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

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Memories ot our school Friends, teachers, and good times may be misplaced in the black book ot liorgettulnessg in order to retain these important thoughts, we give you this our year- book, with its pictured accounts ol: our high school lite. ln the Future, it, as you page through this book, you recall the high-lights ol: school days, the work and time spent on the preparation ot this yearbook will not have been in vain. May your Future be bright, and all your plans suc- cessliul, and always remember '5l. I-N1-xr xr'xf xr xr Nr XI xr xr xr N MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON MR. GLENN F. MENGES I I SS JOHNSON AND MR. MENGES 11 Db mil . M fail ' I F givin! We of the Senior Class wish to express our gratitude and sincere thanks for the unfailing efforts and tireless devotion of Miss Johnson and Mr. Menges to the affairs of the class of ,5l. As a small gesture of our appreciation, we dedicate this issue of the yearbook, the 1951 Carmelite, to them. They have made our short stay in senior high school both enjoyable and profitable. Thank you for your guidance and cooperation during our high school career. ,-ml'S".Q1l1q.s N Qs-AKQQQ Q Q 'fi 'rf' v,' .P S, -'.- V '55 K' V 1 Q - 5 1' 'r ' 0 .-' 'O ,C 3: P I I 9 7 1 f L' 'III xxy,yxvX,X,XQkY X ' W WN X M 1 2 XY XXNA x sw mx xx-L ' 11 3 X X X nh W- x I glam Qx , n xg 'E - : : : 1 5 :EHR 'EE XXX NOX Z gggiigi Nw ', i : E XM X A A 2 E pl W vb .. E E E X wg? --was My W XF 'J ,U M E ,f f! F 6' f! ' W f I N, 'XV " 'VVI f " 1 ' X CWI , 'j P ff W y f Nmfr- f .' fr J" Yiwu' f If U L' X M' ry , 1 W f 'MV ' Y! x mxl f i ' M 7 :SA 5 ' in sxou' 142 K w 4. ---, -1W2g'6 A ' - V H? Lv 1 162 1 , Xgxa ,- f Tl? ri K .- if gf? f -W "fx 4 Zigi 9 ' 4, fc, 1 in x -:QZQKX g .X ' ' -1 'QPR 0. 0,0 l". DIOIIIN ss x,,,w-v Yl..',. 'WSW ,' ' Hy-,.,,Hff,.r, 'll Whliilliillliiiif' f, 'tn ull Slklxpli 1'?.i in 'v..:'.. JJJJJ 'f:lq 'ugh Ju "'141q 11 lr' i Zend af 2 ' Seated, Left to Righti- Mr. Adolph Guzevich. Treasurer: Mr. Frank Kaminski. Secretary: Mr. John Olshefski. President: Mr. Al Zelinski. Vice President. Stfuzdiny - Mr. Gerald A. Beierschmitt. Superintendent of Schools Mr. Charles M. Menapace, Solicitor: Mr. Joseph Patrick. Mr. Michael Pachuta, Mr. J. Walter Penman. wp.. game ,4. eeatlcamz Superintendent of Schools A. B. Cnllege nf the Holy Cross A. M. Bucknell Univeisity 7a :de Foam! of Sdacatdon and Wh. gedefzcclmcfta' We, the class of '51, wish to extend our sincere thanks for the help and consideration they have given us in all we did. They have helped our high school days to be a success in every sense of the Word. Our appreciation is unlimited now, and will continue to be in the years to come. '74-Wffff First Row. Lv!! tn Rigfhl - Hclcn A. Carroll. Edna G. Olshcfski. Regina G. Shovlln Mary R, Mayan. Catherine M. Scicchitano, Kathryn E Billman. Elizabeth Howard. Ramcna S. Cecil. Svcmzd Run'- Jsst-ph W. Kcmlouski. Charles A. Bnleskc. Edna M. Rowe. Arla D. Bahncr. Marie G. McCarthy, Nellie E. Johnson Joseph Pa:-:lccx ich. Michael A. Terry, l'liir'1I Rua-- Walter S, Chesney, Jacob P, Sebastian, Timothy E. Barnes. , gf Harry W. Boyer. Frank S. Bartos. Vincent VV. McHail, m' W' we ad Principal: Gerald R. Breslin, Glenn F. Mcngcs. Principal of Senior High School A. B, Bucknell University A. M. Bucknell University 74 Wh, Wicgfail and tie ?aaaltg We, the class of '51, wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and most sincere gratitude to Mr. McHail, our able and competent principal, and to the faculty, whose able direction and unselfish help have given us a more mature outlook on life. We appreciate their patience, their encouragement, and their guidance in all school affairs, both in studies and in extra-curricu- lar activities. Again, our thanks. Semin H444 ,-ifdadwza MISS NELLIE E. JOHNSON MR. GLENN F. MENGES I P "l.aunclwed, C ass 0135! ' 2?-.f" but not anchored Sen6afa6Z4e40ffiww R. VARANO R. CASER F. SHARER J. SHIKO President Vice P d t S t y Treasurer CLASS OE NINETEEN HUNDRED FIETY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL x zy Jx fx 1x xx xx 1x-1x-fx-fx 1x fx-xx-1x xx-fx fx-1x fx fx 1x fx fx fx fx 1 FERDINAND V. ALCHIMOWICZ ..Fm,dy.. VocAr1oNAi. MACHINE Si-tor Class sleeper --seldom heard -shop worker -curly brown hair 'Track 1. FRANCES R. ANDREANO "Fran" GENERAL Conscientious student --neat hair do -sincere -sense of humor Spotlight and IXL Reporter 3: Student Council 2, 3: Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 3: Girls' Volley Ba 3: irls' Glee Club 2. 3: Pinoclie ub Dancing Club 1. 2, 3: Physio 3. Y U . ANDIEWLEVICH -.L un 7 ACA 1 P c Srl c plis dvocalist umm -temp amental ee e er 3: Student Council 1: T el ow , 2: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, . Gi ' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee lu 1, 2, 3: Dramatic b 1, 2, 3: Da ing Club 1: Physics : Gi ' H' ng Club 3. of oj v IA L. D:lEW X .. my ,.. 0 F Ho coNo I uns: P er tidy -future Wave -excellent penmanship Concession Stand 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 1, 2: Social Etiquette Club 1, 2: Camera Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3. STELLA L. ANDRUKANIS "Stell" GENERAL Cheerful and friendly -neat sport -dutiful -helpful Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 2: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN L. ANESCHECK "Ditch" mi . ir shy -TCSQTUQ If-nt icp sique -sport nthusiast Var' it o tball qua Team 2, 3: . Fo a a Team 1: Var 'ty Bas a Team , 3: J. V. Ba etball T m 1: Baseball 2: Letter Men's Club ALEX C. BACKUS "Bakie" ACADEMIC Collegiate dresser --lets loose on the clarinet and sax -co-operative Band 1, 2, 3: Drum Major 3: Spot- light Reporter 2, 3: IXL Reporter 3, Yearbook Advertising Staff 3: Varsity Basketball Team 3: J. V. Basketball Team 1, 2: Baseball 2, 3: Hall Patrol 3, Talent Show 1, 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1. 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 3: Pinochle Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 2: Recreation Club 3. Masque and Gavel 3. FLORENCE M. BALENT ..Flo,. GENERAL Studious -beautiful complexion -seldom seen after school hours -accomplished pianist Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 1 2. - . ' .lf ' - ' xv' B IK." ' L .' L :I i. g Y d v A , K- I u .A - lg , 1, ' . t ' f I Lv ' u ..' Lx' ' WILLIAM J. BEAVER "Beaver" GENERAL Mischievous -excellent drummer -enjoys everything but study -ruddy complexion Band 1: Spotlight and IXL Artist 1, 2: Varsity Football Squad and Team 2, 3: J. V. Football Squad and Team 1: J. V. Basketball Team l: Track 1. 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club 3: Letter Men's Club 2: Camera Club 1. 2, 3: Physics Club 3: Recreation Club 3. DONALD J. BECKER ..Beck,. VOCATIONAL MACHINE SI-Io? "Happy-go-lucky" -inclined to exaggerate -likes to tease -enjoys loajing Band 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 1. 2: Boys Volley Ball 1, 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 3: Recreation Club 3. LILLIAN G. BELKOSKI ..Beu.. COMMERCIAL Winning smile -tall and attractive -addicted to ear-rings -excellent typist Spotlight and IXL Artist and Typist 3: Yearbook Sales Committee 1, 23 Girls' Basketball 1, 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Dancing Club l, 3: Quill and Scroll 3. ROBERT L. BERKHEISER "Berk" GENERAL Capable worker -friendly -kind and con ate -tendency to dream J. V. Basketball Team 1: Camera Club 2, 3. HENRY J. BERNATOVICI-I "M ustard" Vocixrxormi. CARPENTRY Girl-shy -comical -hard-to-understand -- never seen studying Student Council 1: Pinochle Club 1, Recreation Club 3. KENNETH E. BLOOM "Ken" VOCATXONAL CARPENTRY Keeps to himself --complaisant -affable -fair Recreation Club 3. JOANNE E. BOWERS ..-,ebb ACADEMIC Co-operative -moody -independent -favors class of '52 Cheer Leader 3: Spotlight Reporter 2. 3: IXL Reporter 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Vol- ley Ball 1. 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 33 Pinochle Club 2: Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3: Dancing Club 1, 3: Library Club 3: Physics Club 33 Girls' Hiking Club 3g Recreation Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Masque and Gavel 3. CHARLOTTE R. BRASSINGTON ' ' Charlie' ' GENERAL Charitable nature -flawless complexion -good sport -reliable Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 23 Girls' Glee Club l. 2. 3: Dancing Club 2, 34 Camera Club l. 2: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3. Ri-:YN LD!yi.Fggs,F,e.J' 174-18? 9-i ,. ,-. M13 'hgryggmtoaer Hanolsf e aggtbv- Tdvu, -odd gait -"terrific" tornado Varsity Football Squad 1. 2. 3: Team 2. 33 J. V. Football Squad and Team lg Baseball 2. 3: Student Council 2: Class Vice President 2, 3: Pinochle Club ll Letter Men's Club 2: Physics Club 3: Recreation Club 3. 7 ' f of A .iosavii ci-iL.BAriiU" O' 'N s"t!vA'l'Jbe Bala"i"" xi Rfocxrxo laeanifianrnv Bloxnd ii-,V I yes I ' ly ue thas , ular J Varsity F tball Squad d Team 2. 3: J. V. Football Squad a Team 1: J. V. Basketbfll Team 11 Le ter Men's Club 2: Hunt ng and Fishing Club 1: Recreation Club 3. EDWARD J. CHAPMAN "Sledge" VocA'rioNAL CARPENTRY Tall and lanky -cynical -pest -likes corn-on-cob Varsity Football Squad 2, 3. 1 .1 .1 'nv' EMILY V. CHUCOSKI -'M-ot, ' GENEHAL Tiny -"whiz" at basketball -quiet -co-operative Captain Girls' Basketball 3: Girls Volley Ball 3: Camera Club 3: Physics Club 3. x fx Jx zx Jx fx 1x fx 1x-fx-fx-1x-Jx fx xx fx 1x 1x 1x fx fx fx 1x jx 1x 1x 1 CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED EIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL xzx fx fx fx 1x1x 1x1x 1x 1x 1x 1x x fx fx zx fx Jx jx 1x 1x-1x-1x-fx-1x fx 1 MICHAEL CILLO "Mike" VOCATIDNAL MAC:-ima Snoe Handsome -black curly hair -leinperamenlal -haunts M. O. C. 2 'galent Show 1: Boys' Volley Ball 1, DOLORES E. COBELIS "Dee" COMMERCIAL Conscientious -sense of humor -neat dresser -helpful Spotlight and IXL Typist 3: Conces- sion Stand 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Danc- ing Club 1: Recreation Club 3. LLOYD T. COHOON "Colman" GENERAL Marmerly -co-operative -reliable -Miss Cm'roll's right hand Spotlight and IXL Typist 3: Mimeo- grapher 3: Yearbook Typist 3: Hall Patrol 3: Student Council 3: Pinochle Club 2: Recreation Club 3: The Golden Key 3: Quill and Scroll 3. DANTE F. CORONITI ' ' Wedge' ' VOCATIONAL CARP!-:NTRY Ardent worker BERTRAM G. DAVIS "Twee-Twee" VocA'rxoN.-u. CARPENTRY Blushes easily -curly blond hair -good dancer - -tease Dancing Club 2, 3. 4TH Al. Mxaos 9 JW l 95? Antmb it 1:1 " YL A DEMIC 5 .J Frfiendly ' 'XL' -play boy I U --tormcntor -instigator Cross-Country 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Pinochle Club l, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Physics Club 3: Recreation Club 3. THERESA G. DOMANSKI "Theres" CoMMi:ncnu. Quiet -friendly -helpful -sincere Spotlight and IXL Typist 3: Conces- sion Stand 3: Recreation Cl b . - 0 0 'Msien Ll encim. C ?3: . DORKOSKI o Pe elect 'ard obe - ar"n pi -amicable vp ab -srljaigilstocky heer aliljr , Y rbook Literary taii' 3' t e ouncil 1: Talent Spotlight Mimeographer 1, 2, 3. S W i'c 26151 3. lganiigg glues ra ci , 'r' ' Hiking Club sf reatio lub 3. S BENJAMIN V. DALL fx, ' ,4 ,,Ben,, lv ru' Rteioovl. , AcAni-:Mxc ENERAL Studious -droll personality df , -polite xj -apo enthusia -ternperamental - mom 4 Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: IXL Rep t- , er 3: Hall Patrol 3: Class Photograp S 1 nd I Report 33 Year' 3: Pinochle Club 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 2: Physics Club 3, Re- creation Club 3: National Honor S0- ciety 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3. l 2. 32 Hall Patrol 3: Boys' Voll all 2, 3: Pinochle Club 1: Dra tic Club 1: Dancing Cxab 3: Camer Club 2: Re- creation Q b 3. , 4 l 1 l 1 My a A si sf 'T 'r .1 Q .' vw ,IQ i W Y Lrf I V24 sr: 'X JEAN A. ERNEQI ' 5 W 43 ..E,me.. t 3 K IF .5 x ' .. ri My ' I XT Gaim-:A ' 1 ,At 1. . I Vi tfactiige eyes 1 ', ' if--rad ant ,Xu l 1-I3-coquette L' LX ' ' -jrolicsorne Cheer LeLder 35 Talent Show 1, 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3: Captain 1, 25 Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Danc- ing Club 1, 2, 3: Social Etiquette Club 1, . RAYMO GLESS HRH U CATIONAL CARPENTRY Twinklin e s -arg nta ive -fri ' -drives "Chevie" Recre tion Club 3. RAYMOND A. GLOWACKI ilnaveii VocA'rxoN,u. CARPENTRY Quiet -baseball enthusiast -unconcerned -moody J. V. Football Team 15 J. V. Basket- ball Team 15 Baseball 2, 35 Boys' V01- ley Ball 2. JULIET L. GRECO "Julie" Commimcrm. Amicable -capable -alert -pearly white teeth Majorette 35 Carmelite Weekly Editor 35 Reporter 35 Spotlight Reporter 2. 3: Typist 35 IXL Editor 35 Reporter 35 Typist 35 Yearbook Typist 35 Talent Show 1, 25 Girls' Basketball 2. 35 Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 1. 25 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 Recrea- tion Club 35 The Golden Key 35 Quill and Scroll 3. LAWRENCE M. GRIBBIN ..NO0k.. VocArroNAx. MACHINE SHOP Tall and lanky -slow grin -school shy -soft spoken J. V. Football Squad and Team 15 J. V. Basketball Team 15 Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Rifle Club 15 Recreation Club 3. VOCATIONAL Ac!-IINE SHOP Speedster -11 nassuming -likeable -,flashing smile Varsity Football Squad 2, 35 J. V. Football Team 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Recreation Club 3. RAYMOND E. HARBOLD "Red" VOCATIDNAL CARP!-:Nnw Mysterious -ready to help -unpretentious -blushes easily Athletic Manager 1, 2. 35 Pinochle Club 25 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 25 Recreation Club 3 Qiuwl, AAA+ W RAYMOND G. HATRACK " Chick" GENERAL Boisterous -witty -friendly -indiferent Boys' Volley Ball 25 Pinochle Club 25 Physics Club 35 Recreation Club 3. , Y V ' 1 l :J Iv Vo AUM NE H . lyitty J Y ,S -iyliade j-contagious la h -lanky Athletic Manager 1, 2, 35 Boys' Vol- ley Ball 1, 25 Pinochle Club 25 Dancing Club 2, 35 Recreation Club 3. CARL A. HORSFIELD "Poosie" Grznizmu. Droll -small of stature -distinctive gait -easy going Spotlight and IXL Mimeographer 1, 25 Athletic Manager 1, 25 Pinochle Club 25 Dancing Club 35 Physics Club 35 Recreation Club 3. 1x 1x 1x fx 1x JC-lx-fx lx 1x 1x fx-1x 1x 1x'1x-1x 1x-1x-lx 1x fx fx 1x fx 1 CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL xv! xv1 x 1 C-1 C 1x-1x-1x 1x-zxvzx 1x 1x-fx-fx xx-1x fx 1x-1x 1x zx 1x 1x 1x ix 1 WALTER J. HYNOSKI "Champ " AcAnEMxc Athletic -extensive wardrobe -witty -b rusque Varsity Football Squad 1: Varsity Football Team 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Letter Men's Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 2: Physics Club 3. RICHARD J. JAGLOSKI ...Iago VOCATIONAL MACHINE: Sl-Io? Quiet -one of the shop gang -drives a Plymouth --reserved Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Re- creation Club 3. LOUISE C. JUSTIN "Lou" ' Ackuezvnc Moody -dramatic -attractive -talks with her hands Cheer Leader 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: Student Council 2. 3: Concession Stand 2: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Bas- ketball 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Masque and Gavel 3. EDWARD J. KARASEVICH "Eddie" ACADEMIC Restless -tall and lanky -class sleeper -droll Band 1, 2, 3: Cross-Country 1: Track 1: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Pinochle Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 3: Recreation Club 3. DONNA L. KARPINSKI ..Km.pi.. GENERAL Melancholy -boisterous -indifferent -unusual coiffure Spotlight and IXL Typist 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3: Dancing Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. 80 f KARYCKI . ary n .. . 3 AL X et -eve tem f -. i conscie ' s Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: Concession Stand 2, 3: Dancing Club l, 2, 3. ROSE ARY A. KARYCK! PL! "Rosie" w I Nice t ow ' J - tancous lzfuglgg t 1 t s ' ent Car elite Weekl R orter : ot- light xc ge itor 3: R r , 3: I rte : Y ' ary St e n , 3: Girls' Ba al 3: rlslv olley Ball 2, : Gir s' Gl Cl 1, 2, 3: ra Club 2 3 Da in Club cial Etiquet Plgsi Club 3: Girls' Hi lub 3: at al Honor Society : Masque and Ga el 3: Quill and Scr 3. , O I 71611 'LUOTTZCS Gavel MARY ELLEN KELLER "Skel ler" COM MLRCIAL Works at Reed's --faithful to Wayne -amiable -conscientious Majorette 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, Typist 3: IXL Artist 3: Typist 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 2: Girls' Volley Ball 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Chemistry Club 3: Recr tion Club 3. K la. 45 EPH A. L bv sw' GENERAL Cv Q Inginntiv ' -obliging -mus' ly talented - ial Hall Patrol 3: Student Council 2, 3: Talent Show 1: Class Vice President 1: Pinochle Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, ' 2, 3: Recreation Club 3. EDWARD F. KIZEL "Chizel" V'0CATIONAL MACHINE Si-ion Crooner -idler -Casanova -addicted to crew cuts Talent Show 1. 25 Boys' Volley Ball 1. 2, 35 Dancing Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. PAUL KOBI "Skobi" VOCATIONAL CARPEN1-nv Bashjul -slow gait -seldom heard -nonchalant DONALD F. KOBILIS "Richie" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY "Ranging" -efficient -sly sense of humor -sharp-featured Boys' Volley Ball 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Recreation Club 3, CYNTHIA A. LANGIS ucyn-, GENERAL Lung eyelashes -loquacious -vivacious -chic wardrobe Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3: Spot- light Reporter 3: XXL Reporter 3: Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Girls' Vol- ley Ball 2: Girls' Glee Club 2. 3: Dra- matic Club 2. 3: Camera Club 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Recreation Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3. PAUL P. LAPINSKI EDWARD W. LAVISH Hong., VocA'r1oN.-ii. MACHINE Si-lor Amusing -impish -indifferent to studies -original Student Council 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1. 2, 3: Dancing Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. J. RUSSELL LINDENMUTH .. Russ., VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Pugnacious -lounger -school shy -one of the shop "gang" J. V. Football Squad and Team 1: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 1, 2. DOROTHY A. LUCZKOSKI "Dot" GENERAL Good student --capable -enjoys dancing -straightforward Spotlight and XXL Typist 3: Girls' Basketball 1, 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 1. 25 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 The Golden Key 3. MARY ANN T. LUPTOWSKI "Shorty" GENERAL Giggler --animated -petite -dimpled smile Concession Stand 35 Girls' Basketball 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 35 Dancing Club 1. 2, 3: Camera Club 1: Recreation Club 3. ..L0 .. P LEO J. MAKowsK1 AcAm:ivuc "Mako" Jocfgmgent VocA'rxoNAL CARPENTRY -teachers' "pest" -elaborate gestures Reizziienter Yearbook Sports Editor 3: Hall -qfsfaliggfred Patrol 3: Student Council 1: Talent Show 1, 2: Pinochle Club 2: Dramatic - Club 1, 2, ag Rifle club ig Physics Recmatlon Club 3' Club 3: Recreation Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. x Jx 1x 1 C Jx 1x-1 xv1x-1 X-1xv1x-1x-4x-JCWJL1 X-1xv1 C-4x-1x-1x-1x zx 1x 1 C 1x 1 CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF NINETEE N.DVgg,l5 NT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCI-IDOL g gg fx fx rg 1 xvzxf x4x1 ix 1x 1x1x 1g1x 1x 1x Jx xx 1x 1x 1 P' S Y Lx MAL airy acLuvn I Q . JI CLARE M. MEDALIS G L "Cla1e" C GENERAL - ac nit cream. complexion outspoken slllmfal -always making humorous remarks Cheer Leader 3: Yearbook Sales Committee 1, 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Class Treasurer 1: Girls' Volley Ball 1: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Camera Club 2, 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Recreation Club 3. JAMES G. MARQUETTE , ,Lg La? c... ,ww 4 G ERAL a Alw Js w'th "P y" - -go - t sci' 9 quiet Varsity Football Squad : Varsity Football Team 3: Varsity asketball Team 2, 3: J. V. Basketball Team 1: Talent Show 1: Class Secretary 1: Boys' Volley Ball 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Camera Club 2, 3: Recieation Club 3. PAUL W. MATULEWICZ "Mooney " VocA'noNAL CARP:-:NTRY Blue eyes -friendly grin -dimpled cheeks -congenial Varsity Football Squad 2, 3: J. V. Football Squad 1: Boys' Volley Ball 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Recrea- tion Club 3. MARSHALL J. MAZARI ' ' Fuzzy ' ' GENERAL Laughs at his own jokes -carries the flag -hot tempered -witty Band 3: J. V. Football Squad and Team 1: Talent Show 2: Boys' Glee Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3: Recrea- tion Club 3, A. VINCENT MCGEE "Fibbe'r" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Easy going --lzoisterous -prankster -frank Junior Varsity Football Squad 1. -hails from Sunbury Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Pinochle Club 2: Drama- tic Club 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Recreation Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3 C OS "Te ' MERCIA Stu ' nassu n -sel Q udf on S tlight and IXL Typist 3: Student Council 1: Talent Show 1: Dancing Club 2: Recreation Club 3: The Golden Key 3: Quill and Scroll 3. THOMAS A. MOLESKI ' ' Mo icy" GENERAL Sltarpsiiooter -talkative -jocose -sense of humor Band 2: Cross-Country 3: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1: Pinochle Club l, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Recreation Club 3: Masque and Gavel 3. ELEANOR R. MOSER "Cotton" GENERAL Quiet -always with "Barley" -conscientious -seldom heard Social Etiquette Club 1: Camera Club 2, 3: Recreation Clu 3. s .141 - O ANN MOUERY "Shorty" CoMMERcIAL "Pint size" -shy -vocalist -reserved Carmelite Weekly Typist 3: Spotlight Reporter 2: Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 3: Cap- tain 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 3: Recreation Club 3. 0 7 v 3 i 2? l. A RICIA A. NABJISIQTE . O s itzon -car ' - ' ' . tsyn ACAD merry uaci Cheer 1- C ' li 2 3: XL ' - A ' '- A ' , 3 .., gm , I W r r 3, nt , 25 ir - . - all f ai 35 Gir . Q'-' Ball 1, I' ls' Glee Club , 2, 35 Pinochle I - . Drama- tic Club 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 Library Club 35 Camera Club 15 .3 Q Physics Club 35 Girls' Hiking Club 35 ' Recreation Club 35 Masque and Gavel 3. R CHARLES H. NOLL "Charlie" GENERAL Efficient -willing to work -attentive -friendly Band 1, 2. 35 Spotlight Typist 35 Mimeographer 35 IXL Typist 35 Mimeo- grapher 35 Cross-Country 35 Hall Pa- trol 35 Boys' Volley Ball 15 Pinochle Club 1, 25 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Danc- ing Club 35 Rifle Clu 15 Recreation Club 3 miriiff VRUW kEQbARD J.LbsosK1E ..C Men V cA'r1oNA cami: SHOP M schi s -b ' erous --ludicrous -brusque Pinochle Club 1, 25 Dancing Club 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Re- creation Club 3. RAYMOND H. OSTROSKI ..Ray,, VocA'r1oNAx. CARPENTRY An ardent reader -- -reticent -one ofthe "gang" -softball enthusiast Baseball 35 Boys' Volley Ball lr Hunting and Fishing Club 15 Recrea- GEORGE A. PALMER "Jackman" ACADEMIC Light curly hair -ardent sports fan -good sense of humor -unusual gait Band 35 Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Cross-Country 25 Track 25 Hall Patrol 35 Student Council 35 Talent Show 25 Boys' Volley Ball 25 Boys' Glee Club 3: Pinochle Club 25 Dramatic Club 35 Physics Club 35 Recreation Club 3. LORRAINE E. PARAZINSKI ' ' Lorrie' ' GENERAL Quiet -dry humor -dance jan -nonchalant Carmelite Weekly Typist 35 Girls' Volley Ball 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 15 Dancing Club 1, 2, 35 Recreation Club 3. ifii2"f eldo een - scientious -Miss Olalaefskfs helper Spo t Reporter 35 Concession Stand 3 Dancing Club 15 Library Club 2, 35 So ial Etiquette Club 15 Recrea- tion Club 3. G GE Tal N eat hair ular -faithful -attracted to junior girl Io HT . PERL . tw Vai sity Football Squad 2. 3: Varsity Football Team 3: J. V. Football Squad and Team 15 Student Council 15 tion Club 3, Talent Show 1, 25 Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 25 Physics Club 35 Recreation Club 3. L PA R ' M. ELAINE POPE "Jan "Elaine" I nEMIc 0 CIA!- ..h TDOCI? Temp ntal 'Q -b easil 1 'i 7-2 t sp en -9 d - C ' ur a ckl ette elite "- yp- M j0l'eite pOt1l 1 3 IXL ' 5 Ta t Sh 1, irl ' ask -' Typist 35 Stu t C cil 2 i Pissi- all sGi Vo y l, ' dent 35 Talent S ' ir s' as- . , - ,me f YG? ketball 2, ag G' Vo an 1, 2, 35 Club -... . c .. Q Girls' Glee b 1 , Pinochle . 1 ciu 1: ' "Q Club 2: 1, ,'3: Girls' r 'I ,iff Girl C b, 35 - - n Hiking b . REG lla Cl b 3: 7 t Club 3. ' Q 'll d Sc T o el y 3. I I X 1x 1x lx 1x zx 1x 1x xx 1x xx 1x 1x 1x-fx-J W - -1x-1x-fx fx lx 1x JC 4 CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMELSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL E. MARIE POSIPANKO "Marte" GENERAL Neat -rcse rved -droll -indi19'e're1lt Z, Yearbook Sales Committee 1: Girls' t Basketball 2' Ca tain 2' Camera Club ef r P r 2: Girls' Hiking Club 3. 'sa O C. f "Paw ENERA 1 Inq siti -ha tat ' - e 1 In o ord ' tall J. V. Footbal Squad a d Team 1: J. V. Basketbal Team 1: Hall Patrol 3: Recreation C b 3. JOY H ' MARGARET E. RAGALYI "J "Margie" V 0 ERA!! GENERAL X Chr , 0 Garrulous V9 9. , . -sports enthusiast , ' Silk, S SC -' ' -jacetiotis , ld - ' 2517071 'Jamal W fl 3: - - elite 'l ly Typ- Cheer Leader ag Cnrmelite We ly - lg 8, , u - ' ' S'BHS1fefg Reporter 3: Typist 3: Talent Show 1 5 ba 5 G lle 1, 2, 3- ls , Girls' Basketball 2, ag Girls' ll- G1 - I 111 21 , gall 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee ub , f l g D Et, lui Cl gnl 2 Ugnflmi 1' C1 b 2, 34 c , , mu u . . i Pligvgqgsualull: 3: Girls? tfu .- Club 1, 2: . - ics Club ag G S' Hllr- gt Recreation C1 35 Qui sc,-0 N ing lu ecreatlon Club 3: Masque RR 1 Y I and el N 1 ,. JOA , R NE O FRANK E. SHARER 'Joa ie ' T 1 S 8 .P ' .ip x . 0 . AQ Q-K: . sl L 1 B . '. tif Q ' Iii ptlhan l' Ty't gye- Ml b a y4S - 'Gir ' ske all 4 . : I l ' one ll l. . rls' 9 U . r 3' ' C 2. 3, f ra ub 3:xT e Club :Girls' ' H n lu I G 3 I : n Club 3: The STEPHEN E. RONEY "Tipper" VOCATIONAL MACHIN E SHOP .1 Small in stature ,K -newsboy -always smiling -ingenious Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3: Dancing Club 3: Recreation Club 3. DAVID F. RUBRIGHT "M ike" VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP Jet black hair -temperamental -indifferent to school -mysterious Club 1, 2 Club 3. J ACQUELINE R. SHARER "Jacky" GENERAL Struts for "Hi" -petite -emotional -,friendly Drum Majorette 3: Carmelite Weekly Typist 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Bas- ketball 2: Girls' Glee Club 1: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Recreation Club 3. MARIAN E. SI-IEEHAN "Marian" GENERAL Meticulous -popular with the opposite sex -coquette -pleasing personality Cheer Leader 3: Concession Stand 2: Talent Show 1, 23 Girls' Basketball 3: Girls' Volley Ball 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Social Etiquette Club 1, 2: Camera Club 2: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Recrea- tion Club 3. yi, ' X L AA' d . lV?X EW. JOHN B. si-nko "0 11 ' 'X "Jake" ' Am:M!c D ' VocA'rIoNAL CARPENTRY 9 'mo c a Dreacls report card day -always on the move -heckles the girls -baseball fiend Spotlight and IXL Artist 1: J. V. Football Team 1: Varsity Basketball Team 2: J. V. Basketball Team 1: Baseball 2, 3: Student Ccuncil 2, 3: Talent Show 1: Class Treasurer 3: Boys' Volley Ball 2: Letter Men's Club 2: Recreatic7n Club 3. N, I AJOAN M IMMONS ' rn ' ! ocA'r Ho oNoMics Q lw seen i Janet latter in -jun ving refree ' ette : arb vertising St 3: Co ess St 2: Talent Sh 1 2: Girls' Basketb 2: Girls' Vol l 2: Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3: Pi lub 2: Social Etiquette Club 1. : era Club 1. 2: Girls' Hiking Club 3: ecreation Club 3. JESSIE ANN SINGLEY UJQSS., GENERAL Sports enthusiast -boisterous laugh -considerate -radiant personality Carmelite Weekly Editor 3: Reporter 2. 3: Typist 3: Spotlight Reporter 2, 3: IXL Editor 3: Reporter 2. 3: Yearbook Advertising Staff 3: Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1. 2: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 2. 3: Travel Club 1: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Chemistry Club 3: Recreation Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3:Masque and Gavel3. RUTH M. SLOTTERBACK "Ruthie" GENERAL Quiet -unassuming -ready grin -sincere Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1: Girls' Volley Ball 1. FRANCES R. SMIGEL "Fran" ACADEMIC Rapid speaker -sophisticated -ambitious -reliable Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2, 3: Spotlight Reporter 2. 3: IXL Reporter 1, 2. 3: Yearbook Advertising Staff 3: Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Basketball 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1. 2: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Assistant Assembly Pianist 3: Recrea- tion Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Quill and Scroll 3:Masque and Gavel3. yd! xl V 1 rsh! unfzszvfi s r Le Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3: Spotlight Editor 3: Re- porter 2, 3: IXL Reporter 3: Yearbook Editor-In-Chief 3: Concession Stand 2: Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Basketball 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club l. 2. 3: Dancing Club 2, 3: Travel Club 1: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Chemistry Club 3: Assembly Pianist 3: Recreation Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Masque and Gavel 3. GEORGE W. SOFRANEK "George" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Quiet -chronic tardiness -frank -Ponto's master LORRAINE E. SOKOL "Lorrainie" GENERAL Witty --"life of the party" -easily perturbed -beautiful blue eyes Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Weekly Typist 3: Spotlight and IXL Reporter 2. 3: Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Girls' Basketball 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3: Library Club 1: Camera Club 2, 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Chemis- try Club 3: Recreation Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Masque and Gavel 3. IRENE D. STABINSKI "Ginger" GENERAL Flirtations -hard to please --fiery temper -M,O.C. jan Girls' Volley Ball 2: Dancing Club l. 2, 3. GLORIA M. STRAWN "Strawnie" COMMERCIAL Cui cfree -copper locks -imaginative -amiable Majorette 3: Student Council 1, Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Basketball 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: IXL Re- porter 3. x 1x 1x 1x 1x fy-fx-fx-1x-fx-1x-Jx-1x xx-fx fx-fx xx 1x fx fx fx 1x fx fx 1x 1 CLASS OE NINETEEN HUNDRED EIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Y v yr 'CLASS OE NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL -1 C-1 C-1 xvz x-1 xvz X-1 xv1 X xv! YJ x-1 xv! x-1 xvz C-J x-1 JACQUELINE A. SULICK A "Jackie" Aclxnxziwic ,jlommy Well niannered -ardent reader GENi:nA -pensive -conscientious Excel nt Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3: Spot- 1lduS S ker light Reporter 2, 3: IXL Reporter 3: - -o ve Yearbook Literary Staff 3: Conces- sion Stand 3: Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Slwtlight d XL 351. 2: 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Library Club 1. 2. 3: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: National Honor Society 3: Masque and Gavel 3: Quill and Scroll 3, MARGARET A. SWABOSKI apeggyn Comiviencxm. M A pular Tallcative -artistic ability -jet black tresses -twirls for "Hi" Majorette 3: Spotlight and IXL Artist 3: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 2. 3: Social Etiquette Club 1: Camera Club 2, 3: Girls' Hik- ing Club 3: Recreation Club 3. DORIS E. SWARTZ "Swartzic" Comivicacmi. Loyal -quiet --seldom seen after' school -unassuming Concession Stand 3: Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3: Recreation Club 3. SYLVIA A. SWATSKI "Sylvia" VOCATIONAL Hoiwnc ECONOMICS Up to date on current problems -neat -conservative -artistic ability IXL Reporter 3: Concession Stand 2. 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3. ANNA V. TROYAN "Annie" GENERAL Basketball enthusiast --vitality plus --conservative -accomplished seamstress Spotlight and IXL Typist 3: Conces- sion Stand 3: Girls' Basketball 2, 3: Captain 2: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3: Quill and Scroll 3. Hall Patrol 3: Dancing Club 3: Cam- era Club 3: Recreation Club 3. O o -clean cut -good natured -ezverybodys friend Varsity Football Squad and Team 3, J. V. Football Squad and Team 1: Varsity Basketball Team 2, 3: J. V. Basketball Team l: Track 1: Talent Show 1, 2: Class President 2, 3: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2: Pinochle Club 2: Let- ter Men's Club 2: Physics Club 3: Re- creation Club 3. ROBERT L. WAGNER ..B0b,, VocA'r1oN.u. Mncums Si-lor Quiet -girl shy -mysterious -future machinist Rifle Club 1, ANNA MARIE S. WARSHESKI. "Anna Marie" GENERAL Moody -works at the "Vic" -neat -beautiful eyes Majorette 3: Concession Stand 2: Dancing Club 1: Social Etiquette Club 2: Girls' Hiking Club 3. HELEN T. WHITE "Jughead" GI-:N I F ers tent i c ew Q.. s 1 1 1 p ease L . I K U. 11, ' -ha .-I l' y U' ' lite 2 -and potl' e- por 1' ,J nc sion ' and : Sh .25 Gir ' .': , Girls Glee lu , , 3: Dr lub 2, 3 i . y O ub 2, 3: er Club 3: ' ic l ' s iking lb 3: A- -, J ' - : Masqu alld Ga L ' .0 5 xi K AD l rv ' J . ii wifi: C4 he xi " JEAN B. WILLIAMS "Jeannie" ACADEMIC Personality plus -shining countenance -contagious laugh -convincing Cheer Leader 3: Carmelite Weekly Editor 3: Reporter 1, 2, 3: Spotlight Editor 3: Reporter 2, 3: IXL Editor 3: Reporter 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Co-Editor 3: Student Council 1: Concession Stand 2: Talent Show 1. 2: Girls' Bas- ketball 1. 2, 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3: Dancing Club 3: Biology Club 1: Physics Club 3: Girls' Hiking Z-a STANLEY J. WYDRA "Karadlke" GENERAL Drives a "Tin-Lizzie" -has a way with the girls -prankster -Miss Rowe's pet peeve Track 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2. 3: Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 1, 2: Recrea- tion Club 3. 6. ,wp-1 ua... Club 3: Chemistry Club 2: National f I Honor Society 3: Quill an Scroll ' LJ .' WL' ' A Masque aw la, 'L -V I u Q K I W 9 '1STAN'LEY J. YAGODINEK1 'V LI A' rl.: inkyaggu iw,-of I 3 it! k 'aar" ". wil. 1 gg! A V , , GENERAL I f MM, - G N f i ,. , Tall andfginkg N-A, ' ' . h -corn or asanova n t on yang . . Tsguoconscious , f -i end' . I ul t -likes so dancu. U -' 1 I ' a ff Spotlight and IXL Artist 2: varsity d v St :hh '1 35 Football Squad 1. 2: Varsity Basket- ssee aa 2. Giglsi etrgilll 1, ball Team 3: Baseball 2, 3: Talent 3.G'ir1s'V ey Baul 2 Show 1. 2: Boys' Volley .Ball 1, 2: lee'C1ub 1. Dancing Ciulg Pinochle Club 2: Dancing Club 2, 3: ' Recreation Club 3. BERNADINE J. WOJCIK "Bernnie" GENERAL Quiet -always with Dolores -industrious -sincere Yearbook Sales Committee l: Con- cession Stand 3: Girls' Volley Ball 2. RENA M. WOLFGANG "Blondie" GENERAL Tall -hearty laugh -seldom seen after school -always writing letters Concession Stand 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1. 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Hiking Club 3. HONY J. WYDAN 3 "Tony" ACADEMIC Well-niannered -handsome -always teasing ' -loyal to his Buick Track 1. 2. 3: Hall Patrol 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2: Pin- cchle Club 2: Biology Club 1: Physics Club 3: Recreation Club 3. LYNN G. YEAGER " Gigie" GENERAL Friendly -tease -haunts Langis' -chronic absentee Student Council 1: Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2: Pinochle Club 1, 2. ALICE M YU J on - v 5 6X0 0'GE ff . P cheerle r thin w " is t ng ract'v d Che r er 3: Stu uncil 2: Girls' sketball 2. 3: Girls' Volley Ball 1, 2. 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: Pinochle Club 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 1, 2, 3: Social Eti- quette Club 1: Recreation Club 3. f.1T'if.Z"--ff-f CLAYTON E. ZAMBONI "Zamie" VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY Smooth dancer -a pest at times -outspoken -boisterous J. V. Football Team 1: Dancing Club 2: Recreation Club 3. x Jx 1x fy 1x Jx-fx-1xv1x-1x-fx-1x fx 1xvJx JC-lx-fy JC Jx xx-1x-yy 1x-fx fx 1 CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OE NINETEEN HUNDRED EIFTY-ONE, MOUNT CARMEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL x fx Jx-1x fx 1x fx-1x fx-jx fx 1x fx fx fx-fx fx lxvfxvfx-1x'1x'1x fx DOROTHY A. ZELEZ Social Etiquette Club 1. KENNETH J. ZIMMERMAN GENERAL -future agriculturist -indifferent to school work 3: Recreation Club 3 Shining blonde hnir UJQTTEIH -sincere Ig lp g Joined Navy September 18. 1950. f H Dramatic Club 1. 2: Talent Drum Majorette 3: Girls' Basketball SYYOW 1' 21 Glee Club 1- 2. 35 Girls' Volley Ball 1. 25 Girls' Glee Club 1. 23 Dancing Club 1. 2: Hall Patrol 35 Boys' Volley Ball 1, 2, G. GERALD BUTCHOCK i..22 ,a...f-- 66444 Sang-Om ?meaaeZl Tune: Our Lady of Fatima Dear classmates of fifty-one It's time to bid adieu, As we leave Mount Carmel High We give our parting view. Dear teachers who have shown us This bright and shining day, We pledge our love and offer you Our thanks in every Way. Each day we have spent in school We knew the time would come, That we would have to say good-bye When high-school days were done. So now that we will say farewell To all our friends at school, For we Will cherish high school days As we leave our thoughts with you -Joan Simmons -Janet Painter x-zx-1x 1x-xy 1x-fx-fx-1x 1x 1x 1x fc Colors-Sky Blue and Silver Flower-Blue Carnation C 5 D Motto-"Launched, but not anchored" 4 5 DI-N f'x f-X f'x I-X f'x I-N IAN f N r'x I X I-xi Semin Home ealendm Dance . , . ,.,. January 12, 1951 St. Patrick's Day Dance . , March 17, 1951 Skating Party , , .. ..,.. April 6, 1951 Class Day., . . .. .. ,May 25, 1951 Senior-Junior Prom . .. . , May 18 1951 Baccalaureate. . May 27 1951 Commencement .,.. ,. , May 29 1951 anion ,4dui4ew MR. MICHAEL A. TERRY MISS KATHRYN E. BILLMAN We, the class of '51, wish to bid farewell to the juniors, who have dis- tinguished themselves in senior high school by their outstanding school spirit and scholastic ability. We, in transferring our Mantle of Authority to their shoulders, know that they will carry on in the best way for the good of the school. Good luck to the class of '52. fandom M444 Qlefwzfaz Magazine Campaign Sept. 28-Oct. 16, 1950 Talent Show February 27, 28, 1951 Magazine Awards December 1, 1950 Skating Party May 4, 1951 Valentine Dance . February 2, 1951 Junior-Senior Prom May 18, 1951 anim 66444 Uffctema R. PERSING J. YATSKO L. KEHLER R. RAMAGE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer JUNIORS . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 201-MISS HOWARD C. Barnes, P. Cnnino, J. Ciokajln, D. Cohoon, D. Andrash, L. Andreano, D. Arasim, V. Aston R. Coleman, F. Credito, A. Deitz, J. Demboski, C. Ballent, D. Belfonte, R. Bernot, L. Bodnur R. Dnmbruski, J. Dudzinski, J. Eroh, D. Evans. P. Brennan, L. Butts, L. Chase, M. Cortellini B. Daduru, M. Denisewicz, R. Dmnzlnski, A Dzwinka. JUNIORS . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 202-MISS BILLMAN Ii. Evert. 'I'. Fnlkio, G. Fisher, J. Gaughan, L. L. Fetsko, H. Fendale, B. Fisher, M. Gable, A Gnwvr. T. Gross, D. Hildenbrund, E. Homicz, S. Gulinis. D. Gidzlro, C. Grossman, T. Gula, T Hmnitz, J. Janncs, J. Jnymun, D. Jeffrey, L. Gummel, E. Herman, A. Hombosky, M. Howal Jnrnski, J. Kuruscvich. F. Howard, C. Hudick, M. Jones. JUNIORS . . .MEMBERSHIP ROOM 203-MISS SCICCHITANO E . I l PI F D R I. J G I JUNIORS...MEMBERSHlP ROOM 204-MR. BOLESKE -uma H. R. I,l'l'hll1ll R. lhnlnmgv J RllllI'lL1h1 .I. Rusinku 1- H Shulmxskl K-.Slu1z'l' Slllllll R. Sukul XV, Sukul J Rvpvllzl H. 1'a1lm5k5' J. I'us1'ux'.1f1v A. I"uI:u.kl I., Huw.: Rm-fl.l1p1vl V. Hvpvllzn Y. Ihuluk N. He:-L-11Iaul1 I. XXI. lxummk .l lluihw XXI, llyim Y, Ibm: S9111--:ui .1 Smlusky .X Shupmx .X. Slmil H. Sluvlxlqn ,I Sum-lim JUNIORS . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 303-MR. KOZLOWSKI K. R J. R A V In Q D. , Kuwzllvskl K r:ll'tc'h:1k . Krzum-1' D. Krotrlmku C. lillllil O, I,01'n'h XV, I.imlL-mnuth , 1,1six-xxskl . I,m11lJgn'rIu . l,ulwf.kl . Lutz . 1xIJlI'Cllll'HL' . Mzxrtm lXlntI1x'i 'fx1wl.1n.m . lNlcI"1'L' . 1Nlm'1,L:m R. O'Rm-lily L. Kvhlcl' P. Kulm wh N, Mmm J. hI2ll'1'UUl1 E. Nluyur B. Nll'hhJlI'I,ll' I,. iVliI'ilX'L'hi J, .xlnrnim-lll B. Nnrih G. Oxhmzm R. Kuhllls 1- .f I" Slnhlnskl R. Shvl' R. Sxx'ni'1.' A. Tullvr .I. 'l'ru5:1l' If Vxtzwro A. Wurgn Ia. VVm-xkm-l . W'1'sl10l' J.Wl11tv R. W'Illi'nsun R. Worm-r R. XVUINUI J. Yzllskn V. Zzumlmm R. ZQIUUSIKI V. Zuiklowlnuc XXI, SWVIQUIA P. Striki- D. Yl'Jll1Hl'liI J. QVIIIIIQVI-il J, 'I'uui'c-I J. Vllkznlskzls N. Wm-lfvl C, XVxlli:m1s . Wurhswh . xvUll1lk'ki NV5'clrzl S dau Jdumw MISS ELIZABETH HOVVARD MR. WALTER S. CHESNEY Here are the members of the class of '53. We who are graduating will always remember the sophomores for their friendship and loyalty during the short time we have known them. Their competitive spirit has made them well known to everyone. May they end their stay in senior high school with this same spirit of friendship and loyalty. Sopdamofze adds! z4otdacJz'6e4 Election of Officers September 18, 1950 Christmas Card Campaign . Sept. 27-Dec. 8, 1950 Initiation . October 8. 1950 Sophomore-Freshmen Basketball Game Feb. 19, 1951 Record Dance March 30, 1951 Movies May 11, 1951 S MZWZGJOMZMJ 4:..'i?' R. POLLOCK P. WETZEL I. ZURITIS President Vice President Secretary SOPHOMORES . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 307-MISS CARROLL J. Brill N. Ill'l1v,1iun'li R. Bivclivlii T. Iiutkiuwiuv A. lllvils I. R- I. Q-3 R.CI1:mgn I' 'Wm "I"' "' J. Clark 4 52 5' ' R. Cmmr'alx':i-I i If ' I I F Dm' """ -""'- 'N' 'III- .I. DilVlni'cu J. Emil VI. Evans D I'Ix'0i'1 D. Am-Le-li G. AIILlk'II I.. ISI-miiii, S 131-"pn-1' D Ilfixsius A. Iiulivli J. Iiuwa-.S N IX111 Ilvy U. Czimp A. Clliivvslci I.. Fullwrt I.. Dzirluru C. Dullu I.iu'hv J. Dclmllls A. I,lII'0X'Ik'Ii IJ. I"udursluu'k SOPHOMORES . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM .309-MR. TERRY J. F S. J. R. J. R. E. E. R. W. D. lVl. l.. J. J. T IXI. J. E I.. D. In SOPHOMORES . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 310-MR. MENGES C Knvri' II. Kunsnltls K, l,:id1lan J. l.:iwrs-lice A. Luskus I.. Imslius D. Mnsvhzil R. lVlL-Clay E IVIt'l'wim- I' IVIiL'1'io II. MlsL':ix'i11L' J. lVl0Ii1'k I'I. Kobi II. Kola-mlzi G Knluvlvli IC Kurnaislai I-T, KIll'Zt'l1I1lL'IiI lvl. IAIIU-I F IIIIIIIUXYSIII G. Inipluwslai A. I,iil0:ix'z1gv I lVIilll-I' A. Mirzirclxi C lvlirairclxi F1-gli-y Gziliiski Gnlitski GL-urgo Gribbin Gi'ilJ0wich Grcmski Hzirnvr Jumr.-s Ku1'lox'ich Hzn'yL'lii Fel for Fvrnzinclvs I"rzincis G iclsiru fII'IhL'!IX'1l2.II' Ham k Hin li lc- Hunk Huspiuofl J 1u'osxvwicL J cssirk Jum-rs Kliugcrm in SOPHOMORES . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 31 INMR. CHESNEY D. IVInr1::m N. IVIlII'I'llV 'I' UMM skl I" I'vI1'ux N1 I-. I'nIIm'k XY. PHII1 Uk .XI Puplirv .I, P11 vupm A. Pumm I'. IIu:l:I:1x'mvI II. Rollin XX ITU:-lmk T. Szlbzm IJ, IXIUSN' AI. Omnfrlci I. I'zw1Iu.5lai R. Pam! S. I'4ugm'sIL5' XXI, Rzlnnzngv S. Ihnylmrli A. Ifcprllzl C, Rumi IJ. RL1sl1.Iiu IW. Rlxths SOPHOMORES . . . MEMBERSHIP ROOM 312-MR. BRESLIN R. Szlvquum- P. Slm:ll:15Iin .I. Slurnmvr J. Slnchtu VV. SIr:lIs'rImL'Ii H, SIHIIII J. SmiIh J. Sllvdrlc-I1 R. SIzlm':nx41Ll' R. SIIIIIULIXII L R. 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'Q l un' ' pl .u-I! 44411 V JH: v 1:1 wr" 'B NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Seated. Left to Right-J. Sulick. C. Snyder. Miss Elizabeth Howard, Adviser: B. Dall. J. Williams. Standing-L. Justin, R. Karycki. F. Smigel. To belong to the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors a senior can attain during his high school career. Members are selected by a committee of the faculty on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. These seniors have many opportunities to obtain scholarships and financial assistance for their college education by taking competitive tests, writing essays, and in other ways. Advised by Miss Elizabeth Howard, the society is very active in group affairs. Officers: President, Corinne Snyder, Vice President, Louise Justing Secretary, Rose- mary Karyckig Treasurer, Frances Smigel. Adviser: Miss Elizabeth Howard. THE GOLDEN KEY Seated. Left to Right-C. Megosh. Mr, Gerald Breslin and Miss Regina Shovlin, Advisers: D. Luczkoski, Standing-J. Reiner. E. Pope. L. Cohoon. J. Greco. The Golden Key is a newly formed honor society for those students not taking the academic course. The requirements for membership are high, and these seniors are to bc commended for their scholarship, participation in school affairs, aptitude, and initiative. The advisers, Miss Regina Shovlin and Mr. Gerald Breslin, are proud of the members inducted at the February initiation ceremony. These students will serve as models for others in all they do, during and after their school days. Officers: President, Christine Megoshg Vice President, Lloyd Cohoorig Secretary, Dorothy Luczkoskig Treasurer, Joan Reinerg Sergeant-at-Arms, Elaine Popeg Guard, Julia Greco. Advisers: Miss Regina Shovlin, Mr. Gerald Breslin. MASQUE AND GAVEL 5 Surilvd. Left to Right-J. Sulick. L. Sokol, J. Singley. T. Moleski, L. Justin. Mrs. Ramona Cecil, Adviser, A. Backus, F. Smigel, C. Langis, J. Bowers. Slancling-C. Medalis, H. White. D. Karpinski, N. Kehler, J. Williams. B. Dall, C. Snyder, P. Lapinski, J. Schreffler, P. Narusewicz. R. Karycki. Masque and Gavel is composed of those students whose speech is truly commendable. The society is designed to promote clean, correct, and beautiful speech. The members are selected by their grades in English, their speech in and out of school, and their par- ticipation in dramatic productions, as Masque and Gavel is the honorary society of the Dramatic Clubs. The advisers, Miss Catherine Scicchitano and Mrs. Ramona Cecil, direct these members in a play during the course of the school term. Officers: President, Louise Justin, Vice President, Alex Backus, Treasurer, Frances Smigel. Advisers: Mrs. Ramona Cecil, Miss Catherine Scicchitano. QUILL AND SCROLL . Y - -X Sealed. Left to Right-J. Sulick. L. Sokol, J. Singley, R. Karycki. Miss Ada Bahncr, Adviser: C. Snyder, J. Williams. A. Troyan. J. Greco. Standing:-C. Langis, M. Ragalyi. J. Bowers, B. Dall, F. Smigel. L. Cohoon. L. Belkoski, E. Pope, C. Megosh. Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society for high school journalists. To be a member of this society, a student must be scholastically in the upper half of his class: he must have done distinctive Work in some phase of high school journalismg he must be recommended for membership by one of the advisers of journalism in his schoolg and, he must be approved by the society's executive officer. Seniors who wear the pin of Quill and Scroll have a right to be proud of their accomplishments in high school journalism. Miss Ada Bahner is the adviser of this society. Officers: President, Jean Williams, Vice President, Jacqueline Sulickg Secretary, Jessie Ann Singleyg Treasurer, Lorraine Sokolg Adviser: Miss Ada Bahner. STUD'ENT COUNCIL First Row, Left to Right-R. Bernot, D. Gidaro, J. Ruths, F. Andreano. E. Pope. N. Bradley, S. Pogesky. L. Justin. Second Row-E. Evert, J. Kimsal, G. Palmer, J. Smith, I. Zuritis, J. Haak, V. Zotkiewicz, R. Coleman. L. Cohoon. Third Row-Mr. Walter Chesney, Adviser: R. Persing. R. Karlovich, R. Kunsaitis, R. Strawn, J. Shiko. A. Butts. Members of the Student Council are elected by popular vote to serve as representa- tives of the student body. Under the able direction of Mr. Walter S. Chesney, they play an important part in school government, and participate in many school activities. Among their many duties are arranging programs for assemblies, selling refreshments at athletic events, and being generally helpful. Officers: President, Elaine Popeg Vice President, Louise Justin, Secretary, Lauretta Kehlerg Treasurer, John Shiko. Adviser, Mr. Walter S. Chesney. HALL PATROL First Row. Left to Right-T. Moleski. R. Ryan, A, Wydan, K. Zimmerman, G. Palmer. A. Backus, C. Noll. B. Dall. Second Row-Mr. Timothy Barnes. Adviser: E. Karasevich, J. Kimsal. P. Lapinski. L. Cohoon. T. Troyan. Members of the hall patrol control traffic, noise, and conduct of the students in the corridors. They have performed their duties conscientiously, and have produced order in the halls, much to the gratification of the faculty. Trafhc court is held for the viola- tors of laws, and the offenders are sentenced by the court under the direction of the adviser, Mr. Timothy E. Barnes. LITERARY STAFF CARMELITE WEEKLY, IXL, SPOTLIGHT First Row, Left to Right-Miss Ada Bahner, Spotlight Adviser: F. Smigel, B. Dall, J. Singley, J. Williams, R. Karycki. F. Andreano, Miss Nellie Johnson, IXL Adviser. Su-ond Row-D. Feifer, L. Jessick. M. Osinski. J. Greco. C. Langis. J. Sadusky. V. Aston. L. Andreano, L. Sokol, L. Justin. Third Row-H. Slachta. C. Williams, R. Bernot, V. Ryan. D. Gidaro, B. Messarge, M. Rosendale. G. Pascavage, T. Hinkle, J. Moratelli. Fourth Row-C. Ballent, J. Bowers. A. Shuptar. A. Backus, G. Palmer, Mr. Vincent McHail, Carmelite Weekly Adviser: H. Varano, H. White, J. Bowers. Fifth Row-D. Wydra, M. Karycki. A. Weissinger, E. Vincenzes, A. Bolick. saga of ' J, 4724 S wa Much credit should be given to those students who have given their time and talents to these three school publications. Members of the literary staff write articles both interesting and informative. The technical staff prepares the issue for publication, both typing and mimeographing the material. The Carmelite Weekly is a section cf the Mount Carmel Item which is devoted to a resume of high school news written by high school students for the public to become acquainted with senior high school activities. The editors are chosen competitively by the adviser. Mr. Vincent W. McHail, and at the close of their term edit the IXL. The IXL is the magazine of the senior high school. Published three times during the school year. it contains stories. quizzes. and amusing articles. Positions on the staff are competitive, as the members are chosen by the faculty adviser. Miss Nellie E. Johnson. The Spotlight is the newspaper of our school. News and feature articles appear in tnis mimeographed publication which appears once a month. The editors are selected by the adviser. Miss Ada Bahner. EDITORS CARMELITE WEEKLY and IXLkJean Williams, Jessie Ann Singley. Julia Greco. EDITORS SPOTLIGHT-Corinne Snyder, Jean Williams, Ben Dall. Rosemary Karycki. BUSINESS STAFF CARMELITE WEEKLY, IXL, SPOTLIGHT First Row, Left to Right-M. Keller. M. Swaboski, C. Dalle Luche, L. Belkoski, D. Luczkoski, D. Karpinski. J. Mouery. J. Sharer, L. Parazinski. Second Row-Miss Helen Carroll, Adviserg J. Singley, J. Bowers, L. Sokol, E. Pope, J. Greco, N. Kehler, J. Schreffler, A. Troyan. Third Row-T. Troyan, M. Ragalyi, C. Megosh, J. Reiner, J. Painter, L. Cohoon, C. Noll. THE BAND First Row, Left to Right-J. Shupinski. W. Toy. T. Stein, A. Bender. J. Weissinger, P. Yodzis. M. Ufberg. J. Bartos, E. Lubinski. W. Strausser, J. Semerod. Second Row-R. Shupinski, B. Rockwell. R. Vitacco. R. Miscavage. C. Casper. M. Ploppert. M. Kramer. C. Cacciatore. G. Zelez. G. Karpinski, J. Andreano, L. Figured. D. Erncy, R. Kutza. W. Painter, T. Revak. M. Balon, D. Hindmarch. Third Row-A. Backus. S. Grossman. L. Deitrich. L. Scott, B. Kirch0FI'. O. Lerch. N. Hafner. V. Mervinc. W. Karycki, J. Rothermel. R. Zelez. J. Miller, P. Yoder. C. Ballent, G. Socoloski. L. Evans. L. Harncr. Fourth Row-E. Karasevich. G. Palmer, C. Finton. P. Semicek. R. Kunsaitis. D. Woodring. W. Pollock. R. Gronski, D. Becker, J. Karasevich, A. Hatzel, J. Kraftchak, D. Hildebrand, D. Snyder. G. Slater. kegcmd Drum Major, Alex Backusg Director, Mr. Joseph Stief The band is one of the organizations most essential to school life. This group adds color and variety to football games, pep meetings, and parades during the school year. Under the able direction of Mr. Joseph Stief, the band gives an annual concert and performs several pageants at football games. With the admission of girls this year, the size has increased, making the band an impressive sight both on parade and on stage. CHEERLEADERS -' .F - .. ' ""..."3'F' .G-. ' , Knuclingy. Loft to Right-J. Erney, P. Narusiewicz. Standing-M. Ragalyi. C. Snyder. A. Yuskoski. M. Malick, M. Sheehan, R. Dorkoski, L. Sokol, J. Williams, M. Andrewlevich. J. Bowers. S. Williams, L. Justin. The cheerleaders' main duty is to lead the students in urging their teams on to victory in all encounters. They are chosen by popular vote after competitive tryouts near the close ol' the previous year. These girls represent the spirit of the student body, and are present in all kinds of weather to cheer their team. Miss Mary Mayan is the adviser, who directs them in new yells and in practices. MAJORETTES if-. suns. .-X - ao J -- ' Km-cling. Lcfl to Right-D. Zelez. L. Olshefski, J. Sharer. Standing- A. Warsheski. J. Pascavage. J. Schreffler. E. Pope. J, Greco. C. Williams. G. Strawn, J. Painter, J. Simmons. M. Keller. P. Brennan. M. Swaboski. Newly formed this year, the Majorettes are a welcome addition to the appearance of the band. These girls are well drilled in marching and in baton twirling, and add to the color of football games and parades. They are volunteers, and are not competitively selected. The drum majorettes, however, are selected by popular vote after tryouts. Drum Majoretbes-Jacqueline Sharer, Dorothy Zelez, Lucille Olshefski. ....... 'Q-if xx wx. .1 lf X, 5 an .. First Row. Left to Right- R. Dorkoski. J. Singlcy. F. Smi editor: J. Greco. J. Reiner. CORINNE SNYDER. Editor-in-Chief de W ' gel. R, Karycki, J. Williams. Co- CARMELITE STAFF Second Ron'-A Miss Edna M. Rowe. Adviser: B. Dall. A. Backus. G. Palmer. L. Cohoon, P. Lapinski. L. Sokol. The Carmelite stafl' is the group of students responsible for the yearbook. Positions on the staff are competitive, and are chosen by Miss Edna M. Rowe, adviser of the yearbook. Long hours of work have been contributed by the literary, technical, and business staff members to make the 1951 Carmelite a success. These students deserve congratulations and praise for the important part they play in high school life. Editor-ImChief-Corinne Snyderg Co-Editor, Jean Williams. SALES STAFF XXX First Row, Left to Right-J. Haak. M. Malick. L. Belkoski. M. Sheehan. Second Row-K. Zimmerman. D. Tamecki. J. Marcoon. J. Sadusky. C. Wydra. Third Row-G. Angeli, R. Pollock, L. Sharer. e4z64L'm44 6405454 CONCESSION WORKERS First Row, Left to RightiB. Dadura. B. Messarge, C. Hudick. A. Shuptar. R. Karyeki. G. Pascavage. J. Tamecki. H. White, N. Wetzel. Second Row-Miss Regina Shovlin. Adviser: J. Moratelli. C. Grossman. V. Andiews, M. Karycki. H. Pakosky. N. Kehler, M. Luptowski. Third Row-T. Domanski, D. Cobelis, E. Chucoski, R. Wolfgang, D. Swartz. F. Andrcano. Fourth Row-J. Mouery, R. Persing. T. Gross, R. Martin, B. Wojcik. At football games, Mount Carmel Senior High School operates two concession stands where candy, soft drinks, hot dogs, and coffee are sold to the spectators. Students who work at the stands give their time and efforts, which often reap large profits for the benefit of the school fund. Under the direction of Miss Regina Shovlin and Miss Cath- erine Scicchitano, the girls and boys sell foods in all kinds of weather, and they truly earn the medal they receive on Class Day. Advisers: Miss Catherine Scicchitano, Miss Regina Shovlin. ATHLETIC MANAGERS ,Q-ex aff. 09 Scaled. Left to Right-N. Andreano, J. Cheddar. H. Ramage. Slrmdingf-D. Evans. R. Ramage. R. Hook, R. Hnrbold. The athletic managers are essential to the outcome of all high school games. Their duties are to take care of equipment, to have various things, such as water, towels, and first aid kits, on hand at all times, and act as "spotters" for reporters by identifying various players. Headed by Robert Hook and advised by Mr. Glenn Menges, these boys are to be congratulated on their faithfulness and their willingness to work for their Alma Mater. Head Manager, Robert Hookg Adviser, Mr. Glenn Menges. -. E ...J Ti ia. SENIOR Glee Club glee Wad The Glee Club, composed of sen- ior, junior and sophomore boys and girls, is one of the major or- ganizations of the school. They par- ticipate in many school activities, including Baccalaureate exercises, assembly programs, school oper- ettas, and in their own special pro- grams. Among the highlights of 1950-51 on the glee club schedule was the Christmas Cantata, given to the public and to the students. It included the singing of favorite Christmas carols, the showing of slides, and vocal and piano solos and duets. It is truly a privilege to be a member of this club, as the members are selected by competi- tive tryouts. JUNIOR Glee Club Qlee Hal Offdeeu Directress Mrs. .Jean S. Green Librarian . Lorraine Sokol Accompanist Corinne Snyder SOPHOMORE Glee Club SENIOR Dramatic Club Dmmcztic Wa! The Dramatic Club is composed of seniors, juniors, and sophomores interested in dramatics. Members are selected by the advisers, Mrs. Ramona Cecil and Miss Catherine Scicchitano, after they have shown their ability in plays or in some other way. Activities of this organi- zation include parties, entertain- ment at dances, assemblies, and in several of their own productions. Members of the operetta cast are selected by dramatic and vocal ability. It is truly a privilege to at- tain membership in this club. JUNIOR Dramatic Club Dunant glad 01164024 President Louise Justin Vice President Mary Ann Stecker Secretary , i Corinne Snyder Treasurer Thomas Gross Advisers Mrs. Ramona Cecil Miss Catherine Scicchitano SOPHOMORE Dramatic Club SENIOR Dancing Club Dcmwzq du! The Dancing Club is among the most popular of all high school clubs, having a membership of well over one hundred. The primary purpose of the club is to teach stu- dents to danceg instructors are chos- en to fulfill this duty by the advis- er of the club, Miss Helen A. Car- roll. Meetings are usually held in the gymnasium. where recorded music is played. The slogan of the club is "Keep Movingf, and it has proved quite effective. Types of dancing taught include the waltz, fox trot, jitterbug, polka, and the Charleston. JUNIOR Dancing Club Dancing glad Offieeza President Gloria Strawn Vice President Dorothy Luczkoski Secretary Alice Yuskoski Treasurer Sara Williams Adviser Miss Helen A. Carroll SOPHOMORE Dancing Club CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club is organized to help students further their interests along the line of Chemistry. At the meet- ings of this club, the members perform experiments and thus gain information about the elements and their functions. According to the adviser of the club, Mr. Timothy E. Barnes, these experiments sometimes have rather amusing conse- quences, but this does not detract from active participation in the club. Oflicers President ,.,...., ,, ,..,..,.. . ...... . .,.... Thomas Falkie Vice President ............ .......,..... T homas Gross Secretary ..l.. ...,..,r...,, ....,..... . . , Lorraine Sokol Treasurer ....,..... ...... .....,.... J oseph Rusinko Adviser .....,,.,. ...... Mr. Timothy Barnes PHYSICS CLUB The Physics Club is formed for the purpose of helping students of Physics become more familiar with inventions and principles of this subject. Under the direction of Mr. Joseph Kozlowski, experiments are demonstrated, reports are given, and slides are shown at the meetings of the club. This is especially helpful to those students planning to at- tend college because of the increased knowledge attained at the meetings. Officers President ,.... ...,.... ..,... , ........,... . .........,..., B e n Dall Vice President . .,....,.. .. ..,..... George Palmer Secretary .. ..., ..., . ..,........,.. Jean Williams Treasurer .,.,..,,. .... . . ..., William Beaver Adviser ,.., ...,.. Mr. Joseph Kozlowski CAMERA CLUB Composed of students interested in photography, the Camera Club is quite an informative and interesting asset to the senior high school. At the meetings conducted by the president, all phases of photography are discussed, slides and movies are shown. The correct ways of taking and developing pictures are de- monstrated under the direction of the club adviser, Mr. Timothy E. Barnes. Officers President ....... ...,...., , .... , .. ...,..,.. William Beaver Vice President .,..... ..,. J essie Ann Singley Secretary ..........,..., ,..,...,.... M ary Lou Malick Treasurer ,..... .. ..,.....,.,...,... James Marquette Adviser ............ ,....... M r. Timothy E. Barnes fm C Q Xb ggi . .X A .sw . . , - K 4 4 ,QV S in A W ss? A A 5 A QT- Q - ,Pg as r JM ' N 4 fm' gg. xx 3? 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Womer. C. Barnes, R. Perles, D. Marquette. D. Morgan. J. Clark. Sur-ond Row-Mr, Joseph Paskevich. Asst. Coach: R. Wilkinson. T. Falkie. W. Beaver. R. Pollock. F, Sharer. C. Froutz. J, Marquette, E. Merwine. R. Caser. J, Anescheck. Third Row-Y-Mr. Michael Terry. Head Coach: R. Womer, R. Varano, A. Wargo. VV. Hynoski. J. Jayman. R. Sokol. J. James. P. Matulewicz, E. Chapman. Mr. George Wrona. Asst. Coach. I"onrth Ron'-P. Roadarmel, R. Savage. A. Butts. J. Chabala, R. Kramer, J. Rusinko. J. Gaughan. R. Wasakoski, R. Yuskicwicz. 8 , tee' Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel 7 The Red Tornadoes began the season with a defeat by a superior Coal Township team, which later took the championship. Injuries which dis- abled Hynoski for most of the season, and Homicz for the whole season proved unfortunate to the squad, which was defeated in every game until they pulled themselves together for victories against Shenandoah, Mahanoy City, and Hazleton. Terry's boys played well for parts ot' games, but it seemed they couldn't put, an entire game together. VVith the Turkey Day defeat by the Purple Demons of Shamokin, they ended the sea- son with a record of three wins and eight losses. which is not bad when the spirit and determina- tion ot' our boys against unusually tough COIUDC- tion is considered. The squad leaves with the hope that the underclassmen trained during the year will establish a better record. RECORD Coal Township LETTERMEN SENIORS--John Anescheuk. xvllllillll Bearer. Reynolcl Caser. Joseph Chahala. Etlvtarri Chapman. VValter Hynoski. James Marquette. Paul Matulewicz. Robert Perles. Frank JUNIORS-Chester Barnes. John Ciokajlo. Thomas- Falkie. Joseph Gaughan, Eugene Homicz. John James. Russell Kramer. Dean Marquette. Lewis Morgan. Joseph Rusinko. Robert Sokol. Robert Wilkinson. Ralph Womer, SOPHOMORESf Elmer Merwine. Robert Pollock. . Tamaqua Berwick V V Kulplnont Sharer. Robert Varano. Shenandoah Pottsville , Ashland .. . ,... H3Zl9t0Yl Ronald YVomer. .. , ,. Sunbury . ,, Mahanoy City .. Shllltitlklll FRESHMEN-Carl Froutz. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row, Left to Right-J. Anescheck, D. Marquette, R. Varano, Captain: R. Ramage, S. Yagodinski. Second Row-J. Griffith, J. Marquette, R. Kramer. L. Mattivi, F. Lutz. Third, Row-R. Harbold, Manager: R. Pollock, Mr. Thomas Vershinski, Coach. Z' Beginning the second year under the coaching wing of Mr. Thomas Ver- shinski, a seasoned team began a promising season with wins over the Alumni, Shenandoah and Sunbury in the pre-season exhibitions. The game with Jersey Shore was postponed until the end of the season, giving Mount Carmel a pre-season record of three wins and three losses. After the season began, we dropped Mount Carmel Township twice, Sha- mokin and Conyngham-Centralia once, but lost a critical one to Kulpmont. During the season, the team played both league and exhibition games, end- ing the entire year with 9 wins out of 19 games played. RECORD 1951 Mt. Carmel Twp. .. Kulpmont Coal Twp. St. Edwards Con-Cen Jersey Shore DREAM GAME PARTICIPANTS R. Varano, S. Yagodinski and J. Anescheck BLOOMSBURG STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE TOURNAMENT RESULTS Dec, Feb. 5-Mount Carmel .,.,..,......,. .......... A lumni 2-Mount Carmel 8-Mount Carmel ............,,.. ....... A shland 6--Mount Carmel 12-Mount Carmel Shenandoah 9-Mount Carmel 15-Mount Carmel ...,.. , ...,,......... Pottsville 14-Mount Carmel 19-Mount Carmel ..........,...,....,,.. Sunbury 16-Mount Carmel 21-Mount Carmel .,..,.......... St. Edwards 20-Mount Carmel Jan. 2-Mount Carmel ,.....,....,,...... Shamokin 5-Mount Carmel Carmel Twp. 9-Mount Carmel ,......... . ,....... Kulpmont 12-Mount Carmel .................. Coal Twp. 18-Mount Carmel ........,........ .,.. C on-Cen 25-Mount Carmel .............,...,. Shamokin 31-Mount Carmel ,............ ..... ,... . . Ashland tPre1iminary7 Mount Carmel 52 .... .....,...,..,......,............... D anville 50 lSemi-Finalh Mount Carmel 53 ...............,....,,...,.... ..... S hamokin 56 TRACK AND FIELD TEAM Seated, Left to Right-W. Beierschmitt, L. Chucoski. C. Bolesta, W. Hynoski. G. Palmer, A. Bressi. E. Staskiel. J. Griffith, L. Mattivi. S. Homitz, R. Sokol, M. Kovalchick. Kneeling-R. Butts. R. Womer, J. Rubright. T. Falkie, J. Troyan, D. Krotchko, L. Morgan. R. Wilkinson, L. Brezinski, W. Dando. T. Demboski, S. Wydra. C. Barnes. R. Ramage. M.G '. -:.o ,.u..Stakil.E.H ,JBa .JR1' , Standing- r erald Breslin Coach R W mer T B tts L s e ook . llent . xsinko D. Woodring, R. Kramer. W. Pollock, J. Pollock, R. Pollock. A. Wydan. P. Vincenzes. D. Rupp. G. Maculkiewicz. F. Malinowski, F. Lutz. mc! cmd 7mm The 1950 Track and Field Team, coached by Mr. Breslin,did excellent work against tough competition. After placing sixth in the Penn Relays, they Won over Hazleton in the dual meet. An unfortunate accident occurred in which Leo Brezinski was injured and unable to compete for the remainder of the season. The spirit and determination of this and preceding Mount Carmel teams should be an inspiration for future teams. April April April May May May May May RECORD 1950 14, Novice Meet-Won by Seniors. 21, Interclass Meet-Won by Seniors. 28, Penn Relays-Mount Carmel placed 6th. 3, Dual Meet--Mount Carmel defeated Hazleton, 6, Coaldale Invitation Meet-Mount Carmel was 3rd, 9, Lebanon Relays-Mount Carmel finished 3rd in the 2-mile relay, 5th in the shuttle hurdles. 12, Mount Carmel Invitation Meet-Mount Carmel was 3rd. 19, District Meet at Williamsport-Mount Carmel placed 2nd. LETTERMEN T. Butts, R. Butts, Brezinski, Bolesta, Vincenzes, Macutkiewicz, Rupp, Pollock, Chucoski, Staskiel, Ballent, Bressi, Hook, Malinowski, Beierschmitt, Hynoski, Demboski, Griffith, Rusinko. 0 en T k , i .... . . T 1 , i iff ,Vi M., R CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM as-2 .,,' ',,,q , 1 i V 1 'Q-' :NM .1 , 4 4. N, A' ,WW 1- I '-,... x v 5 B 1Q,':" iff' .. Q- E ,sm . T ' gpm pg Q' V Q7 A U, . 1 :3 rf 1 -le f g ., fi 3 if gs Q , I f fir 5 l s ' ' K 5 if -'N ,wi fi X I 51 K " as E' in 1 ,il Q f QQ, , ,Q ... ' Q gi 95? M.. xx I Y 1 'f HT iff? 5 3 1 Q 3 if A X 3 , Si 1 ' Q . R 6 li jg? I E r , if 6 Q Qfli Q 3 mr T Loft to Right-Mr. Gerald Breslin, Coach: A 1.. Toller. fx fx 1x 1x 1x fx fx 1x fx 1x wo-ef 0 Noll. T. Demboski. T, Moleski, R. Miscavage. E. Evert. gmc-Emmy In 1950, the Mount Carmel Cross-Country Team was a member of the newly-organized Central Pennsylvania Cross-Country Confer- ence, with Pottsville, Reading, William Penn of Harrisburg, Lebanon, and Williamsport. Mount Carmel failed to win in competition against any of these teams, but Thomas Dem- boski, Eugene Evert, and Ronald Miscavage usually finished in good positions. LETTERMEN Seniors-Thomas Demboski, Charles Noll, Thomas Moleski. Juniors-Eugene Evert, Angelo Toller. Sophomores--Ronald Miscavage. -1x fx-xx lx Jx fx 1x 1X 1x-1x 1x 1x 1 BASEBALL TEAM Kneeling. Left to Right-R. Glowacki, J. Petrosky, F. Sharer, D. Kcrnacki, R. Caser, D. Latshaw, R. W dra H. Do le y . y . Standing-F. Bottari. J. Anescheck, J. Wisniewski, S. Yagodinski, J. Shiko. J. James, Mr. Thomas Vershinski, Coach. 2? For the first time in a number of years, Mount Carmel Senior High School organized a baseball team which competed with other good regional teams, and produced an excellent record, with nine wins and three lossesg also a defeat by Millville in the playoffs. Under the coaching of Mr. Vershinski, a group of well-seasoned and well- conditioned horsehide handlers split Q1-U with two teams, Conyngham-Cen- tralia, and Kulpmont, in two games, and gave the third loss to Coal Town- ship, whom we had beaten twice. With much seasoned material ready for the coming seasons, we are looking forward to producing many more such excellent teams. X. Mount Carmel Mount Carmel RECORD . ., Kulpmont Conyngham-Centralia X f Mount Carmel . Coal Township -,Tl , Mount Carmel ,, . .. Shenandoah Mount Carmel .. .. Mount Carmel Twp. Mount Carmel ,. . .. ... . Kulpmont , Mount Carmel .. . . . .Coal Township X' Mount Carmel , ., .. . Mount Carmel Twp. Mount Carmel . . Conyngham-Centralia I- X' Mount Carmel .. M . .. Shamokin ff.. I ' Mount Carmel .. , ,,.. Shamokin xl Mount Carmel Mount Carmel CLeague Playotfsj .,,..,, ., . .. Coal Township . .. Millville QDistrict Playoifsj GIRLS' INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL TEAMS First Row. Left to Right-D. Arasim. R. Karycki, J. Pascavage. A. Yuskoski. N. Kehler, E. Pope. Second Row-J. Sadusky, L. Belkoski, M. Gable, Scorekeeperg J. Moratelli, Timekeeperg Miss Mary Mayan, Directress. Third Row+V. Repella, J. Painter, N. Mann, J. Teufel, E. Chucoski, H. White, R. Wolfgang. 'mm- The Girls' Intramural Basketball League under the capable supervision of Miss Mary Mayan provides an excellent opportunity for the girls to display their sports ability. This game of skill and coordination teaches fair play and team co-operation. The champion- ship crown this year goes to 'tThe Goobersf' who defeated "The Basket-Belles" in a thrill- er-diller play-off duel by a 40 to 27 count. fx-fx Jx-lxvfxvzx 1x-fx xx 1x 1x 1x-xx xy-1x 1x fx fx fx fx 1 GIRLS' VOLLEY BALL TEAM Smilvrl. livtl to Rlfllll' D. Doylv. M. Filrio, M. Czivzilori. lfllK'K'illl!l M. Ciokujlo. G. Siodlccki. T, Puclinlslci. M. Krux ntskic-, Srunciingf M. Mihzilo. Miss Maury Mayzin. Cozich: B, Nicolctti. Vinllvy lmzlll. thc must, skillful of :ill high schmml sports, Vziiilis high with thc stildmits. Umlvi' thii diwctimmii ut' Miss Mary lviilyllll. thc girls ut' M.C.II.S. litivc piwwvcl their tx'm'tliiii0ss by pzii'ticipz1tiiig in the lively sport. The team with thc must cuopt-1'zitimi :mtl will tn win cutiies out on top. BOYS' VOLLEY BALL TEAM L L Y ,pil llfffgg 'ukfgz Kilvvlrilgf. Imll In Ificrlil f--NV. Hyiifiski. W. B0im'sL'l1ii1itI. F. Slixiu-r. Nlumiril!! R. Kiiiisiiitis. J. Pullock. R. Vzimim. D. Rupp. Mi: .Iusvpli Pziskvvich spmisurcd am ll1ll'klIT1Ul'1ll volley-bull lvzrgiiv tor boys wliicli midod with thc "All Stars" talking the championship by wiiming two out of three games piuyvd with the "IZ-C Frem-hies." The "All Stars" are pictured above. diffifecfizfe PHOTOGRAPHY lgirinria ituhins COMMERCIAL WEDDING AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 16 North Oak Street, Mount Ca 1 16M East Ind p d St Sh k KESSLERS . . . Leading Jewelers ,QW D1AMoNDs WATC HE s JE WE L RY FOLLOW THE CROWD OF ALERT BUYERS 38-40 South Oak Street THE BEST. .. Dr. Sweffiv Roof Beer Szm-Jet mm' Peter Pam Bevemgef Nefbiiiff Omnge TAMECKI SONS BOTTLING CO. Mount Carmel. . .Phone 311 Congmmlaziiom mm' Bef! Wiflyey F R O M LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Mount Carmel Lodge No. 665 omp unenrs o Jos. G. ZECOSKI Tax Collector C. Patrick Printing Co. "QF iff printing" 'FROM ONE TO A MILLION...FROM A LINE TO A BOOK Phone 395 Langis Candy Shop Compliments of 4 4 . 4 . Compliments of PETER A. JUSTIN, M, D Bef! Wj5h65 FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER Crystal Pepsi Cola BOTTLING CCMPANY Telephone 630, Mount Carmel C Plmemsof Black Diamond I Garage Gengler s S 28-30 East Third Street DIESEL SERVICE and SALES Phone 398-J and CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Sales and Service SpeC'aI'ST5 GENUINE MOPAR PARTS R. GUINAN 8 CO. Stores at Mount Carmel ...Mahanoy CiTy...Shamokin REINER BRCDS. C mpliments of Lumber Millwork GI GOLD STAR MOTHERS ass ""i"' AMERICAN LEGION Hardware AUXILIARY 428 SOUTH MARKET STREET Telephone 822 Ask For STAR LANE HOSIERY Mount Carmel's Selt-Service Shoe Store NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 5 3 .99 BRANDS ..... THIRD AND OAK STREETS POLLYANNA NATURAL BRIDGE PLAY Porsm RED cRoss Compliments of Mmer Bros' Reecl's Dairy Store Shoe Store Shoes for the Entire Family 941 South Oak Street Mount Carmel 22 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel J. J. CHAPMAN, Proprietor NUNN-BUSH FREEMAN Compliments of Local 506, United Mine Workers ot America Locust Gap Compliments of Mount Ca rmel Citizens Gas Co. For Men- THE PEN'NSYLVANlA PLAN FLORSHEIM JARMAN FORTUNE Join today with S1.00g be eligible to win 365.00 this For Women' Saturday. A new type SELBY Club exclusively at TWEEDIE FLORSHEIM For Children- ' W. L. KREIDER P. A. Shel St Sons GOLD GERWINETTE Oulfiffel' l'0 SIMPLEX Men and Boys I ...Gallagher s 9-13 NORTH OAK STREET Compliments of JOSEPH P. BRADLEY Dr. Francis J. Menapace DENTIST 33 East Third Street W. C. I-lack St Sons 27 XX EECTQC SEQ!!! Dependable HARDWARE Electrical Contractors 16 WEST FIFTH ST- PHONE 540 General Electric and Philco Appliances HOTPOINT Ranges Refrigerators Water Heaters Washers Deep Freezers Cabinets and Sinks 8 NORTH OAK STREET Disposalls Ironers Dish Washers Clothes Dryers MOUM Carmel WILLIAM SIMMCDNS Higgins Funeral Service Nothing Overdone . , . Nothing Undone C. A. Rockaleller Co. JCM Wardmp gl gm ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS HARDWARE Merchants 27 SOUTH OAK STREET 6-8 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 374 Phone 190 Compliments of Atlas Hardware Co. George N. Kersterter JEWELRY DIAMONDS GIFTS 16 EAST FIFTH STREET "ALWAYS Tl-IE BEST" O Louis Grossman Sons Mount Carmel Swim 5 bf Willard A. STATIONERS Rothermel 20 NORTH OAK STREET Funeral Home BEE !!! . . . Where Mount Carmel students have purchased SCHOOL SUPPLIES for a generation 120-122 SOUTH MARKET STREET Telephone 535 HSATISFIED SERVICE" Tom General PHOTOGRAPHER A. LUCAS o CANDID WEDDINGS Distributor O GROUPS 0 PARTIES C BIRTHDAYS 427 EAST FIFTH STREET Phone 422 221 South Pear St., Mount Carmel Telephone 459-J I N o rr hr s Charles l-l. Reirz Attorney-at-Law 11 West Third Street Mount Carmel Jewelry Store A good place to buy Cl WATCH 108 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel King Music House EVERYTHING MUSICAL 24 North Oak St., Mount Carmel Phone 1110 Lester R. Weliry REALTOR and GENERAL INSURANCE 2 9- 'mifiiffiflg 8 2, 9 65 Woolworth Building, Mount Carmel Phone 677 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '51 REA gl DERICK We Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions Expert Truss Fitting Headquarters for Elastic Goods, Stockings and Abdominal Supporters Best Wishes, Class ol 'Sl MOUNT CARMEL'S NEWEST DRESS SHOP The Bonnie Shop I We refuse ' . ' 'ALO 4 Sickness is a sufficient misfortune in itself without adding to its seriousness or prolongation by inferior medicaments. This pharmacy realizes its great responsibility when entrusted with your doctor's pre- scription. We permit no commercial con- sideration to influence us in our purchase of quality drugs, and adhere strictly to our policy of accurately compounding for you just what your doctor ordered. Standard Drug Store The Mount Carmel ltern extends congratulations and best wishes to the Class ot '51 Slwovlin 8 l-lovanes RECREATION CENTER JD Q1 :Qirf I. B K 33 South Oak St., Mount Carmel HllNLEE'S Foremost Ladies' Wearing Apparel Store 139 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 583 Compliments of Louis Dondero Magazine and News Dealer 17 SOUTH OAK STREET Telephone 44 Good Luck To You All! Anri's Dress Shop 210 SOUTH OAK STREET Phone 1170 Compliments of Smart Dress Shop 129 South Oak Street , Mount Carmel IT'S SMART TO SHOP AT THE SMART SHOP VALLISI-I'S Magnificent FURNITURE SHIMQCKS FURNITURE stone Compliments of GE-l'RlCH'S Light Lunch Furniture Wallpaper ffl Paints 241-243 SOUTH OAK STREET MQUNT CARMEL Third and Maple Streets Phone 638 Phone 9787 Compliments of LQRUS Third and Oak Streets DR. W. A. SNYDER Optometrist Third and Oak Sts., Mount Carmel Telephone 400 Patrons MRS. E. M. STIEF OLGA HARDYSH JOHN'S AUTO PARTS Ely: Biff 5131331 H. J. POWIS George D. Miller Sign Shop Card: and Gift: for all occaszom jqagazjney 1 16 South Hickory Street 15 West Third Street Phone 198 Compliments of Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE POTTS BROS. COHE'N'S Wallpaper, Paints, Stove Mount Carmel HODRICK'S APPLIANCE CENTRE Philco Repairs Radio-Television Refrigerators FIFTH AND OAK STREETS Compliments of THE HAT BOX Kathryn Veith, Man ager Compliments of WORKMEN'S SUPPLY CO. "YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE AT 224" KATCH'S FURNITURE STORE 224 SOUTH OAK STREET E . J. BROS'lUS SERVICE STORE Goodyear Distributor 140 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel HOS'IERY MILL STORE Complete Line of Ladies', Children's, lVIen's Hosiery 22 EAST FOURTH STREET PARRY"S Meats, Poultry and Groceries 123 North Oak Street Phone 5 ,Ink , NESBITT'S cur RATE 0 TCW I MOUNT CARMEL'S I ' ORIGINAL ' 666440104 " ' CUT RATE for Better Graduation Gifts 107 South Oak Street Fourth and Oak Streets SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF '51 I BARKER BAKERY 209 South Oak Street W. H. YODER All Forms of Insurance 27 East Second Street Mount Carmel Compliments of KOVAL'S Your Favorite Family Shoe Store 128 South Oak Street Mount Carmel GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF 1951 HOWENSTIN'E'S CONFECTIONERY 120 EAST THIRD STREET HELEN B. LYON'S General INSURANCE Guarantee Trust Building ADRIENNE'S DRESSES OF ISTINCTION . 215 S. Hickory St. Phone 566 Compliments of H. O. MOSER R. C. A. Projectors 16 M.M. 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