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

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Rowe Eleanor Kovack Anastasia Damarodis Mary Zinzarella Mary Pangrazzi Arlene Evans Phyllis Krouch Irene Malkoski Marie Koris Clara Kowalewski Bernice Wanzie Virginia McFadden Jeanette Lisiewslti Catherine Scicchitano Carolyn Mattucci Elizabeth Ragalyi Gloria Borga Theresa Lazzaro Anna Vasil Charis Henry Mildred Troyan Mafalda Vivino Lillian Moskiewicz SALES COMMITTEE Mary Damarodis Anna Vasil Mary Leonetti Claire Kreski Eleanor Brosh Kathryn Guarna Betty Lou Stalnaker Anna Gurba Dolores Jankowski Anna Mae Painter Janet Early Hedwig Kovaleski Emily Maris Jessie Olenchock Regina Olenchock Lorraine Scott Betty Trefsgar Joseph Shupinski Florence Herb Lorraine White 2 T H E 1 9 4 5 ARMELITE C-1,2 .,f.1v-as-W PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH S C H O O L MOUNT CARMEL, PA. FOREWORD :lIliN ORDER that the class of 1942-43 may always have with them the memories of their high school days, the Staff of "The CARMELITEU presents this book as a brief review of their life at Mt. Carmel Senior High School during the past year. "The CARMELITE,,, this year, is of far more significance than previous years. We have experienced some of the far- reaching effects of war. We have had to curtail various sections of our book because of shortage of necessary mate- rials and limited time. Many of our boys have already entered some branch of the armed forcesg after graduation more of the boys and many girls will assume the burden of this great conflict. It is the hope of the staff that this book will serv as an incentive in future 'endeavors to the members of the class, Wherever they may be, and whatever they may do. We offer this book as another proof of a great democracy. In it can be found concrete examples of a free country and a free people. Take this book with you on your journey through life as it represents one of the freedoms for which we are fighting. DEDICATIU Miss EDNA M. Rown O MR. GEORGE R. 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""Il--. , 'FHPSW 7 ' "Q .Qi 4 ADMI STRATIO Board of Education OFFICERS Prvxidwzt - - - MR. JOSEPH PATRICK Vin- Pwxiflwzf - MR. Juss SINGLEY Srfrvlary - MRS. IDA BUTTS MORSE 'Fl'l'dXIIl'l'l" ---- MR. JAMES MORRIS MR. JOHN OLSHEFSKI, MR. MICHAEL PACHUTA, MR. JAMES PULASKI Solivilor - - - MR. CHARLES REITZ Lvl't tu Right Mr. th-rulnl A. lh-in-rse-hnlitt, SIllll'Y'illlQ'Illll1ll1 uf S4-Imuls: Mr. Mi:-Inu-l l'ill'llll1il, Mr, l'lu1r lh-ilx, Snlh-ilnr: Mrs. hln lhntls Mnrsv, Mr. .lnsq-ph Vulrivk, Mr. -llllllvli M1-rris, Mr. .lu-ss Singh-y, Mr. .lulm Ulsln-I'xki. Mr. .lnme-N I'u1:lski. 8 Superintenclent MR. GERALD A. BEIERSCHMITT Holy Cross, A.B. Bucknell, A.M. Superinir'na'c'11i of Schools Principal MR. VINCENT W. MCHAIL Bucknell, A.B., A.M. Prirlcilbal of Senior High School H715 K L 4 , P k 1 'V . ,4 . 1. ' A 1 ' "- 1. .I ' 9 XL ff' . , ,, - 4 lfirht Row: Il.et't to ltipghtb MISS NIiI.I.lli IQ. JOHNSON lflllqlixlz .LIL lim-knell I'niversity. llezul of l'lng.:lisli llc-purtlnent. MISS lil.lZAlSli'l'Il HOWARD lll'0llUIllil'.l' will Cjvrullul l'h.I'l. IIIUIQIIISOII C ollepze. lleml ol' Social Studies llepalrtnient. MISS AIJA D. IIAI INIQR liugliilr .LIL Il1'IlVk'l'f'1llIl'3It'. l'ofAclviser ot' the l.iterury Stzitl' ol' the Spot- lig.:lit:in1l the IXI.. MISS IZIJNA M. ROXVII liuglixla .LIL SIINIIIIUIHIIIIIII l'nix'ersity. t'o-.MIxisel' ol' the Class ol' ltlttt. K'o-.Mlriser ol' the l.itel':lry Stzltl' ol' the Spot light :intl the IXI.. .Mlriser ot' the flftltftllul rric. MISS ANNI-1 M. QUIGLIQY Surml Slullivx ILS. Bluoinslmrg.: State 'l'e:iehers l'olh-gxe, Nl.l'2ll. 'l'ln' I't'lIllSylYilllIil Stole t'olh-gre. ltireetor ol' the Junior :intl Senior ltraunutic Vluh. llirertor ot' the Senior Vlnss l'l:xy "Ever Sim-e live." .Mlviser ol' Mnsqm- :intl Gavel, Co Arlriser ot' the Class of 19 8.1. MISS ICIJNA G. OLSIIEFSKI l.llIin .LIL SllSllllt'llJlllllZI Ilnirersily. l'o-.Mlviser of the Vlzlss ol' ISIN. I.ihr:tri:xn MISS liI.l l'AI.Y lin, ill' zpby ILS. ll l'o-Ad' :ry Stuff of the Spot- light Co-All! ,I ." IEHL Super: ..., Cr sion Staind. Women of tlie Faculty Second How: Ll.et't to liigzhtl MISS KATHRYN li. BILLMAN fllgvbru A.lS. Alhrigrht College. MISS CATHERINE M. SCICCHITANO l"n'm'b uml Hixlory AJS. IlIlIll1lL'llIRlIiI College. A.M. Thel'enusylv:1ni:1 State College. lla-:ul of l.:uip:u:ige llenairtnient. MISS MARY R. MAYAN Girly' Phyxirul Etlllralion uml Ilvullb ILS. Temple University. Supervisor of Girls' IllII'2lAIIIllI'2ll Sports. Instructor ot' Girls' Drill Tezuu, Drum Major- ette :intl l'heerle:ulers. Fo-Atlviser of the Flzlss ot' 19t5. MRS. HIERMAN -I. l.UDIiS llixlvry ILS. The IICIIIISYIYIIIIIZI State College. MISS MARIE G, IVICCARTIHIY liiolngry A.li. lioston University. 'l'reusurer of the Activities Fund of the Senior High School. lleml of thc Science Department. MISS JANE M. MALEY Home Erolmmirs ILS. in llonle I'li'l7ll0llIll'S Imnmeulaitu College. Director Sophomore Drzunntie l'luh. MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS Musical Dinwior of Girls' Gln' Club ILM. Susquellullnu University. Men of the Faculty First Row: CLeft to Righty MR. CLIFFORD A. NELSON Conzlmvciul Subjects l3.S. Bloonnsburgz State Teachers College. BLS. Bucknell University. Head ot' the Coiuinercial Department. Sponsor of the IXI. and The Spotlight. Director ot' Sale of VVar Stamps. MR. WAl.TER S. CHESNEY Co1rHm'n'iul Snlzjrrls ILS. BIUUIIISIHITH State Teachers College A.M. New York University. Adviser ot' the Student Council. MR. GEORGE R. CASARI Comrmfrvial SII11jl'l'f.V ILS. IIIOUlllSIllll'g' State Teachers College Co-Adviser of the Class uf llll-3. MR. GORDON A. MARWINE Phyxivx und Mathematics ILS. The Pennsylvania Statc Fnllege. Nl.l4Z1l. 'l'he l'e1ulsylvuni:1 State Fullege. Aclviscr c'illll0l'il Flnb. MR. FRANK S. IIARTOS General Shop Work B.S. Bucknell University. MR. GLENN F. MENGES Aviation, Algebra, Shop Mufhrlflufirs B.S. Bloonisburg State 'Teachers College Assistant Couch of Track. MR. FRANK C. KOSTOS Mathumutirx and Mefhunirul Druzvillg B.S. Bucknell Universitw M.S. Bucknell University Head of Mathelnntics Ilepnrtnlent Second Row :' Cl.et't to Rightl MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE English and History A.B. Harvard University. AAI. Columbia University. MR. JOSEPH G. AMBROSE Boys' Phyxiral Education and Health l'h.B. Holy Cross College. Coach of Football. MR. TIMOTHY E. BARNES Chemistry A.B. Susquelmluux University. M.Ed. The Pennsylvania State College. Adviser Traffic Patrol. MR. VINCENT W. MCHAIL Muthrmulivx A.ll. Bucknell University. .X.M. Bucknell University. Print-ipal of the Senior High School. MR. GERALD R. BRESLIN Biology and History A.B. Bucknell University. A.M. Bucknell University. Coach of Cross Country and Track. Inset: MR JOSPPH W KC O 'il Stlrnu anal M IIS BIDOIIINIJLIIQ ',f""""' 'U V rv- Q K 0 3 xnlf. A, - LJ r, s h fp, x . .' 'l': ': X. ' I NINE! lIll9l I. J . ' 1 ll ff' . 5 x " ' .x M N, . fi. wg. v-xx rg- rg. C l Q i Q i rg, Teac ers in the Service A. C. GORDON A. MARWINE U. S. Army U. S. ARMY NURSES CORPS Miss ji-AN:-'l"lr LUKIzNS School Nurse NR: 'xg fx: Q O C Q i i It 1 Q 1 1 Q q IN FORICIGN SIQRVICIE WITH AMERICAN RED CROSS Miss Iluami STARKI5 Physical Education Dircctress Roosevelt junior High School LIEUT. WILLIAM I-IODRICK U. S. Marine Corps O1 Q w Q 4 if 2 I X: 12 'v 1 Q 4: ir 1 in 3: IQ 1 g: Students in the Service 1 F Pctcr Kwiterovich Mahlon Berkoski l John Knbi Joseph Novitsky Robert Nestor ARMY NAVY Seniors--Stanley Wasilewski, Alexander Greco, Srfrriorx-William Ploppert, Raymond Wasileski, William Ramage, Earl Wagner, Walter Pad, Emanuel Kerestes, Frank Zorica, Aldo Escher. den, Conrad Tylenda, Joseph Ference, Ray- Ilmior-Richard De Concini. mond Olenchock, Leroy Sherman. COAST GUARD Junior-Henry Shymanski' Senior-Albert Payakowicz. Sophomore-james Rogers. luniors-joseph Costello, Raymond Costello. GQ. EE. 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T "- I ' Z S I KSIQQI A1 D... gf Y 1,4 , N4 CLASSES Senior Class OFFICERS LLOYD WILLIAMS - - President ANTHONY MACKIEWICZ - Vice President CATHERINE SCICCHITANO - Secretary DOROTHY ZIEGER - Treasurer Left to Right-Anthony Mnckiewicz, Catherine Scicehitano, Lloyd Williams Dorothy Zieger. Class M0ff01SEMPER PARATIS Class COIOTS-'KELLY GREEN AND WHITE Class Fl01U?Y-AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE 16 HENRY B. ANGELI "Hank" GENERAL Tall and lanky . . . tease . . . mise chievous . . . loves fishing . . . good natured . . . active in sports. IIItranIural Basketball 1, 2: Hand Ball 2: Trafhc Patrol 2: Volley Ball 2. 3: Soccer 1. HAROLD L. ANTHONY, JR. ffTwerp,, GENERAL Always heard . . . sense of humor . . . likes sports clothes . . . wavy hair . . . abhors Shakespeare. Baseball 1. 2: Glee Club 1: HaIId Ball 2: Archery Club 2: Yearbook 1. 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. JOHN P. ANTICO Pflohnnyi, GENERAL Popular basketball player . . . avoids English compositions . . . flashy smile . . . "A Boy Scout." Band 1: Basketball 2. 3: Hand Ball 2: Ping-pong I. 2: Student Council l: Track 2: Soccer 1. 2. JEAN M. AUGUSTINE ftleanv VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Demure . . . makes own clothes . . . lovely smile . . . agreeable . . . movie fan. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Ping- pong 1. 2: Student Council 2. 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Baseball 1. GRACE AURAND fFGay!D VocATIoNAL HoIvIE ECONOMICS Fond of candy . . . poet and singer . . . generous . . . never serious. Intramural Basketball 1. 2: Ping- pong 1. 3' -I ,. fif: .:., i J, JEAN C. BAILEY Qfleann COMMERCIAL Dramatic ability . . . poetess . . . brown eyes . . . enjoys movies . . . sports fan . . . likes history . . . appealing. Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3: CAR- MEI.1'rE 2, 3: Spotlight 2. 3: Dra- matic Club 3: IXL 2, 3: Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Ping-Dong 1. 2. ETHEL F. BASTRESS "Sunny" ACADEMIC Thoughtful . . . lovable . . . soft- spoken . . . sweet disposition . . . good student . . . chic wardrobe. Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Operetta 1. 2: Hockey 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 3. ROBERT E. BELFANTI f?B0b7! GENERAL Cheerleader . . . constant talker . . . practical joker . . . T. J.'s pal . . . avoids homework. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Band I, 2, 3: Camera Club 3: Baseball 1: Cheerleader 3: Dramatic Club 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Wrestling 1, 2, 3. MILDRED J. BENDER "Millie" GENERAL Charming smile . . . engaging per' sonality . . . football mascot . . . never a dull moment . . . flag twirler. Intramural Basketball 1: Camera Club 2: Drill Team 2, 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 3: Soccer 1. PAUL BOLICK NBldCkiC',, GENERAL Dramatic ability . . . blusbes eas- ily . . . soft-toned voice . . . ac- complished dancer. Baseball 1, 2: Intramural Basket- ball 1: Camera, Club 3: Cr0ss-coun- try 3: Archery Club 2: Photogra- phy 3: Track 3. fl' L X ' - 4 YV' RosE E. BOLSTRUM "Rosiz"' COMM!-.RCIAl. 'l'all and slender . . . quiet . . . looks well ln blue . . . l'Ileanor's pal . . . likes eowhoy songs. Intramural Basketball 1: Ping-pong l, 2: Soeeer 1. GLORIA M. BORGA "Shorty" COMMI-.RC1lAI. Short-story writer . . . always on the go . . . eolleets souvenirs . . . hearty laughter . . . aetive ln sports . . . exeitable. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: CAR- Mm.l1'r: 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Arell- ery t'lnb 2: Operetta l, 2: Ping- ponz l. 2: Soeeer l: Yearbook 3: lloekey I: Volley llall 1, 2. EDWARD C. BORIS "Eddir" GLN!-.RAL Baseball star . . . popular . . whimsical . . . grood-looking . . athletle physique. TllIlRliSA J. BOTTARI HTPXSY, Gl.Nl-RAI. Loves to dance . . . prefers green . . . pziftot' gah . . . rlark,g:lossy hair. Soeeer l: Intramural Basketball 1. 3: Plnpzlpong l: Volley Ball 1. THOMAS J. BOWERS HT I!! Amin Mic Likes photography . . . eonstant sleeper in class . . . lloh's shad- ow . . . small in stature. Band l. 2. 3: Baseball Manager 1, 2: Camera Fluh 3: Dralnatle Club 3: Culture Vulture 2: Hand Ball 2: Ping-pong 1: Student Council 2. Com 18 ROSEMRRIE M. BRENNAN "Posie" VocAT1oNA1. Home ECONOMICS Excellent journalist . . . go ,fzetter . . . dramatic ability . . . out- spoken . . . work-dodfrer . . . writes ".lluf1'h." Intramural Basketball l. 2, 3: IXI. l. 2, 3: CARMl'1l,ITl-I 1. 2, 3: Ping- pong 1: Quill and Scroll 2. 3: Spot- light 2, 3: Volley Ball 1. 2: Year- book Ii: Hockey 1: Dramatic Club l, 35 Photography Flub 1: Masque and Gavel 3. JOSEPH J. BIKESKEWICZ ffsargeil GIENIZRAL Master of eeremonies . . . pep meet- ing riot . . . well-known. ALBERT L. BRIDY "Corporal" Gi-NIQRAL Reserved . . . hashful . . . sports fan . . . ping-pong wizard . . . Youth Group enthusiast, Baseball l: Hand Ball l. 2: Ping- pong l. 2: Soeeer 1: Wrestling 3: Volley llall 1. Louis BRIDY "RIl111", Gi NI:RAl. Tall and willowy . . . truek driver . . . story teller . . . frequents library. Intramural Basketball l. 2: Hand Ball 1, 2: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball l, 2. MARY A. BIUDY "Brisb" COMMIERCIAL Good basketball forward . . . alto voiee . . . dislikes English rom- posltions . . . thin and lively. Intramural Basketball 2. 3: CAR' 1ur:i.l1'r: 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1. THELMA M. BROKENSHIRE "Tbe1 ma" GENERAL Blonde . . . constantly seen with Dot . . . quiet and unassuming . . . loves skating . . . spotless saddles. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1. 2. MICHAEL R. BULKA "Bulk" GENERAL Keen sense of humor . . . mischie- vous . . . "ten o'clock scholar" . . . disapproves of school. Intramural Basketball 1: Hand Ball 2: Ping-pong 1: Volley Ball 1, 2: Wrestling 3: Soccer 1. MARY E. BURACZESKI ffMary3! GENERAL Excelsinstenography . . . neat ap- pearance . . . likes assembly . . . rosy cheeks . . . nonchalant. Ping-pong 1, 2: Intramural Basket- ball 1. 2: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. DORIS M. BURGARD "Doris" ACADEMIC Expressive blue eyes . . . friendly smiles . . . blushes easily . . . pleasing appearance . . . flag twirler. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Drill Team 2. 3: Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 3: Archery Club 2: Operetta 1. 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Honor Society 3. GLORIA P. CALVARESI ffwindjfl GENERAL Chronic tardiness . . . feather bob . . . classic wardrobe . . . never inahurry . . . temperamental. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Cul- ture Vulture 2: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Hockey 1. RITA L. CARLow "Blue Eyes" GENERAL Natural curly hair . . . excels in En- glish . . . sport enthusiast . . . likes to dance . . . cheerful . . . inquisitive . . . neat appearance. Intramural Basketball 1. 2: CAIuvII-:I.- rrr: 1: Ping-pong 1, 2: Yearbook 3. WANDA W. CARSON "lVim1y" GENERAL Coco-cola kid . . . dramatic . . . gay . . . jitterbug . . . lasting personality . . . collegiate ward- robe. Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3: IXI. 1: Dramatic Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 1. 2: Soccer 1. 2: CARMEI.I'rE 1. STEPHEN M. CILLO "Sfeven" GENERAL Dark curly hair . . . dislikes English compositions . . . independent . . . seldom heard. Wrestling 3. JOSEPH M. COLE frTiny!7 ACADEMIC Future doctor . . . tall . . . un- ruly hair . . . girl shy . . . sel- dom seen after school hours. RALPH J. COLE "Chubby" ACADEMIC Honor student . . . excellent vocab- ulary . . . winning smile . . . dependable. Honor Society 3. C- 4- : - L n 9 jon N W. COUSIN "Kuzun" GENERAL Tall . . . quiet and good natured . . . a tease . . . enjoys loatlng. Intramural Basketball 1: Hand Ball l. 2: Ping-pong l. 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Yearbook I. ANASTASIA K. DAMARODIS "Anna" GENERAL Consclentlous . . . honor student . . . always laughing . . . Mr. Nc-lson's right hand . . . good sport. Intramural Basketball l. 3: Hockey I: t'ARMm,lTE 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Culture Vulture 2: IXL 3: Honor Society 2. 3: Yearbook 3: Spotlight 3: Vollcy Ball l, 2: Ping-pong 1. ALOYSIUS F. DANISIEWICZ HAI!! GENERAL Wavy hair . . . out-of-doorman . . . loves French . . . one ofthe gang: . . . friendly. Intramural Basketball 1: Hand Ball 1: Ping-ponlz 1. 2: Track 2: Vulley Ball l. 2: Soccer 1. ANNA M. DATAZIO PfAnnl7 VOCA1'liDNAL HQME EcoNoMlcs Friendlydisposition . . . chic ward- rohc . . . sincere . . . sable trcsses. Pinrzrpong I, 2: Volley Ball 1: Baseball 1. RITA M. DELUCA rrRitan COMMERCIAL Attractive . . . fun loving . . . suunydispositlon . . . soft spo- kcn . . . weleomeln any group. Intramural Basketball 3: Ping-pong I, 2: Vollcy Ball 1. VlcToRiA M. DUDA fFVit,kyll COMMLRCIAL Energetic . . . loves parties and dancing . . . neat appearance . . . sparkling personality . . . spontaneous laugh. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Ping- ponpz 1, 2: CARMl'1l.lTE 3: Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 3. JOSEPH DUNI "Fuss" GENERAL Handsome . . . everybody's friend . . . work dodger . . . prominent dimples. Intramural Basketball 1. 2: Hand Ball 2: Track 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Soccer 1: Ping-pong 1. STANLEY C. DZWILEWSKI "Stan" GENERAL Ahhors English . . . bashful . . generous . . . independent . . timid soul. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: I'ing+ pong 1: Volley Ball 1, 2: Soccer 1. ALDO M. ECCHER PFI-Iinin GENERAL Wrestler . . . likes to tease . . . Ilashy hats . . . hair always on edge. Hand Ball 2: Archery Club 2: Wrestling 2, 3: Soccer 1. 2. ALGIRD C. EREMICH "Chucklcr" GENERAL Football player . . . winning smile . . . personality plus . . . attrac- tive to females. Basketball 1. 2: Football 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Tratiic Patrol 3. ARLENE M. EVANS "Arlene', COMMERCIAL Expert journalist . . . honor roll student . . . very dramatic . . . extremely talkative . . . plays piano . . . classroom mimic . . . excels in typing. CAaMal.I'rE 1, 2. Editor 3: Quill and Scroll 2. President 3: IXL 1, 2. Co- Editor 2: Dramatic Club 3: Oper- etta 1. 2: Camera Club 2, 3: Year- book 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS J. FALESKI "Francis" GENERAL Trafhc oillcer . . . manly stride . . . excels in science . . . up-to-date in current events. Trattlc Patrol 3. JOSEPH FERENCE ffGrumpyJ! GENERAL Football center . . . springy walk . . . generous . . . mischievous . . . shirks schoolwork. Football 3: Track 2: Soccer 2. EMILY A. GALINIS ffEm3l VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Tats . . . artisticability . . . broad smile . . . future home- maker , . . affable. MARGARET M. GALITSKI ffpeggyi! GENERAL Strawberry blonde . . . freckles . . . peppy and talkative . . . amicable . . . loves to dance. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Hockey 1: Soccer 1. CLAUDIUS A. GREco "Clit" GENERAL Honor student . . . patrol boy . . . pleasing personality . . . care- free . . . ping-pong player . . . "Standard" bowler. Hand Ball 2: Honor Society 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Trafhc Patrol 3: Volley Ball 1. RAYMOND F. GREGOR Pfskrigfi GENERAL Champion girl teaser . . . towhead . . . loquacious . . . never serious . . . "restricted driver." Band 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2: Glee Club 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Stage Manager 35 Ping-pong 1, 2. GEORGE R. GRIBBIN ffcbappyfi GENERAL Never in a hurry . . . moody . . . a mumbler . . . constant gum chewer . . . autobiographer. Class President 1 . ANNA M. GUDELIUNAS ffG00dyl, VOCATIONAI. HOME ECONOMICS Tall and blonde . . . friendly . . dependable. Ping-pong 2. DOROTHY M. HEISER tfDotn GENERAL Conscientious student . . . journal- ist . . . never in trouble . . . will make a good stenographer. CAnMEl.l1'E 3: IXL 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Quill and Scroll 3: Spotlight 3: Volley Ball lg Yearbook 3. ' I q . , 21 . I ' I - xt n U, tk .. 2 RITA T. HOMCZYK "Rua" VOCATIONAL HOMI-. ECONOMICS Chatterbox . . . lover of fiction . . agreeable sunnydisposition . . doniestically-inclined. intramural Basketball 1: l'ARMI-:i.- I'rI-1 3: l'ing-pong: 1, 2: Soccer 1. JOSEPH J. HOVANES fflocll GI-1NIaRAI. ftllllllllllllilllllllll' . . . life of class . . . well known . . . good-nab ured . . . teases teachers. lianil 1, 2: Baseball 1: Wrestling 3. ROBERT E. HOWER "Fuzzy, COMMl4.RCIAL Wavy hair . . . a good trackman . . . blushes easily . . . sociable . . . trnflic cop. Cross-Country 2. 3: Track 2, 5: J. V. Football 1: Tratlle Patrol 3. GEORGE J. HVIZDA "Basil" GI.NI1RAI. Quiet . . . tall and lanky . . . always serious . . , dislikes pub- lic speaking . . . never around. l'ross-Vonntry 2: Ilnnd Ball 2: l'infz-pong I: Track I: Wrestling l. CECILIA B. JANKOWSKI "Cecily" VOCA'l'l0NAL HOME ECONOMICS Soft-spoken and reserved . . . affa- hle . . . lovely tresses . . . gen- orous. Baseball I: l'inp:-pong 2. CLEMENT T. KAPUSHINSKI "Cooper" GENERAL 'l'all, dark and handsome . . . good skater . . . a ladies' lllilll . . . plaid shirts . . . weakness for chocolate candy. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. EMANUEL M. KERESTES "Manic"' COMMERCIAL Seen everywhere . . . short . . . loves loud shirts and socks . . . sensitive . . . Mr. Nt'lS0ll'SlIlilll90- grapher. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Band 1, 223: IXI. 3: Student Council 1: Spotlight 3: Wrestling 1. EMILY S. KERESTES "Emily" GENERAL Manie's twin . . . petite . . . warni- hearted . . . gentle . . . neat appearance . . . appealing per- sonality. Intramural Basketball l: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Operetta l, 2: Pill!!-DOIIQK' 1, 2: Yearbook 3. JOSEPH F. KIJAUSKAS ffloe!! ACADliMIC Honorstudent . . . wrestlerand track star . . . neat dresser . . . science "whiz" . . . :1 teacheI"s drealn . . . argumentative. Cross-Country l. 2. 3: Culture Vnl- ture 2: Track l. 2: Honor Society 2, 3, Vice President 3: Wrestling l. 2. 3. JOSEPH J. KIJEWSRI rrloev GENERAL Loves to dance and skate . . agreeable . . . easily excited . . . blushes easily . . . critical. Cross-Country Manager 3: Hand Ball 2: Track Manager 1, 2, 3: Ins tranlural Basketball 1, 2. i DOROTHY J. KLEMASHEFSKI fPD0t!! COMMLRCIAL Good basketball player . . . skat- ing enthusiast . . . never on time . . . pleasing ways . . . cause of classroom riots. Intralnural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Hand Ball 2: Ping-pong 1. 2: Vol- ley Ball 1. LEOCADIA M. KONCEWICZ "Lillian" COMMERCIAL Fondof candy . . . affable . . sensitive . . . likes knitting . . . future holnelnaker. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: CAR- Mr:I.l1'I-: 3: l'ing-pong 1, 2: Hockey 1. REGINA A. KONCEWICZ ffleanl! VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Good basketball forward . . . en- joys dancing . . . generous . . . AllIl?l'S best pal. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Hockey l: Baseball 1. ANNA B. KONDRACRI "Annie" GENERAL Basketball fan . . . famous coif- fure . . . excellent English stu- dent . . . enjoys being teased . . . efiicient. Intralnural Basketball 1. 2, 3: Soc- cer 1: Hockey 1: Yearbook 3: Base- ball 1: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1. MARIE J. KORIS ELEANOR E. KOVACK NEI!! GENERAL Serious . . . future stenographer . . . industrious . . . good jour- nalist . . . affectionate. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Yearbook 3: Quill and Scroll 2. 31 Camera Club 3, Secretary 2: Spot- light 2. Co-Editor 3: Hockey 1: Ping-pong 1: IXL 2, 3: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1: CARMELITI2 2. Editor 3: HOIIUY Society 3. JEAN T. KovAI.EsIcI "Jeannie" GENERAL Punctual . . . feather bob . . . a reliable friend . . . studious . . . news hound . . . neat appearance. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Year- book 3: CARMELITE 2, 3: Spotlight 2, Co-Editor 3: Quill aIId Scroll 2, 3: Culture Vulture 2: Votley Ball 1: Ping-pong 1, 2: Hockey 1. CLARA B. KOWALEWSKI PFKOAUJI!! GENERAL Excellent posture . . . ready smile . . . alert . . . never shirks work . . . active in school. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Hockey 1: CARMI-:I.I'rE 3: Culture Vulture 2: Student Council 2. Pres- ident 3: Volley Ball 1: I-'ing-pong 2: Yearbook 2, 3. ETHEL E. KRAMER "Shorty" COMMERCIAL Whizz in shorthand and typing . . . placid nature . . . quiet and unassuming . . . reliable. Ping-pong 1, 2: Hockey 1: Year- book 3. MARTIN C. KRATovICI-I "MdTi6,, "Mgrfy" COMMERCIAL GENERAL Future accountant . . . lll8tClllCSS Never wgrried , , , loves skating wardrobe . . . honor student . . . , , , machinist, beautiful hands aIId nails . . . , neatly arranged hair. Wrestling 1- CARMI-:I.I'rE 2. 3: IXL 2, 3: Honor Society 3: Spotlight 2. 3: Ping-pong l: Quill and Scroll 3: Yearbook 3. K I , Y 'VI 'rv Y I If I I X J ,' " -f If 23 R ff' K . 1- XX V- 2 S .J LILLIAN M. KRISRIE fPLil!D COMMIZRCIAL Always smiling . . . likes them tall, dark and llllllllN0lII9 . . . wears hangs well . . . pretty . . . fre- quently seen at the M. 0. C. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: CAR- MI-:I.I1'I-: 2, Il: IXL 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Volley Ball l: Yearbook 3: Hockey 1. JOSEPH A. KRIVICKAS "Ferdie" ACADEMIC lnqulsltlve . . . flashy smile . . . interested in the sciences . . . amateur photographer . . . model airplane builder. Intramural Basketball 1: Camera Club 3: Culture Vulture 2: Arch- cry Cluh 2. PH YLLIS A. KROUCH HPMIU GIQNILRAL An honest-to-goodness friend . . . reporter . . . diligent worker . . . dog fancler . . . neatly dressed . . . 'l'erry's chum. Intramural Basketball l. 2, 3: CAR- MI-:I.rI-I: 2, 3: Culture Vulture 2: Ping-pong 1. 2: Quill and Scroll 3: Spotlight 3: Volley Ball 1: Year- book 2. 3: Soccer 1: Hockey 1: Baseball l: Spotlight Co-Editor 3. HIiNRY F. LASKOWSRI "Hank" GIaNIaRAL Ilcnted the goal post . . . noted strut . . . mischievous . . . care- frce . . . twinkling eyes . . . one of Coach AIIlbTOS0'S boys. Ifoothall 3: Hand Ball 2: J. V. Football 1: Track l, 2. TI-II3RIzsA J. LAZZARO ffTc,rry,! GENERAL Convulsivelaughter . . . dark eyes . . . sweet disposition . . . good journalist . . . attractive . . . active in class functions. Baseball 1: Intramural Basketball I, 2. 3: C.uI:vII-:I,ITI-: 2, 3: Culture Vulture 2: IXL 2. 8: Ping-pong 1. 2: Quill and Scroll 3: Spotlight 2, Co-Editor 8: Volley Bull l: Year- book 2. B: Soccer I: Hockey 1. DOROTHY C. LISIEWSKI rrD0tv GENERAL Studious . . . tidy . . . reliable . . . ardent Inovie fan . . . neat coitfure . . . a good reporter. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: CAR- MI-:I.I'rI-: 3: IXL 8: Ping-pong 1. 2: Spotlight 3: Volley Ball 1: Year- book 3: Soccer 1: Hockey 1: Quill and Scroll 3. JEANETTE G. LISIEWSKI fP'DutD VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Head cheerleader . . . expert jit- tcrbug . . . dimples . . . natural blonde wavy hair . . . better known as "Dat" . . . popular. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: CAR' MI-1I.I1'I-: 1. 2, 3: IXL 1, 2. 3: Ping- pong I, 2: Spotlight 2: Cheerleader l, 2, Head 3: Volley Ball 1: Year- book 3: Hockey 1. MARTHA B. LISIEWSKI "Mart" VOCATIONAI. HOMI2 ECONOMICS Excellent dancer . . . personality plus . . . popular . . . dislikes her Iniddle name . . . never takes anything seriously. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: CAR- 1tIl'Zl.lTl:1 1. 2. 3: IXL I, 2. 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Spotlight 2: Volley Ball I: Yearbook 2. DOROTHY B. LOBOS rrpudgen COMMIiRClAL Short and sweet . . . contagious laugh . . . good dancer . . . au- thority on clothes . . . tlirtatious . . . perpetual IIIUHOII. Intramural Basketball 1. 2: FAR- IvIRI.ITI-1 1, 2. 3: IXL 1. 3: Ping-pong l, 2: Spotlight 3: Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 3. FRANCIS R. Lonos "France" ACADEMIC Prankster . . . always laughing . . . cynical . . . sophomore Romeo . . . stage hand. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Band 1, 2: Cross Cttlllltfy 1: Culture Vulture 2: StIIdeIIt Council 1: Stage Manager 1, 2, 3. AUGUSTINE S. LOMBARDO ffAugieJ! GENERAL Famous for snappy comebacks . . . critical . . . enjoys anything but studying . . . curly-headed lad. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Stage llglfailager 2, 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Hand a 2. RAYMOND G. LOPKO , rfRayss GENERAL Neat appearance . . . generous . . . sports conscious . . . good-loOk- ing . . . prefers Fats Waller's Inusic. Hand Ball 2: J. V. Football 2: Track 1. RITA A. LOSTYN ffRit,f GENERAL Expert on roller skates . . . varied interests . . . talkative . . . speaks French fluently . . . a good saleslady. CARIvIEI.ITI: 1, 2, 3: IXL 1, 2, 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Spotlight 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3. DOROTHY J. LUCAS PCDOID ACADEMIC Excellent accordion player . . . fre- quents the movies . . . likes "Carols" . . . biege is hercolor . . . excellent linguist. Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. AIJOLPH A. MACKAVAGE HMM-ei! GENERAL Dark and handsome . . . ladies' man . . . expert basketball play- er . . . habitual teaser. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Hand Ball 1. 2: J. V. Football 1: Varsity Basketball 2, 3. ANTHONY C. MACKIEWICZ "Tony Mack" GENERAL Quiet . . . ourclass ofiicer . . friendly . . . well behaved . . . Item carrier. Band 2: Cross Country 3: Hand Ball 2: Ping-pong 2: Track 3: Wrestling 1: Class Vice President 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. IRENE H. MALROsKI "Renee" COMMERCIAL Brunette . . . sunny character . . . easy to dance with . . . studious and ambitious . . . fair com- plexion. Intramural Basketball 1: CARMELITE 1. 3: IXL 1. 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Student Council 3: Volley Ball 1. 2: Yearbook 3. MARGARET L. MARTZ Pfpeggyil GENERAL Co-ed type . . . charming personal- ity . . . yearbook enthusiast . . . beautiful teeth . . . dra- matic ability. Intramural Basketball 1: Culture Vulture 2: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 2, 3: IXL 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Masque and Gavel 3: Oper- etta 1, 2: Quill and Scroll 2, 3: Yearbook 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Soccer 1. CAROLINE T. MATTUCCI "Carol" GENERAL Short and sweet . . . makes friends easily . . . neat wardrobe . . . pianist . . . perpetual smiler. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Soc- cer 1: CARMEI.ITI-: 3: Culture Vul- ture 2: IXL 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Spot- light 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Year- book 3. ROBERT A. MAURER ffB0bD GENERAL Cassanova . . . witty . . . collegiate dresser . . . milk man's son . . . reckless driver. Baseball 1, 2: Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2: Hand Ball 2: Culture Vulture 2: IXL 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Spotlight 3. f I.. tk ,, 'I' 9 P' f i I rw - , 'V .I. - f 1 J 1 . 25 f ,,. -f :XM "v I Rx - . K A., DONALD J. MAZARI NDOHU Gl'.Nl-RAI. l.anky prankster . . . happyego- lucky . . . distlnctivelaugli . . . inclined to exaggerate. Band 1, 2: llllrlllllllfill Basketball 1. 2: lland Ball 2: Student CoIIIIcll l. VIRGINIA M. MCFADIJIZN "1inr1y" GI1NIiRAL 'l'all . . . outdoor girl . . . expert typist . . . forceful personality . . . good sport. llltrlllllllrlll Basketball l, 2, 3: CAR- MIf:I.I'rr: 3: Pinpz-pong 1, 2: Volley llall 1: Soccer I. ANAsTAsIA MERIKAS "Slr'llu" VKDCATIONAI. HOMI: ECONOMICS Reliable student . . . whiz oII roller skates . . . unsurpassable guard . . . lrllitlllll eyes. lIlll'llllllll'lll Basketball l. 2. 3: Ping- pong I. 2: Volley Ball l, 2. ANNA C. MIHALIR "Anniz"' VocA'rIoN AL HoMIL ECONOMICS Wistful expression . . . quiet and unassuming: . . . loyal student . . . L!llll'l'fillllhi with lllUll0l0H,'Ut'rl. llltl'1lllllll'lll llaskethaill 3: Ping:-pong: 1. 2: Baseball I: CAnMr:I,I1'I-: 2. 3: Volley Ball 1. 2. RITA B. MOLESRI "Kiran VocArIoNAL Home ECONOMICS l'Zasy-to-look-at . . . ready, willing llllll ahlc . . . sweet disposition . . . well-liked . . . dancing feet. Intramural Basketball 1: CARMl'Il.l'l'li :Ig l'ing-pong 1, 2. JOHN B. MORGAN Pflack-,U ACADEMIC Popular president of Dramatic Club . . . likable personality . . . col- legiate wardrobe . . . goodbas- ketball player . . . anotherjit- terbug . . . dirty saddles. Traffic Patrol 3: Dramatic Club 2. President 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Masque and Gavel 2, President 3: Student Council 2: Operetta 2' Senior Class Play 3. DOROTHY M. MOSKIEWICZ YFDOI7! COMMERCIAL Beautiful blonde . . . IXL artist . . . always seen with her sister . . . prefers green . . . deniurely reserved. Dramatic Club 3: IXL 2. 8: Masque llllll Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Spotlight 3. CHARLES E. MUNCATCHY, JR. "Chilly" GENIQRAL Tall patrol otlicer . . . exvellent pos- ture . . . borII poet . . . famous ancestry . . . big-hearted. Band 1, 2: Archery Club 2: Traf- tlc Patrol 3: Dramatic Club 3: Se- :Iior 'Class Play 3: Masque and lave 3. CLARA D. MURACZESKI "Clara" VocATIoNAL HOMIE EcoNoMIcs Vocally talented . . . winning smile . . . wears a signet ring . . . friendly and attractive. CARMI-:I.I'I'r: 3: Ping-pong l, 2: ln- tramural Basketball 1. ELEANOR NARDELLI "Ellie" GENERAL Tall . . . lovely tresses . . . shy . . . good student . . . plans a nursing career . . . lovahle. HELEN J. NAROLESKI "Hc'lc'n" VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Diminutive . . . cute feather bob . . . movie fan . . . good alto voice . . . contagious laugh. Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Operetta 1. 2: CARMI-:1.ITr: 3: Intra- mural Basketball 1. JOHN J. NESBITT Pflobnnyi, GENERAL Handsome lad . . . "wizard on wheels" . . . interested in the Navy . . . well-mannered . . . always ready and willing. Culture Vulture 2: Ping-pong 2. EVELYN S. NEUMANN HE lily!! GENERAL Social belle . . . wears tailored clothes well . . . natural beauty . . . flag twirler . . . incessant talker . . . remember "Lucy- belle-"? Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Drill Team 2. 3: Operetta 1. 2: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Masque and Gavel 2, Treasurer 3: Senior Class Play 3. PAUL J. NODZAK ffsnipif GENERAL Al's shadow . . . active in sports . . . quiet and shy . . . ready smile. Intramural Basketball 2: Soccer 2: Wrestling 2: Ping-pong 2: Hand Ball 2. MARY J. OKoP1NsKI ffMuryD7 GENERAL Colorful wardrobe . . . carefree . . . "Red's" girl . . . wears a diamond . . . finds school boring. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Ping- pong 1. 2: Soccer 1: Baseball 1: Volley Ball 1, 2: Hockey 1. RAYMOND S. QLENCHOCK rfAbcJD GENERAL Excellent artist . . . obliging . . . one of Grumpy's gang . . . inthe service of our country. Baseball 1. 2: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 2: Wrestling 2. -JOSEPH T. OLSHEFSKI ffI0e,l GENERAL A-1 pest . . . slight-photographer . . . argumentative . . . regular truant. Band 1. 2: Camera Club 2, 3: Ping- pong 1, 2. LILLIAN A. OLSHEFSKI fFLilJ7 VocA1'1oNAL HOME EcoNoM1cs Excellent studentz . . peppy . . . good basketball player . . . love- ly smile . . . constant kidder. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Ping- pung 1, 2: CARMlCl.l'I'l-I 3: Volley Ball 1, 2. RAMONA T. O,REILLY "Mona" COMMliRCIAL Attractive and slim . . . beautiful complexion . . . husky voice . . . well-groomed . . . unique coif- fure . . . enjoys parties and dances . . . Mary's pal. Intramural Basketball 3: Spotlight 2, 3: CARME1.rrx-1 1, 2, 3: IXL 1. 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 2, 3: Student Council 3. MICHAEL A. PACHUTA "Patches" ACADEMIC Athlete . . . "teno'clock scholar" . . . easy come. easy go . . . ex- cels in math and science . . . re- membered as one of the cheer- leaders. Band 1. 2: Dramatic Club 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Basketball I, 2, 3: Hand Ball 2: Culture Vulture 2: Masque and Gavel 3: Honor Society 3: Se- nior Cla Nl Pixy I Q' f ,,, , Y 27 ' .4-.-- x 'T A ' M ' U' X 1 Q YV' WALTER T. PADDEN "Sfu'r'd" GIQNIIRAL Innky . . . venturesome . . . pre- fcm blondes . . . expert 'in waltzes . . . weakness for choc- olate cake . . . always where there is fun. Basketball 1. 2: lland Ball 1. 2: l'ing-pong 1, 2. MARY C. PANGRAZZI rrMuryn CQMMLRQIAL Edltorof Yearbook . . . honor stu- dent . . . nice halr and eyes . . . dramatic ability . . . spontaneous laugh. Intramural Basketball I, 2. 3: Hockey 1: CAIlMl'Il.lTl-I 1. 2. 3: Dra- matic Club 2. 8. Secretary 3: IXI, l. 2, 3: Honor Society 3: Archery Club 2: Masque and Gavel 2. 3: l'lng-pong 1. 2: Quill and Scroll 2, Ji: Spotlight, Co-Editor 3: Stu- dent Council l. 2: Yearbook 2. Edi- tor 3: Senior Class l'lny 3. JESSIE R. PARRY "Iz'ssic"' ACADLMIC Lovely red hair . . . "plays hook- ey" . . . a woman driver . . . accomplished pianist . . . works in dad's store . . . a good student. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: CAR- MEI.I'rr: 1. 2. 3: IXL 1: Culture Vulture 2: Yearbook Il: Honor So- ciety 3. PETER PASKEVICH "Pete" GICNILRAL Tornado Captain . . . "l'etronella" ofthechorus . . . broadshoul- ders . . . famous "Porky" hair- cut . . . popularity plus. llaschall I. 2: Football 1, 2. Cap- tain fl: Dramatic Club 3. ALBERT PAYAKOVICH ffBut!, GENERAL Unusuallyqulet . . . honor roll vet- eran . . . thoughtful andoblig- ing . . . good kid. Plnpzvpong l. 2: Wrestling Il: lland llall I, 2: Volley Ball 2. FAYE F. PERIL erlyaycv GENERAL Novel reader . . . corresponds with the army . . . halls from Indian- apolis . . . cute feather bob. Basketball 2, 3. RUTH M. PERZEL PfRudy!J VocATIoNAL HOME ECONOMICS Tall and slender . . . excellent organ player . . . studious . . . active . . . loves classic music and liter' ature . . . basket sinker. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Ping- pong 1. 2: CARMI-:LITE 3: Soccer 1: Volley Ball 1, 2. JAMES J. PHILLIPS HIi'n!! ACADEMIC Forever seen in convertible . . . ex- cellent trumpet player . . . chic appearance . . . wavyhair . . . sleeps through classes. Band 1, 2. 3: Cross Country 1: Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1: Hand Ball 2: Archery Club 2: Op- eretta 1, 2: Ping-pong 1, 2: Culture Vulture 2. THOMAS M. PIENKOWSKI ffTimD GENERAL Tall . . . quiet , . . interested in airplanes . . . intelligenceplus . . . employed after school. WILLIAM L. PLOPPERT ffDewy!, GENERAL Unassuming . . . always seen with "Hank" . . . excellent football player . . . "nifty"personallty. Football 2, 3: J. V. Football 1: Track 2. l STANLEY J. POVILAITIS NPO Lreyii GENERAL Basketball star . . . boisterous . . argumentative . . . well-liked . . . witty . . . "lrwes"Engllsh. Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 2. 3: Hand Ball 2: J. V. Football 1: Student Council 2: Track 2. EDWARD C. PRANSKAITIS ffpercyi, GENERAL Alwaysaskingforcandy . . . in- quisitive . . . fun loving . . . placid nature . . . grocery clerk. Soccer 1. JEAN E. PRICE "Pricey" VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Short and quiet . . . fond of jewel- ry . . . snap-shot addict . . . clear complexion . . . poetess. Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Ping- pong 1. THOMAS R. PRICE ffTom,! ACADEMIC Honor student . . . friendly and reserved . . . co-operative . . . good judgment . . . speaks Ger- man tiuently. Honor Society 2, 3, President 3: Tratiic Patrol 3. TILLIE PUSTELNICK ffTill,J GENERAL Vi'ell-liked . . . will 0' the wisp . . . wears suspenders . . . tells en- tertaining jokes . . . wears bows. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Hock- ey 1. ELIZABETH L. RAGALYI "Lizzie" COMMERCIAL Attractive coiffure . . . talkative . . . prompt and depeIIdable . . . domestically inclined. CARMELITE 3: Ping-pong 1, 2: Vol- ley Ball 1. 2, 3: Hockey 1: Year- book 3: Baseball 1. WILLIAM H. RAMAGE "Bill" GENERAL Work-dodger . . . prankster and teaser . . . distnrhs study periods . . . works at fatlIer's gas sta- tion. OLGA M. RAsLAvIcH ffofgali VocA1'IoNAL HOME ECONOMICS Day-dreamer . . . variety of facial expression . . . fond of skating . . . cooked for the football squad. IXL 3. F. GLORIA REITZ "Gloria" GENERAL Easily excited . . . always willing to help . . . solitaire . . . likes to dance and read . . . enjoys clas- sics aIId natIIre. intramural Basketball 1: Ping-pong 1. LEONARD J. RODAK ffMa'Y1J GENERAL Reliable student . . . small of stat- ure . . . well-liked . . . football hero . . . muscles ofiron. Football 1, 2, 3: Hand Ball 2: Track 1, 2. 3. R K 3 I V" ' v 1 'V 'f 29 .-,' X XL ' 41 jon N L. ROVNAK "Iobn,' GI-.NuRAI. Mimeographer . . . perpetual teas- cr . . . likes blondes . . . good worker. Band l, 2: IXI. 3: Spotlight 3. DOROTHY J. RUBRICH1' "Dot" GI-ZNILRAL Quiet and self-controlled . . . likes dancing: . . . trustworthy . . . il'6llC'l'0llN . . . sales girl. llaschall l: Pillg'-lllillg 1. 2: Volley Ball I. 2: Soccer 1: llockey 1. BLA NCH Ii A. RUPP "Blam'lae" VoCA'rIoNAI. HOMI1 ECONOMICS Always seen with her sister . . . shorter of the two . . . designer . . . soda fountain girl. intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: llase- ball li IXI. 3: Ping-pun: 1, 2: Vol- ley Ball 1: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. DoRIs M. RUI-P "Doris" VoCA1'IoNAI. HOMIQ ECONOMICS Ambitious . . . quick tempered . . . fond of sports . . . an Army cor- respondent. Intramural llaskethall l, 2. 3: Base- bnll 1: l'inpz-pong l. 2: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. CARL j. RUTHS "Carl" GliNliRAI. lted halrand freckles . . . mischie- vous . . . happy-go-lucky . . . enjoys music . . . ferventboy scout. GRACE M. RYAN "Gracie" ACADEMIC VarioushaiI'do's . . . matron of the stage . . . enjoys Red Skelton . . . innumerable interests . . . monogramed socks. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Cul- ture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Masque and Gavel 2. 3: Year- book 2. 3: Senior Class Play 3. FRANCIS J. RYDZEWSKI "Frank" GENLRAL Small and husky . . . IIHIIIQS man . . . mannerly and quiet . . . varied interests. Hand Ball 2. HARRIET V. SAIJUSKY "Harriet" ACADLMIC Artistically inclined . . . studious . . . Izenerous . . . ambition to he a doctor . . . dry wit. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Cul- ture Vulture 2: Ping:-pong 1: Hock- ey 1. RITA T. SADUSKY "Riff VOCATIONAL Home ECONOMICS Chubby . . . natural rosy cheeks . . . Mary W.'s pal . . . salesgirl . . . quiet and sincere. Basketball 1: Camera Club 2, 3. LOUISE D. SAMUEL "Sam,' ACADEMIC lilue eyes . . . blonde hair . . . witty . . . good student . . . collegiate wardrobe . . . excels in dancing. Intramural Basketball 1. 3: Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Uperetta 1. 2: Ping- pong 1: Archery Club 2: Yearbook 3: Soccer 1. ANNA M. SARISRY fPAnnD GENERAL Always heard . . . never seen . . . ready, willing and able . . . live- ly . . . companionable. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Base- ball 1: CARMI-:I.I1'I-2 3: Soccer 1: Cul- ture Vulture 2: Ping-pong 1. 2: Student Council 3. MARIE A. SAssANI fPHicH GENERAL Jolly and likeable . . . fond of sports . . . collects pennants . . . admires "M, P.'s." Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. ANNA M. SAUKAITIS "Anna" GENERAL lnquisitive . . . gay . . . always on thego . . . future nurse . . . rapid talker . . . argumentative. Culture Vulture 2. GENEVIEVE M. SAVAGE ffIenny7! VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Tall and slender . . . enjoys roller skating . . . enjoys candy . . . costume jewelry addict. RITA P. SCHREIBER frRitan GENERAL Hails from Harrisburg . . . good student . . . reserved . . . hasa "steady" . . . speaks French flu- eIItly. IXL 3. GLENN E. SCHULTZ "Glenn" ACADEMIC Acapable student . . . co-opcrative . . . wallpaper hanger . . . heck- ler . . . well liked. Hand Ball 2: Yearbook 1. 2: Class Vice President 2: Photography Club 1. 2: Intramural Basketball l. CATHERINE E. SCICCHITANO "Katie" COMMERCIAL Beautiful teeth . . . popular class officer . . . co-operative . . . journalist . . . pleasing person ality. Yearbook 3: Hockey '12 Class Sec- retary 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Camera Club 2. Secretary 3: IXL 1, 2, Editor 3: Operetta 1, 2: C.IIIIvIEI.ITI-1 1, 2. Editor 3: Quill and Scroll 2. Secretary 3: Spotlight Co- Editor 2: Baseball 1: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: I'ing-pong 1, 2. MARIE A. SI-IEBELSRIE "Marie" VOCATIONAL HoME ECONOMICS Changes hair-do's frequently . . . conscious of appearance . . . day dreamer . . . outdoor girl . . . attractive. Intramural Basketball 1. LEROY H. SHERMAN "Sbc'rrn" GENERAL Quiet disposition . . . shy . draftee . . . IIIIHSSUIIIIIIH . blushcs frequently. Cross CoIIIItry 3: Soccer 1. 2. IRENE T. SI-IIERANT "Renee" VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Prominent dilnples . . . eIIjoys skat- ing . . . good student . . . ready for fun . . . attractive person- ality. Intramural Basketball 1. 3: Spot- light 2. Co-Editor 3: Quill aIId Scroll 3: IXL 3: Hockey 1: Honor Society 3 I fy I f '... . , 31 I NK ' Kxtp' - 5. 2 MARIE V. SHUPINSKI "Marian VoCA1'IoNAI. HOME ECONOMICS Designs and makes own clothes . . . enjoys dancing and sports . . . "Sklps"uround . . . massive hair ribbons . . . flair twlrler. llItranIural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Hock- ey I: Drlll Team 2, 8: Ping-pong l. 2. ANNA E. SHUPTAR "Annie" ACADEMIC Blonde and attractive . . . popular IlI0llIbCl' of Drlll Team . . . enjoys basketball . . . drulnatlcablllty. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 8: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Camera Club 2. 3: Archery Club 2: Masque and Gavel 3: Operetta 1, 2: Ping-pong 1, 2: Yearbook 2. 3: Hockey 1: Soccer 1: Senior Class Play 3: Drill Team 1. 2, 3. PAUL SLACHTA "Tuckie" COMMl.RClAL Dependable . . . good sport . . . Mr. Nelson's helper . . . expres- sive eyes . . . persistent talker. CARMI-:I.I'ra 3: Ililllil Ball 2: IXL 3: Spotlight 8. jon N F. SMITH "Smitty" GENERAL Tall and dark . . . sociable . . . aperfect gentleman . . . willing spirit . . . "Captain." Basketball 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1, 2. GLORIA R. SNYDER "Gloria" GENERAL Strawberry bloIIde . . . pleasing personality . . . always seen at IIIOVICH . . enjoys reading and blcyde riding. Intramural Basketball 1: Ping-pong 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1. HARRIET F. SNYDER "Shorty" VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Short and chubby . . . sense ofhu- mor . . . talkative . . . practical joker . . . happy-go-lucky. lIItraInural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Base- ball 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball l: Operetta 1, 2: l'iIIp:-pong 1, 2: Soccer 1: Hockey 1. JOSEPH F. SNYDER "Snippr'r" GENERAL Friendly . . . helpful . . . short aIId muscular . . . all around good sport. Football 2. JEANNE M. STUTZMAN ffstcwii ACADEMIC Co-ed type . . . energetic . . . full of fun . . . basketball star . . . "Fudge Sllllllli6S." Culture Vulture 2: Intramural Bas- ketball 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club 3: Archery Club 2: Masque and Gavel 3: Ping-pong 1. 2: Student Council l. 2: Yearbook 2, 3: Hockey 1: Drill Team 2, 3. THERESA M. SWARTZ "Theresa" VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Enjoys dancing and sports . . . an- other cook for the football squad . . . lllilki'S friends easily . . . in- terior decorator. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3: Ping- pong I, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Soc- cer 1. NICHOLAS TOLRACH ffKelly!D GENERAL Etlicient . . . quiet but likeable . . . newspaper editor of the future . . . blushes bebiIId the ears. BEN T. TREFSGAR frBenn GENERAL Tall and blonde . . . clean cut . . wears a bright red shirt . good linesman. Football 2, 3: J. V. Football 1. FRANCIS TROCKI "Skeeter" GENERAL Attractive towhead . . . always neatly dressed . . . gay and so- ciable . . . ladies' Illlflll . . . tenor voice. Intramural Basketball 1: CARMI-:LITI-1 3: Hand Ball 2: IXL 3: Spotlight 3: Soccer 1. CONRAD TYLENDA "Connie', GENERAL Co-efficient . . . up-to the IIIinute III news events . . . draftee . . . original joker . . . Ill8.l'I'S man only. MAGIJALEN B. VILRAUSKAS ffMadgeU CDMMERCIAL Fond of roller skating aIId read- ing . . . attends movies frequent- ly . . . friendly. Intramural Basketball 1, 3: Ping- pong I: Yearbook 3. conversationalist . . . ANNA E. VITAS "Annie" GENERAL Laughable . . . always heard . . . studious . . . never inahurry . . . basketball enthusiast. Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3: CAR- MELITE 2: Yearbook 3: Volley Ball I. KATHARINE N. VOULELIS "Kaffe" ACADEMIC Well-informed on all subjects . . . always clownlng . . . likes to read . . . ample wardrobe . . . candid camera fiend. Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3: CAR- MI-:I,I'rI4 1, 2: Volley Ball 1: Culture Vulture 2: Yearbook 3: Honor Society 2, 3. Secretary 3: Ping-pong l. 2: Spotlight 2, 3: Hockey 1. BETTY M. WAGNER rrBetJ3 VocArIoNAL HoME ECONOMICS "Bloomsburg" . . . always racing with the buzzer . . . likes to bowl . . . vivacious . . . Mr. "K.'s" pal. Intramural Basketball 2. 8: Ping- pong 1, 2: Volley Ball I, 2: Soccer I. EARL WAGNER, JR. Hwagii GENERAL Tall and thin . . . worksln Pen- IIey's . . . plays "lIo0key" . . . enjoys loaflng . . . reserved. Dramatic Club 3: J. V. Football 1: Wrestling 1. JOHN I. WAGNER Pflufkb GENERAL Starts classroom riots . . . always teasing . . . likes mechanics and photography . . . "roly-poly." Glee Club 2: Operetta 2. REGINE L. WALSH "Ieannie" VOCATIONAL HoME ECONOMICS Prefers "Green" . . . sparkling eyes . . . "twinkle toes" . . . freckles . . . very thoughtful . . . a true friend. Intramural Basketball 2, 3: CAR- MI-:I.I'rI-: 2: Drill Team 2, 3: Ping- pong 1, 2: Spotlight 2: Volley Ball 1, 2. WEVL tk - i K f '...,. as I . Q, RM ' U, l 1 - BERNICE M. WANZIE ffBrcn,J GENERAL Peaches and cream complexion . servicemen's delight . . . chic . . keeps Midway In business . . . collector of "hardware" Pin -pong I: Yearbook 3: Baseball I: fntramural Basketball 1, 2: CAR- MIIJLITI-: 1. 2. 8: Quill and Scroll 2. 8: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Spotlight 2. 3: IXL 1. 2. 8: Operetta 1. 2: Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1: Drill Team 2. 8. MARY L. WASILEWSKI rrwusbynr VOCATIONAL HoME ECoNoMlCs "Sco0ps"arouud . . . "me and Illy camera" . . . temperamental, yet reserved . . . Saturday extra. Intramural Basketball I. 2: Camera Club. President 2. 8: Dramatic Club 2. 8: Mascuie and Gavel 8: Photog- raphy Clu I. 2. 3: Ping-pong 2: Yearbook 2, 3. RAYMOND J. WASILESKI fFRay!! GENERAL Prankster . . . full of vltalit . . . "merrily we live" . . . well-rilressed . . . popular. Cheerleader 1. 2: Archery Club 2: IXL 3: Spotlight 8. STANLEY P. VIASILEWSKI ffstasbii GENERAL "Chorus girl" . . . good math stu- dent . . . ambitious . . . likes todrive . . . machinist . . . at- tends night school. Hand Ball 2: IXL 3: Spotlight 3. FRANK J. WASNESKE nF1'dlIk,, GENERAL An MACIIIQNDOX . . . likes tripz . . always seen ut never heard . . shy . . . history shark. EMMA C. WEISSINGER "Emma" GENERAL Appreciates jokes . . . drivesacar . . . dark wavy lIair . . . one of the drill team . . . out-doorgirl. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 8: Drill Team 2. 3: Volley Ball 1. 2: Yearbook 2: Soccer 1: Class Secre- tary 2. JEAN E. WERT "jamie" GENERAL Moody . . . good soprano voice . . quiet . . . amiable. Glee Club 1, 2. 8: Operetta 2. CHARLOTTE A. WILLIAMS "Chilly" VOCATIONAL I-IoME ECONOMICS Grace L. Hill fan . . . jolly and friendly . . . agood noise maker at pep meetings. Intramural Basketball 1: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. T. LLOYD WILLIAMS "Trapper" ACADEMIC Popular class president . . . an all llflllllld athlete . . . etfervescent personality . . . awhizz kid . . . jokes right off tlIe "cob" . . . fu- ture cadet. Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2. 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Archery Club 2: Trafllc Patrol 3: Volley Ball 1: Class President 2, 3: Honor Society 2. 3, Treasurer 3: Dramatic Club 3. WILLIAM WILLIAMS fPBill!, ACADEMIC Talks his way out of a situation . . . well-liked . . . Huck FInn's double . . . part of "Standard" gang . . . stage hand. Basketball 1: Hand Ball 2: Archery Club 2: Masque and Gavel 8: Traf- tlc Patrol 3: Hand Ball Champ 2: Dramatic Club 3: SeIIlor Class Play 3. JEAN E. WILLIARD Hleanii GENERAL Meek and mild . . . silvery voice . . . petiteand charming . . . "camoutlaged" . . . skater . . . spends vacation at Knoebel's. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2: Ping- pong 1. 25 Volley Ball 1: Yearbook 1, 2, 3. HUBERT J. WILLIS "Will" ACADEMIC A newcomer . . . red hair . . . quiet but well-liked . . . honor student . . . brilliant machinist. Honor Society 3. G. FLINT WILLS "Flaunt" GENERAL A "horn tooter" . . . mystery story reader . . . never missesadance. Hand Ball 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Ping- pong 2, Volley Ball 2: Track 3. WALTER F. WOJCIK "Waker" GENERAL Agood worker . . . bashful . . . well-liked . . . conscientious stu- dent . . . automobile mechanic. CHARLES W. Yoozls HCGSD GENERAL "Einstein" . . . usually late . . . never heard . . . rosy cheeks . . . well-mannered. JoHN J. YUSKALIS fflutyb GENERAL Aladies' man . . . truant . . . loves to dance . . . famous wlse- cracker . . . friendly disposition. Dramatic Club 3: Hand Ball 2: Wrestling B. CECILIA R. ZAJEWSKI "Celie" GENERAL Natural in her ways . . . loqua- cious . . . original . . . likes bas- ketball . . . short and sweet. Intramural Basketball 1: Ping-pong 1, 2: Yearbook 8. ALBERT H. ZANELLA NAI!! GENERAL Everybody's friend . . . "Gypsy Rose Lee" . . . drivesaPontiac . . . hard worker for the class . . . coal black hair. Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Hand Ball 1, 23 Archery Club 2: Ping- pong 1, 2: Traffic Patrol sg Volley Ball 1: Soccer 1. Joi-IN ZEBIAK ffzebil ACADEMIC A future scientist . . . willing to help . . . argumentative . . . voice like "Bing" . . . well dressed. Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club 3: Archery Club 2: Photography Club 5: Ping-pong 2: Hand Ball 2: Band 1, 2: Senior Class Play 8: Masque and Gavel: Honor Society 3. DOROTHY J. ZIEGER "Carbon ACADEMIC Future gym teacher . . . attractive personality . . . originality plus . . . controlsclasspurse . . . unique laugh. Senior Class Play 3: Yearbook 1, 2, 8: Class Treasurer 1, 2, 8: Op- eretta 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Soccer 1: Culture Vulture 2: Masque and Gavel 8: Dramatic Club 3: Volley Ball 1: Drlll Team 3: Hockey 1: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Student Council 1 ' :f . S f,.,,,.Y,!, I it ', . A A 35 J ,,- F ix "1 ' - 1. I ui RK .. 9 LAMAR T. ZIMMERMAN fflinll! GENERAL An accomplished barber . . . "Nat- alie" . . . ubutchnmn in Dutch . .l. rlralnntlcublllty . . . agood pa . Band 1. 2, 8: Drumntlc Club 2. 3: Mus ue and Gavel 33 Ping-pong 2: MARY C. ZINZARELLA "Marie" GENERAL Basketball fan for ll detlnlte reason . . . vaccinated with u phono- graph needle . . . honor roll stu- dent . . . limpld brown eyes. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 8: CAR- MELITE 2: Culture Vulture 2: IXL 'Prudlc 1. Sept. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Mar. Mar. May May May May May 2, B: Honor Society 3: Spotlight 2. 3: Volley Bull 1: Yearbook 2. 33 Hockey 1. FRANK D. ZORICA "Gus" GENERAL "A Big, Big Boy" . . . state discus champ . . . blood donor . . . ai man about town. Football 1. 2. 3: Hand Ball 2: Truck 1, 2: Truftlc Patrol 3. SENIOR CLASS CALENDAR 19-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 16-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 20-Skating Party at Bridy's Rink. 14-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 30-Victory dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 8-Skating Party at Bridy's Rink. 23-Orchestra Dance in the Silver Palestra. 25-Talent Night in the Auditorium. 29-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 6-Pre-Lenten Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. 9-Play "Ever Since Eve" in the Auditorium. 14-17--Senior Final Exams. 21-Class Day Assembly. 21-Senior Farewell Dance sponsored by the Junior Class. 2 3-Baccalaureate. 2 S-Commencement. 36 SONG OF THE CLASS OF 1943 fWords by Charles Muncatchyj Tune: Cornell Theme Song Now the time has come for part-ing, And we bid a-dieu, As we march from out these port-als Start-ing life a-new. Of our teach-ers we'll re-member Last-ing friends they are. So we'l1 start our jour-ney forward, Into a world un-heard. Out in-to this world we'll wan-der, Some to for-eign soil. Still we'll al-ways keep our mem-ries, As through life we toil. A If we go to fight for Free-dom We will soon re-turn. And the class of Forty-three Will, fight for Lib-er-ty. f' L. P 7 , in 7 ' if' - if 37 ff" .7 rv- xk V cp it Junior Class OFFICERS JOHN MAZUR ----- - President BETTY Lou STALNAKER Vice President KATHRYN GUARNA Secretary MAFALDA V1v1No ------- Treasurer Miss EDNA G. OLSHEFSKI AND Miss ELIZABETH A. KEALY1Ad'l'iS07S CLASS CALENDAR- Oct. 3-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. Oct. 24-Hecker's Dance in the Silver Palestra. Nov. 6--Sadie Hawkin's Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. Nov. 27 to Dec. 8-Magazine Subscription Campaign. April 15-Skating Party. May 7-Junior Prom in the Silver Palestra. May 21-Senior Farewell Dance in the Silver Palestra. Left to Right-Miss Edna Olshefski, John Mazur. Kntliryn Gunrna, Betty Lou Stalnnker, Miss Elizabeth Kenly, Mufuldn Vivino. 38 ROOM 201 First Row, Left to Right-Agnes Chueoski, Lois Bitler, Iiileen Covaleski, Stella Andrulevieh, Fleanor Bishop, Monica Agusiewicl, Florence August, Marcella Butkiewicz, Helen Butkera, Dorothy Chahala, Agnes Coyle, Helen Buclynski, jean Bernas. Second Row-Miss Iilizabeth Howard, Carl Criniti, Leonard Chmielewski, .lack Boltralik, Irene Brezitslti, Blanche Bailey, Eleanor Broah, Claire Cripps, Mary Damarodis, Virginia Cox, George Alexander, George Butella, Ben Daniels. Third Row--Pete Bolich, Michael Augustine, John Costello, John Bush, Robert Firosius, Herbert Barnhardt, Albert Belkoski, Raymond Bolstrum, Bernard Bernatowicz, Charles Chuprinski, joseph Costello, Edward Balichik, joseph Butkiewicz. ROOM 202 First Row, Left to Right--Mary Fantini, Roberta Gaetz, Harriet Glass, Anastasia Fedoek, Eleanor Dunham, Margaret jones, Betty Fisher, Kathryn Guarna, Charis Henry, Anna Gurba, Goldie Forktus, Genevieve Demboski, Shirley Emschweiler. Second Row-Mrs. Crowley, Samuel Fantini, Betty Green, Lorraine Feifer, Sally Hick, Annela Gesloclt, Thelma Gebauer, Helen Hudick, Mary Hombosky, Mildred Donkochik, Dolores jankowski, -Ioyce Johnson, Joseph l-Iomitz. Third Row-Glenn Frasch, W'illiam Herwig, Walter Hughes, Robert Drucis, David Gibboney, Albert Hori- Held, William Deitrick, Henry Honez, Howard Evans, Joseph Flynn, Richard l3gQoncini, Glenn Dlitl. 524' QQ 39 ROOM 203 lfirst Row, Left to Right-Irene Mateja, Sophie Lostyn, Sophie Luczkoski, Genevieve Lausas. Hernadine Koons, Dorothy Kobilis, Irene Ladika, Irene Kerestes, Helen Kehr, Lucille Krasicwski, Grace Lucae, Malvena Kerstetter, Doris Malick. Second Row-Miss Scieehitano, Bill Knock, Mary Kerdock, Mary Lconetti, Claire Kreski, Rita Lisiewski, Lillian Kort, Marie Makowski, Virginia Kunas, Betty Longbine, Leona Lucas, Victor Klimowicz. Third Row-Melvin Marwine, lidward Mareinkowski, Earl Knerr, jack Latshaw, Frank Kowalewski, Eugene Kornacki, joseph Karpinvki, johnny Kuklinski, Bernard Macutkewiez. Clair Klawitter, Henry Kort. ROOM 204 First Row, Left to Right-Agnella Rugutski, Margaret McManamin, Roae Marie Paulson, Anna Mae Mills, Geraldine Rovnak, Marguerite Nicoletti, Lillian Moskicwicz, Thelma Morris, .Iosephine Prostko, Ifleanor Profit, janet Pinamonti, Theresa Miriello, Anna Mae Painter. Second Row-Miss Billman, john McDonald, George Mouery, Lester Moxer, George Parnell, Gertrude Repella, Margaret Raeder, Anna Remetta, Agnes Rovinski, john Mazur, john Ramage, Charles Remaley, Peter Pustelniclt. Third Row-Wfillianm Mouery, Lewis Ruths, Max Peclergnana, Victor Narcavage, lidward Rakoski, Frank Mosclla, james Patrick, Stanley Narusevich, Robert Palmer, Phillip Petruskevich, Richard Menniti, George Murin. 40 ROOM 303 First Row, Left to Right-Mary Shulskie, Bertha Strocko, Kathryn Schlagle, Olga Schultz, Iivelyn Savage, Dolores Snipltie, Dolores Smith, Frances Rynkewicz, Betty Lou Stalnakcr, Mildred Sosh, Dorothy Samluk, Marie Rynkcwicz, Betty Sharer. Second Row-Mr. Marwine, Jerome Schoffler, john Sadusliy, Joseph Saukaitis, John Socha, Clara Rydzeslti, Regina Shulskie, Irene Smink, Martha Sienkewicz, William Semerod, john Sherman, Harold Smith, Albert Schramm. Third Row-David Scicchitano, Elwood Snyder, Robert Sipplc, Alton Strawn, Thomas Shuptar, Robert Strike, Edward Sinton, Henry Shymanslti, john Siedleslti, john Shimock, Louis Rydzewski, William Schuck, Edmund Scott. ROOM 305 First Row, Left to Right-Eleanor Urewicz, Irene Zaremba, Loretta Yost, Dorothy Zarzecki, Ramona Zelinskic, Irene Zorica, Theresa Zecoski, Rita Swatslti, Angela Wydra, Rita Zanella, Laura Swalinski, Lillian Szymczyk, Ramona Strzyzewski. Second Row-Mr. Barnes, Anthony Zorica, Mafalda Vivino, Dolores Zymek, Sophie Zawalik, Shirley Williams, Margaret Zaieski, Rita Tostanoski, Rose Varano, Anna Vasil, Madeline Wolfe, Jacqueline Weissinger, Mildred Troyan, june Yctskie, William White. Third Row-joseph Vitas, Robert Williard, Fred Williams, john Wojcilt, Norbert Wojcik, Albert Visiritainct, Leonard Wasileski, Kent Viehoever, jack Williams, Robert Wert, Andrew Yenolevagc, William Treon, William Yarnall, Paul Williams, john Zvirblis. 41 SOPIIOIIIOFC Class OFFICERS ROBERT PITTELLO - President HEDWIG KOVALESKI - Vice President THERESA SCICCHITANO Secretary Vxousr PANGRAZZI --.--- Treasurer Mlss MARY M. MAYAN AND Mlss ANNE M. QUIGLE-Y - Advisers CALENDAR Nov. 20-Beat Shamokin Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. Feb. 19-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. May 1-Dance with recorded music in the Silver Palestra. May 14-Skating Party at Bridy's Rink. Left to Right-Violet Pangruzzi. Robert Pittello, Hedwig Kovuleski, Theresa: Scivn-lxitano. Standing--Miss Mary Mayan und Miss Anne Quigley. 4-2 ROOM 102 First Row, Left to Right-Rita Bernas, Dorothy Andrejeski, Rose Marie Ambrose, Leona Butts, Anna Bodak, Betty Adams, Rita Boliek, Martha Baker, Second Row-Miss Maley, Irene Butkiewicz, Irene Bartol, Agnes Anelauskas, Doris Balcnt, Eleanor Bridy, Kathryn Burns, Evelyn Angeli. ROOM 309 First Row, Left to Right-Edward Coveleski, John Costello, Elizabeth Coroniti, Catherine Danilowicz, Theresa Danilowicz, Irene Criniti, Theresa Chango, Marie Chakilo, joan Davies, Josephine Casselberry, Stanley Andrulionis, Henry Alchimowicz. Second Row-Miss Quigley, Leonard Ballent, joseph Clover. joseph Costello, Stephen Brinchasli, Richard Caser, Raymond Bressi, Charles Boleski, Alfred Anescheclc, jack Bernctski, john Brokenshire. Third Row-Joseph Budick, John Brennan, Leonard Consevage, Frank Brzostowski, Joseph Carlow, Thomas Cole, William Adams, joseph Bender, Henry Bishop, Henry Bilda, Raymond Bepker. 1 43 ROOMIHO I-'irxr Row, l.efL to Right-Dorothy llomaniek, Henrietta lleiser, Ruth liverl, Anna lfvans, Rose Greeo Marion lilse. janet liarly, Theresa llomwyk, Helen Gibbons, Rita Guliek, llelen Gorman. Second RowvMr. Casari, lilmer Fantini, Helen Grenda, Carol Hecht, Nadja Dediclc, Anna Gondek. Gilda Greco, Genexieve Gnlinis, jean Fisher, Theresa DeLellis, Anna Felsko, Leroy Harrison. 'l'hird Row-Iired Ferenee, Thomas Hombosky, Louis Guivletti, John Dulko, Vitold lfremieh, Kay Fertig. Blaine llanderhan, john Gondol, john Hartman. ROOMIHI First Row, I.efl to Right-Iflivabeth juodis, Anna jurasiek, Ramona Hoxgood, Barbara jones, Doris Klawiuer, Leona Kovaliek, Hetlie jeffrey, Dorothy Korzcniecki. Mary Lord, Lorraine Kurilla, Clara Lucas, Mildred Hvizdn. Second Row-Mr. Chemey, Victor Koldosv, Robert Kramer, Thomm lsanwki, Helen Maekiewicl, Rita Liwiewski, Rita l.u1:hniclc, Violet Kovack, Dorothy Hower, Edward Kobilis, lidward Kerestex, Louis Klemax. Third RowfAntl1ony Lazarro, Leonard Alengelcski, Marshall jeffrey, W'illiam Hornberger, Leonard Mannello, Norman Huegel, Raymond Lisicwski, joseph Kobi, Marshall Mannello, Bernard Kuczeslni, George Kercstec, Harold Kline. 44- ROOM 312 First Row, Left to Right-Helen Mizak, Stella Mattucci, Emily Maris, jean Meseravieh, Mary Nowakoski, Sylvia Mikulski, Ramona Milewski, Anna Mae Menapace, Jacqueline Marquette. Irene Noskoviak, Betty Moyer, Irene Moser. Second Row-Mr. Breslin, Theresa Okopinski, Mary Muncatchy, Regina Olenehoek, Jessie Olenchuek, Angela Miskowski, Henrietta Okronglis, Louise Nester, Geraldine Marchetti, Helene Morgan, Theresa Mikulewicz, joan Mazari, LaRue Marquette. Third Row-Paul Olshefski, Michael Nodzak, Eugene Morris, John Menapace, james Morris, Jack Maurer, Norbert Mazari, Arthur Merlo, Raymond Murray, jack O'Donnell. ROOM 314 Ifirst Row, Left to Right-Theresa Politza, Theresa R. Olshefski, Miriam Ruths, Ella Riker, Mary Ryan, Dorothy Perlowski, Gloria Sadusky, Miriam Sadusky, Edna Sam, Veronica Remetta, Theresa B. Olshefslti. Second Row-Mr. Nelson, Edward Petruskevieh, Rita Rydzeski, Dorothy Rhoades, Violet Pangralzi, Elizabeth Procopio, jean Ruths, Alma Ruths, Betty Reiner, Josephine Pupo, Irene Pakoski, Stanley Pietrewiez. Third Row-Thomas Rusnak, james Rogers, john Roadarmel, Thomas Posipanko, Joseph Rynkiewicr, Thomas Radziunas, Henry Rakus, Leonard Polomski, joseph Repella. 45 ROOM 301 Ifirxi Row, Left to Right-Anna Snyder, jane Snedden, Lucy Schultz, Bcity Slotterbaek, Sylvia Sitko, Ruth Sauer, Geraldine Staskiel, Marion Steelfox, Leona Selio, Marceline Smith, Regina Strike. Second Row-Miss Marie McCarthy, Flory Soeha, Bernard Shalonis, Lorraine Scott, Verna Semerod, Mary Steelfox, Rita Shymanski, Theresa Scicchitcmo, Mary Seicchitnno, Thomas Snyder, Leon Saukaitiw, Francis Swartz, Daniel Sawieki. Third Row-'lihomas Shuda, Ildward Sharayko, john Singley, Kenneth Schultz, Harry Shutt, Thomas Strike, joseph Shupinski, john Snyder, Michael Secula, Billy Smith, Samuel Shull. ROOM 302 l-'irst Row, Left to Right-lidith Wargo, Alice Wagiier, Dorothy Tamecki, Betty Trefsgar, Margaret W'illiamS, Margaret Uhler, june Uhler, Betty Zimmerman, Stella Zul-towslti, Marie Zima, Rita Zetuski. Second RowfMiss lilizabeth A. Kealy, jean XVilson, Clementine Zolnerowiez, Dorothy W'atkins, janet Yanich, livelyn Yanich, Lorraine Wliite, Regina Wysatski, Frances Wydra, Florence Wliite, Dorothy Weikel. Thirtl Row-Francis Wisiiiewski, joseph Tronoski, Carl Wert, George Teufel, joseph Wasilewski, joseph Tomtishen, Stanley Zinda, joseph Warnalis, joseph Warsliewski, Harry Wliite, Vincent Wlistlo, joseph Thul, Henry Wasilewski. 46 THE SOPHOMORE INITIATION 1-Ruy Lisiewski, Henry Ihlkus, Marshall Jeffrey, Murslmll Muunello, Louis Klemus 2-llurotlly Zim-gn-r and .Kuna Shuptzxr axrrungze El soplmxumrf-'s hair-nlu to H1014 rx-gulaxtin Iiilfllizallu-tl1 1'rm'upio shown as 11 iinislxeml prolluut. -I-Gloria Smlusky. 5-.Im-k Wllmnm-ll turns 4-uruor :ls Gourgr- Hvizmln looks on. U4IIl'Il'll tlrn-mln, .lulm Gomlall, :xml llc-len llornnlu. 7-'Cutlu-rine Swim-vllitzxnu :xml .lm-:ul .lolfrev illitiutu Agnes: A111-lullslcus. SCHOOL ASSISTANTS Left to Right-Frank Mosczynski, School Police Oiflcerg William Smith, Janitorg Lester Deitrick, Firemang' Eleanor Bodner, Principal's Secretary. 47 wx, T 1: X 5 , gif. ff 5 f ML 95, 5 - 2r:,'Ig'1,.5T1, ,S ,Z . , f 1 K v , . :Wy QRGANIZATIONS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of this nrganivntion is to stimulate the scholarship, leadership, service, and character nl' the students in the secondary sclmols in this country, First lhiw, l,n-fl tu lliuhl Amlstusizt Iluxmlruulis. .lov Iiijalllskns, Vim- l'r4-Ninlvnl: 'l'lml1nts l'ri1-n-, l'rl-sitlvnl: Miss llmvatrrl, l"au'ul1y Ilirovlur: Lluycl XVillinms. 'l'rl-alsurvrg Kathryn Youlolis, Sf-t'r4-lxlry. Sei-mul limi' Lillian Alusltiewii-z, Irene Slim-iramt, Maury l'auu:ruzzi, Doris liurpznrcl, Mary Zinznri-lln, Blilmlreil Stash, Anim Slim-iz, .lt-ssie Furry, 'l'Iiir1l llnw .Ii-lin Zn-Ixink, Mnry llnmairmlis, Bluril- Kuris, Mi:-Inu-l l':u-lxllin, Alvxzlmlvr llro-vu, llulpli Cul:-. Irene Znriiai, lille-:uimr linvni-k. llulif-rt Willis. 'A' il' QUILL AND SCROLL The aim of this urganization is to encourage and reward individual achievement in journalism and allied subjects. It has taken an active part in raising standards in its field and in directing the course nf high selmnl journalism. lfirsl Row, In-fl lu lliuhl .le-:in Knvzlle-ski, Arln-nv Iflvnns, Vntlwrilni- Neil-vllitxtxiu, lfllvzlnur Kovnvk, Si-email llmv Phyllis Krmn-Ii, llnrntliy Lisii-wski, Tlu-rn-su Luzznrn, Blnry l'unL:ruzzi, Knlliryn tluurlm, llurutliy Sloskii-wivz, Nlr. N1-lsnn, l"m-tllty Dirt-vtur. 'I'liir4l limi' ltilai Lustyn, Ire-nv Shierunt. llorutlmy Ile-isa-r, Anatslzlsiu llunmrmliu, Mnrgnrel Murtz, Mnrio- linris. ltulnumt tl'lin-illy, limes- Marie Iiremmn. 50 MASQUE AND GAVEL The threefold objective of Masque and Gavel is: To recognize and promote significant student achievement in any area of speech in the high schoolq to assist the student in raising his standards of speechg to sponsor a better relationship between the high school and its community. I-'irst llow, Left to Itielxf-fMivli:u-l 'l'2lt'liIli2l. Gran-e Ryan. Si-i-ri-t:lry: Mary PllIlL1!'ilZZi. S4'rQ.f4'!lllf-llf-AFIIIS1 Miss Quigley, Fzleillty Dirt-vtor: .lark Morgan, Presiilont: Evelyn Nennmnn, Treasure-rg Kent Vin-lion-ver. Si-1-onil llow--llill xVllll2llllS. Eleanor Ilrosli, Mary M'aisiIewslti. Margrlret Martz, Jn-:ln Bailey, xvlillilil Fairson, Dorothy Moskii-n'ivz, Alton Strawn, 'l'I1ir4l lion' -.iohn Zelvink, Harriet Glass, RPI'llil!lillt-' Koons, Dorothy Ziegler. llolu-rtal fini-tz. lllHlI'ltN Mnlinuuh-lay. I.:nn:ur Zilninerlnzln, Jeanne NTIHZIIHIYI. Anna Slniptnr. Hose Marie lirvinnl, .lnlnn-s Pntrivk. ul' ir STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Council is, fab to promote cooperation between students and faculty in the administration of school affairs, in particular those affairs which deal with student activities, and, fbj to make thc students aware of their part in creating a better school through improving their own conduct. First Row, Left to Higlxtfliela-n Kehr. David Sviwliitaliln. Treasurer: Anna Jnrxxsit-k, Sl'1'l'0i2ll'XC Ulnrl Kownlt-wski. l'r1'si1l4-nt, Jenn Mm-svralvivli, Stanley Nnrnsvwivz. Glorin Saldnsky. Sm-omi Row- Mr. Flnlsney. Adviser: Str-lla Znkowski, Jenn Augustine, Irena- Malkoski, Nadja Dcdiek, Ilormhy Zeiger, Annu Snrisky, William Deitrin-It. 51 First Row, Left to Right-Evelyn Neumann, Harriet Glass, Kathryn Schlagle, Charis Henry, Mildred Sosh, Kathryn Guarna, Miss Quigley, Anna Gurba, Helen Kehr, Marguerite Nicoletti, Lois Bitler, Madeline Wolfe, Mary Pangrazzi. Second Row-Wanda Carson, Lillian Schucker, Jeanne Stutzman, Grace Ryan, Doris Burgard, Anna Shuptar, Dorothy Zieger, Louise Samuel, jean Bailey, Arlene Evans, Bernadine Koons, Mary Damarodis, Roberta Gaetz, Margaret Martz, jean Wil- liard, Dorothy Moskiewicz, Mary Wasilewski. Third Row-jack Morgan, Charles Muncatchy, Edward Sinton, Alton Strawn, jack Williams, james Patrick, Bill Williams, Michael Pachutn, Homer Wenrich, William Trcon, Richard Mennetti, Robert Belfanti, Kent Viehoever, john Zebiak. ienior and Junior Dramatic Cluh OFFICERS President - - - JACK MORGAN S1'z'rz'lury-Trvasllrvr - MARY PANGRAZZI The Dramatic Club offers an opportunity for students to grow culturally through their knowledge of the theater and the great plays of today and yesterday. By participation in the activities of the club, the student becomes more poised, more careful in speech and more cooperative. Presentations this year included, "Don't Look Now, Fannyf' "Farewell, Cruel World," "Who Says Can't," all one-act plays, Talent Night and the Senior Class Play "Ever Since Eve." 52 First Row, Left to Right-Mildred Hvizda, Rita Zetusky, Margaret Williams, Geraldine Staskiel, Gloria Sadusky, Miss Maley, Miriam Sadusky, Edna Sam, Leona Butts, Agnes Anelauskas, Gloria Cole. Second Row-Marie Chakilo, Evelyn Yanick, Anna Bodak, Janet Yanich, Betty Moyer, Nadja Dcdick, Theresa Scicchitano, Stella Mattucci, Violet Kovack, Anna Mae Mcnapace, Janet Early, Betty Adams. Third Row-Josephine Casselberry, Anthony Lazzaro, John Menapace, James Morris, John Roadarmel, Jack Snyder, Thomas Snyder, Marion Else. op omore Dramatic OFFICERS President - - JACK SNYDER Vice President JANET EARLY Secretary - - JOHN MENAPACE Treasurer - ANNA MAE MENAPACE The Sophomore Dramatic Club begins the development of innate talent among the members. The fundamental principles of dramatics are practiced to lay a firm foundation for more advanced training. Play-writing, directing and production are done by individual members in order to give them experience along this line. 2 Al, pg? L 1. 53 tx f i T' TRAFFIC PATROL First Row, Left to Right-Frank Zorica, Albert liremich, Lloyd Williams, Henry Angeli, Robert Howcr. Second Row--lack Morgan, Alex Greco, Thomas Price, Albert Zanclla, Charles Muncntcliy, Francis Iiileski, Bill Williams, Mr. Barnes, Director. 'k -k CAMERA CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Thomas Bowers, Catherine Sciccliitano, Mary Wasilcufski, Iilcnnnr Knvnck, Anna Sliuptar. Second Row--Mr. Kozlowski, Directory joseph Krivickas, David Sciccliitano, Riclmrd Mennitti, Paul Bolick, Robert Belfanti. 54 THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Hedwig Kovaleski, Alma Ruths, Margaret Williams, Betty Zimmerman, Edith Wargo, Kathryn Guarna, Anna Gurba, Helen Naroleski, Harriet Glass, Miriam Ruths, Arlene livans, Margaret Martz, Jean Williard, Thelma Morris, Dorothy Zieger, Charis Henry, Dorothy Wcikel. Second Row-Miss Williams, Betty Lou Stalnaker, Doris Burgard, Lorraine White, Sophie Zawaliek, Jacqueline Marquette, Anna Mae Menapace, Leona Butts, Betty Adams, Li'lian Schucker, Anna Bodnk, janet Yaniclt, Barbara Jones, Janet Ann Early, Joan Mazari, Mildred Hvizda, Roberta Gaetz, Mary Damarodis, Marcella Butkiewicz, Theresa Scicchitano, Betty jane Reiner, Louise Samuel, jean Wert. Third Row-Anna Shuptar, Mafalda Vivino, Harriet Snyder, Gertrude Repella, June Yctski, Dolores Jankowski, Betty Jane Moyer, Nadja Dediclt, LaRue Marquette, Miriam Saduslty, Gloria Saduslty, Doris Balent, Mary Scicchitano, Violet Kovack, Marie Chakilo, Evelyn Yanick, Charlotte Williams, Catherine Scicchitano, Marion Steelfox, Josephine Casselberry, Mary Louise Muncatci-y, Gloria Borga. 'k 'k THE BAND First Row, Left to Right-William Billman, Marlin Oswald, Albert Green, Paul Billman, Kenneth Kerstetter, David Earley, Emanuel Kerestes, Jack Latshaw, jack Spotts, Edward Sinton, George Beckage. Second Row-William Treon, John Bender, Donald Kerestes, Nelson Bitler, John Socha, Gerald Weissingcr, Bertram Sipple, Clayton Stashinski, Glenn Edwards, Steve Menapace, Charles Wagner, Ray Evert, Ray Hummel, Lamar Kraftschak. Third Row-Edward Nozisko, Charles Herb, Raymond Murray, Edwin Scott, William Semerod, Edward Kerestes, Robert Earley, Flint Wills, Charles Wightman, Raymond Wctzel, Paul Dietz, Robert Strike, Theodore Trefsgar, Harry White, Norman White, James Harring, Robert Sipple, Lamar Zimmerman, Max Pedcrgnana, Bernard Bernatowicz, Thomas Strike, Edward Flynn, William Francis, Paul Colwxx. Fourth Row-Herbert Becker, Raymond Schlagle, Roman Duni, Eugene Kornatski, Jack Willianis, David Scicchitano, Kay Fertig, Virginia Kunis, Mary Damarodis, Marie Makowski. ' 55 CARMELITE LITERARY COMMITTEE Ifirsl Ruw, I.efr to Right4Mary Pangrani, jenn Kovaleski, Mary Zinnrella, Rim Carlow, Theresa I.a11.1ro, Arlene livans, Cilnria llorga, Phyllis Krouch. Second Row-Iileanur Kuvack, Marie Koris, Irene Malknski, Catherine Scicchirann, Victoria Duda, Lillian Kriskie, Dorothy Iisiewiki, Rose Marie Brennan, Jeanette Lisiewslci. 'k 'A' CARMELITE ADVERTISING COMMITTEE lfirsl Row, Iieft lu Right-.lean Kovaleski, Iimily Kcrestcs, Cecilia Zajcwski, Arlene Evans, Anna Shuptar, Luuise Samuel, Anna Viras. Second Row-Marie Kuris, lileanor Kovack, Dorothy Lisicwski, Clara Kowalewski, Grace Ryan. Magdalen Vilkauslcas. 56 CARMELITE TYPING COMMITTEE First Row, Left to Right-Anastasia Damarodis, Mary Zinzarella, Eleanor Kovack, Mary Pnngrazzi, Arlene Evans, Phyllis Krouch. Second Row-Anna Vasil, Irene Malkoski, Marie Koris, Clara Kowalewski, Bernice Warmzie, Virginia Mc- Fadden, Jeanette Lisiewski. Third Row-Charis Henry, Catherine Scicchitano, Carolyn Mattucci, Elizabeth Ragalyi, Gloria Borga, Theresa Lazzaro. 'k 'K' CARMELITE SALES COMMITTEE First Row, Left to Right-Anna Mae Painter, Eleanor Brosh, Anna Vasil, Anna Gurba, Kathryn Guarnn, Mary Damarodis, Dolores Jankowski. Second Row--Janet Early, Betty Trefsgar, Jessie Olenchock, Lorraine White, Lorraine Scott. 57 EDITORIAL STAFF: CARMELITE WEEKLYg IXLQ AND SPOTLIGHT First llnw, L4-ft to Ilii:IitA3Inry Ilnnmrodin, Rose Mnrie Brennaln, Phyllis 'K!'Illll'll, .Ii-an Kovnivr-lki, Arlt-no Evans, Ifutlmrint- Sn-iw-liituno, IGI:-nnnr Kovns-k, Maury I'nni:rnzzi, 'l'l1e-ri-sn Luzznro. Svc-onli ltuwflliss Km-ally, Maury Zinznre-lin, Irene Znrin-in, Mario Koris, Itninonax 0'Iloilly, Dolores Jzlnkowski, Henrietta IIeiSr-r, Iiernivo IYIIIIZIO, IIt-len IIllllil'li, Miss Ilnhner. Third Row-Sopliin Lnstyn, Dorothy Heist-r, Dorothy I.isiowski, Annu Gnrlm, Kathryn Gnnrnu, Tin-resn St'iec'lnit:1lm, Yinlvt Iinv:u'k. BUSINESS STAFF: CARMELITE WEEKLYg IXLQ AND SPOTLIGHT First How, I.:-ft to llitzhtfltohert Ilower, Arlene Evans, Mary Zinznrelln, Iiitn Cnrlnw, Clurn Knwnlc-wski, AIIIIHUIHIJI Ilnlnurnflis, Iinninnel Kerestos. S4-z-mul Ilnu'fl'Il4-:mor Kovavk, Bnrnive XVnnzie. Lillinn Moskiewivz, Mafnlda Vivinn, Maury Ilriily, Lillian Kriskie, Vim-torin Dnfin, Dorothy Moskic-wit-z, Virginia IlIl'I"lllIlI9l'l, Mr. Nelson. 'l'l1irrl IIOlV+CIlill0l'lll0 S1-ivvhitnnn, Carolyn IlI!ltfllf'I'I, Ht-len Nnroleskl, Clmris Henry, Anna Yxlsii, Gloria Borgn, Elizabeth Rngallyi, Mary Pnnirrnzzi. The Curmvlilz' Wt'c'kly has given an open account to the public of the activities that constitute our life at school. The IXI., a literary publication, serves as an outlet for the originality of talented individuals of the student body. The Spoifigbl has given through regular publications a vivid account of current affairs and has served as a convenient advertiser for all school affairs. 58 DRHJJTEAM Left to Right-Miss Mayan, Irene Zorica, Mildred Bender, Bernice Wanzie, jean w73lSl1, Lorraine Feifer Emma Weissiliger, Jeanne Stutzman, Anna Shuptar, Marie Shupinski, Doris Burgard, Evelyn Neumann Charis Henry, Dot Ziegcr. The drill team is not only noted for its attractive appearances in paradcsg but also in aiding Uncle Sam by leading all the patriotic drives in our community and making them a great success. uk ir CHEERLEADERS First Row, Left to Right-Robert Belfanti, Anthony Lazzaro, Michael Paehuta. Second Row-Jeanette Lisiewski, Elizabeth Coroniti, Mary Leonetti. The cheerleaders have been the unfailing enthusiastic directors of thc assembly pep-meetings as well as the lively leaders of student cheering on the gridiron. 59 1 v ARMY ZF NAVY UzXY -'UCTUIJJER I. l0'I'2 Varsity Football Squad First Row, Left to Right-Manager, Thomas Sliuptar, john Mazur, William White, George Teufel, Clair Klawitter, Mike Secula, john Snyder, John Ramzlge, Joseph Bender, William Knock, John Costello, John Bush. Second Row-Trainer, Frank Ososki, Gilbert Snyder, Ray Olenchock, Leonard Rodak, Lloyd Williams, Frank Zorica, Henry Shymanski, joseph Ference, Peter Paskevich, Albert Eremich, Ben Trefsgar, Stanley Povelaitis, Henry Laskowski, William Ploppert. Third Row-Mr. Albert Jones, A.D., Robert W'illi:ird, Joseph Carlow, Robert Drucis, Daniel Sawick, Albert Horsfield, Bill Deitrick, Victor Narcavage, Glenn Frasch, Jerome Scholfler, Robert Pittello, Ray Costello, David Gibboney, joseph Butkicwicz, Mr. William Hodrick, Assistant Coach, Mr. Joseph Ambrose, Head Coach. Peter Paskevich Leonard Rodak Lloyd Williams Frank Zorica joseph Ference Bob Drucis LETTERMEN Seniors juniors Sophomore Joseph Carlow F rcshman Gilbert Snyder 62 Albert Eremich Ben Trefsgar Stanley Povelaitis Henry Laskowski William Ploppert Henry Shymanski l Varsity Foothall Team First Row, Left to Right-Peter Paskevich, Ben Trefsgar, Henry Shymanski, Joseph Ference, Albert Eremich, Frank Zorica, Henry Laskowski. Second Row-Lloyd Williams, Stanley Povelaitis, Leonard Kodak, William Ploppert. RECORD Mount Carmel Kulpmont 0 Mount Carmel Erie - - 7 Mount Carmel Tamaqua 0 Mount Carmel Mahanoy City - 0 Mount Carmel Coal Township 0 Mount Carmel Kulpmont - - 0 Mount Carmel Shenandoah 25 Mount Carmel Coaldale - 6 Mount Carmel Ashland 6 Mount Carmel Sunbury - - 7 Mount Carmel Shamokin 6 Total Points for Mount Carmel - 81 Total Points against Mount Carmel- S7 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 2. 14? ' rw , I 'L '! 1. pl n A 1 'Z f 63 I lf" ', X v7 ' "' XX 4- D Q . .lg Varsity Basketball First Row, Left to Right-Jack Morgan, Michael Paehuta, john Antieo, Michael Maekavage, Lloyd Wfil- liams, Capt. Second Row-Albert Visintainer, Managerg Eugene Kornacki. Thomas Slluptar, Leonard Wasileski, Norbert W'ojcik, David Gibbuney, Mr. A. M. jones. RECORD Dec. -Mount Carmel - 23 Conyngham - Dee. -Mount Carmel - 31 Butler - -Ian. -Mount Carmel 26 Shamokin jan. -Mount Carmel - 32 Kulpmont - jan. -Mount Carmel 29 Mt. Carmel Twp jan. -Mount Carmel - 23 Coal Twp. - Jan. -Mount Carmel 21 Mt. Carmel Twp Klan. -Mount Carmel - 27 Kulpmont - Klan. -Mount Carmel 28 Coal Twp. - jan. -Mount Carmel - 20 Conyngham lfeb. 2-Mount Carmel 30 Kulpmont - Feb. Mount Carmel - 30 Mt. Carmel Twp Feb. 9-Mount Carmel 32 Coal Twp. - Feb. -Mount Carmel - 35 Butler - Feb. Mount Carmel 31 Mt. Carmel Twp Feb. 16-Mount Carmel - 31 Kulpmont - Feb. 19-Mount Carmel 31 Coal Twp. - lfeb -Mount Carmel - 29 Shamokin - LETTERMEN Seniors Michael Pachuta John Antico Stanley Povelaitis john Morgan Lloyd Willialms Michael Maekavagc Iuniorx Leonard Wasileski Albert Visintainer, QMgr.j Norbert Wojeik Thomas Shuptar 64 Junior Varsity Basketball First Row, Left to Right-Bernard Shalonis, Capt. Marshall Mannello, W'illiam Smith, Leonard Mannello, Joe Carlow. Second Row-Harold Kline, Mgr., Robert jones, john Costello, Robert Strike, Edward Vasilauskns, Jan Jan jan Jan Jan Jan .Ian Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb John Smith, Mr. A. M. Jones. KEYSTONE LEAGUE RECORD 1942-1943 -Mt. Carmel - 8 -Mt. Carmel - 11 -Mt. Carmel - 15 -Mt. Carmel - 27 -Mt. Carmel - 21 -Mt. Carmel - 20 -Mt. Carmel - 23 -Mt. Carmel - 17 -Mt. Carmel - 23 -Mt. Carmel - 17 -Mt. Carmel - 13 Shamokin - Kulpmont - Mt. Carmel Twp Coal Township Mt. Carmel Twp. Kulpmont - Coal Township - Kulpmonr - Mt. Carmel Twp Coal Township Mt. Carmel Twp -Mt. Carmel - 21 Coal Township -Mt. Carmel - - 33 Kulpmont - Carmel won Keystone championship. Won 11 Lost 1 1 Cnot in leaguej H715 5- - " ' M , u . ,, . E -l.. , ' ' 65 F ' F X . XX M i 3 klg' Wrestling First Row, Left to Right-George Mouery, Williaxii Mouery, Robert Kramer. Second Row-joseph Kijauskas, john Wojcik, Robert Williard, Aldo Escher. Third Row-Fred Willianms, Managerg Louis Rydzewski, Joseph Hovancs. Edward Rakoal-Li, John Mazur Mr. Alfred Morse, Coach. RECORD OF THE SEASON 1942-1943 January 21-Shamokin - - - 19 Mount Carmel - 22 February 11-Shamokin - 22 Mount Carmel - 19 February 18-Muncy - - - 3 Mount Carmel - 34 Finals at Penn State College March 18 and 19, 1943 Aldo Eccher reached the quarter-finals. John Wojcik, Robert Williard, George Mouery reached the semi-finals. LETTERMEN Seniors Bob Belfanti Aldo Eccher Joseph Hovanes Joseph Kijauskas juniors Fred Williams, Mgr. George Mouery Edward Rakoski Bob Williard John Mazur William Mouery Louis Rydzewski John Wojcik Sophomore Bob Kramer 66 Cross Country First Row, Left to Right-John Adams, Vincent Guarna, Warren Ploppert, Melvin Hosgood, Robert McCann, john Patrick, Roman Duni. Second Row-William Mouery, Edward Rakoski, Robert Hower, Anthony Mackiewicz, Leroy Sherman John Kavitski, Fred Williams, Manager. Third Row-Mr. Gerald Breslin, Coach, Robert Gritlith, Robert Kramer, Joseph Costello, Harold Kline, Cyril Doyle. The 1943 cross country season was conducted as an intramural program clue to lack of outside competition. An inter-class league was quite successful with the freshman team winning. This same group also won the Pachuta cross country trophy by defeating all classes in the final meet. LETTERMEN Seniors Robert Hower Joseph Kijauskas Joseph Kijewski, Mgr. Anthony Mackiewicz junior Edward Rakoski Sophomore Robert Kramer Freshmen Warren Ploppert Melvin Hosgood Robert McCann Agifms rx ,, 6 P K I Z. 1 'y . , A I I .I I V- 1 ' f 'V 67 fr" ' X Q. , H' AUTOGRAPHS l AUTOGRAPHS YQ- 'P I , 1 , , " - - ",',m.' A , Q - 1 . f I f 4, X 5' '- P , xx M - Q 40? S. To Our Patrons 'ke sk qiIFHE CARMELITE STAFF takes this opportunity to thank all who have contributed to the advertising section of this Yearbookg and wishes them -k success and prosperity. KESSLER'S . . . Leading jewelers ,af DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY HEADQUARTERS for GRADUATION GIFTS 38-40 South Oak Street REGISTERED .IEWELER AMERICAN G M SOC ETY Buy SCHOOL SUPPLIES Where Mother and Dad bought theirs For 70 yeem' they flare new been neezefqnenffenr fin ez!! kinds' of Sindenf Snplblief STECKERS BUCK STORE Quality Cleaning Since 1869 MILLER'S PIONEER CLEANERS 43 North Maple Street We operate our own plant Cal! and delivery service Complimerzts of HARTRANET Sz RYAN Heavy Duty TRUCKING and STRIPPING 20 EAST AVENUE, MOUNT CARMEL, PA. Telephone 9 Haw you lL6l5ZL66ZI METZGER'S Q Jilacie by the MOUNT CARMEL BREWERY s S. R. MOYER WHOLESALE FRUIT mm' PRODUCE EAST FIFTH STREET deas for the asking WHETHER it's a year book, a booklet, a catalog or a pamphlet, a brochure, broadside . . . whether it's big or little, simple or complex, deluxe or eco- nomical . . . our well equipped and highly skilled organization is capable of handling it from be- ginning to end . . . from originating the idea to preparing the finished job for shipment.. . Call us in while the job is being planned. GRIT PUBL1sH1NG COMPANY WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Ufrtists o Fngravery o Trinterf o Finders' ! Compliment! of Cbmplimenty of P E T E f S W. Higgins CLOTHES Est SHO P PETE MEHOK I WYNNH CALLAGHY a+ ia n I ,, fo GAMBT-E Sbovlia C9 Havana' We refuse ' with youzig 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 doctorls 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. Standard Drag Store Recreation Center 53 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel Best Wishes for the Class of '43 Moaai Carmel I fem MEN,S AND BOYS' Clofbim 145 -147 South Oak Street Mount Carmel Lawn and Garden Seeds Garden Tools Paints, Oils, Brushes Housewares E Wardrop's Hardware 27 SOUTH OAK STREET KERSTETTER PRINT S H O P Trinling and Binding PHONE 626-J 25 NORTH WALNUT ST. MOUNT CARMEL Compliments of E. R. Bastress "Il is better to loaue insurance and not need ii, than to need insurance and not have iff C0 Joseph P. Bradley SIXTH 8: PEAR STREETS Phone 321 "Insure in Sure Insuraneeu Compliments of Coopemiive Siam F. BEIERSCHMITT GLOWACKI BROTHERS EDWARD FEIFER KITTY BOYER PARRY'S MARKET RAY OCHS GEORGE WILKINSON FEUDALE STORE MRS. MARY KAZLAUSKAS We deliver .... Phone your order COMPLIMENTS OF THE Hole! Tenmylmnipz T H E ARISTOCRAT OF NIGHT CLUBS COMPLIMENTS OF eoffge Hzzdork FAMOUS LUNCH NICK VOULELIS Proprietor 35 North Oak Street, Mount Carmel Telephone 9749 Famom hr HOT DOGS HAMBURGERS BARBECUES COFFEE PLATTERS 25C and up I A+-,izfe Ji if rr, My Dt. Fmncif Memzpetee Dentist 33 EAST THIRD STREET PHONE 1058 MEMBER Q4merimn Dental Asxociation Tenmylmniez State Dental Society Compliments of AKELAITIS PHoTo STUDIOS 246 South Oak Street Fourth Distritt Dental Society Phone 1011 Best Wishes for the N , S Class of '45 Ypenmemit Plumbing 18 West Fifth Street . . . Phone 141 JEWELRY STORE "uf good place to buy iz waitin" 108 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel A. Rockajwler Co. Electrical Contractors 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET Telephone 190 COMPLIMENTS OF Jllamrerk Wayside Dairy PHONE 479 MOUNT CARMEL Compliments of Ufnalyk Produce efilrilzzzr 'Tbzzrreer Distributor of VALLEY FORGE and GIBBONS' BEER and ALE 241 WEST OLIVE STREET Telephone 413 Flomlaeim jarman Friendbf Alwdyf the newer! things in Clothing, Shoes mm' FAGLEY'S Eurnishings jir young sHoE sToRE WH Of We Mount Carmel P. A. Siiqf 6 Som Selby Kydbpenalowl' North Oak Street COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES H. REITZ Attorney-at-Law 11 WEST THIRD STREET MOUNT CARMEL TOM CUFF GULF SERVICE STATION F ireytomz Tirey Avenue and Oak Street Phone 828 COATS-COAT SUITS SLACKS Made to Measure GAETZ "The Tailor" -1-4 W. 4th-Near Maple 'I I .. E ee- I GIANT CLEANERS AND DYERS Slwa Rebuilding 20 West Fifth Street Mount Carmel, Pa. MARWINE BEAUTY SHOPPE 47 VVest Fourth Street Phone 210 Compliments of LANGIS CANDY SHOP Oak and Third Sts. Compliments of DOROTHY F. HOWENSTINE Music Studios WOOLWORTH BUILDING Mount Carmel SCHELL'S FLOWER SHOP 208 South Oak Street Phone 564 Cormgw' Our S put,-ia!! y "A lwzzys the Bm!" LOUIS GROSSMAN SONS Compliments of POLLY'S BEAUTY SHOP VVoolworth Building Room 5 MILLER BROS. SHOE STORE SHOES F or the Entire' F ami! y 22 SOUTH OAK S'I'RliE'l' Mount Carmel Wallpaper-Paints-Hardware COHEN'S Fifth and Oak Streets Mount Carmel Plumbing and Elecrtriczzl Supplies Compliments of R. VARANO'S SERVICE STATION AND WAREHOUSE Compliments of MOUNT CARMEL TOBACCO CO. 107 South Oak St. Compliments of LESTER R. WEHRY-Insurance 35 East Third Street Mount Carmel Compliments of R. GUINAN AND COMPANY MOUNT CARMEL and MAHANOY CITY Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK 8. CO. MOUNT CARMEL LIGHT LUNCH 3rd and Nlaple Sts. Compliments of BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pu. Compliments of PARRY'S KAKIEL BEAUTY SALON Meats, Poultry and Groceries KAY and JULIA, Proprietors 123 NORTH OAK STREET Phone 402 Phone 5 533 East Second Street We Specialize in Corsages W. F. HALEY I Compliments of WEDDING AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Green House A FRIEND Locust Gap-Telephone 419-W Salesroom 119 North Oak Street, Mount Carmel Phone 803 CITY APPLIANCE CO. Compliments of Authorized DR. JAMES A. MORRISON MAYTAG SALES-SERVICE 35 East Third Street Phone 1 105 KRAMER BROS. Compliments of Better BExfERAAGES Mas. E. M. STIEF 129 NORTH WALNUT STREET Hosiery Phone 560 ,LI M L Compliments of NESBITT'S CUT RATE STORE Mount Carmel's Original and Only Cut Rate Fourth and, Oak Streets Compliments of KEISER'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP Contract Hauling M. E. SMOCZYNSKI, M. D. CU.'lg'l'lIf1llllZi07lJ' ami Bvxt Wixlzw To the Class of '43 POPULAR FINANCE CO. Inc. Guarantee Trust Co. Bldg. Third and Oak Streets S. A. REIMERT, Manager Phone 1 144 MII.l.ER'S AUTO SUPPLY, Inc. 41 South Oak Street ACCESSORIES TOYS SPORTING GOODS RADIOS Phone 1049 Compliments of H. O. MOSER Attorney-at-Law Compliments of LORD'S DRESS SHOP Compliments of F. J. G. SMITH. Real Exlfuta Brokaw' Silica 1913 Phone 376-bl Compliments of VICTORIA THEATER NEED CASH? See Us LINCOLN LOAN SERVICE, Inc. 10 South Oak Street Mount Carmel, Pa. Phone 814 OSMAN'S SERVICE Corner Fifth and Market Streets Mount Carmel Flats Repaired Reasonably Gas--Oil Compliments of W. C. HACK 8. SONS Compliments of JOSEPH PATRICK Compliments of CRYSTAL BEVERAGE 8. PEPSI COLA BOTTLING WORKS WAIWADA Cla11m2r.r and Dyvrx Fine Cllrfom Zlladu Clotfzac lfourth oc Chestnut Sts. Mount Carmel I Compliments of E. R. SAMUEL, M. D. lr-we fi - w a - -' ,- .. , .. w. '-if -. Compliments of JOHN F. SHIMOCK DEVlNE'S INSURANCE AGENCY Life I mummse and Annuitie: Fire Compensation Accident Dependable Plategiass Collision Health Liability Burglary - Automobile FU RN ITU RE . 229 East Second Street Wall Paper and Paints Phone 290 Mount Carmel BUY VICTORY BONDS AND STAMPS Compliments of GEORGE A. SANULIS Compliments of ELMER J. DELCAMP Compliments of W. S H. YODER Compliments of jOEL'S WALL PAPER STORE Compliments of I. E. SMIGELSKY, M.D. Compliments of T. R. JONES, Photographer Compliments of PA UL LEON E'l'Tl Compliments of . ANTHONY TREFSGAR Compliments of THOMAS MOSER Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE Compliments of WORKMAN'S SUPPLY Compliments of ERDMAN'S FLORIST SHOP Compliments of LEO KU RLAND Compliments of STELLA VISINTAINER ' ,H . . -. R - , W., .u. -f l :,,:s,- V I Y . a 1 ..:. 1. .r l ug 3 Hin-1 -'-' ' A' in if-w5.M..,. " " 'lf ' f'--if WE 'Wt I 'J ' A' ' , . .. 'L' - ' ' . :iff - YL .:,,,..., ,-- Q .v f . ff. -fu T A: . -' .iq , 6, 25 .. Iii? 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