Mount Carmel Township High School - Kismet Yearbook (Locust Gap, PA)
- Class of 1937
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1937 volume:
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Assistant Editor . . .
itzcl lay the Staff
. . EUGENE DOYLE
. . . HEI.EN MARCH
Business Manager ...... IOHN MENAPACE
Art Editor ............ WALTER HOMIAK
Sports Editors .... .
.. HELEN KARLOVICH
The Mount Carmel Township High School
Locust Gap, Pennsylvania
In appreciation of her
able and patient efforts in
furthering our education,
and for her friendly cheer
and understanding, We re-
pectfully dedicate the
Miss Anne Skifiington
The members of the Senior Class
under the guidance and with the
assistance of the teachers have com-
piled this - the 1937 Kismet f-1 with
the purpose of perpetuating memories
of some of the activities, scenes, and
associations of their high school days.
MR. P. I. BuRKE Q
Heartiest congratulations to the
graduating class of 1937, Your con-
tributions to Mount Carmel Towne
ship traditions, both academic and
athletic, have been meritorious.
My earnest wish to you is the suc-
cess you so richly deserve.
LEO W. SCHU
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Beckley, Harrisburg: Susquehanna Univ. in Selinsgrove.
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State Teachers Aolleg OOA Eaggeachers College,
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CHURCHILL, HANNAH, A. B. LATIN, FRENCH
Saint Ioseph's, Emmitsburg, Md.: Mount Saint Ioseph's, Chest-
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FICCA, SYLVESTER C., B. 5 ' AN , CIAL STUDIES
State Teachers College, Bloo sb ' New YA niversitvg
Penna. State College: Susq an ersity, linsgrove.
HOGAN, IOHN ' IAL
Beckley, Harrisburg' an U it , Selin rove:
New York University.
KARLOVICH, CHARLES T., B. s. PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH
Albright, Reading, State Teachers College, Stroudsburg:
Saint Bonaventure, Olean, N. Y.
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KLALIS, FRANCIS I., B. s. ART, ENGLISH
State Teachers College, Kutztownp School of Industrial Arts,
Phila.: Penna. State College.
KLEMAN, LOUIS, A. B. LATIN
Mount Saint Mary's, Emmitsburg, Md.: Bucknell University,
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KULICK, CHARLES, A, B. SCIENCE, MATHELIATICS
Pennsylvania State Collegeg Bucknell University, Lewisburg.
LATORRE, H. FRANCIS. B. s. ENGLISH, COMMERCE
State Teachers College, Bloomsburg.
MASCIANTONIO, ALBERT I. COMMERCE
State Teachers College, Bloomsburgg Holy Cross, Worchester,
Mass.g Beckley, Harrisburgg State Teachers College, Strouds-
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SEBASTIAN, IACOB P., B. s. INDUSTRIAL ARTS, SCIENCE
State Teachers College, Millersville: Pennsylvania State Col-
lege: Susquehanna University, Bloomsburg S. T. C.
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IFFINGTON, ANNE SOCIAL SCIENCE
Temple University, Philadelphia: Susquehanna University,
Selinsgrove, Bucknell University, Lewisburg.
SLOTTERBACK, ISOBEL, B, s. ENGLISH
Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove.
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I-IAFFEY, MARY V., R, N. NURSE
Saint Agnes Hospital, Philadelphiag Susquehanna University,
HARVEY, MRS. MARY V. Music TEACHER
State Teachers College, Bloomsburgg Susquehanna Universityg
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HORAN, CLAIRE M. SECRETARY
Pennsylvania Business College, Lancaster: University of Penn-
McANDREW, IOSEPH SECRETARY
Mount Carmel Township graduate, Ten years' office exper-
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GUI' School B0aI'Cl
MR. FRANK BETZ
MR. CONNIE FICCA MR. Louls Pxzzou
MR. GEORGE WARGO MR. WILLIAM HOLLISTER
MR. PETER SCHWEICH MR. MICHAEL MORASKIE
MR. FRANK STROUSS
Superintendent of Schools
MR, P. I. BURKE
President if Vice-President
Patrina - "- ,.::,- Warren
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Secretary ' ' E "ee , ,.,. Tfeasufef
Mary ,,,, l.- -:--: Helen
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MISS H. FRANCES LATORRE MR. SYLVESTER FICCA
MR. FRANCIS KLAUS
Colors: Blue and Gold
When we set Sail as Freshmen
On the Township High School Ark
Our future seemed quite far away
When would we disembark?
Then one step forward we pushed on
To reach the Sophomore class
And little dreamed the years ahead
Would very Swiftly pass.
But when we took the Iunior stand
Qur goal seemed Strangely nearg
So on we worked with steady tread
To gain the Senior year.
And now we stand in reverent awe
Close to our journey's end,
We think of partings soon to come
AS ever, friend with friend.
So wish us luck as we do you
And one sad, fond farewell
We wish you all a heap of luck
Ffer we Say "All is well."
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BERGONIA, CATHERINE L. ACADE
Glee Club l, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: "Growing Painsug
"Charm Schoolng "The Amateur Hour."
"And touched by her fair countenance, gladlier grew
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BERKOSKY, STELLA C.
Glee Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 4: Pres: Amateur Hour.
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. . . Spontaneous enthusiasm"
BORDELL, ANNA T.
Glee Club 1 ,2, 3: Newspaper Club 3: Mathematics Club
4: Treasurer: Amateur Hour.
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BOYLE, HANNAH L. GENERAL
Glee Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3: Cheerleader 4: Press
Club 4: 'Charm School": Amateur Hour: "Hehe in the
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BOYLE, MAE T. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 1: Amateur Hour.
"A bewildered Puck c ught in the metropolitan w 'rl"
BRECKER, ROSE E. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Basketball 1: Dramatics 3, 4: "Huckle-
berry Finnn: "Growing Pains"
"A gracious heart mirrored in questioning brown eyes" 1
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Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatics 3, 4: "Growing Pains" - ' '
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Glee Club l, 2, 35 Commercial Club 33 Dramatic Club 43
Class Secretary 49 'ADacldy Long Legs"
"Peter Pan turned sophisficafeu
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DITCHEY, MARGARET A. 5,0 'X ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2g Newspapegllub 3g Dramatic Club 4:
' "A thoroughbred .... demure charm"
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DOOLEY, CLARE C. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 25 French Club 35 Newspaper Club 4.
"Eyes ashine with dreams .,..., "
ECKER, ANN T. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 23 French Club 3, 4.
"The gentle glow of a loved firesiden
Glee Club l, 25 Commecial Club 35 Literary Club 4, Treas-
, one who holds herself a art, of all she saw"
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EDWARDS, PEARL C. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2: Debating Club 3, V. Pres.: French Club 4:
"Gold that has been tried by fire"
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', EINNIS, IULIA A. COMMERCIAL
1 0' Glee Club l, 2, 3, Commercial Club 3: Literary Club 4,
1 "She moved in the firelight, pensively apart"
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FIAMONCINI, ISOBEL M. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 33 Dramatic Club 4,
Amateur Hourg "Growing Pains"g "Daddy Long Legs"
"Silence more musical than any song"
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FISCHER, RITA E. I 1 ' ' ,QIQERCIAL A'
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Debating 3: Dramatic' 42
"Youth in a scarlet jacket Ioy bubbling over'
GLESSNER, DOROTHY M. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 3: Dramatic Club 45 Bas-
ketball l, 2, "Growing Pains".
"Moods of joy and sadness"
GRAHAM, IANE F. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2, French Club 33 Dramatic Club 49 "Grow-
"Pranks and smiles .... warm-hearted pugnacityn
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HRANICHNEY, PAULINE M, ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 23 French Club 3, 4.
NI-Ier thoughts as still as the waters under a ruined mill"
HINDMARCH, ETHEL S, ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 23 French Club 35 Literary Club 4.
"A full rich nature, face to trust, truthful, and almost sternly just"
HUMPF, RITA M. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 29 Newspaper Club 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4 Captain, Dramatic Club 43 "Growing Pains"
"The feminine version Yf Huck Finn"
KARLOVICH, HELEN D. !
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Business Club 3 ewsp er Club 4
Cheerleader 3, 45 Ir.-Sr. Treasg Spo edito KISMETg
"log rises in her like ers or '
LONGBINE, MARY OLIVE fy. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2, French Club Wes APZ 3, 4.
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MARCH, HELEN A. ACADEMIC
Cvlee Club 1, 2g Debating Club 3: French Club 4, Secref
taryg Associate editor of KISMET.
"A permeating freshness reminiscent of pine forests and leaves
burning at Autumn -
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McANDREW, ANNE M. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club l, 25 Health Club 3, Sec'y.: Dramatics 4, Bask-
etball l, 2: Student Manager Basketball 45 "Daddy Long
'llnconvincing nonchalance . . . defensive cynacismn
McDONNELL, CLAIRE T. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2: French Club 3, 45 Basketball l, 2.
"Iunocsque grooming plus an everyday practicality"
McGRAW, MARY T. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2: Good Manners' Club 3: Literary Club 4.
"The melancholy and laughter of Ireland in her voice and in her
NOLTER, LILLIAN I. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Press Club 35 Literary Club 4, Sec-
retary: Amateur Hour.
"She never is alone that is accompanied by noble thoughts"
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NOVITSKY, IOSEPHINE E. A A' ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 4: Basketball 4: Amateur
"A question on her lips and in her cyes a hurt surprise"
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PAVLOSKI, ANNA M. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club l, 2, 35 French Club 3, Sec'y.: Dramatics 4:
A'Growing Painsug Vice-President class 3.
"Tall candles shadowed twilight knight in shining armor"
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ROSS, FLORENCE C. ACADEMic
Glee Club 1, 2: French 3, 45 Amateur Hour.
"A thrilling voice Copyrighted in Heaven"
SILVANO, VICTORIA M. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 35 Literary Club 4,
Presidentp Amateur Hour.
"lest and youthful lollity, Quips and pranks and wanton wilcsn
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SIVACK, ANNA M. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 3, 4, Secy.
"Eyes and mien of mystic depth . . . locked secrets"
SOSNOSKI, GENEVIEVE M. COMMERCIAL
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurerg Press Club 33 Literary Club
4, Presidentg Class Secretary 1, 25 Amateur Hour.
Faith of an ideal . . , courage to stand alone"
SWINKO, ANNA ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 23 Health Club 33 Dramatic Club 4, Secre-
taryg "Growing Pains."
"Wistfzil expectancy . . . hushed hours"
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SWISHER, BARBARA V. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 25 Art Club 33 Dramatics 45 4'Daddy Long
"A smile moving as a remembered melody, a haunting perform-
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TUDUY, PATRINA ACADEM1c
Cvlee Club l, 2, 33 French Club 3, President: Dramatics 4:
MGrowing Painsng Amateur Hour: "Daddy Long Legsng
Class President 4.
"Rich and rare is the character she wears"
TOLAND, DOROTHEA A. D IC
Glee Club 1, 2, Debating Club 3: Literary Club 4, ecy.
"Her heart was one of those which most enamour us-
receiue and marble to retain"
TOMEDI. MARY A. ACA MIC
Glee Club 1, 23 French Club 3, Treasurerg Dramatic Club
4: "Growing Pains,"
"Her eyes were deeper than the depth of waters stilled at e
Club 43 "Growing Pains."
.l "Deidre with the spirit of a modern Diana"
WELSH, ANNA C. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2: Etiquette Club 3, Presidentg Dramatic
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WOLFGANG, MIRIAM E. ACADENHC
Glee Club l, 23 French Club 35 Literary Club 4,
"High-erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy"
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ALEXANDER, IACK GENERAL
Glee Club 1, 2: President Science Club 33 President Press
Club 47 News Editor Hi-Lights 47 Football l.
"My only books are young girl's looks, and folly's all they've
BORTNICHAK, PETER ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 25 Football Student Manager 3: Treasurer
Biology Club 3g Vice-president Reading Club 4.
"And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow roverf
Glee Club l, 25 Press Club 35 Dramatics 45 'ADaddy Long
Legs"g Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 l'Growing Pains".
"He was a gentleman from sole fo crown, clean favored, and im-
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DiRlENZO, JOSEPH C. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 23 Mathematics 33 Reading 4,
"His lips are very mildg Tho, one should smite him, he will not
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DOYLE, EUGENE T. kg,,,,QjZ ,gy 9 ACADEMIC
Glee Ciub I, 2, Debating Club 3g Press Cll 4, Editor
"A blessed companion is a book-a book that, fitly chosen, is a
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DOYLE, CHESTER B, ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3, 4g Football 3, 4g Gym
Team 2, 3g "Charm Schoolwg "Growing Pains".
"My love is like a red, red rose"
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COLROSS, RALPH F. ACADEMIC
ESHMONT, LEONARD C. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-
captain of teamg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Gym
Team 3, 4, Editor of Sports, "Kismet," Amateur Hour.
"And even children followed with endearing wile, and pluck'd his
gown to share this sportsrnarfs smile"
GAMBLE, THOMAS A. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2 Mathematics Club 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
"His only fault is that he has none" 3
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GRECO, IOSEPI-I F. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 3, Pres. 4, Football 1, 2, 3,
4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 "Charm Schoolng "Growing
Painsng i'Dacldy Long Legs."
"Oh, for the simple life, for tents and starry skies: without those
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HOLDA, iyus L M. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 4: French Club Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Secretary 4.
,fThe vocation of every man and w an is to serve 7le',
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. HOMIAK, WALTER G. ACADEMIC
L Glee Club 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 35 French Club 3, Press Club
4, Editor Township Hi Lights, Scenic Decorator.
"In the vaunted works of Art, the master stroke is Nature's part"
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HULLIHAN, VINCENT ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres.: i'Huckle-
berry Finn", "Growing Pains".
"Each day he writes a new chapter in his alibiographyn
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I KATCI-IICK, STANLEY ACADENHC
Glee Club l, 2, French Club 3, Gym Team 3, 4, Football
l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, Amateur I-Iour 4,
V "jest is the thing I was born to do"
KLINGER, WILLIAM L. ACADENHC
Glee Club l, 2, French Club 3, President 43 Basketball 2,
4: Gym Team: Cheerleader 3.
"Solemn and serene and bright, with the powers of a world of er-
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KWIATKGWSKI, VINCENT ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2, 3, French Club, Gym Team , Secreta yi
Football l, 2, 3, 4.
. "Hear lit m1ga swagger"
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LANCToN,1osEPH C. b i'ACADEM1C :
Glee Club l, 2, Press Club 3, 4, Business Manager, Foot: t I r
ball 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, 4'Growing Painsff' N -' I
"Every man is like the companyxhg is wont to keep"
LANGTON, FRANCIS I, ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Gym
Team 3, Basketball 2, 3, Hhluckleberry Finn", HCharm
School", "Growing Pains", HDacldy Long Legs",
"A youth to whom was given so much of earth, so much of heaven
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LIIASCIANTONIO, PETER G. ' " I CADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2, Science Club 3, President, Business Club
4, President, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team, Basketball,
President Freshman Class, Circulation Manager "Kismet"
"Old friends are best-old friends to trust"
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MCGEE, PAUL P. f. WOJQJV' , jqpmmvtic
Glee Club 1, 2: Pfesident,9rQClub 3: Dramaticsi"fBasket- , -D
ball 1, 2, 3,145 C 'grleader 3, 4: Amateugjitifrg "Growing!f.f!
Pains" 4Dad ng Legs' JJ I '
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MENAPACE, IOI-IN G. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: French Club 3, President: French Club
Treasurer 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: co-captain: Basketball 43
Gym Team: Amateur Hour: Class President 3: Business
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MURRAY, IAMES I. , ' "V N ' fr, ' GENERAL
Glee Club 1, 25 French Club 3, Tr2as.g Dramatics Treas.
43 Cheerleader 45 Amateur Hour 45- "Growing Pains"g
"Daddy Long Legs". I A
" 'Good' meaning good to man, his neighborfanddlli :YQ-Blur
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Glee Club 1, 25 French Club 3: Press Club 4: Orchestra 2:
Football 1, 2, 39 Student Manager Basketball 35 Amateur
Hourg Gym Teamg Cheerleaderg Vice-President Senior r
"Cheerful at morn, he wakes from short repose, breasts the keen
air and carols as he goes"
RLIFFING, WILLIAM I. 4.3-,xDEM1c
Glee Club 1, 23 French 3: Dramatics 4: Basketball Mana-
ger 4g Gym Team: Football 2g "Growing Pains", "Daddy
"Born with success he seemed with grace to win with heart to
SI-IAFCHIK, PETER W. GENERAL
Glee Club 1, 2: Press Club 3: Mathematics Club 4: Scenic
"No man can feel himself alone between the best friends ever
known '- his two good, honest hands"
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SEBASTIAN, BERNARD M. ACADEMIC
Glee Club 1, 2: Orchestra lg Debating Club 3, Treasurerg
Debating Club 4.
"And puts himself up on his Good Bel1auioz1r?" "
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SEBASTIAN, IOSEPH F. GENERAL
Glee Club l, 23 Press Club 3, Press Club 4, Assistant Ecli-
torg Football 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, "Growing Pains".
"A young man with a great deal of will power, but infinitely more
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WYDRA, ROBERT I. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 25 Debating Club 3: Dramatics 4g Footabll
2, 33 Advertising Manager: Scenic Decorator, Assistant
Art Editor "Kismet".
"But he has shown good sportsmanship and that is Life? great
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YENTSCH, HAROLD F. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2, Mathematics Club 3, 4, President: Bask-
etball 2, 3, 45 HGrowing Pains".
"And 'tis a kind of good deed to say well"
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YOB, LEONARD V. ACADEMIC
Glee Club l, 2, Science 3, Gym Team 3, 4,
"Young fellows will be young fellows"
ZALESKI, IOHN M. GENERAL
Glee Club l, 23 Debating Team 3, Dramatics 4: Football
"Twas good advice. and meant, my son, 'Be Good' "
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The 1937 Senior Class attained an auspicious beginning when its mem-
bers entered high school in September of 1933, for it was the largest Freshman
body to pass through these "portals of learning". Drawn from several com-
munities we did not long remain strangers, but the individual personalities and
traits were soon known to others, As most Freshmen we failed to realize our
positions, and few in comparison with the upperclassmen, engaged in extra-
Although our class membership decreased in the Sophomore year, all
pupils took a greater interest in the school, its spirit and activities. As Fresh-
men, many of us engaged in athletics, but we now assumed an increased im-
portance in sports: several starred on the gridiron and on the court.
ln our third year we matured in our viewpoints. Seriousness in individual
attitudes now became evident, for this year brought a realization of the fleeing
time. The Iunior-Senior Promenade held by the Iuniors in honor of the grad-
uating class probably helped to bring out this viewpoint. lt was during this
term that clubs were instituted as extra-curricular activities and each pupil was
compelled to select one from a group of fifteen.
As Seniors we are the Elite of the school. Thoughts of graduation and of
future courses fill our minds, ln size, this group, numbering 71, is the largest
graduating class in the history of the school.
With happy memories the Seniors leave the Mount Carmel Township High
School striving for success and the attainment of our respective ambitions.
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THoMAs DoYLE ANTHONY MALINOSKI
To the memory of two
fellow students whose
untimely death saddens
the hearts of all who
knew them, we respect-
fully dedicate this
page of the Kismet.
SPONSOR! MR. FRANCIS KLAUS
President ...... ..., R obert Kulick
Vice-President . . . ,...,.,,... Carl Pluta
Secretary .,.,. A, Theresa Covaleski
Treasurer . . . ..,, Leonard Shepulski
The main objectives of the Art Club are to provide opportunity for in-
terested or talented students, to secure some practical knowledge of Art as
applied through the media ol dramatizations and exhibits, to develop a measure
of appreciation of the Fine and Applied Arts through actual experiences in
handling various media and studying techniques.
A reading of the lives of famous old masters, the school's first UAmateur
Hour", and a dramatization of an incident in the life of William Hogarth. a
famous painter of old England, were presented by the club in chapel programs.
Members of the club also assisted in making scenery for plays produced by the
Dramatic Club. Miniature houses, made to scale, are under construction to
eventually develop into a model village.
Virginia Worhack Earl Wardrop
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SPONSOR! MR. ALBERT MASCIANTONIO
President . . .... Peter Masciantonio
Secretary , , .... Stella Pachusky
Treasurer , . . . . . Florence Fanella
Historian ...,. .,,. .... .,.... . , B ertha Gragilla
One of the objectives of our Business Club is the improvement of facilities
for quick trading and especially to impress prospective business people with the
importance of business ethics. Since competition has reached a high level in
the World, it is to our credit if development and use of tact, common sense, re-
liability and good judgment are stressed. -
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Masciantonio the Business Club elected offi-
cers, drew up a constitution, bought a Monopoly Game, and presented two one-
act plays in Chapel.
M E M B E R S
Mary Doyle Agnes C. Fallat
Eleanor Nuss Helen Stuchlak
Le Cercle Francais
SPONSOR: Miss I-IANNAH CHURCHILL
President ...... ,, William Klinger
Vice-President . . . . . . Russell Holda
Secretary .,,. ..... H elen March
Treasurer . ,.,, Walter Matsko
The purpose of Le Cercle Francais: to promote a greater interest in the
study of the French language by means of activities which portray the customs
and other interesting glimpses into the life of the French people.
The President opened the meeting with the flag salute which we recited in
French and the Secretary read the minutes in French. Ieux de Deviner, Mots
Croises, Chardes furnished entertainment each week, thus furthering the inter-
est. Songs such as "Sur le Pont d'Avagnon", "Au Clair de la Lune" and the
"Marseillaise" were sung.
We corresponded with boys and girls in France and in French speaking
nations. This enabled us to "compare notes",
ln addition to these activities we held two roller skating parties, a spaghet-
ti supper, and two theater parties.
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SPONSOR! Miss ANNE SKIFFINGTON
Membership in this club is composed of about an equal number of Iuniors,
Sophomores, and Freshmen, They are all boys except one lone young body,
who is Miss Anne Melnyk, but we are glad to have her for she makes a very
Main objective is the acquisition of knowledge of current topics, evaluation
of this material, and reaching conclusions after careful study as to which are
worthwhile to be retained.
Regular meetings are held on Monday and Thursday of each week, Ac-
tivities have been individual presentations of news, club discussions in general,
and contest discussions in which the club is divided into two sides, pro and con.
Among the questions taken up in the last named activity were: "Coal Bootleg-
ging", "Baseball vs. Football", and A'Mystery vs. Western Movie." These
group contests proved highly interesting.
Two one-act plays were presented in the auditorium to the student body
and faculty during the term.
SPONSOR: MR. CHARLES KARLOVICH
President . . , . ,
Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . . . , ...,.. ..... , . Mae Weldon
The Dancing Club, under the guidance of Mr. Karlovich had quite a suc
cessful year. The members worked on, and mastered the designated Tap No
velty, Athletic and Social dance steps. The programs proved to be highly en
tertaining both in the Chapel exercises and the Gymnasium Exhibition We
know the work has been beneficial for the recreation as well as the artistic ex
pression afforded the members.
SPoNsoR: MR. Louis KLEMAN
President ,,.... ..,, I ames Humpf
Vice-President , . . . Muriel VValters
Secretary , , , . , , Stella O'Neill
Treasurer . .,.. Theresa Shuda
The main objective of the Debating Club is the mental advancement of its
members, especially in debating, The most significant goal is the development
of quickness of thought and ability to meet people on their own grounds and
conduct a successful encounter on the battlefield of ideas.
The Club successfully presented two debates this year. The first was
"Adoption of the Catsworth Thirteen-Month Calendar" and the second one
was the "Limitation of the Powers of The Supreme Court".
Bernard Sebastain Mary Pegoretti Evelyn Wagner
Robert Hollister Florence Osman Arline Kerstetter
Stella Kogut Agnes Mazerkevich Ioseph Chadwick
Etiquette and Good Manners
SPONSOR: Miss H. FRANCES LATORRE
President , . . Pearl Worhach
Chairman . . . ...,, William Shuda
Secretary . . . . . , Genevieve Stutzman
Treasurer . , . Thomas Kellagher
The main purpose of the Etiquette and Good Manners Club is to acquaint
the incoming high school pupils with the social trends of conduct and behavior.
lts objective is to condition its members as young ladies and gentlemen.
Under the two-semester program we learn how to set a table, how to con-
verse With a newcomer. how to introduce and how to acknowledge these intro-
ductions, and above all, we learn the importance of respect for our elders.
Edward Pogozelski Stella Finnis
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SPONSOR: MR. IOHN BURKE
President . . . . Richard Scicchitano
Vice-President , , . . . ..., Iohn Pieri
Secretary . . . . . , Kenneth Trefsgar
Treasurer , , . . Stephen Migosh
Chairman . .. Paul M. Baksi
The purpose of the Foreign News Club is to provide news articles for our
educational advancement and to present programs for the benefit of our high
Each Monday the class oflicers took charge of the meeting. Topics of inter-
est dealing with the happenings abroad were "placed on the table" and discuss-
ed. On Thursdays Mr. Burke, our sponsor, spoke to us of his travels in various
places, and their possible connections with the customs and lives of the European
ancestors from whom they were likely inherited.
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SPONSOR: MR. CHARLES KARLOVICH
Secretary-Treasurer . .
. . , Charles Curly
., , Oscar Francis
r . Stanley Katchick
The Gym Team under the supervision of Mr. Karlovich successfully com-
pleted its first year's Work at tumbling, marching, pyramid building, and wand
and lndian Club drill.
Inviting the teachers, alumni, parents, pupils, friends and relatives to the
Gym Exhibition held May 6, 7. 8, we successfully performed the designated
tricks and stunts.
February 8, in cooperation with the Dancing Club, We held a Box Social in
the Moose Hall in Mount Carmel.
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SPONSOR: Miss ISOBEL SLOTTERBACH
One of the objectives of the Literary Club is to encourage its members to
read worthwhile books. To accomplish this end, each member purchased a
novel by a well-known author, These books are exchanged each week'-at the
end of the school year every member will have read twenty-two books.
As a group activity we read "Romeo and Iulietn, discussing various char-
acters and scenes.
The social activities of the club consisted of a dance which we sponsored
the afternoon before Thanksgiving and two theatre parties-the movies, A'Mary
Queen of Scotts" and "Romeo and Iuliet".
Oflicers of the club are elected each month in order to give each member an
opportunity to learn, by actual experience, how to conduct a meeting and prepare
the minutes of the meeting.
The Club presented a copy of BroWn's HPunch's Progress" to the library.
M E M B E R S
Ioseph De Rienzo
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Miss CATHERINE C. CANNON - MR. SYLVESTER FICCA
Secretary . .
Treasurer . . .
Activities and members
"Why the Chimes Rang
A'Growing Pains" . . . .
A'Dacldy Long Legs" . A
Two skating parties f- I
. . . . joseph Greco
, , . . . . Agatha Ficca
of the Mimic Dramatic Club are as follows:
AUTHOR NUMBER OF
. . . . Elizabeth McFadden , , , . . , One-act
Aurania Rouvera ..... . , . Three-act
lean Webster .. .... Four-act
ce and roller skating,
D ' ,Club
The Mimic Dramatic Club was organized in September of 1934 under
sponsorship of Miss C. C. Cannon. Iuniors and Seniors only were permitted to
join. The purpose of the club is to promote interest and activity in dramatic
During the regular club meetings, the members presented a number of one-
act plays, monologues, and skits. These activities helped to establish confid-
ence, exhibited a varied display of abilities, and gave each one an opportunity to
be selected for a part in three-act plays which were presented in public,
Geor e Mclnt re ,. .
Mrs. Mclntyre .,
Prudence Darling .
Clair . . , . . .
Miriam . ,
Dutch , , ,
Sadie Kate ..
Loretta ,, ..
Mrs. Lipper .
Freddie ,,.,. .
Iudy . .
Cyrus Wykoff ,
Abner Parsons . ,
Sally .... , .
Iulia .... ,
The Cast of i'Growing Pains"
, Vincent Hullihan
.. Rita Humpf
, . . . . Ioseph Greco
. , . . Rose Breaker
, . . , , Mae Cahoon
. . . . Anna Welsh
. . . Mary Tomedi
,. . Paul McGee
Hal .......,.. ,. Ralph Colross
Omar , , , . .,.. Iames Murray
Pete ....,. , . . , , Francis Langton
Brian ...,,,..,, ,..... C hester Doyle
Mrs. Patterson . ,. .,.. Margaret Ditchey
Elsie Patterson A . . , . ..... lane Graham
Vivian . . .,,. , , ,,... Anna Swinko
Ofhcer, .. ..
Ioseph Langton, Patrina Tudy, Anna Pav-
loski, Isoble Fiamoncini,
The Cast of "Daddy Long Legs"
, , . . Mary Carr
. . . Marie Martini
.. . Mary Cannon
. . . , Ioseph Boyle
,. Mary Coval
. Barbara Swisher
. . Ioseph Greco
. Francis Langton
. . William Ruffing
Mrs. Pendleton . . . , , Patrina Tudy
limmie McBride . . . . , . Paul McGee
Mrs. Semple .. .... Margaret Cohoon
Carrie .. .....,,.,, Isobel Fiamoncini
Griggs ...,. ..... ....,,.. R a lph Colross
Walters ., . ,. Iames Murray
Trustees of The Iohn Grier HomeEMar-
garet Kelser, Christine Gamble, Vincent Hul-
Orphans K Mary Eileen O'Brien. Mary
Lou Moraskie, Eileen Weldon, Ruth Brecker,
lames Doyle, Iimmy McGee, Iackie McGee,
Michael Moraskie Ir.
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SPONSOR: MR. IAMES DEANE
President .,..,. ,, Sadie Boylan
Vice-President , Berenice Carr
Secretary ,,.. ., Helen Cannon
Treasurer . . .,,.. ,.... . . . , .... , . ,,,, Anna Bordell
The chief purpose of this club is to stimulate a deep interest in mathematics
and a sincere curiosity to acquire the numerous applications of this subject. Su-
bordinate to this is the purpose to develop in the members a social spirit - a
spirit of responsibility and burden-sharing.
The former purpose has been achieved to a certain extent by studying and
striving to become acquainted with the lives of the men who developed our great
science, and also by bringing ourselves to realize how dependent the other
sciences and even our very civilization are on mathematics.
The social purpose has been partly realized by striving to conduct our meet-
ings, and election of officers according to Parliamentary procedure.
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SPoNsoR: Miss LILLIAN HONICKER
The Mount Carmel Township High School Orchestra under the supervision
of Miss Lillian Honicker originated in 1934, lt had a membership of eighteen,
consisting of 6 violins, 3 saxophones, 3 accordions, 3 slide trombones, a guitar,
a piano and a drum.
In May of 1935 the Orchestra presented a concert that was given for the
benefit of the public. Among the arias played "Navy Blue and Gold", "Isle of
Capri", "Triumph of Peace", "Stars and Stripes Forever", and "Princess to the
Sun" were more laudable because of the difficulty of composition,
The Orchestra furnished the music for all high school plays and our crown-
ing joy every term is our accompaniment to Senior Commencement Exercises.
As time passed our membership dwindled until in 1936 we had an enroll-
ment of twelve:
Piano . ....... Mae Boyle, Olga Shuptar
Accordion . . William Costa, Iohn Malinoski
First Violin . . . ...,..... Ioseph Boyle, Leon Higgins
Second Violin Rose DuLisse, Dora Allen, Ollie Longbine
Drums . , ., .. Robert Duppy, Iohn Halkovich
Miss ELLA BEIERSCHMITT -- MR. JOHN HOGAN
The main objective of the School Paper Club is to acquaint pupils of the
high school with the activities, features, progress and development of the school.
This year the Club published four issues of the Township "Hi-Lights".
Three of these were mirneographedp the other was job-printed outside. The
papers were placed on sale and anyone who wished had the benefit of the write-
ups for five cents. The money received from the sale of the Township "Hi
Lights" was used to buy materials for its publication,
Write-ups were contributed by members of the student body. Corrections
and last 'Alook overs" were carefully made by the editor and his assistant, Ar-
tistic ability was outstanding especially in the Easter edition. Cover designs
were original drawings by Walter Homiak.
President ...........,, . . , Iack Alexander
Vice-President . . .,.... Donald Betz
Secretary ,..,.. ..... M argaret Noble
Treasurer ....... .,.. L eonard DiConcini
Editor-in-chief ,........ ............,.,,...,...... W alter Homiak
Associate Editor ...,...,.. ,.,.....,.,.....,.....,.,..... I oe Sebastian
Business Managers ,........,..,..,.,......, .... I oe Langton, Iohn Suskie
Circulation and Distribution ...... Martha Wells, Ossie Schreffler, Iohn Swinko
Assistants ......... ...... , .. Donald Betz Rita Tanney Edward Langton
Sports ...,.. ,. . Margaret Noble, Iohn Steinhart, Clair Francis
Humor . , . ,...,,.,, Leonard DiConcini, Ivor Klingerman
Alumni .,...,. .. ..........., Eugene Costa, Warren Reedinger
Dramatics .,,.. .... ,.....,.,......,.,,......, L e onard Bergonia
News Editor . .. .....,,.......,...,....,.,...,.. . . lack Alexander
Typists ........ Helen D. Karlovich, Claire Dooley, Hannah Boyle
Staff Manager ........ ...,.........,....,....,. E ugene Doyle
SPONSOR! MR. CHARLES KLILICK
President ....,.. . , Iohn Shafran
Vice-President . , . . . . Michael Matsko
Secretary , , . , George Sarisky
Purpose: To interpret current scientific phenomena in terms of simple prin-
ciples of science, to illustrate common uses and applications of scientific princi-
ples in everyday life.
The basis of modern science is experiment together with thorough analysis
of related facts, and it has been our geniune boast that the experiments conduct-
ed during the club periods were successful. In addition the study of the lives
of great chemists, geologists, and other scientists, proved more than beneficial.
These studies inspired us to try to gain what Pasteur, Crookes, or Darwin at-
tained-aa fuller and richer meaning of life.
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SPONSOR: Miss CATHERINE BRESLIN
President ..... . ,...,.. Betty Tomtishen
Vice-President , . . . . Virginia Hindmarch
Secretary ..... ....,, R uth Kellagher
Treasurer . Dorothy Hinks
The Sewing Club consisted of twenty-four girls interested in sewing and
The sewing done in the home today centers in darning, remodeling, and
making simple garments, so we developed skill in hemming, piping, binding, and
stitching. We learned various types of needlework-embroidery, patching,
darning-which will be useful to us in later life.
For chapel exercises we presented two comedies.
1936 SQUAD AND VARs1TY
Mount Carmel ,... . , 6 ...., ..
Coal Township . , , ..., 12 . , .
Frackville , . , , . 7 , , .
Danville ... ....31 .
Kulprnont ..,, . . . 14 . . .
Luzerne . , .... 15 . . .
Ashland .. 6
Selinsgrove , . .,.. 24 . .
Freeland , . , ..,, 20 , .
Girarclville . . . .,,. 12 . . .
The Golden Bears under the tutorship of Coach Al Masciantonio finished
the most successful season of football in the history of the school. Determina-
tion, grit and cooperation were the outstanding qualities shown by the Bruins.
The Mount Carmel Township Bruins made their Eastern Conference de-
but a success by sidetracking their traditional rivals, Mount Carmel. The team
outplayed its opponents by a wide margin according to statistics of the game.
The Bears racked up 15 first-downs to 10. Trailing from the opening quarter,
when Captain Leonard Eshmont plunged over the -goal line to climax a sus-
tained drive of 65 yards, Mount Carmel found it impossible to combat its op-
ponents on even terms and finally suffered defeat at the hands of a superior
team. The game ended 6-0 and was played before 5,000 fans. The team took
- or a
strong Frackville Eleven. The game played in Frackville's new 550,000 stadium
was witnessed by a crowd of 6,000 fans and again Mount Carmel Township
After this hard-fought victory Mount Carmel Township found itself for
the first time in history in first place in the Eastern Conference League. Next,
the Bears journeyed to Danville where Co-Captain Eshmont thrilled the crowds
by making five touchdowns, one being on a 90-yard runback of the opening
kickoff. The final score was 31-15. The schedule seemed to get tougher as we
went along, for we met our other traditional rival, Kulpmont, and battled to a
14-0 victory. ln this game our little center, 'AStan" Katchick broke up play after
The boys sported new togs for our next game. Luzerne came down to
furnish a tough battle but Township again came out on top, 15-0. Mike Mat-
sko, a sophomore guard, played a "Bang-up" game and was in the Luzerne
backfield more than their own backfield men.
The only defeat our team suffered was at the expense of a strong Ashland
team. Disappointed but not dismayed by this loss the Bears began the home
stretch with Selinsgrove, Freeland and Girardville. Winning these three games
we found ourselves when the season ended among the first ten in the final East-
ern Conference standing.
Co-Captain Eshmont, the "Green Ghost" of the gridiron, will be lost by
graduationg also will Co-Captain Menapace, who was an aggressive lineman:
joe Greco and "Mighty Mite": Walter l-lomiak and Ralph Colross, giant tack-
lersg Peter Masciantonio, heady signal barker and Vincent Kwiatkowski, a re-
Our next year's team will be centered around our two remaining Lettermen,
Thomas Washko and Michael Matsko who played so well in the best season
ever witnessed by the school.
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Captains, Trainers, Coach and Cheerleaders
Frackville A A A A A A A
Old Forge ......,.
Mount Carmel ....
Alumni A A A A A
Shamokin A ..,. A
Frackville A A A A A A A
Kulpmont AA AA
Mount Carmel A AA
Danville AA A A . . .
Coal Township A A A
Kulpmont A A A A .
Old Forge ..,.,
Coal Township A A
BOYS' BASKETBALL GIRLS' BASKETBALL
TWP, opp. TWP. opp.
27 29 19 18
A A A A 40 10 Frackville .,.. 18 27
A A 29 32 Girardville A A A 21 21
. A A 63 29 Frackville .A..,. 22 22
A A 41 26 Ashland ....,.... 22 13
A A 45 16 Mount Carmel .... 16 13
. A A 64 22 Mount Carmel A 42 7
A A A 42 24 Girardville A A 11 30
A A 25 30 Natalie A A A A 50 20
A A A 38 40 Natalie A A A 32 6
' ' ' TOTAL ...A 253 177
A A A 35 18
A A A 34 60
A A 27 29
A A A 42 21 Ashland AAAA 42 13
A A 23 36 Shamokin A A A 40 35
Beginning the '36 season with a veteran team the Mount Carmel Township basketball
team played an independent schedule that kept the ball rolling. ln eighty-one days we met
twenty opponents and totaled up a score of 685 against 508.
While high scores were run up against Mount Carmel, Danville and Mahanoy Township it
was noted that no opponent victory was a one-sided affair. Exciting games with Coal Town-
ship and Shamokin were closely fought, and a victory and a loss marked the two encounters
with Kulpmont, our traditional rival.
In the opening contest the Golden Bears dropped the first inter-scholastic game to a
veteran Frackville squad of lanky lads. Against the Mahanoy Township team our players
gathered more field goals than the opposition but our players failed to take advantage of them.
Motoring to Old Forge on Friday of December l8, we were set for a tough game and we
were not disappointed. Although Ioe Langton proved to be the chief point-getter, the entire
squad played heady ball and showed splendid cooperation.
Starting with the Mount Carmel dribblers just before Christmas, the Township basket-
teers opened up a winning streak that was broken only by Shamokin and Frackville. The
trays with Coal Township in February were excellent displays of power, speed and accuracy
but the scores piled up against us.
Snapping this four-game losing streak, the Bruin dribblers crushed a good Shamokin team
and scalped the Ashland crew in the last fray at home.
The termination of the 1936-1937 basketball season brought to a close the high school
sport's careers of Leonard Eshmont, Toe Greco, Ioe Sebastian, Toe Langton, Harold Yentsch
and Paul McGee. Ioe Biros as next year's captain, Paul B iksi and Walter Matsko remain as
a basis for Coach KarloVich's team.
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This year's Basketeers, coached by Miss Claire Horan, were very successful in their en-
deavors on the court. The Mount Carmel Township High girls played eight games during
this 1936-1937 campaign, and six of these skirmishes were scheduled with Frackville, Girard-
ville and Ashland. A set of two games with the Mount Carmel High girls completed the
The varsity, with Rita I-lumpf as captain, had a wealth of talent in Mary McGraw, Rita
Cannon, Agatha Ficca, Mary Palembas, Mary Cannon, Regina Moleski, Rose Manley and
Dolores Pinamonti were indispensible aides.
The Township girls went down to defeat in the opening game of the season with the
Frackville lassies and our home game with Girardville ended in a tie. This game was the
most exciting, holding the fans' attention until the Final seconds of play. As scheduled, we
tangled with the Ashland team on Ashland's home Hoor and much to our credit, it was Town-
ship all the way'-ethe Bruin lassies experiencing little difficulty in winning the game. After
this victory the Frackville girls invaded our court only to deadlock the second battle of the
In the second game with Mount Carmel we were victorious only after a closely fought
game. Playing a return engagement on the Township court our lassies repeated the victory,
out in the front at the outset we widened the margin as the game progressed.
Cn February 24, we played Girardville's Ginger Girls on their own court, but despite
the fact that our young ladies took off to an excellent start we lost out in the final half of
the game. Our final game scheduled for the China Bowl with Ashland was canceled.
March ll, at a meeting of the future makers of girls' basketball history, Agatha Ficca was
unanimously elected as Captain of the 193711938 team.
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September 1 1- Back to school'
September 17 - Clubs organized
September 18 - First football game: defeated Mt. Carmel 6-0.
September 25 - Victors at Coal Township 12-7.
October 2 '- Defeated Frackville 7-0.
October 9 - Eshmont Hgoes to town" at Danville 31-15.
October 15 f- Selection of graduation rings. Beat Klupmont 111-0.
October 16 - High School strike to celebrate Kulpmont victory.
October 23 - Election of Senior class officers.
October 29 - Luzerne licked by the Township 15-0.
October 30 - First edition Twp. 'Al-li Lights". Halloween Dance.
November 6 - Decided tea rose for class flower. Pep meeting Atlas
November 7 -- Ashland tops the Township 26-6.
November 10 - Dramatic Club held first skating party.
November 14 - Township beat Selinsgrove 241-6.
November 16 -4 French Club skating party.
November 21 - 'Nother victory' at Freeland.
November 24 - Dramatic Club presented Amateur Hour.
November 25 - Harvest Dance tafternoonl by Literary Club.
November 26 - Last game at Girardvilleg 12-6 in our favor.
December 2 - Senior class colors: Gold and Blue.
December 11 - Opened basketball season with Frackville.
December 23 f- A'Why the Chimes Rang" Dramatic program in Chapel
Christmas vacation began.
December 30 '- Annual Alumni Dance.
Ianuary 11 -1 Holidays over. School in session.
- Claire Horan's Basketeers open season.
- Senior's skating party for year book fund.
- Township card party, benefit crippled children.
Ianuary 18-19-20 - Examinations
February 3 - French Club Skating party.
February 9 -d Pre-Lenten dance.
February 10 - Afternoon Concert by WPA Orchestra.
February 12 - Etiquette and Good Manners Club presented Fashion Show
February 17 - Iunior skating party benefit Prom fund.
February 18 -f "Growing Pains" by Dramatic Club.
March 2 f- Last basketball game versus Shamokin.
March 13 - Township defeated Dickson City at Bloomsburg College
March 20 - Township played Freeland at Bloomsburg College.
March 211 -1 Spring vacation began.
March 30 f- The return to the grind.
April 8 -1
'ADaddy Long Legs" by Dramatic Club.
May 5-6 f- Gym Exhibit. '
May 12 - Iunior-Senior Promenade.
May 20-21 - Senior Exams
May 26-27 -1 Underclassmen worry-exams.
May 28 f-H Class Day.
Iune 1 - Senior Operetta.
Iune 2 - Commencement Day.
Iune 3 A A'Moving Up" day-what a day!
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urvey of Alumni
Mr. Ficca's Guidance classes just finished a survey of our alumni of the
past five years. Questionaires, which were made by the Seniors, were sent
out to 233 former graduates. All but 3 were heard from. The compiled results
of the survey are very interesting.
college from the upper third of the classes,
21 from the middle third and only 12 from the lower third. The survey also
shows us that the class of '34 has the most going to college while the class of
'35 has the most working. Other results were as follows:
'36 '35 '34 '33 '32 T.
Number of students graduated ,.., . , . 44 51 54 45 39 233
Number heard from ....................... 44 51 52 44 39 230
Number in college from upper third of class , . 4 3 8 9 6 30
Number in college from middle third , . . .... 3 6 5 4 3 21
Number in college from lower third 0 4 5 1 2 12
Number left college before graduation .,,..... 0 0 0 0 3 3
Working now ......... ......,.,. . . . 17 27 21 21 23 109
General Course . , . 7 6 12 6 7 38
Commercial Course , . . 17 14 7 6 7 51
Academic Course . . . 15 27 20 22 7 91
Married . . . . , . 0 2 4 6 8 20
Soplmom ore History
In September of 1935 a group of 127 Freshmen began the struggle of find-
ing a way around the halls and rooms of Township High. For the first few
weeks a spirit of shyness and timidity prevailed, especially when we were in the
presence of upperclassmen, but when we became better acquainted with the
schedule and the teachers we were too busy to develop anything but Hgray
Before we knew it, we were preparing for our Hallowe'en party. The gym
was decorated with corn stalks, skeletons and pumpkins: we bought ice cream,
pretzels, peanuts, and sodas but saddest of sad, it was a flop-fa very complete
flop. But we found consolation in the fact that Freshman parties usually aren't
As Sophomores the class was divided into four homogeneous groups and as
a result almost automatically there were factions. The class intelligently elected
lean Penman as president. Donald Betz as secretary and Robert Duppy as
treasurer efficiently performed their duties. while the home room teachers
were our sponsors,
Des ite the fact that the So homores did not lan an social activit as a
P P P Y Y
group, the upperclassmen furnished entertainments galore and no gathering was
complete without us.
We were very proud of our representatives on the football squad. Nothing
will ever surprise the thrill of our having two indispensible Lettermen, Tim
Washko and Michael Matsko, show their colors for our Alma Mater, and
'LOssie" Schreffler, lack Sebastian, Robert Hollister, Fred Reilly, Len DeCon-
cini. Len Guarna promised to provide thrills for the 1937-1938 season. Iohn
Shafran, William Boyle, Robert O'Brien, Robert Duppy, Ed Langton, showed
excellent teamwork on the basketball floor, and by all indications we sported a
group of future champions,
pc as so
ef? Am I
Iust where am I? Am I preparing to some day do something worth while?
I don't know. But if I ever should do anything of the sort I shall not befre-f4g4u,,ue,,
sponsible for it! The cred' ' tvnryieacnersfmy parents and Dame
To my teachers goes greatly deserved credit for their guidance and instruc-
tion in the past ten years. Without their patience, their conscientiousness, and
the knowlege imparted to me by them, my hopes of a career would be futile.
My parents merit all I can do for them in future years for the entirely sat-
isfactory manner in which they have reared and educated me. Their wisdom
and understanding have helped me to no end.
It is through fortune that I have been lucky enough to be able to attend
the school I do, where I have had many and look forward to more pleasant ex-
periences. This school is giving me my opportunities for development of art and
dramatic expression together with a knowledge of the classics, sciences and
It is my great fortune that I have these teachers, parents, my home, and my
health, and that in my studies no ill luck has so far crossed my path.
And so all these have worked toward the happiness which I shall feel when
I have been graduated. Another important part of their work will have been
finished and I trust the result will be satisfactory to them.
On September 1, 1936, one hundred and seventeen frightened but well
meaning Freshmen arrived on Township High School grounds. We discovered
several of our classmates missing but came upon new faces to take their places.
When we first embarked upon that great lake of our high school life we felt
strange, for we had sailed only on the sheltered river waters of grammar school.
Yet our confidence was unshaken. The first few weeks of sailing on waters
with such a boundless horizon opened our eyes to many things and revealed to
us a cargo of wealth to be had at will.
In any social activitiy, the Freshmen were always well represented. Every
athletic team and every club had its Freshman members who were intensely in-
terested and willing to work,
Now at the end of the year we feel that this is our home and that we really
belong here. We're hoping that we shall be able to return the next term to
the school which we have learned to love and to the friends we have made.
President ...... . . . . Cecelia Hall
Vice-President . . . .... Celeste Chini
Secretary ..... . . . Iohn Horoschak
Treasurer . . . .... Gene Sebastian
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The day of the strike?
"Stand by for announcement, please?"
The fire drills in zero weather
The day Miss Cannon caught us with the chewing-gum?
The day we got down to "Bunyan" in English Literature?
The regular tests in Guidance?
Our ballads on the Ashland-Twp. Football game?
The horrors of Commercial Law Class?
Our Senior Declamations?
The day we ate the dried beef in Miss Breslin's room?
Our new workbooks in French?
The success of our football and basketball teams during 1936-1937.
The test tubes We broke in Chemistry classes?
"Peanut day" in sewing class?
The day we picked our class
Our special topics in history?
The pep meetings in the gym?
The horse in gym?
The soap Carvings in art class?
The day we left English to take Business English?
The day We Went on strike for a holiday on winning Kulpmont
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i'Qne, Two, Button Your Shoe" f- ln confusion before and after gym classes
HI Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze" f- Down in the gym.
i'You Turned the Tables on Me" F- In manual training class.
"ln a Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown" -1 At the Iunior-Senior Prom.
"Happy Days Are Here Again" - At vacation time.
'ils That the Human Thing to Do" - When you're kicked out of study hall.
HGoody, Goody" - When we get a study period in class.
HThanks a Million" - To the faculty.
UIt's Easy to Remember" -f School days.
"Boo Hoo" - Commencement night.
"School Days" - The Seniors.
Lost" f- Without a pony in the final exams.
Drifting and Dreaming" -- ln study hall.
If We Never Meet Again" f- Remember the faculty.
I Can't Escape From You" - History and English.
'ASO Do I" -1 Love Guidance.
Two Cigarettes in the Dark" -4 The men teachers.
lust an Echo" - Mr. Schu at the other end of the dictaphone.
"I Can't Lose That Longing For You" - Dedicated by Seniors to the diplomas
"Marching Along Together" - In gym classes.
"Why Must I Be Torrnentedn f-f With Commercial Law.
HYour Time ls My Time" f- ln Business English Class.
"Alexander's Ragtime Band" - At orchestra practice.
"Take a Number From One to Ten" f- ln Bookkeeping class.
'iAbout a Quarter to Nine" -1 In assembly for roll call.
"I Got Trouble, Double Trouble" f- Giving Senior declamation.
iiOver Somebody Else's Shoulder" - Taking a test.
i'Come Get Together" - The Seniors
i'It's lust Like Looking for a Raindrop in the Ocean" -1 Club dues.
Ml Never had a Chance" - French class.
HYou're Everything Sweet" - Senior candy Shoppe.
Nl Love the Rhythm of the Raindropsn - Typing class.
i'0ld Faithful" - Senior Commercial students and Mr. Hogan.
HGood News" -- Township Highlights.
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HBe specific!" '
"Three in a row! and a row apart!"
"Get your books and scram!"
"Alright that'll do!"
"Alright, alright now!"
'Al won't start class 'till you get rid of the gum!"
"You'd look nicer without that!"
"Keep quiet back there!"
"This is no beauty parlor!"
"This is no sewing circle!"
"Where's your paddle!"'
"lf you're not in step, skip a step, get in step and stay
HStraighten your line!"
"You ovah Theah!"
"Where do you belong!"
HWho moves those chairs!"
'Stand by for announcements"
"Sit down, sit down"
"I stand up here and talk to myself 'till l'm blue in
"Now that's no excuse"
"Now, class, do you see my point?"
Ulf you have to make mistakes, make intelligent ones"
"No. 23, observing"
"Can you imagine?"
"That's the trouble with you people"
HNow listen, you people"
'ANow isn't that too bad-Poor Little Thingsu!
HThat'll be enough of that"
"Cut it out down there"
"Do you want to go up to Mr. Burke. Do ya? do ya?"
"Sit down. You don't know what you're talking
'AAlright down there"
"Break it up"
l'Why don't you grow up"
"B-L-A-N-K Sit Down!"
What young faculty member was guilty of saying, "Don't look in the mirror,
look at me."
What young teacher was guilty of saying, "lf you can speak louder than
that train, go ahead?"
Mr. Kulick: Hlohn, what is a vacumn?"
Iohn: "Erf-I have it in my head and can't get it out."
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Mount Carmel Township
I0 East Fifth Street
Mount Carmel, Pa.
Phone 88, Mt. Carmel
Lavele Riding Academy
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BEER ALE PORTER PHONE 630
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MOUNT CARMEL' PA- 348 West Girard Avenue
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229 West Saylor Street
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House of Bargains
MEATS AND GROCERIES
All Branches of Beauty
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MOUNT CARMEL, PA,
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Third and Oak Street
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