Mount Carmel Catholic High School - Yearbook (Mount Carmel, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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N 5 'fm E- 3 X X xx gg I 1 3 i Rnght Reverend Monsrgnor Stan ley A Dobmns, Pastor of Holy Cross, Mount Carmel Reverend Francxs J Dmkel, Pas tor of St Peter s, Mount Carmel The falth and zeal shown by our Pastors w1ll ever Q... mspxre those fortunate enough to have felt then' 3 mfluenee ln our Parlsh actlvltles and 1n our splr xtual llfe, we have been blessed, mdeed, wlth Chrnst lxke leaders We are most grateful for the1r guxdance and thelr care m furthermg our Catholxc way of l1fe Rnght Reverend Monsxgnor Lawr ence F Schott, VF, Pastor of Our Lady s, Mount Carmel .qu-gamf -3 QW-.av Reverend Joseph J C Petrovnts, STD, JCD, Pastor of St Mary Reverend Alphonse Marcmcavage Pastor of St Casxmnr s, Kulpmont of the Assumptnon, Kulpmont A...-li Reverend Patnck J Phelan Pas Reverend J0SePl1 J Sklblllskl tor of St Ignatnus, Centralna CSS? , P25f01' Of our MOIIICI' of PASTORS 6 Consolatxon, Mount Carmel 59" Reverend Francxs A Szumxerskx, Reverend Stephen A Zajac, Pas C S Sp , Pastor of St Joseph s tor of St John s, Mount Carmel Mount Carmel 2 "K I y Mm' f .ian . P f -f , KI 1- K - 3 ' ' k.e'. 4 , ' ' , . . - . , ' ' ' , . . . . . . . s 1 L ,f , K' 6 ' 'C , u , - . . . ., 'hr A . . . . , , . , D . iyJ772l?lli5'lf7dlQ2'7l With a truly Catholic influence that is as inten- sively national as it is local, our esteemed Diocesan Superintendent of Schools, the Right Reverend Monsignor Robert J. Maher, is a dynamic force in shaping our destiny so that we may be citizens of Heaven. He is ably assisted by the newly-appointed School Visitor, the Reverend Daniel Menniti, of whom we are especially proud since he was a former student at Catholic High School. Our devoted Principal, the Reverend James E. Noel, completes this trio, all tending to the full development of every student. The Right Reverend Monsignor Robert J. Maher Diocesan Superintendent of Schools I' The Reverend Daniel j. Menniti The Reverend James E' Noel Diocesan School Visitor Principal if eww' Reverend Anthony J McGmley, AB Sophomore Relxgnon Instructor Reverend Louns Creedon, AB Sophomore Relxgnon Instructor channeled by their ceaseless efforts In the role of enthusxastnc and understandmg teachers, these our Prxests hwe tau hc us earnestl how to know, love and serve God 8 Y To them, we owe much Rellgnon courses have been 1nsp1rat1onal and enhghtcmng whether they were Dogma Church Hnstory, or Apolo etncs The word of God has been sown 1n our hearts Ma these our 8 Y teachers reap a reward, IS our grateful w1sh Reverend Woodrow W Jones, AB Reverend James F La Croce, A Jumor Rehgnon Instructor Freshman Relxgxon Instructor X' 'kr' Reverend Francxs J Hudak, AB Reverend Andrew Bnberger, OSB Freshman Rehgnon Instructor Spnrntual Advrser and fnencl of all students Reverend John M Jendzura, C S Sp , A B Jumor Relngnon Instructor ' K 1 y ' ,, i ' 1 ' - , , , , .B. 4 ,Q, , l. .s . 4 , B ,xr B B X we strive toward With a sincere desire to guide us into channels which will uncover our richest intellectual and moral resources, Mother M. Clare Frances is untiring in her efforts. Her interested questioning and almost uncanny analysis of our abilities have been a power that has directed so many of us into the realization of what our future should be. Never too busy to listen or to advise, Mother has been so helpful to us, facing the ordeal of College En- trance Examinations, Nurses' Training, or the issue, What Shall I Be? To the perplexed student, this guidance is truly Godsent. Mother M. Clare Frances, A.B., M.A. Prefect of Studies Latin E LIGHTE ME T 'O--em-...,,, WM ""h """'-1--... v"'lRssnwM4, We come to know God through the mamfes tatxon of H15 works Our studxes unfold to us the knowledge of H15 umverse and our obllga txons to Hlm and to our fellow men. if N ugh cgi Sl' John Brophy, Student Representa tive from 9A Ronald Joyce Student Represent ative from 9B Theresa Frances Kane of 9B bid us a cheery Good Morning. xiii!! .ff The informality of corridor gab- xessions before school often leads to the treasured friendships that make high school days so memor- able. Quan.. Qiesfimefz The eager Freshmen, the fond target for the upper- classmen, strive to become a vital part of the stu- dent body early in September. They are consciously aware that a goal has been reached . . . high school with new friends, new teachers, new classes, and unexpected high points of interest. They become absorbed in the routine of changing classes, learning a new language, and absorbing knowledge of God's universe. It is a happy timeg its memories bring something of nostalgia to Seniors. Wir THE WGRLD IS UR OYSTER First Row: Marian Lawriw, Jane Wisdo, Helena Merena, Con- stance Menapace, Mary McIntyre, Ann Mahoney, Lorraine Hirsch, Doris Mummaw, Barbara Profit. Second Row: Marie Kandybowski, Elaine Ruginis, Theresa Kane, Gertrude Pe- truskevich, Elaine Rogutski, Patricia Mirarchi. Third Row: Thomas Stephens, Ronald Moratelli, Frank Vivino, Leo Reich- wein, Anthony Mirarchi, Andrew Sienkiewicz, John McCarthy. Fourth Row: Francis Santell, Christopher Holda, Ronald Joycc, Bernard Malinoski, Joseph Pupo, Francis Moyer, William O'Con- nor. Fifth Row: Donald MacElrath, Robert Klinger, John Shosh, John Pilarski. First Row: Estelle Bruno, Mary Ann Bilder, Rose Ann Bosevich, Judith Esparza, Patricia Becker, Gloria Bridy, Angela Fincato, Esther Forti, Rosemary Falton, Marilyn Britt, Carmelita Burns. Second Row: Anna Deromedi, Frances Devine, Rosalie Colic- chio, Germaine Deklinski, Bernice Doyle, Mary Gildea. Third Row: Edward Boblick, Frederick Conetta, Frank Brophy, John Bach, Thomas Gross, Ralph Pupo, Roy Chimal, Anthony Gaughan. Fourth Row: Robert Albertini, John Brophy, Joseph Britt, Francis Angelo, Robert Mariano, Victor Murray, Anthony Bressi. Fifth Row: Philip Budinski, Thomas McDonald, Michael Dougherty, Joseph Boylan. 66 First Row: Joanne Kaczmarek, Sandra Kulick, Louise Tam- burro, Colette Strantz, Janice Stakalis, Mary McGraw, Mary Morgan. Second Row: Bernice Mazur, Veronica Weis, Bernice Radzjunas, Mary Procopio. Third Row: Richard Brennan, Donald Ciocco, Thomas Cook, Fernando Vernes, Thomas Cutf. Fourth Row: Michael McSurdy, William Hancock, Richard McGill, John Maciejewski, Edward Quinn, Ernest Topolski. Fiftb Row: Michael Jurgill, Stanley Hynoski, John Mihalik, Charles Pulaski. fm 2' The Sophomores are the envied group. They know are as an open book to them. They are, however their way around. Rosters with Latin and science earnest in their efforts to increase their learning power and English and history are familiar patterns to them excel in school spirit, and absorb all that is presented now. All the intricate procedures of high school life to them to fulfill their destiny. Father Noel and Timothy Drucis, Representative of 10A, enjoy an informal mo- ment during their confcr- ence. Virginia Pitcavage, Mary Ann Laughlin, Kenneth Scalet, and Harriet Vincenzes dis- play their prize-winning posters for Pennsylvania Week. Sister Marita Denise holds the attention of the Sopho- mores in biology class with the use of the Victor Magna- scope to project on the wall. --Q. amhefenh wzhfzzkzg am sw e E Fzrst Rau oanne Schuck Catherme Chnllxs 'Loretta Dudgm skn Mary Ann Everett, Ann Mane Doyle, Mary Kaczmarek, Cecxlxa Owczarek, Mary Ann Kozlowski, Ellen Dormer, Ellen Kleman Bonn-n Sulnck Second Row Angela Fncca Anne Mane Berrxgan, Mary Catherme Kroutch, Eleanor Lentmz, Narcxssa de Manmcor Vnrgnma Tomas Dorothv Yakup Thxrd Rou Mary Ann Coleman, Ann Flynn, Georglanna Henser, Patncla Byrnes, Barbara Boylan, Eleanor Kurlad Rose Mane Menmtx Fourth Row Timothy Druc1s, Richard Guman, Thomas Boblnck John O Brxen Peter Lentmx, Wnllxam Dwyer F1 lh Rout ames Renchwem, Robert Dunn, Stanley Petrovnch Charles Grnscavage, Clement Zukowslu, Thomas Fallat, Alex ander Elmckn, Mnchael Patrnck, Anthony Brennan awp...-...... ,t """"'1"" ,, 'ov '?'5 A .cn First Row Elgne Kosvxtch, Alnce Muldowney, Irene Morgan, Mary Lou Concavage acquelme Cannon, Patrncxa Dallazxa, Mary Sw1ld1 Lorrame Scoverskx Regma Dougherty Second Rau. Margaret Ruths Juannta Walsh Rose Mane Mannnon Vxrgxma Pxtcavage, Harrnet Vmcenzes, Almce Stutz, Mary Henry Third Row Chrnstme Spurr Glorxa Klassen, Lorrame Kukla Mane Kalxnoskx Mary Mayernnck Mary Ann Laughlm Fourlh Rau Damel Darrah Francis Ravems Davxd Pxzzoln, Robert Novncenslue, Lawrence Joyce, Mxchael Andruscavage F: th Row Joseph Bolxck Aaron Mummaw, Matthew Badder Szrth Rou Kenneth Scalet Anthony Strnke Martm Manney, Henry Cardosa, joseph Kamnnskx Andrew Megosh Fzrst Rou Alberta McLaughlm, Sylvxa Mekosh Rose Mary Burns, Lucille Costa, Lounse Merg,es, Sandra Morrnson, Mar McCarthy Dorothy Sebacnus, Mary Crawford Second Barbara Rooney, Elnzabeth Blase Barbara De Gaetano, Cheddar Wxnxfred Gallagher, Mary Ann Burns Third Edward Dormer oann Zubey, Eleanor Procopno, Pa Colncchno Nancy Menster Anna Mae Augustxne Wnllxam garet Rau Mary Rou trncxa Mexster Fourth Row Rnchard Godm Mxchael McGee, Mnchael Stnef Thomas Connaghan, Francxs Whalen, John Blase, Ronald Zsxdo at on as ,K 191' fog' WNM5 ff' r ff n'rf,H,,. Thomas Shaulmsky Mary Lou Todorowskn, and Anthony Waraksa plot a graph for a problem m Algebra II under the supervxsxon of Sxster Helen Mary First Row Antomette Pryzbylskx, Concetta Marxano, Kathryn Brophy, Regma Fallat, Eleanor Cellxttn, Frances Fanella, Elea nor Dettrey, Carol Purm, Loretta Casey Second Row Pa trxcna Reed Constance Snenknewncz, Mary Ellen Devme, Mar garet Fortn, Cynthla Kurland Joan Dnxon, Frances Moleskn Third Row Dorothy Olearmck, Barbara Cero Marne Corona Mary Anne Cxocco, Rose Marne Petrovnch Foutb Row James Hancock, Gerald McCann, Walter Janusky 'on . , . . . , . . , . 1 . . Y . .' 5 . x . 1 'or' ,. ' V 4' M.,.. , ,, K WM 4 1 - Q-, "M" ,,H........ ..-' X A K" A TJ- as 5' A . I L' E. 1 - ' 3 1- 8 . I 9 l . ' J 4 X F' sk 5 .. nr 5 LQ 21 W ,AQ wrw-'Q' Le garcon Robert Changoj serves Monsneur fRobert Sewellj and Mademoxselle fCyntl1xa Chesneyj wxth pleasure, apparently James Mannxon, Joanne Rousmka, and Dolores Clauser seem fascmated by the process of dns tnllatnon of water whxle Sxster Mana Vlrgmm. observes 1? Mis, First Row Mary McGmley, Vxrgmna Darrup, Fabnanne Knefer, Alnce Keiser, Cynthna Kurland, Dolores Clauser, Barbara Clauser, Margaret Beniield Second Row Paul Beddo Joseph Lawler, Vxrgmla Ballcluk Dolores Koschoff Barbara Bolnck, Anne Kealy, Robert Kerprxch, Alfred Ford Tlnrd Rou Gerald Hollxster, Charles McAndrew, Gerald O Donell, Bernard Kane, Ronald Fracalossn, Raymond Kane, Mnchael Katch Fourth Row ohn Dnak Robert Darrup, Wxllxam Lexby, Jerome Marchettn, James Manmon, Robert Cress. 35 ,W -"r"!,,..f L+ . Jr 31. -55 C' First Row: Mary Osopovich, Anne Marie Moleski, Rita Pegoretti, Rose Marie Wojcik, Lorraine Potochney, Ber- nice Orloski, Mary Louise Todorowski, Barbara Mikulski, Aurelia Picarella. Second Row: Anne Marie Swartz, Nancy Sheehan, Marcia Andrulewicz, Carolyn Potts, Jo- anne Rousinka, Joan Moleski. Third Row: Leon Politas William Reichwein, Frank Zabotney, Edward Rooney, Joseph Politza, Ronald Shultz. Fourth Row: Robert Za- vatski, John Katch, Ralph Pupo, John Politza, Charles Pnlko, Robert Sewell. Fifth Row: Thomas Shaulinski, Anthony Waraksa, Louis Wolcoski, William Potochney, Lawrence Tyson. 1 gun 07151517155 To these students who have mamtamed the ratmg of first honors for four fours, we express heartnest congratulations A student must attam an average of 901k ln four major subjects and relxglon to merit first honors HUBERT JOSEPH KE-'U-Y ANNE MARIE CONNAGHAN ANN CATHRYN GALLAGHER MARY ALICE MCDONNEI-L MICHALENE MARY M1cKAL1T1s RAYDEL ROSELLA RADZAI We come to love God through the knowledge of H15 Goodness We mamfest our love by our apprecxatnon of the supreme value of the holy Sacrxflce of the Mass, by our part1c1pat1on partlcular acts of lovmg homage to our Creator . 0 . . . .. . in Qngummmbn ! i ,x I affie... . . . czmeghee :zfzys 'G Q , 'A ,,,, L ff , 1 W ' 1 .. x 1 ' .-.W s ff' INV agmzbw gyms' The Sennor Class Officers Joseph Shultz, vncc presndent, Robert Marmelln, treasurer, Frank Plcarella, president, Carol Matulewncz, secretary, Father Noel prmcupal The plans for Sensor actnvntxes brmg smnles certamly to our officers is Whig ,Q OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELL' Marion Heights Reverend Charles A. Dombrowski, Pastor ati VERONICA MARIE ALLUSHUSKI Our Lady "Ronnie" Academic Conscientious . . . excellent student . . . high ideals . . . infectious giggle . . . imaginative . . . prompt bell ringer. Prom Committee 35 Initiation Committee 4g CARMELECHO 45 CONSUELLA 4g Senior Play. PATRICIA LOUISE AMAROSE St. Mary "Pat" Scientific Vivacious . . . congenial . . . proud of her striking red hair . . . considerate . . . sincere . . . likes to dance . . . likes trig. Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. VERONICA ROSE ANGELO Our Lady "Roni" Commercial Lone senior from Natalie . . . artistic ability . . . naturally curly hair . . . pleasant disposition . . . good student . . . energetic. CARMELECHO 45 Glee Club 35 Prom Committee 3. RUSSELL ROBERT BARELLA St. Peter "Russ" Scientific Chauffeur deluxe for the Faculty . . . partial to a certain sophomore . . . talented accordionist . . . good taste in clothes. Chemistry Club 3. JOSEPH ROBERT BEGIS Our Lady "Joe" Scientific Never gloomy . . . a smile for everyone . . . well known and well liked . . . can't be unhappy. MICHAEL PIUS BIANCHINI St. Peter "Mike" Scientific Honor student . . . "brain" in physics . . . constant smile . . . most dependable. Science Club 3g Student Council Vice- president 45 Initiation Committee 4g CONSUELLA 4. 'ISN ANNETTE MARIE BLAZINA St. Peter "Anet" Commercial Beautiful smile . . . happy-go-lucky . . . regular customer at the Pine Burr. Glee Club 3. WILLIAM JEROME BOYLE St. Joseph "Jerry" Scientific Blond dream from the Gap . . . gets along very well with the opposite sex . . . basketball hero . . . very friendly . . . humorous. Basketball 1,2,3,4g Science Club 33 Youtb Council. ,z -.X Qi an KATHLEEN PRISCILLA BRESSI St. Mary "Kudge" Combination of beauty and brains . . . lovely brown eyes . . . flirtatious . . . stylish wardrobe . . . popular with the opposite sex . . . one of the "big Three" . . . holds her own on the dance floor. Youtb Council 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 45 Senior Play. MARY CATHERINE BYRNES Our Lady "Mary" Academic Long pretty locks . . . one of the "big Four" . . . cute and saucy . . . bowling ace . . . sometimes serious. CONSUELLA 45 Glee Club 33 Youtb Council l,2,3,4. MARIE ANN CARLOCK Our Lady "Ree" Commercial Attractive appearance . . . thoughtful . . . a true friend . . . nonchalant . . . one of thosc women drivers . . . loquacious . . . good-natured and appreciative. Student Council Ig Youth Council 1,2,3,4g CARMELECHO 4, CONSUELLA 45 Glee Club 3. Commercial ROSALIE MARY CILLO St. Peter "Rose" Commercial Striking brunette . . . popular . . . neat dresser . . . good dancer . . . enviable complexion . . . full of fun. Youtb Council 45 Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. ff ,K or "k'bf -Q ,gfify ff! iff' -4-559' ,-:S-,5:5-' HOLY CROSS Mount Carmel Right Reverend Monsignor Stanley A. Dobmis, Pastor gf' ai CATHERINE MARIE DOOLEY St Cas1m1r Kxtty Commercxal Shorthand and typmg whnzz bonne eleve carefree agreeable chnc dresser Glee Club 3, Prom Commxt tee 3, Inltmtzon 4 CARMELECHO 3 4 JOAN KATHLEEN DOUGHERTY Our Lady Joanne Commerclal Attractnve red haxr always jokmg everyones frxend great movxe fan Glee Club 3, Youth Council I,2, 'Im :iv ,Hr ANNE MARIE CONNAGHAN Our Lady "Ann Scnentnfic Popular attractnve ' tres nntellxgent' competent drrver talented pnanxst charmnng voxce one of he bng Four keen sense of humor Treasurer o Chemistry Club 3 Student Counezl Secretary 4, CONSUELLA 4, CARMELECHO 4, Imtzatxon 4, Prom Committee 3, Class Representative 3, Senzor Play MARGARET BRIGITTA CONNOLLY Our Lady " eggy Commercnal Petxte and sweet fine pxamst wmnxng smile lnvely cheerleader golden lush voxce her hanr Is her glory Cheerleader 34, Prom Committee 3, Glee Club 3, CONSUELLA 4, Youth Council 1,2 3, Sensor Play MARGARET MARY CORCORAN Our Lady Corky Academxc One of the gayest students of C H S excellent drnver popular soclable true frnend always wxllxng to help lxght green eyes and lovely red haxr good dresser Youth Council 12 3, Science Club 3, Glee Club 3, CON SUELLA 4, Sensor Play ANNA HELEN CZEPUKAITIS Holy Cross " heppxe SCIBIIIIHC Congemal ambxtxous good sport filled wxth school spxrxt alway smxlmg hosts of frnends Editor of CONSUELLA 4, Sczenre Club 3, Youth Council 1,2,3, Inztzatzon Commfttee 4 DANIEL DENNIS DAYA St Peter "Danny Academic The man wnth the perpetual sm1le loves to dance haunts the Vnctona fnendly happy go lucky Science MARY FRANCES DELANEY Our Lady "Fx-ancey Commercnal Mnschxef seeker Arthur Murrays dream loves fun always domg the unexpected talkatxve Youth Counexl 1,2 PATRICIA ANN DIXON Our Lady Pat Commercxal Attractxve good natured flxrtatnous artlstnc seldom seen wxthout ' jackxe CARMELECHO 4, Glee Club 3 RUTH MARIE DIXON Our Lady Ruthxe Scnentxlic Cute lass wxth the curly black hazr captnvatmg smile sparklmg sense of humor versatxle and composed very enthusnastrc scholar Youth Council 1,2,3, CARMEL ECHO 4, CONSUELLA 4 ROBERT JAMES DUNI Our Lady Oscar Scxentnfic Wxtty fun lovmg pleasing personalnty ptterbug expert popular wxth the opposxte sex good natured xf not seen always heard Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Youth Council 1,2,3,4, Student Counczl 1 .,, . I ,Y ' ' . , . . , I I I I ' . I I I - I I I I t KK ' Y, f 1 ' ' P 3, ' - I I I l . I I I l ' . I I I . . ,, . ,, . . . X . . . . ' I K! Y! ' I I III I . I II A ' , , . ' . I - C .,, . . . I I I . . I I I I I I . I '. I ' I 3, ' . I I I I I I . ' I II l III ' ' I . Club 3' Youth Council 1 2 3' Senior Pla . I P 3 Y ,I ' . . I I I , I I I I I I I I I I . I . ll Y, ' I I I I ' I I I . . I I I ' . I I I ' Q ' Y, I . . fl 'fl ' ' I I I I I I I ' . . ,, . ,, . . ' ' ' Q! ,I I I I I I I . I . . ' . I . I I If ,P ' ' , , . I . I I II It l ,, ' I I I I . I I I ' I I . . . I I . ' . , I . . . ' , I I I . . . ' . - ' 3,4. ' ' ' fi 'S i. 'I 9 K'- R K. CHURCH OF LADY Mount Carmel Right Reverend Monsignor Lawrence F. Schott, V.F., Pastor ,aw af ,Egfr . L, qw X " ,. ,tw ,f-"ft ffiileff 'ft .. mga. 1v4'1'M" .nur ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Kulpmont Reverend oseph J C Petrovits s T D, J C D., Pmstor .gn I 353 JULIA ANN FAZZOLARI St. Peter "Julie" Commercial Cute and peppy . . . personality plus . . . always seen with "Toni,' . . . sparkling eyes . . . dependable. Glec Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. SARAH LOUISE FETTERMAN Our Lady "Sally" Commercial Loquacious . . . mischievous . . . good dancer . . . witty . . . attracted to Coal Township . . . expressive eyes. Glcc Club 35 Student Council 15 Prom Committee 35 Youth Council 1,2,3,45 Senior Play. ANN CATHRYN GALLAGHER St. Ignatius "Annette" Scientific Amiable . . . kind and considerate . . . trim wardrobe . . . one of those rare strawberry blondes . . . honor student . . . particularly fond of a green Chevvy's driver. Initiation Com- mittee 45 Student Council 45 Pram Committee 35 Science Club 35 Oratoriral Context 3. RICHARD JOSEPH GIDARO St. Peter "Rich" Commercial Tall, dark, and handsome . . . popular . . . likes typing . . . future owner of Barkcr's Bakery . . . a feminine magnet . . . willing to lend a hand. Prom Committee 35 CARMELECHO 4. ALEXANDER VINCENT GONZALES St. Mary "Gunzy" Scientific Nonchalant . . . sports a blue convertible . . . hot rod . . . looks forward to 3:10 . . . well-liked . . . fancy dresser . . . hopes to make Penn State. Chemistry Club 35 Senior Play. ROSALIE LORETTA GRECO St. Peter "Pesie" Commercial Sweet and petite . . . dark-eyed beauty . . . likes gentlemen . . . friend to all . . . cooperative and considerate . . . poppy. Youth Council 1,2,35 Glce Club 3. L- Q'-r 1. in ANTOINETTE MARIE GUARNA St, Peter "Toni" Commercial Silky black hair . . . neat coiifure . . . attractive . . . agree- able . . . cooperative. Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. KATHRYN ANN GUINAN Our Lady "Kathy" Academic Attractive . . . lavish wardrobe . . . prefers Lakewood dances . . . honor student . . . vivacious cheerleader . . . smallest fourth of the "big Four" . . . chatty and cute. Cheerleader 3,4g Glee Club 35 Chemistry Club .ig CONSUELLA 45 Initiation Committee 45 Youth Council 1,2,3,4g Senior Play. JACQUELINE ANN HENRIE Our Lady "jackie" Commercial Eilicient . . . pleasant personality . . . "Pat's" friend . . . lover of jazz . . . special interest in football . . . fun-loving . . . artistic . . . lovely hair. Glee Club 35 Prom Committee 35 Editor of CARMELECHO 4g Senior Play. PAUL JOSEPH HORVATH St. Ignatius "Chief" Scientific Tall and handsome . . . unaware of the opposite sex . . . quiet . . . pleasant smile . . . safe driver . . . neat dresser . . . conscientious . . . lovely disposition. Science Club 3. JACQUELINE JURGILL St. Mary Commercial Attractive . . . big blue eyes . . . extensive wardrobe . . . frequents Reed's with Margaret . . . prefers dark-haired men. Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. MARY ALICE KANE St. Ignatius "Kanie" Commercial One of those Centralia "gals" . . . loves to dance . . . beauti- ful voice . . . cute . . . capable woman driver . . . always ready for a good time. CONSUELLA 45 Youtb Council 1,2,3,4g Prom Committee 3g Senior Play. ST. IGNATIUS Centralia Reverend Patrick J. Phelan, Pastor naw:-wfwfwae M JOHN FRANCIS MALEY Our Lady Jack Academnc Good natured an energetxc Ram relnable well mannered loads of school spxrxt authornty on general mformatxon hxghly esteemed by all Youth Council 1 2, 3,4, Sczence Club 3, Baseball 2 4, Football 2 4, Semor Play CAROLE LOUISE MANNEY Our Lady ' Mer Commercial Blonde haxr beauty blue eyes peaches and cream com plexlon loves lensure popular seldom serxous nonchalant Youth Counnl 1,2, Semor Play ROBERT FRANCIS MARINELLI St Peter "Marnel Scnentxfic Attractnve wmmng personalxty courteous talkatnve humorous dependable driver all round athlete sports a crew cut Football 1,2,3 4, Basketball 3 4, Base ball 3,4, Class Treasurer 4, Imtzatzou Committee 4, Sczence Club 3, Semor Play ein' 1. THOMAS EDWARD KANE St Ignatxus Tobxas Scnentxfic Everybody s frxend full of wrt b ue eyed always seen at school socxals Youth Counczl 1,2 3 HUBERT JOSEPH KEALY Our Lady "Hubey Academnc A dependable leader honor student partmal to jumors speaks French fluently prnze Latm pupxl sure to succeed Football student manager 1 2,3,4, Vzce president o Science Club 3 Preszdcnt o Student Council 4, Magazme Drwe 4 CARMELECHO Staf 4, CONSUELLA Stajf 4, Inltza tzon Committee 4 JOHN JOSEPH KERPRICH Our Lady "Keys Scxentxfic Easy to get along wnth always seen but never heard somber pnde and joy of Shovlm s at peace wnth the world ROBERT THOMAS KOWITSKI St Ignatnus ' Kwn Scnentxfic Handsome athletnc physxque clear blue eyes collegnate dresser well groomed determmed bashful, at txmes a tease proud of Skxppy Football , FRANCIS JOSEPH KUKLA St Ignatxus 'Hen Scxentxflc Quxet blushes easily frxendly grm easy goxng wmmng ways unusual gaxt has many femmme ad mnrers enjoys shootmg pool and huntmg Football 4, Prom Commzttee 3 MICHAEL THOMAS LAVELLE Our Lady Duke Scxentxfic Beautxful red hanr good lookmg personalxty plus smooth dancer capable drnver of the statxon wagon staunch defender of the Insh well groomed Football 1,2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Youth Council 1,2 ELIZABETH MARYANNE LENTINI St Casnmnr ' Lxz ' Commercxal Consnderate lovely dxsposxtxon efficnent generous attractxve black hzur travels with Kitty true fnend Prom Commzttee 3, Glee Club 3, Inztxatxon Committee 4, CARMELECHO 3,4 JOHN ALOYSIUS LUBESKIE Our Lady "Harpo Scientific Handsome gentleman blond curly han' casual dancer likes sports popular wnth the opposxte sex frxendly smxle unusual tone of vonce Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2 3,4, Prom Commxttee 3 Sensor Play CAROL ANN MATULEWICZ St Joseph "Mooney Academnc Dependable charmmg damty and petite honor student lovely to look at finds blue eyes fascmatmg future nurse Secretary o Sczence Club 3, Cheerleader 3 4, Class Secretary 4, Inztxatxou Committee 4, Glee Club 3 CONSUELLA 4 994 ,.. ,I , . ,, .,, . . , . . I . ,. 7! ' . , ' - f 1 f ' I . . '- K :vo our . . ., . . , .,, . . I - ... uns out . l - 1 as ' ' unc . lon nut :su -A ze - n ' ' - . .. ,., . N H . . .,, G ... ... ' I ... - , J H . . . ' - ,' ,' s . Q n A ' ... ... --- ' .,, ' ... ... --n 7 7 ' , . 7, 1 s I 72 ' ' ...'. ' ... ... "' "' "' sua use our "' "' . . . . . ,. . . 5 . ' ' , a 59' Sway ST JOSEPH Mount Carmel Reverend Francns A Szumnerskx, CSSp Pastor 'ri- I . ,I S 2 I MARY ALICE McDONNELL St Ignatius 'Mary l Academic High scholastic standing . . . neat coilfureg affableg musically inclined . . . inquisitive . . . sensible . . . likes dancing. Science Club 35 CONSUELLA 45 Glee Club 35 Youtb Council 25 Initiation Committee 4g Prom Committee 3g Senior Play. VINCENT RAYMOND MCFADDEN Our Lady "Vince" Scientific Likes a crew cut . . . always on the go . . . captivating smile . . . wonderful dancer . . . never worries . . . interest in Atlas. Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball I,2,3g Youth Council 1,2,3. of l ANTHONY JAMES MCGINLEY Our Lady "Tony" Scientific Dare-devil . . . always finds time for practical jokes . . . aware of the opposite sex . . . carefree nature . . . keen sense of humor. Football 4g Senior Play. THOMAS ANTHONY MCSURDY Our Lady "Musl1er" Scientific Our "Mr. Touchdown" . . . prompt with his answers . . . all round personality . . . Casanova . . . well-dressed . . . in and out of trouble . . . popular. Football 1,2,3,4g Youtb Council 1,2,1. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST Mount Carmel Reverend Stephen C. Zajac, Pastor MICH.ALINE MARY MICKALITIS Holy Cross "Mickey" Academic Good things come in small packages . . . honor student . . . sociable . . . expressive eyes . . . fashionable wardrobe . . . excellent dancer . . . lots of fun. Youth Council 1,2g Science Club 3g Glce Club 35 CARMELECHO 45 CONSUELLA 45 Senior Play. GEORGE JOSEPH MIGASH St. John "Mig" Scientific Quiet . . . modern "Davy Crockett" . . . liked by everyone . . . never ruffled . . . successful hunter . . . pleasant smile. JOSEPH ROBERT MORAN St. Joseph "Joe" Scientific Typically Irish . . . prefers underclassmen . . . popular . . . always seen with Oogie . . . school spirit plus . . . a. happy twin . . . a Gapper. Initiation Committee 45 Chemistry Club 35 Senior Plny. MARY JANET MORAN St. Joseph "Janet" Academic Friendly . . . cooperative . . . cute and petite . . . Joe's twin . . . true Gap spirit . . . always seen with Virginia . . . ardent fan of the Rams . . . bound to succeed. Chemistry Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. JAMES JOSEPH MORATELLI St. Peter "Jim" Scientific Quiet . . . unaware of his charm . . . even disposition . . . neat dresser . . . friendly . . . cooperative. Youth Council 1,2. THERESA MARY MORGAN St. Joseph "Tess" Commercial Petite . . . quiet . . . capable . . . intelligent . . . seldom seen after school . . . a lady driver . . . has an interest in the para- troopers . . . comes from the "good Gap." Glee Club 35 CARMELECHO 4. MARY THERESA MULDOON Our Lady "Mary" Scientific Sweet and gentle . . . ardent Notre Dame fan . . . has other Irish interests . . . one of the "big Four" . . . pretty pixie cut . . . "batty" over Brando. Chemistry Club 3g Prom Com- mittee 35 CARMELECHO 45 CONSUELLA 45 Initiation 4g Senior Play. SARAH ANN NEARY Our Lady Sarah Commercial Always seen with Eleanor . . . neat . . . dependable . . . faithful choir member . . . well-liked by all . . . good student . . . friendly. Glee Club 3. bs Q s 5? ST. JOSEPH Locust Gap Reverend Peter M. Stief, S.T.B., Pastor 7-Q. i 1 RAYDEL ROSELLA RADZAI Holy Cross "Ray Commercial Ambntxous Tres mtellxgen " mdxvxdualxst future teacher dependable mquxsntxve journalnstnc abnlxty xce cream fiend 11 es "6 dolls artxstxc, Prom Committee 3, Glee Club 3 CARMELECHO 4, Inztzatzon Commzttee 4, Co edztor of CONSUELLA 4 Semor Play MARY ALICE ROONEY St Ignatxus Mary Commercial Courteous pleasant energetxc worker Phnladel plua mterests lxkes to walk Centralxas railroad tracks another Jom James Glee Club 3 CONSUELLA 4 MARY MONICA SAUKAITIS Holy Cross "Monnxe Commercxal Instlgator of mnschxef good dancer everyones frxend pert and peppery outspoken mnocent expressxon, ut Glee Club 3, Youtb Council 1,2 3 JOHN VINCENT OLSHEFSKI Our Lady Jack Scnentnfic Quxet nature composed blushes readxly good lookmg amlable well lnked MARY STEPHANY ONUFERKO St Mary Mary Scnentxflc Comes from Centralna qunet a frnend to all socx ab e excels ln math very dependable rlch European background ambntnous CONSUELLA 4, Science Club 3 FRANCIS JOSEPH PICARELLA St Peter Frank Scxentxfic Good looking congemal qunet and relnable drnver of a snazzy Kanser popular wxth the opposxte sex future busmess man Sczence Club 3 Imtxatxon Committee 4, Class President 4 KENNETH FRANCIS PIZZOLI St Peter jake" Scnentxfic Appears qunet, but always has an eye out for a good txme loves final bell good natured expressxve dark eyes nonchalant a tease oblxgmg LORRAINE RITA PIZZOLI St Peter Lorne Scnentdic Fascxnatmg brown eyes capable woman driver cheers untnrmgly for CHS attractxve fashion wxse takes upper hand m any sntuatmn poxsed Imtxatwn Com mittee 4, Cheerleader 3,4, CONSUELLA 4 GLORIA CATHERINE PROCOPIO St Mary Glona Commercxal Lovely soft brown eyes 'tre petxte lille rarely seen or heard smcere and sweet competent commercxal student a frnend mdeed Glue Club 3, Prom Committee 4, CONSUELLA 4 MARY LOUISE PURIN St Peter Lou Commercxal Haunts the,Pxnc Burr good dancer beautnful penman always wnllmg to play Cupxd Glee Club 3, Youth Council 2,3, Semor Play GEORGE ROBERT QUINN Our Lady 'Stretch Sclentgfic Seemmgly qunet mce smnle forever a bachelor full of fun teacher s pet peeve good natured Basket ball 2,3 MARGARET ANNE SAVAGE St Ignatxus Cotton Commercxal Loquacxous contmuous glggler effervescent keeps Reed s boommg favors a certam Ram athlete always seen wnth jackne Glee Club 3 vw ?' an I , ll ,Y ' ' ff I1 ' ' ...naw Y! 7, ' ' ' ,, . . K! ',Y ' ' . ..... I ' 71 lf Y, ' . . . fun-loving . . . "Fet's" buddy . . .prefers Sunbury . . . n - ' ' . .I ...U I ' C..-' 'I l ..- . . ,, Q as - ' " ...'k ' ",,, " ' - . . .. . ... , ... . - I . - I ' . . fl ' 3, a . , . '19 - D ' me xy - all -nu , - , . l b ' ' ,. ' ', , ,It-" ' 1' , V' K ' xr. 'x,,,qV fx I "L"-.....'f 4.3 x -r '-4'--an R, I f x X mi' L suv, 1' OUR MOTHER OF CONSOLATION Mount Carmel P I k. . ., verend Jose h 1 S nbmskx C.S.Sp., Pastor S ia I ,, ey. 'QR r--nan. V .MM it ST. CASIMIR Kulpmont Reverend Alphonse T. Marcincavage, Pastor ,M V K gfsfw MM-- s a 'rw ,..- . s,.,,. PAUL RICHARD SHAMANSKY Our Lady "Shimon Good looking . . . girl shy . . . good dancer . . dream . . . football comes before girls . . . good sense of humor . . . sharp dresser. Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,3,45 Base- Scientific . teen-age ball 2,35 Student Council 25 Prom Committee 35 Initiation Committee 45 Youth Council I,2,3,4. ELEANOR THERESA SHOSH Our Lady "Ellie" Commercial Sweet and demure . . . friendly smile . . . sincere . . . musically cooperative . . . altruistic . . . unobtrusive . . . inclined. Glee Club 35 CARMELECHO 45 CONSUELLA 4. JOSEPH ANTHONY SHULTZ St. Mary "Gustav" Academic Entertains high ideals . . . dependable . . . conscientious . . . prudent . . . ready smile . . . "terrific" Ram . . . refrains from feminine entanglements . . . makes a lasting impression . . . likely to succeed. Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,3,45 Basketball l,2,45 President of Chemistry Club 35 Virc-presi- dent of Class 45 Senior Play. REGINA THERESA SILCOSKI Our Lady "Jeannie" Commercial Congenial . . . sunny disposition . . . Works at the "Vic" . . . fine student . . . likes the name "Mickey', . . . loves to tease . . . school spirit. Glee Club 35 CARMELECHO 4. ANNA ALBERTINA SINCAVAGE Our Lady Anna Commercial Beautiful smile . . . pretty . . . forever in and out of trouble . . . live wire . . . the ivory look . . . never hurries, never worries . . . flirtatious . . . dancing feet. JOSEPH JOHN SOSNOWSKI Our Mother of Consolation "Snow" Academic Drives a Pontiac . . . glories in teasing girls . . . deep bass voice . . . seldom serious . . . blushes easily . . . likes to argue. Baseball 3,45 Senior Play. ENRICA MARIE SOTTOPIETRA St Peter 'Rica Commercial Beautiful hair always smiling comes from Atlas pretty well groomed kind and considerate t e Pme Burr, her second home Glee Club 3 CARMELA THERESA STASKIEL Holy Cross ' Connie Commercial Class live wire forever laughing very friendly New York interest sophisticated Glee Club 3 rf... t Q ?L,',f""""x 'H' 9 -4 DIANE MARIE STRIKE Holy Cross Diane Commercial Likes popular music . . . independent . . . variety of in- terests . . . pleasing personality . . . lovely complexion. Glee Club 3. ' ELIZABETH LOUISE SWEITZER St. Peter "Betty Lou" Commercial Excellent commercial student . . . Kulpmont is her home . . . high ambitions . . . cheerful . . . capable . . . determined. Glee Club 35 Prom Committee 35 CARMELECHO 45 Initiation Committee 4. ANNE MARIE TAMANINI St. Peter "Tam" Commercial One of our rah, rah gals . . . unlimited capacity for school spirit . . . dancing feet . . . attractive . . . popular . . . full of pep. Glee Club 35 CARMELECHO 3,45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Youth Council 1,2,3,45 Initiation Committee 45 Senior Play. MARGARET ELIZABETH TIGHE St. Ignatius "Peggy" Commercial Neat . . . charming . . . friendly . . . natural wavy hair . . . inquisitive blue eyes . . . wittiest with Margaret . . . admires Con-Cen . Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4. .bg bo E w Q 'Uk S 5. ., A Q 1 vs-W., L03 1, 'BW .Ea C ,..,,,,WW- mwah .17 'v""""""'-Q, xx, of iff' ,. W ,. .,,,.,,-:M w!,i?" W E111 ,,, -f It . avv"P"7 'Nm fri'-" rr?" ST. PETER Mount Carmel Reverend Francis J. Dinkel, Pastor ANNA MARIE TRYLONG St. Joseph Anna Marie Commercial Pleasant and reliable . . . efficient typist . . . persistent gum- chewer . . . proud of her talk-a-tive-ness . . . has a special interest in New York. Glee Club 35 CARMELECHO 45 CON- SUELLA 4. PETER JOSEPH WALINSKI Our Lady "Pete" Academic A great lad . . . sincere . . . friendly . . . loves to bowl . . . enjoys Latin . . . pleasant to have around. Student Rep- resentative 25 Magazine Drive 35 Initiation Committee 45 CONSUELLA 45 Science Club 33 Senior Play. ANNA VIRGINIA ZAPATOCKY St. John the Baptist "Ginny" Academic The little girl with the big smile . . . favors football players . . . future floor-lady of Woolworth's . . . true friend . . . mischievous . . . sole senior from Mid-valley. Science Club 35 Glee Club 35 CONSUELLA 4g Senior Play. ANNA MARIE ZUECH St. Peter Anna Commercial Lovely complexion . . . short and sweet . . . very quiet . . . regular patron at the Pine Burr . . . seldom seen without Rica . . . prefers the navy. Glee Club 3. ANNA MAE SUSAN WALSH Our Lady "Midge" Commercial Cute . . . popular with the opposite sex . . . good dancer . . . Midge and Kudge are inseparable. Student Council 2,45 Youth Counil 1,2,3,45 CONSUELLA 45 Glee Club 3. ANN BARBARA WELDON sf- MHYY Ann Commercial Congenial . . . kind . . . likes dairy products . . . interested in college boys . . . wants to be a telephone operator. Glee Club 3g Youth Council 1,2,3,4g CONSUELLA 4. CATHERINE ANN WIDRA St. Joseph "Kitty" Scientific Naturally curly hair . . . excitable . . . vivacious . . . con- siderate . . . blushes easily . . . lives in the Summit. Science Club 3. VIRGINIA MAE YUSKALIS Holy Cross "Jeanie" Commercial Attractive . . . always seen in Bermudas . . . sociable . . . that special sparkle . . . has a special interest in college stu- dents. Glee Club 35 Youth Council 1,25 CARMELECHO 43 CONSUELLA 4. , .si r X fl- rflyu W . N l , I I 5 mera! Retreat . . . a special date in the school calendar. It marks a definite milestone for the Seniors who make an extra- ordinary effort to make it earnestly . . . ever thinking it may be the crucial moment for decision. The Freshmen face it eagerly for it marks their initiation into the really important life at Catholic High . . . the spiritual life. Paul Horvath, Robert Duni, Daniel Daya, joseph Moran, and james Moratelli take a special interest in the religious pamphlet rack. V 'Q 1" The girls seek many golden opportunities during Re- treat for special visits to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Retreats for the boys and girls overlap. The boys, filled with grace, greet the girls as they begin the Retreat. My L .4 RQ k ,I "O God . . . pour forth Thy blessing upon these rings . . ." Ring Day- true seniorhood, at last! With awe we listen to the words of blessing: ". . . grant that whosoever shall wear them with thanksgiving, according to Thy law and will, may receive from Thee through the invocation of Thy Holy Name, health of body and peace of soul . . ." my ffpfzy XVith this blessing placed upon the rings by the Principal, Reverend James E. Noel, the seniors solemnly accept them with joy and reverence. Shining eyes and happy smiles signify the deep pride and fervent loyalty of the seniors as they behold their newest treasure . . . their class ring! X. at St. Jeromc's, and William Sullivan at St. Charles, Philadelphia, visit their Home from the Seminary for the Christmas holidays, Jerome Kurland who is studying at St. Vincent's, Latrobeg Ronald Haney at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphiag Frances Bach at St. Jerome's, Canada, James Hodrick Alma Mater for old times' sake. CAREER DECISIO S The annual Vocation NVeek is highlighted at Catholic High School with 21 Vocation Triduum which has become a momentous factor in making decisions for the future. While special consideration is given to the religious life, other vocations are given expert treatment also. William Boyle, Anna Czepukaitis, and Alex Gonzales are happy to converse with a successful alumnus, the Honorable James M. Quigley, a member of House of Representatives of the Con- gress of the United States. Religious vocations from Catholic High reached a new high when Patricia Berger, '55, Marie Hirsch, '55, and Mary Catherine Kealy, '53, en- tered the Novitiate of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in September of 1955. 'GC YY Virginia Zapzltocky was elected to thc coveted honor of May Queen. Our Lady is always close to the stu- dents of Catholic High School. afzamzg Um LM? For the Seniors and underclassmen, the annual May Procession provides a splendid opportunity to show love for God by honoring His loving Mother. M Sflfdrf 5012 fflkzgzivm A zestful interest in Mission activities has always manifested itself at Catholic High School. The sec- tions vie with one another to merit praise for the highest sum. Collecting clothes for the needy can be fun for the workers, judging from the expression on the faces of this group of seniors. The Diocesan Director of the Propagation of the Faith, the Reverend Leo Beierschmitt, a former Alumnus of Catholic High, confers with the Right Reverend Monsignor Lawrence F. Schott, Pastor of Our Lady's and former Di- rector of the Society. I ,puff Sister M. St. Aloysius, Moderator of the Mission Group, awards a statue of St. Francis Xavier to Michael Katch of 11A and to Ruth Dixon of IZA in recognition of the zeal and generosity of their respective sections in contributing to the Missions. -. Q 5 . . me A ' 1 1 .ln 63' "4"rI+x 1 5 ,ve- 9- We come to serve God through our partici pation in work for Him through His creatures ample opportunity for service Our 'mnual Hal lowe en gift of candy to the Sisters at Villa Maria Infirmary, Weinersville, 15 one of our most pleasant services Our varied extra-curricular activities provide u I ' , . . . """'-A Q3- JF fx, ,, , Q . I I - -1, -Aw-.Adi-.25 l .. ew Vice-president of Student Council, Michael Bianchini, Checks a P.A. announcement with our principal, Reverend james E. Noel. Treasurer Anna Mae Walsh and Sister Marita Denise, Moderator, are enjoying some plan for the future. 457fmzQfzf awzcv' Secretary Anne Connaghan makes work light with her happy dispo- sition. -wg., Student Council offers a splendid preparation for leadership and service in a democracy. Its members are given many opportunities to develop the fine natural virtues of generosity, thoughtfulness, and courage. As a problem presents itself for considera- tion by the student body, these Representatives of the group weigh the pr0's and con's at a meeting before presenting the question to the students. President Hubert Kealy and Anna Mae Walsh have a few minutes to spare before the regular weekly meeting of Student Council begins. The flag bearers, Robert Duni, john Maley, and Joseph Shultz lead the procession into the Church of Our Lady Michael Bianchini discusses the procedure for the Magazine Drive with Elizabeth Sweitzer, Representative of IZB, and Annette Gallagher, Representative of IZA. for the installation of the Student Council of Catholic High School. The enthususm and cooperntlon shown by the Semors for T61 CNOIIKIIIHKI, our Yelrboolt, 1re md1e1t1xe of IIS qualxtv lxlde 1 1 job well dime, plelsure m pxrtnenpltlon, desire to IITIPIOXL md sltxsfletxon xuth the results are eertunly fae tols lor lllppy uljustment m lxfe All these qL1lllflLS Come to those xx ho gnu of thtmselus to SIVL plelsure to otherb throu-th the plges ot our Yearbook ,- "sq Assocnate edntors, Kathleen Bressx, Peter Walxn skx, Anne Connaghan, Daniel Daya, Mary Cath erme Byrnes, Mxchalme Mxckalxtns, Hubert Kealv Kathleen Doyle, and Mxchael Bnanchmn, make the edxtmg of The Consuella a happy chore 'NX The photography display at the Vrllanova Press Confercnee seemed to plc1se Anne Connfnghan, Kathryn Guman, and Sarah Fetterman Anna Czepukzutxs, Rosalne Cxllo Elnzabeth Len tmm, Mrchalme Mnckahtns, Catherme Doolev Mary Alxce Rooney, Sarah Neary, Monxca Sau kaxtns, Eleanor Shosh, John Maley, and Vxrgmm Yuskalxs were the most zealous go getters when lt came to Ads and Patrons . 7 .1 , ' . . , 1 .1 l s 1 C v u ll . .. . . ' .. 1 v 1 - A - , N A v' , . ,A ,I , ' , . . . . . . - X v . v x x v x I 1 1 X x - , 3 f h I , O . , 2. X . V r W4 fig , o- ' 4 N W 3 "' K l ' X k ,4- A. 1 ' A, , N ,f 'G' . a i ' - :Q - 11 355 A mx 1 in r iQ -er' , . , 1 N- , - ' 'I 19 H A E H "94'lf2w,,,Q 'Hi If . i Nw Virginia Yuskalis, Regina Silcoski, Theresa Morgan, and Anne Marie Trylong are the faithful typists of The Carmelerbo. Catherine Dooley, Elizabeth Lentini, and Richard Gidaro are expert mime- ographers. Their part in the produc- tion is a major one. mmdwe Jacqueline Henrie, the versatile editor-in-chief of our newspaper, is untiring in her efforts to pro- duce a finer paper with each issue. HIS 05 CW vw-..,, 1. Ruth Dxxon, Elnzabeth Swextzer, Mary Theresa Muldoon, Mxchalene Mnckalxtls, Anne Connaghan, Veromca Allushuskn, Raydel Radzal, Anna Tamanmn, and Eleanor Shosh are evndently plannmg a l-ularxous page for the next xssue of The Carmelecho. Staff members Veromca Allu shuskx, Eleanor Shosh, Re guna Snlcosk1, Cathernne Dooley, Elxzabeth Lentmn, and Raydel Radzax, assemble the pages of the newspaper The Cdllllflffbfl serves the student body vnth t1mely news t at ranges from deeds of valor to hmts of local romance It IS read avxdly by all, each student secretly hopes to see h1s name 1n prmf The coverage of names IS one of the newspaper's proud achneve ments Th1s IS .1 strvxce that helps to produce a well xnformed student body and a ple1s1ntly xnformed publ1c. vw 4 ? , . X 4 . ",, n 1 s XX 4 l , S Q . . . . ' X V 7, . h Will! is fs fine The scoreboard records the outcome of a football game in cold figures. Only once it recorded victory for the RAMSg nine times, defeat. Anyone not closely associated with the team accepts the statistics and calls it a losing team. Those more "in the know" look beyond the scoreboard for facts not recorded there, facts like the following: Bob Duni, center, did not miss practice once in three years, and never gave up his center position after winning it in his sophomore year. We were never stuck for a punt man, a tough unheralded position. Captain Paul Shamansky did not miss a day in three years. He played quarterback for three years, then offered his services as end because he saw this was a weak spot. He turned in a top performance at a new job. Co-Captain Joseph Shultz was without a peer at fullback for three yearsg then he took on the task of playing tackle when injuries left that position weak. Paul Shamansky, Quarterback IT TAKES COURAGE Tom McSurdy, riddled with injuries, never gave up his high scoring left halfback chores. Mike Lavelle, advised by doctors to quit football, came back and A nearly upset favored Hazle Township single handedly. Bob Kowitski overcame inexperience and injuries to become a feared right halfback. Bob Marinelli was in the thick of every bitter defeat without flinching or being replaced. Vince McFadden took 135 pounds Csoaking wetj into a game and forced bigger men to run around the end away from his. Tony McGinley, John Maley, Francis Kukla, all inexperienced new- comers, gave it all they had. Jack Lubeskie, who did not see action all season because of injuries, could have been one of the best guards in the Conference. Hubert Kealy, manager, could not have been more steady on the job than he was. The boys all displayed a trait not recorded on the scoreboard- courage. That makes them winners in my book. Sincerely, Joe Apichella, Coach Mr. Joseph Apichella, Coachg Mr. Narkcavage, assistant. sf'2k1 Joseph Shultz, Fullback Robert Marinelli, Tackle Robert Kowitski, Right halfback Robert Duni, Center. .j" 3w. ' 1 13-fir'-'tn' Q pr' U v 'Il 'iff o . 'Q ia?-bf 'ff 4 ' , , -1, vim: - X MS 'S s'8 + 'A ,sl .fn fi-wifi. "Uri 'Km W 'V L3 L "' ff , , , A wg., 'fififw Q , ngv... L. Def. X ff x i Mn ., Q X '!P,,.. s ' x Q fx , ,M -tw K. D wi A Q I f,-1, va 5 vu ,.-'Q 13 ,,u x 1 V, -dh Aw C4 tr. ' ...A ' - ,J K' 8351, .. .- t 2.35 41, was -' " 11 . ff" 1 . .f "fl--'43 ,-'lv 1 ' Q"- .' W.. - - , I 9.3.6, V A ' . 's x 1' " A "M ' e -Q , 2 4 1: . ,- 2" rig: -. " .-Q., ?fPe.2'9..,.A J.- - 4, ,. viii 'F,z?f 'x 5- ,544 Q' so as-.+' 9 fs John Lubeskie, Guard Vincent McFadden, End John Maley, Tackle 1955 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE We They Sat., Sept 10 Away-Shamokin H. S. 0 75 Sun. Sept. 18 Home--Pottsville Catholic 13 26 Sun. Sept 25 Away-Reading Central Catholic 7 59 Sun. Oct. 2 Away-So. Scranton Catholic 13 19 Sun. Oct. 9 Away-Archbishop Prendergast 6 54 Sun. Oct. 16 Home- St. Joseph's, Ashland 25 13 Sun. Oct. 23 Home-Shenandoah Catholic 0 33 Fri., Oct. 28 Away-Coal Township 20 45 Fri., Nov. 4 Away-Hazle Township 14 33 Sun., Nov 13 Away-Marian Catholic 6 19 Sun., Nov 20 Home-St. Michael, Hoban Heights Cancelled Michael Lavelle' Guard' Thomas MCSU!'dYa Francis Kukla, End Hubert Kealy, Manager Left halfback 00" L1 N. .ix ' W5 'A 46' 11541, : wp-q K ', "5""5aN- f..' 4 5" 4w":U'- " 23 ' Ii. Y hav " llbw 295'-r iff. 3 5-iii--'sf ' ffx' ,faciaifi ' :fLf2Sisli!'.1fa,jFe 5. 'ii-if.-I QT.: c rw.. v inelli scored an easy layup Charlxe Grnscavage glves all he has but barely mxsses tap agamst taller York man After feinting York's Stewart into air, Bob Mar- AST SEND OFF Standing Coach Joe Apnchella Tum Drucxs, John Dxak, Jack Polntza, Patrxck Larry Joyce Bull Kozlowskx, manager Marmelln always m the tluck of the never endmg scramble for rebounds, tres up York opponent for a held ball Kneelmg Bob Darrup Bob Marmelln, Captam Jerry Boyle Stan Petrovnch, Charllc Grnscavage Tom Shaulmskn Mlke X 1 '91 Q , I I1 !! 1 ' : , , . . : , . . y 7 ! ' l f-Q N ' , . ak- 'L . di' ' L V W. W xv H V , . -c' 'V Y Ja., +' N P- +0 S , Q X ng x y xg' xx ,tyre W .4 2 Stan Petrovich f6j positioned himself well for this rebound. At the time of writing, the 1955-S6 basket- ball season was not yet over, but with nine games still to be played, the boys of '56 had already established themselves as the "winning- est" RAM Basketball Team in the history of our school. At this date the record shows ten wins and eight losses with the remainder of the schedule showing promise of more victories. Captain Jerry Boyle, who established an in- dividual scoring record of 34 points in one game for future RAMS to shoot nt, was the team's high scorer, :tee rebounder, and top play- maker. He was very ably assisted by senior Bob Mnrinelli, second high scorer and rebounder, and by senior Joe Shultz, a proline guard. N-ww' i Cheerleaders: Lorraine Pizzoli, Kathryn Guinan, Margaret Con- nolly, Carol Matulewicz, Anna Tamaninig mascot, Nancy Apiehella. Marinclli and Pctrovich again battling York's six foot four inch Stewart in thc all important backboard struggle. Charlie Gris- cavage waits to join in . . . if the ball should rebound his way. www Mapu, asv"""' 1'- f 1' 'lf Margaret Connolly, director. I Y X I -S w ...,f. 4 -f he -no Y! -L., i, I v, l "f New it I , a K if " e ' Q -,tj I 4' kj xx . T- Ns First Row: Theresa Morgan, Gloria Procopio, Virginia Zapatocky, Mary Alice Rooney, Mary Purin, Elizabeth Sweitzer, Julie Fazzalari, Kathleen Bressi, Kathleen Doyle, Sister Marian, directing. Second Row: Michaline Mickalitis, Marie Carlock, Mary Alice Kane, Jacqueline Henrie, Anna Mae Walsh, Kathryn Guinan, Margaret Savage, Antoinette Guarna. Third Row: Regina Silcoski, Sarah Neary, Sarah Fetterman, Patricia Dixon, Raydel Radzai, Mary Catherine Byrnes, Enrica Sottapictra, Eleanor Shosh, Margaret Tighe, Jacqueline Jurgill. THE SO GS WE SIN xYIl'l2lICVCI' the occasion demands, the Glee Club will satisfy the need for melody. The interludes of the Senior Play, the Oratorical Contest, B.1cc.1laure.1te Mass, and Graduation mark the public appearances of this talented group. The hands of the accompa- nist, Mary Alice McDonnell, feel at home on the keyboard. Eleanor Shosh, Ruth Dixon, Kath ryn Guinan, Anne Connaghan Regina Silcoski, Sarah Neary Anna Mac Walsh, Margaret Con nolly, accompanist. Mary Alice McDonnell, ac- companist for the Glee Club. fi-4 6 Q, Mmakilm Tn ii Q? Hmm Q4 2 lk -x H f X S f E wi ' .Lx YH i "V ,FF A X 'J The Garden Club Cnmmzftec Kathleen Bressm, Veromca Allushuskn, and Raydcl Rndzai, confer vnhnlc Margaret Cortoran and Michael Bnanchmx look on. Michael Bianchini as Father Lorraine Pxzzolx PC'YkHIS, acquelmc Hcnrne Bclfyg joseph Sosnoski O fer Iohnson, oseph Shultz, Ralph Ycromca Allushuski, Mrs. Wcmblvm, Kathleen Bressx Mrs Woolscj, Rayclal Radzax Mrs. Ioncsg Margaret Corcoran, Mrs Woolstg J' 4 . vp, B? f ..., 'X .1 'V' K. a Q. il Q --.-W,-, J...-J-.......3, x f - 551 Q. C -:ow V. n Y Q - J A 5 W , . - -n I Ji- K 'Q 1 2 'gals' 8 E . i s w 4 2 Q ,... 5 W 1, L X , 1 . Sig Q 9 'A i 1 . 5 E ' K 5 it wi.. 1 " Q S -gi , 4 32 Ki 5 l V :fe 1 - . 5 sfwf 5 H 'nfs , , - ,- i 1 3 f Q 5 F, A N ' ws 5' , ' .01 "fat 51 f J. iff ,E A A , X S 1 gii 4 Q1 if kj ' ' , 3 X , H 2 ,n 5? .3 3 0, V v , I f I 52' K ' , ! i ul' feb X ,gg . +2 Zi ff? 1 ' E . :L X ij .'4.,.if a .1 f W 5 Q, X15 Q f A Nj '.,s 'P .K K' 5' l i ff +I fb' A r xzf X A tx 5 ,! ry,,- O olm Maley as Father lectures Vlrgnma Zapatocky as Kathy A M,,,,.-new . -1 PS 4 A ,K fi .5 ei The traditional visit to Our Lady's Convent is a social highlight of Prom Night. The Sisters behold their pupils in a radiance that is delightful. Every beau and belle strut to advantage that night. Every corsage is noted and admiredg every ruffle and ribbon appreciated by the admiring Faculty from the vantage point of the Convent stairs. is The Prom-:A night that becomes a constellation all its own from the first day we enter high school. Here it is fast becoming a golden memory for those attending it, either for the first time or the last. Its hours are joy-Filled. The theme "Melody of Love" becomes forever Ll haunting refrain for those who are dancing through this night of nights. i .. . nh I , The Grand March that climaxes a wonderful evening is just one of the memories that the evening holds. Carol Matulewicz and her escort, Robert Kowit- ski, are especially happy as they check the pro- gram. ouR count MEMORY ' ii di Gracefully and happily these couples are ing the evening that has been dreamed for months. ,7 K I r XWS-.X enjoy- about el ,' . 4 r it ss sg ,st is .S - ff-HE -Q ? at . 6'77l77lZ7Z6'677ZZ7l Commencement . . . the beginning of our adult life! With mixed emotions we face these memorable days which start with Baccalaureate Mass and conclude with the Graduation Exercises. How eagerly we anticipated these days when we would wear the cherished insignia of graduation . . . the cap and gown. Now those days have come. It is with something akin to nostalgia that we don them thoughtfully. We are proud to reach this goalg we are sad to leave our happy school days behind. At the Baccalaureate Mass we pray earn- estly that our future will reflect the Catho- lic way of life we have been taught. The dignity of the Baccalaureate Procession never fails to impress those who witness it. Our parents and friends are happy to be a. part of this ceremony. This is the long awaited time . . . we begin the first of the ceremonies that lead to the awarding of the long-wished-for diploma. f Q' Y f Graduation is here. We casually greet our classmates and thcn form our line for the grcat event. Nothing can quite describe our thoughts on this occasion. UW 1126! new me U LEW? ,iw Jiqfagcgofgf diljilll ffmzff me mffksg ' 1 - f 3, 5 V mf Nr. . f ' I f 1 S f. , l .2 A Zz, 1 QAM ,Q 3 ' A . A '- ' S? . ..,- N My I .kh f,h7k ' I , ' -- ,,. 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Phone 2 0 8 Congratulatzons to the Class 0 56 rom LOUIS DONDERO Maga me and Newsdealm BRADLEY S INSURANCE AGENCY MOUNT CARMEL PA PHONE 321 Bonds Insm ance Real Estate P A STIEF 85 SONS The Regzon s Learlmg Out tte1 to Men and B035 A N Typ C1 b JOIN TODAY 9 13 North Oak Street Mount Carmel Pa 8 I , ' jf rf as 'A' z' ' 7 , . 1 , oy F A Y A Licensed Agent for the Pennsylvania Plan ew e u - , , C n pl ment LORD S DRESS SHOP MOUNT CARMEL PA JOHN WARDROP 85 SON Ha dwa Me ha ts MOUNT CARMEL PA STANDARD DRUG STORE S 1661 C mpl t o THE HUB plm t MILLER BROS SHOE STORE S h O k r MOUNT CARMEL PA E R BASTRESS LUMBER CO t O t MOUNT CARMEL PA Cpl f GALLAGHER S SHOE STORE MOUNT CARMEL PA ALBERTINI MOTOR CO ol Pofa trlOKU C MOUNT CARMEL PA M C uf PETE S CLOTHING SHOP A o p W 206 SOUTH OAK STREET 1460 Co pl f KRAMER S BOTTLING WORKS th M k c Sr MOUNT CARMEL PA SCHELL'S FLOWER SHOP h O k t MOUNT CARMEL PA THE MOUNT CARMEL ITEM tos 6 Ca lHgl Co pl PETER WYSOCHANSKI S t a cl MEYER STREET C pl HOSIERY MILL STORE E t MOUNT CARMEL PA C g tlatostoth Classo 6 m SHUDA'S MARKET MOUNT CARMEL PA Compl ts o HACK S HARDWARE CO MOUNT CARMEL PA o 1 i s of 9 1' re rc n 3 ' Y ' o imen s f 151 outh Oak Street Phone: Mount Carme Com i 9715 of Compliments of 22 out a S reet 7 h and ak S reets , 1 Y ' om imen s of - 9 Cbevr et - n i C -- Buick. Guaran ee . . sed ars , . , . ount armel's Ne est Men,s and ' m ima, 5 of Boys' Clothing , 9 Lay way 31.0 er eek Nor ar e reret Mount Carmel, Pa. Phone: , . S Extends Congratula i n to the t S t ou a ree Class of "5 " of ' ' tho ic i J m iments Of om iments of 9 Mea s n Groceries 22 ast Fourth S reet Centralia, Pa. , ' on ra u i n e f "5 " l :men f fro A 9 , . , . 82 Complzments o HENLEE'S Ladzes Appmel MOUNT CARMEL PA NEWBERRY'S Mount Ca1mel s Famzly Store Extends Best Wzsbes to You and Your Famzly at Tins Tame Complzments o JAY JEWELER Yom Leadzng Iewele1 134 SOUTH OAK STREET Mount Carmel Pa MARGO S JEWELRY STORE A Good Place to Buy Watches Dzamonds Evpert Repazrzng at P1 :ces You Can A md Complzments o HAROLD YARWORTH CENTRALIA PA Complzments o JEPKO,S APPLIANCES MOUNT CARMEL PA Complzments o DR EDWIN WEISBOND Optometrzst Thnrd and Oak Streets MOUNT CARMEL PA Complzments o DR J B DUFFY Locust Avenue CENTRALIA PA WELKER 86 RYAN Men s Wear 136 138 South Oak Street MOUNT CARMEL PA Congratulatzons to the Class 0 rom GREEN S DAIRY MOUNT CARMEL PA Complzments 0 BILL S DINER 526 Locust Avenue CENTRALIA PA NESBITT S CUT RATE Fourth and Oak Streets MOUNT CARMEL, PA Complzments o TOMOL S New and Used Ca1s Route 122 Mt Carmel Kulpmont Hway Telephone Kulpmont 3 8741 Complzments o MATUCCI WILLOW CAFE Italzan Foods and P1 za Pre Phone 9728 Complzments o MAXIE S CAFE Center of Oak' MOUNT CARMEL PA Best Wzshes to the Graduates of 1956 FRANK J DEVINE Insurance 229 East Second Street MOUNT CARMEL PA ' f ' f , ' x f ff56l, J' 1 9 . ' f 'f 9 Compliments of . f , 9 . f - Jr . f . 9 . 83 UNITED MEN S SHOP ALFRED A SILVANO Men s Clotlozn and Funzzslamos 10 12 NORTH OAK STREET MOUNT CARMEL PA UPTOWN CAFE FRANK J RADZAI Mount Cru mel s Seafood House 251 South Oak Street MOUNT CARMEL PA MILLER,S PIONEER CLEANERS Smce 1 8 69 Tops zn Cleamu We Operate Our Own Plant ' Complzments of AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY 'A' MOUNT CARMEL, PA. 84 9 al' , . U XF . . 0 O Mount Carmcl's Popular Price Store , . Phone: 1339 . A J i' , . . . 0 O ir cc 9 'ets C H REITZ Atto ney at L Cong'at lat'on t T Cla o 56 CLAUSER CHEVROLET KULPMONT PA pl m nts POWIS PAINT SHOPPE S t Hck ySt MOUNT CARMEL PA Co pl ment GERTRUDE'S DRESS SHOPPE 0 Che c t Sc MOUNT CARMEL PA g tosto a NEIGHBORHOOD BAKERY k sa P tso WORKMAN SUPPLY CO r O k 1 MOUNT CARMEL PA pl etso ACADEMY BILLIARDS O t MOUNT CARMEL PA C plm nt HALEY'S FLOWER SHOP 4: d M pl St t MOUNT CARMEL PA 6 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 628 MOUNT CARMEL PA Class of 1956 MARY S ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY KULPMONT PA C plm tso MELDOTS CHILDREN' SHOP 134 S th O k St MOUNT CARMEL PA PITINGOLO'S MARKET sA Mad N t e 2 Ch r t KULPMONT PA C pl f FRANK GARBER t a MAHANOY CITY PA Compl RHOADS FLORIST SHOP KULPMONT PA plme t o ATLAS HARDWARE P t c k O1 n N th O k St 1 Pa 1053 J Co pl t ROYAL CAFE S h O k St MOUNT CARMEL PA I if 1 u 1 s o Comp am n o he ss f' r - - aw , . Com i e of m i S of 116 ou h i or reet 100 s nu reet 3 ' , , Con 1-atula i n the Complimen f Cl ss of "56" , 23 Sou h a S reet Prop., Wara sa opp , - Com imn f om i e sof 18 South ak S reet h an a e ree s a ' 3 - Congratulations to the Our Best Wishes to the Class of "5 D ST. ' , . , . om i en f S Where Price re e 0 M fl 143 es nu Street ou a reet , . , . om imen s of A zments of Con 1' ctor , . , . Comi ns f mimensof C0. Peter a ri os i, u er 30 or a reet 148 out a reet Mount Carme , . Phone: - , . 85 LHGGLNSFUNERAL SERVICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ambulance Se1 wee 38 40 SOUTH MARKET STREET Mount Carmel Pa Phone. 499 86 i' Funeral Home and Licensed Lady Undertakm 'k 'A' , 0 Con pl m nts E FEIFER'S CATERING SERVICE W g Pa t 405 NORTH Sth STREET 1449 ht Ca m t CENTRAL SUPER MARKET 132 S th O k St MOUNT CARMEL PA Q ltJIsHg Tha Pee plm t REED S MILK AND ICE CREAM CO SHAMOKIN PA plm t ANN'S RESTAURANT Hom Cooknga dB k g ch O k St MOUNT CARMEL PA SHIMOCK'S FURNITURE STORE S h 0 k c MOUNT CARMEL PA AMERICAN LEGION POST 608 CENTRALIA PA m t STRONG FIRE CO STRONG PA KULPMONT UPHOLSTERING Ch c 3 3081 K p t J Sc H SALES 86 SERVICE a U S sts M to t R b U 6 mplm t MOUNT CARMEL MOTORS g a rl B t W h MT CARMEL LODGE No 665 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE C mpl ts o ADRIENNE S Dresses o Dzstznctzon Congratulatzons to the Class of 1 9 5 6 HOLLYWOOD BOWLING ALLEY Mount Carmel, Pa. Congratulatzons to the Class 0 56" HARRY GEIST POST No 9 1 AMERICAN LEGION Mount Carmel, Pa , 1 i e of Compli ens of Banquets - erlrlin s - r ies 130' ou a ree: , . Phone' ' Mou 'rmel Pa wlhere 'mi ' i her n ri . . , . Cam i en 5 gf Com i en s of 9 e i n a in . 29 Sou a reet , . , . Compliments of 241 out a S reet , . 1 ' C mpl, f Congratulations to the Class of "56" o 1 en s o 3 . 714 es nut Street Phone: - ul mon 1 P3 Carburetor nd Tune- p peciali C0 i en S of o r and Au omatic Trans. e uilrlers A las, Pa. Phone: 33 John and Henry Fracalossi Con ratulations n es is es o imen f 9 If ff i' ir 87 Complzments V F W POSTNO 2110 21 West Second Street MOUNT CARMEL PA Congratulatzons to the Class o '56 rom SHAMOKIN DAIRY Pho SHAMOKIN 8 5791 MOUNT CARMEL 121 'ln S HALEY S GROCERY STORE LOCUST GAP PA Cla s GALLAGHER 85 SONS 10710 L SILVER SPRING MARYLAND JOHN F MILES KULPMONT PA THE GIFT SHOP W t Th d St MOUNT CARMEL PA Compl KARLOW S GROCERY LOCUST GAP PA C mpl t CLOVER HOSE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS A F R I E N D Congratulatzons to the Class of 1956 TOM CONNAGHAN 42 North Oak Street MOUNT CARMEL, PA of f 'f -Af 'k nes: Compliments of Compli ent of , . Plumbing , ' , . Congratulations and Best Wishes to Compliments of the s of "56', , 15 es ir reet oram Avenue iments of 9 OF o imen s of 'A' 88 Congratulations To the Class of '56 GUINAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE MOUNT CARMEL, PA Congratulatzons to the Class of 1956 TUL LIO'S BEVERAGES TULLIO MARINELLI P p 415 417 West Flg Street PHONE 413 MT CARMEL PA No Place Is Immune rom F I R E I We Wzll Be Glad to Help You JOSEPH RUFFING Agent 563 R LOCUST GAP CENTRAL SUPER MARKET Where Qualzty Is H1gbe1 Than Przce 'A' , ro . : . , . f Compliments of 'A' Are You Sure Your Property Is South Qak Street Adequa ely and Properly Insured? 'K' 'k Phone: - 89 LEON F HIGGINS Pape1 banging Pll11lt11lg Locust Gap, Pa Phone Mount Carmel 240 Compliments THE COLONIAL INN Compliments HODRICK'S HARDWARE APPLIANCE CENTER Natalie, Pa F1fth and Oak Streets MOUNT CARMEL PA C om plznzents POTTS BROTHERS Wholesale Tobacco Candy Cigars and Soda Fountain Supplies Mount Carmel, Pa PHONE 83 C 0 nz plzm en ts BILL THE BARBER uk Conzplim ents of LORD'S DRESS SHOP Specializes in Cutting Mount Carmel, pa. Ladies' Hair 'A' : -J , ' of Of 'A' Of , 'k of I 90 Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend HONORARY PATRONS RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR STANLEY A DOBINIS RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR LAWRENCE F SCHOTT V F Lfzdlslaus Alachmewxcz, C S Sp Andrew Bnberger O S B Leo A Benrschmxtt Leo A Bxerster Joseph Ceponls Louis A Creeden Frincxs Dmkel Charles A Dombrowskl Louis S Dougherty Mxchael E Homolfl ohn Jendzurfa C S Sp Woodrow W Jones John J Kealy Joseph P Kealy Vladlmlr Levxtzky Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend N1chol'1s L1z1k Alphonse T M1fClnC1V1gC Anthony J McGinley Mlchael M Menko Damel Menmtl James E Noel Jerxmxas Onuferko Joseph J Pecrovnts S T D J C D Patrick J Phelan Peter Suef, S T B ohn J Suknsuc Sullnvan Francls Szumlerskx, C S Sp Stephen C Zajac Joseph B Zydanowxcz C S Sp FRIENDS OF CATHOLIC HIGH Student Councll of Cathollc Hxgh 7 St Peter s Holy Nmme Socxety Our Lady s Nitnonal Councxl of C1thol1c Women Mxss Doyle Catholic Hngh Athletnc ASSOCIRIIOH Our Lady's Holy Name Socxety Our Lady's Youth Councxl Student Council of Cathollc Hxgh Carmel Echo of Cathollc Hngh 9I I . J. . . . . . I . , I I I, I I Reverend Farace Reverend Joseph J. Skibinski, C.S.Sp. J . , . . . J - - ' BUSINESS PATRONS S5 00 Louxs Yuskoskx Mt Carmel, P Pete and B111 Shaulmskl Stecker s BUSINESS PATRONS S3 00 Barker Bakery 209 S Oak Street Mt Carmel Pa George Mathew Dr and Mrs P Schneuder The Hat Box M' Carmel, Mt Carmel, Pa BUSINESS PATRONS S2 50 Belbrae Hotel Second and Mapel Street Mt Carmel Pa Brennans Cleaners 900 Chestnut Street Kulpmont, Pa C1rls Custard Stand Carmens Toy Shoppe Tom Cuff Gulf Servxte Avenue and Oak Street Mt Carmel Pa Famous Lunch Nrck Voulelxs 35 N Oak Street Frank s Market 3rd and Poplar Street Mt Carmel, Pa Glllottl's Pnzzarna 22 W Fxfth Street Mt Carmel Pa Km3,'s Musxc House 24 N Oak Street Mt Carmel Pa Anthony Mnscavage 4 N Oak Street Mt C1rmel Pa N BL S Cut Rate 3rd and Chestnut Street Parry s Market 123 N Oak Street Mt Carmel Pa Mr and Mrs Charles Joseph Purcell Locust Awenue Centralla, Pa Safeway Cleaners 1235 Chestnut Street Kulpmont Pa Mlnnxc Shuda Whnte Rock Cafe 430 W Thlrd Street BUSINESS PATRONS S2 00 A 8: L Market 1023 Chestnut Street Kulpmont, Pa Joanne Andrulewncz, Bull Doyle s Snack Bar Locust Gap, Pa Sammy Commodarn 1131 Scott Street Kulpmont, Pa Mr and Mrs P J Cosgrove Thomas Culf Mt Carmel, P Eleanor Kropp Beauty Salon Mt Carmel, Pa General Mme Bmgo Georges Radxo and Televnsxon Servxce Kelser, Pa Hotel Loeper Ashland P Jean s Shop Pottsvxlle, Pa Marlm Kexser Locust Gap, Pa Kerstetter Jeweler Mt Carmel, P Kloma s Beauty Shop 718 Locust Avenue Centralna, Pa Kohn s Market 300 N Locust Street Mt Carmel Pa Koval Shoe Store Mt Carmel, Pa Krehel Tarlor Shop Kulpmont, Pa 92 Joe Malloy 33 E Thnrd Street Mt Carmel Pa M-trateck s Shop Kulpmont, Pa Yvonne May Mt Carmel, P1 Natxonal Tap Mt Carmel Pa Pulaskr Mr and Mrs Onuferko Popson s Market Locust Avenue Centralna, Pa Dr and Mrs M Stnef Mt Carmel, Pa Mr and Mrs Sweltzer Kulpmont, Pa Mr and Mrs Wnllnam Weldon 210 Chestnut Street Kulpmont, Pa Q 0 . a. , 1 0 - . Pa. - , . . . "' I , a 7 ' 1 - . . . 1 , . ' . , . , , . , . . , . , . n 5 e I l I . . , . . Mt. Carmel, Pa. Mt. Carmel, Pa. Mt. Carmel, Pa. " o , a. . ' . - s - 1 ' '53 - , ' ' ' 1 . 3. ' 1 ' . . . , H l J' S . a, ' , ., ' . , . ' ' , . . . ' l , , PERSONAL PATRONS S1 00 A l ruend A Fr1end A I'11o.nd Mr and M15 Ph1l1p ACCl1VCttl Sam Allnson Veromea Allushusk1 Mr and M15 Warren Altomare Mr and M1s P Amarose Patr1c1a Ama1osc M s llll1 Andreatt1 md MIS J Anchucavagc r lnc M15 Joseph Andrulew1c7 111 M15 P Andrulew1cz and M15 C Angelo ranus Angelo lene Anuzns nu r and M15 A Al'ZlSllI1 and Mrs August Buddy August Mr and Mrs Alex Augustme Mrs Rose Barron Mr and Mrs F Barelll George Bayer Mr and Mrs Edwa1d Becker Mr and Mrs J B0glS M md Mrs F Bcrgan K C Bergan Mr and Mrs M B1anch1n1 M155 Ann B1anch1n1 Mr oseph Bol1ck Joseph Bosev1ch Mr and Mrs Fred Blase M15 oseph Bosev1ch Mr and MIS N Bossa The Boys of 10 A John A Boylan Mr and M1s W Boyle Je1 ry Boyle 1 md M15 Robe1t Brennan md Mrs Jacob Bruclv r and M15 C Bress1 and Mrs C B1-1dv MISS N Breslm Mr and Mrs L Br1dV E BKOSIUS MIS ohn Brophy K1thrvn Brophy M and Mrs C Byrnes Muv C1tl1c11ne Byrnes Mr Robert Cahoon M md M15 Ralph Cannon Mrs Helen Carlock Mr and Mrs Frank Cass1dy Henry Catmo Toseph B Ca1.rry Mr and Mrs A Cero M and Mrs J Chapman M1 and M15 Wm Chapman Mrs Frank Chango Mr and Mrs John Cheddar Mr and Mrs F Chesney Mary Ann Cxocco Mrs N C1llo r Edward Clause1 r and Mrs A Clauser and Mrs A W Cob1n r and Mrs os Col1cch1o Mary Col1cch1o Cohen s Hardware Dorothy Connaghan oseph Conn lgh In Mr and Mrs T Connlghan Mrs T Connolly Mr and Mrs Thom 15 Cook Mr and Mrs J Corcoran ohn J Corcoran J Mr and Mrs W Costa Joan Costa Joseph Covas Mr and Mr and Mr and Kathryn and r and r an Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Da1 Mrs Mrs Mrs Ed Crawford Paul Cross V C7epuka1t1s le C Dallazn W Dan1sev1ch B F Darrah Clara Daya Dan Daya and Mrs T Delaney Mrs Leonard Den1sew1cz Mrs N De Mamcor Ade11ne De Mamcor Edsw ard Deromed1 ohn Ronald DeSola Eleanor Dettrey lst Sgt Franc1s Dettrey 1 Mary Ellen Dev1ne John D1 lk Patr1c1a D1xon Mr and Mrs L D1xon Mr and Mrs J I. 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