Nanty Glo High School - Echo Yearbook (Nanty Glo, PA)

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RTN'- Nlf C, IlICIJIC'.X'l'Ii 'IIIIIS 'i. . H ', XYIC SIl.XI.I. NICYICR FUI IICT, NUR IJIQNY, .XNIJ .'II.'XI.I. I'R ll'IlI.Y IlISI'I..XY. ' ' , . . Q li: . 5 ' QSIIILIC. ..I?Y 'flI'. Superintendent DAVIS, THQMAS w. B.S., VVashingt0n and Icffcrsong M. University of Pittsburgh Supcrintendcnt of Schools The 1949 Echo O Principal c1UsT1N,JoHN J. "' A.B., St. Francis Collcgcg M.A.4 St. Francis College Principal of High School, Psychology 5 N-6' .fF"" 'X Faculty ALTIM US, MYLES li. HS., Pennsylvania State College, State College, Penn- sylvania. Science-Science Club. Enjoys a sizzling hot 2il'g'lllllL'lltQ strives for bigger and better minstrels, l3UlCilC, lil.MElQ HA., St. Francis College, Loretto, Pennsylvania. Civics, English--Sophomore Class. Quiet but friendly: takes a lot of kidding because of his auto. CARSON, RUSS S. A.B., Otterbein Collegeg M. of Ed., University of Pitts- burgh, Mathematics-Senior Class. Fine advisorg math wizard. 6 CRPIANY. MARIO J. li.A.. St. Francis College, Loretto, Pennsylvania, M. of lid., University of Pittsburgh. Social Stndiesfgjunior Class: Cheerleader Advisorg Fac- ulty Manager. Concerned with youth work: sports enthusiast. DROPCHO. EMMA JEAN A. l3.S., State Teachers College, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Commercial Subjects. School Bank. Fashion fan, possessor of widearanged vocabulary. GATES, JOSEPH J. Duquesne University, llittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Science. Health, "N" Club, Football Coach, Basketball Coaeh. Best of Coachesg everyone's friend. LAMANTIA, AL'GUSTA M. B.A., Seton Hill College, Greensburg. Pennsylvania. History, National Honor Society, Library. Connoisseur of reading materialsg exceptional advisory talent. The 1949 Echo 'Q foul' H'2,f.l Facult MASTUYICH. MICHAEL l.. Ii. Music lid., Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Penn- sylvania. Music Supervisor, Band, lloys' and Girls' Chorus. Hobby-soxers' dream: always manages to have band and chorus members excused from class. Mt'IJIiRMt J'l"l', I'A'l' R ICI.-X ANN Degree in Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philclelphia. Peunsylvama. School Nurse. Sweet as a Hershey Ilar, with the almonds in the right place. MESZAROS, DOROTHY G. A.I4., Juniata College, Hulitington, Pennsylvania. English. Y-Teens. Versatileg well-liked because of impartiality. The 1949 155110 MCHUGH, MARGARET IZ. l3.S., State Teachers College, Indiana, Pennsylvania. English, Mathematics. Interested in dramaticsg the kind who will listen to one's troubles. CYDONNELL, JOHN W. B.A., St. Francis College, Loretto, Pennsylvania. Languages, Freshman Class. A friend of the freshmeng conducts interesting classe-. TRUBY, CHARLES H. I3.S., State Teachers College, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Biology, General Seience, Freshman Class. Always willing to lend a helping handg conducts orderly classes. YINGLING, PAUL A. HS., State Teachers College, Indiana, Pennsylvaniag M. of Ed. Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pennsylvania. Commercial Subjects, Commercial Club, Yearbook. The pal of the studentsg favorite of the girls, 7 Seated, Icft to right-R. Kowalczykg J. Butalag S. Novotnyg J. Yoderg F. Bentong H. Strugalag I. Orsatog R. Guella M. Mchlulleng T. Krawciong V. Budashg B. Evansg D. Ondriezekg D. Oldham. Standing-R. Cortig L. Flickg S. Griffithg J. Evanicskog B. Connellyg E. Baughniang M. A. Cavanaughg K. Conner Mr. Yinglingg Miss lNlcHugl1g R. Russellg J. Myersg N. Kalenakg J. Leonardg A. Lindroseg D. Mahang L. Harp. rlbSCJl'f zuhcn picture was taken-M. Romagninog D. Rhoadesg T. Dongilla. Year oo 2 tag Editor-in-chief Class Editors Adwrtising Stal? Jo Anne Myers Assistant Editor Richard Kowalczyk Club Editors Science Club Joan Leonard Commercial Club Marian McMullen Y-Teens Kaye Conner National Honor Society Donald Mahan N.H.S. Band Ann Lindrose Girls' Chorus Joan Butala Boys' Chorus Don Qldhain Varsity N Club Ronald Russell Cheerleaders Delores Ondriezek 8 Betty Evans Leonard Harp Kaye Conner Mary Ann Cavanaugh Mary Romagnino Literary Editors Earl Baughman Betty Connelly Sports Editors Jack Yoder Roger Guella Steve Novotny Francis Benton Ad7Jc'rtisi1zg Zblanagar Stanley Griffith Adwrtising Layazzt Manager Helene Strugala Plzotografvlzars Ray Corti Leo Flick Francis Benton Don Oldham Joseph Evanicsko Steve Novotny David Rhoades Toni Dongilla Delores Ondriezek Business Manager Nick Kalenak Chief Typist Richard Kowalczyk Tyfvists Betty livans Marian McMullen Joan Butala Veronica Budash Helene Strugala Theresa Krawcion Ida Orsato The 1949 Echo R Z Wil S Wy' W 1 S l W f CLASSES H 5 YH fif'-4 fr QQ X'-J ? 'JX5 f f " Q Q1 X, K f X X L3 1 ,J l 7 V J SENIO KALENAK, NICK-"NICK" .-lcadvmic Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4 fljresidentjg Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Foreign Language Club 2, 3g Football 2, 3, 45 Senior Safety Patrolg National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 CPresiclentjg News Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 3, 4 fVice-Presidentjg "N" Club 3, 4: Yearbook Staff QBusiness Managerjg Sen- ior Class President. A capable business managerg outstanding seniorg our favorite blackface. KOVV ALCZY K, RICHARDJUKICKH Commercial Commercial Club Z, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Yearbook Staff CAssistant Editor and Chief Typistjg Senior Class Secretary. Movie fang a winner of contestsg our Journal representative. CONNER, KATI-IRYNE4"KAYE" .-lcadcmic Dramatic Club lg National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryDg Science Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff QClass and Club Editorjg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Qljresidentjg Sophomore Class Secretaryg Junior Class Presidentg Senior Class Vice-President. Typical school girlg plans a nursing careerg fun lovingg teases Mr. Altimus about his Claek ofj hair. NOVOTNY, STEVE-f'TEAK" Academic Basketball 2, 3, 4g Science Club 3, 4 fPresidentDg Yearbook Staff CSports Editor and Advertising Staffjg Junior Class Treasurerg Senior Class Treasurer. Perfect class treasurerg likes to tease "Shrimp"g good catch for some girl. OF 1949 BACGHMAN, EARL-"BUSTER" .41Fl1dl'IIl1.C Boys' Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4 CSecretary-Treasurcrl5 Dramatic Club 13 Foreign Language Zg National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: News Club 1, 2, 3g Year- book Staff fI.iterary Eclitorl. I.ikes dancing with "Shortie"g works among the posies at the greenhouseg makes Mr. Altimus earn his money. New York is hcr general conversationg Miss So- BENTON, FRAN CIS-"bNOOKS" .flcadrniit News Club l, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff CAclvertising Staffjg Football 2, 3, 43 "N" Club 3, 45 Senior Safety Patrol. A great favorite with the underclassmen Cgirls, that islg slow, dreamy dancer. BUDASH, VERONICA-"DEE" C0llllIl4'f'Cl.lIl Commercial Club 2, 3, -lg Yearbook Staff CTypistJ BUTALA, JUAN D.-"SHORTlE" CQOIIIIIIPFCAII Commercial Club 3. 45 Dramatic 1, Z5 Girls' Cho- rus 2, 3, fSecretary-Treasurerl. 45 News Club 1, 25 Yearbook Staff CClub Editor, Typistjg Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 fProgram Chairmanl. Always the life of any party: never seen with the same boy twiceg plans to be a stenotypist. phistication with a capital "S", CAVANAUGH, MARY ANN C.-"MAC" Academic Dramatic Club lg Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3 CTreasurerD g Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff CClass Editorjg Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Seen "borrowing" lab equipment from "Kaiser's" deskg displays her Irish temper frequently, plans to be a nurse. SENIORS BYICH, PAUL-"KAlSER" rlcudeuzic Dramatics Club lg News Club 1, 2. Quiet and studious looking, but to his friends he's loads of fun, "chem lab" is the period he dreads. CAVANAUGH, JOSEPH C.-"JOE" .flmdcmic Boys' Chorus 3, 4 fVice-Presidentj, Dramatic Club 1, Z, 3 Cfreasurerb, 4, Foreign Language 1, 2, 3, News Club 1, 2, 33 "N" Club 3, 45 Senior Safety Patrol. Happy-go-luckyg never pays attention in Psychol- ogy class, much to Mr. Gustin's utter dismay. CONNELLY, BETTY K.-"BETTS" Academic Dramatic Club lg Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff CLiterary Edi- torj 3 Y-Teens 1, Z, 35 Prom Chairman 3. Honored when her photograph was chosen as sen- ior modelg plans to be a nurse. OF 1949 CORTI, RAYMOND WILLIAM-'tRAY" .'1cadr'11z1'c Boys' Chorus l, Z, 3, 45 Foreign Language Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 News Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 3, 43 Yearbook Staff iPho- tographerl. Central TraLling's most important many talkative seen with the gang. DONG I LLA, THOMAS J-"DOGGIE" flcadenzic Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fPresidentDg Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 News Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff fAdvertis- ing Staffj. Always in a predicament: is Maestro's Man Fri- clayg laughs spontaneously. DUKES, ROYAL F.-"SMOOKS" A cademic ,qi Band 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35 News Club 1, 2, 3. Is Russ's palg intends to serve Uncle Samg has a pleasant disposition. EVANlCSKO, JOSEPH-"MAN MOUNTAIN" ,'i!'lldL'lllfL' Football l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Safety Patrolg News Club 1, 2g "N" Club 3, 45 Yearbook Staff CAdver- tising Staffl. Mr. Creany's "little pet"3 he is used to plug up holes in the football line. EVANS, BETTY A-"NUD" Conmuvcial Commercial Club 2, 3, QTreasurerJ 45 Foreign Language Club Z, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff CClass Editor and Typistj. Thinks Bob is superg when she dresses-Oo-la- lahg loves to jitterhug with "Shortie." GRIFFITH, STANI.EYw-"STAN" .'1t'l1llL'llll'C National Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Science Club 3, 45 Yearbook Staff fAclvertising Managerj. Class seldom goes by without a debate from him Y he's attracted to Vine Streetg studious and sin- cere. GUELLA, ROGER VICTOR--"ROC-li" fICGlf4'1I1 ic Football 2, 3, 45 Senior Safety Patrol, "N" Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff QSports Editorj. He-man physiqueg Canteen fang a top man on the football field. O RS FLICK, LEO JEROME-HSONNY flL'0dL'1l1iC Science Club 45 Yearbook Staff fPhotographerJ Quietg enjoys huntiugg is seen a lot with Elaine "WF O Fe I HARP, LEONARD-f-LENNH Academic National Honor Society Z, 3, 4g Science Club 3, 43 Yearbook Staff CClass Editorj. Scholastic ability is very high: skating is an en- joyed pastime of hisg riding in Don's jalopy is a treat to him. Q , ,Q 949 HAKANEN, DAVID-"HACK" .'iCllllK'1lll'I' News Cluh 1. A Likes underclassmcn: enjoys study hall and is al- ways making queer noises in them. HAXVKSVVO RTH, JOANN E-"HAWKIE" .-I t'0dl'1lI1'C Band 2, 3 CMajoretteJg Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3 fVice-Presidentlg Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, News Club 1, Z, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Maestro's high stepper, flirtatiousg red-hot jitter- bugs are her specialties. HAVVTHORNIS, RUSSELL GILBERT-"Pete" General. Has a slow, deep laugh, can't decide whether to drive a truck or loaf after he is out of school. .'ll'lllY'1'1IllC dentj . Freshmen girls. KERR JR., CLYDE VVILLARD-"KIRK" Gmzcral Commercial Club 2, 35 News Club 1, Z, 35 Band 2, 3, 4. Is a Band enthusiastg likes out-of-town girlsg plans to serve in Uncle Sam's Navy. KOMISAR, JAMES-"JIM" Academic Seen with Edg last year's new studentg always laughs at Ed's jokes. SENIORS HILL, LAVERNE LOUISE-"TWERP" Science Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 4 CViee-Presi- Likes sportsg doesn't like chemistryg pals with KACHIK, FRANCIS JOHN-"KATS" ,-lcadcnxfc Basketball 3, 45 Fast man on the basketball floorg seen with Swartz and gang. OF 1949 KOR MOS, I KEN li M ARIE-"RENE" ,-lmdnlzic Dramatic Club lg Y-Teens 1, 2. Definitely a "fennne-fatale," our gal with the beauiiful long tressesg likes to sing: keeps her acl- miration for "Alex" :1 secret. KRAVVCION, THERESA-"TliSS" Cn1111ln'rrif1l Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 CViee Presidentjg Conl- mercial Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2. 3, 43 Year- book Staff CTypistJ: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Always well-groomeclg strictly Connnercialg rare- ly seen without Mariang quiet: petite. .'il'lldL'1l1iC Freshman Class President. .XV Llif JNARD, JOAN RUTH-"JOAN" .-I cadvmic Dramatic Club 1 Q Foreign Language 1 3 Girls' Cho- rus l, Z, 3, 4g Cheerleader 3, 45 Science 3, 4g Xear- book Staff QClub Editorj. l.ost without Tom, her dream mang continually rearranging her hairy engaging smile, sparkling eyes. I.liZZ li R, EDXYA RD CHAR LES-"ED" lforeign Language Club 2, 33 National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 43 News Club l, 2, 33 Science Club 4g Loves to huntg has quite a sense of humorg seen with the gang: keeps us guessing who his girl is. Q Club lfditor J . SENIORS 1.l NDROSE, I.UCll-l.E ANNv-"l.lNDY" .-lrudvmir lland 1, 2, 3, 4 fTrcasurerjg Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, News Club 1, Z5 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 fViee-Presidentjg Science Club 3, 4 CTreas- urerjg Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, Yearbook Staff CClub liditorl. Constantly talking of Milt, sole flute player in the band, enjoys Chemistry class. MAHAN, DONALD C. NlAlNbEL .-lrade1n1'r National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff MCMULLEN, M ARIAN ANN-"SHRIMP" ci01ll1Ill'?'Cil1l Commercial 2, 3 fVice-Presidentj 4 fPresidentJg Foreign Language Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 15 National Honor Society 3, 43 Yearbook Staff QTypist and Club Editorjg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Sizzling hot temper, sports enthusiast, always in trouble with Mr. Carson on account of the boys in 12-lg thinks Mike is super. Never parted from his "'38" Chevyg likes to go skating with Lennfwoncler why? MEARNIC, THOMAS JOSEPH-"TOM" Academic Band 1, 23 News Club 1, 2, 35 "N" Club 3, 45 FOO!- ball 3, 4, Basketball 2. 3. Ladies man, our right half-back, always with the l163.IT1. MURESKUNICH, PAULINE-"PLINKA" General Foreign Language Club 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 1 Secretary l . A-1 in dancing: cute dimplesg is sure to make some deserving fellow a good housewife. 949 MOI JDY, XYESLEY l7.s"VVEASEL" .-Ifudcmif Sophomore Class Secretary. Talks constantly of the "Metropolis" of Mundy's Cornerg flashy dresserg is he really as shy as we think? MYERS, joANNE F.-"JO" .'il'fId!'1IIlC Dramatic Club 1, Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3 CSecretaryJg Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 CVice-Presi: dentj 4 QPresidentJg National Honor Society 2 3, 4 Ufreasurerjg Science Club 3, 4 fSecretaryJ Yearbook Staff fEditor-in-chiefjg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 4 , . Giggles incessantlyg peaches and cream complex- iong teased by Mr. Altimusg hopes to be a nurse. NOBLE, NEAL DNVIGHT-"CURB" .'lL'tIdl'llllC Shy but mischievousg likes other towns fthe girls, that isjg makes friends easily. SENIORS NOVITSKI, EUGENE FRANClSi"GENE" .4faa'em1'c Likes Health Class discussionsg Taskey's right- hand mang natural wavy blonde hairg a favorite with the girls. UBLINSKY, ANNA MAE-"AMO" Aradevnic Dramatic Club 1, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Cheer- leaders 1, Z, 45 News Club Z, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Pearly white teethg her interest centers around Paul: enjoys typing class-Mr. Yingling, too. OLDHAM, DONALD S.-"SMlTTY" A endemic "N" Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Boys' Cho- rus 1, 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Freshman Class Treasurer. "Fat" and basketball are his favoritesg roguish smile, sparkling eyes. UNDRIEZEK, CLARA DELORES-"FAT" .rlrndcmic Dramatic Club 13 Foreign Language Club 2, 3g Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Cheerleaders 1, Z, 3, 43 News Club 13 Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4g Yearbook Staff CClub Editor, Advertising Staffj. lmpish gring thinks Don is topsg likes to crack her gumg loathes chemistry. OF 1949 ORSATO, 1DA MARIE-"I" Conzmcrrial Commercial Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 15 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 News Club 1, 2, 3: Yearbook Staff CTypistD5 Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 QTreasurerD. T.N.T. temperg twinkling eyes5 her favorite color is red. POPP, MARY ELIZABETH-"MARY" General Soft-spoken seniorg reserved clignityg consistent in her attendance of the "Capitol" Theater. R HK JADIQS, DA VID GEORGE-"CURLY" .-lcadwzzic Boys' Chorus 45 Dramatic Club l, Z, 35 News Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Staff fAdvertising Staffj. Our official barherg Shirley's one and only5 seen at Cicero's5 always telling jokes. RUIJGER5, XY. FRANCIS-"BlRDI-EGGS" A cada nz ic Rusty's chief grease-monkeyg "devil-may-care" attitudeg a flirt-deluxeg dreads report card day. SENI ROMAGNINO, MARY Academic ORS Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 3, 4g Yearbook Staff fClass Editorl. Quiet and sincereg always at always with Theresa Phillipsg ture nurses. SM IDGA, CATHERINE D.-"CATHY" Mary-Glo Libraryg another of our fu- RUSSELL, RONALD WILLIAM-"RUSS" Academic News Club lg "N" Club 3, 4 fPresidentjg Year- book Staff QClub Editorjg Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Chosen most handsome senior boyg avid sports playerg our star kicker in footballg pleasing per- scnality. General News Club 1, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Ruth's palg likes bus clriversg dancing fang likes "Cincinnati" SMITH, PATRICIA RUTH-"PAT" General Y -Teens 3. Smiles a lotg the fun loving typeg loyal to Lincolng regular sport. O F I 949 SOLAN, MICHAEL-"MIKE" .Al Ftldfllllt' "N" Club 3, 45 Football 1, Z, 3. Has no use for school during hunting seasong likes sportsg wavy black hairg never seen without Steveg thinks Marian is cute. STRIQNKO, ROBERT-"lXl ERI?" :I rridvnzir "N" Club 3, 4 fVice-Presiclentlg News Club lg Senior Safety Patrol. Member of the W'ebster gangg likes unclerclassman -J 'ZH' girls g mischievous. STRUGALA, HELIENIC CAROL-"HEl.ENE" CilIllllllL'!'l'l.Ul Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Qlreasurerjg Dramatic Club: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: News Club l: Yearbook Staff f'l'ypist, Layout Blanagerj. l.oves polkas---does them in her own Polish styleg spitlire temperg appreciates the finer things in lifeg has hewitehing' eyes, SXVARTZ, ROY-"RO Y" .-1 cadvmic "N" Club 2, 3, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Safety Patrol. One grand guyg in football he's tops: well built and invuhlerable. ne-Q SENIORS VERMILLION. MARVIN R.-"MARV" .-Ifrlfirmir Sleeps through Mr. Creany's stncly hallg likes apple eiderg seen with the gang. VVILSON, RUTH ELAINE-"RUTH I E" .4mdc'mic National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 News Club 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 4. The "smile then blush awhile" typeg goes to Vin tonclale quite often-reason-Joe, of course. WINNING, GIQURGE EDWARD-"POOD" .4l'Udl'llllC Science Club 43 Freshmen Class Vice-President. Smokes a pipeg wiggles his earsg pals with Edg quiet but friendly. YODER, JACK M .-"JACK" .-Icadcznic "N" Club 3 CSecretaryl 4 CTreasurerJg Football l, 2 fAdamsJ 3, 4 CNanty Glojg Basketball 1, 2 QAdamsD 3, 4 1Nanty-Glolg Yearbook Staff QSports Editorj. If the lab blows up, look for Jaekg seen walking Kathryn to and from schoolg likes to tease girlsg plans to be coach or math instructor. 1111 19119 I 1,10 CLASS HISTORY ,f 1 1 11N ll X411 N Il 1 l15 1 S llf 1 I 1111 N 1 ill N1 1 1 11 111 NNI K N 110 1.1111 1 W' 1 ll lik V 11 1 1 5 11 1 Q1l111 111 5 11111 111111 N 11 1 1 1 5 111111 S 1 1 111111 t11 1 155 I1 1 111 5 1 ll 111 .15 111111- 1112111111-11 1111. 111- 111-115-g1-11 1111 11-1111 11. 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CLASS WILL Delores fJIlCI1'1CZC1x leaves her col1eet1on of love notes to Phxlhs Rhoades Raxmond Corn xx111s 111s devot1on to the II1lltop pers to Stexe Blrr o Xnne Mx ers donates her 1JI'CClbCI'1C9b to Ianet Dane B111 Rodgers 1e1ves 1118 seat on the Qtudy Hall stage to John Bobaek Daxld 1I'1k'1nen Ie1x es Ins HIJIIIIX to Hlrt xx 1th the oppos1te sex to Delores Ij0I1Q'1I1Zl Xnna Mae CJIJIIIISRN donates 11er slender xxa1st 11116 to Barb 1r'1 D1Sll0lIg Rox'11 Dukes leaxes 111s h'11111on1ca to Paul Ijl111l1ps Pat Snnth xx1lls 11er short eurlx IIHII' to Ixvlla Noble qtanley Cmffith donates 111s long xxalk for h1s one ZIIIII onlv to 'mx one 11 Ulllg the 1n1t1at1ve to do so Ioan But 111 xx111s 11er helght to Donna II'1k'1nen Ioe 1 X'llIlQN1xO donates 111s bu11e1 to Martm Mc Mullen Iax erne 11111 xx1lls her 11tt1e black book to Pat NICDCFIIIOIL Iaul Buch leax es 111s ab111tx to g1xe Psxehology speeehes to Fred Walk Irene Isormos 'md Marx Popp xv1ll tI'l6lI' q111et e11spos1t1ons to Yx onne Dequeant and Piillllfle SI rak IIOIN IjOl1gl112I. xx 111s some of 111s I1C1gI'It to qhuley G 11111361 Rlehard Koxx alezxk Ieax es 111s pos1t1on as t11e lone 111a1e LOIHIHCTCI 11 student to Matthexx XV'1ClIl1I11 Betty Connelly leax es her loxe for football play ers to Ixose Qerluco I eo I1I1L1x xx111s lns loxe for one xx o1nan to Leon 11d Ntager Ilene Nox1tsk1 lelxes 111s Job at Iasky s to Don Nustm VCYCJIIIL1 Budash lexves her love for Nexv York to Jack Iaekens M'1rv1n X CTIHIIIIUII xx1lls 111s loxe for 11o11dax sprees to Fd X CYIUIIIIOH Roy Sxxart7 le txes 111s 11n1111y 11a1r to Bo Qvxanllart Clxde Ixerr don ttes 1115 IFICIIIIIIIICSS toxxarel tl1e oppos1te sexe to M 11g'1ret IXHCIIIOII M 1r1 111 McMullen and 1heres1 Ixravxuon xx1ll t11e1r frlenelslnp to Gertrude FOYCIIIAII anel I I1rr1et IRIIICYSOII Ir1ne1s Ixenton donates 111s laugh to Ann Des kex1e11 oe L1xana11g11 xx111s 111s PUSILIOH as n1an'1ger to Bob Maekall Ruth W 11son leaves l1er ab111ty to blush easlly to Mary Brown 26 IRYZIIICIS Ixaeluk donates 1119 pos1t1on on the bas ketball Floor to I a111 Lax anaugh 1Ion1 Mearme leaves 111s loxe for football to Clx de I mgar C1ther1ne 511115511 1 xx1lls her loxe I 91 for ehenustrx to Bettx lean Rager Bob qtrenl o donates IIIS loxe for underclassmen to Ona Nnderson Ixon Russell and I'1e1 Xoder Ie'1xe t11e1r loxe for 1lllXlllg ehenncals 111 e1en1 1111 to 51113111 IJ'1x1s and NI mon Nlxers Dlx 1d Rhotdes vx1l1s 111s teet11 to Iohn Qtrapple Bettv I vlns vx1l1s her efnelenev IS ofhee seeret'1rx to I redl I,'1lIg1lC1IIYll1g,'1I Ix11sse11 11 1xx t11or11e 1e'1x es 111s x Lr1etx of SLIICIX hall se tts to I me IJIIIIVIICICIIC o 111ne II 1xx1 sxxort11 do11 Ltes her IIIIIIIV as a Illgll steppmg 111 lyorette to I XCIXII Shaffer 111 B'111g11111 111 x 111s 1115 IIJIIILX to break 1 lqllllllllfllt to anxone IIIXIIIQ the 1111s1ort1u1e of belng so unluekx Roger f1ue11'1 le'1xes IIIS POSILIOII o11 t11e footb 111 held to X mee Ctllltl Ix 1t11rx ne Conner and Marx IXOIH xgmno xx111 LIICII' loxe for readmg TOIII mee Ill21Q'l7IIl6S to 'Iom 1 raxle Lnd oe Desl CNICII euses to R1c11ard Tye Marx -Xnn Caxanaugh xx111s l1er xx 11k to Mxrx Scappmo I eonard Harp xx 111s 1115 ellenustrx expernnents to Kathryn Berdomas 1 dxxard I ezzer 'md 11111 Ixon11s'1r 1e'1xe the1r loxe for lllllltlllg tr1ps to Pete Bx1eh and Fred Lonner Id'1 Orsato donates her X'11lCty of llI'I.1C escorts to Rose IXOIUHQUIHO George Xxllllllllg le'1xes 1115 b1sl1f11lness to B111 Schnndt Ntexe Noxotny xx 111s 111s loxe for te1s1ng the g1rls to INICIXIII C1r11a11'111 INIRI IXIICII 11 Ieaxes 1118 nnnstrel songs to 1111 MeI3ern1ott Ijxxlgllt Noble xx111s 111s tr1ps to Ienas to 1 111 I eonard Ie ene btrug, 11 1 xx1l1s her loxe fo1 IHIISIL 11oxx IIII l en Ie lion 11111111111 donates 1115 b 1sket11111 '1b111tx to I lrrx Nlxers I 11111116 More sko111e11 le'Lx es her Job 'ls Z1 xx utress to M'1ry !1tkos NN eslex Moodx xx111s IIIS long tr1p home to 1111 Q IX lll xugh Ioan Leonard and Xnn I Illf1l'0bC le axe tlliill' loxe for double datmg to X Ifglllla SC1Igl and Helen Lxoshey 7 hc 1949 Echo V4 ' ' , - 4 - V f . V V . . . V V- 1 ' 1 V 2 . 1 ' 2. , ' ' . I ' ' ' . -I T I. I c I . I -I I -' I 2 . J ' -- Q "'1 2 " . IYZI A- 1 1 I L' ' ' ' V' 1 L' ' IL' - c I .I ' 1 I I A 'I 1 .I. 2 2 Q . 2 'I 2 'I 3 1 . 2 .. 1 2 2 2 f . 2 ' ' 2' . . , ' ' ' ' 1 .. . 2 , . ' 2 .. ' , , 2 2 . . . Q -2 5 V 2 2 ' . . f f I ' 2 ' " ' -I 2 X 2 'ex ' 2 2 " '2 5 'f - H ,, V . . . . . V . V . . 2 K ' f 'I I I s I I I4 'Ivy s K I 4 5 - 122 ' 2 2 x'I 5 2 ' 1211 '. 11 "2 2'.' '2 V ' V - V- 1 u ' V -U I 'I I I . c ' ' 2 If 2 I 2 T , I 2' I A Q f 1 A I r I I- K 4 - I ' " 2 V1 'se 'I . Dim Mahan wills his ffjalopyv to Ted Gebac-ZV M1ke Solan donates 111s unexcused huntmg ex- . u 1 ' ' I 4 V 7 L C A 'V I 1 I . f e '. - - 2 '. ' -- I ' ' ' V I :I I 2 ' . 1 V I I Ijc 2 ' ' I ' 1 I r 2 1 2 1 ' ' 6 ' K 2 l LI II I I L s s . 1 a I I I . A 4 ' ' ' ' T Y - , c 1 L4 . I xv C v ss B. Z V. A V. VV: . . ,. U ,S V I ' , 2- 2 . ' 1 " 2 2 . ' ,f ' "'c '2 - 2 c ' .' ' Q - : 5 ,II . .IL 4 I I I I V. Y V. V .V . V ,A V ',V,, ,. V 2 V V V V . 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V. . 2 V X V CLASS PROPHECY I 1rl Baugl1111n1 ns stlll 111 nkmg 1112111tl1ly Illylllklltx for tl lal Ulllllllllkllt tlllt lu l1rukL xxlule l1e suffurul through dum lab lrdmls Hu1t1u1 IN Llmf lIlNtI'lILt0I' it the Xrtlmr Xlur my Dame 821111111 lll IXux lurk Fl ASH' X ero1111.1 liudaxh A1111 rlcas forc111c1st mod nl hae just bun rgquutul to appgar 111 the 16.811011 IXLVILVV of 1960 at l21r1s 112111 liutila was rueutly pro11141tul prlvatn sumo tvplst to the Pfldlltllt uf tlu Lmtul Stntu 111 liyull has just Ullllllliltll 1 suuusful tour of the 118111011 xxhlla stdrrlng, lll lllw 1111ll1u11 dollar promlue 11011 ll1e lxalsnr QHdll2ll1f.fll Is .1 pnrtx ll uumgr 11 the S11 1 -Xmti lxdee Track Ill Ldlllllfllld Xldry lxllll CclX3.lh-lllgll 11 1 l1IlllLXXlfC 111 lnm Rmk Durmq the cl.ayt1111L she uurlw it the l'l1111dj11ff Llnue Ill 'Xanty Glo Bdtw Loumllx ls NIIDLYXINIJT of nurses lt llll I xmnrnty 111 l'1ttsl1urgl1 lxithryue Lonmr hu lur OXNI1 prndte l1OS1JltHl 111 Xlaska L 1rt1 11111 mmm urns 11 1111111 wturu loc 1 L Illflbllgllllllt Q2u11l1r121 Lountx P11111 ljllllgllld has Ufglllllkll lux UXKII urcllutri 1.11 Dulus 1 t1ll Nlllf, lm L S1111 He ClllXXS l1lun11r111ts for fdxter 211rer21ft on Ex.-xlllsuko his Juxt xxuu thy tltlc Ur Alllkflkd. 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'5 1 5, r . ' , , ' ,, , ., , ,, ,- - -. 2 - - . . - 1 ,, - . . . . I r 1 v in , I 1 , - 1 - . - 1 -' . . . 1 A . A x 1 . . 1 -- . 1 I 55 5 5 5 5 .5 5 . . 5 5 ,5 5 .5 55 , . . 55 . . . . . 1 2 . 1 . lol " 3 2s ' s-l ', ' xv 5 A55 5 '5' 5 5 " X' ' 1 .5 . M5 Y l121.' Ins own vzxrlcty slum' . 'V Y vrk. H1 " 'ml' ' ' ' - " t- . T . . . . . . . ' 1 ' .1 .'. . . . . f .1 . '. .. 51 15 5 5 5 . 5 . Tll- 'Q Pl 41 of lxttle lXUV1lK'll,S llllllllljl 2 ' l A ma L" ' ' Idlr' A ' 1 V- - Ali "5 - lays. 1 " 5. , . , ', J . . , - ' .- . .5157 151 - 1 1 5. 1 5 15 ' ' Y " 1 '2 2 f "ny" . . . . . , . . . . 2.1 51, ' . .5 .' . 5 5 . 5 I ,. 5 5 1 1 1 . " ' .- " 1 ' i -h r s ' x ' I - " -h ' 2 .' ' Y - 5. l.. ' - h 1 : in , K? xf M 'M . g is fam, . Y Y -an lfirst roam' left to riylitf-M. Creany, Adv., S. Gambcr, E. Dugan, L Evans H Hrapchak 9 Yoder l' 1' ' ll . ., . , . . -, x. rmc e, M Radnoti, j. Burkey, S. Bensor, N. Hibbard, E. Cassick. Sccmzd rorvfkl. Hyich, M. Sargent. j. Davie, N. Klaterna, j Moose, P. Skrak, O. Anderson, Y. Dequeant. T1Il'!'tf7'0'ZU+F. Daughenbaugh, lNl. Myers. M. Patarini, V. Smith, A. Davis, M Brown, M. Scappino. lfourtlz row--F. Sybert, R. Simmons, M. Lindrose, B. Russell, A. Hulina, M. Simmers, R. Nazarak liifflz row-B. Rager, H. fioshey, C. Conner, D. Austin, B. Mehalko, V. Seliga, R. jones. .S'i.rlI1 ron'-T. Mackall, B. Schmidt, j. McDermott, F. Brusko, R. Gore, F. johnson, C. liingar. .S'l"I't'IIf1I ro-zweli. Lezzer. B. l.ekawa, F. Charney, M. Carnahan, D, Kelly, A. McCullough, j. Soltis. Iiiylztli rim'-L. Stager, R. Rudolph, XY. Swanhart. F. NYalk, S. Soflarsky, E. Lekawa. Ninth ron'--j. Labash, H. Rose, R. Silich. R. Zamboni, M. XYadium, j. Strapple, T. Paul, R. McDermott, M. liobcr, Bl. Byzdcl. T'resident--john Dropcho Secretary-Lois livans Treasurer-Betty Claire McDermott X'ice-Presiclenthlxonard Stager .Xdvisor-Mr. Creany The junior Class held its first meeting in 1 Jctober. The purpose of this meeting was to have nominations for officers. Yigorous campaigning by the candidates and their friends filled the high school for a week before the ballots were presented and ofiicers elected. With capable officers to lead them the juniors set about planning their activi- ties for the coming year. The first occasion was the Thanksgiving Dance at the U.M.XY.A. hall which proved to be an overwhelming success. Two skating parties and a Christmas Turkey Raffle marked the end of the first semester activi- Tlu' 1040 lfflm ties-mid-semester exams were looming darkly overhead. lixams over and everybody happy, the juniors turned to their social plans once again. The junior Class Party held in january proved to be most unique, entertaining and hilarious. This was followed by an old-fashioned sleigh ride. Two teams of horses were hired and off went the jun- iors into the neighboring hills to enjoy lirandma's sport-sleighing. Two more skating parties and an liaster llam Raffle brought to a close the minor juniors. Attention was now activities of the focused upon the affair of the year-The From. XVhat a gala occasion that was! 29 lfirsl ruw'YBl. Lindrose, D. Hakanan, H. Soyka, M. Masylar. Svrozizl row-A. Caldwell, R. Romagnino, B. Harp. C U'Farrel, A. Evans. R. Serluco. Ii. Guella, J. A. McDermott, H. J. Stoyka, M. Kozlovac, I.. Simendinger, J. A. XVarmas Third row--Mr. Buige, D. Bcrdomas, P. Rhoades, N. Shuman, li. Chapman, li. Rosko, M. Shuman, T. Fuller, M. Hrnska Iiourllz row-M. A. Peach. l'. Trombly, A. M. Kormos, li. Bender, li. Michaels, Ci. Louis, T. Noble, M. Anodide, B. A. Sar- gent. liifllz rim'-li. Bushko, D. Dongilla, B. Travis, S. Radnati, F. DeCrt-zenso, A. Havern, M. Hancharick, R. Agglotti A. Gabor. .Si.rll1 rim'-VV. linierson, D. Crosman, S. Yaronczyk, J. Mosso, A. Marsinko, Ci. Fuller, J. Boback, XV. Russell .S'v1'euIl1 rim'-M. Hruska, S. Barr, C. Harmotta, S. McDermott, J. Patterson, P. Cavanaugh. J. Courtney, S. Lanek, R Mullohlen. liiylzth ron'-J. Marsinko. S. Foreman, A. J. Koscho, M. A. Smith, G. Brown, M. Valmonari, J. Dunwiddie Ninth row-H. Kelly. J. Jackens, l.. Crnarich, F. Nazick, E. Shaffer, C. Ceria, VY, Toth. T. Prave. Tenilz rim'-J. llongloff J. Buchanan, H. Gentile, XV. Snyder, A. Chernisky, J. Myers, XY. Martin, F. Longazel, G. Flannagan, G. liyich, l.. Prinille SOPHOMORES President-Hugh Kelly Vice President-Donna Hakanen Advisor The Sophomore Class really started out with a bang this year! VVe were looking forward to the coming yearywhich would hold so much for our fnturefwith a look of determination and eagerness. Under the supervision and help- of Mr. Ruige we went forward swiftly, carrying out all our 30 Secretary-Phyllis Rhoades TreasurerARose Romagnino -Mr. Buige plans. VVe ordered our pins and rings during the first half of the year, VVe are a large class, numbering ninety-tive in all. VVe began our social activities with a "Fresh- 1nen VVelcome Dance" at the Slavish Ilall in October. Later on we had a class party on Jan- uary lO at the Miners' Hall with each member bringing a guest. At both parties everyone had a grand time. The 1949 Echo lfirsl rim'-Xl. McMullen. Anderson, D. Yoses E Thomas Xl Fyc R Rudolph D Murra B 'Xl l'l 'NI lx ,, . , . , . 'y, .letr1c1,l. 'err,M Lee, S. Miller, M. llensor, I. XN'atson, S. Hrapchak, Mr. Truby, Advisor. .Stcfnlcf row-Mr. O'Donnell, Advisor, D. Seliga B. Thompson, li. Katchik, A. Deskevich, L. Vermillion, D. Lambing, D. Schmidt, T. Anderson, W. Lindrose, J. Deskevich, R. Simmers, P. McDermott. Third row--I. Kerezsi, M. Mehalko, M. Lokos, T. Kasecki, J. Symusiak, I. Popp, B. Gates, A. Dowen, li. Nazik, J. Cavanaugh. Ifonrfh 7'll'Zt'fS.JI1CliCllS, B. Mackall, P. Radnoti, R. Harp, M. Demchak, F. Conners, F. Stefanick, L. Dugan, M. C. Funyak. Ififflz row-J. Ralston, M. Roman, G. Garis, J. Trifelli, C. Olstein, C. Ebandjieft, M. Simosek, R. Dunwiddie, J. liisic. Si.rlh row-N. Newell, M. Zatkos, E. Martin, 1. MacDonald, L. Myers. P. Byich, H. Pillock, J. Kelley, D. Shrout, R. Sanderson. Sczfmzfli row-J. Caldwell, M. Ii. VValker, J. Rogal, V. McCullough, P. Cald- well, V. jones, H. Bitchko, C. Stretchko. Eighflz rozu-J. Jacobsky, S. Moody, M. A. Sekerak, M. Paterini, J. Swanhart, J. Davidson. H. Rosko. J. Blair, E. Funyak. Ninth row-B. Lasinsky, J. Kimack, D. Strapple, J. Moore, R. Stephenson, A. Hurtack, XY. Leonard, A. XYadium, D. liowalczyk, J. Evanicsko. FRESHMEN President-Rose Rudolph Secretary-Mar-faret Roman Vice-President-Donna Lee Murray g Treasurer-Andrew Wadium Advisors-Mr. Truby, Mr. O'Donnell On August 30, l948, a group of bewildered pupils entered the doors of Nanty-Glo lligh School. We were extremely excited and uncertain as to what our future as students would be here. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Truby and Mr. U'Donnell, a llalloween party was held in the Study Ilall. Decorations were hung, prizes were awarded for costumes, and delicious food was Cll- joyed by all. Hur next activity was a dance at the Miners' llall. VVe were happy that this event turned out to be a huge success. The 1949 lirlzo Mid-terms are here and half of the year has passed away. Only four more months of school and then we will be Sophomores. The time is hurrying hy and February, March, and April have passed leaving behind memories of work combined with pleasure. Now we are HCI'LllllllllIlgu all we have learned in preparation for the final exams. As we see the end of May approaching we are eagerly anticipating returning to school next year as Sophomores. 31 Wgfe 3 may I 'lunar iv. ff' .ba ,fm ,fi gsm s ,Q f 1 ' ' 4 WWW' 2 M Q it ef 5 xii TH C I7 . 5 x X ,X Y x fn! 5 L E T I counter of the season to Spangler by a slim by ffhvs .ll11m1yvrs.front raw, Ivft tu right-J. Cavanaugh, M. Hruska. B. Mackall, B. Mihalko, head manager. Svfund rata'-R Swartz, R. Strenko, T. Mearnic, J. Evauicsko, F. Benton, R. Guclla, J. Yoder, N. Kalenak. Third row-L. Prindle, P. Byich M. Paterini, C. Lingar, J. Jacobsky, L. Myers, J. Cavanaugh. Fourth row-T. Mackall, D. Austin, J. Miseuko, P. Cava- naugh, J. Buchanan, G. Flanagan. Fifth row-M. Creany, Fac. Mgr., J. Goilloff, J. Moore. F. Brusko, M. Carnahan, A Hurtack, XN. Swauhart, R. Rudolph. Sixth row-J. Labash, R. Russell, XV. Martin. oothall Team Coach Joe Gates with a willing squad of forty-two boys has just completed one of the most successful seasons in the history of the school. The "Rams,' dropped only one en- margin of 7-6. The record was six wins, three ties, and one loss. Swartz again came out on the top as high scorer with 70 points. SUMMARY OF GAMES N. H. S. 14 - Gallitzin 6 A touchdown on the first play that Nanty- Glo received the ball was the highlight of this game. The game was played on even terms after this until N.l-l.S. added another T.D. to be matched by Gallitzin's TD. in the last quarter. 34 N. H. S. 14- - South Fork 0 After a scoreless first half of serious threat- enings by South Fork on Nanty-Glo's goal, the Rams came back strong in the third and last periods to score two T.lJ.'s. This was a hard- fought victory for Gates, gridders. The 1949 Echo oot a N H S 12 Southmont 0 Nantx Glo Rams xxere enterta111ed at l"r1ce 'Nle111o111l l1eld WCStll1tJllt bv tl1e Soutl1mont Holden l1gers The Rams hrst talhed Ill tl1e second quarter but nnssed the attempt for tl1e extra ptllllt 'l o msure the x1ctorx splrlxed bx tl1e hard flllllllllg of Sxxart7 the lxams shoved oxer Zillfltllel' l D 111 tl1e tl11rd quarter N H S 31 Patton 14 Nantv C lo ope11ed 1ts homc season agamst Patton md S0llllClly trounced them Pattons sparlxplug Tltllllgll' xx 18 hcld to one T D hx 'Nantx I los hnd cl1arg1ng l111e ll1e Nmtx C lo backs had 1 Held dax N H S 13 Barnesboro 12 lh1s xx IS Nanty C los hrst md onlx lllqllt game of the 4S season plaxcd on 1 sloppy Held Nantx Glo crossed tl1e goal lme hrst md xx IS leadlng 7 6 It tl1e half B1I'I1CSlJUl'0 s lxed Dragons ca111e bacl strong and I"'lllllll6d UVCI lllkl 3 1 '1 core of It x a secsux b1ttle unt1l tl1e hnrl chaptcr xxl1en Nantv l1los old I4Cll'll3lC screen plav prox ed 1ts xxortl1 ll11s pl ly was executed xery mcely on o11r boxs part xx1tl1 'Nantx C110 Ullllllllg 13 12 N H S 14 Farrolltown 7 ll1e lx uns l11d 111 off d1x xxhen they 1 et Larrolltoxx ll s elex en on our home Held lhe loc 1ls rm ovcr L lflllllttlxxf ll llllt onlv 111 lll lged to score txx1ce Ill the hrst l11lf ll1e second half xxas a dlfferent storx and xxas play ed on CXCII terms Thlflllg tlns per1ocl Qarrolltoxxu man aged to score a rl D as the result of a blocked luck The 1949 Lrho N H s 6 Shade Twp 6 'I l1e Nantx f lo gr1dders l11t a rut and stay ed tl1ere after tl1e1r s1xtl1 UJIISCLLIUXC x1ctory Sl1ade lvxp broke Nanty Glo s Wllllilllg strealx by holdmg them to a 66 t1e Shade Twp scored on a lJCHlltllflll p1111t fetllfll bx lrllllllllfi lNanty hlo scored late 1n tl1e hnal lJC1'l0Cl on a pass But the extra pOlUt xxas stopped belund tl1e lllle of Skflllllllage N H S 6 Franklm 6 The N H S gr1clders ot loe Pearlx Gates lllell 1 rough a11d readx Franlxhn team Tl1e Blue ays of Frmlxlm scored earlx 111 tl1e sec ond IJCI'l0Cl onlx to be matched by Nanty hlo s 1dent1cal score '1 fexx l1lll1l1tCS l'ltCl lhe rest of the glme xx as a h 1rd fought battle lll xxl11cl1 l1Cltll6I' tean1 scored Tl11s xx as the second con secut1ve 6 6 t1e for N H S N S6 L11 6 Nanty hlo scored ea1 ly Ill tl1e ga111e xxluch appeared to be the start to a11 e'1sy x1ctory Illlx hoxxexer xxas 11ot to be demed and 111 the tmal chapter thev mterccpted a Nantx hlo heave wluch led to a SlYlJ0lI1tCl' The extra Plilllt xxas stopped cold ldlus xx IS lvmtx C l tlurcl consec11t1xe 6 6 t1e rl l11s game hoxx ex er led to Na11tv Glo s be1ng croxx ned as tl1e C1111 br1a Lountv Iootball Clld.lll1Jl0l1S IN H S 6 Spangler 7 Nanty C110 met Spangler on tl1e local gr1d 1I'0ll Ill a postponed game plax ed on a xx et 'md Illllflfly held Tl1e locals xxere llillllllflfffl bx numerous 1ny11r1es vxluch led to the upset uc torx NH S scored first lll e1ght plaxs but fa1led 1n tl1e atte111pt for the extrl l3Oll1t Spang ler came back to score a11d convert thus tag gmg N H S xx1tl1 a Sllfpflblllg 7 6 defeat 35 I 0 I I D I ik O A '- ' .' ' A '-,1 ' 1 1-1 1 , Q , i . 1 ' 5 ' Q ' 1 ' . ' . . V , 4 4 T - . v . . . ,D -, . 1 . , . . 4 1 . 1 J- 1 . ' . 1. 1 . ' ' , ' H ,V - Y ' 71 sf - 1 v . . . , . , 1. . . J J ,. Z , .. , , . - 'Y v 4 's y 1 Q . I 'T r I 1 - 1 . 1 Y Y . . 1 '- ' Y V 'f yi , - - 5 , V uf v ' I C u 2 '. 1 - f ' C C I 1 1 T - 1 fn. 'T .4 1' - Y V T '- T 4 1 y U t K. A'1 'I . - L K . 'I' 'L ' '- z ' - - .H. . - ly T. . ' s .. ' ' . . T 1 A - ss X l V . I v 4 ' I l ' I V ,Q u A, ,- L. . , . . K- C - I I K . ' 1 , , Y 1 c Q cf' ' '. . X s K . . .x- r 1 -' ' vr . 4 Y ' Y v 'T I a q 1 l',I . ll along . s 12-7. xas ' , N Y " Q ' , ' i ' ' Q4' ' . .' A C - L L Y s . . . V 1 Q , .- , V .Og " ' ' . . . C- C ' I t Y. L, Y-. v. . T L - , , , . , , . - 5 I - - , . 6. T I . 4 T O OLD A O I O 1 " P, . , 1 T v , . , , ' . ' , 1 ' . . . . . I1 1 1- c . - , . . 'z Q z -' z ' ' 1 z 1 . ' 5 ' -- f s 1 H is 1 om. s 1' 5 ' ' ' C - .' z .. - . . , ' f I ff to rzqhf-R. Russell. Yoder, W. Swanhart, F. Karthik. S. Novotny, D. Austin, R. Rudolph, D. Oldham, J. Gong loft' I Guan.-xugh. aslzethall VVith the return of only two lettermen, Nanty-Glo started an unfortunate bas- ketball season with tive losses before downing the Alumni. Don Oldham leads the team with 78 points. Nanty-I Qlo Nanty-Glo ..,....... ,,.,,.... Nanty-Glo ......, Nanty-Glo. ........ .,........... . Nanty-1 ilo .......... ,. ....... ., Nanty-C ilo. ..,...., ,,,,,... . Nanty-Glo ......,... H Nanty-K ilo ,.... .... ..... , ..... . Nanty-1 Slot. Nanty-Glo ...... ..... . N anty-C Zlo... Nanty-Glo ..... .... ..., ........, N anty-Glo ....,..... H ....... Y. Nanty-C Elo ....,..... .....,.,....,. Totals ........,,.. ........... 36 Schedule Scare Scarf' Patton ,, Patton .,,....,........ M46 37 Gallitzin ,,,,,.................. .,,,..,,,,. Adams Twp .,..... .. ,.... ...46 South Fork ........,,..., ........,... 3 2 Alumni ...,,............... ............ 3 2 Richland ........,........... ............ 3 7 South Fork ...,........,, ............ 4 3 Franklin ,.,........,..... ............ 3 l Barnesboro ....,..... ..,.,, . U36 Lilly '..... .................. ....,,....., 2 6 Cresson ..,...,............ ............ 3 6 Conemaugh ...,.... . ........... 5-l C resson .,,..,,, ,, ., ,, ,..... .29 519 The 1949 Echo emi .Slt'tlfl'li, frnuf rare, left In right' -O. Anderson. J. Dimwiddie, A. Oblinsky, -I. Leonard. Seated, S1'l'UlId run'-D. Ondriez R. Romagnino, M. Lindrose. ,hiflllllfliflfl-T. Krawcion. CHEERLEADERS .'Xclvisur-Mr. Creany Razzle-Dazzle . , . Zizzle-Zip is a familiar tune ringing through the high school every day at 3:30. The energetic cheerleaders were practicing for the next game. Their motto is: "lmpruvement doesn't lmrt anyone." During the half at the fuotball games they took time out to sell candy tn secure enough money to buy new uniforms. Finally the big day came when they received their uniforms. This gave the cheerleaders of Nanty-filo Iligh School the "new lunkfl The new uniforms consisted of gray pull-over sweaters and jockey satin skirts. The cheerleaders supported the team in all kinds of weather. Most of the time they cheered in mud. They were really behind their team trying to boost their morale. Basketball seasun brought into the cheerleaders three new members. They were very eager to get their chance to cheer. They proved to be energetic and skillful. The cheerleaders made up new cheers for almost every game. N0 activities have been planned for the coming months. The 1949 Erlm Right End f sRoMe Rudolph' Left End Lex Prrndle fa it .0 if Jigs .N , , gy t t I ZZX Q , QX V 'ii ' Left Guard Roger Guella 5 M-Lk....,Wp M for me ', .f "' BA'-nz! -,1VQ ""' Ce rite r FYQHC IS Her Joe Efvamcsko , s R19htTackic 1 '-rf ., ix .F 11 Q fp it 4, M 5 Left Haif Right Half, R03 Swartz Tom X R g ht Guard Bob Strenko Fullback Ron Russell S Left Tilckie Quo-Vfefback Nick Kaieflak fo der' if , 1, Un Tuesday night. November 17, 1948. at the annual meeting oi the Cambria Lounty Lonference. the honor or 1 bria County Champions was bestowed upon them. They received this honor on account of their splendid record. F f YV W Qiglqffg xc xi Q feng! hiv X f Q I f X QQ I X Aj . Ei K7 f M' Zjflx Q, KX ' ,W , i C -M It A T U R E S tx 9"SQn. 1'ili7'SfI'H'Zs'f-l.. Simendingerg K. fYF3l'I'L'll1 lf. Cincllai li. Dugan: D. Gibson: P. Rhoadcs: J. A. Myers: H. Xl. Hrap chak: S. ISCHSUYI R. Romagnino: B. Harpg M. McMullen. .S,t't'1HIff nm'-M. A. Smith: D. Kelly: S. Griffith: H. Gentile P. Phillipsg N. Kalenakg D. Blahang R. Kowalczykg E. Bauglnnang H. Kellyg C. Shaffer: R. Rudolphg A. l.aRlantia. Third mfr'-M. Lindroseg V. Smith: li. Buschkog C. Ceriag E. Lezzer: F. Varljeng S. McDermott: H. Emersong A. Gaborg H ,l. Hager: R. VVilsong M. Paterinig K .Conner. lfourlh rozen-M. Hrushkag A. Lindroseg T. Nobleg S. Yaronczykg H. Go shey: M. Hrushkag R. Gnellag B. livansg R. Cortig B. C. Mcllermottg li. Michaelsg H. Strugalag M. Anodideg M. Scap pino. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President-Nick Kalenak Vice-PresidentA.'Xnn Lindrose Secretary-Kathryne Conner Treasurer-.lo Anne Myers Custodian-Stanley Griffith Advisor-A. LaMantia Attention! Are you looking for a club with the highest ideals and standards in the high school? Do you wish to associate with persons who have attained scholastic achievement? XN'onld you like to be a person admired and respected by more unfortunate people? Under our capable leader, Miss Lallflantia, we hope to achieve our greatest aims-to be respected by all, and to become better citizens of tomorrow. As an example of our growing influence on the school, twenty-six new mem- bers were taken into the club in October. Nearly everyone in the club attended the party in October. VVe all had an enjoyable evening. To become a member. one must not only possess scholastic abilities but also personality and good character. The final decision of eligibility in our society rests with our high school faculty. 40 The 1949 Echo . ' ur-vs lfirxl ron'-M. Sargeant: A. Davis: M. Xlyersg j. xlCDCfllltlftQ ll. Lf Mellermott. ,slfftlllll row-ll. J. Hager' H. limer son' S Noder' R 1-ore' lr Xarljen Third ron' Nl Stalpii j U I VI' 9 I . , . , . . . . . -. . . ' 1 ro: . rope iog '. , wan mart: R. Rudolph: R. l.ezzer f'lUlH'l11 ram'--IJ. liibsong lf. lxkawa: li. Llharneyg 'I'. Gebaczg P. llhillips. Sfrllldiflgl in lurk -M. Romagnino' A. l.incl ' ' ' null roseg j. Myersg L. Hill: lx. Lonnorg li. CO1 ' yg S. Novotnyg Mr. Altirnusg S. Gritlitlig D. Mahang li. Lezzerg G. VVinning L. Flick N. lialenakg R. Cortig J. Leonard. SCIENCE CLUB l1'resirIentiSteve Xovotny Secretary+.I'r1.-Xnne Myers Yiee-I'residentsNiek Iialenak 'I'reasurer-.Xnn l.indrose .Xdvisor-Mr. Altimus All chemists and physicists attention!! To lmroaden your seientiiie knowledge, join the Science Cluh. lfarly in the term the club met and discussed plans for the year. Then the work began. NYith our new movie camera we took pictures of all our snappy football games. liven after the season ended our games certainly weren't forgot- ten. VYe showed them over and over for the entertainment of the whole town. "1 lld Black -Ioe??" lley, that sounds like the minstrel, and that's what it was. Black faces and baggy clothes led the way to the most side-splitting event of the year. Did somebody mention food? Yes. it was time for our annual banquet. .Xlmove everything else this was a "must," 'l'lins we ended happily another fun-packed year. Tin' 1049 lirlzo 4.1 , - l"ir.s'f rom'-P. Yingling, H. Soyka, T. Krawcion, N. Shuman. H. Rosko, M. Radnoti. H. M. Hrapchak, E. Dugan, M Masylar. D. Hakenan. Second row-S. Bensor, D. Prindle, M. McMullen, L. Evans, H. Strugala, Y. Dequent, M. Byich, B Chapman, I. Orsato, O. Anderson, N. Hibbard. Third ron'-P. Skrak, G. Lokos, M. Hancharik, M. Brown, B. Travis, B Michaels, B. Brusko, J. Koscho. Iiourtlz nm'-F. Daughenbaugh, M. Patarini, V. Smith, R. Mulhollen, R. Simmons, F. Na- zick, F. Sybert. lfifth rowgj. Courtney, B. Evans, M. Lindrose, V. Selega. M. Palmonari, R. Nazarek. Sixth row-J. Dun- widdie, R. Simmers, V. Budash, J. Butala, M. XVadium, R. Kowalczyk, A. Hulina, H. Goshey. COMMERCIAL CLUB No, you weren't too far wrong-they did look like coal miners moving about in the halls and rooms. Actually, they were the new members of the Commercial Club being initiated. Initiations were followed by a grand party at the Teen Can- teen with lots of exciting games and plenty of food. This is the 19th Anniversary of the Commercial Club, one of the oldest clubs in the school. Many students have entered and graduated from our "Grand Old lligh School," and, we are proud to say, a large number of them have been active members of the Commercial Club. The Commercial Club has been under the direction of Mr. Yingling for a good many years. Mr. Zanzuccki, Mrs. Dropcho, and Mrs. Tindiglia have also had a part in its activities. Our major activities this year will be the annual trip to Cambria-Rowe Busi- ness College, the annual Minstrel, and the end-of-the-year picnic. So until next year. Commercial Club, carry on. 42 The 1949 Echo Ji n 1 .S'i'u!i'n',' lrfi to right---5. Gamber, D. Hakanen, X, Kerr, N. Shuman N. Hibbard J. Anderson, L. Evans D. Murray I. XYatson, E. Thomas, M. Bensor. Standing, first row, left t " lf-- . B k i 1 l J t o zzyz J ur ey, B. Dishong, M. Lindrose, C Smidga I Moreskonieh. C. Foreman, J. liutala, R. XVilson, J. Koscho, li. Conner, B. Rager, D. Meszaros, Adv. Shroud ron'-M. Shu- man, I.. Hill, Hawksworth, 1, Myers, A. Davis, B. Russell, M. Myers, li. Chapman, l. Ursato, A. Oblinsky, J. Leonard Y-TEENS l'resident-Kathryne Conner Secretary-Pauline Moreskonieh Yice-l'resident-l.averne llill Treasurer-Ida Ursato .-Xdvisor-Mrs. Meszaros Under the able supervision of Mrs. Meszaros the 1948-'49 Y-Teen Club got underway. The purpose of the organization is to build a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of developing their lives physically, mentally, and spiritually. Our money-making activity of the year was the selling of candy at the basket- ball games. The girls responded to this plan with fervor and enthusiasm. During the term we worked on our personal hobbies and proudly displayed them at the Mother-IDaughter Tea, held in April. VVhat we looked forward to most, however, was the election of delegates to the :Xrea Y-Teen and Hi-Y Conference in 'lohnstown and the election of a dele- gate to Tri-State Area Summer camp, which is held at some college in either l'ennsylvania, XVest Virginia, or Ohio. The '48-'49 year ended well, with the girls not graduating looking forward to more fun next year and the thrill of initiating new members. flood luck, girls! The 1949 154-ii., 43 5 . 0 5 is l 4 A Ifirsl nm'-IJ. Hakanen. li. Thomas, T. Krawcion, -I. Hawksworth, L. Evans, B. J. Stoyka, M. Masylar, S. Kiambcr bifflllltl row-M. Travis, Rogal, P. Moreskonich, B. I.. Davidso11.J. Butala, E. Shacffcr, P. Skrak. M. Patarini, J. Leon- ard. M. Mastovitch, Advisor. Third row-J. A. Myers, A. Davis, B. Dishong, M. A. Cavanangh, A. M. Oblinsky, A. Lind- rise, M. L. Sargcant, M. Myers, B. Russell. lfourtlz frm'-A. Dowen, B. L. Thompson, l. Orsato, M. Roman, C. liliandjieff J. Burkey, D. Undriezek, M. Shuman. GIRLS' CHORUS President-.I o Anne Myers Secretary-Mary Patarini Vice PresidentfTheresa Krawcion Treasurer-Mary Patarini Advisor--Mr. Mastovich "In your Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it-" these familiar strains of lrving Berlin's came through the halls each NVednesday. The girls harmonized with the boys to perfect the lovely theme for this year's annual April Festival, which will characterize the seasons of the year. Although the girls sang "Sunnnertime" and "Because" alone, most of this year's concert will combine the boys and girls talents. Besides the Festival the girls have planned a mixed-group party after the show. 44 The 1949 Echo 9 ,Y 1' 1' ef f ' Wi , , 1 V 4 l , 2 f A I Y, , X 4 1 ,H N l 9 v 3 TR, A , i V K .V Xxx lfirxl rfrzv, Inf! I0 riglzl-li. Blulhollcn, M. Carnahan, li. Flannagan. H. Gentile, N. lialenak, H. Kelly, J. McDermott Patterson, Nl. Klastovich. Adv. .hfftllltli I'U'It'--J. Ralston, lf. Yarljen. l.. Klycrs, J. Cavanaugh, li. Bauglunan, R. Corti, Qhoadcs, XY. liincrsou. D. Lanihing, Rl. Rlcklullcn. BOYS' CHORUS l'resiclentf-Nick Kaleuak Yice-President-Joe Cavanaugh Secretary-'l'reasurer-liarl Baughinan Advisor-M. Mastovich Are you another Bing? Do you have a voice like Vaughn? Can you croon like Frankie? ,Xnyone feeling he can meet these requirements he sure to try out for the lloys' Chorus. L'nder Mr. Blastox'ich's supervision the Boys' Chorus was reorganized. lfach week the halls of school echo with the voices of deep bold bass and soft smooth tenor. "XYouId you like to buy a ticket to the spring concert F" This is the familiar cry of all the nleulhers of the lloys' Chorus. After our performance at the Liberty theater, which cliniaxed long hours of practice and hard work, we were rewarded hy a thunderous applause of an appreciative audience. lm- ww limi, 45 lfirzrl row- -T. Mearnicg R. Strenkog J. Cavanaugh: J. Evanicsko: R. Swatrzg R. Guclla: F. Benton: l.. Prindlcq N. Kal cnakg D. Oldham. Second nm'-R Russellg J. Yoclerg M. Carnahang R. Rudolphg J. Gongloffg C. Lingarg A. Hurtack. "N" CLUB President-Ron Russell Secretary--Roger Guella Vice President-Robert Strenko Treasurer-Jack Yoder Advisor-Mr. Gates With the excellent guidance of Coach Joe QPearlyJ Gates the "N" Club had a very successful year. They held their annual banquet which was greatly sup- ported by the public. New members, who received their letters for the first time, were given a tough initiation, which was taken in a very sportsmanlike manner. Recently an alumni "NH Club has been formed allowing members who have graduated to continue in the activities of the club. 46 The 1949 Echo l"irsfro1u,lcft to riqlzt-l.. Evans P Dunlap Svcarui row J Davie R Mulhollcn A VI' k 'NI L l ., . . L - . , . 1 , . . i lSCIl'0, lf. . Sergent. Third rowhll. Wadium, E. Shaffer. lfnurllz nm'-Mr. Mastovich Adv., I. Burkey, D. johnson, D. Scaife, J. Hawksworth. Fifth ron'-J. Patterson, N. Roles, B. Russell, 1. Campell. Sixth row-P. Trombley. Y. De Queant, T. Lekawa, P. Caldwell. Sm'- rutli raw-D. Lambing. B. A. Sergeant, D. Hannigan. E. Funyak. Eighth rmu-G. Brown, -I. McDermott, M. Palmonari, A. Udda. Ninth row-S. Yoder, D. Hakanen, M. Roman, B. J. Rager. Tenth row-A. Lindrose, C. Ehandjieff, V. Rhoades, J. McDermott. Elmfcuflz row--B. Emerson, R. Martin, J. Travis, B. Austin. Trcrlfflz row-T. Dongilla, P. Scaife, A. Kalenak, I. Hayes. Thirlawiflz rim'--C. Kerr, L. Stagcr, P. Davidson, A. VVadium. BAND President-Tom Dongilla Secretary-Donna Hakanen Vice-President-Matthew VVadium Treasurer-Pat Tromhley Advisor-Mr. Mastovich Notice to all Band members ll "Practice today at 3:30 in Study Hall." This is quite familiar to the ears of each Band student of Nanty-Glo High. We are all proud of our Band. Against higher competition it took first prize at the Halloween Parade in -Iohnstown. The members were costumed as typical miners, and non-ineinbers adding to the effect, pushed wagons of good old Nanty- Glo coal. But a much higher honor was bestowed upon them when they were invited to Washington among other top-ranking bands of the county. The trip will be made sometime in May. Orchids to Mr. Mastovich for his wonderful work in building up our Band. Through his work we now have a band to he proud of. We're sure that next year with many new additions our band will be sensational. By the way, onions to those who have nothing to offer but criticism. Thr' 1949 Efho I Y .V , , . xt? Q is . ,v Qui 'QQ ,.x, H- .5 'Y 2 M A W X .sl , ,. J 5, A3 .f tx yfu w 5, 'QV af: 5315? 'z aiiitgza xg I il ffgff may xkffiff- lg if wx I iii 5, S4 wi 2 ff, a ll K, f ,figlf A, Q... 5 Q M75 W x iw 95 FAAITIEE AL , 0 91,0 M Nysfrla' ,ff Cvltbfk 'Hifi 0,1- U? X K i i ll ' 4: N 2 'ny -'HEP' 4 G1-9 ...saw C Serving the People w vw: of This Community ln HE Sue.--' MTX! if jf' the Flnest of Entertainment Thomas A Bello Resident Manager For 20 years these theatres haxe been providing the finest of entertainment for the people ol Nanty f lo, and this entlre section of Cambria and adjoining counties Through good conditions and bad, during peace or war our pictures have been the best, and our serw lce to the public unsurpassed by any theatres Today conditions are at their best, and the finest service which our patrons may demand is being furnished, regardless of ex pense. We are here to please and will always provide the latest and best which the moving picture industry can produce. You are always assured of good pictures at the Capitol and Liberty Theatres, and will always be welcome to our line show houses. The 1949 Lcho Slnce l9Z9 The Theatre for the Entire Famllv A " 'Is X 1+ i. 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N t yi Compliments of RUBBO DISTRIBUTING COMPANY IMPORTING DISTRIBUTOR The Finest Beers In Town For Servlce Call Us PHONF 146 Flrst and Collins Street Nantv Glo, Pennsylvanla OF NANTI GLO HIGH SCHOOL I1 1940 ECI ll ' ' ll o SUCCESS AND BEST WISHES T0 THE SENIORS Compliments o La Mantua s Garage Authorized Dodge and Plymouth Dealers GAS OIL AND ACCESSORIES GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS PHONE 1361 NANTY GLO PENNSYLVANIA 111249141 51 ' Y 5 7 L I 4 Your Patronage Is Appreciated ' ' e ' ' za f ff 10 Congratulatzons Unlted Mme Workers of America LOCAL l386 0 T0 THE CLASS OF I I Compliments of KOPCHIACK'S GROCERY STORE QUALITY MEATS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Free Delwery Servlce 1061 RACE STREET Phone 9077 NANTY FLO PENNSY LVANIA Fompllments mul Beet Wzshes to Class of 1949 S T Runzo and Cresson PBllllbVlVallld FOIYLPIIHIGIIIS and Best Wishes to Class of 1949 Edwards Hardware Company FURNITURE NND HOOVER CLEANERS Phone 4 Ebensburg Pa f 1940 I I 53 I Company, Inc. V 9 .1 '. A o o 'hc A ffm RECREATION CENTER ' P . MIKE AND JOE S GRILL Nanty Glo Pa I omplimenls E S S O EBENSBURG OIL AND GAS Ebenshurg, Pennsylvanla I ompllmenls Costlow Motor Company Nanty Glo, Pennsylvanla Compliments Wlsslnger s Inn Open Kll Year BANQUETS AND PARTIES A QPECIALTY Nantv Glo, PBHllSylVElllla 54- 11 1949 Echo I ompllments of ' Of J O Joseph Taskey, rop Compliments of X. , 9 cf 0 ' . , , U! 0f 0 0 ' I f, Q ' T "nr ' Complime ts RAINBOW PLAZA MEALS RooMs BEER AND LIQUOR Shoemaker Street Nantv Glo Pa Compliment NANTY GLO NEWS STAND Nanty I lo onp n 1 GRELEK HOTEL Nanty Glo, Pa C pl: nv ts f M k lx e ko lu Prop Nantv 1 lo ljll ans ELMER F LITTLE BUII DIV! AND SUI PLIES Nanty Glo Pa Lo :pl e :ts THL NANTY GLO JOURNAL O O Roberts Street Nanty Glo Complt ents BURGESS GREENHOUSE FLOWERS ron EVERY OIQASION Nanty Glo, P Lomplt te its MARY S TAVERN RooMs AND LUNCHES Nanty Glo Pa The 1949 Echo 55 n 0f 0f 3 o ' : : Q O 5 - , -. -:,Pa. C I li I9 its ' n illlfl of of w 1 . Q 0 - . ' s P om 'I n nf lm ' MIKE'S P X of , 9 ie rs s .', . A Q 0 0 ' - I , Pa. ' ' N 3- Ctn 1 1 'm I ' 'n I uf of 9 . . 1 I Q ' ' 'V 0 ' s - - , . Compliments vf fmyl Cebu 0 'moose 207 Bowllng Nightly Danclng Saturday and Sunday NANTY GLO PENNSYLVANIA LLOYD STREET 56 ' 1 QARGENT S BEAUTY SHOP Nantv Clo Pa DPROY S JOIINSTOWN S I EADINI, ,IFWFI FRS AND OPTIIIANS Market Street Johnstown Pa P CHARLEY SKLARSKY S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Co pI GARRITY INSURANCE AGENCY INSUIIANIE UF ALI KINDS Nantvl lo Pa CARN S TRIANGLE INN WINNING SUNOCO SERVICE Route 422 Belsano P MOODY S SERVICE STATION 'Ilumly s lorner Pa PENN WAY MARKET Mundy 5 Corner Pd ll IU-IU I 11111 57 lfomplinwnls Complinu-nts of 9 of 1 K . . , ,, N . . 1 . . , I , . . I 1 , , , L 4 l 4 . ' . ' 1 , . ' 9 ' V , IIUIIIIIIIIHPIIIK Lumplun nts of of - v K 9 Y 1 5 Lloyd Street Nanty-Glo, Pa. Route 422 BCISQUOQ PH m intents I Compli nent of Of . . . , . fs 0 . I . . . O . 1 . , 5 , , a. lfomplinwnt Complinwnl of of , N I .E -5 0 . , , N I I . , . A I , . Compliments 0 KAVANAUGH MUTUR SALES Ford Sales and Servlce TIRES TUBES AND ACCESSORIES GAS AND OIL LUBRICATION AND WASHINC GENUINE FORD PARTS 972 Chestnut Street Nanly Glo P8llllSylVdllld , . L L I Q Phone 20 . 9 I .I 58 T110 19-I9 ONDRIILZEK FUNERAL HOME I ompletc Ambulance S1-rure HAGAN S RESTAURANT lHf1NE 163 NAN ry 110 IA ROBFR FS STRFET NANTY I I 0 I A LEKAWA S BAKERY NANTY mo IA RAGLEY LUMBER COMPANY NAN1v f,L0 PA Compliments Gilbert Wlssmger Economy Store Nanty-Glo Pa. I ompllments ldola s Beauty Shop Phone 29R Room 3 Bank Building Nanty-Glo Pa 19-IU I cfm - 1 w Cumplimeulx j . . . L! V- "f 9 P, '.g,,l, 4'N.' 1 -S,,' lj,,,,,,,1i,,,p,,g Cumplimvnts of vf s ' - ' I 1 w . , . - , , Y . , . . of of S, I . . . 0 0 9 9 9 o Compliments of Nanty Glo F1re Company I HIEF THOMAS XX UODRINI President Elmer F Llttle Vive President Joseph B :rr RPPOfIllllg Ser retarv If-she Johnson Financial Serreturv fldlr fook Treasurer A A Dlelrlch T R U Q T E E Q Leslle Johnson Thomas W omlrm Joseph Barr A A DIBIFICII Howard Wooclrlng .Swonfl Assistant Robert floltl Thlrfl Assistant joseph 1 ortl PHONE 42 INANTY GLO PENNSYLVANIA 60 Il 1049 Lmllu I - A 1 L. F Q A ,, , , L . f 1' .1 1 ' . . , . U 1 15 First Assistant .................. Paul Martin O Y . 9 K MN I :N WASHER AND SWEEPER HOSPITAL Llovd Strlel Nanlyl lo Pa Patrons RINEHART S PHARMACY PALMONARI S GROCERY BELLAVIA SHOE REPAIR Compliments 0 Knight s Life Insurance Company Rolwri Felton A fslstnnl Vlunager Igor e Soiko I for e Smith John Prawe 408 FISHFR BUILDINI FOIIIIIIIIIIQIUW 0 RUSTY S AUTO SUPPLY AND GARAGE RLS!! NIARIIY O Fenuzm' Parts or All lars and Truclw Grease 011 and lecessorws 1005 DAN IS AND LLOYD STREF PS NAN FX I IO PENNSY LW ANIA 10-IU I I 61 Complimvnts of , . I I f 2 ' - 1 , ' . , , s. ' A 1 1 , le g Q ' lr g .N ' ,E , CASALE BARBER SHQP TEL. 3-2251 JUHNSTOWN, PA , ' . f I 'QM ', , H L , Muvr J . ,' If I .' '. ,, ' , z ' ' . , . TS Y I .I 'ff ' Y-I., ' 'V if m BEST 0F LUCK T0 ALL YO BAGGY BROS B Y GRILL B Y SERVICE STATION B Y ELECTRICAL SERVICE Route 422 Ebensburg, Pennsylvama I omplzmente o Rothsteln s LPillIlllg Jewelers, nn Johnstown Since 1889 529 M3111 Street Johnstown Pennsvlvama Rufus Restaurant nuwnns SANDWICHES You Trzefl the Rest Now Try the Best Phone 9156 Lloyd Street Nanty Glo Pennsylvania 62 11 1949 Lvl . . . . . . . , , . f I ' I T 1 . . L . . , . N N , . I , . , . 9 . ' 9 "H, I, Bastian Brothers Company A hx 'I Q ROCHESTER Il, NEW YORK Designs rs mel I rmluurs ol Excluslve Hugh School Class Jewelry Engraved Commencement Announcements and Nome Cords CHARLPS F MrDONALD 239 Fourth Ave Plltslmrgll 22 P I ' . . 1 .. ' n 1 1 l R S 4 . ' . 920 Invcslnu-nl Building . . V' , - L Q il. f lfflm Compliments of Compliments JUDY 81 KAY'S Of LADIES AND iHllDREN S WEAR LITTLE S CLOVER FARM STORE GROI ERIES PRODUCE MEATS HOME MADE If E I REAM 1042 Flrgi Sn-et-1 Nanty G10 Pd 1290 Roberts Street Nantv Glo, Pa Lompllnwnts POLOSKY S MARKET l ompllmenls u E L 8x G E 31025100 NAWTYIIO IA far ph wuts BERNEY BROTHERS Rallroful Stn cl IOIIIISIOMII Pl l ur lpll mn! SHADDFN S STORE N mtv I Io Pa I 1 n plmu nh: 1 LEW INSON S DEPARTMFNT STORE IEIEIHONF I80 Nfmlx f I0 lennfwlsama l IIIIIIIIHIPIIUI MARY S DRFSS SHOP 5.Il00llldIxC r Street Nanlv Flo P 64 ll: 491.51 S, I , ' 7 'L . LL' 4 - 9 . 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N . . , . . , , . 1, . p, . lfomplimenls 7 Of . P f . . -.. N -' 1 ' , .- 111 , ' , . II. . 'n.I -1 , . lfomplinmnls LOIIIIIIIIIIPIIIS of Of 9 L 7 1 1 L N , , 1 fs, 4 - .. '-p,,'. "-LA,' Cmnplinmnl. V 1 COHIIIIIIIIPIIIS Of of .1 V S, . I Compliments GLOSSER BRO WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THIS POPULAR STORE ANY TIME YOU ARE IN JOHNSTOWN Lossf an Jounsrown PA EVERYBODYS STORE I loswer Brothers exteml hearty congratulations to the Nanty Glo High School Graduating Class of 1949 and may yzu arhleve smular surcess ln seeking a higher eduvatlon FRANKLIN STREET .IOHNSTOWN PENNSYLVANIA fl1949Ll Of L I , . r x " ' s 4 ', " V, ' . T . s '1l?"Al'10 l OIIIIIIIHIPIIIG C GJ FALCHINI IMPORTED BILILR DISTRIBUTORS .iwgg Best Beers Obtamable iii? Compliments The American Natlonal Bank Ebeueburg Pennsvlw anna I ompllmenta Soyka s Meat Market Bdnty G10 Penneylvama lln 1949 I clm f ' , . of PHONE 341 ICBENSHURG., PENNSYLVANIA of of I T. - - 'n 7 I 9 .f 7 . Compliments Of VFW LOY A DOUGLAb PosT .5489 Ex Servicemen s Club Tl 1949 I I I O I ' I N ANTY-GLO, PENNSYLVANIA fomplzments Central Tradmg Corporation MEAT DRY GOODS GROCLRIES FURNITURE MINE SUPPLIES Nantv Glo Pennsylvania Lomplrments Wolf Furnrture Company CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA S LARGEST I OMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Complzments Commons Hardware ELECTRIC RANF ES FRICIDAIRES FINEST IN IIARDWARLS Nanty Glo Pennsylvanla l omplrments Mundy s Corner Garage FLNERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS AUTO BODY AND FENDER WORK R D I Conemaugh Phone 9109r 2 70 llzc 1949 hclzo Uf 0f o Q 1 1 9 ' ' Phone 513 Ebensburg, Pa. . of of ' 1 A Y 1 , ' fi! F5 - . 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