Mount Carmel Area High School - Carmelite Yearbook (Mount Carmel, PA)
- Class of 1955
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The Senior Class
ln past years yearbooks published In our hIgh school have shown
the same characterIstIcs ThIs year however we have dIscarded tra
dItIon From the very begInnIng a strikung cover designed by our
student artist down to the advertisements orIgInalIty has been the
theme A new type ot abstract desIgn has been Introduced and
unIque layouts have been UlIllZ6d WIth these InnovatIons we have
attempted to capture the spIrIt of our school lite
school memorIes Memories ot days gone by trIends we made
places we went the parties and dances the plays and BCTIVITIGS
In short our socIal scholastIc and athletic lIfe But we can never hope
to Include all these cherIshed memorses In so few pages
Here classmates IS the scrapbook ot your hugh school lIfe It IS
a lastIng record ot the achIevements and taIIures Ioys and dIsappoInt
ments whIch you expernenced during your stay In our beloved Alma
Mater Whatever you may do Wllh this yearbook glance through
It medltate over It or remInIsce with It our one hope IS that you
wIIl tInd pleasure In the pages of CARMELITE 55
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We The class of nlneTeen hundred and Tuffy fave Take greaT
pnde In dedlcahng The pucTure sTory of our Three shorT buT happy
years ID our Alma MaTer To Mass RuTh Evans and Mr Roman
Koropchak In Therr role as class advisors for The pasT Three years
Miss Evans and Mr Koropchak have aided us unselfushly and vv1Th
sncreased devoTlon Tame and Time agann Through Thenr unTunng
efforTs we have been able To spend our hugh school days loyously
and prosperously ExcellenT cooperaTuon beTween our advrsors and
sTudenT represenTaTrves keynoTed a successful sensor year In srn
cere graTnTude we deducafe To Them The CARMELITE for 55
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Alma Mater tamed and glorious Hemmed in hills of laurel woodland
Rev'rently we sing your praise Gems of black beneath your soil
May your colors ride victorious Alma Mater bound by courage and
Guiding youth in fruitful ways Sanctified by men of toil!
Loyal stands each son and daughter Hearts are swelling, proudly telling
To the truths you hold in store Of Mount Carmel we revere
Dear Mount Carmel, Alma Mater May your teaching keep us reaching
God bless and guide thee evermore. Up and onward, year by year!
Words by RAMONA CECIL
Music by HAYDN
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Gerald A. Beierschmitt
Charles M. Menapace
J. Walter Penman
Albert F. Zelinslci
Adolph P. Guzevich
MOUNT CARMEL TWP.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Made improvements and ad-
ditions to our school in the last
three years . . . made it possible
for us to lead a more whole-
some school life-scholastically,
socially, and athletically . . . pro-
vided us with an environment
more conductive to true school
spirit . . .
MR. VINCENT W. McHAIL
Bucknell, A.B., A.M.
Principal of Senior High School
MR. LEO W. SCHU
Supervisor of Curriculum
MR. GERALD BEIERSCHMITT
Holy Cross, A.B.
Superintendent of Schools
V. W. MCHAIL
T. E. BARNES
AB., M. Ed
F' 5- BARTO3 55, K. E, BILLMAN, AB.
C. A BOLESKE
H W BOYER
G. R, BRESLIN
R. D. KOROPCHAK
J. W. KOZLOWSKI
H. A. CARROLL
R. S. CECIL
W. S. CHESNEY
R. M. EVANS, A.B. J. B. HOGAN
M. R. MAYAN
M. G. MCCARTHY
G, F. MENGES
E. G. OLSHEFSKI, A.B. J. PASKEVICH, B.S.
K. HORAN 1
M. B. GALLAGHER
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' R. G. SHOVLIN
M. A. TERRY
E. KOWALESKI, Secretary
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Elected by vote ot the Class of "55" in May, 1954 . . . served
to the utmost of their .ability during their terms . . . acted ,as a
harmonious group working for the welfare of the class . . .
always found in student activities such as plays, pep rally stunts
. . . their object, friendliness among all students . . . lived up
to their expectations by becoming the nucleus of school life . . .
OFFICERS-Bob Herb, Treasurerg Bill Strausser, Secretaryg Mel Ufberg, President: Joe
Shupinski, Vice President.
JANIS I. ADAMS ACADEMIC
Vivacious . . . peppy cheerleader . . . excellent pianist . . . popular.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 'l, 2, 3, Softball 1, Glee Club 'l, 2, 3,
Cheerleader Club l, Photography and Chemistry Club 2, 3, IXL Re'
porter 2, 3, IXL Typist 3, Spotlight Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight Typist 3,
Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, Assembly Pianist 3, Cheerleader 3, Student
Council 2, Yearbook Ad Soliciting Committee 3, Quill and Scroll 3,
Masque and Gavel 3,
NICHOLAS J. ANDREANO GENERAL
Latin type . . , partial to pink , . . mischievous . , . pepsodent smile.
Rifle Club 1, Sports Club 2, 3, intramural Basketball l.
VIRGINIA F. ARASIM COMMERCIAL
Chic wardrobe . . . considerate . . , pretty black hair . . . well
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2, 3, Spotlight Re-
porter 2, 3, IXL Reporter l, 2, 3, Concession Stand 2, 3, Cheerleader
Club l, Newspaper Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2.
LOUISE C. AVERILL GENERAL
Cherub face . . . good-natured . . . energetic . . . favors the alumni.
Bawball l: Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Mariorette Club I. 2,
Future Nurses Club 3, Glee Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter 3, Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, IXL Reporter 3, Spot-
DANIEL E. BALASKA GENERAL
Chronic fardiness . . . lanky . . . quiet . . . indifferent to school.
Biology Club 2.
ANDREW J. BEDNARCI-IICK GENERAL
Easy going . . , funny . . . easy to get along with . . . teller of tall
Football Manager I, 2, 3, Sports Club I, 2, 3, Basketball Manager 2.
STELLA M. BEDNARSKI COMMERCIAL
Classroom comic . 2 . dresses like a dream . . . .lohn's gal . . . never
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, Cheerleader Club 1, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter l, 2, IXL Reporter 1, Volleyball I, Pinochle Club 2,
Basketball 2, Chess and Checker Club 3, Initiation Committee 3.
ALBERT W. BENDER GENERAL
"Manages the State" . . . carefree . . . dislikes school . . . snail's pace.
Sports Club 1, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3.
CYNTHIA E. BERNES GENERAL
Unpredictable . . . noted walk . . . never in a hurry . . . study shy.
Cheerleader Club 'l, Glee Club 1, Future Nurses Club 2.
MICHAEL BERTOLDI GENERAL
Unconcerned . . . agreeable . . . even disposition . . . seldom seen.
Pinochle Club 'l, Biology Club 2.
VERNON C. BLOCH ACADEMIC
Brainy . , . admired by Soph giris . . . great possibilities . .
Football l, 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2, Intramural Basketbail 1, 2, Volley-
ball 2, National Honor Society 3.
EMILY J. BLOOM COMMERCIAL
Pleasant . . . meticulous . . . short an' sweet . . , pretty brown eyes.
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, Vogue Club 2 3.
ANTHONY J. BOLESTA GENERAL
Track "speedman" . . . indifferent to studies . . , gentleman of lemme
. . . hall patrol.
Cross-Country T, 2, 3, Track T, 2, 3, Pinochle Club l, Sports Club 2, 3.
ROBERT W. BOLICH GENERAL
Unconcerned . . . study shy . , . chronic absentee . , . good dancer.
Chess and Checkers Club l, Intramural Basketball l, 2, Sports Club 2, 3.
MARY ANN BOLTRALIK ACADEMIC
Active . . . contagious laugh . . . husky voice . , . one of the
Glee Club T, 3, Future Nurse's Club l, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter l, 3, Pinochle Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Dramatic Club
3, Spotlight Reporter 3, lXL Reporter 3.
ANITA B. BOTCHEK GENERAL
Sorg b'rd . . flamboyant ,.., Oy al . . . Ircessant .alker.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Maiorette Club T, Baseball l, Chemistry and Pho-
tograhy Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, Spotlight
Typist 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, Spotlight Artist 3, IXL Typist 3, IXL
Artist 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
JOAN A. BOYLE ACADEMIC
Personality plus . . . unassuming . . . chic dresser , . . dramatic
Dramatic Club T, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Student Council T, Cheer-
leader Club l, Newspaper Club 2, 3, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight
Reporter 2, 3, Softball T, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2, Concession
Stand 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Quill and Scroll 3, National Honor
Society 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3, Spotlight Ex-Change Editor 3.
MARY ANN L. BREZICKI COMMERCIAL
Pretty . . . neat dresser . . . speedster . . . constantly seen at M.O.C.
Glee Club l, 3, Cheerleader and Majorette Club l, Volleyball l,
Pinochle Club 2, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter
2, 3, lXL Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight Typist 3, IXL Typist 3, Student
Council 3, Basketball 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
ANN G. BRIDY COMMERCIAL
Chatty . . or giral lfurgh , . rixtrcacrt . . MSS Carrolt's buddy
Cheerleader and Maiorette l, Volleyball l, Glee Club l, Pinochle Club
2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3.
JEAN F, BROSIUS ACADEMIC
Nice to know . . . congenial . . . cute smile . . . future angel of
Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, Heritage Club T, Future Nurses Club 2, 3,
Concession Stand 3.
ELEANOR BUTKIEWICZ COMMERCIAL
A willing worker . . , sincere . . . sunny disposition . . . studious.
Dramatic Club 'l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
Cheerleader Club l, Pinochle Club 2, Glee Club l, Library Assistant
3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3.
JOAN M. BUTTS ACADEMIC
Neat , . . original haircut . , . never hurry, never worry . . , sense
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball 3,
Dramatic Club 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
CONCETTA C. CACCIATORE GENERAL
Pearly teeth . , . long tresses . . . friendly . . . talented singer.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Volley-
ball. 2, 3.
JOHN J. CASHMERE GENERAL
Bashlul but . . . teases the girls , . . unique personality . . . well knit.
Pinochle Club l, Sports Club 2, 3, intramural Basketball l, 2,
CAROL A. CASPER ACADEMIC
Future nurse . . , petite . . , female Beau Brummel . . . candid.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club l, 2, 3, Band T, Basketball l,
3, Spotlight Reporter 3, Volleyball 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3,
Dramatic Club 3.
JERRY H, COI-ICON COMMERCIAL
Confirmed bachelor . . . Colgate smile . , . reserved , . . Jack of all
IXL and Spotlight Mimeographer l, 3, IXL and Spotlight Typist 3,
Hall Patrol 3, Glee Club 3, Biology Club 2, Quill and Scroll 3.
JEANETTE CORTELLINI ACADEMIC
Terrific dancer . , , cute coiffure . . . future Florence Nightingale
. . . Heal.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club l, Photography Club 2, Travel
Club 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter l, 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL
Reporter 3, Volleyball l, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3.
HENRY F. COYNE ACADEMIC
Hails from the "Gap" , . . typical Irishman , . . naturally funny . .
Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Track and Field 1, Baseball 2, Sports Club 1,
Photography Club 2, Physics Club 3, Hall Patrol 3.
KARL J. DALL ACADEMIC
Strictly the intellect . . . perpetual tease . . . moody . . . ambitious.
Student Council 1, 2, Concession Stand l, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball
l, 2, Chess and Checker Club l, Biology Club 2, Wrestling 2, 3,
Volleyball 2, Track and Field 2, Yearbook CoAEditor, Dramatic Club 3,
Hall Patrol 3, Quill and Scroll 3, National Honor Society 3.
DAVID P. DAVIS COMMERCIAL
Quite the hunter . . . seen in 302 . . . loyal to the hall patrol . . .
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Biology Club 2, IXL and Spotlight Mime-
ographer 3, Hall Patrol 3.
THOMAS P. DEJA GENERAL
A regular guy . . . MOC tan , . . Butt's buddy . . . well put together.
.IV Football l, JV Basketball l, Hunting and Fishing Club l, Intramural
B:sketbali 2, Spots Club 2, Wrestnng 3.
HERLEN L. DIETZ VOCATIONAL
lnditterer-r to study. . . a shop boy . . . lanky . . . good pal.
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2 3.
FRANK F. DUFFY GENERAL
Collegiate . . . happy go lucky . . . blonde curly hair . . . hails from
Student Council 3, Glee Club 3.
MARYELLEN EVANKO COMMERCIAL
Demure . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . goes for the underclassmen
. . . eyeryone's friend.
Quill and Scroll 3, Biology Club l, Volleyball l, 2, 3, IXL Typist 3,
IXL Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2,
3, Spotlight Typist 3, Basketball 2, 3, Library Assistant 3, News-
paper Club 2.
WILLIAM D. FAGLEY ACADEMIC
A.tistic , . . never a dull moment . . . life of 209 . . , merry.
Rifle Club 1, IXL Artist 1, Cross Country l, 2, 3, Sport Club 2, Volley-
ball 2, Physics Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 3.
VIRGINIA M. FANTINI ACADEMIC
Witty . . , gilt of gab . . .charming . . . blithesome.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Biology Club I, Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2,
3, Baseball 1, Future Nurses 2, 3, Carrnelite Weekly Reporter 3, Spot-
light Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3, Dramatic Club 3.
FRANK R. FICCA GENERAL
Jocund , . . popular co-captair I... well-known , . , favorite with
the opposite sex.
Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l.
CHARLES N. FINTON ACADEMIC
Sportiye . . . Beau Brumrnel . . . carefree . . . always with the 9529-
Rifle Club l, Band l, Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Student Council l, Cross
Country 2, Sports Club 2, Volleyball 2, Physics Club 3.
AGNES B. GALINIS COMMERCIAL
Pocket-size , . chatterbox . . . "short ard sweet" . . . "MOC" fan.
Carmelite Reporter l, 2, 3, lXL Reporter l, 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter l,
2, 3, Cheerleader Club i, Glee Club l, 2. 3, Newspaper Club 2, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Library Club 2. 3.
JOHN T. GALLAGHER GENERAL
Girl shy . . good ratured . . . quet type . . . hails from Centralia.
Sports Club l, 2, 3, JV Football l, Intramural Basketball l, 2, Chemis-
try Club 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Student Council 3.
LILLIAN L. GEARY GENERAL
Whiz at the typewriter . . . A-1 personality . . . nice to know . .
Hobby Club l, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3,
Chemistry and Photography Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Glee Club 3,
Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3,
Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, Literary Club 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3,
Stadium Usher 3, Golden Key Honor Society 3.
AUSTIN G. GEORGE voCATIoNAL
One of the shop gang . . . tardy bug . . . school shy . . . avoids
Sports Club 1, Pinochle Club 3.
JEANETTE R. GRECO GENERAL
Enjoys dancing . . . flirtatious . . . always going "somewhere" . . .
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Student Council
2, Basketball 2, Dramatic Club 3, Hobby Club 3, Carmelite Weekly
Reporter 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3.
SERAPHINE R. GRECO COMMERCIAL
Talkative . . . speedy . . . always late . . . supports gum industry.
Basketball l, 2, 3, Maiorette Club l, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter 3.
H. JOSEPH GROSSMAN ACADEMIC
Fun to have around . . . class clown . . . carefree . . . drives a green
Track l, JV Football l, Sports Club l, Wrestling I, Hunting and
Fishing Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Varsity Football 3, Yearbook Ad
Soliciting Committee 3.
JOSEPH A. GULA voCATIoNAI.
Unconcerned . . . nice to know . . . teaser . . . always a pal.
Pinochle Club l, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3.
MARY JANE R. GUMMEL COMMERCIAL
A bit shy . . . agreeable . . . cautious . . . kind and considerate.
Glee Club 2, 3,.Basketball 2, 3, Vogue Club 2, 3, Volleyball 3.
JACK W. GUNDRUM ACADEMIC
Amiable . . . class flirt . . . jovial . . . future engineer.
Varsity Football l, Sports Club l, Wrestling I, 2, Track I, Chemistry
and Photography Club 2, Physics Club 3, Dramatic Club 3.
PATRICIA H. GURBA GENERAL
Always prompt . . . graceful and charming . . . petite . . . good
Biology Club l, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Volleyball 2.
CAROL A. HABOWSKI GENERAL
Affable . . . well mannered . . . popular . . . attractive.
Student Council 1, Biology Club l, Baseball I, Basketball l, 2, 3-
Volleyball l, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter
2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3.
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ROBERT M. HARRING ACADEMIC
Athletic . . . well liked . , . interse interest in the "Gap" . . .
always a friend.
JV Basketball 'l, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2, 3, Base-
ball 2, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Spotlight Sports Reporter 3.
ALBERT H. HATZELL GENERAL
Talented . . . teachers trial . . . night owl . . . "in and out of trouble,"
ROBERTA A. HEISER VOCATIONAL
Roving kind . . . l:1oy's delight . . . carefree . . . pert and pretty.
Glee Club 2, 3, Vogue Club 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 2.
ROBERT W. HERB ACADEMIC
Brilliant. . . quiet . , . capable . . . personality plus.
Wrestling l, 2, 3, Pinochle Club l, Chemistry-Photography Club 2,
Traffic Patrol 3, National Honor Society 3.
KAY HOFFMAN COMMERCIAL
Enjoys dancing . . . amicable . , , chic dresser . . . energy plus.
Glee Club lj Biology Club l, Basketball l, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Cheer-
leader and Maiorette Club 2, Yearbook Sales Committee 2, Carmelite
Typist 3, Spotlight Typist 3, IXL Typist 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3,
Golden Key Honor Society 3.
MARY E. HOGAN ACADEMIC
Reserved . . . future nurse . . . typical woman driver . . . a true
Hobby Club 1, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Chemistry and Photography Club
2, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Library Club 3, Stadium Usher 3,
Basketball 3, Future Nurses Club 3.
CHARLES R. HOOPER VOCATIONAL
Happy go lucky . . , expert wrestler , . avid sports fan .
Pinochle Club 1, JV Football l, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Intramural Basket'
ball I, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Volleyball 2.
MILDRED J. HOPEY VOCATIONAL
Hollywood bound . . , polite . . . candid . . . seldom seen alter
Maiorette and Cheerleader Club l, Vogue Club 2, 3, Basketball 3,
Glee Club 3, Volleyball 3.
NANCY E. HORNBERGER GENERAL
Independent.. . . calm, cool, and conservative . . . efficient . .
Hobby Club l, Future Nurses 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Librarian Club 3.
JOHN HORWATH VOCATIONAL
70:00 scholar . . . sincere . , . pint-size Joe Palooka . . . man of
Pinochle Club l, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing
HELEN M. HOWARD COMMERCIAL
Appolo tan . . . attractive , . . always seen primping . . . neat.
Glee Club l, 3, Maiorette Club 1, 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 1, 2, 3,
IXL Reporter l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Dramatic
Club 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter, Editor 3, lXL and Spotlight Artist 3,
Shamokin Citizen Reporter 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
MARGARET M. JAZWINSKI COMMERCIAL
Carrot tcp , , viyacious , . . always ready to laugh . . . avid
Volleyball l, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, Vogue Club 2,
Student Council 2, Basketball 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Yearbook Typist 3.
SHIRLEY A. JEFFERY vocATioNAL
lndifferent to school . . . easy going . . . affable . . . partial to
Volleyball 'l, 2, 3, Vogue Club 2, Cheerleader and Maiorette 2, Basket-
ball 3, Glee Club 3.
WILLIAM J. JEFFREY ACADEMIC
Mischievous . . . sharp dresser . . . cheerful . . . "Oh, those blue
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2, Intramural Basketball l, Sports Club 3.
STANLEY J. JESSICK vocATioNAL
Tall, blond and blue eyed . . . class cut-up . . . likable . . . Tony's pal.
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Fishing and Hunting Club l, Pinochle
Club 1, Athletic Manager 2, 3, Sports Club 2, 3, Stagehand 2.
RAYMOND F. JORASKIE ACADEMIC
Loyal to hall patrol . . . winning smile . . . genial . . . good looking
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, lntramural Basketball l, 2, 3, Sports
Club 3, Hall Patrol 3.
DELORES M. KAMINSKI GENERAL
Friendly . . . Renee's pal . . . has school spirit , . . "sugar 'n spice."
Cheerleader Club l, 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Dramatic
Club l, 2, 3, lXL Staff I, 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, Travel Club 3, Spotlight Staff 3.
HELEN M. KAMINSKI COMMERCIAL
Sports enthusiast . . . sarcastic . , . talks with her hands . .
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Biology Club l, Cheer-
leader Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, IXL Typist
3, Spotlight Typist 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3, Library Assistant 3,
Golden Key Honor Society 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
ROSALIE M. KARLOVICH GENERAL
Energetic . . . blonde . . . lrene's pal . . .obliging.
Glee Club l, Pinochle Club l, 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Concession Stand
l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3, Travel Club 2.
DELORES A. KARYCKI ACADEMIC
Nice to know . . . chief interest-"Sharkey" . . , sense of humor . .
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Biology Club l, Concession Stand 1, 2, 3, Volley-
ball l, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 2, 3, Cheerleader
Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Journalism Club 3, Spotlight Editor 3, Stu-
dent Council 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
EVA L. KNITTLE GENERAL
Witty . . . capricious . . . loves life . . . gift of gab.
Glee Club l, 35 Band 15 Heritage Club I5 IXL Reporter l, 2, 35 Volley-
ball 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club I, 2, 35 Cheerleader Club 25 Basketball 2, 35
Spotlight Reporter 35 Carmelite Weekly, IXL, and Spotlight Typist 35
Bridge and Samba Club 35 Masque and Gavel 3.
PATRICIA A. KOPP GENERAL
Artistic . . . fun loving . . . reserved . . . quick tempered.
Biology Club 'I5 Glee Club l, 2, 35 Volleyball l, 25 Chemistry and
Photography Club 25 Basketball 2, 35 Spotlight and IXL Artist 2, 35
Knitting Club 3.
HENRY A. KRAKOWSKI vocATIoNAL
Well groomed . . . shop boy . . . good looking . . . out-doorsman.
Hunting and Fishing Club 'l, 25 Travel Club 3.
MADELYN M. KRAMER ACADEMIC
Unpredictable . . . cute . . . jovial , . . blushes readily.
Glee Club l, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 15 Basketball 2, 35 Volleyball
2, 35 Chemistry and Photography Cluo 25 Spotlight Reporter 35 Car-
melite Weekly Reporter 35 IXL Reporter 35 Travel Club 3.
RONALD C. KRAMER GENERAL
Lackadaisical . . . never hurries, never worries . . . Mr. Koslowski's
pet . . . loves skating.
Hunting and Fishing I, 2, 3.
SHIRLEY M. KRAMER COMMERCIAL
Typing wizz . . . amicable . . . always with "Kay" . . . tactful.
Heritage Club 15 Volleyball lg Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 25
Basketball 25 IXL Typist 35 Spotlight Typist 3.
JEAN M. KUNSAITIS GENERAL
lndifferent . . . never in a hurry . . . seldom heard . . . moody.
Biology Club 15 Chemistry and Photography Club 25 Knitting Club 35
Carmelite Weekly Typist 3.
WALTER G. KUTZA GENERAL
Shuns girls . . . paper boy , . . "lchabod Crane" . . . quiet.
Sports Club 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 3.
JOSEPH J. LAsKosKI ACADEMIC
"Red hair and Freckles" . . . clean-cut . . . friendly . . . deep voice.
Cross Country 'l, 25 Wrestling l, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 IXL and Spotlight
Artist 15 Hunting and Fishing Club lg Sports Club 25 Volleyball 25
Rifle Club 3.
WILLIAM G. l.ATSHAW GENERAL
Boisterous . . . small in stature . . . teaser , . . roots for the Braves.
Cross Country I5 Track 1, 2, 35 Sports Club 1, 2, 3.
CAROL M. LEONARD ACADEMIC
Neat . . . peppy cheerleader . . . petite . . . full of fun.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, Glee Club I, 2, 3,
Future Nurses Club l, Student Council 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Cheer'
leader Club 2, 3.
MARGARET M. LONG COMMERCIAL
Lives in Atlas . . . domineering . . . impetuous . . . basketball whiz.
Travel Club I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Yearbook Sales
Committee 2, Glee Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Carmelite Weekly Re-
Porter 3, Spotlight and IXL Club 3.
ROBERT A. LONG VOCATIONAL
Always grinning . . . silent type . . . come a day-go a day . .
Travel Club 3.
JOAN M. LUBESKI ACADEMIC
Diligent worker . . . clear diction . . . future technician . . . short
Student Council 'l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 3, Concession Stand l, Volley-
ball I, 2, 3, Baseball l, Biology Club l, Class Vice President l, 2,
Cheerleader Club 2, National Honor Society 3, Bridge and Samba
RAYMOND F. LuBEsIcI
"Terrific Tornado" . . . corridor cop .
Track 1 ,2, 3, Sports Club l, 2, 3, Varsit
ROBERT J. LUCAS
Night life addict . . . loafs at "Pete's"
Pinochle Club l, Intramural Basketball
GEORGE L. Lusicic
Likes to whistle . . . bored with school
. . . curly hair.
Pinochle Club l.
WILLIAM L. Luskus
Athletically inclined . . . happy go lucky
true masculine voice.
tall and blonde . . .
y Football 2, 3, Class Treas-
crew-cut . . . chronic
3, Sports Club 2, 3,
always with the gang
sunny disposition . .
Hunting and Fishing Club l, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2,
3, Track I, Sports Club 2, 3.
ANNA M. MAI-IER COMMERCIAL
Modest . . . taciturn , . . works in "Newberry's" . . . willing worker.
Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, IXL Typist 3, Spotlight Typist 3, Knitting
Club 3, Library Assistant 3, Travel Club I, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3,
Vogue Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
LINDA A. MALIN ACADEMIC
Chic wardrobe . . , blue-eyed blonde . . . well groomed . . . sincere.
Glee Club I, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club
I, 2, 3, Cheerleader Club l, 2, Travel Club 3, Masque and Gavel 3,
National Honor Society 3.
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RICHARD N. MARWINE GENERAL
A big, big man . . . member of the varsity . . . 10:00 o'clock scholar
. . . likes to tease.
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 3, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Track 'l,
Sports Club 2.
ANTHONY MAZURKEVICH VOCATIONAL
Quiet and unassuming . . . evades work , . , women hater . . . shy.
Wrestling I, 2.
MARILYN K. MCCOY GENERAL
Loafs at the "Burr" . . . good dancer . . . flirtatious . . . considerate.
Glee Club 'l, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 'l, Basketball l, 2, 3,
Volleyball 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, IXL Reporter 3,
Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3, Yearbook Typist 3, Travel Club 3.
ELAINE E. MCDONALD GENERAL
Everybody's friend . . . supports the gum industry . . . always laugh-
ing . . . good sport.
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, Basketball I, 3, Volleyball l, 3,
Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3, Spotlight and IXL Club 3.
JANET M. MCFEE ACADEMIC
Pleasing personality . . . thoughtful . . . jokester . . . trig wizz.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club I, 2, Volleyball
l, 2, 3, Baseball l, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Spotlight
Typist 3, IXL Typist 3, Carmelite Weekly Typist 3, Future Nurses Club
3, Masque and Gavel 3.
ROBERT F. MCGOVERN ACADEMIC
Seldom seen after 3:30 . . . brain . . . person of a few words . .
Hunting and Fishing 3, National Honor Society 3.
BARBARA D. MCGRAW GENERAL
Easy going . . . blonde tresses . . . drives a Chrysler . , . never in
Travel Club l, Vogue Club 2, Photography Club 3.
VAUGI-IN B. MERVINE ACADEMIC
Classroom cuteup . . . energetic . , . personality plus . . . true friend.
Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Travel Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council I, 2, 3,
Class President 2, Concession Stand 2, 3, Yearbook Sales Committee
2, Yearbook Ad Soliciting Staff 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Glee Club 3.
CYNTHIA A. MILLER GENERAL
Always with Mary Lou . . . patronizes the MOC . . . agreeable . .
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, Baseball l,
Volleyball l, 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Spotlight Typist
3, lXl. Typist 3.
Joi-IN J. MINISI-IAK voCATIoNAL
Nonchalant . . . Sportsman . . . not very studious . . . good natured.
Track l, 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3.
MARY LOUISE MOLESKI ACADEMIC
Always seen with Cynthia . . . argumentative . . . likes to dance , .
Future Nurses Club 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Travel Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Yearbook
Literary Staff 3.
RAYMOND J. MORGAN VOCATIONAL
Enjoys shop work . . . always singing , , . small but potent . .
RONALD E. MORGAN VOCATIONAL
Cute . . . good natured . , . one of the shop gang . , . always
loafing in "Pete's."
Track 2, 3.
ROSELLA M. MORGAN GENERAL
Good 'n sweet . . . always gay . . . easy to get along with . . .
Glee Club 1, Travel Club 1, 2, Concession Stand 1, 2, 3, Carmelite
Weekly Reporter 3, Future Nurses Club 3.
DOLORES M. MURIN GENERAL
Near . . . conscientious worker . , . pretty . . . always in perfect
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader
Club 1, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, Baseball 1,
2, IXL and Spotlight Reporter 2, 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3, Year-
book Sales Staff 2, Quill and Scroll 3.
BARBARA M. NEIFERT ACADEMIC
Fun loving . , . vivacious , . . enjoyable companion . . . lover of
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleaders Club 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Masque and
DAVID R. NEWTON VOCATIONAL
Nonchalant . . . easy going . , . slow spoken . . . a friendly classmate.
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 3.
EDWARD B. OSTROWKSI vocA'rIONAL
Happy go lucky . . . mischievous . . . shop boy . . . likes to tease.
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 3.
JANE M. PALEMBAS GENERAL
Lovable . . . blonde . . . a friend worth her weight in gold . . .
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club
1, Cheerleader Club 2, Glee Club 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3,
Spotlight and IXL Reporter 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Class Officer 2,
Masque and Gavel 3.
PAULINE A. PASKEVICH ACADEMIC
Pleasing personality , . , nice to know . , . sunny disposition . . .
Band 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 1, 3, Baseball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
Newspaper Club 2, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 3, lXL and Spotlight
Reporter 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3.
DOROTHY M. PAVIS COMMERCIAL
Sociable . . . charming . . . typical teen ager . . . always on the go.
Basketball l, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, Volleyball l, 2,
3, Maiorette 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Carmelite Weekly
Typist 3, IXL and Spotlight Typist 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
AGNES T. PEsARci-iicic VOCATIONAL
Humorous . . . carefree . . . Mr. Boleske's pet . . . full of laughs.
Hobby Club l, Vogue Club 2, Travel Club 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Basket-
ball 2, 3,
DOLORES A. PETROSKY GENERAL
Petite . . . thoughtful . . . always smiling . . . a true friend.
Hobby Club l, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Cheer-
leader and Maiorette Club 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, Travel
MATHILDA A. PIZZOLI GENERAL
Pleasant . . . companionable . . . trustworthy . , . takes things as they
Nurses Club I, 3, Class Officer 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2,
3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, Cheer-
MARY LOUISE POPLAS COMMERCIAL
Easy going . . . jovial . . . whimsical . . . well liked.
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club I, Vogue Club 2, IXL Reporter 2,
Carmelite Typist 3, Concession Stand 3.
WILLIAM J. PRANSKEVICH GENERAL
Never heard . . . reserved . . . indifferent . . . serene.
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Chemistry and Physics Club 2, 3, Track
2, 3, Cross Country 3, IXL Artist 3.
FRANCIS A. PULASKI VOCATIONAL
Unconcerned . . . takes life easy . . . worries little . . . silent classmate.
IRENE A. RAKUS GENERAL
Energetic Cheerleader . . . pearly smile . . . witty . . . pleasant.
Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l, 2, 3, Glee
Club T, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Cheerleader 3,
Spotlight Staff 3, IXL Staff 3.
JOHN G. RANEIRI vocAT1oNAL
Quiet . . . honest . . . shuns girls . . . shop boy.
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3.
ROBERT J. RONEY VOCATIONAL
Short . . . fun loving . . . friendly . . . sparkling eyes.
Pinochle Club l, intramural Basketball l.
GEORGE H. RUBRIGHT ACADEMIC
Delights in teasing the girls , . . good sport . . . talkative , , ,
Rifle Club I, 3, Canasta Club I, Concession Stand 2, 3, Photo and
Camera Club 2, Student Council 3.
THOMAS M. SARISKY ACADEMIC
Athletic . . . well-built , . . good student . . . nice to know.
Varsity Football I, 2, 3, Varsity Track I, 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2, 3,
Glee Club 2, 3.
LARRY P. SASSANI GENERAL
Happy-go-lucky . . . girl shy . . . comical. . . good pal.
Pinochle Club I, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing
Club 2, 3.
ADELINE R. SCHETROMA GENERAL
Charming . . . folly . . . dislikes studying . . . never in a hurry.
Cheerleader Club I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Vogue Club 3.
LAURA J. SCOTT GENERAL
Genial . . , reserved . . . adorable face . . . good natured.
Cheerleader Club I, Vogue 2, Future Nurses Club 3, Volleyball 3.
ANNETTA SEBASTIAN GENERAL
Pretty , . . true friend , . . mischievous . . . natural curly hair.
Glee Club I, 2, Cheerleader Club I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2,
Vogue Club 3.
MARGARET A. SEBASTIAN GENERAL
Affable . . . fun loving . . , neat . . . faithful.
Future Nurses Club I, Glee Club I, Volleyball I, 2, Chemistry and
Photography Club 2, Spotlight and IXL Typist 3, Spotlight and IXL
MARY ANN V. SEROVICH COMMERCIAL
Attractive . . , pleasing personality . , . well dressed . . . studious.
Glee Club I, 2, 3, Student Council l, 3, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Cheer-
leader Club I, Baseball I, Basketball I, 2, 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3,
Heritage Club 2, Carmelite Reporter 2, 3, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight
Reporter 2, 3, Yearbook Sales Committee 2, Junior Magazine Cam'
paign Chairman 2, Concession Stand 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3,
Librarian 3, IXL and Spotlight Club 3, Golden Key Honor Society 3,
Masque and Gavel 3.
KERREN F. Si-iixo VOCATIONAL
Gay . . . capable . . . everyone's friend . . . mannerly.
Volleyball I, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club I, Baseball I, Basketball 2, 3,
Hobby Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, Glee Club 3, Spotlight Reporter 3,
IXL Reporter 3, Newspaper Club 3.
JOHN E. SHUKITT VOCATIONAL
Good looking . , . likable . . . sense of humor . . . generous.
Pinochle Club I, 2, Intramural Basketball I, 2.
NANCY E. SHULL GENERAL
Extrovert . . . MOC fan . . . unpredictable . . . carefree.
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 1, Vogue Club 2, Basketball 2, 3,
Volleyball 2, 3, Nurses Club 3, Concession Stand 3.
JOSEPH F. SI-IuPINsIcI ACADEMIC
Popular . , , good dancer . . . efficient cop . . . dependable worker.
Cross Country 'l, 2, 3, Band I, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club I,
Intramural Basketball I, Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, Chemistry and Pho-
tography Club 2, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 2,
Class Vice President 3, Physics Club 3, Hall Patrol 3, Masque and
DOROTHY N. SLACHTA ACADEMIC
Basketball whiz . . . sociable . . . active . , . intelligent.
Pinochle Club I, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Basketball
2, 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight 2, 3, IXL Reporter
2, 3, Cheerleader 3, National Honor Society 3, Masque and Gavel 3,
Cheerleader Club 3.
DOLORES M. SLOTTERBACK GENERAL
Considerate . . . seldom heard . . . easily amused . . . boy shy.
Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 'l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Basketball 3,
Lois A. SLOTTERBACK COMMERCIAL
Agreeable . . . twirls for "Hi" . . . never hurries, never worries . . .
Volleyball I, 2, 3, Cheerleader and Maiorette Club 2, 3, Basketball
2, 3, Glee Club 3, Drum Maiorette 3.
MERLE C. SLOTTERBACK ACADEMIC
Blithe . . . nice to know, clean-cut . . . dependable.
Sports Club 'l, JV Football 2, 3, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3,
Hall Patrol 3, Physics Club 3, Student Council 3.
ADELE SMIGEL ACADEMIC
Studious . . . competent . . . loquacious , . . neat coiflure.
Biology Club 'l, Chemistry Club 2, Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club
l, 2, 3, IXL Reporter l, 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 2, 3, Student Council
2, 3, Concession Stand 3, Bridge Club 3, Yearbook Ad Soliciting Staff
3, Masque and Gavel 3, National Honor Society 3.
STERLING R. SMITH ACADEMIC
Haunting laugh . . , well-mannered . . . obliging . . . attentive.
Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, Travel Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council l, Physic!
Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Concession Stand 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
GREG H. SOCOLOSKIE ACADEMIC
Collegiate dresser . . , unusual stride , . . photo fiend . . , indifferent.
Yearbook Photographer I, 2, 3, Band 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Cross Country
l, 2, 3, IXI. Artist l, 2, Spotlight Artist l,.2, Chemistry and Photogra-
phy Club 2, Physics Club 3, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Yearbook llayoutl
Editor 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Quill and Scroll 3, National Honor
PAUL J. SPISCI-IOCK VOCATIONAL
One of the shop gang . . . sociable . . . good-natured . . . small
WILLIAM F. STANCAVAGE COMMERICAL
Coach's "buddy" . . . reticent . . . drives a black Ford . . . seldom seen.
Sports Club I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Cross-Country I, 2, In-
tramural Basketball I, 2, Carmelite Weekly Typist 3.
SHIRLEY A. STONE ACADEMIC
Friendly , . . courteous . . . Lois's pal . . . thoughtful.
Heritage Club I, Glee Club I, 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2,
3, Chemistry Club 2, Physics Club 3.
WILLIAM P. STRAUSSER ACADEMIC
Sweet on sophomores . . . one of the "gang" . . . likable . . .
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Cross Country I, 2, 3, Band I, Sports Club I,
2, 3, Orchestra I, Glee Club 2, 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, Hall
Patrol 3, Student Council 2, Class Secretary 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
DOROTHY A. SWABOSKI GENERAL
Loquacious . , , full of fun . . . Roger's girl . . . likes sports.
Cheerleader Club I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Baseball
I, Glee Club 3.
LEONARD M. TOCYLOSKI VOCATIONAL
indifferent to school . . . tranquil . . . impish grin . . . shuns opposite
MICHAEL J. TODISCO GENERAL
Prankster . . . "Tiny Tim" . . . black curly hair . . . neat dresser.
Sports Club I, 2, 3, Jayvee Football I, Jayvee Basketball I, Varsity
Football 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 2.
Lois J. TREFSGAR ACADEMIC
Future nurse . . . dimpled smile . . . "Trig whiz" . . . nice to know.
Heritage Club I, Baseball I, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Hobby Club 2, Future Nurses Club 3, Spotlight Reporter 3,
IXL Reporter 3, Carmelite Weekly Reporter 3.
LEO W. TROUP GENERAL
Easy going . . . apt to blush . . . pensive . . . girl shy.
Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3.
MELVIN S. UFBERG ACADEMIC
Popular . . . well dressed . . . ladies' man . . . loves to tease.
Band 'l, Cross Country I, 2, 3, Class President 3, Hall Patrol 3,
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, Physics Club 3, Intramural Basketball I, Or-
chestra I, Student Council I, 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Varsity
Basketball 2, Sports Club I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
THOMAS F. VERSHINSKI ACADEMIC
Terrific "Tornado" . . . blonde hair-blue eyes . . . always with "Del"
. . . laughs at his own jokes.
Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3, Varsity Football I,
2, 3, Sports Club I, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Glee Club
2, 3, Masque and Gavel 3.
RONALD M. VISOTSKI VOCATIONAL
Drives a "tin lizzy" . . . unconcerned , . , strong supporter of
outdoor life . , . nice-looking.
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2.
LORRAINE M. WARGO COMMERCIAL
Attractive , . . witty . . . favors Coal Township . . . carefree.
Volleyball l, 25 Glee Club 15 Chess and Checkers 25 Dramatic Club
l, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 35 IXL Reporter l, 2, 3.
MARY ANN WARGO GENERAL
MOC fan . . . giggler . . . good pal.. . gift of gab.
Glee Club 15 Chess and Checkers 25 Baseball lp Basketball 2, 35
Volleyball 25 Knitting Club 35 Cheerleader and Maiorette Club l.
FRANCES VVASAKOSKI COMMERCIAL
Rapid speaker . . . DOt's shadow . . . dramatic . . . llirtatious.
Volleyball l, 2, 35 Majorette 2, 35 Cheerleader and Maiorette Club
l, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Spotlight Reporter 35 Dra-
matic Club 3.
LEONARD J. WASAKOSKI ACADEMIC
Tall and lanky . , . friendly grin . . . keeps Order in the hall . .
Sports Club l, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 3.
GEORGE G. WILKINSON GENERAL
Blushes easily . . . willing to work . . . persistent gum chewer . . .
an ardent basketball player.
Intramural Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Sports Club l5 Hunting
and Fishing Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3.
RONALD B. WISANSKY ACADEMIC
Hard to understand . . . snail-paced . . . a nice guy . . . 70:00 o'clock
Intramural Basketball l5 Chess and Checkers Club lg Track 25 Sports
Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Cross Country 35 Dramatic Club 3.
ANNA L. WOOD GENERAL
Petite . , . popular . , . neat . . . dimpled smile.
Dramatic Club I, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club l, 25 Cheerleader 25 Cheer-
leader and Maiorette Club 35 Volleyball 25 Student Council l, 25 Band
l, 25 Masque and Gavel 3.
VIRGINIA T. VVOZNICKI ACADEMIC
Popular with Opposite sex . . . cute . . . artistic ability . . . sunny
Basketball I, 2, 35 Baseball lj Dramatic Club l, 2, 35 Volleyball lj
IXL Reporter l, 2, 35 Spotlight Reporter 2, 35 Carmelite Weekly Re-
porter 2, 35 Cheerleader and Majorette Club l, 35 Cheerleader 35
Student Council 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 25 Masque and Gavel 35
Quill and Scroll 3.
EDWARD F. WYDRA VOCATIONAL
Nice to know. . , school shy . . . quiet . . .shop boy.
Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2.
ZYGMUND J. WYDRA voCA1'IoNAI.
Dark featured . . . boisterous . . . happy-go-lucky . . . perpetual tease.
Pinochle Club l, 3.
THERESA M. WYWADIS ACADEMIC
Extensive wardrobe . . . always writing letters . . . unusual gait . .
Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Cheerleader Club
I, 2, Future Nurses Club 3, IXL and Spotlight Artist 2, 3.
PAUL M. YODEI2 VOCATIONAL
Good-looking . . . tall . . . always seen in his "Merc" . . . sense
Hunting and Fishing Club 2.
ANN M. YOUNG ACADEMIC
Peppy drum majorette , , . well-liked . . . pleasing personality . .
Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, Maiorette Club l, 3, Baseball l,
Band Maiorette 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Dramatic
Club 2, 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3, lXL and Spotlight Artist 2, 3.
MARY LOUISE J. ZALESKI ACADEMIC
Cheers for the "Red and White" . . . friendly and attractive . . .
active in school affairs . . . long tresses.
Cheerleader 3, Dramatic Club 'l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball
'l, 2, 3, Baseball l, Glee Club 2, 3, Future Nurses Club I, Concession
Stand l, 2, Cheerleader Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, Class Treasurer
2, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, Library Club 2, 3, Yearbook
Sales Committee 2, Magazine Sales Committee 2, Carmelite Weekly
Reporter 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
MILDRED A. ZEI.INsIcI ACADEMIC
"Eager beaver" . . . ready to laugh . . . good student . . . agreeable.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club l, 3, Cheerleader Club 2,
Carmelite Weekly Reporter l, 2, Carmelite Weekly Editor 3, IXL
Reporter l, 2, IXL Editor 3, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, Library
Club 2, 3, Spotlight Reporter 3, Quill and Scroll 3.
CARMELLA M. GRECO GENERAL
Glee Club, Future Nurses Club.
Blue and White
Pink Tea Rose
"Onward Ever, Backward Never"
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Enterprising class . . . conducted a successful magazine carn-
paign last fall . . . will take over the reign of next year's senior
class . . . hope to carry on ideals set by the class of "55" . . .
should be able to' do so . . . sponsor Junior-Senior Prom in May
. . . social event of the year . . . crowning of Queen is the height
of the gala affair . . . Miss Catherine Scicchitano and Mr. Charles
Boleske are able advisors . . . have full cooperation of class . . .
OFFICERS-President, Tom Revakg Treasurer, Diane Matskog Secretary, Dot Oliverg
Vice President, Gilly Dallabrida.
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Miss Howard E Amavuru N Barra? L Barnes M A Deflavuo SEECOND ROW B Calveresl C Concmn
L Coyne N Andrlano J Buteia J Augustine T AndruIev:cI1 R Durenzo M Dobson M Brosh M
Bulka THIRD ROW J Chesney R Bergal J Belfontu W Brass E Camp J Bressu
FIRST ROW Mass K Bnllman P Jagloskf J Escanez M Even E Furno C Horwafh B Karpunsku
Frasch U Gndaro S Elko J Fracalossn J A Fnsher SECOND ROW L Glelzman L Glowacku
Gadomsk: M Gasper C Hamer L Joraskl F Henman B L Herb R Glowackn U Gecosky
Galonskn L Grubawucz THIRD ROW C Karpovnch D Hmdmarch J Huuzda J Elgm R Jelus
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FIRST ROW M Ruihs J Osman G Rupo J Rowiand M Rompolsku G Samos E Ramage D Olnver
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FIRST ROW Mr J Kozlowsku B L Shbnz C Shun R Sansky J Sfellfox E Strike C Strawn J Wargo
L Tocylosku M A Skubaszesb M Todnsco B Stabnnsku SECOND ROW J Tomcavage F Shulskn J
Semerod M Slofferback W Swatsku R Shannon A Sclcchutano R Sokol T Summonds THIRD ROW
L Tushnnsku D Smnh W Shnmko J Steunharr D Shulskn L Troyan R S1rocko
FIRST ROW R Wargo M Yentsch M Znmmerman J Zehnsku M Yokemnck T Yetskue L Yuskoske M
Warshesku M Zanesku SECOND ROW J Zenyuh F Yst D Werfman R Zulnck F Womer A
Wasacosk: R Yodus A Warsavage THIRD ROW Mr T Barnes G Wetzel R Warsheskn R Wulluams
Students elected by thetr classmates ln a popular vote
are good students wuth gradeA personalutues take part nn
extracurrlcular acttyltnes extroverts un and out of the class
room conducted a successful Chrnstrnas Card carnpaugn
under the gutdance of theur excellent co advssors Mlss Mary May
an and Mr Gerald Breslrn they should have a successful stay
In M C H S
OFFICERS Dan Fucca Presudent Ray Froutz Vuce
Prestdent Joan Jelus Treasurer Trl Fracalossu
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B nn J Berkh ner J Banosnewucz R B huk ll Belfonte J Angela THIRD ROW T Arnruck
Baynham L Backus M Banlo A Caldoneffu K Alesawskn
F ST ROW V Halkovuch C Erney G Guarna H Galunns H alazln M H Eve G Gu
C Gonzales M Escanez A Cwlmskn SECOND ROW R Frasch A Fenerman A Guacormnu E
Dargunskn, S. Grossman, B. Gengler, R. Ford, T. Defz, J. Guluck, Muss R. Evans, THIRD ROW. L. Gower
J. Davis, R. Froufz, D. Ficca, G. Gustus, J. Haertsch, D. Gissel, D. Fincato.
FIRST ROW: A. Kopfinger, J. Henrie, J. Homberger, P, Lubeskie, B. Kelly, L. Lucas, J. Jelus, J. Karlow
J. Hosgood, J, Kuzo, B. Karlovich. SECOND ROW. D. Langis, R. Kopp, R. Lapinski, J. Kleman, R
Laforre, R. Jurasich, J, Karpinski, J. Lukens, L. Keim. THIRD ROW: B. Howells, G, lvanez, R. Kovack
F. Kopyscianski, R. Kuminski, G. Hovko, D. Kurllla, Mr. J. B. Hogan,
FIRST ROW: B, Pascavage, S. Newton, L. Osman, C. Miller, E. Megosh, L. McHail, A. Osiroski, A
Luskus. SECOND ROW: J. Paczkoski, J. Morrow. J. Matuseviclw, E. Mora1elIi, R. Ma1sko, S. Milulski, J
Martin, D. Marlow, R. Moncavage. THIRD ROW: R. Novak, R. Patrick, C, Marquehe, G. Palovick, A
Mosella, I. Mrofka, F. Paczkoski, J. Marinelli.
FIRST ROW M Rydzewsku V Ryan P Summons M Shne A M Posupanko J Shubnak J Shelsku
R Slotrerback A Shukm B Reecherv S S?artzel J Petruskn SECOND ROW L Repella R Smnh W
Soulges J Pavloskn T Santomreru J Rakus W Slotrerback P Shananskl
FIRST ROW R U uguez J Bavanck A Wullnams S Wywada D Zengemfuse D Thomas
Yavorsky C Yeager F Todusco R Wnlchacky E Tanney SECOND ROW Mass McCar1hy S Varano
W Urbanowlcz T Wolfe E Whupple J Zecosky G Zelez S Toy THIRD ROW R Yocurn E Tarlecky
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Student body paraded to Silver Bowl for annual Field Day
observance April 14, 1954 . . . pretty Peggy Hindmarch was
voted Queen . . . her retinue included Barb Petruski, Helen
Karlovich, Virginia Woznicki, Mary Ann Brezicki, Suzy Elko, and
Loretta Yuskoski . . . Queen and court were presented with
attractive gifts by track captain Joe Chango . . .
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Recreation program went into full swing in January . . . typing
room and library facilities were open . . . dancing in lO5 . . .
study hall lO6 was converted into a game room, complete with
television, cards, darts, checkers, jig saw puzzles, etc .... gym
was used for girls' intramural basketball program . . . school
was always crowded when program was in effect . . .
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Added humor to rallies . . . original stunts for skits furnished
amusing interludes between cheers . . . always looked forward
to by student body . . . stunts like Smitty's Marilyn Monroe act,
Von Mervine as the monster, and Adele Smigel as Vampira kept
the kids on their toes . . . all were the product of hard work
. . . Set a new precedent which will be carried on in the future
Girls' gym teacher, Miss Mary Mayan, stresses the importance
of physical fitness . . . everyone participates in such gym sports
as tumbling, basketball, baseball, volleyball . . . an innovation this
year was square dancing . . .girls may also take part in intramural
sports . . .
Various different programs are used during the school year . . .
ro ram starts with touch football in the fall includes basket-
p g . . .
ball, volleyball, handball, wrestling, tumbling . . . intramural
basketball program is in the hands of Mr. Joseph Paskevich, gym
instructor . . .everyone is encouraged to take part . . .
Senior high cabinet-makers . . . lnstructor, Mr. Frank Bartos,
directs boys in use of power tools such as circular saw, lathes,
drill presses, iointers . . . measurement is an important feature in
this course . . . these boys may use this training in future years . . .
Future Machinists of America . . . Vocational course dealing
with metal work . . . Mr. Harry Boyer, instructs boys on use of
metal lathes, metal planes, drill presses, etc .... beautiful lamps,
useful household articles, and tools are made by the Annex-
ites . . . they will take their place among the workers of tomor-
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A course of study designed primarily for instructing young girls in the care and
management of the home . . . some phases of the course include: cooking, care
and construction of clothing, use of modern household appliances . . . under
the adept supervision of Miss Jean Shovlin, the girls also gain a smattering of table
manners, child care, and budget planning.
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Stagehands work behind the scenery and keep the show
moving . . . always willing to help . . . Dramatic Club, Student
Council, grateful for the efforts of this fine group . . . Managers
keep track of athletic equipment . . . accompany teams to
various sporting events . . . the "cage" is their haven
athletic groups extend thanks for iob well done . . .
All four performances of "Her Royal Highness, Miss .lones"
were a huge success . . . directed by Miss Scicchitano, Mrs. Cecil
and Mr. Barnes . . . weeks of rehearsal before opening night
. . . elaborate lighting and colorful settings augmented the
favorable reception . . . a cooperative and .conscientious cast
enabled the directors to produce a fine rendition . . .
Our hrgh school years
Are memorres that we ll treasure
Dreams of our times together
At Mount Carmel High
Our schooling s through
But we will not be downhearted
Our lrves are to be started new
Well recall with sentlmental pleasure
All our ,oys and sorrows we had here
Farewell to thee
O high school of our trarnmg
Songs will for thee be stramlng
Mount Carmel Hrgh
Before we leave
These halls for the very last tlme
We d like to thank at this ttme
Teachers and friends
All who have made
Our brlef vlsrt here so loyful
Pleasant as any
Hrgh school could ever be
Let the vrsrons of our class llve ever
In the minds of teachers that we knew
Goodbye to thee
Farewell to thee greatest hrgh school
We never shall forget you
Mount Carmel Hrgh
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The Red Tornadoes' 1954 season brought to Coach Terry his first championship,
while at the helm of a Mount Carmel team . . . Mount Carmel captured Eastern
Conference Championship, posting a TO-O-l record
SAYRE . . . formerly undefeated . . . MAHANOY CITY . . .three in a row,
M.C.H.S. captured first win in a tough with the score T8-O.
20-l3 ballle ' ' ' BERWICK . . . championship hopes
TAMAQUA . .. playing their second rose, with a 26-6 victory . . .
game the Tornadoes blew into town
with a 25-l-4 score . . .
KUPLMONT . . . it was
five in a row, with a 25-7
score . . .
COAL TWP .... in the
last few minutes of play,
M.C.H.S. tied the score
7-7 . . .
POTTSVILLE . . . M.C.H.S.
responded by licking Potts-
ville 24-12 . . .
ASHLAND . . . M.C.H.S. crushed
AshIand's hope of an upset atter a
fast start, with a 43-12 victory . . .
SHENANDOAH . . . covered with
mud, the Red Tornadoes returned to
Mt. Carmel with a 32-7 victory . . .
After winning the Southern Division
SUNBURY . . . championship hopes
rested with this game . . . with a 19-7
victory, things looked bright . . .
SHAMOKIN . . . meeting the Grey-
hounds at home on Thanksgiving Day,
M.C.H.S. won the Southern Division
of the Conference with a 31-13
score . . .
of the Eastern Conference, Coach Terry's
gridders went on to capture the Eastern Conference title, with a 34-13 score over
West Scranton. Highlighting the season was the selection of Tom Vershinski, Glenn
Wetzel, and Dan Ficca to all-state teams.
THE SEASON'S RECORD
M.C.H.S. 20 SAYRE
M.C.H.S. 25 TAMAQUA
M.C.H.S 18 MAHANOY CITY
M,C.H.S 25 KULPMONT
M.C.H,S 7 COAL TOWNSHIP
M.C.H.S 24 POTTSVILLE
M.C.H.S 43 ASHLAND
M.C.H.S 32 SHENANDOAH
M.C.H,S 19 SUNBURY
M.C.H.S. , 31 SHAMOKIN
M.C.H.S. , 34 WEST SCRANTON
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Championships seem to come in cycles . . . Last one was in i927 . . . "Cinderella
Kids" started off by beating Sayre . . . rolled on through all other opponents . . .
Torn Vershinski and Dan Ficca made All-State team . . . Championship playoff took
place at Scranton . . . Team and coaches interviewed by television, press and
radio . . . Along with the large crowd at the game were snow flurries and bitter
cold . . . Team set new school record with undefeated season . . .
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Kautter's passing was one of the team's most dangerous attacks . . . Glue-
coated hands of Ron Jelus and Tom Vershinski always seemed to be on the
receiving end . . . Flashy running by Glenn Wetzel and Bob Shannon ac-
counted for many yards . . . Tom Ravak, Bill Luskus, Bill Coyne, Tom
Sarisky helped to provide the iron line . . . Dick Marwine's touchdown
will be long remembered .
Coal Township game . . .
. . also Frank Ficca's placement kick at the
Eleven seniors played final game for MCHS December 4, 1954 . . . Tom
Vershinski, Frank Ficca, Tom Sarisky, Vern Block, Joe Grossman, Dick
Marwine, Bill Luskus, Bill Coyne, Mike Todisco, Bob Harring, and Ray Lubeski
laid aside their pads after that day . . . College offers have been numerous
. . . Next year's team should show promise . . . Team scored 304 points
this season as compared to opponents' 113 . . . Score of championship
game was the highest since series started in 1941 . . . Attendance at all
games, home or away, was high, showing that the town was behind team
all the way...
Under the able tutelage of Coach Thomas Vershinski, the
'55 squad tried to the best of its ability, but just didn't seem
to be able to make the grade . . . the team piled up a record
of five wins against fourteen defeats for the season . . .
many games were lost by close scores, however . . . team
improved greatly towards end of season . . .
Tom Vershinski was by far the highest scoring man of
the team . . . the tall senior was good for at least 25 points
in every game . . . two fellow seniors, George Wilkinson and
Bob Harring finished their third season together on the
hardwoods . . . Wilkinson proved to be especially valuable
in setting up plays . . . Harring turned in a record of cool,
steady and dependable ball . . . both were credited with
many assists in the Red Tornadoes scoring records . . .
Ron Jelus, a junior, proved himself to be the scrapper
of the team . . . his lively patter seemed to be the inspiration
the team needed . . . stellar rebound man . . . used his
lanky frame to good advantage in clearing the boards . . .
Nat Andreano, short but potent, was the smallest member
of the starting five . . . his steady eye accounted for many
markers ...was prominent with his defensive work.. .
Eddie Camp, another iunior, proved himself to be a hustler
. . .appeared in many games toward the end of the season
. . . noted for his hard driving tactics . . . did much'relief
work . . .
Tom Revak and John Chesney were also called upon for
relief . . . both were full of spirit and initiative . . . had the
ability to hit from all over the court . . . both were veterans,
and had played .I-Vee ball together . . .
Dave Gissel, the only sophomore member of the squad,
proved to be a dead-eye from the foul line . . . appeared
chiefly in relief rolls . . . Coach Vershinski molded his '54-
'55 edition of the Red Tornadoes from the above candidates
. . . Dave Matlow was official scorer of the team . . . faith-
fully attended every game and did a fine iob . . . Bob War-
sheski proved competent in his first year as basketball
manager . . .
THE SEASON'S RECORD
M.C.H.S. COAL TOWNSHIP
MvC.H.S. SHAMOKIN ,
M.C.H.S SAINT EDWARD'S
M.C.H,S COAL TOWNSHIP
M.C.H.S SAINT EDWARD'S
M.C.H S. POTTSVILLE
THE SEASON S RECORD
Hlghs grapplers set forth thelr best record
ID the 55 season slnce the return of the sport
three years ago under the able coachung of
Mr Charles Sacavage the Red Tornadoes of the
mats turned nn 7 wuns agaunst 8 defeats slate
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Heavyweight Bill Luskus came through the entire season undefeated, with a
14-O record . . . next in line were Charles Hooper Q12-3j, and John Minishak,
with a 9-4 slate . . . featherweight Joe Lapinslci turned in a 9-3 record, and was
followed by a newcomer to the sport, John Cashmere C7-6D . . . Joe Shupinski
and Ralph Homboski finished the season with identical records, both with 4-8
finals . . . Tom Deia copped 4-ll, and was followed by Lou Grubawicz, with
4-3 . . . two seniors followed, Bob Herb with 3-4 and Karl Dall, who finished
with a 2-8 slate . . . Jerry Ozlanski, a freshman tied his man in the final meet,
to come up with a 2-7-l record . . . Tony Warsavage and Dave Revak finished
it off with 2-6 and O-l records, respectively . . .
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Successful season was had in l954 by the Red Tornadoes of the cinder
track . . . beating Coal Township and Mahanoy City, and coming out second
in the District 4 and Southern Conference meets, the runners went on to the
Penn Relays where they captured fifth place in their heat . . . lettermen
who will hang up their spikes after this season are: Tony Bolesta, Torn Sarisky,
Rav Lubeski, Ron Morgan, Mel Ufberg, Tom Vershinslci, John Minischak, and
Bill Pranskevich . . .
Last year, High's baseball squad com-
piled a fine 9-3 record in regular season
play . . . success was attributed to a strong
pitching staff and power in the batting
lineup . . . in the District Playoff at Marion
Heights, a strong Shamokin nine ruined
Mount Carmel's hopes of continuing on-
ward . . . final score was ll-6 . . . con-
gratulations are extended to able coach
Thomas Vershinski and the team on a
superb season . . .
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Chosen by a vote of the Senior Class last spring . . . pranced
and danced at pep rallies and football games . . . their natural
beauty was heightened by the addition of gay new uniforms . . .
these high-stepping misses are under the direction of Miss Mary
Mayan . . . they are: Fran Wasokoski, Susie Greco, Lois Slotter-
back, Dot Pavis, Helen Howard, Jeanette Greco, and Ann
Young . . .
Last May these peppy misses were chosen to the cheerleading
squad . . . played a great part in boosting team morale, on and
oft the field . . . practiced frequently under the supervision of
Miss Mayan . . . thought up novelty stunts and new cheers for
pep rallies . . . remember the comedy chorus with Ronnie
Novak? . . . Have distinction of being cheerleaders ot a cham-
pionship team . . . Added a touch ot color to basketball games
. . .did a fine iob all around . . .
Composed of upperclassmen Interested an dramatucs members of thus club
dlsplay their abllnty nn short plays, pageants and other productions throughout
the year Instrumental In producing operetta H R H Mass Jones proper
speech and poise IS stressed by these amateur thesplans
President VAUGHN MERVINE Advfsors MRS ROMONA CECIL
Vice Presvdent ADELE SMIGEL MISS CATHERINE SCICCHITANO
Treasurer MARY ANN SEROVICH
Secretary DOLORES KARYCKI
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Upperclass chorus consisting of Senior girls . . . sang in coniunction with Boys'
Glee Club at Christmas Pageant . . . participated in outside school activities and
other school programs . . . excellent direction was rewarded by outstanding re-
sults . . .
President , , ,, JANET MCFEE Secretary , DOLORES KARYCKI
Vice President IRENE RAKUS Treasurer , DOT PAVIS
Director-MR. TIMOTHY BARNES
Second step in high school dramatics . . . members take part in school programs
during the year . . . receive parts in plays, the operetta, and other dramatic pre-
sentations . . . members try out along with Sophomores and Seniors at the
beginning of the school term . . . instructors emphasize proper use of speech and
stress diction . . . Juniors participated in the Christmas Pageant . . . made up a
large part of the cast . . . also appeared in the Thanksgiving play and the farce
on "TWIRP" season . . . their dramatical talent is not to be taken lightly . . .
ome produce a professional appearance while behind the footlights . . .
Junior Representative-DOT METZINGER
Fine choral group composed entnrely of glrls from the Junlor class sung at
Baccalaureate practuce weekly an auclntorlum along wuth the Sensor gurls
talent as drawn from thus group for use In assemblues talent shows stage produc
tnons etc proved to be source of many fnne vouces for the Christmas Tableau
long hours of dnlngent practice are resoonsnble for the outstandnng achneve
ments of thus elute group
Drrector MR TIMOTHY BARNES
Starts the development of dramatic talent in students . . . fall try-outs are held
in which aspirants display their abilities in original plays or skits . . . members
learn "tricks of the stage" . . . really live their parts . . . gain the art of "cue catch-
Sophomore Representative-ED ZAREK
Induction center for future vocalists meet every Wednesday in auditorium
gain experience which is valuable in future years are instructed in various
musical arrangements such as folk songs religious hymns, and classics
Pfesrdenr JOAN SHUBIAK VIC-ff President SUE GROSSMAN
secretary JOAN mus Treasurer ANNA GIACOMINI
Local news is published weekly in Mount Carmel Item . . . reporters receive
points according to number of news articles turned in weekly . . . editors are
picked from senior reporters with highest number of points . . . may be used as
qualifications for Quill and Scroll . . .
Editors VIRGINIA ARASIM Advisors ,, MISS HELEN CARROLL
MILLIE ZELINSKI MRS. ROMONA CECIL
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Great boon to the school . . . keeps traffic moving in a steady stream . . .
prevents congestion . . . persistent rule breakers are "hauled in" to Traffic Court
in TO6 . , . judgment is pronounced and sentences are given out . . . polishing
auditorium brass seems to be a favorite sentence . . . patrol's duties also include
management of building during dismissal. . .
Group of girls who volunteer for work in the library in their free time . . .
work is always praiseworthy . . . help produce a clean, orderly library . . . this
facilitates reference work and the job of locating books . . . duties include mend-
ing, binding of books, lettering new volumes, and presiding over study hall
groups in the absence of the librarian . ..
Head Librarian-MISS EDNA OLSHEFSKI
Write copy for school publications, the IXL and the SPOTLIGHT
produce all the local scoops . . . opportunity is offered for
laboratory work in iournalism . . . deadlines often seem hard to
. . . IXL is school magazine . . . contains features, gossip,
editorials, etc .... SPOTLIGHT is hi-school newspaper . . . fea-
articles, sports news, interviews, etc .... both are well
Advisors-MISS ADA BAHNER and MRS. ROMONA CECIL
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Business staffs of publications do all mechanical work . . . covers, spot drawings,
headings, are all part of the work of the artists . . . typists arrange copy, cut
stencils . . . printing staff takes care of reproduction, often "burns the midnight
oil" in 302 . . . all technical phases of work are taken care of by these ambitious
groups . . .
Advisor-MISS HELEN CARROLL
Perfect example of student selfrgovernment . . . two representatives are elected
in each homeroom . . . instituted "Student of the Month" this year . . . sponsored
Sadie Hawkins Dance, Skating Party . . . produced Halloween and Thanksgiving
Day plays . . . gives students a chance to practice parliamentary procedure . . .
introduced TWIRP season . . .
President VAUGHN MERVINE Corresponding Secretary VIRGINIA WOZNICKI
Vice President MATHILDA PIZZOLI Recording Secretary SUZANNE ELKO
Treasurer ADELE SMIGEL Advisor MR, JOSEPH KOZLOWSKI
Excellent choral group . . . took part in Shamokin Exchange Program . . . pre-
sented skit at faculty Christmas dinner . . . consists of sophomore, junior, and
senior boys . . . 7:30 practices . . . "Let's sing Muskrat Ramble!" . . . "There Is
Nothing Like a Dame" chorus will long remember tattoos . . .
President , TOM SARISKY Secretary GREG SOCOLOSKIE
Vice President , , ,HTOM VERSHINSKI Treasurer , , FRANK DUFFY
Director-MR. TIMOTHY BARNES
Composed of boys who participate and are interested in sports . . . wrestling,
football, basketball, track, and baseball are a few of the sports represented . . .
view films of local athletic events, primarily football . . ,meet backstage during
club periods . . . boys pick up bits of information concerning sports which are
little known . . .which are bound to be helpful in later years . . .
President ,Y,Y,,YA,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W AYNE KAUTTER Treasurer ,, ,, JOE ELGIN
Vice President ,,,,,,,, MIKE TODISCO Sergeant-af-Arms , RON JELUS
Secretary Y,,, , ,,,,,, ,, ,,,, BOB SHANNON Advisor ,, , MR, MICHAEL TERRY
Showed slides of interesting locales in our country and abroad . . . culture and
customs of foreign lands are discussed . . . trip to Hershey highlighted year . . .
everyone enioyed Ice Capades . . . well-traveled advisor lectures on his trips to
exotic, distant, countries of the world . . .
President t VAUGHN MERVINE vice President t t s LINDA MALIN
Advisor , MR. CHARLES BOLESKE
Composed of girls who are interested in the useful hobby of knitting . . .
beautiful articles of apparel, and household implements are made . . . fundamentals
are learned by novices . . . standard stitch, "Knit one, purl two," is the byword . . .
President ANN MAHER Vice President , JEAN KUNSAITIS
Advisor MISS RUTH EVANS
Pinochle fundamentals are taught to beginners of the game . . . tournaments are
held, in which all members participate . . . competition is stiff . . . four hand and
six hand pinochle are played . . . "Man, look at this hand!" . . . group participates
in lively contests during the weekly club periods . . .
President, , , W TOM OLIREERI Secretary . ELAINE STRIKE
vice President , is ,ssssss, ED ZAREK Advisor .,,,,, .Vs,,. M R. JOHN HOGAN
Members concentrated on learning the fundamentals of the rules and pro-
cedures of this interesting card game . . . two types of bridge, contract and
auction are played . . .tournaments were planned and enacted . . .
President ELEANORE BUTKIEWICZ Seffefw A EVA KNWTLE
Vice Pregidenr E VVADELE SMIGEL Treasurer ,,,,, , , JOHN LUBESKI
Advisor-MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD
Future cheerleaders and malorettes practice cheers baton twirling
in gym . . . girls who have already achieved positions always present
to lend a helping hand and demonstrate "tricks of the trade
during meetings, walls resonate with high-pitched yells . . . "Practice
Makes Perfect" is the theme
President IRENE RAKUS
Vice President SUSIE ELKO
Secretary JANIS ADAMS
Advisor MISS MARY MAYAN
Students famsltarnze themselves wnth advanced theorues of physncs perform
expernments vvhnch ullustrate scnentufnc pnncuples fnlm straps are used to help
vusuallze points most of the members plan scnentnfuc careers statuc generator
was source of amusement expansnon of water as ut changes to :ce was
Presrdent BOB HERB Secretary FRANK DUFFY
Vrce Presfdent BILL FAGLEY Advisor MR JOSEPH YOZLOWSKI
Members are lnstructed In the proper methods of handlmg rxfles field trnps
are held members practice on local polnce target range marksrnanshnp lS
greatly Improved nn tournaments held by the club gaun tnps on safe handling
through xnstructlon and practlce
Presfdent Boa MARZARI
Secretary Treasurer JERRY HVIZADA
AdVlSOf MR GLENN MENGES
Composed of girls who enioy discussing and analyzing the fashions of the day
. . . decide what is "a la mode" . . , there was much concern this year over Dior's
H-Line . . . girls discuss latest Paris fashions . . . new prints, with their new pastel
colors are "given the once over" . . . discuss value of the overblouse and the
coming overblouse look . . . the use of hats, gloves and other accessories is related
and demonstrated . . . .
President THERESA ROGUTSKI Secretary ANNETTA SEBASTIAN
Vice President REGINA GLOWACKI Advisor ,,,, MISS REGINA SHOVLIN
Students who plan to go unto nursung learn more about thelr chosen profession
graduates of M C H S who have gone unto nursung otten present to lecture
provldes llterature, nnformatnon on nursing schools to tnterested students
members vlslt local clrnncs and hosputals
Presrdent THERESA WYWADIS
Secretary Treasurer JEAN FANTINI Advtsor MISS KATHRYN BILLMAN
Fascnnatung scnentntnc games progressuve players possess foresxght and
keenness of mlnd . . . untrtcate plays are formulated nn the braln long before the
pieces are moved . .
Pr9Slder1T ......,,,,,,. ,Y,,,,,.,.A S TELLA BEDNARSKI Segrefafy Y,,YAA, A,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,Y,, A N N BRIDY
Vice President ,,,, ,a,,, M ARY ANN BREZICKI Treasurer ,,,,V,,, K ,V,,,V,,,VVV,,V,,,,A, MARY A, BOTRALIK
Advisor-MR. ROMAN KOROPCHAK
Films are shown which demonstrate techniques of hunting and fishing to mem-
bers . . . instruction on art of fly-tying is available to interested members . . .
importance of the safe handling of hunting equipment at home and in the field
is stressed . . .
President , . , ,LARRY SASSANI Secretary , , , FRED WOMER
Vice President ,,,,,, DEN SHULSKIE Treasurer N RON NOVAK
Advisor-MR. JOSEPH PASKEVICH
Members of this club are concerned with the study of plants and animals . . .
organized a well-balanced aquarium . . . study functions of the human body,
photosynthesis, etc .... have a battery of Wollensak microscopes at their dis-
posal . . .
President JANE BERGER Secretary E REU FORD
Vice President PETE SOULGES Tfeawfef f --f---" f f RONALD SMHH
Advisor-MISS MARIE MCCARTHY
Consists of girls who show an avid interest in iournalism . . . most of the mem-
bers are found on staffs of school publications . . . various aspects of iournalistic
work are studied.. . help keep IXL, Spotlight, moving . ..
pwsidem DOLORES mrzvcici treasurer Aewes GAuNis
secretary JOAN BOYLE Adnsui .iss Am BAHNLR
Club consists of picture-minded students . . . at meetings, the proper techniques
of taking pictures, developing and printing are discussed and illustrated . . .
important parts of a camera are examined and the function of each part is de-
scribed . . . members study photography as a hobby and an art. . .
President ED SARISKY Secretary SHARON STARTZEL
Vice President TOM YODZIS Treasurer , NORMA SMIGEL
AdvisorfMR. TIMOTHY BARNES
"Pen-pals" of M.C.H.S .... correspond with students of other countries . . . learn
facts concerning habits of peoples, other oddities of foreign ways of life . . . in-
teresting and informative activity . . . names are dispensed by Mrs. Cecil . . . new
found friends are met through the magic of the postal system . . . letters are
eagerly awaited . . . quickly read and then compared with others . . .
President ,,,,,,,,,,, , MARY ANN YOKEMICK Treasurer ,, ,, , CAROL ERNEY
Vice President ,,,, , ,,,,,,, JOAN ZELlNSKl Secretary , JOANNE YAVINSKY
Advisor-MRS. ROMONA CECIL
Group of boys who are adept at different handicrafts . . . proper methods of
handlingtools and measuring instruments are exolained and demonstrated . . .
various branches include cabinet-making, lathe-work, and metal work . . . boys
make many useful articles . . . some of finished work has a professional appear-
ance . . . boys learn blueprint reading, some take the initiative to design their own
furniture, etc .... the ability to fashion useful and decorative articles can lead
one to a profitable occupation . . .
Advisor-MR. JACOB SEBASTIAN
Labortous process ot puttung together such a
publucatlon as the yearbook was allevuated greatly
by a cooperatuve Staff all worked hard as a
umt to beat the deadlnnes photos budgetmg
plannung layouts wrntung mallnng among manor
problems of the Staff advertssung Staff dld a
great rob overshootrng therr quota by a great
dtd a wonderful rob not to be forgotten are
the typlsts photographers and advertuslng
Staff hard worknng persevernng advlsor
guided Staff through tts many problems
Lfterary Edrror Typfsts
KARL DALL MARILYN MCCOY
MR WALTER S CHESNEY
deal . . . Sophomore and Junior sales committees
Honorary society for students of the drama . . . members must participate in a
number of on-stage productions . . . penning of an original play is an essential
for membership . . . some of the best are later presented on stage . . .
President voN MERVINE Treasurer ADELE SMIGEL
vice President , Y E JOAN BOYLE Advisors Mlss CATHERINE SCICCHITANO
Secretary DoLoREs KARYCK1 MRS. ROMONA CECIL
Honorary society for commercial and general course students . . . members
must have scholastic average of 902 . . . must participate in extracurricular activities
. . . all have contributed to welfare of school . . .
President , HELEN KAMlNSKl Treasurer LILLIAN GEARY
vice Pfestdenr MARY A. SEROVICH Advisors
MISS REGINA SHOVLIN
MR. GERALD BRESLIN
Honorary organization for students of the academic course . . . international
organization . . . members must have 9072 average for three years in high school
. . . character plays a big part in membership qualifications . . . conducts scholar-
ship exam annually...
President KARL DALL Secretary LINDA MALIN
Vice President ADELE SMIGEL Treasurer JOAN LUBESKI
Advisor-MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD
Honorary iournalistic society . . . members are chosen from publications on
which they have done outstanding work . . . must be in upper third of class . . .
must be recommended by advisor . . .
President GREG SOCOLOSKIE Seffefary JOAN BOYLE
Vgfe pfesfdem HELEN HOWARD Treasurer DOLORES MURIN
Advisor-MISS ADA BAHNER
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WORKMEN S SUPPLY COMPANY
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HELEN B LYONS
RAMAGES SERVICE STATION
7 Wesi' A e Ph 9762
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