New Kensington High School - Taleoken Yearbook (New Kensington, PA)

 - Class of 1939

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W an J' 'J Q", A 'Q' Q i,' ..'llllllll"" - , r ln presenting tlne sixtlw annual edition ot our senior year boolc we realize tlwat tlne traditional pure pose ot any year book is to catclw on some Form ot Film For preservation tlne ever-clwanging recollections ot a tinislwed day, and so it is witlw tlwe greatest pleas- ure tbat we exhibit to you tlwe developed liilm ol: a year's Fun, a year's ettort and a year's diversified ac- tivities. We give you tlwe Taleoken ot IQSQ. l I M STEPHEN E GANTZ ,QQHQTZQ It is with the greatest pleasure and the most sincere admiration that the Class ot Thirty-nine dedicates to Mr. Stephen Gantz this sixth annual edition orc the ulaleolcenf' As students and Friends we will always remember his highly enjoyable classes, his enlighten- ing presentation ol: subject matter, and his democratic attitude toward each and every student with whom he came in contact. in 'Ken Hi B13 weflfl-acflvlaecfl clllnectonfa, c:ab'Jal5Qe acfminlatnatona and Alffmlpathz-:tic lnlatnuctona cneatea a lvackqnouncq which contnllzmtea to the Atucqentlx hamnlneaa in wonlfz and in lpflcuff n TO THE ORADUATIN6 CLASS OE I939: YOU HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OE BEING MEMBERS OE THE LARGEST GRADUATING CLASS IN THE HISTORY OF KEN HI. I HOPE THAT TIME WILL PROVE YOU TO BE THE BEST. WE APPRECIATE THAT THESE ARE DIEEICULT TIMES EOR THOSE OE YOU WHO WILL NEED TO EARN YOUR WAY IN THE WORLD, BUT CHARACTER AND ABILITY STILL COMMAND A PREMIUM. PLEASE ACCEPT MY BEST WISHES FOR SUC- CESS AND HAPPINESS. E. T. CHAPMAN. Superin+endenI of Schools. TO THE CLASS OF 1939. ff THE APPEARANCE OE THE TALEOKEN AT KEN HI EXPRESSES TO ME THE IDEA OF SUCCESS- OF HOPES AND PLANS EOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE CLASS OF I939. IT IS REALLY GREAT TO BE AN AMERICAN TODAY AND LIVE IN A COUNTRY WHERE THE PRIVILEGE OF GETTING AN EDUCATION IS FREE TO EVERYBODY. THIS COMMUNITY IS YOUR LAND OE OPPORTUNITY AND MAY YOU HELP KEEP ITS HERITAGE OE FREEDOM. H. B. VVEAVER. Principal oII'I1e High School. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Slancling ll. lo r.l: Mr. J. M. Hourigan, Mr. E. H. Blackburn, Mr. S. H. McCracken, Miss Elizabelh Morgan, Secrelraryg Mr. Frank McKean, Solici+or. Sealed ll. +o r.l: Mr. A. F. Daughenloaugh, Mr. H. L. Wolf, Treasurer: Mr. W. A. Thomas, Presiclenlg Mr. H. M. Herr, Mr. ET. Chapman, Superinlenclenl of Schools. O. W. JOHNSON Principal of Junior High School MARY o. WATSON L- C- FRENCH Assislanl lo lhe Supervisor Principal ol lhe 'High School Elemenlary Grades occzfiolzaf gc oo RALPH C. JOHNSTON Universify of Piffsburgh EDWIN W. SIEGFRIED Universify of Piffsburgh J.,A. MILLER Carnegie lr1sH+u+e of Technology ROBERT J. ANDERSON Universify of Pilrlrsburgh aauff BIOLOGY ii C. I-I. Waller Grove Clly College Sedrion Room IOI Janel Ivlalhison Universily ol Pillsburgh Seddon Room IO2 Marion Zeolla Duquesne Universily BANK Sedrion Room 40 I -E Slella Doherly Grove Cily College X4 P , Q ART I-Ielen E. Ivlcgarr Edinboro Teachers College Josephine Sealon Universily ol Pillsburgh COMMERCIAL W. L. Vorlage Susquehanna Universily Sedrion Room ZI3 Sarah Barranco- Carnegie Inslilule ol Technology Sedrion Room 2I2 C. lvl. Korcles Grove Cily College Sedrion Room 3OI Lucille Izinlc Grove Cily College Seclion Room IO3 ENGLISH Helen Davis Columbia Universily Seclion Room 308 Hazel Armslrong Slippery Roclq Teachers College Seclion Room 205 Helen C. Kelly Hood College Seclion Room 2I5 COMMERCIAL Fred C. Morris Grove Cily College Seclion Room 4Ol-C Kalherine Y. Baldrige Grove Cily College Seclion Room 207 Oren Lewis Universily ol Pillsburgh Se-clion Room 4OI-B Frederick V. Tomlo Indiana Teachers College Seclion Room 4OI-D ENGLISH Ada Mae Fiscus Thiel College Seclion Room 203 Marlrha E. Russell Universily ol Pillsburgh Seclion Room 20l ENGLISH Lucrelia Boucher Beaver College Seclion Room 303 Sadie l. Owen Universily ol Pirlslourgh Seclion Room 3I3 Penn'a College lor Women Seclion sosr f I 3 r 'N Jane Taylor ,A J acuffy HISTORY F. W. Lenox Weslrninsler College Thomas A. Burneli W. ancl J. College Dorofhy B. Eiges Universijry of Piilsburgh MODERN LANGUAGES I'I. C. Hadden, Il Wesl Virginia Universily LaRue Palierson Universily of Pillslourgh X ,f 1, ' 'w xx. Y L1 N N ' if Q Q x 'S HOME ECONOMICS Frances Bryanl' Carnegie Insliiule of Tech Carolyn E. Lyon Carnegie Inslilule of Tech JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Maud Baughman Universiiy of Pillsburgh Rose Horner Indiana Teachers College Mary E. Goselli Clarion Teachers College Wilma Branfhoover Universily of Piilsburgh LATIN Alice Roralaauglw Allegheny College Se Irene Hawk Grove Cily College Se LIBRARY Florence Ewing Hood Colle INDUSTRIAL ARTS Roberl A. Blaclc Waynesburg Col Se MATHEMATICS R. A. Arlman clion Room IO4 clion Room 2I I QS lege clion Room 4Ol-A W. and J. College ' Mary O. Walson Indiana Teachers Marie Walker Woosler College Seclion Room 204 College Seclion Room 2 I O f A ' J' X I Nj, acuff MUSIC Charles Davis Indiana Teachers College Edilh P. Gregory Indiana Teachers College Arlhur E. Gregory Indiana Teachers College STUDENT HEALTH Rulh Kennedy Seclion Room 309 Melhodisl Episcopal l-lcspilal r D . C. H. Marks W .7 it V. Mi: 1,7 SOCIAL SCIENCE Slephen E. Ganlz Universlly ol Pillsburgh Seclion Room 209 Jessie B. Moore Grove Cily College Seclion Room 302 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Carl G. Gloclc Universily ol Pillsburgh Seclion Room I O9 Vera K. Glanz Universily of Wisconsin Seclion Room 208 J' scugmcel Ji R. Sigley Grove Cily College Seclion Room 3l5 P. L. Maxwell V' I V QrgVeL?EryVQallege ' ,fl . eclion Room 3l4 I' 1 C SECRETARIAL Pauline Sluclcley Secrelary lo lvlr. Weaver Elizabellw Morgan Secrelary To lvlr. Chapman Veronica Mazur Secrelary in llwe Superinlenolenlfs Office VISUAL EDUCATION Ann T. Wainwrighl Swarllwmore College cfs Q.. xangs will QR 'i' in QS UN! aii E219 ana: the moat imlpontant of 'Ken J'H'z,x onqanlgatlona Alnce they, indicate the Atqpa in the cfleueflozpment ot the l.xtuc,Qant'l.,x mentafl and b'Jhl3AlcaQ taflenta f , .mio 'za I will GEOROETTA ABRAHAM . . . commonly called "Jada" ...has many lriends . . . member of Commercial Club . . . one ol lhe many who enjoy lislening lo Kay Kyser. . . HENRY ABRAHAM . . . likes spaghelli . . . is called "Pecky" . . . leases lhe girls . . . somelimes a visilor in aller school sludy hall .... WILLIAM AKERS . . . beller known as "Bill" . . likes The girls . . hails from Mounl Ver- non . . blushes easily . . C-3lee'Club, Hi-Y, Dramalic Club. W IALEXA ER ALEX. . . "Alex" . . . plays in school orches- Ilra . . . likes lo lislen lo lhe Pillsburgh Symphony . . . very induslrious .... CHARLES ANDERSON . . . likes lo be lcalled "Bud" . . . his ambilion lo become a civil engineer 5. . . dislikes "Homer" as his middle name .... PEGGE EANDERSON . . . ollen called "Rusly" . . . belongs 'ro I xmany school clubs . . . among lhem Dramalic Club and Nalional Honor Sociely . . . dislikes conceiled boys. Vw Ro unnv' RICHARD ANDERSON . . . "Dick" . . . lol coursel . . . inleresled in girls .... very neal in dressing .... nol Pegge's brolher .... JOHN ARMSTRONG . . . signs his name "Buzzy" .... hero on lhe loolball and baskelball leams . . . has a way wilh lhe girls .... GRACE ASKIN . . .a girl scoul . . .very quiel mosl ol lhe lime . . . likes lo read and collecl poelry . . . Commercial Club. ' r liwlli ix ff VINCENT AVERSA . . . inleresled in prinling . . . likes lo lislen lo Horace Heidl's orcheslra . . . lavorile lood is rice pudding .... LA VERNE BAILEY . . . aclive in many school clubs . . . dislikes conceiled people . . . likes 'lo dance and skale . . .Taleoken Slali .... LAURIE BAKER . . . "Larry" . . . his hobby is building model airplanes . wanls lo be anolher Lindberg . . , lillle shy. 3: ll iK"""" PEARL BAKER . . . likes lo skale and dance . . . enjoys drawing . . . would like lo be a commercial arlisl-prefers red .... ALEXANDER BALCH . . . lhis genlleman prefers blondes . . . likes swimming . . . wanls 'ro be a deep-sea diver . . . WILLIAM BARCUS . . . guiel . . . inleresled in music, reading, and collecling magazines . . . played lor Two years in school orcheslra . . . draws piclures. 241 THELMA BARTOE . . . plans To be a sienographer . . . reading is her iavoriie pasfime . . . and baked ham her Tavorife food . . . ERNEST BASAR . . . known for his good nafure . . . inlreresled in becoming a sfale rnoror police- man . . . collecfs piciures of fravel . . . DOROTHY BATES . . . a changeable lass . . . has belonged 'ro Commercial Club, Bank Sraff, Tri-Hi-Y . . . inferesied in keeping a scrap book JEAN BAUMAN . . . carefree . . . makes faces somerimes . . . likes To sew and knil' . . . wanrs +o be a seamsrress . . . . member of Culinary Arrs Club .... EDWARD BAUMILLER . . . "Baumy" . . . Jrall and handsome . . . siars in baskelball and 'iooiball . . . member of Varsi+y Club . . . wan'rs To be a coach . . . HERBERT BEADNELL . . . known s."Speed lwonder whyl . . . enjoys doing la1'he w rk Ueffwould like +o be an elecrrical engineer J J' 1 R SARABYRLE BEARD . .. one of 'rhe few on The bank siafl , . . enjoys dancing and crocheiing . . . would like To be a secrerary .... Nafional Honor Socieiy .... WALTER BENEMANN . . . collecrs arricles of archiiecrural inreresr . . . wanfs +0 be an archifeci -. . . likes To lisien To Phil Spi+alny's all-girl orchesira . . . JAMES BENSON . . . cheerful mosi of 'rhe lime . . . blushes very easily . . . in- 'reresred in anyihing fhai has To do wirh pholography. HELEN BEUTH . . . iniereslred in rap dancing . . . likes +o collecr poslrcards . . . would like io be an ar1'is+. . . MARY ELLEN BEVAN . . . inreresred in painring, singing, and dancing . .would like 'io be a srenographer . . Commercial Club, Glee Club . . . JOHN BLACKlS . . . beiier known as "Blackie" . . . gels a kick ou'r of designing airplanes . . . would like ro be an avialor. MARY RITA BLEAN . . . wanrs 'ro be a nurse . . .likes +o keep house . . . lboys rake nojricel . . . enioys dancing. EVELYN JUNE BLOOM . . . famous for her dimples and good naiure . . . would like ro be a nurse in The Allegheny General Hospiial . . . RUTH BOND . . . good naiured and generous . . . would like +o be a nurse . . . inreresied in puzzles . . . given 'ro day dreaming. 55'-M' N Jack K, emi 7939 l25 i-, N f .flilig Q' QA. t 54 ii" 1 enio 'za MARGARET BONIDY . . . gracious and smiling . . . a stand-by in The bank . . . in charge of ring orders . . . member of Commercial Club .... MATTIE BONNER her hobby is collecting poems . . . her friends call her "Jerry" . . . member of Glee Club and of French Club . . . KATHRYN BOOTH . . . can be seen chewing gum any Time of The day . . . favorite subject is iournalism and, favorife food Turnips. xv h K fx A V N g ' x MARY BOTZER . . . relishes sTeak and all The trimmings . . . likes To draw . . . would like To do commercial work. . . . WAYNE BOYER . . . interested in all sports . . . plays football and baskeTball . . . member of Varsity Club . . . intends To be a physical instructor .... CLARENCE BOWERS . . . aims To play on a Davis Cup Team . . . would like To be a mining engineer . . . prefers bruneftes. LOUISE BOWMAN . . . has a fine collection of stamps . . . inTeresTed in sporTs . . . member of Band, Sfamp Club, Latin Club, National Honor Society .... HELEN BRAGIEL . . . shy and conservative . . . enjoys collecting match folders . . . reads The end of a book first. . . . NORA GRACE BRISBIN . . . inTeresTed in all sporTs . . . known for her whistling and for Latin Translations . . . member of many clubs. s i sweaters referee can he dance'7 Wolfe as a way with The ladies long eyelashes OROTHY BROWN o hopes To do office viork after graduation . . . likes chocolate cake and Kay Kaysersmusic . . . does well on roller skafes .... HAZEL UCHANAN . . . our gal "Sal" . . . Treasures The ompanionship of a cerfain girlfriend . . . honest and carefree . . . enioys good music and fiction. QAMES BROFFMAN . . . "Hebe" . . . likes classy TD ' li -x 'C LUCILLE BUFFONE . . . likes reading, sTenography and Wayne King . . . smiles and never sits still . . . Commer- cial Club .... enioys assemblies and likes To dance .... JOHN BULTZO . . . would like To be a radio engineer . dislikes girls who Talk a loT . . . likes vegeTable soup . . . is very friendly . . . "Hefty" . . . HARRY BURFORD . . . an arTisT . . . favorite musical selection "Nolan . . . worst habit Talking wiTh his mouTh open . . . likes Horace Heidf. ., ,, ,ar km 6.3161 1 'f .J FRANCES BURIN . . . likes To roller skaie . . . lisiens 'ro Kay Kayser play "My Reverie" . . . "Fran" . . . member of numerous clubs . . . BERTHA CABLE . . . "Ber+" . . . Commercial Club . . . would like +o be a +ypis+ . . . her lavorife hobby is colleciing souvenirs from friends. ROYDEN CALHOUN . . . quiet and reserved . . . does nor like jazz . . . bui does like good band music . . . wanrs 'ro be a d 'gning engineer. JEAN CAMP . . . commercial srudenl . . . dislikes "ji++erbugs" . . . funloving . . . likes bananas and commer- cial law . . . enjoys games and assemblies .... FRANK CAMPBELL . . . likes reading and music . . . hopes fic own a million dollar company and be a play boy . . . enjoys school dances .... GEORGIA CAPSAMBELIS . . . likes classical music and reading . . . "Jo" . . . Glee Club . . . dislikes "jiHerbugs" . . . quief . . . day-dreamer . . . en'o s ac'r' Yes. , j y ivi 1 G Z ClC'aAA,..,...,. n s fond of chicken is given 'ro asking quesfions anorher Kay Kayser fan CECELIA CARSON . . . "Celia" . . . likes Kay Kayser . . . aspires to be a commercial ar'ris'r . . . shy . . . favorire musical selecrion "Ave Maria" . . . Commercial Club .... SAMMY CARUSO . . . a singer . . . likes music . . . inleresied in radio . . . an Ar+ie Shaw fan . . . enjoys dancing . . 'Whip.' . X r a' hKr CARNEVALE . . . enjoys reading and sew- I g . . . i ' . . . ' ' ' ' s I I n n . f 1 MARY LOUISE CASSEL . . . Mary Lou . . . simple and sweei . . . Tri-Hi-Y member . . . iavoriie color "Red" . . . inieresied in library work .... MARGARET CHESNEY . . . "Marg" . . . unseHled . . . dislikes conceiled people . . . makes sporls her hobby . . . Leader's Club and Taleoken Sfalii . . . likes assemblies and social aciivities .... BETTY CHIODO . . . popularly known as "Chic" . . . loyal fooiball and baskelball lan . . . has a head of beauriful red hair. MARY CHMIELINSKI . . .a good dancer. . .would like W io be a good clerk .... cheerful . . . "Baby" . . . favorile orchesira Barry Blue's .... HELEN CHRISTAS . . . enjoys dancing and roller skaiing . . . a member of numerous clubs . . . she likes The ieachers and l'he band. . . . OLYMPIA CHRISTOPHER . . . her ambiiion is ro be a secreiary . . . lhis accounis for her fondness for Typing . . . favors spaghetii dinners. j27 alzio 'zz sg? KENNETH CHRISTY . . . Triendly . . . Tinds enioymenT in hunTing and woodcraTT . . . likes German . . . wishes To be an auTo-mechanic . . . a "Wiz" .... RAYMOND CHRISTY . . . an adverTising manager Tor "Taleoken" . . . TuTure highway paTroIman . . . bashTul . . . inTeresTed in hunTing and woodcraTT . . . likes Teachers. . . . KATHERINE CLARK . . . wiTTy commercial sTudenT . . . "Kay" . . . likes assemblies and dances . . . Tavorite subiecT is shorlrhand . . . would like To be a secreTary. ROBERT CLARK . . . named Tor RoberT Louis STevenson . . . a member oT The Thespians, and KenTonian STaTT . . . oTTiciaI phoTographer Tor The "Taleoken" .... LOIS CLOWES . . . very unpredicTable . . . likes baskerball games. assemblies and German . . . iack-oT-all-Trades . . . DebaTing Club and LiTerary Club .... MAXINE COLEMAN . . . coIIecTs match holders . . . wanTs To be a nurse . . . doesn'T like school, buT does like The boys . . . black her TavoriTe color. CATHERINE CONNER . . . likes dances and baskerball games . . . TavoriTe Tood is chili con carne . . . colIecTs poems . . . chooses To be a housewiTe .... SAMUEL CONNOR . . . ediTor oT The "KenTonian" . . . Camera Club . . . would be a civil engineer . . . hobby is reading ...likes guidance periods . . . "Scoop," . . . MARGARET COOKIE . . . cheerleader . . . "Marne" . . . "iiTTerbug" . . . Narional Thespian . . . enioys "KenTonian" and "TaIeoken" . . . hobby is phoTography . . . aspires To become a designer. Q3 KMKAQNUB, I QLENORE coREY . . . pIa . iimid . . . Q plays wiTh her handkerchieT . . . porkshops and poTaToes her TavoriTe dish .... FRANK CRAWFORD . . . alias "Porky" . . . member oT greaT A. P. .T .... a TuTure aeronauTical engineer . . . enioys building model aircraTT X . . . revels in argumenTs,. . . wowl . . . EDITH CROMER . . "Edie" . . . would like To become a nurse aTTer graduaTion . . . she likes Typing and barbeques . . . N hi.preTers blue. JEANNE CROOKS . . . colIecTs souvenirs . . . listens To ArTie Shaw . . . likes sTudenT assemblies and guidance periods . . . "Lucky" . . . Commercial Club . . . FLORENCE DAVID . . . "Flo" . . . would like To be a sTenographer . . . dislikes inquisiTive people . . . likes Benny Goodman . . . shy and TorgeTTuI . . . Culinary ArTs Club .... JOHN DAVIDSON . . . prompT and Triendly . . . enioys gardening . . . wishes To enTer clerical work. . . lover oT old songs . . . known as "Red". LyL',vv'-rjfw-f , I T281 c I Q I I HELEN DAVIS . . . an enlhusiaslic Arlie Shaw fan . . . dislikes insincerily . . . collects bow lies . . . laslidious . . . hopes to own a conleclionery slore .... PHILLIPS DAVIS . . . "Phil" . . . our fulure doclor . . . very friendly . . . likes chemislry . . . a Chick Webb 'lan . , . likes mashed polaloes and gravy .... MARIE DELEO . . . anolher Kay Kayser lan . . . spends spare lime collecling piclures . . . hopes lo be a clerk . . . likes Latin . . . friendly. 9 ' E-JL Z Q 4 ROBERT DE LOTTO . . . dislikes swing bands . . . likes jello and cake . . . wanls 'ro be a sporls wrileri . . happy- K! U DE LUCA . . . Ken Hi's drum major. . . enjoys guidance periods . Commercial Club . . . likes lo dance . . "Curley" . . . inleresled in secrelarial work. . . .r ALPHONSE DE SANTO . . . hobby is molors . . . aC iulure aulo mechanic . . . known as "Flip" . . . likes Guy Lombardo . . . lhrilly . . . friendly. I go lucky . . . collecls newspaper headlines ..., MILLIE R an artisl . . . Tall and dark . . . "Weeds" has enjoyed dances always humming .... DOROTHY DINSMORE quiel modesl and sludious lell handed hobbies include drawing and reading . . . likes Shep Fields . . . Lalin Club .... JEAN DOAR . . . conlenled soulhern lad . . . likes roasl beef and Hal Kemp . . . admils hx conceil . . . dislikes sarcasm . . . likes French classes. Q I FLOYD DE SIMONE . . . music crazy . . . aspires lo bel' N dishonesly . . yearns lo be a slenographer . aclive in sporls . . . likes Maurice Spilalny and ' My Reverse MURIEL DOSCH . . . "jil'lerbug" . . . would like 'lo be a privale secrelary . . . noisesl cheerleader . . . spendsv her lime collecling china animals .... EMILY DRAG . . . ' would make a good model . . . works in Sludenls Savings Bank . . . personalily smile. W OLGA DORAGE . . . hobby is reading . . .-dislikes l . .... Q EVA DUNN . . . reading, sewing, and hiking are hobbies A Alf jf it j M ' MJ Hg, 1 . . . likes lun and baked ham . . . lall, blond . . . aspires D GM' k'4-4' ILLL' ' A A . Q ' lo be a nurse .... CHARLES DUNBAR . . . "Ambilious" I ,V I' . . . an up-river lad . . . hails from Braeburn . . . prefers ' ' hunling and fishing lo French . . . or any olher subjecl. . I . . . TOM ECKELS . . . Ken Hi's man gboul lown . . . . ' carefree . . . fast horses and beaulilul women . . . enjoys lunch hour and Room 209 f' . N239 T291 .mio '25, JJ! Q, Awww 03' Qi U Mun. MARY EDWARDS . . . fhis infelligenf miss has music for her hobby and fufure occupafion . . . plays wifh Ken Hi's orchesfra .... ELEANOR ELWOOD . . . member of Dramafic Club and Home Economics Club . . . an ambifious lass who aspires fo be an air hosfess .... ALBERT ENDLISH . . . slicks his hair . . . phofography his hobby.. . girls are his weakness . . . "Bud" . . . fo be an elecfrician is his goal. DU RAY ENDLICH . . . "Shorfy" . . . famous for his Ford . . . likes The girls . . . would like fo be an English teacher . . . also likes fashion shows .... GEORGE ESA . . . "Aesop Fables" . . . ambifious fo enfer U. S. Service School or embark on iournalisfic career . . . dislikes opera . . . willing worker .... LEONARD ESTEP . . . "Sfepp" . . . doesn'f like rainy weafher . . . cloes like meaf loaf . . . wanfs fo be an elecfrician . . . hobby, airplane building. P i i JOSEPHINE FAFlNSKl . . . member of fhe Commercial Club . . . always peeling polish off her nails . . .likes office work and dancing .... ELIZABETH FALDOWSKI . . . Sfound: a girl who likes fo wash dishes . . . collecfs picfures , of her favorite movie sfars . . . dislikes opera singers. . . . I PEARL FARNETH . . . likes small children and wanfs fo feach primary grades . . . member of French Club . . . admifs she is a liffle sfubborn. HOWARD FASSETT . . "Howdy" or "Elmer" . . first-classbvbxx ii ferbug . . . misses a cerfain. blond in Class of '38 . . . ,habifalq fhe library .... MARY FERENCE . . . pefifew Sblond . . . Commercial Club . . . 'ro be a stenographer , is her ambifion . . . Tommy Dorsey's her favorife orchesfra. , . . . HARRY FERGUSON . . "Mack" . . . hopes fo be a Y G-Man someday . . . quife a demon wifh fhe women- , especially one from ouf Logans Ferry way. NORMA FINCH . . . a cerfain alumnus figures in fhis lassie's life . . . presidenf of fhe Tri-Hi-Y . . . member of French and Leader's Club .... PAUL FINGER . . . "Zeke" . . .' nighf owl . . . swing sax . . . musfache enfhusiasf . . .s . moody buf nof melancholy .... MARTHA FITZ- GERALD '. . . member of Nafional Honor Sociefy, French Club, and Glee Club . . . "Marfy" hopes fo be a surgeon . . . one of fhe "A" sfudenfs. 301 GENEVIEVE FITZMAURICE . . . member of Commercial Club . . . inTeresTed in secreTariaI work . . . chooses dancing for her hobby .... ROBERT EITZMAURICE . . . "Bob" is Ken I'Ii's own Rubinoff . .- . plays wiTh The school orchesfra, band, and Tea Dance OrchesTra . . . JOSEPH FLEMING . . . "Joe" ...one of Ken I-Ii's besT arTisTs . . . likes caviar and Benny Goodman's music . . . screwbal exTraordina ry. 5 I .I I A9 W' DONALD ELICK . . . "Don" prefers varieTy-he likes all of Ken I-Ii's girls . . . member of Camera Club, I'Ii-Y, and Taleoken Sfaff .... WILLIAM FOSTER . . . approves of Ken I-Ii's "fems" . . . famous as a gum chewer . . . sporfsman aT hearf . . . likes hunfing and fishing. . . . MIKE GARKOVICI-I . . . likes mocIesT girls . . . wanTs To be a foresT ranger . . . answers To "Mike" . . . rough and ready, yeT resourceful. CARMELLA GATTO . . . an "ouT door girl . . . acTive member of Commercial Club . . . another of Ken l-li's- sTamp collecrors . . . CARMEN GATTO . . . has The bIackesT hair in Ken I-Ii .... has ThaT certain way wiflgx women . . . favorife colors red and black .... HELEN GAWLIK . . . member of The I-Iome Economics Club and The ArT Club . . . likes To coIIecT phofographs and sew . . . doesn'T like poefry. HENRIETTA GEIGER . . .saves match folders and sTamps . . . member of The Culinary ArTs Club . . . dislikes punishmenT for Talking in 4OI .... JANE GEORGE . . . girl wiTh The greaT big smile . . . belongs To The DramaTic Club, Tri-I-Ii-Y, Leader's Club, and Glee Club .... BETTY JANE GIBBS . . . IiTTIe and neaT . . . likes 'em Tall . . . always laughing . . . wishes There were more periods for library . . . "Coy", ALBERT GIBSON . . . skare, swim, and swing enThusiasT . . . "BerT" . . . TemperamenTaI . . . inTeresTed in aviaTion for a fuTure .... OLIVE GIFFORD . . . quieT . . . dislikes school . . . criTicizes buT doesn'T mean iT . . . sTrives Toward a business career . . . likes Too+baII and basketball games. BETTY LOU GLOCK . . . "GIockie" . . . vivacious . . . persisTenT rooTer . . . KenTonian Sfaff and Tri!I-Ii-Y . . . . . . coIlecTs dance programs and menus . . . someTimes sTands in sfudy-hall . . . why? I T31 .snioffg g W ill NANCY GOLL . . . a sleepy girl . . . interested in interior decorating . . . and the girl friends . . . but not in school . . . lives on our Leechburg Road .... ELEANOR GORDON . . .friendly . . .sense of humor . . . ambition is to be a typist . . . enioys English most . . . PEARL GOULD . . . "Goldy" . . . impossible . . . Horace Heidt enthusiast . . . appreciates "Burnett's History, lnc." . . . takes her banana pie with ice cream. ILLI GRAVATT . . . "Bill" . . . humorous . . . thin ,man . . . sings to himself . . . photographer and checker ,player of the first water . . . likes bananas .... NELLIE ,JANE GRAY . . . another who comes from Stewart . . . xhard worker . . . quiet but friendly . . . standby in Leaders Club .... DIANA GRECO . . . definitely the Spanish type . . . "Di" . . . quiet but critical . . . likes spaghetti but doesn't like school . . . Commercial Club. s 5 good nature fancy gum chewer executive of the future . . . favorite color black . . . iitterbug who likes Benny Goodman .... KATHERINE GRILLO . . . "Kay" . . . talkative . . . enjoys social activities . . . interested n commercial subjects, especially shorthand . . . likes spaghetti . . . LOUIS GRUM . . . plays accordian . .looks serious . . . but looks are deceiving . . . wants to be a 'mechanic . . . enioys h'story and P. O. D. R TIMOTHY GREGORY . . . "Timmy" . . . known for his KATHRYTI GUENTHER . . . keeps a scrapbook . . . sociable though quiet . . . likes potatoes . . . doesn't like school . . . wants to be a secretary .... JUNE GUINEY . . . prefers blue . . . likes everybody and everything . . . lettuce is a weakness . . . dances, sews, drives a car. ...MAE GUINN . . . a fair miss.. .has a handsome interest on this year's basketball team . . . Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y, National Thespians. DOROTHY HADDAD . . . a commercial student . . . a member of the Literary and Commercial Clubs . . . would like to be a private secretary .... WILLIAM HALL . . . combination of swing lover, Robert Taylor, and a dancer extraordinaire . . . active in diversified activities . . . popularity personified .... LESTER HANCOCK . . . "Lefty" . . . a mechanically minded person . . .would like to be a machinist . . . very friendly . . . tries hard not to offend others. T321 RALPH HARDY . . . bashtul is the word tor "Skinny" . . . shies clear ot the girls . . . ping-pong champ . . . would like to be a jockey .... WANDA HARTMAN . . . demure and dependable . . . chews gum and blushes with equal ease . . . hobby is collecting post cards . . . likes Latin and assemblies .... RICHARD HARWICK . . . never without reply . . . Editor-in-chiet ot "Taleoken" . . . Club member . . . tavors the ladies and scorns attected culture. MARY HASER . . . transterred trom Springdale . . . likes to dance and skate but abhors snobs . . . happiest when hairdressing or taking shorthand .... MARIE HEASLEY . . . gets a kick out ot assemblies, German, library . . . another post card collector . . . dislikes bores and is very 1 ambitious .... EDWIN HECKMAN . . . advocate ot dancing, teminine companionship and all sports . . . likes political science and dramatics . . . is ambitious to HELEN HEMPHILL . . . a member ot the Glee Club and Camera Club . . . likes assemblies . . . enioys nature and music . . . occupational choice nursing .... EUGENE HEPLER . . . school's representative to Venezuela . . . likes golt and algebra . . . heading tor a career in Diesel Engineering . . . considers himselt average .... FRANK become a doctor. HEREDA . . . pie eater ot no little consumption . . .!7 stamp enthusiast . . . aspiring to be a millionaire or a politician . . . tavors swing and striped suits. ' ,M cATHERiNE HILLIARD . . . I'lTve-feersk ot Sligmiy treckled girl . . . crazy about roller skating and swing . . . active in commercial and culinary groups .... RUTH HOLMES . . . Jimmy Dorsey tan . . . a good triend and true . . .dislikes "show-otts" . . . training tor a career ot nursing .... MARY HOWARD . . . a happy, punctual, dance lover . . . likes Latin and Kay Kayser . . . a noted consumer ot pies . . . outstanding dislike is snobs. DONALD HUFEMAN husky grinning curley head likes to tease the girls tickling is a habit BETTY HUGHES . . . reserved but impatient . . . a yen tor drawing, shorthand, and chocolate cake . . . dislikes noise and rowdiness . . . secretary .... PENELOPE HURSH . . . stubborn but cheertul . . . enioys hiking, mathematics, and driving . . .dislikes sopranos . . . striving to be a beautician . . . nalural. L-f pf' .+I www WV blusihes when caught in an aict ot mischiet making. il , 7939 I . T331 we P "u.,-AL '61 YI afjixzi y , yy, i DOROTHY IMM . . . rafher bashful . . . lafe fo school every day . . . commercial aspirafions . . . favors sweet music and dancing .... MILTON ISAACS . . . inclined fo sfoufness . . . afhlefics and movie fan . . . appreciafes Ben Bernie and spagheffi . . . reserved, buf wifh a sense 'fiof humor. . . MARGARET JACKSON . . . personificafion of serenify and a smile . . . falks wifh hands and has a een wif . . . hates nervy people . . . sfenographic career. KENZO JOHNSON . , . quief fellow who hafes fo be disappoinfed . . . collecfs finger prinfs and phofographs . . . infends fo be a criminologisf .... LESTER JOHNSON . . . bashful, careless pranksfer . . . eccenfric whisfler and hummer . . . piano and guifar player . . . carpenfry his chosen occupation .... MARGARET JOHNSON . . . "Peg" likes good books and good music . . . slighfly aloof . . . quife acfive in Glee Club . . . keen Iisfener and sincere speaker . . . frank. ALICE JOHNSON . . . wonderful fufure in voice . . . hafes fo work, buf does if excellenfly . . . silenf and sweef and universally liked .... PAUL JONES . . . Thespian of nofe . . . combinafion Beau Brummel and Edgar Bergen . . . smoofh dancer and honor sfudent . . . fufure career in law . . . MEDELIA JOSEPH . . . afhlefic and wifh a dislike for poor sporfs . . . collecfs phofos, clippings, and souvenirs . . . Guy Lombardo enfhusiasf . . . commercial sfudenf. IDA JUILIANI ...gay and okay . . .likes soup and reads exfensively . . . "Sfardusf" and Kay Kayser . . . pro- nounced dislikes for rafs .... DONALD JUSTHAM . . . di-slkes "sfuck-ups" . . . buf feels fhe opposife aboul' g fi . . . reads and collecfs aufographs . . . sfriving iournalisfic career . . . Kenfonian Sfaff. . . . P Y LIS KAJUT . . . fussy, pefife, and inquisifive . . . Trowns upon conceif . . . fhinks Arfie Shaw's orchesfra is heavenly . . . commercially inclined. RITA MAE KANE . . , pianisf, dancer and swimmer of renown . . . enioys sfudy periods . . . dimpled wifh popularify plus . . . mischievous gleam in fhose eyes. . . . MICHAELINE KAPELEWSKI . . . differenf, inquisifive and humble . . . likes fo have her own way . . . enioys reading beffer novels and dancing fo Kay Kayser .... DOROTHY KARCHER . . . bashful fypisf . . . dances, skafes and sings equally well . . . remarkable appefife for pork chops and Tommy Dorsey's music. T341 gf Mwh 9.95119 CLARA KEARNEY . . . frufhful and argumenfafive de- scribe "Sis" . . . skater and phofographer who likes fo sway fo Kay Kayser . . . anofher pork chop consumer . . . ELORIAN KEDZIERSKI . . . serious and an "okay" fellow . . . six-foofer wifh a knack for golfing . . . hafes book re- porfs . . . desires a firm managership . . . DOROTHY KEITZER . . . friendly yef argumenfafive . . . likes music and sings well . . . ardenf supporfer of music and vocal expression . . . abhors braggarfs. gf! : i X X WM. RUTH KIEER . . . sfubborn, pefife, and safisfied . . . dis- likes vulgarism and conceif . . . favors wrifing, waffles, Horace Heidf. and "Sfardusf" . . . GERALD KIRCH . . . "Bud" is a real pal .... fhinks he's groggy .... dislikes orchestras and English . . . likes fo sleep and eaf pie a Ia mode . . .JACK KLEIN . . . sarcasfic, sincere, sfaunch as sfeel . . . wanfs fo be a farmer, buf no mous one . . . cake eafinq and bofanY fascirgrlfgxii LA WAVE KLINE . . . reliable, fuss ous . . . wanfs fo fravel and be a housewife . . . chicken devofee . . . wifh- X ouf affecfafion or guile . . . HELEN KOLEVA . . . makes use of spare fime reading, radioing and designing . . friendly, humorous, imaginafive . . . can'f endure conceif.N ZITA KONDOS . . . inferesfed in appearing well . . . , quief, forgefful, and clerically inclined . . . holds sweefw music and good soup in high esfeem. N VIOLET KONDZIK . . .fr nk a un I ing . . . enioys afhlefics . . . candid cam . . . infenfions of prac- ficing nursing . . . LEE K NTZ . . . always hungry and ready fo sfudy Latin . . . collecfs sfamps . . . fhinks he has big ears . . "baffy," yef a swell guy . . . LOUISE KOTTAS . . diminufive, dimpled, and efficienf . . dislikes spinach and profanify . . . looks wifh favor upon a good book, new picfures and piano playing. c THERESA KOZIATEK . . . plans fo be a telephone oper- afor . . . bashful, sfubborn, helpful . . . dislikes superior people . . . always seeks proof . . . OLIVE KRAIEWSKI . . . would like fo be a sfenographer . . . very friendly all fhe fime . . . likes fo sfudy and knif . . . IRENE KRATZ . . . . veferan of Stewarf School . . . . acfive in school affairs . . . Commercial Club . . . Taleoken Sfaff . . . ex- cellenf fypisf . . . Iiffle and neaf. N fp ' i -1 KW 7959 , N I3 5 1 ,zu .7 ,,f,J-I' f-. x.p, L 5125015 41' wi Q if t , ul XJ I x 'I Qi JOE KREPLEY . . . popular wi+h 'rhe girls . . . likes Io be called "Whacky" . . . always laughing and showing his dimples . . . patron of WrigIey's .... FRANCES KRIEGER . . . beiier known as "Fran" . . . likes 'ro read, enioys dancing . . . inrereslred in secreiarial work . . .Commercial Club .... DAVID KROFFE . . . enioys felling fall sfories . . . haunis Jrhe library . . . likes 'co colleci siamps and ghosi slories. ...i f , feffi ATHERINE KROUTZ . . . wants Io be called "Kay" . . . enioys skalring and reading books . . . her desire is Io be a secreiary . . . member of Commercial Club. . . . CHARLES KUCHTA . . . would like 'Io be presidenf of a large firm . . . likes prinfing . . . enioys doing elecirical work .... BERTHA KUKULSKI . . . would like 'ro be a nurse . . . pasiimes are swimming, dancing, and skafing . . . belongs 'ro French and Lalin Clubs. V 7 A xi- 4 . " .IOHN KUNKLE . . . doesn'+ like red-heads . . . enioys working wilh machinery . . . wanfs Io be an electrician . . . likes Ken Hi's band .... STEVE KWAKE . . . indepen- denl . . . would like Io be a chemical engineer . . . X inieresied in music and science . . . and in cooking. . . . GEORGE LANGE . . . good ai wriiing poe+ry . . . enioys music . . . especially Wayne King's . . . wanrs +o be a chemical engineer . . . good-nalured. 3 ELIZABETH LANGE . . . may be called "Belly" . . enioys Iislening to Kay Kayser and his orchesfra . . . would like 'ro be a sfenographer .... PETE LANGER . . . dislikes school . . . inieresled in sporis . . . desires 'ro be presidenl . . . favoriie song is "F, D. R. Jones." . . . JOHN LATONA .... coIIec+s all kinds ol phonograph records . . . would like To be a machinfsl . . . doesn'T like To get up early . . . nor +o see his reporr card. 1 .1 x X GERALDINE LAWSON . . . beller known as "Gerrie" . . . doesn'+ like +o siucly . . . enioys dancing and swimming . . . Glee Club and French Club .... FRANK LAZURE . . . argumenialive . . . enioys painiing . . . in+eresI'ed in chemisiry and would like To be a chemical engineer .... WILLIAM LEE . . . only boy in his family . . . arf and music his hobbies . . . would like Io succeed as a mechanical engineer. 361 AW BERNYCE LEESE . . . enjoys tashion sketching and de- signing . . . doesn't like cold weather . . . member ot French Club, National Thespians, National Honor Society. . . . WlLLlAM LEITH . . . usually called "BiIl"j . . . inter- ested in photography . . . member ot Camera Club . . . would like to be a machinist . . . quiet and dependable. . . . FRANK LEMON . . . plays baseball and basketball. . chews gum most ot the time . . . enjoys P. O. D. J fl, .i w if U-5. wants to work in an ottice tavorlte color is red and tavorite subject senior science MARY ELLEN LINNEY her tavorite color is blue member ot French Club, National Thespians, Tri-Hi-Y . . . popular with everybody . . . ELIZABETH LIPINSKI . . . "Betty" . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . interested in being , li. JOHN LESHO . . . hobby is collecting spbrts articles of a secretary . . . likes to listen to "Blue Danube Waltz." Q lttfffff ,Eg STELLA LISTWAK . . . collects pictures as a hobby . . . enjoys listening to Kay Kayser . . . being a secretary her one great ambition . . . JANE LITSCHGE . . . likes to hear Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians . . . inclined to be independent . . enjoys reading . . sweet and quiet. FLORENCE LODOWSKI . . tull ot pep . . collects stamps . . . would like to be a great pianist . , . has played withx the Kensylvanians. X AUDREY LUCAS . . . comes trom Greensburg High School . . . enjoys skating and dancing . . . knitting is a pastime . . . SAM LUCCI . . . caretree . . . chews gum . . . would like to rise to be a banker . . . photography is one ot his hobbies .... MAE LUFFY .... member ot Leaders Club tor two years . . . hates to take books home and do nightwork . . . enjoys listening to radio. HELEN MACHARA . . . very quiet and good natured . . . enjoys listening to the radio . . . would like to be a stenographer . . . PAULINE MAGOULIS . . . better known as "Greek" . . . very modest . . . attends all toot- ball games.. .enjoys listening to "You Go To My Head" ...SAMUEL MAHAN . . . likes to be called "Taters" . . . graduate ot Vocational School . . . plays baseball and basketball well. I3 emo 'za i Q WWW LAURA MAKOWSKI . . . enjoys chewing gurn . . . would like fo be a nurse . . . likes fo sew. . .friendly and good- natured . . . DORIS MALYN . . . known fo her friends as "Dory" . . . likes her German classes . . . has belonged 'ro Glee Club for fwo years . . . ONORINA MANCINI . . . her nick-name is "Smiles" . . . jvery appropriafej . . would like fo be a beaufy parlor operafor .... enjoys doing algebra. - , K1 M W ROBERT MANGONE . . . beffer known as "Maggie" . . . inferesfed in baseball and all ofher sports . . . his greaf ambifion is fo be a draffsman . . . HELEN MANTZ . . .may be called "Henny" . . .enjoys being in shorfhand classes . . . likes fo play tennis and baskefball . . . BETTY MANUEL . . . "BeHybelle" . . . shines in public speaking . . . would like fo be a sfyle experf .... cheerful and Friendly. l X THELMA MARSHALL . . . carries home numerous A's . . . . enjoys bicycle riding . . . . Leaders Club, Nafional Honor Sociefy . . . THERESA MARTUCCI . . . may be found af the radio anyfime Kay Kayser is on . . . is fhink- ing of becoming a Teacher . . . speaks wifh her hands . . . HARVEY MATTHEWS . . . does nof like fo speak in public . . . buf knows all fhe answers . . . comes from New fiexas . . . likes fo fype. , 1 HAZEL MAYFIELD . . . likes to sew and cook . . . wanfs io be a nurse has enjoyed fhe Home Economics Club mosf ANNA MAE MAZUR . . . "Ann," of fhe wavy essay cheerful . . . always joking . . . prefers office work WANDA MAZUR . . . likes friendly sfudenfs nd social activifies of Ken Hi . . . will be privafe secre- ary.. . an experf philafelisf . . . plays fennis. i JNLMW-'W ghair ...Chas disfinguished herself by wrifing a firsf-prize g - . . . ii I FRANK MAZZA . . . "Chick" . . . likes sfudenfs in general, girls in parficular . . slap-happy . . will be a banker some day . . . doesn'f favor poetry . . . ROSELLA MAZZOTTA , . . "Rosie" . . . a falking gum-chewer . . .dislikes school along wifh school work . . . a peculiar hobbyisf, collecfs elephanfs . . . enjoys skafing and dancing . . . MABEL MCANINCH . . . befter known as "Cookie" . . . collecfor of novelfies . . . curious and sfubborn . . . sfares af people J. sweefs for fhe sweef. i rf jj g 3 U ' 3 xl ik Sl i I if X? x Q ' x rare combination ot brains and beauty . . BETTY MCDADE ARTHUR MCBRIDE . . . "Tickle," otticial artist ot the Senior Class . . . plans to become a commercial artist . . . sott-hearted .... has a strange phobia ot women .... VIRGINIA MCCAFFREY . . . "Ginger" . . . caretree . . . A modest . . . hums excessively . . . dances well . . . likes chicken . . .AGNES McCAW . . . "Bunny" . . . generous . .easily angered . . .aspires to be a doctor lsurgeonl . . . hates Snobs . . . likes equine sports . . . her delicacy is peaches and cream. .3 QLOUELLA JANE MCcoNNAueHY..."LUIs eg es fboats lArkyI . . . member ot National Honor ciqy. . . ,.. . . "Micky" . . . has great ambition to become a secre- I I tary . . .dislikes being rushed around in the mornings . . . 'rclikes rabbit meat . . . BETTY McGARR . "Betts," a txpicture ot patience and nonchalance . . . carves wooden uxigures . . . intends to become a iournalist . . . has culti- 'Jttp vated habit ot rumpling her hair. ft? 'CIM'-u-fi 'ilfJ'e" 'T . is H H s Q XEDVVARD McKEEVER . . . Little Ed . . . clay dreamer . . . tuture airplane pilot . . . Varsity Club member tor tour years... likes Kay Kayser. . . tond ot the tairer sex MARJORIE McMAl-IAN ...has a grey hair on her head . . . . small and tidgety . . . "Midge" . . . spends money lavishly . . . ROSANNA MELUCCI . . . caretree . . .holds I 'her pencil when she reads . . . may become an interiorw decorator . . . member ot Latin Club. X N CLYDE MENK . . . "Dutch" . . . indecisive . . . pool shark? ...polka "practicee" . . .apple eater.. . tavors Ken I-li's girls and school spirit . . . EDWARD MIKE . . . moody ati times . . . listens to Federal Symphony Orchestra . . . tavorite selection is "Blue Danube Waltz" . . . doesn't like arguments ...ANDREW MILISIT . . . "Phil" . . . doesn't understand teacher to whom one can't explain things . . . city-chicken eater . . . uncontrollable . . . works during school vacations. FAY MILLER . . . Golden Eaglet scout . . . dates her weakness . . . "handle with care" . . . a photographer who knows how to win prizes . . . has no nickname . . . I-IARRY MILLER . . . "day dreamerl' . . . one word description- "Red" . . . "gadabout" . . . dance tiend . . .drives a Ford . . .smooth . . . EL VERA MGNACO . . . neat . . . Kay Kayser tan . . . hopes to do ottice work . . . French and Commercial Club member. . . likes assemblies and sports. HM, o I '. 7939 l39l 1 W LEYDEN MOORE. . . 'Wimp" ...builds model airplanes . . . veferan of Trade School . . . very falkafive . . .would like fo be a paffern maker. . .CLOAH MOORHEAD . .. candy cruncher . . . day dreamer . . . collecfs dogs . . . dances for diversion . . likes her P. O. D. classes . . JACK MORGAN . . . "for he's a iolly good fellow" .. . fo be a chemisf is his goal . . . quief but "sfill wafers run deep." PAULINE MORHACK . . . prefers red as a color . . . dancing as a hobby . . . ice cream as food . . .Jan Gar- ber's orchesfra .... HOMER MORROW .... always courfeous . . . an ardenf sporfsman . . . would like fo be- come an aviafion experf . . . has enioyed his German classes while in Ken Hi . . RUTH MORTIMER . . "Morf" . . . carefree . . . versaffle . . . snapshof snapper . . . sec- refarial aspirafions . . . revels in roller skafing. JULIA MOSKUS . . . "Jule" . . . "iifferbug" . . . sym- pafhefic . . . delighfs in dancing . . . experf model . . . sfares excessively . . . prefers short men . . . LAVERNE NEALER . . . fwo years on foofball squad, fhree years in loiology class . . . likes chocolafe cake and ham . . . land- mark af all dances . . . plans fo be mechanic or welder. THOMAS NESBIT . . . "Nezzie" . . . sfeak sfrefcher . . . works af gas pumps in spare time . . . Lawrence Welk love GLENN NOBILISE .... in school, prefers mechanical drawing and music hisfory . . . oufside school, woodwork and firsf aid . . . infends fo fake up paffern making . . . GRACE NODEN . . . a very acfive sfudent . . .endeavor- ing fo become a privafe secrefary . . . famous as fhe secrefary of fhe Board of Activifies .... LEONARDA NOVAK . . . "Swiffy" . . . confidenf . . . pleasanf . . , walks and reads for diversion . . . eafs befween meals . . . delighfs in chop suey. MARGARET O'DELL . . . "Peggy" . . . collecfs mafches . . . lisfens fo Tommy Dorsey . . . wanfs fo be a beaufy parlor operator .... inferesfed in Home Economics Club . . .GRACE O'DONNELL . . . "Gracie" . . .Arfie Shaw admirer. . . nose wrinkler . . .dislikes shorf men . . . dreams of running her own dress shop . . . fransfer sfu- denf . . . GERTRYUDE OLBETER . . .sings in German . . . "Gerfy" . . . collecfs recipes . . . good sporf . . . sews and reads . . . very obliging. V101 ographer . . . member ot Commercial Club . . . collects postcards . . . Tavorite toocl is southern tried chicken DORIS PAPAILA .... "Tinney" . . . timid . . . sient . . . possesses a quiet voice . . . preters cocoanut cream pie . . . stamp collector .... Baron Elliott booster . . , ROSE PALETTA . . . likes typing . . . wants To be a sten- MALCOLM PARKER . . . "Mac" . . . member at neg' National Honor Society . . . argumentative . . . collects stamps and models airplanes . . . one ot Ken Hi's Tore- most debaters. NNALTER PAWLAK . . . on the tirst Team in basketball tor Three years . . . very modest . . . plays both a "sax" and a clarinet . . . ANNE PAYDO . . . tavorite colors green and white Ibut not trom Har-Bracl . . . intends to be a secretary . . . hobbies are bicycling and reading. . . PAUL PERRIELLO . . .known To his triends as "Perk" . . . likes to construct model airplanes . . . wants to be an iTj designer. WANDA PERRY . . . hopes To tincl her Tuture in secr?f tarial work . . . bowls a very good score . . . preters musigc ot Tommy Dorsey . . . BETTY PETHICK . . . member o National Honor Society . . . collects stamps and tells Tall stories . . .answers To "Algae" . . . HARRY PETHICK . . . better known as "Zuke" . . . a decided woman-hater . . . likes to work cross-worcl puzzles . . . plays baseball Tor Ken Hi. CECILIA PETRAS . . . hates "iiTTerbugs" . . . won'T talk when she is angry . . . member ot the Commercial Club . . . likes history and pumpkin pie . .ARTHUR PETREY . . enioys the school dances . . . preters hamburgers . . . plays ping pong and chases the "tems" . . . member ot the French Club .... GARNET PIERCE .... likes classical music . . . hopes To enter The Tield ot music atter gradua- tion . . . member ot The Glee Club. x CARMELINA PILLITTERI . . . likes Kay Kayser's musi and strawberry sodas . . . cheertul and mischievous . . . screams when angered .... collects photographs .... CARMEN PIPER . . . wants To be a medical doctor . . . belongs to Latin Club, Literary Club, Camera Club, and Glee Club ...JOHN PRICE. . . better known as "Jack" . . . wants To be an architect and plan worId's most beau- Titul building . . . member ot the Camera Club and Hi-Y. I 4 .mio likes fo dance and chew gum doesn Jr admire shorf en also called Flossie FRANCES RACKOFF Fran refuses fo gef up early member f aflonal Thespians, Kenfonlan Sfaff French Club and ebafing Club .... "her voice is ever genfle" . . . . ICHARD RAUGHT . . . annoyed by swing music and lues singers . . . member of Hi-Y . . . collecfs old books. FLORENCE PUHALLA . . . member of Commercial Club 'n . . . " ' " . . . . . . " " . . . . o XI . . . I ' D R J L MATTHEW RAUSCHER . . . prefers bruneffes . . . wanfs 'o be an aeronaufical mechanic . . . "Maffie's" appefife :nows no bounds . . . FRANK RAY . . . beffer known as 'Flash" . . . ambifious fo become a mechanical engineer . . is a graduafe of Trade School . . . FRANK REBAR . . . Jlays baseball for Ken l'li . . . hopes fo be a famous air Jilof . . . has a passion for roast chicken and all fhe frim- nin s 5 Y I 're s fo be a mechanical engineer MARCELLA Toofie Ken Hn s besf girl afhlefe or T937 38 member of Leaders Club likes 'ro play ootball . . . CHARLES REED . . . Chuck . . . mferesfecl n anyfhing concerning elecfricify .... greaf sense of umor in spife of serious looks. JONALD ARD . . . has fhe gifr of perseverance . . . 7 9 - rg 57 X. Rx 5 2 EDETZKI . . . "Bob" com o us from Trade Sc o . . member of Nafional l-lon ocief and Hi-Y D..." in... "im ' 1 Don s hobby is phofography . . . member of Camera lub and Taleoken Sfaff . . . prefers girls wifh blue eyes FRANK REIMER . . . 'rhinks Ken l-li's girls can'f be .eaf . . .likes fo play baseball and golf . . "Dynami're" . . DA REISCH . . . member of Leaders Club and Commer- :ial Club .... "Tommy" wanfs fo be a secrefary . . . . :ollecfs snapshofs. I Y likes the ladies especially one named Kafe RLENE RIDER fhere s brains in fhaf 'rhar head 'hunks pigfails are sfylish . . . fhaf auburn hair . . . . ernonife . . . "Shorfy" . . . DONALD ROBINSON . . . 'Don" is a member of 'rhe Sfamp Club and fhe Radio Dlub . . . has his amafeur broadcasfing license . . . claims o be a violenf woman-hafer. W -OUIS RESCI-l . . . "Louie" for shorf . . . member of 'l'- . . . i i - . i . . Ax . . . H ' i i " . . . . . . MT f T421 fi i' .M,..ML.,Ll... NORMA ROBINSON . . . member ol Commercial Club . . .lakes lessons in flying . . . dainly and demure with big blue eyes . . . FRANKLIN ROSS . . . known 'lo his lraler- nily brolhers as "larch" . . . Jrhal way aboul a cerlain sophomore girl who goes to Linden Hall .... JAMES RUPPEL . . . Trade School graduale . . . collecls slamps . . . likes his women wilhoul painl and powder . . . infer- esled in pholography. EDWIN RUSSELL . . . Trade School graduale . . . member of Vocalional Basketball Team and Camera Club . . . his hobby is girls . . . LYDIA RUTKOWSKI . . . famous for her good cooking .... sings in sl'udy hall .... MARIE SABETTA . . . member of Nalional Honor Sociely, Tri- Hi-Y, Leaders Club, Board of Aclivilies, Glee Club, and orcheslra . . . Ken Hi's bu ' sl senior and number one p' isl EDNA MAE SAM . . . member of Erenc Club and Com- mercial Club . . . slaunch Eddy Duchen lan . . . belter known as "Bee" . . . a bil noisy . . . ROY SAMPLE . . . member ol Varsily-Club . . . loolball manager for lhree years ..... "fall, dark, and so very handsome" . . . ELIZABETH SANDORA . . . "Lizabel'h" likes lo dance and eal spaghelti . . . belongs lo Commercial Club . . . only four feel eleven inches +all. MARY SANDREY . . . This ambilious girl wanls lo be al vocalisl . . likes lo be in crowds hales long speeches . . DONALD SCANDROL . . . "Muff" . . . manager ol the baskelball leam . . . plays wilh Ken Hi's Iron Men . . . wanls lo be a conslruclional engineer ..... SHIRLEY SCHOEIELD . . . winner of a Blue Ribbon in alhlelics . . . member of Commercial Club . . . collecls snapsnors and likes to do office work. ' N BETTY SCHOLZE . . . "Bells" hopes lo find her iulure 'M on lhe slage .... belongs lo Leaders Club and Glee Club . . likes lo pick up slray dogs . . . RAY SEACAP . . preparing for a Tulure in ar+ or music . . . bashliul where girls are concerned . . . GEORGE SEPELYAK . . .a quielt chap from Easr Deer . . . goes in lor sporls and wood- work . . . preparing lor be a pallern maker. L 7939 l43l - l we .sniofz sa ff M15 - x rs, GEORGE SERIA . . . prefers aviation as an occupation .. .has been a member of nnushball, baseball, and basket- ball teams . . . doesn't like the girls . . . PAUL SHAEEER . . drugstore cowboy . . would like to be a pharmacist . . nicknamed "Casey" .... "I Won't Dance" his theme song . . . LOIS SHANNON . . . unusual interest in air- planes. . .wants to be an air hostess . . . likes Jan. Savitt's orchestra and "Two Sleepy People." ALICE SHEARER . . . likes pumpkin pie . . . belongs to Home Economics Club . . . favorite color is blue, the color of her eyes . . . JOSEPH SHIELDS . . . rifle enthus- iast . . . hunting is his hobby . . . likes the girls . . . his occupational choice in medicine . . product of Stewart . . KENNETH SHIELDS . . . chooses sports for his hobby, and aviation for an occupation . . . likes senior science and dislikes long speeches. MILDRED SHIELDS . . . likes to sew and dance . . .fav- orite color is blue . . . favorite orchestra is Kay Kayser's ...her nickname "Mid" . . . ROSEMARY SHIPMAN . .. musically inclined . . . saxaphone player . . . Wayne King her favorite orchestra . . . would like to be an orchestra leader . . . MILDRED SHRUM . . .owns world's greatest scrap book . . .only tive feet tall . . , nickname "Midge" .t . . likes assemblies, games and study halls. 0 Zyl!!! Keys. I n CHARLES SHULTZ . . . likes maple nut milk-shakes . . . plays basketball . . likes German . . known as "Sparks" . . MIKE SICILIA . . . ace football player . . . likes steak . . . 'ltall and dark . . always smiling . . doesn't like the girls . . SAMUEL SICILIANO . . . President of Senior Class . . . lBoard of Activities member . . . prefers iournalism as an occupation . . . Kentonian Statl . . . favorite orchestra is Artie Shaw's . . . well known for his diplomacy Benny Goodman's orchestra . . . his occupation will un- .doubtedly be a musical one . . . SARA JANE SIMPSON . . . singing is her hobby . . . likes salads . . . prefers Horace Heidt . . . "Cooky" is her nickname . . . enioys fmagazines in library . . . ERNIE SKIBA . . .collects Indian trelics . . .snappy dresser . . . likes spinach . . .would like QEDWARD SILAGYI . . . his hobby is dancing . . . likes to be a forester . . . they call him "Pants," fs 5 441 Qt' FRANCES SPECK . . . collects tlowers . . . doesn't like ' 7!.,,..,,,, Ai ,, 'I WWW A It I Y . Clubs likes 'azz and shorthand her ambition is T be a telephone operator . . keeps a large collection ot photographs ..., JANET SMITH . . . likes to hear "India -. Love Call" played by Fred Waring . . . collects movie stars' pictures and old coins .... THOMAS SMITH . . definitely a "red head" . . . collects stamps as a hobby , . . .outstanding dislike is girls. ANNE SKIMBA . , . member ot Commercial and Olee ' It o I I 'L 'E HELEN SOCHA . . . likes to skate and dance . . . blonde . . . "Heart and Soul" and "My Reverie" are her ltavorites . . . likes to laugh and giggle . . . CONSTANCE SPAKOWSKI . . . tall and tair . . . likes peach up-side- down cake . . . to be a beautician is her desire . . . vivacious .... HELEN SPARKS . . . braids her hair . . . superstitious . . . likes to travel . . . wants to be a dietician . . . tried chicken her tavorite dish. Stelvwxvlfs Se 3inv winter . . . likes hamburg . . . tall and blonde . . . types tor "Kentonion" . . . has a habit ot winking. . . :E REGINA STELMACH . . . Commercial Club member . . . likes dancing and swimming . . . "My Reverie" her tavorite piece ot music .... JOHN STEVENS . . . studious . . . dislikes "iitterbugs" . . . likes Hal Kemp . . . nickname "Steve" . . . likes his steak rare . . . would like to be an engineer. i GENEVIEVE STRENKOWSKI . . . belongs to Commercial Club . . . likes to dance, swim, and skate . . . ice cream sodas her weakness .... DORIS SUTTER . . . likes to dance, drive, and date . . . nickname "Jackie" . . . likes chocolate cake . . . doesn't like ankle socks. . . . RICHARD SUTTER . . . outstanding in scholarship and leadership . . . good sport . . . wants to be a scientist . . . popular with all students, especially "Les" . . . president ot National Thespians. f . i Q L s sings and works well De Molay Oueen ' F ' LaVERA SWANSON . . . "Les" . . . petite and sweet 2255" leo bbw B I U X -x Lf ,FE dislikes nightwork fschool, not Sutterl . . . socially and Wm Q1 A f intellectually active. . . PAUL SWEENY . . . punster . . . ' 1 ' basketball team manager . . . likes boats . . . sells 9 to pop-corn at the games . . . a tuture member ot the U. S. Q Navy .... VICTORIA SWINER . . . Spaghetti is her tavorite dish . . . likes to cook . . . nickname "Vickie" . . . likes P. O. D .... runs all the way to school. 7939 I45l I ek? ,J Q W LOUIS SZUCH . . . carves wood and makes toys as his hobby . . . fixes his hair . . . likes hamburgs . . . dislikes detention hall . . . actually wears a tie .... MARGARET SZUCH . . . bashful . . . likes office practice . . . would like to be a stenographer . . . doesn't resemble her brother . . . ladylike .... ESTHER TAKER . . . peels polish from her nails . . . day dreams . . . likes Maurice Spitalny . . . dislikes themes of all varieties. Q-J, A4 ' ', ff g Z AQ, ff r, XL 7 , MARJORIE fTAY'lCOiR . . . given to procrastin ion . . . likes fishing and swimming . . . claims to be a good cook . . . sauerkraut her favorite food . . . wants to be a beautician .... DOROTHY TEMPINSKI Q . . talks and giggles . . . likes typing and shorthand . . . pals with "Helen" . . . secretarial work occupational choice. . . . DANIEL Tl-lElS . . . stamp collector . likes orange jello . . . dark, wavy hair . . . nickname "Danny" . . . wants to be a radio expert . . . gentleman. FRANK Tl-llRY . . . his weakness is blue eyed blondes . . .' bashful . . . wants to be a mechanic . . . known as "Legs" .... JACK THOMAS . . . drives a Buick . . . can't endure Fords . . . fashioned from Esquire . . . likes Doris . . .to be a dentist is his ambition .... ANNABELLE TIMBLIN . . . photography and scrap books are her hobbies . . .sells candy and does it well . . . likes P. O. D. and basketball and football teams. DEMETRIUS TOM . . . sports his hobby . . . has long fingernails . . . Kay Kayser his favorite orchestra . . . played reserve football .... ROSE TONEY . . . Club member . . . favorite food is French fries . . . temperamental, and friendly . . . can't stand egotists .... WlLLlAM TOOMEY . . . collects likes onions a la everything . . . moody . . . questionable singer. . . likes Sammy Kay and "Stardust" . . has a great interest in Altoona. ANN TORCHIA . . . dancer and singer . . . wants to pursue a musical career . . . bites her nails . . . belongs to French Club .... EMILY TRAWINSKY . . . wants to be a nurse . . . Florence Nightingale her ideal . . . has a habit of laughing at the wrong time .... MARY TROINE . . . hobbies are collecting pictures and sewing . . . likes to watch basketball and football games . . . would like to be a secretary. 461 L 1 Q7 RGARET TRUAX . . . "Peg" . . .would like eiiher 'ro be a secrefary or To marry a weallrhy man . . . likes To hear Phil Spitalny .... RAYMOND TRUBY . . . hales To gel' up in Jrhe morning . . . likes geomelry . . . would like To be an aeronaufical engineer .... OLGA TURANSY . . . would like To be a model . . . enjoys riding, skalring, and bowling . . . French Club . . . goes for chicken a la king. ! KATHERINE TUSING . . . enio s her P. O. D. class . . . would like To be a secrelary . . . likes Kay Kayser's music, dislikes "iiHerbugs." . . . JOSEPHINE TYLINSKI . . ."Jo" ... likes To dance and sing.. .also enioys 'I'he library and assemblies . . . favorile song is "My Reverief' . . . ELIZABETH TYPINSKI . . . has a scrapbook of snapshois . . . is pleased wilh assemblies and her German classes . . . modeling is her desired occupafion. fried poialoes . . very definitely dislikes women drivers repairing aulos is his hobby ROSE VELTRI enloys 'rhe assemblies and games . . . would like +o be a JAMES VELTRI . . . "Jimmy" enioy P.. O. D .... relishes . 4 D D a Q . ... . . . . q . - - I secrelary . . . a member of Commercial Club . . . JAC VERNAM . . . would like lo become a foresf ranger . . . hafes geHing up in the morning . . . likes +o eaf aller geffing up . . . serious looking chap. VVALTER VESTRAND . . . "Wall" . . . likes Jro chew gum, and eat pork chops . . . enjoys walrching baske+ball games and aHending his P. O. D. classes .... ROBERT VIGRASS . . . "Bob . . . would like To be an aeronau'I'ical engineer . . . favorile subiecl' is physics . . . especially prefers chicken . . . a cheerful lad .... SARAH JAYNE WAGLE . . . a member of The Camera Club, College, Club and olhers . . . would like To be a nurse. JAMES WALKER . . . shy and guiel . . . usually missing firsl' day of hunting season . . . hunlring is his hobby . . . band member for Jrhree years .... ROSE WANAT . . . reserved . . . dances and sews . . . doesn"r like noise . . . "SJrar DusJr" her favorile melody . . . occupalrional desire is 'ro be a clerk .... VIRIGINIA WARDZINSIG . . . doesn'Jr like movies . . . nor malhemaiics . . . enioys office work. . . an apple a day . . . has the "giPr o1cgab". i Oiwwr 7939 I4 l 7 3 s A? Mis. DX 4 5l2LO'Z5, P A fl WALTER WARDZINSKI . . lall . . . very courleous . . . f mechanical engineering his choice ol occupalions . . likes I sleak and assemblies .... good speaking voice . . . . JAMES WAREHAM . . . lall and handsome and quiel . . . bul doesn'l like e girls! . . . always ealing . . . lool- ball hero . . .qplaxysi uilar .,. . SARA WATSON . . . cheerlul . . . p ol fgghy r y . . . "My Reverie" her lavorile luv . . . w,a ls ' e a dielician . . . knilling a paslimfyfi ' fu n . f . LQ 'QHAROLD WEAVER . . . honor sludenl . . . member ol Nalional Honor Sociely . . . easy lo gel along wilh . . . Alhinks baked beans are delicious . . . BETTY WESTON v. . . small . . doesn'l like oral lalks . . skaling a hobby . . Y Baron Ellioll's holds lirsl place among lhe orcheslras. QAMYRTLE WHITE . . . allenlive . . . lancy sewing her Hobby.. . . doesn'l li conceil . . . likes all kinds ol pie. Syl Wm ' JU X T L HARRY WIANT . . . quiel and lriendly . . . inlelligenl . . . likes "hot dogs" . . . pholographer . . .would like lo be an aeronaulical engineer . . . Nalional Honor Sociely. JOHN WILES . . . "delermined" . . .lo lead an orcheslra his desire . . . spaghelli his weakness . . . likes musical assemblies . . . LAWRENCE WILHELM . . .wanls lo be a millionaire . . . hunls and lishes . . . slamp colleclor . . . likes hill-billy music . .i. quiel bul willy. ir' f ESTER ILLS . . . "Larry" . . . dancing his hobby . . . and baseball his lavorile sporl . . . doesn'l like lo gel up early . . . remembers 3I2 as his lavorile section room. JULIA WlSLlE . . . "Ginger" . . . likes lhe games . . . "doodler" . . . skales lor a hobby . . . commules lrom Glassmere . . . LOIS WOLFE . . . brown eyes . . . Wayne King slandsxflopsn among orcheslras . . . sophislicaled . . . diy, siliijtcy and golls . . . pleasing personalily. M MARSHALL WOLFE . . . blonde . . . "ladies' man" . . . likes chili con carne . . . and Kay Kayser's music . . . easy lo gel along wilh ... CORINNE WOODARD . . .wanls lo be a good speaker . . . punclual . . . likes lo sew . . . sweel polalo pie her lavorile dish . . . and she knows how lo make il . . . RUTH WOOLSLAYER . . . serious . . . doesn'l like boysl . . . wanls lo be a clerk . . . Shep Fields' her lavorile orcheslra. WW' Wa' LJOLUQCJ ' l iff MMI ESTHER WOOMER . . . little and talkative . . . reading absorbs most other time . . . likes German . . . wants to be a nurse.. .WILLIAM YEAGER .. . "Bill" . . .archery his hobby . . . comes in late . . . pleasant . . . doesn't like to wait tor people . . . Ken Hi's bank messenger . . . RUTH YENGLING . . .cooks and crochets . . . "Pepper" . . .wants to be a nurse . . . "goes steady" . . . likes to sleep . . . Golden Eaglet scout. fi BETTY YOUNG . . . likes to dance . . , tlutly hair . . . mashed potatoes her tavorite next to "Bud" . . . wants to teach English . . . member ot Tri-Hi-Y and Dramatic Club. . . GEORGE ZABEC . . . "Zep" . . . cut-up . ., curly black hair . . . good dancer . . . stays up late at night to listen to the radio . . . likes to snow-ball . . . ADOLF ZIEIVIIANSKI . . . photography is his hobby . . . "bashtul" . . . admir good sportsmanship . . . likes tlapiacks. Agmxl T PAULINEZINGRONE . . . ot the dark hair and eyes . .. small and serious . . . dancing her hobby and occupa- tional choice . . . likes basketball . . . DAVID ALLISON . . his motto is: "an apple a day" . . dislikes boasters . . likes a drive a car. . wants to be a machinist. . . EWALD BITTCHER . . . always cheertul . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . basketball manager . . . Dramatic Club . . . wants to be a drattsman. ELWOOD CYPHER . . .also answers to "Zero" . . .stars in basketball . . . enjoys vacations and the girls . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . EUGENE ERB . . .one ot the many boy scouts . . . likes Benny Goodman to play "You Look Good To Me" . . . never retuses pie . . . JOHN EERIVIA . . . likes to read good books . . . known to most as "Dago" . . . habit ot chewing his nails . . . can't stand braggarts. EUGENE EONTAINE . . . better known to his triends as "Erenchy" . . .dislikes night work . . . caretree . . . always ready with a wise-crack . . . never gloomy . . . OUAY GEER . . . always happy . . . enjoys photography . . . likes "l've Got a Pocket Eull ot Dreams" played by Tommy Dorsey . . . CHARLES GUIDA . . . hopes to be a drum- mer in Buddy Lee's orchestra . . . always! singing . . . quick tempered . . . could eat chicken torever. l49l JAMES GUMP . . . "Rosie" . .collects stamps as a hobby . . .a member ot Junior Patrol . . . likes girls. . . tavorite subject geometry . . .JOE HANNA . . . tinkers with cars ...louder than he is big . . "Jew Hanna's Hock Shop" . . always speaks out ot turn . . . ROBERT KELLER . . . eats Wheaties . . one ot the tirst to graduate trom the electric shop . . .enjoys baseball and skating. WWW GEORGE KOGLMAN . . . dislikes prevaricators . . . is interested in radio work . . . enjoys the girls ot Ken Hi . . . his tavorite tune is "June in January" . . . JOSEPH KOZLOWSKI . . . "Koze" . . . enjoys dratting . . . talks with his hands . . . likes to whittle . . . member ot Boy Scouts ot America . . . ANDREW LIBENT . . . quiet . . . art and music are his hobbies . . . would like to be an artist . . . snaps tingers when thinking. JOHN LISKA . . .enjoys vacations . . . never wears a hat . . . dislikes a person who acts "smart" . . . goes to the movies on Friday . . . Benny Goodman tan . . . ROBERT LLOYD . . . "Buck" . . . keeps his hands in his pockets . . . sometimes moody . . . blushes easily . . . member ot Hi-Y . . . likes archery . . . JACK LUCAS . . . dislikes night work . . . quiet and studious . . . enjoys mathematics and ice cream . . . a Benny Goodman tan . . . plays 0114 THEODORE MAKOWSKI ...builds airplanes . . .winner in an airplane model contest .... caretree .... gum chewer . . . likes spaghetti . . . JOHN lv1cMURDO . . . better known as "Scotty" . . . dislikes women . . . likes to play soccer . . enjoys vacations most ot all . . MARTIN MANDAK . . . known as "Mutts" . . . hums in class . . . has rescued a drowning girl . . . wishes he could tind a "Gold Mine in the Sky." basketball. PETE MARIETTI . . . "Arkansas" hopes to be an aviator ...another Benny Goodman tan ...dislikes girls. . . his 'Favorite color is blue . FRANK MORRONE . . . nothing to say . . . but whistling is a habit . . . chooses to be a mechanic . . . likes roast chicken with trimmings . . . ROBERT MINICK . . . happy is the word tor "Bob" . . roller skates in spare time . . . talkative and a bit lazy. T501 If if I ! .. I I fl' . . v',A1fV- ff' L- stef- 'J' ' " I. J A" 1 1,1 1 'cv' ,W jr," jf' j . I U, JOI"IN NAREWSKI . . .woodworking his hobby . . . car- rots his favorite food . . . pattern making his choice of occupation .... artist at prevaricating .... JOI-IN NAWOTKA . . . member of the Junior Patrol . . . always good natured . . . likes music . . . in fact, wants to be a musician . . . stamp collector . . . WALTER OSOSKY . . . "Sudak" . . . a southern accent . . . favorite tune "Alex- ander's Ragtime Band" . . but likes to dance and eat pie. ALEX PAINTER .... favorite color blue .... favorite musical selection "Blue Danube" . . . inclined to be sleepy .. . likes to dance . . . pie eater . . .ANDREW PELCZAR . . . another stamp collector . . . dislikes night work . . . interested in first aid .... enjoys vacations .... gum chewer . . . JULIUS PINKOS . . .friendly and ambiti u . . . doesn't like to wear a hat.. .interested in so c r .. and in pattern making . . . radio "ham." , f ROBERT POULAKIS . . . another member of the Junior Patrol . . . known as "Puck" . . .wants to be a draftsman . . . claims to only average . . . PETE RYWAK . . . candy salesman . . . enjoys reading, bowling, and skating . . . chooses to be a machinist. . . a weakness for cake . . DANIEL SANNER . . . "Curly" . . . doesn't like girls.. . whistles . . .ambitious and looks out for himself . . . adept at chicken consumption. CLARENCE SAYLOR . . . "Strike-out King" . . . enjoys? , sports . . . thinks he is stupendous . . . one of Ken I-Ii's . football stars .... chocolate cake his Waterloo .... WILLIAM SCI-IAEER . . . collects match booklets . . likes? to be called "Irish" . . . enjoys making new friends . . .X- can really string a line . . . EDGAR SI-IOEMAKERj, . . . collects stamps . . . likes to act tough . . . alwaysx borrowing someone's car . . . dislikes boys who show off.Y Y Fi SAMUEL SINGLETON . . . a Kay Kayser fan . . . likes to . uf ' swim and do bead work . . . rather bashful . . . "Singie" A My I likes "Two Sleepy People" . . . RAYMOND SLEZYCI-II 4 f'VfQ . . .dislikes noise . . .would like a drive a racing car. . P always happy. . .hopes to be a mechanic . .gum chewer. Ir ADAM SNIZASKI . . . likes turkey dinners . . . doesn't like nightwork . . . plays basketball . . . draws pictures . . . enjoys mechanical drawing. 7939 1511 I X 4 51250 'za S 4 N N s 1 i N Y ROBERT STRATTON . . . doesn'1' like 'co gel his hair wel . . . does like 'ro eal' ice cream . . . always laughs al' lhe wrong 'rime . . . JOE TALLERICO . . . hunling a hobby . . . arguing a habii . . . carefree and noisy . . . chooses pa++ern making as an occupalion. JOHN TELFORD . . . an out-door man . . . likes To hunl and fish . . . and 'ro play baseball . . . known for noise and laughler . . . ANDREW TEMPINSKI . . . Hlvlolorcycle Andy" . . . likes +o falk . . . buf dislikes oral 'ralks lin classl . . . also likes movies. JOSEPH TRENBlCKl . . .likes radios. . . wanis lo be an engineer . . . dislikes braggaris . . . known as "Lip" . . . always loafing . . . JOSEPH TURIAK . . . anolher Wayne King' fan . . . builds model airplanes . . . much interesled in drafiing . . . prefers chicken dinners. BLAKE WALKER . . .always smiling . . . whisiles while he works . likes 'ro draw . . . wanls To be an ariisi . . . and live on chili con came . . . JOSEPH WELTNER . . . fufure eleclrician . . . laclive and 'ralkafive . . . likes ice skaling and baseball . . . prefers srudy halls lo classes. HARRY WILKS . . . "Fai" . . . doesn"r like girls. . hobby is collecling slamps . . . enjoys malhemalics classes most . . . anoiher voie for roasl chicken . . . PETER ZANETTI , , , a cheerful lad is "Zeke" . . who Thinks pie delicious . . wanis To follow drafiing as an occupation. l52l fm LQfyQca'zs SENIORS Presidenl ...,.......... Vice Presidenr Secrela ry .......... Treasurer Sponsor ..... JUNIORS Presideni .,w..7V Vice Presidenl Secrera ry .....,....... ,,,,,,, Treasurer Sponsors . SOPHOMORES Presidenl ....,.. Vice Presidenl Secreia ry ...,... Treasurer ...,... Sponsors .... FRESHMEN Presldenl .,.,.........,.... Vice Presidenr Secrela ry .....,.......c Treasurer Sponsors Sam Siciliano Richard Surfer Paul Sweeney Frank Mazza M r. Ganlz Raymond Rackofl Mike Lucci Sara Louise Snyder Roberl' McDonald Miss Eiges, Miss Moore William Valenline David Broffman Mary Calherine Braden Fred Ferry Mr. Waller, Miss Marhison Ken neih DiHy Charles Schnorr Thomas Allison Thomas Schnorr Mr. Tomb, Mr. Zeolla ilu mzmnrg nf ilillarg Cilhmieliuski wha hieh illllarrh 21, 1935 i531 Lazio 'as Firsr Row: Anna Abdo, Fred Abraham, Marjorie Adams, Elizabelh Alberlr, Orvis Alex, Jose Alvarez, Elizabelh Andreieski, Mary Ellen Anis, James Ansilio, Marie Anfonelli, Richard Arnold, Edna Ashe, Charles Baish, Elnora Baker, Joe Baranowski, Miriam Barham. Second Row: Emma Mae Barnes, Yverre Bassell, Mary Elizabefh Bales, Wilberl Beatly, Laura Belle Beech, Earle Beighley, John Belli, Virginia Bennelf, Anna Berardone, William Berger, Alice Bellor, Tom Bevan, Sara Jane Bigley. Raymond Bollinger, Rheada Bollman, June Bowser. Third Row: Florence Bracken, Gene Bradley, Marlin Brill, Lois Ann Brown, Gordon Browne, Lucille Buchanan, Mildred Buckner, Vinlon Burliorcl, Rufh Cable, Doris Callahan, Earl Cameron, Virginia Camp, Grace Campbell, Dorolrhy Carnahan, Belrlie Jane Carvin, Dororhy Cherry. Fourlh Row: Andy Chesmark, Bill Chesney, Annabelle Chiresler, Helen Cholico, Edmond Ciukowski, Jack Clark, Mary Louise Clark, Hudson Clemenlrs, Grace Colbert Jack Cooke, Joe Corso, Dorolrhy Coudriel, Harold Cramer, Ruth Crawford, Frances Croghan, Mary Lou Croyle. . Fiflrh Row: Eddie Crummie, Anrhony Darres, Olive Dayoub, Mary Delbauve, James Devine, Alrhea Dohmen, Mabel Dorazio, Leonard Edelson, Dorofhy M ds, Margaref Farkas, Lew Farner, Agnes Fell, Lena Ferrazzoli, Leonard FloHa, Eugene Flynn, Charles France. ix'rh Row: John Freche, Jean Frederick, Virginia Gahagan, lrene Galanl, Paul Gallagher, Wallace Gamrod, Helen Gans, Edgar Garner, Roberf Geer, Sally Giunra, Jean Glass, Wal+er Gmerek, Edwin Golembeski, Jean Goodenow, X Mary Jane Greco, lrene Gregory. Sevenrh Row: Vivian Grey, Jean Grove, Roberlr Gruver, Elvera Guenrher, Mae Hadad, Lillian Haddad, Josephine Hanna, John Hardy, Jayne Harker, Alice Harrge, Dorolhy Harlrman, Roberlr Hayes, Elvie Hecker, Rulh Heinrirz, Mary Isabelle Henry, Walrer Herford. Eighlh Row: William Hild, Ann Hoderowski, Ann Holefich, Delberla Holfzhauer, Theodore Hopkins, Mary Horenzy, Sfanley Horzempa, Be'c'ry Hoskin, Margarel Howells, Julia Hrabczuk, Harrie Hrosko, Dick Hughan, Jeanne Jackson, Helen Jacobs, Miriam Jacobs, Billy Johnson. , Ninfh Row: Rurh Johnson, Roberl' Johnslon, Arrhur Jones, Charles Jones, Cecelia Joseph, Dorolhy Kaiser, John Kaylon, Leona Keibler, Margarer Kennedy, James Khoury, Srella Klimczyk, Doris Klingensmirh, Virginia Klingen- smilrh, Louis Kochanski, Edward Kocoll, Erma Koepp. Tenrh Row: Virginia Konesky, Rita Koperek, Roberl Koperek, Helen Koscianski, Madeline Kosfick, Berlha Kowalkowska, Myriam Kress, Frances Krushin, Marlin 1, Krushin, Ted Kubir, Joe! Kupec, Bernard Kuski, Slrella Kutrlo, Allred Laing, 5, Andy Lapaio, Margie Leah. 'fx XElevenJrh Row: Helene Leilh, Caiherine Lewis, Olive Lewis, Henry Lilli, Violejr Lilli, Mary Jane Linderman, Harold Lis'r, Marrha Loehner, Priscilla Long, Jack X ,A Loos, Mary Jane Lucas, Amy Sue Luffy, Virginia Lukosky, Roberlr Lusk, Bob - ' MacDonald, Helen Maglicco. Not Piclruredr Dale Bufiinglron, Caroline Burgarr, Esrher Coudrielr, Wallace Elliolrf, Glenn Fosler, Jennie Goodenow, Berl Gill, Norman Granr, Mary Kondrasiewicz, Lorerlra Loughner. l54T 553 wzio 'zz Firsl Row: Jerome Makowski, Nelson Malone, Viola Mallory, Herberl Malyn, Irving Malyn, Mary Mancini, Weda Mangini, Veronica Marolli, Lois Jane Marr, Clarence Marshall, Evelyn Mazzolla, Allon McConnell, Alvin McConnell, Ray McConnell, Charles McCready. Second Row: Bellie McGivern, James McKelvey, Allreda McKinnon, Tom McMann, Earl Mechling, Erma Lois Meenan, Deane Merryman, William Milburn, Joe Milisils, Dorolhy Milko, Dorolhy Miller, Miriam Miller, Helen Monaco, Marion Morrow, Belly Morse. Third Row: Jack Murray, Helen Nell, Claire Nevins, Howard Newmeyer, Dorolhy Ogle, Warren O'Hara, Ann Olsewec, Anna Qlszewska, Irene Omecin- ski, Ed Osesky, Richard Parke, Rulh Parker, Sam Parrolla, Edna Pallon, William Palz. Fourlh Row: Roman Pawlik, Wadsworlh Pawlik, Joe Pengewaler, Genevieve Penninglon, Charles Perriello, Connie Perriello, Frank Pessolano, Lynelle Pelherick, Josephine Pelrone, Doris Pierce, Frank Poplowski, Berneice Pranie- wicz, Helen Preisser, Hazel Query, Raymond Rackoll. Fillh Row: Rosalie Rachupka, Irene Radomska, Geraldine Remy, Harry Rhea, Iris Richardson, Roberl Richardson, Belly Rippey, Tom Rodgers, Gusl Rodiles, Annella Ross, Bernice Ross, Josephine Ross, Arl Rossing, Tillie Roll, Daniel Rowe. I Row: Marlha Jane Rowe, Dorolhe Rudolph, Mirl Ruppel, Andy Rusnock, Marlha Russell, Phil Saliba, Gilda Scanga, Josephine Scarpinili, Dorolhy Scherl, William Schmaley, Don Schrecker, Rose Shamey, Thomas Shores, Elma Shulick, Richard Siciliano. Sevenlh Row: John Sieminski, Wanda Sikora, Helen Skegas, Paul Smellzer, Irene Smilh, Bill Snyder, Margarella Snyder, Sara Louise Snyder, Louise Solbes, Mary Soroko, Marlha Spewock, Joseph Sproull, Chris Sprowls, Jack Slallord, Henriella Slamm. Eighlh Row: Carolyn Sleele, Mary Slelun, Anne Slevens, Fred Slillwagon, Thela Slill, Mary Slroud, Belsy Slrouse, Jeanne Summerhill, John Sunka, Ray Surow- ski, Sunda Suzio, Sleve Svedi, John Swank, Elhel Tanner, Edward Taylor. Ninlh Row: George Taylor, Florence Tellord, William Tellhorsler, Belly Thomas, Helen Thomas, Dorolhy Timmins, James Tonks, Pal Toomey, Genevieve Troianowski, Bob Truax, Edna Valenline, Roberl Van Dervorl, Helen Vanery, Ralph Van Horn, Gusly Vasilopus. Tenlh Row: Jane Vaughan, Joseph Vellri, Virginia Vigrass, Bob Vogl, Clair Wagner, Belly Wachller, Janel Walker, Richard Walker, Charles Wallers, Jack Wassell, Adeline Weaver, Belly Jane Weaver, Dorolhy Weaver, Helen Weaver, Goldye Weinberg. Elevenlh Row: Eleanore While, lreene Wiley, Glenn Wilhelm, Harry Wolle, Marlha Jane Wolll, Della Woods, Ralph Woomer, Ernesl Wrable, Madalyn Wyanl, Ida Yee, Joan Yoder, Margarel Young! Margarel Zahier, Kalhryn Zaleski, Rulh Zinamon. Nol Piclured: Anlhony Marin, Henry Myers, Chic O'MiIian, Belly Phillips, Sara Price, Norman Venger, Virginia Yockey. l55l l571 Soflgomofzaf, Firsl Row: Rose Abdo, Marian Abed, Louise Acoll, Jennie Abraham, Joe Abraham, Lillian Abraham, Marian Abraham, Ralph Abraham, Rosella Abraham, Jean Achenne, Mary Adam- slci, Marjorie Addison, Earl Alcins, Ray Akins. Second Row: Ernesl Alberl, Mary Alerich, Mil- chell Alex, Ann Allen, Jane Aller, Janel Aller, Helen Anderson, James Anderson, Leona Andreieski, Dorolhy Anis, Hazel Arb, Mary Ella Armslrong, Roberl Alkinson, Rhoda Bable. Third Row: Harold Bailing, Elmer Balcer, Angelo Baldi, Grace Baldi, Elwood Baldwin, Thomas Ball, David Baumann, Roberl Bavolar, l-larold Beals, Dolores Behanna, Roger Bell, John Ben- dilq, Roberl Besl, Audrey Bevan. Fourlh Row: David Bevan, Rulh Bleier, Belly Boland, Joseph Bonidy, Rulh Bowser, Mary Braden, Mary Bradley, David Brollman, Rich- ard Broolcs, Augusl Brunelli, Loyal Bryan, l-lelen Buclcshire, George Buhl, Charles Bullzo. Fillh Row: Thomas Burlcell, Freeman Buller, Josephine Calabrese, Mary Calabrese, Lucille Camp, Georgia Caperell, Mario Caprella, Alice Carabin, Belly Carabin, Calherine Cashell, Dorolhy Cavada, Granl Cavender, Roy Cavill, Gloria Cesarino. Sixlh Row: Barbara Chapman, Dorolhy Cherry, Sleve Chizer, William Chollco, Roberl Chorba. Anna Mae Chovanec, Elizabelh Clarlc, Merle Clawson, Clillord Claypool, Eugene Colussy, Viola Conler, Mary Connor, Pele Conslanlino, Roberl Coulch. Sevenlh Row: Lavela Covey, Elsie Cowan, Belly Cunningham, Andy Czubialc, Alveria Daughenbaugh, Edilh Deleo, Norma Deplo, Jack DeVine, Bob Dinsmore, Clarence Dona- hue, Virginia D'Orazio, l-lelen Dorocialc, John Dorocialq, Clara Drewencki. Eighlh Row: Michael Drobezlco, Virginia Duncan, Belly Dunn, Michael Duplinslqy, Irene Dybas, John Dzanai, Wilberl Easley, Belly Edwards, Senes Emmerl, Joyce Epslein, John Esper, Abigail Euwer, Eslher Evans, James Fair. Nol Piclured: Virginia Baker, Merle Benlley, Michael Capsambelis, Eileen Cowen, Berlha Czyz, Theresa DeGiglio, Alberl Einsporn, Wal- ler Evanylc. I Aiofzflonzo 'aaa Firsl Rowz, Margarel Failh, Norman Failh, Waller Farnelh, John Felix, Sara Ferma, Josephine Feroce, Fred Ferry, Arlhur Fleming, Janel Fleming, Eleanor Flelcher, Edward Flynn, John Flynn, Gloria Foli, Clarence Foy. Second Row: Florence Framplon, Barney Frick, Jimmy Fullon, Connie Galzerano, Frances Galzerano, Mary Gaslon, Julian Gaupin, Ro- berl Geiger, Velda Geiger, Eslher Gensamer, Dorolhy Gibbs, Lorma Gilford, Ida Giovan- nelli, Frances Girardi. Third Row: Mary Gleba, Ann Glebovich, Ralph Glendening, Joe Glodowski, Adam Glolnis, Miriam Goldberg, Helen Grabowsky, Marga- rel Graham, Maxine Granl, Palricia Gray, William Grolelend, Nellie Gudinas, Winilred Guenlher, Theresa Guida. Fourlh Row: James Hammond, Rulh Hancock, George Hanes, Dorolhy Hardy, Naomi Hark- com, Yvonne Harlman, Phyllis Harlzell, Marlha Hasson, Eleanor Haughl, Warren Hayes, Jane Heasley, Arlhur Henderson, Donald Henry, Dorolhy Henry. Fillh Row: Carrie Herringlon, Belly Heyer, Joan Hibbells, Hilloerl Hicks, Roberla Hindman, Margarel Hoak, Charles Hogg, William Holl, Yolanda Honick, Jean Horlon, Kathryn How- ard, Jeannelle Howell, Lois Ann Howell, Winlon Howells. Sixlh Row: Gerlrude Hullman, Mary Jane Imm, Belly Ireland, Louis Isaac, Marlha Isaac, Blanche Jablonski, Rulh Jackson, Kalhryn Jacobs, Virginia Jacobs, Wilbur Jacobus, John Jameroone, Waller Jedlowski, Irene Johasky, Hanako Johnson. Sevenlh Row: Ralph Johnson, Rulh Johnson Anna Johnslon, Dolores Johnslon, Earl Johns- lon, Geraldine Johnston, Charles Joswig, Mildred Kaloel, Irene Kalwarski, Marlin Kavin- ski, Edilh Kelley, Dick Kenney, Craig King, Blair Kirkpalrick. Eighlh Row: Emma Kirkwood, Warren Killer, Helen Klebine, Genevieve Klingensmilh, Louise Knarr, Renella Konazeski, Irene Kondek, Anna Kondzik, Veronica Krall, Dorolhy Kuznicki, Maxine Lann, Frank Lapalo, James Lawrence, Marie Leah . Nol Piclured: Irene Gloviczky, Sleve Horwall, John Kerr. T cgiofzgomofzaa l - Firsl Row: Reah Lebowilz, Evelyn Lee, Agnes Leebel, Mary Lenzi, George Lesiow, Marie Levo, Iona Lewis, Marlha Lewis, Fred Limberg, Clara Lipinski, Mike Lobazzo, Harry Lodowski, Harold Luchsinger. Second Row: Margarel Lulz, Frank Mangieri, Henry Manlz, Jacqueline Marks, Roberl Marr, Q Mike Marra, Jean Marlz, George Mason, John X. Mason, Mary Jane Maslowski, Helen Maleya, Geraldine McAllisler, James McBryer. Third Row: Belly McCollirn, Bill McCool, Samuel McCoy, Calherine McDonald, John Mclnlyre, Grace McRoberls, Lois Jane McSparrin, Alice Mears, Viclor.Morrone, Josephine Melucci, , Marie Melucci, Nicholas Melucci, Dale Meyer. Fourlh Row: Doris Miller, lrene Miller, Lloyd Miller, Rulh Milligram, Theodore Mishlal, Arline Milchell, John Monaca, lvah Mullley, Willis Murray, Anna Murlha, Russell Myers, Tony Nader, Eleanor Nagel. Fillh Row: John Nell, Bill Nichols, Belly Noll, Mabel O'Block, Gerlrude O'Millian, Mabel Orris, Paul Osesky, Jane Ososky, Slella O'Tremba, Frances Pahalla, Edilh Palella, Flora Pallone, Frank Pallone. Sixlh Row: Frank Panlano, James Park, Roberl Parsons, Winilred Parsons, Donald Pasguerella, Helen Pallerson, Wallina Pawlik, Lena Per- riello, Theresa Perriello, Doris Perry, Sam Pelarra, Dom Pelarra, Frank Pelrone. Sevenlh Row: Veronica Pelroski, Joseph Ploski, Florence Posl, Jean Powell, Margarel Powell, June Powers, Margarel Quigley, Alice Rad- omska, Henry Rakvic, Dorolhy Randall, Theresa Rapp, Rulh Raughl, Eslher Ray. Eighlh Row: George Ray, John Ray, Phyllis Reed, William Rees, Audrey Reeves, Raymond Renock, Mary Repp, Reva Reznick, Jacqueline Rhoades, Clillord Roberts, Raymond Rochlin- ski, Nalalie Romanco, Emerson Ross. Nol Piclured: Dorolhy Mildren, Mary Ochsen- hirl, Jayne Parke, Rose Phillips, Mildred Pills, Jack Robinson. x .r " wk, L ' ' . Ui F V . Mb,-4 cgofzgomofzaz, l 5r'fii Firsl Row: Margarel' Runco, Evelyn Ruppel, Rulh Russell, Edward Rulka, Helene Rygiel, Harry Rywak, Charles Sack, Milchell Sam, Frances Saksek, Willie Saunders, Emma Schiclroma, John Schmidl, Rulrh Schofield. Second Row: Georgene Scoll, David Seeshollrz, Violel' Serene, Olive Seri, 'K'eiJrh Shalzier, Emily Shaheen Leonard Shipman, Third Row: Simpson Slephen Sharick, Waller Sheppard, Sherosky, Peggy Shields, George Regina Shrum, Suzanne -Sicilia. Jennie Simon, Louise Simon, William Mike Sis, Arlimis Skegas, Nick Ske- gas, Malry Margare-Jr Skilling, Tommy Skilling, Blanche Skupenski, Nancy Grace Slinker, Mike Sluser, Mary Ellen Smilh, Paul Smilh. Fourlh Row: Palricia Snyder, Rira Snyder, Laura Sobecki, Carl Sokalski, Nick Solomon, Ray Solomon, Virginia Solomon, Georgia Spicer, Mary Jane Sproull, Sherman Slockdale, Werner Slresky, Margarer Sullivan. Fillh Row: Anna Svedi, Faye Swaney, Jeannelle Szuch, Bernard Taylor, Dorolhy Taylor, George Taylor, John Taylor, Philip Theis, Arlhur Thom- ey, Nora Thompson, Raymond Tiersworlh, Mary Timko, Emily Tocco. Sixlh Row: Anlhony Treslan, Millie Trgine, Rulh Troulman, Heil Truby, Mike Uric, Herman Vagnozzi, William Valenrine, Greilchen Van Ameringen, Julia Vanery, Evelyn Van Horne, Nick Veltri, YeHa Venzerul, Edward Veslrrand. Sevenlh Row: Dick Walker, Grady Walker, Thomas Walker, Lois Walls, Nasher Ward, Harold Wellman, Helen Weslerman, Marian VVes+lake, Annabelle Weslon, Jim Willmore, Helen Wise, George Wolfson, Michael Won- check. Eighlh Row: Margarel Wyke, Bobbie Wylie, Josephine Yabczanka, Ann Yakshe, Gladys Yockman, Lucille Yohe, Arveda York, Leona Young, Frank Zalac, Mildred Zalac, Louie Zaleski, Paul Zender, Nick Zunic. Noi Piclured: Richard Sconing, Arlhur Smouse. 'Zfli H2512 First Row: Helen Abdo, Edward Ad- ams, Emma Adams, Forbes Adams, Christine Albert, Elizabeth Albert, John Albert, Jane Allio, Thomas Allison. Second Row: Perry Bavera, Lois Beatty, John Beringer, Sidney Berk- ey, Harry Bettor, Richard Beveridge, Anna Bibza, Millie Bibza, Nora Bitterice. Third Row: Henry Butler, Rose Cala- brese, Lillian Campbell, Josephine Capretta, Clarence Carr, John Carr, Paul Chach, Joseph Cheppetta, William Cherom. Fourth Row: Antoinette D'Andrea, Shirley Danovits, Barbara Davis, March Davis, Rosemary Delbauve, Carmella DeLuca, Josephine De- Palma, John DeSanto, Dick Dickey. Fifth Row: Esther Mae Fisher, Ade- line Florence, Frances Flotta, Eliza- beth Fontana, Andrew Forbis, Pat- ricia Fowler, Helen Garhos, Sophie Gawlik, Harold Geiger. Sixth Row: Kenneth Gump, Edna Haddad, Carnell Harris, Millicent Hay, Regina Henninger, Stella Her- rington, Betty Hileman, Dorothy Hobaugh, Dorothy Holley. Seventh Row: Helen Hrabczuk, Ther- esa Hrosko. Frank Humphreys, Paul Hurst, Julia llnicki, Vera Isaac, Essidell Jack, Eugene Jackson, Ray- mond Jagodzinski. Eighth Row: Richard Khoury, Lois Ann King, Betty Kiser, Eleanor Kline, Fred Knapp, Joseph Koscian- ski, Emilie Koury, Bernice Kraft, Phyllis Krieger. Ninth Row: Doris Lloyd, Lynn Long, Rosemary Lucas, Julia Lucinski, Perry Ludy, Kenneth Mangone, Min- nie Mangone, Lydia Manning, Law- rence Marino. Tenth Row: Gregory Meledanclri, Ray- mond Meyer, Alex Micklow. John Migliorsi. John Miller, Thurman Miller, Betty Jane Minick, Steve Minor, Jeanne Mitchell. Eleventh Row: Jack O'Hara. Billie O'Millian. Arthur Opinski, William Orris, Leonard Paletta, Victoria Panfil, Kenneth Parks, Jchn Par- ratta, Mario Pati. Twelfth Row: Jane Phillips, Margaret Piemme, Dorothy May Pierce, Mike Prokop. Rayma Quick, Eulalia Ran- kin, Lenora Rapp, Jean Ratini, Patricia Ream. Thirteenth Row: Elsie Sack. Louvenia Saunders. Nora Elizabeth Schall, Charles Schnorr, Tom Schnorr, Lois Scholce, Margaret Schwak, Jessie Seczyk. Fourteenth Row: Jayne Smith, Vir- ginia Smith, Frances Soroko, Roxie Sourbryne, John Spondike 'Mary Stankiewicz, Emilia Starmen, Kath- ryn Steele, Virginia Sutter. Fifteenth Row: William Tipton, Dan- iel Tochluk, Vespucci Traini. Nida Tromza, Frank Troyak, Frank Tur- ner, Jane Tusing, Patsy Veltri, Jane Wardzinski. Sixteenth Row: Paul Williams, Don- ald Willet, Wanda Wilton, Jane Woomer, Dolores Wrable, Alvin Wy- lie, Arthur Wylie, Regina Yenkala, Albert Yockey. Not Pictured: Cecelia Blaszeck, Flor- ence Kostic. 151 man First Row: Amelia Alvarez, Richard Armstrong, Rose Atiyeh, Selma Ati- yeh, Robert Baker, Pete Baksis, Regina Baksis, Joe Balla, Isabelle Barnes. l Second Row: Ruth Boerstler, Robert Bordonaro, Leo Brent, Julius Brown, Roy Buchanan, O. C. Buckner, Helen Burford, Richard Burgart, Emma Burkholder. Third Row: Elizabeth Christopher, William Choltco, Norma Clements, Milton Cohen, Mary Conley, Gale Copeland, Russell Cowen, Edward Crisbello, Stanley Czwalga. Fourth Row: Orlando DiGirolanio, Kenneth Ditty, Edward Dobrick, William Durcho, Donald Egger, Thomas Evans, Carol Everhart, Floyd Eyler, Jane Farmery. Fifth Row: Evelyn George, Aileen Gerlach, Carl Glock, Melvin Gold- berg, Virginia Greene, Frances Greg- ory, Carmella Grillo, Peggie Gross- heim, Tony Guido. Sixth Row: Melvin Hollier, Anita Hoppel, Esther Hoppel, Walter Horn- etter, Richard Horton, Helene Hor- zempa. Dale Hourigan, Jack Howard, Fred Howell. Seventh Row: Olive Janibagian, Sadie Janibagian, Ruth Johns, Ernest Joseph, Mollie Kalil, Bob Kaylor, Edward Kerr, Robert Keys. Eighth Row: Mollie Kubiak, Paul Kurocik, Casimer Kwake, Edward Kwiatkowski, Rose LaRussa, Isabelle Latona, Louise Lawson, Melvin Lev- endorf, Dorothy Litot. Ninth Row: Mildred Mayfield, June McAllister, Mary Ann McCabe, Ralph McCreddy, Thomas McCunn, John McFadden, William McGregor, Pat- ricia Mclntyre, Milton McLaughlin. Tenth Row: Helen Morrow, Edward Murtha, Elaine Murtha, Lois Myers, Margaret Myslinski, Gabriel Namey, Regina Nawotka, Marjorie Neahmia, Henrietta Nowak. , Eleventh Row: Samuel Pati, J. T. Patterson, John Pavlik, Paul Pavlik, Marie Pelino, Harry Pennington, Clarence Perry, Peggie Perry, James Phillips. Twelfth Row: Betty Redfern, Adola Rhodes, Joseph Robinson, Rozena Robinson, Mike Rodites, Nick Rod- ites, George Roethele, Louis Ross, Harry Rowe. Thirteenth Row: Helen Shaheen, Jack Shearer, Betty Lou Shook, Josephine Sicilia, Perry Simmons, Thomas Simon, Andy Sirota, Mary Skegas, Jean Smatana. Fourteenth Row: Dorothy Sweet, Rob- ert Taylor, Mary Terwilliger, Andrew Thomas, George Thomas, Julia Thomas, Thomas Thomey, Arlene Thrower, Aileen Timko. Fifteenth Row: Lottie Weaver, Milton Weinberg, June Weister, Milton Westerman, Clyde Weston, Lisle Weston, Wesley Weston, Jean White, Charles Williams. Sixteenth Row: Virginia Yockman, James York, Eugene Yute, Joe Yvoska, Adrienne Zaff, Bernice Za- leski, Mary Zatwarnicke, Roy Zelle- frow, Barnetta Zippler. Not Pictured: Madelene Cicerchi, Jane Esser, Ruth Gordon, James McLaren, Pete Simone, Frank Swiner. 1".T' ocafiolzaf Aicfioof Firsl' Row: Eugene Achenn, William Allen, Jack Armilage,iMillard Ascherl, Frank Aversa, William Baker, Dale Barnes, John Boscarino, James Basline, Pal Bello, Pele Bernardi, Eugene Birrcher, George Berlram, Bill Blaine, James Brown. Second Row: Roger Brown, Americus Bruno, Bill Buller, Raymond Capo, Charles Carnevale, Roberl Cavada, Mike Erceg, Bill Conner, Frank Conslanfino, Ralph Coscarelli, Arnold Cox, Delmar Cypher, Frank Dambrowski, William Elwood, Edgar Evans. Third Row: Joe Fanlruzzo, William Farkas, Roberr Farmery, Ray Farnelh, Roy Farnefh, Charles Feola, Roberl Flick, Edward Forresl, Bill France, Chuck Gensamer, Arfhur Genulis, Charles George, Marvin Gier, Guido Giovannelli, Waller Golembeski. Fourlh Row: Homer Greenwald, Dom Guida, Charles Gufknechl, Edward Gufknecht, Joseph Hackl, Pele Halupa, James Hamillon, John Hankey, Henry Hanna, Bud Hawk, Claude Herringfon, Anrhony Hladney, Billy Holscher, Raymond Hoover, Edwin Hoppel. Fifrh Row: Valenline Horenzy, Elmer Howe, Waller Hryczyszyn, Edwin Huer, Anrhony Jagodzinski, Willian John, William Keener, Leonard Keller, Waller Kelley, George Kerr, Roloerl Klems, Richard Kline, William Kremer, Ray Krzewinski, Dean Kuba. Sixrh Row: Waller Kuloil, Frank Kunicki, John Kwake, Frank Lascek, Augie Lascola, Carl Levandoski, Ray Lloyd, Frank Lubomski, Mike Lucci, Joe Machuga, Sfanley Malecki, Joseph Malinski, Pele Marra, George Marrash, Duane Marrioft. Sevenfh Row: Edward Mazur, Roberf MazzoHa, Waller Mendelowski, Charles Mickelic, Tony Migliorisi, Joseph Mike, Morgan Miller, Harry Moore, Mike Namey, Alex Nelroskie, Roberl Noel, James Norman, Frank Novaleski, Teddy Omecinski, Gus Pappas. Eighlh Row: Sieve Pavlina, John Perdens, Joe Periello, Waller Pirchowicz, Ralph Piper, Arlhur Praniewicz, Marlin Preus, Jay Renock, Archie Roloerls, Eilwig Rowe, Pele Rysak, Arlhur Sack, Edward Sam, Harry Shalkoski, Blaine an . Ninlh Row: John Shoskin, Ernest Sieminski, Frederick Silliman, Andrew Siura, Fred Snyder, Tom Sladlerman, Ralph Sfevens, John Swarlz, Waller Swarlz, Edward Thompson, William Thompson, Lamonf Timlolin, Louis Toney, Gordon Van Horn, John Vellri. Tenlh Row: Guslave Venier, Henry Venler, Wilbur Wachfer, William Wachier, William Walsh, Alberl Weiser, Ross Weltner, Charles Wielobob, Jack Wilson, Don Yockman, James Zaborowsky, Joseph Zaffro, Alexander Zawrolny, Frank Zawrofny, John Zine. a i641 1 W 1 T 1 F B W , K l65'l , ax 'mx is A in i'Ken Mi une theme extna-ciinnicufian cictivitiea which attempt to anawen the Atucientlx qjuelation ot what he mcuj beat do with hia Qeiaune time UCLZQIOEEIZ T H E S T A F F Eclilor-in-Chief 7..,..7 ,,,,,,,,,L,7,, , ,7,,,,A,,AY,,7,,,,,,,,,,.77,,,A7,7,,7,,, Richard l-larwick Associale Edilors ..,,,,, A,w,,,,,,,7, L uella Jane McConnaughy, William l-lall Senior Edilrors 7,,, ,,A,,,,7,,,, , 7A77,,,,, A rlfne Rider, Paul Jones, LaVera Swanson Frank Crawford, Roberl Redelski Vocalional School Edrlors .,,,o,,,,,... ,,,,,,oA,,o,o,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,o, R o lgerl Slrallon, Ewall Billcher Organizalion Edilors .Y,v,.. Louise Bowman, Belly MCDade Pholography Edilors .,oo.,...,,,o, Richard Surler, Don Reihard, Donald Flick. Roloerl Clark Sporls Edilor .,o,,,o,,o....,c, ,,,,,,,,,,,,c,,,.,,,,,,,,,,c,,,,,,,,,,c,,,,,ccc,,cc,,,,V,cc,,,,,,.,,,,,.. W aller Pawlik Copy Edilors ,...,.o,,o.., ,c,c,,,,,.c,c, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,c T h elma Marshall, Pegge Anderson Typisls c,..,o,,,,o..,. ,,,,,., L aVerne Bailey, lrene Kralz, Conslance Spal4OWSlii Arlisl .o,.o,.,...o.,..7....,o,o,.,..... o,e.......,ooo,..,.oooo.....,o,,oo,c..c,o,o,...,..e,ooo.. L L Arlhur McBride Business Manager .o,.,,........c, ,.......co,,.....,...,.....,o,,,..,.,,,,o,.,,.,,c,c,,,,, E dwin l-leckman Assislanl Business Manager ..,c.o, ,c,,,c,, M argarel Chesney Adverlising Manager ..L,,,,.,L..,.,,,,,...,,..,,.,o,....,,,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,o,,o..,.ccc.o,,,,.....,,,,o.,.... Ray Chrisly Assislanl Adverlising Manager ,.,,o,,......,,,,L,..,.,,.,e,,e.,..,.,.o,o,,,c,,cc,,,s,,,,..,. William Toomey Junior Edilors ......,.,,,,,,.......,,oo,e... Annabelle Chilesler, Dorothy l-larlman, John Freche Seplemloer pasl, lhe ground work lor lhe Class ol 39's book-ol-lhe-year was laid. The advisers, Mr. Arlman and Miss Walker, mel wilh "Sammy" Siciliano, presidenl, and aller lenglhy consideralion ol The applicalion blanks turned in by members ol lhe class, selecled lhose who were 'ro make up The various seclions ol lhe slall. ln lhe edilorial deparlmenl, lhey selected Richard l-larwick, an enlerprising worker on lasl year's slari, 'ro serve as edilor-in-chiel. To help "Dick" in +he slrenu- ous and diversified calls upon an edilor, Luella Jane McConnaughy and William l-lall were named associale edilors. The very imporlanl posls ol business manager and assisfanl wenl ro Edwin l-leckman and Margarel Chesney, while Ray Chrisly and William Toomey were selecled lo fill lhe equally imporlanl offices ol adverlising ness and advertising TO THE LEFT are the staff members who handled the bus1 TO THE RIGHT are those who d1d the editorial, art and photography work. managers. Richard Suller, Don Reihard, Roberl Clark, and Donald Flick were chosen lrom a mullilude ol applicanls lo lake charge ol all work connecled wilh lhe pholog- raphy lor lhe book. Aller lhe lilling ol lhe olher posilions on lhe slall, a meeling with Mr. Wise was scheduled and lhe "Taleoken" was oll lo a llying slarl. lmmedialely a subscriplion campaign was launched, and in lhe prescribed lime an unprecedenled number ol subscriplions was enlisled. The pholography slall wenl inlo aclion and in a shorl lime every sludenl in lhe school had been pholo- graphed individually, even lhough some piclures were less prelenlious lhan olhers. The Taleoken ollice, adjoining Room 4Ol, was lhen lurned inlo a bee-hive ol aclivily as lhese eighleen hundred pholographs were sorled, classilied, and mounled by lhe combined ellorls ol lhe pholography, edilorial, and business slalls. Mr. Colao, lhe pholographer, was nol idle, because pictures ol lhe various clubs, school aclivilies, and leams had lo be snapped belore a complele piclure ol Ken Hi in H38-39" could be allained. The edilorial slall, nol lo be ouldone by lhe ardenl pholography and ad-seeking business slall, began lo plan lhe lilerary pallern ol lhe book. lnlormalion blanks were lilled oul by all lhe seniors, and lhe senior edilors spent many hours uncovering lhe varied hidden likes, dislikes and ambi- lions ol lhe gradualing class. Wilh lhe aid ol lhese lacls lhe edilors were able lo wrile lhumb-nail skelches ol all lhe seniors. Aller lhis was compleled, lhe various records ol lhe alhlelic leams, clubs, and olher incidenlals were compiled, and lhe slall changed lrom a swarm ol busy workers lo a clusler ol lazy drones, anxiously awailing lhe day when lheir dream child would assume ils prinled lorm. "Honor To Whom Honor" glational .gfonofz Soccefy The high- esT honor which can be besTowed on a sTudenT oT New KensfngTon l-ligh School is To be elecTed To membership in The NaTional l-lonor SocieTy. The New KensingTon ChapTer oT This naTional organiza- Tion was Tormed in I925. Since ThaT Time The aim oT The club has been To promoTe iTs Tour qualiTies- characTer, scholarship, leadership, and service-in iTs members, and To encourage These gualiTies in The sTudenTs oT The school. Any member Tailing .slttfeplfvly Perhaps iT is characTerisTic oT Those inTeresTed in liTeraTure To wanT To meeT and Talk. AT any raTe The LiTerary Club was organized in November, l938. WiThouT beneTiT oT hisToric meeTing place or reTreshmenTs The club has progressed and has been encouraged by var- , ious Teachers. The main pur- pose oT The organizaTion is To become beTTer acquainTed wiTh liTeraTure. AT presenT The membership consisTs oT senior, iunior, and sophomore girls, who are sponsored in Their proiecT by Miss Davis. Being in need oT Tunds, The members worked ouT an idea oT Their own Tor making mon- ey. Each girl conTribuTed her share oT home-made candy, and February 24Th wenT down in The hisTory oT Ken l-li as Fudge Day. The populariTy oT T701 To uphold The ideals oT The club is immediaTely dropped Trom The socieTy. The NaTional l-lonor SocieTy has charge oT selecTing The big broThers and big sisTers Tor The various home rooms. lTs mosT ouTsTanding accomplishmenT is The presenTing oT Ten-dollar awards To The besT boy and girl ciTizens in The senior class. ln addiTion To These worTh- while acTiviTies The club has sponsored a successTul Tea dance, a candy sale, a pencil sale, and The annual privaTe dance in May. Their wares as well as The proceeds oT Their sales was encouraging. In True "liTerary" Torm The pres- idenT is addressed as chancellor, The secreTary as scribe, and Treasurer as secreTary oT The exchequer. Members of LiTerary Club Like To Read All the World's a Stage" mational fl-lzespians "Try-outs! Try- outs To-night I" was the cry heard early last tall. The National Thespians, in coniunction with the Dramatic Club, were beginning the activities ot the year by selecting new members. The Dramatic Club, which endeavors to promote an intelligent and act- ive interest in dramatics, received its charter to become Troupe I4 ot the National Thespians in 1935. Members ot The Dramatic Club attain the distinction ot being Thespians by participating in a .qpebafe since Tis organization in 1937, the Debating Club has grown into one ot the lead- ing activities ot New Kensington High School. The ardent debaters have enjoyed many an evening, Resolved, That .... required number ot plays and by going Through a "trying" initiation. At The regular meetings Two one-act plays are given and guest speakers are pre- sented to The members. The Thespians sponsored The Christmas assembly and The exchange programs with Vandergritt, presented to The public "Apron String Revolt," a three-act comedy and highlight ot the dramatic year aT Ken l'-li, and co-operated with The seniors in staging Their annual class play. The semi-private dance was an outstanding event. during which They were driven to Trenzy by The heat ot argument. Usually The Tirst number on The pro- gram is a scrap and The second scrapping. Scrap number one takes The torm ot a debate. These debates are very interesting, perhaps not so much to The victims ot The speakers as to The speakers Themselves. A great deal ot valuable train- ing is derived trom these small debates, such as learning to talk betore an audience, how to present an argument, and countless other things That cannot be set down in black and white. The scrapping as- sumes the Torm ot rebuttals. lt occasionally happens that the speakers etticiently ex- tinguish Themselves, showing clearly how much they do not know about their topic. T711 KenTonian's Big Three Examines One Issue and CorrecTs The NexT '-jiCe"lt07ll6U'l DespiTe The Tact ThaT This year's sTaTT sTarTed ouT wiTh only Three veTeran news- hawlcs, The KenTonian Tor I939 has been one oT The besT published papers in Ken l-li Tor some Time. The aim oT The sTaTT, which changed The paper's moTTo Trom "Our World ExacTly As lT Goes" To "Our School ExacTly As lT Goes," was To give an exacT as well as inTeresTing accounT oT Ken l-li's sTudenT liTe and sTudenT acTiviTy. Several ouTsTanding TeaTures oT This year's publi- caTion were The increased number oT phoTographs and The increased use oT original linoleum cuTs. The Iinoleum cuTs were producTs oT arT TalenT pres- ent on The sTaTT. The phoTographs were, according To a sTaTT member, The resulT oT sTaTT eTTorT in bor- rowing, begging or Taking pic- Tures concerning weelcly news evenTs or TeaTure maTerial. l'lighlighT oT The TirsT semesTer was The l-lallowe'en issue, in which every arTicle had a Hal- lowe'en head line. AT The beginning oT The sec- ond semesTer The sTaTT was compleTely reorganized, alTho EdiTor-in-ChieT Sam Conner, AssociaTe EdiTor BeTTy Mc- Garr, Business Manager Geo. Esa, CirculaTion Manager Don JusTham and a Tew oThers re- Tained Their Tormer posiTions. The highlighTs oT The lasT se- mester were The April Fool issue and The Tinal FuTuroscope i T721 issue. ln The April Fool issue vivid accounTs were given concerning such improbable incidenTs as a hurricane sTril4ing The school, I2 TeeT oT snow Tall- ing over nighT, and a sTudenT body equipped wiTh "scooTer-bilces" Tor The purpose oT Traveling Through The halls. The FuTuroscope publican ToreTold occur- rences which mighT perchance beTall members OT The graduaTing class in The disTanT TuTure. The sTaTF also parTicipaTed in a number oT acTivi- Ties which were noT direcTly connecTed wiTh pub- lishing The "KenTonian." Five KenTonian represenT- aTives Traveled To Irwin, Pennsylvania, where They met oTher sTudenTs and helped To organize The "WesTmoreland CounTy Press Club," aT Norwin High School. "Our School ExacTly As IT Goes" Ken Hi's DeparTmenT of The Exchequer Students SUULWQS .qgank Though The headguarTers oT The STudenTs Savings Bank are raTh- er small in size, members oT The bank sTaTT carry no small responsibiliTy. They TransacT business Tor all The organizaTions in The school. Juniors and seniors QT The Commercial DeparTmenT Till These posiTions. William Yeager and Tom NesbiT, messengers, make Their daily Trip down Town, rain or shine. Emily Drag and Sarabyrle Beard seem To wriTe endlessly in ledger and iournal. The checking accounTs are CLOWIWIGTZCLLIT One hundred TiTTy-eighT TuTure stenographers, secreTaries, salesmen, book- keepers and bankers make up Ken l-li's Commercial Club. Besides claiming To be The largesT club in handled by BeTTy Thomas. The Taleoken and School AcTiviTies Tunds are in The hands oT Genevieve Tro- ianoski. And The Tellers who cheerTully change your Tive inTo ones or sell you a TableT Tor a nickel are MargareT Bonidy and Jean Glass. Miss DoherTy oT The Commercial DeparTmenT supervises all These acTiviTies. To handle The numerous accounTs neces- sary To run The business oT a communiTy oT some eighTeen hundred sTudenTs requires no liTTle accur- acy on The parT oT The bank sTaTT. school, iT also iusTly claims To be one oT The oldesT and peppiesT. lT sponsored conTesTs To deTermine The besT TypisT and The besT shorThand sTudenT. GreaTesT oT The year's underTakings was The Com- Commercial Club Grows in Numbers and EnThusiasm mercial Club Open l-louse held in March. The seniors clemonsTraTed Their skill in shorThand, while The iuniors showed They had rhyThm by Typing To music. The book- keepers worked under The di- rection oT Mr. Kordes and The bankers wiTh Miss DoherTy. OTher TeaTures were demon- sTraTed by The oTFice pracTice class and displays oT various Torms OT commercial work on The bulleTin boards. Members oT The club served as a regis- TraTion commiTTee and guides, TaculTy members supervised all deparTmenTs oT The exhibit. T731 1 i gfzx Lives Up Qoard of Qqcfivifies The Bgard gf AC- fivifies merifs fhe praise of fhe enfire sfudenf body. lf would be no easy faslq fo find a group more con- scienfious and efficienf in handling the various emergencies which arise in a school fhe size of Ken l-li. This organizafion consisfs of four faculfy and six sfudenf members, fhe laffer being elecfed in fheir sophomore year fo serve during fhe remainder of fheir high school course. At fhe regular meef- ings every fwo weeks, fhe board handles such rou- Camera Abouf a year ago fhe Camera Club was organized under fhe direcfion of Mr. l-ladden. Despife ifs relafively shorf exisfence, if has blossomed info an organizafion with one of fhe largesf memberships in Kenl-li. lfs popularify is undoubfedly due fo fhe confesfs which are held each year, fhereby chal- lenging fhe inifiafive and in- dusfry of fhe club members. Thus, the already fiery enfhu- siasrn of fhe embryo phofog- rapher is increased subsfan- fially by fhe award of prizes. Time affer fime fhe enfhusias- fic amafeurs sally forfh fo do or die. Af leasf fhey are "dead" sef on geffing a per- fecf phofograph. The firsf fhng fhese would-be phofog- raphers learn is fhaf few pic- fures furn ouf perfecfly. Buf l74l fine business as nomfnafions of class officers, appli- cafions for organizafion of clubs, permissions fo sponsor anyfhing from a slrafe fo fhe publicafion of a yearbook. A schedule of evenfs and dafes is made af the beginning of fhe year. The board also selecfs fhe enferfainmenf for fhe regular sfudenf assemblies. The annual banquef is held in Novem- ber. The acfivifies of fhe board begin on fhe firsf day of school and are nof finished until fhe reporf cards go ouf fhe lasf of May. does fhaf defer fhem? Never l Many can be seen near fhe school and every place else imaginable, sprawling in undignified posifions, eyes glued fo fhe cameras, defermined fo make a perfecf picfure. Camera Club Prefers Them Candid Board of ACi'lVIi'I9S To lfs Name N K H S Calling SN- A .ghlcflo NKHS calling . . . NKT-TS call- ing. Sounds similar To These coming Trom aTop The whiTe building OT Ken Hi mighT be heard by sTu- denTs some Time in The near TuTure were They giTTed wiTh The abiliTy To hear The goings-on in The eTher waves. AT leasT, ThaT is so according To The mem- bers OT The Radio Club OT Ken l-li, pracTically The newesT organizaTion in The school. ThaT New Ken- singTon l-ligh School will very soon have an amaTeur sTaTion OT iTs own is one OT The chieT aims OT The Stamp AT 3:I5 every Third Wednesday a group OT sTudenTs could be seen enTering Mr. GanTz's room. The regular meeTing OT The STamp Club was abouT To begin. This year's club, one OT They Find Stamps MOST lnTeresTing club. ln having such a sTaTion Ken l"li would be Tollowing The lead OT oTher schools in This disTricT, noTably Peabody l-ligh School, which is already well known in The radio world. Thus The club is planning in This respecT To malce Ken Hi The ulTra-modern in educaTional insTiTuTions. Among iTs members The Radio Club boasTs Two licensed amaTeur operaTors and several oThers who will soon be graced wiTh The raTher undigniTied appellaTion, "ham," The largesT since The creaTion OT The club in I935, did much To carry on The excellenT work OT Tormer years. Among Their acTiviTies was a sTamp aucTion, which was arranged and conducTed by members. The case in The library, alloT- Ted To The exclusive use OT The club, was lcepT well Tilled with iTems OT inTeresT nOT only TO The philaTelisTs Themselves, buf also To Their Triends. To vary The meeTings, well-known phil- aTelisTs OT New KensingTon were broughT beTore The club To relaTe Their experiences in The various phases OT sTamp collecTing. By exhibiTing Thoir own albums and collecTions The members did much To in- crease The inTeresT in This worThwhile and proTiTable hobby, and by perusing cur- renT liTeraTure They lcepT up To daTe in The sTamp world. T751 NoT Quife FiTTy Million Frenchmen Le Cefzcle DCEUHCGLS The Frengh ig an organizaTion To promoTe Triendliness among French sTudenTs, and To enable sTudenTs To share new inTormaTion abouT The French language and counTry. The qualiTicaTions Tor membership are noT binding and no dues are required. Any sTudenT oT French, pasT or presenT, may belong. MeeTings are held aTTer school on The second Wednesday oT each monTh. Every year new members sTarT corre- spondence wiTh boys and girls oT France Through HOW? ECONOMICS TwenTy-six Treshman and sophomore girls work and play To- geTher in This Club. They are girls whose course include sewing and who are genuinely inTeresTed in This old-Tashioned arT. Regular 7 meeTings are held each monTh. AT These meeTings plans are made and daTes selecTed Tor The club's social aTTairs. Some- Times some ingenious scheme such as a collar-making con- TesT adds inTeresT. Lilce many oT The clubs in Ken l-li, The Home Economics girls spon- sored a Tea dance, buT, unlilce any oTher club, They oTTered Tor sale aTTracTive hand-made TelT novelTies which sold "like hoT cakes." The ouTsTanding evenT oT The year was doubT- less The Tea and spring Tashion show. Under The guidance oT T761 The medium oT The club. Usually, The social season is sTarTed wiTh a Tea dance, which, This year, was very successTul Tinancially. The annual sale oT home- made candy is exceedingly popular among The sTu- denTs and Teachers, iudging Trom The many, many orders received. UndoubTedly The mosT popular oT all is The gay picnic held in May aT The Memorial Parlc. IT usually rains, buT The weaTher never damp- ens The spiriT. A dinner, prepared in Miss PaTTer- son's l4iTcher, is The high spoT in an evening oT Tun. Miss Lyon, The girls made The cloThes in class. MoThers were invited as guesTs To The Tea, aT which parT oT The enTerTainmenT was The Tashion show demonsTraTing The girls' dressmalcing eTTorTs. Home Economics lnTeresTs The Girls These Moderns Enioy Their LaTin Latin IT a Roman lad oT The days oT Cicero should sTep ouT oT a hisTory TexT and inTo The halls oT Ken Hi, he mighT noT Teel aT all losT in The TwenTieTh cenTury environmenT. Especially iT he chose To drop inTo Room 2ll on The lasT Wednesday oT The monTh. l-lere he would Tind some subiecT Trom ancienT days being discussed by modern girls and boys, ThirTy or Torty upper class- men oT Ken l-li. l-le would be guiTe aT home dis- cussing The Toga, Roman myThs, Roman homes and The members OT The Culinary ArTs Club are Ken l-li's experTs on cookery. Supervised by Miss BryanT, They prepared delicious viands boTh in class and aTTer class. They Boys, Too, Go ln For Culinary ArTs The calendar. OT course These subiecTs are noT discussed in LaTin, buT many common English words would have a Tamiliar sound. l-le mighT be sur- prised To Tind girls parTicipaTing, or To discover ThaT The direcTors oT These acTiviTies were Miss l-lawk and Miss Rorabaugh, Two women members oT The TaculTy. lT is probable, however, ThaT having aTTend- ed one meeTing, he would Tind The conTines oT obscuriTy raTher dull and be loaThe To reTurn To his niche on The shelT. sTudied noT only The preparaTion oT Tood, buT also iTs consTiTuenTs. They looked inTo The maTTer oT eTiqueTTe and learned The TundamenTals oT serving. They demonsTraTed Their accomplishmenTs in This respecT by serving aT The ban- gueTs held in The school. Be- sides meeTing regularly Twice a monTh, once Tor business and once Tor pleasure, They made delicious candy Tor ChrisTmas and sponsored a successTul Tea dance, wiTh The popular cake walk as a TeaTure. Needless To say, They prepared Their own reTreshmenTs Tor all social aT- Tairs. The boys have shown Their abiliTy To keep pace wiTh The girls in The arT oT cooking and serving. AlThough This is one oT Ken l-li's smallesT clubs, iT boasTs an enviable spiriT and conTinues To progress. T771 Tri-Hi-Y is Ten Years Old CN' . . JPL-qglil-cl! WiTh The roliclring Tun oT an iniTiaTion aT The expense oT new members, The Tri- l-li-Y, a club composed oT junior and senior girls. begins The school year. Since Their organizaTion in I929 This group oT girls has been one oT The mosT acTive and disTinguished clubs in Ken Hi. lTs pur- pose is To creaTe and mainTain high sTandards oT sporTsmanship and ChrisTian characTer, noT only ThroughouT The sTudenT body, buT also in The com- muniTy. The club Tries To accomplish This by such Cvarszfy "The purpose oT The VarsiTy Club," says a member oT The same, "is To TosTer a love Tor aThleTics and To promoTe a genuinely en- ThusiasTic spiriT in our school. Only sTudenTs who have parTicipaTed in and have earned a varsiTy leTTer in one oT The Tive recognized sporTs can achieve membership in our organizaTion, which is rec- ognized by The school as an honorary insTiTuTion." Aside Trom acTual parTicipaTion in aThleTic evenTs, The members are guiTe limiTed in Their ac- TiviTies. The ouTsTanding of These is Their managemenT oT The Allegheny-Kislci Valley BaslceTball TournamenT. From The club a number oT boys are selecTed To handle The various phases oT worlc and The diTTer- enT problems which arise dur- ing The TournamenT. Among T731 acTiviTies as iTs campaign To promoTe good sporTs- manship in assembly. Each year aT ChrisTmas Time The girls disTribuTe basl4eTs oT Tood To The needy oT The ciTy. To provide Tunds Tor This worlc a semi- privaTe dance is held early in The Tall. The FaculTy Tea and The lVloTher and DaughTer BangueT, Two oT The ouTsTanding social evenTs oT The school year, are sponsored by The Tri-l-li-Y. All These acTiviTies are under The leadership oT Miss DoherTy. These acTiviTies are securing adverTisemenTs Tor The TournamenT programs, selling The programs, operaT- ing The haT and coaT check rooms, cleaning The basl4eTball Tloor and The halls, and oTher deTails. Wearers of The "K" Belong To VarsiTy Club From Able Followers To Capable Leaders leaders The Leaders Club has a membership oT abouT TiTTy-Tive girls, sophomores To seniors inclusive, who are inTeresTed in a+hIeTics, good sporTsmanship and wholesome Tun. Under The guidance OT Miss Davis, These girls hold one meeTing a monTh, aT which They discuss numerous plans Tor developing The club. To become a mem- ber, a girl musT have aT leasT a "B" average in gym work. ATTer she is elecTed To membership by The club, she is assigned some clever Torm oT iniTiaTion. C3 UVILOV .lairol For seven consecutive years The sTudenTs oT Ken l-li have been under The saTeTy supervision OT The Junior PaTrol. lNleiTher rain nor snow nor sleet nor hail deTers The paTrol Junior Pa'l'rol Defies The WeaTher-man Unless a suiTable excuse Tor absence Trom iniTiaTion is presenTed, The girl is dropped wiThouT TurTher noTice. The acTiviTies oT This group are numerous: They play basl4eTball aTTer school, when The gym is availableg They assisT Miss Davis in gym classes by serving as reTerees, roll Talcers and grade TabulaTorsg They parTicipaTe in play days managed by oTher high schools, and sponsor Their own, and They con- Tinue To supply Ken l-li wi+h The popular conTecTion necessary Tor an annual "Lollypop Day." boys Trom pursuiT oT Their duTy, and iT is on This ac- counT +ha+ The sTudenT body has been so eTTicienTly saTeguarded Trom accidenT and injury. These boys, who are Trained under The supervision oT PaTrolman B. Fowler, promise To TulTil The duTies oT Their oTTices as laid down by The oTTicers oT paTrols and To cooperaTe wITh The local police Torce. Their up- To-daTe red and black uniTorms are a Tar cry Trom The original whiTe canvas Sam Browne belTs and niclcle-plaTed badges, and Their ranks have increased by leaps and bounds since The change. STudenTs in The Ridge Avenue building seldom see The enTire paTrolq insTead They usually see The Two paTrolmen who supervise TraTTic aT Ridge and WoodmonT Avenues and The inTersecTion oT Ridge Ave- nue and WalnuT STreeT. T791 They Swing and Sing ocflle LjuCen5ylUa"llan5 The Kensylvanians have been playing tor all the club tea dances since way back in l93l. l-lowever, it was only recently that the orchestra received its clever name and came under taculty supervision. Membership, as in any ot Ken l-li's musical organizations, is open to any student with musical talent and ability to pass a demonstration try-out. Arthur Gregory, taculty supervisor and music instructor, rides herd with an E tlat alto sax. The reed section is composed ot 907161 As tall ushered in tootball try-outs, she also ushered in band try-outs. Mr. Gregory con- ducted the latter, with each applicant tor a position playing various selections on his instrument. Atter the "corny" ones had been weeded out, Mr. Gregory im- mediately undertook to mold the torty-tour remaining play- ers into a group ot competent musicians. Soon, with Millie Del.uca as drum maior, the band became the tamiliar her- ald ot the Flying Dutchman's approach, and demonstrated many intricate maneuvers be- tween the halves ot numerous tootball games. The arrival ot the winter months meant many busy nights tor the band, be- cause basketball season was in tull swing. Part ot the basket- ball team's success should be attributed to the 'tight' songs f- ISO! Charles l-logg, Lynn Long and Paul Zender, who play the sax and double on the licorice stick. Dick Brown, Merle Ruppel and Mike Sluser swing sweet and hot in the trumpet section, and Americus Bruno accompanies with occasional booms on the old bass viol. While Tom Hanna hammers the hides and keeps rhythm in the tamily, Martin Brill and Dave Seesholtz keep the slush pumps well lub- ricated. Hudson Clements pleases the iitterbugs with a high-handed display ot piano playing. played by the band in the midst ot a hectic game. In addition to these notable activities Ken I-li's band marches in various parades, plays tor student as- semblies, and also presents a concert in the spring. Ken Hi is Proud of the Band T. Dorsey Style The OrchesTra lnTerpreTs The Classics 0"lClleSt7Cl A less acTive buT neverTheless ex- Tremely imporTanT musical organizaTion in Ken Hi is The orchestra. This group consisTs oT nineTeen keen- ly inTeresTed sTudenTs wi+h a range oT insTrumenTs including violin, cello, bass viol, piano, clarineT, sax- aphone, TrumpeT, French horn, and drums. Under The able leadership oT Mr. Gregory, opporTuniTy is aTTorded Those who are Truly inTeresTed in music, C . Mixed 67107155 Those organizaTions which have been known Tor The pasT Three years as The Girls' Glee Club and The Boys' Glee Club are no longer separaTe musical groups. Under The guid- Sing ! lT's Good For You ! To Take parT. Those who conTinue To exercise Their musical TalenTs will, undoubTedly, soon be look- ing back To The Time when They TirsT played selec- Tions such as The "Merry Widow WalTz" Trom Their "l.iTTle Symphony Folios." This, oT course, is The orchesTra which plays aT The NaTional Thespian and Senior Class Plays, BaccalaureaTe Service, Class NighT, and CommencemenT. ance oT Mrs. Gregory, direcTress, They uniTed and will henceTorTh be known as The Mixed Chorus. As in oTher organizaTions oT This Type, The member are chosen Trom among Those who Try ouT. The number oT voices has increased Trom ThirTy-Tive To over a hundred. Ken l-li will remember The chorus Tor iTs parTicipa- Tion in boTh senior and junior assembly pro- grams and Tor iTs'early morning pracTices in The gym. STudenTs will also recall wiTh pleas- ure The carol singing in The corridors iusT be- Tore The ChrisTmas va- caTion. The public will probably remember The opereTTa, "Blow Me Down," as The club's chieT conTribuTion Tor The year. All work To- geTher To produce ouT- sTanding TeaTures. T811 'L --:I conalata at tive majon Lxlponta andl la condluctedl B15 coachaa who ana mone lntenz-:Ate-:dl ln cqem-:Qo1pln3 clflanacten in the lvolffla than in winning! qameb Gqfgfafiai FOOTBALL Though Coaches Glock, Dunn, Black and Lenox launched The TooTball season wiTh an excepTionally small number oT experienced Ken l-li players, They Touncl The boys made up wiTh a cerTain "sTick-To-iT" spiriT Tor whaT They lacked in experience. As Coach Black said in assembly, iT was noT so much wheTher The Team won or losT, buT how They played The game. TAYLOR ALLDERDICE A big, green-clad Team came up Trom PiTTsburgh To down a "green" red-clad Team. The visiTors scored all Their Touchdowns on long runs. Ken T-li showed a spark oT oTTensive sTrengTh aT Times, buT never enough To push The ball inTo paydirT. SCOTT The Ken l-li Team was drubbed by a very good ScoTT Team under The lighTs aT NorTh Braddock. The home Team led The Red and Black '27-O aT The end oT The TirsT halT, buT The Kenmen played in ScoTT's TerriTory The resT oT The game. AlThough The Tormer managed To score only one Touchdown, making The score 33-7, The TirsT poinTs oT The year were marked up. SHARON The Glockmen wenT up To play Sharon again under The lighTs. The TirsT halT score was 27 To O in Tavor oT The home Team, buT The Kenmen came back To score a Touchdown. However, a Sharon back goT loose aT The lasT minuTe and made Sharon's share oT The score 40. MONONGAHELA STill conTinuing Their suicide schedule, The Kenmen played hosT To The Big Red and losT The besT game The T938 squad played. Only one Touchdown was scored and ThaT by lvlonongahela iusT aTTer The game opened. The resT oT The game was very even wiTh The Glockmen having a slighT edge. PEABODY Facing The heaviesT Team They Taced all year, The Kenmen held The visiTing Red and Gray unTil The closing minuTes oT The TirsT halT when Peabody players TilTered Through To block Villella's punT and score by power plays. Peabody rallied again in The Third period To make The score I2 To O. T841 MUNHALL Traveling down To HomesTead, The Kenmen Iosr To lvlunhall under The arcs and The second consecuTive game by a I2 To O score. The winners again scored ln The lasT Tew minuTes oT'The closing halT when They unleashed a pack OT scrappy backs who ran The ends well. HAR-BRAC Seeking revenge Tor a long line oT pasT vicTories, The green-clad Tiger soughT ouT The red-clad Flying DuTchmen To down The laTTer under a barrage oT Touchdowns. VViTh The score 40 To O aT The halT, Har-Brac scored Twice more in The Third guarTer To make The score 53 To O. ARNOLD . For The TirsT Time in sevenTeen years an Arnold TooTball Team successTully meT a Ken Hi Team when The BurnT Orange and Blue backs punted, passed and ran like The Four Horsemen oT NoTre Dame. AlThough The Kenmen never quiT TighTing and scored one Touchdown, The Arnold boys boosTed Their score To 26. VANDERGRIFT Traveling up To VandergriTT To complejfe The season, The Glockmen came The closesT To winning. Sokolsky, TerminaTing a Ken Hi march, scored and Villella, caTch- ing a pass, added The exTra marker. BUT The Vans had someThing To say and Their aerial circus made The halTTime score 7 To 6. In The Tinal period lvlusial ran 20 yards To score and Then added The exTra poinT. The Tinal score was VandergriTT I3-Ken Hi 7. VARSITY: ArmsTrong, Baumiller lcapTainl, Boyer, Cook, D. Cypher, E. Cypher, Feola, C. France, George, GuTknechT, Loos, Mikelik, lNlesbiT, Olden, Parker, PaTera, Pawlak, Saylor, Sicilia, SiuTa, Sokolsky, Villella, Wareham, Mclieever lmanagerl, Sample lmanagerl. RESERVES: Arnold, Baldwin, Brown, BulTzo, Davis, France, Golembasky, Gregory, Hayes, Hammond, HuTTman, Hughan, Lesiow, Marin, Miller, MishTal, Namey, Pessol- ano, RoberTs, Robinson, Rodgers, RodiTes, Rywak, Sproull, Taylor, Ward, Zunic, Howells lmanagerl, PeTrone lmanagerl, STillwagon lmanagerl. Passers, PunTers, and Pushers of Pigskin. T 35 l Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken In Acfion They Aim For +he Hoop BASKETBALL SCHEDULE, Ford Ciiy ,,,,,,,,..,, Turlle Creek Swissvale ,Y,,,A.AA... W, Ford Cliy ,7,7...,.... lvionessen ,,Y,,,,, Alumni ,,,,, , ,,7,77,7, 7 SWISSVGIG 7,,,,,77.,,,.7 Springdale ,77,77,..,,, Tarenlum ,,,,Y,,,,7,7,7 Vandergrifl ,,,,,,,,,. 35 Ken 2I Ken 39 Ken 3 I Ken 48 Ken 30 Ken 39 Ken I2 Ken 36 Ken 37 Ken I938- I939 Hi .,7,,L,,7,,. 39 Hi eLeLLe,,.,,, 36 Hi ,LLLLL.,LL., I5 Hi .,,.7,,.,,,. 33 Hi ,LeeeeeeLLL. 52 Hi eeeeeeeeeee, 24 Hi eeeeLee,L,., 59 Hi .,,,,,,.,,,. 4I Hi LLL,LL,,v,,, 4I Hi LeLeLL,,LL,, 25 Freepori 2,,, Turlle Creek Arnold ,o,,.... Har-Brac: ,,,o Vandergrifi Springdale ,, Tarenfum ,,,, Freeporlr ,,,,7. Arnold ,7,.,.,, Har-Brac ,... These Are Sfars Jus+ Coming Up H361 They Show 'Ihe Reserves a Thing or Two VARSITY: J. Armsfrong, E. BaurniIIer, VV. Boyer, E. Cypher, R. Hardy, VV. Pawlak caplrainy C. SoI4oIsIcy, E. WraIoIe, D. Scandrol, manager: G. Rodifes, manager. RESERVE VARSITY: D. Broffman, VV. Farne+h, D. Kenny, G. Lesiow, M. Lobazzo J. Loos, S. Paferra, J. Ploski, J. Robinson, J. SprouII, E. Veslrrand, C. Wagner L. MiIIer, manager: 0. Alex, manager. JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD: P. Bavera, J. Chippeffo, J. Cochran, C. GIOCIQ, M. Green Ioerg, E. Joseph, P. Kurocik, C. Kwake, L. Marino, M. McLaughlin, E. Mur+ha N. RocIi+es, M. GoIcIberg, manager: VV. Breck, manager. VOCATIONAL VARSITY: P. Bello, R. ParneIh, C. Peola, A. Kunrz. J. Lucas, R. Min- nIcIc, W. Ososky, E. Otremloa, E. Sam, A. Shinzowski, E. BIIIcher, manager. The Vocafional Boys Play a Good Game I 87 I PuH'ering Around is Their Business GOLF SCHEDULE, I938 TENNIS SCHEDULE, I938 Ken .,7,,7,, 4 OaIcmonI .,.7,,7,,,,, I I Ken ..,,7.,,,.,,.. Springdale .,7,.-..-- KSN ..,,,,,. .BZ BUIIGI' ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,. 9M Ken --YYYw,-,,AV-- Springdale ,,.,----,, Ken .7,,.s,. Z Turlrle Creek MZ Ken preepod AVVVVi-7V7iV-V Ken ..,,,7,. 3 Wilkinsburg I2 K -"""M-A"-' F ,F Ken w,,,,,77 4 Oakmonr ,,,...,,,,7,,. II ,en """"""A' reepor , """"""' ' Ken ...,.,,, O TurIIe Creek I5 ken """"""" Vandergrwr ""' Ken L,...,7, 3 Wilkinsburq I2 Ken ,YVVVV---V-rVf VGWCIGVQVIII --brr Ken ,7,.,.,, 22 Bufler ,,77,.,,7,,,,,,,.. IZZ - - Ken ,,,.,7., I 5 Vandergrifr O Won LOSI Members of Hue Ieam: A. Belli, M. Gancas, F. Members of Ihe Ieam: L. Dickey, E. Garner F Kedzierski, J. Moran, J. Renock, J. Sproull. Pessolano, J. Srevens, R. Wylie. Here is Service WIII1 a Smile rss Whal' is a Ship Wifhouf a Pilof ? BASEBALL SCHEDULE, I938 CHEERLEADERS Ken Hi VY--7--qV,,VV, 5 Springdale AVVV,,V--,-- 8 The cheerleaders, sponsored by lvlr. Hadden, are K ' --bn H f- - as follows: Eugene Bradley, David Broffman, Mar- en Hl T """ Z Har Brac "" ""'A" 3 arel Cooke, Muriel Dosch, Bill Johnson, Earl Ken H. s F i a Q Y reepor Johnson, Howard Newmeyer, Nora Elizabelh Schall, Members of lhe learn: J. Armslrong, P. Baker J. Goodlel, lvl. Kanaan, E. Lemon, A. Linko, R Loranl, C. Mangini, F. O'Lear,'J. Peligrinelli, H Pelhick, F. Rebar, T. Richardson, E. Rysz, C. Say- lor, M. Shonesky, W. Speck, J. Szuch, R. Rackofl, manager. and Grelchen Van Ameringen. COACHES The coaching slaicl a+ Ken Hi consisls ol: R. A. Arlman, golf: J. L. Black, foolball and baskelballg Alberl Dunn, lioolball and baseball: Carl Glock, loolloall and baskelballg H. C. Hadden, lennisg F. W. Lenox, loolball and baskelballg and lvl. J. Gensbigler, manager of loolball equipmenl. Whaf Breakfasl Food Do They Eal' ? T391 'L Being a few nancqom clfflimljnaea ot Atucflanta in 'Ken Ml, alma to glue l20l,L an ldlea what gosh on inhldla and outalclle .the cflalm noom X W I 92 1 L W W i931 i943 5 VVVEO 2 VIXWZO BAND Director, Mr. Gregory Drum Major, Millie DeLuca Members: E. Aikens, I. Alter, I Alter, I. Alvarez, T. Bevan, M. Brill, R. Brown, A. Bruno, M. Capretto, W. Choltco, I. Clark, H. Clements, H. Cramer, M. DeLuca, E. Fletcher, V. Geiger, N. Grant, T. Hanna, H. Hicks, W. Holt, C. King, C. Kwake, I. Kwake, S. Kwake, L. Long, R. Lusk, I. Malyn, W. Mangini, T. McCunn, E. Mechling, N. Mike, I. Monaco, H. Morrow, S. Pati, I. Perotti, M. Piemme, D. Seesholtz, K. Shaffer, N. G. Slinker, M. Sluser, N. Solomon, I. Summerhill, N. Veltri, M. Weinberg, L. Zaleski, R. Zellefrow, P. Zander. BANK Sponsor, Miss Doherty Bankers: S. Beard, M. Bonidy, E. Drag, I. Glass, T. Nesbit, B. Thomas, G. Trojanoski, W. Yeager. BOARD OF ACTIVITIES President, Mr. Vorlage Secretary, Grace Noden Faculty members: Mr. Chapman Mr. Weaver, Miss Watson, Mr. Vor- lage. Student members: I. Bonidy, B Morse, R. Parks, M. Sabetta, S. Sici- liano, M. M. Skilling. CAMEEATELUB Sponsor, Mr. Hadden Members: M. Adams, L. Akoff, D Bauman, I. Bell, I. Belli, R. Best, M Buckner, C. Bultzo, V. Camp, I. Clem- ents. G- C0lb9rt, P. Constantino, R Crawford, M. L. Croyle, A. Daughen- baugh, M. Debaum, L. Farner, F F9ffYf l- Fleming. E. Fletcher D Flick, I. Frederick, I. Galant. M. Gasl ton,R.G d ,M.G h ,P, N. Gudinfai.,oI1N. cuifheim Grey , N. H k- Comf E- Hallghf. I. Horton. S. Flbr- Zempay M4 Howell. W. Iacabus, G. Iohnson, M. Kabel, I. Kalwarski, W Kieter, E. Kirkwood, W, Leith, M Levo, K. Lewis, M. Lewis, O, Lewis A. S. Luffy, R. Lusk, H. Malvn, R Mangone, T. Martucci, I. Maftz, G McAllister, N. Melucci, D. Miller, F Miller, H. Monaco, R. Myers, E Nagel, M. omg, F. Pahalla, R. Parkl er, M. Pat', H.P ' , ,P' Reihard, RemyIlSFirlgossf1IsI II Rowe. E. Russell, M. R ll, E. ka, G. Scott, D. Seeslllosii, S. stil. liano, A. Skegas, N. Slinker, M. S 'th V. Smith, P. Snyder, M. Straul?1I Stafford, I. Swank, D. Taylor, ,Nz Thompson, N. V lt ', R, V D Walker, E. W93f79I-'T H. Wlighyt, I Willmore, M. Wyke, R. Wylie, B Yeager, I. Yee. COMBTETQGALH CLUB President, Frances Speck Secretary, Rosemary Shipman Treasurer, Millie DeLuca Sponsor, Miss Fink Members: A. Abdo, G. Abraham, E. Andrejeski, M. Anis, E. Ashe, G. Askins, E. Baker, M. Barsham, E. M. Barnes, T. Bartoe, W. Beatty, H. Beuth, M. Bonidy, M. Botzer, F. 1 v v Bracken, H. Buchanan, L. Buchanan, L. Buffone, G. Capsambellis, A. Cara- ben, M. Carneval, C. Carson, B. I. Carvin, M. Castic, M. Chesney. C. Clark, I. Carso, D. Coudriet, C. Croyle, H. Davis, O. Dayoub, M. DeLuca, I. Devine, M. Dorazeo, E. Drag, V. Duncan, I. Fafinski, M. Fer- ence, L. Ferscizzoli, G. Fitzmaurice, V. Gahagan, C. Gatto, P. Gould, M. I. Greco, V. Grey, K. Grillo, D. Had- dad, I. Hanna, M. Haser, K. Hilliard, S. Horzempa, M.Howard, M.Howells, I. Hhabezuk, D. Imm, H. Iacobs, M. Iohnson, R. Iohnson, M. Ioseph, P. Kajut, M. Kapelewski, I. Kaylor, C. Kearney, D. Klingensmith, V. Klingen- smith, F.. Kocatt, E. Koepp, M. Kan- drascindivus, R. Kaperek, L. A. Kottas, O. Kraiewski, I. Kroutz, F. Krieger, M. Leah, V. Lille, B. Lipinski, M. Loehner, A. Lucas, A. McConnell, A. McConnell, R. McConnell, B. Mc- Dade, A. McKinnone, T. McManne, H. Maglicco, P. Magoulis, H. Mantz, V. Maratti, A. M. Mazur, E. Mike. E. Monaca, H. Monaca, L. Moore, I. Moskus, L. Novak, M. O'Dell, G. O'Donnell, A. Olseivec, R. Paletta, F. Pallone, D. Papala, A. Paydo, C. Perriello, C. Petras, G. Pierce, H. Preisser, S. Price, A. Radomska, I. Randomski, I. Reisch, M. Richardson, B. Rippy, N. Robinson, A. Ross, M. Ruppel, A. Rusmock, M. Russell, 2244? 992999 3328-1.255235 Wfggp 93U"5m9, ELFTQU gnpmxsp " .. .L-1 gepapo,-,F-I gm. PD - sw we mmm 22,fff"E' 555252. 28?--mm ' 29-QON rv wr' mm- :nr- QP ':-- 737:-I' f P- ' Fel 'F' Dao gm 5U ,Tim -F1 .- -.- ui . 236 ra' f5?'9w 22209: 5-ffglaalg garage gf-,gags 2.352-V? FEWBPS PJ?5v'?-E?'7Sf'QO!"?"g?UP'l Strenkowski, I. Sunka, D. Sutter, Yeager, M. Zuhier, C. Zeleski. CULINARY ARTS CLUB President, Steve Kwake Secretary, Catherine Hilliard Treasurer, Iohn Davidson Members: I. Bauman, D. Buffing- ton. I. Clark, I. Davidson, C. Hilliard, D. Huffman, D. Kroffe, S. Kwake, G. Lange, G. Lawson, H. Query, V. Soloman. DEBATING CLUB President, Malcolm Parker Secretary, Ieanne Iackson Treasurer, Mary Louise Cassel Sponsor, Miss Owen Members: P. Anderson, W. Bar- cus, L. Clowes, R. Dinsmore, I. Freche, M. Kress, F. Mazza, A. McBride. B. McGarr, E. L. Meenan, R. Rackoff, R. Siciliano, S. Siciliano, G. Wein- berg, M. I. Wolff, R. Zinamon. FRENCH CLUB President, Anne Stevens Vice President, Frank Pessolano Secretary, Betty Iane Weaver Treasurer, Betsy Strouse Sponsor, Miss Patterson Members: M. Alex, V. Bennett, I. Benson, L. A. Brown, D. Dinsmore, K. Ditty, R. Geer, N. Grant, L. Had- dad, D. Hartman, D. Holtzhauer, H. Hrosko, M. Iacobs, A. Iohnston, P. Long, I. Marks, D. Miller, M. Miller, I. Monaco, C. Nevins, I. Parke, F. Pessolano, B. Phillips, A. Petrey, F. Rackoff, R. Rackoff, G. Remy, A. Rider, R. Robinson, G. Rodites, D. Rudolph, H. Skegas. A. Stevens, I. Stevens, S. L. Snyder, B. Strouse, H. Truby, I. Vaughan, B. I. Weaver, D. Weaver, L. Weaver, G. Weinberg, A. Zaff, R. Zinnamon. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB President, Faye Swaney Vice President, Mary Louise Clark Secretary, Vera Isaak Treasurer, Annabelle Weston Sponsor, Miss Lyon Members: R. Baksis, C. Blasczak, D. Callahan, H. Choltco, M. L. Clark, P. Fowler, R. Fowler, V. Isaac, L. King, E. Mazotta, B. I. McCollim, P. Mclntyre, M. Mislenski, R. Nawakta, H. Neff, I. Rhodes, L. Rutkowski, E. Shaheen, B. L. Shook, I. Simon, B. Skupenski, F. Swaney, M. Terwilliger, I. Walker, A. Weston, I. White, B. Zippler. IUNIOR PATROL Members: I. Abed, W. Cherom. H. Harrington, E. Kerr, I. Kerr, E. Kocott, T. McMann, I. Migliorisi, I. Milisits, H. Pennington, R. Tietworth. KENSYLVANIANS Director, Mr. Gregory Members: M. Brill, R. Brown, A. Bruno, H. Clements, T. Hanna, C. Hoag, L. Long, M. Puppel, D. Sees- holtz, M. Sluser, P. Zender. KENTONIAN Editor-in-Chief, Sam Conner Associate Editor, Betty McGarr Business Manager, George Esa Circulation Manager, Donald Iustham Sponsors: Miss Russell, Miss Frech Staff: G. Abraham, D. Bates, A. Bettor, K. Booth, R. Clark, S. Connor, I. Boar, A. Enrich, G. Esa, L. Estep, H. Fassett, N. Finch, M. Fitzgerald, Q. Geer, I. George, B. L. Glock, K. Grillo, I. Quiney, M. Ioseph, D. Iust- ham, L. Kottas, M. Krushin, W. Mazur, F. Mazza, A. McBride, B. Mc- Garr, E. McKeever, F. Miller, I. Mur- ray, C. Nevins, M. Parker, R. Sample, P. Shaffer, R. Shipman, S. Siciliano, H. Sparks, F. Speck, D. Tom, B. Truax, R. Vogt, S. Wagle, H. Wea- ver, B. Young. LATIN CLUB President, Lee Koontz Vice President, Thelma Marshall Secretary, Louella Iane McConnaughy Treasurer, Iames Walker Sponsors Miss Hawk, Miss Rorabaugh Members: C. Baish, L. Bowman, R. Cable, B. I. Chapman, M. L. Croyle, M. Goldberg, A. Hartge, R. Hayes, R. Holmes, D. Holtzhauer, I. Horton, M I. Howell, L. A. Howell, . Iacobs, P. Iohnson, I. Kalwarski, L. Koontz, B. Kukulski, R. Lebowitz, H. List, A. in 512 01 cmizafiolza S. Luffy, L. Makowski, T. Marshall L. I. McConnaughy, E. L. Meenan R. Melucci, D. Milko, D. L. Miller I. Miller, T. Mishtal, S. O'Trembra C. Piper, F. Puhalla, N. Thompson W. Valentine. S. I. Wagle, I. Walker H. Westerman, M. Wyke. LEADERS CLUB President, Millie DeLuca Vice President, Florence Bracken Secretary, Martha Fitzgerald Treasurer, Clara Kearney Sponsors: Miss Davis, Mrs. Glanz Members: I. Abraham, M. Abra- ham, M. Anis, H. Beuth, I. Bloom, M Botzer, M. C. Braden. M. Camp, G Campbell, M. Chesney, O. Dayoub M. DeLuca. D. Edwards, M. Fritz- gerald, I. Fleming, I. George, N. I Gray, I. Hanna, N. Harkcom, M Ioseph, C. Kearney, L. Knarr, H Koleva, M. Luffy, T. Marshall, I Martz, H. Mayfield, M. McMahan M. Orris, R. Parker, C. Perriello, I Radomska, M. Redmond, I. Reisch, A. Ross, H. Rygiel, M. Sabetta, B Scholze, O. Sert, R. Shamey, P. Shields, R. Shipman, M. E. Smith, M Shrum. E. Shulick, H. Skegas, M. Sny- der, S. Suzio, H. Thomas, D. Tim- mins, E. White, R. Woolslaver, I. Yee, K. Zaleski. ' Lrriziiff CLUB Chancellor, Sara Iane Wagle Scribe, Marie Heasley Sec'y of Exchequer, Iane Vaughan Sponsor, Miss Davis Members: L. A. Brown, M. L. Cas- sel, D. Dinsmore, D. Haddad, M Heasley, Y. Honick, I. Howell, M Melucci, I. Vaughan, S. I. Wagle. I Yoder. MIXED CHORUS Directress, Miss Gregory Accompanist, Marie Sabetta Members F Abraham E Am, : . , . k' I. Alter, I. Alter, M. Bates, I. Barnes V. Bennett, A. Berardoni, A. Bettor: A. Bittcher, R. Bleir, I. Bloom, R. Boll- man, R. Bowser, W. Bowser, F Bracken, M. Brill, F. Campbell, G Caperella, M. Capsembelis, I. Caruso G. Cavender, R. Chorba, M. Claw- son, H. Clements, L. Clowes, M. A Connor, W. Connor, F. Constantino Constantino F DeS1mone ' De I. ' , . ' ,I. - Vine, M. Dosch, D. Edwards, D Evans, C. Everhart, I. Farmery, I Feroce, M. Fitzgerald, I. Flynn, C Foy, F. Frampton, B. Frick, I. Fulton R. Geiger, V. Geiger, A. Glatnis, Graham, I. Gregory, N. Gudinas, W. Guenther, M. Guinn, T. Hanna, R. Hindman, I. Howell, M. Howells S Horzempa, T. Hughes, M. Iacobs, I. Iohaskey, D. Iohnson, A. Iohnston, G. Iohnston, C. Ioswig, E. Kelly, E. Kline, L. Kottas, P. Kreiger, M. Kub- iak, S. Kwake, R. Livario, R. Lloyd L. Long, D. Malyn, C. Mancuso, L I. Marr, T. McMann, D. Merryman D. L. Miller, H. Miller, I. Monaco, A K. Murtha, R. Myers, 1. Neff, F. Pall- one, S. Pati, I. Pessolano, I. Phillips G. Pierce, S. Price, R. Rackoif, B Redfern, G. Roethele, R. Russell, M. Sabetta, B. Scholze, G. Scott, P. Shields, R. Shipman, A. Skimba, B. Skupenski, I. Smith, L. Sobecki, L. Solbes, R. Solomon, F. Soroko, G. Spicer, A. Stevens, S. Stockdale, W. Stresky, B. Strouse, V. Sutter, I. Vaughn, R. Vandervort, C. Wagner, R. Walker, B. I. Weaver, D. Weaver, A. York, L. Young, A. Zaff. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FIRST SEMESTER President, Paul Iones Vice President, Richard Sutter Secretary, Sarabyrle Beard Treasurer, Miss Hawk Sponsor, Miss Russell SECOND SEMESTER President, William Hall Vice President, Harold Weaver Secretary, Lois Clowes Treasurer, Miss Hawk Sponsor, Miss Russell Members: A. Alex, P. Anderson, S. Beard, E. Bloom, L. Bowman, N. G. Brisbin, H. Burford, M. L. Cassel, M. Chesney, R. Christy, L. Clowes, S. Connor, M. Cooke, E. Drag, R. Faulk, M. Fitzgerald, W. Garlow, W. Hall, M. Heasley, M. Iohnson, P. Iones, L. Kottas, I. Kratz, B. Leese, T. Marshall, H. Matthews, L. I. Mc- Connaughy, R. Melucci, G. Noden, M. Parker. B. Pethick, R. Redetzki, D. Reihard, I. Reisch, A. Rider, M. Sa- betta, M. Shrum. I. Stevens, R. Sut- ter, L. Swanson, V. Swiner, I. Turiak, H. Weaver, H. Wiant, R. Yengling. B. Young. NATIONAL THESPIANS Troupe 14 President, Richard Sutter Vice President, Margaret Cooke Secretary, Raymond Rackoff Treasurer, William Akers Temporary Treas., Mary Ellen Linney Sponsor, Miss Fiscus Members: I. Bloom, I. Broffman, M. Cooke, I. Doar, M. Guinn, E. Heckman, P. Iones, M. E. Linney, L. Marr, T. Martucci, B. Morse, R. Rackoff, S. L. Snyder, R. Sutter, L. Swanson, D. Weaver. Dramatic Club Members: W. Akers, P. Anderson, V. Bennett, E. Bittcher, K. Braden, E. Bradley, M. Brill, B. Chapman, R. Clark, G. Colbert, S. Conner, L. Edelson, B. Frick, I. George, W. Hall, D. Hartman, M. I. Henry, R. M. Kane, I. Lucas, R. Mc- Donald, R. Minick, H. Newmeyer, F. Rackoff, A. Stevens, W. Stresky, N. Thompson, B. Young. ORCHESTRA Director, Mr. Gregory Members: A. Alex, A. Baldi, R. Brown, R. Delasin, M. Edwards, R. Fitzmaurice, R. Geiger, T. Hanna, S. Horzempa, D. Iack, C. Kwake, H. List, L. Long, I. McClaren, E. Mech- ling, H. Monaco, M. Sabetta, T. Shores. RADIO CLUB President, Clarence Foy Vice President, Donald Robinson Treasurer, Ioseph Veltri Sponsor, Mr. Sisley Members: C. Foy, R. Lusk. E Mechling, D. Merriman, D. Robin- son, F. Ross, A. Thomey, P. Toomey, R. Traux, Veltri, N. Venger, R. Walker. STAMP CLUB President, Herbert Malyn Vice President, William Toomey Secretary, Louise Bowman Treasurer, Robert McDonald Sponsor, Mr. Gantz Members: M. Alex, M. Barham, L Bowman, M. Cohen, W. Gox, N Finch, M. Goldberg, V. Hartman, M Kabel, H. Malyn, R. McDonald, W Mazur, T. McCunn, H. Miller, K Miller, M. Miller, R. Miller, I. Mor- gan, W. Myers, A. Opinsky, B. Peth- ick, D. Seesholtz, M. Steffen, W Toomey. R. Veltri, M. Weinburg, R Wylie. Pfriii-fix? FIRST SEMESTER President, Mary Ellen Linney Vice President, Sarabyrle Beard Secretary, Margaret Cooke Treasurer, Wanda Mazur Sponsor, Miss Doherty SECOND SEMESTER President, Sara Louise Snyder Vice President, Betty Morse Secretary, La Vera Swanson Treasurer, Betty Hoskin Sponsor, Miss Doherty Members: P. Anderson, D. Bates S. Beard, V. Bennett, M. Bonidy, L Bowman, N. G. Brisbin, M. L. Cas- sel, L. Clowes, M. Cooke, E. Cromer D. Dinsmore, E. Drag, D. Edwards N. Finch, M. Fitzgerwld. l. Glass, M Guinn, I. Harker, D. Hartman, M Heasley, M. I. Henry, B. Hoskin, M Iackson, P. Iohnson, A. Iohnson, R M. Kane, M. E. Linney, M. McAn- inch, L. I. Marr, W. Mazur, E. I.. Meenan, F. L. Miller, B. Morse, C Nevins, G. Noden, A. Rider, M. I Rowe, M. Sabetta, S. L. Snyder, C Spakowski, A. Stevens, B. Strouse, L Swanson, B. Thomas, B. I. Weaver D. Weaver, M. I. Wolff, R. Yeng- ling, B. Young. VARSITY CLUB President, Ed Baumiller Vice President, Iames Wareham Sponsor, Mr. Lenox Members: I. Armstrong, E. Bau- miller, W. Boyer, I. Broffman, I. Cook D. Cypher, E. Cypher, C. Feola, C France, E. Garner, C. George, E Gutknecht, R. Hardy, R. Hayes, F Kedzerski, F. Lemon, I. Loos, C. Mike- lik, T. Nesbit, H. Olden, M. Parker W. Pawlak, F. Pessolano, S. Petarra H. Pethick, R. Rackoff, F. Rebar, C Saylor, M. Sicilia, A. Siuta, C. Sokol- sky, I. Sroull, Stevens, B. Villella I. Wareham, R. Wiley, E. Wrable. 4 PERR BROTHERS We Sell Nationally Known Merchandise Only A Monroe Clothes - Arrow Shirts - Mallory Hats Interwoven Hose - Arrow Underwear - Shirtcraft Pajamas LOGAN BANK BUILDING MILLER BROTHERS Shoes Hosiery 908 FIFTH AVENUE New Kensington's Largest Shoe Store Kensington Sport Shop Sporting Goods and Sports Wear 422 Ninth Street Compliments of JACOBUS BAKERY Fourth Avenue New Kensington A Store of Values "Where the Valley Shops and Saves" J. C. PENNEY CO. New Kensington ALEX SLOAN Clothing Furnishings 'A Young Man's Store for Young Men" Maude Richards Beauty Salon Specializing in Permanent Waving and Hair Styling 975 4th Avenue New Kensington 1201 Taylor Avenue Phone 1218 ,f n W. R. GoTT si' Arnold, Pa. ' ' Westinghouse Refrigerators ZINNAMON'S Credit Jewelers 972 Fifth Avenue NEW KENSINGTON, PA. Easy Electric Washers Hoover Cleaners Philco Radios LlNDSAY'S-Since 1920 Specializing in Household Appliances 736 Fifth Avenue Telephone 836-I New Kensington Typewriter Company Established 1927 Typewriters, School Supplies Malyn Brothers Angel and Cervone, Successors 1014 Fifth Egjgerigeting Cardsphone 1665 1042 Fifth ave. New Kensington, Pa. Ph 585 ' ' P one , William E. Raught Garson S "RENEW-ALL" Smart W93,F1Hg' Apparel Dry Cleaning - Dyeing H Pressing 864-866 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. NEW KENSINGTON, PA- 847 Fourth Avenue Phone 321 g O. Compliments United Cleanin C WAlNWRIGHT'S 419 T h S Ph 315 936 Fourth Ave. New Kensington, Pa. ent treat one H. M. YINGLING Certified Odorless Cleaning Compliments of Rorabaugh Electric 324 Tenth Street NEW KENSINGTON, PA. Compliments of Meadow Gold Dairy Inc. Q Call N. K. 963-964 Phone 474 JOSEPH LAMENDOLA Quality Groceries Fruits and Produce 801 Fourth Ave. New Kensington, Pa. OMER MILLER Hair Stylist Phone 1854 908 STANTON AVENUE George Brothers 85 Co. Florists Next to the Liberty Compliments of Keller Electric Co. 748 FIFTH AVENUE Compliments of Silvermarfs Drug Store Main and Fourth Street New Kensington, Pa. GEORGE RICHARDS Service Station "Our Lubrications Must Satisfy" 11th Street and Barnes Street NEW KENSINGTON. PA. 1 9 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SUPPLIES and NORGE PRODUCTS COOPER BROTHERS "Dispensers of Happiness" The "FASHION FIRST" Store SILVERMAN'S New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of Watson and Lasher Real Estate and Insurance 849 FOURTH AVENUE Compliments of Star Market 918 Fifth Avenue NEW KENSINGTON, PA. ' 1' Compliments of American Di ink Shop BUDDY LEE The Home of Better AND Hamburgers Sz Plate Lunches HIS ORCHESTRA 329 Tenth street Phone 9400 e 98 New Kensington Phone 1756 A NEW MODERN PLANT STORIVFS Buy KEYSTONE HOSIERY SHOPPE PRODUCTS For Gift Items For Refreshment Visit Our Dairy Stores KEYSTONE DAIRY Locally Owned and Operated Compliments of Ridge Market Frank Koperek, Prop. Hosiery - Gloves - Purses Compacts - Lingerie ' Pajamas 945 Fifth Avenue NEW KENSINGTON, PA. The Vanity Beauty Shop Hair Styling a Specialty 721 Kimball Avenue Phone 487 108 Copeland Bldg. Phone 2624-I KENNY'S TOG SI-IOP The House of Smart Haberdashery 912 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. Phone 1931 iiool Compliments of H. A. KLINGENSMITH KL SONS Hardware QROWNS Credit Jewelers and THE TRESS Qpticjans PRINTING SERVICE . E Use Your Cred1t UNION PRINTERS A 912 Stanton Avenue Phone 1696 940 Fourth Avenue Phone 3100 NEW KENSINGTON New Kensington, Pa. LOGAN LUIVIBER COMPANY New Kensington Tarentum Phone 640 Phone 24 The Lumber Store of the Valley ELWOOD'S For Plumbing-Heating-Supplies 722 FIFTH AVENUE New Kensington, Pa. M. J. Steiner "Say It With Flowers" 874 Fifth Avenue Phone 70-I NEW KENSINGTON, PA. Dr' Trultt Compliments of Denust Phillip's Beauty Salon 873 Fifth Avenue Phone 290 Shorall's Tea Room Where all good fellows meet. For Home-made Ice Cream Lunches and Candy Compliments of Andy's Restaurant A. A. Datres, Prop. 302 NINTH STREET I 101 l IHRICRS . H U H Congratulations For Good Things to Eat Service at Your Door, CENTRAL Th ' Wh O F1 f als at ur get 0 DRUG sToREs Trucks are For. Phone 750 NEW KENSINGTON, PA. New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of TURNER BOOK STORE FIFTH AVENUE New Kensington 35,000 People Read The New Kensington Daily Dispatch Allegheny Valley's Greatest Newspaper JOHNSTON Hardware Company Pittsburgh Paints Heating Sheet Metal Work Coal Stokers 1034 Fifth Avenue NEVV KENSINGTON, PA. New Ken Pharmacy 448 Ridge Avenue, at Locust Prescription Service Cosmetics -- Sundries 35.00 by Carrier - 56.00 by Mail phone 9409 ,H We Deliver SINCE 1893 HAMILTON 85 ALTER 1 S GRAIN FEED HAS MEANT . GOOD FURNITURE Blue Ribbon Flour in 336 Main Street Phone 67 New Kensington, Pa. NEW KENSINGTON, PA. l102I Suggestions for a Successf 1. Graduation from high scho 2. Secretarial Science or Adv in our school. 3. Our assistance in finding a ul Business Career: ol. anced Accounting Course good position. NEW KENSINGTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 859 Fifth Avenue Phone N. K. 434 BLOSER'S Since 1873 Jewelers and Optometrists Best of Luck to the Class of '39 Mayor Dick M. Reeser Official Jewelers to Ken High Jerome Motor Graduation Cadillac 960 FOURTH AVENUE V La Salle Corner Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue Frank Monaco Clover Farm Stores We Specialize In Meat and Fresh Vegetables also in Bird's Eye Frozen Foods Compliments of Parnassus News 359 Main Street Phone 1045-W Herman Auto Electric Co. Phone N. K. 211 506 EIGHTH STREET Open Evenings Vestments for Choir and Pulpit The C. E. Ward Co. New London. Ohio Graduation Caps and Gowns, Band Uniforms, Gowns for School Choirs and Glee Clubs WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGS Compliments of Heckman and Sons Adolph's Beautiful Shoes and Grocery Hosiery at Moderate Prices 1828 Freeport Road Phone 3388 876-78 Fifth Ave New Kensington, Pa. Chrysler Plymouth LEVO MOTOR COMPANY 851 Third Avenue New Kensington, Pa. Phone 741 11031 A Distinctive School Specialists in Secretarial Training THE PINKERTON SCHOOL Enrollment open to Young VVomen of Upper Third Ranking Only Summer Sessionyluly 5 to August l2 Fall Term-September ll Professional Building, 429 Penn Avenue Atlantic 0414 t EWFIELD COAL UNION COLLERIES' COMPANY "Operators of the most modern cleaning plant in the state" For prompt, courteous service phone your local Newfield Dealer or Oakmont 1300 THE MODERN STUDIO lformerly Zalfsl EXCLUSIVE PORTRAITURE Weddings - Home Portraits - Commercial 817 Fifth Avenue Phone 1832 l104l GREETINGS and BEST WISHES to the GRADUATES from Local No. 602, General Electric Workers' Union Q5W,i,uAn1oa4Z4,674, Q S9 'Z E 3 E 5 'Q Z ww A Compliments to the Students of the New Kensington High School from SPRING and FOUNDRY WORKERS' UNION Local No. 1323 Affiliate of the Steel Workers' Organizing Committee C. I. O. Compliments of LOCAL UNION 1993 U. M. W. A. RENTON, PENNSYLVANIA Compliments of HARMARVILLE LOCAL No. 4426 United Mine Workers of America H051 Compliments of INTERNATIONAL UNION ALUMINUM WORKERS OF AMERICA Affiliated with the Congress of Industrial Organization E IXSIEHP INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Rooms 209-210 Shepard Building New Kensington, Pa. We Extend Greetings to the Graduating Class of 1939 "IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH" INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD President Vice President Sec'y-Treas. N. A. ZONARICH W. B. GRAVATT G. E. HOBAUGH John F. Haser Leonard Brink Harry D. Williams C. E. Earnhardt Victor Solberg Fred A. Wetmore William H. Black W. J. Ferguson lioel Compliments of Federation of Flat Glass Workers of America Arnold Local, No. 17 Arnold, Pennsylvania "United We Stand-Divided We Fall" l1071 Compliments from ALLEGHENY VALLEY INDUSTRIAL LABOR COUNCIL The Road to Better Life for Future America I I Compliments of Local No. 2 Affiliated With International Union Aluminum Workers of America C. I. O. Affiliate Office, 526 Sew' Wop ,L V f O, G' AME?-X HACHIEVEIVIENT THR OUGH UNITY" ATTEND OUR EDUCATIONAL CLASSES Every Monday Night at 8:00 p. m. OUR OPEN FORUMS Every Sunday Night at 8:00 p. m. OUR TALK ING PICTURE SHOWS Every Other Tuesday Night. Ninth Street New Kensington, Pa. l109l Compliments of U. R. SL VV. E. of A. Local No. 134 New Kensington, Pa. "United We Stand, Divided We Fall"-Lincoln Congratulations Junior Barbers' International Union of America Local No. 266 "In Union There Is Strength Congratulations American Federation of Teachers Arnold-New Kensington Local, No. 548 Democracy in Education Education for Democracy Mrs. Conley's HQME MADE Compliments of CANDIESFM h R. J. sinciair a son fQaS,5Y S Robert Kaiser, Distributor Cheswick, Pa. Contractors and Builders I1101 COMPLIMENTS OF COLAO STUDIOS 5519 WALNUT STREET iShadysideJ PITTSBURGH, PA. Q? C! , 4 TALEOKEN PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR 1939 lllll L. G. Balfour Company ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS Foremost in the Manufacture of Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas-Personal Cards Cups-Medals-Trophies Jeweler to the Senior Class of New Kensington High School. Representative-BLOSER'S 960 Fourth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. l1121 i


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