New Kensington High School - Taleoken Yearbook (New Kensington, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1951 volume:
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seelcmg more knowledge
The p1ctures on these pages have been 1ncluded to gnve a cross sect1on of
learnmg act1v1t1es at Ken H1 Courses of study are varled, permlttmg the
student to choose the academxc or college preparatory the general, the com
merclal the d1str1but1ve educatlon or the vocatronal, accordmg to what h1s plans
are after he leaves Ken Hx Ken I-I1 students have made envxable records 1n col
lege, 1n busmess and in lndustry 1f they have chosen wlsely the course best sulted
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act1v1t1es IS clone through the press the radlo and many actlvmes open to the
publlc The weekly radlo broadcast durmg the school year glves students an
excellent opportunlty to brmg to the publlc many phases of
well as extra currxcular ct1v1t1es
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Seated Mr Herrmcton Mr Kronlcoslm Mr Blackburn lVlr Patterson Dr Vonderheld
Nlr lVlcKean hlr Little
Stanclmg 'Vhss Mazur Dr Ch'1pm'1n
Baan! of gcfucalaan
Wxthout the capable cllrectlon of the Board of Education the school system
could not functxon properly The men of whom the School Board IS comprised
are elected by the people of our commumty because they have shown an lnterest
xn the welfare of the student body Not only do they supervlse the bullcllng
program the CCOIIOIHIC and fnanclal slde of the school system but they also help
to regulate our athletic and soclal affairs As we the gracluatlng class of 1951
are about to leave Ken H1 me wish to express our SIHCCFCSI thanks to those men
who have glven thelr txme and efforts 1n makmg our Alma Mater the school of
whlch we are so proud
The followmg are members of the Board of Educatlon
Mr ames C Patterson r Preslclent Mr Oren I-lerrlngton VICE Presldent
r F E lxronlcoslcx Treasurer Mr E I-I Blackburn Mr Charles W Keller
r Ralph Llttle r Dr C G Vonderhelcl r Dr F T Chapman superlnten
dent Mr F W Mclxean Sollcltor Miss Veronica Mazur Secretary
To Dr. E, T. Chapman we, the Class of '51, wish to acknow-
ledge our appreciation of his efforts as superintendent of schools
to secure for the students of Ken Hi the best possible in instruction,
in equipment, and in buildings. Throughout our school life his
has been the guiding hand in bringing us to the goal-graduation
from New Kensington High School.
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To Mr H B Weaver hlgh school prxnclpal the Class of
'51 makes grateful recognltlon of his ceaseless mterest ln the wel
fare of hlgh school students both as classes and as 1nd1v1duals
Not only IS he mterested ln those who are still attencllng Ken H1
but he 15 deeply concerned about the future of each Ken H1 grad
uate We Semors have always found Mr Weaver ready to llsten
to our problems and advlse us about them
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To Mr J A Miller ass1stant hlgh school prmcxpal and voca
tlonal d1rector the Class of 51 wxshes to express gratltucle for h1s
help and guldance to the students of Ken H1 Although very busy
wxth regular supervlsory dut1es, he devotes many hours to problem
solving and plannmg ln the extra currlcular Held, for he IS also
presldent of the Board of ACIIVICICS The mdlvxdual student fmds
a wlse counselor m Mr Miller
APEL ARMETRONG BATISTE ' BAUGHMAN
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JOHN H. ARMST NG
M M BAUGHMAN
J L BLACK
Dean of GIIIS
T A BURNETT
United States Hlstory
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Guxdance and Hlstory
Machme Shop Practlce
Mathematics and Hlstory
CASILLO DANOVITZ EIGES EWING EWING FLETCHER FRAZIER
GLOCK GOSETTI CREINFR GRIFSEMFR HOOD JEFFERSON
CARL C GLOCK
Health and Athletic
English and Library
Latin ancl English
YVILLIAM L. JEFFERSON
Science, Visual Education, 'J
JOHN KEISER f
Commercial clucation and
KLINKE KORDES LAUB MATHISON
Dramatics Speech and
C M KORDES
C ommercial Education
JOHN D MATISKO
Biology and Agriculture
JAMES A. MEIGHEN
GEORGE I-I. MENK
MOORE NALBAOH OLIVER OLMER
IESSIE B MOORE
Band and Orchestra
SADIE I OWEN
LA RUE PATTERSON Og' Ev
French and English
MARY VIOLA PHILLIPS
MARGARET S POTTER
O J REMY
Machlne Shop Practlce
Hlstory and German
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PHILLIPS PHILLIPS POTTER REMY RINGHOFFER
ROBERTSON RORABAUGH RUSSELL SLOSKY TAYLOR TERWILLIGER
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MARTHA E RUSSELL
Engllsh and ournallsm
KENNETH W SLOSKY
FRED J UPTON
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W L VORLAGE
C H WALTER
Physlcs and Blology
BETTY JO WAREHAM
Choral Dxrector MUSIC
HISIOFY and Theory
R F WARNER
Mathematlcs and Science
WALKER WALTER WAREHAM WARNER
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CI UVILFY FIELDS MAZUR MILAU KAS VA
DOROTHY D CRUMLEY MARY ANN VALENT
LENTINE WARSING WILSON
School Nurse Secretary
RUTH K FIELDS NORMA XVARSING
School Nurse Secretary
VERONICA MAZUR 'IERIE WILSON
Secretary to School DISIIICI Secretary
The Guidance Office bulletin The geography class is in
hoard holds much interest for terested in their maps.
A nice day finds the boys long-
ing to stay out of doors.
Miss Laub's art class is hard Miss Casillo is holding the at
at work with their pens. tention of all the girls in short
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First Row W Mallm P Rossi E Probel B Wrobleski
Second Row Mr Kordes Miss Walker
School Days School Days Dear old golden rule days, Again the time
has come for another graduating class to leave Ken H1 and become part of the
Alumni When some of us arrived at Ken H1 from Parnassus and Stewart, we
found ourselves in a state of utter confusion as we traveled through the un
familiar halls to classes which were never where we thought they were After
we came out of this daze, we began working enthusiastically to make the "Sopho
more Hop" a great success
Our sophomore year having passed quickly by, we became juniors This
year we sponsored the "Snowball I-lop" and had the added attraction of crown
ing a king and queen who were Bob Shepard and Ellen Lee Toohey Durmg
this year we worked diligently selling candy and magazines to finance the bug
gest dance of the year, the Prom. The Wishing Well seemed to be the center
of attraction for certain couples. The color scheme was blue and gold. Our
sponsors who helped to make this dance a great success were Mr. Burnett, Mr.
Menk, and Mrs. Harter.
Then came our last year of school-one not to be forgotten for many, many
years. One big event was the arrival of class rings. After many stirring cam-
paign speeches, the class elected Edwin Probel, president, Bernard Wrobleski,
vice-president, Patricia Rossi, secretaryg and William Mallin, treasurer.
Miss Russell s section ro o
goes through its mornn e
Through the winter months we ordered pic
tures name cards announcements and Taleo
kens with the and of our sponsors Mr Kordes
Miss Walker Mr Black Miss Phillips and Miss
Russell Those extra assemblies were always wel
come if we could avoid a class Plans were
made for the Shamrock Ball held on March
16 During March and April room 105 was
kept busy as boys and girls got into the swing of
Swing Fever the senior class play Mrs Klinke
had charge of this comedy production Soon
thoughts were turned toward the Senior Private
and bids to the
arrived and w
friends we had
leave the halls
Mater we take
Prom The last day for seniors
laughingly signed Taleokens of
made here at Ken Hi. As we
and class rooms of our Alma
with us some of our happiest
President , , , Edwin Probel
Vice-President . Bernard Wrobleski
Secretary . , Patricia Rossi
Treasurer A , , . William Mallin
Mr. Korcles, Miss Walker, Miss Phillips,
Miss Russell, Mr. Black.
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BA1 1 D BARKER
RICHARD ABRAHAM Abe plans to enter e1ther bus1ness
or college after graduatnon Spcrts coverage IS h1s hobby
He IS a mtmber of the Red Cross Councxl and res1des 1n
EDWARD ADAMS Eddles hobby IS takmg mov1es Thls
member of many clubs plans to be a photographer Edd1e
and h1s camera are popular flgures at Ken H1
OHN ADAMS John IS a D E student and plans to jonn
e Navy after graduatnon Most of h1s spare t1mc IS
occupuzd by huntlng flshlng and campmg
JEAN ALLEN Blcnd1e a future nurse l1kes boys Wlfh baby
faces She IS an active member of the Trl H1 Y and E
H A Her hobbles are dr1v1ng and horseback rldlng
MARY ANN AMERES Mare a D E student plans to jom
the Waves after graduatlon She has fond memories of
the u11or Prom She lnkes to hear the name Melvin
RICHARD ARIEDA Pete claxms membershlp 1n the Band
H1Y College Club and Scxence Club Com coll tlng
IS h1s hobby He plans to enter college 1n the fall C7177 ,V
THOMAS ARMITAGE Terry lusts huntmg and playmg
baseball as h1 hobbnes He IS catcher on the baseball
team Shlrley holds h1s 1nterest Future plans are n
defxnxte ap Q
KATHERINE ARVANETES ine a future beautlcxan
mtere ted 1n N1ck She has fond m mor1es of the Pntt
Mnlltary B111 Dancmg IS her hobby Her pals are
Dorothy and Eleanor
AI ETHA ASHBAUGH Lu Lu IS 1 member of the Cho1r
and Geography Club Skatxng and dancxng are her
hobbxes She has no defmlte plans for the future
RUSSELL BAKER Russell who takes the General Course
l1kes Detentlon Hall Huntmg IS hxs favor1te hobby
Russ partlcxpates 1n track and would lxke to VISII Canada
MARY ISABELLE BALL Mary who IS 1n room 214 likes
roller skatxng and sw1mm1ng Her future IS st1ll uncerta1n
but she has a great 1nterest 7
DOLORES BARKER Dolores D E student w1ll always
remember P H S Sh narucmat s 1n vollevball and
belongs to the D E Tr1H1Y and F H A Clubs De
De would l1ke to be a nur e
DORIS BARKER Dor1s mcknamed Red belongs to the Trl
H1 Y Her hobbles are playmg the P1300 and collectmg
sheet muslc Romant1c boys w1th a temper are her type
CHARLOTTE BARNIKER Chlckxe appeared 1n the Drama
IIC Club play She belongs to the Trl H1 Y College and
Leaders Clubs Her hobb1es are lxstenlng to good muslc
and drxvmg ChlCk19S future IS nursmg
JOAN BARSK can takes the Classical Course re
members her freshman ear at P H S Her hobbxes
are wlmmmg and playm b sketball oan belongs to
Trx H1 Y and Leader Cluo
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ALICE BARTSCH A D E student she belongs to the Home
Ee -md Trl HIY Clubs AIS f-lvorxte sports are b1sket
ball and volleybill Her hobbies are skating ind bowlmg
Plum High his attmctnons for her
FRANCES BAZYK Frannle plans to be an elementary te ch
Thxs member of many clubs ltkes to read bowl an
pliy tennxs She thought her junlor year was top an
wnll 'always remember Mr Fletchers hlstory class
EUGENE BEAL Eugene 1 fllrt with the glrls 15 on the track
te-lm 'md belongs to the Camera Club Fmgers llkes avxa
txon 'md plins to attend college nn Callfornla
KENNETH BENDER Kenny who pursued the General
Course remembers Miss Gosetus Spanlsh cl1ss Loafm
and shooting pool are his hobbles Kenny belongs to the
H1 Y Hls pl1ns for the future are uncert1m
PATRICIA A BENEDICT A future nurse who re'1ds good
book 1nd pl1ys Frnends call her Pat She belongs to the
Trl H1 Y Dramatlc Club and College Club She want
II known I enjoyed Engllsh
JOAN C BENNETT Skatlng at Melwood Skatlng Rmk
thus D E Club members hobby oanles future IS store
work 'md Stush
HELEN 'VI BENOIT Helen wxll be found ln the future at
Murphy s She remembers her first day at Ken H1 Movles
eitmg 1nd writing occupy her lensure time
ROBFRT BERG Colonel would llke to have his own dance
band some d1y Bo1t1ng 'ind weight lxftmg 'are hls hob
bles His course IS voc1t1on1l
DAVID BEST College bound Besty s favorlte subject IS chem
xstry He belongs to the Georgraphy Club and College
C ub unxor hrgh brmgs back memorles
DONNA ARYL BETLER D A B aspxres to be a house
wlfe Math and Bob attract her She belongs to Tr1 H1 Y
Future Homemakers of Amerxca and D E Club She
remembers P H S
ROBERT E BEVERIDG l2 who just loves blondes IS
often seen wlth Sherwln Bowser Law 'ind the F B I loom
m hx future He belongs to thc A embly Staff and
the Key Club s presxdent
OSEPH BICKERT Joe will watch 'my football game and s
uncertnxn 'about his future He remembers decc mtxng for
the Prom 'md rapxd cal class He was class treasurer xn
hns junior yc1r
ALICE BISHOP Often seen with Chuck Grove Cnty Col
lege 'ind ehemxstry delnght her She belongs to r Town
Meetxng Cholr Band College and Scxence Clubs Band
and B'1nd c1mp h1ve been a h'1ppy actlvxty
MELVIN BLANDFORD Buz IS '1 D E student who enjoys
m-nth Hls hobbxes 'ire focused on sport especially bas
ketbsll He wxll go unto the remllnng llne
LARRY BI OOM Thxs populir senlor IS president of the
Dr'1m1t1C Club 'md he IS planning to m1ke the dr1m'1t1c
held his future A certain gxrl from T'1rentum holds his
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WILLIAM BONATTI-Bill has pleasant memories of all the
trips the Band took. Among his hobbies are music, golf,
and model airplanes. His plans for the future include
VIRGINIA BOOHER-Ginger is a member of the Classical
Course and her favorite subject is chemistry. Her soph-
omore year brings back many pleasant memories. She
is college bound.
FRANK BOSUSKI-Franklin has two ycars of varsity foot-
ball to his credit. A P. G. student who plans to find a
steady job and have a long future with A. F.
ALMA BOWSER-Alma will always remember P. H. S.
This ardent Band member's favorite class is typing. Music
is her hobby. She aspires to be a good secretary.
SHERWIN BOWSER-Sherwin belongs to the Monitors and
College Clubs. He plays basketball, his favorite sport. Loaf-
ing is his main hobby. A certain majorette is tops with
him. College ' ahead.
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t wo college, the be an ol mai Am er hob-
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ROBERT BRADY-Bo m us rom ng ig Ale
was active on the Indiana basketball and baseball t ams.
A member of Trade School, his future is undecided.
NANC PAT BRANDT-This petite, brunette senior is the
h ' d majorette.JNance will always remember the fun she
fhm at Ba dfcamp and the l948 Sock Dance. College
' lies ahead r her.
AN C. BRASFIELD, JR-Tag's hobby is sports. He
has leasant memories of his freshman year at P. H. S.
Math is 's favorite subject and his plans for the future
include e 'neeriggx
DONALD Iscpit-A member of the D. E, course, Mole's
hobbies are,h ntinlg and working on old cars. An alumnus
of Stewart School, he remembers his freshman year there.
He plans to enlist in the Navy.
JOYCE BROOKS-Joy reports to room 214 every morning.
Her special interest is listening to good Stan Kenton
records. She plans to include dietietian work in her future.
DELORIS BROWN-Dolly, a future secretary, is often seen
with Pat, Lou, and Sue. Skating and eating are her hob-
bies. "I Can Dream Can't I" is a favorite.
JEAN BROWN-Geno will never forget her public speaking
class. An active member of the Choir, she plans to be a
beautician. Who is your "certain person," Jean?
SARAH BRUNO-A very active member of the Junior Town
Meeting, Sarah plans to study law at Duquesne Univer-
sity. Writing poems and presenting speeches are this
ambitious senior's hobbies.
DONALD LEE CABLE-Cueball's strange hobby is collecting
ecimens of small animals and bugs. He is a member of
Coll ge Club. Don hopes to study medicine.
JANET E CAMPBELL Glggles who has no deflnlte plans
for the future llkes to roller skate and play mush ball
She IS a member of the Geography Club
JAMES CAPIZZI Jlm IS a member of the Camera College
and Germ1n Clubs Flshlng and boat ng are f1vollte pas
tlmes Plans for the future are elther college or the Navy
SALVADOR N CARNABUCI Sam IS 1 popular football
player A member of the Germ'ln and College Clubs
Hls best study IS Bucky He hangs hls har ln Room 213
ULIUS CARRAI After graduatlon jules has blg plans for
an offlce job He calls 213 hls home
LAURA EDNA CARTISANO Crllege or ng make up
the future for thls lass from Stewart aura belongs to
the College Club and her hobbles are drlvlng and taklng
care of her dog
PATRICIA CASHELL Pat reports each mornlng to room
213 She belongs to the Commerclal Club and she thmks
that danclnsf reacllng and swlmmlng are tops Pat plans
to be a IYPISI
VIRGINIA LFE CASHELL Mlckey a future housewlfe b
longs to the D E Club Her m'llrl lnterests are Skaflng
at Melwood Park and Doug She halls from room 213
MARX ANN CERVENAK Blondle the secret'lry of the Ge
graphy Club collects postcards Secretarlal work wlll play
a part m her future Stewart School and senlor Engllsh
ln summer school hold fond memorles
EDWARD CHAMBERS Pott 19 IS 'lctlve ln the Sclence
Cholr College and H1 Y Clubs He llkes basketball and
floatlng about ln a blue convertlble We see a mllltary
academy ln hls future
RUTH ALLEAN CHAMBERS-Blues and bOO219WCOgl9 are
flrst on Plnky s hlt parade of dance muslc She expects to
enter nurses tr1lnlng Collectlng stamps IS her hobby
BETTY JANE CHESTNUT Ba Ba belongs to the D E Club
and her hobby IS skatlng at Melwood Her lnterest 15 a
blond frcm Bon Alr After graduatlon she wlll contlnuf
to be a salesglrl
ALOHA F CHILTON Chlle 15 an 1ctlve member ln the
Dramatlc Club Trl Hl Y College Club Taleoken Staff
and Devotlonal Commlttee She enjoys swlmmlng
school sports The future 15 undeclded
THERESA CHMELINSKI Theresa 15 a member of the
Leaders Commerclal and Camera Clubs She f1vors short
hand d1rk halred boys and the song Harbor Ilghts
She plans to do secremrlal work
RENETTA CIESLINSKI Petlte Renee enloys football and
clanclng She belongs to the Trl Hl Y Cholr and College
Clubs College wlll be ln her future
ANTHONY CIUCHTA Tony hangs hls har ln 213
belongs to the D E Club and IS lnterested lh bulldlng
model houses He hcpes to own 1 small buslness some
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VERYL CLARK-Ve l or Jackya e was sometimes called,
was a Vocational student who left Ken Hi to join the
U. S. Marines. Our loss is Uncle Sam's gain.
NORMA CLEMENTS-Norma, a member of the Geogra-
phy Club, formerly attended Stewart School. Her future
plan is to be a seamstress. She pals around with Mary Ann.
CHRYSANTHY CONOMOS-Chrys, a commercial student,
belongs to the Tri-Hi-Y and Kentonian Staff. Her hob-
bies are collecting records and dress patterns. She is in-
terested in journalism and would like to travel.
BEVERLY COOPER Bev who belongs to the Geography
Club and Home Economics Club plans to be a beauti
clan She likes to swim and has a special interest in
WILLIAM COOPER Bill a member of the College Club
H1Y and Monitors is one of our few Uke players
He plans to go to college and IS always seen smiling
JOHN COULSON Slug belongsytflthe B nd and H1 Y He
spends a lot of his t e w t cute d majorette
has no clefim e plan for t jut ,Z
H RR R s hails from room S? n to
mist e likes being in a ior c on room
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ELIZABETI-I A C O ssd-rl' Llz an activ member of
manyvfl s, ing the National Honor Society plans
to take p home economics at Indiana State Teachers
College Her hob ICS ar pewmg and collecting stamps
FRANCIS DAVID Frann ernber of the football and
'K b sketball sq d 1 ested in a certain dark haired
majorette H d ion he may take an engineering
KENNETH AVIS-Loafing is Butchs plan for the future
He lik to remember the days at P H S and the
Ken H1uAmbridge game of 48 Always seen with Leo
LOIS JEAN DAVIS-Satch a D E student likes retailing
class the best She plans to be a telephone operator Soph
omore study hall holds pleasant memories for her She
prefers the name Bill
RONALD M DEL DUCA Huck a football and baseball
player remembers the time Ken H1 beat Har Brack 7 6 in
1949 He is a member of the Assembly Staff College
Club and Board of Act1v1t1es
GLORIA DEMMA Goo Goo often seen with Bernadxne and
Helen belongs to the Tr1H1Y and Commercial Club
She likes to swim and dance and hopes to become a
HELEN DUDA Helens hobbies are dancing and swimming
and her best pals are Gloria and Bernadme She belongs
to the Commercial Club and Tri H1 Y Someday she will
be a secretary
GARNET DUNEHUE This member of the Llbrary Staff
and Trl H1 Y 1S a loyal Pirate fan Garnet who resides
in 213 aspires to become a secretary after graduation
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rine' or live on a ranch in Montana. Jeanne just loves
horses. Another member of 213, she belongs to the Com-
RICHARD EGLI-Rich, the magician of Ken Hi, will be re-
membered as Dickie in the Dramatic Club play. A mem-
ber of the Junior Town Meeting and Assembly Staff, he
hopes to be a radio announcer.
LEE ELDER-Lee is a Trade School student. Hunting and
fishing are his enthusiasms. He hopes to be a machinist
in the future.
DOLORES EILERMAN-llo Do, a member of the College
Club, finds that reading and tennis are her favorite pas-
times. She would like to become one of Americals teachers.
GLORIA ENGLER-The Prom and Rudy hold special interest
for Glo. She is a member of the Commercial Club and Mr.
Miller's secretary. Shorthand is her favorite subject.
RICHARD ENGLER 1 Dick, another vocational student,
claims that hunting, fishing, and girls occupy most of
his time. This senior hopes to own a good paying busi-
ness in the future.
CONSTANCE ESPER-Connie remembers her summer in
Illinois and Mr. Fletcheris history class. She is a member
of the Commercial Club and is preparing to be a secretary.
PATRICK EVANS-A member of the Choir, Patis interest
is confined to art and music. His future plans inclu-:le
entering an art school and becoming a commercial artist.
CORINNE FACKINER-She belongs to the Tri-Hi-Y, College
Club, Dramatic Club, and Choir. Corinne enjoys roller
skating, square dancing, swimming, and ping pong. Her
future plans include college.
ALICE A. FADROWSKI-Yolice, a member of the Choir
and president of the Tri-Hi-Y, enjoys reading, dancing,
and dates with Frank. She likes to remember the -lunicr
ELIZABETH L, FAHRNEY-Eedifi c member
of the Band, Cboir, Script and Score, Tri-Hi-Y and editor
of the Handbook. College is her destination next year.
SHIRLEY ADELE FAITH-Snooks, a Distributive Education
student, anticipates entering the field of retailing. Her
hobbies are skating and collecting foreign stamps and
picture playing cards.
CHARLES FERGUSON-This member of the senior class is
Alaska bound with Harry Spak. Chuck is a member of
both track and cross country teams.
WALTER FINK, JR.-Walter takes the Classical Course and
claims his favorite subject is physics. A member of both
track and cross country, he plans to enter college next fall.
SARAH RUTH FLEMING-Known as Ruthie to her friends,
she aspires to become a secretary. She likes to read and
watch football. Ruthie thinks a certain boy in Tarentum
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PATRICK FLYNN Pat s home room IS 212 He enjoys shoot
mg bnlllards xn hrs spare time and hrs future plans m
clude workmg In the Aluminum Company
NANCY FOLSER Plano playing and motoring are Nancys
favorxte pastxmes She plans to enter Indlana State
Teachers College She thinks that Miss Gosettx 15 a very
ANITA FRANCIS Nlta xs a member of the Leaders Club
and the Tr1H1Y Her plans for the future mclude
nursing Nlta has fond memorxes of the HFS! snx weeks
ELEANOR FRANKLIN El llkes sports and plans to go to
South Amerxca wlth Dorothy She IS a member of the
Cholr leaders Club Science Club and Camera Club
RONALD FREDERICK A Classxca sgzent Nuts chooses
Journallsfn as hls favorlte SUIDJQCI Hrs fufufe Includes
Alaska and college Havxng a good tlme ns hxs hobby He
partlclpatecl ln tenms
WILLIAM FREDERICK B111 lxkes to go huntmg He 15 a
member of the College Club and Geography Club He
RALPH FRYE Chlps partrclpates ln baseball whlch IS hns
hobby He would lxke to go to V M I Chlps enjoys
makmg teachers angry
DIANE GALBO Dee Dee 15 a member of the Commercnal
Club and Bank Staff She ms nearly always seen with
Norma ean She hopes to be a secretary or attend an
DOIVIINIC GALLI Dom llkes to see neatly dressed g1rls He
also lrkes to dance to Sammy Kayes dreamy music Dom
hopes to travel He 15 a basketball manager and llkes
PATRICIA GALLIAN Pattys main mterest I5 Buster She
lxkes to remember chemlstry class and Mr Apel and also
P H S and cheerleadmg She lnkes swxmmmg and
hopes to enter college
SAMUEL GALZERANO Nnck whose favorite pastxme xs
playing ln hxs own band 15 planning for a career ln
music He IS a member of the Dramatic Club
REGINA GEORGE Jeannle Ken Hx reporter for the Drs
patch and editor of the Kentonxan plans to go rnto free
lance journallsm after graduatlon Frequently seen
halls searchnng for news
RICHARD GOODBREAD Tooky ns a member of the Col
lege Club Sclence Club and the Band H15 favornte pernod
IS lunch and hrs hobbxes are sports and eating
JOHN GRECOQ-Known as Greek to hrs many frlencls ohn
ns 1 cross countfy and a track star He ns a member of
the Handbook fstaff Hrs future plans are nndeflnxte
FRE GREENBERG Freda whose hobby IS sewxng hopes
a uture ome Economxcs She 15 a member of
the Leaders C German Club College Club and the
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and playlng the plano IS a member Of the Chou'
the Trl Hl Y She would llke to be elther a secretary or
LELAND GROSSHEIML-A me Q of f all 212 Leo y
that hls most pleasant memo of sch6ol IS sum er va
catlon T1lclng the General sc he hopes U0 nd a
CAROU: J GUTGSELL-tqgfaes femme sul, ects are dm
mg and glo ll eogfa y She 15 a m.Q er of t e Geo
graphy Club d the fl Hl Y Hdjlo by IS basltetry
ANN GUZZI jo s favorlte pas :me IS Slnglng and HX1l'1g
halr e PlBl11S IQ be 1 beautl lan She llkes a certaln
es .green e es
HADDA Playfn baseball IS Reds favorlte pas
tlme She sh member inf the Trl Hl Y Leaders Club
Taleolcen .yrd the SCIENCE Club Sarah IS looklng
lVlONTEl GAE l'lA,NNA Thls frlendly 5 t lgelldngs to
SCIIP d Scoie Cholr Kento'nlan t f T141 HlY and
Collage Club She would like to be a lr tcr of rellglous
GEORGINA HARCHUCK Geany 15 a hard worker on the
Attendance Staff and ember of the Taleoken Staff
Readmg and slnglng are her hobbles She also has lnter
ests ln 1 prep school
PATRICIA ANN HARKINS Pat as she IS known by her
frlends plins to be a nurse or tele one operator Her
mam lnterest IS a cert1ln Henry
SHIRLEY ANN HARTGE Shlrley a member of the Cholr
lllces to slng draw and cook Although she plans to be a
boolclceeper her favorlte class 15 art Shlrley remembers
the operetta Tune In
forward t ollege next year
LORIS ANN HARTMAN Ccllectlng newspaper cllpplngs
and roller slcatlng occupy most of thls future salesglrls
spate tlme Its Summertlme Agaln brlngs back fond
memorle to Lorls She belongs to the D E Club
LOUIS HASER Lou never mlsses a school d'lnce He enjoys
agrlcultur and he llkes to remlnlsce about the unlor
Prom To be a doctor IS hls ambltlon
SHIRLEY HASER Shlrl 15 a member of the D E Club and
has announced her plans to become lm s wlfe In school
she I5 often S891 wlth DOFIS
THOMAS HASER Next year wlll End Beetle at Penn State
studymg agrlculture SIDCE he hopes to buy a large farm
ifter college He partlclpited ln football durlng hls soph
omore and Junlor years
HENRY HESS JUHIOI' a member of 712 IS talclng the Gen
eral Course Hls favorlte subject IS coolclng but he also
lllces to partlclpate ln sport
JANET HILES-Edltor of the Taleoken member of he
Dramatlc Trl HlY and German Clubs ans plans ln
clude college She IS often seen wlth Aloha Dorrle and
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collectmg H1s Jewel 1l1ar slght
THOMAS HOUSER Janet c 1ms basketball as h1s sport and
ccllecrmg stamps and ll e ornaments as h1s hobbmes All
h1s mtere ts are 1n a certam g1rl from Vandergrlft
NANCY HUBBARD A member of the Cho1r Tr1H1Y
Scrxpt and Score Nat1onal Honor SOCIQIY Taleoken Staff
and College Club Nance Fmds t1me to play the p1ano
College lS ahead
DORIS HUFFMAN Gcmg to movxes 15 Huff1es favor1te
past1me Her most mterestlng subject IS home econom1cs
All her IHIEYGSIS are 1n m She pals wxth Betty and
SHIRLEY MAE HUFFMAN Llke her s1ster Sheryl also l1kes
home econom1cs She enjoys readmg good books dancmg
and remembermg P H S After graduat1on she plans
BERNICE IRELAND Bernlce belongs to un1or Town
Meet1ng College and Dramdu: Clubs Her mam IDIBTESIS
are pxano playmg and D1 lf Bernxe a future college stu
dent pals w1th anet Wat, and Dor1e
RAY JACOBS-Kraut one of the "ll gang claxms member
sh1p 1n the Geogra y Club H15 hobby IS collectmg old
co1ns Someday he l be known as an electr1c1an
OAN JANUS Jo atmember of the Bank Staff and Com
mercl l!Club hzys' pleasant memorles of St Marys and
Stewa School tcatmg bcwlmg and hgurme palntlng
f6SC1 te thls ,kos ctlve secretary
BBTT J JASHIEW Bloncl1e who pals wlth Huff1e
thinks hlghly ofrqx B a1rsv1lle boy Her favorlte past1me
are eatmg and sleepgn She deslres to become a Wave
ILLIE RUTH JENN 5-Bllly s favorxte past1me lS eatmg
spaghatu and l balls A certa1n sold1er IS very ofen
dr thoughts smgs wlth the ChOlf and partlc1pates
seba gam s
ELI IENSE lond1e though born 1n WISCONSIN came
yhere from exas Th1s member of Cho1r Leaders and
Commer1cal Clubs pla1s to attend busmess college Her
mam mterests are dancmg eatmg and Ronn1e
BETTY ARNETTA JOHNSON Betty fondly remembers
Tune In and County Chorus Thls future Walt D1sney
enjoys cartoon drawmg and smgmg Mlflle belongs to
Dramauc Club and G1rls Tr1o and pals w1th Sh1rley
MAUDE JOHNSON Jeanne spends her lexsure t1me clancmg
and hstenmg to records Her favonte courses are SCIBDCQ
and mathemat1cs and she plans to become a b8E1UIlCl3h
ELMIRA JANE JONES Myne who reports to room Zll at
terxdecl Stewart School She 15 very much mterested 1n
sew1ng and collect1ng hanclkercluefs What she w1ll Cl
next year IS uncertax-1
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hobbies A stude t of Trade School he plans to become
an electrician after graduation
STEVE KAYAFAS-Steve who is often called George is an
all around sportsman because he is interested in basketball
swimming hunting and trapping He is often seen with
Bob and Stan
RICHARD MELVIN KEITY Dick comes from 211 and is
interested in girls and olcl cars His mam ambition is to
become a pressman
OYCE KERSTEN Joyce belongs to the Tri Hi Y ancl the
Commercial Club She enjoys dancing A future secre
tary she spends most of her time with Dick
year He belongs to the College Club and would like to
ccntinue studying at Penn State
Bob anxiously awaits hunting season each
BARBARA LOU KIBART Barbara a future nurse loves t
gab Babs belongs to the Geography Club and will always
remember Miss Phillips seventh period health class
ARTHUR KLEIN Art is messenger for the school bank and
may study accounting Although he likes to bowl he is
hoping for a career in professional baseball
HELEN KLIMCZYK Blondie enjoys dancing and swimming
and You re Mine You She is often seen with Theresa
and would like to become a bookkeeper or a telephone
GERALD KNAPP This Vocational senior from Mr Black s
room would like to be a machinist Gerald s special hob
bies are hunting and fishin
AARON M KRESS lgger belo s to the Assembly Staff
College Club and Dramatic Club Pleasant memories in
clude a black hearse and his summer at Lake Chautauqua
JOSEPH KUNTZ joe a member of the Band and Choir will
?Lways remember Band Camp and the unior Prom He
1 es ta runettes and se nor science College is his goal
SHIRLEY L LATIMER An active member of the Choir
Girls Trio and Script and Score Shirl wants to follow a
musical career or to become a secretary. She too comes
from Stewart School.
STANLEY LAUFF-A baseball enthusiast Stan divides his
time between the Geography and German Clubs A Stew-
art School alumnus he is frequently seen on Seventh
basketball and claims girls as his hobby. A member of the
College Club and Choir, he intends to go to college.
RD LAVERTY-A resident of room Zll Pete likes
PATRICIA LAVlCK+Pat, a member of the Commercial and
Camera Clubs, wishes to become a telephone operator.
She likes to swim and enjoys playing tennis.
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MARCIA ANN LAWRENCE arcxa who enjoys chemistry
hopes to enter Putt to take pharmacy She enjoys swlm
mlng reading and sleeplng and belongs to the College
Club Science Club 'I'r1H1Y and the Taleoken Staff
LOUIS LECOCQ A member of the Cross Country and Track
teams Louis seems college bound He belongs to the Scmence
1n College Clubs I-Ie rv s s a Monxtor a a a
drum major m the Band LZJ4a U2
SYLVIA LINK Known as Red Sylvia declares her mam xn
terest ns ohnny An alumna of St Joseph s School she
wlshes to become a student at the Cmzens General Hos
JASPER LIOTTA A member of the Band ay llkes to play
hxs clarmet An alumnus of Stewart School ap IS often
seen wlth Lowell and Rabbit Hts ambltxon ns to attend
PAUL LOJPERSBERGER Paul who claxms basketball and
baseball as hxs sports llkes to dance A member of the
Monmtors and College Clubs Ace wants to attend college
AMES LUCAS Thrs Classxcal student may often be seen
with anet Luke xs a member of the College and Geo
graphy Clubs He IS debatmg between college and the
GORDON H MACSHAN oc Rn con
stant smlle has plans to be an inventor or scxentlst He
enjoys throwmg satxrlcal remarks at women
MICHAEL MALECKI Mxke spends spare moments flshmg
and huntmg Hxs two chxef desxres are to be an expert
machmlst and to travel Glrls seem to attract htm
PATRICIA L MALECKI Because of her Interest m secre
tarlal work Pat IS the Presldent of the Commercxal Club
and a member of the Leaders Club She has a great
mterest at Arnold
WILLIAM MALLIN Thxs Stewart alumnus IS constantly seen
with his buddies from Kmloch B111 presndent of the Na
txonal Honor Society 15 also a member of the Science
and College Clubs and Taleoken Staff
CHARLES R MANGONE Mouste xs a member of the Choir
and I-lxY He plans to attend Indiana State Teachers
College Chuck wxll study and later teach musxc
MARGARET INIANGONE Marge IS a member of the Dram
atlc Club Leader s Club Tr1I-I1Y and Attendance Staff
She has pleasant memornes of cheer leadlng for football
ALICE MANLEY Alice IS a member of the Cholr Collectlng
postal cards takes up some of her leisure time She pals
wlth ean and Wlller Mae She aspires to be a nurse
DOLORES MARCINIAK Dolores w1th secretarlal ambltxons
wlll always remember St Marys School She IS a very
athletlc senlor who IS mamly mterestecl oe She IS
actlve m many clubs
NORMA MARINO Norm ltkes Jo Stafford records and 15
a member of the Taleoken Staff Tr1I'I1Y Commercxal
Club and Choxr Norma lxsts secretarxal work as her
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NORMA JEAN MCAFO E-Dancing is Macs hobby but
she also wants a secretarial career. Norma is a member
of the Bank Staff and the Commercial Club.
JOHN McCOLLIMQHumpty is an active participant in foot-
ball and track. He was college bound but heard Uncle
Sam calling so enlisted.
MARGARET A. MCCOLLOUGH-A member of the Geo-
graphy Club, Peggy's hobbies are reading and swimming.
She wants to be a beautician and is always seen with
Jon and Glo.
JACK L. MCINTYRE-Mac is a member of the College Club.
His favorite pastimes are driving and hunting and he
plans to enter college next fall.
IVIARJORIE MCKEEVER-Board of Activities, Choir, Script
and Sccre, Tri-Hi-Y, and Taleoken Staff occupy most of
Margieis time. This attractive young senior is destined for
JOHN MCKILLOP-Rabbit is a member of Band and Hi-Y.
His hobbies are hunting, driving, and Nancy. Rabbit is
Air Corps bound and will always remember his days at
JEAN MENTECKY-Jean lists her hobbies as painting, cook-
ing, and sewing. A member of the Bank Staff and Com-
mercial Club, Jean wants to be a secretary after graduation.
FRANCES MERLINA-Frannie is an active member of Choir,
Commercial Club, and Tri-Hi'Y. Singing and dancing
are her hobbies and she also finds football and a football
player very interesting.
SHIRLEY IVIIKESELL-Shirley collects odd pictures and en'
joys listening to operas. Football ranks as the favorite
sport of this future lady Marine or secretary.
RICHARD IVIILLER-Preacher enjoys going to church and
making friends. This valuable Choir member classes deer
hunting and swimming as his main interests. His plans
are to go to Bible School.
RONALD MILLER-Taking the pattern making course, Gyps
likes making things from wood. He expects to learn a
trade, then start a business of his own. He has pleasant
memcries of our good assemblies.
SALLY MILLER-Sally belongs to the Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, Script
and Score, Leaders, Dramatic and College Clubs and Tale'
oken Staff. She still finds time to be seen with her
Cadillac and Judy.
JOHN MOORE-Jackie, a coming bricklayer, hails from 210.
He finds dancing and swimming most enjoyable. He is
headed for bricklaying school next fall.
RICHARD lVlOORE+lVluley or Ears draws cartoons. He is a
member of the Key Club and the German Club. Model
building and target shooting are his hobbies. He wants to
be a florist.
DONNA MORFIT-Donna is a member of the Commercial
Club and the Future Homemakers of America. Collecting
salt and pepper shakers is her hobby. She enjoys danc-
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the U, S. Navy. He is new at Ken-Hi this year and has
made a great hit. He excels in all kinds of water sports,
in track, and W. P. I. A, L. competition.
CHARLES A. MORROV7-Morrow hangs his hat in 210. He
remembers the one year he spent at Plum High. Hunting
and girls are said to occupy this senior's spare time.
RUSSELL MOSLEY-Weight lifting is Batys favorite pastime.
Finds music, science, and mcst sports to be most interest-
ing. Plans for the future include enlistment into the Air
Force to study radio mechanism
WILLER MAE MOTEN Bill is a member of the TriH1Y
Camera Club and Choir She hopes to become an Angel
of Mercy Her happiest years were spent at Main Street
PATRICIA MURRAY A very snappy majorette and a mem
ber of the Choir Leaders Club and Commercial Club
Pat is fond of dancing and roller skating Famous saying
Has anyone seen Rita Farineau7
RONALD MURRAY A very popular football player Red is
often seen with Frannie Moose or Humpty He enjoys
listening to the radio and dancing Future plans are the
DONALD MYDOCK Duck is a member of the Red Cross
He likes hunting and fishing and baseball His plan for
the future is the Air Force
JANET MYERS A pert cheerleader and a member of the
Choir Script and Score Tri H1Y Taleoken Staff and
College Club anet is going to college She has vivid
memories of chemistry lab
JOANNE PHYLLIS N-EAL An active member of the Band
Choir Orchestra Geography Club and Script and Score
She is fond of reading and dancing oan expects to
BARBARA NEELY A cute member of the Geography Club
Babs likes to travel to new places She plans to become a
beautician She has fond memories of her sophomore
GRANT NELSON General has the hobby of raising English
bulldogs and playing chess He reports to 210 He is
undecided about next year
WALTER R NETOSKIE Walt is a very active member of
the Key Club Assembly Staff and College Club He plans
to study architectural engineering Walt has a friendly
SHIRLEY NICHOLS-Nick as everyone knows her is active
in the Commercial Club and Red Cross Skating and Tom
Armitage are her mam interests Nick plans to become a
LORETTA J NIEMIEC Lory is a member of the Leaders
and Geography Clubs Writing letters and dancing are
her hobbies Nursing will play a part in her future
NANCY JAYNE NOBLE Nancy a cheerleader belongs to
the Choir Leaders Club Script and Score Tri HiY
Dance Band and College Club Slippery Rock College
summons her Main interest is Duce
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MADELINE OFIESH Muddo belongs to the Commercxal
and Leaders Club She enjoys foreign correspondence to
eleven countrxes Her ambxtxon 15 to become an alrlme
hostess She ts a pmg pong champ
RITA OLIVO Thns attractlve majorette belongs to the Trl
HI Y College Club Choxr Taleoken Stflff 'md FHA
Indxana s Home EC sounds attractnve She as fond mem
orxes of the football season -Cf
ANNETTE OPASINSKI Nan 15 a member of the Commer
cxal Leaders Dramatxc Clubs and Taleoken Staff She
washes to be a secretary She llkes novels tennts and foot
JAMES OSTROSKE Slum plannmg to make the Army hls
career xs ln the R C T 935th Engmeers and the Organ
ized Reserves He belongs to the College Club and llkes
track and desxgnmg model axrplanes
CAROLYNN PARIS-Carolynn 15 part of the Gab Sessxon of
210 Witty Carol belonglng to the College 1nd Leaders
Club pl1ys the piano After graduatxon she plans to at
NORMA C PAUSTENBACH Norm enjoys Spanish class
She belongs to the Tr1H1Y Band and College Club
Indlana State Teachers College may be her address next
NORMA PAVAN Ta Ta belongs to the Trl H1 Y Commer
clal Club Red Cross and Choxr Among her mterests are
dancmg and someone ln 206 She plans to be a secretary
MARY RAY PETHTEL Mrp hangs her coat IS 210 She
claxms membership ln the Dra Club Cholr Boys
uartet and a few other clubs ts mcluded ln her
LOUIS PFEIFFER Lou belongs to Boys u'1rtet Choxr
Band and College Club Hxs future includes gcmg to
Indiana State Teachers College
CHARLES L PHILLIP3C5u1'zZ try 1 l'1l?!P'iV0l' 9
subject He was one of the lmemen on the o Lball team
He expects to choose the field of bust ess mmlstratxon
MARCIA ANN PHILIPS-This c senior thlnks t at Mtss
Gosettl ns terrific She belo s to many l b NH
future includes Penn State e hopes to teadlx H e Ec
WILLIAM K PHILLIPS-lBxl 1.5 at member of the Geflgraprhy
Club Hts pastxme ns re mg rll jf ndeclded bout hns
NORMA JEAN POE Norm wx always remember h r jumor
year She hopes someday o be a secretary r nny and
Norma -are often seen wtth thts l1ss1e
THERESA POWASER Teres IS a member of the Commer
cxal Club To be an office worker seems 'tttractnve to
Theresa She ns often seen wxth ean and Patty
EDNA MAE PROBEL Edna Mae llkes to dance and lxsten
t0 popular records Hcr mam xnterest IS B111 She 15 an
ardent basketball fan
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EDWIN R PROBEL Pro 15 presxdent of the Senxor Class and
a member of the Board of Act1v1t1es Hes a popular
basketball player Pro 1S often seen wxth a cute blonde
MARILYN PUGLISI Mar1lyn s hobby 15 llstenmg to po ular
records Her ambxtlon 15 to be a laboratory t clan
or a secretary She w1ll always relriirfxber th H1 Y
Sock Dance Yi V
SHIRLEY J RUG LEY So lifts at p an
pumpkm pxek fut pomts to secretarlal w or be
mg an a1r IS cute senlor has a won mil er
PYLE Th1s head majorette ha b'nd emor1es after
the Ken H1 Arno basketball gain he na Bowser ap
peals to her S plans to work"f the el of Chr1st1an
JAMES Q IIN ame rompp ale and partx
clpate 1 s et l cl T s future IVlar1ne
spen le1sure me eat: sually seen w1th
GEO IS Kel1 HIS Gene Krupa and IS
a e Torme He loves to travel dance
Q pl y 13run:7, d he hopes to become a professlonal
LL T e IS a cute redhead and a member
nd a She has fond memorles of the
unxor rom urh plans to enter Penn State 1n the fall
M y 1kCS football and baseball Her hobby
las coll t g mm tures Her ambl on IS to teach and she
plans t atten Sl1p cck Col She halls from
SHIRLEY R h1r a .a.ct1ve member o Natlonal
Hon ety mat1c C and Handb Staff Her
es m e sw1 ng an e s to at
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ANDREA RENEBAndre ongs to the Ge raphy Club
an colle sou 1rs m has hippy mem
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, wood CHIC Wl Her spare r s ent 1 e
ANDRE R Y Q stewajih 2:3255
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Honor So ty He IS usu en w1t l nd a
SHIRLEY A R DES-A memb he Geo ra hy
Dusty spends ure t1me datmg a duate fro pollo
The crystal ball s her as a telephonfoperator or use
FRANK R ROSS-Dlck who belongs to the Kent n
Geography Club and College Club plays baseball and
enjoys huntmg eatmg basketball sleeping and g1rls Im
medxate plans are the Navy
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DIANA G ROS D1anes hobb1es are sew1ng p1ano and
organ Has memor1es of Spanxsh class She IS actnve 1n
Sr Tr1H1Y Taleoken College Leaders and Camera
clubs She may be a teacher
PATRICIA J ROSSI Part ongs to the Dramanc
SCTIPI and Score and Taleoke Clubs wxll never forget
MIHIWHHCR Patty may make a career IH mus1c She also
l1kes to read
HORACE RUCKS Horace one of our star basketball play
ers l1kes collectmg old co1ns and Enghsh class Learmng
a trade w1ll follow hl5 course as a draftsman
DONALD H RUPERT Don w1ll remember last summer wlth
the boys at Chautauqua H15 HCIIVIIIES 1nclude the H1 Y
Assembly Staff and College Clubs He expects to study
DONNA W RUPERT Th1s pet1te blond who belongs to the
Tn H1 Y College Band and Taleoken Clubs l1kes sewmg
Reta1l merchand1s1ng may be Donnas VOCHIIOD An
dent basketball spectator
F L RUPP Vern whose favor1te teacher IS lVl1ss Russell en
joys Enghsh chem1stry and Ruth1es sm1le HIS hObbl9S
are huntmg and dogs What he w1ll do next year IS st1ll
BEVERLY RUSSELL Bev never t1res of sw1mm1ng dancmg
and especlally watchmg W1ll1e at football games She
enjrys mus1c hlstory and belongs to the Dramat1c Cho1r
and College Clubs
OAN RYAN This tall blonde who belongs to the Commer
c1al Club w1ll soon be a secretary o plays basketball and
l1kes to dr1ve her shmy Plymouth
NORMA ALTHEA SALEGO A member of the D E Club
Al s hobb1es are dancmg and sw1mm1ng She plans to jom
the A1r Force and IS often seen w1th Sue
ELEANOR SANDERS Read1ng and dancmg occupy much of
Sandy s t1me She IS a member of the Commerc1al Club
and plans to work 1n an off1ce after graduat1on
JAMES PAUL SCHALL Chub IS a member of the College
Club and SCIENCE Club He has part1c1pated 1n track wh1le
at Ken H1 He looks forward to studylng eng1neer1ng at
ALBERT R SCHALLER Shorty hopes that 1n the future he
can advance 1n the mach1n1st fxeld He enjoys roller skat
mg and flxmg cars He IS a Stewart School alumnus
RUTH ANN SCHALLER Sue IS amb1t1ous to be a telephone
operator after graduat1on Roller skatxng and play1ng the
p1ano are her hobb1es She IS a member of the D E Club
DONALD J SEABURY The Assembly Staff Taleoken
Staff Kenton1an Staff and the Band occupy much of
Don s t1me He IS very much lnterested 1n a certa1n ma
jorette by the name of oan
ALFONSO SELLARI A member of the College Club Al
hopes to have h1s own bus1ness some day H1s hobby IS
Clancmg and he l1kes g1rls who are not stuck up
D ROSSI P ROSSI RUCKS
D RUPERT RUPP
RUSSELL J RYAN SALEGO
SANDER SCHALL SCHALLER
R SCHALLER SEABURY SELLARI
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GLORIA -IOYC SHANK Glo a boolckeepmg student IS a
member of t e Commercnl Club Th1s quxet m1ss l1lces
swxmm ng h sebaclc rldmg and roller slcatmg She pals
CARO MA HARER Lefty IS a member of the Geography
Cl b Bd Camera Club She l1lces the name of Don and
a 1 the p1ano Her pals are Dee and Dot
O L L ARER Don w1th hls ready smlle d1v1des
are mong huntmg baseball and g1rls Dutchs
h t l IS favorl E1ther the navy or college IS
1 o br th fun l ver
, E RD T 1or who IS everyone s fr1en
to deve ICIU nd 15 an ardent mov1e fan A
er of ch eogr y Club Don asp1res to be a good
R G SHEPARD An act1ve member of the H1 Y Key
Club 'ind Monxtor s taff Shep IS lnterested 1n msurance
You may have seen h1m either at Chautauqua or dr1v1ng
an undermker s he'1rse
DAVID SHIHDA Dav1d w1th h1s shock of wavy ha1r calls
217 h1s home He belongs to the Geography Club but
also enjoys basketball and football College 15 a probab1l
:ty next year
LORRAINE SHIMMIN Chxclcles mam mterest IS Pete A
member of the Tr1 H1 Y th1s popular person l1lces base
ball aIlClhg and sw1mm1ng She has fond memor1es f
the unlog Prom
RONALD M SINCLAIR Although a member of numerous
clubs Ron finds t1me for stamps and g1rls Wah memor
IES of MIIC9 and decoratmg for the un1or Prom he IS
headed for college or the A1r Force
VIOLET SIP V futurynew per oruer ,I
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befonfsgto t Afenyu? Sta fend eografphy Clldb
KENNETH SLOSI4 enny IS a pdpu'lja'r!mLmb!r o Ken
H15 football and traclc teams On the off season h
worlcs lh a t1n shop He w1ll take busmess adm1n1strat1on
BARBA A SEQ ENEGA-Toto s cxrowmg glory 15 the envy of
ma y 1 gxrl T IS petxte Cho1r and Tr1 H1Y member
I1 es to da cexjnd asp1res do become somebody s secretary
DE RA ITH g collect1ng books and clatlng
occupi xgqih ofgibbirs t1me She belongs to the Cho1r
and' the D arhaud Glub To college then nursmg
R ERT M XSNIITH Although Sm1tty l1lces Ken H1 he re
X members the n1ne years at Arnold Thxs Kenton1an Staff
member l1lces to square dance A draftsmans job IS 1n
store for hxm
ROBERT F SMITH Another Smltty also hangs h1s coat 1n
201 He has fond memor1es of h1s years at Stewart He
takes the D E course and IS pres1dent of the D1str1but1ve
DORIS SOPKO Th1s petlte semor belongs to the College
Club and expects to go to college Dorr1e hlces to play the
p1ano drlve and sw1m Blue Nashes hold her eye
HARRY SPAK Ken H1 s track team w1ll m1ss th1s pop
next year He answers to the name ts to
take a tr1p to Alaska w1th h1s l c Per u
JEANETTE SPA p0I9hIlal s ary Glna pals w
ere 1 een a es mus1c and Fran
s smgmg aP to her What was your Hrs
re her falgxxe' ords
Egblfggl c A has M1 .1 vo 1,311 player on the
f 1rl akes thxs ture of ce worker an act1ve
1' She a1ms nmg to record and the Navy 1nter
CAR L PILLERS Carols home room IS 709 The
Commex 1al Club roller skating and readmg take up most
of her spare t1me After graduat1on she w1ll become a
VIRGINIA SROKA Gmny who IS another secretar1al asp1r
ant IS a member of the Sr Trl H1 Y Commercnl Club
and the ChOlf Her hobby IS collectmg post cards
MARY STEFAN Mary who has made many frxends at Ken
H1 cla1ms needlework and sewmg as her hcbb1e Mary
plans to become a pharmamst and the return to her na.,
t1ve land Greece
ROBERT L STEWART R-1 Bob was El u Qmlughaml J- XL
basketball player snacdentflfaElj1spZ1 member o the
College and SCIENCE ubs He look's forward tzixgtte ng
ELIZABETH ANN STOKES L1bby lnclucles college 1n her
plans She IS a member of the Band Sr Tr1 H1 Y Taleo
ken Staff and College Club She has fond memorxes of
the un1or Sen1or Prom
JOANN STOKOWSKI Jo'1n1e would lxke to become 1 reg1s
tered nurse after graduauon Her hobb1es are playmg
softball l1sten1ng to the rad1o and bakmg cakes
GORDON STRONG Sk1p s favor1te class 15 typmg and h1s
hobb1es are photography and glrls Sk1p plans to enter
the Army A1r Force Pals w1th Potts and Lucas
PATRICIA A STUCK Pat plans to become a secretary after
graduauon She IS a member of the Bank Staff and the
Commerc1al Club Her hobby I5 playmg the P1300
ROBERT W SUTTER Sutter who IS a member of the Hand
book Staff and the un1or Town Meetmg plans to attend
Penn State Th1nks the best teacher he ever had was
MARTHA J SYPENICK Marcys spec1al held IS the secre
tarlal She IS secretary of the Commerc1al Club and VICE
presldent of the Leaders Club Her f'1vor1te song IS
THEODORE A SZAJNA Ted lS one of the Valley Helghts
boys He plans to go out West and look for adventure
Dr1v1ng and sports are h1s ma1n hobbles
JOSEPH S S7UL A future college student oe belongs to
the College Club He was tall enough to part1c1pate 1n
lun1or h1gh basketball and track HIS home room IS 209
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ub Commercxal Club Taleoken Staff and Bank Staff
She enloys dancmg to Nevertheless wxth an Arnold
graduate Her hope IS to become a secretary
ROMAINE TAYLOR W1ll1e Ro ns a member of the
Trl H1 Y Dramauc Club Devotxonal Commlttee and
Choxr She would llke to study medlcme
ELLEN LEE TOOHEY Thxs attractlve senlor belongs to the
Scrnpt and Score Trl Hx Y Leader s Club Taleoken Smff
College Club and Girls TKIO E lxkes dancxng and
Sp1n1sh College xs her next goal
ROBERT VAN TINE Perry a member of the Choir llkes to
smg and play the guitar Thls Trade School boy thmks
Mr Frazler IS tops ncertam about hrs next venture
XVILLIAIVI VENTER a 1 ot all at Ken Hx holds pleas
ant memorxes for thxs pop lar senior Wllll9S interests
'ire huntmg hshlng and Beverly He w1ll always re
member the Prom
BERNADINE VOYTEN Bernle a coming secretary belongs
to the Tr1H1Y and Commerclal Club Thls basketball
and football fan enjoys dancing and swlmmlng Her
pals are Helen and Glorxa
RICHARD WALTER An active member of the Scrxpt and
Sccre Dramatxc Club College Club Band and Choir
Bugs looks forward to studyxng muslc at Indlana State
GLORIA WARREN The Dxstrlbutxve Educatxon Course and
Her future 15 undeclded
Glo enjoys skatmg dancmg and dark haired boys
MARNEESE XVATKINS Neecle 15
Club take up much of Glo s txme
1 member of the Geo
rexgn of hve years She hopes to go to a beautxclan school
R CHARD W WETZEL Wlndy 15 a member of the Assem
jf bly Staff Choir and College Club He hopes to enter
def, enn State Pleasant memorxes of hxs unxor Prom still
EPH L WHANN Hls friends call h1m Stuey He IS a
member of the Geography Club and has been with the
E track team for two years Hts spare txme xs spent xn Free
JUDITH XVILBER Musxc IS Juclys hobby She belongs to
B1nd Choir Taleoken Staff Dramatxc Club Dance Band
'und Scrlpt and Score Her next dest1nat1on xs college
MARTHA WINDOWS-Samt Clemens holds many pleasant
memorles for thus little talker She lakes to wrnte love
poems about boys with blond han' and blue eyes She
p1ls around wlth oan
JACK WOLFORD Jack hangs hrs coat m 209 H15 hobbies
'Ire football and baseball Parnassus holds pleasant mem
orncs for K His favorite class IS Mr Glock s health class
GUY S WRIGHT Guy ns a member of the Band Orchestra
College Club and Choir Itchy xs a Crystal C1ty alumnus
He has fond memories of Band camp
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BERNARD WROBLESKI Bernte belongs to the College Club
and Red Cross H15 plans are to go to college Berme ts
'always concerned about where he c1n loc1te Fr1nces
CONSTANCE YANSHAK Better known 15 Buz she hangs
her cout m 209 Buz belongs to the Commercnl Club
lnkes to draw and plans to be a secretwry
JEAN YANSHAK Gtggles IS treasurer of the Commercxal
Club and ltkes to swxm and eat Her favorxte pastnme 15
wrntmg letters to a pol ter She would lxke to be a secre
DOROTI-IY YENICALA Dot g30hgS e Commerctal
Club Ita ers 'Club and Red Cross e lkes basketball
softbaall ancmg affd swxmmmg ,fshe IS plannmg to go
to South Amana
PATRICIA YOST Pat belongs to the D E Club and expects
to continue her job as a sales glrl Her mim mterest 15
skatmg and the Air Force
WALTER LOWELL ZADAI Lowell belongs to the Band
Dance Band and Chou' He lnkes mustc modelmg axr
planes and huntnng He represented Ken H1 tn the D15
trxct B1nd festival
FRANCIS ZALESKI Buns ts taking the Vocatlonal Course
He belongs to the Kentontan Staff and lnkes to collect
stamps plctures and alrplanes He plans to attend Callfor
ma State Teachers College
FRED ZALUPSKI Fred belongs to the College Club and ltkes
to hunt fish and play golf He 'also lnkes the gnrls and
plans to be a store manager
VIRGINIA ZIKAKIS Gmger came from Ltttle Rock Arkan
sas She belongs to the College Club and Home Ec Club
She swxms ltke a fish and llkes to dance
Choir r Town Meetlng and College Club His fivorxte
class ns music hxstory He lnkes to pl1y tennis read
DORIS MITCHELL Dorls 15 a new commerclal student xn
Ken Hx commg here from Tarentum H1 She plays basket
ball ts an ardent football fan and enjoys music and clanc
mgs She expects to do offlce work
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First Row D York C Tyburslu Dunbar Kolalcowski
Second R M
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Our sophomore year at Ken H1 started us on the greatest adventure of our
lives We entered our new scho l l
o on y to find a sea of unfamiliar faces and a maze
of strange corridors Then we slowly became accusto d
me to rms new and different
life Because of this change we were bl
not a e to get much work done as a class.
Our junior year continued this great adventure, but when we entered Ken Hi this
year we weren't confronted by an unfamiliar school or by quite so many new faces.
Therefore we could act as a class immediately. As our last year's major project had
been a dance, the Sophomore Hop our ro' f h'
, p ject or t is year was also a dance
the junior-Senior Prom So to lead h
. us t rough the many financial activities, we
elected class officers. Then we began selling magazine subscriptions. This proj-
ect was under the leadership of Mrs G '
. riesemer. To add more to our prom fund
candy bars were sold the first semester. Mr. Armstrong extended a helping hand
for this projcet We also held an inform l d
. a ance and, following tradition, we
called it the "Harvest Hopf' Finally Mr. Burnett, who took care of our funds,
Fmgers are movmg quxckly
th1s typmg class
sald that our capltal had reached the pomt where
we could begin the actual work of the prom The
decoratmg commlttee planned the maglcal trans
formatxon of the gym and all the other commlttees
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drd thelr part toward sponsormg a prom the sen
ations were the major actxvttnes ln our jumor year
we stnll found txme to order our class rmgs and
produce several unusual assemblies
As we come to the end of an eventful year
chmaxed by the umor Senlor Prom we all look
forward to the last chapter nn our hugh school
life The memories of the hard work and the
good txmes of our Junior year wxll remam In our
Presxdent ohn Kolakowskl
Vlce President Charles Tyburskl
Secretary Don York
Treasurer acky Dunbar
Mr Menk Mrs Grxesemer Mr Burnett
fx, Mr Armstrong
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-Xlcxns C Alex D Allen D Al
Second Row A Arhutlslcx L Arch
nbwlcl R Arnold C Artman V
Artman D Arvm
Thlrd Row E B1ker H Baker
Balla Bizyk I Bell D Beile
Fourth Row Beattxe P Becker
Bcxghley B Bennett S Bianco
Fifth Row D Bnelna D Bishop
Black R Blalceley D Blose o
Sxxth Row R Bordonaro M Bor
dell S Bosal: A Boucher S Bow
,ser D Boyer
Seventh Rm H Brmslco T Broff
man G Brown Byran G Buck
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Elghrh Row B Bullers R Cable A
Calabrese G C1mpbell S Camp
Nmth Row R Carnpoltx D Carrop
E Carrop R Carrop H Carson
Tenth Row E Cxeslmslu P Clarlc C
Claypool V Colm E Como C1
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Second Row N DeCecco W Delse-
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Drew G Duddy
Thlrd Row Dunbar Dunbar H
Dunlap C Dwyer E Eberbach R
Fourth Row E Evans W Evans S
Ewxng B Febbraro M Feol1 D
Flfrh Row E Flelds M Flscus B
Fxsher Fnx F Flemm C Fletch
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1xrh Row P Florra N Fogle E
Fo ey L Folpe A Fortson
Seventh Rew R Fry A Gfmss K
Garner C Glbson L Gxordano B
Elghrh Row F Cnovannelh S Go
lembxewskl R Graham E Grzybek
I Harchuck P Harrxs
Nm Harvey Hiser E
M Helxon Henry L
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hmrd Row Kolakowslu Koneslu
A Kowalczyk C Kowallcowslcl S
Kraft B Krajewslcn
Fourth Row D Krowsoslu B Kur
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Russa M Lelbert
Flfth Row S Levxne D Lewandow
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Snxt Row R Magee Mams I
Maleclcl R Manna T Marmo R
Seventh Row D Marsh A Marzullo
B Mausko F Matt D McCaslcey
Elghrh Row McFadden -I McFall
J McC1eever P MCGIVCFD D Mc
Ktllop R McNutt
Nlnth Row G Mc uaxde R Mc
Sherry C Mentzell E Mxchel N
Michel M Mxlcesell
Tenth Row: C. Miller S. Miller D
Milberger R. Mitchell V. Mitchell
Fxrst Row F Mooney hlorrow
Nax1gl11 B Neiler P Nnmy
Second Row M Nncklus R Nydts
Orlowskx M Orrxs Orszuhk
Third Row OTremb'1 M uetot
M A Paletta R Pamgn P P1uI
F urth Row L Po1czy1s 1 B Popt
R Prosser S Purks L Pyle
Flfch Row A Rapp H Rearxck
Relssner B Rexter T Rexter
Resh Wfijn 3,1 CMM
Slxth Row Rhoicls H Rhowdts
Richards M Roarke D Ross
Seventh Row G Ross K o s B
ROZDIEYSRI V Rub S ,I Rudiw
Eighth Row JD S'1lv1y R g'll1dL!'S
E Scang1 B Schlc-kit Sus,
worth L Sexcmskx
Nmth Row P Shalenko CP Shank
Sharkms Shaw D Sheman
skx C Schultz
Tenth Row A SICIIVX C S cl 1 E
Smclaxr S Sxmpson Sklllen
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Second Row A Spana F Splll
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M Sprumont E Stafford
Th1rcl Row N Stanlco V
Stlclcley P Stoltz M Sto
kowslcn W Stratton D Sub
llI1SlCl P Sulltz
Fourth Row B Superczynslcl
Suprano Nl Suscovxch V
Swlder Szajna R Szoch
F1fth Row Talter C Tara
dena E Taylor Taylor
P Thompson A Thornton
Slxth Row A Tobm B Tru
slalc C Tyburslu N Van
Dervort D Vextch I Vlro
stek M Votquenfue
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Seventh Row R Waddell C
Wagner C Wagner C
Walls B Walm ley W War
rmer J Watters
Eng nh Row X Wfexnel F
Whalen Wlll rd M Wll
llams E WlHgfOV9 M Wxt
Cher V WOjCl9ChOWSkl
'Nlmth Row D Wolfe J Wolfe
R Wolf Wrobleskl
Wyant M Yenlcala -I Yetka
Tenth Row D Yor T Zale
slu E Zellermo Zllllac
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R Berger R Bullers M Cobb
Crall M Easley
Elnerhardt P Canaan
Clever VU Freclerlclc Ga
ual M ohnson R Lever
Speedy M Thompson
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These boys are concentratmg on thelr M Nlatlslco s blology class IS having
shop work ln the Trade School an outdoor sessxon
Charlle IS busy keepmg the school The teachers have to eat too
M155 Phlllxp s health class IS enjoymg
The Key Club Ib cleanmg up the the lesson
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Second Row F Lomo Miss L,-nsillo
Third Row Miss Hood Mr Apel
SOPHO lORIz CLASS
The school year 1950 1951 was a big one for Ken H1 A sophomore class of
over 400 made their way through the doors and literally took charge of their new
environment After the election of officers and Board members they started right
in to accomplish their one goal to raise money for the Sophomore Hop A sale
of homemade candy was held for this purpose and under the direction of the
sponsors Miss Hood Miss Caslllo and Mr Apel it wound up a huge success
These big hearted sophs took it upon themselves to invite the entire student
body with free admission for this dance and on a chilly January evening with the
gym depicting a winter scene hundreds of students arrived The anxious hosts and
grateful guests made it a gala affair
This group of tenth graders proved to have great scholastic ability The largest
number of honor students came from this group and the entire student body was
especially proud of their accomplishments.
Up until the very last moment this class has put every opportunity to good
use. Their untiring efforts made this sophomore year a memorable one.
Mr efferson IS showmg IS
bxology class an experlment
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Presldent Frank Salvatore
VICC Presldent Frank Como
'Z Secretary Evelyn A165510
Treasurer . , ., , .. Blanche McCollum
Miss Hood Miss Casillo Mr. Apel
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First Row B Ackley Adams L
Adimslcy T Ajeclc E Alessio G
Stconcl Row D Aljoe B Allan
Almasy S Anchors A Arabia T
Third Row D Arbuclcle Armitage
F Arthur P Athey Atkinson
Fourth Row F Bacu E Barham H
B1rlcer Barra V Bartlett N
Fifth Row D Bateman W Baum'm
R Bayne B Beal D Beattie B
Sixth Row S Behanna R Bell N
Bennis -I Berarducci M Berg B
Seventh Row D Bernardo P Betler
S Bitar E Blick M Bogany H
Eighth Row: A. Boucher. W. Bridgen
N, Brinlt M. Brock L. Brooks M
lglinth Row: Ri Brown A. Bruno G
Buckley R. Buffone M. Buisch
Tenth Row: E, Burgly . Calhoun B
Camp M. Canne A. Caputo B
First Row E Cirter G C1rson
Cashell R Ccrx en1L Ch1ll1nt
Second Row G Ch1ney E Charlton
P Chmellnslcl N Clmorlsa lVl
Clpollonc G Clausen
Thxrd Row B Clark Clowes
Como Cooper Cooper
Fourth Row XV Covert P Covey
Cowan D Cow1n S Crug
Flfth Row E Crlbbs V Crognale C
Curcxo A Dista B Davls Davis
Sixth Row P Dmls XV Decker lVl
DQGlgllP D DCGlglll7 G Deleo
Seventh Row j De-Simone N Dreon
Drew Drew D Dudelc P
Elghth Row L Dorocmlc Y Edgar
K Edwards S Edviays P Endhch
Nlnfh Row S EV'll1S B F1ZClf1S
Fntch Fxtzgcmld S Fletcher
Tenth Rom D Folk Fonmme C
Fortscn I. Fox Frampton R
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First Row: L. Gallo, P. Garvey, C
Geiger, C. George, F. George, T
Second Row: G. Germanic, Giglcr
W. Gigler, K. Gibson, F. Gillis, A
Third Row S Gull R Greco
Gretz Grillo T Grzylnelc
Fourth Row N Haddon F Hagy
masi N H1wker G Hazlett V
Heclcer N Henderson
Fifth Row W Henry W H ssom
D Highlands W Hilinslci M H11
Sixth Row B Hobi C Hollier L
Hooper D Howard I Hrabczulc
Seventh Row B acobs R acobs
aslcey C ohnson F Johnson K
Eighth Row R ohnson ohnston
ohnston ohnston N ohn
ton E ones
Ninth Row R ones E urgaites H
Kapp C Karr S Kennedy V
Tenth R w C Kiser C Klein F
Koscianslci K Kottas R Kowalczylc
First Row R Krolxckx R Krolnclcx Nl
Kunes D Kyllonen A Liboslcy D
Second Row M Lindxs Luusbcrg
E Lebert F Leeger M Lemmon
Third Row P Leslie N Levy I5 P
Lex err R Llghtner R Lxnde
muth S Lochner
Fourth Row Logue R Lubomslxl
Lubresky K Lucis C Lucchctn
Flfth Row B Migee D Magrmx
Mahr M1nd1lc Mangone
lxth Row D M1nley V M1rr1
Marsh I Mwrtm F Miyher
eventh Row P Mizur McDonald
R McDonald W McEntyre R
McF1ll B McCollum
xghth Row H Nlcifrtvldy R Nlrl
or C MBISDCFQ F Q e F Nlcl
ville F Mcrrltts
Ninth Row W Meyers P Nllchael
Michel M Miller R Nlxller D
Tenth Row E Mutchell Nlntchell
S Nlltchell R Mltteff A Mlmlx
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Svcond Row Naccirito R N
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T lrd Row A OITICLIHSLI N Os
burn B Ostroslm E OTrcmh1 M
I unter R Pintwno
Fourth Row M Paskey Patterson
G P'1tz L Pechtc-111 E Penman
Flr Row D Pnercc D Piper Y
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lxth Row R Riught I: Rive 1s
Cro t A eeves R Rc oh
Rcmi R Relnert
Scxcnth Row K Rcltcr Remlch
RC9klCWlCZ R Rox sly lch
nrdson. N. Relsch
Eighth Row: R. Rishcl, H. Roblnson
T. Robinson. L. Rocco. S. Rochna
Ninth Row: P, Rorabaugh. A. Rosen
quest. R. Rowley. A. Salati. F. Sal
vatorv. F, Santora
Tenth Row: F. Santoro, T. Schaffner
P. Schafer, E. Schrecongost, G
Schweinsberg. D. Seman
First Row I. Sedhcelx S Sekcmskx
Settlemyre B Sexcmnekl F Sey
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Second Rom I Sh1mey S Shinlx A
Sh1rk1ns Shcftlc B Shellham
mer R Shtplcy
Thlrd R vs I QIITIPSOH R Simpson
F Sxnclilr S Singleton R Smlth
Fourth Rom S Smlth D Snlziskx
W Speedy R Spencer E Sperslcm
1 th Row 1rr S Smm
Stone Stroup R SIFCHROWSRI
Sxxth Row I Stump R Sudnlk T
Sydortck E Sypulskm D Twdrzik
Seventh Rom C Tiylor E T1ylor B
Thrower L Txlmins S Toney F
i-tghth Rov. S Trzecmlx V Tyhur
sk: C1 Txhnslxl D Tyson B Um
lwugh R Una lpher
Nlnth Row: G. Urhany. A. Yan Nor-
m1n. R. Vin Tint: Nl. Xaresco. S.
Xenus. H. XV1chtler
Tenth Row: M. Vfadc. C. Vfagncr. R.
Whlker. I. Vfalsh, I.. XY"asyI1k. XV.
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White T Wfldmcr H WIIQS N
Second Row E Wfllls R WIIISOH
XVI son B Wise D Wolfe
Third Row B Xvoodrow Wootexi
R Wfrnght B VC yant A Y'msh1k
Fourth Rc,w Yobp L Yohe I
Young Nl Zichirns
Flfrh Row A Zellefrow E Zxto
Spb Zubek R Zubek
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Aribn A Bmdy L Cousins COUSIDS S F'1rren Fllnn B HCIIHSRI P Kenzer
R Kush E Leisure D McBride A Mccullouzh S Miller Mxcha 115 R Morg1n
E Mrvin Noca M Ofiesh W Pexfer B Sakulsky G Z1vol1
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mterested ln their work one of her students
Louella and Emlly are preparmc Miss Boucher IS hearing another
good food for the caf terla story
These glrls are kept busy Wlfh trans Come on, boys' Some of you aren r
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BOARD OF ACTIVITIES
First Row V Artman M McKeever E Eberbach G Engler R Greco
Second Row R DelDuca R Carrop E Probel F Ccmo F Salvatore
Third Row Dr Chapman Mr Miller Mr Weaxer Miss Boucher
ACT IV ITIE
The extra curricular activities which Ken Hi offers to sophomores Juniors and
seniors give each member a social advantage outside of his school work Alrhougn
several of the organizations are for boys or girls exclusively the majority ofthe clubs
consist of mixed groups
During the past year several new clubs have been organized and seem to be
functioning quite well Last year the newly organized Key Club under the spon
sorship of Mr Vorlage performed various social services for the school and com
munity At the beginning of school this year, the Science Club sponsored by Mr
Walter and Mr Apel and the Sophomore Tri H1 Y under the leadership of Miss
Hood had their start The sophomore girls have been very active in their affairs
often having guest speakers at their meeting
Various musical organizations such as the Band and choirs give those who are
musically minded an opportunity to demonstrate their talents Mr Oliver and
Mrs Wareham have supervision of the music department. In our school just as
in most schools there are a few budding actors and actresses who get their big
chance through the Dramatic Club.
The Monitors an organization for junior and senior boys help keep order
in the halls. Boys who are members of the Assembly Staff show movies which are
a welcome attraction to any class. The sponsors of these two groups are Miss
Pascaretta and Mr. efferson.
Since last years Taleoken went to press the Board of Activities and the Mer-
chants Division of the Chamber of Commerce sponsored a parade for the fiftieth
anniversary celebration of Ken Hi. Mr. Fletcher was in charge of the construction
of floats sponsored by the various clubs.
The winners in the parade were the Vocational School first prize' Key Club
second prize' and the Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y and the Distributive Education Clubs who
split third prize.
These boys and girls are en
joymg themselves at the annual
Tri H1 Y Sock Dance
Another activity of last years anniversary
program was the pageant directed by Mrs Klmke
This brought back memories to former tudents
of Ken H1 as they watched their sons and claugh
ters take part in skits depicting days gone by
Although every club and organlzation has its
own officers all the dances cookie sales, or any
other affair they wish to hold must be approved
by the Board of Activities This organization is
made up of three members of each of the three
classes sophomore, junlor, and senior and
their advisors Dr Chapman Miss Boucher Mr
Miller and Mr Weaver
If any group wishes to start a new club it
must present to the Board of Activities a petition
with the names of a sponsor and twelve signatures
of interested students Also a constitution must
be written. If both the petition and constitution
are approved by the Board the club may be or-
Every student in Ken Hi should be an ac-
tive member of at least one club or organization.
The activities of Ken Hi should be given all your
s pp t.
Fxrst Rom D Rupert N Nlarmo G Bryd R Olno E T1mburo R Rapp S Reed M
Phlhps I: blokes M Lauren L N Br ndt P Rossx
Sccond R X A Chxton P G1ll11n S Hacldwd Nl lV1cKeever G Harchuclc F Greenberg
E Toohey Hxle S Mlller R George F Bazylc
Third Row N H lnhard Mr Kexser A Op1SlHSlCl D Scahury E Adam Wfxlher M15
Boucher N Folser
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dltorlal Assrstants Gertrude Boyd Nancy Brandt Aloha Chilton Nancy Folser ZLL
Patty Galllan Regina George Freda Greenberg Sarah Haddad Georgina
Harohuck Nancy Hubbard Marcla Lawrence Norma Marlno Marjorle Mc
Keever Sally Mlller Rlto Olivo Annette Opasmslcl Marcia Philips Ruth
Rap Shlrley Re Dlana Rossl Patrlcla Rossi Donna Rupert Ellzaheth
Stp es Ellen LeeyToohey Judxth W1lher
TyP1SfS Frances Bazylc Emerreen Tamburo
Spogs Edltor Wllllam Mallln
Photographer Edward Adams
tlst Donald Seabury
XSpohsors Mr Kexser Miss Boucher
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First Row: N, Bash, E. Alessio,
S, Reed, M. G. Hanna, R.
George, Wilber, D. Dudek,
S. Mitchell, C. Conomos, L.
Aclamslcy, E. Barham
Second Row: Miss Russell, R.
Smith, Ostroske, D. Sea-
bury, F, Zaleski, R. Fred-
erick, F. Ross, A. Arabia, E.
Adams D Wolfe
First Row V Stickley H Pyle
A Thornton B Fahrney S
Reed P Rossi
Second Row E Eberbach R
Sutter Greco E Fields
C Fletcher Miss Owen
KEN TON IAN
The Kentonian, our school paper is pub
lished every two weeks with twelve issues during
th school t rm Throughout its pages are in
teresting stories containing news facts features
editorials and sports The lournalism class
der the supervision of Miss RL ell strives to live
up to the papers motto Our chool exactly as
it go s Each student has an assignment and a
four pages and their job is to block th page
nd see that the work is don in Drop r n w pap r
fashion Each Thursday a taff me ting is held
for all the outside staff members to conven to
see how the paper has be n olann d Two mem
bers of the staff attended th Wfe tern Pennsyl
vania School Press conference at We t Vi w High
School in Pittsburgh Th ed tor ofthe Kentonian
is Regina George
Aga n Ken Hi tudents were greeted on their
return in Sept mber 1950 by another edition of
th Handbook This mall publication has come
to be almo t indispensable to students especially
taose att ndrno Ken Hi for the first tim In it
one can final information on almost any subject
in connect on with high chool life courses of
study athletics clubs school and social calendars
absent or tardv or ill a list of teachers a bank
tat ment and many ot mer it ms This years st ff
with letty lou lqahrn y as editor in chief and
Miss Ow n a sponsor and with the Board f
Fducat on as fnancier pibli hed th attr ctiv
lttl red and black Hanclboc'
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Natlonal Honor Socxety IS an organlza
tlon whose members are chos n on the basrs of
scholarshlp character leadershlp and serv1ce
Whlle names of students may be proposed by any
faculty member, the actual electing IS done by a
councll of semor sectlon room teachers Mr
Weaver, MISS Boucher and Miss ElgCS About
fifteen per cent of the top ranlclng t.1dents of
the senior class are ellgxble for membership First
semester offlcers were Wllllalh Mallxn president,
Nancy Hubbard vlce president and Andrew Re
vay secretary Miss Elges IS the organlzatrons
sponsor and MISS Walker IS treasurer
President Robert Stewart
Vice Presldent Robert Sutter
Secretary anet I-Ill s
FIYSI Row P Rossx P Gallxan
M Pethtel R Ceslmslu F
Bazylc M Phxltps R Ollvo
Second Row I-llles M Law
rence R George H Pyle
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Rapp J Spence
Thnrd Row M Sypcnnck
Fmnlclm D Yenlmla
Hubb1rd E Crolssant
Bxshop S Reed
Fourth Row M lVlcKeever
Greenberg S Haddad
Mentecky B Fahrney
Fifth Row D Cable R S111
cur A Revay W Mallm
Snxth Row T Szajna R Sut
ter R Stew1rt, W Bon-lm
The College Club under the capable super
v1s1on of Mxss E1g6S and Mr Kelser, helps nts
members choose a course that w1ll be of use
them In the future Durmg the year, the senlor
members assemble 1n 401 to talce varlous scholas
txc apt1tude and hngh school achlevement tests
These famlllarlze the students wlth the long col
lege examinations A Career Conference IS held
on one evenmg durlng the year whlch many rep
resentatlves from colleges and business establlsh
ITICHIS atrend to present mformatlon to the stu
dents and thelr parents These conferences ald
these students ln choos1ng thelr college or work
after graduatlon from h1gh school
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The Geography Club under the leadersh1p
of its sponsor Miss Mary Vlola Phlllxps has had
many lnterestxng and worthwhlle HCUYIIICS the past
year One of these was the makmg of a poster
entltled What Our Communxty Offers the Trav
eler Thls poster was made for a Pennsylvanla
Week contest sponsored by the Pennsylvanla
Hotels Assoclatlon Each member who has an
actxve lnterest 1n geography IS a memb r of the
Geography Club of Western Pennsylvania Among
the act1v1t1es of the club IS the sending of Care
packages to n edy famxlles ln Europe Members
of the club also correspond with pen pals thus
learnmg much more about forexgn countries
President Shlrley Rhodes
Vice President Mary Ann Cervenak
Secretary Beverly Cooper
Treasurer Loretta N1em1c
Program Chairman Carol Gutgsell
Fxrst Row L Nlemlec
Campbell M Watkins
Clements B Cooper M
McCullough S Rhodes
Second Row D Shepard
Frederlck C Shearer
Ashbaugh V Slpe Brown
K Reed S Lauff B Phillip
Thlrd Row Whann F Ross
R acobs Lucas E Pro
e G Rapp D Best
Shlhda Miss Phllhps
Fmrst Row S Lauff C Wfalls
Taylor I-l1les L Cowan
F Greenberg V Booher R
McSherry P Nemy
Second Row XV Crowley R
Manley G Schwxensberg D
Manley S Carnabucc1 D
Boyer D Fester R Bullers
Thxrd Rom lVlr Rlnghoffer
Capxzzx R Smclur D Elder
G Claassen B Hob: -I FIX
Under the sponsorslup of Mr Rmghoffer
the German Club IS open to any student who
takes German or has taken the course 1n pre
vxous years The club offers soc1al functlons that
prove to be much fun The members learn Ger
man songs and games that provlde experlence ln
speakxng the language The members also took
a trlp to Plttsburgh where they saw a program of
Austrxan dancing and muslc Some of them had
the pr1v1lege of speaking IH German t f
of the persons who partlclpated ln the program
Other trlps were planned to help further the
knowledge of German and the enjoyment of the
Presldent Ronald Slnclalr
VICE President ack Fix
Secretary Freda Greenb rg
Treasurer Stanl v Lauff
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SENIOR TRI HI Y
The Senlor Tr1 H1 Y orgamzed by the Y
M C A IS the glrls Chr1st1an organ1zat1on of
Ken H1 It IS a SCFVICC club whose purpose 15 to
ald worthy char1t1es Throughout the year the
g1rls hold numerous projects to ra1se funds
Among these w re the sellmg of name cards and
sponsorm of two dances the Sock Dance and
the Shamrock Ball Wlth the proceeds from these
events the g1rls sent C A R E boxes to Europe
The club also sent two g1rls to the Central West
U N conventlon ln Indlana and to the Ctat U
N conwenuon at Harmsburg At the conclus1on
of the school year the annual Mother Daughter
Banquet IS held Any sen1or glrl w1ll1ng to fulhll
the club requxrements IS el1g1ble for membersh1p
MISS Darls Phllllps IS the sponsor
Pre 1dent Allce Fadrowslcl
VICE Pres1dent Nancy Hubbard
ecretary Renetta C1esl1nsk1
Treasurer Dlana Rossl
Chaplam Betty Johnson
JUNIOR TRI HI Y
The Jumor g1rls have orgamzed agam thlS
year the1r own Tr1 H1Y wh1ch IS one of the
largest organ1zat1ons ln Ken H1 Th1s group un
der the guldance of MISS Boucher has much to
extend to others the h1gh standards of Chr1st1an
character The act1v1t1es of th1s club 1nclude two
candy cookle sales held dur1ng the noon hour a
dance 1n Apr1l planned as a jomt functlon w1th
the sophomore Tr1H1Y The proceeds from
these events Wlll be used to send sen1or glrls to
a summer conference and to do SCFVICC work 1n
the commun1ty At th1s conference the gxrls re
CBIVC tra1n1ng 1n Tr1 H1 Y work
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SOPHOMORE TRI HI Y HI Y
Although the Sophomore Tr1 H1 Y IS an en
t1rely new orgamzatzon 1n Ken H1 IIS amb1t1ous
members under the competent gu1dance of MISS
Kay Hood have already made lt a very act1ve
club A dehmte program for the ent1re year has
been planned w1th one execut1ve meet1ng and two
regular bus1ness meet1ngs each month At one of
the bus1ness meet1ngs there IS a IOPIC for d1scus
s1on wh1ch usually features a well mformed speak
er The other meetlng IS dedlcated to the serv1ce
project of the month One of these projects was
the adopt1on of an eleven year old boy from the
Greensburg Orphana e for Chr1stmas
Presndent Evelyn Aless1o
Vice Presldent Nancy Chorba
Secretary MQIJOIIS Bu1sch
Treasurer Sh1rley Loehner
The purpose of the I-I1Y IS To create
mamtam and extend throughout the school and
commun1ty h1gh standards of Chr1st1an character
Our school chapter 3dVlSCd by Mr Apel and sup
ported by the Y M C A holds to this purpose
through dlfferent projects dur1ng the year Sev
eral members had the opportun1ty th1s year to
attend the state conxentlon at ohnstown The
CIIFISIITIHS Splflf I5 carr1ed out 1n school dur1ng
the holldays by the members decoratmg a beau
t1ful tree wh1ch stands on the landmg of the
mam staxrway The boys work hard to bullcl
greater fellowsh1p among themselves and to make
l1fe long fr1endsh1ps
Presxdent Donald Rupert
VICC Presldent Alv1n Fortson
Secretary Ronald Fredenck
Treasurer ack F1tzgerald
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The Red Cross Club is an organization of
students whose purpose is to do service for others
ienced in charitable work All high school stu
dents are eligible to become members of the
Senior Club but only two representatives a boy
and a girl from each section room are elected
1ntO the club Under the guidance of Miss Math
ison their sponsor they have bi monthly meet
ings and many activities They knit afghans for
refugees fill Christmas boxes provide dolls for
under privileged children put on a radio pro
gram and in the fall conduct a drive for Red
President Charles Ferguson
Vice President oseph Mangone
Secretary Donna Reifschneider
Treasurer Fred Mooney
First Row: D. Reifschneider, T.
Marino, L. Giordano, P.
Benedict, S. Loehner, N
Chorba, B. Heise, B. L.
Wyant, Patterson, M. Va-
resco, M. Lawrence
Second Row: Mrs. Griesemer,
A. Arbutislci, R. Link, B.
Reiter, N. Pavan, D. Yen-
lcala. M. A. Cervenalc, S.
Nicholas, D. Dudek, G.
Rcss . ohnston .Wrob-
Third Row: V. Crognale P.
Horvath A. Arabia R. Bev-
eridge C. Mangone C. Gutg-
sell M. Miller D. Bateman
Fourth Row J Bickert D My
dock P Shalenlco A Revay
R Revay R Spencer R Mc
Fall R Freda Mangone
Fifth Row H Spak C Fergu
son D Alquist Morrow
R Abraham F Mooney G
Hoskins R Kowalczylc M
Smith R Cable C Tybur
ski G Claassen Miss Math
First Row G Urbany B Shep
ard F Mooney R Miller R
Netoskie R Beveridge W
Crowley W Bonatti G
Rapp D Wolfe Fletcher
Second Row C Taylor
Stroup Fitzgerald F Sal
vatore Armitage J Flynn
ones re a
Wright M Smith
Third Row A Arabia F
Como B Ostroski J Davis
ohnston A Sharkins
Hazlett B Smith R Revay
W Robinson Nlr Vorlage
The Key Club although not an actual part
of the Kiwanis is an international club sponsored
ship of Mr Vorlage was organized as a service
club to the school and community and has been
operating as such The club finds out what is most
needed for the school and then sets out to ac
complish that task During football season the
boys voluntarily act as the clean up committee
This year the boys were the hosts at the tourna
ment basketball games They also sponsor a dance
for the students We Build the motto of the
club is exactly what the members are doing
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
President Robert Beveridge
Secretary Walter Netoskie
Treasurer Thomas Armitage
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The Camera Club of Ken H1 owes much of
nts success to 1ts sponsor Mlss an t Mathlson
The purpose of the club xs to g1ve those students
who lcnow a little about photography a chance to
learn more The members make mlnlature pxc
tures for the senlors take a trip to the Buhl Plan
etarlum and several trxps ln the New Kensmgton
area to further thelr mterest and slclll ln photo
regular meetlngs on some phase of photography
The blg aim of the club at the present t1me IS to
acqulre a clarlc room somewhere xn the Rndge
President D3Vld Lang
Vice Presldent Davld Manley
Secretary oanne Fontame
Treasurer Marlan Bogany
Future Homemakers of America
Th Future Hom makers of Amerlca was ln
troclucecl lnto the JUHIOI' and semor hlgh schools
to promote a growxng appreclatlon of the joys
and satlsfactlons of homemalcmg SIHCC It IS an
integral part of the program of home economlcs
m the schools of Amerrca lt offers opportunlty
for the further development of pupil 1n1t1at1ve
1n planning and carrylng out act1v1t1es related to
organwed ln Ken H1 but for a new club lf IS very
actlve The members of the club malce coolcles
and candy and sell them 1n the front hall clurmg
the lunch perlocls They also hold many social
meetmgs and are plannlng a fash1on show ln the
Presldent Sylvia Llnlc
VICE President Vaughn Artman
Secretary Wlller Mae Moten
Treasurer Beverly Cooper
General Chalrman LOUISE Cnordano
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THE ATTENDANCE STAFF
The Attendance Staff is an honorary group
but it is not a social organization. The girls on
this staff devote one period every day to help-
ing in the dean's office. Their duties include
making up each day, from the section room lists,
an absentee sheet, and checking the attendance
slips that are made out every period. They also
keep track of those who have been excused and
consult the files to check schedule cards to see if
Jane White has gym the third period or whether
she should be in study hall. This group was rep-
resented at the Board of Activities banquet by
The Student Bank was organized for the pur-
pose of handling the various money accounts of
the school. Organizations, classes, section rooms,
students, and teachers are benefited by it. The
Bank Staff sells candy to secure funds for new
machines for the business machine class. Sup-
plies are sold to the students. The staff, com-
posed of commercial students chosen in their
junior year by Mr. Vorlage, are recommended by
their teachers. The staff consists of four tellers,
a checkwriter, a bookkeeper, a ledger clerk, two
auditors, cafeteria ticket sellers, and a messenger.
Mr. Vorlage teaches his staff to be exact and
efficient in handling the finances of our school
First Row M Mangone
Yenkalm F Hagym1s1
Reina M Phi ips
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Second Row Miss Boucher M
First Row T Mariao F Tam
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Second Row N McAfoose M
Sypenick Mentecky A
Klein P Stuck E ones Mr
LIBR ARY STAFF
C Conomos G Dunehue Miss
Ewmg E Taylor
Fxrst Row R S h e p a cl E
Eberbach A Zellermo F
Mooney W Bonattx Zll
Second Row L Lecocq J Wxl
lard M Smxth P Lojpers
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One of the most popular places 1n our school MIM n:Z
IS the lxbrary The lxbrary contams reference
books magazlnes and books for readlng enjoy
ment Everyone 1n Ken H1 IS entxtled to use the
hbrary any of the sxx perlods durmg the day as
long as he has a permnt from one of hrs subject
teachers The llbrary whxch IS located on the
chrrd floor contams about 5 000 books whlch are
arranged so that students w1ll be able to find
easlly the book they wlsh ASldC from the books
many students enjoy the plants 1n the w1ndow
garden Mlss Ewmg a capable lxbranan and three
student asslstants are nn charge of the lxbrary
carett IS CO C VC Z-In SCHIOI'
K are ele d the me ers They t e
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t as traffic mana T 12,391 v
jobs namely lceeplng orddgrly dur1ng
the changlng of classes assxstfig at HFC drllls
and conductlng sectlon room students to thelr
places when assemblies are held At the end of
thelr semor year each member YCCCIVCS a Mon
xtor s pm as an award for the duties he has per
formed during the year They also hold a dance
each year before Thanlcsgxvlng
Presldent Sherwin Bowser
Vlce Presldent Paul Lojpersberger
Secretary Robert Shepard
Treasurer Louis Lecocq
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First Row: C. Shank, P. Rossi
I. Bell M. Ofiesh A. Francis
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He1se C Ke1g'1n B Super
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ser P Murray Shaw M
Second Row R Berger E T m
bt1slc1 L Cart1san
N Stanl-co D M1lberger
Opasmslu Barsky A Ar
tsk1 L Cartxsan
Greenberg L N1em1ec L
Gxordano T Martno D
Re1fschne1der S M1ller
ensen D Ross1 Dunbar
Dunbar S Haddad I
Th1rd Row S Levme D Mar
c1n1ak Talter D Ve1tch
Stokowslu E Franlclm D
Yenlc'1l'1 M SYPEBHICR
Rummel Sharkms P M1
1 B o er
Szajna T Chmellnslcx B
Pope H Pyle E Toohey
K Arv1nctes C Barnxker
FIFSI Row R Buffcne C Walls
E Adams R Bevemdge W
Ebcrhardt E Eberbach L
CfO1SS1hI Nlr e ferson
Second Row D Seabury D
Paul G Rapp A Rapp R
11rd R w P DcDuc1
Phu IPS D B1shop
X LEADERS CLUB ASSEMBLY STAFF
L T e purpose of thls club IS to ass1st mtruc Few of us reallze the great amount of plan
tors m the department of phys1cal educat1on lhe
g1rls dut1es 1nclud1ng refereemg games 1n gym
classes checkmg gym CQUIPITXCIII checlcmg locker
rooms and ass1st1ng 1n many other ways The
club also helps to develop and promote general
leadersh1p and good sportsmansh1p throughout
the school The membershlp IS made up of Jun1or
and sen1or g1rls who have average grades and are
1nterested 1n athletlcs Also to be el1g1ble for
membersh1p g1rls must show d1st1nct qual1t1es of
leadersh1p mcludmg dependablhty 1n1t1at1ve
sourcefulness w1ll1ngness and good sportsman
sh1p Tournaments and supper dances add to the
mterest of the club Mtss Rose Mar1e Pascaretta
IS the enthus1ast1c sponsor of the club
Presldent Nancy Noble
Vtce President Margaret Mangone
Secretary Martha Sypemclc
n1ng and organ1zat1on whlch go 1nto our v1sual
edt1cat1on program whlch IS carrled on by Mr
efferson and hls Assembly Staff Near the close
of the school year teachers 1n var1ous subject flelds
are g1ven an opportun1ty to choose Hlms whlch
w1ll be helpful 1n malcmg the1r classes more 1nter
est1ng A deflmte schedule must be worked out
for the films and also for the boys who show the
films The Staff also takes care of stage proper
t1es and flood l1ghts The Staff whlch has a
membersh1p of twenty five to th1rty boys IS an
other of Ken H1 s SCFVICS organ1zat1ons
Pres1dent Walter Netoslcl
VICE Presldent Ronald Del Duca
Secretary Ralph Carrop
Treasurer Edward Eberbach
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The Dxstrtbutlve Educatlon Club whlch IS
composed of members of the D E course IS
sponsored by Mr Pfelffer The members of
this club have classes xn the mornlng and worlc
m the downtown stores each afternoon They have
a busm ss meetlng once a month and a few social
get togethers An Important event was a trlp to
Plttsburgh to observe behind the scene act1v1
t1es of a large department store The purpose of
the D E Club IS to develop competent aggres
sive business leadershlp to strengthen the conh
dence of young men and women 1n themselves
and thelr work and to create more mterest and
understandlng m the lntelllgent cholce of busmess
President Robert Smtrh
Vice President Thomas Armitage
Secretary Shirley I-laser
Treasurer o Ann Bennett
Ftrst Row A Salego D Bar
lcr D Betler Nl A m
eres A Bartsch L Hartman
C1 Warren H Benolt V
Second Row P Yost R A
Schaller L D1v1 E Chest
nut S Haser Bennett S
Filth Mr Pfelffer
Thtrd Row Nl Bl1ndford A
Brxscoe -I Adams
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Spence P lVlurr1y D Nlor
ht R Flemmg N lVl1rmo
emi G 'tn
Nlchols S Pugsley C Spill
ers Kersten P lmxclc D
Gilbo V Srolci
tcon Row B Voyten H
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T Chmelxnslcl F Bizylc G
Demm1 T Pcwastr N Nlc
Atoose D Brown N Pivin
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Knmczyl-c D lxfllrcmmk E
T1mburo E en C1
Thtrd Row K Arvinetts E
S1nder D Yenlvlla Yan
s 1 S Hartge C an
shak P Maleckx J Edgar
Ry'1n D Grtffxths
Opasmslcl M Sypenlclc P
C'1shell P Stuck lNlr Nlelg
The Commercial Club lb composed of senlor
students who talxe the Commerclal Course Dur
mg the year they held one of the most popular
dances The Rag Dance flrst of 1ts lclnd ever
held ln Ken H1 Representatlves from the busl
ness world were mvlted to talk before the group
about the state of busxness condmons 1n the
world today During the year a v1s1t by all com
merc1al students was made to the Alumlnum Com
pany They held two monthly meetlngs one a
soclal and the other a busmess meeting They con
trlbut d twenty five cents a month for the beneflt
of the club As a hnal actxvlty at the end of the
year they held a dlnner for all members Mr
Mexghen IS the sponsor of the Commercial Club
At the end of the school term the semors elected
COIHlU6I'Cl21l Junlors who wlll represent the club
President Patrlcla Maleclcx
Vice Presldent Bernadme Voyten
Secretary Martha Sypenlclc
Treasurer ean Yanshalc
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Under the very capable sponsorship of Mrs
Al1ce C Klxnke the Dramatlc Club IS one of the
most actlve orgamzatlons ln the school As 1ts
annual play the club presented A Young Man s
Fancy a hllarlous three act comedy whxch toolc
place 1n a progresslve co ed summer camp At
the1r monthly meet1ngs the entertarnment IS pro
Vlded by the members themselves IH the form of
var1ous small plays or sluts The goal of each
member IS to earn seventy po1nts 1n order that he
may recelve a DFHIHACIC Club p1n
Presldent Larry Bloom
Vxce Presldent Rlchard Walter
Secretary Judy Wllber
Treasurer Beverly Russell
JUNIOR TOWN MEETING
The Junlor Town Meet1ng sponsored by
MISS Armstrong of the Fourth Avenue unxor
H1gh IS composed of sophomore junlor and
senxor members thls year The seniors members
outnumber all other members The club had
very actxve year In addltlon to two radxo pro
grams groups of members presented several panel
dlscussrons on such subjects as The Four POIDI
Plan Is the I-I1gh School Pupll Too Soclal
M1nded These d1scuss1ons were presented before
several outsrde groups as well as the C1v1c Club
of Fourth Avenue un1or Hlgh The outslde
groups were the KIWHDIS Club Young Adults of
Parnassus Presbyterxan Church and the Young
udeans The club has produced some eloquent
Presldent Sarah Bruno
VlC6 Presxdent George Zxlllac
Secretary Bernlce Ireland
Elrst Row P ROSSI P Benedlct
1 n d D Smlt
A Chnlton M Black S Mxl
ler M Phxllps M Mangone
Second Row B Pope C De
vxne B Johnson B Russell
Talter C Fackxner R
Taylor Wxlber A Opas
lnslcn B Re1ter C Barmker
Thlrd Row S Galzerano E
Adams L Bloom R Eglx -X
Kress G Hoskms T Zale
slcl R S1ncl11r G Micshane
F Adams D Walter
JUNIOR TOXVN MEETING
Fxrsr Row G Boyd R Howard
Sm1th E Aless o
Thornton A Brshop
Starr L Adamsky S Bruno
Second Row F Adams G
Macshane L Folpe G Zrl
IC gr J Zllllac
Bloom E Eberbach
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The Choir IS one of the most outstanding and
exclusive organizations of Ken H1 Ir is com
prlsed of about II5 students lVlembers are se
lected through exacting voice tests of range qual
:ty and ear tramlng The Cholr gxves concerts at
Chrlstmas time m the sprlng and occaslonally at
other schools Thus year representatives of the
Cholr are going to a festival at which a Fred
Xvarlng staff muslclan will dlrect the choxr lVlem
bers of the Choir attended the County Chorus at
Greensburg where I ouls Pfeiffer dnd so well that
he was chosen to represent the county as well
as Ken H1 at Ellwoocl Clty on February 7 8 9 10
Presxdent Rlchard Walter
Secretary Nancy Noble
Lxbrarxans Frances Merlnna Domenxc Galll
This newly formed group of seventy glrls
from the sophomore junior and senior classes
is under the able dlrectlon of Mrs Betty o Ware
ham Thls group was organxaed to glve an op
portunnty for further tra mng and chorus work
Girls Chorus rehearses every Wednesday morning
at elght o cloclt In Room 708 Ar the Chrxstmas
program in the gym rh Girls Chorus presented
several excellent selcctlons ln four part harmony
On several occa 1ons this group has sung for the
high school radio programs Along with the
Band Qenlor Cholr and the Crchestra they will
partlclpate ln the Sprmg Festlval This group also
functxons effmclently under the student govern
Preslclent Ratrlcla Rossi
S cretary anet Myers
L1brar1ans Betty johnson Fllen Lee Toohey
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ThlS year our Band 15 the largest rn the hlstory of Ken H1 Approxlmately 90
Band members spent a week of rxgxd tramlng and recreation at the New Kensington
Boosters Club at Sallsbury Pennsylvania under the able leadershlp of Mr Olxver
After learning new drllls they anfcxously waltecl to perform at both home and
away football games In the Sprmg and Fall they spent much time clrllhng at the
stadlum and on Woodxxmont Avenue Thxs year they had the prlvllege of enter
taining Governor Duff when hxs tram stopped brlefly at New Kensmgton during
Pennsylvania Week 'md appeared agam on t6l8Y15lOI1 They also played for pep ral
lles assemblles home basketball games and marched ln numerous parades They
practlced a full perxod every day preparmg for the D1spatch Band Festlval Alle
gheny Band Festlval and the Sprmg Festxval wlth Cholr and Orchestra This year
three representat1ves Guy Wright Donald Boyer and Lowell Zadal were sent to the
All Dlstrlct Band at M1llvale Among the last actlvmes that the Band partlcnpated
m were Class Day Baccalaureate and Commencement Every senlor that had been
actxve ln the Band for two years recelved a beautlful heavy whlte sweater
Presxdent W1ll1a111 Bonattx
Secretary Rlchard Walter
Llbrarxan Guv Wright
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The hlgh steppmg majorette corps have completed thelr fifth year of enter
talnlng the fans at football and basketball games Other SCKIVIIICS whlch the girls
partlclpate ln are The Dispatch Festlval The FIVC Band Concerts and also several
joyable week at the New Kensington Booster Band Camp ln Salusbury Pennsylva
ma At camp they learn new twlrhng marchmg and dancing routlnes In splte of
the work whlch IS done there IS also time for play The corps consxsts of thxrty sux
glrls with five asslstant head majorettes and one head majorette During the football
season when the majorettes are the most actlve the organlzatlon IS run lllte the
Band and Choxr wlth check marks being glven for tallcmg 1n lme and helng late
for practice The unlforms of the corps are snmple one plece red corduroy whlle
three new white unxforms were added this year for the head majorettes The
senlor majorettes who are graduatmg thls year are Nancy Brandt head majorette
n Pyle and Pat Murray asslstant head majorettes Rlta Olivo Andrea Renee
'mi Marnese Xvatlqns
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parades throughout the year. The majorettes, along with the Ba7nd, spend an en-
The K n H1 Dance Pand xs a well known or
ganlzatlon at Ken H1 These IHUSICIHHS play for
the school dances and for some outside engage
ments Under the cllrectlon of ohn Stevens mu
slcal director at Fourth Avenue the band prac
tlces hard each week to make their muslc good
Their student dlrector I5 Richard Walter who ably
directs the group ln the absence of Mr Stevens
Semors ln the band are Richard Walter George
Rapp Judy Wllber Lowell Zadal and Louxs
Presldent Rlchard Walter
Vlce President Louis Pfelffer
Llbrarlan August Caputo
Fxrst Row D Boyer G Brown
L Zadar Wxlber R Car
rop F Como N Noble G
Second Row R Walter A C1
puto L Pfeiffer Good
bread F Mooney Arm:
Flrst Row M A Paletta C
Kengan I Harchuck B Pope
B Renter Dunbar Dun
bar E Croxssant N Van
Dervort N Stanlco Wrob
leslcl B Supert V Stlclcley
Second Row W Bonattl Zll
c P Nemy R Paul
Devme A Bnshop A Thorn
ton Rummel F Resh S
Purks Mr Walter
D Rupert W Fxnk B Ma
txslco G Macshane W Mal
lm R Revay F Mooney
Fourth Row F Brasfleld R
Smclanr L Lecocq Holt
XVlll'1rd R Goodbre1d R
The SCIENCE Club was newly organized thxs
year under the sponsorshlp of Mr Walter and
lxlr Apel The club has b en organized to assist
1ts members In learning scnence and IS open to
Jumors and senxors havmg a B average ln science
courses and having an mterest ln sclentlflc work
In the future the group hopes to become one of
the most actxve clubs ln the school TYIPS to the
Buhl Planetarlum the observatory and other
places of SCICHIIFIC 1nterest are among the lxst of
poss1ble actlvxtles Experxments are planned and
presented by the group at regular meetmgs This
club has proved qulte successful
Presldent Wlllxam Bonattx
VICC Presldent Louls Lecocq
Secretary Fred Mooney
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Trade school boys learn house wrrmg Bull Cooper pomts to the farlure lnst
rn the elecrrnc shop on Stevenson Boule as others look on anxrously
SCl.1dCDtS 2lnXlOL1Sly awalf the at
the close of the lLll'1Cl'l hour
Mrs Gleba writes out her reports for FIVE solld geometry students worlc
the nurses thexr problems on the board
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A typical Ken H1 pep rally in the gym
As usual Ken Hi fielded a variety of athletic teams. From September through
May the fields and gymnasium of the school were filled with boys eager to earn
their letters and teams anxious to make a good showing. Some did well, and some
didn't do quite so well. Nevertheless, the teams all brought only honor and glory
Fortson checks ln equlpment
from Wagner and T0bl3S
to ken H1' And the flery compet1t1ve sp1r1t w1th wh1ch the games were played dxd
much to bulld the m1nds and bod1es of the boys who part1c1pated 1n them Not
only the boys part1c1pat1ng but the ent1re student body beneflted from the athlet1c
program at Ken H1 The athlet1c contests of all types furmshed wholesome recre
at1on for the student body and created much school Splflt Athletlcs keep a school
al1ve to the students teachers, and outslders alllce Loyalty to the Alma Mater IS
one of the chlef by product of athletlcs Another phase of athlet1cs IS the coach
1ng department Ken H1 IS fortunate nn havmg a very capable group of coaches
and faculty advlsors Another essent1al segment of the athletlc program IS the
staff of student managers These boys glVC much t1me and effort to lc ep the
numerous teams well equlpped w1thout wh1ch the athlet1c program could not eust
Athletxcs at Ken H1 IS made poss1ble by the comb1ned efforts of the boys coaches
student body and managers who 1n turn YCCCIVC the rewards and S3flSf3ClIlOl'l of part1
Clpatlng 1n the sports program
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The dlrector of Athletics at Ken H1 xs Mr
Glock H15 great knowledge of sports and fine
directive 3b1l1tlCS have had much to do wlth the
constantly lmprovmg athletic program at Ken
H He IS also responslble for the well balanced
schedules for the athletic teams
His IS a job of much work and little pralse Among
his many duties he balances the books and keeps
the School Board lnformed of the financial status
of the Athletlc Department
Mr Pfe1ffer has the very lmportant and te
dnous job of selllng tnckets for all Ken H1 games
He does h1s task very effxclently and effectlvely
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The 1950 51 fheerleaders squad was made up of three seniors and two junlors
anet Myers Nancy Noble Margaret Mangone Beverly Pope and Louise G1or
dano Try outs are announced near the end of each school year and el1mmat1ons
are held to declde the new members each year At the end of the year each Cheer
leader IS awarded a large K These glrls deserve the support and admxratxon of
the entlre student body for their peppy cheerlng at both pep rallles and all the
games at home and away Each summer they spend a week wxth the Band at the
Boosters Camp at Cahsbury where they spend many long hours of hard practice
composmg new che rs and learnmo to cheer ID unison Each cheerleader dressed xn
her snappy red slurt and w h1te sweater must be able to transfer her pep and enthu
slasm to the crowd Each year they are guests at the banquets gn en by the School
Board for the basketball and football teams The Cheerleaders are under the
sponsorsh1p of Miss Pascaretta
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ball coachmg and clrxvmg mtructor
Mr Fletcher IS the head football coach at Ken H1 HIS reputauon as a coach
IS state wlcle and he has the aclm1rat1on of the ent1re school Mr Fletcher always
recexves the respect and the best efforts of h1s players
Mr Dunn IS head baseball coach and h1s ab1l1ty for molclmg w1nn1ng teams
has earned h1m the n1ckname of Mr Baseball throughout the commun1ty Mr
Dunn IS also one of Mr Fletcher s ass1stant football coaches and ba ketball coach
Mr Jefferson IS Ken s HIS Equ1pment Manager All the flnely outfitted Ken
H1 teams bear WIIHCSS to the excellent job he cloes
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL COACH
Mr Veltch has the job of developmg future players for the VBFSIIY ln hlS cap
RCIKY as junlor varslty coach A former star h1mself he has always chschargecl h1S
dutles 1n a line manner
TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY COACH
Mr Chegw1dden 15 Ken HIS very able track and cross country coach M
Chegwldden a former track star hlmself has the double job of coachlng and
creat1ng mterest 1n these two rather new sports at Ken H1 However he IS clomg
both of these tasks very well
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Second Row F Whalen F Bosuskl R DelDuca F Brasheld R Blakely R Murray E Zelle
rmo R Graham L Hooper R Morgan R Smlth B Wrobleskl
Third Row S Kraft E Flelds E Burgley K Sloslcy F Lubreslcy R Nery F Toblas L Sed
hcelc Kolakowskx F Davld W Venter S Carnabuccl R Long
The varslty football squad m1nus many regulars from the year before held
up the traditionally hugh standards of football at Ken H1 Agamst a very tough
schedule the Red Ralders sollt even wlth four wms four defeats and one t1e
Much crecht should be gwen the coaches Mr Fletcher Mr Dunn and Mr Sloslcy
who worked long and hard wnth the team Also the boys themselves deserve
PFHISC for thelr tlreless efforts and hlgh standards of sportsmanshlp The team
reached nts peak when nt elxmmated a powerful Greensburg eleven from the un
defeated ranks m the Class AA competxtlon
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Slosky dxsplayed fine trammg and true sports
manslup ln the 1950 1951 season After fThlSl1lflg
m tlurd place ln Sectxon I competltlon the team
went on to wm the Allegheny K1SlCl Valley Baslcet
ball tournament Wl'l1CT'l was held at Ken I-I1 The
thrxlls of the season were many and school spirit
ran very hxglu during the entxre season The
senxors on the team Brasfleld Probel Bowser
Ruclcs and Lojpersberger w1ll be mlssed come
First Row: T. Broffman F.
Brasfneld H. Ruclcs R, Long
L. Snair R. Magee A. Rapp
econd Row: M. Cipollone S.
Bowser I: Probel P Lojpers
berger E Fields Mr Sloslcy
Fxrst Row F Melville H Glee
Lausberg T Sydorxclc
Germamc R Morgan
Como F Salvatore
Second Row C Fortson
o 11 n s o n C Tyburslcx
Davxs L Sedlacelc Sham
K Renter Mr Vertch
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The jayvee squad furmshed an added attrac
tlon by presenting well played games dxrectly be
fore the VHFSIIY games Coached by Mr VCIICTI
they won a lugh percentage of t1'1e1r games whlle
fulfxllmg tlwelr mam purpose of developing talent
for the varslty
Basketball at Ken I-I1 was fast clean and ex
clung gammg the support and xnterest of the
student body and many adults
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ALLEGHEN Y KISKI VALLEY
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Ken H1 Swissvale
Ken Hi Penn High
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First Row Mr Dunn F Ross W Swlder N Febbmro D Cowen Perottx Davxs H Mc
Mullen S Lauff
Second Row R Armstrong R Frye R DelDuca R Hall A Klem P Lojpersberger Kola
lcowslcl R Beveridge H H111
Thxrd Row C Wagner D Cra1g T Armitage Zubelc W Pellsarl R Falth G Txmmms
P Petrosky Bazylc L Sn'11r F GlOV3Dn9lll
Ken HIS baseball team coached by Mr Dunn of Parnassus unlor High
School had a good season FlnlSl.'1lI'lg thlrd m the sectlonal race the team de
veloped much talent whlch should prove very helpful m the coming 1951 campaign
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Tllmans C Thaxton Greco Hollls
Second Row G Buckley W ohnson R Cable Whann R Bullet A Fortson R Frye
F Mooney W Leasure C Fortson S Cardenas
Third Row G Hoskln G Henderson C Taylor W Bowman T Shaffer R Zaleskx
M1lsom T Renter W Funk K Slosky L Adams Mr Chegwlddea
Flrst Row D Allen K Edwards F Krueger L Hollls C Taylor L Lecocq L Polczynskx
Second Row B Berkey Clowes C Bash E Cleslmskl C Flynn W Eberhardt L Folpe
H Laverty B Carson
Third Row Mr Chegwldden R Rowley D Kearley C Ferguscn Grcco F Mooney
TRACK 1 9 50
The 1950 track team coached by Mr Cheg
wldden, partlclpated ln seven track meets two of
whxch were evens over eannette and Butler the
County Meet and the W P I A L Meet The
boys and the coach deserve pralse for thexr hard
work and ceaseless det rmmanon
The Ken H1 cross country team coached by
Mr Chegwldden spht even m the 1950 sea on
with four wms and four defeats Smce ch re has
been a cross country team at Ken H1 for only four
years thelr record was very fine
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CVEI' tl'1C boys FCCCIVCC1 gfeat bCl'lCf:ltS fI'OITl the game and the SPOIT gained 111 POFJU
lar1ty throughout the school The boys and the coach deserve much PFHISC for the1r
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untll students are seated so they can start
the movxe projector
Eatmg lunch 1n the cafet r1a always
provzcles a welcome relxef from the day s
Students are hard at work ln 401
Dlck Abraham Walt Netoslcle Don
Rupert, ancl Bob Smlth seem to enjoy
In IDUSII1 SS lT13Cl'l1I1C PFHCUCC SCHIOI'
g11'lS learn l1OW to 0P"I'Z-IIE the VHFIOUS U13
The SIHIFWBYS afe always CI'OWdCCl HS
SU.ldCl'ltS l'lLlI'I'y to their classes
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T0 Wllllll AT MURPHY
My name ls Betty and I have a story which I
thlnk wlll mterest many of you Its about my ex
perlence m the retallmg field Believe me Varlety
Store busmess IS fast movmg and interestlng Each
counter IS a store m itself
Here at Murphys one learns retalllng from the
oottom up' I started out as an extra salesglrl workmg
every day after school When I was graduated I was
fortunate to be placed ln charge of a counter I never knew how really
Interestlng thls work could be it s just hke havmg a shop of my own
Im growmg here taklng more responslblllty as I go Theres stlll
more room for advancement I can work myself lnto a pos1t1on of
merchandlse buyer sectlon supervlsor or bookkeeper ln the 0fflCe Soon
I hope to be selected to traln for the job of Personnel Dxrectress ln a large
new Murphy Store
All of us at Murphy s have an equal chance to better ourselves From
what I can see Murphys IS tops m trammg and there isnt a store
in town to beat Murphy s on Emplovee benefits'
If you re ambmous to make a. go oi Letalhng 10111 the Gang at
lluzphy s soon as you can.
G C M RPHI UUMPAY
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"Famous for Low Prices
THIS BOOK IS BOUND
New Kensington, Pa.
EAR E ER
PLAN YOUR FUTURE
Take tllne' to tram for permftnc-nt
employment There IS no short cut to
156 lVIcCargo St N K 434
961 Fnfrh Avenue
A Flt for Every Foot
A Style for Every 'I1ste
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Best Wishes Compliments of
UNION SPRING l
AND MFG CO
849 Fifth Avenue
New Kensington Pa
FERGUSON AUTO GLASS SERVICE
REPLACEMENTS FOR ALL MAKES CARS AND TRUCKS
731 Church St Phone 1357 New Kensington
Compllments of Compllmems of
G LD C E T DAIRY
Glock s Sportlng Goods Co O Leedfiui Road
706 F1fth Ave Phone 3241 Telephone 3738
MYERS FURNITURE co T1"ffYOn Yew of
Dependable Shoe Service
838 Flfrh Avenue
839 Fifth Avenue
New Kensmgton P New Kensmgton 11
TRESS PRINTING SERVICE
Booklets Publxcatlons Fold rs ob Prmtlng Unlon Prmters
Constxtutxon Blvd Phone 1696
GRADYS BAKERY A A f M
GradyS Bake Llke Mother M Mfr W'q"""'
Used to Make
421 oth Sf 1675 7th Street Z MM EY A
New Ken 9095 New Kensington Pa los rn-'rn nexus um Krxslvrrcn
H A KLINGENSMITH 84 SONS
Hardware and Sportxng Goods
917 Flfth Avenue New Kensmgton P
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COMMFRCIAL ci BOOK PRINTING
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In School and College Yearbooks
The Fmest 1n Engravmgs
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uallty Dairy Products
YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE
Call 666 For Home Service
379 Slxth Avenue
HAMILTON 86 ALTER
Gram Feed Flour
776 Maln Street Phone 67
New Kensington Pa
New Kenslngton Typewrlter Co
G1ffS Greetmg Cards
Typewrxters and Offxce Supplies
931 Elfth Ave Phone 1665
Interlor Decoratlons for Every Home
Corner 4th Ave at 10th St
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Better Values in Smarter Fashions
Exe usxve wxt us
964 4th Avenue
New Kenslngton P
LARRY S AUTO REPAIR
506 Eighth Street Phone 711
New Kensmgton Pa
YELLOW CAB CO
New Kensmgton Pa
Outfitters for Men and Bovs
950 Flfth Avenue
EMROSE DRUG STORE
Tel 7637 818 Elfth Ave
New Kensmgton Pa
For Better Mens Wear
Phone 170 946 Elfth Ave
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1951
For uallty Cleanmg Try
IDEAL CLEANING COMPANY
A Neat Appearance nsa Good Investment
1151 Taylor Ave Phone 5377
Eazer Confectionery Store
Corn r Seventh St 86 Flfrh Ave
LAMENDOLA S MARKET
Frult and Produce
Shepard Bu11c11ng Phone 22
SHEPARD 86 COMPANY
Real Estate Mortgages
Since 1892 New Kensmgton Pa
804 Fourth Avenue Meet Crown Wear D131h0ndS
Charter Bus Service to Any Place at Any Txme
Telephone 222 Lucy P1ewa Mgr
WAINWRIGHT S INC
Dresses Hoslery Curtams
936 Fourth Avenue
New Kensxngton Pa
JESS TAUB JEWELER
940 5th Avenue
New Kensmgton Pa
TURNER BOOK STORE
919 Fnfrh Avenue
New Kenslngton P
Ladles Ready to Wear
975 Fourth Avenue
New Kensington P
Smart Styles for Less
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IN IDU l'llI KL UN l0N
WE CONGRATULATF YOU
TI-IE FUTURE CITI7ENS OF AMERICA
MAY YOU GO ON TO
BIGGER AND BETTER ACHIEVEMENTS
Pre td t Ted Settle e H1 y Y
VC Prsdent Frd M tthc ad M e Y
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Local No 307
W N Rupp Fresldent
Wm ohnson Vice Preslclent
W S Conley r Secretar
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Walter Nllsczalc Treasurer
C H Wolfe Guxde
Leroy I-Iarkms Tnslde Guard
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olfm Roffol Trustee
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P F Belglwley Trustee
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Se ear , John , Hascr Trustee, John F ln
Financial Secretary, . H. Jansen Trustee, Theodore Vt l
Trustee, Leona '. ir
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Its the Fashxon Fxrst Store
or uallty Fashlons and Accessorles
B L O S E R S
OFFICIAL JEWELERS TO KEN HIGH
960 Fourth Avenue
Gerlach Poultry Market
GEORGE BROTHERS 86 CO
The Cut Up Poultry Market
FLOWERS Chickens Turkeys Farm Fresh Eggs
Wh le le or Renal
Next Door tO Liberty Theater Op n Thursday Fr clay and Saturday
864 4th Aye New Kensmgton 2742
Compllmems Of DIAMOND TRANSFER
Autenrelth s Dollar Store AND STORAGE COMPANY
924 Fourth Ave New Kensington 1004 Stanton Ave New Kensmgton
Dodge Plymouth Dealers
New Kenslngton at the Bridge
Oalcmont 609 Allegheny Avenue Tarentum 412 Ross Street
Compliments of S
E R HAYES APPLIANCES Han SfU1P'Ufmg
Exclusxve Methods Patented
847 Fourth Ave Phone 4580 Room 205 207 F1rstNatlonal Bldg
New Kensington P Phone 4612 New Kensmgton Pa
QUALITY SHOES FOR sz YEARS
908 Fifth Avenue
New Kensmgtons Largest Shoe Store
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KENNY S TOG SHOP
917 Fourth Avenue
1V1us1ca1 Instruments and Supplies
Musxc ind Art Center
Dlspensers of Happmess
New Kenswngton Art Glass
86 Mirror Works
t d es
Phone 791 Cor Stanton 86 Walnut
M J STEINER
Say It Wlth I-lowers
874 Fxfth Ave Phone 70 3550
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T ty th e Years
W R GOTT
New Kensmgton Pa
HAROLD L WALLEY
Insurance Real Estate
205 6 Broad Bldg
UNITED CLEANING CO
419 Tenth Street Phone
Certlhed Oclorless Dry Cleaning
E J Murtha
WM C LEASURE
tSucces o to G 1ney 66 W I1 yl
755 Fxfrh Ave New Kensington Pa
Flre Auto General Insurance
Phone 590 or 1377
JEROME MOTOR CO
NU KEN CANDY 86 CIGAR CO
CANDIES AND CANDY NOVELTIES FOR EVERY SEASON
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J. B. Pie-mme, Prop. . .
Ar Glass, Mirrors, Bevelmg, an R ilvcring
Plate and Xvindow Glass
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Menmory Lane Flower Shop
704 Flfrh Avenue
New Kensmgton P1
May the C1ass of 1951 Have
Success rn A11 Their Efforts
GLENN BUICK CO
710 nth Avenue
New Kensmgton Pa
Sllverman s Drug Store
Ma n and Fourth Streets
New K nsrngton Pa
STORM S HOSIERY SHOP
FOR GIFT ITEMS
I-Ioslery Gloves Purses
Costume ewelry Handkerchxefs
Llngerle Pajamas Umhre11as
945 Frfth Avenue
New Kenslngton Pa
977 Flfth Avenue
Comphments of Comphments of
SCOTTS BAKERY LEVITT BROS
777 North Avenue
N K P Dep ndah1e Furnlture Since 1906
CW 6I'lSlI1gfOI1 3
Phone 3755 N w Kenslngton Vandergrlft
CLOVER FARM STORES SYKES TIRE SERVICE
We Specmlxze xn Meats
And Fresh Vegeta1:a1es
A1so Bnrds Eve Frozen Foods
I S Patl 86 Sons, Tallors
Lidtes and Gent1emen
Cleinlng Altering und Presslng
Thlrd Avenue Phone 4539
7th St and 6th Ave
New Kensington Pa
Pollack Furniture 86
t Ave at llth St Phone 1854
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825 Flfrh Avenue
New Kensmgton P
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ANGEI and CERVONE
Ladies and Gents Tallors
740 Elfth Ave New Kenslngton Pa
lOut of the W1y Less t Pay1
515 Valley St Phone 2049 J
DORICH S MARKET
930 Seventh St Phone 1360
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
Call New Kensmgton 963 964
Phone 3216 Edward Adams
REEL flm Servzce
Photostats Photos Recordlngs
MOVIES TAKEN AND SHOWN
Weddxngs a Speclalty
719 Fourth Avenue
ROBSON S BAKERY
411 Freeport St Phone 6148
LUNIBI' ll I 01VIl'ANY
LUMBER STORE OF T1-IE VALLEY
New Kenslngton P
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