North Tonawanda High School - Northstar Yearbook (North Tonawanda, NY)

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In appreciation of her un- selfish service and loyal interest in the progress of North Tona- wanda High School, we, the Se- nior Class of nineteen hundred and forty-five, dedicate this vol- UIIIC. cali ., . fi foy lf, ZJNL was born at Summerdale, New York, on June 20, l886. After graduating from Sherman High School, she taught in a rural school nearby. Specializing in engineering mathematics, physics. and astronomy, she matriculated at Alleghany College, Meadville, Pennsylvania. As President of her class, she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. While affiliated for seventeen years with the Wellsville Schools, she was an energetic leader. 'l'hroughout her life, Mrs. Lish displayed a keen interest in sports, nature, and many extra-curricular activities. The identification of trees and flowers was one of her most engrossing hobbies. As recently as l943 she found the almost extinct variety of wild plant known as the Cardinal Flower, a model of which is now in the Buffalo Museum of Science. An avid baseball fan. she also excelled in tennis during her college days. In later years she gave nnstintingly of her talent to various societies. In 1929 Mrs. Lish became a teacher of mathematics in North Tonawanda. Instrumental in promoting worthwhile projects, this Senior adviser initiated a successful system for financing the Senior Class. lntensely interested in every enterprise of the Upper-Classmen, she often accompanied them in their annual trips to Washington, D. C. Her executive skill was an invaluable asset to the Business Staff of the Yearbook. In i941 Mrs. Lish helped to found the National Honor Society here. A conscientious and industrious teacher, Floy Lish was a generous and beloved friend. The entire student body of our high school miss her kindly presence, but will remember her constructive work. Perhaps her character is best revealed in the letters received from servicemen, who have testified to her memorable assistance and instruction. From a letter sent by one of her former students, we give this fitting tribute to Floy S. Lish: "Just for a moment let us bow our heads and give honor to one of the most inspiring teachers that North Tonawanda High School has ever hadf' I ss Pu,soN, Mus. Mu.- - :. Mas, D.-xcr:i:T'r. Miss ,, A 3 s 5 3 e If: Miz. l'illIK, Mn. 1 ,lu-JY. Mn. D ic 1' wi M , 3 MkGl.Ist2l-1Al.Mli. 2 mnzic. Mn. P A n s K 1-1, '3 3 ni: MR. RAIH1. Miss aww, Mus. Snfwmo, .s M o N A c H 1, 1. , Miss mcv. Mn. Nm scum. 'lr: Mk. 'l'li:uNiLY, Mk. Trs. Miss lliclzm, Mn. rmmzn, Mn. Lowkr, s. H0l'Gl+l'l'0N int: Mlss STAL1.. Miss LINSKI. Miss W1-Qaru. PAC it i HE age old adage, 6'All's well that ends wellf, should be a comforting one to the members of our Faculty. lt was expected that in September 1945, a perfectly normal school year would begin with the usual prelimin- ary confusion but that eventually a precedented semester would follow. With the postponement of the opening of school, the members ol the statl found it necessary to revise their programs to insure the required amount of work in a shortened period of study. There was little doubt that this could be done with the right consistency of teamwork. Witll this obstacle overcome, each department undertook the task ol' adjusting its particular phase of instruction to wartime restrictions and demands of a nation ur- gently in need of mentally, morally, and physically fit youths. The respon- sibility of instilling democratic ideals and standards lay, unquestionably, in the hands of the capable men and women presiding in the classroom. This challenge met an overwhelming response. 1535-iii ' Y lm'm'lf: Mn. CRMZISON. Mn B11'1'i:ns. Rhys S1'i1lu,, MR Siuxxs. Nha. O'Hlui:N. Frwzl: Miss fil.l-IMI-ZSIIA Miss livizus. Mus. Cvsn xi iw. Min l,i1uxu-xliln' Nllss Sucizn, Mn. llouzn- wx. lim-lf: Klux. Nl,-umw, Miss S1'ii.-usual mx. Miss 'l'im11.i1, Miss NI i, tx no vi 5. Mlm linen it .-KRT. I"runl: Mus. S'i'u,-ms. Mus. fa 5 tin,-ui-ui. Miss lt.xNi.i:Y. Qu , 1 Min t.l.uu'. Miss li:'rim: Misa Sutuiizn. - ot N I with tht- ud- . N us lvlli lx vlcwvd tl quirk in tha- With ultv vn- J nm 0 f cwi , dsslstl Ill his . . in mu ve-ry -.1 hi Alltilty Mil- , HN 1 4 .im iw 1 it und: nmhly thu e vvry n . :mv 1 rw 1 N im 0 no 1 1 m hut having its huniorous it N T " OA D OF E UCATJION R. LEONARD, Superintendent of North Tonawanda Schools, in cooperation with the Board of Education has completed another school year. Helpful and whole-hearted assistance was given them by Mr. Moses, attorney, and Mr. Krueger, clerk. Among the members of the Board we find: a doctor-Dr. Reszel, Presi- dent, a real estate man--Mr. Trimble, Vice-president, a lumberman-Mr. Gombertg a druggistw-Mr. Smith, a chemist at Durez General Plastics- Mr. Simpson. In addition to their own important and varied duties, these citizens still find time to interest themselves in the school, its activities, and its stud- ent body. Textbooks, budgets, athletics, all come under the careful super- vision of the Board. For the splendid work achieved by these men the students of N. T. H. S. are deeply appreciative. ik For over twenty-five years Mrs. Coletta Smith gave willingly her time and interests in behalf of N. T. students and their needs. At Commence- ments, special assemblies, football banquets, she was a welcome and graci- ous guest. Progressive changes always received her support. We thank you, Mrs. Smith. Back: G. KRUEGER, T SMITH, J. T. Moses, E. W SIMPSON, B. A. LEONARD Franz: W. D. 'TRnv1BLE, Dn T. F. Rmszm., A. GOMBERT flxff 2 I . ,.. 1?:,ri,,5g,. 32622. . -. .-4 - 4. M32 V. 44:- 42,5 4 4v6?w H' - vi !. fevaif . - 4 -W?3::.,33+ll - S., w b. -wig W. 4f.. , Q - ., .f ef--' i f-ffraf fm ' V' 4.- 4, s ', 4. sf. 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We think there might be a connection there. lIs1.t:N BARAN m:NnnA1. Helen's ambition is to travel. Those roller skates will not take her too far away. I,Amsl.Aus Bu-:1.AwsK1 Ill-INERAI. ACADEMIC ChIlI71Il1,V'S ambition to malre life a success will come trite if he works as he does in math. Ill.xzABE1'n Bouuzw C0l.l.l-ICE HNTRANCP: Libbie will haue to forget her favorite sport. swimrning, if she succeeds in her ambition to become a bottle blonde. lm-:NH Slrzzrzm GENERAL ACADEMIC JUAN ALTMAYER MINI-:RAL ART We're sure ,lo will enjoy working as a nurse's aide even though she worft have time for her hobby. square dancing. CLI-INNA ANIIXIEIKIXIAN UENEIIAI. ACADEMIC For four years at the close of each school day, there was a flash of color in the corridor. A bird? Only Ammerman running to catch her bus! Nonrvls BAm:1, or3Nl-:HAL ACADEMIC Football may teach Babel a few new tactics on chasing "that man" and getting him. Who knows, he may like "Stardust.', too. 'l'uoMAs Br:1u1A1.Tr:u Col.1.i:cr: i:N1'uANCi: His gay laugh did not echo throughout the corridors of old N. T. this past semester. Luck be with you, Sailor Tom. wherever you may gal Doluwm' BISIIUI' si:Cm:'rAluAl. Tall, charming Dot plans her trip around the world as she stands washing that endless pile of dishes. JEAN Bowm cotuzoiz izsvnmcig Bowen would do well recruit- ing for the Navy since her favorite subjects are sailing and that gob at Sampson. RESI E So llfe wants to be a fashion illustrator! But with whom does she plan to take that "Sleigh Ride in luly"? This could be a romantic designer. PAUL E. CARTER COLLEGI-I ENTRANCE Although our vice-presidentls favorite sport is baseball, he has been active in football and basketball. Oh, well, itys all athletics, Sport. VICE - P ESIDEN IWONTINE BRICK GENERAL Tina will be successful in the business world, if she puts as much pep into her work as she displayed when twirling. ROSELLE BRODFUEHRER SECRETARIAL High scoring at bowling never keeps Rizzy from seeking scholastic heights. The former activity accounts for her pet expression. SALLY BRZEZINSKI SECRETARIAL Sally added a 'cswelf' record to her large collectwn when she bought "More and Morey by Sammy Kaye. EARL BI:sI-IOVER VOCATIONAL Since mechanics and more mechanics is Earfs hobby, we need not ask what he will choose for an occupation. NIARY JEAN CAMERON COLLEGE ENTRANCE M. J.'s ,sport, day-dreaming and her song, "I Dream of You,', have something in com- mon. Chemistry class is not the place for either. ANTHONY CLEMENTINO GENERAL Football it was, Navy it is. Not much time for your fa- vorite hobby now, eh, Clem? JOHN BRODEIJEHRER VOCATIONAL Brody will find all his knowl- edge from shop classes help- ful in his new work in service. SHIRLEY BROOKS GENERAL ACADEMIC Nudles will find numerous subjects to sketch if she climbs on that "California Bound" train. WILLIAM BUSCH GENERAL ACADEMIC We can't understand Bill's interest in history when his hobby is model railroading. How about physics? JAMES CAMARRE VOCATIONAL Wonder if .lim is ever late for that dancing date? He claims football and that job keep him busy. STUART CARNEY GENERAL ACADEMIC Stuart hopes to own a glue factory, but he musn't let his favorite subject, "Feminol- ogy," get in his way. CATHERINE CLEMENTINO GENERAL ACADEMIC If Kay's favorite subject, Ad- vanced Design, is any indica- tion, she should succeed in her ambition to be an artist. hl..uNi1 l.1.lNcn eiiwillml. There doesn't seem to be any connection between Elaine's hobby, bike-riding and her favorite song, "I Dream of Youf' Guess which will win? JOHN DA1l,i:v f:0l.l.r:m: ENTRANCI-I Worrying about getting into the Navy made .lack a jitter- bng last termg now in Samp- son. he has no worries l?l except to stop jitterbugging. Muuomrz DEAN KIUYVIIVIHRCIAI, Afterk spending an' evening dancing to the strains of "I Dream of You," Midge claims that her pet peene is the front door. Why, Midge? JA N1 as DIBENNARDQ c:i:Ni1nAl, How can Jimmy sleep 8 hours a day and also go to school? Use his favorite song, "You.'ll Never Know," in answering that one. PHILOMENA DIFRANCESCO HUSINESS We are sure that Flory pre- fers canoeing at "Twilight Tin1e,', rather than catering lo fussy customers on the other side of the soda foun- tain. Pumcm DITJENSKI cm.l,i:cr1 I-INTRANCI-I After Pat begins her career as an English teacher, she most certainly will have to give up her favorite expres- sion, "All'e timef' Bi:N.lAm1N Cowizm. c:i:Ni:nAl, Ben says his hobby is ma- chines. Does that so-called car of yours head that list, lien? Pnvius DAUMEN c:0LLEciL HNTRANCI-I Phil plays her football with a mighty cheer from the side- lines. By the way, Phil, why the ambition to stay single until you're 25? ADAM Di1S1MuNi: tzizxizlml. Adil apparently needs to get "ln the Mood" if he ever hopes to succeed in getting enough ambition lo find that job. JEAN Du:Ki:NsoN er:Ni:n-u. t Though her alnbition is to be an Old Jlaid. we have discov- ered that lIiclfenson's favorite expression is "Oh Boy."' V1m.i:T Dmw1AcAl.,x i:i:NERAL "Jun1pin' jive and jeepers 1-reepers."' If Vi wishes ta be a linguist. she will hare to change her slanguage. iuklhlllllll-I EKINS ci:Ni:lm1, ACADEMIC Marge's hobby is cooking tasty dishes. You should draw a crowd with that, Marge. ECRE ARY Q21- WlLI.IAM KOHLER c:o1.l.m:i: i:N1'nANcE With Bill continuing clarinet study at the Oberlin School of lllusic. we are sure that there is another Goodman in the making. NICK SEBI-LK mI.I.EGE ENTRANCE All sports were not enough for huslfy Niclfg he obtained a job in the N. T. Recreation Dept. Does he study physics in spare time? E. , is glifwff li! REASURER JANE EWALD GENERAL ACADEMIC lanie must croon, 'Al Saw For- get-Me-Nots in Your Eyes," as she thinks of her favorite subject in Michigan. DORIS FIEDLICR GENERAL ACADEMIC Diclreyfs ambition is to be happy in her future occupa- tion. "'Till Thenl' she will struggle over her math. prob- lelns. Lols FoRsAI'rII GENERAL BUSINESS Lo should Illlllflf a good beau' tician since her haunt is any- where there are people. We hope her customers are legion. FRANCES FRANC GENERAI, We lrnow for a fact that Sin- atra isnlt Franls only favorite subject. Therels a certain you know who, also involved. Lols FREISE GENERAL ACADEMIC Lois should succeed in her ambition Io make a good wife since her hobby is sewing and her haunt, home. ELLEN ,lI'NE GARRISON SECRETARIAI. If Buffalo becomes secretary at Juilliard School of Music. it will be a result of her sing- ing and her ability as an office clerk. NIARGARET EXNER COMMERCIAL The candy girl at the Star seems to be a jack of all trades, but whether or not she is a master of any, is not to be questioned. IDA FISCI-IER GENERAL BUSINESS Lefty is concentrating on her ambition to graduate now. She is putting her favorite sport, bowling, in the back- ground. CI.ADYs Fox sECRE'I'ARIAL Foxy hums 'SWishing" as she looks into the future and sees herself the private secretary of the President of the United States. ROSEMARY FRANK COMMERCIAL Between rhythmic notes of HI Dream of You," and the fiz- zing of sodas at Andy's, we often hear, "Laugh, I thought l'd dief' Yes, Rosie has ar- rived. NIARY Fusco GENERAL BUSINESS Sunshine,s pet peeve is a stacked locker. No doubt this leads to her pet phrase, "You get me so mad." CATHERINE GIARDINO GENERAL BIIsINEss With Sinatrtfs songs haunting her, .can Kit really keep the office files straight? IM.: ,6- F i .lmm 4LII.s1onE GENERAL ACADEMIC We hauen't figured out whether Pepper's spicy name lies in with those householil chores he dreails so much. or with those becoming freckles on his face. MAIKILYN GOODMAN tIOI.l.l'1GE ENTRANCE When Marilyn sits clown to write that chemistry lab. re- port she changes the words of that popular song and sings. "How Little I Knowf' DoIIo'rHY CIIAWE CI-INERAI. ACADEMIC Ilot ought to plan a trip to Floriiia where she could loaf one day and swim the next. No worry about Schroerlefs ilrieing there. ltot. .IEAN GIIEIILINCEII til-ZNERAI. ACADEMIC We can unclerstanrl Hutch's annoyance with the Draft Board since she especially likes o crackling hre in the fireplace on a winter night. JosEI'IIINI: HAMEIIA CENEIIAI. ACADEMIC .lozia's ambition is to surprise them all. Wonder whether she'll do it by her housekeep- ing or swimming. -XIIDKI-:Y llAIIMs IzIIsINEss ACADEMIC This young miss says that her favorite sport is football. ls her niclfname the reason? .loAN UOMBERT CENI-LRAI. ACADEMIC 0ne of our .lonuary grarluatefs favorite expression is "Those were the days." I woniler if she is thinlring about school. YOLANDA LZDIIIIICK CENERAI. ACADEMIC Since Pee Wee's favorite sub- ject is Home lfe. anal her hobby is sewing. success shoulil come to her in that line. ANN CRAY COLLEGE ENTRANCE Easy going Ann says. "That's OK," about everything except when people try to hurry her. That is rlefinitely Anrfs pet peeve. RI1'II IIACKEII COLI.l'1Gl'I ENTRANCE Ruthie sits listening to "Coch- tails for Two" as she sews on her latest creation in her favorite spot, home. XIARIOY IIARBER GHNI-IRAI. ACADEMIC lf Sis keeps at her favorite sport, roller slrating. she might succeed in her ambi- tion of 1lf'l'0II1I'IIg an expert. AIARYIS IIEDIIICII CENI-LIIAI. ACADEMIC llunny lnutters to herself. "IJon't moan." as she tackles all that lfnglish horneworlf. and wishes she were in her nice soft bell. SCHOLASTIC HUNURS GI.0IIIA Rossi GENERAL ACADEMIC "Heavens above." exclairns Glo as she ponders that Latin assignment. Her fob at present is to get an education anil soar those heights. LYNN KREITMAYER GENERAL 'SBau'ang," sings Lynn as he tries to paint i'0ne Meat Ballf, Imagination might cause him to trade that brush for a fork. SCHOLAS DORIS H1-LIXRY COMMERCIAL Hank carft understand those people who are never on time, but emphasized she doesn't mean a certain sea- man lst class. JOHN HILS GENERAL Hils must be thinking of his future as Alrno's financial ad- viser when he says, "Don,t moanf: Now his job is ap- pearing 3 times a day at the table. ALFRED HOLLASCH COLLEGE ENTRANCE Alf mutters, "To heck with it," as he receives a summons for E.T.,s detentiong but three o,clock finds him in Study A and thinking of that hunting trip. ALBERT IFFLANDER COLLEGE ENTRANCE Iffy hopes to become a bil- lionaire some day. Do you ex- pect to attain it by loafing, Iffy? WILLIAM JACQUES GENERAL Bill q u i e t l y accomplished many tasks. The army can expect much from this Eagle Scout. DOUGLAS JAYNE GENERAL Snap says, "Don't moanf' as he thinks about his ambition to graduate. No man from the American District Steam can fail. JC HONORS RUTH HILDEBRANDT GENERAL BUSINESS Since Ruthie is now among the unemployed she loves to spend her spare time driving popls car. MARY JANE HOLESKO GENERAL COMMERCIAL Dimple's favorite subject is letters. Who are the lucky recipients, Mary Jane? CARL HOPKINS COLLEGE ENTRANCE His smile and well developed physique made Happy a pop- ular football man. These as- sets are aiding him in the army '6Deep in the heart of Texas." JOHN J ACOB BUSINESS The hero of our senior play seems to go more for baseball than for girls. Whlltls wrong, ,lake-are you slipping? RUSSELL JANOWSKY GENERAL Russ is aiming high-a pur- suit pilot in the A.A.F. His leisure time is now spent in pursuit of solutions for puz- zling trig. problems. DANIEL JETTER GENERAL ACADEMIC Although Dan likes baseball, he claims his hobby loafing seems to win out. He just wants to be healthy and happy- sag '35 I' A Q C 3' IAQ JUl.1ANNi: ,lomzs cl-2 N ER A L J. ,l. might succeeil in getting a nice man in her eareer as nurse. We've heard that floc- tors are pretty niee people. MARY Kmzuzv irul,l.l-im: 1-:NTNANML Keeley mutters. "My poor shattererl nerifesf, as she tries to rlo that trig. problem anfl lreep her mina' off the man shortage. JOAN KING cu1.l.Eci: ENTl:.ANci: ,loany,s favorite sport at present is horsebaelr rirling. but she hopes in the future to fly a plane. She'll get arounrl a little faster then. lumix Kouuzn GEN!-IRAI. We miss her auburn eurls. Do you ever thinlf of us now that you are in the working worlrl. Irene? Cizlmin Knorr 1:i:Nl-Lnsl. Jerry. one of our football Rlcusnn K,u.lNowsx1 i:i:Nl-:RAl. Though Skippy has left N. T. halls. we are all very prouil that he is iloing a great job in the infantry. NIIVRRII-ll. Km.l.Y cl-:Nl-xml. m1slNi:ss Pilllfl.P,S favorite song is "l'm a Little on the Lonely Side." l woniler for whom she's lonely? Gumcmzs KI.P1lN Cl-IN!-IRAI. ACADPLMIC Creteh sings. "l'll Get By." as she enjoys her favorite haunt. hom". and waits until the war enzls anfl "that one" gets home. Fl.0m:Ncr: KUNIHCZNY r:ol,l.i:er: ENTRANCE Flo hopes to find that eertain someone soon. She'll have I0 wait till she joins the nurses' corps if she expects him to be a zloetor. .HQANNPQ Kmwzcizn GHNI-IIKAI. lzlrslmiss Slriffs energetic sport, swims ming. will lfeep her in trim. Her ambition Ato live until players. is awaiting call to play on that Marine team. lCvi:l.YN Kumi. Cl-IN!-IRAI. Acsnmmz Evy has a pe! peeve, icy side- wallrs. She will have to finrl a job south of the Mason- Dixon line. ALLAN Hocx College Entrance she is 113. Rlvrll Klvcmsxl CENHRAI. NCADFIMIC Since Ruthie's hobby is col- lecting reeorils. she ean al- ways amuse herself when those tennis eourts are crowded. SCH-ZNTIST Al hopes to be a millionaire in the future, but right now is busy trying to be patient with his little sister who is strictly a realist. AIARY LOUISE RISIUS COLLEGE ENTRANCE Uur outstanding musical senior claims that her "bete noire" is curly hair. We think you're extremely fortunate, Mary Lou. MUSICIAN JOHN KURNAT GENERAL ACADEMIC "Where there's a will, theres a way," says stock clerk, .l. K., dreaming of world travel. GENEVA LAMPSON CQLLECI-1 ENTRANCE Why the unusual interest in basketball, Cen? We are sure it isn't because you want to be a Physical Ed. teacher. NIARION LAVERY GENERAL ACADEMIC Marionls ambition is to go to California. When you arrive think of our shoveling snow every winter, Marion. iNlAR.l0RlE LORICH GENERAL ECONOMICS At the present Marg's favor- ite job is eating but she hopes to become a beautician in the future. ARLENE Litas SI-ZCRETARIAL Could Lubsie's pet peeve, l,arpenter's busses account for her having "Home Sweet Home" for a favorite haunt? JEANI-LTTE MALOUE COLLEGE ENTRANCE Wherever thereis a piano we find Moof, who never forgets to play, "Night and Dayf' This peppy senior is tops in sports, too. NINA LA BARBERA GENERAL ACADEMIC Fussiness over details is said to be an old maid's virtue, so Nina stop building castles in the air, "Night and Dayf, EDNA LANDERS COLLEGE ENTRANCE Guess we shall all agree that Mamie's favorite subject is horses. Her hobbies are rid- ing and collecting true to life miniature horses. JOSEPH LORENC CI-:NERAL .loe's favorite subject, Math. and his present job of ship fitter tie in with his ambi- tion to be an engineer. IRENE LUBERACKI CI-:NERAL BUSINESS Although lrish's problem is answering letters, she,d prob- ably add to her photograph collection if she wrote more frequently. SALLY LUTHER GENERAL ACADEMIC Luth sighs, "Gee whiz," as she vainly tries to had some- thing to be ambitious about. BARBARA NIANSI-'IELD co1.LEcE ENTRANCE Why does Barb want to go to N. Y. in 1953? Could it be the leader of the Music Mas- ters? X, M 'Q' A.- 44 Pnmrzu Msnsn CICNICRAI. lV!I1'.V anal nursing it is for Pat. llrarnatirs Ion will help those patients. Cmlmvs M.AcMl'nR.u' r:ul.l.l-im: ENTRANCP1 llichy sings. "Long Ago arul Far Away," as she zlreams of past pleasures. Her man is overseas noun .lxmzs Mmrxns lLl'INl"IR'U. ACADICIVIIC JI'l71,S hob b y, photographs' may be very useful in high altitlules. Hope that he ,lintls some points of interest up there other than girls. f:l,KIll'I'YCI'1 Mmziuzn rzrlwilml, 'll0!?.S favorite song is "Dorff Ferzeu llle ln" and his ambi- tion is lo be an anialor. Coulrl the farmer aeronnt for the latter? 'Slam' Mrnmxls rsrzvrznu. .-xcsnmwlc Swinging to the music' of lfugufs band. More rloes an fuveellerlt job of amusing her- self. llut we're furious tn know what the expression S. l'. lf. rneans. RUBI-ZRT Mm:l.l.l-:lx r:m,l.r:m: r:N1'nANm: lloe wallfs arouml hurnnzing "lJon't l"enr'e Me Inf' We lwliere he rlerlieales it to his Sl'I'CIlllf1.f' rninrl ll'l1if'lI will un- ll0Illilf'Ill'V travel ,lar in the lIll'tll'l'Ill fit-ld. Rl-in rin. NIAVIS 1:r:Nlf:R.u. Reuel at the moment is un- tlerizletl about his favorite subject-f-it's either girls or his trumpet. Dommn' Mmcmzn cl-:Nr:RAl. ACAD:-:MIC "Cosh', woulrl probably be l7orry's answer it she were oflerwl a nursing position in the Buffalo .4rrnAv Hospital. Mmm: Mn.l.r:n GEN!-IRAL nlfslmzss Lefs hope if Ree goes to Texas. she u'on'l rneel ans' people who eonstantly eraelr lheir gum. ,Ima Mom. f:nx1w1m:CIAl, ,lane shoulzl llllllft' an izleal serretary sinee she enjoys trunseription. Ar present a part time ofliee posztion af- ,lorrls her real vxperienre. Dmus NIUEl.l.l-IR SFCRETARIAI. Spike Jones' rlzylhrnir' rnusif' really senzls the gum ehewers going. Perhaps lhaf's uhm' lloris is flislurberl ln' the .shortage of it. Ron: Nrimiltmzkv criwrllml. BUSINESS Ronuie's hobbv. clay tll't'1IIIlllIg anfl her favorite subiert. the Uarines seern relaterl, ls that uvhx' you're intereslerl in the Serniee Club. Rose? ARTIST ICDN Ax Su HR N1 A N 15 ' lil-INHRIKI. AIIUJHXIHI Slow ,Uolion Etllltlii pet peere is doing things in a hurry. Being lllll'llI1Il0VH'll ul present. she spenfls her time painting unusual lanflseapes. DAVID NORRIS GENERAL ACADEMIC If you succeed in joining the Navy, Weasel. you u'on't have much time for that hobby. sleeping. A sailor,s day starts early. ACTOR ANTHONY NICISZEWSKI GENERAL ACADEMIC Nick must like smiling faces since his pet expression is, 'Tlease smilefi Swimming runs a close second in his list of preferences. ANN!-I NOBILIO GENERAL ACADEMIC Elmer sits in her favorite class, Advanced Biology, and wonders about the day when she will be addressed as Dr. Nobilio. DOROTIIEA OLDENDIIRG GENERAL BUsINEss Dot groans, "Ye gadsf, in despair when anyone says, 'sl wish I were tallf, All Pow- ers Models are tall, Dot. TED PARITSZEWSKI COLLEGE ENTRANCE Red's mind turns to sports in the form of basketball, foot- ball and track. We can un- derstand grandstand players being his problem. SHIRLEY PETERS GENERAL ACADEMIC Shirl gained her nimble tech- nique for bowling from con- stant jiving to her collection of Sammy Kaye records. BARBARA LEE PRAKER COLLEGE ENTRANCE lt's plain to see that Barb is interested in music since she belongs to both the band and orchestra. Baseball is her hobby. RICHARD NIEMEL COLLEGE ENTRANCE Weare sure chemistry must be Dick's favorite subject-or have we confused it with his pet peeve? MARY ROSE O,CONNOR COLLEGE ENTRANCE Let's hope when Rothene learns to drive she doesn,t encounter trouble with the police. Tell them you were anxious to get to work, Mary. ROSE PALLATTO GENERAL BVSINESS Since Guy Lombardols or- chestra annoys Ro, we ima- gine she has not many of his records among her collection. LOUISE PASCIAK GENERAL ACADEMIC In addition to duties of bill- ing clerk at Stahlls, Butch's other interest is a dietitian's degree "When the Lights' Go On Againf' ALBERT POSTLE COLLI-ICE ENTRANCE Doc's worry is having his car break down. You should real- ly change your ambition from scientist to mechanic and save some money, Albert. WILLIAM PROSSER GENERAL ACADEMIC Pross didn't find much time for his hobby, sleeping, dur- ing assemblies. He claims they disturbed him. xi A A 'l- J I ,E NIARCE-Ll.l.A PRoIII.x CILNEIIAI. ACADEMIC Centleness is one of Marcelfs traits. W e are certain she'll be successful in whatever oo- cation she has chosen. JI-:ANI-:TTI5 RAINI:s CoI.I.I:cI: ENTRANCE "lL'gatl," exelaims Rainsie and she settles flown to learn those irregular French verbs. Her ambition -V to pass that subject. AIIDITII REITSCII COMMERCIAL "lt's tough." says Ard i e. "when one r'an't spentl as much time on a hobby as one wishes"--especially when that hobby is sleeping. liI.vIIIA RoDIcIQuI:z CIJNILIIAI, ACADEMIC As Roll dances to Artie Show's latest arrangement. she dreams about her favorite subject,-Anzeni ANN RIIDZINSKI CHNIIIIAI. ACADI-:MIC You may never hear Anne boasting of her accomplish- ments because conceit is her peezie, but she really is a whiz at a typewriter. "fm not kirlrlingf, BI-:TTY RINNINI: novo: IgcoNoMIcs h'ett's ambition is to be a rlress designer and eager cus- tomers are awaiting her. Pl-1'l'l-ZR l'I'I,I.MAN r:oI,I.I:cI-: IINTIIANCIL hl!lII1lI'l'l1g0u is a popular song with l'etroH, the soda jerk. Anal much like his itlol, ,lint- nzy Durante, he is interested in numerous activities. ARL!-INI-I RIcINnoI.1' C0 M M IIIICIAI. Arl gives her time to the Great Atlantic QQ Pacific Tea Company. Perhaps she'll be one of its l'.l'6l'Illl.l'PS some tlay. EI.I:AN0II RICHARDS GENERAL ACADEMIC "Glory be," exclaims El when she fintls something new for her knick-knack collection. But think of the rlust they collect. El. PIIYI.I.Is Ross I:uI.l.I:I:I1 ILNTRANCIL "Gena" says Phil as she tests the latest chemistry formula. Nurse or technician. what will it be? EIICI-:NIA RIIDZINSKI GHNHRAII BUSINESS ,lean's interest in geography results from her plans to trarel in the future. .Vean- while. her favorite haunt is the cinema. RIIA S.-Iss I:I:NI:IIAI. Isvslwrzss l,et's hope that Sassy can al- ways keep laughing, even when she meets a mop of un- ruly hair in her future occu- potion. D.A,R. L1 FRARY CO TEST GI-1ImII'DI1 ,lAI:I:I1II CoI.I.I1t:I1 IJNTIIANCIL Cocks hobby, tlrawing might leatl to her suc- cess as a cotnrnercial artist. Honor lllllj' Conte ma her scholastic accomplishments also. FLURILNCI: TONDI-QR-K HFICRETARI-Xl. cmmsiz .sW,01U.', says Flossie as she bangs the type- writer tlisgusterlly. antl wonrlers what to flu this erening after S'Tu'ilight Time.' AM.. LEGION RATORICAL WARD lLI.oI:IA SmI,IsI-1 IJHNIZRII, III'sINI1as Gong intentls to win II place as a rarlio singer. What will be your theme song. Gloria? lhlflllllllli Sf:IIoI4I,I. ul-LNIZRAI. Whafs the oerupation. rizrile ian or military. George? You hare lfept us guessing. ,XI Imm' SI:HImI1IxI:I: 1:ow1IvIILIICIAI. Ito you think that Auifs fa- l?0l'l'f8 expression, "Pardon me .lor living," is her excuse un- til she learns how to rlrive rarefully. NIIRJURII-1 SIII1I.Imm sl4'CRl'1TARlAI. We woulrl like to ash' Margie just what she rlreams about. lt's a 171.11011 it isn't Nelson lfrlrly. PIIYI.LIs SKIIIJII IQILNIIIIAI. ACADIIIIIIC Punkin just wants to be happy in the future. Right now she's busy with hunting anrl getting planes on time. What lfinrl of hunting? Lola SPARKS GENILRAI. Sparlrie's ambition in life is to hare curly hair. How van it be when swimming is her favorite sport? ,I num SI:IIILuILI.I. I:IfsINI1ss Syllfesterfs ambition. Na UI life. may soon be realizetl. Lefs hope he entertains his mates with a song or two-W lfrosbv style. Nl-xIu:exIII1T Sf:IIoI:NFI3I,IJ'I' ILIJNEIIAI. ACADEMIC Shanie's future pupils will probably use her pet phrase, "That's tough". in regard to those tllath. tests she will present to them. Prim: SI:mvI.I: GICNEKAI. Semp says that her favorite subjert hasn,t been origin- atezl, but cheerleading anal bowling hearl her list of ar- tiivities. YICTOR SIILIIACKI IQINILIIAI, His fast thinking and ability to repair ears will sore Vie from truilging down dusty roads in the ll. S, Infantry. SxI.I.II: Sion 1:oI.I.I1cI: INTRANCI1 "Keep tryingf Sloatie's mot- to will be ,oft repeated as she attempts to purchase her own rar. Hope sl1e,ll always be awake when maneuvering it about. JI'I.IA Suouowtx COMMERCIAL BOOKKIJEPINC Julie's hobby as a choir sing- er has ileveloperl in her a sense of timing. That may be the reason she canit tolerate late confers. 2 'Q 13' Q 'Q 9 :Ok I If fi 1 Lots Jr:-vw Smut. mast-zu.-u, ACAm:w1u: l,ois is the person who wants to be on time just onreg but wonders if she ean ever ful- fill her dream. sinre her in- terest is sleeping. wvll.I.l4'XI S1'onm' tpmklul. Atmumllc Wire sure Bill will llt'I'0lIIC a professional ping pong player sinee both his hobby and fa- vorite sport are this fast map- ing game. Dono'rln' S'I'1l"K tzrzwllul. .MIAIDEINIIII Stamp eolleeting will be a good hobby for this future Wave. Why the natty? To see the world. or is there another reason P linwm Svvnznsz 1:1-zwzlul. Attxmixllc lid simply r'un't stand girls putting make-up on in publie. l guess thafs where his fa1'or4 ite expression. "Oh nuts". names into the pieture. llmomls S'I'RA5hl-ll. GI-INHR-Xl. ,u:.urm1u: "Ho" has begun her eareer. So friendly and reliable a young lady will reaeh the top. 'XLICI-1 'l'r:.lA l2l'1Yl'1Il'Xl. ACADEMIC "Wy Dreams are Getting Het- ter All the Time." sings Al at llurphfs and visions herself in rnysteriously foreign plaees. w7II.l.lAM S1111-zcmil. czriwl-LMI. ACADEMIC Although Will is a carpenter during the summer. we lfnou' he would much prefer being out in the woods hunting. RllISl'1R'I' S1'nxsslsl'm: lil-IN!-ZR.-il. Covusti As nzueh as Strass hates get- ting up in the morning, he wouldn't mind if he could loolf forward to a day of hunting or -hshing. Imzmz S'rwtx urzsmml. .MPXIDIHNIIIT ll.'e's ambition is to get a good job which pays good money. lIon't give up hope. Irene. Tw Swnznsz CICNERAI. .MINDETNIIIT Ted appears to have high and heavenly ambitions while he listens to "Slardust". and ron- sumes rolfes at Cabofs. .lov 'l'AY1.on GI-INERAI. BVSINI-:ss At the present Tootie's job is being a hrs! elass soda jerk. but she hopes in the future to ber-ante a good blues singer. AIl'l'HllR 'l'om.1.m:u m:N1-:RAL ACAD:-:Mic Admiral will have to ehange his nielfname when he be- vomes an aeronautit-al engi- neer. Youll be working around planes not boats. Arthur. GLEN G AY ROPHY WINNE lCnw'Aun Zliillllli I 4 HHN EIC XI. .MI-KD!-IM IC lff e thought sports were top importanee in Zig's life. but it seems he would rather talfe orer foe s wagon and sell peanuts with "Tol1x"'. MARIE PROHASKA COLLEGE ENTRANCE Our G.A.A. president, Flash, has taken a keen interest in all sports. We are positive sheill make an excellent gym instructor. 44 AOA. SPORTS WINNER JOHN TONDERA MARY TRINKWALIJER GENERAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ENTRANCE Fer heaven's sake, Thunder, Trinky turns to her long as- if corny guys are your pet signments, but her mind wan- peeve, then why the strong de- sire to become another Bob Hope? RICHARD TIYSSINC GENERAL Say, Stuyfllebeaml Why the many hours in Kenmore? We're sure you're not picking tulips. ARLENE WEINHEIMER GENERAL BUSINESS Arl's career as a nurse will be a successful one if she keeps singing away her blues. We donlt think itls a big joke either. CHARLES WERTI-I COLLEGE ENTRANCE Chuck hopes his hobby, pre- dicting the weather, might lead to his becoming a big business man. What is your aim, Chuck-chief weather man? JEAN WEIGAND COMMERCIAL lean claims her pet peeve is people who "Always,' call her Red. They have a good rea- son though. WALTER WITTE GENERAL Maybe Buffs pet peeve is blonde hair, but that doesnlt check with the gal living at a certain number Sweeney St. ders to those sports activities for the next day. ELAINE URBAN COLLEGE ENTRANCE Sliver's pet peeve, being late, might be a warning to her fu- ture patients when she suc- ceeds in becoming an MD. ANN WERKLEY COLLEGE ENTRANCE Happy-go-lucky Ann ponders which is the rightest, "Hain't or Ainltv? Hope she knows when trying that exam for the Marines. FLORENCE WIECI-I GENERAL "Pm Beginning to See the Light,', declares Flo, speaking about the distracting subject, history. COLLEEN WILKE GENERAL COMMERCIAL Connie has shown her school spirit in her three years as cheerleader. She has done all right with her ambition, too. RIITI-I ZORKAS GENERAL ACADEMIC Staying home Saturday nights, this secretary reads books about journalism. Faint notes of '6Begin the Beguine" drift from the radio. '-we if M li ml '1 if llm'i:I.As BAssI:TT coI.I.I:oE ENTRANCE "Hi" was l2oug's usual greet- ing. Het he misses the old N. T. spirit while pursuing higher studies. FIIANcIs OI-AI.INsRI 1:I:NI:RAI. lfusiness or professional world, Frank? Let us hear the good results. IMIILTIII CIIoRNEv IQENERAI. Sports it is now for lfhorney. W hal will it be a year from now? Sports, of course. NURMAN DENK UILNERAI. Norm's friendly greeting to those in the cafeteria line hasn't been forgotten. The Navy enjoys him, too. HAI. GILMOIHL I:I:NI-:IzAI. As an N.T. swimmer he kept our hopes alive. We know he will make out well when he joins a new tearn in the service of our navy. RQIIERT ME1'I:AI.I' GENERAI. Bob is a pharmacist mate in the Navy. Right now his ad- dress -- naval station in Ha- waii. fIIIAIu.Es RAMsAv IQENERAI. Basketball was Chuck's hob- byg but now the U. S. Coast Guard occupies all his lime. BENJAMIN RAND COLL!-LGE ENTRANCE lf Neb follows his favorite sport. football. we assure him that he will have to drop that job "Staying out of other people's way". GEORGE Bl-LLLING GENERAL ACADEMIC We wonder how George ac- quired that nickname, Fog? Perhaps itls because he's al- ways whistling "S to r m y W eat.her." WYHSLI-JY BOWEN GENERAL Our trombone player, Butch, lists music for his favorite pastime. On that future day as he leads his own band, we can say, we knew him "when". CYNTHIA C0zAo GENERAL Dept. 15 receives Cynthia's at- tention. We hear, however, she hasn't neglected her singing. HENRY DONNER GENERAL Hank claims he would rather hx a car at his job as me- chanic lhan even think about his pet peeve, women. They are more puzzling than cars. FI-LLICIA KAZMIERSKI COLLEGE ENTRANCE Phyllis' smile will please many a weary patient. Success to our future nursel ROBERT PATTERSON GENERAL Certainly it's the Marines. Bob's abundance of energy can be used to advantage in this outht. BRUWNIE RYNKowsRI coI.I.EcE ENTRANCE Rink, a future engineer, en- joys staying at home after spending many months in the army. ls history his favorite subject because he helped make it? STI-ll'H l-IN SCARFUNE GENERAL This new man arrived from Rochester. "Hail and Fare- well", Steve. NIYRA SCIIMIDT ci:Ni:RAI. Myra can tell us the best irI the line of rations. A friend in need is a friend indeed. NoRMA TAYLUR c:I:NERAI. Norma will have to forget her hobby. sleeping, when she be- gins that new ojice assign- ment. lNlARll.YN SCIIWARTZ CTIMMERCIAL Lynn's pet peeve is false friends so maybe we can't blame her for wanting to be- come a mortician. They say that dead men tell no tales. CARI. ZIMNIERMAN Cl-INIAIRAL Vocational studies interest Zimmy now. Navy athletics or Army mechanics will be his choice. ST SALESMAN CECELIA M0sEs SHCRETARIAL Sis took time out from cheerleading to becomf the top senior magazine salesman. She is to be congratulated on her "swell" job with both We, the Class of 1945 of North Ton- awanda High School in the city of S North Tonawanda in the county of Niagara and the state of New York, being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish and declare this to be our Class Will and Testament. To the faculty-our sincere appreciation for their help in pulling us through. To the advisers-our many thanks for their work on the year book. To the class of '46-all the happy days that we have had. To the class of '47-the dignity and knowledge of the class of '45. To the class of '48-more and better programs in assembly. To Mr. Lowry--empty halls at 8:25 and 3:15. To Mr. Tierney-a bigger and faster car in 1946. To Mr. Cragbon-a perfect chemistry class of about fifty brilliant students. To Mr. Drumm-a book of lullabies for the new baby boy. To Miss Clary-a student body that returns books promptly. To Miss Brown and Miss Diebold--another girlls basketball team like 1945,s. To Mr. Roggow-victory without end. To the English teachers-classes that appreciate Shakespeare. To Miss S ichler-s peed in her shorthand and transcription classes. To Mrs. M illar-another gift from heaven like the 5th period health class. To Mr. W atts-more students interested in agriculture. To the janitors-vacuum cleaners. To the library--fewer dictionaries and more love stories. To the cafeteria-a carload of ration books. To the band-three cheers for the splendid work they are doing. To the Clee Club and orchestra-our appreciation for their fine performances. To the Bond and Stamp group-medals for their contribution to the war effort. To the football team-another victorious Thanksgiving Day game, To the city of North Tonawanda-football fans that go home right after the big game. To the basketball team-a successful year. To the boys of N. T.-pin-ups for their lockers. To the girls of N. T.-men . . . f what are they? To Teddy Reszel-a patent on his smile. To Dick Malis--Sebek's place on the team. To Alice N aylor-a few of Gloria Scalise,s curls. To those from Gratwick-private secretaries to write out their tardy. excuses. To the Cyscz, Hartburg and Donahue twins-best wishes from the Stypa, Tondera, and Swiercz twins. And this our last request-happy memories Of our Clays at N. T. Lastly, we hereby appoint the Class of '46 executors of this, our last Will and Testa- ment, hereby revoking all former wills by us made. In Witness W hereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names the first day of lune, in the year of nineteen hundred and forty-five. CLASS OF FORTY-FIVE Hotel De Alcantara P EQ Rio de Ianiero, Brazil April 14, 1955 Dear Audrey: I believe this is Pan American Week back in the United States. When I was in school celebrating the important event, little did I think that some day I would be in South America at an International Conference. The opening sessions were held today at the Monroe Palace. 'Doug Bassett, lean Bowen and William Bush of the Inter-American Lines chartered ships to bring malty of the delegates here. ,Ioan King's well-known helicopter, designed by Stuart Carney and john Kurnat, was parked behind the Palace. As I neared the magnificent building, I saw a flashbulb explode when Ben Rand of the NEW YORK TIMES caught Mary ,lean Cameron laughing at comedian lohn Tondera while they ascended the steps. 1 recognized many of the people in the foyer as former classmates of mine. In one corner Doctor Elaine Urban was absorbed in conversation with Doctor Robert Mueller, Doctor Peter Pullman and others whom I did not know. Mary Rose 0'Connor, who has lived in Brazil for several years while experimenting in her private laboratories, was visiting with them. The salon, colorful with national flags, was prepared for the distinguished visitors, who represented various professions. Irene Siezega, the presiding oficer, called the meeting to order. She explained that the purpose of the Conference was to share one's discoveries and knowledge with the rest of the world. Hollywood celebrities Marjorie Lorich, Ann W erkley, Bill jacques, Dot Oldenburg and Clarence Moeller took the floor to discuss the people's wants in radio, television and movies. Within a short time Anthony Clementino, Ed Zegler, Paul Carter, ,lack Dailey and Carl Hopkins held a discussion on sport needs. The meeting continued with Libbie Bohlen, Allen Hock and Edna Landers relating new and better ways of teaching. Later Pat Dujenski, Mary Moranis, ,lean Grehlinger and Ted Swiercz talked over the food problems. The meeting was concluded for the day, after Elizabeth Ackerman, Wilbur Amacher and Charles W erth told of the new trends of modern literature. On the way out, I overheard Lois ,lean Stahl, Ruth Zorkas, Sallie Sloat and Cae Jaeger arguing about the latest Paris fashions. The meeting will resume tomorrow morning. I had intended going to bed early to- night, but a ball was held in the Blue Room of the Hotel, so, I went down there, and lo and behold whom should I find playing but Bill Kohler and his Orchestra. What a surprisel I spent a wonderful evening renewing old acquaintances. Audrey, how is your new job as secretary to the famous lawyer, Walter W itte? 1 hope you like it! I plan to be here several weeks, so, I'll be expecting to hear from you. Very sincerely yours, M A RCA R E T '6The Intrudersv ANN CRAY JOHN JACOB Doms FIEDLER CI-IAIII.I:s Wiznrn "The Principal Cue PATRICIA Mimso ELIZABETH RUNNING DAVID Nomus Romgnr MIWPILLER BENJAMIN RAND JFOOTJLIIGHT SUCCESS Directors . Miss Patricia Petrie, Miss Mary Clancy Place., ......................I......4.,..,. N. T. Auditorium Date I,.. .. 4....r..,.,.... March 25, 1945 Properties ...e..... R. Brodfuehrer, D. Bishop Prompters. r.r, ..,,......,...,........V....,..I IN 1. O,Connor, B. Mansfield Stage Crew.. . . .. ,. F. Treichler, P. Running, W. Busch, R. Babcock Make Up ..,. . ...,.....,...,,....,.,.... J. Ewald, G. Lampson, F. Tondera Usherettes ,.,. . A. Teja, C. Fox, M. Trinkwalder, E. Urban, I. Siezega, C. Moses, J. Crehlinger, P. Semple st , xv tw "Tvmlvr Troupersv f ilumling: 1IuMu.r.s Wrinrn, lhvum qtlltltlb. BENJAMIN RAND. JOHN Mcon, Homzm' IVlm:l.1.i:a. Seated: i ll'11"l'Y RuNNlNc, l'A1'mclA Mluxso, 4,u.i.v Sl.oA1'. Doms l"n:nu:n, ANN inn. 1 "Backstage Baggage" A ilunaling: Pr:1'r:u RUNNING, GENEVA ,AMI-soN, FnANr:ls 'I'm:lf:ul.i-za, Wn.- ,O ,IAM Bnscu, R0lll'lR1'BAl!COCK, MARY lostl 0ifiHNNFlIt, lhgluzl. Mltvis. Seal- fl: BANIIAIKA NIANSFII-Zl,D, FLORENCE 'oNm:nA, Douornv Blsnor, Ro- ' mn: Bnonrlu-ziiiuzn, ,IANI-1 EWALD. ' M t X "ALMOST SUMME " NOTIIER year!! Another play!! Another hit!! Once again the Senior Class of N.T.H.S. has succeeded in presenting a comedy to the public. From the mischievous Junior to the understanding Father, the charac- ters were portrayed vividly hy capable student-actors, well-chosen by the directors. Before the performance, the Senior president reassured the audience hy her heart-warming welcome. The school orchestra, playing patriotic songs, offered entertainmentg and the usherettes, in their formal attire, added color to the auditorium. As the final curtain fell, enthusiastic applause hrought forth a curtain call and lauded the well-deserving cast. WE ENTERED our Senior Year, ideas of what we hoped to do buzzed through our heads. Ring, Cap and Gown, Hot Dog, and Prom Committees upopped usv in the face. We carefully chose the one on which we wished to work and the results produced a well organized class. Then one X period it started. The first hint that graduation was not too distant! The cap and gown committees stood hefore us with a measuring tape. Many comments were madeg hut we recalled that you don't get measured for clothes in the Army. "Hot Dogs for Sale, hot dogs for salef, is the welcome shout at foothall time, heard through the thick smoke and mouth-watering aroma of sizzling red hots. What would a game at N. T. he without those tasty delicacies? 'OMF Cap and Gown Left to Righl JEAN BOWEN, Lnzun: Bou- LEN, JEANETTI-I BIALOUF, CHARL1-:s WERTH, MARY TMNKWALDER, BIARVIS Hnmucu, Pima Si-ztvwuz. Hot Dog Left to Right Back Row: IREM: S11-LZ!-LGA. JEAN Gnsnmwcrn, NIARY lxl0RANlS. PX'I'RlfIlA Div JENSKI, AIARY Rosi: O'- CONNou, l.WAlllI:l PRoHAs- KA, PuY1,us Sxlvm, SAI,- Lua SLoA1'. Front Row: S'1'l1AR'I' CAI:- NI-zv, DAVID Nomus. fTEES M1 Ulf 'l'llI'l 'rvulc-sl lllrills nl lui ll svluml was 4-lumsin an class 5- 51 il ,,. . . .. . ring. llnw your l'c-gamllvss nl Will'-llllll' lIl1lIlilll0lIS., wv wvrv zllblv ln nlmluln un onyx M-lling. 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IMIIIUTIIY lhsunn' Prom lmfl In Right liuwlf Roux' if o I. 1. rx rx x Wnmz, lll'IR'l'lllllH Jftlfllllflll. RHIIKIVI' XlI'I'Zl.l.l'1R, Rl SSI-1l.l, .lxxqmsmg juni, Mm- :-zus. Hnx x Nl u' l.wn1-ina. Ilums IIICNIIY. Frou! Rum: flA'l'lll-IRIN rx l.l.mn1w'r1wn, jr:ANET1'r: Rurwzs. Rrzrm. Mun. lCl.I.r:w ll nunsnx. .lux lllnalnl Num. AY BACK in October, long before anyone even started to think of a MNorth Star" for 715, Mr. Parske began work on the first drafts. To him, his foresight, and ingenuity goes the credit of our yearbook. Months rolled byg finally that day in February dawned when volunteers for the staff met and discussed plans. Soon things began to rollg slowly at first, then faster as the deadline drew near. Typewriters clicked and would- be reporters and financiers rushed around gathering bits of gossip and picking advertisements. Miss Hanley assisted the editorial staffg Mr. Rahm, the business. Underclass reporters were: Phyllis Cary, ,Ioan Lowry, Alfred Schoelles, Frank Swiniuch, Jean Castellion. Finally the book was finishedg now we submit it to proval. We, the Staff, hope you enjoy it as much as we Vou. 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M- i '5?1v, " ' wgm. A ,g M 'W' Q- .QA 5 . ' J Su i? A 1 1, w .' Q ' F' "1 '34, Q, " , , ijgjfgysq 1 , 'wg'f12! -,Q 1' 13 tw: "'4ggf1"'1 tg Wu 453, 1 K Qu 5 M f , Juni w UN. 'H Y f X tv we . gm Q A ' J 71,53 xmsq -5' 1 is H UWM: J ff 4 uucms wII,NllN ':IK'NIif-'I' Wnuns Nh Frvs h nwn, lun N S11-,lw.n Juniors SM1 Kilim:-1 IH lim:-L KHINIIKH l,4'l'lHlIK Winn -Q., Sophmnnrvs MMLIUIIIH IMHN .lu1m W'II,Kkl SIIIHLLY ffzvsz xVll,l,I'XM Wnmgrp .low Luwm' CLASS UFFEICERK JUNIOR HONOR GROUP Row Two ALTON GARDNER, ELVIRA SAC- co, GERTRUDE OSINSKI, MAR- JORIE HowART1-I, DAv1D GRER- LINGER, NIARIE HAMANN, lNlAR- GARET FINDLHY, ALI-'RIIDA Wu.- czmc, Rmn:RT SOBACINSKI Row One Viougr ANDREr1s, MARY Rosa MISHKO, CATHERINE STAL- TER1, RITHA BOUDREAU, Don- OTHY BAUER, MARION Eccrzu, P1-rYl.1.ls CARY, RIYTH l'lASEl.Y. HONOR ST D NTS Aboard For '46.-Anticipating an exciting voyage the class of 74-6 hoisted its sails and embarked in the fall of 742. Newly elected ollicers introduced various ship activities. Vlfhile the ship's company was getting its sea legs. D. Burzychi captured the C.A.A. honors. ln the third lap of the trip, a greater number of knots were made. S. Celose, cheer- leader, and A. Buryta, twirler, won coveted berthsg A. Duplicki. C. Hall, N. Demsky and J. Wactowski carried off the honors for boys' athletics. Despite a few high waves, the sailing has been good. The work now at hand is the preparation for landing on solid ground toward which all crew members are steering. Through the Keyhole.-Let's take a stroll through the halls of lY.T.H.S. Up in Room 32, there seems to be a general panic among the feminine portion of the class. Why? Oh. it's Miss Stekl's biology class and a frog is being dissected. Proceeding to Miss Rice's Latin class, we find her painstakingly trying to explain the Sequence of Tenses to Norman Carpenter, who sadly exclaims, Mltls all Creek to mef, Room 22 reveals Charlene Saunders receiving a geometric explanation from Miss Monacell. ln glee club, we hear William Kasbaum trying to imitate either Sinatra or Tibbettg we can't tell which. A visit to the hard-working typing and shorthand classes ends our trip. We Frosh.-Wie arenit very bright-but we get one-fourth of the good marks. lVe are shy, unassuming---but we make a quarter of the noise in school. We donlt like to blow our horns too muchfbut we have our share of places in band, orchestra. and other school activities. Without us, can you picture the low attendance records and troubles of Mr. Tierney? Wie donlt like to bragfbut North Tonawanda High would be only three-quarters as good asitis..... IF IT WERENT FOR THE FRESHMEN ! lfnw l"nnf.- Xlxmlx tlmnwmxx. Kr:xwz'l'n: Smmpri. Cmul.n llmzulwrzlclc. CIIMKLIQS S'l'll.kKlf1S. Fum- l1.nu'x XX xvmn nx, Ihnmrr Ikmvm. Yu:'nn: Muvrzlcs. lion' 7'!nfw: IH: I. HI-.NlI.I.. Jmux Ilxnnl-.n. xyKlA'l'HI lhmm, llnNA1,n llmzlc, 1211-xlumzs LINIISAY. ,lnnzs Iim,r.ncN. xlII,'l'lbN XX XIQIKIAPVL Nmmu I'1N1Ql.l'1, R081-IIVI'Gl'lhl'1I'I'H'l"I'l. Ruznxnn Bmui. Rum Tn-Us 1 uuu. llmzw-.n, Kl.u:sa Iiurzn. IIKICNIC 'l'urEm:, Pm'l,l.ls Sf:1lwnuc'l'z. liosuvw Klms. Imzxlc IH um, UIJPIKIK Ilmcu. Nmmx llvru. HI'Il.l'1N l'11-Alsxl, llolm Gllllllklfl. Ahllllllil-lN1' Iklclsll. lfuu' Um-: xIKl7I'III Nluu.. hm S'nmm'. NI-nun J.-xcms, CAIHDI. PIILXKIHIIK, AUDIIICY V14:1:lI.M:lw:, Ih:l.lcw WVIN- Nlmx. Nluu mm Iinnm. ,lun hmm. Sumu-xx Illcm-Ll.:-Llc. ,l,u:r,ul'1l,lNlc SIIHIIIHIL SIIIRIAICY Sllixmin. Iffm' 7'!m'w,- Ilmxm Smeuzxxfm. KIQNNIJIAII Zxwrmw. IJUNALU S1Ill0lCl,l,, Homin S,x'r1'l.r1lulu:. Ummm: llummm. Num' flu I.. Klum, IAZKIKI-1XNlI1l. RH'-x 'I'mmvsuN. ROIEICIVI' EH-IIA. AIKNUIII ,MMI-is. limimzu FVKICIVUNI4., ffl-.llIH,Ii f.KN'I'II.llflN. lfuw Tim: XWIHLINIX HIKICI-.N, ,Inu xlf1I,l'1XN. .Ilan Mcllluvv, Emmm Il0nvA'l'll. DIANML lmilmmz. l'1l.llMll-Q'l'll lix xxx, .lu xr. l4xwr.1'l, Num lixul-plmx. Klum' S1'm'l4:wmx, l':lAIl4Iil'.'I'll Pr:Nnl,r11'oN. DolmTm' lllxwrzns. Run' Huw: 'Xvmrru tivrll. .II nrru I'nxKlcn. lJuu.r1NH Bl win, CIINHIAICNI-1 ,lon-wwf, lIm.r:N INIm'r1lzs. Khin:- IINI, tfzm ll mx, XHHJIXIK Ilnx1x4,Am. Mun' s'N1UIAl'VxKI, SIllHl.I4IY Sxlmmlu. DUINDTIIY Fmwctzui, IIl'II.l'1'X wl,1XXI'.lK. DPHOMOIRE f i HONOR STUDENTS FRESHMAN A HONOR STUDENTS E l E 2 NV DEPARTM N S Guidance.-The Guidance Department, which consists of a director and six counselors, uses standardized tests, questionnaires, and personal interviews to help students academically, vocationally, and socially. Its ultimate aim is to assist each student to establish and achieve objectives in life which are meaningful and worthy for him, socially desirable, and attainable in the light of his background, ability, and development. Old Friend-New 0Hice.-The Oflice of Vice-Principal, which was organized in lY.T.l'l.S. for the first time this year, has general supervision over attendance and discipline. Absenteeism, tardiness, excuses, and rule infractions of all types are dealt with by this ofhce and students who commit violations find themselves sooner or later at headquarters in Room 7. Vice-Principal Earl H. Tierney is assisted by his Secretary. Mildred Urban. and a large staff of student volunteers without whose help the Work of this office could not be accomplished. e MR. HOUGIJTON E r Director of Guidance MR. TIEHNLY Vice-Principal it Miss URBAN Secretar y X' X f X X Z! f XL" xv, xf ff I X f f . f fmx 1" ,fx AXNXX f fg ,ffx KX 1 xv ' ' 'N f' ,f 1' '1 , 'uf x f f x - : X 1 ' x , 1 . 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I':HNI,N'I Xxuuirx l'unl,1x IM: um VIIITURYI fmfl In lx'I',1!fll l,llYI,I.lN Lum' Mun ll1.Slxmw1 .ll'I'k'Nl'.'l'l'la N1'u,m'r' Wll.l,lu1 w'IKlulLl'1 Nl nu, KIKIJI' lix x ICH Rl"l'Il llmzxm Xl-un MOI!-KNIx Mn, NI'lI!slIlll'.IA N Y Rlmmlm ,Inu uv lunw Molmxu GAME CULQR-BOND CREW OR many years the orchestra has continued to increase, and has acquired a wide variety of instruments, including a well developed brass section. At present, the orchestra consists of forty-two musicians who should be commended for daily giving an extra period and foregoing some privil- eges, which pupils who remain in homeroom enjoy. Miss Mary Zielinski, our energetic director, deserves our appreciation for relaying to us the finest and best techniques from the concerts of the professionals. A few of the more talented musicians are chosen to represent N. T. yearly at the New York State Sectional Conference. Here they meet out- standing directors and artists. The orchestra also participates in the Christ- mas program, the Senior play, Commencement and a special musical as- sembly. The grand finale is a concert for parents and friends. This year's study included compositions of Rudolf Friml, and selected melodies from Florenz Ziegfeld,s ufiio Ritaf' ' RC HES Row Four: Bxlmum PRRKI-IR, TWARY Lovlsi: Risnzs, CIINIILES Fnmsiz, Cnfmrl-Qs Jouvsox Bkllb BITRGHARD, Jmies F'Xl'I.HABl-IR, Witsuzv Bowlcw, Rixvmoxn CARY, Rom-:RT Giiissvmziri NolmAN ENGLH, Nomu B1'T1,i1R, JI-:AN MCGRAW. lVl'ILDRl'1D LAMB. Row Three: ALLAN Hocx, ELIZABETI1 NIMETZ. GLENN Coommzn, Iluaw P1 mn Donoruw HINNI-nas, JEAN HAsiLLi3Y, Bmrmcu WKYILKE, BLRXJARD GRzEBINsKI. Row Two: Fmwces RYCZAJ. Fmwfzes PASISIINYK, ACATHA lxIARAZITA, Choker: CNHTHIION Hicmzw Rom: F1.oRi-:Ncu CRZHBINSKI, Cmcol. Pmmli, JEAN MCLEAN. Front: Pnvuis Ross, Sl1IRI.liY ffl-LH!-Ll.l-IR, DowALD Hocic, Elizuzizrn Grraiweia, Rlcimno MUKA .lmrx Sl.xTTi:m'. IRHNE Pmrxic. f' :ut ' mms-s r 'asfsxw iiztz w i - Hlf. li.-XlNlJ llzul u wry Sll1't'0SSllll svuson. As usnnl llwri- ure' mori- rmwnlu-rs in lllv lnnnl llmn llIt'l't' uri' nnilorins. Al pri-sont sixty-nvv slnili-nts. six lwirlvrs. unml ai ilflllll lIlilj0l't'lltl vnjov oullilsg onr 1li1'm'lor liopvs llns will some' mluy lm llw lll'lVlll'gt' ol 0vvryom'. Most pvoplv will aigrfw llnll N. 'l'. luis llw lwsl lnnnl in Wvslvrn Now York. lls ollim-rs for thi- your ziro: l'l'4'si1l4'lll, Wvslcy llowvng xYll'1'-l,l'0S- iili-nl, lic-in-l Mavis: Se-mf-la1l'y, ,lean Ulslwy, :incl Tl't'ilSllI'l'l', lll'lll'1' Hurg- lnml. 'flu' lull inc-nilwrsliip of llw lrannl uppvairs all vvc-ry lltlllltx ganno Wlll'I't' lllll'1'l'f'Ill lornmlions unil snappy IllilI'l'll0S give' inspiration to lrolli fans annl lln' lvznn. A5Sl'llllllli'S also uw lligliligllls on lln- sclwmliilv. Thi- uniniul spring i'om'vrl was lwlml lVlill'1'll lWl'Illy-St'Vf'llllI. Mr. llonulcl Slwurc'r. whose vupulnlf- ililvvliilg has inzulc' llll? lrannl so ontsluncling, is looking forwziril to inorc- lop lJl'l'l'0l'lIlilIll'l'S next your. f AND Row hu: liom-.lc ,llil4.H4s, .Min lloizx. Jxmas lIAicNr3vu.i:. CIl'XliI.lCS l"Iil1lsl41. w'll,l.IfXM l"ol,l.i:woln'. flllklilllis IINDNKY, l'xi 1. YM Nooiiniius. Wizsiiw Bovvm. Rmrmomn CARY. Row I"i1-rg Iloum llofzx, IJm1l1'in fInlin'l1',x, CIIAIILES Fox, linwix SIIIINLIAI.. BNIKIKNRX I'uAm:n. Hgnxow w,'NI.'l'l'1IKN. Noimw Mi-wizns, Bin mg BIRGIIAIQII. RAYMOND l,r1x1'mw. ll-n.xiN MHl,I.l'lVI'lllNE. l':lll2lifNl-l Wiutzizx. Row Four: fInxin.i1s,lonxsoxmlonw JACUli,,ll'1AN 0l.skm', SAM Cici.oslc. Hlciiiil. Nl-mls. fl'kllMl'II.l.X ll-uziin. lou Lownv. l'il.sll-I Bowan, J mnzs l".uri.iifnn1n, Eumzsw lioiuzowurz. Rum Tlirw-: Iii-Lnxxnn UHZHIINNKI, ,losiirn BI lu"1'fx, ,lonw Cn Sl'Il'I'lC'l"l'l. ,lonx llUllT. ,lmiv Sl.A1"i'l41lu', Fion- INCIC liimficixsxl, IJHIHJTIIY Curio. ANN l'il.Il,NliI41'I'll GIiM'X1ll'1, Doioin-is F-unxo, Anxoin Jxnips. Roi: I n NlI'l'l-l'I"l'l. Row 1'wn: liumx lilbllllllllfll. .-Kwiiow Com xnso. Lom lxlklfl Diiuliizlx, Wllllll-KW! l'wUIi'l'll, Norm.-x Bl'1'1,i:n. fnunis liximv Nun rx' IlHn'ir'n Fill K Hulsx xlllllil-l Inna Nix l'l io Xlxnl ini lui 1 '. lil.: 1 A . 05' .1 , . .l IJ , . -IIY ' FI . '.U I . C. RllI!Iull'I' M l,XkN'l'l1.Il. l'1lIlI.' Mn. Srnznn-An. Roni-Ln Klnzimcn. Domino Home, lvlllill-HCI. ZINNI. Dowm Somzx, Ailrin-:lm Srriiom.u1s. Nonuu l'iNlilll'.. Row Six: J. URBAN. R. LEWIS, R. HARTBIIRG, D. CARRHTT, R. FOSTER. C. Lixns-xv. D. Nfxcn- REINER, J. KASPER, H. MFIRRILL, R. GOSCH, M. RASCII. Row Five: F. WILINGARTNI-:R, P. REszEI., R. BOWEN, R. BIICIIART, J. FORD. W. HARTIIIIRG, A. JAIvII:s. D. LEwls, J. DIscIIINcIgR, J. VAALER, R. PULLILN. Row Four: R. LOSITO, C. P-xzui. J. SCHIMSCHACK. B. WNVILKH, E. Hns, F. S1'AIIRm', R. Tnowiv- son, N. GAIII., A. Jonrfsow, M. LANE, M. NoI.AN. Row Three: M. TWTARSO, M. MILLIIR, E. LIIIII-LRTI, D. BILRNT, D. CzYz, L. SCIIIIMACIIILR. M. R. MIsIcIIo, F. KOKOSZKA, I. STOREY, D. BOOTH. Row Two: M. PARRISH, H. JOYCE, B. TWTANSFIELD, P. CARY, Jmm Bowen, A. MlcKI1I.sEN, J. WII.SON, T. PAscIAK, D. FARINO, D. FRAZILR. Row One: N. SHI-IRK, D. SOBOCINSKI, F. TRRICIILER, P. PIII.I.wIAv, J. GI:sI:R, MR. DRIIMM, J. WVACTOWSKI. W. FRAZER, E. ZEQLILR, R. MUELLER. STUDENT C U C I ES, North Tonawanda High School has a Stlldfjlll council again this year. The purpose of the organization is to provide the students a form of self gov- ernment. Last fall each homeroom elected two representatives, while the larger study halls chose four students to represent them. This group numbers about sixty. Each Vlfednesday during the X-period, they meet under the leadership of Mr. Herbert Drumm, and discuss ways of aiding the student body. The chief project of the Student Council this year is the preparation of a hand- book for our freshmen. It is hoped that this book will solve many problems, as well as answer numerous questions which present themselves in the minds of our IIew students. Surely, the Student Council is a democratic institution conducted by the stu- dents for the students. W--.Q- lfnw lfnur: Mic. tlimriunt llxxln iiItIiIlIilNlLl'lIt. Ari.:-LN llmix. Rllllltllfl' 5iI'l'1IiI.I-llt, RIT!! tluzkmi. Tllfililllul - Hl'.Nll'.l.. Bxlucxlu I,Il'XKl'.It. Hun Row: ixllwlillll. lfnw Tluw: ,lou .'xI.'l'NlK1l'QIK, xl-KIIIIJN tltmimxx, Ut'1lt'l'ltllll-Q AIXIQICI-IR. ,ll-iw lluizlizr. Nl.-un' lm in-. Rm: 5, .lun UIIALNIKN. I'mi,l.1s Rum. Muni,-miri' l'iXNl'1It. lfnu' Tum: Nlfuur: l'utnrukx. Iltl-.Nl-L Simi-:t.x. NI-un ,li-:xx fiXNIlt1ttllN. xi-Xltlitltlfl' lflxlri.-xi. l,llYl.l.Is flung l'Ii.lzAiu-1'i'ii Ilmiiizx, Al num' Sfriiimizmm. .lmNi'1'r'ri1 MAl.mw'. lfnw Um-: Lux Kit:-1i'i'uAvtLii. I-Inwuum Zr,tai.i-Ln, PAIN. C-uinzn. NATHUNAL HUL t UR S GCN-QTY L lIAlt,M1Tl'iR, sc-hultirsliip. lf'zuif'l'siiip. :mtl svrvivt- am- ther prinviplt-s whivil quztlify at stuttvnt for zttttiiitturivt' lothu Nzilimiztl Honor Suvicty. Our vllatptvr im'Iucl4-s im'nilwrs with at with- vuriuty ol' inlvrvsts and itivus of wliivli wt' am- pruuti. , , . . - . . . - lin' month ut Uvtoln-I' toumt tht- autumn it-uws falling. but in tht' minds oi nur sm-it-ly nic-mlwrs :ww lIlltil'I'liliiiIlgS wort- just In-ginning to lilnsstmi. A Hulluwt-'tin Hop, writ- with tlungling St'ilI'Ol'l'0WS and glaring punlpkins. was tliv upvning zifiiuir of tht' svzlsmi. lnipressivt' t'c'r't'll1ul1it's in ,lilllllilfy ilftlllgilt :ww nivntlu-rs. lfxt-ilvriit-ill lDl'txVlliil'ti at ull sltlisvqtlt-lit tm-vtings lwvatltst- of thc- plains lu 4-nlt-rtuin 'l'utiuwuiittzt's t'ha1ptc'r. An l'Vl'Ilillg ut tht' country vlulr was thv st-lting fur nur annual lmilqlwt. A ft:-r-tlinm-r 1iZllll'illg pmvitlt-ti at ft-stiw ztllimsplwrt- for tilt- Ul't'ilHitlll us swisliing i'Ul'IlliliS tiottmi tilt' tiillll't' floor. Our llmmr Sm-it-ty has shown and inspirvti tilltiutltilvtt svtlool spirit and t-:mpc-rutimi throughout tilt- yvur. Mztytht' spirit l't'IllililI allways. CLUB with its objective to cheer the boys iI1 service, is our own N. T. Service Club. Organized in November 1943, it has since sent a monthly letter to over 650 former N. T. students. Besides the boys in the States, their buddies iII Alaska, India, Belgium, Guam, Dutch Guinea, and numerous South Pacific islands receive Mliittle Lulufi The paper usually consists of two or three pages and is chuck full of sports, activities, messages from teachers, letters from servicemen, and bits of humor. The Service Club was instrumental in starting the drive for the HONOR ROLL, now iI1 the lower center corridor. The paper has been financed by benefit dances, the selling of pictures, aI1d student contributions. Florence Hromowyk, first president but now a graduate, is the editor. No member but a willing worker is Jeanette Malouf who mimeographs the paper. The oflicers of the club are: President Isabelle Lewis Vice President , Eleanor Oshier Secretary . Dorthy Najuch Treasurer , A . Phyllis Simmons S l I V HIC E C LU Row Four: MARY NoBII.Io, ELAINE HILS, NTARION HARNISCH, MARIE MCCOI,LITM, RUTII KOKASKA, FI,oRENcE BICCOLLUM, ADELAIDE CLEMENTINO, VALENCIA PROCK, JEAN PLATTER, DONNA TIIII-:I.E, Row Three: Miss CLARY, MARILYN SCOTT, BETTY POERSCHKE, DOROTHY LUBHRACKI, ACATI-IA MARAZITA, PEARL STOBNICKI, lu.-XRILYN SHERMAN, EDITH RODEN, HAZEI. NIILLER, ARDITII MAIII., JOSEPHINE ScARFoNI:, HELEN PIPAI.sRI. Row Two: LILLIAN NILES, DoRoTIIY CoscINsKI, PHYLI.Is SIMONS, DoRoTIIY NAJIICII, IsAnEI.I,E LEWIS, MARY Fusco, ELEANOR OsHIER, DOLORES 0,KONSKI. Row One: JEAN SHEPPARD, MARGARET EXNER, AUDREY HARMs. e' ' ' fX'l'l'l! l'lXl'lIS1'lll lJa-tvnlionlnsfrc-poi'l to Mr. 'liivrm-yis ollivv. Yvs. lwginning ullli lliis sm-nu-slvr. rooni T is vc-ry in-ll known lmy niany a stutlvnt as it is now ilu' vt- ol' our flirt-vtor and assistant print-ipal, Mr. Tit-riu'y. Looking into it ont- i in linml a group ol' lrusy worlu-rs sliullling papvrs wliilv taking cart- ol' llli' altvn- tl um- lor llu- slay. Ui-1-asionally a wamlc-ring pupil stops in to Ullill xsitli tht- lioss. lu a 1-lu-4-rl'ul atinosplwrv. llu- stall' 1-arrivs on tlux tlaily routine- witll 1-llit-in-in-y uul 1-oopc-ration. fin-at at-luis-vc-invnt lias lm-n Illiltlt' in lun-ping a 1-losv t-ontavt will all slumlm-nts 1-om'c-rning tlililil'I'1'lll maltvrs. . ,,. . . . Uliviously Nlr. lu-rm-y. Miss ltrlvan antl llu' gvmwal lwlpvrs llilY4' a task to lul- lillg liut i'1-gzlnllvss. 1-vwylllilig is running smoothly. Sll1'l't'SH lias lwm-n inatlv in lu 1-ping unilorinily in Sl'lIO0l antl wt- liopv tlw good work is mlisplaya-tl in Ilia' lulurv il1'llVllI1'S ol tht- svliool. N4-w illl1'lNlilIll'l' nwtliomls to lw installvtl nvxl ycar Slllblllll givt' liotll ilu' slu- qle nl anxl tht- svliool l'Yt'll groalvr protc'1'tion llllllll'V1'I'lN'f0I'1'. A I TEt AN CE CR V Rau' Four: PI-Qkltl. Woomnimac. DllIlll'l'llY NA.u4:u, Douoim' tlosclxsiu. Ninn' Kirixsxl. xll'ItlhI, lx1',l.l.i. .ll-.xx Win:-xxim, fXi,u.i. llltlMNl'Xlx. ,ll'.uNi:'i'1'i: llxvuzmow. l,oiuc-nxt: Linux. Huw Tlmzv: lbonoim' Wn1i.oszYNsKl, Hl'l'l"I'Y l'oi1ics4:iim1. ANN Gini. liimvum fitllsll-1Wskl. Mimi llIi.SI'N1U'Nli, wlII,I,I'XfYl Bvsitn, ,louw wri'Uf'l'NVVSKl. Rlvru forums, ilu-Iwi-1 l.llH1lu4'kl. Row Two: NI-un' Ki:11l.i-iv. Aww Runziusxt, lJouo1'm lull.-Klilllilt. Ilonoim' Kuzi-:Luminal-nn. Nlninu-.n Iii-,unxs. Lois ,haw STNIII.. Stun: Siowr. Noiuwm l-'iu'11:k. Hou' Um-: Ninn' 'liltINKW'KliUlilt. limiwrz Uiumu, ,IANIQ liwup. N-um' Iloiuzs, Rosipxiixiu' lfuxxu. Nl un' Nlouxxis. LEE CL - "Singin, Susiesn Row Two: BETTY Ruuw, EIINI:s'I'INI3 SI:IIIII.T Ron: Lmmm, LOIIAINI1 NII1sI1, Jem WACl2flNPlR, EIIITII NAI0I:I,I', GI.oII BIsIIoI', ,lusI-:IIIIINIL SCAIII-'owI:. ,IM GII,I.IvIAN, CI.'I'I'III-:IIIwI: S1'.xI.'I'I:II CI:I1I1I,IA Mosh. Row One: DEI.0IIIs BILNCAI., AIIIIIIILY G0I.I:I GI-:IIALIIINIL CAIvIAIIIII:, CIAIIIIL Ton LIICILI3 IIUFFIIAN, IJUNNA Rui AI.IcI: BIIIIMIIN, I-'I.oIII:NcI: AICC!! LITM, Nl.-klill-I RlCCOI,l,l'lV1. GI-:IITIIIII BIIZI-:zINsKI, IWAIKILYN EI.I.IoTT. "Musical M issvsv Row Three: CIIAIII.I:I:N ,loIIANNs, LUIS KIIHIINIQI Lms STANGE, JIIYCIL EWINIQ, CAIIII HI'I:III1s. JILAN MCMIIIIN, I':I.l-ANU OsHII1II, III-:LIN BI-:wvvA.III:, RIIII MIII:I.I.I:R. Row Two: EI.AIxI-: FICTZI-IH, lWNR.I1JIiIH IJILAI DoI.uIII:s JI3NImIIAszI:K, MAIIIII KRI I'I', KATIIILIIINIL KIIIINAKI-:II HAZEI, WALII, BI-:TTY GIAILT, VII GINIA ZAYATZ. VIIIGINIA GIIHILN. Row One: ANNAIIILLI, S'I'IIAssIII'II1:, Drums I,Ic:Il' VIIIGINIA ANIIIII:I:s, HITIIA BIIIIIIIIIQAI ANNI: TuwIKINsoN, DIIIIIITIIY LI'III IIACKI, BI-LIINICII HI Mu, lJuI.oIII BOWEN, DoI,oIII3s DIIAIQIL, fIAImI.IN BI.oxnIN. LUIIIIAHI1 0sIIII:II. s'Futur0 Crosbysw Row Two: NIIIIMAN GIIAIIILS, AIIIIILII Nowm RICHARD KAwIIxIsIIcI, RoIzI:II1' KHIIII' CIIIITIs WXl.1'FINlXlJPI. GIIN V9 I1vI1II RICHARD HI RDISS, WIIIIMI KAf UAIIIVI, ALI-'IIIJII KIII:I1II,-x. Row One: ROIIILIIT BIICIIIIAIIDT, JAM!-is CMI-I-:I EIINI:sT Woons, GILIIIIY S1'II.Ig: ROIIILIIT MII.I,I1II, RIIJIIAIID SClll'I.Tl IIIIWAIIII KOIIIIIII. 1 v i Q 1 1 . 5 1 1 1 i Q i . , , f i I i 1 Q 1 3 S X 1 1 1 i v I E v 1 A i X 5 3 - 5 : 1 o . K r l'I'H the return of only one letterman and a new coach, Lorenzo Castiglione, the red and hlue's swimming team drew on its younger talent to uphold the tradition of N. Tfs Hghting mermen. Every dual meet saw N. T. within a few points of an initial victory. Although lacking that extra 'goomphi' to put them over the top, the boys still showed that old N. T. spirit. The gain in experience for many of our swimmers should prove a henefieial factor in the years to come. Those who qualified and received letter awards were: Hal Gilmore. Ahno Peters, Fritz Wi'iglit, ,luju Warlx. and lfliy lillander. An innovation in the Niagara Frontier swimming schedule this year, was the presentation of the Syracuse Cup to the winner. The prize was taken hy Kenmore. Mr. Castiglione is quite conhdent that in the future it will he North Tonawanda whose name will decorate the cup. WIMMING 5. -:isf.,f 1 sl Q fs. .- A Team Row Two: G ip o n u r: 'l'i:T1'r:n, W A L 1' E ii Nonozrw. A l.nl-:RT IFFl.ANDl'1R, HM. Cu,Moiu:. Fmzn Wincnr, WlI.I.lAM Simnrvi. Row One: Howum Wlnnc. RICHARD Bono- wnzc, Arnizirr MARTIN, Ti-:D KAR- 7 vmic, Pmrzn Ri'NNiNe, LAW- iozrsmz Pimzli. 4 '-A B Team Row Two: Ruzufuum Bovuz, Jfxivuzs ll0l.l.lfIIt Wn.soN Fnftsrzn, JOHN Plw 'ronAK. Row One: Jfxmips Wn.xi:, tlmuw lWl'1llll.l., Gil.m:n'r NFIAI., lhzcroli lwACHAllY. FOOTBALL RETURNINC to an eight-team league, the football season of l944 was more colorful and more exciting with eight schools showing what they had. However, it can truthfully he said that no other team, including Kenmore, showed greater ability, teamwork, headwork and plain fight than did our own Lumberjacks. Under Coach Norm Roggow and his assistants, Al Maglisceau and Lorenzo Castiglione, N. T. blazed through its schedule with power that has equalled some of the great elevens of our gridiron history. Leading off with St. lVlary,s in a pre-season game, the boys scored 55 to 0. After that Lackawanna, Trott, Lockport and LaSalle were crushed bythe steamroller. The Kenmore game was a hearthreakerg through it, we lost the championship. This lowered the boys, confidence in themselves, for they were nearly defeated the following week hy Niagara Falls. They recovered, however, and showed Tonawanda on Thanksgiving Day the power that was in them. Ignoring Tonawandals touchdown in the very first quarter, N. T. unveiled its ability and scored 14 points to bring a grand season to a close. ST. MARYS wwf? L+? 'ik' SCHEDULE N.T. A 55A LACKAWANNA AA I4 AA TROTT .A,,4 LOCKPORT LASALLE A KENMORE FALLS AA 34 A A 30 TONAWANDA A I4 A Visitor 0 0 A 6 7 0 A 18 A 6 6 Row Three: PAUL CARTER, JOHN FORTON, JOIIN GI-:sER, GEORGE HALL, EDGAR MOELI.k1R, JAMES CAMARRI-:, CARL WOLCAST, NORMAN DEMSKY, ROBERT PATTERSON, ROBERT MUEL- LER, COACHES AL MACLISCEAU, LORENZO CASTIGLIONE, NORMAN ROCGOW. Row Two: GEORGE TETTER, WIl.l.IAM SCHRA- DER, RUSSELL JANOWSKY, SAM DEVITO, WIL- LIAM PROSSER, RICHARD TUSSING, CLARENCE NIOELLER, CARL ZIMMERMAN, GERALD KRlIPP, PETER CANE, JOHN TONDERA, DONALD ZASTROW, TED PARIISZEWSKI. Row One: CARL HOPKINS, EDWARD SCHULTZ, FRANCIS OLEKSAK, ROBERT DUERR, JOHN WACTOWSKI, WILLIAM JACQUES, ANTHONY CLEMENTINO, DMETRI CHORNEY, EDWARD ZEGLER, NICK SEDEK, ALEX DIIPLICKI, JOHN DAILEY, GLENN JANOWSKY. LETTERMEN F. OLEKSAK, Capt. A A Center R. DUERR AA,A.AAA AAAAA A A AAAAAAA Center J. DAILEY ,AAA AA A Guard A. DUPLICKI A AAAA A,....A G uard A. CLEMENTINO AA A A Guard C. HOPKINS AA AAAAAAA A Guard R. TUSSINC. AAAAAA A AAAAA Guard G. TETTER AAAAAA Guard E. SCHULTZ AA A AA Tackle G. JANOWSKY A A A Tackle N. DEMSKY AAAA Tackle C. HALL AAAAAAAAAAAAA A AA End C. ZIMMERMAN AAAA AA AAAErui W. SCHRADER AAAAAA A .End P. CARTER AAAA A Q-Back J. WACTOWSKI Q-Back T. PARUSZEWSKI AA Halfback D. CHORNY A AAAAA Halfback E. ZEGLER AAAAA A AAAA Halfback N. SEBEK AAAAAAAA AAAAA F ullback W. JACQUES AAAAAA. AAAAAA F ullback J. HOLLER .AAA A AAAAAA Manager D. J ETTI-LR AAAAA AAAAAAA M anager M. POPOVICI A AAA.AA Trainer Varsity Row Two: WILLIAM STOECKEL, NICK SEDEK, CARL ZIMMI-ZRMAN, C H A R L E 5 RAMSAY, RAMON SODEN. Row One: FRANCIS Zsisz, DMETRI CHORNY, EDWARD ZEGLER, T H A D D E U s PARUSZEWSKI. B Team Row Three: PAUL RESZEL, NORMAN DEMSKY, THADDEUS RESZEL, RICHARD MALI,lS, EDGAR MOELLER, FRAN- Cls MACI-IABY. Row Two: R O B E R T SCHWECLEII, ROBERT BOWEN, JOHN WACTOWSKI, DON- ALD FRONCZAK, ROGER HELWIC. Row One: ALFRED W O I. A N Y K , BROWNII-I PALKA, PAIII. CARTER. SKI TBA L HIS year,s basketball season fouIId North Tonawanda with a fair and high-spirited team. To all who followed the schedule, it was a utopsy- turvy" affair. The varsity met with several reverses but whether win Or lose, the fellows fought hard to keep N. T. on top. They went down fighting. The Red and Blue started at a rapid pace and at the half-way mark the records showed six wins in eight starts. Then defeat struck in the next five encounters. However, the early seasOII winning spree tied N. T. for fourth place with Tonawanda and Trott. Playing our Macross the Canalu Opponents, the boys dropped the game in a thrilling encounter. ln all losses and wins, the quintet showed superior sportsmanship which caught the eye of the sporting public, and made N. T. a real squad. Hats Off to a fighting team! A Gregg Rive? Row Three: um Zi-zomzii. fiuu, Zlmwizn- fiI'10IH.I'l Muuizu. PAM. mai., Ili-,nnizur HIJIIILEIK. I.l'1h Mmwuco, lioNAi.n Q. Rom-.n'r I'Ivvi-Ll.. Run' Turn: uw: Kuuuz. l'i1'rr:n l'u'i.l.MAN, Hu Wommvk, 'l'mf:onom1 IN!-IC. Avruowv Nuriszrzw- Roni-:n'i' Sonorriwsxi, Wll.I!PIIt zum, ltl'ssi1i.i. Jnowsxv. in-1 lh:l.i.lw:. Hun' Une: tri' llmlmgr1, Iiowun FnoN- Wie-.i,m' llowm, Niciioms vim. Ifnux SWINIIWCH, Do- Sonociwsxi, l"nAwr:is Krleii, Ilowun XI-lllll., Aur- l'Ul'1l.l.I-IN. ltsow Nloimwis. A jesse Uwvns? New Three : inn Rl'VlIHll,D, .louw Gu, ,loux Ui znL'l"l'A, l!l'ln.i:lt:ll lhcw,im1Aw limo, Wu.- louwsrowi-5, Ituzimnnliovrrz ffnw Tum: l,l'i'l'l'.H5UN. ,lmrvnzs CAIINAA 'l'i':n ltizszizl., Roni-Lin' Pm.- Iouw l'0ItIl, .lmnzs Ztzlcrs- Aziz Jouwsow, .louw S'l'I'1lNl'1lt, "r llAs'riN::. Row Une: llolrr, firms Zlwzx, Km- sl'I!HNl.lCIK, l'r:'rl-:li Mfwwo, Jmgon. Ruziman KAMIN- IAuoi.o Iluixlwsow, JAMI-15 .s. lluio lirzoigur. Room TRACK PHINC eonnotes interseholaslie sports at N. T. Baseball will he resumed after a few years' lapse. The team shapes up well. However, there need not he any over-optimism heeause the other participants are tough. There wonit he exaetly a league hut rather exhibitions in which the team will eompete with l.aekawanna, Amherst, Niehols, and St. Joe's. Coaeh lioggow is eonhdent that the hoys will eome through. So it's g'Play Ball" at N. T. As our hook goes to press N. T.'s track aggregation is looking forward lo as lmright a season as the hasehall team. The hoys are rounding grad- ually into form under the watehful eyes of Coaches Magliseeau, Castig- lione, and Tuskey. Events staged are: 100-yd. dash, 220, the 4440, 880, the mile, plus hurdles and relay: also high jump, hroad jump, pole vault, the diseus, and the shot. Opponents will he Amherst, Niehols, Lockport. Kenmore. That's a mighty sehedule, hut mighty as it may he, N. T. will he in the raee to the end. .vw X ' ' ' A -' x Q W 'R ww QQ .5 if - - . ' ii K I' - .L . K ,, ., ,WX A ,. , W, sauna . .,...,, Q..-uv -aw-nm 3 -- 5- 5""' MQ ffl f bwg ,gii??Q5V 3 L 3 4 Q MJ- new-cu --...Jun-nv' Q , Qsv'v9?V , R E K s X 0 feef Doss .14 clwulcasecs A-sf V. f'f-R35 ?f5iwiid?' "fQ??Vvi,2-2V"'F'fi."7?1V'NfSP5'?!?4'i 'if' : fVV'f3?: F352 S. ".""agf Vf4VfEF"'?3":f'V.7 1? '?5'W'LW" 'Wffi 7?V'??' if ' :Y ,V-MY' V339-HV V SAV '.35V:V,-"Fifi 1 My? 63281 "' 34 4 ' ' -,-QYVVV 3- .3,.Q.u2.f '-1,'ff-,N-qlsy, .5414 V M 'V +1-.L Vg. .1 , V -V,.4q:,. V .,N,..v,.. qw, 4 AV., 1, VV .Vfz A ec. ,. V. A.. . 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Vg .. ,, -FVVV-Wg.,-.gigrgll VVVMBM M V V 5 V f . V aria' V1 V- ...x M i: 4 , Q 1 t , V-3 .,.V- V -1 5,3 Hg -, V , JI- I jk ff , Lg X., .V 2.5 V YV 2- HY :V " -eV 59 if QM . .,:,.gg.'q"3 Jim., Sx,,gi3.Q!y3 yr,-y V. , '3'nifefV, ,gi J he: ig 11 3"V1?:,, V in .Vt-V 2-V wgf?'e V--,Vi V' VV..V3-Q...-fgV:,ii55V1g V .V Compliments of the Board of Education President . ...A,,4, .... D R. TIIADDEUS L. RESZEL V ice-President ,.4. 4..., W ILLIAM D. TRIMBLE ARNOLD COMBERT THURLOW SMITH E. WILBUR SIMPSON Clerk . .. ..... GEORGE KRUEOER Attorney .... ,O,..,.O,,,, ..,..... ..... J . T HEODORE Moses Superintendent of Schools ....,... ..,....e. B ERNARD A. LEONARD The North Tonawanda Board of Education is proud of he- ing one of the first Organizations in this state to start courses for the re-education of returned servicemen. The courses, exclusively vocational at present, will be giv- en free of charge at the North Tonawanda Vocational School in the evening. There will he courses in blueprint reading, foremanship, and other machine shop practice. The work will he done on a personal basis, so that each person will be able to progress as fast as he desires. Courses following a more scholastic trend will be Offered if the demand is sufficient. All men returning from service and interested in these courses are invited to inquire about them through Mr. Leon- ard, Mr. Lowry, Mr. Britt, or Mr. Plummer. Compliments of the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company North Tonawanda, N. Y. A name that means music to millions RE You STILL IN msn: Pncnlne, BROTHER? Ask yourself some soul-searching questions. Listen to your conscience about matters like these: ls your money burning an hole in your pocket? Donlt spend it unless itis absolutely necessary. lf you do, you,re playing sucker to a black-marketeer, or you're bringing inflation one day nearer. Are you boreal with buying War Bonds? Get tough with yourself. Remember the patriotic angle . . . and figure it as the smartest investment you can possibly make. Buy more and more Bonds-and hang onto them! Does volunteer war work seem dull and :needless lately? flet in and pitch. Our soldiers need your blood more than ever before. Waste fats and waste paper are urgently needed, to make annnuni- tion and to package it. Enlist your time and energy! If America wants Victory in l945, America will have to work for it . . . not just uthe other fellow" at the battlefronts 1 not uthe other fellow" at a war job - but EVERY American. Wallling isn't enough. We've got to WORK for Victory, heart and soul, right here on the home front. How about it, American? Do YUU measure up? Remington Rand is a "home-front fighter" of the first order . . . not only in the direct pro- duction of war weapons, but in helping to boost the war production ofother firms. We do this by supplying business machines, record systems and oflice supplies, together with the expert technical advice of specialists skilled in accounting, bookkeeping, tabulating. control systems and general oflice methods. The assistance of these spe- cialists is now available to ALI, businessmen confronted with mounting 2 01 office work and a shrinking ofliee staff. lf' increased office eflieiency can A iff' help YOUR business, call our Buffalo Sales Office, 51 Court Street, x WAshington 21180. DB9 l .I ESTABLISHED 1873 HUMPHREY Sz VANDERVOORT INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE TONAWANDA, N. Y. Phone 34 Q H. S. GOLDE PACKING CO., INC. Tonawanda, N. Y. E3 STAR CLEANING AND TAILORING "Expertly Donev Corner Miller and Oliver St. TWIN CITY STYLE SHOP COMPLETE LINE or WOMEN,S WEARING APPAREL 18 Webster Street North Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments o f SCHNELUS The Store for Men and Women Who Shop for Men VAN RAALTE CUMPANYA INC' 38 SI 40 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Phone 106 TONAWANDA WASHING MACHINE R 0 S E and APPLIANCE SERVICE Vacuum Cleaners Expertly Repaired Wringer Rolls Recreped 325 Oliver Street N. Tonawanda COAL Sa BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 217 Oliver Street North Tonawanda, N. Y. HARRY DANIELS ESTABLISHED 1914 The Store Where Your Father Bought Compliments of JANKEIS SHOE STORE Dealer in Fine Footwear Your Mother'S Envagement Ring . . 4 Y U . 20 Main St. D Tonawanda, N. Y. 0 Dumb Street Tonawandal N Y The Best in Drug Store Service + The Best in Drug Seeee Merchandise A HELWIG'S DRUG STORE The REXALL Store 304 oliver Street at Schenck W. M. WATTENGEL FUNERAL DIRECTOR 307 Oliver Street -I- BUDWEY SUPER MARKETS ALWAYS FINER FOODS 395 DIVISION ST. 452 OLIVER ST. RIVER ROAD LUMBER COMPANY, INC Everything in Building Material With Best Wishes to AII New Graduates MAIN AND SCHENCK PHONE 1583 N. Tonawanda, N. Y. BERNS CHILDREN'S SHOP 22 MAIN "Tots To Teens" TWIN CITY CLEANERS AND DYERS HBETTER CLEANINGH Phone 1355 and 1356 Compliments of ADAMS BAKERY Compliments of CRAMER HARDWARE CO., INC. 20-26 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, New York Distributors of FACTORY AND MILL SUPPLIES TOOLS AND HARDWARE You Will Do Better At TWIN CITY FURNITURE FURNITURE, BEDDING, LAMPS, Rucs, ETC. 71, 73, 75 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Next to Rivera Theater Open Thurs. and Sat. Niles Telephone 1255 COMPLETE HOME FURNIsIIERs NEWMAN'S FEED 81 PET STORE 354--356 Oliver Street N. Tonawanda Phone 1830 Compliments of ALBERT'S GRILL 88 Webster St. Phone 322 BERRY ELECTRIC CO. Cor. Schenck and Oliver Sts. PHONE 1046 Radio- -Refrigerator-Sales and Service Wiring and Electrical Supplies PHONE 1670 F. T. D. MEMBER IIOCK,S FLOWER SHOP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FLORISTS 184 Zimmerman St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. BENNETT LAMPE MOTOR CO. M A B E L' 5 B E A U T Y F orrl-Mercury-Lincoln Zephyr PHONE 2461 S H 0 P P E 68-74 Main Street N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 147 Robinsml St- Phone 613 SCHREIBER 81 LAMP FOR THE GOOD OF YOUR CAR . . . SEE HAY FLOUR FEED GRAIN HURTUBISE SERVICE STATION T. , h 3 I i Lubrication, Tire and Battery Service, Best Grade Gases Lmof 3' and C Over Seeds Phone 1970, Official Tire Inspection 48-50 Young St. Phone 77 Tonawanda, N. Y. Corner of Oliver and Tremont Sts. F W A H L D A 1 R Y MCLEAN-CHEVROLET CORPORATION 3 - Seal on Hooded . if-. z For Your Protection 27.29 Main Street r Phone 1453 285 Young St. North Tonawanda, N. Y. NATIONAL GRINDING WHEEL CO., Inc. NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. E23 Manufacturers of ALL TYPES OF GRINDING WHEELS For God and country we associate ourselves together for the following pur- poses: To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of Ameri- cag to maintain law and orderg to foster and perpetuate a 10021, American- ismg to preserve the memories and incidents of our association in the great warsg to inculcate the sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nationg to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the massesg to make right the master of mightg to promote peace and goodwill on earthg to safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom and democracyg to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by -our devotion in mutual helpfulness. ik' TONAWANDA POST 264 AMERICAN LEGION INC. RELIABLE FUNERAL FURNITURE SERVICE HAMP Reasonably Time Tested Priced Since 1877 Telephone 136 Telephone 81 2 Young St., Tonawanda MANUEL'S ICE CREAM BAR Corner Goundry and Main Streets Freezer Fresh Ice Cream Made Here the Modern Way-Call For Special Orders BANQUETS, PARTIES AND PICNICS Phone 1971 G. R. KINNEY CO., INC. Americafs Largest Group of Family Shoe Stores 57 Main Street Tonawanda, N. Y. KIEFER'S PHARMACY Fine Drugs and Chemicals Main 81 Broad Sts. Tonawanda, N. Y. N. M. W A L L A C E Main St., Tonawanda If your purse is lean-f-and whose isn't---- Buy your next pair of shoes from .l. GUREWITSCH SHOE STORE THE Mosr MODERN FAMILY SHOE STORE W f - NUNN-BUSH for men WILBIIR1C00N for women DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 70 Webster Street N. Tonawancla, N. Y. Stop at Y I A N I L O S Soda Bar COMPLIMENTS or For Lunches . . . Ice Cream YOUR and Home Made Candy ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE STORE 64 Young Street Tonawanda I3 Main Street Tonawanda, N. Y. ACKSEL'S CONFECTIONERY SCHOPP,S JEWELRY STORE W E N D T S 9 Niagara Street I C E C R E A M 306 Stfhenek St. N. Tonawanda, N. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY TWIN CITY DAIRY IIOMOGENIZED VITAMIN-D-MILK '5Your Child Deserves the Besf, For Delivery Phone 1069 RECH,S BAKERY FRED A. RECH, PROPRIETOR Wholesale and Retail Bakery Baked Goods of All Kinds 28 Young Street Phone 78 PATRONIZE OUR LOCAL BAKERY WERKLEY'S CANDIES REAL HOME-MADE CANDIES NONE FINER, REGARDLESS OF PRICE Queen-zo hzvw-sd W E R K L E Y ' S 115 GOUNDRY STREET Compliments of BERNARD T. WITZKE RICKY7FASHI0NS PHONE 98 LADIES APPAREL 6125 Main St., Tonawanda 19 South Niagara Street Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments BRANDON,S DEPT. - HENNINGEITS STORE 9 Main Street Tonawanda UPHOLSTERING DISTINCTIVE LADIES, WEARING APPAREL 'J-5 mul!! 45 Main Street, Tonawanda, N. Y. PARLOR SUITES SPECIALISTS Custom Work and Restyling MORANIS 160 Tremont St. PHONE 1301-J SPAULDING FIBRE COMPANY, TONAWANDA, NEW YORK INC. SUGAR BOWL G E 0- L- T R A V E R FRED. W. FICK DRUGS AND SODAS HOME MADE WE DELIVER 460 Oliver Street PHONE 23 FASHION CANDIES FOOTWEAR LIOIIT LUNCHES 32 Webster Street North Tonawanda N. Y. Compliments of G. C. MURPHY CO. 56 Webster Street 30 Webster Street North Tonawanda The Value Giving Store N' Y' KRULL COAL COMPANY PORTRAIT H F WITTKOWSKYCOMMERCIAL COAL, COKE, CASOLINE SI OIL Photographer Photographs tell the story 441 Payne Ave' Phone 1412 287 Oliver St., N. Tonawanda, N. Y. THE WULF BOTTLING WORKS OARRONATED BEvERAcEs Better Furniture For Less LEE'S FURNITURE CO. PHONE TON. 2388 Telephone 455 50 Main Street ' Tonawanda, N. Y. Sb fi? C0"lPli"1e'15-9 RIVERSIDE CHEMICAL CO. of River Road RICHARD F. PERKINS PHONE 1350-1351 QB Q Compliments of AMERICAN DISTRICT STEAM COMPANY NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. MARIEIS BEAUTY STUDIO SPECIALIST IN ALL BRANCIIES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Phone 2660 284 Schenek St. F EZER'S MARKET 81 DELICATESSEN HOME OF QUALITY MEATS, GROCERIES BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS 4163-465 Payne Avenue at Miller GARDEN SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS TOOLS OF ALL KINDS SCHENCK HARDWARE Compliments REIF'S BARBER SHOP Phone 24166 I KEN,S MARKET Comphments 313 Payne Ave. BARTLETT-SANDSTEEI.. Groceries PHONE 1153 NEDDY'S DELICATESSEN ICE CREAM, CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO BAKED GOODS, COLD CUTS 415 Oliver St., N. Ton., N: Y. Phone II4-W Compliments of SCHENCK DRY GOODS STORE Mrs. M. Karkaw, Proprietor U Compliments of PARKSIDE BOWLING ALLEY D STEI.ILA,S BEAUTY SALON Specializing in All Forms of Permanent Waving Phone 26 59 Webster St. SQ COME T0 STELLA'S AND ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST STEAD OPTICAL CO. Oculist Prescriptions Filled Glasses Repairezl HES Compliments of FISCHER'S PHARMACY 301 Payne Ave. 265 Schenck St. Phone 1092 kb! WILLOW VIEW NURSERY THIELE COAL 81 FEED CO. 4-3 Falls Blvd., N. Ton., N. Y. Phone 1514 DEALERS IN CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS, CORSACES, COAL WOOD FEED AND WEDDING BOUQUETS PHONE TONAWANDA 39 ZlEHL'S Groceries and Meats LOUIS A. ZIEHL, PROP. Phone l298 356 Falls Blvd. "The Place to Buy Nice Tlzingsn Dresses for Girls and Women BUDGET DRESS SHOPPE 134 Schenck and Oliver HEIMAN AND TOELLNER ll Lockport Avenue Groceries and Meats DI-lVOE,S PAINTS AND VARNISHES TUSSlNG'S DELICATESSEN 158 Schenck Street N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Phone 582 JOERG'S CONFECTIONERY Rea' ES'f"e vm" ml I 'C' 'C ' I Specialist , I l l E N D Edward Zegler, Chief Manager PHONE 7 , l I2 Lockport N. Tonawanda, N. Y- 208 Schenck Street North a, N. Y. 7? Compliments of Compliments of THE DINETTE RESTAURANT COBB'S AND DINETTE ICE CREAM BAR Corner Payne and Schenck air qw S T R A T F O R D G RADUATE SCHOOL Compliments of ADMINISTRATIVE-CULTURAL COLUMBUS MCKINNON CHAIN CORP. SECRETARIAL Tonawanda, N. Y. 296 Linwood Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. Ask Your Guidance Director for Information BOYS AND GIRLS WANTED To Receive a College Education in a Profession Which Never Fails to Offer Interesting and Profitable Employment AVERAGE SALARY-355.00 WEEKLY A Course in Pharmacy Prepares for Many Fields, such as Chemistry, Bacteriology, Medical Lab Technology, X-Ray Work, Etc. SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE For Further Information, Write the Dean of the School of Pharmacy, University of Buffalo, Buffalo 14, N. Y. 53 COMPLIMENTS OF BUFFALO BOLT COMPANY NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. 53 THE BODONI PRESS, INC. Louis T. VAN VOORHEES Printers Commercial Stationers For Over Thirty THOMPSON AND VANDERVOORT STS. . . . Outfitters Years at NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK TWIN CITY SERVICE STATION, INC. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. WIUYPEVEMNRHE Stations at I39 Main Sl. Schenck and Lincoln The Home of Finer Gifts Phone 156 ESCO LUIVIBER, INC. SOLE AWNINC AND FURNITURE CO I97 Main St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 267 Oliver St. PHONE 740 PHONE 1669 Lumber and Builders Supplies Awnings - Linoleum - Furniture Compliments of WEBSTER HOTEL SCOTT'S WATCH SHOP EXPERT REPAIRING Courteous Service ALL WORK GUARANTEED 340 Oliver St. N. Tonawanda FREY'S DELICATESSEN THE B. F. GOODRICH STORES TIRES - BATTERIES 84 Wellbler SL N' Tohawanda C. R. QDickI Johnson, Manager Groceries and Meats - Fresh Pastries , 92 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, PHONE 2277 Phone 382 H. B. KOENIG, INC. "The Old Reliable Hardware Store' WALTER W. WITTE "Com plete Insurance Business" N WB! Visit Our Record and Sheet Music Departments 6 Sweeney Building 1042 Young 17 Main St' Telephone 84-1 KA1-1N,S NEW YORK STORE T0nawa.nda's Largest Clothier for Men and Boys EQUIPMENT FOR SPORTS OF ALL SORTS PEOPLE'S CLOTHING See . . . Phone 479 74V2 Webster Street Wgisiei Iitgrlimint Clothes of Quality For the Family FOWLER ELECTRIC CO. NORCE REFRICERATORS MEYERS LUMBER SUNBEAM MIXMASTERS AND 1RONS Main 81 Island Sts. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. NORGE RANGES 52 Webster St. Phone 161 Phone 377 SCHULER'S STANDARD PATTERN CO. Makers of America's Finest POTATO CHIPS, PRETZELS, JULIENNE POTATOES, POP CORN At All Stores M. J. CORBETT W. C. DAVIS 7153 Phone 1300 Oliver and Mechanic Streets Compliments of THE VICTOR SAFE 8: EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 4-35 Payne Ave. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments of CONN ELLIS 5-10-250 STORE 302 Oliver Street N. Tonawanda t Compliments of BUFFALO STEEL COMPANY Tonawanda, N. Y. i' THE ART SHOP PICTURES, FRAMES GREETING CARDS AND ART CREATIONS Carl H. Meibohm 326-328 Connecticut St. GR 4217 CIII-NAMEI. PAINTS AND VARNISHES H. J. MYE LUMBER CORPORATION All Products Guaranteed "Ever thin from a Board to a Carloacf' DEALERS' LUMBER CORPORATION y g . 4-23 Mam Street Wake' W' Hamann' Pm' Ph n 1231 Nonh Ton wa d N Y 59 Thompson Street Phone 175 0 C a n a' ' OLIVER FLOWER SHOP "HARMONY CLUB" Flowers For All Occasions A Good Place To Eat 640 Oliver Street 596 Oliver St. Phone 2051-.I Mr. and Mrs. E. Cyran, Prop. North Tonawanda, N. Y. HKASBAUM HOTEL" 4.86 Oliver Street Compliments of Nonh Tonawanda, N. Y. BUFFALO PUMPS, INC. North Tonawandaa N. Y. LEON RUDZINSKI-HARDWARE Complete Line of Q PAINTS, VARNISHES AND WALLPAPER 657 Oliver Street 17 John Street New York 6, N. Y. Oficial jewelers for the Class of 1945 Rings, Pins, Medals, Charms, Athletic Awards New YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, PITTSBURGH, PROVIDENCE Compliments of FRANK B. STACHOWSKI, Pharmacist Oliver St. at Center Ave. Rf Telephone 2087-2105 WE DELIVER Compliments of W. D. TRIMBLE, INC. Licensed Real Estate Broker 117 Goundry Street North Tonawanda, N. Y. When You are 'UP Town Stop atv- Z E F F E R Y ' S For Your Refreshments 5 Niagara St. Tonawanda Compliments of WILLIS WALLPAPER STORE 447 Oliver St. North Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments of HORVATH,S RESTAURANT Corner of Robinson and Oliver Sts. Phone 2540 Tona HTHE FLOWER GARDEN" Flowers For All Occasions 458 Oliver St. Wanda, N. Y. Phone Ton. 1510 Prescriptions Our Specialty PARSONS DRUG STORE SYNORACK1 FURNITURE 475 Oliver St. 40 Main St. S. Sz J. Treger North Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments of , JESELLA'S DRY GOODS STORE C0'nPlL"le"lS of the 783 Oliver St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. STAR THEATER Phone 1086 U C K IVI A I E R R R 0 THE STORE OF DEPENDABLE THINGS I4-16-18 MAIN STREET 11-I3 NIAGARA STREET DUREZ PLASTIC 31 CHEMICALS, INC. NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK BERFPZ Manufacturers 0 f MOLDING COMPOUNDS, OIL SOLUBLE RESINS, LAMINATING, BONDING IMPRECNATING AND COATING RESINS Complimenis Of HARVEY'S DRUG STORE ERNEST I. HURTUBISE SERVICE STATION P 1198 Cor. Erie and Division Sts. HONE PHONE TON. I077 I6 Webster St. North Tonawanda REDEMSKE'S MARKET CANDY PIPES CHOICE MEATS AND GROCERIES T' 365 Payne Ave. Birdseye Frosted Foods Phone I083 North Tonawanda JOHN C. BELTZ CO. 78 Webster Street 'fa MACAZIN ES TOBACCO JONES THE FLORIST Flowers For All Occasions Payne Ave. at Schenck Phone H95 F.T.D. Member Compliments of RIVIERA THEATER QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRAL MARKET One of the Largest Independent Food Markets in the Tonawandas CORNER ROBINSON AND VANDERVOORT STREETS Cornplimenis of I JAKE'S TAVERN 'A' The Correct Place To Go PAYNE AVE. At SOMMER ST. DODGE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH GOBLIN CLEANERS IOS. W. SNIDER, INC. , . 2 Delaware St. Tonawanda, N. Y. We Call and Deliver "Between the Bridgesn 119 Goundry Phone 2161 This Yearbook was produced by THE HOLLING PRESS an organization devoted to Good Printing 1' WASHINGTON BUILDING 501 WASHINGTON STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. " ' '?a..lHil3.1,-r..uI..iQ W.-Avg Rl. mi!-ef Ffffmfffa.,-A A w-f-I"-A::- .n.L.H-smigillifff 4 , W3 y . 52 f x-C. f. , P-. .,, . , TW.. if 'fa Y, x. J. kAk-,, kr, ..N4 V 145, ' ."f. "., Lf- L -' x '. ' If-4 427 ,rx ,M ' .Y 41 .1- .- 1 . we L, , , fs., L ., .L .4 W .,, M 215 .., ,, A ff N W MEM M. ,.1 ,vt W, 1, ,V , ,,, .0 ,.,,1f,,! .., W, ,gre ,M W ,QWQM JE, ., ,M . 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