New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA)

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O x 1 ,L 515 ,Af 7 4 f H' fy " ' I Y THE NE-CA-HI STAFF SONDRA HAMILTON MARY LOUISE WARD Editor Associate Editor GERTRUDE MIKUS Art HILDA ZAKEL Literary PATSY CIOPPA JOANNE RAPSON Art Art LORETTA MORGANTI Associate Editor JO ANN BROWN Literary and Humor JEAN ZARILLA Typist and Snapshots RAY OWOC Business and Advertising ti THE NE-CA-HI STAFF CARL C OTTON Assistant Advertising Manager JAMES OESTERLING Business and Advertising Manager HAZEL GUY Literary PHILOMENA SPARANO Literary and Snapshots STEVE POLLEY RUTH LENZ Typist Business and Advertising EUGENE BAER Art PAT SHIRA Typist and Literary AGNES O'CONNOR Literary JOANNE, GILKEY Typist FOREWORD As We step forth into the World from some of the happiest days We have yet lived, We Want to take with us something that Will for- ever remind us of these pleasant memories. Our joys and accomplishments, sorrows and failures, as Well as our classmates and teachers will be recalled in the pages of this book. DEDICATION We, the graduating class of June, 1945, Wish to show our deepest appreciation to one Who has led us through our years at Ne-Ca-Hi, and aided us in our troubles, rejoiced With us in our accomplishments. VVe, therefore, dedicate our annual to MISS ADELINE E. MILLER THE AMERICAN SCENE In time of War, civil strife develops to a much greater extent than in any period of time. Here the home, the church, the school, all three of which may be called the nucleus of the American Way, play their part in promoting and teaching higher standards of environment in the American way of life. Each of us will take his place in some community. We hope that We may develop the home, the church, the school to a newer and higher degree so that our posterity may have more privileges than We enjoy now- those for which America fights today. fb XX-Z 3 99? 'ul A MR. FRANK L. BURTON Superintendent MRS. MARJORIE NELSON Assistant Principal MR. CLARE B. BOOK Principal 4 wf"" Aff Q Q' f,f ff 1 .. ff N X TA ,1, fir YT M Bernice E. Bartlett iEdith E. Birchard Janet Brenneman P- H- Bfidenbaugh l Bessie P, B1-inkerhoff Arthur C. Brown Howard A. Butler Elsie F. Calvin x H. N N. R. Casillo Earle M. Cass Margaret Shaw Cassidy Mary Perdue Clarke Donald Fi- COPSOT1 Sarah M. Dinsmore Grace Dodson Robert A. Duff May Eakin f , 5 IIE: H fri m 1 Y ' lr Q -'gin A? .VZ 7VVv L Bess S. Galley Eleanor S. Galbraith Ralph H. Gardner Dorothy Edmunds ' Clara Ann Elliott James R. Green Oliva M. Griffiths Clara M. Hartsuff Frances M. Haydon Eleanor H. Hoagland "4 Emily Johnston Ethel M. Kelley Lois B. Kerr , 59,54-1 Myra-.QE 8 Ns lf f is if S, .4 S1 553 if P J ss Riga ,' gig X-1 ,WH 1215342 i ,f gifs Jacob D. Kitler . William L. Klee E. William Lehto Ralph F. Lengerman Fred Leslie Myrtle L. Lord William A. Margraf w Frances H. Maxwell Robert H. McBurney Frances McClaren Sara Sankey McCune f - 1 Walter S. McKee J. H. Earl McKenzie Fred Y. McLure v Thelma Merrilees Adeline E. Miller Robert M. Mills Margaret Montgomery Mary Long Mullen N. P. Nelson G. Joseph Oeltman Elizabeth H. Parker Joseph F. Replogle Genevleve Rlddle Mary G. Rlffer Viola H. Sadler Ruth G. Sample Oscar J. Sheaffer Reba E. Sines Mona Sowash Helena Stevenson Charlotte A. Taylor GGOTEG F- Thomas Mary E. VanDivort Ruth Wallace K' :g g k.k,- i K ' -Kk. V, ,fr -. i -6:25 Q, Q 5 if .f :I 1 .ji-1, W Ralph L. Weide Virginia Weinschenk Helen R, Westlake Dorothy Young Geraldine Fry CClerkj Lela G. Moorhead fClerkJ Maxine Smoot fClerkJ l '2 Futures? . ' 50 4 0 -90 oo n, C ED FURCFS B 39 5 CLASS OFFICERS JOHN W. FISHER "Jack" . . . Navy . . . 220 Fair- mont . . . baseball and women . . . dislikes having to turn in note- books . . . "Candy" . . . "You can say that again!" NANCY ELLEN LEHMAN "Nan" . . . Jack, Dick, Paul, etc .... dancing, sports, and men . . . likes ice cream and roast beef . . . "Jeepers!" . . . "Smile and the world smiles with you." AGNES GERTRUDE O'CONNOR "Aggie" . . . Skinny is a lucky fellow . . . Seton Hill . . . candy . . hobby-waiting . . . "Ever loyal and ever true" . . . "I Dream of You" . . . "My word!" ROBERT J. CAPITOLA "Crappy" . . Wants to be an undertakcr . . . always found at Leyde's . . . known for his com- ments in class and beautiful smile . . . we can't print his favorite saying. ROSE ELAINE ABBOD "Rabbits" . . . she's a whiz at Spanish . . . likes Texas . . . Cadet Nurse . . . stuffed peppers . . . Johnny Mercer and "Sugar Blues" are her musical favorites. GLADYS FATIMA AHMED "Gladie" . . . detests peroxide blondes . . . likes Frank Sinatra and 1?J . . . spaghetti . . . Tommy Dorsey's "Begin the Beguinef' MARY EMMALINE ALLEN "Mi-Mi" . . . Walter . . . spa- ghetti and meat balls . . . to be an artist . . . likes roller skating . . . Frankie Carle's "A Little on the Lonely Side." . . . "Oh, brother!" VIVIAN JANE -ALLEN "Viv" . . . likes to dance . . . to be or not to be a private secre- tary . . . likes "Navy" KY! blue . . . bowling . . . Johnny. VIRGINIA AMBREZEWICZ "Jinks" . . . Clyde . . . accuracy is her motto . . . wants to be a WAVE . . . usually seen at the movies . . . very quiet and studious. JAMES N. AMBROSE "Stub" . . . to be a head spiker on the B. Sz O .... Hubbard, Ohio . . . Betty . . . "Get the Gas" . . . "Let's go down to the New Life." DOROTHY MARIE ANDERSON "Dot" . . . Nurse . . . hates cats . . . likes sweets . . . Harry James' "Trumpet Blues" . . . with the gang . . . "For cryin' in the buck- et. 1, GEORGE P. ANDERSON "Speedy': . . . dislikes being early . . . Army Air Corps . . . likes Spike Jones and Lauren Bacall . . . "Rum and Coca-Cola." WILLIAM G. ANDREWS "Dimples" . . . Mary Lou . . . the senior girls don't have a chance . . . Senior A's gift to Ne-Ca-Hi sports . . . Hollywood, here he comes. ARLENE JOYCE ANDY "Arlene" . . . Who is Bee? . . . Shail'er's Drugstore . . . likes horse- back riding . . . the health room couldn't get along without her . . . aspires to be an interior decorator. TRESA AUDINO "Terry" . . . Doctor . . . Gibbs' . . . likes the Navy . . . VVayne . .i . loathed chemistry . . . spends her evenings at Swing Lobby danc- ing . . . "Creeps !" PEGGY BAATZ "Baits" . . . going to South America . . . teacher . . . collects perfume bottles . . . loves band . . . a real blonde . . . believes in shar- ing her boy friends with her sister. EUGENE W. BAER "Babbo" . . . magician? . . . a second Johnny Mercer . . . ambition -to join the K-9 Corps . . . car- toonist . . . "Whrf!" . . "Hey, Hey l" BETTY JANE BANKS "Betty" . . . Bill . . . dislikes purple . . . cats and eats ice-cream bars . . . likes ice skating and roller skating . . . tinkling laugh. WANDA BARTSCH "Bartsch" . . . likes to wear suits . . . can't count the proposals she's had . . . ambition is to get out of New Castle . . . would like to be a lawyer. X DOROTHYE HELENE BASHER "Dottie-Dot" . . . "What's the at- traction at Shaffer Sz Snyder Drug Store?" . . . how she does like to chew gum! . . . "The bus was late 7 ?! V' DOROTHY MAE BELLOCK "Dot" . . . plans to be a beauti- cian . . . Shaffer's Drug Store . . . the late bus is her best excuse . . . "Chip at Pitt" . . . That's life." GEORGE W. BEVAN "Bugs" . . . bright ties . . billiards, baseball, and basketball . . . May's Donut Shoppe . . . always swinging his key chain , . . Vllendell . . . "Please!" KATHERINE JANE BEVAN "Kate" . . . meatball sandwiches and French fries . . . Fai' East . . . likes square dancing in a big way . . . "Laugh? I thought l'd die!" RICHARD DALE BEYNON "Dick" . . . fight for what you want most . . . wishes to be a coach . . . likes sports, Navy . . . Harry James . . . Shaffer 8: Snyder's . . . "If you say so." MARY ANN BIASUCCI "Boy" . . . future dietician . . . "One for all and all for one" . . . Swing Lobby ..,. likes to sew . . . "I Dream of You" . . . Sammy Kaye . . "Are you kidding?" JEAN MARIE BLACK "Jean" . . . oh, so very quiet! . . . lives on a diet of ice-cream bars and potato chips . . . future still CYJ undecided . . . dislikes his- tory intensely. WILLIAM EDWARD BLACK "Mumbo" . . . Winnie . . . musi- cian . . . Harvey Brenner's Drug Store . . . spends third period talk- ing to the girls . . . "Come in!" JERRY BONNER "Bonner" . . . Isaly engineer . . . likes Eleanor . . . really plays his clarinet . . . that Physic's class! . . . "No ice cream!" NITA BOOKAMER "Bookie" . . . future member of the Cadet Nurse Corps . . . likes soldiers . . . outdoor type . . pre- fers New VVilmington . . . hiking. NOLA BOOKAMER "Gert" . . . country lass . . . Cadet Nurse . . . has a great interest in soldiers . . . all outdoor activities . . hiking. JOSEPH NV. BORKESZ "Dick Tracy" . . . to own Lockley Machine Company . . . Jean . . . Infantry . . . dislikes women . . . understudy for Dick Tracy . "You don't say!" BEN BORON "Squirrel" . . . Grybo's corner . . . dream girl-Rose R .... dislikes dancing and women . . . I'Iun's barn . . . Constable's mansion. RAYMOND BOROWSKI "Mooch" . . . Mechanical En- gineering . . . likes to study . . . will attend Carnegie Tech . . . a whiz at math and physics . . . liked our student teacher in English 8. FRANCIS CLAIRE BREST "Fritz" . . . Harbor road . . . collects stamps . . . likes the, Navy . . . good student . . . reads . . . "Still waters run deep" . . . pleas- ant, agreeable, steady - . "You said it!" VIRGINIA DALE BROADDUS "Ginny" . . . ambition-a trip to Hawaii . . . Bai1ey's . . . good movies . . . chocolate fudge . . . will be a nurse . . . cute li'l southern accent . . . "Oh, you !" JO ANN BROWN "Jo" . . . likes California . . . Jim . . . trips to Pittsburgh . . . drives in her barefeet . . . the quiet type??'! . . . charming smile. HAROLD F. BUCKEL "Fuzzy" . . . Navy Electrician . . . Barbara . . . likes to howl, shoot pool, and visit Youngstown- also New Wilmington and Ellwood City. VIRGINIA BLINDURI "Veg" . . . Al . . . likes dancing. French fries . . . "It Had to be You" . . . future office worker . . . when in distress says, "Good night !" PETE BURRELLI "Teddy" . . . loves to eat and eat and eat . . . steady patron of Youngstown . . . likes outbursts in movies . . . "Great men stand like solitary towers." THERESA EILEEN CALLAHAN "Tess" . . . ambition-fsecretary . . . Neshannock Bowling Alley . . . hardly seen, never heard! . . . she shines when it comes to shorthand. JACK EDWARD CAMPBELL "Jackson" . . . Navy . . . a neat dancer . . . likes to swim and ice skate . . . "Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night in the Week" ffor him??7 . . . a whistling lad. STELLA CAPPERINO "Stell" . . . plans to be a sec- retary . . . likes Harry James and Bing Crosby . . . "I'm Beginning to see the Light" . . . "You don't say!" FELIX ANTHONY CARDELLA "Cards" . . . own a "Harem" . . . girls, girls, and more girls found love at Swing Lobby with ? ? !l . . . handsome . . . "Something for the Boys." PAUL WILLIAM CAREY "Carrots" . . . Humphrey Bogart . . . dislikes English . . . collects pictures . . . Johnny Mercer . . . basketball-Cardinal ace . . . "Hey, son!" PHILIP ANTHONY CARLO "Phip" . . . Land's Dairy . . . likes athletics . . . thinks girls are fascinating . . . "There I've Said It Again" . . . Sammy Kaye . . . "Keep 'em Flying." LOUIS LANCE CASSELLA "Cussie" . . . can be found in Ellwood anytime he's not in N. C. . . . hates public speaking . . . ambition-to make rhythm with Don Cortez . . . toots a sweet horn. MARIE ORLANDO CATONE "Mrs, Joe" . . . likes-her sailor . . . "Together" . . . going to be a good homemaker . . . bride of the year . . . the musical leader of our band. LINDA KATHERINE CHEERS "Lindy" . . . headed for Westmiii- ster . . . laboratory technician . . . Joan's companion . . . has "that skin you love to touch." IDA CHIRUMBOLO "Ida" . . . dislikes rainy days . . . "Saturday Night Is the Lon- liest Night in the Week" . . . likes Bing Crosby . . . "Are you kid- ding?" PATSY ANTHONY CIOPPA "Patsy" . . . likes sports . . . spends free time at the movies , . . wants to enlist in the Navy . . . "Get wiser" . . . tall, dark, and handsome, but afraid of girls . . . "You're crazy!" FRED MARSHALL CIOTTA "Fritz" . . . wants to be a ma- chinist . . . hangs out on the South Side . . . dislikes hard study or work . . . hobby-teasing people . . . likes femmes, senoritas . . . "Are you crazy?" NOLAN DONALD COBB "Cobbalene" . . . wishes to go to Alaska some day . . . photography . . . likes basketball, girls . . . sports a tie on report card day . . . "Howdy-doody to you!" FRANCINE RAFFEL COHEN "Fran" . . . devoted to her broth- er and her cousins . . . crazy about Danny Kaye . . . going to Syracuse University . . . classy specs . . . journalist. LENORE A. COLELLA "Lee" . . . an undecided future . . . "A Little on the Lonely Side" . . . Harry James . . . dislikes being early . . . where did she get that Navy pin? GLORIA ANN COLANGELO "Gloria" . . . he's in the Army now . . . office work . . . dancing is her favorite, neatness and ac- curacy are her outsanding traits . . . "Wouldn't that jar you Y" JOAN MAY COX "Sneezy" . . . Dave . . . social service worker . . . Koonce's Delica- tessen is the scene of her relaxa- tion . . . "Everything happens to me!" MANUEL CORNICH "Corny" . . . physical education . . . hangs out at' the "Y" developing his form . . . hopes to own a furni- ture store someday . . . "Do you have the next problem A?" CARL HERBERT COTTON "Carl" . . . Akron University . . . likes to bowl . . . stares at French pupils . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . "Are you kidding?" ROBERT DALE COVER "Snowflake" . . . manager of Ford Garage iambitionl . . . hang- out-Youngstown and New Wilming- ton . . . dislikes synchroscope at auto shop . . . work . - . likes the country girls. DOROTHY LaVERGNE CRUNKLETON "Crunk" . . . plans to rest after graduation . . . crazy glasses . . . dislikes 7:00 A. M .... "I realize now!" DOROTHY JEANNE CULLIFORD "Jeanne" . . . the Navy and Don in particular . . . nursing . . . loathes zoot suits . . . she's an ace at dancing . . . always with the gang. ROBERT CURRY "Bob" . . . likes Charlie Spivak . . . dislikes detention . . . makes a hobby of Youngstown . . . the Army. NORMAN CUSCINO, Jr. "Cussy" . . . likes steak . . . "Let's Take the Long Way Home" . . . Kay Kyser . . . dancing. PATRICIA ANN CUSHION "Pat" . . . Mahoning Branch Li- brary . . . school in New York . . . favorite song "Rum and Coca Cola" . . , would be a secretary . . . "Ah, baloney!" NORMA ELINOR DANNELS "Giggles" . . . likes Alan Ladd and Kay Kyser . . . plans to go places after graduation . . . dislikes "Teddy-bear" haircuts . . . favorite food-milkshakes. DORIS ILENE DAUGHERTY "Doc" . . . future nurse . . . she hopes to be a Penn State coed . . . music . . . is not interested in the opposite sex . . . seldom wears lio- stick. ALBERT DAVELLI "Al" . . . an aviation mechanic . . . believes in resting . . . likes hunting . . . builds model airplanes . . . dislikes rowdinessaprocrastina- tion. TONY DeANGELO A "Pip" . . . Mayor of West Pitts- burg . . . Roberta . . . likes to drive his Chevy and raise general havoc . . . West Pittsburgh barber shop . "Are you crazy 7" LARRY R. DeBLASIO "Birdie" . . . fond of "Irish" jokes . . . thinks Humphrey Bogart is O. K .... wonder if he likes Bacall? . . little aviator of Ne- Ca-Hi. MARIO J. DeCERBO "Pootz" . . . Air Corps . . . likes Johnny Mercer . . . dislikes girls who smoke . . . Carnegie Tech . . . has a modest personality. ARTHUR A. DeGILIO "Agoo" . . . never give up . . . likes sports and arguments . . . dis- likes detention slips . . . wants to own a yacht . . . T. Dorsey . . . "You don't mind, do you?" JEAN DeJOSEPH "Jeanie" . . . likes everything' but rain . . . thinks "Begin the Be- guine" is solid . . . adores seeing movies starring Van Johnson . . . "Me and Stella." LENA DELLIQUADRI "Lana" . . . likes Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey . . . dislikes book reports . . . is often heard saying, "Oh, for heaven's sake!" MARIO De1SIGNORE "Meatbal1" . . . wants to be a Navy electrician . . . DeRosa's Mar- ket . . . likes the DeRosa family lone in particularj . . . "You guys are crazy !" JAMES THEOFANIS DEMOS "Junior" . . . dancing . . . "Star- dust" . . . shoe shine parlor . . . doesn't like gossip . . . thinks girls are unpredictable . . . "Be pre- pared!" . . . "Is that all!" PETER DENAKO "Pete" . . . is now a companion to all the other U. S. Infantrymen . . . very quiet person . . . eating is his favorite diversion. HELEN DePOLIS "Helen" . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . Dinah Shore and Bing Crosby . . . secretarial work . . . the thought of history doesn't please her. ANTHONY L. DeSIMONE "Dice" . . . plans to be the owner of Bowman's . . . woman-hater . . . what is it that attracts him to Youngstown? . . . "Strength and power." CHARLES LOUIS DeSIMONE "Dsee" . . . hunting and fishing . . . excellent dancer . . . Federal investigator . . . dislikes showy peo- ple . . . "Wake up, you green- horn!" JOHN DiALESANDRO "John Dee" . . . Machinist . . . Navy . . . Doud's used to be his hangout . . . during his school days he was a confirmed woman-hater. THOMAS M. DONEGAN "Tom" . . . likes ham . . . Irish lullabies put him in a good mood . . . dislikes Business Practice . . . warts to be chemist. GEORGE DRAKE "Drakie" . . . likes women fes- pecially brunettes! . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . drives a truck . . . fa- vorite song-"Goodnight, Sweet Dreams." PAUL DUDA "Paul" . . . hangs out at the Penn Theater . . . Navy . . . tardi- ness is the keynote of his life . . . likes to dance . . . Ambition-'I?? DELPHINE DUDENSKY "Dud" . . . following her sister's footsteps . . . will go into nurse'l training at Allegheny General Hosp pital . . .friendly grin. KATHRYN M. EDGINGTON "Kate" . . . Harvey's Drug Store ...SammyKaye...Jim... likes to write letters . . . wants to be a nurse . . . "What's your trou- ble, fellow ?" PAMELIA MAE EGGLESTON "Pam" . . . Share and share alike . . . wants to own an orphanage . . . Busy Bee . . . skating . . . Count Basie . . . potato salad . . . "That's a bad deal, Jim." GUY J. ELISCO "Sarge" . . . foreman on the B. 8: O .... any living female . . . likes salami and football . . . found anywhere on the South Side . . . "Wise up!" WILLIAM EMERY "Gomer" . . . is now a Private in the Army . . . "Gibby" . . . likes to shoot pool and dance . . . "Let's get out of this fire-trap." EILEEN D. EVANS "Eileen" . . . has traveled our country o'er . . . Spanish is her delight . . . little and blonde . . . likes to play in the Ne-Ca-Hi band. MARGARET E. EVANS "Marge" . . . likes good classical music . . . will enter the Cadet Nurse Corps . . . loves to dance . . . thinks blue is a heavenly color. ROSEMARY FACTOR "Rosie" . . . dancing . . . Wants to be a nurse or a dancer . . . Swing Lobby . . . Paul . . . is usually found at Gibbs' with her constant companion. JOHN M. FALATKO "Conner" . . . likes girls lwho doesn't'?J . . . baseball . . . dislikes some teachers . . . machinist . . . can be heard in class saying, "I don't know." FLORENCE A. FAZZONE "Flo" . . . likes men, men, MEN . . . black hair . . . eyes that Snap! .... hep little chick . . . "Best things come in small pack- ages " RITA FELICE "Ridda" . . . Do the best you can . . . very cute . . . movies . . . secretary . . . lemon meringue pie . . . dislikes fancy clothes . . . "Oh, golly!" ALBERT J. FIACCO "Bunny" . . . handsome guy . . . hobby is building model airplanes . . . frequently imbibes orange pop . . . dotes on steaks! tHe can dream, can't he'ID BETTY L. FINCH "Betty" . . . swings a wicked hip on the dance fioor . . . keeps up the morale of our armed forces with her mighty pen . . . Harry James . . . Navy . . . likes to eat, period! WILLIAM R. FISHER "Big Bill" - also answers to "Willie" . . . Navyifirst. last, and always . . . grocer . . . basketball player-king size . . . Peggy. ALMA JEAN FLIAUGHER "Alma" . . . ambition-sing on the stage . . . wants to lead a hermit's life . . . would like just to rest and rest and rest! THELMA JANE FLAUGHER "Tee" . . . collects jewelry . . . mansion on a mountain in California . . . marry a title . . . travel around the world . . . clerical career . . . Butler, Pa .... "Gravy." GLENN E. FLOYD I "Percy" . . . wishes to run the Penn Auto Store . . . Barn dance and Far East . . . likes to tease "Sarge" and drive the Chevy . . . "Oh-h-h-h-h- !" MARJORIE A. FLYNN "Margie" . . . Bing Crosby . . . could eat spaghetti at every meal . . . a good student . . . wishes to join the Cadet Nurse Corps . . . "Hou don't say!" GRACE ELAIN FORSBERG "Gracie" . . . ice skating is her favorite diversion . . . a certain G. I .... dislikes history . . . likes "Viv" . . . by word-"No doubt." SHIRLEYJEAN FOX "Foxey" . . . Spaghetti . . . Bob . . . likes bicycle riding and bowl- ing . . . full of laughter . . . always carefree . . . "Are you kidding?" LILLIAN ROSE FULLWOOD "Chic" . , . writes poems . . . love 'em and leave 'em . . . "The Very Thought of You" . . . boys . . . "On the ball and bouncing around." MARION JANE FURLONG "Dusty" . . . noted for original hair styles . . . steak and mush- rooms . . . is it Ted? Lou? or Dick? . . . likes to bowl . . . may be a beautician. BEN GIANNI "Sniffer" . . . Bowman's . . . Dorothy Lamour . . . likes spaghetti and racing automobiles . . . how does he stand with the draft hoard? . . . "Go 'way!" MARY JANE GIBBONS "Gibby" . . . "Vive la France" . . . wants to travel with an or- chestra . . . collects matchhooks . . . :'I'm Beginning To See the Light" . . . "Let's tear!" ROBERT E. GIFFORD "Bch" . , . Shirley . . . Y. M. C. A .... women. sports . . . dislikes studying . . . "Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart" . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . "Big Show!" JOANNE KATHLEEN GILKEY "Johnny" . . . the Army . . . orange cream kooler . . . short and sweet . . . cute way of wrinkling up her nose . . . by word, "nuts!" MARJORIE ANNE GLENN "Ann" . . . sparkles at the men- tion of a certain Johnnie's name . . . a neat dresser . . . luxurious, curly hair. N. CARLENE GODWIN "Red" . . . Chester . . . housewife . . . ice skating . . . has a passion for potato chips . . . Purple Cow . . . always wants to know "Why?" . "Oh, gosh!" JANE H. GORSKI "Janie" . . . "Opportunity knocks but once" . . . Johnny . . . book- keeper . . . Joseph's Market . . . likes to write letters . . . "Oh, my gosh !" RALPH E. GREEN "Bud" . . . wine, women, and som: . . . ambition is to be what he is nowA"a man of leisure" . . . is the skeptical type . . . "I don't believe it!" JOHN GEORGE GREGORY, Jr. "Jack" . . . a future machinist and a camera bug . . . shy, but a swell kid . . . an avid Bing Crosby fan. BARBARA JEAN GRESH "Bobby" . . . likes to swim . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . loves beautiful clothes . . . journalism . . . dream man-Bobby Blake of the Ice Fol- lies. ALICE GRIBBEN "Alie" .... clerk . . . dislikes onions and catty people . . . Miller's Drug Store . . . "Don't do tomorrow what you can do toclayn . . . "T. S." ftough situationl. BETTY JEAN GROSSMAN "Blondie" . . . likes chocolate milkshalies., roses, and bike riding' . . . less nifrhtwork would make her happier . . . "Do today what you want credit for tomorrow." NORMA M. GURINI "Norm" . . . secretary . . . Bailey's . . . Bill . . . dislikes catty people . . . typing . . . likes dancing and bowling . . . Kay Kyser. DAVID E. GUY "Rupe" . . . loafs at the West Pittsburgh Barber Shop . . . Roberta . . . likes to wreck cars . . .fighter pilot. HAZEL L. GUY "Guysey" . . . wishes to have lots of money . . . likes to travel . . . Autenreiths . . . "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" . . . will eat steak every day . . . "Wouldn't that jar you?" SONDRA HAMILTON "Hammie" . . . adores green 4especially Bill!! . . . likes dancing, French fries, Pepsi-Cola, and Navy . . . will be ol'T to college in the fall. MUSTAPHA HASSEN "Muzzy" . . . football coach . . likes sports and drawing maps . . . makes things out of wood and also silk- . . . "Get in there." HELEN M. HAYS "Myrt" . . . loves to sing . . . Dale . . . she can't resist hot fudge sundaes . . . plans to major in music at Westminster, JOHN C. HELMICK "Sleepy John" . . . ambition- to catch the biggest fish in the world . . . stays home to tie flies . . . exertion-Ping-pong. BETTY HILEMAN "Betts" . . . physical education . . , likes horses and dogs . . . all sports . . . Ohio Wesleyan Univer- sity . . . likes vegetable soup . . . dislikes cattiness . . . "I'm glad!" ROSE MARIE HILL "Honey" . . . likes blue. Cab Calloway, Lena Horne, and ice cream . . . quiet type . . . hopes to go to business college after grad- nation. MARGARET ANNE HOGAN "Peggy" . . . nursing . . . don't he like everybody else . . . Hyde's . . . handiwork . . . weird hats . . . "Just like scraping a knife in a sink." MARSHALL J. HOGUE "0ge" . . . girls . . . Groton . . . plans to be a bachelor fsilly boyl . . . Physics and P. O. D. . . . fishing . . . He's looking for one? . . . "Please!" MARGIE HORNER "Margie" . . . has a priority on the Roma's "half and halves" . . . worries more about the man short- age than studying . . . "You know what I mean!" GLORIA HUNT Joe? . . . "Better late than never . . . "Egad, girl!" ROSEMARY HUNTER "Teddy" . . . prefers Phil and the University of Richmond . . . flower shop in Washington, D. C. . . . nursing as a career . . . "Oh, Gad!" PATSY C. IOVANELLA "Patsy" . . , ambition-to be the helper of the helper's helper that knocks the holes out of doughnuts . . . vcry quiet . . . occasionally found at school. HELEN M. IOZZI "Shorty" . . . collects foreign money . . . would be an aviatrix . . . dancing . . . Swing Lobby . . . "Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart" . . T. Dorsey . . . potato chips. CAROL E. IRWIN "Carol" . . . nurse . . . Bob . . . Jack . . . hangout-Rice's . . . lovely eyes . . . an avid snapshot collector . . . dancing and swimming are her pastimes. . "Glory" . . . interested in journal- ism . . . adores ice skating . . . n ELEANOR L. IRWIN "Elt" . . . always seen with Jerry . . . munches apples every third period . . . undecided about her future . . brown-eyed and quiet. ARCHIEMAE JACKSON "Archie" . . . wishes to be a pianist . . . Busy Bee . . . "Hon- esty is the best policy" . . . likes music and dancing . . . dislikes waiting . . . Cootie Williams . . . "I wonder." ROBERT JAMES "Bob" . . . Air Corps . . . loves to eat and sleep A . . always doing something . . . Carol . . . likes French curves. WILLIAM H. JAMISON "Slick" . . . alababa . . . hobby- boxing . . . wishes to be an aero- nautical engineer , . . "Smoke Get's in Your Eyes" . . V. Monroe . . . "Never say can't." EDWARD JOHN "Eddie" . . . French-horn player . . . short, quiet . . . likes his Spanish fSenorita Edmunds? . . . cropped hair , . . wants to play with a concert group . . . "Yeah 7" VONA LOU JOHNS "Vonnie" . . . dislikes onions . . . Guy Lombardo . . . "Let's Take the Long Way Home." . . . "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you." JULIUS JOHNSON "Pouch" . . ambition-forest ranger . . . ice skating, fishing, hunting . . . Cascade Park . . . Guy Lombardo . . . "Try to do your best." SARAH JOSEPH "Sarah" . . . social worker . . . hobby-sewing . . . "Blue Skies" . . . Harry James . . . has a passion for lemon pie . . . likes to receive letters . . . "That always helps." THOMAS ANTHONY JOSEPH "Ta Ta" . . . school teacher . . . P. D. N. Club . . . dancing, singing, playing football . . . "Coquette" . . . Count Basie puts him on the beat. ESTHER KAIHLANEN "Effie" . . . piano player . . . Navy . . . Harvey . . . kids from Shenanxzo High . . . those unfinished sentences . . . West Penn Hospital . . . "Oh, my heavens!" JAMES GEORGE KARADIS "Jimmie" . . . future Army Air Corps enlistee . . . Jean . . . likes Harry James and his wife . . . dis- likes tests and results. JOHN N. KATAKIS "Kat" . , . Jimmie Durante, the second . . . dancing . . . women . . . Harbor Road . . . VVhat keeps Johnny in Youngstown? . . . The comedian . . , "Yee Gads, Lady!" VIRGINIA LOUISE KELLOGG "V. K." . . . crazy about shoes . . . Marines . . . will probably be our first woman president . . . zips around in a blue Chrysler . . . "Neat deal!" DONALD E. KELLY "Don" . . . the Whistler of room 320 . . . imitates a tobacco auction- eer . . . likes women, basketball, swimming . . . dislikes work. SAM KELLEY "Sam" . , . loves to loaf . . . enjoys shooting pool . . . likes girls in general . . . wolfing . . . at- tracted to Ellwood City fAngel. JANE E. KERR "Our" . . . sings alto . . . loves outdoor life . . . old clothes . . . has bright, twinkling eyes . . . motto-"Go till you drop" . . . pipes and guitar players . . , "Oh, great!" ANN EILEEN KEYSO "Toots" . . . likes air cadets, men out of high school . . . Dick . . . "Embraceable You" . . . dis- likes night work . . . "I'm going mad without love." OLETA KIRK "Kirky" . . .as a classroom re citer she's a gift to the Ne-Ca-Hi faculty . . . reads a lot . . . Kirky plus Clink add up to one twitter- pated twosome . . . likes solid Boogie Woogie. LOIS JEAN KLAES "Lois" . . . nurse . . . collects miniature horses . . . likes sDorts . . . "Stardust" . . . Benny Good- man . . . dislikes spinach . . . "Let sleeping dogs lie." HELEN MARIE KLAMER "Helen" . . . "Smile and the world smiles with you" . . . dis- likes cherry pie and pineapple sun- daes . . . defense worker . . . The Rink . . . "Are you kidding!" JANE KLEJNO SKI "Janie" . . . hobby-letter writing . . . likes a certain soldier . . . Anderson's . . . Harry James . . . "Keep your chin up and keep smilin'." VIRGINIA JAYNE KLIK "Ginger" . . . secretary . . . likes dancing and skating . . . Paul . . . "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again" . , . dislikes catty peo- ple . . . "I bet you're kidding!" GERALNDINE KLINE "Gerry" . . . likes to eat . . . Jim . . . collects costume jewelry . , . Murphy's . . . Butler, Pa. . . . those fiingernailsl . . . wants a clerical career. THOMAS L. KLINGENSMITH "Tom" . . . interested in air- planes . . . Shirley Patterson . . . Found at her house . . . wants to be a minister . . . bright light of New Castle Dry. DOLORES MAXINE KNOBLOCH "Tootie" also "Knohbie" . . . in- terested in the Engineering Corps . . . Gaylord . . . "As Time Goes By" . . . Harry James . . . "Beat up." HINDA KOHN "Hindu" . . . movies . . . jokes . . Van Johnson . . . dramatics . . . famous for her jokes and anecdotes . . . interested in Dhotog- raphy. DOROTHY E. KOLESAR "Dot" . . . stenographer . . . Chuck . . . Swing Lobby . . . likes dancing and skating . . . "You're only saying it 'cause it's true." JOSEPH KULNIS "Hook" . . . likes playing foot- ball , . . Shaffer's Drug Store . . . Army bound . . . will someday be a railroad fireman. GLORIA I. LAUGHLIN "Glo" . . . our favorite pin-up girl . . . Bummy . . . dress de- signer . . . Colorado ranch . . . hobby-art . . . "Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart" . . "Oh, my good- ness!" FLORENCE LOUISE LAWSON "Flossy" . . . Roma . . . "DOIl'i do what you don't have to do" . . . wants to be a singer . . . swimming, bicycling . . . "Indian Love Call" . . . "Heck." CHARLOTTE G. LEASURE "Char" . . . ice cream . . . Harry James . . . Bill . . . wants to be an authoress . . . Swing Lobby . . "I don't- understand." LORRAINE LEE "Red" . . . potato chips . . . Alex . . . looks neat in blue . . . someday you'l1 see her singing with your favorite orchestra . . . "Have you heard this one yet?" DOLORES JOANNE LELII "Dolly" . . . secretary . . . Bailey's . . . likes dancing and skating . . . dislikes catty people . . . saves fingernails and pictures . "You must be.kidding!" RUTH IRENE LENZ "Ruthie" . . . "Half-pint" . . . likes movies, swimming . . . a green Ford . . . "Stardust" . . . dislikes pumpkin pie . . . a tall boy? . . . "I thought I'd die!" CHARLES F. LE PPLY "Chuck" . . . radio engineer . . . mechanical work . . . Porter's Garage . . . bowling . . . Anita . . . Tschaikowski's Piano Concerto . . "Huh?" MARJORIE LOGAN "Margie" . . . oh! those beautiful blue eyes ijust ask Bill or Fred! . . . by the way she likes 'em tall and blonde . . . already has her Dost -grad job at Watkins Agency. FRANCES LOUISE LOMBARDO "Fran" . . . quiet as a mouse . . . future undecided . . . likes to hear "soap operas" on the radio . . . ice cream . . . "and how!" LORAINE M. LUDOVICI "Lee" . . . school teacher . . . New Castle Drug . . . dislikes spin- ach . . . "The customer is always right." . . . typing . . . making sodas . . . "Boy, do you look snazzy!!" WILLIAM L. LUKEHART "Bill" . . . wishes to be a ma- chinist . . . his hobby is shopwork . . . dislikes opera . . . the thought of studying makes him shudder. HELEN LaVERNE MAHER "LaVerne" . . . Phil . . . home- maker . . . likes dancing and stay- ing out late . . . men and drawing . . . Perry Como . . . "'Twilighl Time." ' BARBARA ANN MARIACHER "Babs" . . . housewife . . . Dick . . . State Theater . . . dislikes onions . . . Harry James . . . "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again" . . . "See what I mean ?" MARY LOU MARTIN "Mary Lou" . . . Roma . . . danc- ing . . . confesses she's a wolfess . . . Economy's . . . dislikes work . . . "I Dream of You" . . . says "Neat!" or "Sharp!" WALTER MARTIN "Seth" or "Jungle Boy" . . . Pennsylvania R. R .... likes Ell- wood City fShirley Aiken! . . . is proud of his powerful physique . . . "You guys are screwy!" EDITH MASTER "Edie" . . . likes shorthand and dancing . . . Bartsch's kitchen . . . Howard . . . dislikes being on time . . . "Tee-hee." JOSEPHINE A. MAZZEI "Joe" . . . little girl plays a big accordion . . . sings . . . jitterbug deluxe . . . always smiling . . . skips around the building singing a merry little song. JEROME .IOSEPH MCCART "Mac" . . . thinks that the Army Air Corps is tops . . . bright red sweater . . . blushes . . . Pepsodent smile . . . twinkling eyes . . . "Go sit down!" LAURA MAE MCCLELLAND "Laura Mae" . . .Pete . . . likes school, dancing, P. 0. D. . . . am- bition--to tint pictures . . . Johnny . . . "Are you kidding?" JAMES L. McCLINTOCK "Clink" . . . likes any kind of food, just so there's plenty of it . . . Oleta . . . has a few illegal absenses to his credit. MONAGENE McCONNELL "Mona" . . . wants to be an artist . . . hobby--sketching . . . dancing . . . "Always" . , . T. Dor- sey . . . "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." MARY LUCILLE McCREARY "Mary Lou" . . . nurse . . . Penn State . . . likes all sports . . . Vengold's Dairy . . . likes working at the Jameson Hospital . . . sends notes to her boyfriend in milk bottles. E. GLADE McCULLOUGH "Pete" . . . blondes . . . Buicks . . . the wanderer . . . dislikes the name Edwin . . . Air Corps . . . golf champ . . . sings tenor . . "I'll do that little thing!" MARGARET LOUISE MCGILL "Peg" . . . "Carrots" . . . dislikes homework . . . nursing is her choice . . . she and Francine rind relaxation in visiting the Roma . . . "No stuff!" ALYS JANE McGRATH "Alys" . . . boys are her hobby . . dances and swims . . . Kenny is her dish . . . eats potato chips . . . mischievous gleam in her cye quite often. GENEVIEVE L. McGUIRE "Dude" . . . Tom! . . . interested in advertising . . . giggles all the time . . . super magazine sales- woman . . . disrupts the quiet of 318. MADELINE MCGUIRE "Midge" . . . live and learn . . . collects shoes . . . Johnny . . . likes convertible cars . . . Harry James . . . Sam's . . . hamburgers are an irresistible attraction. ROBERT A. McLEAN "Montana" . . . a Grand kid Q71 . . . visits New Wilmington . . . towers over the rest of us . . . man to man talks with Mr. Mc- Kenzie . . . "Hi, fat boy!" BETTE McNEIL "Bett" . . . likes men, men, men . . .. will enter the Cadet Nurse Corps . . . swimming is her recre- ation . . . she's a very neat person . . . sometimes sophisticated. HELEN McQUISTON "Red" . . . hues of blue please her . . . will own half interest in Twin Shoppe . . . likes to whirl on the ice . . . vivacious . . . can do things with her eyes. MARTHA McQUISTON "Mart" . . . likes blue, too . . . will own the other half interest in the Twin Shoppe . . . will some day skate like Sonja . . . has a knack for organizing. GALE E. MEASEL "Bummy" . . . Gloria . . . am- bition is to be a baker . . . the quiet type? . . . most often found in Mahoningtown. ALFRED C. MELCHIORE "Al" . . . "Stardust" . . . potato chips . . . Buckeye Stables . . . horseback riding or roller skating Glenn Miller . . . "Oh, baby!" CATHERINE E. MELICHAR "Cut" . . . wants to be a singer . . . likes Bing Crosby . . . "To- gether" . . . Harry James . . . dis- likes history . . . she goes for hot dogs. LOIS E. MELLOR "Lois" . . . these country people are so quiet . . . ambition-to be a globetr-utter . . . likes to ice skate . . . "Oh, my heavens!" ROBERT S. MELVIN "'Futchee" . . . take it easy . . . hangs out at Ben's . . . "I Dream of You" . . . likes to sleep . . . Harry James . . . dislikes heels with bobby socks . . . "Nuts!" GERTRUDE MIKUS "Gertie", also "Mike" . . . will be an artist . . . hobby-painting . . . "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" . . . Harry James . . . Swing Lobby . . lemon cokes . . "Goosepimples." If i sie R FRED A. MISCIMARRA "Boo-Boo" . . . some redhead? . . Pete's . . . Jean . . . "Phooey" . . dislikes Physics and P. O. D. . . playing pin-ball machines . . "Oh, boy!" HELEN ROSE MOCHOI "Russian" . . . housewife . . . men, men, and more men . . . loves to sew and eat . . . West Pittsburgh . . . likes the Infantry fEdb . . . "Don't do today what you can do tomorrow." WILLIAM R. MONKS "Bee-Bee" . . . Hashy clothes . . . girls . . . dancing . . . future- college, better advancement and OD- portunity for wolves . . . barking dog . . . "Go on back where you came from!" RICHARD V. MONTGOMERY "Dick" . . . little and blonde . . struggles with Physics class . well-known grin. LORETTA M. MORGANTI "Retta" . . . Dick77'! . . . blonde tresses . . . plans to be a doctor . . . favorite male-her brother . . . "That don't cut no ice!" LOUISE IRENE MORRIS "Louy" . . . Perry is her dream man . . . future career is to serve her country as a nurse . . . chorus class is her favorite . . . "You're mean!" WILLIAM B. MORRISON "Monk" . . . outdoor man . . . would like to marry a movie actress . . . always sleepy . . . favorite hangout-bathtub . . . "Gridley" . . . "Here, Sue." HERBERT EDWARD MULLEN "Herbie" . . . trips the light fantastic , .. in the future wants to delve in electronics . . . "College of Knowledge"' . . . Kay Kyser . . . "Stardust' . . . "I-yi-yi!" BEATRICE MURPHY "Diddy" . . . wants to work in a bank . . . roller skating . . . Land's Dairy . . . her one and onlywBill . . . employed at May's Donut Shop fshe doesn't like dough- nuts!J MARY CORA MURPHY "Cora" . . . bowling . . . likes to create her own clothes . . . book- keeDer . . . Jack . . . works at Wolfe Iron and Metal Company . . . doesn't like dancing. EDWARD D. MURPHY "Murph" . . . one of the "Eternal Triangle"-fEd, Ralph, and a girl . . . likes to argue . . . found at Horner's . . . wants to find a girl he can really love. EILEEN M. MURPHY ,"Murph" . . . dislikes 'being leased . . . likes English and my . . . "To have a friend, be a friend" . "Score!!!" MARGARET KATHRYN MURPHY "Peggy" . . . Ducky . . . Miller's . . . collects foreign post cards . . . secretary . . . likes to bowl and ski . . . hamburgers . . . vocalist of Study IV. RITA NATALE "Reda" . . . wants to be a career woman . . . looks for the mailman 4?J . . . loves to dance . . . "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today." WILLIAM M. NEWELL "Hop" . . .Wambition-to be lost in a Harem . . . Ellwood attracts him for some reason or other . . . strictly smooth . . . "Behave yourself!" THEOLA MARIE NEWHARD "Theola" . . . will be a teacher in 1950 . . . wants to go to Indiana State Teachers College . . - MARGARET NOCERA "Mickey" . . . amateur photog- raphy is her hobby . . . Benny Good- man . . . likes sailors . . . "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" . . . "Roger!" TONY R. NUZZO "Nuisance" . . . likes certain girls QU . . . broad smile is one or his assets . . . black wavy hair may be included, also. JAMES T. OESTERLING "Jim" . . . that quiet Kiwanian . . recognized by his curly hair . . . surprised his friends by dating . . . found on Friday night with Jo . . . Merchant Marine . . . "Is that a fact now?" LOIS OLSON "Tish" . . . sings alto . . . "Red" . . . loves dancing . . . mad about men . . . likes to sew wants to be a designer. KATIE K. O'TOOLlE "Kitty" . . . tall boys . . . nurse . . . collects pretty poetry . . . walks in the rain . . . identified by her distinctive sneeze. DOLORES M. OTTAVIANO "Dee" . . . drummerette . . . will work in a store after .graduation . . . Gene Kelly is her ideal . . . drinks orange DOD . . . "Never give up!" EDWARD G. OWENS "Skeetcr" . . . hangs out at the South Side and the Arena . ., dis- likes underclassmen . . . wants to be a machinist . . . likes girls in general. RAYMOND J. OWOC "Ray" . . . basketball . . . quiet and reserved . . . Trig "Prof" . . . likes to do "nothing" . . . always seen with "Mooch" . . . "What?" MARY ANN PALKOVICH "Mar-an" . . . cherry pie with ice cream satisfies her appetite . . . wants to be a nurse . . . sailors . . . indentifying expression, "Yipes!" THERESA PANARELLA "'I'rixie" . . . likes to swim . . . Steve . . . "I Dream of You" . . . Harry James . . . hangout, at the Payless . . . 'Oh, Brother!" MARGARET PAPE "Margaret" . . . Mutt . . . found at Miller's Drug Store . . . will do clerical work after graduation . . . "Long Ago and Far Away." . . . "Hi, honey!" MARY JANE PATCHELL "'Janie"' Q K. . likes gto sing Cfurthermore, she knows howll . . . music career . . . travel abroad . . . Westminster College . . . likes to wear red. JOHN BLAIR PATTERSON "Uncle John" . . . will study to be a psychologist . . . dislikes wine. women, and song isilly boy!J . . . usually found at Joe's Pool Room . . . "Pardon me for leaving!" HAROLD PEARS "Harold" . . . physical education instructor . . . likes swimming . . . bright smile adds to his charm . . gets along with Mr. McKee? . . "Oscar," WILLIAM A. PELINI "La Palina" . . . to be a pilot . . . Bessemer . . . Ann . . . dis- likes being teased . . . women . , . Mad Physicist. ANDREW PFAHLES "Brother" . . . likes fishing and spaghetti . . . dreams of being a rancher . . . likes physical education . . . "Boy, that's all right!" DANIEL W. PIC CUTA "Slim" . . . by-by . . . Diesel School . . . dancing and sports in- terest him . . .Red's . . . spaghetti or steak are his favorite foods . . . "I Dream of You" . . . "Got any gum?" STEPHEN LAMONT POLLEY "Steve" . . . the Frank Sinatra of Ne-Ca-Hi , . . likes his pipe and older women . . . interested in a singing career . . . quiet . . . Velma . . . "Right-tl" JANE C. POTOCZNY "Janie" . . . likes sailors and Marines .... ambition-home maker and wife . . cute smile . . . thinks Bob Hutton is really-mmm!! JAUCLYN QUARLES "Jackie" . . . not on the heights but climbing . . . wishes to be a beautician . . . Busy Bee . . . likes to receive mail . . . Count Basie . . . "Mighty bad." NICK J. QUARTO "Blackout" . . . wants to he a history teacher! . . . hiking . . . horror of teachers . . . "I Should Care" . . . Glenn Miller . . . "Go get 'em, Buck" INA MAE RAMSEY "Iny" . . . Bill and the Hawaiian Islands are her dream!! . . . dis- likes make-up . . .. by word--"Oh, Yeah!" LUCILLE M. RAMUNNO "Lu" . . . wants to be a typist . . . impressed by olive drab uni- forms . . . thinks Van Johnson is wonderful! iwell, isn't he?l JOANNE ELWILDA RAPSON "Jo" . . . art . . . Autenreiths . . . likes to dance, eat, talk . . . hates to think . . . could eat barrels of spaghetti . . . "Oh, dear!" LOUIS F. REDA "Roger Toughy" . . . wants to be an auto mechanic . . . hangs out at J. B. and the Arena . . . his hobby is ruining automobiles . . . likes Roberta. JAMES REED "Red" . . . "Be Prepared" . . . likes athletics, loafing . . . dislikes school . , . thinks T. Dorsey is "all rect!" . . . could eat raisin pie all day long . . . "Star Dust" . . . "Nuts!" MARILYN JEANNE REEVES "Slug" . . . always has something to say . . . motto-"Speak" . . . little scientist . . . dramatics . . . airplanes . . . Latin student . . "Oh, my gosh!" LOIS M. RENO "Tricky" . . . always have a good time . . . would be a "hello" girl . . . T. Dorsey . . . "Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night" . . . "Gee, you mole!" ELEANOR ROSE REYNOLDS "Shorty" . . . 'tE11y" . . . service mon-Mperiod! . . . swimming, danc- ing . . . Priors . . . red hair and English VIII class . . . Swing Lobby . . . "The Dutchess" . . . uc-.:I'Il'l"le!H GEORGE REYNOLDS "Georgie" . . . ice skates like a flash . . . known by his long hair . . . found-everywhere! . . . dis- likes school in general . . he has a saying, but we can't print it! LILLIAN W. REYNOLDS "Lucy" . . . likes hunting, ice skating, yodeling . . . ambition- aviatrix . . . favorite orchestra- Harry James . . . Boogie Woogie . . . dislikes fresh boys BETTY LEE RIDENOUR "Betty" . . . boogie-woogie fas- cinates her . . . "More and More" . . . Leslie . . . Harry James is okay, too . . . "Give everyone a square deal." MILDRED RITTY "Milly" . . . likes the Navy . . . ifavoritc song-1"Togethen" . . . Tommy Dorsey sends her . . . likes coke . . . dancing . . . "Love that man !" DONALD J. ROGERS "Donald Duck" . . . enjoys shoot- ing -. . . Ambition-to gradate frealized. at last!! . . . all sports interest him . . . would like to be an aimless traveler. ANGELO A. ROMEO "Romeo" . . . girls . . . billiards . . borrowing money is one of his habits . , . has pretty, black, curly hair . . . seen everywhere . . . "Lend me a penny." JOHN MICHEAL ROSS, Jr. "Jr," . . . a hooked man . . . also a big Hirt . . . apples and carrots , . . Spanish . . . Mousy . . .always doing the unexpected . . . "Don't ya like it?" FREDERICK C. ROTE "Pinhead" . . . has a habit of losing money . . . known to many as "The Bobbex"' . . . quiet type . . . dates in the graveyard . . . silly laugh. ELEANOR DOROTHY ROZAK "El" . . fast talker . . . likes dancing , ice cream and cake . . . "Chuck" . . . nurse . . . "Smile and the world smiles with you" . . . "Listen! Listen!" ANNA RUBEIS "Annie" . . . Tom . . . adores sundaes . . . likes to talk, go swim- ming . . . hangs out at Isaly's . . . loafs at the Penn . . . dislikes history . . . "Oh, brother!" IRENE CATHERINE RUSSO "Rene" . . . Isaly's . . . likes maroon convertibles . . . plans to be a housewife . . . "I'm Confess- ing That I Love You" . . . Harry James . . . "You can say that again!" FRANCES LOUISE RZEPKA "Fran" . . . steakburgers are heir meat . . . likes music by Harry James . . . lives at Dolly's house . . . "My Dreams are Getting Better All the Time" . . . "Gee Whiz!" MARILOU SADLER "Red" . . . Jack . . . loves scary movies fwith whom'!?J . . . steak- burgers . . . Van Johnson . . . is sophisticated in green glasses . . . "Gee W'l1iz" MARY ROSE SANDULLO "Mousy" . . . Johnny . . . a good housewife is her goal . . . dancing . . . baseball . . . lemons and salt . . . she wears a diamond ring . . . "Cut it out, now!" ALEX SANSONE "Alex, the flirt" . . . goes steady with Charlotte, every other week . . . dancing . . . girls . . . knows all, sees all, hears all . . . "Gee, you're pretty!" LILLIAN SAROS "Tilly" . . . likes the "Blue Dan- ube" . . . Shaffer Sz Snyder's Drug- store . . . dream--to write a book Kwith the paper shortage7?J . . . "That kills me!" ANGELINE ROSE SCALZO "Anne" . . . country life pleases her . . . bike riding . . . dislikes showiness . . . "Don't Fence Me In" . . . Harry James . . . Tom . . . "Boy, I ain't kidding you!" DOROTHY ANNE SCHNEITZINGER "Schneitz" . . . Sammy's . . . Wesley . . . would like to be a. wedded woman . . . likes to whiz along on her roller skates. ANITA SCHWARTZ "Anita" . . . noted for long locks . . . her heart belongs to "Chuck" . . . plans to go to art school . . . likes being quiet in school. MARTIN L. SCHWARTZ "Morti-Ki" . . . Pittsburgh Uni- versity . , . likes ping-pong . . . our Junior Assistant Scout Master . . . sleep is his favorite pastime . . "Take it Easy." CLARA AMELIA SCRIVEN "Sis" . . . likes sailors, chile-con carne, and shorthand . . . likes potato chips . . . her favorite tune crooner is Perry Como. ALDO SERVEDIO "Alto" . . . dislikes girls-ex- cept one! . . . College Algebra . . . Oh, Betty Grable! . . . ambition is to be an electrical engineer . . . so tall! CARL F. SEWALD "Seaweed" . . . blows a horn . . . dislikes early hours . . calls Study IV home . . . "She did? and four new tires? a 'C"J Sure, I'll marry her!" M. WINIFRED SHAFFER "Widget" . . . crazy pins with original names . . . meatball sand- wiches . . . Swing Lobby . . . pet hate is plaids with stripes on any- thing from people to elephants . . . "Well, for heavens sake!" CHARLES THOMAS SHAW "Chuck" . . . his three sisters . . . a pharmacist . . . hobby--hunting, dear and rabbits . . . Navy . . . Irma . . . "Brother Charles" . . . "See that-7" RALPH SHINER "Shine" . . . likes dancing . . . hangs out at Horner's house . . . Espanol . . . Anchors Aweigh. will he his theme song after graduation. PATRICIA ANN SHIRA "Patty Ann" . . . Bob . . . ambi- tion-secretary . . . hobby-Bob . . . "There's a Fellow Waiting in Pough- keepsie" . . . Huston's residence . . . "Oh, you're crazy!" HARRY R. SHOWALTER "Bud" . . . desires to join the Navy or be a Federal agent . . . likes football . . . dislikes girls that giggle all the time. ANN SKUBA "Annie" . . . pottery worker . . . skating rink is her hangout . . . dancing and swimming . . . candy tempts her . . . red is her color . . . "What's ailing you?" JUNE MARIE SKUBA "Sandy" . . . wants to be an aviatrix . . . she hangs out at Sam's . . . "Begin the Beguinen . . . Cadet Nurse . . "I'l1 be seein' you" . . . "Gee whiz!" PERRY SKUNDOR "Perry" . . . Army . . . Camp Gordon, Ga .... hobby-Louise . . . misses Mr. McKenzie . . . dancing . . . cherry pie is his favorite food . . likes marching in the rain. ELEANOR ELIZABETH SMITH "Smitty" . . . likes Cliff, basketball . . . ambition-file clerk, but will probably be a housewife . .. . "Honey Song" . . . "VVakc up!" HAROLD L. SMITH "Smitty"' . . . Electrical engineer . . Harbor and Union Township . . . likes to work at the Johnson Bronze and drive his old Dodzte . . . Gwenda Mae or Betty? . . . "Let's join up!" HARRY H. SMITH "Smitty" . . . has overcome his shyness . . . struggles in Physics II . . . short, curly hair adds to his charm . . "Hey, you gruys, listen l" PATRICIA SMITH "Pat" . . . Drug Store . . . "Razz" . . . dislikes catty people . . housewife is her future position . . likes the Navy. ROBERT L. SMITH "Smitty" ' . . manager of the Penn Theater . . . a blonde . . . dislikes Physics and P. O. D .... pin-ball machine . . . "Love 'em all" . . . "Oh, brother!" SHIRLE SMITH "Smitty" . . . Valley Forge-Ivor in particular . . . steak and onions . . Glenn Miller . . , hopes to be a beautician sometime in the future. VERONICA R. SOJACK "Ronnie" . . secretary . . . likes to eat popcorn . . . likes to con- verse! . . . collects snapshots of service men , . . blue . . . "That's my business!" DOROTHY ANNE SOKEVITZ "Dot"' . . . Mickey . . . big time . . hobby!-art . . . desixrns clothes . . . wishes to be a housewife . . . "Twilight Time" . . . "No kidding Y" ROBERT E. SOWASH "Sowie" . . . dislikes redheads . . . likes doughnuts and Youngs- town . . . how to miss :vm class . . . "Come now"--"Go 'way!" PHILOMENA SPARANO "Phil,' . '. . loafs at Mahoning Branch Library . . . specializes in language . . . ambitiongforeign correspondent . . . "It's a grand life!" MILDRED LOUISE STEVENSON "Millie" . . . clerk . . . collects snapshots . . . dislikes inquisitive people . . . chocolate cake . . . "Don't Fence Me In" . . . "IZgads!" GLORIA STRITZINGER "Googie", "Stritz" . . . Gibbs' . . . dislikes Queenie, Gooch . . . wanted to be a mortician . . murder stories . . . the Navy . . . "Smarty, you think you're smart!" LaVIDA M. STURGIS "Jo" . . . Roy . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . . spaqlwetti . . . "Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart" . . . Guy Lombardo . . . "Sometimes I wonder!" CORNEL SUCIU "Stilwell" . . . ambition is to own the Newspaper Company . . . dis- likes P. O. D .... downtown . . . "Think" . . . builds model air- planes . . . "Is that right?" WILLIAM SULLIVAN "Sully" . . . Army . . . likel sports, Youngstown . . . favorite excuse-"I had to wait for a train." . . . T. Dorsey . . . "Don't Fence Me ln" . . . "Are you kidding?" MARGARET E. SWANSON "Peggy" . . . ambition--missiom ary . . . collects foreign money , . . sewing . . . "Don't do tomorrow what you can do today" . . . "Are you kidding?" FLORENCE JANE TANNEY "Tanny" . . . dreams of being an interior decorator . . . loves swim- ming . . . pounds away at the piano . . . has pet chameleons . . . Florida. TREVOR TAYLOR "Trev" . . . Air Corps . . . likes fishing, swimming, and Ellwood City . . . dislikes rainy weather . . . steak and mushrooms . , . "Are you kiddin"Z" LAURA T. TEMPESTA "Laurie" . . . Arena . . . roller skating and bowling are her favorite diversions . . . business woman . . . Guy Lombardo . . likes blue . . "For cryin' out loud!" HELEN THOMAS "Helen" . . . plays the violin . . . carries a current torch for "Dusty" . . . looks really "alreet" in yellow . . . wants to take up Business Afi- ministration at Westminster. AGNES R. THOMPSON "Aggie" . . . seamstress . . . "If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again" . . . dislikes history . . . snapshots . . . chocolate cake . . . "What a life." NORMA MARCELLA VALIS "Norma" . . . swimming . . . noted for her sneeze . . . ice cream and hot dogs . . . favorite color- red . . . wants to be a secretary . . . "Ye, grads!" BERTHA MARY VALLELY "Bee" . . . dislikes doing dishes . . . Tom . . . hangout-"Blue Goose" Inn . . . ambition-to travel on the Continent of Europe . . . "Score!" ALBERT VERZILLI "Zooter" . . . Douds . . . is an ardent woman hater 1'!J . . . likes basketball . . . Navy lRadar5 . . . very quiet . . . men of few words are the best. LILLIE MAE VESSELLA "Lillie" . . . collects movie stars pictures . . . likes to burst forth in song . . . hopes to be employed in an office after graduation. PETER VIGNONE "Pete" . . . Mick's Service Sta- tion . . . ride horseback . . . drives trucks . . . plays golf . . . chief trouble-girls . . . likes to go up in the mountains. NANCY E. VITALE "Jay" . . . fashion designer . . . "I Dream of You" . . . treeks to Youngstown . . . her "Ideal" is Lee . . . neat dresser and "cute," too. ROBERT L. WADLINGER "Bob" . . . favorite diversions are swimming, hand ball, hiking . . . Y. M. C. A .... has curly hair . . . likes the song, "Dinah." DORIS JEAN WAGNER "Dotty" . . . wishes to go into radio work . . . detests Frank Sinatra and room 306 . . . likes swimming and tennis . . . a country lass. THERESA FLORENCE WAJERT "Theresa" . . . will study pharm- acy at Pitt . . . collects stamps . . . rapid speech . . . accordianist . . . Wajert's . . . dislikes hypocritics . . . "Jeeps, creeps!" MARY LOUISE WARD "Wardie" . . . future . . . Bell Telephone Co. . . what happened to Johnny? . . . spends nine-tenths of her life at the movies . . . always Hitting hither and thither . . . "Oh, you!" LILLIAN WARSO "Lil" . . . likes sailors, and bike riding . . . dislikes nightwork . . . her hobby is letter writing . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . "Night And Day" . . . "Oh, gee!" STEPHEN EUGENE WASILEWSKI "Yo" . . , wants to 'he a good dancer . . . likes the opposite sex . . . intends to be a grocer after graduation . . . Veronica . . . the crooner of 319. SHIRLEY BLANCHE WEBBER "Shirl" . . . social service . . . Y. W. C. A .... sees every movie in town . . . likes nothing . . . dis- likes nothing but turnips . . . radi- ates cheerfulness . . . "D0n't YOU tell me!" BETTY JEAN WHITE "Betts" . . . Cadet Nurse Corps . . . likes the Navy and Bob . . . shining hair . . . hangout-Doyle's . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . doesn't ilke "Sales" . . . "Oh, now what'll I do?" PEGGY WILKISON "VViIkie" . , . sings soprano . . . ambition-professional singing . . . Charles' second sister . . . likes the NAVY . . . fond of pipes . . . horses. INA WILSON "Iny" . . . works at Murphy's . . . sailors . . . Floyd, a soldier! . . . New Wilmington . . . blue is her color . . . detested public speaking for was it squeaking?J MARYRUTH WILSON "Willy" - . . Bob . . . will enter the Cadet Nurse Corps . . . blue for her . . . likes working at the A Xt P . . . comes to school a few times each week. JEANE F. WINSLOW "Jeane" . . . ambition-would like to be a mortician . . . George . . . Deshon Annex . . . Lincoln Restau- rant . . . dances a lot . . . hates school. JENNIE MAE WISE "Jen" . . . Swing Lobby . . . dancing . . . wants to join the WAVES . , . ask her how she likes swimming in March! . . . "Hitler" . . . "Oh, my shorthand I" GRACE M. WOLFORD "Gracie" . . . plays a guitar . . . musical career . . . on the radio every morning . . . Anderson's Grill . . . ice cream makes her hzxppy . . hobby-collecting songs. JANE DOLORES YAKOWICZ "Jan" . . . private secretary . . Johnny . . . New Castle Dru? . . . likes to dance and bowl . . . worf s at Theodore Stevens' Bakery Srp . . . wants to no to Younfistmwn Business College. FLORENCE MARIE YERKOVICH "Flo" . . . wants to be a journal- ist . . . probably will be a secre- tary . . . Guy Lombardo . . . chums with Mary . . , "Live for the future." JUNE M. YOUNG "Junie" . . . our drum majorette . . . loves dancing . , . "Chris" . . . desires to be a secretary . . . big smile . . . "Oh, gee!" HILDA F. ZAKEL "Hil" . . . collects cards, lapel pins . . . Penn State . . . Dhysio-- therapy . . . Al7??!!! . . . likes to travel . . . horses, ice skating . . . Tom . . . "Sleepl What's that?" AGNES ZAPPIA "Agnes" . . . collects novelty pins and picture postcards . . . in- terested in people . . . will study meclical technfl JEAN ANN ZARILLA "Dolly" . . . interested in the nmrines - ' ' People's . . . wishes to tour the world by plane 1alone7'IJ . . . "I Don't lVant to Lowe You" . . Glenn Miller . . . "Urf, urfl" ALICE H. ZARLENGA "Chicky" . . . "I'm Beginning to See the Light" . . . Ernie . . . . . . Sewing . . , would like to have a handsome employer. VICTOR FRANK ZOMBECK "Vic" . . . wavy hair . . . eats T-bone steaks fwhen he can get 'eml and fried chicken . . . ambi- tion is to wander aimlessly . . . thinks girls are nice . . . "Anniver- sary Waltz." SERVICE LIST FRANCIS BREST ..... JACK CAMPBELL ...... NOLAN COBB ....... ALBERT DAVELLI .... ........ JOHN DeALESANDRO TONY DeANGELO ..... MARIO D.eCERBO ...... MARIO De1SIGNORE ...... PETER DENAKO .... PAUL DUDA ....... WILLIAM EMERY ..... WILLIAM FISHER ...... ROBERT JAMES ...... SAMUEL KELLEY ...... PERRY SKUNDOR . ..... HAROLD SMITH ........ WILLIAM SULLIVAN Army Air Army Air .Navy .Navy Army C orps .Navy C orps .......Navy ......Army Air .Navy Army .Navy Army .Navy Corps .Navy Army .Navy Army fThe following is an June 5, 1945.1 ......Commercial Margaret Jane Baatz ..... .. Eugene William Baer ..... Gladys Fatima Ahmed .. Jo Ann Brown .....,.......... Marie Orlando Catone .. HONOR alphabetical list of ...........General ......Academic ........Academic ....Commercial Linda Katherine Cheers .......... Academic Joan May Cox .......................... Academic James Theofanis Demos .......... Academic Hazel L. Guy ........ , .......... Sondra Lee Hamilton ..... ......Academic ......Academic Helen M. Hays ............................ General Marshall Jay Hogue ......... . .......... Vocational Trade School Nancy Ellen Lehman .......... Commercial Edith Helen Master .............. Commercial ROLL the honor pupils of the class graduating Helen L. McQuiston ............ Commercial Martha C. McQuiston .......... Commercial Loretta Mae Morganti .............. Academic James Tury Oesterling ............Technical William Albert Pelini .................. Vocational Trade School Joanne Elwilda Rapson .............. General Patricia Ann Shira ................ Commercial Philomena Sparano .................. Academic Theresa Florence Wajert ........ Academic Shirley Blanche Webber .......... Academic Margaret Wilkison .............. Commercial June Mary Young ................ Commercial Hilda Freda Zakel .... Academic-Technical Jean Ann Zarilla .................. Commercial 49949 AWARDS Prize offered by the Lawrence Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolu- tion for general proficiency in United States history during the high school course. -Won by HAZELI GUY Prize offered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by LORETTA MORGANTI Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in Music. -Instrumental Won by WILLIAM BLACK and LOUIS CASSELLA -Vocal Won by STEPHEN POLLEY Prize offered by the Lawrence County Bar Association to the senior with the highest rank in the four Prize studies. Prize Pittsburgh Prize citizenship year Latin course. -Won by PHILOMENA SPARANO offered by Bausch and Lomb Optical Company for progress in scientific --Won by THERESA WAJERT offered by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association of for general excellence in mathematics during the high school course. --lVon by JAMES OESTERLING offered by B'nai B'rith to a problems of democracy student for good and for progress in the study of democracy. -Won by CARL COTTON CLASS SONG QTO the tune of "I'1n Beginning to See the Light."J We never cared much for 'rithmetic The kids and the teachers didn't click They gave us home Work galore to do When we had some Where else to go. We had lots of fung held dances too And "PINK" little slips never made us blue. We're sorry We're leavin' school-aren't you? We're beginning to see lthe light. . l , , 3 1 Used to ramble through the halls Took a righteous air toward all But Why shouldn't We, after all We're the Seniors of Ne-Ca-Hi. 1 , T After three years of mostly fun I We find high school days are nearly done We hate to leave dear old Ne-Ca-Hi And the Class of "45". -Lorraine Lee. WHO'S WHO SENIOR A President ........................................ Jack Fisher Vice-President ..... ....... A gnes 0'Connor Secretary .......... ...... N ancy Lehman Treasurer ...... ........ R obert Capitola JUNIOR A President .........,.............................. Robert Post Vice-President ..... ....... R alph Peluso Secretary .......... ...... D onna Murphy Treasurer ....... ...... T ony Dominicis SOPHOMORE A President .......................................... Bill Stoner Vice-President ..... ...... R ichard Dangel Secretary .......... ..... . .Caroline COX Treasurer ....... ...... D orothy Smith SENIOR COMMITTEE Class Day Chairman .................. Robert Capitola Master of Ceremonies .................. Eugene Baer Class Will .........,........................ Shirley Webber Class Historian ....... ........ P hilomena Sparano Class Knocker . ......................... Herbert Mullen Class Prophet ................................ Gale Measel Chairman Talent Committee .... Peggy Wilkison Chairman Stage Committee ............ Ed Murphy SENATUS ROMANUS President ............................ Philomena Sparano Vice-President ..... ...... .......... J i m Davelli Secretary ........... ....... A nn Green Treasurer ...... ....... B ill Nelson A GERMAN CLUB President ....... Vice-President Secretary .......... Nelson ......Ted Castele Davelli Treasurer ...... ........ E rwin Alpern DOFOBS President .......... ................. W illiam Chalmers Vice-President ...... Mary Lou Brunton Secretary .......... ........ B arbara Bergland Treasurer ....... ........ J acquelaine Sines SENIOR B President .................................... Tom Fletcher Vice-President ..... ......... B ill Wallace Secretary ......... .,........... A nn Green Treasurer ...... ........ R obert Hoyland JUNIOR B President .................................. Richard Rhodes Vice-President .... ......... H erbert Hawkins Secretary ......, ...... M arilyn Calvin Treasurer ....... ..... . ...Nancy Klee STUDENT COUNCIL President ...................... .........- . ..Tony Dominicis Vice-President ....... .. ..... ............ B ob James Secretary ................... ........ G loria Stritzinger Assistant Secretary .... ................. M ary Butz Treasurer ................... ........ E arl Hawk GIRL RESERVES President ................................ Sondra Hamilton Vice-President ................ ...... M argie Horner Secretary ........... ' ......... ................ M argie Logan Corresponding Secretary ..... ...Jeanne Culliford Treasurer .................................. Winnie Shaffer CHEERLEADERS Betty Blewitt, Margie Maxwell, Shirley Urban, Russell Lewis, George Morrow, James Redman. Substitutes: Betty Lutz, Carol Patterson, Phyllis Reid. ORDER OF BUSINESS EFFICIENCY President ............................ .. ...... ...... R ita Felice Vice-President ........... ........ G loria Stritzinger Secretary-Treasurer ...................... Jean Zarilla Assistant Secretary-Treasurer..Nancy Lehman SENIOR HI-Y President ............... . ...................... Harold Pears Vice-President .... ........ H oward McCracken Secretary .......... ............ R obert Luikart Treasurer ...... ......... .... . . Ed Murphy SWING LOBBY Chairman ........................................ Nancy Klee Secretary ..... ........Peggy Wilkison SENIOR ACTIVITIES JOHN W. FISHER AGNES GERTRUDE O'CONNOR COMMERCIAL Class President 1121 Class Basketball 1121 Home Room Representative 1121 Hall Patrol Captain 1121 Lieutenant 1111 "My Cousin From Texas" G. W. J. H. S. 1101 Pre Session Squad Captain 111-121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 NANCY ELLEN LEHMAN COMMERCIAL Class Secretary 1121 Business Proficiency Club 1121 Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Home Room Representative 111-121 Victory Captain 1101 Usher 1121 Student Secretary 1121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 ACADEMIC Class Vice-President 1121 Camera Club 1101 G. A. C. 1121 Girls' Chorus 1101 Home Room Representative 1121 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 Senatus Romanus 1121 Usher 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Class Day Committee 1121 ROBERT J. CAPITOLA TECHNICAL Class Treasurer 1121 Hall Patrol Captain 110-121 Lieutenant 1111 Dofobs 110-111 Office Squad 1101 Squad Leader 1111 Football 1101 Class Day Chairman 1121 Service Squad 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 ROSE ELAINE ABBOD GENERAL Girls' Chorus 1121 GLADYS FATIMA AHMED COMMERCIAL Camera Club 1101 Business Efficiency 1121 MARY EMMALINE ALLEN COMMERCIAL Camera Club 1101 Girl Reserves G. W. J. H. S. 1101 VIRGINIA AMBREZEWICZ COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency 1121 I VIVIAN JANE ALLEN COMMERCIAL JAMES N. AMBROSE VOGATIONAL TRADE WILLIAM G. ANDREWS SCHOOL GENERAL "Janie" 1111 Hi Y 110-11-121 Varsity Basketball 110-11-121 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Football 111-121 Track G. W. J. H. S. 1101 Home Room Representative 110 Dofobs 110-111 Hall Patrol 111-121 Office Squad 1101 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 -111 DOROTHY MARIE ANDERSON COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves G. W. J. H. S. 1101 GEORGE P. ANDERSON GENERAL Hi Y 110-11-121 Rifle Club 1101 Class Day Committee 1121 Squad Leader 1121 ARLENE JOYCE ANDY COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 1121 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girls' Chorus 111-121 Shorthand Award 1121 Squad Leader 110-111 Service Squad 110-11-121 Football Program 110-11-121 TERRY AUDINO GENERAL Dofobs 1101 Girls' Chorus 110-111 Service Squad 111-121 PEGGY JANE BAATZ GENERAL Band 111-121 Girl Reserves 1101 Orchestra 1101 Victory Captain 1121 EUGENE W. BAER ACADEMIC Hi Y 1President 111 110-11-121 Debate Club 1Treasurer 111 Ne-Ca-Zette 1111 Emergency Squad 110-11-121 "Janie" 1111 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 Class Day Master of Ceremonies 1121 BETTY JANE BANKS COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves G. W. J. H. S. 1101 Shorthand Awards 100 1121 DOROTHYE HELENE BASHER COMMERCIAL Camera Club 1111 Girl Reserves 1101 WANDA BARTSCH COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Current Events Club 1111 Girl Reserves 1121 Home Room Representative 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1101 DOROTHY MAE BELLOCK COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 1121 G. A. C. 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1101 GEORGE W. BEVAN VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Victory Captain' 1121 Squad Leader 1111 KATHERINE JANE BEVAN HOME ECONOMICS RICHARD D. BEYNON COMMERCIAL Hi Y 111-121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Hall Captain 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 Football Manager 1101 MARY ANN BIASUCCI HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 1121 Usher 1121 JEAN MARIE BLACK COMMERCIAL WILLIAM EDWARD BLACK GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Mid-Western Band 1111 Class Basketball 111-121 Track 1101 Hall Patrol 1101 Class Day Committee 1121 JERRY BONNER GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 111-121 Pre Session Squad 1111 Class Basketball 111-121 Class Day Committee 1121 NITA BOOKAMER ACADEMIC NOLA BOOKAMER ACADEMIC JOSEPH W. BORKESZ VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL BEN BORON VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Hi-Y 1125 RAYMOND BOROWSKI TECHNICAL Home Room Representative 1125 Hall Monitor 1105 Hi Y 1125 A Class Basketball 1125 FRANCIS CLAIR BREST GENERAL In Service VIRGINIA DALE BROADDUS GENERAL JO ANN BROWN ACADEMIC French Club 110-115 G. A. C. 110-115 Home Room Representative 110-115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Squad Leader G. W. J. H. S. 1105 Victory Captain G. W. J. H. S. 1105 Class Secretary G. W. J. H. S. 1105 HAROLD F. BUCKEL VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL VIRGINIA BUNDURI COMMERCIAL Victory Captain 110-125 PETE BURRELLI VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL THERESA CALLAHAN COMMERCIAL STELLA E. CAPPERINO COMMERCIAL JACK EDWARD CAMPBELL COMMERCIAL In Service FELIX A. CARDELLA, JR. VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL PAUL W. CAREY GENERAL Football 110-115 Basketball 110-115 Hall Patrol 1105 Squad Leader 1115 Student Guard 1125 Class Basketball 1125 PHILIP A. CARLO GENERAL Class Basketball 1125 Track 1105 Victory Captain 110-125 Hall Patrol 1125 LOUIS L. CASSELLA GENERAL Band 110-11-125 Orchestra 111-125 Radio Program 1125 Victory Captain 1105 Class Day Committee 1125 MARIE ORLANDO CATONE COMMERCIAL Band 110-11-125 Orchestra 110-11-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1105 Home Room Representative LINDA K. CHEERS ACADEMIC Camera Club 1105 I Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Service Squad 1125 IDA CHIRUMBOLO COMMERCIAL PATSY A. CIOPPA GENERAL Class Basketball 1125 Hall Monitor 1105 Service Squad 1115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 110-115 FRED M. CIOTTO VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL NOLAN DONALD COBB GENERAL In Service FRANCINE R. COHEN ACADEMIC Debate Club 1111 Dofobs 1121 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Football Program 1121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 LENORE A. COLELLA GENERAL G. A. C. 410-111 GLORIA ANN CCLANGELC COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 G. A. C. 1101 Squad Leader 110-111 Home Room Representative 1121 JOAN M. COX ACADEMIC A Cappella Choir 111-121 Camera Club 1101 Debate Club 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Service Squad 1121 Ne Ca Zette Staff 1111 Victory Captain 1101 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 MANUEL CORNRICH VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL R. DALE COVER VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Class Representative 1121 CARL H. COTTON GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1101 Dofobs 111-121 Hall Patrol 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 "My Cousin From Texas" G. W. J. H S. 1101 "Janie" 1111 Usher 1121 JEANNE CULLIFORD COMMERCIAL Bond Salesmen 1111 Business Proficiency Club 1121 Home Room Representative 1121 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1111 Office Squad 1121 ROBERT CURRY GENERAL Class Basketball 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Squad Leader 1111 NORMAN CUSCINO COMMERCIAL Class Basketball 1121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Office Squad 111-121 PATRICIA CUSHION COMMERCIAL Chorus 1101 A Cappella Choir 111-121 G. A. C. 411-121 Business Efficiency Club 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Shorthand Award 100 1121 NORMA E. DANNELS COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 ALBERT DAVELLI GENERAL DOROTHY LAVERGNE CRUNKLETON In Service COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 111-121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 A Cappella Choir 111-121 TONY DeANGELO VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Home Room Representative 1121 DORIS ILENE DAUGHERTY ACADEMIC Football Programs 1121 G. A. C. 111-121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Orchestra 110-11-121 LARRY R. DeBLASIO TECHNICAL Class Basketball 1121 Hi Y 1121 MARIO J. DeCERBO ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Class Basketball 111-121 Home Room Representative 1101 German Club 111-121 . Hall Patrol 110-111 ARTHUR A. DeGILIO GENERAL Basketball 111-121 Football 111-121 Squad Leader 1111 Hall Monitor 110-11-121 JEAN De.IOSEPH COMMERCIAL LENA DELLIQUADRI GENERAL Girl Reserves 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 Rifle Club 1101 MARIO DelSIGNORE VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL In Service JAMES THEOFANIS DEMOS ACADEMIC Dofobs 111-121 Hi Y 1111 Hall Monitor 111-121 Home Room Representative 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Class Day Committee 1121 Junior Kiwanian 1121 HELEN DePOLIS COMMERCIAL Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Shorthand Award 100 1121 PETER DENAKO GENERAL In Service ANTHONY L. DeSIMONE VOCATIONAL TRADE sCHO0L Squad Leader 11 11 CHARLES L. DeSIMONE GENERAL Hall Captain 111-121 Usher 110-11-121 JOHN DIALESANDRO VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL In Service THOMAS M. DONEGAN COMMERCIAL GEORGE DRAKE COMMERCIAL PAUL DUDA GENERAL Victory Captain 1121 DELPHINE ANN DUDZENSKY GENERAL KATHRYN M. EDGINGTON GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1121 Band 111-121 Chorus 1101 G. A. C. 1121 Girl Reserves 1121 Usher 1121 Orchestra 1121 PAMELIA MAE EGGLESTON HOME ECONOMICS GUY J. ELISCO VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Football 110-11-121 Victory Captain 110-111 Track 1121 WILLIAM EMERY VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL In Service EILEEN D. EVANS GENERAL Girl Reserves 111-125 Band 110-11-125 MARGARET E. EVANS GENERAL Girls' Chorus 1125 Girl Reserves 1125 ROSEMARY FACTOR GENERAL Debate Club 1115 Rifle Club 1105 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 JOHN M. FALATKO GENERAL I Class Basketball Service Squad 1105 Perfect Attendance 110-125 FLORENCE A. FAZZONE COMMERCIAL Debate Club 1115 Girl Reserves 1105 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1115 RITA FELICE COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-125 Chorus 1105 Order of Business Efficiency President 1125 Victory Captain 1115 ALBERT J. FIACCO GENERAL Debate Club 1115 Class Basketball 1125 Hall Patrol Captain 1125 Service Squad 110-115 Usher 110-11-125 Squad Leader 1115 Ne-Ca-Zette 1105 ALMA JEAN FLAUGHER COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1105 THELMA JANE FLAUGHER COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1105 1125 BETTY L. FINCH COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency 1125 Camera Club 1115 G. A. C. 110-11-125 Girl Reserves 110-11-125 Squad Leader 1115 Home Room Representative 1115 Yerfect Attendance 110-115 "Janie" 1115 WILLIAM R. FISHER GENERAL Varsity Basketball 111-125 Usher 110-11-125 Victory Captain 110-115 GLENN E. FLOYD VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Rifle Club 1105 MARJORIE A. FLYNN GENERAL Girls' Chorus 1115 GRACE ELAINE FORSBERG COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 1115 SHIRLEYJEAN FOX ACADEMIC Senatus Romanus 111-125 Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 Girls' Chorus 1115 LILLIAN ROSE FULLWOOD HOME ECONOMICS Girls' Chorus 1125 Victory Captain 1115 MARION JANE FURLONG GENERAL Perfect Attendance 111-125 "Come Rain or Shine" 1125 MARY JANE GIBBONS HOME ECONOMICS Band 110-11-125 Orchestra 1125 Victory Captain 1115 Home Room Representative 110-125 Girl Reserves 1125 BEN GIANNI NO RMA M. GURINI VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL COMMERCIAL ROBERT E. GIFFORD GENERAL Band 1101 Class Basketball 111-121 Hi Y 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 111-121 Track 111-121 Office Squad 1111 Squad Leader 111-121 JOANNE KATHLEEN GILKEY COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 1111 Order of Business Efficienc Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 MARJORIE ANNE GLENN GENERAL Service Squad 1121 N. CARLENE GODWIN GENERAL Chorus 111-121 JANE H. GORSKI COMMERCIAL RALPH E. GREEN COMMERCIAL Football 1111 Class Basketball 11 Squad Leader 1121 21 JOHN GEORGE GREGORY, JR. COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 11 11 BARBARA JEAN GRESH GENERAL Dofobs 1111 ALICE GRIBBEN HOME ECONOMICS 1 Victory Captain 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 BETTY JEAN GROSSMAN GENERAL Girls' Chorus 11 1-121 Rifle Club 1101 DAVID E. GUY VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL HAZEL L. GUY ACADEMIC Debate Club 1111 Dofobs 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Victory Captain 1111 12, SONDRA LEE HAMILTON ACADEMIC A Cappella Choir 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Dofobs 1121 G. A. C. 110-111 Girls' Chorus 1111 Squad Leader 1101 Victory Captain 1101 Class. Day Committee 1121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 President 1121 Vice-President 1111 yl MUSTAPHA HASSEN GENERAL Basketball 1111 Football 110-111 Squad Leader 1111 Track 1101 HELEN M. HAYS GENERAL Orchestra 1121 A Cappella Choir 1121 JOHN C. HELMICK TECHNICAL Orchestra 110-11-121 Pre Session Squad 1111 BETTY HILEMAN GENERAL G. A. C. 111-121 Football Program 1121 R0 SE MARIE HILL COMMERCIAL MARGARET ANNE HOGAN GENERAL Debate Club 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite Staff 1111 MARSHALL J. HOGUE VOCATICNAL TRADE SCHOOL Squad Leader 11 11 MARGIE HORNER GENERAL Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Dofobs 1121 Victory Captain 1121 "Janie" 1111 Usher 1121 GLORIA C. HUNT ACADEMIC Girls' Chorus 1111 Senatus Romanus 111-121 ROSEMARY HUNTER ACADEMIC PATSY C. IOVANELLA TECHNICAL Hall Patrol 1101 Usher 110-111 Class Basketball 1121 HELEN M. IOZZI COMMERCIAL CAROL E. IRWIN GENERAL Girls' Chorus 1111 Girl Reserves 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 ARCHIEMAE JACKSON COMMERCIAL ROBERT JAMES GENERAL Class Basketball 110-11-121 Class Representative 111-121 Student Council Vice President 1121 Assembly Squad 1111 Squad Leader 1111 ' Student Guard 1121 Hi Y 1101 ELEANOR L. IRWIN ACADEMIC Girl Reserves 110-11-121 WILLIAM H. JAMISON GENERAL Class Basketball 111-121 EDWARD JOHN ACADEMIC Usher 110-11-121 Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 110-11-121 Hi-Y 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 Home Room Representative Hall Patrol 1101 Victory Captain 1121 Music Contest 1111 VONA LOU JOHNS HOME ECONOMICS JULIUS JOHNSON GENERAL Squad Leader 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Class Basketball 110-111 SARAH JOSEPH COMMERCIAL THOMAS ANTHONY JOSEPH GENERAL Basketball 1111 Football 1111 Squad Leader 111-121 ESTHER KAIHLANEN ACADEMIC JAMES GEORGE KARIDIS GENERAL Class Basketball 1121 Hi-Y 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Usher 1121 JOHN N. KATAKIS 111-121 VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Home Room Representative 110-111 ' Squad Leader 1111 VIRGINIA LOUISE KELLOGG COMMERCIAL Camera Club 1111 Home Room Representative 1121 Dofobs 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 "The Midnight Ghost" G. W. J. H. S. 1101 DONALD E. KELLY GENERAL Class Basketball 111-121 SAM KELLY VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL In Service JANE E. KERR TECHNICAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Home Room Representative 110-11- Swing Lobby Committee 1121 Class Day Committe-e 1121 ANN EILEEN KEYSO COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 OLETA KIRK GENERAL Dofobs 1111 Girls' Chorus 1111 Debate Club 1111 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 LOIS JEAN KLAES GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1121 HELEN MARIE KLAMAR COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 JANE KLEJNOSKI GENERAL GERALDINE KLINE COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 VIRGINIA JAYNE KLIK COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 THOMAS L. KLINGENSMITH ACADEMIC Band 110-11-121 Camera Club 1101 Perfect Attendance 1121 Rifle Club 1111 Track 1111 DOLORES MAXINE KNOBLOCH HOME ECONOMICS Girl Reserves 1121 HINDA KOHN GENERAL X Camera Club 1101 G. A. C. 1121 DOROTHY E. KOLESAR COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 JOSEPH KULNIS GENERAL Class Basketball 1121 Football 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 1121 GLORIA I. LAUGHLIN COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Dofobs 1111 G. A. C. 1121 Office Squad 1121 Victory Captain 1111 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 FLORENCE LOUISE LAWSON GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1121 Girls' Chorus 1111 RUTH IRENE LENZ COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 1101 Business Efficiency Club 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Shorthand Awards 100 1121 CHARLOTTE G. LEASURE COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 1121 LORRAINE LEE COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 110-111 Rifle Club 1101 DOLORES JOANNE LELII COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Dismissal Squad 1101 Girls' Chorus 1101 CHARLES F. LEPPLY VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Rifle Club 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites Staff 1111 Home Room Representative 1121 MARJORIE JANE LOGAN COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 1121 Squad Leader 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Service Squad 1121 FRANCES LOUISE LOMBARDO COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Girls' Chorus 1101 Perfect Attendance 1121 LORRAINE M. LUDOVICI COMMERCIAL Chorus 1101 Choir 111-121 Business Efficiency Club 1121 VVILLIAM L. LUKEHART GENERAL HELEN LaVERNE MAHER COMMERCIAL Dofobs 1101 Home Room Representative 110-111 Office Squad 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101 Business Proficiency Club 11.21 BARBARA ANN MARIACHER HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 1111 Perfect Attendance 1111 MARY LOU MARTIN GENERAL WALTER MARTIN VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOI. Track 1101 Victory Captain 1111 Football 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Home Room Representative 1121 EDITH MASTER COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Victory Captain 1101 JOSEPHINE A. MAZZEI COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 110-111 Squad Leader 1111 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 JEROME JOSEPH McCART TECHNICAL Hall Patrol 1101 LAURA MAE McCLELLAND COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 1121 Home Room Representative 110-111 Girl Reserves 1121 JAMES L. MCCLINTOCK GENERAL "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Debate Club 1111 Usher 1111 Ne-Ca-Hi Radio Program 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 MARY LUCILLE MCCREARY ACADEMIC Football Program 111-121 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 1121 MONAGENE McCONNELL COMMERCIAL GLADE MCCULLOUGH GENERAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-125 Boys' Octette 1115 Hi-Y 110-115 Perfect Attendance 1105 Rifle Club 1105 MARGARET LOUISE MCGILL GENERAL Girl Reserves 1105 ALYS JANE McGRATH COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-125 "My Cousin from T:xas" C. S. 1105 "Youth Takes Over" 1125 GENEVIEVE L. McGUIRE TECHNICAL Girl Reserves 1125 MADELINE F. McGUIRE GENERAL ROBERT A. McLEAN GENERAL Dofobs 1115 Hi Y 110-11-125 Hall Patrol 1125 "Janie" 1115 Class Basketball 1125 BETTE MCNEILI GENERAL Dofobs 1125 Victory Captain 1125 HELEN MCQUISTON COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 11 Victory Captain 1105 MARTHA MCQUISTON COMMERCIAL W 1- J. n. 125 GALE E. MEASEL VOCATIONAI. TRADE SCHOOL Victory Captain 1125 Squad Leader 1115 Class Prophet 1125 ALFRED C. MELCHIORE COMMERCIAL Hall Patrol 1125 CATHERINE E. MELICHAR COMMERCIAL Shorthand Awards 100 1125 LOIS E. MELLOR COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 110-11-125 Perfect Attendance 1115 ROBERT S. MELVIN GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1125 GERTRUDE MIKUS GENERAL Assistant Bond Salesman 110-115 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Class Day Committee 1125 FRED A. MISCIMARRA VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Home Room Representative 1125 Perfect Attendance 1105 HELEN ROSE MOCHOI HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 1115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 WILLIAM R. MONKS VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Squad Leader 1115 LTO RETTA M. MORGANTI ACADEMIC Dofobs 1125 German Club Vice-president 11 15 Secretary 1125 Victory Captain 1115 Business Efficiency Club 111-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 RICHARD V. MON TGOMERY GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Hi Y 110-111 Home Room Representative 110-11- 121 Office Squad 110-111 Student Council 1121 Hall Patrol 1101 Class Basketball 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 LOUISE IRENE MORRIS GENERAL Girls' Chorus 110-11-121 WILLIAM B. MORRISON GENERAL Hi Y 12 Victory Captain 1111 HERBERT EDVVARD MULLEII TECHNICAL Dofobs President 1111 German Club President 111-121 Hi Y 110-11421 Home Room Representative 1111 Hall Patrol 110-111 Captain 1111 Service Squad 1121 Student Guard 1121 Student Council 1111 Usher 111-121 Class Basketball 1121 Class Knocker 1121 BEATRICE MURPHY COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 MARY CORA MURPHY COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 1121 Victory Captain 1121 EILEEN M. MURPHY COMMERCIAL Chorus 1101 Victory Captain 110-11-121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 EDWARD D. MURPHY GENERAL Hi Y 111-121 Treasurer 1121 Debate Club 1111 Hall Monitor 111-121 Student Guard 1121 Usher 1121 Home Room Representative 1121 Swing Lobby Committee 111-121 Class Day Committee 1121 MARGARET KATHRYN MURPHY COMMERCIAL Camera Club 1101 RITA NATALE COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Service Squad 110-11-121 WILLIAM M. NEWELL COMMERCIAL Band 111-121 Class Basketball 111-121 Hi Y 1101 Varsity Basket-ball Manager 111-121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Lieutenant 1111 Squad Leader 1121 THEOLA MARIE NEWHARD GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1121 MARGARET NOCERA HOME ECoNoM1Cs TONY R. NUZZO GENERAL Class Basketball 1121 Squad Leader 1111 LOIS OLSON HOME ECONOMICS Home Room Representative 110-111 Girl Reserves 110-111 A Cappella Choir 110-I1-121 Girls' Chorus 1101 JAMES T. OESTERLING TECHNICAL Class Officer 1President5 G. S. 1105 Debate Club 1115 Dofobs 1115 Hi Y 111-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1125 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Victory Captain 110-11-125 Junior Kiwanian 1125 Perfect Attendance 110-125 Class Basketball 110-11-125 Class Day Committee 1125 KATIE K. O'TO OLE ACADEMIC A Cappella Choir 111-125 Swing Lobby Committee 1125 French Club 1115 Perfect Attendance 1125 Victory Captain 11 1-1 25 DOLORES M. OTTAVIANO COMMERCIAL Band 110-11-125 Orchestra 1115 EDWARD G. OWENS VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL RAYMOND J. OWOC TECHNICAL Assistant Bond Salesman 111-125 Basketball Varsity 110-11-125 Home Room Representative 110 Football Manager 111-125 Hall Patrol 110-115 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1125 Senatus Romanus 111-125 Student Council 1115 Treasurer 1115 Track 1105 Victory Captain 110-11-125 MARY ANN PALKOVICH p COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1105 Victory Captain 1105 Tl-IERESA PANARELLA HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 1105 Home Room Represenative 1115 Perfect Attendance 110-11-125 MARGARET PAPE COMMERCIAL W. J. H. Camera Club 1105 MARY JANE PATCHELL GENERAL A Cappella Choir 111-125 Chorus 1105 Girl Reserves 1125 Perfect Attendance 1125 JOHN BLAIR PATTERSON TECHNICAL Class Basketball 1125 Camera Club 1105 Hi Y 110-11-125 Class Day Committee 1125 HAROLD W. PEARS GENERAL Class Basketball 1125 Hi Y 110-11-125-President 1125 Hall Patrol 110-115 Lieutenant 1115 Swing' Lobby Committee 111-125 Class Day Committee 1125 WILLIAM A. PELINI VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Squad Leader 1115 DANIEL W. PICCUTA GENERAL Class Basketball 111-125 Hall Monitor 111-125 Usher 1125 STEPHEN LAMONT POLLEY TECHNICAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-125 Class Basketball 110-11-125 Boys' Octette 1115 Debate Club 1105 "My Cousin From Texas" G. W J H. S. 1105 Hi Y 110-11-125 Home Room Representative 1125 Music Festival 1115 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1125 Rifle Club 1105 Usher 1125 Class Day Committee 1125 ANDREW PFAHLES COMMERCIAL Class Basketball 1121 .JANE C. POTOCZNY COMMERCIAL . DOfobs1121 Girls' Chorus 1111 JAUCLYN QUARLES HOME ECONOMICS NICK J. QUARTO GENERAL Hall Patrol 1111 Lieutenant 1121 Class Basketball 1121 Football Usher 1121 Usher 1121 INA MAE RAMSEY HOME ECONOMICS Perfect Attendance 111-121 LUCILLE M. RAMUNNO COMMERCIAL JOANNE ELWILDA RAPSON GENERAL Dofobs 1101 Girl Reserves 1101 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Service Squads 111-121 LOUIS F. REDA VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 1121 JAMES REED GENERAL Class Basketball 1121 LOIS M. RENO HOME ECONOMICS G. A. C. 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 GEORGE REYNOLDS GENERAL Hall Patrol 1111 MARILYN JEANNE REEVES ACADEMIC Victory Captain 110-11-121 Camera Club 1101 Debate Club 1111 G. A. C. 1101 Current Events 1111 Squad Leader 1101 "My Cousin From Texas" G., H. S. 1101 Senatus Romanus 1121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 ELEANOR ROSE REYNOLDS GENERAL Dofobs 110-11-121 "My Cousin From Texas" G. H. S. 1101 German Club 110-11-121 Swing Lobby Committee 1121 LILLIAN W. REYNOLDS COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 111-121 Rifle Club 110-111 BETTY LEE RIDENOUR HOME ECONOMICS MILDRED RITTY HOME ECONOMICS DONALD J. ROGERS COMMERCIAL Hi Y 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Perfect Attendance 1121 ANGELO A. ROMEO , COMMERCIAL Band 110-111 Hail Patrol 110-111 ELEANOR DOROTHY ROZAK ACADEMIC - Chorus 1101 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1111 Radio Program, Manager 1121 Football Program 1111 Usher 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 W.-I W.J JOHN MICHEAL ROSS, JR. GENERAL Band 110-111 Home Room Represenative Rifle Club 1101 Victory Captain 1101 Track 1111 FRED C. ROTE 110-111 VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL Victory Captain 1111 Squad Leader 1111 ANNA RUBEIS COMMERCIAL Chorus 1 101 . IRENE CATHERINE RUSSO COMMERCIAL Band 111-121 Girls' Chorus 1101 Perfect Attendance 1101 FRANCES LOUISE RZEPKA COMMERCIAL V Perfect Attendance 1101 MARILOU SADLER COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites Staff 1111 MARY RO SE SANDULLO COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 110-111 Squad Leader 1111 ALEX SANSONE COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 110-111 Squad Leader 1101 LILLIAN SAROS COMMERCIAL Chorus 1101 ANITA SCHWARTZ COMMERCIAL "My Cousin From Texas" H. s. 1105 G. A. C. 1111 G, W. J. ANGELINE ROSE SCALZO COMMERCIAL Rifle Club 1101 DOROTHY ANNE SCHNEITZINGER COMMERCIAL Girl Reserves 1101 A Cappella Choir 1121 MARTIN L. SCHWARTZ GENERAL Pre Session Squad 1121 CLARA AMELIA SCRIVEN COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 1121 Chorus 1121 Orchestra 110-111 ALDO SERVEDIO TECHNICAL Hall Patrol 1101 CARL F. SEWALD GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Class Day Committee 1121 M. WINIFRED SHAFFER ACADEMIC Debate Club 110-111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Squad Leader 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite 110-111 "My Cousin From Texas" G. H. S. 1101 Rifle Club 110-111 Student Council 1121 Swing Lobby Committee 111-121 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 CHARLES THOMAS SHAVV GENERAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-1.21 Boys' Octette 1121 Dofobs 1101 Squad Leaders 1121 Home Roo-m Representative 1101 Rifle Club 1101 Victory Captain 1101 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 W RALPH SHINER PATRICIA SMITH ACADEMIC Class Basketball 1121 Class Treasurer 110-111 Debate Club 1111 Hi Y 111-121 Home Room Represenative 1101 Rifle Club 1101 Victory Captain 1101 "Come Rain or Shine" 1121 Football Usher 1121 Hall Patrol 1101 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 PATRICIA ANN SHIRA COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Class President 1101 G. A. C. 110-111 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Student Council Secretary 1111 Victory Captain 1101 Student Secretary 1111 HARRY R. SHOWALTER GENERAL Hall Patrol 1101 Football 110-111 Class Basketball 111-121 Squad Leader 111-121 Student Guard 111-121 ANN SKUBA COMMERCIAL JUNE MARIE SKUBA COMMERCIAL PERRY SKUNDOR GENERAL In Service ELEANOR ELIZABETH SMITH COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 1111 HAROLD L. SMITH VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL GENERAL Class Officer Secretary 110-111 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 1101 Home Room Representative 1101 Usher 1121 Victory Captain 1101 ROBERT L. SMITH VOCATIONAL TRADE SCHOOL SHIRLE SMITH GENERAL VERONICA R. SOJACK COMMERCIAL Girls' Chorus 1101 DOROTHY ANNE SOKEVITZ HOME' ECONOMICS A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Girls' Chorus 1101 Victory Captain 1111 Usher 1121 ROBERT E. SOWASH GENERAL Rifle Club 1101 Hall Patrol 1101 Debate Club 1111 Victory Captain 1121 PHILOMENA SPARANO ACADEMIC Camera Club 110-111 Secretary 110-111 German Club 1121 Home Room Representative 1111 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Vice President 1121 President 1121 Perfect Attendance 1121 Class Historian 1121 MILDRED LOUISE STEVENSON COMMERCIAL Home Room Represenative 1111 Victory Captain 1121 HARRY H. SMITH GENERAL LAVIDA M. STURGIS GENERAL Girls' Chorus 110-11-121 GLORIA STRITZINGER COMMERCIAL Business Proficiency Club 1121 Vice President 1121 Dofobs 1111 Home Room Representative 1121 Office Squad 1121 Rifle Club 1101 Shorthand Award 100 1121 Student Council 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 CORNELIUS SUCIU vocAT1oNAL TRADE sCHooL Rifle Club 1101 WILLIAM SULLIVAN COMM ERCIA L In Service MARGARET E. SWANSON HOME ECONOMICS FLORENCE JANE TANNEY GENERAL Chorus 1101 German Club 111-121 TREVOR TAYLOR COMMERCIAL Band 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Rifle Club 1101 Track 1111 LAURA TEMPESTA COMMERCIAL HELEN THOMAS ACADEMIC Girl Reserves 111-121 Orchestra 1111 Perfect Attendance 1121 AGNES R. THOMPSON ACADEMIC Girl Reserves 1121 Girls' Chorus 110-111 NO RMA MARCELLA VALIS COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 1121 Shorthand Award 1121 BERTHA MARY VALLELY COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 1121 Business Efficiency 1121 Shorthand Award 100 1121 Office Squad 1121 ALBERT VERZILLI VOCATIONAL TRADE scHo0L LILLIE MAE VESSELLA COMMERCIAL PETER VIGNONE GENERAL Hall Patrol 110-111 ' Class Basketball 111-121 NANCY E. VITALE COMMERCIAL G. A. C. 1101 Squad Leader 1101 Victory Captain 1101 ROBERT LI. WADLINGER TECHNICAL DORIS JEAN WAGNER COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 111-121 THERESA FLORENCE WAJERT ACADEMIC German Club 111-121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 MARY LOUISE WARD E .ACADEMIC Dofobs 110-111 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 1101 Squad Leader 1101 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Rifle Club 110-111 Swing Lobby Committee 1121 Class Day Committee 1121 STEPHEN EUGENE WASILEWSKI COMMERCIAL Basketball 1Varsity1 110-11-121 Hall Patrol 110-111 Track 1101 Home Room Represenative 1111 Victory Captain 111-121 LILLIAN WARSO COMMERCIAL SHIRLEY BLANCHE WEBBER ACADEMIC Debate Club 1101 G. A. C. 1101 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Squad Leader 110-111 Home Room Represenative 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Class Will 1121 BETTY JEAN WHITE GENERAL G. A. C. 1101 Girl Reserves 110-111 PEGGY WILKISON COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Debate Club 1111 Girl Reserves 110-111 Home Room Represenative 110-11-121 Swing Lobby Commttee 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite 1111 Class Day Committee 1121 INA WILSON ' ACADEMIC MARY RUTH WILSON GENERAL Girls' Chorus 1111 JEANE F. WINSLOW COMMERCIAL Usher 1121 JENNIE MAE WISE COMMERCIAL Home Room Represenative 1101 Rifle Club 1101 JANE DOLORES YAKOWICZ COMMERCIAL Business Efficiency Club 1121 GRACE M. WOLFORD COMMERCIAL FLORENCE MARIE YERKOVICH COMMERCIAL Perfect Attendance 11 0-1 1-121 JUNE M. YOUNG COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir 111--121 Band 111-121 Business Proficiency Club 1121 Chorus 1101 G. A. C. 1101 Girl Reserves 1101 Perfecet Attendance 1101 Squad .Leader 1101 HILDA F. ZAKEL ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Debate Club 1111 Dofobs 1101 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Lite 1111 Perfect Attendance 1111 AGNES ZAPPIA GENERAL Service Squad 111-121 JEAN ANN ZARILLA ' COMMERCIAL Home Room Represenative 110-111 Business Efficiency Secretary-Treasurer 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Ne Ca Hi Staff 1121 ALICE H. ZARLENGA COMMERCIAL , Business Proficiency Club 1121 Office Squad 1121 VICTOR FRANK ZOMBECK GENERAL German Club 111-121 Class Basketball 111-121 3 1 THE CLASS DAY COMMITTEES CHAIRMAN-Rob Capitola. OFFICERS-M. C. Eugene Baer-Knocker, Herbert Mullen-Will, Shirley Webber-Prophecy, Gale Measel-History, Philomena Sparano. TALENT COMMITTEE-Peggy Wilkison, Chairman: Gloria Stritzinger, Ralph Shiner, Jane Kerr, Steve Polley, John Patterson, Winnie Shaf- fer, Oleta Kirk, Jack Fisher. STAGE COMMITTEE-Ed Murphy, Chairman, Marilyn Reeves, James Demos, Jim McClintock, Harold Pears, Eleanor Rozak, Mary Louise Ward, Jim Oesterling, Nancy Lehman, Carol Irwin, Aggie O'Connor. ART STAFF-George Anderson, Sondra Hamilton, Gertrude Mikus, Joanne Rapson. BAND-Louis Cassella, Leader, Bill Black, Dick Montgomery, Carl Sewald, Jerry Bonner. If A fznfx M Oh sayo w 'Che' ddlww. Q3 aff" JOB THE STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council, in cooperation with the faculty, is the governing body of the school. The members are elected from their respective classes. There are eight seniors, six juniors, and two sophomores. The main pro- ject this semester is to get the Home Room Representatives and Student Council working together on school problems. A merit system has been discussed and plans are being made to get the project underway by the first of next semester. The officers of Student Council are as follows: President, Tony Dominicis Secretary, Gloria Stritzinger Vice President, Bob James Treasurer, Earl Hawk Assistant Secretary, Mary Butz Supervisor, Miss Weinschenk MEMBERS SENIOR A-Gloria Stritzinger, Winnie Shaffer, Dick Montgomery, Bob James. SENIOR B-James Canan, Mary Butz, Peggy Lamoree, Earl Hawk. JUNIOR A-Bill McAnallen, Nancy Sadler, Charles Freese, Wayne Yoho. JUNIOR B-Bill Book, Edith Dufford, Gene Stickle. SOPHOMORE A-Janis Martin, Bob Mitchell. THE SENIOR HI-Y The Senior "Hi-Y" has continued to be one of the most active organ- izations connected with Ne-Ca-Hi. Promoting good fellowship is the chief aim of the club. Through interesting meetings, speakers, and athletics, the club has fulfilled this aim. PURPOSE 1-To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character 'throughout the school and community. President ...... ....... H AROLD PEARS Vice President ...... ........ H OWARD McCRACKEN Secretary .... ...... R OBERT LUIKART Treasurer ........ ........ E DWARD MURPHY 1- l , f' " ' ig - 'LN l I X X, xg w I W " 3 ,. - in ,,- :ill '11 Q I. l f-'gt' " I .a ' ,, '- 1" .M 'Z' X -f ua I THE VGIRL RESERVES PURPOSE :-"To find and give the best." SLOGAN:-"To face life squarely." The Ne-Ca-Hi Girl Reserves is one of the outstanding clubs in the school. The club, as a part of the Y. W. C. A., has a three sided program, educational, spiritual, and social. During the semester a number of educa- tional programs were presented, along with several enjoyable events, the highlight of which was our Mother's Day Tea. Under the very capable supervision of Miss Janet Brenneman, the Girl Reserves will continue to be "tops" in school activities. President ............ .... S ONDRA HAMILTON Vice President ...... Secretary ........................... Corresponding Treasurer .... .... . ...... MARGIE HORNER , ......... MARGIE LOGAN Secretary ............ JEANNE CULLIFORD ,...WINIFR.ED SHAFFER ,til ' D 7 ff K 'W 11 lwxtx Consul Prima ...... ....... P hilomena Sparano ' ' la Consul Secundus ....... .......... J ames Davelli Q .7-zeexl Scriba ................... ........... A nn Green I Quaestor ......... ........ W illiam Nelson Cantrix .............. .......... L ouise Jimm Eboripulsator ....... ........................... ..... W i lliam Nelson CAESAR AWARDS-JAN. 1945 CICERO AWARDS-1945 Summa Cum Laude ........ Barbara Bergland Summa Cum Laude ................ Donald Boak Magna Cum Laude ............ Marjorie Sciullo Magna Cum Laude ............ Delbert Porter Cum Laude .... Ruth Edlestein, Ann Cooper, ' and Mary Eagleson. Cum Laude .............................. Bill Wallace VERGIL AWARDS-JAN. 1945 VERGIL AWARDS-JUNE 1945 l Summa Cum Laude ...... Dolores D1Lorenzo Summa Cum Laude .... Philomena Sparano Magna Cum Laude ................ Anna Flyak Magna Cum Laude ..........., Theresa Wajert Cum Laude ................... ...... W illiam Lortz MEMBERSHIP Barbara Bergland, I James Davelli, I Mary Lach, I Marjorie Sciullo, I Donald Boak, Cons. Robert Doone, I Ruth Ann Lamphier, I Jacqueline Sines, I Edna Buckley, Cons. Mary Eagleson, I Bill Nelson, I Rose Samiac, I James Canan, I Ruth Edlestein, I Agnes O'Connor, Soc. Philomena Sparano, I Linda Cheers, I Shirley Fox, I Jim Oesterling, Cons- Catherine Tommelleo, I Ann Cooper, I Jenny Gierlach, Cons. Ray Owoc, Cons. Theresa Wajert, I Lawrence Cresce, I Ann Green, Cons. Delbert Porter, I William Wallace, I Donna Dagnon. Cons. Gloria Hunt, I Marilyn Reeves, Soc. Shirley Webber, I Joseph DiLullo, I Louise Jimm, I Arthur Samuels, Cons. Dick Whittaker. I I-Caesar, II-Cicerog Cons., "Conscripti"-Members elected into the club from the Cicero Class on the recommendation of the Latin Depart- meng Soc., "Socii"-Associate Members. THE GERMAN CLUB MOTTO Kenntnis ist Kraft Knowledge is Power The German Club is an integral part of the Department of German. The purpose of the organization is to supplement and enrich the work of the class IOOIU. During the past year the programs have been centered around the study of "Civil and Military German". This theme was also used in the radio broadcast pre- sentation. The club is justly proud of its members in the Armed Forces who are finding their study a means of practical and promotional opportunities- The pursuance of club activities offers a wide range of possibilties. OFFICERS President ............. .................................., W illiam Nelson Vice-President ........ ........... T ed Castele Secretary ............. ....... J ames Davblli Treasurer .......... ........................... ....... E r win Alpern COMMITTEES PROGRAM-James Canan, Chairmang John Ford, John Parker, Robert Post, Robert Reed. MUSIC-Sophia Niarchas, Chairmang James Carson. SOCIAL-Lorraine Lombardi, Chairmang Philomena Sparano, Loretta Morganti, Mary Lou Mack, Loretta McChesney. SERVICE-Lynn Betts, Chairmang Darwin Slovon, Vic Zombeck. Lynn Betts James Canan James Davelli John Ford Lorraine Lombardi William Nelson Sophia Niarchas John Parker Darwin Slovon Philomena Sparano Vic Zombeck Gary Brehm Mario De Cerbo Loretta Morganti Herbert Mullen Anthony Palombi Eleanor Reynolds Peggy Strawbridge MEMBERS Florence Tanney Theresa Wajert Erwin Alpern Ronald Altobelli Walter Braham John Brindle James Carson Ted Castele Joseph DiLullo Robert Post Robert Reed James Doerr Ronald Grimm Paul Harcar Robert Doone Virginia Fassinger Justus Gilfillan Donna Gormley Frances Kociela Don Kotchisch John Hill Loretta McChesney Clifford Hoch Mary Lou Mack William Nickum Agnes Pfeifrunk Fred Oddi THE VICTORY CAPTAINS We want to give credit where credit is due, So We must feature our Victory crew. They sell us stamps in each homeroom, And thus hasten the Japs to their doom. To their chief, Mr. Lehto, we make a bow, His helpers and he have work enow. Let us present our captains true, As they are pictured here for you. VICTORY STAMP EXECUTIVES-Ray Owoc, Robert George, Frank Zaccarilli. SENIOR A-Eileen Murphy, Philip Carlo, George Bevan, Gale Measel, Harold Smith, Kitty O'Toole, Ray Owoc, Margie Horner, Paul Duda, Betty McNeil, Bob Sowash, Virginia Bunduri, Bill Black, Jeanne Culliford, Jack Fisher, Mary Ann Biasucci, Cora Murphy, James Oesterling, Marilyn Reeves, Peggy Baatz, Eddie John. SENIOR B-James Davelli, Norma Fazzone, Mary Christos, Sidney Hirsh, Joe Lutz, Dorothy McFeaters, Ted Castele, Marilyn Woodard, Delbert H. Porter, Florence Quint, Dona Moraldi, Jo DeMarcos. JUNIOR A-Alfred Koszela, Ralph Delio, Jacqueline Sines, Dick Whittaker, Donna I Jean Murphy, George W. Morrow, Burr Rogers, Eleanor Salzano, Maxine Book, Gary Brehm, Jane Czaczvoski, Marshall Curran, James Snow, Barbara Johnson, Helen Graham, Gilbert Gary, Mary Lou Mack, Paul Lombardo, Ronald Altobelli, Camilia Augostini, Anthony Palombi, Donna Mae Rasey, Charles Geldbaugh, Dorothy Fehl. JUNIOR B-Pat Clark, Ed Burr, Ruth Edelstein, Mark Foley, Helen Pakovitch, Ann Orlando, Lillian Smock, Simon Blau, Shirley Shields, Richard Rhodes, Bethy Horner, Toni Domiano, Betty Lutz, Raymond Stoll. SOPHOMORE A-Frank Harvan, Marie Olson, Robert Mitchell, Connie Miller, Harold Farris, Janet Everett, Ann Shewman, Ellen Lynch, Phil Richards, Anne Terranova, Dixie Smith, Joan Alexander, Eugene Angelo, Carol Haltnorth, Justus Giliillan, James Appugeliese, Mathew Messey, Charlen Vogan, William Stoner, John Coles. THE SERVICE SQUADS Are you late? Do you feel weak and tired and run down? Are you up-to-date on coming events? See the pre-session, health room, or bulletin board squads. These and several other service squads perform duties to keep the school functioning prop- erly. The June class of 1945 wishes to thank the members of these organizations for performing their duties so well. PRE-SESSION SQUAD-Jack Fisher, Vernon Uber, Frank Zaccarelli, Gary Brehm, Ted Castele, John Parker, Arthur Samuels, Martin Schwartz, Carl White, Glenn Caruthers, Charles Truby, Lewis Allen, Dick Bender, Paul Flamino, Clifford Hock, Mike Scungio. BULLETIN BOARD-Joanne Rapson, Betty McClure, Juanita Fleeger. STAGE AND EQUIPMENT-Captain, John Ford, Bill McAna1len, Buddy Bush. HEALTH ROOM-Arlene Andy, Lila Durgan, Thelma Kendall, Florence Turner, Joan Cox, Linda Cheers, Ann Palumbo, Nancy Klee, Mary Waller, Janet Everett, Valentine Kolunie, Marcia Bollard, Betty McGuire, Mary Helbley, Ann La Vec- chia, Clare Wadlinger, Tresa Audino, Nancy DeLorenzo, Ann Green, Donna Mae Rasey. ASSEMBLY SQUAD I-Dick Whittaker, Captain, Bill Withers, Dave Hamilton, Bob Zarrilla, Homer Winter, Bob Reed, Homer Matthews, Jim Simpson, Bob Swisher, Walter Sumansky, Donald Summerville, Pearson Furst, Ralph Stokes, Bun Rogers. ATTENDANCE SQUAD-James Glitch, Howard Ashton, George Sokelson, Lew Wal- lace, Bob McGowan, Dave Hamilton, Joe Sacco, Harvey Bush, Charles Ramsey. OFFICE SQUAD-A Period-Mark Foley, Joe Love, First Period-Harvey Bush, Charles Ramseyg Second Period-Bruce Gibson, Third Period-James Tindall, Fourth Period-Billy Showalter, Fifth Period-James Gillespie, Tom Weideg Sixth Period-Ronald Nordg Seventh Period-Dick Dangle, John Brindleg Eighth Period4Jack McKibben, Ed McQuiston, Ninth Period-George Morrow. STUDENT SECRETARIES-Alice Zarlinga, Ida Fire, Stella Capperino, Barbara Johnson, Shirley Coryea, Joan McCarthy, Vivian Smith, Marilou McCracken, Gloria Stritzinger, Bertha Vallely. THE SWING LOBBY On warm evcnlngs passers through our fair city notice with surprise that its streets ar: practically free of teen-age pedestrians. Turn around, stranger, and travel toward the City Hall. Do you hear notes of dance music drifting down from the third floor? Ah! you say upon investigating, a youth rendezvous with its petite booths and "classy" cloak-room, modern "snack bar," and cleverly furnished lounge. We have come a long way due to the unending' efforts of Lieutenant Suber and we are duly appreciative. Our chaperon, a little lady loved by all, is Mrs. Minnie Dean. Our committee consisting of members of the student body completes the list. Chairman ........ ........... N ANCY KLEE Secretary .....,.. PEGGY WILKISON Mary Louise Ward Larry Pitzer Paul Wiems Lynn Betts Donna Shelto Bill Lee John Parker Jenny Wise Gary Brehm Winnie Shaffer Bill Wallace Joan Dart Peggy Wilkison Jim Gillespie Rick Ferver Bill McAnallen Vernon Uber Eleanor Reynolds Joe Thornburg Russel Lewis Nancy Klee Charles Geldbaugh John Ford Kitty O'Toole THE DOFOBS Senior High School is much indebted to the Dofobs, as the library as- sistants are called. The name is 'made up of the first letters of the words in the phrase, "Darned old fools over books." While this staff likes books, it is as workers that they render service to the school. Under supervision of Miss Westlake and Miss Sines they take care of nearly all the routine work of the library, such as receiving and carding books, charging them out, making out reserves and overdue notices, and a thousand and one other duties- They do this without re- ceiving official credit. The officers for the second semester of 1944-45 are as follows: President ................. ......... W illiam Chalmers Vice President ....... ....... M ary Lou Brunton Secretary .......,..... ........ B arbara Bergland Treasurer .............................................. ........ J acqueline Sines Members of the Dofobs at present are: Lois Beard Barbara Bergland Margreta Bergman Betty Blewitt William Book Mary Lou Brunton Mary Butz William Chalmers Francine Cohen Carl Cotton Virginia Cowher Marjorie Crawford James Demos Ruth Edelstein Helen Gibbons Robert Goad Hazel Guy Carol Haltnorth Sondra Hamilton William Hanna Margie Horner Louise Jimm Nancy Klee Mary Lach Bette McNeil Patty Mack Ruth McQuiston Raymond Melcer Connie Miller Loretta Morganti Chris Papazickos John S. Parker June Rodgers Shirley Shields Jackie Sines Lorraine Theobald Barbara Usselton June Thompson Olive Weakley Jean Wilson THE ORDER OF BUSINESS EFFICIENCY The Order of Business Efficiency is the commercial club of Ne-Ca-Hi and is affiliated with the national organization of that name. Members of the club are those senior commercial students who have been honor stu- dents in their sophomore and junior years and have received favorable recommendations from three of their teachers. Members of the club are available for various types of office work, and work on projects which will further develop their skills. They strive to learn and develop the desirable social traits necessary for success. Officers: President ............,.. .......... ..... R i ta Felice Vice President ........ ....... G loria Stritzinger Secretary-Treasurer .................... ........... J ean Zarilla Assistant Secretary-Treasurer ........ ........ N ancy Lehman . .... .... , ....,--, ...- , - -a "ai99yi-t5:gs.wat"' J J' THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR In spite of the war, A Cappella Choir is still functioning, and its members are just as loyal, just as hard Working, and have just as good voices as ever-and good times, too. It has won acclaim many times this past year. Alumni of the Choir are scattered all over the worldg they are flying battle planes, sailing ships, firing guns, rockets and hand grenadesg nurses are caring for woundedg WACS and WAVES are doing military jobs that will release a man to fightg and many are working in war jobs, or keeping a home and family while a loved one is away fighting. But wherever they are, we know that in their moments of relaxation their thoughts revert to the days when preparation for an A Cappella Choir concert was upper- most in their minds, and to memories of the songs they sang and the friends they loved in A Cappella Choir. It is the hope of present members that the tradition of A Cappella Choir will remain unbroken forever. THE BAND TWIRLERS-Eleanor Thomas, Donna Smith, Delores Colaluca, Vilma Ber- nard. BACK ROW-Don Pitzer, Jack Hill, Frank Baranski. SEVENTH ROW-Tom Klingensmith, Eddie John, Albert Taylor, Trevor Taylor. SIXTH ROW-James Hamilton, James Cox, Fred Stimple, Jack Rose, Berwick Goff, Morley Sweet, Angela Julian. FIFTH ROW-Kathryn Edgington, Charles Barletto, John Rispoli, Shirley Wehman, Tom Weide, Jeanne Collins, Anthony DeFelice, Nick Pis- catella, John McKibben. FOURTH ROW-Marie Ryder, Roland Nord, Warren Williams, Gene Stickle, William Black, Wilford Stull, Fred Duff, Raymond Dam- broski, Mary Eagleson, Eileen Evans. THIRD ROW--Lena Russo, Carolyn Cox, Raymond Stoll, Paul Gilboy, Jerry Bonner, Robert Mitchel, Homer Matthews, Jeane Replogle, Ludwig Lombardi, Joseph Dolan, Edward Burr. SECOND ROW-Harriet Brinton, Gabriel Conti, Carl Sewald, Peggy Baatz, Marita Baatz, William Nickum, James Glitch, Glenn Caruthers, Leonard Ramey, Augustine Romeo, Richard Montgomery. FIRST ROW-Joe F- Replogle, Dolores Ottaviano, Blanche DiCola, Irene Russo, Doris Cole, Lewis Wallace, Leonard Matarazzo, Carl Leone, Bruce Gibson, Jack Sullivan, William Merriman, Mary Gibbons, June Young CDrum Majorettej. THE ORCHESTRA STANDING-Joe F. Replogle, Mary Gibbons, Arlene Conway, Marita Baatz, Bill Nelson, Marie Catone, Edna Alexander, George Holliday. FOURTH CIRCLE-Robert Pilch, Raymond Dambroski, Lawrence Son- tag, James Wright, Helen Hays, Gary Brehm. THIRD CIRCLE-Dorothy Caldwell, Martha Curry, Margaret Black, Carol Haltnorth, Uarda Cramer, George Wagner, Jeane Replogle, Eddie John, Albert Taylor, Louis Cassella, Jack Rose, Paul Decker, Kathryn Edgington. SECOND CIRCLE-Robert Pandice, Sylvia Moresky, Jerry Bonner, Ray- mond Stoll, Berwick Goff, Carmen Lombardo, Warren Williams, Pa- tricia Smith, Beverly Trimble. INNER CIRCLE-Eleanor Lutton, Blanche DiCola, Connie Branstetter, Vilma Bernard, Doris Daugherty. fps X-Kffe 3 5' WNXX, ur- -124 -, q xx N N- m xx- gy 2 - 'N X v . Nw 1,1- Q N no Na' T "Y 'Ffa ' Nl xy ex 'X 7 jf til si' Ng! -.. 1 L' 1 I r qi ll . a t "COME RAIN OR SHlNE" This year's Senior play was a hilarious comedy about a very lovable family by the name of Grayson whose plans for a peaceful summer vacation, at their cottage, run riot-resulting in a bedlam. Mr. Grayson, the turbulent, harried father, has been waiting for years for his eccentric old employer, Mrs. Julia March, to fulfill her promise of turning over her newspaper to him. Mrs. Grayson is a calm, unruffled Woman who thoroughly dis- approves of the way her husband allows himself to be dominated by Julia March. Jac, the nineteen year old daughter, falls in love with Dan Lyons, a handsome theatre director Whom Julia has hired to start a summer theatre to further the selfish ambi- tions of her beautiful but spoiled granddaughter, Rosemary. Rosemary comes to spend the summer with the Graysons fand incidentally causes a great deal of troublej. She also is in love with Dan Lyons, and does her best to thwart Jac's every move. Glenn Grayson gets a violent crush on the vivacious Rosemary, to no avail, and through all this bedlam, Mrs. Sparks fa gossiping neighborj trips in and out-carrying little tidbits of news to everyone-although it seems impossible, everything finally comes out alright at the end, and the curtain falls on a very successful Senior A pro- duction. THE CAST Jac .......................... ................................ G LORIA LAUGHLIN Rosemary March ...... ........ M ARILYN REEVES Mrs. Grayson ........ ....... F RANCINE COHEN Julia March ........ .................... J OAN COX Agnes Holden ........ .............. N ANCY LEHMAN Irene Holden ...... ....... J OSEPHINE MAZZEI Mrs. Sparks ........ ........ W INNIE SHAFFER Helen ............. ............. O LETA KIRK Ella Stone ........ ...MARION FURLONG Anne Barry ........ ....... E ILEEN MURPHY Dan Lyons ....... ...... B ILL ANDREWS Mr- Grayson ........ ........ E UGENE BAER Fred Murrow ......... ............. J ACK FISHER Glenn Grayson ...... ........ C HARLES SHAW Dick Clements ....... ......RALPH SHINER N "YOUTH TAKES OVER" BI BETTY SMITH AND ROBERT FINCH On the evening of May 4th, the school play, "Youth Takes Over," was staged by the thespians of the Dramatic Class, under the capable direction of Miss Clara M. Hartsuff. Since this was the only school play of the year, every effort was bent to make it the success of the year. The setting for the play was laid in an average principal's office which proves to be quite a hilarious spot! When the show opened we found Pop, the janitor, going about his job of "setting the school to rolling", however, he was soon interrupted by the new principal, Dr. Pierson. From this point on, the action of this comedy moved very fast with Albert Williams getting himself and everybody else into trouble. Swinburne Jones did his best to reform Albert but in doing so also got himself into trouble. Snooky Phipps, Albert's girl friend, added a bit of amusement to this already mixed up affair. Mrs. Rathbone, a rigid reformer, and leader of the "Young Citizens," found herself quite embarrassed and ashamed when she discovered her pictures spread all over the news- papers, exposing her gambling at the carnival sponsored by HER young citizens. The proceeds of the carnival mysteriously disappear as a result of carelessness but reappear just as mysteriously. As a result, the "Young Citizens" received money. books, -members, and a most efficient president, Albert Willianis. Thus the curtain fell on another excellent performance at Ne-Ca-Hi. CAST FOR "YOUTH TAKES OVER" Miss Gunther ........ Miss Stickney ........ Mrs. Rathbone ...... Mrs. Jones .......... Ethel ................... Snooky Phipps ...... Ditsie Brice ........ Mrs. Thurston ....... Peggy Brown ........ Betty Brown ......... Gloria ........................... Barbara .......................... Girl in Pink Sweater .... Girl in Blue Sweater ..... ..........ALYS McGRATH ..........MARILYN REEVES COX .......KATYBELLE SHERMAN ..............BETTY BLEWITT KIRK ......MARY LOU BRUNTON .................SYLVIA EPSTEIN ........DONNA JEAN DAGNON .......JOSEPHINE MAZZEI BUTZ ..............PEGGY LAMOREE ........MARJORIE CRAWFORD ............BARBARA HARCAR Girl in Green Sweater ....... ................. J ACKIE KRADEL Girl in Yellow Sweater ....... ...... M ARY SHUTTLEWORTH Pop ..................................... ....................... C ROY PITZER Dr. Pierson ....... .. Mr. Andrews ............. Swinburne Jones ......... Albert Williams ....... Gus Landers .......... Red Barry ....... Lenny Ellis ...... Henry ............... The Postman ......... .............RALPH SHINER FISHER ......WILLIAM McANALLEN .........DARWIN SLOVON ...........CHARLES SHAW .......JAMES McCLINTOCK CANAN .......WILLIAM WALLACE DUFF X Y ,M 1? if WLT li. vi ,. .Sei W . fi YZ THE CHEERLEADERS Pep, vim, vigor ...... Rah! Rah! Rah! .,.... Here are the cheerleaders ...... TE-AM, TE-AM ...... precision is the result of many practice periods ...... N. C. H. S ....... leaders of school spirit at athletic contests ...,.. they keep all cheering, even if the scores may not be in our favor ...... Yea Team, Yea Team ...... Rah, Rah! Rah! ...... indicators of school morale during games. CHEERLEADERS-fright to leftl Shirley Urban, Margery Maxwell, Betty Blewitt, James Redman, George Morrow, Russell Lewis. SUBSTITUTES-Betty Lutz, Carol Patterson, Phyllis Reid. THE FOOTBALL TEAM "In Victory or Defeat, New Castle High Forever"' is the inscription on a beautiful banner presented to the football team many years ago by The Boosters' Club of New Castle. The current football season finds the team, the student body, and most of the towns-people exemplifying the spirit of the above inscription. Losing all of the regulars from the 1943 squad and most of the experienced reserve players by gradua- tion and by induction into our Armed Forces, the present team was composed of very young and inexperienced players. As a result, our score for the season was two victories and eight defeats. In games actually won or lost, this is our poorest record for more than twenty years. We are too prone to rate a football team through the won and lost figures for the season. Attaining the respect of your schoolmates and the towns-people by your courage and "fight", playing the game cleanly, and coming out week after week with chins up and giving the best you have are some of the in- tangibles that rate greater value than a mere victory. In these qualities our 1944 Hurricane team is deserving of high praise. In their final game of the 1944 season, our team was born. They, unqualifiedly, were the Red Hurricanes of the great and glorious past. Playing their final game, as Seniors, were Eddie Jackson, Fred Wimer, and Don Lutz of the Jaunary class and Bill Andrews, Joe Kulnis, and Guy Elisco of the June class. Unless Uncle Sam takes too many of the boys remaining, our prospects for 1945 are much improved. "In Victory or Defeat, New Castle High Forever." James Abraham Thomas Allsopp William Andrews "Red" Angelo John Benigas "Skip" Betts Ira Brown Tony Clavelli Donald Dean Harold Ferris Richard Fehrenbach NE-CA-HI ROSTER Samuel Flora Pearson Furst James Garberry Bud Green Stan Grybowski Donald Gurgiola Frank Hannon Mustopha Hassen Arthur Hill Edwin Jackson Joseph Kulnis Don Lutz Edward McQuiston John Palko Anthony Panella John Parker Robert Post Robert Raub Robert Reed Phillip Richards MANAGERS Earl Hawk Ray Owoc Amelio Russo Charles Sallie William Shaw Walter Smith Peter Stack Herb Stewart William Stoner William Walls George Williams Fred Wimer Richard Wynn Ed Malinainski ' BASKETBALL AT NE-CA-HI The current basketball season was a very interesting one but con- sidered a disappoinnnent by the coaches and the members of the team. With several experienced boys returning from the preceding season, hopes were high fcr winning the sectional title. With the admission of Farrell and Sharon to the W. P. I. A. L., and with these two schools added to section III membership, an exceptionally close and interesting sectional race was anticipated. In winning five of the six preseason games our team looked very impressive, and hopes were high that we would be a competitor for the sectional title throughout the season. In section III competition, however, our team dropped eight of the fourteen games losing the first three in a row by breathtaking scores This practically nullified any hopes we may have had of winning the sectional title. Our final record reads as follows: Games won-123 Games lost -9. The loss of Fred Wimer and Edwin Jackson via January graduation, and the serious illness of Bill Fisher, which removed him from the line-up for the greater part of the season, left our team in a serious plight for the second round of competition in section III. Pete Stack, replacing Fred Wimer, Dick Whittaker, replacing Ed Jackson, and the diminutive Ray Owoc for Bill Fisher proved very capable replacements. Bill Walls and Frank Fomka proved capable reserves. Bill Andrews and Ray Owoc also leave us in June. Both Bill and Fred Wimer rank with the best players ever to represent Ne-Ca-Hi. To the boys who are leaving us this year, we extend congratulations and best wishes for the years to come. NE-CA-HI TRACK TEAM 1945 The 1945 track team is, as this is being written, largely a matter of speculation. However, a few things may be said about the squad that in- dicates better than average in the running events and dismal prospects in the field events. Only in the broad jump, do we seem tu have first class material- These deductions are based upon the Inter-Class Track Meet and an abbreviated dual meet with East Palestine. In the Inter-Class setto, the Junior A team won an overwhelming victory. Scoring almost 100 points, they dominated the meet in practically all of the events. Due to inclement weather, only the running events were staged in the East Palestine dual meet. Our boys scored a decisive win by the respectable margin of 19 points, the final tally being 44 to 25. Due to a pulled tendon, Robert Post was unable to compete in this event and James Garberry was pressed into service to pull a surprising performance. In fact he led the entire distance to be just edged out by Panella in the last two yards. The 880 yards relay, one of the prettiest events in track, was a walk- away for the boys of NE-CA-HI . Post carried the baton to the starting tape and the other laps were taken over by Flora, Stoner and Panella to win going away. With Garberry added to these four boys we should press the best in the district in this event. In the broad jump, three boys did better than 20 feet which is good jumping in any high school league. Bob Post took the event with 20 ft. 9 and 34 inches to lack just 34 of an inch of tieing the NE-CA-HI record in this event, set by Bill Walls last spring. Walls was unable to compete due to a bad knee, which was injured in football last fall and re-injured again his first week out for track this spring. GYM CLASS SQUAD LEADERS The gym classes are composed entirely of upper-classmen under the supervision of Mr. McLure, who has won the respect and friendship of all the boys. With this group the order of the day is all-round physical fitness. Most of the present class work is based upon preparation for eventual service with the armed forces. The emphasis is on condition closely flanked by muscular coordination and control. The squad leaders pictured have been chosen by popular vote of the squads. Creditable leadership has been accomplished by them, due to the careful instruction of Mr. McLure. Joe Vignone George Anderson Bill Black Bob Capitola Ralph Green Albert Fiacco Carl Sewald John Ross Harold Pears Stephen Polley Mario DeCerbo ,Q 1 :h i I gllllil Joe Kulnis Trevor Taylor Dick Montgomery Tom Klingensmith Bill Morrison Ray Borowski Alex Sansone Dan Guido Pete Kwolek Dick Beynon I QQ ll gzsiii T E STUDENT GUARD During the past football and basketball season this group of boys did a splendid job by seeing that only Senior High School students sat in our section. At the present time they are assisting in lunchroom manage- ment and encouraging students to be good citizens. The members of the student guard are: Ralph Peluso, Captain Robert Capitola, lst Lieutenant Paul Carey, 2nd Lieutenant Bob James Sydney Hirsh Paul Harcar Ralph Shiner Ed Murphy Bob Hoyland Joe Gabriel Herby Mullen, lst Sergeant Paul Lombardo, 2nd Sergeant Pat Prisel, 3rd Sergeant Bill Showalter Glade McCullough Homer Matthews Tony Frasso Lynn Betts Gary Brehm VOCATIONAL SHOPS This group represents some of those seniors who have taken an interest in the vocational school courses. These thirteen young men have prepared themselves for important places in the industrial world. Several of the original members of this group are not shown in this picture since they have already entered the armed forces. ELECTRIC sHoP Harold Buckel, Guy lllisco, Charles Lepply, Walker Martin, Harold Smith. AUTO SHOP Dale Cover, Glenn Tloyd, Bennie Gianni, David Guy, Louis Reda. MACHINE SHOP Fred Ciotti, Edward Owens, Albert Verzilli. IN SERVICE Tony DeAngelo, U. S. A. A. C. William Emery, U. S. A. Mario DelSignore, U. S. N. Sam Kelley, U. S. N. John DiAlesandro, U. S. N. SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Ready for a picture One happy family The Technicians You're in the Army now! Carefree Lots of help Our hunter Lonely? Posing "Skeeter" Happy days! Shock Shop Our electrician Brotherly love R Q w 1 W 1 J MACHINE SHOP GROUP B These seventeen young men are a part of that group which has received special training in machine shop work. As in the past years, the ability and training 'which these boys possess and have received will be in great demand. They will assume their places with credit to thzmselves and the school in civilian life or the armed forces- MEMBERS James Ambrose, George Bevan, Joe Borkesz, Ben Boron, Pete Burrelli, Felix Cardella, Manuel Cornrich, Anthony DeSimone, Marshall Hogue, John Katakis, Gale Measel, Fred Miscimarra, William Monks, William Pelini, Fred Rote, Robert Smith, Cornel Suciu. SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Mixed Pickles The lone wolf The Humming Bird The big four Japs, beware! The Old Gang "Bummy" Measel iTOh, Yeah!" "King Cards" Crime, Inc. Wayne "Bugs" What! The Hemphill "Over Thar" Bevan No girls? Trio Work Horse! "Hoguee" Strong Man Fred Rlote "Monks" A il? I iff CLASS POEMS The Winds of Time fFirst Placel Like as to a gentle wind that whispers, Upon an autumn leaf, And lifts it up before it knows, That it is gone-1 Like as to a wintry wind, That swift as a torrential blast, Can spread a hillside high with snow, So sudden-so subtle-so fast- v , , Like as to the unruffled winds, That breathe across the desert, Rippling the tiny crumbs of sandy From dune to dune-- So the sharpened scythe of time, Seen and yet unseen by us, Sweeps across the ripening fields- Cutting off the grain of our years. -Oleta Kirk The Land I Love CSecond Placej O Land of mine! O native land! Where'er I go on either hand, There lies a something far and near, That to me makes my country dear. A mountain here, a tower of strength, There a desert, hot sands in length, The cotton field, wearing its white, And here a city bright with light. A western sky, placid and clear, A miner's town, so dark but dear, The fields of flowing corn so green, With forests dark and lakes between. O Land of mine! O native land! Where'er I go on either hand, From North to South, from East to West There lie the things that I love best. -Arlene Andy fx-'v f V' :tl , 1 H rt , VV? 7 f VQQ ' H- X h , f SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS This is the life !. What do you know- Our knocker I lost my gas stamp! Candid kid Secrets And then we grew up! What manpower Sweet Adeline shortage? l got .he blues You big bully, you Alleyoop! Pitchin' pennnies again? Looking for somebody? Slick chicks The cream of the crop Merchant Marine Fresh as a daisy Adolph Hitler admits sadly that it was two fronts that beat him. He says, "No matter which way I turned one of those fronts was always in the back. A patient who was asked to give his name, replied: "Joneseddie." "That's an unusual name," the nurse commented. "That's only my military name," confessed the soldier, "my real name is Eddie Jones." -Marine Corps Chevron. Intuition is what tells a woman she is right whether she is or not. -Daily Dope Sheet. "I heard about a man that lived on garlic alone." "He should live alone." GI's Girl Friend :-"I'll never go out with that ventriloquist againf' GI:-"Why, honey?" Girl Friend :-"Last night he sat me on his knee and you should have heard the things he made me say." -Ace Pursuiter. Life is just one fool thing after another. Love is just two fool things after each other. -The Skeeter. "What is your favorite book?" "It has always been my bank book, but even that is lacking in interest now." ii-"i1. .- Hitler's book "Mein Kampf" can now be found on the humor shelf in the library. SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS' Our dignified officers You can't have them! Nonchalant Upsy daisy Sweater girl Ride-em, cowboy! Classy lassie He's taken, girls Sophisticated type Mutt and Jeff .igg..g1 Not particular! King size Cutie pie Private affair Watch it, girls! Sam :-"The psychology lecturer said that a woman is braver than a man." Jim :-"What! Why a woman is afraid of a mouse." Sam :-"Yes, and a man is afraid of that same woman. -The Block Buster. Waiter :-"All we have left is burlesque sandwiches. Patron :--"What's a burlesque sandwich?" Waiter :--"It's a sandwich Without dressing." -Skyscrapers. Bertha Vallely:-"If I'm going to ride with you, you'll have to use both arms." s Francis Brest :-"Yea, but what will I drive with." Two privates stopped along the road and were queried about a dead animal there. lst:-"It has two stripes." 2nd:-"That settles it, its either a skunk or a corporal." Prayer of an advertising man's child :-"Give us this day our daily, golden krust, slo-baked, vitamin enriched bread." Mr. Margraf:-"What happens when a body is immersed in water?" Loretta Morganti:-"The telephone rings." ... ".. . an Dorothy Basher:-"See that blonde over there? She irks me." Paul Carey :-"Nice irk if you can get it." CLetter from boy at camp! :- Dear Dad: Let's hear from you more often even if it's only five or ten dollars. Bob Adams. SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Rogues' gallery Cute, huh! - A rose among thorns "I hate rationing." Caught in the act Vacation girl "Pm mad." Pin-up girl Art Class Hey girls, a man! Hold still, now! Arlene Andy:-"Do you like to read?" Betty Banks :--"Sure." A. A.:-"What do you like to read?" B. B. :-"Lil' Abner, Superman, Dick Tracy." A. A.:-"You like O. Henry?" B. B.:-"No, the nuts get in my teeth." Student Teacher:-"How do you feel when your next birthday arrives?" Cornel Suciu :--"Older" George Bevan was introducing the new deacon of the church to his grandfather who was slightly deaf. "Grandfather, this is the new deacon." "New dealer?" "No, new DEACON. He's a son of a bishop." Grandfather shook his head knowingly and said, "Yeah, they all are." It happened in New York's Lower East Side during la terrible bilz- zard. A peddler with a wagonload of potatoes was driving his horse through the deserted streets when suddenly he began to yell, "Heil Hitler!" As the indignant people rushed into the streets and saw the old peddler, they angrily demanded an explanation, "Well," said the old fellow, "If I yelled "potatoes" on a day like this, "Who would come out-" He:-"You are the sunshine of my life. Your glorious smile casts lustrous beams like those from a gorgeous full moon. The glances from your eyes are more soothing than the fragrant drops of gentle rain." She:-"Is this a proposal or a weather report?" When the editor of an Ohio county seat newspaper mailed Bill Jones a notice' that his subscription has expired, it came back with the scrawl:--"So's Bill." "We shall be glad," wrote the firm to the War Manpower Board, "If you can assist us in retaining this man a little longer. He is the only man left in the firm, and is carrying on with 15 girls." . . Y fr E 4E I! F u 1 W lk' ,Q F I 1! E Wi L3 r Q, W if' ' I if? I W P1 QF ,Q Li i, 13 ia vi ,, M if ,li YZF l? Q5 I li if fi ng E? 5 if 252 CH 5 i E31 .gs W .rf 1' SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Personality plus Sitting pretty 'iWe don't believe Who's that funny man? in signs." Milk? Not really! Pals Ah, forthe life of a dog! S0 nice to Our soldier boy Milk maid come Home sweet, home to home! Graceful group Seven, come eleven! Little tin soldier Sharp! -1.gg..k... "Don't be so downheartedf' said the Sergeant to the suffering young soldier leaning over the rail of a troop ship. "Nobody ever died of sea sickness." "Don't say that," moaned the sick man. "It's only the hope of dying that's kept me alive so far." Sweet young thing:-"My what a large skating rink!" Manager :-"Yeah, it has a seating capacity of 5,000." One morning a lone Irishman was at Work near the top of a tele- phone pole painting it a bright green when the pot of paint slipped and splashed on the sidewalk. A few minutes later another Irishman came along. He looked up at the paint, then at his countryrnan, and inquired with anxiety in his tone, "Doherty, Doherty, hov ye had a himarrag-" Mrs. McCune:-"It gives me great pleasure to give you 60 in Trigf' Rob Capitola :-"Why don't you give me 90 and have a good time." Who is that man with haughty mein, An ample chest and a peanut bean, A movement like a Ford machine? Why, bless you, that's our Coach. A Senior Walked along the railroad track. The train was coming fast. The train got off the railroad track And let the Senior pass. Request to Sophomores: Please do not make such a Wild rush for the door at the end of ninth period. You may trample someone, and besides the building won't collapse. SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS After twelve years- Late for Uoeds practice Ready for the Now listen big date here! Our advisor Unforgettable Which one Inseparable is Elmer? Watch out, boys Is he kidding? On parole Now, on my left- Ho-hum Cronies Neshannock Township Gang ...5g-g...1 A Sophomore tried to cross the track, Before the rushing train. They put the pieces in a sack, But they couldn't find his brain. --"--. ua Overheard in our Cafeteria: A wise cracking guy had just got a ham sandwich that contained no ham and handing it back to the girl said:- "Here, lady, shuffle them againg I got the joker." Miss Sewall:-"What's the difference between the style of the Deserted Village and Elegy Written in a Country Churchyardf' Ralph Shiner :-"The 'Elegy' has four lines to a verse and the other is written straight up and down." . "...-..- no Miss McClaren:-"Who was Venus?" Ray Borowski:-"She was the lady without the arms." A preacher dialed long distance in order to call a clergyman friend of his in a distant town. "Did you wish to place a station-to-station call?" asked the oper- ator. "No," came the answer, "parson-to-parson, please." --Q-.." . no Drill sergeant to rookie :-"Wipe that opinion off your face." Voice over tl1e"phone:-"Tommie won't be at school today." Teacher :-"Who is this speaking, please?" Voice:-"This is my father speaking." James Ambrose :-"Dad, we learnt at school today that the animals have a new fur every winter." Mr. Ambrose :-"Be quiet. Your mother is in the next room." 1 w Oh, happy days SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Alan Ladd type Happy Chappies Returning from Same as rum, yum! the hideout ever Aloha! How dry we are! Our hero All ready for bum's day l Swe-et as honey Ready for Sunday Way back Hawaii, here School when we come! What goes on here? What a group! School chums He men! ..-....g..g...i Joanne Rapson's little brother Was saying his prayers in a very small voice. "I can't hear you, dear," his mother said. "Wasn't talking to you," the small boy replied. Once upon a time there was a little school-girl who signed her arithmetic paper "Mae West"-because she knew she done 'em wrong. A request for "How to get to Heaven from here" turned out to be for "One Foot in Heaven." Auntie's in the coast guard Mary Ann's a Wac Poppa sits and wonders When they're coming back. -1....-i.."ii....- .- And then there is the fellow who joined the Navy before he found out who kept the ships so nice and clean. Lorraine Lee :--"Whisper something soft and sweet to me, darling." Alex Sansone :-"Chocolate pudding." "Who is that rnan over there snapping his fingers?" "That's a deaf mute with the hic-coughs." I never saw a pale blue cow I never hope to see one But from the milk we're getting now I know that there must be one. iq, ,Y if 5 J ,gn mx V' gi 'I 1 1 , X 2 254 f 5? l slr g ? 350 il fr. Q1 -nl, T il Q W :W l j' ' ' N s 135 i sid l Id: I wil? 12 E25 If w 'a 'wks fl' 1 ' 1 I .11 . ,N .' 3 W? WE: 3 Ap' I I ,vm N1 :peg fl Q EE 2 555' egg i 51? 51 32: ' iii 2,22 I lf? 1 1 Vi ' x J' ., if 5 7.7 I r-- I I lv: 2 ,hi A W.- , 2:9 i . V vi: H 5 ,f 2 393 5 ref ' STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! HEART-THROBS Yes, this is a real bride! A novelty with a graduating class. As for the others, your guess is as good as ours. "My heart, I fain would ask thee ' What then is Love? say on. 'Two souls with one thought only, Two hearts that beat as one'." l.-Q-gli "Good heavens, why don't you peel that banana bzfore you eat it?" "What for-I know what's inside." Eileen Murphy :-"Why did you join the army- Bill Sullivan :-"First I wanted to fight, second, I knew it would build me up physically, third they came and got me." . .--"1i.- cg Little girl visiting Zoo with aunt 1-"Oh, Auntie look at that big lion! Wouldn't it be awful if he got out of the cage and ate you up- What bus would I take home." Here's to the ships of our Navy, Here's to the girls of our landg May the former be always well-rigged And the latter always well-manned. .i.T.1-"..l- of "I'd like to have a dish of peaches without cream, please." Waitress:-'Tm sorry sir, you'll have to take peaches without milk, we're all out of cream. Mother runs a trolley Sister runs a jeep Grandma runs a tractor Cousin sails the deep. James :-"How did the cliff dwellers keep warm?" Bill :--"Why, they used the mountain ranges, I suppose. John Ross, the lovesick youth, doubtfully began to strum his uke beneath the darkened window. Suddenly the window flew open. - "Young man," roared Mary's Pa, "do you know what I think you are?" "A tree, I hope," replied the statue-like serenader in a squelched tone. HAVE YOU NOTICED!! Winnie Shafferls Marion lf'urlong's .......... Joan Cox's ....................... Marie Catone's .......... Danny Picutta's .......... Marilyn Reeves' ............. Kitty O'Toole's ................... Mary Louise Ward's ............ Babbo Baer's ........................ Theresa Wajert's ........... Bill Andrevv's .................... Loretta Morganti's .....,..... Pat Shira's ......................... Rob Capitola's ............ Lorraine Lee's ............. Nancy Lehman's ....... John Patterson's ........ Bill Jamison's ................... Anita SchWartz's ........... Bill Morrison's .................. Frances Lombardo's Gloria Colangelo's ..... I Bill Black's ....,................ Dale Cover's ................ Felix Cardella's ........ Terry Audino's ........,....... Dick Montgomery's ......... Chuck Shaw's ................. Trevor Taylor's .......... All are All are All die Blessed 11"-. no LATIN dead who Wrote it. dead Who spoke it who learn it- death-they earn it! Crazy Pins Sharp hair styles Inquiring mind Wedding ring Quest for gum Giggle Sneeze Charm bracelet Swagger Sarcasm Blush Facial gymnastics Laugh Wisecracks Crowning glory Collection of men Like for lyric poetry 5 O'clock Shadow Quietness Recitations Thoughtfulness Neatness "Whinny" Hair-cut Way with women Way with men Swiftness Fickleness Trips to Ellwood A Chicago banker was dictating a letter to his stenographer. "Tell Mr. Soandso," he ordered, "That I will meet him in Schenectady." "How do you spell Schenectady?" asked the stenographer. "S-c, S-cen-er--er. Tell him I'll meet him in Albany." The other day Paul Duda dashed into Grand Central Station with just one minute to catch the Twentieth Century. He made the ticket window in a series of slides, skids and jumps. "Quick, give me a round trip ticket!" he gasped. "Where to?"' "Back here, you idiot." E -:- -:- -M Sli -:- -:- -Ki-v p 4 l COMPLIMENTS p - 7 T -0F- l New Castle eweler s r 'U' l A 4 . . JJTEDWARDD PRITUHARIJ Tfammg School- ALDERMAN-znd WARD 4, as 52 4- -D- g P. J. CUBBISON Instructor ' REAL ESTATE + ANZ CE lu. + R gg 0 INSUR N For information Call At R W . , lc. 120 N. Mercer street 'UF ln. 242 E. Washington Street Phone 3212 New Castle, Pa. 55- -:- 1 -:- gg W -2- 4- -o- -:- -55 N -:- -5- CONGRATULATIONS 4. COMQQQWENTS TO THE GRADUATES Old Peoples Furmlure Coq ---- A--M 343-345 E. washington sf. 0 0 ' O I 0 State Farm Insurance Cos. 'Goud Furniture Pays Dividends in Happiness" Fife- Life and Automobile I gg- -g. , 4- Q-R Qu 4- -2 Ei -:- -:- -Q4 E -2- -2- - -:- ARTHUR W. MEEK - BARON YOUR 4, PROGRESSIVE JEWELER "Where Your Dollar 55 gf ,- f' We Sell High School Rings 'U' Has More Cents 314-316 E. WASHINGTON ST. s as 323 E. WASHINGTON ST. lc. 1221 MORAVIA ST. W- -:- -:- W- -:- -:- WHY THERE ARE SENIORS IN NE-CA-HI To play hook. To show how little they know. To take lovology, etc. To get a swelled head. To find out how dumb the rest of the World is. To explore hidden nooks and crannies in the building. To make life miserable for innocent Sophomores. To do what they shouldn't do. To have taking ways. To sleep in 9th period. To be "ill" on Friday afternoon. To be slick and sleek. To get some hash. And above all-To go out into the wide, wide, universe, and make the world safe for Sapocracy. I Helen Thomas :-"If you had your choice would you choose me or your car?" Charles Lepplyz-"The Car." Helen :-"Why you--" A Charles :-"Now wait-if I didn't have the car you wouldn't go with me." -Navy Number 138 Outpost. 1-i"-.111 no "Did you notice that pile of wood in the yard?" "Yes'm, I seen it." i "You should mind your grammar. You mean you saw it." "No'm. You saw me see itg but you ain't seen me saw it." Mrs. O. P. A., who was reading a newspaper, observed to her hus- band that the journal contained an article entitled-"Women's Work for the Feeble Minded." Now, Mr. O. P. A. was in a reactionary mood. So he grunted and said, "I should like to know what women have ever done for the feeble minded." "They usually marry them, my dear," replied Mrs. O. P. A. "What is the name of that handsome prisoner," asked Kathryn Edgington. "No, 2206, miss," replied the guard. ' "How funny? But of course, that's not his real name." "Oh, no, miss, that's just his pen name." Miss Hartsuff:-"Where do you have the most difficulty in making a speech?" Ralph Shiner :-"On my knees." E -:- -:- -: 5- -2- -:- 546 eaaqaafufalaowi . . . ef K f f X . , Professor Reddy Kilowatt has a very 5'-3 9 1 personal interest in your success. From . Y ' b XX Q the very beginning of your schooling he 23' f NX has been the electric Alladin that has, il 5 through lighting, made study at home and ,, 5' ' Y 0 in the classroom easier and safer to your al eyes. He'll be the electric wizard that will power the world y0u'll be building in the future. Reddy was born of the in- itiative of American Enterprise. He has grown strong in that Freedom. His wish """""s""" Q Y Q is for your continued success in an ' Q America, strong in the freedom that Q H d0esn't "straight jacket" the progress of " enterprising Americans. 7? 4- -:- -:- a- 4- -:- QR OUR SUPERVISOR M-is for the many things she gave us I-is for her interest in the class L-is for the labor she gave to help us L-is for the loyal love she has E-is for the energy that spurred us R-is for the rights for which she strove Put them all together they spell M-I-L-L-E-R The dear, sweet friend of June '45, Sergeant Cto photographerj :-"Make it a small photo." Photographer :-"O, K. then, shut your mouth." Miss Birchard:-4"Were you late or absent this morning?" Dot Bellock fstill Wondering why or whichj :-"Yes" i -:- 4- Q -:- -:- -:- M COMPLIMEN TS 0 l 4i4!zea'4 B ' Slime Q' 1-9 LONG AVE. SOUTH SIDE Q -:- -5 -:- z- -:- -:- gg NEPTUNE When Grandma had callers, They met with timid heartg And when they sat together They sat ..........................................,..... this far apart. When grand-daughter's boy friend calls He greets her with a kiss And when they sat together Theysitclosetogetherlikethis. -Ship's Log NEW MOTHER HUBBARD She went to the butcher's For spareribs and suet, But found that some others Had beaten her tuet. She said she would settle For sausage or liver, The butcher insisted He had none to giver, She pleaded for pork chops . . . For meatballs . . . for mutton The butcher said :-"Lady, I just ain't got nuttin!" Bill Emery :-"What are the chances of my recovering doctor Doctor :-"One hundred per cent. Medical records show that nine out of every ten die that are in your condition. Yours is the tenth case I've treated. Others all-died. You're bound to get Well-statistics are statistics." John Steve John Steve Gob Helmickz-"Who's your favorite author?" Polley :-"My father." :-"What did he ever write?" :--"Checks" :--"Where did you put your clothes?" Bob :-"In that little closet with the glass door." Gob :-"You boob-that's the portholef' Ed Murphy :-"Oh my, yes., I'll try out for the Dramatic Club Miss Hartsuff:-"Have you had any experience?" Ed ,--ax - H Oh yes, I had my leg in a cast once. Bob McLean :-"I got cut on the lip last night." Steve Polley:-"So I see-dull razor." Bob :-"No-rough road." sis -:- 4- -:CLK M -:- -:- -:Q Standard New Castle High School Ring E -u- -u- -u- .c. 213 East Washington St --47 Y MATH ER BROS CO Wx? 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"Alone" ...................... ........ w e walk across the stage "Here I Stay" ................ .......... t hose who loaf are left "That's My Story" ......... ........... e xcuses for tardiness "Old Curiosity Shop" ......... ............................. c hem lab "The Fun of It" ............... ....... p laying hookey "So Big" ............................ ........ w e Senior A's "Frills and Thrills" ....... ............. f ormal dance "Justice" ..................................... ..................................................... M r. Book "Unfinished Symphony" ...... ....................................... o rchestra practice "The Great Quest" ............ ......... s earch for lost admittance slip "You're on the Air" ...... .................................. s chool radio program "Rendezevous" ...................... ......... s ummons to Mrs. Nelson's office "To Have and To Hold" ......... ............................................................. d iplomas "Let the Hurricane Roar" ..... ..................... M rs. Nelson "Call of the Wild" .................. ........... w olf call of today "Singing Sisters" ....... .... ....................... F 1 augher Twins "Steep Trails" .............. ............................... S haw Street hill "My Sister and I" ....... ....................................,........... N ita and Nola Bookamer . on A POEM Cjust so you'll know!b Two gals who really can give out with the sneezes, And, no doubt, spread all sorts of diseases, Are the Misses Norma Valis and Kitty O'Toole. They aren't alike as a rule: Norma gives a loud "ah-chool" While Kitty gives a gentle mew, But still each girl with perfect ease, Can shatter the silence with her inimitable sneeze. Incident during chemistry exam.: Mr. Weide:-"This is the third time you have looked on Winnie's paper." Bill Black :-"Yes sir, she doesn't write very p1ainf" Overheard in examination room: Carl :-"How far are you from the correct answer?" Alex :-"Two seats." A woman was being examined for life insurance: "Is there insanity in your family?" "No," she replied, "only my husband sometimes imagines that he is the boss of the family." -Di 9 -is -:- -c- -:-:---e- 4- gg, i JCDHN C. WAJERT fqw fi' 'Ch 495 A -G' -9- c i V 21 S?" 'G' 'Q 'G' Compliments - of - United Engineering and Foundry Company 1 - H 'V 1 Q -:- -4- 4- Q- Q- PEDOGOGICAL COLLOQUIALISMS Miss Riier ............................................................................................................ "Now, people!" Miss McClaren .......... ..........,........................ ' 'That's right as far as it goes!" Miss Hartsuff .......... . .s... "Let's make this a professional performance." Miss Griffiths ......... .................................................. ' 'We1l, bless your hearts." Miss Dinsmore ...... .. ............ . ....................................... "You see!" Mr. Thomas ............. ................... ' 'Now listen fellows." Mr. Lengerman ......... ....... ' 'Double barrel-repeater!" Miss Taylor ................... ........................................... ' 'Right O." Miss Van Divort ....... ................ ' 'We must get on now!" Miss Calvin ................ ......Q......... ' 'I'm wholly non-partisan." Mr. Weide ............, .... ' 'Please be quiet" or "Shut up!" Miss Elliott ................................................... .......................... ' 'Isn't that so, class?" Miss Edmunds ................................................. ................................ ' 'Yes, yes, I know!" Mr. Copson Ito his homeroomh ............ "From now on things are going to be different!" Miss Birchard ................................................ "Now class, are we getting noisy?" Miss Sample ...... ...................................,.... ' 'Pienso que sill" Miss Kelley .......... .... ' 'J'ai honte de vous!" Miss Stevenson ....... ............................................. ...... ' ' Do you mean that?" "It's a wise girl who No's the fellows." Most old maids are particular and if they hadn't been they wouldn't be old maids. . BRAGGING A roof-spotter in London telephoned in to his air-raid center:- "There's a buzz-bomb headed this way. It's coming so close I could catch it." As he finished speaking there was a shattering explosion just out- side the house. The voice at the other end of the wire floated up in accusation :-"Butter1'ingers !" EVEN START Cavalry Recruit:-"Sergeant, pick me out a nice, gentle horse." Sergeant:--"Have you ever ridden a horse before?" Recruit :-"No," Sergeant :--"Ah, here's just the animal for you. Never been ridden before. ' You can both start together." Customer:-"Any Camels?" Cigar Store Proprietor :-"Nope." Customer :-"Any Luckies?" Proprietor :-"Nope.', Customer :-"Well, give me some corn silk and paper." Ei-is COMPLIMENTS New Bastlelluntllello 4, 2 Q READY MIXED CONCRETE CONCRETE BLOCKS -:- -:- " -4:3 H -:- -:- -535 T1me SCTVICC THE ELITE OF WATCH REPAIRING 16 N Mlll Street A B ckoss P op FOR THAT DEPENDABLE JOB Try Our Exclusive Watch Repalrmg S entfi nd Effi ent fm- D -E -:- gg gf:- ggi COMPLIMENTS f H 9? COMPLIMENTQ TO THE GRADUATES MARGARET A GIBSON 106 N MILL STREET COMPLIMENTS +J J Dean Grocery'Co NEW CASTLE PA nf' R if COMPLIMENTS OF ALEXANDER S rPaeTx Rpsntat F WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES And PHILCO RADIOS O O O 33 N MILL STREET 1 a A A -u- Q, -oF- 'ul 1 ' A A -2- . -2- ' ' I , . . , . 1 52 se fs' 1 - wi + + -J- G 0 U. ' 4:- W -:- -:- 5?-B -:- -:- -: H -:- V -a- + 4- T -0F- 41- Castle Stat'0ne'Y The Children's Shop + ,fj,QST,g + -D . We- -:- 4- Q Qz- -:- -:- 535 -:- A -:- -Q6 -:- A -:- + -D' I -oF- 4, You e c - 'me e re e ive o a Q g + , . Q G -:- 4- A :- -:- -a- YOUR GIRL AND ELECTRICITY When your girl is sulky and will not speak-Exciter If she talks too long-Interrupter If she becomes too excited-Controller If her way of thinking is not yours-Converter If she is willing to come halfway-Meter If she comes all the way-Receiver If she wants to go still farther-Dispatcher If she wants to be an angel-Transformer If she wants chocolates-Feeder. Where can a man find a cap for his knee? Or a key for a lock of his hair? Would you call his eyes an academy Because there are pupils there? What jewel adorns the crown of his head, What crosses the bridge of his nose? Would he use when shingling the roof of his The nails from his fingers and toes? Could the crook of his elbow be sent to jail? If so, what would it do? I wonder who sharpens his shoulder blades? I'll be darned if I know, do you? -"Selected" "I don't believe in Darwin's theory of evolution." mouth "Neither do I. I think some woman made the first monkey out of man." If you think the world is all wrong, remember it contains people like you. - Overheard in the Cubbyhole: Gloria Stritzinger:-"I like the Navy!" Jean Zarilla:-"I'll take the Marines!" Agnes O'Connor:-"The Air Corps is the best!" Eleanor Rozak :-"Well, I like soldiers !" Phil Sparano:-"I like civilians!" Theresa Wajert:-"I like men-period!!" 1-.1-"T.11 on A girl saw her little brother powdering his nose and she said:- "No, no, Johnny, little boys wash their faces!" 11...-T"1-11. on "What's the name of the book?" "What Twenty Million Girls Want?" "Let me see it, I want to see if the author spelled my name right." EBM: -:- -:- 423-L4 Si? -:- -:- -:M CONGRATULATIONS 4, GRADUATES 0 0 COMPLIMENTS 0 from the -OF-T ' 'D' 'U' 4. Strauss-lhrshherg Co. 4. SPENCER ,DO PAINT 6' GLASS CO 'ff S6 322 + 0 One of New CaSt1e,s 'U' .ul e ' 4'7'.3 Better Stores Qs- -5- -:- gg gg? -:- -:- Q A E 4- -E ' -:EE H -:- -:- -:ZZ -U' COMPLIMENTS 'U' McBride-Shannon Co 'OF' 4, INSURANCE 4. Maxwell 6' Gibson Q + QUALITY COAL -cl 238 EAST WASHINGTON ST 8: ICE Q BELL 519 NEW CASTLE PA Q' an -:- f -2- Lg W- -:- -:- Q-fe E -:- -:- - -ZZ EE -:- -:- -:SZ + THE IIANISH PASTRY SHOP + Roma Restaurant PHQNE 3523 0 13 S. Mercer St. New Castl P 28 NORTH MILL STREET Home of Italian Foods Q . V' QYNew C tle's Largest Exotic Re t t MAKERS OF FINE CAKES AND PASTRIES -D- . GUY ANGELUCCI, Prop QP 4- -:- R W- -:- -:- Q Speaking Speaking OF TH E FACULTY colors, we have Brown and Green a duke, we have a Lord Speaking a Taylor, we have a Gardner' Speaking Mills, we have a Miller Speaking jokes, we have a Riddle Speaking the old, we have one Young Speaking a steward, we have a Butler Speaking pens, we have a Parker 8: Shaeffer Speaking a harness maker, we have a Sadler Speaking souvenirs, we have a Sample Speaking advertising, we have a Sines Speaking Speaking narrow, we have a' Weide hotels, we have a Leslie THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW AGAINST: Miss Elliott's vacation assignments. Keeping notebooks up to date. Those familiar contributory announcements. Chemistry experiments with H,S. The frantic efforts of the annual staff to get their names in the annual. Miss Westlake's library rules. Tombstone Dealer Cafter several futile suggestionsj :-"How would just a simple 'Gone Home' do for an inscription?" Widow:--"I guess that will be all right, it was always the last place he ever went." V . '01.T. Q. A conversation overhead between Bob Giiford and Bill Newell: "How did you get along with your blind date?" asked Bill. Bob :-"She said to me: 'Stopl My lips are for another'." Bill:-"What did you say to that?" Bob 2-"I said: 'Well, if you hold still, you'l1 get another'." Mrs. Nelson :-"Hilda, I saw the milkman kiss you this morning. In the future I'll take the milk in." Maid :-"Val, it ain"t no use, by yimminy, 'cause he promised to kiss no one but me!" Pete McCullough :-"Do you ever expect to find the perfect girl?" Chuck Shaw :-"No, but it's lots of fun hunting." Marriage is like a prizeiight-the preliminaries are generally better than the main event. E 4- -:- -: -:- -:- -:- M BEST WISH ES, from MQQNEY BROS. Phone 5260 e 'U' 0 133 Mahoning Avenue New Castle, Penna Q4 'G' 'I' 'G' 2' 'C' 'G' R 53 -:- 4- -e 4- -:- -:- 654 CompIimentS of New ecadfle flqtwzimiea -1 ,fini MWKB ,fg -D New Castle . . . Pennsylvania Q -:- 1-:-' -5-wk -:-, -:- Q-R WHAT'S IN A NAME ALBERT Davelli means bright or famous JOSEPHINE Mazzei means she who shall increase ALEX Sansone means helper of men MARY Allen means distressed, tearful ANGELO Romeo means angelic VIRGINIA Ambrezewicz means virgin, chaste ANDREW Phafles means manly DOROTHY Anderson means gift of god GEORGE Reynolds means farmer THERESA Callahan means harvester WILLIAM Andrews means protector of many lwomen?J PEGGY Baatz means a pearl RAYMOND Borowski means strong man BETTE McNeil means blessed RICHARD Beynon means liberal KATHERINE Bevan means virtuous FRANCIS Brest means indomitable courage LINDA Cheers means a lovely maid PETE Burrelli means a rock NANCY Lehman means gracious ROBERT Capitola means free with counsel EDITH Master means a rich gift FELIX Cardella means happy PAUL Carey means small and gentle WALTER Martin means a woodmaster . 1"i.-l .- ..l.l".. .-1- on Ed Murphy :-"Since I met Wanda, I can't eat, I can't sleep, I can't drink." Margie Horner :-"Why not?" Ed:--'Tm broke." 1i-1"-i-1: an Dale Cover and Lillian Reynolds were strolling through the country lane when he waxed poetic. "Ah, look at the cow and the calf rubbing noses in the pasture. That sight makes me want to do the same," Dale said softly. "Well, go ahead," answered Lillian, "It's your cow." .lQ1-"... - nn Cook :--"The iceman is in love with me." Second Maid :--"How do you know that?" Cook :-"I can see the love light in his ice." Jerry Bonner and Eleanor Irwin were having their first date. "I don't stand for necking," she warned him. "You don't," he replied without enthusiasm. "No, standing makes me tired," Eleanor answered. H 4- 44 -: 4- 4- 4- PLZ rqlumzlm-nm Gan-qzan-q of IQIMGGJCG- F' -u- sa 4- 4- 4-,:- 4- 4- gg L-E 4- 4- -:-L 4- 4- fit- With Congratulations and Best Wishes To The GRADUATING CLASS 'D' 'D' Zfniuwual Sanlliaaq Ga. 'I' NEW CASTLE, PA. gp 4- 4- 4- s- 4- 4- gg Look ....... Life ........................ 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MAGAZI N ES Margie Logan Gloria Stritzinger Bill Sullivan Bette McNeil George Reynolds Ed lVlurphy Carl Cotton Wanda Bartsch Cussy Casella Hilda Zakel Bob Sowash Jean Zarilla Agnes O'Connor Joe Kulnis Ray Borowski John Helmick Lois Olson George Anderson Bertha Vallely Gilford Rosemary Factor Eleanor Rozak Walter Martin All Melchiore Gloria Laughlin Virginia Kellogg Jerome McCart Helen Machoi Clara Scriven Steve Wasilewski Margaret Swanson Hinda Kohn ..........Tony DiAngelo Pat Cushion Albert Davelli Sam Kelly Guy Elisco .............Ray Owoc Bud Green Carl Sewald Margaret Murphy Francine Cohen Eileen Murphy La vida sturgis A dashing young fellow named Jim Drove his car with a great deal of vim Said he: 'Tm renowned For covering ground!" But alas, now the ground covers him. 5232? 55 4- 4- -553 3 -- 5- .4- ,- 'EEZ Co lim ts - LOCKLEY Q 1 'ifin Q 4- MACHINE -4 , COMPANY -lnhn S. Brown s Son, Inc. FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN 'ul PRODUCTION Q 'nl "OUR QUALITY FEED" ln- MACHINING New Castle, Penn'a. I + C 0 + Office PHONE 993 Produce Street ' Phone 5315 Lu- ' -u- 310-l2 Grove Street 1 'ul New wilmington, Pa. New Castle' Perma' U New Castle, Penna. T N -1- -- 422- -1- -2- 4- A 4- -:HZ 4- 4- -QQ? COMPLIMENTS FROM 4, COMPLIMENTS ..0F.. Regent Theatre 4. OF NEW CASTLE I ALWAYS THE BEST I HAROLD M. LEACH 4' REAL ESTATE 'D' snow IN TOWN 'U' AND 0 , O INSURANCE ...POPULAR PRICES, lu' 214 TEMPLE BUILDING 4' W- J- 4- 9556- 4- 4- gg 4- 4- A E -325 4- 4- -M 'U' COMPLIMENTS 4' 'OF' 4, COMPLIMENTS 4, - -OF- TH E TERMINAL 4- -n-FLEMING STEEL CO. s E. WASHINGTON sr. Q Q W 4- 4- QQ QQ- 4- 4- QE THE CH ECKBOOK It isn't a book we find in school, It isn't known as a student's tool, But what in the world would we do Without the check book to turn to? To write out a check is no mean trickg All students can do it mighty quickg It requires no skill, no art, no charm, Simply a little twist of the arm. But it's turning every father gray- Letting his children have their way, In cashing checks and letting it pass- To make his child "the pride of the class"! -Selected I "THINGS SENIORS STILL CAN'T UNDERSTAND" Why we have to get up in the middle of the night to get to school late? Why a can of oil hasn't been donated for the auditorium seats? Why the clocks can't keep together? Why chewing gum hasn't become legal? Why seniors date sophomores? Why Why Why notebooks are necessary? we are not permitted to wear dinks in certain classrooms? we have to have detention hall? Why certain teachers don't have new pictures taken for the annual? S Why teachers change tests from one period to another? DEFINITIONS NOTEBOOKS:-something nobody ever has and everyone wants to borrow. DETENTION HALL :-a place where you're lucky if you aren't. ASSEMBLY SPEAKERS :-someone who begins by flattering, continues by boring, and finishes with a sigh of relief. DETENTION SLIP :-something which no student wants but teachers say they ask for. LIBRARY :-a large room full of unnecessary books and teachers going around saying sh-h-h-h. Jim :-"Where have you been all this time?" George :-"I was in a phone booth talking to my girl." Jim :-"Well, what happened?" George :-"Some guy came along and Wanted to use the phone so we had to get out." gg ii -:- -:- -M M -:- -:- Z CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS JUNE CLASS -D AND BEST WISHES 'D' OF 1945 'D' FROM O f- n. G. nnmsfv a suns 4 + Reynolds 81 Summers Fashions for Men, + HARDWARE lu' -D. Young Men, and Boys PAINTS 1 A O Q 'C' . an 4200-PHONES,-4201 lc' 114-116 East Washington St. 30620 CROTON AVE' New Castle, Pennsylvania 'Si -:- -:- -M M -:- -:- -521 + COMPLIMENTS -oF- 'U' COMPLIMENTS OF May's Doughnut Shop 0 LOVE 6' MEGCWN Q -U' 0 A 'I' E. WASHINGTON STREE1' -Q- "THE DRUGGISTSU ' 0 O O 12 NORTH MILL STREET + 7592- -:- -:- Q-fi W -:- -:- Q 53 -:- -:- ag E -:- -:- -42244 'U' BEST WISHES 'U' COMPLIMENTS FLEMI NG 'U' -OF' 'U' MUSIC STORE G. C. MURPHY 'U' W ag 'U' "The Friendly Store" 19 North Mill Street f' 'U' l ,Qu 4- -:- QW 4- -:- l A RECIPE FOR COURTSHIP Two or three dears, and two or three sweetsg Two or three balls, and two or three treats, Two or three serenades, given as a lineg Two or three oaths how much they endure, Two or three messages sent in one day, Two or three times led out from the play, Two or three soft speeches made by the way, Two or three tickets for two or three times, Two or three love letters writ all in rhymesg Two or three months keeping strict to these rules Can never fail making a couple of fools. -"Exchange" THE LOWDOWN DACHSHUND Usually the front and back ain't on speaking terms. If you pet his head it would take too long for him t' signal down to his tail to Wag! and by the time it did get there he'd probably forget what there was to be happy about. No wonder he looks so sour! TH REE'S A CROWD In a parlor there were three, Margie, a parlor lamp, and he, Two's a couple and Without a doubt, And so the parlor lamp went out. ."-.l on Early to bed and Early to rise And your girl goes out With the other guys. There are meters Iambic And meters Trochaic And meters of musical tone But the meter that's sweeter Completer and neater Is to meet'er In the moonlight Alone! While marching a gang of Senior A's, Mr. McLure approached one Senior and said sarcasticallyz-"Do you know that everyone is out of step but you?" ' "No kidding," piped Steve, "you're in charge here, why don't you tell them?" iii 'F ff- -4534 55 -:- -:- -e . - - -- Y -1 , OOO -G' + A NEW 4, MODERN STORE IT'S EASIER TO SUCCEED BY HAVING YOUR SHOES REBUILT TO SERVE A 4 IAN -afff 5.3:-a 'U' MODERN COMMUNITY 'D' o 0 o 'U' 'U' I we 0 Pagley Shoe Service Q' 17 North Mill Street 4' 'D' O Q 0 New Castle, Pa. QF' 'C' 'C' R 55' 'C' 'C' Q EBL- ,Ir -:L -455.4 -:- -:- -554 'D' COMPLIMENTS -D- -OF- 'U' 'C' LEO P. STRIZZI I 'U' I -U' PHOTOGRAPHER + ARTICLES IN HARDWARE QS' 'L -' 'Fl ' 'R QS' 'Il 'G' R f:- -:- M -:- I -:- -M - CORRECT CLOTHES JJ' COMPLIMENTS ':' are an important part 0 of life ......... .:- RICE'S BUY-A-BIT + . + The Store of Nationally Advertised Men's Wear 213 BOYLES AVENUE 0 NEXT TO PENN THEATRE W 'I' 'C' QQ- :F 'C' Qi so MUCH Fon THAT' Dynamite, A Cigarette, Little Spark, So much for that! Play Rehearsal, Great Big Rat, Tables! Chairs! So much for that! Tried to Tango, Almost Sat, Tried again, So much for that! Met a Student, Busted Flat, "A Dollar, please?' So much for that! Playing Baseball, Come to Bat, One, Two, Three, So much for that! A shaky chair, A lady fat, Combination rare, So much for that! A windy day, A derby hat, Crossed a bridge, So much for that! Midnight dark, A tuneful cat, Brickbat hard, So much for that! Many persons might attain wisdom had they not assumed they already possessed it. Some very mean man has said :-"There are thre e kinds of Women the beautiful, the intelligent, and the majority A woman finds what she wants, goes elsewhere to look and comes back to find it gone. This explains many marrlages Q -:- -c 4- 32? Compliments - of - The Shenangd Pottery 0 -G' wfiu ku. '32 4' 9' SF' Q35 -4 KL: Compliments - of - The Panella Co. -G- -D' L, rg 4- :- -:- gg "Sweetheart", I'm "Drifting and Dreaming" "In the Still of the Night". "Long Ago and Far Away" I was "Low and Lonely Over You", but now I have the "Blues in the Night' and the "St. Louis Blues" tells me why "I'l1 Walk Alone." "What a Diierence A Day Makes" when the "Deep Purple" has gone, but "We'll Meet Again" in the "Easter Parade." "When You Look at Me" "My Heart Stops" and "I Remember" "All the Things You Are." "When Day is Done" "I'll Remember You," "Brown Eyes", "Making Believe" "You Belong to Me." "I Dream of You" when I'm "All Alone." "I Miss You" but we'll "Always" be "Together" "Down in the Valley" in "Shanty Town". Others have been "Smiling" but your "Smiles" have made me "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle." "No Letter Today" to tell me "Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder". The Last Time I Saw Paris" "The Bells of St. Mary" reminded me of "Home Sweet Home". "When You Wore a Tulip", "Jeanne With the Light Brown Hair" was in "The Chapel in the Moonlight" singing "Jingle Bells". "Thanks for the Memories" of your "Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes" while we were listening to "Alexander's Rag Time Band" and you gave me a "String of Pearls". "We've,Come A Long Way Together" since I have started to "Ac- centuate the Positive" and "I Don't Want to Love You" cause "You're Mean to Me". "Why Don't You Do Right" and take the "Chattanooga Choo-Choo" "A Little South of North Carolina" for "Kalamazoo" to see "Kitty O'Toole", because "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" you'll know i'There Are Such Things" as "Love, Love, Love". "Don't Fence Me In" because I want to go "Over the Rainbow" "On a Wing and a Prayer". "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time" because "You Are My Sunshine" and "Diana" is out of the way "Along the Santa Fe Trail". 'Tm Wishing On a Star" when I want a "Paper Doll" for a "White Christmas". "You Always Hurt the One You Love" when you make "Saturday Night the Loneliest Night in the Week". I hope that when you're "In My Arms" "In the Blue of Evening" you'll "Smile, Darn Yah, Smile" and "Cuddle Up a Little Closer". "Night and Day" "I Cried for You" because "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven" and "I'm Confessin' That I Love You". "My Heart Sings" with "Someone Like You" to croon "My Wild Irish Rose" and "Deep River". "I'll Get By" if you'll "Let Me Love You Tonight" and "Oh Promise Mel' you'll "Give Me Your Love Tonight" and "One Dozen Roses" and I'll know "Somebody Loves Me". "I Love You" "With the Wind and the Rain in Your Hair" and "Moonlight Becomes You." "Let's Take the Long 'Way Home" in the "Surrey With the Fringe on Top", "Sunday, Monday, and Always". ' "This is a Lovely Way to Spend an Evening" as you "Tell Me That You Love Me" as "If I Were the Only Girl in the World". "There Goes That Song Again" and I know 'Tm Falling in Love With Someone" who lives in "Cherry Blossom Lane". "If God Left Only You", I'd say "Praise the Lord"-I don't need any ammunition! "In the Meantime Darling" "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree" with "Delores", "Louise", "Candy", or "Marie". w w 4 A COMPLIMENTS L AXE Edd NORTH MILL STREET NEW CASTLE, PA. .sf ji E r 1-- A E - 1 Best Wlshes from PERELMAN S JEWELRY RADIOS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 129 East Washlngton St New Castle Pa CONGRATULATIONS COMPLIMENTS JUNE CLASS OF '45 FROM .."E.'i'Fl Q'lHEft.T'iE, 'z' CUBBY HOLE Y ome o SANDWICH SHOP METR0'G0LDWYN'MAYER 103 NORTH MERCER STREET PARAMOUNT ana RKO NEW CASTLE PA GREATER MOVIES R W- -L H -:- We Please Others . . . COMPLIMENTS ' Let Us Please You Q - 0 B. F. GOODRICH + BOYLES COAL AND STORES SU 19 NORTH MERCER STREET -G- E -:- -:- 45 E56-. -5- -:- E A-Z 1 Q 4- OF 1:- L 2 N W 7 4' -U' 'D' A A PU' -u- Q j -n- A ' - 'D' 'U' , . 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THINGS WOULD BE SO DIFFERENT IF: Jo Ann were Green instead of Brown Sondra were Jefferson instead of Hamilton Mary Louise were a precinct instead of a Ward Rosemary were a fisherman instead of a Hunter Jack were Heinz instead of Campbell Carl were wool instead of Cotton ' Hazel were a Gal instead of a Guy Pat were a pillow instead of a Cushion Babbo were covered instead of Baer Ralph were a dullard instead of a Shiner Steve were Susie instead of Polley Betty were an Oriole instead of a Finch Bill were purple instead of Black June were old instead of Young Winnie were a Parker instead of a Shaffer Helen Hays were Sarah Bernhardt I Rose Marie were a mountain instead of a Hill Betty Jane were blue instead of White Jane were a cat instead of a Kerr Charlotte were work instead of Leasure Dick were Eisenhower instead of Montgomery Lorraine were Grant instead of Lee Jack were a swimmer instead of a Fisher Frances were a Dorsey instead of Lombardo Linda cries instead of Cheers Shirley were a rabbit instead of a Fox Edith were a servant instead of a Master Margaret were a Neisner instead of a Murphy Andrew passes instead of Pfahles Jacqueline agrees instead of Quarles Lois were Las Vegas instead of Reno Angelo were Juliet instead of Romeo? Marilou were a harness-maker instead of a Sadler Mildred were Poe instead of Stevenson Trevor were a seamstress instead of a Taylor Maryruth were Roosevelt instead of Wilson Jennie were dumb instead of Wise 1 .".1-ii. as Freshmen ........ .............................................. ........... I r responsible Sophomore ......... .......... I rrepressible Junior ............... ................ I rresistible Seniors ......... .......... I rreproachable EE -:- -:- 4235 H -3-' . - -E. -A -M To The Compliments Graduate . . . 'I' 0 mof- 'U' CONGRATULATIONS . . AND MAY YOU Ellmtt 8. Waddmgtnn CONTINUE TO ACHIEVE + + 116-118 N. Mercer Street lt, SUCCESS Phone 3600 'EJ I A -u- ' -n- ts 'DI RADIO, AUTOMOTIVE ' AND 0 PAINT PRODUCTS + f' J. C. Penney Co., Inc. f' , Department Stores 9325- -:- -:- QQ QL E --5k1-Egg E -c- -:- -Q4 ee 4- -:- -H4 COMPLIMENTS 'D' Best Wishes to NE-CA-HI -OF- 4, First, Last and Always 4, General Fluor Covering 4 E A R L , S 12 sour:-1 mu. STREET D G r Y B G I. NEW CASTLE, PA. 4' 'D' 225' 4' 4' W 4' W' -R E --- it fa- '-, Qilfic-A 3-i5---:-- T-:f+-M -0- COMPLIMENTS -I' COMPLIMENTS OF -01-. 4, JESSE N. KERR 4, -DIAMOND- ' JEWELER-SILVERSMITH 4, PAISLEY s 4 2 5 PH 5 NORTH Mxu. STREET A 'U' NEW CASTLE, PA. Qs- -5- -'sf' "QQ ge- -:- -:- Q CRAZY N UT N U PTUALS Yesterday at a quiet, but impressive Wedding Miss U. R. Chazy became the bride of Mr. Wall Nut at the First P. U. Church. Officiating was Reverend T. Bacco. The triple ring ceremony was used. Given in marriage by her father, the famous typhoon, the bride was lovely in a gown made from white flour sacks. Her veil was made from her mother's kitchen curtains. In her bouquet she carried sneezy- weezy goldenrods. The groom was handsome in a pair of pale blue denim overalls and on his big fat head he wore a bright yellow straw hat. The bride asked Miss Dutch Cleanser to be her maid of honor. She wore a gown of yellow worsted cotton and she also carried sneezy- weezy golden glow in her bouquet. The best man was the groom's closest friend, Mr. Pepsi Cola. After the ceremony a congratulatory period was held in the church furnace room. Later a reception was held at the Dingy Wingy Hotel with fifty-two and one-half guests present. Later refreshments were served consisting of pig's feet, chicken bones ffor those who don't eat porkj, hard bread, and three-quarter pound cake. Later in the afternoon the couple left for a honeymoon in Mahon- ingtown. Upon their return they will take up housekeeping at 1603 Mortgage Ave. The groom is employed by the city as a garbage collector. MYTHOLOGY DEFINED? Iris ............... .......... a nationality, as, "When Iris eyes are smiling." Venus ....... ................................................................... t he lady with no arms. Hymen .......... ........................................ s ong as, "Hymen old cow-hand." Morpheus ....... ....................................................................................... a dope Pluto .............. ........... a hound dog owned by Mickey Mouse Jove ............ ......... e Xclamation, as, "By Jove, buy Clove." Juno .......... ........................ a s in "Juno what happened?" Daphne ....... ................................................... c razy people Hebe .............. .............................................................. m ember of the Jeeby family Mercury .......... ..................................................................... s ilver stuff in thermometers Muses ............ ........ a verb, as, "It Muses me to read these corny articles" Scylla ........ .................... W hat the Mad Russian says, i. e., "Scylla boy!" Cupid ............ .................................................... S hould we tell the Sophomores? Orpheus ........... ........................................ s tate of being without parents Bacchus ........... ........ a s, "If we attempt it, will you Bacchus up?" Vulcan .......... ...................................................... W ho first vulcanized tires Pan ................,..... ......... s lang name for one's physiognomy? Hercules .......... ...................... . .. first student of Charles Atlas Vesta ............. .......... p art of a house, as, the Vestabule --by Loretta Morganti. Our annual is a great invention, Ne-Ca-Hi gets all the fame, The printers get all the money, And the staff gets all the blame. 1-ii -:- -1 4 -:- M -C' -D' Gamfplimenii U! -D' -U- Stanclard Steel Spring Company Q 4' -535' 4, n NEW CASTLE PLANT -U- -G- Q 'F' 'C' 'C' 'C' 'S' QR- THEY ARE RECOGNIZED FOR: Executive Ability Personality ................ I Dramatic Ability .......... Jokes ....................................... Basketball Ability Pep ....................................... Oratorical Powers ....... Poise ................... ................. Sense of Humor ........ .. Musical Talent ............ Smile ............................... Curly hair .............. Intelligence .............. ........ Pretty blue' eyes ........ Voice .............................. .. Stylish clothes ........ Dancing Ability ............ Neatness .................................,. Beautiful white teeth .. .... .. Dependability ................ Friendliness ......... Originality . .... ...... Red Hair ......................... Self-Assurance ........... Eye Lashes ................ .............................................. APO LOGY Doctors bury thefr tiary, L QOur present prolific able board of non-censors failed to see the point!5 letters for me today?" Rose Abbod:-"Any Clerk :-"What name, please?" Rose :--"I think the name is on the letter." .1"... .- Jack Fisher Rob Capitola Jim McClintock Carl Cotton Ray Owoc Jeanne Culliford Oleta Kirk Ann Glenn Marilyn Reeves Eddie John Bummie Measel Jim Oesterling Philomena Sparano Bill Andrews Peggy Wilkison Winnie Shaffer Ralph Shiner Gloria Colangelo Wanda Bartsch Pat Shira Loretta Morganti Babbo Bear Lorraine Lee Steve Polley Bill Black mlsiakes-Lawyers send theirs to the peniten- But some print theirs-That's the humor staff. output is due entirely to the fact that the Mr. Brown :-"You should be ashamed of yourself. At 'your age George Washington was a surveyor." Larry DeBlasio:-"Yes sir, and at your age he was President of the United States." "The Young Enchanted" ..... ......... S ophs at a Senior hop "The Rolling Years" .......... ........... g rades one to twelve "Seventeen" .................................... ................. a ren't we all? "My Garden of Memory" ...... our annuals E35 -:- -2- -:- -:- 3- -:-H4 Army Airforce Photo 'J' BACK OF THE BOMBERS As the June Class of 1945 completes its final weeks at -U- Ne-Ca-Hi, American and Allied fighting men in their heavy 0' bombers and fast fighters, are also completing a long and hard task .... that of final Victory and defeat of all enemies of freedom-loving nations. ' Back of these bombers are men .... fighting men .... LUJ giving every ounce of their energy to see that these planes JJ. will not fail their crews when the real test of their depend- ability is given over enemy targets. So it is right here in New Castle, at the Johnson Bronze plant. We are producing to back the bombers and hasten final + Victory. Many of our men and women are former students of Ne-Ca-Hi, each doing his or her share. Bearings for the 'U' big bombers as shown above are made here. Likewise thou- sands of bearings and bushings for landing craft, ships of all types, trucks, guns and tanks. When Victory is finally ours, Johnson Bronze will con- 'U' tinue to make high quality bearings . . . bearings for the -D- peacetime machinery of the nation .... for the cars, the re- frigerators, the sweepers and all the other products that ' Americans will be buying with the money they are now putting into WAR BONDS. 'U' -11 pil JOHNSON BRONZE - 9180110 BEIIRIIIE HEIIDQUIIRTERS X ' 455 S. MILL STREET - NEW CASTLE, PA. rm Z2 -2- -E -5- -2- -5- -2- R .El it It It lt lt it A lt "THE WAY THE MONEY GOES" Class dues, subscriptions, dances, and dinks Gosh! how the money flew, "We" thinks. Signed yet for the "Ne-Ca-Hi", Some hustling youth would say: "Just put your name down here-there'll be Two and a half now to pay." Yes, that's the way it Went. They fleeced us high and low, Till we had to go out and get a job For a fresh supply of dough. A GRAMATICAL KISS kiss is always a pronoun because "she" stands for it. is masculine and feminine genders mixed, therefore common. is a conjunction because it connects. is an interjection, at least it sounds like one. is plural because one calls for another. is singular because there is nothing like it. is usually in apposition with a caress, at any rate it's sure to follow. kiss can be conjugated, but never declined. is a preposition because it governs the objective case. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Rock a-bye, Senior, on the tree top, As long as you study your grades will not drop, But if you stop digging, your standard will fall Down will come Senior, diploma and all. Dick Beynon claims the country is getting along-progressing. He says George Washington couldn't tell a lie and now almost everybody can. An American film actress was applying for a passport. Examiner :-"Unmarried ? " Actress :-"Occasionally" Miss Lord :-"Where is your brother, Steve?" Steve W.:-"With Patton's 3rd Army." Miss Lord :-"Is he in the Atlantic or the Pacific?" And then there was the naturalist who tried to cross a turkey with a centipede so everybody could have a drumstick. E 4- 4- -M E32 4- 4- 433' EEE EEE NEWEST CONGRATULATIONS CLASS RINGS AND PINS -U. 3 Q 'F TO THE IN BLACK ONYX, MOTHER ' OF PEARL AND E JUNE CLASS OF '45 soun GOLD ! an FROM 4, ALSO STANDARD HIGH scuool. 4, MGS YOUR HOTEL Reasonably Priced At- PV F- 4- JACK GERSON 4- YOUR JEWELER ll YE Q . Q Q '7fze eafuffe-lion 4, 200 E. Washington Street 4, DUWAYNE SHAW, Mgr. New Castle, Pa. gigs- 4- 4- Q-We gg- 4- 4- 4- 4- O -:ZZ ?E-ii 4- 4- COMPLIMENTS E G U S ' E' OF THE Fo- Spomwea' 4' PEN NSYLVAN IA Adam Hats ENGINEERING C' Adam Shirts ri' we E. wAs1-HNGTON sr. -5- NEW cAs'r1.E, PA. QQ- 4- 4- gn- 4- 4- Eis 4- 4- -21224 4- 4- 425 4- C0MfI51BiVfNTS 4-The Mueller Art Cover 4. 61 Binding Co. 2202 Superior Avenue R Q Cleveland, Ohio E. 15 E WASHINGTON s'r Represented by ' ' 'nl MR. HOMER SMITH NEXT To PENN POWER Box 411 Youngstown Oh gg- 4- 4- R 779- 4- 4- Q SCHOOL DAZE 'Gosh, I'm tired!"-"The day's just begun!" "I know, but I went to bed at one." "Have you done your Trig?"-"It's beyond me!" "You'll catch it sure, you wait and see!" "Hey, kid, where's the fire?"-"Up in Study IV, I heard that Seaweed was tossed out the door!" "Pssst, Red! Wake up!"-"This class is dead!" I know, but you'll get detention instead." We're onlpage twenty-one."-"What's it say?" "Search me How'd these guys ever get this way?" "It is time for the bell?"--"We've a minute yet." Ki Cl if Just time to call on me, I bet." CC We're way up front."-"Oh, this is fine!" Oh, NO! Mr. Book just reversed the line!" "Any more milk"-"But I don't like pickle!" "I'd buy another piece, but I don't have a nickle." . "Let's go outside."-"Get off that grass!" "Well, they're in the Way, how else can I pass?" KI "I hate afternoons."-"They do sorta drag." "Any minute now my knees will sag!" "Eighth period is over."--"To the ninth and last!" "Ah, but it never does go fast." "Finally made it!"-"Open those doors wide !" "This building is peachy-when you're on the outside !" -Loretta Morganti. Phil Sparano:-"You know that saying, 'A pretty girl is like a melody?' Well, my beauty is like a song." Aggie O'Connor:-"Yeah, one meatball!" "Have you ever been in a railway accident?" said Tessie to her new boyfriend. "Yes," replied the swain, "Once when I was in a train and We were going through a tunnel I kissed the father instead of the daughter." A kiss, a sigh,Aa last good-by And she is gone. A glance, a smile, another girl So life goes on. All boys love their sisters But so good have I grown That I love other boys' sisters Better than my own. N -:- -:- -: -:- -:- -:- 225 'U' Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class hu, from 'U' THE GREATER NEW CASTLE ASSOCIATION J:- 252 -:- -:- -c- :- -:- -:- Qs Miss Kelley :-"Why are you late?" Lenore Collela:-"Well, a sign down here-" Miss Kelley :-"Well, what has a sign got to do with it?" Lenore Collelaz-"The sign said :-'School ahead, go sIow'." XM -:- 4- -4 -:- -:- -:- 294 4. N. C. H. S. CLASS RINGS DIAMONDS 1-: WATCHES z-1 JEWELRY z-z RADIOS J. B. IEL E 4' 4, JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST EXPERT WATCHMAKERS ESTABLISHED 1904 -ON THE PUBLIC SQUARE- Q -:- -:- -:- 2- -:- -:- sig IN CASE A Chinese student, attending an American school for the first time, was invited to a party. She prepared for the occasion by memorizing all the polite phrases she could find in an etiquette book. She did the job so well that when handed a cup of tea, she solemnly responded, "Thank you, sir or madam, as the case may be." ia- -:- -: -:- -:- -:- Q5 4. Congratulations McClelland Florists McGrath's Flowers -D- + Butz Florists Cunningham 6' Weingartner 'D' Members of F. T. D. A. 5-filo E A 'G' 4' 'Q' I' A ' 4' 'C' FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS Will you be as famous as: January- 4-Sir Isaac Newton ........................ Agnes O'Connor, Dorothy Sokevitz 11-Alexander Hamilton ........... ..... ......... J o e Borkesz 12-John Sargent ......................... ........ C ornel Sucui 17-Benjamin Franklin .......... ............... E ddie John 25-Robert Burns ................... ........................... B en Boron 27-Mozart .............................. ........... M arjorie Horner 28-Sir Francis Drake ......... ............................. I rene Russo 29-William McKinley ............ ......... M onagene McConnell 30-Walter Damrosch ........ ............... K atherine Bevan 31-Robert Morris ............. .......... E sther Kaihlanen February March- April- May- June- July- August- 31-Schubert ...................... ............... V ic Zombeck 7-Charles Dickens ......... 8-General Sherman .......... Norma Valis Robert Capitola 18-Louis Tiffany .................... ......... ................................. J o hn Ross 19-Copernicus ............................................................... Julius Johnston 20-Joe Jefferson ......... Louis Cassella, Madeline McGuire, Mary Ann Palkovitch 23-Handel .................................................................................... Jean Black 26-Buffalo Bill ............................................................... Margaret Pape 27-Longfellow ........................... Norman Gurini, George Drake 3-Alexander Graham Bell .................................... Nancy Vitale 6-Michael Angelo ..................... Raymond Borowski, James Karidis, George Reynolds 7-Luther Burbank ............................................. Margaret Murphy 8-Oliver W. Holmes ......................................................... Tom Joseph 26-Robert Frost ........................................................................ Carl Cotton 2-Charlemagne ...... Jean DeJoseph, Mary Lou McCreary 5-Sir Joseph Lister ............................................................ Ann Glenn 6-Raphael ............................ ......... G enevieve McGuire 10-William Booth ................ .................... A ldo Servidio 13-Thomas Jefferson ............. ......... I da Chirumbola 23-William Shakespeare ........ .......... V irginia Klik 25-Oliver Cromwell ................. ......... J ane Potoczny 27-Samuel F. B. Morse ........ ........ G loria Laughlin, Francine Cohen 9-John Brown ....................................,................................ Tony Nuzzo 12-Florence Nightingale ........................... Lillie Mae Vassella, Mildred Stevenson, Martha McQuiston, Helen McQuiston, Louise Morris 16-Joan of Arc ........................ Dorothy Kolesar, Eileen Evans 3-Jefferson Davis ............ June Young, Theresa Callahan 6-Nathan Hale ............................................................ Marilou Sadler 8-Robert Schumann ............ ...... G loria Colangelo 11-Richard Straus ...................................................... Bob Wadlinger 14-Harriet Beecher Stowe .......................................... James Reed 12-Julius Caesar ........................ Oleta Kirk, John Patterson, Cora Murphy 29-Mussolini .............................. Marjory Flynn, Tom Donegan 10-Herbert Hoover ............... Margie Logan, Alice Gribbon 345 4- 4- 4 ESTABLISHED 1873 4- -:- 4- M PHONE 257 Q MMR- ?L!LEBE:3l'iE,ET - MASTER PRINTERS 4' eanunefzcial, fad, Book aaclpamfxlzlel' Weak -G' NE-CA-HI PRINTERS OVER 70 YEARS OF 217-219 SYCAMORE STREET SERVING THIS COMMUNITY -D- NEW CASTLE, PENN'A QBetween Mill and East S tree T 432 4- 4- 4- :- 4- 4- Qt E35 4- 4- -:M E 4- 4- M COMPLIMENTS OF 4 , I 4 Silverman s 4 H. G Muller 6' Son 'nl EC0l10my Sl'l06 Shop INSURANCE no E. WASHINGTON s'r. 4- NEW CASTLE, PA. -D- O ' 0 24055 E WASHINGTON sr "The Store Devoted to Better Fitting Q . 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David Guy 7 14 16 -James Whitcomb Riley William Penn .............................. Tony DeAngelo Linda Cheers, Bob Giford Noah Webster .............. .............................................. H arold Pears 29-Sir Walter Raleigh ......... 30 November- 6- 7 10 13 19 29 John Adams ...................... Paderewski ..................... Madam Curie ........... Martin Luther ................. -Robert L. Stevenson ...... -George Rogers Clark .... -Louise M. Alcott ............ December- 5-Martin Van Buren ........ 27 29 30 Lauren Bacall ..... Louis Pasteur ............... Charlotte Leasure Eleanor Reynolds Nancy Lehman Patsy Cioppa Laura Tempesta Helen Iozzi, Bill Sullivan Mary Biassucci Martin Schwartz Guy Elisco Basher, Pat Smith Andrew Johnson ..............,...........,......,..........,............... Peg McGill Rudyard Kipling ............ Jeanne Culliford, Steve Polley N E-CA-HI HOLLYWOOD Alan Ladd ................ Shirley Temple Judy Garland ......... Frank Sinatra ......... 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Marshall Hogue June 14-Flag Day ........................... ................................................... J ames Reed September 3--Labor Day ........... .......... G lenn Floyd, Clara Scriven, Jauclyn Quarles October 31-Hallowe'en ....................................................................................... Lois Olson November 27--Thanksgiving Day ............ Jane Gorski, Dick Montgomery, Lois Mellor COMIC STRIP CHARACTERS Blondie ................................... ........i.......... ............ T .................. L a Vida Sturgis Dick Tracy ......................... ........... . .............. C harles DeS1mone Katzenjamrner Kids ............ ........... M r. Copson's Home Room Our Boarding House ..... .... ........................ M i ss Miller's Room Candy .......................................... ......................... S ondra Hamilton Maggie and Jiggs ........ ......... W innie and Bill Flash Gordon .............. .............. B ill Jamison Brick Bradford ........... ........... H arold Smith Fritzie Ritz ........... i.... .......... B e tty White Little King .......................... .......................... M r. Book Superman .................................. ............................ M r. Weide Terry and the Pirates ........ ......... lv Ir. McKee and 321 Nancy .......,.....,........................ ............ N ancy Lehman Little Annie Rooney ........ ...................... A nn Skuba Bugs Bunny ........................ .................. .................. ........ M a r tin Schwartz .1-l" on "After my uncle shaved yesterday he used fiour instead of talcum powder." "Why did he do that?" "I don't know, but when he gets hot now, he breaks out in biscuits." ".-111 on "My hair is coming out-what shall I get to keep it in?', "A paper bag." And now there is a new invention. A hollow piece of soap, so there won't be any useless little piece left over after people have used it. JZ X5 -:- 2- 43 H -:- -:- ? EXCLUSIVE L 3? 4- DISTRIBUTORS 'F' lc- + -FOR-- The e AIR-STEP 41- O PARADISE 41- -:NE-CA-HI STAFF I , Thqnkg o CARMELLETTE Lg. O HOLLYWOOD 4- + Its 4. sKOoTERs For Women Advertisers I L IL L E R .I 'U' -U' s 1-1 O E s 113 E. WASHINGTON ST. Zia- -:- -L Q 22- -:- -:- R DAFFYNIT ONS Chemist :-One who has acid eating right out of his hand. Hat :-An absurd idea a woman wears on her head. Radio Commentator :--A man with a keen Sense of rumor. Washington :-The place Where sound travels faster than light. Boots :-What a man wants to die in so he Won't Stub his toes when he kicks the bucket. Indian Squaw :--A Pistol Packing Mama with a rear gunner. Nothing :-What most people know more about tha nanyt hing else in the World. Truant Officer :-A talent scout for a reform school. Jack :-"Why, Bill! How did you get that black eye?" Bill :--"Well, yesterday, my girl asked what Betty Gable had that she didn't?--And I told her!" A AT LONG LAST I It happened during the rush for gasoline ration coupons, and the Scene was an American high School. The white-haired teacher at the table looked up and grinned at the man standing before her, applica- tion in hand. "Well", she said, "after all these years, I'm finally able to give you an 'A'!" SENIOR GARDEN Rose .......................... "Daffy" dill ................ Forget-me-not ................ Black-eyed Susan ........... Mountain Laurel .......... Hazel ................................ Pansy ........................... Shy Columbine ......... Baby's Breath .......... Love-in-a-Mist .......... Daisy ........................ Delphinium ......... Lilac .............................. Marigold ............................ Angel's Trumpet Bachelor-button ........... Sweet William ......... . .................................................... . FAVORITE HAUNTS Rice's ................... Gibb's .......................... Miss Miller's .......... Swing Lobby ......... Murphy's .................. Youngstown ........... Payless ................... Penn Theater ......... Shuttleworth's ................... Rose Abbod John Ross Carlene Godwin Laura Tempesta Ann Skuba Hazel Guy Rita Felice Lucille Ramunno Bob McLean Rosemary Factor Norma Valis Delphine Dudzensky Mildred Stevenson Bill Lukehart John Katakis Fred Rote Bill Monks Shirle Smith Rita Natale Gloria Stritzinger, Jack Fisher, Winnie Shaffer Eleanor Reynolds, Mary Louise Ward Bette McNeil Any boy from Study 4 Bob Gifford, Eddie John Bob Smith, Carl Sewald Rob Capitola, Herbie Mullen WaJert's Drug store ......... ......................................................................... T heresa Wagert joseph bet johnnie ka ralph shin ter her virginia bund geor jim demo J eanne culliford I ne mazzei T y finch T akis E r R y audino B ie mullen U ri G e drake S BETTER LOOK INTO THIS Lives of great men oft remind us, As we o'er their pages turn, That we, too, may leave behind us, Letters that we ought to burn. WHERE ARE YOU FROM? A Red Indian of considerable culture was engaged to play a part in a Hollywood film. One day, while he was in the studio awaiting in- structions, a film star approached him with the idea of showing a little consideration for the 'fpoor savage." ' "Well," said the film star kindly, "how do you like our city?" "Fine, thank you," replied the Red Indian, "how do you like our country? " ODE OF LAMENT God gave the pig A mighty snout With which to dig And root about. And claws like iron He gave the mole With which to burrow And dig his hole. But God forgot In the human riggin' To provide a tool For foxhole diggin'. Animals are superior to human beings. There are thirty horses in a race and fifty thousand people go to see it, but put fifty people in a race and not one horse would go to see it. Professor:-"Don't you know the difference between ammonia and pneumonia?" Medical Student :-"Sure, one comes in bottles and the other in chests." There was a young lady named Mildred, Who really was quite bewildered. She had ordered some sand, But they brought her some land, And said, "Here, it isn't yet filtered." "Mother", cried Mary, as she rushed into the house, "Henry wants the Listerine. He's just caught the cutest black and white animal, but he thinks its got halitosisf' Joe:-"I've got a pet pig-I call him Waterman." Jim :--"Is that his real name?" Joe :-"No, that's his pen name." AT THE CINEMA I"ll Be Seeing You ........ Thunderhead ................ Ball of Fire ........................ Bring on the Girls ............. A Song to Remember .......... Anchors Aweigh ................. Can't Help Singing ............... Since You Went Away ........... The Conspirators ................ ......... Music for Millions ................... Tall in the Saddle ................................. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling ......... Step Lively ............................................. To Have and Have Not ............... Alexander's Ragtime Band .......... ................................... Here Come the WAVES .......... ......... Between Two Women .................. The Very Thought of You ............ Madame Curie ................................ Cover Girl ....................., Practically Yours ............... Laura ................................................. Two Girls and a Sailor . ....... .. The Doughgirls End of the Roadgiliiiiilziiliiiimi Gentle Annie ............ Going My Way Lost in a Harem ......... Men on her Mind .......... My Buddy ..................................... My Gal Loves Music ............ The Navy Way .................... Swing Hostess ................... What a Blonde ...................... Hollywood Canteen .............. Main Street After Dark .......... Career Girl ............................. Winged Victory ......... Three Caballeros ........... Forever Yours ............. Let's Go Steady .......... Blonde Fever ......................... This Man's Navy ..................... Woman in the Window ......... She Gets Her Man .................. Here Come the Co-Eds ............ Big Noise ....................................... Days of Glory .................. Casanova Brown ........... June Skuba Nickie Quarto Veronica Sojack Albert Fiacco Class Day Song Paul Duda Tommy Joseph Pat Shira Mr. Weide's Home Room Band Betty Hileman Jerome McCart Edith Master Bill 8: Winnie Cussy's Band Virginia Ambrezewicz Bill Andrews Pat Smith Theresa Wajert Jane Yakowicz Johnny 8z Mary Laura McClelland Jack Campbell Home-Ec girls Dinner Dance Anne Glenn Flaugher Twins Bob McLean Margie Horner Marie Catone Bill Fisher Sondra Hamilton Jennie Wise June Young Lorraine Lee Bob Gifford Florence Yerkowich Tony DeAngelo Bunny, Bob, Bugs Aggie O'Connor Chuck Lepply Trevor Taylor Sam Kelly Alice Zarlinga Joan Cox Loretta 8a Phil Steve Wasilewski High School Days Alex Sansone How How How How How How Now Maintaining a cheerful disposition ........ I COULD WRITE AN ESSAY ON - - to keep my home room quiet ...................................................... to be insignificant ................................ to to to to to get along in life ......................................... get into an argument .................................................................. be popular with the opposite sex ....................,............... get through P. O. D. class without studying ........... "Mickey" ll ..................................... .................... ...... ........ How How How to be seen though short ................. .... to giggle .................................. to whistle ................................................... My aversion to night-work ............,........... Q How How to give a successful recitation ............. to ice skate .................................................................... Mr. McKenzie Julius Johnson Mr. Margraf Danny Picutta Walter Martin . Bill Andrews Mildred Ritty use cosmetics ................................. ......................................................... Mary Jane Gibbons Dot Sokevitz Rita Felice Joanne Rapson Don Kelly Gertrude Mikus Oleta Kirk Betty Hileman une Skuba Carlene Godwin How to use bleaches and dyes successfully .......... How to be faithful ................................................................. ........... Out of sight, out of mind ............................. What to do when HE comes home ........... How How How How How How to keep your man ................................... to look like Aggie O'Connor ........ to teach Chemistry ........................... .... Carol Irwin Pat Shira Ruth Lenz Eleanor Rozak Miss Merrilees to be "sweet and lovely" .............. .................... J oanne Gilkey to win an oratorical contest ........ .... , ...... A rchiemae Jackson to attract men .............................................. ........................... A nn Keyso My troubles in plane geometry class ......... .... Marjorie Flynn Grace Wolford My radio care er ......................................... ....... ...... . ........ .... . How How How to make love .............. ............. I put my hair up ........... ........... to be agreeable ........ .............................................. ................. IDENTIFICATION Angelo "Romeo" Florence Yerkowicz Shirley Webber British Sentry :-"Halt . . . Who goes there?"' Soldiers :-"British soldiers." British Sentry :-"Pass, British soldiers." British Sentry :-"Halt . . . Who goes there?" Soldiers :-"Free French soldiers." British Sentry :-"Halt . . . Who goes there?" Soldiers :-"Who-the-heck wants to know?" British Sentry :--"Pass, American soldiers." L-. w 211.1 -- NOT BITING An old cowboy went to the city and registered at a hotel for the first time in his life. The clerk asked him if he wanted a room with run- ning water. "Gwash, no!" the cowboy yelled, "What do trout? " you think I am, a Sgt. :-" Pvt. :-" Sgt. :-" Q TIME IN THEIR HANDS What are you two rookies doing?" Oh, we're carrying these boards over What boards?" Pvt. :-"Gosh, Sam, we forgot the boards!" NOTHING NEW to the lumber pile Susie Q:-"Could I 'see the captain?', First Mate :-"He's forward, Miss." Susie Q:-"Oh, that's all riht. I've been out with high school boys." ilu- an Guy :-"Say the words that will make me happy the rest of my life." Girl :-"Okay, stay single." - ." -- Sentry at Post Gate :-"Are you leaving the grounds?" Soldier:-"Of course. Do you think I'm going to take 'em with me?" -n -Tl....l-l First Rookie :-"Why do bees buzz?" Second Rookie :-"You'd buzz too, if somebody took your honey and nectar." up 1l4n1"i Corporal Blake :-"I see substitutes are common in Germany Corporal Snyder :-"Yes, even the wool that Hitler pulls over their eyes is cotton." 1 as Teacher :-"This is the third time you forget your orders. Don t you ever remember a thing?" Student :-"Yes, sir. I remembered I forgot." T-l"1 ns "You say your father's a general, a major, and a rear admiral? demanded the school teacher. "That is impossible." "You're wrong, teacher," replied the student. "My dad's a movie actor." -lT1"- .-. on Zoot Suit 2-A droop drape worn by a gyp drip. Nazis :-Europeans who have violent distaste for Patton medicine. Woman:-Generally speaking, is generally speaking. Marriage:-The greatest cause of divorce. Grass Widow :-The wife of a dead vegetarian. REMEMBER WHEN - - We iirst went to Physics class and quietly sat waiting for the bell, when suddenly the lights went on. Jerry Bonner, in an attempt to enrich his mind, asked, "Mr. Margraf, what made the lights go on?" Herb Mullen, the know-all, turned to him and uttered, "The electricity !" The day that "Slug" Reeves declared that Robert Louis Stevenson was a dope fiend? Miss McClaren asked Bob Sowash for a description of an Eliza- bethan gentlemen and after five minutes of coaxing he repeated his muttered answer, "A wolf! Bill Black went for a stroll on the third floor ledge? The HZSO, that was mixed with the ink in the Chem Lab? That's one way of making perforated paper The smell of hydrogen sulfide all over the school on those certain days? Last March when Mr. Brown had his private fire drill ninth period? Mr. McKee had a smile on his face? The boredom of class was relieved by watching the squirrels? J. Bonner had to light a Bunsen Burner in Physics class to keep from freezing? We had study periods in the basement main hall when the painter ousted us? Joan Cox had nothing to say? fWe can dream, can't well The third period that Mr. Copson didn't say, "This room is a hulla baloo." Miss Riddle, in second period English class cried :-"Oh Shaw! Shaw!" George Drake, Bill Andrews, Bill Fisher, pitched pennies to Miss Sample? Mr. Perrine Celectronics demonstration Jreferred to Mr. Shaffer as the "White-Haired Gentleman on the left? Rosemary Factor and her B. F. didn't cuddle? Steve Wasilewski and Alex Sansone didn't have a floor show for the children in school? We were out at sea-the boat was rolling and rocking something awful. One sailor got pretty sick and he was leaning over the rail The sailor regarded the captain a minute and said :-"Watch Bob :-"What's another word for 'throat'? Carol :-"Neck" Bob :-"Thanks-I don't mind if I do Not too shy, not a wolf Not too friendly, not aloof Not too smart, but not a goof! 77 97 7 9 ,Y The captain came along and said :--"You can't be sick here." 77 9? !! 7 AUTOGRAPHS J AU OGA fo l AUTOGRAPHS ,iff l . l,


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