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

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INInrinnists, founded I l' I X ery Revere I I". rI1cr W'iIIinm Joseph CI ' d ' " WIxI ' ' 5 one Imun- ddI V PHI I I"I' . V0 , f VY V V K I.. F l I I EA ,H I I-EE I1E yr- -V ' , i JIT 12 QZQYQ C iff 5 I II,..,I ,I1" , H . ' ' - ur IH '51, ff., .5 '759 ' I9 59 I 0 IW IIII !I'h ' III, ' A, 1 0 9 P' 'I 1l'gIL one of tI1 I ading steel-p CI HIIE I A I I ' ' If I b A 3 I ' if ,, , ,mf I rg, lv fi f'V , JI '. J x 9 , ff ,l L,1 1'-""1'."' TO THE IDEALS CDF Total personal intensification of Christian Life by all students of everv social class perfection of their divine Marian adoption realizing this feat in the Twentieth Century through total con secration to Mary by her power merits and intercession overcoming the heresy of this age religious indifference Total rebuilding of American Society repinning American society on the doctrines of Christianity upon which it was founded Rejec tion of old social forms which no longer com through group action of new needed social instl tutions that will refound America upon Christ Who alone is the Roclc of society All this to he done through Her who is as mighty as an army ln battle formation Through education for instruction and forma tion Youth is the mam trend of the future An out going Catholic youth can bring the impact of Christ upon the future of America Schools are the most eHicient means of imparting the vision and formation in technique of rebuilding a Chris tian social structure Courses of study and the Sodality aligning co curricular activities with IE can and do produce the apostolic American Catholic. FATHER CHAMINADE , . . . . . . , municate Christ to the social order. Construction , . Q u 1 I u ' ' te - . ,, . . . if . .,. -ea awk- 1 "N Wgfw' Y W Q I ' 5 A S 5 x ' r i , M Y We x riff: fm, ,,, . .gy .M yy 'N wh Q HH Q sg ,w Q :Tir YN J .Y Q f Q af X 2 1 ggi JA 5 ? 'P S X ,uw 1, A , B' 1 B 1 X f, Q fi' 5 5 ra, 'Q AQ' ' ' 511 - ' J N . SSH- .- 4351. E ' ,... 1 2 Qi, 3. A 1 -Fm 3, --3,-n. 42 , ' as-" , 4 wg , 5? ' E ' 2 W 555 . , , -K 3, X Ts: -.x f' ' A 5' , Q! L 3 55,5 ' 1 . R ff Z 1 JN 4 i M N Y , N Y .Dia 9 I ff- qQg,mN' k ' K Q if 3 kk A: W fx , , ,.,. A giiiki H 347W Q N 5553-2 ij fi' w Q f num.-1, ,, vi! , ..,, , M , l SH 4 I j 1' -..1"f"f il I . 1 . ff "'- A .,n..1,4 1-sid an ' 'A A l I E N xi ' -.sf TA I 'H x 1 Q 'Q X Y-, L -4-1, . U, Nj 1 pw 4, F 'Q .J H, 1 Su ilw Y .41 uf S v 1. 'f-fl, 11 M53 w .W ,N , , .-- , .X 'W 'K " AX ' ' y N 'Vxx Q ,I f wp! A . I I A Hi x-:--. W" - V A "' ' -AW 3 ,gn . K t-,.1 , . Q i " bb ,, .H ..- 3 9141817 3 uni-I rm jjhluil " miami! .1 Il!-lik' f"""Il!""LL- :rv-:cnt f 'Wlllljlflll '?."'Nl1ll.!' .:"""llllll lwmggllll "'l"m.qulu ""'Huu1llll' f:"'llmllll 'J"llmllll '.::'m,.'.'g . 'llmqgge js.. . ..""'U u-,,x.. ff., Y I l'l ll wi 'ljiz af' HI? i ll 44 ll ll . ,rf .--. ,Y ,' . .s,.,... M. ' I v W 9 si- uh .ii Qs an an n s s n iii ni It ' In MLS 'C Gi ini an un glint, .4 4,5 ' .'1 f . .-.r"',. ', , J.4g,1 .!xb. If Jyvrkg M..l .1 vi1IaL?v 4 '5--YI.A' 1 gs, if ' 5 ,E 4...- 9' I I -. ui- ISP if. V313 BM? :I .73 W5 ..r l I I I im wll . 1 fa ii. ll? u has ll ,. Lll Lvl we ms. im sl n A.. - z M . A If rw . . U3 338 -.. 'K rn ,fi 4 Hi ui il "di 'f l Ina, .,.!,i. ill 5 f .J v f fl! X34 ' I . ,, mx, , f 5 Q.. The "Rebirth" of Pittsburgh and the "growth" of North Catholic have paralleled each other for the last twenty years. Through the maintenance of high scholastic and moral standards, North has produced the type of man that directed the Pittsburgh "Renais- sance", Guided by a curriculum devoted to traditional values and yet geared to modern demands, the 1959 North graduate has been well-htted for meeting the rigors of the mod- ern world. Z9 Zi burglz GATE WAY TU THE FUTURE I PITTSBURGH BIEENTENNIAL 1958-59 ' From a mere blockhouse in 1758, Pittsburgh steadily progresses into a literal fortress of skyscrapers. ' Virgin forest gives way to progress and opens up a gateway to the future. ' The Golden Triangle now stands at the "Y" of the three rivers. Quay i Q kg Q T X mmm -1.-I iiillllll 'H' 5 V WTF? --su 1....sF' ' llll !!JL.!l mmm :ti-ini: mmm M mmm Iliili mmm pgs' nl-mnlnnnu is T viivi' Khan: 535111 I 'K 5 Q 'I 4115 'Ei' " '-f . . ., Qndlsn ii A ...i'- .M-'gill' I 7 H 'f From its humble beginnings, Pittsburgh has M emerged into a giant of progress and an inspiring W pattern of modernistic excellence. ,lllll I-..-. Hlllll instill! .. .. M. . , A , , -,- .-.. ..J.... ..-.....-,.-g Q "' 'jaiiaflf -,.,..,,- MM, ,,, Ag '?'li"kM T - 'me ,sl ,t ' ,,- 4 ......i .-..a......-. ,,J.., .4 --....4 -, 4 --... -.....-afn' 4" .9 '--:df-sa-, A -at Shv-nw4.,o f'.,v,,E,W, K .Q , .. . - -. , A ,fii..v,5'--ap ,, 9 '-.,,,b.Nx N.,-hqrf ST PHILOMENA C1859 1883j St Phxlomena, founded m 1839 at Penn Avenue and Fourteenth Street, was the thlrd church of Pittsburgh In 1859, mne years after the Marlanlsts came to America, four Brothers came here to teach. I' -2111 limi: 5 A-.han I 4 . ,S 0. 'f A I 'I , .Nm 1 .rn I 4, 4 I . Vg , 4? f K , 5, Q y ., f 9 . 'f 'I I I X" 9 f' f 4 nu E' ,- P ' , '-'vi 'L ., f. X-Qs K , -4 Lit- -"'- 54 N: V, K I- I I I' R. P I A 1 . 4, J rp " k .,Q -. 4' I ' F a . , V-, ,lm b,, it A .V .- , 1 "..'i-",V'vTH-wtf' - ' ' ' an 1.7 , , , L ,. ,.. , the MARIANISTS ABILITY TO ADAPT T0 PRESENT NEEDS ENABLES THEM TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR MANY PURPCSES . . The Society of Mary IMarianistsI celebrating its centennial in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, trains its Priests and Brothers in all forms of the apostolate of education. From its headquarters in Dayton, Ohio, the Province of Cincinnati sends men to various cities seeking to train apostolic students through the schools they staff. Through growth in membership, the Marianists hope to serve the Church more generously and universally, "that in all things and everywhere God may be glorified through the Immaculate Heart of Mary." R yn 'Y' ' 1' if I 1 1 i ii, '1 ' 'X . 1 , ,xi fy X i THE BE T Zfmd Zim F BCDTH HURCH A D SCDCIETY VS? Eff' 5 3331 i N! fx 1 53325 it L , H A Vg The Good Father ofticiates at the Solemn V Benediction in conjunction with the So- i if dality Reception. V fl-if :Q X K .g wmv' M 1 f. it t V.. f"i. Very Reverend Paul Joseph Hoifer, S.M., S.T.D. Father Chaminade's eighth successor visited us in January, 1959. How many Graduating classes can boast of this happiness? Good Father I-Ioffer fGood Father is the traditional Marianist name for Superior Generalsj governs the far-flung So- ciety of Mary in the world. Elected to oflice in 1956 at Rome, the Good Father has directed the Society to new levels of quality. He wants us to receive the lnest in Christian education and apos- tolic formation at North Catholic. Welcome Good Father Hofferl Y Verv Rev Fr ames M Darby SM PhD Qbedlence called lathtr Darby to the PfOVlI1Cl1l ate of the Clnclnnatl Provxncc ln rhc summer of 1958 True to the ldt als of tht splrlt of Faith and Obedlence 111 whxch he and his brethren were traxned laathcr Darby left hls beloved post of Professor ln hter xture at the Unlverslty of Dayton where he was also Vnce Presldent and assumed the sobermg oflace of Prowmclal Already we percexve hrs talented and youthful leadership movmg splr ltedly IH the schools of the Province Welcome OH YOLII' X ISIVIUOI1 6' Venerable Brother Bernard Schad S M Ph D Accompanymg the Good Father IS a natlve Pitts burgher Brother Bernard Schad Supervisor Gen eral of all Marlaxalst schools Much of the forward and progressive work of the Marxanlsts IS due to rh f0I'CSlgl1f and lC8dCI'Sl'llp of Brother Bernard both an hrs former posntxon of Supervnsor ln the Clnclnnatl Province and now ln the General Ad mmxstratxon Wk have shared thls talent through our laculty at North Cathollc Welcome home Brother Bern ard ' pf' ,j Reverend Brother Paul Slbbmg, S M M A Thxs year marks the eleventh year of Brother Paul s mterest and care of North Catholxc as Pro vmcnal Supervnsor Outstandmg IS h1s concern for our scmentlhc and mathematlc trammg Hrs xnterest ln us has been shown ln other ways as well Yearly he channeled hxs chrectxves down to us through the Faculty Thanks Brother Paul for guldance and unclerstanchng of our needs in , . ., . . . X, I A v y ' :L D L A K I n Q , I . . J . , . ., . . '- K Xfx' ,1 , t ' t A C U . I ' ' Father Darby to North, which you so quiclcly liked X 1. 1 L 4 . f B . f v f . ' 7 Y lgs .,, u ff 7 ,JJ all! I3 577,96 Q4-A5 ,f 'V f' 4- . iv ' Q6 . A -, Q.. if I 'fu ' gg-gf 3.-if 5, 'a' 51 X I "0 grisly . I I -' f 11 :fi ' ' Q 'I ' 'J' 1' 'BMX ' fill Q I5 , "I H., - :I I1 ff -'It . ri I, fr. lf' f Y, f -.I, 'I - "'5' 0 , I' f' fa, wif- ' Q? '7 ' 045' ff: !r ff-1-r" 'Z ' fihxx i-',' 4' ' ,R .gr 4 J' -rip' f. f,v""..' 31.1.4-A I :H ' . va ' , 3- 6 4 ' .992 if-fy" -'-14" ' f - . A ' .lf 345. if ,rl ,pb - h - A I Y' 'al 5 1' A 'sly' 6 --As 14'.- I .',. ':'t.' gi 0 l:sg.5t . if 14 if A rs ' l' ' Q , 1- , ' fs I 'J xt 0: . 'v' A ' A M. HIS HOLINESS POPE JOHN XXIII Filial greeting to St. Peter's 263rd successor. May his gentle, pastoral spirit bring to all peoples the realization of His motto: Peace and Obedience. We are confident ' of great things in His pontiiicate because. like His predecessor, he is a 'Marian' Pope who may even journey to Lourdes to close the Lourdes Year. Ad multos annos! 1 Q "' gznsffvsfs-f' .-- . f .1 L 'I ur. A .- 'I I " 1 -2 5, ' 4 , 'E - . ,. 'Qs 'F 15 1 , J .gr fn.- 4- gl , - gg . ?Af,g4 5 f 'Z-WQMI, f mv, 1' ,, ' I ' 0 I fe aw ff ci 5,4 H I . 'H ' . -' f ' X W- -' . - 'I 6':."i, '-5 I CJBIQ in is will dau.- Y llllllllllllmnnIlwl" Most Reverend john Joseph Wright, S T D March 15 1959 witnessed the presentation of Bishop Wright to God s people of Pittsburgh who live under his pastoral love in the Dio cese Thousands came from early afternoon to late night to greet their new Bishop succes sor to Archbishop Dearden North Catholic joined them in this affectionate greeting to their most human and Christian Father in Christ This same ever growing esteem greets our Bishop with the publication of this edition of the Trojan yearbook Ad multos annos' 'fl' xXN!g' , 5 'S lf' 5 I Sul X N W 5' 4? Z, G gy lg if gV' "' X J film' ' 4' AVAVA mah. L-xl ea 5 ' .',l 001. OA QA, Q9 hue I lr -in SH IW l 0 0 - I il Alu l l Iulim In A MVN I VM U -uv he 0 I REQONARE LHRISTUM Very Rev Msgr ohn McDowell, Ph D Assisting Bishop Wright in teaching govern ing and sanctifying God s holy people in the Diocese are many subordinate oflices. Mon- signor lVlcDowell supervises the educational establishments of the area. We can witness that these establishments ranlc with the best in the country. Monsignor has taken the lead in this accomplishment. fl Brother Charles F Eckhardt, S M The Senxor Class of 1959 IS proud to have lcnown Brother Charles who has tlrelessly and unstxntxngly helped to mold us into true Chrxstlan gentlemen The student body of North Cathollc holds hlm ln hxgh esteem as a supervlsor ln our studles and as a gulde 1n our rellgxous llfe The Seniors sincerely wlsh you Brother Charles many more years as the leader of leaders at North Cathollc THE LUNG ESTABLISHED STANDARDS Llplzvldzng I' "' Y 'pr fr, 9 . .. i . , U q. . . "N . . . . I . . I , -, if , ,X no 'Q Brother Bernard C Dxethorn, S M Vxce Prmclpal Head of Socxal Studies De partment Moderator of the Student COUHCII the Hall Guards the Federatlon and the Sen lor Prom also tn charge of Gradtmtlon Ar rangements Brother Bernard taught Problems of Democracy to the Semors sw-"" Father oseph C Schnelem SM School Chaplam l-lc1d of the RCllgl0I1 De partment Dxrector of the Soclahty Chaplatn to the loothall and B1slcetl31ll squads and Plead of RLllglOL1S and Moral GL11daHCC Father SCl1lClClI1 taught R6llglOI1 to the Sopho mores and Senlors ref' X fi... Brother oseph E Moritz, S M Treasurer Head of the Busmess Honor So cxety Brother oseph dtd the Joh of three I.B.lVl. machines and still managed to teach typewriting to the uniors. ST MARY, NORTH SIDE 0871 1939D For nearly nmety years the Marlannsts have educated the youth of North Side In 1871, amidst a deadly epldemlc of small pox, five Brothers came to St Mary s the mother parish of North Side 'KX r"-' E1 ss. link 1 ,' f f SE' Q A ,ff fy' Ai, 4 ff Z S N V4f,f'jfX' k ff! f 1 'V 1 l fi - .... v 7 4 , ffl S . l ff! ' '39 . ,f ' ' Y y X fl Agn!! v ,-f ., ' f N . Q .5 . l' r Q Izxxg 511111 X tx ji' . S ' ll- ,Y Y 'xx 5' A , , -as , ' Z .ck 5 N y , . . . , . filo' TEACH ER, TRAINED IN THE UNIVERSITIES OE THE NATION AND EXERCISED IN THE IMITATICDN OF CHRIST.. The university-trained faculty of North Catholic provided the vitality necessary for the educational advancement of its students. Working with a dedication rarely seen in modern society, the faculty have injected vigor not only into the schooI's academic life, but also into the extra-curricular activities. This "giving freely" of time, effort, and talents has greatly contributed to the excellent training that the "young mind" has received at North Catholic. Friendly, interested, and educated, the 1958-59 North faculty has done remarkably well in directing young men to the "imitation of Christ." -tl 'sv BROTHER BERNARD MR. WILLIAM L. BAKER BROTHER WALTER W BACKUS, S.M. Homeroom 10D BAUMEISTER, S.M. Homeroom IZG Latin 2, Geometry 2 Maintenance Engineer Typewriling 3, 4 THEY 1Ul'0lfld FDR u THE BEST . . Happy faces of the faculty after another successful Penny Raffle Drive. H.. F T1 P E. 5 T 2' p-4 . . T I' ,K 1 I E T T ' i vgifi if E, gt -T I, 1' Qc" E Q., 3 L Tv 7 5 1,4 "s 4 K I 1' fl-is ' A 'i' "' W- ,PQ S , 1 if af T an if T ' F 'fr' .P if 'L 1 , A n S ,E fl 5,,E,..1uV A 5 Q " 5 ' T , -1-f-4' F ri' A fa! T 9 'T .V- , ,V , .59 BROTHER VICTOR J BROWN Homeroom 9A Relxgson 1 Al gebra 1 Bus Passes and Athletxc tickets MR WILLIAM E BRYAN Homeroom 9E General Sca ence 1 Pennsylvama Htstory 1 BROTHER EDWARD T CAREY S M Homeroom 11A Religion 3 American Hzstory 3 Moderator o the Sodaltty the Trojan News ty o the Sodalzty and 0 thc and the Booster and Penny Ra Drnfes BROTHER JAMES J CULLINA SM Homeroom IOE Relxjgxon 2 ator o the Musart Honor bocae BROTHER DONALD E DAHLMANN SM Homeroom 12C Physzcs 4 book and o the Photoigraphlc Department BROTHER PAUL E DWYER Homeroom 9C General Sc: Guidance Counselor Ortganzst Assistant Band Moderator Art Club FATHER JULIUS A FALK Relrgxon 1 Moderator o the Mzsszon Honor Society BROTHER JOHN S FELDMEIER SM Homeroom 12D German 3 4 English 4 Moderator o the Trojan Yearbook MR WILLIAM P GARVEY Homeroom 11D Pennsylvama Hzstory 1 American Hzstory 3 Health and Hygiene 2 3 Mod erator o the Trojan News T l' , . . . D f . , i . ri, ffle X K . 1 - 9 , . . , . . S.M. English 2, Art 1, 2, 3, 4: Moller- Moderator of the Trojan Year- ence 1, Geometry 2. Freshman f , H f , - -I , , , , - , I f , j , , , . , 0 9 , . . 1 I I S'M' "' r I l a . l- n ' ' . f ' . s f , u 1' s Y V . . BROTHER CHARLES J GAUSLING S M Homeroom 11B Head o the Science Department Chemzstry 3 4 Moderator of the Sodallty of the Sczcnce Club o the Sc: ence Honor Socnety and o thc Projectors Club BROTHER ALOYSIUS HOCHENDONER, S M Maxntenance MR DONALD R GRAHAM BROTHER JOSEPH J Horneroom IIE Head 0 the HANRAHAN SM Homeroom 10G Relxgron 2 Engltsh 3 Moderator of Sodal Physical Educatzon Department Phy51Ct1lEdllCdll011 1 2 3 4 Basketball Coach Ass1stant Foot ball Coach BROTHER WILLIAM C JOSEPH F HMEL HILDEBRAND, SM Homeroom 1217 Head 0 the Latxn 4 Relxgxon 3 Head o the Englnsh Department Bookkeep Latxn Department Moderator o :ng 4 English 4 Moderator o the Bookstore the Trojan Yearbook Gradua txon Arrangements and Speakers BROTHER JOHN J KEEGAN Problems a Democracy 4 Spanish 3 Moderator o the Band o the Chrzstmas Show o the Variety Show and o the WILLIAM KERNS Glee Club Band Dxrector , . . - f , - - l f . .I Q ' H 0 , . I D 9 I l ' . , f -- . . , f . MR. . u u n . . H f , . f ' . . - f ' , ' - f ' 7 S.M. of , - f , f , f . . ' , f MR. BROTHER WILLIAM KIEFER, S.M. Librarian. Moderator of the Chess Club. I Hatlzzfhc BROTHER NORBERT KLEINHENZ, S.M. lfomeroom IZE -- Bookkeeping 3, 4g Business Law 4. Moderator of the Cheerleaders. EDUCATIO 4 'Hmm gs 5, , 7 is-55. 3. 3 ,g A 3 Is, nik A 2 at , su., f?Sjs,gqsg1:' --M me " Emi EJ-'gl Every day is begun in the silence of the chapel where the necessary strength for an efficient day at school labors is sought. BROTHER CHARLES W. LANDIN, S.M. Homeroom 12B - Trigonometry 4, Algebra 3, Senior Science 4. Head of the Mathematics Depart- ment, Moderator of the Mathe- matics Honor Society, Assistant Athletic Director. if W3 if MR WALTER T LEASE Homeroom 9G Algebra I Geometry 2 Applied Matlzcrrza txcs 3 MR ALOYSIUS M LESNIAK Homeroom III: Healtl1 and Hygiene 2 3 English 2 Coaclz 0 Varsxly Boulmg Moderator o Intramural Boulzng BROTHER ROBERT A LINDEMANN SM Homeroom 11C English 3 Amerzcan Hxstory 3 Moderator the History Honor Society and 0 the Rzfle Club BROTHER DONALD E. MR. HOWARD MCGINN MR. RICHARD M. MEADE MCCOY, S.M. Guidance Counselor Homeroom 10F - English 2 Ilomeroom 10C - Biology 25 Health and Hygiene 2. Modera- tor 0 the Sodality. . vv -ug THE MARIANISTS Brother Herbert Verbesey, S.M., and his "brain trust" plan strate- gy for a future speech and de- bate tournament. BROTHER FRANK P. MEDER, S.M. Manager of Cafeteria BROTHER FRANK T. MODICA, S.M. Horrxeroorn 10.4-Latin 25 World History 2. Moderator of Sodal- ity and Dramatics. Sophomore BROTHER LEO J. MURRAY, S.M. Religion 3, 4. Head of the De- partment of Religion. Head Mod- erator of the Sodality. Guidance Counselor. MR. WILLIAM B. SCHERER Physical Education 1, 2, 3, 43 Head Football Coach. Assistant Basketball Coach. MR. ALBERT A. SCHON Homeroom 9H-English 1. Pro- moter of the Pittsburgh Catholic Crusade. FOLLOW DIVINE PROVIDENCE BROTHER LEE L. SCIARROTTA, S.M. Homeroom 9D - Latin 15 Reli- gion 1. Moderator of the Sodal- ity, of the Knights of the Altar and of Dramatics. " OVA BELL ELEGIT DOMI U " BROTHER EDWARD SPANG, S.M. Algebra 2. llflorlerator of tlie Physical Education Department. Athletic Director. MR. ROBERT A. STURM lloineroom 9F - Pennsylvania History 13 lfnglislz Ig Physical Education I. Assistant Football Coaclz. Freshman Basketball Coach. TH IR 6' FOR sooo E faflueac After an arduous day at school, the faculty find time for a bit of relaxation. BROTHER HERBERT M. VERBESEY, S.M. Ilomerooin 913 -- Algebra Ig Latin I: Religion 2. llfloderator of llle Sodality, of lllt' CldSSiCr1l llenor Society, of tlze Debate Club. anrl of tlze Radio Club. 3 .51 lx K A .z., K: IS DIRECTED TOWARD US Q B, . i K . b , BROTHER CHARLES F. WOLAN, S.M. Drawmg 3 4 General Science 1 sions Moderator o the Sodalxty BROTHER BERNARD E ZALEWSKI SM Homcroom 10B Bzolooy 2 Health and Hygiene 2 H VERY REVEREND MR. JAMES C. ZAHREN LAWRENCE A. YESKE, S.M. Homeroom 10H - World His- Honzeroom 12H - Mecharzical Proqurator or the Mariarzist Mis- tory 2 MR STEPHEN C ZAREMBA Homeroom IIG Commercial Law 4 Economzcs 3 General Busxness 1 FRANCIS -I ARCH MD School Physxcxan MRS BERNETTA PRINCE MRS ETHEL WHITE MRS ANNE GALLAGHER Secretary to the Prmcxpal Secretary to the Vzce Prznczpal School Nurse ST. MICHAEL, SOUTH SIDE C882-1934, This, the mother church of all South Side, was established in 1846. The Passionist Fathers invited the Brothers to conduct the "Knaben Schule" here in 1882. the AIM OF FOUR YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL IS TO DEVELOP AS A CATHOLIC GENTLEMAN North Catholic not only maintains a high standard as an educational institution, but also takes great pride in the quality of the Catholic gentlemen who graduate each year. During his stay at North the student is molded by a thorough religious program into a man of sound Catholic character. In the Freshman year the student is introduced to the Sodality, one of the school's leading activities in which he may participate throughout his four years. The Knights of the Altar and the St. John Vianney Club are other religious activities available to the student. Each year a spiritual retreat is held over a three day period. Daily Mass and Confession are available to those wishing to take advantage of them. On First Fridays Mass is held for the entire student body. CHARLES J BAUER St Ambrose Varxety Show Z PHILIP W BECK St Athanasxus Band 12 3 4 Chrlstmas Show 4 Federation Repre sentatlve 1 Yearbook Scxence Honor 4 Mathema tics Honor 3 Classical Honor l CHARLES P BELLANCA Bancl 1' Dramatlcs 4 Proj mas Show 4 Stage Crew 4 Assumption ectors Club 3 4 Christ MICHAEL L BELLUSCIO Perpetual Help DAVID W. ABMAYR Most Holy Name Honor Student 1,Z,3,4g Art Club 1,2,3,4g Knight of the Altar 123 Intramural Basketball 1 Sodality 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Musart Honor 1 2 3 4 Sclencc I"Ionor 3 4 Classlcal Honor 12 WILLIAM G ALBERTH St Sebasuan B1nCl 1 Intramural Basketb1ll lZ34 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Basketball l FREDERICK J ARDEN Holy Famlly Institute Intramural Basketball 17 34 Classlcal Honor 1 DONALD G BACH Most Holy Name Class OHICCI 3 President 4 Vlcc Presxclent Stu dent Councll 3 4 Dcbatc 3 Christmas Show 4 Sodal 1 l 7 PETER A BALESTREIRE Mary Immaculate Knlgbts of the Altar l 7 Intramural Bowling 1 Z 3 4 Soclalxty 4 Trojan News 1 2 Yearbook Business Honor 4 MICHAEL W BALFE St Athanaslus Debate 1 Dramatxcs 4 Knights of the Altar 1 Science Honor 3 4 Mathexnatncs Honor 4 JOSEPH A BLITZKO St ohn Cantlus Art Club 12 3 Knlghts of the Altar 1 Intramural Bowlxng 4 Intramural Basketball 1234 Sodallty 12 Yearbook Musart Honor 12 3 Mathematxcs Honor 3 4 PAUL B BOTZ All Samts Intramural Bowlmg 1 2 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Varsity Bowlxng 3 4 RALPH R BRAY All Samts WILLIAM E BREITENBACH Sacred Heart CARL G BRUECKEN Most Holy Name Intramural Bowlmg 12 Intramural Basketball 12 D BERNARD J BRUNNER Nativity Honor Student 1 2 3 4 Intramural Bowllng 4 Sodal ty 1 2 3 4 Federation Representative 1 Sclence Honor 4 Mathematics Honor 3 DAVID R BRUNNER St Anthony Class OfI'lcer 2 3 Intramural Bowlxng 1 2 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 JOSEPH E BRUNNER Intramural Basketball 2 St Aloysnus RONALD J BUBASH Projectors 4 Radlo Club 4 St Mary RONALD F BUDZIK Class OfI'1cer 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 4 Hall Guard 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 St john Cantlus TROJAN CENTENNIAL l858-I958 ROBERT J BUDZISZEWSKI St John Cantxus JOHN T BURKE Assumption Debate 1 2 Knlghts of the Altar l 2 3 4 Intramural Boxmg 1 2 Sodalxty 1 2 3 4 PAUL R BURLETT Art Club l Intramural Basketball l Boxmg 1 St oseph 4 ntramural Intramural Bowling 4 Yearbook JOHN M CAIN St Andrew MICHAEL W CALLAHAN St Cyril Debate 3 Intramural 1 2 Football 2 CARL S CANTELLA St Cyril of Alexandria Class Ofllcer 13 Intramural 13 WALTER C CAYE Annunclanon . . J 5 ,2,3, 9 I CORNELIUS J. CAHILL Assumption M 0? Qtr, 'qs' 5 15571 W m? MICHAEL J CONROY St Alh3n3SlllS Irojector s Club 3 4 Ridlo Club QSCCFQIIYYJ Stage Crew 34 Xutrboolt Nlwtlmtnntxcs Honor 4 Nxce I resident Clissual Honor THOMAS G COOIx All Samts Per ect Attencl1nct Ixnlblmts tt tl 1. Al II 1 In ri muril Boulnnb 7 4 Ridxo Club 1 Ifnrboolx lN11tl1c IIITIICS I-Ionor 4 RICHARD P CRONIN St Teresa Dc ite 1 R'ldlO Club J 4 frojln News 1 REGIS J CURTIN Mary Immaullate Class Qfllutr l,7, Hall Cyunttl 7, Intramurll I3.1slxLt bull 1,7,3, Intramural Boxing JAMES W CHAPMAN WILLIAM S CHERUP CHARLES R CLIFFORD Bind 1 7 Hall Guard 3 4 Intramural EDWARD V COLERICH Debxte 1 Troytn News 1 RAYIVIONDJ COLL ll'lfI'll11LIl"llI51hlNLIlJ1ll l Intr RAYMOND C COLLETTE Intrimuril B1sltttb1l1 l 7 3 4 Assumption St Anthony St Andrew BasltetlJ1ll 1 7 St Teresa Sacred Heart unuril BOXll1g 1 3 Annunclatlon . f iw 1'-'A I gf A 5 .. ,Q . xr 1 . ' - 35 , . UM? Qssl- 5477 , f I ,J .s-1,l J , X 4 f ,f "' I Q . ,-g , g . . ' . ,-. ,My 77 'E 'Ww.f. E g L 5 L . , : - s .. gt-: 4, N " L' 71f W ww m e V . . -- J f Art' , ft . wtf A , ,i r,.kQ,.,' 55-E7 ' I V. 7 ' 7 52257 V -I "':' YHSQSQI 51 A Ikkvkw . A ' I Q kk i ' K, I Q 1. " ' I ,-, , . V is-. .. , s D J' ,Qja II. I .-uf' 3 I-4' 31 11,1-kk? ""'.A A . A yr -U uf 1 r'45,,13x2g', 1, ' ' .-MP5, -fy-'I 'Q - - Q 'Q 5 ' My in -.1 ,1 rfif2- wrvmrfww' ,xuwuma J ' '- . ' 1 , . . , , , . , - . , . f , ,. , - . 14 1 v 1 ' 1 1 ' l 7 , . -. 'R on . ' ' 4 ai: f t 'Q ' ' ' Q m 1 ' ta ' 3 t . - . ' ' Y -, 5 . ' 7 g '. 'g '. - L 7 . b 7 . ' ' . ' ' . . . 1 9-a 1 1 9 ' - - PETER DAVIN St. Cyril of Alexandria ANTHONY DEUTSCH Most Holy Name Intramural Basketball lg Intramural Boxing 1. EDWARD T DIETZ Assumption Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 CARMEN G DI GIACOMO Regma Coell Dramatlcs 4 Knights of the Altar 1 Christmas Show 4 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Intramural Boxxng 2 4 Yearbook ANTHONY L DI GIROLAMO St Athanaslus Bookstore 1 Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural Basket ba 1 7 3 DAVID M EDGAR St Anthony Class Officer 4 Secretary Christmas Show 4 Year book MICHAEL J DUFFY St Sebastian Class Ofhcer 2 Chrxstmas Show 4 Yearbook Mt ROBERTG FAUB St Mary Sharpsburg Band I 2 Hall Guard 4 Chrxstmas Show 2 3 4 I tramural Bowlmg 12 34 Intramural Basketball I 34 Intramural Boxmg 173 Yearbook Classlcal Honor 1 Varslty Bowling 4 FREDERICK V FERKETIC Most Holy Name Class Officer 1 Student Councnl 1 Dramatlcs 4 Perfect Attendance Kmghts of the Al ar 173 Christmas Show 3 Intramural Basketball 12 Intra mural Boxmg 1 Soclallty 123 Yearbook Sclence Honor 3 JAMES E FERRARA St Peter, N S Class Officer 4 Preslclent Student Council 4 Intra mural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Boxing 1 X l MICHAEL D FERRIS St Cyril Class Officer 2 Intramural Basketball 14 Sodalxty ROBERT M FLAHERTY Annunclatlon Trojan Yearbook MICHAEL L FREDERICI-I St Sebastnan Class Officer 1 Student Council 1 Debate 4 Sodalnty ALBERT J FROEHLICH Annunclatlon Band 1 Z 3 4 Knights of the Altar 1 Chrxstmas Show 1 Z 3 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Yearbook VICTOR F FROELICHER Annunclatlon Honor Student 1 7 3 4 Band 1 7 3 4 Kmghts of the Altar 1 7 Chrzstmas Show 1 7 3 4 Radio Club 1 7 3 4 Sodalrty 1 2 3 4 Trojan News 7 3 4 Science Honor QF' Ns. 104 33' Abx-C3 JAMES R FUNK St Sebastian KENNETH P GAERTNER St Ann Class Ofllcer 3 Perfect Attendance Knlghts of the Altar BARTLEY M GARRITY St Andrew Intramural Basketball l 7 34 WILLIAM B. GEIER St. Bonaventure Speech and Debate 4g Dram:-:tics 1,43 Radio Club 1,2,3 fpresidentj 49 Trojan News 3,4, fBusiness Managerjg Yearbook. 'S TROJAN CENTENNIAL I858-I958 fL,,..uf is-me 4' g eb? QAQLIC 17,0 A X OQTES IN p,o S x l939 N DID f sauvwx Q? 'S' 3 da g Z gzlx g I ll X 1 0 ARTHUR P. GEIST St. Ann Art Club l,Z,3g Intramural Bowling 25 Radio Club lg Musart l,2,3g Classical Honor 1. THOMAS F GING St Cyril of Alexandria Class Oflacer 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 1 7 3 4 Cheer Leader 4 Dramatlcs 4 Chrxstmas Show 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 17 34 Soclallty 12 Fedcratlon Representative 1 3 4 Football 1 Z Basketball 1 DAVID A GOETZ Sacred Heart Sodalxty 1 Federation Representative I DONALD R GOETZ St Scholastlca Class Officer 134 Student Councll 3 Intramural Bowlmg 2 Intramural Basketball 1234 Trojan News 2 WAYNE E GOLDIE Ann Intramural Basketball 1 GEORGE GROSS St Leo Class Officer 12 Student Councnl 2 Intramural Basketball 2 RICHARD E HAAS St Cyprnan Class Officer 4 Radxo Club 3 4 JOHN M 1-IAHN Class Officer l Intramural Basketball 1 2 Sodallty 1 Football 1 Z 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 St Sebastnan . . 7 7 7 7 Y"7 7 I 3 S 1 I ' 7"7 7 3 1 3 1 7 7 3 7 7 ' l I , . .MILA I ' , I . 14.3 ' '. ' . is A .A XZ 9 , 5, 1. 4 J . . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 A A I . St. I f 5 2 1 s , i 39' l W Q . 1. l 1 . 7 7 17 7 . fy I I . 4 7 ' ff '. t 1 Q - , f "wx, 'I ' f ' l-"qv-t 1. .4jkg, 3 ' 55,25 ,I Q ' ' ' ,fy ,gfgffyff " ,g . - l I . . ' . TE-gh" gif, V 2 , ! 7 Q 7 , -5, , - fig' - I 1 'pg-,S r.,.,.i1y:f9?? ' ' - 1 a a n x 2 - ,R fq..N:y,1W , P, 27 fr A A NL. G- 1 X if in TQ Q-as 'Nw- 4' Q51 sf' RICHARD C HALLERAN St Teresa Student Councll 4 Arr Club 1 2 3 Vice President 4 Preslcl nt Perfect Attendance Soclallty 1 2 3 4 Yearbook President Federation Representative 4 Musart Honor 1 2 3 4 JAMES R HAMM St Ambrose Class Officer 3 Secretary Honor Student 12 34 Knights of the Altar 1 Soclalxty 1 Football 12 34 JOHN P HAMM St Leo Class Officer 1 Intramural Basketball I 2 3 4 Intra mural Boxing 2 3 4 Sodallty 1 2 Yearbook Scxence Club 4 LEO A HANLEIN St Scholastlca Debate 1 Intramural Basketball 1 Scxence Honor 3 4 Mathematxcs Honor 4 PATRICK J HART St Ann Mnllvale Art Club 3 4 Musart Honor 3 4 Federation Repre sentatlve 3 Trojan News 3 4 Hlstory Honor 3 4 ROBERT W HARTUNG St Sebastian Art Club 1 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Intramural Basket ball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Boxmg 1 2 3 A3 JAMES A HAUGH St Edward Class Officer 1 Kmghts of the Altar 1 Intramural Bowllng 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 3 4 Yearbook Mathematics Honor 3 4 Basketball 12 Varsxty Bowllng 4 JOHNJ HELBLING St Ursula Intramural Basketball 12 Classlcal Honor 1 JEROME A HITE Nativity Class Officer 12 3 4 Student Councxl 12 Cheer Leader 4 Intramural Basketball 234 Federatlon Representatlve 12 Football 2 DONALD J HOAR All Saints Bookstore 1 2' Intramural Bowling 4' Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4. 16 Q 4 V 'S' QR 'W R 'K JACK C HUCKESTEIN St Teresa Class Officer 12 Debate l Hall Guard 1 Intra mural Basketball 12 3 4 Sodallty I THOMAS J HUDAK St Ursula Intramural Bowling 34 Trojan News 734 Year book MICHAELJ HUDEC St Nicholas Hall Guard 4 Intramural Basketball l Z 4 ANDREW E HUNGERMAN Cheer Leader 4, Hall Guard 4, Knights of the Altar 1, Intramural Basketball l,7,3,4, Intramural Boxing l,2, Soclallty 1,2 HARRY M HOFFMAN St Cyril Chrlstmas Show 4 Yearbook Intramural Basketball I 2 3 4 ROBERT C HOFFMAN St joseph Sharpsburg Honor Student 1 2 3 4 Trojan News 3 4 JAMES F HOLIHAN Assumptxon Band 1 2 3 4 Knights of the Altar 1 Chrlsrmas Show 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 Z 3 4 WILLIAM J HOLLEIN Samt Athanasnus Debate l Dramatxcs 14 Knxghts of the Altar 12 3 Soclalxty 1 Z 3 4 Trojan News 1 Z Yearbook Hlstory Honor 3 4 JOHN F HOLLIS St Bonaventure Honor Student 1 Z 3 4 Art Club 2 Debate 1 Z 3 Dramatxcs 1 7 Sodallty 1 2 3 4 Trojan News 2 3 4 Musart Honor 2 Scxence Honor 34 Mathelnatlcs Honor 3 JOHNJ HUBER Mary, Sharpsburg W rj' m 4 52 FRANK C HUNKELE Federatxon Representatnve RAYMOND R HUTTER Hall Guard 1 Mathemattc Honor 1 2 MICHAEL N HYSCHAK Intramural Basketball 1 3 4 ANTHONY J IARUSSI s Honor 3 St Teresa St Cyrnl 4 Classxcal St Andrew Regina Coell Projectors Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Intramural Boxtng 12 3 Mathematics Honor 4 VINCENT J JAKSIC All Saints Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Bowlmg 1 Varsxty Bowling 4 STEPHEN j JANASZEK St ohn Cannus Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural Bowlmg 1 2 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 12 3 4 Yearbook Varslty Bowlmg ARTHUR C JONES Assumption Class Officer 4 Student Council 4 Debate 4 Drama tlcs 4 Chrlstmas Show 4 Football 4 LOUIS R JOST AHHUCIHIIOH Hall Guard 1 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 RICHARD JOYCE St. Cyril Intramural Basketball 1,3,4 CARL W. KAMPER Assumption Class Officer 1,Z,3,4 ffreasurerl, Honor Student 1,7, 3,4, Dramatncs 2,4, Sodallty 1,",3,4, Federatlon Rep resentatxve 3, Science Honor 3,4 W TRCDJAN CENTENNIAL l858 I958 JOHN A KANE St Sebastian JOSEPH R KANE St Peter Knights of the Altar l Intramural Bowling 3 THOMAS P KANE St Catherine Wildwood Stage Crew 4 Intramural Bowling 34 Intramural Basketball 12 RICHARDJ KARPINSKI St ohn Cantlus Class Ofbcer 4 Basketball 1 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 JOHN R KASUN All Saints Class Ofhcer 4 Yearbook Intramural Bowling 12 Intramural Basketball 12 Christmas Show 4 MICHAELJ KAVANAGH Assumption Class Officer 124' Christmas Show 4' Intramural Basketball 12 34' Soclality 12' Yearbook' Football 1 Z 3 4. WILLIAM J KING St Sebastian Christmas Show 4' Yearbook' Classical Honor 12. LAWRENCE C KLINGENSMITH Annunciation Class Officer 1 2' Christmas Show 4' Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4' Intramural Boxing 12' Soclality 4' Yearbook' Football 1 2 3 4' Mathematics I-Ionor 4. RONALD N KOCH St Cyril Perfect Attendance' Intramural Basketball 2' Intra- mural Boxing 123' Federation Representative 1' Yearbook' Nlathematics Honor 3 4. WS! En RICHARD B KOWALSKI Holy Famnly Intramural Bowling 3 4 Classlcal Honor 1 7 Varsity Bowling 3 4 FRANK X IKRESS St Cyrrl Art Club 1 Trojan News 7 Classxcal Honor l GEORGE B KRUTH St Mary Sharpsburg Band 1 7 3 4 Chrxstmas 2 3 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 FRANK J KUBIT St olln Cantlus JOHN S KUNDRAT St Francis Xauer Debate 17 34 Dramatlcs 74 Perfect Attendance Knlghts of the Altar l Intramural Bowlmg 7 Trojan News 2 3 Yearbook Sclence Honor 4 Nlathematxcs Honor 4 FRED LABELLA Regma Coell Dramatxcs 4 Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural Basket ball 12 3 4 Stage Crew 4 Yearbook RAYMOND H LEDERBRINK Sr Ann Christmas Show 4 Intramural Basketball 7 JAMES T LEITSCH St Cyrll of Alexandrla Chrxstmas Show 4 ClaSSlC3l Honor 17 THOMAS L. LEWIS St. Cyril Class OH'lcer l,2, Intramural Basketball l,7, Soclallty l,2,3,4, Yearbook, Football 2,3,4 VINCENT A LABARBERA Regma Coeln Art Club 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 Perfect Attendance Intra mural Bowlmg 2 3 Sodalxty 1 7 3 4 Musart Honor 3 'we 19' Q AQQ va '53 'Nw-v 4.3-. rf? If FII' r' Y 'CZ' JAMES W LYLE St Cyrnl Class Officer 1 7 Intramural Basketball l 7 Sodallty WILLIAM MCCORKLE St. Boniface Intramural Bowllng 1,2, Yearbook RICHARD H. MCGEOWN St. Aloysxus Class Officer 2, Band 1,2, Perfect Attendance, Intra mural Basketball l,Z,3,4, Intramural Boxmg 1,2,3,4, Sodahty 1, Trojan News 1,2 ROBERT E. McKEE All SHIRTS Class Officer 4 fprestdentj, Student Councxl 4, Knights of the Altar 1, Intramural Basketball 1,Z,3,4, Trojan News 3,4, Yearbook, Baseball 2 PAUL T LEY Assumption Class Ofhcer 1 Treasurer Irojectors Club 4 Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural B sketball 1 4 Yearbook DAVID C LIDDELL Assumption Student Council 4 Bind l 7 34 C llI'lbUU7lS Show I Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Sodilxty 4 Trojan News 7 3 4 Yearbook Hnstory Honor 4 Cl1ss1c1l Honor 1 PAUL D LORD All Samts PAUL E LOVRENCIC Debate 3 Llbrary Staff 7 Honor 3 4 St Nicholas NS 3 4 Hall Guard 7 History ROBERT A LUCAS Band 1 Cheer Leader 3 Intramural Bowling 3 In tramural Basketball IZ 3 4 Athlctlc Manager 4 St Ursula EUGENE G LYLE St Sebastian Class Officer 7 3 4 Hall Guard 7 4 Chrlstmas Show 1 7 4 Intramural Basketball 1 3 Intramural Boxing 34. 'htm- " n 4 ' ,mn 4. A 1 A I J ' '. . Q A ' A - 3 3 ' -3-7, 9 t, 4 1' t iff M ' -4- 1 ' 'K gt ' ' . ,-, , g . 3 . 'Q A fc -Ms - 'Q s v If 'W I ,2. Q C ' X ' 4 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,4. f I Q, . . I , . . I 9 -, , Q - -4 ' vi b 9 ' ,lax -:'ff'1f..7L5:.'7If 7,5 if of VV Jrdg 1.55.-1:21 I If it f J 4. . . t . A f A V f Q f I , , , . V 7 7 7 I ' ll ' 1 LN . . . ' I -C ff . , ' QCQ Xi' 4' -1 9 7 -9 1 Q -"' 1,2. t fi af K ,-5 A ' v-3 7 1. 5 DOUGLAS S McKINNEY St Anthony Intramural Basketball 14 ROBERT W MACIEJESKI Annuncnatton Ch rlstmas Show 4 ROBERT A MADDOCK St Marys NS Debate l 3 Llbrary Staff 2 3 4 Trojan News 3 4 ROBERT R MADIGAN St Scholastlca Class Officer 1 Debate 12 Knights of the Altar 1 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 4 Intramural Boxmg 1 2 3 Sodallty 1 EUGENE J MAHOFSKI Regina Coell Class Officer 2 3 4 Student Councxl 4 Cheer Leader 4 Intramural Basketball 123 4 Intramural Boxmg JOHN J MAIESE St Teresa Class Officer 12 Art Club 1 Intramural Basketball 12 3 4 Intramural Boxlng 1 HISIOFY Honor 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Af L "'....'!' GEORGE T MAKAR St Francts Xavler Class Officer 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Hall Guard 3 Intramural Basketball 12 34 Intramural Boxmg 1 Football 1 2 3 4 JAMES E MARAK St Peter Class Ofhcer 4 Hall Guard 1 7 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Boxmg 1 JOSEPH A MARASTI Mary Immaculate Class Ofhcer4 Presldent Student Counc1l4 Drama tics 4 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Stage Crew 4 Yearbook Football 1 JOSEPH G MARCOLY All Saints Class Officer 1, Dramatlcs 4, Knights of the Altar 1, Intramural Bowllng 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 1,", 3,4, Trojan News 2,3, Yearbook, Varsity Bowling 3,4 'ui Tug. TRCJAN CENTENNIAL l858 I958 J I PETER P MARSICO Madonna Intramural Bowling 3 4 Intramural Basketbal 1 7 Varsity Bowling 4 KENNETH J MARX Scholastica Intramural Bowling 2 3 RICHARD T MASARTIS St Cyril Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 JERRY F MELDER All Saints Class Officer 2 3 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 Intra mural Boxing 2 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 ANTHONYJ MELLE St Mary Debate 1 2 3 4 Knights of the Altar 1 Z Intramural Bowling 2 3 4 Sodality 1 Trojan News 2 Yearbook Science Honor 4 Matheinatlcs Honor 34 Varsity Bowling 3 4. ANTHONY J MELODIA St Leo Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4' Intramural Boxing 1 3' Sodality 1' Yearbook. ROBERT A MERTHER St Teresa Yearbook. LOUIS D META Our Lady of Perpetual Help Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4g Intramural Boxing 15 Yearbookg Mathematics Honor 4. JOHN F. MIKSA St Gabriel Class OfIicer lg Band l,2,3,4g Dramatics 43 Intramural Boxing 1,25 History Honor 4. JOHN W MILCIC All Salnts Hall Guard 3 4 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Yearbook DAVID J MILLER Assumption Classical Honor 3 4 PAUL R MITTERMEIER St Peter NS Intramural Basketball 12 3 4 Classical Honor 1 In tramural Boxmg 1 THOMAS J MONTEROSSI Madonna ALBERT T MOORE St Francis Xavxer Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Intramural Basketball 12 3 Intramural Boxmg Z Trojan News WILLIAM G MOUL Sacred Heart Debate 1 Radio Club 7 Yearbook JOHN G MRAVINTL Mary THOMAS D MUNSCH St Bonaventure Intramural Basketball 1,7,3,4, Iqeclcratlon Represcnta tlve 3,4, Trojan News 1,2,3,4, Yearbook, I-lxstory Honor 3,4, Sclence Honor 3,4 'KT JOHN E. MURPHY St. Andrew Projcctor's Club 4, Intramural Boxmg 2,3,4 TIMOTHY R. MURPHY St. Francis Xavier 3 0 . , . . r 1 1 5 U Q ' Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g Football 4. l,2. 1 I . ' St. af Q35 Ili 95 E 4...- x W- CHARLES B NEWLAND St Anthony Class Ofncer 1 Intramural Bowlmg 1 2 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 Intramural Boxxng 1 7 Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Varslty Bowlmg 3 RICHARD L NICKEL Most Holy Name JOSEPH V NIEDERST St Aloyslus Honor Student 1 Z 3 4 Art Club 2 3 4 Dramatlcs 1 2 4 Intramural Basketball 1 Soclallty 1 2 3 4 Fed eratnon Representatlve 3 4 Trojan News 7 3 4 Musart Honor 3 4 Sclence Honor 3 4 Classtcal Honor 1 7 WILLIAM C NIEDERST St Aloyslus Honor Student 1 2 3 4 Art Club 1 7 3 4 Dramatlcs 1 Federation Representative 3 4 Trojan News 2 3 4 Yearbook Musart Honor 34 Scxence Honor 34 Mathematlcs Honor 4 Classxcal Honor 12 JOHN M MUSHER St Cyril Federauon Representatlve 4 Yearbook JOSEPH P NASCONE St Anthony Chrlstmas Show 4 Intramural Basketball 17 4 In tramural Boxing 2 FRED R NAU St Ambrose PAUL L NEIDHARDT Assumption JOHN NEMEC St Gabriel Dramatlcs 4 Projectors Club 4 Intramural Bosslmg 2 3 Busmess Honor 4 JAMES C NEUGEBAUER St Theresa 45" me WE 1? i I I ' 1 2 W nr fl f" I L ' ' , 3 - jk KA V , 1 . t j-, , . an . I . X ,f ,r 6 , 5 ' ' flilfu f 'f s x' v A ' K ll QNX . . J' 3 9 if' ' . -N K Y ' 2, ' ' I' . 1 1 . Y ' Y 7 .fire H 'f - S fx 7, 1+ jx tr'Zjgfwywa-V 7 . 1, 3, R153 V' ,- , 4 . . 55? - 3 1 1 3 H R 1 1-3 x v 1 , 'T . , . 1 , . 7 ' . . U 0 ' 7 3 7 3 5 7 3 1 1 v 1 1 5 ' 1 S -1 1 5 , 9 , 5 ,-- Q. . - 'j ' ' ' A 223411 --:ea 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 3 1 1 A ,M f we 1, A if ' ' . ' . 'L 'eff V ei. ' s y 1 1 1 :"'2f'T 5 'I' 3 . . ' . v L, lv if ,"Eip-sg, a 1 1 1 1 VK.. f LE! ' . ' '-:if .ff'..f,5. I- .,,1-Q X a , - LMj:Eg?!b3?fsVt ,i xx 5, ,. T,,.J,1S.'f', ..s,, xx JOSEPH P. NOLAN St. Sebastian Intramural Basketball 2,35 Athletic Manager 4. RONALD L NOVOTNY Holy Family Class Officer 3 Intramural Basketball l 7 Intmmurml BOXlng I 7 Football 3 4 BERNARD P O BOYLE St Alphonsus Class Officer 7 4 Intramural Basketbzll Z Trojan News 1 2 3 4 GERALD R OBRIEN St Francis Xavier Intramural Basketball 17 3 4 Soclalxty 1 B1seball 2 PATRICK G OHARE St Peter Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Baseball JAMES P OLDAKER Perpctua Help Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Class Ofhcer 3 rf 5 liwwfm Wkrf STEPHEN C OROSZ Drarnatxcs 4 Intramural Ba ketball 1 7 3 4 Intramuril Boxmg 17 3 Intramural Bowlxng 1 Yearbook St Anthony PAUL J ORR Most Holy Name Debate I 4 Knights of the Alt1r 1 Intramural B15 kerball I 2 3 4 JOHN D OSBORN Annunclatlon Cheerleader 4 Hall Guwrcl 4 Intramuml Basketl all 1 Z 3 4 Intramural Boxmg 3 RONALD W PAPANIA Nativity Class Officer 3 4 Student Council 3 Hwll Guard 3 Intramural Basketball 1 2 Stage Crew Z ' 75' 5 ' a-Q - L 7 i - X 2'-7 9 - ,jf NX 4' - Q" 1 A T, ,A , A .A Pg. 5 I .3 . .1 K . s . . 1-1 Q ' f S 1 7 1 - S! , ' .. , . . . - 7', 7 I 3 K ' 9 . . . 7 a-1 9 1 -- 1 ' Q ' A 1 9 W' ., Q ' kr . "' 7 ' ' I Qi, X Elks' B N Lv, V X 0 u-M' t, . 1- , ' L , . . ' 5' 1-1 x 3 K K I 77 - I - ,f a-a n a - I ,5 7 ' vfiiglltlvizji A A My . ,X .4335 ,Lf - . . ' . ft 'N' ,,tu.:f .-P' . . - f , , , , , L . - 1 1 r - . I ' - 9 ' y 1 A ' M ' V 7 3 7 S Q 1 . . rv .2 2, v S S f 5 T: K, V, ' MVT' 2 'ti a 1 - x ffbg ,s 5' - Y ,.A.f', QL 7,5 4 S- TROJAN CENTENNIAL 1858 I958 THOMAS W PERRY St Peter Band 12 Intramural Bowling 2 Trojan News 12 SANTO H PINO St Edward Class Officer 134 Student Council 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Boxing 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 THOMAS G PIVIROTTO Mary Immaculate PAUL A PLATEK St Francis Xavier Band 1 Z 3 4 Projector s Club 3 Christmas Show 1 2 3 4 Intramural Bowling 2 4 Yearbook JAMES S PROFOZICH All Saints Christmas Show 4 Intramural Bowling 2 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 2 3 4 Yearbook Varsity Bowling 3 4 GEORGE W PUKANIC St Cyprlan Knights of the Altar lg Sodality 1,2,3,45 Yearbook, Science Honor 45 Classical Honor 1,2. JAMESJ RAFFERTY St Ambrose Band 1,2,3,4g Dramatics 1,2g Knights of the Altar 13 Christmas Show lg Intramural Basketball lg Sodality 1,2,35 Trojan News 2,33 History Honor 3,45 Science Honor 3. ROBERT E RATHKE St Ambrose Dramatics 45 Sodality 1,23 Trojan News 2 3,45 Year- book. ANTHONY J RAUSCH Most Holy Name Band 1,2,3g Dramatics 1,25 Perfect Attendance, Hall Guard 3,4g Projector's Club 3,43 Christmas Show 1,2,35 Intramural Basketball 1,3,4g Sodality 1,2,4g Trojan News 1,Z,3. 'i Ki J xx 1 1 43 Q1 DANIEL F ROOS Assumption Intramural Basketball 1 Tropn News I 3 Yearbook Sclence Honor 3 Mathexnatlcs Honor 4 JOHN C ROPOSH St Anthony Intramural Bowling 3 Intrlmuril Baslcctba LOUIS E ROSS Regina Coelx Intramural Bowling 3 Intramuml Bulxctba Intramural Boxmg Musart Honor 7 3 Baseball 3 Varsxty Bowling 7 KENNETH R ROZYCKI St Nncholas, Mlllvale Art Club 1 7 3 4 Yearbook Musirt Honor 7 3 4 JAMES F RICCI St Ursula Class Oflicer 1 Cheerleader 123 Chrlstmas Show 14 Intramural Basketball 12 4 Soclalxty 1 DAVID R RICHARD Natlvlty Intramural Basketball 1 Soclallty 12 Trojan News 2 3 History Honor 3 4 Mathematlcs 4 BARIE D RICKETTS Assumption Class Officer 1 Intramural Basketball 2 SOCIRIICY I 2 Trojan News 1 2 3 4 Yearbook History Honor 3 4 PATRICK F RIEGNER St Boniface Christmas Show 2 Intramural Bowlmg 17 3 Int a mural Basketball 1 Z 3 4 MARTIN J ROMBACH St Cyril Class Ofllcer 1 3 Hall Guard 4 Intramural Bowlmg 7 Intramural Basketball 1 TIMOTHY V ROONEY Annuncnatlon Class Officer 4 Intramural Basketball 7 3 4 Intra mural Boxmg 3 Q' Nh-ai 'Www 'S 'vs Al. f -4917 RAYMOND G SCHMELTZ Most Holy Name Musart Honor 3 ALBERT A SCHNEIDER St Cyril Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Intramural Boxing 7 3 FRANCIS R SCHOLL Assumption Debate 3 Intramural Boxing 1 FRANK E SCHREIBER St Patrick Canonsburg Pa JOHN M. SAPPER Intramural Bowling 4. St. Joseph LEO J. SCANLON Trojan News 1. Nativity JACK SCHAFER Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4g Intramural Boxing 2,3,4g Football 2,3,43 Basketball 2. St. Edward RAYMOND C. SCI-IAFER All Saints Debate 45 Radio Club l,2,3,4g Trojan News l,2g Dra- matics 4. LAWRENCE G. SCHERER Nativity Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4g Stage Crew 2. THOMAS J SCHLERETH St Aloyslus Class Officer 1 7 3 4 Honor Student 1 7 3 4 Student Council 1 3 4 Debate I 7 Hall Guard 4 Knights of the Altar 12 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Sodality 1 Z 3 Federation Representative 2 3 Trojan News Z 3 4 fEd1tor in chief History Honor 4 Mathclnatlcs Honor 3 4 Classical Honor 3 4 'K' QS:- WALTER H. SCHUTZMAN St. Bonaventure Class Ofhcer 2,3,4g Student Council 23 Debate l,2,3g Knights of the Altar 1,25 Christmas Show 1,25 Trojan News l,2,3,4 fffclitorl. RICHARD W SCHWAB Annuncnatlon A t Club 1 2 3 4 Fecleratlon Rcpresentatlve 3 4 Musart Honor 3 Classical Honor 3 4 Preslclent FRANK C SCHWERTZ St Athanasxus Class Officer 1 Z 3 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Stage Crew Z Athletlc Manager 3 SANDY W SCICHILONE Madonna Class Officer 3 Intramural Bowling Yenrbook Varsity Bowlmg 3 4 DENNIS J SCULLION Most Holy Name Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Intramural Boxing JOHN W SEAMAN St Boniface Class Officer Z 3 Student Councxl 4 Secremry Cheerleader 4 Intramural Basketball l 7 3 4 In mural Boxmg 1 Sodallty 7 Football 7 B1sketb1ll 1 7 Baseball 3 if SYLVESTER W SILEBACHER St Tcrcsa Class Oflhcer l Intramural Basketball l In r mural Boxing Soclillty l 7 football 1 3 4 WILLIAM S SEIPPEL St oscph H111 Guard 4 Intramural Biskctlnll PAUL A SHANNON St Cyrll of Alexandria Intramural Bowlmg 17 34 Intr1mur1l Basketball 12 3 4 Intramural Boxing 1 Yearbook Mtrht matics Honor 3 JAMES T SHAW St Ursula TROJAN CENTENNIAL I858-I958 2 'ffm 5,1 DAVID SILVERBLATT St. Cyril Hall Guard 3,4g Sodality lg Trojan News l,2,3,4g Business Honor 3,4. ERNEST L SKULTETY St Mary Glcnfleld Class Ofllcer 1 7 4 Bancl 1 2 Knlghts of the Altar 1 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Soclallty 1 2 Yearbook GABRIEL J SMITH Holy Famlly Band 1 2 3 4 ROBERT A SOBEHART St Mary Sharpsburg Debate 1 Knights of the Altar 1 Intramural Basket ba l 2 3 STANLEY S SOCHA St Edward Band Manager 3 4 Perfect Attendance Kmghts of the Altar 1 3 Trojan News Z LAWRENCE M SOLINSKY St Gabriel Class Officer 4 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Buslness Honor 3 4 PAUL S SOLTIS St Gabrnel Debate 3 Library Staff 2 3 4 Stage Crew 1 History Honor 3 4 Scxence Honor 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 ' I ia lk, , 7 2 3 D a 3 11 , , f ' ' i - 4 . . . I ' r 1, f RICHARD M. SOVCHEN sf. Cyril ' f. 5 ' ' '7' 55 ? - A .1 , , 3 ,lf 91 JOSEPH M STYBORSKI Assumption Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Sclencc Honor 4 JOSEPH S. SUDAC St Mary Class Officer 1, Intramural Bowlmg 1, Intramural Boxmg 2,3 MATTHEW T. SZYKOWNY Assumption Class Officer 1,2,3, Honor Student l,2,3,4, Student Councll 4, Hall Guard 2,3, Federatlon Representatxve 2,3, Hlstory Honor 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,3,4 DAVID M. TACIUCH St. Anthony Class Officer 4, Intramural Bowlmg 1, Intramural Boxmg 1,Z. WILLIAM J SPEHAR Intramural Basketba St Ambro e 3 4 Business I"IOI'lOl 4 JOHN W Intramural STALTER Basketball 3 4 Most Holy Name PAUL W Intramural STAUBER Basketball 1 3 4 Intramural Boxmg l Most Holy Name. EDWARD Sodallty 1 W STEFANKO St Cyril Trojan News 1 2 3 4 Hlstory Honor 3 4 FRANK J STEINMETZ All Samts Class Oflflcer 1 2 Bancl 1 2 Hall Guard 3 Projector s Club 4 Trojan News 1 7 4 Yearbook LOUIS P STERN St Mary Glenshaw Bancl 1 2 Intramural Basketball l Z 3 4 Intr1mur1l Boxlng 1 Trojan News 3 4 Baseball Z 49631 .fur 'oi 'Irs "N" 3'-J", Zur!! 'Wea Sa' , we" W if -L. ,L i w""w- "-.'Z:.' if aw' -0163 RICHARD I TURICI Assumption Class Oflacer 1 7 3 4 Student Council 1 7 4 Sodallty 1,7,3, Football l,7,3,4, Basketball 1,",3,4, Baseball 1, ROBERT P. TUSSEY Annunclatlon Class Officer l,2,3,4, Art Club l,2,3,4, Intramural Bowlmg 4, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Sodalxty 1, Yearbook, Musart Honor 2,3,4, Science Honor 3, Basketball 1,2 WILLIAM A. UJHAZY St. Peter Intramural 2 RONALD A. VARDZEL St. Gabrxel Library Staff 3,4 HARRY J THENS Madonna Class Officer 2 Hall Guard 2 Intramural Boxmg 2 3 ALBERTJ THOMAS Annunclatlon Cheerleader 1 2 3 Perfect Attendance Hall Guard 2 JAMES A TILLILIE Perpetual Help Class Officer 3 Student Councxl 3 4 Treasurer Foot ball 2 4 PHILIP C TOPPING St Teresa Class Officer 4 Student Councxl 4 Debate 123 Library Staff 2 Hall Guard 2 Sodallcy l 2 3 4 Trojan News 2 3 Yearbook Science Honor 3 Mathematics Honor 4 THOMAS J TRAYMAR Hall Guard 2 Natxvxty RONALD L TROCCHIO Class Officer 4 Chrnstmas Show 4 Intramural Bowlmg Z Intramural Basketball 1 Z 3 4 St Cyrnl ,-' T l l' I - if 14 ,Wg ,E if' . W ., , 5 qft-Q, ' . R K -. ii! 1 Ysfawgv 3' " as gr, ,,,. . 3 fi T3 ' ,, 1, . . 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'1 4 PAUL G VAUGHAN St Mary Band l 2 3 4 Cbrlstmas Show 1 2 3 4 Intr1mur1l Basketball 14 Yearbook Classlcal Honor 3 4 ROBERT J VELTRI St Nlcllolas Intramural Bowlmg 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 VINCENT P VENTOMILLER St Athanasxus Intramural Bowling 3 FRANK L VOGEL St Nicholas Mlllvalc Intramural Bowling 2 3 4 CHARLES D WALKER St Catherine Band 1 Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Intmmural Boxmg 1 7 Football 7 3 4 Baseball 7 RONALD J WALTER Assumption Class Officer 4 Hall Guard 4 its is X51 'K 'MW s""?' 19" ,ap 'F 415 ROBERT T WALTON St Leo Art Club 1 Intramural Baslxetbill l 7 3 Ycarboolt BERNARD X WANNINGER St Teresa Class Officer l Intramural 1 7 4 Sodallty 1 7 EDWARD J WEBER Natlvlty of Our Lord Hlstory Honor 3 4 FRANK -I WEBER St. Ambrose Intramural Basketball 1,4 TROJAN CENTENNIAL I858 I958 4 Q! fm, 'Um .aim X JAMES J WEISS St Anne, Mnllvale Intramural Bowlmg 1 7 Boxxng 2 JOHN R WELLINGTON St Peter Band 1 7 3 4 Projector s Club 4 Chrlstmas Show 1 3 4 Classlcal Honor 3 4 AUGUST W WERCHOWSKI St Teresa Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 Hxstory Honor 3 4 Football 1 2 WILLIAM R WERNER St Ambrose Intramural Basketball 1 Basketball 12 3 4 WILLIAM J WHITE St Cyrxl Class Offlcer 2 Cheerleader 4 Hall Guard 2 Chrlst mas Show 4 Intramural Basketball 17 3 4 Trojan News 4 Yearbook HERBERT L WILLIAMS St Cyprlan Lxbrary Staff 1 Projector s Club 4 Intramural Bowl mg 2 Federatlon Representatlve 3 Busmess Honor JOHN F WITHUM St Ursula Class Officer 1 2 Intramural Bowlmg 2 3 Intramural Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Soclllty l Yearbook Basketball 1 JOSEPH A WOEHREL St Mary Sharpsburg Debate I 2 4 Kmghts of the Altar 1 Intramural Bas ketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Boxxng 1 2 Yearbook Classical I-Ionor 3 4 -1 A 14 . . ,..g . . , 2 . ' 7 . ' 7 '- e 1'-1 1 1 1 1'-1 ' 1 1 1 - V5-.K , . D 4 vs, . I V-. 1-1 1 1 1 1 3 an ...,,. I K Kp.. I 1-qgfl, : - vw I -f' pg , . U .- ,' 11 , :. I, ' ,gh to sf f sg' an M 'iff' . . , ,ff x ll :J -41 . . 3 1 1 1 ' . . S S S ' - S 1'-1 1 S Q . . ' . , . 1 1 ' j I n l I 1 3 1 1 ' 3,4. , 1 . . 6 , 9 , 9 1 1 1 3 S 5 - . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 3 v l STANLEY F. WO-ITYNA St. Teresa JOSEPH D WOLKIFWICZ Assumptnon Bancl 7 Library Staff 7 Christmas Slmow 1 7 lntra mural Basketball 3 Intramural BOXlI1g 1 CHARLES L WOODS St Mary Intramural Bowlmg 3 Intramurxl B1 ltctbull l JOHN A YODANIS St Mary Sharpsburg Intramural Basketball 3 4 Yearbook JAMES M ZANG St Anthony Hlstory Honor 3 4 THOMAS W ZANG St Aloyslus Intramural Baslxetba Intramural Boxing l Busmess Honor 3 4 49' lk. HERBERT P ZIEFEL Mary Sharpsburg Intramural Basketball 1 7 3 4 ROGER R ZIMMERS St Athanaslus Band 1 Cheerleader 1 Df3lI11flCS 4 Atlmletlc M111 ager 2 3 THOMAS P ZUGATES St Nicholas Mxllvale Intramural Basketball 17 3 Intramural Bowlmg 3 BERNARD J ZWOLSKI Holy Family Class Officer I 7 Student Council 1 7 Bancl I 7 3 4 President Intramural Basketball I 7 3 4 S I-he , . 1 . -3 ' . -g , ' .:. ,-g .- ' . 3 . K ' . ? I Lg I " g . .s' . . 5 . . , JL is . . ' . , 5 . '. . . -9 -. , . Q . 7 . ,Q . ll 1,-,3,4, . . , XML f , aa A-f i Q . Y V' Vsjkiff ' ,, , f xf . Sr. , 4. !"7 7 ' Z S - 5 1 ' , . I u , - ,-y S . I A -'I lm bv a-3 v-3 4 y-a a 'Y 1 H." l 1'-y 2 ' l f U 3, l r NORTH CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 119395 To many Pittsburghers, St. joseph's Orphanage, established in 1851 atop of Troy Hill, is a memorial landmark. In 1939, Bishop Boyle built on this property the second modern diocesan high school. the sTuDE T IS ENCCDURAGED AND GUIDED T0 FULFILL THE BEST OF HIS TALENTS Here at North constant efforts are made to give each and every student a chance to fulfill his natural talents. He is guided and encouraged to select courses best suited to his personality. The selection of studies offered is broad enough so that he may choose the courses which will be most beneficial to him in his future life. The student is encouraged to join in a wide variety of school activities. This variety ranges from such activities as the Dramatics Club to the Chess Club. For the more artistic students the Art Club serves a useful purpose. A Radio Club and the newly founded Projectionist Club are also among the many activities. For the athletic-minded, a wide intramural program is offered. my .I . jg! J' DAVID W ABMAYR VICTOR F FROELICHER it u 'MW arf M.. naslqtfgg 44,43 It MJVQW 5, us nik 132'-'Pilar 'L""""iir4 Wi' BERNARD j BRUNNER MICHAEL J CONROY JAMES R HAMM if FOUR YEAR IIOINOR STUDENTS Durmg thenr century rn 1 cxty proud of nts centers of learmng the NIRYIBIIISIS have established hugh standards of scholarshxp for their students Thxs group of scholars haxe hested the most strmgent standards and have attained the stature of belng honor students for four years ROBERT C HOFFMAN aghs ,S 2 . X ' , . - T . f S , 7 ff' I 1 im! 1 lx X 1 V . I,' ,it T1 A. -, fry: 5 f -J 'N E J f "Ay A V F2 ' 5:3 :Fix A 3 ,Fi f, I 'W-vu. - Q af. wigs f2".."'jw+2 f n. , 04, - -' V . , ,, Q R 'V ' 'sv 'IP W. , " V : vs, 'gl ,il A . - jf ' 5 E11 :gl , fa 2 , S " V. ' f - , 'fx 'gf - 1 af' 3 '4 L'-"4, A A W.k,,,gE,,.. yi ff if L 1 5 ik -. V' M fi' f +4 vs , ff ' faffbf' ' lf" elm.. riiazwnl JOHN F. HOLLIS CARL W. KAMPER JOSEPH V. NIEDERST WILLIAM C. NIEDERST GRN E :I ib-ng-Q nf x ,.., g It THOMAS J. SCHLERETH X MATTHEW T. SZYKOWN Y 'Ea su f"N 44' 'Q-jx w .v fm ' . ' , N,'a:..'fY gtk 'C I fx. , ' V. S-AQ. 1-, mv Q-4. rf " ' ' K :fx :75:'!'?.,5fN, aim X 35'-'fx -'fu .wwf -4?fbi'I3:'?f fi if -if . -1f:2"4 Qi ,?5.g,f1'f ,6'1fg.-gffzf 1 1 ' Y r1yr.-.i..-.- :Am ".'fQ',-..n. . m-in-',,-.fg.p',,a,-A, sz 'f '-9-.'-IV? 'PX 314' 'fw,3"' -af' FRONT ROW: R. Hoffman, Hamm, M. Duffy, R. Maddock, L. Nleta, Niederst, B. Ricketts, R. Koch. SECOND ROW: Marcoly, R. Schafer, D. Abmayr, D. Goetz, Leitsch, T. Mtinsch, I.. Klingensmith. THIRD ROW: W. Niederst, Hollis, M. Conroy, P. Beck, W. King, R. Budzik Cpresidentj.. F. Ferketic, T. Ging. FOURTH ROW: NI. Kavanagh CVice-Presidcntj, A. Melle, D. Roos, G. Pukanic, B. Brunner. R. Halleran, R. Tussey fSecretaryj. FIFTH ROW: Styborski, K. Rozycki, Haugh, P. Shannon, C. Kampcr CTreasurei-D, J. Blitzko, V. Froelicher, I.. Stern. ABSENT: Helbling. twelve J' twelve FRONT ROW: M. Balfc, R. Cronin, R. Nlertlier, R. Kowalski, W. Moiil, R. Faub, W. Hollein. SECOND ROW: S. Janaszek, F. Arden, E. Dietz, W. Alberth, F. Kress, Kundrat. THIRD ROW: D. Bach CVicc- Presidentb, E. Colerich, Kasun CTreasurerj. H. Hoff- man, Brunner, D. Edgar CSecretaryj, A. Iarussi. FOURTH ROW: A. Geist, L. Hanlein, T. Cook, D. Brunner, A. Deutsch, R. McKee fpresidenty FIFTH ROW: C. Bellanca, C. Cahill, M. Huclec, A. DiGirolamo, W. Geier, P. Mittermeir. ABSENT: R. Hutter. FRONT ROW: P. Lovrcncic. V. Vcntomiller, E. Weber, P. Soltis, F. Scholl. SECOND ROW: Maicsc, Melder, G. O'Hare, Rafferty, Shaw, R. Sovchen, W. Werner, W. Schutzman Qsecretaryj. THIRD ROW: A. Melodia, D. Richard, C. Newland, B. O'Boylc CTreas- urerj, Zang, S. Orosz. Nolan. FOURTH ROW: A. Werchowski, D. Liddell, R. Walton, R. McGeown, S. Pino CPresidentj. Sappcr, P. Topping QVice-Presidentj, R. Sobehart. FIFTH ROW: L. Scherer, L. Scanlon, M. Szykowny, S. Wojtyna, C. Walker, Roposh, Weiss. ABSENT: P. Orr, E. Stefanko. -saluugj unsung ufelzfc FRONT ROW: T. Rooney QTreasurerj, V. LaBarbera, T. Schlereth CVice-Presidentj, P. Vaughan, F. Hunkele, J. Miksa, F. Schreiber. SECOND ROW: Tillilie, F. Steinmetz, Wochrel. E. Skultety Csecretaryj. R. Turici fPresidentj. W'ellington, D. Miller. THIRD ROVV: R. Vardzel, Cain, R. Madigan, Huber, A. Rausch, Hamm, R. Schwab, G. O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Profozich, R. Rathke, Burke, T. Monterossi, Hahn, P. Neihardt, J. Withinnm. ABSENT: T. Lewis. 'I FRONT ROW: T. Hudak, T. Zugates, R. Walter fSec- retaryj, Musher, A. Schneider, F. Nau. SECOND ROW: S. Socha, T. Kane, A. Moore, B. Wanninger, R. Novotny, Schafer, B. Zwolski. THIRD ROW: W. Seippel, T. Murphy, R. Trocchio fVice-Presidentj, G. Smith, D. lVIcKinney, P. Platek. FOURTH ROW: H. Ziefel, Nemec, S. Scichilone, Nascone, R. Papania CTre:-xsurerj, E. Mahofski CPresidentj, W. White. FIFTH ROW: S. Seebacher, R. Maciejeski, M. Hyschak, P. Ley, R. Leclerbrink, Lyle, T. Pivirotto, H. Thens. ABSENT: W. Ujhazy. fwelee fufelee FRONT ROW: A. Thomas, E. Lyle CTreasurerj, Ricci, R. Hass CVice-Presidentj, Neugebauer, D. Scullion. SECOND ROW: F. Schwertz, P. Botz, P. Riegner, T. Perry, M. Romhach, L. Ross. THIRD ROW: D. Goetz Csecretaryj, R. Zimmers, R. Bray, T. Traymar, D. Hoar, J. Mravintz, R. Lucas. FOURTH ROW: R. Schmeltz, P. Burlett, K. Marx, W. Caye, Suclac, Wolkiewicz, Yodanis, W. Cherup. ABSENT: A. jones fPresidentj, J. Kane. Selma! LI F E Making good use of the chemistry labora- tory and its unlimited supply of scientific equipment is G. Groll. Here he delves into one of the numerous problems that exist in the world of test tubes and beakers. Here we see a gathering of students en- joying the annual track meet at North. This event was inaugurated so that the students of North could compete against each other in the many different track and field events. The keen competition among the students is evident in the awe- struck faces of these individuals. . Fr, All eyes focused on Bro. Bernard Diethorn as he strives to maintain order and silence as a group of students eagerly anticipate the opening of the 1 -'i ,fl fl I J ' ' l '63 I Y I . , 5 x 5 xx, V .1 SITTING: R. Haas, R. Lutz, H. Blanker, R. Meyer, W. Anthony, R. Rojik, F. Naderhoff. STANDING: L. Szykowny, M. Ceiler, P. Walter, F. Maradcn, R. Ernst, J. Dodaro, T. Rodman, P. Manor. I-Iere are the freshmen scholars who have proved equal to the tasks given to them. By continued success in their scholastic en- deavors, they have attained the distinction of being honor students. SITTING: R. Harris, B. Butchko, D. Hajduk, R. Klueber, D. Donatelli, G. Miller. STANDING: T. Bajzek, T. Billingsley, Holohan, E. Meinert, Sabina, R. Kiefer, D. Rooney. ABSENT: Riley. Sv mr TJ ll. 'Y 4 I I 1 73,1 , FRONT ROVV: E. Gable, A. Dutkowsky. L. Hauck, Dodaro Qpresidentj, D. Hartung, E. Stadnik, Moran, E. Payer. SECOND ROW: D. Greer, D. Bach, T. Bajzek, J. Froelicher. G. Miller, H. Liberatore, Ambrose. THIRD ROW: G. Angelo, D. Rooney. E. Oberst CSecre- taryj, A. Gray, F. Schmitt, T. Billingsley, D. Gallagher, Walsh. FOURTH ROW: R. Kiefer, Holohan, Mina- han, L. Waibel, D. Muth, Monahan. W. Cichoski. FIFTH ROW: K. Sradafeld, R. Meyer. Doherty, R. Ernst, R. Heim QTreasurerj, Sabina. R. Lutz. E. Meinert QVice-Presidentj. ABSENT: Bubarth, juhascik. nine 14246 FRONT ROXV: L. Wfateska, Riley, E. Tobias, E. Hutch ison, M. McCarthy. Lindow, R. Harris CSecretaryj, D Waxter. SECOND ROW: A. Santelli, D. Stone, A Fincke, F. Metz. C. Ley, W. Foley, P. Deer, S. Kaminski D. Hajduk. THIRD ROW: V. Cirocco, D. Moore, T Berger, R. Grabowski. Bedeck, W. Novakovic, Lorinc J. Sorg. FOURTH ROW: G. Boucek, Baier, Mayer M. Wisniev'ski, M. Horne, G. Readal, O'Hara fTreas- urerj, R. Steigerwald. D. Ross. FIFTH ROW: W. Halli P. Wisnieu'ski QPresidentj, R. Haas, D. Matessa, F. Nader- hoff, T. Rodman, P. Manor, H. Blanker QVice-President, D. Rich, F. Maraden. ABSENT: R. Postler. X S 'Q nine FRONT ROW: L. Scholl, S. Martis, R. Sattlcr, W. Kohl- meyer, R. Stroyne, R. Baratka, Smurlo, A. Constantini, W. lVlcC0nomy. SECOND ROW: R. Lang, D. Reif, A. Goblick, Ceranic, R. Wahlen, T. Hunkelc, R. Robbins, E. Grzandziel. THIRD ROW: L. Wolkiewicz, F. Thomas, R. Macecevic, T. Schohn, F. Hagan, F. Marchese, R. D'Amico, Schmude. FOURTH ROW: G. Pfeiffer CTreasurerj, Wind, R. Dratfinsky, G. Beley, G. Rihn, R. Viney, H. Wojciechowski, D. Goetz. FIFTH ROW: R. Teeters, Savage, G. Geary, C. Rothdeutsch, K. Andi- orio CSecretaryj, M. Ceiler Cprcsidentj, L. Cynkar, Ward, E. Leahy fVice-Presidentj. ABSENT: W. Krenn. is all FRONT ROXV: N. Toomey, R. Stampcr Cpresidcntj, R. Kraus, R. Skanderson, M. Roberts. D. Zupsic, Farley, J. Marx CSecretaryj. SECOND ROW: Rooney, R. Aguglia, G. Clarke, F. Foster, W. Schmitt. L. Salinetro, D. Zelik, S. Nlaliszewski, R. O'lVlalley. THIRD ROW7: G. Kenny, Weidner. R. Boehm, N. Himber, G. Rooney, -I. Hepburn, S. Poloka. T. Henke. FOURTH ROW: Yurkovich, T. Neary. Hughes CTreasurerj, F. Mesick, A. McTighe, D. Huttinger, Geiselhart, R. Kitt, R. Rojilc CVice-Presiclentj. FIFTH ROW: L. Racke, lVlcLaugh- lin, R. Spontak, Urso, P. Walter, M. Lovrencevic, R. Nlangone, D. Hertwcck. nie F1716 FRONT ROW7: R. Carey. R. Donatelli, R. Nlurphy, R. W'ashek, C. Rectenwald, E. Zappa, H. Shreiber. SECOND ROW: YV. Schmandt, A. Aufman, L. jones, R. Dorsch, J. Keay, P. Winterhalter, A. janusiewicz, H. Dietrich CPresidentj. THIRD ROW: Olejarz, Stockham, G. Edgar. C. Weigand, Ward, A. Yavorka, K. Reemsten, R. Heil, R. Bates. FOURTH ROW: V. Martin, W. Schnaufer, A. Good, R. Kijowski QVice-Presidentj, Kotchey, T. Ross. L. Corscllo. R. Jahn. FIFTH ROW: F. Dopp, WC Anthony, D. Reiland, T. Iwanowski QSecre- taryj, G. Toth, Purua, S. jacok QTreasurerj, L. Hotf- man, L. Franklin. FRONT ROW: C. Wokutch, K. Holliger, D. Francis, K. Tutek, M. Slazinski, R. Stevens, Tylenda fVice-Presi- dentj. SECOND ROW: Tunney, R. Wolfson, M. Thompson, Docherty, L. Dukes, P. Trpcic, T. Heyl, R. Roman. THIRD ROW: W. Hnvlalc, R. Szymanski, T. Flaherty CTreasurc-rj, R. Anke, P. Smith, Karpinski, D. Donatelli, F. Conaboy, F. Killmcyer. FOURTH ROW: R. Calarie, R. Babjack, S. Alagich, P. Holleran, R. Nickel, W. Sibenac, R. Schroeffel, L. O'Connell. FIFTH ROW: R. Farina, R. Stierhcim, A. Tarasi, R. Duffy, P. Palangi CPresidentQ, C. Pinello, L. Szykowny QSecretaryj, Stack, T. Love. ABSENT: Gerlach. ---.---3 lllllnlunuuys FRONT ROW: Klinefelter, C. Conley, D. Lyons fSec retaryj, Eppley, A. Laquatra, C. Giger, Glynn. SECOND ROW: A. Kelly, R. Graf CTreasurerj, Fucci J. Balkovec, Cvetnik, R. Klueber, L. Kalb, B. Butchko. THIRD ROW: R. Hartman, R. Hessong, Lake, R Dzubinski, W. Klinger, G. Bolen, W. Hutchison FOURTH ROW: R. Deluga, T. Jones fPresidentD, K Karasinski fVice-Presidentj, Christe, Luttringer, L. Knoebel, R. Latta, R. Beatty. FIFTH ROW: E. King, B. Bower, Frole, A. Wierzbowski, G. Friday, A. Lelinski R. Lewis. ABSENT: Carothers. um' 9 nine FRONT ROW: R. Toia, R. Singer, D. Scanlon, C. Matcsic, T. Neusch, W. Thomas. SECOND ROW: W. O'Dell F. Camino, C. Weiherer, T. Wolf, F. Taciuch, R. Michels, G. Roman. THIRD ROW: G. Schafer, F. Smith, D. Ludwig, B. Pfeffer, R. Wfolf, R. Policichio. FOURTH ROW: Niklaus, E. O'She, R. Ullman, P. McCauley, T. Buckel, A. Scheuring, D. Marx. FIFTH ROVV: T. Wor- sen, W. Poniatowski, F. Rausch, R. Mihm, R. Stiscak, D. Spitler, B. Abbott, S. Kotarbo. ABSENT: R. Mason, R. Ruettgers, D. Staab. 9 The record-setting class of 917, under thc watchful eye of Mr. Robert Sturm. crowd around to make returns in the Booster Drive. Brother Herbert Verbesey, S.M., and a group of Trojans spend some leisure time in the courtyard promoting student- teacher relationship. ,I 3 , I X. N 1 ...A lk, il! Sclzzfrfl LIFE A scene in the library-a much frequented and used facility at North. Here, it seems the upper classmen are busily engaged doing research for themes. The joy of a class break is expressed in the faces of these happy individuals, as they cram as much amusement as possible into these few carefree minutes. P SITTING L Hamm D Nlushenhelm G Sperl K Gaertner G lVIcGough Bomcky P Gallagher STANDING K Waters Brungo Scherle R Meslano N Scanlon L Farina E Balkovec Gumta The Students llstcd hue irc thc Honor Students of the Sophomort Dlvlslon Through consclentlous and constant appllcatlon to studies they attamcd an axexage of 90 r better They have reached the halfway mark We encourage them to contmue the good work throughout thelr remaunmg two years at North SITTING J Patterson E Suchma M Smokouch S Trybus F Knrner STANDING W Roos R Beck: L Hornfeck J Flaherty Maier H McGmn ABSENT G Bogel J Healy Q1 fy-Q 17 ,A .N . g- mf- -ta, .N 3 " J F 4. 5 1 . -- , '- ' f S , .. - ... ., Q, gs A I -, Q x f I v ' jfli A ' 1 .. Y . ' Q .. ' jug , Z 1. . bu f, ,. 1' is . . V ' N, . .. A " 'I k 'A I 74 ' -"Farr, , lv., ,ff 'I' '.',',",3 'r ' f-in V I , I xv Q' M." I 4'- Lp fi' f ' 'L 5- ' 1' K ,N t fl : . , . , . , . , . , , . . : . , , , . , 1 , X' t 5 . . . 4 t . . I - ff , I 0 Y A I . Y V t 1 . : . , . , . ' , . , . . : . , . , . , . ,J. , . . : . , . . FRONT ROW: E. Cunningham, Miisilli, G. lVIcGough QTreasurerj, T. Mitchell, D. Nlushenheim, Bonicky. SECOND ROW: P. Kiernan, K. Guter, G. Sperl, F. Hanley, B. Brill, R. Zahren, Giardina, Guinta. THIRD ROW: K. Waters, G. Bogel, K. Gaertner, P. Schafer, Brungo, E. Balkovec, N. Scanlon. FOURTH ROW: R. Mesiano, Phillips, P. McGrail, L. Farina, H. McGinn, B. Patterson, E. Suchma, S. Trybus. FIFTH ROW: R. Becki, M. Smokovich, Maier CPresidentQ, L. Hornfeclc, L. Magasano CVice-Presiclentj, Healy, W. Roose QSecrctaryj. ABSENT: R. Dziewit. I FRONT ROW7: M. Rectcnwald, P. Gallagher, F. Gazbocla, F. Reif, F. Spreng, Hudak, F. Schneck. SECOND ROW: W. Leahy, R. Scanlon, Suba, P. Schweiger, Rice, C. DiPasquale, L. Hamm QTreasurerj, C. Schroeffel. THIRD ROW: W. Roeper, M. Bucelc, DePhillips, Smerslcy, W. Pfouts, R. Krebs CSecretaryj, R. Burkhouse. FOURTH ROW: E. Ricketts, G. Baker, F. Kirner, D. Korade, Rodgers, L. Sweeney fPresidentj, R. Mager, R. Schaper. FIFTH ROW: H. Lenhart, Frank, B. Auber, A. Keay, D. Steigerwald, Flaherty, R. McIntyre. ABSENT: R. Maruscak. I 1 l X L xr! l f l. l -nu---. .XX ms ew - X614 FRONT ROW: L. Bifareti, M. Cammerata. Laughlin QTreasurerj, P. Barnhart, D. Reilly, R. Carlisle, W. Flynn, M. Walsh. SECOND ROW: Fuller, Merrissey, Schmitt, E. Fertig, W. Shomaker, N. Melle, R. Edgar. THIRD ROW: R. Geragi, K. Harris, F. Kujawa, L. Schindel CVice-Presidentj, Hennessey, R. Kummer, L. Woods, Kravich. FOURTH ROW: Schubert, T. Waters, D. Blumer, C. Esser, R. Kirk, H. Hewlett, J. Freyvogel, W. DeLuca fSecretaryj, P. Mullin. FIFTH ROW: W. Heintzinger, R. Raclzyminski, C. Streiff, R. Korinski, R. Jezak, T. Deer, E. Vitunic, Plavan QPresi- dentj. ABSENT: Munsch. 4 FRONT ROW: P. Bizub, R. Tate, Comport, D. Vinski, S. Menzel, P. Cornia, Kocian. SECOND ROW: W. Kruth, W. Zeck, M. Eichler, K. Weixel, R. Zink, A. Panza fTreasurerj, S. Kozlowski, R. Badjack. THIRD ROW: T. Moul, C. Hrach CSecretaryj, Becker, Pfeiffer, Lazur, E. Lignowski, R. Wolny. FOURTH ROW: T. Monheim, K. McNamara, Hertweck, T. Przywitoski, E. Byrne CVice-Presidentj, D. Lynch, G. Walkawskas, C. Klauscher. FIFTH ROW: Beck, Colbert, R. Esser, J. Fuchs, C. Mares, D. Depp, Brush Qpresidentj, M. Carney, R. Martin. ABSENT: W. Stebler. X611 H H Y ftflfl FRONT ROVV: D. Krupa, T. Drobniewski. R. Jesteaclt, T. Knezevich, C. Schweitzer, G. Bruggeman, C. Stratico. SECOND ROW: R. Mitrecic. Merry, F. Vybiral, F Schindler, T. Heintz. R. Ostrowski. E. Wokutch. W". Yvest. THIRD ROW': Wagner, R. Ingram, A. Tucke. T. Sniadach, D. Mihni. Schubert, P. Gropelli. W. Yveaver T. Lowe. FOURTH ROW: Uhler. M. Burkhart CScc retaryj, E. Wachom'ski, Stalter, A. Langer. H. Kline. W. McClelland CTreasurerj, R. Nlaceccvic. FIFTH ROW R. Kutrufis, R. Gillespie. H. Balzert, Olean Cpresidentj W. Graham. Maslir, R. Trcsky. A. Martin. G. Summers ABSENT: R. Conrad CVicc-Presidentj, T. Liska. 9 FRONT ROVU: R. lxlarinov, Burke, T. Filip, A. Davis H. Grundler. Nl. Schocdel, YV. Hutchison. T. Mikclas SECOND ROVV: Nl. Nlichalisvyn, C. Krepp, B. Mikelas T. Stelmak, VV. Cccchini. O. Broz. G. Gray QTreasurerB THIRD ROVV: YV. Greiner. B. Nowak. Kopala. H Hunkele. Holznagel. Skipper. R. Fisher. F. Kramer. FOURTH ROXV: Schuster. If. Putch. Finn QSecrc taryj, G. Enie. G. Hufnagel. D. Cotter. W". Fischer. F Jacoby. Davis. FIFTH ROXV: T. Rush. Rathke, NI W"itkowski, D. lfifler. Cleary QVice-Presidentj. Yvyz koski Qpresiclentl. G. Kotlinski. G. hlatczak. ABSENT J. Walsh, H. Stitt, R. Fichter. fflfl C W, xr! - FRONT ROW: R. Fiedler, S. Leo, R. Grech, R. Froelich E. Loedding, N. Capo, Leo. SECOND ROW: T. Layton, R. Miller, G. Helgerman, Quatman, Conway, A Miller S Janaszek M Mayer THIRD ROW . , . , . . Crawford, Carr CTreasurerj, Eberle, G. Lutz, Bierer, W. Lederbrink, R. Caton, Gally, Hyschak Csecretaryj. FOURTH ROW: Schurer, R. Guckert, W. McGinty fVice-Prcsidentv, C. Briggs, Lofink CPresi- dentj, T. Castello, Faub, F. Balkovec. ABSENT: W. Clark, P. Ferraro. fm Ji X . fm FRONT ROW: M. Russo, Saxinger, R. Brunner, L. Stanett, E. Goral, H. Schmidt, W. Selick CSecretaryj. SECOND ROW: R. Wenzel, A. Zopank, D. Rombach fPresidentj, L. Hrytzik, Sobolak, C. Altmyer. THIRD ROW: R. Smith, Sommer, DiBucci, Scherle fVice- Presidentj, Parks, R. Smykal, R. Berger. FOURTH ROW: R. Pudo, F. Samarin, D. Tillilie, R. Rengers CTreas- urerj, W. Ruettgers, R. Gilman. FIFTH ROW: C. Younger, E. Simmons, Seigler, New, Vacek, Knoebel,-L. Seerhalcr. X -4 Smal LI F E A missing sock-a knotted shoestring-something always seems to add to the haste and confusion in the locker rooms as students strain to "beat" the bell for the next period. X., N xl gr Y.-. X Each Fall, Trojan salesmen gather in the halls to sell their wares to the incoming students. Bro. Gausling, S.M.g Bro. Mlnrray, S.M., and Bro. Hildebrand selling students supplies during the early days of the school year. 7 n mi' fig! 1 , 1 'I 1 -.,5f.,w4 I, ,115 -5 -2-sax ,' -,mv .Ma -- so t.. -,A U 1 ir l xv-vf. Physics Lab answers many new and interesting questions for the student. Here Fred Ferketic seems deeply engaged in the problem at hand. . Frederick K. Schmitt, G. Patrick, P. Wagener, R. Visokey, Leibold, M. Gallagher These juniors have put in long hours of studlous work and have merited a place among the honor students of North Cathollc We urge them to continue their good work so that this dxstmctlon may be theirs in the senior year also T Schroeifel G Wunderly R D1Pasquale,R Hengelsberg, R Rychert A Kamper, W Fischer ffl it 49 Q!!! m J , ' 3 - y - - 0 . , . 1- A Q 7 ' T X .4 1 , I ,A X 1 K v ' i W V I I ,C P- . ,I 1 3 ' :Q A' - , 1 .f 5' Q 1? 1,4 'gil X, rt .gtg . dis' ,fy if ,rl 8 i A 1. . fr. we V I J X ' n xx :z ,,:Wi554 P . r 4 I ., 11. Q 3 5 g X ' P at R .1 R 2 R H f K . 3 1 1 x a . . 13 Z -4 '44 0 r I .J 4 '44 R3h,'x ff 1 L. FRONT ROW: T. Stein, R. Suchacek, R. Tedesco, F. VanRyn, Picard, A. Bondi, P. Flaherty, Frederick, P. Wagcner. SECOND ROW: R. Visokey, N. Stone, Kahr, K. Schmitt fpresidentj. G. Sterzinger CSecretaryj, R. Yeske fTreasurerj, N. Pivirotto. THIRD ROXV: D. Welsh, T. Schroeffel, Miller, G. Wunderly, R. Lacher, J. Leibold, Sweeney, Straka, G. Patrick. FOURTH ROW: F. Hughes, Krohe, R. Dipasquale, T. lVIyers, Long, R. Schmidt, Emanuel, E. Bergen. FIFTH ROYV: -I. Rafferty, R. Rychcrt, R. Abt, W. Adamsky. T. Galda. A. Kamper, VV. Pappert, C. Nlonpere, M. Protzik. ABSENT: L. Moinl. el ffm 51611614 FRONT ROW: P. Biery. L. Kalb, R. Wojnar, W. Mc- Cormick, Bifareti, M. Glogowski, W. Martin QSecre- taryj. SECOND ROW: E. Gallagher, E. Vrana, R. Kosarich, P. Bauer, C. Popelka, W. Anderson, L. Checca, P. Dargan. THIRD ROW: K. Stander, L. Geary, S. Anatra, F. Intrieri, A. Gerst, R. Lazor, J.iCosta, T. Andrews Qpresidentj, W. Nieri. FOURTH ROW: R. Plesco, G. Schroeder, V. Dixon, A. Hudak, W. Berger CTreasurerj, R. Ciancio, K. Wy'l11an, G. Groll. FIFTH ROW: Skrocki, C. Cain, Frauenheim, D. McIntyre, D. Teeters, W. Rojik, W. Fischer CVice-Presidentj, D. Babicka, W. Buettner. ABSENT: Jackson. 1 .iff V- FRONT ROW: B. Winclisch, M. Ahearn, R. Gardner, J Martin, Karlik, T. Deluga, V. Spohn, A. Costa. SECOND ROW: G. Pace, Thomas, W. Maiese, J Lipchak, D. Foley, P. Cernanski QVice-Presidentj, D. Wallace. THIRD ROW: P. Borman, Carmassi CTreas urerj, Knuth fSecretaryj, M. Gallagher, Harsch F. Perlik, Brueckner, R. Sukitsch. FOURTH ROW E. Castello, Baggio, E. Arovits, K. Weismann, R. Hengelsberg, F. Strater, T. Steiner, W. Neill, P. Reiber. FIFTH ROW: R. Streit, E. Kunco, Bachmeyer, G. Dees fPresidentQ, Wilson, K. Strasser, D. Miller, T. Martin. "" I P FRONT ROW: R. Hcidish, R. Payer, D. Beck, H. Petro celly, L. Bienemann, S. Naccarato, Harrison CVicc Presidentj. SECOND ROW: E. Knezevich, C. Wennogle J. Pearce CTreasurerj, R. Smith, E. Fincke, Lucas, V Bukovac, L. Cimador. THIRD ROW: Thomas, I7 Kowalski, R. Becker, E. Keyser, Nason, Burtnctt, Andra, G. Sacco, M. Jerome. FOURTH ROW: P. Brosky R. Brinjak, Platzer Csecretaryj, G. Bieranowski, F. Siat kosky, M. Gavin, D. Ragan, Vogrin. FIFTH ROW: C Rogal, E. Ley, B. Bruszak, D. Capan QPresidentj, W Swartz, D. Reilly, Woistman, R. Byrnes, W. Hitchcock ABSENT: Yochum. el vm fa FRONT ROW': D. Krenn, Scidl, R. Nlullaney, A. Lang. D. Docherty, C. Leffler, E. Hart, Kohn CTreasurerj, R. Neurohr. SECOND ROW: R. Goetz, F. Abbott, R. Smith, J. Lennon, T. Heim QPresidentj, Schutzman, A. Schoedel, Moniper. THIRD ROW: K. Handyside Csecretaryj, Loebig, Standish QVice-Presidentj, Marguglio, W. Lacher, P. VanTine, L. Kessler, K. Sibic, P. Bergstrom. FOURTH ROW: L. Pack, D. Freyvogel, C. Valosio, McGuire, R. Ondek, W. Lisac, P. Dodge, D. Snelsire, B. Donovan, C. Fiedler. FIFTH ROW: D. Taiclet, Vaughn, M. O'Mahony, T. Brown, R. Schom- burger, Hohmann, D. Amend, E. Stephany, F. Keenan. 3 FRONT ROW: T. Melick, D. Mravintz, W. Latkovic, D. Robbins fSecretaryj, T. Furar, R. Raible, R. Stamper. SECOND ROW: R. Strauss, S. Pusateri QTreasurerj, R. Wehrheim, T. Majewski, Novosel, Marinzel, R. Moyeroff, W. Hillenbrand. THIRD ROW: Houck, P. McCann, E. Dax, E. Skirtich, R. Legler, H. Mazzei, Bair, G. Kirker, A. Boehm. FOURTH ROW: J.. Finnegan, T. Deglmann fPresidentj, D. Kock, Sims CVice-Presi- dentj, Lowrie, P. Meurer, V. Bulik, F. Tokar. FIFTH ROW: F. Isler, L. Vogel, H. Drwal, Kalinoski, Cegalis, R. Fischer, E. Driscoll, G. Scheuring, D. Bucher. ABSENT: Aguglia, R. Austin, H. Burkhart. . F N Q00 elven H LL eu Rus FRONT ROW: Michels, L. Kleespies, A. Novalis, R. Fuechslin, D. Brosneck, R. Ganster, L. Splane, R. Wurzer, W. Sweeney. SECOND ROW: A. Marinov, R. Vinski, F. Spehar, Kraus, A. Gorup, L. Giuliani, G. Tishky, C. Beran. THIRD ROW: R. Roman, Strueber, T. Greer, B. Erhart CSecretaryj, R. 'Baier, R. Schlosser fVice-Presi- dentj, L. Domitrovic, D. Kasenic, Keenan. FOURTH ROW: Sukits, W. Haupt, W. Sutterlin fTreasurerj, P. Crowe, Breen, Schaefer, R. Thunell, W. Scherle QPresidentQ, D. Reed, R. Ulewicz. FIFTH ROW: Nuss- baum, Moore, K. Tevis, E. Bauman, D. McKevitt, M. McGarry, P. Wasilewski, R. Guckert, E. Mielnicki. FRONT ROW: V. Spohn-11D, A. Costa-11D, R. Faub- 12B, R. Walters-IZG, T. Schlereth-12D, W. Seippel-IIG, B. Bower-9G, D. Foley-11D. SECOND ROW: Osborn- IZF, A. Rausch-IZD, R. Lewis-9G, D. Cotter-IOE, R. Plesco-11D, W. Neil-11D, M. Rombach-12H. THIRD ROW: C. Clifford-IZE, T. Martin-l1D, Milcic-12F, M. Hudec-l2B, P. Brosky-1lC, C. Rogal-11C. ABSENT: J. Christe-9G, R. Conrad-10F. ,X ll ef, Bro. Paul Dwyer, S.M., Freshmen Guid- ance Counselor, reads the instructions pertinent to I.Q. tests to several of the underclassmen. Bro. Frank Modica, S.M., Sophomore Guidance Counselor, dis- cusses a problem with a student. CL... Dr. Howard McGinn, Senior Counselor, lists and explains the requirements of college entrance to T. Melodia. Quidamz' r 1 A very important phase in the religious activities of the student-Holy Mass on First Friday. Sober faces prevail at the outset of the Central rally as the students ponder the possibilities of the night's contest. l Making use of their spare time are these early birds who have utilized the ever-friendly halls of North in preparing for the classes of the day. I V!!! ST PI-IILOMENA f1859l883j The orlglnal church and school were completed by Ven ohn N Neumann who IS presently a candldate for canomzatlon From this school came Brother john Kim who became Inspector Gen- eral of the entire Society of Mary WL' PRCDGRESS THROUGH GUR P RTICIPATION N AFTER- HCUR ACTIVITIES Extra-curricular activities are an essential component of school-life. A complete and well-rounded education would be impossible without the experience afforded by them. They develop a sense of responsibility and, by insisting uppn personal sacrifice, vastly refine the personal traits of the individual. Along with this, participation in extra-curricular activities generates close associations and expanding friendships among students and teachers alike. The resultant of these advantages is the transformation of an individual into a true Christian gentleman. The students this year were to be commended for their renewed interest in activities, which was exemplified by the tremendous increase in the membership in long-established organizations, and especially by the many new endeavors which were received by the student body with marked enthusiasm. AIN-'Em SODALITY The Sodality theme for this year was the formation of the whole man through culture. This was done in several ways. In the field of television, there was critical evaluation of programs and encourage- ment of viewing of good programs. In music, the Sodalists worked to malce good music a part of the school environment. Other drives promoted appreciation of good art, poetry, and literature. The Sodality also gave its support to the dra- matics and choral groups and to the school's social and physical programs. Faithful sodalists, F. Hanley and W. Sweeney, prepare a shrine in honor of Our Blessed Lady. ,ix s .xg .lf p , t if 1 F"? r ,sf at F ff 5- N .. 5' A 'xi in FRONT ROW: W. Martin C-Iunior Representativej, D. Mravintz, W. McCormick T. Stein, R. Goetz, W. Sweeney, Frederick. SECOND ROW: W. Nill, Pearce T. DeLuga, R. Lacher, Loebig, W. Windisch, P. McCann, C. Popelka fFreshman Representativej. THIRD ROW: R. Plesco, C. Monpere, Long, A. Kamper J. Woistman, P. Dodge, Marguglio, T. Greer. The Sodality gathers in the projection room to view some religious slides. Solemn Benediction at the end of the Sodality Reception of Candidates. A session of one of the regular Monday meet- ings of the Sodality. I .i ,MF .1 MUSIC-ART CLUB Students who had an interest in the field of art found great value in their membership in the Musart Society. Under the guidance of Brother James Cul- lina, S.lVl., and President K. Rozyclci, the Musart Club was lifted up to its rightful place among the school's activities. Due to the increase in member- ship, especially among underclassmen, the Musart Society was insured a long life and a prosperous future. FRONT ROW: T. Filip- IOE, G. Gray-IOE, Nie- derst-12A, V. LaBarbera- 12D, R. Brunner-10H, Holznagel-IOE, Vinslci- IOC. SECOND ROW: L. Guilliani-l1G, Lowrie- 11E, R. Schwab-l2D, D. Ab- mayr-12A, W. Nieclerst- 12A, L. Checca-IIB, P. Hart -12E, New-IOH, R. Ger- agi-10D. THIRD ROW: P. Burlett-12H, P. Crowe-11A, J. Finn-IOE, R. Halleran- 12A, Moore-12G, Wil- son-11D, K. Rozycki-12A, R. Lazer-11B. ART CLUB One of the most active organizations in the school was the Art Club, under the leadership of Brother James Cullina, S.lVl., and D. Halleran, Presi- dent. This organization was responsible for any posters or signs that were seen around the school. The biggest job of the members of this club was the painting of the beautiful backdrop for the Variety FRONT ROW: Niederst- 12A, V. LaBarbera-12D, R. Brunner-IOH, L. Guiliani- 11G, Holznagel-IOE. SEC- OND ROW: R. Schwab- 12D, D. Abmayr-IZA, W. Neiderst-12A, L. Checca- 11B, P. Hart-12E, New- 10H. THIRD ROW: R. Hal- leran CPresidentj-12A, Moore-l2G, Wilson-11D, K. Rozyclci-12A, B. Berger- 11B. FRONT ROW: E.. Musilli- 10A P. Kiernan-IOA, D. Mushenheim-IOA, G. Mc- Gough-IOA, G. Sperl-10A, L K Walters-10A. SECOND ROW R. Zahren-IOD, E. Balkovic-10A, G. Bogel- 10A K. Gaertner-10A, G. Patrick-11A, F. Kirner-IOB, E Suchma-IOA. THIRD ROW: T. Schlereth-12D, Wellington-l2D, P. Vaughan-12D, R. Becki- Woehrel-12D, R. Schwab- 12D D. Miller-12D. V 1 Mr x li li xt iii ' 3 X W. Roos-IOA, 'Z CLASSICAL CLUB The Classical Ialonor Society of 1958-59, as a result of the unity and effort of its memlwers, has greatly improved its status in comparison with past years. During the year the members undertook the extensive task of making an outline of history. Putting the society in the Diocesan spotlight was the election of its own President, Dick Schwab, to the Vice-Presidency of the Diocesan Society. U ,a . -.,,. v tc GLEE CLUB The Glee Club of North Catholic was formed under the ahle leadership of Brother John Keegan, SM.. as another musical activity for those students who wish to display their artistic qualities. The Glee Club formed the hackground for the Christmas Show, the core of the Variety Show, and the entertainment for the January P.T.A. meeting. The main body was made up of seniors who met every other day throughout the week. Good luck in the future to this new North activity. fix FRON I' ROXV: M. Roeper, C. DiGiacomo, V. LaBarbera, XV. Pfouts, S. Butchko. SEC- OND ROVV: Nliksa. V. Spohn, P. Balestreire, Pace, F. LaBella. Lorinc. THIRD ROVV: Leitsch, T. Ging. VV. King, Finn, M. Duffy, L. Meta. FOURTH ROVV: C. Bellanca, R. Flah- erty, Dees. Profozich, R. Vardzel. R. Spontak. SPEECH AND DEBATE CLUB There was a noticeable improvement in the Speech and Debate Club this year. In other years, the organization was wanting in member- ship. However, a renewed student interest in the club brought a gratifying and corresponding increase in membership. So great was this in- terest that the club had to be divided into two groups. Each had a separate moderator in order that justice might be done in all phases of the program. Brother Joseph Hanrahan, S.M., was named mentor of the Speech Club. The Debate Club' was headed by Brother Herbert Verbesey, S.M. The moderators realized a host of new achieve- ments as a result of the renewed vitality shown. FRONT ROW: C. Popelka, W. Geier, R. Schafer, D Ross. SECOND ROW: Sabina, V. Dixon, D. Rooney, M. Frederich, F. Maraden. THIRD ROW: C. Wokutch, F. Spreng, Woistman, Smersky, K. Weixel. FOURTH ROW: Wochrel, R. Becki, K. Gaertner, P. Knezevich, E. Balkovec. R DIO CLUB The Radio Club had two general divisions. One was for those interested in home radio. A second division at- tracted those interested in Hi- Fi building, television, and television repairs. At the meeting the club members heard guest speak- ers and watched movies which dealt with electronics. The club published its own news- letter, the "Beep Sheet." FRONT ROW: L. Waibel-9A, R. Macecevic-9D, W. McCormick-llB, Bifareti- IIB, Hughes-9C, F. Schindler-10F, W. Sibenac-9E, D. Vinski-IOC. SECOND ROW: W. Zeck-10C, R. Bubash-12E, L. Franklin-9F, F. Mesick-9C, A. lVIcTighe- 9C, Rafferty-IIA, R. Smith-llC, D. Rich-9B, P. Wagener-11A, W. Windisch- M I S S I 0 N 11D, P. Bieny-IIB. THIRD ROW: H. Blanker-9B, R. Haas-12H, R. Schafer- 12A, V. Froelicher-IZA, W. Hitchcock-11C, W. Geier-l2B, G. Lutz-1OG, Oljaoz-9F, P. Matessa-9B, W. W'eaver-10F. ABSENT: D. Lynch-IOC. H O 0 R felffe if I ls FRONT ROW: T. Andrews-11B, L. Sweeny-11A, A. Rombach-10H, Brungo-10A QTreasurerj, T. Schlereth-12D fPresidentj, G. Steiner-111D QVice-Presidentj, Dougherty-llF, W. Nortin-IIB, T. Stein-11A, Thomas-11C. SECOND ROW: D. Richard-12C, D. Bach-12B, V. Spahn- 11D, K. Schmitt-IIA, E. Weber-l2C, W. Nieri-11B, P. Dodge-11G, V. Bulic-11E, E. Ley-11C. THIRD ROW: C. Newland-l2C, L. Magasano-10A, J. Hite-12F, M. Szykowny-l2C, R. Turici-12D. Seaman-12F, R. Schwam- berger-11G, K. Strausser-1lD. ABSENT: F. Hanley-10A fsecretaryj. The members of the Mission Honor Society endeavored to increase mission activity among young people. Piloted by their moderator, - Father Julius Falk, SM., and President Tom Schlereth, these mission- minded Trojans promulgated the activities of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade and the Propagation of the Faith. 9 FRONT ROW: L. Klingen- smith-12A, R. Tedesco-11A, L. Meta-12A, A. Melle- 12A, G. Sterzinger-l1A, T. Stein-11A, R. Suchacek- 11A. SECOND ROW: D. Roos-12A, M. Kavanagh- 12A, Sweeney-11A, R. Koch-12A, R. DiPasquale- 11A, A. Kamper-11A, T. Myers-11A, W. Adamsky- 11A. THIRD ROW: M. Conroy-12A, C. Newland- 12C, Crowe-11A, P. Top- ping-12C, Haugh-12A, Blitzko-l2A, R. Tussey-12A, F. Hughes-11A, R. Abt- 11A. M THEMATICS HONOR CHESS CLUB The North Catholic Chapter of the Diocesan lVlathematics Honor Society consisted of twelve juniors and twelve seniors. These were chosen ar- cording to their ability and general average. North students attended monthly meetings which were held at various schools throughout the Diocese. At these meetings, talks were given on various phases of mathematics not covered in ordinary classroom dis- cussions. North was host to the meeting of the society in May. Although in its first year, the Chess Club, with Brother William Kiefer, S.lVl., its coach, proved quite popular with the students. George Patrick was the foremost organizer. He became its first president. Instruction was offered to those who did not lcnow how to play chess. The chess team, which played other schools in tournaments during the second semester, was formed from members of the Chess Club. M FRONT ROW: F. Hanley xX" Vff' fVice - Presidentj, W m ffreasurerj. S E C O N D K ROW: P. Soltis, R. Maddock Naccartco, P. DiPasquali, K X Woeisman, Rafferty, P L' X Wagener. f, Sweeney CSecretaryj, G. Pat- rick CPresidentj, C. Popelka if sv, I I 9 FRONT ROW: Suba, C. Guter, L. Wateska, G. Miller, E. Oberst, R. Stamper, Comport, R. Tate, E. Stadnick. SECOND ROXV: G. Kocian, Frederick, H. Blanker, P. Lovrencic, T. Stein, K. McNamara, Phillips, M. Duffy, Niederst, D. Welsh, K. Gaertner. THIRD ROW: Giardina, K. Schmitt, G. Patrick, K. Harris, F. Kirner, P. Wagoner, McLaughlin, P. Soltis, P. Dar- gan, W. Cichoski. FOURTH ROW: Guinta, W. Nied- erst, Huber, AI. Hollis, Kundrat, A. Hanlein, T. Munsch, R. Vardzel, R. Madigan, D. Abmayr, D. Beck. FIFTH ROVU: McTighe, R. Lacher, M. Conroy, R. Becki, W. Geier, R. Rychert, L. Magasano. B. Brunner, P. Beck, R. Heim. R. Lazor. SIXTH ROW: R. Visokey, G. Groll, E. Bergen, G. Wunderly, E. Kunco, Healy, K. Kamper, V. Froehlicher, D. Depp, C. Monpere, R. Abt, G. Pukanic. SCIENCE HO OR Under its moderator, Brother Charles Gausling, S.M., and withiCarl Kamper, of North, as its Vice- President, the Science Honor Society provided laud- ding scientists with a means of advancing in the field of their choice. Nlany lectures, projects, and field trips were on the activity list of this society. Through its various endeavors, it hoped to provide the future generation with scientists ancl erudite laymen. SCIENC CLUB The Science Cluh was formed for the develop- ment of those students interested in scientific fields. The objectives of the club were threefold: a success- ful school Science Fair: the opportunity for students to make the most of their scientihc efforts at North, and a better chance of entering into the Science Honor Society. Theocluh was ably moderated hy Brother Charles Gausling, SM. FRONT ROW: D. Abmayr-12A, G. Wunderly-IIA, K. Wytiiaii-IIB, E. Bergen-IIA, Yvtn. Niederst-12A, R. Visokey-l1A. SECOND ROW: R. Lacher-11A, T. Munsch-IZA, Niederst-12A, K. Schmitt-11A, Fred- erick-1lA, D. Welsh-l1A, P. Wagner-l1A, Hollis- IZA. THIRD ROW: V. Froelicher-IZA, C. Kamper-12A, C. Monperc-llA, R. Richert-1lA, P. Beck-12A, Kundrat-IZB, G. Pukanic-12A, B. Brunner-IZA, A. Han- lein-IZB. No Chapter Officers, however Carl Kamper Q2nd, top rowj is the Diocesan Vice-President. ABSENT: J. Leibold-IIA, G. Patrick-11A. f o 2 Q . With Brother Joseph Moritz, S.M., as its mod- erator, the aim of the Business Honor Society was to provide activities in the field of business for its members. In so doing it was to aid the students' spiritual, educational, and social growth. The organi zation succeeded in achieving this goal by sponsoring a Communion Brealcfast, a tour of a large corpora- tion, and a Christmas party and dance. A series of competitive tests afforded some of the more talented members an opportunity to merit trophies and medals for their achievements. HISTORY HONOR FRONT ROW: W. Hollein- 12B, V. Spohn-11D, D. Rob- bins-11E, D. Docherty-11F, P. Lovrencic-12C, Miksa- 12D, Kahr-11A. SEC- OND ROW: Zang-12C, T. Steiner-l1D, Maiese- 12C, R. Plesco-UB, E. ' Knezevich-11C, W. Neill- 11D, F. Strater-1 ID, R. Hen- gelsburg-llD, W. Martin- IIB. THIRD ROVV: D. Richard-l2C, Rafferty- 12C, M. Szykowny-12C, D. Liddell-12C, P. Soltis-12C, C. Popelka-l1B, Pearce- 11C, H. McGinn-10A. AB SENT: P. Hart-12E. BUSINESS H NOR FRONT ROW: T. Zang- 12F, D. Silverblatt-1217, L. Solinsky-12F, H. Williams- 12F, W. Spehar-12F. SEC- OND ROW: D. Kasenic- 11G, M. lVIcGarry-11G, R. Roman-11G, Michels- 11G. H. Williams QDiocesan Vice-President, . The History Honor Society, with its moder- ator, Brother Robert Lindemann, S.M., had for its purpose the enhancing of the historical interests of the student. This was accomplished by well planned tours, lectures and projects. North was represented on the Diocesan Planning Committee by Matt Szy- lcowny. The year was climaxed by a luncheon. Awards were given to the winners of the essay and project contests commemorating the Pittsburgh Bi-Centen- nial. ,QM 1 W 'WW eq! 'pr' FRONT ROW J Miksa K Weixel M Balfe C DiGiacomo T Hudak F Hanley Suba SECOND ROW D Foley B Abbot J Marcoly T Gmg Nieclerst F LaBella THIRD ROW R Zimmers Kundrat V Dixon C Ballanca, L Magasano Straka F Ferketic FOURTH ROW A ones W Geier, Profozlch, K Tevis, K Kamper, F Maraden R Rathke Marasti fha' DRAM TIC SOCIETY The reorganized Dramatics Club, directed by Brother Franlc Modica, S.M., got off with a great start this year. It occupied a high place among the organizations of the school. The main purpose of this club was to give the members a chance to ushow offu some of their talents. l-lard work and practice were characteristic of this organization. Judging from their performances in roles running the gamut from drama to comedy, these young Thespians well-deserved the respect and admiration that they received. We look to next year with great expectancy of seeing more of their entertaining performances. WU, I A I VL I 5 .wg 'A WM- HWS 5 4. A ,. , ,... ,, aff few! f2,u,e fj,fg,fmf,. I K 1 ' I Efiff r,i. i fi f pf. 1455 ' . ff:f2,n'E:."j: , Q 5,1g,s.uj4g:y.v' ' s are-g',..j 'f ' Q .kvfiiv f K ' 'Y f , .,a,:wg, - ,Y ,La . ww- ' I X ' figflfgfg , ,-Q,,g.f,r5 ' 5 41555 , . ,gi-Q, i . 4 .1 .sf i., - w. 4,3-MM 34 J, 3.4.1, ,. ' sv aa- g., 4 if fy 1 N P :, ' ' 5' e 'af f - ,-u,q4 -'2f.f,z'a K -'M +V" -1325442 i ' ff V V -V :oo . at Q A bit of action in "Below Zero" is pro- moted uhen "Red" is on the verge of a breakdown because of the inhuman ex- periences he has been forced to undergo. Tempers flare in this scene from "Tell it to Tommy" as Tommy is antagonized into a rage. :Swag -an I R i C s 5 ff' if The entire cast of "Below Zero" is present in this morbid scene. "Penguin," the cook, has just died because of the faulty equipment he has been using. He is the first of this courageous group to succumb to the torcherous treatment they have received. Having been fooled into believing that Ted has actually won a beauty contest, Tommy is urged to act out a script calling for him to be "her lover." Revolted at the thought of this, Tommy does all in his power to evade this outlandish predicament. 'f ? . pai 6217 t",'i av in if X R. In K1-3? M FRONT ROW: P. McCann, P. Baverts, Stralca, D. Beck, Bachmeir, Pace, A. Costa, R. Maddock, R. Lazor, Berger, Kahr. SECOND ROW: D. Welsh, M. Jerome, R. Heidish, Clmposterj, Wilsonj, R. Todesco, K. Schmidt, E. Stefanko, G. Wixnderly, V. Froelichcr, Frederick, R. Hoffman. THIRD ROW: H. lVIcGinn, K. Weisilian, D. Silverblatt, D. O'Boyle, T. Hlld3k, C. Popellca, D. Liddell, P. Topping, Dees. TRCDJA Trojan News was on hand to give us complete and accurate coverage of all the social, academic, husiness, ill'lCl sports events of IllC YCZIF. Bl1fHiHg file proverbial i "midnight oilu long after school hours, these poten- tial newsmen rightly deserve recognition as members of one of the better activities at North. M . .. 1-fgl:'t' .W M I h . 4 X ,.,,.1,:,.:,,..M "f7"".' 1, A mmm, NWS .2 noun News ,A , , 4 X n - ' . ' ' noun News ilfifff ff.i'ffii.?.fif,. Qi "T H'----"""-vi--""" A Z::,.':' 1 5111 E U f44'1 4 If M ,..,.,....,. 4' Y lll llllgf .uf.'.4p,,,1 5353: X Y ' N... U - 'T""c .1 N U "'-'--.., a 'trac'-'X --5--J, no L-It .N A Y ba X! -H .N nf- M i . i 1 - V, X ., . . ff' 5 l nt-,Inna Suenk'mv r?v5"?,':,:n:.na Ya- ' A paw-' . '.1,T'i.m" 773 i . 'N NEWS Lgljtiviill 5 W Yrkxr W ' 'ivf w 4 . M... , R QM- - BROWNES Y If M , :::g?:".g.5-.::,, john Hollis, Barrie Ricketts, Bill Geier, and Joe Neiderst WNW5 5 "" B 'i" gktgjlso if f are hard at work on an edition of the T.N. 1 x ' 'X!L- , Ji A ..vw.u. cl:iivi'QlM'h ,,,,.H.,.:,,,:., rv N These are the issues which gained the Trojan News first I if:-53 place in state-wide competition. A A 1 H l lil!! "Complete as Yesterday 0 Timely as Today Modern as Tomorrow" Ellliflil'-ill-flllZiff. .... . . . Tnoivms SQHLEHETH fllumzyiizy Iu'fIz'fm's . . . . . DENNIS FOLEY and ROBERT RYCHERT Sporfs Iizlifm' . .. . WALT Sm'nU'rzMAN Zvvu-.Q Editm' .. .. Josisvu NIEDEREST I"r'f1l'z11'0 IL'1I1'fm' .. BARKIE RICKETTS I,1Z0f0ffl'll1lllf'l' ................... TIM STEIN Oflicial Publication of the Students at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- Vzmia. Published monthly during the regular school year. Mf'naI11'r of Nfzfimml I'r1'ss z4SSOC'l.fIfl.0H,' Fath- oliz' School Prf'ss Asscnialzlnz and 1l1'I1IISjflZ'ClHiLL Sf'lmIasf1'c' Prvss Assoc1'f1firn1. .Q-iv-' ' 1 4, A if i Bob Rychert, Tom Schlereth and Dennis Foley examine a past issue of the Trojan News. Foley is pointing out the sharpness of the photograph. ,, ,s1J5f'l3i'W s i NU ll SPORTS Sports editor Walt Schutzman admires picture of football game with photographer Tim Stein ' x P Q 3' 4 li l t, Tom Schlereth, the editor of the Trojan News, ponders over the possibilities of another inter- esting issue. .f""f M-new ASSOCIATE EDITORS-Back Row: P. Top- ping, W. Geier, Profozich, R. Rathke. Front Row: D. Edgar, R. Merther, R. Faub. 12,4 I 7 s I N.-v TYPISTS-First Row: F. LaBella, H. Williams, C. DiGiacomo. Second Row: T. Hudak, G. Kruth, P. Beck, P. Platek. Third Row: A. Froe- lich, Marasti, P. Ley, Flaherty, W. Mc- Corkle. 0 is" IB .km N gfax x p ,,.' f 1. Under the inspiring direction of Brother John Feld- meier, S.M., and Mr. Joseph Hmel, the 1959 TROJAN reached full maturity. This volume represents a complete pictorial review of the 1958-1959 North Catholic school year. Operating under the principle that a picture is as good as 1,000 words, the text in this volume has been kept to the bare minimum. The staff of the 1959 TROJAN sincerely hopes that this yearbook will be the light that will rekindle the cherished moments of a memorable school year. TROJAN YEARBOOK 1959 CENTENNIAL EDITION Staff Members Editor-in-Chief , Robert McKee Sports Editors Daniel Roos, Michael Balfe Erosh Editors Paul Shannon, David Edgar Soph Editors Joseph Sryborski, Robert Merther Junior Editors Ronald Koch, William Geier Senior Editors Joseph Marcoly, Robert Faub Intramurals Editors Anthony Deutsch, james Profozich Faculty Editors james Haugh, John Roposh Sodality Editors Michael Conroy, Phillip Topping Picture Editors Anthony Melle, Robert Rathke Typing Editors Herbert Williams, William McCorkle, Albert Froehlicher BUSINESS MANAGERS-Front: E. Weber, S. Orosz, D. Richard, P. Lovrencic, R. Madigan. Back: P. Orr, R. Walton, T. Cook, R. McGeown, P. Balestreiri. The editorial staff of the Centennial Edition of the '59 Trojan under the guid- ance of Mr. Joseph F. Hmel, is busily engaged in some of K the technicalities that go into the production of a first-rate yearbook. 'Z' 7, 7' 1' . 2 , .- . EDITORS -IN - CHIEF - Front: A. Melle, Marcoly, R. McKee, R. Koch. Back: A, M. Conroy, D. Roos, Haugh, P. Shannon, Sty- borski, A. Deutsch. X ,R five 'v-l f.-5 11 XY-.Wg.-X i -1 ' -tr' Q vw :M X 'Q' ryf 'E Drum Major, Art Costa, signals for the start of another fine performance by the versatile North Catholic Banclsmen. . .-Rx-.. FRONT ROW: R. Neurohr, W. Thomas, L. Bifaretti, D. Vinski, D. Nlushenheim, Thomas, A. Costa, F. Vybriel, Hudak, C. Ley, F. Sprang, R. Stevens, T. Filip. SECOND ROW: R. Fichter, Miksa. S. Socha, R. Greck, R. Froehlich, A. Gorup, L. Woods, R. Strauss, Bierer, P. Platek, F. Abbott, W. Shoemaker, R. Gardner. THIRD S i. 5 s 1 Strenuous practice sessions such as the one depicted here invariably re- sulted in the usual sweet and tuneful performances of the North Catholic Band. ROVU: D. Blumer, E. Dax, P. Vaughan, G. Kruth, B. Zwolski, P. Beck, T. Liska, F. Kirner, Munsch, Holi- han, T. Andrews, Wellington, G. Smith. FOURTH ROW: D. Ragan, P. Walter, D. Liddell, A. Froehlick, W. Graham, C. Rogal, C. Popelkam, Rafferty, E. Brin- jak, E. Ley. ABSENT: F. Strater. S, , , ff . Y ' - , 1 5 ' 1 L ' be , 3 3 T T-9, -5-fT:v-ov yu 'WJ A r . i . A as-2 E3 lt,.i,iX 'N-af' x 'wx-,:v' Nz:-J if M" GABRIEL SMITH BERNARD zwoLsK1 JAMES RAEEERTY Qiggx ra- 4-N54 R 3 0459 Q guns? A . N W 5 PHILLIP BECK STANLEY SOCHA JOHN WELLINGTON 565: Q , sv? PAUL PLATEK ALBERT FROEHLICH JAMES HOLIHAN Just as stone and mortar depict the external growth of North, so the hand is symbolic of North's goal for perfection. Many hours of hard worlc and practice, under the expert guidance of Mr. William Kerns and Brother John Keegan, S.lVl., created a new loolc for the band. Rallies, football games, and concerts kept the music-makers busy throughout the year. From this zealous group there arose an organization truly indicative of North Catholic Splrlf. Lai, ft - 'Qt p ea- . ,Q ,shawl .-n"' 1 i-,KX AM., 'Q IQ' iss' , .. QD' we tv? an E.. . -H' VICTOR FROEHLICHER JOHN MIKSA AN D :Ts My fgy By his patient leadership and able musi- cianship, Mr. William Kerns added much to the name and fame of the North Cath- olic orchestra and band. The North Catholic Bandsmen board the bus to perform another of their many services. DAVID LIDDELL PAUL VAUGHAN v"'E GEORGE KRUTH if X 0.1 K yzgyif I ik iii Bi, 24 ,T if A1 gmt ST MARY NORTH SIDE C18711939j Fom this parlsh came many Marlannsts Among these were Father Lawrence Yeske Brothers Michael Schlelch and Bernard Schad presently Inspector General The Brothers left the school ln 1939 and opened North Catholxc Hugh School Q E31 .anvni , V1 ,S U, K 3 I 1 ,fa , .In ,X K! A , X ' xx ST'-- , K 1 1 Z K - - .. 4 , 5 ,M D xy, " L4 A .W ......-.. Q y ' 9 1 I 9 . . Our vlcToRlE AND OUR DEFEATS AID IN GUR PHYSICAL AND MORAL DEVELCDPMENT There is a certain amount of pride that goes with winning a game-pride in outmaneuvering the opponent, pride in having a well-trained team. This type of pride is good if it is kept in its place. However, if we allow it to go to the extreme, the team will not respond well when we lose a game. All their hopes will be shattered. By learning to control this pride and by never underestimating an opponent, we shall develop physically as well as morally. Hughes breaks away for a long gain during the Central game. This game was the highlight of an undefeated season. This also was the concluding game of the tra- ditional rivalry between these two fine schools. South Catholic will enter the competition next year. North holds the edge in the series with 9 victories, 5 defeats, and 3 ties. This was again a team win. The defensive team was terrific against our arch rivals. The Vik- ings were held to one first down. Their net rush- ing was six yards! Central could never get mov- ing. The only reason the score was not higher was that the offensive team failed to make yardage on a number of occasions. They "racked" up 293 yards on the ground and 105 yards passing. The total yards gained lay the Trojans was a fan- tastic 524. This was the last year of the arch- rivalry between North and Central since South now enters the competition. The trophy found its final resting place in our trophy case. tl- -- .-- 1 ga!! K i n - , ---,1 Az gill X W., l NHL, hr.. ,X N . at Tbifixi his ..v"'.aWJL,,'UU ,,-'vig ,Jw U 2 Jia the asei .c f 'W V X it F 1 XY 'effigy 42 'Timm flf X6 it iw X ia, ii! xx in h if i X 'fi X --r 'fy f, ,ZF I Wg 1 if Q A 'LJ J ,Lb 'Jgilfe ,N i ffsi M5 2...-14? 'M f fz.. -.1 T ies, -I T 4211!-r emain 5 y ay 'tgf i T is X ij :X i kj x , X x Z' ,I Y 'Ki CDCDTBALL FRONT ROW: A. Jones, Krohe, M. Kavanagh, F. Hughes, Melder, W. Berger, C. Newland. SEC- OND ROW: R. Turici, Hahn, Lofink, M. Szykowny, C. Walker, A. Keay, S. Seebacher, T. Monterossi. THIRD ROW: R. Lucas fManagerQ, G. Makar, C. Kudlac, L. Klingensmith, T. Lewis, R. Budzik, H. Mazzei, Wyzkoski, S. Pino, Tillilie, J. Nolan CManagerj. FOURTH ROW: Mr. W. Scherer fl-lead Coachj, L. Moul, Schafer, P. Reiber, Sweeney, Hamm, Maise, R. Yeske, R. Schlosser, R. Novotny, E. Ricketts, E. Wokutch. LAST ROW: Davis, G. Enie, Standish, P. Crowe, R. Rengers, Plavan, Brush, L. Hornfeck, D. Mc- Kevitt, R. Steigerwald, Costa. ABSENT: W. Maise. Defense was the strong point in the victory over Central this year. Here we see Central being crushed just inches away from their own goal line. Ron Novotny and an unidentified Trojan stop the Viking attempt before it gets started. Jack Schafer comes over to lend a hand. ,. 4.-.JW x.. ... Matt Szykowny f69j skirts right end un- obstructed for a touchdown against Cen- tral. North won 27-0. Frank Hughes rounds end for a long gain behind the strong blocking of Walker and an unidentified Trojan. R"' -Ma. SYL SEEBACHER ,. 5 'Pl Trojan end i' 2395 great on defense. 2 .f 1. . S If . 7 7 -J Log? ' , 3.61341 Y WF . " f"' , LT: Q- 6 . ' -' . ' .1 .-gl-41.149 Y - e i E54 5 A 5 '. sf ' E'55"'itV ' " l+w sgfff,i'i',aw?f1f M5726 A FQ 'era-gfzfr. fz2z'g?t'f fwzgge. .t - "'fv,.aEL' K . 'flies 1. MATT SZYKOWNY the brains of this great North team. fs- 2 L DICK TURICI hard hitting fullback jf L one of the leading scorers. 45 to xx .-v Q- if--pf-"' ' A gt.. SANTO PINO W switched to end this year did a great job. .thnx if . fl'-elf' Y I Ar 5' M 'Q . s T j RON BUDZIK V stalwart of forward wall i on offense li' terrific blocker. , I -X , .Fr H ' f ., , ,zvfru wx. A., .'.- , '-1" 4 1 , "1ff"'-f Y . 1 ' " 'f at t.2,,s5"5-' Q " "'Q,,,,f Z '.vgPQQfl?:a.'y'5qip Y ,vqvg .5 341' M ' '-.wwiif-,ar .- 5 N, - 7.0.41 -v, f 4,10 '.f ', ,zu ' .K 3,,s6,M1,J ,W .A N .. 6, , , Q 3, asf Q H. " ' u .xf VT ' . Q4 Q lf- '5 ' w, N. L": . . f Q, , 'af ' ,.-, .Z xy. ..- f . , . - . .N ... -.' -M 3 1 f -v 5 ' , L. 4. 4, , -I N- .3 :V his--. ,R sv J e ,Mis , -'-'-fu' North North North North North North North North North North N A.-Q, SCHEDULE . . , . . , . Brownsville 6 A . South Hill 13 .. Fifth Avenue 7 A Duquesne 7 Aquinas 7 Charleroi 9 Altoona Catholic 6 . Wlindber 7 'Central Catholic 0 x Boys Town 6 ART JONES so X a fine tackle TOM MONTEROSSI real rough boy. JACK HAI-IN M offensive end and de- Q x , fensive deep man 'N a great blocker. QF . Y i an ' sv t , ' li ' J -:N 4 f Qt., ae i . sf ' 7 6 iet. C It-gl s 6 P gi.. Q it 399' . 7 bf - It ,ct K 1- I, pf X . R fb ' RON NOVOTNY t fast running back ' hard hitting tackle. I 1 fi JERRY MELDER missed part of the season due to injury z . A a grea guy has if 'A - eltf 3 l M W., Q1 ci.. A vt, - K . sax V 3 X the immovable tackle on the Trojan defense. Dick Turici f99j goes on his way to a long gain during the Duquesne game behind the blocking of Hughes C89j and Pino f87j. The Trojans started off this first game a little shakily. In the first half nothing seemed to click. But after a Brownie score that opened the second half, the Trojans came alive. Climaxing a fine display of power football, Makar crossed the goal to tie the score. Matt Szykowny booted the extra point. Then with forty-five seconds left, "Bull" l'lamm added the clincher with a sensational catch of a Szykowny pass in the end zone. North roared back after the close game with Brownsville to crush the cross-town eleven by the score of 41-13. Dick Turici had one of the finest nights ever enjoyed by a Trojan back. He gained 175 yards in seven carries for an average of 25 yards a carry. The Trojans scored almost at will against the South men. For the second straight week we traveled cross-town to South High Stadium. The results were as equally pleasant as the previous week, for we trounced the Archers of Fifth Avenue by the score of 40-7. The Trojan defense was superb that night, allowing the Arch- ers only four hrst downs. For the second week in a row the Trojans scored more than forty points. They limited their oppnents to a combined total of 20 points. This fourth straight victory was a fine balance of offense and defense. Troubled by the Duquesne defenders for three quarters, the Trojans broke loose for fourteen points in the final quarter. The defense held the Dukes to forty-nine yards by rushing. Matt scored twenty-one points for a very creditable evening. Turici scored the remaining touchdown and was the Uworkhorseu for the evening. The unbeaten Trojans journeyed up to Rochester, New York, to pfay Aquinas. They returned with their fifth straight victory in as many games. The game was hard-fought as evidenced by the six fumbles. The Trojans grabbed four of the loose pigskins, while Aquinas picked up the remaining two. This was the seventh win for the Trojans in this upstate New York town. . .Q -.-'H an This line shot shows the beginning of a suc- cessful play during the Central game. Notice the hard blocking of the Trojan line! DRIVE their way to the first undefeated season in The Trojans proved they were the best football team in Western Pennsylvania as they trounced the gigantic Cougars, thus silencing the critics who stated North had played pushovers. This win was truly a team effort with every player a star. This was the Trojans' first win over the Cougars and rightly so because they are the greatest team in North's history. North journeyed up to Altoona to play a weak Altoona Catholic team. North ran over them at will and scored often. The first team left the game after the first half, only to make brief appearances on special plays later. The trip to Wiiidlner brought the Trojans their only blemish to mar an otherwise perfect record. Windlwer was a tough, scrappy team and the Trojans were not playing the kind of football of which they were capable. The only touchdown was on a pass from Matt to "Bull" Hamm in the end zone. Although this ended an all winning season, the Trojans were still undefeated. Matt Szykowny eludes a would-be South tackler as the mighty Trojans crush South on North's history. .I "fa 's ,.. 4 Back again at South High Stadium - this time to meet our old foes, the Cowboys of Boys Town. The Trojans ended the finest season ever enjoyed by a North team by whipping the Cowboys by a score of 27-6. Again the defense held the opposing team in check while the offense went wild. Northis record this year stands at 9-O-1. This is the first unbeaten record ever in the schoolis history. 'Wil iQ S Santo Pino and Charlie Newland enjoy the banquet given in honor of the North unde- feated football team. Fine food, good speak- ers, and a sizable turnout made the banquet a great success. II7 CHARLIE NEWLAND offensive center great tackle on the de- fensive line. STAMI Dick Turici leaps to make a sensational catch between two Chaleroi defenders. North defeated the Cougars. Beaver Klingensmith seems to tell the referee he has situation under control as Trojans scored the touchdown which helped trounce Boystown. JIM HAMM sensational pass catching en one o leading scorers on the Trojan team ....- 4 I tr- 1 X f- J -O ' 4.4 N ' is t MICKEY ' are - CHARLIE WALKER Charlie was offensive KAVANAUGH offensive center protection. gave the Q.B. great tackle a great blocker 5 1' , ' 5 3 Qt JACK SHAFER great linebacker was in on most tackles JIM TILLILLIE great defensive back deadly tackler and ter- rific on pass defense. he successfully managed to 'N' JACK MAIESE 1 offensive guard provided backs with much running room. GEORGE MAKAR hard-running fullback tough man to bring down. TOM LEWIS offensive guard defensive end. LARRY KLINGEN. SMITH rough kid offensively and defensively push big opposites around. mf"'..,,g Hughes C891 moves the ball behind blocking of jack Maiese C921 as the Archer tacklers try to nail him. Ron Novotny skirts around end for another North gain. 55,1 FIRST ROW: R. Mager, W. Schmandt, T. Ross, L. O'Connell, G. Schafer, E. Schmude, Docherty, E. Zappa. SECOND ROW: Christie, A. Davis, R. Duffy, R. Gilman, R. Caron, T. Moul, R. Rengers, W. Kohl- meyer, E. Wokixtch. THIRD ROW: R. Viney, Wyz- koski, G. Enie, L. Szykowny, T. Jones, Plavin, R. Con- - O O T B LL J.V. Football Schedule and Scores North 6 . . 4 . , . Shaler .,,.,..,.,.. . . . , . . 6 North 0 . , , Westinghouse . . . . . . 6 North O . . , Aspinwall . , . . . . 6 North 6 . . . . Oliver ..... . . . 0 North 13 , . r . Millvale . . . . 0 North 21 . , , . Central . . . . . . . 13 North 41 . . . . Monongahela . . . . . 0 North 13 . .....,.. South ..... ............. 6 ' r f V QQ' rad, Frole. FOURTH ROW: D. Steigerwald, D. Hert- weck, K. Karisinski, P. Palangi, E. Ricketts, R. Martin, C. Younger, R. Lewis, R. Mangone. FIFTH ROW: R. Stiscak, R. Ernst, K. Andiorio, L. Hornfeck, Lofink, S. Jacuk, Walsh, Brush. ABSENT: A. Keay, R. 7 Becki. 4-Of. A bit of brisk action is in the making as a J.V. stalwart prepares to stiff arm an Aspinwall gridder in an attempt to spring loose for a long gain. Action in the J.V. game as an attempt is made to penetrate the Trojan defense in the game with Mt. Washington. alll'-U ,gZZ......-.. HEERLEADER BACK ROW: T. Rooney, Seaman, A. Hungerlnan, T. Ging, Osborn. FRONT ROW: W. White, E. Mahofski, Hite. MANAGERS NX 2 D1 .Fi "The Four Roses and a Chaser" is what these five "characters" called themselves. They led the cheering and provided laughs and entertainment at the first rally of the football season. The group hails from 12-B. The activity here is typical of the daily work of the football managers. They spent many long and difficult hours dur- ing the football season for which they received very little credit. ASKETB LL The 1958-59 Trojan hoopsters, under the invaluable coaching of Mr. Donald Graham, fulfilled all previously con- ceived hopes and expectations. Following in the footsteps of their predecessors, they continued to operate under Coach Grahamys "fast-breakl' offense. Their deft ball handling and will to win carried the team, for the second consecutive year, to the P.C.I.A.A. State Championship. This gives North the distinction of being the second school in the entire history of the league to cop this title a fifth time. J. Cegalis makes a graceful jump shot to score for the cagemen of North. B. Werner attempts to steal the ball from an opponent. F. Hughes breaks through for another two pointer for North. North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North P.C North North North RECORD VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 82 A A A South Public A A ....,.. A A 55 69 Oliver .... .,,. 4 9 79 A ,... Kittaning .... ..., 4 8 80 A Braddock A .,,. 60 54 McKeesport A ..,. 46 65 A Turtle Creek A ..,. 45 82 Baldwin ,,.. 60 91 McKees Rocks .... 44 46 Altoona ,,,,, A .... 64 79 A A Wampunm A ,.,. .... 8 1 Jolinstown Holiday Tournament 77 OliverAAA A AAAAAAAA57 77 A Central A A A A A A A A A 52 92 Bridgeville A .... 44 73 St. joseph, Cleveland .,.. 63 81 Langley A A A A A A A A A 57 54 South Catholic A A A A 53 66 Tarentum A A AAAA 53 92 Ambridge A... 46 89 Central A AAA. 68 78 Clark A AAA. 51 105 West Allegheny A AAAA 58 99 Shadyside A A A A A A A 69 84 Madonna, Weirton A A AAA. 35 87 South Catholic A A AA.AAA.. 43 Won 22 Lost 2 .I.A.A. CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-OFFS 74 A Johnstown 55 QQuarter-finalsj 70 A Erie Prep 54 QSemi-finalsj 83 A Allentown 67 fFinalsj J A V V Frank Hughes stresses and strains with a worthy opponent to gain possession of the ball. SEATED: Williaiii W'erner, Matthew Szykowny, John Cegalis, Thomas Brown, Frank Intrieri. STANDING: Coach Donald Graham, james Dodaro, James Sims, W'en- del Rojik, John Lofmk, Frank Hughes. I I A AQ Ali A ii ii E 1? ii 12 V 5 A 1 A 25 sg? 5+ 1 Agn 5 QQ 2 VA A1 Kel fp .A il A , f TJ? . f- ,, - 2 . 2 'f m V21 A-f 1- " A 1 " wi A V ... 1 F it -A A rffl i. ' I I A 1 Qwlli S ' ' A ff ii ' Stl' A355 5 SA . Y 1 K ig! I A1 x If it , I , JK Z 4tA jk, f A p l A ' 5 3 I 5 5 4 3 A A s in il , 'I ii K ...Ay A f A h Q I .sf .1 .fy Ng K ... ' . A 1 AY is J A p l A - A A, l A j lx. Y lasl 1 AEA -x l - J. Wfyzkoski arches a high shot in hopes of another An opponent's outstretched arm doesn't phase North tally. Wyzkoski as Dodaro prepares to follow-up the shot. J.V. BASKETBALL SCORES North 49 . . . South Public . 23 North 44 . . . Tarentum . ,. 42 North 60 . . . Kittaning .,.. 19 North 57 . . Ambridge . . . 44 North 43 . . . Braddock . . 28 North 51 . Central . . 59 J - V North 41 . . . McKeesport . 49 North 59 . . . Gladstone . . . 37 North 39 ... Turtle Creek. 53 North 37 ,.. Clark . . . . .. 51 North 43 . . , Baldwin ,... 37 North 60 . . . W. Allegheny. 39 B A S K E T B L L North 51 . . , McKees Rocks 40 North 54 . , Shadyside . . . 40 North 45 . . . Oliver ..,,., 42 North 64 . . . Madonna, North 53 . . . Central . . . . 45 Weirton . . . 33 ,gi North 58 Bridgeville .. 24 North 37 . . . South Catholic 35 North 71 . . . South Catholic Won 16 - Lost 4 54 STANDING: L. Hamm, E. Byrnes, Maier, Cleary, Urso, L. Szylcowny, J. Schuster. SITTING: Wyzkoski, Lofink, L. Hornfeck, Dodaro, Brush. , . .gi ,,,. K., 1. 1 if ,l . 7 1 it . I ' A f 1- Q52 51 'Q ' 12' xo 5 L 'sf fn Q . Y: I Q " s f .5 . ' '.?. 0 A Q . 2 - ,, 5 3535- ,f -, : ,Q .W K 3.5 Q- ., .6 '- his I I A 3 , 3 7 -v A ,f i s -. 555 Qi .. Q .M g W. ,iss I K 5, Zi ? gl fr -21 1: Q. .. ' .1 5 W N so . C 'iffibwx "4'ifgiit " 4 ls ': it-KJ' w.' "1 v A it QB, I Q 8 l . ' g u- I t X, ry I - I . A I I YI, : x Q q . 'ilk ,ef 1 . A I s 1 1 , 5 I s 4' W I - ' 1 iia lf. Q Q I J . , s 1 , 1 b 4 tl K ' x K+ ' S , :', ' I Q 7 ' 1 Y 1 ' ' ' ' A ' x f l YQ Q Q - - 1 1 A q 5 . I A? 8 i 1 l yr . - X L ' X J: l 3? , , V 1 y . Q' . . , an y t . I ' - ..,.a S . ., ...G ,' t I.: -fi. Q-.."",' A I ' ffm 1- 'f :'. X: 1- --fi. -4 -U' f ' x . 4 K ' Q I 1 4 l, , ' .l I s ' I Tv- ., 3 3 ' 1' x : x ' I ' I v 1 "" W 1 2 , ' l I ' ' xx "Ili 7 Lvl XQQ y ' ,ill . fi .' .45 325 53 l A m Ii V252 '345 'Q li l ,M-f W X Qlnf A E , Q -we .14-g fr 4:5 N W . "l"'4 . xx' W - N ,',9n -, , - g 'I 5 . 1, ' , ' I I 'u " X J J ' ' llg 'I 4 :lx " 1 ' v 1 I '23 ' V'r FRCDSH BASKETB LL A North Frosh shoots high as a teammate maneuvers for the rebound. ,X -we .JJ-.I SEATED: James Docherty, John Weidner, john Ward, Richard Schroeffel, Dennis Hajduk, David Lyons. STANDING: Joseph Frole, Thomas Jones, james Dodaro, joseph Urso, Paul Walter, Lawrence Szykowny, Robert Viney. North Opponent 36 ..... . . , Etna ,..,... ..,.... . 25 40... ...St.Anselm..., ,..52 35 . , . . Sharpsburg ..,, . . . 60 36 . . , . , Etna ....... . . . 24 65 . , . . . South .,., . . . . 18 34,.. ...Central...... ...32 34 ... ... North Hills .,. ... 32 33 , . , South Catholic , . . . . 38 32 . . . . . Gladstone ..... . . . 47 39 . . . . . Conroy ..... . . . 29 36 . . , . . Central Catholic . , . . . . 20 46 . . . . St. Anselm J.V. ..,. . . . 43 48 . . . 0 . Cowley juniors . . . . . 39 38 . . . . Aspinwall ..... . . . 18 14 .. Hamilton 37 46 . . . . . Cowley Juniors ..,. . . . 32 37 . . . . . South Catholic .... . . . 35 Some intense action in the Senior intramural playoffs as A. Janas- zek drives in for a score. TRA URAL BA KETBALL As with all sports which are part and parcel of the North Catholic athletic organization, Intramural Basketball played a great role in the extra'curricular life of the average North- man. This activity gave the student another ohject lesson in the cooperation and teamwork which is typical among North students. Sophomore B's championship basketball team con- sisted of: KNEELING: Regis Scanlon, James Rice, joseph Frank, Ralph Maruscak, James De- Phillips. STANDING: Richard McIntyre, Ber- nard Auber, Harry Lenhart, Edward Ricketts, George Baker. D. Cotter, of 10E, deftly shoots over his opponent in a Soph intramural game. Senior B's championship basketball team con- sisted of: FRONT ROW: William Alberth, An- thony Iarussi, Anthony Janaszek. SECOND ROW: Frederick Arden, Michael Hudec, Paul Mitternieier, Harry Hoffman. ....1...,, t.,..J Pg' I TRA LIRAL TRACK Springtime brings with it the thought of raking to the dusty oval to vie with one another in the many events that comprise the intramural traclc program at North. Mike Balfe leads the cheers for the men of 11-A. R. Conrad leads T. Moul in the last stretch of the 220 yd. dash. .vj if S .. i Q O , Q' t " Tw ' - Qs f I N3 - Q' f A 57 .. I lwi It looks as though Pat Casper has his fingers crossed. ti: .Q un.. s 5.- W""i ""r'-0-vp '., ' xt- Q-fsfgv.-, - -, - a e. -. vu s- 'sf s' .. J "nf v K' 4 ,f Q.-1 -.A :nr-. . 1' ,, V -,, 1 , , A - .M N . . .-ix",J?!"f"t-'Q 11- 5 t -. -.-f, . 1 A . -Q g.,.s ',-V .vw '- .,,-, yn .L .,., '- ' 4 e "- .. ' gh-, - ' -""'.,a..", ' . - -- . - ' ' gbmwg .' , N .4 A .H Q..-, uw 0 ,, 'v"'fx -4...-0 I M . A r A w,- ,A- r- -1 ' 4 , V if LL., W W 4 k , K MJ, ' "l V. ,sz 4- , , ---' ,, yzrt,':',',41 tg 3NJ','-",,,,,,,.s. -,1 h . ' a . .. .,,.,,,,,,, -- fgfif-'v '.-g w,"-- f, . A A 4. A 5 Y., Ja.-Ta:',?:-:'j".5 - - A K-. 1 N4 M.. , -' I - .f , . ,. A I + -, .A 1. -an ., . ,cwmw - Y , 'g.,,,,Q --Y 4' , g,.y , s 1 rf ' ' A-,-.1.'Lr ,.,.,,p, .... ' . - ' , W- - 3-M. -fl ,L 7.,Y.-wire N das -,s -f, . QQ, -a f 0 4 . W H, I . ,, r , A , - l , . . f. ,,,,. -v M, f "na F U - f-.".'.g-1-f "': 1-,.. '-1 ' f JW,,,L, .. I- .- ,.y-une. - .,- - , V . - -k.9"',., .. .-3: ..,, " Q...--vp -I ,.,-W , . ,gig ' - .,,k,,, , 4-. 5 . . , .- " ' . .I , " in .1 iq. Af-M. ', . 157 Q 1 , , -J --2 .5 R-- l' 4: u, ., ma- f 4 , ...nv 5, ,, , 31 fe.,-+5 M. V. ,, I Rf'-'K-r'f -11 .. 4 , ' an 'Q-BL-1' INTRAMURAL BOWLI G Champs in the intramural bowling league: KNEELING: Haugh, Marcoly, Kane. STANDING: P. Balestreire, R. Hartung, T. Hudac, P. Marsico, P. Bor- man. The keglers gather around the scorekeeper to get a peek at the day's results. ri TENPINNERS - FRONT ROW: R. Hartman, P. Bauer, Michaels, Pace, R. Wojnar. SECOND ROW: Dees fPresident-TreasurerQ, Bachmeyer, Aguglia, E. Arovits, Vogrin, W. Pap- pert, A. Costa. THIRD ROW: P. Wasi- lewski, Eberle, C. Beran Csecretaryj, B. Gillespie, Bifareti QVice-Presidentj. The stress and strain of another successful match at the alleys. BCWLI North was represented in Section I by the team of: FRONT ROW: Bill Anderson, Paul Botz. SECOND ROW: Jack Kasun, Jim Profozich and Sandy Scichilone. 51 e 14,7 i ,X .Q 'Xf . Sandy displays good N- "Ii ' VTX form. fu Q15 , The North Catholic lceglers of '58-'59 proved them- selves the traditional powerhouse in the Diocesan Catholic High School League. As usual, the Trojans placed a strong team in each of the two sections. In Section l the teams were closely matched, but North proved slightly stronger, as it swept away first place. Meanwliile, the Section 2 team swept over all opposition and made a complete runaway of the league. This year's squad was inspired by a total of ten seniors, five on each team. The Trojan team in Section l was lecl by their high- scoring captain, jim Profozich, a senior and two-year varsity veteran. Joe Marcoly, captain of the Section 2 team, also held the honor of being Diocesan League President. The league Secretary, another Trojan, was Tony Melle. Ax. The Trojans who represented North in Section II showed fine form and proved themselves champions, start. from the "Coach Al" is shown here with "his boys." Standing around "Coach" are joe Marcoly, Captain of the Section II team and League Presidentg Tony Melle, League Sec- retaryg and jim Profozich, Captain of the Section I Keg- lers in the Diocesan Duckpin League. fi! Ks f -rf ,A Another run comes sliding home for the Trojans in a cloud of dust. Interested spectators look on calmly indicating this was another North runaway. BA EB LL The 1958 version of the North Catholic baseball team enjoyed a greatly successful season as it compiled a 17 and 1 record. The only loss came as a 5 to 3 encounter with the Pitt Univer- sity Freshmen. The first game played by these two teams was talcen 8 to 0 by North. The Trojans swept over all other opposition with the help of a great pitching staff. They held their opponents to a total of 32 runs in 18 games, and recorded six shutouts. An interesting sidelight pointing out the overwhelming power of this team was the fact that several teams conceded defeat in the fifth and sixth innings so as to avert a complete catas- trophe. FRONT ROW: Wykowski, Hahn, M. Szykowny, S. Pino, R. Shutterly, P. Lucas CManagerj. SECOND ROW: Seaman, T. Madigan, D. Laughlin, A. Froelich, F. Galovich. THIRD ROW: P. Botz, Cleary, F. Hughes, E. Driscoll, J. Sims, Mauro. . Q53 , si r . xf' T N ' x RY! 1 - n 13 . I Ip ' V- 4 ' ' ' , ' I ,f , A .riff sv: A .I . 3' . fi, fi Q fl K K li A.:-uw , - si I I ' 5 sw I ff f is 4f,. .gr ,Ut Q W , . l ' A A n 1.." 3 , rl., . 1 '-4 . , 1. 3 , . I P.. '-X r 'EQ' ' . f K X i X ' A T' M , 1 x V A I .K V, q 1 it K- 9 x A 3 ep tx,l lfjfx L 1 1 I .x K I 23,1 J .gn.,..:, fl I--D ,A ..:.., C I- 'xX -1' iq xt ' W, xy -Q A , I Ll-D X 3 ll ow ' gf my 4' 5 , 5 . Q' P f I l 'W SCORES Shaler A A A A A A ...,. A 5 North St. Basil A A A A A 2 North Washington Vocational A 1 North St. Mary's A A 2 North Duquesne Freshmen 7 North Oliver 2 North Peabody A A A A 1 North St. Michaels A A 1 North Shadyside A 0 North St. joseph A A A 0 North Central A 0 North St. joe's, Natrona A 2 North St. joe's, Mt. Oliver A 0 North Central A A A A A 3 North Pitt Freshmen A A A 0 North St. George 0 North Pitt Freshmen A A 5 North Shadyside A A A A 1 North Some fast action takes place as Trojans Ralph Shutterly and Gus Froelich trap a man between third and honie. The baserunner played for the Pitt Freshmen, who split a two game series with North. S. Pino, Sims, M. Szykowny, Hahn, and J. Seaman form a "murderers row" which proved itself as the Trojans scored 162 runs in 18 games. The umpire keeps a close eye on the action as an unidentified North player runs out a close play at first base. The action took place at Gardner Field, home field of the Trojans. ST MICHAEL SOUTH SIDE C1882 19345 Many Marramsts came from the parlsh Among these were Brother Eugene Paulm former Provmcxal Inspector, and the Wehrle and Relch brothers After fifty two years of teaching, the Brothers left the school m 1934 tiff PHAS S OF OUR LIFE AT NORTH CATHOLIC ARE ENTERED INTO WITH A SPIRIT THAT IS TYPICAL The typical North Catholic spirit, backed by eagerness, participation and the will to conquer all difficulties was brought out in the participation of the boys in all the various activities of the school. There was a splendid spirit shown in all the drives of the school. A gala turnout at the "New Lookn dances initiated a great social activity for the boys at North. The football team was backed by an earnest and record number of rooters. This was truly a banner year for the class of 1959. We wish to thank all of those who made it a reality. The class of 1959 is proud to graduate from such a spirited school. We are certain that this spirit will remain with us after high school and throughout the major part of our later life. HE S WITH u pk., 1 s ga N ALL WE D The Freshmen-Sophomore Retreat was conducted by the Marianists, from December 3rd to 5th, The retreat was re- ceived hy the students in the true, serious manner in which a retreat should he accepted. The retreat master was Reverend Charles Rossman, S.M., who led the students to a new height in their spiritual progress towards God. Father Joseph Schielein, S.M., vests for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Father Norbert Burns, S.M., Frosh and Soph retreat mas- ter, chats with some of the students. ,af x ' 'Wx ai' -YI! ti The Good Father, Very Reverend Paul Joseph Hoffcr, S.lVI., presides at the annual Sodality Re- ception. Spiritual food and grace is sought as students make the Way of the Cross during the annual retreat. RETRE T DAYS Retreat Master, Rev. Bernard Horst, S.M., takes time out to give his expert advice on matters spiritual. The great influence the annual Retreat had on the stu- dents was indicated by the vast number of boys receiving Holy Communion at the final Mass of this spiritual under- taking. A familiar scene at the Junior-Senior Retreat is Father Horst during one of his sermons on the very important subject of vocations. The annual retreat held at North for the Juniors and Seniors proved, once again, to be a great factor in the proper development of our attitude toward religion and morals. It enlightened the student body on the choos- ing of vocations and afforded much informa- tion pertinent to living good Christian lives. R s A ? ,SH sy 2 , f ' 4 1 ws - aff s a 'c , r K 4 u i I , 5 I Y I, 5 , ik X 2-H' 1 Hirst 3 X ' wx u K 1'-JLZV I - I I I cial' .t" V, ' V Q ts, W s-X lf: I s 1 H - ,, t. f , , . S 3 ii , - . 5 Y, .Yi j, 5 l 4' 4 v 'E X: x,, iw -Y ,X . 5 fs'-mg. ,W K 4,5-5 - W ig. QQ, A 6, 2 , 'Q fwiaiii 'f Q fl' 4 V: . 'A 'f W '-,iii 'L W Q. - L Qi? V ,L gg, , P' ' 1? - U39 R , . - - W. ef W1 mg,-, I .fk X- 1 if ' gnu, L g? ,Q 4 ,, k : - . E3 ,V 5 1, rg 'Y :. M ' wi? 1 2 . if 3 k ! , ,ff ,f -14 ' . 'S 2' 55- Qff 1 ' NXk,f . gs X, ' L' ATL X wqx,i,.,,mq'!M' , 2 as L., Y x 3, , 3 - .kLCQi,Y l Cin, A 31 mf' A J. .15 2 ' fi lil' L 32- 1, -. 5 ' r ,........,.. vi- fw , W .W .Mya N - 1 . . 15: H , ff' Q . x P ,vi F wr' fir? ,! Q! . kr- Aa I x W INN 3 i P i Y , GV 4 is ,. .' Q ffiqmalr if fg if W . i,-44i7f"'f' Ki 'si Y" '54 f F XXXL 'M 1'5" 3 X fx , i igtxmfi. f -5' , 5, A. , ' 'll-' 1 , i,5X',gQ"' J gf? A'5:k'L-Jl"!YRI ,A. ff.-. f ----,AA-------X lt: R y i . 'J ,hfliw . - 7,5-, . 1 f,, 'N Tig' Lf 2 ' Lg-Mun , . M ffuffi ,+ + 'V' ,s.f7W '-w 174, ,wr ' :EQ ' M , - '.",lI.'.'I 1'...'l2- "" ' Ylliiffn' ' 43:7-A1-41351 M-: fm t 'ls Qtr:-v FRONT ROW: F. Han ley, K. Harris, R. Fichter, L. Woods, D. Ross, W. Sweeney, Harrison. SECOND ROW: E. Lin- dow, R. Dziewet, T. Berger, M. Roberts, M. McCarthy, M a r X THIRD ROW: R. Mad- dock, P. Soltis, R. Vard- zel, E. Kunco, Olejarz J. Kotchey, P. Lovrencic ABSENT: P. Biery, L Kaib. LIBRARY KNIGHTS OF THE LTAR As always, the library was both an indispensable aid to the scholastic endeavors of the students, and an invaluable source in providing enjoyable reading material to the students. We thank our librarian, Brother William Kiefer, S.M., and his able student assistants for their com- bined efforts in putting at our disposal an ever ade- quate amount of books and material. Y Showing an intense love for the Holy Eucharist and for the Sacrifice of the Mass, were the members of the Servers Club. These boys, under the guidance of Brother Lee Sciarrotta, S.lVI., exemplified this fact by unselfishly rendering their assistance at student retreats, the various sodality functions, and the eight o'cloclc student mass. FRONT ROW: R. Lang -9D, R. Meyer-9A, F. Hanley-10A, G. Pfeiffer -9D. SECOND ROW: J. Finn-l0E, Krohe- 1lA, H. McGinn-10A. ABSENT: Vochum- 11C, E. Kunco-11D, Long-11A. fr YC' X1 x 'Q Senior Party. T. Ging, T. Schlereth and R. Halle:-an try to pep up matters with an impromptu performance at the Unlike". One of the highlights of the North Catholic social life was the Senior Party held at McSorley's Colonial Inn. The Senior Party was the climax of the social activities for the first semester. Held on December 16th at lxflcsorleyis H y Colonial, this event proved to be a great success. It will long be remembered lay all who attended. After a tiring night of waltzing, the Seniors and their dates huddlc around the "goodies" which were the plete de resistance at the David Moore, Leo Hanlein, oseph Minahan. l H, ly PROJECTIO Providing the student body with information and enjoyment through the medium of cinema was the purpose of the Projection Club. The duties of this small, but hard-working group, included the showing of motion pictures and the operating of the tape recorders in the classrooms and the rallies. These boys, under their moderator, Brother Charles Gaus- ling, S.lVl., often gave up valuable time to assure the proper functioning of these devices so that others might benefit from their use. FRONT ROW: W. O'Dell, H. Liberatore, Kohn, Harrison, C. Giger. SEC- OND ROW: Loebig, R. jesteadt, Murphy, L. Kaid, R. Payer. THIRD ROW: M. Conroy, R. Bubash, R. Zimmers, K. Weismann, F. Steinmetz. FOURTH ROW: A. Rausch, C. Royal, P. Ley, R. Schomburger, C. Bellanca, A. Iarussi. PHOTOGRAPHY This group of lwoys, well-versed in the intricacies of photography, was responsible for the fine pictures that appeared in the Trojan News, the 1959 Annual, and the Catholic papers. Under the guidance of Brother Donald Dahl- mann, S.lVl., they devoted their time and efforts to producing an authentic photographic record of the events of the past year. Without their aid, the stu- dent annual could not have become a reality. PHOTOGRAPHERS Howard McGinn, Harry Schmidt, Charles Valosio, James Hohman. Aiding our competent janitors in keeping North "Spic and Span" are these four ahle-bodied students. Unselhshly, they relinquished their time to help the janitors in the tremendous task of keeping a school the size of North clean at all times. . W 'iff if a y -V , af- iiwisiszz X Mrs. Mary Novakovic, Brother Frank 2 ' .Q V Q ,571 4-,qi Meder, Mrs. Katherine Colbert, Mrs. g iii Z 2 A it - ' ,Q no Anna Thaner, Mrs. Anna Saul, Mrs. v V 8 ' F 5 Helen Grundhoffer, Miss Bertha Zirhut. sf A ' l The cafeteria staff, headed by - g Brother Nleder, S.lVl., re ares almost r ,. A, ji A . ,- I 3 , Q K 1 p p . , It v .lfigvn ,gg Q 600 piping hot meals a day-hve days a -"'xli""'9'f-ffhi 'f""5- 9 g I g -A week. Although we sometimes tend to John Schweiger, Louis Hayon, Edward Schmidt, Joseph Mang, Charles Wies- mann. The halls of Troy are kept in per- fect order hy the memhers of the main- tenance staff. Although these men are seldom seen-as they are usually busily engaged in their daily activities-their ac- complishments are constantly in view. forget the task that these ladies face daily, we can he sure that the meals will he al- ways delicious. 4 ia' a 3 . W r on P' '1 i I I 1 4 ,4 ' . ' Vi VI .I fl w fi Nl 1,w . I . 'QfN'2"' NORTH CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL f1939j In twenty years 3528 graduates have taken their place in the world. Many have distinguished themselves in their careers. Each clay the Marianists pray the Mother of God to protect and guide their boys. the FULHLLME T OE OUR TRAINING LIES IN PERPETUATING FOR THE CENTURIES AHEAD THE PRINCIPLES AND IDEALS OF A CATHGLIC GENTLEMAN The seniors of North Catholic have been taught the principles and ideals of Catholic gentleman for four years. The task ahead is to practice them so that we may become an example for future generations. We must spread these principles and ideals so that peace may reign. We must cultivate a Christian Social Conscience so that America may be a better place in which to live. Then and only then shall we have fulfilled our training as men of North. PERSONAL PATRONS Henry Abate Jean M Abernathey Anne Abmayr Dave Abmayr Mr 8. Mrs Jerry Abmayr Mr 84 Mrs John Abramov:c Mr Joseph Abramovtck M:ss Mary Abt 8g Mrs W:ll:am Abt 8- Mrs Vtctor N Ackerman Vrctor T Ackerman 8- Mrs Adamety Carl Adams Adas:ew:cz Fam:ly W:ll:am F Akerley M:ss Barbara Alberts Mr F W Alexander A s Mrs M J Altenbaugh Mr 8. Mrs Robert Altmar J W Ambrose Jr B:ll Spark:e Anderson 8- Mrs Joseph Anderson 8. Mrs Joseph Anderson Mrs Jule Anderson 8- Mrs Walter Andes 81 Mrs T L Andrews Anthony Angeltn: John J Angelo Mrs Helen Anke Mrs Helen Anke Anonymous Anonymous Ann 8. Mrke Mrs Rea Anthony W:ll:am Anthony Mrs W:ll:am Anthony Frank Arch lll D G Archlbald Ralph Arlott: Sam Arlott: Mr 8. Mrs Arnold Art Romaune 8. Jackae John Atz:nger George CYudaj Audr:sev:c Mr 81 Mrs A J Aufman Marv Aufman V:rg:n:a Aufman Caley E Augusttne Lo:s Ault Mrs M:ldred Auth Ronny Azzarello Mr Anthony F Bab:cka Mr 8. Mrs John Babgack Don Bach 59 R:chard Bach 45 Mr 8. Mrs Frank Bachmeyer Leroy W Baggs Donna Mar:e Ba:er Mr A Baker M:ssA L Baker Mrs Edw Baker V:rg:n:a Baker George Bal:cky M 81 Mrs J Batle 8. Sons George P Barley Joseph Balkey M J Bell:nger Mrs R Balsom:co Ed Banachosh: Pete Bandenburg Gertrude Baron Mr 8. Mrs John Baron Mrs J Barrante Mrs Hulda Barrrcella Barb 81 Bob 59 Barney 59 Mr 8. Mrs Barney M 8 Mrs H arr Mr 8- Mrs Barry Thomas Elmer Bartek Mary Ann Bartk:ns Jack Barry Mr 81 Mrs Dav:d K Barton Robert Bassett Edward Bates Mr 8.Mrs Edw F Bates Robert Bates Mrs Jane Batt:s Mrs Jane Battts Chuck 59 Bauer J A Be: r Judy Bettler B:ll Bauer 59 CBellevueD Mr 8- Mrs Earl Bauer J L Bau s J L Ba R J Bauer 8: Mrs Robert C Baumbach Mr 8. Mrs Cl:nton G Baun Mrs Joseph Bayer 8K Mrs Peter Bayttch Anthony Bazn:k :ta Bazn:k E S Mrs Rose Beard Jenn:e Beasty Amy Beatty Arthur E Beatty Duke Beatty Mrs Florence Beatty Walter V Beaver J E eck Mrs Robert L Beck Leona Beck Ph:l:p W Beck Mr 8. Mrs Ph:l:p W Beck Mrs Geo Becker Mrs John Becker Mr Robert Becker Dave Beck: Mrs Ray Beck: Mr Ray Beck: Mr Ray Beck: John Bedeck Terry Bedeck R H Beegel Marlene 8. Pat Behr Mrs Gertrude Be:n:ng Mr 81 Mrs J Aust:n Bell Tony Bell Charles Bellanca Guy L Bellanca J Mrs Guy L Bellanca Mrs Eva Belohlavek Mr 8. Mrs J Belshock James Belz Robert G Benaman R:chard Bender Mrs W:ll:am E Bender Elmer Bennett Paul W Bennett Jr Joseph W Bennett Benny Chas E Benson Bob Benson Al Berardell: Mr 8. Mrs Al Berardunell: 81 Son Mrs l Bergstrom Mrs I Bergstrom Harvey J Beron Mr 8r Mrs Charlre Berry Mr 81 Mrs Bertges Gerr:e A Best El:zabeth Betz Bev 8. Betty Vade:no 8. Rose Bevtlacqua Grace Benversdorf Joan A Bez:la 81 Mrs J A Bez M 8- Mrs Ed B:elsk: Dwtght E B:ery Paul B:ery Veronlca 8. Jtmmy B:ery Adele Btgley 81 Mrs Thomas B:gelow The Kool One Mrs C E B: 81 Mrs T A B:ll:ngsey 81 Mrs B:ses: s J K B:to Edward Battner Mrs Clara B:zarth M:chael Blaha Fred M Blake Jr 52 JosephH Blake 56 Mr 8. Mrs Fred M Blake May F Blake Raymond Blakeley Henry Blanker Anthony J Bl:tzko Joseph Bl:tzko Mrs Reg:na Blttzko Bob 8. Dee Bob W:ndy 8. Frank Helen Bock Mrs Mae Bod:sh John J Bodzwtck Arthur Boehm Bud Boehm Carol:ne Boehm Ralph Boehm Robert Boehm Mr 8. Mrs W:ll:am Boehm Mrs Anna Bolar B:ll Banchak Mr 81 Mrs Walter Bold Mrs Joseph Bonlcky Mrs Freder:ck Boory G J Bordy Vtctor Boselovtc W:ll:am J Bosko S Booster Mary Anne Bord:ck J M Borkonsk: Mrs Helen Borland Mrs W:ll:am Borr Walte: Bosak The Boss Curley Boul Helen M Bove John J Bowman Mr E H Boxberger Mrs Boyd Ph:l Boylan Harold Boyle Nancy 8. Betty J Boyle Patnck Boyle Boys From the Burg Bonnue Brabec Barney Bracco M 8- Mrs C Brace Mr 8K Mrs J Bracleen M 8, Mrs Chas Brady T H Taylor Brady Warren Brady M L Brah er Tony Brancato Mr 8.Mrs N J Brandes Mrs Thomas R Brandl Dav:d W Brant R:chard Brant Donald Bray 55 Mr 8. Mrs Henry Bray James Bray 46 Ralph Bray 59 Mr 8. Mrs Edward Bre:n:g Mr A Bre:tenbach Mrs Albert Bre:tenbach Charles W Brenckle Brendel Fam:ly B:ll Brennan B:ll Brennan Edw A Brennan Mrs John E Brennan Bressler Fam:ly Mr 8. Mrs E Bruerton Mrs Johanna Br:n:ak John A Br:n:ak R:chard Brmlak G J Brocke Mr 8g Mrs E L Broerman Mr 81 Mrs R Brounstetn Mrs J F Brosky Judge Brosky Ger Reb Brosky Charley Brown Mrs Clara M Brown MaryL Brown Mr Ol:ver Broz Mrs Ol:ver Broz Bruckers Cla:r Brucker Fam:ly Mr 81 Mrs Glenn Brucker Nancy Brucker George Brucker Carl Bruechen V l ' . . . ' ' . , r. MY. . A 1 I I ' Mr. . ' . I ' Mr. ' . - - ' ' ' Mr. . f- - - B I ' I' U ' . f ,Q . ,, ' ' I - ' r. . F. . Mr. . ' l b ' ' ' Mr. . 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Della Thelss Mrs Mary Thens Theresas Baby Thoma Mary Thoma Thomas Famrly Anne Thomas Bull Thomas Charles Thomas Mrs Fred Thomas James E Thomas Rose Thomas Mrs Rose Thomas Mr T Thomas Wtllram Thomas Thompson Famaly Mr 8. Mrs Thompson F E Thompson Mr 8. Mrs H Thompson Steve Thompson Mary Thor Mr 8. Mrs George Thunell Henry Trce Wrllram Tlce Tiny Mr 8. Mrs P Trryo Mrs Clara Trshky Mrs Margaret Trshky Edward B Truxco To the T2E Bunch To the Class of 59 8. Mrs Edward A Tobuas r Tom Cthe Bombj 8. Mrs Mrchael Tomko r a Tomko Mr 8. Mrs Stephen Tomko Lrttle Tommy Dr 8.Mrs PaulJ Toner Tony Mr 8. Mrs J Toogood Eltrteda Toomey Bertha M Toppung Margaret Topprng Phullrp Topprng Mr 8.Mrs R C Topprng Ensrgn Robert L Topping Mano Totera Vnctor Toucho Mrs E Tracey Mr John Tracy Mr 8. Mrs Bob Tranl Joseph D Trapanr Harry M Trautmann Mrs J Travers Mr 8. 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Mrs E Mahofsku John Mahofskn Patrlca Mahofsku Jum Marak Peter P Matessa Sr Mrs Sarah Megahan Frank Mesnck Mrs Frank Mesnck Mr 8- Mrs Robert Meyer Mlss Sophna Meyer Mr Jack Muller James C Muller Mrs John R Muller Larry Moul Mrs N Moul Tom Moul Margaret Mulck Mr 81 Mrs Harry Mulder The James Munsch Family Mr George Nason Mrs Needham Mrs Mary Novakovlc Wm Novakovuc Charles C OConnor Mr 84 Mrs JamesH OHara Mr 81 Mrs JamesH OHara Mr James Parks Barbara Jean Peters Mrs P Peters Mr 81 Mrs Howard Pflefer Kay Phaturos Plnky Mr 81 Mrs E J Propcheck Dana Pugar James R Qumn John 8r Pat Rooney Raymond Santo Famnly Mrs Martin Scanlon Martun J Scanlon Joe Scharf Regus Schladenhaufen Frank Charles Schwertz Jr Frank C Schwertz Famnly Mr 8. Mrs Lee T Sellars Earl R Short Thomas V Spehar Mr 8 Mrs Lou Spernak Mr 8 Mrs George Sprtzner Mr 8. Mrs Wallnam Spntzner Chas M Spreng Mrs Staufter Mr 8K Mrs Georgc Sterzunger Sr Mrs Rose Struhar Mr Charles Strum R R Suhannn Mr 8. Mrs J Donald Suston Mrs Tarasu Tony s Carol Ann Troha Char Dee Troha Charles Edward Eleanor Johnny Thomas Thomas C Troha Troha Troha Troha Troha E Turnbaugh Jeft Vevers Peg Vevers Peggy Vevers Mr 8K Mrs Frank Wagner Mrs Waltcher Raymond Walton Robert Walton Regus C Welsh Carol Woltyna Ruchard Woltyna Regus Woods Famuly Mrs Stanley Yendell Mrs Helen Young Mr. . . . lik . . . . ' r. . C. 1 - A ' . ' , , , , ' r. . C. - ' ' r. . C. ' ' r. . C. - - ' r . . , lle I V l . . Ze - - - - ' ' ' ' 1 r. I U . . . D . . I ' ' , r. ' ' . rl . . ' Al Q - 1 ' G 1 Al ' . . . ' ' U ' Al ' ' ' ' - Al ' . - - - I - - Al ' . . - I . Al Froehlich Mrs. C. Legler Mrs. J0lWft Smllh L . ' . . . . . , P 1 ' - - BUSINESS PATRONS MR AND MRS FRANK ABBOTT T335 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA CONGRATULATIONS 'IO THE CLASS OF 59 THE GEORGE ABMAYR FAMILY ACE CARPET COMPANY INSTALLATION SPECIALIST FO 4 3757 COFIQFGIUIGIIOITS Class of 1959 Mr and Mrs George AlbeIth Allegheny Amusement Company Cotn Operated Mwchunes or I I lcgheny Auto Body Company Bo y und Fewd r Repanttg Q 608E Olto t r I Pcnna ALLECHENY LODGE 47 L O O M I4 I6 EAST NORTH AVENUE NORTH SIDE PITTSBURGH PENNA Allegheny Motor Sale COIIDOIGIIOII 700 08 Lockhnt Street See the All New 595 SENIOR B 100 CLASS FRONT ROW M Balfc, R Cronm, R Merther, R KowaIsk1,W Moul R Faub, W Hollem SECOND ROW S janasek, F Arden, E Dletz, W Alberth, F Kress, Kundrat THIRD ROW D Bach E Colerlch Kasun, H Hoffman, Brunner, D Edgar, A Iarussx FOURTH ROW A Ge st, L Hanlem, T Cook D Brunner, A Deutsch, R McKee FIFTH ROW C Ballanca, C Cahnll M Hudec, A D1G1roIamo,W Gener, P Mlttermexer ABSENT R Hutter Allegheny Real Estate Company 402 Federal St F I2 0 PIttsbuIgh I2 Pennsylyama ALLEGHENY VALLEY BANK OF PGH SI37 BUTLER STREET PITTSBURGH I PENNSYLVANIA Alltson PaII4 Real Estate Co Real Estate Insurance HU 6 7500 All Sawngs Insured at AIIISOIT Park Sav and Loan Ass Alltson Park Pennsylvwnla Allstate Roollng and Sheet Metal Co All Type Roohng and Repans FA 2 8274 ALPHA DRESS SUIT COMPANY 3007 JENKINS ARCADE PITTSBURGH 2 I AIUITTIITJITT Storm DOOIS Nd VlIIndo p rl ,I R pa r I OARITTOITI 3559 IIIOITIIO e I 41134 s Bar 3239 Bnghton Rd PIZZ5 The Alva Card and GIt't Shop All OCCGSIOIT Cards School Suppl es 570 LIncoln Ave B llevue P Amerucan Typevvruter Company Portables ACICIIITQ and OIF e Macl II Wood Street PItt bargh n rtcan T JVII I Contpa ood StIect I ctrtc T,p I CI Ren cc C ngratu itton to tl c Class ot 59 r and MI I I Andre Hotel IB92 MIddlc Road enslm I Pc In a Luke AITCII s Cafe 7 LO C Stu. oy H Aw ,f and AI ns y eIs of I 3037 PIcble Aycnuc Ins TayeIn I1123 BCGVCI Ayenuc Pntsburgh 33 P III ylyan a 1 . 2 ' I 1 t I t . 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I, I ' QI I' I.-I3 ,dt X 'K ' E7' C lt C-L5 CC FIO Dtsttncton ' II ' s - fs II I I I s ' Al' AI I - ' H ' H ' ' , CI S I BUSINESS PATRONS ANNUNCIATION BOWLING ALLEYS 2801 NORTH CHARLES STREET PITTSBURGH 14 PENNSYLVANIA Guess Who Anonymous Anthonys Barber Shop 1306 B nton Avenue N S Ptttsburgh Penna Arbogasts Prescrtptton Pharmacy C 1 1 59 1617 Lowre Street Arsenal Lanes Lawrencevtlle East Ltberty 17th and Carson Streets COMPLIMENTS OF ARTCRAFT WOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY 1307 HIGH STREET COMPLIMENTS MR AND MRS ASENBRENER Asprnwall Cafe 301 Freeport Road Prttsburgh 15 Pennsylvanra Asptnwall Recreatton Bowl for Relaxatron And Fun ST 19809 Auerbach Furnrture Company Furnrture Carpets Applrances AL 1 1 00 Open Evenungs AUGIE AND FRITZS BARBER SHOP 109 19TH STREET SHARPSBURG PENNSYLVANIA JOHN H AULD AND BROTHERS CO LUMBER BUILDERS SUPPLIES ALLISON PARK PENNSYLVANIA Aults and Bowen Real Estate Insurance Aumers Bakery 3904 Perrysvtlle Brrthday and Weddrng Cakes FA I 7568 a m T I0 Avant Corporatron Imported Sports Cars 1059 Freeport Road Asprnwall and J Caterers 7114 Church Avenue Ben Avon Pgh 2 Pa PO 67750 Babcock Gardens Babcock Boulevard At Keown Statton Barley Farrell Company Wholesale Plumbrng and Heating Suppltes srnce 1840 Wrlltam J Balzek Televrsron Servtcrng FA I 9833 Compltrnents of D L C Baldwtn Mrllvale Penna Balestcrctre Produce Frurts Wholesale Vegetables CEdar 17746 Prttsburgh P Balrcky Shoe Repan 1310 Benton Avenue Ptttsburgh 12 Penna BANK OF MILLVALE MILLVALE PENNSYLVANIA THE BANK THAT LISTENS Bard s For Good Thrngs to Eat 3923 Perrysvtlle Ave S D Matteo John A Barney Real Estate Insurance of All Krnds ST I 3376 ST 1 7666 Bartsch Floral Shoppe 90 Townvrew Drtve oft Wrbl Road Ptttsburgh 9 Pa Mr and Mrs Bauer Mr and Mrs Carothers Good Luck' A Baznrk FA 17642 Regtstered Plumbrng and Heatrng Baths Krtchon Stnks Remodeltng Beck Company Inc Roohng and Heattng CO 2207 East Street BECKMAN BROS TRANSFER 81 STORAGE LOCAL 84 LONG DISTANCE MOVERS 5410 HARRISON ST PITTSBURGH PA BECKMAN TRANSFER 81 STORAGE 5410 HARRISON ST PITTSBURGH PA LOCAL 81 LONG DISTANCE MOVING BELLEVUE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY BEER AND SOFT DRINKS PO 6 1699 PO 1 9606 Bellevue Patnt 81 Class Parnts for Every Purpose Bellevue P I 6911 COMPLIMENTS OF THE BELLUSCIO FAMILY Benko Dtstrrbutrng Route .MB Glenshaw Penna Good Servtce BENNETT LUMBER 8- MFG COMPANY LUMBER AND MILL WORK 21 SEDGWICK ST PITTSBURGH PA Berkeley Halls Pharmacy 4870 McKntght Road Prescrtptron Service Berkleys Pharrnacres Two Mod rn Stores Selvrng The North Halls Berts Barber Shop 423 Lrncoln Avcnuc PO 6 9792 Btertemptel and Ingram General Contrtctors 1 5 CE 1 2 Bull s Delrcates on 1600 Brtghton Road C I 9813 Clarence A Btttner Burlder 201 Mary Ann Drtve BLAW KNOX COMPANY PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA Blawnox Excavator 166 Freeport Road Blawnox CPIII burgh 38D Pcnna BLIND FLORAL COMPANY SAY IT WITH FLOWERS WELLINGTON 15005 BLUMER FRIENDLY MOBIL SERVICE RT 8 AND WILDWOOD ROAD HU 6 9939 ALLISON PARK INDULGE IN GOOD MUSIC LISTEN TO THE SOUND AND SINGING OF BO DIDDLEY For That Zestful Lrstcntng Lrsten to the Bo Sound At Any Record Shop Compltments of Bock Funeral Home Glenshaw Bodnar Applrance 1310 Crafton Boulevard Your Frtgrdarre Dealer GERARD BOEH FLOWERS 1414 BEAVER AVENUE CHOICE FLOWERS CHOICE FRIENDS Boehm s Grocery The Store on the Hull Wtth Prrces on the Level Bobanuck s Cafe Good Luck IH the Future Boehm 81 Mehrrng Sheet Metal Works Prttsburgh Pa Complrrnents of the Paul V Borman Famrly Borza Funeral Home 2439 Caltfornta Avenue NS Pittsburgh 12 Pa L J Boss Company 202 Arrott Butldlng Prttsburgh 22 Pennsylvama ry h ' . , H - ' ' , a. 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BUSINESS PATRONS Compllments of the Boucek Famtly 2298 Clearvue Dr ve Pgh 37 Pa Yea North' Go' Compllments Charles M Boucelc M D Boulevard Atlantlc Servlce 286 Ohro Rrver Boulevard Emsworth Prttsburgh 2 Penna Connpllments of Boulevard Cleaners Rugs Cleaned COMPLIMENTS OF THE BOULEVARD INN GLENSHAW PENNSYLVANIA Mary Lourse Boyd Alderman AL I 4776 Compllments of Boy s Club Presldent J D Jonn and Stay Happy BRADLEY AUTO PARTS 7822 24 PERRY HIGHWAY FO 4 6300 BRANDT FUNERAL HOME IO32 PERRY HIGHWAY PITTSBURGH 37 PENNSYLVANIA SENIOR C 100 CLASS AND HIGHEST IN SALES OE ADS AND PATRONS FRONT ROW P Lovrenc1c,V Ventomnller, E Weber, P Soltls, F Scholl SECOND ROW J Malese, Melder, G OHare, Rafferty, Shaw, R Sovchen, W Werner, W Schutzman THIRD ROW A Melodxa, D Rxchard, C Newland, B OBoyle, Zang, S Orosz,J Nolan FOURTH ROW A Werchowskx, D Liddell R Walton, R McGeown, S Pmo, Sapper, P Toppmg, R Sobehart FIFTH ROW L Scherer, L Scanlon, M Szykowny, S Wojtyna, C Walker, Roposh, Wexss ABSENT P Orr, E Stcfanko Branmgang, Gym Brrckleys Servrce Statron I9OI I903 Beaver Ave rue Yea' Rrpl BRANT OLDSMOBILE COMPANY I53 PERRYSVILLE AVENUE PITTSBURGH 29 PENNSYLVANIA Brantner Excavators 725 Wrble Run Road Prttsburgh 9 Penna Best Wnshes to All of the Graduates Brass Rall Restaurant BRAUNS EXPRESS MOVING AND HAULING ST I 0696 Brehrn s Shoe Store Crrders Corner off Rt I9 Styles for the Whole Famrly Brrghton Bovvlmg Alleys I739 Brlghton Place NS Re ervatlons Cal' FA I 6628 Complrrnents Brrghton Inn Brrghton Real Estate Real Estate Insurance Notary Pubrc Metropolrtan and Junlata Streets Prttsburgh 33 Penna Kung John Casrrnrr Brhd of Pgh Congratulatlons to the Graduatrng Class of I959 Howard Brosres Amoco Servrce 4550 Mclinrght Road Plttsburgh 37 Penna Brotherhood of Rallvvay Clerks Lrvestock Handlers Lodge 864 Broz Dlstrrbutmg Company A747 Hatield Street MU 2 21136 Prttsburgh I Pa Cornplrments Brueckner and Herrlck R F BRUNNER GROCERY 4II GRANT AVENUE MILLVALE FREE DELIVERY TA I I 45 George Bucselc Fresh Meat Frozen Food FA I 8090 IOI7 Chestnut St Plttsburgh I2 Pa George F Bucsek Class of 5I Good Luck' ,I I r ,L r , ' x . 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Of - - - BUSINESS PATRONS George F Bucsek Class 51 Complnments BUILDERS KITCHEN SERVICE SALES KITCHENS AND FORMICA SINK TOPS 908 GALVESTON AVE FA 1 7252 Best of Luck Class of 59 The Burkhart Famrly Step S ssrons Dancnng Classes By Jack Burkhard and Assoctates Busch Nursertes Inc 7903 Thompson Run Road FO 4 8300 Buskey s Motel Route 38 One half Mule from Turnpnke Alllson Park Penna Congratulattons The Class of Bernard J Butchko Congratulattons Graduatmg Class of 59 Joseph E Butchko George J Butler Special Account 1421 Beaver Avenue N S COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO OF PGH NORTH PITTSBURGH BRANCH Croke Boer Dtstrtbutor 3121 Shadcland Avenue PO 6 7873 Compltments of Buzz s Cafe Marshall and Caltfornta Avenue and H Auto Parts 231 Grant Avenue Mtllvale Servtce Wtth a Smnl CAHILLS HOME AND AUTO STORE 3222 BRIGHTON ROAD POPLAR 6 9789 Best Washes Callaway Mills Inc Rugs and Carpets Campbell s Funeral Home Sharpsburg Cancrlla s Market 1324 Mtddle Street Sharpsburg ST 2 1257 Free Deltvery Mtke Capp Servtce Statton 2320 Caltfornla Avenue Mr and Mrs Frank Capan 153 Evergreen Ave Pxttsburgh 9 a Wash All Trolans Good Luck' Carlsen Realty 2309 Babcock Boulevard W 12911 Pittsburgh 9 Pa KEEP YOUR DOG FRISKIE WITH FRISKIES ANOTHER CARNATION QUALITY PRODUCT CARNATION CO LOS ANGELES CALIF Compltments Carpathlan Club Sam Caruso Beer Dtstnbutor Home Deltvery CE 13965 1245 Resaca Place For Ftne Food and Cocktatls Casa Loma Bar and Grrll 3560 Evergreen Road Prttsburgh Castellos Cleaners Tatlors Laundry 1800 Chtslett Street Catanzaros Delucatessen Fresh Frutts Vegetables 3621 Calufornla Ave PO 6 9901 Catholuc Womens Umon Most Holy Name Church Troy Hull Ptttsburgh CENTURY MANUFACTURING COMPANY LINO PLASTIC SINKS COUNTER TOPS 4073 75 LIBERTY AVE PITTSBURGH John W Ceranlc Jr Hoattng RootTng Arr Condttuontng CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 59 FROM THE CERNANSKY FAMILY Chartters Lumber and Supply Co 4000 Wlndgap Ave FE 1 4328 Lumb r Mtllwork Butlclers Suppltes Chateau Motor Sales Inc Your Dodge Plymouth Dealer North Std CE 1 6100 Chrtstnan Mothers Most Holy Name Church Troy Hull Chrtstran Mothers St Athanastus West Vtew Chuchtc Restaurant 2831 Preble Avenue Ftne Food Compluments of Mr and Ms James Ctccta of Clatrton P Compltments of Pasquale G Curocco and Famrly THE CITY BANANA CO 45 21st STREET PITTSBURGH 22 PA Colertch Radto and Televtston Everythtng Electrrcal Repatred Motorola Car Radlos MU 3 3094 Bruce Coles Servtce Freeport Road and Western Avenue Asptnwall Prttsburgh 15 Pa Colonral Ttle Co Ceramtc Tnle West Vuew Column House 3208 McClure Avenue Plttsburgh Joe and Mary Compltments Mr and Mrs John Cummings Communtty Hardware Perry Highway Wexford Penna Hardware Is Our Business Comport Famrly 2639 Leland Street Ptttsburgh 14 Penna Comstock Manfred and Schap r 602 East Ohro Street Real Estate and Insurance SAVE REGULARLY AT CONCORD LIBERTY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 222 EAST OHIO STREET FA 1 1730 CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN MOTHERS ST GABRIELS CHURCH Conners Beer Dustrnbutor Avalon Prttsburgh 2 Penna P 6 I 1 3 PO 6 8339 Connollys Gulf Servtce 314 Ohno Rtver Boulevard Motor Tune Up PO 69926 Edward Conway Busmess Agent Local 43 Structural Iron Workers Unnon CORSELLOS DODGE PLYMOUTH BELLEVUE PO 6 8900 Costa Brothers Imported and Domestrc Grocerles 555 Larrmer Avenue Complaments Wllluam Costello Country Belle. Mtlk Retatl Whoesale TU 19200 1623 Saw Mull Run Boulevard Complrments of Crawford s Datry 3627 Brrghton Road Cruvellas Gulf Servlce 38 Etna a Phone ST 1 9765 , of . . ' ' ' ' , ' 12 ' of . To , . . '59 ' A 709-711 EAST OHIO STREET 922 Chestnut Street AL 1-7372 NORTH SIDE . 0 . 1 . C , . of . - 1 ' I I a' F . 1 ., ' , P . ' Rt. ' , , P . 3 -annul unsung f- BUSINESS PATRONS SENIOR D 100 CLASS FRONT ROW T Rooney, V LaBarbera, T Schlereth P Vaughan, F Hunkele, Mnksa, F Schreiber SECOND ROW' J Tllhlxe F Stexnmetz, Woehrel, E Skultety, R Turxcx, Welllxagton, D Muller THIRD ROW R Vardzel, Cam, R Madigan Huber, A Rausch, Hamm, R Schwab, G OBrxen FOURTH ROW J Profozlch R Rathke J Burke, T Monterossl, Hahn, P Neldhardt,j Wxthunm ABSENT T Lems COMPLIMENTS CRONENWETH DAIRY COMPANY DAUM AND HELM HARDWARE COMPANY PAINT TOOLS HOUSEWARE WE GIVE S8-H GREEN STAMPS G E Cronrn Electrrcal Contractor A Irson Park P 6 6210 Complrments of J H Crunkelton Funeral Home Cuva s Lrncoln Mercury Inc 214 W Robrnson Street Ptttsburgh 12 Penna DAIRY QUEEN OF BABCOCK THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON TOP Mary Dall Chtckens North SIde Market FA 16588 Damrs Jewelers 223 North Avenue NItIIvaIe Penna Dantels Farm Parnes and Banquets For Reservatrons Phone FO 4 B131 Danylo Bros Roohng New and Repaur DeBaIdo Brothers Excavatrng Contractors Glenshavv Pennsylvama E D PLUMBING AND HEATING 1825 PERRYSVILLE AVE PGH DELNEYS 7703 MCKNIGHT ROAD PGH s MOST MODERN RESTAURANT COMPLIMENTS OF THE DELUGA FAMILY ITD YEA NORTH' 9G Dengter Auto Body We Take Dents Out of Accrdents 3175 McClure Avenue PO 1 OJOO Der a Bro Wholeswlc LI Rct I Pou try Eggs C 1 1 9 CI cs nu S c W v ne A o es c Management ConsJItants SaIes Productuon and Ftnance Dcvlnn FuneraI Home 602 Sherman Avenue Dtamond Restsurwnt Supply Prttsburgh Market House Prttsburgh Penna DrBuccI North Hulls E so Puttsburgh 37 Penna Dvrne Providence I-IospItaI 215 W Montgomery Avenue Ptttsburgh 12 Penta Complrrnents of Drnty Moores Barbecue Go TroIansI Go' D VCO WAYNE CORPORATION TROY HILL ROAD AT GARDNER FA 1 4026 PITTSBURGH PA D xaes G IIe Where Good Fncncis Meet 2604 PerrysvrIIe Avenue Pttsburgtt P Compliment t 1 G Dornrtrov c Famrly Doms Barber Shop Mens and Ladrcs Hatrc ts West Vrew JOSEPH C DRESBACH ROOFING PO 61446 ana PO 1 3701 N S p,,,SbU,g,, PWM ro 4 6431 Psmwsvtrrr ' ft, I . ' f - , sh U ' ls. " If . V q . , 2 4 4 J I 1, X ' x I I , bg L ! N, xi , if A f , f , v . 1 as f . - is : . . . , . . J. . . : U. , . . . , . . , J. . J. . D . . : . , . , . . . OF I - - I ' ' 7317 McKnIght Road I' ' , a. HU - I ' ' , . ' F. . EER I I ' ' V ., ., PA. 1 I I 4 . V N . , N, I ci L X an' ' ai I S I D E A 99 O I I " 1 ' 409 CW- I 'I tre At, Pgh, 12, Pa. I I J. , De I ss cIat , In , I BUSINESS PATRONS DRESSLERS DAIRY FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE WELLINGTON I 3663 Drrve III Beer Drstrubutor Joseph Abbott 5300 Perry Hughvvay DUOUESNE TOOL MFG CO LAWNMOWERS SHARPENED 8. REPAIRED WARRENDALE PA WE 52828 and H Auto Sales 80I Allegheny Avenue Pzttsburgh Penna Earlys Italuan Ptzza Baked Fresh Dally 3542 East Street FA I2828 E E FED SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSN 5912 PENNA AVE PGH PA INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS F A M Enterprtse Appllances Phone ST I 9500 Home Furmshlngs Congratulatnons to the Graduating Students o 2A V KITCHEN CABINETS SINK TOPS BUILT IN APPLIANCES F 8- M MFG COMPANY ST I6 60 Louxs Falvo Realty 624 Chestnut Street CE I 0626 FAMOUS FOODS INC SHARPSBURG PITTSBURGH I5 PA ST I 8488 C CCyj Farbacher Automobtle and Truck Repalrs State In pectton Statton 4iI329 C CCyj Farbacher Excavattng Gradnng Dltchung Sharpsburg Penna Complnments Farm Maud Daury Compliments Felrx The Cat Tony Ferderbar General House Repalrs ST I 8478 FERRARO CONSTRUCTION CO 523 N HOMEWOOD AVENUE PITTSBURGH 8 PENNA GRACE JOYCE FERRIS ENGLERTS MILLINERY 233 OLIVER AVE PITTSBURGH P Ftbbes Restaurant Gracious Dtnnng McKnlght Road North Halls FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN 3300 BRIGHTON ROAD PITTSBURGH I2 PENNA FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY WOODS RUN OFFICE 2924 PREBLE AVENUE Fught Fluorudatuon P O Box 9726 Puttsburgh 29 Penna Funemans Dept Store Blawnox Puttsburgh 38 Penna EAT N PARK RESTAURANTS ENJOY THE BIG BOY HAMBUR HOST TO OVER 5 MILLION Eber Gulf Servlce Rt I9 and Bonntc. Vue Drive WE 5 3636 Compllments Mr and Mrs PeterJ Ebner Economy Food Store Route 8 Alllson ark E Kozar Proprtetor Economy Sport wear 5II East Ohno Street New Look 59 W E Euchenlaub WE 5 2045 C W End nm: er TA I I 24 Pcal Estate and In urance 322 Grant Av nue Mullvale P Electro Arr Cleaner Company Inc Oltvla and Sproul Streets McKees Rocks Penna Elrose D velopment Company Bullders Perrysvulle Pa FO 4 5945 Congratulatuons to the Class of 59 The Emanuel Famnly Etna Electnc Appltance Center Sales 8. Servuce Phono Records Televlsnon Radto Appl Repalr Etna Drstrrbutang Company I7 Freeport Street Etna 23 Penna S I4073 Etna Lanes 372 Butler Street Pittsburgh 23 Penna Evan s Bar and Grull 3891 Bnghton Road Puttsburgh I2 Penna Evan s Studlo 7I5 East Street Puttsburgh I2 Penna I957 Everglade Bowllng Alleys 34 Southern Avenue Plttsburgh II Pa I 7645 Evergreen Gardens Babcock Road Ptttsburgh 37 Penna Greetmgs from John J Exler Recorder of Deeds L J Funk Omce Machlnes Typevvruters Addlng Machlnes Sold Rented 827 E Oltto Street FIRST FEDERAL SAVING AND LOAN ASSN OF BELLEVUE 532 LINCOLN AVE PITTSBURGH 2 PA Fuscher s Garage 7847 Perry Hlghway Plttsburgh 37 Penna Frschers Garage 7847 Perry Hlghway Pnttsbulgh 37 Penna Flschers Garage 7847 Perry Hlghway Ptttsburgh 37 Penna Cornpltments of The Fave Mule House Perry Hlghway J A Flenshner 4278 Mt Royal Boulevard Fod s Delucatessen Mt Royal Boulevard Dont Read the Magaztnes Fort Wayne Restaurant 303 Federal Street C I6366 Chrts Rornanlas Proprietor Foster Brush Company I8 W North Avenue Plttsburgh I2 Penna Franks Plzza Den 2910 Shadeland Avenue NS Take Out Service PO 6 I333 Fran s Barber Shop 3949 Perrysvllle Avenue Flat Tops New Yorkers BEST WISHES FREDDIES CAFE I575 SPRING GARDEN AVENUE Fred s Cate I227 Monterey Street Flne Food Luquor B er Wane P A FREYVOGEL COMPANY PAINTING CONTRACTORS PITTSBURGH I2 PENNA Fruedrrch Floor Covertng Perry Hrghway Wexford Let Us Cover Your Floors ' ' I I , . I , . EV - I ' r GER P' - It H II I ' . of ' . - - P , f I - Dr. . F. F. - , I ' , . Real Estate Ins. - Property Manag. Custom Built Homes General Contractor HU 6-4945 I I . , ' c 'II - 7 e' ' I I I v 5 . , e , ' , a. " ' ' " . . -- E I S I I , I I . . I . I e of ' , . . of ' - . ' , , . T - C . . I . I e I , ., , A. ' I - ' , . BUSINESS PATRONS Fruehaut Trailer Company James J. Marguglio Res. PO 6-2111 Off. MU 1-5000 Leo C. Gaertner Agency Real Estate - Insurance 3937 Perrysville Avenue AL 1-2900 Gaertner Home Bakery 3931 Perrysville Avenue CE 1-1425 Wedding Cakes a Specialty ALDEN F, GARDNER GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PO. SEW. 584 HOMES, REPAIRING, REMODELING Joseph C. Gartner Brickwork Since 1877 3045 Mount Troy Road Bus Garlick Upholstering 2835 Charles Street N.S. Pittsburgh 14, Penna. Robert J. Geisler, Dry Cleaners "Expert Cleaning and Tailoring" 1109 Mt. Royal Boulevard HU 6-5110 Louis Geissler Radio and TV Repair FOrest 4-7420 COMPLIMENTS OF GENERAL MOLDS AND PLASTICS CORP. LEETSDALE, PENNSYLVANIA -I' P l - SENIOR F- l00'2 CLASS FRONT ROW: P. Balestreire, Seaman, Stalter, D. Silverblatt, R. Collette, J. Murphy, Olclaker. SECOND ROW7: R. Veltri, M. Frederich, R. Marsartis, B. Garrity, L. Solinsky, H. Williams, P. Stauber. THIRD ROW: Ferrara, D. Taciuch, Hite, Osborn, F. Weber, F. Vogel, Davin, W. Spehar, T. Zang. FOURTH ROW: C. Woods, Milcic, R. Hartung, M. Callahan, P. Marsico, W. Goldie, A. Hungerman, A. Frost. ABSENT: R. Nickel. General Tires - Tubes - Batteries Call Joe Schmidt, Class of '44 Baysek Oldsmobile Inc. AL 1-7400 COMPLIMENTS OF COUSIN GEORGE AND HIS ASSISTANTS GERBER'S FRUIT MARKET NORTH SIDE - NORTH HILLS OPEN TILL 9 P. M. Gergurich Market 1514 E. Ohio Street N.S. Pittsburgh, Penna. Giant Food Market 900 Main Street Sharpsburg, Pa. A. C. GIERL CE 1-0835 ROOFING - SHEET METAL WORK 1001 SPRING GARDEN AVENUE GIGER'S CAFE 1619-21 BEAVER AVE., PITTSBURGH 33 DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 8. DRINKS GLANNON'S MARKET MT. ROYAL BLVD. 8. FERGUSON RD. ALLISON PARK, PENNA. Gasa's Barber Shop 416 Perrysville Road Pittsburgh 29, Penna. Glassbrenner Prescription Pharmacy 3053 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh SEE WHAT You BUY suv IN GLASS GLENSHAW GLASS co. COMPLIMENTS OF MR AND MRS. HERBERT R. GOETZ AND FAMILY Compliments of Ellen Good Graphic Studio Keystone Building Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The Great American Tea Company 1718 Lowrie St., Pittsburgh 12, Pa. Quality Coffee Since 1856 1703 LOWRIE STREET CEDAR 1 0999 GREB'S BAKERY Greenwood Ceaners 1806 Chislett Street Pittsburgh 6, Penna. Thomas Greer Family 262 Center Avenue Yea, North! 12, Pa BUSINESS PATRONS Compluments of Grego s Tavern Mnllvale Perma PAUL GROPELLI MEMORIAL CO PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA WELLINGTON 1 0803 LAWERENCE A GRUNDLER CEMETERY MEMORIAL WE 1 2737 GUEHL FUNERAL HOME LOWRIE AND GARDNER STREETS PITTSBURGH 12 PENNSYLVANIA Guentcrts Bakernes Party and Weddlng Cakes 831' E Ohno Street North Sude Guys Beauty Salon 176 Lmcoln Avenue Bellevue For Appountments Call PO 1 9527 HAHNS ROADSIDE STAND BABCOCK BOULEVARD QUALITY PLANTS SHRUBS 81 SEEDS Complments Anna Hamilton HAMMS MARKET 1239 ITEN STREET FREE DELIVERY CE 1 5026 Rob rt G Harrls PO 6 7527 24 Klngsland Drlve Emsworth HARTLEY ROSE COMPANY POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT INDUSTRIAL RUBBER BELTING Wllllam J Hays Real Estate and Insurance Phone Oakmont 131 Walter Healy Funeral Home 425 Grant Avenue Mlllvale TAyIor 1 2940 Yea' 9F rs the Best' Complnments of Raymond Hell 9F HEILS BARBER SHOP 1019 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET PITTSBURGH 33 PENNSYLVANIA Compnments of W Henderson and W Selppel Famllnes HARRY H HENGELSBERG SAW SERVICE 3930 KAHN ST ALLISON PARK HENKES SUPERETTE 1625 27 EAST STREET 1 1002 1 3 BEFORE YOU FINANCE YOUR NEXT CAR CONTACT JOHN J HESS JR John R Hess General Contractor and Engnneermg Hughland Auto Servuce 515 Perry Hnghway West View Phone WE 1 0410 Raymond Hnllenbrand Insurance 3429 East Street FA 2 4843 Fnre Auto Burglary Bonds Raymond Hlllenbrand 3429 East Street FA 2 4843 Frre Auto Burglary Insurance Best Wnshes to The Class of 59 Frank Hlmelman Hummelstnn Daury 834 Grand Avenue Prttsburgh 12 Penna Hlnkel Hofmann Supply Co Materlals Dustrnbutors 600 Helnz Street Plttsburg 12 C Henkel and Bro Inc Florlsts Pittsburgh 29 Penna Hupwell Manufacturlng Co Manufacturers of Flashllght Cases COMPLIMENTS HARRY HITE HITES FRIENDLY DRUG STORE 3900 PERRYSVILLE AVENUE CEDAR I 8300 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 59 HITES SURGICAL APPLIANCES E OHIO 8. FEDERAL STS PGH 12 PA Congratulatuons to the Class of 59 from Mr and Mrs A C Hoftman W H Hof1man Mobnl S rvrce Ohio Rnver Blvd and Camp Horne PO 69881 Emsworth HOFFMANS MARKET 1308 EVERGREEN AVENUE MILLVALE PENNA George Holnger Taxldermust CE 1 5435 1508 Howard St Pxttsburgh 12 Hollywood Beauty Shoppe Marne A Sltzenkope Prop All Branche of Beauty Culture SHIRAS K HOLMES PHARMACY 1803 BRIGHTON PLACE PGH PA Holzhelmer 81 Bock Funeral Home WA 1 woo WA 15577 sharpsbufg Compluments Home Sales Real E tate HOME SALES INC LEADERS IN RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE COMPLIMENTS L W HORNFECK Household Mart HU 6 7661 1200 Wm Flynn Hwy Glenshaw Pa Televnsnon Sales and S rvlce LEADER IN RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE HOUSING SALES CORP AT 1 9530 535 5TH AVE PGH PA Hrabar Jew Icrs Etna Sharpsburg ST 1 7777 ST 2 2555 Malcolm Hub r North Srde Market FA 1 6567 Fresh and Smoked Meats Complnments ot Mass Ruth E Huber HUBERS MARKET SHARPSBURG PENNA MEATS AND GROCERIES Ray Hunt Auto Body 1440 East Ohuo Street CEdar 1 5657 HUnter 6 3549 Davld M Huston 81 Sons 126 Sherudan Square Insurance of AII Kunds Compluments of Mr and Mrs Hutchlson 1315 Stokes Way JOSEPH A HUTTER PHOTOGRAPHER PO I 3372 MY SPECIALTY IS YOUR WEDDING Bull Hynes Amoco Servnce 940 Manchester Boulevard CE 1 9223 NS Pnttsburgh Penna COMPLIMENTS OF ANTHONY IARUSSI 5238 WALTHERMAN STREET PITTSBURGH 29 PENNA Ilclsnn Pharmacy I3 Island Ave Cor Marshall Ave CE 16831 Pnttsburgh 12 Penna Joseph Ingram General Contractor WEllIngton 1 1465 Inland Products Inc Pnttsburgh Meltung Co Duvusron Tallow Renderers IRWIN DIST CO DISTRIBUTOR OF IROQUOIS PABST OLD READING ' of . . . 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A ., , PA. s CE - - - 934 , ., . . , . , , BUSINESS PATRONS B SUPPLY COMPANY WEATHERPROOF LAMPS AND UNITS 81 J Cleaners 2602 Perrysvulle Avenue Pack up and Dellvery 7169 Congratulations to The Class of 59 Mrs Anna Jacobs and Famuly Compllments Dr and Mrs George J Jacobs RICH JAHN USED CARS COMPLETE SERVICE 725 ALLEGHENY AVE 1 3333 Jankus Pharmacy We Delnver CEdar 1 5100 Jayson s Men s Stores McKnight Shopprng Center Punes Plaza Center Perry Htghway J 8- B PRINTING CO MEMORIAL CARDS SERVICE RECORDS CEdar 14400 Jennlngs 8- Martln Optlclans 5148 Jenkuns Arcade Pnttsburgh 22 Penna Jlmmys Bar 8, Grlll 430 4th Avenue Pittsburgh 19 Penna I JUNIOR G 100 CLASS FRONT ROW J Mlchels, L Kleesples, A Novalls, R Fuechslm D Brosneck R Ganster, L Splane, R Wurzcr, W Sweeney SECOND ROW A Marnnov, R Vmskl, F Spehar, Kraus, A Gorup, L G1ul1am,G Tnshky C Beran THIRD ROW R Roman, Streuber, T Greer, B Erhart, R Baxer, R Schlosser, L Domltrovxc, D Kasenlc, Keenan FOURTH ROW J Suklts, W Haupt, W Sutterlm, P Crowe, Breen, Schaefer, R Thunell, W Scherle, D Reed, R Ulewlcz FIFTH ROW J Nussbaum,J Moore, K Tevls, E Bauman, D Mc Kvltt, M McGarry P Was1lewsk1,R Guckert, E Mlelnlckl Regards Congratulations Joe 8. Karl s Cafe To the Class of 1959 Joes Garage N Karos CPunta SD Cafe 1216 East Street Beer Lrquors Fnne Food CE 10900 Pittsburgh 12 Penna 158 48th Street Pnttsburgh 1 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 59 John Karplnskl and Famtly JOES HAPPY GO LUCKY BAR 215 15th Street 813 EAST OHIO ST PGH PA Sharpsburg Penna Joes Market Carl A Karthauser Company 155 N Sprague Ave Plttsburgh 2 Pa Union Bank Bulldung Quality Meats and Grocernes Prttsburgh 22 Pcnna JOHNSONS CITY SERVICE STATION Kassalens Tavern 2609 IVORY AVENUE 520 Grant Avenue Mnllvale YOU WEAR EM WE REPAIR EM Good Luck to the Class of Jo s Market Frances Kasunlck Beer Dxstrlbutor 90412 Vlnual Street 1038 Sprung Garden AL 1 6490 Complnrnents of Kaules Pharmacy Jun: J s 5858 Baum Boulevard Joseph A Kaule Pharmacnst West Vuevv Puttsburg 29 Penna KAY DRUG COMPANY 4211 BUTLER STREET MU 2 0367 K B Garden Center 2105 Babcock Boulevard Pnttsburgh 9 Penna KAIB CONSTRUCTION CO CARPENTER MASONRY CONTRACTORS Natnonvvlde Insurance Cos 3880 MT TROY ROAD PGH 12 PA 607 W Duamond Street C Michael J Kazell Best Washes to the e Dust Class of 59 2306 Colorado Street The Kamper Famtly CE I 0583 I 581 I ' I x 1 I . . 0 X- f T N x I 5 I , I N 1 V 5 , r f . A A ll A V lj - jg I . ' . I - I - . y ' S . J. J. . 1. . . . . , . . . . . - - -- J. . ' 3435 BABCOCK BLVD., IJGHV 37, PA. 2515 Perrysville Avenue Mr. and Mrs. ,lOl'1Vt A, Kane JI . ' t ' ' O ' CE1. - I , . X ' , Pa. of .1 ., T V , . 'A ' A . AL - H l ' I U '59 l J - - I 1 , - . 4 E -2 ' ' ' ' K d - ' , - Co. BUSINESS PATRONS Keep Smrlrng From Your Dentrst WILLARD L KEIL AMBULANCE SERVICE C241 HR SERVICE FE I 1300 OXYGEN RADIO EQUIPMENT Kelly s Esso Servtcenter 3897 Brrghton Road at Kleber Ptttsburgh I2 Pa PO 6 9764 KEN TEVIS FEDERATED INVESTORS JENKINS ARCADE AT I 3993 PITTSBURGH 22 PA AL 1 8849 Complrments of Red and Dot Kenny COMPLIMENTS KIEFER MANUFACTURING CO Krrks Mens and Boys Store North Halls Vrllage Specralrsts rn Boy s Sportswear Ktrners Catnoltc Bookstore 309 Market Street Prttsburgh 22 Penna Jerry Krtmans Dept Store Mt Royal Shopprng Center Glenshaw Penna Complrments Klerm and Letterle Dependable Dry Cleaners Pack Up and Deltvery Servtce J C CJ-:tckj Klrnefelter Regnstered Electrtctan FO 4 9079 Complrrnents of the Kltngensmtth Famuly HERBERT KLUG ROOFING 81 TINNING 8141 EDWOOD RD PGH 37 PA FREE ESTIMATES FO 4 8762 W L Knab S eds Bulbs Garden Suppltes 4325 Perrysvtlle Avenue George N Knapp 3434 Gass Avenue Prttsburgh Penna Plasterrng Contractor PO 6 7188 K OF C COUNCIL 972 1636 MAIN STREET PITTSBURGH I5 PENNA COMPLIMENTS OF BELLEVUE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 41400 450 LINCOLN AVE BELLEVUE P Wrllram Knoebel Natronwrde Insurance Co Representattve Phrl Knoll Grocery 200 Ivory Avenue Go Trorans' Go' Koch and Rerneke Blawnox Pennsylvanta Casters and Floor Trucks KOCH SERVICE INCORPORATED TROY HILL ROAD AT GARDNER AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE Bull Kohlers Atlanttc Statton 1520 Sprung Garden Avenue Puttsburgh I2 Penna Dr Burton Kolb Optornetrtst Sutte 722 Emprre Burldtng 507 Lrb rty Avenue Konzter Brothers Burldtng Contractors 302 Frrday Road Prttsburgh 9 Penna THE KOPALA FAMILY 201 DORSEYVILLE ROAD PITTSBURGH 15 PENNSYLVANIA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 59 COMPLIMENTS OF RAY KOSAKOWSKI Cornplrrnents John E Kram MD Kramer Market 1100 Grand Avenue Krason s Jewelry Ask Anyone on Troy Hull About Krasons Farr Dealrng Pau R Kraus Regtstered Electrrcran HU 65253 HU 65257 For Your New Mercury or Edsel Krebs and Kung 611 Butler Street Route 8 rn Etna ST I 4828 KRENACH S FINE FURNITURE ROUTE 19 RD I WEXFORD PENNA WE 5 3600 S S KRESGE COMPANY NORTH HILLS SHOPPING CENTER COMPLETE LINE OF HOBBIES AND TOYS Kretzler Tavern Best Sandwtches and Danctng Babcock Boulevard KRISTOFF AGENCY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE ALLEGHENY I 6900 A Frtend of Jimmy Krohe Harry Krupp Furnrture Co 843 East Ohro Street Ptttsburgh I2 Penna 1 4 IN MEMORY FRANCIS E KUHN Lots of Luck T 125 From Mrs Fred LaBella LA FRANCAS BEER DIST 1408 FEDERAL STREET CE 1 2544 La France Ind Inc Upholstery and Decorattve Fabrlcs 111 Federal Street W H Lager3- H Lager Excavatnng and Landscaprng FO 4 9100 Bull LaLonde 120 Bar 120 Federal Street LANGER BROTHERS STUDEBAKER AND WILLYS JEEPS 185 PERRYSVILLE RD 15206 Laughltn Flower Shop 3728 Brrghton Road Delrvery Anywhere JOHNNY LAUGHLIN RESTAURANT 1919 WESTERN AVENUE PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA Laverty Jewelers 811 E Ohro Street Congratulattons to the Class of 59 Joseph M Lettsch Letos Grocery Store We Handle Meats and More We Handle Everythtng at Thus Store Complrments of Tom Lewts and Famrly Edwrn J Ley 715 Sussman Street Ptttsburgh 12 Penna CE 1 2075 Ltb rty Bowltng Allres 925 Ltberty Avenue Lou and Al Zappa Lrberty Towel Supply 1421 Benton Avenue Prttsburgh 12 Penna COMPLIMENTS OF ALBERT G LIDDELL ESQ Lrght Brothers 1108 5th Avenue Prttsburgh Penna LII and Al Ton: and Lorne rm . - - , ' o - OF ' ' - - ' f ' , - ' . WE 4 , ' of of - ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kleber Pittsburgh 12, Penna. "Your Friendly Credit Jewelers" . . ' I . ' ., , A. , A L. . , . , . ' ' . ' . CE - 197 J' ax ft: 3? BUSINESS PATRONS Llncoln Pharmacy ls SOPHOMORE A HIGHEST CLASS IN SOPHOMORE DIVISION FRONT ROW E Cunmngham, E Musxlll, G McGough, T Mitchell D Mush enhenm, J Bomcky SECOND ROW P Knernan, K Guter, G Sperl, F Hanley, B Brill R Zahren, G1arcl1na,j Guxnta THIRD ROW K Waters, G Bogel, K Gaertner, P Schafer, Brungo, E Balkovec, N Scanlon FOURTH ROW R Mesxano, Phllllps P McGrall, L Farmd, H McG nn,B Patterson, E Suchma S Trybus FIFTH ROW R Beckn, M Smokovnch Maier, L Hornfcck L Magasano, I-Iealy,W Roos ABSENT R DZICWII Compllments of Corn r of Luncoln and North Ave Frank V Luksuk Mullvale Funeral Dnrector LINDEN MARKET C R McCafterty CHOICE MEATS AND GROCERIES Fresh and Smoked Meat Poultry CORNER OF BRIGHTON 8. BENTON RDS 304 Center Avenue Asprnwall P Herman C Llppold GOOD LUCK Real Estat Insurance 3700 Mt Troy Road Wholesale Home Deluvery Lococos Beer Dlstrtbutnng T520 Monterey Street COMPLIMENTS OF LOIS AND TONY COMPLIMENTS LOWRIES Lovvs lnn Speclallzes rn ltallan Foods 1357 Vlckroy Street Lubun 8. Smallby Company l26 Fntth Avenue Plttsburgh, Pennsylvanua IIOO BURGESS REGIS MCCARTHY MILLVALE Wrth Best Wlshes from Wllllam McCarthy and Famlly Ml e John Jlm and Bull McConaghys Pharmacy 3807 Brlghton Road Puttsburgh We Dellver PO I B589 McDonald Funeral Home 529 Calllornua Avenue Good Luck McDonald Heatlng 8. Alr Condltlonlng 2325 East Street Puttsburgh I4 P FA 2 2lOO McDonalds Cl5cj Hamburgers Speedee Servuce Two Locations Ohlo Rrver Blvd and McKnughl Road Compliments Rnchard McGeown Paul Tom Jack Anna Luncla Frank and Anne McGraul Mclntyre 8. Neely Funeral Home HUnter 6 4546 Mclntyre Funeral Home 644 Butler Street Etna Pennsylvanua McKAlN AND SON HAT CLEANERS 636 PENN AVENUE AT I 0332 S McKee and Company Stock Bond Investments 499 Unlon Trust Balldlng Congratulations to the Class of 59 The R E McKee Famuly CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS OF '59 THE MCKINNEY FAMILY Pnttsburgh 5 . , Il I j I ' C I ' I IX, 'XX 4 . I l , ' ' A .L - I l ' xx lf 1 ' , . A , L -lf I J I ' IQ ' 3- l - ' '4 I Il '- t 't ' ts ' , ' 'rs I' I ,l I 35 SI u -E , v V 'r , 1 I I Y . Q A I a ' y -' 1,5 ' , 4 , fi f t - I r I 'N Ml I f 5 I , f , , l X X f . ' It I 1 WG XF 'S I 4 ... "K , fa "F" A ' - im' vrfx - 1,1 - l an ' Afgalgnj K K A 3 I Ik 1 i : t : . ' . ' ' . . ' , . - . . : . . , . , . e A . . A of - , h f 6- ' ' A ' ' CQ' . . I , FA -8 lk, , ' , ' 1 ' r J. A , ' I2, Pa. 1 '59 r . . C, . f OF - - - 3 - A I I I S , A , a. I' BUSINESS PATRONS G O McMurray Plumbrng 39 1 Pervysvrll Avenue Prttsburgh 14 Penna Mc U Burlders 421 Grant Avenue T 1 41 Complrments of the Madrgan Famrly Complrments Mahofskr Famrly BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1959 MAIESE FAMILY Mann Cash Meat Market Joseph Svach Proprretor 918 Marn Street Sharpsburg Mandl s Bakery 630 Calrfornra Avenue Avolon PO 6 1304 Wrth the Complrments Mr and Mrs P Manor COMPLIMENTS OF THE JOSEPH MARAK FAMILY Complrments Pete Marastnr Inc Marcra Ann Shop Rt 19 Perry Hlghway Wexford The Chrldren Shop Market Revrew Publrshrng Co 1722 East Ohto Street Prttsburgh 12 Penna Markslrne Card Shop 218 E 8th Avenue Homestead Penna Rev John Thomas Markus Good Luck Trorans Eddre Marree Texaco Servrce Good Manners Good Servrce Marshall Ave Cafe 1418 Marshall Avenue Ed and George Kudlac Marsrcos Restaurant Home Cooked Meals Sharpsburg Pennsylvania Martrn Atlantrc Servrce McKnrght and Perrymont Prttsburgh 37 Penna Complrments of LTCD Rose Martrnsek U S Navy Nurse Corps Complrments Marx Service Matous Optrcrans Prttsburgh 2 Penna Go Trorans' Go' Matts Cafe 597 Butler Street Etna Pennsylvanra MAYFIELD RESTAURANT 2829 PERRYSVILLE AVENUE PITTSBURGH 14 PENNA WILLIAM A MAYHEW INSURANCE 1700 CENTER AVE PITTSBURGH PO I 6900 Mazur Washer Servrce Washrng Machrnes Lavvnmowers 840 E Ohro Street FA 1 9774 Wrth Complrments Mr Joseph G Mechanrc Mellon Stuart Company Contractrng Engrneers 210 East Parkway Prttsburgh Complrment of Melodra Famuly 3222 Central Avenue Prttsburgh I2 Penna CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEN OF NATIVITY WHO ARE MENZEL LUMBER AND SUPPLY 2839 EAST STREET PGH 29 SASH MILLWK STAIRS ROUGH LUMBFR Vrctor Merlettr Plasterrng Contractor Hlland 1 0201 Metalcraft Ornamental Iron Steel Fabrrcatrng Weldrng Conway Pa UN 9 7442 Metropolrtan Restaurant Bar and Grrll 1701 Metropolrtan Street Metzers Chrldren Shop Complete Lane of Chrldrens ear 433 East Ohro Street Ralph J Meyer Co Roof1ng and Sheet Metal Work 2057 Chateau St Prttsburgh 33 a Machael s Troy I-Irll Department Store 1720 Lowrre Street Complrments Mrchalrszyn Famrly Mrkus Beauty Salon Prnes Plaza Shopprng Center Servrng the North Hrlls Complrments of Sylvra Mrkus 3961 Brandon Road Prttsburgh 12 Pa MrllerGyekrs Inc Roofers Tale Slate Metal Work CEdar I 1300 Mrller Lumb r and Supply C 4085 Mt Royal Boulevard Allrson Park Penna COMPLIMENTS HENRY MILLER SPRING AND MILLVALE MONUMENT WORKS 1254 EVERGREEN AVENUE PITTSBURGH 9 PENNA Mrllvale Upholstery R burlclrng and Reupholsterrng Rug and Carpet Cleanrng MFG CO MILLVALE VAULT INC CONCRETE BURIAL VAULTS GLENN AVENUE GLENSHAW PENNA Mrlrose Foods Co Wholesal Fresh Eggs Moeller s Market 4601 Perrysvrlle Ave WE 1 5004 Grocerres Meats Feed Mom s Restaurant 1100 Galveston Avenue Dr John P Monda Dentrst 9 to 9 Arr Abrasrve Technrque PO 6 7532 534 Lnncoln Avenue Bellevue Penna Monty Cafe Frne Foods and Ltquor 2226 Beaver Avenue Moore Flesher Haulrng Company Heavy Haulrng and Rrggrng Phone FA 2 3600 Congratulatrons Graduates Mr and Mrs David E Moore New Look 59 Moree TV Sales Servrce 1611 Beaver Avenue FA 1 5335 Complete Lune of R C A Whrrlpool Morellr Brothers Meat Morket 812 Marn Street Sharpsburg Pa Morgans Cleaners and Dyers 51 Meade Avenue PO 6 6400 Free Puck Up and Delrvery Moul Prrntrng Co Commercral and Job Prrntrng 1128 E Ohro Street Prttsburgh 1 Congratulatrons The Class of 59 Mr and Mrs Wrllram Moul 4 e 1 of ' ' A -I8 " , ' , - ' ' ' e o. '59 , ' ' r - of OF' ,, 29, PA. I I . . - C , Q . ' I I Pa- . I - r ' ' - ' of ' of ' I ' ' 9 of ' 'I ' IN THE CLASS OF '59 "Home Cooking" I . I I - , . , PA. ' ' ' - '59 ' H H . , , , W - ' of ' ' ' ' I l ' ' ' . ' , A 2, Pa. BUSINESS PATRONS Mt. Royal Inn Mt. Royal Boulevard Fine Foods MT, TROY B. AND L. ASS'N I970 WEST BECKERT AVENUE PITTSBURGH I2, PENNA. BEST VVISHES CLASS OF '59 MUKITS FAMILY MUNSCH'S LUNCHES INDUSTRIAL CATERERS 2300 N. CHARLES STREET FRESHMAN FRONT ROW: R. Carey, R. Donate 1' F - IOOFM CLASS lli, R. Murphy, R. Washelc, C. Rectenwald, E. Zappa, H. Schreiber. SECOND ROW: W. Schmandr, A. Aufman, L. Jones, R. Dorsch, Keay, P. Winterhalter, A. Janusiewicz, H. Dietrich. THIRD ROW: J. Olejarz, Stockham, G. Edgar, C. Weigand, Ward, A. Yavorka, K. Reemtsen, R. Heil, R. Bates. FOURTH ROW: V. Martin, W. Schnaufer, A. Good, R. Kijowski, Kotchey, T. Ross, L. Corsello, R. Jahn. FIFTH ROW: F. Dopp, W. Anthony, D. Reiland, T. Iwanowski, L. Franklin. ABSENT: R. Bartlett. National Fruit 8 Produce Co. Largest Distributors of Potatoes In Western Pennsylvania Compliments ot the Nativity Parish Guild "New Look in '59" Natural Gas 8. Heating Appliance Company 936 California Avenue Congratulations to the Class ot '59 Mr. ancl Mrs. Jolin A. Nemec Pittsburgh I2, Penna. CONGRATULATIONS Nicklaus Traiister S- Storage Co. TO THE CLASS OF '59 Wareliouseing at a Savings THE RICHARD MURPHY FAMILY 36Ilt ancl AV.R.R., Pittsburgli Murray Furniture Co. Nreclerst Brothers Sharpsburg, Penna, "Everything for the Horne" Compliments Perennials - Annuals - Mums 3630 Mt. Troy Roacl Elma C. Niecterst, R.N. ot Veterans Hospital Mr, grid Mfg J, Ntgglref Pittsburgh 40, Penna. Muruxxr SALES tc.iQ.25 PENN AVENUE Coiiaratuletioris to WHOLESALE FURNITURE, APPLIANCES The CINS Of '59 STOP FOR FREE CATALOG Thos. A, Narclina Fruits and Vegetables N.S. Market The J. A. Niederst Fam?Iy FOR A DELIGHTFUL BITE NIEDERST'S SPECIAL LUNCHEON AND EVENING DINNER G. Toth, Purura, S. Jacuk, L. Hoffman, Nied's Hotel 55tli ancl Butler Streets. Pittsburgh I, Penna. A, Noe and Son Carbonated Beverages Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania Noone-'s Pliarinarly 5OI Perry I-Iigltvvay Pittsburgli 29, Penna. Noone's Pliarrnacy West View VVE I-OIO0 Cornpllnients ot Norman Stone I, Pa. Class ot "I96O" COMPLIMENTS OF NORTH BORO'S AUTO DEALERS Nortlt Boro's Distributors, Inc. Beer ancl Soft Drinks WE I-I3O0 1157 Perry Higlwuay Sales - FA IPO675 W Service North-End TV 2527 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgli, P North Hills Auto Sales T235 Evergreen Avenue Pittsburgli, Pennsylvania BUSINESS PATRONS N Htlls Nursery 81 Gard n Center 7381 McKnught Road FO 41212 Shade Trees of All Klnds M A ALPHONSE N HILLS SA'ES CO 231 GRANT AVE MILLVALE PITTS PA PO 66918 North Hllls Soott Ccnter Scott Atwater Motor Boats 1511 Babcock Boulevard TA 1 5200 North Monument Co Fred Donatellt 8. Sons Cemetery Memoruals North Recreatuon Alleys 1325 Reedsdale Street I 9535 Open Bowlrng Every Nrght NORTH SIDE BUICK COMPANY 100 W STOCKTON AVENUE N S PITTSBURGH North Stde Constructlon 730 Perry Hughway WE 1 2977 North Sade Furntture Inc 900 East Street AL 1 3900 NS Ptttsburgh 12 Pennw North Stde Packrng Company 2200 Sprung Garden Avenue Vrctory Fxner Meat Products NORTH STAR CEMENT BLOCK 12 MCCANDLESS AVENUE Novacell s Gulf S rvlce Calrfornra and Benton Avenues Puttsburgh 12 Penna A A Novak Funeral Home 1313 Brrghton Road Congratulatrons Sensors of 1959 Nowak Famnly Compllments A O Boyle Wnlluam F OBrien Funeral Drrector 3724 Calnfornra Ave Pnttsburgh 12 Pa Congratulatuons Class of 59 Luck and Success rn the Futue Dody OHare and Famuly Ogrodnuk Funeral Home 333 Butler Street Etna 23 Pennsylvanua Olga s Grocery Guve Us a Trual Make It a Habrt Oneuda Paper Products Inc O Netll Motor Co 5247 Butler Street New Ford Cars and Used Cars Ford Parts and Service OShea Funeral Home Bellevue Larry Muller Associate OSWALD 8. HESS COMPANY FOUR OAKS NORFOLK DELICIOUS BRANDS OF MEAT PRODUCTS Oswald s Market Fresh and Smoked Meats 143 Howard Street Mlllvale Penna Otto the Barber 2005 Mt Troy Road Lrttle Fellow wtth the Bug Heart Owl Cleaner 1610 Rt B Glenshaw and 328 Butler Street Etna P and T Super Market 2327 Babcock Boulevard Puttsburgh 37 Penna PACES GOOD FOOD 1300 FEDERAL STREET 3800 FIFTH AVENUE lrvrng Palgon Meats Grocerues 341 Butler Street Etna Penna Pankopf Ford Sales Inc Ford Cars and Trucks Your Rambler Dealer Pantone Brothers Sharpsburg Pa I 0328 JOSEPH A PAPPERT SONS MODERN FUNERAL HOME 711 LOCKHART STREET 4 Paramount Bowlrng Alleys 3240 Brighton Road PO 6 1400 Paramount Glass Co CE 1 0786 170709 Laurel St Pittsburgh 33 All Types of Glass Park Handcraft Bakery Fnne Pastrnes and Weddmg Cakes Cal FE I 6338 Park House Cafe 403 East Ohio Street Ptttsburgh 12 Penna Patts Ann Dress Shoppe 434 Perry Highway West View Across from Star Market Complrments of Peerless Heatung Company Go Trogans' Go' Penn Beaver Tavern 25 Penn Greettng Card Company 508 Century Bunldrng Ptttsburgh 22 Penna PENN MEAT MARKET 808 MAIN STREET PITTSBURGH I5 PENNSYLVANIA Penn Meat Market 808 Mann Street Sharpsburg Pennsylvania Pennsylvania for America PO Box 8236 Ptttsburgh 17 Penna Pennsylvanua Otl 81 Lubrtcatlon Co 4 Krngsland Drtve Emsworth 2 Penna PENNA SAV 8. LOAN ASS N OF PGH 860 SPRING GARDEN AVENUE NS PITTSBURGH 12 PENNA COMPLIMENTS PEPSI COLA D T J Pe ka Optometrust Bellevue 2 Penna Perovsky s Smart Femrnlne Apparel Sharpsburg Etna Compluments of Perry Barber Shop Perry Beer and Soft Drunk Beverages Don Packer and Al Harnmack Perry Bowltng Alleys Meet Old and Make New Frrends Bowl tor Health and Pleasure Perry Furnlture Mart 2603 Perrysvnlle Avenue Furnnture Spectalusts Perry Sunoco Statron Tom Kozmrnskn 941 Perry Highway Perrysvtlle TV AND RADIOS REPAIRED PERRYS TV SERVICE AL 1 8657 Compliments of Perrysvulle Busrness Assn 1008 Perry Hughway Phalleps Barber Shop 2133 Perrysvrlle Avenue Prncus Brothers TA 1 1602 511 513 Grant Avenue Mrllvale Furnushungs and Shoes Pune Valley Rolla Land 9250 Htghland Road Pmsburgh 37 p 1209 Beaver Avenue North Srde Perry Hrghway and McKnught Road CO I 5539 Lou and Dude Prop Puttsburgh Pennsylvanla CE - . ' ' I ' ' I , ' - r. . . r PITTSBURGH, PENNA. ST 1-6940 Sales and Service Pittsburgh 12, Pa. "T0ny and Red" A . - , . ST - ' CE 1-2 of ' -, ' A ' . F. ' A , I . . ' . ' I - . . I . I at r ' ' - Plnes Plaza Known for Values Perry Hlghway Compllments of Plnes Plaza Barber Shop 1103 Perry Hlghway Plttsburgh Plnes Plaza Thorofare Located on Perry Hlghway The Best ln PVICCS Plnes Plaza 20 Bowllng Al eys Plnes Plaza Shopplng Center Located on Route 19 The Plnk Door Flrst Street Aspltvvall Penna Fr gldalre Appllances PIITOS Barber Shop Btrb r SCTVICC by ADDOIITTTTTCITT 5858 Baum Boulevard 2nd Floor Pltt Furnlture Co Home Furnlshlngs 2224 East Street CE I 3397 Plttsburgh Alumlnum CO Mfg of Alumlnum Storm Doors and Wlndows Phone FA 1 4322 Conlplllnents f Perry Barber Shop Tony and Red Perry Beer and Soft Drlnk Beverages Don Packer and Al Hammack Meet Old and Make New Frlcncls Bowl for Health and Pleasure PCIIY FUTITITUIL Mart 2603 Pelrysvllle Avenue Furnlture SDCCIOIISTS Pcrry Sunoco SIJTIOIT Tom KOflTTlI1SlRI 94 Perry Hlgghwty Pclrysvllle TV AND RADIOS REPAIRED PERRYS TV SERVICE AL 1 8657 Complllnents of Perrysvllle Buslnoss Ass n 1008 Pclry Hlghwty Plnlleps Btlbe. Shop 2133 Perrysvllle Avenue PIIICUS BtOTlILI T I I 2 O tnt Avcnuc Mlllv l:UI'I1ISl1llTQS Incl Shoes 1 o Li PCIIV Hlghvvzy incl McKnlght Road Plttsburgh pCI1ITS,!lVTI1It Plnes Plaza Known for Values Perry Hlghway Compllments of Plnes Plaza Barber Shop 1103 Perry Hlghwty Plttsburgh 37 Plnes Plaza Thorofare Located on Perry Hlghway The Best ln Prlces Plnes Plaza 20 Bowllng Alleys Plnes Plaza Shopplng Center Located on Route 19 The Plnk Door FIYST Street Asplnwall Penna Frlgldalre Appllances PIDOS Barber Shop Barber Servlce by AppOllTTU1CI1T 5858 Baum Boulevard 2nd Floor Pltt Furnlture Co Home Furnlshlngs 2224 East Street T 3397 Plttsburgh Alumlnum Co Mfg of AIUIYTIITUUW Storm Doors and Wlndows Phone FA 1 4322 PITTSBURGH FIBERGLASS MFG CO MAKERS OF TRANSLUCENT STRUCTURAL PANELS I I Plttsburgh Hearlng Ald Center The Best IIT Hearlng Plttsburgh 22 Penna A 1 T318 Plttsburgh Nlpple Works Inc 1455 Sprlng Garden Avenue 1 Plttsburgh I2 Penna PRODUCT FOR ALL PURPOSES CE 1 6447 PITTSBURGH SPORT SHOP SPORTING GOODS 907 PENN AVENUE PITTSBURGH 22 PITTSBURGH STATUARY LAMP CO 2208 EAST CARSON STREET PITTSBURGH 3 PENNA PLANNING CONSULTANTS 992 PERRY HIGHWAY PITTSBURGH 37 PENNA Plescos S TVICO Statlon Corner Brldge and Sycamore Streets ST 19877 Etna Pa A B Pollock Transfer 8- Storage Local and Long Dlstance Movers Packlng Storage Shlpplng JOSEPH A PONTERI PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT POPLAR 66529 PopBngers Meat Market 808 E Ohlo Street Hlckory Smoked Ham Etc Porter 8- MacDowell Co 345 Fourth Ave Plttsburgh 22 Pa AT 1 2300 BUSINESS PATRONS Sam Posekoff Co 401 402 Catenzano Bldg GRant 1 2413 Prlmantl Brothers 46 18th Street Plttsburgh 22 Best Sandwlches ln Town Prlnce Dlst Company 234 Freeport Road Blawnox Penna For S FVICC Phone EM 2 BEER PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY 900 902 EAST OHIO STREET CE 1 2600 A PRUNER HAULING BRIDGEVILLE PENNA CA T 6421 Purpura Frult Co Is Good QUICK SERVICE ELECTRIC COMPANY 300 STANWIX STREET PITTSBURGH 22 PENNA A H Racltlele M 3511234 Mutual Funds Insurance 4806 Llb rty Ave Pltt burgh Pa RADERMACHER HEATING 81 AIR COND SHEET METAL FABRICATION 1212 MADISON AVENUE FA 1 9700 X RAIBLE WHOLESALE JOBBER CANDY TOBACCO SCHOOL SUPPLIES 657 EVERGREEN AVENUE TA T 2722 Heavy COITSTYUCTIOIT and Equlpment Rental MO 1 2722 Congratulatlons and Good Luck Fellow Graduates of 1959 Bob Rathke 12D Raymond Cleaners 701 Maln Street Sharpsburg 15 Penna Rays Shoe Store Perry Hlghway Wexford Penna RECKER TRANSFER MOVING ANYTIME ANYWHERE PO 6 8218 Wllllam J Redmond Alderman 516 E Ohlo Street lttsburgh 12 Regent s Sportswear 6111 Penn Avenue East End Luck to Senlors ln 9 The Relber Famlly Relnles Bowlrng Parlor 61TVz Llncoln Avenue PO 1 6746 Bellevue 2 Penna ' , I 37 ' ' I ' . n M , I . cs A " " ' - PO - 157 ' e ., ' S , - O . . , , I f' " ' , . T - ' - I FA -lsll ' , . - Perry aawlalta Alleys PITTSBURGH sHAvlNo AND SAWDUST co. Railroad Construction Co. A I ' , ,PA. , c 'tt' . . I l - I - I s . . ' ' . ' , P' Pa. ' 1 - Q A A ao . ' 511 513 In - at ale PII e Valley R ll.l tncl ' Q H BUSINESS PATRONS Cordral Wrshes and Best of Luck Samuel C Rertter Contractor HA 18210 4346 Ludwrg Street COMPLIMENTS OF RICKS CAFE 4071 PERRY HIGHWAY PITTSBURGH 29 PENNA Rrcks Market Route 8 Glenshavv Penna Fresh Frurts and Vegetables Darly Complrments Frank Rrmolt Rrttle Rosfeld Co Realtors Go Trorans' Go' RIIIO Corn Machrnes Prnballs ShufT1e Boards JA 1 0885 for Servrce Road Rebels Car Club Sharpsburg Penna ROBINSONS ETHICAL PHARMACY 2105 PERRYSVILLE AVENUE A 1 6015 FREE DELIVERY Complrments Frrtz Roehler Roessler and Mueller Complete Insurance Servrce Roetter Electrrc Servrce T V Reparr AL I 8890 ROETTER ELECTRIC CO 1418 MARSHALL AVENUE EDDIES FA 26665 POGAL INSURANCE COMPANY GRANT BUILDING PITTSBURGH 19 PENNA ROOFINGS INC BOX 152 VALENCIA PA NAT 5 9100 ZENITII 0894 MR AND MRS J ROPOSH 137 CLARA STREET PITTSBURGH PENNA ROSA VILLA CAFE BANOUETS AND WEDDING RECEPTIONS 106108 E GENERAL ROBINSON ST Ro es Beauty Shop 1300 Monterey Street P burgh 12 a FA 20412 Rose Extermrnator Company Wrse Protectron Srnce 1860 COMPLIMENTS ROSS BUILDERS INC Rovvene Beauty Shoppe 801 Madrson Avenue Complete Beauty Servrce Royston Laboratorres lnc Oualrty Products 128 lst Street Blavvnox Penna In Memory of Rozankovrc Famrly and Srster Ann James A Rubrno Wholesale Produce PO 6 8671 Russell Rolls ancl Metal Works Angle Channel Bar Beams We Roll Anytltrng Into a Rrng Safety Slrng Company 1908 Buena Vrsta Street Prttsburgh 14 Penna St Anns Church Mrllvale Pcnnsylvanra Good Luck Trolansl OUR CONTINUED SUPPORT ST ANTHONY LYCEUM GO TROJANSI GO' St Anthoty Messenger Phone Your Subscrrptron Hclp a Boy to the Prresthood ST ANTHONYS CHURCH MILLVALE PENNA COMPLIMENTS ST ATHANASIUS LYCEUM Every Catholrc Man A Holy Name Socrety Member St Bonrface H N S COMPLIMENTS OF ST BONIFACE LYCEUM 2202 EAST STREET St Cyprrans Holy Name Socrety 204 E Stockton Avenue NS Prttslourgh Penna Complrment f St Marys Lyceum 700 Pressley Street ST SEBASTIAN CHURCH 311 SIEBERT ROAD PITTSBURGH 37 PENNA ST TERESA CHURCH PERRYSVILLE GO TROJANS' GOI Sam s Barber Shop 998 Perry Hrghway Prttsburgh 37 Penna Santrnr s Jewelry and Grfts 8013 McKnrght Road S uer I c Mcchanrcal Contractors Prttslnurgh 14 Penna Conrplrmcnts of Mr and Mrs Clyde R Swuers Go Troransl Joe Savors Cate 1 Hrggrns Street Prttslnurgh 23 Penna N rntrn VV Scanon Rcgrstered Plumber W 1 1 77 FA 2 7600 Jorn B Schtctner Brrrk and Stone Contractor Joseph Sclrachs North Srcle Floral Shoppe 800 Etst Street Prttslnurgh 12 Penna Wc S ll thc Earth And Insure Everythrng On L P Schae er CE 12025 A cha er Beer Dstrrtautor 1101 Benton Avenue PO 1 7272 Rrrhurd Schattaur All Typcs of Forrntls Rented 2015 Mt Troy Road FA 13486 Compltrrents of Scheer 8. Ray Co R SCHMIDT CO FA 2 2735 MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVES 1400 WESTERN AVE PGH 33 PENNA Congratulatrons to the Class of 59 Schnerder Famrly J Schu Plumlnrng and Heatrng PO 1 7260 Schwartz Drstrrhutors B er tncl Soft Drrnks 1512 Lovvrre Street 1 1 62 S telllrms Funeral Home 388 Centcr Avenue Prttslaurgh 29 Penna A J SCHLOSSER CHOICE MEATS NS MARKET Congrrtulatrons to the Class of 59 Schrott Famrly Good Luck C ass of 59 Jack Seaman 12 F COMPLIMENTS OF MR AND MRS SANDY SCICHILONE AND FAMILY ' ' ' a , n . I - I o L . l of , g - ' - E O 7 - I ' - ' l . I l , I H U 1 , ' - ' lr l S If r ' L E , . . , of ' I H L 708 East St., Pgh. 12 CEdar 1f620O HOLY GHOST FATHER5 lngomar, Penna. , . ' OF X Sl I llak , , . 4 e I ' . - ' -A I I s- ' FA - 2 . . . ' 5 o 'rl . M. ' im , P . ' " , . ' ' ' I lc ' OF A . . Joseph M Scrdl Famrly 2214 Wrlson Avenue Prttsburgh Pennsylvanra Shafters Atlantrc Go Wrth Atlantrc Gas 1501 Brrghton Road Shalcrcrest Food Market Tle Store on the Hrll W rere the Prrces are on the Level Sheps Dry Cleaners 1735 Lowrre Street We Grve S8.H Green Stamps Shrrleys Market Frne As ortrnent ol Lunch Meat and Grocerres 501 Chestnut Street Complrrnents Mrss Clara Shuba Srmpson Clothes Custom Tarlored 3 d Fl Buhl Bldg 204 5th Avenue Prttsburgh 22 P 1 2 Srrocct s Men s Wear 227 North Ave Mrllvale Penna Natronally Advertrsed Brmds Skalskr s Blawnox Pennsylvanra Robert Skultety General Haulrng 401 Bascom Ave Prttsburgh 14 COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES F SLEMENDA RESERVE TOWNSHIP TREASURER ROY P SMITH FUNERAL HOME 1615 BRIGHTON RD NS PITTSBURGH AIR CONDITIONED FA 10694 Snyd r CYour Ready Cash ManD Loans Money When You Need It 394 Butler Street Prttsburgh 23 Complrments of J W Snyder Sons Plumbers Solack s Restaurant Best Place to Eat 1600 Beaver Avenue Complrments of Sons of Lrthuanra Socrety SPAGNOLOS SUPER MARKET DON AND JIM CLASS OF 46 AND 49 Speed Shop Hoftman Road See Chuck and Bob Congratulatrons to the Class of 59 The Spehar Famrly COMPLIMENTS OF THE SPEHAR FAMILY Sp rand os Sunoco Servrce Federal and Parkhurst Streets NS Prttsburgh 12 Penna WALTER J SPERLING FUNERAL DIRECTOR 622 LOCKHART ST PITTSBURGH Spcrand os Sunoco Servrce Federal and Parkhurst Streets Prttsburgh Penna Sproul s Grocery Complete Lrne of Grocerres Blawnox Penna Sprrng Garden Brrck Co 3500 Sprrng Garden Avenue NS Prttsburgh CE 13 34 Stadlers Inn Allrson Park The Farnrly Tavern Good Food and Drunk Standard Sportswear Styled Apparel At Popular Prrces Joseph Stancks Market Grocerres Meats Darry Products 617 Foret Bellevue PO 1 9800 Insured Savrngs Stanton Federal S 81 L Assn 5200 Butler St Prttsburgh Penna State Farm Ins o Edw M See Jr Agent 3 Mrclclle Road Glenshaw Penna Steel Crty Drstrrbutrng Company Camp Horne Rd at Ohro Rrver Blvd All Legal Beverages Steele s Shoes McKnrght Shopprng Center FOrest 4 3406 Stern Transfer Movrng Servrce MU 2 0193 PAUL STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME SUCCESSOR TO E LOVRENCIC 860 LOCKHART ST C 1 1 B5 Complrments of Sterlrng Cleaners 1 Sterlrng Florrst S 1 6 72 Sharpsburg Pa Res Syc 3 6352 Flowers for All Occasrons We Delrver Strmple 8. Ward CO 3400 Babcock Boulevard Prttsburgh 9 Penna COMPLIMENTS STIMPLE 81 WARD BUSINESS PATRONS Stoftan Motors Inc Chrysler Imperral Plymouth Dormont Pa LO 3 5300 StoFIan Motors Inc Chrysler Irnperral Plymouth Dormont Pa LO 3 5300 Stofffans Pharmacy 8925 Perrysvrlle Avenue Prttsburgh 14 Penna Complrments Joseph E Storch Complrments Stotler Pharmacy 3301 Brrghton Road Stroups Darry Store 991 Perry Hrghway Perrysvrlle Complrrnents Ralph Stroyne Famrly Roofing Srdrng Storm Wrndows Wm A Stroyne Poplar 1 0278 2300 Sprung Garden Avenue Open 7 Days a Week STYLE BEAUTY SHOPPE 3650 CALIFORNIA AVENUE PITTSBURGH 12 PA PO 6 3659 Complrments of Mr and Mrs J M Styborskr SUBURBAN CASH AND CARRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY COMPANY 275 OHIO RIVER BOULEVARD Complrments of Sugar n Sprce 6200 Church Avenue Sullrvan Mens Shop For the Frnest rn Men s Clothrrrg 557 Lrncoln Avenue Bellevue Sunny Jrm s Restaurant Camp Horne Road Emsworth House of Chrcken and Steak SUPERIOR CARPET CO 120 MILLBRIDGE HE 13200 QUALITY SERVICE AND WORK Surman Realty 8. Insurance So Real Estate Insurance Mortgages 842 E Ohro Street Swattys 613 East Ohro Street Prttsburgh 12 Penna Complrments James A Sweeney r ' - I A 4 ' . ., , PA. ' ' F n , I M of of " , ' . . ' - 2 A ' 'X . of f . ., , ' ' , IJ. AT - 144 ' ,I , Struhar's ., ' , Pa. ' -, 4 , - ' ' P . c . A 11 1 ' , , . ' ' , ' , Pa. ' ' ' . E - 2 , ' ' WE -1112 I . , T F I . - or Of BUSINESS PATRONS Compltments of The Tacluch Famlly John Tambelltnt 4th Avenue Puttsburgh Penna Taormunas Grocery Quallty Luncheon Meats AL 1 7898 1204 Federal Street Tarasl s Men s Wear 710 Mann Street Sharpsburg 15 Penna For Goodness Sake Eat a Tasty Munute Steak 503 Chestnut Street Taylor Realty Company Real Estate Bonds Insurance 603 Mt Royal Blvd Pgh 23 Pa Terrys Cafe 1412 Beaver Avenue Manchester Pnttsburgh 33 Penna Compllments of the Thomas Famnly Marne Albert J Al and Bully Compluments of Albert J Thomas 12 H Class of 59 THOMAS CAFE 925 MADISON AVENUE ROMAN THOMAS PROP J A Thompson Trucknng Co 221 8th Street Blawnox Pnttsburgh 38 Penna Tlvos Home Made German Kttchen Candy 833 E Ohno Street Pittsburgh COMPLIMENTS OF THE FRANCIS TOKAR FAMILY Frank Tomalno Landscaper WA 1 5515 Vern Spohn Toohey Motor Company Homestead HO 2 0600 J Toomey Upholstenng 3011 Preble Avenue Puttsburgh 33 Penna PO 6 7720 Compliments Tortola Famlly TOWN AND COUNTRY DRY CLEANERS ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 469 LINCOLN AVE BELLEVUE PA Townsend Brothers Fresh and Smoked Meats Qualxty Meats at Low Cost Tresky Atlantic 2000 East Street NS Plttsburgh Penna Truangle Heatung Co Inc 352412 Butler Street MUseum 1 6735 Tnangle Weldzng Company Hellarc Welding Alumunum and Magnesuum Trto Donut Shops 363 Butler Street Etna 23 Penna TRI STATE SANITATION CO COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PEST CONTROL SERVICE Cycle and Mower Shop Truumph Motor Cycles 582 Butler Street Etna Penna Congratulations from Walt Troha Compltments of Trogan Yearbook Busuness Staff TROY HILL I-EDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS N A SAFE PLACE TO SAVE Troy Pharmacy 1800 Lowrue Street TROY SAVING AND LOAN ASS N 1729 LOWRIE STREET CEDAR 1 3344 ARTHUR TUCKE GOLF PROFESSIONAL HIGHLAND COUNTRY CLUB GEORGE B JOOS TBDA TURTLE CREEK VALLEY MOTOR EXPRESS 113 NELSON RUN RD PGH 14 A Twlllght Rhy tm Orchestra Mustc for All Occaslons 1 5418 FO 4 3 United T V 911 Chartlers Avenue Congratulations VALLEY VIEW OBSERVATORY STAR PARTIES BY APPOINTMENT W 1 5418 EVENINGS ONLY Vartety Bowlnng Alleys 1717 Beaver Avenue Call Cedar 1 9989 Frank Vecenue Wholesale Beer Dust 140 North Avenue Mtllvale Penna Vuctors Pharmacy 1115 Federal Street Prttsburgh Penna Vrnsku Brothers Etnas Home Appltance Dealers 301 Butler Street Etna Vuruchs Hotel 139 Howard Street Mlllvale Pa Home Cooked Meals Wane 8- lquor Complnments J H Vodde Vogel s Bakery 1015 Perry Htghway Puttsburgh 37 Penna Best ot Luck to the Class of 59 Frank Vogel Albert H Vogrun Pharmacy Brnghton Road at Davls Avenue POplar 1 5362 W and J Lumber and Supply Wexford P WE 5 1565 Backyard Swnmmlng Pools Clara Wacker Dry Goods and Nottons Merchandise Club Wagners Meat Market Fresh and Smoked Meats Glenshaw Penna WALDMAN REAL ESTATE AGENCY MT ROYAL SHOPPING CENTER Walker Curley Lumber Co 106 Brldge Street Pnttsburgh 15 Penna WALTER BROS TRUCKING ELM STREET CHAMBERSBURG PENNA Walter Electrlc Co 2629 Maddle Road Glenshaw Phone HU 6 6888 Herbert F Walter Lockhart Street and Madison Avenue Ptttsburgh Penna Walters Market 814 East Ohuo Street Pittsburgh Penna LOTS OF LUCK TO MATT SHUTZ SOBY WEBS ZOMBIE CI-IARLI FROM JOE WALTON 2C Water Heater Sales 8. Servuce V10 Make lt Hot for You Cal Us atCE 16 68 Watson Equnpment Inc O Box 11006 Pittsburgh 37 Pa Bolens Rudung Tractors Watson Pharmacy 400 Chestnut Street FAIrfax 1 0336 . , - , ' L' ' ' ' of ' , - , a. A I Pittsburgh 12, Penna. GLENSHAW, PA, ST 1-8837 . ' , I 12 I . ., . , P . V CE - - - 556 ' , . I ' ' . , , , E 93 . E - - 1 of - - - A 1 - I - 9 ., , . ' . P. . , ' - , . WM A WEBER TILE CONTRACTOR WE 1 0575 3943 EVERGREEN ROAD Wergand s Lounge Frnest of Sea Foods Cor James and Foreland Sts NS Wet and Darry Przza 1127 Chateau Street Oct Longs Mrlk Shakes Sundaes D H Wermer Homes Burlt to Surt You TAylor 1 5870 Wers Carpet Servrce 2115 Perrysvrlle Avenue FA 1 9556 Jrm Werss Hungry For rx Good Luck Senrors From Class of 11 C Mr John Wennogle The Best of Luck to the Class of 59 Complrments of Mr and Mrs Wrllram G Werner Werners Tavern 2017 Beaver Avenue Prttsburgh 33 Penna West Etna Tavern 19 Grant Avenue Etna Penna Complrments f M L Schaffer West Penn Supply Company COMPLIMENTS OF WEST VIEW PARK THE SPOT TO GO West Vrew Savrngs Savrngs Center of North Hrlls 456 Perrysvrlle Road Pgh P West Vrew Tavern and Club Assocratron lmperata s West Vrevv Park Co Tavern and Club Assocratron Hrghland Bar Swartzs Tavern West Vrew Tavern 81 Club Assocratron Herntz Cafe VFW 2754 tc Wetzel Constructron Company 3425 Babcock Blvd Prttsburgh 37 Penna Wexford Beer Dr trrbutrng C Perry Hrghvvay Wexford Penna Wexford TV and Radro Reparr Perry Hrghway Wexford Pa Servrce All Makes 81 Models WHEELERS PAINT STORE 115 WEST OHIO STREET NORTH SIDE SELLING PAINT SINCE 1860 LAWRENCE WHERTHEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR 215 W OHIO ST FA 22806 Whrte Front Meat Market Dressed Fresh 8g Smoked Meats 720 East Ohro St CE 1 5234 Rob rt W tman Company Inc Advertlsrng Benedum Trees Burldrng Wrnston Mens Shops 425 E Oh o St Where to go for brands oc W Whrtey s Place Grocery Confectronery 600 Evergreen Ave H J Wrethorn Prescrrptron Druggrst Cor Beaver and Columbus Aves T Buy or S ll Real Es e See A Wr 47 Grant Ave tna 402 Wrta s Market Meats Produce Groce res Free Delrvery Phone Oak 1939 BEST WISHES MR AND MRS A C WOHLEBER Wolf Bros Darry 150 Wrble Run Road F 12 4 Youll never outgrovv your need for mrlk WONDAY FILM SERVICE EXPERT PHOTOFINISHING SEE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DRUGGIST Tools from Mars Ctrsels Moll Pornts Steels Robert T Woodrngs Inc Mars Penna Woods Colffe Company Wholesale Coffees and Teas Hotels and Restaurants Woods Grrlle Wood Street Good Food and Lrquors World Book Encyclopedra Jo rn I Ko tecl-XI Representatrve Hunter 6 6676 Workrng Mer s S 81 L Ass Home Frnancrng CE 1 7297 Olrver M Wnght Auctroneer RD 3 Wexford P WE 5 1977 S good t auctron get hrgh S Wukrts Market 49 Grant Ave Nlllvale Pgh 9 Penna BUSINESS PATRONS Wukrt Tavern 147 Grant Ave Prtt burgh 9 Penna vvurta rly Weston Agency Inc 440 Perry Hrghvvay West Vrew Pgh P Yale and Towne Mfg Co 584.1 Centre Ave Emerson 1 2500 Yetters Bakery 162 Brownsvrlle Road 1 3 I S Al Yetters Darry Store 1149 Evergreen Ave Prttsburgh Penna Elmer Yetters Darry 504 Grant Ave Mrllvale We make our own Ice Crearn 8. Candy Yonks Cafe 412 Calrfornra Ave PO 6 9754 Avalon Pa RALPH YUNKER LANDSLAPER DRYWALLS AERATING LAWNS COMPLETE LAWNS CEMENT WORK DRIVEWAYS TA 1 2017 F nk J k Flonst 540 E Ohro Street 12 Pen FA 15800 Thomas Zang 3220 Mt Troy Road Prttsburgh 12 Pennsylvanra Mr and Mrs Wm Zang 3220 Mt Troy Road Prttsburgh 12 Pennsylvanrw d Mrs A J Zan Butler St 2 a Phone ST 1 1300 COMPLIMENTS J Z Zelkovrc Pharmacy 924 East Street C 10 5 Zregs Market West Vrevv Grocerres Frozen Foods Gongrttulatrons to the Grtduwtrng iss of From the Zrefel Fwmrly Walter Zregler Good Cleanrng EDWARD A ZILIAN PHARMACIST 3898 BRIGHTON RD PGH 12 PENNA PO 1 2604 EDWARD A ZILIAN PHARMACIST 3898 BRIGHTON PD PGH 12 PENNA PO 1 2604 , . - 'N ' 3 ' ' e - ' I, . . ., .. . . - ' , ,, a. Al s I - " ' , , - F ,, I ,, ,- . . . ' e il , . ' - - ' ' HE - 120 P'tt, 10, Pa. I 'F . i . . - " - - y r kno " ' , . . . X - ' C -V ' S' N I . o e tat f- A , , ' - ' . 'll , , . . A A . ., E St. 1-0 , . - ' ' ' H ra . Za A ' A , . 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K N . 0 CLASS ACHIEVEMENT AND PARTICIPATION NINE A Brother Victor Broun S M and his class of 9A have carried on the tradltxon of previous Freshman Classes They very adequately and successfully showed their boundless energy in all the school activities 9A had sixteen representatives in the Science Club five in the Chess Club six in the band three in Speech and Debate two in the Radio Club eight in the Sodallty and one each in the St ohn Vlanney Club Knights of the Altar Projection Club and V Football NINE B With the help of Bio Herbert Verbesey S M 9B proved itself a worthy member of the Halls of Troy By participating in school drives and activities they lndlcated that they were really in the mxddle of things In the Booster Drive 9B placed third in the school wxth 400 Furthermore in the Propa gation of the Faith Drive they amassed a perfect 100 The class was represented in many actlvities D Ross and H Blanket had the distinction of being in four and five activities respectively NINE C The 1958 59 class of 9C will be remembered by Bro Paul Dwyer S M this class attained over 200 f in the Booster Drive They placed first in the school in the Pittsburgh Catholic Drive In the Drive for the Propagation of the Faith the class achieved 100 f P Walter and Geiselhart were in the band D Hertweck and R Mangone were on the unior Varsity NINE D The class of 9D had good representation m the various activities in the school Under the direction of Bro Lee Sclarrotta S M they expended much effort in all of the drives In the Booster Drive they attained a mark of better than 200 and did tremely well in helping the Pittsburgh Cathollc and Unxted Fund This freshman class showed excel lent Trojan Spirit in the first year at North NINE E The forty two students of 9E were under the supervision of Mr William Bryan 9E reached 300 in the Booster Drive an 100 X in the Propagation of the Faith Drive The class ofhcers were P Palangi President oseph Tylenda Vice President Larry Szykowny Secretary and Tom Flaherty Treasurer The Class was represented in the Sodality Science Club Radio Club and Chess Club Six members were on the J V Football Team The Class boasted of a fine Intramural Basketball Team NINE F This year the class of 9F under the .guidance of Mr Robert Sturm amazed the entire student body with their tremendous enthusiasm in the varxous school drives They set a new school record with a smashing 704' ln the Booster Drive Along with this they were the first class to reach 1007 this year ln the Propagation of the Faith Drive They also placed second in the Trojan Yearbook Drive NINE G M1 Walter Lease took over the reins of 9G and led the class to great he ghts in all of the school drives Placing very close to the top ln these drives the class proved that lf was high in school spirit The class also placed hve members on the V Football squad T ones K Karasmskx Christe R Lewls and Frole NINE H The class of 9H under the untlrlng direction of Mr Albert Schon went all out in an effort to aid the school m the drives this year In fact the class achieved 1007 in both the Pittsburgh Catholic Crusade and the Propagation of the Faith Drive This energetic group was high ln school Splflt They Trojans TEN A 10A led by Bro Frank Modica S M had representatives in almost every activity in the school Members of 10A served on the football team in the Classical Honor Society the Sodalxty the Science Club the Trojan News the Speech and Debate Club St ohn Vlanney Club the Library Club the Mis sion Honor Socxety the Musart Society the Projection Club the History Honor Society the Band the Chess Club and the Basketball Team TEN B 10B was a class of loyal and faithful Trojans Members of 10B on the football team were T Kasy E Ricketts and D Steigerwald Representing 10B on the basketball court was L Hamm Members of 10B were also in all of the major activitles ln the school Much credit for thls xnterest must be given to Bro Bernard Zalewski S M whose guidance and earnest enthus1asm made the great spnrxt of 10B a reality TEN C 10C with Bro Donald McCoy SM directing drd very well xn the Pittsburgh Catholic and Booster Drives mostly because of their Splrit Committee . I , I q . . , 3 . . I y 1 - n n '. ff. I 1 O 0 3 y If 1 7 . Z . , . g , . 0 9 , ' ' 3 ' , - . 5 , . ' J . l , 3 . I Y V . i I . n . , D I, . . , . . y . . . . 3 1 .I 1 - I .1 D 2 ' i 9 ' . , ' . J- - iff' - 1 ' . . . , l - ' . ' I , o a . , , . ij . . . I , . . . I as one of the most active classes in the school. Directed took great pride in referring to themselves as "Average . , . ., . ' . H, ,Q . . . i 1 - I H 1 - -1 fr D . . . . . , . . , ' ' ' -I 1 1 I 9 7 , ' .I 1 1 ' . . 1 1 . . . . . . . 7 7 7 . . , ' . , . ., . , . ex- . . ' , , a n I s o , I I, , 3 , . . . ' 1 J 1 ' 1 , I 9 ' , . , . , ' , ' , ' ', l , - ' . u A n v n ' 7 The Committee was responslble for composing the famous IOC Cheer This Sophomore class had students partxctpatlng ln basketball and lf boasted of an undefeated basketball team It gave a member to the Varslty Football Team TEN D 10D with tts homeroom leader Mr Wtllxam Baker at its helm was a successful and varied class Plavan gave his all to the football team The band members L Blfartl D Blume L Woods Munsch and W Shomaker Laughlin M Cammerata K Harrls and W Flynn were members of the Sodalxty In the Booster Drlve 10D boasted a percentage of over 200 Outstanding ln studxes were Fuller Schmxtt L Schtndel T Waters and E Fertng TEN E The Class of IOE under the able leadership of Bro ames Culllna SM had the necessary e thusxasm to meet the requlred average for all the school drtves They were represented on the football field by-I Wyzkoskl J Davns Walsh andG Ente Schuster Wyzkoskl and Cleary were the class hoopsters Wyzkoskx and Cleary were also on the baseball team The class achxeved an excellent record m basketball TEN F Mr Robert Mead s homeroom IOF was a very athletlc mlnded class Its intramural basketball team showed good spxrnt Thenr spxrnt of togetherness led them on to many vlctorxes In the Booster Drive the Class achieved a goal of well over 100 o It placed fourth ln the Plttsburgh Cathollc Drlve They showed a lxkely lnclxnatton of gomg all out tn all drnves and events of this year TEN G Under Bro oseph Hanrahan S M IOG the smallest of the homerooms stood as a stalwart among classes ln the Sophomore Dlvxslon Loflnk repre sented the athletxc abxllty of the class as a member of the Varsity Football Team The class was represented ln the Trojan Band by Bterer R Froellch and R Grech Strikes on the bowling alley were rolled by P Ferraro Faub and E Loeddtng the class keglers TEN H Under thc guidance of Mr Zahren IOH at tamed an outstandmg record 1n all actlvltles The football plajers were R Rengers R Gilman and C Younger Parks C Altmyer Vacek and D Rombach wclc on the bowlxng team The class ranked lugh 1n mtramural sports Members of the Art Club were R Brunner R Berger and New Honor Students xvereW Seflck J Scherle M Russo L Seethaler Knoebel H Schmidt and D Rom Inch The class regxstered 200 Qc tn the Booster Drwe ELEVEN A IIA with its homeroom teacher Bro Edward Carey S M achxeved the 100 goal ln the Booster Drive Many members of the class were nn the Scxence Math and Mission Honor Socxetles F Hughes Krohe R Yeske L Moul and Sweeney represented 11A on the grldlron G Patuck founded Norths first Chess Club The Sodalxsts were Fredertck T Stem and R Lacher The Trojan News had on tts staff K Schmltt R Tedesco Frederick R Rhychert Kahr Straka G Sterzxnger and T Stem ELEVEN B 11B nnspmred by Bro Charles Gauslmg S M and directed by the class officers T Andrews Prest dent W Flscher Vlce Presxdent B Martin Secre tary andB Berger Treasurer exhibited anoteworthy splrxt xn every drive this year Class partxclpatnon xn acttvmes was outstandmg The class had many honor students It contributed members to many organizations and clubs B Berger and Costa helped staff the football team ELEVEN C 11C under the guxdmg hand of nts homeroom teacher Bro Robert Lmdemann SM had the dns tmctnon of gwmg members to almost every club and erome B Heldlsh and D Beck were on the Trojan News C Rogel R Brxnjak E Ley and D Ragan were members of the band ELEVEN D 11D Mr Garvey s class ranked high ln all the school drives this year The class attained flrst place ln the Umted Fund Drlve tn the unlor Dxvlsxon W Malse C Kudlac and P Relber represented unnor D on the varsity football team Knuth was one of the managers 11 D gave three of its students to the band They were A Costa F Strater and R Gardner ELEVEN E IIE headed by both Mr Wllltam Scherer and Mr Donald Graham had representatxves m basket ball lntramurals the Sodallty the band and many other actxvltles ames Sxms and ohn Cegalxs were members of the Trojan Fxve The baseball team received the asslstance of J Sims and E Drlscoll The Trojan Eleven received the servlces of H Mazzel Four of tts members T Deglmann E Driscoll H Drwal and D Mravlntz were Sodalxsts ELEVEN F umor F under the guidance of Mr Al0ySlLlS Lesnlak strove to great heights tn the various school acttvmes They achieved the dxstmctxon of bemg the only unnor Class to attam 100 X ln the Propagatlon tc' n - - . 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D J . . ,f . . of the Earth Drive Added to thls R Neurohr and P Abbott were standouts tn the band L Kessler was an intramural bowler Standish dlsplayed lns talents on the grldlron ELEVEN G IIG under the leadershlp of Mr Stephen Zaremba excelled ln all thexr undertakmgs As a whole they bettered their quota ln the Booster Drlve and fanred well ln all other endeavors The Busmess Honor Society received the servlces of D Kasenlc R Roman Mlchaels and M McGarry Adding thexr talents to the Trojan Eleven were D McKev1tt and P Crowe Cn hand to add a touch of humor to the class were L Splane and J Keenan TWELVE A Under the guidance of Bro Leo Murray S M Senior A rose to new heights ln both scholastlc and extracurricular actnvrtnes They reached or bettered their quota ln the varlous duves They also produced more leaders than any other class ln the school Witness to thls fact were T Cnng Student Councll Presldent R Halleran Dnocesan Presldent of the Musart Society C Kamper Sclence Honor Vlce Presldent M Conroy Vice President ofMathemat1cs Honor and Hollis Trojan News Editor TWELVE 12B with the help of Bro Charles Landm S M excelled ln all xts endeavors Cn the varslty bowlmg team were S anaszek R Faub Kasun and R Kowalski Leadxng the intramural basketball team to the dlvxsxonal champxonshlp were D Brunner R McKee and W Alberth The Trojan News was staffed by W C1e1er Business Manager M Balfe C Bellanca W Genet W Hollem and Kundrat displayed thenr Thesplan talents ln the Dramatlc Club TWELVE C Every wmmng team must have a leader The class of 12C wlth Bro Donald Dahlman SM at the helm had many successes This was best pointed out in the Student Council where the class placed four members M Szykowny Vice President S Pino P Topping and D Liddell In football they were represented by M Szykowny S Pmo C Walker Malse and C Newland The efforts of P O Boyle L Scherer and R Walton among others have con tributed to making 12C the leading class of the Senxor Dlvlslon TWELVE D 12D under the leadership of Bro ohn Feld meter S M started the year m grand style by wmnmg the Booster Drlve ln the Semor Dnvlsnon with a total of 2181 The classywas among the Hrst to achxeve 100 ln the Propagatlon of the Faith Drlve The class exhlblted great 1mt1at1ve ln starting the practlce of daily representatlves at Holy Mass 12D produced sxx football players one bas ketball player the Edltor ln Chlef of the Trojan News Hve Classical Honor Soclety students and many other partxcxpants ln the varlous act1v1t1es TWELVE E Led by Bro Norbert Klemhenz S M Senlor E proved to be an academlc as well as soc1al mmded class Seemg that the technxcal aspects of the Dra matlcs Club were run properly were Marastl and F LaBella co managers of the stage crew Marastl also represented the class on the Soclal Commxttee Lendlng thelr talents to the band were C1 Kruth A Froeltch and Hollhan The class athletes were G Makar a stalwart of the Trojan eleven V Jakslc was a welcome addltxon to the varsity bowlmg team TWELVE F IZF under the able guldance of Mr Hmel was well represented m the varlous school functlons They placed four members ln the Busmess Honor Society They wereL Solmsky W Spehar D Stlver blatt and H Wxlhams the Dxocesan Vlce President ofthe Organization The New Look Cheerleaders were blessed wxth the presence of such enthusiasts as Hlte P Osborn A Hungerman and-I Seaman The class as a whole was a fine example of Trojan Splrlt They attamed 100W ln the Propagatlon of the Faith the North Central Booster and Trojan Ad Drives TWELVE G IZG under the guldlng hand of Bro Bernard Backus S M boasted a line record of thelr achieve ments They fared well ln all the drlves They reached thelr peak In the Booster Drxve by attammg 115 , Dxsplaymg thenr talents nn the band were G Smlth P Platek S Socha and B Zwolskl the President of the Orgamzatlon Outstandlng athletes of the class were R Novotny V Schafer and S Seebacher All were members of the Trojan Eleven S Sclchllone T Hudak A Nloore and T Kane were the varstty bowlers TWELVE H L d by their capable homeroom teacher Bro Charles Wolan S NI 17H exhlblted great enthusiasm ln the various school drnves They reached their pinnacle ln the Booster Drlve by attammg 200f In the field of athletlcs they were led by P Botz who contrlbuted has talents to the Varsnty Keglers A ones was a bulwark on the grldlron The creative ablhty of the class was demonstrated ln the fine football rally whxch they so ably staged 4 - . 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