North Catholic High School - Trojan Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1946

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ZX Dfw Zlvwv 914, A STGNAL' THEN A BUSTLTNG PATTER AND THE SENTORS SCURRY OEF TO DON THETR CAPS AND GOWNS STEALTHTLY THERE THEY ARE THE SHEEP PEEK SKTNS' YES THTS TS TT' THEY RE CONNITNCED TN ONE HOUR WELL BE GRADUATES OE OL NORTH TN JUST ONE HOUR OUR HTGH SCHOOL LTEE WTLL BE OVER EACH MAN TS TENSE NERXIOUS EACH MTND TEEMS WTTH TNDELKBLE OMEBODY S FTNGERTNG THE S THE M PTANO A TUNE TRX ROOM ENRAPTURES EACH TROJANS LOYAL HEART VOTCES BLEND EOR SURE TT TS THE EXPRESSXON OE WHATS EN H SOUL GRAVEN TN EAC FOREVER TRUE N TH SCH EMORTESf"S ' ." f CKLES ACROS II 0 R c A T H 0 L I c H I G P I 1' H P . fY'l-'11 fff V, ,.-- f ,Af- I I 1- '- VV win' IM -Fqamaufwj Qu, X I XI IM' ' A X f dufb X I , U ,K 1 I 66,17 CQ? if I , fi? fX SUI EDITORS NORBERT C. MARANOWSKI EDWARD W. PRESKAR ASSOCIATE EDITOR RICHARD 1. GARTNER LAYOUT ARTISTS PAUL cANNoN RAYMOND I. 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I"?B"Ki-4 A14 , K - I" -4-,si 3,,sf" 1- , 'A ,Lf 'ff f,M'A--5' - gik.Xw4i"g'3nf-,Ks -U 1X -, V' 1-" P' .'w-, ' , , LjgfixX?x' iv ,iii ,Ag -I . , '-. x'x:g.If1 f , x k. -N h .. , V , , , , .1 ., . ' Q f- 1 . .2 1 Q , xg Q. . X 4 wx. Q Q , p- . . ig , .s 4 6. 1ui,:X' QQ' l H .1-ww 5 ' rig ii ll? li ll? ll Q A ll ml IVING idealistically . . .devoting himself unselfishly to youth's interests . . . yielding confidently to their high aspirations applaudlng their spiritual scholastic and physical triumphs demonstrating keen ability to give constant service and sound direction in a word forever true our principal has won a niche in North Catholics hall of fame With deep pride and sincere admiration we the Graduating Class of 1946 dedicate this fourth volume of the Trolan to gfofzier Jwelog, J panzer 3 W Eff I ' U 0 I . - . . s . . 0 I Q u . . . . Q Q 0 . ' ' ' ll ll . . . . . . u n Q Q o I . U I C I I Q 1 I I . . o 7 s 1 - - f-O f,.f7",f fy, 'ff , L, ., Xl -ug zf,. if 'fi P'- 'J- - ,QW f 11,1-. '11-Vs '51, if f -V, o P-, -nl' 7 '52-3 .af .Abi K' ' gnu, ,U,,. E BROTHER JOSEPH J. PANZER, S.M SIDENT OF NORTH CATHOLIC BISHOP OF PITTSBURGH HUGH C. BOYLE f, K l if, l l E1 , My 1 , J ff ll xt - y 15, 'gif MOST REVEREND HUGH C. BOYLE B3 Ll.. 553 LT' 0 GH I3 fl DREAM come true . . . the realization of a hope maternal: cd tlnat s the story of the school on the hull North Catholnc Hugh An lnsplrung structure an nmpressuve edltuce whose whlte stones symbollzes the punty couched n Catholnc deals :deals pregnant wnth all that wall keep Jne forever true But dreams are personal thnngs and reallzatnons are the actualltnes of the human antellngence that plans them And so llorth Catholuc stands as a Iuvung monument nn majestlc stone to the Most Reverend Bnshop of the Duocese of Puttsburgh Vlfnthun these walls hallowed and dear we learned the prnnclples of loyalty to C-od and the Stars and Strnpes a precnous hentage that causes gratntude to well up an our hearts Yet ln addltnon there as a d bt of hanks we owe to the prelate under whose guldance they were Con structed l-las Excellency the Most Reverend Hugh C Boyle D D Bishop of Pittsburgh ' fza , , , . ' . E . . . V . . . .. H f ' ' . V . . . . I I ' ' S T v 1 ' - ,gil-:Tilt 'f K 2 Xxx l7'?f:"'l.rgii ? . I 'N' -E , . . ,-Bu inf. . --A. 471.4 5::'1':z,!, 4,51 ' 195, A ,. me . , 5' . . , ."4,PfQ-' -' -:r l'. at Lg. 'V' 'T rr :en t l Q' l -ff FUD? 1 A -'. V.' 'N ,QE 9,339 "LT J' LT ca Y ' fWW ALLOWED walls enshrmlng a teaching of fldeluty to God and flag where lessons to uphold honor and fame are taught walls recalllng the Immortal splendor of the Truth --My " M i Zin A ! ,,Y ,, kwcfw, , hx l 1 E, . 2 f . :Ak F' il V ,1 5 1 . 2 . gg . , 51 r .I . I 7' ' A E XL 5 3' Q . . . . . 0 . 0 . - . 1 NORT MGR TH CA THOLIQ HOL . , fy g-fgqffqv, HIGH AN evang I I p t in all h truth . . . stones re-echo a theme of loyalty-the Trojan spirit. Jie xW 1 fi' I 1 . U LL . 53-2 ' in fl W4 . j I I ax fl , I x f 'Z' Q , 5 A mf H ja 3 f w if H ' 31 vll ." M i ll: :ZLL l W -- ini, J, i A - , ig N X Ze 1 M . A ,M ,-V' ' fr ,. , ff? "f""' . 92 QR ,i"' i h"' . ..--- 0, fm xx X K wb -ff? ,:. ill" Fl 'cl , ' 11 3 J 1 - . ' . 1 . - E 4 ' --ui-. ,, 4 s "" ' ,Q Y -. . ff ,M Tl, X X OP u PH o L1r212a1 FEPFMQE Arr Even amen ro f esoun d me theme me first men of our school life were strategists all . . . their careful planning mapped out a course of scholastic achievement. NQUESTIONABLY a well rounded scholastic achievement touching upon a full education . . . moral uprightness, mental acumen, cultural grace and physical fitness. Milf' wwf W f -t--l will WMU Z M,44WJ l,,iw"'f" ATA" "1 v,+ 595Wi93kM',,?f wwf ' fimxwiibdmwww , ffl9Aiiv9m': f' , V ,,,, i I gluf, my wqxqm., , gm, Wy wg.- nu.. ' fwffkx Q xx,- ialqg, 'ifhwuzv-m "f'44'dsune,. Wnlsnawwm 'Dillon-w WV169-4w'f Q rwumumpfw- w,,w,4m,w 'www , , Mfmmf-mf' Af"09!.W9'a- M fiung.ff.,fm,, W ,. M , W, ' Aj' V , 1 v www x ff Afjfgfg 2 , 732 !' L . A V .677 ' 91 if i l ' 'M was v' ' f .. ,, ,L-. 1, 13,1 'fa J :SEQ jf 32 ,Lf :if 33' Qyiiih. 5. .,,-,fgthglilflf '-M ' fi f wywgiw- , , wikfwx 2 Q ,V fi I ,f ' we iv Qin' if swf- , , 'f it , gf -Mwwf W - ,'k' - ' we vojwi, , .pfw7.,+jf f . E'r??'f' ' r xo BROTHER W ,f If 150-is 1'1'114'1' 111 ALFRED 1. cnisez, D . r ' " X i TY, l 2 ' rf '15 ,, ff' i - L -, gf .'L ' 1 'W-',a,l'l fa Y NJ 'jf , l - YB .ui ,,,XA:,f! -, -. ,f ,if , 22 ' HQJK? ART of the administrative machinery by which a mo- dern high school functions smoothly and prepares its students for living forever true is through discipline. l-llS educational unit was en- trusted to Brother Alfred Crisez. He did a masterful work. S.M QWWWWHM VERY REVEREND f K. LAWRENCE A. YESKE, s. M. fully gun 0 UR chaplain knew that to be forever true religious educa- tion would have to center around the Sacramental Presence of Christ. ..'.::... ., i ,, VET ever cognizant of anoth- -,fit er truth-we would have to know the shortest and surest 'E' way. That was "To jesus lf , through Mary." A 'fi' R F U X ' wiv' '44, Q J egagegmfg: 1 Cofete no Mr Harry E Fehch Geometry E gl h Algeb o Speech Heod of E gl sh Dept -f"' ful MSN l ff 113' in:- 1- Cf' Mr. Howard F. McGinn English Lofin Guidance MA st el He man J Fuen S M Wllllam J Schmidt S M 0 Engl sh E gl sh Germo Mo nte e ce M st el Pep Club Mo aonust D we Sodollty Mode oto Int omurols rc k Mayer SM ll? A C lll ll OREVER True To Thee Our Alma Mater lf ever nn later years we hear these hallowed words our thoughts will turn back nnadvertently the pages of our book of Infe and the chapter entutled Hugh School Days wall Ile open before us Mentally the faces of those who brought us suc cessfully through those somewhat trying days are flashed vlvudly before our mmds These men the faculty played such an Important part an our four year stay here that It ns only fnttung and proper that we dedlcate a sectnon of thus book to them In grateful appreclatuon of the magnannmous work which they have accomplnshed Rchcrd A Luebler SM Jerome A McAvoy SM Mlchael L Voelker SM Relguon Treasurer M h I D ec o co row g l-llstory General Buslness Rel g o Soc ology Bookkeepmg Typmg In r . ml' 1 r . ' , . . " . ' 1 - - L tin I n i F1 f i n n in r r. . r. ' r r r F n , . . r. J! A, . 1,55 . . . . . , . . t . - 1 n is r n i A .X 1 . .Ffa-,fm Y- . , ,.',l 5- Hr' ' r xl 1 y , X? ' lf' A J ,- ull ,P -5. f . 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A,L74:s?r,e7if I I.. . ,.. .I ,.. ft'-7' I nl in ' ' lin i ' , ' Joseph A Kuntz SM 3 y KH Biology Guidance Minstrel Stage Manager Leonard J Kuntz SM Mr Joseph F Thomas Geometry Physical Ed Intermediate Algebra Hygiene Band Supervisor Head Basketball Coach Minstrel Asst Football Coach Sodality Moderator oseph Streiff S M HEN we the seniors of l9-46 entered this school as freshmen we were in plain wards scared Somehow we managed to stay afloat for the first few months By that time we were in the swim at North Catholic During this perplex in period the faculty were our life guards giving expert advice and always ready to help in the more dif ficult moments When the freshman year was over we knew that North had more than just instructors an the faculty we had real teachers Our period of sophistication began The second year at North more deeply entrenched our reserved but sincere respect for our friendly tutors Nicholas E. Wagner, S.M. Rev. Richard J. Dombro, S.M. James H. Kline, S.M. Athletic Director Religion Steward Physical Education Head of Religion Dept. Typing Hygiene Spanish General Business TROJAN Adviser Bookstore Intramural Basketball Bonds and Stamp Drive Rev Robert E Brown SM Librarian Library Guidance ,KM l gk L Charles F Eckhordt S Rellgron Hustory Dramatlcs Cheerleaders Mnnstrel Mr RobertA Luehr Shop Mathematucs Applued Mathematucs Algebra Robert J Schullem, S M Buology Geometry Rev Jullus Falk, SM Latin Rellglon 26 Joseph P Eberhart S M Machnnes Electrlcnty Solud Geometry Trngonometry Sennor Scnence Areo Club Munstrel Tuckets Richard M Dlneen SM Hustory Asst Athletlc Director Mr John Karcus l-lyguene Physlcal Ed Head Football Coach Asst Basketball Coach NWARD up that four rung ladder we clumbed Now we had left behund two years at NC The most dlffncult one had arrnved but again through the cooperatuve efforts of student and teacher we hurdled the obstacles Fnnally the sensor year arrived Only enght more months and we would have our diplomas Enght months passed and we were on the thres hold of graduatlon So we were at the end of the lane lt was time to get off But at the conclusion of our high school days we realuzed the huge mount of good that the faculty had done ln the classes they were the safety valves whlch kept the unwleldly groups at the right pressure ln the actlvltles they were the nuclei which held them together I' -4 G ws.. ,V ive ,N ly ,rl 5 A I V ' 1 1:2 Tv? . V , effigy J, -,bk V il wr- gl.. " y V s Qi: lil? ,,l , - "1 '..-f 'M 3 'Nfl ,r x- M 1 .f fs . . ' . aff 43 I ,',: 'W ' . - N 4 ' 11 - Q59 . . , 5 3 X .wg F vs . s jp R Pt .," 'Q ' x Q79 . l I . . . 4 in . K . I ' I 1 . ' it Robert Blume S M Algebro Supervision M Kenzle S M UR leaders mapped out their tactics in the war against ignorance Periodically the library was the scene of cooperative Re"Q'0" conventions where tests discipline in short any thing pertaining to the well being of the school were discussed Out ot these incubations were hatched the student laws by which he was so modulated as to produce the true Catholic boy ot today and the true Catholic man of tomorrow In this current scholastic year there were twenty eight religious and nine lay professors These were organized into various departments Religion English Social Studies Modern Lan Science Mathematics and Ath guages Latin letics ' N I M..." -V' gi fiisifkf l f l lr Professor J Ruzxo nstructor of Music Bond Director George c Religion English TROJAN NEWS Advisor John P Gllfether S M Sodolity Moderator . Ronald Hunger, S.M. Generol Science Algebro English Sodolity Moderotor Charles Roggeman, S.M. Religion Lotin Sodolity Moderotor HTROJAN NEWS" Advisor Bernard E. Plogman, S.M. Religion General Science Algebro Poster Club Sodolity Moderotor 27 M, Joseph F Hmel Mr AlbertA Schon Religion EnQl'5l1 Hnstory Mr John J McGrath Lolm Mr Rlchard Snyder lgllstlorly Englush ng IS Debofe Club 1 HERE were too the moderators of the respectsve school clubs and organizations notably the sodallty group moderators ruch an relngnous knowledge supplement Ing the needed spnrntual dlrectlon that occured wathln them will always have a special drawer In our memory file because of the men re luglous and lay who spurred us on to true fame and honor and glory Mvkc si? When we shall remlnlsce over yester years It wull be wnth grateful heart knowing that faculty taught us to be forever true to our flag and our Cod and throughout our days to be an honor Mr Aloyslus M Lesmak Mr Muchoel A Accetfo Mlss Anne Roos Mass Clare Mrovmtz English English Secretory To The Prlncnpol Secretory To The Vice Prln Hustory Hnstory cnpol and Guldonce Dnrector Q I' , ' N ' 'O We seniors are now leaving these halls. The events N 3 U 'fl ' ' l l Bk E ' l WM A - A ' ' ' ' .' fum Sins" V . . yi,-Qlfs - - - H GUIDANCE MCRAL INTELLECTUAL AND PHYSICAL of Ya is NIH yxcgl i' 111 X ea, ,J gy O school has greater reason for insisting upon guidance than the Catholic school for through the deposit of faith she knows what man was and therefore what he ought to be today strengthened rn virtue and grace The Catholic school too knows the trust confided rn her for a full education e H' Y Ad proper allgnment of body and soul in a moral religious physical and crvrc training North Catholic should be all out for a per fect coordlnatlon and integration of every student into the complex world of today It should be a pace maker rn moral and mental guidance fashronrng character trarts unto righteousness outstanding as well in scholas tic adjustment THE ELIXIR CF CATHOLIC LIVING , , I I 'k 'k .I- 1 t , h ' 'A' , ' ff ,li ,TL iM 7,4 Vs 'lr ,fgrl ' i f 'L Q. All 2-Lg 'L .gui ff: fi' 'yy' Rev. George B. Barre , S. M. Sociolog Religion English Guidance Director Student Council visor V ' - ' . . ' . . . . . . C . : . . - . . . , i th . . . NDER careful guidance in the classroom conscientiously we studied how to live the theme of a loyal Trojan spirit, nobly embodied in the words "For- ever True." 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' A ' T RAYMOND SCANNELL MERLE C SCHEID ROBERT SCHERER JAMES H SCHMITT ALBERT SCHULTZ ROBERT D SCHWAB FRANK SCHWERER J DONALD SHENKEL ANTHONY V SILVESTER ARTHUR SKEEN EDWARD B SCHNEIDER EDWARD W SCHNEIDER NIOK ABOVE 0 RAYMOND SCANNELL Skinny Assumptnon Newspaper I 3 4 Debatlng 3 4 Minstrel 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Sodallty I 2 Blology Club 2 Student Councnl 2 Hall Guards 3 Pep Club 4 Honor Roll 2 lntramur als U MERLEC SCHEID Weeds All Saints Minstrel I News paper I Bnology Club 2 Intramurals 0 ROBERT SCHERER Bones St Bonuface Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Varsuty Club 2 3 4 Student Councul 3 Intramurals 0 JAMES H SCHMITT Schrmtty Natuvnty Football I 2 3 4 Varsxty Club 4 Sodaluty I Yearbook 4 Usher 4 Intramurals U EDWARD B SCHNEIDER Snntz Mary North Snde Football I34 Basketball I Varsuty Club 4 Student Councll 2 Hall Guards 3 4 Sodaluty I Yearbook 4 Munstrel Interlocutor 4 0 EDWARD W SCHNEIDER St Norbert Mmstrel I 2 3 4 Sodallty I 2 3 4 Intramurals LEFT C ALBERT SCI-IULTZ Natlvlty Minstrel I2 Sodallty I Lubrary 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Intramurals 0 ROBERT D SCHWAB St Bernard Lnbrary 4 Sodallty I Bualogy Club 2 Usher 4 Intramurals 0 FRANK SCHWERER Frank St Bonnface Football I Football Manager 2 Server I 2 Intramurals C J DONALD SHENKEL Don Resurrection Student Councnl 34 Newspaper 34 Debatnng 34 Dnocesan Sclence Socuety of Honor 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 0 ANTHONY V SILVESTER Holy Innocents Band 2 Biology Club 2 Intramurals 0 ARTHUR SKEEN Art Assumptlon Newspaperl 2 Mlnstrel 2 Sodalnty I2 'FPIIOK RIGHT U WILLIAM SMITH Smntty Assumptlon Debatlng 3 4 Student Council 4 Cheerleader l 2 3 4 0 DONALD J SPAGNOLO Spag Most Holy Name Mmstrel l Biology Club 2 Intramurals 0 WAL LACE SPITZNAGEL Waa St Ambrose Sodallty l Usher 4 Intramurals 0 STEPHEN SPRAGALE Steve St Boniface Student Council I 2 Intramurals 0 JOSEPH STAAB Jake Martm Intramurals 0 JOSEPH F STEHLE oe St Athan asuus Biology Club 2 Honor Roll l 2 Intramurals BELOW 0 FRANCIS STYPULA tlp St John Cantlus Minstrel I2 Band I2 Intramurals 0 FRANK W THOMAS Frank Cypruan Mmstrel 3 Sodallty l Bnology Club 2 Intramurals 0 ROBERT THOMAS Bo St Nncholas North Side Newspaper 2 3 4 Student Councnl 234 Mmstrel 234 Hall Guards 3 Sodallty 234 Dramatlcs 2 3 4 Blology Club 2 Senior Class Treasurer Dnocesan Scuence Soclety of Honor 34 Pep Club 4 Presndent 4 Honor Rall l 2 3 4 lntra murals 0 FRED UBINGER Frltz St Joseph North Slde News paper 4 Mmstrel l 2 3 Llbrary 2 3 4 Server l 2 Sodaluty l 2 3 4 Bnology Club 2 Pep Club 4 Intramurals 0 ANDREW UNGER Andy Epnphany Student Councul 4 Sodalnty 4 Dramatlcs 3 4 Buology Club 2 Diocesan Sclence Socuety of Honor 3 Stage Crew 4 Intramurals 0 JAMES H VOLL Twnnks Sacred Heart Emsworth Football l 3 Student Councnl 3 4 Sensor Class Secretary 4 Hall Guards l 2 3 4 Sodaluty I Mmstrel 3 4 Pep Club 4 Intramurals WILLIAM SMITH WALLACE SPITZNAGEL FRANCIS STYPULA JOSEPH STAAB DONALD J SPAGNOLO STEPHEN SPRAGALE JOSEPH F STEHLE cn, FRANK W THOMAS ROBERT THOMAS FRED UBINGER ANDREW UNGER JAMES H VOLL 1 'B its-Q, ROBERT B VORNDRAN JOHN P WACHTER RAYMOND J WAGNER WILLIAM WALTERS ADRIAN WASSERMAN RONALD WEBER 'SENIOR LEFT 0 ROBERT B VORNDRAN Peanuts Most Holy Name Blology Club2 Intramurals 0 JOHN P WACHTER Jack St Aloysuus Intramurals 0 RAYMOND J WAGNER Ray All Sannts Newspaper 2 3 4 Mmstrel 2 3 Sodallty I 2 3 4 Dramatlcs 3 4 Pep Club 4 Honor Roll I Intramurals 0 WILLIAM WALTERS Anne Mullvale Sodalnty I2 Dramatlcs 2 Pep Club 4 Intramurals U ADRIAN WASSERMAN Ade All Salnts Mlnstrel I Llbrary I 2 Sodallty I Intramurals C RONALD WEBER Raw Knee St Scholastuca Munstrel 2 3 Band I 2 3 Pep Club 4 BELOW 0 JAMES WEIXEL um St Cyrnl Debatmg 2 3 4 Newspaper I 2 3 Student Councul I 3 4 Server I Sodallty I 2 3 4 Drarnatlcs 2 3 4 Vlce President of Sensor Class 0 NORBERT A WINTER Nlbbs 0 LOUIS M WINTERS ou Most Holy Name Basketball I Blology Club 2 Intramurals 0 JOSEPH L WOHLMUTH oe St Mary of the Mount Biology Club 2 Usher 4 Intramurals 0 LOUIS YEAGER JR ou St Ursula Mrnstrel 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Drum Major 3 4 Intramurals 9 OTTO ZEH I St Mary North Sude Football I Newspaper 4 Student Councul 3 Server l 2 Sodaluty I Intramurals X OTTO ZEH JAMES WEIXEL NORBERT A WINTER LOUIS M WINTERS JOSEPH L WOHLMUTH LOUIS YEAGER, JR X X 1 . I , I I -C 5 Q , . . . "Bill" . . .St 1 1 ' 1 z ' 1 1 - 11 11 . , . , . I . ' I ' 1 1 1 1 1 - Q 'S' - ' ..."J"'.... ': ' ,,j , 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Saint Leo: Minstrel I,2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Biology Club 2g Intramurals. A . ..."L "... : g ' 5 . , . . . "J " . . . ,,1 I . 2 ' ' J 1 4 , .... "L " . , . . Z 1 1 J 1 1 J . Ii V A--11Z.p11.'. . I rw QI sl, vs I In - .V J . 1 A An i , SEIIIUB Il Top Row: D. Dreher, R. Goodrich, H. Kinzler, R. Clafshenkel, G. Fischer, N Geisler, G. Johnson, T. Rygiel, R. Ferlqe tic, J. Gearing, A. Sylvester, C. Novak, W. Pfender. Third Row: J. Bray, E. Kress, L. Laugh- Clff-S2 OFFICERS I 'J' IAUCHLIN E PRESKAR j NEP FERKETIC. XNOHLMUTH. FLTLJPE DRAFTSVEN FSHCKEL. NOWALK LEAD SENIORS TO LLNCH BORFD OR INTERESTED7 IT S PHYSlCS 'A' BULLIENT is the adjective that best fits IZA . . . teeming with pep. . . full of fun . . . led Senior divi- sion in many drives . . . merited conduct-attendance award for third period . . . a "melting pot" of school activities . . . represented in every major activity, Stu- dent Council, Trojan News, Band, Yearbook, Honor Roll, and Football . . . great tor attendance at games and socials. . .you never found a l2A "man" sitting quietly on the sidelines . . . whether football or jitterbugging . . . right in there "pitching" . . . supervised by Brother William Schmitt. Haberman, Bro. Wm. Schmitt SM. First Row: H. Hatzala, R. Schwab, F. Ubinger, C. Freismuth, J. Nee, E. Pres- kar, J. McLaughlin, W. Wolters, J. O'Dowd, J. Wohlmuth. lin, D. Dunbar, J. Kenny, J. Stehle, W. Spitznagel, P. Roos, J. Weixel, E. Hindes, W. Gruber. Second Row: J. Wingerson, R. Nickel, F. Nowalk, W. Kabloch, J. Miller, J. Reith, T. Hogan, J. Fluhr, M. Hartman, R. ul' Q vi X 1X 51,7 V: xgf"""-' 5? 5 mv-f ff 4 1 Was' a Q +- xv Y F H I g 3 "+R "' as if G Q' .A ,-4,1331 -'ik' 'ir 0 -nf ' Q A 'Q if fix? 1 00959, 1 V' . A M mf HM A 'iv 'A" 17 J T, in 5, " if G' 'Ga as NEIIIUH 5 'lr 37. lflll LJF?if.lR'. lb ROC? T A W Clflfi K, HIV. 1' . ' X Pl1OFFERl.'.'. 1 I TRLF TO FORM ., Y x . X ug f V THOMAS THERE f.EE'.1f iff., ' 5 'Y TO EE A FOV-.T IN lT '.- Ju- ,'Q' , BOTTOM PHOFBE lOOK ON F-CAVJ ,,, f .,,. 14 1 'Q UTSTANDINC in every endeavor . . . coopera- tion was keynote of success . . . "tops" scholas- tically and athletically . . . greatest representa- tion in activities of any class in school . . .bursting with fun and energy . . . den of "social lions" . . . Brother joseph Streiff serving as home-room advisor . . . three on football squad . . . and two cage stars . . . four on yearbook . . . six on Trojan News . . . ten on mid-year honor roll . . . two cheerleaders . . . five band members . . .and six sodalists . . . plus hall guards and pep-club , members . . . made up activity-minded class . . . Gierl, Roos and Hein served as officers . i Top Row: F. Thomas, J. McGinty, J. Con- tin, A. Wasserman, J. Dugan, J. Einloth, Maisch, T. Hohmann, J. Foerster, R. ley, W. Smith, C. Brady, D. Shenkel, J. R, Baum, K. Hohman, R. Hamm, P. Wagner, A. Unger. Olesinski, L. Yeager, E. W. Schneider, A. Cannon. First Row: J. Mitchell, R. Gartner, B. Nau. Second Row: E. Flanagan, R. Baumbeck, Pawloski, D. Roos, W. Gierl, G. Hein, R. Third Row: H. Bray, R, Petrak, C. Mar- D. Bernard, R. Link, N. Maranowski, J. Hennig, J. Hennigan, R. Thomas. r 9. ,-, . J, 6 -.E - ' A . '.-2-v J . I . F 4. N f .- 1 . up L. I' -' : 1' Q ,f 39, . ' 1 -R ,V . ,V A -Q , Q r- .4 v . . .- 2 + 7 W Q' Q ,fs ag ff ' L ' f '92 . X' , , , iss, v I 34 1,1 1-0 I "5 i, Y: I 5 Q Wu 3 Er 'Gr 5 , Y lr 5 Q: i fs' G 15 ' w 3, fr v M y '55 if 5 ' W Y gf , Q 4 Jin illivmnrmm GEORGE HUBER Sept 1942 Sept 1944 mnr IEWING the years of our high school days in retrospect we find that the Heavenly Gardener has culled two of the fairest flowers of the class of 1946-George Huber and Emmett Mack The Master called George at the beginning of the junior year In early September 1944 and Emmett at the opening of the senior year 1945 after a week of school had elapsed Two peaceful souls were both of these and unassuming Quiet cheerful and about their business. Their records stand unblem ished. EMMETT MACK Sept 1942 Sept 1945 OUTHFUL though they were as they sped on their course to the Maker and Doer of all good things they were withal typical Trojans Steeped m the well springs of loyalty to God and flag always an honor where er they went Bedecked ln the regal gold of Christ their Kmg and In the bright scar let of the love of God their colors led them on ward to a home of peace everlasting Once again the class of 1946 pays tribute to these cherished classmates ETERNAL REST GRANT UNTO THEM O LORD AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM. 1 O .N ia -A ,gi - ,P 1 ' 3.'Y'1r'Ei'? ' . . 2 k,f,4,: .V . ' Q-fl' . kljfw , TV-'Su L 1 YJ . I l ' . . 1 . O Q I ' . , 9 . C O I I I ' . , I D I I I . - 1 . I I ' . . . D . . ' n . . ' ' v a My X l'?ii OFHCERE R DLNLAP E 7lA','4lRv L FAIL AEFENT J U N I O R Top Row: L. Schubert, A. Dolinich, L Poul,J Helios E Krhiivsky, L Shimkets, G. O'Brien. Third Row: R Dunlop, R. Dovrs, P. COU- nohon C Zemon J, Horve T. Burk i I Y, hort A Plrzgo, B. Huber, J. Dixon, G. Lutz, J. Kunz. Second Row: J. W. Kell J. Mueller G V, 1 Connell, J Boyseln, R. Mullen, G. Huber, B Connolly, A Schmitt, D Borer, E, JOS- IHSBI, W Selgok Front Row: J Repcheck, C. Kweder, E Elcrsin, R Pint, E Rensi, G Rooney, C THE LEANERS, IT WOLllD SEEN4 MEANS lT x. MORE INTERESTED IN GOING HOME MOST active junior class. . .directed by Brother Richard Liebler . . . representation in all school activities . . . Honor Roll students include Davis, Dixon, Burkhart, Lutz, and Bosco. . . tour executives on Trojan News. . .six band members. . .two athletes. . . tive Minstrel performers . . . three Student Council members. . . two debaters . . . and tive orators . . . out- standing students Richard Dunlap, joseph Bosco, Thomas Burkhart, and Brian Connolly . . . also included in activities were tour acolytes and six Sodalists . . . class possesses prospective leadership material . . . eye senior year with high hopes. Knouss, G Arnrnor, W Flaherty, J Bi iscu f Q D3 5' 7 BROTHER CHARLES REALLY iv ' sl-: ff- 17 .. ...N .4 NOTHER active junior class. . .excelled scholas- tically with seven members on Honor Roll, Zah- ren, Goldie, Rau, Cullen, Stillwagon, and Hill. . . homeroom advisor, Mr. Al M. Lesniak . . . succeeded Brother George McKenzie who left to study for the priesthood . . . class included . . . two Trojan News editors 4 . . and three athletes . . .along with representa- tion in Band, Minstrel, Science Honor Society, and Hall Guards , . . took college preparatory course. . . Marianist honor class . . . never very high in conduct-attendance rank. . . loud and peppy. . , "got into teachers hair" be- tween periods . . . can't fail to make their final year a good one. wo! v'- ' ef, ' V 3' i K'-.y y Q 'Q ,X Top Row: fa li, l '.' Hu. I Milf: J Kllvic, J Kvgii-i J Ka l. L Dfllil, l CVCTIC Third Row: A Fischer W NlfDrr1fill'1lW J Stillwoqn J li l F liuche F l"'l'UClWf' J Gwlrlifg R Et-ilstv,-vi J 'Vlil'C' G G V wcv' Second Rgwg l-, l-vgggf VV l'lc"'riii1QL'f G Mol ne R Fciiln. E Prcigor R GfCl'iC"' P Culgywfvlf C lic' T N'il'ir" J LCV Front Row: F Lizrvzi li HI- A ZH" mn, S Burlhfzrt 'Ji N'cGrotn A N41 gcn, P Opera! O Vial M Gonnill. A Nolley. JUNIOR B :Pegg ' K . i sg UELMNC HNTO THE PAST TO KNOXV THE FLTLRE VCERS 1 stirmwcor. R BAILEY, A -.'oRcAm 'lv-'ERE RE TMC VCV LOACH NT, RAPTLQES ,qpw 'il 1 f 4,1- 'P OOD natured and easy going. . . as "Honest john" Ney and "Red" Smith . . . Larry Conway and Norm O'Leary held "livewire" honors . . . class had share ot mighty mites packed with energy: Matt Burns, Lenny Pschirer, Pat Benzing, and jackie Cain . . . nomination for Skyscraper Award went to Wally Wet- zel, class president, always in the clouds . . . Tom Kornick rated as most avid supporter ot basketball team . . .while George Bedel placed consistently on the honor roll . . . these were a few of the "characters" which made up the class of l lC . . . studious, tun-loving, and vivacious. J Top Row: J Mulyihili R Burke J Ney F Weis R Novcztney W Wefzel J Schlegel, N O'Leory J Murroy Third Row: L Wossermonn, R Cunning hom, J Weigl, W, Houber, C. Crofes, R Bobiclfo W Domvillc-,J Russ L Bloho T Stengel Second Row: M Burns, R Sinogro, L Cmiwoy R Becker O Smith R Chur mon J Bcrgcr, T Korniclf. G Bcdell P Bunzinq Front Row: F Suchocelg J Cow T Sirfgl-C P Nist M Filyor R l'lOrg0vir':C .lcrv A Crfnw R Horn R Moionc L Vschirer UNIOR C STRAKA ENTER TAHNS THE BOYS isis BROTHER LIEBLER EMPHASlZES THE POINT. RPHEL, l TO EE AROLND HE CORNER ' BLJDDINC ARCIWTECTS OF THE FHQST WATER ROSPEROUS junior class . . . under guidance and leadership of Brother Michael Voelker . . , rated near top in the many drives and activities sponsored by the school during the past year. . . participated in the Minstrel, basketball, football, band and intramurals. . . class officers were George Sobien, president, Regis l-lildebrand, vice president, james Falsey, secretary . . . representing class in football were George Sobien and Ed Smith . . . joe Bush played junior varsity and varsity basketball , . . Elmer l-lerda, drummer, was class band member . . . joseph MCC-reevy accounted for thirty-one subscriptions in lvlarianist Drive . . . class faces bright future. o.. -. ,, '- 2. r FFFICEQE I FVQLNC 7 JUNIOR Top Row: G Bruno, D Wogncr, E Hur f-ld, R Schwcegcl J llclihon, H Hcr mon Third Row: W Bochnwon, E Echnof, W Mogus, A Del.uco W Vogel, G Ebcr horf, O 0'C3nncr A Dietrich, T Ggr vcy, E Spirkc Second Row: D. Rooms, E, Scherer, W, Bcljon, R, Stroke, P Arc-no, J Eosler, F McNomoro, J Fredrick, J. Smith, F, Yuresic Front Row: C Dupper, L Brody, J. Bor- rett,J Roth, H Tens J Dcffncr, R Moul T Bloho E Hfillingg-r,J Culligon Absent: J Ol-loro '.'v',AQNER, SCHERER HARD AT VVORK RELIGION CLASS 4 . x -1 4' -- K 4- flIA'.l3 III'-flOL'l JTVIAKA OCEL LQLTIINC AWA' WWI I THLETICALLY inclined . . . won junior division championship in intramural basketball . . . super- vised by Brother joseph Eberhart . . . very active in school organizations . . . joseph Fredrick only honor student. . . class president, joseph Deffner, is chairman of school Minute Man Drive . . . members of athletic prominence include Harry Tevis, Bill Vogel, john Reli- han. . . all of football fame. . .and Al DeLuca, member of varsity grid and cage teams . . . class is interested in social affairs of school . . . large percentage in attend- ance at football and basketball games . . . have given exceptional cooperation in drives. . . plan for successful senior year. I I I C21 QQ 9 9 N aggregation of students of widest variety . . . the humorist, athlete, and scholar . . . slow in getting into swing of elevated junior life , . .after a while things began to click. . . from then on they were out in front with the best in different school drives . . . gained top honors in North-Central Ticket Drive . . , homeroom advisor, Brother Charles Eckhardt . . . class cooperation knit students and instructors together . . . the homeroom of stellar Northmen, "Deadeye Dick Rauluk", "Duke lVladish", and "Mouse" Schrenk . . . Band celebrities were Eddie Kucan, jack Cannon, Chuck Reott, Tom Dolby, and lack Schoppen. To Row: VV S'llllCl'l l-l 'Jfifiuli lk P L l lfriuliilny E VVVILIClifCf, J Sriuppcii, J Fichlcry F Wnllf ouslfos Third Row: V Link F Sotfe' L Younq S l2utkcwski, C Liriflellf J WONT, E Kucoriy R Schrcnk Second Row: W NNuilswc,rYh Sllri J Franz, F2 Cumming Schmidt, R Herbert R Reg cllo FYOHY ROWS .J Coma V P Auth ll VQrTullC F4 DOHC C Miklos R VVGlSw'iAfl'1, W Borti vifch 1 .Vcilloce C 1' Schloss' 'vi Lev, J -ew J Cum' ummer A E STWNCJCV Kremer JUNIOR F F!-,KEQS OR REALLY AT MVOQK7 1 FICERE R CUMNUNCQ E SNYDER. R HEREERT QEQT THE EuSN BEAVERS OF llF. TR OL ON O- VF ik FOREVER TRUE wo,-ds by Alma Mater of North Cathollc H Q Musk by LEONARD J KUNTZ S M cmm. Pnrsnson RUZZA ALFRED cmsx-:z s wx A" W' "' Jo PP" "U" YT Nlaestoso FT If V-3"1I'5 1F A 1 Ili Illgshlgrlluillgll HIIIIIIIIII . CIUI1 llll1 lI-lllllllll-lllllli l. l1-IlU11llQ-nlijllil-HID . f "" .H rnll f Nl ustoso HJR PV TRUL tee our 1 a ter For 0 to our flag and our God, Where ere 09 ways on or Up o fame and glo "I W I4- I9 1 t our voice pr ISP on hlgh co suar I brl J and gold well 5-Q. PYP fond f ru our days thy name WI end on v. r HJR FX TR L to thvv Worth Cath c Hlg R r Q , R 9 e--L qm Q 'Mm W QW., ' up 'Q 'mm 2 m-- 1 -- ' ' . ' ' . . 'Ni . bg ' , , . tw QA-, Q ,M it A QT fi m-- - -Q' N' A Q Q . uw" 'H' U 5l- . - Q N' ' s 5 V Q ' "4' K5 A A cv lap- I 5 ' - . -WH ' ' V: H I ' 'Q QR. ' "' Q "" Q. w :J E' 4 Y ' o mm- "' C... "' im- ' Z5 +R. Q ' .,. s... 1 I ,U if UW. 3 qi Q .HW I 1 Q -6- . ,-, 3. twin 3 tk' 1 0, M- CH M- ,T B H H :H g I , V , 3 rv U 'X L O Lf H , A N E Y .,.. 5 L,--, 3 D, 'W' ln- .- ' A ..,., qw" .WH an .pn Q u R, , D u H- : mmm . Wm U . ' H1 ,4 2 'W 'FM sf ' ME 1.4 I W 5 f- E E -at L- 3 .W . E ' wmv ag I -' :- Q... -L. - .vm E U... Q 1 , 'S ... Q my , an I .-.-.,-.. hd -- -P? 9 A w V Ea:-' QM, I md 1... ,, - U QV c Q 'Ai 0 "'- 55 :5 "' ' 5' 1-.. Q- V ' DX V' ll - SCJPHOMGRES U - tzryfrf 1, EVERYBODY INTERESTED BUT GARISH MR. SCHON SHOWIN 'EM THE WAY Muir wr-.' CL l'.'lf'1'O'-All lctits cfaggm Amp Pofzwx SOPHOMORE A Top Row: J. Beck, L. Komoroski, E. Monier F. Abmciyr, L. Wonker, J. Giel, M. Hunter C. Hertweck, J. Wogner. Third Row: A. Kremmel, R. Gorish, F. Debes, L. Wisniewski, R. Barie, C. Miller, B. Miller, G. Scheuering. Second Row: R. Freismuth, J. Schmitt, N Kelsch, R. Scherer, E. Schmitt, T. Sklopon G. Swetonkcu, R. Nemecek, G. Greb, H Stouff. Front Row: J, Meyer, J. Prentice, S. Lutercm J. Swindell, J. Dinning, J. McChesney, E Czopek, C. Bergman, J. Boyer, W. Spolor F. Strcufoloce. Absent: L. Blozo, H. Grottentholer, G Cotter. ' 1 1 1 MONC- the largest, forty-one . . . of more than average intelligence . . . maintained its quota on the honor roll . . , sparkled a veritable Trojan spirit in all drives . . . ranked second throughout school in Marianist Drive . . . gallantly generous in Rosalia Foundation and Community Fund Drives . . . patriotic, reaching one hundred per cent consistently in the Min- ute Man Stamp Drive . . . naturally adept in the sports field . . . with Dick Garish on the j. V. football eleven and joe Beck and Herbie Stautt scintillating on the hard- wood . . . captained by Brother Robert Schuellein. ff!-1 5? ff' S 5. Q f ff 49 SARVER HAS THE FLOOR . . . NALJER. WlTT GOOD LISTENERS. OFF ECERQ, P Cl A',CCl.N' l Kil4'J T Hl'Q',f'l MOST active soph class under the guidance of Brother lerome McAvoy . . . took leading part in all school drives . . . gained two hunderd per cent in Marianist Drive and Central-North game ticket sales . . . ninety per cent of class regularly purchased War Savings Stamps . . . aided missions through stamp col- lecting . . .Thomas Hursen and William Zacharias con- sistently made honor roll . . . john Kihn, Raymond Cilascow, and Charles Rauch represented class on junior varsity football squad . . . band members included Frank Cirilletto, and William Smolter . . . participated actively in the Sodality, Minstrel, Pep Club, Library Staff, Poster Club . . . joseph Witt became staff photo- grapher for Trojan News. W f iffl..'i. H R E B SOP OMO 1 Top Row: E. Benkort, J. Lhota, R. Fischer, W. Ludwig, N. Craig, J. Bonner, F. Lamp- ing, T. Hursen, J. Kihn. Third Row: J. Wagner, G. Buchert, J. Giel, J. Victoria, D. McDonald, R. Glascow, H. Kress, A. Mustovic, L. Flore, C. Rauch. Second Row: W. Stengel, E. Zeitler, W. Zacharias, J. Heyl, J. Badami, E. Nauer, J. Witt, J. Petrocelli, J. Halder, J. Halko. Front Row: J. Donohoe, W. Smolter, J. Mc- Gurgan, J, Davis, R. Baur, K. Sarver, F. Griletto, J. Hutterer, W. Thomas, R. Mag- nelli, C. Aul. Absent: J. Sipple, C. Gerst. ., rg ,ffl M - .. ef ,. Q-Q 2, L JL Q. ,Q c CQ 22 -1 5' LUDWIC-. IT MUST HAVE BEEN A "DOOZY SOP l5K' l5K' WHAT ll-li ATTRACTION METZLER IUST A LlTTlE SKEPTICAL fi ll lil i r- i i Top Row: J. Saunders, J. Bett, R, McClure, L. Weifling, E. Kelly, R. Keenan, R. Davis, R. Meyer, T. Helffrick. Third Row: R. Stephany, D. Fisher, F. Pail, H, Kocar, W. Huston, A. Pantone, J. Win- ter, B. Coholich, J. Makowski, G. Chalovich L. Metzler, F. Casey. I Second Row: S. Lema, J. Kablach, E. Ernst, E. Novotney, G. Borza, R, Knoth, E. Weid- ner, R. King, J. Kramer, F. Kuhs. Front Row: T. Fitzpatrick, R. Prah, J. Zeis, R, Barie, J. Grimaldi, D, Kemmerer, R. Vey, R. Fordenbacher, G. Flannery, R. Boer, R Pfeffer. ng HOMORE C TYPICAL sophomore class, active, willing, ver- satile. . .headed by Mr. Robert Liehr. . .claimed representatives on junior varsity football starring Davis, Keenan, McClure, Helffrich and Pantone . . . while Pail, Pfeffer, Metzler, Fordenbacher, Ernst. Meyer and Davis formed the intramural aggregation . . . capably assisting in the minstrel chorus were Kablach. Lema, Fisher and Fitzpatrick . . . at the helm directing the respective class activities were the class officers, Robert McClure, president, john Kablach, vice presi- dent, and Richard Baer, secretary. . . ready to carry over into the junior year their full energies, religious, scholas- tic, and physical. IT CAN'T BE TOO SERIOUS, LOEBIG? ...- 1 DIETZ HAS FOUND . ' THE ANSWER. 1-1 ..- SOP N elite, energetic class of high scholastic stand- ing . . . "brain trusters" being, Fleckenstein, Goetz, Graham, Pavlic, Weismann . . . Harry Parsons, Bob Patterson and George Pavlic, the class ot- ticers piloted lOD under the guidance of Brother Leon- ard Kuntz . . . class standards and class kept on high level . . . won conduct-attendance pennant in the second period . . . active athletically boasted a first-string var- sity football center in Bob Brennen . . . then junior varsity grid stars, Gearing, Farbacher and Schmitt. . . in addition basketball sharpshooters. Brennen, Beck, Schmitt, Farbacher. and Graham . . . Soph intramural champs. HOMORE D Top Row: R. Kretz, J, Stroyne, J, Roos, S. Marlovits, H. Parsons, W. Farbacher, R. Brennen, E. Szary. Third Row: V. Profeta, G. Bergman, J Graham, R, Patterson, R. Wysocki, T. Bien iek, H. Weichel, W. Ehrenteld, T. Weis mann, H. Schmitt. Second Row: J. Lord, E. Magnelli, R. Loebig, W. Jelinek, W. Morris, A. Nickel, J. Com- port, J. Goetz, J. Arkus, W. Gearing, E. Kramer. Front Row: J. Dugan, G. Pavlic, A. Wagner, A. Janaszek, D. Boland, J. Staab, L. Fleck- enstein, C. Dietz, D. Hepp, T. Beck, F. Ammer. Q, I gl' . aa 'nl 5 " 5 V lsr Vs, so .agf ,x YXF' 4 WU 99.7 53 PI rm EETTER lOOK 'XROI ND DE GUS B CF A FEATHER PPI HOMO Top Row R Keallv L Bittner R Gcugler W Crowley J Schrotz T Cummings R McHugh D Kubeck Thnrd Row W Conlon R Strako W Sny der T Martin R Garvey R Rieland E Kress F Windisch D Berg W Schlieper Sec nd Row J McDonald E Weger D Habetler L Doyle J Stc ,lb L Fagan J Wailand D Metzler R Albanese C Sem inatore J Muth Front Row C dn J B chko J. Geal P. Ubinge . J. Tedesco J. Wojciechowski R. Botzer R. Ewing R. Staab R. Sipple. M W VM' wfanuy- M , .i , M 'V fs.. .. , M, as '35 .""' LAIMED a permanently top spot in sophomore division highly progressive and cooperative diligent workers all an actively eager lot ably advised by Mr Howard McCinn first in the North Central Booster Drive ran a close second in the Marianist and Blood Donor Drives atlame with school spirit demonstrated by partnership in school sports and school activities boasted three pigskin warriors one basketball player two iunior cheerlead ers three band members several Sodalists and art club members . . . published Tenneywiser . . not the brightest but certainly the most interested. C.. fs 'Q vu at . . 1 '- -- . v' gr -1 . Q g,. :J .f v +' 7 J 155 7 if fwsfy 7? itllff. v .pdf ,Q-' if I K .p Mi 1 yQ A 2:5 af ft AS USUAL. OLUBLE and vociferous . . . blustering and effer- vescent, all four adjectives made up lOF . . . you they were around . . . withal excelled in school spirit. . . highly cooperative in school projects . . . had Brother joseph Kuntz as homeroom mentor. . .obtained two hundred percent in lviarianist Drive . . .well repre- sented in band, featuring Good, Baier. O'Connor, Borgese and Huber. . .whilst Minstrel claimed Knapp, Seelman, Garvey, Laughlin, and Benkart . . . stel- lar footballer in Dino Angelici . . .a single honor student john Owens . . . never outstanding in conduct-attend- ance. . . yet very definitely among the living. SEELMAN DOlvilNATES RODMAN WEIDNER O SO P - n HOMORE F I Top Row: J. Pschirer, R. Rockey, H. Deff- ner, J. Breskovich, J. Knapp, J. Malich, L Ranallo, C. Super. Third Row: T. Weidner, J. Flaherty, C Rihn, R. Benkart, D. Angelici, J. McKay, R Ehrman, J. O'Connor, R. Holleran, M. Daley Second Row: S. Borgese, J. Maciejewski, J Owens, W. Rodman, F. Luksik, J. Stephan D. Good, R. Fearing, A. Cenkner, J. Hammel Front F ,Seelmf" " Huber, R. Baier R. Strit- r, E. Rohm, Rockey, T. Mc- Hugh, R. Lcoghlin, D. Cotter, B. Garvey, R Wittmer. Cf! ff? ft if 8 X CONFER DURING STUDY BENTON l5lJ'l 50 5L'RE NllKlOS lS RlCHT I DLJCAN ON WORK NVHILST ON DUTY SOPHOMORE G O half-way measures for lOC . . . among the best of the sophomore classes . . . truly fervid in sup- port of school functions and athletics . . . out- standing personalities were class officers, Dietrich, Dugan, Ostrowski, Knox, and Brooker . . . along with ardent Richard Diel who kept class over ninety percent mark in Minute Man Drive . . . and then there was in- tramural cage manager, Donald Streiff . . . had class representations in Hall Guards, Minstrel and Sodality . . . Mr. Richard Snyder served as homeroom teacher and advisor . . . looked forward to even more pleasant and brighter years. Top Row: K. Bloom, J. Roll, J. Butler, J. Kinzler, T, Partridge, N. Dugan, R. Zewe, T. Barker, F. Mogus. Third Row: J. Heintz, R. Clifford, T. Knox, R. Eosler, J. Lynch, R. Goyke, R. Dietrich, H. Berner, R. Johnston, R. Walker. Second Row: D. Steriff, Richard Welsh, Ray- mond Welsh, C. Van Mourik, N. Micklos, W. Krysinski, W. Shine, J. Cala, T. Huck- estein, W. Ostrowski. Front Row: R. Brooker, J. Blockstock, F. McNelis, T. Badetta, R. Jenny, A. Enzerra, J. Delaney, R. Diel, R. Benton, E. Stebler, J. Rebel. I Y v I f r I Q L Z FRES E 6 C N." vvl - "' - Q3 lv 9, ,X ,X Q' f j' Top Row R Skeen J Korcher T McDonald W Corr W Klnmek F Mondl J Rodgers M Rusch R Nast Tlurd Row B Muchow T Cullen C Weber E Klelber W Jorvls M Czop B Sclolqbbg R Mmor Second ROWW SWSGHGY R l-SVHQOFW J FOVTINO P GlOeCl4l R MOCl'10n J ODonnell R Baker D Dixon S Gerd 1 C Dochert R Cvetlc Q Y Ffonl' ROW C We'Sef R SCl'1m'df T BYeVlY -l Deglmonn E Burton R Ference J Borner J Wnsmewskn W Taylor F Donotelln J Schlereth FRESHMAN class full of friendly celebrntues a mln strel songster nn Dave Dnxon a mnnlm hardwood hugh llghter nn joe Rodgers jolly good fellows un Bob Ference and Chuck Welser an nnsplratuonal go getter nn Duck Machon garnered twenty flve subscriptions nn the Marnanlst Drive a mathematncal wizard an oe Fortmo sparkled equally nn frosh basketball a sprmklung of social lnons an Tom Cullen and Bull arvns every boy was a Knnght of the Sanctuary fostered vlslts to the Bless ed Sacrament homeroom teacher Mr Albert Schon OJ FFIC i T N1 CDONALI '.'l'.OFJ n.,E 1. T'O. r5ROTr4ER - .,, , HCu.,,: COLD C F C'5'fE"3- l KE'-C',g j ','ccEQ R K-'.Al."'1fiL BC'TO'.' -YORK KLNTZ '."Ll.EF2 ElNDER - Q www 5 ' i 1. , -s - so J . --. W S Top Row: A. Deverts, K. Kramer, J. McCorter, J Spangler, R. Schlegel, C. Stork, J. Miller, W. McDonough. Third Row: L, Kelly, J. Chrosko, C. Dorsch, J. l-lursen, J. DeVorok, J. Keorns, R. Stoblze, L. Deftling, J. l-loll. Second Row: R. Kuntz, R. Klisovoge, S. Krolosky, G. Kurto J. Feld, D. Bryon, I Jockson, P, Mollon, J. Spognolo, T, Jurigo. Front Row: F. Binder, R, Smolo, F. Gyescek, M. Zimmer, P, Mottorock, D. Soginow, J. Siekoniec, J. Adoms, L. Ptennigwerth, G. Broadbent, T. Potsilevos. 0 FRESHMAN B ICH-SPIRITED and friendly characteristic of Freshman B . . . excellent and earnest workers in North-Central Ticket Drive, captured school pennant and plaque . . . john Adams, Felix Binder, Donald Bryan, john lVlcCarter. john Miller, and Matthew Zimmer upheld class honor in the Sodality . . . twin musicians in john Adams and Paul Mattarock . . .both ot these cherio boys starred in "Milltown Melody" . . .a rhythmic tap dancer Adams, and a high class trumpeter Mattarock . . . Freshman ranked with the finest of the fine . . . tutored in school spirit by Brother Richard Dineen, homeroom teacher. E ? A"'A'l' .,C.fCCo , it ,J 1 ig. ,J -. 4- J 3 v .-.N S A-Vim 'Q . N. -- is ., 'N Top Row: J. Schaeffer, J, Katarincic, A. Stillwagon, R, Adams, R, Bodnar, R. Doyle, L. Scheibel. Third Row: J. Schaffner, R. Delewski, R. Lasky, J. Dezort, W. Poepperf, W. Doyle, W. Neely, J. McGinnis. Second Row: J, Rheam, S. Serta, F. Fenk, R, Frank, M. Lacher, A. McSorIey, J. Mueller, J, Kujawa, J. Srauff, P. Winter, H. Gallagher. Front Row: R. McLaughlin, G. Angel, E. Mulvihill, W, Barrett, E. Miller, R. Roth, C. Scarberry, J, Shaginaw, J, Henry, W. Hannon, R Johnston. 0 FRESHMAN C E H I ADIATED a definite scientific bent. . . lovers of compe- tition all, with stalwart athletic ability . . . prompt in attendance, in and out of class with bell . . .only mar on record-won "blue ticket" award for single period. . .never competed in that race again . . . rated a good percentage in all school drives . . . active as well in extracurricular organ- izations . . . a merry lot, extremely friendly and sincere . . . undefeated intramural champs of Freshman division . . . even defeated Frosh squad . . . outstanding class member john Miller, honor student . . . titular teacher and guide Brother C. Roggeman. C7 Ck U A 4 E 0' . 4. Q an quo- "" Y 20: 5? 6 i E ,g 5 X5 Top Row: T. Ostrowski, N, Meier, W. Kopp, B. Wagner, W. Bedel, E. lmhof, C. Muckle, J. Kardos. Third Row: J. Hutter, D. Kaelin, R. Rockford, A. Roos, T. Mulkerin, R. Kenney, S. Smorey, E, Zilavy, W. Rosko. Second Row: P. Kelly, J. Lerner, R. Wateska, J. Sismour, N. Adomcik, J. Vinski, W. Nalley, J. Knauss, A. Mankeyich Front Row: J. Bauer, T. Leahy, VV. Graham, W, Artinger, G. Bauer, J. Stegman, E. Wesolek, R. Rombach, D. Fearing, D. Gartner, E. White 0 FRESHMAN D ECORD gainers . . . greatest achievement of year . . . attained tour hundred and fifty percent in Marianist Drive . . . active in sports, members on Frash grid and cage teams. . . participants in band. minstrel, Trojan News. Sodality, Poster Club and Pep Club . . . typical Freshman class. worked together to achieve laurels. . . led by Mr. jos- eph l-lmel . . . one ot the most energetic Frosh classes . . . portend a bright future at North . . . dedicated to building and preservation of class honors. . . pledged to new achieve- ments, socially, athletically. and scholastically. . . and to the furtherance of religious interests. C9 ,B G 3 PT, 5 -vi 59.54 QL' -. bv , ' WW: Top Row: R. O'Brien, J. Burns, E. Maushart, R. Abel, G, Weigl, D. Lieb, D. McKee. Third Row: C, Kozlowski, T. Kelly, J. Rausch, W. Kane, D, Gmuer, C. Perka, J. Kramer, C. Rombach. Second Row: V. Schuster, M. Cvetic, L. Oberle, E. Uminski, C. Lindner, R. Pohl, C. Bleil, R. Maul, J. Fearon. Front Row: F. Satariano, J. Bell, L. Sinko, J. Schilling, C. Miller, M. Martinac, R. Donnelly, P. Parrish, C. Misiti, A. Sherman, J. Ford. 3 H v,' f"'T 7' V. 0 FRESHMAN E ET an almost unbeatable record in first six weeks of school . . . no "blue tickets," perfect attendance, and only one tardy member . . . unquestionably merited conduct-attendance banner for this period . . . intramural basketball team suffered but one defeat . . . a musical class beyond all doubt with eight members in the Trojan Band . . .tinted school life with a humorous touch, prescribed bow ties to be worn every Thursday . . . received Holy Commun- ion every fifth week . . . developed mentally and physically, socially and religiously under the counselling of Messrs. Mc- Cirath and Acetta. TCF CFVCERE L C' V C ROMBACH D VKEE ECTTOM '."FRT!NF.C .J HELLY TALK lT C DOLMELL1 POHNTS T TO KRAVER I ER LLP' XER Cie ... ,v Q' Top Row: F. Muenz, G. Schwoegl, L. Burk, G. Pilszok, E. Lehr, E. McGinn, A, Sobien. Third Row: R. Anderson, W. Schowolder, J. Frantz, J. Mangold, J. Pilorski, F. Kruczek, J. Donohue, R, Czyczynsk.. Second Row: G. Lebo, R, Hamm, R. Kumonchik, C. Brerikle, E. Gallo, T. Brurnert, E, Stonkovic, R, Weger, F, Piscotelli. Front Row: R, Kelsch, L. Suchocek, E. Bogel, C. Nordino, J. Howarth, J, Kelly, A. Gerzewski, J, Comport, H, Walker, N Gross, R. Absent: F. McCann, A. Horner, J. Pietkiewicz. 6 FRESHMAN F Holdcroft. ACER to learn and fast to catch on to high school life . . . possessors of a healthy mental attitude . . . under i' leadership of homeroom advisor, Brother Ronald l-linger keenly supported school activities . . . a great representation fostered a lively interest in the Sodality . . . elected four effi- cient class officers, Francis Muenz, president, Edmund Gallo, vice president, joseph Kelly, secretary and james Mangold, treasurer . . . Edward Lehr handled intramural team.. . felt it contributed its mite to put class of '49 in the spotlight from the beginning , . . greater years ahead. N 1 lf' 5 fr nr Q? ei Y .,, ,. .MM 5 . his C4 2? sd H Top Row K Frank L Colombo F McC llo gh M Dr scoll L Krecek M Coyne W Snodgrass W Verbannc G Wester an Third Row M For ell R Ge sler P Schad R l-louy D Do ovan C Barnes R Roach A McCollum econd Ro J Schutz F Behl R C nnon J Lunz J No ak R Wolff B Joos E Hortugan T Roos R M e Front Ro J Froehl ch W St om ck J Buch e W Are d R Co O R Herman W Joyce W Waters J Sm th E Ma adon C Matte s A r m r HIRTY EIGHT youthful freshmen made up class found routine of hugh school lufe unterestnng pomted wnth prnde to the staff of consclentuous teachers whose guidance helped them to make correct decnsnans com peted an all school drlves fanthfully backed North s sport events and possessed no llttle athletic abuluty whnch they contrubuted to the frosh football and basketball teams re spectnvely the class officers proved themselves untellu gent and admlnlstratlvely capable under the leadershnp of Brother Robert Blume successfully completed fnrst year at North prepared to take a step hugher Top Row: J. Liebert, J. Kubic, J. Bombich, R. Schmidt, J. Brungo J. Gorman, H, l-lenglesberg. Third Row: R. Givens, R. Mong, D. Maurer, R. Beck, M. Regan, D. Puhoric, P. Flaherty, T. Bomville. Second Row: J. Quinn J. Stoud, J. Bumbough, W. McGreevy, P. lntrieri, W. Tschonnen, R. Lobos, J. Wolloce, W. White Front Row: J. Gcirvey, R. Long, W. McGowon, A. Tomoro, R. Arnold, L. Word, H. Hubner, W. Corsello, T. Aheorne, E. Kreutzer Absent: G. Connolly. 0 FRESHMAN H "W QQ, IDE-AWAKE spiritually and scholastically, socially and athletically . . . these thirty-four lads achieved praise worthy results . . . the lvlarianist Drive with two hundred and forty-tive percent . . . attended Holy Mass in a body monthly . . . representation in the Sodality num- bered ten. . .eight made the honor roll . . . generally among first seven in school drives, and among the first five in con- duct-attendance honors . . . individual distinction came to Bill MCC-owan, winner ofthe Sociology Essay Contest spon- sored bythe Aspinwall Kiwanis Club. . .titular teacher was Brother john Giltether. .. ,: ... n n-Q 0 U - ,- ,, V "' L if .2 ,L V!- in i Top Row: W. Borborry, T. Jugovic, W. McCarthy, R, Depp, G. Jugovic, J. Erny. Third Row: A. Aiello, L. Burkhort, J. Compcnello, A, Dorsch, J. Frye, D. O'Leory, J. Byrnes, J. Smigiel. Second Row: J. Collins, E. Tegge, R. Broun, G. Wilwohl, W. Popp, R, Wisnewski, W. Neusch, D. Toomey, Front Row: C. Broun, F. Broce, P. Bolky, R. Binder, T. Broy, D. Stout, T. Doley, J. Skowronski, J. Vinsko, 0 FRESHMAN J E. Goncor, C. Dorsch. E. Pitowski, P. Hornett, ECORDED varied and outstanding achievements . . . led the school in the Community Fund Drive . . . garn- ered three hundred percent in the lvlarianist Drive. . . unstintingly promoted North-Central Ticket Sale . . . un- surpassed in the backing given Trojan yearbook . . . rated high scholastically with six honor students: Bray, Burkhart, Stout, Barbary, Depp and Brace . . . during first semester Braun, Harnett, Frye, Concar served as officers . . . suc- ceeded by Burkhart, l-larnett, Balkey, and Campanella at mid-year. . .ably guided by the cheerful Father lulius Falk "Excelsior" is the motto set for Sophomore year. ff 5-WWON' TECCE fi .:1.Q , f an 'bt- I... tu orrtgmi L sewn l CA-:PA-.ELLA P EA rf emamitt A15 L VE F-X C, AFTEFZ LL' CH PER 'OD rgn 1,45 re 1' FAR' TORT 4 VFQATL VT f 'Wm ' 'ws Quo, Q .1 vm vi i .bk Top Row: D. Duffola, J. Hatcher, R. Scheuering, W. Spencer, J, O'Mahony, P. Lone, T, Connor, J. Tevis. Third Row: S. Boothby, P. Blythe, N. Weigand, J. Gous, S. Butchko, A. Zendarski, J. Miller, C. Conino. Second Row: W, Devereaux, C. Currie, R. Sutton, C. Egnacheski, E. Wilker, R. Vance, M. Shine, J. Goetz, R. Zern. Front Row: J. McElligott, C. Boylan, A. Burnmer, E. Reithmiller, J, Fabac, R. Gaertner, G. Rombacher, G. Staab, R. Kelly, E. Olzewski, A. Gigler Absent: L. Strauss, N. Witl4OwS?5, T. Hennigan. 0 FRESHMAN K UDDINC genius evinced in their lively interest in sci- ence projects . . . designed and built model wells . . . collected specimens of plant life and minerals . . . out- standing in these scientific endeavors were: Steve Butchko, Andrew C-igler, Robert C-aertner. john Fabac, and john Mc- Elligott. . .active and lively the class made a fine showing in all drives . . . had a fair representation in most of the extra- curricular activities . . . Butchko carried away class honors scholastically, a consistent honor student . . . class officers. O'lVlahoney, Tevis. and Miller did fine work. . . inspirational leadership supplied by Brother B. Plogman, titular teacher. QAM mnounn ALL nun nnvs mv A CTIVITIES round out the social aspect of education . . . close associations and growing friendships . . . fostering re- ligious, mental and physical coordin- ation. T HEY were the well-spring of an esprit de corps . . . social adjustment and unity . . . developing a righteous selt-sur- render so necessary to be "Forever True." af'.fi f '1iet y Wjwf-f eff' f -FWUUUU falwff WWI, ufwf at Af Za alulpf Af 1 IU 'UQ' LLM. 'ky Wi YV ' 6 as 2 1 , i I I Alma! 1 ' " ' .4 . 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Rallinson Played by Robert Haberman Grand Opera Selection from "Faust". .. . . . . ,. .. ...Charles Gaunod "l Got Rhythm ",................ . . ..... .. ...., .................. .George Gershwin Schubert Songs .......,..........,...,..... ...... ...... S 5: ecial arrangement by Prof. Jas. Ruzza l. The Earl King 3. Ave Maria 5. Serenade 2. Hedge Rcse 4. Harkl Hark! the Lark MARCH-The Thunderer ...... .... ..... ............ ....... ....... . . . ...... . .... . J . P. Sousa MARCH-Los Banderilleros ........ .. .... .F. Volpatti SELECTION--The Student Prince.. .. ........ S. Romberg Chinese Wedding Procession. .... ,............ . ......... ................ L . Hosmer CLARINET SOLO-Scheherazade. ........ ..... . ...... .. .Rimsky-Korsakov Played by Ralph Eiler Turkey in the Straw-Humoresque ....... ..... .. . .. ..Max F. Denmark Liza from the Straw-Humoresque ...,. ...... .. .Max F. 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' " ,X 44 - - I VV my ii' HORTH Front Row: P. Roos, D. Roos, N. Maranowski, J. McLaughlin. Rear Row: C. Brady, D. Mende, E. Preskar. Standing: R. Krepp, R. Gartner, P. Cannon. Z TRUJHH Trojon-like to the core, Dick, Eddie ond Norb Iobor over the theme .... . "FOREVER TRUE" HHHUHL... Jim ond Paul serenely pose otter occomplishing o mosf tertul piece of photography. Schmitt, Colligon explain to Mr. George Koch it poys to odvertise. - 1. : 1. i 1 f i i 9 , L. QMS - S s ' ' ' i i .J n .r r N important phase of our extra-curricular activity was the publication of the bi-weekly newspaper, THE TROJAN NEWS. The paper filled an important position in the desired hook-up of the s..,dents with the various activities. Aside from this interesting principle, the paper provided the students with interesting and ofttimes very amusing reading matter, which penetrated deeply into the human aspect of the everyday life at North. The staff owed its greatest success to the un- tiring work of Brother George McKenzie SM., Brother Charles Roggeman SM., and Mr. Michael Accetta. OLD MEMBERS OF THE TROJAN NEWS Standing: R, Gartner, T. Hohmann, C. Brady, J. Miller, J. Weixel, D. Mende, P. Roos, D. Roos. Seated: J. McLaughlin, R. Thomas, R, Petrak, D. Marshall, D. Shenkel, R. Wagner, R. Scannell. 'i.1i.lr ,l 'flln LONG with the driving zeal of these members of the faculty no small amount of credit for the excellence of THE TROJAN NEWS was due to the unstinting long hours of services on the part of the staffs, old and new. Reporters rushing for news, typists humming a r' 'ning tune preparing copy, buzzing brains at the ,.ibbler's tables, ton- sorial art in cutting copy, pagenien nervously working to meet deadlines . . . all this and more tells the story of the publication of Tl-'E TROJAN NEWS. Richard Dunlap now pilots this school publication. NEW EDITORIAL HEADS OF 'UE TROJAN NEWS Standing: P. Oberst, W. Collier, B. Connelly, T. Burkhart, J. Bosco, J Witt, R. Sinagra. Seated: R. Hill, R. Dunlap. STUDEIIT COUNCIL Senior Class Officers: R. Thomas, Treasurer: J.Weix- el, Vice President, J. Miller, President: J. Voll, Secretary. ITHOUT gainsaying it the Student Council is the most important of student activities. To it the other activities of the school look for directive counsel and inspirational guidance. To coordinate student problems, scholastic, religious and social, this is the all-important task of the Student Council. Through it especially is effected that prudent, harmonious and efficient cooperation of faculty-student relationship. The Council meets bi-weekly under the leadership of the senior class officers and the faculty moderator. All meetings are conducted according to parliamentary procedure. ln re- spect of this last point the Student Council spared no pains 96 Top Row: R. Thomas, W. Gierl, T. Hohmann, J. Miller, D. Roos. Second Row: J. Weixel, J. Brennan, W. Wetzei, E. Hindes, J. Definer, T. C. Madden, J. Voll. Front Row: D. Shenkel, R. Hildebrand, R. Dunlap, J. Bosco, E. Flannery, R. Sippel. during the scholastic term i945-l946. Through the Debate Club they invfted Mr. John McGrath, a prominent lawyer of the city, to address representatives from the high schools and academies belonging to the Federation of Catholic High School Students to explain parliamentary procedure at large. The Council is composed of the presidents of the respec- tive classes and the heads of the student activities. Upon these two groups falls the responsibility of presenting the various points for student legislation. Each member of the above groups enjoy the right to vote on the propositions laid before the assembled Student Council. IIIHRIHIIIST ll E that shall have found me shall find life and shall draw forth sol- votion from the Lord" . . 4 these viords from the Book of Wisdom character- ize the spirit behind the annual Marianist Drive 4 . . Brothers and students are of one heart in this drive . . . endeavoring through the Marionist Magazine to have the Blessed Mother "better known, loved, and served" . . 4 "to perpetuate her love and cult." Climoxing o spirited drive which was inaugurated on Sept 28 and ended on Oct4 8 for subscriptions to the Marianist Maga- zine, the 28 classes at NC set an all time record of 2,3l3, 3l3 more than needed to meet the goal of 2,000 subscriptions, Bro- ? l l ther William Schmitt headed the drive4 TOP ROW: J. Kardos, W, ICSPP, G. Bauer, F. Kofrnehl, B. Wagner, W. Bedel, E. Zilavy. THIRD ROW: T, Ostrowski, R. Kenney, D. Kaelin, C. Muckle, M. Adamcik, R. Rockford, T. Mulkerin, N. Meier SECOND ROW: J. Knauss, E. Wesolek, D. Fearing, P. Kelly, A. Monkervich, A. Roos, J. Lerner, J. Sismour. FIRST ROW: W. Graham, E. White, J. Sfeg- man, W, Nalley, R. Wafeska, J. Bauer, J4 Vinski, W, Arringer, R. Rornboch. MW WENTY TWO students obtained l0 subscrip tions or more In the senior division Norbert Maranowski set the pace with Zl subscrip tions In the lun or division Joseph McGreevy l lD wth 3l John Schoppen lll: with 27 Joseph nz lil: alll l and Schrenk llF l0 took top honors Pacing the sophomores were Joseph Lhota l0B with 23 sub scriptions to his credit Leon Wiefling l0C 2: John Staab l0D 'D' and Alfred Cenker l0F with ll subscribers. Leading the freshman division were Thomas Roos, 96, and Thomas Mulkerin, 9D, eoch with l5. The following frosh obtained ten subscriptions each: David Gartner, George Bauer, John Letner, and Edmund Zilavy, all from 9D, John Adams, Leo Dettling, and John Feid, from 9B, Jack Henry and Joseph Stauff, from 9C, and Louis Krecek from 96. Lisnynnv 4 ,.. skvtaiyfog 'T GOD hot ks ore the lic,-droclf. i 4 nolnle spirits 'vi fift,i ri ideals receixe new gr -wth in biography youth is spurred on to im itation in drama the imagination is tired to studies in character lost in a good book the Troian is made into a lull man STANDING: R. GOETZ, J. MURRAY, J. 'NE, T. HURSEN, J. HEYL. HAVEN of studious seclusion and meditative contentment, this realm of booklore . . . serving ever to foster a growth in the spirit of being forever true , , , satiating youthful hearts in quest of the deeper realities of that spirit , . . directe ing the lighter strains of that same search towards higher aims . . , blending the mys- tical, mysterious and enchanting into a composite spirit of FOREVER TRUE. O lure the students to this well-spring of intellectual growth vivid displays portrayed the latest additions to the library shelves . . . a weekly bulletin also acquainted the students with timely reading for the week and the latest news topics. These accomplishments were the work of the literary Trojan-The Reverand Robert Brown, SM., librarian and the cooperative staff. That the students were conscious of the efforts of the librarian and staff to help them to grow in a deeper Trojan spirit of being forever true was best witnessed by the numbers that came to the library. SEATED: L. MULVIHILL, L. BLAHA, A. S '!JLTZ, G. PAVLIC, T. SCHVVAB, F. UBINGER, E. HINDES, W. WADS WORTH, R. WADSWORTH, S. MARLOVIT2 "3INGER. CIRCLE: G BOTTOM: S. MARLOVITZ, E. HINDES, T. '.. BLAHA, W, PAVLIC, T. BURKHART, J. KLINE. BV-'CRTH, R. WADSWORTH. HRT CLUB LAYING its most noble part, and that often most modestly, in the spread of the forever true Trojan spirit the Art Club was there. When an activity or an athletic tangle with friendly rivals needed that extra zest to carry over to victory the Art Club could be counted upon to line the school corridors, stage and auditorium walls with carefully executed posters indicative of their indomitable Trojan spirit. The club was under the quiet, gentle guidance of Brother Bernard Plogman. This organization can certainly claim great honors in the marvelous record of Catholic State Basketball Champions. Who shall ever forget the flying stream- ers unfurling the words-"WELCOME HOME STATE CHAMPS OF l946?" For the most part the small group that compose the club are unsung heroes. Yet the annals of i946 would be incomplete if the TROJAN YEARBOOK did not pay the club and its moderator a congratulatory tribute, since like no other organization it fosters a fuller development of the spirit FOREVER TRUE. ln the light of the theme of the present yearbook --Members of the Art Club may you carry on in promulgating the spirit of being forever true. ffih Topf J. Woiciechowslmi, E. Snyder, T. Hursen, BONOMI 'Standing' W. Crowley, W. Bedel, N, Kelsch W. Schneider, T. Hursen. 'Seated C He-rtwiclx, J Wojciechowski, E. Moqnclli l-lE pictures to the left carry their own message of self-sacrifice and devotion to a cause, necessarily embodied in a living spirit of being "For- ever True." They tell the story photo- graphically. l-lere the faithful members are plying their art in preparing the pos- ters for such big events in school life as, the opening football rally, the North Catholic-Central Catholic tussle, the Triduum in honor of the lmmaculate Conception, and the Marianist Drive. The more devoted members were given gold medals for their unstinting services to the student body. MEMBERS Eugene Magnelli, John Wojciechowski, Walter Bedel, Walter Arend, William Crow- ley, Edward Snyder, Thomas Hursen, Ralph and Norbert Kelsch, Elmer Ernst, and Hugh Gallagher. STANDING: W. BACHMAN, I-' LAHM. SEATED: C. GLASER, EBERHART, J. O'HAR, OME of the membe. the Aero Club hard c work in skycraft . . . con- structing the latest . . . Beech- craft Dl85 . . . the Ryan Fire- ball . . . the New Culver. . ,a Stinson Voyager l5O . . . a Trimmer Amphibian . . . the Republic Seabee . . . and the New Cessana C-l4O. G. EBERHART, J. O'HARA, Vv. BACHMAN. ERO Club members re- alized that all could not be pilots. ln fact very few of them could. That is why they turned to becoming technicians of one sort or an- other. Here you have them sending and receiving code. HE Aero Club is another of the quiet organ- izations at North Catholic, Brother Joseph Eberhart directs its activities. Here in room IO-4 the airminded found the materials to construct the latest models, and even ventured upon inven- tions in aircraft. To secure the latest information on aerial float- ing ships as well as to deepen their knowledge of flying craft the club perused the timely magazine "Skyways" in their regular gatherings, The members spent some time as well in the study of the mechanism of the airship, examining diagrams of motors and analyzing the principles of physics behind their operation. Discussions on ra- dar operation were also touched upon. Some mem- bers too delved into the study of code. Here no doubt the young pilots of an airminded nation were in the making. Symbolically through their hobby these members impressed upon themselves the teaching-to be forever true calls for highminded personalities. The Aero Club played an important part in school life . . . teaching the lesson of following hob- bies . . . encouraging the profitable use of spare moments , , . stirring the imagination to new find- ings. Thus the Aero Club contributed its mite to the fas! ng of a great pattern . , . to the pro- longc' i ofa great spirit, FOREVER TRUE . . . 4.1-1- 5 1 , 5 B. Connolly, T. Burkhart, R. lin, R. Sconnell, C. Brody, E. Wouchter. DEBHTE CLUB HE debate club was capably directed by Mr. john lVlcCirath, jr., for the scholastic year l945-l946. Though turning in a modest record of wins and losses, the club went a long way in preparing well in the forensic arts, -- a preparation that should augur well for future debating seasons. ln the course of the year the teams, nega- tive and positive, tangled with high calibre schools of the city, such as Elizabeth Seton, St. Augustine Academy, Sacred Heart School, Central Catholic and St. Vincent Preparatory. All of which groups formed the debating circles of the Catholic Students' Federation of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. A new feature in debating technique for this year was the organization of non-deci- sion tournaments. St. Ceorge's, St. Mich- ael's, St. Benedict's Academy, St. Augus- tine's, and St. john's were the scenes of these non-decision tournaments. The North teams placed well in all of these . . . garnering more than a modest record of triumphs. Still the season outcome was only fair. ln the diocesan elimination North Catholic tied for first place, but could gain only fifth place in the finals. Seniors on the debate roster were Charles Brady, john R. Miller, james McLaughlin, Robert Petrak, Donald Shenkel, William Smith and james Weixel. Completing the personnel and succeeding to the seniors were the following juniors: Thomas Burkhart, Brian Connoly, Richard Cunningham and Richard Dunlap. Resolved: That every able-bodied citizen of the United States should have one full year of military training before attaining the age of twenty- four. Petrak, J. Miller, R. Cunning- ham, D. Shenkel, J. McLaugh- THLETIC contests yield a preview of the give and take of life's pattern . . . A most wholesome experience . . . to be forever true follows such a pattern. TH LETICS give the grit to stare any foe in the eye and be unafraid. We thrill with pleasure for having had an ex- perience reflecting the power of Cath- olic training. ,eff N ll 90.1 MJ fi!- ewwl l 20114 ff "Li if X A My TW I 'X I 47,4 gb ax w ffl 40? ffffifgli ,L ,ff X 1 rwfflw , yfflyzftw ,if ffzy l , , ,' f ., f - 91563 1 6, ,K 'fr 6 1 Ann sou: W E'LL E'ER nr-:FENU JSA ATHLETICS T 'iff I 2 ,gg TRO COACH JOHNNY KARCIS ARD as nails. . . Coach John- ny Karcis builds champions , . . Brains, brown, and versa- tility best describe the top mon of the North Catholic football depart- ment. Faced with teaching the boys on entirely new system of play, Coach Korcis worked tirelessly to produce on outstanding team which garnered four wins and one tie against three losses. SCHERER, RELI HAN, FOERSTER LTHOUGH unable to capture their first victory over their orchrivols, Central, the l94'5- 46 Trojan gridmen compiled an en- viable record of four victories ond one tie against three losses. Facing only AA and A competition, the toughest opposition to face o North grid team, the Scorlet and Gold gridders rang up seventy-eight points while holding their opposi- tion to forty-five markers . . . We salute the l945-46 football squad, the best yetl A ac-L , ZQQ- 1 - 1 ' A ' :E AAS FO0TBHll SQUHD I9 SCOTT 6 Trojans began season against annual foe . . . scored early as Janaszek plunged . . . Foerster's placement added extra point . . . both teams threatened in second period without success . . . Rogel scored for Scott in third period but conversion failed . . , North scored twice in final quarter . . . Angelici highlighted contest with sev- enty yard punt return for North's se- cond tally . . . Foerster intercepted Raider pass . . . Set stage for touch- down . , . Tevis heoved twenty-two yards to Scherer for final score . , . Trojans squelched Raider hopes , . line played brilliantly. 6 McKEESPORT I2 Squad played Tigers in second meeting . . . first quarter showed little offen- sive action . . . McKeesport recovered North fumble . . , McGuire raced over from three yard line . . . North threat- ened in second period . . . Reached McKeesport twenty-five , . , lost ball on interception . . . Tigers in front as half ended 6-O . . . North retaliated in third period . . . Colligan dashed eighty-six yards for touchdown to tie score . . . Janaszek plunged . . . failed to add extra point . . . fourth quarter fumble spelled North's doom . . . Tigers recovered on North six . . . Trojan line held for three downs . . . McGuire broke off tackle for final score. ANGELICI JANASZEK COLLIGAN HUCKESTEIN BRENNAN SCHMITT KABLACH MADISH "F j - L K -,iss gf 'air' :,- ' ,-- -g' 5 ., '4sm,,,,s 0 , ' . , . . ' ' . wan- S ' . 45- ' - , - . ' ' .+G - AA.-s X r .kxzif ,F-. 5 . X- - fr, ,'S"'1 ' S T-'!'f.4'-' X X xxx, g 1 ' . , . .-- ,---If-1- r-,X -.fax ffmgw 'Q N. I9 6 0 I2 21 I3 7 0 49, OPP. 6 I2 0 3 6 NEW KENSINGTON 6 20 7 Trojans renewed annual rivalry with Stallions under lights . , . Stowe threatened on ground assaults . . . forward pass set ball on North four . . , Mallica scored on end run . , . conversion failed. . . second quarter showed little action . . . Trojans gained touchdown in third quarter of play . . . Angelici passed thirty yards to Scherer for score . . . Foers- ter's placement blocked . . . further scoring averted . . . both teams made futile attempts to reach pay-dirt . . . North took to air . . . lines held fast . . . whistle sounded ending game in tie. Quips took beating from Trojans for first time . . . North received kick-off , . . battered way deep into Aliquippo ter- ritory. . . Jonaszek plunged over. . . North rallied again in second period . . . Indians fumbled with Trojans recovering . . . Angelici passed to Foerster within shadow of goal . . . Janaszek went through center for touchdown , . . Krepp shined on end runs . . . Indians took to air in effort to put over score . . . North backs broke up pass attempts . . . fast Trojan line stopped Quip running plays , . . Indians failed to cross North goal-line. Top Row: R. Hennig, T. Cummings, L, Paul, T. Reardon, R. Madish, H. Tevis, DeLuca, W. Mogus, Coach Karcis. Middle Row: J. Colligan, J. Schmitt. R, Krepp, R. Janaszek, W. Gierl, A. Angelici, Dunn, R. Scherer. Front Row: G. Sobien, G. Hein, E. Schnieder, R. Huckestein, R. Brennen, W. Vogel. P' +, 'iv ITIIIIIIII GROUPS HE North Catholic Junior Varsity, whose prime objective is to gain experience for the coming sea- sons, went a step further and proved themselves more capable in ringing up a perfect record of four victories. Organized for the first year as a separate unit of North athletics, the jayvees, coached by Brother Nicholas Wagner and Elmer Hein '43, amassed a total of seventy-eight points to their opponents' two markers and bright- ened the pigskin outlook for future seasons at North LTHOUGH faced with an abbre- viated schedule, thirty-eight freshman hopefuls donned uni- forms daily for practice sessions at Cowley Field. Managing a record of one win, three losses and one tie, the Frosh came through to defeat and tie Millvale l9-O and 6-6, but in turn received hard hammerings from the North Jay- vees, 33-O, New Kensington Junior Varsity, 20-6, and Phillips AC. l9-l4. Y' Ci COACHES JOE THOMAS AND JOHN KARCIS GET TOGETHER FOR CONFER- IUNIOR VARSITY Row D Smith J ays le i n R Ml-lugh J Reihar' W bacher W Ceoring T Hclftrich M Daley C Rauch Bottom Coach Thomas R Carish D Anqelici E Kre R Schrenk L Young R McClure R Davis T Beck Mgr FROSH FOOTBALL Top Ro 2 1-fzf C ' i A .u.,.y:, ll. g ' QQ i, .K i W R x X J C o tom Row: B , :i i s miwer ' i ,- in r Q wir ui Qi' Kari i X nd VS Kr 'WWC' 'Wu HZ 'N' Come : ia, er CQ: iis Mgr 1,3 ANGELIC! Fight, Trojan Warriors, Go win this game. March on to victory Onward to fame. Fight, Trojan Warriors, Dare' Do! or Die? O'erwheIm the foe Men of North Catholic High! Fight, Trojan Warriors, tight? We're behind you, Red and Gold? Fight, Trojan Warriors, fight? Like the warriors of old! Rah? Rah! Trojans, Rah! Rah? Rahf Trojans, Rah? Rah? 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' f ' 'S' 'bflaiifaf f"'42fQ'zX Z1x,f.'ygff'-fx' .sv , Q - .XS x , - ,wif W M74 fam EARDON .9-4.1 L h, ,- lwgdnlr' 45 gf HEHQ NZ GERL MORRB VOGEL RELH4AN SCHNMTT :din DELUCA DUNN vm , , its ,K 52. ai' I V' W. 44, A ' ff 4145, f 'sk 234g- 15' w?L'5g! ff 'W 41 7 NEW CASTLE New grid foe raked havoc on Trojan eleven . . . Janaszek broke avsay early in initial period . . . ran fifty-five yards for touchdown . . . Foerster added extra point. . . New Castle stopped in scoring threat . . . Lawrence Countians reached happy sod in se- cond period . . , Panella carried ball over . , . con- version was good . . , third quarter lacked scoring threats. . . New Castle pushed ahead in final frame . . . Qall scored on short run . . . Castlites added one more for good measure . . . Panella raced over for final marker . . . North tried the air without success, C HEERlEHDERS '7 MHHHGERS CANINO ',OlLIfN BECK BABICA HENNIG O CENTRAL 7 Oakland rivals garnered title for third straight year . , . North received kick-off . . . penetrated Viking territory on first three plays . . . scoring de- signs thwarted . . . Janaszek punted out on Viking ten . . . ball exchanged hands frequently . . . Frankowski received North punt on Central sixteen . . , dashed sixty-four yards down sidelines . . . An- gelici made sparkling tackle . . , Vikings drove to North three . . . Frankowski plunged over the goal . . . conversion succeeded . . . both teams tried hard in final half . . . North eleven had several scoring opportunities . . . failed to make good . . , game ended with Central on top. HDAVV' ROOS "BILL" SMITH 'll'iOl5" FEKETIC "DON" REAMS WALT" WADSWORTH COACH IOE THOMAS ETURNING to North after four years In Uncle Sam s servuce un assumung but masterful Coach Joe Thomas took over the renns of the North cagers and took luttle tnme In showmg them wjnntng ways With only two hold overs from the prevjous year s varsnty he developed a squad wuth ex ceptuonal basketball savvy second to none Cothollc A State Champlons of 1946 CTIOVX such as s portrayed on the op c A ST CHAMFHONS at rl Acrt artful gmt h the val' al ng wth peed tj l hand tn thjs se c c Q svwsh n et shots of frfjrwncn Und Bcots lJOumlJCCk J 5 f W l mt l r l BHSHETBHLL HE l 946 edatlon of Trojan cagemen possesslng grut determnnatron and skull to wan ball games fast and crafty composed of four seniors seven junnors one soph all real champlons IIITI Brennan dlmnnutnve senior fast as greased lnghtnjng good match for all tall opposition tricky passer makes long shots wuth little effort three years on varsuty Bob Baumbeck sensor smooth ball handler fnrst year varlsty player hugh point man of squad expert on delayed action shot advances to basket from elther side shoots wlth a hard push Ray anaszek sensor rangy center controls boards gets best of jump ups scrap p great asset In punch good scorer deadly on foul shots Dick Rauluk junlor passes and catches vvnth equal assurance consistent scorer famous for push shot comung up center uses henght to help lanaszek take It off the boards two years on va rslty Art Morgan junlor smooth all around second year on varslty rntercepts opponents passes wnth regularlty ou standung for makung nmposslble shots also deadly on long shots Al DeLuca junior excellent on defensnve moves luke Zephyr plays a scrappy game good on takung rebounds fnrst year on varsuty oe Bush junuor capable replacement at plvot spot a and rangy shunes on both defense and offense furst year at varsity positron labeled for future use Oscar Rau small but scrappy junuor an tangles wuth the best of them favorlte shot IS push Bull Schnebel junnor good shot plays well at guard posltlon Don Bernard sensor flrst year on varslty squad all biggest man on squad excellent lay up artnst Bob Madlsh junuor jonned squad at mud season speedy good push shot Harry Schmitt only soph on squad sma l and fast fnrst varsrty year , . . I . , . . G ' I t- ' - . . . t II l I B 'l A 1 1 1 I l .. . jwfflv VGQC 0fD'O'm WC U'll"0'W' 'C' from directly aside basket in far corners ffjlgl of the Cath-:lj N H ATE ... ' . . U ' ' ... l f l9 5 l' f . . . ' ' . . . Cml C l- ' 'j 5 A . . . ' ... ' I nl eccjmye a? I Q all f Y ,Ut ' thl stagf for th-, 4 Q s . JW77 - ' N, ' ,,, rn-. 3 j I l l - - - D l D ' . . . CHQ jrfrjl hg ti -Qcptlorf, vvrrrlfjng all for nm- I O j - j j j IVY. ' 1 ' til ' I j , . . , l 5 'L I .z an , Ski is BRENNAN SCHERER SCHMITT BAUMBECK RAULUK BUSH H6 HE Troy Hill passers, coached by Joe Thomas gained the Western Pennsylvania Regional Catholic Title by nosing out a 34-33 victory over Cathedral Prep at East High court before l4OO fans. Dick Rauluk, North guard, made only two points. But that field goal, with one and a half minutes left to play, gave the Trojans a thrilling conquest-their 24th of the campaign against only six defeats. Rauluk took a pass from an out-of- bounds maneuver and as Cathedral's defense fal- tered, he dribbled in for a down-the-middle looper to decide the hard fought encounter. While Rauluk's looper brought victory, North also benefitted through the remarkable shooting of little Jimmy Brennan, forward, who made sixteen points from eight fielders. North started slowly with Prep leading, 6-2, at the first quarter. Baumbeck's fielder tied for the Trojans at lG-all. Later, Brennan made three field- ers in a row to put North ahead, l6-l3, at the in- termission after the Trojans had made l4 points to seven for Cathedral. Then came the neck-and-neck third quarter fight which ended with North leading 29-27, after pacing 25-l3 at one time but Prep fought back desperately to reduce the score, BERNARD JANASZEK MORGAN SCHNEBEL 0F HISTORIC One of Genck's fouls tied the score ot 29-29 in the fourth period. Then Trombetto mode a free throw and White got a set shot. But Ray Jonoszek also sank a set fielder as North trailed, 32-31. Both White and Trombetta missed flings at the hoop in the speedy play until both Laird and Baurnbeck sank free throws on o double foul. Shortly thereafter Rouluk broke behind the Prep defense, snared a pass and swished in the vinning field goal. Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Press 44 40 4I 43 57 35 46 51 SI 40 44 44 58 43 37 42 35 37 50 41 50 36 48 52 37 54 45 45 35 35 34 45 RAU FISCHER VARSITY SEASON RECORD St. Basil Z8 Fifth Avenue Z6 St. Casimir Z9 Lemington 45 St. Joseph, Mt. Oliver 26 Etna 29 Oliver 3l Langley 25 Donora 53 St. Justin 34 St. Joseph, Mt. Oliver Z7 St. Joseph, Natrona Z6 Sf. Basil 30 St, Vincent Prep 24 Clark 4l St. Veronica 35 Etna 22 Central 33 Clark 39 St. Casimir 38 Burgettstown 32 St. Veronica 34 Burgettstown 39 St. Justin 43 Alumni 38 St. Vincent Prep 34 St. Thomas 55 Central 61 Avonworth 32 Central I8 Erie 33 Allentown Central -I2 II7 I I At one stage of the third period the Trojans were eleven points behind, 33 to 22, but with five minutes to play went into a 39 to 38 lead and later 41 to 40, and from there on home they were never headed. The Pittsburgh team, an aggregation of tall, rangy lads with plenty of basketball savvy, looked good even when they were behind throughout the first half. They generally had one, and sometimes two, players down free under their own basket on a fast break, and though they missed a lot of shots in that first half, managed to cash in on them in the last two periods. Bob Baumbeck was the individual scoring star for the winners as he tossed up six field goals and three fouls to take high scoring honors for the game with fifteen points. Jock Booros and George Kinek were the top in- dividual scorers for the losers with twelve points each, the latter leaving the game on personals in the closing period just before the Trojans were able to take over the leadership. Courtesy of The Allentown Call-Chronicle Q V . . Q , X., ff .4 xx-4. 725-Q g , - yy ry, f 3 np," nr' ',',,A. A W 1 -. , . f , 1 , A 5, I-I :lx .1 L. , 1, . V , ' f"""--7f..--"ik-- .bf 15-2'in.,-- 5-...,f-" f'-' , ,ii R, . - f ,'- ,Q J: 'A 'lm '- gk 5' .3 mx 2.1 "Y . 1. Q N fx ' vm Q. ' ' I r ,. . .. L ,y ., ' I 1 ,K-.ry , , X 1 vy ,-' -I -V Y irq," 1,42 UW KK' K 4 1 ,fy , .f . I A w A, ., ,MY , ji' ?p 6 L! l V :ff Alix 4, jf , i 439 -7-iff:-.' 3 2,5 if , 1: g, .3 , QA., 5 .f ?,f:,,fff ,fu IW 1, .. rv-fr-vu x 54 3 3 1 ti kk nr I2l FIVUEE FISHETEERS Robert Madish 1271, William Far- bacher 18l, Harry Schmitt 141, Robert Brennen 1151, Joseph Beck 114i, Herbert Stauff 123i, Thomas Beck, 157, Coach Joe Thomas, Oscar Rau 13i. IUNIOR VARSSTY SEASON RECORD 33 St. Wendelin 27 Fifth Avenue 25 F2 Casimir 19 Czwley 42 Sr. foseph, Mt. Sliver 18 Etna 25 St. Mary of the Mourt 29 Donora 35 St. Justin 36 St Joseph, Natrarz: 29 St. Vinc-..t Prcp 26 Clorl: 33 St. Veronica 24 Etna 21 Central 33 Clark 40 St. Casimir 37 Burgettstown 31 St. Veronica 40 Burgettstown 27 St. Justin 25 St. Vincent Pup 32 St. Thomas 35 Central 21 Avonworth 37 Central 122 OASTING stclior performers in Joe Bush, Oscar Rau, Bob Madish, Hariy Schmitt and Eiiil Farbacher, the junior var- sity cagers emerged victorious in sixteen contests of their lengthy twenty-four game schedule. Coached by Brother Nicholas Wagner S.M., their crowning achievements included decisive double victories over St. Vincent Prep, St. Justin, St. Veronica and Burgettstown Reserve squads, and singfe wins over such tough opponents as St. Casimir, Etna, St. Thomas and Clark jayvees. In their three game series with the Central Reserves, how- ever, they were oi 'y Obie to 5-ke out cn: sanitary. a 35-34 win on the Vikings' home, court. Jayvee m. mbers who saw varsity action include Bush, Mod- ish, Schnebel, Schmitt and Farbacher, who are preparing to take up Positions on tho sciiool's main squat! next season. Among these Joe Bush or: "Duke" Mc-:iish have been tagged as candi- dates for first str E 13 he-rthf. RUSH REE IOPEFUL victories. . .disappointing losses . . . hard, gruel- "'i ing practice sessions . . . all had their place in the lives of l youthful Frosh cagemen. Sporting a near perfect record of fifteen wins to only four setbacks, the freshman hoopsters have prepared themselves to take up junior varsity chores next season. Outstanding in their brilliant record was a seven game win ning streak during which they polished off Calhoun Junior High, Hampton Junior Higl., St. Basil and Oliver jayvecs, along with Sophomore classes IOP. cfzf ECE, Flashing their best style they had little trouble overcfrning Senior B in their greatest upset of the season, 28-4. Coach Johnny Karcis who mentors the Frosh basketeers, sees future varsity material in 'aridouts Donald Gmuer, Thomas Roos, and Joseph Rodgers, i: Q of whom are prolific scorers and flashy ballhandlers on the defense. Circle: J. Fortino, J. Hutter, J Jugovic, T. Jugovic, J. Kordos, W Vrbonic, P. lntrieri, K. Kramer, J Siekoniec. Front: D. Gmuer, J. Rodgers, T Roos, Coach John Korcis. FRESH MAN :MASON RECORD Sophomore F 8 Calhoun 28 Olivgr J.V. 29 Calhoun 15 Lt. Bosil J.V. ll Vornpton I0 Oliver J.V. I3 Sophomore A I5 i'.v.'ptcn I4 'V-phomore E 9 Sophomore '7 I4 F:"1l'non D l ".'.,::he,ter Indians 20 latimer 20 'L Athcnosius I3 ' os' ma 1 B I0 Frcshnm-1 H I3 Junior 5 25 Sen?-:r B 4 123 HERE were many occasions which broke up the routine of our studies. We re- member the joy in anticipating them and the regret we felt in seeing them go. HEY are not all gone. We have stolen some with our cameras and give them to you in enduring form. Here they are . . . a picturization of our school life. v ' I wwf ' ! all MJ ' 1 . 1-sinh W "- 9 ' , if 9 l 69559, :LQ if e 1 9:- Q ag . 0 ,QQ 2 M L, 5" A if 1432-49 ufwwwl fff' 1? :fig of 4' L MJ ltfigfg wjlll V .f' if I "1 6 'Vip W eP A :-1 u n , 's gg" w gf 1 325 .Q ,., -, r K. , kffizzgi Q55 rw 1 4. sq 4 fi 'Q V332 '22 . 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JUJIII P11 I IIUIIJ S M BASSICK 537 Trnpolu Street N S Pttsburgh Pa MICHAEL BLAHA Florist Store Etna Greenhouse Aspnnwall AUGU T A BORZA Funer Durector 2439 Colnfornua Ave RICHARD S BRANDT Mortlclan Perrysvnlle Road Perrysvnlle P JOHN F BRUNNER CO Plumbung Contractors 233I Calntornua Ave EDWARD C DAUM Hardware NORTH SIDE DISPATCH Largest Weekly on N S J Mnlton Hammond Publusher JOSEPH F DORSCH Instructor ot Hawauan Gultar Pane M I J JOHN T FORD Coal and Haulung 28 Park Ave Etna P MR M H GEISLER Gersler Transfer Co I206 Llnden Pl FREDJ GIGLER Real Estate and Insurance TID North Ave Mnllvole Pa MRS LOUISE GREB Greb s Bakery 220 Grant Ave Mullvale P GUYSUTA POST NO 709 Veterans of Foreugn Wars Sharpsburg ID P CHARLES L HAHN Meats and Produce North Sade Market F C HINKELE7 BROS INC Flowers Wellzngton 2l00 VAL HOHMAN Hardwood Floors 3925 Evergreen Road N FRED HOLLER Cleaner and Furrler I I2B Sprung Garden Ave HUGO KELLER Meats C Groceries PETER T KOCH Prescription Optucuan 403 Putt Bank Bldg MR AND MRS PAULJ KINNEY The Glass Shop Antiques 250 So Mann St Zellnople Pa FRANK H KIRK 230l Clark Building Pnttsburgh 22 P LABINS CAFE Lunch Refreshments B34 East Ohno St M A LUCAS Meats and Grocernes 2201 Irwin Ave N S Wm McLUCKlC Northern Hotel 20 II East Ohuo St N S r rl ' r' r ' r ' rl I' T 1 T sl ,- 5 , . 5, a, ' , I , a. , .S. 623-625 E, Ohuo St. t I007 James St., N. 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I . 6 JUJIII PII IUIIJIIJ C J MILLER Clem s Inn 2I I I Perrysvulle Ave C J NARDINA Wholesale Produce North Slde Market N S NATIONAL TYPEWRITER Cv OFFICE FURNITURE CO Furniture and Ottlce Machines 5 Wood St Pittsburgh 22 Pa MR DAVID S NEWMAN Attorney 703 Farmer s Bank Bldg Pgh Pa NIEDERST S RESTAURANT Fune Foods 623 East Ohio St Wellington Pharmacy 644 Center Ave West Vnew THE NORTHERN LIGHT CO 2I9 E Ohlo St N S Pittsburgh Pa NYE S RESTAURANT Spaghetti and Hot Sausages 4I0 East Ohuo St FATHER OCONNOR GUILD IXatlvlty Parish Franklnn Rd N S Pgh Pa JOSEPH A PAPPERT C1 SONS Funeral Directors 7II Lockhart St Pgh Pa PITT PAINT CO Parnts Glass and Painters Supplles 829 E Ohio St RAINBOW RESTAURANT Chance Foods 630 East Ohio St N S FRANK RIMOLT 3000 Shadeland Ave N S Pittsburgh Pa RHEIN FUNERAL HOME 333 Butler Street Etna P PAUL C ROBINSON Pharmacnst 5I6 Federal St -4th Floor WILLIAM ROENISCH Meats and Groceries 9Il Chestnut St N S ROSS 57 RAGO Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables 2000 Smallman St Pgh Pa SOUTH MAIN HOTEL 40I South Mann St Sharpsburg Po SUPERIOR LUNCH Home Cooked Meals 716 East Ohuo St N S VICTORY SUPER MARKET Groceries and Meats 427 Butler St Etna Pa JULIUS WERNER RESTAURANT Seo Food A Specnalty 9l0 Madison Ave N S J T WHITFILL Ameracan Antnques and Pedagreed Cocker Spaniels Wexford Route I 9 JOSEPH I WINSLOW Attorney 603 Law and Finance Burldnng r rl ' r' 1 r ' r ' rl I' T Su u T 4 , a. JoHN W. Noorvs, PH. cs. i I ' ' ' . Plumbing and Heating Systems Clf fafhnlic, Installed by E CRO HEATING CONTRACTING AND AND PLUMBING ENGINEERING 245 No th Ne Ile St e PITTSBURGH r vi r ef Phone: Museum I445-I-446 PENNSYLVANIA D QUE E UNIVERSITY Address the Registrar Pltlshur ll 19 Pd 'ik in PENNSYLVANIA Sk Y I C Q Qlce Cream QUOtlCHtJ How many quarts of Ice Cream dld Americans eat In I9427 In what country do you thunk Ice Cream was frrst made? Why IS Ice Cream especially needed ln an adults duet? Why as our necessary In all good Ice Cream? 940 d nofx o an IO aaa d p IO op o a o L44 M a u4o 4 o s a p as a as o o oo an O1 a d o s IO 4 assa sa 'dd oe aol A044 a o oa aol D 3 33I I0 910 D RIIICKJ' Drvlslon of Natlonal Darry Products Corp Alu ax s Alon Dclzcmus OOO OO9 I P9 09 0lfL?l"0LflfL ULIILOVL5 To the Graduates of the Class of I946 NORBERT H WEIDNER AND ASSOCIATES IIth Floor Farmers Bank Burldrng Relrance Lrfe Insurance Company PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA ATIan'rlc 2235 BUILDING SPECIALITIES 00 Manufacturers Representatlves 9SI Century Bldg Prffsburgh 22 Pa Telephone Atlantrc I89O I-Ialdeman KeIIer F johnson Representmg Art Metal Consfructron Co Amerrcan Sanitary Partrtron Co Certarn teed Products Corp Cornell Iron Works Inc Crab Orchard Stone Co General Bronze Corp I-Ierrnng I-IaII Marvin Safe Co Mefaloc Company Phrllpp Manufacturing Co The Ventrlouvre Co 0 . . . I. ' ' ' . 2. ' ' . 3. . . . , . . 4. . . . . I I 1 U 1 ' "1I!U-I FIUU U OHM p4 u o A u p,noA '41 4no I 'DJFUX 4 orus asou 4 4 r ug Surg I q IMJSLII pin M umum IILISII o ll aAr6 O1 ua rj 1 UI p d rum sg my 1- sulLuo4lA pu Imaurw r u g ns Lu JD 'E ' I ur p cu 4s1g4 som cu JD 'Z 'LU 91 I 'S' 000' ' ' umsu s onuacuy gt-64 UI 'I I na h , l -3 'uv I Z I , . . I. F. . 4 Brunn s Beauty Salon Compliments Of Beautify The Hair with a HEATLESS PERMANENT CIRCLETTE WAVE Zwicks Service Station O North Side Deposit Bank Bldg. 5I6 Federal Street North Side PITTSBURGH PA FAITTBX 9346 9I 5 East Ohio St Pittsburgh I2 Pa D J KENNEDY C0 PA Y COAL AND COKE READY MIXED CONCRETE FACE BRICK LU M B E R Telephone Cllurehill 7100 Braddock Ave and P R R I O O O PLASTERING MATERIALS MORTAR MATERIALS o r I Compliments of RASOWS aU i Pivaronas Bros. Bakery, Inc "Famous For Diamonds" BAKERS OF SUPERIOR PRODUCTS IEWELERS - OPTICIANS I426-28 Iuniafa Sf. 733 East Ohio St N S PITTSBURGH PA N S PITTSBURGH I2 PA CE 7009 ILDING AND INDUSTRI LUIVIBER TIMBERS PATTERN LUMBER STOCK AND SPECIAL MILLWORK STAIRS DOORS SASH TRIM PREBLE NEAR ISLAND AVENUE CEdar 6700 N S PITTSBURGH PA W. H. WILLIAMS LUMBEII IIIIMPIINY 42 RONEN ETH D IRY C0 1357 Herman Street Cedar 7200 PITTSBURGH I2 PA Our I-lomogenuzed Mllk Standard Mulk Buttermilk Whnppnng Cream and Table Cream are used and served exclusively IH the kntchen and cafeteria ot North Catholuc Hugh School L C RUSSEN EUIVIPIINY FUNERAL SERVICE Renovators and Cleaners ot HATS MRS L D REEL 334 Fourth Avenue 2l5W Ohio St N S Puttsburgh Pa Fnrst Floor Between Wood and Srnlthtlelcl Sts PITTSBURGH PA YZ? CHAS. C. 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Direct Reduction Mortgage Loans Savings Insured to 85000.00 FINE QUALITY 6 Z DEEP SEA FISH IIURTII SIDE Hsu Ann ovsren co BEER LIQUGRS W I N E S 2650 Caluforma Ave Stand 24 25 N S MARKET N S PITTSBURGH PA SAMUEL MCKNIGHT HARDWARE CO Builders Hardware Contractors 8' MIII Supplies PAINT GLASS TOOLS 225 227 Federal Street N S PITTSBURGH PA NORTH BOROUGH BRANCH 529 LINCOLN AVENUE BELLEVUE PA I ' . . . . , . n n 9 e Q S v 1 n o y o , , Phone FA. 8158 Res. FA. 5095 E' I' HERGENROEDER ALL LOCAL BEERS EDW P MOCK BEER DISTRIBUTOR I-453 Sprung Garden Ave N S PITTSBURGH I2 PA Regtstered In Pennsylvama 800 CENTURY BUILDING Compliments JOHN ,I KANE County Cornm1ss1oner Allegheny County GEdar 5234 M Benlamm Prop Whlte Front Meat Market SMOKED MEATS RETAIL 720 22 East Ohio St N S PITTSBURGH PA O O . of HOME DRESSED, FRESH AND . . , 46 x sit? flxx REAL ESTATE CHAS.R. VIEITERSHAUSEN , 1-7 . -Y ra rw gmc! AGENCY IBII Chas A Welfershausen Success to Agency M46 GRADUATES 617 E Oh'o ST eet FA103O NS Pttsb gh Pa 'ik Complzments 0 Compliments O BERKLEYS PHARMACY Center Ave SL Perry H1ghXNHY Samual ,I Tllden ASSOCl3tl0H 1137 Metropohtan St ao. " nosoo ". .lc onnn U' 'o: , iz .2 5 . l Q.. , ..o. 99 -:nf X53 if . I r ik i .. i ur , . 9 if ik if . 7 e Ier Manufacturing Compan Pole Line Hardw are and Constructlon Speclalltles PITTSBURGH I5 PA Sharpsbu rg Post Office Be Sure You Get CH KIVIPIUN Ca I Grant 1 3121 gkig, I ICHAMPION COAL Get the most comfort for the least cost per f d t winter burn Champlon Coal Youll In r Ch on makes less smoke and less ash amp Coal lasts longer too because each shoveltull gives more value more heat per ton Champion foal I 0 Subsldlary of Pittsburgh Coal Co 409 Wood Street Pittsburgh Pa Portable Equipment Electric and Acetylene WELDING and CUTTING Maintenance and Repair of Automobile and Truck Services Fender G Body Work Painting Springs Generator C7 Starter Batteries Motor Tune Up Radiators Shock Absorbers TRIANGLE WELDING 00 210 214 Penn Ave Pittsburgh Pa Convenient Downtown Location L Q, T . ll i . ,V 1, I Sgr : K I ': is . . if N All Types of Equipment by Welding IULIUS KARNER Nothing perks up the appetite more than tempting preserves and iellies from Sexton's Sunshine Kitchens. They are famous in 48 states for their pure fruit goodness. 3 R f ,-f-'Mlm f X ,sg .- Ai i g I- . g as ""A I' TAVERIXI BEER LIQUORS CHOICE WINES S XTDN leant 2 N S Pittsburgh Pa HARRIII Roofing Warm Arr Heating Air Conditioning Ventnlatlng Sneet Metal Work and Weldnng Rock Wool Insulation Storm Wnndows ETNA P O BOX 9535 Telephone PITTSBURGH 23 PA S'l'erIlng O62l JOH CO. DRUGS eeieseeeiee BMHERS Knee seeviee siiitee OWLIO LIfVL8lfLf5 0 Charles M Derseh Q0 0 S SH E 739 East Uhie Street Ptth g P Automotive Maintenance FOR QUALITY DIVCO TWIN PARTS C1 SERVICE I AND VEGETABLES ' . CEdar 7746 Troy Hill R . N, S. PIT . I st hio treet U S N. S. Pittsbu . ICHENLAUB FOR BETTER FURNITURE Hospital and lnstltutlonal FIIPHIEIIPL Main Office and Snow Room 35OI-3 Butler Street PITTSBURGH PA. Telephone: FAirfax 7770 UNITED PLATE GLASS COMPANY Compliments ot REV FRANCIS M HOFFMANN REV FRANCIS W HUNGERMAN Max Perllsteln PITTSBURGH PA REV FRANCIS C MASSUNG CONCURD LIBERTY SAVINGS AND LoAN AssoclATloN HOME LUANS INSURED SAVINGS mir it it if if Sk I27 Anderson Street I Spare Tame IS Hobby Tnme Enyoy It Wntb Models From IILINNS IVIIIIIIIL HOBBIES BI4 Liberty Avenue PITTSBURGH 22 PENNA Model Airplanes Model Raulroads Model Boats Model Race Cars Model Gas Motors Model Supplies PROIE 81 GOOGAN HEATING C0 HEATING AND ROOFING SUPPLIES Dlstrnbutors for V I KI N G HEATING COOLING COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR UNITS AND ELATERITE 6l I7 I9 Broad St E End MO 9300 IIECAPPING We use Grade A Truck Rubbcr on ALL our Recaps Guaranteed Expert Vulcanlzlng NEW G USED TIRES NEW GATES BATTERIES BYRNE BROS TIRE QHOP 8163 Bennett sf CH I ee Troy HIII Real Estate and Insurance Agency LAWRENCEJ KIICH GENERAL INSURANCE Alderman Only Good Insurance IS Cheap We Have lt' I6IO Lowrue Street PITTSBURGH I2 PA 9 . . I PITTSBURGH 6, PA. . - 5 SCHELLHAAS 81 SON FUNERAL How Hun Marlm E Mlhm 7 707E S FAf 603 g 22d23d2 GLENSHAW GLASS cu mc GVLQLWQZ GLENSHAW PA WONDER BAKERS Ph PM O9 C pl' of O5- R p ' g the ' 6 NS. P' b h P. 4 h 625th Wards C pl' f Q if? il? 'r of the if 'yfy if e ir ax 4 5 !9A0LL0gra!0!L5 of fQ31f5Ifi1fLc:fi01fL EVANS STUIJIU 714 East Street Phone: Fairfax 4611 N S PITTSBURGH PA OPEN EVERY DAY VERY REV H J KILLMEYER V F LL D PASTOR ALLISON PARK PA TROY H INSURED SAVINGS Any Amount-Any Time HOME LOA NS... for all no ser' purposes vnce charge repa I ILL FEDERAL SAVINGS A 1701 LOWRIE STREET PITTSBURGH CE 8238 ND LUAN A y ike rent SSOCIATIUN QQHUM5- IZ, PA. 5' '0 H- I open daily 7 I 2 ,swung 4, 4 YB' uuxvv 1,0 X Q. of voun . gf I-nuvmuv Q Ig: 7 z 1 I 316- U, I. Q Hoon. f wi? jLufzma,L Q ol lfuzrfmn, J.I Hgan Bro. Compliments of the CATHOLIC OBSERVER X0-UNI r l 5-fc-A A 1 WM 2 15:1 - l American Legion is Three Hills Post PITTSBURGH No 5 6 5 Fort Prtt Hardware Ce rLb t Pttb gh22 P Complrments STANDARD FLOOR C0 if 0 of ' The 80' i er y Ave. i S ur , a. Catering to Private Parties HUSII-VILLII IIIIFE IO6 E. Robinson Street N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA. Specializing in ITALIAN DISHES All Kinds of Drinks CEdar 9983 jack Cancilliere prop A. C. GIERL AIR CONDITIONING ROOFING 6' SHEETMETAL WORK IOOI Spring Carden Ave N S PITTSBURGH PA Cedar 0835 siriffvfr Qfunli, PARK DRIVE dgnvmaqca, We Have Served The Following North Catholic High School Holy Chost Academy Mt Mercy Academy Church of the Annunciation Felician Sisters St Athanasius Toner Ins itute PA FREYVOGELCD PA I N TE RS 0fco1eAro,Qs slam Mnkfks I t. J7 iz 519 5IiddIeSt NS' FAM-1x P266 Compliments of STAR ELECTRIC C0. A P TRON LOUIS HAHN 81 SON Cmnplinlunrx Of YELLUW UAB Grant 8100 COVVAN MFG CO CQMPLETE ,0 6 SERVICE PCR THE HOMI: and INDUSI RY CHROMIUM iASS NILC I 116 MENDOTA ST PITTSBURGH 12 5 1 Complzm . Raymond J Cullum -iff 2'1- 254 XL N 4:1 u n 'P J' L 'Q 3 , , o s 0 SILVER - CADMIUIVI - ZINC - COPPIRJL -I3f- - "IE,-TIN 0 Y ' Sails of . 1' ' H Rl 0 A 'lf FDBT PITT BEDDING CD Bennetf Lumber 81 Mig Co B D FUNERAL HUNIE 609 51101111111 -MP RUUN EY V14 GINLEX BDXING CLUB Ifort Putt Hltel Compliments of QV Q N 1 ,fu 13-31 S dgwagk af, , Makers of D K g and 5ea'Y Mamesse LUMBER AND MILL work I 1 gv Q F D 1 I I Q . W B ' 1 Schnelder s Hillcrest Dairy 726 Frank St PITTSBURGH IO PA Garrrck 3525 NORTH SIIIE IIEPUSIT BIINII 514- 516- 518 Federal Street PITTSBURGH 12 PA. Member Federal Deposrt Insurance Gorporatron WILLIAM H SCHWARTZ Wholesale Drstrrbutor ALL KINDS OF BEER Phone FA 1262 1512 Lovvrre St N S PITTSBURGH 12 PA JOSEPII 1-I IVIERVIS C0 PITTSBURGH PA WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Exclusrve Drstrlbutor an Prttsburgn tor Blue Goose Galrtornra Oranges and Lemons 0 9 o 0 TI? if? EAT . X 2020 SrnaIIr'nan Street 1 A I I 'f? ii? if' ESSER COSTUME CO Costumes for PLAYS OPERAS PAGEANTS MINSTRELS 322 Liberty Avenue Downtown ATIant1c 3277 PITTSBURGH PA PROVIDENT DERDA H1108 TRUST COMPANY POULTRY AND EGGS Buy Victory Bonds 900 East Onuo Street 409 Chestnut Street Member of Phone Cedar I999 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatron ANTHONY J DORSCH GEORGE E DORSCH Corpenter Brxckloyer CEdor 3522 CEdor 4332 DORSCH BROS. BUILDING CONTRACTORS Homes Garages Cement Work I326 Buente St N S, PITTSBURGH, PA FT' .L if . iw F5179 fi - - - :NM I Wigs - Makeup and Theatrical Supplies ' ' 0 iz' ik if if if? if Lehro Drug Store 501 LIHCOID Ave Bellevue Comp! umnts u HOWEL S BEVERAGES IUSEPH C GARTNER PI 1' l SBURGH I ENNQX LVANIA NS JUHN TRUHA Pro ress P ttsbu g Cedar 2943 Qf, Ig gy, I Lv 7 1 9 ' ' 5 of rl 2 'ik' FAMILY if? 3 l-Afk 7 lv IOOI g St. . . i h P . ' Crm mtulutzons Qcnnplmlumrs Qfclxs 0 1946 C McD1v1tt C FRITZ ROEHLER Comp! nmnts A FRIEND 1700 Lowre ree Troy Hn , , , w To of w f X Pvt." P. Loeffler, '45 F. . ' ' of i Sr r All COIVIPLIMENTS of the Allegheny County llemlleratle Cemmlttee Room 303 Benedum Trees Bulldlng 223 Fourth Ave Plttsburgh 22 Pa 6L:5 L6LlfL V055 ROCHESTER N Y Manufacturers and Deslgners of CLASS JEWELRY ENGRAVED COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCE MENTS NAME CARDS Ar CHARLES E McDONALD 920 Investment Bldg 239 Fourth Ave PITTSBURGH 22 PA We Otter You SERVICE 24 Hours a Day I0 Reglstered Pharmaclsts HITES The Friendly Drug Stores 45 Years ot HONEST Drug Store Merchandlslng We wlll never knowlngly be undersold and most lmportant FRESH MERCHANDISE FAIFTGX 2200 Federal G Ohlo Sts FAlrtax 5678 Perrysvllle Ave C7 East Street Itormerly Schaefer E7 IVIcCouranl FUNERAL HOME S60 Lockhart St N S Plttsburgh Pa Cedar 1285 Phone CE 3354 Z? LI ' . 0. 67 ' ' Called Per and Delivered Anytime THE MOUNT TRUY BUILDING 81 LOAN ASSN. 1971 West Beckert Ave. PITTSBURGH 12, PA. E DIRECT REDUCTION MORTCAGES G I LOANS Compliments no che C1 ASS OF X46 ik 72' Q William F QBTIQ11 WILLIAM GREB BAKERY 1703 Lowrue St Troy Hull N S PITTSBURGH PA We Specualuze In BIRTHDAY CAKES WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES of All Kmds A so F ne Pastrues Bread and Rolls ASK FOR MEAT PRODUCTS NDRTH SIDE PACKING C0 . . Q . .I O if jf? ir . YA, . I 2200-2214 Spring Garden Ave. 6 lk 4' f fi? X Qf la gonna f The Da Youve Been Wdltlllg For r busmess Boggs and Your hugh school educatuon Buhl the store that has watched you grow up congratulates you and wishes you the very best of luck We ve seen you go from our ntants department to our children s department and from there to our Teen age department Boggs G Buhl as lookmg forward to servnng ' d men s departments when you buy your own turns you when you shop In our men s an wo , that ou get the finest merchandsse avaulable as our ture and household accessornes Seeing y chief responslbullty We're proud of that responsubuluty because we're proud of you You're to run thus post war world everyone talks about' We know you'Il rs over and now lt s elther college o the people who are golng do a good job BQGGS SL '77 YEARS OF SERVICE T0 THE COMMUNITY 4 1 'I' 4 '7 f" X X I ,X , J' e O 7 l I 0 0 U Q Compliments f Dine And Dance 0 D0 MD E Sill Nlonper ARSHALL B IIDLOLIX Boulw ITLI Ihonu CE 4086 Phone LI 9510 OlfL5L Qlf' QVULCQ5 The elements are ceaselessly battering your house and creating a For greater protection from heat and cold insulate with Barrett Rock Wool For a more comfortable and cleaner home consider converting your heating system to gas conditioned air with thermostatic control For these and other allied services call us tor estimates ROOFING RDOFREPAIRS METAL WORK HEATING 1722 E DHID STREET COMBINATION SASH 8 SCREEN TTS UR RucKwouLlNsuLA'rlnn At I I 55 lp!! 2 ' ' ' I 2 I2 - B 5 , I . 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