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

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I X f 6 ,lb leoken, P bl 11 H by THE SENIOR CLASS NEW KENSINCTON HIGH QCHOOI N W Kensinqto Q P yl 755 Szrmf his year the Taleoken Staff has en- deavored to bring to the students of Ken Hi a year book which will pre- serve priceless memories oi this past school year for future days. The theme of our book, as you have probably al- ready observed, is a three-act play with the school taking the first act. In Act I We bring before you the three groups of our fundamental school life-the board of education, the faculty, the classes. Act ll unfolds the story of organizations and activities-those events which add zest to everyday school life. Act Ill attempts to recreate the thrills, satisfactions or dis- appointments oi the many athletic con- tests. Each act portrays a different phase .1 . 1 f,. ,f e. .tl t tlgt N t I t Gupte-nfs' in- of school life. The best student character participates in the scenes of Act l to the extent of his ability and in the scenes of Acts ll and HI as his inclinations, talents, and opportunities make possible. The play is being presented by the Seniors of New Kensington High School. The prin- cipal actors and actresses are the stud- ents of Ken Hi. Our play has been pro- duced by the Taleoken Staff and directed by the advisors. Due to the existing eco- nomic condition, our play has no extra- ordinary pageantry, but We have done our best under such a condition and We sincerely hope you will enjoy the per- formance. it ' ti N 1 f 1, ti, . S Vllt ' I 'It 4X 0 Ut , It T it ll lu tl t' tl! if t 1 it 41: 75+ 1 lliuu 'T if 4 t , -Q ' , til,:t 1 , LL. " xl. wt. lil.. tl lit, I r I it -Li-:hh .-.:. IM, tx lt., tv gl N it tt t T tit tt tl, t t . T ' ,I ill It Z' "Att t All t V X xl :I tl if 'mill 1 I 'l f W X W 1 t, I ,l-t I' t f it .it it tt I tu! 1 Hal Q :ul J tt ll. mi lt lil all. A l lin lt Y I ' , 4' l ' ' ,ff Q I N M5 QM mm 7-A6 SUCAOG' fy Actl SCENE I -ADMINISTRATION SCENE II -FACULTY SCENE III-A-SENIORS ELET-TCITIIORES FRESHMEN U c'f1JJf4Ef1 and Cjigaifug 6160724 Act SCENE IACLUBS SCENE II-TI-IE TALEOKEN STAFF azlfz Q5 zlfczi. Act III SCENE IfBAND, MAIORETTES, CHEERLEADERS, AND COACHES SCENE IIAFOOTBALL SCENE III -BASKETBALL SCENE IV-BASEBALL, TRAC AND I TENNIS, 1 H I Suu ll +11 . lc , l hum wvx-L IW- A l44.Mdl14,31Lw- X, 1 Y w 2 ,QW 1 ,,i:,,::5 - A at uf' ' fir, Act 0116 7715 Schcfcrf f W N lfl 1i1I'6L' SCCIICS W QF 1? mf Qi X Q , ,.,.. h, , by iff' V3 IF k ht-X xii! A I 1, ,t :I .3 X x w--' 'fb 71 J' .M . M W ff fr, f W ri WWW wwwxwx 2 ' W 5 MW ff ff xx?l X W XX N M Qf A f fr Baan! of Zcfucalian Seated: Mr. Blackburn, Dr. Vonderheid, Mr. Kronkoski, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Patterson, Mr. Daughen- baugh, Mr. Vaughan. Standing: Mr. McKean, Miss Mazur, Dr. Chapman. The Board ot Education is comprised of a group ot civic-minded men who meet regularly to discuss the financial and personnel problems in the New Kensington schools. Their job also includes making many decisions and help- ing to solve the problems involving the interest and welfare ot the student body. They have given their time generously to see that the boys and girls ot this city receive the proper schooling. We, the class ot l948, Wish to acknowledge a debt ot gratitude to the Board of Education, Having attended the New Kensington schools for twelve years, we realize how much we owe to these men tor their highly appreciated ettorts. The members of the board are Mr. Cecil Fisher, president, Mr. Iames Pat- terson, lr., vice-president, Mr. A. F. Daughenbaugh, treasurer, Mr. E. H. Black- burn, Mr. F. E. Kronkoski, Mr. C. H. Vaughan, lr., and Dr. C. G. Vonderheid, lr. Miss Veronica Mazur is secretary and Mr. Frank McKean, solicitor. Dr. E. T. Chapman is superintendent of schools. S 8 Congratulations to the Class oi 1948. I wish for each oi you success and happiness in the years to come. May you carry Ken Highs banner high as you go iorih io new adven- tures. E. T. Chapman 9 For several years you have been looking forward with eager interest to the time when you would be seniors. Well,f- here you are, ready tor graduation on May 25th, 1948. A high school education is not a guarantee of success in lite, but it goes a long, long Way in that direction. You are now in the enviable position ot being a Ken High graduate, but there will be thousands of other high school graduates this year. Look about you thoughtfully and choose wisely in the Work you now undertake. Then give to that Work the best that is in you. In this Way and in this Way only can you achieve success. My most earnest good Wishes go with you. H. B. Weaver 10 Puma MISS BOUCHEH MR. MILLER Dean of Girls Prmcipcll of Vocational School MR. IOHNSON MR. SISLEY Ll1JUl'VlSUI'UfL:1U111U1'1lUIY Ciludeu I-'11r1u1pu1 ol Iuruor High School l I aww, H. Armstrong I. Armstrong Batiste Baughrnan Black Branthoover Burnett Casiilo Crouse Eiges HAZEL ARMSTRONG IOHN BATISTE Civics Bookkeeping iOHN ARMSTRONG M. M. BAUGHMAN Geography, Business Aritinnctic History i. L. BLACK WILMA BRANTHOOVER Mathematics, Economics History, Geography T. A. BURNETT MARTHA B. CROUSE History English CATHERINE CASILLO DOROTHY EIGES Commercial Education History, Guidance Not Pictured: Saui Danovitz Drafting 12 , , - " --1. jg .lv YV. .- K ff ,f Q, Rami . 1 fw - fr " 'Ky - A M. P. FRAZTER Patrernmakina FLORENCE EWTNG Library DONALD FLETCHER Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics, Shop I. A. GIBSON Science, Health Physical Education CARL GLOCK . . MARY GOSETTI Health, Physical Education, F 4 1 Athletic Director Pnqhsh' Spanish RUTH GREISEMER FRED W. HERLINGER Enqlish, Library Chemistry DQRQTHY HARTER CHARLES A. HEYMERS Mathematics MUf'hif1P Sh0P ll 1948 Ewinq Fletcher Frazier Gibson Glock Gosetti Grieserner Harter Herlinger Heymers Qacul Hood Horner Ietterson Kaiser Klinke Kordes Laub Mathison Matisko Mooney CATHERINE HOOD WILLIAM IEFFERSON English, Latin Science, Visual Education ROSE HOHNER IOHN L. KEISER Mathematics, History Commercial Education ALICE KLINKE C. M. KORDES English, Dramatics, Speech Commercial Education IIIIDA H. LAUF3 IOHN MATISKO Art Bioloay, Aqrirultiirv IANET MATHISON YVALTER MOONEY Bioloay Plano Geometry, Guidancfe 14 lESSlE B. MOORE HENRY l. NALBACH Sociol Studies Electricity MIRIAM MOORE FRANK OLIVER Commercial Education Bond, Orchestra GENEVIEVE OLMER SADIE l. OWEN Sewing English ROSEMARIE PASCARETTA KENNETH PFEIFFER Health, Physifol Eclurvcrtion Distributive Education LA RUE PATTERSON DARIS PHILLIPS French, Eriqlish Health t 15 19448 I. Moore M. Moore Nulboch Oliver Olmer Owen Poscorettu Patterson Pfeiffer D. Phillips l l GC M. Phillips Remy Rinqhoffer Rorobrluqh Russell Stow Stuchell Taylor Terwilliger Upton MARY VIOLA PHILLIPS lOSEPH I. RINGHOFFER Global Geography Hisiory, German O. I. REMY ALlCE RORABAUGH Machine Shop Prorciice Lcxiin MARTHA E. RUSSELL MINNIE B. STOW English Commercial Education MARGARET M. STUCHELL HELEN TERWILLIGER Foods English TANE TAYLOR FRED I. UPTON Enqlish Relcrled Drafiinq, Theory I6 XsJ3 GEGRGE VEITCI-I MARlE WALKER History Mmhemfxtics W. L. VORLAGE FT. ll, WALTER ffommenrcicxl Eduvction Svlenwo R. E. WARNER EMOG-ENE WHITACRE Mathematics, Srie-nce Choral Director 17 1948 Veitch Vorlcrqe Walker Walter Warner Whltczcre Semelaued amf fVW1,4e4 Crumley Kennedy Kurtz Manninq Mclzur Milouskus Milberqel Miller W? if ff WWZSPJ' DOROTHY D, CRUMLEY MARY IANE KURTZ School Nurse Secreiory RUTH I. KENNEDY LYDIA MANNING School Nurse Secretory VERONICA MAZUR MATHILDA MILAUSKAS Secretory to School District Secretory MARY ANN MILBFRGRR CAROL MILLER Secretory Sfsfrfltrrry 18 "Tony" linqler pitrliina liay tor the mattresses at Band Vamp while lolin Bonk, lolinnle lverson anal Vernon Bradley hold the baa. At last We'll be able io see the outside world. Mrs. Crumlcy and Miss Kennedy supervise all the sfltool health work. The lrardfworkina ancl very stucli-me: D. lf, rlass, The members of the Monitor Staff are enjoying a good laugh. Our Cafeteria turns out delicious food, just look at Miss Vv'alker's trayl IO 61.244 af 1942 Seated: V, Pisano, C. Best, A. Rucci, F. Marotti. Standing: Mr. Kordes, Mrs. Klinke, Miss Walker. SENICR CLASS OFFICERS President .,........,.,... ,....,.,,.,......,..,.,.,....,......,.............,.,.....,....,....,.,..., ...........,.. C h arles Best Vice-President ......... ,,,............. A lfonso Rucci Secretary ..........,..... .....,.......... .,.,.. ..,.....,.,,.,.,..,........., V i n cent Pisano Treasurer ...,. ..,............,..,,,..,.....,...................,..,..,.,.,............... F rank Marotti Advisers .. .,....,.,.,. Mr. Kordes, Mrs. Klinke, Miss Walker Little did we realize that the four best years of our lives would pass so swiftly. lt seems that only yesterday we had our first class name, freshmen. Soon we became acquainted with the new arrivals from Parnassus in our sopho- more year. At first the old feuds arose, but most of them disappeared by the time the Stewart School juniors joined us in 1946. We worked together selling candy, magazines, and pencils, in order to sponsor the most important event of our career, the Prom. The summer days, filled with joyous activities moved on. How incred- bile it seemedg only nine months of Ken-Hi re- mained. And now, slowly, the responsibilities and pleasures of being a senior dawned on us. We were a part of the most important happen- ings: senior pictures, class rings, name cards, announcements, special assemblies, and of course, many exams. The worry and practice for Class Day, that it would turn out just right, and the exclusiveness of the Senior Private kept us well aware of the fact that we would soon be leaving these familiar halls. Before we knew it our last day had comeyllaleoken day and Prom day in all its splendor. Graduation is now only two weeks away, and we realize all that those four years meant to us. We realize, too, that we can never relive them, but we will al- ways retain the memories. Seniau Abraham Achenne C. Adams L. Adams Alkire Allen Armani Armitage Armstrong Artman E. Austin G. Austin Bailey Baker E. Baldwin E. Baldwin Barch Barham GLORIA D. ABRAHAM -"Cokey" . . . fond memorics of the BEVERLY ARTMAN-Classical Course . . . ardent football fan junior Prom . . . always seen with "Too Too" and "Pea- . . . enjoys dancing and sewing . . . makes frequent trips nuts" . . . wants to be a temperature taker. to Pittsburgh . . . Taleoken Staff, College Club. GEORGE ACHENNE-Prefers study hall . . . General Course ELEANOR AUSTIN--Erthusiastic football supporter . . . still . . . claims big game hunting as his hobby twildlifeftj . . . sighing over the Vandergrift game . . . has special fond- prefers vacations . . . "Muss." ness for a blue Ford from Natrona Heights. CELESTE ADAMSwHappiest in lab . , . dancing and ice skat- GLORIA A. AUSTIN-General Course . . , Commercial Club . . . ing her loves , . . can't forget a certain student band direc- "Al" . . . hobbies-sewing and eating . . . heart interest tor at Pitt . . . Classical Course. is P. L .... likes rapid calculation. LLOYD W. ADAMSA-'Relished the corsage battle of "47" . . . ALMA BAILEY!-Trifl-li-Y, Leaders Club . . . remembers the Al Iolson fan . . . plans to be a baker . . . likes strictly Freshman Prom . . . dreams of California . . . has special Q smooth music . . . "Whiskers." interest in the football team . . . Miss Moore, her favorite. RUSSELL ALKIRE-General Course . . . Wintersville, Ohio's, BRUNO BAKER-Formerly attended Trade School , , , favorite Qiff T0 Ken Hi - - - finds TYPUIQ IHOST 9UlOYC1blG - - - likes subject, science . . . wishes to become a baker . . . prefers football. playing pool . . . remembers trying not to be late. DONALD ALLENflnterested in swimming and hunting . . EDNA VERN BALDWIN7HOme EC Club , , , gnjoys Sewing "DOH" - - - likes GQUCUITUTG 13951 Of GH his Subjects . . class . . . Commercial Course . . . spends her spare time future undecided . . . General Course. reading . . . future undecided, but happiest when with Ray. NORA ARMANlfActually likes all her classes . . . Commer- ELOYD BALDWlNf"Lex" . . . General Course . . . plans to at- cial Course . . . hardworking member of the Bark Staff tend college . . . Veterans Club . . . ex-service man . . . . . . will make someone a very competent secretary. 209 . . tall and pleasant. GLORlA ARMITAGE-"Gloria Gooseby" to her friends . . . VlRGlNlA BARCH-Hails from Vandergrift . . . ardent football plans to soothe feverish brows . . . cherishes her junior fan . . . "Honey" . . . Tri-l-li-Y, secretary of Home Ec Club year . . . lives for vacations and Center College. . . . enjoys Al folson . . . future designer. SCOTT ARMSTRONG-Promising fellow, "Scottie" . . . spends ANN BARHAMACornes from St. lcsephs . . . Tri-Hi'Y, Home hours playing football and basketball . . . interested in a Economics Club . . . yearns for Detroit . . . "leanie" . . . certain rnajorette . . . plans to become a minister. football fan . . . future typist. 21 Y will . X . I t Barron Bartolacci Basta Beestrice Bell Belli Bengston Best Bickerstaff Bickert Blose Bolvin Bonk Booher G. Bowser I. Bowser W. Bowser Brinsko ALICE BARRON-Commercial student . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Commer- cial Club, Bank Staff . . . hopes to attend college . . . likes English class . . . prefers football . . . 209. ALFRED BARTOLACCI-Never seen without Bill Carney . . . "Foo" . . . hobbies--magic and coin collecting . . . fond of football . . . enjoys physics and chemistry . . . Classical Course. ROBERT BASTA-Hi-Y, Monitors, Choir, Band . . . "Bob" . . . prefers music theory . . . gifted sax player . . . enjoys Stan ' Kenton . . . remembers Iunior Prom. DOROTHY BEESTRICEf"Dot" . . . snappy majorette . . . happy when skating . . . prefers shorthand . . . enjoys football games . . . future secretary. MARIORIE BELL--"Margie" . . . hobbies--reading and swim- ming . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, Leaders Club, Geography Club, College Club . . . college student next year. DAN BELLI-"Dunde" . . . president of Monitors Club, Hi-Y, Taleoken Staff, College Club . . . likes to remember Iunior Prom . . . basketball player . . . fond of Ioy. IEANNETTE BENGSTON-Mt. Iewett alumna . . . P. I. . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, Commercial Club . . . good cen- ter for basketball . . . public speaking fan . . . remem- bers especially the German Township game. CHARLES BESTf"Chuck" . . , Senior Class president . . . Hand- book Staff, College Club, Science Club, Monitors, Hi-Y, varsity basketball . . . likes a certain blond . . , college bound. PEARL BICKERSTAFF-Loves dancing with lim . . . majorette . . . Taleoken Staff . . . remembers the Parnassus prom and the corsage battle . . . plans to be a nurse. LEO W1 BICKERT-College Club, Dramatic Club . . . "To Alaska" . . . college bound . . . hobbies-swimming and baseball . , . favorite subject, public speaking. IUNIAETTA C. BLOSE--"Iunie" . . . likes math class . . . won't forget Stewart school . . . saves post cards . . . future housewife . . . enjoys her joy . . . Distributive Education Club. GERALDINE BOLVIN-"Gerry" . . . Commercial Club . . . en- thusiastic about football . . . good dancer . . . favorite classfrapid calculation . . . plans to be a stenographer . . . interested in a twin. MARIORIE BONKi"Green Eyes" . . . General Course . . . Ken- tonian Staff . . . crazy about football . . . ice skater . . . journalism is her ambition . . . wants to see New Orleans. ELIZABETH IEAN BOOHERfGeneral Course . . . "lean" . . . loves redheads . . . likes to dance .' . . wants to be a nurse or a telephone operator. GEORGE HENRY BOWSER-Pleasant memories of Band camp . . . plans to study medicine . . . member of Script and Score . . . remembers the stadium clean-up crew. IEAN BOWSERg"Ieanie" . . . favorite class is geography . . . likes football games . . . pastime is reading . . . Classical Course . . . plans to attend King's College. WARREN H. BOWSERfFavorite class, mechanical drawing . . . likes girls and sports . . . always has gum . . . plans to work in the mill. DANIEL BRINSKO-"Dan" . . . silent type . . . wears long side- burns . . . doesn't like to make speeches . . . medicine is his prime interest . . . hopes to attend college. 1948 SAUL BROFFMAN- "Hehe" . . . likes journalism class . . . IENEANE CARTER-"'Neanie" . . . Distributive Education enjoys blonds with his rnilkshakes . . . going to barborinfg Course . . . will always remember her senior year . . . school . . . Hepcat . . . fond of reading. "Shes lovely, she's engaged, she uses 'Pond's'!" REBECCA BROOKS- -"Becky" . . . P. l. H. S ..,. future private lOAN CARVlNfDistributive Education . . . looks forward to secretary . . . Bank, Taleoken Staff, Kontonian Staff, Com- seeing sunny California . . . "Fuzzy" liked her junior year mercial Club, Choir . . . interested in an Annapolis ...thinks cooking is fun. mldsmpmun' ELVERA CHECCOfCompetition for Esther Williams . . . choir, IOSEPH W. BULLERS+"loe" . . . expert chemist . . . National Dramatic Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Leaders Club . . . likes Eng1ish??? Honor Society . . likes to remember the prom . . . inter' . . . will enter physical education field. ested in college ard Leone. EDWARD CHMIEL IIECIII I II I I I Ih -- . . . seen in sc oo on y in e morn- PATRICIA l- BUSI-ER'S1'1UPPY Hwiofetle - - - Tfi'Hl'Y - v ' ml' ing . . , will always remember the Ken Hi-Har-Brack foot- clent football fan . . , "Snooks" . . , most pleasant mem- 13511 game ery, junior Prom . . . hopes to do secretarial work. I I I GARY CHURCHILL-"Gears" . , . College Club, Science Club CAROLIYN ICAMPBELl..fClass1cal student , . . Choir . . . likes I I I Won 440 dash in 1947 I I I plays footbum track I I I Swlmmmq Gnd kmtfmfi ' ' ' plans to go lo College ' ' ' likes mechanics and radio . . . will go to college. Vaughn Monroe fan . . . thinks Oakmont is tops. DAHN EARL CAPPELv"Smiley" . . . Cheerleader . . . Monitors RONALD C1ANCUTT1cPikeS Senior Science dass : i ' plated . on two championship football teams . . . driving is his . . , Science Club . . . plays basketball and baseball . . . h bb H b d collects coirts . . . interested in the sophomore class . . . O Y ' ' ' CO eqe Oun ' H0Xi STOP, COHGQ9- REGINA CLARK- "Fudgie" . . . likes public speaking class . . . MARY Lou cARNAHANe'iPiCkiQS1' . . . Distfibiiuve Education tflkes the C1GSSiCGl COME - - - remembers Swlmminq Gt . . . enjoys typing class . . . lists mystery stories as a Oukmom ' ' ' Wcmls to be G nurse' h0bbY ' ' ' has Secfetfmfll ambitions' sALLY CLASTER-"Sara" . . . Hcuiiromrq, here i come" , . . WILLIAM CARNEY, "Bill" I I I enjoys Siudy hall and mmh I I I remembers Mr. Herlinger's chemistry lab . . . will attend remembers Tarentum and Kittanning basketball games . . . colleqe ' ' ' keen about Swimmirlq Gnd fi5l1iUCJ- basketball mcmuqer ' ' ' pals Wllh Fu' LOUISE CLEVER-Commercial Course . . . favorite subject, typ- EVELYN CARROP-"Eve" . . . "Sis" . . . Distributive Education ing . . . Kentonian Staff . . . remembers the Vandergrift Course . . . sports fan . . . hobby, horses . . . will be sec- game . . . future journalist . . . likes the song, "Dream retary to her father. Sonata." Broffman Brooks Bulleis Buslor Campbell Cappol Carnahan Carney Carrop Carter Carvin Checco Chmiel Churchill Ciancutti Clark Claster Clever Q I Z3 GENE CONRAD-"lrish" . . . Hi-Y . . . enjoys journalism class . . . General Course . . . wishes to continue journalism and photography. EELICIA CONTO---"Puchie" . , . likes English class . . . Coni- mercial Club, Home Economics Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . likes dancing . . . an ardent football fan. lSABELLA COOPER-"ls" . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, Leaders Club, Dramatic Club, Script and Score . . . loves swimming at the Willows . . . beautiful contralto voice . . . college. LORRAINE CORBIN-Commercial Course . . . always friendly . . . enjoyed her junior year . . . likes the music of Tex Beneke . . . hobby, dancing. LOlS JEAN CRAIG-"leanne" , . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . hails from Stewart . . .always seen with jean Booher and the gang . . . thinks a lot of Plum Township. MARY LOU CRAH.-Future elementary teacher . . . enjoys memories of tenth grade at Stewart . . . Tri-Hi-Y and Home Economics Club . . . often with Beverly Wilson. HELEN IRENE CRIBBS-Future singer and housewife . . "Butch" . . . likes singers for sentimental reasons . , . D. E, Club . . . from Stewart School . . . prefers English. IACK CROUSE--"lake" . . . is a football player . . . enjoys global geography class . . . future Marine . . .admires girls from afar. JAMES M. CROYLE-e"lim" . . . a public speaking enthusiast . . . enjoys training and working with horses . . . one of our future farmers. Conrad Cribbs Davis is ll K' is y 5.11 K 'hy 1 . Conto Cooper Crouse Croyle De Eelice Deitch enicvzd EUZABETH CRUMMlE-"Betty" . . . collects photographs and hanclkerchiefs . . . pals with Helen . . . only interest is jim . . . prefers nursing profession. ELIZABETH CZAPLlCKlf"Babe" . . . Choir, Script and Score, Attendance Staff, Home Economics Club . . . considering nursing . . . "How Soon" is her favorite song. GAREIELD DANSBY, IR.-General Course . . . has pleasant memories of Parnassus school days . . . happy when sketching or painting . . . plans to enter college. CAROL IO-ANN DAVIS-Attendance Staff, College Club, Lead- ers Club, Kentonian Staff, Choir, Tri-Hi-Y . . . enjoys model- ing and tennis . . . will study commercial art at Tech. HUGO DE EELICE-"Oogie" . , . football player . . . enjoys coin collecting, hunting, ice skating . . . thinks Ken Hi needs more assemblies . . . off to college. LOIS DElTCHf"Loey" . . . Dramatic Club, Script and Score, Leaders' Club, Choir, Band . . . fond memories of the prom . . . plans for college. ELEANOR DE MAYO' -Takes the Commercial Course . . . still loyal to Arnold High??? . . . likes to dance and skate . . . a Sinatra and Stafford fan. IOY DE SIMONE---"joy" . . . National Honor Society . . . re- members the junior Prom . . . good singer , . . Choir . . . going to college . . . partial to a blue Plymouth. BEVERLY DE VlNE-"Too Too" . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Leaders' Club, Majorettes . . . remembers P. j. H. S. Freshman Prom . . . future model . . . likes Vaughn Monroe's "I Have But One Heart." Corbin Craig Crail Crummie Czaplicki Dansby De Mayo De Simone De Vine 1948 -.-fl w ff ' , 1 fa I .3 SF c . sf ' ' in 2, I N V El I f Wu,- Dicello Dorcciak Douglas Duddy Dugan Duncan Engler Evans Faldowski Faloon Fatula Fazekas Fennell Ferguson Feroce Festa Fester Fiscus EUGENE DICELLO--"Gene" . . . General Course . . . Geo- IACK FALOON Most interesting class is public speaking . . . graphy Club, journalism class . . . remembers lQ45 Sham- Band member . . . basketball manager . . . will study radlo rock Ball . . . fond of P. O. D. broadcasting. MILDRED BI DQRQC1AK7"Mi11ie" I I I takes the General SHIRLEY FATULA-Likes physics classy. V. . Leaders' Club, Course , . . remembers her sophomore year . . . Home Colleqe Club' Clwlff MCUOf9ll9Sf TY1'H1'Y 1 - Q PlC1Y1S to Economics Club . . . sewing is her favorite subject. enter Cclmeqle Tecll- AUDREY DOUGLAS- ciessicui course . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Dra- BUDDY LEE Fllzlilillsa FUZZY - ' f GeOSfGPllY Club ' - ' matic Club . . . College Club . . . thinks of the Valentine Kenlomcm Staff photographer ' ' ' Wfms for the bell at dmece at Stewart ' ' . Sweet . I U Spurkhnq personality. 3:1514 . . plans to enter Fred Archers School of Photo- ' I grap ers. IEAN DUDDY---Favorite class is French . . . remembers decor- DOROTHY FENNELLiI..DO DO., I ' . Sewing Club, Geography ating for the prom . . . writes short stories . . . Wants to . . . Club . . . sports fan . . . smiles at boys with blond hair and be a nurse. Hue eyes ROBERT DllGllNalllfQf Fill Class - - A belongs to llle Colle? DONALD FERGUSON--"Red" . . . Classical course . . . tene Club ' ' ' lakes pm' m mick meets ' ' ' Saves loolbcu pm' joys classroom discussions . . . has a fancy for model air- lums of NONE' Dame' plane building . . . baseball and basketball are tops . . . SHERWOOD M, DUNCAN--Enjoys commercial law class . . . friendly, track . . . remembers the fun he had in agriculture class LGU FEROCEY1fWi1d Cay' ' I U fuvome Subject is Senior ' ' ' lulure predem Sludem' science . . . Geography Club . . . plays football, baseball. MARTIN A. ENGLER-V-"Tony" . . , member of the Band, Or- track . . . remembers the junior-Senior Prom . . . says chestra, Choir . . . Wants to play in an orchestra . . . his hobby is "Women." writes IUUSiCCIl COmDOSifi0HS- IDA FESTA-Aspires to become a secretary . . . ardent Vaughn IANE EVANS "Ed" I I I peppy Cheerleader I I I NI HI SII Monroe ian . . . favorite song "l-low Soon?" . . . has a lot Choir, Trifl-li-Y, Science Club, Leader's Club . . . Dramatic Of fun in bO0kli99Pi1'1CJ ClUSS- Club president . . . likes "Racing With the Moon" . . . LOIS ANN FESTER-Commercial Course . . . "Blinky" . . . Arizona U. Home Economics, Geography Club . . . remembers the HELEN M. FALDOWSKlf"Fido" . . . Classical course 1. . . lllsl fOOllDGll Qflme - - A PPQHY WGVY half- Geography Club and College Club . . . likes to laugh . . . RAYMOND FISCUS-General Course . . . likes P. O. D. class interested in Buicks and airplanes . . . future laboratory . . . Geography Club . . . enjoys reading about famous technician. sportsmen and daring aviators. 25 eniafzfi Fisher Fitzgerald Flenner Foulkrod Fox D. Frederick D. Frederick Fusca Gaito Galli Galzerano Gans Gantzer Garris George Georgevich Goldberg Greenberg DAVID FISHER-Classical Course . . . College Club . . . hobby NORMAA IEAN GALLlYActually enjoys all her classes . . . fishing . . . likes animals . . , one of the three boys in plans to take up music at college . . . Tri-Hi-Y, College Virgil . . . pleasant personality. Club, Band . . . plays saxophone and piano. EDGAR FlTZGERALDf"Ed" . . . Classical Course . , . pleas- ROSE GALZERANOvDistributive Education Course . . . former- ant recollections of Prom . . . pastimes: reading, fishing, ly from Parnassus . . . "Rosie" . . . likes to listen to good tennis . . . will always remember kindness of teachers in music and to dance, lulllol year' MARY ANN GANSf"Frenchie" . . . has a happy recollection EAN Fl-ENNER7TCIlliCIliV9 . - - "l6CI1'1T1i9" . . . hCIilS fYOIT1 PGI- of chemistry and Mr. Fleicher's math class . . . loves to nassus . . . pursues Commercial Course . . . soon will be dance and eat A , . future pulse feeler. . ,, , i. . Sl-lylllq' Number please? ' ' ' lnlcpplly recalls Prom' IERRY GANTZER --General math is his favorite class . . . be- NlTA FOULKROD-Favorite class is chemistry . . . president longs to De Molays . . . likes to dance and repair cars , , . of Tri-Hi-Y, Script and Score . . . editor of Handbook . . . Stewart School alumnus. Cheerleader, Leaders Club, Choir, Science Club, N. H. S. PATRICIA GARRISVWGQHQNII Course . I I mics Sophomom BETTY LEE FOX-"Buttons" . . . lively majoreite tor four your as tops . . . enjoys global Qeoqrflphy l . . likes l0 years , , , main interest is "Moe" , , , prefers public Speak- dance . . . special interest in Arnold . . . Home Ec. Club ing . . . no definite plans for the future. - - - "Pill-" DOLORES FREDERICK-"Doe" . . . likes to recall junior year IACK GEORGE7Clf1SSlCCll Course - - - like-S SPUI'1iSl'1, PUbllC . . . dances and tries new recipes in spare time . . . is Speflkiflq - - - P015 with David Fisher - - V GeOQTGPl1Y thrilled by green eyes, Club, College Club . . . plans to attend a teacher's college. DONNA LOU FREDERlCKf"Shrish" . . . emphatic supporter LAZAR GEORGEVlCH7HLCI SOUTH - - - Colleqe Club, Geo- of country life . . . Commercial Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Band, Tale- QFCIPYIY Club - - - likes Senior Science - - - memories Of Olqen Slgf-fy Kentgniqn Slgf-l , , , enjoys Sewjngl football games . . , interested in business . . . his hobby is DOLORES FUSCA-"Dee" . . . Will make a very efficient Slcelclllllg' secretary . . . has happy memories of freshman year at lVlELVlN GOLDBERG-"Mel" . . . Classical Course . . . Assem- Stewart . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Commercial Club . . , pleasing bly Staff, Boy's Leaders Club, Geography Club . . . col- personality. lects stamps . . . college in the near future. CHARLES GAITO-"Chuck" . . . former Trade School grad' SHIRLEY GREENBERG-"Shirl" . . . Classical Course . . . col- uate . . . scientifically minded . . . reports to room 210 . . . lects records . . . plans to study voice . . . likes music, espe- plans to attend college. cially opera . . . alumna from P. l. H. S. 26 1948 ROBERT GREGORYH Enjoys senior science . . . likes to model airplanes and read . . . General Course . . . Choir . . . remembers third period study hall. LJOLORES GOLEMBESKI-V--"Lorrie" . . . Distributivo Education Course . . . may be found at Silverman's . . , pastimes are listening to records and dancing. ANNA MAE GUIDA-"Skeeziks" . . . favorite classes are jour- nalism and public speaking . , . Kentonian Staff, Tri-Hi-Y . . . likes photography, reading and writing . . . P. I. H. S. alumna GLORIA ANNE GUYER-V Commercial Course . . . likes to dance and collect Vaughn Monroe records . . . Commercial Club, Bank Staff . . . future bookkeeper . . . memories of foot- ball games. WILLIAM HOWARD GUYER--"Bud" enjoys hunting and fish- ing . , . Geography Club . . . plans to take up aviation . . . General Course , . . likes Senior Science and football games. WILLIAM HAIRSTON -"Toad" . . . Choir, Script and Score, Band , . . won't forget the County Choir Festival . . . plans to study music in college . . . Classical Course. BARBARA HAMMOND- "Barb" . . . Classical Course . . . Script and Sccre, Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, College Club . . . enjoys driving her car . . . visits Post's Dairy Bar in Har-Brack. ALBERTIS L. HAMPSON----"Berdie" . . . Commercial student . . . enjoys typing and roller skating . . . collects pictures of Vaughn Monroe . , . future beautician. HELEN E. HARTGE-Helen enjoys senior science . . . member of General Course . . . plans to take up nursing in the future. Golembeski Guida Hampson Ilartge Henry Hill ltogiund Gregory Hammond EVELYN M. HAWK'-Commercial Course . . . Tri-HifY, Bank Staff, Commercial Club , . . main hobby is "Bud" . . . enjoyed summer school ol 1947 . . . remembers junior Prom . . . "Sis" MARIBEL L. HEADLEY-Classical Course . . . member of 'l'ii- Hi-Y, Science Club, and Orchestra . . . favored public speaking . . . remembers Parnassus Prom and May 23, l94'7. CONSTANCE A. HEASLEY-"Cornie" . . . math class is her favorite . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Leaders Club, College Club, Dra- matic Club, Choir . . . plans to study nursing . . . talented artist. GLORIA HENRYYCommercial Course . . . Leaders Club, Tri' Hi-Y, Attendance Staff . . . member of cheering squad for the past two years . . . remembers Tri-Hi-Y's initiations Glo. DOUGLAS HILL e"Dcug" . . . Commercial Course . . . guite a card shark . . . likes commercial law class . . . favorite hangout: cloakroom in 215. KATHRYN HOGLUND-Tri'Hi-Y, College Club, Senior Red Cross . . . ardent football fan . . . going to college and tlien into rursing . . . "Kay" . . . finds physics interesting. CLYDE IIOLMES-General Course . . . "Chink" . . . likes global geography . . . remembers sophomore year . . . plans to join Army Air Force. WILLIAM G. HORRELL-eClassical Course . . . "Willie" . . . loves to play football . . . also plays baseball . . . hopes to play college football. IANE HOWARD-Commercial Club . . . has fond memories of Stewart School Proms . . . Band . . . always friendly . . . member of Tri-Hi'Y. G. Guyer W. Guyex Hairston llawk Headley Heasley llolmes Horrell Howard Q J I ' c . . - - .si , -S' 1' MARILYN I-IO4WELLS4Script1'and Score, Choir, Orchestra, Tri- CAROL KAUFMANAPopular senior . . . Tri-I-Ii-Y, Script and , Hi-Y , Dave, Herf'fLrt,ure:'.',. . "Lynn" . . . hates to leave Score, National Honor Society, Board of Activities, Girls Choir Q. . knllqrvqs hervrnusic, thedry , . . talented pianist Leaders Club . . . Classical student, enjoyed chemistry. ANN HIIRAJBCZUKTAHSWGTS lQr?GUlC2bY DISTYUDUIIVG Edu' VIRGINIA KEDONIS- -Nicknamed "Ginny" . . . National CCIUUU COUTSQI- - 4 hCbbY 191 C5ll9CUf1Q PICIUTQS - V - fCIV0f1f9 Honor Society, Bank Staff, Commercial Club president . . . I reading, dancing, and collecting stamps, her bobby . . . PEGGY HOVtlYh3SONr "Peg" . J . Distributive Education student Secretarial Umbilions' I V. . fhds plegsant memones of biology class . . . enjoys N, footballfgames . . .lagguiet little miss. song: "Near Yg' . , . often seenif with "Peg," SUZANNE KERNANfCute, quiet, called Sue by all . . . Classi- , f X rj cal student . . . member of Tri-Hi-Y and College Club . . . MARILYN lgXl.N'HULL-Commercial Course . . . finds agri- 50119439 Seems imeresring for future. cuulture c ass interesting . . . Geography Club, Tri-Hi-Y . . . H H . "Blondie" . . . Vaughn Monroe fan . . . main interest is SHIRLEY KERR' Wfeteh - ' - Plans to be U nurse ' - - P515 - ."DuCkY' r r A remembers rumor prom. with lean McMillen . . . likes playing the piano, especially KATHERJ-NE IANIBAGIAN-"Taffy" . . . Commercial course mpsody m Blue fi' Tri-Hi-Y , . . likes typing . . . remembers Ambridge DORIS KIDDw-"Dodey" . . . likes to remember the lQ45 Music football game . . . enjoys dancing . . . one of the head Festival . . . interests in Har-Brack . . . plans to study majorettes for two years. designing . . . Choir, Tri-Hi-Y. LORETTA IENKINS-Classical Course . . . vivacious brunette THQMAS B' KING, IR,-"King" I I h Wqntg to play in Q dance . . . TrifHifY, Leaders Club, Choir, Home Ec. Club . . . likes band r r . played bcrskeibgll Q1 Siewgrr 5511001 I I I likes English class . . . plans to go into modeling. mr-nh, NEI-I-H? MAE lOHNSONa"SW9d9" - - - fGvOrS Spcmish - - IOSEPH KLEIN--"Bubbles" . . . a great football player . . . fav- Tf1'H1'Yf Dfeimcllle Club' Leaders Club' Celleqe Club ' - orite saying "Son" . . . likes English and girls . . . wants to beautiful blond hair . . . Choir, Script and Score . . . be Cr Coach. studies voice. KDANNE ro-YCE rOHNSfrON--.,MOrdY,, I ' r hearth Crass in IAMES KLINGENSMITHf Slim . . . his hobbies are drawing, painting and woodwork , . . would like to get into aircraft General Course is favorite . . . remembers freshman year , construction. at Stewart , , . Geography Club . . . California, here I come. BETTY IOAN KAUFMAN-Classical Course . . . remembers RICHARD KOCHANSKI-"Koch" . . . Hi-Y . . . likes basketball Stewart School . . . member of Tri-Hi-Y . . . art occupies and golf . . . Classical Course . . . favorite subject, chem- spare time . . . plans to wear the uniform of a nurse, istry . . . college is in his horoscope. Howells Hrabczuk Howieson Hull Ianibagian Ienkins Iohnson Iohnston B. Kaufman C. Kaufman Kedonis Kernan Kerr Kidd King Klein Klingensmith Kochanski 28 1948 Kost Krieg Kronkoski Krowsoski Langlois Lee Leeger Lewis Linza Lipski Loach Lusk Macshane Maiure Malek Malyn Mangieri Mandalc ELEANOR KOST4Senior Red Cross . . . "El" . . . likes com- STEPHEN LlPSKlA"Brown" . . . aspires to enter the NROTC mercial law . . . iond memories of freshman prom . . . . . . may go to college . . . baseball player and fan . . . uses thimble and needle in spare time . . . enjoys roller College Club . . . Geography Club. Slcallnq' RUTH LOACH-Commercial Course . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Script ROBERT KRTEG-"Robin" . . . art class is fun . . . favorite hob- and Score A - - Cllolf ' - - HRUll'll9 Gfld SOUUYH - - - pleas- bies me Women photoqmphy on I I I thinks Ken Hi is G ant memories of the proms . . . always smiling . . . takes swell school . . . college material. Slllqlllq lGSSOHS- JACK KRONKOSKI-Classical canfsa . . . Drna Store clerk . . , PEGGY LOU Lllslfuscflluf Qndb1SC'fIliI',' ' Cho? ' ' ' gll'll1'Y future college and navy man . . . College Club . . . Geo- ' ' ' flume lyplgl ' ' ' Ong GC mr 1 ' ' Smqs Cm p SYS . , ihe piano . . . likes a person from Florida. graphy Club . . . prefers brunettes . . . excels in business mmh HELEN MACSHANE- Classical Course . . . "Mac" . . . Geo- PAUL KROWSOSKI C II CI b I I M I-I graphy Club . . . Home Economics Club . , . likes math linger's chemistr cljafslge gollele is lfflsmnddlirs ehthjs- A ' ' future nurse ' l l Chums Wllh Betty l l ' friendly' , , ' ' ' . Q q. ' ' ' MARIE MAlUREfDistributive Education Course . . . future is iastic about hunting and fishing . . . Classical Course. ,, ,, ,, . ,. Tony . . . used to be called Cupid . . . natural curly lUl-ES E. LANGLOIS, lR.--'G91'1GfGl Course - - . Milliqantown hair . . . Distributive Education Club . . . collects baby- . . . likes small, shy girls with a sense of humor . . . glass dolls . , , P, I, H, S, fllllef fmfl lflfmef - - ' Dl'GmGllC Club b - - G'fOQff1PllY Club- DoRoTHY MALEK-Commercial canfsa . . . Bank starr . . . ALLEN LEE-"General" . . . memories of P. l. H. S. . . . prom- Commercial Club . . . swimming and ice-skating . . . likes jslnq young lawyer I I I Qnjoys English Class Gnd fha shorthand . . . future secretary . . . "Molly" . . . serious. Bflfld - - - ClC1SSlCCll C01-USE - - - l'1U1"lllf1Q Gnd flslllflq fan. ALBERT MALYNfClassical Course . . . better known as "Al" MARIAN LEEGERYCOmmerCiGl Course I I I future plans mI College Club . . . dentist to be . . . WKPA radio announcer clude marriage and "Timmy" . . . likes to dance . . . Alurni- fm high School' num City Terrace I I I quiet bm nice RAY A. MANGIEIlitlTGeneralhC?zursIe . . . aIi:lmires Mr. Rimy ...eo ain...aes mewor... mmers NAOMI LEWIS-Distributive Education . . . has pleasant 1uniO,nl,rZfnSI I Ii fume mcchfmst I I hopeftoe go to memories of her sophomore yearIat Stewart School . . . College D' E- Club - - - lulufe homemqkef- DoRoTHY MANDAiceDiStnbntiva Eancanan canfsa . . . EUGENE LINZA-"Gene" . . . played in junior high football favorite class, English . . . works in bake shop in Par- , , , plans to trqvel , , , qlobql qegqrciphy favored , . . nassus . . . Distributive Education Club . . . quiet but guiet??? . . , builds airplanes. Pf'lif'iF'Hl- 29 6045-M Mangone Manley Marino Marotti Marsh Marshall Marziale Mason McCreight McCutcheon McDonald McKeever McMillen McNutt Means Me-rritfs Michel Mildren IOSEPI-IINE MANGONE-"Icy" . . . avid football fan . . . Com- CAROLINE MCCUTCHEON--"Carrie" . . . likes typing and mercial and Geography Clubs . . . bookkeeping is her fav- skating . . . Geography Club . . . considers her junior year orite . . . talkative . . . a future secretary. the best. ESTI-IER MAE MANLEY-General Course . . . sewing is tops MARILYN MCDONALD"HLYImH ' I' ' prelly blonde ' ' ' Tfl'Hl'Y with her . . . studying to become a practical nurse . . . and Leaders Club ' 'C' Chemshfs mefflow of Sophfmom quiet but friendly' Hop . . . Attendance staff . . , I Dont Know Why sets her dreaming. MARIETTA MQARINO-"Eta" . . . loves music and roller skat- 1 mg A n D Choir Q V A hopes to do Q 101 of traveling I I D Tri- GAILE MCKEEVER-General Course . . . loyal to Sfevvart I School . . . Home Ec and Geography Clubs . . . as ires I-I1'Y member. to be G iypist p FRANK MAROTTI-Up and coming physicist . . . likes base- JEAN MCMILLEN HMickeYH thinks so . I 1 . . . phomore English was billlunddblgngsc ' ' College Club' Assembly Stuff' Sclence THE class . . . future nurse . . . remembers Iunior Prom . . , Cu ' Cm e ross' sparkling personality . . . likes "Twilight Time." GLORIA MARSH-Followed the General Course . . . sophomore ELLWOOD McNUTT-"Maggie" . . . Classical Course . . . YSUY WGS her best - - - G90QYUDhY Club member Q . . IOVQS Member of the Hi-Y . . . likes English and his senior sec- to ice skate. tion room . . . dislikes girls . . . belongs to De Molay. RICHARD MARSHALI.fPopular senior . . . hopes to enter SHIRLEY MEANS"HFUZZY White" - - - Tfi'Hi'Y - - - President pharmacy training . . . Monitors, I-Ii-Y, and College Club Of Lefldefs Club - - - Commercial Club - - - 91'1l0YS Sh0Tl' I I I enjoys iypjnq I I I Choir membisn hand class . . . likes to remember decorating for junior Prom. IOSEPHINE MARZIALE-"Io" . . . future interior decorator . . . ,, I, I quiet but efficient . . . Commercial and Geography Clubs THOMASIEXHDQFE MSRPEITTS- Dufie ' ' ' halls from I' H' S' . . . enjoys dancing and drawing. algqshful so-ju Jes lifesgicprbliisfy U . . was Once nown Gs TOAQNE AEDACIMBASONTPIOPUEY infliofjtfe - ' I' S?gI0bGlYf1Hfj DORIS MARIE MicHELecOmmefCiQ1 Club . . . Tuieoken Staff Om? if S ' 'gcmms er Gvone Song 15 ear Ou . . . wants to be an efficient secretary . . . spends spare ' ' ' H' 1' mem er' time Working at Murphy's 5 G IO . . . prefers Texas. RICHARD L. MCCREIGHT-"Dick" . . . spent two years in the PEGGY ANN MILDREN-Beautiful red hair . . . enjoys ice Navy . . . basketball player . . . likes tinkering with a car skating . . . Saturday Night Club holds pleasant memories . , . girl Shy?? . , . a member of the Commercial Club. 30 1948 HILDA MILISITS--Favorite subject is study hall . . . came from Valley Heights School . . . enjoys loafing and 4Ol D. T. . , . always forgets her excuse. BETTY IANE MlLLERfEnjoys bookkeeping class . . . likes to remember lunior Prom and football games . . . Taleoken Staff . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Geography Club, Bank Staff, Commer- cial Club. DON MILLER-'fDramatic Club . . . likes public speaking class . . . General Course . . . he wants to own a trucking com- pany . . . hobby is photography. RUTH MILLER- -Geography Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . remembers sophomore year at Stewart School-V-a very small and quiet girl.. VERNA MINICK--"Red" . . . Distributive Education Club . . . likes to read good books . . . favorite song "How Soon" . . . hails from Stewart. ROBERT MOORE-Favorite class, study hall . . . "Slugger" . . . Dramatic Club . . . Hi-Y . . . Kentonian Staff . . . a very good artist and cheerleader, SHIRLEY MOORE- -Tri-Hi-Y . , . Script and Score . . . College Club . . . enjoys good music . . . Classical student . . . at- tractive . . . a sparkling personality. AUGUST RICHARD MORET---"Auggie" . . . likes hunting and swimming . . . plans to join the Navy . . . favorite pastime. eating . . . hangs his hat in Zll. RICHARD MORGAN "Ears" . . . Classical Course . . . Science Club . . . dislikes school and enjoys vacation time . . . wants to join the N. R. O. T. C. Milisits B. Miller S. Moore Moret Moyes A. Murray D. Miller Morgan R. Murray DON MORRELLeClassical student . . . likes to recall German Township game . . . plays the piano well College Club . . . "Dugan," CHARLES MORROW--General Course . . . physics is his favor ite subject . , . a future farmer . . . enjoys hunting and fish ing . . . "Chuck." CHARLES MOSESv"Moe" . . . enjoys being a manager on a championship team . . . General Course . . . keeps a scrap book of the team's experiences. lAN MOYES---Girls are his chief interest . . , Classical student . . . member of Choir and Geography Club claims English is his favorite subject . . . "Enny." AUDREY I. MURRAY ---'- "Boots" . . . hails from Springdale enjoys P. O. D. class . . . aspires to be a well known writer . . . collects Vaughn Monroe records. ROBERT A. MURRAY'-Classical Course . . . met Betsy in German class . . . likes varsity football . . . "Big Bob Hi-Y . . . plans to be an architect. GENEVIEVE M. NAVIGLlAe -"lenny" . . . Geography Club has pleasant memories of being in a freshman class play . . . would much rather live in Arnold. IOHN NETOSKIE-Classical student . . , quiet . . athletic "Big lohn" . . . cften seen with lane Howard went to Stewart School LUCILLE NICASTRO -"Lou" . . . Commercial Course likes the song, "Stardust" . . . has happy memories of the ti I ball games . . another Vaughn Monroe fan R. Miller Minick R. Moore Morrell Morrow Moses Naviglia Netoskie Nicastro 31 RICHARD NOVAKvMember of Geography Club . . . a wonder- ful cartoonist . . . "Rick" . . . followed the General Course . . . a future pilot. ALBERT OFIESH-Wants to be an engineer . . . "Al" . . . Classical Course . . . active in football and other sports . . . enjoys solid class. ANNA MARIE ONDAKO-Distributive Education student . . spends time in a music shop listening to Harry larnes . . a future beautician . . . enjoyed her junior year. DAVE ORMESHER-Good musician . . . Classical student . . . College Club, Science Club, Band, Orchestra, and Tale- oken editor . . . has pleasant memories of the football games . . . N. H. S. IRENE OWSlANY-Distributive Education student . . . enjoys English class , . . sophomore prom holds memories for her . . . Distributive Education Club . . . likes to recall Stewart School. ANN PAPPAS-"Shortstop" , . . Commercial Course . . . plans to be an accountant . . . dreams of a boy from Ohio . . . "Old Man River," tops with her. IEAN PARKER-A Classical student . . . active in Science Club, Band, and Taleoken Staff . . . will never forget Tri-Hi-Y initiations . . . plans to attend college. GEORGE R. PARKER-Nicknamed "Red" for obvious reasons . . . remembers his visits with Miss Boucher . . . General Course . . . would like to be a glass cutter. DOLORES PELISARI-"Dolly" . . . Distributive Education Course . . . remembers freshman prom . . . enjoys dancing to "Rumors Are Flying" . . . will be a housewife. Novak Ofiesh Ondako I. Parker G. Parker Pelisari Pettit Pfeiffer C. Phillips 6 4 FRANK PERRIELLO-Hopes to be one of Uncle Sam's Air Cadets . . . Classical Course . . . enjoys the debates in P. O. D. class . . . likes to hunt. DON PERRY-One of Ken-Hi's best crooners . . . appropriately called "Perry" . . . his favorite pastime is dancing . . . prefers holidays to schooldays. DOLORES PETRIE-Will travel to sunny t?J California . . . likes to be called "Dody" . . . takes Commercial Course . . . a hard worker on the Taleoken Staff. IANE PETTIT-Claims no nickname . . . active member of Tri- Hi'Y and Leaders Club . . . handles the Class News for the Kentonian . . . will attend college. BEVERLY PFElPFERvPlanning to be a nurse . . . belongs to College Club, Commercial Club, Dramatic Club and Tri- Hi-Y . , . fond of sports, especially football. CHARLES Pl-flLLlPSf"Chibby" . . . a three year man on the football squad . . hopes to attend college . . . will always remember winning the W. P. l. A. L, championship. FRANK PHlLLlPS-'General Course . . . known as "Farmer" . . . likes outdoor sports, such as hunting and fishing . . . favors P. O. D. class. LEONE PHlLLlPS-A great music enthusiast . . . accompanies the Choir . . . Band member . . . has fond memories of a senior fellow and the junior prom. WANDA Pl-flLLlPS --"Flips" . . . regrets leaving school . . . member cf Band, Choir, Kennsylvanians, Script and Score . . . has always had a Weakness for trumpet players. Ormesher Owsiany Pappas Perriello Perry Petrie P. Phillips L. Phillips W. Phillips 1948 , I. in . , . 3 -. .lg '5- n,x x f I tv i 'Q sql K Pisano Pomykala Price Putzu Raab Radeshak M. Reed R. Reed Reese VINCENT PISANO-Co-captain of Ken I-Ii's champ football team . . . has plans for college . . . Senior Class secretary. FLORENCE POMYKALA--Commercial Course . . . "Flo" . . . wculd like to work in an office . . , remembers the good old days at St. Mary's School. SHIRLEY IEAN PRICE-Classical Course . . . finds English class most enjoyable , . . Kentonian Staff, Choir, Tri-H1-Y . . . Geography Club president , . . wants to be an air- line hostess. LAWRENCE PROBEL-"Pro" . . . health most interesting sub- ject . . . General Course . . . enjoys the period between classes , . . ping pong player . . . hopes to be a mechanic. MAYME LOUISE PRYOR-Clacsical student . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . a snappy majerette . . . likes dancing and reading . . has her eye on a former Har-Brack student. SARA PURKS--Classical Course . . , Dramatic Club . . . Tri- l'Ii-Y . . . College Club . . . remembers cheerleading days at Stewart . . . likes dancing . . . plans to study dramatics and speech. DELLA PUTZU-"Del" . . . Commercial Course . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Commercial Club . . . shorthand is her favorite subject . . . would like to become a secretary. ERMA IANE RAAB -Classical Course . . . quite a math and science student . . . Script and Score, Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, Band, National I-Ionor Society . , . Kennsylvanians . . . college bound. ALVIN E. RADESI-IAK--"Al" belongs to the Global Geography Club . . . collector of foreign money . . . remembers the away sports events. Probel Pryor Purks Radvansky Rapp Ray Reimer Robinson Roffol IESSE RADVANSKY -"les" . . . enters Zll every morning and noon . . . Commercial student . . . typing is his favorite subject . . . Geography Club. STANLEY R. RAPP-"Stan" . . . Hi-Y, College Club, Science Club, Band . . . tennis team . . . became an Eagle Scout this year . . . will get to college somehow. MARY LGU RAYfLikes typing best in her Commercial Course , . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . enjoys roller skating . . . trumpet player . . desires a married life for the future. MARGARET REED--"Peggy" . . . remembers Stewart . . . Col- lege Club . . . Indiana College, her mailing address for the future . . . enjoys waiting for bus on cold mornings. RONNIE REEDf"Ron" , . . follows General Course . . . likes senior science . , . hopes to don the Navy blues , . , comes from Parnassus. BARBARA REESEe'I'akes Commercial Course . . . can be found in Zll . . . friendly . . . Choir, Dramatic Club, College Club . . . enjoys painting . . . potential college student. WALTER REIIVIER-An ex-Navy man . . summer school stu- dent . . . interested in Band . , . attended Stewart School . . . De Molay member . . . enjoys roller skating. DELCRES ROBINSON'-A member of the Distributive Educa- tion Club . . . enjoyed her sophomore year most of all . . . Clarence is in her future. GWEN ROEFOL-V-"Dusty" wants to be a singer . . . likes math . . . dislikes vonceited boys . . . collects pictures . . . leafs in Shorall's. Seniau 1 , . Romeo Rosenberger B. Ross Salego Sandrey Schrecengost Shaner Shank Sheffer THERESA ROMEO-Bank auditor . . . "Teetah" likes to dance . . . also likes shorthand arid Vaughn Monroe's singing . . . hopes to be someone's secretary, someday. SHIRLEY ROSENBERGER-"Shirt" . . . Distributive Education , . . pleasant memories of Shamrock Ball . . . enjoys skat- ing . . . will make a career out oi selling . . . "rooms" in 216. BETTY ROSS-Arnold's gift to Ken Hi . . . "Peaches" wants to study music . . . likes to ice skate, sing and play the piano. ROBERT ROSS+"Swede" wants to take up photography in the Navy . . . likes science . . . will always remember junior Prom . . . collects old coins. RICHARD RUPERT-"Dick" is president of National Honor So- ciety . . . plays the trombone . . . plans to take up aero- nautics at Purdue. HELEN RUTKA-Hobbies: dancing and parties . . . "Rudy" wants to spend her future taking dictation from the boss . . . belongs to the Commercial Club. LORENE RUTH SALEGOfLorene hails from Stewart School . . . remembers graduation from Stewart . . . likes to read and sew . . . plans to be an interior decorator. GEORGE SANDREY-Another of Stewart School's contributions . . . "Fritz" . . . wants to play professional baseball . . . enjoys agriculture class . . . likes to have lots of friends. BRYCE SCHRECENGOST-"Schreck" plays football and bas- ketball . . . wants to be a mortician . . . likes public speaking class . . . belongs to the Geography Club. R. Ross Rupert Rutka Scott Sennett Shalkoski Shaw Shepherd Shetler SARAH SCOTT-"Dolly" rates global geography iirst . . . Wants to be a telephone operator . . . has pleasant memories of Stewart . . . her hobby, Bill. BETSY SENNETT--A snappy majorette . . . likes algebra . . . remembers junior Prom . . . plans to go to Stephens Col' lege . . . Tri-Hi-Y, College Club, Leaders Club. IOY SI-IALKOSKI-One of our Bank auditors . , . likes short- hand . . . wants to be a secretary . . . thinks Ken Hi is superior . . . A Commercial student. YVONNE SHANER-A future surgical nurse . . . Script and Score, Choir . . . hobbies are singing and swimming , . . likes English . . . remembers German Township football game. CHARLES SHANK-"Chuck" . . . liked his sophomore year best of all . . . belongs to Geography Club . . . plays golf as a hobby . . . likes all sports. IOAN SHEFFER--Classical Course . . . P. I, H. S ,... will study retail merchandising , . . majorettes, Girls' Leaders Club, College Club, TrifHifY, Taleoken Staff . . . "Io" . . . likes Spanish class. CHARLES SHAW-"Flash" is Bank messenger . , . enjoys typ- ing, dancing and girls! . . . belongs to Choir and the As- sembly Stafi . . . takes Commercial Course. EDNA SHEPHERD-Commercial Course . . . "Eddie" . . . fav- orite subject, shorthand . . . enjoys bowling and football games . . . aspires to be a private secretary. SHIRLEY SHETLERsClassical Course . . . "Shay" . . . Tri' Hi-Y . . . Dramatic Club . . . College Club . . . P. I. H. S. . . . "Stardust" and Vaughn Monroe tan . . . will study technicians work in Minnesota. t A 1948 VIRGINIA SHIHDA-Commercial Course . . . prefers shorthand . . . "Ieanie" . . . her ambition is to be a secretary . . . beautiful wavy hair . . . guiet . . . Commercial Club MJXRIORIE SHORT---Classical Course . . . P. I. H. S .... enjoys memory of Iunior Prom . . . future ? . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . short and has a sweet personality. IAMES SICILIA-General Course . . . vice-president of Geo- graphy Club . . . future Marine . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . . hails from Trade School . . . likes "Pe-anuts." RETTY ANNE SILL-Commercial Course . . . "Honey" . . . Tri- Hi-Y . . . Geography Club . . . favors dancing, football games, and shorthand . . . a future secretary , . . remem- bers Iunior Prom. KATHRYN SINCLAIR- Classical Course . . . "Kay" . . . Tri- Hi-Y . . . Leaders Club, College Club . . . will wear stiff white uniform . . , enjoys golfing, swimming, and playing the piano. IOSEPI-IINE I. SMATANA-Commercial Course . . . "Ioe" . , . Tri--Hi-Y . . . Geography Club . . . Iunior Prom a pleasant memory . . . likes classical music . . . admires Bill . . . will be a secretary IAY SMITH-General Course . . , "Smitty" . . . two year Navy man . . . college uncertain . . . likes dating and working on cars . . . pretty eyes and eyebrows. IOSEPI-I SMITH-A future photographer . . . "Smitty" takes General Course . . . likes P. O. D .... Geography Club member . . . football fan . . . seen with "Cat" and "Dave" RIITII LOUISE SMITH- Commercial Course . . . "Ruthie" . . . Dramatic Club, Commercial Club, Band . . . plays piano and clarinet . . . remembers Band concert well . . . will enter Bible school. Shihda I. Smith Spana Short Sicilia I. Smith R. L. Smith Spiering Spohn RUTI-I MARIE SMITHfClassical Course . . . P. I. H. S. . . . Leaders Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Senior Red Cross . . . College Club . . . Taleoken . . . often seen at the movies. GEORGE B. SMITTLE-Classical Course . . . everybody's friend . . . varsity football . . . college is his future . . . hobbies are sports and music . . . "Smuckle." THADDEUS I. SOWOL-"Ted" . . . favorite subject, math . . . remembers football and basketball games . . . enjoys hunt- ing and fishing . . . likes popular and classical music. IOSEPH SPANA-General Course . . . member of College Club . . . interested in plane geometry class . . . enjoys track . . . hangs his coat in 2lO. DELORES A. SPIERING-Remembers days at Stewart . . . Geo- graphy Club, I-Iome Ec. Club . . . General Course . . . likes to roller skate. PEARL SPOHN-"DooZy" . . . Commercial Club . . . likes to read . . . enthusiastic history student . . . attended St. Io- seph . . . wants to be a secretary . . . Iean's pal. THOMAS G. SPROWLS-College Club, Science Club. Taleoken Staff . . . Tom enjoys P. O. D .,.. collects post cards . . . future medical doctor . . . Classical Course DONALD STAPlNSKI4"Step" . . . Post Graduate . . . enjoys memories of Trade School . . . P, O D.., favorite subject . . . drives to school each morning. EREDA STEEN-Typing, favorite subject . . . Commercial Course . . . always a smile . . . will remember Mr. Keiser's shorthand class . . . quiet but efficient. Sill Sinclair Smatana R, M. Smith Smittle Sowol Sprowls Stapinski Steen f 4 IAMES E. STEER-General Course . . . math class . . . work- ing is his hobby . . . likes being last in school . . . fre- quent car trouble. ELMER STEVENS-"Nook' . . . Classical Course . . . enjoys Spanish class . . . Board of Activities, College Club, Science Club, Monitors, Hi-Y, Taleoken, Assembly Staff . . . tennis team. LETITIA STEWART-Classical Course . . . Tri-Hi-Y, College Club . . . "Tish Ann" . . . likes music . . . Latin, favorite subject . . . plays tennis. HORACE S. STROUD-Senior Red Cross . . . Classical Course . . . "Sam" participated in football and track . . . hopes to attend physical education school. DOROTHY SWITZER-Distributive Education Course . . . skates and swims . . . wants to be a bookkeeper . . . plans for the future include Paul . . . liked Iunior Prom. CAROLYN SZUL-Collects records . . . enjoys basketball . . . Geography Club and Home Ec. Club . . . General Course . . . global geography, favorite subject. WANDA IEAN TAYLOR-Has pleasant memories of Stewart school . . . likes typing . . . "Take a letter, Miss Taylor" . . . enjoys reading and skating. ROBERT TEORSKY-Classical student . . . "Tee" . . . Geo- graphy Club . . . seen driving Central Drug's car . , , future Marine . . . can't forget his junior English class . . . enjoys dancing. GEORGE THEISA"Iet" . . . the Iunior Prom is a fond memory . . . future sailor . . . Commercial Course . . . favorite sub- ject, business math. Steer Stevens Stewart Taylor Teorsky Theis Thompson Toohey Tracz genie-ad. FERN THOMASf"SWeety" . . . takes the Distributive Educa- tion Course . . . favorite song, "Night and Day" . . . re- members Iunior Prom and the basketball games . . . future beautician, NORA ANN THOMAS-N. H. S .... Taleoken . . . "Nornie" . . . interested in a Cadet . . . likes to swim . . . enjoys piano . . . Commercial Club, Dramatic Club, and Handbook. GENEVIEVE THOMEY--Section room 2Ol . . . enjoys cooking and sewing . . . takes Commercial Course . . . plans to be a secretary . . . attends morning classes only. IOHN E. THOMPSON-"lack" . . . prefers senior science . . . likes to sing . . . General Course . . . hobby, women . . . especially remembers the away football games this season. GEORGE WILLIAM TOOHEY-Hi-Y . . . Dramatic Club . . . College Club . . . Senior Red Cross . . . "Pud" . . . future engineer . . . has wonderful memories of Stewart School . . . Classical Course . . . fisherman. BERNICE TRACZf"Tracy" . . . recalls P. I. H. S .... likes sports and swing music . . . will take up nursing or de- signing . . . Home Ec. Club . . . enjoyed Vandergrift game. PATRICIA R. TREASURE--"Pat" . . . likes Spanish . . . Tri- Hi-Y, Taleoken, Dramatic Club, National Honor Society . . . remembers Iunior Prom. GRETCHEN SUE TRESS-Commercial Club, College Club, Choir, Taleoken Staff . . . would like to attend Wheaton College to take up music and Christian education. HELEN TRGINEV -Resides in 201 . . . favorite subject, math . . . will always remember the football games . . . collects Frank Sinatra pictures . . . will go into nursing. Stroud Switzer Szul F. Thomas N, Thomas Thomey Treasure Tress Trgine Q' .J ff" 'K .. ,t ,J .H - r. -1' ,. .,,- . .. if . 'ge me , i wgiiu if if 45 .f 1948 Truax D. Truitt I. Truitt Veitch Veltri Venter Walter Walters Ward STELLA MAE TRUAX--Vliobbies, roller skating and making turf wigs . . . General Course . . . enjoyed German Town- ship game . . . 209 . . . Home Ec .... likes all classes. DOROTHY TRUITT-"Dottie" . . . home room, 209 . . . Classical Course . . . quiet . . . likes swimming at Willows . . . plans to control future fashions IULIA R. TRUITTf"Shudy" . . . likes public speaking . . . takes Classical Course . . . enjoys swimming at Oakmont . . . re- members Oakmont Iuriior Prom . . . Senior Red Cross. NORMA IEAN TURNEReTaleoken Staff, Commercial Club. Board of Activities, National Honor Society , . . fond of reading and sports . . . will attend college . . . enjoys skating. IEAN DOLORES VAIRO Mr. Glock's secretary . . . Choir, Commercial Club . . . National Honor Society . . . Bank . . . Handbook Staff , , . Taleoken editor . . . plays the piano . , . future private secretary. IOSEPH VAN NORMAN -College Club . . . favorite subject, chemistry . . . Valley Heights alumnus . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . , . likes to catch up on sleep in 401. RONALD VEITCH--DeMolay member . . . General Course . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . Geography Club . . . fond of Spanish . . . builds airplane models . . . chuins with "Bill." EUGENE VELTRIW-Classical student . . . Georgraphy . . . dis- likes the long dresses . . . "Geno" . . . plans to enter col' lege . . . enjoyed chemistry . . . always in trouble. BARBARA VENTER--Tri-I-lieY . . . l.eader's Club . . . Choir . . . Science Club . . . "Ieanie" . . . Classical Course . . . Water Company hclds biggest interest . . . sews well . . . favors physics. I f Turner Vairo Van Norman Vestrand Vonderkall Walls Wassall Watkins Watt HAROLD VESTRAND4"HaWk" . . . expects to play profbase- ball . . . varsity football, basketball, and baseball teams . . . enjoyed the days off for winning football games. WILMA VONDERKALL-"Gook" . . . enjoyed German classes . . . recalls memories of junior year . . . collects toy dogs . . . future plans: Bank President. WILLIAM WALLS-"Bugs" . . . likes senior science classes . . . basketball, track, cross country . . . plans to go to Columf bus for mechanical training . . . 201. SYLVIA WALTER- Takes Commercial Course . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Commercial Club, Kentonian Staff, Band . . . Will always remember Vandergrift football game . . . interest lies in West Virginia. SHIRLEY WALTERS-Commercial Club, Kentonian Staff, Tri-Hi- Y . . . seen with Ieannie Magee when not at East Deer . . . aspires to be a secretary. EFFIE WARD-Distributive Education Course . . . plans to go to modeling school . . . Woody Herman's music is tops with her . . . enjoyed her senior year. ROBERT WASSALL-Likes math . . . plans to attend college . . . Hi-Y, Band, College Club, Assembly Staff . . . plays tennis . . . not bad to look at. THEORA D. WATKINSeEnjoys Band . . . "Camel Walk Oueeri" . , . belongs to the Tri-Hi-Y, Majorettes, Leaders Club . . . likes to eat and jitterbug . . . Band camp enthusiast. WILLIAM WATT-Classical student . . . has memories of the '46 and '47 football season . . . "Doubledrip" . . . enjoys building model airplanes . . . likes senior science. Seniaad. Waugh Weber Wilhelm Wilson WiHQfOV9 Wolfe Woodard Wylie Yee Yoder B. Young l- Young W. Young Zaborsky Zmijewski Powers Arabia ASZkir1ie-Wicz EDYTI-I L. WAUGH-Likes cooking class , . . General Course Cf-XRQL FORBES YODER"Tfl'lll'Yf C0ll9QG' Club - - - W0UlCl . . , pleqsgnl memories lls in lllh grads I , , lllqss 10 dsmsc like to study at Ambler School of Hcrticulture . . . takes gnd read. quite an interest in Girl Scouting. MARY KATE WEBER-"Mike" . . . Tri-Hi-Y - - - HOI110 ECO- BETTY LOU YOUNG--"Dimples" . . . collects pictures and 1'1O1'Y1lCS Club - - - lJGC1Cl9f'S Club - - - College Club . . . will records . . . D. E. Club . . . would like to go to California become a nurse and work in the leffersori Hospital, 10 see R055 Hunter . . , liked salesmanship. cleo en a an ,..anayica c ern- Phuqdelphm' IOAN YOUNG-T 1 k si if "1 " i i' 1 ii THOMAS Wvll-'HELM-HDulChleH - ' ' Clqsslcql Course - ' ' ist is her choice for the future . . . enjoys sports and music Spike Iones fan . . . hopes to be a pharmacist . . . German - . ' Clusslcal Sludenl H D llqmlnq red half, is his favorite class. A , , , . WILLIAM YOUNG-Spanish, favcrite subject . . . Band, Choir, BEVERPY LOU WlLSONjL1keS lournqllsm ' ' ' Tf1'H?'Yf Ken' Assembly Staff, Leader's Club, Hi-Y, College Club . . . lomcn Staff ' ' ' emoys bemq edllor of Kemomcm ' ' ' future business man . . . likes traveling with Band. Wants to secure an office position. NoRMA IEAN WINGROVE-Likes chemistry . . . Majofeiies BETTY LUUISE ZABOR5KYm"BQ'BOOP" - - -,Clf1SSlCGl COUFSQ and Home Economic Club . . . liked trips with Band to ' ' ' WIN Q9 fog muslc School ' ' ' plays Plum, ' 'H' fuyffme away football games . . . interested in writing letters. Class' muslc h1SfOfY ' ' ' Wants to get Cozy Wllh Kozl' IACK WOLFEfNickname, "Crusher" . . . belongs to Band . . . ELIZABETH ZMllEWSKl7"LlZZY" - A - Tfl'l'll'Y - - - will C1lWUYS will always remember "those Band buses" , . , would remember Stewart football games . . .enjoys roller skat- like to study pharmacy after graduation. iflq - - - aspires to WOTli ifl CID OfflC9- SAMUEL L- WOODARDf"S. l--H A - - MOUHOT - . . Hi-Y - - . DON POWEHSf"Moldy" . . . one of those dutiful Monitors . . . basketball star . . . likes popular and classical music . . . I-ll.Y , , , Collsqs Club , A , Clggslcql Course I l , plcms lg future school teacher . . . plans to take up sociology. lqlqe up dsmlsfry, FLORENCE WYLIE-"Flo" . . . Geography Club . . . likes to . . . . ,, K ., . v l remember junior English class . . . thinks R. D. from Trade IGSEPH ARABIA-THIS nickname is Alob ' ' .' hkeb pmlly School is pretty nice girls . . . formerly attended Ken Hi . . . enloyed the as- semblies and football games. WILLIAM H. YEE-Board of Activities, three years . . . Hi-Y . . . eight years as manager of football team . . . "Choppy" MITCHELL ASZKINIEWICZf"Mac" . . . plays the accordion plans to be an athletic trainer. . . . likes to fish and play golf in his spare time. 38 1948 IOSEPH BAKER-"joe" . . . likes to Work on cars . . . a pat' ALFRED DuBOIS-"Al" . . .Patternmakor . . . likes football terifmaker . . . plans for the future include the Marines. . . . member of the Choir . . . favorite occupations are eat- ing and sleeping. RICHARD BAVERA--Machinist . . . "Cowboy" . . . enjoys A l H ,V hunting . , . going to the service when Uncle Sam calls. JOHN FEBBRfiROcsDff1fiSmGfi- ' ' Q iii'Y member ' ' ' Hubby . . . swimming and dancing claim his spare time . . . plan- ning to join the Army Air Corps. EDWARD BENTLEY- fElectrician . . . "Banjo" . . . member of Choir and Hi-Y . . . favorite subject is English . . . many D , fh, h VICTOR GALZERANO-"Io1son" . . . pleasant memories of m'mOHeS O is sop Omore Year' the Iunior-Senior Prom . . . hobbies are sports and dancing . . . destined for the Navy. RAYMOND BERTOCKI-"'Sputzie" . . . active in Trade School basketbcll V - - 1OYGl fun Of the Piiisbumh Piffiles- IOSEPH GLOTNISfDraftsman . . . nicknamed "Peanuts" . . . member of the Choir . . . planning to join the Merchant WILLIAM BOLT, IR.-"Bill" . . . a boxer . . . member of the Marines' Choir, Hi-Y and V'-News staff . . . plaiis to join the Navy I H H after graduation' IACK HEASLEY-Nicknamed lake . , . Patternmaker . . . likes hunting and fishing and all sports . . . Wants to be a 'l t. WILLIAM COX-"Bill" . . . likes hunting . . . patternrnaker . . . pl O Visits Qifis in Tfifeiiiiiiii- WRAY HEFFELFINGER-Machinist . . . "Heir" enjoys music and driving a car . . . lists English as his favorite subject. ALFRED CURTIS-"Al" . . . works at Post Ol'fice in East Deer , . 1 dancing' Swjmnjjnq' Und qjfls mgke. him hqppy. GLENN HORNE-"Harney" . . . special hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . Choir member . . . reporter on V-News staff . . . finds the Navy inviting. IAMES DAVIS-Draftsman . . . "lim" . . . favorite subject is Trig . . . plays basketball for Trade School . . . especially EDWARD IEDLOWSKIY.,Ied,, electrician member of me attracted bY blondes' Choir and Hi-Y . . . future plans are to join the Navy. RICHARD DAVIS-Draftsman . . . "Iughead" . . . likes eco- FRANCIS KALUZNY-"Frank" . . . served in the U. S. Navy nornics . . . is a member of the Choir and Hi-Y , . . wants . . . building models occupies his spare time . . . school to join the Navy. activities are Chcir and I-Ii-Y . . . favorite subject is Trig. Baker Bavora Bentley Bertocki Bolt Cox Curtis I. Davis R. Davis DuBois Febbraio Galzeraito Glotnis I-Ieasley Heffelfingcr Horne Iedlowski Kaluzny 39 EDWARD KAVINSKY--Machinist . . . "Eddie" . . . favors Eng- lish . . . spare time is spent in huntirg and fishing. MIKE KAYAFASf"Greek" . . . is popular with girls . . . mem- ber of the Choir, Hi-Y, and Board of Activities . . . lists horseback riding and swimming as favorite pastimes. CLARK KELLER-Machinist . . . "Bud" . . . is a good me- chanic . . . member cf the Choir . . . hopes to work at the Aluminum Company. RICHARD KELLEY-Draftsman . . , plans going to college , . . "Dick" . . . active in the Choir and president of the Hi-Y. WILLIAM LUFFY-"Bill" . . . has a reputation as a lady- killer . . , machinist , . . plans to take up the trade after graduation . . . an ex-G. I. HAROLD MEANOR--Patternmaker . . . "Harry" . , . member of the Choir and the Hi-Y . . . likes a special Vivian . . . Senior Class treasurer. DAVID MINOR--Draftsman . . . "Viddy" . . . member ot the V-News staff . . . hobby is "Coon Hunting" . . . memories of the Drafting Room. ROY MODOLOf"Mack" . , . Machinist , , . like all other boys . . . he claims swimming and hunting for his sports. Kavinsky Kayafas Keller Meanor Minor Modolo McNutt Nonamaker Ofiesh CLARENCE MOOREfDraftsman . . . great hunter and fisher- man . . . "Cat" . . . favorite subject is history. FLOYD IVICGRAVV--"Flip" . . . Patternmaker . . . satisfied with a white collar job . . . spends spare time on his motor- cycle , . . Wants an easy life. DONALD MCNUTT-Draftsman . . . "Sonny" . . . favorite sub- ject is Trig . . . football player . . , planning to take post graduate course . . . will remember the drafting room. WILLIAM NONAMAKER-"Bill" . . . editor of the V-News . . . member of the Choir . . .vice-president of the Hi-Y . . . vet- eran who plans to go to college. RAYMOND OFIESHfChoir member . . . nicknamed "Sandy" . . . shines in Drafting . . . plans taking a post graduate course. CLARENCE OSTROVECKY---"Punky" . , . enjoys hunting and all sports . . . member of the Choir . . . Wants to loaf after school days are done. ARTHUR PAVETTI--Once attended Vandergrift High School . . . hobby is collecting coins . . . favorite subject is English. Kelley Luffy Moore McGraw Ostrovecky Pavetti 7948 Rapp Redmond Rucci Seman Smatana Stanek Swaney Switzer Toney FRANCIS RAPP-d"Frank" . . . lists music as his tavorito hob- by . . . in the Naval Reserve . . . plans to join up alter graduation. LEROY REDMOND-Patternmaker . , . "Red" . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . expects to join the Navy after graduation. ALFONSO RUCCI-"Al" . . . Machinist . . . Choir member . . . music is his future . . . has a job singing with an orches- tra . . . president of the Trade School Senior Class . . . vice-president of the Ken Hi Senior Class. EDWARD SALIBA-Machinist . . . wants to be a fire chief in the future . . . favors trig . . . shines in English . . . nieni- ber of the V-News staff . . . "Eddie," HARRY SAYLORfLikes to work on engines . . . better known as the "Brain" . . . follows the Machinist trade. EDWARD SEMAN-Served in the Navy . . . Draftsman . . . plans to enter photography school . . . hails from Arnold. IOHN SMATANA-Patternmaker . . . likes hunting and fish, ing . . . owner of a motorbike . . . spends spare time Work- . ing on cars . . . hopes to be a mechanic. STANLEY STANEK-"Stake" . . . Machinist . . . member cf the Choir . . . enjoys dancing . . . hopes to become a machin- ist in the Navy. Saliba Saylor Starr Stone Wess Young IOHN EDWARD STARR --Nicknamed "laclcson" . . . took the Machine Shop Course . . . saves stamps for his hobby . . . future Navy man. EARL STONE---Answers to "Pebble" . . . favorite subject is English . . . Electrician . . . future plans are to become a Merchant Marine. WILLIAM SWANEY--Draftsman . . . likes to hunt and swim . . . "Bill" . . . member of the Taleoken Staff . . . thinks drafting is the best subject going. BLAIR SWITZER- An old hand in buying and selling cars . . plans to go into the fruit business in later years . . Patternmaker. IOI-IN TONEYf"Hubby" . . . Electrician . . . member of the Hi-Y . . . plays basketball . . . many memories of the first Week of shop. WILLIAM E. 'WESSfStudyiiig the Machinist trade which he hopes to continue alter graduation . . . "Bill" . . . hobbies are engines and automobile racing. WILLIAM YOUNGA"Feather" . . . Electrician . . . favors eco- nomics . . . member of the Hi-Y . . . future Navy man. . '- Miss Whitacre helps the music theory class along. The Pennsylvania Contest Winners being pre- sented the awards by Mr. Patterson. Take it easy Miss Phillips. Remember your diet! First year typists struggling along. Coach Fletcher presents "Choppy" with a watch from the football team. Remember the night ol the all Valley Band Festival? Two oi Ken H1's noted couples pose at the Sock Nm 131115 560111 to Qmoy 111111411113 beds ut band Dance. CGIHIJ. Putfmq hmshmg Ioudles OV the KM! Iumor, The mhcxlvle cmd iG11l1i11l M11 Fmhlhom cd thc Semor PYOI'I1'C11I1'lClX of C111 hugh school fun. wheel. The hard-wo1'kir1q prom decoration co1111111t1uL icxkcs time out 101 CI picfiurcz. M155 0111111155 1T11lll'Ul uyu cm the uuvv bkul IL-1115111 45 First Row: A. Alex, G. Alquist, E. Arni- stronq, R. Armstrong, B. Anchors, L Andree Second Row: L. Ashor, A. Austin, M. Bailey, D. Baisler, B. Baker, D. Baker Third Row: R, Bartlett, B. Bauman, N. Baumiller, W. Beestrice, H. Bennett, P. Bertolino Fourth Bow: W. Bevan, B. Black, N. . l Bolt, H. Boratyr, D. I. Bordonaro, D. Bordonaro Fifth Row: I. Bcsso, T. Bretthauer, l. Briscoe, A. Brooks, D. Brown, N. Bruce Sixth Row: D. Buckner, A. Bullitt, D. Calabrese, A. Callahan, S. Callendei, D. Campbell Seventh Row: C. Carnabucci, W. Car- son, R. Cartisano, A. Caruso, I. Cash- ell, E. Cervenak Eighth Row: R. Chorba, P. Cochran, L. Conroy, S. Courson, R. Crouse, M. Curcio CLASS OFFICERS President ............,..........,............... George France Vice-President ..... ........... W illiam Morrow Secretary ......... ........... A nqelo Berarclone Treasurer ....................................,., Willie Thrower Advisers--Miss Moore, Miss Gosetti, Miss Patterson Seated: VV. Morrow, C. France, W. Thrower Standing: Miss Moore, Miss Gosetti, Miss Patterson 1948 First Row: D. Dahrn, A. D'Andrea, A. David, A. Davies, I. Day, L. Delasin Second Row: E. Deleo, D. Duftey, I. Dunbar, I. Dunlap, N. Dunn. V. Dup- linsky Third Row: D. Dzienqelewski. S. Eazer, E. Edwards, H. Eldot, E. Esper, H. Fadrowski Fourth Row: W. Farneth. E. Fassett. D. Felt. G. Ferazzoli, H. Fink, C. Fitzgerald Fifth Row: H. Flemm, S. Foqle. B. Ford. L. Fowler. G. France, R. Frazier Sixth Row: A. Freda, G. Fry, R. Gale. R. Gallagher, R. Garner, B. Geiger Seventh Row: P. Giesler, R. George, V. Gerbert, D. Giqler. B. Glovier, K. Goll Eighth Row: E. Graham, H. Grantz, H. Greer, D. Grabowski, D. Guerrin, M. Haddad Ninth Row: R. Hanna, A. Hardy. B. Harris, C. Hartge, B. Hartman, R. Hartmann Tenth Row: I. Haser, D. Heasley, P. Heffelfinqer, B. Heiqley, M. E. Heinle, I. Heister Eleventh Row: R. Helenski, S. Henery, D. Hess, C. Hicks, I. Hill, A. Hobauah. 46 aniau First Row: l. Hoffman, D, l-loleva, N. lrlouriaan, A. Hrivnak, D. Huqhan, ll. lroland Serond Row: I. Iverson, A. lack, B. lararfz, L. lohnston, L. lohnson, A. liiraailes Third Row: C. Karninski, M. Kane, M. Kapalka, N. Kayalas, G. Keibler, L. Keiloler. Fourth Row: R. Keiizer, M. Keller, L. Kerr, A. Khalil, N. Kirkwood, E. Kiser Fiiih Row: E. Kline, G. Koperek, A. Kopp, H, Koslirvk, R. Kozilcowski, A. Kruse Sixth Row: l. Kuliclc, F. Kwiatkowski, V. Lacinslci, B. Lanae, A. La Russa, V. LGVlf'li Seventh Row: R. Leah, E, Lebby, L. Leave, S. Lewis, E. Linaiey, E. Lipski Eiqhih Row: D. Lloyd, P, Lucci, S. Luke' hari, l. Lovell, L. Magee, K. Mahan Ninth Row: l. Malone, P. Manqone, L. Marco, B. Mason, S. McCain, N. Mc- Cuicheon Tenih Row: M. McElroy, M. Mclfall, M. Macliuqa, D. McNui1, M. Mele, D. Merlina Elevenili Row: G. Michel, C. Miller, l. Miller, M, Miller, R. Miller, E. Milli' qram 1948 First Row: R. Minnivk, M. Miskinis, VV. Mmrow, A. Mcuywft, H. Myiifmk, T.. Nii-kills Second Row: P. Noncmicxker, T. Olcxzrlw- ski, T. Gpcsinski, A. Ui'GvfQr', A. Ori-its, D. Oriowslci Second ROW: P. Nonfimaicer, T. Qiszew- ski, R. Pctnkoskot, C. Patterson, G. Pctvczn, A. Perez. Pf3L1Tiil Row: fi, Pntprs, ii, Pimrro, R. Rmb. R. Potovnuk, R. ituyitut-ic, A. lit-il nriinmrivi Fifth Row: H. Reissner, E. Remy, A. Richards, M. Ridenour, D. Rodrtqtielz, i. Rcdqors Sixth Row: VJ. Roqeerson, I. Rompo, T. Ross, S. Russ, N. Riirwi, A. Rtikctvinm Seventh Row: M. Suiihcx, C. SCGHQG, I. Schcii, E. Sfhontz, W. Spnnpit, M. Semfino Eighth Row: B. Shutter, M. Shclmey, M. Shfmer, L. Shank, A. Schcxntz, T. Shimmin N.nlh Row: R. Siimfwmfxicnr, ii. Siinpsfvn. ff. Sinrimr, T. Rinwimir, V. flirritrt, i. Risif-y First Row: L. Sparks, W. Speer, H, Spene Cer, M. Spierinq, D. Spillers Second Row: E. Spittka, B. Stance, D Stasak, I. Stefan, N. Stewart Third Row: I. Strong, P. Surma, L Swanaer, R. Tamburo, I. Torkeo Fourth Row: H. Tocco, A. Torner, W Thrower, R. Tudor, I. Turner Fifth Row: H. Valentine, P. Voyten, W Wachtler, P. Wagner, P. Wagner Sixth Row: E. Ward, C. Waterloo, P Werner, M. Wess, R. Whalen Seventh Row: R. White, E. Wiles, I Wilson, I. Wolfe, I. Wolfson Eighth Row: M. L. Wright, S. Yanshak B. Yenkala, E. Zediak, D. Ryan First Row: R. Adams, C. Adamovitz, H. Barnes H. Baxter, A. Beradone, E, Berkey Second Row: I. Bohan, G. Bobonik, W. Brinslco, R Campbell, R. Centazzo, R. Conway Third Row: R. Critchlow, C. Cunningham, I Dohmen, R. Geiger, C. Hill, W. Hohn Fourth Row: B. Howe, G. Hrahrzuk, F. lahns, A Kaminslci, F. Kaminsky, T. Kiehl Fifth Row: I. King, H. Kowalczilc, R. Kunkle, C Lauff, R. Lawther, R. Lecocq Sixth Row: I. Luffy, J. Mallin, W. Martonik, H McElroy, G. Milisits, T. Mizak Seventh Row: I. Mrvan, N. O'Donnell, H. Olbeter I. Paul, R, Paul, E. Rabold Eighth Row: V. Rosinski, G. Rowles, E. Savka R. Sharkins, G. Spohn, W. Stull Ninth Row: H. Taylor. l. Taylor, W. Thompson S. Walker Ken-Hi girls are really beautifull Flven with pale The irresistibles ai summer Band camp. l-lulwba! faces and pigtails. How could anyone forget the cloakroom sessions W'ith smiling faces, Ken-Hi students dash to their , in room 21U? next class. After a hard morning, everyone is glad to get The most dangerous place in the school is the down to the cafeteria for lunch. chemistry lab. lsn't that right, Mr. Herlinger? '50 Mr. Frazier farfxfully vhorks H10 11101101 in pm- Thfs Mus In Vmlloy Hrxiqhm is vxlwrxys vrrwwflrvll lmn mcrkinq class. . . , The main attraction of the bulls-iin board is Our serlous-mmded secretcmes GH seem to be dwg S me failure list left-handed. Could it be the camera? Y ' Who's going io qet that bull? Your guess is GS Ken Hi's future cooks seem to be whippirlq up :mod Us ours. somethinq extra spwicd. 31 5a7zJmmaau First Bow: A. Adams, P. Adams, M. I. Anderson, F. Arabia, B. Armstrong, C. Atkinson Second Bow: D. Bailey, N. Bailina, I. Baker, I. Baker, M. Baker, B. Barham Third Row: S. Barron, D, Bartolacci, M. Basta, B. Bateman, P. Bates, P. Bazzano Fourth Bow: P. Beatty, L. Benedict, D. Benincascr, R. Benn, B. Bennett, E. Berqad Fifth Bow: M. Berqfeld, I. Betler, M. L. Bickert, H. Bland, B. Bloom, P. Bonadio Sixth Bow: I. Bonk, V. Bordell, W. Bauman, H. Bowser, W Bowser, V. Bradley Seventh Bow: D. Brasfield, P. Brown, T. Browne, I. Brinqe, L. Bufiinqton, D. Bullers Eighth Row: F. Burqly, D. Campbell, M. Camp- bell, P. Campbell, H. Counoupas, S. Cardenas Seated: T. Browne, P. Bazzano, I. Giordano, D. Cowen Standing: Mrs. I-larter, Mr. Herlinqer CLASS OFFICERS President ..............,.........,......,.,..,.,.,....,.,..,......,...,..,..,. Paul Bazzano Vice-President ......... ........,. I oseph Giordano Secretary .....,...................................................... Theodore Browne Treasurer ...,............,.......,.,.,..................,,.......,.,..,. Donald Cowen Advisers-Mrs. Harter, Mr. Herlinqer 1948 First Row: C. Carrey, D. Carter, R. Carvin, R Cashell, M. Cebula, R. Christmas Second Row: L. Ciancutti, A. Clark, C. Claassen R. Claypool, I. Compton, C. Connolly Third Row: C. Conner, L. Conner, I. Conrad, K Conway, B. I. Corey, M. L. Corey Fourth Row: D. Cowen, G. Cowen, 'l'. Cramer, B Croyle, I. Croqnale, R. Crum Filth Row: V. Cunningham, H. Curcio, R, David- son, L. Davis, R. DeSimo1ie, V. Downard Sixth How: L. Duddy, L. Dzienqelewski, I. Ellis R. Emrnert, B. Faith, T. Farina Seventh Row: H. Farneth, Ft. Farneth, R. Faust D. Febbraio, A. Fennell, G. Ferguson Eighth Row: I. Fiscus, L. I. Flynn, I. Frazier, D Freialdenhofen, D. Galbo, A. Galzerano Ninth Row: F. Galzerano, D. Gans, D. Gerlach D. Germiiiaia, S. Getz, D. Gill Tenth Row: S. Gillis, I. Giordano, G. Goerman G. Goetz, F. Golembeski, A. Grau Eleventh Row: D. Graham, l. Greenberg, A. Gretz R. Grzybek, L. Guida, W. Gutknecht NJ, 1 f 8 First Row: B. Hull, D. Hdrkins, W. Hurshbeiqei, D. Hawk, G. Hecker, I. Heilin Second How: I. Hepler, E. llileniun, G. Hill, L. Ho- bcruqh, I. Hockenberry, N. Hoqlund Third Row: D. Hohmcmn, M. Holevd, M. Hollier, S. Hollier, P. Horne, N. Horretter Fourth Row: C. Howard, H. Howlett, M. Irwin, N. Iuck, N. Iucohy, E. Iurcrcz Fifth Row: E. Iedlowski, D. Iohnson, N. Iohnson, T. Iorddn, W. Iordcm, B. Kelley Sixth Row: S. Kersten, H. Keczmei, P. Kerstettcr, M. Kondzeski, C. Kotowski, M. Kowcxlczyk Seventh Row: T. Kowalski, I. Kuchdrski, R. Lu- bcsky, M. Leonard, W. Ledci, P. Leisure Eighth Row: R. Leisure, G. Leiter, I. Link, R. Liv' ingston, I. Lubomski, T. Mcmqone Ninth Flow: I. Mcuinclrino, H. Marks, G. Mdroni, H. Mcrtviko, I. Mclrzullo, M. McCabe Tenth Row: L. McClintock, N. McCrec1dy, H. Mc' Elwdin, I. McEr1tyre, M. McIunkin, B. McMilIen v 1948 First Row: M. McMillin, P. McSweeney, M. Mecmor, M. Merrymcrn, E. Michorel, B. Mikeseti Second Row: H. Milisits, I. Milsoiii, F. Mines, D. Moffett, M. Morqdn, N. Moses Third Row: L. A. Mullicd, M. A. Mydock, R. Myers, L. Ndviqlid, R. Nitowski, S. Noble Fourth Row: E. NonCrri1ok.e1', l. Nornidn, R. Omee cinski, G. Ordvec, D. Osborne, Y. Polettd Filth Row: C. Pdntcmo, I. Pdtlon, H. Pelisdri, I. Perotti, M. Perriello, H. Perry Six Row: A, Petruldic, F. Pettit, lj. Pierce, I. llcxckl I. Rcrnldgyh, R. Rupp l - f qt.: fe' wx.. xr- 'P' Seventh Row: E. Re-drink, M. Redding, W. Reeves. R. Rieck, P. Resetdr, E. Rcrdowicz Eighth Row: L. Rogers, D. Ross, E. Rozpierski, L. Sock, E. Sokulcki, M. I. Sdlcrti Ninth Row: C. Sczivotiuo, B. Schc1t'tr1er, F. Schueid er, C. Shaffer, R. Shczetter, S. Shearon Tenth Row: D. Shepard, N. Shepard, I. Shonesky E. Sinclair, R. Siuto, I. Skrypeck S First Row: S. Slovene-C, B. Smith, C. Smith, M. Smith, I. Snail' Second Row: R. Snyder, M. Solomon, D. Spisak, M. Starr, A. Stasak . l, ' ' fi.-gf. Lf V ,fn , if "' ,ff K-'eff' ' it' Third Row: E. Stirla-1Lidff'R. Stonis, Swaqer, L. Szgmieorski, f, O. Tanner uw' 51. Q, J 5 V if. ff 4 ' f ffMf'Q. W' 'I 'iff' 'A L gf' '4 Fourth Row: R. Taylor, S. Teorsky, M. Thomas, G. 'lllIIlH1lHS, S, Tocco Fiith Row: P. Trqine, R. Trojanowski, P. Tylinski, C. Umbauqh, I. Uncapher Sixth How: H. Venatta, 1. Vertman, B. Waqnor, M. Ward, C. Wauqh Seventh Row: A. Weaver, I. Weiss, G. Welsh, I. Wenger, I. Whcmn Eiqhth Row: B. White, C. White, B. Williams, H. Wiley, I. Williams Ninth How: M. Williamson, R. Wilson, R. Woods, L. Yeager, I. Yetka Tenth ROW: I. Yetka, R. Zahradnik, A. Zatwarnicki, F. Zito ' Sofzfzamofzu First Row: I. Alerich, E. Atkinson, G. Beck, T. Berlinski, T. Black, I. Blose, H. Boiaonik Second Row: F. Bosuski, I. Bowser, R. Bew- ser, T. Burkett. W. Callahan, F. Chovan, C. Cirnino Third Row: R. Daniels, R. Dohrnen, D. Faith, C. Forneth, C. Fester, D. Fink, S. Galzerano lbtiitli l-tow: C. Liantzei, H. Gordon, H, Graft, I. Guyei, R. Hessoin, E. Hladney. F. Howard Fifth Row: A. Huahley, R. Iackson, L. Ia- qodzinski, R. Iaskey, N. Kersten, I. Kow- alski, R. Kunkle Sixth ltow: LJ. Landis, W. Leonaid, I. Man- qini. I, McCoIlim, L. McElroy, R. McKin- ney, H. McMitlen Seventh Row: I. Mennitto, D. Middleby, E. Miller, F. Miller, L. Miller, L. Palumbo, I. Papaila Eighth Row: R. Pish, I. Quetot, R. Ray, D. Rodgers, F. Rotto, I. Bucci, W. Hysak Ninth Row: V. Seskinski, R. Szynianski, D. Shearer, R. Shearer, D. Skelton, W. Sinith, ll. Steen Tenth Row: VV. Steen, R. Ste-Hy, D. Stone, D. Sulitz, W. Swider, R. Uric, R, Wolfe Eleventh Row: E. Younq, I. Zaleski, M. Zeqarelli Chrysurithy Conomos and Miss Ewing are busy lust twice in cz lite time for most students-lunior with librciry routiries. Senior Prom. Mciyme and Audrey might be Writing letters A requlcrr morning practice session for the choir home.-Homesick! under Miss VVhitc1cre's direction. Mr. Glock ironing out some athletic problem. Swiuiuiinq is turi crt Bond Camp. 58 Mcxttutdcx must he on her toes to take Mr. Wecxv- Tom Burkett teams the time points of the wood er's dictation. lathe. The speech of that great orcztor, Dczhn Cappel, seems to amuse the public speukinq clczss. tjttuit l11OIIttJi'fS scent vety ultcrgctic ut thus putty M11 Kelso: and Muty Amt took OVEJI some sched- 1l1OI11tl1C-1 playtime. utu sheets. 59 qaeifzmen Seated: R. Cieslinski, I. Smittle, S. Kaufman, D. Rupert Standing: Mr. Ringhoffer CLASS OFFICERS President ...,.,.,,...,,......,.,...,..............................,...,..,,.,....... Iohn Smittle Vice-Prezident .......... ..,....,.. S amuel Kaufman Secretary .........,........................,..,... ........,.. R enetta Cieslinski Treasurer ......,.,.....................,.........,.... ................ D onald Rupert Adviser-Mr. Ringhofter First How: li. Alncrtiarrr, M. Arrreris, H. Arieda, C. Barniker, V. Vasbinder, K. Bender Second Bow: P. Benedict, I. Bennett, R. Beveridge, L. Bloorn, W. Bonatti, V. Booher third How: S. Bowser, N. Brandt, I. Brooks, D. Brown, S. Bruno, E. Burchin Fourth RCW: P. Campbell, S. Carnabucci, V. Cash- ell, B. Chestnut, G. Christopher, C. Conomos Fifth Row: M. Craig, R. Del Duca, I. Dreon, G. Dunehue, R. Egli, R. Engler Sixth Row: C. Esper, I. Fillmore, O. Fink, M. Fink, R. Flerninq, P. Flynn Seventh Row: W. Frederick, R. Frye, D. Galbo, S. Garris, R. George, M. Gillis Eighth Row: R. Goodbread, C. Gutgsell, I. Guzzi, S. Haddad, D. Hancock, S. Hcrrtge 1948 'irst Row: M. l-loratazis, T. Hous- er, B. Ireland, W. Ienninqs, C lohnson, S. Kaufman, l. Ker- sten, R. Key lecond Row: A. Klein, D. Kline S. Klinqensmith, A. Kress, E. Long, G. Macshane, C. Man- aone, M. Manqone Third Row: E. Marzullo, N. Mc- Atoose, l. Mcliityre, S. Miller R. Miller, V. Mines, D. Morfit li. Mosley 'ourth Row: W. Moten, W. Nitow- ski, M. Nealer, B. Neely, G Nelson, L. Niernec, M. Ofiesh R. Olivo Fifth Plow: I. Ostroske, l-l. Paul N. Pavan, L. Pfeiffer, C. Phil' lips, VJ. Phillips, C. Posteraro T. Puqliese liixth Row: G. Rapp, H. Ptearick K. Reed, A. Renee, W. Robin son, P. Rossi, D. Rupert, D Rupert Seventh Row: L. Rupp, B. Ryan D. Seabury, A. Sellari, D N Shearer, D. Shihda, B. Slo A venec, I. Smittle Eighth Row: D. Sopko, C. Spillers E. Stokes, G. Stone-chek, G Strong, R. Stuck, R. Sutter, T Szajna Ninth Row: T. Szul, R. Taylor, C Tesche, L. Votquenne, R. Walk er, M. Watkins, S. Welsh, l Whartn Tenth Row: l. Wilber, W. Wil helm, M. Windows, M. Wood B. Wrobleski, P. Yost, L. Zadai G. Zilliac Everyone in the library appears to be working hard as this picture was taken. The artists of Ken Hi are deeply engrossed in their Work. Everyone is eaaer tor chow Call dt band camp. An excitinq game of qirl's basketball is under- way. Lunch time in the cafeteria finds everyone smiling. Study Hall in 401 is taken advantage of by the studious C?P pupils. n Y Earlaara, Kathryn, Nita, and Marilvel Work on a Miss Elrqes helps Marilyn Mf'l7onalrl plan for next physics experirnenl. year. Mr. Colao just ready lo snap Mary Lou Carnahan. Charlie is hard ai Work at one oi his many tasks. Trade School draftsmen really look like proies- Gloria Henry is one oi the efficient girls in Miss sionals. Bouchers office, 63 5 2 6' -ugmfi 5 Q.. 13472 wg ! QE :- Xa 4: , L , wifi .. Q w X -3 ' . K MQ Jr f ,IQ - A- , 33.1 Ky . ... W ' jf-,' V X 4 .. km., ,. by 'in 1 ' F - 2125, H 1,2 ,w 5,11 , if tm 4:14 2 L f ' f ,Y 713 ' + 'AQA z s f V . iff' K ' X3 - 1:5 9 K-9? ,V hz? 7 ' if ff ' ,ar 3 ,i ,L gr, I X, . I W 5' jg ef 25-S ii: ix . QW 5551335 . f 1 ,W L- Q ,, - W Qi 5551 x W A ww,- ' Rfk r ,I -MQ' , -44, . w tx?f'iQS-Di , W, , Y. I ,gg XX fl lf. ki ' Q ' 4 7 Q4 Q Act Vljwo III Twcm Scenes THE SENIOR TRI-HI-Y The Senior Tri-Hi-Y, sponsored by Miss Miriam Moore, is open to girls ot the Senior Class who subscribe to its purposes and tultill the club requirements. During l947-l948, their activities included a Sock Dance, a Minuet Dance, at- tendance at the Vandergritt Rally, and the Y. M. C. A. annual dinner. Officers are Nita Foulkrod, president, Carol Kaufman, Vice-presidentg Carol Davis treasurerg and Nellie Mae johnson, secretary. This year these officers organ- ized a new Tri-Hi-Y group of junior girls. IUNIOR TRI-HI-Y After opening its membership, the Tri-Hi-Y acquired so many new mem- bers that it formed a junior Trifl-li-Y composed oi girls ot the junior class inter- ested in Tri-Hi-Y work. Although the junior Tri-Hi-Y follows a similar plan, it undertakes separate projects. These projects included a candy and cookie day, a bake sale, and a Coke and Bobby-Sox dance. Its otticers are president, Helen Greerg Vice-president, Ruth Frazier, secretary, Patty Voyteng treasurer, Kathryn Goll. lts sponsor is Miss Boucher. 66 HI-Y The l-lifY attords boys opportunities tor spiritual and social development and Christian service. Each year the club sponsors a dance, attends conven- tions, enters a basketball team in the Y. M. C. A. league, and does a tine job ot decorating Ken l-li's Christmas tree. The initiation ot new members is a color- tul event, eagerly anticipated by all students. First Row: G. Conrad, R. Heasley, E. Linney, R. Moore, I. Conrad, R. DeSimone, C. Best, C. Miller, R. Kochanski, W. Yee, T. Shimnxin. Second Row: R. Bauman, P, Bazzano, G. Welsh, W. Sennntt, D. Buckner, R. Murray, D, Cappel, fi. Rapp, R. Basta, Mr. Ringhoffer. Third Row: W. Young, R, Wassall, S. Woodard, R. Marshall, C. Toohey, D. Belll, A, llrivnak, P. Lucci. First Row: S. Galzerano, W. Bolt, A. Beiardone, R. Paul, I. Luffy, E. Young, W. Young. Second Row: F. Kaluzny, I, Toney, R. Davis, Mr. Upton, I. Fe-hbraro, E. Iedlowski, D. Sulitz. Third Row: I. Mallin, A. Rucci, I. Rucci, M. Kayatas, H, Mftanor, V. Galzerano, E, Bentley, IN, Nonarnaker, R. Kelly. VOCATIONAL HI-Y The Vocational Hi-Y members have been active in the interests ot the school campaigning for co-operation, clean speech, and honesty in school and everyday life. The local l-li-Y group is part ot the larger state organization which has been organized by the Y. M. C. A. Members are under the guidance ot Mr. Upton. 67 THE KENTONIAN Our school paper, the Kentonian, is published every two weeks during the school term. The student journalists, under the supervision of Miss Russell, strive to make this paper live up to its motto, "Gur School Exactly As lt Goes," by their interesting editorials, witty jokes, happenings in the field oi sports, social and academic events. Editors are Anna Mae Guida and Beverly Wilson. First Bow: G. Conrad, T. Shimmin, S. Broftman, B. Fazekas, E. Dicello, R. Moore, I. Wolfson. Second Bow: I, Pettit, l. Cooper, L. Clever, M. Borik, B. Wilson, A, M. Guida, B. Brooks, T. Romeo, B. George, S. Bruno, S. Haddad. Third Bow: S. Price, M. Machuga, D. Frederick, S, Walter, S. Means, C. Davis, A. Bullitt, P. Voyten, P. Bonadio, M, Marino, M, McKee-ver, M. Williamson, F, Pettit, Miss Russell. Fourth How: A. Bailey, S. Walters, I. Schall, D. Guerrin, H. Ireland, B. Mappin, W. Cooper, I. Howard, N. I. Iacoby, S. Barron. First Bow: W. Bolt, G. Bobnik, H. Kowalczik, G. Gantzer, T. Burkett, R. Graff, E. Saliba. Second Row: I. Naretta, R. Faith, W. Nonamaker, V, Galzerano, I, Paul, W. Stull, G. Horne. Third Bow: B. Sharpe, Miss Miller, Mrs. Griesemer, R. Paul, B. Howe, I. Lutiey, THE V-NEWS The V-News is a paper which is published monthly at the Vocational building and has upheld its record for seven years. This was made possible by the eitorts of Mrs. Griesemer and the start. This paper is sent by mail to our service men in all parts oi the world. Publication oi this paper provides ex- cellent training for the start. 68 SENIOR RED CROSS The Senior Red Cross is an active organization under the supervision oi Miss Mathison and is composed of a boy and a girl from each section room. Each year this club accomplishes the aims of the National Red Cross by con- ducting the annual roll call and sending Christmas packages to children of foreign countries. An occasional letter of appreciation encourages those who contribute. First Row: I. Stefan, E. Kost, l. Pollack, B. Remy, B. Pfeiffer, I. Truitt, P. Bickerstaff, L. Yeager, P. Voylen, G. Oravec, L. Benedict, I. fiefflin, I. Link, R. Venatta. Second Row: A. Clark, H. Fadrowski, R. Frazier, B. Lange, P. Lucci, N. Kayatas, K. ffoglund, C. Davis, I. DeSimone, S. Eazer, I. Marzullo, R. M, Smith, I. Pettit, S. Callender, D. McNutt, Third Row: C. Fitzgerald, V. Pisana, E. Sinclair, D. Cappel, R. Howlett, G. Toohey, R. Bloom, R. Brown, D. Rodriguez, F. Marotti, V. Downard. First Row: B. Berkey, R. Paul, S. Zimmerman, V. Booher, M. Mangone, H. Paul, O. Tanner, I. Pat- terson, F. Salvatore. Second Row: W. Nitowski, R. Arieda, Miss Armstrong, S. Edwards, K. Garner, Miss Branthcover, S. Kaufman, R. Giesler. IUNIOR RED CROSS The Iunior Red Cross is composed of seventh, eight, and ninth graders and is under the supervision of Miss Branthoover and Miss Armstrong. Each room has two members who act as representatives. They are responsible for the annual roll call and for the Christmas boxes sent to Europe for the under- privileged children. The freshman girls also knit foot warmers this year. 69 THE GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB Gne of the most active organizations in Ken Hi, the Girls' Leaders Club, is under the enthusiastic leadership of Miss Rosemarie Pascaretta. The girls are selected because of their participation as leaders in gym classes. Upon entering the club, they are given a formal initiation, Where they are taught the finer points of fair play. First Row: G. Henry, L. Deitch, S. Claster, I. Evans, N. Foulkrod, F.. Checco, C. Campbell, N. M. Iohnson, P. Treasure, l. Cooper, I. Pettit, C. Kaufman. Second Row: B. Smith, M. Murtha, N. I. Bolt, T. Watkins, E. Crummie, K. Sinclair, M. K. Weber, I. Shalkoski, C. Davis, L. Ienkins, B. Venter, P. Bickerstaff, I. Shefier, S. Means. Third Bow: S. Peters, N. Dunn, B. Lange, B. DeVine, M. McDonald, S. Fatula, B. Sennett, A. Bailey, M. Bell. First ROW: D. Spiering, A. Barham, C. Pattersfn, P. Voyten, L. Fester, E. Crummie, H. Macshane, I. Malone, M. A. Gans, D. Frederick, P. Garris, M. Dorociak. Second Row: B. Baybuck, E. Salati, G. Roffol, M. Bidenour, A. Schantz, A. Austin, E. Waugh, L. Salego, F. Conto, G. Pavan, Y. Paletta, M. Wright. Third ROW: Miss Olmer, F. Pomykala, C. Szul, M. Borik, I. Truitt, V. Barch, E. Baldwin, C. Campbell, M. K. Weber, A. David, E. Czaplicki, H. Boratyn, D. Dziengelewski, I. Strong, C. Simon, L. Ashor, Miss Stuchell. Fcurth Row: S. Shoemaker, E. Schantz, M. Bailey, M. Miller, A. Kopp, A. Tomer, M. L. Crail, G. MC- Keever, M. Spiering, D. Gigler, A. Iurgaites, D. Campbell, D. Dahm, B. Tracz. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA This is the second year for the Home Economics Club to be affiliated with the State and National Future Homemakers of America. The club is sponsored by Miss Olmer and Miss Stuchell. Events included the annual spring fashion show, a trip to Pittsburgh, participation in an all-county fashion show in Greens- burg and attendance at the state convention in Iohnstown. 70 DRAMATIC CLUB "Tom" . . . "Huck" are the familiar names heard coming out of 105 this year. Yes, it's the Dramatic Club in action. For the annual play this year the Dramatic Club presented the dramatic version of "TCM SAWYER," on Friday, February 6. A special matinee for children was enthusiastically patronized. The usual trip to the Nixon was planned by members and Mrs. Klinke, sponsor. First Row: l. Cooper, N. M. Ichnson, E. Checco, L. Deitch, S. Claster, l. Evans, Mrs. Klirke, P. Treasure, C. Heasley, R. Smith, I. Bengston, L. Marco. Second Row: E. Milligram, R. Smith, N. A. Thomas, E. Lebby, A. Douglas, G. Abraham, S, Puilcs, S. Shetler, A. Perez, B. Pfeiffer, B. Reese, D. Heasley. Third Row: P. Lucci, l, Black, D. Miller, D. Cappel, G. Toohey, l. Langlois, l. Iverson, H. lreland, R. Krieg, L. Bickert. CO First Row: I, Sisley, R. Armstrong, C. Fitzgerald, C, Best, R. Chorba. Second Row: Miss Owen, l. Evans, I. Vairo, E. Armstrong, N. Foullcrod, N. Thomas, Miss Armstrong. HANDBOOK STAFF A medal of honor to the Handbook Staff and sponsors for their work in helping confused students adjust themselves to life at Ken Hi. lts publication is made possible by the Board of Education and a copy is given to each student. The little red book, prepared under the direction of Miss Gwen and Miss Arm- strong, contains vital information for teachers and pupils. 71 CHOIR Harmonious strains of music till the air in the vicinity oi 208 each morn- ing as the choir assembles for an eight o'cloclc practice session. Under the iine leadership oi Miss Emogene Whitacre, the choir prepares tor its many public appearances. The director and members have been complimented ior their excellent performances in the school and in the community. The choir's sing- ing oi Christmas carols and Easter music has become traditional. The Spring Festival climaxes the year's activity. , 4 scam AND scoRE The Script and Score Club, under the enthusiastic supervision of its talent- ed sponsor, Miss Whitacre, is designed tor those students who are particulalry gifted in music and dramatics. ln March oi this year the club presented "A Waltz Dream" by Oscar Straus with Ioy DeSimone, Nellie Mae lohnson and Bob Bloom singing the leading roles. Officers are Nita Foulkrod, presidentg Anna Lou Alex, vice-presidentg Ioy DeSimone, secretaryg and Erma lane Raab, treasurer. 72 ORCHESTRA Some of the most talented students in the school are members ot the orchestra. The orchestra plays tor various school functions, including the dramatic productions, commencement, and the baccalaureate service. The organization is at its peak in the music festival which is held each spring. The capable leadership oi the director, Mr. Frank Oliver, makes the orchestras work outstanding. First Row: E. Milligrarn, S. Arinstrong, L. Dziongolewski, W. Phillips, D, Hohmann, M. Headley, R, Marks. Second Row: E. Eberbach, D. Ormesher, Mi. Oliver, D. Kidd, E, Lebby, C. llartge, E. Bergad, M. Cebula. Third Row: D. Cappel, R. Claypool, D. Bailey, R. Armstrong, M. Engler, M. Howells, l, lverson. C. Fitzerald, R. Basta, E. Raab, R. Rupert, B. Geiger, C. Sinclair, Seated: E. Milligram, D. Cappel, l. lverson, R, Rupert, E. Raab, C. Sinclair, D. Kidd, R. Hartman, D. Buckner, R. Armstrong, D. Ormesher, M. Engler, R. Basta. Standing: R. Marks, W. Phillips, C. Fitzgerald, Mr. Oliver. KENNSYLVANIANS The Kennsylvanians, the school dance band, furnish music tor our tea dances and assemblies. Featuring everything from jump tunes to romantic ballads, they are recognized as an essential part ot the school's music program. Directed by Mr. Qliver, they bring the hit tunes oi the day to the students, who are always generous in applause and anxious to hear another number. 73 COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club, sponsored by Mr. Keiser, is composed ot senior and junior commercial students. Two meetings are held each month and represen- tatives from the business world are invited to talk to students about business conditions. A supper dance and pretzel day are among the activities ot the club. First Row: D. Malek, W. Taylor, A. Pappas, D. Petrie, E. Austin, I. Shaikoski, Mr. Keiser, S. Mcans, A. Bailey, V. Kedonis, T. Romeo, I. Mangone, V. Shihda. Second Row: R. Smith, N. A. Thomas, R. Brooks, F. Pomykala, G. Tress, D. Fusca. P. Busier, S. Walters, I. Bengston, I. Marziale, I. Turner, D. Michel, E. Hawk, B. Pfeiffer, I. Howard, W. Vonderkall, A. Barron, E. DeMayo. Third Row: P. Mildren, D. Putzu, H. Rutka, l. Festa, G. Guyer, D. L. Frederick, S, Walter, I. Vairo, N. Armani, P. Spohn, B, Miller, G. Baldwin, F. Conto. First Row: I. Blose, N. Lewis, V. Minick, D. Golembeski, R. Galzarano, Mr. Pfeiffer, P. Howieson, I. Carter, E. Carrop, M. L. Carnahan, F. Thomas. Second Row: B. L. Young, L Owsiany, D. Pelisari, D. Mandak, A, Hrabczuk, A. M. Ondako, S. Rosenberger, D. Switzer, D. Robinson, M. Maiure, H. Cribbs. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB The D. E. Club is an organization tor the students enrolled in the Distribu- tive Education Course. The purpose oi the club is to promote the social Wel- fare ot the group. The outstanding activity of the club is the annual all day trip to Pittsburgh. A "behind the scenes" tour ot a large department store is followed by dinner and the theater. The club is sponsored by Mr. Pfeiiier. 74 THE COLLEGE CLUB The College Club, etticiently supervised by Mr. Mooney and Miss Eiges, exists for the guidance ot the seniors who plan to attend college. lts members take numerous tests throughout the year to familiarize them with college tests. Representatives ot various colleges and universities speak to the club during the year and on Career Conference night, held this year March ll. GEOGRAPHY CLUB The Geography Club was organized last year tor members ot the geog- raphy classes. The club is a section ot the Geography Club of Western Penn- sylvania and the National Council ot Geography Teachers. From the many units ot Work throughout the year, several ot the most interesting are put on exhibition in the geography room. Miss Mary Phillips is the sponsor. 75 ASSEMBLY STAFF Through the diligent planning of Mr. leiierson, this organization brings iorty-tive minutes ot relaxation to Weary class students by means of the pro- jection ot the latest educational movies. They are also in charge ot the public address system for the auditorium and assist in the staging of the school as- semblies. Teachers and students are happy when they are scheduled to "visit" room 109. First Row: L. Lecce, I. Romeo, P. Lucci, E. Stevens, M. Goldberg, C. Shaw, L. Delasin. Second Row: Mr. letferson, R. Rupert, D. Rodriguez, W. Young, R. Wassal, R. Mydoclc, W. Farnclh, G. Bowser, E. Lipski, F. Marotti. First Row: R. Basta, C. Miller, I. Iverson, R. Chorba, R. Armstrong. Second Row: E. Stevens, R. Marshall, D. Be-lli, S. Woodard, l. Sisley, D. Cappel, C. Best, Mr. Mooney. MONITORS The Monitors Club, sponsored by Mr. Mooney, has thirteen junior and senior members who take an active part in the affairs ot the school. The boys direct traiiic in the halls, serve as couriers tor the offices, and usher classes to assemblies. They also assist at fire drills which they have helped to make the most successful Ken Hi has ever had. 76 BANK STAFF The Bank Start handles all financial transactions ot the school, an ever increasing responsibility in Ken l-li. Section rooms, classes, organizations and students are served by this bank. The Bank Start members are chosen by the cashier, Mr. Vorlage, in their junior year. The stai-t is composed ot tour tellers, tour bookkeepers, two auditors, two messengers, and a check writer. First Row: D. Malek, N. Armani, A. Barron, R. Brooks, V. Kedonis, E. Hawk. Second How: Mr. Vorlaqo, G. Guyer, l, Vairo, I, Slialkoski, B. Miller, T. Romeo, CT, Shaw. Seated: V. Lavick, B. Zabcrsky, G. Henry, R. Whalen. Standing: E. Czaplicki, Miss Boucher, M. McDonald, R. Gale. ATTENDANCE STAFF The Attendance Start is always hard at work in Miss Boucher's ottice. This staii is composed ot a group ot sophomore, junior, and senior girls who keep a constant check on those who are tardy and absent from class. These girls are generous in giving up their study halls in order to keep the school's attendance records. The work oi these girls is appreciated. 77 BOARD OF ACTIVITIES The Board Ot Activities stepped into the limelight this year when it oper- ated the concession stand at the new stadium. The board again sponsored Career Conference Night, in co-operation with the Guidance Department and the Kiwanis Club, Was host at the Board of Activities banquet, and sent tive delegates to the Pennsylvania Association of Student Participation in School Government, in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Seated: P. Voyten, W. Yee, E. Stevens, C. Kaufman, G. France. Standing: Miss Boucher, l. Turner, R, Chorba, E. Michael, Mr. Vorlaae, M. McCabe, B. l'DeSimone, Mr. Weaver. First Bow: B. Critchlow, M. Kayaias, l. Luttey. Second BOW: B. laslcey, Mr, Black. VOCATIONAL BOARD OF ACTIVITIES The Vocational Board of Activities, headed by Mr. Black, is elected each school year by the student body. Their responsibilities are attending to stu- dent aitairs such as dances, assemblies, and sports events. They also spon- sor the Vocational basketball squad. Meetings are held to plan tor these events. These students and their sponsor give much ot their time to school problems, 78 First Row: N. Thomas, C. Heasley, Ft. Brooks, I. Shelter, I. Parker, P. Biclcerstaii, B. Pfeiffer, E. Raab, V. Kedonis, I. Evans, S. Claster, N. Foulkrod. Second Row: Miss Walker, I. Turner, B. Artman, P, Mildren, H. Butka, D. Fusca, A. Douglas, N, Armani, G. Tress, P. Treasure, N. M. Iohnson, I, Vairo, Miss Taylor. Third Bow: T. Sprowls, B. Venter, D. Michel, L. Deitch, I. Shalkoslci, B. Hammond, I. Bengston, D. Petrie, T. Cooper, C. Campbell, I. DeSimone, C. Kaufman, C. Best. Fourth Bow: P. Krowsoski, I. Kedzierski, I. Bullers, D. Ormesher, E, Fitzgerald, B. Vfassall, T. Marotti, D, Cappel, D, Rupert, E. Stevens. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY "The object ot the National Honor Society shall be to create an en- thusiasm for scholarship." These words ot the constitution ot the National Honor Society seem rather meaningless by themselves, yet to the members these Words mean long hours oi diligent study. Becoming a member of the nationally known organization gives a certain prestige that cannot be duplicat- ed in any other high school organization. The group is chosen by the senior section room teachers, Mr. Weaver, and Miss Boucher according to a definite system that considers qualities of leadership, character, and service in addi- tion to scholarship. The group usually consists oi seniors only, however, it is necessary to elect a tew juniors at the end oi each year in order to maintain the organization. The group has Miss Taylor as its sponsor and Miss Walker as its treasurer. Oiiicers are elected at the begining of each semester. 70 Afxw. First Bow: I. Ycunq, N. A. Thomas, I. Vairo, S. Claster, C, Campbell, P. Treasure, I. Shelter, B. Smith, B. Brooks, D. Michel, B. Artman. Second Bow: Miss Boucher, E. Baab, G. Tress, I. Turner, D, Petrie, C. Kaufman, D. L. Frederick, I. Parker, B. Miller, P. Bickerstaft, Mr. Keiser. Third Bow: T. Sprowls, E. Stevens, D, Rupert, C. Fitzgerald, D. Ormesher, D. Belli, W. Swaney, T. Heasley, TALEOKEN STAFF EditoreDavid Ormesher Co-Editor-lean Vairo Assistant EditorsffBeverly Artman, Dan Belli, Pearl Bickerstaii, Rebecca Brooks, Carolyn Campbell, Sally Claster, Carol Kaufman, Betty Miller, lean Parker, Dick Rupert, Ioan Shelter, Ruth Smith, Nora Ann Thomas, Patricia Treasure, Gretchen Tress, lean Turner, Ioan Young. Assistant Editors, Vocational Schoolflack Heasley, Williani Swcmoy. Sports Editorse-Thomas Sprowls, Elmer Stevens. Circulation Manaqerfffirma lane Baab. PhotoqraphyACecil Fitzgerald. Art-Senior Art Class. Typists-Donna Lou Frederick, Gloria Henry, Doris Michel, Dolores Petrie. Sponsorselaucretia Boucher, lohn L. Keiser. 80 Mr. Veitch has just completed a transaction with Evelyn Hawk, while lean EGGS, Salt, VCIDillCI, Sl1OflG1'1iHQf, what Vairo waits tor a customer. did you say We were having tor lunch? l The Science Club, with Mr. Walter, "1 Dledqe allegiance to The HCICJ . - their sponsor, look scientifically minded. and so another day begins in Ken Hi. Welding doesn't seem so hard to ' r Bob Graft with Mr. l-leymers to supervise. 81 Q 4 ,Y - , A559121 ' kg, gg in U ' 2 Q Sig! f L WS: N L jj :QM - 5' F9825 5 'P' S y Q s Nr X' 1' Q Yi L L L x I' LL ,QA . sf +, 99 25- f a m ,,.. .Q v fs V an L 1 J' fa, fn., 9 L U. , X 4 .L ,X a ' -1, W. rf' W 3, In Gkif ' X 4 .35 L - ' ' L - Lf' as Li-R 34 . , Qs N ,ev Qu ,Q ? A L N L 5- L . 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Besides traveling to Germantown, Sharon, and Vandergritt tor games, Mr. Oliver took this group to Pittsburgh to hear the Marine Band play. This year the Band participated in the Allegheny Valley Festivals, and in a School Band Festival. Five representatives-Wanda Philips, David Ormesher, Roy Marks, Bob Armstrong, and Erma lane Raab,A4 represented the Ken Hi Band in the AllfWestern Band. 84 Wx The Ken Hi Majorettes have completed their second season of performing for football and basketball fans. During the halftime at both football and bas- ketball games, the strutting Majorettes have put on spectacular performances. Everywhere they go they have been received with rounds of cheers and ap- plause. The girls spent one week of last summer at campfa week of hard practice in the hot sun, but they were well rewarded by the enjoyment of the fans. While football was in full swing, the corps spent one period a day, prac- ticing for the next game. The group accompanied the Band to all of the away games and were well received by our opponents. The girls concluded their marching season by performing at Forbes Field on Thanksgiving Day, a thrill well worth all the hard practicing. The Majorettes have certainly added their share of color and entertainment at the football and basketball games. 85 efzeen .feacfefzfl Kneeling: N. Baumiller, H. Greer, R. Whalen, M. McCabe, G. Henry, I. Evans, N. Foulkrod, l. Pollack. Standing: D. Llappel, R. Moore. The cheerleaders, sponsored by Miss Pascaretta, are the most active or- qanization in Ken Hi. They hold special "pep" meetings Where they practice the old cheers and songs and introduce new ones. They also cheerfully lead the cheers at home and abroad. Their pep was unexcelled on both the foot- ball field and the basketball court. The cheerleaders put in hard work at prac- tices after school and before the games. ln their attractive red and White out- tits, the cheerleaders are one oi the most outstanding groups in the valley. This year's squad included Gloria Henry, Nita Foulkrod, lane Evans, Nancy Bau- miller, Helen Greer, Rosalie Whalen, Irene Pollack, Dahn Cappel, and Bob Moore. 86 42 ARMSTRONG DUNN FLETCHER IEFFERSON GIBSON VEITCH MR. ARMSTRONG, one of Mr. l:'letcher's assistants, coaches the layveo basketball team. His Iayvees completed the season with an .850 average. MR. IEFFERSON is every athlete's friend for he handles athletic equip- ment for all activities at home games and away. MR. DUNN led our baseball team to the championship last year and his Parnassus lunior High basketball team won their section championship for 1948. Coach Dunn also prepares football players for Mr. Fletchers team. MR. GIBSON, head basketball coach, teaches physical education, coaches golf and is an assistant football coach. MR. FLETCHERS main job is head football coach. His team has Won the Double A Championship for two consecutive years. This year the football sea- son ended without a defeat. MR. VEITCH is an assistant football and basketball coach. This is Mr. Veitch's first year as a coach at Ken Hi. 87 goalie!! First Row: L. Ciaricutti, I. Slcrypok, C. Connolly, F. Arabla, I. Grocnbcig, W. Calahan, H. Bland, I. Wolf, IJ. Zont nei, I. Kraft. ccond How: A. Gretz, M. Bhaiiioy, B. Campbell, D. Iohiiscn, G. Churchill, E. Michael, ft. Hall, H. Cartisano, A Oliesh, H. Vestrand, B. Kozilcowski, G. France, H. Brown, C. Moses. Third Row: R. Tudor, B. Foley, R. Smith, I. Mannarino, T. Mangone, L. Ferocc, I. Giordano, I, Hasor, I. Sisley, S Yanshalc, l. Moyes, H. DeFelice, B. Schrecergost. Fourth Row: I. Crouse, F. Kwiatowski, B. Crouse, I. Nctosicie, D. McNutt, W. Hcrrcll, I. Klein, G. Smittle, B. Cian cutti, V. Pisano, R. Tarnburo, W. Thrower. Winning the W. P. I. A. L. "AA" championship for the second consecutive year, the 1947 Ken Hi football team made participation for a W. P. I. A. L. championship berth something of an annual affair. Considerable tribute should be and has been paid to Coach Fletcher and his assistant coaches, Mr. Gibson Mr. Dunn, Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Iefferson and Mr. Veitch, who successfully guided a team which had been conceded little chance of duplicating the cham- pionship season of the previous year. The team, however, not only went un- defeated, beating such strong clubs as Beaver Falls, Iohnstown, Ambridge, Vandergrift and Sharon, but they also amassed enough points to top the W. P. l. A. L. standing. ln a classic playoff at Forbes Field, where they defeated Har-Brack 28-O, the champions silenced once and for all those dissenters who 'Qf claimed the title for Brownsville or Mclieesport. They also extended the Bed fi N and Blacks unbeaten record to seventeen consecutive games. F ,i KJ? 3 'V Q - 3 88 Ken Kerr Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Kerr Ken Cerrtrul Cuthelic ...... 6 Beaver Pulls ............... 6 Iohrrstown ..................... 6 St. Georqe ..................... U German Township 12 Erie Academy ............ 6 Ambridqe ..................... E5 Varrderqrift .................. 7 Sharon ......... ........... 6 Har-Brcrck ..................... U ' ' -r r ef X 1 S: gf 5 'I 3?- I A is Q Q ,jk all M7 P 3. , 131, x s O .f 89 a l l lane Schall, Ray Chorba, lane Evans, The Taleoken Staii gathers for an lohn Iverson, lune Randolph, Bob Arm- informal picture. strong, having fun at a high school dance. Mr. Maiisko's class works inclusiri- Iean Parker is being razzecl by the ously. physics class. Mr. Fletcher checks up on "Hawker" A radio skit in a senior assembly. Veslrand's Work. 90 Eafikeidd First Row: R. Chorba, I, Bossa, R. Kozikowski, G. France, H. Vestrand, l. Klein, C. Best, R. Campbell. Second Row: I. Faloon, R. Brown, R. Tamburo, I. Nctoskic, S. Woodard, W. Throwoi, R. Gcorqc. Under the coaching of Mr. Gibson the varsity basketball team displayed excellent training and sportsmanship in 1947-48. Despite obstacles Ken Hi broke through the season with a .590 average. Win or lose the team had a steady backing by their many loyal fans. Playing in our remodeled gym- nasium the team participated in numerous thrilling clashes and provided the spectators with much suspense. Regretfully underclassmen said goodby to Netoskie, Woodard, Vestrand and Best-seniors on this year's squad. Mr. Armstrong's Iayvee squad furnished some excitement by completing a successful season with seventeen wins and three losses. Some of Coach Armstrong's boys look like first string varsity material for next season. Mr. Black's Vocational team and Mr. Veitch's Iunior High team also made ex- cellent showings. We may Well be proud of our teams for their good sportsmanship and loyalty. We are looking forward to the 1948-49 season but we'll scarcely find one so exciting as that just ended. 91 IAYVEES First How: R. Livingston, G. Tim mins, F. Arcrbicl, E. Michaels A. Oruvec, I. Giordano. Second Row: I. Kraft, R. Hull, I. Owczykowski, R. Crum, P Resetur. RIDGE AVENUE IUNIOR HIGH First Row: R. Magee, R. Long, R, Delduco, E. Mdrzuilo, S. Cczrncxbucci, A. Sellcrri, F. Solvcxdore. Second Row: R. McSherry, A. Klein, B. Wrobleski, I. Szul, S. Bowser, L. Folpe, P. Nerny. VOCATION AL First Row: W. Swider, R. Ber- tocki, A. Bercrrdorie, C. Hart- man, A. Kominski. Second Row: R. Critchiow, B. Howe, D. Suiitz, B. Hohn, H. Barnes. Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken Ken VARSITY RIDGE AVENUE IUNIOR HIGH 33 Avonworth 42 East Deer 37 Beaver Falls 43 Ambridge 29 Farrell 41 Greensburg 52 Springdale 26 Ford City 50 Avalon 36 Vandergrift 39 Kittanning 60 Har-Brack 30 Arnold 27 Butler 28 Ford City 47 Avalon 43 Vandergritt 45 Kittanning 52 Har-Brack 32 Arnold 36 Butler 0 IAYVEES 29 Avonworth 35 East Deer 24 Beaver Falls 49 Ambride 25 Greensburg 29 Springdale 25 Ford City 47 Avalon 27 Vandergritt 37 Har-Brack 33 Arnold 18 Butler 36 Ford City 48 Avalon 50 Vandergritt 47 Kittanning 30 Har-Brack 27 Arnold 34 Butler Ridge Avenue 25 Ridge Avenue 17 Ridge Avenue 16 Ridge Avenue 16 Ridge Avenue 17 Ridge Avenue 24 Ridge Avenue 18 Ridge Avenue 22 Ridge Avenue 23 Ridge Avenue 22 Ridge Avenue 26 Ridge Avenue 15 Ridge Avenue 22 Ridge Avenue 20 Oakmont 13 Vandergritt 14 Stewart 22 Arnold 14 Parnassus 30 Springdale 17 East Deer 22 Oalcmont 14 Vandergrift 14 Stewart 35 Arnold 29 Parnassus 38 Springdale 20 East Deer 8 VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Vocational School 26 Vocational School 30 Vocational School 35 Vocational School 26 Vocational School 25 Vocational School 50 Vocational School 51 Vocational School 32 Vocational School 31 Vocational School 34 Vocational School 38 Vocational School 40 Vocational School 38 Vocational School 24 Vocational School 36 Vocational School 21 Vocational School 37 Vocational School 24 Vocational School 37 Vocational School 46 Vocational School 23 Vocational School 24 Vocational School 23 Vocational School 31 Vocational School 28 Vocational School 33 Hardy All Stars 36 Twelfth St. 17 Hi-Y 31 Aluminum Lab 24 7th Street All Stars 49 N. Ken Com. Col. 24 City Five 22 Trocarino 31 Springdale Dukes 35 Falcon B's 31 Springdale Dukes 31 Falcon B's 20 Leechburg Road 18 Army Store 25 Community Center 26 Frank's Grill 32 Leechburg Road 32 Army Store 38 Ken Hi layvees 39 Ken Hi Ir. High 17 Ciancutti's 47 Hi-Y 33 Hornets 20 Romas 30 Ciancutti's 32 Hi-Y 37 BASEBALL 1947 First Row: T. Williamson, L. Frederick, D. Bullers, R. Livingston, A. Oravec, C. Best. I. Ross Second Row: P. Ftesetar, E. Lipski, E. Graham, I. Yenkala, S. Lipski, R. Mydcclc, H. Vestrand, Mr. Dunn Third Row: R. Emmert, D. Cappel, D. Ferguson, R. Kozikowski, R. Campbell, W. Harris, R. Simon Fourth Row: C. Claassen, F. Marotti, I. Shields, W. Horrell, H. Eldot, R. Crumley, D. Morrell, G. Macshane Ken Hi's baseball team coached by Mr. Dunn of Parnassus lunior High School had another successful season. With but one defeat this season, the team secured the Section X Championship and entered the WPIAL playoffs. ln the first play-off game Ken Hi defeated Shaler but was then upset in the second game by Penn Township. Ken Hi has something to be proud of in our catcher, Harold Vestrand, Who played on the American Legion All-Star team at Forbes Field and later in Philadelphia. Ken Hi Tarentum ........ ........ O Ken Hi Freeport ............... ........ l Ken Hi Springdale .......... ........ 1 Ken Hi West Deer .......... ........ O Ken Hi Har Brack ......,. ........ 1 Ken Hi Tarentum ........ ........ O Ken Hi Freeport .............. ,....... 3 Ken Hi Springdale ......... ........ 2 Ken Hi West Deer .......... ........ 5 Ken Hi Har-Brack ........ ........ 1 Ken Hi ........... ......... " 4 West Deer ......... ........ 2 58 lE3 ' Section X playoff WPIAL PLAYOFFS Ken Hi ........... .................. 1 Shaler ............ ........ O Ken Hi ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,... l Penn Twp. ..... ........ 3 94 TRACK 1947 The l947 Track Team, coached by Mr. Chegwidden, participated in five track meets, one triangular meet at Greensburg, and the County Meet at Greensburg. ln the County Meet Gary Churchill copped the quarter-mile honors for Ken Hi. The meet at Plum Township was our most successful affair, as we won top honors. First Plow: Cabovel S. Yanshak, R. DeSirnone, R, Dugan, R. Eqli, L. Sparks, l. Turner. flevond Row: W, Bowser, D. Rodriguez, C. Aspinall, D. Allison, E. Michael, P. Reselar, D. lolinson, D. Marini, l. Kraft. Third Row: Mr. Chegwidderi, R. Duncan, l. Manley, I. Bullers, W. Hairston, W. Brollliauor, G. Churchill, W. Walls, R. Hall, E. Hadley, F, Marlz, G. Theis, L. Feroce. First Row: lbelowl R, Walter, R. Frederick, V. Downard, G. Timmins, l. Zalcski, H. Kostick, R. Klein, C. Winger. Second Row: C. Ferguson, L. Haser, I. Grecco, I. Haser, l. Bonk, G. Maroni, l. Bullets, W. Walls. Third How: G. Rowles, I. Turner, P. Resetar, S. Woodard, R. Bowser, M. Engler, R. Trojanowski. CROSS-COUNTRY 1948 Coach Chegwidden's newly organized Cross-Country team participated in seven meets during the l948 season. Although this is the first year for this type of athletics, our team made a good showing. Warren Bowser held fifteenth place in the WPIAL Meet at Alcoma Country Club and thus qualified for the PIAA Championship Cross-Country Meet at Penn State. 05 TENNIS 1947 E. Stevens, I. lverson, R. Wassal, D. Morrow, B. Mason, T. Browne. Although Ken Hi's athletic activity is centered around football, basketball, and baseball, tennis is also one of the athletic attractions each year. Mr. Vor- lage coaches the "boys of the court." Individual players had a higher stand- ing than the entire team. Ken Hi's first player, Elmer Stevens, after losing but one game in regular season games, was runner-up in the WPIAL Champion- ship Matches. Stevens also participated in the Harvard Cup Matches at Frick Park but was eliminated in his second match. Ken Hi .,...... ........... 2 Latrobe ,............,.,. Ken Hi ......., .,.,.....,. 2 McKeesport ..............,..,. Ken Hi ......., ........,.. 2 Central Catholic .... Ken Hi ...,.,.. ........... l Latrobe ........,.,...,,...... Ken Hi ........ ....,.,.... 3 Kiski ..,.,...,.,........, Ken Hi ........ ....,...... Z Mclieesport ........ Ken Hi ........ ....,...... 2 Kiski ...,.,..,........ Ken Hi ...,.... ........... 5 Jeannette .,.,..,. 96 The new stadium is the pride ot every Not late aqainl Ken Hi student. Miss Roraloauqhs Latin class must , h l d th ' t l t' . Come on boys! Dont be so selt-con- 6 pun G Over elf mms G mg scious. Act natural. . , Ken His future office workers learn to master those complicated looking ma- Mr. Gibson checks his gym class. chines. 97 i l U T , lunior Class committee sort candy Mr. l-labgoocl snaps the identification for their salesmen. pictures. Room 2ll examine their senior proofs. Miss Glmer stitches industriously. Anxiously awaiting the beginning of George Bobonik bores a gear blank an assembly program. on the lathe. QR YOU ARE NOW FACED WITH THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION OF YOUR LIFE-CHOOSING A CAREER Before You Make Your Final Choice, It Would Pay You to Look Into the Wonderful Opportunities That Are Before You in the UNITED STATES ARMY and UNITED STATES AIR FORCE Recruiting Station: Post Office Bldg., New Kensington. Pa. Phone 3137 THIS BOOK IS BOUND CENTRAL 1 . DRUG STORES m " "FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES" KINGSKRAFT COVER New Kensington, Pa. Kingsport Tennessee WEAR - EVER WEAR EVER T all-Q ALU MINUM TRADE MARK PLAN YOUR FUTURE AT Take time to train for permanent em- ployment. There is no short cut to K success. 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