Mount St Macrina Academy - Macrinite Yearbook (Uniontown, PA)
- Class of 1952
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' OH! ALMA MATER WE THANK THEE
MOUNT SAINT MACRINA ACADEMY
CRI ITE OF 1952
0 FAVORITE SPOT-AN IDEAL RESTING PLACE AS ONE ASCENDS THE WINDING PATH
We the class of 1952 deem it a privilege to dedicate this
Macrinite to our beloved Bishop Daniel Ivancho, D.D., whose
kindly encouragement and support has been an inspiration and
an incentive to all of us. We recall with joy the many occasions
when despite the press of episcopal duties our Bishop has deigned
to grace our simple Academy functions by His presence. For this
fatherly expression of His Excellency's concern for so small a
section of His flock, as well as for numberless others, we are
sincerely, deeply grateful.
Cordial Greetings Extended To His
Eminence While Visiting Here
YoUR EMINENCE, CARDINAL GREGORY, PETER AGAGIANIAN, YOUR
EXCELLENCIES, THE MosT REV. Louis BATANIAN AND THE Mos'r
REV. DANIEL IVANCHO, VERY REV. AND REV. FATHERS:
We are happy to welcome you to Mount Saint Macrina
Academy. We feel that, just as one of the greatest honors given
to man is a visit from his God, so another great honor for man is
a visit from God's high-ranking representatives. Thus, when a
Prince of the Church of Christ takes time from his Various duties
to Visit a small but true and loyal portion of Christis Church,
Mount Saint Macrina Academy, we, the students of that academy,
somewhat understand the greatness of the honor given to us. In
appreciation, we offer our thanks, our prayers, and our wishes that
you enjoy your brief stay with us today. We also humbly ask for
Your Eminence's blessing.
WE ARE HONORED BY THE CARDINAL'S VISIT TO
MOUNT SAINT MACRINA ACADEMY
O Left to right-Very Rev. Monsignor Francis T. Lallyg His Excellency Bishop Daniel
Ivanchog His Eminence, Cardinal Gregory Peter Agagianiang His Excellency, Louis
Batanian. J. Cunningham and M. Duray pay homage while E. Duranko looks on.
O REVEREND MOTHER OLGA, Provincial
With feelings of great joy and deep appreciation,
we wish to thank Reverend Mother Olga, Provincial,
for her constant efforts in providing the numerous
benefits bestowed upon us. Through our four years
at the Academy your thoughtfulness and kindness
will always remain outstanding within our hearts.
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O Left to right-Ann Dayak, Sally Ann Csejpes, Margaret Hnath,
Thejlistory of the class of 1952 begins in the
year 1947, with the entrance of our first Senior,
Audrey Gmetro, from Braddock. Aud's sturdy
build, honey blond hair and blue eyes were a
familiar sight in the academy halls for four
years. She was always ready to give a helping
hand even before one would approach her on
The year 1949 commences with the arrival of
two more classmates for Audrey. They were
Ann Dayak of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, and
Margaret Hnath of Passaic, New Jersey. Ann
is well known for her mischievous ways. If you
happen to be passing through the halls and
occasion to see a serious-faced girl conversing
with another girl having a terrified look on her
face, you would only be looking at our frolic-
some Ann at work at one of her pranks, namely,
Finally We have
reached our goal . .
Our capable girl in sewing and writing was
Margaret Hnath. She had an unassuming help-
fulness which delighted those who were the re-
cipients. We have tangible proof of her motto,
"To help others first," which she practiced on
so many occasions.
The year 1951 brought our determined Senior,
Sally Ann Csejpes, from Cleveland, Ohio. She
was the last Senior to join our happy group of
Academites, Seldom could one ask a favor of
her and be refused, for her charity and kindness
were evident in all her deeds.
In this last year our Seniors were presented
in the Operetta, "The Big Day." Other happy
days for them were attending the Baccalaureate
Services, planting the class tree and, finally,
Graduation. Thus with this we close another
chapter in the book of our fond Academite
SALLY ANN CSEJPES "just Sally"
CLEVELAND, OHIO .
Besides her school activities, she has taken
part in our Sodality as Vice-Prefect and has
served as a member of the yearbook staff. In
addition to this, she managed and refereed the
'Volley Ball Tournament.
"I t depends"
Favorite Song-"My Heart Cries for You"
ANN DAYAK "Ann"
Among the many activities in which Ann
has taken part are: Treasurer of the Sodality,
mimeographer of The Echo, and she was a
member of the yearbook staff. She is also
credited with her outstanding work in making
the Valentine Hop a success.
"l'Il bet" and "No sir"
Favorite Tune-"Because of You"
AUDREY GMETRO "Aud"
All remember Audrey as the leader of our
gym classes, Prefect of the Sodality, Echo typist
and a member of the yearbook staff. Chief
wave setter . . . does work conscientiously.
Hjiggef' and "Oh, beans"
Favorite Tune-"And So to Sleep"
MARGARET HNATH "Midge"
PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
Midge applied herself to the extra-curricular
activities as Secretary of the Sodality and a
member of the yearbook staff. Her ability to
write and sew won her many lasting friends.
Very helpful to others.
"jeepers" or "Oh, no"
Favorite Tunes-"It Is No Secret" and
"Me and My Teddy Bear"
LAST WILL AND TESWXMENT
We, the members of the class of 1952, having reached the end of our
scholastic career, and though somewhat fatigued by incessant mental toil, but
still of sound mind, memory and understanding, do make and publish this, our
Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills
by us at any time heretofore made.
To Reverend John Kocisko we leave our most grateful thanks for pre-
paring us to achieve our goal and in recognition of this fact shall make every
effort to leave behind us the reflections of your edifying teachings both in
words and deeds.
To Reverend Mother Olga we leave our loving prayers and immeasurable
appreciation for the years of growth and happiness we have known under your
care and guidance.
We give and bequeath to our teachers all our unfinished lessons and our
badly rendered recitationsg we also will to them peaceful nights and undisturbed
slumber, for no longer will they have to worry about our examinations, no
longer will our grades disappoint them, no longer will they have to listen to
our supplications. Rest will be theirs, a long well-earned rest from arduous toil.
We Seniors of 1952 leave to Mount Saint Macrina Academy, now our
cherished Alma Mater, our sincerest appreciation for the sound and steadfast
Catholic education that it has provided.
Audrey Gmetro leaves to Mary Anne Dulin the art of stenciling.
Midge Hnath bequeaths to Carol Kriss her hand for printing.
Ann Dayak pins the mimeographing badge on Patricia Phillips.
Sally Csejpes leaves Anne Marie in search of another debater.
Audrey Gmetro turns over to Joanne Oravetz the gym whistle to keep the
girls in step.
Midge Hnath gladly gives Marlene Pavasko her ability to speak the
Sally Csejpes leaves jenny Lind Cunningham the initiative to get up
with the clicker.
In order to show our good will to our sister classmates, the Sophomores,
we bequeath to them the agility needed to keep in step with the Freshmen.
We give and bequeath to the Freshman Class a large pail of unused "brain
glue," to be used by them carefully and persistently while preparing 'their
lessons, hoping that this wonderful compound, for which we have nothing but
words of praise, will aid them in fastening historical data and other dry matter
in their minds without too much exertion.
All the residue of our property, whatsoever and wheresoever, of ,, what
nature, kind and quality soever it may be, and not before herein deposed of
fafter all just debts have been paidj, we give and bequeath to our beloved
Principal, Sister Loretta, the use of which is left entirely to her discretion.
And we do hereby constitute and appoint the said Principal sole executor
of this, our Last Will and Testament, without bond, for the faithful performance
of her duties.
In Testimony Whereof, we, the Class of 1952, have to this our Last Will
and Testament subscribed our names and affixed our seals, this thirteenth day
of June, one thousand nine hundred fifty-two, in the year of Our Lord.
Th Things We Did
Th People We Knew
The Places We Remem
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' JUNIOR CLASS
I Seated-Joanne Oravetz. Standing lseconcl row, left to
right!-Jenny Cunningham. Patricia Phillips, Anna
Marie Arnold. Third row-Carol Kriss, Mary Ann Dulin.
O Seated-Madeline Haber. Standing lsecond row, left
to right!--Helen Dzuryachko, Mary Louise Vanischak,
Barbara Radik. Third row-Anna Fedyszak, Anna
Marie Poli, Barbara Silbaugh, Josephine Kovalchik.
4. THE IOLLY IUNIORS
For the past three years that they have been
here, our Juniors may be classed as the jolliest
and most helpful class. If one is perplexed with
a difficult geometry problem or a tedious line
of Latin, the juniors are eager to help, even
though they are quite busy themselves. Parti-
cipation in the first operetta, "The Big Day,"
revealed their talent for the stage. Publishing
the monthly school paper was another extra-
curricular activity that they performed very
well. Not once but many times they sacrificed
free time to assist in setting up educational dis-
plays. Having this wide experience equips them
to undertake the responsibility of being Seniors
in which they will equally do the job well. The
oncoming Juniors hope that they fall heirs to
these fine characteristics and follow in their
footsteps since they have been such a fine
example to all.
OUR SEDATE SOPHOMORES
The Sophomores have come far in their two
years at Mount Saint Macrina Academy, not
only in physical but also in mental and spiritual
growth. They are no longer the giddy Freshmen
of last year, but in a short time have grown to
have a broader outlook on life.
Their self-preservance to make this a better
World to live in has been proven by their
successful efforts to continuously bring joy to
M. S. M. A. It was through their unity of work-
ing together that they presented the delightful
skit, "Life of Stephen Foster." It was also their
prudent management of the Valentine Hop that
will always remain a dancing memory.
As true Macrinite students they are prepar-
ing for the future with eager participation in all
spiritual, cultural and social activities.
OUR EVER-SMILING FRESHMEN
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0 Seated Ccenterl-Jean Cihota. Second row, left to right-Patricia Nevosky, Phyllis Sanetrik, Constance
Mickiewicz, Barbara Krosni, Barbara Ferko, Arlene Dvorchak, Mary Ann Roessler, Mary Wanatt. Third
row-Barbara Smolak, Veronica Machesky, Rita Unetich, Evelyn Hovanec, Anna jane Loya, Dolores
Baron, Dolores Marek. Last row-Florinda Pepe, Marlene Dvorchak, Yolanda Teplica, Elizabeth Duranko,
Barbara Ruglovsky, Joan Duray.
This September brought us one of the largest, liveliest and enthusiastic
group of Freshmen. At the beginning, it was rather hard for them to get use
to the different environment and customs of Academy life. It wasn't long,
though, until they were adjusted to it. Getting into mischief seems to be their
favorite pastime, especially when the word campus is mentioned. If you by any
chance want something done, one doesnlt have to hesitate in asking a Freshie,
for "charity begins at home" seems to be their motto. This class has a good
sense of humor and a great interest in their studies, which we hope they will
continue to possess in the years to come.
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F ont fright?-Madeline Haber. Anna Marie Arnold, Arlene Dvorchak, Helen Dzuryac
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I M. Dvorchak, P. Nevosky, D.
Marek, B. Silbaugh, J. Kovalchik,
B. Krosni, R. Um-tich.
A DAYHOP'S LIFE
The life of a dayhop is one filled with nu-
merous joys and pathos. It begins in the morn-
ing with a ride to the Academy in a shiny
stationwagon. With its stop at school, each girl
scrambles from her place in order to be the first
to exchange jovial greetings with the boarders
and inform them of any latest startling news.
The bell which rings for Assembly interrupts
these pleasant discussions but as soon as the
morning classes end, the gatherings are again
evident as each girl tries to relate the happen-
ings of the morning. Then again back to classes
and so the afternoon wings its way into eternity.
Now these same dayhops are in the station-
wagon, but this time they are homeward bound.
As they look over the day's events they discover
a day filled with much accomplished, and while
settling back to enjoy the ride, our Academite
daphop finds herself humming the strains of her
favorite tune-"A Good Dayhopf'
AFTER A HARD DAY'S WORK
0 Left to right-A. Poli, D. Baron, V. Mache'
sky, E. Hovanec, P. Nevosky, C. Mickiewicz,
0 Left to right-A. Poli, V. Machesky, D.
Baron, E. Hovanec, C. Mickiewicz. '
. . . Just Fun
ROUND AND ROUND THE PHONOGRAPH GOES
COMMITTEE OF VALENTINE HOP
O M. Dvorchak, P. Ncvosky. B, Silbaugh, R. Unetich 0 Standing lla-ft to right7gH. Duryafhko, M. Haber
listen to thc latest hits, M. L. Vanischak. B, Radik Knvc-ling-AA. Fodyszak
PAUSE THAT REFRESHES JUST WAITING
O A. Dvorchak, V. Machesky, A. Fcdyszak, E. Hovanec. 0 V. Machm-sky, M. A. Dulin, A. Arnold. S1-atvd-M. A
C, Miuluewicz. Roossle-r, StanrlingfD. Baron,
A TREE .
0 Father Chaplain blesses
0 We proudly sing at the
0 The Senior Arch.
0 Dolores Vanischak in turn
shovels another spadeful.
BETTER HOME LIFE
0 M. L. Vanischak, Sister Emili
Arnold. C. Kriss. A. Gmetro.
0 P. Phillips well satisfied.
0 M. A. Dulin fits A. Fedyszak very
a, A. M.
P. Phillips and H. Dzuryachko roll it' ,
carefully While Sister Magdalene looks
J. Oravetz, M. Pavasko and M. L. Van-
ischak have the exact recipe.
ALL FOR MARY, OUR QUEEN .
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OFFICERS OF SODALITY
T A Dayak, Vice-Prefect Sally Ann Csejpes, Secretary Margaret Hnath.
Prcfn-rt Audrey Gmr-tro. rt-asurc-r nn
odality . . .
The Soladity, "Our Lady of Perpetual Help,"
consists of the following four Senior officers:
Audrey Gmetro, Prefectg Sally Csejpes, Vice-
Prefectg Margaret Knath, Secretaryg and Ann
One of the biggest projects of the year was
the singing of Christmas carols in Russke over
the Uniontown radio station. Some other social
activities included bingos and hot chocolate
parties. Most of all the girls enjoyed their
monthly meetings, which took place on the first
Monday of the month. At these meetings our
spiritual lives were stressed as well as good
advice for our social lives. We all want to thank
our Sister Moderator and Father for helping us
become better children of Mary.
O Rc-citing the Rosary for world peace
CAUGHT IN OFF MOMENTS .
Worthwhile research. 0 How could you say that!
It WHS fun Wrapping OUT gifts at 0 An interesting Book Week skit.
Keeping fit and trim 0 A good way to remember our ancestors
Placing the dab in the right place.
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want, our display in luv tho bosi
river! Luft tu right--A. Ariiulil
A. Gmotm. P. Phillips.
CATHOLIC PRESS MONTH . . . PENNSYLVANIA WEEK
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CATHOLIC PRESS MONTH
Because February is Catholic Press Month,
the Seniors and Juniors present a project to
show their interest in good Catholic reading.
Our exhibit pointed out that good books are
universal and should be read by all. The dis-
play was there, not to be admired, but to in-
spire the youth of today to read Catholic books
by which their minds may be spiritually en-
lightened and their lives an example of what
As an added activity, a skit was also pre-
sented. The real significance of the written
word, good and bad, is brought home by various
characters representing both immoral and good
literature. This skit ended with the deep rever-
ent Voice of Christ proclaiming the truth, "My
Words will never pass away."
0 Good books are always universal.
recall to memory . . .
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WE EDIT OUR
SCHOOL NEWSPAPER . .
The Macrina's Echo, a monthly publication,
is edited by the student body of Mount Saint
Macrina Academy under the direction of Sister
The news is gathered and assembled by the
editorial staff which includes the following:
Editor, Carol Kriss, Feature Editor, Marlene
Pavaskog Art, Anna Marie Arnold, Typists,
Audrey Gmetro and Mary Ann Duling Mimeo-
graphers, Ann Dayak and Patricia Phillips.
The students eagerly anticipate working for
the success of the Echo as shown in their will-
ingness to cooperate with the editorial staff in
the making of it. Finally, at the beginning of
the month, our dreams come true-the result,
"our MaCrina's Echo."
"ECHO" IN THE MAKING
I Loft to right-A. M. Arnold, M. Pavasko, Sister Martin, P.
Phillips, C, Kriss, A. Dayak, M. A. Dulin, A. Gmetro.
0 TopfP. Phillips, A. Dayak, C. Kriss roll them off.
0 Bottom-M. L. Vanischak, P. Phillips, A. Dayak
count the copies.
The first day at the Academy and the hilarious time we had getting acquainted?
Oyr new boarder, Phyllis Sanetrik's late arrival?
Our trip-destination, Pittsburgh-for the Seminary dedication?
The Sophomores' Homemade Spook House - with what apprehension and
anxiety we entered it on Halloween?
Our anticipation of the Cardinal's visit and Thanksgiving holidays?
How assiduolusly we practiced for caroling over the radio?
Caroling in the rain'and Father Chaplain's treat?
The most enjoyable Christmas play presented exclusively by the Freshmen?
That.Sunday afternoon that we painted the various Christmas scenes on the
How happy the Juniors and Seniors were when they received their class rings?
The click-click of the camera for last-minute shots for the Yearbook?
Shortsheeting, Miss Lulu, and all the dormitory pranks?
How we crammed for mid-terms?
February 14th 'and the delightful evening we spent at the Valentine Hop?
Our first Volleyball Tournament with Team 4 as the victors?
Our first TV set? A
Our presentation of the first operetta in the Academy's history?
The fun we had while boat-riding at our picnic?
How we looked forward to Class Night - Daisy Chain - our class songs - and
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lips, H. Dzuryachko. J. Cunningham. Fifth rowfM.
Haber, A. Arnold, A. Gmetro, M. Pavasko, M. Vanis-
chak. C. Kriss. Fourth row4M. Hnath, M. Dvorchak.
Y. Te-plica, E. Duranko, B. Ruglovsky, 1. Duray. Third
row-A. Dayak. B. Smolak, V. Machesky, R. Unetich,
E. Hovanec. A. Loya. D. Baron. Second row fsittingJ-
G. Mickiewicz. P. Sanetrik, B. Krosni, B. Ferko, A.
Dvorchak, M. Wanatt. A. Fedyszak. First row-J.
Oravctz, J. Cihota, F. Pepe.
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0 Oh! What a game that was! 0 Ready and raring to go on our picnic
0 A11 set! Let's play! 0 Come on, more action, please!
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i DQY H ONE or THE YEAR'S HIGHLIGHTS
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR .
MAY DAY CROWNING
The Greek Catholic Sodalists from both the Western Pennsylvania Marian
Union and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Marian Union, the latter of which
the Academy is a member, participated in the May-Crowning of the Blessed
Mother on our campus. The girls joined together in procession to the Blessed
Virgin's altar, carrying a chain of roses. Here the Union directors were waiting
to conduct the services. After the living rosary, and Moleben to the Blessed
Mother, Miss Martha Gernat of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, crowned the
statue of Our Lady. At the conclusion of this impressive ceremony the Sodalists
proceeded to Calvary Cemetery for the blessing of the monument ia memory
of the late Bishop Basil Takach.
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0 The well-worn path that leads to our
dear Alma Mater.
0 Remembering to say farewell to our
Heavenly Mother at the favorite Grotto.
On entering the portals to this place of
knowledge, both spiritual and otherwise, one
finds herself in a wonderland of peace, content-
ment and quiet. The campus is spacious and
oh so beautiful all year round. Toward the lat-
ter part of summer when one arrives-Mr. Sun
is still leaving off heat and the air is filled with
a yearning for the out-of-doors. Yes, and you
know what that means-baseball, of course-
plus long walks through the woods under the
leafy branches of the large oaks. Then comes
autumn with its beautiful shades of green, brown
and red leaves which cover the lawn, courtyard
and every other little nook and corner. Now is
the time for raking parties. Oh, and what fun!
Then comes old man winter with his carpet of
snow, making the pages of a fairy book come to
life. Need I tell you what happens now? Sleigh
riding, snow men, games and the like. Finally,
spring pushes her head out and brings with it
beautiful blossoms, rippling brooks, fresh green
grass and the sweet melodies of the birds. Birds?
Well, maybe, but I think those are just the
Academites going about their daily labor.
That's just a sample of campus life in our
LONG SPACIOUS AND RAMBLING
0 A shorter, less hilly path
leading to the Academy.
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' HAPPINESS AT THE MOUNT
The happy girls of M. S. M. A. are we-you can tell it by the way we
vigorously play a game of ball or energetically dash up the hill to Chapel-by
the way we sway rhythmically to a current tune or just relax and listen to
records. It shows in our habit of singing no matter what we are doing-walking
or working or playing-by the way we rise briskly, ready to begin a new day
or sigh peacefully as we slip into our beds at night. There is cheerfulness in our
studies, at our meals, at our recreation. It is evident in the sight of a youthful
face wreathed with the best possible makeup-a smile. We smile or laugh
readily even at our own mistakes. You can see it, too, in the willingness of each
one to help her pals. It is good to know someone is concerned enough about us,
so as to give us a hand when we need it. We know too that we always have
someone to turn to, to confide in, and that makes us happy. We are happy and
we want everyone else to be happy tool Then last and most important we are
happy because here at the Mount we are so near to God Who is the Source of
all Happiness. And when we whisper to Him our thanks for the day, we know
that He must be happy too!
Class Flower-Tea Rose.
Class Motto-"Not How Much, But How Well."
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HON ORARY PATRON S
THE MOST REVEREND DANIEL IVANCHO, D. D.
REVEREND JOHN KOCISKO
THE FRIENDS WE HAVE
FATHER EMIL MASICH
MR. 85 MRS. PAUL BEZILLA
MR. 85 MRS. JOHN DANOVICH
MR. 85 MRS. PAUL DURAY
MR. GEORGE TEPLICA
MR. 8s MRS. ANDREW
MR. 85 MRS. STEPHEN DVORCHAK
MISS HELEN EVANYO
MR. 8: MRS. PAUL HUNSICKER
MR. JOSEPH UNETICH
MRS. KATHRYN KRosNI
MR. LUCIANA PEPE
MR. al MRs. GEORGE FERKO
MR. 85 MRS. GEORGE WANATT
MISS IREN E KARAFFA
MISS C29-RIA HAEADIN
MISS LORRAINE BILLY
MR. 8z MRS. ANDREW DZURYACHKO, SR.
MR. 8: MRS. GEORGE PUFKO
MISS MARY RUSNAK
MISS DQLQBES VANISCHAK
MRS. SUE VANISCHAK
MISS MARY ANN DOMIN
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Everything for the Automobile
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FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
Ph 62 3171
CLAIRE, PEN NSYLV
M. I-I. WILTZIUS Sz
ART RELIGIOUS PICTURES
460 East 30th Street
CHICAGO 16, ILLINOIS
MONT CLARE, PENNSYLVANIA
PHONE 8-4788 : : PHONE 8-211 7
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JOHN I. CARSELLO
Manufacturers and Distributors of
CARSELLO CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
1205 Randolph Street
Floor Maintenance Materials:
I REENULITE WOOD MAINTAINER
I SOARKOLITE SELF-POLISHING ANTI-SLIP WAX
O PREP ALL-PURPOSE CLEANER
I TERAZOLITE SEAL AND FINISH
I TERATONE CLEANER FOR TERRAZZO FLOORS
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O CARSOLITE PENETRATING SEAL
I ASPHOLITE SEAL FOR ASPHALT TILE FLOORS
Offices: Washington, D. C.g Pittsburghg Detroitg Boston
PITTSBURGH: 530 William Penn Pl. - Telephone GRant 1-6660
260 East Fayette Street
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VERY REVEREND JOHN A. STIM
96 F' t Stree
PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
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1233 Flrst Avenue Wholesalers of Leading Beers
NEW YORK 21' NEW YORK UNIONTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
SAI NT NICHOLAS CHURCH
413 Shaw Avenue
REVEREND N. J. PAVALICK, O.S.B.
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MCVAN fr COMPANY
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
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REVEREND GEORGE C. POWELL
CARTER 6' GERMAN
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213 East Main Street
JOB AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
RUBBER STAMPS -:- SALESBOOKS
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SANTARIELLO PHOTO SERVICE
PORTRAITS - FAMILY GROUPS
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
OF THE BYZANTINE RITE
"BIG BOY" and "TWIN PAK"
THE FRESHEST BREAD IN TOWN
UN ION TOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
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SUPERIOR DRY GOODS
CONVENTS AND INSTITUTIONS
4725 N. Marvine Street
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RENE LORRAIN ET CIE, INC
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' SPECIALTIES FOR RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES
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NEW YORK 7, NEW YORK
Telephone COrt1and 7-2659
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1550 Spring Garden Ave.
PITTSBURGH 12, PA.
J. F. HOGSETT 6' SON
48 Mill Street
THE HOLY SPIRIT SOCIAL CLUB
BINGHAMTON NEW YORK
WILLIAM J. HIRTEN CO., INC.
11 Barclay Street
RK 8, NE
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SAINT MARY'S CHURCH
4600 West 35th St.
CLEVELAND 9, OHIO
Right Reverend Monsignor Nicholas Elko,
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LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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4438 Pearl Road
CLEVELAND 9, OHIO
Phone: Florida 8759
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W. H. FARWELL CO.
86 West Main Street
OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
PHONE 1612 - 3515
C. O. LACLAIR
L. B. Bixler, Owner
HEATING and PLUMBING
11 West Fayette Street
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267 Coolspring Street
ST. MICHAEL'S P. T. A.
MONT CLARE, PENNSYLVANIA
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UNION TOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
BANNER FLOUR MILLS
FLOUR cmd FEEDS
GRAIN - FEED - HAY
PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
SALT' Etc' IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
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167 Bridge Street
john R. Russo
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10 Morgantown Street
UNIONTOWN'S GREETING CARD
G. HIRSCH SONS, Inc.
Importers and Manufacturers
119 West 40th Street
NEW YORK 18, NEW YORK
SENIOR and IUNIOR
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH
IT'S CHEAPER TO TRAVEL
Sir FREQUENT SCHEDULES
ii? COURTEOUS DRIVERS
BLUE RIDGE LINES
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JOHN SEXTON 8a COMPANY
P. O. Box I. S. - Sexton Square
CHICAGO 90, ILLINOIS
A. H. NOONAN
"Gold Seal New York State Special
403 Cedar Avenue
89 N. Beeson Avenue
Extends good wishes and prayers to the
teaching Sisters, the Students, and Graduates
UN ION TOWN, PENNSYLVANIA of the Academy.
C pl'ments of
IULIUS H. COHEN SONS
713 Penn A
PITTSBURGH 22, PENNSYLVANIA
42 Van Buren St.
PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
Reverend Walter Bilynsk P t
85 West Main Street
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Our officers are constantly seeking Compliments of
opportunities to be of service to
Merchants, Individuals and Cor-
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SECOND NATIONAL COMPANY
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
UNIONTOWN NEW SALEM
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ST. BASIL'S HOME FOR ik
ST. MICHAEL'S SCHOOL
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
MONT CLARE, PENNSYLVANIA
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
ST. MARY'S BYZANTINE
ANDREW LITVIN. SR.
ANDREW LITVIN, IR.
Front 85 Dickinson Streets
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK
FRANK ZACK STEPHEN IUGAN
IOHN SMURO GEORGE PIATAK
IOHN WEYOWERSKY IOHN DANOVICH, SR.
MICHAEL CHANDA, SR. IOHN DANOVICH, IR.
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58 Clinton Street
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK
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2300 Youngstown Road
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FRANK I. LEARY CO.
CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND
I. A. SULLIVAN CO.
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287 Thayer Street
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
KNIHI MOLITVENNIKI 1 FRIGIDAIRE ' MAYTAG
Insure Your Home w1th Quality
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Piste Po Cennik: George Sabo
PEARL RIVER, NEW YORK
COURY ci UNGUREAN
ESSO SERVICE STATION
Pittsburgh Zz Penn Streets
WILL 61 BAUMER CANDLE
CANDLES - VIGIL LIGHTS A SANCTUARY OIL
BEESWAX --- STEARIC ACID - RED OIL
Main Office and Factory
SYRACUSE 1, NEW YORK, U. S. A.
FRANK H. KIRNER
PUBLISHER - BOOKSELLER - IMPORTER
CHURCH AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
309 Market Street
PITTSBURGH 22, PENNSYLVANIA
BRUCK UNIFORM CO.
643 Liberty Ave. Keenan Building
OUTFITTEHS OF SCHOOL APPAREL
MOUNT SAINT MACRINA ACADEMY
73 West Main Street
4703 Pearl Road
IOSEPH A. PROKOPOVITSH
431 Ninth Avenue
FRENCH CLEANERS, Inc.
IOHN A. GALIE
PEPSI-COLA - KECK'S BEVERAGES
FAIRBAN K, PENNSYLVANIA
PLUMBING and HEATING
132 Lenox Street
N. KAUFMAN'S, Inc.
Uniontown's Best Store
Box 1 5 90
THE FAYETTE COMPANY
KSuccessor to Fayette Candy Companyl
333 Pennsylvania Avenue
BOSTON SHOE STORE
IUNIOR and SENIOR
SS. PETER 6. PAUL CHURCH
cocA-coLA BOTTLING CHISNELL' Inc'
244 Pittsburgh Street
27th and North Church Streets
Compliments of Compliments of
I. N. HAGAN ICE CREAM ST. I OHN 'S CATHEDRAL
UNIONTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA MUNHALL, PENNSYLVANIA
PENTRACK FUNERAL HOME
631 Broad Street
A COMPLETE LINE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
12 South Gallatin Avenue
230 Pittsburgh Road
IDEAL FOOD MARKET
328 Clinton Street
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK
John Dranichak, Sr., Prop.
237-239 Clinton Street
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK
Paul Tronovitch, Prop.
161 Clinton Street
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK
ST. IOHN THE BAPTIST
BRIDGEPORT 8, CONNECTICUT
13 East Peter Street
SUCH'S RADIO CENTER
RADIO 85 SOUND SERVICE
138 East Main Street
BLESSED VIRGIN SODALITY
CHINA, GLASSWARE, Etc.
16 West Peter Street
BASTIAN BROS. COMPANY
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
Designers and Producers of
EXCLUSIVE CLASS IEWELRY - GENUINE ENGRAVED
COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS and
MR. CHARLES E. MCDONALD
920 Investment Bldg. 239 Filth Avenue
PITTSBURGH 22. PENNSYLVANIA
MR. :S MRS. GEO. PACZOLT
DANIEL 6 ANTHONY SMURO
The Friendly Food Market
141 Iron Street
IOHN MOSKAL :Sf SONS
413 Broad Street
BEVEREND PAUL SI-IOGAN
MONT CLARE, PENNSYLVANIA
PETER DURAN KO "GRILL"
54 Barron Avenue
FAMILY LOCKER PLANT
645 Arch Street
MRS. HELEN PAVLICK
The Finest Hotel in Morreville
61 Fairfield Avenue
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