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

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44 , , G V. ' , Lk. ,,.-,Luv ff' 1 175 2' if n x w 31 EX ,LIBRIS CQNTENTS t BOOK I The Victors BGOK H Those Striving for Victory BOOK III Steps Taken Toward Victory iwwwwmx MMMM MMM! THE CARMELITE 1945 Presented by the SENIOR CLASS of Mount Carmel Senior High School Mount Carmel, Pa. ir ir REW RD Victory . . . this is our ultimate goal, to attain the peace and freedom, so symbolic of the American people. We, the class of 1945, march forward into a vast, unknown, War-ravaged World. But one tiny, flicker- ing light leads us on through the dark night . . . and this light is Victory. Will the task be hard and wearisome? Yes, but it will well be worth it. To the student body and faculty, the CARMELITE of 1945 presents a clear, vivid picture of school life. Treasure itg because it describes our school during a War year, and represents one of the freedoms for which We are fighting. Our hats are off to the boys from our school al- ready serving the country and also to those who have so valiantly sacrificed their lives. It is they who bring us VICTORY! Miss MARY R. MAYAN MR. CHARLES A. 'A' if DEDICATI To MISS MARY R. MAYAN MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE The Class of 1945 wishes to express heart-felt thanks for the co-operation and guidance of their class advisers during our high school days. I Any accomplishment we have made, we owe to their perseverance and enthusiastic efforts. i' if ARC UND THE SCHCDCDL Edward Kercstcs making il Miss Sciccliitnno going home. Miss Juhnson und some admirers. n announcement. 2. Back of auditorium during study period. Hard at work in study hall. Hedwig Kovnlcski passing absentee reports S Ff. 8. Loitering aftcrschool. Miss Rowc with members of CARMELITIL ta HUHK UNE J .v f 1-. ' U : i 1 ' I 1 -'f ft - 1 Q- . 1. -2 - , -.""'wwK'gi3. - X-,I g . W . .1-x. . 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I ,' "W Z' . 4, W 'f?i7",0" -- F"""' D Hg' " , - 'QE-J ,' f , , : . ,A 1 .,.--Wg QQ, " ' I, ' , M. .. , 'A 1,454 J by :. ,Y . ' .,.-' ,ff 1' .2 bf gpm. - ' -' V J-,JV 4- . ffizx Q' ijpl '-,fgynu . . ' ' -lf 6 V 1 t 1 , 1:4 ,' , QC aff", I '- 'B . IHI VIIIHIHS NI Iin Butts Morse, Mr. J. Walter Pmnnnn, Sitting, Loft to Righf-Mr, Jess Sinprlvy, . rs. A Shuuling.:!Mr. th-rnld A. Beinrsvllnlitt. Sllll9!'ilIfl"I1l'll'llf, of Svlmnls: Mr. Mivhnvl l':u-lxllfax, Mr, John Mr. .Inseph 1'ntri:-k, Mr. Jxunes Mnrrms, Mr. Umrles II. Lutz, Soliutor Boar Of Education OFFICERS Prvsizlvrzf Vin' Pwxirlcfrzf Svvrviury - Treasurer - MR. JAMES MORRIS - MR. J. WALTER PENMAN MRS. IDA BUTTS MORSE MR. JOHN OLSI1EFSKI MR. MICHAEL PACHUTA MR. JOSEPH PATRICK MR. JESS SINGLEY S01 ivifor - di! an . ' ,f Q19 , S A ... RA 'lr , My fl!! 'v K -' :P MR. CHARLES H. REITZ 011141 ll PRINCIPAL MR. VINCENT W. MCI-IAIL Bucknell, A.B., A.M. Principal of Senior High Sfbool SUPERIN TEN DEN T MR. GERALD A. BEIERSCHMITT Holy Cross, A.B. Bucknell, A.M. SIllIf'fil1fC'lIdUl1f of Schools ., A? - Ri. -by E-Gr? X" mv Swv 11' 'N' r 1: :J I lk- 6 blew H I ,QGXQV 1 Q- First Row, Left to Right-Edna M. Rowe, Elizabeth Howard, Kathryn Billman, Ada D. Balmer, Irene F. A. Kornaski, Ramona S. Cecil, Mary R. Mayan. Second Row-Clifford A, Nelson, Nellie E. Johnson, Edna G. Olshefski, Lillian Scicchitano, Marie G. McCarthy, Catherine M. Seicehitano, Jane M. Maley, Walter S. Chesney. Third Row-Frank C. Kostos, Frank S. Bartos, Charles A. Boleskc, Lt. Gordon A. Marwinc, Timothy E. Barnes, Gerald R. Breslin, Vincent W. Mel-lail, Principal. Fourth Row-Joseph A. Paskevich, Glenn F. Menges, Joseph G. Ambrose. The Faculty The untiring efforts of the faculty have made them uppermost in our minds as examples to follow in later life. We, the Senior Class, want them to know that their work was not in vain, but fully appreciated. 10 First Row: CLeft to Right! MISS EDNA M. ROWE English A.B. Susquehanna University Adviser of the CARMELITE MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD Problems of Democracy and German Ph.B. Dlcklnson College Head of Social Studies Department Adviser of the National Honor Soclety MISS KATHRYN E. BILLMAN Mathematics and History A.B. Albright College MISS ADA D. BAHNER English A.B. Beaver College I Literary Adviser of the Spotlight MISS IRENE F. A. KORNASKI Commercial Subjects B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Assistant Dlrectress of Girls' Intra-Mural Sports ' MRS. RAMONA S. CECIL English and History A.B. College of New Rochelle Co-Adviser of the Class of i947 MISS MARY R. MAYAN Girls' Physical Education and Health B.S. Temple University Head of the Physical Education Depart- ment Dlrectress of Girls' Intra-Mural Sports Adviser of Cheerleaders Co-Adviser of the Class of 1945 'k Second Row: 1Left to Rightl MR. CLIFFORD A. NELSON Commercial Subjects B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College M.S. Bucknell University Head of the Commercial Department Business Adviser of the IXL and the Spot- light Adviser of Qulll and Scroll Director of the Sale of War Bonds and Stamps The Facult MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON English A.B. Bucknell University Head of the English Department Literary Adviser of the IXL MISS EDNA G. OLSHEFSKI Latin A.B. Susquehanna University Librarian 5 L 1 O lversit nsyl nla MISS Mc? T Bio A . Head the cl Dep ent e u er o A i les Fund of the S Ti MI S CATH INE M. SCICCHITANO French and History A.B. Immaculata College A.M. Pennsylvania State College Head of the Foreign Language Depart- ment - Miss JANE M. MALEY Home Economics B.S. Home Economics, Immaculata College Head of Home Economi Department Adviser of the Dramatic Club Adviser of the Masque and Gavel Co-Adviser of the Class of 1946 MR. WALTER S. CHESNEY Commercial Subjects B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College A.M. New York University Adviser of the Student Council 'A' Third Row: fLeft to Rightj MR. FRANK C. KOSTOS Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing B.S. Bucknell University M.S. Bucknell University Head of the Mathematics Department Coach of Basketball Co-Adviser of the Cog MR. FRANK S. BARTOS General Shop Work B.S. Bucknell University - Head of the Practical Arts Department Co-Adviser of the Cog MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE History and Problem of Democracy A.B. Harvard Unlverslty A.M. Columbia Unlverslty Assistant Principal of the Senior High School 1 Adviser of "The Culture Vultures" Co'Advlser of the Class ol' 1945 LT. GORDON A. MARWINE Instructor of Navigation Children Army Alr Field. Childress, Texas lHome on Leave! .Ed.S. Pennsylvania State College MR. TIMOTHY E. BARNES Chemistry 5- Pennsylvania sms College A.B. Susquehanna University M.Ed. Pennsylvania State College Adviser of the Trafllc Patrol Co-Advlser of the Class of 1947 MR. GERALD R. BRESLIN Biology and History A.B. Bucknell University A.M. Bucknell University Coach of Cross Country and Track Co-Adviser of the Class of 1946 MR. VINCENT W. McHAIL Mathematics A.B. Bucknell University A.M. Bucknell University Principal of the Senlor High School Adviser of the CARMELITE Weekly i Fourth Row: lLeft to Rlghtl MR. JOSEPH A. PASKEVICH Boys' Physical Education and Health' Second Semester B.S. Fordham University Assistant Coach of Football MR. GLENN F. MENGES Aviation, Shop Mathematics, and Typing B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Faculty Director of Athletics A SE Z Joss? ! Ph i 1 .fi ag' dH ' ys ir uc or B Ph . H rAs liege' I ead oach f Football .1,vr1"" ,QV , 1' 11 H. , Q M ,X A wa i-GT:"l'X ' Jin' wx 3 'fr f . .4 ff f'E"1 ' 'Li M- I jf- r' ' 11" . ' " , " , ff 121 'W P K1 milf? Lvft in Right 'l'l1e-rn-sax Sm'ie'1'l1if:lx1u, Alum Mus- Ms'l1:11r:1vn-. Ilvmlwig Kuvulvski, l'14IW!1!'fl KPTQ-'Sf0S. enior Class OFFICERS EIJWARD KERESTES Prvsirfcnt HIEDWIG KOVALESKI Viva Prvsidcnf TIIERESA SCICCHITANO Secretary ANNA MAE MENAPACE Trraszzrvr Class Advisers Miss MARY R. MAYAN MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE Class M0ff0-"VICTORY, PEACE, FREEDONIH Class Colors-Burgundy and Cream fame rn 'D Class Flowvr-Dogwood , 3, Q, 12 :ee if swf-?v S FS' AV, rj Y 1 f Kay Q Il. A s 5 Q WW ' Always 1,n kf' st f f ', - f J I, QENRY A. LCHI mwicz A , rr M ' IENEIL K! ,4,lA.iNlnUf61' Ctaturo sl00p- Axfru . , . .x"l1llllll ard . . . shop 6'Mfgff7 AGNES T. ANIiLAUSKAS "Agm's" GENERAL Sincere . . . ardent basktoball fan . . . proud-naturefl . . . zlmnosti- cally im-lined. Dramatic Club l, 2: Girls' Baskut- ball 1, 2, 3. ALFRED II. ANESCHlECKZ0aJ 5 af PfM'k Pl I 6 fuck JVC' Sudan fu J foul Pal Baseball llenrl . . . girl shy . . . rcvcivcr nf passes . . . a man dhfg of few words. fe JA' Al J fe GENERAL Football, Varsity 3. ,nd . f f Y' if i,k.4,f'L' .- ' 'N' ' OS I . y1iLvN ANGEL! I R w' X ' Haba. ff ' 'fE1'3fu" A . '.- .1 L . - . I , , I -Lf-: ,,- , f HIL I I I wrm-. I H , fufgiilhlfyli 'f""fp1casant dfsprfsifioh ' II! f I I I b:Ipi,,ll,,ig" ga .Y neat appearance . . . gra- . cmnnl n . J I' ' I Flfilff-I I I , I A I cu, Girls' Basketball 2. ' f . ' V . .Nl J I . 72 L ,4 If-PM ,pf fu I JM ly 'V' 1 ' ' ,VJ DOROTHY L. ANJR1gl1iSKI ' S L- BM-ENT :f I ' ,ij P ,, ' I ' 'f.,L,LD" ,2 ILL G' 0 I G, NBR , I, liN ,R L Q .S 1' A vliovrful ni".' . . orts fan . . . ikll ' .Q I I I mlm I I I V ry ter things in life . . . 'miablm-. fri Y' 'an ra lu ' ' CARM ITF T p- I ,, ,. . ., tim rc 2 ' ' n ic' Club 3: glee Club 1. 2. 3: L I , Typist 1 irls' Baskl:-lball 1: Y 'I I erafy COIIIUPQQO 3: J Spot ig it yplst 3: National Society 3. fx . 4,17 ' " ' I . fi f 1. STANLEY ANIDRUKANIS 4 I . BARTO K 1, rn-Sonnyu J rr I lr' G1,N1'RRL ff 5 COMML ' 1 "Camo what may" . . . likcs to Ullfll' - - - Dvflfjllll DUI'- ilanvv I. . tm-asus thv girls . . s ty ' tatlvcy . . work 4 ni gel: f'0mPf' 01 - C,mMm.i1'r: Typist 3: Girls' llaskct- ball 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1. .zfZi'i?f2w 41.44- L1-df 4.-x Q Ii: a f 'salted rd 13 '5I , 31 .. !A C E91 ' 1 ug- do. , i Q35 ' of fm Sf FD W. 1 I x gl l . . . fl hy smile . . . . Dre ers t'Kulp- 1 nt." Football, Varsity I, 2, 3: Traffic Patrol 3. RITA L. BERNIES "ly0m1ie" !4jfGliNliRAL Blonde and Tilr . . . 0 f I ...cor y, or ...o of dal u . L lll'Zlll11llif 'I 1,4 .,v' MARY I. BLVIVINO ffMary7! COMMERCIAL A4! igbluc eyes . . . quiet . . . eftieient seeretary . . . a friend f indeed. V " lhkltltll-1l.I'l'l41 Typist 3. 5. WW X-,FEV 3, uv A Y BILDA Q , "Hell fn ' 3 in O' X A l'raetie o' . . . avoids home- . . . restless . . . retieent. EHENRY J. BISHOP frBiXbn GLNIQRAL X Fhxi school a bore . . . mischie- . x is . .f. never in a lluliryli . . f ous or snappy cmnemac s. QL - 'N X. i . X - CN. S t Q! -fa-.4 W5-alias. F' Qi 6 . . 0 ., 1 49 ,. 14 -A aw.. 'L mf 4457 I lx, V W AJ' N 'I' ' it at f ltr, 0 "".P PA RI 7 Ml ,7 X Xi' CADEMIC f "Platter ug" . . . always on the go . . . hearty laugh . . . true friend. Camera Club 3: CARMI'1l.lTl'Z Reporter 1: Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spotlight lie- porter 1. J' C s . MSR 0 ' J Q I un -Xir mi dec . . . a jit . . Zl0QQt . . rudc, ipl ion. K ' 1 Ov' EL TI 'blgyiqgj c 5 C v- vb-f 0M Ii AL J i Sli etfeetive s ' . . . dark eytes . sincere . N . reserved. f'ARMl'It.lTH Typis 3: IXI. Tjxist Il: Spotlight Typist ' 3 , , A.. wa... . M951 N A A rr inkyv It GENERAL Curly black hair . . . handsome football star . . . "I'itt's" pal . . . blushes easily. Football. Varsity 2, 31 Traflie I'a- trol 3. 4' JOHN BROKENSHIRE "Brokc'y" GENERAL U. S. Navy. Red hair and freckles . . . peppy . . . talkative . . . chronic tardi- ness. I gn cl j 9 - Q . , 1 - Igaij. '- ' 'E l WG AL' JOSEPH Bumcx CMBIICHJARD - CHSER "Ficca" .- fl GENERAL GENERAL Tall and lanky . . . manly stride C0011 l00k!YlR - - - illtellilrenf - - - , , , gpod ngltured , , , sociame, few dislikes . . . talkative eyes. Football 3. 3 1. I BUTKIEWICZ ff ei! -9' 4 Arlo HOME Ec s fl' Qu . . . amhitibus 1 Ee Stu- and KSN - - - f I . . obligilg . . . not seen - - - lo Cl' nf ' r l urs. rwmtic Club 2, 3f Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Na- tional Honor Society 2. 3: Senior Class Play 31 Spotlight Reporter 3: W Masque and Gavel 33 Quill and 1 , ,I Scroll. 3, 1' ,. ' f' I X ' VV, lv ' fp 'J N A I . If 7 , if .rn I I J ' I 1,1 f , f. Q I. A , I Y 5 K 4 --IL., fif LEONKA .' y TT' Q, IJ THERESMQKEIHANSQ -62' 4 -I . tr ' I -' , -fb er DJ '-M' , ll W' Bu I yf' ,Xu 5 Twecl V ' F -4 , , I, 'K - Ju IJ- , ' ' ff CEMERIW -'.GENERAL. - ' rv M , 1 ,L - - N Energ ide. . illmiluac' is . . . 1 - EYES - -, hG'?Mllel'f1i0 - -if . " 1 ,f , ch vo . . sstentfum 'Jpeasngprsqa y...,every- ' 'I fl CIIFWHWLAI ' If " 4, body's,gif" I-51, " H jf al lil'!Cll 1.31 CARMEI H Typist ! .Cu'Ift'f1re V lt 2, 3: IXL - I ,-- ' 3 heerl eff 3: Dm tic Club Q, ' -,wer 1. 25 G' asket all , , Spot- f " .1 askeannpqy .2, Ag gpg- nm R rrter 1, 2. arbmk ur- , y ight ' is 3: Drill' earn 2. 4 ,e5ar.ygConnnitteg, 3 Sales mit- f IJ-' Q "' " , ,-If ' Lt 6 14 2. I, ' :p I .1 -, - ,L -fp' M ' , if ' M' ,- '.,"' . fc' - ff . A A ., -2 ' 4 .5 JosEPH CAMPBELL MARIE ff' frlocn GENERAL ,Xt I Nice prntlle . . . unruflled dignity . . . "two-tone" shoes . . . shy. 2 , w N , :"k.4-I , : I I xxx, . fgfvg, 'L I b 5 .ff J NOAA 5,J0SB'?I .Rf L0 Jos Ff,CLOVER , Khffafv er u , X . "4 I yy 5 . ,W bfxb,,J,u , U Lgk, 'f' MIC: I , GE :RAL Tall and husky . . . Co-captain of I 7 ' football team . . . drives a!Buic i . . . far-away look. Basketball 1. 2, 3: Football 1 , : Trafllc Patrol 8. I iQ-I" Ear- smile . . . a using stnly telle . . . nice dlsp sitlorr . . . ambi ions. X, iii A gb 1 15 -- 1 , ' , - HX - 'Qu , , ,a N 'Z' D r',u7' 'fl' I7 J A W EA- I O ! I 5' JO X J A- 0 ' , I ' F' 4 as H 0 GLORIA J. COLE EDWARD L. COVELESKI HGIIJVH Ncgygyu ACAUIQMIC GENERAL lJlll0l,1lIlfll'0SCY'Vl'1l . . . . . wears a fraternity pin , . . musim- "hath t'll2ll'lllS.N TIIOMAS J. COLE "HM-fa' GENERAL Prankster . . . reliable . . . con- . Inumly sideratc . . . likes to dance. Football, Varsity 3. I , I IVV' If A 'y Co 4 Fair co exion . . . cllee ul . . . ltuilcly i'0lllpll'Xl0ll . . . athletic Ivllwiiillm' . . - urirrlnizvr . . . Y . ured . . . sg loin heard. plnilosoplu-r, 1 1 K 1 'rrilvk 1, 2, J. " Ay' H I .f M' 'J I 'fl wif' I ' X ,I4 5 ' ,, I 1 -I , I' 'J I n ' , , ' J' lf' "' .. ' I J if IP' cl' ' ' Q ff , If ,f ' . . I v 1' Jw' ELIZABETH C. RONIT 71' T ESA NlLOWl J r" - - 'fy 4' I ' . ' sell! ' ' ' 1 5 an I Mi , cresa V ' J . l ff! v VOCATIONIJL HOME ECKNOMICSW GEN . ,Iv ,- '5 P CllCK'l'Sfl1HnI'lll ly far MC lS1fT' . ,. , 'Big bows" lively' right xi-utfiful has . . . 'viv' ous . .iff Colo . . tlirtatiou . ' ly. f ,' I .Q f' A 1. C .. QV 2. :I,: D .mr tis: C uh lg2.,4Y: Scniow' hflu' Q' ' ' ' glass l'lq.y-i. 3: Masqimfalirhqgvel' . ' 5 - y , 3. ' f ' 'f , ' I' ' ff' 1 1 f 15 .. . f' 'aw 'ff f I. 1 r - rf s, 4 L ' yy ky. N A . WOIIN N. COSTELLO J L. A N.. -LX L rrcozyay rr unc' , ffl 5-f 'A GIiNI7RAI: - , G NERAL x tbl- Q A .M I, ' .loku or . . . ladies' lllilll .w. . in- fzluiet . . . Seldom seen around X, XJ, vi :lop Il1l0llt . . . heznuing smile. I school . . . lethargic . . . wistful I XXQDY r.y',B:ISk0tball 1, 2: Football, Varsity expression' ' .' . 2, 3. y I' I " . X 1 ' A . ' . ' J . J , ' X . JI . l -A NADJA H. DEDICK h ki' Q, "' JOSIQPII R. COSTELLO Y J . ' A x "Rorvrf' "Nady" N 5 I cll'Nl.RAL ACADEMIC U- S- NHVY Mellow voice . . . contagious laugh- Girl Rhv . . . uSlllUkl'y.9 Elks" . . . ter iqefingd engagmg persmmhty l'0llS1'.l'VJlllVl' Ilrivs-I' . Football Mauagrcr 3. 65,1 . . Ohliging. Camera Club 1. 3: Culture Vulture 2. 31 Dramatic Cluh 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Senior Class Play 31 Student Council 1: Masque and Gavel 3: National Honor Society 3. E R sa' 'Va 5 51' RaAWQ.Q:fAAf Q g 1.Q,,,fg. I . - I L. AMO f 0 . 1 r I l nde . . . nd il- w . . fl penda . g a- ious. , ' a rw b 3' I L 1' yp' t : E ' L RION . ELSE rr J: My-0 A anon' M ' 1. B I . ACA MI l Mirilliar . n of tlic ivories . . .' erful friend . . . nature . 0"'l'ulturc V l 1 , Dr. matic V Club 1. 2 , Clu 1, 2, 3:'lXL Re ' 2, 3: Nation' Honor So- , 2. 3: Senior ass 'ny 3: Spot- Q' ight Reporte 'z m - :ary Committee . . ru - el 3: Quill an Sc 3. .Q 'Vrroum C. EREMICH ' ' "Vim - ' v 4 , , AGENERAL Boyishvgrhi . . . generous . . . uffublc' . . . Tommy Collis pal. K ml-Q1 X ' if an ' . O I I ,' A I . - RT . I2 COMM 'cnse nnuor . . . An i rin nails . nquisitivc . . . uniq - hairdo. Club 2, 3. ELMER FANTINI "Chick" GENERAL Sincere . . . li'l "Ebony" . . . efforts lost in Math . . . big: "Hello" for everyone. 6 Y N FREDERICK T. FERENCE X Pfljoogcii X , GENERAL X XX Sports enthusiast . . . cryptic . . . friendly . . . totes "nick-nacks." y , My .tt f . . ENV! y' ' - A N1 L fy XV. KAYA QRTIG4-ILL? M' ,-4 ll Ffgllillll' X Kr" J W f - ' 1 -- Geiger.. - 1 . flufrl?6 . .r .I eolle ts army , nsgnas . . j w ea y 1,3 Qfespqd '.L,,.' Metua ease X of Baiii 1, 2. 3' a C uh 3 Cros ll Codbtry 2. . : Cu r Vul , ' Dramatic Club 8: lor C s ay 3: Track 2, 3: Yearbook dvertis- ing Committee 3: Masque and Gay- el 3. CQ! . . dv!! W I Y l FETsxo 5 ' crffcrgn Y . GENERAL Seldom seen never heard . . . de- pendable . . . excellent taste .' . . - neat and tidy. Camera Club 3: CAnME1,rrE Typist 3. ' elf! JEAN G. Flsl-IERAC 5. re 0 1icu.L,- I AEA Dqudc Future nurse, ,. . . consciliitldgls ...hersi 'sfmal...prod.,' ofhep ers. ' '-- ' ., 'FY' Camera Clib Basketban lf ' ,I 1 , A 4 I ,. '4 L . ' "DJ A V I K .,C.,, ., GENEVIEVE V. IGALINIS V, ' X' - ,, ,- . ' K, rzgenn K f fi L " f 0' '00 6 C GENEIELI1, ,' CwVComely blondef. . . always n l ho lzelgf . . amicable 7.5. . ' CARMEl.l'rE Typist 2, 3. MS V if 2,9 f , 5,59 . 17 QD , D W1-H . 5-Wea? it anvil F' ., QVLN sf L GENERAL av, air . . . inquisitive . . u. voice . . . book-worm. . Q! HIZLEN GRENDAx "Brcc'ze,' A GENERAL , Good sport . . . sympathetic . . . ,- 'J J , ,. . , I X I 1 ', 1 ' f . jj J xr, X X. fl if .L y J. I i . V . I i , f , 1 , ' 5 A f , JOHN R. xGONDAL R11 . GULLQQX' I .XP PPI C n A I' U ercudarixlj 1 G ERAL ff ' ' ,' ,GENERAL I J 1 case and p nkster . . . carefree Marg F fr Queqfl . . . vhatty . . . . . . ii ' insihle . . . go0d-na- -wears miniature footb. . . . tugd. X ' ' energetic-.! ' I Spotlighv Reporter lg Stu ent cd 1 cil 2. ' ,K P v f A ' 1 Y A ' . GONDEK JOHN HARTMAN f ali. fflobnny!! fi E AL GENERAL s" rious rests 'Din lc: . . e'er . . . . e' -llent e n tr. . . . varied ' e i 'l lst 2 FA '. ' s . 3 Student Founm 3. A R SE A. GRECO "Rosie" ,Hx 5 eager . . . effcrvescent personal- ity. "f Louis GUIZZETTI "Arabian" GENERAL U. S. Army Genial . . . math whizz . . . bois- terous . . . argumentative. Trahic Patrol 3. N I 4 '?'ia4.'.9,Ie-,4 R 65 P , g ,. 'M , P, Q ,i. 18 viii' 43 y 'R glifalv' 4.51 ff x, rd my -' . i ,,,.v Future psychiatrist . . . collegiate . . . a liberal . . . s ow deliheratc speaker. N CA A N T! ' ec I func rry wart . . . mischief in er . . . une'b0 eleve . . . mus. Camera Clu 3: CARMRA1-rx orter 3: ltu Vulture 2, 3: :matic Clu 1 3: IXL Repor er 2, 3: N o l nnor Society 2, 3: Girls' Ba al 1. 2. Captain 3: potlight Ed r 3: Quill and Scroll . HENRIETTA R. VKHEISER "Hc'll'ie" GENERAL Unassulning . . . unperturhed . . . independent . . . "I'll Walk Alone." Camera Club 3: C.-lRMl'Il.ITl'1 Reporter 3: Girls' Basketball. Captain 35 Ouill and Scroll 3. EDWARD "J, HELERICK "Humpb" GENERAL Drives a "Mercury" . . . boyish . . . member of the C. A. P. . . . big hearted. THOMAS HoMBosKY "Haml9onc" GENERAL .lovinl . . . sly . .D . coni day, go day . . . mischievous. f I if HEYESA Mr' oMczYR il gr inyn jp ACADIEMIC 'ctitc . . r nt fiction reader . . ltcrcst in Kulpmont . . . nezyi. I J,-ff' l':nncrzl Clrflm 3: CARMr:l,l1'r: Typist Q 1. 3. V A - Ji. i J f 1 f J' 4 K i I XVILLIAM E. HONABACH I rrBiIln GENERAL llis mind isin the sky . . . aifahlc . . . bound to please . . . acqua- tic. , R ugh X r rr JJ I0-f Mor Z! NERA endlv s u lpcl le... , dinflg . . . 'ie f. n. Fmt 'x ,lul 3: 'x e Vulture 0 I . X 1 5 I IJ vf WWW. 6 WILLIAM Ho NBERGER "H0rny,' GENERAL Takes French seriously . . . class 1-'own . . . "Ichabnd Crane" . . . outspoken. RAMONA M. Hoscoon "Mona" COMMERCIAL Fragile . . . pleasant disposition I . . . hopeful . . . serious. IXL Typist 3: Spotlight Typist 3. DOROTHY J. HOWER V "Fuzzy" GENERAL Champ surgical dressing maker . . . future heautlcian . . . quiet . . . good sport. CAlmE1.rrE Typist 3. f NORMAN E. HUEGEL "Norm" GENERAL U. S. Navy Boisterous . . . wears a Coal Twp. class ring . . . says he's a good cook . . . Csays a lotl. 1 1,,.L.f'+' f I1 , I Z I? A I Jul" ' ' ' . , KsfjVIlLDRJzKfT HVIZDA4, , f. tif .l rrMilly9J " A GENERAL Critical . . . capable worker . . . independent . . . future home- maker. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. LEONARD JENGELESKI "Balt1cr" 75 , GENER J' 4' ai I Cynical . . .fe e - ne t. -fc-J K ohust . . dou trouh If ' , a , 3' r - . 1, . v I ' I 1, 1 sgq N5 .9 F Rf 12.42.-f F 'f Q' 53 19 .XX jr? J by v. EM, 'ffI"",, 'fl 3 1? 1 YI-,vH'LvXt1'4 ',:x5'.XhXl4- ity ki 1 ll - i -'T v ii " I ' vi. ' 11 J 5 ' L 'N 1 . 1 - ' Xt df! ,i U. JC, . . 'Y' VK - 9' ' ri' 1" Q .z his in? N' g i . 1 9' 1, . . ti' 1' . ' I' -,JA , . iv ' ,BXRBARA 5.4 JONES if 0 L' X nga 7531 fry. 1 Q, U ,' . L ri' WV J". ii' I Al' 1' if ' 131V V r J, A :Hike livnc X .' O litfensiv 'mrdrohe .xiwred type -Nr. . g ATN' e ,. niomkst. Qulflkfil Cln : CA whufrr: Reporter 3:- Ciiltur Vultir 2, 3: Dramatic Club 8: G ee Clu l, 2. 3: IXI. Ite- porter 3: Senior Class Play 3: Spot- light Reporter 3: Girls' Basketball l. 2, Captain 3: Yearbook Assistant Editor Il: Masque and Gavel 3: Quil and Svroll Il: National Honor Si - 'ty 3., i M , u l ' .ABETH C. juoms IM., 'frBl,ulav Livnc 1' -' "'traigh shootgrn . . . friendly . . . co-operative . . . active. C2l.lll0l'1l Club 3: CAlin1l1:i.l1'i-1 Typist 2. 3: Girls' Basketball 1, 2. Cap' tain 3. l N . JURASICR 'PAIYIIY Gu .RAL I4 ster ti . .ong Composer . . . neat hai . . . obliging. Spotlight Reporter : Student Coun- eil 1. ERtSTES ACA 13 lv, ' . . terbng: . . . .a M . . . suave. l. , C ture Vulture 3: 0 Patrol Class President 2, Track Ma er 2. WGEORGE KEREsT12s "BirdcyL',' 'm Ga - L .. INQBA Athletic . . . Rbtraetively shy . . . laughs with his eyes . . . well liked. , Football, Varsity 2, 3. e as "5 2 .fa 20 Qiwqwipg C-A X 9' X I f' ,,,, -. cs . .f 7.'911f,1r':Af-.,,1:7 e 6 . lv I, . If . f I --" ' ' ' f af f Q7 ,J g we 5 I '- .fn l A , 1 J ' Pfuggb DORIS M. KLAWITTER X "Doris" -bf' 4, GENERAL ' .. I1 ,I Perpetual motion . . . mirthful . . . A China blue eyes . . . helpful. X Camera Club 3: CARMI-:1.x'rr: Typist pf? 2, ag IXL Typist sg Girls' Basket- WV " ball 1, 2, 3: Spotlight Typist 3. ELEANOR J. KLAWITTER "Eleanor" GENERAL Determined . . . lethargic . . . speaks when spoken to . . . pa- tient. Camera Club 3. i' LOUIS S. KLEMASZEWSKI fflakei! GENERAL U. S. Navy. A-1 tease . . . gals in every home- room . . . witty . . . likes to I dance. A A ' sie ! , W1 2 rt DW' ZUGYY He my o ' ' . - c,f"'5 of' Q: 'f V .IIISJRO i LB I " ' ' r? X " . . SL 0+ We GHQIFFAS3 spy.-LL "'Flammal e!'. . . . would even ' ,CQltHl.C et Einstein . . . daring -if . . small but potent. Camera Club 3: Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Culture Vulture 3: Dramatic Club 3: Senior Class Play 3: Track 1. 2, 3: Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3: Masque and Gavel 3. 3' JOSEPH KOBI fflogn GENERAL U. S. Coast Guard. "So proudly we hail" . . . has good looks and personality . . . man- nerly . . . well groomed. 'U tw " EIJWARD T. KOBILIS "S1n01z,ry,' GENERAL Il. S. Coast Guard. Manly physique . . . moody . . noted strut . . . star "back." Football 2, 3. ff, ' Doxopn' KoRz13N1EcKi Q! 'Il A frD0tu D I f Commiakcnu. 4-f1:'l'xt11rc "stu-nog" . . . earnest . . . pri-fn-rs gre-on . . . willinglielpcr. I'.umi4:l.1'ri': Typist 2. 3. I' I t n A .u ' Y . D 7 I A U Qvifrrr . Ko K x PF il! C.1l.Nl:RAL Re- B. KOVALESKI I I JQJ' I' 'cr' ROBERT L: KP,AMg1g,0zfcf fn' , A "H ss' 1 L-4' - If SJ' X GFNEMI. - . 1- I ' .' , IV. "' .1111-ns:UipQDz4'i'1h't? -. .L . likvs'l'ri,1: 571 nser . . . ready suiilc. Coliztry 1, :g.,:LgfU"regtfi1'g 13 ' "ra 2' . -- ' jfwq I . x 'ff' -' 'au M!'?' IZZIMA. - if BERNARD Kuczrawsm "Br'uo,' Gi-.NLRAL Il. S. Marino Corps. , Slow and easy . . . "tzmly bug" . stocky . . . mischief dis- HUISC. Football 2. Il. S IQNIZRAL my t rl: iw .. ln: part' pluasin son. ,' . . " - : . ' ', 1.i.rrr: l pis, ' Q Cl 0 1 e 2. . IXI, I llll0U r lor . I0 Ii oo- frapl - Q Yea rk L iry 'Qin- mit : Quill a f .v o . 1 , ss r ANTILIONY P! LAzzARo ff ,J . ffHfztfJ1!p ,lvl C fr Onyx, I :I!fXCftDfMIC f to GIQNIZRAL m 1 ' I I Vix' " is . . . acconpli.l al- if-If 'Y u A'0h.r,nim.,1 . . . tlirtatiou. . . . s0. 1 ll flux 2 i 1 .., . u' ' ' , ,L 4. !f73': H-nior Cl:iss'l541fv 3: Girls' ' laskctlmll 2: M172 it ieporter I: UV I Yl!2ll'lHJ?kfS2llC?Qillllllllllt9t' I: Yenrll hor ' jpist 3' Hass Vive I:,YOS'lll3ll 'I l. , 3: Masque anml,Gl1vQl Il: ot.- ,lf - lig: t Typist 3. 4 f' ' , - -' Cam-ra,Ul1 2. 8 l'ultl1re'Vltur V f 'P 'VLD11 .Wim ' l ' ' cqlebiflllg I. 4, I . . 'J' 1 LEONA K. KOYALICNJ' frldtlonpn f .f I GYNILRAL , , f Collm-grill warilr be Tiles ian . ' . . . , ,.p- .!. . v 'lcious song cpnigroscr. Cultufc Vu ll , 2. 3: ramatlr' Cluh lp 1, 3: Sl'l5UVzl2lSS ga, . . X .,f ,. I f I 2 . . . expressive e 'lsf v 3: 'l'ram'k Manag l Cllv0rla'alrl1-1' 1 1 'oothalg .NLl:lii:lgzvr M1 Avo sm A ff D! ' P. ILVL 0' lillllm. . gel woll groomed . . . v f Wi 163- 1' uve? 1 5 21 tif. 5 -V Q' 1 , f - J, .. . 4 , ' '! A. 1 .HV ' A ' ' 'f f ff' t if Q . 1 f , l ' J A I. ' J 'i i . i f .W rl 1 or ll? - , , rf . ,-. I ' f . 5, ' ',' V of j ll ' ' ,, A XR L ' NBAR1' o D. MARSHALL MANNELLO 'gi - ' ' ' rrMary:s rrcforsen " fr 1' COMMERCIAL GENERAL Y! l'u ' to the Navy . . . excitable! Le-on:1rcl's twin . . . the "Greeks" . . . tulkntive . . . true friend. . . . Cnssflnova . . . nctivc. ig ,I sketbnll 2, 3: CARMEi.I1'i-1 Typist Basketball 1, 2, 3. Y' , 3: f'2llll0l'1l Club 3g Basketball I" " ' Cnptnin 3. I, L I. X . I ,Y 1, N I I RA L GERALDINE J. MARCIIIZTTI . f ff FfGc?rry!! M - COMMERCIAL Alv. sniiling . . i robe Merry . . . nonclmlant . . . good . . loves tm an . . . gr: - sport . . . cnnfnbulator. V ful' Caunern Club 2. 3: CARMr:i.11'E Typ- Czune ub 3' ' RM I L ist 3' ls' .. ' potlig Typis , mr S ty 3. f ,, OM ILRCI L ist : all 1, 2. Na 'o al ff' X Q RIT L' ,tu L f ,9 f , uperb t ' 'ist . .fn ing but N iriei y . . . qtel . ytalkn- ,. ' iv ' . ff' C n -ra ' 3: FA 1.l.I'l'lHT i 3: ' 1. 3: ' s'B:ls tb: , 2, 3: o frht ' is 3. i - . I KX . A . ' HELEN MACKEWICZ I "Helen Macki' COMMERCIAL Unique hangs . . . unobtrusive . . . industrious . . . seldom seen after school. Cmnem Club 3: CARMl'1l.l'l'I-I Typist 3: Girls' Basketlmll 1, 2: Spotlight l'ypist 3. LEONARD MANNELLO "C0rsc,' Gl'INERAL More-zh:ill's twin . . . thc "Greeks" . . . not llusterodhy females . . . zlgzreenble. Basketball l, 2, 3. Q ' - 1' ' . 22 T5 9 sf S it ' ff' ' C' -l F-35, wr x 19,369 'F -n ist 3: IXI, Typist 3: Spotlight Typ- ist 32 Girls' Basketball 3. -E' I 1 LJ ' I Rl I if ' . . , V v L L AJ V , I 1 .vb lkviw U ,fl ,' Ly' J J12jQU'h'LINE E. MAR aTTE ' , " rr 'EAU L7 VVU I .ph Ff,ac.1e I, , ' VCQMMMERQAL JI' , I ulfdileticf. . kxexuberant ersoqpiity .wil vely . , . fleteptxined. - N nem Club 2, 3x'CARMEi,I'ri-: 'l'yp4 st 3: Glen! Cluhf 1, 2, 33 Gir1s3'Bz1s- ketball 1.V2: Captain 3: Bdunle Czule S 3: National Honm' So- fs, f J EW Y N in A I UE QUETTE . 0 , A .i GE-N W nine ' . fllflirt. ious . . . prefers L town b ys . . . J y. e 1 pgst Culture Vulture 2, 31 Dril Teal :Le lubk.l2,u3: IX I: 'ir s' :ls etm 1. , p t' it'5 . -l 3, I 'IF .2 STELLA A. MATTUCCI "MufuclJ" COMMERCIAL Petite . . . obliging . . . modest . . . contagious lnu,fzh. CARMI-:LI'rr1 Typist 2, 31 Dranmtic Club 2, 33 IXI, Typist 3: Girls' Bas- ketball 3: Spotlight Typist 3. L' M fr 0 -all J" J' 1" . P' f ot . . " , . ,, tk , 6 fu O? :fig RW . WS' " 0 V L sob: OM :JA J no, JACKIE E. MAURER N erlackn GENERAL Kcrcstes' shadow . . . mechanic . . . "happy-g1rlucky" . . . rest- loss. J W ,ef- - X 3 VK1,iXQKfJJo J . AzAR1 Mez :UA JJ Ar ENE E X I' W es ' row e bhos s .I . . . . a r, su.- K pend . .. . . jourrnxlistlc ability . . . 1 i O .Ca . Club : Ml-:LITE Reporter x 2. 3: C tur re 2, 3: matic Cl . e lub 1. Repor . : National So- ciety . 3' Spotlight itor 2: arhook . 'tor-i ef 3: Spot- ht Rep , 3: Quill and Scroll 2, 3: Spot ght Typist 3. NORBERT R. MAZARI rrcork-ya! GENERAL Flirtations . . . carefree . . . good- natured . . . engaging smile. ,ua-M245 fa. AQ W.,-ulfocb J J Hhblft APKCE 0 ,'.Mu 1"lVIaisc". L 1 I Q' A EMIC 'AAI I a ae tion" . . Girl Scout . . lcian . . . "rollin' 1 1 jokeb. Culture Vultu 3 matic Club l, 2. 3: Dr am 2: Glee Club I. 2. 3: Na ional Honor Str ciety 2. 3: Senior Class Play 3: Girls' Basketball 1. 2, 3: Spotlight Reporter 3: Yearbook Literary Committee 3: Class Treasurer 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN C. MENAPACE "PaclJic',' ACADEMIC Loyal to his pipe . . . textbook wired for sound . . . "Quiz Kid" . . . eccentric. Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3: National Honor So- ciety 2. 3: Masque and Gavel 2, 3: Yearbook Advertising Committee 3: Senior Class Play 2. 3. V2 C6 , CIAL CHARLOTTE R. MERLO "chit-AH COMM:-.RCIAL Lasting: smile . . . valnablc . . . constant correspondence . . . so- ciablc. CARMI-11.111-2 Typist 3: IXI. Typist 3: Spotlight Typist 3. JEAN M. MESERFVICH ffjcallii GENERAL Personality plus . . . chatterbox . . . nonchalant . . . Hspringy Walk.-" Gals' Basketball 1, 2: Student C ncil 1. 3. HER A .MIKULEW ffM'k'y,, yal ' d . . co t' . . ' eable,. . r lcent. ,ame a T 3: gut 1 l,lT 'ypist 2. 3' . ypist - ' LJ J SYLVIA B. MIKULSRI "Mickey" GlfNliRAL Boisterous . . . critical . . . ex- pressive . . . typing whiz. Camera Club 3: f'ARMl'II.lTl'I Typist 2. 3: Girls' Basketball 2. RAMONA C. MIl.EWSKI "M0na', COMMERCIAL A home body . . . a radio fan . . . reserved . . . complacent. Camera Club 3: CARMEi.l1'E Typist 2, 3. 23 in an ., M il. ENGR :J X1 Q Slip' 5 W7 ?1?f.b" ,K '1' if I Y?" HELEN L. M1zAK "Helen" COMMl?RCIAL Slender . . . neat hair rio . . . dutiful . . . sincere emotions. Camera Club 3: CARMI-:i.rri-1 Typist 2, 3: IXI, Typist :iq National Honor Society 3. X I s j1 ELENE M. MORGAN "Zombie" X GIZNERAL his it-at . . . seen with Leona . . . l guid . . . "Moonlight S n. f Cl ulture 2, 3: Dramatic C 1 , 'P 3: Masque '1ndGav 3. EUC gs fx, si X6 C A : -' X fn C' :': 'N .5 - 5:3 6? E :E 11- . -'2 52 Q, 5 692.55- :-E E 55- -f- f-' . .4 :wire O-.sm --, , Zim .. 'Tw S fs. 3, f .. Q Z Q "cr . r .. 21 I2 'egg iq E : . 'Q N. .3' 3 ' f Zi :H , 22- -' 25, .FH '12 1 . . . . starts classroom riots. lland l. 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3: Student Council 23 Tratiic Pa- trol 3. IRENE C. MosER "Sborly,' COMMERCIAL Small . . . ignores assignments . . . vhicf hobby--boys . . . indilfer- ent. CARMr:l.rrl-1 Typ t 3. Raef' fy K' ' ' 1 or 5 .L ,-qL4Ar5'i -' ' 'ff"'1f"'l'A 8 , 'f -f ' f' , ' " -I-142' V' A 'll' Q, 4 .2 'few "L i ' ' ' 24 .F W K' 1' V. 49 'a 1,5 tis' gy-- 'ga 4-'wat 3 BETTY J. MOYER ffM0ypr7l GENERAL Domesticnlly inclined . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . self willed . . . frank. Camera Club 3: CARMI-:1.11'E Report- er 2, 3: Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: IXL Reporter 2. 3: Girls' Bas- ketball 1, 2, Captain 33 Spotlight Reporter 2. 3: Yearbook Typist 3: Quill and Scroll 3: National Honor Society 3. RAYMOND MURRAY ffH00Py!3 GENIERAL Avoirls the opposite sex . . . con- scientious . . . reserved . . . E" Clarinet. Band 1, 2, 3. .JH LOUISE P. NESTER ,Nh X rexoun V Ji 4 COMMERCIAEJ f Mania for do-dads 1. cliangeallxle hail-dos . .,. honest . . . original. IXI, Tp'pist.3. ' x MICHAEL V. NODZAR "Mickey" CEENERAL Big eyes . . . grave . . . man of few words . . . incchanic. 4, s ff ,l , N0 y ,f KGIYN RAL ' ul r adnnrg I JJ J ' 1 If ,1' Ari sk as Guard . . stately . , .t' .t Y. W , . f.1,'ff' E' 'L if - f . ' A 1-4 .Nr l 1 v..f 51 1' ' r ,,. A "' JACK O,DONNELL "Corian" GENERAL U. S. Navy. Compauionable . . . often heard . . . wavy hair . . . never serious. Cross Country 1: Dramatic Club 3: IXL Mimeographer 2: Spotlight Mimeographer 2: Yearbook Adver- tising Committee 3: Stage Hand 2, 3. X ERF . O oPlNsK1 0 lf, V6 MTL, n I - E elpf l sin e . . . demurely res ' d . . a devoted friend . e r ve eyes. , ' mn u : lture Vulture 2, 1ll . t' u s. I-IENRIETTA H. OKRONGLIS ffHprkyJP COMMERCIAL "South paw" . . . light laugh . . . dependable . . . future home- maker. Camera Cluh 2 3: CARMm.I1'E Ty - ist 2, 3: IXI iiist 3: Girls',B'1 kethall Q3 P DV u . ,fy p 51 . LENCHOCK ' ff xl! I . fi r If If G15 A AL ttrae 'e . likes to travel . . . gm . .- string of male ad- ' mir s. I CnltureiV ure 2, 3: IXL Report- er 1: Spo I ht Reporter 1: Year- book Lite a y Committee 3: Sales Committee 2. s RE C. OLENCHOCK "Ic'anne" GENER gy"'1...'l1dly...pex1e- gating ey . . impetuous. so ,' nrbook i ary Committee B: es Comln e 1. 5, 1xL Reporter 1 z PAUL J. OLSHEESKI "C0rny,' GENERAL Curly eyelashes . . . ladies' man . . . tluent speaker . . . witty. Basketball 2: Student Couueil 1: 'l'rafTiv Patrol 3. THIZRESA OLSHEP'SKI ffDaixy!l COMMERCIAL Athletic type . . . seldoln seen around school . . . hoyish stride I . . . shorthand whiz. I Camera Club 3: CARMEIJTE Typist il. lit: IXL Typist 3: Girls' Basket- ma Il. Q zOROETHY PERLOSKI Mis levous . . . n at 'oi 1 . . tii.xRm:x.1'rl-: Typist IX by st , . of f 0 vvuuj., kROBERTRlTTE W' "Pitl,' I GENERAL ll. S. Navy Football hero . . . well liked . . . personality plus . . . champion teaser. Football 1, 2, 3: Traftic Patrol 3. THERESA A. Pour? "Tess" If 4" R Q. R Beau fuld r .ir . . nure ' . . . 6 . ks quietly. t . Mg V Qin f 'Y' 'Shar 12. 25 .BN V: U5 Y ,, wa. f 'ffl Hg 53? wifes "' LEONARD POLOMSKI ?fLen,, GlENERAL 0 U. S. Army Specialized Training. Steers clear of feminine entangle- ments . . . easy come, easy go . . . enjoys loatlng . . . up to the minute in news events. X T s POSIPANKO - pQgks', ' I ' abilit . . irresistible s iality . . tall and lanky nc 0 be reserved X . . . ' 11 .- . a ra : Dramatic Club 3: h ertising Committee 3. Aj , ELWABET M. PROCOPIO I i ns L z F' r 'X y if u KICOMMERCIAYI.. ' 52 f - .f if Unas ing . d nite Latin col- -Y uri . . . il m io opposite sex If . . . positively ri e . ' 1 . 1 ,jx 1 ! h J JOSEPHINE C. PUPO NIO!! COMMERCIAL Pronounced dimple in her chin . . . conscientious student . . . took Spanish . . . faithful pal. Camera Club 2. 3: CARMm.11'l-1 Typ- ist 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3. is RA IUNAS ? ff yi? x G RAL . . . Marble Hall .2lS . . l ing person- 1 y o . . . pre . ho s rts. 1' P' I . A A ,KW 26 P1139 BL E 1,153 Q. 1 ,A I C, it XA R iw ,Q . ln" 'N HENRY R. RAKUS ffziggyv GENERAL Future lawyer fbig jokel . . . only boy in 0. P. class . . .likes to tinker with motors . . . twinkling green eyes. IXL Mimeographer 3: Spotlight Mimeographer 3 W Qrfiilef Conscien i . . . ci . . low oc . . ng ' 1 ARMELIT. y ist 2, 3: ,ultu e Vulture , 3: Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3: Girls' Basketball 2: Spotlight Typist 3: Yearbook Lit- erary Committee 3: Quill and Scroll 3. 4 ERg A. E TA PQ nk , yy o CIAL V rea n e . . . if etite . er sister's f JOSEPH REPELLA " rrloev GENERAL A U. S. Army. Member of C. A. P. . . . sheepish grin.. . . silent like the Sphinx . . . indifferent. A' I. JOHN ROADARMEL "Pinto" ACADEMIC U. S. Army Specialized Training. . Excellent master of ceremonies . . . referees girls' basketball . . .roly poly . . . loyal to his pipe. Camera Club 3: Culture Vulture 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Play 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Yearbook Advertising Committee 3: Stage Hand 2, 3. LL THOMAS J. RUSNAK "Russ', GENERAL "Mousey" . . . uonstnntly wears n sweater . . . silent type . . . Il sly smile. Ltwcwfl. ,V 0:1 s M:1rino's nbe 1 . . . r. Nm-lson's stonog . . . frien . 7, y f 3' PfAI'O ,M 4 lx 0 limxerj f li! wi. x N '3 Girl- Bas '1 ' Spnti li n ypwt 'l Quill and c-roll 3. ly . . ' g ' lub 2, A ' AJ ist 2 , Gloe l'lub 1312. . V Tjp .' . : " S' . S tb. ll . 'Rl ' ' 'b - : ' . M XGliNERAL 0 Gle ini: red h n . . . erbox ..furelrl Selma reall l idcly. Bain! Cninern b 1, 12, 3: Cim- M -1. ypist 2. 3: Culture Vulture lnmtic Club 2: Drill Temn 2: 1 Club 1. 2, 3: IXL Typist 3: iris' llasketlmll 1. 2, 3: National 'lonor Society 3: Drum Mnjorette 8. ' i Y AN rr a A A V , CADE lnte c' cho . . gen- er us and e- going . . popu- wit ' boys prefers ' , 'ing" r rm S. ' ' ' an r' 'U b 3 f V - , J ,' -.,, 9 R7 RYZQIFWEKIZ'-"" l R - ISA, I L 1 'Y ' ,Commgnciigfx A. . , 7 I ll-'enthcfr bob . . . nlwfnysri cmg the! 1 gj' buzzer . . fixorks nr oolwortllli ' quiotlspcafcer ' ', 1 I 1 Qgjligylltxgfiilxltig 4,'i'n4vrijifiL:rE?Typist 1 'D I 1 V, 'f ' ILE - 1 1 4 l' JOSEPH RYNKIEWICZ "Pinky" GLNERAI. li. S. Navy. Forgvtful . . . frequently :tlisvnt . . . we-:urs :i lezitlu-r jan-kt-t . . . wchool bores hiin. bum R. SAnus YD . frSa I Gi-1 IERAL I dig :lbly w . :ll . . . , - . ' high 4- il girl . vim X o im 1 y usu INKINL AnMr:i.l'i1 Ty '. , 32 -erlvnd X - lturv 2. : Jrmnn ' 4 ' Literary Cgnittve 35 Nn- ' 5 l,y2,v.1rXl.3'yp r--' 1 - n l'ln 2. 3: Gi G' ' wall 3: : q nll Gov ' Spotlight ' ' .: Stuxlen nuil 1: Your- tionul Honor Society 3. ..,f'i2 . 4 IA . . D . " "- Mm M T 'E SA Lwubvodfg "Mlm" jf' ru", fi' Gi1N13RAL!!' Q1 'tiflw' ' ,7 , SilWlll'Jlll'5l burhly . . . f5'4'tj key" . . . conscientious cheer? . - " lender . . . likes the Navy. 444nj CIIIIIPTSI Club 1. 2. 3 CAIIMI-ll.ITl'1 - Typist 3: Clicc-rlvnrlvr 3: Clllllll'B,'ffQ 'QQ1 'ulture 2. 3: Draunzitic Ilub 1. 2. f - 3: Drill 'IK-:un 2: 'lee 1 1, 2, 33 ,hr ,dj , Girls' Ilnsk bull ' ' p itlight lic- ' ""' ' ' V' porter. ' . V - ffpf -.J lf' f, DNA M f ld!! Another l .'N son's pnl: jo I sti ty . . . "H lf X j n,ile.' it. ,zu urn 1 2, 8: f'ARMlfIl.lTl'1 R0- N , llrmnntim- Club l. 2, Il: pi er 3, Typist 3: Nzltionnl Honor Society 2, 3: Girls' Basket- ball 2. 3: Spotlight ldrliior 3, Typist 3: Quill nnll Ser 3. we up ff - 0 1. 0:1 tnin . . . " 'bony :xi bite" . gunner . nnectioi ' Girls' Bnsk :ill 2, I' ' n 3. QQQ 1 ff "' KN 4 27 Q9 . M Wy. 'it Ji sy.. SLA f 2391 fefxllisvf 1,3 X K LUCY A. SCHULTZ "Lucy" GENERAL A jokester . . . enjoys football . . . always laughing . . . quick tem- pt-reil. CARMl'1l.l'I'l'I Typist 2, 3: Girls' Bas- ketball l, 2, Captain 3. MARY V. -SCICCH I NO ' rrsfry J A l Glawlal AL "Little Mar Pl. . . 'econtl soprano .-. . S illfish stuxent . . . re- Jlinble f' nd. ,-' ' Canve z ilub 2. : CAw1ME11'rE'Typist 2, 3' .xlture Vu ture Dramat- ic ub 2, 8y.Glee Club 2, 3: Girls' llnsketbill 2, 31 Spolllght Reporter fftg IXIL' leporter 1, 2, 33 Yearbook 1 Sulr-s'l'onmnith'el2.- I HI? :SA S'clcc I ANO . T N er -nh . Terry V f O YIOMMERQAL , D2lliill'0lllDl0Xl0ll 71. . dependable X VP. . mirlnightytresses L . . pos- ' sesses a pfrfeet set of-'tee-th. btKlKlt1l'1l.l'l'f I. 2, fikzjlrlitor 2, 31 Dralllzigg Club 1. 2, , Gle Club 1. 2, :sg I. 1, 2, Emlito aabfa- tionull Honor Sur ety 2 irls' liasketball 2, B:-Class .eer try 1, 2, '31 Quill ami Scroll 2, 3. 'k ' of " Z L Ry s AE L Al . . nkes xoks o e quiet . . . s lo ' . opinions i . Camera uh : ' Mi-11.1 . Typist 2, 3: Ye ,a es Com littee 15 l'ultur lture 2, 3. LEONA B. SELIO "Lev" GENERAL Tall :xml thin . . . carefree . . . alks with her hands . . . "clark eyes." 'Z 2 75 3 22 Zi I 2 E. m rv Ea as A .U ..- FD PD Q. E U' F' 4 42, F' 5' E I .' GQ 28 :af "5 ' Q ' -Q i 'bv 4 Af-' Wt- .W-2 'L S .ff-N4 Q .Rf 1 N s' Q -I-fi., ta mw,,e, A I fwfr VERNQ C. M. SEM X Babb ', Vo NAL Ho li ECON Mics Wea her l ther's atvh . . in r 1 . . . a airy, .ill . .likes rings. ' Cam ra C 2, 3: ramati b 2, 3: Spot ht Ty st 3. 1 'fn ,AJ I of , . , 9. ' f . L' E M7gsf8r6xLe .L-ff' " Iurhfyv V,,..,'4 ,Q JV c:FN1?rAL' - Afv... - r 4-f E jars gmyrbogj1nhsic,. : -inema- Lfgln c . . . outspoken . . . one ,J -1 of the eoach's boys.. .Lf-1 - Q-txasniqpggi 2p3fAFAo'otball 2, 3. . I ,LL Lf' A x. ,V ' 'X EDWARD SHARAYKO ffEd!5 GENERAL Tall blue eyerl blonde . . . a weld- er . . . ambition to join the Mer- chant Marines . . . works at maf chine shop. Cross Country 1: Travk 3: 'l'rat1ic Patrol 3. di 'H SULT Outdoorman . . tin e s ' 1 .rs . . . prefers , per. H ' . A JOSEPH J. SHUPINSKI ffloel! GENERAL "A Jolly Coaehman" . . . always hungry . . . freckles . . . prefers sentimental ballads. Camera Club 2, 33 Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3: Student Council 2, 31 Traillc Patrol 3. MIS' 5 J QL" , W , Y ,ff Y . 1f.' I -, f , X ,L 1 I ' L ' ' 's lj q I If J . ' ,' I 1 I' 1 , I .i 1 Lily S-IARUY C. SI-IUTT "Sbuffy" GENERAL Excellent Math student . . . lanky . . . always laughing . . . soda jcrker. l . RITA SHYMANSKI. 1 -I' , , - -' "Coolue'f , I, GENERAL Ilovely hair . . . rosy cimpiexion . . . modest . . . foIId'o English. CJIIIIEHI Club 3. ' G i JOHN W. SINGLEY fPSingJ! GENERAL Can't make speeches . . . blushes easily . . . ignores English assign- ments . . . unobtrusive. Football 2, 3. Y IT S lv' NER Bask tlal 1' ge . - . Q I V ip - tba . ' re y 'IV' I U., O L V, v ou en en C.II ii-: I. h it: IX? Typist I . BETTY J. SLOTTERBACKI ffBetly!7 COMMERCIAL Wears a reindeer sweater . . . fun loving . . . giggler . . . lovely hands. Camera Club 3: CARMELITE Typist 2. 3: IXL Typist 3: Girls' Basket- hall 2, 3: Spotlight Typist 3. 1. ,J 41' V" L . X., I , 14yf"" ' 'JZ ' f ' A ,I.xf,.f' "4 MARCELINE F. SMITH "Marcy" GENERAL Mimeographer . . . prominent eyes . . . sarcastic . . . wavy hair. Camera Club 2: CAIIMI-:I.ITI-7 Typist 2. 3: Dramatic Cluh 3: Mlmeogra- pher 3: Girls' Basketball 2. 3: Bon- nle Cadettes 3: Qulll and Scroll 3. i if WILLIAM SMITH Hsmitfyn GENERAL U. S. Coast Guard Tall and dark . . . basketball star . .'l. temperamental . . . perfect sim e. Student Council 3: Tratilc Patrol 3: Basketball 1, 2: Football 2. "f JOHN SNYDER rflackn GENERAL U. S. Navy. Sharp dresser . . . suave . . . Buck- nell fan . . . dramatic ability. Culture Vulture 2: Dramatic Club Q 1, 2. 8' IXL Mlmeographer 2' Seni "P Ior Class Ilay 2 3 Masque and , vel 1 2 S ht Ca A, , 3: ' po L M , grapher 2: Ye rb . n Committe H , 2. 3. ff ! io ' sj Y SW y GENER ' Talkatl .. . h ities . . . our- l -' I. ac . mera Club fi,-. I:L CIIRMELITE e- porter 2. 3: Culture Vulture 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: IXL Report- er 8: Senior Class Play 3: Spot ight Reporter 3: Yearbook Sports Editor 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 8. FLORY A. SOCHA fflfloryi! I GENERAL "Shorty" . . . prankster . . . keen sense of humor . . . bowl halr- cut. sms 'X X, X 29 E--f l ,- M , --1- , s f . 'H xx.. ' ' 14" 1 gaardn WL , f . ONA M. SOKIT . ,AJ FRANCIS A. SWARTZ "Colonel" f V ' NRG J! l l GENERAL Auhurn haired . . . prefers sweat- Q ers . . . good natured . . . "Home A ln lllfllilllilfl i 7 GIQRAI. ' M. vp' I , , CI' f , ' ADIZ dept ess . . rson elles' . . s eet simp city . . sensi- t v Cu ll Q t re 2 , D amatic , 7 l'lub ,. Rep - . : atiunal ' llouo elety . 3 Spotl lif Re- .pnr .g Yea 1 Ik 'ters ' Coni- it 3: . Id Q: . ff f X xg R z.A . Xe, X 1 tlietl . . . ll ,.t coiffur . ,I year uuud tan . . . frlen y. fr It 5. Glee Cl I 1, 2, 31 irls' B: etball X 2. 3. REGINA A. STRIKE ffRcggicD GENERAL V Atlractiv . . . ti tented. -i 3 THOMAS A. STRIKE -3 "Tom" 71" ACADEMIC 5 Long .lnliu . . . friendly . . . fam- -- l , ous liuir out . . . dimples. RX 4 ' Band 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1. 2, 3: , k Culture Vulture 3: Trailic Patrol 3. if 1. A Q J Aiea, 4 fe. 6,4 .Cin Q : .. I '- . it -Y 4 fi" . X .L,. ,A .4 na n1.w!,., GENERAL Quiet . . . perpetual tease . . . Jeweler's assistant . . . genuine. t WV ff DOROTHY A. M V7 ' Jovial . . vivacio . ' pep . . u e. ture I Dlralillwig Club 1 W 7 , f A A E' fl EU! Wzwliqyytl GEOR E W. T FEL -yu.,4J"uy "Bill" GENERAL in Jef? Popular . . . makes feminine hearts flutter . . . quiet disposition . . . good looking Mend." Football 1. 2, 3: Track 1, 2. 3: Traf- fic Patrol 3. JOSEPH T. T1-IUL ffjoefi GENERAL Retiring . . . considerate . . . hard worker . . . pleasant sIIIile. A' JOSEPH P. TOMTISHEN Q "Tisb" GENERAI1 M5 U. S. Coast Guard Fond of hunting . . . pert . . . gar- ralus . . . careless. v 1' Y df"- 'L-.-5 , I ky J Y lr.. . JOSEPH T. TRONOSKI "Toss" GENERAL Quiet . . . reserved . . . clironic hirdiness . . . nice disposition. l'lliNRY J. WASILEWSKI PPI-Iankii GENERAL llflllllill . . . decisive . . . whimsi Call . . . friendly nttihidc. JOSEPH E. WASILESKI "I0sI'1wl1" X GENERAL Odd ,fruit . . . easy going . . . ln- trvpid . . . bzishful sincerity. ju 41:41. 'C+'-Y 1 L .' DOROTHY E. WEIKEL "Dol" COMMERCIAL Clilairining persoimlity . . . pretty I.IIr . . . OIIRZIKIIIB' . . . filltllflll. f'2llll0l'il Vinh 3: flARMl'Il.lTl'l Typist 2, 32 Glen' Club 1. 4.1 E 2 I M C ,' Chee I . . . ll . . :Il nistie . . .Sanz minded. Band 1: Trzimc Patrol 3. 53355 WP VV N E. WHITE 'fob 5 ' "Lorrie" I j GENERAL i T:Ill :Ind wlllowy . . . QlllClC-l0Ill' pered . . . winning smile . . . :It- travtive red hnir. Cnmersi Clnh 2, 3: flARMl'Zl.lTIfI 'l'yp- ist 2. 3: Glee Cluh l. 2, 3: Girls' Bnsketlmll l. 2. I':Ipt:IiII 3: Yenr- I hook Sales Connnittev 1, 2: Bonnie Cndettes 3. X 42,1011 iffnnn-ff'L4"l?4',-3 ' If ADAIWWWILLQAMS -- ' , , ld' ,, 5, I f f , ' f VV A L ,Q Q ff f-Jcfafefif I X Q,L'K.d. I iIIlzv"'f-.5 j 'W ' Lively . . . ' In ll0IlHlIlfl" 4 hlushes easily . . . G. I. lI:Iir'I'.utl- , 17 Buskcthaill 3: Foothslll 2, 3: 'l'r:Ic'k - 1' 2. 3. MARGARET H. WILLIAMS P ' Marley" ACADEMIC A I friend to all . . . Il0lll0Slll'4lllV lllC'llll0!l . . . stndious . . . EI smile covers nll. CJIIIIQHI Club 2: Culture Vulture 2. 3: Drmnsitie Clnh l. 2. 3: Glee Clnh I. 2. 3: Nilflllllill Honor Sovieiy 2. 3: Girls' Basketball I. 2. 3: Year- b - I . - ook l.lt0l'dl'y f.0lllll1lllC6 3. VI 4 YRAL 01 dxxnvc I- m " ng " . . sa il truck h ,lp- r . . I ' or a :Int FRANCES C. WYDRA "Franccy" COMMERCIAL Calm . . . well lIlZIIlllCl'0fl . . . love- ly eyes . . . nent. CARMIeI.I1'I-1 Typist 3. Q ,, I .sb Qi A 1' '95 W 31 ASN VY lvl E .4 wg. A '+I 4 f qw lf- , REGINA A. WYSO'FSKl ' "Iran" . GLNI RAL 'l':ill mul slcmlur . . . 'Tull uf fun" . . . ll:1ppyAg:nflm'ky . . . ulllloli- willy ilu'lilu-1l. f'KlC5ll41I,l'I'l-. Typist Sl: Girls' lluskcl- lulll 2, 3. MARIE A. ZIMA "Mum-H Commuuiml. Stuclious . . . friendly . . . grrzwiuus . . . tawtfiil. Cauuoru Club Ili C.umr:i.1'rr: Typist 3: Nulinnsll Iluuor Sovivly 15. 3. . ,-14" . if -9 . ,. K ' .9 , . . x 4' J - ' ' ' ' .J EVl1I.Y,ljf'L.- XNIQK X A. BETTY ZlMMl'lRMAN f if',.if -' ww 4, .f if Hsglyappyll J x ',rrT"Gfpu.m1,! gg 'N . - Commipncmi. . r , x' x S A .NNW 1 pull. , . . -,,1l,,gioy1 l'z-rpgtuail gigzls-r . . . ws-ll giwmnu-il d.V -NSI.-.i SNIM. of ,,m,rJ.,. lmvirl . . . fond uf "I.:uly' . . . v Y mu cul. gr .s,- cflwlelit. ,N " pmt .IH-,Q s 1 ,iq Lg' 33 I mtyw " f42lllll'I'2l Fluh 3: CAIiMl'1I.l'l'l'1 Typist . Y ' l, 2. . 3 1113! Fl lr , .:.' 31' 2. Ji: Glu- Club I. 2. 31 IXI. Typist ' 'ls' llakkclllsillfl. 2. 31 Spotlight Typist Zi. Y s QW! ' , , J Q ANIQT K, STIiIi5,A 'A KOVVSKI ." gli, LZ' 'XHZ ,s,f'K'.J ' fb 3, ' - ' l. AL rf u" ' 'RAL YJ i 5 A " , IP,-tif N Nu-y ' ' .,,,-0'-,-ml . ln 1 Liyvly I. fzlix 1TiimlQ?'milc4l . . uzili i t-'us . . . lllll cr- VP! 'Q - - - NIUYPUI - Vf Shllullwjl F, .iN'ri:tl'y istmg IX1lf'lNliliwo- C ff I :sg nm :ui ull, 1, ll -uhh' "Gi ' -S"Ib:1l 3: 'ir 1' ' 2 lil' lllwll-Y , I. 2. ms- Bm, light list-zmogzraiplier 34, S 1 ayit I 4, I, 1 4 I I Council 1, LBA :incl Sn-rw 'HLA' if A . . - ,N 1- N - iv ' i , iw L--1 5 u ii' ir I l4l1lXVill'll Kcwstos rm'0ivii1g: The Minute Mau Flag: from Mr. L. C. llurlzoll, Cliuirllmli of the VVur Luau Couuuittee . Y Q V, 5 , .ir A4 32 :fp . 'Mu 'f -E ebay 4' ,Lf 'Zvy vsg,g5f5 R Q, 3 9,525 Class Song Melody from Brahms' First Symphony by permission of lbe Willis Music Co. FAREWELL ALMA MATER Farewell, Alma Mater, Dear classmates of '4 S.. We bid fond adieu now, As upward and on we strive. The friends that we've treasured, Joys so unmeasured Will bring to our future years A warmth and a glow, Dearest mem'ries we know Will live forever more. A new dawn arises, A challenge to hope and youth. Set forth now the standards Of justice and peace and truth, Until to the earth, With freedom's rebirth, New life and light we bring, Then fondly recall These, the best days of all, Dear classmates, now-Farewell. Words by ANNA MAE MENADACE 'kiir SENIOR CLASS CALENDAR Oct. 28, 1944-Hallowe'en Dance. Nov. 28, 1944-Thanksgiving Game, Victory Dance. Dec. S, 1944-Girls' Intramural Basketball Game in the Gym. Jan. 17 and jan. 18, 1945-Senior Class Play, "The Fighting Littles," Auditorium. Feb. 13, 1945--Valentine Dance in the Silver Palestra. April 10, 1945-Amateur Night in the High School Auditorium. May 14-18, 1945-Senior Week. May 18, 1945-Class Day in the High School Auditorium. May 20, 1945-Baccalaureate. May 22, 1945 -Commencement Exercise in High School Auditorium. and MARION Etss in the High School J' it M ? -L?39V1W 33 5' 2 p lu A . K Twink? j' S I 13. .461 i 'c' vi 1-vu' 'J "' SENIOR CLASS PLAY-Niiigliimg Little! I. VC'l1ulc cast, 3. Aimnlina serving the coffee. S. 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'f5'Z5-'35Y7'NsJ.'- I I h Mk fs-kg? w"""'W. 3:35 1 , an " " ' ' -6" 'f1" ff"-1" f 1255? -, W f:a5?5?4+1'if:u'-,N-A - iff w A x:'2j'2'.-'L . ' Q ' ' ' ,Q ., -' .f , "JW H 5 T""Lff51.i3Mw V L- - ibm-f - "'47':' ' . A wire"-L 'W lui: - ,. ,. ' f HH P19 gy L... x ' , vu, ' 3 v an Q I y1.f"f'fW qw I hh t p,,,x-, i ,,.,-vf"- 1 NL- df.-I' ,. . 9. - . f K ,,.H.w.f'f' ' . ' U - , ,. 5 7 Y' V . . .wg "' ,ff 1 , ,,,, , nw ' , .Af J ,J .:' if 'V X . . x A11 1 'ij UH ,aiu ,Ai , , wit., W I, . . t - .K ww ,iff V -..-wf . S35 ' if -N? V' A 4, :AL .1 2 wif -I li Ci lil? 212 ii Q 1? -I-1 Q 2? ia 4 4 In-fl to High! I'lrl4-rim Sl'i1'4'lIll2llIU. Annan Suduslcy, .Inhn l'llfl'iI'k. unior Class OFFICERS Urusiuco SCICCHITANO - - - - President VINCENT GUARNA - Vice President JOHN PATRICK Secretary ANNA SADUSKY - Treasurer Class Advisers MR. GERAI.D R. BRESLIN Miss JANE M. MALEY CLASS CALENDAR Nov. 10-Armistice Day Dance. Dec. 21-Christmas Dance. Jan. 9 to Jan. 23-Curtis Magazine Subscription Campaign. Jan. 30-Curtis Company's Ice Cream Party in the Auditorium. May 4-junior Prom in the Silver Palestra. May 18-Senior Farewell Dance in the Silver Palestra, . L ,,f S K., 36 4 TF .1 t. i pl. -A 23' 'if' K 6,59 X X F. FP ROOM 201 - JUNIORS First Row, Left to Right-Mary Anania, Helen Butkiewicz, Dolores t ri osa ' an Belfonti, jean Blass, lilva Boyd. f - I Second Row-Frank Bowers, John Chuprinski, Miss Elizabet How , El r Chubb, Louise Berkheiscr, Ramona Bender, Margaret Allison, Marie Brotosk B sta. raphine Balinskas, Charles Bilder, William Ambrose. 4, Third Row-Marshall Becker, Thomas Bush, jo E o, lfdw rd Brezicki, XVilli:in1 Consevage, john Adams, Edward Budoek, Alfred Brezits , arm avacini, Leonard Burella, Ben Cappelleti. 0 i ROOM 202 - .IUNIORS First Row, Left to Right-Dorothy Deja, Virginia Dallazia, Emily Durovich, Mildred Deniboski, Theresa Harrison, Eleanor Glowacki, Rose Marie Haleman, Jeanette Czerwinski. Second Row-Miss Kathryn Billman, Roman Duni, Rita Dropcski, Adeline Dulko, jean Essip, Rita Homitv, Anna Marie Gedraitis, Marie Gwiazdowski, Martha Glowacki, Theresa Harry, Rita Fedoek, Charles Herb. Third Row-Cyril Doyle, Leonard Hatraek, Edward Homicz, Bernard Czeponis, Thomas Cousin, -Ianies Harring, Joseph Goliash, Richard Guinas, Francis Dombroski, john Gillis. 37 ROOM 203 - .IUNIORS First Row, Left to Right4M:irie Kaminski, lrene Kimsal. Bernice -lankoski, Dorothy Lucas, Betty Kehler, Theresa Kuczewski, jean Kehler, Rose Lostyn. Second Row-joseph Lavish, Miss Catherine Seicchitano, Helen Kijewski, Barbara Luchniek, Phyllis Lerch, Betty -latko, Shirley Kecfer, Theresa Kroueh, Virginia Kessler. Lillian Krotehko, Leah Karlock, john Ludes. Third Row-lfelwnrd Kramer, Benjamin John, Henry Klimowicz, Albert Jelus, Norman Kessler, Vincent Kieski, Robert Koneewiw, Leonard Kowaleski, Melvin Hosgood, Henry Koncewicz, ,lerome Kanis, Michael Kotorn, W'illiam Krasiewski. R00M 204 -JUNIORS D Q First Row, Left to Right-lfdward Nozisko, Marie Pnttier, Rita Ososki, Dolores Pottier, Rita Polomskiht Catherine Parnell, Lorraine Novakoski, Helen Ositko, Antoinette Mirarchi, Harold Morgan. N li i X 1 '1 s p I Seeonil Row-Mr. Charles lioleske, Lillian Pulaski, Rita Molick, .lean Moore, Theresa Murcaleski, Raxnoiaa Milunas, Anna Okopinski, Mary Lou Moraski, Mary Lou McCann, listher Maurer, Clement Nariielli, Anthony Mathias. ki Third Row--john Patrick, Robert Persing, John Matthew, Fred Parkyn, Robert McDowell, l5ernard.M xkoski, - john Persing, Raymond Petroski, Joseph Mestichelli, Robert McCann. Q I PX V 38 if X . Q. I i ' Q ROOM 303 - JUNIORS First Row, Left to Right-Mary Seltletgir, Doris Schucker, Ann.: Rudoek, Celine Repelln, Anna Sidtislty, Betty Purcell, Margaret Sarislty, Gertrude Sosh, Celesta Simmons. Second Row-Mrs, Lillian Scicehitano, Frieda Rakocy, Grace Smith, Therem Simonowiel, Mildred Siedlieeki, Rose Rovinski, Dorothy Schriner, jeanettc Reed, Ramona Suvulis, Dorothy Semieek, Aletlm Snyder, l,ois Sxellfox, john Smith. Third Row-john Rosinwki, Robert Rulhs, Arthur Schaffer, Thomas Stnller, -lohn Shutt, Ulderieo Seicehi- tamo, joseph Stzibinxki, Bertram Sipple, Thomas R.nnuge, Paul Schreiber, W'illi.im Rudoek, lftlwnrd Smith, Iirnnk Ragnlyi. i i ROOM 305 - JUNIORS First Row, Left to Right-Ramona Zelinski, Anna Marie Waldroii, Leona Zavirc Ifdirli Tainmini Mar :ir't . , . . ,i ' pg L Whirdrop, Anna Wcmieik, Agnes Troyan. Second Row-Mr. Timothy Barnes, Reno Zinlarella, Alfred W'esner, Whilter Zorien, lfarl Strawn, lfdwurd V.lSil.lllSli3S, lfdmund Swartz. 'l'hird Row-john Zamboni, Timothy Yokemielt, Norbert Vfalsli, -Iohn W'ojeilt, -IJIUCD Xvetlel. Sl' X5 39 .Y ei I :XA 5 VL. .Q v., 'L Qlx f , ' 'r ,S ,NI Q A .Q V Q '45 4' S963 rd vi op 10111011-3 Class l OFFICERS I-IILNRY NARUsiaW1cz - - Prc'sidcnt KIOSIZPH MAZUR - Vive President MARY I,OUlSli W1zR'rz - Sfrrvfary LIQQNA STRIKE - Trvasllrvr Class Adz'ixc'rs MRS. RAMONA S. CIiillL if 4 Li-ft to Iiigflit--fllvnry Nurnsi-win-z, Jus:-ph Mnzur, Li MR' TIMOTHY BARNES Strike, Mary Imiiisq- NVQ-rtz. CLASS CALENDAR Sept. 15--Sophomore Class Initiation. Jan. 19-Ever reen Dance. " x, ,, - h. , , R- ' . v- ,,'J!.4f ' A iv -A-V.I'! Q. A if Qlwgff I . ROOM 102 - SOPHOMORES First Row, Left to Right-Eleanor Buraweski, Antoinette Costello, Catherine Bianchini, Eleanor Andru- levicl, Anna Mae Brezinski, Romilcla Caser. Second Row-Beverly Calvick, Lucille Billman, Theresa Barnes, Agnes Baliehik, Rita Coleman, Theresa Cos- tello, Irene Depnock, Mary Danilowicz, Miss Jane Maley. M4539 'L '5 40 M P 5 awe' X R 'arts' , :umm 1 ROOM 309 - SOPHOMORES First Row, Left to Right-Marion Gondal, Rita Dobson, Helen Dlwinka, Dorothy Galinis, Doris Fisher Ramona Dulko, Lorretta Diamond, Beatrice Deitz, Carlene Gissel, Ceeilia Galonski, Miss Mary Mayan Second Row-joseph Chimielewski, john Derr, Joseph Dobson, Edward Forktus, Reno Bailoni, john Bodnar Michael Bernot, W'illiam Carson. Third Row-Albert Green, Thomas Dudzinski, Michael Chesney, Abner Bye, Francis Danilowiez, Marlin liroseius, Robert Bailey, Iilnier livans, joseph Angell, Henry Baluta, lidward Conehes, Nelson Bitler, Paul Cohen. ROOM 310 - SOPHOMORES lfirst Row, Left to Right-Margaret Gummel, Margaret Hughes, Mary Ann Gryzlo, Olympia Hantles, Flo renee Kleinashefski, Betty Handerhan, Stella Klemas, Anastasia Kandybowski. Second Row-Helene Henninger, Gloria Gribowych, Lorraine Hcnninger, Helen Harlinski, Alma Kimsal, Shirley Hildenbrand, Margaret Hovanes, Genevieve Homitz, Margaret jones, Miss Irene Kornaski. Third Row-Vfilliam Howenstine, Wayne Jeffrey, Frank Kobi, Robert Huegel, Jack Hummel, john Hook Xvilliam Guthrie, Edward Howard, Donald Kerestes, Daniel Gucllcski, Paul Kerestes, john Kaminski. 41 y m ROOM 311 - SOPHOMORES Pirst Row, Left to Right-listher Maliek, Shirley Leppcrt, Beverly Marquette, Beulah Mervinc, Cecilia Kolenda, Genevieve Kulbickas, Mary Koldos, Dorothy Kowalewski, Rita Mirarchi, Johanna Lord, Helen Okronglis, Harriet Nelson. Second Row-john Kozloski, Henry Narusewiez, Walter Mareoon, Michael Krevitski, William Lubinski, Rose Marie Lubeski, Irene Masinick, Mildred Marcoon, Irene Maeiejewski, George Moyle, Edward Narcavage, liugene Lucas, Leonard Lubinski, Mr. Walter Chesney. Third Row4Sam Mauray, Robert McCloskey, Vincent Novakoski, Edward Novitskyl, Paul Mazur, Edward Milewski, Paul Kowalewski, joseph Malur, Robert Noskoviak, joseph Naroleski, Michael Luczkoski, Robert Moyle, john Lombardo, john Minnig. I I l ROOM 312 - SOPHOMORES First Row, Left to Rightgjoan Rakocy, Dolores Osinskic, Leona Polomski, Leocadia Povelaitis, Mary Ramage, Dorothy Price, Anna Patrick, Rose Pcdergnana, Beverly Pranskevieh, Marie Radzai, Rita Radzevich, Marion Remaley. Second Row-Bernard Ostroski, Robert Remalcy, Edward O'Reilly, Lamar Penman, Walter Pascavage, Ber- nard Radzisz, joseph Oshman, Norbert Ososkie, William Olfshefski, Mr. Gerald Breslin. Third Row-Raymond Reed, Henry Rakosky, Marlin Oswald, Raymond Ramakis, Albert Price, Joseph Pczruskevieh, William Patrick, Joseph Puchalski, John Raber, Edward Ramagc. 6 i - ,- .f fu sl, -A ' 'rage-f w are M, H313 X. i -fir Ay In t dv' 0" .1 ROOM 314 - SOPHOMORES Ilii-st Row, Left ro Right-Marion Shemansky, Carrie Shull, Theresa Rydzeski, Anna Sitko, Dorothy Sarisky, M.1tild.1 Semicek, Gloria Snyder, Ruth Roadarmel, Virginia Sadusky, Rose Sinopoli, Marion Simonowiev, Antoinette Scicchitano, Ruth Schucker. Second Row-Gerald Smith, Jack Rodgers, Lorraine Rowe, Virginia Sharpe, Irene Rogutski, Mary Smith, Dolores Shaffer, Betty Shaffer, Thir7a Roadarmel, Francis Shierant, Lester Shuda, Mr. Cliflord Nelson. Third Row-Robert Snyder, john Shirmer, Anthony Rossi, Robert Rydzewski, james Soulges, Albert Sheet! Raynxond Shuptar, Charles Rupp, john Ruths, Charles Slotterback, lidward Sembroski. Bruno Scicehitnno. -XJ ROOM 301 - SOPHOMORES First Row, Left to Right-lithel Weikel, Mary Votz, Regina Zelinski, Marie Troeki, Mary Louise W'ertz, Rose Marie Yuskalis, Irene Wisneski, Helen Versheski, Eva Tolltaeh, Dorothy Zylowslti, Marian Tom- tishen, lflivabeth Warsliefski, Leona Strike. Second Row--Gordon Willizlms, John Stanton, Norman White, Emily Yodis, Helen Zedanowich, Mildred Zukowski, .Iaequeline Zymck, Agnes Zecoski, Doris Wetzcl, Lois Thompson, james Willialias, James Yeager, Emanuel Troyan, Miss Marie McCarthy. Third Row-Paul Troyan, William Yoder, Theodore Yorkiewicz, Marshall Varano, john Tloczynski, Thomas Zaleha, Sam Wilkinson, Leonard Wlisneski, joseph Yodzis, Norbert Tloczynski, Alan Stine, james Youst. 'I' Q13 f rf Q1 T Q' 43 M 5 2 C Q31 A M 4 5' N' - . - 1:- Eviw a vffei, Shii!" ,fw SOPHCDMGRE INITIATICDN Mengipnee and Snyder judging Tliirzn Rundnr- Z, Group of initiates. mei .ind Shirley Hildenbrund. 4. lnitiatcs on Way to School William Hnwenstine initiated by Menapaee. 6, Up fnr inspection. S judges deciding "beauty contest." 44 IHHH X ' "'lgm""""'q. IQ . Q I -X, 2 i 5. V . 'e 'Y -' 5 1 A IAF ' AQ .15 Q , . QQ Q u.--..Q 'gb Mliz ik 1 ' I. t ' - I KJ : -'. 1-31 L 'x ' '-5,1 1. Nigg 'QL Q: . , Q ,fs "Kink l" f ' NTL , hrg. P f 2 211.- fp T qA:"F'f -'A X it A . A 'X ' --1.1 . . ' ,,Mf"' , Q 'Q N.:-, Q . ij , ex d,4fQQ Q QQQQQQQQW-.,.f1-' Q ...www- 1 1 'U ' -,,,'v.-L LL-511' ..'flF2'g'3 Q VV! hi f v'Wf?""QrqfM ' .Qpm :Ag - Q, . 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' V ' .f-ij' "'f,. if , ' ' , I, . ' 'f T51 L ,gre-5 'iw-' , R. r . 'EIC R . L 'Kg ,Q ,- 1 - SHPS IHKIN HIWHHH VIEHIHV NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Pn'xiJunf - - Vin' PfA',iil1t'l1f - MARION litsiz - Bi TTY JANE Ri-mi-.R S1'l'fl'fllVj' ANNA Mme MLNAPALLIZ 'l'r'mxlm'r - - - - IEDNA SAM Gmmls of Ilmmr ---- - NIARGARI-.T VVILLIAMS, NIARIIQ ZIMA Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service are the outstanding milestones on the road to member- ship in the National Honor Society. Symbolized by the flaming torch on the keystone, it represents the most honorable and distinguished organization in the high school. Election to the Honor Society is fitting recognition for the outstanding achievement of those students who have successfully obtained their goals. lfirst How, Ln-ft to Iilitflli-fGl'I'illlllll4' Staiskin-1, Eelnai Sum, Marion Else, Miss llllizailu-th llowairsl, Amlvisi-r: Annu Mm- M4-iuzipin-4-. Bc-tty Ile-im-r, Mairii- Zinia. Si-1-oml How- -l1ll'lllll'llll0 Marwliwtte-, ll2lI'LlllI'l'l XVilli:ims, Bt-tty Jann- Moyer. l'l:lr:i I,uvzis, Vairol Ann Ili-vlit, Ile-li-ii Miznk. Nmljti Ds-mlii-k, Annu Sanlusky. 'l'hir1l llow 'I'ln-roszi Sm-im-liihiiio, Violet Kovzivk, Gloria Sanlnsky, Miriam llnllus, .lost-plninv Fnssolln-ri'y, Mairgrnrvi Allison, Ilvrliivi- Jainkoski, .loan Iii-lfunii. lfonrtli How---.lozin Mnzairi, Igllflbllfll .loin-s, Doris H1114-lit, .lulm Bl0ll2lllill'i', .lolm Luilvs. I'l4l1-rim Si-it-vlnitxino, Grain Smith, Phyllis Lvruli, Esther Mainrvr. l lfirst llow. I.:-ft to lliglit -Tlionms Snyder, Elizailwtli Coroniti, Gloria Saulnsky, .Iulin INIvii:ipiu't-. Sn-1-inn! llow--.innn Man- M4-mipzu-0, Iizlrhzirzi .Ions-s, Ilarulml Kline. Miss .lane Manley. Awlvisf-r: Nznlgai D1-lln-lc. llvlvm- xlllfllilll. 'l'llir1l llnw- .loliu llomlxlrliwl. Ili-clwig Ko MASQUE AND GAVEL OFFICERS - - GLORIA Smiusitv Ii1,izAui 'ru CORONITI - join: Ml-NAI'AKIE mlogkiv J0S,.l,1,i,w Cusse-Ilwrry. Marion Else, Kay lfn-rtig. Prrxitfcrll - Sn-rvlary4Trvux11rar Svrgvani-uf-Armx - - - - - The three-fold objective of Masque and Gavel is: to recognize and promote significant student achieve- ment in any area of speech in the high schoolg to assist the student in raising his standards of speechg to sponsor a better relationship between the high school and the community. 46 QUILL AND SCROLL OFFICERS Prvsitlenl - - Tm ru SA Sclt:cm'rANo Vin' I're.viilruf Viou 'I' Kovm it SH'l'l'frl7'iV-YVYHIXIIfA'I' - .... joAN MAZARI The .lim of this organization is to encourage and reward individual achievement in journalism and allied subjects. To be made a member of the society, a student must be scholastically in the upper half of his high school class and take an active part in raising the standards in its Held and doing some distinctive work in a phase of high school journalism. I-'irst How, I.:-ft to Right Mary Si-ivvliilalno. Gi-ralliliiiv Shlsliilfl. Violet Koviivk, 'l'h4-ri-su Svii-vliilzlllo. .llrllll Mnzurll lliiu Hsoski, lflilnai Sum. Si-4-onil lion' 'l'hoin:ls Snyili-r, Ilvtty .l:llu- Moy:-r, Lorriiini- Kllrilln, Xl2lI'l'l'lllll' Slnitli, Stella ZIIIUIXYNKL lla-lirii-Hn Ili-isvr, Hurlulrai .loin-N. Mr, UlitTor4l Nelson. Adviser, 'l'hir4I lloivf .loss-pliinv Caissi-llu-rry, Marion Else. l':lrol Ann Hi-vlii, liofly lil'lIll'l', Alma llllllis, n4'l'Illl'l' .l:lnltoslti, Anim Mui' 3lvi1:ip:u'a-. First Row, Li-ft to lliglitffflloimili Dnni, .lolm Cz:-rwiiiski, Uliairls-s lloli-ski, Frank 111-gailyi. Mairshnll Ili-vltvr, Sm-onil How --Mr. Frzink Ihirtos. Co-Ailvisi-rg John Shirnu-r. Flizirle-s Ilnpp, Holm-rt Ili-inaili-y, Mr. lfrnnk Kostos, Co-Ailvisvr. 'l'hir1l How- Donnlcl Korestes, Iminair l'i-mniiil. Iialylnonil Slnllllur. THE COG OFFICERS Prexiilwlf - - fillARI 1 s Boil sm Vin' Prexidvrlf - -IOIIN PM rut it Serrefury RoMAN lJUN1 Treaxlzrvr FRANK RAuA1.x'1 The Cog, the new Honor Society of the High School Mechanical Department, was established to pro- mote good fellowship among its members and to be of service to the school. This club originated in 192-4, at the Central High School, Washington, D. C. Our chapter is number six in the U. S. A. 47 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Prvmli-ul JOHN SHUTT Vin' 1'r1'xif1vnf - IRLNI: KiMsAI, Sn'r'i'lin'y-Trmrmwr' - - -IVAN Bl I,I-ON'l'I The Student Council has taken Cl definite step in uniting the efforts of the school. It promotes co- operation between students and faculty in the administration of school affairs, especially those which deal with student activities. In addition, it helps to make the students aware of their part in creating n better school through improving their own conduct. It is one of the most democratic attempts at selfrgovernment and has had considerable success with both the pupils and the administration. lfirst How, Ls-I't to Ilielit---Allin-rt Priee. Alain Stine. Sn-vom! Ilow -lioso Sinopoli, .If-:in Ili-Ifonti. lh-tty Aihlms, Amin tiumln-lt, Stella Zukowski, Irvm- Kismul. .Io-:ln Mi-svrevii-Ii, Amin Wojeik, Iivzntriw- Dietz, l':1thi-rim- I'Ii2llIl'llIIli. 'l'hirnl Ilow Mr. XVulti-r Ulu-sin-y, Advise-r: Hi-orgre Moyle, IVilli:um Smith, If'r4-41 Piirkyii. Ilonznlrl K4-rvstes, .lost-ph Golizlsh. .lohli Slllllf. .lg lfirst Row, Left to Iliglit-Eclwalril Iii-restes, I':1i1i Olshefski, Louis Guizzetti, Sh-plion Brim-hzisli, Ilohs-rt l'i1t1-llo, George T4-tiff-I. Si-voiui Ilinvnhir. Timothy lhirnvs, Adviser: Joseph Slmpinski, lidwzlrd Shalrxiyko, Joseph Uairlow. NVilli:1m Smith, -IIIIIIUS Morris, Thomas Strike, .loss-ph Iiemh-r, Curl NVOrf. TRAFFIC PATROL The Trafhc Patrol has not only maintained order throughout the school in avoiding confusion by keeping trnthc moving smoothly in the halls, and enforcing traflie regulntionsg but has served ns :mother test of student self-management by conducting the traffic tribunal. 48 Girls' Glee First Row, Left to Right-Shirley Leppert, Dorothy Kowalewski, 'Leona Polomski, Theresa Barnes, Violet Kovack, Barbara jones, Joan Mazari, Betty Reiner, Mary Scicchitano, Beverley Marquette, Beulah Mer- vine, Theresa Rydzewski, Matilda Semicek, Ruth Roadarmel, Anna Patrick, Thirza Roadarmel, Johanna Lord. Second Row-Doris Schucker, Margaret Hovanes, Helen Bridy, Theresa Scicchitano, Hedwig Kovaleski, LaRue Marquette, Miriam Sadusky, Gloria Sadusky, Doris Balent, Rosa Bitler, Anna Sadusky, An- toinette Scicchitano, Marion Simonowicz, Rose Sinopoli, Miriam Ruths, Alma Ruths, Anna Okopinski, Mary Louise Wertz, Virginia Kessler. Third Row-Josephine Casselberry, Marie Trocki, Marion Else, Margaret Hughes, Shirley Hildenbrand, Marion Steelfox, Margaret Williams, Rose Pedergnana, Nadja Dedick, Ann Bodak, Betty jane Moyer, Betty Zimmerman, Betty Kehler, Ramona Zelinski, Marion Remaley, Cecelia Kolenda, Gloria Gribowych, Theresa Harry, Mildred Hvizda, Ruth Schucker, Ruth Evert, Betty Adams, Lucille Billman, Lillian Krotcho, Phyllis Lerch. Fourth Row-Anna Mae Menapace, Mary Lou McCann, Grace Smith, Esther Maurer, Theresa Murcazeski, Jean Belfonti, Rita Polomski, Agraphine Balinskas, Jacqueline Marquette, Lorraine White, janet Yanick, Evelyn Yanick, Margaret Allison, Bernice Jankowski, Eleanor Chubb, Olympia Hantzes. OFFICERS President - - - - - GLORIA SADUSKY Vice President - - ALMA RUTHS Secretary - - ESTHER MAURER Treasurer ANNA SADUSKY The halls of M. C. H. S. resounded weekly with the determined efforts of the Glee Club to retain the recognition it has won. This group has furnished opportunity to its members for a study of music beyond the popular style. The club has completed another memorable year by singing for the Annual Christmas program, Spring Concert, and Bac- caleaureate Exercises. 1' me 43:3 bel-f sr , Aw U fl ig, 50 G3 we 'gf Fi i lf?" Ffa Culture Vulture Clulo First Row, Left to Right-Ramona Hook, Geraldine Staskiel, Lorraine Scott, Leona Kovalick, Helene Morgan, Mary Scicchitano, Violet Kovack, Hedwig Kovaleski. Second Row-Anna Mae Menapace, Betty Jane Moyer, Nadja Dedick, Carol Ann Hecht, Gloria Sadusky, Doris Balent, Joan Maznri, Barbara Jones, Marion Else. Third Row-Jessie Olenchock, Regina Olcnchock, Lorraine Kurilla, Theresa Chango, Ann Bodak, Theresa Okopinski, Betty Reiner, Margaret Williams, Josephine Casselberry, Marie Ciokajlo. Fourth Row--Mr. Charles Bolcske, Adviserg John Roadarmel, Harold Kline, john Snyder, john Menapace, Thomas Posipanko. Fifth Row-Joseph Shupinski, Thomas Snyder, Kay Fertig. The purpose of this club is to develop an understanding and an appreciation of master pieces of the past in art, music, poetry, and sculpture, as well as the outstanding contri- butions of today. 51 N S K ,Ti 1 V, CHHIGIG First Row, Left to Right--Dorothy Weikel, Doris Klawitter, Betty Slotterbaek, Violet Kovack, Barbara Jones, Rosa Bitler, Joan Mazari, Josephine Pupo, Mary Scieehitano, Lorraine Scott, Verna Semerod, Betty Moyer, Virginia Dallazia, Carol Ann Hecht. Second Row-Arthur Schaffer, Anna Bodak, Theresa Okopinski, Hedwig Kovaleski, LaRue Marquette, Miriam Sadusky, Gloria Sadusky, Doris Balent, Marie Pottier, Anna Sadusky, Leona Butts, Mary Lord, Ramona Milewski, Rita Ososki, Lillian Pulaski, Dorothy Deja, Josephine Casselberry, Marion Iilse. Third Row-Mrs. Lillian Scicchitano, Adviser, Joseph Shupinski, Thomas Snyder, Dorothy Semicek, Nadja Dediek, Barbara Luchnick, Lorraine Kurilla, Theresa Danilowiez, Clara Lucas, Marie Zima, Edna Sam, Theresa Homczyk, Rita Rydzewski, Betty Zimmerman, Rita Luchniek, Anna Marie Waldron, Henrietta Heiser, Anna Okopinski, Ruth Sauers, Henrietta Okronglis, Alma Ruths, janet Yaniek, Anna Fctsko, Lorraine Wliite, Thomas Posipanko, john Roadarmel. Fourth Row-Monica Diamond, Theresa Mikulewicz, Geraldine Marchetti, Theresa Olshefski, Sylvia Mikulski, Mary Lou Moraski, Agraphine Balinskas, Jacqueline Marquette, Helen Maekewicz, Miriam Ruths, Roman Hook, Eleanor Klawitter, Helen Mizak, Rita Shymansky, Dolores Pottier. OFFICERS President - - - - Jos13PH SHUPINSKI Vice President - THOMAS POSIPANKO Secretary - - MARIE ZIMA Treasurer VIOLET KovAcK The Camera Club studied photography both as a hobby and as an art. Pictures were developed, enlarged, and printed, and various slides were shown at its meetings. 'E we Q-JWWQPI New f xg sig A 71, 52 'P 'R ,au-af In 4.57 ' 'L S C i l -.L.i F: Dramatic Club Iiirst Row, Left to Right-Fred Parlcyn, Thomas Posipanko, Kay Fertig, john Roadarmel, john Snyder Harold Kline, Thomas Snyder, joseph Shupinski, John Menapaee, john O'Donnell, Arthur Schaffer. Second Row-Anna Sadusky, Bernice jankowski, Betty June Moyer, lidna Sam, Leona Kiwaliek, lflilabeth Coronili, Helene Morgan, Mary Seiechitano, Violet Kovaek, Hedwig Kovaleski, Ann Bodak, Miss -lane Haley, Adviser. Third Row-Mildred Hvilda, Margaret Allison, Theresa Seicehitano, Nadja Dediek, Carol Ann Hecht, Gloria Sadusky, Doris Balent, .Ioan Mazari, Barbara jones, Virginia Dallavia, Marie Ciokajlo, Grace Smith. llourth Row-Clara Lucas, Rosa Bitler, Betty -latko, Phyllis Lerch, Theresa Okopinski, Josephine Pupo, Betty Reiner, Margaret NWilliams, Iilva Boyd, Theresa Mureazeski, Anna Okopinski. Fifth Row-Janet Yaniek, Betty Adams, llvelyn Yanick, Mary Lou McCann, Anna Mae Menapaee, Josephine Casselberry, Marion Iilse, Celine Repella, Rita Ososki, Ramona Savulis. OFFICERS l'rf'xirlr'11f - - - JOHN ROAllAllMI:l. View Pl'K'Nit!l'lIf - VIOLET KovAcK Svrwlury - - KAY FLRTIG Treaszzrvr BARBARA joN1is The Dramatic Club aims to bring out latent talent among the students. This organ- ization teaches the fundamental principals of drama and helps the student to become more poised, more careful in speech, and more co-operative. The club also advises the students in stage managing, make-up, advertising, and various other phases. 53 v Ti 163 BdHCl First Row. Le-ft to Right -lit-tty lion John, Aho I-'inton, Lzunnr IiI'3lftSl'llZIli. Robert Yairziho, Ilogi-r Smith, 1,1-o lit-rzinski, Ilolwrt Lutz, Ifrunk I"1-7:11-y, llolu-rl XVert. Frank Mxllinowslii, Frwl Mailinowski, Thomzls Illiglu-S, .lziim-s Mzirquvtte, Marshall Mzizzlri, .lohuliii XYi1li:tms. Ni-volul How Fri-il l'Ill'lij'll. 'l'honms Uwa-ns, Ihly NV1-tm-l. Huy Svlilvprvl, Ihelmltl tire:-11. l'hilip 111-rgm-ll, Alln-rl tirveli. .lainu-s l'lnilxh, llivlizirwl Yzirnaill, William Kessler, .Iohn Clilllmh, SI4-plu-11 M4-rt-nit-k, Doris Selilu-ki-r. .hum-s Morris. 'l'hir1l How Mr. .lost-ph Stin-t'. Ibirevtor: t':1rl Swartz. Ilvrhs-rt Iwi-lu-r, Liu- Stern, Ile-riiurd -l2l!llilNYSlii. William llillmzln. lh-rtraim Sippli-, l'l:lyion Stzushiilski. Flogil Artinian, Stn-1111+-in Mn-iuzipaivn-. l':1nl Ilillmim, iil'l'2llll Lutz. lfourth lion' Ikriiin Ifs-ttvrnizin. I':iuI Ilia-tx. Ili-nry Iinhita, .Inmr-s Ilnrrihg. Glenn Wiglitinnn, K4-nm-th Ki-rstx-tti-r, l'unl Colin-ii. William Fralnvis. .Iohn lllllllllll'l. Fifth llow .lohu Yonlzis, Romain Dllni, l'itlXYll!'ll lit-rvstes, liny l"vrtip:, G1-rsllcl WVOisillgvr. Iiillllill' liralftsvlialli. Sixth How Glu-nn Illelwzlrfls, Idilwziril Flynn, Wilbi-rt ICH-rot, lloiutlil lit-rvstvs, Ilaynioml Murray. New-iitli lloxv fY:1ln:h Artmzin, 'l'l1mh:us Vowis, Ilaxymonil Evert-1, Alfrc-fl Iii-lfonti, lilnin Kessler. Service seems the motto of the M. C. H. S. Band, consisting of 66 members, which again cheered on our football team through all kinds of weather, refusing to let spirit lag. The band has also participated at dedicntions, flag raisings, and patriotic rallies. In the spring and during the school term, an appreciative public was delighted by the band's performances under the capable direction of Professor Joseph Stief. Bonnie Cadeektes The Bonnie Cadettes have assisted the band in varied and interesting performances that add femininity, color, and spectacle on the football Held, in parades, and assembly programs. Stnrtini: at Top Miilello lmft Lorrzliim White. Virginian Smlusky, M:nrg'ziret .Iona-s, .lzii-quit-liiio Mztrqiwttv, Ilnrrii-t N1-1:-on. Shirley Kevfer. 'l'op Middle Itight Dorothy Smnivok. Shirley Ilililonhranil, Mary Lou Mt-t'zim1, llilllllilll Staunton, Leona ZilVHl'l', llernim- .I:inkoski. Fross Sm-tion lluth Ilourlairmvl, Joylt-he May, BItlI't'l'lil!0 Smith, Amin Marie Paitrivk. Drum Mzijoretto--Miriaim Ruths. 54 wi I S U X I fr y 'X 2, Q, Us ' R"X "SX 1 J 'J V,j'J s N ' S ix. Ly J M Y v ,I ' -.LU -.QU ri X ' f ll CHEERS GALQRE S K w .ii is i 1. Before the game. 2. At the Thanksgiving Game. 3. Drum Mnjorcttc, Miriam Ruths. 4. On the march. S. Roady for action. 6. Head chccrlcadcr, lilizabcth Curonixi. . X Q49 if .f 'SUNG 'J Q' 55 -.N 2 u, ' . Q, xg Xl- 9- N - ., - V Q.. V ,I Q 7, LITERARY STAFF: CARMELITE WEEKLY, IXL, AND SPOTLIGHT Tbc Carmclilc Weekly has given an open account in the Mmm! Carmel llem to the public of the activities that constitute our school life. Tbv IXL has served as a periodical of a more literary nature and as an outlet for the originality of talented individuals of the student body. The Spolligbl, through regular publications, has aimed to attract the attention of the student body by a vivid account of current affairs in school life. First Row, Left to Right--Geraldine Stasltiel, Antoinette Scicchitano, Harriet Nelson, Theresa Harrison, Betty ,lane Moyer, Mary Scicchitano, Violet Kovack, Joan Mazari, Theresa Scicchitano, Edna Sam, klosephine Casselberry. Second Row-Miss Ada Bahner, Spolligbf Adviserg Anna Mae Menapace, Bernice Jankoski, Mary Lou Moraskie, Carol Ann Hecht, Marion Else, Anna Jurasick, Henrietta Heiser, Barbara Jones, Anna Rudock, Rita Ososlti, Miss Nellie johnson, IXL Adviser. Third Row-Thomas Snyder, Arthur Schaffer. TYPISTS AND BUSINESS STAFF OF THE CARMELITE WEEKLY, IXL, AND SPOTLIGHT First Row, Left to Right-Doris Klawitter, Dorothy Korzenecki, Lorraine Kurilla, Stella Zukowski, Leona Butts, Mary Bevivino, Charlotte Merlo, Stella Matucci, Betty Zimmerman, Mary Scicchitano, Theresa Homczyk, Rita Rydzewski, Lorraine Scott, Elizabeth Coroniti, Irene Moser. Second Row-Mr. Clifford Nelson, Adviserg Theresa Olshefski, Betty Slotterback, Marie Zima, Theresa Danilowicz, Clara Lucas, Alma Ruths, Betty Reiner, Josephine Pupo, Irene Bartol, Theresa Mil-tulcwicz, Anna Fetsko, Gloria Sadusky, Doris Balent, Joan Mazari. Third Row-Dorothy Pcrloski, Elizabeth juodis, Monica Diamond, Lorraine White, Sylvia Sitko, Ramona Milcwski, Helen Mizak, Eleanor Bridy, Dorothy Hower, Miriam Ruths, Evelyn Yanick, Leona Selio, Dorothy Weikel. Fourth Row-Geraldine Marchetti, Jacqueline Marquette, Anna Gondek, Lucy Schultz, Sylvia Mikulski, Helen Mackewicz, Betty Adams, Rita Luchnick, Frances Wydra, Jean Wystmtski. This group has done an excellent piece of work in the publication of the Cdf7lI1'lift', Spollighl, and IXI.. 56 CARMELITE STAFF ,loin Xidlllfi, Iidimr-in-Chief. Typists-Betty Moyer, Hedwig Kovalcski, Vin- 4 lui Kuvnck, Clara Lucas. B.1rb.1rg1 -Innes, Assistant Editor. :Xdvurtiwing ciUll1I11illCC1SiTliIlg, icft to right: fH'lJUl1l1Cii, Rondnrnici, Munapncu. Standing: llcrtig, Snyder, Posipanko. Thomas Snyder, Sportv Ifdimr. Barbara and qluan with Miss Rowe: literary Cummiitcc. PIIOIOSFLIPIICFBLPUV'iS .ind XY'nlsli. - i 1 ..l.-.-....3. .L- Varsity Football It was a clear, crisp, early, September night when Mt. Carmel High School opened its 1944 football season with Freeland M. M. I. From then! until the final whistle of the Thanksgiving Day battle with our arch-rival Shamokin, the season was packed with many an exciting moment. The Tornadoes' type of football was wide open and produced some college-caliber prospects. The season's record shows eight victories and three defeats. Coach Joseph Ambrose and Assistant Coach Joseph Paskevich developed a team which closed its season in a blaze of glory, winning its last five games. Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Mount Carmel "Mount Carmel I Y ::'Mount Carmel ::'Mount Carmel I :9 as X Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Asterisk denotes If RECGRD Freeland M. M. l. ...,.. . West Mahanoy Twp. ..., . 21 37 0 Tamaqua . 0 Mahanoy City 14 CoalTownship 6 Kulpmont ., .... 14 Shenandoah . 7 Coaldale 31 Ashland 6 Sunbury 6 Shamokin .. astern Conference CSouthern Divisionj games. Total Points for Mount Carmel ..,..,, .................. Total Points Against Mount Carmel ..........,...,,... Won 8, Lost 3, Tied 0 LETTERMEN Seniors Izmiors Alfred Anescheck Stephen Brinchash Joseph Carlow Richard Caser Leonard -Iengeleski Edward Kobilis Bernard Kuczewski Robert Pittello Bernard Shalonis George Teufel Adam Williams joseph Costello, Marzagvr Anthony Lazzaro, Manager 6959 fm eau? ,, HJ' 172 -, Z. , X 9 E I 5, w Robert McCann Jack Patrick John Rosinski Reno Zinzarella Thomas Cousin, Manager 0 , 6 21 .. 6 . 0 37 12 , 0 .. 0 .. 0 . 0 142 8 2 Sopbonzorrs Michael Bernot William Lubinski Edward Narcavage Francis Shierant Lester Shuda Theodore Yorkiewicz Varsity Basleetball First Row, Loft tn RlK'llffJOS9Dll Carlow, Leonnrfl Mannello, Bernard Shnlonis, Marshall Mmmelln, Thomas Strike, Cnptnin. S4-voml Huw- -llnrnlnl Kline. Student lklnlmgeri Hohert Jones, Roman Duni, .llllll0S Yi-:un-r. II4-nry Kom'owiu'z, Mr. Frnnk U. Kustns, Cons-h. Third Row-AJohn P1-rsing. John Smith, lg4'l"llill"fl Blalknski, Adam XVll1l2llllS. With the passing of football season, basketball came into the spotlight to dominate the Red and White sports news. The Varsity Squad, under the coaching of Mr. Frank Kostos, prepared to engage their opponents in an eighteen-game schedule, which stretched from early December to the latter part of February. The season's record shows 10 victories and 8 defeats. RECORD 1944-1945 Dcc. 11-Mount Carmcl ..... ...... 3 9 Ashland ,, ,. , ... 28 Dec. 15-Mount Carmel ..... 24 West Mahanoy Township ..... 32 Dec. 20-Mount Carmel .,... 32 Ashland .,......,...........,......... 25 Dec. 22-Mount Carmel ,..,. 44 Shenandoah , ....... 27 Jan. 2-Mount Carmel ..... 32 Williamsport ,,.,,....,.,...,..... 41 jan. 5-Mount Carmel .,,., .. 41 Shamokin St. Edwards i.,... 48 9-Ian. 9-Mount Carmel ..4.. ., 31 Kulpmont ,.,.......,,..,...... 29 iijan. 12--Mount Carmel ..... 19 Conyngham .. 18 flan. 16-Mount Carmel ..... 29 Shamokin ....,...........,,.... .. 43 iljan. 19-Mount Carmel ..., ..., 3 S Coal Township .,......,... ..., .... 3 6 ljan. 23-Mount Carmel .,.. S0 Mount Carmel Township ,..,... 18 Wjan. 26-Mount Carmel ..... 29 Kulpmont .,.....,.,............,,.... 34 Feb. 2-Mount Carmel 4,,., 46 Shamokin St. Edwards ...., 22 'lFeb. 7-Mount Carmel . 39 Conyngham ,. ,. .. 37 Feb. 9-Mount Carmel ,,... 56 Shenandoah ......, 24 7lFcb. 13-Mount Carmel . 21 Shamokin ,,.,. . S3 iilicb. 16-Mount Carmel ..... 41 Coal Township ..............,.. 52 7iFeb. 20-Mount Carmel .......,...,..,......,. .. 38 Mount Carmel Township .... .....,.... 1 7 Total Points for Mount Carmel ...,,. ...,.. .,.. ......,, ...,...,.,....,........,...., . 6 4 6 Total Points Against Mount Carmel ,. .........................,..... .. 584 Won 105 Lost 8 "' Keystone League Games. 2 ef 453459. w ff- "" K ' lp' ""i- A K is 60 V..-, :fe 3 l .BR Mtllibv 53,5 . 3, C, N W., I R unior Varsit Basleetball lfirst llow, la-ft to Right William Ilowenstim-, .Iaek Iiocleers. II1-nry Narilsm-wit-zs .lost-ph Nlnzur. t'Iu:1rln-s Slotter. Ima-lt. Set-oml Iinw Mr, 'I'Iieo:Iore Amlrillt-x'ieli. t'oaeIi: Ifrzim-is Shieraint. Ia-stu-r Shutlu, XII--Inn-I IM-rnot. 151-rultl Smith. I.s-onnrml NX 'isnivwsIii,Ilnymoml Slnuptnr. The junior Varsity aspirants began their practice sessions at the same time as the Varsity Squad, but under a different coach. The purpose of the J. V. is to encourage younger boys to become interested in the sport, and to learn the fundamentals of basket- ball. This training is especially valuable for varsity berths in the future. Dec. Dec Dee Dec. .Ian Al .1 n . QI II n Qlan. Ian. l'elw. " Ifeb. ' Ifelw 'l'eb ll' Ifeb 'jan. '.Ian. jan. R ICCOR D I 944-1945 I I-Mount Carmel 23 Ashland . .. .. I3 IS-Mount Carmel 39 Vfest Mahanoy Township , 37 20fMount Carmel . 35 Ashland ,, ., .. 2 I 22-Mount Carmel 30 Junior Class ,. .. ,. ,. I7 SfMount Carmel 3I Shamokin St, lidwards . I9 9-Mount Carmel .. Z2 Kulpmont . , .. ., ZR I2-Mount Carmel . 22 Conyngham , ,. 27 I 6-Mou nt Carmel .. 25 Shamokin , .. , 30 I9+Mount Carmel . . I9 Coal Township ,. ., ., 28 23-Mount Carmel . 22 Mount Carmel Township , I2 26-Mount Carmel . 37 Kulpmont .. . .. .. ., , I9 29+Mount Carmel 40 Junior Class . ., .. . . . 20 2-Mount Carmel 47 Shamokin St. lfdwards , 32 7-Mount Carmel 29 Conyngham . . . . 37 I3-Mount Carmel 47 Shamokin 22 I6gMount Carmel 27 Coal Township . ,. ,. .. 33 20+Mount Carmel 36 Mount Carmel Township I0 Total Points for Mount Carmel . S31 Total Points Against Mount Carmel .. , , 4I-I W'on I Ig Lost 6 " Keystone League Games. 61 WI , .. .S v ?afr-B' f 1 Q9 'J 5' la r 'Girls' Intramural Basleetlnall lfirst llow, Ln-fl to I!igl1tff.is-:in Fisher. Elizailu-th Juoslis. Captain of Ilnmnuillaihi 14-ann: Luis SN-llfux, lhunmm Ilulko. Se-1-mul How Him Vulmnski, Munir-ai Ilininmul. 'Flie-reszi Olslu-fski, Marin Uinkaijln, Ilita Mirriri-hi. 'l'hir4I limi" Doris iialln-nl. Gloria Smlusky. Time Iii-1-in-rs: Miss Irons- Kornalski, Assistaiiit Ilirv-'tri-ss nl' Imra- murul QIRIIIIUNQ Lori-tial Iliillllllilll, Sylvia Sitlw, 'l'4-uni Mxnmgc-rg Miriam Snnlusky, Iiillillt' Marqin-tts-, Svori Km-1-pi-rs. Girls' Intramural Basketball was organized to provide a school sport for the girls and teach them the importance of team co-operation. The games were played after school and the winning team was awarded medals. Members of the teams participating in the finals are pictured above. TEAMS PARTICIPATING T .'iifff.i Capfaim Hep Cats . Lorraine White Bombettes ,. , Lucy Schultz Powers Kids ..... ..... E velyn Yanick Sea Jockeys .... ...,....., M ary Lord Immaculata ., , ..,,. ..... .,.. E l izabeth Juodis Blue Belles ..,.. .... B etty Moyer, Carol I-Iecht Cyclones ,........,,......,, Barbara Jones Wolverines .... .,.. J acqueline Marquette Starlings ..., ......,.,..,.,.. R uth Sauer Carmelettes ..,,...,...........,.........,,........,........... ,..,. H enrietta Heiser SYLVIA SITKO, Team Manager PLAY-OFF GAME Immaculata .... 21 Wolverines ., 9 2. 4' v gf EQIP? X 5 1' 6 A pf . I Q19 vw 62 Vg: W 9 V, -ga X K 1' . l I . - If f:,. 4. Trac 2 1-'rout How. Ls-ft to Itiglit-Warren I'lo1vpert. Ignatius Zylowski. Thonms llnningv, Ilnrohl Kline, John Wojm-ik, Vim-ent tiuurml, Norbert Ososki. Anthony Lnzznro, Student AIIll1llI14'l", S4-oonil llow--.lohn 1':11riek. 'John XVil1i1lnis, 'David Si-iw-liiinno. 'John Lntslinw. "John Ilush. "XVi11i:1ni XVhi1v. 'llvorgre Mollrey, 'David Gihhoney, 'Albert VlSil1l'illl1l1l', John Costello, 'Fred Williams, 3Tll0lllilN Shuptanr. 'l'hir11 Row Mr, Ge-rnhl Breslin. Coneli: Admin Williams, Iinnmn Dnnl. lit-nrp:e Tenfi-1. Imster Shunln, Rohr-rt Mvhoxroll. Min-lmel Krevitskiv, B1-rnzlrd Czoponis, John Llnles, .lohn KN-vitskiu. John 1'0rsim.:. lfhlwnrd Nnrvzxwigo, lim-ori:v Znh-skie, John Aslnnis, Iiohort Mvfnnn. Mr. G11-nn Mengvs, Athlvtim- lbirc-1-tor. 'Imlim-:iii-s ihoso who linvo ontora-11 si-nw lmrniivli of the Ynitr-11 States Al'lll01l Form-Ps. The annual track season gets underway in late April and continues through May. This sport, dating back to ancient times, is open to all high school boys who wish to excel in physical co-ordination, speed, and endurance. Because of the war, a full schedule was impossible, but Mount Carmel High participated in the Penn Relays, a Triangular Meet, the P. I, A. A. District 4 Meet, and the P. I. A. A. State Finals at Penn State. LETTERMEN Seniors George Teufel Adam Williams Thomas Cole Robert Kramer juniors john Patrick Warren Ploppert Robert McCann April 15, 1944 ...... April 22, 1944 ,. April 29, 1944 May 6, 1944 May zo, 1944 May 27, 1944 Sopbo mores Michael Bernot Edward Narcavage RECORD .. .,.,..,.. .. ...... ........ N ovice Meet Won by Seniors Inter-Class Meet Won by Seniors .. , Penn Relays, Philadelphia Mount Carmel, Second fMile Relaysj ., Triangular Mcct, Home Mount Carmel, Second Place, S7 Points P. I. A. A. District 4 Meet, Williamsport Mount Carmel, Second Place, 75 Points P. I. A. A. State Finals, Penn State Mount Carmel, 5 Points High jump, Albert Visintainer, Tie Fourth Place Half-Mile Relay Team, Tie Third Place Mile Relay Teams, Fifth Place ?A5" 1 I Magid IW' 63 QD '.. Wh . 3.-X9 fi it ross ountry eam First Row, Left to Iliirlit-Joseph Mazur, Ilerlmrt Becker. XVilli:1n1 Ulshs-fski, John Fzerwinski. l':unl Troynn. Si-vmul How Mr. Gerald Breslin, Coal-li: Ilzirulil Kline, John Aflzuns, Tlioinzns Bush, 3l2lll1lL2'l'I'2 Kny l"4-rtig, .Inlin l.lllll'S, Ili-nry Nzlrlisi-wivz, Roman Dnni. Cross-Country was conducted on an inter-class basis because of the dropping of the sport by many neighboring schools. The inter-class league was won by the Junior Class. They likewise captured the Pachuta CFOSS-COuntry trophy which is contested for each year. Thanlzsgiving Football Game .gl Q :Q L A 1. Coach Ambrose administering aid. 2. Off tackle. 3. Ancscheck catching ball and running for touchdown. 4. Coach Ambrose and Marlin Brosious 64 QUIZ KU PROGRAM AND A PLAY Mr. Breslin, Master of Ceremonies. Snplmniores-Ymler, Nelson, .ind Snulges. Miva llillnmn, Miss Sciecliitnno, judges. Mr. 4. liuleske, limekeeper. Mary Lou McCann as old maid aunt. N Seniore-Stnskiel, -I. lN1en41pnee, A. Mennpnce, I-ilse. Hedwig ns the colored maid. -IuniorsgMeDnwell .ind Smilli. Leona Knvalick and Tlmrnns Posipanku. 'UI 65 4 v gp .L P M K fr xi Glu'-' r I 'sax-Q rl f S SCHGOL AT WORK l. Miss Mayan and Mr. Bolcske. 3. Miss Howard and German Clase. S. Miss Seiechitano and French class. 7. Theresa Sciechitano and Clara Luca ngraphing machine. Es! fe.-4 KVM? H62 Q at mime- X M wg M. ., we P aV!.391 .4555 X" Q fy. , if ,L ' -il V" 1 II? X' ? Sewing class. Miss Rowe and 10-B English section. Mr. Breslin at entrance to the princip.1l's ofhee Mr. Bartos and girls' Practical Arts class. SCHQQL AT WORK Miss Olsliefski in the library. Ro.ul.lrmcl, il. NlCIlLlP.lCC, and A. Mcnnpacc in l'liysius claws. Miss Billmnn and I0-G Hietory clues. Mrs. Cecil and 10-F English class. Miss Johnson and I2-li English claws. Miss Kornnski taking roll in study lmll. Mr. liartos in I'mcricnI Arts mimi. Mr. Nelson and I2-B Typing claw. M35 7 xiii' IH I 'QGYQH I E an - i 1, -i ji A X U 'fig f x Q THANKSGIVING GAME PEP MEETING Mr. Bcicrselimitt, Superintendent, speaking. 2. Mr. Ambrose, Hand Coach, speaking. Mr. Nelson, muster of ceremonies. 4. Mr. Joseph Patrick at the microphone. Mr. I.eo Mnlarkey, main speaker for tlie occn- 6, Mr. Mcnges, ntlilctic director, giving n talk. sion. 8. Mr. Penn Kumble, editor of tlie Mount Carmel Mr. joseph Stief, band director. Ifrm, speaking. 68 BAND CDN PARADE AND DECCDRATING FOR CHRISTMAS 1. Band marching on Market Street. 3, Victory parade after the game. S. Going to the game. 7. Miriam Ruths finishing a drawing. Marching to the bus. Theresa Scicchitano and Leona Selio decorating for Christmas. Returning to the school. joseph Shupinski, showing his artistic ability. WM V AUTQGRAPHS ,gfzj !L,,,,,ZJ JA.-.IX I 0 ' I I . A l I J7Z,m,7?Lja-'nf ,EW My M A gggiggju 7 0 fjf ,,, of Ja wx, V. . EJ k fr ' A KV.. nf Q . fi, M is MAUTOGRAPHS ' K 1' ' V. WM M ZW f'5V5vf .ij MQW WWWWQM f6'WQ Wwe? W W 551 Qfg MM? ff w wwffy V ffm Wyffyffwywj M WM 1 Wi ,MNDW5 ,w5?fMV? W JCM W affw wfffffliyfyfff fx ' if T0 SUR ATRCNS 'A' The Carmelite Staff thanks all the contributors in the advertising section of this Yearbook and wishes them continued success. Black Diamorfa' Garage area' Maehirre Shqb EDWARD HELFRICK, Owner Q MOUNT CARMEL, PENNA Tires and Tubes Accessories Batteries Car Washing and Greasing Auto Parts Gas and Oil Electric and Acetylene Welding Authorized Cbryyler area' Pbfmoatb Dealer GRIT PUBLISHING co, Williamsywrzg Pa. . Printers . Engravers . Binders S. R. MOYER WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE 210 EAST FIFTH STREET TELEPHONE 54 Vallish Furniture Company . . . fine Furniture fir over 37 year! KESSLER'S . . . Leading jewelers ,Er DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY A f HEADQUARTERS for GRADUATION GIFTS 38-40 South Oak Street REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY HARTRANFT 8a RYAN Stripping and Trucking Contractors BOX 151, MOUNT CARMEL, PA. TELEPHONE 5 1 2 D. A. Kessler Construction Co., Inc. . CULM RECOVERY . ROAD CONSTRUCTION . ROAD MAINTENANCE . STRIPPING TELEPHONES: ' GRADING Residence and Office 213 - EXCAVATING, CFC- Yard 19-R . EXCAVATING a Specialty 124 East Avenue, Mount Carmel-Yard 5rd 8a Pine Sts. MlLLER'S' PIONEER CLEANERS 42-44 North Maple Street Q Quality Cleaning Since 1869 I WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT COMPLIMENTS OF , Meme! Ceerme! Brewery Inc. A Complimentx of the Compliment: qf Economy W. 'Higgins Grocery Stores Est. Edward Feifefs 73e.rt Wiylaes far el Sueeesjul Future Complete Food Market ! - JOSEPH BLEWIS Fireyione 405 West Fifth Street Home mm, Aww Suppljej Phone 1016 141 SOUTH OAK STREET PHONE 331 BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS OF '45 LOrd's MOUNT CARMEL'S MOST POPULAR SHOP FOR WOMEN Third and Oak Streets COMPLIMENTS OF Mezeeeem' Weeyyiele Deziry PHONE 479 Compliment: of AKELAITIS Photo Studios 246 SOUTH OAK STREET PHONE 1011 -.H.--i- ALBERTIN I MOTOR COMPANY 218-224 West Third St.-Phone 116 Buick. . . L Tbmfieze. . . Chevrolet Dealers in Guaranteed Quality Used Cars COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Jos. P. BRADLEY "The one and V onbf Hard Coezljoen Insurance and Real Estate ONE WEST AVENUE PHONE 321 Compliments of State Theatre Fttmotts Ltmoh Complimentf of NICK VOULELIS Proprietor Produce 35 North Oak St., Mount Carmel Telephone 9749 TELEPHONES ik 1212 Famoux for HOT DOGS 12 18 HAMBURGERS BARBECUES COFFEE Shovlin 81 Hovanes RECREATION C E N T E R 33 South Oak Street, Mount Carmel Dr. W. A. Snyder Optometrist THIRD AND OAK STREETS TELEPHONE 400 Always the newest things in Clothing Shoes and Furnishings for young men of taste P A. S1356 Som NORTH OAK STREET Inquire about our Pre-Payment Clothing Plan Compliments of REINER BROS. Building Supplies 428 SOUTH MARKET ST. PHONE 822 Compliments of Lyons, Daffy Compliments of CHARLES H. REITZ Attorney-at-Law 11 WEST THIRD STREET MOUNT CARMEL Q . Lawn emo' Garden Seeds STECKER,S . Gezrelen Tooly Bggk Stgfe o Paints, Oils, Brushes . Housewares nr: W Where Mount Carmel HARDWARE students have pur- chased school supplies 27 South Oak Street f 1 . or a generauon Fagleys Shoe Store Q Men's ef Boys' Jiflozent Cezrmeliv . Mm Clotlozem emo' Lezrgert 145-147 SOUTH OAK STREET Shoe Store MOUNT CARMEL COMPLIMENTS OF Pete's Clothes Shop PETE MEHOK WIN NE CALLAGHY fongratulatiom and Bert Wifbex to the Clem of '45 REA 8z DERICK INC. We fill all Doctors' Prescriptions Expert Truss Fitting Headquarters for Elastic Goods, Stockings and Abdominal Supporters Compliments of REED'S Milk elm! lee Cream Compliments of E. R. Bastress Co. HAVE THEM E We refuse le: ' . ' MADE TO MEASURE! fo GAMBI-P "iiZ ::? 1 with you . Smit 1 TOPCOJIJ sickness is a sufficient misfortune in mm' Ozfercmif GAETZ The Tailor 44 West Fourth St. Qnear Maplej 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. Standard Drug Store Compliments of GETRICHS Light Lunch 'S lf L N- .-7 Third 8: Maple Sts. COMPLIMENTS OF W C. Hack 6 Som Best Wishes for the Class of '45 Yuonmmefv Plumbing 18 West Fifth Street . . . Phone 141 NORTH'S JEWELRY STORE "A good place to buy cl watch" 108 SOUTH OAK STREET T MoUN'r CARMEL A. Rookofllor Co. Electrical Contractors 'k 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET Telephone 190 COMPLIMEN TS OF THE effotloraciie Fire Company 1 Compliment: of The Sheriff Compliments of Robert Gibson County Controller P Compliments of A Friend Compliments of JAMES W. JONES Compliments of W.- H. YODER JOHN'S AUTO PARTS 139 North Oak St. MOTOR REBUILDING Our Specialty Telephone 808 Compliments of New York Shoe Shine ' and Hat Cleaning Parlor Compliments of JOSEPH PATRICK Compliments of DONDERO ESTATE Compliments of HELEN B. LYONS General Insurance Guarantee Trust Building MARWINE BEAUTY SHOPPE 47 West Fourth Street Phone 210 Compliments of VARANO WAREHOUSE GIANT CLEANERS AND DYERS 20 West Fifth Street Mount Carmel Compliments of VICTORIA THEATER MILLER BROS. SHOE STORE SHOES For the Entire Family 22 South Oak Street Mount Carmel Compliments of . GUINAN AND COMPANY MOUNT CARMEL - MAHANOY CITY SHAMOKIN Compliments of NESBITT'S CUT RATE STORE Mount Carmel's Original and Only Cut Rate Fourth and Oak Streets Compliments of LESTER R. WEHRY I Insurance and Real Estate 35 East Third Street Mount Carmel "Always the Best" LOUIS GROSSMAN SONS J. REED HARKNESS Accountant and Auditor Woolworth Building Phone 871 Compliments of LANGIS CANDY SHOP Oak and Third Sts. Ghz Gift ghnp George D. Miller, Prop. Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of '45 Cardj, POPULAR FINANCE CO., Inc. Gifts For All Occasions Guarantee Trust Co. Bldg. Mdgazincgf Third and Oak Streets S. A. REIMERT, Manager 15 VVest Third Street phone 1 144 Compliments of THE ROYAL CAFE CONNIE SHOVLIN Proprietor Fifth and Oak Streets Compliments of LOUISE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 35 East Fifth Street I Mount Carmel Telephones 1036-R and 201-R Compliments of MOUNT CARMEL LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of H. C. HUMMEL I VVELDING-WHEEL LINING KEYS DUPLICATED ll North Apple Street Phone 17-R VICTORIA STUDIOS Portrait St Wedding Photographers SELECTION OF PROOFS SHOWN I Compliments of CRYSTAL BEVERAGE 8: 16 North Oak Street PEPSI COLA BOTTLING WORKS Phone 624 Compliments of BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street Mount Carmel GEO. F. LANUSKEY Tailor-Clothier French Dry Cleaner 234-238 South Oak Street Phone 129 Main Office Mount Carmel-Phone 232 Green Ridge-Phone 85 BRIDY MOTORS R. P. Bridy, Prop. STANDARD ESSO DISTRIBUTORS G. M. C. TRUCKS OLDSMOBILE and CADILLAC Compliments of POTTS BROTHERS Sales and Service KRAMER BROS. I Compliments of f BCUC1' BEVERAGE DOROTHY CONNAGHAN S 129 NORTH WALNUT STREET Phone 560 PARRY'S Meats, Poultry and Groceries 123 NORTH OAK STREET Phone 5 LYONS' LAUNDRY Home Owned V and H ome Operated Phone 2 1 -M Compliments of In Honor ofthe ' Gold Star M other: Donorl-IY F. HowENs1lNE t Music Studios AMERICAN LEGION Auxn.lARY WOOLWORTH BUILDING Unit NO- 9 Mount Carmel of Harry Geist Post No. 91 Mount Carmel SCHELL'S FLOWER SHOP 208 South Oak Street Phone 5 64 C ormges Our Specialty FLOWERS SENT BY TELEGRAPH ANYWHERE "Say I t With Flotwersn MILlER'S FLORIST Mount Carmel-Phone 1061 Kulpmont-Phone 3453 Compliments of JAMES A. MORRIS Compliments of FEDERAL STORE ' TOM CUFF GULF SERVICE STATION F ircxtone Tires Avenue and Oak Street Phone 828 Compliments of ANN'S DRESS SHOP 210 South Oak Street Phone 1 170 Compliments of DINGER SHOE STORE Headquarters for BOSTONIAN SHOES for Men ENNA-JETTICK SHOES for Women Compliments of the HAT BOX Kathryn Veith Ask For STAR LANE HOSIERY CH ET'S COFFEE SHOP VVe Specialize in Hamburgers WEST THIRD STREET Mount Carmel Compliments of GEORGE W. SCOTT Compliments of MOUNT CARMEL ITEM Compliments of ELENA BEAUTY SHOPPE l6 South Oak Street Phone 678-R Compliments of MARlO'S CAFE Spaghetti and Meatballs Sandwiches ,. , M. ,.,.. ,..,V, , . , Y-. . -7- - - --'- - -91-W r--A A My- -I ,f , 1-gg' 1-1 , ---v 5: " V' 7' W" "1" .,. .4 ' uf , . ran..


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