Mount Carmel Area High School - Carmelite Yearbook (Mount Carmel, PA)

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'aff W2 i.f2'3u: 1. l I Y ir We, the members of the graduating class of 1941 of the Mount Carmel High School, ywrfr, , N WW 4 ,f ' --.-::::., X N' l WG 1 lil ' ijt! take this opportunity to express our appreciation to our parents, our Board of School Directors, our Superintend- ent, our Principal, and our teachers for the many sacrifices which they have made in our behalf ir As we assume life's responsibilities, may we practice those principles of justice, morality and brotherhood of mankind which we have learned in our schools and which are the keystones of Democracy -lr As the star guides the course of the mariner, so let the remembrance of our Alma Mater ever guide us to higher and nobler ideals I2 BB MA MAT AL OUB he Qlauzmeliie nf 1941 prefentedby THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE MOUNT CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL MOUNT CARMEL, PENNSYLVANIA uk if ir ak 'A' 'A' if 'ki' if ul' il- 17 I " 1 41 NNIVERSARY or me srcammo or THE BILL . fir:-t 9 5? ' sf- ' 9 .- 5 X15 - kc? " zeiieiff .-ff E T115 ' lll"11""'efil'ff- r 'i"lll:M"nW r mon 1 Foreword ir With Virginia's ratification on December 15, 1791, the Bill of Rights, that written safeguard of our individual freedom, was proclaimed in force. i' The Class of 1941, being the class to graduate from the Mount Carmel High School ISO years after the final adoption of the Bill of Rights, takes special recognition of that memorable event by stressing throughout this publication some of the freedoms which We enjoy as citi- zens of this great democracy. i' Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, of assembly and the right to petition the government are all guaranteed in the first of the ten articles-later to be termed the Bill of' Rights-which were made a perman- ent addition to our constitution in 1791. Security ofthe people in their homes against unlawful searches and seizures, the right of' trial by jury, the assurance that the government will not take one's private property without just compensation, the guarantee that soldiers will not be quartered in one's home in time of peace nor in time of war but in a manner to be prescribed by law-these are some of the other liberties which are assured the people, in writing, by our precious Bill of Rights. at At this time when totalitarianism, with its obvious flagrant violations of human rights, is spreading over an ever increasing portion of the world, it is fitting that we should emphasize the importance of that pledge of our government to respect our rights as human beings, that inestimable and incomparable document-the American Bill of Rights. ik 'A' 'A' t 'A' 'A' i' i' 'A' i 'A' i' 'A' 'k 'k i' 'A' i' ,, ,, Table of Contents if ,. 'A' Book I-Freedom of Religion ADAIINISTRATION. . . Page 8 FACULTY . . . . . Page 10 'A' Book II-Freedom of Speech CLASSES: SENIORS . . . , Page14 JUNIORS . . . . P4341 SOPHOMORES . . . Page 45 i' Book III-Freedom of the Press ORGANIZATIONS . . . Page50 FEATURES . . . , . Pageso ak Book IV-Trial by jury ATHLETICS ..... Page 64 ADVERTISEMENTS . . Page 75 171 141 :. 552::.c 9 v 4- 4 9 ,.-1' . 352.-'E 1? " 1 THE I5 lu- A i,4rlllsf5fa.iiwf on i OQTHANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF me BILL Of R' i Dedication tJi4iJ5 Ada D. Balmer JVlr. Luther K. Boyer O HAVE the assistance of wise counsel and mature judgment are two of youth's most valued assets. Therefore, we, the class of 1941, wish to express our appreciation to Mitt Ada Balmer and Mr. Luther Boyer for the effort and time which they have sacrificed in guiding us throughout our high school life. This book is dedicated to themg may it ever stand as a monument to the three years of friendship, guid- ance and cooperation which they have shared with us. Book I-Freedom of Religion f i i s. s. s. i i Congress sim!! make no law respecting an estab- lislornent of religion, or prohibiting the free exerrise tloereojf' or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. fArticle I of Bill of Rightsj wt '1 . :El .' YQ 2: -fs ,N i if i. +"" ig gg' L. , 1' ...fl ' I 'N so f 'p l W if - lf ' ,lxf V 5,1529 llw l 1 7 A li gs X is if A --vsi is fs x e we N W0 Q N ' 'EL . -Fl if ,-,. .,.. -.-.. .w,, " .--r ' gli? :a tlas .."' - . li +.:- i i 715-il "'i ' ' Qfxfx .. fl-A! ' L ' '," 'A' if 'A' if if 'A' 'A' 'A' i' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' i' i' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' if if if I l l Admlnmtrahon iitttttititttttiti Left to RightAChar1es Reitz rSolicitorl, James Morris, Ida Butts Morse, Joseph Patrick, Jesse A. Singley, Michael Pachuta, James Pulaski, Gerald A. Beierschmitt Superintendent of Schoolsy. Board ol Education Tresidenl, Joseph Patrick Secretary, Ida Butts Morse Vice President, Jesse A. Singley Treizmree, james Morris Michael Pachuta, Charles Lucas, james Pulaski Solicitor, Charles Reitz i"k'k'A'i'i"k'ki'i'i"ki"A"k'k'ki'i"k'k'k'k TO THE CLASS OF 1941: These are mdeed troublous times. As high school graduates you are faced with responsi- bilities never even dreamed of by those who have preceded you' Those responsibilities you should willingly and cheerfully accept, wheth- er they consist of serving our nation in its armed forces acting in the guise of skilled workers in industry, or keeping the founda- tions of SOC16ty firm by making homes for its future citizens We are living-in a wonderful country and it IS worthy of our best in health, education and character. Only an active, pa- triotic citizenship can pay the debt of grati- tude to our forefathers for this land of ours. Therefore be loyal to the principles of American democracy, where everyone may worship God without restraint and pursue happiness without 1nte1-ference. MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TO THE CLASS OF 1941: MAY YOU ALWAYS HAVE PLEASANT MEMORIES OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL YEARS' YOUR CLASS HAS MADE A SPLENDID RECORD. GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK. VINCENT W. MCHAIL 17Ql - 55:75 tj - 1Q4I Sify: I X-' -' .. Q if , -3531111 - 4nlls232,.1 ,ggi , THE I50TnANNlVERSARY We SIGNING OF THE Bm OF R . GERALD A. BEIERSCHMITT Superintendent of Schools SUPERINTENDENT or SCHOOLS i"k'kiri"A"k'k PRINCIPAL MR. VINCENT W McHAIL Bucknell A B A M Pnrncrrm. or HIGH Scnoox. MR. GERALD A BEIERSCHMITT Holy Cross A B Bucknell A M High School Faculty ittttttitiitttttttt SEATED lLeft to Right!-Miss Nellie Johnson, Miss Elizabeth Howard, Miss Edna Olshefski, Miss Edna Rowe, Miss Marie McCarthy. STANDING-Miss Elizabeth Kealy, Miss Kathryn Billman, Miss Catherine Scicchitano, Miss Irene Starke, Miss Dorothy Vallish. Women of the Faculty CATHERINE M. Scxcci-Ix'rANo Name Miss ADA D. BAHNER Miss NELLIE E. JoHNsoN Miss ELIZABETH HOWARD Miss ELizAEE'i'1-I A. KEALY Miss EDNA M. Rows Miss IRENE H, STARKE Miss DOROTHY L. VALL1si-l Miss Miss KATHRYN E. BILLMAN Miss EDNA OLSHEFSKI Miss MARIE MCCARTHY Miss MARGARET WILLIAMS Subjects 1By Dept.J English English Social Studies. German Commercial English Physical Education Home Economics French, Social Studies Social Studies, Mathematics Library, Latin Science Music Degree A.B. A.B. Ph.B. B.S. A.B. B.S. B.S. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. B.S. Where Obtained Beaver College Bucknell University Dickinson College Immaculata College Susquehanna University The Pennsylvania State The Pennsylvania State Immaculata College Albright College Susquehanna University Boston University Susquehanna University College College no 71'-'rf-. '.'::. 5FI::. 3 gags-f " .-1' -' oi- :E-'lf fr THE '5 P --1--1.:lfr.m2aiUll rx , 1111555255 lim-ff -- ' 0"'ANNwERsARY me Sre e or T E mu Of WH ' U12 SEATED lLeft to Right!-Mr. Frank Kostos, Mr. Frank Bartos, Mr. George Davis, Mr. William McCall, Mr. Gerald Breslin, Mr. Joseph Stief, Mr. Clifford Nelson. STANDXNG-MT. Vincent McHai1 1P'ri'rLcipal7, Mr. George Casari, Mr. Walter Chesney, Mr. Luther Boyer, Mr. Charles Boleske, Mr. William Hodrick, Mr. Gordon Marwine, Mr. Harold Reese. Men of the Faculty Subjects Name 1By Dept.b Degree VVhe1e Obtained MR. CLIFFORD A. NELSON Commercial B.S. Bloomsburg S. T. C. MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE English A.B. Harvard University M.A. Columbia University MR. GERALD R. BRESLIN English, A.B. Bucknell University History MR. WILLIAM A. Honiucx History B.S. Lock Haven S. T. C. MR. GEORGE R. CASARI Commercial B.S. Bloomsburg S. T. C. MR. WALTER S. CHESNEY Commercial B.S. Bloomsburg S. T. C. M.A. New York University MR. LUTHER K. BOYER Science A.B. Susquehanna University MR. GORDON A. MARWINE Science B.S. The Pennsylvania State College MR. HAROLD D. REESE Mathematics, A.B. The Pennsylvania State College Social Studies M.A. The Pennsylvania State College MR. WILLIAM A. MCCALL Commercial B.S. Villanova College MR. FRANK C. Kosmos Mathematics B.S. Bucknell University M.S. Bucknell University MR. FRANK S. BARTOS Manual Training B.S. Bucknell University MR. GEORGE W. Davis Physical Education B.S. Stroudsburg S. T. C. MR. JOSEPH S. STIEF Music Combs Conservatory of Music Zeckwer's Academy of Music ' X., tr ' .-599' ,.-427 HE 1-.. In , .All ,. 'gl-'TS i T '50"'ANNavfRsARY OF me E Slewmo or me BM of R i MRS. IRENE F. BARTOS, R.N. School Nurse MISS EDITH HARRISON Principa1's Secretary DR. E. ROGER SAMUEL Athletic Physician DR. I. E. SMIGELSKY School Physician MR. LESTER DEITRICK Janitor MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS Music B.S. Susquehanna University MISS MARIAN MILLER Superintendentfs Secretary DR. W. R. BUCKLEY School Physician MR. FRANK MOSCZYNSKI School Police Officer MR. ALBERT VISINTAINER Janitor U21 1 Book II-Freedom of Speech and Assembly Congrers :ball make no law respecting an es- tablishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereofl or ezbriclging the freedom of speeeb or of the press, or the right of the people peaeeezbly to ezsremble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. fArticle I of Bill of Rightsj Us-4 lldi Nam .mr , as ,. . .,,. gn B if 3. , 1-I f s :fs U3 A I ,A .4 X 2452- ,Aa ' if V Y, ...M 2. ,lfw f ff?-iii I I ' H r' f. 7 ' ' Wifi 1' lk 11. VT: ? w i be - feglfa s i?'f'2tif'45 22 s "tl l V l +V .i I fs W- 'f-f, .Q or l f W g 11 , g avi, ' ny c '12-" Y - . , ., 1 'V i KU iiii if 22: if1?6:Q'i kgixi f -' Q f V W ' '- V Q is. 5? E-Ei "" " an , 9 3 .-i. ' A ' 5 . 51 f' 'J i l ' ' F ! ' 'es'r H r ,,.s - , -' - s 2. L- f, earl 51 ii -- ' 'X -.,4 1 1 f ' ' -761 g , ' n i 1 3212 , 5 ' 1 - .. ,mut- ' QQ 1 f f' fig? 1 ' 'W' f gig? 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ANDREJESKI, CECELIA "Celie" GENERAL Petite . . . vivacity personified . . evades homework . . . blonde . . confirmed gum chewer. Student Council 15 Carmelite 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3, IXL 3. ANELAUSKAS, JOHN "Jenks', COMMERCIAL Thrills sports fans . . .tall . . . lanky . . . quiet . . . long-shot artist of basketball squad, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 3. ANTHONY, JANE "Calamity" GENERAL Late every other day . . . incessant talker . . . cheerful companion. ANTICO, JOSEPH "Joe" GENERAL Joker . . . life of homeroom 210 . . tries to steer clear of girls tun- successfullyl . Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 3. AUGUSIEWICZ, EDWARD "Dud" GENERAL All State "Eddie" .... ironman . . . sports-conscious . . . future coach. Football 1, 2, 35 All-State Tackle 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 25 Traffic Tribunal 3, Baseball 3. BALENT, ELLEN COMMERCIAL Quiet . . . detention room regular . . . mousey . . . slow but sure . . , has a steady. Intra-Mural Basketball 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. BALLENT, ROBERT "Bob" GENERAL A sincere friend . . . companion- able . , , well-known . . . loyal band member . . . dependable stage manager. Operetta 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 35 Traffic Tri- bunal 3g Stage Manager 2, 3: Carmelite 2. 3: IXL 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3. BARDER, BARBARA "Babs" GENERAL Gentle . . . the Army has its good points . . . seldom heard . . . social worker-to-be. Intra-Mural Hockey 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 35 IXL 3. BARLOW, MARY ..BaTTy,, COMMERCIAL Excellent journalist . . . attractive . . . sunny disposition . . . sports fan. Quill and Scroll 3: Carmelite 1, 2, 3, 1Editor 313 IXL 2, 3, 1Editor 31: Dramatic Club 3: Athletic Club 15 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 31 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. 1162 17 1- S, 141 THEISO ANN 'O " WX' '50 -ull -"" L TS IVERSARY OF me IGNING or THE BIL 7l':-. f5I:-. I F i ' ' .-" -f ,-:' '- f w S ' "-' RIGH BARTASIUS, MONICA ..Mon,. ACADEMIC High academic rating . . . de- pendable . . . enjoys studying. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, Year- book Staff 35 National Honor Society 3. BELFANTI, DARIO GENERAL Confident . . . a good mathematics student . . . one of our best wrestlers . . . won district wrest- ling title in his weight in 1940. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 33 105-lb. District 4 P.I.A.A. Wrestling Champion 2. BELFON TI, RITA ACADEMIC Future tennis pro . . . attractive . . . flashing Pepsodent smile . . . enjoys journalistic work. Carmelite 1, 2, 3, lE:iitor 31, IXL 2, 3, 1Editor 39: Quill and Scroll 3, National Honor Society 33 Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 League of Nations Test 2, 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Intra- Mural Hockey 35 Yearbook Staff 3. BENBENECK, LEON "Ben" GENERAL Cynical . . . lanky . . . invariably a wiscracker . . . dozes off dur- ing class periods. BERGSTRESSER, CAROLYN ..Buck,, GENERAL Handles an Oldsmobile beautifully . . . personality plus . . . seen at social affairs . . . popular. IXL 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Year- book Staff 3: League of Nations Test 2. 1172 BERN AS, JOSEPH "Joe" GENERAL Quiet . . . seif-reliant . . . football letterman . . . good prospect for a teachers' college. Football 1, 2, 33 Traffic Tribunal 3. BERNATAVICIUS, JOSEPH "B e1nie" GENERAL Everybody's pal . . . likable . . . plays a cornet . . . has artistic talent. Band 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 13 Intra- Mural Basketball 39 Yearbook Staff 35 Volley Ball 2. BERNOT, JOSEPH "Joe" GENERAL Ladies' man . . . always on the loose . . . tall, light, and hand- some . . . passed chemistry . . . plunging fullback. Football 1, 2, 39 Track 1, 2, 35 Traf- fic Tribunal 3. BOCEWICZ, IRENE .. Bunny , , GENERAL Tall and willowy . . . wears bangs . . . ready laugh. Glee Club 1, 33 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 2, 3g Intra-Mural Hockey 3. BOLICK, DOROTHY "nw GENERAL Conscientious student . . . thin . . . movie-goer . . . reserved. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3. -,-:,. fee.. 179' ' 3 3: 5 -- ' 1941 . sz i fr THE I5 - --1--...lfnmaailllag rx ..4llll5s5sm-:iw-" " IGHTS ' OTHANNIVERSARY OF THE NSIGNING OF me am Of R ' BOWERS, CATHERINE HKHW.. GENERAL Toothpaste smile . . . witty . . . gay . . . unusually talented ice skater. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3. BOWERS, JOHN "Bow" ACADEMIC Very short . . . studious . . . en- joys the artists' programs . . . majors in science. Wrestling lg Band 1, 2, 33 Traffic Tribunal 35 National Honor Soc- iety 3. BOYD, ALBERT "Hiaw- GENERAL Seldom heard . . . interested in wild life . . . trapper and fisher- man. BRENNAN, ALOYSIUS "Jigaboo" GENERAL Tall, dark, and handsome . . . would like to be an orchestra leader . . . forward-passing artist. Carmelite 2: Volley Ball 2, 35 In- tra-Mural Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3: Football 2,'3g Traffic Tri- bunal 3g IXL 3. BRIDY, ELINOR "B'rid" GENERAL Excellent pianist . . . intends to go to college . . . shrill laugh . . . a "Sophisticated Swingsterf' National Honor Society 3: Assem- bly Pianist 2, 33 Operetta 1. 2: Glee Club 2, 33 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 3g League of Nations Test 23 IXL 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Orchestra 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3. BRIDY, RENO "Winch" GENERAL Cracks jokes in English class . . . likes current topics . . . expert with motors. Wrestling Manager 3. BROKENSHIRE, WALTER "Brokey" GENERAL Prefers blondes . . . loyal to stu- dent council . . . popular cheer- leader . . . likes to "cut up". Intra-Mural Basketball 3, Volley Ball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3: Traffic Tribunal 3: Cheerleader 33 Soccer 35 Gym Team 2. BUCZKO, JEAN "Butch" GENERAL Dresses well . . . yodels in the glee club . . . "page boy" bob. Dramatic Club 3: Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 3g Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Yearbook Staff 35 Operetta 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3. BUEHLER, VAUGHN ' ' Von' ' GENERAL Would make a good minister . . . hedger . . . obliging . . . easy- going . . . "buzzes" the buzzer. Band 1, 2, 3: Traffic Tribunal 3. BURBA, BERNARD "Berny" GENERAL Seldom heard . . . self-reliant . . . ambition is to become a great ice skater . . . a good student in economics. 1182 17 :,,. 141 5x4 gpg, THE ISO A I A lk xx' 'ff' Anil --" an 1 NNIVERSARY OF THE IGNING or THE BILL .:'555::. . 9' ? - 4 9 .--111' .-1217 .f:2E5.' A - 5 - '2???5?:ff. 'f'5""' " ---W . S - ' ours CAHOON, BETTY --Ben" ACADEMIC Studiaus . . . modest . . . brown- eyed technician-to-be . . . well- liked. League of Nations Test 2, 33 Year- book Staff 35 National Honor Society 33 Intra-Mural Basket- ball 2, 3. CARSON,D6NALD "Kit" GENERAL Dislikes opposlte sex . . . likes ice- cream, but hates spinach. CHASE, J OSEPHINE ..J0sey,, GENERAL Likes boys in the Army . . . loses herself in books . . . "down with the jitterbugs". Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Drill Team 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. CHUPRINSKI, MARTHA Achippyb Q COMMERCIAL Amateur photographer , . . likes Johann Strauss' waltzes . . . and chic clothes . . . "south-paw". Athletic Club lg Band lBanner Carrier? 2, 33 Carmelite 33 IXL 3: Yearbook Staff 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3. CIARKOSKI, STANLEY "Muscles" GENERAL Doesn't like to draw maps . . . prospective state cop . . . habit- ual teaser. Soccer 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 35 Baseball 3. U92 1 1 COLE, WILLIAM ..Bmy,, GENERAL Black, curly hair . . . expert accor- dion player . . . weight-lifter . . . tardy again. Band 1, 2, 3. CONCHES, DOROTHY . "Dot" GENERAL Swing addict .... girl of many hobbies . . . devoted to dogs. Intra-Mural Basketball 3. CORTELLINI, ALDO ACOTV, GENERAL Football captain two years . "Cap" . . . prefers blondes . . four years of varsity football. Football 1, 2, 3, 1Captain 2, 33: Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Traffic Tri- bunal 3g 155-lb. District 4 P. I. A. A. Wrestling Champion 23 185-lb. District 4 P. I. A. A. Wrestling Champion 1. cosTELLo,RosE "Rosie " GENERAL Dislikes English . . . quiet but witty . . . alluring smile . . . detention room regular. Operetta 15 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Hockey 33 Glee Club 1, 3. CWIKLESKI, MATHILDA "Chick" COMMERCIAL Enjoys roller skating . . . red hair and green eyes . . . chewing gum one of her habits. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2. EESQ- 2253. gisfffr- V 3 2, 4 .-45? .-177 .-5:57 11.::E:Ef?'.- :ij-7 g- :jjj ..'223EE:!2.' THE uso ' "" "l""Eiu"' A ', f4lll7fffH""i "" ' moms ' THANNIVERSARY OF THE x5f5NlN6 OF me BILHOF R ' COVALESKI, GERALDIN E ..Ge.,,,ry., GENERAL Has a yen for noisy bracelets . . . flashing smile . . . future airline hostess. Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3. COVALESKIE, BERNICE ncoveyn GENERAL Blue-eyed, blonde-haired . . . per- sonality plus . . . jitterbug . . . continually sees "Spotts" before her eyes. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 IXL 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. DANILOWICZ, ROSE "Rosie" GENERAL Quiet and reserved . . . one of the "gang" . . . fill-in conversation- alist . . . demure. Intra-Mural Hockey 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2. 3. DANISIEWICZ, VICTORIA "Vicki" CoMMERc1AL Enjoys basketball and football, especially football . . . skillful stenog . . . real brunette . . . does her school work well. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 IXL 35 Carmelite 2, 3. DAULIS, EMILY ..Emma,, GENERAL Independent . . . husky voice . . pleasing personality. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3. DAVIS, VIVIAN --vw CoMMERc1AL "Wizard on wheels" . . . interprets life as a lot of fun . . . keen sense of humor . . . alert. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 35 IXL 2, 35 Carmelite 2, 3. DE CARLI, ANGELINE "Angie" GENERAL A serene lass . . . conservative . . . well-liked . . . hails from Cali- fornia DEDICK, BETTY '-Dia" ACADEMIC Sympathetic look . . . beautiful golden hair . . . unique and orig- inal in her ideas .... Boston accent. Carmelite 2, 35 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 3g Dramatic Club 35 In- tra-Mural Hockey 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Glee Club 3, Operetta 3. DE GAETANO, INEZ "Nezie" GENERAL Flashing smile . . . has personality . . . changeable . . . imaginative . . . wants to be a jitterbug. Glee Club 2, 35 Operetta 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 3. DEITRICK, MARY "Deitz" GENERAL Enjoys Temple Bailey novels . . . dreamy-eyed . . . maid-in-wait- ing . . . her friendship is a thing to attain. 1202 THE 150 A "'- I- xxx' 'ff-0 41177 An' ru Q 79' ' rg' N-" ' ..-az? ...if -2-.fzrif f y 5 . lE?5:J7"'- ' NNIVERSARY OF me IGNING or THE BILL DELCAMP, GLORIA ..Tmy,, GENERAL Good-natured . . . likes candy and chemistry teachers . . . efferves- cent personality . . . witty. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 33 Glee Club 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Intra- Mural Hockey 33 Operetta 3. DEPNOCK, MARIE "Blondie" GENERAL Hair neatly arranged . . . meticu- lous in grooming . . . abhors studying . . . is always on deck for fun. Intra-Mural Basketball 23 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 13 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. DOMOLEVICH, DOROTHY --nor" COMMERCIAL A person of few wcrds . . . pleas- ant to know . . . consistent work- er . . . means well. intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Carmelite 33 Yearbook Staff 33 IXL 3. DUDA, VIRGINIA "Dukie" CoMMERcxAL Likes to tease . . . enjoys a good time . . . authority on clothes . . . gabby. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Intra- Mural Hockey 3: Carmelite 33 IXL 3. DUNI, JOHN ..NiggeT,, GENERAL Good-natured . . . laughs at his own jokes . . . will remember "F.O.B." IXL 33 Traffic Tribunal 33 Intra- Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. rw EDWARDS, LEROY "Boots" GENERAL Never a serious moment . . . playboy . . . well-liked . . . dis- turbs English class with his humming. ELLO, ANNA "Nll7l', GENERAL Friendly smile . . . tactful and considerate . . . an exponent of quietude. Intra-Mural Basketball 1. EREMICH, GENEVIEVE "Genie" GENERAL Very neat in appearance . . . matchless wardrobe . . . has many friends. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Intra- Mural Hcckey 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Yearbook Staff 33 Carmelite 2. 3: National Honor Society 33 IXL 3. ERNEY, CARL "Carlo" GENERAL Girl shy . . . likes jitterbugging . . . goes steady . . . never wor- ries or hurries. EVANS, WAYNE "Arrow" GENERAL Casanova . . . one of our track- men . . . famous for incomplete English assignments . . . keen sense of humor. Cross Country 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3. Tiff- Efffire- v x.1 2, 4 121235, .1557 -'iffiffil 'H :lex -f 5 .gm i THE 'SOTHANNIVERSARY THE Z 5 5'GNIN6 OF THE BILL Of i FETSKO, MARGUERITE "Margie" GENERAL A conscientious student . . . the "timid soul" . . . an honest-to- goodness friend .... diligent worker. Operetta 1, 3: Intra-Mural Volley Ball 1. 2: Glee Club 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3. FLYNN, JOHN "Flynnie" GENERAL Happy-go-lucky . . . never says no . . . fun lover . . . prank- ster . . . a regular "feller". Cheerleader 1. FOULK, O'DILLON "Dill " GENERAL Our only draftee . . . athlete . . . has preference for blondes . . . excellent dancer . . . will have no trouble if life's hurdles are no harder to go over than the hurd- les in a track meet. Operetta 2: Track 1: Student Council 2: Traffic Tribunal 3. GALDA, ANN -'Juv' COMMERCIAL Squeaks when giggling . . . quick, concise movements . . . found with Bunny and Kate. Intra-Mural Basketball 1. 2, 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: IXL 3. GALITSKI, THOMAS -ical" GENERAL Guides our destinies as class presi- dent . . . short and stocky . . . our football hero . . . unusual reddish hair . . . brain and brawn. Football 1, 2, 3: Class President 2, 3: National Honor Society 39 Track 3. l GEBAUER, MILDRED ..Mmy,. GENERAL Finds enjoyment in jitterbugging . . . participates in all sports . . . chatterbox. Operetta 1: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mural Volley Ball 2. GIBBONEY, MARION '-Gibb" COMMERCIAL Recipient of journalistic honors . . . never a dull moment . . . "sobsister" . . , always on the g0. Carmelite l, 2, 3, 1Editor 2, 31: IXL 1, 2, 3, 1Editor 31: Qulll and Scroll 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Dramatic Club 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mural Volley Ball 1, 2: Glee Club 3: Operetta 3. GIDARO, CHARLES "Chilly" GENERAL Sports enthusiast . . . unruly blond hair . . . biushes easily . . . de- vises intricate checker moves. Traffic Tribunal 3. GRABUSKI, LEONARD "Grebb" COMMERCIAL Good in studies as well as in sports . . . specializes in basketball . . . small . . . lively . . . one of "Guz's" gang . . . enjoys danc- ing. Basketball 2, 3: Soccer 3: Baseball 3. GRECO, MARY -'crew GENERAL Tall and slim . . . favorite pastime is dancing . . . mischievous twinkle in her eyes. Glee Ciub 2, 3: Operetta 2, 3. 1222 - 1 :pgs gang .pm , I lrffr:-. 2':-. 551:-. 3 fg- 5-+f 4 --" -- .-:' oi- 155' fr .-f25?f5'f THE I5 i""'lf"ffmaal!fa- so ..4rlII.:5fE.iaw'-- i i OTHANNIVERSARY OF THE Q 5lGNIN6 OF me BILL of MGHTSE GRECO, SAMUEL ..Dago,, GENERAL Argumentative . . . excels in math- ematics and science . . . helps to keep order in the halls as traffic patrolman. Soccer 35 Traffic Tribunal 35 Base ball 3. GREDZINSKI, ETHEL ..Nibhy,, GENERAL An expert on skates . . . Betty's best pal . . . news-hound . . . never seems to run out of hu- morous remarks. IXL 2, 35 Carmelite 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 1, 25 Operetta 3. GRIFFITH, HAROLD ..GTiff,, GENERAL Habitual good humor , . . spends his spare time in the workshop . . . quiet gentleman. Wood Carving Club 1. GRYBOS, EDWARD ucurlyn COMMERCIAL A deep thinker . . . blushes easily . . . a good economics student . . . well-liked. Student Council 15 IXL 35 Band 2, 35 National Honor Society 3. GRYZLO, J OSEPHINE ..J0,. GENERAL Ardent sports fan . . . another one of those man-haters . . . will be a nurse . . . sport clothes appeal to her. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 35 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 25 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. f23l GUBA, JOHN 'ifohnnyi' GENERAL A man's man . , . deep, resonant voice . . . girls admire his brown curly hair . . . current events authority. GURBA, JOHN "GuTb" GENERAL Apothecary-to-be . . . works in drug store . . . soft-spoken . . . his opinion is valued. GUZEVICH, EDWARD HGTLZH COMMERCIAL Tornado varsity center . . . shines scholastically as well as on the gridiron . . . favorite with the girls. Football 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 35 IXL 35 Baseball 3. HANTZES, HARRY ACADEMIC Cross country letterman . . . heck- ler . . . argumentative . . . ex- pert on foreign and domestic stamps , . . frankly critical. Cross Country 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Student Council 35 IXL 3. HEISER, CLARENCE GENERAL Quiet and refined . . . loyal band member . . . perfect gentleman . . . one of the "Mad Chemists". Band 1, 2, 3. 17 -S gy. 141 S-J 'gg'- .. 3 :gb 5.1 fi, I. NNIVERSARY OF THE IGNING or THE BIL 91 v 4 " 'L efPfffffl'122f22iill -' 5 ' W' HTS HEISER, LAWRENCE ..LaTTy., ACADEMIC Musically inclined . . . the other "Mad Chemist" . . . forever smil- ing . . . mumbler. Band 1, 2, 3. HERB, EARL ..HeTby,, GENERAL Bright socks and loud sweaters . . . goes for swing music . . . drummer boy . . . a "Sophis- ticated Swingstern. Drum Major 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Traffic Tribunal 35 Class President 15 IXL 35 Volley Ball 35 Operetta 3. HERMAN, DOROTHY --Don" GENERAL Dual personality . . . makes friends easily . . . hopes to enter the nursing profession . . . enjoys all sports. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mural Volley Ball 15 Intra- Mural Hockey 35 Carmelite 2, 35 Glee Club 35 IXL 2, 35 Operetta 3. HICK, THOMAS '-mek" ACADEMIC Collegiate taste . . . military car- riage . . . possesses a keen sense of humor . . . typical high school student. HOMBOSKY, EDWARD "Bimbo" GENERAL Unusually tall . . . likes all sports, especially baseball . . . constant- ly talking when in the auditor- ium . . . enjoys Bob Hope. Baseball 2, 35 Soccer 35 Volley Ball 3. HOSGOOD, HAROLD ..H0sy,, GENERAL Sophomore girls have their good points . . . hobby is coin Collect- ing . . . painstaking typist. Baseball 1, 25 IXL 35 Track 3. HVIZDA, ANDREW "Twede" GENERAL A good track man . . . painfully shy . . . quiet . . . day-dreamer . . . expert with machines . . . unsurpassed patience. Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Student Council 1. HYLA, HELEN "Dimples" GENERAL Has prominent dimples . . . likes to be among witty people . . . outspoken . . . constant giggler. J AROSZEWICZ, HELEN ..Hely,. COMMERCIAL Quiet . . . even-tempered . . . aim-to-please personality . . . conscientious student . . . will make a charming secretary for SOITIC business mah. Intra-Mural Volley Ball 1, 25 In- tra-Mural Basketball 1, 25 Year- book Staff 3, J ELUS, MARGARET ..Gem.. GENERAL "The girl with the pretty brown eyes" . . . always active . . . ready for fun . . . unique laugh. Intra-Mural Volley Ball 15 Intra- Mural Basketball 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Operetta 2, 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 35 IXL 3 1241 171 -J, 141 " 1 LPS- -aff I I -- THE I5 '- I nl A I ' OTHANNIVERSARY THE S16 0 or T E BILL OF WH ' '- -21-r.iE 3 S . 1 i1:::"',' JONES, ROBERT faM0eya ACADEMIC Track and cross country ace . . famous for his classroom boners . . . puzzles over Solid Geometry. Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 3. KARAVECKAS, PETRONELLA -'Pew GENERAL Sociable nature . . . enjoys recrea- tion . . . always eager to learn something new . . . will be re- membered as one of our cheer- leaders. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 3: Yearbook Staff 35 Intra Mural Volley Ball 23 Cheer- leader 2, 35 IXL 33 Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Operetta 3. KAZLAUSKAS, RAYMOND NSW, GENERAL Amateur photographer . . unusual- ly tall . . . has a hankering to be a city policeman . . . dependable Soccer 3. KNARR, RUSSELL ' ' Canoe' ' GENERAL Hiking he-man . . . football fol- lower . . . hates being teased . . . interested in up-to-the- minute world events. Cross Country 31 Track 3. KOCHCZYNSKI, AGNES ..Agg,1e,. COMMERCIAL A good, conscientious student with many friends . . . an attractive smile among her many assets . . . collects photographs. Operetta 1. 6252 N I KOPFIN GER, ARNOLD "John" ACADEMIC Has more gray matter than he can use . . . definitely a whizz . . . tennis devotee . . . ready wit and humor. KORNACKI, ALFRED UAV, COMMERCIAL Faithful band member . . . wants to be a musician . . . hates to be called "Alfalfa" . . . congenial. Band 1, 2, 3, IXL 3. KOVACH, JOSEPH "Koke" GENERAL Perpetual smiler . . . curly-haired brewer of classroom episodes . . . devil-may-care type . . . inter- ested in athletics. Track 2, 3. KRAMER, BETTY "Betty Lou" COMMERCIAL An excellent skater . . . enjoys be- ing in a crowd . . . willing to argue at any time. National Honor Society 31 IXL 2, 3: Carmelite 33 Glee Club 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Year- book Staff 3, Dramatic Club 31 Operetta 3. KRATOVICH, HELEN COMMERCIAL Takes her work seriously . . . bored with life and shorthand . . . likes housework. Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. HT:-. TC:-, fgffks v CT 4 .- .-' .-Z7 .-:IV THE uso "'l""'ufii'f'- A . - ..4rllIf:fw" ' RIGHTS i THANNIVERSARY OF wi E SIGNING or me BM of i KUBICK, IRENE "Renee" GENERAL Always passing notes in auditor- ium , . . never understands homework assignments . . whim- sical . . . pleasing personality. Yearbook Staff 3. KUNSAITIS, CLEMENT "Whisper" GENERAL A consistent talker . . . likes girls who are sophisticated . . . finds school books boring. LASKO, JOHN "Wimp" GENERAL Very small and infantile . . . self- conscious . . . treble voice . . . quiet but likable. Student Council 2. LAZZARO, ELIZABETH ..Betty.. COMMERCIAL Tricky eyebrows . . . always wears a hair ribbon . . . day dream- er . . . has a secret passion. Glee Club 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2, 3, Intra-Mural Hockey 3. LERCH, MARIE "Lerchie" GENERAL Excellent typist . . . fond of skat- ing . . . never makes a fuss . . . neat dresser. National Honor Society 33 Year- book Staff 3, IXL 3. LEVANDOSKY, DOROTHY "Dottie" COMMERCIAL Vivacious blonde . . . wears clothes well . . . interested in athletics and athletes . . . always ahead of the band :carrying the ban- nerl. Sports Club 1: Carmelite 2, 3: IXL 3, Band tBanner Carrier! 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 25 Intra-Mural Hock- ey 33 Dramatic C ub 3. LISIEWSKI, ELEANOR NEHG.. GENERAL Likes to read intellectual books . . . thoughtful . . . thinks swing is the thing . . . placid nature. IXL 3, Carmelite 2, 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Drill Team 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 2: Dramatic Club 3. LOBOS, JOHN "Jake" GENERAL Steers clear of all feminine en- tanglements ..... invariably blushes when called upon to re- cite . . . easy-going . , . matter- of-fact manner. LONGENBERGER, CURTIS "Curt" COMMERCIAL Authority on the Bible . . . bril- liant scholar . . . possesses a dry sense of humor . . . one -of the cross country boys. Dramatic Club 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 33 Yearbook Staff 3: National Honor Society 2, 3 lVice President 31: IXL 3. LUCAS, ANNE ..Lukey,, GENERAL Active at class functions .... hearty laugh . . . follows the football fleet . . . amicable. Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Class Secretary 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2, 33 Intra- Mural Basketball 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Dramatic Club 3: Na- tional Honor Society 3g Yearbook Staff 33 IXL 3. 6262 17 -E ,-,. 141 m...- I 352, Neff' I. I xx,-1 19.1 1 THE I50T '-- lv- All -- an ' HANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING or THE BILL Of R' ' 9' ? - 4 9 ,..1.:22?' .-412' nssfffiillf . ' ' ' Q is zfasffft. rs LUCAS, HELEN LEONA ..SuZy,. CoMMERcxAL Ping-pong enthusiast .... can usually be found in the Young People's Club . . . friendly. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 In- tra-Mural Hockey 3. LUCAS, HELEN MARY "Smiley" COMMERCIAL Excellent flag twirler . . . small in stature . . . enjoys everything but studying. Girls' Drill Team 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Operetta 1. LUCZKOSKI, J EALENE "Jeanie" COMMERCIAL Sings in classes . . . admires tall, dark males .... boosts the cosmetic industry. Operetta 1, 35 Glee Club 3. LUKEN S, HARRY "Luke" GENERAL Card shark . . . tall and thin always laughing at something or somebody . . . famous for snappy comebacks. Glee Club 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Wrest- ling 25 Operetta 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3. MACKIEWICZ, JOSEPH "Joe Mack" GENERAL Expert on the accordion . . . call- ed upon to entertain at all school gatherings . , . teases the girls at every opportunity. C272 MALINOSKI, RAYMOND uRay,. GENERAL Well-informed on all subjects . . . convincing speaker . . . advocate of social reforms , . . vocally talented. Football 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 1President 315 Glee Club 3: lDramatic Club 35 IXL 35 Operet- a 3. MANN, CLARENCE "But" GENERAL Quiet and unassuming . . . lover of nature . . . an all-around good sport . . . will make a good car- penter. MARLOW, LORRAINE "Doll" COMMERCIAL Small and dainty . . . never be- comes angry . . . soft-spoken . . . always seems to enjoy her- self. Intra-Mural Hockey 3. MARWINE, ELEANOR "Ellie" COMMERCIAL Fond of eating candy . . . enjoys outdoor life .... hates her dimples. Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 25 In- tra-Mural Volley Ball 2: IXL 31 Operetta 3. MATIS, EMANUEL ..Am0S,, GENERAL Model airplane builder . . . table tennis fiend . . . fond of sports . . . track and basketball attract his interest . . one of our cheer- leaders. Track 2, 35 Cheerleader 35 Traf- fic Tribunal 35 Dramatic Club 35 Basketball 3. 179' ' gels C. - 1941 30-Nj-7' T-,Z it L an -, ' i n OTHANNIVERSARY OF THE 2 SIGNING or THE BILL of i MATIS, MARY "Huck" GENERAL Does not like to discuss her ex- periences .... never worries about the future . . . will make an efficient nurse. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 23 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 13 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. MATTERN, SARAH MTW.. GENERAL Has coppery red hair . . . is al- ways late for classes . . . easily excited . . . blessed with gift of gab. MAZUR, ANN "Moz" GENERAL Petite . . . has a very pretty smile . . . contagious laugh . . . golden voice. Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Glee Club 1. 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Operetta 1, 31 Girls' Drill Team 3. MCELWEE, THOMAS ..Mack., GENERAL Gifted with beautiful tenor voice . . . proficient master of cere- monies . . . transfer from M. C. C. H. S .... has a weakness for Mae. Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3: Student Council 35 Dramatic Club 3. MESERAVICH, WANDA ' ' Vand' ' COMMERCIAL Always jolly . . . remarkable mem- ory . . . efficient. . . a good de- pendable worker. National Honor Society 3: Year- book Staff 3: Carmelite 2: Dra- matic Club 3g IXL 3. MIHALIK, ALBERTA "Bertie" GENERAL Unselfish . . . has a winning per- sonality . . . amicable . . . effi- cient worker. Glee Club 3: Operetta 3. MILEVICH, HELEN "Helch" GENERAL Can usually be found in the mov- ies . . . always seen with the same curly-headed lad . . . ex- cellent dancer. Student Council 13 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 23 IXL 3. MILEWSKI, WILLIAM "Plumber" COMMERCIAL Drives a "tin lizzie" . . . has a way with the girls . . . hilarious . . . perpetual motion. Track 23 Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Soccer 3. MIRARCHI, LAVINIA "Love" COMMERCIAL Beauty of senior class . . . pro- nounced man-hater . . . frank . . . pretty eyes and a winning smile. Intra-Mural Hockey 3. MIZAK, ANNE "Annie" COMMERCIAL Quiet . . . diligent worker . . . weakness for chocolate candy. Glee Club 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 33 Operetta 3. , 1232 171 sg, 141 :xy E-fps, THE ISO AN "'- In row 12:0 41111 Ailxpslgl-1 , NIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING or THE BILL 9 g n- 4 ,zyziif ,ztiffijzi Ltzztziif f Q Q 4 ' 335:15-", ' TS MOSELLA, ELIZABETH "Smile1"' GENERAL "Silence is golden" . . . beautiful hair . . . never gets in anyone's way . . . reserved. Glee Club 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Operetta 3. MROFKA, JOSEPH "J oe" GENERAL Likes to build things . . . electrical whizz . . . marathon sleeper . . . inclined to be modest and shy. Football 1, 25 Baseball 2, 3. MURACZESKI, "Joe" JOSEPH GENERAL Tall and lanky . . . harasses the femmes . . . affable. Soccer 35 Glee Club 3. MUTCH, LOUIS "Lou" COMMERCIAL Incomparable basketball center . . . adept at ping-pong . . . jack-of- all-trades . . . popular. Soccer 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 3, IXL 35 Volley Ball 3. N ARDELLI, FRANCIS "Frank" GENERAL Another model builder . . . guitar well . . . blond . . . bashful, plays wavy hair I29! NARK, LEON ..Bundy,, CoMMERcxAi. Cornetist in band . . . ice skating fanatic . . . mad musician . . . . friendly with the drill team. Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 25 Glee Club 35 Carmelite 35 Dramatic Club 35 IXL 35 Operetta 3. NATALEWICZ, MARTHA "Natalie" COMMERCIAL Small in stature. . . wears clothes perfectly . . . Mr. Nelson's pal . . . good dancer. Glee Club 33 Operetta 1, 35 Intra- Mural Basketball 15 Yearbook Staff 3. N EARY, MARGARET ..Mm,ge.. ACADEMIC Ambitious . . . good scholar . . will succeed as a teacher. Operetta 1, 35 Intra-Mural Basket- ball 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club 35 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 25 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. NOBLE, NORMA .-N0Tm,, GENERAL Generous . . . tactful . . . enjoys singing . . . deserves the best of everything. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 25 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 25 Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club 2. OWEN S, ALBERT ..Lefty,, GENERAL Likes sports . . . interested in girls lat lastj . . . wants to work in an office . . . loquacious. Football 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 25 Volley Ball 25 Traffic Tri- bunal 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 171 gd 141 IIXJ big 'H 2511 -fx! THEISO THAN "'f-. 1- -X ff Anil ,norman . NIVERSARY or THE SIGNING OF THE B , 9 ' Q32 - ' 9 ,..,1q' ,.,:: ,447 HTEEYSESE: -' E i f 1132152252 ,qiigizff . ,gzieirlf-' -1-.wifi '--Iuzgiqiu 1 ' -553353: gsngfff, - - 1 1 , X , f TS PACHUTA, STEPHEN Hstepu GENERAL Basketball captain . . . hopes to go to college . . . sensitive . . . . moody , . . well-liked. Basketball 1, 2, 3. ICaptain 31: In- tra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Soccer 3: Traf- fic Tribunal 3. PAKERSKI, ROSE UROSH., COMMERCIAL Georgie's girl . . . a pleasing smile . . . enjoys going to movies. Carmelite 3: IXL 3. PALMER, DONALD --Gus" GENERAL Lady killer . . . playboy . . . active at senior candy concession stand . . . ready, willing, and able. IXL 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Traffic Tribunal 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Operetta 1, 2, 3. PANGRAZZI, CECELIA ncely.. COMMERCIAL Attractive. green-eyed cheerleader . . . excellent dancer . . . popu- larity plus .... very active student. National Honor Society 2, 3, 1Treasurer 31: Student Council 25 Carmelite 2, 31 Cheerleader 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Athletic Club 1: Quill and Scroll 3: Intra- Mural Volley Ball 25 IXL 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Intra-Mural Basket- ball 1. 2, 3. PAVIS, ALBERT "Blib" GENERAL Future "Charles Atlas" . . . semi- jitterbug , . . powerhouse weight lifter . . . all-state fullback on second team. Football 1, 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Traf- fic Tribunal 3. PERSING, MARIAN "Sweeny" GENERAL Popular class officer for three years . . . prefers "Danny" . . . ping-pong champ in junior and senior years . . . editor-in-chief of yearbook. Class Vice President lg Class Treasurer 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 1Secretary 31: Intra- Mural Basketball l, 2, 3: Intra- Mural Volley Ball 2: Dramatic Club 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: IXL 3: Table Tennis Champion 2, 3: Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 3: Student Council 3. PETROSKI, RITA Hcurly., COMMERCIAL Everybody's friend . . . cheerful disposition . . . wants to be a private secretary. Glee Club 3: Carmelite 2, 3: Oper- etta 3. PETROSKIE, THOMAS "Squeak" GENERAL Good-natured . . . a heckler . . . woik dodger . . . collects stamps. PILARSKI, RITA "Ritzie" CoMMEncxAL One of the gang , . . . sense of humor . . . interior decorator- to-be . . . collects snap-shots. Yearbook Staff 3: IXL 3: Carmelite 2. 3. PINAMONTI, DOMINICK "Dede" GENERAL Ping-pong enthusiast . . , dislikes oral topics ..,. familiar with machinery . . . prefers brunettes. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3. 1302 17 SL, 141 sg! S'-'qv 'VERSARY or THE 5'6NINo or THE BILL 9' v 4 9 POLITZA, LOUISE --Lou" GENERAL Very sociable and demure . . takes all her work se iously will make a well-liked nurse. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Operetta 3. POTTIEGER, CECIL "Deetz" ACADEMIC Dry sense of humor . . . personal- ity plus plus . . . ready for any- thing . . . popular. Glee Club 3: Dramatic Club 3, lTreasurer 3r3 IXL 33 Operetta 3. POTTIEGER, ORLAN "Jim" ACADEMIC Unpretentious . . . affable disposi- tion . . . vocally talented . . . "Nimrod" of senior class. IXL 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Glee Club 33 Soccer 33 Operetta 3. POVELAITIS, JEAN " Policy" COMMERCIAL Fair basketball referee . . freckles . . . distinctive laugh and at- tractive smile . . . always sneez- ing. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. PRICE, WILLIAM -'Bm-' COMMERCIAL Aspiring business magnate .... pleasant . . amateur taxidermist. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Soc- cer 3. 1312 RABER, ELEANOR "Robo" GENERAL Class jitterbug . . . fascial contor- tionist . . . great dramatic talent . . . fond of sport clothes. Dramatic Club 33 Operetta 23 Band Concert 1. RACKOSKI, EMILY "Emma" COMMERCIAL Easily amused . . . giggler . . . makes you laugh with her . . . friendly . . . well-liked. Intra-Mural Basketball 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. RAKUS, EDNA "Yadz" GENERAL Rosie's pal . . . an all-around good sport . . . athletic type. Intra-Mural Basketball 3. RAMAGE, JUNE "Jimmie" GENERAL Petite and charming . . . enjoys skating . . . a good saleslady. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 3: Yearbook Staff 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 33 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Operetta 1, 2, 33 IXL 3. REINER, DOROTHY "Dot" GENERAL Tall and fair .... interested in sewing . . . unassuming . . . . likes secretarial work. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 33 Carmelite 2, 33 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Hockey 33 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 2. ?55f:- v 3 2, 4 .-513' ,.-:rf .-:HEY THE is i""i"""4i2?ll"'- A f4llUff?fH""""" ' :ours ' 0"'ANNlvERSARY or THE XSIGNINQ or me Bm OF R ' RIKER, MARY "Georgie" GENERAL Gay . . . carefree . . . beautiful eyes . . . popular with traffic tribunal officers .... wrestling fan. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3: Intra- Mural Volley Ball 2: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: IXL 2. ROBERTS, GLENN "Rah" GENERAL Handsome traffic officer . . . man of few words . . . the Uunblush- able" . . . enjoys a good time . . . girls' idol. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 23 Dra- matic Club 3: Volley Ball 2: Traffic Tribunal 3: Track 3. ROBSON, DOROTHY "Dottie" GENERAL Lovable . . . "typically Irish" . has made many friends . . spontaneous laugh. RODGERS, BETTY "Betz" GENERAL Found with Judy . . worries about her weight . . . jovial . . . spe- cializes in jitterbugging. Glee Club 2, 3: Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3: Operetta 1, 2, 3: Carmelite 1, 2, 3: IXL 3. RODGERS, MARION ..Raj,, GENERAL . . staunch Sincere . . . dependable . Junie's supporter of the class . sidekick. National Honor Society 3: IXL 3: Yearbook Staff 33 Dramatic Club 3, 4President 33: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 23 In- tra-Mural Volley Ball 2: Oper- etta 1, 2, 3. ROGUTSKI, DOROTHY -'Dov' GENERAL Talkative . . . some school sub- jects bore her . . . always where there's fun. Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Intra- Mural Hockey 3. ROSENDALE, ROBERT HROSUH ACADEMIC Glee Ciub regular . . . found with Ryan . . . always on the honor roll . . . likes to "cut up". Traffic Tribunal 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2, 33 Track 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 33 National Honor Society 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 23 Dramatic Club 3: League of Nations Test 2. RUBRIGHT, FAY ..Ruby., GENERAL Dark-haired . . . catchy smile . . will make a good housewife . . enjoys Pontiacs. RUTHS, ROBERT "Wee" GENERAL Plays a clarinet . . . collects stamps . . . would like to be a hotel manager . . . soft, low voice. Band 1. 2, 3. RUTKOWSKI, DONALD :rD0nan GENERAL Likes to hunt and fish . . . any- thing but energetic . . , would like to join the Army . . . never worries under any provocation. 1322 171 g,- 141 sg! :'S'-iff., 'U Qi! .n ' ISO THA ' hx Us xx ti-X! ,ailfx NNIVERSARY or THE 'GNING OF THE BILL l.555:,. 9 v ? F 4 9 ,.-1152? .4177 4:5251- "'f::i? ' ' 'iE2?'::"' 11.11 , 5 . A HTS . RYAN, CLARENCE ..Gay.. ACADEMIC Dark, wavy hair . . . crashes par- ties . . . always eating . . . go- getter . . . gay . . . varsity foot- ball man. Football 1, 2, 35 Traffic Tribunal 3. RYNKIEWICZ, LEON "Ace" GENERAL Likes to read and draw . . . has a manly stride . . . sports fan , . . would like to join the Navy. Traffic Tribunal 3. SAUKAITIS, IRENE "Sucksy" GENERAL Excellent typist . . . attractive . . attends all basketball games . . . won second place in girls' ping- pong. Carmelite 35 IXL 35 National Honor Society 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Intra- Mural Hickey 35 Second place in Table Tennis 3. SAVITSKI, ANASTASIA ..Nancy,, COMMERCXAL Participates in all sports . . . loves dancing . . . excellent athlete . . . rollicking companion. Intra-Mural Volley Ball 2: Intra- Mural Basketball 2, 35 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. SAWICKI, JOSEPH .. Bugsn GENERAL Likes flashy clothes . . . enjoys jittei-bugging and skating .... also girls . . . the "girl in every port" type . . . has talent for printing and drawing. Yearbook Staff 35 IXL 3. 1332 SCHOBER, ANNA "Ann" GENERAL Hangs out at the Cozy Corner . . looks toward medical field . . speaks German fluently . . . melodious soprano voice. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Op- eretta 1. 2, 35 National Honor Society 35 Yearbook Staff 3. SCHOFFSTALL, BETTY ..BetSy,, GENERAL Well-modulated voice . . . reserved . . . spare time a mystery . . . . . . idealistic. Student Council 15 Carmelite 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3. SCHUCKER, JANE usugm., COMMERCIAL Chatterbox . . . sparkling person- ality . . . full of vim and vigor . . . fond of all athletic compe- tition. Intra-Mural Volley Ball 25 Oper- etta 1, 2. 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Intra- Mural Basketball 2, 35 Carmelite 2, 35 IXL 35 Dramatic Club 3. SCHULTZ, BERNICE ..BeTny,, GENERAL Companionable . . . grand pal . . . willing worker . . . often seen in the gym . . . hurries to school. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 35 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 25 Intra-Mural Hockey 3, SEMICEK, ANNA "Annie" COMMERCIAL Person of a few words . . . one of the few girls who knit . . . al- ways natural . . . competent. Glee Club 35 Operetta 3. 117 -4:5 ,-,,. 1 All 3x4 it In is-1 W I' H 5 'Y lg In 'X 4111, .-In R161-1 D UTHANNIVERSARY OF me SIGNING OF me emu Of ' TI':'5::., 2'5::, 91 Y -EEL 4 9 1 .-11231 ,517 ,gzfffii gil- T El ' '31 l v i ' TS SEMICEK, MICHAEL "Cannon" GENERAL Prospective big leaguer . . . "easy come. easy go". Wrestling 35 Baseball 3. SHAFFER, LEONARD HLenU GENERAL Expects to be one of Uncle Sam's air aces . . . quiet . . . exempli- fies saying that still water runs deep . . . a good thinker . . Yearbook Staff 3. SHERMAN, EDGAR npercyn GENERAL Another model builder . . . im- mune to feminine charm .... "mum's the word" ..,. mad about chemistry. SHERMAN, JUNE ..Judy,. GENERAL Very much interested in Student Council , . . frequently drives to Elysburg . . . songstress . . . clever conversationalist. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 35 Oper- etta 1, 35 Glee Club 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3. 1President 31. SHOPINSKI, RAYMOND Hnugann COMMERCIAL Tries hard and succeeds to a great extent . . . always in motion . . . collects stamps. Band 1. 2. SHOPULSKI, SYLVIA "Snacks" GENERAL Ping-pong artist . . . has a weak- ness for football players . . . im- pulsive. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3. SHUPTAR, DANIEL Hom" GENERAL Popular class officer . . . "Swee- ney's" man . . . belies his nick- name . . . as good-natured and dependable as he is handsome. Yearbook Staff 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Band 15 Traf- fic Tribunal 35 Football Manager 1, 2, 35 Class Treasurer 15 Class Vice-President 2, 35 Glee Club 1. 35 Dramatic Club 3: Baseball Manager 1, 25 Operetta 1, 2, 3. SHUTT, ARTHUR ..Bip,. GENERAL Hilarious . . . ambition is to be a minister . . . jester . . . we,com- ed in any group. Gym Team 23 Soccer 33 Traffic Tribunal 35 Glee Club 2, 3. SHUTT, RAYMOND "Shutty" GENERAL Yearns to be an actor . . . active in sports . . . handsome . . . ex- cellent dancer . . . one of the best on the wrestling mat. Wrestling 1, 25 Cross Country 1: Operetta 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 115-lb District 4 P.I.A.A. Wrest- ling Champion 2. SIEDLECKI, ALOYSIUS UAV, GENERAL Convulses English class with his expressive reading . . . interested in radio . . . would like to be a sports announcer. IXL 35 Cheerleader 2. I34! 1791 5 g-,-,. 4 1Q41 25is5f5.ff,.. :Z , E :gt-jf .--Vgiifffi: THE ,507 - .,1..1. fn.-duaallln.. sr , .41lIl,fg.a.1ii:::,-- A- IGHTS i i HANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING or me BILL Of R P SIENKIEWICZ, JOHN ..Red,. GENERAL Cowboy songs are his favorite tunes . . . likes to swim and hike . . . would be a composer . . . one of Mr. Morse's proteges. Wrestling 2, 3. SINGLEY, ARTHUR ..Tiggy,, GENERAL Interested in all sports . . . has a junior girl on his mind .... swingy stride . . . big he-man type. SMIGELSKY, RICHARD --Dick-' ACADEMIC Table tennis is his favorite pastime . . . dresses neatly . . . scorns amorous connections . . . a good mind for mathematics and science. Glee Club 3: Traffic Tribunal 3: National Honor Society 3g Dra- matic Club 3, 1Vice President 375 Table Tennis Champion 35 Base- ball 3g Operetta 3. SNYDER, JOHN nsnifj., GENERAL Interested in aeronautics . . . hid- den ability . . . would like to be a mechanic . . . one of the quiet ones, yet always dependable. SOSH, ALBERT "Doc" GENERAL Doesn't like to wear a necktie . . . rugged individualist . . . great imagination . . . electrical en- gineering for him. 1352 STALLER, HOWARD "Shorty" GENERAL Enjoys listening to "Gangbusters" . . . would like to be a state cop , . . tall . . . often feels capric- ious. lntra-Mural Basketball 2: Track 2. STARKOSKI, JOHN 1-I-arp., GENERAL His hobby is designing planes . . . likes to swim and play baseball . . . wants to be an aviator. STATKIEWICZ, ELIZABETH "Butch" GENERAL Affectionate . . . finds school a bore . . . likes fun and boys . . . sunny disposition. Gym Team 23 Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. STATKIEWICZ, LEON A "Smoky" GENERAL Wears clothes well . . . collegiate taste . . . springy stride . . . fond of all sports. Intra-Mural Basketball 1g Intra- Mural Hockey 3. STECKER, EDWARD ..Ed,, GENERAL A movie-goer . . . funster . . . he'd like to be a salesman and travel around the country . . . radio fan. Tfirs- 555552:-. v 4 -21295, ..-1127 4:15555 i THE as '---- I- , .411 ...-- RIGHTS ' OTHANNIVERSARY OF me I SIGNING OF me BM Of ' STIKLAITIS, MARY Ustiky.. COMMERCIAL Tall, slender, and sedate . . . liked American History . . . will be- come a good secretary . . . en- joys a good argument. Intra-Mural Basketball 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. STRIKE, JOSEPHINE ..J0,. GENERAL Expert accordionist . . . likes new hair styles . . . practical joker . . . full of laughter. Carmelite 2, 3. STRUNK, DOROTHY "Dot" COMMERCIAL Likes shorthand . . . ready smile . . . blonde tresses . . . demure. STRYZESKI, CHARLES "Kaz" COMMERCIAL Not too serious to be gay .... blonde girls attract him . . . a good economics student . . . will be remembered as one of the stage managers. Band 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Stage Manager 2, 35 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 2, 3. SUSNOSKIE, VIRGINIA ..Gi1my,, GENERAL Helpful and kind . . . likes to talk . . . doesn't care for shorthand.. enjoys meeting people. Dramatic Club 3. SWATSKI, JOSEPH "Tubbs" GENERAL Happy-go-lucky . . . never looks for trouble . . . seldom ill-at-ease . . . congenial. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. TAMININI, INEZ wrammy., GENERAL Reserved . . . hobby is st mp cs!- lecting . . . has a steady . . . . known for her giggle. Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 3. TEUFEL, JAMES ..Riley.. COMMERCIAL Friendly . . . specializes in jitter- bugging . . . wears splashy shirts . . . plays the "sax". Band 1, 2, 33 Intra-Mural Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Gym Team 2. TRONOSKI, MARION "Trigger" COMMERCIAL Dependable . . . clear voice . . . walking newspaper . . . a con- scientious and dependable stu- dent. Intra-Mural Basketball 3. TROTSKY, REGINA "Reggie" COMMERCIAL Pleasing personality .... gets around . . . her ambition is to be a stenog . . . friendly . . . col- lects postal cards. Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 3. I36j 171 zz. 141 SEQ S-fps., THE l50 A "'- In err-' 'Spf-K! 41111,-10 mo NNIVERSARY OF THE IGNING OF THE BILL ,1:E::EEf Q 5 " iiffiift I' ' . ULCESKI, VINCENT "Beans" GENERAL Handsome football hero . . . full of fun . . . bashful . . . drives a '28 "Chevie". Football 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2, 3. URBAN, ALBERT UDOCU GENERAL Habitual joker . . . beware of the mistletoe .... great dramatic talent. Operetta 1, 25 Traffic Tribunal 3: Glee Club 3, Dramatic Club 3. URELLA, MARY COMMERCIAL Talkative . . . never on time . . . drives a car . . . supports the chewing gum industry. Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. VALINCIUS, JULIE "Jule" COMMERCIAL Very sociable . . . intra-mural bas- ketball star . . . likes long hair . . . prospective stenographer. Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Intra- Mural Hockey 3, Intra-Mural Volley Ball 1, 2. VALLISH, LILLIAN HLuH ACADEMIC Talks little: says much . . . collects foreign dolls . . . candid camera photographer . . . a good student with ambitions to know business economics. Intra-Mural Volley Ball 2: Carmel- ite 2, 35 IXL 1, 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 39 Intra-Mural Hockey 33 National Honor Socie- ty 35 Yearbook Staff 3. 1572 VARANO, PAUL "Francie" GENERAL Prefers basketball . . . drives truck after school . . . owns a jallopy. Basketball 35 IXL 33 Soccer 3. VIGLIETTA, VIRGINIA ..V-ig., GENERAL Patient . . . future nurse . . . a good student with a pleasant dis- position. Dramatic Club 3. WADDISH, CLARENCE "Clancy" GENERAL Has great ambitions . . . blushes fiery red . . . blond . . . collects stamps. WAGNER, MYRLE i.Wag,, GENERAL Exponent of Emily Post theories . . . talkative . . exhibits dimples when she smiles. Yearbook Staff 3: Intra-Mural Hockey 3: Glee Club 3. WALINSKI, IRENE GENERAL Day dreamer .... wants to be a jitterbug . . . "Sneezy's" pal... enjoys her studies. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3. Tri-'rp '.'r:- f552:s. 179' v Y-gf 4 194' .--12' .-:T .415 THE ,5 - --f--wlffamiaiilllu. rx l4llll:fafa'HW""b ' RIGHTS ' OTHANNIVERSARY OF THE N5'5NIN6 OF THE Bm Of ' WANZIE, WALTER ..43,. COMMERCIAL Shy . . . always smiling . . . "out- of-doors" type . . . nature lover . . . follows aviation. WARDROP, ELLEN GENERAL Pleasant and cheerful . . . wants to be a career woman . . . admires Nelson Eddy . . . possesses un- usual talent for drawing. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 33 Operetta 2, 3. WARGO, PAUL Hwhigs., GENERAL The band's "Artie Shaw" .... where there's a school activity, there will you find Paul .... versatile . . . dependable worker . . . on the spot. Stage Manager 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Operetta 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 3: Track 3, WASILEWSKI, FRANCES uFTan,- GENERAL Usually in a dancing mood . . . favorite orchestra. Glenn Miller . . . wears many hair styles. Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 35 Intra- Mural Volley Ball 1. WASILESKI, HENRY "Hank" GENERAL Protege of "Charles Atlas" . . . will make a good machinist . . collects stamps. WASKEWICZ, HENRY "Hank" GENERAL Bashful. quiet type . . . one of Coach Kavel's boys . . . aims to become an aviator. Football 1, 2, 3. WERT, BLAKE "Snort" COMMERCIAL Follows current affairs closely . . . wants to "see the world through a port hole" . . . builds model airplanes. Soccer 3. WERT, MARGARET Upeggyn GENERAL Another glee club yodeller .... skilled at sewing . . . good stu- dent . . . pleasing personality. Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Operetta 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 3. WERT, MILLARD "Wertie" GENERAL Likes to eat candy . . . autograph collector . . . always something to say . . . studies seem to be the least of his worries. Glee Club l, 2, 3: Operett 1, 2, 3. WILLIAMS, LLOYD "Lloy die" GENERAL Likes to be in on all the fun . . . inveterate wise cracker .... gentleman of leisure . . . another future sailor. Baseball 23 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 1332 l H 171 -g 141 THE 150 A ' '- I- QV BF? Anil ,.-nl ' WH NNWERSARY OF me SIGNING OF me mu 0 ' 9 5 XJ , Ag - he fp 4 ,.,,-.yaiif ,.,-wi' 'f":15:f5Eiill , , , liiifff' TS WILLIAMS, MARION "Mm" GENERAL Bashful . . . travels with her sis- ter . . . industrious . . . quiet . . . interested in sports. Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. WILLIAMS, ROY Hwindyn GENERAL Friendly . . . likes to tease the girls . . . high ideals . . . in- clined to exaggerate . . , believes that libraries are for studying only. Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 33 IXL 3: Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Baseball 25 Dramatic Club 3: Operetta 3. WOYTANIS, CECILIA "Celia" GENERAL Original in her ideas . . . earnest and industrious student . . . art is one of her hobbies. Intra-Mural Basketball 3. YANICK, MICHAEL "Mickey" COMMERCIAL Quiet . . . ambitious . . . reliable student . . . talented organist. Student Council 1, 2, 3. YANICK, SUE usuzyn GENERAL Constantly with "Geta" . . . glee club veteran . . . collects poems . . a charming girl with a pleas- ing disposition. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Intra-Mural Hockey 3. U92 YATSKO, MARY "Yotie" COMMERCIAL Jolly and gay . . . collects pictures of all kinds . . . generous . . . tireless worker. Intra-Mural Basketball 1. YODER, CHARLOTTE COMMERCIAL Agreeable . . . has a smile for everyone . . . prefers tall men . . . a sweet disposition. YODIS, JOSEPH f-Joe" GENERAL Quiet and reserved . . . confirmed bachelor . . . hates book reports . . . never hurries. YOKEMICK, RUSSELL "Rus" GENERAL Air-minded . . . prefers the wide open spaces . . . agreeable. YOUNG, OLIVE "Ossie" GENERAL Inquisitive . . . venturesome . . . curly locks . . . would like to be- come a nurse. Glee Club 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 3: Operetta 2, 3. 171 S, 141 :Lf- "' I a- I XXXJ 12'-K! alln ,nil " I6 ' THE '50"'ANN1vERsARY THE IGNING or me BILL Of R ffl-ilfaeaallf 1 5 'B Hrs ZALESKI, TEKLA "Teck" GENERAL Enjoys participation in sports . . . wants to be a nurse . . . quiet and studious. Intra-Mural Basketball 33 Intra- Mural Hockey 3. ZARKO, GEN EVIEVE ..Je,my,, COMMERCIAL Neat appearance . . . quiet . good student . . . wants to come a clerk. be- Intra-Mural Basketball 3. ZIMMERMAN, MAY "Daisy" COMM!-:Rc1AL Short and sweet . . . main ambi- tion is secretarial work , . . likes Temple Bailey stories . . . does her work well. 1 I ZINZARELLA, ALBERT "Zi-nz" GENERAL Expert with motors . . . loves his neighbor . . . poetry finds him unappreciative . . . conservative. Volley Ball 1, 2. ZUKOSKI, JOSEPHINE ..JU,. COMMERCIAL Friendly and jovial . . . likes to study . . . basketball fan . . , collegiate appearance . . . excels in typing. IXL 35 Carmelite 2, 35 Intra-Mural Volley Ball 23 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball l, 35 National Honor Soc- iety 3g Intra-Mural Hockey 35 Yearbook Staff 3. ZUMAS, ALBERT "Hudson" GENERAL Up to the minute in news .... knows all the answers . . . girl shy . . . Mr. Marwine's right arm .. . . aims to become indus- trial engineer. Track 1g Football 1, 23 National Honor Society 3: Traffic Tribun- al 35 Baseball 2, 3. ilu mentnriam MARY ELIZABETH RUCH Born July 29, 1923 Died November 12, 1940 1401 1412 JUNIOR CLASS Officers President JOHN RAKOSKI Secretary EVELYN LUCAS Treasurer JOSEPH BARLOW Advisors MISS DOROTHY L. VALLISH MR. GORDON A. MARWINE SOPHOMORE CLASS Officers President GEORGE GRIBBIN Vice President ROBERT SAUKAITIS Treasurer DOROTHY ZIEGER Advisors MISS EDNA M. ROWE MR. GEORGE R. CASARI TOP-Joseph Barlow, Evelyn Lucas, John Rakoski. BOTTOM-George Gribbin, Dorothy Zieger, Robert Saukaitis. l w Junior Class -k Room 202 FIRST Row rLeft to Rigntr-Mr. Hodrick, Florence Alexander, Mildred Ballent, Jean Adams, Ramona Brezinski, Rita Brezitski, Marie V. Bender. SECOND RoWfFrances Boris, Marie Anischyk, Genevieve Bender, Louise Brennan, Jane Brown, Marie S. Bender, Dorothy Carson. Anna Chabala, Claire Beacham, Helen Conches. Stanley Danilowicz. Ti-mm Row-Bertram Bickel, John Bernatowicz, Ben Bailey, Stanley Buczinski, Elmer Belfonti, Elwood Albot, Alexander Bulko, Bernard Butkiewicz. FOURTH Row-Victor Angeli, Edward Ambrose, John Brezicki, John Daniels, Vincent Conches. FIFTH Row-William Cezinski, Joseph Barlow, Donald Breslin, William Bush, Eugene Ambrose, Edward Boris, Edward Bilder, Leonard Bernas. Juniors if Room 203 Fms-r Row 4LeJ't to Riyhtr-Miss Scicchitano, Elizabeth Guthrie, Dorothy Deitz, Anna Fantini, Mae Erney. Bonnie Dixon. Lillian Duda, Caroline Degler. SECOND Row-Fern Galow. Victoria Greco. Elsie Gluchoski, Sara Flanagan. Betty Emschweiler. Anna Mae Geist, Edith Evert. June Herb. THIRD Row-Elizabeth Feudale, Fay Francis, Shirley Estock, Joanne Dondero, Rita Gluchoski. Dorothy Dobson. Dorothy Durovick, Eva Evans, Marion Deitz, Elizabeth Harlinski. Dorothy Horan. Fouirri-I Row-Stephen Fedock, Henry Frycler, Edward Honcz, James Ford, Joseph Foley, James Hamilton, Ermenio Greco, Glenn Evans, F11-"rr-I Row-Carl Grodzinski, Joseph Deklinski. Daniel Hamernik, Edward Eremich. Edward Gris- cavage, Leroy Dietrick, Harold Green, Clarence Gawain, George Gondal, Charles Eccher, Joseph Dempnock. Juniors wt' Room 204 Fnzsr Row lLeft to Right?-Miss Billman, Evelyn Kudrey, Dorothy Kruszka, Rita Kovaleski, Fay Lerch. Agnes Kovalick. Arlene Jatko, Celesta Lignow. SECOND Row-Mildred Kornacki, Dorothy Kovalick, Irene Lavish. Mildred Kehler, Betty Kerstet- ter, Helen Kashmere, Mary Kieski, Dorothy Jasielewicz. Timm Row-Lewis Kautter, Anna Krotchko, Dorothy Krouch, Victoria Lachoski. Eleanor Kowa- leski, Apollonia Karaveckas, Cecelia Kowaleski, Alma Kovack, Henry Kulick. Foumn Row-Peter Lombardo. Edward Kramer. Francis Klemas. Adolf Krasiewski. Irvin Levine. George Kazlauskas, Bernard Isanski. LAST Rows-Archie Jeffrey. Robert Long, Joseph Jatko. Henry Jakowski. Thomas Kirchoff. Leonard Little. Edward Jones, Frank Koncewicz. Paul John. Stanley Kuklinski, Roy Horsfield, Joseph Kulbickas. C422 I4 32 Iuniors i' Room 301 Finsr Row 1Left to RightIARita Marenick, Rita Muskett. Genevieve Madailis. Helen Motyka, Mary Menniti, Anna Merikas, Marie Michalski, Helen Mikulski, SECOND Row-Regina Marcinkowski, Virginia Malinoski, Miriam Miller. Margaret Mayer. Irene Malkiewicz, Cecelia Mikulski, Lucille Monzel, Charlotte Monzel. THIRD R0wAJoseph Michael, Evelyn Lucas, Ann Mochulski, Eugene Mattucci, Annail Michael, James McHugh, Walter Lord. Founrn Row-Joseph McDonald, John Matty, James McAndrew. Fred Ludes. Walter Lucas. Paul Martin, William Menapace. Fir-'ri-i Row-George Lukens. Samuel Michael, Warren Myers. John McFadden. Louis McDonald. Sylvester Miszkiel, Alphonse Meczkoski. Srxrn Row-Peter Nawrocki, John Mervine, Alfred Molick, Juniors if Room 302 FIRST Row 1Le,ft to Right!-Miss Starke, Helen Sarisky, Violet Povelaitis, Mildred Posipanko, Dorothy Ositko, Lois Rodgers, Elizabeth Rovinski, Claire Olshefski. Josephine Roshko, Miss Kealy. SECOND Row-Genevieve Pranskevich, Helen Pedergnana. Helen Palinski, Marion Painter, Ruby Riemer. Angeline Sabisinski. Cecelia Polomski, Matthew Rusnak. Ti-min Row-Eugene Pietrewicz, Geraldine Robson, Rita Prosiko, Ruth Rovnak, Betty Palmer, llaomi Noble, Dorothy Quinn. Robert Reinard. Fourrm Row-Martin Paliokas, Harold O'Donnell, Leslie Powell, Joseph Powell, James Powis. Peter Pittello. John Sarisky, John Rusnak. FIFTH Row-John Payakovich, Albert Norcavage, Zoltan Ragalyi, John Rakoski, Edward Raibeck. Iuniors il' Room 303 Fmsr Row 1Left to Rightl-Mr. Boyer, Regina Ulevich, Madeline Tambo, Charlotte Snyder, Jean Strausser. Jean Strawn. Mildred Sokol. Florence Semerod. Sylvia Unterbach. Sxccoun Row-Cecelia Swartz, Margaret Slachta, Leona Staller, Wilma Shull, Cecelia Sosnoski, Rose Scicchitano, Dorothy Smelter, Mildred Shiko. THIRD Row-Thomas Trocki. Edward Stebinski, Phyllis Strawn, Agnes Tostanoski. Esther Trout- man, Rita Shulski, Joan Sitko. Cyril Troyan. FouRTI-I Row-Joseph Trotsky, James Shutt, Edward Turick. Eugene Sitko. Michael Shuptar. Michael Stefanick, Francis Schuck. FIFTH Row-Edward Tycewicz. James Thomas. William Sharp, Allen Spotts. Myron Troyan, Robert Strausser. SIXTH Row-Leonard Sienkiewicz, John Slarfhta. John Semicek. Russell Troyan. George Stief. James Smith. Andrew Semicek. luniors if Room 305 FIRST Row 1Left to Right!-Mr. Marwine, Theresa 't7Varner. Olympia Zelinski. Dorothy Zecoski. Josephine Warner. Hedwig Zarko. Helen Zajeski. Dorothy Zema. Jean Vivino. SECOND Row-Leona Vitas. Mary Yohey, Betty Yetskie. Marie Wagner, Helen Zuk. Dorothy Urban. Flora Warner. Veronica Wisneski, Helen Warsheski. THIRD Row-Beatrice Weikel. Charles Wagner. Edward Wisdo. Daniel Yokemick. John Williams. Burt Wightman, Bernard Zelinski, FOURTH Row-Robert Wetzel. Ben Wilson. Leo Urbanski. Melvin Waski. Louis Visintaincr. Michael Yano. Alphonse Zelinski. FIFTH Row-Harry Yokemick, Peter Wasilewski. Burt Williams. Buddy Zaremba, Leo Witkoski. SIXTH Row-Francis Zawalick, John Zukowski, Mark Wary, William Wardrop. K4-1 452 Sophomore Class if Room 309 Fmsr Row 1Left to Rightr--Mr. Reese, Doris Burgarci. Gloria Borga, Jean Bailey, Mary Bridy. Rita Deluca. Rose Marie Brennan, Betty Barnes. Wanda Carson. Theresa Bottari. SECOND Row-Rose Bolstrum, Ethel Bastress, Anastasia Damarodis. Jean Augustine. Mary Burac- zewski. Anna Datazio. Grace Aurand. Mildred Bender. Gloria Calvaresi. Thelma Brokenshire. THIRD Row-James Becker, Albert Bridy. Paul Bolick. Mahlon Berkoski. Stephen Cillo. Marland Benner. Aloysius Danisiewicz. Frank Bolick. Thomas Bowers. Foumn Rowflfiarold Anthony. Edward DeGaetano, John Antico, George Battiste, Robert Belfonti, Joseph Bolick. John Bartol. Michael Bulko. Firri-1 Row-Henry Angeli. Louis Bridy. John Cousin. Joseph Cole, Thomas Chase. Joseph Brzes- kiewicz. Sophomores if Room 310 FIRST Row 1Left to Riglzth--Victoria Duda, Rita Homczyk, Dorothy Heiser, Doris Harner, Evelyn Durovick, Cecelia Jankowski, Arlene Evans, Anna Gudeliunas. SECOND Row-Mr. Casari. Aldo Eccher. Dorothy Klemashefski. Emily Kerestes. Margaret Galitski. Irene Kerestes, Emily Galinis. Michael Klacik, Emanuel Kerestes. THIRD Row-Clem Kapushinski. Francis Faleski, Alexander Greco. Joseph Kijewski. Merle Hos- good. Joseph Hovanes. George Hvizda. FOURTH Row-Joseph Ference. Joseph Kijauskas. Norman Jeffrey. Joseph Duni. Albert Kerestes. Stanley Dzwileski. Frrrx-r Row--Joseph Gedeika. Albert Eremich. George Gribbin. John Harry. Robert Hower. Ray- mond Gregor. Sophomores if Room 311 FIRST Row lLeft to Righth-Rita Losztyn. Martha Lisiewski. Ethel Kramer, Carolyn Marek, Caro- line Mattucci, Phyllis Krouch, Theresa Lazzaro, Dorothy Miller. SECOND Row-Jean Knvaleski, Anna Mihalik, Jeanette Lisiewski. Jean Koncewicz, Anna Kon- dracki. Lillian Koncewicz. Blanche Long. Lillian Kriskie. Anna Lesko. Clara Kowaleski. THIRD Row-Mr. W. S. Chesney, Dorothy Lobos, Dorothy Lisiewski, Irene Malkoski, Stella Merikas, Marie Koris, Virginia McFadden. Eleanor Kovach, Margaret Martz. Betty Miller. Fouivrn Row-Stanley Kuczewski. Robert Maurer, Anthony Mackiewicz, Raymond Lopko, Michael Mackavage. Augustine Lombardo. Henry Laskowski, Martin Kratovich. Robert Merlo. FIFTH Row-Francis Lobos. Norbert Medwick, Joseph Lubeski, Joseph Krivickas. John Klinger, John Kobi, Donald Mazari. Peter Kwiterovich. Sophomores if Room 312 FIRST Row lLej't to Rightl-Mr. Wm. McCall. Ruth Perzel. Tillie Pustelnick, Jean Price. Mary Pangrazzi, Evelyn Neumann, Irene Patricoski, Jessie Parry. Clara Muraczewski. Helen Naroleski. Rita Molesl-ci. SECOND Row-Anna Radziunas. Beatrice Murin. Elizabeth Ragalyi, Mary Okopinski, Dorothy Moskiewicz. Faye Peril, Beatrice Moleski, Eleanor Nardelli. Lillian Olshefski, Romona O'Reilly, Dorothy Paliokas. THIRD Row-Mae Nicholson. Stanley Povelaitis. Robert Nestor. Joseph Olshefski. John Petrevitch. Edward Pranskaitis. Jack Morgan, John Parsick. Walter Padden, LAs'r Rows-Michael Pachuta. Charles Muncathy, James Phillips. Thomas Price. Albert Payaka- vich. Victor Norcavage. John Perloski. William Ploppert. Thomas Pienkowski. William Powell. Peter Paskevich, Joseph Pieri. Paul Nodzak, Ray Olenchock. Joseph Novitsky. John Petruskevich. Daniel Palovich. 146 6477 Sophomores 'k Room 314 FIRST Row 1Left to RightJAMr. Nelson, Marie Shucler, Theresa Swartz. Harriet Snyder. Olga Raslevich. Anna Sarisky. Mae Scott, Anna Shuptar, Blanche Rupp, Doris Rupp, Dorothy Rubright. SECOND R0W4Leroy Sherman, Marie Shupinski, Genevieve Salasavage, Jean Sharp, Jeanne Stutz- man. Louise Samuel, Grace Ryan, Harriet Sadusky, Marie Shebelski. THIRD Row'-Glenn Schultz. Rita Sadusky, Irene Shierant, Genevieve Sienkiewicz, Catherine Scicchitano. Catherine Secula, Gloria Reitz, Gloria Snyder, Marie Sassani. FOURTH Row-Paul Slachta. Robert Stanaitis, Carl Ruths, Leonard Rodak, John Rovnak, William Ramage, Anthony Schetroma, Joseph Snyder, Frank Rydzewski. FIFTH Row-Joseph Rakoski, Joseph Ryan, James Rishar, Joseph Sulick, John Smith, Robert Saukaitis. Sophomores 'A' Balcony FIRST Row 4Left to Rightb-Jean Williard, Mary Wasilewski, Cecelia Zajeski, Madalen Vilkaus- kas, Jean Wert, Emma Weissinger, Betty Wagner, Mildred Zaleha. SECOND Row-Mary Zinzarella, Dorothy Zieger, Anna Vitas, Mary Zolnerovich, Charlotte Wil- liams, Bernice Wanzie, Jean Walsh. Katherine Voulelis, Helen Zaleski. THIRD Row-Mr. Breslin, Francis Wasneske, James Williams, Lamar Zimmerman. Theodore Walin- ski, Francis Trocki, Billy Williams, John Yuskalis, Raymond Warcheleski. John Wagner. Founri-I Row-Stanley Wasilewski, Lloyd Williams, Flint Wills, Nicholas Tolkach. Walter Wojcik. Frank Tushinski, John Zebiak. FII-'ri-I Row-Albert Zanella, Anthony Zinn, Ben Trefsgar, Conrad Tylenda, Charles Yodzis, Earl Wagner. Frank Zorica. ' 5 rr ,V ' ,..,1Qe' ..,15f i THE '50 ANNIVERSAR OF me E 516 6 or TH BILL Of RKJHTSE Autographs Aww, A L., gig J K. , I ' 'gywmft f al-an ' ' ' tlfbffwtj www- -I- M8 M97 Book III-Freedom of the Press f f r f f f f Congreyi shall make no law respecting an es- tablishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the gov- ernment for a redress of grievances. fArticle I of Bill of Rightsj 1,4- .4., - -,+:' l ' , ,,..s.5.'. L ' ,g.1'g':--bfiv3:1f-'fu -lb, Y . -- I--:.:a',QQ+ , - fi ' ' :+I fa-.i .,,....-- El 1 .i , , ' rv..:g.'r.g' ' ze- 'f ., .W ,A '- . K, 1 : 'lam ' ' " 'l I X . ,. .. Q Sail., ' ' , . 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FACULTY ADVISORfH Business Co-Ivlmmycrsi Anna Lucas Carolyn Bergstresser Advertising Co-Editors: June Ramage Marion Rodgers Advertising Coniniitteez Elinor Bridy Jean Buczko Betty Dedick Petronella Karaveckas Genevieve Eremich Vivian Davis Monica Bartasius Robert Ballent Donald Palmer Ann Mazur Margaret Neary Betty Cahoon Marguerite Fctsko Irene Kubick Martha Natalewicz AROLD D. REESE Pliotogmpliji Editor: James Smith Assistants: Lillian Vallish Harold Anthony Glenn Schultz Sports Editor: Daniel Shuptar Assistant Sports Editor: Thomas Galitski Art C0-Editm'::: Ellen Wardrop Patil Wargo Art Committee: Joseph Sawieki Carl Grodzinski Joseph Bernatavicius EDITOR IN CHIEF'-MARIAN PERSING Litc:'m'11 Co-Editors: Cecelia Pangrazzi Rita Belfonti Assistant Literary! Eclztn Dorothy Levandosky Marion Gihhoney Martha Chuprinski Literary Cum1n.itt.ee: Inez DeGaetano Curtis Longenberger Robert Rosendale Leonard Shaeffer Anna Schober Sue Yanick Myrle Wagner Sales MII7lIlflt'l'I Mildred Sokol TSI Assistant Sales Mmmgfer: Margaret Martz Sales Cmnniittee: Dorothy Zieger Lois Rodgers Jean Williard Betty Palmer Ruby Riemer Wanda Carson Jean Strausser Mary Menniti Sylvia Unterbaeh Head Typist: Marie Lereh Tllping Connnitlee: Betty Kramer Olive Young Helen Jaroszewiez Dorothy Domolevieh Wanda Meseravieh Rita Pilarski Josephine Zukowski Irene Saukaitis Dorothy Reiner on my National Honor Society Flnsr Row ILM! tu Rlfl'IflfCllIAtlS Lomzenberger. Marian Persirxg.1. Miss Elizabeth Howard tACll'iSfll", Raymond Malinoski. Cecelia Pangrazzi. SHFOND Rowflrene Sauknitis. Marie Lerch. Betty Kramer. Betty Cahoon. Anna Schober, Genu- vieve Ercmich. Wanda Meseravich. Timm Row-Rita Belfnnti, Marion Rodgers. Anna Lucas, Elinor Bridy. Lillian Vallish. Monica Bartasius. Josephine Zuknski. Fmrmn Row-Eduard Grybos. Thomas Galitski. Albert Zumas. Edward Guzevich. Robert Rosen- dale. Richard Smigelsky. John Bowers. Student Council FIRST Row 1Lejt to Rigylxtre--Elmer Belfonti. Ruby Riemer. June Sherman. Walter Brokenshirc. Marian Persing. Si-:UOND Row-Helen Mikulski. Mary Pangrazni, Dorothy Zieger. Jeanne Stutlman. Betty Kerstetter. Jean Strawn. Harry Hantzes. Emanuel Kerestes. THIRD ROW-Mr. McCall 1Ad11ism'r . Thomas McElwuu, Francis Lobos. John Antica, Michael Yanick, Burt Williams, Clarence Gawain. l Glee Club The Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Margaret Williams, has contributed greatly to the activity program during the year. Its most outstanding Work was the presentation of the annual operetta, iiB3fb3FOSS21 of Barbary". , i Dramatic Club The Dramatic Club, one of the largest organizations in the school, is composed entirely of members of the Junior and Senior classes. The club, under the direction of Mr. Charles Boleske, helped fill our year's assembly schedule with its presentation of a hilarious one act comedy, "Across the Teacupsn. f52 1532 Band The Red :ind White Band. which is composed of sixty-five talented musicians, has grown from diminutive proportions and with its increase in size has come an increase in proficiency, Besides presenting an annual ccncert. the band. whose aim it is to promote high school spirit. providcd lively music for athletic contests and pep meetings. Much credit should be given to Mr. Joseph Stief. the director of the band. for the splendid progress made during the past year. Carmelile Weekly Fuisr Row 1Lejl to Right!--Ethel Grcdzinski. Cecelia Pangrazzi, Rita Belfonti. Marion Gibboney. Mary Barlow. Irene Lavish. Betty Kramer. SEc'oNn Row-Robert Ballent. Dorothy Levandosky. Eleanor Lisiewski. Cecelia Anclrejcski, Mary Pangrazzi. Dorothy Herman. Martha Lisiewski, Rose Marie Brennan. Irene Malkiewicz. Jane Schucker. Leon Nark, Ti-:mn Row--Genevieve Eremich. Virginia Duda. Irene Saukaitis. Rose Pakierski. Dorothy Kova- lick. Rita Petroski, Betty Emschweiler. Rita Mare-nick. Dorothy Reiner. FOURTH Row-Vivian Davis, Martha Chuprinski. Dorothy Domolevich, Victoria Danisiewicz. Josephine Zukoski. Rita Pilarski. Wanda Mcseravich. Betty Dedick. Lillian Vallish. IXL The IXL is our high school magazine edited and published solely by the students under the advisorship of Mr. C. A. Nelson. During the past year the IXL staff has issued three very fine publications. Traffic Tribunal Fmsr Row 4Left to Rightr-Mr. Hodrick rAdvisuru. Arthur Shutt, Robert Ballent, Thomas Galit- ski. Aloysius Brennan. Walter Brokenshire, Emanuel Matis. Daniel Shuptar. SECOND Row-Samuel Greco, John Duni, Albert Owens. Joseph Bernas. Glenn Roberts. Donald Palmer, Vaughn Buehler. THIRD Row-Earl Herb. Harry Lukcns. Richard Smigelsky. O'Dillon Foulk. Albert Pavis. Clarence Ryan, Charles Gidaro. FOURTH Row-Robert Rosendale. Edward Augusicwicz, Leon Rynkicwicz. Joseph Bernot. Aldo Cortellini, Albert Zumas, John Bowers. K5-4 55 O Quill and Scroll Left to Rightf Rita Belfonti. Cecelia Pangrazzi, Marion Gibboney, Mary Barlow Cheer Leaders Girls' Drill Team I Kiwi-:LING :Left to Rightl-Raymond Washilewski, Edward Rakoski. Cecelia Pangrazzi, Rita Muskett. Jeanette Lisiewski. Emanuel Matis. Mary Leonetti, Walter Brokenshire. SrANu:Nc-James Hamilton. Petronella Karaveckas. :Left to Right?-Fay Francis. Anna Shuptar. Fern Galow. Josephine Chase. Helen M, Lucas Helen Kerdock. Eleanor Lisiewski. Jean Adams, Anna Mazur, Miss Mary Mayan 1Directressl. 7 7 tttttttttittttttt 3 4. Armistice Day parade. 5. After the game, 6. Al Pavis and Anna Shuptzir- -recorded music dance. . Dot Urban and Frank McSurdy-Sadie Hawkins dance, 1. Joe Bernot and Tommy Gnlitski. 2. Junior class skating party. . "Indian Love Cali" by Thos. McElwee and Ann Mazur. Girl SeoutsfArmistice Day pzxrzlde. Mr. Narusewicz. Grace Ryan, and Fay Leruh, Mr. Reese with the trusty Speed Graphic, Across the street. Tommy rides a bike. Schools out. Wiilinrd. Bnttari. Miller and Zivger. i U62 A 571 Assembly song program. Junior High shop. 4A11 other pictures on this page taken during 3rd, period Wednesdayy Typing. Typing--sections 11A and 11B, Room 311--study, Typing. Room 309--11G-Stenography. Room 301-fl1H-History. Room 312-study. Room 204-10C-History. Library--Ray Shutt and Joe Bernas pose Chemistry laboratory--11C -Chemistry. Sophomore Snow dance. National Honor Society banquet. Bonnie sneezes. Mr. MCHail interviews O'DiIlon Foillk. our only draftee. Wrestling team in bus headed for Shamokin. Candle light procession. "To my Valentine"--Jimmy :ind Mary. Participants in Sophomore assembly program, Game-'s over :Bonnie-. Ruby and Wandav. Eleanor Raber and Martha Nzitnlewivz. Yearbook dancef-"Drummer Boy". Len Grabuskigmorning after. "Over the TeaCups"-presented by Dramatic club. O8 Couch Morse with District 4 wrestling champs. Shamokin is buried at pep meeting. Fay Francis in Plane Geometry. Cheering section at Ashland game. Professor Nelson-Master cf Ceremonies. James McHugh surveys town park. Jeanette Lisiewski and Mary Pangrazzi. Jeffrey and Lukens "up to their old tricks Home Economics tea. Michael Mackavage-Sophomore initiation. Classes pass. Persing wins girls' ping-pong crown, 592 Quartet--Xmas program. Football managers-fShamokin game. Junior High party. Archie Jeffrey and Betty Rodgers4jitterbugging. Farmer Dance. Balcony scene during assembly. Athletic Association Banquet. OfTicials' table--Athens wrestling meet. Henry Kulick-Plane Geometry. Senior football boys. S010 by Carolyn Bergstressvr. Junior High group. Hal Grossman before Shamokin game. f60 612 Faculty again defeats seniors. Naomi Noble sings a solo in assembly, Ruby and Al try a waltz. The gang at the World's Fair, Bergstresser. Povelaitis and Persing. Jack Brezlcki- Asecond place in boys' ping-pong. Irene Saukaitis- -second place in girls' ping-pong. National Honor Society initiation, Student Council in session. Sylvia Unterbach demonstrates Plane Geometry Dot Urban and drill team at Shamokin game Coaches session before Ashland game. Typical classroom pose. Pep meeting. Junior High School Faculty. 6. Roosevelt Junior High School. McKinley School Faculty, 7. McKinley School Building. Stevens School Faculty. 8. Stevens School Building, Garfield School Faculty. 9. Garfield School Building. Washington School Faculty. 10. Washington School Building. f62 'k 'k 'k i' i' 'k i' 'A' 'A' t i' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'k i' 'A' 'A' 'k i' i' t 'A' 'A' 1632 Book Jllfy if af ff if if 1 ar if if if ARTICLE VI. In all eriminal proreentionr, tbe aernreal rball enjoy tbe rigbt to a rllieeely ana' public trial by an irn- partial jury of tbe state ana' district wberein tbe crime Jball bare been committed, which district shall have been previous- ly ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusationg to be confronted with the witnesses against himg to have compulsory process for ob- taining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense. ARTICLE VII. In sniff at eoinmon law wbere tbe nalne in controversy rball exceed twenty tlollarr, tbe rigbt of trial by jnry Jball be prererved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law. ALOYSIUS BRENNAN VINCENT OLCESKI LASNLANO GAME LSHINANDOAN QAM! LAS!-ILAND GAME ALBERT PAVIS EDWARD GUZEVI 4. SRAMOKHI C-:AME sions' KAVEL c:r.A ence RYAN R HEAD COACH 1 .V 1 .posses-a summer -9955 1 ALDO CORTSLLINI, CAPTAHO EDWARD AU6US!EWlCZ DANIEL Sl-IUPTAU. STUDENT MANAGER Vw HUNRY WASKlW!CZ Aiullblb GAME MAKAUOY CITY GENE SHEMOKIN GAME SHAMOKIN GBME THO5AAS GALQ1-gygg ALBBRT Owens Joisvu AMBROSE Assns-rAN'r coAcN Effie., v 3 x.1 E 2, 4 A112331 NIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF THE BIL Varsity Football Fmsr Row lLeft to Right!-George Kavel rHcrzd Coachr, Leonard Sienkiewicz, Edward Augusie- wicz, Thomas Galitski, Joseph Bernot, Eugene Ambrose, Aloysius Brennan. Joseph Bernas, Henry Waskewicz, Edward Guzevich, Aldo Cortellini 4Captainb, Albert Pavis, Daniel Shuptar lMcmagery. SECOND Row-H. D. Schaeffer lFaculty Director of Athleticsb, Leslie Powell. Daniel Hamernik, John Rakoski, Vincent Ulceski, William Sharp, Peter Paskevich, Clarence Ryan, Peter Wasilewski, Fred Ludes. Frank Zorica, Joseph Barlow. Edward Raibeck, Joseph Jatko, Joseph Ambrose 4Assistant Coachl. THIRD Row-Stanley Kuczewski, Leonard Rodak, Walter Lucas. Lewis Kautter, Joseph Gedeika, James Rishar, Peter Lombardo, Albert Zanella, Albert Owens, Edward Jones, Vincent Conches. FOOTBALL RECORD-SEASON OF 1940-1941 Won 9, tied 1, lost 1 M.C.H.S. Opp. vFSept. 6 Mount Carmel Township Chornej 35 0 i'Sept. 13 Blythe Township Chomel 14 7 i:Sept. 20 Tamaqua Cawayb 20 0 Sept. 27 Lewistown Chomej 33 6 :1'Oct. 4 Mahanoy City Chorneb 27 13 1'Oct. 11 Coal Township Chornej 6 7 ":Oct. 18 Kulpmont Chomeb 39 0 :iOct. 25 Shenandoah Cawayj 0 0 "'Nov. 2 Ashland Cawayl 42 0 'liNoV. 8 Minersville Chomej 40 0 Nov. 28 Shamokin Chornel 2 0 Total Points 258 33 klndicates both Eastern Conference and Southern Anthracite Conference games. FOOTBALL LETTERMEN SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Edward Augusiewicz Edward Guzevich Eugene Ambrose John Rakoski Joseph Gedeika Joseph Bernas Albert Pavis Jade-ph Jatko Daniel Hamernik Stanley Kuczewski Joseph Bernot Clarence Ryan Edward Jones Peter Wasilewski Peter Paskevich Aloysius Brennan Vincent Ulceski Leonard Sienkiewicz Fied Ludes Frank Zorica Aldo Cortellini Henry Waskewicz William Sharp Edward Raibeck Thomas Galitski Daniel Shuptar 1Managerl Leslie Powell f66! -- 17 1? -gf 1 41 Q la, LP?-7 ii- ':2b?f-as-Zi 1, ,-z'72E'21E?: -115: rw NNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING or THE BILL . THE "'5ifU"'- X , , .ani 323322-" . Junior Varsity Football Fmsr Row 4LeJ't to Righty-Albert Jones 1Coach3, George Battiste, Robert Hower, John Gredzin ski, Glenn Frasch, Victor Norcavage, Joseph Costello, James Slotterback, Edwin Green, William Hodrick 1CoachJ . SECOND Row-Raymond Lopko, Albert Horsfield, Joseph Hinkle, Herman Wright, Jack Klinger, Marland Benner, Ben Trefsgar, Joseph Rakoski, Joseph Novitski, Albert Ermolovich. Ti-mm Row-Earl Wagner, James Feudale, Robert Drucis, Robert Williard, Stanley Povelaitis, Thomas Jurkiewicz, Jerome Schoffler, William Ploppert, Edward Suchacki. Founn-I Row-Francis Coyle, James Rogers, Michael Klacik, Lloyd Williams, John Snyder, Ray Olenchock, Albert Ulceski, Raymond Costello, Henry Laskoski, Richard DeConcini. Frrri-1 Row-Melvin Marwine, William Hooper, Daniel Sawicki, Henry Shamanski, Frank Gred- zinski, John Petrovich, John Petruskevich, Francis Faleski. Six-ri-I Row-John Seiple, William White. Thomas Shuptar IMGRGQCTP, Harry Yokemick fManagerl, John Blessing lManagerb, William Repko lMzmagerl, William Knock, Joseph Karpinski, Robert Wert. SEASON'S RECORD C1940-19415 Kulpmont ..... . ......... . . . Mount Carmel Township. . Shamokin ..... . ......... . . . Shamokin .. 'fa , Q f Exif 9 NN gi-5'f,?Y:47 fl Chomej . Chomej fhomej Cawayh M.C.H.S. Opp. 14 33 0 6 7 6 7 18 an-I "' PSN S0 ' Q I ' Ullll -' in vo Xl THE I5 H- A - -,477 moms D OTHANNIVERSARY OF THE x5lGNuNo OF THE BILL Of ' Varsity Basketball Sr-:Aran 1Left to Right?-Louis Mutch, Leonard Grabuski, Stephen Pachuta 4Captainr, John Ane- lauskas, Leonard Little. STANDING-Lewis Visintainer 1Mmmagerr, Emanuel Matis, James Thomas, Alphonse Zelinski, Paul Varano, Louis McDonald, Lewis Kautter, George Kavel lC0flCll,l. Mount Pl:Mount Mount eMount Mount :f:Mount Mount Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Seniors Stephen Pachuta Louis Mutch Leonard Grabuski John Anelauskas Emanuel Matis Paul Varano ASON'S RECORD 11940-19413 . . . . Hazle Twp. 38 .. . . . . Kulpmont 27 . . Minersville 46 CoalTwp. 32 . . . . .. Shamokin 37 Mt. Carmel Twp. 26 Mount :5:Mount Mount :tMount :E'M3unt Mount illndicates Keystone League Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Games . . . . . Minersville 35 Coal Twp. 33 ....... Freeland 31 ...... Kulpmont 45 Mt. Carmel Twp. 38 .. . . . . Shamokin 40 KEYSTONE LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS Kulpmont 35 Mount Carmel 27 Kulpmont MLS. 4, Ah- 0 -J ,I if! Q31 BASKETBALL LETTERMEN zzz?-'XX - he A U' N , A up A...-... 40 Juniors Leonard Little James Thomas Alphonse Zelinski Lewis Kautter Lewis Visintainer CManagerJ 1682 E.:,::x ...rsh 3:5 1791 ' 3 55- ,,.. 4 1941 fffffffef.. ci - :E-'J' fr THE I5 t"""f"f-'a2aa1llf- A l41llIff5fa'-lW""'" GH i n OTHANNFVERSARY or THE 2 SIGNING or me BILL of R' F i691 Iunior Varsity Basketball SEAT:-:n 1Left to Righti-Lloyd Williams, Michael Mackavage, John Smith, John Morgan, Stanley Povelaitis. STANDING-GEOTgE Davis 1Coachb. William Williams. Michael Klacik, Joseph Lubeski, Albert Eremich, Walter Padden, Michael Pachuta, Annail Michael 4Managerb. SEASON'S RECORD C1940-19,413 Mount Carmel 17 ....................... Kulpmont 21 Mount Carmel 22 ....... Minersville 30 Mount Carmel 27 .... Coal Township 27 Mount Carmel 18 .......... Shamokin 48 Mount Carmel 27 . . . . . . Mount Carmel Twp. 34 Mount Carmel 31 ...... Coal Township 29 Mount Carmel 25 Conyngham Twp. 31 Mount Carmel 18 ............ Kulpmont E7 Mount Carmel 24 . . . . . . Mount Carmel Twp. 25 Mount Carmel 29 .....,.. Shamokin 45 I Q' cf "ttf mg ,B if E E ij snnun"" j 4 J f if Q VW 8 f.f,.,::,s v 3 x.J 'L 4 EEET . 4 ' .-n:l2232ag.m2fff - ' L . NIVERSARY OF THE 5IGNlNo OF THE BIL Cross Country Fmsr Row 1Le,ft to Right!-John Kobi, Joseph Kijauskas, James Adams, Robert Jones. Harry Hantzes, Howard Evans, James McHugh. SECOND Row-Gerald Breslin lCoachb, Russell Knarr. John Matty, Curtis Longenberger, XVayne Evans, George Hvizda, John Brezicki 1Manugerh. SE Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount AiSON'S RECORD 11940-19417 Carmel 17 . John Harris 38 Carmel 15 Kulpmont 40 Carmel 38 .... Lebanon 27 Carmel 3125 . . . . . . Reading 23112 Carmel 28 .. Pottsville 27 Carmel 18 ................... Birdsboro 37 Carmel 31 ...... . ............. Lancaster 24 Won 3, Lost 4. Mount Carmel placed first in the District 4 P.I.A.A. meet at Bloomsburg State Teachers College. Mount Carmel placed second to Reading in the League Meet at Pottsville. L E T T E R M E N Seniors RobertJones G? v'f2if B N, Harry Hantzes If L YA, ' 1 Wayne Evans ' M Juniors X f Robert Bookman L 7 .fl Andrew Bekech FAQJA ' Xggifvrl-'f' John Brezicki CManagerJ All Sophomores John Kobi Joseph Kijauskas Freshmen James Adams 1701 75.5. fy:-5 1791 3 -g g? 4 1941 -if Si- fic? fr ,.-fi? THE 'S -.....alfa-m2ai11la- A -'l",,:5?5Z5l"i:::"1 ' ,GH i 0"'ANNuvERsARY OF me sfemmo OF THE emu Of R P U12 Sz-:A-ran 1Left to Right!-John Sienkiewicz, Dario Belianti, Cyril Troyan, John Wojcik, Bertram Bickel. STANDING-Reno Bridy 1Manage1'1. Alfred Morse 1Coachl, Bernard Butkiewicz, Russell Troyan, John Zukowski, Leslie Powell, Harry Yokemick lManageTJ. SEASON'S RECORD 41940-19415 Mount Carmel 19 ..... Lock Haven Mount Carmel 22 ....... Sharnokin Mount Carmel 41 .. ..... Athens Mount Carmel 24 .... . . . Sunbury 23 Mount Carmel 31 18 Mount Carmel 25 3 Mount Carmel 24 18 Mount Carmel 12 Won 6, lost 2. Scores of Teams participating in District No. Mount Carmel 33-Shamokin 18-Sunbury 14 Shamokin 8 .. . .... Muncy 13 ... ... Sunbury 15 . . . . . . Steelton 22 4 Meet. -Muncy 6. DISTRICT TITLE HOLDERS John Woj cik .... Bertram Bickel ....... 85 lb. Class 95 lb. Class Russell Troyan . . Leslie Powell ...... 135 lb. Class FINALS AT PENN STATE Leslie Powell and John Zukowski placed second in the W R E S T L I Seniors Dario Belfanti John Sienkiewicz Aldo Cortellini Reno Bridy CManagerJ NG LETTERMEN Juniors Leslie Powell Bertram Bickel Bernard Butkiewicz John Zukowski CCaptainJ Cyril Troyan Russell Troyan John Zukowski .. .... 145 lb. Class .. .... 155 lb. Class State Meet. Freshmen John Woj cik '57'Fs::.. ' X., 4 -mai? .-.. 127 .,::5?5f HE a--., In , all ..-.-I QGHTS i T '50"'ANNuvfRsARY OF we E 5fGNIN6 or me BILL Of R i Track T 'M' Fxnsr Row lLeft to Righty-Joseph Kijewski 1Manage'rl, Marland Benner. Leonard Rodak, Bernard Bernatowicz, Joseph Kijauskas, William Bush, Charles Eccher, Alexander Greco lManage'rl. SECOND Row-Emanuel Matis, Andrew Hvizda. Harry Hantzes, Thomas Galitski, Robert Jones, Curtis Longenberger, Albert Owens, Gerald Breslin 11-lead Coachy, William Hodrick 1Assistant Coachb. TI-mm Row-John Brezicki, Edward Jones, Donald Breslin. Mark Wary, Howard Evans, John Payakovich, James McHugh, Frank Zorica, Edward Honcz, William Conches, Peter Nawrocki, John Rakoski. FOURTH Row-Albert Pavis, Joseph Bernot, Vincent Ulceski, Paul Wargo, Peter Lombardo, James Adams. 1 9 4 1 S C H E D U L E April 10 .. lnterclass Meet April 19 .. ..... Kulpmont April 26 . . . . . ....... Penn Relays April 29 .. ................. Bloomsburg May 3 ..... ...... C oaldale Invitation Meet May 10 ........ Mount Carmel Invitation Meet May 17 District 4 Class A Meet Mount Carmel May 24 ......... P.I.A.A. Finals at Penn State May 29 . . ..... Pottsville Relay Carnival fqfx " W ,?Z "f?Q .,fQ cf ' ' f .-P Q .55 ' QL? I 1- Q 4, k sy N 04: ,L 'Q lj Q, , - di al C A Q f """'A ' a'rM.i.-'LQ 11:11 -5 V f .-anal., C A I- U2 . 7' EE? .. ,:::::. 1 441 , .. :Se Q-.-fe I73! N IVERSARY or me SIGNING or me BILL fifirs. gFf:5frq 1 gg 4 9 .--'SEE' ..- E7 s " i fF"iEf5""'- A ' ' +i4"'mZi"WHL ' Q Baseball Fmsm Row lLeft to Right!-Joseph Mrofka, Michael Semicek, Albert Zumas. Aloysius Brennan Stephen Pachuta, Walter Brokenshire. Sisconn Row-Harold Anthony 4Managerb, Edward Raibeck, Alphonse Zelinski, Leonard Little Joseph Barlow, Thomas Bowers lManage'rl, George Davis 4Coachl. Tumi: Row-Joseph Michael, Peter Paskevich, Joseph Jatko. April April April April April May May May May May May May 1941 SCHEDULE 15 .. ....... Aristes Cawayj 22 .. .... Frackville Cawayb 25 .. .... Ashland fawayj 29 .. Shamokin fhereb 30 .. Elysburg Cherel 3 ............. St. Clair Qawayb 5 ............ Frackville fherej 9 Mahanoy Township Chereb 10 ............... Aristes Chereb 14 ........... Shamokin fawayj 19 .... Elysburg Cawayl 20 . . .. .... . . . Ashland fherej May 27 .... . ......... St. Clair Cherej May 29 .. Mahanoy Township Cawayl S !t S x0 , Q I I I T e s Q pq 1' K! Q: ,,.' w,JQmmf YQ'9' ' , x fu :ii-1 33. v. ,, Sports Parade Anelaiiskas to Grabuski in Shamokin game. Under thc basket in Kulpmont g3l"l1C. Cyril Trnyan in Shamokin meet. Bertram Bickel holds Ste-clton opponent. Five way tie takes cross country race with Leslie Powell grapples with Shamokin foe. Kulpmont. Pachuta shooting foul in game with Kulpmont, Adams - a close secund in Lebanon mcct. Belfanti receives instiuctions. District 4 cross country champions. Zukowski pins Steelton foe. Jones in District meet at Susquehanna U. in 1940. I7-1 f f--al-134 ,. mf- ,X 35325 'fo Lg' K ax, ,gf ww, 151 ' -T. 'Xi QL w L i K.. ,,, N Following IS the Line-up of Carmelile Advertisers.. THE PINE BURR BARBECUE Mount Carmel-Shamokin Highway CRoute 1225 We specialize in BARBECUED SANDVVICHES Sz DELICIOUS PLATTERS Refreshments, Music, Dancing ..... Phone 9732 C arf: Scrwirfv Day and N ight S. R. MOYER Wholesale Fruit mm' Produce EAST FIFTH STREET l Q!lZ'76Zl!7'flL67"5 as low as lOc per day NEW and REBUILT ' Be sure to see the 1 Mw Royal with Magic Margin l Stecker's Book Store Id WHETHER itls a year book, a booklet, a cata- log or a pamphlet, a brochure, broadside . . . for asking whether it's big or little, simple or complex, deluxe or economical . . . our well-equipped and highly skilled organization is capable of handling it from beginning to end . . . from originating the idea to preparing the finished job for shipment . . . Call us in while the job is being planned. GRIT PUBLISHING COMPANY WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Ufftiyls ' Engmffm ' Trinlem ' 73im!e1's Have you myfecz' METZ GER, S o Jlfmle by the MOUNT CARMEL BREWERY Baum's Sporting Goods S U N B U R Y QA!! Spam Eqzzgbmem' KESSLER'S . . . Leading jewelers for DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Heazafqmzrlefff jiff Gmdmiion GMU 38-40 South Oak Street Compliments of A FRIEND D. A. Kessler Construction Company I nco rpomted 124 EAST AVENUE PYARD 'If'H1Ro AND PINE STREETSD MOUNT CARMEL, PA. Culm Recovery Road Maintenance Excavating, etc. Road Construction Stripping, Grading Excavating a Specialty TELEPHONES: Residence 213-Office 2 l 3-Yard 409-R SUSQUEHANNA UN1vERs1TY An accredited co-educational college offering the following standard courses: Liberal Art: and Sclcncor Teacher Training Bmlnerr Administration Pro-Medical Commercial Education Pro-Dental Public School M uric C'onrrc Pre-Legal F our Years' Soloist Course in M mic Pre-Theological For Catalogue and Book of Views, write SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY, SELINSGROVE, PA. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1941 Tezmmozmi Photo Seeoiee Tbolo Finifheef Specialists Girardville, Pa. . . . Commereiez! Plooiogmpbeef in Electrical Flash Groups Com PI.I M IcN'I Mount Carmel Dental Society Always the newest things in Clothing, Shoes, and DR bl. .x. MORRISON DR Al. P. MORRISON Furnishings f or y o u n g IJR bl. I.. HINKLIC f DR I1 R. eoRoNI'I'I I men 0 taste DR c. A. Flill-'ICR IDR. M. I.. H,xRTIiR IDR H. I.. LQGAN DR 'I'. A. HICK IDR H. H. MAGINNIS DR -1. V. BRAZUSKY ' IDR. P. .-I. SCHNICIDICR Suef 86 Sons DR. A. MINERICK North Oak Street DR. H. .-X. DECKER Compliments of Coolbemfive Stores WOODRlNG'S 1-1 BEIERSCHMITT P. bl. COSGROVIC GLOWACKI BROTHERS A. F. TAMANINI EDWARD FEIFER KITTY BOYER JOSEPH SHUDA RAY oCHs GEORGE WILKINSON FEUDALEE STORE MRS. MARY KAZLAUSKAS VV0 Delifuer--Phone Your Order Compliments of COLONIAL COLLIERY CORPORATION Compliments of Reecls Ice Cream Company I efflwazyy Good Compliments of Hotel Penmylmnm THE ARISTOCRAT OF NITE-CLUBS Featuring BILL KURTZ AND Hts ORCHESTRA Quality Cleaning Since l869 Millers PIONEER CLEANERS Personalized Service CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE l9 West Second Street Mount Carmel f We refuse ff' . ' to GAMBLE ' with youfg D f Sickness is a sufficient misfortune in itself without adding to its seriousness or prolongation by inferior medicaments. This pharmacy realizes its great responsibility when entrusted with your doctor's pre- scription. We permit no commercial con- sideration to influence us in our purchase of quality drugs, and adhere strictly to our policy of accurately compounding for you just what your doctor ordered. Pac:huta's Pharmacy Compliments of MOUNT CARMEL BARBERS' UNION flFFICI-ERS: Prerident, joseph Patrick Vice Prerident, William Rodgers Secretary, Harry Keihm Treafurer, William Cezinski Compliments of joseph G. Zecoski JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Stanley Yezerski FUNERAL PARLO RS at 332 South Oak Street Mount Carmel DEPENDABLE SERVICE At All Times FOR BETTER GAS and OIL STOP AT OUR SERVICE STATION R. VARANO 7th and Oak Sts. Call Mount Carmel, Pa. The Mount Carmel Item Compliments of George Haldane PRINTERS of THE CARMELITE Extends Congratulations to the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-one Albefiini Motor C0 B U I C K Compliments of p Q N T I A C W. 5. HIGGINS ESTATE CHEVROLET . GUARANTEED "OK'l USED CARS 218 West Third Street Mount Carmel D.-XY AND NIGHT SICRVICI Phone 116 - 'E w Q 5.5 'Q Z k S Sf Q K Q'-4 'Q 'Q bo 'Nl G 'N f'W 3. xx Q 'NA 'N QQ, 'QS ll '43 YQ Q 'Q S s '54 '94 is -CI 4-a 3 O UD 01 ff! OO U CI O .-CI D-4 armel, Pa.- C J-I C D .2 Z. uf cn .M cu C CG CVE v--4 Compliflzmztf of Local Dairy M I L K I C li C R E A M ' 621-623 Spruce St., Kulpmont Phone 2261 COMPLIMENTS OF Shovlm C9 Hamm' I Mower 5 Wdyjmye Dam! RECREATION CENTER if phone 479 33 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pa. Mount Carmel Compliments of Ashland-Shamokin Hartmnft 31 Ryan Auto Bus Heavy Duty Trucking and Stripping Co. 20 East Avenue Mount Carmel, Pa. Phone 9 G. E. Refrigerators Washers Kerstetter Print Shop IJRINTING W. C. Hack 81 Sons and Tcpendable BIN DIN G HARDWARE C 25 North Walnut Street lVIount Carmel, Pa. Rddiw Cleanem, Phone 6264 Air Conditioners L pl f COMPLIMENTS OF AKELAITIS PHOT0 STUDIOS 246 South Oak Street Mount Carmel TE TE 'S CLOTHES SHOP PETE MEHOK WYNNE CALLAGHY A. Rockafller Co. Compliments of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS George "Chick" O W1ll12mS 39 West Fourth St., Mount Carmel Phone 190 I PAINTS, ENAMELS, STAINS, Compliments VARNISHES Of For the better class of work There ix ez Varcmft product for A F R I E N D every kind 0fP1zint Job MOUNT CARMEL REPRESICNTATIVE- john Wardrop 8: Son Hardware Merchants 27 South Oak St.-Phone 374 Compliments of A FRIEND Bridy Motors R. P. BRIDY, Prop. STANIJARD ESSO DISTRIBUTOR G M C TRUCKS OLDS and CADILLAC Sales and Service Corner Fifth and Locust Streets Phone 232 Arthur Thurner Distributor of VALLEY FORGE mm' GIBBONS' BEER and ALE 241 West Olive Street Phone 413 Shenk 81 T ittle EVERYTHING FOR SPORT 313 Market Street, Harrisburg Phone 3-6067 EQQNQMY Frank Lyons Derry GROCERY STORES BUY FROM YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Home Owned and Home Operated QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS HOMOGENIZED MILK I 1 13 South Orange St. Phone 121 M ozmt Cermel's Leading Dairy Mll.l.ER'S AUTO SUPPLY, Inc. 41 South Oak Street DR. W. A. SNYDER Optometrist ACCESSORIES TOYS SPORTING GGODS RADIOS THIRD AND OAK STREETS Phone 400 Phone 104-9 PHYLLIS FASHION SHOPPE M illirzery, Hosiery Ladies, Accessories 39 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone9765 HOUSE WARICS PAINTS, OILS and BRUSHES WARDROP'S HARDWARE 27 South Oak St. LAWN ,md GARDEN SEEDS GARDEN TOOLS UBARBIZONH V I . . . I he famous line of Slips, Pajamas, Gowns and Robes UMOJUIY' The Dependable Hose HOSIERY SHOP Mrs. li. M. Stiel' Compliments of VICTORIA THEATRE E. FADROWSKI P1'U,vfl Mt'IIfJ' and Grocfzzicx Second and Pear Streets Phone 523 Compliments of NESBITT'S CUT RATE STORE 1 , . . Mount Carmel Original and Only Cut Rate Fourth and Cali Streets Compliments of R AND R MILK BAR 136 VVest Third Street Nlount Carmel "Tha otlzerx meet here, fwfzy not you?" ANTHONY WARAKCMSKI lVfL0lU.f11lc C2071 favtiom, Cigrzrx, C igarettex 27 South Poplar St. Phone 623 Compliments of A. VISINTAINER NEW YQRK gl-'QE SHINE AND MOTOR SERVICE STATION HAT CLEANING PARI.OR 36 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pax. M obilgzzx and Oil Viaduct and Midvalley Road Phone 9729 HARDWARE, WIRE-FENCING CEMENT, PAINT, OIL and GLASS REINER BROS. Building Supply Co. 428 South Market Street lil'liRY'I'HlNG TO BUILD A HOME Compliments of DR. B. J. MILLARD TOM CUFF GULF SERVICE STATION F irestonc Tires AVICNUIC AND OAK STREET Phone 828 Cwzgnztulzztiom and Best Wishes T0 the Clays of '41 POPULAR FINANCE CO. lnc. Guarantee Trust Co. Bldg. Third and Oak Streclw S. A. RICIMHRT, Manager Phone l l44 Compliments ot KAKIEL BEAUTY SALON KAY and JULIA, Proprietors Phone 402 533 East Second Street Compl imcnts of JOHN'S AUTO PARTS M acrhine Shop 139 North Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pa. Compliments of LYONS LAUNDRY Phone 21-M Compliments of JOS. G. MAY Plumbing Heating and Roofing Mount Carmel, Paz. ESTELLE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permanent Waving A Specialty L.-X'1'l'IS'I' HAIR STYLING Phone 1019 113 South Maple Street MARWINE BEAUTY SHOPPE 47 West Fourth Street Phone 210 We Specialize in Wedding and F uneral Designs RHOADES FLORIST Fifth and Willow Streets Phone 1237 NICK'S TAILOR SHOP Dry Cleaning, Tailoring St Dyeing 205 South Oak St. fliietwcen Fifth and Sixth Streets! Phone 95-R HOSIERY MILL STORE Direct F rom M ill 35 East Third Street Mount Carmel Compliments of PAUL SOULGES "Fleming T0 the Eye- ,Nuf Snldl' KRAMER BROS. Better BEVERAGES 129 NORTH WALNUT ST. ' Phone 560 Compliments of CHARLES H. REITZ Attorney-At-Law Mount Carmel H. J. POWIS Paint Headquarters ZI6 SOUTH APPLE STREET Mount Carmel , . ' . Compliments of FAGLEY SHOE STORE Compliments of LOUIS COHEN, Esq. Compliments of MARLAND E. BENNER General Insurance Phone 271-R "IfW1m1 you my it with flower my it with ours" SCH ELL'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 564 208 South Oak Street rx, Compliments I A FRIEND Compliments of Best Wisltci' To the Graduates of 1941 HOWENS'I'INE'S CONFECTIONERY SHIMKo,S 120 East Third Street Good-Rich Milk Products Mount Carmel CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO CLASS Ol" '41 REA AND DERICK, Inc. VIH' fill Prescription: from all Doctors '1'l-HRD AND OAK S'l'R1fl'f'1'S Mount Calrlnel, Pax. Meet Your Friends .-Xt Our Soda Grille Compliments of THOMAS W. H. RAMAGE 5-7 West Avenue Nlount Carmel, Pa. Home Ofzwzvd and H Omer Operated Compliments of E. MAY WARDROP THIRSTY? JUST WHISTLE! I WHISTLE BOTTLING WORKS 'Ilnneeki and Sons S26 WRST SECOND STREET Mount Carmel, Pal. Compliment: ol' G. R. KINNEY CO., Inc. World? Largest Retailers of POPULAR PRICED SHOES 4-25 Stores-W5 Factories Local Store 1 12 South Oak Street Compliments ol' A FRIEND Compliments of CRYSTAL BEVERAGES 119-125 South Lemon Street Phone 630 Bert Wirlws for tht: Clzm' of '41 PENMAN'S PLUMBING 18 West Fifth Street Mount Carmel, Pu. W. B. Compliments of 13-15 South Oak Street El-MER J- DE'-CAMP Mount Ctttmtl, Pa. Chief Burgess Compliments of GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Compliments of 219 south oak sttttt "" 0- MUSER Mount Carmel, Pa. Attorney-pn-Lavv Phone 1068 A. A. KASHMERE-Grocery Store 434 Melrose Street Marion Heights CARLETON M. STROUSS Attorney-At-Law P. O. S. OF A. BUILDING THIRD AND OAK STREETS MOUNT C,-XRMICI, Compliments of REBA MILLER DRESS SHOP Shamokin, Pa. Compliments of CHARLES J. LUCAS Umlertrzleer Compliments ol' Sig I2 : 1 2 'film f T: i E 471' 3 5'1B Men's and Boys' Clothiers l-L3-l-17 SOUTH OAK ST. Mount Carmel Compliments of ROBERT GIBSON Compliments of W. H. YODER-Insurance Agent Telephone 1226 Second Floor, Woolworth Bldg. We Specialize in Corsages W. F. HALEY WEDDING AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Green H owe Locust Gap-Telephone 419-W Salexroom Mount Carmel Pa' II9 North Oak Street, Mount Carmel Phone 803 Compliments of Vleats Poultr and 1 t Y MID-NITE CAFE Groceries ZVIUNHI ClIIl'll1l'l,J' Popular Nita Spa! 123 NORTH OAK S'l'RlCI'lrl' Phgng 5 233 South Oak St. Wall pa pt'1'-Pzzifzts-Ha1'd10ezrLP COHEN'S Sth and Oak Streets Mount Carmel Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Compliments of ANN PELUS BEAUTY SHOPPE Z9 West Second Street Phone 1109 "Tmlt1y'1 perlzmueflr mme eretzref t0mor1'ofc'.f coiffuref' BILL'S STADIUM GRILLE loo FICICT 1-'RoM MT. CARMEL STADIUM Bob Delaney's Bobcats With Bob Delaney, and Tony Gillotti, Vocalist singing the songs you like S livery Wednesday and Saturday HAIVIBURGS-SANDWICHICS IIICICRS, WINES AND LIQUORS N. L. BOYER Local and Long Distance IVIoving 242 VVICSII THIRD S'I'RI'lI'i'I' Mount Carmel, Pai. PHONIC HHS Compliments of A FRIEND See Bernard Cino Save on Tires, Batteries IVIotor Oil Auto Supplies Dean Phipps Auto Stores 21-23 S. Oak St. E112 C551 Shop George D. Miller, Prop. GRADUATION AND THANK YOU CARDS GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MAGAZINICS--NliWICS'I' BOOKS I5 West Third Street Compliments ol' JAMES A. MORRIS GEO. F. LANUSKEY Tailor-Clotlzier 234-238 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pa. Compliments ol' PIPA'S SERVICE STATION NU-BLU SUNOCO GAS Fifth and Grape Streets Mount Carmel FESSLER'S SERVICE STATION Atlantic Gas and Gil QUICK CHICICRFUI, SERVICE Fifth and Market Streets Robert R. Fusslcr, Prop. Compliments of E. R. SAMUEI., M. D. "A lfwayr the Best" O LOUIS GROSSMAN SONS Compliments 0. DOROTHY F. HOWENSTINE Music Studios WOOLWORTH BUILDING Mount Carmel NORTH'S JEWELRY STORE HA Good Plan' Ctmtpllmcnte ol' F. J. G. SMITH To Buy II IfI"!Ifl7!lf,, Rm! Efmff' Broker Since 1913 108 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel Phone Compliments of JOSEPH PATRICK I w - . LOUIPIIUICIIXS of VICTORIA FLOWER SHOPPE Compliments of JAMES DAVIS ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 4-I0 East Sixth Street Compliments of NEW MARBLE HALL HOTEL lVIount Carmel Phone 8 8 l Compliments of RAMSEY'S SERVICE STATION 9 Mobil gas GIANT 9 Mobiloil Cleaners, Dyers, Shoe Rebuilders 20 West Fifth Street Mount Carmel 9 Mohiluhrication SPARK PLUGs'1'1is'1'14:D 7th and Hickory Sts. Phone 1214 Compliments of MOUNT CARMEL LUMBER CO. Contractorx and Builders LUMBER, BUILDING SUPPLIES, CEMENT PAINT AND WALL PAPER Phone 394 Compliments of R. GUINAN AND COMPANY MOUNT CARM EL and MAHANOY CITY SKATING AT THE MIDWAY RINK Every Night Including Saturday St Sunday Noon ROUTE 122 BICTWICIEN KULPMONT Sc MT. CARMEL M1l5iC by Hammofzd Organ Compliments of GESLOCK'S SERVICE STATION 426 East 7th Street uw WAY OF ASHLAND ROADD Phone 9899 WIC AIIVI TO PLIC.-LSE EVERYONE Compliments of BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Fat. Compliments of DONDERO ESTATE DR. FRANCIS J. MENAPACE In Honor of me Denfisl' Gold Star M otfzerx 33 East Third Street f Phone 1053 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY lllemberz Fourth District Dental Society l'ennsylvania State Dental Society .Xinericzxn Dental .kssoeizttion Unit No. 9 ot Harry Geist Post No. 91 Mount Carmel Compliments of SINGER Sewing Machine Agency Phone l 135 51 West Fourth Street man ekoss NATURAL BRIDGE MILLER BROS. SHOE STORE SHOES FOR THIC lCN'I'lRlC FAMILY Z2 South Oak St., Mount Carmel NUNN-BUSH FREEMAN MOUNT CARMEL LIGHT LUNCH 3rd and Maple Sts. Compliments of M. R. BODNAR Hudson cmd Studebaker Compliments of DR. WM. A. LUSTUSKY 232 South Oak Street Compliments of NIT. CARMEL TOBACCO CO. 107 South Oak St. FRANK MOROZ LUMBER Co. North Hickory Street Compliments of BESSIE AUGUST Linen Shoppe Compliments of J. G. KEHLER Attorfzey-At-Lafw Compliments of K. and T. FURNITURE MART Compliments of POTTS BROS. Wholesale Confectionery HENRIETTA'S BEAUTY SALON .Xll Branches of Beauty Work 244 South Oak St., Mount Carmel, Pu. Phone 101 l Compliments of The Knights Life Insurance Co. of America ANN'S DRESS SHOP Zlll South Oak Street-fNext to Schell'sj Drerses With Eye Appeal for the Modern Miss Compliments of ER DMAN'S--FLORIST POTATO CHIPS-KORN K URI.S- PICKLES-M EATS GEORGE HALAMA Distributor 24 East Seventh St., Mount Carmel MARIO'S CAFE Spaghetti :md Meat Balls 131 WEST SEVENTH STRYVTT Mount Carmel Compliments of MELVIN D. MARWINE Painter and Decorator Compliments of PAUL LEONETTI DINGER'S SHOE STORE 214 S. out si. lgflffflllidll 319051 for MEI! Hmm Jerfirl' Shoe.: for lfomeu Compliments of WORKMEN'S SUPPLY CO Compliments of POLLY'S BEAUTY SHOP Woolworth Bldg.-Room S Compliments of HUGHES' STORE Ez'erybof!y'.f Uncle LOUIS YUSKOSKI General Grocer Compliments of BOLEN AND COMPANY H9 South Oak Street Compliments of MICHAEL BOLICK Compliments of THE STYLE SHOP Lodiex' Clothing HENRY N. GRIESINGER Jeweler HELEN KAMINSKI Grocery Store 101 North Locust Stre t Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE Compliments of DR. GERGEN Eyesight Specialist .Xlmve Hnck's Hardware Stor- Compliments of LANGIS CANDY SHOP Compliments of JAMES A. HUGHES, M.D. WOMER MOTORS Dodge Plymouth Compliments of YORK SERVICE STATION Compliments of LESTER R. WEHRY Insurance 35 East Third Street, Mount Carmel Compliments of VISINTAINER'S CAFE Jil- Compliments of HELEN LAPINSKY 25 East Sixth Street Compliments of E. R. SHIPMAN Succaxr to the Class of 194-1 "SIS" LUCAS Compliments of THOMAS R. JONES , . . Compliments of E. R. BASTRESS CO. Batteries Charged and Replaced in Car in One-Half Hour HUlV1lVIEL'S GARAGE ll North Apple Street Compliments of JOHN F. CHIMOCK ROY F. BURKE-Immvznce Life, Fire, Auto, etc. Victoria Building, Mount Carmel, Pa. c,0Il1PllIIlCI'lIS01 C pl, t t, ELEANOR GRECO Beauty Shop 4-th and Poplar Streets 0111 IIHCH S O Attorney Chas. M. Mcnapacc , . . 7 Compliments of STRAUSS' Young Men s Shop 31 South Oak St. HAT BOX Kathryn Yeith I 1' Printed by the Mount Carmel Item 6


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