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

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The twentieth century was destined to become the most progressive era since the beginning of mankind not only in scientiiic progress but also in cultivating a love for the highest attributes of life. During school we, the class of '50, have developed for ourselves the keen judgment and wisdom required to carry us forward to fame and success, but fame is secondary to something far more satisfying and lasting-understanding. We will find much peril and many hardships achieving this faculty, but once it is conquered, we shall be fortified to undertake the long and tedious journey of life. The pioneers of the nineteenth century were never so well prepared. We owe much to the "patricians", our teachers and leaders, who have taught us the value of understanding and just how we might use this device to the best of our ability. They have shown us the errors and failures of the world and have directed our course far from the path of destruction that we may live this second half of the twentieth century in peace and good will. Let us hope we do not fall into that deplorable pit that can destroy us all. We, as the judges of 1950, owe our sincerest thanks to the "Plebs", the underclassmen, who have helped to make our school days a great and joyous success. They have stirred within us the initiative to move to greater heights of ambition and have given us persever- ance to endure the many disappointments which walk hand-in-hand with life. ' Surely with all the courage, ability, and fortitude which we have acquired during our school years we, the class of 1950, will find the key to success and happiness, and will be among the leaders of this century-the "golden age of opportunity." The ALMA MATEQ CARMELITE I95O published by the Senior Class of Mount Carmel Senior l-liglw School Mount Carmel, pennsylvania oreword . . . We, the Class ot '50, are now preparing to leave our Alma Mater and to talce our places in the world. During the three years we have spent in Senior l-ligh School we have tried to better ourselves in every phase ol: good living and good citizenship. We have tried to show in some measure the bond ol: Friendship that has existed between our school and us. Let us use this Yearbook as our storehouse of memories. IF it will recall the good times, the spirit of Freedom, and the cherished idealsg let us be satisfied that this book of memories will serve its purpose. CONTENTS BGOK I- BOOK II- BOOK III- BOOK IV- BOOK V BGOK VI sry, I4 PATRICIANS JUDGES PLEBS ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADVERTISING MISS REGINA G. SHOVLIN MR. JOSEPH W. KOZLOWSKI Dedication We, the class of '50, want to sincerely thank you, Miss Shovlin, and you, Mr. Kozlowski, for your untiring efforts and unfail- ing devotion to the many desires of our class. You have en- lightened our high school days and we will always remember you. When we were sad you comforted us and when we were glad you rejoiced with us. Now for the last fond farewell, we want to take this page of our Yearbook to express our sincerest gratitude and heartfelt thanks for your cooperation and un- derstanding during our high school days. orever Fifty 5 Fa Ng I ' J 3 . -5 si Sta A. B BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated, Loft to Right-3 Mr. Frank Kaminski. Mr. John Olshofski, Mr. Adolph Guzevich, Mr. Al Zelinski. ndingf- Mr. Joseph Patrick. Mr. Michael Pachuta. Mr. J. Walter Penman, Mr. Gerald A. Bcierschrniti Superintendent of Schools: Mr. Charles H. Reitz. Solicitor. MR. GERALD A. BEIERSCI-IMITT Superintendent of Schools . College of the Holy Cross A. M. Bucknell University Board of Education PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. TREASURER. MR. JOHN OLSHEFSKI MR. ADOLPH GUZEVICH MR, FRANK KAIWINSKI MR. AL ZELINSKI BOARD OF EDUCATION: To the members of the Board of Education the Class of '50 wish to express our gratitude and we are truly thankful for your many elforts in our behalf. You have enabled us to have many more advantages and opportunities than we might otherwise have had. In years to come we will continue to appreciate the high standards to which you have raised Mount Carmel High. TO MR. BEIERSCI-IMITT: We wish to express our appreciation to you for your unfailing cooperation. You have been the leader of our entire public school adminis- tration and have filled that position admirably. A competent director is necessary for a well rounded education and you have supplied that factor. THE FACULTY First Roux Left to Riolii - Helen A. Carroll, Edna G. Olshefski. Regina G. Shovlin Marv R Mavan Cwthcrine M Scicchitwno K1thr'n E. f , . -, , Q . 1 , . 5 Billman. Elizabeth Howard, Ramona S. Cecil. Second Row-- Joscph W. Kozlowski, Charles A. Bolcskc. Edna M. Rowe. Ada D. Bahner, Marie G. McCarthy, Nellie E, Johnson Joseph Paskevich, Michael A. Terry. Thir Walter S. Chesney, Jacob P. Sebastian. Timothy E. Barnes Harry W. Boyer, Frank S. Bartos, Vincent XV. McHail Principal: Gerald R. Breslin, Glenn F. Menges. d Row- - MR. VINCENT W. Mcl-IAIL Principal of Senior High School A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University The Faculty TO TH E FACU LTY: We, the members of the Class of '50, will never forget our wise and loyal teachers, who helped us through our difficult days as Well as our joyful ones. You gave us encouragement when we needed it, patience when we lacked it, and some never to be forgotten advice whenever We asked for it. Our gratitude is so sincere that it cannot be aptly ex- pressed in words, but from the bottom of our hearts we say: Thank you. TO MR. Mcl-IAIL: Our class of 1950 wishes to express its most earnest appreciation for your excellent leader- ship and the fine example you have set for us. Your competency shall never be forgotten and your friendship and guidance toward us shall remain within our hearts and minds during our future years. MR. VINCENT W. MCHAIL ipal of Senior High School Mathematics A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University Member of Assembly Committee ' r of The Carmelite Weekly AdV1Se Adviser of Chess Club Princ MR. FRANK S. BARTOS Vocational Carpentry B. S. Bucknell University MISS ADA D. BAHNER English A. B. Beaver College Member of Scholarship Committee Literary Adviser of The Spotlight Adviser of Quill and Scroll Co-Adviser of Canasta Club TI-IE FACULTY MISS KATHRYN E. BILLMAN Mathematics A. B. Albright College Head of Mathematics Department ' S cial Member of Scholarship and 0 Committees Directress of Clubs Adviser of Pinochle Club Co-Adviser of Class of 1952 MR. TIMOTHY E. BARNES Chemistry Physics A. B. Susquehanna University M. Ed. Pennsylvania State College ' C mittee Member of Scholarship om Adviser of Hall Patrol Adviser of Camera Club MR. CHARLES A. BOLESKE Problems of Democracy History A. B. Harvard University A. M. Columbia University Assistant Principal of Senior High School Member of Scholarship Committee Guidance Counselor for Senior Boys MR. HARRY W. BOYER Machine Shop Kansas City Mechanical Institute Pennsylvania State College Bloomsburg State Teachers College MRS. RAMONA S. CECIL English Spanish A, B. College of New Rochelle Member of Scholarship and Assembly Committees Co-Adviser of Dramatic Club Co-Adviser of Masque and Gavel Guidance Counselor for Senior Girls MR. GERALD R. BRESLIN History A. B. Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University Coach of Track and Cross-Country Coach of Junior High School Football Member of Scholarship Committee Guidance Counselor for Junior Boys THE FACULTY MR. WALTER S. CHESNEY Commercial Subjects B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers A. M. New York University Head of Commercial Department Member of Scholarship and Assembly Committees Adviser of Student Council College MISS HELEN A. CARROLL Commercial Subjects B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College M. S. University of Pennsylvania Production Adviser of IXL and The Spotlight Member of Social Committee Directress of Sale of Stamps and Bonds Adviser of Dancing Club MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD Problems of Democracy German Ph. B. Dickinson College Head of Social Studies Department Chairman of Scholarship. Flower and Assembly Committees Adviser of National Honor Society Co-Adviser of Canasta Club .. MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON MR. JOSEPH W. KOZLOWSKI MISS MARIE G. MCCARTHY English Physics - Biology A. B. Bucknell University Related Vocational Subjects A. B. Boston University Head of English Department B, S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Central Treasurer of Activities Fund Member of Scholarship Committee School Photographer Head of Science Department Literary Adviser of IXL Adviser of Physics Club Member of Scholarship Committee Adviser of Literary Club Co-Adviser of Class of 1951 MISS MARY R. MAYAN Girls' Physical Education Health B. S. Temple University Head of Physical Education Department Directress of Girls' Intra-mural Sports Member of Social Committee Adviser of Cheerleaders Guidance Counselor for Junior Girls Co-Adviser of Class of 1950 THE FACULTY MR. GLENN F. MENGES Aviation Shop Mathematics Commercial Mathematics B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Faculty Director of Athletics Guidance Counselor for Sophomore Boys Adviser of Rifle Club Co-Adviser of Class of 1951 MISS EDNA G. OLSHEFSKI Librarian Latin A. B. Susquehanna University Adviser of Library Club MR. JOSEPH A. OLSHEF SKI MR. JOSEPH PASKEVICH MISS EDNA M. ROWE Problems of Democracy Boys' Physical Education English History Health A. B. Susquehanna University B. S. Bloomsburg State Teachers College B. S. Fordham University Member of Scholarship Committee B. S. Pennsylvania State College Assistant Coach of Varsity Football Adviser of Yearbook Guidance Counselor for Senior Boys Director of Boys' Intra-mural Sports 5 ... ...... ' 552525152323352523132-24-Z5I'Z'Z3Z'Z'C:I3Z3232523Z3Z3Z3Z3F1327 .... - .-.-.-.-.-.-.-:Z32523Z5!5Z7Z32SfE MISS CATHERINE M. SCICCHITANO MR. JACOB P. SEBASTIAN MISS REGINA G. SHOVLIN French Drafting ' Vocational Home Economics Hzstory Blue Prmt Readzng B' S. Immaculata College A. B. Immaculata College B. S. Pennsylvania State College Head of Home Economics Department A. M. Pennsylvania State College M. Ed. Pennsylvania State College Member of Soc' l Head of Foreign Languages Department Director of Vocational Education Chairman of Social Committee Memb ' er of Scholarship and Assembly Committees Co-Adviser of Dramatic Club, Masque and Gavel and Concession Stand Guidance Counselor for Sophomore Girls ia Committee Co-Adviser of Concession Stand Adviser of Social Etiquette Club Co-Adviser of Class of 1950 MISS JEAN L. STRAUSSER MR. MICHAEL A. TERRY Vocal Music Driver Educfitimi B. S. Susquehanna University B. S. Villanova College Music Supervisor of Schools Head Coach of Varsity Football Dircctress of Girls' Glee and Boys' Instructor in Safety Education and Glee Clubs Drivvr Training Adviser of Letter Men's Club Co-Adviser of Class of 1952 Tl-I E FACU LTY 2 Jr, Q I l,fZ Q if 'W SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS T. BUTTS T. OWENS T. BRESLIN B. JANKOSKI President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS ADVISERS MR. JOSEPH W. KOZLOWSKI MISS REGINA G. SHOVLIN Class Motto --Not at the top, but climbing Class Colors -Crimson and Gold Class Flower--Talisman Rose ARLENE M. ADAMS uguddyn GENERAL LOWELL T. ANGELI ..Lokey,, GENERAL Garrulous ...witty ...sunny disposition . . .ardent sports fan Seldom heard . . .blushes easily . . .girl shy . . .friendly Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 35 Yearbook Sales Commit- tee 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 35 Basket- ball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 3. Football 1, 2, 35 Rifle Club 2. EDWARD L. ALBIN EVELYN V. AURAND ..E-ddien unouyy, GENERAL ACADEMIC Quiet Cheerful , , ,sensible . . .strawberry blonde ...loyal friend ...a sincere friend ...natural wavy hair ...willing helper Carmelite Reporter 35 IXL Re- x porter 35 Talent Show 15 Basket- ball 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Pinochle Club 15 Canasta Club 35 Literary Club 35 Travel Club 2. Z'l'I'I-24-2-I-Z'Z'f-Z'I-I'Z'I-I+!-112-Z'344'?I'I'2'I'I'Z'f'I'I'Z'I-244'H-I-I'2'f'I-2'Z'f-I-I-I-I-H'l'Z-I'f'2'I'f'f-WI-2'f' 7 CLASS OF '50 I-I-Z'Z'2-PM-I'I'I'I'I'I'1'I'Z'I'I'I'I'Z'24'Z'3431-I'C'I'I'I'C'I'Z'Z'I'1'I'I'Z-Z'I'2'Z'Z'Z'Z'2'Z'l'?Z'I'!'I-2'!'C'2'Z'!'2-:+I-I n ANTHONY M. BALINSKAS "Bo bo" GENERAL Friendly . . .outdoorsman . . .traffic patrolman . . .robust Basketball 1: Hall Patrol 35 Vol- ley Ball 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 3. JOHN R. BALLENT "Oscar" GENERAL Persistent tease . . .personality personified . . .argumentative . . .miniature in stature Basketball 25 Cross-Country 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2g Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 1, 25 Drama- tic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Biology 1 Club 1, 25 Physics Club 3. ROBERT M. BECKER ..Bob,. VOCATIONAL MACHINE Snor Shop boy . . .prankster ...bored with school life . . ."Turhan Hey" Football 19 Volley Ball 1, 2. WILLIAM M. BEIERSCHMITT "Earsy" GENERAL Class comedian ...never a dull moment . . .everybody's pal ...witty Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 35 Athletic Manager 1, 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1. 2, 3: Pinochle Club 35 Dramatic Club 35 Letter Men's Club 3. THOMAS P. BODNAR ..Nicky., GENERAL Flashy dresser ...jovial ...has many nicknames . . .pool shark Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Pinochle Club 3. CHARLES F. BOLESTA "Bolly" GENERAL Smooth dancer .. .nice to know . . .always seen with Sonny . . .tease Football 1. 2, 3: Track 1, 2. 3: Dancing Club 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Rifle Club 3. EDWARD C. BENDER "Hot-Rod" VocA1xoN.-u. MACHINE Sz-:or Mechanically inclined . . .drives a hot-rod . . .excellent drummer boy . . .lackadaisical Band 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 2: Biology Club 1. JOHN J. BENDER ..Be,n,, GENERAL Tall and lanky . . .lethargic ...man of few words ...come-day, go-day .... ....,... .........,.,.. 'hizizlzizIS:ii:l:1:3:Z:E3:2:!:Z:Ii:2:Iz2'55-I+!-2123i:!:i:1:7:3:Z:lt3:!:f:2:1: FRANCIS A. BOTTARI ' 'Boogie" GENERAL Roving Romeo ...loyal to his Buick . . .gentleman of leisure ...suave Football 3: Basketball 1, Ii: Cross-Country 1: Track 1: Letter Men's Club 1, 3: Rifle Club 3. IRENE A. BOWERS "Renee" ACADEMIC Rosy cheeks . . .bound to succeed . . .Louise's friend . . .personality plus Carmelite Reporter 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: IXL Reporter 2. 3: Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Student Council 1: Talent Show 2: Basket- ball 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Pinochle Club 1: Canasta Club 3: Literary Club 3: Travel Club 2: National Honor Society 3: Quill and Scroll 3. EUGENE E. BERNAS "Flick" GENERAL Accomplished accordianist ...polka king ...contagious laugh ..,neat Yearbook Sales Committee 1: Cross-Country 2, Track 2: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 1. SARA I. BIXLER "Sally" GENERAL Petite . . .sugar rfspice rfeverything nice . . .sunny disposition . . .vocal ability Carmelite Reporter 3: Student Council 2, 3: Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 3: Dancing Club 1: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Masque and Gavel 3. THOMAS F. BRESLIN, JR. ..Tuffy,, GEN Emu. Athletically inclined . . .popular . . .conscientious . . .staunch friend Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, Class Secre- tary 1. 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Dancing Club 2: Letter Men's Club 2, 3. ANTHONY J. BRESSI "Moonie" GENERAL Stagehand ...never hurries or worries "The Blue Moon" . . .classroom slumberer Football 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 35 Talent Show 2, 3: Stage Hand 3, Volley Ball 3: Pinochle Club 3. NORBERT J. BREZICKI 1 "Berzick" GENERAL Good looking . . .corridor Casanova ...easy come, easy go . . .likable Hall Patrol 3: Volley Ball 1, 23 Pinochle Club 3. DANIEL A. BREZINSKI ..Dan,, VOCATIONAL MACHINE S1-me Study shy . . .sportsman .. .chronic absentee ...a "mill"-worker Cross-Country 1. 2: Track 15 Volley Ball 25 Pinochle Club 23 Biology Club 13 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 2. CLASS or 'so LEO C. BREZINSKI -.Leon ACADEMIC Easy to get along with . . .magnetic personality . . .Red and White trackman Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Foot- ball 35 Cross-Country 25 Track 1. 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 25 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 2. SHIRLEY G. BROSIUS "Cookie" GENERAL Dairy maid . . .coquette . . .pleasant .. .always reliable Talent Show 1, 33 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, Glee Club 1: Soc- ial Etiquette Club 1. ROBERT T. BUTTS -.Bob-. GENERAL Ladies' man ...keen dancer ...mischief maker . . .unconcerned Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Pinochle Club 3: Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3. THOMAS F. BUTTS, JR. "Kelly" GENERAL "Our Captain" . . .popular . . .spunky ...smooth dancer Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1. 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 35 Talent Show 2, 3: Class President 39 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Dancing Club 23 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 3. MARY LOU CAVALERI "Lou " GENERAL Neat . . .little bundle of wit ...football fan . . ,winning smile Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Ty- pist 35 Spotlight Mimeographer 35 IXL Typist 35 Yearbook Typist 35 Talent Show 1, 2. 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 3: Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN CHABALA, JR. "Lawyer" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Easy going ...helping hand ...full of fun . . .true blue Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Student Council 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Pinochle Club 25 Canasta Club 35 Dancing Club 25 Letter Men's Club 3. JAMES F. CHUBB "Chops" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Jack's twin . . .expert carpenter . . .ambitious . . .polite Band 1. 2, 35 Track 15 Talent Show 1, 25 Stage Hand 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 15 Travel Club 2. JOHN F. CHUBB "Chops" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Dreamer . . .reserved . . .mannerly ...Jim's sibling Band 1, 2, 35 Track 15 Talent Show 25 Stage Hand 35 Volley Ball 1, 2. 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 15 Rifle Club 1, 2. 5.5.55:55:5:5gag:51:g:1:gag:5:gg:g:::g:g:3:::1:::3:g::::: q:::g:3.g.g:g.-.-an-:':-:-:-: ':-:-:-:-:-:-:':-:':':-:- CLASS OF '50 -.-:L':!5s2.':2:2522:ZzIrl:25521:2iiiii-221551512135:211:3135:325:33:fizlzfzizfzfzffZ:i:7:Zi:1zI:ZeI-3:t2:Z:2:2:Z:Z:tZ:22 LEONARD J. CHUCOSKI npepen GENERAL Chronic tardiness ...gift of gab . . .TU,1l'LpU,S TOUSQT ...our "miler" Cross-Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2. 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2. JOAN M. CIOKAJLO "Chick" COMMERCIAL Meticulous . . .future stenographer . . .bow-tie a specialty . . .keen sense of humor Carmelite Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 IXL Mimeographer 35 Conces- sion Stand 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Pinochle Club 1, 35 Travel Club 2. ROSE MARIE A. CIOKAJLO "Rose" GENERAL Colgate smile . . .effervescent . . .swing addict . . .diligent worker Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Concession Stand 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Danc- ing Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 25 Camera Club 25 National Honor Society 3. JOHN J. COLEMAN "Jackie" GENERAL Impish grin . , .totes telegrams ...sports appreciator . . .indijferent Hall Patrol 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. 7 l VIRGINIA M. CONCHES "Conch" GENERAL Unique giggle .. .Dolores's pal .. .athletic type . . . loquacious Typist 35 Basketball 3. LUCY M. COSTELLO "Lu Lu" GENERAL Neat . . .classroom livewire . . .quick tempered ...sweet tooth Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club I5 Pinochle Club 1. Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight MILDRED R. CZESLOWSKI "Chizel" GENERAL Frank . . .sparkling blue eyes . . .jokester .nagreeably buoyant Volley Ball 1, 2. DOLORES J. DEGAETANO Unegou COMMERCIAL "Conchy's churn" ...long dark tresses Zi-I'Z-I-I+!-2+I-I-Z'Z-I-Z'Z-I+!-I-Z'Z4I-I'Ivan'I'I+I-I+2-3-I-201-2-2-I-2-Z'Z-I-2'1-I'I'I+!'1'!-Z'1'.'.'.-.-.-.'.-.-.' CLASS OF '50 5.5.3.5.3.3.5.7.g.g.g.g.g.g.5.3.g.g.1.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.- - -3.3.3.1.3.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g .g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g - - - DOLORES A. DOYLE "Day lie " COMMERCIAL "Aims for stars" . . .forceful . . .flair for poetry writing . . .vibrant Cheer Leader 35 Carmelite Re- porter 2, 35 Spotlight Editor 35 Re- porter 2, 35 Typist 35 IXL Reporter 2, 35 Typist 35 Yearbook Advertis- ing Staif 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Pinochle Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Social Etiquette Club 15 Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. JOAN C. ERNEY "Joan" GENERAL "Come hither" eyelashes . . .partial to twins . . .pensive . . .a rollicking companion. . . .a genteel miss .,.energetic Spotlight Typist 35 Student Coun- Talent Show 15 Basketball 2, 35 cil 1. Volley Ball 25 Pinochle Club 1. EDWARD M. CREDITO "Eddy" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Avoids homework ...man of few words . . .avoids feminine entanglements .. .basketball fiend DOROTHY J. CULLEN ' ' Snookie" ACADEMIC Hair twirler . . .peppy cheerleader . . .vivid imagination ..."Chilly" all year round Cheer Leader 35 Carmelite Re- porter 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 Yearbook Advertising Staff 35 Sales Committee 15 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 Masque and Gavel 3. ROSE MARIE FETSKO "Rose" GENERAL Diminutive . . .congenial .Hobliging . . .sees the bright side of things Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Re- porter 2, 3: Typist 3: IXL Reporter 3: Typist 3: Talent Show 1. 2, 3: Basketball Captain 3: Volley Ball 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 3: Social Etiquette Club 1: Quill and Scroll 3: Masque and Gavel 3. ABE M. FINTON "Allie" ACADEMIC Perpetual tease . . .wears porkies ...possesses an odd laugh ...future tooth puller Band 1, 2, 3: Carmelite Reporter 3: IXL Reporter 3: Yearbook Liter- ary Stafl' 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Pinochle Club 1, 2: Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. JANET L. EVANS ..Cupid,. GENERAL Silent . . .dwells in reverie . . .considerate ...changeable as the weather Talent Show 2, 3: Basketball 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 3. CATHERINE FEDOCK "Katie" COMMERCIAL Radiates a friendly spirit . . .cordial . . .co-operative . . .sincere worker Spotlight Typist 3: IXL Typist 3: Canasta Club 3. CLASS OF '50 JOHN F. FISHER "Fisch' ' VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Indolent . . .unimpressionable . . .unaffected by marks . . .typical bachelor type Volley Ball 3. ELIZABETH J. FORTNER ..Ebby., ACADEMIC Struts for Hi . . .year-round tan . . .poised . . .extensive wardrobe Drum Majorette 3: Carmelite Edi- tor 3: Reporter 2, 3: Spotlight Re- porter 2, 3: IXL Editor 3: Reporter 2, 3: Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 3: Student Council 1: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Basketball 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Literary Club 3: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Masque and Gavel 3. CHARLOTTE A. FEIFER "Charley " ACADEMIC "Tickles the i1Jories" , . .popular . . .cornpanionable . . .fond of sports Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Re- porter 2. 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: IXL Reporter 2, 3: Yearbook Lit- erary Staff 3: Sales Committee 1: Student Council 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Basketball 3: Volley Ball 2: Assembly Pianist 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Canasta Club 3: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3: Literary Club 3: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: National Honor Society 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3. FRANK L. FEGLEY Asmlp., ACADEMIC Dry sense of humor . . .frugal . . .unexcitable . . ."genius" Band 1, 2, 3: Cross-Country 1: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Masque and Gavel 3. MARIE A. FURIO "Fure" COMMERCIAL Possesses vim, vigor. and vitality . . .animated . . .temperamental . , .loquacious Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Typist 3: Spotlight Typist 3: IXL Typist 3: Student Council 2: Talent Show 1: Basketball Captain 3: Volley Ball 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Danc- ing Club 1, 2. 3: Social Etiquette Club 1. CATHERINE A. GABLE PHILIP W, GERGEN '-Tex" ACADEMIC Shy . . .basketball enthusiast . . .drerlmy, blue eyes . . .wears cowboy apparel Band 1, 2, 3: Drum Major 3: Yearbook Sales Committee 3: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2. 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 3: Physics Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. MARIE J. GIRTEN "Kitty Ann" "Kokomo" GENERAL GENERAL Enivys fl good j0ke "Home in Indiana" ...thoughtful of others .. .nonchalant ...cheerful ...a devotee of silence . , .wl1lSO71lC . , ,"C00kig'3" pal Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Re- Talent Show 1, 2: Basketball 2: porter 1: IXL Reporter 1: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Literary Club 1: Biology Club 1. Volley Ball 2: Travel Club 2. -:-:-z-:-:-:-:-.-.-.-.-.-:-:-:-:-r:-:-:-:-:4:-:-:-.-.-:-:-:-:-:-: -:-:-:-:-:-rf:-:-:':-:-:-:-:-: -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: CLASS OF '50 LEONARD S. GLOWACKI "Lemon" GENERAL Fine artistic ability . . .takes things casually . . .fond of dancing ...everybody's pal Volley Ball 2: Rifle Club 1, 2, DINO S. GRECO ..Dean,, VOCATIONAL MACHINE Si-ron Dark, Latin type ...strictly a two word man . . .partial to blondes . . .come-day, go-day 3. DONALD R. GREEN "Chris" ACADEMIC Farmer ...Junior girls' "Sir Galahad" ..."drug store cowboy" . . .fickle Band 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Advertis- ing Staff 3: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 2: Volley Ball 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 3: Canasta Club 3: Bio- logy Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3. THOMAS P. GREFF --Tama GENERAL Member of an inseparable trio . . .generous . . .back slapper . . .enjoys practical jokes Talent Show 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Travel Club 2. MICHAEL GRIBOWYCH "Mickey " GENERAL Handy with a rifle . . .aeronautics fiend . . .impassive . . .mysterious Volley Ball 25 Rifle Club 3. MARY L. GUDELUNAS "Goo dy" VOCATIONAL HoME EcoNoM1cs Aloof ...height plus .. .remarkable memory . . .bashful Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 3. GEORGE S. GULA ..Yuge,, VocA'rroN.u. MACHINE SHOP Keeps truant officer busy . . .National Guardsman . . .grinner ...likes hunting and fishing Volley Ball 25 Rifle Club 2. LILLIAN G. GUSTITUS MLW. GENERAL Hearty ...has loud greeting for everyone . . .diverting . . .amusing Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Concession Stand 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 35 Glee Club 15 Dancing Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 2, 35 Camera Club 2. CLASS CF '50 VINCENT J. GUZEVICH "Vince" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Faithful Scout . . .pursues many hobbies . . .small of stature . . .consistent Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Camera Club 25 Travel Club 2. JANE M. HARNER "Janie" COMMERCIAL Tactful . . .demure ...engaging smile . . .amiable Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Mimeographer 35 Talent Show 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Biology Club 1. SHIRLEY L. HARTZELL "Shirley" Acmu-:Mic Avid journalist . . .photogenic face . . .sensitive . . .studious Carmelite Editor 35 Reporter 2, 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 IXL Editor 35 Reporter 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2. 35 Liter- ary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Masque and Gavel 3. MICHAEL L. HOMBOSKY "Hambone" GENERAL Prankster ...haunts M. O. C. ...frequent absentee ...double trouble Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. ALFRED R. HUMMEL "Alfie" GENERAL Pleasant . . .enjoys tete-a-tetes ..."State" employee ...good looking Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. BERNARD D. JANKOSKI "Bernie" ACADEMIC Drum major ...well mannerecl . . .ingenuous ...plays sax Band 1. 2, 33 Drum Major 35 Student Council 1: Talent Show 1, 2. 3: Class Treasurer 1. 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Pinochle Club 15 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Bi- ology Club 15 Travel Club 25 Masque and Gavel 3. EDWARD G. HOOK "Hookie" AcAnEMxc Moody . . .rugged . . .tall Tornado ...nice to know Football 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1,2,3. ROBERT C. HOSGOOD "Hertz" VocArxoNAx. CARPENTRY Intrepid . . .punster . . .pugnacious . . .booming basso Track 15 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. '3 I3I35I52323Z523E'Z43Ifl'I'I315255Zf55132523Z5I35553I'.-.-.3Z1F25!1I5I3I3R1Z72E33I-1?'H'Z4'Z'5I523Z'Z'2'Z3Z5Z . . . CLASS OF '50 N. JANET JONES "Jonesy" GENERAL Ready smile ...toots a flute . . .conversationalist . , .unusual "specs" Talent Show lg Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Chess Club 25 Travel Club 2. LOUISE V. JORASKIE "Mickey" GENERAL Willowy . . .likes sports . . .high strung . . .stalwart Concession Stand 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2. 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 35 Travel Club 2. EDWARD J. HOWAL "Woody" ACADEMIC Possesses an odd philosophy of life . . .argumentative . . .noted for classroom boners . . .inquisitive Spotlight Reporter 2: Football 1: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 13 Travel Club 2. THOMAS D. HUGHES ..T0m,, ACADEIWIC Natural dramatic ability .,."Mr, Five by Five" . . .facts on fingertips . , .cheerful Band 1, 25 Spotlight Reporter 1. 2, 35 IXL Reporter 11 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 Physics Club 3. HELEN KOBI "Helen" GENERAL Accomplished guitar player . . .sociability plus . . .basketball enthusiast . . .talkative Spotlight Typist 31 Volley Ball 35 Social Etiquette Club 3. DANIEL H. KORNACKI ..Dan,, ACADEMIC Horse laugh . . .mischievous .. .talkative ...comic book addict Football 35 Volley Ball 25 Danc- ing Club 2. IRENE P. KAMINSKI ' ' Renee " GENERAL Pepsodent smile . , .coy . . .carefree . . .likes heavy jewelry Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 25 Camera Club 2. WILLIAM F. KESSLER "Bill" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Soda jerk . . .voluble . . .argumentative . . .prankster Band 1, 2, 35 Cross-Country 1. 2, 35 Track 15 Talent Show 1, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Rifle Club 2, CLASS OF '50 NORMAN P. KOTORA "Norm" GENERAL Raucous voice . . .fickle . . ,garrulous ...Item "boss" Band 35 Hall Patrol 3: Conces- sion Stand 25 Talent Show 1, 25 Volley Ball 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Dra- matic Club 2, 35 Dancing Club 2, 3. MICHAEL KOVALCHICK "Miken GENERAL Perpetual tease . , .dapper . . .colorful personality . , .fleet footecl runner Cross-Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 31 Glee Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 3. GEORGE W. KIRCHHOFF "Kirch" GENERAL Camera fiend . . .dough roller . . .mysterious . . .well combed pompadour Talent Show 3: Class Photograph- er 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 3: Pinochle Club 3. ALFRED C. KNERR "Canary" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Carefree . . .impish grin , . .harmlessly diabolic . . .diminutive Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. MARIE M. KREVITSKIE "Marie" Comivrrzncmr. Comely . . ,enjoys dancing ...efficient . . .flowery Sweetness Carmelite Typist 3: Spotlight Typist 3: Mimeographer 3: IXL Typist 3: Mimeographer 3: Conces- sion Stand 2, 3: Talent Show 2, 3: Basketball 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Pinochle Club 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Social Eti- quette Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3: National Honor Society 3. DAVID J. KROTCHKO "Dave" ACADEMIC Handsome ...future "Penn Stater" . . .Collegiate dresser ...easily chagrined Spotlight Mimeographer 2: IXL Mimeographer 2: Football 1, 2: Track 3: Hall Patrol 3: Student Council 3: Talent Show 1, 2. 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: Masque ana Gavel 3. RAYMOND A. KUCZEWSKI "Kutch" Gmrnuu. Perpetuates family gridiron fame ...shy guy . . .robust . . .ambiclextrous Football 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 3. JACQUELINE M. KULICK "Jackie" COMMERCIAL Artistically proficient . . .model's height . . .congenial ..."new-look" hair do Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: 'Iypist 3: IXL Reporter 3: Typist 3: Student Council 1: Basketball 3: Volley Ball 2. 3: Glee Club 1: Pinochle Club 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3. RONALD C. KUNSAITIS Blushes 'red-ily ...pearly white teeth .. .excellent carriage Football 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: logy Club 1. JOAN M. LAMB A "true friend" .. .avid roller rink fan . . .Dolly's pal . . .attentive listener Volley Ball 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 3: Library Club 2 Bio- ,3. DONALD W. LATSHAW "Fuzzy " G EN!-':nAL Infectious grin ...all-round athlete ...attractable voice ...spirited Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 2, 3. ROBERT P. LAVISH uaib.. Gnumnl. Capable pigskin carrier ...springy gait . . .pugnacious . . .boisterous Football 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1: yozlley Ball 1: Letter Men's Club VICTOR J. LISIEWSKI "Lish" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Trimly tailored . . .reticent ...Aclonic countenance . . .polished Talent Show 1, 2. 3: Volley Ball 1, 25 Pinoche Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. JOAN R. LUCAS "Jeanie" GENERAL ' afural beauty .future "Florence Nightingale" . . .basketball whiz . . .refined Carmelite Reporter 33 IXL Re- porter 3, Yearbook Sales Commit- tee 2, 35 Concession Stand 3, Bas- ketball 3g Volley Ball 2, 35 Glee C'ub 2, 3: Canasta Club 31 Travel C' '- 2 RICHARD C. LUCAS "Dick" GENERAL Nondescript . . .munijicent . . .indiferent , . .whimsical ROBERT W. LUTZ --Bohn GENERAL 10 o'clock scholar ...incessant gum chewer ...teller of tall tales . . .homeroom jcster Band 13 Football 1, 3: Basketball 13 Concession Stand 2: Volley Ball 2, 33 Pinochle Club 1, 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 3. -Z'Z-2-2'Z'Z-2'2-24?Z-Z-1-Z'Z'Z-!'Z'1'!+1'Z'2'Z-Z'!'13Z'Z'I4Z'Z'Z- I'Z'2'Z'Z-Z'Z3143Z-I5I'2'I'I'Z'I'I'Z'I'I-23Z3C5I31313Z3Z3Z5I3I CLASS OF '50 I-I'Z'Z-I'Z-I-I-Z'Z'Z'Z'Z'1'Z-Z4'Z'Z'Z'Z'Z'2'2'Z-Z-27ZfIQI7I5IfIAZ'IfI'Z'I'I-Ifl:IfI'2'2'5'Z'Z-Z'!:2'3:C23:3:C: 1211:ZZ2kZ:11Z:Z:Z!ItZ:Z'2:Z' GEORGE A. MACUTKIEWICZ "Matches" GENERAL Masculine ...ladies' man . . .happy-go-lucky . . .puissant Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN D. MALICK ..Jack,. GENERAL Unflustered by females . . .impulsive . . .pugilistic "copy" writer Football 13 Volley Ball 2, 53 Pinochle Club 3. FREDERICK A. MALINOSKI "Fred" ACADEMIC Clean cut . , .determined . . .profuse vocabulary . . .tolerates women Band 1, 2, 33 IXL Reporter 3: Yearbook Literary Stal-I 3, Basket- ball 13 Volley Ball 3: Glee Club 2 3: Chess Club 2, 33 Physics Club 3 National Honor Society 3. FRANK MALINOWSKI "Mine" GENERAL Nonchalant . . .diligent . . .inquistive . . .shy l?J Band 13 Yearbook Sales Commit- tee 25 Volley Ball 1. n BARBARA A. MENAPACE "Barbare " ACADEMIC Dimpled smile . . .assiduous . . .competent journalist . . .placid Carmelite Reporter 1, 2. 35 Spot- light Reporter 2, 35 Editor 35 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Co- Editor 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3: Concession Stand 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 15 Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Bi- ology Club 15 Travel Club 25 Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Masque and Gavel 3. MADALYN M. MIHALO ' ' Smitty ' ' GENERAL Vivacious ...wide circle of admirers ...peppy cheerleader . . .flirtatious . Cheerleader 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 25 Biology Club 15 Social Etiquette Club 35 Travel Club 2. DELGLOLA D. MARKLE 1-Del., GENsnAL Demure . . .domestically inclined ...helping hand ...Joan's pal Basketball 35 Volley Ball 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 35 Library Club 2, 3. BETTY LOU MARQUETTE ..Lou,, GENERAL Coquette . . .ejfervescent . . R48 fan . . .cherubic face Cheerleader 35 Carmelite Report- er 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 IXL Reporter 35 Yearbook Sales Com- mittee l5 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 35 Captain 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Captain 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 35 Dramatic 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Masque and Gavel 3. O- 'Hb 2:hi:1:SS:21:b'5:2:1:E:-:-:42222:22-T22:Z2:1:1:vf-:R2S:ah1:1:122:4:1:mZtG:4:c-:-:Six-t21:2:1S:2:-F:1:2f:Qu2:1g -. :g 5:- 7 4'I'I'Z'PN'15Z-2'ItZ'2117Z'Z'I1Z:I'131:Z'2fZ13':N'!'Z'!s"Z'Z'I'FI'I'24'I'WZ'Z4'I'I'Z'Z-Z'24+I-Z-Z'I'Z'Z'I'I'Z'E-2'Z'2-S-Z'!'Z-Z-Z'Z'Z'Ri9Q JOSEPH A. MIRARCHI ...logo VOCATIONAL MACHINE Si-:oe Hearty laugh ...flashy smile ...Gus's pal . . .changeable Rifle Club 3. ROBERTA A. NALIS "Bubsie" GENERAL Sportful . . .pensive . . .beautiful hair . . .prankster Basketball 35 Captain 35 Volley Ball 35 Pinochle Club 3. ISABELLE J. MAZER "Belle" GENERAL Fun loving . . .expressive eyes . . .cooperative . . .cosmopolitan Carmelite Reporter 2, 35 Editor 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 IXL Reporter 2, 35 Editor 35 Yearbook Literary Stal! 35 Concession Stand 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 2. 35 Basket- ball 35 Volley Ball 1, 35 Glee Club 2. 35 Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Camera Club 25 Travel Club 25 Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Masque and Gavel 3. JOSEPH A. MAZUR "Joe" GENERAL Quiet . . .self-retiring . . .sincere . . .earnest Spotlight Typist 35 Volley Ball 2. 1 f J ACQUELINE R. OLSHEFSKI "J ackie" GENERAL Tranquil . . .friendly disposition .. .always seen with Janet ...coppery locks Talent Show 13 Glee Club 15 Pinochle Club 3: Chess Club 25 Travel Club 2. THOMAS F. OWENS "Professor" ACADEMIC Tempera-mental , . .querimonious . . .tempestuous . . .mischievous 'merrimaker Band 1. 2, 33 Carmelite Reporter 3: Spotlight Reporter 1, 2, 33 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Sports Editor 35 Hall Patrol 35 Class Vice President 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 31 Pinochle Club 1, 23 Canasta Club 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Dancing Club 2: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Masque and Gavel 3. -271-Pi'I'Z'1'EE22322122221:32I:EkZ:ZQQEI:itll922223Z:kl'5'?l'Z'K'1'EK31'1:l:3!1:1i22E7c!:l:E' ' ' ' SYLVIA A. PACHUTA "Narky" One of the trio Rifle Club 2, 3. ..Neb,, GENERAL Out-of-doorsman . . .smooth dancer ...a regular guy ...quipster A'I3Z3Z3P511Z3I3I-Z5141355135Z5IZ5I3I3I5ZZ255'5155I'14'2I+5444515I51513I323Z3Z3'i5ZZ1l3Z3!5Z31355151355 CLASS OF '50 "Sylvia" ACADEMIC Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Glee Original ideas . . .conscientious . . .easily excited ...bound to succeed Cheerleader 35 Carmelite Report- er 2, 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, 39 IXL Reporter 2, 33 Yearbook Liter- ary Stalf 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Basketball 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 19 Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 33 Literary Club 39 Biology Club lg Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 33 Masque and Gavel 3. THEODORE PESARCHICK .. Ted., GENERAL A regular guy . . .interested in school . . .true-blue . . .chef Cross-Country 2, 3. THOMAS V. NARCAVAGE VocA'rxoNAi. MACHINE SI-lor ...accomplished dancer ...obliged to study . . .ice skating fiend Cross-Country 1, 2: Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club lg Travel Club 23 NORMAN E. NEBROSKI Club 3. ,r e 'kkkhkld BERNICE A. NICOLETTI ..Nicky., GENERAL Moody . . .riot instigator . . .velvety complexion . . .masticator of? Cheerleader 3: Spotlight Report- er 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 3g Volley Ball 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 3: Literary Club 33 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 2. VINCENT M. OKRONGLIS "Vince" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Naive . . .a tease . . . good-natured Football 2, 3. JOHN J. PETROSKY ..Nun., VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY 10 n'clock scholar . . ,dallier . . .quibbler . . .unruly hair Talent Show 1, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. JOHN J. POLLOCK "Big John" Ac.-xnnmxc Sweet tooth . . ."skyscraper" ...gentlemanly ..."Uncle Sam" Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Cross-Country 1, 2. 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 2. 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Canasta Club 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 35 Biology Club 15 'Travel Club 25 Physics Club 3. ALBERT L. POPE UAV, Voc.-iuoNAL MACHINE SHOP No-hurry wart . . .booming voice . . .fishing fiend . . .never seen carrying books Football 1, 25 Track 15 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. CATHERINE I. PROFIT "Cat hy" VOCATIONAL HOME Economics Operatic future ...Mr. Boleske's headache . . .traffic court regular ...habitual gum-chewer Talent Show 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Volley Ball 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1. -:-:':-:-:2:1:-:1:P2-1-24-1-I-1-1-I-315:-191111:2:1:-51521:I:-:l:I:2:1:1:1:1:2:1:-:-:1:1:-115:15-51:61-I-2-t-:-:GLW5-:4:l:5: OF '50 MARION B. PROFIT "Ginger" VocA-non.-xx. Hoivua Economics Broad smile ...homemaker .. ."muncher" . . .witty Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 3: Volley Ball 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Dancing Club 2, THERESA M. PUCHALSKI ' ' Terry ' ' COMMERCIAL Dependable ...always laughing .. .beautiful teeth . . .nice personality Carmelite Typist 3: Spotlight Typist 35 Mimeographer 35 IXL Typist 35 Mimeographer 35 Basket- ball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Pinochle Club 35 Dancing Club 35 Social Etiquette Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. RAWA "Ginny" GENERAL Sportive . . .friendly ...seldom heard or seen . . .reserved Basketball 35 Captain 35 Volley Ball 1, 35 Dancing Club 3. CLARENCE J. REED "Admiral" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP "Blue bottom trousers" . . .day dreamer ...tall and lanky ...bashful Rifle Club 2, ELIZABETH M. REMALEY ..Betty,, COMMERCIAL Generous ...pepperyl l . . . .inquisitive . . .rrterrimaker Spotlight Typist 33 Mimeographer 33 IXL Typist 33 Mimeographer 33 Yearbook Sales Committee 33 Tal- ent Show 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Pinochle Club 3: Dancing Club 33 Library Club 2, 3. ELOISE I. REPELLA . . Rippy ., COMMERCIAL Gift of gab .. .energetic .. .gleaming smile . . .trim Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typist 33 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Basketball 33 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1. 23 Pinochle Club 33 Dancing Club 2, 3: Biology Club 13 Travel Club 2. BERNARD J. RIMOKAITIS .. Fat., GENERAL "The Iceman Cometh." . . .Sports fan . . .friendly . . .jokester Football 13 Volley Ball 1, 23 Pinochle Club 23 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1: Rifle Club 2. JOAN M. ROLKO "Jeanie" COMMERCIAL Friendly smile ...peppy and talkative .. .fizzy personality . . .sprightly Cheerleader 33 Carmelite Typist 33 Spotlight Typist 33 IXL Typist 33 Student Council 2. 33 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Basketball 33 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 33 Dancing Club 33 Quill and Scroll 3. CLASS OF '50 """""""'""'"""""""""'''''''''K4-IitZ:Z3K-I3212232:itZtZ'Z:1'I'Z'E'1-2'3f17Z'.23C!' .1271:3:2l'1:1131Z:Z:2?- RAYMOND J. ROSINSKI ' ' Russian' ' VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Pugnacious ...blond hair and blue eyes . . .a hunter ...obliging Football 1, 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33 Talent Show 1, 33 Volley Ball 1, 33 Letter Men's Club 2, 33 Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 13 Rifle Club 1, 2. FRANK J. ROSSI ' ' Frankie' ' GENERAL The last of the inseparable trio ...wavy black hair . . .corridor wolf ...loyal Dodger fan Cheerleader 23 Spotlight Artist 1. 2, 33 IXL Artist 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 33 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 1, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 33 Biology Club 13 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 23 Travel Club 23 Rifle Club 2, 33 Masque and Gavel 3. MICHAEL T. RUDOCK "Mike" VocA1'roNAL CARPENTRY Boisterous ...pool shark . . .friendly ...short of stature Talent Show 1. 33 Volley Ball 1, 2. 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 11 Rifle Club 1. DANIEL F. RUPP "BoBo" GENERAL Neat dresser ...rugged type ...a terrific Tornado .. .willing helper Football 1. 2, 33 Track 1, 2. 33 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Class President 23 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 33 Travel Club 2. JosEP1-1 F. SHARAYKO --Joe-' VocA'rxoNAL MACHXNE SHOP Friendly . . .machinist .. .seldom seen . . .4 o'clock scholar J EANNETTE M. SHARER ' 'Shears ' ' GENERAL Winning smile . . .limpid eyes ...heart-shaped face . . .a true friend Basketball 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Literary Club 35 Biology Club 1: 'havel Club 2. NANCY J. RUTHS ANMIU COMMERCIAL Vocal ability ...tall and quiet . . .pleasant personality . . .reserved Spotlight Typist 33 Mimeographer 33 IXL Typist 33 Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 3. GABRIELLE M. SAUKAITIS "Gable" GENERAL Chatter-box . . . sportsgirl ...always on the go . . .works at Langis' Spotlight Typist 23 IXL Typist 35 Concession Stand 35 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Basketball 3: Captain 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 39 Pinochle Club 3: Dancing Club 3. 2'2'Z'I'3'I-Z-I-I-N'Z'Z'I-Z'5'2'Z'i-I'Z'2'PI'!'2'1'1'l'I'1'1'1'Z'C' 2'53'I'PZ'2+Z'2'1-Z'Z'1'ZA1'3'1'Z'2'Z 125 I 1 i. ll ' ' "C'PZ'2'C'I'2'I'I'I'Z'If'P:'f'X'I'1'IW'I'X'I'51'Ni'I'1'Z':9QN"W'1"1'9:'1'1'1'Z'f'1':'f"" ' l':':'1':':':'1':'1':':'f ' ' ' '1 'SN 'S JOAN M. SHARER "Joanie" GENERAL Struts for high . . .good sport . . .amicable . . .impressionable Band 1, 23 Drum Majorette 34 Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 23 Biology Club 1. JEAN MARIE L. SHEEHAN "Jeanne" GENERAL Reliable . . .friendly smile . . .petite . . .fastidious Spotlight Typist 33 Volley Ball 2: Canasta Club 33 Dancing Club 39 Social Etiquette Club 3. MARGARET M. SAVAGE "Mama" G:NmAr. Spunky ...never a dull moment ...tweedy . . .evasive Concession Stand 39 Talent Show 2, Basketball 3: Volley Ball 1. 3: Dancing Club 1. MARGARET C. SCHLEGEL mpeg., GENERAL Lovely smile . . .starchy . . .debonair . . .soft spoken Glee Club 2, 33 Biology Club lg Travel Club 2. JAMES SHUPTAR .. shup.. VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Basketball enthusiast . , .girl shy ...one of Mr. Boyer's boys . . .quiet GENEVIEVE A. SIEDLECKI ..Gcny,. GENERAL Excitable . . .easily amused . . .natural . . .pleasant Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 3: IXL Typist 3: Concession Stand 35 Talent Show 25 Canasta Club 3. WALTER J. SHIERANT "Walt" GENERAL Boisterous . . .teachers' pest . . .pranlcster . . .dislikes school Hall Patrol 33 Talent Show 1. SYLVIA I. SHUDA Hsylv.. GENERAL Animated . . ,cheerful . . ,energetic . . .persistent gum chewer Carmelite Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 35 IXL Typist 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 23 Glee Club 1, 2. 35 Canasta Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Biology Club lg Camera Club 25 Travel Club 2. CLASS OF '50 RICHARD J. SMITH HGMS., VocATIoNAL MACHINE SHOP Vocalist ...teller of tall tales . . .smooth dancer . . .mischievous Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. ALICE P. SOULGES "Sidge" ACADEMIC Jet black: tresses ...scholarly ...chic . . .complaisant Cheerleader 3: Carmelite Report- er 35 Spotlight Artist 1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter 35 Artist 1, 2. 35 Year- book Literary Staff 35 Student Council 13 Talent Show 1, 2. 33 Volley Ball 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Literary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 3. VIRGINIA SHUDA ..Ve,,gi,. COMMERCIAL Friendly . . .frank ,..Helen's pal . . .cowboy music enthusiast Spotlight Typist 33 Social Eti- quette Club 3: National Honor Society 3. SHIRLEY M. SHULL "Shullie" GENERAL Sugar and spice . . .reserved . , ,friendly . . .always willing Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 35 Biology Club 1 .4- RICHARD B. STABINSKI " Richie " GENERAL Neat dresser ...well known ...ardent traffic cop ...well modulated voice Hall Patrol 3: Student Council 1, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Class Treasurer 2: Volley Ball 1, 2, 2: Eixaochle Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club LEONARD J. STASKIEL "Club" GENERAL Outdoorsman ...one of Kelly's gang . . .haunts the dances ...allergic to? Football 1, 2. 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 2, 3: Pinochle Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. RAYMOND P. STECKER "Satch" GENERAL Playboy ..."I Love Life" . . .thoughtful , . .considerate Football 1: Talent Show 1. LOUISE A. STINE " Weezy" GENERAL Everybody's friend . . .happy-go-lucky . . .sincere ...Irene's pal Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball l, 2, 3: Basketball 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Canasta Club 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Masque and Gavel 3. -.-.-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:':-:.'.-.-:-:-:-r:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-514:-:-2-:':-..-I-:-1+:-Iv:-:-2-:-:fr-:v.-.-. -Q.-,-.-.-.-.-.'.':v.-.-.-.- -2 '50 LEONARD J. SZYMANSKI "Baron" GENERAL Blond, wavy hair . . .helpful . . .fantastic story-teller . . ,1LpT0l1T10'LlS Football 2, 3: Basketball 1: Talent Show 2. MARGARET G, TAYLOR ..Midge,, COMMERCIAL Energetic . . .short and sweet . . .friendly . . .fast forward Spotlight Typist 3: IXL Typist 3: Mimeographer 3: Basketball 3: Vol- ley Ball 2, 3: Dancing Club 1: Library Club 2, 3. ETHEL A. THOMAS ..Fm., ACADEMXC Platinum blonde . . .coquette . . .emotional ,,,big blue eyes Cheerleader 3: Carmelite Report- er 1, 2, 3: IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1: Concession Stand 2: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Bas- ketball 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Literary Club 3: Dancing Club 1: Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3. RAMONA A. THURICK "Mona" GENERAL Athletic type . . .unusual gait .Hhusky voice . . .animated Basketball 3: Volley Ball 1,2, 3. JOLENE L. TOTH ...lou GENERAL One of the "rah-rah girls" . . .demure . . .dry humor ...smooth coiffure Cheerleader 35 Talent Show 1. 2, 35 Basketball 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Pinochle Club 3: Liter- ary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 2. GERTRUDE C. TROCKI ..GeTt,, VocA'noNAL HOME ECONOMICS Reserved . . .moody . . .sophisticated .. .never hurries, never worries NANCY A. TRUMP ..Nanc., GENERAL Chatters . . .friendly . . ,sensitive ..."Ray, Ray, Ray!" IXL Reporter 1: Yearbook Sales Committee l, 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Basketball 35 Volley Ball 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 15 Travel Club 2. IRENE M. TURICK "Renee" COMMERCIAL Good-natured . . .quiet . . .friendly . . .nimble hngered typist Spotlight Typist 3: Mimeograph- er 3: IXL Typist 3: Mimegrapher 35 Yearbook Typist 3: Dancing Club 1: Library Club 2, 3: Nation- al Honor Society 3: Quill and Scroll 3. CLASS CF '50 MARIE F. VINCENZES "Vince' ' GENERAL Neat appearance ...blue-eyed miss . . .sunny disposition ...basketball radical Basketball 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Literary Club 3: Travel Club 2. PHILIP J. VINCENZES "Butch" GENERAL Rosy cheeks . . .State discus champ . . .true friend . . .all-round athlete Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3: Student Council 15 Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Class Presi- dent 1: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Danc- ing Club 1, 2: Letter Men's Club 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 13 Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Rifle Club 1. ANTHONY F. WARAKOMSKI "Buddy" ACADEMIC Well-groomed . . .pleasing personality .. .Hdrugstore cowboy" . . .spontaneous laugh Band 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Canasta Club 3: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 15 Camera Club 2: Travel Club 2: Physics Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. RONALD R. WERTZ "Ronnie" ACADEMIC Plenty of gray matter .. .that certain twinkle in his eye . . .congenial . . .short of stature Band 1: Cross-Country 15 Hall Patrol 35 Volley Ball 35 Pinochle Club 1. 2, 35 Canasta Club 3: Bio- logy Club 1: Physics Club 3: Na- tional Honor Society 3. JEANNE E. WETZEL "Jeannie" ACADEMIC Vim. vigor, vitality . . .witty ...model's height ...prefers bashful boys Carmelite Reporter 2, 35 Typist 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 Typist 3: IXL Reporter 35 Typist 35 Student Council 2, 35 Concession Stand 2. 35 Talent Show 1. 2. 3: Basketball 35 Captain 35 Volley Ball 1. 25 Captain 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Canasta Club 35 Dramatic Club 2. 35 Liter- ary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Travel Club 25 Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 3: Masque and Gavel 35 Quill and Scroll 3. JOHN F. WHITE ..JaCk.. GENERAL inquisitive ...book-binder . . .helpful . . .interested LAWRENCE R. WISDO 'I'Z-2'!'!'2'Z-2-2-24-1f!'!-101-2-I4-2-5F-Z'144'I-Z'T'Z-Z'1'2+2-!'Z'2'I'2'l'l'2'!-H+!+14'I'3'Z-I+!-l'Z'Z'!-H-2-Z'Z'l'Z CLASS OF '50 ROBERT J. WYDRA ..Wi:.. ..Bob.. GENERAL VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP "Mayor of Camptown' Quiet . . .night life addict . . .unconcerned .. .trumpet player . . .mechanically inclined . . .good dancer . . .jittei-bug Band 1. 2, 35 Talent Show 1, 25 Glee Club 2. 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3, Biology Club 15 Physics Club 3. JOHN M. WISNIEWSKI JOAN I. YANCOSKI --Visit" "Joanie" GENERAL ACADEMIC "Jan sggilgglky ...hails from Shamokin "' ...dependable ...races tardy buzzer Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 2, 35 Letter Men's Club 2, 3. 1. Carmelite Reporter 2. 35 Spot- light Reporter 2, 35 Artist 1, 2, 35 Typist 35 IXL Reporter 35 Artist 1. 2, 35 Typist 35 Yearbook Art Editor 35 Concession Stand 2, 35 Talent Show 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3: Canasta Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Liter- ary Club 35 Biology Club 15 Camera Club 25 Travel Club 25 Physics Club 35 National Honor Society 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Masque and Gavel 3. Biology Club 15 Library Club WAYNE E. WHITE "Wayne" GENERAL M1lSlCTiUuS . . .whimsical .. .always willing to help . . .studious Spotlight Reporter 2. 35 Year- book Advertising Staff 35 Class Photographer 25 Biology Club 15 Quill and Scroll 3. RONALD T. WILLIAMS "Kautz" GENERAL "Life of the party" . . .husky . . .boisterous . . .card shark Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Talent Show 15 Volley Ball 1, 25 Pinochle Club 3. 1 , 25 Library PETER P. DOMANSKI GERTRUDE M. SAMLUK "Pete" "Trudy'l VOCATIONAL MACHINE S1-lor ACADEMIC I Quiet Crm? gtzigfved . . .hails from Ashland . . -evasive . . .soft spoken . . .non-committal - - -friendly RICHARD C. YARNALL "Dick" GENERAL Friendly . . .sports fiend ..."Casino" champ . . .reliable Biology Club 15 Camera Club 1. THERESA A. YUSKOSKI ..TeWy,, GENERAL "Knit one, purl two" prompt . . .diligent ...pleasing 'manner Carmelite Typist 35 IXL Typist 35 Talent Show 15 Glee Club 1, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 35 Dancing Club 15 National Honor Society 35 Masque and Gavel 3. ALMA A. ZYMEK VIRGINIA P. ZECOSKI "Virgie" COMMERCIAL Contagious laugh . . .obliging ..."fun and fancy free" ...talkative Carmelite Reporter 25 Spotlight Reporter 25 Typist 35 Mimeograph- er 3: IXL Typist 35 Talent Show 15 Basketball 35 Volley Ball 25 Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 15 Library Club 2, 3. JEAN A. ZURITIS "Jeanie" GENERAL Diligent . , .congenial . . .helpful ...haunts C. Y. O. Carmelite Reporter 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 15 Library Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3. K Kzrm , , . . .523231525Z3Z3I523251125231-I5143C-I-I-13252-23Z52323Z3Z5Z3Z7Z3Z3. . . .515231337231313Z5Z3Z5Z7Z52'Z5ZiZ'l-i5Z'2315I3gg GMM CLASS OF Bound to please . . .airbourne t . . .talkative .come day, go day Talent Show 1, 25 Dancing Club Club 1, 2, 3. CLASS CALENDAR Oct. 12-Nov. 18, 1949 .... ,Sale of Novelties October 30, 1949 . .....,. Harvest Festival November 18, 1949 .... Thanksgiving Dance January 16, 1950 1 , ..,.,,.... Food Festival March 31, 1950 ,. ...,... Skating Party May 26, 1950 ,..,.... May 27, 1950 May 28, 1950 May 22-26, 1950 ..... Senior Week . ,..,.., Class Day Senior Prom Baccalaureate May 31, 1950 Commencement Exercises -1,nJa+w'1 - Class Song . . ."Par'cing" Tune: "Silver Threads Among the Gold" Words by Thomas Owens THOMAS OWENS "Gf"'f 'fLTW.f.-P ' . PE Culss-Mares TIMEIS PRSSIN6 B7 swwr me My is onnw-we man b I.. J 'gt-ELA 'P wueu wml REU'Rl'AICE ws wsu. Leave may scuou. onys uv mem srsna 5 AIJAJ Bur My C4-nsavmnres we wan. SEE wu.4. SEE Eu-ER IU aan Menon - 0 I b ' e e . ' I ob 9 'I "0 s, ll-MF MRTER WE WILL IE 44.441513 VE-R7 TRUE T0 T'l-IEE fi GLRBSMITIS wr IRE GOING ON LIFE HND GNRES TQ F1768 BE- 10 ND '1"V'f1iW4 .N ' 4: wE wan. mwlys QHER-JUN wlldf' mtl! 304004. NouR5 Tous NIUE 1'lluc,uT fha: Editors and Artists .... ..,,.,...b... E' FORTNER Co-Editor of the Yearbook Carmelife Weeklv T, OWENS J. YANCOSKI I. MAZER The Spotlight D' DOYLE A. SOULGES, Artist The Spotlight The Spotlight Group Presidents F. MALINOSKI National Honor Society B. MENAPACE 1. MAZER Masque and Gavel Quill and Scroll T. BUTTS Class of 1950 A, BALINSKAS S. BIXLER Hall Patrol Student Council T. OWENS Dramatic Club F. FEGLEY Physics Club .l- KULICK L. GLOWACKI Dancing Club Rifle Club G. SAUKAITIS Pinochle Club L. GUSTITUS Social Etiquette R. WERTZ Canasta Club Q ix ' v 'R i : S' Popularity Poll Cutest Girl ..... ......,..... Handsomest Boy .....,.,.. .. Most Popular Girl ........ ,... ..... ....,..,.. Most Popular Boy ........ ..... .... . .... , .. .. .. Most Willing Girl ....,..,..,, ,, ...A...,,., ,,..,,.,........... Most Willing Boy .....,......,.,....,....AAA......,................,.....,.......,,,..,..,.....,....... Best Dressed Girl ........ .......... . Best Dressed Boy ..... .,.......... ............. Best Girl Dancer ...... . .. Best Boy Dancer ..... ..,...... .,.,...... Wittiest Boy ,..,.. . .... ...... ,....,..t,,... ...,,,.. ..,...,. . Wittiest Girl .......... ,,r....,.. .....,.. Best Songstress ....,.,.. .... ......... Best Singer ....,.... ,,..A.,...,..,A.,..,...,.... .......,...,,. Bookworm Girl 4..... r..,.. ..t,A... ,,.,...,.,,, , Bookworm Boy ..r.....r.. ....,,. .. Most Likely to Succeed .. .. . .,..,., .. .,.....A...... Most Athletic Boy .,..,.... ..,. ........ Most Earnest Boy ,,....... ......,...................... . ,.,......,l. Most Earnest Girl ........ JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ll R VARANO vw L several-,1, S WILLIAMS Junior Class Represented here are the members of the Junior Class, who are noted for their excellent school spirit. They have helped make our school life happ and upon leaving We Wish them success in their role as next year s school CLASS ADVISERS MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON MR. GLENN F. MENGES CLASS CALENDAR October 25-November 16, 1949, Magazine Campaign December 16, 1949 N. , 1 1 1 . ..,, Christmas Dance March 15, 1950 . , ..,,..,.. .. .. .. V. ,. .. .. . Talent Show May 27, 1950 . ., .,.. . Junior Prom ?, - 1. '-.4 S Hn fluffffff H flllluqf 'ffllffm X IZ 6'5!2'p S Q ,Z cam Me af 51 HOMEROOM 202 .Liv Xb I First Row, Left to Right--E. Chucoski, L. Belkoski, J. Bowers, D. Cobelis, V. Andrews, S. Andrukanis, F. Andreano, M. L. Andrewlevich. Second Row-J. Anescheck, R. Caser, B. Dall, F. Balent, C. Brassington, D. Becker, R. Berkheiser, E. Chapman, Miss K. Billman. 1' Qxxx I X x Third Row-M. Cillo, A. Backus, W. Beaver, G. Butchock, L. Cohoon, F. Alchimowicz, T. Demboski. HOMEROOM 203 First Row, Left to Right-R. Karycki, M. A. Karycki, M. E. Keller, J. Greco, R. M Dorkoski, T. Domanski, N. Kehler. Second Row-Miss C. Scicchitano. E. Harry, R. Hook, D. L. Karpinski, L. Justin, E Karasevich, J. Kimsal, E. Kizel. Third Row-H. Doyle, C. Horstield, J. Grihith, F. Gibbons, R. Jagloski, R. Klemas W. Hynoski. HOMEROOM 204 First Row, Left to Right-E. Moser, C. Megosh, M. A. Luptowski, J. Mouery, R. M. Noskoviak, D. L. McFa11, J. Painter, P. Narusiewicz. Second Row-G. Palmer, C. Langis, D. Luczkoski, J. Neifert, L. Parazinski, G. Pascavage, M. L. Malick, C. Medalis, Mr. C. Boleske. Third Row-V. McGee, P. Lapinski, E. Ososkie, R. Lindenmuth, C. Noll, T. Moleski, M. Mazari, E. Lavish, J. Marquette. HOMEROOM 303 First Row, Left to Right-D. Swartz, J. Schreffler, J. Simmons, M. Sheehan, J. Sharer, M. Swaboski, M. Teufel, L. Polack, E. Pope. Second Row-J. Reiner, S. Swatski, C. Snyder, F. Smigel, L. Sokol, J. A. Singley, J. Sulick, I. Stabinski, F. Pusnak, M. Ragalyi. Third Row-Mr. J. Kozlowski, M. Posipanko, S. Roney, B. Procopio, D. Rubright, R. Perles, R. Ryan, G. Strawn. HOMEROOM 305 First Row, Left to Right-H. White, J. Williams, D. Zelez, A. Yuskoski, S. Williams, A. M. Warsheski, A. Troyan, B. Wojcik, R. Wolfgang. Second Row-Mr. T. Barnes, S. Yagodinski, R. Wagner, R. Varano, T. Walsh, S. Wydra. Third Row-K. Zimmerman, L. Yeager, A. Wydan, T. Troyan. KF . XX 5x SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 0 M J, YATSK - GABLE NES Vice President Secretary R R C, BAR ' AMAGE Presi den t TTQas1u'er Sophomore Class Here are the members of the Sophomore Class, a group of loyal and friendly students. We hope they will go on to faithfully uphold and cherish the traditions of our school. CLASS ADVISERS MR. MICHAEL A. TERRY Miss KATHRYN E. BILLMAN CLASS CALENDAR February 10, 1950-Valentine Dance April 17-18, 1950-Talent Show HOMEROOM 307 First Row, Left to Right-L. Bodnar, L. Chase, D. Belfonte, L. Andreano, M. Cortellini P. Brennan, D. Andrash, R. M. Eernot, L. Butts. Second Row-R. Dombroski, C. Ballent, M. A. Denisewicz, D. Arasim, B. Dadura V. Aston, C. Barnes, Miss H. Carroll. Third Row-D. Cahoon, R. Coleman, P. Cimino, J. Ciokajlo, A. Deitz, J. Demboski F. Credito. HOMEROOM 309 First Row, Left to Right-L. Fetsko, D. Gidaro, A. M. Galinas, T. Gula, E. Herman, B. Fisher, C. J. Grossman, H. Feudale, M. Gable.. Second Row-R. Dunkelberger, S. Homitz, M. E. Howal, J. Frasch, T. Gummel, A. M. Hombosky, A. Dzwinka, G. Fisher, E. Homicz, Mr. M. Terry. Third Row--J. Dudzinski, T. Gross, T. Falkie, D. Hildenbrand, J. Erah, D. Evans, J. Gaughan, L. Gower. HOMEROOM 310 First Row, Left to Right-L. Kehler, V. Kyauskas, R. Kobilis, A. Kobi, C. Hudick, F. Howard, P. Kolovich, M. Lubeskie, M. Jones, D. Kovach. Second Row-O. Lerch, L. Joraskie, J. James, J. Jayman, A. Lisiewski, D. Krotchko, D. J effrey, E. Lubeski, Mr. G. Menges. Third Row-R. Kovaleski, V. Lombardo, J. Kraftchak, R. Kramer, C. Kutza, W. Lindenmuth, J. Karasevich. HOMEROOM 3'I 1 First Row, Left to Right-H. Pakosky, L. Rawa, L. Mirarchi, J. Rogutski, A. M. Pulaski, V. Repella, J. Marcoon, B. Messarge, E. Reedinger. Second Row-Mr. W. Chesney, B. North, J. Moratelli, G. Oshman, N. Mann, E. Mayer, J. Pascavage, V. Rodak, R. Persing. Third Row-R. Ramage, F. Lutz, D. Marquette, L. Morgan, G. McFee, R. Martin, J. Repella, L. Mattivi. HOMEROOM 312 First Row, Left to Right-H. Slachta, M. Ryan, V. M. Ryan, J. Ruths, R. M. Sadusky L. Semerod, A. Shutt, M. L. Rosendale, J. Sadusky. Second Row-Mr. G. Breslin, R. Swartz, A. Shuptar, M. A. Stecker, M. Rusnak J. Tamecki, P. Strike, R. Stief, J. Rusinko. Third Row-R. Shupinski, W. Sokol, E. Stabinski, R. Smith, R. Sokol, J. Rubright G. Slater. J. fix. HOMEROOM 301 In Front-R. Vitacco, R. Womer. First Row, Left to Right-J. Tamecki, G. Votz, C. Williams, J. Vilkauskas, D. Wywadim J. Teufel, D. Wydra, B. Taylor, S. Woznicki. Second Row-Miss M. McCarthy, R. Wilkinson, R. Womer, L. Tregembo, P. Worhach M. H. Warsheski, N. Wetzel, I. Tolkash, C. Wesner, J. White. Third Row-J. Yatsko, A. Toller, V. Zotkiewicz, V. Zamboni, J. Troyan, E. Weikel R. Zaneski. ff f QQ N , 1:5 x M' U1 U' Q J W J O Q h . X N 5 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY F1Rs'r Row. Left to Right-S. Hartzell. S. Pachuta, E. Fortner, F. Malinoski. Miss E. Howard, Adviser: F. Fegley, B. Menapace. I. Mazer. B. Marquette, SECOND Row4N. Ruths, I. Turick, R. Ciokajlo, M. Krevitskie. T. Yuskoski. J. Wetzel, J. Yancoski. Tmnu RowgM. Cavaleri, V. Shuda, R. Wertz, J. Zuritis, I. Bowers, A. Soulges. The four precepts of the National Honor Society are Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. To become a member of this distinguished organization, which is a coveted honor, a student must have displayed these qualities during his high school career. Officers: President, Fred Malinoskig Vice President, Frank Fegleyg Secretary, Irene Bowersg Treasurer, Ronald Wertz. QUILL AND SCROLL To be scholastically in the upper half of one's school class, to have done distinctive work in some phase of journalism, to be recommended by at least one of the advisers of journalism in high school, and to have taken an active part in promoting the standards of this society-athese are the requirements this group oi' seniors has fulfilled to be members of Quill and Scroll, the International Society of High School Journalists. Officers: President, Isabelle Mazerg Vice President, Dolores Doyleg Secretary, Shirley Hartzellg Treasurer, Jeanne Wetzel. Fmsr Row, Left to RightAJ. Rolko, S, Pachuta, D. Doyle. S. Hartzell, Miss A. Bahner. Adviser: E. Former, B. Menapace. I. Mazer, B. Marquette. S1-:roms Row-J. Kulick. I. Turick, M. Cavaleri, R. Fetsko, M. Krevitskie, J. Yancoski, E. Thomas J. Wetzcl. Timm Row WT. Owens, I. Bowers, W. White. MASQUE AND GAVEL Fmsr Row, Left to Right-Miss C. Scicchitano, Co-Adviser: S. Hartzell, E. Thomas, A. Warakomski, S. Bixler, T. Owens, B. Menapace, D. Doyle, Mrs. R. Cecil. Co-Adviser. SECOND Row-D. Krotchko, R. Fetsko, M. Cavaleri, E. Fortner, J. Wetzel, S. Pachuta, J. Yankoski, I. Mazer, P. Gergen. Tx-usa gow?-A. Finton, B. Jankoski, T. Yuskoski, D. Cullen, L. Stine, A. Soulges, B. Marquette, F. Fegley, . oss . Masque and Gavel The Masque and Gavel is the International Honorary Society for High School Dramatists. It has as its three-fold objectiveg the recognition and promotion of significant student achievement in speech, the raising of student standards of speech, and the sponsorship of a better school-com- munity relationship. Officers: President, Barbara Menapaceg Vice President, Sara Bixlerg Secretary, Charlotte Feiferg Treasurer, Anthony Warakomski. Alma Mater Alma Mater famed and glorious Rev'rently we sing your praise May your colors ride victorious Guiding youth in fruitful ways Loyal stand each son and daughter To the truths you hold in store Dear Mount Carmel, Alma Mater God bless and guide thee evermore. Hemmed in hills of laurel Woodland Gems of black beneath your soil Alma Mater bound by courage and Sanctified by men of toil! Hearts are swelling, proudly telling Of Mount Carmel we revere May your teaching keep us reaching Up and onward, year by year! Words by Ramona Cecilg Music by Haydn ADVIXSERS AND INITIATION S OF HONOR SOCIETIES STUDENT COUNCIL Fmsr Row, Left to Right-F, Andreano, L. Justin, J. Wetzel, E. Pope, A. Yuskoski, M. Cortellini, S. Bixler, J. Neifert, S. Woznicki. SECOND Row-Mr. W. Chesney, Adviser, L. Kehler, M. A. Stecker, J. Moratelli, M. Gable, J. Rolko, B. Menapace, C. Feifer. T1-mm Row-R. Ramage, D. Jeffrey, J. Fetsko, D. Evans, R. Stabinski, D. Green. The members of the Student Council, who serve as representatives of the student body in the school government, have as their aims the promotion of student-faculty cooperation in school affairs and the improvement of student conduct. HALL PATROL Fmsr Row, Left to Right-J. Coleman, R. Stabinski, N. Kotora, R. Wertz, T. Owens, A. Warakomski, P. Gergen. SECOND Row-N. Brezicki, F. Rossi. D. Krotchko, F. Fegley, VV. Shierant, B. Rimokaitis, A. Balinskas, Mr. T. Barnes, Adviser. These hearty fellows represent the law-enforcing body of our school. Every day they command obedience and perform their various duties to avoid confusion in the corridors. Let us hope they will remain in our minds and their ideals will be practiced by us at all times. LITERARY STAFF IXL, SPOTLIGHT, CARMELITE WEEKLY Fuzs'r Row, Left to Riyl1tiMiss A. Bahner. Spotlight Adviserg C. Williams. L. Stine. I. Bowers. S. Bixler E. Fortner. C. Feifer, S, Hartzell. D. Doyle. B. Nicoletti, E. Thomas, A. Soulges. J. Greco, Miss N. Johnson. IXL Adviser. Sircown Row-N. Kehler. C. Ballent. M. Karycki, J. Sulick. J. Singley, L. Andreano, J. Lucas. Mr. V. Mel-iail. Carmelite Weekly Adviser, J. Yancoski, B. Menapace, S. Pachuta. E. Aurand, I. Manor, B. Marquette. L. Justin. Tnuxn Row-fT. Hughes. W. White. R. Karycki. H. White, J. VVilliams. J. Sheehan. F. Smigel, L. Sokol C. Snyder. J. Kulick, J. Wetzel, D. Cullen, J. Bowers, A. Finton, T. Owens, F. Malinoski. IXL - Spotlight - CarmeIiteWeeIcIy These are the members of the literary and business staffs of our three school publications, the Weekly Carmelite. IXL. and The Spotlight. The Weekly Carmelite, advised by Mr. Vincent McHail. appears weekly in the "Mount Carmel Item" and serves the purpose of informing the general public of the various events in Mount Carmel Senior High. The IXL, advised by Miss Nellie Johnson, is published three times a year and consists of original compositions and contributions of the students of all classes. The Spotlight. advised by Miss Ada Bahner, keeps us informed of our school activities and serves as at means by which the students may demonstrate their journalistic talents, The members of these staffs do the best they can to keep their school friends and the community informed. and through these means they receive valuable experience in editing, reporting. proof-rvad- ing. and drawing. BUSINESS STAFF IXL, SPOTLIGHT, CARMELITE WEEKLY Fmsi' Row, Left lo Right---V. Zecoski. G. Siedleeki, S. Shuda. J. Harner. G. Saukaitis. J. Wetzel. J. Kulick, L. Gustitus, D. Doyle, A. Sougles. J. Yancoski, R. Ciokajlo. V. Conches, Sizcown Row-Miss H. Carroll. Adviser: T. Yuskoski. N. Ruths. I. Turick. M. Taylor. J. Ciokajlo. M. Krevitskie, M. Furio. C. Fedock, A. Adams, H. Kobi, V. Shuda. J. Rolko Tumi: Row--J. Dudzinski, D. Coroniti. F. Rossi. S, Yagodinski, T. Puchalski, E. Repella. E. Remaley. G. McFce, T. Troyan. W. Beaver, R. Stecker, The Dramatic Clubs The Dramatic Clubs have as their members those students who are in- terested in learning the fundamentals of stage productions-acting, produc- ing, stage setting, directing, and make-up artistry. SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Fnzs'r Row, Left to Right-N, Ruths, J. Rolko, L. Stine, N. Trump, E. Thomas, A. Soulges. B. lvlarquetir-, D. Doyle, M. Mihalo, B. Menapace. T. Yuskoski, S. Pachuta. E. Fortner. Si:roNn Row-Miss C. Scicchitano, Co-Adviser: J. Wetzel, V. Zccoski, J, Yancoski, S. Hartzell, C. Feifer, D. Cullen, I. Mazer, M. Cavaleri, R. Fetsko, S. Bixler, K. Gable. Mrs. R. Cecil, Co-Adviser, Timm Row--R. Stabinski, E. Bender, A. Warakomski, B. Jankoski, A. Finton, R. Wertz, D, Krotchko, M. Kovalchick, F. Rossi. J. Ballent. L. Brezinski, FOVIITII Row- AW. Bc-ierschmitt, R. Smith, F. Fegley, L. Wisdo, E. Bernas, E. Howal, N. Kotorzi. P. Gergen, T. Owens, W. Kessler, T. Butts, R. Butts, T. Hughes. JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Fiusr Row. Luft to Rigzlzl-J. Williams, H. White, M. Andrewlevich. A. Yuskoski, J. Sclircffler. N. Kohler M. Malick, J. Bowers, P. Nark. M. Keller, J. Neifert. Sr:i'oNn Row --Miss C. Scicchitario. Co-Adviser: J. Mouery, J. Singley. D. Karpinski, R, Dorkoski. A Troyan, J. Sulick, L. Sol-col. M. Ragalyi, C. Langis, R. Karycki, Mrs. R. Cecil, Co-Adviser. Truim Row--S. Roney, D. Becker, A. Backus. B. Dall, T. Demboski. C. Snyder. J. Reiner, L. Justin G. Buichock, J. Kimsal, T. Moloski, P. Lapinski. SOPHOMORE DRAMATIC CLUB Fnxsr Row, Luft to Riqhrfl Moratelli, 5. YVoznicki. A. Pulaski, M. Gable. L. Andreano, Miss C. Scicvhi tano, Mrs. R. Cecil. Co-Advisers: J. Ruths, C. Ballent, L. Kehler. M. Rosendale. Srzcown Rowe H. Fcudalc. A. Shuptar. M. Stecker, B, North, V. Aston, C. Grossman, P. Brennan. D Belfonte, M. Ryan, C. Williams. G. Oshman. Timm Rowe-T. Gross, T. Falkie. R. Persing. L. Morgan, D. Jeffrey, D. Krutchko, J. Troyun, D. Hilden- brand. J. Yatsko. R. Wilkinson, R. O'Reilly. O. Lerch. Fmsr Row. Luft to High!-B. Marquette. J. Wetzel, A. Soulges, E. Thomas. J. Toth, B. Nieoletti. C. Fcifvr. S. Hzlrtzell, E. Fortner, D. Cullen. Srrnwn Row J. Sharer. L. Joraskie. M. Vineenves. S. Pachula, I. Mazer, B. Mcnapaco, J. Yancoski. I. Kaininski, I. Bowers, E. Aurand, Miss N. Johnson. Adviser. LITERARY CLUB The girls who are members of the Literary Club have pledged themselves to raise their standards of reading and to learn more about the great literary Works ofthe World. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB FIRST Row. Left to Right-I Mazer, D. Cullen, N. Trump, A. Soulges, E. Thomas. J. Rolko. E. Remalcy, S. Pachutu, S. Bixler, I. Bowers, L. Stine. Si:roNo Row--Miss J. Strausser, Directrcssg J. Ciokajlo, J. Wetzel, R. Ciokajlo, B. Nicoletti, B. Marquette, B. Mcnapace, E. Former, A. Adams, T. Yuskoski. M. Schlegel. T1-mm Row--J. Lamb, I. Kaminski, J. Toth, S. Shull, J. Evans, J. Lucas, C. Gable, E. Aurand, R. Fctsko, M. Mihalo. Foumu Row-C. Feifer, J. Yancoski, S. Hartzell. The Glee Clubs The membeis of the Glee Clubs devote their time to learning the songs of famous composers. They entertain the students and the public with their assembly programs and concerts. JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Fmsr Row, Luft to RighlgH. White, D. Swartz, M. E. Keller, M. Sheehan, J. Schreffler, J. Simmons N, Kehlur, R. Karycki, J. Painter, P. Nark, M. Malick. S1ccoNn Row-Miss J. Strausser, Directress: L. Sokol, J. Williams, J. Singley. J. Sulick, R, Dorkoski J. Greco, E. Pope. S. Williams, D. Karpinski. Tumn Row-J. Reiner. L. Justin, F. Andreano, R. Wolfgang, S. Andrukanis, M. Andrcwlevich, C Brassington, M. Ragalyi, C. Snyder. SOPHCMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB F1us'r Row, Luft to Right-A. Pulaski. M. Gable, B. North, L. Andreano, V. Aston, J. Ruths, C. Ballent L. Kohler, J. Teufel, L. Fetsko, J. Pascavage. Srzrown RowvMiss J. Strausser, Directress: S. Woznicki. L. Rawa, L. Mirarchi, B. Dadura, L. Scmernd V. Rodack, E. Reedinger, P. Brennan, J. Moratelli, J. Sadusky, K. Hudick. Tnmu Row---A. Shuptar, M. Stecker, V. Ryan, D. Gidaro, N. Mann, A. Shutt, H. Slachta, G. Oshmzm H. Feudale. Fouxrrx-1 Row--M. Rosendale. J. Vilkauskas, J. Marcoon. J. Tamecki, B. Mcssarge, D. Bclfontc. C Grossman. N. Wetzcl, D. Arasim, A. Dzwinka, C. Williams, M. Ryan. BOYS' GLEE CLUB FIRST Row. Luft to Right-N. Nebroski, T. Narcavage, F. Rossi, G. Kirchhoff, A. Xvarakomski, A. Finton, F. Fogloy. B. Jankoski, T. Owens, W. Kessler. Srvromm Row-Miss J. Strausser, Directressg F. Malinoski, D. Krotchko. J. White, M. Kovalchick, N. Kotora, D. Green, L. Wisdo, T. Hughes. L. Brezinski. The Dancing Clubs The Dancing Clubs wish to promote more and better dancing at school affairs. The experienced teach the novices the fundamentals of this ball- room art. DANCING CLUB INSTRUCTORS Frusr Row, Left to Right-Miss H. Carroll, Adviser: J. Kulick, D. McFall, A. Yuskoski. R. Ciokajlo, J. Rolko, M. Krevitskie, T. Puchalski, L. Gustitus, E. Rernaley. Si-:coNu R0W4G. Strawn, C. Snyder, E. Pope, N. Kehler, S. Yagodinski, E. Ososkio, D. Luczkoski, S. Williams, M. Furio, A. Adams. SENIOR-JUNIOR DANCING CLUB Fmsr Row, Left to Rightfli, Rcpella. J. Greco, M. Swaboski, G. Saukaitis, J. Harner, F. Andreano S. Andrukanis, M. Keller, L. Parazinski, I. Stabinski. Sr:coNn Row-Miss H. Carroll, Adviser, M. Luptowski, M. Sheehan, J. Simmons, J. Schrcffler, C Brassington, R. Noskoviak, J. Evans, D. Markle, J. Lamb, V. Rawa, J, Shafer. Timm Row-C. Bolesta, W. Hynoski, P. Vincenzes, J. Kimsal, L. Brezinski. SOPHOMORE DANCING CLUB Fmsr Row. Loft to Right-N. Wetzel. L. Semcrocl, M. Gable, L. Aiidreano. V. Astcn. J. Ruths, P. Kwlovich C. Ballent, H. Slachta, B. Messarge. Sizcomm RowiMiss H. Carroll, Adviser: R. Sadusky, J. Tcufel, M. Cortellini. P. Brennan, B, Dniurzi F. Howard, C. Hudick, V. Ryan, D. Gidaro, A. Dzwinka. Fmsr Row. Left to Right-J. Sheehan, M. Sheehan, J. Schreffler, J. Simmons, R. Karycki, M. Mihnlo, H. Kobi. M. Swabcski. L. Gustitus. SECOND Row-V. Shuda, R. Noskoviak, V. Andrews, L. Joraskie, T. Puchalski, M. Krevitskie, Miss R. Shovlin, Adviser. SOCIAL ETIQUETTE CLUB The Social Etiquette Club is an outgrowth ofthe Home Economics Classes. At their meetings the girls do some sewing and are taught good manners through the use of skits. Fmsr Row. Luft 10 Right-D. Latshaw. W. Hynoski, C. Boiesta. W. Beierschmitt, T. Breslin, F, Bottari. R. Butts, R. Lutz. L. Brezinski. L. Staskiel, Sxccown Row-R. Lavish. D. Rupp. F. Sharer, R. Rosinski, M. Kovalchick. R. Kuczewski, J. Chabnla. J. Ballent, P. Vincenzcs, Mr. M, Terry, Adviserg P. Gergen, J. Wisniewski, T. Butts. G. Nlacutkiewicz. J. Pollock. LETTERMEN'S CLUB The Letterrnen's Club is composed of Senior boys who have been out- standing in some phase of high school sports. They have benefited our high school by their commendable and earnest efforts. RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club is dedicated to teach high school boys respect for firearms, and the proper care and correct use of the rifle in particular. Fuxsr Row, Left to Right-W. Hynoski, C. Bolesta, F. Bottari, A. Lisiewski, M. Gribowych. T. Moleski, L, Glowacki. SECOND Row--fMr. G. Mengcs, Adviser: L. Joraskie, J. Kraftchak, J. Jayman, D. Evans. Fmsr Row. Left to Right-M. Ragalyi, J. Schrefiler, M. Sheehan, J. Simmons, M. Malick, V. Andrews L. Sokol. Srzrrmn Rowii Marquette, W. Beaver, J. Reiner. C. Brassington, Mr. T. Barnes, Adviserg J. Singley, E. Moser, R. Berkheiser, H. Doyle. CAMERA CLUB The members of the Camera Club are interested in learning the principles of picture taking, film developing, enlarging, and the science of photography in general. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club strives to acquaint the student body with a wide variety of books, and to make its members familiar with the workings of a library. Fmsr Row. Luft to Right-A. Zymek. J. Zuritis, V. Zecoski, E. Remaley, D. Markle, J. Lamb, M. Taylor. Sitcunu Row-Miss E. Olshefski, Adviserg G. Pascavage. H. YVhite, J. Sulick, J. Painter, I. Turick. B. Messarge. J. White. Pinochle Clubs The members of these clubs have learned the art of pinochle playing. Many trying evenings they have spent pondering over methods to over- come their opponents by manipulating an ace here and a ten there. SENIOR PINOCHLE CLUB Fmsr Row, Lvf! to Right -G. Saukaitis. T. Puchalski. E. Remaley, B. Nicoletti, J. Toth, B. Marguotte. D. Doyle. E. Repella. R. Nalis. J. Cinkajlo. J. Jones. Sifrown Row Miss K. Hillman. Adviser: N. Brezicki. T. Bodnar. J. Harner. J. Kulivk. R. Cickujlo. M. Kr:-vitskic. J. Oiahefski, R. Lutz. J. Maiick, W. Beierschmitt. Tmirn Row' G. Kii'cl1lin1'1'. A. Brcssi. R. Slahinski. R. W0riz. L. Siaskiel, V. Lisiewski. G. Macutkiewivz. R. Butis. A. Balinskas. JUNIOR-SOPHOMORE PINOCHLE CLUB Fn:s'r ROW, Imff In Right-r-C. Mcdalis. J. Painter, L. Butts, A. Yuskoski. J. Schrefflcr, J. Simmons. N Kohler. N. Wctzel. N. Cortellini, J. Bvwors. P. Nark. Sicc'oNn Row---Miss K. Billman. Adviser: J. Karasevich. D. Kovach, M. Stocker. A. Galinis. F. Anslrezmo R. Bernot, D. Belfpnto. P. Strike, J. Grvczn. E. Pope. V. Lombardu. Tnucn Row E. Dall. A. Backus, R. Varano. T. Demboski, J. Kimsal, A. Wydan. T. Moicski. T. Wa!-:h L. Cishoon. P. Lapinski. Fox i:'1'ii Rowe C. Noll, S. Yagodinski. E. Kaiascvich. CANASTA CLUB The Canasta Club was founded this year with the idea of teaching interest- ed seniors how to play the South American card game of Canasta or basket rummy. Fmsr Row. Left to Right-S. Bixler, D. Krotchko. I. Mazer, F. Fegley. J. Yancoski, A. Finton, B, Mvnnpace, A. Warakomski, J. Wetzel. D. Green. Sl-IFOND Rowe Miss A. Bzxhner, Co-Adviser: G, Siedlecki, J. Lucas, E. Aurand. I, Bowers. T. Owens. C, Feifer, S. Hartzcll. Miss E. Howard. Co-Adviser. Timm Row-AJ. Sheehan, J. Chabala. S. Shuda, S. Pachuta, C. Fedock. R. Wertz, L. Stine. J, Pollock. Fmsr Row, Left to Right--F. Fegley. E. Fortner, J. Wetzel, A. Soulges, E. Thomas, B. Mennpace. S. Pachuln. I. Mazcr, J. Yankoski. A. Finton. Sr:coNn Row-Mr. J. Kozlowski. Adviser: R. Wertz, A, Warakomski. P. Gergen. D. Green, L. Wisdo, T. Owens. T. Hughes. F. Malinoski, J. Pollock. PHYSICS CLUB This group of Seniors has tried to further its knowledge of our universe by participating in many unusual experiments. It is among inquiring minds such as these that the groundwork of freedom is laid. 64? S VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD fix - .L .silk - L .liiif I FIRST Row, Left to Right-R. Rosinski, R. Lutz, L. Staskiel, C. Sharer, W. Beaver, L. Brezinski, P. Vincenzes, D. Kornacki, W. Beierschmitt. SECOND Row-C. Bolesta. D. Rupp. R. Lavish, J. Chabala, R. Williams, S. Yagodinski, G. Macutkiewicz, W. Hynoski, R. Butts. Tman Row-R. Davis, T. Breslin, T. Butts, D. Latshaw, L. Angeli, J. Molick, J. Ciokajlo, J. Anescheck, R. Caser, J. Chabala, E. Chapman. FOURTH Row-J. Paskevich, Asst. Coach: G. Wrona, Asst. Coachg G. Sofranck. D. Marquette. V. Okronglis, R. Pollock, J. Merwine, J. Marquette, E. Hook, R. Kuczewski, M. Terry, Head Coach. Varsity Football Opening the 1949 football season with hard fought victories over Coal Township C13-OJ and Tamaqua C21-187, the Red Tornadoes of Mount Carmel Senior High School seemed well on their way to a successful gridiron campaign. Although held to scoreless ties by Mahanoy City and Kulp- mont, the Tornadoes did not drop from the win column until stumbling before a highly favored Pottsville aggregation. The Tornadoes, Hnding the comeback trail diPH- cult, dropped their next two tilts and were un- able to regain their former stride until Armistice Day when amid brilliant pageantry, they dropped Sunbury by a 13-0 score. Thanksgiving Day brought cool, clear weather and a 13-7 victory over Shamokin, our traditional Turkey Day rival. On the kickoff following Shamokin's touchdown which had knotted the score at 7-7, Tom Butts, Tornado halfback, scooped up the ball in the vicinity of the 25 yard line and skirted around his left flank, racing untouched into Shamokin's end zone with the winning tally. Congratulations Coach and squad on a record to which students of Mount Carmel Senior High School can point with pride. l9ll9 Football Record Mount Carmel 13 ............ Coal Township 0 Mount Carmel 21 Carmel . . . ...... Tamaqua 18 0 ............. Mahanoy City 0 Mount Mount Carmel 26. ...Mount Carmel Township 12 Mount Carmel 0 ................ Kulpmont 0 Mount Carmel 19 .... .... S henandoah 6 Mount Carmel 8 .... Pottsville 14 Mount Carmel 0 .... Ashland 7 Mount Carmel 0 .... Hazleton 6 Mount Carmel 13 ......... ....... S unbury 0 Mount Carmel 13 ................ Shamokin 7 Won 6-Lost 3-Tied 2. N... 's SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS 5 . , K V . , -ffm ' ,: '. . , ' 5 ' ' 'L 1ix1z'i:Ei?'i.fQ"' xg..-, D. RUPP P. VINCENZES T. BUTTS G. MACUTKIEWICZ Faozvr Row, Left to Right-V. Okronglis, R. Williams, R. Kuczewski, W. Beierschmitt, R. Butts, E. Hook, R. Lutz. BACK RowgD. Kornacki, R. Rosinski, L. Brezinski, L. Angeli. FRONT Rirw, Left to Right-D. Latshaw, G. Macutkiewicz, J. Chabala, L. Staskiel, T. Breslin,D. Rupp, C. Bo esta. BACK Row-T. Butts, R. Rosinki, P. Vincenzes, R, Lavish. J. V. FOOTBALL SQUAD ig .- Qgg 'A T155 ' ' V 'Y . Z? sn.. 532 l , , Fnxsr Row, Left to Right-R. Juskiewicz, J. Erah, R. Karlowich, V. Zotkiewicz, J. Jayman, J. Clark, C. b'rouI.z, R. Chango. Sxzromv ROWWR. Dunkclberger, A. Toller, J. Rubright, R. Kramer, T. Falkie, P. Matulewicz, J. Procopio, A. Wargo, J. James. Timm Row--R. Savage, M. Mazari, R. Worhach, R. Womcr, R. Smith. C. Barnes, G, McFec, R. VVilkinson, E, Homicz, P. Roadarmcl. Fomrru Row-V. Karycki, Assistant: Theo. Andrewlevich, Coach: R. Payne, Assistant. Junior Varsity Football The Mount Carmel High School Junior Varsity Squad coached by Mr. Theodore Andrewlevich once more matched brains and brawn with other yearling outfits of the region. The youngsters compiled a record which speaks for itself. Teamwork and determination were the key to success and congratulations are at hand for both the team and the coach for a job well done. THE BAND M.-xJonET'n:s, Left to RightfE. Fortner, L. Olshefski, J. Sharer. Fmsr RowAT. Revak, M. Balon, J. Miller, J. Bartasevich, D. Snyder, J. Karasevich D. Becker, E. Bender, T. Yodzis, R. O'Reilly, G. Lerch, D. Erney, T. Stine, J. Semerod, S. Toy, W. Kraftchak. Si-:c'oNn Row-Mr. J. Stief, Director: G. Slater, P. Yoder, R. Vittaco. P. Semick, R. Jelus. A. Hatzell. J. Shupinski, A. Bender, J, Andreano, D. Hindmarch, C. Finton, W. Karitski, D. Miscavage, G. Socoloskie. Ti-:mn Row-N. Kotora, R, Shupinski, C. Noll, G. Fisher, J. Kraftchak, R. Gronski, R. Kunsaitis, D. Woodring, N. Harrier, W. Pollock, J. Chubb, Jas. Chubb, F. Fegley, P. Gergen, Drum Major. Fourvrn Row-E. Harry, D. Hildenbrand, L. Wisdo, D. Green, A. Warakomski. A. Finton, B. Jankoski, T. Owens, J. Pollock, F. Malinoski, A. Backus, E. Karasevich, T. Moleski, W. Kessler. Many long hours the band members spend practicing their innumerable selections and intricate drill formations. They help to raise the school's spirit by playing at foot- ball games and parades. They are always willing to lend their aid for the betterment of any public function. This year, more than ever, the school band, under the capable di- rection of Professor Joseph Stief, can be proud of its loyal services. CHEERLEADERS Left to Right-J. Rolko, R. M. Fetsko. S. Paehuta, D. Cullen. E. A. Thomas, M. Mihalo, D. Doyle. 'J. Toth, C. Feifer, C. A. Gable, A. Soulges, B. Nicoletti, M. Furio, B. L. Marquette. The duty of the cheer leaders is to lead the students in their support of the high school teams at the pep rallies, the football games, and the basketball games. Mr. Sfief and Philip Gergen With Maiorettes iii QQQ ':!""" sg CONCESSION WORKERS IN FRONT--T. Gross, R. Persing, J. Troyan. Fmsr Row. Left to Right-S. Swatski, J. Williams, L. Justin. C. Snyder, G. Siedlecki. J, Lucas. R. Ciokajlo, M. Krevitskie, L. Joraskie. Si:roNu Row-Miss R. Shovlin, D. L. McFall, F. Rusnak, A. Shutt, M. Teufel, L. Gustitus, M. A. Karycki, B. Mcnapace, Miss C. Scicchitano. THIRD Row-A. M. Warsheski, J. Wetzel, J. Simmons, M. Sheehan, G. Saukaitis, M. Savage, I. Tolkash, S. Bixler. The Concession Stand girls and boys are in charge of selling hot dogs, soda, candy, coffee, etc. at the football games played in the high school stadium. This year there were two stands in operationg the carpentry boys built a new one and enlarged the old one. ATHLETIC MANAGERS KNEELING. Left to Right-J. Repella. D. Evans, R. Harbold. STANDINGfR. Hook, VV. Beicrschmitt. R. Ramage. The unsung heroes of football, basketball, track and cross country are the Athletic Managers. These boys are loyal, diligent workers. A manager's duties include distri- buting, checking and inspecting equipment, keeping quarter records, cleaning cages, and a multitude of other duties. Because of their importance we feel that they should have a prominent place in our Yearbook. TRACK AND FIELD TEAM 'I948-1949 Fnonr Row-Left to Right-R. Ciokajlo, J. Kautter, C. Marquette, J. Feifer, J. Levandosky, G. Adams, W. Mazari, M. Baskin, W. Gronski, J. Ramage, S. Forktus. BACK Row-G. Breslin, Coachg E. Staskiel, A. Wojdanowicz, L. Staskiel. L. Brezinski, P. Vincenzes, J. Pollock, G. Macutkiewicz, W. Hynoski, R. Butts, T. Butts, C. Bolesta, J. Griffith, J. Ballent, L. Chucoski, G. Menges, Coach. Track and Field Team With a well conditioned track and field team, Coach Breslin compiled a very admirable record during the 1949 season. Highlights of theseason in- cluded outstanding performances at Lebanon by the Medley and Shuttle Hurdle relay outfits and at Penn State the single outstanding performance featured Phil Vincenzes capturing the State Championship Crown in the Discus Throw. The marks established by this squad are Worthy of praise and should serve as a goal for future cinder men. April 16 April 23 May 3 May 7 May 10 May 13 TRACK SUMMARY 1949 -Novice Meet-won by Seniors. -Interclass Meet-won by the Seniors. -Night Triangular Meet CML Carmel lst, Shamokin 2nrlg Hazleton 3rdJ. Coaldale C Second to Williams- portj. -Lebanon Relays CSecond to William Penng won 2 relays, medley and shuttle hurdlesj. -M 0 u n t Carmel Invitation CWon by Mount Carmelg second, Williamsportg third, Pottsvillej. May 2 1 May 28 April 29 LETTERMEN Adams Forktus Feifer Vincenzes Marquette Mazari Chicaj lo Butts, T. Kautter Levandosky Gronski Butts, B. Reiner Baskin Ramage Brezinski -District 4 Meet, Williams- port. CSecond to Williams- portb. State Finals. CPhilip Vincen- zes, State Championship in Discusb. QStephen Forktus, 5th Broad Jumpb. CStephen Forktus, Leo Bre- zinski, Glenn Adams and Charles Marquette 4th in 880 Relayb. -Lewisburg 65, Mount Carmel J. V.'s 61. Chucoski Hynoski Bolesta RUPP Macutkiewicz VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM l Fmsr Row, Left to Right-T. Butts, T. Breslin, F. Bottari, D. Latshaw, J. Anescheck, F. Sharer. Si-:coNn Row-Mr. T. Vershinski, Coachg J. Marquette, J. Wisniewski, P. Vincenzes, P. Gergen, R. Varano, J. Pollock. Varsity Basketball Team Under the new coaching wing of Mr. Thomas Vershinski, the 1949-50 edi- tion of Red Tornadoes finally found the hoops after a disastrous exhibition schedule to compile a record of 8 victories and 12 defeats. Basketball, more than any other sport, depends on teamwork. Every man on the squad must have the will to win and must give his team mates his utmost co-operation. The Red and White dribblers were seldom humbled by wide margins. Their determination and perseverance should be rewarded by a vote of apprecia- tion from the students of M.C.H.S. Dec. 7-Mount 9--Mount 12--Mount 14-Mount 16-Mount 20-Mount 22-Mount 29-Mount Jan. 3-Mount 5--Mount Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD 1949-1950 . . . . . Girardville .. .... Ashland . . . . . Girardville . . .... Ashland . . . . . Pottsville . . .... Sunbury . ...... Danville . . . . . Wil.iamsp:Jrt . .. .... Coal Township Conyngham-Centralia Jan. 10-Mount 13-Mount 17-Mount 20-Mount 27-Mount Feb. 3-Mount 7-Mount 10-Mount 17-Mount 20-Mount Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel 67 67 31 49 38 67 59 42 49 59 Mount Carmel Twp. Kulpmont Shamokin St.Edwards .... .. Coal Township Conyngham-Centralia . . .. Mount Carmel Twp. Kulpmont Shamokin St.Edwards Dream Game participants: Philip Vincenzes, Thomas Butts, John Wisniewski. J. V. BASKETBALL TEAM Fmsr Row, Left to Right-F. Lutz, J. Griffith, L. Mattivi, Captain: R. Ramage, R. Sokol. Snconu Row-R. Pei-sing, J. Erah, D. Marquette, R. Kramer, T. Falkie, V. Zotkievicz, Mr. T. Vershinski, Coach. Junior Varsity Basketball Team The Junior Varsity Basketball Team, which is also coached by Mr. Ver- shinski, showed that they have the will to do. The promising Tornadoes-to- be compiled a fine record of 10 wins and 11 losses. The training of these boys will bring forth the great teams of tomorrowg even though little attention is paid to them, the junior hoopsters can feel proud of their success. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Dec. 10-Mount 7-Mount Carmel 20 . . . .... Girardville 35 13-Mount 9-Mount Carmel 28 ...... Ashland 36 17-Mount 12-Mount Carmel 39 .... Girardville 35 20-Mount 14-Mount Carmel 42 ..... Ashland 28 27-Mount 16-Mount Carmel 16 .... Pottsville 59 31-Mount 20-Mount Carmel 28 .... Sunbury 18 Feb. 22-Mount Carmel 31 . . . ...... Danville 27 3-Mount 29-Mount Carmel 24 . . . . Williamsport 40 7-Mount Jan. 10-Mount 3-Mount Carmel 47 ........ Coal Township 38 17--Mount 5-Mount Carmel 27 .. Conyngham-Centralia 32 20-Mount Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel .. . Mount Carmel Twp. Kulpmont . . . ...,. Shamokin . . . . St. Edwards Coal Township Danville Conyngham-Centralia . . . . Mount Carmel Twp. Kulpmont . . . ..... Shamokin . . . . . . St. Edwards 44 28 35 43 50 26 42 22 21 32 36 CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM FRONT Row. Left to Right-vT. Demboski, L. Chucoski, M. Kovalchick. BACK Row-Mr. G. Breslin, Coachg J. Ballent, J. Pollock, W. Kessler. LETTERMEN C C t Seniors -Y-Leonard Chucoski 3 Years Michael Kovalchick 3 Years John Ballent 2 Years William Kessler 1 Year John Pollock D 1 Year Junior' --Thomas Demboski Sophomore -- Stanley Homitz In an attempt to return Cross-Country to its normal pre-war standard in regional schools, the Central Pennsylvania Cross-Country Conference re- sumed operations with four teams which met on a home and home basis. Mount Carmel was successful in winning one meet from Lebanon, and in an all-league meet held at Pottsville, featuring the region's best harriers, Thomas Demboski placed sixth. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TEAMS Fmsr Row, Left to Right-D. Doyle, J. Rnlko, M. Posipanko, R. Fetsko, M. Mlhalo, A. Yuskoskl. Snconn Row-M. Swaboski, R. Wolfgang, M. Krevitskie, S. Shuda, G. Strawn, L. Sokol, R. Ciokajlo, J. Lucas, N. Trump. Ti-mm Row-C. Gable, S. Bixler, Miss M. Mayan, Instructress. Girls' lntra-Mural Basketball Even though the popular adage states that "A woman's place is in the home" the girls of M.C.H.S. proved themselves "Queens of the hardwoods". The Girls' Intramural Basketball program arranged by Miss Mary Mayan provides an excellent opportunity for our athletically minded maidens. This year the Champions proved to be "The Teamstersw, who eliminated "Bloomer Girls" in a play-off duel by a 36 to 14 count. THE TEAMSTERS BLOOMER GIRLS Rose Marie Fetsko .... Marie Posipanko CCapt.D fCapt.D Madalyn Mihalo ........ Dolores Doyle Joan Lucas ................ Joan Rolko Alice Yuskoski ...... Margaret Swaboski Nancy Trump ......... Marie Posipanko Rose Marie Ciokajlo .... .. .Sylvia Shuda Rose Marie Fetsko ...... Irene Wolfgang Lorraine Sokol ........ Marie Krevitskie Gloria Strawn TEAMS CAPTAINS Varsidettes ............. Virginia Rowa Swift Gayettes ..... Gabrielle Saukaitis Bloomer Girls . . . . . . Marie Posipanko She Devils .............. Roberta Nalis The Teamsters ..... Rose Marie Fetsko Coquettes ........ Betty Lou Marquette Buzzy Bombs . . . Rose Marie Noskoviak Pepperettes ........... Jeanette Sharer The Zero's . . .. .... ..... J ean Wetzel The Go-Getters .... . . . Jean Erney The Tornado Belles ....... Marie Furio Wolverines ......... . . . Anna Troyan BOYS' VOLLEY BALL 1948-1949 wif' Aw ' "." T 1 ' 2:1 ' W'iifi?f .-, ' T. B tts, M . J. Paskevich. Coach t to Right-D. Latshaw, T. Breslin, J, Coleman, A. Balinskas, R. Butts, J. Wisniewski, u r . Boys' Volley Ball In Mount Carmel Senior High School Volley Ball creates its share of interest. It is a game of skill and coordination. The team with the most cooperation and will to Win comes out on top and this was the case with The Frenchies in a tournament play. The Frenchies captured the championship laurels only after a nip and tuck series with Nobs A.C. They Won two games of the three game series. The final game Was Won with a score of 21-19. GIRLS' VOLLEY BALL 1948-1949 Fmsr Row, Left to Right-P. Narusiewicz, M. L. Malick, R. M. Clokajlo, J. Rolko, M. L. Andrewlevich Sncom: Row-L. Stine, M. Furio, T. Puehalskl, M. Krevitskie, A. Yuskoskl, J. A. Slngley. Timm Row-M. Savage, E. Repella, J. Gurba, G. Saukaitis, M. Andreano, Miss Mary Mayan, Coach. Fovlrm Row-M. Keefer, L. Polack, C. Shoop, J. Ciokajlo, R. Wolfgang. Girls' Volley Ball The girls of M.C.H.S. under the direction of Miss Mary Mayan proved that they too can compete in this game of skill and cooperation. Pictured above are the "Jumpin' J eepers" QB League Champsl captained by Gabrielle Saukai- tus and the "Bonnie Belles" QA League Champsj captained by Rose Marie Ciokajlo. In a two game play-off competition the "Bonnie Belles" won both games by 21-17 and 21-19 scores to become A-B League Champions. GIRLS' GYMNASTIC FORMATIONS I. Dogg Pyrzunicl Hand Sulmis---Hcuci Stands Buck BL-mis. III. Sitting on Shouldersfklcad Stands-Prone Lying on Feel of B G I1. Dug Pyramid. IV. A Conglomeration. J P BOYS Nlkw . . X M 4 HELPERS 1949 PROM Carmelite Staff -- if Advrser and Editors Ad Sollcltors Seated, Lvft .lo Right-fMiss E. M. Rowe. Adviser Seated, Left to Right-D. Cullen, D. Doyle E. Former. Ed1i0I'-lfl-ChlCf. Standinggw. White. D. Green. Strmding--J. Yancoski, Art Editor: B. Menapacc. Co-Editor. Sports Editor Thr mas Owcns. Typlsts Lufi, to Rigyllifllfl. L. Cavzzleri. I. Turick. Carmelite Staff Senior Sales Committee S1-rilvd. L1-,yt tu Right--fJ. Lucas. P, Gergen. N. Trump. Smndmgi E. Rc-malvy. A. Adams. Sophomore Sales Committee Scntcd, Left to Rigln---R. M. Bernot. H. Slnchta. D. Gidnrn Szundivzg-J. Troyan, O. Lcrclx. L. Nlorgan. Junior Sales Committee Smrfud. Iwi! lu Rig1l11fT. Domnnski, D. Zimmerman. M. Shoohem. SillYldI7ll,"' G. Pnsczlvzlgc. L. Belkoski. Literary Committee Scrltcd, Lvft to Riflilff-I. Bowers. A. Soulges, E. Fortnvr. B, Menapucc. I. IVIzlZcr. C. Fm-ifcr. Standing--L. Brezinski. S. Pachuta, F. Malinoski, J. Yancoski, A. Warakomski, N. Ruths, A. Finton Our Photographers T. GENERAL J. KOZLOWSKI G. KIRCHHOFF Bond and Stamp Sales Your Autograph Information Luft to Right-Roscoe Strawn: Chester Snyder, President of Lions Club: Vincent W. McHaiI. Principal of Senior High Schoolg George Miller: Leo Schu, Vice President of Lions Club. Presentation of Telebinocular In line with the work being done for the conservation of the eyesight of school children, the local schools were presented with a Telebinocular Set and equipment on Class Day, May 27, 1949. The presentation was made by Lions President, Chester Snyder, Vice President Leo Schu and Messrs. Miller and Strawn, members of the Lions Club. The Telebinocular is a new machine of the portable type which will help greatly to discover defects of the eyes, so that proper attention may be given for their correction. The Lions Club has always felt the need for a machine of this type for the local schools and is hopeful that its use will materially aid all children. arewell for fifty. . . Now that our school year is over and we have bid farewell to all our friends and teachers, we realize more and more just what the word "understanding" should mean to us all. It is not only reading the facts in a textbook and knowing how to accomplish various daily chores, but it is knowing how to cope with the in- significant and trivial things of life and being able to interpret the ideas of others. As we ponder over our three years together thinking of the in- numerable joys and lesser sorrows we've shared, we will have our Yearbook to help us remember those personal and cherished hap- penings during our high school life. The thrill of our first day in Hi, the friends we've made, the pleasures and hardship we've en- dured, the lessons we've learned, yes, and even the tests we've taken, may now be behind us-but they shall never be forgotten. We sincerely hope that this '50 Carmelite may serve as your personal history book in future years-and if these memory pages will remind you of but one phase of high school living-they have accomplished their purpose. Then also let us hope that our Alma Mater will never forget us and its own cherished ideals of truth and citizenship. We have worked unceasingly to raise its standards and have tried to the best of our ability to imprint our passing in its halls of learning and in the souls of its occupants. The path before us is yet broken and indistinct but the trail behind us has been straight and clear. Though we perhaps will falter and take a few wrong turns, we know that with perseverance we will eventually find the true map of our lives. Once again and for the last time we say, "Thank you" to our teachers and leaders, the classes that graduated before us, and the classes we leave behind. Though we may also say farewell to some of our own classmates, their memory will linger forever in our hearts. Elizabeth Fortner '50 Editor-in-Chief f' I E o Our patrons . . We, the Class of '50, wish to express our sincere appreciation to you, the patrons of our Year- book, For making this publication possible. You have given gener- ously ancl willinglyg therefore we take this portion of our book of memories to say "thank you." JQHN J. CULLEN MINING mm' TUNNEL CCNTRACTING CO. GUARANTEE TRUST BUILDING MOUNT CARMEL, PA. Compliments of the Northumberland County Republican Committee HENRY LARK, CHAIRMA Complimemif ry! Geist-Berkanski Post 91 ' ,Q xmlllllllff 5.:s2'3fCzyZ .S :VH fitf 1,111 12' Q4 ,XE yOA,f fwm?f"- The American Legion Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Amusement Company SEEBURG M U S I C SYSTEMS 229 South Oak Street, Mount Carmel, Pa. Phone 1297 Bait gf Lmk To the Clam qf1950 Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Gcrgen Ashland 81 Shamokin Auto Bus C0 0 Scheduled Service between Ashland and Shamokin 0 Chartered Bus Service to any point in Pennsylvania 7365! 117251265 to the C1455 0f195O KB l Anthracite Fire Co. No. 1 D. A. Kessler Construction Co., Inc o CULM RECOVERY o ROAD CONSTRUCTION o ROAD MAINTENANCE o STRIPPING o GRADING o EXCAVATING a Specialty Office and Residence: 124 East Avenue, Mount Carmel . . . Phone 215 Yezrd: Third and Pine Streets . . . Phone 19-R Drink THE BEST... Dr. Swetfr Root Beer Sem-.vet eme! Peter Pem Beverages Nefbiify Oremge TAMECKI SONS BOTTLING CO. Mount Carmel . . . Phone 311 BES T WISI-IES ! MOUNT CARMEL'S NEWEST DRESS SHOP The Bonnie Shop Compliments of Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Former KESSLEKS . . . Leading jewelers pr DIAMONDS WAT C H E s J E W E L RY FOLLOW THE CROWD OF ALERT BUYERS 38-40 South Oak Street Jos. G. ZECGSKI Tax Colletfoff C. Patrick Printing Co. "gf iff printing" 'FROM ONE TO A MILLION...FROM A LINE TO A BOOK Phone 595 GOOD LUCK! 5? W F IAM' K Polish-American Liberty Club Crystal Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Why fake len' When Pqbfiif Ben' Ph ne 630, Mount Car 1 CITY MOTORS . Dependable Sales and Service . Year 'Round Storage IT PAYS TO PLAY Mount Carmel Sporting Goods Everything fir 5100175 FOURTH AND APPLE STREETS Telephone 1314 Compliments of Mr. john Olshefski Congmmkzfiom amd Best Wifhef F R O M LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Mount Carmel Lodge No. 665 Comphmenrs of SOCIAL CIVIC CLUB Mount Carmel, Pa. Baum's Sporting Goods, Inc. SUNBURY All Spam Equgwzenf Tom General John E. Marfz PHOTOGRAPHER Fire and o CANDID WEDDINGS Aufomobile O GROUPS Insurance O PARTIES I BIRTHDAYS 221 South Pear St., Mount C Telephone 459-J VICTORIA THEATRE BUILDING MOUNT CARMEL armel I Phone 43 STATE THEATRE BRIDY MCDTORS Shovlin gl I-Iovanes RECREATION CENTER OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC G. M. C. TRUCKS Sales and Service ggi! Distributor of 'f ' X ESSO GAS AND OILS '- Mount Carmel and Green Ridge Main Office: Mount Carmel 33 South Oak St., Mount Carmel Compliments of Atlas Hardware Co. Compliments of Bruno Bevivino Lumber Co. Lester R.Weliry A. F.Waral4ornsl4i REALTOR Wholesale Confectionery and Quinlan Pretzels GENERAL INSURANCE Wise Chips Woolworth Building, Mount Carmel 27 SOUTH POPLAR STREET Phone 677 Phone 623 Higgins Funeral Service Nothing Overdone . . . Nothing Undone Compliments of Curnmins Diesel Engines, Inc. Tye Auto Supply Co. Compliments of RAY TYE, Owner oEsoro...PLYMourH E. R. Basrress Co. Corduroy Tires O Headquarters for all MOPAR PARTS and ACCESSORIES for Plymouth, DeSoto, Chrysler and Dodge Cars and Trucks PHONE 550 SEVENTH AND AK T SECOND AND GRAPE STREETS O STREE S Telephone 175 MOUNT CARMEL Compliments of Varands Warehouse Compliments of Mount Carmel Dental Society I We refuse ff" .' . ' ' ' O Academy Billiard l-lall fo GAMB1-P f with youylg Q, , I LUNCH ' X and 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- Q sideration to influence us in our purchase PAUL SOULGES, Proprietor of quality drugs, and adhere strictly to our policy of accurately compounding for you just what your doctor ordered. Standard Drug Store Compliments of Langis Candy Sliop Compliments of West End Fire Company Steekadh. STATIONERS 20 NORTH OAK STREET iii ass I!! . . . where Mount Carmel students have purchased SCHOOL SUPPLIES for a generation POLLYANNA NATURAL BRIDGE PLAY Po1sE RED cnoss Miller Bros. Shoe Store Shoes for i'he Entire Family 22 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel NUN N -BUSH FREEMAN Compliments of Clover I-lose Company HARDWARE Merchants 27 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 374 O ll El' EO OU J h W cl pas SAR gratify: SEIQILI Electrical Contractors 16 WEST FIFTH ST. PHONE 540 HOTPOINT Ranges Water Heaters Deep Freezers Disposalls Dish Washers Refrigerators Washers Cabinets and Sinks Ironers Clothes Dryers Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '50 REA gl DERICK We Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions Expert Truss Fitting Headquarters for Elastic Goods, Stockings and Abdominal Supporters "ALWAYS THE BEST" Louis Grossman ODS A. Rockefeller Co. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 190 Best Wishes to the Class of 1950 PETE'S CLOTHES SHOP Pete Mehok Winnie Callaghy NorTh's Jewelry Store A good place to buy a WATCH 108 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel King Music House EVERYTHING MUSICAL 24 North Oak St., Mount Carmel Phone 1110 llllNLllll'S For Men- FLORSHEIM JARMAN FORTUNE Mount Carmel's I ...Galle hers Foremost Q Ladies' Wearing Apparel SIWUG STQVS Store For Women- 139 soUTH oAK STREET SELBY TWEEDIE Phone 583 FLORSHEIM Compliments of Reed's Dairy Store 9-11 South Oak Street Mount Carmel J. J. CHAPMAN, Proprietor George N. Kersterrer JEWELRY DIAMONDS GIFTS 16 EAST FIFTH STREET Mount Carmel Good Luck To You All! Willard A. Rorlwermel Amis Funeral Home Dress Shop 120-122 SOUTH MARKET STREET Telephone 535 210 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 1170 HSATISFIED SERVICE" I Bl S Compliments of Famousfof GCLD STAR MOTHERS Tl'lARP'S ICE CREAM AMERICAN l.EGlON AUXILIARY East Fifth Street Mount Carmel Compliments of GE-l'RlCl-l'S Light Lunch 1? N- -2 Third and Maple Streets Phone 9787 Albertini Motor Co BUICK PONTIAC Cars-CH EVROLET-Trucks Complete Automotive Service Dealers in Guaranteed Quality Used Cars 218-224 WEST THIRD STREET Phone 116 Best Wishes tor the Class ol '50 Pe-nman's Plumbing 141 West Third Street . . . Phone 141 Charles I-l. Reitz Attorney-at-Law 11 West Third Street Mount Carmel THE PEN'NSYLVANIA PLAN Join today with !l51.00g be eligible to win 565.00 this Saturday. A new type Club exclusively at P. A. Stiet 81 Sons Outfitter to Men and Boys 9-13 NORTH OAK STREET The Mount Carmel ltem extends congratulations and best wishes to the Class ol '50 REO TRUCKS AND Bussss W. C. l-lack gl Sons Dependable HARDWARE General Electric and Philco n . I Appliances V I s I nta I n er R E O S A L E S 8 NORTH OAK STREET ATLAS, PA. Mount Carmel YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE AT 2211" KatCh's Furniture Store 224 BOLSTRUM TIRE SERVICE Fifth and Spruce Streets Phone 189 REINER BROS. Lumbar, M illfwork, Glam, Paint Hardware SOUTH OAK STREET 428 South Market Street Mount Carmel Phone 822 Compliments of MARY RAFAELI Ask For Food To Take Out 30 North Vine Street Phone 1023-M STAR LANE HOSIERY DR. W. A. SNYDER Optometrist E. J. BROSIUS SERVICE STORE Goodyear Distributor 146 South Oak Street Mount Carmel Compliments of H. J. PQWIS MARY AYRES BEAUTY sl-loP'PE Sisn SHOP 225 VVest Avenue 1 16 South Hickory Street Phone 543 Phone 198 Compliments of CORTEI.I.'INI SHOE SERVICE Mount Carmel R. GUINAN 8. COMPANY Stores at MOUNT CARMEL MAHANOY CITY SHAMOKIN NEW YORK SHOE SHINE and HAT CLEANING PARLOR 36 South Oak Street POPULAR FINANCE CO., Inc Guarantee Trust Bldg. Phone 1144 S. A. REIMERT Manager A. V. MISCAVIGE All Forms of Insurance Notary Public 4 North Oak Street POTTS BROS. HODRICK'S APPLIANCE CENTRE Philco Radio-Television Refrigerators FIFTH AND OAK STREETS 'Elle C5ift 5131111 George D. Miller Cardr and Giftf for all occarzom Blagazlner 15 West Third Street PARRY'S Meats, Poultry and Groceries 123 North Oak Street Phone 5 P RCA Victor ' Stromberg-Carlson Radios ' Zenith Radios ' Kelvinator Refrigerators CONNAGHAN'S MUSIC STORE 26 North Oak Street SCHELL'S FLOWER SHOP Corsagas Our Specialty FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE 208 South Oak Street Phone 564 NE'SBITT'S CUT RATE MOUNT CARMEL'S ORIGINAL CUT RATE I Fourth and Oak Streets HOSIERY MILL STORE Complete Line of Ladies' Children's Men's W adding St Portrait Plzotograplzrws' VICTORIA STUDIOS ' ' SHAMOKIN MoUNT CARMEL 22 EAST FOURTH STREET Phone 624 VALLlSH'S F ine F urniture, F uri, Shoes MOUNT CARMEL COHE'N'S Wallpaper, Paints, Stove Repairs Mount Carmel A. LUCAS Compliments of tributor WORKMEWS SUPPLY co' 427 East Fifth Street Phone 4-22 HELEN B. LYON'S General INSURANCE Guarantee Trust Building Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE Compliments of H. O. MOS'ER Succex: to the Clan of '5 0 O BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street VICTORIA AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISES Inc. W. H. YODER AII Forms of Insurance 27 East Second Street Mount Carmel CITY APPLIANCE CO. Maytag Sales-Service 44 West Third Street Phone 1 l05 Compliments of MICHAEL MILO Compliments of SMART DRESS SHOP Compliments of The B. 8. M. ELECTRIC SHOP HOROWITZ Compliments of lO7 South Oak Street THE HAT BOX for Better Graduation Gifts Kathryn Veith, Manager ITEM is 2 W-ff Wmwwmvi X203 ef' MMff'jfiAM,,WQfWM Niiwigxgflf' 'J ' 'YM PM xfy Q9 X kfwigpjdyiuwwig fff JZ! 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