Munhall High School - Munhisko Yearbook (Munhall, PA)

 - Class of 1953

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AL ,-gg. ... ,-1.5 . .4 . ,J - ... . . ,,,, 1... .-f..-. ..-n --, --g V14 -. .1--FK gf, .nf .-5,1 -5.1--,.... ' f - - N fl- H' -5 f' - - - - - -15. -1 :'.'-.-Pu.-LZ-N.: fm'-F THE 1953 : I, .r Y" ge.,-' , ff f Zi X bqmm -.6 ,: . '5 eil ' ' X- mawkw X'-32,1 FX I .5 Nf14C5.'5i.1E3f" 'ax "hd gang, ,ff fi, a -3 Q KNNIIKI. 0F Sll'NllAI,l. llllill Sl'II00l SIl'NlI.KI.I.. l'l'INNSYl.Y.lNI.K For the past twelve years many hands have had a share in our development. Some have led us, some have upheld us, and some have even had to push us. Now we must learn to rely upon our own hands. As Robert Collyer says: HA Ill21l1lS best friends are his Len fingers." For the influence they have had in the past and will have in the l-IILUTC, we have chosen HANDS as lhe background for lhis, our I953 lNlUNHISKO. 4 Gonlenh ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Page 6 SENIORS Page 22 II N DERCLASS MEN Page 52 ORLLANIZATIONS AND AC'I'IVI'I'IES Page 72 SPORTS v Page 102 7 XDVIiR'l'ISEMEN'I'S age II4 II II III I N I S VII H A I' I II III SX I ABE! XIR5. IIJXNIIXIC SOISICX XII55 IiI,IX.XI3IiI'II 150 l.c'Illc11'lgI1l:Rcm I--VXII. I . II. Ruisllzm. Xll. K., l,n1'I1uuI. XI1. I.. X. l'11I1c1mu. Ram J-XII. XX, X. 5IlIIIIl, XII. I. XI. RIIIIISI. NIM. XI,C-. Ixu1m.l.NI1s. Inf.. IZIIIIIIIIIIINUII. Sclmol liourml Sccrctnlu Supcrintemlenfs Secretaries l.1'l'l In riglll: Klum. Nlfxkllokllf, M. .IOHNHIAUNIC Xllss SIIIRLICY li. C,xsHno1.l.,xk District Superintendent Ll L.-.w....s High School Sccretzlries Lfffl In riglllz Miss DoRo'1'm' Ilona,-xwsm Mlm Hl'.RXIlII-I AIUXICN bi-xv fm. MM eu. www, High School Pl'iIll'ilJIll Ma. flabfm-ful 25. Koehlm X'm'zllimlzlI Sclluol llircblul' Ma. Jlamyz za Begg ,Xssislzml lligh Srlmnl l'rim'ilml 254. 'Z 'Z Ghaallan Woodlawn junior High School Principal lAcringl Woodlawn Secretary MISS MARY .IANE OLEN DR. l,. l.. lJ.XR5ll Smlmnl l'hx'sic'i1m XHSS Nl.XRll,YN I,YI Sclmol Nurse DR. XV. H. 'l'OXX'XSliXlJ HRS. li.'X'I'l'IlfRlXP1 Nl. XY.XNll'l School Diclilizm HRS. IDONNX Nl.XR'l'lN Sl'l'lk1'llll'f IDR. li. .X. I'l"liIlfl"liR Sflltltll Dclllisl S. IiI.lX4XlilC'l ll lllVl"l"Nl.XN MISS XLXRY li. NlUl,YNli.Xl'X Svlmol Nursi- l,i'lll2ll l-lygicnisl ldIlo1lgl1l.Nll.Rc Ill -gn X,SI1z1llc-x. XII, llumlnx l,L'fl lu l'lgl1lI Xllwa .Imam Llulmlvlmck, Xllw Iris XI.C.:u1lxull FAI fl TLTY lcll In llL'Ill' Xlixx I'1':111rc'x I.. lhmnpwn. Xlu. Xunum' R. Xlilclnvll. Xllw, lltllc' Xlvlf. Xlu Xi nu Il. lS.rm 14 . . , , l1ll In llhlll XI1 I4 lu' Ihxuul. ll.. Xlzxx Ruth lnrggx s. XILIIQJIIUI Nl. Hzlllwl. Xlixs ltlsia I lull XII xslllllllll NIIIIVI. lcll lu II lll XII Rl g : , Lkllillli Xlllllllllul. Xlnx. Ixgu Xl. I-lumix. Xiu, xllllll' l. Ixum.Xl1p Ilulu-rl l,NI1nmLg. if lull lo right: Dr. lzxnws l.. limlm'1'mzm. Nh: Rcrlwrl ml. Sulmmm, Miss Min B. Widdowson. 16 ImIllu11g,I1l XII Ilm H1 II. I1'1mImIm',NIr.Ilurxw KI. R1uns1lx,XI1..XIlu'1l 6 I1 ml! XII Ix1nmlI1 I". I'mx'cII. VlIIIlI Ihlslh, Nliss Irvin' Ii. Iiullillfcl. Nliss I- Clulu I- K lmllu IN XII. I'l'ZlIlIiIlll XI. C.:u'r. l.Cl,l lo riglllt Nlrs. l'llll1llJL'lll lf. llonulalsun Miss Lorinc .X. Whilc, Mrs. Crave N' KIopenl1zn'c-r. Nliwx Nlilmlrcml NI. Kclll. l.L'l.I to ri ht: Miss can I-1. Nlcillzllclmcx ,gli . Miss l. Nl. Lharlclon. Mr. j. Hnrnlcl Xornsk i. left ln right: Mr. Andrew R. Kondas. Mrs Wamla N. Swanson, Miss Nell B. NVclsh Miss Mary Ii. Koch. l1Ilmllghl:Nll L 0 Hlll.Nl1' 's. BIUSUIDIHIY - . ' N llllaml Nl. lluhn. Mrs. Iilsic xlill' Scrlm Iall U7 ughl: Nh. IM-ngnnxm lzlklm. Xl Rulll X, Gray, Nlr. ,I, Sulon H'ilw uhm-xl Nl1n'kln'x, YS n. Nh' rllzllxl D. Kcwhlcr. Ml. I'1'l0r Zvcfzl. Xlr, XX xllmr L. ltlclllvr. Icil to flgllli Nh. loh R. Kozicl. 20 rx I.. KICCZITIIIY, Mr. Charles li. Blick, Mr. john ldl lu right: NIV. xxllllllll I. flllflf. Nlr. Nnrlmlznw ll. klw km. Hr. Slcpllvn Y. licklxglu- llllil. lvll lu rlghl: Nll'.C1!y41c lf. Nlurk XI1. .lilIll1'S.lCIllxillN. Nliss lltllx l,uu Spaulding, Xliss Nunn Rmknvll. Nlr. William xl fYRUlll'kL'. Ivll lu llglxlz Xlxss Small: la. Lux Klux Nl:1l'g:ll'c'l S. llmvall. Miss Ihcllllal X. Rush, Xllss lim' ullmx li. Xcwvll. S E N I 0 li S if 23 ' Wa? ' my 1- f353:i3" iw A my J KX vis. EV sf f M is Lfiillggai , g,52,:g+Qxffgif4"', 12+fg+9f4r3f:a.. 2 'f 3f'5.f"2e' uffgyiyxz Ed . 1 sg L- ,. n -aw iii 1 'L Lbggw, - wa, - iffil 2 5 K r v 'fw-ww ,4- -N hx Mgr? . .KF ge 'FEE MISS IORINI-1 XV H I'l'li .-X vlziss needs ll SylIlIJllli1Clii' znncl bzn'cl working sponsor. 'l'lmL's exactly what we have in Miss YVI1iLe. She has been our zulvisei' Llimugli our loin' years here ill Nlunbull. iVe owe lllllfil nl' Lbe success of our class Lo Miss XVbile's COIISIZIIII llfgillg' for the best. 'We can C'Cl'l2lilliy say Miss XVi1ilC has been our belping' bznncl. 26 ROWLAN ll WILKINSON Yirc--l'rcsicicl11 SENIQIII FLASS 0l"Fll'EllS DONALD MADZIN Prcsiclcnl GERALDI N E BYERS Sc-crelzn ry? I 1l'K'IlSlll'Cl' 27 QQTQQQXT - , , x f JOAN ACKERMAN "Joanne" 1 Besides being attractive, Joan is a hard worker. Will be a success as a secretary. Commercial Club. MARY MARGARET AGUE "Sam" Although she is small, her wit will always be remembered. 'l'o attend college. 'I'ri-Teens, Hall Patrol. Annual. Stamp Salesman. CAROL ANDERSON This girl of great talent will dance her way to stardom. She'll soon be dancing to the "Lullaby of Broadway." SHIRLEY ANDREWS "Shix1" Tall, attractive, and an accurate rifle-shot. 'lo become an Air Hostess. Hall Patrol, Red Cross, Munhisko, Annual. DOROTHY ANLAUF "Dot" She is one of Munhall's more reserved Seniors. Will become an effi- cient secretary. Annttal, Munhisko, Red Cross, Library Cltlb. PHYLLIS ARBUCKLE "Phyl" Full of fun, always manages to have a good time. To attend Business School. Choir, Red Cross. Library and Commercial Clubs. MARIE AXELSON Jolly Marie always makes you laugh. Her gay way has won her many friends. To work at the Bell Telephone. JOHN BAKER Seemingly quiet and studious: he shall be remembered for his antics on the Duquesne bus. Future is undecided. HELEN BALINT "To0tie" lhis gal loves fun and will always be remembered for her long finger- - nails. As of yet, her future is undecided. Choir and Library Club. ELAINE BANDIK Elaine has one of the sweetest personalities in the senior class. Hall Patrol. Library Club, Commercial Club. PATRICIA BARNO "Pat" A hard working young lady. Will enter nursing in the fall. Hall Patrol, Red Cross, Latin and Spanish Clubs, Junior Leaders. JOSEPH BARRY 'joe'- The clown of any class, that's Joe! Will answer Uncle Sam's call. Red Cross, Biology Club, German Club. 28 GRAGE BERNARD A wrx' fm vilc miss 'nnl 1 1' - ' ' " ' A 1, .. . Illlt xinuuuxs. l luns I0 gn lo HIISIIICSS Sclmol. 'I ri-'l'ccliS f'llIllIIICI'l'l'Il Club libl ui Club Kluu ..,.'1'..li' LIUAN ITA IIICKUS WL-'l Q ' .i. zz fliannnnml nn lu-1' lliirzl linger. lcfl lizlncl. Home Iimnmnic's Vlub 'incl l'c-In Club l'I ins lu ilu ulific . . . . . . 2 .' "0 wurk. AY BIERY llmnm' Ronin RL'pl't'Sl'lllllliIL'. Senior lixculliic C01 llIlIl'Zll simile Sbx ' ' 'A ' ' I .. . I .uuunml gIllSf lnlcrcsl lics in IIICi'lI2lIIiC'S. BARBARA BI NGHA NI BllI'lI ll2lS ai quivk mincl :incl culc win ul' expressing . . . - 'c'ns. C.limr, l.lllI'.ll'f. Club. llulliliuwcizll Club. NlCIlll'1Il SCK'I'0l1lI'I. GHARMAINE IHSHKOFF By lal llu- must cliznining znul xcrsnlilc irl ' g in llic SCIIIUI' class Scnim' lixcuiliw Klnininillvv. Nzniunzil Ilnnnr Sflficly. Going lo 'll-cli. WILLIAM BITTN ER "Hill" 'Ilia' buy who Ill'Il'l' worries :incl is zllwnys l'l'2lllI wilb ai joke. Hubby is llllillg lllllllillg. Iiclivxcs in talking lilo CRISI. MARY MARGARET BOIIICK "Margie" xl2ll'g1lI'l'l is swi-cl unml lllllt'l znnl still :1 bzml worker. Hull Patrol, llmnm' liwmmniu Club Vmnincici ' ' " . , , . ' 'all Klub. Spzinisli nnrw. MARTHA BODNAR Hlwzll-ly!! Marty wnulxl rzullicr laugh llmn work. Rod Cross, Stump Sulcsnizin, 'Iii'Iuns Cnmnuimiulilnb Iubc u ' icuiun ililllllll - .. . " 1 1 . ' 'L Iliisicnl Iiclm "Gracic', "Nada" nnnillcv, :inml lllllill- "Barb" hcrscll' Iri 'lic "Charm" GALE ROGER "B0' H65 sliorl bul his Iiciglil is no lIllllll'2llll'C lu binl on llic buskclbzlll fiourl. lg2lSlxCllJ2Ill uncl Ilzlsclmull. l'illlllI'C plains un- lllIllCl'Ill1'1l. PATRICIA IIORNAK "Pat" Pau is an fricnnl who is lllllll to bean. Slic is short in llcighl but not in Ilcnrl. Pop Club. Hobby is writing lcllcrs. 'l'0 bv il SCCI'Cl1l1'I'. VIOLET BOSSERT N -i Likzlblc, Wllll-III2IIlIlYSI'L'il and sincere. clcscribc Violet. Hull l,2lll'0l, Tri' . 'l vcns, .Xnnnal Staff. Munliisko. .9 I RICHARD BRICKNER "Dick" Ilis wcll clcvclopcil personality wins Iiiln friends easily. Slzlgc Guild. ,jg 5 Gcrniun Club, Volleyball Icznn. Ifulurc plans inclnclc cnllc-gc zu 'l'l1icl. F' , 29 CARYL BROADRIG HT 'l'his gal wears a diamond on her third finger, left hand. Spanish Club. 'l'ri-leens. Her future plans include marriage. CAROLYN BROWN "Kay" Newer idle a minute-that's Carolrn. .VX ioiee that pleases with a per- sonality to match. l'lans to be a medical tnissiouary. joins snows One of our twins-the quieter one. lnteusely interested in music. Goes to Yotational Sehool. JOSEPH BRONVN 'l'he other and more spirited twin. jot- is also planning a future in the musical world. Yotational School. ROBERT BRUNO .X born comedian who loxes to get tour goat. Always laughing and joking about something. SHIRLEY BUGOS "Neat and eheerful" fit Shirley perfectly. .ln ambitious girl who's full of pep. Annual, 'l'ri-leens. Connnercial Club. 'l'o be a secretary. ROBERT BULLION This fellow is a true gentleman in every sense of the word. Although be's quiet and serious he always enjoys a joke. RUBY BURNS Ruby is speeial as at friend. Siutere and sweet about everything she tackles. Nlunhisko lixehange Editor, Commercial Club, Annual. GERALDINE BYERS "GCl'l'Y" This gal is one of ottr "buiulles of joy." Secretary- I reasurer of Senior Class, Poster Club, 'l'ri-'l'eens. Library Club. Study art. 4 THOMAS CADDY "T0m" .Xn amiable lad who is friendly to exeryone. He is sure to be a Slll'U.'SS . in whatever he does. f S WAYNE CADMAN .X really swell guy who is quite versatile and always willing. Stage Cuild, Latin Club. Honor Society, German Club. CARL CHEESEMAN Carl is a boy with lots of determination. Works in the cafeteria. He is quiet and wellanannered. 30 BARBARA CYPH ER X girl eteryone likes to hate arountl. Likes sports and a good time. l.t-ailers tiluh. Will hate a hrighl ful FRANCINE DALLOS .X peppy girl who lines a gooil time antl is always lalking. Plans to allenil Business College. IIAMES DALY 'l'his hop has a million tlollar personality and a gay sense of humor. XS'restling. llantl. lfultn'e is lllltll'i'ltlCtl. A LBERT DAVIS ,X nice looking hot rotl tlrixer who is :rthniretl hy all the girls. Never . works if he cloesn't have ltr. Choir. ROSE MARY CHVASTA "Rosie" Quiet and sincere. this girl is well liked hy all. Nlunhisko. Seeretary to Nlrs. Bane. 'lio be a secretary. DAVID CLEVER "ll2lvt2" Dave is rt short, quiet latl with whom anyone can hat e a gootl titne. CATHERINE COOK "Cookie" A sports minded girl who can gixe you a rough time in any game. Commercial Cluh. Will work in an office. ALVARENE CORBIN "Alvie" A sweet tempered girl with a warming smile who quickly makes friends. Annual Salesman. Plans to do office work. ROY COWEN "Lamby" Seemingly quiet, hut what a clown! Always laughing aml having fun. Varsftv Football. Plans to enter college. MICHAEL COYNE "Mike" .X haril working boy with a quiet wit. ls looking forwartl to a success- lul college eareer. GEORGE CREVAR .X nice looking rugged hlontl who always has something to say. Likes girls :mtl ears. Plans to serve his country. ROBERT CUSACK "Bob" A hard working hoy with a frientlly smile for exerxone. l'rel'ers cars lo girls. Will join the navy. "Barb" UFranYl HF00Y! "Chookie" 31 ALICE JEAN DAVIS , "Red" .-X natural born actress with a sweet way. .X girl who sets her goal and sticks to it. Would like to attend college. j0HN DEAKIN "jack" A boy who is interested in everything. jack has a smile that makes his face beam. Plans to serve his country in the navy. DOLORES DERRY "Dolly" A Cute girl who is very neat, Dollv has good common sense that will help her achieve her goal. YN'ill be a secretary. u STEPHEN DOBOS "Steve" ls teased about his dishwater blond hair. He is sure to be happy as a General Motors Student. HOWARD DOCHERTY "DOC" Doc never has much to sav, but when he does say something, it is worth its weight in gold. He will be singing "Anchors Away." THOMAS DORNEY "Tom" A boy who does what he wants when he wants to. Says what he thinks. l'lans to serve his countrv. HARRY DOUKAKIS "Duke" .X hard working senior both in school and on the outside. German Club, Home Room Representative. Would like to go to college. DOMINIC DRAGOJEVICH "Dom" A tall boy who has beautiful black hair. ls a whiz in language classes. llom is undecided about the future. BERNARD DUCAR "Duke" Cheers any person with his cute wit. Bernie likes girls and hot rods. He would like to be a disc-jockey. GERALDINE DUCH "Gerry" An attractive blonde who believes in enjoying life. Gerry is a neat dresser and a good seamstress. To enter the business world. RITA DUDAS A sweet hard working girl who loves to laugh. Always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. Rita wants to be a typist. RONALD DUNMIRE "Ron" An artistic boy who likes girls and a good time. Plans to become an architect after serving Uncle Sam. 32 FRANCES ESTOK ilu ulll'2tt'tive hlontle who will he ll success in the HllIllIlCl'Cl1il field. Setretziry to Mr. lleggs. 'l'ri-'l'eens, Conimercizil Cl JACQUELINE EVANS This short lass is energy :ind pep every inch of her five feet. One of our In-st dressed girls. MILDRED FLAHERTY Millie is one of our singers who is alrent ' ly on het toul mt Horne Room Represenlznixe. Would like to Continue singing. ' BERNADETTIZ FRAIN liernie always rznlizites friendliness with her wztrin xnzinner. .Xnnunl Sztlesnuin. Future includes nizn'riuge A LDA .IEAN FRANKLIN is :1 hzird working pal who will he an gl'Cill success. Annual Co-liditor, Honor Society. XVill attend college to s RICHARD FRANKLIN Miss Rnsh's right hznnl inzni. We llflllil lmlzuue her Stage Guild, Kberinan Cluh. jOANNE FRANKS .X lruly swell, :ill-around girl who is ready to pitch ever you need her. 'I'ri-Teens, Annual. Holzes to he at nurse. SUE ANNE FRAZIER AIIIIIIUI' Llztss. Student fitlllllfli. XVonltl like to Stll DOLORES DURICA "Dolly" This girl is just one hig bundle of ehuckles. Will serie l'ncle Sinn Ciommercizil Club. painted secncry for Senior Play. Hull Pzitrol. j0HN DURICA We know this fellow :ts ll hzird worker in everything he does. He deserves success. Wrestling Team. Future undecided. ELEANOR DURO "Ele" Ele loves to have at good liine und everyone has at good time with her. Choir. Will do set'ret:n'i:1l work. j0HN DZUJKO This fellow is crazy about ears, He seems fond of girls, loo. l'ndet'itletl uhout the future. if "Franny" f u I n. 'jackie' I "Millie" 'A 'z to fu '. "Bernie" sniile and pleasing E nA ss tudy music. Slkichii for liking hiln. in and help where- .X rrzuy gal with a heart of gold. Shes tops! Leaders, President of ' ' ' ' tls llw 33 CARYL FREEBOROUGH Head Nlajorette. Will be a secretary. WILLIAM FRESHWATER "Freshie 1 incl tide college. RUTH ANN GASPER finger. Housewife. FREDA GEMEINHART Hall Patrol, President of Leaders Club. lfuture plans include marriagt AUDREY GENSAMER .Xudrey has a pleasant wav and is always bright and cheerful. She'll tertainlv go far in the world. XVill do secretarial work. WILLIAM GENT "Bill" A tall good looking fellow who has a captivating smile. junior Var- sity and Varsity Football. Reserxe Basketball. Future undecided. PATRICIA GIDUS "Pat" .X gal who appears quiet but is really full of fun. She adds a little rheer everywhere she goes. Will be a secretary. SHIRLEY GILCHRIST A tall. attractive girl who is always smiling. Enjoys life in general and has many friends. lfuture undecided. AUDREY GLICK .Xudrey has loads of determination, and when she decides something's to be done, she does it! Nlunhisko Co-Editor. Tri-Teens. Spanish Club. XVILLIAM GRAHAM "Bee-0" Bee-Us funny hone keeps tts in stitches. He is the life of any party. Football, Basketball. Will become a brieklayer. DAWN GRIBBLE V lhis gal radiates friendliness and is always "hep with l'ep." Choir. Annual Salesman, Tri-'l'eens. W'ill go to collegr CAROL GRIM A smiling red-head who spreads cheer wherever she goes. Student Council, Senior Executive Committee. 'l'o attend college for nursing. 34 Carvl is our head high stepper. With a baton. she t'an't be beat. as lfreshie is a terrific all round athlete. Whether on the football field or piteher's mound, he spells danger to the opposing team. Plans ,X peppy gal who did well as a cheerleader. Seeretary-'l'i'easurer of tht Sophomore Class. Leaders Club, Wears a diamond on her third Another peppv cheerleader who wears a ring on her third finger IRENE GUBA Ihis gal is full of pep and mischief. Always in and ont of funny situations. flandv Salesman. Choir. To he at sefretarv. ANDREW G ULEY 'I'ries to appear quiet. hnt it's hard, hetatlse he is always bursting with laughter and frm. GORDON HALTER .X likahle fellow with plenty ol determination. Band. Nlunhisko. .klllllIIIl, Will study Industrial lingineeritig at Penn Slate. GEORGE HARTOS .X quiet ronstientious lellow who's wry friendly amd full of fun. Gt-rnmn liluh. l'ndet'ided about the future. ll A ndy!! "Clash" FRANCIS HLASNICEK "Fran" .X happy-go-lucky boy with a ready laugh. Nlurh admired for his good looks. lntends to he a carpenter. jOAN HOOD "joanie" l'his laughing. likahle lass loves to haue at good time. Neat. enjoys danring. Poster Clnh. lN'ill do serrelarial work. -toms Hows --stmnie' X tall. dark and handsome fellow who is well liked hy the girls and xieerversa. Has it sharp wil and is always having il good tilne. IRENE HRICZO .X friendly hard-working girl who's always smiling. ,Xnnnal Sztlesmztn. Will do sefretariztl work. PATRICIA KASCAK "Pat" Not a care or a worry in the world-that's Pal. She has fun every- where she goes. XVill do office work. ARLENE KAVULIC Her sparkling hlue eyes and flushing smile win Arlene friends right and left. Hard working, lots of frm. lN'ill attend hnsiness college, SHIRLEY KENDER lhis gal, whose talents lie in sewing and cooking, will nndouhtedlx make a good home economies teaeher. WVILLIAM KENNEDY "Bill" ,X short handsome fellow who likes to joke and haue ftm. Seen at all school activities. German ClllD.iliO2lIlCl1Cl college. 35 EILEEN KENNEY "Red" This peppy cheerleader has been a leader of school spirit in Munhall. Served on Student Council and junior and Senior Executive Com- mittees. Duquesne University. RONALD KERRIGAN "Ron" Q Ron is a quiet fellow possessing a swell personality and many friends. ' Likes to hunt and fish. Will work at Mesta. WILLIAM KING "Bill" Bill is a quiet lad who has gone far in winning friends. German Club. IVoodlawn Student Council. Freshman and Sophomore Class Officer. Future undecided. VIRGINIA KIRTZ "Ginny" Although Ginny is a quiet lass. she has won many friends among us Seniors. NVill enter the business world. DONALD KISH "Don" A fellow who doesn't have much to say, but what he says always shows his humor. IVill serve Uncle Sam in the near future. ROSEMARY KOHUT "Rosie" Rosie loves to have a good litne. Wears a ring on the third finger, left hand, and will become a housewife. EUGENE KOPIE "Gene" One of our shorter fellows who works hard on any job that is given to him. He'll surely be a success in future years. JOHN KOVACH "Nuck" A friendly, crazy kid who never lets anyone around him have a dull moment. Band Member and Boys' Glee Club. Future undecided. RALPH KOZAK A happy-go-lucky fellow who loves to laugh. He's always talking about his great "hot-rod" ear. -IOHN KUCERA "jack" .X good looking' boy who picks up admirers everywhere he goes. Has a good time continuously. Member of the Band and Boys' Glce Club. FRANCIS, KUPEC .X vorational boy who has a good time "anywhere he roams." I-'ull of fun. A truly swell person. SYLVIA LADICK "Syl" Sylvia is a lass with loads of energy for whatever she attempts. National Honor Society, Co-Editor of the Annual. 'l'o go to l'ilt. 36 NANCY LALICH "N3llCl"' A gal who is always nice to have around. Student Council. lisecutive Committees, Honor Society. VVill have a career in art. DENNIS LARKO "Dennis the Menace" A short. qttiet lad who has quite a sense of humor. His hobbies in4 clude cars and all sports. His aim is to be a mechanist. ALBERT LEBEDDA "Al" A very quiet lad who is sure to go far. German Club and Annual Staff. His plans are undeeided. ANDREW LEES, JR. "Andy" Andy is a quiet lad who is very conscientious about anything he tackles. Enjoys sports. Plans to attend night school. VIRGINIA LENGYEI.. "Ginger" Ginger is definitely a sports minded gal. Her other interest is Rain' bow Girls. Hi-Liles and German Club. To attend Slippery Rock. MARY ANN LESKANIC "Men" Mert who has a smile for everyone, is never blue. Stamp Salesman. 'l'o do office work. RICHARD LESKO f'Rieh" A fellow who strives for perfection and is sure to be a success in whatever the future holds for him. PATRICIA LEWIS "Pat" Patty is known for her musical ability. She always has a friendly smile for everyone. Honor Society. Will attend Western Reserve for Nursing. Walt is one of our quiet vocational boys, who is quite interested in nterhanics. NVill have a good fixture in that field. Student Council. Leaders Club. To be a nurse. PATRICIA LOWSTETTER "Pat' A short gal who can be described as friendly and sweet. Her futurt plans are undecided. CHARLES LUCAS "Lulu" Although Luke is a tease at times. we must admit he is quite a come dian. Baseball and Football Teams. 'l'o join the Navy. 37 WALTER LIPPAY "Walt" SYLVIA LITZ "Syl" Sylvia is known for her smile and her pleasing way. Hall Patrol. v RONALD LUPTAR uound lull ol' fun He is always nice to have 1 ' . XVill probably go to work. FRANCES MADAR Vim, vigor and vitality are three things that I-r1n has plenty of. Student Council, Leaders. To be a secretary. DONALD MADZIN This fellow has fit in so well. he is now our elass president. Nlunhisko. Senior Play, Glee Club. Will go to college. LEO MAGUIRE "Lup" and tvltly remarks. "Franny" 4 1 . "Don " "Leo" .X good looking fellow who lmes hot-rods and spends most of his time driving them. WILLIAM MA-IERNIK 'l'his hlaek'haired box Hobbies are swinnning ' CAROLE MALO is admired by all. He'll really go places. and hunting, "Bala" HKQYPSYY This gal keeps ueryone in stitches. Her cheery words chase dull niolnents. Leaders. Will be a fine secretary ROBERT MANDZAK .Xn intelligent student whose quick uit has put lile into nrtny 'i dull flass. Spanish Club. linjoys dancing. DANIEL MARAMBA This lioy heads the list in xIllllll2lllwS " l'en Best Dressed Boys .Xssueia- tion." Has a smile for eieryune. Spanish Club. "IVhitey" 4 1 FAY MARTIN She's a quiet little gal, but what personality! Student Council liyeeutiye Clonunittee. XVants to be a lreautteian. MICHAEL MARTIN One of our more quiet ioeational boys who hails from Holneyille. Future plans are undecided. MYRNA MARTIN .Xnothcr quiet lass liked by all, Spanish Club. Home Econoinics Club. 'l'o be Z1 teacher. DOROTHY MATHOS "Dutehy" A substitute cheerleader who has xiin and vigor to tnateh. Success is sure. leaders Club, Red Cross. Future undecided. 38 ff W , we Q fi F W 7 . 4 , A gg' xg M ARILYN MERENICK Cute, sharp dresser, sparkling personality are all fitting to Marilyn. Clieering Nlzttiztger, lezulers. lS'ill stutly nursing. ROBERTA MIDDLEMISS 'l'his qttiet gall hats the honor ol' being the shortest in the senior class. lfuture plztns are tiiitlecicletl. DOLORES MIHALCHIK 'I'his pert little miss is at reullv keen dresser! 'l'ri-'leens, Commercial Club, Annual Szilesinun. Will uttencl Rohert Morris. JAMES MIHALCIN A slender fellow who takes pztrtifulzu' pritle in his wzny hrown hair. .X vofutionul hoy, he will luke up at lrzule. KENNETH MATTHEWS "Remy," lhis red-llatired lad is ZIIWQQS trying to get at laugh. lVill go to college to further his etlueaition. LYDA MAZE I.ytlzt has the gift ol' gzih :intl is ulwatxs laughing about something. lfuture inelutles tnztrringe. THOMAS McATEER "NIM-" .X quiet. sincere senior who hats at frientlly smile for exeryone. Xfill work in at mucliine shop. SALLY MCCUEAN tfsal' .X cute blonde who's hztrtl to heart in her theering or her personality Cllieerlezuler. Mrs, XX :ulker's secretary. JOHN MCGILL "NIeg0' 'lliough quiet. -luck would he the answer to :un girl's hot prohleni Likes sports. Will aittentl college. IRIS MCKNIGHT "Micke-y' lixceptionally peppy :tml talkative. Always willing to work. .Xnnuztl lixecutire fi0lllll1lIll'L'. Will zittentl college. 'IOSEPH McSHANE .X very quiet lzul who always enjoys at lung ztlmout anything he tloes. Future utulecitlecl. LEONA MELESHENKO ,X happy, catrefree lass who zilwuys enjoys at offife work in the future. "Meren" ssnollyyy NACE!! 39 ssloex h hut is xerx conscientious gootl tinie. Ch "LQ-e' oil Will do .Q- DOLORES M l HALKO .X gal who is always full ot lun and laughter. Loses to haw a good tune. l.tln'aryi1lub. j0HN MIKULA lacks pleasing voice and personalitx will help him make his mark. intends to work at l.inde Air Company. HENRIETTA MILLER .X gal who has personalitx plus. She will go lar in whatever she at' tempts. Annual Stall Nlunhisko. Plans to be a secretary. RICHARD MON ECK .X tall. well btnlt fellow wh to help a friend. xxnollyvu uhlackv lKRich!l o gels a big kick out of life. Always ready ANTHONY MORONE "Tony" Clive Tony a guitar and he'll sing you a song. He's a boy any of us enjoy being with. CLARA MUHA A truly swell girl who just bubbles with fun and energy. junior and Senior Plays. Student Council. Plans to be a nurse. -IAYNE MUIR lltough Jayne is intelligent, she is far from being stuffy, NVe think she's a peek of fun. XVill attend Oberlin College. HELEN MURPHY "Murph" A quiet and shy girl who gives a helping hand to anyone who needs it. -Xnnual Salesman. XN'0uld like to go to Business School. JAMES NADZAM "lint" .X quiet. good looking lad who is sinfere about anything he tackles, l.ikes boxing. Future undecided. WVILLIAM NATCHER "Natch" .X handsome boy who never says much. Varsity Baseball, German Club. Would like to enter Westminster. FLORENCE NEMETH "Flo" .X sweet and mannerly girl with a pleasing personality. Munhisko lypist, Commercial Club. XVill stttdy nursing at Duquesne. SHIRLEY NIEMETZ "Shirl" A Cute girl who is easy to get along with. Majorette, Red Cross. Miss Rush's secretary. Plans to be a private serretary. 40 BERNADETTE NOVACK "Bernie" Always ready to joke and laugh. Has a warm smile. Commercial Club. Secretary is her aim. EDWARD NOVOTNAK "Ed" A very quiet young man. Ed is a neat dresser and a good student. 'l'o enter college for engineering. CAROLE NUSS "Cookie" A tall, pretty girl with lots of poise. Honor Sofiety. Cheerleader. Executive Committee. VVi1l be a fine model. AGNES OPSITOS "Aggie" Agnes is easy to get along with. Loves to laugh and joke. Home Economics Club. XVill work in the mill. LOUIS OROSZ, IR. "Louie" Louis is always playing a joke on someone. Never has a Care in the world. A votationul lrov. EDWARD 0'ROURKE "Salty" A boy with a million dollar personality. A good student and neat dresser. Nlunhisko Sports Staff. 'l'o join the Navy. KATHLEEN 0'TO0LE "Kathy" A rule blonde who never worries about at thing. junior Leaders, Secretary to Nlr. Rzunsav. XVill do secretarial work. MARCELLA PASKERT "Mattie" Quiet and hard working is this young lady. Hobbies are all sports. Would like to be a beautician. LEO PATTERSON, JR. "Lee" Likable Leo is everyont-'s friend. He always jokes, but never fails to sttt'c'eed. Wrestling. Will go to college. DOROTHY PAVUCSKO "Dot" .X friendly, fun loving girl, who never fails to tuake you laugh. Com- luerrial Club. Will be a secretary. CONSTANCE PCSOLYAR "Connie" .X short. attractive, blonde who lotes to laugh. Library Club, Tri- leens, Nlunliisko Typist. XYill do t'lerit'ztl work. EUGENE PERHAC "Per" A blond boy who attends vocational school. Never has much to say. lfuture plans are undecided as yet. 41 .,t. . MARGARET PRICE to study nursing in the ftll HELEN PROUDFOOT GERALDINE PUPIK LILLIAN PUSPOKI West Penn. ROBERT RAMSAY EUGENE RATAY "Baldy" 'l'his short fellow takes particular pride in his hair, His dark brown locks are never out of place. To take up a trade. EDWARD REID "C0onie" A short lad who never has much to say. He is very' easy' to - alo with. Band, Boys' Glee Club. To join the service. RONALD REINERTH "Henry" The room is in a gale of laughter if Henry is there. He's one of those fortunate guys who owns a C1ll'. To attend Pitt. MONICA REPKO This gal always has a friendly smile and a "hello" for everyone. She can take a joke as well as give one. 42 .X girl who always gets her work done. Gerry' is friends with everyone. Her future is as yet undecidetl. jOHN POLACOK "-lohnny' One of our vocational boys who is loads of fun. john is everyones friend. and always will lend a helping hand. CAROLINE POTOSNAK "Pol" g'rl. Caroline is easy to get along with and is ad- rnired for her heautiful Complexion. NICHOLAS PRANIS "Nick" Nick is a tall. handsome hoy who displayed his acting talent in the ylunior and Senior Plays. 'I o attend Carnegie 'l'et'h. npeggyn .X sweet and quiet gal who is lots ot lun German Kllulm. XX'ould like upauyu X hard working miss who is admired for her heautitul clothes lri- leens. Home Et'ono1nit's Club, Red Cross. ly'ould enjoy' nursing. "Gerry" UI-dal!! Lillian is sweet and pretty. Being a high-stepping majorette is a natural thing to her. German Clluh. Nlunhisko. Will take nursing at "Bob" rotnes in handy on the ... X tlll. shy. good looking lad nho alyyays basketball floor. Roh would like to go to college nest y'e'tr j0SEl'H RICHARDS "joe" X truly' swell lellon who can rnake his tlarinel play' quite :l lively tune. He was our high stepping drum nrajor at the football games. BARBARA RIDDILE "Barb" lhts pert lass is always un to dale tn eu-ry way. She's what we Call :I sharp dresser. I'osler Cluh. 'lriilieens and I.iln'ary' Club. Business Sthool, .IANET umm' lhis friendly' miss is at good worker and shows plenty' of interest in extra-eurritular aelixities. Annual. llall l'alrol. junior Play: To go lo 'l'et'h. DELRITA ROGERS "Del" .X rule and lixely gal who ean't stand a quiet rnonrent. Del is quite a sharp shooter on the Rifle learn. Hall Patrol and Annual. To he ll lllll5t', ROSE MARIE ROLEXVITZ "Rosie" Rosie is xr lrarrel of fun. lf you want to lzep up a day, spend it with Rosie. .Knnual Szilesnrzrn. lti-'leens and Slznnp Salesman. lVill he at ses rela ry , LOUISE RZEPKA "Lou" l.ouise is a rather special gal in that she's an all-round good sport. Xlunhislxo, Alunior Varsity Cheerleader, Red Cross and 'I'ri-'l'eens. Seeretanx. -IOH N six my -'johnny' .X Irztppy'-go-lucky lellon who holds to the helief that life goes round like a nrerrx-go-round. LUIS SALOPEK l.ois spreads joy :intl cheer ererywlrere she goes, and makes ey'ery'one feel glad to he aliye. Xnnual Salt-srnan and 'l'ri-leens. Student Council. Stage Guild and Hall Patrol. Will attend college. 43 QIOHN SARACCO "jam-k Ilaek is at quiet hoy, hut nite to know. He puts forth an effort on erery thing he tllletllpts. EDWVARD SCHICIK "Ed .X quiet. friendly fellow who enjoys a joke eten when it's on hirn. HL really' has musical talent and he's heen in the hand a long tinre. VIVIAN SCHLOSSNAGEL "Vee .X gal whose fingers really' travel on the typewriter keys. Vee is tl loyal friend and nite to he with. ,Xttend Grove City' College. THOMAS SCHORR "Shoes A quiet hoy' with a fine sense of hurnor. His friends are countless MARJORIE SCI-IRECENGOST "Margie" Marge's amusing disposition has taken her a long way toward happi- ness. Choir, Munhisko. Will attend Business School. WILLIAM SCHUETZ "Pop" Pop has a cordial manner and friendly smile. He is really a whiz on the dance floor. DONNA SCHULTZ Her charming smile is the first thing you notice about Donna. Annual Salesman. DONNESS SCHULTZ "Schultzie" A gracious and attractive girl who strives for the best in everything she does. Choir, Annual. Will go to Business School. ROBERT SCHUMACHER "Bob" An admirable fellow who is well liked by all who have the oppor- tunity of knowing him. LORETTA SEDLAK Sincere, sweet, and smart are adjectives which best describe her. She is always ready to help anyone. Her plans include college. SANDRA SEIFRIED "Sandy" This girl loves to laugh and does everything in her power to make everyone laugh with her. Leaders, Annual. Will go to Business School. GEORGE SEMANCIK "Gee-0" George always has a mischievous twinkle in those big brown eyes. Spanish Club. VVill go to Carnegie Tech. MONICA SINAI "Monie" A short lass who has been a loyal member of our band ever since she entered Munhall. Band Council. Annual. She wants to become a teacher. CHARLES SIPOS "Chuck" Chuck is one of the less talkative members of our class. He belongs to the Spanish Club. Will attend college. MELVIN SLATER "Slam" Slats is known for his wit and the way he knows when to say what. Junior and Senior Plays. College or armed forces are his future plans. DOLORES SLEVA "Dolly" A short lively lass who is always on the go. Always working or attend- ing school activities. Vlould like to go to collz.e. l 44 RONALD SMOLEY "Ron" Ron is a quiet. reserved lellow who is quite well known for his humor. He enjoys any kind ot' sports. LEONARD STAGON "Hoe" A real he-tnan with good looks and a personality to tnatclt. Varsity football. XVilI attend college in the future. CHARLES STEFKO "Chuck" l1hutk's easy going manner and ready wit has made him a hit with all ot' us. Senior Play. President ol' the Ciertnan Cluh, NANCY STEPHENS "Nance" NIunhall's little songstress with a sweet personality. junior and Sen- ior l'Iavs. Secretary ol' the lunior Class. Will he a success in anything. MARTHA STEVENS "Sis" Sis is always ready to go dancing and cuts quite a caper on the dance floor. Will prohahlr enter the husiness field. WILLIAM s'rEvENs 'ffniir' A fellow witlt a sunny disposition to match his friendly stnile. Easy going. never has too niueh to say. Will go to work. RICHARD STOPHEL "Dick" 'l'his lad has litany talents. ln suite of his modesty, he has a wealth of knowledge. Gerinan Klluh. Will go to college. j0SEPH STOUT "joe" joe rlaiius his greatest interests are cars and girls. Friend to all, enenty to none. Wants to heroine a State l'olic'etnan. ELEANOR STUPAR "Stu" This lass has yet to learn what the word serious tneans. She is always gay and happy. Interested in husiness work. STEPHEN SUTO "Suds" .X horn comedian who keeps all his classes in an uproar. junior Play, Stage Guild, German Club. DARLA SWANSON "Darla" Darla is a sweet, hrown-liaired lass, well known for her friendliness with everyone. Commercial Club. To be a secretary. Bernie is a bright, gay carefree girl, and very pleasant to he around. Her future lies in the husiness world. 45 BERNADETTE SZATKOWSKI "Bernie" MARY LOU SZEKELY "Lou" 1 Quiet, cute and likable are adjectives that describe Mary Lou quite well. Her future is undecided as yet. ROBERT SZEKELY "Bob" A, .X hoy who has heen respected hy all of us for his wrestling abilities and also his intelligent-e. Marv I.ou's twin. . , x sl SYLVIA SZEKELY A quiet and shy girl who gives you a friendly smile wherever you meet her. Future prohahly in business. CAROL THOMPSON "Cal" Carol is a pretty girl with personality plus. A neat dresser, she's always perfectly groomed. l.atin Cluh. junior Varsity Checring. RAYMOND TKACH .-X quiet, brown-haired lad who attends vocational school. Likes to hnild ship models. Will join the servire. ADELAIDE TOMKIEWICZ "Aden This lively girl has a friendly word lor everyone and will go far with her sincerity. Kiointnercial Clluh, Plans to he a secretary. LUCILLE TOMKO "Lu" l.l1 will he retnenihered for her ready laugh and flashing, dark eyes. Choir. Enjoys swinnning and tlanring. SHIRLEY TONIKO "Shirl" .X little hluc-eyed lass, Shirley is loved for her sweet disposition. Red Cross. XVoodlawn Hall Cops. XVill he a serretary. ALBERT TOTH "Al" .X funny fellow who loves a good litne. lhe life of any Class. llans to join the Nay v. J . . KENNETH TOWNSEND "Whitey" One of our dashing young nien possessing a truly sincere smile. Although a hit on the quiet side. Ken loves a joke. HENRY UHLER "Hank" Although he's often quiet. Hank possesses a good sense of humor and loves to clown around. Will serve in the Navy. GEORGE ULASSIN "Ully" This muscular wrestler is a sharp stientist with a passion for "stunts" in chemistry. lVrt-stling, German Cluh. Future undecided. 46 LOIS ANN ULEVICH One of our rule and quiet girls. Always has a friendly smile and "hello" for everyone. lntends to go to College. CHALMERS UPLINGER "Chal" .X short boy who is loaded to the top with fun and mischief! Band. Rifle 'l'eam. Will attend college. MARTHA VAVREK f'Marth" A small girl who talks only when necessary. What she says is always pleasant. Plans for the future are undecided. STEVE VEREB .X tall, nice looking lad who has a friendly "hello" and rongenial smile. A true ladies' man. HELEN VESELENY Helen is a peppy, little. dark-haired girl with a friendly greeting lor all. Will be a sean-tary. DOLORES VOLINSKI "Vinny" Vinny is one of our livelier misses who loves to dance and have fun. Choir. CLARA VRABEL Clara takes quite an interest in gym and sports. She appears quiet, but can laugh about anything. FRANCIS VRABEL "Frooks" When there's a joking party you'll usually find this lad present, Would like to have an art career. FLOYD WAMPLER "jimmy" Floyd is the typical "man ol' exery girl's dreams." Good looking, nice personality. lots ol' fun. Football, Wrestling. THOMAS WANLESS "Tom" One ol' our short boys who attends vocational. Although he seems quiet. he can be quite the joker in a Crowd. SHIRLEY WATKINS "Shirl" 'I'liis cute, blonde high-stepper has a pleasing personality, and is game for any sort ol' fun. Nlajorette. Will be a nurse. MELVIN WHITE "Mel" 'l'alk about detilisb brown-eyes! This boy has them! Mel is a tall dark, and handsome member of the Football Squad. and Basketball Team. 47 I, PECCYE XVICHELNIANN "I'cggw Om' ul' Olll' KIIIICI gills, l'L-ggic is an mu-I IllllIIL'll1.' :mil ll gmail WUl'Ixl'I xxlm will rczlllx gn plmm, Plains lu llc il Nl't'I'i'l1Il'I. ROIVLAND IVILKINSON "WVilkic' "WilkiL"' is :mc ul' IXIIIIIIIZIIIIS "llmm'm," 6 luv Yimc-l'in'miilc'l1I. Wrul ling. Ilill gn lo u1llCgt'. LAVERNE IVILSON "Sugar "Sugzu"' is an liwlx miss, wlw iwxri g1'lNllUIl'll uilli lilv. Xm1uzllSl:ill Rod Cross XI'ill flu cvl'l'im'c- xxmlx. PAUL YATSKO ,X cl:il'k-lizlirccl xucziliminl lmm, rzlllici on llic' lllivl Siclv. Iilws "lu ' sz gif." ': I ' ' CX: ISA BEL ZI NI MI-IRM AN lliis lim- miss is lllwil lux alll lm' lim' wgurm smilv ziml llwmllx grvvl ing. .XIIIIOIIQQII mil' ul' Ulll'vllllIK'l girls, lszilicl likc-slcmliziw-l'ill1. SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE lcfi L0 right: Run l-I-1, livimy. Lewis. Row 2-S. Ludick, C. Ilislikoif. CZ. Grim Row 3-S. Litz, N. Lzllicli, I.. Wilso C. Byers. zincling-S. A. Frazier, D. NILHIIIII, R Wlilkinson. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR Wliilc. llcmailil Nlllllllll, I.L'Il lo iiglll: C.c'rzilslim- liwis Ruwlzlml Willxiiiscm. Nl iss I A Q,3yw',, QB' N, ,X "W, 5.4 A V . il "Ji OHV 4 is ,A XT I ,E JT" ill? Q ai Ii A f it Xi, um aibjggfaf K K Y Q 0,5 5 4' S vi 1 .. ,, .vfw 15- gygly A .Qs- ,wx ,iggy ., ,Rfk mf ,, Nfl -qs Q55 K Y Nh Q V, 3 T3 75 5, 5 X ,, 9 T, Y. Haj. v is ig 15 ff. hw ' ,mW.f,:m,.m' 'ff-wfSmmfaQ,r:5-wfw,3,g,,ggW.Q.z,Q.fF- In , H ..-........, -annu-.WA M ii? 5 LM:-nl Wann M..- . .fm IN' all me f Wlul Q null M7809 QQ? Ei svufww J YW I 45 f f 4 I UWMAVMMMT wi fi,'5'5?f1111"2fl, :A ,f..,i'J3f4i--fiilff :z , I .V fwif:1m:5,gf,gM,:'1 5- NF an . , V.., V. 15 A L X, ,.,. 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I.. Bcrgquisl. K. lligdzl. NI. llish- Loff. G. Blank. ,Y A ' 1 R D 1 In umm-, cz. numk, n, num, J. Imam, ls. lzogmxm-11-r. zs, , A I-1. lam-1-ik. ' R 5 H- yr.-,W A . v' i ua. -' nl. llollcsch, F, Boylim, N. lkrucm, F. Brauvdy, R. Brew ""'. . nun, S. Broamlrighl. 1 Xi A V W KI. Brown, l'. liugos, l'. llurun, J. Burk, K. Byrnes, - , l.:n'm'y. 'K 'Q:.' ..k I 3 in 3 3. a- R' Q . .. . , . ' ? - Ciil'l', Il. f.21l'l'. CL. C2Il'lIlIl'l. NI. Czllcnzl. P. CSL-yhzl, ID. F K f.Il1ISk0. l., L x"" 5 T f -J' ' ? R . F 2 M R S s ll. cihilll, B. Cllcrvp, J. Kllmrmn, l'. Clayton. ll. CZIUIIIZIII, E Cullulgr. J S. Cmumlly, A. Cook. si JUN IOBS R. flurcl. R. Cox. 5 C. Clrcgnn, Crisp, Crilcllficld, ll. Cummings. C. C7ySllll'll, N. Dzlvis. G. llcliulh, l-I. Ilclulm. R. llicluclm. D. llulms, Il. Dorlm- Y 'H 3 .S X crly. j. llonzlk. I Q, 4 ij. llnrlwy, C. Drago, llrulur, D. Droni, ll. lhwnr, R. 1 , V Dugzls. K . ' my - f-'fl fig Q . if K N. Dunmirc. -I. Durzm. ll. llurzmko, l.. lfllfifll, .X. llur- R' A a kulzl. M. .L Dzujko, Y -. K M In 31:3 K S W Il. Hrklcy. IS. l-lllis. l.. liskcn, liuuns. W. HHIIIS, I". ' 5 Q A lfauvrcll. V L -if H .. Y l.cl'I In right: Cl. Ifzuio. NI. F4-lix. .L Ferrari, I-1. Fc-tzko, 1.f.wQ,, ll. I'-ill. lf. l'1iIlgilJI7UllS. . "1 Efffigiwllii i ' A ri P. l"lzlhurlv, F. lfonzi, l"1':mklin, IJ. Fmnkwich, 3553, 7 -Riff I"l'L-clmlnllgll, CL. Calm. . f"" if .1 ',. A, E A -K.,. . 'V ,q,.f "fi , ' 9. FV DI. hznrzlsc, j. fQ2lI'l2lllll, xl. Ciavlzak. R. Gzlvluk. IJ. Gillol. . "" 'Q 'W Xl. Gorllllcx. nl? U Q., 3... ,:V,:.A, J .. 'H My M I. Urccn, K. fQl'l'L'llllUlK', S. Cirinlmcrg, R. Grzyh, Nl. .X. ' v llzlmilum. NI. Hammond. . . hfwfts Q 'Q ' P . f K. A I Ii. Hzllklvss. li. Harkovich. A. Hznim. Hcalhcring- X . W . . mn. I. llC2llllL'l'illLfl0Il. R. Hciningcr. .S-'as'-Q -1 .. 4 E3 - K x 3 WE, 5 , . . . . . . , b V. A " R. llcmmgcr. lj. Hcss, ln. Hoffman, I. Holdsworlll, M. . -k'kk Q. J llUIK'XYillSIQi, R. Hullvn. 4. Tw Q'4l li f i , K. 3:2 IC. Hollis, Nl, Hornyuk. G. Horvzllh. 'l'. Hm':mc'c, Ilmxc. lf. Humzmic. ul. Hum, Nl. j. llznwhs, A. JZIIIICS, C. Joseph, N. .Iurso X . Known. V YI' Ai xel, H' I.. Rumcslnkn, Y. Kzunpc. l-1. Kzlrge. xl. Kascak. bl. Kas gn-r. XY. Kllllflllllll. 'V Q.. Kzwimcr. B. I.. Kcarmn. JUN I0llS S. Iicpcs. Cl. Kiuuu-5. l'. King. -I. Kisllcr. gg Y ll. liuhul. ll. KKJlIl2ll', ml. li0l'll11lk,-I. Rom. C. Krncunosky Nl. Kl'zlllcnbcl'g. K M R. Iiupw. R. Kllllllil. 'I. klllllllk, In. Lucey, I. Lucey "f 7 ' ":' MU N. Lzlcko. . 0 v . . V LL.. v M.-ff R. JUNIIIIIS l.L-fl to right: R. Leech, j. Lcpoll, j. Leskanic. S. Lewis 'll Lippuy, Nl. Loosz. .X. lnposky, l.. Nlnmsky, l'. Nlnlus. -1. Marlin. l'. Marlin R. Maxxum. l.. Nlnltllcws, l'. Mulliku, ll. Nlrlllosky, 'l'. Mfllcrmotl R. McKay, I.. Nlrkihlmcn. IS. M4'M:n'liu, lf. xlCl'lllt'lSlL'iIl, R. Miklusko. R. Miko ll. Milkn, IS. Nlisku. lu. Mivcjvwski. M. XIUIIIZIT, C. Moller, Moreno, li. M0l'IiIlll'l'. R. xlllyllllll. R. Mllylil, K. Muir, M. Muir. R. Mullen, ul. Mulvihill lf. Mllhn. . Nc-cdlmln, M. R. NCIIICS, M. Novack, U. QI. Nowry . Olcn, R. Ulsznick. X In M. Orris. li. Owslnu, ll. l':lImc1'. A. l'zustcm:1k, R. Pas lor, NI. Pillllik. KL. Patrick, B. l'c-run. W. Pclcrs, AI. Pimlo, NI. Plultn. I' l'nllzu'rl. lf. Popko, A, l'm'lvr. J. Przmis. K. Pfllllll. P. Rncliszluky, I.. Rukmnskzls. li. Rakowski, IL. Rcinvrlh. 'l'. Rendicwicz, D. Restauri R. Rvtsfh, A. Ridgway. neg my M. AA . 1 3 . f . mv. .. ...Q sv I I 5 . v A n 2 A ' . . F-'NS . . 1 Rv. 'K 9,3 5' . .. --:., : Q v fm K Ja . -V " L .: ,Q 'Q R R if 5 . 8k A -. Q L X 48 ,, . 1 . S Q 'tl X J .1 if SP , rg 'apart 1 Left to right: K. Rohcs, Bl. Robes, j. Ruckovich, G Rmnig. V. Russel: R. Rowell. Nl. Rulofson, N. Rushc, J. Rnsnztk. M. Rutter, H. Snhol R. Scltzmnls. N f P ' Xl. Schcctz, F. Sclicllman, l'. Srhick. Nl. Schultz. R P Scliwzunlmcrger, R. Scott. Q f Q "?::1ti3 . Sw ift Qi 1 Six.:-. 3. .23 - S l ' 1 I I' if IF . 4 in.. x s Q 2 if .t. e ii ... 0 il t I Q l Q :QW ff Q, Q n l ug i' .- ,U .J 2 gg 1 I A . .25 . , 35 it 1 Q U, . --, ge A 4, , ,MA ww an .V . Sclzti, R. Scpesy, R. Several, B. Shields, E. Shirokic li. Simko. lf. Simko, Y. Skorski, Ii. Slam, E. Smith, Al. Smith. N Smith. JUN IORS R. Smolcy, L. Smulclt, H. Solomon. j. Soltis, ll. Spisak ll. Sl1lllS. R. 5tztllzml. Nl. Sl1llll'll2lk.-I. Stewart, R. Still, S. Slorci' Nl, Suhoza. A W. lcrrcll, R. 'l'ci'rick. A. 'l'imms, .L Tlimnas, li. l. 'I llompson, M. A. 'l'it'hon. H. 'l'isI1on. M. Tomko. R. 'l'otuovcsik, B. Topcrzer, Xl ,, l 'l'i'ctinik. 'l'. 'l'urner. HK' tn 9 5? U. Yztlko. R. Vztngurzt, F. Vcrelm. P. Vernon, XV. Vesel- cny, CI. Virostck. l'. Volinslai, A. Volosky. N. lvlllll, ll. Wnlcntlziewirl IJ. lV:1lt'mlzicwicz. Nl. I.. lvZllll17lCl'. I Xhnslmx, 5. Huw, I.. XXUIIL: la. Xzurknwky, H. Ian sk lm-It ln IIIQIIII I. Wznxsil, II. Iv2lIIxIllS. Ci. IY4'gImul. X ,. W XXII 1 " Lil mn, X, Willizumx, Ii, Wilson. I.I'.f1l4I0lX. I fuk. ll. lillltllli. II. XZIXIIKIIIICIM I. lL'igIm, I. lu X. f.h1ll'It'Il. I I'l1u'. .lUNl0IlS .lunior Ahsentuvs IMI In YIIJIIIII Rem I R. xIIIxllIIl, R, .X, Rudick. S. Xl I1-ullnk. mx 2 I", Slllgtl. li. Nlillvr. K.. Xmzuk. HIGH SCHOOL WOODLAWN lx-fl In right: llmmu N'iw.l'lmlwn1'd Duff-k, lvam llnpliv. S0l'HOM0llE UFFICEIIS 1.0! xl lu right: Dmmn Riclgwny, Robcrl Nlllnlmh, Mary june Hrimm 60 Left to right: j. Ackerman, R. Ackerman, M. A. Adams. R. Adams, E. Adamitz, li. Albrecht. I-1. Allas, B. Andcrchak. 'l'. Andres. Anclreyo, C, Arm strung, J. Asson. j. liacho, j. llaptie, D. Barnes, A. llayuk, R. lluyuk M. llcam. M. llchun. j. Bclich, l'. llcnnctt, R. Bernd, M. l., Best: rock. B. Bileck. M. llinghaun, W. Bittner, A. lilusko, D. Bluler. H llunncr. ll. Boyle. I. llrztutr, I. liradich, lf. llrccht, l.. llrinkt-r. M. llruotnc. Xt. lstmey' SOPll0MORES l-'. lirosky, ll. Brown, A. lirttgos, C. Bugos, R. Butku C.. Ciltllllllll. l M. Cloonan. C.. Collins, K. Cooper, A. Cutterell. N. Crisp. M. Cuttlcr, B, llanko. ll. Danku, H. Dcshong, G. Demchsin, E. Dragcjcvich M. Dtlcar, ll. Duch. B. Dudas, E. Dufek, . Duran 0, A. Durst, M. Durst, , J 8 M. A. Dzvomk. IN. Callio, Il. Carney, li. Carney, M. Chilli. N. Churma, ,ali . 5 S SOPll0Bl0llI3S Left to right: P. Elicker, R. Endres, S. Evans, C. l',2llISl H. Fcdor, R. Fetzko. H. Finnccy, D. Flockhart, D. Florian, G. Ciaskill, C C-an Ink, E. Gentile. E. Glinski, J. Glnnt, R. Goga, M. Cracnn, li. Green, R Griuen. I.. K-ryb, K-. Guidish. NV. Uurley, G. Hagcrduch, j Hamilton, W. Hanlon. S. H1lI'2lllC'llCl', 'l'. Hcidcl. R. Hepps, ll. Hcrbst, H. Hcr reg. G. Hess. R. Hill, E. Holowzny, R. Holloway. j. Hooper. ll Hurgan, NI. Horvath. Nl. Horxalh, M. Houston, R. Howcrofl, M. Hriuo l'. Hunt. M. Hvasta. li. Hxaulovich, 'l'. llyas, ll. Inczlglialo, WV. jackson, I' -lklkilll, G. jamosko. l.. janosko. P. jesko, R. A. jonash, N. Karlock, N Kasko, l'. Kale. lf. Kingsley, A. Kirk, R. Kil'lllCyCl', C. Kisllcr, Koch- lcr, j. Kolesar. R. Kondas, J. Komlis, 'l'. Konis, W. Kosko, R. kosudu, R. Kraft. Lcfl lo right: K. Kuhancsck, M. Kunclml, A. Kushner M. Kushner, B. Knznm. E. Lacey. IL. Ludick, K. Laird, M. l.2llly0ll. I.. Layton, I.:-lwmlzl W. l.clm1:cl1l. l'. l.csknnlc. li. lmskn. .L Lcsuus, A. l.cwis, .L Lippziy M. H. Lowry. Il. Lutheran. N. Lyuns, R. Malmlousky, M. Majcrnik A. lW2ilIIll!lllSl. J. Malo. li. Malone, li. Mnnns. I-1. xlllllllil, lxlllfliii, M. Msn'- rinko, E. Marlin. ul. Marlin, R. Marlin. D. Maslascusu, j. Matthews, j Mayni. H. lul'Sll1llIC. 'l'. Meister, M. Miller. R. Miller, A. Mitchell. j. Monik G. Maroncr. li. Moskal. R. Muha. R. Murdock. j. Miniagio. W Motling. R. Mrazik. SOPll0MOBES ,l. Murray. C. Naclzam, G. Nagy, K. Nagy, S. Neuman, R. Nichaus. l. Niskarh, S. Nuss. M. Ole-n, G. O'Shell, A. 0"I'oolc. M. Palchik. ll. Pnllncr, ll. Parkinson. M. Patrick, D. Palscn. I-I. l'aslel'ik, li. Pearson. ,,,.. , J. Z, 44 il X 5' my-, ' 355 gf! R ' iff ,cw 1 mf. - lf -F 3 V ...fi T 1... ' .. Q Qi' l Q 'Y , W ll , ll lr. ... Q ' K . . H. h Q ii ' -us, ' "f.1a...: fn W r 7 1, .4 1 ' ' 3, i .fig , . . . fail, M s.iif.fg.i.5 2' lg, 11... ..... M.. gg, . M. ...L , i .. ' ig lil - "1 I Saw L V lqiwg f fi . A -2. fu .5 . 2. .S, . 9... , si ii, l.eft to right: M. Vesta, C. Posipzmku, R. Prusak, j. Pnpik, T. Repko, D. Ridgway. K. Roberts, Rock, G. Rogan, C. Rogers. D. Rogers, K. Rohan. R. Saho, C. Saholcik, B. Sallinger, F. Saracco, D. Schaff, 'l'. Sfheetz. CZ. Schellnian. j. Schoaf, IJ. Sthrccengost, V. Schrecen- gust. N. Srhuetz. B. Schnffert. R. Schweinherg, G. Sellers. R. Scott, .-X. Siard, V. Simko. G. Skillpzt. R, Soltnnzln, Sotkowski. C. Stahl. I". Slailnaker, G. Stecik. ul. Steiner. XV. Steiner. ll. Stnffel, D. Sillpilf, A. Stewart, V. Swecny. Ii. Slznirzl. H. Szalkuwski. l.. Toth. XI. Toth. Tyrrell. B. Uhry- nizlk. D. IilCYil'il. S. Vuitlzl. W. Yznjtlzi, li. Varholzi. W, Varley. I.. Vavrek A. Veltri. I.. Vereb, l'. Verelm, XVz1lkc'r. G. YVallace. B. Hialls ll, XVznlterQ. LI. YVzn'tl. .L Wargo, B. Wehrer. B. Weinberger, O. Werner. E. Williams. Sophomore Ahsentees Left to right: Row I-A. Gresko, C. Page, XV. Crevar M. Rockovich. Row 2-D. Rapolti, D. Race. v SOPll0M0llES 1,1-fl to right: lf. XS'illi:uus, ll. xviSL', P. YV1lsflmk. R W1-is, li. Young, M. Yuhnv. Dj. Alum, H. lclglcr, I, flIlllIlCl4lll2lIl. Nl. lnlduu. D I alma-r. li. Sammi!-rs. Sophomore Absentees L4-fl to right: Row l!R. Bllliliy. j. Kurtz. Row 2-W. Molnur. V. Ilalcsmuiry. Row 3-'l'. Mdlznrtcr, G. Lucas, ll. Mczinzc. HIGH SCHOOL YVOODLAWVN Freshman Student lfounvil M ent bers lrfl In right: Gan Xlzn1'wl1.Xi1'gilli11 Urclf. ld I tn right: Bnrlmrn Doclum-tv. .Inlm St. C1lnir.'I'om I'Il'IllI1Hllgt'l 66 I4-fr lo righl: B, Mlauns. I.. Amlrcyn, .L Angst, D 1 nlllllll. I'. Bzllllll, X. lizlhrg. I. lim., R. linmlilx. I". Ilzlrnhzlrl, E. Bully. ll. Bar X. Bm-an vw. Xl. l4cc'1ll1'1'. B. liclzm. I.. Bl'l'kll'f. il. Ik-l'ls4'I1L', I livsvlmxl. R. nI2lgl2ll'l'Hl. I, Blzwk. Pmhik. lh'clsmclcl'. Ci. Bl'U1l1ll'igIll. X lhlcko, Nlf liugos. A A Nl. lhllluimky. fi. Bulkn. Nl. f:SIllIl'l'0ll. lf. cil'l'l'2l. X f.I1c-mlm, C.. K.hm'lm:u. I. fillllfllil. l'. fllillf. I.. Colm. B. CUIIIICYS, l'. llunn hX. Hunk. V l.. Cool-X, Nl. Kluuk. Xl. f.UXN'2ll5ll, llsialcr. S. flush. R iutncll. -I. llzncrr, il. llzlnrhn-Iuka, CI. llclmmclm, S. llcI.zuu'y llc'lm'hsi1l. B. Dixon. FRESHM EN R. llulnzulski. B. ljUlllK'l'lN. Y. lluchcrlx, R. DOIHII I Uowiv. l. llruld. E E IHIKIIIS, l'. lllulzxs. llmjkn. lilmcr. l'. lilmul C l'1il'llll'l'. liskcn, Nl. Iiuuls, l'12ll'kilS, IE, l":lwu'll, F04lig,,ln IS. l"L'llUll. df .- .H ,gg-. A . .ff ' 12 - ,M 5 3' f 1' i si ...ada - -f-, . - - .. 'blk 3' A y " 9 1.511 '- f, .,., ff .N-fn , ' ' ' 2 ,K . .L A 1 Sums. , I el? 's : ' Nj . . BHS 1 ik fl: f ...pQQJ . 5 A iii .. 1' i ' Q' " i F ' , Left to right: D. Fetzko, J. Fisher, L. Fisher, A. Ford J. Frzmris. S. Freeborough. A. Freed, C. Fullard, N. Garrity, P. Getsy, C. Giles V. Grclz. K. Groves, J. Hagan. Haky, J. Harry, R. Hawk, E. Hegedus. FIIESIIDIEN I'. Hemminger, G. Heshizer, T. Hilla, R. Hofell, Hollis. P. Hollis. W. Horn, M. Hovan, J. Hreha, F. Hriu, R. Hvasta. R. Hvzlstn. ll. James, J. Janesko, J. A. John, A. Joyce, M. Kalla, CZ. Kalupson. R. Karichko, l'. Kender, J. Kish, L. Klingensmith, Y. Kortnak, R. Kosuda. D. Kracun, D. Kristof, G. Lacey, VV. Ladick, J. Leskanic, J. Lesko. S. Lischner, A. Lloyd, E. Lloyd, T. Long, W. Loper, F .. Lucas. M. A. Luckas, C. Lukac, B. Lusnak, B. Mach, J. Macko, M. Macuga. D. Macldigan, E. Magnus, F. Mangen, M. Margiton, G. Marsh, D. Martin. v I.c-fl lo right: M. Nlzillims, S. NlCc.2llilCl'. j. Nlffiillililf W. McCarthy. N. Mcllcrlnott. ID. Md-'acldcn. IS. Mckcnny. W. McMullen, KZ. Nlihulif, H. Nlikuln Nl. lN1im'hoff. Mislzl. R. Miluk. Ci. Moller. R. Nlorrison, Nl. A. Muha, W Muir, li. Nihcr. l'. Novak, li. OIICSICIX R. 0'Donncll. li. Undo. R. Olsin sky, U. Opsilos. R, Urluk, l.. Pulnik. I.. l'rsolyur. NI. Punt. .L Pingrcc NI. j. l'crhzu'. 1'- Nl. llLll'yg2l. 'l'. l'iugoi'. li. l'iCll'0WSki. G. l'Ul'lC1'. l. Rau-. CI. Rugo. R. Rcnqucsl, D. Rhea, X. Rihar. R. Rinko. IJ. Rogers il. Romig. S. Rusnnk. Nl. Rutter. Il. Snho, R. Salvo. R. Sapp, ll Savolskis. FIIESIIMEN V. Sayko, ll. Scmzm, R. Skorski. li. Slomkzl. I". Smcckcr I. Smiley. il'. Smiley, ll. Smith, R. Smith. S. Smilh. .X. Sokolowski R. Spcrhuc. G. Sllifllllk, li. Spiszlk, Sl. Clair. l'.Slnhl,W.Sla1wiuny S, Sl ickcl. Left to right: F. Sloelmc, M. Slckely, S. 'l'z1ylm', M. 'I'cll mam. C, Tcrrifk. G. 'l'crrifk. I.. Thompson, j. Tichon. S. 'l'mcheniherg, D. lillfill j. Uhler, O. Ullum. FIIESIIDIEN NI. Uplingcr, KI. Vulosik. Cl. Van Kirk, P. Varlcy, M Vcrclm. M. Veselcny. D. Vogt. A. Volcrlizm. 'I'. Vrz1hle,j. Waddell, B. XNz1l1uce CI. Walters. I.. Walters, R. Wamplcr, D. Weber. T. WVcber, W Wesley. E. Weslow. 'l'. Whullcv, CI. W'ilkinson, R. NVinklcr. D. XVoods, R Wydo. U. AYCSYIICIICIIO. N. Zzmolli. Freshman Ahsentees Left lo right: j. Kritko, Daine. 43? TWU ws Gwf,v,,,,- NIATRUNS c:1'sTonuxs lm-il lu llglllf C,ullc'l'. l. Xlml, l.L-Il In llglll. I. Xllalxllrlrllxs. XX. KX'c'h1'c-1. CLXFETERI,-K YVORKERS l1IllUll'III' XI la-In-flmlzz. Ia. Qurgg. ll, lXL'I1llL'l. X. fuflIILll!lI. H.lxllil1llc'l'.ll.lxc'mlzl ,x , lIl'ST0lll.iNS Isll In Il Ill I lx lll1IIIIlII.f . Slmng. ly Slvxvllx X. Xlnhill, R. llmvlvy. lilllxlllllll. XY. RUIDUIINUII 0 ll 1: x I N I z E 1 T I 0 N S 3 MUNlllSKO-EDI'l'0llS Co-Editors .,.. . l,itemry liditrfr... . Copy Eclitnr ...,,., . Ii 115i ness M11 7'lIIg'67' ,..,. .. 'l'ylbi11gliclilnr,., .. lfllgfflffiflg lidimr Sprmxor .. . XLDA IRAN FRANKLIN SYLVIA LADICK CAROLYN BROXVN , Suri :XNN FRAZIER .. ., ,... CAROL GRIM VIVIAN Sc:HLossNAcr:L CQURDUN HALTRR .. Miss Emu: GROA1' 9 QW, my . 1 5 M k A 1 . -Tl'iEf ' ,r Vfwii W g, i .i1:fffifl,,? V - x - 1 N- , f at 2 .- M .,., , , ! ' f f? 7 f ','L ? ..-- les ll V-b. . I4 :Wi ' tg ,. H may . f, .. K .?5j .X,X: Q , A A i V LLLL 1 , -A Q6 . ag. , g . Q? 5 ing: . S .,. - V . H I fr E QM iw f " . K-CW M, W, N 5 .V X : w " X . by , b- , 1 A XF. W I 6 M ff? - - ,Q 5 w 5 0 f , , , . Q if 1, -xl 4, Q ' ' S . k ' P' 1 aw- fix K L -A Sas W. , A Na ,. - x A 39 -X .J K we 'X Q E 1 RR. 2 S. e SK 2 I, Q LA.. ,iv 0, . Q X1 , W I H , 4 J XX A X :RQ K S . ,,, .. p L fu Magi, .Af mi kc, L 7 A wx M K .L F .ws AA 'Q1 L if K ,, V QQL S , L, f"N x fm.. Wvwmww N - MUNHISKO S L ARTISTS l.ci'l lo I'IgIII: SIJIIIKIIIIQ'-N. l.zlliL'Il, lf. Ibm-lx. Row l-II. IIIIIIIII. S. l.:1cliLk.I". Ilzxllus. Row 2-ll. lJuric11,S. Xlcfllu-ul1.lQ. I'IklgL'I'CIll1'II. HI. iiulcy. Run' 35-G. Nizlrsh. I..'l'I1mnl:son. NI. xIllIIlI1lS. Row IAC. I,uc'us. Ii. IJ1'zlgujcxic'I1. NI. Kllmlrzxl. Run' 5-11. I'I2lIISI, IJ. IllL'UgII2llU. Nl. Rvpko, Row 45-I.. NI1lcf1USLL'x,I.. Iiskcn. EDITORS SPORTS STAFF I ' X 'l lu1'igI1l:Silling-.X.Glick. R. CfIlX1lSl2l, Y. Iimmml. X. I,zllicI1. I.CI'I loright:Silling-Ii.O'R0ll1'Lc.X.Il':1111s.IJ. .Inu nding-Ii. Kcnncy. NI, Slzllcr, II. XIZIIILIII. C. Byers. SIIIIIIIIIIQ-XI. SILIIUI1 I.. SIllllIL'I'i. Ll. I,llIIICl'illl. NI. Kumi! II NEWS STAFF FEATURE STAFF 1-Il In IlMIlIf Row I Sllllllg - II. I'1IIllli'l', NI. IIUIISIUII, II. I IUXIKII. I,cIl In I'lgIIIZ Row I-Sxllmg-NI. .X. AKIZIIIIY. K-. I'ulrlc'L, S. Iiums II. Ilanrklm-wx. Nl. Ilurwl. 1-. Slcrik. NI. .X, ifmsaulwly NI. .X. Ilxlmillon, Watkins. Ii, Ifonl. em 2 SIIIIIIK' S. Num, lb. Iklzxlvl, I.. ,ILIIIIINIJL X. l.cxulix. Row 2-Silling-I'. Yl'l'L'IJ. A. I'zlslcx'nzlL, II. Cnihlylv. I'. Srllvm-ll X. Mngwl. Il. Yugi, I. Uulm. 1l.C0lIccIgL'.NI.R.N0lncS. low IS- Slznulillg -I,. Rll'l1Ix2I, II. Slallkowski. Ii. frll'l'll. II, I'0cIm. Row :I-SIZIIIKIIIIIJQ-II. CII1:1sku, Nl. Urris. I. KIIIIIIIIM il. Ruqcls If. Ikznrnlmrl. If ll, Nuwxx. I-I NIi'TIlIl'ISIl'IlI. QI. RIISIIZIIQ. IS. I,. Nlckilmlwn. I', BIIFJJUS, II. 'I'isImn. I'. illalxluu. A I'Illll'lIll'l'. MUN ll ISKO TYPISTS WORKERS dl In lIgIllI Rrm I Silling If.. Kvnm-x, II. Rngc-rs, ll. Nun. I4-Il In righl: .X. iilifk. S. I,il1. -I. lSim'k11w,C1. liuok, R. NI.i1I1xzusI:u rm 2 Slznuling Y. Sclnlmmngvl. In N1'lm'IIn,X'. Iiuwwrl, II. I'1l'2lIII. Jlunhnll High llunlpaigns and . . . STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS lhc student clcctiom in Nlunlizill ire run on at clciimnzttlc' hams. lhc' 1 st ll clerk, hzmtlling thc timninzttiutl peti- ms gimts such 1 pipct to muh . ,, , . . . ,. ,.. ., A 1 ,. 1 1 1 alt-nt wishing to hold am oliliicc. lJlA0X'iiiillg ht- ntziititziim :ni ZIYCIUIQI' ul ' it or over. Ih1- SllICiClll must then. in tht' time zilluttecl, uhtaiin tht- sig'- I .K, , . nzturcs ul 1 ol his 1'l'tw11'1tt's in 1 . -. . 1.. 1 ., malt-1' to liztw his ll1llIH'lH'illIt'li on thc Imllot. Spirited cztlilpzligniiig thvn c':n'1'i1's tlimugh to thc big day. when :ill thc Slll dents gn to thc- mulls :md Ytllt' hx' i sccivt lmllul Im' lillxil' t'h0ic't' ul' tmllltlls . . . Yotvs For Uffia-vrs! FIIEEIILEAIIEIIS P 0 U ll li ll T E 0 A F ll DI Left to right: Row l-J. Colledge. Row 2-S. lVIcCuenn. C. Nuss, E. Kenney. R. Gasper, F. Gemeinhart. LEAIIEIIS FLYII Left to right: Row 1-V. Gretz, L. Cook, R. Dobranski, R. Mizak, C. Rago, L. Thompson, B. Mach, M. Tell- man, C. Terrick, G. Marsh, J. Esken. Row 2-L. Wilson, S. Lilz, S. A. Frazier, C. Thompson, F. Gemeinhart, R. A. Gasper, L. Sedlak, B. Cypher, C. Bishkoff, N. Lalich. Row 3-C. Rogers, J. Franklin, B. Fitz, J. Watkins, A. Wilkinson, M. L. Wampler, E. Mortimer, M. Rutter U. J. Nowry, M. A. Hamilton, J. Pranis, L. Esken. Row 4-B. Palmer, E. Green. A. Brugos. S. Nuss, M. Houston, D. Wise, S. Evans, N. Crisp, L. Janosko, G Hagerduch, N. Lyons. 80 - l'lI0lll xp! -1 Left to right: Row l-Mr. Emmel, H. Prouclfool, J. Stewart. C. Brown, M. M. Ague. C. Bishknff. Row 2-N. Stephens, B. Bingham. R. Mrazik, l.. Maze, N. Forcey. G. Duch. Row 4-F. Martin. P, Arhuckle, l.. Tomko, D. Volinslci, L. Maleshenko. H. Balint. M. Stevens, B. Cherep. Row 4-P. Clayton, M. Gormley. D, Grilwhle. I. Guha, M. Flaherty, E. Stupar. Row 5-A. Kushner. M. Szekely, C. Nusa, D. Swan. Standing-C. Vrzlhle, E. Duro. C. Nluha. M. Axelson. A. Knvulic, M. Kushner, A. Davis. G. Crevar. ullvhvarsing ilu' Fantata " Inns' 1al.l4:l1: rl.l'll Left to right: Sitting-D. Mndzin. R. Gurley. J. Richards, E. Reid. J. Kovach, 1. Kucera, R. Miller. Standing-R. Wilkinson, S. Sum. R. Cusack. G. Halter. M. Kushner. A. Davis, M. Slater. C. Steflco. T. Konis B. Spisak. Director-Mr. Emmel. 81 I v .- Q df! Left to right: R m I-S. Wixe. A. lirugos. I.. Bergquist, A. Siard. G. Ownton, A. Yarkovsky, J. Richards. Row 1-E, Riecl, S. Kremler. li. Simcoe, A, J. Franklin, J. Daly, J. Hakos, Nl. Nluir. K, Nluir. Rusnak Row 3--J. Wfaddell, Cf. Viroatek, F. Vereh, l.. Kameshka, J. Franklin. R. Curley, W. Mowing, C. Uplinger E. Moreno. Row 4-R. Stallard. B. Spiiak. J. Kovach. J. Kucera. R. Miller, R. Mullen, N. Knrlocli. A. Cook, S. Grinberg R. Niehaus. Tha' lhuul Proridvs Jlusiv . . NIXAIORETTES J l Left to right: I.. Puspoki. S. Niernelz. B. Walendziewicz, N. Lalifh. C. Freeborough, A. Yarkovwky. G. Owston, A. Siard. L. Bergquist. 82 .R F I4-ft R n w Rnw Row to right: Row I-Mr, Shnlley. ff. Freehornugh, N. Lallith. B. Walendziewici, S. Niemctv, I.. Puspokl Nl A Atlznns. P. Olen. 2-P, Hollis. G. Halter. G. Nnnm, J. Andreyo, K. Bigda, A. Thompson, M. Uplinger, R. Steiner Nhynl 5--I, Kixh, T. W'l1.utlz-y, A. Porter, M. Sinai, C. Kistler. P. Bennett, I.. R. Clutter. M. I.anynn XX uw 4-T, Holdswurth, R. Houcroft, J. I.:.-lwcdn. Wf. Wesle!'. Al. Farkas, Rottnmn. U. 1. Nowry I Snntt T. Long. . . and Enlvrtainnwni' HAND COUNCIL Left tn riqht: Sitting-Mr. Shalley M. Lanyun. Frank N. Lalirh, K. Bigda. Stamling-Al. Andre-yo, Nl. Sinai. P. H4-Inu-lt. U. Nowry. 83 lin, j. Richards, A. J. Franklin H. Spisnk. GERNIAN l'l.I7ll LATIN I'I.l'Il Left to right: Row l--l. McKnight l. Zorn. E. Smith, L. Bergquist. Row 2-L. Puspolti. J. Muir. V Schlossnagel, C. Bishkoff. Row 5-V. Lengyel. F. Nemeth. N Stephens. M. Price. A. J. Franklin Row 4-W. Natcher, G, Ulassin, J Richards. Kovach. S. Suto. Row 5 -E. Novotnak, R. Brickner W. Cadman. R. Franklin, R. Stu phel. W. Kennedy. Row 6-R. Mullen, R. Reinerth, A Lees. W. King. J. MCGill. R Ramsay. Row 7-C. Virostek. R. Mason, B Spisak, H. Uhler. Row 8-A. Timms, R. Dunmire. K Matthews. G. Semancik. J. Baker H. Doukakis. A. Lebedda, R. Lea ko. G. Hartos. L. Patterson. M Slater. Left Row Row Row Row to right: Row 1-P. Jesko, M. Kundrat. G. Stecik. M. Durst. 2-D. Mastascusa, B. Palmer, H. Szatkowski, D. lncogliato, J. Lutheran. E. Dragojevich, N. Callio, J. Murray, J , Schaff. 5-T. Scheetz. M. Hollston. H. Fetlor. li. Lesko, S. Nusa. S. livnna. L. Janosko. V. Schrecengost. G. Gaskell. 4-G. Hagerdurh, A. Lippay. E. Martin. N. Smart. D. Boyle. D. Blazer. C. Kistler, M. A. Adams. 5-R. Hepps. A. Durst. E. Varhola. W. Ladick, K. Cooper. R. Fetzko, A. Bayak. R. Gogn. E. Albrecht. C. Lindberg. S. vajda. W. Vajda. l l l l l -... ww Wi? SM x 'lla Na vw , 1- tw ,X du le . ' N'-QV -1 jxs, ffl, S is y xA J SA 36. X my iz 'W , .,. M0m5"'M' ,,,..w--'W "MW li in Q-qw, Hn ive? ' m1 " in 54 4.1 ! M ,ASW , 5 Tw. A S . K . .of A- . . sf . fl f V Q - 1 fs? ' as wh E I Q 'L 51 - V ., if "- X .ff ,715 N . ,,. , .V k 5 A M- H6 fy' fl Sv C, lp +5 W 0 if jg 5 rf gg umm Q D uw .igwl-5,53 -I mr 14 fx S A KS f vE3ff v nv. . 5 W "N fav V U W B IHIDI li lil 'IINIISI ITS l'I.l'll Left Row Row ll 0 w Rnw tu right: Row 1-D. Durica, G. Duch. R. Dudas, S. Siefried, R. Mahalousky, E. Allas, A. Malmquist. 2-J. Asson, C. Freeborough, E. Green, D. Mihalchik. H. Veseleny, I. Guba, M. Bodnar, G. Owston. N. Smith, M. Pntnik, C. Malo. F. Madar. D. Schultz, G. Bernard, D. Swanson. 3-D. Hohik. K. O'Toole, L, Brinker, M. Pesta, K. Rohan, L. Vavrek. H. Simko, A. Wolfe, P. Pollard. E. l,ns'r:y. 4-G, Valkn, ff. Pcsolynr, M, A. Tinhon, C. Potosnak, D, Herlwat, H. Thompson. M. Brosey, li. Malone. l.. liergqu Hlln1atn1t'. 5-J. Hoc M. Wit-hal Prnutlfoot. IIALI. int, C, Josephs, M. Kratzenbcrg. B. Cypher, S. Tomko, P. Kascak, V. Bosaert. J. Soltis, J. IU, J. Crisp, M. Wfnmpler, J. Docherty, B. Danko, A. Opsitos, D. Pavusko, M. Schrerengost. mann. S. McCue-an. l.. Wilaon, A. Tomkiewiu, l. Zllnmernmn, D. Durnnko, A. Gerwsuncr, H. l'.Yl'll0I. Left Row Row Row Row Stan to right: Sitting Row 1-A. Glick. D. Gribble, C. Grim, E. Kenney, L. Salopek. 2-D. Durica. D. Rodgers, N. Lalich, C. Muha, S. Andrewa, M. Ague. 5-l.. Sedlnk, M. Merenick. 4-A. J. Franklin, R. Burns. D. Derry. R. Gasper. F. Gemcinhart, S. Mclluean, J. Muir. 5-R. M. Chvnsm. J. Riedy, P. Bnrno, M. Bohiclc, S. Litz. E, Bandik. F. Mnclar. ding-G. Pupik, N. Stephens, l. Cuba, V. Schlossnngel. A. J. Davis, S. Siefried, D. Swanaon, H. Ven-leny I.. Wilsott, A. Kavulic, M. Axelson, M. Wlichelmann, G. Bernard, S. Ladick, C. Brown, E. Stupar, C. Num. li. Martin. S. Gilchrist. C. liishkofl. STAIQIE Iil'lI.Il I.eh m right: T. S4-hurr, R. Franklin. W. Cadmun. R, Brickner, M. Slater. N. P1-anis. S. Suto. llvfnrv Th 0 Play I 'an lla' l'r0s0nt0ll PLAY TIIY-0l"l'S Left to right: M. M. Ague, D. Madzin. E. Kenny, N. Pmnis. V. Schlossnagel. Mies Rush 91 JUNIIIB "A Little IICRRY NIINION Clzlml Grim XLISIRRI IHXRKI-IR SILWCII Sulu CLXROLIN I-I HSCOO Nancy SICIZIICIIS DIXNX NIINI ON Xlifc Qlczm Ilan ix llI'QI.ORI'1S NIIQC-GI.IiII XXI Llalrn Nlulm IUNI KIORNIXK- NIL-Ixin'SI111cl' RULI-IR NIIN I OX Nifk I'rzmE5 FYI-I I YI.IiR I'll'2lllKl'S Iisluk XI XR I'H.X MINI ON fIIl3lI'llI1lIlH' Bisllkofl' Nlrs. SINIXIUXS Kalmlyn Iiruuu 1-RANIIXIA 'IHORNI OX .I1!fIK'NIllIl' lHl'1 SlIRli-SHUI XIXX -luhn linker BXISY PARKIQR qluwc klzmcl N14 Hugh PLAY Honvq 9 'I S" NIIX ION X ,Q ic.,-kg aw? 4qfgi.Q1x 52 .f'Q.M1.0, . "age, Ei gg ru Q ,.,, X ,f M .4 :ff 6 ,.,.5-4 6 .M - . ,, ,, .. 1, 5 ii HW Ill Ill 3 Mi ij ff sf g if 4 .-si:-Liv f 5, 1, Wg fa ,.. , vi 5: .. ,,,. y A sg f ? L, ,X . .5 A ' us. 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Lanyon. fkxfv W'll0Ill.A1VN I'll0'I'0liliAl'llY l7l.l7ll Left to rirht: Row 1-R. A. jonash. E, Ondo. C. Armstrong, j. Waddell. A. Stewart. Row 2-R. Kalupson. W. jackson. H. Peat. bl. Kunna. J. Black. WYQICIIIIMIYYN S'l'l'llliN'l' I'0l 'NCI I. 94 Left to right: Row 1-J. Eb- ner. D. Ridgway. A. Cook A. Lewis. B. Sallinger, K Wilson. C. Kohut. Row 2-E. Churma. D. Rog- ers. J. St. Clair. R. Mur doch. P. Elicker. T. Slater S. Fisher. YYIIIIIILAYYN Y-TEENS I1-lt to right: Row l-G. Morone, T. Ilyns. C. C ld M. Horvath. C. Collins. M. Bingham. fa mam, A. Stewart. M. J, Hriczo. A. Lewis, D. Cndman Row 2-ll, Snllinger, N. Churmn. C. Shellmnn, D. Pntsen. Nl. I.. Best-rock. R. Srott, A. Kirk, W. Hanlun. J Kondiw. M, Yuhnsz. li. Adamiu. J, Steiner. llow 5-R. ,Ionm-h, j. Hamilton, G. Skillpa. P. Miller, A. Cotterell, P. Hunt. B. Welmrer. C. Armstrong. M A. Chilli. IYIICIIIIAKYVN -IUNIUII llllill l'lII'IlElll.li.Klll4IllS Left In right: J. Leskanic, j. Hook, D. Ridgway. V. Roberts, I., Patnik. S. DeLaney. K. Laird. D. Cadmnn. 95 YYUCIIILAYYN STADII' SALIESIWIIEN Left to right: Row 1-M. L. Beserock, B. Shimko, N. Hoover, M. Tisza, J. Benjoik, R. Hale, A. Joyce. Row 2-E. Dowie, M. Yuhasz, E. Kondis. F. Williams. M. Szekely. M. Veseleny. S. McCullough. WVO0IlI.AYvN ll0DlE IIINIDI IIEPIIESENTATIVES Left to right: Row 1-A. Cook, R. O'Donnell, V. Docherty, T. Ilyas. B. J. Hegedus, L. Novak, A. Colterell Row 2-W. Stevens, E. Churma. D. Docherty. K. Nagy. D- Rogers. S. Fisher, R. Riley. 96 IlII'l'A'l'0IlS ln-lt tu right: l., R.ll4.1uskzlS. E. l.al1'ey, ff. Rugs-rs. YYIIIIIILAIVN TIIAYIEI. CLIJII Th oy 'I I Jlurd-ll .Yvxl l 'var l.n-ft to right: Row l-N.4Grem-nhow, B. Groves. Nl, KGIDP. S. Czysturh, J. Kloggy, Blanks, B, Vinay, R. Halle, 5. Trautman. C. Born. Row 2-A. Ramsey, .I. Nlnrko, W. Shields, C. Zarelnbn. j. Davis, J. Hemminger, I.. Redshnw, R. Kzlufulml. S. lfisher, D. Martin, W. Cuttlvr. J. Bnlint. J. Ferron. Row 5-P. Franfis, E. Kondis. ,l, Willis, R. Knight, j. Bugel, E. 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Hric7o, M. Lanyon, P. Hunt, J. Steiner, D. Ridgway, B. Sallinger M. L. Beserock. J. Hamilton. Row 3-M. Behun, C. Stahl, F. Saracco, P. Elicker, J. Hooper, J. Matthews, R. Martin. J. Andreyo, B. Wein burger. G. Gavlak, K. Nagy. W. Varley. W. Steiner. J. Rock. D. Waxlter:-. A. Wargo. C. Cadman. 1Yll0lILAWYN .ll'Nl0ll l'll0lll Left Row Row Row Row Row to right: Row 1-S. Trautman, J. Redic, S. Mulligun, E. Blasko, T. Banyas, A. Ramsey. J. Balint, W Holdsworth, R. Hale, M. Adams, P. Goldstrohm. J. Junn. P. Obester. 2-F. Jeffery, J. James, E. Taylor, N. Warton. R. Stein. B. J. Angelone, R. Banyas, J. Benjock. J. Bello witz, J. Kuzrna, T. Ilyas, L. Sanka, N. Zanotti, F. Stobe, L. Scholter. S. Freeborough, E. Ondo, E. Obester J. Bretsnyder. 5-M. C. Bloomer, l.. Schultz, J. Stiver, B. Vinay, J. Hook, N. Turocy, B. Shimko. B. DeBoth, M. Oberlin N. Warton, A. Joyce. 4- S. Delaney, C. DeLandro, Tierney, L. Clutter, M. Kalla, N. 5-L. Andreyo, L. Newman, C. Lloyd, J. Waddell, C. Walters. 6--P. Schwamberger, I. Drozd. Brain, E. Walters, S. Taylor, G. A. Cook. J. Clever, B. Groves. N. Rhea, R. Martin, P. Boytim, M. Nlantia, M. I. McDermott. A. M. Hernlanik. Giles, M. Szekefy, V. Docherty, N. Hoover, T. Hollis, L. Patnik, B. J J. Kish, B. Blnsko, D. Savolskis, D. Kracun, D. Rhea, R. Morrison, J Broadright, J. Smily, D. Doran, B. Dixon, J. Hemminger, B. Docherty 1OO '15 , X, Lag. s :nf fi ws, R fs D 8 rg. w, S I' 0 li T S 'YYY Left right Row 1 Smith E, Moskal. D. Mezinze, T. Meister. D. Rogers J Chulma P Rock Row S Storer A 7war1ch N Bracco. F. Wampler, W. Freshwater. R. Cowen K Rowell R Leech Row G Gaca M White J Zanos. L. Stagon, J. Dorcak, P. Blazer, T. Green H Deshong Row C Luca P Waschak R. Kermeycr. E. Dufek, R. Endres. M. Catena D Mastaacuaa T McCax-ter xrllllll Xhmh Xfllllll Nlunh Nluxxh Nluuh Hunh Xlunhall xlllllllll SCORES lhmvnlsx illc VIQZIYIOIHXllilCl'llil'C Stull Ih'zuldm'k Clluirlon 'l'u1'llc Kircm-lx Penn lhlqucsm- Har-llraxck STAIITINII LINEIYI' Left to right: Row 1-R. Leech, R. Cowen, L. Stagon, S. Storer, W, Freshwater, A. Zwarich. M. White. Row 2-F. Wampler, K. Rowell, G. Gaca, N. Bracco. Ifollowing a l95I unbeaten season in regu- larly scheduled games, the Indians of I952 were given little chance to equal the previous year's record. Eight replacements had to be found for the positions vacated by graduating seniors. When the first game arrived, Munhall was host to a powerful Brownsville eleven. After the smoke had cleared, Munhall had met and won its first test-I2 to 9, with Bracco scoring twice, once from the nine and once from the I2. The second game found Munhall pitted against a determined 'I'aylor-Allderdice team. Bracco scored first on a two yard smash, and later on a danling punt return. Blazer con- verted twice to make it l-I to 7. Munhall. Munhall played its third game at Scott where they defeated the Purple Raiders I2 lo 7. Gaca scored first on a one yard plunge, while Iiracco scored the final tally on a 59 yard jaunt. Returning home with a three game win- ning streak, the Indians were host to the Brad- dock Tigers. The Indians ran roughshod over the Tigers blanking them 23 to 0. l'Vampler scored twice, Iiracco tallied once, and Blazer converted three times which, combined with a safety, gave Munhall its margin. 105 ln their lifth game, Munhall, in an under' dog role, rose to its full height by defeating the Clairton Bears to I-I. Caca's passes. one to Wlhite and one to Zanos, counted for two scores, while IVampler tallied twice, Bracco once, and Blazer connected five out of five to account for the scoring. Bidding for their sixth straight victory the lXlunhalI eleven suffered its initial loss at the hands of Turtle CreekM2l to I9. Gaca passed for two touchdowns to Mel I'Vhite and tallied once from the I yard stripe to account for the Indians scoring. In the final home game the Indians de- feated Penn 20 to I3 on touchdowns by NVampler, Zanos, and Bracco and conversions by Blazer. In the game that eventually proved to clinch the Steel Valley Title for the Indians. Munhall defeated the highly favored Du- quesne "Dukes," I9 to 7. XVampIer and Gaca each tallied once and a Gaca to Bracco pass accounted for Munhall scoring. In the final game of the year the Indians were defeated by troublesome Har-Brack in a bitterly contested game l-I to 7. This brought to a close the '52 season for the Munhall High Indians with an amazing record of 7 wins, 2 losses and the Steel Valley Conference Championship tucked away. Left to right: R. Cowen. B. Freshwater. F. Wampler. M. White. SEN IIIBS NIEI. XVHI'l'I-I-great, pass-czilcliiiig encl: liunclln-5 printing cllorcs very well: clelensiw slzllwzlrl. FLOYD XV,-Xxlpl,ER-Y'C'fJ-C'2llDl1llllQ liurcl running lnzlfkl sixty-minulc' mam: morale lmosln-1' and spirit builder. l5ll.l. FRESHXV.-YI'ER-co-cuptuin: 0lIlSl2lllCllIlg ul'l'cnsix'e renter: good lim-bzickerg jarring blocker. ROY COXVEN-ol'l'cnsivc lzacklc: great blocker: mic ol' the key men in thc olleilsivc unit. CHARLES l,llC.-XS-plziyvcl lmlli nlclensiwe :incl nllcnsivcl good blocker. V l.EUNARlJ S'l'.XCON4ollic-nsixe zmcl clelfiisivc tackle: bone crusli- ing' lzicklcri laulwznrk cle-liciisivc line. C. Lucas L. Stagon 106 ll'NI0ll llllill l"00'l'Il-lI.I. TEADI l.1-ft In right: Row I--J. lVlcC:nrKhy, G. Proud, J. Farkas, W. Vogt, R. Thomas, C. White, W. Willialuls, A Yalckovich, Rall. Row 1-H, Orria, B. Wallace, E, Lucas, I.. Race, R. Nlagnus. R, Wallmpler, T. Hemminger, P. Varley, B. Bnrlek D. McFadden. Row 3-R. Fleming, R. Winkler, Spisak, M. Vereb, E. Repka, St. Clair, F. Smecker, D. Nladdigan C. Kuhn, Row 4-J. Cloonam, R, Stevens, R. Blzxsko, J. Churba, R, Mitrik, A. Bucko, D. Furla, M. Mnrgiton, J. Bugel I.. I.umn. COACHES SCORES Xllmhzlll Ill Cilauslmll li Xlllllllilll fi Iwo. lvlwlllllgllill U Xlunllzlll T ll2llfl2nl'2ll'lx U Nlunlmll T -li'Zllllli'llC I2 Xlunlmll IIS Cllgnirlmm flfl Xlunllzlll H lhzulmlmk S Mr. Curry, Mr. Markley 107 COACHES Mr, Shim-ing, Mr. O'Roux-ke VA IISITY BASKETBALL 4 xlllllll' H7 Suullx High Nlllllhl I9 Rankin Nlunhz lf! SM'iSSX2llC xllllllli til lSl'zulmlm'k TXIHIIIIZ lili Stoll Nlunh. 32 vI'lll'llf.' firm ll.C2lglIl'fQ1llIlCS, xlllllh ll Xlrkccwport Nlunh 56 Baldwin Hunh I3 l'I0111cslc-ml NILIIIII Eli Bclhcl xlllllll 63 llllllllflilll' Nlunh 70 llluirlon Nlunh Bl Brcnlxmml Xlunlx lil Nlckccsporl Nlllllll I2 liuldwin Nlunh 33 llullmcslczlcl xflllihilll lil liullucl Xllm!1.1lI 62 l,llClllL'SllC Nlllllll 139 f.l2lil'lUIl Nlunlmll 60 lircnlwumi IU ll! hfl 39 7:4 BI 53 31 58 31 GH tiff 75 IJ H3 H2 152 74 HU 67 Left to right: Row 1-G. Gaca, M. White, G. Boger, B. Freshwater. P. Waschak. Row 2-J. Zanos, P. Suhoza. S. Grinberg, J. Carney, R. Adams. Absent when picture was taken: R. Ramsay 108 ll IESEII YE IIASK IETIIA I.l. Left In right: Row I--R. Gogn, W. jaflcs-on, Matthews, D. Restauri. F. Saracco, R. Nlikuln. Row 2-Conch. Mr. Kfviel. J. Kolesar, K, Rowell. R, Nlurdnch, E. Dufek, K. Nagy. .ll'Nl0Il II Ilill llASKl'I'l'llAl.l. l.eft to right: Row l-R. Fleming, E. Lucas, R. W'inkler, E. Pido, W. Lopcr, N. Beavers, T. Long, T. Slater E. Rall. Row 2-H. Ornv, manager, F. Smecker, j. Fund, R. Magnus, L. Race. T. Hemrninger, P. Vnrley. B. Bartek R. Knlupsun, W. Mclfnddin. nranngur. 109 Y wff w sfwf ww - s, - X ,- VJ Q.-ff X wm- .ri ,ff I l"l.li TEANI Left to right: Row 1-N. Smith, G. Patrick. S. Andrews, E. Stupar, C. Uplinger, D. Rogers. N, Lnlich. J. Stewart, Garland. Row 2-A. Wi!kinson. C, Rogers. P. Vereb, P. Hunt, R. Solman, L. Smulek. R, Moynan. E. Adamitz, G. Stecik. I.. McKxbben. COACHES Coachea: Mr. jenkins. Miss Cantwell. Mr. Wilson Nlunhull Xlunlmll XIllllIl1lii Nillllilllii Xlunhull xillllililii WUI! III7 IU.: IIIII 700 700 SCORES Curzulpol is IN .Xspillwnll ISII Nlillxalli' IU, Nll. I.l'IHlIlUlI IS lulnu ISIS Oalklmml ISII XVII ESTLINCE SQI 7.1 ll Left to right: Row 1-E. Szanfa, D. Seaman. Varholn, P. Bennett, Novack. T. Scheetz, Daly, T. l-Ioldsworth. manager. Row 2-R. Heppal. H. Miklxla. L. Cook, E. Harklcss, R. Svekely. C. Fa7io. j. Durica, W. Steiner, J. Moxmick. manager. Row 3-J. Nlurray, J. Rock, R. Wilkinson, L. Patterson. G. Ulassin, T. Lucey, F. Wazuxpler. P. Blxwer. T. Green B. Ladick. manager. SCORES F-illllililil I0 -Il'1lIlllL'IlL' Nillllilllii fit! xYLINlll'NiJllIig 13 Xlunhnll QU liinily 27 xillilililii 29 Sil2liL'l lh Nillllililli IH Mis! Yicn ll Xlllllilklli F525 Shzulx Simlc II Nlllllllllll 23 K-crmzm lowmliip 22 Xillllildll 17 cil'1'Cl!hi7lIl'g 153 xillllilllii 23 l.:1lu-ulw ISI Nlllllllxlll I5 Klulmlxwlnnrg SHI xlllllllilli 39 W4-Sl Yivxx Il Nllmllzlll TH Slmzuly Sislu Ill xlllllilllll I 1 Shnlcr Qs Nillllllilll INS lionmmnl I1 XX .l'.l..X.l..- 5Cl'llUIl .X-XX VCSIIIIIQ I our I nzmlcnl: licorgm- l'l1lssi11. Piillfli Nu. lhmlr Sli-km-ly, lJi2lll'4i No.1 SEN IORS AN IJ COACH Front-F. Wanxpler. G. Ulassin. Back-J. Durira. R. Wilkinson. Mr. DeAugustinn, R. S7ekely. I.. Patterson 112 COACH Mr. Kliskey Nlunlmll Nlunlmll xlllllllilll xlllllllllll xlllllllilll xlllllllilll YA IISITY IIASEIIA Ll. SCORES Nln l-iccspurl Clzlirlun lhlqucsm' Nlc'Kccspm'l lluquvsm- Ciluirlon Left to right: Row 1-J. Leslcanic. J. Smith, G. Boger, R. Graham, J Saracco A Durst Row 2-K. Rowell. J. Jacko, J. Gillooly, C. Lucas, W. Natcher, L. Orosz E Moskal R Healey manager Row 3-W. Freshwater. R. McCullough, T. Price, H. Healey, J. Zavodnlck G Gaca M White D Kish l.. Maguire. 113 PATRUN S RUTH'S MILLINERY MOxLEY'S DRUG STORE RAY'S MEN'S WEAR DANIEL FILO OLSAvIcK'S SUPER MARKET . CHEKED DAIRY STORE PARK SUPER MARKET KOHUT'S MARKET A. K. LEWIS, M.D. RALPH M. MILLER, D.D.S. A FRIEND JOHN R. FOSTER, D.D.S. H. A. SARON, D.D.S. E. A. PEEIFFER, D.D.S. M. L. LINCOFF, O.D. SAMUEL LEWIS, D.D.S. EVANS DAIRY Sinfc IEIUI H O M ESTEA IJ DIS'I'RICIT'S ONLY MILK PLANT HO. I-0983 921 Eighth Avcnuc Munha Il, Pa. SALLY SAGE SHOPPE HOSIERY LINGERIE MILLINERY 228 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pu. ENGRAVI RS STATIOYI RS SKLHUOI. 'ENVI-1I.IiRS COMMEINII IXIFNT INVITAIIONS Julius L. Steinsapir Established I887 245 FOURTH AVENUE NIXON BLDG., PITTSHURGI-I, PA. Makers of Muiilizlll High SchOOI'S LIOIIIIIICIICCIIICIIIQ Invitations :md Diplomas AT. I-5878 114 CONCR.YI'UL.,X'IAlUNS To thc' Class ol' N53 WE APPRECIATE THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING THE STUDENTS OF THE MUNHALL SCHOOLS Meadoxv Gold Dairy Producgs Meadow Gold Dairies, Inc. l26 DENNISTON AVENUE l'IT'l'SBURGH li, PA. For home delivvry cull HI. I-5000 115 GILLEN AND COULTER CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS lhis home is mlecliealeml to the memory ol' those who, in Eternal sleep. repose herein. antl is for the use and comfort of relatixes and friends. with no extra charge. 3111 East Ninth Avenue HO. 1-41011 Homestead, Pa. fionzjzlinzrzzts of ALEXANDER'S SUPER MARKETS Honlesteacl - Bracldofk Duquesne ANDERSON'S Cin I ll ing-Hu ls-S li oes F532 East Eighth Avenue HO. I-28211 Honlesteacl, P El. J Sc 1 DAIRY Corner 13th and McClure Homestead, Pa. " Wllere all llle 'l'1'em1gers Meet" ROBBINS SHOP "lJixtir1r'li1f1' I.1111i1f.r' ,-1jJprlrr'l" Leona Theatre Bldg. Hoinestead, Pa. Phone: HO. 1-0348 820 Ann Street H JONES 8a MCCLURE NOTARY PUBLIC 1Nsl1kANc:i'.orAi.l. Kixus Rmi. Es1'ATi: AND Rr1N'rlNo S1-:Rv1c:r1 onrestead, Pa. Office: HO. 1-5500-01-02 Since 1899 lt's Been BOOK'S SHOES U FRIEDLANDER'S "For The EIIHTI' Family" I. IW I. I-A I 'rn' 'ns :mm 'nts 221 East Eighth Ave. Homestead, Pa 116 SHERMAN'S PHARMACY ?44l7 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. HO. l-l2ltl PRONIPT FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PARK BEAUTY SHOP 3903 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. C01WPI,liTIf Blf.-l U Tl" SERVICE Phone: HO. l-7066 LEVINE BROS. HARIJXVARE lIun11'.s'lc'11fl'.s liusiffsl Slow F52'l East Eighth Avenue l'l0lllCSlC2lll, Pa. Your Frigidaire Dealer HO. l-3300 WHETSTONES FLOWER SHOP Flowers For A Il Ormsions Weddings Om' .Specialty 815 Amity Street Homestead, Pa. Phones: HO. I-4006 Res. HO. l-6639 FAMOUS CANDY COMPANY wHol,1is.x1.ERs 504 East Eighth Avenue l'l0lllCSlCilll, Pa. Open livezzings by Appointment Phone: HO. l-l225 R U B E N ' S FURNITURE and APPLIANCES 312 East Eighth Avenue Homesteatl, Pa. flmlzplinzerllx of HARRY'S CLOTHES SHOP 2 I0 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. l Save to complete your education. 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. l-8433-HO. l-8434 117 GORDON Sc JACOBSON CHRYSLER--PI.YMOU'I'H 5540--14 Eighth .Xvt-nuc Nlunhzxll, Pu. Phone: HO. I-3600 SMITTY'S Boys' Sizes to I8 Girls' Sizes including Sub-teens 1 2357 E. Eighth Ave. Hon cstcad, Pa Phone: HO. l-8811 Telcplionc: HOn1estczul lr l 423 LINCOFFS Crmlil 'll'7Ul'1f'l'S Compliments of JOSEPH A. PROKOPOVITSH FUNERAL DIRECTOR .'iIlI1IIIlIlIll'!? Service .i1'lu'm1l'iRS and OPiliKiI'xNS Alfll Ninth .Xvenuc Munhzill, P11 140 Ii. Eighth Avo. Homestead, l HO. l-2267 SOLOMON'S Hon1cstead's Best Store For Men Clmgm,HINHOHX Eighth Avenue at McClure Struct LEONA THEATRE Honicstczicl, Pu. HO. l-1566 KERR 84: INGRAM HOMESTEAD LUMBER and MILLWORK LINCQLNJVIERCURY, Ing, Doors, Roofing, Flooring, Insulation K , W , Materials, SIO1'lll Doors and Windows ll' EEN Sevcmh Avenue Building and Industrial Lumber Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. I-0900 lOl X'Vcst Seventh Aveiiuc HO. l-6700 118 GEORGE T. DAVIS General Contractor and Home Builder HOMIESI I'-XD PARK LX. HO I f8l 7 W. Vvilson A Harold H. Stephens BUILDING CONTRACTOR REGISTERED PLUMBER HO. I-3289 119 WELDON'S PHARMACY AIAMI-is li. XV1",I.lJON, P11.G., 15.S. 3502 Main Street Phone: HO. 1-3188 Homestead Park, Pa. COXK SRA TUIA TIONS To the Class of 1053 GRACE WILLIAMS CON FECTIONERY Meet your Friends at a Friendly Store 41 17 Main Street HO. I-0151 Homestead Park HILDA JOHNSON STYLE SHOPPE Visit Your Home Slore and See 0111' Cou1j91eteNe1v Line 0fSf311f?.S' INFAN'rs'. LAn1r:s,. BoYs', ze 1N'11'1N,S WIALAR 4004 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. HO. 2-1337 CONGRA'I'Ul,14 TIONS CLASS OI" 1053 LOU BLATTNER, JR. Your Friendly MO BILGAS DEALER Homestead Park HAROLD D. CRAFT .1113 lw:1.r:R 3313 Main Street Homestead Park Munhall, Pennsylvania Gzmranteed Walrh Repairing' Giflx - r4f2f1li11m'e.s' HO. 1-3313 BLACK AND WHITE MARKET FRANK IIAMIIIH, Proprietor 3414 Main Street HO. 1-1044 Homestead Park, Pa. PE.TER'S FILLING STATION 4001 Main Street Trailers For Rent Business: HO. I-9243 Home: 1-10. 1-2724 PARK SHOE REPAIR 3410 Main Street Homestead Park, Pa. NIIIIHAPZI. -I. C1-ZRRA, Proprietor 120 HAHN 8z SKYRMES, Inc. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 803 AMITY STREET HOMESTEAD, I X HOmc-stead l--4441 HAMILTON HILLS fLOC2llCll in the Hcart of Homestead Parkj and IRWINDALE flnczllecl in Lincoln Placcj Bnlll Plum' ozumfl and developed by HAHN 8: SKYRMES, Inc. 803 AMITY S'I'REE'1' HOMES'1 END PA HO. l-444--1 121 Cunzplivrzerzts of Hugh M. Ririe Complete PRINTING SERVICE Cmnplimenzis' of NELLIE C. MCSHANE Tux Collector, Munhall PARK DAIRY ICE CREAM-SANDVVICH ES DAIRY PRODUCTS ?l9l2 Main St. Homcstcacl Park, P Phone: HfJlIlCSIC2lll l-0971 HO. l-9324 CONGRA TULA TIONS CLASS l95?5 FLOWERS AND GIFTS Robert Haber IJeror1rlim1.s' and Iflozuers For All Ormsirms WIRING CONTRACTOR 3905 MAIN STREET HOMESTEAD PARK, PA. Honlestezul Park, Pennsylvania HO. l-7188 I-IO. l-0693 122 When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build Them Homestead Buick Company 221 EAS' HO. I-IOI 7 NlN'I'H .XVENIIIQ H1 JM ESTEAD, PA. C. C. DAVIS PLUMBING and HEATING New Installations and Repairs on PLUMBING AND HEATING ' EQUIPMENT Sc-rvifc on Aulonmtic' Heat Comroller 1034 BRIERLY LANE HOMESTEAD PARK, PA. Phone: HO. I-41015 S U R M A N ' S E1,Ec:'1'R1c:.-xl, ,x1'PL1ANc:Es Vacuum Sweepers, Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators 3614 Main Street HO. I-9890 Homestead Park, Pa CONGILJ TUl.,AI TIONS to the Class of 1953 PARK THEATRE 123 orbettfs harmacy R. C.. c.0RlSl'.l 1. PHIL 11004 MAIN S'l'RliE'I' HOMES'l'li.-X11 P.-XRK. IPX. Phone: HO. I- I 776 AX lJl'CSCI'iIJKiOll drug store ctoncernul with glllllilillg' thc health and serving the nvcds ol' good neighlmrs in il lim- community. 124 PORKY CHED ICK THE BOSS Spins Em 860011 Your Dial WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA'S TOP SHOW IS SETTING NEW RECORDS WITH RECORDS POPULAR Pl.A'I"I'ERS-Interspersed XVith Breezy Comments By GENIAI. PORKY CHEDXVICK Your Dzuldio On The Radio TD THE Buss X-,ff V cHEuw1cK GEN X 125 IJESOTO - PLYMOUTH M. R. BRETSNYDER Sales-301 XVest Eighth Avenue XVest Homestead, Pa. Service-477 XVest Seventh Avenue XVest Homestead, Pa. Phone: HO. I-3800 HI-HAT HAT CLEANING SHOP CIOFIICI' Eighth Avenue and Ann Street H omestead, Pu. IVR glmrrnriee o1m'zum'k to be equal I0 the best HfJlIlCSIl'2lKl l-8400 ANN STREET RADIO 812 Ann Street Homestead, Pa. DAWN DONUTS "'1'Hl'fR1i'S A IJIFFEHICNCEU HO. I-6045 Hes! Wislles to lhe CLASS OF 1953 -For- H11 pjvi m's.s' and S1II'l't".S'.9 Geo. M. Hall, Inc. "DO IT XVITH XNOODH I35 XVest Seventh Avenue Homestead, Pu. Phone: HO. IAI 168 Compliments of Councilman A. W. BERGER 126 AUTENREITH'S DOLLAR STORES 36349 East Eighth ."xVl'llllK' llonicstcutl, Pu. HOMESTEAD PAINT AND GLASS CO. 518 East Eighth Avenue Honicstczul, Pu. Phone: HO. I-H73 4 H Sc H RESTAURANT 3426 East Eighth Avenue Hmncstezul, Pu. "fin irlwnl plan' In dine" SALES CLARK CHEVROLET SE RVICLE 24135 XVest Eighth Avenue HO. I-2727 Homcsteutl, P il CARLTON MEN'S SHOP F435 East Eighth .XVCIIUC Homcstcztd, Pat. HO. l-6268 HYMAN'S LADIES' WEAR You .-ln' Riglfl Will: Sf Jrzi 'f.Wl'l'Ill' .Xt HYMAN'S 203 East Eighth Avenuc Phone: HO. I-1010 Homestead, P Zi AMOS SUPER MARKET POULTRY STORE "Tim Slow' Tlml Quality Builf' HO. I-3334 MARGOLIS JEWELERS 127 COXGRA TUl..4'1'ICLX'S Lu the Class ol' H153 KATILIUS JEWELRY H O. 141930 lewelry I'fIf'1'trim1 Albf7IflllII'ES HO. Corrzplirzzwlls of FREDERICK'S SUPER MARKET Quality MEATS and GROCERIES 2126 XVhitakc1' XVz1y l-2266 xvhitklkkfl HILK'S FURNITURE Your Hmm' Slmulzl fllllllf' Ifirsl 320 Eighth .Xvcnuc Homestead, Pu. Vl.L'lCllllOl1l'I HO. I-2228 BEERZIE'S MARKET -100 XVhitakc-r Street XVhitaker, Pa. Blclfkxllc .XR14:Nn,xsH. Proprietor BUSES AVAILABLE For Group or Party Service FOR PICNICS, BASEBALL TEAMS, LODGES OR SPECIAL OCCASIONS CALL BAMFORD BROTHERS HO. 1-222-1 128 - Congratulations .... MUNHALL CLASS OF 1953 Wilkens jewelry Company I sponsors of WILKENS AMATEUR HoUR and MWILKENS E. Z. C. RANCH GANGN headquarters for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE ON E-Z CREDV1 EIGH FH AVILINUE AND ANN SIREET HOMESTILAD PA Ih HO 2 1888 Phones: HU. I-EMSI or HU. l-AMIO IVIUNHALI.. PACKING C0 805 Ravine Street Munhall, Pu. MEYER I. GRINBERC Hom 1' A pplia nees Hm1.sezu11r'e.s - l'fle1'frir'al Supplies 2I7-2l9 Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. ORRIS DAIRY STORE l I3 XVhitz1ker Street XVl1itziker, Pa. Cfm1j1lel1'I.ir11': Dairy Products, Sandwiches, Sodas and Sundaes, Cold Cuts, Magazines, Groceries Home of 1"rlshim1 BONNIE FROCKS 229 East Eighth Avenue HO. I-3228 Homestead, Pa VICTOR'S SHOE STORE HOMESTEAIYS LARGEST SHOE STORE 3115 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pu. HO. I-1389 JARROYV- SH I RTS, TIES, UNDERWEAR SOL'S MEN'S WEAR Eighth at Amity Phone: HO. I-1385 MARKS BROTHERS . . . PRINTERS . . . Munhall, Pa. The Library nearest to you is your Library VISIT TI-IE CARNEGIE LIBRARY OF HOMESTEAD 5l0 Tenth Avenue Munhall, Pa Call: HO. 2-3444 130 J lffvcleticl Qorzegi cflrcAifccl El I 135 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PA. 131 The Big Day in 1953! WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 Munhall Schools Picnic ill NYXVOOD "The fV1lff0I'I,S f1V6llff'Sf Pirnif' PIITIYU '1'oday's Improved Pittsburgh Paints are the Finest Your Money Can Buy P ITT S B U IRG H PLATE GLASS coMPANY 308 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE HOMESTEAD, PENNSYLVANIA Phone: H O. I-0686 C07lg'Hlflllllfi0l'l.S and lies! Wishes CLASS OF '53 Jldf Bm. FURNITURE.. .APPAREL HO. 1-0800 132 Grace XVzilkvr Shoes for N'Vomcn Curtis X: Alohn CI. Roberts Shocs for Men Red Goose Shot-s for Boys and Girls POST SHOES Ifoolzvrfrft' for Ihf' Iiniiwf Flllllflj' X'Rny Fitting SOI, POST F522 East Eighth Avcnuc Phono: HO. I-8200 Homt-stczul, Pa. NIASLEY'S FLOWER SHOP Corner Eighth Avo. and Dixon St. Munhztll, Pa. Call HO. l-0019 fall hoursj llkvlrlilzg and I"um'ml A-I t'1'r:ngzf1r1w1ls C!ll'.S'Ilg6.8' and Planls HOMESTEAD PONTIAC CO. 221 NVcst Eighth Avenue Hoinestezul, Psi. Since H395 MORRIS GRINBERGS XVOMEN and CHILDREN FASHIONS F509 East Eighth Avenue 'l't'lephonc: HO. I-0060 HO. I-2121 Toohey Motor Company Sales and Service 'J 1-H2 EAST EIGHTH AVENUE H OM ESTEAD, PA. Phonc: HO. 2-0600 133 CmI1pli1IIf'I'It,s of MUNHALL P. T. A. WILLIAM T. FRANKS ,-lgenl Anzmernmn ClermeI's Home Appliances Radio and Television Sales and Service Allllly Street Homestead, Call HO. I-9520 P CUIll17llIlI!'llf.Y of MUNHALL VARSITY CLUB PELGER'S Eiglnec-IItlI and Maple HO. I-9297 "ll'f'.w'1Ir1 lilflrf of I'l'f1'liYfllII1gH Thi? IIoIIcE ANI: PLYMOUTH UIIiveI'sity of Pittsburgh DODGE TRUCKS C ARTS 0 SCIENCES ENGINEERING BUSINESS 'IIQAQIHING WRITING AND IOURNALISM 1 ' A NIEDICINE Fl rl-Boro Motor Lo. LAW . ,, DENTISTRY 511 Mkst hlglllll Avenue SOCIAL WORK XVest Homestead, Pa. PHARMACY NURSING PUBLIC: HEALTH , MAX ROIIKILY, Manager For llll-Ol'lll2lllOll, .Address the Registrzu' Phone: HO. 2-3300 134 TAUBER'S MARKET I-100 Andrew Street O Meats - Frozen Foods Fruits and Vegetables O H Omestead I -322 I CUSS MARKET Ul'1l1I'flIllIlIfJVH COMPLETE FOOD MARKET I4l0 McClure St. Homestead, Pa Phones: HO. H5 H7-HO, I 148 TRI-BORO TAXI AND AMBULANCE COMPANY For Quick 'I'ztxi Service 24-Hour Service Day and Night Homestead, Pat. HO. I-800 0 GEORGE SMOLEY INSURANCE R wil lit In I 1'-M ortgnges Renls CUHHl'ff'll--.VUIIITy Ptlblir' 5l8 East Eighth Avenue MunhztII,P:1. Phones: HO. I-ITIS Res. HO. I-31955 WILLIAM DOUGLAS INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC I'IOMES'I'E.-XD PARK UNITED CANDY SHOPPES llelieirms Homemade C,4.VlIl1iS AND ICF CREAM ItlfNCIIliONIi'I"I'I'I AND Fo1wNTAtN S1-:kvterz 230 E. Eighth Ave. Homestead, Pu. 730 Braddock Ave. Braddock, Pa. Also available ut RADIO CENTER SIVEET SHOPPE 135 STACER ELECTRIC REGISTERED ELECTRICIANS Sales and Servirz' XVestinghouse and R.C.A. Televisions Hotpoint Applizmees l?v3 East Eighth Ave. Homestead, Pa Phone: HO. I-7003 ANN'S FLOWER SHOP ANN BIYNTING, Proprietor I36 East Eighth Avenue HO. l-E024 Homestead, Pa. Cmlzplizrzerzix of REDSHAW MEN'S WEAR Phone: HO. 2-1100 H57 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa. CINDERELLA SHOE SHOPPE SMART Suoris mm WoMi1N Exc1l.l1slvr11.v Leona Theatre Building 236-238 East Eighth Avenue "Say if will! flowers" 'I'he Gift With A Soul ELICKER AND STRONG 328 East Eighth Avenue . I-I":' H -1 l, P2 Phone: HO. l-I444 Homestead, Pa. HO H 1 Onlutuc I .W ,V Q , u WOLFSON DRur.s l'Rrlsc,R11-1 1oNs Your Clon11nunity's Favorite COMMUNITY PHARMACY IFWELFR . PROFESSIONAL fill Work Ihme on PTFll1l.Yf?S PHARMACZISTS 207 East Eighth Avenue HO. I-3442 SI5 Ann Street phone' HO I-1500 FRED'S SPORTS WEAR Crnnplirllenis of MR. LAIRD BURGESS OF MUNHAL1, We acknowledge the valuable help of-Mr. Charles, HILL STUDIOQ Mr. McWilliams, JAHN AND OLLIERg Mr. Rugh, GENERAL PRESS. r ,. 4 a u J 21 'e ip 2 1: :T va w E w 7 S nu E 5 V.. 2' 5 5, Si 55 as 2 as 5 EE TC 3. E 5? 3 ? X- fi bf 3' 2 if vi 92 ie fl 3 I-G 25 E 5 4 5: YQ 22 5 5 R I? f -1 fs .-s 1 1 5 'rf 'E F HE E 5 F :Q ,- L-4 E5 E 5 M1 Q ,, ' '


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