Munhall High School - Munhisko Yearbook (Munhall, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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S 1 6 ' Q ' . .-Nf elif. W Q, 1 'K 10, ,ti f 4 . Aw x . - s W we Winsiz Af:,,,fuf,"g QQQEQQ 1' w iam' , rw 545,153 , - . ,Q A 72551 -22 . ws W eggs? ' . Tim X a ...--s.. R, fr.. T 4, WV ,.'?'lw,,f ev Wm: 5 'M'-I-. V V, L Liu. . , ' ,Lu f ,.:,:-' 'ff' A tk ,V wk' ,lg Q, jg was JW , Q gs ww 5 W is Zia W TQ YW wmv, 1- 5 1 ' Q, 'S 'xx M2 -ugh by WM .I ,.V:, .,:, . RM QM v sk gm -. iwgw-M gswm, fm. 1 ' Qff 2? reg gli W ' figj A ,. . N ' W 'I 4 Y' J , v- i V" 1 .Q -1 fswf, ,- ..::,. W BOOK 1 Administration Faculty . .... . BOOK 2 Organizations .. Activities .t.4.t BOOK 3 Undergraduates Sports i..,i,...,....,. BOOK 4 Seniors ......... ,... Advertisements CONTENTS 3 Pages 12 Pages 22 Pages 30 Pages 54 Pages 66- 21 29 53 65 89 Pages 90-101 Pages 102-125 Pages 126-148 'Mid the hills of Pennsylvania, uw1a:mwx1n:-v2eI141v' '-'f'14sf'ff'--vfx' 1-1' f ' 1 ' At the gateway of the WVest Stands our dear old Nlunhall High School N, rr Q ,,,.1,,,.,g,,4 V, ,, ,. . . V 'Q Loved by all of us the best Gathered 'round her stately portals, r if gy A 1 Q-vwfmmff'-"""W'f" Do what V Where: 5 With what nfl Sweetest mem'ries ever cling, 9 A fW?lS ' ,- "'llniiw , ,L N7- ' Q L wr x ES? ', :: xv Q ,gm .L my Sv K- M4 ,. T655 Q W ww 'EY' . 4, el. - . W, L .- 5 K 1 W R Q i -..J Sheltered us beneath her wing. 11 4 FACU LTY Fl. ,y Ny ' 1 X . ig' ADMINISTRATION 1 w i w 44" ADMINISTRATION 1 Left ro right: Row 1-Mr. C. H. Redshaw, Mr. J. G. Garland, Mr. L. A. Patterson. Row 2--Mr. W. A. Smith, Mr. T. M. Rutter, Mrs. M. Ku-una, Mrs. E. Edmundson. Board of Education Behind any large and worth-while organization there must be an active group of leaders. 'llhe Munhall School system is such an organ- ization, and these school directors are its leaders. The conununity has chosen the ineiubcrs of the Board of Education to make important deci- sions concerning finances, educational policy, equipment, and faculty. 'l'he value of the school system can bc based on the ahility ol' the Board ol' Education. MISS ELIZAXBIQTH FURREST .Secrf'lr1ry of the lioard MR. MAX YV. VVHERRY High School Principal DR. EARLE O. LIGGITT Szzjaerilzlevlrlrffzt, Mmzlmll Sflmols MR. HOMER YV. BEGGS W'0oclIawn Principal MR. RICHARD D. KOEHLER VOC'flfIA07II1lSCl700l Director Mary Jane Olcn Left to right: Dcnna Lynch Ma Shi Left lo right: Row 1 James Eakman XVilliznn Davies Row 2 Arch McGill Richard Rowley Fred Stevens Jesse Cotter Louis Borsos rjorie Nlzlch rley Caslldollar Left lo right: Bernice jones Dorothy Dohrunski I.efL to righl: Warren Vfchrcr Thomas Middlemiss XVilliznn Robertson FACULTY DIARY D. BANE CHARLES E. ISLICK IRENE E. BOLLINGER LESLIE BRAND, JR. RUTH BRIGGS N G, EDWARD BUSCH IRIS M. CANTWVELL THEODORE T. CHARLTON JAINIES A. COLAIZZO SARAH E. COX JOAN CUDDEBACK 24 WVILLARD L. CURRY STEPHEN V. DCAUGUSTINO ELIZABETH VF. DONALDSON WVILBUR C. EICHLER THOBIAS P. EBIBIEL ALBERT C, FRANTZ RUTH N. GRAY ELSIE G. GROAT 25 BENJAMIN S. ELKINS ELEANOR V. GICQUELAIS JOSEPHINE 0. HILL MARG NICHOLAS H. KLISKEY ROBERT MARKLEY JEAN E. MCCLATCHEY ARET S. HOWVAT MILDRED M. KELTZ JOSEPH s. LACKO RICHARD MARTINKO NIDA JANE MCGIBBENY 26 MARGARET A. MacBETH KJOHN L. MCCARTHY THOMAS MCGRATH BETTE METZ CLYDE F. MOCK DOROTHY G. NEWVELL HAROLD NOROSKI WILLIAM O,ROURKE HARRY RAMSAY MERCEDES V- RECTOR NANCY ROCKWVELL THELMA A. RUSH ELSIE MAE SERBIC REGIS V. SHALLEY 27 1. LEYVIS SHANNON HUHERT C. SHIRING MARGARET NI. WVALKER ADA B. WVIDDOWVSON J. SOLON WVILS PETER ZECCA JAMES L. ZIMMERMAN 28 HORACE H. TRIMBLE LORINE A. YVHITE ON STANLEY A. ZINGLE Dr. L. L. Darsie Louise Neundurf Dr. E. A. Pfeiffer Mary Molyneaux Marilyn Lyden Cafeteria xV0l'kCTS L 5 Q gf? ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES CANDY SALESMEN, THAT'S OUR NAME N w I w 1 1 CHEERLEADERS FOR OUR TEAM i I 1 A ANNUAL WVORK IS OUR AIM 1 W BAND WITH GLITTER AND GLEAM , BEST'-TEST PAPERQEM A Ural Ikflb-'ww K HARD WVORK GOES TO MAKE OUR PLAYS OFFICE WORK WE DO THIS, THE PROM, IS DAY OF DAYS BAND FORMATION TOO ORGANIZATION D. BENE R. WVALLACE A. CRUX R. RUSH P. sUHozA ANNUAL EDITORS CO-EDITORS DoLoREs BENE ROBERT WVALLACE COPY EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER LITERARY EDITOR AUDREY CRUX KARL RUSH PAULA sUHozA SPONSOR MISS ELSIE GROAT MISS GROAT 3 6 Annual Staff Out of the years that each class spends at Munhall High School, many memories are evolved. ln order for every student to leave this school with a store of memories, our high school annual is published by the senior class and sponsored by Miss Elsie Groat. The goal of this annual of 1952 is to bring back some of the mem- ories of the happy days you spent here. This staff with all its hard workers, hopes that it has been successful. Left to right: Row 1-S. Barany, V. Pavucsko, C. Kampe, E. Pesm, A. Ehnot, J. Anderson, A. Devey, R. Malloy, A. Jusko. Row 2-E. King, R. A. Graham, D. Bene. E. Cotterell, A. Crux. J. Stuler, J. Ritter, A. M. Patrick. Row 3-R. Wallace, J. Butala, N. Yurcun, P. Wise. P. Zentner, S. Layton, A. Lindberg. Row 4--Miss Groat, G. Williams, P. McCullough, M. 1. All. E. Kelly, M. Clutter, E. Kolesar. Row S-N. Savolskis, G. Tice. 37 1 Left to right: Row 1-R. Malloy, E. Pesta, H. Oross, C. Kampe, V. Pavucskn. Row 2-B. J. Lacey, N. Yurcon, A. Jusko, K. Kameshka, E. Cotterell. Row 3-M. McDonough, L. Brawdy, M, Turocy, M. J. All, P. Suhoza. 1 Row 4-M. Clutter, E. King, D. McCuean, J. Ritter, 1. Stuler. Row 5-P. McCullough, A. Lindberg. ' 1 Annual Salesmen y 1 The job of publishing a yearbook is not entirely one of assembling material. An important part of such a project is the sale of the finished product. Long before the book is printed, these girls are busy taking orders for it. They work hard and deserve inuch credit, lor they have done their share in the publishing of this book. y 1 1 1 3 8 1 1 Dramatic - Library Clubs Both of these groups, under the leadership of Mr. C. Edward Busch, strive to present the students with entertainment of various natures. The Dramatic Club provides theatrical entertainment, while the Library Club takes care of the books, a source of entertainment to all those who enjoy reading. DRAMATIC CLUB Left to right: Row 1-W. Hilliard, W. Williams, D. Waddell, R. Suto, H. Peat, R. Morrison, D. Kracun, R. Bucko, J. Motsko. Row 2-T. Stevens, J. Bretsnyder, P. Martin, L. Drozd, M. Schultz. B. J. Harkovitch, P. Flaherty, A. Lewis, T. Slater, W. Jackson. Row 3-A. Yarkovsky, G. Owston, H. Bonner, J. Ebner, S. E. Delaney, C. Cadman, E. Smith, N. Smith. M. A. Hamilton, A. Wilk- inson, E. Shirokie, W. Docherty, D. Cad- man, E. Petroski. Row 4-M. Lanyon, M. Cuttler, J. Volaski, E. Adamitz, J. Koza, J. Ryczek, R. Scott. B. Cherep, N. Jurso, R. Stitt, E. Lacey. Row S-P. Radisauky, I. Oncea, M. Patnik, B. Balint. G. DeBoth, F. Schellman, D. Zanotti, G. Porter, G. Molzer, L. Matthews. Row 6-R. Dugan, P. Elicker, R. Murdoch, J. Steiner, R. Hill, J. Kondis, Mr. Busch, M. Hammond, C. Evans, J. Fischer, A. Freid, W. McCarthey. WOODLAWN LIBRARY CLUB Left to right: Row 1-T. Ilyas, S. Freeborough, M. Worton, N. Weis, L. Sanka, J. Kuzma, P. Gold- strom, R. M. Martin, L. Clutter, R. 0'Donnell. Row 2-J. Perhac, J. Misla, L. Patnik, N. Mc- Dermott, A. Joyce, G. Van Kirk. M. Tier- ney, M. L. Dady, C. Cook, M. Oberlin, J. Hook, V. Roberts, V. Onaitis, J. James. E. Obester. Row 3-E. Ondo, P. Stall, N. Zanotti, P. Ken- der, A. Porter, B. Misko, T. Ilyas, E. Lacey, M. Bunecicky, B. Dixon, E. Jeffreys, N. Churma. Row 4-C. Delandro, D. Balint, A. Cook, C. Collins, A. Stuart. M. Horvath, B. Kuzma, G. Skillpa, A. Ferreri, M. Txetnik, K. Groves. Row 5-J. Hamilton, P. Kate, W. Hanlon, P. Hunt, Mr. Busch, A. Lloyd, B. Docherty, B. Sallinger, M. J. Hriczo, J. Boot, J. Daerr, E. Rall. -'-' f r ' , .. . Left Row R 0 W Row Left Row Row Row Row Row GERMAN CLUB to right: 1-S. Steiner, M. l'Iorvath, E. Ebright, J. Steiner, A. M. Patrick, J. Butala, B. Grieser, Miss Rector. 2-N. Savolskis, E. Kate. R. Wallarc, R. Tice. Irwin, D. Perston, I. Eckbrelh, G. 3-J. Kazimer, J. Lesko, N. Vargo, G. Onclo. Hadvab, J. Dunn, J. Houser, R. FORUM CLUB ro right: 1-S. Broadright, M. Schultz, B. Hnrkovitch, Burk, G. Kazimer, A. Yarkovsky, P. Flaherty, G. Owston, A. Porter, E. Smith, M. Orris, S. Lewis. 2--B. L. Kearton, E. Lacey, M. Scheelz, J. Kola, D. Zanolti, N. Smith, M. A. Hamilton, A. Wilkinson, R. Diduch, E. Shirokie, I. Oncea. 3-C. Cregan, A. Volosky, Ryczek, J. Stewart, M. Hammond. N. Jurso, G. Cartmel, B. Balint, M. Bishkoff, L. Matthews. 4-R. Stitt, P. Radisauky, M. Patnik, L. Kameshka, J. Garland, R. Schwam- berger, F. Fonzi, R. Pastor, S. Grin- berg, T. Holdsworth, P. Buran. 5-Mr. Zingle. WOODLAWN LATIN CLUB Left Row Row Row to right: I-A. Porter, E. Smith, M. Scheetz, M. Orris, M. Hamilton, E. Shirokie, S. Lewis, D. Zanotti, I Matthews, J. Stewart. 2-P. Radisauky, N. Jurso, J. Garland, Chatt, R. Gnvlak, D. Drozcl, F. Pop- C. ko, M. Suhoza, A. Zwarich. 3-Mrs. Hill. P. Buran, S. Connolly, G. Romig, A. Cook. SENIOR LEADERS Left to right: Row 1-L. Sedlak, A. Devey, R. A. Graham, R. Malloy, N. Yurcon, A. Jusko, F. Gem- einhart, E. Pesta. Row 2-S. Steiner, C. Thompson, R. Gasper, S. Litz, B. Cypher, D. Jesko, F. Kushner. Row 3-B. J. Lacey, B. Grieser, V. Schloss- nagel, C. Bishkoff, S. Wilson, N. Lalich, A. Lindberg. Row 4-M. J. All, S. A. Frazier, J. Patterson, Miss Cantwell. WOODLAWN HOMEROOM CONGRESS Left to right: Row 1-E. Churma, S. McCulloch, P. Goldstrom, J. Daerr, J. Brain, D. Rogers, M. Vereb. Row 2-C. Armstrong, S. Storer, R. Ellis, M. Catena, R. Murdoch, W. Jackson. WOODLAWN TRAVEL CLUB Left to right: Row 1-S. McCulloch, R. Passafiume, S. Novak W. Stephens, D. Waddell, T. Slater. Row 2-E. Churma, J. Volinski, J. Neundorf J. Motsko. Left to right: Row 1-M. Wampler, J. Ritter, R. A. Graham. Row 2-D. Sleva, N. Walls, H. Oross, V. Campe, J. Evans, Miss Howat. Row 3-M. Bargman, A. Devey, P. Arlzuckle, C. Kavulic, T. Kuzmik. Row 4-D. Derry, B. Bingham, 1. Wassil, M. A. Dzujko, F. Mermelstein. Row 5-R. Rolewitz, H. Balint, M. Stevens, E. Mortimer, L. Repka. Row 6-E. Stupar, I. Zorn, N. Yurcon, J. Butala, D. Komar. Row 7-H. Tishon, B. Toperzer. H. Solomon, J. Patterson, B. J. Lacey. Library Club Composed of girls from tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades, the Library Club aids Miss Margarel Howat in Lhe running of the school library. They take care of keeping Lhe shelves in order, stamping books, and aiding the students in finding material. They are a valuable asset LO the library. 42 Senior Executive Committee The Senior Executive Committee is composed of the Senior Class officers, Senior Student Council members, and Senior Homeroom repre- sentatives. The Executive Committee is under the leadership of Mr. Leslie Brand, the Senior Class sponsor. The committee plans and spon- sors the senior dances and all activities of the class during the school year. It is an important body of the governing system of the school. Left ro right: Row 1-T. Mantia, K. Kameshka, W. Kane, A. M. Patrick. E. Cotterell. Row 2-A. Lindberg, J. Iddon. T. Cook, A. Jusko, R. A. Graham, M. J. All, J. Ritter. Row 3-R. Berberich, W. Wampler, J. Zubkus, F. Flaherty, J. Kennedy. 43 Left Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row JUNIOR LEADERS to right: 1-M. Houston, L. Janosko, R. A. Rudick Boeltz, B. Palmer, E. Green, C. Rogers . Lyons. J. N 2-S. Nuss. S. Kepes, B. Fitz. G. Hager- duch. A. Needham, J. Prantis, P. Malus. 3--E. Mortimer, J. Colledge. M. Belyan K. Byrnes, Quinn, L. Macosky, M Rutter. 4-M. Gormley, B. J. Toperzer. M. L Wampler, L. Esken, B. Lucas, H. Solomon J. Eckley. CANDY AND MILK SALESMEN to right: 1-A, Crux, E. Cotterell, N. Yurcon, P. Zentner. 2-E. King, K. Kameshka, E. Kelly, 3-M. Wise, D. Stnnchak, A. M. Patrick. 4-W. Cuttler, R. lVIcLaughlin, F. Kern. S-D. Boytim, T. Cook. R, Cowen. WOODLAWN STUDENT COU NCIL to right: 1-Mrs. Serbic, A. Wilkinson, J. Carney, A. Lewis, P. Bennett. Mr. Carr. 2-B. Docherty, A. Cook, M. Orris, T. Slater, L. Clutter. 3-E. Pearson., G. Novak, P. Elicker, A. Blasko. a v Left to right: Row 1-M. A. Hamilton, B. Cl-ierep. S. Lewis, S. Grinbetg, P. Buran. Row 2-N. Jurso. Mr. Carr, C. Chan, D. Drozcl, B. Cox, A, Williams. Photography Clu b YVoocllawn boasts a new organization this year headed by a new teacher. The members of the Photography Club are students who are interested in this fascinating hobby. Most of them have had little ex- perience or training, but Mr. Franklin Carr is doing his best to teach them the fundamentals. One of the activities of the club was a photo-contest held for the students of NVoodlawn. VVe are sure to hear more of this group as it grows in size and importance. 45 MUNHALL STAMP SALESMEN Left to right: Row lf-J. Moody, N. Ladick, W. Loper. M Wise, M. Coles, M. Bargman, M. Tomchek U. Walters, P. Zentner. Row 2-V. Rosser, P. King, P. Olen, N. Stevens P. Wickelman, D. Derry, E. Kenny. Row 3-E. Pishinsky, D. Bene, F. Faith, M Majernik, M. A. Leskanic, N. Yurcon, J Muir, S. Steiner. Row 4-S. Wise, L. Jacob, M. Bodnar, A. Dur kota, G. Reinerth, R. Steiner, Mr. Shannon WOODLAWN STAMP SALESMEN Lefr to right: Ciuner, G. van Kirk, E. Shirokie. Row 2-P. Kale, R. Morrison, C. Cregan, B. Peters, M. Cuttler, M. Besenyi, Mrs. French. Stamp Salesmen Mrs. Iva French and Mr. Lewis Shannon lead these groups of students in the sale of U. S. VVar Saving Stamps. These stamps, which are sold once each week, provide a convenient means of saving for Munhall students. 46 i v Row 1-J. Ebner, S. McCulloch, B. Simko, L. JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB Left Row Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row Row Junior Science Clu b Mrs. Wfanda N. Swanson sponsors this group of seventh and eighth grade students, who would like to continue their studies in the field of science. Biology Club Miss Irene Bollinger, sponsor of the Biology Club at Woodlawn, furthers the interests of her biology classes by the extra-curricular activ- ities performed by this club. to right: 1--T. Whatley, D. Sernan, R. Shimko, E. Pido, T. Pingor, R. Steiner. E. Harkless, D. Macosky, S. Gallippi, E. Dindak, D. James, A. Thompson. 2-W. Loper, J. Thompson, M. Tomchek, J. Shields, C. Loutsenhizer, A. Bamford, P. Walsh, J. Stefanchin, W. Ladick, E. Rottman, B. Fedor. 3-J. Harry, J. Esken, C. Carr, G. Arthur, L. King, B. Conners, R. Skorski, B. Splatt, M. Mathias, C. Chorba, G. Marsh. 41N. Jones, A. John, C. McCarter. H. Warren, M. Moskal, C. Rago, R. Mizak, A. Angst, P. Dudas, Mrs. Swanson. 5-W. Stawiany, J. Roman, W. Fowler. L. Berkley, C. Kalupson, W. Mahanna. BIOLOGY CLUB ro right: 1-P. Martin, M. Scholtz, P. Flaherty, G. Owston, N. Smith, M. A. Hamiltoni, A. Wilkinson, E. Shirokie, P. Scheetz, M. Orris. 2-R. Diduch, C. Czystuch, T. Holds- worth, E. Lacey. S. Lewis, M. Hammond, F. Vereb, J. Ryzcek, B. Cherep, Miss Bollinger. 3-N. Jurso, C. Weghorst, R. Stitt. I. Oncea, P. Radisauky, M. Patnik, J. Kohut, J. Garland. 4-R. Scott, C. Chatt, B. Schwamberger, F. Fonzi, P. Buran. Left Row Row Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row Row Row Row Row MUNHISKO to right: 1-D. Chasko, M, Kundrat, J. Anderson N. Lalich, J. Ritter, H. Toperzer, B. Glunt N. Savolskis, L. Gryb, H. Fedor, M Houston. 2-H, Warren, G. Hafzerduch, S. Nuss E. Green, B. Palmer, M. Broome, A. Glick M. Merenick, C. Muha, J. Franks, L. Jan osko, B. Poad. 3-F. Mernlelstein. J. Garase, M. Plutto L. Salopek, L. Williams, J. Watkins, J couedge, F. Dallos, R. zolnak, C. Rocci, G. Patrick. 4-J. Muir, E. Kenney. L. Macosky, M. Repko, E. Mortimer, M. L. Martin, A. Kac- zon, D. Ambro, R. M. Chvasta, V. Bossert R. Burns. 5-G. Byers, H. Tishon, L. Esken, P. Bugos, B. Toperzer, R. Kuzma, D. Rogers, S. Andrews, J. Rusnak, C. Brown. 6-E. Mizejewski, L. Smulek, J. Martin, G. Halter, Mrs, Metz. HI-LITES to right: 1-R. Farrow, P. Carney. F. Cerra, P. Clare, H. Finnecy, R. Bernd, D. Stupar, D. Schrecengost, A. Blasko, R. Murdoch. 2-T. Ilyas, B. DeBoth, D. Cadman. S. Broadright, M. Srhultz, B. J. Harkovitch, P. Flaherty, G. Kazimer, M. Patnik, I. Oncea. 3-Mr. Martinko, M. A. Hainilton, N. Smith, A. Wilkinson, J. Burk, A. Yarkov- sky, G. Owston, E. Smith, M. Orris, P. Bennett, W. Stitt, S. Ferchak, K. Nagy. 4-N. Bracco, T. Meister, R. Magnus, T. Weber, R. Winkler, NI. Scheetz, E. Shirokie, R. M. Diduch, S. Lewis, V. Docherty, T. Holdsworth, S. McCulloch, J. Steiner. S-P. Buran, J. Koza, A. Volosky. J. Stew- art, L. Matthews, M. J. Hrizco. E. Lacey, M. Lanyon, N, Churma. B. Kuzma, G. Skillpa, A. Stewart, R. Hill. 6--P. Hunt. R. Stitt, L. Kameshka. B. Sal- linger, M. Hammond, B. Cherep, N. Jurso, D. Zanotti, Daerr, G. Cartmel, B. Balint, M. Bishkoff, G. Miller. 7h-S. Grinberg, Franklin, Garland, J. Carney. Munhisko - Hi-Lifes These are the groups who Work so hard to keep us posted on the happenings here at Munhall Schools. The Hi-Lites is published monthly by Woodlawn students, and the Munhisko bi-monthly by its staff of workers. 48 1 National Honor Society Each year members from the Junior and the Senior Classes are elected to the National Honor Society. To be a member of this organiza- tion a student 1nt1st rank high in Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. Members of the National Honor Society, which is spon- sored by Miss Margaret I-Iowat, are elected by a committee composed of the faculty. Left to right: J. Ritter. J. Zavodnick. A. Crux, P. Suhoza. R. Wallace, D. Bene, K. Rush. 49 Left to right: Row I-B. Wido, F. Mermelstein, D, Walendziewicz, A. Bruges, D. Chasko, R. Wilding Row 2-A. Jusko, K. Kameshka, V. Bossert, C. Grim, P. Lewis. Row 3-H. Szatkowski, M. Rutter, E. Kenney, S. Litz, E. Cotter-ell. Row 4-J. Kennedy, N. Lalich, F. Madar, R. A. Graham, A. M. Patrick. Row 5-T. Cook, J. Iddon, T. Mantia, F. Kern, A. Lindberg. Student Council The student governmem of the school is in the hands of the Stu- denL Council. The council meets every Thursday after school. The number of members from each class is proportional to the rank of the class and the number of studems in iL. The student council also spon- sors various social events Lhroughoul the year. It is under the capable leadership of Mr. James Colaizzo and Mr. Joseph Lacko. 50 Left Row Row Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row Junior Red Cross The Junior Red Cross, a chapter of the Pittsburgh Red Cross, has done a great job in the past year. It was done under the capable sponsor- ship of Mrs. Ruth Gray, Mrs. Elizabeth Donaldson, and Miss P. M. Charleton. The organization is made up of hoinerooni representatives and any other student who wishes to participate. This year we filled gilt boxes, made favors, and participated in a number of meetings held by the Pittsburgh Chapter. MUNHALL JUNIOR RED CROSS to right: 1-C. Tester, M. Baka, A. Bamford, V. Pavucsko, S. Barany, A. Ehnot, J. Ander- son, R. Rudick, G. Marsh, J. Esken, M. Moskal, B. Splatt, L. Maze. 2-J. Lepolt, V. Rosser, M. Wickelman, S. McCue:-m, S. Niemitz, S. Tomko, D. Derry, D, Bobick, J. Colledge, G. Byers. 3113. Cypher, M. Plutto, D. Durica, M. Majernik, M. A. Leskanic, M. Broome, M. Wise, P. Zentner, J. Wassil. 4-L. Rakauskas, S. Szekely, R. Burns, R. M. Chvasta, M. Bodnar, P. Olen, H. Murphy. 5-M. Rutter, H. Sabol, J. Butala, E. Stupar, A. J. Franklin, B. Hermansderfer, H. Proudfoot. 6-Mrs. Donaldson, J. Eckley, B. Toperzer M. L. Wampler. WOODLAWN JUNIOR RED CROSS to right: 1-M. Uplinger, R. Wilkinson, S. Delaney, C. DeLzmdro, B. J. Harkovitch, G. Kazimer, F. Roberts, S. Fullard, A. Kirk, C. Boot. 2-R. Scott, A. Cotterell, R. M.,Diduch, P. Bennett, S. Ferchak, D. Savolskis, G. Por- ter, E. Shirokie, M. Patnik. 3-D. Drozd, F. Fonzi, M. Hammond, B. Cherep, B. Schwamberger, B. Gritzan, P. Buran, B. Sallinger, L. Matthews. u.nnz2mmwwMwmm..,.,W. .-,, f . . ...M . . .sf-X , . - ,...f W v Y 1' Q 23 Qgigg f , X i 95 , 5' am i Y? J E ? 3" ,V k 9353 f v, , ' 5 ff 5 M ..,.:', i2v ww mf: aisfyu , ,Q YQm, 2 ' QyW'WW H 451. Q., Q WW .11 41 1. vw-s..,,,'. 1 M fm ,,,,. A A . Q W- W fer, ' 5M-A iimff , x ' UQT2?EE3i W W ??QQ vwpi wfga ' .,. K' 'X I L wg .wg S 1 We sn, on' 'Q , Left Row Row Row Row Left Row Row Row Row Hall Patrol Keep to the right! Keep moving! 0ne step at a time! This is what you hear in the halls of Munhall schools between classes. Those who are giving these orders are the ones responsible for the conduct which takes place in the halls. They are there to help you, and they are well deserving of any praise we may give to them. MUNHALL to right: I-J. Anderson, L. Brawdy, V. Luther, A. Ehnot, M. A. Chasko, R. M. Brecht, M. Turocy, A. Devey, R. M. Malloy, R. A. Graham. 2-J. Stewart, N. Yurcon, M. Wise, C. Koval. M. A. Novotny, N. Miller, E. Bel- yan, K. Kameshka. B. Laird, S. Steiner. 3-E. Cwtterell, M. Clutter, M. Kresoski, A. Crux, E. King, A. M. Patrick, B. Lacey, B Grieser, M. Vojtko, M. J. All, S. Layton. 4-S. Barany, E. Kelly. E. Belan, A. Lind- berg, R. Bottesch, H. Toperzer, E. Kristofik, K. Rush. WOODLAWN to right: 1-A. Wilkinson, M. Orris, E. Shirokie, S. Ferchak, P. Bennett, S. Bt-oadright, R. Gavlak, M. A. Hamilton, M. Boytim, N. Smith. 2-Mrs. Serbic, M. Bishkoff, G. Cartmel, S. Lewis, B. Balint, G. DeBoth, A. Volosky, J. Franklin, N. Jurso, M. Scheetz, Mr. Carr. 3-D. Drozd, M. Suhoza, G. Novak, J. Carney, P. Buran, J. Garland, L. Kameshka, J. Stewart. 4-B. Schwamberger. .veuemmwxwnmwzawelfrtvt f A -ff.. ww...meicnaswzevcvtww ACTIVITIES E P I 7 l . ' 0 4 QA Q 5 ff ? Q fm 4395 ' Qi , i ,,, gy Q7 Wa , A.., K x- W . M Q I 'H ' I Mu P 1 1 4 , Q Qu , P, 5 2 . ,QA -W 5 E 9' CenteriD. Cadman. Left ro right:-E. Lacey, P. Flaherty, J. Burk, L. Patney, D. Ridgway, S. Delaney, G. Kazimer. Wootllawn Cheerleaders "Go, team, go! Go, team, golu is the cheer yelled from the sidelines of every game. It is this group who leads this cheer, and results often show that their cries have not been in vain. 57 Left co right: Row 1-B. Hermansderfer, N. Miller, A. Ondeck, I. Olcxa, D. Lukacs, E. Klinko, P. Kroll. Row 2-A. Thompson, J. Kish, W. Wesley, R. Smith, L. R. Clutter, F. Fawcett, A. Williams, P. Bennett, S. Kramer, N. Siml-co. Row 3-F. Kern, F. Vereb, M. Lanyon, P. Hollis, J. Hakos, R. Stallard, G. Halter, R. Mullen, K. Muir, E. Moreno. Row 4-T. Holdsworth, J. Franklin, L. Kameshka, J. Rusnnk, J. Patterson, W. Cuttler, S. Grinberg, T. Price, E. Adams, K. Rush. Band This year the Munhall High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Regis Shalley, appeared at niany school and connnunity functions, football games, and in various parades. The highlight of the year for the band was the band concert held on April 24, and 25. This past year the band sponsored two dances. By means of these dances they raised the money to buy each senior a sweater on which to wear his band letter. 58 -la . . , - Left to right: Row 1-Mr. Shalley, J. Richards, C. Cadnmn, S. Watkins, S. Niemitz, C. Freeborough, G. Owston, G. Byers. Row 2-J. Lebedda. C. Virostek, T. Long, J. Andreyo, G. Nama, W. Jackson, E. Rottman, G. Motsko, A. Porter, lVl. Sinai. Row 3-J. Waddell. E. Dowie, E. Shick, J. Daly, B. Spisak, A. J. Franklin, C. Uplinger, E. Ried, U. J. Newry, J. Wassil. Row 4--P. Cook, A. Cook, L. Reithmiller, R. Wallace, W. Wain, R. Inglis, M Mezinze, K. Bigda, J. Kovach, J. Kucera. Band There are eleven seniors who will leave the band this year. Mr. Shalley will miss these people, but with the large program going on which is training many boys and girls to play musical instruments, there should be a great deal of new talent to fill the chairs left by these graduates. These graduates Will look back at the years they spent in the band as years containing many pleasant memories. Very few of them will ever forget the good times they had playing in the band and participating in its act1v1t1es. 59 Left to right: Row 1-P. Krall, W. Cuttler, J. Patterson, Mr. Shalley. Row 2--T. Holdsworth, P. Bennett, R. Wallace, j. Richards, C. Bigda. Band Council In the past several years, our band has become an organized unit. Officers were elected and given certain responsibilities. This year, a council has been added. It is made up of the regular officers as Well as a number of additional band members elected by the entire band. It works with the director, Mr. Regis Shalley, in setting up the policies which should increase the potentialities of such a vital part of school life as the band. 60 Left to right: C, Freeborough, S. Niemitz. L. Watkins, C. Cadman, P. Kroll. E. Klinko. D. Lukacs, I. Olexa, A. Ondeck. M ajorettes Here come our high stepping majorcttes clad in our school colors of maroon and white. They not only helped to provide entertainment at the football games, but also provided some of the pep that made our team one ofthe best. Rotators Left ro right: A. Yarkovsky, L. Berquist, N. Lalich. L. Puspoki, B. Walendziewicz. Left ro right: Row 1-G. Pingor, M. L. Wood, M. Schamus, N. Stephens, L. Maze, C. Zanos, I. Guba, J. Anderson, S. Barany, Mr. Emmel. Row 2-R. Dudas, D. Schultz, V. Luther, M. Ague, C. Muha, D. Stancbak, R. M. Brecht, L. Ebright. Row 3-F. Dallos, B. Bingham, C. Obringer, E. Klinko, C. Koval, M. A. Novotny, R. Slava, R. Dodge, M . Leslcnnic. Row 4-J. Steiner, D. Gribble, N. Miller, E. Belyan, M. Kresoslci, D. Volinski, L. Tomko, K. Kameshka. Row 5--I-I. Balint, L. Wasik, E. King, V. Lengyel, M. Bodner, M. Axelson, B. Laird, D. Sninslcy, W. Lowstelter, Row 6-A. J. Davis, C. Brown, C. Bishkoff, A. Lindberg. W. Rogers, J. Stoffel, A. Davis, G. Crevar. Row 7-F. Crux, W. Ruston. B CHOIR 2-O. Pnpoff. G. Duch, D. Good, J. A. Franks. Left ro righr: Row 1-Mr. Emmel. Row Row 3-M. Flaherty, L. Esken, L. Macoslcy. Choir Another phase of Munhall's music de- partment is our choir. Mr. Thomas Emmel directs this able group in many community and school programs throughout the year. Its concert with the band at the end of the school season is the climax of an eventful year. Left to right:-F. Kern, V. Kostcvny, J. Martin, M. Lebedda, J. Kennedy, Miss Rush. Stage Guild Although this group may be small, the job they perform is by no means an unimportant one. lVhile the members ol the cast are learn- ing their lines, this group is working hard and long behind the scenes to make the perfor- mance a success. Together with Miss 'l'helma Rush, who works with them constantly, this group deserves much credit for all the enter- tainment their work has made possible. SENIOR PLAY DEAR RUTH Cast Dora ,.....,....,............,..,..,....,..,..... Mrs. Edith XVilkins ,..... Miriam Wilkins ,. ...,... ., judge Harry XVilkins ........,...... Ruth Nvilkins .....,.., ...,...,..,........ Katherine Kameshka .....,........Shirley Knight ,.,,..Shirley Steiner ..,......,,...Karl Rush ..........Janice Stewart Lieutenant Vfilliam Seawright ...,.,...... Richard Bottesch Albert Knmmer .....,....,,............ ............., J ames Lesko Martha Seawright .,....,.............. Sergeant Chuck Vincent .... Harold Klobbermeyer ..... .......Elsie Cotterell ,.....,,...R0bert Wallace .,.....,Michael Lebedda JUNIOR PLAY TURN BACK THE CLOCK Cast Mr. Arthur Palmer ...,,.. Mrs. Anna Palmer Larry Palmer ....,....... Evelyn Qliviej Palmer ..... Sally Palmer ................. Johnnie Stone .. ..... ,. Charles Hill .........,.....,.. Maybelle Harrison lrene Ish erwood ....... Phyllis McS0rley ...,.. Barbara Bannister Ollie Bannister ......... Chubby Bascombe Hilda ......,...........,........ Bing Allen ,,,.......... .jerry Simms ,,... Cathy Blake ..,...... Jack Davis ...,... 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M A -y 'www wfXfYQj1,,g --15,5W'1y'f,gasiiifW'-fvfh H ' : .gf535,5y i Q ' ,fifw-w:w"G:f" W-HEWW QM 45' ' smg wgawfff !1lsi11eY':fiff2.r5gg4Q gf ? . -ge3g1gi?Q5f41?G'?w?5gEL.?S' K -gm . 2. ,wif . ' 54 I: N xX1f5iiESi225,i,i,w3i?l1fsw X . ' '22 s , 'lr War' . 'V M m-L. - 'Z - vs J, M ' 4 , r 282 g3J:'l'.:.t 311, xl .uk fm 5- ' 'ii f'fFii?"i' 35. 5 , . g 023 .Q - f x ffv ' G it K if gg: ,S if NLF M A A . ..,, . -:HT fb, . 1 ,P - ff :sg L- ' ' wp ,f..,.,' fe is W JFS? man SPORTS ,Af 'im W 13. N, w-M f K ' A , . X N, . . X .Mg ,:1'ff... H, -'AZ'-, '.?g','.i, Q.,-gn-3 .,. xx--g .q,Si W b, r .1..v,,,. W Ulla- g',...k1Z lk..-','.v'11h1 ,...-,..-gm' ,,....',.-A...f ,, .X .f Fri UNDERGRADUATES . 15 ,SV was ,f2s:'W' HSL? rg Q, si ,If -5 1541, Q- ,,,,,Qi,..,,..,. 4 in nf, xk ,Q if we --ii' gl-in DERGRA UATES 1 L rx x8 sxN II ,Tin HYA Ifvgl pn , A Xuvn, ' 5 vb , ,,..,. A tl :Xi 1 'l'El', 7531. Hg, f:EtT't uf Q ,'. "' an-QA! 3 FRESHMEN STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Left to right: A. Bruges, H. Szatkowskl. Freshmen The Seniors are now looking back to the time when they entered high school as Freshnien, while the Freshmen are gazing with envy at the graduating class of '52, and looking forward to the time when we shall be in their places. Yes, with much sadness you leave the gates of Munhall High School, and we, with much gladness, are only entering. lVhich of us are the lucky ones? WOODLAWN FRESHMEN STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Left ro right: P. Elicker, A. Blasko, E. Pearson. 72 Left to right: R. Ackerman, E. Adamitz, R. Adams, E. Albrecht, B. Ander- chalc, J . Andrcyo. C. Armstrong, J. Bacho, J. Baptie, D. Barnes, M. Behun, P Bennett. J. Benson. R. Bernd, M. L. Beserock, B. Bileck, M. Bingham W. Bittner. A. Blasko, D. Blazer, H. Bonner, J. Boot, D. Boyle, J. Bracco R. Brecht, M. Broome, F. Brosky, D. Brown, R. Bud2lY. Freshmen G. Bugos, R. Butko, M. A. Chilli. J. Chuha, N. Churma, A. Cotterell. M. Cuttler, B. Danko, B. Dudas. E. Dufek, R. Dugan, Evans. H. Feder R Fetzko , , H. Gentile. C. Cadman, D. Cadman, M. Cloonan, C. Collins, D. Danko, G. Demchsin, A. Durst, M. Dzvonik, R. Finnecy, D. Florian, G. A. Brugos, D. Carney, K. Cooper, M. Ducar Endres, S Gavlak, R y .-5, . 1 is . ., fs f - '1 95514 gf 'Z ' D J as .M 1. 5 F' ' , ,, .Q ,M - x X. -hifi f ' , K my 4. ' I ng at if 2 C . fi " 2 5 in A-MY M 5 My 1 '-,. L . ...ny fi .A tn 1 W Freshmen Lefr ro right: E. Glinski, M. Gracan, E. Green, A. Gresko, D. Gress, R. Gritzan. L. Gryb, G. Hagerduch, J. Hamilton, W. Hanlon, R. Hepps, H. Herceg. G. Hess, R. Hill, W. Homot, J. Hooper, M. Horvath, M. Horvath. M. Houston, M. J. Hriczo, J. Humenik, P. Hunt, T. Ilyas W. Jackson. P. Jakim. G. Janosko, L. Janosko, R. A. Jonash, N. Kasko, P. Kate. A. Kirk, Al. Kondis, R. Kosuda, J. Kramer, K. Kubancsek, M Kundral. M. Kushner, B. Kuzma, E. Lacey, G. Ladick, K. Laird, M Lanyon. L. Layton, J. Lebedda, W. Lebeddn, P. Leskanic, B. Lesko, A. Lewis. C. Lindberg. A. Lippay, K. Loy, G. Lucas, N. Lyons, M Majernik. J. Malo, E. Malone, E. Mantia, M. Marcinko, E. Martin J. Martin. Left to right: R. Martin, D. Mastascusa, J, Matthews, T. McCarter, H McShane, T. Meister. D. Mezinze, M. Miller, R. Miller, J. Miniagio, E. Marone E. Moskal. R. Mrazik, R. Muha, R. Murdoch, J. Murray, C. Nadzam K. Nagy. S. Nuss. M. Olen. G. O'Shell, M. Palchik, B. Palmer, D Parkinson. E. Pastirilc. M. Patrick, D. Patsen, E. Pearson, C. Pishinsky B. Poad. C. Posipanka, J. Pupik, A. Quinn, T. Repko, D. Ridgway, J Rock. C. Rogers. B. Sallinger, F. Saracco, T. Scheetz, C. Schellman E. Scholter. D. Schrecenftost. N. Schuetz, B. Schufferl, R. Schweinberg, R Scott, G. Sellers. D. Shimko, H. Simko, V. Simko, G. Skillpa, J. Smelscer, R Solman. J. Sotkowski, D. Spohn, C. Stahl, J. Steiner, W. Steiner, A Stewart. Freshmen n Left to right: W. Stitl, D. Stoffel, D. Slupar. R. Sum, V. Sweeney, H. Szatkowski, B. Uhryniak, S. Vajda, W. Vajda. E. Varhola, W Varley, L. Vavrek. L. Vereb, P Vereb, J. Vigna. Freshm en R. Vinnn. G. Wallace, B. W'alls, D. Walters. A. Wargo, P. Waschak. B. Wehrer. B. Wfeinberger, R. Weis, F. Williams, D. Wise, P. Wohl. W. Worton, M. Yuhasz, M. Zalclos, J. Zanos, G. Zapf, J. Zimmerman. Freshmen Absentees Left to right: M. Toth, J. Watts, R. Kondas. P. Blazer, J. Monik. Left to right: P. Elicker, G. Penchuk, L. Vereb, H. Gatehouse. WOODLAWN SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUNCIL NIENIBERS Lefr ro right: P. Bennett, J. Carney. Sophonlores We are getting nearer and nearer to the exit gates of Munhall High School, and, with each passing year, our knowledge has been increased and so have our memories. YVe may remember for a long time to come what we have learned here, but the good times we have had will linger in our minds even longer. MUNHALL SOPHOMORE OFFICERS X Left to right:-J. Watkins, S. Kepes, E. Harkless. Left to right. J. Andrews, L. Andrews, B. Ax, B. Balint, S. Ballog, M. Bergman. G. Bartek, M. Belyan, R. Belyan, P. Bennett, L. Bergquist. M. Bishkoff. G. Black. P. Blazer, C. Bobik, D. Bobik, J. Boeltz, B. Boges- dorfer. E. Borcik, C. Borish, F. Boytim, N. Bracco, R. Brennan, S. Broadright. C. Brown, P. Bugos, P. Buran, J. Burk, K. Byrnes. J. Carney. J. Carr, T. Carr, G. Cartmel, M. Catena, P. Ceyba, C. Chatt. Sophomores D. Chasko, B. Cherep, J. Churma, P. Clayton, J. Cloman, J. Colledge. S. Connolly, A, Cook, R. Coret, R. Cox, C. Cregan, J. Crisp. J. Critchfield, C. Czystuch, G. DeBorh, R. M. Diduch, J. Docherty, J. Dorcak. J. Dorney, C. Drago, J. Drotor, D. Drozd, D. Ducar, B. Duche. D. Duranko, R. Dugas, E. Duleba, N. Dunmlre, J. Duran, L. Durica. A. Durkota, M. A. Dzujko, H. Ebright, J. Eckley, R. Ellis, L. Esken. Left to right: I J. Evans, W. Evans, F. Fawcett, C. Fazio, M. J. Felix, S. Ferchak. A. Ferreri, E. Fetsko, B. Fitz, F. Fitzgibbons, P. Flaherty, F. Fonzi. Sophomores D. Frankwich, J. Franklin, W. Frazer, J. Freeborough, G. Gaca, J. Garaae. J. Garland. J. Gavlak, R. Gavlak, D. Gillot, D. Good, M Gormley. R. Grzyb, T. Green, K. Greenlmw, S. Grinberg, M. A. Hamil- 4-452 ton, M. Hammond. ' E. Harkless, B. J. Harkovitch, A. Havics, James Heatherington, " Jane Heatheringlon, Robert Heininger. " Ray Heininger, R. Hermansderfer, J. Hess, E. Hoffman, T. Holdsworth, R. Hollen. M. Holewinski, E. Hollis, M. Hornyak, G. Horvath, 'I' Hovnnec, R. Howe. F. Humanic, J. Hunt. N W. JJ' M. A. Hvasta, L. Jacob. A. James, C. Joseph, R. Johnson, N. Jurso, A. Kaczon, L. Kalla. gg. ffi L. Kameshka, V. Kampe, J. Kascak, J. Kasper, G. Kazimer, , ,, I f B. L. Kearlon. . , , R 7233 iris: 1 R f , r, Q' if H ,sf , i , F fy - 'X I R any .S 2 ii i I fi? 1 'ITM -Gig -' isis!! gi R R .5 TT. l - .75 ...KQ- K A .... 5 ,.. i A Qi - rf. .Q ' L L .. S1 'S Y I . .. .1 ff RN 'max F3 s R L 3 ' 12- ' ' ff 9551 . R 4"::.."' f 7' J? .4 .x F .lim -up-p . , fs! li ,M .Z W W9 Wi. fi SM . . , if 1 L P6 'ff . .. ge ---- f . ,H+ W . ' . WLL. ,1 - W Q- i-iiziigziixsi -fi? L ' k"L , ' f . fi . -J11 . .x.. e.erl Mem, fe . , if Left ro right: N. Kelly, S. Kepes, P. King, J. Kistler, J. Kmetz, J. Kohut. D, Komar, J. Kormak, W. Kosko, J. Koza, C. Kracunosky, M Kratzenberg. R. Kupec, R. Kuzma, T. Kuzmik, E. Lacey, N. Lacko, F Laychak. R. Leech, J. Lepolt, J. Leskanic, S. Lewis, T. Lippay, M Loosz. A. Loposky, B. Lucas, P. Lutzko, L. Macosky, P. Malus. J Marlin. Sophomores M. L. Martin, P. Martin, R. Mason, L. Matthews, P. Mattiko R. Muyta. D. McCloskey, R. McKay, B. McMarlin, R McLindon, F Mermelstein, R. Miklusko. R. Mikula, J. Milko, G. Miller, E. Mizeiewski, C. Moller J. Monik. E. Moreno, E. Mortimer, F. Muhal, K. Muir, M. Muir, R Mullen. J. Mulvihill. A. Needham, M. R. Nemes, M. Novack, G Novack, U. J. Nowty. Lefc co right: P. Olen, R. Olsavick, I. Oncca, M. Orris, G. Owston, D. Palmer. A. Pasternak, R. Pastor, M. Patnik, G. Patrick, B. Perun, W. Peters. J. Pido, M. Plutto, P. Pollard, F. Popko, A. Porter, J. Pranis. K. Pxguili Race, P. Radisauky, L. Rakauskas, C. Rakowski, . a . T. Renkiewicz, D. Restauri, A. Ridgway, K. Robes, M. K. l Robes, J. Rockovich. G. Romig, V. Rosset, K. Rowell, R. Rudick, M. Rulofson, N. Rushe. Sophomores J. Rusnak, M. Rutter, J. Ryczek, H. Sabol, F. Sarge, M. Scheetz. F. Schellman, P. Schick, R. Schwamberger, M. Schultz, R. Scott, A Selai. R. Sepesy, R. Severa, W. Shields, E. Shirokie, E. Simko, F. Simko. V. Skorski, E. Smith, J. Smith, N. Smith, R. Smoley, L. Smulek. H. Solomon, J. Soltis, B. Spisak, R. Stallard, M. Stanchak, J . Stewart 'Wlw Q5 'V RICQRQ ., w I is ' 5 fill, X of' A ffm 3 'LLL G A V if 2 of 22? i s- A . .2 S L . . ' . G. 5 Af.. 1 R V . - if J V11 v .af - Q, . J : W I Qi., HE VM, I ZEIQ- .,,, , ... ah. . W. r J Q' " 52 . , at if ,,-, -l a. A , 12 I 1. fam. , K W - , x, A A .Sf . ...af Y' mf-I E3 l S 'V G L , of f H Q " JJ Q , av- f Q 59.2, . k LV,' V K .A ...A , ii t.'h K f' N' 11. ' af! r i nk: 1 ' 1 ' Wg' ' V, .,,, 4 fha .Z-X E 'L 'aff-7 Left to right: R. Stitt, B. Stoner, R. Storer, J. Stupar, M. Suhoza, W. Terrell R. Terrick. S. Thomas, A. Thomas, M. Thompson, M. Tichon H. Tishon. NI. Tomko, R. Tomovcsik, B. Toperzer, M. Tretnik, T. Turner G. Valko. R. Vangura, F. Vereb, P. Vernon, W. Veseleny, C. Viroslck R. Vogt. P. Volinski, P. Volosky, A. Vrable, N. Wain, B. Walendziewicz D. Wnlendziewicz. G. Walker. M. L. Wampler, J. Wassil, J. Watkins, C. Weghors! S. Wehrer. D. Whitmore, L. Wilcox, A. Wilkinson, A. Williams, 0 Williams, S. Wise. P. Wolfe, B. Wycich, A. Yarkovsky, F. Zadory, J. Zak, D Zanotti. M. Zavodnick, T. Zeigler, I. Zorn, A. Zwarich. S0 phom ores Sophomore Absentees Lefr to right: G. Reinerth, B. McMarlin, A. Wolfe, J. Cuda. P. Kura, A. Marcinko, T. Lacey, E. Lucas. E. Slnvn, D. Means. s u Left to right:-S. A. Frazier, R. Wilkinson, N. Stephens. JUNIOR OFFICERS Juniors It's taken a long time to get here, and we'll not fail now. We've worked hard to get this far. Yes, we've had fun too, and of Course that makes the work worthwhile. WCy1'C looking forward to even better times next year, and when it's all over, we'1l look back to all the good times. It's work but it's fun, and we'll only remember the fun. MIS-S XVHITIE Sponsor 83 Left to right: J. Ackerman, M. Ague, C. Anderson, R. Andres, S. Andrews D. Anlauf. P. Arbuckle, M. Axelson, J. Baker, H. Balint, E. Bandik, P Barno. J. Barry, G. Bernard, J. Bickus, J. Biery, C. Bigda, B. Bingham C. Bishlcoff, W. Bittner, M. Bobick, M. Bodnar, G. Boger N. Booth. R. Borish, R. Borko, P. Bornak, V. Bossert, J. Bottesch, R Brickner. J. Brinker, C. Broadright, C. Brown, J. Brown, J. Brown, R. Bruno. Juniors S. Bugos, R. Bullion, R. Burns, M. Buza, G. Byers, T. Caddy. W. Cadman. C. Cheeseman, R. Chvasta, D. Clever, W. Coles, C. Cook. A. Corbin, R. Cowen, M. Coyne, B. Cypher, F. Dallos, J. Daly. A. Davis, A. J. Davis, J. Deakin, D. Derry, D. Dobos, S. Dobos. H. Docherty, T. Dorney, H. Doukakis, D. Dragojevich, B. Ducar, G. Duch. Juniors Left to right: R. Duclas, R. Dunmire, D. Durica, J. Durica, E. Duro, J. Dzujko. F. Eslok, J. Evans, M. Flaherty, B. Frain, A. J. Franklin, R. Franklin. J. Franks, S. A. Frazier, J. Frederick, C. Freeborough, W Freshwater, E. Garrity. R. Gasper, F. Gemeinhart, A. Gensamcr, W. Gent, P. Gidus S. Gilchrist. T. Glace, A. Glick, W. Graham, D. Gribble, C. Grim, I. Guba A. Guley, N. Hakes, G. Halter, G. Harlos, J. Hood, J. Howe I. Hriczu, V. Kirtz, A. Kavulic, W. Kazlmer, S. Kender, W Kennedy. E. Kenney, R. Kerrigan, W. King, P. Kascak, D. Kish, R Kohut. E. Kopie, J. Kovach. R. Kozak, J. Kucera, F. Kupec, S. Ladick N. Lalich, D. Larko, A. Lebedda, A. Lees, V. Lengyel, M Leskanic. Q . . z gf., s. 5 if yi f S fy F A 7 K I - fl 1 . , ,,.,. ,I .,,, A , ,, . F Ks A Z a s F2 E V'-f A . J E W - :lar .A .-iflfgvfw , 5 '- A .se iff sf' is 'Q ' if K ' . 5 Q A 'M' A "if A, f I nf sr. J Q if f . R9 J 9 gs ,..- -A in . ' Jeff? . like J F .gf 'LV' .-.. . L an V , if ,ik .5 ,gm I 5 fp . gi ,fb ' A ..'r - 4 ' ga . 'iki, 5, . A Ig: Jlzfgf was JKJ. gs F sf . i V wsrrsxggsx-4,3-f... Q i M Jrrrli- I A I .. . .QQ Le R. R. F. fc to right: Lesko, P. Lewis, W. Lippay, S. Litz, P. Lowstelter, C. Lucas Luptak, F. Madar, W. Majernik, C. Malo, D. Maramba, A Marone. Marlin, M. Martin, D. Mathos, K. Matthews, R. Mandzak L. Maze. 1 T. McAteer, S. McCuean, T. McDernxo!t, J. McGill, L. Maguire, I. McKnight. J. McShane, M. Merenick, D. Mihalko, D. Milhalchik, J. Mihalcin, J. Mikula. H. Miller, R. Moneck, C. Muha, J. Muir, H. Murphy, J Nadzam. W. Natcher, F. Nemeth, S. Niemetz, B. Novack, E. Novolnak, C. Nuss. C. Obringer. A. Opsiios, L. Orosz, E. O'Rourke, K. 0'Toole, M. Paskert. C. Polosnak. L. Patterson, D. Pavucsko, G. Perhac, C. Pcsolyar, J. Polachek. O. Popoff, N. Pmnis, H. Proudfoot, J. Ptasienski, G. Pupik, L. Puspoki. Juniors Left to right: R. Ramsay, E. Ratay, R. Detsch, E. Reid, R. Reinerth, L. Repko M. Repko, J. Richards, B. Riclclile, J. Riedy, D. Rogers, R Rolewitz. J. Salaj, L. Salopek, J. Saracco, E. Schick, V. Schlossnagel, T Schorr. M. Schrecengost, W. Schuetz, D. Schultz, D. Schultz, L. Mele shenko, L. Sedlak. G. Semancik, S. Siefried, M. Sinai, C. Sipos, M. Slater, D Sleva. Juniors R. Smnley, C. Stefko. M. Stevens, N. Stephens, W. Stevens D. Stagon. R. Stophel, J. Stout, L. Strutl, E. Stupar, S. Suto, D. Swanson B. Szatkowski, M. Szekcly, R. Szekely, S. Szekely, 1. Thomas C. Thompson. R. Tkach, A. Tomkiewicz, L. Tomko, S. Tomko, A. Toth, K Townsend. H. Uhler, L. Ulevich, C. Upllnger, M. Vavrek, S. Vereb, H Veseleny. if: 'S "RCW 'S . F. 5 fi Q L.: .Q 'E ,S 2 ,la mfg! A it I ,Fi iff' Left to right: D. Volinski. C. Vrabel, F. Vrabel, F. Wampler, J. Wanless, J. Wasik. S. Watkins, L. Wilscfn, M. Whalen, E. Whalen, M. White M. Wichelman. R. Wilkinson, P. Yatsko, I. Zimmerman. Juniors Junior Absentees Left to right: R, Zolnak, R. Middlemiss, L. Jacob, R. Cusack. F. Hlasnick, R. McGuire, M. Martin, G. Ulassin. fifiwiki t QEL JK Na? agggw -. . ,, gf , kfiiigs - Q 4 5 ,, s W1 SPORT QKW Varsity Football Squad The Indians had their most fruitful season last year, l95l, by de- feating Schenley, Taylor-Allderdice, Scott, Braddock, Clairton, Turtle Creek, Penn, Duquesne, and last but not least our worthy opponent, Har-Brack who had won over us in the past years. This was the first time in the history of Munhall High School that the Indians had remained undefeated and untied in YV.P.I.A.L. Class AA competition. Then came the district play-off at Farrell, where Munhall played a hard-fought game, in which they lost. Even though the team did not defeat Farrell, the Indians, of which Mr. Nick Kliskey is the coach, Won the Steel Valley Conference Trophy, the IV.P.I.A.L. competition trophy, and other district honors. Left to right: Row 1-R. Wilkinson, K. Proud, J. Dorcak. Row 2-R. Roscoe, J. Gillooly, J. Iddon, F. Wampler, R. Berberich, H. Healey, W. Kane, T. Cook, P. Kozak, D. Kelly, W. Wampler. Row 3-W. Freshwater, S. Vereb, L. Stagon, M. White, W. Gent, T. Mantia, T. Green, P. Blazer, R. McCulloch, M. Burke, E. Farrington, M. Catena. Row 4-1. Kennedy, Mgr., R. Meehan, R. Leech, G. Gaca, N. Bracco, A. Zwarich, R. Cowen, J. Churma, J. Brinker, K. Rowell. Smith, R. Healey, Mgr. Starting Line-Up Left no right: Row 1-H. Healey, T. Cook, D. Kelly, J. lddon, R. Berberich, P. Kozak, W. Walnpler. Row 2-W. Kane, R. Roscoe, F. Wampler, J. Gillooly. FOOTBALL RECORD Munhall 21 Braddock in Munhzlll 13 Clairton W.P.I.A.L. COMPETITION Munhall 14 Turtle Creek Blunhall 25 Schenley 0 Munhull 213 Penn Munhall 26 'l'z1ylor-Allclcrclice 0 Munhall I8 Duquesne Munhall H Scott 6 Munhull 7 Har-Brack Mr. Kliskey, Mr. Shiring COACHES Mr. DeAugustin0, Mr. O'R0urkc 93 Left to right: Row 1--R. Hofelt, J. St. Clair, R. Winkler, M. Cloonan, L. Lucas, F. Dobransky, F. Smecker, E. Lucas, B. Wallace, R. Bandik. Row 2-G. Lucas, R. Vigna, E. Pearson, D. Mastacusa, J. Zanos, R. Endres, J. Rock, E. Moskel, E. Duffek, D. Mezinze, T. Whatley. Row 3-J. Churba, J. Murray, J. Bracco, F. Wasrhak, E. Albrecht, E. Spisak, G. Opsitos, B. Bartek, C. White, R. Grilzen. Row 4-B. McKinney, T. Meister, M. Margitone, M. Vereb, R. Doran, R. Buclay, J. Kramer. K. Nagy, R. Gentile, R. Magnus, D. Shimko. COACHES Mr. Curry, Mr. Marklcy Junior High Football The Junior High boys, coached by Mr. Willard Curry and Mr. Robert Markley, exhibited their football ability by defeating Glassport, George lkfashington, Jeanette, and Braddock. They were defeated by Har- Brack and Clairton. All in all the Junior High boys had a fairly successful season SCORES Munhall Classport 0 Munhall George hV2lSlllllg'l0ll 0 Munhall Har-lirack l fi Munhall Jeannette I l Munhall Clairlon lil Nluuhall lirziclclock 0 94 Varsity Basketball Competition in Section Six is always keen, and this year was no exception. Although Munhall did not have an undefeated season, we did upset Homestead, and of this we are proud. Every game played was filled with thrills, and Hube Shiring's boys never let one team get by without giving them a real fight. Last Year for These Boys! Left to right:-R. McCulloch, H. Healey, W. Kane, J, Gillooly, E. Garrity, Mr. Shiring Left to right: Row 1-R. Graham, R. McCulloch, M. While, W. Kane, J. Gillooly, G Boger Row 2-J. McGill, E. Garrity, H. Healey, G. Gaca, H. Doukakis. Varsity Basketball Squad VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Munhzlll Munhzill Nll.llIll2lll lxlllllllllll Mttnhztll Munhnll Munhull Munhzlll Munlmll Munhzill Munhnll Mttnhall Mttnhall hlllllllklll Nlunhall Klunhall Nlnnhall Niunhall Mnnhall Munhall M llllllllll South High Rankin SXVlSSY2llC Braddock Charleroi Scott Turtle Crcck BlCKE6S1J0l'l Baldwin Homestead Bethel Duquesne Clztirtun Brentwood NIcKcesport Baldwin lFlUlHCSlC2lCl Bethel Duquesne Cllztirton Brentwood 51 -l7 +15 37 58 -lti -Il lil 311 38 73 Gfi 79 51 53 47 GS 61 60 59 53 COACHES MR. CURRY MR. SHIRING MR. O,ROURKE Left to right: Row 1-H. McSl1ane, T. McCarter, E. Duffek, J. Zanos, P. Waschak, D. Mastascusa, B. Mur doch, D. Mezinzie. RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES Nlllllllilll 30 Nlllllllllll 22 Nlunhull 27 xlllllllilll 36 Nlunhzxll 23 Nlllllllilll 32 Nlllllllllll 27 Nlunhull 36 xlllllllllll 37 Nlunhull 49 Row 2-D. Brown, J. Brain, M. Besing, R. Winkler, R. Adams, F. Smeckler, R. Bernd, R. Gentile, R. Magnus E. Lucas, N. Beavers, J. McCarthy. Junior High Basketball Munhull South High 29 Nluuhall Rankin 37 Munhnll Swissvule 33 Nlllllllllll Bruchlock 20 xlllllllklll Clmzxrleroi 35 xlllllllilll Scott 36 Nlllllllllll Turtle Creek I9 Munhzlll McKeesporl 35 Xhmhull Baldwin 23 Munhall Homestead 28 M unhall '13 35 fl0 58 33 12 27 97 58 17 29 Reserve Basketball Squad Bethel Duquesne Cllnirlou lirenlwoml NIcKeespo1'l llzxlmlwin Hulllestezxcl Bethel Duquesne Clairlun lll'CIllWO0ll Lefc co right: Row 1-J. Wanless, J. Smith, S. Siorer, J. Churma, M. Suhoza, J. Carney, D. Bre Rowell, J. Drotar. Row 2-T. Holdsworth, R. Gavlalc, C. Molzer, R. Grinberg, T. Green, T. Shorr, M. Catena, N. Bracco. 20 Hi 59 I2 ll 20 50 37 55 lil! ll nna ll- K 97 Left to right: Row 1-E. Harkless, W. Evans, R. Szekely, R. Mortimer, J. Durica, R. Wilkinson E Borsh Row 2-W. Ladick, W. Wampler, R. Berberich, F. Wampler, G. Ulassin, R. Meehan, J. Monik, J Martin Wrestling Nluuhull 51 fiCI'lll2lll lownslxip 5 hlllllllllll Munhalll 29 Dormonl 18 hlllllllllil Munhnll l-l Trinity 32 hlllllllilll Munhzlll 31 Slmlcr I7 Nlunhall Nlunlmll 30 Shzlclysiclc S Nlunhall Nhmhall 35 XVCSI, View lfl Munhzxll Blunlmll 31 Greensburg IG Nlunhull C2lllUllSiJlll'g L2lll'OlDC Slmclysiflc Wnyncslmurg Sll2llCl' West View Xlllsllilmglml Left to right: Row 1-L. Cook, M. Kunclrat, K. Cooper, D. Carney, J. Daly, S. Suto. Row 2-E. Schick, L. Patterson, M. Coyne, D. Hepps, WY Steiner. T. McAteer. F. Zadory. Row 3-E. Harkless, W. Evans, R. Szekely, R. Mortimer, J. Durica, R. Wilkinson, E. Borsh, J. Monlk Row 4-W. Harkless, W. Ladick, W. Wampler, R. Berberich, F. Wampler. G. Ulassin, R. Meehan F Flaherty R. Vangura, R. Martin, D. Barnes. Row 5-C. Fazio, T. Lacey, J, Murray, P. Blazer, J. Dorney, W. Stevens. Baseball This year, Mr. Nick Kliskey, our baseball coach, has two pitchers returning: Bill Freshwater and Ronnie McCulloch. There is also one outfielder returning for the baseball season. Since the team has to build an entire infield, our prospects are not too good, but we know that they will do their best to represent Munhall. Left to right:-W. Walker, J. Zavodnick, R. Hess, H. Porter, N. Price, W. Freshwater, H. Healey, D. Herbsl, R. McCulloch, J. Wilcox, M. Boytim, B. Prusak. 99 MR. WILSON COACHES MR. CHARLTON Rifle Team This year the Munhall rifle team upheld its annual tradition by again having a winning season. In W.P.l.A.L. competition the three pacemakers of the team were Anna Marie Patrick, Audrey Crux, and Gerry Patrick. There are seven teams in the W.P.I.A.L. this year. 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' t Q, , M5 ' , 1 ab , '..r" Q 5 4' , Q SENIORS gem I YOU WILL MISS THESE MORTALS WHEN SCHOOL BEGINS NEXT FALL STANDING AT THE PORTALS SENIORS, ONE AND ALL GAZING AT THE PICTURES HANGING ON THE VVALL Vlfx, EACH ONE MUST AWAIT HIS TURN AND FOR HIS PORTRAITS CALL SEN IORS V r V . - ' ' 4'h1:'w'-ff:::f:.g.'-gm:vggsaeh., - - N .1 2: ., ul A M rn'-pl fy',?f5T ,i'55hf4'i 3,s ":"H ",5 u 955 2 3: .' f... i,,,-,Tx-hkfv,Qt-:mW.,,,N ,,1x,g,Vu,73TfPQ:',4, amgy i-vga, .,.-5-M ,- , 1' Miki- .,m1f1sXwAg.,:vxg, 2S5iX1gk'g:kg:,g,y-wfm-QV.:--'fn Ks-, xgfftxrgixgfhm-xfxggkgw ,f . f . 4 .,f1Y,qi,,,,J: ,Y.v,,5. ,V.f,1:,.i .1g.vf3J.'LL:v V ' iw Qffslwwfm 4 f. x . in ' 29,2 ' , - V4 Six' - 1f.'f'+?Sv512feS:2"K52H'ff' -f 4- 2.:fAg?Sn5Z-'2:':1-41a- 'wtxvwkwwwg g f - " -gp1,'?q.v 'ff' 2 "' s- ," -fn? -. qr3jErQ2?'3l'Z"1f:.f1i- ,iw ' V: ai Ma' ' infix X " gf ' Q-Jishrfnr:.:::1.!:5:f?51f5ws'-Q.'fri?-fx 1 :rf ',. ' F u Q H? Vins., .5 - i n :wif-w2,'I:-kifsrfam, frmszf' ' 2:1 - M ,., -- L .4 , K ,4,,Q+.w,.f.,.5,,.1 L N vw, "1 Y' N " ' ,1',fU'f' .J x W' 'fx 5"'1!f7M' 1- f'f'f' 1555153 ' ' ,:a, ' ff . r - wr- fi-:luis ,.v'-1-..p.f5 11549:-.4'..:' - fy .yxggfmf ul L f- " if A .515 5f.,w.Qi , .wiv , I n g? Q U. , .,. S, -,.f4.'F,2v5,eq?,3 , Q. I 'V f .' -N, ,. 4.,,v4u ' '.,.4.-'i,giT3zQ2x "fa E 5 5 , ,MA ' " fXf:1'55.:-QiY131fn1f?5f5Vf!3?2 ' if - 'f wwf- fmw 2? , ' fg xlazxiwz-Z3-ff,-I fy 1' If-' ' f j MR. BRAND Sjnonsm' The sponsor of a graduating class plays a vital part in the welfare of that class. He is their chief guide and therefore must be able to de- termine what is, and is not, good for that class. We, of the class of l952 feel that our sponsor, Mr. Leslie Brand, has Well filled his responsibility. The sincerity with which he has Worked is respected by all. The time and effort on his part will always be appreciated by us. 108 Senior Class Officers These three boys, who led our football Learn through an undefeated season, also led the Class of '52 through its final year at Munhall High. As on the football field, the way was not always easy, but these fellows successfully brought our class to its long-awaited goal. A great deal of hard work was involved, but to attain anything worthwhile, all must be willing to do their share. lfVith everyone helping, our last year was one that few of us will ever forget. Left to righr:f-W. Kane, R. Berberich, S. Wampler. 109 110 EUGENE ADAMS . . . seven years in band, machine shop, future is undecided . . . MARY JANE ALL . . . hall patrol, junior and senior leaders, homeroom representative, band, spanish club, senior executive committee, sub cheerleader . . . DOROTHY AMBRO . . . munhisko staff, red cross, plans to be a telephone operator. JANET ANDERSON . . . hall patrol, junior leaders, news editor of munhisko, annual staff, representative to red cross chapter in pittsburgh, will do secretarial work . . . BERNARD BAL- LOG . . . usher at park theater, hobby is dancing, will join the navy . . . MARY DOLORES BAN- ACKY . . . german club, stamp salesman, mr. ramsay's secretary, plans to be a nurse. SYLVIA JEAN BARANY . . . red cross, hall patrol, collects photographs, works at mccrory's, undecided about the future . . . DAVID BARNES . . . wrestling team, football team, machine shop, no future plans . . . LOIS JEAN BARNES . . . y-teens, hobbies are reading and sports, no future plans at present. EVELYN BELAN . . . y-teens, hall patrol, pep club, stamp salesman, secretary to mr. ramsay, works at grants, hobbies are bowling and basket- ball, to do secretarial work . . . ELEANOR BEL- YAN . . . junior science club, pep club, junior travel club, hall patrol, choir, to be a nurse . . . DOLORES JEANNE BENE . . . national honor society, co-editor of annual, stamp salesman, plans to do secretarial work. ROBERT BERBERICH . . . hi-y. football, bas- ketball, wrestling, vice-president of freshman and senior class, treasurer of sophomore class . . . EUGENE BESNAK . . . one of our vocational boys, good dancer, no plans for the future . . . JAMES BICKUS . . . machine shop for three years, hobby is collecting war photographs and stories, to be a machinist in the marine corps. DONALD BODNAR . . . machine shop for three years, loafs with jim, a nice smile and nice wavy hair, a handsome lad, to be a machinist . . . ROBERT BOLDIZAR . . . electric shop, nice personality. to be an electrician . . . EDWARD BORSH . . . wrestling team, likes all the girls, plans to join the navy. RICHARD BOTTESCH . . . president of junior class, junior and senior plays, hall patrol. hi-y. student council, latin and spanish clubs, sports editor of hi-lites, will lake engineering in college . . . HUNTER BOYER ..., j unior play, wood- lawn hi-y, will enter penn state in the fall . . . DONALD BOYTIM . . . hi-y, likes all sports. undecided about the future. LOIS BRAWDY . . . annual and munhisko sales- man, y-teens, hall patrol. to do secretarial work . . .ROSE MARIE BRECHT . . . latin and ger- man clubs, hall patrol, works in bakery, no plans for the future . . . MARTIN BURKE . . . basket- ball manager, football team, hi-y, future un- decided. LAVERNE BURKHOLDER . . . annual staff, secretary to miss cantwell, plans to be a steno- grapher . . . JENNIE BUTALA . . . president of the red cross, stamp salesman, library, servit- ium, german club, hall patrol, annual staff. junior play, to be a bookkeeper . . . CHARLANE CADMAN . . . junior high cheerleader, major- ette, y-teens, future is undecided. DARRELL CANNON . . . machine shop, vol, unteer fireman, wants to be a fire chief . . . MARLYN CARR . . . y-teens, choir, one of our cute blondes, to be a housewife . . e. MARY ANN CHASKO . . . junior leader, stamp sales- man, hall patrol, secretary to mr. lacko, will go to business school. MARILYN CLUTTER . . . red cross. junior and senior plays, annual staff, hall patrol. mun- hisko and annual salesman, secretary to mrs. gray, to do secretarial work . . . RICHARD COG- LIANO . . . one of our dark handsome boys. plans to work for a construction company . . . PAUL COOK . . . band, vocational auto shop, works at a filling station. THOMAS COOK . . . munhisko staff, dramatic. latin, and spanish clubs, hall patrol, junior high football and basketball, varsity football. would like to enter annapolis . . . ELSIE COTTERELL ...student council. hall patrol, stamp, annual, munhisko, and milk salesman, servitium, junior and senior plays, to be a teacher . . . AUDREY CRUX . . . rifle team, student council, national honor society, servititun, annual copy editor, junior play, munhisko, red cross, spanish and latin clubs, hall patrol, college plans for the future. 'Nw 'W 111 112 FREDERICK CRUX . . . hi-y, hobby is photo- graphy, future undecided . . . WVILLIAM CUT- TLER . . . wrestling for two years, hi-y, band, junior play, german club, candy and milk sales- man. plans to attend college . . . DONALD CYBATOR . . . vocational auto shop. will probably join the navy. JOHN DAVIES . . . keen interest in hot rods and stock cars, would like to enter college , , . AUDREY DEVEY . . hall patrol, library club, junior and senior leaders, annual salesman, spank ish club. will go on to college . . . GEORGE DINDAK . . . vocational machine shop, works in a super market, plans to be a machinist. RAYMOND DOBOS . . . vocational machine shop. will bc :1 machinist or join the marines . . . RAYMOND DOBRANSKY . . . auto shop at the vocational, will probably join the navy . . . JUNE DODGE . . . red cross, library club, would like to he a wave. RUTH DODGE . . . red cross, library club, science club, stamp salesman, choir. will do secretarial work . . . JOHN DUNMIRE . . . a vocational boy who likes to work on machines. future work is still undecided . . . IEROME DUNN . . . hall patrol, latin and german club. homeroom representative. stage guild, will take pre-med at college. DONALD DUNSAVAGE . . . now employed by the steel works . . . ELIZABETH EBRIGHT . . . munhisko salesman, to go to college . . . IRA ECKBRETH . . . hall patrol, hi-y, german club, band. will enter college in the fall. ARLENE EHNOT . . . servitium club, annual staff. red cross. hall patrol, travel club, to attend business school . . . ELEANOR EHNOT . . . y-teens, plans to do some type of office work . . . THOMAS ELKINS . . . science club, wrestling team, to join the nary. FLORENCE FAITH . . . red cross, stzunp sales- nian. likes to read and sew, will join the wacs . . . EDWIN FARRINGTON . . . football. basketball, wrestling. will work for the bell telephone . . . FRANCIS FLAHERTY . . . red cross, wrestling, hi-y, senior executive connnittee, band, hi-lites, biology club, to enter armed forces. RICHARD FUGA . . . vocational auto shop stu- dent. no future plans at present . . . LOUISE ANNE GEHRING . . . y-teen. home-nursing student, will enter the field of nursing . . . JOHN GILLOOLY . . . basketball, football, will prob- ably enter college in the fall. BARBARA GLUNT . . . Stump salesman, inun- hisko art editor. plans to study art . . . JOHN GODISH . . . wrestling teani, quiet, likes a good tinie. future is undecided . . . FRANK GOTTUS . . . basketball, football, will enter college in the fall. ROBERT GRAHAM . . . junior varsity football, baseball, wrestling team. undecided as to the future . . . RUTHANN GRAHAM . . . junior and senior leader. junior play, library club, spanish club, rifle team, hall patrol, plans to enter college . . . JOHN GRANATA . . . always out for a good time, plans to enter air force upon graduation. BEVERLY GRIESER . . . junior and senior leader, hall patrol, candy salesman. cheerleader, german club secretary, plans to do office work . . . LAYVRENCE GUIDISH . . . vocational boy, works in auto shop, future plans are undecided . . . JOHN HADVAB . . , german club, science club. future is undecided. WARREN HARKLESS . . . wrestled for four years, machine shop. will probably enter the navy . . . BETTY HAVRILCSAK . . . quiet lass with pretty hair, will do some type of secretarial work . . . TIMOTHY HAYES . . . likes the girls, has made no plans for the future. 113 ,. ., 3 114 HARVEY HEALEY . . . football, basketball, baseball, will either attend college or join uncle sam . . . RICHARD HEALEY . . . manager of football and baseball teatns, plans to be a far- mer . . . BETTY HERMANSDERFER . . . junior leaders, servitium club. red cross, stamp salesman, latin club, color guard, munhisko typist, to enter the field of nursing. THOMAS HOOKE . . . band, latin club, drama- tic club, plans to go to business school . . . MARIE HORVATH . . . junior leaders, latin and german clubs, hall patrol, will make a fine secretary for someone . . . WILLIAM HOUSER . . . recreational basketball. german club, future plans include college or army. JOHN IDDON . . . junior varsity and varsity football, german club, will go on to college . . . RONALD INGLIS . . . band, one of our good- lookiug boys, to enter a trade or join the navy . . . RICHARD IRWIN . . . hi-y, stamp salesman, hall patrol, future to be decided. JOSEPH JACKO . . . three years of baseball, homeroom representative, machine shop at voca- tional, would like to play baseball . . . HOWARD JACKSON . . . latin club, hi-y, library club, does electrical work, plans to go to pitt . . . MARCIA JACKSON . . . junior leaders, serv- itium, color guard, to do some type of clerical work. DOLORES JESKO . . . junior and senior leader, library club, to be a secretary . . , AGNES JUSKO . . . junior and senior leaders, student council, senior executive committee, junior and senior plays, annual salesman, spanish club, plans for fttture not complete . . . KATHERINE KAM- ESHKA . . . hall patrol, sophomore class officer, candy and animal salesman, junior and senior plays, student council, servitium, plans to go on to college. CHARLOTTE KAMPE . . . munhisko typist, mrs. walkefs secretary, annual and tnunhisko salesman, y-teens, fttture plans include secretarial work . . . WVILLIAM KANE . . . sun-tele player of the year, football, basketball, baseball, senior class president, senior executive committee, hall patrol, hi-y, will attend college . . . ERNEST KATE . . . hall patrol, german club, would like to enter business world. RICHARD KAZIMER . . . science and german clubs, painted scenery for junior play. plans to study engineering or art . . . DONALD KELLY . . . three years football, auto shop at vocational school, will be a mechanic . . . EILEEN KELLY . . . hall patrol. red cross, servitium, annual staff, candy salesman, spanish club, will wear a white cap. JOHN KENNEDY . . . student council. stage guild, manager of football team, hi-y, spanish and latin clubs, future plans include college . . . FREDERICK KERN . . . stage guild, junior play, student council, german club. milk sales- man, executive committee, band. hall patrol. plans to enter Carnegie tech . . . ELEANOR KING . . student council. stamp. annual, and candy salesman. serritium, latin club. choir. hall patrol, future undecided. ETHEL KLINKO . . . woocllawn hi-lites, y-teens. majorette, dramatic and spanish clubs. would like to enter thiel next september . . . SHIRLEY KNIGHT . . . student council, hall patrol, y- teens, red cross, junior and senior plays, works as a receptionist . . . MARILYN KOEHLER , . . quiet, black-haired lass. future plans have not been made. ELAINE KOLESAR . . . red cross. secretary to 1nr. shannon, has not made any plans for the future . . . JOSEPH KONTRA . . . hall patrol, junior varsity basketball, softball, will decide future later . . . MILDRED KOSTELNIK . . , red cross. always having a good time, would like to be an airline hostess. VINCENT KOSTOVNY . . . stage guild, hall patrol, prom committee, latin and spanish clubs. will enter college in the fall , . . MICHAEL KOSUDA . . . a vocational boy who has not made any plans for the immediate future . . . PAULINE KOTT . . . munhisko typist, likes to dance and skate, plans to enter the waves. CAROLE ANN KOVAL . . . servitiunl and library clubs, glee club, hall patrol, spanish club, junior play, munhisko staff. future plans in- clude college . . . PAUL KOZAK . . . one of our vocational boys whose main interest is cars, future will probably include working with cars . . . MARION KRESOSKI . . . works in our new cafeteria, hall patrol, choir, will enter the field of nursing. 115 116 EDMUND KRISTOFIK . . . hall patrol, latin and science clubs, will go to college . . . PATRI- CIA KROLL . . . head majorette, band council, band secretary, mr. n'ilson's secretary, munhisko salesman and typist, wears a diamond on her finger . . . GILBERT KUBANCSEK . . , hall patrol, undecided about future. KATHERINE KURA . . . stamp salesman, likes to dance and swim, will probably attend business school . . . FLORENCE KUSHNER . . . junior and senior leaders, miss cucldeback's secretary, munhisko typist, plans to do secretarial work . . . ELIZABETH LACEY . . . junior and senior leaders, red cross, munhisko art staff. library and latin clubs, junior play, hall patrol, plans to be a navy nurse. JAMES LACEY . . . spanish club, latin club, will enter college in the fall . . . MARY LACEY . . . spanish club, annual salesman, hi-lites, red cross, stamp salesman, plans to become a navy nurse . . , BARBARA LAIRD . . . latin club, servitium, hall patrol, junior and varsity cheer- leader, junior leader, undecided about future. SHIRLEY JEAN LAYTON . . . red cross, works in cafeteria, munhisko, annual, hall patrol, plans to become a secretary . . . MAITLAND MICH- AEL LEBEDDA . , . stage guild, hi-y, senior play, science club, latin and spanish clubs, college enters future plans . . . JAMES LESKO . . . senior play, german club, plans to become an engineer. ALICE LINDBERG . . . junior red cross, junior and senior leaders, student council, sophomore class officer, homeroom representative, junior play, latin club, annual salesman, library club, hall patrol, plans to attend college . . . DANE LLOYD , . . blond haired lad, good dancer, future plans have not been made . , . WILLIAM LOWSTETTER . . . quiet lad, short, hall patrol, dramatic club, hi-lites, no definite plans for future. DOROTHY LUKACS . . . majorette. likes to dance, plans to do some kind of social work . . . VIRGINIA LUTHER . . . red cross, dra- matic club, library club, servitium, senior play, would like to enter duquesne university in the fall . . . MADELEINE MADDIGAN . . . treas- urer of junior leaders, science club, servitium, miss macbeth's secretary, munhisko salesman, will make a fine secretary. ROSEMARY MALLOY . . . junior and senior leader, annual staff, latin and spanish clubs, band, annual and munhisko salesman, plans to attend college . . . MICHAEL MANNELLA . . . works in a garage, will continue doing this work after graduation . . . THOMAS MANTIA . . . football. wrestling, hall patrol. student council, senior executive committee, hi-y, will go to college. CLIFFORD MARTIN . . . hobby is repairing cars, works in xt gas station, will probably con- tinue doing this work . . . JOHN MARTIN . . . latin club, secretary-treasurer of sophomore class, spanish club, stage guild, munhisko, wrestling manager, to go to college . . . MARITA MAR- TIN . . . cheerleader, junior leader, likes all sports, no plans for the future. ROBERT MARTIN . . . one of our curly- headed boys. likes sports. future is undecided . . . ANTHONY MARTINEZ . . . one of our voca- tional stuclents, junior varsity basketball and football . . . FLORENCE MASON . . . munhisko staff. y-teens, clerk in store, would like to be a secretary. BARBARA MATHOS . . . servitium, stamp salesman. will make a fine secretary . . . DORO- THY MCCUEAN . . . senior play usher, annual salesman. spanish club, works in drugstore . . . RONALD MCCULLOCH . . . junior varsity and varsity football and basketball, baseball, hi-y, latin club, to be an engineer. PATRICIA MCCULLOUGH . . . annual sales- man. spanish and latin clubs, painted scenery for plays. future undecided . . . MARGARET MCDONOUGH . . . y-teens, munhisko and an- nual salesman, future plans have not been made , . . RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN . . . biology club, will enter the air force upon graduation. ROGER MEEHAN . . . junior varsity and vars- ity football, wrestling, hi-y, spanish club, no plans for the future . . . MICHAEL MEZINZE . . . one of our vocational students, band, junior varsity football, future undecided . . . NANCY MILLER . . . dramatic, latin, and spanish clubs, hall patrol, junior play, library and servitium clubs, will wear a white cap. 'Q' -'. tag? Ski t. is my a all 5 tar.. is atkkggw, - 117 'T , X 'F f: : Q 9? l K' it , x Y 118 DONALD MINCHOFF . . . recreational basket ball and baseball, auto shop at vocational, sta- tion attendant, plans to join the nary . . . MIRIAM MONK . , . servitiunr club, likes to sing, plans to enter waves after graduating . . . ROBERT MORTIMER . , . spanish club, pres- ident of freshman class, wrestling, will take engineering in college. FRANCIS MRAZIK . . . auto shop at vocational. will enter the air force after graduation . . . DONALD NAMA . . . wrestling, band, fresh- man and sophomore vice-president, spanish club, plans to enter the medical profession . . . JOHN NEE . . . short fellow who seems to enjoy mak- ing other people laugh, future undecided. RICHARD NEMCSIK . . . a hard-working voca- tional student. future plans are not complete . . . REGIS NOVAK . . . junior varsity football, wrestling, works in auto shop at vocational. rice- president in freshman year, will join the navy . . . MARY ANN NOVOTNY . . . hall patrol, servitium, library club, will attend business school. IRENE OLEXA . . . majoretle, likes to dance, future plans have not been made . . . ANNA ONDECK . . . majorette, secretary to mr. me carlhy, will make a fine secretary . . . GEORGE ONDO , . . german club, main interest is cars, plans to go to college and then join air force. JOHN ONEUFER . . . hi-y, spanish club. would like to enter college in the fall . . . ROBERT ORLUK . . . recreational basketball and base- ball, likes traveling and driving, plans to join the navy . . . HELEN OROSS . . . red cross, annual and munhisko salesman, library club, will work in an office. FRANCES O'TOOLE . . . servitium club. works in drugstore, plans lo attend business school . . . URSULA PASKERT . . . works as a beautician. would like to continue in this field . . . ANN MARIE PATRICK . . . student council, rifle team, candy and milk salesman, red cross, ger- man club, junior leaders, plans to enter business school. RAYMOND PATSEN . . . likes to play basket- ball and football, future is undecided . . . JAN- ICE PATTERSON . . . hall patrol, rifle team. junior and senior leaders, red cross. band and band council, hi-lites, will take up nursing . . . VIRGINIA PAVUCSKO . . . latin and servitium clubs, munhisko and annual staffs, annual salcs- inan, to be a stenographer. DAVID PERSTON . . . biology and german clubs, hi-y. hall patrol, to enter college . . , EMMA PESTA , . . annual and munhisko staffs, annual salesman, senior leaders, spanish club. will probably attend college . . . HELEN PETERS . . . hall patrol, dramatic club. an- nual salesman, helped paint the scenery for plays, would like to be a commercial designer. GERALDINE PINGOR . . . servitium club, likes to sew and plans to be a seamstress . . . EVELYN PISHINSKY . . . hobby is cooking, works as a salesgirl in a candy store, plans to be a steno- grapher . . . WVILLIAM POTOSNAK . . . one of our vocational boys, future is undecided. DOROTHY POVAZAN . . . seryitiuin. likes to dance, will attend business school . . . NOR- MAN PRICE . . . band, baseball team, will join some branch of our armed services . . . LLOYD RACE . . . hi-y. biology club, hall patrol, span- ish club, to be a cabinet maker. JOHN REINHART . . . hi-y. vocational boy who has a keen interest in autos . . . LOUIS REITHMILLER . . . hi-y, hall patrol, band, spanish club, future plans include college . . . LAWVRENCE REPKO . . . recreational basket- ball, will do electrical ship work. JANET RITTER . . . editor-in-chief of mun- hisko, national honor society, library club, secretary to miss newell, annual staff. senior executive committee, junior marshall, hall patrol . . . JANE ROCK . . . red cross, library club. dramatic club. to go to business school . . . WILLIAM ROGERS . . . basketball. football, works with a construction company, will enter penn state. 3 nf. . -M .f ---- A . JJJZ p A- 1 f ii' - e ,,. t LX t ww .c ..,.. , wi.- -c,,- ,-,ff- - . ,.. . .,, .. '-...I 119 X he X93 SF 120 RICHARD ROSCOE . . . junior varsity and varsity football and basketball, dramatic cltlb, stage guild, would like to be a machinist . . . MARGARET ROSGONE . . . munhisko art staff, pep club. latin club, would like to con- tinue studying art . . . RONALD ROSSER . . . a vocational boy who wants to be a machinist. KARL RUSH . . , band, rifle team, hi-y, latin and german clubs, junior and senior plays, na- tional honor society, annual business manager, hall patrol, junior marshall, will study bacteriol- ogy at penn state . . . WILLIAM RUSTON . . . biology club, hi-y, stage guild, dramatic club, will enter navy . . . NORMAN SAVOLSKIS , , . hall patrol, stage guild, red cross, dramatic club, animal staff, hi-y, german club, junior play, future plans include college. MARLENE SCHAMUS . . . library club, y-ICCIIS, enjoys skating, would like to be a secretary in a small firm . . . ROSEMARIE SHIMKO . . . sophomore class officer, red cross, hall patrol, spanish club. senior leader, homeroom repre- sentative, will wear a white cap . . . ELEANOR SKORSKI . . . red cross, plans to be a secretary or join the wacs. RITA SLAVA . . . science club, choir, concert, future is undecided . . . DONALD SNINSKY . . . wrestling, plans to attend college and then enter navy . . . MARGARET SOMUK . . . red cross, munhisko, hi-lites, library club, hall patrol, y-teens, future is undecided. WAYNE SOUTHALL . . . jttnior varsity football, basketball manager, hi-y, will go on to business school . . . DOROTHY STANCHAK . . . red cross, candy salesman, no definite plans have been made for the future . . . ANTHONY STAS- KUS . . . hall patrol, hi-y, wrestling, spanish club, to enter some branch of service. JOANNE STEINER . . . y-teen, german club, will work in some office upon graduation . . , SHIRLEY STEINER . . . cheerleader, junior and senior plays, junior and senior leaders. stamp salesman, german club, hall patrol, will do some type of secretarial work . . . ROBERT STEVENS . . . stamp salesman, would like to be a radio-television technician. JANICE STEWVART . . . junior and senior plays, cheerleader, latin, spanish, and servitium clubs, hall patrol, plans to attend college . . . WILLIAM STEWVART , . . rifle team, hall pa- trol, hi-y, latin and spanish clubs, works in flower shop, will study mechanical engineering at college . . . JANET STULER . . . red cross. munhisko and annual staffs, secretary to mrs. bane, student coach for senior play, plans to be a secretary. PAULA SUHOZA . . . junior leaders, junior varsity cheerleader, latin, spanish, and german clubs, national honor society, hall patrol. an- nual salesman, red cross, literary editor for an- nual, will probably attend college . . . FRANK THOMAS . . . short, quiet lad, likes to have a good time, future plans are incomplete . . . GEORGE TICE . . . president of freshman and sophomore classes, hi-y, german clttb, hall patrol. plans to enter college in the fall. BERNARD TOMKO . . . short lad who can be seen almost anywhere, future plans have not been made . . . HENRY TOPERZER . . . won a trip to the mediterranean countries through a contest sponsored by propellor club of amer- ica, latin club, red cross, german club. hi-y, sci- ence club, sports editor of the munhisko, future plans include college . . . JOSEPH TOTH . . . vocational boy who likes to get into trouble. future is undecided. MARTHA TUROCY . . . student council, hall patrol, junior leader, library club, junior vars- ity cheerleader, y-teens, future includes plans for marriage . . . NORMAN VARGO ...K unior varsity and varsity football, german club, wrest- ling, science club, would like to enter college . . . EDWARD VEREB . . . one of our vocational boys whose future has not been planned. MARGARET VOITKO . . . y-teens, hall patrol, munhisko staff, will make someone a good secre- tary . . . WILLIAM WVAIN . . . hi-y, band, works at community pharmacy, will enter carnegie tech . . . ROBERT WALLACE . . . stamp club, red cross, latin and german clubs, hall patrol, band. rifle team, junior and senior plays, national honor society, co-editor of annual, will attend college. WILLIAM WALLACE . . . a mid-year graduate, now busy at work on his own . . . NANCY WALLS . . . hall patrol, library club, red cross, future is not decided . . . URSULA WALTERS . . . stamp salesman, munhisko salesman, red cross, candy salesman, will make a fine secretary for whomever she works. .1 V ef: - . ,.,, .gz w .3 F 2 '.lr.ee ie.5 121 Q QW st A 122. WALTER WAMPLER . . . junior varsity and varsity football, wrestling, senior executive com- mittee, secretary-treasurer of the senior class, future plans include that ol' college . . . GLORIA WVILLIAMS . . . latin and spanish clubs, y-teen, munhisko staff, library club, pep club, will enter the field of nursing . . . LOIS WILLIAMS . . . servitium, hi-lites, munhisko, library club, enjoys ice skating. plans to attend business college. CARL WVILTROUT . . . hi-y, spanish club, hall patrol, homeroom representative, plans to enter college . . . MARGARET WVISE , . .junior lead- er, hall patrol, red cross. candy salesman, stamp committee, annual staff. spanish club. will enter the comniercial field . . . MARY ANN YVOOD . . . choir. candy salesman, annual salesman, to enter business school. NANCY YURCON . . . student council. senior leader, junior play, hall patrol, munhisko sales- man, would like to go on to college . . . CON- STANCE ZANOS . . . sang for junior and sen- ior plays. science club. undecided about the future . . . JOHN ZAVODNICK . . . a voca- tional boy, hall patrol, national honor society, baseball team, no definite plans for the future. PATRICIA ZENTNER . , . red cross, stamp committee, candy salesman, has made no defin- ite plans for the future . . . JAMES ZUBKUS . . . hi-y, latin club, hi-lites. senior executive committee, some thought of going to college. Q7llfLll0f'Cd!9 .4 . . . I GENERAL PRESS CORPORATION, Printing JAHN and OLLIER, Engraving STREM STUDIO, Photographer 123 S e E if ,P ww W- f'Q' V-um.. wi www,-Y v,..,, ,,.fm,N,.,, - I 1-,-Q. M Q W ii pref aw it f Q V 3 i r in ,, is . -,gain-1' C gs 1 HM , 59 , .,,, 4 iffdf H It R. ga' 1 M-wrfrwi 54 Index of 1952 Advertisers Alexander's Supermarket .............. ...........,. Amos Super Market ...,.,. Anderson's ...........,,.,..... Ann's Flower Shop ...........4 Ann Street Radio ...,.,..,.,..,..., Autenreith's Dollar Stores .,,.., Bamforcl Brothers .....,,,,..,.,..,, Beerzie's Market .,.,.,................. Black and Mfhite Market ....... Bonnie Frocks .........,...,..,.....,. Book's Shoes ,...,.....r.......... . Carlton Men's Shop ....., .,....... ........l. ..,.., Carnegie Library of Homestead Chedwick, Craig "Porky" ....,....,.., .. Chilli ,................ ,...,..,.......,...... Cinderella Shoe Shoppe ......,. Clark Chevrolet ,......,...... Community Pharmacy ,...4. Cook, T. L., D. D. r........ . Corbett's Pharmacy Co. Craft, Harold D. ,..... ...... . Dewar Oldsmobile ....,. Douglas, VVilliam ..... Duke Restaurant ..... Elicker and Strong ........, Evans Dairy ........... ............ Famous Candy Company ...... Fashion Dress Shoppe ............... Firestone Stores ..........,.......,..,....,. First Federal Savings ik Loan Association of Homestead .... Foster, Jolm R., D. D. ...,... .. Frederick's Super Market ....... Fredls Sports WVear ...,..,........... . Franklin Super Market ,.....,....... Gillen and Coulter Company ....., ...... Glenn, VV. S., D. D. S. .....,..,,....... . Gordon and Jacobson .,.......,... Gress Meat Market ...... Half Brothers ................ Hall, George M., Inc. Hawke's Cleaners ............,. H. and H. Restaurant ,,...... Hi-Hat Cleaning Shop .......,.. Hilk s Furniture .. ..........,.............,.... ,... . . Homestead Buick Company .........,.......,.... Homestead Lincoln-Mercury, Inc. .....,..... . Homestead Paint and Glass Co. Hyman's Ladies' 1'Vear ............ . ,..... .,,.,. J. and I. Dairy ........................... Johnston the Florist .................,.. Johnson, Hilda, Style Shoppe ...... .,.... Jones and McClure ....,.......,....... Jones, Roderick, D. . ,..., ....,.,.. , Kasel, A. E. ...........,. . Katilius Jewelry ...... Kennywood ...........,. Kerr and Ingram ,..,., Kohut's Market ...,.. 137 132 134 134 134 1 36 144 141 140 140 134 134 134 144 141 136 138 138 127 146 14-3 139 145 128 138 138 138 127 138 138 127 140 127 145 136 127 147 147 148 132 141 128 136 136 129 136 136 128 128 128 143 128 135 127 128 129 128 143 126 Kramer, Joe, Music Center ...,,. . . . . Kuban Radio-Electric Company Lena Catena Beauty Salon ...... ..... ...... Leona Theatre . ..,,.......... ........ . . Levine Brothers Hardware ..... Lewis, Samuel, D. D. S. ....... . Lincoff, C. L. ............... .... . Lincoll, M. L., O. D. Listak Gulf Service .... Margolis, Joseph ....... BXIHITIIIYS Drugs .. .................... .. Masley's Flower Shop ...,............... ...... Meadow Gold Dairy Products ........ ..... Merrimac Bakery ..................... Mervis Motor Sales ...... Meyer I. Grinberg ........ Morris Grinberg ....... Munhall P. T. A. ............. . Munhall Varsity Club .,... O. and H. Cleaners ...... Onaitis ...................,..... Orris Dairy Store ....... Park Beauty Shop ...... Park Dairy ...............,. Park Shoe Repair ....... Park Super Market ..,.,.... Park Theatre .,..................... Pfeiffer, E. A., D. D. S. ......,........... .... . . Pikiel, C. K. ......................................... ..... . Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Pittsburgh Real Estate ..................... ....,. Post Shoes ............................ ............. ...,.. Price's Dress Shop ....,... Prokopovitsh, Joseph ..,.. Redshaw Men's Wear ..... Robbins Shop .. ...... .. Ruben s ...,...........,.... Ruth's Millinery ....... Sally Sage Shoppe ,.,... .. Saron, H. A., D. D. S. Sherman's Pharmacy ..... Smoley, George ............ Stacer Electric ....,,.....,.. Steinsapir, Julius L. .......... . Strem Picture Corner ...,........ Sullivan, John C., D. D. S. ...... , Thompson, Thelma ........................... ...... Toohey Motor Company ..........,.... , .......... . Tri-Boro Taxi and Ambulance United Candy Shoppes ....,..,. .......,..... ...... University of Pittsburgh ..,. U. S. Market ....................... Victor Shoe Store ........ Weldon's Pharmacy ........... 'Whitaker Drugs .......................... YVi1kens Jewelry Company .........,., ...... VVilliam, Grace, Confectioners Wfolfson .............................................. ...... 131 131 141 131 131 127 127 127 140 127 145 131 133 127 131 140 136 127 141 127 143 140 143 143 141 127 145 127 132 132 145 134 131 138 145 145 147 127 147 127 140 147 131 129 142 127 127 148 145 147 129 134 147 143 140 130 143 147 PATRON S JOSEPH MARGOLIS C. L. 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Steinsapir Established l887 245 FOURTH AVENUE NIXON BUILDING, PITTSISURGH Makers of Munlizill I-Iigh Scli0ol's Commencement Invitations and Diplomas AT. l-5878 Munhall Scl1ool's Picnic IVEDNESDAY, JUNE4 Elf KENNYYVOOD I "The Nafiorfs Greaiest Picnic Park" XfVl1cn Better Automobiles Are Built, BUICK NVILL BUILD THEM Homestead Buick Co. 221 EAST NINFITH AVENUE HOIVIESTEAD, PA. Phone: HO. 1-1017 129 Congmzfulazfions . . NIUNPIALL CLASS OF 1952 from Lhc ilkens ewelry Company Wilkens Amateur Hour and Wilkens E. Z. Credit Time Eleaqlqum-L01-S for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWVARE ON E-Z CREDIT EIGHTI-I AVENUE AND ANN STREET HOMESTEAD, PA. Phone: HO. 2-1888 130 JOE KRAMER'S MUSIC CENTER .llusiml Insfrzmzems and Szrjyjylies 315-317 E. Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. 1-8114- STACER ELECTRIC Registered Electricians Sales and Service Yilestinghouse and R.C.A. Televisions Hotpoint Appliances 133 East Eighth Avenue Phone: HO. 1-7003 Honiestead, Pa. C0l1g1'Ill1LIKlll'07'l.S' LEONA THEATRE M ASLEY'S FLOWER SHOP Cor. Eighth Avenue and Dixon Street Munhall, Pa. Call HO. 1-9919 fall hoursj 1fVedding and Fimeml Arrangenzents Corsages and Plan ts LEVINE BROS. HARDXVARE I'IUlI16Sl6lICI,S Buszfest Siore 32-'I East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. Your Frigidaire Dealer HO. l-3300 MERVIS MOTOR SALES 1'STUDEBAKER" 420 Eighth Avenue HO. 1-1707-08 Homestead, Pa. Conzpliflienfs of KUBAN RADIO-ELECTRIC CO. Television - Electrical Housewares Frigidaire Appliances "PT-'e semice what we sell" PRICE'S DRESS SHOP 129 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. H E- C- KUBAN If it's quality and style you're HO. 1-1030810 Amlfl' Stggfmxstead, Pa. afler-come to Price's hereflfter 131 EVcrg1ade 1-2300 O111' 111101111 A11sz1.'1:1's AI All TI'lll16S C. K. PIKIEL INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC BUSINESS BROKER 1194121 SO. 22nd STREET PITTSBURGH 3, PA. Best 1fV1s1ms to the CLASS OF 1952 For Happiness and Success Geo. M. Hall, 1nC. "Do It With 1V00d" 135 YV. SEVENTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PA. Phone: HO. 1-1168 Amos Super Market POULTRY STORE H7716 Store that Q-1lKllIfyB'l.LIlZfU HO. 1-3334 PITTSBURGH WALLHIDE Today's Improved Pittsburgh Paints are the Finest Your Money Can Buy P I TT S B U RG H PLATE GLASS COMPANY S08 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: HO. 1-0685 132 CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1952 WE APPRECIATE THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING THE STUDENTS OF THE MUNHALL SCHOOLS Meadow Gold Dairy Produours r x T Q91 Meadow Gold Dairies, Inc. 126 DENNISTON AVENUE PITTSBURGH 6, PA. For home delivcry call - HI. I-5000 133 BOOK'S SHOES For The Enlire Family I'IO1T1CSICZ1C1 1-8400 ANN STREET RADIO 812 Ann Street Homestead, Pa. POST SHOES Grace VVa1ker Shoes for XVOIHCH Curtis 8: John C. Roberts Shoes for Men Red Goose Shoes for Boys and Girls Footwear For the Enfire Family X-RAY FITTING SOL POST The I,ibm1'y Nearest lo you is your Library VISIT THE CARNEGIE LIBRARY OF HOMESTEAD 510 Tenth Avenue Munhall, Pa 322 East Eighth Avenue 9 444 111101161 Ho. 1-8200 rioinestwl, Pa. 1 C311 HO' -'5 1' 1 It 1 5 CARLTON NIEN'S SHOP 335 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. ANN'S FLOWER SHOP ANN 1311N'1'1NG, Proprietor 136 East Eighth Avenue HO. 1-6268 HO. 1-1024 Honiestezld, Pa ANDERSONS Cohgmtulalions from Clothing - Hats - Shoes U. S. MARKET 332 East Eighth Avenue HO. 1-2820 Homestead, Pa. HO. 1-2378 134 Eb. Q0'Ll6'Cl:CA Q0 146.4 Gflwfecf 'J 135 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PA. 135 Since 1895 MORRIS GRINBERG'S INOMEN AND CHILDREN HOMESTEAD PAINT AND GLASS CO. 318 East Eighth Avenue FASHIONS Homestead, Pa. 309 East Eighth Avenue HO. l-2121 Phone: HO. 1-1173 HI-HAT HOMESTEAD HAT CLEANING SHOP Corner Eighth Avenue and Ann Street Homestead, Pa. We guarantee our work to be equal LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. K1 ERRY IRUBIN, Proprietor 127 East Seventh Avenue Homestead, Pa. to the best. HQ- 1-6700 HILK'S FURNITURE AUTENREITH'S Your Home Should Come First 320 Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. 1-2228 DOLLAR STORES 339 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. GILLEN AND COULTER CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS This home is dedicated to the memory of those who, in Eternal sleep, repose herein, and is for the use and comfort of relatives and friends, with no extra charge. 319 East Ninth Avenue HO. 1-4100 Homestead, Pa. CINDERELLA SHOE SHOPPE SMART Snoi-:S Fon IVOMEN EXCLUSIVELY Leona Theatre Building 236-238 East Eighth Avenue Phone: HO. 1-1444 Homestead, Pa 136 ' ', ' .1:5.3.5:5.5S5:5:5:513:YZ7!727:3:5:3:-5-I-:-.-:- - . 15. ' '5 5.3'T:3.5'3.5:3S'3 : :-:':': ' , .3:5:5:5:2:5:'I23:'51525:32513657:':523:5:3:5t5:5:5:5:5:F:N5.'I-.-, .-I-5. gm :1::5-,:-:2,.- -'tc-: .-:E :-:-, :-':-z-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- -' H WWE? 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Learn to save regularly while you are young, SAVE AT First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Homestead 300 E. Eighth Ave. Homestead, Pa. Phones: HO. 1-8433-HO. 1-8434 ELICKER AND STRONG 328 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. HO. 1-1775 "Say It With Flowers" THE GIFT WITH A SOUL FIRESTONE STORES NV. YV. CARR, Manager 135 East Eighth Avenue COMMUNITY PHARMACY DRUGS, PRi:seR1PT1oNs PROFESSIONAL PHARNIACISTS 815 Ann Street Phone: HO. 1-2700 Homestead, Pa. HO' 1-3442 Homestead' Pa FAMOUS CANDY CO. SALES YVHOLESALERS CLARK CHEVROLET SERVICE 504 East Eighth Avenue 243 Nvcst Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. HO. 1-2727 Homestead, Pa EVANS DAIRY Since 1901 HOMESTEAD DISTRICT'S ONLY MILK PLANT 924 Eighth Avenue HO. 1-0983 Munhall, Pa. Comibliments of JOSEPH A. PROKOPOVITSH FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ambulance Serzfzfce 413 Ninth Avenue HO. 1-2267 Munha11, Pa. 138 DEWAR OLDSMOBILE 139 MEYER I. GRINBERG Home Appliances Housewares - Electrical Supplies 217-219 Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. ORRIS DAIRY STORE 113 Vlhitztker Street XVhitaker, Pa. Delicious Sandwiches, Sodas and Sundaes Complete line of NIAGAZINES, DAIRY PRODUCTS, GROCERIES, AND PASTRIES WHITAKER DRUGS Your Community Drug Store BLACK AND WHITE MARKET FRANK DABIICH, Proprietor 106 Wlhitaker Street IfV11itaker, Pa. LOUIS IfVI5INBI3RGnR, PH.G., B.S. 3414 Main Street HO. 1-2342 HO. 1-1044 Homestead Park, Pa. Home of Fashion BONNIE FROCKS 229 East Eighth Avenue LISTAK GULF SERVICE Corner Main Street and Miller Avenue GREASING AND YVASHING HO. 1-9457 Homestead Park, Pa. HO. 1-3228 Homestead, Pa. JOHN S. LISTAK, Proprietor FREDERICICS SHERMAN'S PHARMACY SUPER MARKET 3417 Main Street Quality Homestead Park, Pa. NIEATS AND GROCERIES 2126 VVhitaker IfVay HO. 1-1214 P1IOne: HO. 1-2266 Mlhitaker, Pa. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 140 CHILLI Beerzie,s Market 1100 YVHITAKER STREET XVHITAKER, PA. BEERZIE ARENDASH, Proprietor LENA CATENA BEAUTY SALON PARK SHOE REPAIR 3412 Main Street ,9pgg1'g1j5-55 ju Homestead Park, Pa. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 3500 Main St. Homestead Park, Pa. Phone: HO. 1-0604 EIICHAEL CERRA, Proprietor HAYVKES CLEANERS C'077Zpli77'LC'7'Ll.S' of CLEANIN G-PRESSING REPAIRS MUNHALL VARSITY CLUB 4002 Main Street Phone: HO. 2-2062 Homestead Park 141 Stfernas 1 ur 6 Cfjrner NINT H AN D PENN Avm 4 AT X ' D ' 14575 OWNTOWN 61 H0 PENN AVL A 'NUR 5 EALXST EBI. 1-35367 LIBERTY S 'Of M1 msn SCHOOL mwsx The gteatcst amy boys and gids. So gay, young and cnteitecl Days ':::?::5::':E5 you wzmt to iememhetftXxat's why' we suggest wi' Strom Czmxcm Yormxkts, a photographic iccotd so have forever and evcil 455555 412:225355S5E55iEgE23E55g3Ef5. Illn- Cjine CE STUDIOS I neva ozfzailfd ERN PENXIQ 1 A A WIALYS L EADIN G s C1-IOQL PHOT OGRA S O N A I T I S FLOXVERS AND GIFTS Deeorfztions and Flowers For All Occasions 3905 Main Street HO. l-7188 Homestead Park, Pa. HILDA JOHNSON STYLE SHOPPE Visit Your Home Store and See Our Complete New Line of Styles INI-'fxN'1's', LAmLs', Bovs' EQ MENS' YVEAR 4004 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. I-IO. 2-1337 PARK BEAUTY SHOP 3903 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. COAIPLETIS BEAUTY SER VICE Phone: HO. 1-7066 CONGRA TULA TIONS to the Class of 1952 GRACE WILLIAMS CONFECTIONERY Meet your Friends at a Friendly Store 4117 Main Street HO. 1-0151 Homestead Park WELDON,S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS Free Ilelirfery KIAMICS E. X'V1c1.OoN, Ill'I.G. 3502 Main St. Homestead Park Phone: HO. 1-3188 HAROLD D. CRAFT . . .JEWELER . . . 3313 Main Street Homestead Park Munhall, Pennsylvania Gtzamrrleecl Hfaleh Repairing Gifts - Appliances 1-IO. 1-3313 PARK DAIRY ICE CREAM - SANDYVICHES DAIRY PRODUCTS 3912 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. HO. 1-9324 KOHUT'S MARKET 3315 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. HO. 1-4220 143 Cmzgmlzzlfzlimzs to the CLASS OE 1952 from Craig HP0rky,' Chadwick GAME ANNOUNCER Busses Available F or Group and Party Service FOR PICNICS, BASEBALL TEAMS, LODGES OR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Bamford Brothers HO. 1-2224- 144 YVILLIAM DOUGLAS INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC Homestead Park PITTSBURGH REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND SALES 618 Brookline Boulevard Brookline, Pa. FI. l-9177 or HO. 1,9455 FRANK SARGO, Manager CONGRATULATIONS to the Class ol '52 PARK THEATRE MARTIN'S DRUG STORE FRANKLIN SUPER MARKET Pzzrveyors Quality Meats and Groceries 200 Vondera Street Oll Homestead-Duquesne Road HO. l-5611 ROBBINS SHOP rrDl.Sll?7,C'XiZl6 Ladies' Apparel" Leona Theatre Bldg. Homestead, Pa. HO. l-0348 CO77?11ll'777,6'l7,fS of REDSHAW MEN'S WEAR I37 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. 2-ll0O 2 TRI-BORO TAXI AND AMBULANCE COMPANY For Quick Taxi Service 4 Hour Service Day and Night Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. l-8000 145 Corbetfs Pharmacy R. C. CORBETT, PH.G. 4004 MAIN STREET HOMESTEAD PARK, PA. Phone: HO. 1-1776 A prescription drug store concerned with guarding Lhc hczxllh and serving Lhe needs of good neighbors in 21 fine community. 146 Open Evenings By Appointment O Phone: HO. 1-1225 R U B E N ' S Gluass MEAT MARKET FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 312 East Eighth Avenue 0 Homestead, Pa. GEORGE SMOLEY -INSURANCE- REAL ESTATE-IVIORTGACES RENTS COLLECTIZD-No'rARY PUBLIC 518 East Eighth Avenue Munhall, Pa. Phones: HO. 1-1715 Res. HO. 1-3193 SALLY SAGE SHOPPE HOSIERY - LINGERIE MILLINERY 228 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. UNITED CANDY SHOPPES Delicious Homemade CANDIES AND ICE CREAM LUNCHEONETTE AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE 230 Eighth Ave., Homestead, Pa. 730 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. Also available at RADIO CENTER SWIEET SHOPPE GORDON 8c JACOBSON CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 530-114 Eighth Avenue Munhall, Pa. Phone: I-IO. 1-3600 VICTOR'S SHOE STORE HOMESTEAD'S LARGEST SHOE STORE 316 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. HO. 1-1389 IVOLFSON Your Commzmilyk Favorite . . . -IEVVELER . . . All Work Done On Premises 207 East Eighth Avenue Phone: HO. 1-1500 147 C0ng1'alulr1ti0?'1s cmd Best Vlfislzes CLASS OF '52 Jlalf Baan. Since 1899 FURNITURE - APPAREL HO. 1-0800 YE IRIE is7?'7 Toohey Motor Company Sales and Service 412 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: HO. 2-0600 148 I I I I I I I 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I Z I I I I I i I 2 2 2 . r F I I I I I 4 i E U- -q.- .. . .M .. L . .., . Y . W , 1 1 H V I v A li I V' - dl 'rn'-,,'hwvp,,,.p,,fB.,,,,...y31fJe,.-..v,1'fQ 1. K Q , D, , ..,, . ,, -V , .J N , , . B I t ,, . -,N ,, .-f-.: . , .. --'1-'f"'f',r'.'1 ' 71. ' 1 V,-5. ' Q..: f .':- A - Qi? - 541, 31+ :-1-'f w Tf"Ai.'5' it f ?1.'j -1 gi, :gi 1 ii? . Q23 ' Lf ' .pm if ' " x. ,, v'-. fr ,fn 1 1 1 W1 SIG ,Gr row J-,f ff .M J 1 1. 'FEP 2.211 235915 . .E .-jg: fftg jf? f::1:. 2923 2:34 726' . 'YQV4 . 12:1 'iff' Li ' rf. v' ., ,., 5'-'F' 1-' f" x . . 1' . 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