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

 - Class of 1948

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We shall ever hold dear the ideals of our Alma Mater. In the years to come, we shall have this book as a reminiscence of the springtime of life. - Girl ' S Entrance Uonfarz fi BOOK I BOOK II BOOK III BOOK IV BOOK V BOOK VI Boys, E Ut:-ance ADMINISTRATION . . . ...... SENIOR CLASS . . .UNDERCLASSES . . . . .ACTIVITIES ............SPORTS ,HUADVERTISING MRS. IRENE K.KUL1cK Mn. FRANK S. Bmzros Eaczficafion WE, THE CLASS of nineteen hundred forty-eight, wish to express our respect, affection, and appreciation in return for cooperation, guidance, and unfailing devotiong and dedicate this issue of the CARMELITE to Mrs. Irene K. Kulick, and Mr. Frank S. Bartos, class advisers. G. A. Beierschmitt, Supt. Mrs. I. K. Kulick and Class Mr. F. S. Bartos and Class Sf--- V. W. MCI-Iail, Principal w Gqjmimiaffzafiofz Mn. GERALD A. Baliznscx-nv11r'r Superintendent of Schools A.B. College of the Holy Cross A.M. Bucknell University To the members of the Board of Education, we, the clss of 1948, are truly thank- ful. You have enabled us to have many more opportunities and advantages in our school life, than many schools can boast of. Our gratitude is so heart-felt it cannot be aptly expressed in words, but with all sincerity we say: Thank You. Bowan! of fcfuaafion OFFICERS President ..... ..,.............. ...... M R . JOSEPH PATRICK Vice-President .. . ............. ..... M R. ADOLPI-I GUZEVICH Secretary .... ..... M R. MICHAEL PACHUTA Treasurer . .......... MR. JESS SINGLEY Solicitor .................................. MR. CHARLES H. REITZ A 'II 'Mia Q Seated, Left to Right-Mr. jess Singley, Mr. Michael Pachuta, Mr. Joseph Patrick, Mr. Adolph Guzevich. Standing-Mr. Charles H. Reitz, Solicitorg Mr. john Olshefski, Mr. Frank Kaminski, Mr. J. Walter Penman, Mr. Gerald A. Beierschmitt, Superintendent of Schools. acu ff MR. VINCENT W. MCI-IAIL Principal of the Senior High School A.M. Bucknell University Teacher of Mathematics Adviser of the Carmelite Weekly Adviser of the Chess Club Remembering with unlimited appreciation, their untiring effort, patience and wise counsel, the members of this senior class wish to express their deep and heart felt grati- tude to the members of the faculty. First Row, Left lo Right-Frank S. Bartos, Kathryn E. Billman, Acla D. Balmer, Elizabeth Howard, Mary R. Mayan, Teresa M. Paserslcy, Nellie E. Johnson, Ramona. S. Cecil, Joseph W. Kozlowski. Serena' Row--Timothy E. Barnes, Regina G. Shovlin, Catherine M. Scicchitano, Edna G. Olshefslci, Helen A. Carroll, Marie G. McCarthy, Irene A. K. Kuliclc, Edna M. Rowe. Third Row-Walter S. Chesney, joseph Paslcevich, Gerald R. Breslin, Charles A. Boleslce, Glenn F. Menges, Vincent W. McHail, Principal. MISS ADA D. BAHNER ENGISH A.B. Beaver College Member of the Scholarship Com mittee Literary Adviser of the Spotlight Adviser of the Quill and Scroll Adviser of the Bridge Club MISS KATHRYN E. BILLMAN MATTIEMAHCS A.B. Albright: College Head of the Mathematics Department Member of the Scholarship Commit- tee and the Social Committee Directress of Clubs Adviser of the Pincohle Club MISS HELEN A. CARROLL COMMERCIAL Susjecrs BS. Bloomsburg State Teachers Col- ege Production Adviser of the I X L and the Spotlight Ditectress of the sale of Stamps and Govemment Bonds Co-Adviser of the Dancing Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1949 MR. TIMOTHY E. BARNES CHEMISTRY A.B. Susquehanna University M.Ecl. Pennsylvania State College Member of the Scholarship Com- mittee Adviser of the Trafhc Patrol Adviser of the Chemistry Club and the Photography Club MR, CHARLES A. BOLESKE PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY AND HISTORY A.B. Harvard University A.M. Columbia University Assistant Principal of the Senior High School Member of the Scholarship Com- mittee Guidance Counselor of Senior Boys MRS. RAMONA S. CECIL ENGLISH AND SPANISH A.B. College of New Rochelle Member of the Scholarship Com- mittee Co-Adviser of the Dramatic Club Co-Adviser of the Masque and Gavel Guidance Counselor of Senior Girls is 'g CLC MR. FRANK S. BARTOS GENERAL SHOP WORK, MECHANICAL DRAWING AND MA'I'HEMA'rIcs SURVEY B.S. Bucknell University Head of Industrial Arts Adviser of the Cog Co-Adviser of the Class of 1948 l MR. GERALD R. BRESLIN HISTORY AND BIOLOGY A.B. Bucknell University A.M. Bucknell University Coach of Cross-Country, Traclc, and J. V. Football Member of the Scholarship Commit- tee Co-Adviser of the Biology Club Guidance Counselor of Junior Bovs MR. WALTER S. CHESNEY COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS B.S. Bloomsburg State Teachers Col- lege A.M. New York University Head of the Commercial Department Member of the Scholarship Commit- tee Adviser of the Student Council uffy MRS. IRENE KORNASKI KULICK COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Assistant Directress of Girls' Intra- Mural Sports Member of the Social Committee Co-Adviser of the Concession-Stand Girls Co-Adviser of the Dancing Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1948 MISS MARY R. MAYAN GIRLS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH B. S. Temple University Head of the Physical Education De- partment Directress of Girls' Intra-Mural Sports Member of the Social Committee Instructress of Girls in Safety Driver Education Adviser of Cheerleaders Guidance Counselor of Junior Girls MR. JOSEPH A. PASKEVICH Boys' PHYSICAL EDucATioN AND HEALTH B. S. Fordham University Assistant Coach of Football Adviser of the Hunting and Fishing Club Instructor of Boys in Safety Driver Education Co-Adviser of the Class of 1949 MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON ENGLISH A. B. Bucknell University Head of the English Department Literary Adviser of the IXL Member of the Scholarship Com- mittee Adviser of the Literary Club MISS MARIE G. McCARTHY BIOLOGY A. B. Boston University Treasurer of the Activities Fund of the Senior High School Head of the Science Department Member of the Social Committee Co-Adviser of the Biology Club MISS EDNA OLSHEFSKI LATIN A. B. Susquehanna University Librarian Adviser of the Library Club l l MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY AND GERMAN Ph. B. Dickinson College Head of the Social Studies Depart- ment Chairman of the Scholarship Com- mittee and the Flower Committee Chairman of Assemblies Adviser of the National Honor Society Adviser of the Girls' Hiking Club l MR. JOSEPH KOZLOWSKI Pnysics AND ALGEBRA B. S. in Ed. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Adviser of Physics Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1950 MR. GLENN F. MENGES AvrA11oN, SHoP MATTIEMATICS AND HISTORY B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers Col- lege Faculty Director of Athletics Coach of Varsity Basketball Adviser of Letter-Men's Club Guidance Counselor of Sophomore Boys Adviser Boys' Rifle Club MISS EDNA M. ROWE ENGLISH A. B. Susquehanna University Nlember of the Scholarship Com- mittee Adviser of the Yearbook MISS TERESA M. PASERSKY VOCAL Music B. M. in Music Education, Imma: culata Collage Music Supervisor Directress of Girls' Glee Club Directress of Boys' Glee Club MISS LGRETTA ROVITO A. B. Immaculata College A ,-J .., ,.,,.. MISS CATHERINE M. SCICCHITANO FRENCH AND HISTORY A. B. Immaculata College A. M. Pennsylvania State College Head of the Foreign Language De- partment Co-Adviser of the Concession-Stand Girls Chairman of the Social Committee and Member of the Scholarship Committee Co'Adviser of the Dramatic Club Co-Adviser of the Masque and Gavel Guidance Counselor of Sophomore Girls s 4. he uf i. MR. JOSEPH J. STIEF INSTRUMENTAL Music Comb's Conservatory of Music Philadelphia Musical Academy Director of the Band ' MISS ELEANOR BODNER Principal's Secretary Clddffy QS' -V -P' 'al . 1. MISS REGINA G. SHOVLIN Home Economics AND HISTORY B. S. Home Economics, Immaculata College Co-Adviser of the Concession-Stand Girls Adviser of the Social Etiquette Club Member of Social Committee Co-Adviser of the Class of 1950 lc f i 4 MRS. DOROTHY K. BOLESKE A. B. Wilson College MR. FRANK MOSCZYNSKI School Police Oflicer s Physics Experiment Senior English Class Senior Physics Class , Mechanical Drawing Class l 3 4592501 Cjfa 5,1 Lofficafw W. BRASSINGTON R. EVERT J. I-IAMERNIK A. MILUNAS President Secretary Vice-President Treasurer CLASS ADVISERS Mn. FRANK S. BARTos Mas. IRENE K. KULICK THE SENIOR CLASS Class Motto .... .... ' 'Forward everg backward never" Class Colors . ............... Red and Silver Class Flower ..... American Beauty Rose DOLORES M. ANANIA Do Vocational Home Economics Extensive wardrobe . . . Latin type . . . vigorous cheerer . . . unusual coiffures. Bonnie Caclette 1, 2, 35 Spotlight Reporter 15 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Photog- raphy Club 3, VIRGINIA A. ANDRZEJ ESK1 Virgy General Effervescent . . . hearty laugh . . . compatible . . . loquacious. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Library Club 35 Social Eti- quette Club 2, 3. MARIE L. ANGELI Angie General Lovely, natural tresses . . . consist- ent . . . amicable . . . comely. IXL Artist 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 3. FLORENCE A. M. ANUZIS Flo.. General Nightingale . . . dreamy . . . flirta- tiaus . . . peppy. Spotlight Reporter 35 Girls' Basket- ball 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club Z, 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Photo- graphy 2, 35 Masque and Gavel 3. Cifaas. 7Q4S I5 CLOYD E. ARTMAN Shorty General Ping-pong champ . . . direct . . seldom heard . . . carefree. Band 15 J.V. Football Team 15 Boys' Glee Club 25 Biology Club 15 Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 25 Chemistry Club 25 Rifle Club 35 Boys' .Hiking Club 2. PEGGY ANN ASTON Peg Academic Coquettish . . . vivacious . . .joyful . . . cute. Cheer Leader 2, 35 Spotlight Re- porter 1, 25 Yearbook Sales Commit- tee 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 35 Pinochle Club Z5 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Chem- istry Club 15 Speaking Chorus 2. WILLIAM R. BAXTER Bill General Rip Van Winlzle . . . submissive . . quiet . . . nonchalant. LORRAINE L. BECKER Lorraine Academic Poised . . . sincere . . . laughing eyes . . . charming. Spotlight Reporter 1, 2, 35 IXL Re- porter 2, 35 Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 35 Yearbook Literary Sraif 35 Stu- dent Council 15 Class Play 25 Class Secretary 15 National Honor Society 2, 35 Girls' basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 35 Bridge Club Z5 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Physics Club 35 Speaking Chorus 25 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN BENCZKOWSKI John 1 i Generali Misogynist . . . football star . . . well liked . . . modest. Varsity Football Squad Z, 35 Varsity Football Team 2, 35 J.V. Football Squad 15 J.V. Football Team 15 J.V. Basketball Team 15 Track 35 Class Play 25 Dramatic Club 25 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. WILLIAM BERKHEISER Berky General Unusual gait . . . sportsman . . . good natured . . . eye for fun. Pinochle Club Z5 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. L. LORRAINE BERZINSKI Lorry General Winsome . . . elfin like . . . loyal . . . lustrous dark lorks. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Photography Club 3. PAUL BILLMAN Pablo General Prankstzr . . . musical . . . generous . . . true pal. Bancl 1, 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Pinochle Club Z5 Physics Club '3. WILLIAM C. BILLMAN Bill General Always kidding . . . likeable . . . Drum Major . . . charitable. Track l, 25 Boys' Glee Club Z5 Pinochle Club Z5 Physics Club 35 Drum Major 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3 l JOSEPH H. BLASS foe General Quick with answers . . . witty . . . "silence is golden" . . . constant. Band 1, 2, 3. RITA M. BODNAR Rita General Talkative . . . energetic . . . good natured . . . always interested. Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 35 Spotlight Reporter 1, Z, 3g IXL Reporter l, 2, 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 2: Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Photography Club 35 Sports Appreciation Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3. PAUL E. BOGART Baggie General Artistically inclined . . . future jockey . . . larkadaisical . . . a pal J.V. Football Squad 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Rifle Club 3. LORRAINE C. BOLICK Baliclc General Ready smile . . . rhythm plus . . . peppy cheerleader . . . animated. Cheer Leader 2, 35 Yearbook Typist 35 Class Play Z5 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Dramatic Club 35 Dancing Club 2, 3. JOSEPH B. BORIS . ,loc General Lithe . . . tall blond . . . easy going . . . corridor casanova. Varsity Football Squad 1, 25 Varsity Football Team 1, 25 J.V. Basketball Team '15 Cross-Country 15 Track 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Photography Club 35 Rifle Club 35 Student Council 35 Boys' Glee Club 2: Letter Men's Club 2, 3. WESLEY R. BRASSINGTON ' Wes Academic Class "Van Johnson" . . . popular. .. Nordic type . . . football captain. Varsity Football Squad 1, 2, 35 Varsity Football Team 2, 35 J.V. Foot- ball Squad lg j.V. Football Team lg Varsity Basketball Team 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Traflic Patrol 35 Student Council 1, 25 Class Play Z5 Class President 2, 3g Boys' Glee Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club Z, 35 Photography Club 35 Rifle Club 35 National Honor Society 3. MICHAEL M. BRESKIEWTCZ Mike General "Bud Abbot" . . . quick witted . . . happy go lucky . . . live wire Traffic Patrol 3g Class Play 25 Boys' Glee Club Z5 Dramatic Club 35 Chem- istry Club 25 Physics Club 3. HELEN V. BRIDY Helen General Reticent . . . tranquil . . . steadfast . . . fidelity to work and friends. Carrnelite Weekly Typist 25 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Yearbook Typist' 35 Girls' Basketballx Z, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 'Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club Ig Chemistry Club 25 Photog- raphy Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 3. ' TERESA M. BROSH Terry Commercial Ladylilze . . . affable . . . true . . . composed. . IXL Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. MARY J. BUTKEWICZ Marush Commercial Efficient . . . honest . . . well liked . . . sports appreciator. Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 33 Biology Club 15 Photography Club 35 Sports Appreciation Club 2. MARIE R. BUTTS Brtttsy . General Staunch advocate of chewing gum . . . loyal . . . ,rriariy sided , . , delwnnaire. Cheer Leader 2, 35 Spotlight Re- porter l, 35 Class Plays 25 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Sports Appreciation Club 2. M. JACQUELINE CECIL jackson General Sunny disposition . . . pretty . . . active . . . talented ballerina. Cheer Leader 2, 33 Spotlight Editor 3g Spotlight Reporter 2, 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 3g Yearbook Sales Committee lg Student Council 13 Class Play 23 National Honor Society Z, 35 Girls' Basketball 29 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 35 Dramatic Club 33 Literary Club 35 Biology Club lg Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN CHABALA C hob General Tall . . . steady worker . . . serious . . . to the paint. J.V. Football Squad lg Track lg Traffic Patrol 3g Class Play Zg Boys' Glee Club 2g Pinochle Club 29 Dramatic Club 3. HELEN CHABALA Chic , General Dreamy eyed . . . congenial . . . good sport . . . cheerful. ' Carmelite Typist 33 Girls' Basketball Z, 3g Girls' Glee Club lg Sports Ap- preciation Z. JEAN E. CHANGO Poopsie General ,Iocund . . . magnanimous . . . a friend indeed . . . quick tempered Carmelite Reporter 1, 25 Spotlight Reporter 3g IXL Reporter 1, 29 Girls' Basketball Z, 33 Captain 33 Literary Club 3g Library Club 3g Social Eti- quette Club 3. ANNA CHEDDAR Ann Commercial Likeable . . . impish smile . . . hails from Centralia . . . willing worker. Dramatic Club.3g Literary Club 3g Social Etiquette Club 3g Photography Club 3. JOHN E. CHYLA Hilly General Fair skinned . . . girl shy . , . mis- chievous . . . indifferent. Boys' Glee Club 23 Pinochle Club 2' Dramatic Club 3. HELENE C. CIOKAJLO Chick Commercial All round sport . . . good carriage . . . attractive . . . supplies home- work. Spotlight., IXI,and Yearbook Typist 3g Class Play 2g National Honor Society 2, 33 Girls' Basketbaall 1, Z, 33 Girls' Hiking Club 39 Literary Club 39 Dancing Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3. JEROME C. COHEN jerry Academic Infectious laugh . . . infectious ges- tures . . . infectious . . .Miss John- son's Pest. Band 1, 2, 3g Cross-Country Z3 Track 1, Z, 3g Class Play Z5 Boys' Glee Club Zg Dramatic Club 39 Chess Club 2g Chemistry Club 2g Physics Club 3. JOSEPH F. COSTELLO Jersey General Witty . . . Physics whiz . . . friendly . . . versatile. Varsity Basketball Team 25 J.V. Bas- ketball Team lg Physics Club 3. THOMAS P. COUSIN Muttsy General Casanova . . . personality plus . . . Wayfarer . . . neat dresser. Football Manager 1, 2, 3g Pinochle Club 3g Dramatic Club 3. MARGARET M. CUFF Margie General Conscientious . . . amiable . . . hair diddler . . . original. Literary Club 33 Library Club 2, 3. PAUL DALLE LUCI-IE Delucci General Strong, silent type . . . sportsman . . . Plenty of gray matter . . . painstaking. Varsity Football Squad 25 Varsity Basketball Team 2, 33 J,V. Basker- ball Team lg Chess Club 2g Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 3. RICHARD J. DeCONCINI Decon General Argumentative . . . penetrating voice . . . unquenchalzle . . . omniscient. V RAYMOND A. DeGAETANO Ray General Companionable . . . determined . . . engaging personality . . . polite. J.V. Football Squad'2g J.V. Football Team 25 Track Z, 35 Traffic Patrol 3: Pinochle Club 3g Chemistry Club 2g National Honor Society 35 The Q Cog 3. RALPH DOBSON Ralph General Not flustered by femmes . . . cour- teous . . . study shy . . . quiescent N ORBERT DOMBROSKI N orlrie General Seldom seen after school . . . mys- terious. JOHN J. DULKO Hoohsy General Sedate . . . suave . . . harbored intelligence . . . interesting. Physics Club 3. GLENN W. EDWARDS Gus General Placid . . . hunter . . . jocose . . . rubicund. Band 13 Varsity Football Squad 2g Pinochle Club 2. PETE EREMICH Pete General Avid reader . . . tallster . . . good sport . . . races with buzzer. RAY E. EVERT Chief Academic Sense of humor . . . future physicist . . . gift of gab . . . "Lou Costello." Band 1, 2, 35 Drum Major Z, 33 Spotlight Reporter 35 IXL Reporter 3g Traffic Patrol 35 Class Play 29 Class Secretary 35 Boys' Glee Club 29 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 1, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club Z3 Chemistry Club 23 Physics Club 33 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 3g Quill and Scroll 3. WILBERT EVERT Deutch General Athletic . . . quiet . . . vivid blue eyes . . , mannerly. Varsity Football Squad 23 1.V. Foot- ball Squad 1. LYLIA M. FERENCE Lylia General Dancing eyes . . . contagious giggle . . . deep voice . . . fire cracker. Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 2, 3g Girls' Hiking Club 3g Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 3g Dramatic Club 35 Dancing Club 3. BRIAN F ETTERMAN Flit General Loyal rooter . . . talented orator . . . typical high school boy , . . perpetual tease. Yearbook Sales Committee 33 Traic Patrol 35 Class Play Zg The Cog 1, 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 35 Pinochle Club 25 Dramatic Club 1, 39 Chess Club 33 Speaking Chorus 2. WILLIAM H. FRANCIS Reverend General Quiet . . . commendable poet . . . interested in theology . . . day dreamer Band 1, Z3 Student Council Z3 Boys Glee Club 25 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. CARRIE M. FRASCH Carrots Vocational Home Economics Talented yodeler - . . courageous . . . flashing black eyes . . . eager Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Social Etiquette Club 2, 33 Class Play 2. MARY GALINIS Mary General Faithful . . . everybody? pal . . cornplaifant . . . likes baseball. Girls' Basketball 33 Girls' Hiking Club 3j Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Sports Appreciation 2. DOLORES M. GIRARDINI Dolly Academic Witty . . . pearly teeth . . insti- gator . . . chic dresser. Spotlight Reporter 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 33 Yearbook Sales Com- mittee 13 National Honor Society 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 2, 33 Captain 33 Girls' Glee Club 33 Bridge Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Physics 33 Masque and Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3. CAROLYN E. GRECO Candy General nassuming . . . roy . . . affalrle . . discreet. irls' Hiking Club 2, 3. HAROLD L. GREEN Greenie General Good :part . , . lilushes easily . . . fur' fiend . . . platinum blond. Cross-Country 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. RAMONA M. GREGOR Mona General Melodious voice . . . alert . . . basketball player . . . big dimple. Spotlight Reporter 33 Class Play Z3 Girls' Basketball 2, '33 Girls' Hiking Club 3g Girls' Glee Club Z, 3g Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Sports Appreciation 2. JOHN GRISCAVAGE Battler General Idler . . . indifferent . . one of the gang . . . pugnacious. JEAN S. HALEMAN Jeanie General Prankster . . . friend of everyone . . . good-natured . . . munificient. Social Etiquette Club 2, Photography Club 3. JOHN HAMERNIK Flick Academic "Our friend Flicker" . . . plrotogenic . . , rugged . . . stimulating. Varsity Football Squad 25 Varsity Football Team 35 J.V. Football Team 1: J.V. Basketball Team 15 Track 25 Trafiic Patrol 35 Class Play 25 Class Vice-President 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Dancing Club Z5 Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Photography Club 35 Rifle Club 3. CORA E. HARBOLD Corrie Vocational Home Economics Dependable . . . always a helping hand . . . radio-listener . . . demure. Library Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club Z. MARIE E. HARRY Mimi ' General Arduous worker . . . domineering . . . impetuous . . . fet black hair. Cheer Leader 2, 35 Carmelite Weekly Editor 35 Carmelite Weekly Reporter Z, 35 IXL Editor 35 IXL Reporter 2. 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 35 Chemistry Club 25 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 3. PATRICIA A. HARTZELL Pat Academic Natural beauty . . . true friend . . . reserved . . . vast wardrobe. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 35 Year- book Advertising Stalf 35 Student Council 1, 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 25 Captain 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. I EDITH E. HINKEL Edith Commercial Iocose . . . energetic . . . natural blonde . . . good sport. Carmelile Weekly Reporter Z, 35 Spotlight Reporter 15 Yearbook Typist 35 Student Council 25 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club Z, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Pohotgraphy Club 3. LILLIAN A. HOLUBOWICZ Lilly General Fascinating gait . . . out of school interests . . . dictionary worm . . . whimsical. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Library Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Masque and Gavel 2 IREN E HORSFIELD Muzzy General Happy-go-lucky . . . natural locks . . . sprigbtly . . . tidy. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Girls' Basketball Z, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Photography Club 3. JOHN J. HOWAL Howl: General Finds school a bore . . . prefers blondes . . . outdoor complexion . . . classroom slumberer. Class President I5 Dramatic Club 25 Dancing Club 3. EVELYN HOWER Evie General Indijferent . . . easy going . . . excitable . . . pretty eyes. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Captain 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. LORRAINE M. HUMMEL Booby General Beautiful locks . . . placid . . . at- tentive . . , companionalrle. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club Z, 3. MARIE HUTNICK Mimi General Capable . . . diligent . . . domestic- ally inclined . . . baby sitter. CLEMENT J. JENGELESKI jingle: General All round :portsman . . . 'venture- some . . . wagerer . . . night life adclict. Varsity Football Squad 1, 25 Varsity Football Team 1, Z5 Pinochle Club 25 Letter Men's Club 1, Z, 3. RITA A. JUREWICZ Rita General Cute . . . cooperation . . . giggler . . . excellent posture. Cheer Leacler 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 Class Play 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Social Etiquette 2. JOHN K. KARLOCK Ken General Suave . . . unconcemed . . . com- muter . . . punctual. Track 1, 25 Letter Men's Club 35 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Rifle Club 3. KENNETH R. KERSTETTER Ken Academic Musician . . . extensive wardrobe . . . high-strung . . . future M.D. Band 1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter 35 Year- book Advertising staff 35 Student Council 15 Class Play 1, Z5 Boys' Glee Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Chess Club 25 Physics Club 35 Pianist for Girls' Glee Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 3. THOMAS KLACIK U nguara' General Full of fun . . . likes sport: . . smooth dancer . . . collegiate. LEONARD J. KLIMOWICZ Boley General Cutter-upper . . . faithful . . . "I love life" . . . boisterous. ROBERT KOBILIS Smokey General Has many admirers . . . deep voice . . . mischievous . . . adonis type. Varsity Football Squad Z5 Varsity Football Team 25 J.V. Football Squad 15 J.V. Football Team 15 Track 1, 25 Traliic Patrol 35 Class Secretary 25 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. DONALD KOLOVICH Cl iff General Moody . . . likes girls . . . determined . . . loyal. Pinochle Club 25 Dancing Club 3. JOHN KONCEWICZ Jalan General Dextrous . . . billiard player . . . intrepid . . . regular features . . unconcerned. Student Council 3. CLAIRE T. KORNASKI Claire General Sincere . . . expressive eyes . considerate . . . non-commitable. Carmelite Typist 2, 35 Concession Stand 2, 35 Girls' Basketball Z, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Literary Club 5: Library Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. ANNA M. KOVALCHICK Annie General Petite . . . seamstress . . . shining countenance . . blue-eyed blonde. Concession Stand Z, 35 Class Play- 25 Girls' Basketball 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Library Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Photog- graphy Club 3. LAMAR I-I. KRAFTCHAK Krafty General Tall, dark, and handsome . . . dis- tinctive laugh . . . toats a sax . . amateur mechanic. Band 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 35 The Cog 3. HELENE M. KRAMER Queenie General Dejinitely blonde . . . loquacious . . . surplus of energy . . prophetic eyes. Carmelite Typist 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 15 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Chess Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN S. KRAMER Handsome Academic King-sized male . . . soap box orator . . . radical . . debonnaire Varsity Football Squad Z, 35 Varsity Basketball Team 2, 35 Class Play 25 Bays' Glee Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Rifle Club 35 National Honor Society 3. JOSEPH KREVITSKIE Studs Academic Well-liked . . . even disposition . . . conscientious worker . . facts at fingertips. Cross-Country 25 Track Z5 Boys' Glee Club 25 Chess Club 2, 35 Photo- raphy Club 3. LEONARD S. KUCZEWSKI Kuch General Companionable . . . sportsman . . . cute "crew cut" . . . women hater f?J Varsity Football Team 35 J.V. Foot- ball Team 15 Pinochle Club 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Photography Club 3: Rifle Club 3. ANTHONY KUKLIN SKI Cookie General Loves 'em all . . . last rose . . nonchalant . . evade: work. Student Council 25 Class Play 25 Boys' Glee Club 25 Dramatic Club 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Rifle Club 3. FRANCIS T. KUTZA Frank General Everyboalyls pal . . . quiet . . . re liable . . . .soda jerk. Traffic Patrol 3. JOLINE M LAUDIG Ivey Academic Thousand little words . . . inquisitive . . . perpetual tease . . . peaches and cream complexion. Class Play Z5 Girls' Basketball 35 Girls' Glee Club Z, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Chemistry Club 2. JOSEPH W. LESESKI foe General A friend to all . , . well-groomed . . . smooth dancer . . . south paw. Cross-Country 1, 25 Traclc 15 Class Vice-President 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Rifle Club 35 The Cog 3. JOSEPI-1 M. LESKO ' Smokey General Opponent of homework . . . out- doorsman . . carefree . . . grins and bears it. Concession Stand 2, 35 Pinochle Clilb 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. GERALD R. LUTZ jerry Academic Musician . . . punster . . . enjoying life . . . sociahility plus. Band 1, 2, 33 Carmelite Reporter 33 IXL Reporter 33 Class Play 23 Assembly Pianist 33 Pianist--Boys' Glee Club 23 Pianist-Girls' Glee Club 3g Boys' Glee Club 2, 33 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 33 Dramatic Club Z, 33 Chess Club 23 Biology Club lg Physics Club 33 Speaking Chorus Z3 Masque and Gavel 3. IDA MAE MANN ' Ida Mae' 3 Commercial Pretty locks . . . congenial . . 'Well modulated 'voice . . . Warm smile. Concession Stand 2, 33 Girls' Hiking Club 3. . RONALD E. MAURER Ron General Diffident . . . come day-go day . . . likes football . . . good looking. Varsity Football Team 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 13 Class Play 23 Letter Men's Club 3s Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Rifle Club 3. DORIS M MATHEW Blondie General Comely . . . zvhiz on skates . . . effervescent . . . cheerful greeting. Carmelite Typist 23 Spotlight, IXL Typist 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 13 Concession Stand 2, 33 Class Play 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club ls Quill and Scroll 3. HUBERT N. MATTUCCI Frog Academic Pepsodent fan . . constant grin . . . always late . . . impulsive. JOSEPH MATUKAITIS X Pud General Curly hair . . . teachefs pest . . pert . . . unconcerned. STEPHEN J. MARENICK Stush Academic Haunts library . . . deliberate . . future scientist . . . droll. Bancl 1, Z, 33 Chemisrty Club 23 Physics Club 3. JOYLEIN MAY Ivy Academic Excellent skater . . . that special sparkle . . . striking appearance . medicinal outlook. Bonnie Caclette 1, 2, 33 Carmelite Reporter 33 Spotlight Reporter I, 2, 33 IXL Reporter 33 Yearbook Liter- ary Stalf 33 Class Play Z3 Girls' Basketball l, Z, 33 Pinochle Club 23 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Literary Club 3: Biology Club 13 Chemistry Club 23 Physics Club 33 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 3g Quill and Scroll 3. ROBERT E. MAYER Bob General Future minister . . . reliable . . . good sport . . . serious and determined. Band Z, 35 j.V. Football Squad 15 j.V. Football Team 15 Track 2, 35 Stage Hand 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 2. LORRAINE MCWILLIAMS M icltey General Peppy . . . hearty greeting . . . inquisitive . . . full of deviltry. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 23 Social Etiquette Club 2. JEAN MENAPACE Jean Academic A Wide variety of interests . . . cap- ahle . . . personality and spirit . . . loves clothes. Cheer Leader 2, 35 Spotlight Re- porter 1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Student Council 2, 35 Concession Stand Z5 National Honor Society 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 3g Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. STEPHEN MENAPACE .Steph Academic Walking encyclopedia . . . Roman features . . . colorful personality . . . proficient hccleler. Band 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3. F EMILY E. MERVINE Dim ples Commercial Beautiful eyes . . . outstanding dim- ples . . . haunts skating rinlts . . . genial. Carmelite Typist 25 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 25 Yearbook Typist 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club Z, 3g National Honor Society 3s Quill and Scroll 3. LILLIAN MESERAVIGH- A Lily Commercial . v Lovely auburn hair . . . sweet . . . even disposition . . . liltes to dance. Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typist 33 Dramatic Club Z, 35 Literary Club 35 Scial Etiquette Club Z, 35 Photog- raphy Club 3. ' VILMA E. MICCIO Vil Academic Coquette . . . cameo complexion . . . 'wide circle of admirers . . loquacious. Carmelite Reporter 35 Spotlight Re- porter 1, 2, 35 Editor 35 IXL Re- porter 1, Z, 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 35 Class Play 23 National Honor Society 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Bridge Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Physics Club 35 Speaking Club Z5 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. DOLORES E. MILEWSKI Dolly Academic Aquatic ability . . . diligent worker . . . ready smile . . . clear diction. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Speaking Chorus 23 Masque and Gavel 3. ANTHONY G. MILUNAS Tony ' Academic Typical teen-ager . . . friendliness personified . . never a dull moment . . . 'Winsome smile. Trailic Patrol 35 Student Council 2, 35 Class Play 25 Class Treasurer 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Chemistry Club 2. MARIE IVIINARCHICK Mim General Tall and blonde . . . conscientious . . . basketball devotee . . . business minded Girls' Basketball 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. MICHAEL MORASKIE, JR. Mort . General Plenty of lrisb 'wit . . . dislikes Work . . . lively . . . Our Miler. Varsity Basketball Team 2, 35 Cross- Country Z, 35 Track 1, Z, 35 Boys' Glee Club Z5 Pinochle Club 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. OLIVE L. MOUERY A M ur ray Academic Career type . . stauncb friend , . likes swimming . . . emotional. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 35 IXL- Reporter 35 Concession Stand 2, 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball Z, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Pinochle Club 25 Dra- matic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 3. JAMES F. PARRY Jim General Quiet dignity . . . bluslres red-ily . . . cute dimple . . Pop's assistant. SAMUEL PESARCHICK Sam General Curly top . . infectious grin . . . sprrtely . . . man of tbe world. Varsity Football Squad 25 Varsity Football Team 35 Pinochle Club 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Physics Club 25 Rifle Club 3. FRANCIS PETRUSKEVICH Petro General Outdoor scout . . . tall and lanky . . . shy type . . acquiescent. The Cog 3. JOSEPH PETRUSKEVICH Pet General Calm, coal and collected . . . cur- rent events' fiend . . . inveterate driver . . . good scout. The Cog 3. RICHARD PINAMONTI Rub General 5 Perpetual tease . . quick temper ready grin . . . dark-complexion. Cross-Country Manager 1, 25 Track Manager 2, ELEANOR N. PUPO Eleanor Academic Quick to laugh . . . silky blue black hair . . . bound to succeed . . mischievous. Carmelite Weekly Editor 35 Car- melite Weekly Reporter l, 25 Spot- light Reporter 1, 2, 35 IXL Editor 35 IXL Reporter 1, Z, 35 Yearbook Advertising Stall 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 15 National Honor Society Z, 35 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Bridge Club 2, 35 Dra- matic Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Chemistry Club 25 Physics Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3. VVALTER T. RANDUSKY Chuck General Neat appearance . . . reserved . . . interested . . polite. Pinochle Club 35 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 3. VINCENT E. RAWA Rav General Even-tempered . . . unflusterea' by females . . . strong, silent type . . . blond. Varsity Football Team 25 j. V Foot- ball Team 1. JANE L. REINARD I Ianie General Sophisticated . . . unpredictable . . . easily perturbed . . . capricious. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter Z5 Yearbook Sales Com- mittee 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club I, Z, 35 Literary Club 35 Chemistry Club 2. ELOISE RHINE Elsie General A staunch friend . . . thoughtful . . . trustworthy . . . sports fan. Girls' Basketball 25 Captain 35 Sports Appreciation Club 2. JACQUELINE L. RICH Jackie General Ambitious . . . friendly . . . depend- able . . sincere. Band 15 Carmelite Weekly Reporter Z, 35 IXL Reporter 2, 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hik- ing Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Sports Appreciation Club 25 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. DOLORES E. RIECK Ricky General Attentive . . . Loyal . . . truthful , . . vivacious. Carmelite Weekly Typist 35 Yearbook Typist 35 Dramatic Club 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3. LORRAIN E L. ROLKO Larry General Usherette . . .alert . . . cute . . . peppy cheerer. Girls' Basketball Z. EVEI.-YN M. RONEY Evy General Lively . . . cheerful . . . "twinkle in her eyes" . . . cordial. Girls' Basketball 2g Girls' Hiking Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 2. ROBERT J. ROVNAK Rav General Meticulous . . . whimsical . . . mis- chievous . . . conscientious student. Boys' Glee Club Zg Pinochle Club Z5 Dramatic Club 3g Photography Club 3. BLAIR G. RUTHS Ruth: General Quiet . . . good-natured . . Qdiminu- tive . . . "shiny" shoes. Student Council 23 Stage Hand 2, 3. BERNARD P. RYNKIEWICZ Babe General Jolly goal fellow . . . attracts op- posite sex . , . hall gremlin . . . all 'round athlete. Yearbook Sales Committee 2, 35 Var- sity Football Squad 1, Z, 3g Varsity Football Team 35 Varsity Basketball Team 2, 35. V. Basketball Team lg Track 1, 2, 33 Traffic Patrol 3: Pinochle Club 2g Dancing Club Z5 Letter Men's Club 3. JOSEPH A. SAVIDGE Salvo General Nonchalant . . . ladies' man . . . imp- ish grin . . . well-liked. Varsity Football Squad lg Varsity Football Team Z, 3g J. V. Basket- ball Team lg Trafhc Patrol 33 Pinochle Club 2g Dancing Club Z5 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. RAMON SCHAFFER Roman General V Never worries . . . never hurries . . . sense of humor . . . jet black hair. Track Zg 35 Boys' Glee Club Zg Dancing Club 2. RAYMOND W. SCHLAGLE Ray General Wavy hair . . . excellent drummer . . . telling blush . . . "on the beam." Band 1, 2, 3g J. V. Basketball Team lg Class Play Z5 Dramatic Club 3g Dancing Club 2g Photography Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. GILDA SCICCHITANO Shick General Happy time gal . . ,unintentional joker . . . reliable . . . corridor run- ner. Carmelite and Spotlight Reporter 35 Concession Stand 2, 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Lit- erary Club 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Chemistry Club Z5 Photography Club 35 Masque and Gavel 3. THOMAS H. SHAFFER Shaf General Pearly teeth . . . good-natured . . girl shy . . . clean cut. Varsity Basketball Team 2, 35 J. V. Basketball Team 1. ANTHONY SHARAYKO A unty General Man of few Words . . . 'virile . . amateur boxer . . . outdoor complexion. Cross-Country Z5 Track 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Physicis Club 35 Rifle Club 3. ALBERT R. SHEPLEY Butch General Tardy bug . . . likes to sleep . . always chewing . . . easy going. JOAN SHOOP Dusty General Unconcerned . . . changeable . . . enviable curls , . . equestrienne. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 Photography Club 3. THOMAS J. SHUDA Geif General Ambitious . . . determined . . . 'Well- graomed . . . charitable. Student Council 35 Physics Club 3. MILDRED A. SHULSKI Milly Commercial Gay . . . good dancer . . . companion able . . . straight forward. Spotlight and IXL Typist 35 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Biology Club 1. MARY SHUPTAR Mary General Likable . . . sunny nature . . . flirty eyes. . . pleasingly pleasant. Student Council 1, 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. GRACE M. SIPPLE Sip - General Chatter lzox . . . likes to skate . . . unique gait . . . Whistler. Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Club Z, 3. - ROBERT SKAVERSKI S crib General General nuisance . . . dislikes school . . . zvily . . . "blue eyes." Pinochle 3. ANNA SLACI-ITA Anne' E, Commercial Efficient . . . olive complexion . . . somber . . . domestically inclined. Spotlight Typist 35-IXL Typist 35 Girls' Basketball 33 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Photography Club 3. JOHN W. SMITH Smitty General Teller of tall tales . . . outspoken . . . future mariner . . . trimly-tailored. MARSHALL SMITH Tink General Seldom beard . . . tall and lanky . . mechanic . . . unconcerned. J. V. Football Team 1. WILLIAM SNYDER S ni p General Cordial . . . wiry . . . dark features . . . friendly smile, Stage Hand 2, 35 Dancing Club 35 Chemistry Club 2. ANNAMARIE E. SOSNOSKI Annamarie General Quiet . . . soft-spoken . . . "fairy step" . . . diligent. Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 2, 3. EDWARD STECKER Eddie General Athletic physique . . . ruddy com- plexion . . . ready to help. Varsity Football Squad 2, 35 .Var- sity Football Team 35 J. V. Football Squad 15 J. V. Football Team 15 Track lg Boys' Glee Club 25 Dancing Club 25 Letter lVlen's Club, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club Z, 35 Rifle Club 3. 5 LEE E. STERN Lee Academic Future journalist . . . prefers brunettes . . . well-read . . . music devotee. Band 1, Z, 35 Spotlight Reporter 1, 35 Yearbook Sports Editor 35 Class Play 25 Boys' Glee Club Z5 Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Dancing Club 25 Chemistry Club Z5 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Masque and Gavel 3. DONALD L. STONE Stoney General Always beard . . . good dancer . . . enjoys skating . . . eccentric zvit. Varsity Football Squad 35 Track 2, 35 Student Council 15 Boys' Glee Club Z5 Letter lVlen's Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. CARL. M. SWARTZ Squirrel General Camera fiend . . . smokes a pipe . . . enjoys skating . . . airplane manipu- latar. Band 1, 2, 35 Class Photographer 35 Biology Club 15 Photography Club 2, 35 The Cog 3. RITA C. TAMECKI Tamek Academic Model type . . . natural curly hair . . . basketball enthusiast . . . "sugar and spice-" Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 35 IXL Re- porter 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 15 Con- cession Stand 2, 35 Class Play 25 Girl's Basketball 1, 2, 35 Captain 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Chemistry Club 25 Photography Club 35 Physics Club 35 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. .t . ""lF! r. ' .J fl.. ,lux '33, 'L 1 H5 .l He... vt-5 1,-I ' r i l , L l U . 1.1 F. ' l .ir E 1 r i if itll w l " J ll' if l r 1 ' ' .' as 1 F 9 I. ALFRED TEUF EL Sam General Odd gait . . . unusual smile . . . athletically inclined . . . school shy. Varsity Football Squad 35 Varsity Football Team 35 J. V. Football Squad 15 J. V. Football Team 15 Varsity Basketball Team 2, 35 V. Basketball Team 15 Track 1, Z, 35 Traffic Patrol 3. HELEN TOLKACH Helen General I Naivete . . . domestic . f . under- standing . . . reserved. Concession Stand 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 25 Pho- tography Club 3. ALBERT TOMTISHEN Tislr General Earnest . . . persuasive smile . . . sensible . . . neat appearance. The Cog 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing. Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. MARY LOU TRETTER Lou General Coppery locks . , . woman driver . . . comprehensive . . . a "gem.J' Carmelite Weekly Typist 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Literary Club 35 Library Club Z. OLIVE J. TRUMP Olly Academic Winsome smile . . . many admirers . . . flirtatious . . . dependable. Bonnie Cadette 2, 35 Carmelite Re- porter 3g Spotlight Reporter 1, 2, 33 IXL Reporter 1, 33 Yearbook Co- Editor 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 39 Yearbook Sales Committee 13 Stu- dent Council Zg Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Bridge Club 2, 3: Dramatic Z, 35 Literary Club 35 Chess Club 39 Biology Clwb 15 Physics Club 35 Speaking Chorus 23 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 3g Quill and Scroll 3. HELEN TYLENDA Henry General True friend . . . congenial . . . sym- pathetic . . . agreeable. Carmelite Typist 33 Girls' Glee Club 3g Dramatic Club 3g Literary Club 3g Dancing Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 3g National Honor Society 33 Quill and Scroll 3. BLANCHE L. VARANO Blanche Academic Unassuming . . even tempered . . . conscientious worker . . . sincere. Spotlight Reporter 33 Girls' Basket- ball 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3g Literary Club 35 Chemistry Club 23 Photog- raphy Club 35 Physics Club 3g Na- tional Honor Society 37 ANNA M. WASILEWSKI Ani Academic Vim, vigor, vitality . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . "TWxnltly" eyes . . . doll like features. Cheer Leader 2, 39 Carmelite Reporter 3g Spotlight Reporter 39 Yearbook Lit- erary Staff 33 Student Council Z3 Class Play 2g Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3g Dramatic Club 33 Chemistry Club 23 Photog- raphy Club 3. LOIS E. WEISSINGER Lorvie General A good sport . . . reliable . . . thoughtful . . . agreeable attitude. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Social Eti- quette Club Z, 3. WILBUR F. WESNER Wil General Unconcerned . . . bashful . . . pool shark , . . autonomous. Hunting and Fishing Club 3. ROBERT WETZEL Robert General Controversial . . . girl shy . . . im- pulsive . . . unpretentious. Varsity Basketball Team 2, 3s Track Z, 33 Student Council lg Dancing Club 23 Physics Club 3. CLARENCE WHITE Red General Easy-going . . . sarcastic . . . reddish brown hair . . . hunting enthusiast. Varsity Football Team Z, 35 V. Football Squad lg Track 1, 2, 33 Traflic Patrol 34 Student Council 3g Boys' Glee Club 2g Dramatic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club Z, 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. MARY JANE WHITE Rusty, General Strut: for "Hi" , , , loquaciou: . . . attractive auburn lock: . . . promoter of good feelings. Drum Majorette 3g Bonnie Caclette 1, 23 Spotlight Reporter 13 Yearbook Sales Committee 33 Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 2, 3s Captain 33 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Literary Club 3g Biology Club 13 Library Club 33 Chemistry Club 23 Photography Club 33 Speaking Chor- us 23 Sports Appreciation Club 23 Masque and Gavel 3. GLENN C. WIGHTMAN Fat General Placid . . . lover of the outdoors . . . unassuming . . . likes mechani- cal drawing. Band 1, 23 The Cog 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. FRANKLIN R. WILLIAMS Pip General Unpredictable . . . sly humor . . impetuou: grin . . . carefree. JOAN A. WILLIAMS Ioan General A "true friend" . . . generous . . . frank . . . good sport. Concession Stand 23 Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 33 Girls' Hiking Club Z, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Biology Club 13 Chemistry Club 23 Physics Club 433 Masque and Gavel 3 NANCY A. WILLIAMS Nance Acaclemic Titian lrair . . . typical biglr :clrool girl . . . "fun and fancy free." Spotlight Reporter' 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 33 Concession Stand 1, 23 Class Play 23 Class Treasurer lg Girls' Basketball 2, 33 Girls' Hik- ing Club 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Chess Club 33 Biology Club 13 Physics Club 33 Speaking Chorus 23 National Honor Society 33 Masque ancl Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3. EMIL WISDO Whiz Academic The "Mayor of Camptownn . . . smooth dancer . . . class "Romeo" . . . opponent of homework. HELEN A. WOJCIK Helen General Benignant . . . Natural beauty . . . modest . . . felicitous nature. Carmelite Weekly Typist 3s Student Council 3g Literary Club 33 Social Etiquette Club. ' VIRGINIA M. WYDRA Virgy Commercial Even-tempered . . . versatile . . . droll . , . "a walking new:paper."V Girls' Glee Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 23 Photography Club 3. DOROTHY L. YANICK VALERIA M. YODIS DO! Babe General General Serene . . . collegiate wardrobe . . V lnquisitive . . . "Gadahout" . . . danc' willowy . . . well-mannerea' and un- ing fan , , , fmliq-omg, spoiled. Carmelite Weekly Typist 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 23 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball lg Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Scroll 3 . Literary Club 3g Quill and CLASS SONG "PARTING" Tune-"Heart and Soul" Classmates., now, we leave school days behind. All will seek, but only some will find The road-to happiness always, Like that of our high-school days. Parting now leaves tender memories. Teachers, friends, so well remembered, these. Sadly, we now must say, "Goodbye," Mt. Carmel High. We leave the things we held most dear, our treasures We leave behind our high-school trials and pleasures. And now we part into the world to go. ' Tarry not, the world' won't wait, you know. Go forth to find and fare our fate. The Class of '48. Words by PEGGY ANN Astor: 36 Cheer Leader Z, 33 Class Play Zg Girls' Basketball 2, 3g Captain 33 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Dramatic Club 3g Dancing Club 3g Sports Apprecia- tion 2. JOHN E. YODZIS lack Academic "IO o'clotk scholar" . . . friendly ' chap . . . "super salesman" . . . M handsome. , , Band 1, 2, 39 IXL Reporter 33 Year- book Advertising Staff 33 Ttailic Pa- trol 35 Class Play 2, Boys' Glee Club 2. 35 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 35 Hunting and Fishin Club 33 Photography Club Z, 35 Rige Club " 3g Masque and Gavel 3. SENIOR CLASS CALENDAR December 12, 1947-Mistletoe Dance January 30, 1948-Initiation Ceremonies for: National Honor Society Masque and Gavel Quill and Scroll The Cog May 24-28, 1948-Senior Week May 28, 1948-Class Day May 30, 1948-Baccalaureate June 1, 1948-Commencement 54, Junior English Class School Artist Sophomore Dissection Work Sophomore Biology Class VM c!f5'z 1555 union: ffass Lgfficefzs C. THOMAS L. CORTELLINI E. Gu1zzETTl J. RAMAGE President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer CLASS ADVISERS Miss HELEN A. CARROLL MR. JOSEPH A. PASKEVICH THE JUNIOR CLASS Represented here is the Junior Class, 184 students in all. This class has added much to the prestige of its Alma Mater and to thc success of the Senior Class. This class ought to go far, and when they're seniors, we hope they will continue to faith- fully uphold and cherish the traditions of this school. JUNIOR CLASS CALENDAR November 25-December 10, 1947-Curtis Com- panyls Magazine Campaign january 9, 1948-Curtis Companyls Ice Cream Party january 16, 1948-Snowball Dance in the Silver Palestra january 29 dl February 5, 1948-Nxfinter Carnival Talent Show March 25, 1948-junior Class Play April 2, 1948-Spring Dance in Silver Palestra May 28, 1948-junior and Senior Prom in the Silver Palestra I-IOMEROOM 201 First Raw, Left lo Right--Miss Howard, Chmielewski, Evans, Bolesta, Cimino, Anclreano, Cortellini, Cromp- lon, Czerwinski, Beaver. Second Row - Dropeslcey, Eisen- baugh, Anclrulewich, Conches, Bol- tralik, Angeli, Belfonte, Davis. Third Row-Adams, Ciokajlo, Bai- ley, Aurancl, Criniti, Dallnzia, Bas- kin, Barder, Edwards. HOMEROOM 203 Fir!! Row, Left to Rigbl-Markle Kijauslcas, Keefer, Klemashefski, Kell- er, Knerr, Koncewicz, R. Koronlcie' wicz, E. Koronkiewicz, Kuklinski, Kris- kic. Second Row-Miss Scicchitano, Kehler, Kunsaitis, Lucas, Kruslcie Kurilla, Lapinski, Maclailis, Lippman Larzelere, Kessler, Lobos. Third Row-Levancloslcy, Krouch Maher, Kotora, Kessler, Kramer, Klimowicz, Kowaleski, Kehler, Kessler 1 1 I-IOMEROOM 202 First Row, Left to Righl-Homan iclc, Karpinski, Homirz, E. Guizzerti C. Guizzetti, Fabrizio, Furio, Feder shock, Jazwinslci. Second Row-Karycki, Miss Bill man, Grossman, John, Karwacki Frourz, Francis, Hutnick, Kautter Hosgood, Glessman. Third Row-Harrison, Fantini, Gis sel, Hovanes, Feifer, Gribbin, Forlctus Gronski, Guarna. HOMEROOM 303 First Row, Left to Right-Sawicki, Sncclclen, Shoop, Shilco Saulcaitis, Socha, Strawn, Rishar, Schucker, Sharaylco. Second Row-Mr. Kozlowski, Rossi Sanroni, Shurr, Stashinski, Rucloclc 7 Stanton, Roaclarmel, Reiner, Sienlcie- wicz, Sitlco. Third Row-Ruclms, Sienlciewicz Sokol, Ramage, lVl. Repella, Rodgers, R. Repella, Scicchitano, Rakus, Reed- inger, Sheetz, Shamanski, Stine. I-IOMEROOM 204 First Row, Left to Right-Miller Mestichelli, McGraw, Noclzalc, Paul Mirarchi, Nardelli, Mayer, Montello Porlcyn. Second Row-Ostroslci, Neifert Miller, Osinslci, E. Pupo, Pranskej vich, T. Pupo, Paliokas, Moleslci, Medwick, Mrs. Boleske. Third Row-Nesrer, McManaman Y Mazari, Moyer, Morris, Payne, Mihal- ik, Marquette, Menapace, Raclzai. HOMEROOM 305 First Row, Left to Riglvl-Tiets- worth, Swatslci, Villcauslcas, Tuslxin- ski, Wardrop, Williams, Wary, War- go. Second Row-Mr. Barnes, Wen- rich, Yorkiewicz, Yodis, Weis, Vic- tor, Weissinger, Third' Row-Thomas, Tasker, Vffert, P. Zelez, J. Zelez, Troyan, White- bread. s 1 1 5wOf2AOl?2O'ZE Cfass Qfkasms P- VIHZENZES T. OWENS T. BRESLIN B. JANxosK1 Pres' em Viff-Pffffdfflf Secretary Treasurer CLASS ADVISERS Miss REGINA G. SHovL1N MR. Jesse:-1 W.,KOZLOWSKI Represented here are the future supporters of Higher Education, the Sophomore Class, 191 strong. They received the usual share of initiation-plus a little more, but they "took it on the chin" and soon were recognized as school mates by the upper classmen. This class has excellent school spirit, and we hope this spirit increases each year until it becomes a guiding light for every future class. SOPI-IOMORE CLASS CALENDAR September 12, 1947-Sophomore Initiation November 211, 1947-Thanksgiving Dance March-Talent Show April-Spring Dance I-IOMEROOM 309 Pint Row, Left to Righl--Jas. Chubb, John Chubb, Credito, Bressi, Czeslowski, DeGaetano, Ballent, Chucoski. Coleman. Bender. Second Row-Albin, Bolesca, Beier schmitt, Balinslcas, Breslin, Butts, L Brezinski, Breziclci, D. Brezinslci, Mrs Kuliclc. Third Row-Bernas, Boclnar, Bot tari, Brazinslci, Brennan, Baxter, Butts, Bender, Angell, Chabala. af-" 14 lil. C Q l ' eSfi" f al 121 1 ,LSEW SOPEOHZOZS I-IOMEROOM 102 First Row, Left to Right-Adams, Bowers, Ciolcajlo, Bixler, Cavaleri, Cullen, Costello. Second Ron'-Miss Shovlin, Brown, Block, Conches, Brosius, Cantor, Ciolcajlo, Aurand, Artman. N57 l-IOIVSEROOIVI 310 First Row, Left to Right-Erney Doyle, Hamer, Gable, Feifer, Hart- zell, Former, Fetslco, Furio, Evans. Second Row-Miss Mayan, Green Glowacl-ci, Gula, Deja, Gucleliunas, Fecloclc, Greff, Gergen, Gabert. Tlvircl Row-Domanski, Humbo- slcy, Guzevich, Grlbowych, Fisher Finton, Fegley, Greco. CIQM HOMEROOM 31 1 First Row, Lvfl lo Riglvl-Krevib slcie, Kolni, Lamb, janisak, Kaminski, Lucas, Joraslcic, Kulick, Kehlcr, Lisie- ski SUCOHIII Ron'-Lacshaw, Macutkie- wicz, Lavish, Howal, janlioslci. Hum- mel, Hosgoocl, Kirclioff, Kessler, Ko- tora, Mr. Chesney. Third Row-Hook, Krorclilco, Kun- saitis, Knerr, Malinoski, Hughes, Kuczewski, Kovalchick, Lucas, Lutz, Maliclc. HOMEROOM 314 First Row. Lefl to Right-Stine, Soulges, Rutlms, Savage, Slwda, Snu- lcnitis, Slotrerbaclc, Rcllco, Shuda, Sin- opoli. Second Raw-Smith, Sharnyko, Sliarer, Sclmlcgel, Shull, joan Sharer, Sliebelslci, Shicranl, Schetromo, Miss Carroll. Third Runf-Sliuptar, Stabinslzi, Sreclcer, Rupp, Rossi, Staslcicl, Rosin- ski, Ruclock. I-IOMEROOM 312 Fir!! Row, Left to Right-Remaley Repeila, Markle, Mihalo, C. Profit Nalis, Rawa, Puchalski, Olshefski, M Profit. Second Row--Pollock, Nebroski, E Olshefski, Mazer, Nolter, Marquette, Nicoletri, Pachuta, Menapace, Pope, Nlalinoslci, Mr. Breslin. Thira' Row-Pesarchick, Petroslcy, Pusteinick, Mazur, Reed, Owens, Mirarchi, Narcavage, Okronglis, Rim- olcaitfs. Ah2.l.I"i-KA '2l.Q. 'wil x. L: 1' V .," " 4. . - 9 HOMEROOM 301 Fin! Row, Left to Right-Zurites as Second Row - Miss McCarthy cenzes, Zecoski, Yoder, Thurick Warakomski, P. Vincenzes. Thim' Row-White, Wisniewski rich, Wertz, Williams. .goflgomozs .Unification A Group of Martyrs Playing "Little Sally Ann" P. Caught in the Act Confusion Reigns Doing an Irish Jig Poor "El1lJy,' Zymek, Yancoslci, Troclci, Taylor, Wetzel, Yeager, Trump, Toth, Thom- Srrike, White, Turick, Wary, Vin- Wydra, Szymanslci, Yarnall, Wen- National Honor Society-Initiation uill and Scroll-Initiation Masque and Gavel-Initiation The Cog--Initiation Q4 fiuibisa Jlfafiolzczf 017101201 gociety OFFICERS President .....,. GERALD LUTZ Vice-President . .ELEANOR PUPO Secretary . , ,NANCY WILLIAMS Treasurer .... .VILMA MICCIO First Row, Left to Right-Menapace, Williams, Lutz, Miss Howard, Adviserg Pupo, Miccio, Gir- arrclini. Second Row-Becker, Mouery, Tylenda, Varano, Mervine, Trump, Ciolcajlo. Third Row-Cecil, Menapace, Harry, DeGaetano, May, Evert, Bridy. Fourth Row-Kerstetter, Dalle Luche, Kramer, Brassington. To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, to encourage development of character-these are the four objectives of the National Honor Society. To become a member of this honored organiza- tion is the most sought-after achievement in every scholar's high school career. 49 aaque cqncf gave! OFFICERS President . ,-IACQUELINE CECIL Vice-Presidenl HGERALD LUTZ Secretary .... JEAN MENAPACE Sgt.-at-Arms .... JOHN YODZIS First Raw, Left lo Right-Mrs. Cecil, Aclviserg Menapace, Lutz, Cecil, Yodzis, Miss Scicchitano, Adviser Second Row-Scicchitano, Mouery, Williams, Miccio. Third Row-Milewslci, Hartzell, Girardini, White, Trump, Rich. Anuzis, May, Tameclci. Fourth Row-Holubowicz, Stern, Kerstetter, Evert, Schlagle, Williams. To recognize and promote significant student achievement, in any area of speech in the school, to assist the student in raising his standards of speech, and to sponsor a better relation between the high school and the community-this is the threefold objective of the Masque and Gavel. This organization is ,the International Honorary Society for I-Iigh School Dramatists. Quiff cuzci 501012, p OFFICERS President . . .LORRAINE BECKER Vice-President HVILMA MICCIO Secretary .,.,, ELEANOR PUPO Treasurer ....,,, OLIVE TRUNIP First Row, Left to Right: Harry, Cecil, Trump, Miss Bahner, Aclviserg Becker, Miccio, Pupo. Second Row: Rich, Williams, Kramer, Menapace, Hartzell, Tameclci, Yaniclc. ' Third Rows May, Mathew, Mervine, Rieclc, Bricly, Cipkajlo. Fourth Row: Tylenda, Girardini, Bodnar. To he scholastically in the upper half of your high school class, to have done some distinctive work in a phase of journalism, and to have taken an active part irrgraising the standards of this particular field - these are the requirements of the Quill and Scroll Society. This organization is the International Honorary Society for High School Jour- nalists, recognizing and rewarding their achievements. pg O9 Lgffifdfl 'Zi OFFICERS President . .BRIAN FETTERMAN Sec'y ,... GLENN WIGHTMAN Treas. .,..... AUBREY TASKER First Row, Left to Right: Taslcer, Wightman, F. S. Bartos, Adviserg Fetterman, Essip, Troyan. Second Row: Krouch, DeGaetano, Davis, Fantini Leseslci, Petruslcevich, Swartz. Third' Raw: Barder, Krafrchalc, Powis, Kessler, Edwards, Petruslcevich. To promote good fellowship among its members and to be of service to the school- this is the aim of the Cog. The Cog is the International Honorary Society of the High School Mechanical Drawing Department rewarding outstanding achievements in this held. Aifucfanf dounai Pres. ...... MARY BUTKEWICZ Sec'y .... PATRICIA I-IARTZELL Treas. .... PHILIP VINCENZES i First Row, Left to Right-Guizzetti, Former, Soulges, Menapace, Shup- rar, Menapace, Hartzell, Butkewicz, Thomas, DeGaetano, Lapinslgy. Second Row-Ballent, Zelez, Yodis, Snedden, Bowers, Wojcik, Cortel- lini, Osinslci, Kulick, Vincenzes, W. Chesney, Adviser. Third Row-Shuda, Boris, Milunas, Janlcoski, Owens, Koncewicz, Lobos, White, Dietz, Srabinski, Green. To promote cooperation between students and faculty in the administration of school affairs, and to make the students aware of their part in creating a better school through the improvement of their own conduct-these are the aims of the Student Council, who represent the student body. - Uiaffic fpaftof OFFICERS Pres. Judge. .RAY De GAETANO Sgt.-at-Arms, . .FRANCIS KUTZA Front Row, Left to Right-Kobilis, Breslziewicz, Milunas, Hamernik, Fetrerman, Yodzis Rynlciewicz. Second Row-Kurza, Chabala, Evert, DeGaetano, White, Brassington, Teufel, T. Barnes, Adviser. These hearty fellows compose the law-enforcing body of our school. In the corri dors, they command obedience and respectg confusion is avoided in the halls because they keep things running smoothly. camera wrath, Q 941, esfsoifrgfgf First Row, Left lo Right-Miss Bahner, Adviserg Pupo, Gregor, Bodnar, Rich, Harry, Trump, Miccio, Cecil, Chango, Scicchitano, Gable, Tamecki. Second Row-Moleslci, Rudoclc, Lipp- man, Mervine, I-Iinlcle, Wasilewski, Williams, Varano, Trump, Cor- tellini, Thomas, McGraw, Miss Johnson, Adviser. Thira' Row - Reinard, Grossman, Tushinslci, Lapinski, Mouery, Hart- zell, Madailis, Shoop. Fourth Row - Andrulewich, Evert, Lutz, Yodzis, Stashinslci, Stern. LITERARY STAFF These are the members of the literary and business staffs of our three school publications, the Carmelite Weekly, IXL, and The Spotlight. The Carmclite Weekly, Mr. Vincent McHail, literary adviser, appears once a weelc in the "Mount Carmel Item" and informs students' parents and the general public of the weelc's events at M.C.H.S. The IXL, Miss Nellie Johnson, literary adviser, is published three times a year, and consists of material written by students of all the English Classes. The Spotlighl, Miss Ada Bahner, literary adviser, keeps the students informed on the latest school activities, and serves as a means by which they may demonstrate their journalistic talents. It has all the functions of a real newspaper on a small scale. The Spotlight and The IXL, are prepared, typed, and mimeographed by students of the Commercial Department, whose technical adviser is Miss Helen Carroll. First Row, Left to Right-Rieck Kramer, Soulges, Miss Carroll, Adviser, Mervine, Hinlcle, Tretter. Second' Row - Yancoslci, Mathew, Brosh, Shulslci, Meseravich, Slachta Bridy. Third Row - Reiner, Scicchitano, Rossi, L evandosky. BUSINESS STAFF 4 9 in -ifjad, ii Q ,1 I 3053 'L-V V13 X. E. M. Rowe, Adviser 50,7 gk Lorraine Becker, Editor-in-Chief Qlive Trump, C0-editor -r "' Q- ,Ziff ' Lee Stern, Sports Editor Z ' . ix - it , in . Ads Solicitors Literary Committee oofi 5-faff Emily Mervine, Head Typist Assistant Typists Cari Swartz, Student Photographer Senior Sales Committee fx Junior Sales Committee Sophomore Sales Committee , Jlflaagilzs ggofp, I Mr. Boyer Instructing R. Kehler G. Edwards Studying Lathe W. Wesner Running Grindstone J. Edwards Working Drill Press H R. Mayer Working Planer Chabala Working Power Saw M. Smith Working Lathe Class Leaving the Shop THE BAND First Row, Left to Right-Hinlcel, Miscavage, Semetod, Stine, Balon, Semicelc, Shopinslci, Gronslci, Fisher, Fallcie, Becker, Deitriclc, Vitacco, Socoloslci, Finton, Smith, Hinclmarch, Williams. Second Row-Evert, Karasavage, Hildenbrand, A. Finton, Backus, Kraftchalc, R. Shopinslci, Hughes, Slater, Noel, Wooclring, Beaver, Billman. Third Row-Blassg Harry, Bender, W. Kessler, Fegley, D. Wert, Marenick, Menapace, Varano, Ro gets Fourth Row-Malinoslci, Pollock, Wisdo, A. Wert, Green, Stern, W. Billman, J. Chubb, B. Chubb Fifth Row-Mayer, Owens, Gcrgen, Stashinslci, Waralcomslci, Cohen. Sixth Row-Edwards, janlcoslci, Schlagle, L. Ktaftchalc, Ketstetter Seventh Row-B, Kessler, Swartz, Powis, Yoclzis. BONNIE CADETTES ln Front-Mary Jane White. Left to Right--Ruths, Sharer, Yeager, Stanton, Shoop, May, Trump. Anania, Marcnon. CHEER LEADERS Left to Right-Butts, Harry, Boliclc, Yodis, Aston, Mermpace, Cecil, Wasilewslci, jurcwicz. 53 l JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Fin! Row, Left to Righf-.l0l:m Guizzetti, Andreanoa C- Gulzzem' Pupo, Moleslci, Cromptfm, pafklmr Medailis, Chmielewslci, Victor, Yof' lciewicz, Tietsworth, Mrs. Cecil, dviser. Sefimd Row--Miss Scicchitano, Ad- viser, Weis, Lapihslii, GYOSSNHVH Lucas, Lippman, Correllini, Mon- rello, Keefer, Stanton, Palivkas, Shoop. '1'l.,i,d ROW - Anclrulewich, Mena- nce McGraw Koncewicz Nod- 5ak,, Cimino, Tushinski, Rodgers Neifert. I Fourth Rorv-Thomas, Payne, G'55el Scicchitano, Marquerze, Maher Kowaleslci, Levandoslcy, Baskin. Fifth Row -- Wenrich, Weissinger, Srashinski, Hovanes. SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Miss Scic- chitano, Adviserg Galinis, Burke- wicz, Yoclis, Gregor, Bodnar, Bolick, Trump, Aston, Kramer, Miccio, Ference, Rich, Tretter, Scicclxitano, Tameclci, Mrs. Cecil, Adviser. Second row-Cecil, Pupo, Milewslci, Menapace, Hartzell, Williams, Meseravich, Briciy, Laudig, Anuzis, Wasilewslci, Varano, Holubowicz, Tbira' Row-Girardini, Mouery, Rieclc, Cheddar, Kovalchiclc, Berzinslci, Williams, Sosnoslci, Hinlcel, White, May. Fourth Row-Lutz, Chyla, Fetterman, Chabala, Evert, Breslciewicz, Cohen, Kerstetter, Schlagle, Stern. Fifth Row - Rovnalc, Brassington, Milunas, Hamernilc, Cousin, Yodgis. SOPHOMORE DRAMATIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Zuritis, Zecoski, Cullen, Feifer, Ruths, Mihalo, Bixler, Fetslco, Trump, Menapace. Second Row - Mrs. Ce:il, Miss Scicchitano, Advisers, Finton, Howal, Waralcomski, Hughes, Brezinslci. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Hut Raw, Lefl to Right-Scicchirano, Cecil, Nlilewski, Mouery, Aston, Trump, Gimrclini, Williams, Mic- cio, Harry, Rich, Ference. Second Row - Beclcer, Williams, Trerter, Lauclig, Horsheld, Mer- vine, Knvnlchick, Tylencla, Yaniclc, Hinkel, Kramer, ' Third Ran'-Pupo, May, Shoop, Andre-jeslci, Brush, Sosnoski, Anuzis. f' 'iff' 1 - I ,. SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Firrl Row, Luft to Riglvt-Puchalslci Marquette, Profit, Rollco, Fetslco Furio, Olshefslci, Shudn, Repella Bixler, Evans, Srine. Serena' Row - Thomas, Brosius Trump, Former, Feifer, Hartzell Rurhs, jnnisak, Pachum, Gusritus T. Pasersky, Directress. Third Row-Soulges, Cullen, Gable, Remnley, Mihalo, Adams, Mena pace, Bowers, Cantor, Ciolcajlo. 1 , .is- r - J.. ..:a.. X -I .i,-,,,,, ..n mage- .. ., JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB liams, Paliolcas, Cimino, Pupo zctti, E. Guizzetti, Anclreano. Second Raw-McGraw, Markle, Lipp X Shoop, T. Paserslcy, Directress. Third Row - Czerwinski, Beaver I Kurilla, Kizes, Strawn, Sauer -'41 . . N- 4 ,..,' Keefer, Lapxnslcl, Grossman. I., -. I I fo ' L qu. First Row, Left to Right--John, Wil- Moleski, Wargo, Froucz, C. Guiz- man, Tietsworrh, Cortellini, Parlcyn, Crompton, Montello, Snedclen, PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Kovalchick, Butkewicz, Bodnar, Anania, Slachta, Meseravich, Rich, Wasilewslci, Sci:- chitano, Varano, Horshelcl, Nlouery Kramer. Second Row-Yodzis, Bricly, Cheddar, Berzinski, Haleman, Hinkel, White Tameclci, Shoop, Tolkach, Anuzis Brassington. Third Row-Rovnalc, Stern, Swartz Karloclc, Powis, Hamernik, Mr. Barnes, Adviser. 1 f""1 i i L PHYSICS CLUB First Row, Left to Right--Pupo, Girar- clini, Menapace, Williams, Trump, Rich, Varano, Miccio, Williams, May, Tamecki, Mouery, Kramer. Second Row-Shuda, Breslciewicz, Krevitski, Mareniclc, Karloclc, Ker- stetter, Evert, Billman, Leseslci. Third Row - Cohen, Stem, Mr. Kozlowski, Adviser, Billman, Dullco. 5 C., "5 1 u Liars BIOLOGY CLUB First Row, Left to Right - Thomas, Gable, Hamer, Bixler, Yancoslci, John, Soulges, Menapace, Mar- quette, Nicoletti, Trump, Schlegel, Tietsworth, Strawn, Shull, Janisak, Sharer, Shuda. Second Row-Miss McCarthy, Aci- viserg Hartzell, Former, Feifer, Mazer, Pachuta, Cavaleri, Cullen, Yeager, Wetzel, Wargo, Yorkie- wiczai Shebelski, Tushinski, Victor, Gustitus. Third Row-Bolesta, Ballenr, Wisdo, White, Hughes, Finton, Brezinslci, Green, Rodgers, Fegley. Fourth Row-Ramage, Criniti, White, Wertz, Howal, Rossi, Waralcomski, Bender, janlcoslci, Mr. Breslin, Ad- viser. Fifth Row-Wenrich, Krouch, Owens, Krotchko, Chubb, Evert. Sixth Row-Baskin, Kowalski, Stash- inski, Thomas, Wert, Neifert. Seventh Row-Wenrich, Weissinger, Vincenzes. Moraskie. BRIDGE L CLUB First Row, Lefl to Right-Trump, i Lucas, Lippman, Miss Bahner, Aci- viserg Guizzetti, Girarciini, Miccio. 1 Second Row-Lapinski, Grossman, Stanton, Pupo. PINOCHLE CLUB Fir!! Row, Left to Right-Costello Aurund, Chmielewsici, Madailis Erney, Miss Billmon, Adviser Pachura, Menapace, Koronkicwicz Bowers, Rich, Pupo, Moieski. Second Row - DeGaetano, Cousin Ranciusky, Kunsaitis, Cantor, Ki- jauskas, Jazwinski, Stanton, Gissel Radzai, Lesko, Owens, Finton. Third Row-Breslin, Moyer, Thomas Kowaleski, Gribbin, Farrei, Angeii Guarna. Harrison. CHESS CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Hamernik. Moraskie, Guarna, Williams, Trump, Kramer, Thomas, Moyer. Second Row-Menapace, Stern, Bras- sington, Stashinski, Krevirski, Fet- rerman, V. W. Mci'-Iail, Adviser. f., . 'T' V "NC" DC' 1 GIRLS HIKING CLUB First Row, Left lo Right-Galinis, Butkewicz, Yodzis, Bodnar, Milew- ski, Rich, Wasilewski, May, Miss Howard, Adviser, Hinlcel, Shulslci, Mouery, Williams. Second Row--Butts, Hartzell, Bridy, Kovalchiclc, Berzinski, Boliclc, Wil- liams, Trump, Reinard, Harry, Brosh, Ference, Kramer. Third Row--Cecil, Mann, Mathew, Roney, jurewicz, Anania, Gregor, Tollcach, Greco, Hummel, Hors' field, Angeli. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB Firrt Rory, Left to Right - james Chubb, Kessler, john CI'1cl:Il:I, Lies- iewslci, Rossi, Pesarchiclc, Bogart. Lesko, Kuczewslci, Brassington, Hamernilc, Steclcer, Berlcheiser. Second Row - Kraftchak, Leseski, Eisenlnaugh, Ciolcnjlo, Narcnvage, Wesner, Fantini, Moraslcie, Green, Boris, Maurer, Wighcman. Third Row-Mr. Paskevich, Adviserg Neifert, Rancluslcy, Wenrich, Yoclzis, Kessler, Lobos, Wfeissinger, Vincenzes. -'s-, v . ,f V , . - X! ,J ' , .I 'AJ LLM '- 77 f FQ ,Whig II1 Xu .I, -A , Y RIFLE CLUB first Row, Left to Right-Bogart, Cic- kajlo, Leseski, Thomas, Menapace, Marquette, Maurer, Hamernik Kautter, Brassingcon. Second Row - Krafrchak, Adams Yodzis, Pesarcliiclc, Kuczewslci, Tomtishen, Berlcheiser, Boris, Art- man, Mr. Menges, Adviser. LITERARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right--May, Tam- ecki, Hartzell, Mennpnce, Burlcewicz, Boclnar, Rich, Miss johnson, Ad- viser, Aston, Moucry, Miccio, Scicchitano, Trerter, Trump. Second Raw-Andi-ejeski, Holuilao- wicz, Mesernvich, Milcwslzi, Angeli Hinlcel, Mervhe, Williams, Kramer Kovnlchiclc, 'Wojcilg Cuff. Third Row-Lnudig, Cheddar, Ber zinski, Bricly, Wl1ite, Anuzis Change, Varzmo, Reinard, Yanick. SOCIAL ETIQUETTE CLUB Fmt Raw, Left zo Right-Mervine, Milewski, Change, Paliokas, Anania Miss Shovlin, Aclviserg Rich Wojcik, Meseravich, Slachta, Furio Fetslco, Doyle, Second Raw - Angeli, Andrejeslci, Cheddar, Holubowicz, Anuzis, Hinkel, Kehler, Francis, Shelaelslci Beaver, Horsheld. Third Rim' - Krwalchiclc, Berzinslci, Sosnoski, Paul, Noclzak, Koncewicz, Knerr, Kruslcie, Kurilla. LIBRARY CLUB First Raw, Left to Right-Kovalchiclc, Berzinslci, Change, Miss Olshefslci Adviserg Harbold, Victor, Wargo Keller, Froutz, Mestichelli. Second Row - Baskin, Holubowicz Andrejeslci, White, Shoop, Tush- inslci, Cuff, Yorlciewicz, Aurand. CONCESSION STAND A GIRLS first Row, Left lo Right-Tamecki, Mathew, Scicclwitano, Tolkach. Second Row-Mouery, Mann, Koval chick, Kornaslci. Third Row-R. Shovlin, C. Scicchi- nano, I. Kulick, Advisers. DANCING CLUB First Row, Lefl lo Right-Mrs. Kuliclc Adviser, Bolesta, Sharaylco, Anemia Galinis, Gregor, Yoclis, Olshefslci Bolick, Ference, Shulski, Ferslco Scicchitano, Miss Carroll, Adviser Scrond Row-Clwmielewslci, Zuritis Zymelc, Zecoslci, Krevirskie, Kuliclc Crompton, Klemas, Cortellini Thomas, Tamecki, Furio. Third' Row-Turiclc, Sipple, Rieclc, Chucoslci, Criniti, Farrell, Brezinski Shuptar, Beaver, Kurilla. Fourtfw Ron'-Cero, Milunas, Yodzis. LETTERMEN'S CLUB First Row, Left to Riglat-Menapace, Kovalchiclc, Kuczcwslci, Pesarchiclc Marquette, Lavish. v Second Row - Rupp, Levandoslcy, Adams, Moraskie, Kauccer. Third Row - Thomas, jengeleski Weissiimger, Macutkiewicz, G. Menges, Adviser. Fourth Row - Wenrich, Vincenzes, Bcnczlcoslci, Karloclc. 1 1 1 1 4 . 'Q '. Y' '. L HM E H .! fi. ,!' ,Y '1' Q., -V ff ""' J, .1 - ' 1 :ati gf, . 'L' 1 I . I I ' ig-533. L. L,-Eff!! , - '- , . Jul. 45301 Pole Vault Extra-Point Try Pass Completed Getting the Rebound cqpozfi M T"'!"i"Q VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Kneeling, Left to Right-M. Terry, Coachg Krotchlco, Rakus, Menapace, Hamernilc Butts, Neifert, Kessler, Reedinger, Solcol, Pesarchiclc, Kuczewslci, Lavish, T. Vershinski, Asst. Coach. Sitting-Rynlciewicz, Savidge, Stone, Wenrich, Adams, Kautter, Marquette, Kehler, Rupp, Gahert, Karycki, Thomas. Standing-C. Sacavage, Asst. Coachg Maurer, Levandoslcy, Steclcer, Macutltiewiczf Moyer, Baskin, Brassington, Kramer, Vincenzes, Weissinger, Payne, Benczkoski, Teufel, White, Paskevich, Asst. Coach. A greatly underrated Mount Carmel team started its 1947 season with a victory over Erie Academy, 6-0. Seeming to gather more strength and ability with each game, the squad, under the superlative guidance of Coach Terry, finished with the impres- sive record of nine victories and three defeats. With a near-upset over Pottsville's mighty team and a thrilling victory over Sunbury highlighting the season, the Red Tornadoes came through triumphantly. The exciting twelve to nothing victory over Shamolcin, our traditional rival, capped the climax to the schedule of one of the most powerful teams ever to represent Mount Carmel on the gridiron. Since all of the players on the squad saw action this year, Coach Terry has succeeded in molding excellent material for future teams, in which Mount Carmel's gridiron glory will once again he evidenced. The stu- dents of our high school can well be proud of the achievements of both coach and team. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Mount Carmel. 6 Erie Academy 0 ,, 6 Mount Carmel Township 0 ,, 0 Tamaqua 7 6 Mahanoy City 0 9 Coal Township 0 f 6 Kulpmont 0 O O 7 Shenandoah 6 6 Pottsville 6 Ashland 0 6 Hazleton 24 13 Sunbury 12 ,, 12 Shamolcin 0 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-SENIORS Front Row-Benczkoski, R.E.g Kramer, R.T.g Rynkiewicz, R.G.g Teufel, C.3 Kuczewski, L.G.g Brassington, L.T.g Stone, L.E. Bark Raw-White, R.H.g Pesarchick, R.G.g Stecker, F.B.g Hamernilc, Q.B.g Savidge, L.H.g Maurer, L.G. ,F ,MW Front Row, Left to Right-J. Ambrose, J. Morrison, N. Singley, M. Terry, G. Menges, Capt.g A. Masciantonio, L. London, G. Homialc, V. Dallabrida, A. Jones, M. Jelus. Second Row-1. Swaboslci, 1. Hwizda, A. Miclcalaitis, J. Magennis, J. Kowaliclc, C. Beierschmitt, R. 1 Zamboni, A. Ruzgis, R. Toy, J. Orczechoslci. Third Row-C. Humphrey, 1. Kalinoski, E. Sarislcy, R. Bianchini, S. Toy, C. Reed, E. Swatslci, D. Helwig: Fourth Row-L. Zarek, R. Singley, Head Coachg H. Schaeffer, Asst. Coach. Twenty years on, when afar and asunder Parted are those who are singing today, When you look hack and forgctfully wonder, What you were like in your work and your play, Then it may be there will often come o'er you, Glimpses of notes, like the catch of a song, Visions of boyhood shall float them before you, Echoes of dreamlana' shall bear them along. TWENTY YEARS ON Routs and discomftures, rushes and rallies, Touchdowns attempted, resisted, ana' won, Strife without anger, and art without malice, How will it seem to you, twenty years on? Then, you will say, not a feverish minute Strained the weak heart and the wavering lenee, Never the hattle raged hardest, but in it Neither the last nor the faintest were we. Twenty years on, growing older and older, Shorter in wind, as in memory long, Feehle of foot, and rheumatic of shoulder, What will it help you that once you were strong? Goal gives us bases to guard or heleaguer, Games to play out, whether earnest or fun, Fights for the fearless, and goals for the eager, Twenty, and thirty, and forty years on! lWirh apologies to Edward E. Bowenl Twenty years after winning the Pennsylvania State Championship at State College, the members of Mount Carmel High School's 1927 Football Squad came from near and far to hold their first reunion on December 29, 1947, and posed before the camera in the same positions they occupied in the 1927 squad photograph. Aside from some cases of receding hairlines and tendency toward bay windows, Father Time has dealt kindly with the boys who brought undying fame to Mount Carmel High on December 3, 1927 by defeating Belfonte High School on snow-covered Beaver Field by a score of 7 to 6. Front Row, Left to Right-Dr. J. Morrison, N. Singley, M. Terry, G. Menges, Capt., A. Masciantonio, Dr, L. London, G. Homialc, V. Dallabrida, A. Jones. Second Row-J. Hwizda, A. Miclcalaitis, J. Mngennis, C. Beierschmitt, A. Ruzgis, R. Toy, R. Miller. Third Row-J. Kalinoslci, E. Sarislcy, R. Bianchini, C. Reed linsertj, S. Toy, E. Swatslci. Fourth Row-I.. Zarelc, R. Singley, Head Conchg H. Schaeffer, Asst. Coach: N. Phillips, Asst Coach. v MT. CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONS OF 1927 20th ANNIVERSARY 1947 -- '1-m in soggy u,g','g,1..1 mlaumon ..'r '- 'fi 'ff' A 4w I sod s , WIWW lil., A .. .f , lf - .,.,. 9 -e ' ir'.'l.L-5 1'0pfi!A'1 wgqggma MEI! "'f"'-' Ia . 'L' ,mg f -.wa 'Q fix 1- - '- , . "-v '. '. ...I-aiii.. ,Q . 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White, Twirling J, Patrick, 'lasting Dernot, LLIDIHSKI, varano, FUCHEIISKI, onarayxu, uasmn. Third Row-G. Breslin, Coachg Wlillcinson, Vincenzes, Wetzel, Wenrich, Schaffer, Mayer, Karloclt, Sienlciewicz, Rynlciewicz, Mazari, Cohen, DeGaetanc, Adams, Reiner, Stone, Crxniti, Mgr.g G. Menges, Coach. TRAC K Track Schedule 1947 Novice Meet-won by Seniors Interclass Meet-won by Seniors Mount Carmel's 1947 Traclc Team, under the direction of Coach Breslin, turned in one of the most impressive records in the history of our school. Although handicapped by the loss of an excellent athlete early in the season, the squad went on to win the District Four meet in Williamsport. Ar the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Wilkinson, the lead off man, was pushed at the start and injured his leg. Mount Carmel was thus considered ineligible for the relays, and the injury kept Wilkinson from participating for the rest of the season. In spite of this, however, an outstanding mark was set by the team. It remains to be seen whether subsequent squads can live up to the great record of the 1947 team. Penn Relays-Mt. Carmel ineligible Dual Meet, Lebanon-Mount Carmel 76-Lebanon 51 Mount Carmel Invitation Meet-Williamsport lst-Mount Carmel 2nd Lebanon Night Relays-Mount Carmel lst in 440 relay P. I. A. A. District 4 Meet-Mount Carmel lst P. I. A. A. State Finals-Mount Carmel 880 relay team Sth Coaldale Invitation Meet-Mount Carmel lst Because many schools in this area have not yet revived Cross-Country, the schedule for 1947 was curtailed. Besides the regular inter-class meet, however, Mount Carmel met Williamsport twice, breaking even, with each team scoring one victory. Although two seniors, Moraslcie and Green, came in first and third, respectively, the inter-class meet was won by the sophomores, since the seniors were ineligible because of two few par- ticipants. The squad was under the guidance of Coach Breslin. Cross Country Schedule X Interclass Meet-won by sophomores At Williamsport-Mount Carmel 32-Williamsport 23 At Mount Carmel-Mount Carmel 24-Williamsport 30 First Row, Left to Right-Lutz, Kovalchick, Guarna, Pesarchiclt, Wenrich, Ballent, Brezinslci, Chucoslci. Second Row-Green, Baxter, Narcavage, Krouch, Wertz, Fegley, Kessler, Aremiclt. Third Row-G. Breslin, Coachg Malinoslci, Gergen, jankoslci, Mayer, Reiner, Moraslcie, Feifer, Sien- kiewicz, Borrari. . t ,- " , 2,-1,0 ,,f ,G-a J- 4 f , 1' ' P LL N ,,,: W' -' , f in ,gf- ilk an I zel, Kramer, Captain, Dalle Luche Adams. Svcond Row -Wenrich, Weissinger Vincenzes, Reiner, Marquette Rynkiewicz. Third Row - Scicchitano, Criniti Managerg Moraskie, Ramage, Man agerg G. Menges, Coach. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM I Ushering in the season with a thrilling victory over Girardville, 44-42, Mount Carmel's quintet went on to nnish with the excellent record of, 14 victories and 7 defeats. Cooperation abounded, and the players were a credit to Coach Glenn Menges and to the school. Basketball is perhaps the only sport which depends entirely on team- work. If but one player is not willing to cooperate, the whole team is irreparably shattered. Working as a unit, with nt' individual player as a star, Mount Carmel has compiled an enviable record. The achievements of this great team will long be remembered in the annals of Mount Carmel's bas- ketball history. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Mount Carmel 44 Girardville 42 ,, 47 Ashland 25 ,,, 38 Girardville Z1 44 Ashland 33 39 Alumni 30 32 Mount Carmel Twp. 36 48 Shamokin 43 54 Coal Township 41 37 Conyngham 43 50 St. Edward's, Shamokin 55 62 Kulpmont 37 The unior Varsity basketball team is under the guidance of Coach Thomas Vershinski. The pur- pose of this team is to teach younger students fundamentals of the game, and to develop co- ordination and skill in actual contests. Although too little attention is paid to the Vfs, they are the varsity players of tomorrow. Their training now will enable Mount Carmel to uphold its brilliant record in the future. Mount Carmel 27 Girardville 26 ,, 28 Ashland 14 ,, 27 Girardville 30 36 Ashland 31 27 Mount Carmel Twp. 41 27 Shamokin 41 First Row, Left to Right-Wisniewski, Varano, Butts, Captaing Bresiin, Bottari. Second' Ron' - Balinskas Chabala, Wertz, Latshaw, Anescheck, Ger- gen, Pollock. Third Row-Repella, jr. Mgrg Grif- fith, Malinoski, T. Vershinski, Coach, Chabala, Backus, Marquette, Hynoski. Mount Carmel 49 St. Mary's, Williams ort 41 ,, 38 Mount Carmel Towniup 39 ,, 44 St. Edward's, Shamokin 40 57 Shamokin 55 32 Coal Township 33 51 Conyngham Township 37 51 Kulpmont 47 44 Coal Township 50 54 St. Mary's Williamsport 43 PLAY-OFF 32 Shamokin 34 u 68 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, Left ta Right-Teufel, Wet- In Front-V. Yodis, Captain of winning team "Red Socks." Firxl Row, Left to Right-Lee, Sipple, Gregor, Butkewicz, Pranskevich, J. Yodis, Guizzetti. Second Row-Grossman, Wasilewski, Trump, Tameclci, Captain of "Bowery Girlsug Varano, Miller, Williaxns. Third Row-Miss Mayan, Adviserg Rich, score keeperg Cecil,' score lceeperg Yorlciewicz, Wargo, Butts, score keeperg Rita Bodnar, time lceeperg Mrs. Kulick, Adviser. Although the girls of Mount Carmel Senior High School have little chance to participate in athletic contests, the Girls' Intramural Basketball program, under the direction of Miss Mayan, is an excellent opportunity. This year ten teams were formed. After all other teams were eliminated, the "Mt. Carmel Red Socks" and the "Bowery Babes" contended for the championship. In an exciting game, the "Mount Carmel Red Socks" won, thirty-seven to twenty-one. GIRLS' INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL TEAMS Team CAPTAIN The Shooting Stars, Genevieve Kijauslcas Driblets Eloise Rhine Mount Carmel Red Socks Vale,-ia Yodis BOWCFY B-11595 Rita Tameclci Die Korballspielerinnen Jgan Changg Variety Girls Mary Jane White The Sharp Shooters Margaret McGraw Riot Squad Dolores Girardini PLA Y'OFFS Lifflf Lulusl Evelyl? Howe' Moum' CARMEL RED Socics 37 The Invincibles Patricia I-iartzell BOWEN, BABES 4A"A-'A Z1 l I uri? 'll, W 5 . Y . W U12 C74 Ebayi omg F wwf A -..Q p L L. Deitrick, Custodian W, Smith, Assistant V Running Mimeograph Machine .v ri Asxx , l ! A Q X "' -1. W '. 1 Tie ' Y ' T-iii Study Group .3 Study Group .: Vs, A G. Powis, Jr., Photographer 70 Sgagehands Miss Pasersky and Music Class djfrafzazsffa "Ugg .qbcvzflfs Q35 .sony Hero and Heroine Enter-The King! i Pilot and Mechanic The Unveiling - ff i Court Ballerina il ll iw' ,84 In U55 Q am Grand Finale ma am 1 H-5 S' IL, WHO GOCS Them? Caught Unawares 71 U -fi chloffizf ima M. Schlegel, Drawing Adding Finishing Tciuches i 4-A lima? l A Job Well Done .. .nl Watch Our, jerry- Ye Olde Fir Tree! Christmas Tableau Angelic Voices Blending 'ha-1 R. Deconcini .Un U55 liimafl gf J. Costello J. Dullco and T. Sliucla Senior Class Gflicers T. Cousin . -. o- o-4 A Shepley nr 'U 'v " 1 K , 73 A , ml- - ffm Junior Class Officers Sophomore Class Officers gust Gyms cmc! 96915 Slight Admission Fee -?. Mistletoe Dance l TT' X 'fix an-1 ' ll' .,-of it !.".' "Wil V, .I A in nf., ,N . A41 I ' ff, ,Vi 1 Q 'X L! . ci,-I Lf- U 4 'H , ,V ' Q.-:Z .- .,t.b,,., 'li I C il ' S ' I .VU 'I' . . Q- W 12 - ev' 1 S gg + - . sp- ,g 5 x X4 Teachers' Social Committee rv ...1-Thi 5:1421 . i . Q . C adm- ..2.g!.4J.,,. " - i X-Ray Mobile Unit I Dramatic Club I - Fun in the Courtyard Hallowe'en Party 74 C Cave-Man Tactics Our New "BUSH, ,I PRESENTATION or biiiveiz TRAINING CAR A Left to Right-V. W. McHail, Principalg G. A. Beierschmitt, Superintendenrg Wm. Albertini, Motor Dealerg Ed. J. Belfonte, Pres. of Mount Carmel Motor Club, Priv. H. R. McKenna, Penn- sylvania State Police. SAFETY DRIVER EDUCATION One of the most important problems challenging society today is the urgent need of reducing materially the terrific loss of life and property caused by accidents on the highways. The need and value of driver education and training lie squarely in the fact that traffic accidents are not the result of some unavoidable occurrence, but are caused. The auto- mobile is an inanimate machine. It has never of its own volition collided with another object. Traffic accidents result from failure of the automobile driver to adhere to physical and man-made laws, hence traffic accidents are preventable. Youth is inherently disrespectful of danger. Unfortunately, however, we too often dissipate our reckless, adventurous spirit through the operation of a motor vehicle by driving at high speeds and taking chances. Traffic accidents experience based upon measure of exposure, determined from miles driven has proved young drivers, 16-20, are involved in five times as many fatal acidenrs as drivers in the 45-50 age group. These facts are indicative of an alarming situation that carries clear-cut challenge to high schools of the nation. The need for driver education in high schools has long been appreciated. Therefore, the most effective medium for achievement of a permanent reduction of traffic accidents lies in teaching high school boys and girls the intelligent and safe use of the automobile which results from development of proper attitudes and habits, to- gether with manipulative slcills and a wholesome respect for dangers inherent in automobile driving. -Miss Mary Mayan 75 I X I . was-.za ,EES 225:- Q 57555555 - is fs-tfw Q : g ri THE STORE OF QUALITY CLOTHING . Botany 500 . Women'-Tex . Michazelf-Siem . Agmcwm . Beafkeley Sqzzmfe MAY NOT HAVE PRECISELY THE SUIT OR COAT YOU WANT THE DAY YOU CALL, BUT MORE ARE COMING SOON Join Our Suit Club Compliments of the Northumberland County Republican Committee HENRY LARK Cl: Mount Carmel Amusement Company lU7Z!1f'!jfZ61f'-- Seebmfg Mafia Syfiefm -,JPN -l-- N tell A 3 K 2 YY 229 South Oak Street, Mount Carmel Phones 1094, 1297 Have you heard about the Army's new l Technical School Plan? EEL- A F ElllEIlTRl6l ::Z:::::g.g-:'::-g.g.::.:-g.,:,:4. ,,,',A.4, H Y RAD RY sclzlwi . ,.'.-.-. 1.4--:-:-:-:g:5:::1:5:1:1-A ' ' -- - S mf-G sC'E'fIfilc ..... .... lx , W ,W .,..,. 5.c""N'NG CAREERS WITH A FUTURE U S Alr Force U. S. Army and If you're looking for a way to acquire sound training in a skill or trade, the U. S. A11my's recently announced Technical School Program enables you to select from nearly 100 courses the school offering the training you prefer, qualify for it before you enlist, and be assured of attending it after completion of basic training. The program is open to high school graduates between 17 and 34 years old. Non-high school graduates may also qualify for attendance after enlisting. The Technical School Program gives you a real opportunity to launch a profitable career - at good pay from the start. Your nearest U. S. Army and Air Force Recruiting Station has full details. Get them today! U. 5. ARMY AND AIR FORCE RECRUITING SIRVICI On ine field of .QDOVZLJ nnn' in ine gnnne qf ln? nzny yon nlwnyf be on ine winning ienfn Mount Carmel Brewery KESSLEKS . . . Leading Jewelers ,QW DIAMONDS WATC H E s JE WE L RY FOLLOW THE CROWD OF ALERT BUYERS 38-40 South Oak Street MILLER'S PIONEER CLEANERS Menif mm' Lazdief' High Class ' 73191 Clemem 42-44 NORTH MAPLE STREET MOUNT CARMEL MOTORS AND EQUIPMENT Co. Kazimf-Fmzeff I h lVi!6f5-Overland General Auto Repairs 5 SOUTH OAK STREET, MOUNT CARMEL T 1 ph 6 4 7365! Wifhey io the Clam of '48 'Lf' 11 L ANTHRACITE FIRE CO. No. 1 BRIDY MOTORS Olcfmzobile if Cadillac if G. M. C. Tmckf Distributor of Gm mm' Oi! MOUNT CARMEL and GREEN RIDGE Main Ofiice: Mount Carmel D. A. Kessler Construction Co., Inc 1 CULM RECOVERY I af ROAD CONSTRUCTION ff ROAD MAINTENANCE af STRIPPING if GRADING if EXCAVATING a Specialty Ojlce and Re.fidence.' 124 East Avenue, Mount Carmel . . . Phone 215 Yard: Third and Pine Streets . . . Phone 19-R KUZo BROS. dived 108 North Oak Street, Mount Car 1 Telephone 165-R Compliments of JOS. G. ZECOSKI Tax Colleafoff DRINK THE BEST Q, D14 Swett? Roof Beer Szm-Jer-mm' Peter Pam Beverages Nerbilfy Owmge TAMECKI SONS BOTTLING CO. Mount Carmel . . . Phone 311 Ashland 81 Shamokin Auto Bus Co Q Scheduled Service between Ashland and Shamokin Q Chartered Bus Service to any point in Pennsylvania T31-ZST WISI-IES .7 Mount Carmel Retail Liquor Dealers' Association A Complimentr of L. C. HARTZELL Manager J. C. PENNEY CO I A. E.Warakomski Compliments of Wbolerezle Conjifetlonery , , E. R. Bastress Qulnlnn Pretzels CO. O Wifi Seventh and Oak Streets Mount Carmel 27 South Poplar Street Phone 625 Shovlin 85 Hovanes Reeeeezllon Center 33 South Oak Street Lester R. Wehry REALTOR and GENERAL INSURANCE 27 East Second Street Phone 677 AKE LAITI S Photo Stttotto 246 South Oak Street TYE Auto Supply Co DeSoto and Pbfmozttb Com Corduroy Tim HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL MoPm' Party mm' flooeyyoriey for Plymouth, DeSoto, Chrysler and Dodge Cars and Trucks SECOND 8: GRAPE STREETS Phone 1011 Telephone 175 Bradley's Insurance Agency Reed Harkness 1725247417256 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Bondi and AUDITOR Rm! Estate 5 West Avenue, Mount Carmel Phone 321 AUDITS SYSTEMS TAX SERVICE Mount Carmel, Pa. We ref-use . , 'Polbfamm Natura! Bridge to GAMBLE - with youyigcblijzf . b M1ller Bros. .MMI X Sickness is a sufhcient misfortune in itself without adding to its seriousness or prolongation by inferior medicaments. This pharmacy realizes its great responsibility when entrusted with your doctor's pre- scription. We permit no commercial con- sideration to influence us in our purchase of quality drugs, and adhere strictly to our policy of accurately compounding for you just what your doctor ordered. SHOE STORE Shoes fir the Entire Ffzmibf 22 SOUTH OAK STREET MOUNT CARMEL Standard Drug Store NZ"m'Bmb Fm"m fczmozu fir , BOOK STORE Hot Dogs and H a m b ur g ers time 1921 ACADEMY BILLIARD PARLOR PAUL SOULGES, Prop. 20 NORTH OAK STREET ....Where Mount Carmel students have purchased School Supplies for a generation john Wardrop 81 Son Hmfcfwpzffe Merchants 27 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 374 Stylish Apparel for the Entire Family fifill Your Charge Account if ifzvited 141 SOUTH OAK STREET MOUNT CARMEL Congratulations mm' Bert Wiiber to the Clam of '48 REA 81 DERICK INC. We Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions O Expert Truss Fitting O Headquarters for Elastic Goods, Stockings and Abdominal Supporters A Wolfgang Electric Service if 16 West Fifth Street Phone 540 "Alwety.f the Beit Beit Wixbex to the Clase of '48 J: 0 Pc: t cfs C1 0 t h C s S h 0 P LOUIS GROSSMAN PETE MEHOK S WINNIE CALLAGHY N orth's jewelry Store a A good place to buy a WATCH 108 SOUTH OAK STREET The Mozmt Carmel Item extends eongmtztlettiom and beyt wishes to the Clan 61948 fl. Rockaflleff Co. King Music House EVERYTHING MUSICAL E l e c t If i c: al Contractors f f? - 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET 24 North Oak St., Mount Carmel Phone 190 Phone 111011 Best Wishes for the Class of '48 P67Q7726l7fZ If Plumbing 141 West Third Street . . .Phone 141 Compliments of Andy? Pffodzzte Telephone 1 2 1 2 Compliments of GETRICI-I'S Light Lunch Dr. W. A. Snyder '? Optometrist X Third and Maple Streets THIRD at OAK STREETS Phone 9787 TELEPHONE 400 CHARLES H. REITZ Attorney-at-Law 11 WEST THIRD STREET MOUNT CARMEL Albertini Motor Co. BUICK PONTIAC CARS-CHEVROLET-TRUCKS Complete Automotive Seroife Dealers in Guaranteed Quality Usea' Cars 218-224 West Third Street Phone 116 b H E N L E E ' S Mozmzf Cmfmolk Compliment! of Foremoovf Ladies' Wearing Apparel S E 159 South Oak Street Phone 583 FLORSHEIM JARMAN W. C. H9.Cli 86 SOIIS FORTUNE DEPENDABLE Q50 C8006 Hardware KXQQ5 and Cjqybqo Electrical Appliances S E L B Y TWEEDIE 8 NORTH OAK STREET FOOTREST Telephone 596 Anthtacite Auto Supply flntomotioe Rqblneement Petets Complete Machine Snolb Service 105 WEST AVENUE Phones 1220 or 1304 Compliments of Eugene Mattucci Higgins Funeral Service Compliments of Kerstetter 85 Veach Building i Supply Co. Nothing overdone... Seventh and Vine Streets Nothing Undone Phone 1450 COMPLIMENTS OF Cummins Diesel Engines INC. George N. Kerstetter f jewelry ff Diamonds f swf 16 East Fifth Street Mount Carmel invest Wishes from Shimlcois Goodrich Milk Products Dr. L. E. Gergen Olbfomeisfisi Mount Carmel Always the newer! thingy in Clothing Shoes and Furnishings for young men of taste Inquire izhont our Pre-Payment Clothing Plain P. A. Stief 81 Sons 9-13 North Oak Street Compliments of Reed's Milk and Ice Cream Co. Mount Carmel and Shamokin To the Class of '48 . . . Forward ener, Bnchwnrn' newer ! I ,ln -' f U40 Girardini Bakery It Pnyf I0 Plny! Mount Carmel Sporting Goods Fourth and Apple Streets Phone 471-R Everything jhr Sports Com-plimenlx of Bruno Bevivino Lumber Co. Complimenlf of Geist-Berkanski Post 'if 91 American Legion Complimenls of Semerod's Beauty Shoppe 305 South Maple Street Phone 6784 Compliments of St. Peter's Youth Council TSN U7i.rZ1ey ! Cofvzplimmrs M Rev. Skibinski Hartmnft 86 Ryan C. S. SP. M. O. C. Church Compliments of Conzplimentf of GO Varands Warehouse Tailor 138 West Third Street REINER BROS. Baila'ing Salololier 428 SOUTH MARKET STREET MOUNT CARMEL 'PHONE 822 jhr faster, finer Cooking are GAS In the Cizjf Mount Carmel Citizens' Gas Co. In the Coantry Gas Oil Products, Inc. QBOTTLED GASJ 113 North Oak Street, Mount Carmel Phone 494 Ga: if quick, clean, dependable, eronomiea! fir Cooking, Rqfrigeration, Water Heating, Hoare Heating Mount Carmel Photographic Supply Photo Finirhem Coinineifoial Photographers '33 117-119 North Oak Street Phone 1532 Compliments or' Dr. Charles A. Feifer Tentirt Always Ask For H. J. POWIS KRAMER and SONS Sign Shop GINGER ALE 1 16 South Hickory Street M ld . , H le fiom Phone 198 Pure Gmger R001 A. V. MISCAVAGE BOLSTRUM TIRE SERVICE B. F. Goodrich Tires V1llC!l7ZjZi7Zg AII Forms of Insurance N ozfzzry Public 4 North Oak Street I 71 H mmf' of the Gold Sim' M0tfLe1'5 DOROTHY F. HOWENSTINE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Music Sfudia WORLD WAR I WORLD WAR H VVoo1Worth Building TOM CUFF NEW YORK sHoE SHINE GULF SERVICE STATION Tires and Battefies and HAT CLEANING PARLOR 36 South Oak Street VICTORIA THEATER Mount Carmel RAMAGE'S SERVICE STATIONS "Where Quality Counts" Mount Carmel-Phone 9762 Logan-Phone Ashland 914-l ATLANTIC GAS AND OIL Kerosene-White Gas Tires-Accessori Groceries and Confectionery R. GUINAN 8. COMPANY Stores at WALTER MILEWSKI, Jr. Plumbing MOUNT CARMEL and MAHANOY CITY Heatmg SHAMOKIN DR. JAMES A. MORRISON Dentist DINGER SHOE STORE BOSTONIAN and ENNA JETTICK HENRIETTA BEAUTY SALON Henrietta Akelaitis All Branches of Beauty Work 244 SOUTH OAK STREET PHONE 1011 MILLER'S AUTO SUPPLIES Inc. 41 South Oak Street , l General Merchandise Plumbing Supplies Work Clothes" Wallpaper and Paints Fur Clothes Electric Appliances Compliments of SHAPIRO'S 206 South Oak St., Mount Carmel Phone 1235 FICCA BROS. Atlas-Telephone 466 Cotton Piece Goods Fluorescent Lights Rayon Piece Goods Rugs and Linoleum Draperies and Curtains Mattresses PARRY'S Meats, Poultry cmd Groceries 123 North Oak Street POPULAR FINANCE CO., Inc. Guarantee Trust Bldg. Phone 1144- Phone 5 s.A.RE1MERT Manager W. H. YODER ' All Kinds of Insurance POTTS BROS. Z3 East Second Street Phone 1226 SUPERIOR ELECTRIC SERVICE Featuring a Complete Line of Hotpoint Electrical Appliances E112 gift Shay George D. Miller Canis and Giftr for all occasions M agczzifzer 15 West Third Street ANN'S DRESS SHOP 210 South Oak Street Phone 1 170 J. WARREN GEIST General INSURANCE 0 Guarantee Trust Building SCHELL'S FLOWER SHOP STERN'S SPECIALTY SHOPPE Corxages Our Specialty E'U61'y1ffli7lg for the FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE , , Kzddzex 208 South Oak Street 134 South Oak Street Phfme 564 Phone 1184 NESBITT'S CUT RATE DR. PAUL A. SCHNEIDER MOM CfH'mf2l'f Original Cut Rate Dentist O Fourth and Oak Streets 4 HODRICK'S APPLIANCE CENTER Fifth and Oak Streets O Buy your Radio from a "Radio M07Z,, P RCA Victor P St1'OH1IJC1'g-CEl1'ISOl'1 Radios P Leonard Refrigerators CONNAGHAN'S MUSIC STORE 26 North Oak Street Compliments of LYONS' LAUNDRY Weddivzg 8: Portrait Plzozfogmjbhefzr VICTORIA STUDIOS SHAMOKIN Phone 1853 MOUNT CARMEL Phone 624 Compliments of PINE BURR BARBECUE Only Quality Food Served Fresh Daily Compliments of ATLAS HARDWARE CO. BILLMAN'S fnmom for Tharp's Ice Cream VAI.LISH'S Fine F?ll'7Zif7ll'8, F mzr, Shoe: MOUNT CARMEL HOSIERY MILL STORE Complete Line of LacIies', Childrexfs, MCIIDS Hosiery 22 EAST FOURTH STREET Compliments of SHIMOCK'S 241 South Oak Street HELEN B. LYONS General INSURANCE Guarantee Trust Building DR. HARRY L. LOGAN Dentist H. O. MOSER Succexs and H fzppifzess to the Cflzm' of 1948 JOSEPH PATRICK Compliments of A. LUCAS Compliments of Dtistributof-' L. W. WEISSINGER 427 East Fifth Street Phone 422 Compliments of WORKMEN'S SUPPLY CO. GEO. F. LANUSKEY Tailor- Clothier French Dry,Cleaning 236 SOUTH OAK STREET MOUNT CARMEL PHONE 129 A FRIEND Compliments of PEOPI.E'S FOOD MARKET 4-th 85 Hickory Streets IDEAL DRY CLEANING SHOP ' ' Gifts ' Novelties ' Nylon Hose Phone 1490 Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE Compliments of SMART DRESS SHOP Compliments of JESSlE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 4-5 0 COHEN'S VVallpaper-Paints-Stove Repairs M omit Carmel Succesx to the Clan' of '48 Q BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak St. Compliments of MICHAEL MILO Justice of the Peace DR. H. H. MAGINNIS Dentist A FRIEND HALEY'S FLOWER SHOPPE F lofwers for All Occasions DAY PHONE 803 NIGHT PHONE 419-W 49 West Fourth Street Succeff to the Class of 1948 ENOCH V. KORNASKI . A FRIEND Samtary Barber Shop 43 EAST FIFTH STREET JAY'S Compliments of DR. M. M. UFBERG 134 South Oak Street Phone 1565 ,, Y ,,,,,,,,, -Y W-Y-,J V .-V-W 2-V-7 -V-V---f -Y -----fwv 1 --W W "" 'W' W W W W W . 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