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

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The traveler of 1849 had to trust to chance on his journey through the wilderness, he had no map to help him. In school we have plotted our maps, carefully eliminating the detours. Each day saw a clarity added to it that any '49er will find easy to follow. 'Our Leader-God . . . " The pioneer of 1849 had no leader, no guide, except the eager beckoning of fame and fortune. He soon found that this fickle guide too often misled him. We have found a far more dependable Guide - God. Our Aim-Perfection." Our "financiers", the administration, have taught us the value of perfection, and what is more, how to dis- tinguish it from the "fool's gold" which so often led the pioneer to his destruction. Too late the poor prospector discovered his prized "strike" was only a piece of worthless yellow rock. Let us hope we have learn- ed to recognize the genuine, always. We the "prospectors" of 1949 owe much to our counterparts of 18495 they have given us an example of initiative and perseverance which will help us immensely. Surely, with our maps, our equipment, and such an excellent Guide, our mission will terminate in a success far above the successes of any '49er. 444444444444444444 44044644644-4446644 GG THE CARMELITE I949 ,JAM Water P bl hed by THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania QQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQ-9999 Con fell tri FIN!-XNEIEIIS PHUSPEETUIIS TEN IIEIIFEET ACTIVITIES SPUIITS ADVERTISING '49 ljorewnrd In the past three years we, the class of 1949, have spent the better part of our lives in our Alma Mater. We have tried to present here a picture of our school life as we have lived it. We hope-, in the future, that this book will recapture the memories of our friendships, hard- ships, and the pleasantries that are a part of everyone's school days. In later life, if you can recall again the spirit of com- radeship and loyalty that has distinguished these three yefars as the best of our lives, this book has served its purpose. if '49 -- Miss Helen A. Carroll Mr. Joseph A. Paskevich DEUIIIATIU To Miss Helen A. Carroll and Mr. Joseph A. Paskevich We, the class of 1949, realize our good fortune in hav- ing two such splendid advisers as you. With your tire- less efforts and unfailing devotion, you have made our stay in high school pleasant and lucrative. To you, We dedicate this issue of "The Carmelite" and we wish to express our sincerest gratitude and heartfelt thanks for your guidance and cooperation during our high school career. '-'-- '49 z'nancl'e'z.4 ..i.....,...-'49..-....,............... Board oi Edooaiioo Seated, Left to Right-Mr. Jess Singley, Mr. Michael Pachuta, Mr. Joseph Patrick, Mr. Adolph Guzevich. Standing-Mr. Charles H, Reitz, Solicitorg Mr. John Olshefsk, Mr. Frank Karninski, Mr. J. Walter Penman, Mr. Gerald A. Beierschmitt, Superintendent of Schools. Uiiioars President ...... Mr. Joseph Patrick Vice President . . . . . . Mr. Adolph Guzevich Secretary ......... . . . Mr. Michael Pachuta Treasurer ................. ....... M r. Jess Singley Mr. John Olshefski Mr. Frank Kaminski Mr. J. Walter Penman Solicitor ....................... Mr. Charles H. Reitz To The Board Ui ,Education At this time We, the class of 1949, Wish to express our gratitude to the Board of Education for all that they have done. Their efforts to make our school-days perfect in every respect will continue to be ap- preciated in the years to come. f-'- '49 MR. GERALD A. BEIERSCHMITT SUPERINTENDENT' OF SCHOOLS A. B. College of the Holy Cross A. M. Bucknell University MR. VINCENT W. MCHAIL PRINCIPAL OF THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University 1 n1 ii- TO MR. BEIERSCHMITT The class of '49 endeavors to show its gratitude to Mr. Beierschmitt for his un- failing cooperation. He has been the connecting link between the school man- agement and the school administration and as such, has more than aptly perform- ed his duties during our high school career. TO MR. MCHAIL We wish to express our thanks to you, Mr. McHail, for your unselfish directing of our high school life. As principal, you have guided our steps to a more mature outlook on life. A competent high school principal is necessary for a well-rounded education, and you have supplied that factor. '49 A TU THE FAEULTY The members of the Senior Class will never forget the unselfish counsel, the patience, and encouragement they have received from so excellent a faculty. They will be remembered for their unfailing sin- cerity, but first, as true friends. Mr. Vincent W. McHail Principal Mathematics A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University Member of Assemblies Committee Adviser of the Carmelite Weekly Adviser of the Chess Club Miss Ada D. Bahner English Member of the Scholarship Committee Literary Adviser of The Spotlight Adviser of the Quill and Scroll Adviser of the Bridge Club Mr. Timothy E. Barnes Chemistry A. B. Susquehanna University M. Ed. Pennsylvania State College Member of the Scholarship Committee Adviser of the Hall Patrol Adviser of the Chemistry Club and the Camera Club '49 Mr. Frank S. Bartos Vocational Carpentry Industrial Arts B. S. Bucknell University Adviser of the Cog Miss Kathryn E. Billman Mathematics A. B. Albright College Head of the Mathematics Department Member of the Scholarship and the Social Committees Directress of Clubs Adviser of the Pinochle Club Mr. Charles A. Boleske Problems of Democracy History A. B. Harvard University A. M. Columba University Assistant Principal of the Senior High School Member of the Scholarship Committee Guidance Counselor of Senior Boys Adviser of the Travel Club Mr. Harry W. Boyer Machine Shop Kansas City Mechanical Institute Pennsylvania State College Bloomsburg State Teachers College Mr. Gerald R. Breslin History Biology A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University Coach of Cross-Country and Track Coach of Junior High School Football Member of the Scholarship Committee Guidance Counselor of Junior Boys Miss Helen A. Carroll Commercial Subjects B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Production Adviser of the IXL! and the Spotlight Member of the Social Committee Directress of the Sales of Stamps and Government Bonds Co-Adviser of the Dancing Club Co.Adviser of thc Class of 1949 Mrs. Ramona S. Cecil English Spanish A. B. College of New Rochelle Member of the Scholarship and the Assemblies Committees Co-Adviser of the Dramatic Club Co-Adviser of the Masque and Gavel Guidance Counselor of Senior Girls Mr. Walter S. Chesney Commercial Subjects B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College A. M. New York University Head of the Commercial Department Member of the Scholarship and the Assemblies Committees Adviser of the Student Council Miss Elizabeth Howard Problems of Democracy German Ph. B. Dickinson College Head of the Social Studies Department Chairman of the Scholarship, the Flower, and the Assemblies Committees Adviser of the National Honor Society Adviser of the Girls' Hiking Club Miss Nellie E. Johnson English A. B. Bucknell University Head of the English Department Literary Adviser of the IXL Member of the Scholarship Committee Adviser of the Literary Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1951 Mr. Joseph W. Kozlowski Physics Chemistry B. S. in Ed. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Co-Adviser of the Class of 1950 School Photographer Mrs. Irene K. 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 Co-Adviser of the Dancing Club Miss Marie G. McCarthy Biology A. B. Boston University Central Treasurer of the Activities Fund of the Senior High School Head of the Science Department Member of the Scholarship Committee Miss Mary R. Mayan Girls' Physical Educat.on Health B. S. Temple University Head of the Head of the Physical Education Department Directress of Girls' Intra-Mural Sports Member of the Social Committee Adviser of Cheerleaders Guidance Counselor of Junior Girls Mr. Glenn F. Menges Aviation Shop Mathematics History B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Faculty Director of Athletics Coach of Varsity Basketball Guidancei Counselor of Sophomore Boys Adviser of the Boys' Rifle Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1951 Miss Edna G. Olshefski Latin A. B. Susquehanna University Librarian Adviser of the Library Club Mss Teresa M. Pasersky Vocal Music B. M. in Music Education, Immaculata College Music Supervisor of Schools Directress of Girls' Glee Club Directress of Boys, Glee Club Mr. Joseph A. Paskevich Boys' Physical Education Health B. S. Fordham University Coach of J. V. Basketball Assistant Coach of Varsity Football Director of Boys' Intra-Mural Sports Adviser of the Hunting and Fishing Club Co-Adviser of the Class of 1949 Miss Edna M. Rowe English A. B. Susquehanna University Member of the Scholarship Committee Adviser of the Yearbook Vliss Catherne M. Scicchitano French History A,B. Immaculata College A. M. Pennsylvania State College Head of the Foreign Languages Department Chairman of the Social Committee Member of the Scholarship and the Assemblies Committees Co-Adviser of the Dramatic Club Masque and Gavel Concession Stand Guidance Counselor of the Sophomore Girls Mr. Jacob P. Sebastian Vocational Education B. S. Pennsylvania State College M. Ed. Pennsylvania State College Director of Vocational Education Miss Regina G. Shovlin Home Economics History B. S. Home Economics, Immaculata College Member of the Social Committee Co-Adviser of the Concession Stand Class of 1950 Adviser of the Social Etiquette Club Mr. Joseph J. Stief Instrumental Music C0mb's Conservatory of Music Philadelphia Musical Academy Director of the Band Mr. Michael A. Terry Driver Education B. S. in Biology. Villanova College Instructor in Safety Education and Driver Training Head Coach of Varsity Football Adviser of Lettermen's Club Mrs. Dorothy K. Boleskc Substitute Teacher A. B. Wilson College Mrs. Mary T. Ludes Substitute Teacher B. S. Pennsylvania State College Mrs. Kathryn C. McHail Substitute Teacher A. B. Susquehanna University SCHOOL ASSISTANTS Miss E. Bodner G. Adams J. Levandosky Principal's Secretary Preparation for D,sm1ssa1 School Artist Stage Hands Mirneograph Operators Sale gf Government Bonds and Stamps F. Mosczynski A L. Demick W. smith School Attendance- Officer Custodian Assistant Custodian ---' '49 'cospectou L '49 Senior Class M . mf J. Ramage, E. Guizzetti, L. Cortelllini, G. Adams OFFICERS President ............. GLENN ADAMS Vice-President . LORRAINE CORTELLINI Secretary ..... ELIZABETH GUIZZETTI Treasurer ..,,...... JAMES RAMAGE Blass dvisers f , fi Miss Helen A. Carroll Mr. Joseph A. Paskevich ' Motto--Our Leader-Godg Our Aim-Perfection. Colors-White and Gold. Flower-Violet. '49 - X o 5 Qwb-4' UIWM 0' ,Iwub f'!f KVW5' V ClennT. Adams .l ' "Bonesy" fl Q," ACADEMIC Popular . . . all-round athlete infectious grin . . goodnatured Advertising Staft 35 varsny Football squad 1, 2, 35 v'a1-sity Football Team 1, 2, 35 J. v. lfootball Squad 15 J. v. limit- ball 'team 15 Varsity Baskei- hall 'l eam 1,2,35 Track 'l eam 1, 2,35 1-lall 152-1tI'0l 35 Student Luuncil 1,35 C.als President 1,35 Boys' Glee Club 15 Dra- matic Club 1,2,35 Dancing Clllh 15 Letter Men's Club l, 2,35 Rifle Club 2,35 Pinochle Club 3. Marie A. Anreano "Spitfire" GENERAL Petite. . .peppy cheerlead- er. . .shining countenance . . .extensive wardrobe. Cheerleader 35 Advertising Stall' 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 25 Student Coun- cil 1, 35 Class Vice-Pres- ident 15 Girl's Basketball 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35Dancing'Cjttb 1 . 1' Edward fgikitliglglvi cfm' j'A'ndrews" A, l, -A GE K 23' Tagnt daiit rw, .perpet- ual' asesgqjgidilferent hto stu iqs. .- katiwe. J ', 1 Class ,lPlay 25 lVLas lie' and GavelJ35 Boys' GlefClub 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 15 Biology Club 1. Glenn E. Angeli "Amgen GENERAL Bashful. . .thoughtful . . ready smile. . cooperative. Pinochle Club 25 Dancing Club 35 Boys' Hiking Club 1. tl V 345 13. 3 'IW tx W3 3' 5 at A-:if I .,., .,,. 1 ., -t, .,,.. '5 ,.,. 2 .Q it ,1 .iq tf ' .554 ,V y .... - 't M W i?-:Y-.'i 1 mir- 5? f' 6. .Q Y -ill' ll 'QW rf' john H. Aurand ICACGYY GENERAL Mischievous. . .study shy . . .booming voice. . .argu- mentative. J. V. Football Squad 1: Track Team 15 Library Club 25 Rifle -Club 3. Raymond Bailey "Booder' ' GENERAL Quiet. . .sense of humor. . . girl shy. . trustworthy. Rifle Club 3. john Harder I Y GENERAL Agrceable. . .fun loving. . . haunts the library. . .easy going. Stage Hand 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Biology Club 15 The Cog 2, 3. 1 Morton B. Baskin H Mortyn GENERAL Restless. . .ready for fun . . .incessant talker. . .at- tractive blue eyes. Varsity Football Team 2, 35 J. V. Football Squad 15 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Track Team 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. '49 1 Ruth A. Beaver "Ruthie" COMMERCIAL Inquisitive. . friendly. . . Township follower. . .good sport. Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Club 25 Social Et'qu tte Club 2, 35 Cam ra l and Scrol 3 GENERAL Never worries. . .heckles girls. . .tallster. . .loafs at angis'. Pinochle Club 3. Dorothy A. Bolesta "Bolest" Basketball enthusiast. . . energetic. . .enjoys dancing . . .chatterbox. Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hiking 'Club 35 Danc- ing Club 1, 2, 3. Rita T. Boltralik "Dimples' ' GENERAL Witty. . .reliable. . .friendly . . .persistent gum chewer. Spotlight Reporter 35 Class Play 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hiking Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 35 Pinochle Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Camera Club 3. 'Wg 'HQ f I as-Awlyvfx I ti '4 ak .. -.-,gk-, . V' .5523 iii? ASV in 1 f a. .1 'Q v Ji is M it si?" Q gl. Ei'-1 ml' Q S iX....w' joseph T. Cero flzipl, GENERAL Bored with school. . .truck- driver. . .unassuming . . seldom heard. Dancing Club 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing -Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 2, 3. Vincent I. Chesney "Ches" GENERAL Seldom seen after school. . . hearty laugh. . .homework dodger. . .tease. Dancing Club 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. Marie Chmielewski lfehimff COMMERCIAL Sincere. . .loquaciou's. . . enjoys school. . .pleasing smile. Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 Spotlight Typist 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Pinochle Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Nicholas C. S. Cillo KfNickyY, GENERAL Steers clear of females. . outspoken. . .carefree. . independent. Marie T. Cimino KlQll6IllllC,, GENERAL Jet black tresses. . .loves dancing. . .consistent giggler . . .animated. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 33 Concession Stand 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 3. Raymond A. Ciokajlo "Chick" GENERAL Shy. . .well-liked. . .reserv- ed. . .track star. J. V. Basketball Team 13 Track Team 23 Letter Men's Club 23 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 23 Boys' Hiking Club 1 Ia0l'l'illJiC P. Cortellini True friend. . .sugal a d s 5 ,AN 'K '-72 "-7 --up . . Sens of hum r -N M K iderate ii? ni'-Q Q' po ' e ort - IXL Re- ' A A ter 2,33 Stude - u cil 1, 'M' 23 Class Pl 23 'ce E V Presid . GMS' as lrls' Hiking ee Club Lv, ambxa tic , a cin l , 1' a ,Year 9- 'N is 1 or 33 Nati ono XSD- K 5 1 3' Masliue d Gav 33, ' 1 d Scroll 3. V ,LQIV -05 u u N RC J 4 ' I P 1 eff rwes anci I 3 Giris' V ' 5 5? 1 P ff' fzlxp l x I s 3 ' I X J' fp My 39... .ha . 1 h to! QI ' . I1 - 'wx-X f a-: ook sa o it G' 1 Htl ' Wah s -1- C1 1 a l ub Ii, :V a, 4 :Op- E 3 ss 2. ,fx I vw. Antoinette M. Czerwinski "Toni" COMMERCIAL Argumentative . . . change- able . . . critical . . . attrac- tive eyes. Spotlight Reporter 33 Class Play 23 Girls' Hiking Clulb 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Pi- nochle Club 33 Dramatic Club 3. Charles P. Dallazia ' 'Chas" GENERAL Tall and dark . . . agreeable . . . conservative . . . strong, silent type llarry T. Davis "Dave" GENERAL Unpredictable . . . well- groomed . . . mechanically inclined . . . easy going. J. V. Football Team 13 J. V. Football Squad 13 Varsity Basketball Team 23 Track Team 23 The Cog 2, 33 Pi1'10- chl-e Club 33 Chess Club 13 Rifle Club 3. Paul H. Dietz "Petie' ' ACADEMIC Co-operative . . . congenial girl teaser . . . good friend. Hall Patrol 33 Football Man- ager 1, 2, 33 Student Coun- cil 23 Pinochle Club 3. Edward M. Dropeskey ' ' Droper' ' ACADEMIC Artistic ability . . . tall and lanky . . . restless . . . prankster. Raymond YV. Eisenhaugh "Icebox" GENERAL Rapid speaker . . . ambi- tious . . . current events fiend . . . ready smile. Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. Pernard C. Essip ' 'Bern" GENERAL Spare time a mystery . . . dreads report card day . . . easy-going . . . moody. The Cog 2, 3. Iona L. Evans "Iona" I, GENERAL Industrious . . . talkative . . . pleasant and cheerful . . . imaginative. Concession Stand 35 Girls' Glee Club 33 Literary Club 3g Library Club 1, 2g Social Etiquette Club 3. f l at H-'Ev Q55 ff K ...lil 'QSM .Hx C FR ig: 'JPN Q an ,w f 1 new ...K A Q! ar, -an-f an 5,419+ al sw' fig 'im IJ.. ' 1 ll, gy If Ny. I s. 1' x X I '49 M39 Mary A. Fabrizio "Mary" COMMERCIAL Pert . . . ready for fun . . . Student Council 13 Girls' Staudent Council 15 Girls' Hiking Club 3. Fred Fantini "Fritz' ' GENERAL Outdoor addict . . . short and dark . . . man of few words . . . "side burns". Dancing Club lg Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 35 Rifle Club 33 The Cog 2, 3. NVilliam P. Farrell "Blackie" GENERAL Movie-goer . . . jokester . .. always on the move . . . co-operative. Boys' Glee Club 1, 2g Pino- chle Club 1, 2g Dancing Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 3. Marie Fedorshock "Marie" COMMERCIAL An asset to Reedls . . . trim wardrobe . . . unassuming . . . becoming hair-do. Girls' Hiking Club 33 Liter- ary Club 3. Joseph P. Feifer 511065, ACADEMIC ".Pachuta's special" . . . sharp dresser . . . Well- known . . . thrills female sports fans. Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Dancing Club 1, 2, 3, Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 3, Talent Show 1, 2. Stephen W. F orktus "Foozy' ' GENERAL Races with the buzzer . . . everybody's friend . . . broad-jump specialist . . . flashing smile. Varsity Football Squad 3, Varsity Football Team 3, J. V. Football Squad 1, J. V. Football Team 1, Varsity Basketball Team 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Hall Patrol 3, Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 3. Marion K. Francis "Marion" GENERAL Independent . . . never wor- ries about the future . . . weakness for pretzels . . . regular church-goer. Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Liter- ary Club 3, Library Club 1, Social Etiquett-e Club 2, 3. ' 'Aul ' ' Audrey F routz GENERAL Hearty laugh . . . consistent Worker . . . enjoys a good time . . . unselfish. Girls' Hiking Club 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Social Etiquette Club 3. It it ' X. u Qt, , 1 1. 1 fa. .4ff,f,wff.31,Le , Ss tr. ap 'r 'P an 3 ' 4 3 h '55-1 J 4 It .3 '- I '-'F 4 qt, Gloria M . Furio "Gloria" COMMERCIAL Beautician . . . demure . . neat . . . avid reader. Class Play 2, Girls' Hiking Club 3, Girls, Glee Club 3, Literary Club 3, Dancing Club 3, Camera Club 3. joseph I. Geslock "Gander" GENERAL Keen sense of humor . . . habitual tease . . . unusu- ally tall . . . gentletman of leisure. Track 2, Pinochle Club 2. Carl E. Gissel "Gitch" GENERAL Mischievous . . . witty . . . likeable . . . sport stories fiend. Spotlight Reporter 3, Var- sity Basketball Team 2, Cross-Country 1, Pinochle b 1, 2, Dramtic Club 2, 3, ncingJClSlb 3. I 'ep sman' A I I -4 W3 5-Wig Ch g' oods w'n- at . s . . da r e in ' ' ist-" '49 . . . , J var' ,Foot?ggl'Squ ' Varsit Foot all Te JJV. ball 1, . Footb Team , D cing Club , ravel l 3. Lamar R. Cribbin K lFatY7 GENERAL X Smooth dancer . . . devoted to his harmonica . . .friend- ly . . . sleek pompadour. Varsity Football Squad 23 J. V. Football Team 13 Pino- chle Club 23 Boys' Hiking Club 1. Walter Cronski "Peewee' ' GENERAL Pearly teeth . . . carefree . . . unruly blond hair . . . true friend. Track Team 2, 33 Boys' Hik- ing Club 1. Marilyn E. Grossman "Marilyn" ACADEMIC Tall and willowy . . . drama- tic . . . witty . . . wide va- riety of interests. Spotlight Reporter 2,33 IXL Reporter 33 Yearbook Liter- ary Staff 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 33 Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2,33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Bridge Club 1,2,3j Oper- etta 1,23 National Honor So- ciety 33 Masque and Gavel 33 Qui.ll and Scroll 3. Anthony A. Cuarua K 7 GENERAL Surplus energy . . . big tease . . . argumentative . . . en- thusiastic. Cheerleader 33 Cross-Coun- try 23 Track Team 2, 33 Class Play 2. 33 Boys' Glee Club 33 Pinochle Club 23 Dramat- ic Club 33 Chess Club 2, 33 Travel Club 3. 4365 iw? rf! le 'Vu wq' 'Wagga Q E-3' 41 'al ' , f mv' . . 3 399- A : i , rw i 5 'N 'mr A-f,, x "K-...LYS A 3 we '49 Caroline M. Guizzetti "Carol" COMMERCIAL Discreet . . . accomplished vo- calist . . . attractive . . . de- termined. Cheerleader 33 Spotlight Re- porter 2,33 Yearbook Sales Committee 23 Class Play 1,23 Operetta 1,23 Student Coun- cil 2,33 Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Bridge Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 National Ho-nor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 3. Elizabeth L. Cuizzetti "Betty" COMMERCIAL Pretty . . . lovely voice I . charming smile . . wide ir- cl of .adrnil?gyfS. ef ' - warlike 3515130 iig 1 or ' , 3St1 ent u llkg Cla Play 23 O ta 13' ass Secr' ary , 3 Gir " Bas etballgg 2w irls' H' ' ' s G1 +C u D ic C ' ncin 1 , y v- , 1 8 Cl A ' ' 1 b ,2,33 ,diy i, 3, Day UVM! Club 1, 2, a.lent Show 23l JF Masque d Gavel 2,3 ' V l wat Robert F. Harrison ' ' Harr' ' GENERAL Miss Billman's pest . . . easy going . . . man of few words . . . favorite subject "Li- brary". Pinochle Club 2, 33 Biology Club 1, 2. joseph J. Heiser llI0e,, GENERAL Jovial . . . late comer . . . willing . . . slow, effective smile. Olga I. Homanick KlArCh7! GENERAL Short and sweet . . . dark tresses . . . expressive hands . . . modest. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 13 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Clufb 1, 33 Dra- matic Club 33 Dancing Club 1, 33 Camera Club 3. Mary A. Homitz ' 'Marieu GENERAL Honey ,blond-e . . .flirty eyes . . . loquacious . . . flashy smile. Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 13 Camera Club 3. Gerald T. Hosgood ujerryn GENERAL Lithe . . . conservative . . . unflustered by females . . . moody. Pinochle Club 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Boys' Hiking Club 1. john ll. Hovanes "Bonna" ACADEMIC Class comedian . . . every- body's friend . . . reliable . . .livewire. Spotlight Report 33 IXL Re- porter 33 Hall Patrol 33 Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 33 Class Play 1, 23 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 13 Masque and Gavel 3. Z .,,,' . "' 3 .55 :15 'I A I Q -2. 2 3 429 3 .-'via 4 1 f tw new 3 T" F .gf Q '36 img.. 1' 3, 'NX Aww QW '49 Helen Hutnick " Helena' ' COMMERCIAL Studious . . . shorthand whiz . . . loyal . . . capable. Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typ- ist 33 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club 1. janice AI- .Iazwiuski SCJ I 79 GENERAL Always writing letters . . . likes to skate . . . energetic . . .talker. Class Play 13 Girls' Basket- ball l, 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Pinochle Club 13 Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 3. Betty Lou john "johnny" F. ACADEMIC 'Plentykofv ' I short ldtirlyllecks . . ' locker period . . . q ck- emp r Cheer l r lent D , lass Play 2 Girl as Sfpsali , Dsh1lrls'1'Qe Club 1, 3- in chle ub u 1, , 3, Dancing Clq 3" iol y Club 1, 23 Tr lb , Operetta 1, 23 Mas ue and Gavel 3. Nlary Ann F. Karpinski "Kzu'pi" GENERAL Licensed beautician .... laughing eyes . . . lik-es the Irish . . . sharp wit. Carrnelite Weekly Reporter 13 Spotlight Reporter 33 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Pino- chle Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 Literary Club 33 Danc- ing Club 13 Social Etiquette Club 23 Camera Club 33 Talent Show 1, 2. fYl4AJVL- Louise C. Karwacki "Bonnie" GENERAL Blue-eyed blond-e . . . den- tal assistant . . . impish smile . . . disinterested. Carmelite Reporter 33 Spot- light Reporter 33 Concession Stand 33 Girl's Glee Club 1, 33 Literary Club 33 Danc- ing Club lg Social Etiquette Club 1. Victor Karycki I lViC, Y GENERAL Ladies' man . . . Grecian profile . . . accordianist . . . seldom serious. Varisty Football Squad 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 33 J. V. Football Squad lg J. V. Football Team 13 Track Team 13 Pinochle Cluzb 13 Letter Menls Club 2, 3. Iohn R. Kautter "johnny" GENERAL Athletic build . . . well- liked . . . curious . . . en- gaging grin. Varsity Football Squad 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 2, 33 J. V. Football Squad 13 J. V. Football Team 13 Track Team 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 33 Pinochle Club 23 Dancing Club 33 Letter Men's Club 2, 33 Rifle Club 2. Mary E. Keefer ' ' M ar' ' GENERAL Sense of humor . . . wide circle of admirers . . . likes to dance . . . unusual gait. IXL Reporter 33 Talent Show 1, 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Clufb 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club 33 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 3. ' if Q 13 I .auP"' ' wil? 5 Aiig if' A 52 :Lg J .3 f 'eg 3,3 5.3 ff: fe ,5: 5 3.3 M 5. gferg iii :': 'Q it H ' 3,3 . 3 g -f,.,x 5 'QT . me 'FSM Sl 03.5 '49 A. Robert Kehler fCArch!! GENERAL Black, wavy hair . . . never worries . . . sincere . . . works at the State. Russell N. Kehler "Russ" ACADEMIC Smooth dancer . . . good- looking . . . winning per- sonality . . . mannerly. Varsity Football Squad, 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 2, 33 J. V. Football Squad 13 Track Team 2, 33 Pinochle Club 2, 33 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. Ieanette Keller "Jeanette" GENERAL Tranquil . . . trustworthy . . . dislikes school . . . eager to help. Girls' Hiking Club 33 Danc- ing Club 13 Library Club 2, 33 Social Etiquette Club 2, 3. Blaine F. Kessler SKKGSSYY GENERAL Tall, dark, and handsome . . . reliable . . . winning ways . . . considerate. Band 1, 2, 33 J. V. Football Squad 13 J. V. Football Team 13 Hall Patrol 33 The Cog 2, 33 Boys' Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 Danc- ing Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Boys' Hik- ing Club 1. Charles VV. Kessler "Bill" GENERAL Mischievous . . . gift of gab . . . net . . . clean cut. Varsity Football Squad 2, 35 Varsity Football Team 2, 3, J. V. Football Squad 13 J. V. Football Team lg Pinochle Club 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 3g Letter Men's Club 3g Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3g Rifle Club 3. Robert A. Kessler ' ' Bob' ' GENERAL Curly, black hair . . . serious . . . unassuming . . . tinds school a bore. Boys' Hiking Club 1. Genevieve Kijuuskzls "Gently" GENERAL Tall . . . likes basketball . . . pretty eyes . . . amiable. Spotlight Reporter 33 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, Captain 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Pino- chle Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, Literary Club 3g Library Club 1: Camera Club 3: Talent Show 2. jolenc' A. Kizcs "josie" GENERAL Extensive wardrobe . . . faithful to mike . . . Worry wart . . . soft spoken. Carmelite Weekly Typist 3: Spotlight Reporter 35 Girls' Glee Club 23 Dramatic Club 3g Social Etiquette Club 1. . t ,T we J -419' -uae' .1 l z, Q 2 f' l - , ,na we ,ge ,anis- 3 Q'- av 'i '52 jf' x,-' Mgf .ap-'E' '49 Mildred L. Klcmashefski H Millivn GENERAL Quick-tempered . . . inquisi- tive . . . cooperative . . . practical. Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Camera Club 3. Francis Klimowicz ' 'Killer' ' GENERAL Constant annoyer . . . full of corny jokes . . . never a dull moment . . . uncon- cerned. Ililda M. Knerr "Chick" GENERAL Happy-go-lucky . . . good sport . . . slight of stature . . . genial. Literary Club 31 Social Eti- quette Club 2, 3. Tlicrcsa A. Koncewicz "'l'ei'c-se' ' COMMERCIAL Likes shorthand . . . gad about . . . curious nature . . . out of town interests. Girls' Hiking Club 33 Dra- matic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club lg Social Etiquette Club 2, 33 Carmelite Weekly Report- er 33 Concession Stand 3. l -1. 1 Elsie L. Koronkiewicz "Econ" COMMERCIAL Day dreamer . . . prankster . . . complaisant. . ."Honey." Literary Club 35 Dancing Club lg Social Etiquette Club 3. liosemarie Koronkiewicz "Rosie" GENERAL Composed . . . true friend . .f pearly teeth . . . con- scientious student. Spotlight Reporter 33 Pino- chle Club 2, Literary Club 3, Dancing Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 1, 3. john Kotora ' 'johnnyn ACADEMIC Retiring . . . slow deliber- ate smile . . . soft-spoken . . . honest. Joseph H. Kovaleski ' ' Kovy' ' GENERAL Blond, wavy hair . . . un- usual laugh . . . regular fellow . . . amicable. Class Play 23 Pinochle Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Camera Club 3. . X 9 f Q vii -fi ei Q, + lub ' u.F"'B 1 A' L- ' lil . y , F X. X ii' . 'ki N .dw . MQ' to 'W' . 3 5 -Q54 Ya-'san 1 FH EZ all 'iw ,ff .1-"M6',"i1 wwf' HQM Q3 4 Q.. Q af 32 x ' , 2-' ef . 'AQ Frank S. Kramer "Frank" GENERAL Absent-minded . . .evasive enjoys life . . . seldom makes the late buzzer. Elizabeth Kriskie 66Betty! 7 COMMENRC-IAL Pretty . . . reticent . . . meticulous . . .good basket- ball shot. Girls' Basketball 2, Liter- ary Club 3, Social Etiquette Club 2. Raymond Krouch "Moon" GENERAL Big-tease . . . well-informed . . . friendly . . . devoted to traffic duties. Cross Country 2, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3g Hall Patrol 33 Letter Men's Clulb 2, 3g Biology Club 1, 2, Hunting and Fish- ing Clufb 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Clulb 29 The Cog 2, 3. Rose T. Kuklinski llcookylf GENERAL True friend . . . sincere . . . shiny, black hair . . . natur- al beauty. IXL Reporter 3, Girls' Bas- ketball 2g Girls' Glee Club 1, 33 Dramatic Club 33 So- cial Etiquette Club 3g Cam- era Club 3. Albert G. Kunsaitis NAI!! ACADEMIC Reserved . . . girl-slhy . . . tall and lanky . . . math. wizard. J. V. Football Squad 13 Track 2, 33 Pinochle Club 2, 33 'Chess Club 1, 33 Na- tional Honor Society 3. Helen A. Kurilla "Dolly" GENERAL Excellent typist . . . real pal . . .height plus . . . reliable. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 33 Spotlight Typist 33 Concession Stand 33 Girls' Glee Clwb 1, 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club 1, 2, 33 Social Etiquette Club 2, 33 Camera Club 3. Joanne E. Lapinski UL. F. P." ACADEMIC Journalistic ability . . . honor student . . . willowy . . . friendly disposition. Spotlight Editor 33 Spotlight Reporter 2, 33 IXL Reporter 33 Yearbook Editor-in-chief 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 13 Student Council 23 Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1,2,33 Bridge Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Operetta 13 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3, Wilbert A. Larzelerc rw' At 41, v 2' ,..t.,'-'- 5 Elnora M. Lee "Busty" GENERAL Never serious . . . devoted . . . carefree . . . basketball fiend. Spotlight Reporter 33 Girls' Basketball 2. john ll. Levandosky "Lucky" Cute mile if .iq fr 2133, S . -HW HVVlillC,, IW GENERAL -H" Quiet . . . avoids opposite sex . . . working lad . . . seldom seen. Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. Play 23 Drama- 1, 2, 33 Letter Men's 2, National Honor So- ciety 33 and Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3. juclith E. Lippman "Judy" ACADEMIC Coppery curls . . . perfection- ist . . . studious . . . interested. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 33 Spotlight Reporter 2,31 IXL Reporter 33 Yearbook Co-Edi- tor 33 Student Council 33 Class- Play 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club 1,2,33 Bridge Club 1, 2,333 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Operetta 1, 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 National Hon- or Society 33 Masque and Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3. Chester Lobos "Chet" GENERAL Neat dresser . . . sense of humor . . . well-mannered . . . always hunting. IXL Reporter 2, 33 Student Council 1, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 1. Helene R. Lucas "Helene' ' ACADEMIC Naturally wavy hair . . . friendly . . . cute . . .movie fan. IXL Reporter 35 Student Council 15 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Bridge Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Trav- el Clulb 35 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scoll 3. Dolores M. Madailis "Dee" COMMERCIAL Always willing to help . . . promising future . . thought- ful . . quick to smile. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2,35 Spotlight Reporter 2,35 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typ- ist 35 Yearbook Typist 35 Yearbook Sales Committee 35 Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 25 Girls' Glee Club Librarian 35 Pinochle Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Club 1, 25 Na- tional Honor Society 35 Mas- que and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Charles R. Maher nl" ,Ga GP -'G "Mack" 5,35 GENERAL M Self-made pianist. . .indif- 'Q ---f ferent. . .witty. . .speaks when spoken to. J. V. Football Squad 15 Class Play 1, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 3. Ruth C. Markle "Ruthie" COMMERCIAL Reserved. . .sincer-e. .. friendly smile. . .seldom heard. Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. is 1 "www .gui Fe.. ,ll , s 15' X lk -,F .,,. .ati Y + f 5, ga is ...., .f s t . , lwwi 4' Q M W A 48x jg . , 5, , 'K 'L ff fs? 5 ll e Q L YC? gwwl NWN I I X : 1 j at gs? I -2, Qs, - 5 52.1. 1, Q x . ' 1 ' ' X fr fs 'gr li f ' 5 ' 5 x f rw ' it - vs A fs 2 V if tat-REQ? A . 45 .55 ' .-.V ' ..::f' H u- as-:. . :.:-1-:---- f A ,www fi Charles A. Marquette "Chilly" ACADEMIC Collegiate . . . well dressed. ..' popular . . . all-round athlete. Varsity Football Squad 1, 25 Varsity Football Team 35 Var-. sity Basketball Team 2,35 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Track Team 1, 2,35 Hall Patrol 35 Student Council 15 Class Play 1,25 Boys' Glee Club 15 Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 1, 2,35 Biology Club 1,25 Rifle Club 2,35 Dancing Club 035 Masque and Gavel 3. Wayne E. Mazari llFat7! GENERAL Well-developed physique. . . artistic talent. . .modest. . . strong features. Track Team 1, 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 35 Rifle Club 3. Francis McManaman "Fritz" GENERAL Girl-shy. . .curly hair. . . reserved. . .self-sufficient. Cross-Country 35 Track Team 2, 3. Margaret M. McGraw "Margie" GENERAL Loquacious. . .Irish temper . . .coppery tresses. . .man- darin nails. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2, 35 Concession Stand 35 Class Play 25 Girls, Basket- ball Captain 25 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Clurb 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 35 Camera Clwb 3. '49 - Chester S. Medwick liChetY, ACADEMIC Turhan Bey's deep voice... well-groomed. . .dark-com- plexioned. N Stinkyl' ACADEMIC Class genius . . . friendly . . . prefers petite girls . . . foot- ball captain. Yearbook Advertising Staff 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 23 Varsity Football Squad 2,33 Varsity Football Team 2,33 J. V. Football Team 13 J. V. Football Squad 13 Hall Patrol 33 Student Council 33 Drama- tic Club 1, 2, 33 Letter Men's Club 2,31 National Honor So- ciety 33 Masque and Gavel 3. . 'rank Mihalik ' 'Moose" GENERAL Always with "Cully". . . forever chewing C?9. . .ac- cented features . . .talkative Barbara L. Miller "Barbara" COMMERCIAL Speedy typist. . .quiet. . . studious. . .ambitious. Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typist 33 Yearbook Typist 33 Girls' Basketball 23 Danc- ing Club 13 National Honor Society 33 Quill and Scroll 3. if ,il S my -U9-on tu i -...I i, 2 1 , egg, -7 Q W ' 7 - Li4i5s:'r:'3'.w1.if "fi Q' . 1- ,mans-. .V Q,,Qf if 1 it ui i L 5 J Z L S. Q ,4 V.. W "4 va iv? ii ll- 5 'A .t I 3 3:1 '!QIffEL"'2 E71 1: ' 2 12, 'Q A :rin Fi... , , J ae airgsn, 557321219 ' f":? Mi" 1 W 1 i. .' -ffT3..5::5s5. N' ar :.i ii W M39 -gs-': Q:. .4 ,1- 3' Shirley Miller 1 f' 'V "Shirl" fm GENERAL ND Animated. . .wide smile. . . W blushes easily. . .neat man- ' icure. . lljl A Carmelite Weekly Typist 33 in , .IEDV Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' H ' Hiking Club 33 Dancing S 3 Club 1. A wr , ,X '33 . .1 if 3 fr 9- vi, - ff ,fr ' .3 . 1217 ,...,..., awe, ML ' 'eff 'K1""T1' Marie T. Mirarchi "Marie' ' GENERAL Petite. . .ivory complexion . . .feminine. . .neat hair dos. Carmelite Weekly Typist 33 Dancing Club 1, 2, 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Quill and Scroll. joan M. Moleski "joanie" GENERAL Soft s p o k e n. . .tailored wardrobe. . .cute giggle. . . consistent gum chewer. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 33 Spotlight Reporter 2, 33 IXL Reporter 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Pinochle Club 23 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Literary Club 2, 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Chemistry Club 23 Camera Club 33 Quill and Scroll 3. Gloria M. V. Montello "Gloria" GENERAL Modish. . .vivacious. . .de- termined . . . sparkling eyes. IXL Reporter 2, 33 Year- book Literary Staff 33 Class Play 13 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Lit- erary Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Masque and Gavel 3. Edward 1. Morris - "Cully" D' GENERAL' Tall blond . . . "Camptown" rooter . . . always laugh- ing . . . one ofthe shop boys. Donald R. Moyer "Ducky' ' 0, ACADEMIC Alw s kidding . . . one of th'e.g g . . teller of tall ta s the girls. sity tball Team 23 V. ball Team 13 Track edm 33 Boys' Glee Club 33 Pinochle Club 2, 33 Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Dancing Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3. S ity F all Squad 2, 33 Marie Nardelli "Marie' ' GENERAL Sweet voice . . . beautiful hair . . . pleasing person- ality . . . congenial. Dancing Club 1. NVilliam E. Neifert "Bill" ACADEMIC Brown, curly hair. . . straight- forward . . . true to his Mer- cury . . . smiling eyes. Band 13 Varsity Football Squad 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 33 J. V. Football Squad 13 J. V. Football Team 13 J. V Basketball Team 1" Bo s' - ,Y Y Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club? 1, 2, 33 Letter Men's Club 33 Biology Club 1, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. Jerome L. Nester 3 6 "Jerry" 3 as .-sv g' NIM if W 'vw- GENERAL Adept poet . . . corridor cas- anova . . . easy going . . . mischievous. Helen M. N odzak "Myrtle" GENERAL Devoted . . . jovial . . . com- prehensive . . . basketball enthusiast. Concession Stand Captain 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Glee Clurb 13 Dramat- ic Club 1, 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club 1, 23 Social Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3. Joanne V. Osinski "joanie" GENERAL Willing and able . . . un- derstanding . . . pleasingly pleasant.. .contagious laughter. Girls' Basketball 13 Student Council 23 Concession Stand 33 Girls' Glee Club 33 Danc- ing Club 33 Library Club 33 Social Sports 23 Girls' Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic 1, 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Dancing Club Instructor 33 Social Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3. My Ruth Parkyn 6 h "Ruthie" K A. z . Plan. ich GENERAL Dlmpled smile . . . ambitious worker . . . soft-spoken . . woman driver. Spotlight Editor 35 Yearbook Advertising Staff 35 Student Council 15 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2,35 Dramatic Club 1, 2,35 Literary Club 35 Library Club 15 Social Eti- quette Club 35 Camera Club 35 Operetta 1, 2. Arlene j. Paul ' 'Jeannie' ' GENERAL Hair of gold . . . eyes of blue . . . unusual laugh . . . amiable. Girls' Basketball 25 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 1, 2, 3. lialph Payne "Paynie" ACADEMIC Prefers blondes . . . reck- less driver . . . deep voice . . . hails from Centralia. Varsity Footlball Squad 25 Varsity Football Team 35 J. V. Football Team 15 Track Team 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 25 Letter Men's Club 3. George S. Powis "Windy" GENERAL Camera fiend . . . six-foot- er . . . whiz on skates . . . indifferent. Band 1, 2, 35 Class Photog- rapher 2, 35 The Cog 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Camera Club 1, 2, 3. -2- ,131 fi 'Q dl A ' if 4 4 5 -Ir!-'ff is 'ii 45" qi r, .35 '49 , ENE feath b . .' 1 ssm" ...tol nt . . ' lin e es. Basket a Danc- ing ub 25 Soc Etiquette Clu 5 Camera Club 3. Edda H. Pupo "Edda" GENERAL Neat . . . silky, black hair . . . critic . . . pearly teeth. Carmelite Weekly Editor 2,35 Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 25 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 IXL Editor 35 IXL Reporter 1,2,35 Girls' Basketball 25 Pinochle Club 25 Dramatic Club 2,35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Social Eti- quette Club 35 Chemistry Club 25 Sports Appreciation Club 15 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Theresa A. Pupo "Trish" GENERAL Long lashes . . . hyacinth tresses . . . helpful . . . hearty laugh. Girls' Glee Club 1, 35 Lit- erary Club 35 Dancing Club 1. 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Gerald F. liadzai ASjel.l.y!! GENERAL Cute . . . shy . . . always chewing gum . . . dapper. Varsity Basketball Team 25 Student Council 25 Pinochl-e Club 25 Biology Club 1. VX CESS lay , 5Class reas- 'N 5 Chester Rakus "Rube" GENERAL Prefers brunettes . . . lively . . . ready smile . . . uncon- cerned. Varsity Football Team 2, 35 Varsity Basketball Team 25 Cross-Country 15 Track 2, 35 Pinochle Club 25 Letter .Men's Club 3 James A. Ramage "Jimmy" , GENERAL pul ' a letic manager.., X nsi e. ready nd helpful . . p ct gen an. 1' ty otbal ager 1, Vargsit Bas et l Man- a ex' 1, ,35 Tra 1, 2,35 Ha.ll olt 5 Stud t Counqgil 15 1 ra atic Club '35 Dancing lu 1, 25 Letter Men's Club er , 355 BoyKGlee Club 15 35 glogy Club 1, 2. N. Vincent Heedinger "Vince" GENERAL Friendly . . . likable . . . re- liable student . . . clean cut. Yearbook Sales Committee 25 Varsity Football Squad 25 35 J. V. Football Team 15 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Stage Hand 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Chess Club 35 Letter Men's Club 35 Travel Club 3. james D. Reiner ..GuS,, GENERAL Obliging . . . tal.l and lanky . . . talkative . . . inveterate driver. Spotlight Mimeographer 1, 2, 35 IXL Mimeographer 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball Team 25 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Cross Country 1,2,35 Track 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 35 Class Play 1, 25 Pinochle C.lub 25 Danc- ing Club 1, 25 Letter Men's Club 35 Biology Club 15 Quill and Scroll 3. .aww ., E , 5, his if 1 I S. MQ' I 5 r-A Q A 'V ' H - 1 ,55 1 ' ... ,,,. Y 1 A' 55' i w " , l 55 asm 0585 '49 Michael Repella "Moscow" GENERAL Baby blue eyes . . . mis- chievous . . . pleasant . . . indifferent to school. Biology Club 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 1,25 Boys' Hiking Club 1. Reynold P. Repella "M0usey" GENERAL Short and sly . . I. comical . . . talent-ed' mimic . . . sel- dom worries. Varsity Football Manager 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball Manager 1, 2, 35 Track Man- ager 2, 35 Class Play 15 Class Treasurer 15 Boys' Glee Club 15 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 Let- ter .Men's Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Rifle Clulb 1. Alice I. Rishar "Rish" GENERAL Ambitious . . . future nurse . . . infectious laugh . . . temperaimental. Yearbook Sales Committee 35 Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 25 Biology Club 15 National Honor Society 3. William H. Hoadarmel "Bill" GENERAL Independent individual . . . quiet disposition . . . de- termined . . . droning. voice. Biology Club 1. xx 7,0-2... -weak,-A, John . jack" GENERAL Stage hand . . . mathemat- ical . . . serious . . . helpful. Band 1, 2, 33 Drum Major 33 Stage Hand 2, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Chess Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Biology Club 1, 23 Chemistry Club 23 Travel Club 3. George VV. Rossi "Butler" GENERAL Constant teaser . . . home- work dodger . .. day dream- er . . . future taxi-driver. Varsity Basketball Team 2, 33 J. V. Basketball Team 13 Track Team 1. lilczmorc liudock "Eleanore" COMMERCIAL Sense of humor . . . fickle . . . unique hair-do . . . movie goer. Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 33 Spotlight Reporter 33 Girls' Basketball 23 Social Eti- quette Club 33 Sports Ap- preciation Club 13 Quill and Scroll 3. Edward N. lluths "Eddie" GENERAL Dislikes work . . . seldom seen after school hours . . . biding his time . . . low voice. Hunting and Fishing Club 3. -Q:-3 Cir? '56 Sz 'Q' Q 3 fiber, ab, it fi 'AQ Leonard A. llydzeski "Crib" GENERAL Reserved . . . well-liked . . . courageous . . . polite. Spotlight Reporter 2, 33 IXL Reporter 2: Student Coun- cil 3. Louis Sautoni ' ' Lou" GENERAL Deep throaty voice . . . black, wavy hair . . . likes loud clothes . . . avoids work. Nlarilyn L. Sauer ..Mal.. COMMERCIAL Future beautician . . . cheers vigorously . . . energetic . . . loquacious. Spotlight Reporter 13 IXL Repcrter 13 Girls' Basketball 13 Captain 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 13 Danc- ing Club 13 Biology Club 13 Social Etiquette Club 23 Cam- era Cluh 1, 23 Sports Appre- ciation Club 13 Girls' Hiking Club 2. Alice Saukaitis NAI! Y COMMERCIAL Anything for a laugh . . . frank . . . waitress at Lan- gis' . . . talkative. Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 33 Dramatic Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Camera Club 3. Dolores Sawicki "Dolly" COlM.MERCIAL Radiant complexion . . bobbed hair . . . petite . . . inviting smile. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 35 Girls' Basketball 25 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Dancing Club 15 Camera Club 3. Emma B. Schucker L KPat! 7 ' ACADEMIC Soft spoken . . . neat dress- er . . . attentive . . . becom- ing hair-do. Carmelite Weekly Typist 35 Spotlight Reporter 15 Girls' Basketball 25 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Talent Show 15 Quill and Scroll 3. Samuel V. Scicchitano "V.ladziu" ACADEMIC Dark curly hair . . . Miss Car- roll's devotee . . . always on the job . ..life of the party. Spotlight Mimeographer 1,2, 35 IXL Reporter 1, 2,35 IXL Mimeographer 1, 2,35 Year- book Sales Committee 15 Var- sity Basketball Team 25 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Track 15 Student Council 25 Class Play 1, 25 Pinochle Club 25 Drama- tic Club 1, 2,35 Dancing Club 15 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. Robert Shamanski ' 'Shymn GENERAL Bashful . . . flashing smile . . . carefree . . . tall and good looking. Boys' Hiking Club 1. was .Si A75 Z 7 Qs z' 5 ' r il X fl New ,pf-1-. 'bil'- 4-.-n-Q4 'Q sw, 15 Ai' FP 'W -wuuipi Rita A. Sharayko CSI-Rita!! COIMJMERCIAL Efficient. . . pals with every- one . . . delightful laugh . . . movie-goer. Girls' Glee Club 1, 35 So- cial Etiquette Club 35 Cam- era Club 3. Stephen Sheetz "Steve' ' ACADEMIC Current events' friend . . . mannerly . . . industrious worker . . . always a white shirt. Biology Club 15 National Honor Society 3. Irene M. Shiko fCRinkyY! GENERAL Attractive gray eyes . . . Spike Jones' fan . . . friend- ly . . . dimpled. Carmelite Weekly Reporter 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Hik- ing Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Literary Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. Claire E. Shoop l X . N Claire" N 5 ME 1 L -V attr ' . . ex- . ward-J , e nni Cade e 52,353 agr- melite earl ditor ,3 ar- melite ekl Rep r 1 3 Spotli ht epox IXL Rep er IX pist 3 St dent ncilfijiq lass P B Gil ma Clu 11a' f3jg11f2?g Ga ' . : 5-. 1 535 ' g 1 tio Club 5 asq and el 5 ill a croll 3. A L , . M' ' etba 25 s Gle Club 2 3 D in rts A ecia in i W! A .F 'vlifi Xpiicwll rf, . gftt 3. .J Sl111i'PSf" 3 ' ' ll v 1' 'I 3, ENE: Q' Wfhs at the e . . . day dreamer . . . happy-go-lucky . . . well-manneredl. Boys' Glee Club 33 Biology Club 13 Rifle Club 3. Cllcin AI. Sienkiewicz ' 'Moonn GENERAL Mysterious . . .avoids oppo- site sex . . . unworried by studies . . . comic book ad- dict. Boys' Hiking Club l. Sigusmund Sienkiewicz 6611-ljum GENERAL Blond, wavy hair . . . home- work dodger . . . prankster . . . teases the girls. Varsity Football Squad 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 2, 33 J. V. Football Squad 13 J.V. Football Team 13 Cross- Country 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Pinochle Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 13 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1, 2, 3. Henry Sitko -l xi xy .. wi- if Q , .M ,J " Mi Hilti ' --Y , final? , J 3 .5 Qnpfwhs' if f 3' 14.33, H342 -4' Q' ' .. . an' 1 f ig., ,H ta 'T 3,553 -'Wi' .L- ay figxedft lla gl Zi 44 . lu "Shike" GENERAL if 5 General nuisance . . . one of the "gang" . . . bored with school . . . wiry. Dancing Club lg Biology Club 13 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 23 Rifle Club 2. Eleanor B. Snedden ' ' Sniff' ' GENERAL Extensive wardrobe . . . fun loving . . . neat . . . attrac- tive smile. Cheer Leader 33 Student Council 23 Girls' Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 3. Cecilia M. Socha "Cc-lic" COMMERCIAL Unique laugh . . . enjoys school . . . doll like features . . . witty. Carmelite Weekly Typist 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Quill and Scroll 3. Nlattllcw Sokol KIDOCV 9 GENERAL Loves to annoy . . . popular . . . corridlor casanova . . . friendly nature. Varsity Football Squad 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Tealm 2, 33 Track Team 33 Dancing Club 33 Letter Men's Club 3. ll'hI.H'l'lll K Stm on an gf ACADEMI t- - ' .. 'ok-worm . .'9l'Zif3iQ'l'i5S'l!S . eff degena- able. 7 f vI0fa,yQyQ,,f'3f4'kblnnie Cadet e 1, 3' Spotlight Re- porter 2, 3' IXL Report 33 Girls' Ba kletball 23 G3 s' fk- ing Club ' 'n h,la' 2,33 BridgeElZRf6?33 Dramatic Club 1,2,33 Chemistry Club 23 Travel Club 33 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gavel 33 Quill and Scroll 3. uni VV! Q ,. fl n . ki Q "Stas '-X Q . ACADE C M a trumpet . . 3 comedian if Ytypical teen-ager . . . remark- 1, able sense of humor. m Band 1, 2,33 Spotlight Report- K 3 er 2,32 IXL Reporter 2,33 Yearbook Sports Editor 33 Class Play 1,22 Boys' Glee Club 1,2,33 Dramatic Club 1, 2,3Q Biology 1,23 Travel Club 33 Rifle Club 2,33 Chess Club 23 Masque and Gavel 3. Allen A. Stine "Stine-By" GENERAL Ta Unassuming . . . mystery if man. Varsity Football Team 33 J. V. Football Team 13 Track Team 2. Fay J. Strawn "Strawnie" GENERAL Deep dimples . . . argumen- tative . . . witty . . . reli- able. Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Literary Club 33 Biology Club 1. Dorothy M. Swatski lKD0ttyf7 COMMERCIAL Infectious giggle . . . moody . . . studious . . . starry eyes. Canmelite Weekly Reporter 33 Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typist 33 Concession Stand 33 Girls' Glee Club 33 Liter- ary Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 33 Quill and Scoll 3. 3,8 S N . 'vw ' ,lwqit Q y 9 iff was f I 'I .3 if fi in M- ! Aubrey B. Tasker "Bill" GENERAL Quiet . . . seldom seen after school . . . capable machin- ist . . . expert skater. The Cog 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 3. Charles D. Thomas "Bucky" ACADEMIC Ladies' man . . . well-groomed . sp ntan ugv-LL: gqad niaadamj 1 ,KJMA F 'IXL-Re ' rt?i,p' 'SQA-Cozmi te l if Vari ea.m all I0-1 St e , ass Flaygi ' s President 23 Boys Gle9'Cu ,,2,Pinochle Club 23 atlc Club 1 A ,33 Chess Cl .1, iLet Aj ciub 2,33' Club 3 Rifle Club 23 Masque and Gavel 3. Matthew M. Troyan "Butch" ACADEMIC Drives a splas-hy car. . ranks high in studies . . ten o'clook scholar . . , helper. J. V. Football Team 13 J. V. Basketball Team lj Hall Pa- trol 33 Dancing Club 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Rifle Club 33 The Cog 2, 33 National Honor Soci- ety 3. Lenore M. Tushinski "Lenore" GENERAL Active journalist . . . partial to Class of '48 . . . enjoys Democracy . . . Miss Olshef- ski's right hand. Spotlight Editor 33 Spotlight Reporter 2, 33 IXL Reporter 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 33 Girls' Basketball 23 Dra- matic Club 2, 33 Biology Club 1, 23 Library Club 2, 33 Quill and Scroll 3. '49 - '11 lilcanor Victor .slillvyv GENERAL Dramatic talents . . . earn- est in school work . . . va- riety of pen pals . . . true friend. Spotlight Typist 3: IXL Typ- ist 33 Girls' Hiking Club 31 Dramatic Club 2. 3: Biology Club 1, 23 Library Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 33 Quill and Scroll 3. 4-400 .Iuliunu li. XYlilillllSlQ2lS "julie" COMMERCIAL Works in Pachuta's . . . mysterious . . . china collec- tor . . . loves to drive, 66' 'Q- Sluovcnt Council 33 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Hiking Club 3. liillcl Xl. lV1ll't1l'O1J "lla-tl" GENERAL at Q ag 3 Gay redhead . . . future ' i 2 bl' nurre . . . talkative . . . " Alice's pal. Concession Stand 3: Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club l3 Biology Club 1. ,. is-n Carolyn, M. lVz1ry "Carol" COMMERCIAL Competent basketball guard . . . Claire's friend . . . at- tractive . . . jovial. Canmelite Weekly Typist 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 33 Dancing Club 1, 2, 3. Dolores NVeis K S I DKIQSYY GENERAL Roller-ring fan . . .coquette . . . petite blonde . . . al- ways on the go. Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 33 Social Etiquette Club 3. Gerald ll. XVcissinger "Pep" ACADEMIC Reaches six-foot mark . . . odd stride . . . prefers cheer- leaders . . . wears splashy sweaters. Varsity Football Squad 1, 2,33 Varsty Football Team 33 Varsity Basketball Team 2,33 .l. V. Basketball Team 13 Track I,2,3Q Boys' Glee Club 1,23 Dramatic Club l,2,33 Letter Men's Club 33 Biology Club 1,21 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 2, 33 Masque and Gavel 3. ' -' Y A V , 3 f , C I ' ' lhZl'0fK'ffl.'YVl'lll'lCl1 New A. Wfurgo I, ,pf ..BameI,,.+ i 'll .1 - QAQAMMIQ 33 Pagtwi' or biondesf 'mea-f GENERAL Q typ-1 , . a. "t 1'1'i!icC"f.oi?xt'Z1do" Friendly . . . mellow voice Q E ,fi A ,' - 'I 1?fg3,0'Z'fliVeWl1"'- ." X . . . lover of home life . . . 333, 'iw' offbau S1584-'fifdz ,Vars Foot nfl cam '2,3 likes French class. Class Play 11 Girls' Basket- ball 23 Girls' Hiking Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Bi- ology Club l. 2: Library Club 2, 3. f -149 '5' y Baskeaball Teafyl 2,33 . v. ,Ba ketball T 33 QI, Track 1:93131 ,2'l,Q ldgf 1.2: B I. elim 1,23 Dra- matic, U i'1,2,33' Letter Men's Club 2,33,Biblogy Club 1,23 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 Masque and Gavel 3. -l 111-lill r ,,,' lfu, -In 3 . . n. A cf ,qygf 1 I f 'Al' wfsfwmfr .L ,. f ' 1' - Ji 1 VJ: A ll' f QW fl 14" ' AJ, 7 if f"f I' 1 'IU ettqy ' va In W M 4 ya V f- , f -' " , AL I L? Weltle FutureCO'ewE1?ZEI'ker . V. Q l , ACADEMIC ADrives a Model T . . . sports follower . . . faithful band member . . . helpful ways. Band 2, 33 Drum Major 33 Boys' Glee Club 33 Biology Club 1, 23 Chemistry Club 23 Calmera Club 3. Kenneth VVhitebread ' 'Hub' ' GENERAL Tall and lanky . . . avoids homework . . . quiet . . . seldom seen after school. Joanne C. NVillia1ns MJD., GENERAL M. O. C. fans . . . talented .. peppy cheerleader... boister- ous. Cheer Leader 33 Spotlight Re porter 2,33 Student Council 13 Class Play 23 Girls' Bas- ketball 23 Girils Hiking Club 33 Girls' Glee Club 1,2,33 Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 1,33 Social Etiquette Club 3. Howard A. Yeager ' ' Howie' ' GENERAL Ex-G. I .... Centralia com- muter. . . well-shined shoes . . . always wears a tie. Student Council 3. 31 .Maui ii' r'w"'ff A lil fill!! long, wavy hair . . . popu- lar with the fellows . . . attractive. Cheer Leader 33 Carmelite Weekly Typist 33 Student Council 23 Girls' Basketball 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club, 1, 23 Danc- ing Club 3. liita M. Yorkiewicz "Rita" COMMERCIAL Honor student . . . works at Guinan's . . . friendly . . . prolitic reader. Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typ, ist 33 Class Play 23 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls Hiking Club 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Biology Club 1, 23 Library Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 33 Masque and Gav- el 3. Joseph Zelez lKjc,e,7 ACADEMIC Paul's twin . . . teases the girls . . . clean cut . . . polite. Boys' Glee Club 13 Dancing Club 23 Biology Club 1, 2, Paul Zelez "Pauley" ACADEMIC Holds two jobs . . . boom- ing voice . . . reserved . . . earnest in school work. Student Council 23 Boys' Glee Club 1, 23 Dancing Club 23 Biology Club 1. 400000040 040400400 Class Sung june: Carmeffs Jilin jfower gkaaed A SEN IOR'S FAREWELL ..1.... Classmates 'tis the time for us to part, Leaving High School days behind, May: our'memories forever stay, Though we're leaving school to find All the goals that we must reach And ideals held so high. Alma Mater 'tis with much regret That we say to you good-bye. - 2 - Thanks to all who helped us on our way, Sharing joy and happiness, Being helpful as true friends and pals, Making all our cares seem less. And to you, our dear old school-mates, You've made all these years seem swell. Class of '49, with heavy heart Bids to you a fond farewell. Words by-Gloria Montello SENIOR CLASS CALENDAR Pennant Dance ................, , . November 22, Initiation Ceremonies for ........ . . . February 4 National Honor Society Masque and Gavel Society Quill and Scroll Valentine Dance .............. , , .... February 14, 42nd Sn Broadway CTalent Showj .... February 28, March 1 Senior Week ........................ May 23-27, Class Day ....................,,...... May 27, Senior Farewell Dance sponsored by Junior Class May 27, Baccalaureate ..... . . . . . May 29, Commencement .... . . . May 31, 1948 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 444444444 444444444 Senior CAMERA Shots P FQ k Y 3 YTNX ,Q fl 5' 52 ,SQ iqffgvfifig .W 'Q2k?i"'f17 3' rwzw- -A ' W .. . yin kfwgsggxtmiggi Y ,wit M 3 Q X Q k -1 4 , . V J , ,. -1- :N 1 w Km W 1- -,::z:3.E., ,:, -T X xl pf X x 5 N A X F if :W R an fi? 'x . gxsxna f 521:32 igxkgvqa i,-.FF 1151? 'xa:':555"' W ' ?ff3f':Z1E'x- X " A 1" -i -ff',?5'1mz, A -A V Y' Hqgv V ..,. ', gi X :f .gf T71 xi 2 Yi -Sf QQASNQL A 'K 'T 2 'H .. I:' ,T 5 X' x ' -'-' V ,i . A, ff' fs r x All x 5' .L YE xx L N fm? if x K ' .. R ,X R. .... .-H.. ' ..... Z :fz:4:,.,.:- ,,,q:.,.:, - , .5-gi mfs - . 5 lf ,QQAASJS enofezfeet '49 OFFICERS President ............ Daniel Rupp Vice-President ..... Thomas Owens Secretary ......... Thomas Breslin Treasurer ...... Richard Stabinski T. Breslin, T. Owens JUNIUH EL!-XSS Represented here are the members of the Junior Cllass, who have fulfilled splendidly their scholastic duties. Their competitive spirit has raised their class standard to an unusually high level. We know they will fulfill the job of being school leaders in their Senior year. D. Rupp CLASS ADVISERS D Regma G. Shovhn Mr. Joseph W, Kozlowski CLASS CALENDAR Ice Cream Party . . Spring Talent Show . .. . . . Spring Dance ..... Junior Senior Prom Fall Dance .......... . . November 10, 1948 Magazine- Campaign . .. . November 23, 1948 to December 9, 1948 l-...1 'AQ . . .. December 22, March 23, . . .... April 22, . . .. .... May 27, 1948 1949 1949 1949 IIOMIC ROOM 201 First Row: Loft to Right--G. Brosius. A. Adams, .I. Ciokajlu, V. Cantor. S. Bixlcr. M. Cava- lcri. 1. Mowers E. Aurand. Second Row-Miss E. Howard, J. Chabala, Jas. Chubb. .Iohn Chubb. E. Alhin, L. Chucoski, F. Boilari, C. Bolcsla. T. Bros- lln, L. Brczinski. Third Howu-A. Brcssi. E. Ber- nas. .l. Ballcnt, A. lsalinskas. N. Brczicki. .l. Bcndcr. R. Hults, T. Butts. ' C nomic REUEHSIQUZ' . w rn-sz 11055 cfm t0KIi2iltA-E41 Fortncr, D. Sims Fuiiof D. mimic, . csissm Sm. .DQ DcGactano. V. Coaches, . Cmkajlo. 'Gudci1'umas. -,I Second OVWMASS K. Billman, .I. Lrncy. C Ifcdock, J. Evans K. Gahlc. M. Girtcn. L. Gusti- tus, C. Fciftr, R. Fetsko. I.. Costello. Third Row-J. Colcman. T. Grcli, M. Gribuwych. L. Gio- wacki, F. Fcglcy, A. Finton, D. Grccn, P. Gorge-n, .I. Gahcrt. HOME ROOM 202.3 First Row. I.cft to Right' .l. I12lI'I1l?I'. J. Kulick, M. Krcvit- skic. I. Kaniinski, H. Kohi. J. Lucas, I.. Jorask.c, .I. ..Ioncs, S. Hartzcll. Second Row -bn V. Guzcvich. Miss C. Scicchitano. M. Hom- bosky. R. Lucas, E. Howal, B. Janisak, S. Lisic-ski. V. Lisicw- ski, G. Kirchofil R. Hosgood, D. Krotchko, M. Kovalchck. Third Row ,A. Knorr, D. Kor- nacki. H. Iiatshaw. T. Hughes, R. Lavish. A. Hummf-I, W. Kessler, B. Jankoski. Fourth liowsii. Lutz, N. Ko- tora, R. Kunsaitis, E. Hook. HOME ROOM 204 First Row. Left to Right'-WF. Malinowski, T. Pesarchick. .l. Malick, F. Malinoski. Second Row - D. Markle. V. Rawa, M. Mihalo, C. Profit, R. Nalis, E. Repella M. Profit, E. Olshefski, B. Nicoletti. Third Row-G. Macutkiewicz., A. Pope, B. Rimokaitis, T. Puchalski, I. Mazer. J. Olshcif- ski. S. Pachuta, B. Menapace, B. Marquette, V. Okronglis, .l. lviazur, Mr. C. Boleske. Fourth Row-C. Reed, N. Nu- broski, T. Narcavage, J. Mirar- chi, J. Petrosky, '1. Owens, J. rollock. H O M E RO O M 3 03 First Row, Left to Right We D. Rupp. W. Shierant, L. Szyrnan- ski. Second Row W S. Shuda. R. Sheehan, M. Taylor, V. Shuda, J. Rolko, R. Slotterback. A. Soulges, E. Thomas. J. Toth. Third Row -- R. Thurick. G. Trocki, J. Sinopoli, M. Savage, G. Saukaitis, J. Sharer. S. Shull, N. Ruths, L. Stine, M. Schlegel. Joan Sharer, G. Sicd- lecki. Fourth Row - R. Smith, J. Schetromo, J. Shuptar, J. Sha- rayko, R. Stabinski, R. Stock- er, F. Rossi, L. Staskiel. Mr. J. Kozlowski. x I elf, 7 . Q A " ', ' ,'a WK ..ff"'0 X 4. .g Aw HOME ROOM 305 First Row, Left to Right -5- A Zymek, J. Zuritis, I. Turick M Vincenzes, J. Yancoski. J. Wet- zel. N. Trump, V. Zecoski. Second RowfJ. White, J. Wis- niewski. D. Wenrich, L. Wisdo A. Warakomski. W. White, R Yarnall, R. Wertz, R. Williams Mr. T. Barnes. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ........ James Marquette Vice-President ...... Joseph Kimsal Secretary ........ Mary Lou Malick Treasurer .. .. Frank Sharer A wif? J. Marquette, M. Malick, F. Sharer, J. Kimsal SUPHUMUHE EL!-XSS Here are the representatives of the Sophomore Class. Though small in number, their class spirit has made them more than Welcome in our high school. The senior class will always remember them for their loyalty and friendship. CLASS ADVISERS 7193? . ag ... Q Mr. Glenn F. Menges Miss Nellie E. Johnson CLASS CALENDAR Basketball Tournament .... ................... A -. . . .February 15, 1949 Talent Show- ,.,, H -n,q,A, ,,,vA,, . .. ...April 7 and 8. 1949 -li '49 --1 HOME ROOM 309 First Row, Left to Right -7- S Andrukanis, M. Andrewlevich V. Andrews, C. Brassington, J Bowers, D. Cobelis, M. Brown H. Cheddar, E. Chucoski. Second Row-Mrs. F. Drucis J. Arnrich, J. Chabala, W Beaver, F. Ballent, F. An- dreano, R. Caser, D. Angeli L. Cohoon, G. Butchock. Third Row-D. Becker, J. Anescheck, R. Berkheiser, A Backus, K. B1.om, F. Alchi- mowicz, H. Bernatovich. HOME ROOM 310 First Row, Left to Right'--H. Dcyie, R. Hatrack, J. Gurba, R. Dorkoski, il. Domanski, J. Greco, C. Horsfield, D. Coro- niti. Second Row-Miss R. Shovlin, D. Gribbon, J. Heimbach, B. Dallabrida, R. Glowacki, F. Gibbons, E. Harry, J. Hufman, B. Davis. HOME ROOM 311 First Row, Left to R.ght --- M. Luptowski, D. Luczkoski, M. Karycki, N. Kehler, M. Keller, J. Kaminski. M. Malick, R. Karycki. Second Row - J. Kimsal, L. Makowski, P. Lapinski, E. Lav- ish, D. Karpinski, L. Justin, R. Kiemas, D. Kobilis, C.. Mann, Mr. W. Chesney. Third Row-E. Karasevich, P. Kobi, D. Lindenmuth, J. Mar- quette, R. Jagloski, W. Hynos- ki, E. Kizel. 1 J HOME ROOM 312 First Row, Left to Right-D McFall, P. Marquette, R. Nos- kovak, J. Mouery, J. Neifert, R. Miller, J. Painter, G. Pas- cavage. Second Row - R. Perles, E Moser, L. Parazinski, P. Naru- siew.cz, G. Messarge, C. Me- gosh, V. McGee, Mr. G. Bres- llll. Third Row - R. Ostroski, P Matulewicz, H. Maurer, T Moleski, R. Martin, M. Mazari C. Noll. E. Ososkie. IIOMIC ROOM 307 First Row, Left to Right - J Swirl, M Posipanko, M. Shee- han. J. Reiner, J. Singley, L Sr,kr.l. F. Smigel. E. Pope, L 1 oiat-K. Second Row - M. Ragalyi, J Simmons, J. Schreffler, F Rusnak, I. Stab.nski. C. Sny- der, G. Strawn, Miss H. Car- roll. 'ihiid How-S. Roney. J. Shi- ko, E. Staskiel, R. Ryan, G Sofrank, D. Rubright, F. Shar- CF. HOME ROOM 2201 First Row, Left to Right - A 'Iroyan, A. Warsheski. S. Swat- ski, M. Swaboski, S. Williams J. suiick, J. Williams, H' White, B. Wojcik. Seeonr Row-Mss M. McCar- thy, T. Troyun, M. Teufvl, D. Swartz, R. Wolfgang, A. Yus- koski, D. Wagner, D. Zelez, S Yagodinski, R. Wagner, Third Row-L. Yeager, S. Wy- dra, C. Zamboni, K. Zimmer- man. T. Walsh, R. Varano. A. Wojdanowiez. UNDER C-ASSMEN CAMERA SHCDTS JJ. .4--,Eb wa. , -I.-+7-5,3-'i. ,,4.b+..L, +3 'iii Q P J, fHQ,.Qr v- Ln' 3-nf. -.51-isa: ' SSA 9N,.Jlo',, 1 ' ' Xin, ,,f IV' F, ctl'w'z'1'e.4 'AQ .n f nisfswat. nfivl Ca 'ii .Eff Y NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row, Left to Right-H. Lucas, J. Lippman, R. Menapace, Miss E. How- ard, Adviser, J. Lapinski, M. Chmie- lewski, H. Stanton. Second Row-C. Guizzetti, M. Gross- man, L. Cortellini, E. Victor, B. Miller, D. Madailis, A. Rishar, R. Yofrkiewicz, M. Keefer. . A Third Row--M. Troyan, J. Levandosky, A. Kunsaitis, S. Sheetz. 'Ea si' 'mfs OFFICERS President , Ralph Menapace Vice-Presdent Joanne Lapinski Secretary . Judith Lippman Treasurer Albert Kunsaitis NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Those students Who have displayed leadership, fine character, willingness to serve, and outstanding scholarship have the honor of becoming a member of this Worthy society. In our school, the National Honor Society is one of the distinguished organizations. MASQUE AND GAVEL To possess a membership pin from this organization is to have accomplished the three-fold purpose of Masque and Gavel. The pur- poses are: to recognize and promote significant student achievement in speech, to help in raising his standards of speech, and to promote a better relationship between the school and the community. MASQUE AND GAVEL First Row, Left to Right - Miss C. Scicchitano, Co'-Adviser, C. Marquette, C. Thomas, L. Cortelllini, J. Hovanes, R. Menapace, E. Guizzetti, Mrs. R. Cecil, Co-Adv.s-er. Second Row - C. Guizzetti, E. Pupo, G. Montello, C. Shoop, D. Madailis, M. Keefer, R. Yorkiewicz, J. Lippman, H. Lucas, K. Wenrich. Third Row - G. Weissinger, C. Scic- chitano, J. Levandosky, H. Stanton, J. Lapinski, M. Grossman, B. John, E. Andrulevich. .ma I1 ' ... OFFICERS President .,,. John Hovanes Vice-President Ralph Menapace Secretary Lorraine Cortellini Treasurer , Elizabeth Guizzetti Q Ullili ANI? SFROLL First Row. Left to Right+J. Lapinski. J. Lippman, L. Cortellini. Miss A. Bah- ner, Adviser: L. Tushinski, E. Pupo, C. Shoop. Second Row-E. Sehucker, M. Mirar- chi. B. Miller. H. Lucas. C. Socha. E. liudcck, D. Swatski. R. Beaver. Third RowfffH. Stanton. M. Grossman, M. Chmielewski. J. Reiner. S. Scie- chitano. J. Levando ky. D. Madailis, E. Victor. J. Moleski. OFFICERS President John Levandosky Vice-President Dolores Madailis Secretary Edda Pupo Treasurer Marie Mirarehi QUILL AND SCROLL One must be scholastically in the upper half of his class, must have taken an active part in raising the standards of this field, and must have done some distinctive work in the phase of journalism bv- fore qualifying as a member ofthe Quill and Scroll. THE COG To promote good fellowship among its members anil to be ot' service to the school-this is the aim of The Cog. The Cog is the Inter- national Honorary Society ofthe High School Mechanical Drawing Ile- partmvnt rewarding outstanding achievements in this field, I . A I AK' QUQ4, ' ' lvuttf' ,, - V' i f""" ' Y I ix 'iiiffiiiif' 'P S ,gt -44Lf't .4 - l "'.-.7 Y THE COG SA . ff First Row, Left to RightwA. Tasker, F. Bartos, Adviser: M, Troyan, R. Krouch. Second Row-B Kessler, G. Powis, J. Eaxdcr. H. Davis. OFFICERS President Matthew Troyan Vice-President Blaine Kessler Secretary Harry Davis Treasurer Raymond Krouch v STUDENT COUNCIL First Row, Left to Right-B. Janisak, B. Menapace, C. Megosh, J. Kaminski, M. Andrewlevich, R. Dorkoski, J. Rolko, J. Vilkauskas, C. Shoop, M. An- dreano, J. Lippman, M. Furio, J. Wil- liams, G. Strawn, J. Wetzel, S. Bixler. Second Row-Mr. W. Chesney, Advis- erg R. Perles, L. Rydzeski, P. Lapinski, T. Owens, J. Hovanes, R. Menapace, J. Feifer, H. Yeager, R. Green, D. Wen- rich, R. Rosinki J. Fegley, J. Balleint. OFFICERS President ...,..,,.. Mar-e Andreano Vice'-President . . . , . Ralph Meinapace Secretary ..... . . Carolyn Guizzetti Treasurer . . . . .... Robert Lavish STUDENT COUNCIL The members of the Student Council serve as representatives of the student body in the administration of the school government. Their job is an important one, and they have performed their duties con- scientiously. HALL PATROL These fellows represent order in our school corridors. Elected by popular vote, they have proved active and enthusiastic members of the Hall Patrol. HALL PATROL First Row, Left to Right-C. Thomas J. Hovanes, R. Menapace, C. Mar- quette, M. Troyan, J. Ramage, S. Fork- tus. Second Row-B. Kessler, J. Levan- dosky, J. Reiner, J. Kautter, P. Dietz, R. Krouch, Mr. TL Barnes, Adviser. r J V, .R QM LITERARY STAFF First Row, Left to Right-G. Kijaus- kas, M. Karpinski, R. Boltralik, H. Lucas, B. Marquette, R. Fetsko, B. Nicoletti, S. Pachuta, B. Menapace, J. Wetzel, E. Fortner, J. Williams, J. Moleski, R. Kuklinski, Miss A. Bah- ner, Spotlight Adviser. Second Row-A. Czerwinski, L. Stine, I. Bowers, J. Ciokajlo, M. Cimino, L. Karwacki, M. Chmielewski, M. Keefer, B. John, G. Montello, D. Madailis, J. Lippman. Third Row-E. Guizzetti, D. Doyle, M McGraw, R. Parkyn, J. Kizes, F Strawn, J. Zuritis, R. Koronkiewicz, L. Rydzeski. Fourth Row-H. Stanton, L. Tushinski, M. Grossman, J. Lapinski, J. Williams T. Koncewicz, H. Kurilla, E. Lee, E l-'upo, V. Zecoski, E. Thomas. Fifth Row-S. Hartzell, I. Mazer, J. Yancoski, C. Feifer, B. Janisak, F. Smigel, C. Shoop. Sixth Row-T. Hughes, J. Hovanes, Mr. V. McHail, Carmelite Weekly Adviser C. Gissel, E. Howal. LITERARY AND BUSINESS STAFFS OF IXL, SPOTLIGHT AND CARMELITE WEEKLY Publications are a necessary part of all school days, and the Carmelite Weekly. IXL, and Spotlight do the job of informing the stud- ents of the latest activities of the school. The members of the staffs do their best to keep the school and the community informed, and in turn, receive valuable experience in editing, reporting, proof-reading, and drawing. -gm -rur H USINESS STA FF First Row, Left tv Right--M. Chmie- lewski, M. Mirarchi, B. Miller, R. Mar- kle, H. Kurilla, C. Shoop, D. Madailis Miss H. Carroll, Adviser. Second Row-lVl. Francis, S. Miller. C Wary, J. Yodis, J. Yancoski, H. Hut- n.ck, A. Soulges. Third Row - J. Levandosky, S. Scic- chitano, F. Rossi, J. Reiner. SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right - Miss C. Scicchitano. Co-Adviser, J. Laplnski, G. Kijaukas, M. Karpinski, M. Klema- shefski, J. Moleski, G. Montello, E. Pupo, D. Sawicki, M. Homitz. O. Homanick, J. Jwazinski, J. Williams, D. Weis, R. Boltralik, A. Czerwinski, M. McGraw, Mrs. R. Cecil, Co-Adviser. Second Row-M. Gros.man, H. Stanton, A. Paul, H. Nodzak, H. Lucas, J. Lipp- man, T. Koncewicz, D. Madailis, M. Keefer, B. John, L. Cortellini, C. Guiz- zetti, E. Guizzetti, M Andreano. 'Third Row-R. Parkyn, M. Crompton, M. Chmielewski, R. Yorkiewiz, A. Sau- kaitis, E. Victor, J. Kizes, L. Tushinski, C. Shoop, E. Snedden, lVI. Cimino, R. Kuklinski. Fourth Row-J. Hofvanes, R. Menapace, J. Yodis, L. Pallokas, W. Neifert, J. Levandosky, B. Kessler. Fifth Row-A. Guarna, C. Marquette, J. Ramage, S. Scicchitano, E. Andrew- levich, J. Rodgers. Sixth Row-C. Stanshin ki, M. Baskin, C. Maher, R. Payne, J. Kovaleski, Seventh Row - G. Weissinger, C. Thomas, G. Adams. K. Wenrich. JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB First Row, Lett to Rigat-M. Mihalo, L Stine, S. Shuda, N Ruths I. Mazer, N. Trump, J. Wetzel, B. Marquette, M. Cav- aleri, S. Bixler, D. Cullen, E. Thomas. Second Row-Mrs. R. Cec.l, Co-Adviser, D. Doyle, R. Fetsko, C. Feifer, B. Janisak, K. Gable, J. Yankoski, S. Hartzell, B. Menapace, S. Pachuta, E. Fortner A. Sougles, J. Zuritis, V. Zecoski, Miss C. Scicchitano, Co-Adviser. Third Row - R. Smith, R. Stabinski, A. Finton. E. Bender, B. Jankoski, D. Krotch- ko, E, Howal, T. Owens, E. Bernas, J. Lallent. Fourth Row-M. Kovalchick, T. Hughes, F. Fegley, P. Gergen, A. Warakomski, W. Kessler, N. Kotora. SOPHOMORE DRAMATIC CLUB First Row, Left to Right - M. .Andrew- levich, J. Erney, C. Snyder, J. Williams, F. Smigel, L. Sokol, J. Bcwers, P. Naru- siewicz, N. Kehler. Second Row - D. Becker. S. Roney, J. Neifert, G. Messarge, D. Karpinski, G. Strawn, J. Singley, Miss C. Scicchitano, Mrs. R. Cecil, Co-Advisers, T. Moleski, P. Lapinski. 'I'hird Row-E. Harry, A. Backus, B. Dal- labrida, J. Kimsal, C. Noll, G. Butchock. OFFICERS President John Levandosky Vice-President . Barbara Menapace Secretary Lorraine Cortellini Treasurer .. , Sara Bixler SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right - E. Schucker F. Strawn, H. Kurilla, T. Pupo, J. Jazwin- ski, A. Czerwinski, R. Boltralik, J. Wil- liams, Montello, G. Furio, M. Andreano E. Guizzetti, M. McGraw, J. Lippman. Second Row - J. Yodis, L. Paliokas, M Kleniasnefski, I. Lvans. A. Froutz, V Wargo, M. Cimino, R. Markle, M. Keefer B. Jonn, E. Snedden, Miss T. Pasersky Directrc-ss. 'I hird Row - J. Osinski, I. Shiko, R. Par- Kyn, A. Saukaitis, R. Kuklinski, R. Sha- rayko, T. Koncewicz, L. Karwacki. Four Row - M. Grossman J. Lapinski U. Nladzlilis, C. Shoop. LIBRARIAN Dolores Madailis. JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right - D. Markie, 1. Bowers, L. Stine, N. Ruths, E. Fortner, M. Mihznlo, S, Bixler, J. Rolko, B. Mar- quette. D. Cullen, J. Evans, A. Adams. Second Row - R. Fetsko, J. Lamb, J. Sharer, S. Shull, J. Wetzel, J. Lucas, B. Roma!-ey, N. Trump, A. Soulges, K. Gable, E. Thomas, Miss T. Pasersky, Di- rectress. Third Row P- C, Feifer, S. Hartzell, S. Pachuta, B. Meiiapace, l. Kaminski, R. Ciokajlo, I. Mazer, S. Shuda. Fourth Row - B. Nicoletti. B. Janisak, E. Aurand, J. Yancoki, J. Ciokajlo. LIBRARIAN .Ianet Evans SOPHOIVIORE GIRLS' GLICE CLUB First Row, Left to Rigrt - R. Noskoviak, S. Williams, D. Luczkoski, L. Polaek, .I. Simmons, J. Schreffler, J. Erney, N. Keh- ler. J. Sulick, M. Kell-er, D. Swartz. .I. Kaminski, L. Sokol, J. Gurba, M. Sheehan. Second Row - G. Messarge. R. Karycki, E. Pope, J. Greco. J. Mouery, J. Neifert, D. Cobelis, M. Andrewlevich. S. Andru- kanis, R. Dorkoski, J. Singley, J. Sharer, Miss T. Pasersky, Directress. Third Row - J. Paint-er, M. Malick, L. Parazinski, D. Zelez, J. Milliams, C. Bras- singten, P. Narusiewicz, J. Bowers, P. Marquette, C. Snyder. Four Routh - M. Ragalyi, J. Reiner, G. Strawn, D. Karpinski, V. Andrews, L. Belkoski. Fifth Row - R. Wolfgang, F. Smigelf H. White, L. Justin, F. Balent. LIBRARIAN Lorraine Sokol v v BOYS' GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right - J. Chubb, V. Guzevich, W. Kessler, A. Guarna, T. Hughes, N. Kotora, F. Malinoski, M. Ko- valchick, Miss T. Pasersky, Directress. Second Row - T. Owens, B. Jankoski, C. Stashinski, R. Shutt, A. Warakomski, A. Wert, G. Powis, B. Kessler, J. Hovanes. LIBRARIAN Arthur Wert SENIOR DANCING CLUB First Row, Left to Right - Miss H. Car- roll, Co-Adviser, D. Swatski, T. Pupo, H. Kurilla, M. Mirarchi, J. Osinski M. Keefer, M. Klemashefski, O. Homanick, J. Jazwinski, J. Williams, M. Chmielewski, M. Crompton, D. Bolesta, G. Miontello, J. Yodis. Second Row - R. Repella, J. Kautter, J. Feifer, C. Shoop, D. Weis, E. Guizzetti, M. McGraw, L. Cortellini, G. Furio, C. Wary, L. Paliokas, Mrs. I. Kulick, Co- Adviser. Third Row - B. Kessler, D. Moyer, C. Marquette, M. Sokol, J. Rodgers, G. An- geli, C. Gissel, J. Barber. OFFICERS President . . . , .,.,, Jeanette Yodis Secretary . . . . . , ,,,, Joanne Williams Treasurer . .. . . . ,Mary Keefer JUNIOR, SOPHOMORE DANCING CLUB First Row, Left to Right - P. Marquette, D. Wagner, M. Luptowski, J. Erney, M. Klrevitskie, M. Furio, A. Yuskoski, L. Polack, D. Luczkoski, S. Williams, J. Ka- minski, N. Kehler, J. Sharer, M. Andrew- levich, S. Andrukanis. Second Row - Miss H. Carroll, Co-Ad- viserg D. Zelez, M. Sheehan, J. Gurba, V. Andrews, J. Greco, E. Pope, M. Keller, R. Karycki, A. Troyan, L. Parazinski, J. Neifert, P. Narusiewicz, J. Bowers, Mrs. I. Kulick, Co-Adviser. Third Row - T. Butts, T. Breslin, C. Boles-ta, W. Hynoski, N. Kotora, J. Bal- lent E. Harry. Fourth Row - P. Vincenzes, W. Kessler. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB First Row, Left te Right - R. Klemus, D. Kobilis. R. Harbold, L. Chueoski, E. Lavish, P. Matulewicz, R. Krouch, R. Repella, L. Gribbin, F. Fantini, W. Lar- zelere. Second Row - Mr. J. Paskevich, Ad- viser: E. Staskiel, R. Martin, J. Marquette, R. Jagloski, K. Wenrieh, M. Troyan, J. Cero, W. Farrell, G. Hosgood. Third Row - W. Kessler, R. Ciokajlo, D. Moyer, E. Kizel, R. Lindenmuth, E. Ruths. OFFICERS President Fred Fantini Vice President Reynold Repella Secretary Edward Kizel Treasurer Matthew Troyan GIRLS' HIKING CLUB First Row, Left to Right - R. Botralik, M. Klemashefski, H. Lucas, J. Lippman, R. Parkyn, J. Jazwinski, Miss E. Howard, Adviser: O. Homanick, M. Homitz, D. Sawieki, J. Williams, G. Furio, E. Guiz- zetti, M. Andreano. Second Row - J. Lapinski, M. Grossman, H. Santon, D. Bolesta, J. Keller, S. Miller, H. Hutnick, M. Crompton, G. Kijauskas, M. Karpinski, M. Keefer, C. Guizzetti. Third Row H M. Fabrizio, M. Fedorshock, M. Chmielewski, R. Yorkiewicz, V. Wargo, E. Victor, A. Czerwinski, L. Cortellini. OFFICERS President Rita Boltralik Vice President Joanne Lapinski Secretary Antoinette Cz-erwinski Treasurer Joanne Williams RIFLE ULU H First Row, Left to Right - V. Chesney, P. Lapinsky, S. Wydra, T. Moleski, J. Cero, R. Wagner, F. Rossi, H. Davis. Second Row - J. Chubb, L. Glowaeki, B. Dallabrida. M. Troyan, R. Bailey, W. Farrell, F. Fantini, Mr. G. Menges, Adviser. Third Row - R. Shutt, J. Aurand L. Gribbin, C. Kessler, C. Stashinski. OFFICERS President Wayne Mazari Vice President Leonard Glowaeki Secretary . Thomas Mfoleski Treasurer . . Harry Davis Y ' 1' BRIDGE CLUB First Row, Left to Right - J. Lippman, Miss A. Bahner, Adviserg H. Lucas, C. Guizzetti. Second Row - J. Lapinski, M. Grossman, H. Stanton. OFFICERS President . Marilyn Grossman Vice President Joanne Lapinski Secretary .. ., , Judith Lippman Treasurer Carolyn Guizzetti PINOCHLE CLUB First Row, Left to Right - Miss K. Bill- man, Adviserg H. Doyle, G. Kijauskas, R. Kehler, M.Karpinski, A. Czerwinski, R. Boltralik, H, Stanton, A. Finton, A. Backus, T. Owens. Second Row - J. Kovaleski, R. Payne, D. Wenrich, R. Wertz, A. Belfonte, C. Kessler, G. Adams, J. Ballent, D. Kobilis, J. Kimsal, T. Demboski. Third Row - A. Kunsaitis, R. Stabinski. OFFICERS President . . .. . Albert Kunsaitis Secretary Mary Ann Karpinski Treasurer , .,.., Rita Boltralik CHESS CLUB First Row, Left to Right - T. Hughes, J. Olshefski, J. Jones, A. Guarna. Second Row - J. Rodgers, V. Reedinger, D. Moyer. Third Row - F. Malinowski, Mr. V. McHail, Adviserg A. Kunsaitis. LITERARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right M H. Stanton T. Pupo, H. Kurilla, A. Paul, H. Nodzak M. McGraw, G. Furio, R. Parkyn, J. Moi leski. E. Pupo, M. Keefer, E. Schucker F. Strawn, D. Madailis. Second Row - G. Kijauskas, L. Km'- wacki. T. Koncewicz, D. Swatski, R. Ko- ronkiewicz, G. Montello M. Karpinski, H Hutnicfk. E. Kriskie. M. Fedorshock. Miss N. Johnson, Adviserg M. Francis. Third Row - E. Koronkiewicz, I. Evans, H. Knorr. L. Paliokas, M. Cimino. J. Ki7es. OFFICERS President Joan Moleski Vice President Helen Nodzak LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right - G, Mcssargv. B. Remaley, J. Lamb, D. Markle, J. Su- lick. L. Sokol, M. Taylor. J. Zuritis. Second Row - J. Osinski, J. Painter. L Tushinski, R. Yorkiewicz. A. Froutz, I. Turick, A. Zymek. Miss E. Olshefski, Adviser. Third Row - V. Wargo, E. Victor, V Zecoski, J, Keller. SOCIAL ICTlQUE'I"l'E CLUB First Row, Left to Right - T. Pupo. H Kurilla, A. Paul. H. Nodzak, E. Moser .I. Schreiller, J. Simmons, J. Gurba, Miss R. Shovlin. Adviser: M. Swaboski, J. Wil- lizims, R. Parkyn, M. McGraw, J. Molcski. .I. Erney. Second Row - L. Gustitus. A. Yuskoski. R. Ciokzijlo, T. Puchalski. A. Warsheski. D. Wagner, D. Zelez, D. Weis, T. Kon- cewicz, D. Swatski. E. Pupo, G. Montcllo. A. Pranskevich, M. Cimino. Third Row - J. Osinski, J. Keller, I, Evans, M. Mirarchi. E. Koronkiewicz. R. Koronkiewicz, A. Saukaitis, R. Kuklinski, R. Sharayko. Fourtr Row -ff- - G. Pasczivage. E. Rudock. I.. Paliokas, H. Knerr, C. Socha. OFFICERS President Alice Saukaitis Vice Presid-ent Lillian Gustitis Secretary-Treasurer Joan Gurba 1 CAMERA CLUB First Row, Left to Right - M. Karpinski, J. Jazwinski, A. Saukaitis, H. Kurilla. R. Kuklinski, R. Sharayko, J. Simimons, J. Schreffler, G. Furio, J. Moleski. Second Row - G. Kijauskas, R. Boltra- lik, M. Klemashefski, R. Parkyn, M. Swa- boski, V. Andrews, G. Montello A. Prans- kevich, .M. McGraw. Third Row - G. Powis, A. Wert, Mr. T. Barnes, Adviserg A. Tasker. OFFICERS President . . Gloria Furio Vice President . . Helen Kurilla Secretary .. . . Marie Homitz Treasurer Ruth Ann Beaver TRAVEL CLUB First Row, Left to Right .- V. Reedinger. A. Guarana, A. Finton, F. Fegley, V. Guzevich, T. Hughes. Second Row - J. Ciokajlo, I. Bowers, S. Bixler, J. Toth, B. Marquette, B. Nico- letti, A. Soulges, S. Pachuta, B. Menapace, N. Tyump, H. MHS, M.. Cavaleri, J. Olsheiski. Third Row -- S. Shuda, I. Mazer, M. Gir- ten, J. Lucas, C. Feifer, B. Janisak, M. Vincenzes, L. Joraskie, J. Yancoski, J. Wetzel, 'B. John E. Thomas, T. Owens, AB. Jankoski. Fuurth Row - D. Cullen, J. Painter, J. Singley, C. Snyder, J, Reiner, H. Stanton, J. Jones, E. Aurand, E. Fortner, A. Wara- koniski, J. Pollock. Fifth ROW -- P. Vincenzes, C. Stashin- ski, J. Rodgers, E. Howal, D. Green, D. Krotchlgo. Sixth Row - T. Narcavage, F. Rossi, T. Greff, W. Kiessler, Mr. C. Boleske, Adviser. OFFICERS President ...,. . Clayton Stashinski Vice President . .. . Thomas Owens Secretary-Treasurer .. Betty Janisak LETTERMEN'S CLUB First Row, Left to Right - P. Vincenzes. J. Levandosky, G. Adams, C. Thomas, Mar uette R Menapace S Sienkie- C. q , . . , . wicz, M. Kovalchick, M. Sokol, S. Forktus J. Ramage, R. Repella, T. Butts. Second Row - G. Macutkiewicz, J. Kaut- ter, W. Kessler, R. Kehler, V. Karycki, D. Rupp, R. Ciolajko, J. Feifer, K. Wen- rich. G. Weissinger, C. Rakus, Mr. M Terry. Adviser. 1 we 1 if 11 Q i THE CHEERLEADERS In Front, Left to Right - C. Guizzetti, J. Williams, M. Andreano. Standing - F. Rossi, E. Guizzetti, J. Yodis, B. John, A. Guarna. THE BAND First Row, Ileft to Right-J. Bartosevich, M. Balent, F. Stine, S. Toy, J. Semerod J. Andreano, W. St-rausser, J. Shopinski, T. Rivack, J. Miller. Second Row - C. Finton, A. Hatzel, R Vitacco, R. Shutt, N. Hamer, R. Kunsai- tis, R. Gronski, D. Hindmarch, R. Jelus, G. Socoloskie, G. Deitrick, R. Shopinski, J. Roadarmel, W. Kraftchak. Third Row - P. Semicek, J. Kraftchak O. Lerch, D. Snyder, R. Hinkel, D. Wood- ring, D. Becker, R. O'Rei1ly, R. Stancav- age, T. Hughes. Fourth Row - E. Harry, B. Jankoski, P Gergen, T. Owens, A. Warakomski, F Fegley, E. Karasevich, A. Finton, A Backus, C. Noll. Fifth Row - W. Kessler, D. Green. L Wisdo, F. Malinowski, J. Rodgers. Sixth Row - A. Wertz, B. Kessler, C Stashinski, J. Pollock, THE CADETTES In Front, Left to Right - C. Shoop H. Stanton. Standing - J. Ruths, J. Sharer, J. Mar- COOFI. 1 llarmelitfl Staff LAPINSKI MISS E M ROWE I LIPPIVIAN L CORTELLINI Editor-in-Chiet' Adviser Co-Editors C. STASHINSKI D. IVIADAILIS, B, MILLER J. LEVANDOSKY Sports Editor Typists A1 1,151 Ads Solicitors G. POWIS Student Photwgraphor Literary Committee Sr. Sales Committee Jr. Sales Committee Soph Sales Co mmitteo port: 49 ?'l -A ky ss 3 Xi H Q 3 3 94 3 Kl.i?g5f'3Ts'::sfqifiiikitkfii1 2.'ffYiriZTFE?Sffi4xE2I2i?3iiNKE2i8K iZiS5ii??Y5iE553iim. ' , ' V-EZZLZM,-W - -X'?3Li2S3?S5S?9SiT.4'i -.4TiiiZi3QZST'5'3Lf: XISYX. -'Q ,an Nm P3mi"sL we .sick QWJWG ww! if --...,,...,,, www sw W. , A K K '+VE:'N-KE??f5a.ff3if'Ti'1."X' ' V Z 4 X P ' I M .. -, H A . VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row, Left to Right - K. Wenrich, G. Weissinger, G. Adams, C. Thomas, V Reedinger, R. Kehler, C. Msarquette, M. Sokol, V. Karychi, R. Rosinski, J. Levan- dosky, R. Lavish. Second Row - S. Forktus, R. Caser, C. Kessler, J. Kautter, W. Beierschmitt, D Rupp, J. Gabert, R. Williams, D. Moyer, M. Baskin, S. Sienkiewicz. Third Row - A. Stine, C. Rakus, V. Okronglis, L. Szymanski, A. Bressi, -C. Bolesta G. Sofranck, L. Staskiel. ' Fourth Row - W. Hynoski, F. Sharer, J. Glessman, J. Marquette, R. Payne, J Q Chabala, W, Neifert. Fifth Row - L. Angell, R. Butts, G. Macutkiewicz, A. Pope, D. Latshaw, R. Kun- saitis, T. Breslin, T. Butts, Sixth Row - Mr. G. Wrona, Assist. Coachg R. Menapace, P. Vincenzes, Mlr. M Terry, Coach. Ushering in the 1948 season with a series of impressive victories, the M. C. H. S. football squad seemed to have everything any coach could wish for. Defeating such teams as Tamaqua, Mahanoy City, Mount Carmel Township, Coal Township, and Kulpmont, the Red Tor- nadoes were riding high when they chose a most inopportune time to ll 9.5" ft? err and stumble before an inspired Ashland foe. The road to come back was not easyg and though we succeeded ,saga J in defeating Hazleton, we were again to fall before a spunky Sunbury eleven. Dame Fortune smiled through, however, and capped the season 1, f l' gg? with a triumphant 25 to 0 victory over our traditional rivals, the Grey- "sf 4' hounds of Shamokin. 5 7 I With the curtain drawn and gridiron glory in evidence, with an execellent record to look back on, and with fine material for the future, the students of lVl. C. H. S. can Well be proud of the achievements of both the coach and the team. , 1948 FOOTBALL RECORD Mount Carmel ......,...,. Tamaqua ,.,.... Mount Carmel Mahanoy City Mount Carmel Coal Township Mount Carmel Kulpmont . , . J., L, Mount Carmel Shenandoah . Q Mount Carmel M. C. Township Mount -Carmel Ashland ...,.. ' Mount Carmel Hazleton ....,., Q Mount Carmel Sunbury . . . Mount Carmel .... . . Shamokin . . ..6 ,.0 0 9' . 0 .. 0 0 ...13 .. 6 9 . 0 TRACK TEAM l 4 First Row, Left to Right - J. Levandosky, A. Bressi, A. Stine. J. Cress, R. Krouch L. Staskiel, L. Chucoski, W. Beaver, J. Ballent, M. Kovalchick, A. Guarna, Staskiel, C. Bolesta. Second Row - Mr. G. Breslin, Coach: S. Forktus, R. Ciokajlo, F. MCM51H3m3H, DeGaetano, G. Macutkiewicz, A. Pope, L. Brezinski, A. Butts, A. Warakomski, Kautter, F. Bottari, V. Reedinger, J. Marquette, M. Moraskie, B. Rynkiewicz, Ramage, Mgr. Third Row - Mr. G. Menges, Coachg C. White, A. Teufel, C. Marquette, J. Reiner J. Feifer, G. Adams, G.Weissinger, P. Vincenzes, D. Rupp, A. Sharayko, R Wetzel A. Kunsaitis, R. Mayer, J. Pollock, W. Mazari, T. Butts, P. Dietz, R. Repella, Mgr With the guiding of Coach Breslin to show the way, Mount Car- mel's 1948 track team turned in a most impressive record. With fast, well conditioned athletes, the squad was able to set the pace and take 5 KE il finals in many events. An outstanding mark has been set by this 'team I 'X Ng! and those of the future will have to be at their best to equal the achieve- ,fi F ments made on the cinder tracks of '48. 'J April 3-Novice Meet-Won by Juniors. HEEUHIJ 1948 May 8-Mt. Carmel Invitation Meet-Won April 17-Interclass Meet-Won by Sen- by Mt. Carmel. i0fS. May 11-Lebanon Relays-M1.. Carmel April 24-Penn Re1ayS-Third- 2nd-winner of 440 relay. Aprll 27'Tr1angu1ar Meet' May 15-District 4 Meet at Williamsport Mt. Carmel .... lst -Won by Mt' Carmel. Shamokin ""r 2nd Ma 22-Stat F' 1 fst r C ll 1 Kulpmont . .. . . 3rd y . e ma S a a e ' O ege- 0 April 29-Lewisburg-Away pomts' . Mt. Carmel J. V.'s .. 64 Half M119 Relay Second Lewisburg H. S. V.. 40 Stephen Forktus ..... third May 1--Coaldale Invitation Meet-Won J0SeDh Feifef -1 1 fourth by Mt'Carme1- Mile Relay . fifth Teuitl. Alfred Sharayko, Anthony Forktus, Stephen Brezinski, Leo Moraskie, Michael DeGaetano, Raymond Levandosky, John Chucoski, Leonard Mayer, Robert Repella, Reynold Mfazari, Wayne Macutkiewicz, George Rynkevich, Bernard Adams, Glenn Ciokajlo, Raymond Managers White, Clarence Marquette, Charles Feifer, Joseph Ramage, James Wetzel, Robert Reiner, James Vincenzes, Philip Dietz, Paul Repella, Reynold 'AQ J R J J insul- - VARSITY BASKETBALL W' , .1 - --A L 1 In Front, Left to Right - C. Marquette, J. Wisniewski, G. Adams, Captain: 1-'. Vincenzes, T. Butts. Standing 4 J. Ramage, Mgr.: G. Menges, Coach: M. Sokol, G. Weissinger, J. Pollock T. Breslin. D. Latshaw, R. Repella, Mgr. Opening the season on their home court with a nip and tuck 49-50 victory over Gi- rardville, the M. C, H. S. cagers went on to compile an excellent record of 13 wins and 11 losses in a series of thrill packed games. In playing what is perhaps one of the fastest sports on record, the one that calls on Cu- operation, level-headedness, and team-work, Coach Menges and his quintette have suc- ceeded in setting a high standard that should be both an inspiration and a challenge to Varsity teams of the future. 1948 RECORD 1949 December 8-Mount Carmel 10-Mount Carmel 13-Mount Carmel 15-Mount Carmel 17-Mount Carmel 21-Mount Carmel 23-Mount Carmel January 4--Mount Carmel 7-Mount Carmel 11-Mount Carmel 14-Mount .Carmel 18-Mount Carmel 21-Mount Carmel 24-Mount Carmel 26-Mount Carmel 28-Mount Carmel February 1-Mount Carmel 4-Mount Carmel 8-Mount Carmel 11,-Mount Carmel 18-Mount Carmel March 10-Mount Carmel 17-Mount Carmel 22-Mount Carmel s-1 Girardvillc . , . , 49 Ashland . , , 45 Girardville . 47 Ashland 40 Pottsville . . 23 Sunbury , . 42 Williamsport , . 41 Mount Carmel Township . 41 Coal Township , . . 40 Shamokin . . . . 43 Conyngham , . . . 37 Shamokin St. Edward's . . 56 Kulpmont . , . . . , , 33 Shamokin . . . . . , 44 Coal Township . . . , , . , 51 Mount Carmel Township . , , 68 .Shamokin St. Edward's 69 Coal Township . 60 Shamokin . , . . . 62 Conyngham . . . 28 Kulpmont , . 38 Bloomsburg CPrelimD . 41 Nanticoke CSemi-finaly , ,. 33 Newport Township CFinalJ . 60 'AO JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBAIJIITJ I-'fu rig!! Kneeling, Left to Righ - A. Backus, F. Sharer, R. Ryan, R. Wertz, J. Griffith, R. Lutz. Standing 4 Mr. J. Paskevich, 'Coachg J. Anescheck, J. Marquette, J. Shiko, L. Gribbin, P. Gergen, R. Varano, R. Hook, Mlgr. The Jr. Varsity basketball squad under the able direction of Coach Joseph Paskevich has compiled one of the most enviable rec- ords in High's f'understudy" League. Though little attention is paid to these players, it must be remembered that the JV's of today are the Varsity of tomorrowg and the skill and teamwork learned now will be turn-ed into victories of the future. The J. V. team won the Keystone League Junior Varsity championship. RECORD 1948-49 December 8-Mount Carmel ., 34 10-Mount Carmel 13-Mount Carmel 15-Mount Carmel 17-Mount Carmel 21-Mount Carmel 23-Mount Carmel January 4-Mount Carmel 7-Mount Carmel 11-Mount Carmel 14-Mount Carmel 18-Mount Carmel 21-Mount Carmel 28-Mount Carmel February 1-fMount Carmel 4-Mount Canmel 8-Mount Carmel ll-Mount Carmel 18-Mount -Carmel Girardville . . . . . . 32 Ashland , , . . . . 43 Girardville . . . 27 Ashland . . . . 46 Pottsville ,,.,, . , . 33 Sunbury , . , . . 39 Williamsport , . . , . 46 Mount Carmel Twp .... . . , 21 Coal Twp, . ., 36 Shamokin . . . .,.... , , . 24 Conyngham , . ,,,., . . 32 St. Edward's, Shamokin ..., , , . 15 Kulpmont ..........,. . , . 16 Mount Carmel Twp. , . . . . 20 St. Ed'ward's, Shamokin .. 19 Coal Twlp. . ...., ., 44 Conyngham .... . .... . . 16 Shamokin . , . , , , 26 Kulpmont . .. 23 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM bronx Row Left to Right G Breslin Coach R Krouch, T. Demboski, E. Bernas, Second Row L Brezlnskl S S16l'1k16W1CZ J Feifer J. Reiner, J. Pollock, E. C ross Countrv has not as yet returned to its pre-war standard in 1eg1onal schools Mount Carmel competed in only two meets losing AIHLLIIL M!-XNAIHLHS1 Seated, Left to Right - R. Harbold, C. Horsfield, W. Evans, H. Ramagc, R. Wagner, R. Ramage, R.Hook. Standing - P. Dietz, J. Ramage. It Repella. EUNEESSIUN - S'l'!lNIl "BUSY HERE" In Front, Left to Right - Nogiman Ku' tora, Robert Lutz. First Row-I. Shiko, H. Noclzak, Miss R. Shovlin, Miss C. Scicchitano, Mrs I. Kulick, D. Swatski, E. Thomas. Second Row - H. Kurilla, J. Osinski. I. Evans, T. Koncewicz, L. Karwacki, M. Krevitski, M. Cimino, J. Wetzel. Third Row - D. Madailis, I. Mazer. J. Yancoski, M. McGraw, M. Chmielew- ski, D. Bolesta. E 5, THE SENIORS RIDE ,,. , A, QQ xg f Ex Q X 'L 'J '11 'i', Ill! x fha Qs, 0 OS Aff? 06 E cy .VKSPOW gg THE JUNIORS PUSH A SNEAK SNACK X-RAY UNIT 4' T HE SOPHOMORES WALK 1 I 0,6 X x" E E11 xiisiifh GO? Q9 E. fr: , ? V . ..,, f , i qi R, N. 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Complimerzzif of the Northumberland County Republican Committee HENRY LARK C Mount Carmel Amusement Company SEEBURG M U S I C SYSTEMS 229 South Oak Street, Mount Carmel Phone 1297 KESSLERS . . . Leading jewelers fn DIAMONDS WATC H ES JEWE LRY FOLLOW THE CROWD OF ALERT BUYERS 38-40 South Oak Street "On the jieln' of .slboniv nnn' in ine gnnze of IW nzny yon nlwnyf be on the winning Kenna" Mount Carmel Brewery MOUNT CARMEL MOTORS Genera! Auto Rcjmirf Kaiser-Frazer N l Willys-Overland International Trucks 230 SOUTH OAK STREET TELEPHONE 614 e JWi!!e1f'5 Pieeeeee Cleemees The "Tops" in Dry Cleaning 42-44 NORTH MAPLE STREET BRIDY MOTORS Oldsmobile f Cadillac f G. M. C. Trucks SALES AND SERVICE Distributor of Gas and Oils MOUNT CARMEL AND GREEN RIDGE Main Office: Mount Carmel 7365! Wiflvei to the Clam 0f1949 in Anthracite Fire Co. No. 1 Compliments of IOS. G. ZECOSKI Tax Colledor D. A. Kessler Constructi n Co., Inc O o CULM RECOVERY o ROAD CONSTRUCTION o ROAD MAINTENANCE o STRIPPING o GRADING 0 EXCAVATING a Specialty Office and Resia'ence.' 124 East Avenue, Mount Carmel. . .Phone 213 Yami' Third and Pine Streets. . . Phone 19-R THE BEST... Dr. Swefiff R001 Beef Sam-ref mm' Peter Pam Bezfemgef Nerbiffff Omnge TAMECKI SONS BOTTLING CO. Mount Carmel . . . Phone 311 Ashland 85 Shamokin Auto Bus Co 0 Scheduled Service between Ashland and Shamokin 0 Chartered Bus Service to any point in Pennsylvania Complimentx of I.. C. HARTZ ELL Manager J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. Compliments of Compliments of Langis Peter A. justin Candy Shop M- D- Sboffllfe 6 Howmes RECREATION CENTER A 7 M. N Q J 35 South Oak St., Mount Carmel A. EXWARAKOMSKI Wleolesezle Conketionery Qzeifelem Pretzels Wise Clzlbs 27 SOUTH POPLAR STREET Phone 623 LESTER R. WEHRY Realtor emel General Insurance 52 NORTH HICKORY STREET Phone 677 Compliments of E. R. BASTRESS co. Phone 550 Seventh and Oak Streets Mount Carmel A K E LA I TI S Thom Studio 246 South Oak Street TYE Auto Supply Co RAY TYE, OWNER DeSoto ff Pbl77ZOZ!l'b Corduroy Tires Headquarters for all MOPAR PARTS and ACCESSORIES for Plymouth, DeSoto, Chrysler and Dodge Cars and Trucks SECOND AND GRAPE STREETS Ph one 1011 Telephone 175 Bradley's Insurance Agency Compliments of INSURANCE Dr. Charles A. FC1fCI BONDS REAL ESTATE 3 West Avenue, Mount Carmel Phone 321 Teniirl Seeeneedga. STATIONERS 20 NORTH OAK STREET ...Where Mount Carmel students have purchased SCHOOL SUPPLIES for a We refuse 0: ' ' fo GAMBLQEZ wi th you gn . -pawf 1 I X Sickness is a sufficient misfortune in itself without adding to its seriousness or prolongation by inferior medicaments. This pharmacy realizes its great responsibility when entrusted with your doctor's pre- scription. We permit no commercial con- sideration to influence us in our purchase of quality drugs, and adhere strictly to our policy of accurately compounding for you just what your doctor ordered. generation Standard Drug Store Polbfnnnez Neztnrezl Bridge Play Poise Rec! Cross fdmouj .hy Hot Dogs and Miller Bros. Hambufgefs SHOE STORE since 1921 Sboef jnr the Entire Filmjbl zz SOUTH OAK STREET ACADEMY MOUNT CARMEL Nunn-Bnsla Freernezn BILLIARD PARLOR Paul Soulges, Proprietor Qu john Wardrop 8: Son Hardware Merchants 27 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 374 Congmtulcztiom and Best Wishes to the Clair cf '49 REA 8c DERICK INC. We Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions I Expert Truss Fitting I Headquarters for Elastic Goods, Stockings and Abdominal Supporters LFG ,4 XR ILQCTIQC surging Electrical Contractors 16 WEST FIFTH STREET. . .PHONE 540 H0l770i72f RANGES REFRIGERATORS WATER HEATERS WASHERS DEEP FREEZERS CABINETS and SINKS DISPOSALS IRONERS DISH WASHERS CLOTHES DRYERS 'lfllwazys the Best" U LOUIS GROSSMAN SONS A. RO0Q6lj?ll57' CO. North'sjewel1'y Store 5 Electrical O A d l Contractors goo Pace to buy E a WATCH 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 190 108 SOUTH OAK STREET l Best Wixlaes to the Clem of1949 The Mount Carmel Item , extenely Pete s eongmlulatiofzs emel Clothes Shop u ben' wzflaes to the Clem WU49 PETE MEHOK WINNIE CALLAGH Compliments of Compliments of Light Lunch Amiyff Proclzzfe 6' Phone 1212 Third and Maple Streets Phone 9787 King Music House EVERYTHING MUSICAL 24 North Oak St., Mount Carmel Phone 1110-.I Best Wishes for the Class of '49 P67777Zd7'lif Plumbing 141 West Third Street.. .Phone 141 Albertini Motor Co. BUICK PONTIAC Cars4CH EVROLET-Trucks Complete Automotive Seroice Dealerx in Guaranteed Quality Used Cart 218-224 West Third Street Phone 116 CHARLES H. REITZ Attorney-at-Law 11 WEST THIRD STREET MOUNT CARMEL Dr. W A. Snyder Optometrirt THIRD 8: OAK STREETS TELEPHONE 400 HENLEIVS Foremost Ladies' Wearing Apparel Store 139 South Oak Street Phone 583 ANTHRACITE AUTO Compliments J 0 Automotive Replacement Parts BRUNO BEVIVINO ' Complete LUMBER l Machine Shop Service 105 WEST AVENUE TELEPHON 1220 o 1304 CO. Compliments M STATE THEATRE COMPLIMENTS OF Reed's Milk mm' Ice Cream Co. Mount Carmel and Shamokin HIGGINS FUNERAL SERVICE N otloing Ooerdone. . . Nothing Undone Dr. L. E. Gergen Oloiofnefriff Mount Carmel COMPLIMENTS OF Cummins Diesel Engines INC. George N. Kerstetter ff jewelry f Diamonds ff GMI 16 EAST FIFTH STREET Mount Carmel FLORSHEIM Always the newest things in 5 A R M A N FORTUNE Clothing, Shoes and C Furnishings 'S C50 for young men of taste OC G50 Q5 INQUIRE ABOUT oUR x06 9590 PREPAYMENT QW CLOTHING PLANS S E L B Y P. A. Stief 85 Sons TWEEDIE FOOTREST 9-13 North Oak Street IT PAYS TO PLAY! Mount Carmel Sporting Goods Fourth and Apple Streets Phone 1314 EVERYTHING FOR SPORTS W C. Hack 8c Sons D EPE N DAB LE Hardware GENERAL ELECTRIC and PHILCO APPLIANCES 8 North Oak Street COMPLIMENTS OF John Lapinski coMPL1MENTs OF BEVERAGE Mr. and Mm. DISTRIBUTOR , , E. Clayton Smflfzmkz 221 South Maple Street S Phone 253 Compliments of Varano's Warehouse Compliments of ST. PETER'S YOUTH COUNCIL Compliments of TRUCKS AND BU SSES Lippmarfs General Store f CENTRALIA Vzfznmzner Rea Sale! Atlas, Pa. Courtesy of Hole! Penny lwmiaz , y Carl s R L CASARI, MANAGER Confectronery Fifth and Market Streets Mount Carmel, Pa. Phone 9747 Avenue 8: Maple Street Mount Carmel GAS is Bef! ' Cooking i Refrigeration 07' Water Heating House Heating IN THE CITY: Mount Carmel Citizens Gas Co. Mount Carmel Photographic Supplies C9- Pbolo Finislom Commercial Pbotogmjnlaery IN THE COUNTRY: CD- A Naturol "Bottle" Gas GAS-OIL PRODUCTS, INC' 117-119 NOI'Il'1 Oak SIICCI 113 North Oak Street, Mount Carmel, Pa. phone 1332 Phone 494 Compliments of MARY AYRES BEAUTY SHOPPE 225 West Avenue Phone 5 43 LOVELY-LADY BEAUTY SALON Mary Ann Karpinski Beauty Culture in All I ts Branches 121 North Locust Street Phone 4-81-R WILLIAMS BROS. Auto Glass Installed Plate Glass for Furniture Tops 222 NORTH VINE STREET PHONE 1633 Compliments of CORTELLINI SHOE SERVICE lVIount Carmel NEW YORK SHOE SHINE H. J. POWIS and Sign Shop HAT CLEANING PARLOR 116 South Hickory Street 36 South Oak Street Phgne 198 RAMAGE'S SERVICE STATIONS "Where Quality Counts" Mount Carmel-Phone 9762 Logan--Phone Ashland 9141 ATLANTIC GAS AND OIL DR. JAMES A. MORRISON Dentirt Kerosene-White Gas Tires-Accessor es Groceries and Confectionery TOM CUFF R. GUINAN 8. COMPANY GULF SERVICE STATION Tire! and Batteries Stores at MOUNT CARMEL MAHANOY CITY SHAMOKIN A. V. MISCAVAGE AII Forms of Insurance N omry Public 4 North Oak Street W DINGER SHOE STORE BOSTONIAN and ENNA JETTICK General Merchandise Plumbing Supplies Work Clothes Wallpaper and Paints Fur Clothes Electric Appliances Compliments of SHAPIRO'S 206 South Oak St., Mount Carmel FICCA BROS' Phone 1 Z 3 5 Cotton Piece Goods Fluorescent Lights Atlas-Telephone Rayon Piece Goods Rugs and Linoleum Draperies and Curtains Mattresses SUPERIOR ELECTRIC SERVICE 42 North Oak Street Phone 1270 POTTS BROS' Philco Refrigerators and Radios Hot oint P Electric Ranges, Refrigerators Water Heaters PCPULAR FINANCE CO., Inc. Guarantee Trust Bldg. Phone 1 144 S. A. REIMERT Manager PARRY'S' Meats, Poultry and Groceries 123 North Oak Street Phone 5 Good Luck T0 You All! ANN'S DRESS SHOP 210 South Oak Street Phone 1 170 mhz Gift gimp George D. Miller Cczrdr and Gifts for all occasions M czgczzinex 15 West Third Street N'ESBITT'S CUT RATE M omit Carmelk Original Cut Rate O Fourth and Oak Streets SCHELUS FLOWER SHOP Cormges Our Specialty FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE 208 South Oak Street Phone 564 HODRICK'S APPLIANCE CENTRE Radios, Refrigerators Ranges, Washers, Sinks and Housewares FIFTH AND OAK STREETS DR. PAUL A. SCHNEIDER Demfixt STERN'S SPECIALTY SHOPPE Compliments of Everything for the RITE LAUNDRY Klddwf 134 South Oak Street Phone 1 184 HOSIERY MILL STORE Complete Line of Ladies', Children's, Men's Hosiery 22 EAST FOURTH STREET P RCA Victor ' Stromherg-Carlson Radios ' Zenith Radios P Kelvinator Refrigerators CONNAGHAN'S MUSIC STORE 26 North Oak Street Wedding Sl Portrait Photographers VICTORIA STUDIOS SHAMOKIN Phone 1853 MOUNT CARMEL Phone 624 Compliments of woRKMEN's lS'UPI'LY co. Compliments of ATLAS HARDWARE CO. Compliments of SH'IMOCK'S F urniture, Wallpaper, Paint 241 SOUTH OAK STREET VALLISH'S Fine Furniture , F urs, S hoes MOUNT CARMEL Compliments of H. O. MOSER HELEN B. LYONS Compliments of A. LUCAS General I ' Dixtributor INSURANCE 427 East Fifth Street Guarantee Trust Building phone 422 DR. HARRY L. LOGAN Dentist Success to the Class of '49 O BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street Wallp COH EN'S aper--Paints--Stove R M aunt Carmel epairs Compliments of SMART DRESS SHOP Compliments of L. W. WEISSINGER Compliments of DR. M. M. UFBERG Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE DR. H. H. MAGINNIS Dentist HALEY'S FLOWER SHOPPE F lowers for All Occasions DAY PHONE 803 NIGHT PHONE 419-W 49 West Fourth Street HOROWITZ 107 South Oak Street for Better Graduation Gifts DR FERDINAND R. CORONITI Dentist 41 West Fourth Street Mount Carmel TONI-lEE'S STATIONERY SUPPLY J. 8z M. Lee Galonski fl Card F or E-very Occasion 51 WEST FOURTH STREET Mount Carmel JAY'S Compliments of l 34 South Oak Street DR. J. F. 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