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

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'Z' 7nQ4,y,.,,.,Z-0,2 L17 f, VX ss, x 'Qu Q ENGRAVINGS: Jahn 66 Ollier Engraving Co., Chicago, Illinois PRINTING: The Eagle Printery, Butler, Pennsylvania PHOTOGRAPHY: Colao Studios, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania COVERS: Kingscraft Covers, Kingsport, Tennessee .1 f A ff- w e '-SIX A V ',,lJyx'tHC V P. ew, IQQ1?1singtof1 Higl1'. Siglioolq engor - Class 5 Xl ML :ALJ .ee-:a.:1if:v.i,s -, nas.sniff:-exaause-music-.wsmaafmmaeeqa-:alertsnfs., ' ivy f ll 5 Giiikixx g g Qfff RQ, fi iff J ,,., J W ,, l N- 05:57 'dll' X U 1 e icafion The horrors of the war are over. Victory has been achieved and we of the class of 1946, unlike the six classes before us, are gradu- ating into a worlcl at peace. The six war years have left many pic- tures in our minds. We remember the air-raicl clrills, the scrap col- lections, the war stamp drives. More vividly we remembr our classmates and our friends leaving for the services. The empty chairs and the scarcity of boys are still fresh in our memory, but today victory has altered the scene. 'vm' "" ' M"""" "'2:7:.'m::::2.1Ti?7f.mtt1:f5fJT'?f"""f5"t""'tt'''W"1T:T::':4im3::':sES:tr11:F5,zr2'.'iz5",'aTw':.'azf17T'vw' W' N I A f 5 R335 'NW li , The scrap drives are history, the hells mark only the end of classes, and, most important, our men are returning. They have traded K rations for P. G. books and have renewed old friend- ships. Ir is to them, our returned veterans, and especially to the memory of those who will never return, that this book is dedicated, for it is only through them and ten million like them that we can have a Taleoken and a Ken-I-li. Perhaps this book will convey a little of the thanks in our hearts. No book could express it all. l 4 e Gonfenfs INTRODUCTION AND THEME BOARD OF EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CLASSES Semors umors Sophomores Freshmen ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS Pages 12 21 22 45 46 53 62 67 68 85 86 98 ADVERTISEMENTS 99 112 Tab! of I believe in honest work, in generous comradeship, in the cour- age of high convictions. I believe in the inspiration that comes from contact with all that is truest and best, in books, in people, in life. I believe in loyalty to our high school, the fostering mother of these ideals, and I pleclge her my allegiance in all her undertakings, in all that will make her a stronger and better school. y 1 .H if X938- ul helieve in the inspiration that comes irom We believe that every student should find a worthwhile ideal in the creed of Ken Hi. The class of '46 has exemplified the ideal of honest work as evidenced by the high scholastic achievements of many members, by its excellent record in the sale of war bonds and stamps, and by hours of after school work in extra curricular fields. School organizations and clubs have provided a means of promoting gen- erous companionship and lasting friendship. Witlu saddened hearts the class of '46 remembers the service flag with its gold stars. a mute reminder of those who, with the courage of high convictions, gave their lives. Contact with all that is truest ancl best in 1300145 believe in the inspiration that comes from Contact Each of us has been inspired by some part of his school life. There are those who, finding their individual "land of enchantmentv in science or mathematics, plan to go further in those fields. Music and drama imbue others with vigor and enthusiasm. The beauties of literature and art have definitely cast a potent spell upon some students. Ken Hi has given those who found the certain something in which he excels a chance to present it. Ken Hi students have learned that the library is a storehouse of journeys and adventures, friends and foes. For the price of only one library permit, one can be immediately transported from a dull, humdrum school routine to the scenes of Sherwood Forest or King Arthur,s Court. multi if GSL -cijii a am: M with an that is truest and Lest in people an 1 J Nuff X 4- a '. r-.QQ-'x R W JM ? ggi QM I1 X I rf K Y f IU K y , 4 X I I 5 x r 1' 4 x - 1 x x X f X X. 1 X Q Q 1 hd! ,ff 1 0 111' X of 22 R z O L " S o w N J Left to right: Mr. McKean, Mr. Blackburn, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Fisher, Miss Mazur, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Wolf, lVlr. Daughenbaugh, Mr. Churchill, Dr. Chapman. The Board ol Education The class of 1946 of New Kensington High School wishes to acknowledge a debt of gratitude to the Board of Education. All too often the services of this group go unrecognized and unappreciated by many of those whom they serve. We, who have attended New Kensington schools for 12 years, realize how much we owe to the citizens of New Kensington and to these men in particular who are the elected representatives of the voters. Realizing the importance of education in solving the perplexing problems of our post-war world, they plan for our schools comprehensive programs designed to provide opportunities for boys and girls to become the best possible citizens of tomorrow. Not only do members attend regular school board meetings, but they assure us of their interest by their presence at games, plays, assemblies, and banquets. Members of the group include Mr. Charles Vaughan Jr., president, Mr. H. V. Churchill, vice-presidentg Mr. Howard Stewart, treasurer, Mr. E. H. Black- burn, Mr. A. F. Daughenbaugh, Mr. Cecil V. Fisher, and Mr. H. L. Wolf. Miss Veronica Mazur is secretary of the board and Mr. F. W. McKean, solicitor. Dr. E. T. Chapman is superintendent of all schools in New Kensington School District. Dr. Cliaprnan Superintencienjlpx ol Scliools Vx MAY' 'ji is A We have won the? yffgi"'joverwhe'l1ifHiPQg,ly. It was total war and was won by the gallaiiifiziiyfg of our brave lmgenlin the armed services sustained and encolgiiged by our uniteclK1Q:ifArt at home. Now, we are engaged in seeking a nd lasting peace. It N if ' '-.xzj is even more importa-xiigffhat we make tluisia 1: tal effort. Peace must be waged. Ir requiresiciiiriiucliviclualf andwfunited effort. Lasting peace must be based onwjusgiifeuwancl fairness to ourselves and to all peoples, if ,4,,,, ff ii,' K ELT. CHAPMAN i Superintendent of Schools. Mr. H. B. Weaver Principal oi the High School Victory has come and Ken Higlaliszgoingxffoiiyvard in this same spirit. During the war boys left school in their year service. Now the boys are coming back home, laying asiclelvtlikiif uniforms, anc:lXiX:eRXepgtering high school to com. plete their high school ecluclngifoif. Young men iifllf-service have been writing home to their friencls ancl te lirlgxthem the value aticlygnenefits of a high school education to the boy in servic UNIL this has creatiffifffgreater interest in a high school education than in any prgfigmupxyear. Reiadgglbfs come ancl I'm sure that the members of this class of 1932 realize theiyifgremfortunate and that this year is a good time for them to get placecqliaii I hope you will continue your training ancl education so that you mhazyhave miizclqggghappiness in the days to come. H. B. WEAVER Principal of the High School. MISS BOUCHER Dean of Girls if Q3 A WD' rx ax ,eu f' M' S-.,.:' MR. MILLER Principal of Vocational School fx .X W 2 if ,O , ,, Iva" ai xx 2' f , l N 1 1 xjxf X i., 4Gl Vwj A ,e. .r Mx 1 pda, ,s xii., , N, .. xx I Ng , , 1 .,.- .fl 5 P V' Q f, xg , 5 2 V, b- V if RM' X N 1 ' Af' is 7 ,' ,I QM! K ,M -QQ mfr NV MR. JOHNSON Supervisor of Elementary Grades MR. SISLEY Principal of Junior High School Taculfxl HAZEL ARMSTRONG JOHN BATISTE Civics Bookkeeping M. A. BAUGHMAN L. BLACK History Mathematics, Economics WILMA BRANTHOOVER T. A. BURNETT I History, Geography, English History CATHARINE CASILLO LOUISE C. KUHN , AQ Shorthand Sewing CQ 5 MARTHA B. CROUSE DOROTHY D. CRUMLEY QIL. Cb 'XQ English School Nurse V V Q3 DOROTHY EIGES FLORENCE EWING Q13 ' History, Guidance Library R ONALD FLETCHER M. P. FRAZIER EKG Mechanical Drawing, Patternmaking X If Mathematics 1:45 A. GIBSON CARL GLOCK :CDN N ,ff History, Science Health, Physical Education C:39x'eS:x,9,'Ei':y Athletic Director MARY GOSETTI RUTH GRIESEMER English, Spanish English, Library IRENE HAWK DOROTHY HARTER Latin Mathematics CHARLES A. HEYMERS SARAH B. HIGGS Machine Shop Typing, Guidance ROSE HORNER WILLIAM JEFFERSON Mathematics, History Science HAYDN P. JULIUS JOHN L. KEISER Drafting Commercial Education RUTH I. KENNEDY CHARLOTTE KIDNEY School Nurse English ALICE C. KLINKE MARY JANE KURTZ English, Dramatics Secretary GENESA LONG LYDIA MANNING Commercial Education Secretary 19 QC ,425 an Q, 05 is , Q40 Q51 N-3.0 Qld uv ji! 'ga-,Q fiff Daw C7 . czculf f f JANET MATHISON JOHN MATISKO Biology Biology, Agriculture VERONICA MAZUR MATI-IILDA MILAUSKAS Secretary to School District Secretary WALTER MOONEY JESSIE B. MOORE Plane Geometry, Guidance Social Studies FRANK G. OLIVER SADIE I. OWEN Band and Orchestra English WILLIAM R. OWENS ROSEMARIE PASCARETTA Distributive Education Health, Physical Education if LA RUE PATTERSON MARY VIOLA PHILLIPS V- French, English Geography ROSEMARY R. RIEKE O. REMY Commercial Geography Machine Shop Practice ' ALICE RORABAUGH MARTHA E. RUSSELL Latin, Spanish English 20 JOSEPHINE SEATON EDWARD W. SIEGFRIED Art Electricity KENNETH W. SLOSKY MARGARET M. STUCHELL History Foods JANE TAYLOR HELEN TERWILLIGER English English AGNES TIMMINS FRED UPTON Secretary Related Drafting, Theory ETHEL S. VORLAGE W. L. VORLAGE Commercial Geography Commercial Education MARIE WALKER C. H. WALTER Mathematics Science R. E. WARNER HELEN S. WINGER Mathematics Science Commercial Education EMOGENE WHITACRE FRANCES ZINE RESH Choral Director Secretary CNot Picturedj P. L. MAXWELL DARIS PHILLIPS Chemistry Health C. M. KORDES Commercial Education 21 aculf l . X. ,..-' 'F X 4 'X hav M 'll -11 E 3 E W 5 w E 5 ba Q F Ei I 1 55 M E G QSSZS 7235 f V Q fry 4' X X -, N X, -QQFQX fu, x J 1 9' K XX f-Q , 3- ' I r "Q 1 X 'V E-. X 1: .J gl N Q X X 'f x ""-,NL-W Q 1 M 00 N x mffm . 1 XX xl! Q QQ sv Q7 . RQ 5 . Q N Q0 ' hir 5 XX Af 0 ll 141.0 nj 4 jQ.?6 WWW, SENIOR OFFICERS Seated: James Valentine, Treasurer, Robert Edwards, Vice-president. Joseph Veltri, President, james Cooper Secretary. Standing: Mrs. Klinke, Mr. Mooney, Sponsors. enior ass of We were bewildered in 1942, bewildered because we were in a new environment, high school. No longer were we members of a num- bered grade but now we had a class name- we were freshmen. For some, being a fresh- man meant a new building, new teachers. For all it meant a new idea of school, choosing our courses and being treated like young men and women. The bewilclerment finally wore off, however, and we were just getting used to Ken High when our sophomoreyear arrived. With it came a horde of new faces, for Parnassus sophomores were joining us. At first the old feuds arose but most of them disappeared by the time our basketball team was' in the W. P. I. A. L. playoffs at Pitt Stadium. Those games were still being talked about in Septem- ber when we rose to the status of juniors. Stewart School juniors joined us and our junior year started with a bang when Vocational School won three of the class offices. Every- thing ran smoothly and soon candy bars were luring money into the class treasury. We spent that money on the most spectacular social event of our career, the Prom. It will be a long time before any of us forget the garden- like decorations in the gym. The summer of the prom was illed with momentous events but it .was in September that we got a shock. We were seniors. It seemed incredible that only nine more months of Ken-High remained. Slowly, what being a senior meant dawned on us. We struggled through the traditional maze of pictures, name cards, rings, announcements, speakers and tests. The football season flew past and basketball seemed barely started when we saw our pals turn actor in "Junior Miss." The madhouse of Class Day and the exclu- siveness of the Senior Private pounded by and before we knew it the day had come-the last day, Taleoken day, Prom day in all its glory. With graduation a mere two weeks ahead we realized what those four years had meant to us. We realized, too, that we would never forget them. JEAN BAKER-Taleoken, N. H. S .... Classical . . . pleasant personality . . . likes Virgil, informality of small classes . . . remembers the Prom . . . hobby, collecting shoes. MARY PAULINE BAKER-Wants to join Waves . . . Home Economics Club . . . listens with pleasure to Hoor talks in English. DOROTHY BALCH-Embarrassed by memory of losing shoe enroute to 401 . . . Commercial Club and Leaclerys Club . . . shorthand. GLORIA BARHAM-Distributive Education . . . enjoys work- 'E ing in the Jenny Shoppe . . . chooses to enter field of X store advertising. i iiimm X f is saw x JEAN EVELYN BARKER-Recalls the Junior Prom with hap- piness . . . favorite school activity is study hall . . . roller ' skates for a hobby. f RITA BARNICKER-Classical Course . . . Taleoken Staff Hi . . . College Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . quiet X little miss iikedyll-far-Brac football game 3 C3 fjjj'lij5iT:1,QV D' GLORIA BEALE-"Corky', . . . Commercial student . . . at- ? tended Stewart School . . . typing, her favorite subject . . . interest lies in office work . . . cute. .XFLOQNCE DOLORES BERKOBEN-Distributive Education X . . . "Whoa" . . . enjoyed the Redstone game . . . Dis- -? t 'bulge Education Club . . . dislikes studies . . . wills il ' V ck' to unclerclassmen. EMA A YN BEST-Wears Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, N. H. S. ns . . . "Bessie" . . . enjoys informality of Virgil class f?x"""' utiful blonde hair . . . college-bound. i x fr X Z .3 7 ' 1 I l.il.,I,l"5 ELIZABETH ABRAHAM-l'Bette', . . . Distributive Educa- tion Course . . . desires to be a model . . . enjoys working in a store. ELLEN ADAMS-Hails from Stewart . . . likes swimming and senior science . . . former American Legion Award winner. ETHEL ALTMAN-Ken Hils only girl plane pilot . . . plans , I ltq' do photo tinting . . . prefers French. t N! ku I' ,p 1 LICLK' 5 f L if 1lDdR THY Al7TlVl'EYER-'Sis,?7: . .l Victory Club captain 'Llc . . . hasvwng over the Jadio . . . plants to be a secretary. Lv A DOROTHY L. ARMITAGE-Commercial student with a preference for typing . . , aspires to be a telephone oper- ator . . . Stewart School. LAUREL ASHBAUGH-"Pinky" . , . Distributive Education Course . . . abhors home work . . . enjoyed Har-Brac football game . . . delights in movies. JUNE ASHE-Southerner from "way down in Lou-weez- iana" . . . Distributive Education . . . plans to attend fash- ion school. BETTY HELEN ASKIN-Talented poetess and author of a book . . . Secretarial Course . . . member of the Civil Air Patrol. LUELLA BAIR-Prefers music theory . . . "Pete,' . . . would like to follow her singing hobby after graduation . . . football fan. "'f tariff ii ply M MARCEL BOUCHER--"Marcen . . , General Course . . . Band . . . enjoys Guidance Period . . . formerly from Stewart . . . plays a trumpet. CHRISTINE BOYD-General Course . . . thrilled by Red- stone football game . . . would like to attend music instia tute . . . known as Q'Chris" , . . sweet personality. JOHN BRAY-uJack,' . . . basketball manager . . . photo- graphy is his hobby . . . fond of conversation in Spanish class . . . College Club. MONA BROWN-Classical Course . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . future nurse . . . never seen without Sarah Reed and Doris Paul . . . "lVloe.', BETTY JANE BR -Comes from Parnassus . . . quiet and friendly . . plays the piano . . . dislikes business math. , NICKY BR JQHamlet" . . . easy to get along with . . . o dotes p ng and fishing . . . enjoys public speaking. Q JUNE ALLENDER-Likes English . . . i'Cal" . . . av e ember of Tri-Hi-Y, College Club, and Kentonian NL ff . . sparkling personality. DOL RES M. CAMPLANI-Commercial Course . . . loves cing and Van Johnson . . . attended Stewart School . . beautiful, long hair . . . "Dollie.', MARY ANN CAPPO-"Babe" . . . Distributive Education Course . . . comes from Parnassus and Vandergrift . . . something of an artist. SR'IllK7l'N RETA BETLER-Classical Course . . . N. H. S .... Choir . . . Taleoken Staff . . . College Club . . . Attendance Staff . . . piano player . . . plans to attend college . . . Those Green Eyes! . . . sweet. EDWARD BINDER-General Course . . . outdoor man . . "Butcl'17' . . .jfagme . . . likes hunting and fishing . . pal of Nicllc . .P . agnizles girls. MAE BITTCHER--"Re.Z"f. . . Bank Staff . . . Choir . . . Commercial Club . Taleoken Staff . . Kentonian . . . Comfnercsal Couxgpe . . . beautiful red hair . . . fond of uRich.', . 'ix f 3 X lm' ADAIRF BLOOM-General Course . . . Victory Club . . . fcrmerrf afhended Peabody High . . . expert swimmer Af. likes public speaking class . . . "Bunny.,' MICHAEL BODNAR-'tButchH . . .Classical Course . . . ,, Hi-Y . . . College Club . . . basketball . . . enjoys eating . . . president of Bodnar and Bonidy Co .... hails from Parnassus. AUSTIN BONIDY- "T, N. Of, . . . N. H. S .... enjoys solid class . . . Taleoken Staff . . . College Club . . . Red Cross . . . appreciates Youngstown . . . latest model car. DON BORDONARO-UBords" . . . General Course . . . strictly a ladies, man . . . handsome . . . basketball fan . . . works at Penney's . . . enjoyed Donora game. BETTY BORLAND-Ken Hi's Dinah Shore . . . four years of able cheerleading . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, Taleo- ken . . . NB. J." . . . quite an actress. MARY BOSSO-Bank Staff . . . future secretary . . . Com- mercial Club . . . pianist . . . quiet . . . football fan . . . Commercial student . . . enjoys shorthand cl ss. 3? is KVXQKV Q I Q K NX gt X K X l fs Xx .NN lx XX X ANDREW CAPSAMBELLIS-'QAndy', . . . likes music theory . . . Choir, Dramatic Club . . . was l'Gypsy Rover" . . . pastime, movies . . . will attend college. JENNIE CARNABUCCI-Formerly of Bell Township . . Commercial student . . . eloquent in publc speaking . . likes bowling and football . . . future dress designer. BARBARA CASSEL-Essential part .of choir . . . Classical Course . . . N. H. S .... shining personality . . , inter- ested in Marine Corps. CECELIA CAVALIERE-Another member of Distributive Education Course . . . enjoys dancing with good looking boys . . . invigorating smile . . . 'lSil." BEVERLY CAVITT-"Bev', . . . Tri-I-li-Y member . . . in- trigued by Tommy Dorsey's ulim in the Mood for Love" . . . lovely disposition, MERYL IRENE CERVENAK-Home Ec president . . . at- tended Stewart School . . . short, cute and pleasing person . . . t'Myrt.', EUGENE CESCHINE-Enjoys life in Ken Hi . . . a lQSolid,' enthusiast . . . rather shy . . . draftsman in spare time . . . i'Gene.,' ELEANOR CLAYPOOL-Classical Course . . . quiet . . . favorite subject is music history . . . member of the orches- tra . . . talented violinist. BETTY JEAN CONNOR--Interested in Classical Course . . . Choir, Script and . . . sports fan . . . charming smile. musical . . . , Z ' . , 1 ii' 1 .1 Q I mf-'!'L" Q, f' ' - 9, . fl 4 A- W! If ffm. j l!9,i,igZA .0 2 X o -. 'I fp 5 .Jw JACK C Ge eral Course . . . ujackn . . . enjoys givi tfal ta ks in English . . . Victory Club . . . likes ice skating. YMES RUSSELL COOPER-Hi-Y, College Club, Monitors, l hoir . . . president of Hi-Y . . . secretary of senior class . , . qjessen . . . is a football player. ALTER'COOPER-Up and coming physicist . . . likes N oc 'y and football . , . Hi-Y member . . . reads for a X., y . . . Merchant Marine, Gangway! f' 1. I.. UTI-I CORBETT-Football enthusiast . . . General Course . . . likes to sew . . . quiet but friendly . . . likes being a senior . . . collects earrings. JO ANN COSCARELLI-Commercial Course . . . Leaders Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . famous for her parties . . . pretty, sweet, and true . . . Navy has her interest. BYRON CRAIL-Classical Course . . . l'Crow', . . . remembers Stewart School . . . fond of 'lBeV" . . . plans to go to the Navy. BEVERLY CRAWFORD-Classical Course . . . likes to watch a good football game . . . "BeV,' . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . plans to enter college after graduation. SHIRLEY CROYLE-Taking the Distributive Education Course . . . enjoys dancing . . . Distributive Education Club . . . football is her favorite sport . . . likes mailmen. IRENE CUPIDO-Taleoken editor . . . N. H. S., Choir . . . Dramatic Club president . . . Script and Score treasurer . . . "Renew . . . enjoys music life of Ken Hi. 1 4 -Q j, JOE CURCIO-General Course . . . Kentonian Staff . . . enjoys sports writing . , . "Cracko" . . . participated in baseball . . . likes typing best of all subjects. DORIS CURRY-Secretarial Course . , . 'QKat" . . . Ken- tonian . . . Commercial Club . . . sports fan . . . always cheerful . . . bequeaths fun of school life to underclass- men. EVALYN MARIE CURRY-Commercial Course . . . en- joys dancing . . . came to Ken Hi from South Union High School . . . plans to enter business college. MARY ROSE DEMMA-Distributive Education Course . . . writes letters to Al . . . UM. Rf, . . . Distributive Education Club . . . likes to watch basketball and football games. RICHARD DI MUZIO-Commercial Course . . . has a x great interest in girls . . . former Arnold student . . . Sen- ior Red Cross . . . 'QThe Mighty Atomf' THELMA EDWARDS-Commercial Course . . . very talented piano player Q'Shortyy' . . . remembers the prom of 1945 very distinctly. F BERNICE ELDOT-New Jerse,fQ feontfibmov to Ken 1-Ii . . . active in Senior Red Crolss Dramatic Club member . . . pleasant to kncw. ' ,f X5 JOHN ENGLER-'Qyumw . . . Effhim . . . enjofsistudy hall ,mQstX. . .keverybocyyis friend . . . likes toxremember prom for. future Ayfny material. WILLIAM EVERHART-Distributive Education . . . U 'lliei' 1, . ' ' attended Parnassus x en' ed Ken I-Ilixvs. edstone . . . . , J y game especiallyz. . . dislikes hognework. 1 U ' x A I 1 it x r 0 s ij. s 4 . we , , x X., TJ gk J.. V - .1 Qu" 'pil v "vl7,9JV1,' I it J GEORGE FA OR, JR.-Lone male of Virgil class . . . in t'Feathers in a Gale" . . . energetic Victory Club work- er . . . businefs' mffnager of Taleoken . . . N. I-l. S. . . . Pitt bound. BETTE FAR'lNA-L-MCereal,' . . . enjoys writing letters, oral discussionqiii classes, dancing . . . favorite subject, busi- ness math '. . . ardent football fan. 5 GEORGE FARNETI-I-Ex-Parnassusite . . . favors any class jthat has arguments . . . Assembly Staff, Hi-Y . . . plans to attend college? 1 I VGWENDOLNYN ISERGUSON-"Gwen" . . . Distributive Edu- ' cation, . hobbies, corresponding with friends, dancing "5 . . .V always smiling . . . future businesswoman. VIRGINIA FINK-Distributive Education . . . roots for Varsity and Dutchmen . . . agreeable disposition . . works in the afternoon . . . hobby, dancing. CHARLES FISHER-Monitors, Taleoken, H-Y, Varsity . . . uChuck" . . . prefers typing class . . . all-around athlete , . . blushes easily . . . future Marine . . . always friendly. RUFUS FLOOD-General Course . . . enjoys eating and loaf- ing . . . favorite subjects--assemblies and study hall . . . Army, here he comes. DOM FLOTTA-General Course . . . goes by last name . . likes night walking . . . great "none', man. F LOUISE FOSTER-Commercial Club president . lx . plans business career . , . friendly with everyone . . . likes sec- tion room period in 209. ,f " 4:2 ?? 53' ,E . tx"-P Y 'T' ,J 'f . M. JA Q Q 1, .tj fi? 5. . ' S-Y .y 1 .f Q K . s YQ MARY FOY-Classical Course . . . brown hair ..,. remembers 7 o Junior prom . . . plans to enter college. FERDINAND W. FRANCART--From Mt. Jewett Hi . . . , V-,ff ' rather sl'iy . . . studious in P. O. D .... dislikes talks in up Guidance . . . hunter in spare time. I VIRGINIA FRANCE-Distributive Education Course "Ginny" . . . Parnassus alumna. ' IRENE FRITZ-Sweet personality . . . dancing eyes . . . l'Fritzie,' . . . prefers trade school dances for some reason , . . . Leaders Club treasurer. -, LAWRENCE GARNER--Classical Course . . . likes to talk i with teachers . . . hates sarcasm . . . makes an impressive '-kk ' senior. AFREDERICK GEORGE-Hi-Y . . . "Acel' . . , "House of A Seven Gablesi' . . . Classical Course . . .gplays trombone-. . . "Bea1gess.', I p ' 'A i . L Jn" if fi ' L, 1 .Z 6- l ! 5, J f !, 1 I I .- MICHAEL GERMANICH-"Russian,y . . . may be found in certain "pai-lorsw . . . can tell all about Saltsburg. MARY GIRARDI-Clerical . . . prefers English . . . Home Ec Club . . . easily amused . . . likes floor speeches . . . artist in leisure time. JOANNE GOODBREAD-Commercial Course . . . remem- bers freshman year because of a certain athlete . . . likes typing class, - ' J - A -1 .. 1 1 . Sr , .- " ' QA- , H, s if . f - 4 . P ,, j .L ' . iii..-M" ' xi. X . GERALD GRANT+"Squeak,' i. . ariytihing for a laugh . . . Hi-Y, Monitors, N. H. S., xfaleoken '. . . likes physics lab and getting up early . . . Perry Como fan. BETTY GREENWALD-Short and sweet . . . enjoys short- hand and speed tests . . . "Greenie', . . . hopes to be- come a secretary . . . Taleoken, Home Economics Club. IRMA GUESMAN-l'Chubby,' . . . interested in general math . . . P. H. S .... photography her hobby . . . third finger, left hand. SAMUEL HADDAD-Classical Course . . . N. H. S. . favorite subject, physics . . . secretary-treasurer of on' tors . . . College Club, assembly Staff . . . US RALPH HASER-General Course . . . likes English . . i- X Y . . . basketball . . . once attended Siprin d i h . . . Army bound. EILEEN HEASLEY-"Leenie,' . . . thinks public speaaing quite interesting . . . Kentonian . . . skating, pas me . . . future nurse. Y SHIRLEY HEBNER-Distributive Education Course . . . favorite pastime, listening to Perry Como . . . P. . . . plans to model . . . t'Slim.', in A ,I CARRIE HENRY-Distributive Education Course . . . 1 fp'-tu. ite subject, bookkeeping . . . Distributive Education ub A . . . arnassusite. V SARA J NE HENRY-ujaniew. . . shorthand, her favo 'tis subj t . . . Kentonian . . . Band . . . Commercial Club . . elve years of perfect attendance. Xl. 'BN . 1 'FQ ix ll I 1 .t J, 3 X5 31 proves of Mr. Keiser's way of teaching shorthand . . . f ISABEL JOSEPH-Commercial Course, Secretarial . treasurer of Commercial Club . . . National Honor So- ciety . . . wills senior classrooms to her underclassmen. GLORIA JOYCE KANAAN-Appreciates good art . . . art reading is her hobby . . . hcpes her dreams come . . . formerly attended Stewart. FLORENCE M. KASPRZYK-Enjoys typing and speed till? tests . . . has a charming personality . . . "Flow . . . collects souvenirs . . , Commercial Course . , . future secretary. , 1. , I 5 I I I . A , I f .-.4 5 f a AUDREY EVANS KEARLEYLCommercial Club . . . happiest memory is singing in a trio at a festival. DAVID KEENER-Famous for his bass voice a,nd bass drum . . . Script and Score and Dramatic Club . . . fut e i ' sionary Ken Hiis radio an ou cer EDNA MAE KELLM N Fav 6 i A rican history . . . 'llridh' . . t inks Pitts urg Smeg? E. is excellent . . . loves to meet ex-f t c e . SARAH F. KISER-"Peggy,' terested in all sports . . . bowling, to join Junior Cadet year. HAROLD L. KORBER-' barrassing school n stamp collecting . . SOPHIE KOZIOL-Cc tests in typing class . . . likes to football games. F. his mai Course . her ap- time and g"M'iHci!"-. RUTH E. HESKE--Classical Course . . . enjoys senior science . . . coin collection . . . P. H. S .... plans to be anurse . . . College Club. MARY ANN HRABCZUK-"Blondie,' . . . sports fan . . . likes public speaking . . . collects post cards . . . Commercial and Home Economics Clubs. VELMA HUFFMAN-"Huff" . . . Senior Red Cross . dancing her pastime . . . Home Economics Club . . Victory Club . . . enjoyed senior year . . . P. H. S. JAYNE JABLONSKI-Distributive Education Course . . . dislikes homework . . . P. H. S ,... basketball fan . . . l'Babe." BETTY JADOT-Peppy little cheerleader . . . quite a jitter- bug . . . N. H. S .... Tri-Hi-Y president . . . favors English . . . Taleoken . . . Leaders Club . . . hobby, drawing. FRANK JEROME-Friendly . . . hails from Har-Brac . . . Q'-Iakew . . . future businessman . . . enjoys hunting and football . . . General Course . . .' P. O. D. fan. MARY M. JOHNSON-Q'Tony,' . . . General Course . . hasn't decided about her future . . . Home EC Club . . good cook. RALPH JOHNSTON-Future aeronautical engineer . . . N. H. S .... Taleoken editor . . . likes his girls tall and blonde . . . Monitors . . . quite an actor and humorist. NANCY .IONES-"Murphy, . . . from Stewart . . . stamp collector . . . will be a nurse . . . enjoys being with her friends . . . senior scie class . . . Classical Course. ,A ,yy-1 ' ji 1: KL 'T J l I l K . D l fl 2. S DOLORES KUMINSKI-'tCindy'l . . . blonde hair . . . Com- mercial Club . . . hopes to work in an office. MARJORIE LANG-Former Greensburg High School stu- dent . . . General Course . . . friendly and cheerful . . . attractive blond. FLORA MAE LEISURE-"Flow . . , likes roller skating and shorthand . . . went to Plum Hi . . . basketball fan. FRANKLIN'KIEHL-Nl-led" . . . wishes for more gym . . . remembers chemistry and his explosion in lab . . . at- tended Arnold . . . college bound. RAYMOND LESSIG-Hi-Y, Monitors, and N. H. S .... likes girls, hates studying . . . prefers solid class . . . plays basketball and the piano. FRANCES LIOTTA-"Sissy', . . . former Stewartite . . . remembers last year's prom and Har-Brac game . , . likes dancing and a former senior president. xl -Z' 'x i- 3 . Us 4 if f ' 4 7 P -lV"d'lmx ' il v Cx VIOLA LUCAS-"Luken . . . sophisticated cheerleade .,. . smooth dancer . . . Leaders Club . . . Tri-Hi-Yisegretary . . . lovely hair . . . bemoans physics class. WILLARD LUCAS-Valley Camp resident . . . College l . . . iikes solid class and days off . . . dislikes stu lls GERTRUDE LUKDIVISKI-Plans to be a secretary . . li shortha d . . . Leaders Club, . . tv ' forget Har- ame . . l' ertief, 3 H ' I I r A ' 5 .l I 'z' J , 1 ' lb f fi 'ff' fx' l f' .W Q -iv, 'V' :W 4 JU i 0 l s 33 j 3 C: Q 3kg'..5 ai fo Sz- J ' 4 S El S 3 f"','.fl12 MJ ' PA' 7' ,,-fri!-,L JAMES L. MACSHANE-l'Jim,, . . . likes chemistry class and girls . . . always gets blamed for everything . . . Col- lege Club . . . happy-go-lucky. JULIA MAGLICCO-Commercial student but likes senior science . . . loafs at Arnold Drug Store . . . Bank Staff and Commercial Club. GRACE MAHAN-Commercial Course . . . collects post cards and dogs . . . considers her sophomore year the best . . . wants to be a telephone operator. MILTON MAYLN-"Milt" . . . College Club . . . enjoys chemistry and the experiments that do not work out . . . builds model airplanes. DELLA MANCINI-"Cooky', . . . wants to be a beauty op- erator . ,,. likes dancing and business math . . . Home Economics Club . . . liked the Har-Brack football game. EMILY MARINO-Commercial student who wants to be a secretary . . . prefers shorthand and Mr. Keiser's jokes Y! 73 Em. fu BETTIE MAROTTI-Ardent shorthand student . . . Tri-Hi-Y and Commercial Club . . . dislikes oral talks, enthusiastic about baseball and football . . . frequent male troubles. CHARLES MASON-'lChuck" . . . Band . . . enjoys playing tennis and the trumpet . . . plans to go to college . . . likes physics. EVELYN MASON-Plans to study music . . . Commercial student . . . favorite subject, art . . . collects photo- graphs. 8, JY 11 awwan fzaaff THURLOW MAYHOOD-"Turtle" . . . likes radio and photography . . . College Club . . . always has a plan . . . ready to go to Youngstown any time. ZETTA MCCOLLIM-Likes the teachers in Ken Hi . . . Home Economics Club . . . hails from Martin . . . future bookkeeper. MARIAN MCCREADY-'lJonny" . . . treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y . . . Victory Club . . . inclined to favor a certain Arnold football player . . . future nurse . . . attractive. HARRY MCCUTCHEON-"Pete,' . . . headed toward the Army . . . General Course . . . likes mechanical drawing and lunch hour . . . talks about football. I JEAN McINTIRE-National Honor Society . . . Commer- cial Club . . . "Jeanne" . . . Parnassusite . . . likes watching basketball and football . . . favorite subject, English. BARBARA ANN MCMAHAN-"Snooks,, . . . adrrtires a cerfi tain Monitor . . . likes the arguments in Guidance . '. 1' g x Tri-Hi-Y . . . plans to attend the Art Inswyite of Pittsq burgh. , . t Ajofy I " I- ,,.f'7"I DOLORES MCNUTT-Best things co mg 11 ackages . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Choir memb 5 . . ha ,recalls Tri-Hi-Y initiation , . .'Classical dent. ' f, MARGARET LOUISE MCROBEMS-" ' . . . wills favorite teacher, Mr. Owens, under l s en . . . spends money for movies . . . Parna site . . istributive Educa- tion Course. J PALMER MEANS-Swoon ro er . . enthusiastic about typing class, the Hi- Y, beg tyall, and school fellowship , . . popular, , If I , ' V i s Af N 12,4 " f f ' 3 if ' ' 1. c 'J 'W U! at MARIANNA PARISE MELE-Victory Club . . . cheers loudly at basketball and football games . . . hates to hear reveille . . . very pleasing smile. GEORGE MICHAEL-"JudgeH . . . forgot his socks once . . . motto: 'QDon,t give up!" . . . likes to remember Junior Prom . . . N. H. S. member. MARY ANN MILBERGER-Future secretary . . . USis" . . . Commercial Club and N. H. S .... helps "Jim" count his money . . . enjoys good music . . . clever. CAROLE MILLER-Secretary to Board of Activities . . . worry, worry, worry . . . N. H. S. and Commercial Club . . . enjoys class discussions . . . pleasing personality. ANNA PEARL MILNER-Happy in cooking class . . , "Cherryy' . . . Woody Herman fan . . . future singing or dancing star . . . lots of pep. PATRICIA' ANN VMINICK-Enjoys Mr. Keiserls classes . . . Commercial Club . . . often goes roller skating . . . likes shorthand .... comes from Stewart . . . Wfweetsf' GEORGE MITCHELL-Basketball fan . . . almost a G.I. . . . "Mitch,, . . . enjoys driving a car . . . future with Mitchell Cleaners . . .V nice fellow, ROSE MONACO-"Babe'l . . . Home Economics Club . . . hopes to attend college . . . sewing is her hobby . . grand sense of humor. JANET LOUISE MOORE-Dislikes literature class . . . Com- mercial Club . . . looks forward to graduation . . . would- be secretary . . . recalls a spanking received once. ,wry if ak JEAN NICHOLAS-Commercial Course . . . typing is her favorite subject . . . pint-sized . . . 'QJeannie'sU hobbies are bowling and dancing. DELORES NIC arines and farmers . . . Classical Course . . . thinks Miss Gosetti is tops . . . al- ways has an appetite for cherry pie. ROSE NICKLUS-Home Economics Club . . . Commercial Course . . . once an Arnold student . . . hates nightworlc but likes sewing and typing. ANNA RUTH NORMAN-Likes to skate and dance . . . Phi Sigma Tau . . . "Ruthiew . . . will always remember getting into the Band. HARRY NOVALESKI-'QRussian,' . , . football star . . . quite an angler . . . Board of Activities in senior year . . . women frighten him. SYLVIA OCKNER-Editor-in-c ief of Kentonian . . . beautiful brown eyesf mi-Hi-Y . . . leaves her literary t tto yy-ndeca wily f' Z MARIE 'CONNl2'4.4-'tReRe the gang . . . collects dis Course. VIRGINIA OFIESH-Secretarial Course . . . vice-president of Commercial Club . . . "Nina,' . . . enjoys making ne I friends . . . Leaders Club . . . sports fan. HELEN OLSZEWSKI-"Red,, . . . Commercial Club ' likes to sew . . . enjoys early rising on school days . . . always loyal to St. Maryis. Q ,v'T f -.43-xg... 4 V tp ' Ll tb LOIS JANE MOORE-Enjoys memories of Junior-Senior Prom . . . P. J. H. S .... Commercial Club . . . basket- ball thrills her. EZELLA MORRIS-Plans to go to music school . . . Com- mercial Course . . . baseball fan . . . attended Booker T. Washington High School. FLORENCE MORTIMER-"lVlickey', . . . Home Economics Club . . . thinks lunch hour is best part of school day. CHARLOTTE MOSES-College Club . . . likes to dance, loaf, ' and watch football . . . Leaders Club . . . shiny black hair. BETTY LOU MURRAY-General Course . . . t'Bettina,' . . . talented artist, drawing is her hobby . . . hopes to be commercial artist . . . quiet miss. BETTY JANE MYERS-Classical Course . . . sports enthus- iast . . . Attendance Staff . . . personality plus . . . Na- tional Honor Society . . . Leaders Club . . short and sweet. BETTY JEAN MYERS-"Butch" . . . Distributive Educa- tion Course . . . future reta?er . . . is sure guidance period is wa e of ime. I EDNA EM -News e itor of Kentonian . . . N. H. S. . . . h definite ideas on prison reform . . . working on the 'K reat American Novelf' RAYMOND NEVVMAN-"Seven come eleveni' . . . great football player . . . General Course . , . tries to talk his way out of any predicament. 11' . IJKIHFA-xi!!!-A A 3 Q I L ,Ji 5 Y Quran- ,QQ614 ,CQ , 1 1 ,jf N- 'IN AA M 'M-fiatfs'-W M V CONNIE MAE PARK--"Smiley', . . . clever Hag twirlef . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . potential co-ed . . . likes to make speeches 1 . . . played drums for the band one year. 'Y - ? ANN LOUISE PATTERSON-Competition for Einstein . . . J , 1' "Wease,' . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . College Club . . . likes horse- ' 'RS back riding . . . college bound . . . spent a few years at ' f Hinsdale, Illinois J is 'fi PATRICIA PATTERSON-Red hair!! . . . N. H. S., Taleo- ken, Choir, College Club . . . sense of humor . . . college , - I material . . . P. H. S ..., likes hiking . . . favorite ! if Q "L pastime-eating. J 3 w .1 DORIS PAUL-'!Dopey" . . . Stewart School . . . leaves be- hind her love for football fplayersj . . . will feel pulses . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . likes people . . . social bsutterfly. ' LORRAINE PHILLIPS-Doesn't regret her years at Ken Hi . . . "Peanie'! . . . those strikes Qoh-ohj . . . book- l worm in her leisure time . . . Leaders Club, Senior Red Cross, Commercial Club. ' MICHAEL PHILLIPS-Commercial Course . . . likes Eng- lish . . . ustudyn is no friend of his . . . seems quiet . . . enjoyed the Redstone game. X 5 LUCILLE PLOWS- Distributive Education Course . . . super salesgirl . . . listening to Perry Como is her hobby . . . t active D. E. Club member. ' , 3 ANNIE MAE POLE-"Mae', . . . will make women lovely Q . . . has a warm spot in her heart for North Carolina . . . ,L likes cooking, dancing, and football. ' l FRANCIS V. POST-Enjoys working . . . ulirancn . . . V X l recitation in senior science appeals to him . . will go ,XB L to college v. . . yea, Schenley! ' Q ,J 155,52 ELIZABETH POWELL-"Bettyi, . . . ambitious to go to work . . . Commercial Course . . . likes to tri the li ht P g fantastic . . . P. J. I-I. S. BETTY PRAZENICA-Commercial Club . . . had good times with school chums . . . '!Babe', . . . likes to dance and read . . . that day she fell in front of the school! ELEANOR PUHALLA--!'Ellie'y . . . will make a friendly . secretary . . . sense of humor . . . St. Josephys . . . Com- mercial Club, Leaders Club secretary, Handbook Staff. K MARY PUTZU-Future office worker . . . likes typing for the Kentonian . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . ' interested in basketball and football. JOHN RAUGHT-General Course . . . likes senior science dislikes English football fan "Jack', lans X to enter Army. VELORA C. RAYMONT-Classical Course . . . brain in Spanish . . . plans to be a nurse . . . "Red" . . . always standing in study hall. BEVERLY REAM-Classical Course . . . Kentonian Staff . . . likes dancing . . . admires '!Frankie'! . . . dislikes English , . . . "Bev'y . . . collects records. JEAN REED-Likes dancing . . . collects photographs . . . future beautician . . . "Jeanie,' . . . office practice, favorite subject . . . enjoys football games. SARA REED-t'Sisn . . . Classical Course . . . pleasant voice . . . future plans, nursing . . . neat dresser . . . short and , S smart . . popular. 361 X X v Q! x ' 7' ' ' PM 29,105 . Mf-L YETT . S ODES-General course . . , nies to 1 watch asketball games . . . admirer of colored hair . . . dislikes English . . . 'iDynarnite.,' ROBERT RICHARDSON--uBob" . . . General Course . likes mathematics . . . Senior Red Cross . . . Choir . dislikes D. T .... plans to enter college. WILLIAM RICHARDSON-General Course . . . likes science . . . football manager . . . has no future plans, as yet . . . "Senator.,' Z -N. - GENEVIE E ROB NSON-Colleg lub . . . Dramatic Club . . .uV'ct CIA .'. . l gourse . . . enjoys - f X8-2k's.x5lB'X'yf X- ROBERT RO ON-i'Grandma,' . . . always moaning . . . 4 enjoys typing class and teacher . . . N. H. S .... Monitors ' . . . dislikes physics . . . Classical Course i EUGENE ROFFOL-Good football end . . . dislikes D. T. ' . . . enjoys study halls . . . future job hunter . . . uGene.,, MARGARET ROSENBERGER-General Course . . . dislikes English . . . future bookkeeper . . . Home Economics Club . . . enjoys school dances . . . likes football . . . "Marge.n ALBERTA L. ROSS-Commercial student . . . Home Eco- nomics Club . . . cherishes memory of freshman prom . . . future beautician. WESLEY ROVVLEY-General Course . . . Hi-Y and . . . interested in music . . . shies away fro . .' . - itWes,1 b I . f Chautauqua? My -10 -. . , f-S L 1 Q' W' ,wtf ,gg ,,g..,,.,Z..,.fs , !,fjM,:7 .1 . . K WILBERT RUPP--"Fuddles,' . . . General Course . . . Choir ' and Boys' Leaders Club . . . likes sports . . . a Stewartite . . . no control over blushing. DON RUPPEL-"Rupp,' . . . taking Classical Course . . Boys, Leaders Club . . . has several lasting lab memories N MILTON SANDERS--Classical student . . . "Mutt" . . . likes physics experiments . . . College Club . . . counting the w eks ,til aduation. -, ' ' 1 ...,, Mfvw sf - New , 1 J i .fav-..k-1-...f . ROSE MARIE SCHALL-Veteran flag twirler . . . Classical student . . . College Club . . . cheers study halls . . . wills floor talks to underclassmen. JAMES SCHAEFFER-Classical Course . . . College Club . . . basketball player . . . likes sports and outdoor activities Vg . . , one of those strong silent types. 1 SALLY V. SEARIGHT-Enthusiastic journalism student . . . Classical Course . . . vivid red hair . . . "Mathilda,' . . Choir, Dramatic Club, Script and Score. X T1 , ' LENORA SGALIO-"LeeU . . . Commercial student . . . Vic- tory Club . . . likes typing . . . we will never forget her E , laugh! H JAMES SCHAFER-General Course . . . follows baseball ac- X tivities . . . likes agriculture class . . . quiet. i 'KATHRYN SHAMEY-"Kitty" . . . smooth dancer . . . 2 Commercial student . . . spends time writing letters to Jim lg . . . future beautician. N37 I 2 .- M'+q"5i1ief'f-. HELEN SHANAFELT-Co ercial Cours . . . preju iced against themes . . . Commercial Club . . . "Shailor,' . . . likes school sports. V flight class . . . Home Economics Club . . . hopes r a PATRICIA B. SHANK-Classical Course . . . preferkxipgle- nursing career , . . 'lPat." ' LOIS SHIELDS--'lBabe" . . . Senior Red Cross . . istribu- tive Education student . . . sparkling eyes . . , football fan. XX .NX WILLIAM SHIHDA-Classical Course . , . MB ln . :XXX de- pendable . . . interested in math . . . spor llovi lx . . future divided between college and Ar y 1 Force. JOHN SHORT-Monitor . . . at home 1 'str lab . . . National Honor Society . . . b es S ber H-Y initiation . . . Assembly Staff . . exp rt ler. FLORA SIEBER-l'Flora,' . . . clerical st ent, . . . horse- woman . . . had a grand time decorating for rom . . . attended Allegheny High. g,-'fy' VJ J Q. , c .J J. J' f ANN SIMMONS-Came to Ken Hi from Utica, New York ' . . , plans to attend business college . . . "Simm,' . . . ,--,, ,.. "Q 5 friendly. ' ARY LOU SIMPSON-"Louie', . . . has a fancy for N' dancing . . . future secretary . . . fond of all sports . . . we J peppy . . . collects photographs. Q WARD SINCLAIR-Classical student . . . scientifically minded . . . photography expert . . . engrossed in pre- flight and ' planes . . . personality man. 35 5 K " --Q. A f Q , A I fi ' ' ,. A . if' . ill lb ' ff. A-f'r W .ff .., ' l ...ef -n ,. I - r L 'if n f ' . Mk 0 'Wy- I "WEL, ,' 1 .2 ,y ... M xx Y 1 Atl . ef. K ,IJ fx: fy r. 'J -N X . 'M 5, , . 1 . "- if fi 4, 5 51 03121 1 . Life, -5'-G"?..'fm" jill.,-fl ' ' fi? -lf ,ff ' MARY SIS-Distributive Education student . . . ice skater . . . interested in photography . . . D. E. Club . . . hopes to work in Canada ,MARTHA SISLEY-N. H. s .... shy my . . . Taleoken Staff . . . Dramatic Club . . appreciates jokes in Virgil class . . . Choir, Orchestra . . . College Club. V ELIZABETH SKOHUT--"Lizzy" . . . aspires to be a beau- tician . . . considers Mr. Fletcher's math THE subject . . . enjoys lunch hours. AUDREY SLATER-Hails from Springdale . . . tricky blonde who takes to English . . . prefers her men in blue. GLORIA SLATER-Distributive Education Course . . . an- swers to l'Glo" . . . Look her up at Penny's . . . California bound. FLORENCE SMITH-Commercial Course . . . chalks up the scores in bowling . . . partial to returned veterans . . . spends leisure time dancing. FREDA SIVIITH-Likes football . . . Commercial Course . fond of typing . . . happy when dancing or skating. JACK SMITH-ttSmitty" . . . Classical Student . . . A Stew- art letter man . . . is floored when it comes to themes . . . goes for redheaded females. JO ANN SMITH-College Club . . . Choir . . . Dramatic Club . . . enjoys journalism and public speaking . . . Kentonian Staff . . . three cheers for the Coast Guard! I as sa i MARGARET SWANK-'lPeggyl, . . . Victory Club . . sports fan . . . likes Spanish . . . Classical Course plans to study nursing. PEGGY ANN TAYLOR-l'Arpegia" . . . Parnassusite . . . sings and dances . . . club joiner . . . will attend Grove City College . . . Classical . . . has pretty red hair. LUCY E. TEMPINSKI-Distributive Education . . . "Giggles,' artist . . . has a vivid memory of the Junior Prom . . D. E. Club . . . Victory Club. BESSIE LUCILLA THAXTON-Baseball enthusiast . . . chemistry crazy . . . l'Sugar" , . . enjoys dancing and singing. MARY ANN TOCCO-Quiet type . . . D. E. Club . . . "Shorty,' . . . will settle for skating and bowling every time . . . D. E. Course. ROSEMONT TOM-Enjoyed the Har-Brac game . . . wills merchandise information to underclassmen . . . is a fast talker . . . "Rose" HERBERT TOOHEY-A wolf . . . Stewart alumnus . . . enjoys homework ljokej . . . good dancer . . . experienced hookey player. MADELINE TOROK-Stewartis gift to Ken Hi . . . plays piano for string trio . . . likes Script and Score and music theory class . . . going to Indiana State Teachers College. ADRYANN TROFKA-Arnold Drug Sto e is po l mercial Club. P MARY SOLOMON-'lSully'y . . . General Course . . . re- members serving at Junior Prom . . . future beautician. LORRAINE SORENSON-Hobby is reading books . . enjoys P. O. D .... business law, her favorite class . . . bookworm. IRENE SPERSKI-Dances . . . Distributive Education Club . . . dislikes study halls . . . football fan. L ,glen HELEN STANEK--'Bank Staff . . . basketball is favorite sport . . . spends spare time talking with Mr. Keiser. DELORES STEELE-uShortyH . . . memories center around junior year . . . frequents the library . . . Commercial Club. BETTY S'TEWART-Nlusically inclined . . . College Club . . . pianist . . . football fan Koh, that team!j . . . ardent choir member . . . classical student. ELSIE JEAN STOLTING-Friendly . . . former Plum Town- ship student . . . collects pictures of movie stars . . . Bank Staff. SHIRLEY STRINGFIELD-One of Ken Hi's war brides , . . studying Distributive Education . . . happy on skates . . . D. E. Club. ELLEN SVEDI-Tri-Hi-Y . . . Club . . . Classical joys public speakgg loves to swim . . . Dramatic . Leaders Club . . . en- JZ'- if! xg is Julia Maglicco's pal . . . cloakroo clo n . mi I 'N 39 X 1 Mo 'R f g',...J- ,' . if-iwhi 'il'-'IM i I J 4. R Y V 1 Y fl in I Y 6 f I. 5 x I I ANN WEISS-President of Distributive Education Club . . . enjoyed Har-Brac game . . . K'Kat'y . . . attended St. Jo- 1 seph's . . . likes to swim and write letters. ' X ROSEMARIE WESTON-Commercial Course . . . favohitel subject, bookkeeping . . . enjoys dancing and skating . .X X. future office worker . . . "Nookie', . . . Commercial Clubttg EILENE WHITE-'tTiny,' . . . keeps a scrapbook . . . fond football . . . hails from Stewart . . . interested in book-fl keeping . . . happy in assemblies. Nu' XE HELEN WIEDL-Victory Club . . . future uncertain .. . . N has many friends . . . embarrassed when standing inXA0I1 study hall . . . P. H. S. XXX. s. AUDREY WILHELM-Admires Mr. Jefferson . . . General K Course . . . talkative . . . hates getting up early . . .V 'iWillie" . . . aspires to be a model. I PATRICIA 'WILSON-Enjoyed her junior year . . . "Pat4Qx pastime-skating . . . Commercial Club. ' RICHARD WISE-Kentonian Staff . . . likes his teachers . . . desires to go to college . . . enjoys lectures in P. O. . . . Band. YN ROBERT C. WOODS-"Rusty,, . . . bequeaths red hair t underclassmen . . . attended Stewart . . . favorite sport- football . . . General Course . . . will join Uncle Sam. N HELEN WRAY-Pretty, naturally curly hair . . . prefegs. basketball . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . previously from Parnassusi . . . makes a practice of dating Johnny. A xg KX - I a S . . . Commercial student who dislikes English . . . favoritebkh slx Qi H iliflf HARRIET TRUAX-Commercial Course . . . air-minded . . . enjoys pre-flight class . , . remembers last yearis prom. MARY ANN TURNER--"Med', . . . National Honor Society . . . dislikes nightwork . . . Board of Activities . . . mem- ber of Tri-Hi-Y . . . personality plus. MARGARET LOUISE TURNER-Commercial Club, Taleo- ken, N. H. S., Bank . . . is a real friend . . . enjoys class ' discussions in bookeeping . , . q'Peggy.,' JAMES VALENTINE-National Honor Society . . . senior treasurer . . . '!Bing,' . . . active member of Monitors . . . Hi-Y . . . dislikes guidance programs . . . St .Joseph alumnus. RONALD VANDERVORT-uVan,, . . . likes to sleep . . . former P. H. S. student . . . favorite subject is global geograpl.y . . . detests long school hours. BARBARA VANNORTQLikes Latin class . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . vice-president of Leaders Club . . . swims and horseback . . . fears report cards JOE VELTRIQSenior President . . . B ard of football star . . . likes experiiimentsi in physics tional Honor Society . . . popularjwith I - ' VIRGINIA WALTER-"Ginny, . . . H3212 plans to take nursing at Pitt'. i. . 'happiest was Junior Prom. Y 'A NORMA IRENE WATERMXR T shorthand . . . likes r. Ke erin. Leaders Club, Kentoni n Staff Il .. W0 N-1.2 c N Z 1 fi at fi EDNA WYANT-Distributive Education . . . loathes home- work but enjoys activities, especially basketball . . , danc- ing, her hobby . . . liked her junior year. RETTA WYANT-Taleoken and Kentonian staffs . . . Script and Score . . . Orchestra . . . loves to write short stories . . . Senior Red Cross. MATILDA YANSHAK-"Tilliel' . . . Commercial Club . . likes typing, enjoys skating. GLORIA YORK-Commercial Course . . enjoys watching sports . . . likes assemblies . . . favorite subject-global geo- graphy . . . "Gluck.,' JOHN ZAHRADNIK-N. H. S .... Hi-Y . . . future agricultural engineer . . . Choir and Orchestra . . . Monitor . . . Script and Score . . . Victory Club . . . plays violin . . . Taleoken Staff. DOROTHY ZALESKI-General Course . . . Victory Club d. .4 . . . "Dot" . . . plans career in nursing . . . takes Home Economics. ,, :X -9- MW T5 . - Ji DOLORES ZA PERINI-UDolly,' . . . likes to talk, so pub- lic speaking is her favorite . . . always a smile . . . viva- cious . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Talecken, Script and Score. ' PAUL ZANOTTI-'QFuzz,' . . . Stewart lad . . . likes girls f and hunting . . . General Course. I SAMUEL ZEDIAK-Classical Course . . . hunter and trap- 9 per . . . likes football . . . outdoor type . . . Q'Sam.v -.W f 1 J I A- .1 , 1 V ...AP ' f - 1 ,, ,J .f Al, I DI, f,"',' "- .Iih ,fl '- f i, fi' 'MW 4 " N ' f"c'7' J fix ' , -A f 'A l ' N u" A -"Si ' . . . Classical Course . . . Col- W lege ' u . . . likes ublic speaking . . . has been on v ' 1- er radio pr . . . college bound. ' H f-" ' XXIEBERT-Dra an . . . "Gute" . . . likes base- ' F. '. iz. enjoys doing trigo ry . . . likes to draw. FRED ERT-Plays baske r Trade School . . . l "Honey', . . . hates to get up i e morning . . . pattern- ., R maker . . . plans to drive a truck. X RAYMOND ARTMAN-A basketball player for Trade School . . . "ArtH . . . quite a ladies' man . . . an ardent sports fan . . . attended Parnassus Junior High. MAYNARD BAILEY-Draftsman . . . girl shy . . . "Ban-jol' . . . Ken Hi varsity basketball . . . hails from P. H. S. ARTHUR BARKER-Draftsman . . . "Butch" . . . likes his ladies . . . English is his favorite subject . . . Navy bound. WALTER F. BATES-President of Trade School Hi-Y . . . "Butch" . . . hobby is sleeping . . . likes economics class . . . enjoys watching baseball. DELMAS BRENT-Patternmaker . . . "Dell,' . . . likes to watch football games . . . his hobby is ping pong . . . plans to join the Navy. GLENN I. CALLENDER-Machinist . . . comes from East Deer, like his brother . . , likes football . . . intends to become a good machinist. X K i5t"i1lS'H km JOHN W. CALLENDER-Machinist . . . comes from East Deer . . . likes to go hunting . . . intends to join Navy. CHARLES C. CARNABUCCI-Brainy electrician . . . likes to hear Mr. Warner tell stories . . . "CarneyH . . . foot- ball fan . . . a mighty big lad. SAMUEL FRANK CHEPPETTA-A football and basketball fan . . . '!Sam" . . . bowling is his hobby . . . plans to enter the service. PATSY D,ACHILLE-Draftsman . . . likes music . . runs his own business . . . plans to go to college. JOSEPH DELEO-U-Ioey' . . . has three hobbies-art, bowl- ing, and pool . . . expects to join the Army. ALBERT DREWENCKI-Machinist . . . 'tDerby" . . . lady killer . . . excellent dancer . . . likes English. FRANK B. DUDA--Treasurer of Vocational Hi-Y . . . favor- ite subject is lunch hour . . . a wolf in wolf's clothing . . . electrician . . . a cheerful person. ROBERT EDWARDS-Draftsman . . . "Bohn . . . senior vice- president . . . president of senior class at Trade School . . . Ken Hi Varsity basketball, REGINALD ELSTON-Draftsman . . . known to everybody all sports. Q3 as uReg,' . . . an industrious worker.. . . likes to ward? E " lx X J . Q X nl X. '- 0' itiifiti f GEORGE FELIX-Machinist . . . comes from New Jersey . . . wants to join the Navy . . . Vocational Hi-Y. ROBERT FONTAINE--National Honor Society . . . radio is his hobby . . . Vocational Hi-Y . . . "Fountain" . . . attended Sit. Joseph's School. ELMER H. FREDLEY--Draftsman . . . 'QFudclle" . . . comes from West Deer . . . likes roller skating and English. FRANK GASTON-Machinist . . . comes from East Deer . . . likes to trap and hunt . . . "Hook" JAMES GAY-Machinist . . . likes to hunt . . . comes from East Deer . . . "Gramp" . . . intends to join the Navy. STEVE A. GAYDOSH-'tClemy' . . . taking bicycle trips is his hobby . . . quiet type . . . basketball fan . . . intends to join the Merchant Marine. DONALD GELORME-Machinist . . . "DuckH . . . enjoys watching football and basketball games . . . gets a kick out of repairing cars . . . likes math. EARL GREENWALD-Draftsman . . . likes to roller skate . . . comes from Culmerville . . . quite an auto mechanic. EUGENE B. HAWK-Works on cars as a hobby . . . "Sonny" . . . attended Parnassus Junior High . . . a friendly, like- able boy . . . hunter of the old school. 42 'TmW9ffWrvl"'t LM6 " rfv-M' v iff JOE MAYHER-Machinist . . . comes from Valley Heights . . . loves his ladies . . . likes to watch football. RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN--Likes to play baseball . . . "Speed', . . . on V-News Staff . . . Trade basketball player. ROBERT 1VIcLAUGI-ILIN-Vice-president of senior class of Trade School, playing baseball his specialty . . . V-News . . . plays basketball for Trade . . . Richard's twin . . . "Bob', or "Mac,' . . . crooning is his hobby. WALTER LINGELBACH-Machinist . . . thinks ice hockey is tops . . . "Reverend', . . . enjoys doing "Trig" . . . once attended Allegheny Township. VALENTINO MENNITTO-Machinist . . , "Tino" . . . an- other admirer of ice hockey . . . treasurer of Vocational senior class . . . quite a humorist. EDWARD MILISITS-a-UEd,' . . . patternmaker . . short and sweet . . . quit school in November. DONALD MORROW-Draftsman . . . likes baseball fand girlsj . . . thinks trig is tops , . . came from Braeburn. STANLEY PERDEUS-Machinist . . . likes baseball . . . "Percly" . . . Vocational's senior class secretary . . . quite a voice. ROBERT M. PEREZ-Editor of V-News . . . loves English f???J . . . 'tMike" . . . plays piano as a hobby . . . a great football fan . . . electricity is his course. ,,,.,q,f HP ii is JAMES HILL-Machinist . . . attended Arnold at one time . . . admires women . . . English is his favorite subject. THOMAS HOWARD-Machinist . . . St. Joseph student . . . 'lcuddlesu . . . spectator of football games . . . will some- day be in Merchant Marine. THOMAS STANLEY KOSCIANSKI-Vocational Hi-Y . . . 'iTom', . . . likes to watch football and hockey . . . en- joys hunting and fishing . . . future Marine. ANTHONY R. KOTOWSKI-Football star, also plays bas- ketball and baseball . . . art is his hobby . . . "Tony,' . . boxing fan . . . plans to go to college. EDWARD KRAJEWSKI-Drafting . . . likes bowling very much . . . a great reader . . . "Jocky." JEROME A. KUNICKI-"Harry" . . . drawing is his pas- time . . . attended St. Mary's School . . . an ardent foot- ball fan . . . a future member of the U. S. Navy. JAMES LAVERY-Patternmaking is his trade . . . "Jim,' . . girls are his hobby . . . can be seen driving his Ford. JOHN LUFFY-Draftsman . . . plays basketball for Trade School . . . spent most of school life at Stewart . . . math is his favorite subject. RAYMOND MARCINIAK--Enjoys basketball . . . com- posing songs and poems is his hobby . . . "Bumps" . . . likes all sports . . . is going to join the Navy. kk? CHESTER SZAJNA-Machinist . . . boxing is his sport . . . plays the guitar . . . intends to join the Navy. GEORGE WYLIE-Draftsman . . . 'QBear1', . . , poolroom artist , . . likes to watch football . . . P. H. S. . . .very quiet... f???l THOMAS WILLIAMSON-Draftsman . . . plays basketball for Trade School . . . "Willy" . . . sports are his hobby. 1 JA ES WIN OVE-Chaplain of Vocational Hi-Y . . . Weightlifting is his hobby . . . likes to dance . . . a future U. S. Marine . . . "Windy.n DELBERT EUGENE YOHE-'Comes from Parnassus junior High . . . "Yogey', , . . electrician . . . enjoys watching football . . . future Navy man. WALTER ZATWARNICKI-URussian,' . . . skilled pattern- maker . . . enjoys attending assemblies . . . radio work is his pastime . . . a future Navy man. PATRICIA K. PEED2:-Formerly of Santa Monica, Cali- fornia . . . vividly remembers time she pulled fire alarm . . . uLefty" . . . enjoys Ken Hijs sports . . . likeable and cooperative. ff: Died March 2, 1946. lil 1 fl FRN lllCH'M .1 if ANICHOLAS E. PERRIELLO-Draftsman . . . "Nick" lives il only to go hunting . . . likes football . . . going to the A Army. il, PAUL POPPISH-His hobby is building model airplanes lg . . . "Pop" . . . formerly attended Valley Heights School . . . football fan . . . plans to join Navy. HARRY PRAGER-Machinist . . . "Rabbit', . . . enjoys watching football and hockey . . . hails from Har-Brac. PAUL THOMAS RADOWICZ-A member of Vocational Hi-Y . . . enjoys target shooting . . . likes to repair cars . . . plans to join the Navy . . . dislikes English. WOHN RUSAK--Enjoys reading good books . . . English, his favorite subject . , . patternmaker . . . a sailor's life for him. EUGENE SAM-"Syrian" . . . football and basketball fan . . . dancing is his favorite recreation . . . bookworm . . . may join Navy. JOHN E. SIROTA-njasu . . . enjoys listeningvto radio . . . the subject he likes best is math . . . alumnus of St. Maryis School . . . football fan. BERNARD E. SMITH-Talented guitar player . . . "Blinky" . . . works hardest at the dinner table . . . partial to base- ball as far as sports go. ROBERT SMITH-Enjoyed his senior year best . . . pattern- maker . . . Economics, his favorite subject . . . a boxing fan. 44 View DALE BUFFINGTON--"Buff" . . . a math student . . . ex army sergeant . . . has an enviable service record . . chief aim is to be a good citizen. WINNETT L. FLEMING, JR.-Navy coxswain . . . spent eighteen months in the Pacific aboard U. S. S. Delphinus . . . General Course . . . friendly. EARL E. JOHNSTON-General Course . . . dark, wavy hair . . saw action in the Pacific , . . happy to return to Ken Hi . . . pastime, painting. RONALD M. TERWILLIGER-Attended Arnold at one time . . . ex-serviceman . . . hobby, sleeping . . . Classical Course . . . 'QMert,, . . . looks after Lois Jane Moore FRANK RUDOLPH WANAT-Likes physics . . . General Course . . . enjoyed Redstone game . . . former Navy Bluer . . . leaves underclassmen best of everything. JOHN WOODARD-Former Ken Hi basketball star . . . likes sports . . . dislikes math . . , still prefers P. J. H. S. . . . was infantry corporal . . . assists coaches. NOT PICTURED Edward Bauman Anthony Calabrese Greer Claypool Harry Croghan Clarence Embree Louis Frederick Francis George Geer Ralph Grotefend Judson Guenther Lewis Little James Prady William Raught Glenn Wilhelm itilvik The Seniors of 1946 are happy to welcome into the class a number of re turned servicemen who were unable to complete their high school courses before the war called them to serve their country. They have added much of interest to their classes from their experiences and have set an example of earnestness and sincerity for others to follow. 45 l L i . Once again the Hi-Y boys don their Sunday best. Mr. Keiser has trouble posing the Taleolcen Staff. Meet Mr. Burnett-an excellent teacher and a Mrs. Winger, C. Moses, Miss Sruchell, E. Marino, capable financier. George Factor makes use of time in 401. What and M. A. Hrabczuk put the final touches on the table for a faculty tea. could account for such a face! Did he finally propose, Irene? r. Gibson introduces his method of basketball playing. bgtfylln 452' ua U Help V359 'S WMM with The clean-up squad of the Harvest Ball takes time out for a rest. Hard work, but well worth it. Ken I-Ii's super-movers, Marcell appears enthusias- tic, but Herb is tired. Cicero has nothing on Smith! The line forms on the right for the little pictures. Miss Gosetti seems well pleased with the Vic- tory Club posters. Mr. Glock and Mr. Vorlage are lining up some- thing important, judging by their serious ex- pressions. ' Donit be such an eager beaver George, Barbara, June, Delores, Marilyn, and Irene won't let the photographer skip you. JUNIOR OFFICERS Seated: Mr. Burnett, Mrs. Winger-Sponsors. Standing: David Allison, Treasurer, Harry Tamburo, Vice-President, James Shields, President. Not pictured: Dale Evans, Secretary. First Row: D. Abraham, D. Adams H. Alerich, D. Allan, D. Alli- son, A. Alverez. 1 Second Row: E. Anderson, P. Are- zina, G. Ashor, C. Aspinall, L. Balch, L. Barham. Third Row: J. Bazzano, J. Beck, C. Beighley, E. Belli, S. Bennett, E. Berkolnen. Fourth Row: D. Bertolino, A. Betler, K. Biclcert, F. Birch, S. Black, V. Boziclc. Fifth Row: S. Bradigan, W. Brett- hauer, E. Brown, A. Bruno, R. Burforcl, Y. Callahan. Sixth Row: N. Cameron, P. Camp- bell, B. Carnahan, Carnahan V. Carnevale, R. Castro. 1 Seventh Row: W. Cartwright, D. Chambers, R. Cheppetta, Cherry, M. Chestnut, Chick- erella. Eighth Row: I. Choltko, V. Chorba, A. Churchill, Cipollone, S. Ciulcowslci, D. Compton. First Row: G. Conner, R. Coulson, S. Craig, H. Crawford, J. Creevy, A. Crouse. Second Row: R. Crumley, H. Daugh- ert C David E Davis, M. y . , . Daviis, G. De Giglio. Third Row: W. De Luca, N. Dewalt, J. Dodson, B. Dorociak, R. Doubles, R. Drag. Fourth Row: P. Dunn, A. Eazer, B. Elliot, S. Erickson, R. Everett J. Everhart. Fifth Row: S. Fadrowski, A. Faith, H. Faith, G. Fennell, D. Fergu- son, L. Fink. Sixth Row: C. Fisher, M. Fisher, W Fisher, E. Fowler, B. Franklin S. Frederick. Seventh Row: B. Furlong, M. Ganss, J. Gantzer, E. Gathers, A. Geig- er, F. George. Eighth Row: G. George, K. George, M. George, M. George, H. Ger bert, Gething. Ninth Row: F. Giovannelli, R Goetz, G. Golclinger, N. Graff, R. Grantz, S. Grazier. Tenth Row: D. Greco, F. Greene P. Green, J. Greiner, J. Guinn, I . Haddad. Eleventh Row: E. Hadley, H. Har- kins, L. Heltion, E. Henery, F Henry, D. Hepler. First Row: L. Hiclcox, M. Hogan, A Honick, R. Hughan, G. Hurlbut, J. Hurlbut. Second Row: T. Hutchison, R. Jigli- otti, B. Johnston, C. Johnson B. Johnson, W. Johnston. Third Row: M, Johnson, M. Johnson B. Jones, L. Jordan, A. Kaminz sky, J. Kaminslcy. Fourth Row: S. Kanaan, D. Kan- torski, M. Kapp, V. Kenclall, P Kernan, A. Kipfer. Fifth Row: Kiser, E. Kline, W. Klingensmith, C. Knapp, H Kaluzny, N. Korenowski. Sixth Row: A. Kostickgz, M. Kostick R. Krause, H. Kress, G. Kruse R. Kuchek. Seventh Row: D. Kunlcle, D. Kur- pakus, H. Lanclowski, Laviclc, V. Lewanclowslci, Lewis. Eighth Row: Lilly, Lindsey, R. Lloyd, D, Lorant, P. Love, R. Lo- clowslci. Ninth Row: G. Lowery, L. Lucly, T Luporter, Manley, M. Map- pin, P. Marino. ' Tenth Row: C. Marks, P. Marr, C. Marta, G. Marshall, F. Martz, M. Martin. Eleventh Row: Mason, R. Masters, L. Maxwell, McBride, H. Mc- Cain, L. McCollim. it Died November 11, 1945. 1 First Row: R. McCreight, A. McFad den, N. McGeever, E. McIntyre G. McKeever, L. McKillop. Second Row: I. McLaughlin, D. Mc Neil, F. Merriwether, A. Middle- hurst, A. Midoclc, B, Miller. Third Row: R. Miller, A. Mishtal, G Misner, E. Mitchell, J. Moor- head, B. Morgan. Fourth Row: M. Morrone, E. Mut- chok, G. Myers, I. Neely, A Nemy, O, Neuhert. Fifth Row: A. Nichols, D. Nichols D. Nonamalcer, L. Novak, R Oats, D. Ohidowski. Sixth Row: T. Omiecinska, E. Orkis, B. Orkwis, A, Orlowslci, F. Or- ris, L. Oseslcy. Seventh Row: J. Palsgrove, F. lumbo, DQ Parkhill, A. Pats 5 R. Peters, L. Pfeiffer. Eighth Row: Phillips, N. Pie ce W. Pierce, F. Piernik, N. Polas: J. Polczynski. Ninth Row: D. Praniewicz, R, Pyle V. Rankin, M. Redline, F. Reedy T. Reese. Tenth Row: M. Reinert, P, Rice, J Riley, R. Riley, D. Rodriguez, J Romig. Eleventh Row: Rose, C. Santora, D Schall, C. Schantz, B. Scott, N Sellers. 1 v y ,wwf ei ' . . First Row: H. Sennett, L. Serene, G Shalenlco, V. Shaw, D. Shearer S. Shearer. Second Row: J. Shields, L. Shimin W. Sell, E. Simon, R. Simon, R Simpson. Third Row: H. Sinclair, J. Smeltzer D. Smith, G. Smith, J. Smith M. Smith. Fourth Row: E. Snyder, J. Spadaro F. Spalc, L. Spana, T. Spiering, D. Spillers. Fifth Row: D. Sprowls, E. Sorrels, J Stalder, G. Stanlco, A. Stepelc T. Stoddard. Sixth Row: L. Swager, H. Tamburo M. Thaxton, I. Thaxton, A Tocco, A. Tomer. Seventh Row: M. Toney, P. Torlceo L. Traini, T. Tucker, S. Turner D. Uric. Eighth Row: C. Urilc, E. Van Nor- man. D. Veitch, J. Vranesevich, A. Walker, R. Walters. Ninth Row-T. Wareham, E. Weav- er, E. Weber, D. Werner, G. Wilhelm, J. Wilson. dec X fliw, AK Tenth Row: S. Wilson, D. Wise Wyant. 9 r x 1 1 .J- .I vocATIoNAL SCHOOL JUNIORS First Row: D. Abraham, D, Aclamo- vitz, E. Ashbaugh, R. Aversa, B Baker, G. Baker. Second Row: L. Barkasi, H. Beatty, R. Beers, J. Bellas, N. Cable, R Campbell. Third Row: Cavalieri, R. Checkeye, E. Chmiel, P. De Leo, B. Ellis D. Evans. Fourth Row: L. Fontana, P. Fraino C. Gaito, G. Gigler, R. Gregory H. Haught. Fifth Row: Heller, Hessom, H Jablonski, R. Jones, D. Kedzier- ski, J. Kedzierski. Sixth Row: H. Koziatek, A. Krause D. Kulick, Lewis, A. Linza R. Mangieri. Seventh Row: M. Mangone, F. Mc- Aninch, R. Mcpheron, H. Mil ler, J. Myslinski, D. Naccarato Eighth Row: R. Noel, F. Ostroski, P Paul, D. Perry, Petros, A Prignon. Ninth Row: J. Prirel, L. Prolnel, V Rhoades, Rusak, A. Schick E. Shehab. Tenth Row: J. Sicilia, I. Simon, R Soroko, R. Sorolco, D. Stapin ski, R. Stroka. Eleventh Row: A. Thomas, L. Thom- as, D. Tipton, R. Yoke, H. Zeil- er, T. Zimmerman. Q r 9 s Let's Go to press!!-Kentonian. The asscmbly must he tiresome. I-Ieis absent again, Miss Boucher. The man shortage seems acute. The Navy is sure of some good men-career con- A Dramatic Club meeting-but Lola and Gene ference night, vieve are drowsy. 54 Going home after a clay's work. The return of Mr. Oliver is a great joy to music sruclenrs. No machine can baffle the Tracle School boys. The senior class oiqicers are sworn into office at a senior assembly. Lunch hours for male members of the faculty. Palmer Means-Ken I-li's Sir Walter Raleigh, 55 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Seated: Miss Casillo, Mr Walter-Sponsors Standing: Charles Best, Treasurer, Shirley Fatula, Secretary, Richard Marshall, Vice-President. Not pictured: Harold Vestrand, President. First Row: G. Abraham, G. Achenne, C. Adams, L. Aclams, D. Allen, J. Arabia. Second Row: N. Armani, G. Armi- tage, W. Arnold, B. Artman, E. Austin, G. Austin. Third Row: A. Bailey, E. Baldwin V. Barch, A. Barham, A. Barron, A. Bartolacci. Fourth Row: B. Basra, M. Bell, D. Belli, J. Bengston, M. Bengston, J. Berg. Fifth Row: E. Bertocki, C. Best, P. Biclcerstaii, L. Bickert, G. Bolvin, J. Booher. Sixth Row: T. Boratyn, B. Bowers, G. Bowser, J. Bowser, W. Bow- ser, M. Bradley. Seventh Row: D. Brinslco, S. Broff- man, R. Brooks, B. Brothers, D. Brown, A. Bullitt. First Row: P. Busler, C. Campbell, D Cappel, M. Carnahan, W. Car- ney, E. Carrop, Second Row: Carter, Carvin, E Checco, R. Chiodo, D. Christ- mas, G. Churchill. Third Row: R. Clark, S. Claster, L Clever, E. Conrad, F. Conto, I COCEELIAI Vwdix , 10411 Fourth Row: -L. Corbin, Crouse, E Crummie, E. Czaplicki, G. Dans- by, C. Davis. Fifth Row: H. De Felice, L. Deitch, B. Devine, E. Dicello, M. Doro- ciak, Duddy. Sixth Row: S. Duncan, M. Engler, Evans, H. Faldowslci, O. Fallcen- burg, J. Faloon. Seventh Row: S. Fatula, D. Fennell, D. Ferguson, L. Feroce, I. Festa, L. Fester. Eighth Row: D. Fisher, E, Fitzgerald, J. Flenner, N. Foullcrod, B. Fox, D. Frederick. Ninth Row: D. Frederick, R. French, M. Galli, R. Galzerano, M, Gans, P. Garris. Tenth Row: P. Gass, G. Geanous, M. Geanous, George, M. Gold- berg, M. Goldberg. First Row: S. Goldberg, D. Golem- beski, S. Greenberg, A. Guida, G. Guyer, H. Guyer. 4 Second Row: M. Hadley, B. Ham- mond, A. Hampson, W. Hairs- ton, H. Hartge, P. Howieson. Third Row: E. Hawk, C. Heasely, G. Henry, D. Hill, K. Hoglund, W Horrell. Fourth Row: Howard, Howard, M. Howells, A. Hrabzuk, M Hull, O. Jackson. Fifth Row: M. Jacobs, N. Johnson, C. Kaufman, V. Kedonis, S. Ker- nan, S. Kerr. Sixth Row: D. Kidd, Klingen- smith, R. Kochanski, E. Kost, B. If Kozlowski, Kronlcoski. Z C O JQQVLMAQ Seventh Row: Langlois, L. George- vich, A. Lee, M. Leeger, E Linza, S. Lipski. Eighth Row: R. Lcach, P. Lusk, H Macshane, M. Maiure, D. Malek A. M l . ., .I a yn ,am .MJ Ninth Row: D. Mandak, Mangone W. Mantz, M. Marino, G Marsh, R. Marshall. Tenth Row: F. Marotti, Marziale, J. Mason, W. Mazza, C. Mc- Cutheon, M. McDonald. Q First Row: E. McMillin, McMil len, E. McNutt, S. Means, M Melucci, D. Merritt. Second Row: D. Mitchell, P. Mild- ren, H. Milisits, B. J. Miller, T Mooney, S. Moore. Third Row: R. Morgan, D. Morrell C. Morrow, C. Moses, I. Moyes R. Murray. Fourth Row: G. Naviglia, R. Novak A. Ofiesh, A. Onclalca, D. Or mesher, A. Pappas. Fifth Row-J. Parker, R. Parker, J Pasquerella, D. Pelisari, Pet- tit, T. Perriello. Sixth Row: D. Petrie, B. Pfeiffer, F Pennington, C. Phillips, L. Phil- lips, W. Phillips. Seventh Row: V. Pisano, F. Pomy- lcala, D. Powers, S. Price, M Pryor, D. Putzu. Eighth Row: E. Raab, A. Racleshak F. Rawson, R. Reed, B. Reese W. Riesen. Ninth Row: R. Riley, D. Robinson, J. Robson, G. Roffol, G. Rogow, T. Romeo. Tenth Row: S. Rosenherger, R. Ross, D. Rowles, A. Rucci, R. Rupert, H. Rutlca. 1 1 7 1 of First Row: E. Salati, B. Shaffer, N. Schorr, B. Schrecengost, B Sennett, Shalkoski, Y. Shaner C. Shank. Second Row: L. Shank, C. Shaw, Shaffer, Shenal, S. Shetler, V. Shihda, M. Short, K. Sinclair. Third Row: J. Skegas, J. Smatana, M. Smith, R. Smith, R. Smith, G. Smittle, M. Sorenson, Sowol. Fourth Row: Spana, P, Spohn, F. Steen, Steer, W. Stevens, E Stevens, L. Stewart, T. Stewart Fifth Row: H. Stroud, C. Szul, M. Tanksley, L. Taylor, R. Tecr- sky, G. Theis, F. Thomas, N Thomas. Sixth Row: G. Thomey, Thomp- son, H. Tocco, B. Tracz, P. Treasure, G. Tress, H. Trgine. S. Truax. Seventh Row: D. Truitt, Truitt, N. Turner, Vairo, Van Nor- man, R. Veitch, G. Veltri, B. Venter. Eighth Row: H. Vestrand, W. Von- derkall, M. Wagner D. Walters S. Warriner. Ninth Row: R. Wassal, T, Watkins W. Watt, E. Waugh, M. Weba er, W. Wieloboln, T. Wilhelm N. Wingrove. Tenth Row: Wolfe, S. Woodard F. Wylie, W. Yee, C. Yoder, B Young, Young, W. Young. ,BJ - VU S. Walter, S. Walters, E. Ward. VOCATION AL SCHOOL SOPHOMORES First Row: Ameris, M. Aslciniewcz J. Baker, R. Barker, R. Bavera E. Bentley. Second Row: R. Bertocki, W. Bolt, J Cecconie, B. Clark, W. Cox, A Curtis. Third Row: J. Davis, R. Davis, C Comin, A. DuBois, R. Duncan D. Fouse. Fourth Row: A. Frampton, V. Galzer- ano, Glacine, W. Grundman G. Haddock, L. Harpster. Fifth Row: Heasley, W. Heffel- finger, A. Henry, K. Hare, R Hulton, E. Huntington. Sixth Row: G. Irvine, E. Jedlow ski, C. Kellar, H. Kemp, G Horne, R. Moclolo. Seventh Row: W. Kustra, C. Latek, F McGraw, D. McNutt, R. Kelly W. Miller. Eighth Row: C. Moore, J. Moyer, P Pish, F. Rapp, L. Reclmoncl, H Saylor. Ninth Row: E. Sialilna, Saxton, F Schultz, E. Scott, R. Sharp, J Sipes. Tenth Row: S. Stanelc, B. Young, Starr, R. Stirlancl, E. Stone, T. Story. Eleventh Row: W. Swaney, F. Talle- rico, J. Toney, B. Wess. s Q 7 1 Mathilda and "Agnes', seem preoccupieclg wonder why? The Navy must be making some attractive offers by the gathering during career conference. Genius at work in the library. Please, Jim, choking isn't included in the Hi-Y initiations, or is it? Oh-Oh! Another one of those memorable strike Clays! Those expressive hands of Miss Whitacre lead- ing the choir in song. What's the joke, Mr. Owen? Weid like to laugh along with Miss Mazur, The Commercial Club enjoys its first coverecl dish dinner. First Row: N. Angus, L. Ashor, D. Baisler, H. Barnes. A U . I ,' 7 K .', .A ' . .1-P -- ,- 'f t ' -.fgal a 4, K " ' 'l . -flfv., Second Row: RF Bauman, N. Baumiller, W. Beestrice, H. Bennett. Third Row: A. Berardone, J. Bosso, T. Bret- thauer, D. Campbell. Fourth Row: C. Carnabucci, W. Carson, D. Carter, R. Centazzo. Fifth Row: R. Ciancutti, L. Conner, R. Cowen, R. Crouse. Sixth Row: D. Dahm, Davis, E. Deleo, E. Doubles. Seventh Row: J. Dunbar, D. Dunlap, S. Eazer E. Edwards. Eighth Row: H. Eldot, G. Endlich, R. Faust, H Fink. Ninth Row: C. Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald, L Fowler, A. Freda. Tenth Row: D. Baker, R. Panlcoslca, R. Garner R. George. Eleventh Row: P. Giesler, D. Gigler, N. Gra bigel, H. Greer. r Which Lucky fellow is going to get one of When pretty Miss Stuchell serves the food those portraits, Eleanor? whose appetite doesn,t grow? Mrs, Klinlca gives the cast of "Feathers in a Galen ci few pointers. Mr. Cromer adds a new job-acljusting the The Harvest Ball-no man power short- clentistis chair. age here. 66 Last minute touches to costumes and make- up before Q'Curtain,' for "Feathers in a Galef' These girls did the Hoine EC dance. The Taleoken Photographer turns the tables on Mr. Habgood. - 67 Howard Kress receives advice from Mr. Mooney at an interview in the guid- ance office. decorations for the The Taleoken photographer turns the tables K I 1 fd KW I BQ Q7 Wfif ,Q xXX 23 xxx M L X 1 2? NX Q I Nw x 2 A X fff Q f f f, ffl? 5 fy' -f 3 2 Q J N , X X f f , , W0 y 1, lf X X 1 W f M V 'x .tk - , , W, W, ,, K 1' N, TRI HI Y First Row: P. Dunn, S. Ockner, H. Faith, M. George, B. Borland, M. Best, D. McNutt, B. Cassel, F. Liotta, R. Walters, B. Crawford, B. Vannort. I5 gil! Second Row: J. Coscarelli, E. M. Kelly, B. Connor, M. Turner, B. Jadot, Miss Casillo, Miss Boucher, B. A , Cavitt, D. Zamperini, H. Wray, C. Park, D. Altmeyer, P. Marr. l in Third Row: A. Patterson, D. Paul, V. Lucas, B. McMahan, D. Smith, J. Guinn, J. Callender, S. Grazier, B. . 2 Marotti. N P BOYS' LEADER CLUB ' First IRIow.:kD:J Rixdppil, W. Johnston, H. Kress, T. Hill, M. Goldberg, W. Rupp, W. Young, R. Morgan, A. U-. onic , . an ey. f l Second Row: H. Tamburo, D. Powers, H. Daugherty, P. Means, D. Masters, G. Conner, C. Fisher, D. ' Crumley, Mr. Glock. N, Third Row: B. Basta, C. Best, G. Ashor, A. Nemy, H. Sinclair, J. Shields, M. Martin. l THE TRI HI Y The Tri I-Ii Y, the girls, Christian or- ganization of Ken Hi, this year participated in a candy-cookie day, a rally at Indiana, a formal dance at Leechburg, a supper dance, and a mother-daughter banquet. Their char- itable worlc extended to several organizations which helped them to live up to their pur- pose. Miss Casillo and Miss Boucher are the sponsors. THE BOYS' LEADERS CLUB This new club, organized February 16, 1945, has much the same purpose as the Girls' Leaders Club. The main purpose of this organization is to promote general lead- ership and good sportsmanship throughout the school. These boys assist the instruc- tors in the department of physical educa- tion. The club is sponsored by Mr. Carl Glock. DRAMATIC CLUB First Row: M. Hogan, N. Graff, V. Chorba, I. Cupido, B. J. Connor, Mrs. Klinke, B. Cassel, M. Sisley, J. Smith, L. Maxwell, B. Eldot. Second Row: B. Jadot, E. Svedi, J. Coscarelli, B. Borland, D. Zamperini, M. Best, S. Searight, M. Davis, G. Marshall, G. Robinson. Third Row: G. Factor, A. Eazer, J. Wiles, R. Johnston. A. Honick, D. Keener, A. Capsambelis. GIRLS' LEADER CLUB First Row: J. Hurlbut, M. Johnson, G. Hurlbut, S. Ockner, V. Lucas, C. Moses, J. Stalder, N. Graff, G. Ferguson, B. Morgan, V. Ofiesh, N. Waterman, I. Fritz. Second Row: L. Phillips, D. Kantorski, P. Taylor, B. J. Connor, D. Adams, D. Balch, C. Marra, G. Lukomski, J. Coscarelli, E. M. Kelly, J. Bazzano, B. Miller, V. Raymont, B. Eldot, B. Jadot. Third Row: M. Cochran, R. Hughan, L. Shimmin, D. Smith, P. Kernan, A. Crouse, JV. Lindsay, E. Puhalla, E. Svedi, R. Walters, B. Vannort, J. Guinn, B. J. Myers. THE DRAMATIC CLUB Entertainment is the theme of the members of the Dramatic Club. They opened a year of activity by presenting Feathers in a Gale, their first period play. At informal evening meetings, held at the homes of club members, students enacted smaller plays. On February 15, the entire club attended the Nixon Theater to see The Late George Apley. These thespians are recognized by their pins. THE GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB Vim, vigor, and vitality aptly describe the members of the Leaders Club, capably sponsored by Miss Rosemarie Pascaretta. One of the busiest organizations in Ken Hi, its members, after enduring the trials of an informal initiation, are entitled to assist in the management of gym classes. Here the rules of fair play are observed and prac- ticed daily by each girl. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB First Row: C. Henry, V. Fink, M. Sis, S. Hebner, J. Jablonski, C. Cavaliere, E. Wyant, M. R. Demma, M. Cappo, G. Ferguson, P. McRoberts. Second Row: Mr. Owens, S. Croyle, E. Abraham, S. Stringfield, L. Ashbaugh, J. Ashe, G. Barham, B. J. Myers, A. Weiss, R. Tom. Third Row: G. Slater, M. A. Tocco, W. Everhart, G. Mitchell, L. Shields, L. Tempinski. COMMERCIAL CLUB First Row: F. Smith, N. Waterman, J. Carnabucci, J. Coscarelli, M. Bittcher, M. A. Milberger, Mr. Keiser, L. J. Moore, I. Fritz, D. Zamperini, R. M. Weston, B. Marotti, V. Otiesh. Second Row: T. Edwards, F. Smith, J. Goodbread, H. Olszewski, D. Kuminski, H. Shanafelt, P. Minick, J. McIntire, G. Lukomski, R. Wyant, S. J. Henry, H. Truax, M. A. Hrabczuk, B. Prazenica, P. Turner, D. Balch, D. Curry, C. Miller. Third Row: E. Puhalla, E. M. Kelly, L. Foster, E. J. Stolting, J. Maglicco, A. Troika, I. Joseph, J. Moore, M. Bosso, A. Kearley, P. Wilson, M. Yanshak, H. Stanek. THE DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The newest club in Ken Hi this year is the Distributive Education Club. The stu- dents are not only going from school into the business world, but are doing it now. The D. E.'s study during the morning is under the supervision of Mr. Owens, then they worlc at the downtown stores in the afternoon. The biggest feature is that not only are they earning while they're learning, but they are earning high school credits as well. THE COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club is one of the many beneficial organizations in Ken Hi. The members are senior commercial stu- dents chosen by the commercial faculty and sponsored by Mr. Keiser. This club holds two meetings each month, one a social meet- ing and the other a business meeting. The active club had a tea dance, a prerzel day, and a radio program this year. THE CHOIR Let us sing together and there shall be harmony of voice and harmony of spirit. We of Ken Hi are proud of our choir, com- posed of one hundred mixed voices. The choir is a hard-working organization, whose effort is rewarded by excellent performance of the finest type of choral literature rang- ing from the highly imaginative and artistic chorales of Bach, to the best work of the contemporary composers. The fine work of the choir is a tribute to the musicianship and capable direction of Miss Emogene Whitacre. This popular group is busy with numerous programs throughout the years, climaxed by the spring concert. THE BAND Our band deserves a rousing cheer from us all. It is one of the most important or- ganizations of our school, leading us in school spirit at the athletic events of fall and winter. This group of instrumentalists must be praised further for their versatility in the performance of concert music for band in addition to the strongly accented marches. Rehearsals started this year under the baton of Miss Whitacre but Mr. Oliver, on his return from the Army, again resumed his former position as conductor. The band is a tribute to Mr. Oliver,s proficiency as a fine director of instrumental music. VOCATIONAL SCHOOL HI-Y First Row: V. Rhoades, G. Felix, J. Petras, F. Duda, E. Hawk, T. Howard, E. Sam. Second Row: P. Fraino, T. Heller, R. Fontaine, 1. Wingrove, L. Thomas, J. Myslinski, P. Radowicz. Mr, Frazier. Third Row: A. Thomas, R. Edwards, T. Koscianski, D. Gelorme, W. Bates. ATTENDANCE STAFF First Row: Y. Shaner. S. Wilson, Miss Boucher, D. McNu!t, J. Guinn. Second Row: P. Patterson, R. Betler, J. Gething, B. Myers, C. Davis. THE VOCATIONAL HI-Y The members of this organization under Mr. Frazier's guiding hand, have done their best to arouse interest in the stu- dents to promote clean speech, clean living, and clean sports in the school and in every- day life. Dances have been held, and the club attended a Hi-Y rally which was held at Indiana, Pa. At Christmas time, the members decorated a Christmas tree for the hall. THE ATTENDANCE STAFF Although this group is not an organ- ized club, it is very valuable to the school. These girls give up their study halls to work in Miss Boucher's office. The girls keep an accurate record of the students who are absent from school and those who are tardy. Through this competent staff we are able to keep up our excellent attend- ance system. THE VICTORY CLUB Although it is not a permanent organi- zation, the Victory Club has been very active at Ken Hi during the war years. Under the direction of Miss Mathison and Miss Gosetti, students purchased over 530,- 000 worth of stamps and bonds through the Club in 1945-46. These sales were di- rected towarcl the securing of a weasel and two grasshopper planes. With the end of the war, the Victory Club has not discon- tinued its good worlc but has directed its stamp sales toward the purchasing of hos- pital equipment. THE COLLEGE CLUB The College Club is organized for sen- iors who expect to go on to college. Under the supervision of Mr. Weaver and the Guidance Office staff-Miss Eiges, Mrs. Higgs and Mr. Mooney-the students are counseled in their selection of a college and courses to study. Tests are given to deter- mine which students will later compete for the different scholarships available. During the year, various college representatives speak before the club. Highlighting this vear's events was the very successful Career Conference Night. ORCHESTRA First Row: M. Sisley, E. Milligram, R. Wyant, M. Torok, M. Headley, D. Praniewicz. Second Row: I. Wolfe, D. Kidd, J. Zahradnik, C. Hartge, Miss Whitacre, M. Howells, E. Claypool, C. Kaufman, D. Spillers. BANK STAFF First Row: V. Ofiesh, M. Bittcher, H. Stanek, I. Joseph, M. Bosso, D. Balch, P. Turner. Second Row: G. Conner, E. Stolting, L. Foster, Mr. Vorlage, E. Puhalla, J. Maglicco, B. Johnston. THE ORCHESTRA With the return of Mr. Oliver, the or- chestra has been progressing in a steady trend upward. The orchestra has increased to twelve violins, the largest string section in Ken Hi history. The "Old Faithfulsn practice with diligence to perfect their ex- pression, interpretation, and phrasing. Five members of the music department are play- ing with the New Kensington Symphony Orchestra which makes everyone of us very proud. THE BANK STAFF The Bank staff takes care of the finances of the school. The staff is com- prised of four tellers, a check-writer, four bookkeepers, two messengers, and two audi- tors, all under the supervision of Mr. Vor- lage, cashier of the bank. The members are commercial students selected in their junior year to serve two semesters. All sec- tion rooms, classes, organizations, and indi- viduals are served by our students, bank. JUNIOR RED CROSS First Row: G. Macshane, B. Ireland, R. Olivio, E. Edwards, M. McCabe, D. Bartolocci, P. Mangone, C. Simon, R. Tocco. Second Row: P. Lucci, W. Bonatti, R. Hall, Miss Armstrong, Miss Branthoover, H. Greer, A. Berardone, SENIOR RED CROSS First Row: G. Myers, D. Ferguson, G. Hurlbut, L. Phillips, B. Eldot, V. Huffman, D. Smith, R. Wyant, J. Wyant, P. Marino, P. Dunn, D. Fox, P. Beighley, L. Deitch. Second Row: J. Thompson, J. Short, D. Johnson, C. Heasley, B. Artman, F. Liotga, M. Best, C. Kaufman, M. Short, B. Reese, A. Vonderkall, Mrs. Terwilliger, R. Richardson, C. Urik, R. Dimuzio, H. Toohey. Third Row: G. Smith, D. Ferguson, R. Lessig, A. Bonidy, G. Grant, J. Manley, S. Crawford, D. Marshall, R. Murray, S. Woodard, D. Belli, F. Rawson, D. Cappel, W. Horrell, L. Frederick. B. Hartman, B. Shaelfer. THE JUNIOR HIGH RED CROSS COUNCIL Seventh, eighth and ninth grades are included in this council. Two members, chosen from each room, meet regularly to plan different activities. Suggestions are re- layed to the section rooms by their represen- tatives. Miss Branthoover, their spnsor, guided them in their projects, among which were packing Christmas boxes for European children, knitting afghans, and the roll call. THE SENIOR HIGH RED CROSS COUNCIL This is one of the most worthy organi- zations of the school. Under the direction of Mrs. Terwilliger, it has worked to main- tain the humanitarian objectives of the Red Cross. This year's activities included the annual roll call and packing Christmas packages for children in war-torn coun- tries. Two representatives from each room, a boy and a girl, meet to discuss different projects. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First Row: R. Nicklus, E. Powell, E. Skohut, H. Olzewski, M. A. Mele, M. Solomon, M. Girardi. Second Row: L. Phillips, B. Eldot, R. Barniker, B. J. Borland, C. Moses, D. Mishtal, M. Kostick, M. Toney. J. Carnabucci, F. Piernik, M. Ccrvenak, A. M. Midock. Third Row: Mrs. Kuhn, I. Fritz, Z. McCollim, V. Walters, B. Greenwald, E. Svedi, F. Mortimer, A. Davis, A. Ross, P. Shank, Spillers, M. Hrabczuk, Nl. Rosenberger, D. Mancini, J. Riley, E. Marino, Miss Stuchell. Fourth Row: M. Mascari, D. Zaleski, M. Foy, A. Longo, B. Dorociak, D. Kunkle, M. Chestnut, A. McFadden. D. Shearer, J. Phillips, V. Huifman, R. Monaco. SCRIPT AND SCORE First Rowg N M. Johnson, N. Foulkrod, B. J. Connor, H. Faith, B. Borland, J. Romig, Miss Whitacre, Y. Shaner, P. A Taylor, I. Cupido, B. Jadot, D. Zamperini. Second Row: E. J. Raab, C. Kaufman, L. Deitch, M. Torok, B. Miller, B. Cassell, M. Howells, S. Searight, I. Cooper, J. Guinn, V. Lucas, M. Davis. Third Row: R. Wyant, F. Liotta, D. Keener, G. Conner, J. Zahradnik, R. Johnston, A. Capsambelis, E. Milli- gram, N. J. Graff. THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club has been reorganized this year under the capable sponsorship of Mrs. Kuhn, a newcomer to Ken Hi, and Miss Stuchell. It consists of all home economics students wishing to partici- pate in its various activities. In addition to their scheduled program of trips to Pitts- burgh and fashion shows, they also con- tributed to the Junior Women's Club Char- ity Bazaar and other similar helpful pro- jects. , M THE SCRIPT AND SCORE -Continuing its second successful year, the Script and Score presented the opera "Faust,, which proved popular with the audience. Under the leadership of Miss Whitacre, using the proceeds from the opera, the club went to Pittsburgh to see a professional opera performance. The mem- bers welcomed Mr. Oliver back from the Army by choosing him co-sponsor of the club. V ' f .Ji I . L . . J ' s 1 , 1 . 78 X U' MONITORS First Row: C. Fisher, S. Haddad, R. Lessig, R. Robson, J. Valentine, D. Rodriguez, J. Cooper. Second Row: P. Means, G. Grant, J. Short, Mr. Mooney, R. Johnston, G. Smith, J. Zahradnik. ' KENTONIAN First Row: E. Belli, J. Callender, D. Smith, J. Smith, R. Wyant, N. Graff, S. Ockner, D. Wise, S. Searight, B. Miller. B. Ream, S. J. Henry, E. Heasley, E. Stokes. Second Row: D. Zamperini, E. Weaw'er, A. A. Churchill, J. Romig, G. Henry, D. Fox, P. Lusk, Miss Russell, M. Bittcher, G. Rogow, V. Otiesh, T. Edwards, N. Waterman, E. Nemy, B. Mikesell. Third Row: G. Myers, S. Claster, P. Treasure, G. Tress, G. Armitage, M. Fisher, F. Davidson, D. Curry, C. Knapp, L. McKilIop, D. Adams, J. Goodhread, J. Sheffer. Fourth Row: P. Means, P. Lucci, C. Fitzgerald, W. Cartwright, J. Kronkoski, L. Bloom, D. Ormesher, A. Honick. THE MONITORS One of the most active cluhs in the school is the Monitors, sponsored by Mr. Mooney. It is these boys who supervise traf- fic in the halls, and help to keep confusion down to a minimum during the changing of classes. They also assist the students dur- ing fire drills and conduct the section rooms to their places when assemblies are held. A monitor is on duty every period to act as a messenger. THE KENTONIAN ':Our school exactly as it goesf' is the motto of the Kentonian, Ken I-Ii's news- paper, and the hard-working journalism students, who publish it. With the help of classroom reporters and their sponsor, Miss Russell, the stag of editors, feature writers, and artists endeavor to report and write up all happenings in the Held of sports and social and academic events of Ken I-li. 7 9 1 First Row: A. Honick, J. Valentine, S. Second Row: G. Farneth, G. Ashor, P. First Row: H. Tamburo, R. Lessig, W. Second Row: R. Robson, Mr. Batiste, Valentine. Third Row: M. Bodnar, R. Haser, G. THE ASSEMBLY STAFF These are the boys we like to see as we enter a classroom. Their presence means that a movie will be seen or recordings heard, for they are the ones in charge of the movie projector and phonograph. Operat- ing the public address system and other stage-hand duties are also part of the work of this group. The Assembly Staff is a non- social organization, headed by Mr. Jefferson. ASSEMBLY STAFF Haddad, D. Rodriguez, H. Kress. Means, J. Short, G. Smith, Mr. Jefferson. HI-Y Rowley, J. Short, J. Zahradnik, D. Powers. J. Cooper, H. Crawford, H. Toohey, G. Grant, D. Rodriguez, J. Smith, J. Spadaro, C. Fisher, G. Farneth, C. Best, P. Means. 80 THE HI-Y This boys, club, which stands out among the clubs of Ken Hi, is very closely affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. Sponsored by Mr. Batiste, it sends representatives to con- ventions, sponsors dances, and has a very good basketball team. Any senior boy is elig- ible to join in September or early spring. The initiation of these new members is the highlight of the year. BOARD OF ACTIVITIES , First Row: J. Veltri, Mr. Vorlage, Dr. Chapman, Mr. Weaver, Miss Boucher, M. A. Turner. Second Row: P. Dunn, C. Miller, H. Novaleski, H. Tamburo, F. George, V. Pisano, C. Kaufman, W. Yee. HANDBOOK First Row: A. Tomer, E. Puhalla, D. Smith, J. Maglicco, M. Best, J. Valentine. Second Row: G. Smith, Miss Armstrong, Miss Owen, R. Johnston, W. Bretthauer. THE BOARD OF ACTIVITIES This honorary organization is made up of class representatives. The Board meets twice a month to discuss problems of extra curricular activities. This year the Board of Activities cooperated with the College Club and the Guidance OH:ice in holding the Career Conference Night on November 8. The Board members also attended the Stu- dent Government Conference in Greens- burg on October 26 and 27. THE HANDBOOK STAFF A medal of honor to the Handbook staff and sponsors for their meritorous work in helping confused students adjust them- selves to life at Ken Hi during those first few weeks at school! The little red book, published annually by a small staff of stu- dents under the sponsorship of Miss Gwen and Miss Armstrong, contains information vital to teachers and pupils. VOCATIONAL BOARD OF ACTIVITIES P. Paul, J. Myslinski, A. Drewencki, R. Edwards, Mr. Black. V-NEWS STAFF First Row: W. Lingelbach, B. Smith, A. Curtis, Mrs. Griesemer, M. J. Kurtz, R. Beers, J. Myslinski. Second Row: F. Rapp, E. Saliba, J. Petras, D. McNutt, A. Drewencki, F. MacAninch, R. Perez. Third Row: J. Heller, J. Kedzierski, D. Kedzierski, R. McLaughlin, R. Modolc. VOCATION AL BOARD OF ACTIVITIES Governing all the student affairs day by day, is the Vocational Board of Activi- ties, a group of students elected by the stu- dent body. Mr. L. Black is the advisor of the group. Discussing and planning interest- ing activities for the students at regular meet- ings, they are very active in making pos- sible many of the athletic and social events of the Vocational School. A THE V-NEWS STAFF The English classes of the Vocational School have published the V-News for the past five years. The last three years there has been a "Service Corner Pagen in each of the eight publications. Under the super- vision of lVlrs. Griesemer, James Heller, editor, and Robert Perez, associate editor, the staff mails over one hundred copies each month to every Vocational serviceman whose address can be obtained. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row: Miss Walker, I. Cupido, S. Ockner, B. Jadot, M. A. Milberger, J. Mclntire, Miss Hawk. Second Row: E. Nemy, J. Moore, M. Sisley, P. Turner, I. Joseph, D. Paul, B. J. Myers. Third Row: M. A. Turner, V. Lucas, R. Betler, J. Baker, D. Nichols, H. Stanek, C. Miller. Fourth Row: B. J. Connor, P. Patterson, B. Cassel, M. Best, G. Factor, J. Valentine. Fifth Row: R. Lessig, J. Short, R. Robson, S. Haddad, G. Michael, J. Veltri. Sixth Row: G. Grant, A. Bonidy, R. Johnston, M. Bodnar, J. Zahradnik, R. Fontaine. Not pictured: Lawrence Garner. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Since the formation of the New Ken- sington chapter in 1925, the National Honor Society has upheld the ideals and character of this organization. The four qualities necessary for one to be elected into this club are character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The purpose of this society is to encourage those qualities in every student in the school. The sponsor is Miss Walker, and the treasurer, Miss Hawk. First semester officers were John Zahradnik, president, Ray Lessig, vice-president, and Betty Jean Connor, secretary. The second semester Ray Lessig served as president, Betty Jadot, vice-president, and Jean Mc- Intire, secretary. 83 TALEOKEN STAFF First Row: R. Wyant, S. Ockner, J. Baker, M. Best, B. Borland, Mr. Keiser, Miss Boucher, M. Bittcher, I Cupido, B. Greenwald, R. Barniker. Second Row: B. J. Connor, B. J. Myers, R. Betler, J. Goodbread, P. Turner, E. Nemy, P. Patterson, M Sisley, D. Zamperini, B. Jadot. Third Row: H. Kress, G. Factor, C. Fisher, A. Bonidy, R. Johnston, G. Grant, J. Zahradnik. THE TALEOKEN STAFF Editor-in-Chief ...... ...., R alph Johnston Co-Editor ........,..... .....,......,..............,,,. ...... I r ene Cupido Associate Editors ,..... ., Betty Jane Myers, Patricia Patterson Business Manager ,..,. ....... G eorge Factor Athletic Editor ...,. ..... C harles Fisher Assistant Editors .......................,....,.....,............,.,...,.,..,.., ....,..,, A ustin Bonidy, Gerald Grant, John Zahradnik, Betty Jean Connor, Reta Betler, Peggy Turner, Edna Nemy, Martha Sisley, Retta Wyant, Sylvia Qclcner, Jean Baker, Marilyn Best, Betty Borland, Rita Barnilcer. Photographer ..... ,. ........ Howard Kress Artists ..,.. ,..., S enior Art Classes Typists .... .,.. ,.,.,...,....,....,, , , . .,.......,..,......,.............,.... ..... D olores Zamperini, Jean Mclntire, Mae Bittcher, Betty Greenwald, Joan Goodhread, Betty Jadot. Advisers ............. ..... L ucretia Boucher, John L. Keiser 84 The Taleolcen editors, Ralph and Irene, stucly the dummy of the coming year book. Martha, George, Patricia, and Jennie sort the small pictures. ff I' fi so X Q ll K., The Taleolcen Staff awaits the dawning of an in spiration for a theme idea of their book Rita, Jean, and Reta further the completion of E-tix x fig the year book. K XSAN L x fi ntl ! RM A 3 ? ,fy K, 4, f A Qf 1' ' 3 ,-Z i-m':4f" ff" EN -M' f--x ' Qfttlefacg 04 M W x X J Q xmygl f ' xg X X , 'ffgxifxq R I -, i Kgkkk P 'f N if 4 5 . D 5, W RX X of RW Q 0 xg Xb 09W jf ,mul mm nv si VN HI Left to right: Mr. Slosky, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. Gibson, Mr. Jefferson. C oaches Mr. Fletcher, head football coach, who has just completed eight years at the controls of the Red and Black grid machine, finished a very successful season in 1945. Coach Gibson was less fortunate from a numerical point of view because he was working with a group of inexperienced boys, but he turned in a fine job in his first year as basketball coach here at Ken Hi. The prospects for next year are very promising. Mr. Slosky also coaches football and basketball. Mr. Jeffer- son is in charge of equipment. Mr. Glock is athletic director and supervises the entire athletic program. In addition, Mr. McCandless coaches junior high basket- ball and Mr. Dunn, baseball. 88 aff-Jaf,'.fKvWS' V. Lucas, D. Smith, H. Toohey, B. Borland, B. Jadot. Cheerleaders X Cm 4 . Flag Twirlers and Baton Twirlers J X' 4 Front: C. Urik. Second Row: C. Park, B. Fox, N. M. johnson. K. janibagian, M. Torok. 89 L.. X RCS' 1. WE? isp W! First Row: R. Chiodo, A. Ofiesh, C. Phillips, I. Moyes, K. McBride, M. George, L. Spana, J. Lavic, C. Frye, V. Pisano, F. Henry, A. Kotowski, G. Churchill, W. Horrell. Second Row: W. Yee, L. Feroce, B. Schrecengost, N. Polas, R. Simon, E. Roifol, R. Newman, H. Novaleski, J. Veltri, F. George, F. Green, C. Latek, C. France, H. Vestrand, R. Tamburo, H. Tamburo. Third Row: M. Shamey, C. Moses, T. Ciancutti, W. Fisher, J. Cooper, R. Murray, D. Powers, T. Wareham, 1. Crouse, J. Engler, W. Bowser, W. Thrower, R. Kozikowski, B. Richardson. Q' . Footloall Team 0.0 Q. lb The 1945 gridiron squa fares entQs1aQ5c praise for the impressive rec- ord they established this sea jThey won all ames on their W. P. I. A. L. schedule. The Kensters wer sed as the under in the majority of their games, but they possessed that cerda light that enabbsl team to be in the winning column. Having defeated heduled W. P. .A L. class AA opponents, they earned the right to play the c t rang Do rgdl ven for the championship. The Kenmen met defeat in this tiltgh Xin soalgiffii at St. Vincenfs College. Harry Tamburo scored our only touclmfn. Qfri played outstanding football all season, along with Harry Nova ffand N Kotowski. Ray Newman was a pillar of strength in the Red and Black line. The whole squad won acclaim for their playing not only locally but throughout the valley. 90 A tense moment during the Shadyside game. One of many thrilling scenes at the Redstone Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken 6 .,.... ..4.,...... ......A...,..,.,. game. Footlnau ,Scores George , ...,...2X4X,xg.,.,...Brownsvi1le .......Qgg........Vanclergrift ort Cat ?1C Shadyslde .........Scott K Donora 91 aisifxf Oh, for another touchdown at that North Catholic gamelii The opening game of the season with St. George's Legan Ken High,s successful season Beneath the hot sun, Ken Higlfs faithful followers witness another victory at Shadyside 93 Baslcetlbal l VARSITY First Row: J. Bray, J. Doyle, J. Shaeffer, J. Veltri, C Fisher, M. Bailey, M. Bodnar. Second Row: J. Lavick, S. Woodard, E. Snyder, R. Edwards, R. Johnson, . Vestrand, D. Allison. madf JAYVEES First Row: D. Cappcl, I. Moyes, J. Arabia, W. Walls. Second Row: J. Falnon. D. Ferguson, B. Schrecen- gost, D. Belli, D. Powers, W. Scott. RIDGE AVENUE JUNIOR HIGH Fxrs! Row: J. Shaffer, R. Hall, R. Ciancutti, R Kozikowski, J. Bosso, A. Berardone, G. Benny Egli. Row: H. Barnes, R. Carvin, F. Woodward Ross, N. Hoglund, R. Howlett, R. Crouse Howe, T. Brown, H. Bennett. TRADE SCHOOL First Row: R. Artman, R. McLaughlin, L. Fontana F Albert, J. Tony. Second Row: H. Haught, J. Lewis, W. Hollier, R Hulton, R. McLaughlin. Baslcethall W Starting the season without a .single letterman from the previous year, Coach Gibson developed a team that went through the schedule with as successful a record as could be expected under the conditions. The young, inexperienced squad and the changing of systems were factors to be considered. This year's training will definitely show results next year as most of the squad are undergraduates. Most of the games were closely contested and the interest and loyalty dis- played by the studentsivfas' indeed gratifying. Ken Hi should be back in its stride in another year. i 95 Ken Hi 29 Ken Hi Z1 Ken Hi Z9 Ken Hi 3 3 Ken Hi 23 Ken Hi 3 Z Ken Hi 39 Ken Hi 3 5 Ken Hi 34 Ken Hi 44 Ken Hi 24 Ken Hi Z4 Ken Hi Z4 Ken Hi 30 Ken Hi 41 Ken Hi 28 Ken Hi 63 Ken Hi 14 Ken Hi 30 Ken Hi 38 Ken Hi 42 Ken Hi 37 23: Unfinished VARSITY Vandergrift Donora Freeport Springdale Greensbur fig! 36 ........Duquesniff 43 Springdal H .......Ken l'E?mni 33 ....,.,.Ford ,.,.....Kittan ' .......,VandEQ-xgt Butler f ......,.Arnold 33 .,..,...Donora 66 ' Har-Brac .......Ford City Freeport Kittanning .......Butler Arnold Har-Brac St. Joseph Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge Ridge RIDGE Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue Avenue JAYVEES 3 5 Ken Hi 36' ...,.... .,.,.........,,.. .,..,.. V a ndergrift 40 Ken Hi Z3 ,.,...... ..... D onora Q en Hi 35 ........ Freeport f' n Hi 20 ,..,,.,.. Springdale Z7 ...,.,,.. Greensburg 42 Ke 3 20 ...,..,. Duquesne Ken ' 25 ..,...... Springdale 5 1 46 Ken i 36 ...4..,. Ken Juniors 30 Ken A 49 ,,....... Ford City 29 Ke l 1 34 ,........ ....,,. V andergrift FQ i 14 ......... Kittianning X i 26 ,....,. But er 1 4 1 Hi 29 4,,,,... Arnold CFR - V gg,-gkj n H1 26 ........ Donora ,,.-5138 Defi' Ren Hi Z4 ........ ., ..... Har-Brac 17 Hi 33 i.,..... .4 ...... Ford City 31 Ken Hi 47 ......... Freeport 48 Ken Hi 3 7 ......,.. H. Kittanning 41 Ken Hi 34 ...,.... Butlefd 33 Ken Hi 37 .,.......,.. Arno Ken Hi 26 .....,........ Har-Brac AVENUE JUNIOR HIGH 3 5 ..,,........,.,....... ...... N atrona 18 21 ....,,... . ..,... Natrona 23 22 .,....... . ..,... East Deer 8 32 ......... ....,... E ast Deer 13 5., .....,. ......... S tewart 19 16 .....,.. . ....,. Stewart 25 16 ..,..,.. . ..,.. Arnold 17 17 ..,..,.., . ..... Arnold 9 40 ...,..... , .4... Springdale ZZ 23 .,....... , ...... Springdale 21 30 ......... . ...... Oakmont 15 25 ......... .....,.. O akmont 16 Z3 ..,..,.., . ..,... Main Street 3 1 36 ..,...... ....,.,. M ain Street 43 24 ........ .,...... H -Y 14 P gf I st " ' if Joe Veltri, senior president, chooses his place on That long trek from 401. the ballot as Mr. Vorlage holds the box. Hold that pose, Martha, Lunch can wait. Our commander-in-chief--Mr. Weaver. Taking senior ring orders is a big job, Ask Miss Taylor or Betty Jane Myers. 97 14.1 Frances and Marion are laughing at something, but obviously not the assembly program. Ken I-li's Big Brothers together. The lathes are kept turning by Trade School's future machinists. 98 Everybody makes a clash when the 11:47 bell rings. and Big Sisters get They clon,t look as if they were concentrating on Football tactics. CENTRAL DRUG STORES "Famous for Low Prices" New Kensington, Pa. This Book is Bouncl ina KINGSKRAFT COVER Kingsport Tennessee Consoliclafion Coal Company RENTON MINE Modern Cleaning and Preparation Plant for STOKER AND EGG COAL O CALL YOUR NEW KENSINGTON DEALER Plan Your Future Take time to train for permanent employ- ment. There is no short cut to success. New Kensington Commercial School 859 Fifth Ave. Phone New Kensington 434 VIOLINS REPAIRED All Stringed Instruments Repaired and Reconditioned Good Quality Work at Moderate Prices John E. Wingrove Phone 2094-J 1337 Taylor Ave. New Kensington 99 ',::0.-.-:,:::.f::'::.-:,,:::::: A -:::: - - -: Compliments of Westmoreland Transportation Co. Ralph M. Paris, Manager COMPLIMENTS of Compliments of W. T. GRANT CO. Department Stores 849 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. WEAR - EVER WEAR EVER WW TRADE MARK 5 Frank Condelli, Tailor Phone 677 Suits Made to Measure 1Vlen's ancl Boys, Wear Compliments of Jordan Millinery Fm-5 Glazed 54 Remodeled Fourth Avenue at Tenth Street Cleaning 1032 Fifth Ave. New Kensington New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of H. A. KLINGENSMITH -85 SONS Hardware and Sporting Goocls 912 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. 100 THIE MUSIC BOX BURLEY SHOES CLASSICAL AND POPULAR RECORDS Thirty Years of Music and Musical Instruments Dependable Shoe Service Radios and Phonographs 1019 Fifth Avenue Phone 1756 839 FIFTI-T AVENUE New Kensington, Pa, New Kensington, Pa. Dom The Hatter Compliments of Mickey Demma's Fruit Market Meds Hs's and Fusnsshsngs choices Fruits and vegefaines Corner 10th and 5th 85ireIi Detlvelxy Cliff VC. Compliments of MODEL FRUIT MARKETS s'If It's On The Market-It's Ar The Model" New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of New Kensington Typewriter Co. Herman,s Nut Gifts Greeting Cards Typewriters and Office Suppiies HOME OF FR OSTY MALT 931 Fifth Avenue Phone 1665 Compliments of THE 'ALLEGHENY VALLEY INDUSTRIAL UNION COUNCIL We Congratu1ate You, The Future Citizens of America May You Go On to Bigger and Better Achievements 101 HAVE THE DISPATCH DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME Allegheny Valley,s Greatest Newspaper Buy KEYSTONE PRODUCTS Your Patronage Will Be Appreciatecl Call 666 For Home Service Our Store 329 Sixth Avenue THELMA GERMAIN FINE MILLINERY A WlRTH'S HAMILTON 86 ALTER Compliments of Grain-Feed-Flour HERMAN AUTO ELECTRIC t COMPANY 226 Main Street Phone 67 506 Eighth Street Phone 211 New Kensington, Pa- New Kensington, Pa. C 1. f PEERLESS CLEANING CO. omp iments o . ' Quality THE V 84 M STORE Cleaners and Dyers Phone N. K. 540 Parnassus' Pa' 1126 Fifth Ave. New Kensington, Pa. PILAT 86 LITZ Since 1910 Garage MYERS FURNITURE CO. 1420 5th Ave. Phone 270 838 Fifth Avenue 24 Hour Towing Service New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of PENN TRANSIT COMPANY Leechburg, Pa. 1 101 -:::,:::: :::,::.-.-- L. G. BALFCUR CO Attleboro Massachusetts C Q,-.,-.,-,, ,00'0,,.r.f,-4-.,.r.f,,',,.fs,,,,,,,,-,f ,'., Q ,,,., O-'.',' Class Rings and Pins Diplomas - Personal Cards Commencement Invitations - : ::,-:,f.,::::::::: .-., ...,,: : ::::,,.,,,-,-4-,,fs's' Represented by- C. M. KLINGENSMITH 424 Greenhurst Drive Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh 16, Penna. A::.-,,:: frr.,-:::: A.-::,:::::,,,,::: HH A A A A A A A A A A A A A A-A A A A A A A A A A A- ::::::::.-::::::.,::.-Q.-:f-::,::::':: PERR BROTHERS We Sell Nationally Known Merchandise Only Monroe Clothes-Arrow Shirts-Mallory Hats interwoven Hose-Arrow Underwear-AShirtcraft Pajamas Logan Bank Building Compliments of Eazer Confectionery Store Shepard Bldg. Phone Z2 SHEPARD 86 COMPANY Real Estate Corner Seventh St. and Fifth Avenue Mortgages Phone 9820 Since 1892 New Kensington, Pa Phone 474 Phone 585 LElI'I16I1dOl3,S Market Quality Groceries Q . .. t W A l Fruit and Produce mar eating ppare 8Q4 Fourth Avenue Fourth Avenue New Kensington, Pa HARMONY HARMONY SHORT SHORT LINE LINE Telephone 222 Lucy Plewa, Mgr. Compliments of WAINWRIGHTSS, Inc. TURNER Millinery Underwear Dresses Hosiery Curtains BOOK STORE Clearfield Furs 936 Fourth Ave. New Kensington, Pa. 919 Fifth Avenue, New Kensington, Pa Compliments of 703 Fifth Avenue Phone 2625 vvvvvvvvvvvvv- ,v',---------- IU-I Sincere Best Wishes to Graduates of 1946 United Sfeelworkers of America, Local No. 302 New Kensington, Penna. Sam Nealer, President Frank W. Hill, Vice President Mildred Green, Recording Secretary Albert Gerardi, Financial Secretary John P. Balla, Treasurer Fred Matthews, John Chmiel, Trustee Ted Beal, Trustee Tom W. Davis, Trustee Amin Khalil, Guide Joseph Mangone, Sergeant at Arms Plant Chairman George Brothers 86 Co. "Flowers" Harold L. Walley Insurance-Real Estate A11 Kinds Nex' Door to Liberty Theater 205-6 Broad Bldg. New Kensington C0mP1imeUfS of DIAMOND TRANSFER AUTENREITH'S DOLLAR Y and STORE STORAGE COMPANY 924 Fourth Ave. New Kensington 1004 Stanton Avenue New Kensington Auto V SPORTING PARTS ' GOODS Guns d , F' 11' T k1 an ,An Skaiingniquigmznt ACCESSORIES I Archery Tackle 3461. 1 H-hs' 201 9th Street at the Bridge Compliments of E. R. Hayes Appliances 847 Fourth Avenue Phone 4580 New Kensington, Pa. QUINIO'S Hair Wave Sculpturing 'Exclusive Methods Patentedl' Room 205-207 First National Bldg. Phone 4612 New Kensington, Pa. MILLER BROTHERS 908 Fifth Avenue SHOES I-IOSIERY New Kensington's Largest Shoe Store 'I 'I 'U 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 105 I 'I 'I 'I 'I J como sTuDl0 5519 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ghadysidet an I t " X. , 3 - :tv QFFICIAL PHCTOGRAPHERS For 1946 100 912 Fourth Avenue, Musical Instruments and Supplies We Teach All Instruments Music and Art Center COOPER BROTHERS Dispensers of Happiness New Kensington Art Glass 86 Mirror Works J. B. PIEMME, Prop. Art Glass, Mirrors, Beveling and Resilvering Plate and Window Glass Phone 291-J Cor. Stanton 66 Walnut M. J. STEINER ' "Say It With Flowers" 847 Fifth Avenue Phone 70-J KENNY'S TOG SHOP New Kensington, Pa. THE JOHNSTON CO. Sheet Metal Work Roofing-Repairing Heating 6th Ave. 66 8th St. New Kensington, Pa. Phone 340 4 Compliments of Robson's Bakery Freeport St. Phone 4210 Compliments of Guiney 86 Walley Real Estate and Insurance New Kensington, Pa' 755 Fifth Avenue Phone 590 W. R. GOTT Compliments of G. C. MURPHY Arnold, Pa. The Big Store on the Corner Electrical Appliances' 5: to 31.00 and and Furniture Selected Items Congratulations Dan ' E to SKYLINER BARBEQUE Nigh5"'g,c,g5ggg Graduating Leechburg Road Sunday Class formerly Clawson's Owned and Operated by Childs Restaurant 107 ::::,: : : COMPLIMENTS of Federation of Glass, Ceramic ancl Silica Sand Workers of America Local No. 17 Arnold, Pennsylvania . . 0 O - "UNITED WE STAND-DIVIDED WE FALL" 108 Greetings and Best Wishes to the Graduates from Local No. 602, General Electric Workers Union 669m,aw1o amcmzh S' 2 E 2 E ,sf W ig A Store of Values Shop J. C. PENNEY CO. 825 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. STORIVFS HOSIERY SHOP For Gift Items Hosiery-Gloves--Purses Costume Jewelry-1-Iancllcerchiefs Lingerie-Pajamas 945 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. Kopper Kettle Tea Room 414 Tenth Street New Kensington, Pa. PARNASSUS NEWS Ice Cream Molds for All Occasions 359 Main St. Phone 1045 Compliments of Silverman's Drug Store Main and Fourth Streets l Compliments of Pollack's Furniture New Kensington, Pa, 1101 Fourth Avenue Phone 1854 J. S. Patti and Son, Tailors Good Luck I for Class of 1946 Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cleaning MEAN'S MARKET 857 Thirlgltiivgrfleand Pressgllinqe 4539 1300 Leishman Avenue Phone 9821 Compliments of A L EX S LOA N 943 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of ROGOW'S MARKET 355 Main Street New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of Andy's Restaurant Francis C. Datres, Mgr. 302 Ninth St. New Kensington, Pa. Omer Miller Hair Stylist Alter Building Compliments of Levitt Bros. Dependable Furniture New Kensington-Vandergrift Compliments of I'Ierb's Diner New Kensington, Pa. Jerome Motor G. M. Trucks--Olclsmobile-Cadillac Corner Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue Phone 2448 New Kensington Compliments of ARNOLD LUMBER CO. Morris Miller New Kensington's Largest Men's Store 949 Fourth Avenue Sykes Tire Service 7th St. and 6th Ave. New Kensington, Pa. Shoralls Tea Room "The Best Place in Townv For Home-Made Ice Cream Lunches and Candy Angel 55 Cervone Tailors Ladies' and Gents' Tailoring 74g Fifth Avenue New Kensington, P CLOVER FARM STORES FRANK MONACO We specialize in Meats and Fresh Vegetables -Also- Bird's Eye Frozen Foods NU-KEN CANDY 81. CIGAR CO. Candies and Candy Novelties for Every Season 647 Fifth Avenue Phone 1810 O A- --- -AA ...... ,------ p.'--- ---- .. ----A - A---AA '0--- I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I I I 'I 'I 'I - Y ::::,,,:: I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I I :I If 'I 'I I 'I 'I I I I 'I 'I I I I I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I I If I I I I I I --A-,--,,,------,- LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY New Kensington Phone 640 Tarentum Phone Z4 The Lumber Store of the Valley Compliments of MEADOW GOLD DAIRY INC. Call N. K. 963-964 , X E 1 Ahlu Nw Xlmsinqkonjq. Better Values in Smarter Fashions CLARK'S Beautiful SHOES Tailor T1-ed 940 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa. ARCHIE MILLER UNITED CLEANING CC. Edw. J. Mui-tha, Mgr. Certified Oclorless Cleaning 419 Tenth Street Phone 315 Compliments of E. van AMERINGEN For Better 1VIen'5 Wear 412 Ninth Street New Kensington, Pa. Phone 1471-72 Phone 170 964 Fifth Avenue Mortgages General Insurance A iii Real Estate EASLEY FLORISTS 101 McCargo Street Phone 2049-.1 New Kensington, Pa. Compliments of ADAM'S MARKET 930 Seventh Street Phone 1360 Compliments of PARNASSUS ICE COMPANY Compliments of ZINAMON'S 972 Fifth Avenue New Kensington - ::::, - - ::::.,,::::::.f.-::: :.-.-:f:v-.-::, :v-4-:::.f.,.+,-v-.-,:,,-, ,". 1 gt I 1 be The Fashion First Store lzvr - -Z. For Smart Fashions and Accessories Headquarters for "Calling All Girlsn Coats, Suits ancl Dresses BLOSER'S OFFICIAL JEWELERS TO KEN HI 960 Fourth Avenue GREETINGS TO NEW KENSINGTON HIGH SCHOOL from Spring and Foundry Workers Local Union No. 1323 New Kensington, Pennsylvania A C. I. O. Affiliate Frank Dudelc, Treasurer Congratulations Seniors from The Audrey Ann Studios of Dancing Helen Schultz Nevling, Directress Congratulations and Best XVishes To The Class of 1946 FACTOR'S The Valleyis Most Distinctive Night Spot Route 56 Cheswick, Pa. Phone 428 112 Mf 0:1 Milf wjglf


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