Nanticoke High School - Nannual Yearbook (Nanticoke, PA)

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Class Colors 1 IUI md W111 ll Class Flower VIOLI T Semor Class Offlcers Qeated fleft to Ylghtl Izltd Stxmer Vlce Presldent Irene Chrzan becre tary Standing fleft to rlghtl Charles Sullm xan Treasure! l ugene Fax 1"lQl1 lre ldent Class Song of 48 fTune After Graduatxon Dax? P1 omlse that We ll face the flltllle W1th a healt for any fate And although ou1 paths may Wande1 The class we ll cher1sh IS 48 Wlth the cou1 age of the fealless And w1th falth and hope and lox e We Wlll Sgt11V9 to meet tomouow Wlth all the blesslngs of God aboxe May ou1 healts be kept allxe wlth Pleasant dleams of old Nantlcoke H1gh And all the memoues of school days W1ll bnng Joy and p61ll3pS a s1gh And ln all thmgs small O1 g1eat As We hon01 tl uth and f1eed0m Let s hold ou1 class lugh deal 48 Words bw EDN -X SABOL 'U le' .uhh- I A A C A C n ' 'i Q I 2 1 - 5 , - lj' .gg ,.,'x,15- I 1 4 y u Y . . , 1 ' 7 - Y ! ' ' K5 77 . 1 1 y . . 7 u a , I - Q . , .. , 1 1 Y . Y . . " ' . 4 " In the course of life's great journey, . . , Us gg' gl ' ' f lzll lfi-Fl. :1l2 4 Q 1 , was J , ' , as 77 g.55n:,v1 -..-. 1' '-' v LY- A n ANASTASIA ADAMOWICZ A quiet determination to accom- plish all she undertakes and a cheerful attitude distinguish Anastasia. May all her plans for the future be fulfilled. V P FRA!! . AGUSTINE Frank possesses a friendly in- stinct and a keen sense of humor which will be of great value when he has that barber shop of his own. C N A .JM I .I K . ' V iw ix- ,. . ROSE M. ALBERTI Self-confident, diligent, and competent are some of the many things we can say about Rose. All of these characteristics com- bined with her pleasing person- ality make her a leading figure in our Senior Class. ,Wt iw GENE NDRUKITE "Gene" is a likeable and friend- ly chap. His determination and great interest in wrestling en- abled him to do a fine job. NICK ARTEMIK "Nick may look serious and un- assuming at first, but on closer examination, we find a wealth of mirth for each and every occa- sion. Good luck, "Nick," 1' ,f 1 Y M, fx, ll, t ANNETTA E. ARTYSEWICZ "Toni" is gay, friendly, and full of "It", Entertaining and cheer- ful, she is sure to succeed in her chosen field of journalism. far? , 5 A ,ggcaf Li! rflduv f!LrC 4 J DOROTHY BALLA There are folks of every sort in the world, but "Dot" belongs to those that you positively must like. Her many admirable qual- ities have won for her a host of friends and will continue to do so in the future. 'fly' MILDRED M. BEDESKI "Millie" is a pretty, demure young lady with a winning way. Because of her dependability and ambition, she can always be counted upon for work well- done. I ALBINA M. BLOCKUS "Biny" is most assuredly the smallest girl in our class, but de- spite her height she can cer- tainly "hold her own" at all times. Her constant chatter and carefree manner are qualities that will assure her future suc- cess.'x!5P,Lv ,iff LUCY J. BONAVITA Lucy's reserved manner is be- guiling. When you get to know her, she is gay and friendly. A good student at all times, Lucy is destined to be a spre success. A 1 'r .5 . . 4 - ,.,...i. ., 1 Y ru ' . , i ,f5l.l,v- .71 :ir-, 4, ,YL .I ' .1 'I BLANCHE BONDZELEWSKI Blanche is an exception to the saying that brains and beauty do not mix. Conscientious, de- pendable, charming, and genial are only a few of the many ad- jectives applicable to her. EUGENE BUROFSKI Gay, carefree and energetic de- scribes "Gene". His ability to retain his many friends is one of his admirable characteristics. I : J, I-el tl r'l1.!fH l4,'A-flu L' ff' 1 RITA R. BOHOFSKI Rita never says very much but what she does say amounts to a great deal. Always welcome in any circle, she will surely win happiness in years to come. fri' Dm ' ROBERT BOROFSKI "Bob" is known to all as a true athlete and genuine sportsman. For three years his spectacular playing has provided football fans with many thrill-packed moments. Voted the most pop- ular player in the valley, he re- ceived the Jones Evans trophy. GERALD A. BRAND No one could ask for a more s fi cere and faithful friend tha "Brand", His work on the Stuq dent Council and his efforts aa an oiicer of the Teen Ho were greatly appreciated by s classmates. i. 92.1" 15 ELEANOR C. BREZINSKI "Life is grand, life is merry"- that might be Eleanor's motto. Seldom Without a smile, she can dispel anyone's blues. May she gain her goal in her chosen field of business. 'J :AL ' . , H ,lf pf lit GERMAINE BROSH "Babe" is seldom seen with a serious expression on her face. Her friendliness and winning ways have gained for her a host of friends. SALLY L. BROWN Sally is a young lady who can always be found in a gay mood. The best description of her is that she is small, energetic, and full of fun. ,. x. ,XJ hifi. S575 fe SJW' ,Mm wclz, X2 6 LOUISE A. BUCZEWSKI A very quiet and reserved miss, Louise is a good friend and jovial companion. Her Winsome smile and friendly air will be sure to aid her in whatever she does in the future. I t . 5 jpg!-L 'f FRANCES H. BUDINAS "Fran", one of Hanover's chief boosters, possesses ability and that indefinable quality-person- ality. These will make for cer-- tain success in her future life. bv ,lin XI PHILO ENA BUKOFSKI Witty, gay, and carefree best describe "Phil". Her cheery disposition has won her the friendship of all her class- mates. QRS S JOHN W. BUTCHKO John is serious as far as studies are concerned. This is not true in other respects, for he is really a person with a grand sense of humor. Because of his fine per- sonality, his success in any field he chooses is assured. JEAN M. BUTKA Jean, a vivacious blonde, always seems to be bubbling over with humor and merry laughter. She can always be found giggling about some thing and has a won- derful time in whatever she does. Her cheerfulness and win- ning personality have rewarded her with many friends. In A W 4 9' ' . U ' RUTH CH R0 Ruth is a young miss with a keen sense of humor. Her many friends can be attributed. to her pleasant and agreeable disposi- tion.,, ' v -fi - X ,pf ds! HW' r 1 lf'-v L Mir' .J . 1? iw '. 1,5 N Lil' I a . L M A ,A U' . D ene's until'i e orts as C Editor of the Nant nna and retary of our Senior Class wi always be remembered. Hard work combined with a rare dis- position have made her a suc- cess in all she has undertaken. 3aL7b"k?ll0 ' fl., S ANLEY J. CIEMPOLA "Choopy's" cheerfulness and en- thusiasm can come at our bluest and dullest moments making him a good friend to all. I QLLJ' ., IM' .., f' 1.1. I I MARGARET Nl. CINTALA A career in the secretarial field should prove successful with this young lady's personality and ability to handle any situation. We might add that, though small, she occupies a big place in our hearts. K JEAN COBOSCO he's here, she's there, she's Jeverywhere. Yes, this happy, .X . . . . K M SITl1l1l1 l'I'11SS Ceftalnl COVeI'S 8' Y ground. Liked by all, she is, in- deed, a friend in need. DELORES CONROY Delores is one of the loveliest girls in the Senior Class. She will long be remembered for her outstanding performances in the minstrel. ' '2 i ' t -Z- fx . .A m LX f . K 4 U -VX , Aw ' THOMAS J. COOKE X I "Tom's" ready wit, which has -.kept many a classroom alive with laughter, is combined with ability to become serious when the situation warrants it. His sincereinterest in basketball has earned for him a position on the varsity. W. f 9 JOAN COOKISH As an enthusiastic supporter of school sports and an all around wonderful "pal," "Cooky" excels all others. Her sparkling per- sonality and willingness to help are her outstanding character- istics. We all wish her loads of success in her chosen profession of nursing. ' -' 'CH' i . vi N-kfm 'iww MARION M. COOPER Marion, a charming miss, pos- sesses a sparkling personality. May her cheerful attitude and quiet manner bring her success. 1 CELESTINE M. CRAVITZ Interested in hair styling she does a fine job on her own locks. Her pleasing smile brightened the halls when she served as a monitor. ' AM Will GERALD CYGANOWSKI Dependability and earnestness are "Gerry's" keynotes. His ac- quired knowledge and witty say- ings make him well known by his classmates. GEORGE H. DALMAS George is an amiable fellow who manages to get around. His winning smile has already ac- quired many friends and we think it will greatly contribute to his success. l 1 l lin, DAVID DAVIES "Dave" is a likeable, energetic chap who always does his part. His scholastic record and his cheerful manner will help pave his way to success. F N MARILYN J. DAVIS Marilyn's lovely brown hair is truly a crowning glory. Her quiet manner is deceptive as her intimate friends know. Her comical antics have kept the candy room alive with laughter. 2 -" . 7 . ax- 5 -4 Q J In MU 4 . in . " I if L lv A' l. - 1 I , 1 ' As an originator of student government and an ardent cheer- leader, Betty, one of our good students, has proven herself to be the owner of an enthusiastic school spirit. Her diligent and conscientious attitude were re- flected in her excellent work as the editor of the "Nannual." f' N l V 1 A SIX BETTY A. DECESARIS . .I "lf , y.. 1 6 LEON J. DECKER Leon, musically inclined, playing both in the orchestra and band, is a brilliant student. He is capable, reliable, and most sin- cere. He was a very efficient member of the Nannual Business Staff. l N A ,rr X., LNANEY R. DOMBROSKI XEndowed with intelligence, per- sonality, and sense of responsi- bility, Nancy has proved her worth by her fine job as Junior Class President and her wonder- ful scholastic achievements. I I J' M-fffo-'fl RAYMOND DOMZALSKI Energetic and friendly are the best ways to describe "Ray". Through his cheerful manner, he has earned the admiration of his fellow classmates. .lj-L Syl S EDWA ONGJSKI Look up and you shall see- "Ed". Tall and handsome with a friendly nature, he makes friends quickly. We wish him a wonderful future. fi FQ MICHAEL DRECZKA Sports activities take up most of "Mike's" time. He was an out- standing member of our football and track teams. STANLEY J. DR DOWSKI "Drozda" is the strong, silent type. He is always ready with a joke or a smile for all of his friends. Always interested in sports, he showed everyone what a good Sport he is. Underneath a m ext rior, "Doy" is jus ' popping with merriment and humor. onsci- entious, faithful, and always helpful, she takes with her the best wishes of the class. ...LM LOIS E. DZURIS Poise, personality, and perse- verance in all she gioes make Lois a grand person to, know. Admired by all fo her raceful height and. w 1 w for her . , L X NJ as resi nt offthe holasti a as done ggxnir ' 1 Civics u E 1 XJ Rr A F. if ix ' i y gy ' Y ix' X w ' 'Q if ,WL rj x.. I 5 Q ORRAINE M. ELMY Lorr 1 e is a tall, gracious, young dy, who is well-known for her neat appearance. Her decided interest in hair styling will surely bring her success. SYLVESTER EVAN One of the class favorites, "Zoro" has given himself quite a reputation in sports, especially, baseball. Always gay, always friendly, he is sure to succeed in his future life. Q-1 'VZ' .fljbgt -Qfvlfafwr' "ZQiJw.e'fjv,.Z416j DL'- Q ,, 'mA Texan-Q BETTY FABIAN . N . ' etty", an ardent sports 1. one of our more active mem- bers, ready to help whenever needed. Her considerate ways and keen sense of humor have gained for her a welcome in every group. 1' ,f' , ' j': V1-C - ,cfifcf LOUIS FELICI With his ever present smile and his "happy-go-lucky" attitude, "Louie" seems to radiate good cheer wherever he goes. He is seldom, if ever, found in a seri- ous mood and is well liked by all his classmates. May good fortune be his always. 5' 64,041 ,rf W' ' l ,Q f 4.' LJ YV V ,fr CLARENCE FLORKIEWICZ "Florky" is light-hearted and good natured with an ability to win friends. He also possesses zi keen mind for humor when the occasion arises. SYLVIA M. FURMANSKI Her delightful manner of con- ducting all matters of concern and her personal charm will aid in bringing the very best to this intelligent young lady. EUGENE GAVRISH "Gay's" popularity was acknowl- edged by being elected class president. May he continue to achieve the same success in his future efforts as he has in this office. He will also be re- membered for his excellent ac- complishments on the basketball floor - f 1 f 1..1--M .if -x A.,4.2.,' 'JH 1 :J 2 1 ,7"pAr',.' ,' V. 1' J MARION M. CILLIS A commercial student of good standing, we look forward to seeing Marion hold a responsible position after graduation. She is well liked and respected by her numerous friends. 'F ffl- 14 x ' 3 X-J 'fa' areal mfg i W . W E V i ..1. ' '. ii, ,lffof-2 I . fi. f ff. V! 'Sw tsl, lm .3 , 4 . -. "- 'Z-."" if '? gi .gf J? 4? ff 0 ., . GIl'STI Q One o those fun lovin mischie- vous fellows, 'H ic? n lways o be found hav' ime, but he can a . ' ' ly apply himself to y . he main- tains this same spiri , his future is sure to be bright. g" X LURETTA M. GULEMBESKI Loretta.is our attractive head of the drum majorettes. Her winning smile and friendliness account for her host of friends. 4' 'fo ' ' 1 llf' fir, . 4, 1, 1 1.1 f. PA UL E. GORKA With his beaming smile and friendly manner, Paul is a popu- lar member of the Senior Class. His excellent work as Art- Editor of the "Nannual" is to be greatly commended. JEAN D. GORNEY Friendly and reliable, Jean has shown her true school spirit by her loyalty and cooperation, as president of the Tri-Hi-Y and in many other school activities. f KZ ,ZL!C AQY1 fl 4 fcqffi ,114 Ll 4' "S L ,lic Lili .-. ,L "J F -7.4 1..- N ALBIN M. GRXBOWSKI "Al" is a "happy-go-lucky" fellow, full of practical jokes and good spirit. His friendly attitude and carefree ways will make him wellfreme ered by Q all. - .1 ' X '1 ij!! 5 Laid!-3 l BERNARD F. GRABUWSKI A lighthearted fellow, "Bern" doesn't have a care in the world. He is an interesting conversa- tionalist and there is never a dull moment when he is around. tn M ,Q .J , 1' , .f. ,' . av! ..-lu i. ' 3 .f 41 'i -,.--, fs , l 61. -U-,,,Jff' -' MARIE A. GRABOWSKI Interested and active in all school activities, Marie is among the popular seniors of N. H. S. Her vivacity and wit have en- deared her to all her classmates. r up . fll, QJALL' U1 f' ft . t'1,...Jef f 0 if I DULORES M. GREYTAK "Grey" was one of our most energetic cheerleaders. She is interested inlmodeling in which we wish her success. .1 EDWARD GRITSAVAGE Eager, ambitious, and cheerful, best describe "Skippy". His main ambition is to become a doctor and in this we wish him the best of luclf. 0 , , pu K! . ,. if I I , I' .. 5. . L I lg I , . MARIE A. GROBLEWSKI Marie can fool you into thinking she is quiet and reserved, but we know her as really congenial with a fine sense of humor. Her ideals and principles wil take her successfully through life. ,jj IH 'If fs. V1,-1" FRANCIS J. GROUT Witty, genial, and friendly, these all describe "Grouty". To all his friends he is known as a jolly fellow. RUTH M. HABERCHAK Petite, charming and gay-that's Ruth. Her scholastic and musi- cal accomplishments are sure to bring her success in whatever she attempts. RICHARD HALL ' "Richie" is gay and jovial, yet he has his serious moments. His pleasant personality is sure to put him on the path to success. A I . lf .-m.Q,...i in at ...Lei N92 f Tl , . w ,iff 'X A 1 f I VJ X p f W K, V GINA HAMARY "Jean", althou she appears to be quiet and reserved, is a great lover of fun. One of our most agreeable students, she will surely find success. f Na! XC1 ,fx Q .K Cx Qt' Za u GERALDINEHHETXM-P'l'UN Carefree and ,,' "Gerry" will always be rem ered for her lovel ice and 'er fine contri- butiohs thexannual minstrels. ff X, r ., Y kin TX if V ki : g,,,g4a CHARLES H. A EY As a top notch student and good athlete, "Chas" has well earned 'the re utation of being one of P the most respected members of the class. He has taken part in almost every phase of school life and has been very active as president of the Teen House. fhfaei-., llsW':3 ff.- ff .f . .. ' 1-Yfflf' 'IAQ fi I . tjflly N. .va MARGARET MANOFSKI "Marge", as co-captain of our cheering squad, did a magnifi- cent job in keeping them cheer- ing. She was also a loyal sup- porter of the school's activities. f 5110 1' , fffxf .,,w x DONALD A. HILL "Ducky" hails from Hanover and his biggest problem is how to be quiet. In spite of this, he has a serious side and really surprises his teachers when he gets down to business. X . JOAN M. HILLER Joan, although talkative and chatty, is a diligent student. She has done a splendid job in both the orchestra lynd the band. i I JOSEPH A. HOMA "Joe," often calm and shy, en- joys good humor. He is a con- scientious pupil who never shirks responsibility. LJ Qmiwy I . ' I f x ' L' 'L JoHN Hoo Possibly the tallest member of our class, John, with his quiet and reserved manner, is liked by all his classmates. We feel sure that he will do his best in what- ever field he enters. Best of luck always. W DOROTHY T. HOPKO To the mixture add one cup of modesty, two of simplicity and just a pinch of spice. Stir well, bake for 25 minutes and out come a comely, honey-colored haired lady known to all as UD0t77. ,KK ,,, 9f. WILLIAM HOWELLS "Bill" will always be remem- bered for his comical antics while endman at our minstrels. He was also co-captain of the cheering squad. l r id 1 Y A L L tvf'AJQ,ijk1!x KL ANTJREW HROMCHAK "Hmm" is a jovial fellow, who possesses a keen sense of humor. Outside of his school work, box- ing is his chief interest. if 9 -0-4 17 4 i x.f.f"Cf-1' biz! 7-'L ' I I' "A iv, ANNA MARIE INCELLI Anna is the lovely raven-haired lady who is seen dashing through the halls getting yearbook sub- scriptions. Her diligent labors have earned for her t e position of Subscription Manager, never- theless she has maintained a good scholastic standing. 'ns' 4 LUIS L. JAMES Lois, a sweet miss with a beam- ing smile, contemplates a bus- iness career. With her kind and thoughtful ways, she will attain her aim in this chosen field. . 1 , .-, X I X, fi wl'l7",L1Qg.gf-?!g,f'f .f dit ' Cf! I it-TILL! if 5 rc' aiagfzkf' , If 70' 1 I Z WALT R JANUSZESKI "Walt", silent and serious at times, can be counted upon to contribute his share of fun, when the moment arises. His friend- liness has made him popular with his classmates. f fi af af W vcd" I,' ' f Donomv EQEYARMUSIK "Dot" is noted for the droll re- marks she makes at times when they are least expected. Pos- sessor of a lively sense of humor, she is liked by all. Best of luck in your choggn Vprofessg of nursing, "Dot . . ' . if' A ..42vL1r lf, . 5 . L ,L I .fx l X fy riff Lois P. .YENNM which has distinguished r She is ambitious, determini v efforts, and sure to Q in succ ss in the future. Lois possesses- a kind dignity 1 ., A IIVL Jjfi-J In ,iff hr Lb nity, U BETTY A. JoB Betty is a charming miss with lovely brown eyes. We know that her gentle and sincere man- ner will help to make her a very good nurse. L LA! JOSE J JONES Happy go lug y with an 1 fectious smile Joe He has done a splendid Job as student manager of the football team for the past three years jf' if J Marian IS a gentle and agreeable miss Although quiet and shy we are sure she will be success ful in the future ,MW 'VIARIAN JONES ALOISE C. KANJORSKI Calm and demure with just the necessary touch of sophistlca tion is Aloise. Her impeccable manners and gentle approach will surely help her to overcome all obstacles. WILLIAM KANYUCK Bill is considered a quiet and reserved fellow. His ambition and reliability will always be re- membered and will aid him in the future. E l I JOSEPH KAWCZENSKI His untiring efforts and out- standing performance on the football field are unforgetable. "Windy" possesses an amicable disposition and radiant person- ality, which are an asset to his Xpb ularity 3 44-we ,4 . e s lj If . . .u kb N 2 7444 IX'-'s X-V -1- xl, f 1 xg ' RALD D. KENJORSKI "Gerry" is an enterprising -young man who gave all his ef- -forts to improving our school by serving as a representative to the Student Council. He was lk- MARIE KIELAR -H Marie a charmmg dark eyed miss has chosen a business career She has been very ac tue 1n extra curricular activ ities especially the Tri H1 Y SHIRLEY A KI ER Quiet reserved shv Shirley ls a very conscientious student With her steadfast determina tion and ability to give her best to vshatever she does Shir ley is destined to succeed Z HENRY A KLLGER Three cheers for Henry' His pelformance on the gridiron has been excellent A good student with an amiable disposition best describe Henry RIT KLU FZKEWITT uiet! Who-Rita? No this lovely-eyed miss is definitely not quiet. Perhaps the reason for her popularity is her friend- liness. :gf " W, , f nf - 1 ERONICA M. KNIZNER eronica, a proud resident of Honey Pot, is a wonderful friend. Besides this, she is cheerful and fylite to all of her c assmates. r FRANK G. KORONKI ICZ Jokes and debates are synony mous to "Korny". His keen sense of humor and scholastic ability are sure to combine into a successful career. His per- sua ' ' ' also a loyal member of the Civ- QRS Club. yea oo arned for him he elm, l"y0lS1My siveness in getting ads for rb ke ' 13 9 -9, A I 'N 1 I1 'N V WJ r 1 if U 1,544 X ly UROTHY v. KUTSKO Dorothy, one of our commercial students, is an attractive girl with a quiet and cheerful way. We wish her luck in whatever she does. Qjig w V . YLLI. QB. KRASON Ph llis is one f our more ener- Eetic girls w1h a pronounced inter t r ating. Her williriggrpe s ' of help enables her to pg . ss 0 many friends. X l x il M iifsffwff ROBERT KRAUSE 'tBob" is shy and quiet. He is a handsome lad and has done fine work in anything he has undertaken. ERNAKD "Barnes", our able c the Nantenna, has shox - standing literary ability by do- ingsuch excellent work. He is particularly interested in science. Y -.. ! , - i .ff-4 LK 1 ' rs J , , , , , . if giflb x,, I ilu X i fljsqwzf ' l , . 1-.. +4 lf xl I l 1 REGINA B. KUISRION s R gina is a pleasant and gay m ss with beautiful blonde tress- e.. Always arranged beauti- fully, her hair has made a last- ing impression on all her class- mates. LEUCADIA M. K l'ROWICK "Lee" is one of our diligent candy girls .,..., A willing worker, she is always ready to help whenever called upon. This quality will be a great asset in future life. Whig Y "I , if 'mai . 1 1 SYLVESTER KUSKIEWICZ "Sylvi" is a sociable classmate with a cheerful personality win- ning him scores of friends. His career at present seems to bc business, and he will certainly make good in this field. 7:4 DOLORES P. KUTZ Modesty, simplicity, and amiabil- ity make up Dolores' nature. She is always active and does r work co scientiously. 4 if HH 1 , film! K1! 'XX 1' 1 " A fi, We ri , 9 A .1 .bbb -f .4 STANLE LANKOWSKI "Babe", congenial and friendly, is a studious fellow. His radi- ant smile and Winsome personal- ity account for his many friends. 1 j,y'.. I A biHL,4,:, J Lgfv 31' Jw 'IWW c MARY ANN LESKO Her quiet charm and warm smile send Mary Ann to the head of the class in how to make friends and influence people. She will reach the top in whatever she chooses for the future. 1 ffffifal-L EARL . LO MAN "Duke", an interesting and de- terminedlad, possesses an ami- able disposition. He has done a fine job as student manager of the basketball team. J 0 1 ,A xx ?v"u7fCc few I RICHARD LUDORF jf. l ' I Dependability and earnestness in all he does are the highlights of "Rich's" character. He also has time to enjoy a good joke. x AU DREY L. LUTZ Audrey is a dark-haired girl whose main interest is dancing. Active and gay, her' future should, indeed, shine brilliantly. DOLORES G. LUZENSKI "Doll", a cautious lass believes in the proverb "look before you leap". Quiet and reserved, she merits the very best the world can offer. ELIZABETH A. MADAY Elizabeth did a fine job playing the violin in the orchestra. She is a quiet, pleasant girl with a great ambition to become a nurse. fe nj!-"ff Ky' 'J' , fl .f, JAYMES K.,MAI1Q4QEl"" "Jim'Lig,a. poiite, interesting fel- low who enjoys good humor. His quick wit is appreciated by all who know him. 3. . GERALDINE S. MAKOWSKI Five foot two with eyes of blue, blond hair and that sparkling smile - that's "Gerry". Her field is stenography and we pre- dict success. ERIC D. MANN Eric is always ready to laugh at a good joke and to tell a few himself. Since the opposite sex doesn't interest him, he has much spare time, which he de- votes to pidgeon raising. .4 K 1 1 '19 "!'."..l'3!"' M VICTORIA M. MARKOWSKI Outstanding musical talent and a charming manner are indica- tions of a brilliant future for f'Vicky". She was pianist in the orchestra and helped to make many programs a success. f' ' gg.. .... .A , ,1?f"lf'f7j i,f,7L 6..1.-e1.lL 1-1 'Ca MARIE C. MAYLOC Marie has added to the progres- siveness of the school by intro- ducing a dramatics club. With such initiative, she is sure to travel far on the road of life. 1 . "7-f I , . W C - 2 . ' "' -L EDWARD MECK "Eddie" is one fellow never seen in a serious mood. Always hav- ing a grand time doing it, Emi will surely meet life without any worries. 1 ':. .f i ANTOINETTE MEZA Take alot of charm, more than enough ability, a great deal of initiative, considerable loyaltyg put them all together and they spell "Toni". Our best Wishes, "Toni". LEONARD A. MIK LA SZEWICZ "Lindy" is a boy with a cheerfui disposition. A vocational train- ing student, he has much mechanical ability and has coni- pletecl many fine projects. EDWARD J. MIKOLINIS "Ed" is a baslflful, hard-working boy with a great number of friends. uAt present he is en- gaged in the plumbing trade in which he is sure to succeed. 5 , . . 'X- 9 I L 1 6 M , f 1 L 1,5 ,eve ua eff pl I , L11 f' 1 Mull, w ' , Q 5MONA ali LLS r X Jbvif, ' C'-'WWC ' Th ipossessor of Kp . ng per- ADELINE T. NIEMINSKI son lity and an' i igorating fre hness, Mona has placed her- st' high on the popularity list. She is at times quiet and demure, at others, erergetic and full of life. YVith such fine characteristics she will assuredly 1 2fi' 1dS wlier ver she go . 'lm fl ROBERT J. MOORE 'tBob" is an active boy who believes in having a lot of fun in school. With his cheerful dis- position he has made many friends. 7 haf 10" ff l v Li-ffdlfiqicxaz RNADINE I. MUSIAL A keen sense of alertness and a good power of observation are combined with a little shyness and timidity to make "Bern" a very interesting personality. xx GRACE NAGLE .. This loquacious miss is ever ready to help. Congeniality and cooperation are the gifts given to this Winsome 'young lady. 4 ,, M , i I n ' A , L! w ,KRD WU If V . ' N xv , .Nl w THERESA C. NAGUSZEWSKI Theresa is lively, gay, and very observant. She is an interesting conversationalist and can always be found in the midst of revelry. r, 5 ,l A 'ef' A 'so g Ji W if si 4,1 , il 'U A Nw' A - Y RITA B. NEGOSH Rita is a quiet, serious girl with a reserved manner! Always ready to do her best, e is sure to be successful in the ture. I Q Q 1 ' . 4 , L. 1 ,-oi . ,..,yg. ww JU' 'Q' P Ja 9 Adeline, interesting, pretty, and studious, has done an admirable job as drum majorette. We wish the best o you always .41-Q ,. ' 'ff cle ard? lgify X6 1740 ., 21215 f - EDM UND V. NIKLEWSKI 'Ed." a sober, quiet and bashful young man, is a very diligent worker and has always done well in his school work. With these fine characteristics he promises to be one of our prominent men 1 ,,,' the future. Q 177- 'S M1 tl-4 ,N 'I fc, re, fe fs Jfwl f 4 2 , ff ,ZLJU . -c LEONARD C. OLZINSKI "Len" is an industrious boy wjth a pleasing fpersonality. ,Duefto his hum IOHFQQQIHQTKS he has made maiiy riends. Good luck 'HDS bizsiness career. 2 , f "f 5 " I I l 1' LEONARD OMOLECKI "Len" is rarely seen without a radiant smile. Always ready with a joke, he has made scores of fgends. I g ff. f ' ffaf-'rl-' - RAYMOND ONDERKO "Ray" is good-natured and cheerful, while always trying to do his best. His pleasant man- ners are sure to put him on the path to success. . X V x . DOLORES H ORKEVIS Quiet and demure, Dolores is gifted wi-a radiant personal- ity and an attractive appearance. These assets will be valuable to her in the future. I MARILYN T. ORLOWSKI Marilyn, a conscientious worker, expends all her efforts to ob- tain good results in any project she undertakes. May the fru- ition of all her dreams come true. yfilll -MM M, Zywfihfgpfb Adding G17 JOHN J. OSESKI Full of fun and fancy free, John goes through each day with a friendly smile for everyone he meets. May your future be as bright as your past, John. .!X'1,, Ls- ... il ffm V ' ' NORMAN PATTERSON "Pat" has won the ' ' " in of his classmates bl his readiness to do a ' his friends. His nea' lr' P and work show? l' in the ful i O NERA D. PATTERSON Vim, vigor, and vitality, plus a keen mind are the enviable char- acteristics of Vera. Her invit- ing smile and charm are irre- sistible. I X ,jjsrf 7 , , 1 Af. ff In if I 'lf' -ff '-X fv My ' , L ,V I fa ,A Af' I -' . , - if vga' NICK PAULUS Nick, one of our football huskies has done fine work on the grid- iron, Although shy, he is a polite, courteous, and friendly fellow. 4 ., K Aff' uforlja?-"D f f N. GEORGE S. PAVELETZ George is a very loquacious fel- low with a very hearty laugh. Very sociable and pleasant, it is no wonder that we all like him. 4? 4r'.41fg,5.. 7' V. ,aw 15 ff? .czfealcl am-45 f 'Laci ' O ARD A. PITZ . ft . - L Len" is a gay lgceable bny with a wonderful sense of humor, With his flashing smile, he has gained a number of friends. cl Q ,Lwffc you LOUIS PIZONT Tall, dark and handsome and ad- mired by many a lassie-that's "Lou". Although not participat- ing in athletics this year, "Lou" will be remembered for his per- formances on the football and baseball diamond. . -, 4' im ,"' DOLORES PRICE hy, demure, and thoroughly charming - that's "Dollie". Under the quietness and reserve, however, we find a young lady with ideas of her own. I EDWARD F. PRICE "Fisher" has a great talent for drawing and joking. Because of these qualities, he is sure to succeed in any life work he chooses. BERNARD PRICHNICK "Bernie" is a well-mannered, energetic student with a jovial nature. We wish him success in whatever he undertakes in the future. I I 'J I 'J l 1 . 5 1 -.S -dxf s I JoHN s.' RUsAKowsK1' Tall, dark, and handsome aptly describe this prominent member of the senior vocational group. With his good looks and scho-- lastic ability we venture to pre- dict that "Jack" will go far. O I is t- --!- lfg"'N J A-1 1 4 1 il .gt , fi ' . I A ' ' THAUUEUS C. PUTKOWSKI "Ted" is a well-mannered boy who takes sincere interest in sports and school activities. His ability and conscientious at- tifude will help make him a suc- cess in future endeavors. GRACE R. REES Grace is another of our class- mates who is interested in nurs- ing. Her friendly and cheerful manner will surely be an asset to her in her chosen career. cv-'L T' JOAN . REESE. Joan is sincere and congenial. Her considerate manners and obliging ways make her presence delightful. CHARLES H. REHKOPF "ChuckU, a very good student, has proven himself a willing worker as president of the Stu- dent Council. Even-tempered, always smiling, cooperative, and definitely dependable, he always manages to say and to do the right thing at the right time. DOROTHY REICH Dorothy, with her demure and tranquil ways, is noted for her shy smile. Her quiet and un- assuming attitude and pleasing personality will always prove to belliegieficial in living a success- u 1 e. , A LmcLgig,4A,,,,3. , A 4 TH ER ESA A. Rl PSKI "Therese", a shy member of our class, is a real friend. You can alwaysfiexpect her to help one in need. We wish her luck in her chosen field. SYLVIA M. ROBACK As drum majorette, Sylvia has done splendidly. Her magnetic charm has won her the admira- tion of all who know her. fi-LIC ff rf ' M' 'rf l!gjl1.' , I' MARGARET A. ROMANOFSKI Here is another miss who is a very staunch friend. Her natu- ral reticence and observing traits make her a much desired com- panion. . if t. xii 1 A v-4., - - ' , fe 4' 14- ,,-. 1' J'--4 AYLTA 6. ROSTALSKI ' A sweet and charming miss, Alta is always ready to participate in any school activity. Her dili- gence and spirit of cooperation signify a promising future. cf LOUIS J. ROOS "Louie" is a mild-mannered, friendly fellow. Although quiet in his ways, he can be counted on to do his part thoroughly and efficiently. , ,I I ! - I , RITA J. RUBEIL I Reliable and efficient, friendly and loyal, Rita has won a place in the affections of all her class- mates. The future is sure to hold a full measure of happiness for her. 54" Q X164 fly! RITTH A. RUDDICK A loyal member of our band, Ruth Ann is a tiny, very likeable miss. Her friendly disposition has gone a long way in winning for her many friends and we are certain, will continue to do so. fQL4"' , ggmfdgt PAULINE V. RUDOSKI Amiability plus reliability is part of "Pollie's" personality. Be- cause of these admirable traits, we are certain she will make a very competent nurse. -4 xg AQQFREDERICK RUMMAGE Q G d natured, energetic, and X Y, s om without a smile, Fred p' esses a striking personality. 1.2 i .eg .kHis keen sense of humor has many times brightened a dull classgoom. A Pl A, . I, X 4 . ITHERESA RUZICKI A tall, blonde miss of few but well-chosen words is Theresa. Her consistency and loyalty are highly valued by all her friends and with these agreeable quali- ties she is sure to have a pleas- ant future. L. ,UF .7 4 I V: N J Y - I , pl . W T...-.pi -1 ' -A 'V ' - V. 'AJ' ivffnfff V03 5 ,cl X t A A. s B911 A - me ekcellentisiugnfgii 1n- dustrious person 'is hard to find. As Literary Editor of The Nan- nual, she was most efficient. Participating in many school or- ganizations, one can see her talking a "mile a minute". We are assured that Edna has a brilliant future before her. 'l,-F i' HENRY s. sAw1K It would be difficult to find any- one as jovial and friendly as Henry. Self-reliant and depend- able, you can co t on him to fulfill his plans. vu W. . " ' r . ax :v"75.' M ' . Q A .fl ' A MARY SEWCZUK Mistress-Mary, quite contrary- was never written for her. Al- ways agreeable, always sociable, Mary proved herself a fine friend - .avi MU' ,L rf f-px' llzjfx ' A7 ' l"'N ' l ul. A 'I CV Ay' JY" f X STEPHEN SHAEAYDA 2 "Iggy's" carefree att1tude'and droll humor have often mad..- him the center of attraction in a classroom. His studious mo- ments, too, are frequent and well spent. VINCENT SHEMANSKI "Vince", although a quiet fellow, is a conscientious student. His brilliant playing on the gridiron will be remembered. '7, it fir 5 l K1 . 1. LEONARD SHIBILSKI The more humorous moments of a study hall are usually centered around "Len". His fine wit and humor account for his winning personality. , M533 off- mg Gaz RICHARD A. SIER EJ "Dick" has made himself known by his fine wrestling perform- ances. Through his curly blond hair, he has acquired y femalefifzni s I V W f iv 1 f ' , ff. . " Y J: I, lg ity, -ki I l A 'I A. ll'-. 5 73. 4, ..-4. 1' ,F ,ff-fbi, u , z ' Ross SIVICK Rose, a good-natured and like- able girl, can always be counted upon to cooperate. We want to wish the best of luck to a very elightful person. IL, X' aryl, " jr af M . . f!fif!2 11? HENRY A. SKOPEK A diligent worker and a good student is Henry. His main in- terest is to gain knowledge and to have, fun at he same time .kc HELEN SLOTA If everyone were as pleasant and as full of fun as 4'Poochie" the world would be a better place in which to live. May the future be bright for this golden-haired lass. s.tt0.ff4fggy5i.,L5"l QV:-ff I-I b DOLORES Nl. SOKOLOWSKI "Dolly", one of our quieter girls, possesses a deep inner sense ol' loyalty and friendship. Her dili- gent application to her studies will give its reward in the futuren i . jf jff fi flfflf . obj' FJ ' xikq ' Jfxj . ' CAROLYN M. STADTS' A blonde miss with a pleasing personality, "Carrie" is a favor- ite among her classmates. She is always ready to lend a helping hand tota fellow student. 1 WM7' fi if fy? M7 cl A 1 f yi 1c1TA M. sTAME1c An engaging smile, fine man- ners, and a lovely personality are only a few of the many ad- mirable qualities that have made Rita so popular. She has been a loyal band member and was very efficient as class Vice- President. DOROTHY STANKIEWICZ "Dot's" clever and unpredictable remarks have had many surpris- ing results. Her vivaciousness will be a tonic in her nursing profession. I-ILEANUR S'l'.XRONKA The fact that Room N buys the most candy can be attributed to l-1leanor's magnetic charm. This will surely guarantee for her an auspicious future. wp cm WC! 6-ave, wtf' 'gh-dt CHARLES SULLIVAN "Chuck's" ability as a basket- ball player has won him a recog- nized place in our athletic Hall of Fame. His frank approach to all problems will enable him to go far. X JOHN SLPKOWSKI John is shy, quiet and an in- dustrious boy. We don't know his plans for the future but we are certain he will be successful in w'hatever he does. ' l J-"v A, K., DOLORES 'SWARTZ Dolores is a very frank and truthful person. The poise and grace she exhibits on her skates is a beautiful sight. FELICITA SZYMBORSKI Felicita is a good-humored young lady, well liked by all who know her. Industrious and amiable. she is a fine friend at all times. I I L, , fy K v IW j hjzxdt,-,V NORMAN J. TIRPAK "Nibs" is a sociable boy noted for his humor. Because of his cheerfulness, he is popular with everyone. , DONALD THOMPSON "Don" is a carefree, jovial and friendly fellow who believes in having fun. This happy outlook on life is an assurance of his success. X .4-md.-':a,un,waLl4 71-LJLL ' ELAINE TURNER One of our most attractive and popular girls, Elaine is noted for her gay laughter and wit. Natural at all times and with an eye for fun, she remains quietly unassuming. With her endear- ing personality, Elaine is sure to ucceed. ll d ,ll-.K V:-04 L ff - N Qi N ag. 2 I L K W I ,L RAL P. TYBURSKI ialph is an energetic, reliable fellow who is amiable towards all. He is dependable whenever responsibility is placed upon him. I ..,,l j aa aging xt '- X . s ' Q RMB EUGENE S. URBAN "Gene" can boast of a host of both male and female friends. With his flashing smile, he is welcome everywhere. Z f buf! J "lf 7 I , . L,L,.f3.4..e DOLORES R. WACHOWSKI Her delightful exuberance seems to float from an inexhaustible source that everyone appreci- ates. Dolores applies herself with zeal to studies, accounting for her good scholastic record. Mom. ,l WILLIAM WALLACE "Bill", the boy with an agreeable smile, is very popular with all his classmates. Due to his ever- lasting jovialness, he is a favor- ite with all. DANIEL A. WALTING An ex-serviceman -'who has re- turned to finish high school, "Dan" is to be admired for his ambition and determination. With his agreeable personality and ability to make friends, he is sure to succeed in whatever task he undertakes. JOSEPH WANCHISSEN "Joe" the silent serious type has proven himself dependable. Wo know he will secure a position in the future where these quali- ties will be useful . I ew- .wl-ly r JOAN L. WATKINS Joan can well blend school ac- tivities with her studies. Her charming personality guarantees her a successful future. ffbyffi D0 OTH Y J A R "Dot" has a soft voice and seems to be shy. Nevertheless her friends know her to be a good sport and when the occasion arises she contributes her share of the fun. 11 I , rl 'rl 1-Kfffbxfq fur r X ffff' ,V - ff! JOAN M. WEISS Joan with the twinkling eyes and mischievous smile has been an incentive as a cheerleader. To know her is to love her as she has endeared herself to all. l li l bn 'JI x 1 1 IX v f X JOHN C. WILLIAMS . Good-natured, cordial, and gay are the chief characteristics of "Mayor'. These traits help keep his classmates in the best of spirits. I 1 xx O fi' , MARTIN WISNIEWSKI A friendly, congenial and ex- tremely likeable chap is "Marty". We must not forget his fine work in artistic endeavors. ufkjyjl f l J-1714! al.-L15 . 1 . I W .f f Ut! U IMM 2 JOSEPH WODYKA "Bud" has been faithful and in- dustrious as president of the Hi-Y. We will long remember his fine performances as endman in the Minstrel. i 5, we xl , 1 ,XVVV N ' . K if x , I G1-:RAfilD1NE WOJCIECHOWSKI 'QQerry", a Winsome lass with a captivating smile, has endeared herself to all. Her wit will help her to conquer obstacles in the future. STANLEY E. WOJTOWICZ Stanley is an amiable fellow who takes a sincere interest in his school work. His ambition and reliability will help to make him a success in the future. agp". , ' ' 1 L , THOMAS WOLFE Tall, dark, and handsome is "Tom". Sports are his chief in- terests with baseball heading the list. A grand person, he is liked by all his classmates. ' , 4 ' x l K, 1 JOSEPH WRUBLEWSKI "Becky" is a mechanically mind- ed student of the vocational training course. His vast know- ledge of radios and motors is astounding. We hope to see him inn future years putting this knowledge to use. '?""?S"'-YVU. I A' 714- Q'5VrV-p1,M,a.. "I i ' EUGENE J. WYDOWSKI "Gene" is a well-mannered fel- low who is often quiet and un- assuming. He will be remem- bered for his ambition and re- liability. A 1 J' J DOROTHY ZOLTEWICZ "Dot" has one of the most pleas- ing personalities we have ever met. Her many assets including her willingness to work, should place her high on the ladder of sucqess in life. 1 P ' . - '+ 1.. ,rf X. L ll X JOSEPH C. GRYSKIEWICZ.. "Joe" is a boy whose habit of changing the topic of any con- versation to-"our farm in the country" has gained him the nickname, "Farmer". We wish him luck in his chosen vocation. STAWICKI Ralph, good-n ly, is seldo His likeabl main ass in friends. 4 30M.iH'f' ' 1 3 ' l ALFRED R. Y e nf'd- ' ile. s on i his w' ing many M "Al" is a hard-working boy with a winning way. Because of these characteristics, he un- doubtedly will be a success in any field he chooses. LEONARD STEFANIAK "Len" is a robust, outdoor type of boy with a love for sports. He is now interested in the grocery business in which we hope he shall achieve his goal. I .Q 'A 't sl-V H5 n XA f fa tw' il-VJ i L f LL ! N . . fl, ,l i t.w2l" W ld lf 2,1 iii i . x . ROBERT E. SULEWSKI This tall, andsome lad is the ?l'Ight o ,the feminine hearts. ne 0f,G5r meticulously dressed students, we are certain he will ctiavel far on the road to success. f '1 If ALOI A. VERBITSKI Alois is a happy, good-natured fellow with many friendly ways. His pleasant manners aid him in acquiring many friends. KARL S. WASILESKI Carefree, funloving, happy-go- lucky-these seem to be the words which best describe Karl. His humorous outlook on life will prove to be invaluable in the future. . D 1, U i fkv i' Q .0 121 i , ' ci RONALD WILLIAMS .. "Ron" is friendliness personi- fied. He is never found without a big smile and genial greeting. His infectious good humor and jovial personality will aid him in whatever he does. CHARLES D. WYSOCKI During our high school years, "Chuck" has proved to be in- dustrious, reliable, and ambi- tious. The bright side of his nature has often shone through providing us with many happy moments. fl 3 I-212, Q WI FOI LBLI THAT PHE PUTUI L WILL BI ING Bud Wodyka as a radio commentator over N B C Gerry Hampton making her debut at the Metr opolrtan Opera House Martin Wrsnrewskr as an emrnent artist and designer Jean Gorney s prcture appearing on all the latest magfrzrnes as a Conover Model Henry Skopek shockrng the world with hrs drscoverres rn the field of medicine Lors Dzurrs teaching the next generation their A IJ C s Charles Harvey managing the legfrl 'rffarrs of a large cor poration Sylvia Furmanskr as general manager of Woolwor th s Lou Przont prtchrng a World serres game Delores Conroy as a torch srnger rn a famous night club Davrd Davres preaching the Golden Pule Joan Watkins as a member of the lNew York Pockettes Tom Wolfe zooming through The arr as a Navy Arr Corps Cadet Blanche Bondzelewskr as an effrcrent secretary Fred Pummage making raprd advancement rn the field of chemistry Mary qewczuk desrgnrng new harr corffures Lendoy Dunn as a makeup utrst for huge film productions Nrckolas Paulus as head printer for the New York Times Betty Fabran as a dretrtran rn a large hosprtal Leonard Shrbrlskr as a famous desrgner of valentrnes Lee Kurowrckr breakrng records rn takrng drctatron Gene Andr ukrte known rn the sports world as The Groaner Marge Her manofskr lefrdrng the cheers at a large college Gerald Kenjorskr as an expert rn business admrnrstratron Chuck Pehkopf as a br rllrant electrical engineer Vrctorra Mar kowskr thrrllrng huge audiences Wrth her prano selections Bob Borofskr pr ovrdrng thrrlls for the pr ofessronal football fans karl Wasrleskr as head usher rn I adro Crty Norman Patterson as owner and chief mechanrc at Norm s Service Statron Brll Howells keeping audiences rn a state of hrlarrty Bernard Grabowskr as part owner of I ea Sz Der rck Drug Stores Ed Nrklewskr studying Forestry Frank Koronkrewrcz conducting a filrbuster rn the Senate against a law enforcing the New Look Elaine Turner as a convrncrng saleslady Gerry Wojcrechovn skr buying her trousseau Phrl Bukofskr replacing Hedda Hopper as a leading gossip columnrst Phyllis Krason as ovs ner and teacher rn her own roller skatrng rrnk Paul Gorka, 'Bernre" Kravitz, and "Ted" Putkovwskr as surgeons skrllfully arded by our nur ses Betty Job, "Dot" Stankrewlcz, Grace Rees, Alta Rostalskr, Grace Nagle, Rose Srvrck, Lors Jennrngs, and Ann Incellr. if a p e 5 E - ,gr V it E- P W 4 r rf or f PH H H ,,,,oro ,n,,, ,,,,,,,,m,, r,,,ru, 1, ,,r, , ,,.,.. ...,.. , ,.. ...... ..- ...... , ..... ...r...l...r..... 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V . v. , U . 1 ,' B y L YZ ! rf- l ' I 3 5 1' . 1 4 l , 5 I r 5 i . 1 1- 4 Q Haw Q4? ew , gifx 414, X f m E f Qld? li: KM E QQ E- I Jun1or Class Ofhcers Flrst Row lleft to Tlght, Mary Hay dock Presxdent Dorothy Waselus Sec etary Second Row Harold Hutchmson V1ce Presldent Arthur Davls Treasurer X Q0 X GOOD LUCK SENIQRS These ale the most d6C1S1V6 YEHIS of you1 llves w1th the road of opportumty extendlng fal and w1de St18WI1 upon 1t :ue the countless wlshes for Joy, hope, coulage, ll3pDlI19SS, and success God bless you, classmates l 0' 'N 'x I X OV lf K, ' K 4 f U 'X 'ite ' Q! 4 I I Z r 4 CII ff fy M 45 LZ l 1 V, Y l 35' X l X 3 .lan ll 'xwl , ,4 "ns .S Q.. 7 : ' if ,X I f f XX 1 01--V-t - i jf x XLU l Y X! 'lg rg, lv- N 'z flame Zuma gf X1 Room 3 Nliss Kosker W'innifrml Thom -, H1-lvn fiozllzi-an-lx, llnrlxara VVarku ki, llurothy l'cmr:ni. Iilorin Komorof- i, Martha Hoy-on, 1'harlotte Kania, li:-rnarline Nugir, 1 l-lc-rnsuline fQx'yzm-ki, Eleanor Marvi- fs! lin. Dolores Sarr. G1-ralllins' Michalmx- -'J' -ki, Ro-e Marie Vlfawiakowski, Arlina I 'J' Swirlw, 'J Svronrl Rmv-Georuv Haim-s, Jo-pph -'HV' Vlirzzun, livrallline Sujr-ski, IC.-Ilwr f, V! " Smilh. .Xlllil'i0 Orluwski, Irene Jun- , 1' o-ki, Lillian NVilliamw, .-Xnna Ilollran- I ' -lxi, Hlfzuior 0-la-vfski, Rivharxl Koz- lnw-ki, In-o NVE-riivwflxi, Th'rcl Ron firm--1 Kii1'lulili1rlwl', NVil- liam Wlotzka, l'l1nrle-- l'nr-lu-y, H1-nry Nlnrlmn-ki, liarirl lluvi-, 'l'hn:na- Muni. JL-ss flnrlx. Max llanelrnvivz, Xrthnr llalmaw, llaniul Prem-hnir-k. l'uurlh Row Stanley Ya:-kwan, Irvin Fiiyclcr, Leonard Stcfaniak. Anthony R,1ymu.iml, Rn--ell VVhitlaker. Alois Ycrlrlt-lmi, Abwn! fleralmline- Dolny. Room 4 - Miss D. VVySOCki First Row llm-fl in right! Janis Potoak. llf-lnaulinw Zulxowwki, Varoline- Ski- pali-, Loretta Mevla, Marie Kra--un. Olnn l'r4tnlak, llulorcs Hoynacki, llnrothy Wnselns, Mary Grave Hay- slrwlx. lim-rnawline Witrznk, 'I'hvre.4a Waralmlnsl-i, Maruarvt Pawel:-5, Iiliznln-th VVillian1-, Nancy Rl-e-1-. Scrulld Row Alberta Pnwlowski. I'a- lriria Mackowiak, Elm-anor Vholewa, Olga Hiller, Palrivizx Buckley, Joan Rulv. lil-rnaciine Pouvvift, Regina Gaj- FS' 1 ewski, Lois Tennyson, Claire Shvri- ffl,-.f'1lllll, Norman Markowhki, Faith Ru- g clowfki. Third Row---Zennon liezmlzecki, .lore-ph Hryskewicz, Tha-mlolw VVeron, Alhs-rt l'lyt:i:sA, John Rynkiewir-z, Leonard W':i-iaikuxvski, Hubert liavitz, Alfrs-fl Ingo--. Albert Williams, Theodore lirozio, William Janora. l"ourlh Row -Nirhollw Kloap, Raymnnll Rmirc-wif-Z, Franr'i- Znrim-lx, Re-ew Har- ri-, l"ran1'i- Ilaron, Vlfilliam Potknn- -ki, W'ilIiam Stawoiilxa. Room 7 - Miss T. Bobeck First Row lleft to riirhtl 'Stella Mark- Imrivz. Theresa lionski. Katherine Kolmlzie-1-Zak, Lillian Kryzanski, Phyl- li- f'har-ky, Il:-lphine Blockur, .Ins- ephine Pouwift, llorrithy Rocliinfki, Hcnrictta Sniercflxi. Anna H rlny. ' Sim- XVI-ne-ki, lim-oihy Sirera, Ruth N. N Vim-uni. gf Svfnnnl Row' Ru-1- Mnlis- .'Xlln-rulu. , llizirlrxtte Q on-, lre-ni lirilnr. firaw' 'xl lim-han. Ariin lilw-li'mw-lmi. Juni ii li- Vfaium- Suu-n-ki. l'hilomue Skalla. 1 X, Xnns- lirunm-ki, Ii:tlyJ1-an VVa-1'.nln, Xi llilvi Nlllxan mir-an. li--tty IXVINUII. V'-A lc ' 'l'll'r4I R rw Stanley Ili'uiv:-flxi, Ellnnlml 11 Ynlnnrf-, Hululil liralm-I-e, ll my ' K'irx'ln-ki, VVillinm S:-hxuinf-r. John . -J Vhzilv rn, .Xnlhuny Poxli:-he-, Rolo-rl if rum fiilflu Von--mln. li lxxarrl xv in St:n'limxial-, 5lar!in Vela-, Harolui jg. 1 ll .if-hir.-fin, 'xxx 1" urth Row Jmwtnf fluli-mln--ki. X 1lml--- 12r'i-lxir'-'vim-1, llfialil Pullo- X .4-1 Lfmi-, I-I ,xil I'a'o , lm, lillwarrl S ip r- ? lm. ll 51:1r1,1i Blmvun. John OI-lin-ll -1 -ki. 1 X, n I Jlflllll' A N fd J W NJ A J ' lil Room 8 - Mr. E. Ilavies First Row tleft to riuhti Vivian Valriy. Joan Donahue, Ther:-sa liztnarh. l'a'.' tricia Lastowski, Theodosia Ugia'sIti. Lois Reshke, Bornafline Valenrv, li use Mary Jones, Norma VVviss, i'Ili":1lw th Norton. Joan Hiuuins, 5.1111-"uit-1 Coccia. Second Row-Dorothy Gei':xr'h, Vhzi. Iwi.- Matulewski, Christine Blom-lxus, I.il- lian Benis, Elizabeth Kussavaue. liet- ty Thorne, Ste-lihania Zdziarslxi. Olua Calinski, Mary Lou Mann, liarliarn Lomx, Hilda Balla, Geraldine l'innt- kowski. Third RowfR0be1't Williams. Rolwrt Boltz, Anthony Pisa-otty, I-'rank llo- guszewski, Carl Wisniewslti, llirhard Jurta, Benjamin Howells, William Sadowski, Joseph Vavriclt, Varl Roos. Fourth Row-Robert Sulewski. Fasirnir Jaskulski, Theodore Hovirlt, Gcoruc Surgant, Stanley Michalek. AbsentfAlfred Stawicki, Jost-ph Ma- kowski, Geraldine Petroski, llolmw-s Rapaduski. Room 9 - Mr. G. Dzurica First Row llf-ft to rimrhtl Imlnrus I'ln. ta, Hlafera Boback, Mary liilly, Sy!- via Wieczorek, Carmella Clielrliiislti. Ruth VVilliams, Cerelia Storm, .-Xnn Lavanda, Marie- Osmond, l'lIHllt'vs flirchak, Loretta Ul'l52ill. iilrzum Pruhalski, Irene VVetzel. Second Row--Ai-li-ne liartle, lmlm-vs Swithers, Ann Halsis, .Xnn lilima Ze-wski, Theresa Ciunzylislxi, Mar,1nr1v Edwards, Catherine flenrue-, Lillian Kwiatkowski, Joan Prive. lit-tty Gross, Arlene Tyhurski. Third Row - Leonard Sr-ltela. John Poole, Georire Lunski, Jann-s Vivian. Michael Crozier, Ray Ilorris, Gerald Mruk, Frank Ulatowslxi, llmiald Schimmel, John 1"cdorc'halx, Artlnir Davis. Fourth R0wfRic'hard Schmidt. llarnlnl Williams, Edward lilo:-l-tus, l.awr4-live Tutak. Absent i Florenve flayewslxi. Marimi Powell, Natalie Orlian, Karl Was- ilewski, Charles Wysoclti. Room 14 - J. P. Siesko First Row lleft to riuhtl Anthony Brezinski, Carl Aciukewit-Z, Stanhy Zatorski, James VVumelsdrn'f, Jostpli Wojciechowski, Edward Me-ra, Justpli Barnoski, Anthony Swalla. Joseph Wydawski, Edward Sherlw-rt, Jnseplg Kamowski. Second Row f- Josvlih VVa-ialmwslti, Thomas Becloslii, Paul l'rislcr. l".4-l Wermuth, Richard Zendarski, A!- phose Wentz, Javk liunit-It, 'l'numlmp- Mikolinis, Henry Rasmus. AbSentfMichael Sivick, l'harlL'.s film l Francis Kawem-ki. ? SA EQZNEE MQNITORS X X is fgx X' QT IS- ! if ,xg Cf NP' 9:- 9. Q Wye X ws' Q0 60,6 KEYS ba L 0-ff 5 6 'rf e"" C L st dy Halls X f f? g, Q' Qs fl? KX QM Q X 9 4 CHEER 'WS J fp nc: 5 Q nf' X ,O af? Os ! f..1, ,AOR Q VM-' A W 59? gf" .Lo fi ilk GQ- I y 9? EB NltINlNl. A -1, 41 1 mv ' 3 A E " Q 3 3-5 E l.l.'h. u 3 5' 3 . 3 6 fvnvnms 3 1 ' J . av , 9914 ll' I 'VW cf aw IW! x' f ,. fyt, X 'R' Z 61? 'QQ 6 f ,. Xe Y 4 . ,Q ge Q Q f ' J .13 f 11-7, N 'f -"H L for 6, f , Q Im --1 ? ' I fee , 0.,X'4 4 mf., - 6' I 4 1617? 1 0 M I ty Cx 11 X V L6 I5 1134? -WWA.. Que ' ' l - ,1- ll Q N JN M Q 'mm fm Xl 4 0 X C L v' iq Q N M"K QPF 1 . ' I I , f .- O ' - x ' X ' , 'I 4' ,0 gf X ' k I 1 . Qiffff' X5 5-Lf V . ,Q , riff' X W, . .' Nf 4 Q6 Q 9 Yo, f ' 'YL' 1515" U ,f I ., ,f tmgl A 9 fig - N: X123 el , 949 I Q I Lflllf' ' 0 - ' 21:1 IQ. UV 5 x ' j 'Q A' SM s- sf ' 'L ' K 'L' 4+ I N XV! m x f v X My K ' 0 0 J- '- f 'I ' . 9 ef, If N ,. - ' ' f if- 9 , . , QM V ' ' I -- ea io Q X f KN r f 1 5 N PZ!!- , X +A A T V ' A ce O .f I T Q... sf: X 1 : II! h E I gf A 5 1 oh 3 If . 1,45 I 22 Li W if .1 1 P. I 5154" . 1 ,HH V J.-5. .fiif V 15 N1 r-' a 5 W if XIV, fx xy , X xp J' my 65444 of f?50 Room 10 - Mr. J. Jones First Row lleft to rislhtl Nellie Chris- tian, Le-oia Williamson, Roberta Smith, Helen Faux. Geraldine O'Don- nell, Irene Everett, Ruth Phillips. Marjorie Rees, Joan Greenland, Lil- lian Sowa, Lois Hampton, Joan May- lock, Jeanne Sarlowski. Second Row Vinee Osmanski, August Plodwick, Frank Uranowski, Ray- mond Gi:-da, Dolores Jones, Dorothy Zare-mba, lr:-ne Januszexvslvi. Lois Bleich, Iflorenve lirysiuk, John Zan- owicz, Anthony Voliiicelli, Jar-k Urcn. Third Row llonalnl Quoos, Jess Kivlvr, have Howells, M1-lvin Svhxvartz, l':iul Huber, George llaron, Leon liroiml- ski, Vharle-s Sllpvrko, William liayllo, Thomas Bail, James Watkins, Alfreii Wytoshi-k. Room I2 - A. C. Downing First Row tleft to riuhil Elizabeth Klemaszexvski, Laverne liussavmre, .loan Raiexvski, Helen fiorslvi, Shirley Enxrleheart, Joan lbevine, Sylvia Ralioxvski, GQ-ral4line Mavimoxvirz, Betty Giralmoxvski, Rosemary Vintala, Jean Pendle, Elf.-anore Romanoxvski, Loretta Osmanski. Second Row liernaral Kolomlziej, Gsralxl Pokrinc-hak, Thvoxlore I7arMiexvim'z, John Moran, Amelia Llll'7t'Sl'O, livr- nadine Bute-zynski, K a rf-n l'aull. Michael Yanus, Pm-ter llushelli, Eil- wartl Perez, Eugene Lasevki. Third Row Joseph Minsavaue, Ray- mond Selner, Eugene Goralski, An- gelo Miceoci, Thomas Adams, liolierl Gritsavagv. I i l N J Xl :-A f,:ll'll:l Nuxill-lxi, Juyrv Silverl, alum- l,:1I-lm, Iilizzxlmulh If-lrwlx, lion- X :.nl 'lhlmrfl-.. liziymonml Bliley, John N' l'i:1-urli. X 'I'hir1I Ron Anthony Skiptumx-, l"1nlxr-s-- Sokolo-ki, John liurutz, l Vlw-I.: X4lzi:nr-lxi, Jus-lx Levzxn, John X lfxnli-, llw-ymml4l Mama, l.vol1zir1l Zion- fflloxx-lli. .lo-1 'Ili Holmn. Jn-L-ph Yvronl Row Ju-f-Ill! Vrymoxirz. Juwl- oom I 3 W r Yastremskl N 'v ui in nl L 1 1 .1 . 2, 5' 4 ' -- . an AC- ' N :ary '- -' 1 .:, . : , . -ro - , l , ,U S1-4-onrl Ron ' J -f- "' vin:-zuuzlz-1, l'fl'r l1:urIi1-1 14. I muml llinpluw, Mznry lilizuln-Ill Smith, Soy-hig .lQr:x11iI7ki, Xrlom- livlyin-ki, Luther lmnmiu. l"r:ullX f':u'vlm10, l"rQ-ll Jom--, 'lihinl Ron Nuxri- liuniu, linux 1 lo um-lli. lil:--1 ll li:mym'li. 'l'l1omus lioxu-H, llnlpli limluilx. John Hzlllu. l':1vll livillo-ky, lim-rnnrnl Avxulistiile. llzlliiw-I liolvlw, l"l:lrry Ilomlmro-ki, Slznulvy Sxyplxoxx'-lxi. l"our1IlRum lflrlwzml Iixu-rf-ll. Karl ll-'lui-, l"i:lil1 llzlun-l, lQc1n'u'c Nlulil-Qu, Ahxvlll l'liylli- liry-iulx. I' Q Room I-LX - Mrs. E. Strojny ' ' f 5 n X' First Ron rl:-ft lu rivhtb liurlmlzi 'Q 11 lioroxul-.ie-xxif-1, Nlmion llillon, Mur- --:ln-I Nzwlc-. .lun-f liurlxliollz, Hloriu I lv:-liin-lxi, l':uIri4-in lfilim-i. Von- xe 'zulu-. liolnio-li, l"lorem'e liuvlry-, J Pi-llxm lfoliioy, lnirillr- l.:lhumlzl, Joyce NI15-1-. lm ii-0 Z.-lvl, Iitnli Srhlvirh- S1-ronrl Row l':1ul liorlinn-lxi, L+-o Zol- :.-xximz, lioilzulll l,loyfl, .Klitlirmy Griz- l'-'41-llirl-lll, ,Xnllirmy liluw. lfourlh Row l"r:iull f'o4'4-in. VVillizim l,1-In-lu-r, Vu-imx-1' l,lu-kin-wirz, Jose-ph Ilorzinxy, Jo-1-1-ll lla-ro-lx. QW? Room I5 - Mary Boyle l"ir-I Row Ill-ll lo riulxll 42121111 Nei:- '1' , If-L' : , njmx- , ary Am 'l'l1om:l-, liliznlwtli Szxllouzi, WYzui4l:1 .. . . .- , . .ii : ": ' ', -Q, 'i " '- ernatoxxirz. 5 5- ' .- '- , Shirley Hummel, .lumix l':wl-him-l-i. Marlene Elmy. .l4mf, Flo--M r Ul-ln-1'-ki, limitl- , Hman-, Nlznriv- S:-virx-nmn, luith .Kn- mlil-, lin-uinu Umolw-ki, Vhzirlene Yr-lun, .Xllvc-rl Ile-rnmn, limit'-rw Po- lwpir, Nmli'-it Solllon, Alam Wkltexw. I'hir1l Ron Vl.-m linln-rivk, Jo-Q-ph Swi- :oli-lxi, V14-mil-r lirl-xwru, .Xllvin link- .-', l,:nry Hxzm-, Hznolxl lic-wklc5', ,lo-rlwli lin-llvllu. Nurvi- Ynlmlou-ki, lQ4or1-4-'liloivllfg I-hlxxulil liunu-, Ilen- ry l'rln:m, Jmnu- liur-nr. I , I - I - vc! M' ly J Q-'Alf 0 ,' , v JJ ' l 2 J XJ , 1 J' lf X J1ijJJZV'x W. WV x , H f gg . Q N it if . kj 'f 7 . 'Q K . fl Y G If Ilifvqrl, X , I if X 'iff' 'I' ' r I 73 Roo - Anlho y DlkS3 5 1 , X First Row fleft to riuhtl Mary Rem ., th-raltlinv l'm-rmm'itc'h, C'arnlinv Kiran- itzski. l'hylli4 Vnflwfeki, Kathryn Vavrirk, liofalie- Zlotowski, Arlene- xg fiolalwek, Hvlvn Tulushetski, 'lihera-ra N Hiviazmlowxiti, Mary l?Ql"4-lice-, Lois K Brown, Marie Kofker, Shirln-y Orin. 'orond Row Hubert Mimluski, G1-ralcl VVvrmutli, Themlurv Miotlrzvwslxi, Cy- ril liilko, Barbara Yalmlc-vki, Marianna Jnnef, E4lwar1l Mirhalelt, Etlwarll liurowivki, Tetllly liienitowriti, Leon i Q c Vufhefski, Raymond 'annon, x Third Row Soverin Sz:-zm-1-inski, liirh- X :irml Kurhvnheclter, lionahl Nic-nf. Leon- arml Matlllmls-wrlxi, John W'alltowiak. Henry G1-rm-k, VVilliam Kotm-h. Eil- warrl Lerkowski. VVilliam George, Frank Fhic-kson, Kim-harrl Zypay, Eil- warrl Kamowsiti. scnl Rita Urlian, liila Shimv, llaviml flower, .1 , ' A i X ' uf ,MM-X - N . ri xg, QV- vz, , Room I8 - C. Smith First Row lleft to right! liuloref Pok- rinvhalx, lil-rnallinv l'eka1'olllti, Klara lirau-v, lmih llmlevlx, l'hylli- I'ucli- mutt, Jam- Ailama, liuvillv Vhrzan, Mary 'l'lmrnaf, i'harlutlv Nuvalt, l'ilainv lim-nu-ly, 'lihs-rv-a llontlto, Ilan'- nlhy fiI'llSlmin'XK'it'l. Juan llyclicr. Scconrl Row linnaltl 11:1-vvra, livmxzirll tiallcrlft, llenry Yoytnxh, .Xlfrwla Stavitwlti, Els-annr Sie-levirh, lhrrix Vilrlflxiel. Marie Sufinflti, 'l'hGl't'r2l Ho- zimfki, Norma St-hultz, Ruth Yarosz, Km-nnvth Jonw, .Xnuelu IM-Felice, Ecl- wartl Fastellini. Third Row Henry Zukoxwiti, Vrwl Ben- benek, Stanley Jarolin, Jos:-ph Sutt, Anthony Black, Rivharcl In-tizi, Alex Kotz, John Novak, llarry Smith. Eil- warml liakur, .-Xmlrew Solti-, Henry VVojm-ict-howski. Room 25 - A. Grudkowski First Row 4ln-ft to riuhtl Yaleria Ma- dajf-whki, H1-lo-n Mivhno, llernamline Kuskiewivz, Sophie Rarif, Ann lim-- likat, Anna llretkowrki. Eleanor Gor- ney, Thervsa Fzyzyk, Regina flurlta, Lorraine lhulurka, Eva liuclinas. Bet- ty Lou Thomas. Ruth Frirler. Second Row Ri:-hartl VW-iss, Robert Jones, Jofvph Shannon, VVilliam Palmvr, Eslmuntl Xajat-zkowaki, MHA vin Swithers, Vhn-ster Twarxloslti, Joielrh C'zerwinfki, l'et4-1' Starlts, Robert Roualslti. John Dillon, Third Row Jerome Lastowski, llelliert Humenick. V, nfl U 142 f WL' WNMALQH Q lyy WJ czmcfwzz cenee Of Om 7474 Sedan! Dafa Do YUI RPLALL Ihr day yye went to see the Freedom Tralll ' lhc ba ketball game 1n whlch the Faculty play ed agalnst the J V team ' The heavy snowfill th It eyenlng' The cheer practlce at the State Theatre the day before the Thanksglymg game' How the mllk boys were always late to Mr Leyman s l hy slcs Class' The yyonderful concert presented by the Amerl an NI rle Chorus " 'Ihe decoratlons IH M1s5 W1ll1ams French Class at Chr1stmast1me 'P Hoyy the boys dressed up ln thelr Sunday Best on the days they had Health classesq WIII YOU PVPR l'0RlFl Ihc many advantages brought to us through our neyyly amzed student COUDCIIQ 'I e long Chrlstm 1s vac 1t1on" The touchlng farewell speech made by Mr Schlmmel' Thc excltement 1n the cxndyroom when the glrls d1s coyered a mouse? The wonderful Grld DIHDGTQ The fine program presented by Lee Vlncent and hls orchestra? How the boys enjoyed haymg outdoor Health classes Hoyy many students volunteered to a1d 1n the March of Dlmes Campa1gn'7 RLMLWIBLR How we rll loyed to slng Mary dur1ng opemng sembly 'P The fine pre entatxon of the Gettysburg -Xddress by 'llr Dodle Haas on LIHLOIHS birthday " In the background the chorus softly hummlng thc Battle Hymn of the Republlc The yy onderful tlmes we had at the d mces ' The hy ely debates we had ln CINICS Clubq The speech made by lt Cunmnghtm concernmg the Marine Reserye Corps' Hoyy many perlods the members of the 'Nlannual Staff spent backstage takmv' subscrlptxonsq How nervous you were yyhen It was YOLR turn ta read the Blblel Ihe loyely flowers on the stage when Wlr Cronkt be came our new pr1nc1pal' Hoyy the students crowded around the bulletm board each week to see 1f they would be mon1tors" The Ilgskxn Irom' Hoyy eyeryone pulled down the decoratlons for souyemrs' How well yye enjoyed the opera Paghaccl " The fine cl IS 1cal musl presented at the annual Band Concertq The day ln our sophomore ye tr when the boys were excused from classes to ald the flood strlcken vlctlms of West N3Ht1LOk6 The clever scenery at the M1nstrel" The line per formances' Ihe campalgn speeches IH behalf of the candldates run mng for student councll OHICCS ' Hoyy proudlv the football players sported thelr N s" The trlumphant march through town after our ylctory oyer New port football te rm? How dlsgusted most of the fellows were yy hen the glrls adopted the New Look 7 The humorous classday skxt put on last year by the JUHIOTSI QThat was us k1d J How yye could not accustom ourselves to the new nlne perlod schedule lnaugurated ln our emor year' How sad we were dur1ng our last cheer practlceq Es p6C1llly when the Alma Mater was belng played? The shockmg t1me we had ID phys1cs class wh1le studylng electrlcltvl How yye appreclated the Macbeth records 1n Engllsh class 7 The mllllons of thmgs we forgot to put doyy n here I Y H V f ,Z ,I 1 jul-f f 1 ,, ,X 2 ff, - X L," ff! .f 1 J ' Q I yt I 'lf I X V X a 1 0 2 1 ' ' . ' , ' ' 0 . A i , . . . Vw ' ' , I I 1 I I 5 ' ' ' C . . 4 . 4 - . V v - - I - , I Y I . ' ' . - x 25 . . ' K 7 v v v 1 1 v D ' v r ' KA ,, I L . I I 1 . s C L . n n A L D I I Y rl sl C, s. s I , . 1 I - 4 K ' .' 'h . K tv v ' L- f - . . . . ff 1 ' 's ' 4 . f z - ' v ' ' 1 1 Y . . L V C. 1 i 1 v v x Y ' , . . , 1 . . 1, I 1 J P - - . . J' ' J - . . , . Y . , , , ' ' as , rr ' ' ' . , , , - ' u , ' -vw v Y p ' . Z S C , v ' -1 v 4 V s 1 w 1 V. I , 1 . A A A 4 I A 1 . . . . H X 1 V , iv A . , . x ,, o1'fZ . I 1 , 'h ' 1 r. . ' 1 . 1 . 4. . ' - I - ' r ' 1 - ' ' ' ,, . . . - ' ' . - x - .1 - . . . X D. . E . S .Au - . hi i. - K .- ' . , ' 1 . 7, 7 ' ' ' 2 . v , ' , . V' . -1 v -l 5 A' ' . . . t X . ', 1 1 1 y v v . v ' H . JY ' ' . ' ' ' c 35- - - 2 ' ' ' . . 1 H . . ,, V . V . I . 1 ' ' v a 4 y ' n K ' r- . . . . K4 ' H , 4 ' I v - , .' ' ' . . 5 1 v 1 x v v 1 A I ,1 ' ' Y ' u. 1 ' I 1 ff , l ,fi y , l' 111 If 1 I lf 1 I 5, A A ' 'v f E l Room 3-Miss Esthc-r l.. liisller First Row 1ln'l'T lo lifllll l"iliZnlu-lli l'lyI:w1-, lll'lll'lt'll1l Hvxixti, Mary Ho. unln. ll'-lvn filiznivvllu, Rnill Ki-uuullxki .Xlmsi linllu, lMlnl'0x lihfilxlin-lxi, .lun- 01 imap:-1. bt:-lla l,llni-, Rowe' lilnxl. Svconrl Ron 'l'l1we--zu fVlul'kou-l-ii, Su-- I-lwn lwrkuxki, .lo-4-pli Sir:-ru, llulwrt l4'xtk:i, l'I1Iu:el.lVyuin-ki,.I:nn1-X linlv. l.sun fi:nr-lyxixlxi, l'hilip Mi:-om-i, 'l'li1nn:ux Own-IIN, 'l'lnnnnx llzuix, 121-111-- ximv- Ni-kllm-lil. Ahsc-nl 1'l1:u'ls-- Milla-, Nnnry l,uxun4l:1. Room 6- Miss Sylvia Cimmvt First Row Ali-ft to liuhlb Sylvia Moellzi, Knnu fhn-vnu-ki. Nunvy I.:-e Ree-. .lcun Vlzilrmxki, Jrmn linninxxwlxi, Yzmnii Rivls-rl l':11'olylx lnloxivlx, Sylvia l'r:ixulzilx, JL-:iliiivllv Hole-nilrieaki, Vnrol NY:-i-N. lil.-ziiirvn' Vlfurlrin. S1-rondkow Shirley I'oznnlx, Nlzirilyll lmwif, .Iolin linxpvn, .Xnthruny l.axx4 Velwe. Henry Junoalxi, Rolwrt Svhim- mel, Stanley Jonce, l,wmnl'nl Mzisakow- xiii, llvtty YnmleAl'mzil'k. Eslha-1' fll'?llll, .lean Orloslxi. Third Row Slnnley Ruminwlxi, .Xllxvri Ulnlfivlnl, 'l'l1eo1lor'4- l'1-limi-lilm, lixmf-iw 'l'Iu'l1-y, Vllairluw Tliomna, Furl Mundy. Room 7 - Miss Ella Nlundy First Row ll:-ft to right Irene Viiiun, Nlvlnliie Viomirfmlan, l"lnrem'v Lipinxki, fvlzirim- Ns-xzroni. Arlinv firmiihlii, Vlnlza Ann Musial, Kathleen Hralmw- xlxi, IH-1-f-lin Snxinfki, I.oif 'I'11l'le5', l"1'z1m'eN lnvelli. Sc-cond Row .Ioxeph Oluzewfki, llaniel lluzillxlxl, George fir'ex'v1'n, Ruymonri linxh:-lli, Vaxiniil' Kuznivki. .Xlvin Rziwmnx, .Io-4-pli Ynnovitf-h, Mivhziril Plum-hail. l"1'nl1lx Rumunoxxrl-ii. Thirrl Rovx Rn-nncilx llull, John Smilh, lYillinm l'i'ir'e. ll:-nrv 'l'ok:n'. A bsenl-Molly Svhxx za rtz, Room 8 - Nlr. fhickson Fir-I Row Vlefi tu: Huh!! llq-lii'ic!Tz1 l'i114-zu.. 'lihrrvxu Knlimfxk-I-ii. M2115 llnlnzir.-Ai, lmwvrii fl1i2u'l'liIiXr,i, Syl- '.i:i Szn.rr'l-ii. .lonn l'ilwlUl-, Joni. limi-lin, llfln-1. S115--Un-ki, l4'Imm,f-x- llivlilufxx-ki, l.1r":ilnv liw.:1lwXl.1. lmi- Zulu--ki. Sm-mul Rom lilninn l..g'r,n. 'l'ln-mini. llnx-nn, liilunul llmviziinmxlxi. lim,- nlll xK'llllHl1l-, linlwi! lull-xlxi, lionalri NVQ-lntm, Jn-1-gin NVn::ilxorn-l,i, .Xi- lihnn-0 Svliimnzl, Jolin l.m-unix-5, Xni.:i Sunllu, 'I'hir1l Rom Jnxi-pli Sa-mlvlx, Me1'lyn lflf If-lx'-1, l'nV I 11-lx Suv'-nv. g , . ian! 1 fry ff K, A li ? Hifi? 'k'n'f'L!W9 x ' - " 93. 'f 'y""'-rv v IID ' " x 5 R M55 X' , A 2" xg 8 1,5 22,9 PZ f4:..ffQ" 3 "' Qfswqfxg 4 'M I Q Q , ', ' 44' V 5 Haig? 'lv-3 fi 1 'V x 1 K .L 1...-fx - T-X , ,.'v!1lgv? f' . W Q ' '. K Q 3 ir t 3 Z 1 Q 3. ,Q 4 4 wg if' A ' E1 f2'ff'q K W U-1, RAM Z :' Qu ff ., 1--X 5, ag Q I ,.,f W' EJ K - u... 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I" l' I' I ali, K1th H'l 1'-h1k, li-tty F'l" . fix-1'11lmlinc M114 '51, Hose .'-lhcnl Q ' ' ' 'ff '1' ' 1 A '.' 1 ' . '1 " 's", '-11,-' o's z ".', 0' ', Y1111c'1c 41111 ' 1 f Nantlcoke Hlgh School D1 oglessed a step falthel thls yeal by adoptlng a Student boy 61 nment O1gan1zat1on Thls olganlzatxon was establlshed p11ma11ly to fOSt91 a mole democlatlc feellng among the students and to selve as an ald to the adm1n1st1at1ve de pal tment It also acts as a means th1 ough whlch the ent11e student body can voxce tllell vlews and op1n1ons Among the newly assumed dutles of the Student Govel nment 01g2lH1Z3lZlOI1 ale the appolntlng of monltol s, the o1gan1z1ng ot a home loom commlttee, and the handllng of donatlons fo1 va11ous chautable causes The Student Councll and the Assembly plomoted and ca111ed out a ve1y successful campalgn 1n the NHHt1COk6 area fox COIlt1lbL1t10HS to the Malch of Dlmes fund We hope the Student Gove1nment01gan1zat1on w1ll develop and prospel ln the com mg years .ful ,X ,fr jeff U first Row tleft to light! fexald R nfl felalml kengol kl Betty Deie all Joan Maylock Seclet.-ny Dellhlne Blocku Dololes Poklm Lhalm Tlea ulel Fl mol 1 xney Jean Lubm kl Shnley ULIB Jo elh Holanzey Jack Jone Second Row M llxlleuafn Sgon or if-one Hume FIHHCIS Baron -hthuz Dau fuald Pokunchak Joseph Balno kx Challe Rehkopf Iyelrle-nt le-onaxrl c,lZll'l ku Mr Nami null Npnnr-on Absent l,ll0l6 Raiadou lu Yue l-'lex-ld Nl Flrst Row deft to rlghty Rose Jones Joan Wems Edward Stachowuak Barbara Warakonwkx Second Row Betty De Cesarw Doloree Greytak Margle Herman Wllllam Howells Catherlne George Cla1re Sherxdan 4 . . i . , v Y. . v - s 1 ' - , Y Y . v . . . v , . ' . -9 - y v 1 y l-'irst Row lleft to rightj-Loretta Golembeski, Patricia Filippi, Barbara Kozloski, Barbara Korcmkiewicz, Shirley Hummel, Lorraine Kovaleski. Second Row-Marion Powell, Adeline Nieminski, Joan Blaylock, Joan Pryce, Luis Reshke, Sylvia Iioback. .A I xv ' ll "' V 3 ' xl ., l K , on. s-qw li JW W 'Me Zend ,111 Plus! Rum tleft to htb Me1l,n Fletchel Joan Hillel Ruth Ruddul bylxld Vlflggzoxel Betty Jane RIGNEN Alma Bdlld Nfxomx kulex Jomn lleckex Beth Clxemel bhllles Dxxxnpont Ruth Habexchalx RIM hi-dmv! Hlldd Balld Th90d0l9 HUYNOH Ch 1 tune Romln fhlld Row Wxlllxm 111 E lu 0 oullh Ron 'vlulln Si mlex Ilnoge lu '1 .Lame XIXIUI Helolrl fxlluou lxy John Jonex Jlme VN Arkln Inc xNllllAl'Tl Sqhxenex lxsnneth Jone AlflEll fxmnxe-Llu Jo eph WOlyl'x'1 EdXN2.lll Supexlxo Ruhxul Luclmf Lux eph Chlvin John PM eclu fhoma Mont John hoxu le llxxnl Howell Robert 1101.41 lu Donald fobdclx -Xlbell Biker Benjamin Howells Leon Deckex I1xx1n bnwlu btephxn Le ko l. A l 1 1 . . 'J' X' U f I U 9 , Q D " G l 4' KT ji-PM Q Q U' . 'Ei' .W . If My 4 -X , A, 7 3 3 , Lv , " 4 :S 1 Second Rowfllireflox' George V, Sheenler, Ronald Lloyd. .AKIZIIIST Plodwick. Rohn-Vik B0lTZ, Edward Blockum MHVY Williamf, SYlVi2l Shiner , .1 'Y .,.2 ,nu ,... :I V! S-A l :Al 5 dvr' 4- l' :Y 1'e1-- va f, J f ' ',: , 'As "', ' 's , 's. F ' . 1 " " las. z " ' w, ' " ' W ' ' , . ' 1 ' '. 4' ' ' .', 1 ' -, ' " ' D- - ORCHESTRA rst Ram 1l ft 1 1 mm 1111 11 1 1 1 I11 H11 ll 1 El17f1bet 11.111 Ilo1o1 1 X 1 eu 111 NQ171 111ex1 1 ec11ndRov1 Jom Hlllel ll1x11l Howell I I N 1 1 Xl 1 N 11 Leon ll11l111 Hlllblil fxolm ke Th0ml Mont X11to11.f1 M11l1o11 l11 1rd Row J hn lm l11 11 ll 11111 111 N111e1l11 W1 l11m 5K lelllll SENIOR B XXII 'VIIUVIHFRS I 0 Lht 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11,1 N11me1 1ul 1 1 Ie, 11 11 11 J11 Qph Wodw 'VIR 1 FORGE SHP I' DI' R 'Vlusu SUDEIWISOI A l Fi 5 ' -- tu -iuhtr Ritz S111 ', J: 's Pot lm: , Martha Hmyxon, I th :le"h: li, h M1 l'j, ' hg Vial S, Syl "1 N'i '. f1'1-l1, l'h:11'lutt1- Mal l 'xl1A, Olin Vzlliuxki. 'U- 1' ' ', 1 ' N, 'um Vi-1111-11'-l1i. Jam -1 N'i"111, Mr. .1l1G'l9I', 1 ' 2' s , 15 Th' ' - 0 "'w-1- ', J h J ff, H11 'z1'1l 1' 1 "1, 'l 'z ."h' ' " .' 1' 1 1' . 1. 1 .' 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II-I ' I I I I In ' " - , f"'f' --1' 'fr Y Y-ff"-' ' 4A H , X , E x J " A I f F , 5 I 2 ' 5 "5 5' . . l 1 Seated fleft to Tlghtl John Namxinlak Aasmtant John Kanyuck A Qlstant Football Coach and Track Coach Dutch Wermouth D1rector and Football Coach Eddle Chlampl Baseball Coach and Basketball Coach Alex Grudkowskl Wreathng Coach Standmg Charles Major Asalstant Football Coach Adam Yastremskx Asmstant Basketball Coach Tony Dlksa Asslstant Football Coach Hmm MARIO CIPRIANI WILLIAM DUDECK FRANK MAJFWSKI DR B A STEGLR-X ALEX WYSOCKI LEWIS SWEITZER HARRY DYKINS J FRED JONES MARTIN GRONIKA Secxetaxy Tleasurex Faculty Managez Supexmtendent Pxmcxpal 5' v,-.. 'Ll I ' '- ' A Q .1 J 4 J' if , , 1 N , MICMIRICICS Ulf THE l"U0'l'BAl.l, TEAM LEAVING THIS YEAR Kneeling llflft to rightl-Hub Sulew ski, Al Williams, Joe Kawc-zenski Harold Williams, llenry Klugf-r. Standing-Nick Paulus, Charles llzn' vey. Hob llornfski, Mike Dreczka. Vince Shemzmski. i 7 S Y .Q Q Q ' .,- U' ffl W 2 Vi Lf? 5' .V f Q .EM - ZH ZZ fi? pllif :' Q ii :m9, ..'!. Q 1 f ' -9' 1, ,, ,. ,, 5 I I ' M ,W J wg 'f ' fkigelvg If , 57 Vl., 1 l 5 4 , f iw K : 1 ,F . ., ' ' ' '7' Y 1 4.1 f V 4 if M V, 7 1 f 2" 2' ,E ' - 1 W L- .,'-i " . ' f X ,H ,A -i M, - Q I x 4- " 123539 365,12 ass-42 i235-2 17 I-'irwl Rum 'li-fl in livhll Mike liner-vl-lu. .Xl VVilli:nm-, Nirl' l'.i'llu-, ,Xllfhf-ii-wg Wlflivz, Hull Slilunxxli, Jn' lialnrll-Ilxlxi, linu- llzui-, lflsuivi- liumii, Yinrv-nt Sheniun-l-li, Holi limvvf-ki, ll-llry KIWQQ-1. SQ-rond Row Tpx lmrjiexxic-z, Jun- IH-ii-him-ki, Fhgiy-lv-X ligiru.-y, llniwlil lie'-l-Xlffy, I'm.l f':'i-lm, Slilv- Yarwix, .lug N21-hivl-X, Stun- l.y lnrmlulu-ki, Harnlml WYilliarn-, Jun- Shannon. 'l'1my l'iXmfIY5'. Third Row Iflvlmwrul Xzngufzlmxx-lxi, TMI lliinlum-lxi. lillxxzazml l'vi--Z, SW-xv N11--si, lx il liilf,-.t 1,4 zilfl l'--rrnlwx.1-, Vhzulf-r l'lvk1'5, l'z-Im liurt.-l-lzi, iii:-hmnl Zvlnlnz'-ki, .X1'hui' llzixi- li-lxxmil lyxxiifhl Fnurlh Row llill Ywlm-zks-, Vhmle- Sul-vrkn, .Im-lx F14-21111, 'l'14l:ly Sliluilrfriix, l":zi1.'N 1'mwi:i, Jw- Ynmf. fi, llmiulll Svllimvm-l, llill l,vtf'hx-:, Vhmle- Vizonl. Mike l'lum-hm. John lizlllu. Fifth Row Juvl-X llillor.. Euluxiwl Vu-Yellayii. Nzirvlx Yalnlnnxlxi, .Xllueln lil- Fe-li:-rl, livrnlri l'1,lxi'ir.r-hz.A, liivlmirl l.:-lizi, Hula Murkmx-lfi, Ric-haul Iimlmwfl-li, Henry iiiurti, llfxnalrl XVilllam-, Tinlulhy Swv:-lm. 744-tial! Coach "Dutch" Wermuth's first step to improve the football team was to obtain four assistant coaches, namely: John Kanyuck, trainer, "Tony" Diksa, line coachg John Namisniak, backfield coach, and Charles Major, freshman coach. Other qualities that contributed to the success of the team are conditioning, good tackling and blocking, team spirit, and teamwork. As a reward for their success- ful season, the team saw two games-one, the Bears- Eagle clash, the other, the University of Pennsylvania- Princeton encounter, and received sweaters. Nanticoke's all-scholastic back, Bob Borofski, voted by the fans the most popular player in the valley, received the Jones Evans trophy. Charles Harvey, by the vote of the athletic council and coaching staff, received the W.H. W.L. award Both trophies were presented at the First Community Grid Dinner, sponsored by the Kiwanis, Lions, Rigtary, and Businessmen in appreciation of the team's e orts. Nans 26 ................................ Shickshinny 0 Our team's weight and experience proved too much for our opponents. "Al Williams", on a "quarterback sneak", went 45 yards in the opening quarter for the first score. Bob Borofski's 38 yard run accounted for the second while H. Williams and C. Harvey caught passes for the other two. Nans 0 ........,...........................,,.. Meyers 27 In our first conference game in Lincoln Stadium, Mey- ers' speed and good blocking accounted for 14 points before the Nans could get started. The "Mohawks" broke up all our plays, blocked the efforts of the backs, and tallied two more touchdowns with their deceptive "Y" formation. Nans 7 ..........................,,.,,....,.. G. A. R. 0 The "Grenadiers" were slight favorites in this game played at Meyers Stadium. A trick play on the 25 yard line from punt formation gained 15 yards and the crucial first down. Darjiewicz caught a fourth down pass in the corner of the end zone for the lone score of the game. Nans 6 .,...........,.......................... Hanover 6 A large crowd at Hanover Stadium cheered the excel- lent blocking of the linemen and the open field running of the backs. The Nans, taking advantage of a bad pass from center, scored within the first two minutes as Harvey caught a pass in the end zone. Hanover tied the score on a plunge. Although the game ended in a tie, it was a moral victory. Nans 7 , ....................................... Coughlin 0 This victory avenged the previous Meyers defeat for now we had beaten two of the three Wilkes-Barre schools. Kawczenski was the "backbone" of the line as it played a brilliant defensive game in repulsing the drives of the swift Coughlin backs. Our only touchdown was made on a three yard plunge by Dreczka. Nans 13 ,,,,..,.......,.........,,.,........,.,. Luzerne 8 In a thrilling night game played at Meyers Stadium, Sulewski's blocked punt gave B. Borofski his opportunity to score on an off tackle play. Although Luzerne scored, the local boys were still leading 7-6 with five minute play- ing time remaining. Then Luzerne blocked a punt for a safety and an 8-7 lead. Regaining possession of the ball, the Nans marched 80 yards in four plays-climaxed by Bob Borofski's 44 yard dash to score. Nans 26 .................................... Newport 13 Although B. Borofski's touchdowns gave us a 12 point lead in the annual "Mitchell Day" encounter, Newport rallied to lead 13-12. All the visitors' attempts were checked by a superior line, led by Kluger, and a blanket- ing pass defense. In the final period, Borofski and Dreczka scored, and the team was driving for the goal line when the final whistle blew. Nans 7 ...................................... Kingston 0 At Kingston, in our second night game of the season, the team, displaying great spirit, repelled an early Kingston drive-one of five goal line stands all season- on the three. In the second half, the fact that we changed the color of the ball, which resembled the opponents jer- seys, aided the team. Rigid conditioning paid dividends as we scored in the final three minutes on Borofski's 15 yard run. Nans 7 ........................................ Berwick 12 The Nans were confident of another win in this game played under the lights at Berwick. The chilly weather and hard vicious tackling caused many fumbles, one of which Berwick converted into a score. In the third quarter we led '7-6 on Borofski's plunge, but Berwick forged ahead in the final minutes to make the score 12-7. Nans 0 ...........................,........,. Plymouth 7 This "Turkey Day Classic", witnessed by a capacity crowd proved that the town is once more athletically minded. The Nans fought stubbornly for three quarters, but finally succumbed in the final five minutes. We just couldn't get going as we missed two crucial first downs by inches and had a long run to the opponent's three yard line nullified by a penalty. 4 VARNITX BASlxl"lBALl bQl All W ln, in I M 17 1 ldllt l lflm HAH I PIII 0 1 lfllll lgfll llel' UI 1 6 lllli ll lll l lt E fhnmll Lua After producmg ronmstent champlonxhlp teamx at Sxnoxerulle Coach lf ddle Chlampx xtarted hm lirit Qeaeon 'xt Nantlcoke I'he 'Nans xxon G of 16 games plated and made 637 of the foulo trled Nevertheleaf, he was bulld mg for the future and has Qeweral promlsmg candldates returnlng fl' IRST H XLPJ Nam S9 Coughlan 4b Coughlm led at the half 71 10 our opponents 1n the Qecond half 4 irlx ead Nan-. 4b lendarskl plaxed 1 brllllant NN lll Nans Z8 Hanox ere Small gx mnaelum Although thex hid dlfflcultx ln C ax r1sh scored ten pomts Although we outscored we could not eraee then' Meg ers 45 offensne and defensne Hanow er 'lb handlcapped the Nane settlng up thelr plaw Nans 38 Berwlck 43 Although we led at the half 1918 Berxxlck makmg more foulx than we dld 1n the laet perlod won bv a close m ugm 'Mins 29 lx A R b A t1ght fone defenee on a small court contrlbuted to our dcfeat Wxlhams vxa the onlx Wan to crack the zone is he scored 18 po1ntQ Xanx 18 Newport '37 Vhth Wlllllma and Sulhxan combmlng for 32 polntx thr Ixanx decmxelx beat thelr Toxxnehlp rn als at the local LX llllldNll.llTl 'Nans 40 lxlngston 14 Sulllx in A lo pomtx were to no mall an lxmgston out stolul u lll uerx qu utcr Nans 17 Plynl0Llll1 34 The Nans plaxmg a cautxoua bxll game led It h lf tune 12 11 Plymouth ralhed to lead at the quarter and then scored 15 pomte to wm the game CSECOND H XI PJ Nano 4, Coughlan 34 Puckeyq 16 polnts alded the Nam IH obtamlng their Hrat wln of the Second half at the expense of Coughhn Vans 48 'Nley ers '37 Wxlhams Darjxexx 107 and Sulluan paced the Nan wcormg attack wlth 43 po1ntQ a we won the cpond Qtr ught game Nana 37 Hanour 38 Hanover managed to Qcore the hn xl b Nket ln thl thx Ill 1ng nee Save battle and to edge the Nam bx a xmgle polnt Bans 23 Berwlck W lhw vsaa an exen contest for three quarterx a nflthu team could plerce the other 4 zone of defen e Hoxuxtr the Bulldogs outscored ue bx 14 pomtx 'Vans 4b l G A R led throughout the gxme The N me 1 xlhed 1n the final perlod to tle the Qcore at 40 ln the extra perlod, W1lll3mQ scored the team Q SIX pomtx to edge the 1 rxvale bx one polnt Nans 48 Newport 11 The Score of thls Conte t at 'Ven port Contmuallx sxxawed Although we emox ed a 48 44 lead Newport til hed sewen pomte to turn the tdle of the game 'Nlans 40 lXll1gSl0ll Sh All plaxers Scored ln upsettmg the Hu klQ5 Due to a mlsunderetandmg between tvso plaxelx lxmgeton refused to plav the final twenty fixe econdi and NdlltlL0lxP xxon by forfeit Nans 42 Plw mouth 70 Although Sulllxan Cfaxrwh and Wlhmms stored 3 pomts, vue could not Qtop Plxmouth IX foot e1ght mth center from makmg baakets v V . 7 1 - , v 1 . . 1 . 4 . lfirsl R0 ' llefl to " fhtb A. l'is' fly, 'l'. lla 'jie 'i ' ., T, C' yoke-, J. ll " l, A. 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"' 3" -xx HH 'X ur :T 'V ' .5 'xg -M ' 7 , f, I ' ', AW, , .Q V7 U' P' 5 is l WRESTLING SQUAD First Row lleft to rightl Donald Schimmel, liohert Murkowski, Joseph Wasiukowski, Joss-ph Kawczenski, Gerald Vyganowslti, Francis Baron, liichznwl Sie-Vgiej, Alfred Znaniecki, Eugene .-Xndrukite. Iinhp,-Y mmm,-Ski' Em,-H,-41 pl.,-ez, Jim Km-gm-A Second R0wfAlex Giwlmlkoxyski, Couch: Roller! Zaleski. Ha1'1'y llombrosltl, Enlwawl Castellini, Joseph fli'yskiewi1'z. Eilwzirtl Prict-, William Kaydo, lddward Mera, Edward Grevera, Daniel Prichnik, Rich:-uwl Weiss. Third Row Emlwznwl Meek, Paul Horlan, Mamma-rg Angelo Mir-occ-i, Manager: Francis Kawevki, Manager: James Vivian, Stan- ley Mera, Harold VVex'muth, Athletic llirector. Absent Michael Sivick. Starting his first year as wrestling coach, Mr. Alex Grudkowski's first step to assure a better team Was to enter the Nans in the Y.IV1.C.A. Tournament. In the Dis- trict Meet, Andrukite and Znaniecki reached the semi- finals. The wrestlers were feted at a banquet given by the American Legion Post 350 on March 16. Nans 21 .......,,,,,,,......,...,,,.....,,.. Coughlin 24 Sivick and Andrukite scored decisions and Zlotowski, Znaniecki, and Kluger registered falls to put the Nans in front 21-19. In the bout, the heavyweight champion of the valley pinned Drozdowski of Nanticoke to win the match. Nans 27 .....,......,..,...................... Meyers 15 Kursar, Zlotowski, Andrukite, Washik, and Kluger won by a decisiong Kawczenski fought to a drawg Siergiej and Cyganowski pinned their opponents to give the Nans a well-deserved victory over the "Mohawks". Nans 5 ,...i........,..,,,...,......,.,,.,.,. Kingston 36 A more experienced Kingston team displayed superior skill in defeating the local grapplers. Znaniecki was the only Nan to score a victory. Nans 15 ........,,,,,...,......,......,.....,. G. A. R. 25 Andrukite and Cyganowski pinned their opponentsg Kawczenski fought to a draw: Znaniecki won by decision. However the "Grenadiers" triumphed. Nans 5 ..,...,...,...........,.........,. Forty Fort 37 Prichnick, our only winner, scored on a fall. The vet- eran Forty Fort, district and valley champions, managed to win the remaining ten bouts. Nans 14 ,,,,..........., ,,,......,........,, H anover 25 Although Znaniecki, Kursar, and Sivick won by de- cision and Prichnick won on a fall, Hanover won the re- maining bouts to defeat the Nans. Nans 25 ..............,............,....., Plymouth 12 In this match the Nans led throughout, as Andrukite, Perez, Znaniecki, Kawczenski, and Povliches gained de- cisions, and Prichnick and Sivick won on falls to give the Nans their second victory. Letter Winners Class Weight Kursar ,,..,. ,,,,,.,, 2 35 Zlotowski .... ..,. 1 03 Andrukite .. ,.,, 112 Perez .,...... .,,, 1 20 Znaniecki .... ..,. 1 27 Washik ...... ,,,. 1 33 Sivick .......... ,,,, 1 38 Kawczenski .,,, 145 Cyganowski .,.., ..., 1 54 Sierglej ........,,,,.......,.,.i,,,., ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 1 65 .Nay A N, J , 5 .J WM we ' K gdddfdll VX d 1 a C n Boo P o Sta mg P ty H Dy 1 M H n 'I' D rms. V She A Lt E Thu '1 1, 1 H 1n l tzk 0 Y eM Po ent A Wet I 1948 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Thuz sday Aplll Z9 Nantlcoke at Shlckshlnny Thulsday May 6 Monday May 10 Thulsday May 13 Monday May 17 Thulsdfmy May 20 Monday May 24 T1ll1lSd3.W May 21 Nant1COk9 at Newpo1t Lal kSVll16 at N3Ht1COk6 Open Game Sh1cksh1nny at Nantlcoke N3Ht1C0k6 at Plymouth Newpo1t at N3Ht1COk Nantlcoke at Lalksvllle Aftel sex elal successful seasons at SVlf0y8lV11l6 M1 Clllilmpl has come to coach baseball at 'Nanhcolxe As sew 91 al Vetel ans ale 1etu1n mg flom last seal s team he has hopes of lepeatlng the pel f0l mance of the cl1'1n1p1o11sh1p te lm of 1946 BASEBALL TEAM Seate lleft to rixzhtj HE. Zajaczakowski, H. W'lliams, S. Y' chwan, . Hilko. S. Eva , R. 1' fski, G. Brand, A. isc tty. nd' 7 'acul Manmrer . k'ns, B. iodowski, E. Cywinski, M. u char, . a '-wicz, , - manski, . in-hkowski, J. Kawr-zenski, N. Tirpak, J. Balla, Coach . Chiampi. 'rd Rnw-fM.na 'el' S. Dropeski, Mamszel' G. a' vs, W. W0 '11, T. Mont, C. 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I ' ' . , v .7 w - ' v ' - L C 1 ' . c ' Q D 2 . .4446 Well ,-4nd 7 We the members of the Class of 1948 of Nantlcoke Hlgh School County of Luze1 ne Common wealth of Pennsylvanla belng of good health and of sound mlnd and bemg des11ous of d11ect1ng as to how ou1 estates shall be d1Sp0Sed aftel our depal ture 1n the presence of these wltnesses do heleby make thls ou1 Last W1ll and Testament WF WILL To OUI teachers we leave To the Jun1o1s we leave the mantle of sen1o11ty ll0pllIg' lt doesnt welgh too heavlly on you1 shouldels Iohn Hook w1lls h1s towe11ng helght to Hutch CNeed we say HI0167, l lClldld S1e1g1e1 bequeaths h1s cully han to I 1ch nd Ko7lowsk1 Anna lncell1 hands down he1 French translatlons to Joan I ule Hen1y Skopek w1lls h1s fine penmanshlp UD to L6011c11d W3Shlk Celald B1 and leaves h1s Brand of Jokes to An gelo De Fellce GIHCG I ees bequeaths he1 lovely red halr to Ann J1m XIIVIHII and Bob Boltz 1nher1t Andrew Hlom chak and Ed Meck s ab1l1ty to harmonlze Stanley D1OZd0WSk1 leaves h1s athletlc bulld to Gelald Pet1okon1s Puth Cheblo bequeaths her posltlon as Pockette to Betty Jean Wasenda Lols Jennlngs leaves her extenslve waldrobe to Joan Claue SOV1HSk1 Deen Valence lnherlts Jean Butkas etlel vescence Ioseph Jones w1lls h1s lnfectlous smlle to Edwa1d Supe1 ko Ldna Sabol hands down her ab1l1ty to glggle to I ose Jones Dan Vt altmg leaves h1s ll'lt619St 1n sclence to Hal old Glabowske Joan P1106 lHlI911tS the posltlon as head maJo1 ette hom L01 etta Golembesk1 C 91 aldlne Hampton leaves he1 warbllng ab1l1ty to Glo11a KOSh1HSk1 Leon Decke1 bequeaths h1s capaclty to eat a b1g I lta Stamel w1lls he1 cololed lllllllled glasses Ma1ga1et Coccla Mary Haydock lnherlts the keys fO1 the candy loom fl om Nancy Domb1osk1 Chuck Sulllvan leaves h1s speed on the basket ball coult to Chal les Puckey Petty Job bequeaths he1 colo1 ful pettlcoat to Clldl lotte Matulewskl Paul G01 ka w1lls h1s d1aw1ng ablllty to Ieo Wls n1ewsk1 Dolothy Snela 1nhe11ts John Supkowsk1s 16 tlcence Annetta A1tyS6W1CZ leaves he1 sh1mme11ng na1l pollsh to Irene Janoskl Lall Lohman bequeaths h1s ab1l1ty to be well d19SSed to F1 ank Boguszewskl Blenkowskl Ponny Wllhams w1lls h1s Jolly laugh to Joseph Shannon Dolo1es Wachowskl hands down he1 1nte1est ID CIVIC affairs to Helen Gozdzlaszek Tom Cooke leaves h1s ab1l1ty to keep a classloom al1ve wlth laughter to Olga B1lle1 P1ta Borofskl leaves he1 f116I'1dllIl9SS and good mannels to Katherlne GQOI ge lzllalne Tu1ne1 bequeaths he1 popula11ty to Patll Cla Buckley Lhzabeth Maday bequeaths he1 seat 1n the orches t1a plt to Olga Cal1nsk1 The Sen1o1 Tech s leave the shop and equlpment to then undelclassmen 1n the hope they W1ll take bettel cane of lt Any othel belongs We leave to be dlSp0S6d of as thought best Slgned and wltnessed on thls 10th day ot June 1n the year of ou1 Lo1d nlneteen hun dled and fo1 ty elght Wltnesses U B SEPIOUS lunch to Doc DOIIIS I M HAPPY I f , . . , ' , ' - , . . . . 1' ' ' ' ' - " to . . , . . 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' .C . .C ' 97 CONGRATULATIONS TO TH E SENIOR CLASS OF 1948 '754Z6cm 7404676240 ' ' IT COULDN T BE DONE Somebody sald that lt couldn t be done l ut he vuth a chuckle 1epl1ed That maybe It couldn t but he would be one Who wouldnt has so tlll he d tlled So he buckled ll ht IH wlth a tlace of a gun On hls face If he wo111ed he hld lt He stalted to sung, IS he tickled the thlng That couldnt be done md he d1d It Somebodx scofied Oh you ll neu 91 do th It At le lst no one else h Ls done lt l ut he tool oil lllS co It ind he tool otf his h 1 And the fust thmg We knew he fl begun VN lth a1l1ftOflllS chln md 1 blt of 1 gun Wlthout am doubung., Ol qllldfllt Ile st uted to Slll IS he tlcl led the thnng., Th it councln t be done and he dld It 'l hex e ale thous mfle to tell you ll1ClIlIlOl1 be clone Thele ue tl1OUS'llldS to D10llllQSX fulule rIlN-216 ale thousfznds to pfllllt out to you one by one The cl lngels th It vw ut to aseall you But just buckle ln wlth a b1t of a gun Just take off 503.11 coat and go to It Just stalt to Slllg' as you tackle the thlllg That cfmnot be done and you ll do It Authol ldg u A C uest OEICQI 5 Vlce P1eQ1clent JANII S X OI PICFI I l c5GClQtdlX JOHN CI RBARA l1H1T1C1llSQQlGtl1X HERNIAN CI IOREI I l T1e IQUICI STEVE TRANI Ll Y 7 X ' ' s 3 , c v 1 ll 1 , ' v va v , 1 v , ' , a. - g l . 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A A A C II I INII OI' Mayor JOHN PAULUS Courrcilmen THOMAS H COOKE FRANK MARCINKOWSKI WILLIAM WILLIAMS EDWARD KOIVVALSKI City Solicitor ATTY PETER KANJORSKI City Clerk JOSEPH RAPADUSKI City Controller WALTER GRITSAVAGE City Treasurer STANLEY BAKER Chief of Police JOHN SMERESKI THE CITY ADMINISTRATION Congratulations 1948 SEN!ORS BEST WISHES FOR YOUR TUTUPP SLC FI SS 0u1 Dallv EfT0ltS Ale Spent To! ne X ou the Fmest ln Photoglaphw IL ON L ' PH OT OGRAPHER 1?fhS NIfXPIxI TSIRI' FT NANTIC Okl IA Tel hh OXI-I THEIIXIHI A111 4 1 v1 --w V 4 XJ ,XJRA 1 .Y u 1 'iv Y . l 9 I . v . C v vw AJ A S. ,,y vw wrw 1 v v , vw D . 4 1 4 s.A- L 4 44 ... 4, 4. 'W s vi-3 J: vrw 1- 'wb 1- Jk LJ, 4- L1 You are now laced with the most important decision of your life--choosing Q career. Before you make your fmal cholce rt would pay you to look mto the Wonderful oppor tumtres that are before you 1n the UNITED STATES ARMY AND UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BI S1 WISHI 5 10 THE LLASS Ol' 43 Blsconhnl and Sons Coal Company an Strlpplng Lontraetors v meme P1 5 11605111 c FST NAWICQM PA Telephone Nfmtlwke 535 I ' ' xssisisss ' K 5"45s'4.?s'4'sTs's " 41 1 Y 4A T1 W J lx A T 4 CG 99 4 LJ f, I . . lTHldCl'j1'i'0lll'ld Mlning . . 1 .-ll' U'x:Lr3 N. ,I S 'Z ir S . 1 LYS ,J YQ, ' u o 4 A O BI SI WISHI S ANI? SUCCI SS THI+ SI4 NIOI1 CLASS OF 1949 FII MS IDI X I I OI INC md I I IN FIWG CAIVILRAS Photo Supphes fm Home Dex elopmg find Plllltlflg M0115 P10J9CtO1S md EnIa1ge1s I enthmg hom Nlakexs mth Ifstabllshed Reputatlons Plus Oul Own I ualdntee JOSEPH C BOROFSKI 68 FAST IVIAIY STRI I 'I PHONF 7a COI1I1Jl1II1QI11lS Of GEM FURNITURE, INC YOUP HOMI SHOLI D COMIL IIPST NN e I1 ul msh It I omplete 101 107 FAST NIAIN STI I ISI TEI EPHONE 1018 194 SOUTH NIAI'IxI1 T SIPIII T TLI EPHONE 910 ODD and I NIJ STORI' BROADWAX md AI C H SII I I IS N-XXTICOKE PA FRANK S BOC I SIILXX SKI Pl0pll6t0l 'T If r Y V Y 4' Y Y 1 7 YY Q1 V Y Y A K A K K f f J K 1 1 j 1 J J 0 C Y Y V W J Y I1 D -J V Y 4W 1 I A i' 'J 14 A L I 2 X A T , , . . b . . 1 . 7 1 I c 7 , . . Z fr - . 1 . . l X 1 U . w . . 'J 'V 'u I L '. 4 ' 1 i ' 1 I 9 I L I G I Y T W ' I 4 Q , , J K. A J J A 1 1 Qiiyvvx ' V'Q4's'x'i'QQ'JQs73?s's's'xN's's'x'x's's7s5s's's's's' - I 4, xfQ7a's,'x's'3?s' Ccs'QJ9w"2Q vv , . Q Y Y 1 ' 'Y W 41 , . 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'A L 'A 4 4 , . 10N bl ST WISIII S POI YOUI SUCCI SS AND CONTINUI D SUCCI SS OI' THI NANNUAL THE LIONS CLUB Our Slogan Llberty Intelllgence Our Nation s Safety Presldent Anthony A Prushlnskn FIFSE Vlce Presldent Cordon Roberts Second Vlce Presldent Attornex Joseph Gallagher Thlrd Vlce Presldent John Swantko Secretary Arthur C May Treasurer Joseph F Shannon Dlrectors Dr Joseph Rushm Fhom 1 J mcob Edu ard Warkomskl I dw ard Nowlckx LION Tamer Wllllam Il1bll'1Skl Tall Twlster Past Presldent Louls Clonzynskl Rev Gerald Conahan Harry Croop Rlchard T Crotzer Arthur F Dans Dr B J Ford Atty Joseph Callagher Edward Gorka Joseph GF3bOWSk1 Norman Groblexx skl Joseph Crzymskl Joseph Harrlngton Fred Harry Members Wlllldm Hill Russell Howard John Jacob Thomas Jacob Stexe Jurta Charles Karoll Wllllam Lublnskl Xrthur C Wlav Pdmund Nowlckl I eonard lan low skl l dvs ard Plonkow ski H lrry l oole Rex W llter loploxx skl Joseph C rvwmskl Joseph Sxesko Anthony -X Irushlnskl Rov Reese Gordon Roberts Dr Joseph Rushxn Joseph Shannon John Shlpp loseph SIGSRO John Sxxantko Wllll mm Smtoyxs l dward Warkomskl Joseph Wxrkomf-:km Ohver Wlllxams John Yenohek XXff!fffffffffffffffffffflffbffffffiff !3f5X!sffff!!f5fffff5 ffffffaf IN REDUY' C9 neoov Knowmr Your Electnc Servant LUZERNE COUNTY GAS AND ELECTRIC CORP. , qw w w V lv w 1 3 , 1 5 w p w A . 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AV 4 an I IM .. .- , 0 THE FOOTBALL EQUIPMP NT UAL D BY THX NANTICOKE TEAM WAS PUPCH ASED 1 POM THE MURRAY S ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT CORP 000 BPOADWAX S1111 I '1 NEW YORK 1 NP W YOI lx BFST WISHI 5 AND sUc CI bb IO THE SENIOR LLASS OF 48 NANTICOKE CREAMERY Pasteurlzed Mllk and Dfury Products M AR 203 STATE STREI 1 NAN'1ICOIxI PA Phone 678 J 1 J 'Ti T 'Y' N 4 4 J 41 1 N, 1 A N, O q 7 wr X j 41 41 x K A A J A ,- 1 J Y , J L ' , 's's's'7sY's's's.'s"s's's's's ' 5i'1's's's's's's'x's's's'4's's.'s"'Q's's's' VN N N N E1 7 N N Y N 14 'J A A 1 1 'J W 9 l U I c 4 4 ' 1 ' x y 1 , f 4 w D 1 T N r 41 J gd .1 J A A I J, - FULLER'S You Are Always Welcome Lunch - Soda Fountain - Confectionery Manufacturers FULLER'S HOURLY CANDIES Made Fresh Hourly FULLER'S FREEZER FRESH ICE CREAM Freshly Frozen Daily DOWNLY FLAKE DONUTS KAI MLL KOI N Dellcious The Flavol That Can t Le Cop1e'l PLANUTS I OASTLD FI ESH DAILY 101 SOUTH MARKET ST NANTICOKE Phone Nantlcoke 243i KORONKIEWICZ PHARMACY 186 SOUTH MARKET STREET Nanticoke, Pa. REFRIGERATED CANDY DEPARTMENT Neither heat, nor cold, nor moisture can diminish the Havor of your favorite candies when they are kept cool and airtight in this new service to our many Whitman's customers. EVERY BOX YOU BUY HERE IS GUARANTEED FRESH Discover how good Whitman s candies can taste when they are perfectly protected ompliments of Abe s Market 148 SOUTH MAPKET STI EET Nantlcoke Penna Phone NANTICOKE 1672 FII st with the Latest Adam s Novelty Com Operated Phonographs and Amusement Machines 41 W GPAND ST NANTICOKL PA Agnes and Dot fKll1tZJ Kui zawskl Phone 2014 Agnes' and D0t's Beauty Shoppe Specializing in Machine Machlneless and Cold Waving Peimanents Hui Styling, by Dot No Appointments Necessaiy C01 CHUPCHKLHANOVEI INANTICOKI PA Congi atulatlons Senloi s John E Allan Scrap Dealer 400 EAST CHUPCH SFI I I T Phone 136 1 1 1 1 ' L 1 t ' L . . . , J . 1 by N 1 3 N ' n ' - t ' L 1 . . l U i r . . , . - u . 1' ' . 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I ICK Adjut mt Sporting C oodS I'iQl1i11g T 1cl'le Hunting PHONL 9055 I qu1pme11t Andy s SIIICIHII' SCYVICC Statlon Al s Sportmg Goods -XINDI I VK MUSIAL P1017 PIIOINI 9690 M bkll7ll1Skl 110D Blake md Motox Repans IIAINOXII SP1 IIT INAINTICORI PA 1,9 I I OANM NANTICOM PA ,LST WISHES T0 THE SPINIORS' VN do not do ill of the P1111t111g 111 N 11ll.lL0l e so we lust do the beet of It ANTHRALITE PRINTING LOMPANY 101 AST 1x1A1N STI 1 IT N AWIICOKI PA gmmpllnuutb L ompllmente of John Bdlla George Baud Masomy Qontlactol 1 S l INC S'll IIT NANI l'ICOIxl Phone 1S67 ost VN lSllLS of Succese to X I S I 'IIII Cl AIJUATINC CI ASS OI 1918 I 1 I Bartuska s Furnlture Store 200 206 I AST MAIN STI I LI' Complete Home l'llll1lbhll1 s R6fll e1dto1s Rddl0S C le'1ne1 s WdSh9lb NANTICOKL PA PHONIL 86 J 11 1 1 , - , A x n , 1 .I I L, 1 . 2 x , AI 7 I 4' ' . , . . . . , . 7 I . n A I , , A A-I l I. ' ' 1 ' 3 - .. V . . . ' .. . , . , . , K 51123 I 'll ' IC C , I I ' C, . - ll -v ,Y . 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SFORI' l'or Irree Record XISII Bermans Record Department I est W ISIICS md C ood luck House of Bonl Sp1g.,hettl Sauce A Hometown Ploduct Compliments ot LEON BOBOF SKI Lompllments ot Boyek s Pure Food Market Phone 1033 2881 AST INOI LI SI' NANTICOKI 'A Lompllments of STANLEY BBEZINSKI Lompllments ot Broadway Auto Supply Tires Batten les Accessorles Tn e IICCHPDIIH., Zn BI OAIJVS AY ST INANTICOKI IISI' VXISHIS OI THOMAS E BULZKOWSKI FLIIN ER AL DIRECTOR , I Q - He- ct o s a I I I l I I ' 'S . " "I, . Cz Q-I C, 'Il-. 'V ,. . ,' L I . I. Y Li, Y ' ' J - 1" - I " Q I C. .' H' IC 'I' 'I T ' s . . . ix' 'X' 1:2 I , '- ' o , - . w - v fa - 1 ... 1 I - - - . 1 . . ' ' J ' 1 EAST GREEN ST. NANTICOKE, PA. A .f .l l ' I ' . S' . 'I ' rv ' u ' v v vf ' '- A L n 1 v ' V . 1 , Q-Y., ,Q 1 . 2" .' -. - ' w 'Q v , . . .l . . . ,' , . , , a . . 1 , , i ' 'I .' ' 'S 'I . 6,1 , w - w - . .l . . . Q , , , ' . L- .3 . 1 ' . I . ,I ' 7 I ' .' . ' fl, PA. IC." ' . 'II 1' . . . . . '1 Q Phone: Nanticoke 191- Compliments of Mrs. Celia Buczkowski Catnes Chevrolet Meats and Groceries - - Telephone 572 - 137 CENTER STREET NANTICOKE, PA. 149 E. MAIN STREET NANTICOKE, PA. BEST WISHES AND SUCCESS IN YOUR FUTURE CEASE MOTOR COMPANY Dodge - Plymouth Dodge Job-Rated Trucks 35 NORTH MARKET STREET PHONE 375 Comphments of Compllments of Chrzan S Recreatlon Clmmet S Inc 9 A Chrvan Proprletor Sterlmg Variety Store COI NEI UNION and MAPKET STPLETS Nantlcoke Pa J EAST MAIN STPLET NANTICOKE PA Compllments of CHRZAN BROTHERS Fresh Quallty Meats Vegetables Groceries 64 WEST UNION STREET NANTICOKL PA No xx omfxn has ex 61 expected to be bettel D R I N K C O C A C O L A dlessed than she can be ln a Coat Sult I N B 0 T T L E Q O1 DIQSS C L AIR E s 1060 gs NANTICOKE PA 1 . , , n 1 , a , o . 1 , 3 5 41 N w L rl N N ba v - - w w 1 ' l 'S 5 4 l! . Y . 7 Y f 1 ' 4' ua 9 - v 4 1 v - - - Q I ' -l v 1 1 i 1 K I 9 w , , UADK MARK REG. 'I 1' 3 'ii fi 3 'ii ii 511, ,Ei li-fiif ' 12' rl" 2 lil rl? 3 'i 3 if-1-!'f7j j-4524 Z ,247-i' 1'i'Y'k'-1VT,7? .J x 0 A Phone 9069 .... If It s Cood for Nanticoke- If It s for the Food of Nanticoke- Crystal Restaurant W If POI' T' Light Lunches sdndwiches food Iuck to 1948s C raduates Dolly Madison Ice lream 334 HANOVI 1A sr. YANTICOKI- P-x. Nflntlfmke Daily Press New Owners - K I1 'md I uby P10 I . MAIIN ST. 1Peu'J PHONI 515 Compliments of ..... CROTLLR S IEWELRY STORE Dr. 'l. I . Crotzer Prop. 109 S. MAI KIT SFI I LT NANTICOKI PA. -OPTOMFTRIST- XOLII Dulu tm Thls X931 s Hlgh School Ilngs PHONI 221 BE ST OF LUCK TO THI CLASS OF 48 Mrs Wllllam S Davis Ray Decker Funeral Home IJPYGOODS AND COIUpllY'II9I1tS of NANTILOKE BROOM WORKS IOSEPH DE LESARIS Plopuetor SUCCI SS T0 THI CI ASS II ST VI ISHI S TO THI SLNIOI CLASS OI4 48 A S Dobkowskl s Agency Dldm0HdS Ldndy General Insurance X IC FOI IA BI Ut PI OSPI Cf ST 'N-VNIIUIIXI I IN2lIItlCOlx6 P1 1 r ' 1 1 v 1 , , , 1+:':Q:':1' I I V 1 Q a Y j WY 1 ' v 'I n I I . T 4, . L C c L L 4: I K L Q Y 'I . . W f 1 9 0 ' 1 5 v . .l I 'l ' lf" C, v 4 ' . X2 , . ' - ' 1 7 .I v P ' K' 1' K1 'I " . . . I., 'I w w r ' I Q n a a 1 o 0 c 6 L 1 3 w w 310 ICAST MAIN S'IIlI'II'I'l' NAINTICOKIC, FA. GROCICILILS T1 1 w w w ' -- . I L , S G. S 'I A 12. 'J 11. 1: 1 " 1 Y , '7 o o .I 9 N. v W . v r , fu , w 4- v 1 L 4 1. x - A I . C OOD IUCK Sl NIOI S. Dolly Madlson Lonfettlonery 40IAST Il O-XD SIIIIT INANTICOKI IA COMPLIMLNTS John Doraks Bakery N antlcoke Pa PIIONI 91 9 Downtown Bowllng Academy Bowl for Health and Ple ISUIE I dw uds md Ultll Ilops BI OADWAY md NIAIY SIS NANTICOKI PA Lompllments of A Draplewskl and Sons Funeral Dlrectols 22 WI ST GI I LN ST NANTICOKI PA BI1 ST WISHI S Eddys Credlt Jeweler 167 SOUTH NIAI Kl l Sl' INANITICOKI I Lomphments of Edwards Brothers Tom Kmgston If rank Plymouth WI Nl I D YOUP HI AD IN OUI BUSINI SS Lompllments of BI ST WISHI S OF Md,-tm Ehds J K Evans Florlst Meats and in oeen les COI MAI KET and BPOAD STI LETS 304 LAST UNIOIN ST NANTICOKI PA NANTICOKE PA PHOINI 43 COMPI IMFNTS Al Flnk Your Oldsmobile Dealer 47147'3VK NIAIN SI N-XXllCOlxl PA A FRIEND H 1 w , , 1 1 I A , A 'A LA 4 A . , . I I ' 9 l C 4. , , , , 4. 1. A n J L A A L 1 A Y V 1 3 Y. ' - 4 lv ' A , A 4w 0 w ' ' A m 'JA 1 I - Q C O . U 1 .A 2 . K. 2 . , , 3 . 4 y 1 , 1 1 7 w v 4' j 7 I NV' ,V 115. I Tl 4 A 1 A, ' L c A A A, L., 1, . Y N Y W W W ' Ak L ilk ' ' ' l 9 I C 9 as ' 99 ' 1 in I' -1 bllVQlW21l6 - Diamonds Lew .. Nantlcoke 1 N Y W I N l v r 3 fr 1 wr ' v V 4' I A 'A 'A 'A L 'A L A 41 A A u A A . A A, . U . . , . . . -- 1 ' 1 5 0. 1 L j j j 1 W Y N. L L L ' A, A . A U, . , . v a N 'A 1 . . . . . 4 'A A . ..f ' ...v . A A A A . A A A 1, A . T . .-. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND A FRIEND - .INL- Compliments of ..... ROBERT FREY and SONS Manufacturers of Embroideries and Laces 186 SOUTH MAPKI T STI I I- T NANTICOKI' PA PIIONI 169 PHONI 811 Z4 HOUI SI I VIII Frlschmann S MI N S and BOY B STOI I Gabe S Super Servlce Wolk Clothes Shoes Spol tswe ll MobllL3'S and 0115 J MAI KI T S'Il I I II NAN I'ICOIxI IA IOWI Ip I I OAIJWAY NANTICOKI IA THE GOLDEN QUALITY ICE CREAM CO PLYMOUTH PA Comphments of PHONI4 723 Glbbs Mllllng C0 Ploul Feed Glam Hay btldw Joseph L Grabowskl and femffnf PUNI PAI D11 ECTOI Pl 1 08 178 S tl NI 11 t St1eet P12322 151 Ou B11 3 ugwjv Sweet Mal ble md Glanlte Monuments INANTICOKI PA 190 192 W CHUI CH ST NANTICOKI PA OF OF I 4 I 2 1 J . 2 S 1 13 3 3, L . .. IC " ' lfil I' ' 9 , u C 'S 'I IC . ' ,ij Sin' -3. 2. 1 'YL' .Il 3i'S. l'C ."l'I'I' ' "C, ' . L, C' il 5, ' BEST VVISHICS FROM O , . 1 - A . . . 1 1 u - . s a O o 1 , 1 ' . ' v ' -4 I 9 9 9 Y N 1 1 y j IA L 4 L I L r- A 2 .Q A' . . N . . Z - L- . 2 v K - 5 A3 w J 7 7 41 . - . L A . 4, . . 4, . BI ST WISHI S TO THI CI ASS OI 18 Green s Reddy To Wear 112 I AST NIAHN ST IN AIN I'IC,OIxI PA QSecond I 10015 PI ST WISHI S FO PHI CLASS OF 1948 NI1y the Nannuil Alwaws Be Succeestul Grlbbs Food Market 416 FI ONT S l'I I LT NANITICOKI PA Phone 133 PHOYI 1069 Joseph Grllly 169 W GI LLNI ST IN -XINTICOKI PHONL 137 J John Grontkowskl mr W CI IILN STPI I T NANTICOKI PA CONGI ATULATIONS TO THI CLASS OIF -18 GIUSTI and MAJOP Lompllrnents of HANOVFR LUNCH I hone Nantncoke 9144 11? PI OINT STI LIT NANTICOKI Compllments of HECHT S HARDWARE COMPLIMI NTS TO THF CLASS OF 48 HRINKO S ECONOMY STORE PHONI NANTICOKI 2789 IHOINI 17:9 HFlHk0,S Furnlture MOVIH2 Local and Long., Distance Munn, INAY1'ICOI1II, P-X QOI11DIlIT163I1tb f Hudak Bus Llne Tel INantlc0ke 479 410 .I CII-XIl'l'EIlIID BUSIGS TO AINY POINT IN PENNSYLVANIA J ,1 1 11 U L 1 41 1 1 .1 y I v 1 1 I A J K A A Z ' x H c ' V 1 1 11 Q , I Y 1 , c - n , 41 1 v 1 . 1, , , 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 U, . , 7 , 141 V 41 s. 1, 1 H 1 4, . 4 ' 't h i , , , .- I 1' 4' 7 1 A 1- 1 T Q . Q 0 1 1 1 I 1 u . w Meats, flrocerles, I,l'0ylSl0nS I4 uneral Du ectox Monument Bulldel rr- 1 1 1 1 1 , 4 , . N A x o 1 a 11 1 1 w v, A 1 1 1 0 J ' x I 1 ' . on ' 1 Y 1 ' ' ..' 1. 1 1 1' 2 1 U, PA. ' 1 . . . 'J H 'A 1 1 K 7 I 1 1 1 - 1 A . 1 1 1 - 1 - 3 3 2.21. 0 . . . Q a 1 a v' . D . u I it - - ' l' ' ' I li' Success to the Seniors- Compliments of . . . Joseph C. Janowski Janowski - Bednar Co. Electrical Contractor Electric Fixtures and Appliances Clothing and Gent's Furnishings 48 S. MARKET ST. NANTICOKE, PA. Phone 867-J 158 S. MARKET STREET NANTICOKE, PA JACOBS ONE-STOP MUSIC SHOP Nanticoke's Largest Music and Record Shop IN THE RECORD DICPT. IN THE MUSIC DEPT. Popular, classical, polka and all foreign , , records. Cutting needles and record blanks. The flnest lmesflf band and Orchestra ln' JAxC0B NURIC C0 .32 Q HXRKFT QT struments. Martin Band Instruments, Leedy ' ' ' ', ' " ' ' ' ' ' Drums, W. F. L. and Gretsch and Kay In- struments. Accessories and music for all - Phonographs and Radios - instruments. NANTICOKE A Fine Staff of Music Teachers - Phone -10 - Most Complete Music - Record Your Voice Or Instrument In Our New Recording Studio. HZEAST MAIN STREET ACROSS FROM THE FAMILY THEATRE COMPLIMENTS Compliments of Jerome s Bakery Alois V Bohmski Gen Mgr and Secy OVEN FRFSH QUALITY BAKED GOODS Robert B Job Mary Job ,,,wne29,3 3.2 SOU FH MARKI T STRI4 ET NTANTICOKE PA GENFI AL INSUPANCIT tOpen 6 00 A M to 11 00 P M Dallyb Chas K :tra Pres Edmund Jagodzinski Vice Pres Joseph Boberick Treas Congi itulations CLASS OI' 1948 We Xre Mlghtv Proud of Nou The Road lo Success Is Waiting for You JIMMY the J EWELER S LAST MAIlN STI FET NANTICOKL PA Longi itulations and best Wishes SI NIOI S JOSEPH S FURNITURE STORE Phone 966 1 NORTH MAPKET STPI ET NANTICOKL PA . . 4 K u u J Q . . . , . . , . . . 1 . J. ' . . --- .- . . r 1 N 41 J A , J . . ' ' U t L t, U . . . . . . .. 1 , . . , - , , S , . fll I T C M ' ' . ' . 1 . ' ' .f . , - , . I , i . . 1 T 1 v w , 4 t rc 4 Y l 'W H ' . 7 ' N I J C A Ln 1 T 41 1 t L 1 , I fa! r'T3'.'! - tv' Q -'Y Compliments and Best Wishes Compliments of . . . M443 I Junior Miss Shop . Kasian's Food Market BY THF PARK , Presh Me'1ts and L rocerles 26 B ast Bioad Stieet N 1Ilt1COl Q Pa 246 I4 I OXT QT! BLT NANTICOKI4 PA Come In and biou se Aiound Phone 176m J COMPI INII INTS AND ll QT VX ISHI S Il OM NANTILOKE ITIWAN IS CLUB W 1: U I L D SUCCFQQ TO THI GI ADUATI' S COMPI IMENTS Fl ONI Keefer and Company KLEM A DROIDOWQKI Wai Surplus MAIN l OAD I OXXI l ASKANI THE LEADER STORE 11 40 east Main Stieet lW3.I1tlC0lx6 Pa SFFII INC, STONES And dc vxn that taper in an clu t rings A hxpeless mass and a book of rules -Xnd common fmlk like x au and me -Xml each must m :ke ere his life has flown -Xre maker rf eternitx -X tumbling, blrck or a stepplng stone Anonwmou QUCCI ss TO FH1 CI ASS OI 18 bl sr WISH1 s AND coop LUCK TO F1 OU THI QINIOIQ Little pdl Shop KHlZ6Y,S Food Market Phone 1934 W NAN llQOIxI Pl NN A ,Q H051 Ypgp STI 1 LT J W . 4 . ' I ' . . ' . '. ' f , . 4 A 1 X ., . 1 3 y , 1 I w n A . n 1, H 1. H, . H 7- . Y 'W I J A ll A A , w ,V w 1 1 1 , Q 'A f . U. ' m 1 v it E Q9 1 . , - 1. I 'A .O U L in f 1 .W I Q . i OF .. I 1 U V . . ' . , 0 J k - A 5 1 Y 5 , v ' I, 4 ' A u . T . . - K , , ., , , . , ., .. , , , . , . lsrft it strange that princes and kings To each is given a bag of tools- -y'5"','s"-s'.' .sz . ' S, A r ' " -'4 , A 2 ' ' ' , . Vs, -S 'J ' .' . Jw r 41 vw 41 VA ,Jw Y nw . A T . .. .. A , A I , J ,- m 4 L, A the . . I . ko ' . F v, ,wyii . . ., A . . . L Q, , ,3 4 Compliments of . . . Furniture and Electrical Appliances Knoll's Shoe Store SICIC OH CALL Ted Komoroski Furniture Store 622-24-26 FAIRCHILD ST. NANTICOKIQ, PA. L- C- KNULL, Prop- Refrigerators - Radios - Stoves - Sweepers Vitality Shoes Walk-Over Shoes and the Latest Line in Furniture - Phone 175 - Compliments of . . LIBERTY THROWING CO., Inc NANTICOKE PENNSYLVANIA LI ST WISHI S OF Kowalski s Atlantic Service Station I 1 SOUTH MAI KI T ST PHONI 9166 SUCCI SS I'O THI SI INIOI CLASS Iohn Kusklewicz Meats and G1 ocei les 4001 CIOVI ST PHONI 9070 NANTICORI PA Compliments of Lawrence s Garage lowin D xy oi Night General Repairing 1: S NIAI KL'I ST NANTICOKL PA Compliments 1 f Lecher Lash Hardware 116 I AS'I MAIN STI IIT NAINIICOKI PA IO 'IHI CLASS OF 48 I est XI ishes foi Success In Youi I'utuie The Leventhal Store COMPLIMI NTS E J LEWIS 'I 'IQ' L 'I I' 'IHS ' ' 'I .I Q I I ' . , n Q 4 0, ' , A 1 V 1 I . .' C. I I 'I K . 'I . .IOP i' nl 'I i, . 'I ' I C, ' . Y ' I 1 , , . . J . . . ' , ' it 5 K r 1 Y' 1- Z , ' y ' ' ' '13 S A:-:Q 0 5- i D I W ' 1' I" 4' .J v I , A A L x . v ' ly - rw w x s w w 41 41 L 1 A. ,Vs K. . A - ' - OF o 0 2 EAST MAIN STREET NANTICOKE, PA. Compliments of . . . Andrew Loyek - Meats and Groceries - 4 HONEYPOT STREET NANTICOKE, PA. SINCERE WISHES- John Luzenski Groceries - Meats - Fruits 603 HANOVER at RIDGE STREETS Phone 735-Nanticoke, Pa. Compliments of . . . Majestic Restaurant FOR THE BEST IN FOODS AND THE BEST IN SERVICE Nanticoke Pa SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1948 Mary's Beauty Shoppe Mary Klos Stemniski, Prop. 204 WI LLLS STI I li T INANTICOKI' PA. Compliments of MAYWOOD FARMS Milk and Dairy Ploducts Mesh Egg, CAI TEI BACHL PHONE 21 Compliments of Michael s Paper Co WHOLESALE Paper Papeibags School SUPDIIQS and Novelties 10 NOPTH MAPKLT ST PHONI 1109 COMPLIMF NTS Mill Memorial Llbrary NANTICOKE PA Pelsonal Loans At Lou Bank Rates Any person of good charzcter permanentlx employed and with a. steady income is eligible for a loan No co makers or endorsers No delays No red tape Al FONIOBILE LU VNS Saxe monex and finance xr ur new cr used car ul lou cost loan at this bank See us fir t and get the fxct NANTILOKI' IA Member Federal Depo it In urance Cmrpmratl n BPSI WISHES TO THI' MEMBERS OF THE CL-XSS OF 1.148 Wllllam .I Mont Watchmakel and Jeweler 190 S XIAI KET STPEET NAINTICOKE PA , 41 41 w 3 11 1 Y 4 9 ' A sa A L A A A, . I . I K1 S 1 1 in ,151 1 1 1' ' l . u Q J LX OF ' 9 I 9 ' ' 9 I ' , . , . L L . 4 -1 C ' b' ' "1 ' 1 . ' "th ll . L . . . - , S , 2 . S' V. . . . The Miners National Bank of Nanticoke Authorized Keepsake Diamond Dealer . - I . I u. L , , ' 5' ' r 1 0 GOOD I UCK TO 1948 S GUADUATI S Nantlcoke Gulld Store Rell louq A1 t1cleS Glfts 60 VI C I PI N ST INANTICOKI PA Phone 711m Jemne M IIOIIIIJIOSI 1 P1 op -Xfttr exelx b c n there been a buqt We re hawmg .1 b mn n s fle b1 get of 'ill Some sax prooperxtx here tc st Other mx we re headmg for trouble W e pr II 1 We Qlnlple wx Saxe all you can xx h1le 1 u are llhllxlllg' cod 1nr nex You ll nex er be sorrx 1 ne what max ST-KRT 'NOW THI NAYTICOKE INATIONAL BANK Nlember le-dem 11 Ilepost In urance Ccrporatmn I I ST WISHLS TO IIII Cl ASS OI 48 NANTILOKF 21111 ASI Ll OAIJ x11 1 1 T PESS LOMPANY IN-XXlICOIxI PA I hone N 1lIl,1COl e 2618 Ndntleoke Venetlan Bhnd Centel Buy Venetlfm Bllnds f10m the Venetian Blmd Man 29 I I OAIJVVAY ST NANTICOKI PA OIIIDIIIIIEIIIS of Noble Furnlture Store Fme I4 u1n1tu1e 7 Zyl -XSI' 'XOI LL SI' NANTICOKIL PA QOIIIDIIIIIGHIS of NOGIC Confectlonel 100 WEST WASHIIN GTOIN STREET Nantlcolte, Pa ST VX ISHI S 'IO THF SENIOP CLASS Norm s Barber Shop Union Shop NCIIHIZIII IXId1lxOWSlx1, P1op CO1 lhdge and Chestnut Sts Nantxcolxe, Pa Complnnents of Clem Nowicki Meats and G1 ocen ICS I1 U M PTY DUMPTY STORIC Ewely Day Low Puces COMPLIMICNTS OF Obazzfs Grocery Store WALNUT AND NOBLE STRIEICTS Na11t1colte, Pa l , 1 ,J 'J , Y , 1 1 ' , 11 ll . S , . . ' ' o rn' . . . 1 'gy S . . -' . ' -' iS . 1: ay. .' I' ' ' ' . e ' ' malt no HI l e ' .' . ' -': " ' ' I' ' ' ' -'o ' " lift' 1 ' ' ' .' Q, 'fn ' ' '. . . .' Y" . . . ,. . 1 Y 4 1 v w y 4 J w v Q J i ' . I x A I t . J, . A F, i 35 EAST MAIN ST. NANTICOKE, PA. - 4 z . ' . Q , ' . A ' 'Z SI S ' I ' 11 P' I1 Y J L L , . - W- ,, ,,.,1-9 Y V1 ... U . ' x . t 1 1 1 . 1 U, . 1 . ' , ' , A 1 t 6 "' - C 2 . . . . . . . C I I 5 0 v .I . . o 1 n - y . q g 7 11 wr v V, 1 wr w l -I Q A I 1 3, , ...',J- - I. . . J ' L . , . . I T 1 W W T . . . Blitw tj 'A' I I L t I L L 9 , ' 1 . . . Y Y' . IIICST WISHICS TO NANTICOKIC HIGH, CLASS OF '48 Olympic Sandwich Shop NANTICOKI PA Compliments of . . Oplinger Construction Company S A AI KI I' Sll I I I INAINTICOKI PA II ST WISHI S l'O TIII CI ASS OI 48 FROM MAKERS OF QUALITY CANDY Pelus Lonfectlonery PI ST VKISHI S ANIIJ C OOID LUCK TO THI SI NIOI S People s Food Market INANTICOIxI 406 FPONT ST I hone NANTICOKI 'S 10 PI NNA Lompllments of PIT7 S MARKET I noceuee lfresh Meats and Produce VIISICIIINSTII NANIICOKI PA Phone P131 Penn Flour and Feed Co Baby C hacks Ducks 'lurkeys Geese Broodere Ifeedels Dunkmg Cups W MAIN ST Phone 1466 ALDLIN I OAD NANTICOKE PA Complrments of Petro the Plumber Joseph S Petlo P1 op Plumbing, Supplies and H lldWdl6 16 S MAI KL I' STI LI T INANTICOKI PA H OU CAN AI VX AX S DO BI TTI' I AT THI Premo Record Shop I Iugeet SEEIQCIIOII of I ecolds and -Xlbume I CA VlCtO1 md Alklll I ddl0S or PlIOIl0gl3.Dlf1S Compllmente of Albert Rees Sales Bl Ii Ix SCIWILQ 183 NIAI KI I SII I I I IN-XINTICOKI PA s s 1' I I 41 1 I 1 r 41' 1r1 , .1 1111 1, 1 Y Q1 I, . I . I I I I I I I I, J 11 1 1 41 1 r 41 1 41 I4 vy 41 1 y 1 '1 1 1 J II I II I I I I J II I II I 1 41 1 41 1 1 I I I LI T ' , 1 1 I I " 1' I I . .' r' 1' ' L L . - 1 ' ' A 1, . . . . I I ' . .' 1 ' 1 1 I I I , I I 0 1 r1 1, 1 1 1 1 411111 rv 4' , IIL10 I II I L 'I 'I I L I 'I 4, . I I i -4 , T 1 . I O ' 1 - w 1 v 1 - . - L .1 1 . 1 1' ' 1 ' 1 , 1 , ' ' K f ' I I . , . ' y ' ' 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 41 y 1 K L 1 . L , N 1- 1 3 1r 1 3 1 41 1 1 1 ' , . ' K. L I I L I I I II, , V Y v V 1 11 1 I 41 ' ' L I ' I I 4 L 1 n 1 n I l , Llc 1 I ' ' ' 1 -' 1 I T 1 I 1: I 1 ' ' I I 1 I 1 I L L I Y ' . I 1' ' 1 1 1 'I 2 I' ' , .1r1 11 , .1 41,1 1 1 41 ' A L I I I I I I I, , ,, H, it "LET REILLY MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME" Telephone 507 Reilly's Furniture Store John Reilly, Prop. Home Furnishers and Decorators Gorden Roberts Electrical Contractor - Electrical Appliances 15-17 VV. GREEN ST. NANTICOKE, PA. Phone 99 520 S. MARKET ST. NANTICOKE, PA. COMPLIMENTS GEORGE POWELL - GENERAL CONTRACTOR - Compliments of Sanitary Bakery Bakers of Navy Sliced Bread and Cake 1761 IIIKI STI LT INANTICOKI PA Telephone 2206 The Schaefer Press PPINTING OF PPOVEN MERIT C 01 Broad and Hanover Sts Nantlcoke Ifiee Delivery Wltnln Radius of Z0 Miles Telephone Oideis P1 omptly Filled Compli ments of Schlelcher s Market Phone 90 77 1 NOI TH 'NIAI KET ST NANTICOK EP PHONL 773 J .I William Schreiner Insurance Real Estate Notary Public 226 9 MARVET STREET NANTICOKE P SUCCESS TO THE SENIOPS Viola Schwartz Beauty Shoppe NANTICOKI PA Compliments of Shlpp s Inn SLA FOODS UF ALL KINDS Hard Shell Crabs Our Specialty 1m W RIDGE STPEET NANTICOKE PA , . i K ... u c ll - u I If '. ' . ,Pa. 1' - ' ... . 5 . . ,-w , wax ,ww v 41 ... 'hu IDI nh' lr ' . . . ' w ' C - '.. .... n . Q ' 9 0 -. L- 4 ' ' w w -Y , 3 1 A 4 ,L L L , , , A L. p , A Nw 4 ' ' A yk ... ' 9 O 1 NN W xl ,K 1 7 4 l L, . ' . lk L , Phone 1895-W - - - Compliments of Skopek's Fur Shop For Most Modern Up-To-Date S. QI. Sobolewski Economy Stores CO1 D PDR STORAI If A4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 A Complete I1ood Market Iso 1I1ull Ilne oi New llll Colts 61 WLST GI I I N S F. NIANTICOKI PA. 40 BI QADWAY NANTICQKI PA PI ST VKIINHI S OF ---- SPOTANSKI S DRUG STORE Rell lhle Prescrlptlons and It9m0dl9S 108 SOU FH M APKET STPI LT NANTICOKI PA A J Tdll1LlI1flOW1Cl Plop Compllments of COl'I1DllIT16IltS of Splc and Span Cleaners Star Cleaners and Dyers Phone 7019 PI OMPT SI I VICI PHONL 1960 CHUPCH md HANOVI I SFS 'NAINIILOKI Pl0PI'l9t0l -I J Lacey Vke Call F01 'md 11611261 PI ESS WHILI' YOU WAIT' Compllments of ST .IOSEPHS A C DAINCHNL, INI 1 Y WI UNI sow SATUI DAY md SUNDAY NIGHTS Music By Popular Olche tn 1 Fvery Sunday lNlg,ht Success and Best Vhshes to the 8911101 Lllss Barney A Stegura, VID 6303 HANOVLI Sl' 'N-XNTICOM P-X OIIICG IIOIIIS 9 to 10 A NI 0 J In Thuls and Suns ln Appolntment lelephone 119 Phone 9113 Superlor Motor Company Sales-I HRYNLFR PLYMOL TH Service 1101 NIAIN SFI ILT NANTICOKI PA Vlm J Swltoyus Ld Gelb 55 1 v 1 1 119 1 I 1 1 Y 1 1 1 1 K J C 11 1 1 1 1' 1 4 ' 1 1 '1 '1 I 1 1 2, 1 144 41 1 1 41 1 J 1. 1 1. 'R 1 1. ' v I ' W q 1 f , 1 1 41 41 41 I 1 1 1 n 1 1, . ! 1w v- f 1 . . 1 1, . . . . 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 4 1 1 1 1 T -4 4 L L 14 L 14 T 1 41 1 1r 1 1 171 1 f 41 . ' , t 2 1 t 1 1 . I 1 9 ' ' ' . ' .V . 1 W H 4 ' c L 1 1 1 . I . O ' ' 1 A 71' 1 .' J ' ' 1 . 1 1 1 t 1 1. 1 , I 1 4 I V Y 1 4. 1 1 1 1 ' 7' , . ' ' 51 2 1 1 Y Y' ' ' - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 - A 5 -I , - - - 1 ' . .I 1 o 1 1 1 41 , 1' , 1 1 41 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 41 - - 1, 4 1 1 1 1 - 44 K L J - .. ,1, 4 I . 1 7- 41 I 1 ,, V, 41 41 1 4 1 1 41 .1.,1t.1anff SLM. . ,,. 1. 11 . 1 ., . , ' . . ' , T" , , 1 ' V ' ,' . J ., L -. 4 -' . . 1 1 T Compliments of . . . COMPLIMICNTS Susquehanna Lumber Co., Inc. OF Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials 1.2 AI CH STI I I'l 'NI-XYFICOKI P-X. PI ST WISHI S TO I'HI C IADUATLS O14 NAINTIC OKF HIC H SC HOOL THRIFT SHOE STORES CONIPI INII INTS TUBBS and HARTER Funeral Dlreetors Phone 36.2 John L 'Iurner and C0 Plumbing., Heatlng, Sheet Metal Work 118 MAI KI T STPLI I NANTICOKI PA Phone S P Tuzlnskl s Drug Store Park Pharm ICQ 6 IAST BI OAIJ STI I I T N ANTICORI PA BI ST WISHI S TO THL CLASS OI' 48 Vandermark s Store STOII SINCI 24 CONIPLI XII IN TS Veteran Taxl Lab Service Phone N-XNIICORI ml Vlctors Electru, SBFVICC Center We SDQCVIIIZQ In Wloton Tuneup C arhuretons B1 akes I enexal Repans On All Make Cans 1x1-XSTIIIJC I ST PHONI 904 1 OIIICIAI IIISDGCUOII Station J . , - ,Q--N f - 4- s I x... I.. f I, 1 -- - -- JHI 'Il f - -, -- 1 'A IL 'I Y Q 1 11 1 1 I L 5- - . 1 AA 4 I ---- OF Y 4 4 o 4 r- - ' r. I f 4 4 1 3 1 S- wwrw w x. 2 L x13 U, . Du WY Y 1 i K-4, +A, A -A I Y' 1411, H . U C, 6 9 .. . f - T I 1. Ufcor YO It ItNhIt - , - ,-4- v 4 - 'Q- u t . tu, I.. I ., . K- lakh Q' 4-- - A . A . . , I I u OF , . . . A C 4 v 'I uw u v Q -1 0 A l AT K 4 4 4 a - - - 1 ' . . I ' . - - , , ,, , -- .. . , , . '- A. u 11. . . 4 - . v vr- rj vp' ... . . H-.. .ir ' , ' Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1948, Nanticoke High School GEORGE W. WEAVER'S SONS - F L O R I S T S - Store: 141 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 1000 Greenhouse: 700 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 1019 Member Florist's Telegraph and Delivery Association Compliments of . . . Compliments Of - - - . . 5 9 ' W2ldZlHSkl,S Pharmacy Wally s Texaco Service - phone 9051 - Lowici: BRoA1mwAY AS Close To You As Your Plllllle Car Washing, Lubrication, Tires, Batteries and CIIUIICH and WALNUT STIIEICTS Accessories Nanticoke, Pa. TICLICPIIONE ---- 9150 CONGI ATUI ATIOINS TO THI SI4 NIOP CLASS OF 1948 INANTICOKE HICH SCHOOL WHWL 730 On Your D l Q8 PASI' MAIN STPI LT NANTICOKL PA N J ON ,K CO1 IPLIMENTS OF Michael L Weiss Quality Meats Oioceiies Vegetables NANTICOKI PLNNA WOODLAWN . CTS DAIRY PRODU fa GI-ENDALE J I ' n A L U v 1 N v v 1 4 1 I 1 u gn y he GS 97 ' . . . 121 .7 r V 3 w w - 5 1 L I, L A , . Q - V , A E - - - I H li 'J1 O C u L ' v I 1 Q' 'T C Y ' ' 'I ---- . 4 Telephone 2015 - - - Authorized Hl'DSON Dealer Sales - Service Al Williams IIICST W ISHICS OF Worth's Dress Shop 23 EAST on1f:r:N sr. N.-XN'l'lCOKI'I, PA. 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