North East High School - Aquilo Yearbook (North East, PA)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1945 volume:
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NORTH EAST HIGH SCHOOL
NORTH EAST PENNSYLVANIA
Norlh Easl l-ligh School here-'S To you
Besf in The land.
'Neafh The old Gold and Maroon
We will proudly Take our slandz
ln classrooms. sludies, fields or Jrrack
Wifh you, dear, as our guide,
No ofher ever shall we lack
VVe'll win your pride.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
CONTENTS . . .
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AlThough we are sTill aT war. we oTTer you The
1945 Aquilo as a peaceTime version. Looking ahead
To The America of Tomorrow, a peaceful America.
we vvanT To be able To leave ouT war and The parT
iT has played in our lives: we vvanT To recall our
happy days here in high school. Please do noT
Think we are shirking our duTies or Tailing To realize
The imporTance of This war. We wanT To remem-
ber our lriendships, our TooTball and baskeTbali
games, The school dances, our club parTies, and
The Junior Prom. Because There are so many un-
TorgeTTable evenTs ThaT we cannoT include Them
all. we have Tried To bring ouT The mosT imporTan1
Thus. we presenT our Aguilo, hoping ThaT you will
enjoy reading iT as much as we have enjoyed pub-
lishing iT. '
We wish To Thank sincerely Mr. Davis Tor financial
advice, lvliss Parker Tor her invaluable assisTance.
Miss l-larrison and her Typing class Tor Their help.
and everyone else who conTribuTed in any way To
The publishing of This Aquilo of I945.
Because we appreciale his friendliness
loyally and pafience, his guiding hand ex-
Tended To us all, we, The class of l945
dedicale This Aquila To our coach, Ken
Presiclem' of Board
Board of Education
Presidenl ..... .... T lweodore Sprague
Vice Presidem' ................ Virgil A. Black
Secrefary ........ Rose S. Cole lnon-memberl
Treasurer --- Jolfiri lvl. McCord
Donald G. Norris, Dr. l-l. E. Adams, Theo-
dore C. l-lill. Paul l-lomer. G. B. Mackay,
Elizabelh Sceiford. Floyd Orfon.
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The presenT war is nearing a successful conclusion.
We are naTurally concerned wiTh The peace which
will Tollow. This will noT be The Type of peace
which has Tollowed our former wars. The naTions
oT The world and Their individual ciTizens musT work
To guaranTee The peace. Many of your age will be
required To assisT in This plan Tor liTTle compensa-
Tion oTher Than The saTisTacTion of having helped To
preserve world order. Such service should make
your generaTion more conscious of our privileges
and The needs of oThers. Your parT in such en-
deavors should reTlecT crediT on your communiTy.
EARLE C. DAVIS
B. S. New York Univers-
M. Ed. University of
Supervising Principal . . .
genial . . . gardener . . .
peonies . . . the shadow of
doom . . .neat . . . our
FRANCES A. PARKER
A. B. Oberlin College
M. Ed. University of
English IV . . . Aquilo ad-
visor . . . pleasant voice
. . . American History . . .
hot fudge sundaes . . .
A. B. University of Pitts-
Latin and Mathematics . .
. . . Assistant Principal . . .
looks out for the Seniors
. . . "please remember your
excuses" . . . keeps order
in upper hall.
B. S. lndiana, Pa., State
Commercial subjects . . .
supervises typing Aquilo
"copy" . . . in the office
. . . efficient . . . always
A. B. Allegheny College
Enjoys operas . . . French
and Mathematics . . drives
a shiny, black Chevy . . .
. . . snowbound . . . dig-
B. S. Allegheny College
Science . . . "Mac" . . . gets
surprising results from ex-
periments . . . friendly at
the gate during games . . .
B. S. Slippery Rock, Pa.,
State Teachers College
Physical Education . . .
gym exhibition . . . Civics
. . . helps the injured
. . . cheerful . . . clears
the halls . . . K. P .... has
a word for all.
NO RA E, SHERIDAN
A. B. Pennsylvania State
English . those alumni
games . . . demands strict
attention . . . likes gram-
mar . . . rigid Study Halls
. . . believes in fairness.
ROY A. FORDYCE
E. S. Pennsylvania State
Agriculture . . . faces
trouble courageously . . .
F. F. A .... street signs
. . . "Pop" . . . bees.
B. S. Pennsylvania State
Art in the grades . . .
High School Art and Me-
chanical Drawing . . . Var-
iety Show . . . Art Club
. . . friendly.
B. S. Mansneld, Pa., State
State Teachers College
Home Economics . . . Civ-
ics . . . smiling . . . pa-
tience should be her mid-
dle name . . . lower hall
duty . . . nurse . . . person-
A. B. Villa Marie Col-
Spanish, Latin, English . .
Girl Reserves . . . pep . .
busy . . . good humored . .
Girl Reserve play.
B. S. Mansfield, Pa., State
Band . . . Orchestra . . .
English I . . . excellent pi-
anist . . . helpful . . . red-
gold hair . . . enjoys a
KATHRYN E. MYERS
B. S. Ed. Indiana, Pa.,
State Teachers College
Commercial . . . enjoys
Shorthand parties . . . Mr.
Davis' new "stenog" . . .
likes to eat . . . sense of
B. S. Slippery Rock, Pa.,
State Teachers College
Biology . . . Civics . . . un-
limited capacity for ice
cream . . . gentle pats on
the back . . . runs the pic-
ture machine . . . conta-
WARREN L. MORGAN
B. S. Education Ohio
Social Studies . . . debate
coach . . . enjoys a good
joke . . . P. O. D. parties
. . . snappy clothes . . .
This page is dedicafed To The memory of Jean
Schriefer, Helen Lyons, James Orfoh, Roberf
Sprague, feur members of This graduafing class:
and To The memory of Consfanf DuFosse, a mem-
ber of The Class of 1947. I-le died March 23, I945.
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JAMES AKIN JOSEPHINE ARRIGO
Hi-Y Q31 Q41 Chorus Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 '
Football Q31 Q41
Football Mgr. Q11 Q21
Basketball Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41
Athletic Council Q21
Spanish Club Q31
"Lefty" . . . struttin' . . .
Vine Street in the moon-
light . . . "sick" three times
a week . . . flash in Basket-
ball . . . Beaver and Junior
. . . all star back
Girl Reserves Q11 Q21 Q41
French Club Q31 Q41'
Spanish Club Q41
Intramural Sports Q31 Q41
Interested in being a cadet
nurse . . . 'LI mean, ah-" . . .
pretty eyes . . . good student
. . . likes to read . . . quiet
Girl Reserves Q11 Q21
Art Club Q21 Q31
Spanish Club Q31
"Jo" neat dresser . . . one of
those Four Rhythmettes . . .
cute Hgure . . . attractive
hair . . . Murphy's sweetness
. . L "Oh, gee!"
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Girl Reserves Q11 Q21 Q41
Intramural Sports Q21 Q31
"Rosie" . . . Richard, the
soldier . . . one of the State-
line gang . . . works at the
A 8: P . . . expects to go in-
to the service as a WAC.
Spanish Club Q31
Gruff voice . . . noon league
star . . . profound bachelor
. . . good student . . . early
Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41
Pic Club Q11
Q11 Q21 Q31
"Nick" . . . "good old Find-
ley" . . . enjoys basketball
and skating . . . a good sport
. . . friendly . . . Sandy . . .
driver Q?1 . . . blushes.
Shorthand Club Q41
Orchestra Q25 C35 Q41
Gentle . . . one of those
Shorthand gigglers . . . her
heart is in the Navy . . .
considerate . . . Rena's and
Girl Reserves C41
Shorthand Club Q45
"Freddie" . . . enjoys laugh-
ing . . . lives in town during
the winter . . . likes to play
Cupid . . . Allene's pal.
im, .85 crunk
'Art Club Q39 445
Grapevine Staff Q35
Glee Club C31
Spanish Club Q43
"Tom" . . . busy . . . un-
usual hair cuts . . . ardent
bachelor . . . a great reader
of current literature.
"Ed" . . . quiet . . . Miss
Scou1ler's helper . . . brill-
iant . . . likes bookkeeping.
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Glee Club C11 C41
Girl Reserves QU Q23
Band C19 625 139 649
Orchestra Q25 Q31 Q41
Spanish Club C41
Shorthand Club Q43
ill C27 C35 C49
"Josie" . . . nice personality
. . . likes to dance . . . Ang-
lie's and Ro's other part . . .
excellent guard . . . tumbl-
ing . . . enjoys Shorthand
"Half-pint" . . . Sunshine ex-
ecutive . . . wicked basket-
ball player? . . . man of
many accomplishments . . .
truck driving a speciality.
"Jerry" . . . My Sister and I
. . . quiet . . . voices opinions
in class . . . has own views
on matrimony-and other
Latin Club Q33 C41
Cheerleader flj Q25
Athletic Council Q21
fl? 429 139 Q43
C15 C23 133 149.
"Jim" . . . those "scratchy"
shots . . . enjoys dancing
and basketball . . . friendly
. . . cute fand we don't mean
bow-leggedj . . . good driv-
Art Club Q11
French Club 14,
"Dick" . . . me and my Ford
. . . ambition, to be a minis-
ter . . . bookkeeping special-
Pic Club C11
Girl Reserves flj Q21 Q35
Intramural Sports Q31
"Pete" . . . her new niece . . .
humorous . . . Westfield . . .
dependable . . . neat . . . Mr.
Davis' helper . . . one of Mr.
Ralston's pet peeves.
"Louie" . . . Wishes her "one
and only" were home . . .
quiet . . . "I didn't do noth-
thing" . . . attractive . .
Shorthand Club Q41
"Dot and I" . . . walked eight
miles to get to school one
day . . . giggles in English
class . . . good bookkeeper
. . . drives a Chevy . . .
F. F. A. Q29 433 443
HV. L." . . . Big boy . . . fut-
ure farmer . . . takes life
easy . . . cartoonist . . .
Pop's chief assistant . . . pet
peeve: P. O. D. and English.
Band Q32 C41
Chorus ff-D 14,
"Curly-locks" . . . roller
skating enthusiast . . . great
musician? . . . leader of the
band . . ?,"Oh, the women in
Latin Q31 MJ
Spanish Club Q41
Intelligent . . . friendly . . .
hails from Greenfield . . .
Alan . . . friend of the bus
driver . . . ambition: to be
a teacher .
. . well done
C13 C29 C37 14D
Latin Club C31 Q41
French Club Q31
Mixed Chorus Q31
Cheerleader CU C21 f3J Q41
613 C23 C33 C45
Cheerleader . . . enjoys bas-
ketball and dancing . . .
pretty eyes . . . neat dresser
. . . Art's idol.
Art Club C11 123
Glee Club up 423
Cheerleader Q13 Q23 Q31 C41
Intramural Sports QD Q21
Girl Reserves fly C21
Likes to jitterbug . . . singer
. . . cheerleader . . . loves
them and leaves them . . .
friendly . . . a "slick chick".
Glee Club C31
Mixed Chorus C41
"Birdie" . . . Marilyn's pal
. . . ambition: beautician
. . . Dick.
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Mixed Chorus C41
Spanish Club C31 C41
Plays the piano . . . a bright
"gal" . . . nice voice . . . in-
teresting English talks . . .
a different laugh.
Basketball C31 Q41
Hi-Y C31 C41
"Art" . . . teacher's pet
peeve . . . tall, dark and ? ?
. . . wise cracks in class . . .
basketball whiz . . . Country
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Glee Club C31 Girl Reserves C11 C41
C11 C21 C31 C41
"May-bell" . . . One of the
State Line gang . . . enjoys
basketball . . . Paul . . . "Re-
member the time that-"
. . . a Findley skater.
Art Club C11 C21
Girl Reserves C11 C21
C11 C21 C31 C41
Athletic Council C31 C41
"Angie" . . . star guard . . .
beautiful black hair . . . en-
joys basketball and dancing
. . . loves parties . . . editor-
in-chief . . . good sport . . .
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Hi-Y C31 C41
Vice President C31
"Bob" . . . Ripley gal . . .
reddens easily . . . crooner
. . . enjoys Jersey hi balls
. . . State Line gang.
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C11 C21 C31 C41
Pic Club C11
Grapevine Staff C41
Helps keep Findley open . . .
Naomi's pal . . . big eyes . . .
nice personality . . . friend- -
ly . . . likes to drive . . . dis-
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SAM MADONIA HELEN MARTIN ELIZABETH MAYS
Band CU C21 13D 145 Shorthand Club Q41 Girl Reserves
Football 433 Q49 Pic Club 413 C13 C23 C37 C43
Basketball Q31 C41 Girl Reserves Chorus 111 C21 Q41
Hi-Y Q39 443 613 C23 C33 449 French Club 439 449
chorus 145 French Club 635 shorthand Club Q49
"Mu1ey" . . . an around ath- fxnirgiulfazlfports 425 637 Inglgmagalcfforts
lete . . . runs close second r u l
to Artie Shaw . . . not and Glenn I 1 i Corry D , I 3 Pep- Aqu110 Board
cold basketball player . . . Sodent smile ' l I nice Clothes .mizzieu D I 1 tau U . l always
"Stutz" . . . master of many
arts . . . sheik.
"Mac" . . . Shirley . . . last
minute football find . . . big
smile . . . energetic CH . . .
"School is such a bore" . . .
cycles to school.
. . . loves quarrels . . . roller
skater . . . J0anne's pal.
Football Q21 C31 141
Hi-Y Q33 Q43
"Franny" . .. State Line
gang . . . Beau Brummel of
N. E. H. S .... Football, first
game whizflast game Hzz.
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smiling . . . neat dresser . . .
Corry . . . Shorthand . . .
Pic Club 115
Art Club C11
Shorthand Club C45
"Nan" . . . Johnny . . . likes
to read . . . left in the mid-
dle of the year.
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Art Club Q11 Q31 Q41
Spanish Club Q41
Debate Club Q31
French Club Q31
Glee Club Q11 Q21
Mixed Chorus Q31
Intramural Sports Q11
Girl Reserves Q11 Q21
"Jennie" . . . Frank . . . act-
ress . . . "dog tags" . . .
prominent in P. O. D. class
. . . future librarian.
"Dohn" . . . enjoys tele-
phone calls from Camp Lee
. . . blonde.
Hi-Y Q31 Q41
"Weasel" . . . ferocious car
driver . . . morning tardi-
ness . . . Casanova . . . "Let
me tell ye 'bout me an' " . . .
Whisperer . . . thumbs.
Art Club Q11
Girl Reserves Q11 Q21 Q31
French Club Q31 Q41
Spanish Club Q41
Intramural Sports Q21
Future designer . . . draws
in all classes . . . long blonde
hair . . . bangs . . . works at
the A 8z P.
F. F. A. Q21 Q31 Q41
"Newt" . . . future farmer
. . . soft voice . . . sees no use
Girl Reserves Q11 Q21
Art Club Q11 Q21 Q41
Chorus Q21, Q41
Q21 Q31 Q41
Spanish Club Q41
"Ro" . . . artist . . . good
guard . . . Angie's ansd Josie's
other part . . . works at her
grocery store . . . enjoys
dancing and basketball . . .
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Intramural Sports Q31 145
Quiet . . . shy . . . Patsy's
pal . . . keen sense of humor
. . . blonde.
Art Club QD
Pic Club C15
Chorus C11 C21 Q31 C41
Shorthand Club 141
Intramural Sports f3J .145
Friendly . . . quiet . . . good
natured . . . neat . . . minis-
ter's daughter . . . star for-
ward . . . nice disposition.
Engineerinig Club C31 C41
Rosy cheeks . . . Jenny . . .
long shots in gym . . . blue
eyes . . . faithful . . . long
telephone conversations . . .
"got any weeds?"
Girl Reserve Q11 MJ
French Club Q31 C41
Shorthand Club Q41
One of the State Line gang
. . . humorous . . . enjoys
Petite . . . soda jerk . . .
quiet . . . blonde . . . new
Blondie . . . smart dresser
. . . Navy's got him now . . .
wise cracks when least ex-
pected . . . grocery clerk.
JAMES REIMAN PHYLLIS REIN EDWARD RODENCAL
Hi-Y Q35 Q45
President Q25 Q45
Band Q25 Q35
Orchestra Q25 Q35
Basketball Q25 Q35
Football Q25 Q35 Q45
Athletic Council Q35
"Junior" . . . ears . . . foot-
ball casualty . . . limpy . . .
Jeannie . . . would-be asset
to "BB" . . . hot temper . . .
Glee Club Q25
Pic Club Q15
Q15 Q25 Q35
Quiet . . . attends church
regularly .. . black hair
. . . good in Handicraft
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Latin Club Q35 Q45
Latin Club Q35
Fremh Club 525 "Ed" Lizzie boat
Spanish Club Q35
Mixed Chorus Q35
Debating Club Q35
Intramural Sports Q35 Q45
Vice President Q45
Girl Reserves Q35 Q45
"Phyl" . . . knitting . . .
minister's daughter . . . iiirt
roses ener etic . . .
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stubborn: ask Ray.
Latin Club Q35 Q45
French Club 'Q35 Q45
Chorus Q25 Q45
Debate Club Q35 Q45
Intramural Sports Q15 Q35
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Neat dresser . . . presides
over three clubs . . . keen
sense of humor . . . good
sport . . . a student.
livery gang . . . double dates
Fritz . . . master of Physics
. . . Dave and Fritz.
Art Club Q15 Q25
Engineering Club Q35
Hi-Y Q35 Q45 g
Football Manager Q45
"Drooler" . . . Skeets . . .
hitch hiker Madison,
K sWisconsin . . . attempts to
drive the Pontiac . . . laziest
manager in football history.
Basketball C31 C41
Football C31 C41
Athletic Council C11
Football Manager Cl1 C21
Art Club C11 C21
Engineering Club C31
Hi-Y C21 C31 C41
"Beaver" . . . sailor . . . Phyl
. . . chubby . . . slow and
easy . . . huge appetite . . .
continued rugged football
season on basketball court
. . . co-hitch hiker.
BARBARA ANN SHAW
Spanish Club C31 C41
C11 C21 C3JC 41
t'Babs" ood student . . .
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pig-tails . . . neat dresser . . .
her black dog.
Engineering Club C41
Something has been added
. . . "Halloween Terror" . . .
"Red" . . . Merchant Marine.
Football C11 C21 C31 C41
Engineering Club C31 C41
Athletic Council C41
Hi-Y C31 C41
Art Club C21
"JunCgles" . . . shoulders . . .
women trouble . . . rough-
rough tackle . . . tall, dark,
and handsome . . . Arthur
Girl Reserves C41
Burr . . . "shorty" . .
"Well-l-l-1" . . . a temper . .
husky voice . . . friendly . .
Pic ciub C11
Harold . . . telephone calls
. . . pretty teeth . . . brown
hair . . . drawl . . . bash-
ful C?1 . . . neat . . . roller
C11 Q21 Q31 C41
Pic Club Q11
Chorus Q11 Q21 Q41
Spanish Club Q31
Vice President Q11
Art Club Q11 Q31
rr Helen's other half
Co y . . .
. pretty . . . dress designer
to be . . . skating . . . hobby.
eating . . . "Snuggie".
Chorus Q11 Q21 Q41
Orchestra Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41
Q11 Q21 Q31
C11 Q21 Q31 Q41
Plays the violin . . . pretty
hair . . . blue eyes . . . one
of the Vogt sisters . . . pret-
ty voice . . . basketball.
Art Club Q21
Intramural Sports Q11
Girl Reserves Q41
"Lou" . . . commercial artist
. . . friendly . . . red hair . . .
lives in town now.
Art Club Q21 Q31 Q41
Engineering Club Q31
Chorus Q11 Q21 Q41
Vice President Q21
'LI got the fastest 'Studie'
in town" . . . Annie . . . me
and my little truck . . .
sharp clothes .. . brainy
phrases . . . wild. driver.
Football Q21 Q31 Q41
Hi-Y Q31 Q41
Athletic Council Q41
Engineering Club Q31 Q41
Art Club Q21
"Peanuts" . . . terror of the
gridiron . . . little man with
a big cigar . . . pet peeve:
English . . . "Put me in
K. P." . . . all star back . . .
Sam and Vin . . . Navy man
Pic Club Q11
Q11 C21 Q31 Q41
"Little one" . . . he's in the
Navy now . . . enjoys camp-
in at Findle . . . temper
.. drives a Dodge and
"brother, you'd better" . . .
neat . . . 'fDort".
We, The class of l945, on saying farewell To
Alma MaTer. sTudenTs, books, Teachers, and oTh,er
essenTials involved, on This 28th day of May, in The
year of our Lord nineTeen hundred and forTy-five.
do begueaTh The following To The sTudenTs whom we
To The Juniors we begueaTh our seaTs,in The
sTudy hall and assembly. May They acknowledge The
honor of siTTing in Them as much as we have.
To The Sophomores we leave our unsurpassed skill
in passing noTes in sTudy hall. chewing gum in class.
and our ouTsTanding sense of humor. Miay They use
Them To The greaTesT avail, Thus becoming an unusual
To The Freshmen we leave our digniTy, our ever-
greaT influence which we have over The Teachers.
and our ouTsTanding scholasTic abiliTy. May Their
career in high school prove as successful as ours
And, individually, we do begueaTh aT This final
hour The following personal possessions To individ-
uals who need Them mosT:
James Akin's plaid shirTs To George Greider
Josephine Arrigo's singing voice To Alice Welch
Gladys Bangs abiliTy To argue To BeTTy BeaTTy
Rose Bangs giggle To Virginia Page.
George Bangs bass voice To George Ferko
Naomi BogenschuTz's heighr To Jackie Palermo
Allene BorsTorff's naTural curls To Cora Pancereve
Thomas CoaToam's exTensive vocabulary To any-
one sTruggling in English class
Josephine Concilla's friendliness To any haughTy
Rena Doorish's blush To JeanneTTe Nixon
ElizabeTh DursT's efficiency To Wilbur Arnink
Lloyd EaTon's small size To Bob BlysTone
Jerry Edwards self-confidence To anyone pos-
sessing an inferioriTy complex
Richard EIlis's job aT Murphys To Sam MarTina
Jean Evans's shyness To Joyce Werren
Lois FelTon's pleaTed skirfs To any freshman girl
who has few skirTs
Frances Giordano's absence slip To l-lelen Brock-
V CaTherine Gresh's Typing speed To Leona BoersT
Thomas Griffin's sTrucTure To George Davis
BeTTy Gross's scholasTic record To Russell Arrigo
Eleanor Guarino's "hep To jive" To Nancy Munn
Joe l-lalloran's car To Edward Garnow
MTargareT l-leslings flirTy eyes To JaneT MacDon-
AlberTa l-linkler's flashy shoe sTrings To Marion
CharloTTe l-linkler's masTery of playing piano To
Mabel l-lopkins's skaTing abiliTy To Clara Swanson
Bob T-luggs sporT cloThes To David Bernella
Arfhur Larson's sense of humor To RoberT Gross
Angie LicaTa's opTimisTic views To WalTer Gray
l-lazle Luke's "crushes" To Arlene VogT
Sam Madonia's clarineT To Carl Spac'hT
l-lelen MarTin's inTeresT in Corry To Doris l-luTch-
ElizabeTh May's posiTion as salesman of "Aquilo"
To DoroThy Edwards
Donald McAdoo's love affair To WalTer Tieber
Francis McGaughey's laTe enTrances To Melvin
Jennifer 'M3essler's dramaTic abiliTy To LoreTTa
John Nash's being so shorT To Carl Prodehl
Ardell NewTon's quieT manners in school To Eve-
Lucy NorThrup's alTo voice To JeanneTTe l-laskell
Nancy 0lson's creaTive abiliTy To Rebecca Ore
Rosalie Palermo's arTisTic abiliTy To Beverly Davis
Virginia PeTTengill's arT of dancing To Lloyd Gil-
Frank Pinna's rosy cheecks To Charles Valone
EsTher Puscheck's being a leTTerman To Norma
Mary Randall's hearTy laugh To Shirley Ellsworfh
Carl Reib's sTern aTTiTudes To AlberT Gagnon
James Reiman's being presidenT of class for Two
years To RoberT MacDonald
Phyllis Rein's populariTy To any freshman sTruggl-
ing for recogniTion
Edward Rodencal's heighT To Jack Paschke
LoreTTa ScoTch's reserved aTTiTude To Jacquelyn
Mary Scouller's puncTualiTy To BeTTy Jo Good-
STewarT Scouller's inTeresT in l-li-Y To Jack SpachT
Ray Seever's ''one-minuTe-before-The-belI" en'
Trances To Paul Neumann
Elsie Semelka's posiTion as cupid's helper To Crys-
Barbara Ann Shaw's daily walks wiTh "Major" To
Jean Van Giesen
VincenT Shioleno's name "Jungles" To Neil Flar-
l-lelen Snell's well-manicured finger nails To Eliz-
Joanne Snell's long curly hair To JaneT Conway
Louella S'Trickland's sTrawberry blond hair To Rod
Donald Triana's re-adjusTed car To Michael Keefe
Jeanne VogT's preTTy eyes To Jean Pierce
Tom VVeinheimer's crush on Ann To John Amidon
Doris Wilcox's being The "life of The parTy" To
To everyone we wish success and happiness in
The following years. This, being our lasT will and
TesTamenT, we, The class of '45, do hereby wiTness
and execuTe This legal documenT. Signed May 28.
Arriving aT NorTh EasT To celebraTe The occasion
of having won The Academy award for The leading
role in "Romance aT Dawn," ArThur sTeps frorn his
plane of which Thomas Weinheimer is The piloT. His
picTure is Taken by phoTographer Mr. R. E. Seevers
as he shakes hands wiTh Mayor James Reiman.
As This is one of N'orTh EasT's mosT ouTsTanding
social evenTs, every individual who graduaTed wiTh
him, Ten years ago. has puT forTh an efforT To be
Mr. Francis McGaughey has come all The way
from Soufh America where he is employed as Secre-
Tary of Foreign Affairs and lnTernaTional Problems.
He is accompanied by his inTerpreTer of Spanish.
Miss CharloTTe Hinkler. They say ThaT They meT Jean
Evans down ThaT way. She is Traveling The souTh
lands wiTh her wealThy husband. STewarT Scouller.
foreman of a large consTrucTion company which re-
cenfly compleTed a new Golden GaTe Bridge in
San Francisco. comes forward To greeT his old
friend. AfTer a lengThy "chaT". They go To The large
and famous Rose-G'Grady Club where They are
greeTed by recepfionisf. Phyllis Rein. SeaTed aT a
Table. They are served a lighT lunch by Miss Helen
Snell, experienced waiTress There. During The lasT
course, They are enTerTained by Sam Madonia's or-
chesTra, feaTuring his selecTion on The clarineT. To
Their delighf, a beauTiful rendiTion of a lovely song
was sung by Miss Josephine Arrigo. They Then visiT
The local library where They find librarian, Miss Jen-
nifer Messler. Picking up The "Breeze," They noTice
ThaT Edward Rodencal has Taken The posiTion as edi-
Tor of This paper. An arTicle sTaTes ThaT Miss CaTh-
erine Gresh is The new head-TypisT. Lois FelTon has
aTTained The TiTle of "sTar-reporTer" as she recenTly
secured informaTion abouT a local robbery of which
no one else could obTain news. A slighT disTurbance
aTTracTs Their aTTenTion as The former Rena Doorish
enTers wiTh her Two charming Twins. Cherry and
Berry. They Then sTroll Through The park where They
meeT an aTTracTive young lady whom They recognize
as The former Lucy NorThrup, minding her darling
guinTupleTs, all boys. She calls Their aTTenTion To The
well-esfabiished firm. "CoaToam's ChemisTry Cor--
ner." Employed There is Miss ElizabeTh DursT, known
To be a very efficienT bookkeeper. Affer leaving
The park. They are TempTed by The adverTisemenTs
in The windows of The local "Ecoma Dairy Bar," IT
is owned and operaTed by Miss Doris Wilcox: since
she has come inTo possession of iT. The Trade has
increased so rapidly ThaT archiTecTs are now working
on a sysTem To increase The capacify of The sTore.
Foreman of These archiTecTs is Frank Pinna. They
enTer, and aT The Table They are joined by Donald
Triana. revisor of The presenT day calendar which
afTer revision consisTs of seven monThs in a year
wiTh fiffeen days in a week. Don is on his way To The
"Freedom from Wives" club which is going To be
addressed by Ardell NewTon. hunTer and Trapper in
The NorTh Woods of Canada. They hear a crash.
and rushing ouT The door. They see whaT remains of
a car. Don MacAdoo is quick To The rescue. He owns
a very good car-repair shop, known for miles around
as "Mac's Machines." STewarT Then leaves ArThur.
IT seems ThaT STewarT has been having Trouble wiTh
The waTer sysTem in his home and righT away he
musT geT The plumber. James Akin, who has formed
a monoply in NorTh EasT in his occupafion.
ArTh.ir conTinues making The "rounds" Going in-
To MurpTy's he meeTs Lloyd EaTon. owner of The
NorTh EasT Dairy which has changed iTs name To
"EaTon Drink Milk". l.oreTTa ScoTch is now The floor
lady aT Murphy's in charge of all women employees.
Elsie Semelka is buying envelopes: she is a farmer's
wife. and in her spare Time composes humorous
verses which adverTise "Quaker Puffed WheaT." Ad-
joining Murphys is The ulTra-modern "Reibs Groc-
MargareT Hesling. famous woman of socieTy, has
senT ouT ir.viTaTions To a beach parTy aT The popular
summer resorT aT Grchard Beach for This afTernoon.
VValking The beach, ArThur meeTs VincenT Shioleno,
The life guard. Bob Hugg joins Them: he owns an
inTer-sTaTe moving sysTem wiTh which he moves
families who reside befween Erie, Pa., and Los
Angeles. Calif. He brings The news ThaT The crowd
is gaThered and They are wanTed in The ball room.
In one corner can be seen gafhered The Teachers
discussing Their various Techniques. Jerry Edwards
is Teaching hisTory and public speaking aT The Corry
High School. Barbara Ann Shaw- social sTudies Teach-
er aT NorTh EasT, is very well-liked and is known as
The "sTudenTs' advisor." Angeline LicaTa is The loc-
al girls' gym Teacher: she is responsible for The very
successful girls' baskeTball Team. BeTTy Gross.
Teaching aT Harbor Creek High. declares ThaT she
has aT lasT found a way To make English., inTeresTing.
and maThemaTics. pracTical. Joe Halloran is using
his musical TalenT To The besT of his advanTage as
band direcTor aT Wesleyville. Silence reigns aT
lasT. Hazle Luke now gives a review of her laTesT
book which has made her rich, TiTled "How To Have
Money and Spend IT, Too." Miss Mary Scouller is a
piloT of The local airplane running befween NorTh
EasT and Buffalo. A cablegram has been received
from The former Josephine Concilla: she resides in
lTaly wiTh her husband, who liked life so well There
when he was a soldier ThaT he reTurned. ArThur says
ThaT Joanne Snell has made for herself guiTe a rep-
uTaTion in Hollywood as a clofhes designer. They
have in Their midsT a very disTinguished person. He
QContinued on Page Twenty-sixj
James Relman Phyllis Rein
Tom Vlfeinheimer Joanne Snell
Jerry Edwards Belly Gross
Carl Reibs lin servicel Margarel Hesling
James Reiman Angie Licara
Tom GriIIin Eslher Puscheclf
Tom Weinheimer Joanne Snell
Ray Seevers Ivlargaref Hesling
Joe I-Ialloran Angie Licafa
Sam Nladonia Josephine Concilla
James Akin Lois FeITon
John Nash Eleanor Guarino
Francis IVIcGaughey I-Iazle Luke
Tom Griflin Elsle Semelka
Jerry Edwards Ivlary Scouller
CContinued from Page Twenty-fourj
is DisTricT ATTorney Richard Ellis. As secreTary, he
has employed EsTher Puscheck who, previous To her
presenT posiTion, was TypisT in a large hoTel in Phil-
Leaving The beach since The resorT closed early
on This day, They visiT The largesT skaTing rink in This
secTion of The counTry, "Eindley Lake SkaTing Re-
sorT." George Bangs. proprieTor. greeTs Them and
inviTes Them To join in The Tun. The TirsT on The
Tloor is Noami BogenschuTz, who is co-parTner wiTh
her sisTer in The TurniTure sTore. SkaTing wiTh her is
ElizabeTh Mays. The radio singer, sTarring wiTh KaTe
SmiTh. Mabel l-lopkins is anoTher. very acTive in
The skaTing Tield. As Triends predicTed Ten years
ago, she is happily wed To a sailor who goes To sea
each monTh. SkaTing Tor John Nash is a "cinch". l-lis
TeeT are his "bread and buTTer": he specializes in
dancing. Serving reTreshmenTs is Rose Bangs who
spends all her Time here when she isn'T working in
The A 8 P. Enjoying The cold drinks, AlberTa l-linkler,
operaTor oT her own shop. "AlberTa's BeauTy Sa-
lon." and Virginia PeTTengiIl operaTing a beauTy sa-
lon wiTh her sisTer, discuss The newesT Tashions in
hair-does. JusT beTore leaving, who should en-
Ter buT Rosalie Palermo, cover designer Tor "The
Vogue." Nancy Olson is wiTh her. Nancy is a cloThes
designer in New York CiTy. AnoTher arTisT presenT
is Louella STrickland who is employed in The adver-
Tising deparTmenT oT The "Ladies l-lome Journal".
Two "ladies in whiTe". Gladys Bangs and Jean VogT.
are presenT. They were Trained aT The l-lamoT l-los-
piTal and are now employed privaTely. Thomas
GriTTin Takes iT upon himself To see That ArThur
caTches The plane back To l-lollywood. Tom is a
radio comedian, sTarring wiTh Baby Snooks, oTher-
wise known as Miss l-lelen MarTin. Allene BorsTorTT
is aT The airporT. Due To The heavy hours spenT in an
oTTice aT The G. E., she was unable To aTTend The
program oT The day. ArThur afTer having asked
Frances Giordano, sales lady in STaTe STreeT Dress
Shoppe in Erie. Tor whom she is waiTing. learns ThaT
Eleanor Guarino. screen sTarleT, is coming home Tor
a resT aTTer her play. "My Life Was EasT"g she was
co-sTarred wiTh Carmen Miranda. The plane is in aT
lasT and STewardess Mary Randall, very popular wiTh
all Travelers, sTeps To The door To greeT The board-
ing passengers. i
ArThur leaves NorTh EasT wiTh only one regreT:
surely There could never be anoTher day so nearly
perTecT as This.
TO MY TEACHERS
Our Senior class is Tull of joys:
Angelic liTTle girls and boys.
We yell and shouT jusT when we shouldn'T.
IT we were Told To, Then we wouldn'T.
Our eTTorTs are in learning spenT.
Our backs are To our labors benTZ
BuT when you see jusT whaT we've done,
You'll wish you'd never seen The sun
ThaT rose upon The generaTion
OT This wild and youThTul naTion.
We've learned jusT whaT To do and say
To make our Teachers rue The day
They ever sTarTed in To Teach
This class in which The pupils each
l-lave Taken courses jusT To learn
The way To make a Teacher yearn
To seTTle back wiTh razor sTrop
And make each doggone pupil sTop
Their acTions which. boTh loud and rough.
l-lave gone, l'm sure, quiTe Tar enough.
P. S. You really oughT To see
The way l acT in P. O. D.
And l'll confess. To make Things square.
l really wroTe This poem There.
MEMORIES OF THE CLASS OF '45
Our Ereshman days
Our TirsT assembly
The Junior prom
Our class rings
ExperimenTs in chemisTry
Chan Elberg as a Freshaman
Sophomore girls won class championship
Miss Scouller's desk bell
The year Mr. Pulling came
Tardy bell noT ringing unTil 9 A. M.
P. O. D. classes wiTh Mr. Morgan
Two girls Taking Physics
Thomas GriTTin's jokes
Mixed chorus held TiTTh period
The Senior Girls' Tea
Our rides on The school busses
DisagreemenT among The girls as To whaT To wear
Tor senior picTures
The ouTsTanding snow sTorm
First Row-D. Bernella, A. Vogt, H. Brockway, M. Ross, E. Mory, J. Van Geisen, B.
Beatty., A. Welch, R. Near, R. Arrigo.
Second RowfW. Tieber, W. Gray, S. Hornan, D. Worster, R. Maurana, M. Davis, E.
Collyer, J. Short, R. Bannister, L. Muscarella.
Third Row-C. Amenta, G. Dean, J. MacDonald, L. Ferko, E. York, S. Ellsworth, C.
Wood, J. Spacht, C. Taccone.
First Row-S. Shirey, F. Loop, H. Mann, M. Caruana, R. Ore, E. Orton, S. Hill, M.
Kapetan, G. Smith, S. Martina.
Second RowfW. Janes, L. Madonia, S. Doorish, J. Pierce, M. Eades, C. Pancereve, D.
Edwards, A. Markham, C. Prodehl, P. Muscarella.
Third Row-F. Licata, F. Behnken, D. Barton, J. Selkregg, J. Nixon, E. Salen, B.
Davis, J. Burden, M. Keefe, J. Spencer.
Russell Arrigo-The mad chemisT
RoberTa Bannisfer-l-luTch's friend
Donna Barfon-"Chl My Akin back"
BeTTy BeaTTy-Quiet buT oh. broTherl
Fred Behnken-My career is wriTing poefry
David Bernella--Curly headed Dave
RoberT BlysTone-"Call me Pee Wee'
l-lelen Brockway-MarTha's oTher half?
Janice Burden-The eTernaI Triangl
Ann Markham-Fair To look upon
Sam Marfina-l-lard working baskeTball manager
Rose Maurana-Super kniTTer
Janef McDonald-Did you hear abouf my broTher??
ElizabeTh Mory-Those shorThand guesTionslll
Lawrence Muscarella-Rosey's close friend
Paul Muscarella-ThaT STaTion Wagon?
'Rose Mary Near-Surprised us wiTh a diamon V
n e Nixon-Jimmy is her problem child
ecca Ore-"Who is iT now?"
Mary Caruana-Pops up wiTh unexpecTed answers EsTher GrTonhCuTe. calm. but noT always collecTed
Evelyn Collyer-If I only lived in Town
Cora Pancereve-A snappy guard in baskeTball
Beverly Davis-"DesTinaTion Corry" Jean PiGFCe-Shirley'S oTher half
Marilyn Davis-Oh. fishl47'QQfZ' arl lirodehl-King JiTTerbug
George Dean-"lT's The Marines for me"
Susan Doorish-Seen. buT seldom hear
Marian Fades-A girl of many TalenTs
DoroThy Edwards-"Oh, Mr. M'organl"
Shirley FllsworTh-"Dear Willardff'
Leona Ferko-Miss Sheridan's pride and joy
WalTer Gray-"Slug's my besT Pal"
Sally l-lill-"Red," a dainTy liTTle lady
Sally l-loman-Carl rows her dreambo
Doris l-luTchinson-My broTher and l
Mary KapeTan-Shorf, cuTe and "SinaTra Fa
Michael Keefe-Irish eyes
Frank LicaTa-"l jusT love English"
Fred Loop-"Who wanTs To geT Tough?"
Louis Madonia-No relafion To Ichabod Crane
KaThryn Magoon-Takes her annual winTer vacaTion
l-larrieT Mann-Corry's righT-hand gal
Collee oachfPrody,beware!, f
Marfha Ross-Chl Johnny
Eilene Salen-FaiThful forever l?7l
Julia S kre g-"l-ler hearT belongs To Jimmy l'?l "
am hirey-BeTTer laTe Than never
Joan ShorT-Sfrawberry shorTcake,
EdWaEr5hUnkf"Laiiie Boy Blue" 1
GerardiSm'Th-Q. T. or J. Q.--l don'T know!
pachT-"F, F. A."
John Spencer-Shy bashfull Johnny
Charles Taccone-"When I become PresidenT"-7?
' WalTer Tieber-Makes a good drafTsman
Jean Van Giesen-"AnoTher one of The liTTle Vans"
Arlene VogT-Those scraTchy shoTs
Alice Welch-ThaT Irish Temper
CrysTaI Wood-Always seen buT seldom heard
DoroThy Worsfer-ThaT Army man from Corry
ElizabeTh York-JusT plain Raymond
t L A ,A,. ,A M
First Row-R. Thompson, W. Stevens, L. Schultz, L. Hugg, B. Newton, M. Rouse, R.
Iannello, A. Hays, P. Valone, A. Scherrange, E. Orton.
Second Row-G. Halloran, J. Beates, K. Shull, J. Halloran, M. Roach, L. Levonduski,
V. Page, R. Stoddard, W. Arnink, R. Chimera.
Third RowfN. Kuenen, D. Grabovsfski, N. Harris, S. Riefstahl, E. Eades, J. Lick, A.
Allen, Jl. Amidon, D. Randall, P. Neuman.
First Row-J. Concilla, S. Triana, R. Bangs, E. Hartley, A. Van Giesen, B. Bull, J.
Hartley, J. Werren, M. Parmenter, C. Spacht, R. Palermo, C. Valone.
Second Row-L. Gildersleeve, G. Grieder, H. Mory, C. Swanson., H. Brockway, F
Black, J. Giese, A. Newara, A. Shultz, A. Gagnon.
Third RowfL. Abata, R. Darling, G. Graff, M. Mills, I. McAdoo, D. Buchanan, D
Bronson, A. Youngs, A. Mobilia.
Louis Abala-Those silly remarks
Adah Allen-Baskelball lan
John Amidon-Full ol lun
Wilbur Arnink-Big game hunler
Richard Bengsalhe Voice
James Beales-All around fellow
Florence Black-Everybody's pal
William Blyslone-Nol a midgel, by any means
l-lazel Brockway-Always in mischief
Diane Bronson-She knows her slull
Doris Buchanan--Bill's second llame
Belly Bull-Quiel and demure
Joseph Concilla--Thal shy lillle man-hmml
Roderick Darling-Jolly man
Conslanl Dulosse-"Wahl your 'Plane' done?"
Eslher lvlae Eades-Nedco's Dairy Girl
Serio Fronlino-"Nol in school loday"
Alberl Gagnon-"Foxey" sorl of guy
Lloyd Gildersleeve-Bring 'em back alive, huh.
Gloria Grall-She gels around
George Grieder-Dreamer: could il be l-I. D.?
George l-lalloran-Fulure Farmer
Ann l-lays-Serious sludenl
Genevieve l-larlley-The big lillle woman
Lois l-lugg-l-lobby: men
Eslher l-lunlley-Quielenign schooln?
Rose lannello-"The Crooner"
Norman Kuenan-lnleresled in F. F. A.
Lorella Levonduski-"Who is lhal guy?"
Jean Lick-l-lappy-Go-Lucky '-
Imogene McAdoo-Thal Weinheimer Boyl.
Rulhnnary Miller-Nice Kid
lvlary lvlills-Greenfield lass i
Anlhony Mobilia-Mr. lVlorgan's problem child
Harriel Morey-Those Wesllield Guys
Angeline Newara-Following brolhers in alhlelics
Paul Neumann-Woman haler
Elwin Orlon-Lillle man wilh big ideas
Richard Osborne-Noon Leaguer A
Virginia Page-They don'l come any beller
Richard Palermo-"Pixie," Super wolf
Marian Parmenler-"My books are gone again'
Kennelhlbawson-Thal lillle man
David Randall-"Plane" wizard
Shirley Reilslahl-Donald, he's my man
lvlarlha Roach--Arlisl g
lvlargarel Rouse--Thal Laugh -
Angelo Scherrange-Skipping school is his weakness
Alberl Schullz-Myslery man
Lucille Schullz-Good sporl
Kennelh Shull-Thal Big Smile.
Carl Spachl-Slrong, silenl lype
Arlene Snell-Beller lale lhan never
William Slevens-Those baby blue eyes
Roberl Sloddard-Junior Varsily
Richard Thompson-Greal invenlor
Sam Triana--Lillle Sam
Charles Valone-All around girl
Amy Van Giesen-Barbara's olher hall
Joyce Werren-Always heard, but never seen
Donald Wunz-Excuse Blanks
Arlhur Youngs-Curly Tops, lhe colony man
First RowfW. Schmitt, T. Bartlett, V. Concilla, R. Palermo, E. Beatty, J. Palermo,
N. Moyer, C. Madonia, P. Martina, R. Sgarlata, N. Sugden, G. Davis, W. Hogue,
J. Paschke. -
Second RowfD. Ross, J. Triana, A. Rizzo, W. Blanchard, M. Bangs, N. Allen, H. Du-
Fosse, J. Conway, S. Ingham, J. Alonge, R. Abata, R. MacDonald,
Third Row-M. Reiman, B. Erwin, R. Whitney, E. Nash, G. Ognibene, A. Concilla.
A. Ognibene, G. George, S. Scherrange, J. Ahlgrim, H. Marlowe, D. Youngs.
Fourth Row-S. Miller, R. Allen, F. Seman, C. Douglas, .J. Shreve, J. Shreve, R. Mus-
carella, R. Gilmore, E. Wilkinson, H. Huntley.
Fifth Row-W. Fisher, H. Hinkler, J. Cunningham, D. Gresh, R. Yost, B. Youngs, V.
Woodcock, J. Rodencal, E. Rundall, M. Puscheck.
First Row-G. Ferko, G. LeSeur, E. Garnow, L. Dodd, M. Salchow, R. LaRocca, M.
Hannah, R. Ellis, E. Wilkinson, B. Newton, P. Desin, E. Chesley.
Second Row-H. Sissem, R. Ore, B. McCord, J. Haskell, P. Stetson, J. Harrison, VV.
Wilkinson, S. Meehl, N. Wheeler, R. Gross, R. York, J. Murray.
Third RowfD. Harrison, J. Wheaton, L. Eaton, A. Bell, L. Rein, L. Caruana, P
Pancereve, M. Miller, J. Krull, R. Post, A. Kapetan.
Fourth Row-F. Hutchinson, G. Sheridan, J. Denton, L. Boerst, A. Adams, M. Youngs
N. Munn, B. Shull, S. Sturdivant, J. Kramer, C. Smith, W. Thompson.
Alice Adams--"American Girl."
James Algrim-Algebra Wizard
Norma Allen-Little Cutie
Robert Allen--State Line
Joseph AlongefSilence is Golden
Mary Bangs---Oh, those curls!
Theodore Bartlett4Hails from Erie
Ethel Beatty-Small, but mighty!
Alice Bell-Nice kid! 27,8443 "
William Blanchard--Better late than never
Leona Boerst--Party-thrower '
Lucy Caruana-Those college boys!
Janet Conwayf---"Bouncing baby"
John Cunningham-Sherman lad
George Davis-sSlightly Small
Daniel DeMarco-Book worm
Jacqueline Denton-Blue eyed brunette.
Paul DesinW"Got your English?"
Louann Dodd-One swell kid.
Coral Douglas-Country lass
Henrietta Dufosse4Her heart belongs to Georgie
Lois Eaton-Boys and basketball
Ruth Ellis-"Candy lover"
Robert Erwin-Oh, you kid!
George Ferko-East High Man
Edward Garnow4School is just a habit
Richard GilmorefBasketball star41948
Betty Jo GoodwillgAh! how she loves 'em
Dorothy Gresh--The girl with the glorious hair
Margaret Hannah-Ruth's pal
Donald HarrisonYDeer Hunter
Joan Harrison-Silence is golden
Jeanette Haskell-Reaps the "A's"
Harold HinklerfCharles Atlas
Ward Hoguef"School is just a prison without
Howard Huntley-Tall, dark and happy?
Frank Hutchinson-"I love Algebra"
Shirley Ingham4"Blondie" '
Alex KapetanfRather play basketball than eat
Joyce Kramer-Sweet stuff
Joyce Krull-Always willing to help
Rosalie LaRocca-"Dynamite" in a small package
Robert MacDonald4Farmer Boy
Clara Madonia-Neat and nice
Phyllis Martina-Interests in Erie
Blair McCord4"Country Gentlemen"
Mary Miller-That Ipana smile!
Sheldon Miller-Muscle Man
Jack MurrayfA husky farmer lad
Rosalyn MuscarellafThose flirty eyes
Eleanor NashfJackie's otherhalf
Robert Newton-ePlow Jockey
Elvera OgnibenefMy sister and I
Grace OgnibenefPretty cute, huh, Sam?
Richard Ore-"I won't do it again, Mr. Davis
Jacqueline Palermo-wSmall, short and cute
Rosemarie Palermo4Nifty dresser
Priscilla Pancereve4Last of the Plancereves
Jack Paschke--t'Mum" is the word!
Anthony Pellican-Blow your horn!
Russell Post-Award winner
Melvin PuscheckfHas "One Foot in Heaven"
Morris Reiman-American Boy
Lorna Rein-It runs in the family
John Rodencal-"Peanuts" H
Elmer Rundell-t'What fun on the bus"
Marilyn Salehow44'Don't call me Pug"
Sarah Scherrange-Her heart joined the Army
Walter Schmitt-Meat Grinder
Fred Seman-The second of the Semans
Rita Sgarlata-Has many friends
Gerard Sheridan-The guy girls talk about
Janice Shreve-Double exposure
Barbara Shull-Oh! those blue eyes
Eileen Shunk-Everybody's pal
Howard Sissemful live for English"
Clyde Smith-Strong, silent type
Sarah Sturdivant-Pretty cute!
Norma Sugden4Hater of men
William ThompsonASchool is a rare occasion
Sam TrippifQuiet, please
Madeline VillafNew in these parts
Jack Wheaton-My brother and I
Nettie Mae Wheeler-Just plain nifty!
Robert VVhitney-'AI just love English"
Elwood Wilkinson-Ivan II
Evelyn Wilkinson-Talkative, and how!
Winifred Wilkinson-Sweet gal!
Verna Woodcock-Tall, slender, and dark
Robert Yorkf"Me and Sam"
Ruth Yost-Bashful type
Beatrice Youngs-Night owl '
Daniel Youngs-"Just call me Abe"
Mary Youngs--Red head
l:irsT Row-KniT one purl Two, Bernella. MosT Unique: Phil and The waves, Boys will be
boys, Becky. Jeanne in VVesT Springfield.
Second Row-Love me. love my dogl, Barbara and Major, Joan among The Tlowers,
l-lazle aT Findley.
Third Row-Lucy all dressed up. Silly VValTer, SilliesTg The gang aT Findley, Lizzy on
The Tarm, Engineering class, Represenlalive of school life: ParT oT lasT year's
l:ourTh RowfDon'T Tence me inl, The grade school chorus, Superman SmiTh, Marine
from l945 class. The Three muskeTeers.
l:iTTh Row--Johnny Bob and Meg, Going swimming, Arlene7. One ol The lXlorTh EasT
hornes, Grade school chums.
X Nxt f'
First Row-R. Palermo, B. Shaw, C. Hinkler, B. Gross, M. Hesling, M. Scouller
A. Licata, P. Rein, R. Seevers, J. Concilla, S. Scouller, H. Luke.
Second RowfJ. Reiman, J. Nash, T. Griffin, J. Halloran, E. Semelka, E. Mays,
Eclllor in Chief Assislanl Edilors
ANGELINE LICATA MARY SCOULLER, Pl-lYl.l.lS REIN
Naomi Boqenschulz, Lois Fellon, lvlargarel l-lesling, John Nash, James Reiman
Barbara Ann Shaw. Belly Gross, Charlolle l-linkler
Josephine Concilla, Hazle Luke, Ray Seevers, Slewarl Scouller
Arl Edilor Joke Edilors
Rosalie Palermo Elsie Semelka. Tom Griffin
' Sales Eclllors
Ellzaloelh lvlays. Joe l-lalloran
First Row---W. Janes, J. MacDonald, J. Concilla, B. Davis, J. Burden, C. Hinkler,
B. Gross, R. Palermo.
Second Row-B. Shaw, G. Bangs, J. Messler, N. Olson, J. Lick, S. Shirey.
ConsisTs oT sTudenTs Taking Spanish l and ll . . . elecTed oTTicers aT our TirsT
meeTing . . . Barbara Shaw was chosen To be our presidenT . . . vice presidenT, Rosalie
Palermo . . . secreTary, Janice Burden . . . "Bill" Janes handles The cash . . . meeTings
held during sixTh period, once each monTh . . . social meeTings held evenings . . .
couldn'T decide wheTher To sponsor a dance or a movie . . . Tinally agreed on The laT-
Ter . . . TavoriTe expression, "no es verdad7' '... programs consisT of Spanish songs.
games, and reporTs on Spanish people and cusToms . . . aTTempTs To Talk in Spanish are
fairly successiful . . . The club feels The man shorTage . . . only Three boys enrolled
This year . . . Miss Sherrange is our adviser. . . usually leads us in singing . . . Quermos
dar gracias a SenoriTa Sherrange por so ayudo . . . Buen suerTe al club de espanol de
First Row-L. Felton, E. Orton, D. Edwards, M. Hesling, M. Scouller, P. Rein.
Second RownJ. Burden, M. Keefe, B. Davis, B. Gross.
Nine girls . . . one boy . . . resulTs oT elecTion aT The beginning of The Term
. .A . 'Mary Scouller, presidenT . . . Phyllis Rein, vice presidenT . . . Michael Keefe.
secreTary . . . MargareT l-lesling. Treasurer . . . mfeeTings held during school periods
. . . enTerTainmenT plus educaTion . . . Treasury diminished by Trip To Keller's TheaTer
. . . socials aT The homes of Miss Scouller, Beverly Davis, and Mary Scouller . . .Mich-
ael's unTimely headaches . . . good lunches . . . wonderful Times . . . sponsored movie.
"GhosT Breakers' '... appreciaTe Miss Scouller's grand leadership . . . our sincere
wishes Tor success To The TuTure l.aTin clubs.
First Row-M. Kapetan, M. Randall, N. Olson, S. Hill, A. Markham, B. Davis, M.
Second RowfC. Pancereve, G. Bangs, E. Mays, W. Gray. M. Keefe, R. Ellis.
Le Cercle Francais
Purpose: To make our conversaTion more TluenT . . . have a beTTer undersTanding
oT The concliTions of France . . . improve our knowledge of The French people, cus-
Toms, and language . . . Club composed of French l and French II members . . . Mary
Scouller, presidenT . . . Nancy Olson, vice presiclenT . . . Mary Randall. secreTary . . .
ElizabeTh Mays, Treasurer. . . meeTings held oni Friday . . . sevenTh period . . . Twice a
monTh . . . many inTeresTing reporTs . . . French games and songs . . . mosT TreguenT
phrase . . . Puis-je parler anglais? . . . main evenT of The year, our clance . . . Le Cafe
De Paris . . . inTeresTing plans Tor The TuTure . . .The club wishes To Thank Miss Bell Tor
her help . . . Merci beaucoup. Maclamoseille Bell.
Front Row-D. Randall, J. Burden., S. Triana, C. DuFossle, K. Shull, J. Vogt, H. Mar-
lowe, A. Borstorif, JL Short, J. Concilla, P. Neuman, W. Janes, .J. Halloran, J.
Sheridan, W. Gray, Miss Fleming. -
StandingfJ. Haskell, J. Amidon, R. Darling, S. Shirey.
New members . . . did not play tor any assemblies this year . . . new music . . .
Rod Darling tuning his drum . . . those "jazz" outbursts trom Janice Burden on the
piano . . . newcomer. Jeanette l-laskell . . . lectures from lvliss Fleming on "keeping
quiet between numbers' '... otticers: president, Josephine Concilla . . . vice presi-
dent, Elaine Moseman . . . secretary-treasurer, Bill Janes . . . librarian, John Amidon . . .
noise from the drum section by Rod Darling and Sam Shirey . . . clarinets by Walter
Gray, l-larold lvlarlowe. Sam Triana. and Bill Janes . . . Josephine Concilla and Jerry
Sheridan on the saxaphones . . . Kenneth Shull, Judy Short, Joe l-lalloran, and Neil
l-larris on the trumpets . . . John Amidon on the bass . . . David Randall on the
trombone . . . Connie Dutosse on the baritone . . . Jeanne Vogt and Allene Borstortt
on the violins . . . Allene's playing on three strings instead of tour . . . discovery land
loss through movingl of Elaine lvloseman. an excellent Marimba player . . . played tor
Commencement . . . lost through graduation, Jean Vogt. Allene Borstortt. Josephine
Concilla and Joe l-lalloran . . . appreciate the work ot our very capable director.
lvliss Fleming . . . the class ot '45 wishes the orchestra the best ot luck and hopes that
it meets with great success in the coming years.
Standing-Miss Fleming, D. Barton, J. Halloran, R. Darling, R. Moyer, B. Selkregg
Sitting-H. Marlowe, A. Pellican, S. Triana, W. Jones, J. Lick, A. Markham, S. Ma-
donia, W. Gray, G. Sheridan, R. Gilmore, J. Reid, W. Blanchard, J. Concilla.
J. Cunningham, K. Shull, E. Shunk, A. Kapetan, J. Short, R. MacDonald, C. Du-
Fosse, S. Ellsworth, N. Harris, H. Thompson, J. Amidon, R. Randall.
High School Band
PresidenT, Joe l-lalloran: vice presidenT. Sam Madonia: secreTary and Treasurer.
Jeanne Lick: librarian, KenneTh Shull . . . never a dull momenT . . . who broke my drum
sTick? . . . alTos and saxes on same music . . . "VVhiTe ChrisTmas' '... no bifrf noTe
. . . can l play louder? . . . "Glory oT The TrumpeTs" . . . "American PaTrol"
open The door, The bell rang . . . "Begin The Beguine' '... leT's play swing music . . .
playing beTween halves aT The TooTball games . . . Corry game . . . l broke my clar-
ineT . . . "Under The Double Eagle' '... I TorgoT iT.
New members: Dick Gilmore. I-larley Thompson, Richard Moyer, Jack Reid, AnTh-
ony Pellican, Barbara Selkregg. and Elaine Moseman who was here halT a year and
played Marimba . . . members now in service: Bob ShorT. Bob Darling, Joe Sanfilippo.
Howard KoesTer. Bob Black, Norman Few. Harold Chrispen, Charles Gagnon, Lewis
Gagnon, and our Tormer leader, 'Mr. SerTT.
ln Memoriam: Bob Sprague and Bob Fordyce.
We spenT a very prosperous and evenTTul year under our leader, Miss Fleming.
Members graduaTing: Sam Madonia. Josephine Concilla, and Joe l-lalloran.
First Row: S. Madonia, R. Chimera, G. Smith, D. Triana, J. Conway, B. Newton, P.
Pancereve, E. Nash, A. Vogt, D. Worster, C. Madonia, S. Sherrange, A. Con-
cilla, P. Martina, R. Sgarlata, R. Iannello, M. Kapetan, W. Schmitt, R. New-
ton, G. Ferko, P. Desin, Miss Brownell.
Second Row--R. Darling, R. Hugg, F. Pinna, E. Collyer, H. Morey, M. Eades, L.
Scotch, C. Pancereve, R. Palermo, J. Concilla, R. Ore, I. McAdoo, R. Yost, R.
Muscarella, M. Rouse, A. Mobilia, A. Newton, R. Bangs, D. Randall.
Third Row-T. Weinheimer, J. Halloran, C. Prodehl, D. Buchanan., L. Boerst, J. Den-
ton, L. Strickland, J. Arrigo, A. Allen, J. Lick, J. Selkregg, C. Hinkler, E. Pus-
check, J. Palermo, R. Palermo, R. Thompson, F. Hutchinson, H. Hinkler, M. Pus-
check, T. Bartlett.
Fourth Row-C. Roach, J. Haskell, B. Shull, M. Scouller, E. Mays, A. Hinkler, D.
Bronson, J. Short, J. Snell, A. Licata, D. Barton, S. Homan, S. Ellsworth.
Fifth Row-L. Abata, G. Bangs, W. Blanchard, G. Sheridan, J. Amidon, T. Grif-
fin, V. Shioleno, E. Shunk, M. Keefe, A. Youngs.
lNlineTy members in The Mixed Chorus This year.. . . TorTy Tive boys and TorTy
Tive girls under The direcTion OT Miss Brownell . . .Awe deeply and sincerely ap-
preciaTe The TacT ThaT Miss Brownell has paTienTly devoTed much of her Time To
The improvemenT OT our club . . . Presideni, Edward Shunkg vice presidenT, Rosalie
Palermo: secreTary-Treasurer. Jean Lick: Carl Prodehl and Bob l-lugg are librarians:
pianisT, WalTer Gray . . . The boys oT The club have really made an eTTorT To sing . . .
a Tairly good job, Too . . . keep iT up, boys . . . This year Mixed Chorus meeTs regu-
larly once a week. . .every Wednesday aT one o'clock . . . "To VicTory" was our ouT-
sTanding selecTion aT The Spring l:esTival . . . The Juniors as well as The Seniors who
have compleTed Three years of Chorus are enTiTled To a leTTer This year.
First Row-T. Griffin, standing: A. Newton, E. Chesley, G. LeSuer, R. Whitney, W.
Thompson, N. Kuenen.
Second RowiG. Ferko, R. Desin, J. Wheaton, H. Sissem.
Third Row-F. Seman, R. Newton, R. Gross, J. Murray, A. Mobilia, A. Shultz.
Fourth Row-Mr. Fordyce, E. Orton, C. Smith, C. Spacht, G. Halloran, J. Spacht.
Future Farmers of America
Local chapTer consisTs of 25 members . . . I3 Greenhands . . . IO FuTure Farmers
. . . Two KeysTone Farmers . . . Took parT in counTy judging conTesT aT WaTTsburg and
XNaTerford . J. SpachT Tied for firsT place in judging horses . . . STaTe projecT win-
ners . . . Jack SpachT TwelfTh place in TomaToesp AnThony Nlobilia S20 Sears Award
for ouTsTanding poulTry projecT: Tom Griffin Third on hogs . . . WhiTney won firsi'
place in STaTe junior projecf wiTh poTaToes. Program of work being sTressed . . .
weekly club meeTings . . . local FuTure Farmer degree iniTiaTion held wiTh help of our
Three American Farmers, KenneTh Perdue, James Burch. and Howard PosT . . . held
counTy iniTiaTion for lvlillcreelq, l-larborcreelr. Albion. and Girard . . . purchased loT on
which To build club chicken house . . . have underTalcen To build and puT up sTreeT
signs for lXlorTh FasT . . . we all Thoroughly appreciaTe The unequaled supervision given
us bv Mr. Fordvce whose peT phrase is, "LeT's be specific' '... we feel as do oTher
pupils and supervisors The sTaTe over ThaT we are indeed forTunaTe To have "Pop" as
our pal and supervisor . . . presidenT, Torn Griffin: vice presidenT, Burr Allen: secre-
Tary. Ardell NewTon: Treasurer, Jack SpachT.
First Row-S. Doorish, B. Newton, C. Madonia, A. Concilla, R. Ore, S. Hill, D. Wil-
cox, E. Semelka, E. Orton, A. VVelch, M. Kapetan.
Second Row4A. Markham, E. York, R. Bangs, J. Harrison, J. Lick, M. Scouller, J.
Nixon, M. Rouse, J. Palermo, E. Nash, R. Palermo, M. Hesling, J. Conway.
Third Row-H. Luke, F. Black, V. Page, A. Hays, A. Vogt, H. Brockway, P. Rein.
L. Felton, D. Edwards, H. Brockway, H. DuFosse, H. Mann.
Fourth Row-N. Munn, J. Dentoni, D. Hutchinson, L. Rein, A. Adams, J. Giese,
D. Worster, A. Bell, M. Bangs, E. Wilkinson, L. Dodd, M. Salchow.
Fifth Row-M. Hopkins, L. Levonduski, L. Strickland, B. Shaw, B. Davis, E. Salen,
D. Barton, J. Haskell, G. Bangs, S. Homan, J'. Burden.
Sixth Row-R. Doorish, J. Short, J. Snell, E. Mays, D. Bronson, A. Allen, M. Randall,
L. Boerst, E. Shunk, B. Shull, R. Muscarella, N. Bogenschutz.
"To tind and give the best" . . . seventy girls were initiated in the inspirational
candle light service . . . lvlrs. Shields, Girl Reserve Secretary from Erie, present . . .
Thanksgiving "Tri-l-li" dance saw several North East Girl Reserves escorting their
dates . . . successtul tureen supper. . . Rev. Aldrich and Miss Scouller guests ot honor
. . . congratulations to the cast ol "Nobody Sleeps" tor an excellent pertormance
. . . enthusiastic new members . . . lVlargaret's torgetting the minutes . . . "Follow the
Gleamu . . . Fun Nite sponsored atter exams . . . prize awarded to the Sophomores
tor presenting the most unique room . . . gave over two hundred and torty dollars to
lvlr. Knepp. collected tor March. ot Dimes campaign . . . Naomi's etticient work on pro-
gram committee . . . l-larriet Mann and lvlary Scouller traveled to Erie tor annual
conference . . . loeautitul lVlother's Day Tea in 'lvlay . . . Otticers tor the year . . .
lvlary Scouller, president . . . Jeanette Nixon, vice president . . . Margaret Rouse.
secretary . . . Jean Lick, treasurer . . . the club wishes to extend hearty thanks to Miss
Sherrange tor her helptul guidance in a successful year.
First Row-J. Reiman, standingg S. Triana, R. Palermo, S. Shirey, F. Loop, D. Triana,
L. Muscarella, L. Eaton, G..Smith, S. Martina, J. Nash.
Second Row-P. Muscarella, D. Bernella., W. Tieber, S. Madonia, J. Spacht, T. Wein-
heimer, J. Aiken, R. Seevers, V. Shioleno.
Third Row-L. Gildersleeve, R. Hugg, C. Reibs, F. McGaughey, S. Scouller, A. Lar-
son, J. Halloran, F. Behnken, F. Pinna, Mr. Pulling.
Fourth Row-J. Concilla, G. Grieder, W. Janes, N. Harris, J. Beates, P, Neuman.
T. Griffin, C. Prodehl, Mr. Ralston.
Our fine adviser, Mr. Ralston . . . annual father and son banquet . . . bought foot-
ball warmups . . . first thing of its type ever attempted by Hi-Y . . . also bought bas-
ketball and football schedule . . . had our annual l-ii-Y amateur night . . . most success-
ful ever held. Fred Behnken's outburst of profanity at meeting which was followed
by collection of six cents fine . . . our Christmas supper and party . . . was enjoyed
by all who attended . . . continued to keep "kids" off park . . . the officers are James
Reiman, president: Ray Seevers, vice president: Stewart Scouller, secretary: Art Lar-
son, treasurer . . . last but not least Francis McGaughey who did a very commend-
able job as Chaplin. . . We, the graduating members of the club of "45", wish the
club of the years to come the best of luck and hope they will be benefitted as much
as we have been.
First Row-R. Palermo, S. Triana, R. Iannello, H. Marlowe, A. Newara, L. Muscar-
ella, P. Muscarella, C. Taccone, A. Concilla, S. Sherrange, P. Martina, M. Bangs.
Second RowfM. Roach, C. Madonia, P. Valone, D. Worster, J. Shreve, S. Shirey,
R. Muscarella., F. Loop, J. Ahlgrim.
Third Row-T. Weinheimer, A. Markham, J. Shreve, L. Abata, M. Parrnenter, J.
Messler, W. Tieber, J. Spencer, M. Eades, F. Dennee, F. Hutchinson.
A very acTive club . . . always someThing new To work on . originaTed Tne
"Masquerade Ball" which is now an annual evenT . . . has done a good job of supporT-
ing "The Grapevine' '... Takes in a large group of freshmen members each year . . .
Tun loving group wiTh many enTerTaining parTies . . . annual picnic aT The end of The
year aT Findley Lake made possible by Miss GorndT . . . presenTed a series 'of skiTs
called "The VarieTy Show' '... president Paul lvluscarellag vice president! Charles
laccone: secreTary, Lawrence lvluscarella: Treasurer, Angeline Newara: acTiviTies corn-
miTTee, Jennifer lvlessler and WalTer Teiber . . . lvliss l-lelen GorndT is our mosT cap-
able and cooperaTive adviser . . . we wish To Thank her Tor all her eTForTs, and for The
good Times made possible by her . . . our wishes Tor success To The ArT Club of
First RowfV. Shioleno, D. Triana, F. Licata, S. Shirey, S. Martina, L. Muscarella.
Second Row-C. Du Fosse, E. Shunk, W. Tieber, R. Arrigo, P. Muscarella.
Third RowiF. Pinna, C. Seman, J. Spencer, C. Taccone, C. Pancereve, E. Collyer.
Second year al N. E. l-l. S .... Advanced Seniors and Juniors . . . Boardracks and
Tool drawers . . . new boards . . . larger group Than lasl year . . . nineleen in all-Two
girls . . . Engineering lellers . . . work and lun . . . advanced books lor blueprinl read-
ing . . . snapshols ol group al soulh door ol l-leard Memorial . . . Charlies whislling
and lVlarlina's jokes, daily rouline . . . Triana's bragg.ing of his work . . . Movie held in
April . . . Triana's farewell in April . . . freguenl remarks aboul The four remaining
Seniors . . . Official l-leads: Vincenl Shioleno. chief engineer: Frank Pinna, head de-
signer: Don Triana. head drallsrnan: Cora Pancereve. secrelary-Treasurer . . . conslanl
menace is The greenhorn praclicing in lhe bandroom . . . we wish To Thank Miss G-orndl
for her unliring erlorls and bid The remaining group a fond farewell.
First Row4H. Martin, A. Borstorff, R. Doorish, C. Gresh, N. McLaughlin.
Second-R. Palermo, M. Randall, J. Concilla, E. Puscheck, E. Mays.
Order of Gregg Artists
Firsl anniversary . . . ollicers elecled a+ firsl meeling on December l, l944 . . .
presidenl. Josephine Concilla: vice presidenl, Rosalie Palermo: secrelary, Mary Rand-
all: lreasurer, Calherine Gresh: scribe, l-lelen Marlin . . . dues paid promplly To avoid
penalfy . . . l-lilarous Chrislmas parly al Eslher Puscheclcs home . . , wonderful re-
lreshmenls . . . exchanged gills . . . Valenline parly al school . . . Miss Myers is swell
lun al parlies . . . jusl like one of us . . . sponsored a dance on March 23 . . . every-
one conlribuled lo The season's success . . . here's hoping fufure "ArTisTs" have as
much success and enioymenl as we have had.
First Row-C. Pancereve, J. Nixon, L. Ferko, J. Burden, A. Welch.
Second Row-J. Beates, L. Muscarella, M. Scouller, M. Keefe, R. Darling, C. Taccone
Season ol '45 brings new Topic-Resolved: ThaT The voTing age be lowered To
eighTeen . . . Tall schedule begins February 23 wiTh Lawrence Park . , . one varsiTy
speaker reTurns . . . lXlegaTive upheld by Janice Burden, Alice Welch. Leona Ferko.
who comes To us from EasT l-ligh . . . nine minuTe quesTion period reduced To six min-
uTes . . . ATlirmaTiye upheld by Jim BeaTes, Michael Keele, and Rod Darling . . . new
coach . . . The debaTers Thank'Mr. Morgan. Tor his helpful insTrucTion and eTforTs . . .
. . . ambiTions To be a counTy all-sTar debaTer . . . specTacular DebaTe BanqueT aT The
close ol The season . . . manager Tor This year is Mary Scouller, and JeanneTTe Nixon
is her assisTanT . . . Cora Pancereve and Charles Taccone are The chairmen . . . Law-
rence Muscarella is Timekeeper . . . Things To be remembered from This season: exciT-
ing Trips To "away" debaTes . T. . Jim BeaTes' quesTions . . . Janice Burdens charm as
a speaker . . . Leona l:erl4o's slam-bang answers . . . Mike Keele's persuasiyeness . . .
Alice VVelch's shy smiles . . . Rod Darling's mighTy expressions . . . big feeds alTer
First RowfS. Martina, W. Tieber, C. Taccone, H. Luke, L. Muscarella, R. Muscarella,
J. Concilla, G. Hartley, F. Loop, M. Scouller, R. Palermo, P. Rein, N. Bogen-
Second Row-S. Shirey, J. Spencer, P. Muscarella, J. Beates, J. Cramer, P. Neuman.
The only paper in The world ThaT cares abouT N. E. J. l'l. S. . . . six ouTsTanding
issues of all school news . . . second ouTsTanding year oT our school's publicaTion . . .
ediTorials, personaliTies, acTiviTies, chaTTer, adverTisemenTs, carToons . . . sponsored
and financed by ArT Club . . . lasT year's issue won Third place in The ScholasTic Press
. . . annual conTesT . . . This year we are members of The School Press Exchange of
Pennsylvania STaTe College . . . We have encounTered many diTFiculTies, so True To
all school publications . . . aim is "always a cooperaTive spiriT' '... woman chauf-
Teur . . . mosTly all new members . . . "Silence in The courT house, The monkey wanTs
To speak". . . informal meeTings . . . if selling "Grapevine," be prepared To be
sTepped on . . . business manager, Elaine, moved away . . . EdiTor-in chieT, Charles
Taccone: assisTanT ediTor, John Spencer: adverTising and business manager. Lawrence
Muscarella . . . our sporTs and joke ediTors, circulaTion manager, carToonisT, chaTTer
ediTors along wiTh our many reporTers are always "on Their Toes".
We sincerely wish To give our Thanks To Miss GorndT Tor her advice and wonderful
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First Row-A. Licata, V. Shioleno.
Second Row---D. Triana, S. Martina, J. Nixon, S. Frontino, M. Reiman, R. Iannello.
FooTball and baskeTbalI seasons were noT very successful . . . big crowd for The
VVesleyvilIe game . . . conTribuTed money Toward Senior svveaTers . . . sorry To have
losT Siero FronTino . . . eTTicienT secreTary-Treasurer . . . sponsored Senior LeTTer-
men's Dance . . . raised prices for TooTbaH and baskeTball games . . . president Vin-
cenT Shioieno . . . vice presidenT, Sam MarTina . . . secreTary-Treasurer, Angie l.icaTa
. . . The members of The AThleTic Council appreciaTe The help and Tine supporT ThaT
Mr. Davis and The sTudenTs have given To school aThIeTics This year.
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First Row-S. Martina., F. McGaughey, J. Akin, D. Triana, F. Behnkeni, J. Concilla.
Second Row-G. Smith, V. Shioleno, D. Grabowski, J. Beates, L. Gildersleeve, S. Ma-
donia, D. McAdoo, W. Blanchard, Mr. Pulling, Mr. Ralston.
Third Row-W. Stevens, P. Neuman, W. Janes, P. Muscarella, T. Griffin, R. Blystone,
W. Arnink, S. Frontino, S. Triana, A. Kapetan.
ConTinued luck of The lasT Three years . . . losT games we shouldn'T have losT . . .
losT games we should have losT . . . very unsuccessful season . . . hearT-breaker aT Cor-
ry . . . manager's peT pe-eve, Seevers and Be-hnken in shower room . . .ileTTermen IosT,
Seevers. Reiman. GriTTin, Akin, Triana, Shioleno, lVlcGaughey, lvladonia and lVl'cAdoo
. . . leTTermen reTurning, SmiTh, Behnken, BeaTes. MarTina . . . l:ronTino and Gilcler-
sleeve losT because of age . . . RaIsTon's so called "Tough" pracTices . . . Reiman's
broken leg aT Millcreek . . . pracTice in mud and rain. . . Akin's 40-yard kick aT Corry-
backwards . . . home games. Wesleyville. l-larborcreek, Lawrence Park and Union CiTy
. . . made The long Trip To Corry and Millcreek . . . exTra games were played wiTh
Fairview . . . Thanks To Mr. RalsTon and Mr. Pulling Tor Their paTience wiTh us and To
Mr. lvlaclarnaghan for his eTTorT aT The gafe . . . besT of luck To nexT year's gang.
First Row-S. Triana, G. Grieder, D. Triana, A. Larson, Mr. Pulling, S. Frontino,
Second Row-F. Behnken, L. Gildersleeve, R. Seevers, J. Beates, J. Concilla, K. Shull,
J. Akin, S. Martina., J. Spacht.
We had a Tough season . . . won Three and losT eleven ,. . . finished wiTh TifTh
place in league sTandings . . . many of younger players gained much experience by
playing VarsiTy . . . close one aT Union CiTy . . . lasT guarTer slump . . . lacked experi-
ence . . . ArT Larson, Team's high scorer, cenTer, piyoT shoT, always missing peepers
. . . Jim Akin, guard, long shoT aT Union CiTy, Those long shoTs . . . Ray Seevers, guard,
besT Toul shoT, killer on hardwood. came Through aT Lawrence Park . . . Don Triana, Tor-
ward. "Teed me, fellas, l'm hoT", small and TasT . . . Sam Madonia, forward, slow polk.
hoT sTreal4s. "he wasn'T my man' '... Serio l:ronTino, forward, almosT pulled Wesley-
ville game ouT of hole, hoTshoT . . . Tollowing players reTurning nexT year: Sam Triana.
George Greider. Joe Concilla, l:riTz Behnken, Lloyd Gildersleeve, Ken Shull, and Jim-
mie BeaTes . . . we wish To Thank Jack SpachT and Sam lVlarTina Tor Their excellenT
moral supporT Trom The benches and in The locker rooms . . . Mr. Pulling Tor his ex-
cellenT coaching of The inexperienced maTerial Thaf he had . . . we also wish The besT
oT luck To The TuTure Teams.
i James Akin
First Row-V. Page, F. Black, M. Rouse, H. Brockway, R. Ore, J. Conway, A. Newara,
R. Iannello, R. Sgarlata, B. Goodwill, C. Madonia, A. Concilla.
Second Row--I. McAdoo, J. Pierce, D. Barton, P. Rein, L. Felton, M. Kapetan, A.
Markham, H. Mann, J. Van Geisen, R. Muscarella, B. Shull, B. Bull, G. Hartley,
L. Eaton, J. Shreve, E. Collyer.
Third Row-D. Buchanan, R. Near, J. Nixon, R. Palermo, J. Concilla, L. Rein, L.
Boerst, H. DuFosse, L. Dodd, L. Ferko, L. Shultz, H. Moyer, V. Pettingill, R. La-
Rocca, M. Hesling, S. Sherrange.
Fourth Row-M. Hopkins, J. Lick, A. Allen, B. Davis, A. Salen, D. Bronson, M. Sal-
chow, E. Mays, E. Puscheck, J. I-Ialloran, A. Bell, D. Worster, R. Palermo, M. Ross,
Fifth Rowfl McDonald, E. Orton, P. Valone, G. Bangs, I. Shunk, J. Haskell, J. Den-
ton, A. Adams, R. Maurana, J. Shreve, E Wilkinson, H. Brockway, A. Licata, S.
Homnn, J. Selkregg.
Girls' Intramural Sports
lntramurals late in getting under way this year . . . practice every Thursday and
Friday atter school . . . divided into two groups . . . badminton, ping-pong, and vol-
ley ball are things ot the past . . . maroon and white teams play "prelims" again . . .
The new idea ot drawing names for preliminary teams . . . lost Alumni game by two
points . . . tive seniors expect sweaters . . . lookout tor those sophomores . . . we'll
remember Nixon as the Junior star . . . Salen's and l-lesling's scratchy shots . . . Har-
riet Mann's innumerable spills . . . Mary Kapetan at practice . . . did you hear the joke
about- . . . we wonder what lyliss Sheridan finds so amusing when the Freshmen play??
. . . had hopes of playing Wesleyville girls but no such luck . . . we wish to thank Miss
Sheridan, whomalces our Intramurals possible. tor her co-operation and guidance dur-
ing the year ot l945.
Left to Right--M. Hesling, E. Guarino, E. Orton, J. Selkregg.
ln spiTe of poor TransporTaTion, we aTTended all buT Two away games . . . Two
graduaTing This year . . , flashy new maroon dresses: The Trouble They caused Eleanor
and Julia . . . gave The l-larborcreek cheerleaders a run wiTh all Their cheers . . .
new "beaT me daddy" cheer . . . Tried acTion picTures This year . . . agreed preTTy
well on every subjecT . . . only Two major argumenTs . . . ThaT amusing ride To Wesley-
ville wiTh The Team . . . The numerous bruises received when The players would Tall on
us . . . conTinuaTion of pep rneeTings in The gym aT noon . . . realized how much re-
served seaTs meanT To us . . . Thanks To Mr. Pulling Tor his assisTance and also To The
sTudenT body Tor Their Tine cooperaTion. In
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"The play's The Thing." and since iT is cusTomary Tor Them To do so, The Girl
Reserves decided To presenT a play This year . . . a one-acT comedy, "Nobody
Sleeps." was purchased . . . Try-ouTs given . . . casT chosen wiTh James BeaTes in The
male role . . . nighTs Tor rehearsals Tinally agreed upon.
Orchids To Jimmy Tor his cheerfully Taking orders Trom The girls . . . giving a
laugh-provoking performance as "Spike," The burglar . . . DoroThy Edwards' porTrayal
of Mrs. Busby. who had burglars on The brain . . , The Three niT-wiTTy daughTers: Glory,
Ada. Daisy . . . played by Rebecca Ore, Beverly Davis, Joanne Snell . . . Thanks To
Naomi BogenschuTz Tor a fine job on sTage seTTing, lighTs, conTrolling whispers and
giggles backsTage . . . delicious sandwiches . . . our sincere appreciaTion Tor Miss
Sherrange's able and paTienT direcTing.
How Not to Chew Gum Successfully
OR MISTAKES i i-:Ave MADE
Among The many TacTors which make up school life. one subsTance should noT be
excluded, namely ThaT viTal, rubbery maTerial simply called gum.
Many a sTudenT has learned The hard way how To Tool a Teacher inTo Thinking he
is compleTely ignoranT of This "food" which Teachers haTe and sTudenTs love.
For example, in a sleepy sTudy hall a loud explosion is heard by all. The crack OT
gum! The Teacher in command cauTiously searches Tor The guiITy parTy. Ah, The of-
Tender is spoTTed. BuT no. This culpriT has a Technique land who doesn'Tl. Gum lurk-
ing beTween locked TeeTh. he suddenly TasTens his aTTenTion on a book, laboriously
sTudying iT. WiTh a sly smile, when The Teacher's back is Turned. he swiTTly gives his
liTTle Triend anoTher workouT. The duel may conTinue several minuTes, even a whole
The chewer has a TiTTy-TiTTy chance oT being deTecTed. lT beseiged so closely
ThaT escape is impossible, The "hoT" gum will have To be desposiTed. buT quick!
Where? IT does noT maTTer. Were The TruTh To leak ouT. every seaT in every room
TosTers many a dehydraTed "hunk". as iT is Tondly called. ln The moTley assorTmenT
one mighT find some of The pink hue which signifies a gum shorTage and The consumer
was Torced To chew bubble gum. This varieTy noT only makes bubbles, buT, when
sTreTched ouT. will snap back wiTh a bounce noT aT all unliike a rubber band.
Or one mighT swallow iT.
OT course. in all Tairness To The Teachers The liTTle episode may be TerminaTed by
a soTT lor loudl "Please puT your gwn in The baskeT." -
Even when The coasT is clear. There is a righT and wrong way To chew This Tender
maTerial. The meek soul who merely makes Teeble aTTempTs wiTh mouTh TighTly
clamped can noT expecT To Tind The Tull enjoymenT oT The delecTable Tlavor as does
The skilled veTeran who pracTices The meThod of exercising his Tace by a conTinuous
moTion of an open mouTh. This drooling man oT experience does noT miss The exquisiTe
To conclude my TreaTise on helpTul hinTs To The beginners, l have one Tinal sug-
gesTion. When you wish To enjoy a TempTing sTick of delicious gum, There is only
one safe way. Go home. young man. go home.
POST WAR DREAMS
Rubber, gas. and meaT galore
All wool rugs upon my Tloorg
Princeless nylons and diamond rings
All Those dear unobTainable Things.
PoTs and pans and heaTing sToves.
And TracTors, spray dope. and garden hose:
PicTure film, and rubber booTs
And a brand new riTle ThaT really shooTs.
All These Things I have in mind
All Sears Roebuck leTT behind
They are all my "silken seams"
ln my lovely "PosT War Dreams."
-..---- Arfhur Larson
"Counfry Genflemenn -
American Home" -..
"Vogue" ........... --
Safurday Evening Posf"
Calling All Girls" ..... -
True Confession" .... -
l Love a Mysfery" --
"Woman's Home Companion"
"Modern Romance" ....
Liber'ry" .............. -
Famous Funnies" -
Poulfry Tribune" ---
lThel Woman" ..... -
Good Housekeeping" --
Sporfs AfieId" ..... -
Reader's Digesfn ---
American Girl" --..
American Boy" ---
Farmer's Wife" ....
Popular Mechanics" --
Wou1dn't It Be Nice If We A11 . . .
I-lad clofhes like ......
l-lad a vocabulary
sing like ---
neaf like .....
prompf like .....
I-lad a smile like ......
2-lad brains like .....
Looked like ....
l'-lad eyes like ---
l-lad hair like .......
Could dance like ......
Were afhlefic like ......
l-lad a disposifion like ---
Vlfere humorous like ---
VVere musical like ........
Were "good sporTs" like
Were friendly like .....
Were busy like .......
Were popular like ....
E-lad a voice like ....
I-lad ambifion like ---
l-lad a figure like .....
Were arfisfic like ......
l-lad a complexion like -..
Could argue like ......
E-lad jewelry like ....
Liked To reed like ---
-- Margaref l-lesling
----.. N. E. l-l. S.
- Eleanor Guarino
--- lnframural Sporfs
--- Excuse Blanks
---- Miss Sheridan
- --,. Sfudy l-lall
-EI ....... Any boy
---- M. l-l. and A. L.
--- Agriculfure classes
------ Mary Scouller
--- l-lome-Ec. classes
--- baskefball games
----- Angie Licafa
----- l-lazle Luke
----- Ray Seevers
--------- Elsie Semelka
---..---.. Sfewarf Scouller
---- Four years af N. E. l-l. S.
,,--,-,.--------,,----,,--------- Lois Felfon. Bob l-lugg
--, Josephine Arrigo, Joe l-lalloran
..--- Louella Sfrickland. Carl Reibs
----- Elizabefh Dursf, Jerry Edwards
-..-.. Mary Scouller, Thomas Coafoarn
....---- June Plaff. Vincenf Shioleno
..--- Beffy Gross. Edward Rodencal
-- Angeline Licafa. Arfhur Larson
--- Mlargaref l-lesling, Ray Seevers
---- Allene Borsforff. Joe l-lalloran
----- Margaref l-lesling. James Aiken
--- Josephine Concilla. Donald Triana
..--- Esfher Puscheck, Colman Sernan
---- Helen Marfin. Edward Rodencal
-------- Jean Vogf, Sam 'Madonia
-------- Mabel Hopkins. James Reiman
---------- Cafherine Gresh, John Nash
Charlotte Flinkler. Sfewarf Scouller
-------- Phyllis Rein. Tom Weinheimer
------ Rosalie Palermo. Frank Pinna
Barbara Ann Shaw. Sfewarf Scouller
--------- Eleanor Guarino. Carl Reibs
----- Nancy Olson. Sfewarf Scouller
---- Phyllis Rein, Francis McGaughey
------- Gladys Bangs. Richard Elliis
- ........ Elsie Semelka. Joe l-lalloran
--- Jennifer Messler. Thomas Coafoam
FirsT RowAARose Mary's cherry orchard, VVaTch yourseTT, JaneT!, NorTh EasT's love
birds, The ArT gang.
Second Row-Nice car, qirIs!, Helen in The snow, VVresTling nneTch in The snow, Nice
smile, Mary, AnoTher,carnera Tan.
Third Row-Josie and her Alma MaTer. The sophomore gang.
FourTh Row-Eleanor up a Tree, EsTher and her horses, Everyone's friend, Alveria.
The gangs all here.
FiTTh Row-Three junior pals, Down Freeporf way, MosT ArTisTic: OUT camping, Meg
enjoying The sun.
Why Seniors Come to School
James Aiken .......
Josephine Arrigo -
George Bangs ....
-..----- lo play baskelball
-- lo collecl absence slips
----- lo prove lhal he is willy
Gladys Bangs .-... .............. l o, argue in P. O. D.
Rose Bangs ........ .... l o be Miss Scouller's errand girl
Naomi Bogenschulz ..... lo wrile lellers in sludy hall
Allene Borslorll .... - ......... -...... l O giggle
Thomas Coaloarn ---
Rena Doorish ......
Elizabelh Dursl ---
Lloyd Ealon ....
Jerry Edwards ....
Richard Ellis --
Jean Evans .....
Lois Eellon .......
Frances Giordano ---
Calherine Gresh ---
Thomas Grilfin ---
Belly Gross ....
Eleanor Guarino --
Joe l-lalloran ..... ---
Margarel l-lesling -
--- lo learn lo speak Spanish
--- lo play in lhe orcheslra
---, ...... lo gel a diploma
-- lo lake lhe senior class roll
----------- lo dash around
----- lo supporl his opinions
------------ lo ride on lhe bus
--- lo gel away from Greenfield
------- lo please the leachers
---- lo wear snappy clolhes
-------- lo be a speed lypisl
-- .......... ---- lo make noise
----------- lo do her Lalin
---- lo sing for assemblies
--..----.... lo play lhe drums
--- because her Dad is a cop
Alberla l-linkler ........... ......................... l o learn how lo knil
Charlolle l-linkler .,...... ..- ................ lo sing allo in mixed chorus
Mabel Hopkins ---
Bob l-lugg ......
Arlhur Larson .....
Angeline Licala --
Hazle Luke .....
Sam Madonia ---
l-lelen Marlin ---
lo wrile lellers lo her brolhers
..----------- lo gel off lhe larm
--- lo walk around in sludy hall
---------- lo be edilor-in-chief
--- lo wrile lor "The Grapevine"
Elizabelh Mays --- c---
Donald McAdoo ....
Jenniler Messler ---
-------....--- lo be a musician
--.. lo display her new clolhes
--- lo collecl Aguilo money
------------ lo lake naps
..-..---- lo have lun arguing
-------- lo see whal "goes on"
John Nash ....... ................. l o lease lhe girls
Ardell Newlon ---
lucy Norlhrup ....... --
Nancy Glson ---
Rosalie Palermo ....
Virginia Pellingill --
Prank Pinna ......
Eslher Puscheck ---
Mary Randall ---
Carl Reibs ....
Phyllis Rein .....
James Reiman ......
Edward Rodencal ---
Lorella Scolch ---
Mary Scouller .... -
Slewarl Scouller -
Ray Seevers ...... .....
Elsie Semelka ......
ell us aboul hunling and lrapping
--------- lo do her homework l?l
-----..-----.--- lo draw dolls
--- lo draw for lhe yearbook
----- lo gel her daily walk
----- lo visil wilh Mr. Morgan
------------- lo play baskelball
---- lo deliver noles lo Sam Triana
lo supporl lhe Republican parly
-..-------- lo be a popular "kid"
---- lo head lhe Senior class
-Q ........... lo wrile noles
--- lo walk wilh Mary and Lucy
---- lo lead lhe Girl Reserves
--- To argue wilh Miss Parker
--..--------- for somelhing lo do
..--------------- lo see lhe gang
Barbara Ann Shaw .... -- lo
'fincenl Shioleno ---
answer gueslions in Physics class
-- ....--....... lo lak-e life easy
What Would Happen If . .
Josephine Concilla were seen wiThouT "Angie" and
Francis McGaughey TorgoT how To roller skaTe?
Edward Rodencal didn'T wriTe noTes To ElizabeTh?
Ray Seevers couldn'T buy fancy shoe sTrings?
George Greider couldn'T play TooTball?
Barbara Ann Shaw lacked enough crediTs To gradu-
Jerry Edwards wenT sTeady?
Miss Scouller refused To help us?
MargareT Rouse moved To Lawrence Park?
Donald Triana were The silenT Type?
"Josie" Arrigo losT her voice?
Mabel Hopkins didn'T like sailors?
Tom Grillin were serious?
Gladys didn'T have Barbara Ann To help her in
"ArT" Larson wenT sTeady?
Michael Keefe failed a subjecT?
Mr. Morgan wasn'T friendly To everyone?
AlberTa didn'T go To Ripley every SaTurday nighT?
Elsie Semelka couldn'T drive?
No Seniors were absenT for one week?
Donald McAdoo couldn'T sleep in STudy Hall? V
BeTTy Gross failed LaTin?
MargareT Hesling didn'T have TlirTy eyes?
l945 basketball Team won a championship?
Beverly Davis guiT school?
Hazle Luke didn'T Think ol Warren?
Lois EelTon TorgoT Jimmy?
VincenT Shioleno weren'T a wolf?
Colleen Roache couldn'T sing and dance?
Bill Janes had his Spanish done one day?
Russell Arrigo were an A sTudenT?
Frank Pinna didn'T have preTTy hair?
Rose Mary Near were noT engaged?
Doris Wilcox couldn'T dance?
Carl Prodehl were exempTed in English?
There were no cheerleaders?
Jaguelyn DenTon were reserved?
NorTh EasT had a roller skaTing rink?
CharloTTe Hinkler Tailed English?
Nancy Munn could jiTTerbug?
Marilyn Davis had black hair? H
RoberTa BannisTer didn'T go wiTh Chuck?
George Dean sTudied in STudy Hall?
Leona Ferko couldn'T debaTe?
Fred Behnken lorgoT Joan Tor one nighT?
Jim BeaTes were ignoranT?
Mr. Davis had no conTrol over The sTudenTs?
Miss Sheridan were a "soTT" Teacher?
Discussion Among Blades
They could hear iT coming even Though iT was
sTill ouT of sighT. Much whispering wenT on among
Them. and many wondered how iT would feel when
iT came upon Them. Some said iT would be swiTT
and sure while oThers sTaTed They ThoughT iT would
be' a slow procedure. QuiTe a Tew said ThaT iT
mighT be avoided if They lay TlaT againsT The ground.
buT The resT knew beTTer Than To Try ThaT. They
all agreed iT was Terrible and should noT happen
even To a human being.
WhaT was This Terrible Thing? Who were The
people ThaT were Talking abouT iT? Why, They were
The blades of grass Talking abouT The weekly lawn
J -O -K-E-S
Mary: "Do you know why There is a shorTage of
BeTTy: "No. Why?"
Mary: "The hens are Too busy Turning ouT shells."
A man passing Through Ripley had The following
conversaTion wiTh one of The men of The village:
STranger: "I-low does one geT To Findley Lake?"
Villager: "IT is SouTheasT of NorTh EasT."
STranger: lAnswering in a sarcasTic wayl "Very
Mr. RalsTon: "When I was a child. I never lied."
LiTTIe Rhonda: "VVhen did you begin, Pop?"
Don lriana: "Mama, did you know ThaT The new
neighbors were very poor
MoTher: "Why, son?"
Don: "Because yesTerday I looked Through one of
The windows and imagine whaT I saw."
MoTher: "WhaT did you see?"
Don: "Two of The girls were playing aT The same
Dan: "I saw you The oTher day aT The corner of
Main and Vine winking aT The girls."
J. I-lalloran: "I wasn'T winking. ThaT's a windy
corner. SomeThing goT in my eye."
Dan: "She goT in your car Too."
A. LicaTa: "You look depressed, Rosalie. WhaT
are you Thinking of?"
R. Palermo: "My fuTure."
A. LicaTa: "WhaT makes iT seem so hopeless?"
R. Palermo: "My pasT."
Jimmy: "Will I ever be as Tall as you. Daddy?"
Mr. Maclarnaghanz "I Think so. You are doing
Jimmy: "BuT you're sTill geTTing Taller."
Mr. Mac: "Why so?"
Jimmy: "Your head is coming up Through your
Ardellz "I goT a IeTTer from I-lenry Morgan."
Burr: "You mean 'MorganTheau'."
Ardellz "Yesl lf he can cuT 2072 off my income.
l can cuT 20752 off his name."
I-I. Luke: "Do you know anyThing abouT insecTs?"
D. VVilcox: "No, buT I can run a caTerpillar."
E. Rodencal: You know. McAdoo's so dumb.
he Things canaries come from Canary lsIands."
F. McGaughey:s"Well, don'T They?"
E. Rodencal: "Darned if l know."
F. Pinna: "I keep all my noTes in my haT."
S. Madonia: "News in a nuTsheIl, eh?"
J. Akin: "lf you geT To The I-laT Rack before I
do. you make a chalk mark."
J. Nash: "O'kay. buT if you geT There firsT, you
rub iT ouT."
I-l. MarTin: "Oh, Glenn, I didn'T say iT wasn'T a big
diamond. I iusT said iT looked all paid for."
N. Olson: "I am Nlancy T. Olson."
L. Scofch: "Why The T?"
N. Olson: "Because l don'T like coffee."
L. NorThrup: "Rena. This soup TasTes funny."
R. Doorish: "Then why don'T you laugh?"
MoTher: "Why daughTer, when I was a girl, we
never ThoughT of doing any of The Things you girls
I-I. Snell: "VVhich was why you didn'T do Them."
J. Snell: "I always do my hardesT work before
L. STrickIand: "WhaT's ThaT?"
J. Snell: "GeTTing up." ,
F. Giordano: "DocTor. whaT I need is someThing
To sTir me up-someThing To puT me in fighTing
Trim. Did you puT anyfhng like ThaT in This prescrip-
DocTor: "No. You will find ThaT in The bill."
Boyfriend: "You used To say There was someThing
abouT me you loved."
E. Mays. "Yes. buT ThaT's all spenT now."
B. I-lugg: "My uncle and I ran allvday and only
moved four feeT."
Miss Parker: "You moved only four feeTl VVhy-7
Bob: "ThaT's all The feeT we have."
S. Souller: "My picTure was in all The home-Town
papers lasT week."
L. FeITon: "I-low much reward do They offer?"
Officer: "T-'leyl Pull over To The curb, lady. Do
you know you were doing sevenTy-five?"
P. Rein: "lsn'T iT marvelous?4and I jusT learned
how To drive yesTerday."
Ann M.: "If you Try To kiss me, I'lI call moTher."
T. Weinheimer: "WhaT's The maTTer wiTh your
Ann: "Oh, he isn'T as deaf as rnoTher is."
N. E. H. S. Hit Parade
One MeaTball" .................... -
Why Don'T We Do This More OTTen7" -
Don'T Fence Me ln" ............... -
l'm GeTTing Tired So I Can Sleep" ---
The Day AfTer Forever" ......... -
If I Ir-lad My Way" ............ -
No LeTTers Today" ............ -
l..eT's Take The Long Way Home" --
When I-le Comes I-lome" ..... -
STop ThaT Dancing Up There"
My DevoTion" ......,. -
Miss You ,,,,,. --.. .....
My SisTer and l" ............ -
l'm Beginning To See The LighT" .... -
A Lovely Way To Spend The Evening" --
My FirsT Love" .................... -
TonighT, Tomorrow and ATTer ThaT" ---
My Beloved is Rugged" ............ -
The Bells of Normandy" ---
l Can'T GeT STarTed" ----
You are My Sunshine"
Take IT Easy" .... -
TempTaTion" ..... -
l'm Falling in Love"
SweeT and Lovely" -..
KniT One, Purl Two" ....... -
I-lere Comes The Navy" ...... -
l'm a LiTTle On The Lonely Side" --
!'ll Walk Alone" ............. -- ----
More and More" ....................... -
I'm STepping OuT WiTh a Memory TonighT" --
STraighTen Up and Fly RighT" ........... -
I-low Many I-learTs I-lave You Broken?" --
Don'T SweeThearT Me" ............ -
Time WaiTs For No One" ......... -
l CouIdn'T Sleep a Wink Last NighT" -,-
IT I-lad To Be You" .............. -
Look For The Silver Lining" ---
The Trolley Song" ....... -
-- ...... I 945 raTioning
--- SevenTh Period STudy l-lall
--- ......... STudy l-lall
-------- Mr. Morgan
--- "Nick" BogenschuTz
--- Jenifer and Frank
---- Rose Mary Near
----- The I-laT Rack
-- ........ STudies
----------------- Lois FelTon
CaTherine and DoroThy Gresh
----- ------- Freshmen
--- School Dance
--- AIberTa I-Iinkler
....-- Ray Seevers
------------ 3:49 bell
,-- Greenfield School Bus
---.. George and I-lenrieTTa
---------- Miss Sheridan
---- School Skipping
--- MargareT I-lesling
--- PaTricia Valone
---- Consumers Class
--- Allene BorsTorTT
------ Lucy NorThrup
--- Barbara Ann Shaw
--- Thomas Griffin
-- ......-. Alumni
---- Pre-TlighT course
--- .,..... reporT cards
------------ Jerry Edwards
- when book reporTs are due
-.. .... .... - -- before exams
..------- Tom To Ann
------- --- ReporT Card day
----------------- school busses
l Didn'T Know AbouT You" -- .... Bob Allen and Barbara Selkregg
M'eeT Me ln ST. Louie" ---
Oh. You BeauTiTul Doll" --
----------------- Donald Triana
--- Jackie Palermo
The paTh we Tread, alled life, is shorT:
IT leads buT To our deaTh,
Where all iTs problems. of diTTerenT sorTs.
Are solved wiTh our parTing breaTh.
This paTh. called life. is whaT we make iT:
lT may be hard and sTeep:
Or we may Think This paTh was easy
As we resT in eTernal sleep.
IT your life is noT gay and enjoyable:
IT iT lacks Things To make iT brighT.
AdjusT iTl Change iTl lvlake iT reliable!
Then you will obTain your heighT.
AN UNPATRIOTIC LADY
"l'd like a pair of shoes, please!"
Said The lady in The chair.
"I Think a pair of saddle shoes
Would be The besT To wear."
"No brown and whiTe ones This
Well. Then. leT me see-
l'm sure some nice black sandals
Would really be preTTy for me.
"You have no sandals for me?
l'll Take whiTe ones like nurses wear.
You don'T have The nurses' shoes eiTher?
This is more Than l can bear."
"OT course l know There's a war on:
I have read iT in The news:
BuT you can'T seem To undersTand
ThaT l wanT a pair of shoes."
"l have only Tive pairs of pumps.
Plus a Tew oTher odd pair-
BuT if you won'T leT me buy any more,
l Think you're very unfair!"
The books upon Miss Sheridan's desk.
Are deep and Treacherous aT Their besT.
All The TesTs are worse Than They.
Keeping The sTudenTs in dismay.
Parsing is The worsT l know.
For iT gives us guiTe a Throw.
NexT in line comes diagramming:
Because of iT we do much cramming.
Also There are weekly Themes,
OT which sTudenTs have bad dreams.
STudy, cram. work, and Tussle.
Like a woman in a busTle.
There are Things ThaT we deTesT.
VVorsT of which are The TesTs:
They come down like snow Tlurries,
Bringing sTudenTs endless worries.
We are going To say farewell
To lovely NorTh EasT l-ligh.
Oh how we dread ThaT day,
Which To us seems so nigh. i
The Teachers, The books, The Things we used
lVlusT all be leTT behind.
BuT many are The memories
ThaT'll linger in our minds.
Remember ThaT TirsT day here?
lT was a greaT evenT:
Yes. we were raTher Timid.
BuT To our Tasks we benT. A X
We've learned a varied number of Things.
And many friends we've made.
WiTh all Those good Times TogeTher
Our eTTorT's been well repaid.
Our TuTure lies ahead.
To make iT whaT we will:
BuT ThoughTs of our grand high school,
Will conTinue wiTh us sTill.
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MASTER ENGRAVERS T0 AMERlCA'S SCHOOLS
I Quality Integrity and Dependability have
established themselves as a definite tradition
with Pontiac We have been constantly on
the alert for new and improved procedures m
yearbook d6SlgI'l1l'1g and service Qur modern
precision equipment IS concrete evidence of
adherence to this policy Our experienced
altsmen and servicemen are carefully super
vised by experts in the field of distinctive
school publications. We are proud to have
played a part in the publishing ol this book
in the capacity ol official photo engravers.
Our entire personnel congratulate the staff
for their splendid work and cooperation.
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A. J. YOUNGS
Fruits and Fruit Juices
BROWNbilt SHOE STORE
R. J. FELMEDEN
Quality Footwear for the Entire Family
17 W. MAIN STREET NORTH EAST, PA
Main Street Garage and Service Station
WM. G. CORKWELL, Prop.
Mobilgas . . . Mobilubrication . . . Mobiloili
EXPERT BODY AND FENDER WORK
WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 377
A. L. Hartley's Grocery X
193 South Pearl Street
NORTH EAST, PA.
DAVIS 81 BAKER
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131 U M S
FARM OF PASCHKE
"The Most Color This Side of Heaven"
"Where the Students Eat"
36 E. MAIN sr.
THE NORTH EAST RIFLE CQLUB
President ...................... R. E. BLYSTONE
Secretary -- ......... HAROLD FEISS
Treasurer ..... ..... W ARD HUTCHINSON
Range Officer .................. ROBERT HOGUE
U RANGE LOCATED UNDER CRAMER GARAGE
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Dyeing. . . Cleaning . . .Laundry
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
28 S. Lake St. Phone 299-R
STATE STREET JEWELERS'
ASSOCIATION OF ERIE
1001 State Street 921 State Street
905 State Street 703 State Street
1104 State Street 1130 State Street
708 State Street
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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Harrison
G. C. Graham
The Wagner Shoppe
East Main Street North East, Pa.
Bard 81 Burger
24 East Mkain St. North East, Pa.
All Kinds of
Smoked and Fresh Meats
33 SOUTH LAKE ST. NORTH EAST, PENNA.
Isabelle's Beauty Shoppe
78 West Main St. Telephone 378
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MILK ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE
SANITARY FARMS DAIRY
Farm Machinery and Dairy Equipment
10 EAST STREET TELEPHONE 162-.I
MILES SANDWICH SHOP
MR. AND MRS. A. S. MILES
21 S. Lake St.
Congratulations to Class of '45
PAUL F. KGESLING
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THE NORTH EAST MINISTERIAL
REV. IVAN M. SHREVE
REV. CALVIN s. BREWER
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN
"I am the Light of the World he that followeth
me shall not VValk in the darkness, but shall have the hght o
Congratulations to the Class of 1945
orth East Fruit Growers
is Grahamville Street North East, Penna.
Sherwin Williams Spray Materials
McAdam 81 Sons Farm Machinery
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BEST WISHES T0 THE
CLASS OF '45...
The Hat Rack
North East's Recreational Center
Board of Directors Run by a
T5 Brother Willard -Gilpin, S. B. B. Student House Committee
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THE BUSINESS WORLD IS ALWAYS IN NEQED OF
WELL-TRAINED SECRVETARIES AND ACCOU
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0 E1'ie's Largest Business Training Sehoo
V'sito1-Q XVCICOIDC without Obligation
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ERIE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
"Specialists in Business Training"
STATE AT EIGHTH ERIE, PA.
37 South Lake Street
North East, Pa.
LORETO OGNIBENE 8: SON
"HOME OF THE PERSONALITY CUTS"
W. L. STOW
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Harry B. Coruse
NORTH EAST HARDWARE CO.
CLINTON sT. NORTH EAST, PA
There's a Ford in your Future
A. F. SMITH
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
45 East Main Street North East, Penna.
.Louis A. Pease
Quality Insurance Doesn't Cost
JUSTICE OF PEACE REAL ESTATE
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Blaine- ackay-Lee Co.
0h, Pop, he grows posies for our little nosies
And he grows them fat, thin, or tall
Grows green ones, and brown ones, and fat little round ones
He grows them enormous or small
He grows them on Mondays and grows them on Sundays
He grows them in April and May
And then people's nosies,
They sniffle Pop's posies
And then they feel happy and gay.
POP SELKREGG fN. E. H. S. '08,
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I Financed by the Growers
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For the Benefit of Themselves
and the Community at Large
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Dieges 6? Clust
17 John Street New York 8, N. Y.
D Manufacturing Specialty
CLASS RINGS PLAQUES
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DR. AND MRS. H. G. HENRY
GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATES . . .
e""""'w Pages Greenhouses
5 E Dewey Road
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LT. COMMANDER W. K. STOW, Jr.
U. S. Navy
North East Plumbing Company
NOW AT . . . E
Tenth and Peach Street
SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY
THE DOROTHY JANES BEAUTY SHOP
14 VINE STREET NORTH
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Telephone 162-W '
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Vital War Work
As you students look forward to the 1945 vacation periods
when you Will be ableto Work, give careful consideration to
the vital war work which you can do by assisting on the
farms or in the food processing plants. This year Will be one
of the most critical for food production. Your help Will
definitely be needed to assist with the raising, harvesting,
and processing of the various crops.
WELCH PRODUCTS ARE FIGHTING FOODS
Welch's various fruit products-Grape Juice, Tomato Juice,
Jams and Jellies are going to our armed. forces all over the
World. There is a special demand for Welch's Grape Juice for
our military hospitals. Here is a letter from a Captain in the
"The reason that I'm Writing is the fact that We
have Welch's Grape Juice here in the Hospital. You
know they give you a lot of liquids here for some
reason. We get Welch's three times a day, about
10:00 A. M., 3 P. M., and 8 P. M. Seems I run into
your .products wherever I go! Remember We had
your juice in Africa!"
See how important it is to help With these various crops,
especially in harvesting and processing. So plan now to help
on the farm or in a processing plant.
The Welch Grape Juice Co.
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Gladys' Gift Shop
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Fresh F ruits-Meats--Vegetables
LORETTA M. PELLIGAN
JOHN f-Ghristl ACQUISTA
A. H. OLSON
y Building Material
9 Mechanic Street North East,Pa
Howard Beauty Shop
Congratulations to the Class of 1945
ST. GREGORY'S PARISH
Buy From Your Home-Owned Grocery
"Keystone" Brand Juice
JACOB HALLER COMPANY
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S. L. and M. L. ANDERSON, D. D. S.
Anna May's Beauty Shop
CLINE BUILDING--NORTH EAST, PA.
E. H. Brockway's Grocery
r GROCERIES and MEAT
22 E. Main St. North East, Pa.
G. C. MURPHY CO.
Pennsylvania Electric Company
North East, Pennsylvania
H. H. Hileman News Co.
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THE NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH EAST
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bastian Bros. Company
V ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of
x Class Jewelry
ge Member The Educational Jewelry Manufacturers' Association
CHARLES E. MCDONALD
,fi 920 Investment Bldg.--239 Fourth Ave.
PITTSBURGH 1221 PA.
Hollister 81 Phillips
A Complete Line of
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
For Men and Boys
FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
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Hartley's Gash Grocery
GROGERIES and MEATS
110 South Lake Street
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EXPERT WORKMANSHIP PROMPT SERVICE
SUITS AND TOPCOATS MADE TO ORDER
Garment Alterations a Specialty
3 17 yi W. MAIN sT. SECOND FLOOR
The Skiff Hat Shoppe
Best Wishes To The Class Of 1945
Selkregg Hardware Company
THE G. A. HAMPSON AGENCY
9 West Main St. Telephone 324-J
71 CLINTON sT. NORTH EAST, PA.
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Compliments of the
Tom's Barber Shop
14 Clinton St.
DR. R. C. SCRAGG
CHARLES La RUCCA
Style Shoes and Quality Clothing
12 CLINTON ST. NORTH EAST, PA.
MARKS FUNERAL HOME
J North East, Pennsylvania
" Phone 181 ess. Lake sr.
L. E. CUSHMAN
J INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
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F irst National Bank
NORTH EAST, PA.
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"The Old Reliable"
3, Always the Best in Screen Entertainment
At Popular Prices !
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Compliments of '
COLLINS SPORT SHOP
Jamestown, N. Y.
HUTCHINSON ELECTRIC STORE
QUALITY HOME APPLIANCES P
Radios, Kelvinator Ref1'lig'era'tol1's, Washers and Ironers, 3
Gas Ranges, Electric Ranges, Oil Burners, Maytag
Washers and Ironers, Hoover Cleaners,
Bendix 'Home Laudry
55 WEST MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 320
TAGS - ENVELOPES - LABELS - PRINTING - LITHOGRAPHING - ENGRAVING
KENNETH W. F OSBURG COMPANY
Manufacturer and Distributor 3
Wholesale Paper Products
PAPER TOWELS - TOILET PAPER - PAPER CUPS
559 BUFFALO ST. JAMESTOWN, N. Y.
MEAD 81 BANNISTER
Phone 171 Corner Mill and Wall Sts. North East, Pa.
I Dealers in
Flour, Feed, Grain, Fertilizer and Farm Implements
"Wise Feeders Use M. Sz B. Feeds"
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,LAKE SHORE SUPPLY COMPANY
We Congratulate the 1945 Graduates
THE EDWARDS COMPANY, Inc.
JEWELRY AND ITS KINDRED LINES
in quality merchandise only!
J. WAYNE HASKELL
Jeweler and Optometrist
ze soUTH LAKE sT. NORTH EAST, PA
W. O. WILSON 81 SON
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Res. Phone C55-105 Oilice Phone 23-244
HOWARD J. JoNEs
Commerce Bldg. 12th and State Sts. Erie, Penna.
Sporting Goods - Bicycles - Fishing Tackle
Tires and Tubes-Vulcanizing-Accessories
KELLER THEATRE BUILDING
MEET AT . . .
CONCILLA'S ICE CREAM BAR
Home Made Ice Cream, Sodas, Novelties, Sundaes,
Corner Mill and Clinton
Ladies' Smart Apparel
917 State Street Erie, Penna.
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GEORGE BEMISS STORE
Telephone 205 38 East Main St
Compliments of a Friend
WM. W. NASH
914 Commerce Bldg.
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THE QUALITY SPECIALTY SHOP OF ERIE . . .
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Compliments of Ross Manor
MARY E. STONE
PIIONE 239-W 52 NORTH LAKE ST
SALCHOW DRUG STORES
5 WEST and 9 EAST MAIN ST. NORTH EAST, PA.
CHARLES AUTO SALES
Used Cars Bought and Sold
166 VVEST MAIN sr. TELEPHONE 116-VV
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ff CLASS 0F 1945...
THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR CAP
X AND GOWN PHOTOS MADE
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Let's Meet and Gas
JOE B LL'
Super Service Station
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QUALITY TIRES AUTO-LITE BATTERIES
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Lake at Grant Street
NORTH EAST, PA.
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DR. AND MRS. H. F. ADAMS
HILL 81 HILL
East Main Street North East, Pa
RED WHITE SLJIJCQDIRE
Sun Valley Frozen Foods
GRAPE CITY BOWLING ALLEYS
C. E. KRANTZ
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I 0 Tires
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0 Tool Boxes
I I Auto Batteries
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0 Birthstone and Emblem
The Outstanding School of Northwestern
Pennsylvania for Accounting and
I College Grade Courses
0 Expert Teaching Staff
I Modern Equipment
0 Ideal Surroundings
Rings 0 Exceptional Placement Record,
' Complete Line Of 0 Special Defense Training
A Good Position for Every Graduate
Danford C. Cushman VISIT THE SCHOOL
J eweler can 22-814 or Write for Catalog
220 W. 9th st. ERIE, PA.
10 South Lake St.
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For His Graduation
Gifts. . .
WE SUGGEST . . .
O B. V. D. Pajamas
' Arrow Shirts
' Holeproof Hosiery
I Hickok Belts
0 Jewelry Sets
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"ln the Orange Wrapper"
You Can Always DEPEND
Upon . . .
In North East go to:
O SALCHOW'S DRUG STORE
O CARL RIZZO
O GRAY'S DINOR
Lake Shore Division
GENERAL ICE CREAM CO P.
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'Our work is done for those
who love and remember"
Granite and Marble
66 South Pearl St.
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THE ELECTRIC MATERIALS CO.
North East, Penna.
BEHAN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
B. C. McFadden
TRASK, PRESCOTT 81 RICHARDSON CO.
si ATE AT NINTH STREET IRIE PA
COAL and COKE
10 BOTHEL STREET TELEPHONE 297
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0 Dry Goods
North East, Pa.
"Pasteurized Milk Is Always Safe"
orth East Dairy Company
Telephone 189 80 Grahamville St.
Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Butter
Butter Milk, Orange Drink
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT OUR PLANT
"Quality with Service"
OUR MILK IS "'SEALRIGHT" HOODED FOR YOUR PROTECTION
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66 YEARS OF QUALITY
Orville S. Bogensehutz
Westinghouse Electrical Equipment
Wall Paper and Paint
NORTH EAST'S OLDEST STORE
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W. P. ROUSE 81 SON
"WE'RE IN A BLACK BUSINESS, BUT WE TREAT YOU WHITE"
EDWARD J. ROSE
Western New York's Greatest Sporting Goods Store
P. Goldsmith, A. G. Spaulding Sz Bros. and
O'Shea Athletic Goods
51 EAST GENESEE STREET BUFFALO, N. Y.
N. W. Couse M. K. Bemiss
Fire, Automobile and Storm Insurance
Compliments of a Friend
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Free Delivery 13-15 W. Main Street
CHARLES B. LUKE
ATLANTIC Gasoline, Kerosene and Motor Oils
36 WEST MAIN ST. NORTH EAST, PA.
North East Cooperative
., G. L. F. SERVICE, INC.
North East, Pa.
IT PAYS THE BEST . . . THE CO-OP WAY
S. Pearl St. at Grahamville Telephone 70
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DR. AND MRS. M. R. O'LEARY
GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATES . . .
UNION BUS TERMINAL
18 E. Main St. North East, Pa.
BURROWS HARDWARE CO.
TELEPHONE 165 NORTH EAST, PA
Lick's Harness and Columbia Bicycles
A Dependable Product
22 E. MAIN sT. NORTH EAST, PA
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CRAMER MOTOR COMPANY
CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE
Sales and Service
26-28 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 188 NORTH EAST, PA.
Congratulations to The Class of '45
CARL REIBS' R. 81 W. STORE
DR. and MRS. E. G. SHELLEY
PERDUE 81 ORTON
FEED - COAL - SUPPLIES
Case Farm Machinery
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Styled Q8 'fl ilu , Q. Meyer-Quality
Clothes -h s Manner
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College Shirts College Shoes Underwear Hosiery
College Neckties College Hats Luggage Jewelry
Always Reasonably Priced
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" DR. and MRS. CARL A. KARSH S
52 LIBERTY ST. PHONE 186-M
0 Regular Gas
0 High Pow-
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PIERCE'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
30-32 East Main St. North East, Penna.
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Let Us Examine Your Eyes
FIT THEM WITH PROPER GLASSES
DR. R. H. COLLMAN
For Appointment Phone 22-098
C. H. Collman
at Makers of Better Glasses for Fifty Years
Masonic Temple 8th and Peach Sts. Erie, Penna.
3' Erie County Milk Association
A ERIE, PA.
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I Today, more than ever before, America is look-
ing to its youth on the battle field to Win the Vic-
tory and the lasting Peace which will follow. Amer-
ica also looks to its youth on the home front for
better government, industry, business and agri-
Q The Sunshine Packing Corporation extends its
sincere congratulations and good wishes to Amer-
ica's youth, on the battle fronts, on the home front,
and to you youths of the Class of '45, who will soon
be joining forces With the youths upon Whom our
Sunshine Packing Corp.
NORTH EAST, PA.
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C mpliments of
NORTH EAST HEAT and LIGHT CO.
Gas and Gas Burning Appliances
Breeze Publishing Co., Inc.
THE NORTH EAST BREEZE
Printers of the "Aquila"
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