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

 - Class of 1946

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We lived through a War which was not of our making, though it became our responsibility. We prefer the way of peaceg we cherish our priceless heritage of freedom and hold dear the blessings of liberty. We know that in America freedom and liberty have reached their highest plane, and we pro- pose to preserve the principles which made them possible. We dedicate ourselves to the preservation of the American ideal of democracy through which mankind has achieved his greatest dig- nity. We shall devote our energies and abilities to the end that man may live in peace, and that never again shall such sacrifices as we have witnessed be necessary for the preservation of our nation. ,FQ ll' 4:2 X O if lllll lll MR. ARTHUR C. BROWN DEDICATION In sincere appreciation to one who has been so kind and understanding, and who has patiently guided us through our high school life, We, the January Class of 1946, dedicate our year book to MR. ARTHUR C. 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Mills Margaret Montgomery Mary Long Mullen N. P. Nelson H. Elizabeth Parker Joe F. Replogle Genevieve Riddle Mary G. Riifer Viola H. Sadler Oscar J. Sheaifer Reba E. SiI16S l f 1 p4 Q M 0 P4 0 M o P4 o u 9 P4 Q P4 o P4 Q P4 Q 'J M N o P4 Q P4 Q M o P4 o P4 Q M o M o P4 Q M Q V u N o P4 0 P4 Q P4 0 P4 Q P4 Q P4 9 P4 Q P4 9 P4 o M o P4 4 P4 9 M Q P4 Q V u We 0 M W P4 Q M N N 5 M N N W W N W N W N 9 V P4 we 0 u Q P4 o M Q n Q P4 Q M Q M Q P4 o P4 9 M Q P4 o V n P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 0 P4 0 P4 9 P4 9 P4 O P4 0 P4 8 P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 9 P4 Q P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 0 P4 9 P4 9 P4 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 Q P4 O V Q Mona Sowash Ralph D. Spears Helena Stevenson Charlotte A. Taylor l George F. Thomas Joseph Thompson Mary E. VanDiVort Ruth Wallace wig. ,VV A - 5 1 ':, e 45 .fl .ff gfai-sf' Qi" si-f ZLL: Ralph L, Weide Virginia Wei11S0h9I1k Helen R. Westlake Dorothy Young Geraldine Fry QClerkJ Lela G. Moorhead CClerkJ C5 GQ, w QQ, Eb an gi ff. w.,h,, wi. - '- F35 n,' 'Y5 L ,rw .,,'- ..- I T, 4 x mf . ,' 77 F AMN A ' 'N ELM -.hh-N , v H .,.. ...... , SC Q - , - " N --N iii A-- - A , H 7 5 547i -.,, ' CBT H L: D RH L W1 V B' l CLASS OFFICERS THOMAS WILLIAM FLETCHER "Fletch" . . . swell kid . . . every- body's pal . . . Peggy?? . . . future doctor . . . athletics . . . "Oh, girls, what a physique" . . . shy person- ality . . . What more could a girl ask? ANN ELIZABETH GREEN "Ann" . . . wants to be a psychia- trist . . . horseback riding . . . 'boy- friend?? . . . we wish we knew . . . chocolate frosts-yum, yum!! . dislikes hospitals. WILLIAM WALLACE, Jr. "Bill" . . . Seen Bi1l's list of ac- tivities? . . . Take a gander, Chum, and remember this: Class officer, editor of Ne-Ca-Hi Annual, all around swell guy-that's our "Bill." ROBERT HOYLAND "Bob" . . . our "money man" . . . Ohhhh Youngstown . . . neat World Series game at Chicago, wasn't it, Bob? . . . "Injun" hair- cut. , V AMELIA MARIE ABRAHAM "Abbie" . . . likes swimming, dancing, horses, and movies . . . ambition-private secretary . . someone to tell your troubles to . . . "Polynaise". LORENE DOLORES ABRAHAM "Renee" . . . always obliging . . .. loves to roller-skate . . . ambition is to be a nurse . . . likes boys . . . afraid of men! FRED ANTHONY ADAMO "Cabbage" . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . loves school . . . "Oh, yes!" . . . wine, . ............... , song . . . "The Mahoning'townKid" . . . ambition- pilot . . . "Burr and Cabbage", in- separable. DEMETRIO ANTONELLI "Demat" . . . can't make up his mind about girls . . . wants to attend college . . . "Army Bait . . . would rather eat and sleep . . . U. S. History and Miss Calvin are his favorites. n 946 JANUARY JOHN CHARLES AUDINO "Bimbo" . . . football fan . . . just "adores" gym . . . "Embrace- able You" . . . fast dealer . . . hopes for Naval career. DALE MORT BARTSCH Beware of the black streak . . . "Fast and Loose" . . . carefree in his Hudson . . . good guy . . . gas station attendant . . . pool shark. DOROTHY BELANCIN "Dot" . . . Steve . . . likes parties . . . "A closed mouth catches no Ries" . . . He who gets her will get the best. A. MARGRETA BERGMAN "Red" . . . seldom heard but----! . . . ambition-artist . . . likes music, bowling, red and green . . hates mustard and onions . . . likes to give readings. BETTY LOU BINTRIM "Betty" . . . Works at Strouss' . . . loves onions Hand horseback riding . . . "If I Loved You" by Perry Como. IVAN BIXLER "Bix" . . . sports fan . . . "The A. T. and S. Fe" . . . likes ice cream at Land's Dairy . . . Betty Grable . . . dislikes all other women . . . ambition-gentlemen of fortune. J A N U A R Y BETTY BLEWITT "Blew" . . . full of pep . . . tap dances . . . cheerleader . . . "There I Said It Again" . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . Van Johnson . . . likes potato soup . . . Chautauqua Lake. DONALD BOAK "Don" . . . brains of the Senior A class . . . quiet and easy going . . . expert pool player . , . likes his car and Del . . . destined to be a woman hater'??'? . . . ambition . . . to be a professor. O JOAN MARIE BOBER "Blue Eyes" . . . likes Irene and Frank . . . hangs out at Irene's house . . . "Til the End of Time" . . . likes to write letters . . . dis- likes bleached blondes . . "It's pretty tough!!-T. S." HARLEY BURTON BOWMAN "Bow" . . . often found at Betty's house . . . boss of east side gang . . . very fond of football . . . a very careful driver??? . . . am- bition-to buy a new car. EARL BROWN "Nimble Fingers" . . . A wizard at painting . . . likes to play bas- ketball and baseball . . . Il fiend around the girls . . . likes 'em all . . . ambition-to become a great artist. MARY LOUISE BRUNTON "Lulu" . . . favorite branch is Navy . . . wonder why??'! . . . likes beautiful clothes and jewelry . . . everyone's friend . . . seldom found at home . . . likes to have a good time . . . who doesn't? MARTHA BUNTMAN "Mushie" . . . the quiet, shy type ? 'Z ? . . . hates all men, es- pecially service men ? ? ? . . . fa- vorite subject is U. S. History . . . likes dancing and roller skating. LUCY HELEN I. BURGESS "Red" . . . a very accomplished vocalist . . . everyone's pal . . . always smiling . . . "Oh boyl! Spaghetti and meatballs!" . . . wants to continue her musical study at Oberlin. MARY GILLILAND BUTZ "Mary" . . . Navy . . . Ne-Ca-Hi won't be the same without her . . . beautiful blonde . . . Spanish, why? . . . "Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe" . . . big thick steaks . . . "Oh, you dope!" LOUISE CALABRESE "Lou" . . . small and cute . . . likes to wear short skirts . . . very bashful around boys . . . crazy about "Fox" . . . ambition-to find a husband. 1946 ELEANOR MABEL CALDWELL Talks a lot . . . hay rides . . . always out of town . . . works at New Castle Store . . . teacher's pet!?! . . . ambition-undecided. JAMES WILLIAM CANAN "Jim" . . . "Lover" . . . one of the many Senior 'Brains' " . . . busy as a bee . . . grand guy . . . future husband of "Guess Who?" . . . the personality kid. DOROTHY JEAN CANDIOTA "Dot" . . . the quiet type . . . a natural blonde . . . sweet as sugar . . . which will it be, George or Paul? . . . plans on becoming a beautician. NORA CAPAROULA "Cap" . . . her big thrill--Ralphl . . . likes everything except History and book reports . . . spends most of her time writing to her soldier boy . . . ambition-farmer's wife. 1946 JANUARY ANNE CARROLL "Ohhh, Bob !" . . . the hashful type??? . . . Math marvel and super athlete . . . Slippery Rock, liere she comes . . . future teacher of Phys. Ed. AUDREY CASBURN "Aud" . . . our pride and joy of the Senior band . . . what's the big attraction in Canada. Audrey'!? . . . just crazy-about hot music . . . future??? You'd be surprised!! THEODORE CASTELE "Ted" . . . a nice person to know . . . often seen talking to Jean . . . likes to go "dear" hunting . . . a grand pal . . . ambition--German professor. BEVERLY ANN CHAFFEE "Bev" . . . spends most of her time in the moviesvsighing at Gregory Peck . . . first class base- ball fan . . . a tiny, old-fashioned miss. WILLIAM CHALMERS "Bill" . . . likes lots of things, but especially a cute little miss named Doris . . . swell disposition and wonderful pal. MARY CHRISTOS "Mary" . . . just loves men, money, and clothes--well, do you blame her? . . . music fan who gets really dreamy over "Stardust". l P4 M N N N N N N N W N N H N N N N N N N N N A M W N W H N N N N N N O S Q V E N W Z N O E A N N 9 I4 N N N M O U P1 4 V DC N 5 Il N A N N M N N H 9 V V V P4 4 V V D4 Q V 5 V P1 N Q U V V V V U U V V V V U V iii 19 V H M N N N N A N W Z N N N N N 5 V U P4 P W li D4 Q U D4 JANUARY GLADYS LOUISE COLES "Louise and Ginny" . . . the in- separable pair . . . quiet as a mouse in school, but outside-Oh, Brother! . . . baby blue eyes . . . sweet seventeen. GABRIEL CONTI "Gabby"-pride of the Air Corps -wants to be a lawyer . . . able to talk his way in or out of any- thing . . . screwball deluxe . . . Uwhatta' line" . . . hobby-putting people into a good humor. SHIRLEY COOK "Cookie" . . . cute. neat, and also sweet . . . likes art, ice skating, dancing, and men . . . ambition- interior decorator . . . LMI! fhumlj CHARLES MAURICE COOLEY "Chuck" . . . swell guy . . . he'll be missed on graduation day . . . not the loudest creature on earth, but he does all right. CLAYTON COTTON "Clayty" . . . tall timber . . . the Gary Cooper type . . . thinks working is an unnecessary evil . . . ringleader of those 107 clambnkes . . . "It wasn't me, Miss Kerr- honest!" BERNARD EUGENE COWDEN "Bernie" . . . Hillcrest Avenue . . . "Polonaise" . . . one of the inseparable three . . . "Love me, my pet brunette, love me." . . . slick basketball player. EMMA UARDA CRAMER "Ardie" . . . clarinet whiz . . . "Dear Dick--" . . . everyune's pal . . . Rubert Brook's poetry . . . likes dill pickles and lemons . . always has a smile for everyone. MARJORIE CRAWFORD "Mickey" . . . Ed, Red, plus-- . . . on the beam . . . Our pin-up girl . . . Strouss's little Hatti Car- negie . . . ambition--art. MARY ADELINE CUGINI "Mary" . . . sweet and silent . . . bound to get by . . . likes it slow, soft, and dreamy . . . "Why Don't We Do This More Often ?" VIRGINIA THERSA CUMO "Ginger" . . . our pet brunette . . . "Dance With a Dolly" . . . sweeter'n candy . . . the dependable type . . . all around gal. 1946 x Q , ,W DONNA JEAN DAGNON "Donnie" . . . Angel?'Z'! . . . has beautiful blonde hair . . . pleasing personality and brains . . . likes music and "Guess Who" . . . am- bition-to be the boss's wife. BETTY JEAN DANGLE "Betty" . . . thinks East Side boys are wolves . . . silent type'Z?? . . . quite a gal . . . likes to dance, eat, and sleep . . . wants to be a good wife to someone like Van John- son. JAMES DONALD DAVELLI "Jim" . . . Oh, that curly, 'black hair . . . likes "beautiful things" . . . future druggist . . . everyone's friend . . . the Biology Kid . . . that Pepsodent smile. EDITH DAVISON "Edith" . . . some stuff . . . wovles' bait . . . "Don't under- estimate me, big boy!" . . . one of those luxurious blondes . . . out in public you'll see her yawn, but in the parlor-woo, woo!! 1946 JANUARY PAUL DECKER "Paul" . . . innocence is only skin deep . . . loves to roam the North Hill . . . Penn State . . . future engineer . . . "Boy, you can say that again." "Love 'em and leave 'em." EVELYN P. DeLILLO "Evy" . . . dancing . . . "Jim" Works at Payless Drug . . . loves fruit sundaes . . . pleasing per- sonality. ARLENE N. DeLORENZO "Dena" . . . loves to study, but certainly not school work . . . noisy and always giggling . . . likes males, especially men. JO SEPHINE DeMARCO "Jo" . . . "Sharp shape" . . . quiet . . . good cook . . . nice black hair . . . likes to swim . . . going to be a model. IRENE DERR "Butch" . . . good dancer . . . easy to please . . . who's Butch in Westfield that was "date bait" for Irene this summer? ANN M. DiCARLO "Sweet little Annie" . . . nice, but seems quiet . . . except when Dena's around . . . cute as a cookie . . . Payless Drug. JANUARY ROCCO EUGENE DOMINICIS "Roc" . . . noted for math the- ories . . . future men's apparel dic- tator . . . one of McCune's Jolly Boys . . . a super guy. CHARLES DONOFRIO "Link" . . . likes women and his old car . . . "Peck's Bad Boy" . . . censored . . . Gentleman of Leisure. HELEN IRENE DRUMHELLER "Honey" . . . likes men . . . loves football players . . . such language . . . "Art of Spaghetti Eating." FRED CHARLES DUFF, Jr. "Duffie" . . . neat dresser . . . "Yi!!" . . . such sharp sweaters . . . reckless driver . . . loves women ibut who doesn't?J NANCY ARLENE ELDER "Nan" . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . French fries . . . "Without a Song" . . . "The Voice" . . . Is it Dick or isn't it???? NORMA VIRGINIA FAZZONE "Norm" . . . small and quiet??? . . . good things come in small packages . . . who will be her next flame? . . . will make someone a good wife. SAMUEL JOSEPH FLORA "Sam" . . . marvel at football and dancing . . . "Begin the Be- guine" . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . . our future admiral . . . "All the time". JOHN ALBERT FORD "Cadillac" . . . Anne, huba, huba, huba! . . . the "Brain" . . . flashy ties . . . swell fellow . . . figures lmath, of coursel . . . chicken dinner . . . sharp wit . . . ambition -Diesel Engineer. MARY CATHERINE FORD "Mary" . . . what does Pittsburgh have? . . . shy personality . . . chewing-gum fiend . . . Wayne? goes for onion sandwiches and dancing. BEVERLY FOX "Bev" . . . thinks Bob's pretty sharp . . . Navy . . . future Bell Telephone employee or housewife . . . loves to dance . . . found at Kirk's. 194 ANTHONY JAMES FRASSO "Fraz" . . . jive artist . . . "Well, say there !" . . . likes women, women, and more women . . . "C'mere, Baby." . . . snazzy dresser . . . dislikes people opposing Frasso . . an OK boy. JOSEPH THOMAS GABRIEL "Ace" . . . senior artist . . . truck driver . . . likes smooth music and a good time . . . fascinated by drums . . . crazy about dancing . . . New Life Lunch. JAMES SAMUEL GARBERRY "Jim" . . . our football hero . . . likes anything "sweet" . . . Swing Lobby . . . ladies' man . . . future architectural designer. ANNA LOU GENERAL "Little Lu Lu" . . . ambition-to be a famous artist . . . ice cream and cake . . . Perry Como . . . tiny bit of sweetness. 946 J A N U A R Y SYLVIA MARY GRAZIANI "Syl" . . . likes to swim and ice skate . . . found at Neisner's foun- l tain . . . "There, I Said it Again" . . . "Reggie" . . . full of pep N . . . "Force on the Ball" . . . "Red". ESTHER RUBY GREGORY "Dimples" . . . sweet and demure . . . choir . . . Alex . . . spit curl deluxe , . . tomatoes . . . "Always" . . . hopes to be a nurse or house- wife. MAXINE GROCE "Max" . . . pretty blond . . . Steve's her one-and-only??? . . . sharp figure . . . Swing Lobby . . . "Stardust" . . . neat dresser . . . sweet personality. BARBARA ANN HARCAR "Harkie" . . . Chuck . . . conga red lips . . . "Honest" and "Geez" . . . meathall sandwiches . . . "The Walk" . . . she says she's going to be a nurse. RUTH MAXINE HARTMAN "Ruthie" . . . Air Corps . . . "Bob" and "Paul" . . . "spaghetti and French fries" . . . dislikes being called "Betty" . . ."I'll Buy That Dream" . . . class of '46's swimming instructor. EARL HERBERT HAWK "I-Iawkie" . . . super guy . . . Lois Ann . . . "Bridie" couldn't live without him . . . vim, vigor, and vitality . . . a Naval Air Corp hopeful. ,, 1 0 P4 O P4 Q P4 O V P4 A O P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 A O P4 9 P4 0 P4 9 P4 9 P4 6 P4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 0 P4 0 P4 9 P4 O P4 Q P4 Q P4 Q P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 0 P4 6 P4 O P4 9 V P4 M Q n 0 P4 0 va 4 M Q P4 9 M 9 M o V P4 N 9 V va 9 P4 9 V H Q M 0 u 4 P4 Q P4 N 5 V P4 N N 9 V H W N N A N A gc M li N 9 V P4 5 M N W 0 V E N o V N N Q V H Q E 0 V V E N 0 H N N fa W 3 N N Q V N N W N N W Q V JANUARY COSTAS H. HAZIMANOLI E "Gus" . . . they don't come any 3 better . . . remember those Senior B days . . . ambition-theater owner . . . likes a moon, soft music, and N that girl . . . "Hey, boy!" WILLA MAE HILLIARD "Willie" . . . boys . . . "Tell us another joke" . . . gum, gum, and more gum . . . hangs out at Peo- ples' or Cluttons'. SIDNEY HIRSH "Greenstreet" . . . a jovial student . . . the Canadians love him . . . what's wrong with them??? . . . Mr. Sheaffer's most excellent student . . . peaches and pickles . . . gives odds on anything. THOMAS HOPKINS "Hop" . . . never a dull moment . . . "Can you spare it?" . . . Isaly's . . . army . . . records . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . crazy songs . . . "Anybody got a cigarette?" . . . files his I. O. U.'s . . . wants to be a playboy. GLENN LINDEN HOSCHAR "Dead Pan Hackett" . . . watch out for the speedy little Buick . . . likes "Jeen" and late hours . beware of this soldier. girls. DARLENE HOYLAND "Proxie" . . . Norm . . . full of pep . . . personality plus . . . "Laura" and "There's No You" . . . spaghetti and meat balls . . . am- bition-Norm, of course. KENNETH HUDDLE "Kenny" . . . gym, his specialty . . . neat dresser . . . likes Count Basie . . . demon with a pool cue. JUANITA MAE JARVIS Swell girl . . . very attractive . . . easy to get along with . . . every- body's pal . . . pastime-laughing. EDITH MARIE JAY "Pete" and "Pat" make quite a pair . . . banana splits . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . Army Air Corps always. FREIDA JOHNS "Freddy" . . . Jack . . . neat . . . had a good time in Massachusetts . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . Benny Goodman . . . short story writers. wg- 1946 THEDOSIA JOHNSON Quiet . . . a good commercial student . . . attractive . . . brief laugh . . . busy as a bee at all times . . . gay and contented. GRACE RUTH KISH Earl . . . Binghamton, New York . . . chicken and mashed potatoes . . . dislikes driving slow . . . likes brunettes with blue eyes. RUTH EDYTHE KRAMER Anybody want to dictate my short- hand to me?'! . . . gets nothing else done . . . movies . . , Vaughn Monroe . . . likes ice skating . . . ambition-to be her own boss. FRANCES THERESA KRESOWATY "Fanny" . . . a really grand gal . . . pretty and sweet . . . all "reet" by us . . . grand personality. 946 JANUARY PEGGY LEE LAMOREE "Peg" . . . some kid . . . likes everything . . . dislikes nothing . . . everybody's Dal . . . Form??'! . . . Senior Pin-up . . . "There, I Said It Again". ROBERT DANIEL LINZ "Bob" . . . thinks watching women is divine-that's all the far- ther it goes, or is it? . . . cool as a cucumber-ion the surface.D FREDERICK THOMAS LIPP "Lippy" . . . Cozy Corners . . . baseball star . . . ardent poker player . . . future president of Bell Telephone Company . . . wants to be a P. G. ENID LORRAINE LOMBARDI "Dark Eyes" . . . beautiful black hair . . . pleasing personality . . . likes painting and nice clothes . . . crazy about men . . . favorite sport is bowling . . . likes dancing . . . "For corn's sake!" SHIRLEY EILEEN LOY "Shay" . . . Jack, Jack, Jack!!! . . . hot fudge sundaes and Smith's Dairy . . . Navy . . . Count Basie . . . wants "O, Promise Me" played at her wedding . . . "kee-bird." JOSEPH FINDLEY LUTZ "Joe" . . . Lutz and his harem . . . VVayne King . . . can consume a quart and a half of ice cream . . . likes to think of his trip to Oregon . . . ambition-to be a "Country Gentleman". JANUARY VERA LOUISE MANCINI Navy fan . . . likes French fries . . Harry James . . . thinks Bogie is a ree-al man! . . . "Stardust" . . , "Score". MAXINE ELIZABETH MANTZ "Mac" . . . Bill . . . Navy . . . Tommy Dorsey . . . "Smile Awhile" . . . ambitionfto be a nurse . . . Shirley 8: Mac-a couple of queens. EVALINE MASTERS Quiet type . . . reads a lot . . . could write books about her work at Axe's . . . "Honey, I'm in Love With You" . . . ambition-to be a missionary. MARJORY ELSIE MAXWELL "Max" . . . cheerleaders, Rah, Rah, Rah! . . . always on the go . . . the lady in white . . . loves chicken . . . Vaughn Monroe . . . "I'll See You in My Dreams" . sends her out of this world. DOROTHY IRENE McFEATERS "Dot" . . . everyone's friend . . . likes chicken . . . lives in the movies . . . excels in Biology . . . our picture taker . . . ambition- to be a nurse. EDWIN MERRITT McQUISTON "Ed" . . . Nancy . . . Savoldi's . . . plays basketball in front of 434 Boyles Avenue . . . likes guns . . . stars in P. 0. D.??? PAULINE ELIZABETH MINICK Very quiet . . . cute . . . Tom is doing quite well, isn't he, Pauline? , . . "Night and Day" . . . T. D .... set up a peanut stand. ANGELINE MONTES "Corky" . . . future secretary . , . tall, dark, and handsome KJ. GJ or tall, sweet, and fair CJ. MJ YY? DORA MORALDI "Cupid Doll" . . . dimples . . . perfect housewife . . . Lucky guy! . . . always smiling . . . "on the ball." ETHEL DELORES MORGAN "Sissy" . . . "I'll get an 'E"' . . , Oh, Van Johnson . . . a per- fect lady . . . long, curly tresses . . . destined to be a manhater'Z?? 194 WILLIAM E. NELSON "Willy" . . . second Iturbi . . . likes dancing, girls, and German . . . a platinum blonde . . . "Don't be like that.!!" SOPHIE NIARCHOS Future doctor . . . good scout . . . stand up for your rights, woman! . . . likes chorus, chemistry, and redheads . . . Navy. ELIZABETH ANN NORRIS "Liu" . . . quiet and lovable . . . will make some man very happy . . . Giggle puss . . . senior pin-up. JAMES PADULA Future football star . . . likes chewing gum, sports, and school??? . . . dislikes wine, women, and song . . . fha, ha!! 1946 JANUARY CHARLES PAGLIALONG "Chasmo" . . . Track star . . . Joe's best friend . . . favorite sub- ject!-P. O. D.? . . . doesn't have a care in the world 1-we wonder why??? FRANCES PAGLIALONG "Frannie" . . . dizzy blonde . . . quiet and sweet . . . perfect little dressmaker . . . pin-up girl of Home Ec. ANN RITA PAGLIARO Perfect driver??? . . . future housewife . . . loves school, princi- pals, teachers, etc., fhumj . . . always chewing gum. ANNAROSE PALUMBO "Butch" . . . future lab technician . . . Latin star??'l . . . baby blue eyes . . . nurse's aide . . . health room. JOSEPH D. PAOLONE "Jo Jo" . . . fond of sports, girls, and school??? . . . happy-go-lucky . . . best friend of "Chasmo". DOLORES JEAN PATTERSON "Dolly" . . . Murphy's future manager . . . Lucky sailor . . . very studious . . . quiet. Psi' Q n 9 n Q D1 Q D1 9 PI 4 P4 0 u o V M 4 P4 A A 6 w D4 6 I4 6 w D1 A 4 w v P4 A A 6 P1 A A A A 0 A A A D A 6 D1 A r A A A 9 I1 6 D1 A 9 P4 A 6 w P1 A 9 w P1 A 6 w D4 6 P1 0 I4 O bl A 6 w PQ A A 6 P1 A A A A P A A A 9 w A A A A A A A A 9 w w 71 A A A w P4 A A A A 6 P1 A A 6 w w v bl 9 D4 A A A A A A 3 JANUARY ELIO PECORARO "Alleyoop" . . . interested in music . . . likes sports . . . everyone's friend . . . a strict worrzafn l1.ate'r'??? VIVIAN LOUISE PHILLIPS Future housewife . . . likes sewing best of all . . . spends most of her time reading iespecially in P. O. D. classl. LOIS G. PITNOFF "Gert" . . . quiet . . . always friendly . . . working . . . favorite subject-Physics . . . "Help me with my Trig, Boys!" LAWRENCE R. PITZER "Larry" . . . fast double talker . . . "Squirrel" . . . very witty . . . drives a five-cylinder Buick 8 . . . "What would you rather do--or fish ?" DELBERT H. PORTER "Del" . . . future doctor . . . Don's best friend . . . very studious chap? . . . wants to enlist . . . "Quite so !" PATRICK A. PREISEL "Pat" . . . black, wavy hair . . . any night with Edith . . . Irish Lullaby . . . never backed out of a good scrap . . . talks with Miss Kerr were his specialty. FLORENCE A. QUINT "Tedale" . . . gracious, vivacious, and loquacious . . . ardent football fang and, might we add, a very lovely queen . . . wonder why she likes football so much??? ROBERT S. RICHARDS Blackie" . . . quiet, likeable . . . likes any and all sports . . . fa- vorite subject-'1'rig??'!-he is a lone wolf. MARY ELLEN ROBINSON "Mary Ellen" . . . an attractive, honor student . . . popular and nice to know . . . dependable person. A. ELAINE ROWE Likes to dance and swim . . . likes Shcnango boys . . . an ardent football fan . . . Lucky '36'. l94 AMELIO C. RUSSO Accomplished gymnast . . . never a dull moment . . . likes football and other sports . . . good dancer. JOSEPH P. SACCO "Lucky" . . . chases blues away . . . professor of double talk . . . crazy legs . . . girls beware . . . "Hey, Del, help me with my Latin." BERNARD R. SAINATO "Bernie" . . . so quiet you seldom know he is around . . . likes foot- ball, math, and physics . . . we wonder why Bernie is never with a girl?7 ARTHUR B. SAMUELS "Art" . . . loves steak . . . very likeable . . . mathematical genius . . . photographer . . . accomplished linguist'??? 946 JANUARY BETTY A. SANNER , "Betty" . . .found in 317, 3rd period . . . likes Woody Herman . . . the executive type . . . will run for Congress . . . works at Kroger's. PAULINE D. SANTANGELO "Peaches" . . . "Huba, huba, huba!" . . . ambitionfto be a nurse . . . very likeable girl. REYNOLD D. SANTANGELO "Fox" . . . nice dresser and neat hunk of man . . . does he really like Louise C.?'?? . . . or is there another? . . . hangout-The Shack. GERALDINE MARIE SARBO "Gerry" . . . short skirts . . . chews gum constantly . . . Lennie or Albe1't?? Or is it Lewie?? . . . future beauty operator . . . "Oh! Frankieln MARY JANE SBARRO "Janie" . . . when is Ray coming home? . . . works at Betty Gay . . . always laughing . . . very likeable. MICHAEL L. SCUNGIO "Mike" . . . hot on the drums . . . dancing . . . White Oaks . . . jitterbug fiend . . . future soldier. s 'Q w w w P4 O F A n Q v w P4 m n A O P1 0 P4 O I1 O P4 0 P1 O bl O P1 O P4 0 D1 O D4 O DQ O D4 0 P4 O P4 0 V4 9 D4 0 D4 O D4 O P4 6 D4 O P4 6 P1 Q P4 0 V P1 A O bl 0 il 0 P4 O P4 O P1 O D4 0 D4 5 P1 9 P4 O D4 0 V D4 34 Q P1 4 P4 o D1 Q Il o P1 o D1 0 P1 Q M Q D1 0 D1 o P4 Q P 0 D1 Q V 'J D4 94 o I4 o u o D4 o n 0 P4 o 54 0 D4 0 DQ o I4 Q D1 0 P4 o P4 o P4 0 D4 3' D4 N O D1 o I4 o n o n 0 V P 4 P A in lm m 4 l P i J 5 v 4 51 N 6 w w ' D I 9 w w F S E2 A 'Q' 4 JANUARY MARY ELIZABETH SHUTTLEWORTH "Pee Wee" . . . men . . . steak and French fries . . . wants to be a buyer! . . . "Begin the Beguinen by Artie Shaw . . . dancing. DARWIN H. SLOVON "Darwin" . . . our future Clark Gable . . . man about town , . . knows the shortest route to Youngs- town . . . Ya-ta-ta, Ya-ta-ta, same old line .... I oe Sacco's idol. VIVIAN LOUISE SMITH "Viv" . . . Al . . . smart as a whip and pretty, too . . . life com- plete-A1 home . . . didja' see her sparkler? . . . ambition--to be Mrs. Albert Leasure. MARIAN REGINE SOKEVITZ "Sokie" . . . the Hillsville Hill- billy . . . sings . . . what is it now, engagement?? . . . "Joe Retortil? Love that man l" PHYLLIS BARBARA SPENCER "Phil" . . . Mahoningtown sym- bol of health and happiness . . . quite talkative at times . . . rather eat than sleep . . . nice. PHILIP STACK "Pete" . . . tall, light, and hand- some . . . all around sportsman . . . stars in basketball and football . . . lover of animals, insects, and lolli- pops-not girls! EVELYN STEINMETZ "Tootie" . . . "Buss" . . . Army Air Corps . . . engaged . . . cute little trick . . . loves to dance . . . sweet and innocent??? . . . ambition to get to school on time. RONALD EDWARD ' STODDARD "Ronnie" . . . faster than Super- man . . . thrives on oysters and L. B., slave of the J. B .... chain smoker . . . College Algebra is his favorite subject!?l WILLIAM R. THROOP "Bill" . . . the hard-bound Re- publican . . . is the chief interest in Youngstown or New Castle? . . . pipe smoker . . . Bell Telephone official . . . too honest to be a politician . . . College Algebra?'Z? JAMES RUSSELL TINDAL "Jim" . . . likes hunting and bike rides . . . French fries and roast chicken . . . would rather stay single in high school! desinationw- South America. 1946 CHARLES L. TRUBY "Chuck" . . . future world builder . . . has abilities . . . bet a half!! . . . hates girls, but likes teachers, especially Miss Stevenson! MARY A. VANASCO "Mary" . . . Albert . . . Navy . . . wears a diamond . . . chews mlm . . . "The Blonde Sailo1"' . . . Louie Prima. MARY ALICE VIVIANO "Mary" . . . Quiet and charming . . . Loves school?'!7 . . . that's okay, Kid, keep up the vim and vigor, and your life will be a real success. LENA MAE VOGAN "Red" . . . Goin' to make some lucky fellow a good wife . . . cooks, sews, etc., with ease . . . not loud, and yet not too quiet-just the happy medium. 946 JANUARY WILLIAM H. WALLS "Bill" . . . whiz on the football field . . . pretty soft on a certain "Dot"-a Senior B .... very nice guy, rightl? NAOMI WARD Hcr smile's her fortune . . . gay, carefree, and just a gal of leisure, we'd say . . . full of Old Nick, and always keeps us in good spirits. ROWENA ELIZABETH WATKINS "Rowena" . . . often seen, but seldom heard . . . will be a little sorry to leave school?? . . . no more teachers, no more books, no more 1Loth.in'!!! CHERIE WEDDELL "Love that man!" . . . which man'?'Z . . . nice dimples, eh, boys'Z? . . . the "short" of the "long and short" team, Weddell and VVilliams . . . Ellwood or New Castle? CARL EUGENE WHITE, Jr. "Skip" . . . "Fr.oey with cars and gals-I'l1 take my bike !" blond, blue eyes, short, and a nice kid in any- one's language. NANCY JEAN WILLIAMS "Dimples" . . . tall, blonde, 'blue eyes, dimples . . . sounds okay, doesn't it, boys?'? . . . really went for those "Kay-dets" at Slippery Rock . . . likes short companions . . . "I-Iuba, Huba" . . . W 0 P4 0 D4 o M 0 V P4 Q V V U U V V U V V U V U V U U U U U V U U V V V V V V U V V V U V P4 9 U U P4 O U V U V V U P4 N 6 V P4 N N o P4 Q D4 o bl Q n 0 P1 o M Q P1 0 P1 o D4 N 0 bi o bl o D4 4 D4 Q P4 0 D4 0 vc 0 V P4 9 A A 6 P4 A A A Q w 5 A D A 6 w D4 Q P4 A Q P4 N 0 P4 9 P4 4 W D4 0 P4 0 P1 O v 4 I4 Q D1 Q v o D4 o v 0 D4 Q1 P4 o M 0 r ,. D4 Q P1 o bl o P4 Q D4 o P1 o P4 4 P4 o P4 0 u o D4 0 P4 N Q 4 E MARILYN WOODARD "Red" . . . have you seen her photo gal1ery?? especially soldiers . . . these annex boys are quite "aw1'eet", eh, Red? . . . thaffs okay, Kid, we love ya'. FRANK DANIEL ZACCARELLI, Jr. "Frank" . . . swoon-king of Type I, 317 . . . have you noticed his "undying attention" to Gerry S. lately in Business Correspondence? Across the aisle is too far away- he must sit in the same seat. 2,-Ig. -.,g.-Q., Z'--QI-Z' ", 54 " -.Q u 'TK X, fx: I 'G xt! SERVICE HONOR ROLL GABRIEL R. coN'r1 CHARLES M. cooLEY cosTAs H. HAz1MANoL1 GLENN L. HOSCHAR PATRICK PREISEL HONOR ROLL fThe following is an alphabetical list of the honor pupils of the class graduating January 15, 1946.5 Jesse Donald Boak .... Academic-Technical Mary Gilliland Butz .................. Academic James William Canan ................ Academic Roberta Anne Carroll. ................. .. Academic-Technical Theodore John Castele .................. Academic-Technical Shirley Louise Cook .................. Academic Donna Jean Dagnon ....... ........ A cademic James Donald Davelli ................ Academic Thomas William Fletcher .......... Academic John Albert Ford ...... Academic-Technical Ann Elizabeth Green ................ Academic Darlene Hoyland ........... . ...... Secretarial Ruth Edythe Kramer .............. Secretarial Sophie Niarchos ......................... Academic Dorothy Irene McFeaters .......... Academic William Earl Nelson ...................... Academic-Technical Lois Gertrude Pitnoff .................... Academic-Technical Betty Annie Sanner .................. Secretarial Mary Elizabeth Shuttleworth ........ Bookkeeping Delbert Hays Porter .................. Academic Arthur Barton Samuels ............. Academic Vivian Louise Smith ................ Secretarial William Davies Wallace, Jr ....... Academic 'kiri' AWARDS Prize offered by the New Castle News for general excellence in English during the high school course. -Won by JAMES CANAN Prize offered by the Lawrence County Bar Association to the senior with the highest rank in the four year Latin course. --Won by DELBERT PORTER Prize offered by the Daughters of 1812 for general proficiency in U. S. History during the high school course. -Won by DONNA DAGNON Prize offered by the Music Club for general excellence in music. -Won by WILLIAM NELSON Prize offered by the B'nai B'ri-th of New Castle to a Problems of Democracy student for good citizenship and for progress in the study of democracy. -Won by JAMES DAVELLI Prize offered by Bausch and Lomb Optical Company for progress in scientific studies. --Won by DONALD BOAK CLASS SONG fTo the tune "I Can't Begin To Tell You"J It seems our time to leave you Has come, so we must go. We'd love to stay, but that can never be We have to leave behind us The friends we've grown to know And class room fun with books and faculty We started in as sophomores- This class day was our aim- We spent three years at Ne-Ca-Hi, And now we're glad we came. So take our parting farewell, And in your memories fix THE JANUARY CLASS OF FORTY-SIX -By Larry Pitzer 9 55 S Q - ' bg - . ,..., 1 ' F' SENIOR ACTIVITIES THOMAS WILLIAM FLETCHER ACADEMIC Class President 1121 Class Basketball 1121 Victory Captain 1101 Hall Monitor 1111 Service Squad 1121 WILLIAM D. WALLACE, Jr. ACADEMIC Class Vice-President 111 Dofobs 1101 Football Programs 1121 Hi-Y 110-111 Swing Lobby 111-121 -121 Home Room Representative 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Office Squad 110-111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Victory Captain 1101 Junior Kiwanian 1121 ANN ELIZABETH GREEN ACADEMIC Class Secretary 11 1-121 Victory Captain 1101 Home Room Representative 1101 Football Programs 111-1 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 11.01 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff "Janie"' 1111 Senatus Romanus 111-12 Secretary 1121 Service Squad 111-121 ROBERT HOYLAND PRACTICAL BUSINESS Class Treasurer 1121 Victory Captain 1101 Hall Patrol 110-111 Student Guard 111-121 21 1 Home Room Representative 1121 Class Basketball 111-121 Usher 1111 Radio Club 1121 Service- Squad 1121 AMELIA MARIE ABRAHAM SECRETARIAL Business Efficiency 1121 LORENE DOLORES ABRAHAM GENERAL FRED ANTHONY ADAMO GENERAL Perfect Attendance 1101 Track 1101 Basketball 11 01 Hall Monitor 1111 Class Basketball 1121 Captain Football 110-1 1-121 DEMETRIO ANTONELLI PRACTICAL BUSINESS JOHN CHARLES AUDINO GENERAL Hall Patrol 1111 DALE MORT BARTSCH A GENERAL Class Vice-President 1101 Victory Captain 110-111 Office Squad 1101 Hall Monitor 1101 DOROTHY BELANCIN VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS A. MARGRETA BERGMAN ACADEMIC Dofobs 111-121 French Club 1101 G. A. C. 1101 A Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Home Room Representative 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-11-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff BETTY LOU BINTRIM SECRETARIAL Girl Reserves 1121 Service Squad 1111 IVAN BIXLER ACADEMIC P4 0 P4 O I1 O V4 0 D4 O D4 O D4 9 D4 O P1 0 P1 O D4 O P4 0 P4 9 P1 9 P1 O D1 A A O D4 O D4 O P4 0 P4 9 P4 O P1 O P4 Q i4 O bl 0 P1 O D4 O I4 O D4 O I1 O bi 0 P4 6 P4 O D4 0 P4 O P1 O D1 0 D4 O P4 O P4 6 D4 0 P4 O D4 O P4 O P1 0 bl O D1 0 D4 9 P4 0 D4 Q D1 0 D4 O D4 O P4 6 D4 0 D4 O D4 9 V4 O I4 0 P4 9 D4 A O D4 O P1 6 D1 O P1 6 P! O bl 6 74 O P4 A 9 V D4 Q P4 H o 'Zi 6 D1 O bl 0 bl O D4 O P4 O D1 6 D4 O N 5 P4 0 P4 0 D4 O D1 O D! 6 P4 Q D4 O P4 0 74 O D4 9 5 45 P4 5' V V sa N N 'I' V 31 9 V 56' D4 51 O 5 wa P4 S I4 A 9 D4 6 w 5.4 BETTY BLEWITT ACADEMIC Cheerleaders 110-11-121 Dofobs 1121 Football Programs 1111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Home Room Representative G. A. C. 110-111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Victory Captain 1101 "Clean Sweep" 1121 DONALD BOAK ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Home Room Representative1 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Victory Captain 110-111 Debate Club 1101 JOAN MARIE BOBER SECR ETARIAL HARLEY BURTON BOWMAN PRACTICAL BUSINESS A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Quartet 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 1111 EARL BROWN PRACTICAL BUSINESS MARY LOUISE BRUNTON ACADEMIC Dofobs 110-11-121 Vice-President 111-121 Treasurer 1121 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 111-121 Secretary 1121 "Janie" 1111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Student Council 1101 Victory Captain 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 1101 ':Clean SWeep"' 1121 MARTHA BUNTMAN PRACTICAL BUSINESS Football Usher 1121 LUCY HELEN I. BURGESS GENERAL A Cappella Choir 111-121 MARY GILLILAND BUTZ ACADEMIC Dofobs 1121 Football Programs 111-121 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 1101 1111 Home Room Representative 1101 "Janie" 1111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 "Clean Sweep" 1121 Student Council 111-121 LOUISE CALABRESE PRACTICAL BUSINESS 1041427 Football Usher 1121 ELEANOR MABEL CALDWELL PRACTICAL BUSINESS Girl Reserves 1 1.11 JAMES WILLIAM CANAN ACADEMIC Band 1101 Class Basketball 110-111 Student Council 111-121 German Club 111-121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Class Day Chairman Goal Post Staff 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staif 1121 Hi-Y 1101 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Dofobs 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi-Lites Staff 1121 Radio Club 1121 Service Squad 1101 DOROTHY JEAN CANDIOTA PRACTICAL BUSINESS Girl Reserves 1111 NORA CAPAROULA VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS ANNE CARROLL ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Camera Club 1101 G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 President 1121 Dofobs 1121 Victory Captain 1101 AUDREY CASBURN GENERAL Perfect,Attendance 1111 Girl Reserves 1121 Band 1121 Victory Captain 1111 G. A. C. 110-111 THEODORE CASTELE ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Athletic Manager 1111 German Club 111-121 Service Squad 110-111 Pre-Session Squad 1121 Usher 1111 Victory Captain 110-11-121 Swing Lobby 1121 Radio Club 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi-Lites Staff 1121 BEVERLY ANN CHAFFEE GENERAL WILLIAM CHALMERS GENERAL Dofobs 111-121 President 1121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Hi-Y 1101 MARY CHRISTOS GENERAL Perfect Attendance 110-111 Girl Reserves 1101 Victory Captain 111-121 Service Squad 110-111 GLADYS LOUISE COLES GENERAL GABRIEL CONTI TECHNICAL Band 110-11-121 SHIRLEY COOK ACADEMIC Magazine Chairman 1121 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Secretary 1121 Victory Captain 1101 "Janie" 1111 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 1121 Usher 1111 CHARLES MAURICE COOLEY PRACTICAL BUSINESS CLAYTON COTTON GENERAL Victory Captain 1121 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Hi-Y 110-111 BERNARD EUGENE COWDEN GENERAL Home Room Representative1 Track Manager 1121 Victory Captain 1111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Captain 1111 Class Basketball 110-11-121 10-11-121 Perfect Attendance 110-1 1-121 EMMA UARDA CRAMER ACADEMIC Home Room Representative Band 1121 Orchestra 110-11-121 MARJORIE CRAWFORD GENERAL G. A. C. 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 111-121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Dofobs 110-11-121 Victory Captain 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff MARY ADELINE CUGINI GENERAL VIRGINIA THERSA CUMO PRACTICAL BUSINESS DONNA JEAN DAGNON ACADEMIC Dofobs 1101 Debate Club 1101 Home Room Representative Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Senatus Romanus 111-121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 1121 BETTY JEAN DANGLE ACADEMIC Football Programs 110-111 G. A. C. 110-11-121 1121 110-111 JAMES DONALD DAVELLI ACADEMIC German Club 111-121 Home Room Representative 1111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Senatus Romanus 111-121 President 1121 Usher 110-111 Victory Captain 111-121 Perfect Attendance 1101 EDITH DAVISON VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS PAUL DECKER TECHNICAL Band 110-11-121 Hi-Y 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 1111 Home Room Representative 110-111 Office Squad 1101 Orchestra 111-121 Class Treasurer 1111 Track 1111 Class Basketball 1121 EVELYN P. DeLILLO PRACTICAL BUSINESS ARLENE N. DeLORENZO PRACTICAL BUSINESS JO DeMARCO VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 110-11-121 Home Room Representative 1111 IRENE DERR VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Home Room Representative 1101 ANN M. DiCARLO PRACTICAL BUSINESS Home Room Representative 1121 ROCCO EUGENE DOMINICIS TECHNICAL Home Room Representative 1111 Service Squad 1101 Class Basketball 1121 Hall Monitor 1111 Perfect Attendance 1111 CHARLES DONOFRIO PRACTICAL BUSINESS Hall Monitor 1121 Class Basketball 1121 HELEN IRENE DRUMHELLER GENERAL FRED CHARLES DUFF, Jr. GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Hi-Y 110-121 Hall Monitor 1101 Orchestra 1121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 "Clean Sweep" 1121 Rifle Club 1101 NANCY ARLENE ELDER GENERAL Girl Reserves 110-111 NO RMA VIRGINIA FAZZONE GENERAL Victory Captain 111-121 SAMUEL JOSEPH FLORA GENERAL Football 110-11-121 Track 1121 Hall Monitor 1111 Class Basketball 111-121 JOHN ALBERT FORD ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Class President 1111 Stage Squad 110-11-121 German Club 111-121 Class Historian Hi-Y 110-111 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Dofobs 110-111 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Hall Monitor 1101 Swing Lobby 111-121 MARY CATHERINE FORD PRACTICAL BUSINESS Rifle Club 1101 Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Radio Club 1121 BEVERLY FOX PRACTICAL BUSINESS A Cappella Choir 111-121 Radio Club 1121 ANTHONY JAMES FRASSO PRACTICAL BUSINESS Cheerleader 110-111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Class Day Orchestra Class Basketball 110-11-121 Student Guard 110-11-121 Hi-Y 1101 JOSEPH THOMAS GABRIEL GENERAL Hall Monitor 110-1 11 Pre-Session Squad 110-1 11 Student Guard 1121 Class Basketball 1111 JAMES SAMUEL GARBERRY GENERAL Football 110-11-121 Track 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 1111 Class Basketball 110-11-121 ANNA LOU GENERAL GENERAL Home Room Representative 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Service Squad 1121 SYLVIA MARY GRAZIANI SECRETARIAL Home Room Representative 1121 ESTHER RUBY GREGORY GENERAL A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Home Room Representative 1111 MAXINE GROCE ACADEMIC Girl Reserves 1101 G. A. C. 1111 "Clean Sweep" 1121 BARBARA ANN HARCAR ACADEMIC Service Squad 1121 Girl Reserves 1101 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Radio Club 1121 "Clean Sweep" 1121 RUTH MAXINE HARTMAN PRACTICAL BUSINESS Order of Business Efficiency 1121 President 11 21 Home Room Representative 111-121 Victory Captain 1111 Rifle Club 1101 Radio Club 1101 EARL HERBERT HAWK TECHNICAL Football Manager 110-11-121 Dofobs 110-111 Hall Monitor 1101 Student Council 1121 Victory Captain 1101 Radio Club 1121 Class Basketball 110-11-121 Home Room Representative COSTAS H. HAZIMANOLI GENERAL WILLA MAE HILLIARD PRACTICAL BUSINESS Girl Reserves 1101 SIDNEY HIRSH GENERAL Class Knocker Victory Captain 111-121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Student Guard 111-121 Hi-Y 110-111 Track Manager 1101 French Club 1101 Class Basketball 1111 Usher 1111 THOMAS HOPKINS BOOKKEEPING Class Prophet 110-111 Home Room Representative 1111 Service Squad 1111 Class Basketball 1111 Football Usher 1101 Hall Monitor 1111 Hi-Y 1121 Radio Club 1121 P'4 4 M Q n Q M Q P4 0 n o P4 Q M o n 4 ra Q P4 0 va o n Q P4 o P4 o M o P4 Q ve Q P4 o P4 o P4 o P4 o P4 0 u 4 P4 o V 'J P4 0 V n P4 Q P4 0 P4 0 P4 9 P4 0 P4 0 P4 Q P4 Q. P4 0 M o u .Q P4 0 P4 o, P4 Q P4 Q P4 o M Q P4 Q 4 N O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 Q P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 Q P4 O P4 O P4 6 P4 9 P4 6 V P4 A O P4 0 P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P4 Q. P4 O P4 9 P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 6 P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 0 P4 9 P4 O P4 1 O P4 I 9 P4 I Q I P4 I O P4 9 I P4 I O P4 9 P4 l O P4 I 9 l P4 I 9 I P4 I 9 I P4 I O P4 l O I P4 1 Q P4 O P4 I 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O I P4 I O I P4 9 P4 9 P4 O U L! - GLENN LINDEN HOSCHAR GENERAL DARLENE HOYLAND SECRETARIAL A Cappella Choir 111-121 Dofobs 110-111 G. A. C. 110-111 Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Vice-President Victory Captain 1101 "Janie" 1111 KENNETH HUDDLE PRACTICAL BUSINESS Hall Moni-tor 1101 Class Basketball 1121 JUANITA MAE JARVIS SECRETARIAL Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Perfect Attendance 110-111 EDITH MARIE JAY GENERAL FREIDA JOHNS SECRETARIAL THEODOSIA MARJORIE JOHNSON PRACTICAL BUSINESS GRACE RUTH KISH BOOKKEEPING Victory Captain 1111 Service- Squad 1111 RUTH EDYTHE KRAMER SECRETARIAL G. A. C. 1101 Girl Reserves 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Secretary Service Squad 1121 FRANCES THERESA KRESOWATY GENERAL PEGGY LEE LAMOREE ACADEMIC Student Council 1121 Home Room Representative Girl Reserves 1101 G. A. C. 110-111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 1121 "Janie"' 1111 Radio Club 1121 ROBERT DANIEL LINZ GENERAL Track 1111 Service Squad 1121 Pre-Session Squad 1121 Class Basketball 110-111 FREDERICK THOMAS LIPP ACADEMIC Perfect Attendance 110-121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Captain 1111 Dofobs 1111 Debate Club 1111 ENID LORRAINE LOMBARDI ACADEMIC German Club 111-121 Girl Reserves 1121 SHIRLEY EILEEN LOY GENERAL G. A. C. 110-111 Football Programs 1111 JOSEPH FINDLEY LUTZ ACADEMIC A Cappella Choir 110-11-121 Boys' Octet 1121 111 Home Room Representative 1121 Hall Monitor 110-111 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Service Squad 110-111 Victory Captain 110-121 VERA LOUISE MANCINI PRACTICAL BUSINESS Victory Captain 1121 Service Squad 1121 MAXINE ELIZABETH MANTZ GENERAL G. A. C. 110-111 EVALINE MASTERS PRACTICAL BUSINESS Perfect Attendance 1101 MARJORY ELSIE MAXWELL GENERAL Cheerleader 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 110-111 Victory Captain 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 1121 Radio Club 1121 "Clean Sweep" 1121 DOROTHY IRENE MCFEATERS ACADEMIC Victory Captain 111-121 Girl Reserves 111-121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff EDWIN MERRITT McQUISTON BOOKKEEPING Football 1111 Basketball 11 1-121 Track 1121 Service Squad 1111 Hall Monitor 110-1 11 Class Basketball 11 11 PAULINE ELIZABETH MINICK SECRETARIAL Home Room Representative 110-111 Girl Reserves 110-111 ANGELINE MONTES PRACTICAL BUSINESS Football Usher 1121 DORA MORALIDI VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Victory Captain 110-11-121 Home Room Representative 111-121 ETHEL DELORES MORGAN ACADEMIC Girl Reserves 1121 WILLIAM E. NELSON ACADEMIC A Cappella Choir 111-121 German Club 111-121 President 1121 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Orchestra 1121 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Treasurer 1121 Hall Monitor 1101 SOPHIE NIARCHOS ACADEMIC German Club 111-121 A Cappella Choir 1111 ELIZABETH ANN NORRIS ACADEMIC Dof obs 1121 Girl Reserves 11 21 JAMES PADULA GENERAL Football 110-11-121 CHARLE S PAGLIALO NG ACADEMIC Track 11 1-121 Football 1111 FRANCES PAGLIALONG VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS ANN RITA PAGLIARO PRACTICAL BUSINESS ANNA ROSE PALUMBO ACADEMIC "Clean Sweep" 1121 Service Squad 110-11-121 Girl Reserves 1111 Senatus Romanus 1121 JOSEPH D. PAOLONE ACADEMIC Track 1111 Hall Monitor 1101 DOLORES JEAN PATTERSON PRACTICAL BUSINESS Girl Reserves 1121 Service Squad 111-121 ELIO PECORARO GENERAL Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 11 11 Hall Monitor 1121 Victory Captain 1121 VIVIAN LOUISE PHILLIPS GENERAL LOIS G. PITNOFF I ACADEMIC-TECHNICAL Dofobs 1123 Girl Reserves 1121 G. A. C. 110-111 French Club 1101 LAWRENCE R. PITZER PRACTICAL BUSINESS Band 110-11-121 Camera Club 1101 Dofobs 1121 Hi-Y 110-11-121 Home Room Representative Hall Monitor 1101 Service Squad 111-121 DELBERT H. PORTER ACADEMIC Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Class Will Representative 110-11-121 Victory Captain 110-11-121 Debate Club 11 01 Senatus Romanus 111-1 21 Service Squad 110-111 Hall Monitor 1111 PATRICK A. PREISEL GENERAL Student Guard 110-11-121 FLORENCE A. QUINT SECRETARIAL Perfect Attendance 1101 Victory Captain 110-111 1121 Home Room Representa-tive 110-1 1-121 Service Squad 1111 ROBERT S. RICHARDS TECHNICAL Hall Monitor 110-111 A Cappella Choir 1121 MARY ELLEN ROBINSON VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Girl Reserves 1121 A. ELAINE ROWE GENERAL G. A. C. 110-111 Dofobs 1101 AMELIO C. RUSSO GENERAL Football Manager 1111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Class Basketball 111-121 Usher 1111 JOSEPH P. SACCO ACADEMIC Class Day Master of Ceremonies Hi-Y 110-111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Home Room Representative 110-111 Service Squad 1111 Student Guard 1121 Victory Captain 1111 BERNARD R. SAINATO TECHNICAL Hall Monitor 11 0-1 11 ARTHUR B. SAMUELS ACADEMIC Hall Monitor 1111 Service Squad 111-121 Pre-Session Squad 1111 Senatus Romanus 111-121 Usher 1101 BETTY A. SANNER SECRETARIAL Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Treasurer 1121 Football Usher 1121 PAULINE D. SANTANGELO GENERAL Victory Captain 1101 Football Usher 1121 REYNOLD D. SANTANGELO GENERAL Victory Captain 1111 GERALDINE MARIE SARBO SECRETARIAL Home Room Repre-sentative 110-121 Girl Reserves 1111 MARY JANE SBARRO PRACTICAL BUSINESS MICHAEL' L. SCUNGIO GENERAL A Cappella Choir 1121 Band 110-11-121 Orchestra 110-11-121 Pre-Session Squad 110-11-121 Victory Captain 1101 MARY ELIZABETH SHUTTLEWORTH BOOKKEEPING Home Room Representative 1101 Victory Captain 110-11-121 Order of Business Efficiency 1121 G. A. C. 1111 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Service Squad 1111 Radio Club 1121 Treasurer 1121 f'Clean Sweep" 1121 DARWIN H. SLOVON ACADEMIC Hi-Y 110-11-121 German Club 111-121 "Youth Takes Over" 1121 Hall Monitor 1101 Usher 110-111 Debate Club 1101 VIVIAN LOUISE SMITH SECRETARIAL Home Room Representative 1101 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Service Squad 1111 Radio Club 1121 Secretary 1121 Shorthand Awards MARIAN REGINE SOKEVITZ SECRETARIAL PHYLLIS BARBARA SPENCER SECRETARIAL Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Perfect Attendance 1101 RONALD EDWARD STODDARD TECHNICAL Perfect Afttendance 1101 Home Room Representative 110-111 Hall Monitor 110-111 Orchestra 1101 Victory Captain 1111 Dofobs 1121 PHILIP STACK TECHNICAL Football 111-121 Basketball 110-11-121 Track 111-121 EVELYN STEINMETZ SECRETARIAL Order of Business Efficiency 1121 Home Room Representative 110-111 Victory Captain 1111 WILLIAM R. THROOP TECHNICAL Band 110-111 Hi-Y 1101 A Hall Monitor 1111 Service Squad 1121 Victory Captain 110-121 Dofobs 1121 JAMES RUSSELL TINDAL GENERAL Football Manager 1101 Hall Monitor 110-111 Service Squad 110-11-121 Football Usher 1111 CHARLES L. TRUBY TECHNICAL Hall Monitor 1111 Pre-Session Squad 111-121 Usher 1101 MARY A. VANASCO SECRETARIAL Football Usher 1121 MARY ALICE VIVIANO PRACTICAL BUSINESS LENA MAE VOGAN VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS WILLIAM H. WALLS PRACTICAL BUSINESS Football 110-11-121 Basketball 111-121 Class Basketball 1101 Track 110-11-121 Hall Monitor 111-121 9 P4 O P4 O P4 9 P1 O P4 9 P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O PQ 9 P4 O P1 0 P4 Q P1 0 P4 O P1 O P1 O P1 9 P4 0 P4 9 P4 0 P1 O P4 O P4 Q P4 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 Q P4 O P4 O P4 0 P4 O P1 9 P1 O P4 9 P4 Q P4 Q P4 0 P4 M O ?-1 6 w w w w w N m m 0 w P 4 o PQ 0 P4 o M Q M 0 n o P4 N Q P4 O P4 O P1 9 P1 O P4 O P4 Q P4 O P4 0 P4 O V P4 N Q P1 0 P4 0 P4 9 P4 Q M Q M Q M Q P4 o M 0 P4 Q M Q P4 Q M o M 6, M 0 P4 o 'J ne A o P1 Q M Q P1 o P4 Q n M 4 P1 O P4 O P1 0 P4 O P4 Q, P1 0 P1 O P4 O P4 0 P1 O P4 O P1 O P4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 6 P4 9 P4 O P1 0 P4 9 P1 O P1 O P1 0 P4 9 P4 9 P4 0 P4 0 P4 O P1 9 P4 N -O, ""r'4 o M Q V n A 0 D4 9 I4 0 P4 9 P1 O P4 O P4 0 P4 O P1 O P1 O P1 9 P4 0 P4 O 51 O D1 Q ll 0 D4 O P1 O P1 9 F4 O D1 O D4 9 D1 0 P4 O D4 O bl 0 P4 0 P4 O P1 0 P4 Q D4 O il O P1 O I1 9 P4 O V P4 5 A 1 0 D Q 6 P V P1 0 P4 6 P4 O P4 O D1 9 D1 9 P4 O P4 O PQ O D4 O D4 Q P4 Q P4 0 P4 O P4 0 P1 0 D4 0 DQ 9 P4 O P4 O P1 O P4 O P4 9 D4 O 74 O P4 9 P4 9 PI O P1 0 D4 9 P4 O P4 O P1 9 P1 O P1 O P1 O bi O P4 O P1 9 1 0 P4 O P1 O ll O P4 9 P4 O P4 O D4 0 P4 9 D1 9 P4 O P1 O P1 9 I4 O 71 9 I1 O P1 O P4 9 V D S Q D A 9 w 5 E n A n A Q A 6 w P1 O w 74 O P1 A NAOMI WARD VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Girl Reserves 110-111 Victory Captain 1121 ROWENA ELIZABETH WATKINS GENERAL Girl Reserves 110-11-121 Secretary 1121 CARL EUGENE WHITE, Jr. GENERAL Band 110-111 Hall Monitor 1101 Pre-Session Squad 111-121 Student Guard 1121 Senatus Romanus 1121 CHERIE WEDDELL GENERAL Victory Captain 1101 NANCY JEAN WILLIAMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS Girl Reserves 1101 MARILYN WOODARD GENERAL Victory Captain 111-121 FRANK DANIEL ZACCARELLI, Jr PRACTICAL BUSINESS Band 110-11-121 Pre-Session Squad 111-121 7 2 ? .g gp 0 , 99 ,, ' 15" - ' -.YQ li 2, ', 0 I 5 I '5 .. 5-:M ms 1.....1-.....i-- WHO'S WHO SENIOR A SENIOR B President ...................................... Tom Fletcher President ................ ........... C harles Freese Vice-President ....... ....... B ill Wallace Vice-President ....... . ....... Ronald Altobelli Secretary ............ ......... A nn Green Secretary ............ ........... ll Iaxine Book Treasurer ...... ............................. B ob Hoyland Treasurer ...... ....................... T ony Dominicus JUNIOR A JUNIOR B President . ...... .... ..,................. H e rbie Hawkins President ........................................ Bill Nickum Secretary ...... ....... M arilyn Calvin Vice-President . ...... ' ........ Marita Baatz Treasurer ...... ....... N ancy Klee Secretary ............ ........... C aroline Cox Treasurer ...... ...... W 'arren Williams SOPHOMORE President ............ ........... C HH Rowland Vice-President ...... ................. D on Spears Secretary ........ ........ E dna Mae Johnson Treasurer .... ............. J inny Bakukn GIRL RESERVES DOFOBS President ........................................ Ann Carroll President ................................ Jacqueline Sines Vice-President .......................... Betty Anthony Vice-President ....... ........ J ames Hamilton Secretary ,.......... ................. M ary Lou Brunton Secretary ............ ......... J oanne Duiford Corresponding Secretary . ....... ...... S hirley Cook Treasurer ..,...... ....... M ary Lou Brunton Treasurer .................................... Betty Bintrim ORDER OF BUSINESS EFFICIENCY T DE S U NT COUNCIL President .................................... Ruth Hartman President ...................,.................. Harvey Bush Vice-President ........ ....... D arlene Hoyland Vice-President ....... ....... B ill McAnal1en Secretary ............. .......... R uth Kramer Secretary ............. ...... J oanne Duiord T1'6aS111'9I' ----..---- .----,- B etty Sallnel' Treasurer ...... ..,....... T om Bevan GERMAN CLUB SENATUS ROMANUS President ........................................ Ted Castele President .................................... James Davelli ViC6-P1'6Sid9'Dt, ------- ----------------- B 0b Post Vice-President ..... ...... D ick Whittaker SGCPGWTY ------------- ------ D 011113 GOTTHIQY Secretary ......... . , .,,,,,,,,, Ann G1-een Treasurer ,........ ........ J ohn Brindle Treasurer ...... ....... B ill Nelson SENIOR HI-Y RADIO CLUB President ............................ Howard McCracken President ........................................ Croy Pitzer Vice-President ..--... ......-..----..-- J ames Pears ViCS-President . .... .............. K ay Raidy Secretary ............. ...... R . Howard Swisher Secretary ..... .. .. ............. Vivian Smith TTS-HSUT91' --------- ---------'---- B UTI: R08'el'5 Treasurer ....... ...... M ary Shuttleworth ' SWING LOBBY CLASb DAY COMMITTEE Chairman ........................................ Nancy Klee Chairman .. ..... ....... ......... ........J1m Canan Master of Ceremonies .. .... . ...... Joe Sacco Will ............................... ....... D elbert Porter CHEERLEADERS Prophet ....... ...... ' Pom Hopkins Phyllis Reed Betty Blewitt Historian ..... ......... J ohn Ford Homer Matthews Russell Lewis Knocker ...... ....... S idney Hirsh Marjory Maxwell Shirley Urban Orchestra ....... ......,. T 'ony Frasso Jim Redman George Morrow v'4 "" Q P4 0 P4 0 U P4 N Q P4 Q P4 9 P4 Q M Q P4 Q V ra o u Q P4 o P4 o V P4 N 0 P4 0 P4 Q P4 o P4 Q P4 o P4 Q P4 9 V M A 0 P4 0 M 0 P4 0 P4 o P4 o P4 Q Pl Q P4 0 P4 0 P4 Q P4 0 P4 .g. P4 0 P4 Q P4 0 P4 Q P4 9 P4 A Q l V I M N O P4 Q P4 0 P4 O P4 I O P4 9 P1 O P4 O P4 O P4 6 P4 0 P4 9 P1 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 0 P4 6 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 6 P4 O P4 9 P4 Q P4 9 P4 O P4 9 P4 Q P4 Q P4 O P4 O P4 Q P4 0 U H P'4 A O P4 9 i P4 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 6 P4 O P4 9 P4 0 V P4 Q E N 9 P4 M P 'S D4 r 'E 231 0 E Q P 9 r 4 N 5 V N W V V V v 4 4 r 4 9 V 54 r 4 N N W r W 9 V N 34 N 9 v 4 pl 5 V r 4 9 V n 4 N P24 v 4 Q V V 5,5 V N Q V N N f4 9 V V V r 4 9 r 4 N 9 V V 5 V 5 Q V r 4 9 V V v 4 N o V v 4 0 54 V V V V V V V V N 4 P4 o P4 Q D4 0 P4 o P4 Q P4 o V4 0 P4 0 74 Q P4 4 74 9 D4 0 V P4 A Q P4 o P4 0 P4 0 P4 Q I4 o V P4 N 0 v4 o P4 o I4 4 P4 Q P4 o P4 0 P4 o D4 Q D4 4 P4 Q D1 o v4 Q I4 o P4 o D4 0 54 o P4 o V 54 ALMA MATER To the praise of our dear High School, Sing we loud and long, Glory, honor and affection, Give we her in song. Hours of gladness, free from sadness, Happy students here, Sing we to our Alma Mater, Ne-Ca-Hi so dear. All her children sing her praises With a love most pure, For her aims and inspirations Changelessly endure. With her beckoning hand before us We will do and dare, Live to honor truth, and virtue In these halls so fair. Bonds of Friendship here we're forming They will never break, They will last still true, unwavering For our High School's sake. And the memories we will cherish As life's path we tread, Of the friends we knew and valued Wearing Black and Red. When our student days are over, And no more we're here, Still we'll sing of her with reverence, Alma Mater dear. Swell the singing, ever ringing, Gladly we'll recall, When our student days are over, Life in these fair halls. Q GWB QQ . be 3:23 fn: N A Z-'B X-f? THE STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council, in cooperation with the faculty, is the governing body of the- school. The members are elected from the respective classes. There are eight seniors, six juniors, and four sophomores. This semester, council is setting up a merit system to be followed by classes in the years to come. Each day, however, members of Student Council are working on various school problems. This year, for the first time in its history, Student Council was present at the annual Conference for Student Councils of Pennsylvania, held at Greensburg. The officers of Student Council are as follows: President ................................. ..... ................ H a rvey Bush Vice-President ....... ........ W illiam McAna1len Secretary ................... ........... J oanne Dufford Assistant Secretary ..... ................. M ary Butz Treasurer ...................................... ......... T homas Bevan Supervisor ..... ................................... M iss Weinschenk MEMBERS SENIOR A.-Peggy Lamoree, Mary Butz, Earl Hawk, James Canan. SENIOR B.-Jacqueline Sines, Dawna Cox, William McAnallen, Thomas Bevan. JUNIOR A.-Joanne Dufford, Gene Stickle, Bill Book. JUNIOR B.-Evelyn Murphy, Bob Mitchell, Eugene Angelo. SOPHOMORES-Bob Southern, Eugene Wasilewski, Eugene Gribble, Jim Lamoree. 1 THE CLASS DAY COMMITTEES On January 11, 1946 the Senior A class went on the Nc-Ca-Hi stage for the last time. This event was our Class Day Program. It was a huge successg thanks to the members of the Talent Committee for unveiling the hidden geniuses in our class. We also owe thanks to the Art and Stage Committees for doing a superlative job of decorating the stage. There is no doubt in our minds that this Class Day will go down in the books of Nc-Ca-Hi as one of the biggest and most glorious events in the gradua- tion activities. CLASS DAY CHAIRMAN-James Canan. CLASS DAY OFFICERS-Joe Sacco-M. C., Sidney Hirsh-Knocker, Delbert Porter-Prophet, Tom Hopkins-Will, John Ford-His torian, Tony Frasso-Orchestra Leader. TALENT COMMITTEE-Paul Decker-Chairman, Ted Caste-le, Mary Shuttleworth, Mary Lou Brunton, Sophie Niarchos, Bernard Cowden. STAGE COMMITTEE--Margreta Bergman-Chairman, Amelio Russo, Bill Chalmers, Mickey Crawford, Shirley Cook, Ann Lou General, Bob Richards. l N y O D 1 THE SERVICE SQUADS No organizations of the school are more worthy of our sincere gratitude and praise. While the detailed work is not seen by everyone, it is this group that helps maintain order in our school. We, the January class of ,46, wish to thank the members of the Service Squads who have faithfully and quietly performed their various tasks from day to day. PRE-SESSION SQUAD-Gary Brehm, Vernon Uber, Lynn Betts, Ted Castele, Glenn Caruthers, Joe Dean, Ray Melcer, John Parker, Frank Zaccarilla. BULLETIN BOARD-Juanita Fleeger, Betty McClure, Anna Lou General. STAGE SQUAD-John Ford, Captain, Bill McAnallen, Bud Bush. HEALTH ROOM SQUAD-Delores Cuscino, Mary Winkler, Marg Moore, Peggy Strawbridge, Sally Eroe, Delores Patterson, Anita Hill, Sally Lou Cuscino, Lois Voorhees, Honora Cunningham, Lila Dungan, Joanne Leivo, Barbara Woods, Thelma Kendall, Ann Green, Nancy Sadler, Ann Cooper, Annarose Palumbo, Florence Turner, Barbara Harcar. ATTENDANCE SQUAD-Robert Linz, Tom Fletcher, James Pears, James Caravella, James Jolley, Ned Vidal, Larry DiPlacido. OFFICE SQUAD-A. Period, George Morrow, lst Period, Don Mills, Lee Houkg 2nd Period, Jack Triplettg 3rd Period, Joe MacKenzie, Lewis Zeiglerg 4th Period David Kramer, 5th Period, Bob Hoyland, John Pakkaneng 61th Period, Arthur Samuels, Bob Linz, 7th Period, Mark Foley, Ned Vidal, 8th Period, John Coles, Ed Francis, 9th Period, Bill Showalter, Carl Schultz. STUDENT SECRETARY-Dorothy McKnight, Muriel Dockman, Ruth Kramer, Carmelita Cassella, Erma Schepp, Josephine Carla, Barbara Johnson, Lela Durgon, Helen Szuba, Marion Forrest, Florence Sakelson, Lucretia Fulena. THE VICTORY CAPTAINS Our thanks and appreciation go to Mr. Lehto and to those home room boys and girls who have successfully guided our school through the Victory Loan Drive. Even though the war has been won, we must still win the peace. What could be better than to give up some of our own pleasures, and by doing so, know that we are helping to bring some fighting man home sooner or helping some wounded man to recovery? Let us win such a peace that war cannot raise its ugly head again. VICTORY STAMP EXECUTIVES-Larry Pitzer, Bob George, Dick Bender. SENIOR A-Vera Mancini, Elio Pecoraro, Marjorie Crawford, Clayton Cotton, Mary Lou Brunton, Bill Throop, Mary Shuttleworth, Delbert Porter, Norma Fazzone, James Davelli, Naomi Ward. SENIOR B-Florence Turner, George Koginos, Burr Rogers, Eleanor Salzano, Jane Czaczkoski, Marshall Curran, Donna Jean Murphy, Bob McClintock, Alfred Kos- zela, Ralph Delio, Richard Whittaker, Jacquelaine Sines, Dorothy Fehl, Charles Geldbaugh, Ruth Bailey, Gilbert Gray, Tom Bevan, Loretta Machesney, Theresa Rainey, John Parker. JUNIOR A-Mark Foley, Ruth Edelstein, Jennie Casciato, Dave Buittopietro, Lillian Smock, Simon Blau, Anne Terranova, Bethy Horner, George Reid, Shirley Shields, Helen Pakovitch, Anna Orlando, Bettie Lutz, Joe Love. JUNIOR B-Eugene Pascarella, Mike DeCaprio, Marie Olson, Donna Reynolds, Louis Rainey, Ruth Koch, Ludwig Lombardi, Ronald Grimm, Carol Haltnorth, Lois Beard, Connie Miller, Sally Eroe, Barbara Hennon, Frank Harvan, John Coles, Joann Cannon. SOPHOMORES-Jane Throop, Bob Southern, James Anthony, Natalie Book, Peggy Vogan, Ned Vidal, Wilma Cavill, Charles Cobau, 'Virginia Lightner, Dick McC1urg, Virginia Delaney, Keith Douds, Delores Gabriel, Eugene Gabriel, Patricia Sadler Peter Raidy, Norianne McPhillips, Donald Marchelli, Barbara Woods, Ed Waskin, Mollie Nocera, Pauline Cunningham, Bonnie English, Augustine Fornataro, Ray- mond Peluso, Myrna Pearce, Don Levine, Charles Davies, Pat Dugan. l 9 i D4 9 V l V V V4 Q V V V P4 N 5 D4 N 9 D4 N 5 54 W 9 V P4 5 P4 W 5 V 54 5 51 V V Q94 P4 9 3.4 V P4 S N 9 V V V V P4 9 D4 9 V P1 N 9 D4 N 9 54 B4 N 9 P4 N W N W N N W 9 V P4 N 9 V V P4 P4 94 3.4 F4 N o V V94 V P4 9 P4 34 9 V S W N N N 4 v4 N N Q P4 H N Q V V r N 0 V4 o P4 4 P4 4, V 74 9 v4 N N 5 N V I4 N 5 V wV THE GERMAN CLUB MOTTO Kenntnis ist Kraft Knowledge is Power OFFICERS President ........ L ilu., ........................... ........ T ed Castele Vice-President ...... .............. R obert Post Secretary ........... ........ D onna Gormley Treasurer ....... ............... J ohn Brindle Supervisor ............................................................ Miss Mary G. Riffer COMMITTEES PROGRAM-Robert Doone, Chairmang Erwin Alpern, Marilyn Calvin, Ann Cooper, Katherine Raidy, Robert Reed, MUSIC-James Carson, Chairmang Lois Baum, Alice Mitsos, Bobette Moore, Tom Weide. SOCIAL-Loretta McChesney, Chairmang Frances Kociela, Mary Lou Mack, Agnes Pfeifrunk, Virginia Fassinger, Richard Dangle, Fenton Koch. SERVICE-Joseph DiLull0, Chairmang Ronald Altobelli, Fred Oddi. MEMBERS James Canan James Carson Agnes Pfeifrunk Ann Cooper Bobette Moore James Davelli Ted Castele Robert Post Stanton Cushner Jack McKibben John Ford Joseph DiLullo Robert Reed Richard Dangle Roland Nord Lorraine Lombardi James Doerr William Eakin Raymond Dombrowski Robert Oesterling William Nelson Robert Doone Joyce Agnew Shirley Epstein John Passias Sophia Niarchos Virginia Fassinger Marita Baatz Robert George Katherine Raidy Darwin Slovon Donna Gormley Lois Baum Paul Harcar Frank Schwartz Lynn Betts Ronald Grimm Barbara Bergland George Holliday Dorothy Sentgeorge Gary Brehm John Hill James Berkstresser Larry Jaffe Lillian Smock Anthony Palombi Cliff Hoch Arlene Blank Mary Anne' Johnson Al Tate John Parker Frances Kociela William Bowen Fenton Koch Greg Thomas Peggy Strawbridge Mary Lou Mack Edward Burr Charles Levy Jack Triplett Erwin Alpern Loretta McChesney Marilyn Calvin Ludwig Lombardi Shirley Urban Ronald Altobelli William Nickum Richard Cleaver Donald Mills Thomas Weide John Brindle Fred Oddi Charles Cobau Alice Mitsos 1795289 THE SENATUS ROMANUS Consul Cprimusj ....... ............................ J ames Davelli Consul fsecundusl .... ....... D ick Whittaker , Scriba fprimaj ....... ........... A nn! Green ,sb 'Q Scriba fsecundal ......... .............. L 0uise'Jimn1 Quaestor fprimusj ...... .................... B ill Nelson QE, ly Quaestor lsecundal ..... ........ R uth Ann Lamphier X ii ' C t ' L ' J' Kgxmx an rlx .............................................................. ouise 1mm Eborum Pulsator ................................................ Bill Nelson CAESAR AWARDS-JUNE, 1945 CICERO AWARDS-JUNE, 1945 Summa Cum Laude .............. Thomas Weide Magna Cum Laude ............ Katherine Weide Cum Laude ........ Harve-y Bush, Donna Shu- maker, Justus Gi1fillan"', Constance Mill- er, Jack McKibben, Carol Patterson, Walter Brahamt, Roland Nord, Victor Ross, Penrith Goff, Chris Papazikos, Car- min Perotta, Wilma Dui, Marguerite Kirk"'. Summa Cum Laude .... Catherine Tammelleo Magna Cum Laude ...... Ruth Ann Lamphier Cum Laude ...... Dick Whittaker, Lawrence Cresce. VERGIL AWARDS-JUNE, 1 945 Summa Cum Laude . ..... Philomena Sparano Magna Cum Laude ............ Theresa Wajert MEMBERSHIP Barbara Bergland, I Don Boak, Cons. Ruth Edelstein, I Jenny Gierlach, Cons. Penrith Goff, I Ann Green, Cons. Louise Jimm, I Mary Lach, I Edna Buckley, Cons. Harvey Bush, I James Canan, I Ann Cooper, I Lawrence Cresce, I Donna Dagnon, Cons. Ruth Ann Lamphier, I Alice Mitsos, Soc. Constance Miller, I Jack MeKibben, I Roland Nord, I James Davelli, I Joseph DiLu1lo, I Robert Doone, I Wilma Duff, I Mary Eagleson, I Anna Rose Palumbo, Soc. Jacqueline Sines, I Chris Papazikos, I Carol Patterson, I Carmin Perrota, I Delbert Porter, I Victor Ross, I Rose Samiac, I Arthur Samuels, Cons. Marjorie Sciullo, I Ann Shewman, Cons. Donna Shumaker, I Bill Nelson, I Lillian Smock, Soc. Lorraine Theobald, Cons Catherine Tammelleo, I Marilyn Wagner, Cons. Bill Wallace, I Katherine Weide, I Thomas Weide, I Carl White, Soc. Dick Whittaker, I Mary Winkler, Soc. I-Caesar, II-Cicerog Cons.-"Conscripti"g Soc., "Socii"-Associate Members, 'F-Members not initiated. Q u 3? 'S iv THE NE-CA-HI LITES STAFF In March 1945, the Newspaper Staff received permission from the office to publish a school newspaper. The present staff with a few new additions were pioneers in the work. With a good many handicaps they have worked hard and they deserve much credit. The staff consists of the following people: David Hamilton .... ...... E ditor-in-Chief John Parker ..... ....... A ssistant Editor Mary Lach ........ ....... A ssistant Editor Dick Whittaker ........... ...... S ports Editor Ruth Ann Lamphier ...... ....... F eature Editor Bill McAnallen ........ ...... F eature Editor Betty McClure ...... ...................... A rt Editor Pat Haley ........ ....... A dvertising Manager Burr Rogers .... Ilona Stevenson .... . Shirley Sanfillippo ..... Advertising Manager ......Circulation Manager ..,...........Copy Editor Wilson Klingensmith .... ....... Q not in picturej THE DOFOBS The Dofobs form one of the busiest service groups in the school. This is the name by which the student assistant librarians are known. There are forty-two Dofobs this semester, four being assigned to each period in the day, with extra helpers for very busy times. The-se students, under direction of Miss Westlake and Miss Sines, give one period each day to helping with the routine of the library. This includes filing of circulation, charging and discharging books and magazines, delivering slips, making overdue and reserve notices, and a hundred and one other duties that keep things going smoothly. The library could not function properly with- out them. Officers for this semester are: President ............................. ...... J acquelaine Sines Vice-President ..... ....... J ames Hamilton Secretary ........... ......,.... J oanne Dufford Treasurer .... . ....................................... Mary Lou Brunton Dofobs for the first semester, 1945-'46: lgiscilla Barnes Joanne Duford Donna Magill Lois Beard Mary Lou Edgar Elizabeth Norris Margreta Bergman James Hamilton Shirley Panella Olive Black William Hanna Chris Papazickos Betty Blewitt Jane Hurst Helen Papazickos Mary Lou Brunton Louise Jimm Carol Patterson Mary Butz Martha Kolesar Constance Peck Anne Carroll Mary Lach Hertta Pirkkala William E. Chalmers Dick McClurg Lois Pitnoif Marjorie Crawford Emily Mcllvenny Larry Pitzer Jane Czaczkoski L4 iii C Doris Ringer June Rodgers Albert Rowles Jacquelaine Sines Ilona Stevenson Patsy Stitzinger Ronald Stoddard Catherine Tammelleo June Thompson William Throop Katherine Weide I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I' I E IGI'101010102019242610101010IOIOICOIOIOIO1010101010IOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOZOIOIOZOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIO101020101Q10191010101010IQIQIQIQIQZQIQIQIQIQIQ10191010101101010101010101910Io101014201014191910101010101021910101010101014101410Iojqqqqqqzqyy IIOIQIOIO THE SWING LOBBY A few years ago the need for recreation for the young people of New Castle- was recognized by some high school students. Ever aggressive, they sought permission to give a dance one or two nights a week in the lounge room at the Y. W. C. A. Permission granted, they went to work and made it pay. It was called "Swing Lobby." About this time the- Mayor's Recreation Planning Committee was organized. This committee attempted to provide recreational facilities for the city's teen-agers. The representative group from Swing Lobby brought their plans and problems before the committee. It was found that the third floor of the City Hall could be given over to the Swing Lobby. Plans went full speed ahead and soon we had a Hstricty au-reet" place to spend our evenings. When summer arrived, we moved to Cascade Park for comfort's sake, where we remained until school started, and our new, enlarged Swing Lobby was ready for use. Here we are- happily quartered, so come and see us and have fun. THE COMMITTEE Nancy Klee, Chairman Jean Ardingo Joanne Dart John Parker Gary Brehm James Gillespie Jim Redman Ted Casitele Jack Kelly Jack Robey Patricia Clark Russell Lewis Paul Wemyss Howard McCracken THE ORDER OF BUSINESS EFFICIENCY The Order of Business Efficiency is a commercial club of Ne-Ca-Hi and is affiliated with the national organization by the same name. Mem- bers of the club are senior commercial students who have been honor students in their sophomore' and junior years or 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 further develop their skill. The officers are: President .......... ...... R uth Hartman Vice-President .... ..... D arlene Hoyland Secretary ....... ..... R uth Kramer Treasurer ..... ...........,... B etty Sanner fVivian Smith, Chairman of Committees ..... 4 Mary Shuttleworth 'Juanita Jarvis lMary Ford Supervisor ..................... Miss Lord , .Mtv I I ' :ri lllli ""' ll x- J fx LJ I . 4 F 1 ........ .f 'T ",j!:jWfI, f ' ,, SVS,-' 3,f,'.,': J. N I i Iv ,J fd .,,!f.:,:f,4,,v61,l ix lgfyijggfff XI 3 ff, ZL,1Wf"f4 3,21 ka? Af 3,2111 I Ml!!! Nl , -I THE GIRL RESERVES PURPOSE:--To find and give the best. SLOGAN:-To face life squarely. The Girl Reserves is an organization of the Y. W. C. A. and has a triangular program of educational, spiritual, and social work which is carried on by various speakers, the girls themselves, and the social ac- tivities. The meetings are held twice a month at the Y. W. C. A. The group this year includes Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. The club is under the capable supervision of Miss Janet Brenneman. The officers for the semester are as follows: President ....... ...... A nne Carroll Vice-President ........ Betty Anthony Secretary ......................... .... M ary Lou Brunton Corresponding Secretary ..... Shirley Cook Treasurer .. ..... Betty Bintrim QW" THE ORCHESTRA STANDING-Joe F. Replogle, William Nickum, Marita Baatz, Glenn Caruthers, William Caiazza, William Nelson, Mary Kelch, Patricia Smith, Viola Black. FIFTH CIRCLE--Lawrence Sonntag, Carmen Lombardo, Jeanne Replogle, Richard Mooney, Jack Rose, Paul Decker, Fred Duff, Tom Hares, Nick Piscitella, Wilford Stull, James Wright, Gary Brehm. FOURTH CIRCLE-Robert Pilch, Barbara Mitchell, James Graull, Berwick Goff, Charles Weaver. THIRD CIRCLE-Dorothy Caldwell, Margaret Black, Bettylee Thompson, Joan Chapin, Beverly Trimble. SECOND CIRCLE--Sylvia Moresky, Robert Pandice, Blanche DiCola, Constance Branstetter, Donald Levine. INNER CIRCLE-Eleanor Lutton, Tom Wiand, Vilma Bernard. ' LW THE SENIOR BAND flst Semester 1945-19465 COLORS AND GUARD-Don Pitzer, Tom Wiand, James Wright, Steven Wallace. TWIRLERS-Eleanor Thomas, Donna Smith, Dorothy Barge, Harriet Birk, Dolores Colaluca. SEVENTH ROW-Berwick Goff, Ellis Hicks, Russell Capitola, Robert Luikart, Harold Capitola. SIXTH ROW-James Cox, Jack Rose, James Grauel, Nick Piscitella, Tom Hares, Lawrence Sonntag, Fred Stimple, Joan Chapin. FIFTH ROW-Shirley Wehman, Bettylu Thompson, Albert Taylor, Frank Zaccarelli, Angela Julian, Larry Pitzer, James Hamilton, Gene Sitickle, Charles Barletto, Raymond Dombroski. FOURTH ROW--Carolyn Cox, Elio Picarro, Roland Nord, Beverly Trimble, Jack McKibben, Carol Haltnorth, Homer Matthews, Warren Williams, Clarence Zedick, Mary Eagleson, Morley Sweet. THIRD ROW-Martin Shira, Donald Frediani, Joseph Dolan, Ludwig Lombardi, Jeanne Replogle, Marie Ryder, Barbara Mitchell, Paul Gil- boy, Carmen Lombardo, Richard Burgess, Anthony DeFelice. SECOND ROW-Marita Baatz, Harriet Brinton, William Ciazza, Glenn Caruthers, Madelyn DeCarbo, Augustin Romeo, Raymond Stoll, Gerald Anderson, Gary Brehm, William Black, Joseph Dean, Uarda Cramer. FIRST ROW-Blanche DiCarbo, Raymond Melcer, William Nickum, Carl Leone, James Glitch, Michael Scungio, Jack Sullivan, Joe F. Replogle, Anthony Qualiliero, Doris Cole, Lewis Wallace, Leonard Matarazzo, Bruce Gibson, Audrey Casburn, Vilma Bernard, Bill Merriman. THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR Sophomores come and Seniors go, personnel changes twice a year, but A Cappella Choir still functions in the life of Ne-Ca-Hi, and functions vitally, too, as evidenced by the warm regard in which it is held, both by members and non-members. The Choir has been active as usual this year with its usual round of Christmas programs for Schools, Churches, Service Clubs, and various organizations. Increased interest in Chorus is shown by the fact that this year has brought forth the largest enrollment in Chorus since it has been in the curriculum. Recognition of its worth in the community is seen not only in the number of requests for programs, but also in the inclusion of plans for a Choral Room in the proposed addi- tion to our school. In short, A Cappella Choir is an institution. , ,-,.f-ld, ,G - ywa-:in f A ,-af 1 EY c if 5 'un , N 1 -fr.. ,. 1 .f gi I.-l:'gll.ixQiiEXy N 'PH' '12 ? -I Q- - - L- - 4 Ll 'v ' i l ' f 5 2 . Y J ?? 2? f ia ff 4 ' - "ii ' ' i ' Q Q -, , I - J- Q 5 4 - Z i 57- vi?-if W -- 9 rr D ff THE CHEERLEADERS Center. end, tackle, guard, Come on, fellows, hit 'em hardy The cheerleaders motion, the students all yell, Then the opposite team is bound to fail. It makes no difference what the Weather may be, It takes pep, vim, and vigor, which they have-believe me, With a Susie "Q", and a' truckin' on down, The Ne-Ca-Hi cheerleaders really go to town. They have their own style and rhythm, too, All of which they presented to you In marches and swing steps and snappy yells, These four peppy boys and four happy belles. Left to right:-Phyllis Reed, Homer Miles, Marjory Maxwell, Jim Redman, Betty Blewitt, Russell Lewis, Shirley Urban, and Georgie Morrow. SUBSTITUTES:-Bettie Lutz, Carol Patterson, and Bill Showalter. SUPERVISOR:-Mrs. Dunlap. THE GOAL POST STAFF The Goal Post Staff was elected by the home room representatives of the two Senior Classes last spring. The work was new to most of the people. Contrary to past years, there were both boys and girls on the staff. We want to thank the athletic people, the football public, and anyone who helped us to make our season a. success. The stall: was made up of the following' people: Nancy Bechtol Knot' in the picture, Mary Butz fnot in the picturej Jim Canan Marshall Curran GIRLS Marcia Bollard Ann Green Pat Haley Valentine Kolunie BOYS Dave Hamilton Bill McAnallen Jim Redman Ann Martin Margaret Moore Donna Murphy Shirley Sanfilippo Bill Wallace Dick Whittaker THE FOOTBALL USHERS Don Bailey Pete Marchia Alexander Picarillo Bill McClintock Norma Black Jennie Bakuhn Audrey Peters Delores Fulena Genevieve Castele Frank Stevens Clara Szczyglowski Betty Sanner Mary V-anasco Velma Kelley Agnes Pfrifruk Mary Lee Gardner Harold Hutcheson Mary Hudak Katherine Johns Dave Lutz Jerry Skelly Peter Demos Lawrence Delliqaudri Patricia Vernon Louise Calabrese Betty Fye Mary Winkler Martha Bunitman Madeline Roussos William Grannis Don Lawson Anthony Palombi Joseph Goodman Jack Largo Harry Kerr Tom Glitch Joan DiD'ario Donna Morrow Delores Beatrice Jack Voras Wilma McFarland Helen Burkey Corinne Meyer TH E FOOTBALL TEAM NE-CA-HI ROSTER FRONT ROW-John Parker-Mgr., George Toney, Chester Shoaff, Ira Brown, Harold Ferris, Don Gurgiola, Paul Cuba, John Triplet, Phillip Richards, Eugene Angelo, Earl Hawk-Mgr. SECOND ROW-Gene Gribble, Pearson Furst, Lynn Betts, James Garberry, Bill Walls, Sam Flora, Anthony Panella, Arthur Hill, Bob Reed, Herb Stewart, Al Tate, Walter Smith. THIRD ROW-Frank Rybka,--Mgr., Richard Jacob, Raymond Peluso, Louis Gilmore, Merle Fredericks, John DiCola, Robert Post, Carl Zappia, Richard Murphy, Don Dean, James Padula, James Thomas, William Stoner, James Abraham, Robert Kennedy-Mgr. LAST ROW-Robert Walrath--Mgr., Tony Izzo, Arthur Zarrone, Charles Wing, Armand Lucidore, Louis Ziegler, Fred Navarra, Phillip Stack, Clifford Rowland, Louis Clause, Edward Allison. "In Victory or Defeat, New Castle High Forever" Reversing the poor record of 1944, the 1945 Red Hurricanes compiled a brilliant record of eight wins and two losses as one of the crack high school teams of the W. P. I.A.L. We hope that we may do just as well in the years to come. The losses by graduation this year are as follows: Buzzy Panella, Sammy Flora, Bill Walls, Bob Reed, Arthur Hill, Lynn Betts, James Garberry, George Toney, Pearson Furst, Bob Post, James Thomas, Richard Jacob, Pete Stack, and James Padula. 1945 NE-CA-HI FOOTBALL SCORES N. C. Opponent New Castle vs. Grove City ........... ...... 2 6 New Castle vs. Butler ......................... ...... 1 8 New Castle vs. Youngstown East ....... ...... 1 3 New Castle vs. Sharon ...................... ...... 3 3 New Castle vs. Altoona ........... ...... 0 New Castle vs. Farrell ................ ...... 1 9 New Castle vs. North Catholic ..... ...... 2 0 New Castle vs. Cl-airton .............. ...... 2 7 New Castle vs. Alliquippa ....... ...... 2 6 New Castle vs. Warren ...... ...... 1 2 "CLEAN SWEEP" On Friday evening, November 30, the January Class of '46 gave a performance that will never be forgotten. The Senior plays have been good but never has one been so excellently performed. This Senior Class has something of which to be proud. "Clean Sweepv gets its title from Mr. Hazard inheriting a vacuum cleaner plant. His fortune was made out of "dirt". In the beginning of the play he was a common man working with his fellow workers for unionization. Upon inheriting the plant, he forgot his views of the poor man and turned his efforts toward stopping the organ- izing. His son Douglas, who has love problems of his own, designs a new model cleaner, which makes the business a success. Through his efforts, his father is brought to realize his mistakes and ito see the workman's point of view. The matters are complicated when his wife gets new ideas about "equality of women", and his daughter, Laurie, tries to patch up broken romances, including her own. Humor is added to the play by the complaining old maid aunt, Elsie, who forgets her ailments to marry her old beau. NQ one character can be singled out as outstanding. Each performed his part equally well und-er the capable direction of Miss Clara Hartsuff. Douglas Hazard .... Kate Hazard .... Aunt Elsie .......... Laurinda Hazard John Hazard ...... Carole Reeves .... June Hazard ...... Cole Mitchell ...... Madame Louise .... CAST Miss Carruthers ...... Trudy Searles ....... Tommy Patterson Miss Hayden ...... Jim Durick ...... ......Larry Pitzer .........Betty Blewitt Mary Lou Brunton .....Barbara Harcar . ........... Croy Pitzer ..Marjorie Maxwell ..............Mary Butz ...........Fred Duff ......MaXine Groce ........Mary Christos ......Anna Rose Palumbo ..........Tom Hopkins Mary Shuttleworth ................Joe Sacco - 'W A O P1 O D1 O P1 O D1 O P1 0 D4 O P1 9 V Pl A A A A 6 w w I1 A O D1 A A 6 P4 A A A A Q w PQ A O A A 0 uf P1 N o D4 0 D1 o 74 Q P4 6. P1 0 P4 0 I1 0 D4 0 M o n 0 V D4 fa 0 D4 0 P4 o n 0 V n N Q va Q P4 Q n o u o M o u o P1 o M Q n o n o P4 o V P4 P1 0 M 0 n 0 M o P1 0 74 9 V P4 M Q D4 Q n o n o n o D1 Q D4 o P4 o Y P4 K N o bl o ll O P4 O U' P1 A 9 D4 9 P4 6 74 O P4 . , P1 O P1 0 D1 0 D4 Q x O U F4 N o M Q D4 0 P4 Q P4 Q P4 0 D4 o P4 4 i4 o P4 Q P4 Q n 0 n Q D1 o va 0 n o V ' D1 0 ni A 0,,4! ihjfl CLASS PCEM DEDICATION I Our Ne-Ca-Hi journey has ended, Now begins our journey thru life, Here, all our knowledge was blended, To aid us through out all strife. A mother, dear to us always, We will never forget her kind aid, Here, many happy days we have spent, And many true friends we have made. II In our hearts, ever remains a place For the memories that will ever be dear, And as we run along life's race, Her sound advice will always be near. She has taught us to be kind, pure, and true, To be staunch, to be helpful and wise, And now, whatever we shall do, We can do with 'the ambition to rise. III To make you proud of us, Dear Ne-Ca-Hi, And hear you say, "That's a son of mine," We will always honestly and earnestly try To do our tasks in a way that is fine. Now, we can begin life's trials, Without fear of what lies beyondg And no matter how long the miles, Our motto will be always, "Forever On." IV So, we bid you fond farewell, Dear Ne-Ca-Hi, Our ship will set sail at dawn, Our hearts are heavy, but our heads are high, And thoughts of you will never be gone. We leave you in body, but not in soul, As you, too, will remain in the heart, For we both, have heaven as our goal, We will meet again, though now we part. -By Lorene Abraham 'E' '?K M ea- U5 -, ,T A f f--1 7 il- -: wg, .. .,... , '45 ' g QL -L' 1, if T . JF. --2, X.. ,.-..l---- llw-lvl,-.... vii-1 Q. . 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Betty Dangle:-"I-I-I d-d-don't k-k-know!" .-" an Fred Duff:-"Did you hear that Mr. Weide imports his hair?" Jim Tindal:-"G'wan, he never had his hair imported. Fred Duff :-"Well, I heard he brings his hair over from the other side to cover up his bald spot." MODEST DEFINITION OF A SWEATER GIRL A girl who sells sweaters in a department store ..... MEMORIES OF CHEMISTRY CLASS Miss Merrilees: " Darwin Slovon Miss Merrilees Darwin Slovon H to O." Darwin, what is the formula for water?" H I J K L M N O." Why Darwin, where did you ever learn that?" Well, you said yesterday that the formula was Paul Decker :-"Did you hear what happened to Mr. Weide, our Q73 chemistry teacher. Fred Lipp :-"No, what happened?" Paul Decker :-"He swallowed concentrated H2 SO4!" Fred Lipp:-"Is he all right?" Paul Decker :-"Oh, sure, but every time he blows his nose, he puts holes in his handkerchief." Earl Hawk :-"That college algebra problem you helped me with last night was wrong, Dad." Mr. Hawk:-"It was-well-well--I'm sorry." Earl Hawk:-"That's okay-none of the other fathers got it right either." After a terrific struggle, Ronnie Stoddard finished his Physics exam and then at the end of the paper wrote: "Dear Mr. Margraf:-If you sell any of my answers to the funny papers I expect you to split 50-50 wi-th me." Fred Lipp:-"I thought you took College Algebra last year?" Ronald Stoddard :--"I did, but Mrs. McCune encored me." Mr. Weide:--"Are there any questions?" Dale Bartsch:-Cwaking up out of a sound sleepj :-"What time is it? My watch has stopped." A TRAGEDY Cin 4 actsl I Cram II Exam III Flunk IV Sunk Bob Hoyland:-"Father, I've a notion to settle down and start raising chickens." Mr. Hoyland :-"Better try owls. Their hours will suit you better." Couldn't you call snoring sheet music? Reynold Santangelo :-"Say-What ever became of those old- fashioned gals who fainted when a boy kissed them?" Louise Ca1abrese:-"Huh- Whatever became of the old-fashioned boys Who made them faint?" Mr. Jay :-"Edith, did you tell Pat that I'm going to switch the lights off at 10:00?" Edith :-"Yes. He said to thank you and that after this he will Wait 'till ten to call." The curfew tolls the knell of parting dayg A line of cars Winds quickly o'er the leag A pedestrian plods his absent-minded Way, And leaves the World quite unexpectedly. -Selected Jim Garberry:-"Golf is easy, all you have to do is smack a pill and Walk." Nancy Elder:-"How interesting. Just like some of the auto- mobile rides I've been on." that Norma Fazzone:-"When Jim tried to kiss me I was so surprised !! Norma's Mother :-"Yes?" Norma:-"I very nearly stopped him." "I shall now illustrate what I have in mind," said Mrs. McCune as she erased everything from the blackboard. Jim :--"Honey, I'm going to kiss you when We get to the corner." Donna :-"Don't you think that is going a bit too far?" 7115- SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS HEART DESIGNS l.gg-g,Yg.,... Customer :-"Somehow I don't like the looks of this mackerel." Darwin Slovon:-"Well, if it's looks you want, lady, take a gold- fish." Elizabeth Norris :-"You've got to hand it to him when it comes to kissing." Lorraine Lombardi:-"What's the matter, is he that lazy?" Fred Lipp :-"We have an antique sofa at our house that goes back to King Louis the Fourteenth." Ronnie Stoddard :-"Gee, that's a coincidence. We have one at our house that goes back to the finance company on the fifteenth." Skirt was once a common noun but now it's just an abbreviation. Bill Throop fto Don Boakj :-"I didn't know you had the cigar habit!" Don :-"Oh-I just picked it up a few blocks back." Joe Gabriel:-"My mind is like an open door." Elio Picarro:-"Yeah-what do you hear from the knob?" Paul Decker Cto Rocco Dominicis after gym classj :-"Say, Rocco, those are nifty spats you're wearing-where'd you get 'em?" Rocco :-"Oh my!-those aren't spats. That's my long under- wear slipped down." 1.1.-".. . an Customer :-"Cut all three short, please." Barber :-"What three?" Customer :-"The hair, the mustache, and the conversation." Jim Garberry Cafter calling up his girl :-"Hey Sammy, come over here and help me. I'm stuck in the telephone booth." Sammy Flora :-"What-you're not that big." Jim :-"It's not that. My finger's stuck in the coin return slot." "Have any of your family connections ever been traced?" "Yes, they traced an uncle of mine as far as Canada once." 'll SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS oo la la How about a swim? Boing Nice dog, huh? Hubba Hubba Connecticut Cutie Legs Miss America The Shape Glamour plus Bathing Beauty ,....g-5...- AMBITIONS OF NE-CA-HI SENIORS Shirley Cook ........ Sidney Hirsh .......... Tom Hopkins ...... Edith Davison ........ Lois Pitnoff .............. Tom Fletcher ....... Elio Picarro .............. Juanita Jarvis ...... Anne Carroll ......... Sammy Flora ....... Bill Walls ........ John Ford ............ Paul Decker ........... Flo Quint ................. Darlene Hoyland Amelio Russo ............. Pete Stack .............. Dale Bartsch ......... Fred Duff .............. Jim Canan .............. Ted Castele ........,......... Rocco Dominicis Art Samuels ................ Mary Butz ................. Tony Frasso ................ Darwin Slovon ........... Earl Hawk .............. Bill Wallace ....... be a famous artist beat the races Wolf hook a man ...........to Work in Strouss-Hirshbergs? ? ? ...........to decide Peggy Lamoree's career be a band leader be a night club singer settle down with Post ...........to play halfback for Notre Dame fullback same eat, sleep, and get lazy lead as many Women on as possible marry a football star Wait for the fleet to come in ..........to cash in on the football parley shorten a little ? ? ? ? '? ? "score,' on somebody . ........... to continue to get excited over Women live on his Wife's inheritance like and be Well liked get rich quick .........that three letter Word-J oe ..........to love, brother-to love Wise up name his little girl "Lois" edit "Life" .-. "..ii.. on Earl'HaWk:-"VVas that your best girl you were out with last night? " Chuck Truby :-"Necks best !" 1111"-iii .- Bore :-"Talking about Africa makes me think of the time--" Bored one :-"Good gracious, you're quite right! I had no idea it was so late. Goodbyf' ,- , AE SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS What does this mean? Interesting .... huh? Catching flies Hang on kids! V for Victory Does it hurt? Shut it Peek-a-boo The totem pole . . Itchy, Curly, Smily -.1.g-gg-.T Fred Adamo :-"I was sitting with my girl on the sofa last night." Frank Zacharelli:-"Yeah-what happened? Fred :-"I whispered something in her ear and did she crack a smile!" Frank:-"What was the joke? Fred :-"It was no joke! It was my smile she cracked." 77 !! High chair, High school, High stool, High finance, High hat, Hi, Warden! SWEET SENTIMENT W illiam Chalmers I Van Bixler L ouise Coles L orraine Lombardi M axine Mantz I rene Derr S am Flora S ophie Niarchos D ora Moraldi E dith Davison A ngeline Montes R owena Watkins N ancy Elder E velyn Masters C arl White A nna Lou General H arley Bowman I rene D. McFeaters W i4 o D4 0 P4 N 9 V P4 Q W bl 0 W U U V V V V V V V P4 9 I4 9 V V U V rn H N 9 P4 W W N N Q Z N Q V 7 sa A 0 P4 9 P4 O D4 9 D4 9 P4 0 P4 O P4 0 I4 O D4 O P4 0 P4 O D4 6 P4 O F4 A 0 9 P4 9 I4 9 P4 9 P4 0 P4 O P4 9 P1 O D4 O P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 O P4 9 D4 O P4 O P4 9 P4 0 P4 O D4 9 D4 9 P4 N O 9 P4 Q 74 0 P4 Q. P4 0 P4 0 M 0 P4 Q D4 Q P4 0 P4 Q P4 0 P4 0 D4 o P4 Q P4 0 M 9 P4 4 D4 0 D4 0 D4 0 D4 9 D4 0 D4 0 M O D4 0 I4 0 D4 O I4 o D4 0 P4 M Q 3 N o D4 N Q I4 N 9 V D4 o n 4' 5' 4 Us W., SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS The brains The Artists What's this? Life of a party Life's little temptations Best Cast Ever Quite a threesome Good foursome Now now HAVE YOU NOTICED THROUGH THE YEARS-- Barbara Harcar's ................... ..... . .. .... .. Anna Lou General's .... .... Tony Frasso's .......... ................ Reynold Santangelo's Ann Green s .......................,. Norma Fazzone's ........... Margreta Bergman's Ted Castele s ..................... Anne Carroll's ....... Betty Blewitt's ........ Edith Davison's ............ Dale Bartsch's ................... .......... Mary Lou Brunton's .....,... Earl Hawk's ......................... Bill Nelson's ........ Bob Hoyland's ....... Sammy Flora's ...... Tom Hopkin's ....... Mary Butz's .................. Sophie Niarchos's ....... Jimmy Davelli's ........ Larry Pitzer's ......... Bob Richard's .......... Pete Stack's ................. Ronnie Stoddard's ....... Bill Throop's ...................... Mary ShuttleWorth's .. Gabriel Cont1's ................... Bernie CoWden's ....... Bill Chalmer's ........ ............pigeon-toed Walk .............................tardmess . ....... uquietness ?? .........beautiful eyes ...................cuteness ............freckles ................brains adiness ............................................ilirtatious actions .faculty for annoying teachers hair ...........beautiful Waves eyes faculties for handling money .........................................halfbacking .............nuttiness ..........blonde hair ....................arguin g .........ilashy clothes ...........general antics ........easy "goingness" .............friendship .........chewin g gum general all round noise grin ...........dimples Ted Castele:-"Boy, that girl you had out last night would sure make a good match for you!" Tom Hopkins :-"Get outta here. I've struck better matches on the seat of my pants." SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS 5th period lunch Wanna go boating? Aren't we cute? Hold it! The Crooner Is it good? The Boss . . We Three The Editor .T..gg-g.,.. "He said you were what?" "Laconic." "What does that mean?" "Dunno, But I gave him one on the nose to be on the safe side." "Lay down, pup, lay down," ordered the man. "Good doggie, lay down, I say." 1 "You'll have to say, 'lie down' Mister," declared a small bystanderf "That's a Boston terrier." Reynold:-"I gave Jim fifty cents for saving my life." Louise:-"What did he do?" Reynold:-"Gave me back twenty cents change." 1--He was so mean, and times were so hard, he laid off the hands of his watch. 2-He was so stingy he skimmed the milk on top and then turned it over and skimmed it on the bottom. 3-He was so tall he had to climb a ladder to take off his hat. 4-He was so dumb he thought a subordinate clause was one of Santa's children. Lady: fpoking her umbrella into the conductorj :-"Is this where I get off for the subway?" Conductor :-"No, that ain't where you get off. That's my ribs." ... -". -.1 on Don Boak:-"I just shot a dog." Del Porter :-"Was he mad?" Don Boak:-"Well, he wasn't very pleased." Mr. Margraf:-"A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer." Bob Richards :-"No wonder so many of us Hunk these exams." SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS Old Time Pals Hi there! East End Detention Nice Study 3 Catch Here comes the Navy Sister Sacco -r The Scouts Sophs Pals from way back Arthur McGill Gang-6B i...g-gi. LEST WE FORGET The happy days spent here in Ne-Ca-Hi When we trembled to the roar of the one and only Bridy Those notes we passed in class The sleepy atmosphere of study halls That happy faculty of not remembering assignments When Miss Merrilees struggled to make us chemists When Ronnie Stoddard blew up the chemistry lab All those school dances The way we roamed the halls our Senior A. year Those magazine sales The confused sophomores we were Our great pleasure at getting away with chewing gum College Algebra ! l ! Those days we locked Mr. Weide out of class The donut-eaters of Chemistry 2-Sacco, Dui, and Tindal The romances we've had-some long, some short Gym classes and the smell of arnica When 8th period P. O. D. drove' Miss Dinsmore frantic The Senior A. Senior B. sham battles When we nearly won the class Basketball title as Jr. B's. Joe Sacco's prescription for wearing out teachers Miss Kerrls amazing patience with that 107 gang Marking up desks to be sure of being remembered Our last moments together as a class ...... Beverly Fox :-"I'd like to get a book." Miss Sines:-"Something light or heavy?" Beverly Fox :-"Doesn't matter, I have my car outside." i-1"-111 on Darlene Hoyland :-"What's the difference between a chiropractor and a sailor?" Flo Quint :-"I don't know." Darlene:--"Well, a chiropractor gets paid for what the sailor gets slapped for." P4 Q M 4 M Q P4 o n 0 M o P4 Q M 0 P4 o V1 o P4 Q M 0 U M D4 O P4 0 V4 O P1 6 P4 O D4 O P4 O P1 0 P4 0 I4 O P4 0 P4 O P4 O P4 6 V4 9 P4 0 D4 0 P1 6 D4 Q P fl J M o M Q P4 Q M 0 u 3 V4 Q M o I4 o M o M o u o M o P4 o M 0 D4 Q P4 o n 4 D1 o P4 Q u 4 n 4 D4 o D4 fl o P4 o M Q n o P4 o I4 Q M o P4 4 n Q M 4 P4 o u 0 V4 Q ra o M 4 P4 Q M o P4 Q V4 o D4 Q n o P4 o M Q V4 Q V4 o V4 o P4 5 n o n o N Q M o M Q u Q M Q 71 fl 0 P4 4 n o D4 0 n Q D4 o n 0 V1 Q P4 o D4 o 54 Q 51 Q u Q u o n 4 P1 4 M o D4 Q n 4 V4 o P4 4 n 4 V4 o M o P4 Q P4 o P4 o 74 4 74 Q M o P4 Q P4 o P1 4 V LL e SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS All Smiles The girl with the big smile. All dressed up and ready to go. Going my way? Her favorite pastime Gingerbread Pals Pepsodent Kid Double jointed Two heads are better than one The cuties What's this Astonishing isn't it? Waiting ..-,Q-gg-Q. MOVIE PERSONALITIES Van Johnson ......... Peter Lorre ................ ,. Jimmy Durante ........... Betty Hutton ......................... Sydney Greenstreet Laraine Day ................... Kate Smith ........ Martha Raye .......... Victor Mature .......... Greer Garson ........ Elizabeth Scott ......... Lauren Bacall ...... Lana Turner ...... Rochester ......... Lena Horne ......... Alfalfa ............... Gary Cooper ..... .. Hedy Lamarr ....... Gypsy Rose Lee ...... John Hodiak .............. Virginia O'Brien ........ Gloria DeHaven .......... Gregory Peck ..,......... Turhan Bey ............. John Garfield ............ Arthur Treacher ........ Sonny Tufts ............... Alexander Knox ......... Jose Iturbi ..........,........ Mr. McBurney , za ,.,igT".. ..- on Is the World round?" ............Tom Fletcher ..........DarWin Slovon oe Gabriel .......Darlene Hoyland .................Sidney Hirsh ...........Peggy Lamoree .........Sophie Niarchos ........Marian Sokevitz Frasso ..Margreta Bergman .................Betty Blewitt ..........Barbara Harcar ...............Mary Butz ..............Billy Walls uanita Jarvis .........Kenny Huddle Clayton Cotton ..,......Mickey Crawford .........Helen Drumheller immy Garberry ..........Nancy Williams Quint oe Lutz Reynold Santangelo oe Sacco ...........Art Samuels ..........Pete Stack ohn Ford ..........Bill Nelson Joe Gabriel :-"No, sir." Mr. McBurney:-"Are you crazy? If the World isn't round and isn't flat, what is it?" Joe:--"The old man says it's crooked." .1-1." .1.-. on "lt's the little things in the World that tell," said Betty Norris as she pulled her brother out from under the sofa. i 4 bl ,ray WH llfpx SNAPSHOT IDENTIFICATIONS NEW CASTLE RED HURRICANES Jim Garberry Pearson Furst Bob Reed Lynn Sammy Flora Buzzy Panella Art Hill Herby Pete Stack Gene Gribble Walt Smith Bill Sammy Flora Jim Garberry Bill Walls Buzzy ....,g...gg..-... "SENIOR-A CALENDAR" Betts Stewart Walls Panella he Senior "What Sept. 6-Back to school with lots of Pep! Vigor! and Vim! Sept. 7-Received more books than We could carry! Sept. 21-First Class Meeting of the honorable Senior-Ais. Sept. Z4-28--Class Dues collected. "Dig Down Deep!" Sept. 20-Magazine campaign started with a bang. Oct. 4--Magazine campaign ended with lots of money for t A's. Oct. 17-First report period-Oh! Oct. 20-Fall Dance sponsored by Senior A's-"Big Success." Oct. 22-Started to have graduation pictures taken. Nov. 1-Collected Annual Dues. "Dig Again." Nov. 9-Dinks ordered. Nov. 15-Second report period-Oh! Oh! Nov. 20-Cheerleaders' Football Dance. Nov. 21-26-Thanksgiving vacation-"Heaven" Dec. 5-Commencement announcements were ordered. Dec. S-Football Dinner Dance. Dec. 15--Christmas Dance, sponsored by Student Council. fun!" Dec. 17--Dinks arrived. "Boy! Look at us!" Dec. 21-Jan. 2-Christmas vacation--Those wonderful days. Jan. 4-Dance for Senior A's sponsored by Senior B's. Jan. 9-Hand in our much-used books. Jan. 10-Grades. "OH, please pass us." Jan. 11-Class Day-One swell day. Jan. 13-Baccalaureate. Jan. 15-Commencement. At Last! Jan. 16--Dinner Dance, the end of a perfect 12 years. Miss Riier:-"Decline Das Herr." Lorraine Lombardi :--"Decline," Miss Riifer:-"Do What?" Lorraine Lombardi :-"Decline" Sam Flora :-"I have a suit for every day of the Week." Bill Walls :-"You have?" Sam Flora :-"Yes, this is it.' 'Q' n o P1 Q va o P4 o P1 o P1 Q D4 0 P4 Q P4 0 P1 o M o n 0 M Q M o ve Q D4 Q P4 o ra 0 ra o P4 o P4 Q P4 Q n o P4 0 P4 9 n 0 V :J V M N 0 M N N Q V V n N 0 V V P4 f A N N Q V M 9 5 V V M 9 M 9 V P1 N 9 V Q 74 Q n o P4 Q P4 Q D4 o D4 o u 4 V D4 N Q va 9 M Q M 0 P4 Q M Q P4 Q P4 Q P4 Q P1 o D4 o P4 0 P4 v P4 o il .3 P4 o M o P1 o M Q n Q V 74 M 0 P4 0 D4 Q Pl Q P4 0 bl 9 M o P1 0 P4 Q n Q V u 4 V M N A O V V U V V V V V V V U V V V V V V RL D E4 n 9 M Q P4 o M 0 M Q M A o 3 P4 N Q P4 0 P4 0 P4 4 74 o D4 Q V P4 5 V V V V V V V V V V V r 4 A A Q V r 1 4 r 4 N 9 9 v 4 4. V4 6 V V V V V V V V V V V V V v G V V V F 0 V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 54 V r 4 Q D4 O P1 O V4 9 P1 Q P4 0 P1 O D4 9 V4 O P4 9 D4 6 F4 O V4 O if 9 P4 9 P4 O P1 0 P1 9 91 Q D4 O P4 O P4 A O V M A Q J M 9 M o DQ N Q A DITTY FOR EVERY KIDDIE AMELIA ABRAHAM "Abbie" is one swell galg We all know that she's our pal. LORENE ABRAHAM Rene is a dark haired lassg She's a friend of all the class. FRED ADAMO "Cabbage", that guy from Mahoningtown You never see him with a frown. JOHN AUDINO "Bimbo", our future C. P. O., For off to the sea he wants to go. DEMETRIO ANTONELLI "Demat" is a fellow who loves to eat. College he wants, but Army he'll meet. DALE BARTSCH Bartschie has a car that's neat, Especially built with a soft love seat. DOROTHY BELANCIN Dot is a girl with plenty of styleg Wherever she goes she carries a smile. MARGRETA BERGMAN Margreta our cute red-head kidg From all the boys she gets a bid. BETTY BINTRIM Betty and Harley are on the ballg The best to them from one and all. IVAN BIXLER Bix the jolly, good-natured guyg Off the handle he'll never fly. BETTY BLEWITT E, "Blew" is a gal with lots of pepg When she is dancing she's really hep. E -:- -:- -:M H3 4- -:- -:M COMPEIFMENTS SEE THE NEWEST - " 4- -:- + 4. CLASS RINGS AND PINS EUWARIJ D. 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W- -:- -:- R 4- 4- 'ol M Q P1 Q P4 o Pl Q P1 9 P1 Q P1 4 P1 o P4 o PI 0 D4 o 74 o n 9 P4 N1 si' o V4 0 71 Q D4 o V P4 9 V U 74 0 V V V 54 45 V V V P1 o V P4 9 R4 V P1 0 V I4 5 O U P4 Q V n N 0 M Q w P4 N Q hi Q P1 Q P1 Q re o re Q U M 0 E A A A Q E M Q V U U M 6 V U 54 P1 A A Q 74 A Q V 4 V V ra N A A W v A N Q M A 4' V M A A A W u 6 V P1 A M 0 D4 N o I1 0 n Q P4 Q P4 N Q V I1 Q D4 o M 9 P1 0 D4 Q M o P1 Q P1 N ,QL DONALD BOAK Don, the brains of this fair class, Claims he'll ne'er fall for a lass. JOAN BOBER Joan's the gal with the bright "Blue Eyes With which she startles all the guys. HARLEY BOWMAN Harley's the star on the football fieldg When he hits the line, it's bound to yield. MARY LOU BRUNTON That her heart's in the Navy, it's a shame, But we love "LuLu" just the same. MARTHA BUNTMAN If you fellows want a date, Just tell "Mushie" you roller skate. LUCY BURGESS Red is a girl, who with her song, Will someday gather quite a throng. MARY BUTZ Butzy's the girl with the natural beautyg We all think she's quite a cutie. EARL BROWN Earl's the boy who can really drawg In his work there's not a flaw. LOUISE CALABRESE Lou's the gal with plenty of zipg You'll find no one thinks she's a drip. ELEANORE CALDWELL A moment with Eleanor is never dullg Between two words there's never a lull. JAMES CANAN Jimmy has the Senior brainsg Always singing love refrains. DOROTHY CANDIOTA Dot is a girl with beautiful hairy Her ambition is to make others fair. X iii. 4- -:- -12355 A COMPLIMENTS -OF- 'D' + 'G- New Castle Jewelefs 4- Training School 5552 -D' 'D- 4 'U' -B' FINE REPAIRING w se 'D- -D' -D- 242 E. Washington Street QI' 'S' '5- A o 74 Q D4 Q P4 o P4 9 P4 o 54 Q I4 Q V P4 4- -:- -:fi-L4 P COMPLIMENTS .-.OF.-. LAWRENCE BOTTLING CO. 0 9 0 Bottlers of COCA-COLA AND SOFT DRINKS R23-P 'I' 'C' -.is -:- 1- -:M M -:- -:- 1 COMPLIMENTS I LEN's MEN's WEAR I' -OF- .. . 4' Newllastlelluntilello. fn 12 E. WASHINGTON ST. -U- ff f, On the Diamond -D. READY-MIXED CONCRETE CONCRETE BLOCKS 525--- --.- -i,,R gg- -:- -:- ,xl E -:- 5- -134 3-is -:- -:- + The Store of Quality + BEST WISHES for Q FROM Men and Boys KlRK'S 4- ' 4- , THE WINTER CO. H T 'I' 9332- -:- -:- Sandwiches that are different 629 E. WASHINGTON ST. 'G' '21 R522- 3 N o P1 o Pl o bl Q P4 N 6 Pl Q P4 o P4 Q P4 Q P4 4 74 o P1 o D4 0 V4 O P4 N 4 bl o P4 o ll Q 74 Q P4 o P1 4 D4 o P4 Q. P4 o P4 o P4 9 P4 Q bl o P4 Q P1 O D1 o I4 Q P4 o P4 o P4 o U4 o P4 o P4 o P4 Q I1 o D4 Q P4 Q P4 o P4 9 P1 o 71 N 0 5 P4 o I4 Q P4 o P4 o bl Q D4 0 bl 4 P1 o P1 Q P4 N o 5 P4 Q D4 0 P4 o P4 o P4 Q Pl Q D4 N O 5 P4 o P4 Q P4 o P4 Q P4 Q I4 o 54 o D4 o P4 Q bi Q P4 9 P4 4 P4 o D4 4 P4 4 D1 o D4 Q P1 0 D1 o It Q D4 o P4 9 D4 Q Pl o D4 o D4 9 DI o D4 o D1 0 D1 o Pl o D4 o bl 0 I1 o W1 Q Pl e D4 Q D1 Q N mx Q44 NORA CAPAROULA To marry a farmer is Nora's fateg The city slickers no longer rate. ANNE CARROLL Too bad Anne graduates so soon, Because she would rather go in June. AUDREY CASBURN In the January Class of '46, Audrey's the girl that beats the sticks. THEODORE CASTELE Carnegie-Tech bound is Theodore .I.g We know things will go his way. BEVERLY CI-IAFFEE Little Bevie is a lot of fung She's three little sisters all in one. WILLIAM CHALMERS Blondie Bill is plenty neat, And we all think that he's au-reet. MARY CHRISTOS Mary's a lass who's not so dead On the day she has a date with Red. LOUISE COLES Here is a girl with nice blonde hair, With eyes so blue and skin so fair. SHIRLEY COOK "Cookie" is always seen with a smileg To be her classmate was really worth while CLAYTON COTTON Clayty likes to hunt and fish, But we know girls are his favorite dish. BERNARD COWDEN Bernie is a kid with an Irish grin Who always has that will to Win. 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EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE FOR IRAL DIAMONDS THE DIAMOND OF GUARANTEED GEMSTONE QUALITY TIME SERVICE 16 No. Mill St. Phone 1103 'Q' 'C' 4' ll 'C' 'C' 'C' 'C' 'G' 'C' '21 Comphmenm - of - United Engineering and Foundry Company 1 4 7 A -2' 'S' 'C' C' 'G' 'G' MARJORIE CRAWFORD Micky Crawford is a beauty! Wow! Do the boys ever go for her? And how! MARY CUGINI Our little Mary hasn't much to say, But all take notice when she comes their way. VIRGINIA CUMO Small as a dolly and twice as sweet, When it comes to dressing, she surely is neat. BETTY DANGLE At lunch-time Betty plays the record machineg This is one of the reasons we think she's so keen DONNA DAGNON Donna's a maid with plenty of charm, About her we could say no harm. JAMES DAVELLI Jim Davelli is a boy of noteg From everyone he will get a vote. EDITH DAVISON Edith's a girl with lots of pep, And we know she is really hep. PAUL DECKER .Decker reminds us all of a sheikg To the girls he gives more than a peek. EVELYN DeLILLO Evelyn hasn't much to say, But we all hope things go her way. ARLENE DeLORENZO Arlene is known the high school through, There isn't a favor she wouldn't do. JOSEPHINE DeMARCO "Jo" our little model-to-be Ought to make it, as you can see. IRENE DERR Irene's a girl who likes a fling, Many a boy she has on the string. E 4- 4- -e -L 4- 4- H 3 Q With Congratulations and Best Wishes 'D' To The GRADUATING CLASS ' -U' Q an-d'a214f 0 ., Mg, ea. ,,, New CASTLE, PA. f' Q -:- 4- 4- :- 4- 4- gg-Y -4- - 4- ' -:ii-L4 iii' .--J.: - 4- 464 -0- COMPLIMENTS 'D' 'OF' DISTINCTIVE cLoT1-nas 4, . Fon CHILDREN Castle Stationery -i- .q. - -5. PHONE 6721 4- 1os North Mill street 'U' gps 4- 4- ge gg- 4- 4- sig Efii- I 4: 4- -155 ii? 4- - 4- 4234 Q COMPLIMENTS + COMPLIMENTS OF -oF- ALEXAN DE R'S 4, WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES 4, J. J. Dean Grocery Co. 4, Am' PHM0 RAWOS NEW CASTLE, PA. 0 . 0 0 1 33 N. MILL STREET 523' 4- 4- gg gi- 4 4- 4- gig ANNIE DiCARLO Annie is so cute and sweet, You've got to admit she's plenty neat. ROCCO DOMINICUS Rocco's as hard as the rock of Gibraltarg He's lots of fun and will never falter. CHARLES DONOFRIO Lunch period hall guard is our Chuck, Get by him? You'll have no luck. C HELEN DRUMHELLER "Honey" is our Southern belle, A beautiful future we do foretell. FRED DUFF A super-duper hunter is Fred Duff, Of shooting pheasants he'1l ne'er get enough. NANCY ELDER Nancy has a date 'most every night With many a boy she's in the spot light. NORMA FAZZONE Our black-haired Norma has such a pretty smile, All her classmates she does beguile. THOMAS FLETCHER Like an ancient prince-blonde and strong, Our Tom will stand out in any throng. SAMUEL FLORA It's no understatement to say it at all That Sammy can really carry that ball. JOHN FORD Johnny is a member of the Ne-Ca-Hi crewg Boys like him in this world are few. MARY FORD Cheerful and willing, a speciman of good health, We wish for you, Mary, much happiness and wealth BEVERLY FOX Tiny, demure, happy and neat, Her voice is high and very sweet. EEN: -:- -:- -:ti-5 535 -:- -:- MZ CONGRATULATIONS Q GRADUATES ll' 0 COMPLIMENTS ll' from the -OF- ' 'U' -U' 4. Strauss-lllrshber Cu. ., Q SPENCER PAINT G' GLASS CO. -rr -u- -D' Q3 -G- SWU if 'ul One of New Cast1e's 'U' 'D' l ei 'U' Better Stores 7? 'C' 'S' R QQ' 'C' 'D' R Ei? -:- -:- -:ri-5 E -:- -:- -:EZ 'D' COMPLIMENTS -0- McBride-Shannon Co. 'OF' 4, INSURANCE 4. Maxwell 8 Gibson e 'D' QUALITY CQAL 'll' zaa mst WASHINGTON s'r. 8' ICE 45- BELL 519 NEW cAsT1.ra, PA. -u- Zla.- 1-cf ' L--is-E --'gg gl- -:- -:- gg -:- -:- rg 53 -:- -:- 43 'P THE DANISH PASTRY SHUP 4' Roma Restaurant PHONE 3523 + 13 S. Mercer St. New Castle, Pa. -5, za NORTH MILL srnmrr , Home of Italian Foods H . + New Castle's Largest Exotic Restaurant l MAKERS OF FINE CAKES AND PASTRIES 'll' GUY ANGELUCCI, Prop. 'U' gn- -:- -:- Q 5-pb -:- -:- ANTHONY FRASSO That Tony has plenty of zestg At playing the accordion he is the best. JOSEPH GABRIEL Joe is a boy who drives a truck, To him We Wish the best of luck. JAMES GARBERRY That football star with the curly hair, His special Weakness is gils that are fair. ANNA LOU GENERAL Anna Lou excels in art. You can count on her to do her part. SYLVIA GRAZIANI Syl's a gal with lots of poise, A favorite among the Ne-Ca-Hi boys. ANN GREEN Dark-haired, blue-eyed, and a soft low voiceg Among the beauties, she is our choice. ESTHER GREGORY With sweet little dimples and a curl that's a beaut You can readily see Why all think she's cute. MAXINE GROCE A friend to all through our long school years, To Max We give three rousing cheers. BARBARA HARCAR In Ne-Ca-Hi's ranks, Harkie stands out A star of the class, without a doubt. RUTH HARTMAN For Ruth we send heaps and heaps of cheersg The loss of her presence will bring us tears. EARL HAWK Earl with the blonde curly hair is cuteg To him We all go, when We buy a suit. WILLAMAE HILLIARD We all think "Willy" is pretty niceg As a model girl, she will suffice. 53 -:- -:- 4 -:- -:- -:- IL, BEST WISH ES, from MQONEY BRQS. Phone 5260 X' 4 133 Mahoning Avenue New Castle, Penn'a. Q 'C' 4' 'Q' 3' 'C' 4' 53 -:- -:- -4 -:- -:- -:- ZZ Compliments of New euifle flefzaclaaied C' QXX9 'U' n New Castle . . . Pennsylvania 7-Q-Q -:- -:- -1- 4- -:- -e- gg SIDNEY HIRSH Without Sidney the class would be plenty weary, For when he's around, no one is dreary. THOMAS HOPKINS Hop is a boy always full of pepg When it comes to girls, he's really hep. DARLENE HOYLAN D She's the blonde bombshell of Ne-Ca-Hi, But to the Navy, not us, goes many a sigh. ROBERT HOYLAND A very swell fellow is our Bobg He never failed us on his job. KENNETH HUDDLE Rather quiet but lots of fung His pleasures begin when work is done. J UANITA J ARVIS Juanita is always full of pepg You can be sure she's always hep. EDITH JAY Now here is a gal whom we all knowg Her yen for Love has begun to show. FREIDA JOHNS Freida is quiet but very sweetg A nicer girl you will never meet. THEODOSIA JOHNSON A very quiet but brilliant galg We all consider her our pal. GRACE KISH With a manner about her that's pleasing and gay We're sure that Grace will make her way. RUTH KRAMER Here's to Ruth, the Annual Stafs prideg It's been a real pleasure to work by her side. FRANCES KRESOWATY In three years of friendship with all the rest, Frances stands out as one of the best. 55 .-:- 4- M iii -:- -:- -M --- - , -: Il Compliments A lu- --of- 'ul - MACHINE -In SB , I COMPANY l 0 n . rnwn sSun, nc. FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN Q PRODUCTION ln' Q "OUR QUALITY FEED" 'uh MACHINING New Castle, Penn'a. O + I G + + Office PHONE 6550 Produce Street . Phone 5315 lu- ' -u- + 310-12 Grove Street qu, New Wilmington, Pa. New Castle, Penna. ' New Castle, Penna. W' 'Q' '5' W 'Q' '55 -T NN Eli? -:- A -:- -:M M A P -:- -:- M Q COMPLIMENTS FROM 4, COMPLIMENTS LOF... Regent Theatre 4, 4. OF NEW CASTLE M. I ALWAYS THE BEST O ' REAL ESTATE 'D' sl-low IN TOWN G- INSJSZNCE 0 9 0 -POPULAR PRICES.. + 214 TEMPLE BUILDING 12' gg- -:- 2- Qi W -:- -:- 53 -:- -:- -M -N-ii -2- -:- 4 4, Compliments qi 65 f O ,D COMPLIMENTS Ric:-:MAN BROTHERS -01-- + FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN 4. 4. AND YOUNG MEN FLEMING STEEL CO. NEW CASTLE, PA. STORE adn 124 E. Washington Street 'ul H.. mi 'D' QED' Ji' 4' Egg D' 'C' 4' PEGGY LAMOREE She's cute, she sparkles, she fills us with joy, He who snags Peggy is a most lucky boy. ROBERT LINZ With auburn hair, freckles, and a peach of a grin Bobbie's sent many a girl into a spin. FRED LIPP As a baseball pitcher he's good indeed, That ball comes down with blinding speed. LORRAINE LOMBARDI V To become an artist is her dream, And she is bound to reign supreme. SHIRLEY LOY Shirley is a charming girl, Really keeps the boys in a whirl. JOSEPH LUTZ Joe is really one grand guy, With personality money won't buy. VERA MAN CINI Vera is always so cheerful and gay- May happiness always come her Way. EVELYN MASTERS Evelyn is shy but mighty kind, A better girl is hard to find. MAXINE MANTZ at Always laughing and full of fun, Maxine's smile is for everyone. MARJORIE MAXWELL At leading cheers she's really on the beam, 'Cause we all know she can make us scream. ED McQUISTON I Shy, with a smile that is very winning, We all know Ed will keep on grinning. DOROTHY MCFEATERS No one could ever find a better pal, We all know she's one swell gal. Q T 535 -:- -:- eg H -:- -:- -:E CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS JANUARY CLASS -n- AND BEST WISHES 'D' OF 1946 'U' FROM I 4. fn I5 Il0 S llIIlIIl0l'S 0 R ld 81 S + n. la. lmmsfv a suns Y BUILDERS' suPPL1Es Fashions for Men- + HARDWARE + + You-ng Men, and Boys Q PAINTS O I -2- , 4- + cl 114-116 East WaShll'lgt0n st. 30620 CROTON AVE- New Castle, Pennsylvania gy- -:- -:- Q 9753- -:- -:- gg E -:- -:- -:M N -:- -:- ' -:ZZ COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF 'C' -OF- -D- + LOVE 6- MEGOWN -D- I May s Doughnut Shop ,THE DRUGGISW, 'U' ' 'U' o Q o E. WASHINGTON STREET Q 12 NORTH MILL STREET Q gza- -:- -:- gg ix- -:- -:- gg M -:- -:- 435.4 5-ii -:- -:- -ai? -D- BEST WISHES 'U' COMPLIMENTS FLEMI NG 4- -0F- -Q- MUSIC STORE -- A G. C. MU RPHY .D 52 56 Q 29 NORTH NILL STREET "The Friendly Store" NEW LOCATION + lc' 7553- -:- -:- 2329- -2- -2- SER PAULINE MINICK The blonde-haired beauty of Ne-Ca-Hi-- Every boy would like to be her guy. ANGELINE MONTES Short and dark, always ready to please, Angy's personality is like a Warm spring breeze DORA MORALDI Serious, but not averse to pollity, Dora's a girl with lots of quality. DELORES MORGAN "Bright eyes" is Sissy's other name, Those diamonds are really her claim to fame. WILLIAM NELSON Next to Iturbi, Willy reigns, His music wards off all our pains. SOPHIE NIARCHOS Beside someone's bedside Sophie will be A consoler, a messenger of happiness and glee. ELIZABETH NORRIS Spreading good will and happiness, too, We're sure that both will follow you. JAMES PADULA Dark and handsome, not so short, On the football field, he's really a sport. CHARLES PAGLIALONG He's the fellow we call Chasmo- Always willing and ready to go. FRANCES PAGLIALONG Frances is everyone's friend, Her dresses show the latest trend. ANNA PAGLIARO Anna really is quite a driver, In a traffic jam, she's a coniver. ANAROSE PALUMBO Anarose is a Nurse's Aid, But in plays, she's a dancing maid. it - 'Rf f- -:M Eli -:- -:- -F354 0 ' O IT'S EASIER TO SUCCEED 4- -D- + A NEW Q BY HAVING YOUR SHOES REBUILT MODERN STORE TO SERVE A + Q 'U' MODERN COMMUNITY 'U' o o o -6- ' -U' -D' 74 -G- e P l Sh S ' ag ey oe ervlce New Galle Slow 'D' 17 North Mill Street 'U' 4' -G' 0 0 0 New Castle, Pa. 5-gr 4- -:- ggi gy- -:- -o- gg H -:- T -:- -:M M -:- -:- -M 'U' COMPLIMENTS -D' .iQF... -F 2 2 U 0 0 Q LEO P. STRIZZI I -0- -U- PHOTOGRAPHER Q ARTICLES IN HARDWARE + Qgii' 'L " 'JF '-TR QF -2- -I' QQ -:- -:- -M EE -:- 52 I -sri? CORRECT CLOTHES cl COMPLIMENTS + are an important part 0 of life ......... 0 R'CE'5 BUY'A'B'T .Levin ek' + . + The Store of Nationally Advertised Men's Wear 213 BOYLES AVENUE 'U' NEXT TO PENN THEATRE 'D' ga- -:- -:- gin- -:- -:- ggi DOLORES PATTERSON Dolores is very quiet in class, But outside she's a lively lass. VIVIAN PHILLIPS Tall, dark and quite attractive, A pleasant girl, but not so active. ELIO PICARRO Elio plays in a local bandg At the trumpet he's quite a hand. LOIS PITNOFF At Physics Lois is a good kidg For her we'll always make a bid. LARRY PITZER Our Larry is quite a wit, In any crowd, he's a perfect fit. JOSEPH PAOLONE Joe's a dark and happy ladg "If it's a fact," he'l1 not get mad. DELBERT PORTER In English there's nothing that he doesn't know Just ask Miss McClaren and see that it's so. FLORENCE QUINT Flo is our beautiful football queen- Tiny and cute as you have seen. ROBERT RICHARDS Blackie is this fellow's nameg To be an engineer is his aim. MARY ELLEN ROBINSON Mary Ellen is one fine girl- She likes a boy by the name of Merle. ELAINE ROWE Elaine loves one, as we all know- A fellow named Dick is her special beau. EMELIO RUSSO This fellow loves to dance and whirlg When you see Arnelio, he's with a girl. H 4- Ja- -4 -:- -:- -:- + Compliments - of - "7 7fze szmmaa pazzew : W ,Q , -C- at-Q -2- 4- -:- v -:- -:- sas -:- -:- -z -:- -:- -:- + Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class from -u- THE GREATER NEW CASTLE ASSOCIATION Q -:- -:- -:- :1 -:- -:- E -:- -:- f. -:- -:- -:- + Compliments - of - T The Panella . JOSEPH SACCO Joe certainly is a guy of humor, His love for jokes is surely no rumor. BERNARD SAINATO He's a dependable, resourceful fellowg He does a good job with never a bellow. ARTHUR SAMUELS On the ball when it comes to marks, He's surely one of Margraf's sharks. BETTY SANNER Known to every girl and boy, We can point to her with joy. PAULINE SANTANGELO Pauline is friendly and always treats you fine No matter where she is, she will always shine. REYNOLD SANTANGELO A glamor boy is our "Fox", Noted for his flashy sox. GERALDINE SARBO Gerry is so cute and shy, She can't help but to get by. MARY JANE SBARRO She talks and giggles all the time- Some of her jokes are really divine. MICHAEL SCUNGIO Mike's the guy who beats the hideg As a drummer, he's our pride. MARY SHUTTLEWORTH Peewee's always seen and heard, For everything she's got a word. DARWIN SLOVON Darwin's happy and kind of smallg With his personality, he doesn't need to be tall. VIVIAN SMITH On annual staff, she's always typing, With all her work, she's never griping. XE -:- -e- -:Z E3 5- -e- . -A -Jie Best Wishes from . . COMPLIMENTS 4, 41- 'OF' -c- L PERELMAN 'S A X E 9 S + J E w E L R Y 'EJ 4' R A D 1 o s E L E c T R I c EF! Q A P P L 1 A N c E s e- Qj -J- W' 55 NORTH MILL STREET 4 129 East Washington St. 4- NEW CASTLE, PA. -rf New Castle Pa ga- 4- -:- Q 7552- -:- " -5 - E -:- -:- -M Ml - -E -5 CONGRATULATIONS 'U' JANUARY CLASS OF '46 -D' COMEELMNFNTS PE N N TH EATRE 41- L "Always the Best Show in Town" Home., SANDWICH SHOP + METR0'G0I-DWYNMAYER 0 103 NORTH MERCER STREET A Pz1z2e::e::,::0 - --- 7'79f' - -4' 4' R W 4' 4' TN H P -:- -:- -M -:- -:- A -' Z Q COMPLIMENTS OF Bch COMPLIMENTS -OF- JESSE N. KERR , -D1AMoND- General Fluor Covering 4, JEWELERQSUQVERSMITH Q 21-25 south Mill stree- 5 NORTH MILL STREET NEW CASTLE, PA. PHONE 2006 NEW CASTLE, PA. 27' -2- 4- 'G' -2- MARIAN SOKEVITZ Marian's always humming a tune, With Sinatra someday she'll croon. PHYLLIS SPENCER Phil comes to school on the bus every day- We know she'd rather walk, but it's quicker this way PHILIP STACK Pete's a star in basketball, But for a girl, he'1l never fall. EVELYN STEINMETZ Evie's always out for fun, She's got the fellows on the run. RONALD STODDARD Ronnie's really a handsome boy, Always bubbling over with joy. VVILLIAM THROOP Bill's the sure and steady typeg About him, pages we could write. JAMES TINDAL At mechanical drawing Jim is O. K., And we wish him success along his way. CHARLES TRUBY Chuck and his math deserve plenty of praiseg Weill always remember him in future days. MARY VANASCO Mary's really a regular galg Count on her, she'll be your pal. MARY VIVIANO From her name you know she's full of life, And will make some fellow an excellent wife. LENA MAE VOGAN A nice little gal is Lena Maeg Our rating for her is more than O. K. WILLIAM WALLACE Bill's sure to succeed in anything -- His praises our class will always sing. 'J T35 -:- -:- JE- 11- ' 1 1 - 5. -A To The Compliments Graduate . . . 4' -Of- 4' 3 VFW 'U' CONGRATULATIONS AND MAY YOU Elliott 8. Waddingtan 0 OONTINUE TO AOHIEVE 'D' 'nl 116-118 N. 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CARL WHITE Carl is the professor of the classg With his knowledge he is sure to pass. NANCY WILLIAMS Nancy's hair is pretty brightg With her we're sure no one will iight. MARILYN WOODARD In Spanish Marilyn can do her stuffg Nothing for her is too tough. FRANK ZACCARELLI When he toots his horn it's mighty sweet, And that boy's rhythm is hard to beat. - ."-Q.-1. on Uarda Cramer :-"Have a peanut." Sophie Niarchos:-"Nope, they're fattening." Uarda:-"Why should they be fattening?" Sophie :-"I dunno, but that's all I've ever seen an elephant eat." 1.-T"-i-i on You have a S100 bill. You leave it for safe keeping with the desk clerk in the hotel where you are staying. The clerk puts it in the cash box. Later the hotel manager takes the bill to the bank to pay off a note. The bank uses the S100 bill to pay the salary of a teller. The teller in turns pays off a S100 grocery bill. The grocer then pays a S100 dentist bill. The dentist lives in your hotel and pays his S5100 hotel bill with the S5100 bill and the bill is returned to the cash box. You come along later and ask for your S100 bill. The clerk gives it to you. Much to his surprise you tear it up because it is counterfeit. Who loses on the Deal? aiiw' -:- -:L -: -:- 4- -:- ri-E Gump' Standard Steel Spring Company fl . ,gf -A 1' fl!! . gb fi, NEW CASTLE PLANT -F' -:- -c-w -:- -:- QQ 7 n o M 4 D4 o n 4 P1 Q i4 4 V n 6 bfi- A A 0 74 9 V4 0 P4 9 D4 O D4 O D4 O 74 O O1 9 P1 Q P4 Q D4 0 P4 0 D4 O P4 O Pl 0 PJ I4 W Q P4 0 L1 0 P1 o 74 o D4 0 P4 o P4 o V D4 v'4 4 P1 5 P4 Q P4 o M Q P4 Q M Q u o n o P4 o n o P1 o M o P4 0 V4 o P4 9 u Q P4 o V4 Q M 9 n Q P4 o P4 Q u o U4 Q n 9 n Q V4 9 P1 o P4 o P4 Q D1 o D1 o n o na Q u o P4 Q n 4 P4 0 u o no o va o n o n Q P4 o P4 o u 9 P4 Q n Q n 9 P4 Q u Q n 4 M o u 4 51 Q P4 o u o D1 o M o P4 Q P4 Q P4 o i4 o n 0 P4 4 P4 Q P4 4 74 Q u 9 D4 o P4 o n 4 u Q P4 4 P4 0 P4 0 va o PQ o P4 o P4 o P4 0 n o P4 o M o P4 o P4 4 M N 4 WHAT IF ---- ? Jim were a gun instead of a Cannon Delbert were a waiter instead of a Porter Bill were a left hook instead of a fhalfj Nelson Johnny were a Cadillac instead of a Ford Shirley were a dishwasher instead of a Cook Elmer were blue instead of Brown Joan were a sinker instead of a Bobfbjer Ann were an anthem instead of a Carroll Ted were a barn instead of a Castfejle Clayton were silk instead of Cotton Bernie were a horse instead of a Cowfdenj Paul were a ceiling instead of a Deckferj Nancy were a youngster instead of an Elder Beverly were a wolf instead of a Fox Joe were St. Peter instead of Gabriel Ann were brown instead of Green Earl were a sparrow instead of a Hawk Edith were a cardinal instead of a Jay Fred were a cheek instead of a Lipfpb Flo were a quad instead of a Quint Elaine would paddle instead of Rowe Pete were a pile instead of a Stack Bill were a ceiling instead of a Wall Cherie would walk instead of Wafejddle Carl were black instead of White "Out of This World" ...... .......... D arwin Slovon "Sentimental Journey" ...................... Hayride "I'd Rather Be Me" ......... .................. J oe Sacco "Caldonia" .................................,...................... ............................ ....................... T o m Hopkins "Some Sunday Morning" ................................................................................. Baccalaureate "Chl What A Beautiful Morning" ......... Any Monday Morning-Oh yeah! "Out of Nowhere" .......................................... Mr. Book breaking up a crap game "It's Been A Long, Long Time" .................................. Since we were Sophs! "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" ........ .................... A Cappella Choir "Small Fry" ...................................................... ................................ C arl White "Rhapsody in Blue" ....... ................. C lass Day "Scatterbrain" .......................... ..................... J ohn Ford "How Little We Know" ...... ........... C hemistry Class "Temptation" ........................... .............. C utting class "A Door Will Open" ...... ............ C ommencement "Boogie Woogie" .......... ................................... .S wing Lobby "Tonight We Love" ....... ........................................................... D ates "Trolley Song" ........... ............,..........,.................... N eshannock Twp. Express Mr. X:-"Your son is making good progress with his violin. He is beginning to play quite nice tunes." Mr. Stoddard 2-"Do you think so? We were afraid that we'd merely gotten used to it." E -:- -2- -:- -:- E:- A BRIGHTER FUTURE This, as you complete your final weeks of study, is the outlook for you-the January Class of 1946. Never again, we pray, will you be called upon, as the classes before you, to set aside your dreams for a bright future and defend those freedoms which we love. After nearly four long years of blood-shed, strife and despair, you are again permitted to look into a future illumined With the bright rays of PEACE, HOPE, SECURITY and OPPORTUNITY. Right here in New Castle, at the Johnson Bronze plant, these rays are shining. Hundreds' of men and women, many of them former students of Ne-Ca-Hi, helped produce the Weapons of War. They are now con- tinuing to make high quality bearings for the peacetime machinery of our nation and other nations of the world. Also among our group are many of the fine young men who were called from their machines to take up arms in our defense. Now they have returned to civilian life. And now, We of Johnson Bronze, Wish you all the success that a nation at peace has to offer. pil JOHNSON BRONZE I Qlwvesennlnn Hennqunnrens R 455 S. MILL STREET - NEW CASTLE. PA. -:E -:- -:- -:- -:- QQ OUR PHYSICS CLASS Ivan Bixler .......... Don Boak ......... Jim Canan ............ Ted Castele ............. Paul Decker ................ Fred Adamo ........... .................................................................................................................. G alileo ............Benjamin Franklin .....-.....Charles Coulomb ................................Torricelli ...........Alessandro Volta ames Watt Rocco Dominlcus ......... ........... T homas Newcomen John Ford ..................... Earl Hawk ................ Lois Pitnoif .......... .................Thomas Edison ...................George Ohm ...................Madame Curie Bob Richards . ........ ......................... J oseph Henry Bernie Salnato .......... ........... . . Art Samuels ............ Pete Stack .................... Ronald Stoddard ........ Chuck Truby ........... ,. ...... . Bill Wallace ............ ............................................. Sir Humphrey Davy ames J oule Isaac Newton ......................Blaise Pascal ......Otto Von Guericks .............Michael Faraday u1u1l"1:l no A bathing suit is a garment that holds fast going around the curves. Little Johnny brought home his report card and with it was a note from the teacher. "Dear Mrs. Blank," the note said, "Johnny is a bright boy but he spends all his time with the girls. I'm trying to think of some way to cure him." Mrs. Blank studied the note, then wrote the following:--"Dear teacher, if you find some way to cure him, please let me know. I am having the same trouble with his old man." Mrs. McCune:-"Any question on today's assignment?" Charles Truby:--"Yea-What was it?" Ivan Bixler fto soda jerkl :-"I want a strawberry and peach and marshmallow sundae, with plenty of strawberries, the peach cut up in the ice cream, the nuts on the side, the chocolate on the vanilla ice cream, and the marshmallow on that. I'd like a slice of banana on each side, sprinkle the whole thing with crushed pineapple and put a cherry on the top." Soda Jerk :-"Okay! What day can you come in for a fitting." l as Baby Ear of Corn :-"Mummy, where did I tum fum?" Mummy Ear of Corn :-"The stalk brought you, dear!" Maxine Groce:--"Bob! How cruel! Why did you cut that poor worm in half?" Bob Richards :--"He seemed so lonely." SEB 4- 4- -43 E-ii 4- 4- -M DON'T MISS - - - CONGRATULATIONS Q NEW CASTLE'S lb' 4 TO THE ln' MUSICAL FROM EVENTS OF THE YEAR 4' 4' 'E' 4' YOUR HOTEL 4- 4- -D' Buy A 41- SEASON TICKET , for the Q H74-66 no nj- METROPOLITAN 4- ir 4- 4- gg gn- 4- , 4- gg 4- 4- -465,4 55-is 4- E 4- -135 COMPLIMENTS OF + 4' . , . Silverman S 4. H. G. Muller fr Son Economy Shoe Shop INSURANCE ff 110 E. WASHINGTON ST. -5. NEW CASTLE, PA. -D- W W 0 Q O 2402-Q E WASHINGTON ST "The Store Devoted to Better Fitting + . - Q Footwear for Better Health" 74- + -- Eff- -:- + Q 4- 4- -M T3 4- 4- -:iff 4, A + COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS 'OF- -oF- 'U' 'U' KEYSTON E 4. White Front Lunch 105 W. WASHINGTON ST. V W- 4- 4- 'U' FURNITURE CO. 4- 4- 759 4' 4' ES SENIOR CLASS SONG BOOK Tom Fletcher ............................................. Bill Wallace .............. "How Many Hearts Have You Broken" Good, Good" Ann Green ..................... .......... . . Mickey Crawford .......... Jim Canan ......... . ........... . Darwin Slovon ....... Joe Sacco .......,........ Mary Butz ..,..,.......... Baby" "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" ........"Goin' To Dance With the Dolly" "Serenade To a Jerk" . ................................... "I'd Rather Be Me" Sophie Niarchos ........ ................................................ ' John Ford ................................ ....... ' Mary Lou Brunton Sidney Hirsh ............... Peggy Lamoree ...... "Girl of My Dreams" 'Pistol Packing Mama" 'I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire" Alone" CBillJ Get By" 'iSomething Sentimental" Uarda Cramer ........... .......................... . ......... "Sweetheart of All My Dreams" Norma Fazzone . ........ .................. Bob Hoyland .................... "You Made Me Love You" .........."For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" Darlene Hoyland .......... ........................................... ' 'The Blonde Sailor" Joe Lutz ........................... ........ ' 'Let The Rest of the World Go By" Maxine Groce ....................... ...................................................... ' 'Dream Boat" Lorraine Lombardi Dorothy McFeaters Delbert Porter .......... Bill Nelson ................... Elizabeth Norris ........... "Ma He's Making Eyes at Me" Dream of You" .........."Swinging On A Star" Eyes" Audry Casburn .......... ..................................................... ........ ' ' I'll Be Seeing You" YOU CAN HAVE 'EM WE'RE THROUGH WITH 'EM Miss Calvin ........................................................................ Miss Elliott ........................ Mr. Bridenbaugh ......... Miss VanDivort ........ Mr. Weide ................ Mr. Copson ........... .....................''Wretched girl! ..................."Be quiet, darn it!' "I dare you to read that book" ..........."Isn't that right, class? ?" "You Bonehead you!" 7 COoh! what he said!! 7 Mr. Green ................................. .... ............................................... Mrs. McCune .................. Miss Hartsuff ......... "As a matter of fact" "If you don"t want to learn, why should I worry. Do it professionally! Mr. Replogle ............... .......... ,................... . . ."Now--Once again. Miss Merrillees .......... ................... Miss McClaren .......... Miss Kelly ................. Mr. Margraf ............ "This is the dumbest class! ........."Don't everyone speak at once. fTranslation impossiblej .................................''People are funny Mr. Duff ......................... .... ......... ................................................................ ' ' C ho1r! !! Mrs. Brinkerhoff ...................................................... Miss Young .................. T. B. or not T. B. That is the congestion, "Now you'll have to be quiet!! ......."I'm glad none of you will be working for me. Consumption to be done about it? Of cough! of cough! -U' -u- 252 + 935 -:- -:- I -U' 'D' Aux - Z4 935 -:- -:- -:QQ -:- -:- -elif SEAVY'S STU DIO 'U' NEW CASTLE, PA. 5355 HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHS -D' PI? 55 PORTRAITS MODERN AND DISTINCTIVE F 'C' 'I' 'II' -II- 'D' 'D' ELLIOTT BROS. + STEEL COMPANY "Cold Rolled Strip Steel 0 Since 1893" -II' -U- JJ- -U' -II' 'U' I?'R?J' 'B' 'if Ei Q5 -:- -:- -M35 New Castle, Pennsylvania I -:- -:- -4235 COMPLIMENTS OF THE 4:-The Mueller Art Cover PENNSYLVANIA ENGINEERING 'I' WORKS NEW CASTLE, PA. gin- -:- -:- -D' -II- 6' Binding Co. 4. 2202 Superior Avenue Cleveland, Ohio Represented by MR. HOMER SMITH JJ- 'U' Box 411 Youngstown, Ohio QI- -:- -:- gg GUS' For Sportswear Adam Hats Adam Shirts 106 E. WASHINGTON ST. 2229- -:- -:- N. -M M -:- -:- -eg 0 COMPLIIMENTS -QF.. 'U' 'U' -II- 'U' MATH ER BROS. CO. 6SJ J EWELERS SINCE was 'U' EA 935' 'i' 'i' R 1'Tl'I 5 V P4 9 D4 A 5' 5 V P4 N N W N Q N N N A W Z 9 V V V P1 9 If 4 W va 9 P4 N o H Q V H N E 9 fl A N 9 r N 9 V P4 N N N 9 n N N N V ef V V n 5 P1 N W r 9 P4 Q N 9 V M N 5 u N N Q Z 9 M fl N 5 N 9 V V D1 N N 9 P4 N Q 51 N Q r N 4 V V P4 9 P4 V N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N H N N 0 M 9 P1 0 P4 9 P4 O P4 O P4 O 74 O P4 O P4 0 U P4 A O P4 O P4 0 P4 0 P4 Q P4 O D4 0 D4 0 D4 O I1 Q I1 O P4 O I4 O P4 9 P4 0 Pi 9 bl O P4 O P4 9 P1 O D4 O D4 0 D1 0 I1 O P4 O PQ O P4 9 P4 9 74 O P1 O P4 A9 I1 9 P4 O U D1 4' D4 m m m n n m 6 bl m 6 v P1 6 I4 m 6 w D4 n m n Q w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w ? Q w w w w w w P1 ri 9 P4 0 P1 9 D1 Q M o D4 o DQ Q P4 o M o P1 0 re 0 n 4 P4 0 D4 Q P1 o D4 o n Q V 5: ,W 6' D1 a m A 9 w V4 6 P1 6 U WHAT IS "WHAT"? Is what a thing called love? Is what a bird like a dove? Is it a thing with a tail, Or is it something like rain or hail? It might be a hat, it might be a miss, It could be a fir or maybe a sis. Is it something that happens in May? Is it something you pull from a hat ? In conclusion, I've one thing to say It has to be this or be that. WHAT THE SENIOR-A CLASS WOULD DO WITH THE ATOMIC BOMB This serious question concerning the Atomic Bomb was asked of every Senior A and, for some peculiar reason, every Senior A gave us practically the same answer. This is what was said :-"Take an atomic bomb, fthe size of a marblel and on the night before Christmas put in a very convenient place in the basement of dear old Ne-Ca-Hi. When asked why they would prefer to keep the bomb there, the answer was, "What's the matter, you C-R-A-Z-Y!" What a wonderful Xmas present that would make for the Sophomores! Jim Canan Cto shoe clerkj :-"Do you sell alligator shoes?" Clerk :--"Yes, sir, what size does your alligator wear?" The man who never thought anything of walking ten miles a day has a grandson who doesn't think much of it either. A hick town is one where there is no place to go where you shouldn't be. To cease smoking is the easiest thing I ever did. I ought to know because I've done it a thousand times. ..l-T-".1-1- no An applicant for a driver's license in Grand Rapids, failing in the written examination, explained that he had just purchased a new set of teeth and "couldn't read because he couldn't pronounce the words." Lady :-"So you are on a submarine? What do you do?" Tar :--"Oh, I run forward and hold her nose when we take a dive." 5335 4- 4- 4 4- 4- 4- M ESTABLISHED 1873 PHONE 257 I Mlm- I.Il:.l..g.'..iIll.E.II + MASTER PRINTERS ewmd, fan, amz. and Pwnphld 76046 'U' NE-CA-1-u PRINTERS OVER 70 YEARS OF SERVING THIS COMMUNITY 'U' 217-219 sYcAMoRE STREET NEW CASTLE, PENN'A. fBetween Mill and East Streetsj 3,32 4- 4- -4- :- 4- 4- E 4- 4- -: 4- 4- 4- 4. Congratulations McClelland Florists McGrath's Flowers Butz Florists 'U' . . Cunningham 6' Welngartner Members of F. T. D. A. 951. 4 -J 4- 4- A 4- a- F - 4- , 4- . is 4- 4- -: 4- 4- 4- + N. c. H. s. CLASS RINGS DIAMONDS :-: WATCHES :-: JEWELRY :-: RADIOS J. B. IEL E an JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST EXPERT WATCHMAKERS ESTABLISHED 1904 -ON THE PUBLIC SQUARE- giz 4- 4- 4- r 4- 4- JANUARY '46 - - MAGAZINE STAND Time .......................................................... ............ G raduation Life ................................................................ ...................... N e-Ca-Hi Woman's Home Companion .......... .................... T ed Castele Vogue .......................................................... ........ M ickey Crawford American Boy ..........,....................... ........................ D on Boak American Girl .................. .......... 1 Vlaxine Groce Country Gentleman ......... ................... J oe Lutz Liberty ............................... ......................... 3 :16 P. M. Esquire .......... ....................... T om Fletcher Hygiene ............ .....,..... A nna Rose Palumbo Seventeen ................................. .................... T he Senior A's Coronet ........................................... ........................... L arry Pitzer Saturday Evening Post .......... .................. P ayless Drug Store Good Housekeeping ........... .......... H ome Economic Girls Cosmopolitan ................ ....................................................... ........................... P a ul Decker When the Donkey saw the Zebra, He began to switch his tailg "Well I never," was his comment, "Here's a mule that's been in jail!" Mr. Brown :-"There is no difficulty in the world that can't be overcome, if you try." into Helen Drumhellerz-"Did you ever try squeezing toothpaste back the tube?" Larry Pitzer:-"Look at that ant on top of that telephone pole." Joe Sacco :-"Oh, you mean the one with the sprained ankle?" Mr. Weide:-"Who was Volta?" Darwin Slovon :--"Wasn't he the one who discovered the dry cell?" Mr. Weide:-"You're not asking me. I'm asking you." Darwin Slovon:-"Well, I don't know either." Miss Maxwell:-"What was President Wilson doing when he at- tracted the attention of the nation?" Vivian Smith :-"He was shaving." Pvt. Gabriel Conti to some sweet young thing :-"Pardon me, Miss, I'm a stranger in town. Can you direct me to your house?" Mr. Weide:-"Now, Fred, can you give the class an example of wasted energy? " Fred Lipp :--"Yes, sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald-headed man." E -:- -:- -ll I LD- 'C' Z2 fi 5' ....i1f4a9aea,l'cfcaqaJb1.iqf1i Some say it's the air age, some the electronic age, l others say it'll be the atomic age. It's definitely an exciting, progressive day that you at your graduation look into. Congratulations on your success. And, 7 Q - is may there come- from your ranks individuals with the ,Q - " A courage and foresight to be the leaders in the enter- 1 rises of tomorrow Stru le to maintain athways KN Jr?-. Q p . .. gg P , 5: W of individual opportunlty unshackled by the bonds of ld 5 schemes that rob enterprise of its freedom. . . Best 'Q. ' ' Wishes. Nl 1 1 V X'!4 PENNSYLVANIA PUWER CUMPANY '21 '57 'C' 3' 'C' 'C' Bernie Sainato stepped into the store the other day and asked for a pair of socks. Rocco Dominicus:-"What number, please? Bernie :-"Two, you dumbell. Do I look like a centipede?" Y! Miss Hartsuff Ccoaching the Sr. playj :-"All right, Johnny, run up the curtain." Johnny Ford :-"Say, what do you think I am, a squirrel?" . ".1-.1 no Did you hear about the Scotchman who was visiting the United States? He Wanted to send a telegram rejecting an invitation to a Week-end party, and discovered, to his amazement, that one pays for the message, but that the signature was free. "Vurry interesting," he said to the Western Unionist. "I'm an Indian and I'd just like to Wire my name: 'Cannacomtomorra Tomi" Q '7fze f We-ea-Jfi in ' aa 'l' Q -5' 'C' 'C' D' 'I' 'C' H R 2- ne- M LITTLE WILLIE Little Willie from the mirror licked the mercury all off, Thinking in his childish error, it would cure his whooping-cough. Next day at the funeral someone said to Mrs. Brown, " 'Twas a chilly day for Willie when the mercury went down." Bridie:-"Jim, did you take a shower yesterday?" Jim Garberry:-"No, is there one missing?" Miss VanDivort fin Vergil Classl :-"You are too literal. You must read between the lines." Carl White :-"I can't very well, it's partly erased." ISOLATIONIST Dorothy Candiota:-"Why don't you like spaghetti?" Nora Caparoula:-"Because Washington advised against all for- eign entaglementsf' 11.1"--l no Arlene DiLorenzo:--"Won't you join me in a cup of tea?" Dora Moraldi:-"Well, you get in and I'll see if there's any room left." 1 A man gets a marriage license and returns next day to have the name of the girl changed. The clerk says it will cost S2 more. Man replies, "Don't bother. I'll marry Susie. Tain't worth the difference." --11." on Jim Padula:-"I could tell you the score before the game starts." John Audino :--"Nobody can tell the score before the game starts." Jim Padula 2-"Nothing to nothing." . 1"l1.1 an Jim :-"Meet me at the Castleton at eight sharp." Donna :-"The Castleton! Gee, that's an expensive place." Jim :-"Yes, it's close to where we're going." You sit up very late at night, You talk and argue, look and writeg You answer, bellow, snort, and rip- What do you get for it?-"a pink slip." . .1." nn Mr. Sanner flooking at bills! :--"You're driving me to the poor- house!" Betty :-"No, you'll have to walk. The Finance Company took the car this morning." N... 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