North Union High School - Torch Yearbook (Uniontown, PA)
- Class of 1946
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Q NORTH UNION HIGH SCHOOL Q g Editor-in-Cl'1ie1V - - Y.vonne Moore
5 Uniontown, Pennsylvania - Business Manager - - - Bi!! Burwell
Paul Stiller, Photographer
Kover Kraft Year Book Covers
King-Murphy Press, Printers
Robert D. Jones, Jr., Photo Engraver and Photographer
"GUNS-HO". In Chinese this means, "Working Togetherf, In presenting
this edition of the "Torch", the Senior Class has chosen this theme for we believe
this school year to be a very fine example of the accomplishments of "Working
As the following pages are turned, we believe an improved school spirit, better
co-operation, increased activities, and better attitudes will be self-evident. This
is very encouraging, for we all know that in life we either advance or go backward-
there is no standing still.
Therefore, at this time we can truthfully say that our school, although being
far from Utopian, has taken its place among the progressive schools. May we
continue "Working Togetherv to make that position more secure.
We dedicate this issue of the "Torch', to a man whose long years of faithful
service to North Union are worthy of the admiration of all. His success in elevat-
ing the athletic prestige of the school is a record of which We can all Well be proud.
I-le-has not only been our coach and teacher, but a sincere friend.
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EDWARD H, SAVAGE, Supervising Principal
B.S.. California Slate Teachers
M.Ed., Universiiy of Piffsburgh
ELEANOR JEAN CRAWFORD
High School Secreiary
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WILLIAM J. MEANS, Principal
B.S., California Sfafe Teachers College
M.Ed., Universify of Piflsburgh
URBAN C. DUMBAULD, Assisfanf Principal
B.S., California Share Teachers College
PAULINE N. ABEL
B.S., Universify of Pitfsburgh
MATTH EW H. BORLAND
B.A., Washing+on 81 Jefferson
E. LOUISE BRYSON
Healfh, Physical Eclucafion
FAY M. BROOKS
B.S., Indiana Sfafe Teachers
Civics, Pennsylvania Hisfory
B.S., Slippery Rock S+a+e Teach-
B.S., California Slafe Teachers
Pracfical Mafhemafics, Algebra
ELLA S. BYERS
A.B., Universily of Pitfsbu
California Siaie Teachers
B.S., lndiana Slaie Teachers
Commercial Law, Olilice Prac-
iice, Business Praclice
STEPHEN A. FURIN
B.S., Sf. Vinceni College
Healih, Physical Educafion
A.B., Bellwany College
B.S., Greenville College
B.S., California Slaie Teachers
H. EUGENE HULBERT
B.S., Indiana Stale Teachers
AGNES M. PETERSON
B.s., Thiel College
Biology, Physics, Pre-aeronaulics
FERNE E. POORBAUGH
A.B., Susquehanna Universiiy
MARY JOAN REAGAN
B.S., Indiana Slale Teachers
M.Ed., Universily of Pilisburgh
Shorihancl, Typing, Business
B.S., indiana Slafe Teacher
Home Economics. Consumer
LS., Befhany College
l1.Ed., Universify of Pifisburgh
'l1ysics, Science. Pre-Aeronau-
METT F. BROWN
.S., Sf. Vincenfs
AES H. ROGERS
.S., California Sfafe Teachers
feneral Science, Biology
Indiana Stafe Teachers College
Bookkeeping, Shorfhand, Junior
GENET M. STULL
B.S., indiana Sfafe Teachers
HARRY W. WILSON
B.S., California Sfafe College
M.Ed., Universify of Piffsburgh
Problems of Democracy, English
MILDRED ELIZABETH WALTERS
B.S., Universify of Piffsburgh
Chemisfry, General Science
BURTON E. TARR
University of Alabama
Business Pracfice, Bookkeeping
B.S., California Sfafe Teachers
Civics, Pennsylvania Hisfory
EDWIN R. WALTERS
B.S., Pennsylvania Sfafe College
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Coats oll to the future.
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SIENIORS OF "46"
We're all friends, great glorious friends,
No better can be found,
The Senior Class of 46, are all
ln friendship hound.
Zoriehak, Moyer, and then Smithg
Better known as the Big Three,
Have filled this last school year of ours,
Witll much variety.
Altogether we have shared
Joy, defeat, and sorrow,
lfveryone, we know, will he
Success of tomorrow.
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PAULINE ADAMS . . . "Polly" will make a
very good nurse, as In her classes she
always comes first.
JACK STOCKWELL . . . Blonde and big
and built like Gable, he'll help you always
if he is able.
SALLY AINSLEY . . . Another nurse, "Sal"
will be, She'll call on her patients
FRANCES ANDREWS . . . "Fran" is a very
friendly lass, And is a whiz in chemistry
PAUL BABBONY.. . . "Paul" will take you
anywhere, anytime, When he works for
the West Penn Line.
EDITH MARIE BAILES . . . Sweetslare what
"Ed" likes to eat, And hearing good
music gives her a treat.
FRANK BALA . . . "Agitator" is his nick-
name, But he's lots of fun and always
FRANK BANKO . . . A very salesman,
"Douglasf' will make, If only his custom-
ers will give him a break.
JOHN BARRONS . . . "John" can be a lot
of fun, He's a friend to everyone.
WILLIAM BEDNARIK . . . "Bill" is always
On the beam, In P. D. class he leads the
ROSE BENDEKOVICH . . . A good house-
wife, "Dolly" wants to be, Wait ten
years, then we will see.
LEONA BENKO . . . A good friend to every-
one is "Lee,', She will get on in the world
FLORENCE BODZIIONY . . . "Flo's', house
is all clean, the food cooked fine, To
welcome her husband home on time.
MARY BOLISH . . . She likes basketball,
bowling, and dancing, These things
should keep "Mar" prancing.
MYRTLE BOWERS . . . "Myrt's" a good
kid, we all agree, Lots of fun, she'll
EVA BRASSEUR . . . One of our teen-age-
cooks, But doesnit Care much for books.
IONA BRYNER . . . "I", as you will always
see, At shorthand and typing is as busy
as a bee.
LOIS BRYSON . . . Her smile is bright, her
words are few, As a friend, "LO" lS always
CHARLES BRZACK . . . A teddy-bear hair
Cut caught him fame, He's a killer on
the football team.
JUNE BURKE . . . "Burke" is a lot of fun,
Especially after school is done.
BILL BURWELL . . . "Bill's" ambition,
after passing the Course, Is to Hy a plane
for the Naval Air Force.
MARTHA CINDRIC . . . Her complexion is
like peaches and cream, "Martha's,' like
the girl in a favorite dream.
MARY Lois CLINGAN . . . To work in her
Dad's store is "Dimple's" ambition,
Shelll keep the files In good Condition.
BERYL COBURN . . . To be a singer is
"Toots' U desire, With a voice like hers
itis just sure fire.
PAUL COLE . . . For Paul English his life
does mar, But Betty Grable is his favor-
NORMA COLLINS . . . A pretty lass of old
Pittsburgh Road, With all her lessons,
"Norm" has a load.
REGINA CONDUPA . . . "Jean" is a gal
whO's greatest joys, Center around danc-
ing and the boys.
JACK CONNORS . . . "Jack" is tall, blonde,
and shy, We all agree heis an all-round
BETTY CONWAY . . . "Bet" with her lovely
blonde hair, As an Operator could get
ELEANOR COPUs . . . A short, blonde
member of our band, For a swell sense
of humor, she'll take the stand.
TERRY COYNE . . . "Gummy's" quite a
likeable lad, Sorry, gals, he canit be had.
BETTY JANE CRABLE . . . When it's foot-
ball, "Becky's" on the spot, As a nurse
she'll be right On the dot.
MICHAEL CRONIN . . . "Mike" is a person,
we all know, Will be admired wherever
he may go.
ADELINE DECARLUCCI . . . One of the
shortest and swellest girls in school,
"Dilly" knows how to handle men as
WILLIAM DEFFENBAUGH . . . If you could
eat what "Bill" does, Your life would
be a "was,'.
DOROTHY DEMPF . . . f'Dot" will face all
problems with a smile, And work hard
to the very last mile.
PHYLLIS JEAN DENNIS . . . Now here
Comes "Phyl,', our blonde from Bute,
She's gay, exciting, polite, and cute.
JOsEPH DOMAN . . . A sportsman "Joe"
will be, The best basketball player you
ever did see.
RUTH DORAN . . . Typing is one thing
"Ruthie" loves to do, Dancing's another
that appeals to her, too.
ANNA PEARL DOYLE . . . "Ann", our petite
majorette, Will be Mrs. Dennis, one
WILLIAM DOYLE . . . You know "Bill"
just says what he means, And nothing
more or less.
ESTHER MAE DUALL . . . A pleasing nurse
"Ernie" is sure to be, Because of her
GILBERT DUNAWAY . . . "Gil" wants to
work for the F.B.I., And see if he can
catch a spy.
LAVERNE EVANS . . . "Vern" is one of
the girls whp writes each day, TO many
service men far away.
JOHN FALAT . . . "Ace,' is not very tall,
Yet he is full of mischief and liked by all.
EUGENE FESTOG . . . "Eugene" and
"Allen" make a super pair, Without them
N. U. would be so bare.
PAULINE FIELDS . . . A housewife "Mose"
wants to apply, And how good food
catches her eye!
RONALD FIORVANTI . . . A cute kid we all
agree, He handles the baton skillfully.
OPAL FISHER . . . "Opal,' is quite a pal,
She,s a friend to every gal.
ROBERT FISHER . . . "Bob" is the class's
pretty boy' To all the girls he is a joy.
WILLIAM FRANCK . . . "Bill" is rather tall
and slender, Quite a boy to remember.
HELEN GABARKO . . . Little "Helen" of
the big four, In conversing she's not a
JOSEPH GADEK . . . Penner" is a little
bashful, we all think, At a girl he'd never
MARY KATHRYN GALDERISI . . . School
won't be the' same without "Kass", we
know, T'will be just like winter without
ANNA MARIE GALLIS . . . Here again, we
find a future wife, Thatys a job to take
up "Army's,' life.
JOSEPHINE GARAFOLA . . . "Josephine",
our sweet, fun-loving lass, A jolly member
of the Senior Class.
ANNA GAYDOS . . . "Ann" will make a
good nurse, And have lOt's of money In
JESSIE GRIMM . . . A future proprietor
"Gremlin,' wants to be, Business should
be good, due to her grand personality.
STANLEY GUZIAK . . . "Stan" is a mis-
chlevous lad, But If he were otherwise,
it would be sad.
REID HAGERTY . . . Always cheery, always
willing, From us, "ReId', can have top
ELEANOR HAMBOROSKY . . . "Ham" as an
aviatrix will see the sights, And she will
always exercise her woman's rights.
JOHN HANZES . . . "John" can be a lot
Of fun, He's almost a friend to everyone.
EDWARD HARMON . . . "Eddie" is cute
and just as witty, If he were quiet, lt
would be a pity.
DORIS HAWKINS . . . To be a model is
"Doriels" desire, With her height and
her looks, It IS just sure fire.
BATES HEss . . . "Bates", who is always
neat, Makes many a gIrl's heart beat.
BETTEJANE HINTON . . . An opera singer
is "Bette's" aim, Someday she may sing
In the Hall of Fame.
MARGARET HOLP . . . "Marg" has the
looks and the hair, To make the boys just
sit and stare.
MARTHA JANE HORBY . . . A beautician
"Janie" will be, We know this will suit
her to a HT".
ELEANOR HULWAY . . . Off hand, we can't
think of any one as sweet, As charming
"El", so pretty and neat.
F AYE HUMBERTSON . . . Just a little quiet,
just a little shy, But there's a merry
twinkle glistening In "Peg's" eye.
TIMOTHY HUNT . . . "Tim's" friends, they
are many, His foes, he hasn't any.
DANIEL JOHNSON . . . "Dann will always
smile or speak, When he sees you on the
WILLA JORDAN . . . To be a model is
"Will's" ambition, We all hope that she
will fill her mission.
BETTY RUTH JUNK . . . "Punk" is a quiet
lass, Even when she's out of class.
THERESA KANIA . . . "Trese" wants to
be a success, We know she won't be
happy with less.
ANDREW KEMPIC . . . "Andy,' is a foot-
ball fan, As a player, he is a man.
EDWARD KLINE . . . You'll find "Blinky"
a very, bashful lad, Around him you'll
never be sad.
BERNARD KOLLAR . . . "Bernard" is the
executive type, We hope he never has
cause to gripe. '
EUGENE KoONTz . . . "Jimmy" is always
having fun, TO him a joke IS never done.
CEOELIA KozAK . . . Little "Cec" with her
hair lovely curled, Will make a place for
herself in the world.
WILLIAM KOZLINA . . . We want "Bill no
longer, He's long enough.
LEXANDER KUKURUGYA . . . Happy is he,
rom care he is free, Why aren't they all
contented like he?
JOAN KUMOR . . . Sitting down writing,
then typing, Holds first in Susie's liking.
GEORGE LEHMAN . . . Worry little, study
less, Thatls "Jack,s,' idea of happiness.
NAOMI LEHMAN . . . "Mazie', as a house-
wife, Will make some man a wonderful
RAINEY LEONE . . . "Rainey" would like
to roam, Something tells me he had
better stay home.
MARY JANE LERCH . . . "Boots", a friend
to all, Is never seen loafing 'in the hall.
BETTY LIVENGOOD . . . "Betsy,' is rather
tall and rather slender, To her friends, a
GRACE LIVINGSTON . . . "Grace" will be
a secretary to a boss, We hope he Won't
be very cross.
MARIE LOWRY . . . To make good in her
life is her main ambition, Could anyone
ask a better petition?
MINNIE LUCKEY . . . "Janie", a secretary
will be, She Will make a good one, Wait
MARYANNE LUKOTCH . . . A private sec-
retary, "Pooch" will be, We hope she
doeSn't sit on the boss's knee.
ANNABEL MALINOCK . . . "Kootch's" am-
bition is to make Women beautiful, She
will' do a good job and be very dutiful.
AGNES MALINZACK . . . "Aggie?, is a gal
that we heard pine, Just to be in the
HARRIET MARKOVICH . . . "Toni", is
Esther's best pal, Has lovely black hair,
and is a great gal.
MAXINE MATTHEWS . . . Whether false or
Whether true, Without the boy's "Max',
surely is blue.
GENE MAUST . . . "Gene" wears his ties
in bows, And therels music Wherever he
THE SE IOR
MARY KATHRYN MAUST . . . "Mary Kay"
is a friend to all the gang, She likes music,
dancing, and modern slang.
JAMES MCLAUGHLIN . . . "Moe'sU a guy
that will go a long way in life, too, As
there is nothing that he dislikes to do.
MARGARET MEHALLIC . . . A doctor's wife,
Will be "Mugg,s,' mission, No Wonder,
he's a handsome physician.
VITO MELE . . . "Vito", to sleep 'till ten
each day, Is one good way to decrease
GENEVIEVE GILDA MENOSSI . . . At last
We find a "hello fanvg "Geni,' Will be a
good cook for some lucky man.
RUSSELL MILLER . . . Where therels
"Russ,' therels fun, We couldn,t do With-
out this one.
EDWARD MOLCHAN . . . Tall and shy, In
room 20, you'll find this guy.
YVONNE MOORE . . . "Vonnie", the execu-
tive type to be, ls editress of this book,
as you see.
FERNE MORRISON . . . As a beautician,
"Ferne" will pass, As her clothes are
JAMES MOYER . . . "Jim" is a funny little
lad, He dislikes teachers that make him
BARBARA MURRAY . . . You will find
"Babs', a bashful lass, But always on time
for P. D. class.
MARGARET NOVOTNY . . . "Jiggs" is a
humorous lass, She boosts the morale
of every class.
EDWARD PALERMO . . . An active boy on
the football team, To most of the girls,
"Gus" is on the beam.
ROSE PAVLIC . . . A secretarial position is
for "Ro-ron, We hope she does her work
ANITA PEccoN . . . "Neet" is so very
friendly, Anything she has she will gladly
DOROTHY PECHUNKA . . . Away to college
"Dotty" will go, To be a laboratory
technician, We all know.
DOROTHY PETRISKO . . . To be a nurse is
"Doots"' ambition, And keep her pa-
tients in good condition.
DOROTHY PICEL . . . With a twinkle in her
eye and a smile In her voice, For an all
around gal, "Dot,s" our choice.
IRENE PIROVOLOS . . . A secretary "Rene"
Wants to be, She will be a good one, yes-
EDWARD POTOCAR . . . Never study,
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ELIZABETH PRAMUK . . . There is none
friendlier than "Ge-Ge", And a secretary
she Wants to be.
MILDRED PUSHKAR . . . "Millie", a hair
dresser to be, Does a good Job, as you
THOMAS REAGAN . . . Sometimes he's
loud, sometimes he's quiet, Why can't
"Tom" be on a constant diet?
LEROY RHEUBOTTOM . . . "Rhu" is always
happy, always jolly, Never sad or
DORIS LEA RISHEL . . . "Dov is so very
quiet, VVe wonder If she is on a talking
DOROTHY-RICHARDSON . . . "Dot,' is so
quiet and so small, You never know she's
around at all.
JAMES Ross . . . "Button Holel' is in love
with all the girls, Especially those with
DORA JEAN RUTLEY . . . You'll get your
call with the greatest of ease, When you
hear "Doran say, "Number, pleasen.
ELIZABETH R. SAFLARSKI . . . A quiet
girl you can't resist, As a friend, "Betty"
tops the list.
WILLIAM SCHUBERT . . . "Cheap John"
is always shooting pool, It sometimes
makes him late for school.
WILDA SCHULTZ . . . "Wilda" in school is
very shy, But outside, my-o-my!
WILMA G. SCHULTZ . . . One thing we
ask with a shrug, Why don't they ever
call "Wilma", hug.
MARY SEMAcHKo . . . "Medka" is a whiz
in shorthand class, Outside she's even a
CLARK SEMAN . . . He came to us from
Dunbar Hi, "Brooklyn" is tall, quiet,
EDWARD SHERLOCK . . . "Sherlock" is a
funny lad, He loves the teachers that
make him mad.
KATHLEEN SHIPLEY . . . "Kate's ambition
is to work at the Bell, Let's hope she fills
her position well.
GENEVIEVE SHUSTER . . . "Gems" ambition
is to be a clerk, We hope she does not
have much work.
MARY SMORADA . . . As a debator, "Mary"
will rate, In history class her talks were
WENDELL SMITH . . . "Smitty" is a man
who thinks women are swell, To that, all
we can say is, "well, well, well
HARRY SPEAR . . . "Harry" dressed in his
sailor suit, In our opinion, looks very
NORMA STOREY . . . As a basketball
player, "Norm" gets awards, We pity
the forward that she guards.
FRANK STRAMAT . . . To c'Frank", sin-
cerity is the finest trait, So if you are on
his list, you rate.
ROBERT SUICI-I . . . "Bob" will never be a
miser, But to collect pennies, he couldn't
HAROLD TALBOTT . . . Full of pep, and
full of fun, "Tabie" is always on the run.
EDWARD M. ToMKo . . . A private secre-
tary, "Eddie" will be, If he doesn't agree
to drama, as a memory fee.
CORNELL THOMAS . . . Football rates high
vsSthi"Co", To see Coughenour, for miles
s e go.
RUBE TISSUE . . . As a comedian "Rube"
would be great, The highest rank would
be her rate.
BETTY J. TRAINER . . . Typing suits
"Fannie" to a "T", A good secretary,
she hopes to be.
ROSELLA TRETINICK . . . A Western Union
operator is what "Rosen wants to be,
Wait a few years, and we shall see.
BERNICE TURPIN . . . To her friends,
"Bernge" is true, Although her words are
PATRICIA JANE VAIL . . . "Patty" is a
pleasant lass, She leads the team in
KENNETH VARNDELL . . . A womenfs man,
"Ken" would like to be, Hails from
ROBERT VOLCHECK . . . It still remains
quite a mystery, Why "Bob's" favorite
subject is history.
GENEVIEVE VOSHNOCK . . . "Gen" wants
to be a nurse, We know her patients will
be none the worse.
JOHN WASHCO . . . Abilities reach every
fieliici A mighty name is one "John" will
GWENDOLYN EILEEN WEAVER . . . You
can go to the Home Ec Room most any
day, And find "Gwennie,' slaving away.
CLAIRE WEST . . . For "Smokey" to marry
a.thirty-year old man, She'd be the hap-
piest girl In the land.
ANN WHYEL . . . "Ann", you'll notice,
has pretty clothes, Shining black hair
and a cute pug nose.
MARIE M.WIPLIAMS . . . "Marie" wants
to nursle the sick, A better job she could
not PIC .
FRANCES YABLUNOSKY . . . "Francie" will
ble, I'll tell you off hand, A singer with
t e Dorsey Band.
SADIE YAUGER . . . A lovely smile
agddsmiling eylqes, For being friendly,
a IC wm t e prize. I
ANN YERSICK . . . Tall and thin and lots
of fun, As "Millie's" friend, she's number
HAZEL YODER . . . "Dutch" wants to
study art, We hope she succeeds in doing
CHARLES ZEBLEY . . . "Zeb" likes to argue
best, Unless he wins, he cannot rest.
LORETTA ZEHEL . . , To beautify women
is "Lois" ambition, We bet she'll make a
RITA ZERECHECK . . . And then, we have
"Rita,' so light on her feet, A champion
swimmer, she can't be beat.
ANDREW ZoRIcHAK . . . A mechanical
basketball player "Andy', will be, In the
Old University. i
ALLEN ZIES . . . "Allen,, is part of the
Big Two, Always manages to have some-
thing to do.
C Not Picturedj --THoMAs YANETCHKO,
FRANKLIN HIxoN, WILLIAM VANSICKLE.
ROOM 6: Myrtle Bowers, Lois
Cramer, Elaine Crayton, Maxine
Curry, Frances David, Doris
Gaskill, Elva June Gordon,
Marilyn Hepler, Pauline Hileman,
Henrietta Hunt, Catherine Jano-
sik, Genevieve Jellick, Lorraine
Lake, Margaret Myers, Juanita
Oliver, Dorothy Patterson, Mary
Lee Pletcher, Vermell Pollard,
Betty Robinson, Mary Lou Trad-
up, Alverta Scott, Joann Schroyer,
Ethel Sheranko, jo Ann Stanlaw,
RooM 14: Bernadine Benko,
Richard Bosley, Veronica Briscar,
Owen Brooks, Dorothy Butcher,
Carmen Calabrise, Allen Clingen,
Blaine Clingan, George Coughe-
nour, Jack Garber, Leroy Has-
singer, Margaret Kozel, Clyde
Lucky, Homer Martin, Colleen
Morris, Jesse Overly, Frank Phil-
lips, Jason Provance, Irene Ro-
chester, Ted Rozolosky, Andrew
Sadosky, William Shoby, Helen
Smearman, Pat Snyder, Albert
Statovich, Hilda Sullivan, Joseph-
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. ' Junior
Ernest Walters, Dorothy Weaver,
Room Ili: Paul Bahbony, Donald
Barney, james Barnhart, Mary
Ann Batcho, Doris Cooley, Agnes
Cox, Rita Condupa, Edgar Craft,
Caroline Critchfield, Andrew Dito,
lfleanor Duttko, Elaine Foun-
taine, Ivan Fritsch, Betty Good,
Karl Glover, Alvin johnson,
lfdith King, Clarabelle Knoyer,
Lois Liston, Thomas Lucas, Clar-
ence McClain, Marjorie Mc-
Dirfett, Carmen Polito, Nick
Pirovolas, Rocco Rogers, William
Saltrick, Daniel Serratta, Juanita
Singleton, Andy Stepanik, Bernice
Room 17: Steve Anthony, Ed-
ward Augustine, Melvin Brown,
Alice Capatosto, Raymond Carol-
Ia, Betty Crofcheck, Dorothy
Davis, Harry Davis, William
Doyle, Phyllis Fike, Pat Garrow,
Agnes George, Sara Louise Girard,
Charlotte Honza, lilma Hughes,
Ann Kempic, Kathleen Krepps,
Harriet Markovich, Donald Mat-
thews, Sadie Matthews, Norma
Morris, Millicent Pierce, William
Ramage, Lloyd Robinson, Frank
Sally, Theresa Sanzone, Leatrice
Slater, David Smitley, Richard
Speshock, Thomas Stavischeck,
Betty Varndell, Dolores Williams,
Joseph Zimmovan, William Zim-
ROOM 22: Margaret Bellus, jose
ephine Bozak, Margaret Britt,
Frances DeConcilus, Dolly Doak.
Anna Mae Fijalkovich, Kitty Lou
Fisher, Mary Gallis, Eleanor
Glover, Virginia Harenza, Catli-
erine Jones, Helen Kowalczyk,
Catherine Leptinsky, Sophie Mar-
lcovich, Mildred McCormick, Sara
McGinnis, Virginia O'Brien, V11-
lerie Rheuhottoin, Lois Jane
Strawser, Jean Sullivan, Beatrice
Teets, Nina Twyford, Polly
Wallace, Anna Faye Welling.
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NOT PICTUREDS Richard Bosley,
Hugh Gorley, Edgar Guesman,
Arnold Kufrin, Steve Kremposky,
Smith Lantz, Ruth Cligan, Mari-
an Lazarcheck, Lois Ann Martin
Elizabeth Seman, Ralph Knoyer
Frank Lubich, Audrey Maust
Daniel Yersick, Daniel Johnson
Barbara Murray, Peter Polito.
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Clement, Robert Dennis, Edwina
Dick, John Durochick, June
Fisher, Thomas Ford, Theodore
Furin, Donna Haught, Goldie
Jaynes, Lurline johnson, Ruby
Landman, Charles Lulich, Arthur
McCartney, Jean McClain, Lor-
etta Morris, Dolores Muzika,
Mike Patchan, Arlene Petrisko,
Theresa Pocratsky, Helen Sam-
argie,Marianna Sarko, John Schif-
bauer, Sara Smith, Mary Takoch,
Eugene Twardesky, Robert Train-
or, James Uhazie, Thelma Vance,
Joseph Vargo, Josephine Verbus,
RooM 4: Margaret Anthony,
Neal Arison, John Banko, joe
Bora, Anthony Carolla, Billie
Ciez, Elizabeth Christovich, Bar-
bara Crayton, Drusilla Doran,
Raymond Dunaway, Donald Fee,
Ralph Festog, Walter Guziak,
lngraham Jenkins, Walter Kania,
George Lazanick, Frank Leckman,
Connie Lewis, George Lucas,
Theodore Matthews, Ralph Mc-
Gregor, Barbara Mullins, William
Pillar, Bernard Pletcher, Edward
Pluto, Steve Recicar, Benjamin
Santore, Rosemary Smith.
john Stegiira, Patricia Twist,
lillen Wallace, Donald Zebley.
Room 5: Mary Ann llabinsky
Gertrude Bilovesky, Alice Blaze-lc,
Norma l,ee Bonnis, Doris Cook,
Ruth Cooley, Carol Cupp, Betty
Cuppert, Peggy Daniels, Dolores
Durso, George Dursa, Beverly
Gillen, lfarl Gillen, Rebecca
Gillen, Vera Glover, Mildred
Gmitter, Yolanda Goe, Richard
Griffin, Gloria Hall, Bernice
llarford, Charles Harford, janet
Harmon, Rhoda Hawkins, Joseph-
ine Kopehany, Charles Miller,
Dorothy Novak, Emily Novak,
Bernadine Opalko, Betty Palic,
Dorothy Seman, Shirley Suich,
Yineent Vidonish, Edmund Zehel.
Room 7: Andy Bryner, Charles
Casteel, Marion Clingan, Wilma
Clingan, Garnet Coburn, Sarah
Crawford, Dorothy David, Fran-
ces Dnlany, Robert Grimm,
limma Guesinan, Lorraine Gure-
man, joseph cillfllilfl, Garnet
Hall, Birdie Hunt, Martha jel-
liek, Dorothy Kinley, Betty Lake,
Pauline l,ueas, Virginia Mager
Bertha Martin, Billy MeNatt
Kenneth Patchan, George Peters,
Albina Picel, Edward Rishel,
Lorraine Rosenik, Robert Saluga,
David Schafer, Charles Show,
Mary Sikina, Dolly Smorada,
Barbara Soper, Elaine Stockwell,
Mary Lou Turner, Betty Wil-
liams, Cora Jane Wilson, Alex-
ander Wishnie, William Yablu-
nosky, Violet Ann Yeagley, John
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Room 8: Josephine Bendekovich,
Laura Davis, Florence Delverne,
Mary jane Demeter, Ann Der-
hammer, lrene Dolncy, Evelyn
Duritsa, Agnes Evans, Gladys
Hansacker, Eleanor Kubina, ,lean
Luckey, Martha Novak, Ann
Pizzichetti, Christina Pustay,
Maria Pyskach, Roselma Savel,
Eleanor Smorada, Margaret Spru-
ell, Kathryn Stefanik, Lorraine
Steiner, Patty 'l'homas, Beverly
Whitman, Norma Yauger, Edna
Zebley, Robert Balchak, Louis
Concheck, James Conroy, Donald
Crable, Albert D'Amore, Harold
Deitrick, Harry Gab o, Stanley
Haragos, xGeorge Leachkt, Clar-
ence Miller, George Miller, Adolph
Mysza, Raymond Painley, Ed-
ward Porubek, Francis Premuk,
Robert Rodeheaver, Edward Rus-
sell, Edward Stavischak, Edward
Utlak, Lawrence Viher.
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Nor PICTURED: Charles Lengjak,
Steve Washco, Evelyn Yauger,
Lois Baird, Lillian Blackut, Mary
Bota, Beatrice Jones, Carl Ko-
vach, Clyde Perkins, Irene
Dolney, Arthur Jacobs, James
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ROOM 2: J. R. Ammon, Charles Ausrin, lrene BlG7Ek, Marie Brasseur, Edward Burke, Ray Condupa, Belly Dorsey, Thomas Felix, Virginia Filce, Helen Gaydos, Kennelh Grimes, Eleanor l-lall, Maxine Hileman, Thomas Hudi
Bolo Marlin, John Mareoslcy, James Miller, LaVern Milchell, Merrill Milchell, George MT. Joy, Florence Ondrish, Wendell Painley, Marie Pensock, John Pierce, Don Rulh, Raymond Sallrick, Robert Savage, Anna
Springer, Palricia Valenlovich, Eleanor Vandigo, Allen Welsh, Carol Williams.
ROOM 9: Kalhryn Bena, Paul Benko, Edward Blascheck, Hilda Blouser, Robinson Borli, William Jalcowski, Josephine DeFranlc, Carol Dodrill, Francis Dzurilla, Pauline Fenyar, Roberl Fiffik, Dorolhy Florlcevich, Theresa Fra
Alice June Grego, Glenn Hulchinson, William Kania, Joan Karpinsky, William Koonfz, Theresa Kozel, Helen Krillco, Malilda Kubic, Dwaine Lowery, Leonard Lucas, Rolaerla Morolllco, James McNull, Beverly O'H
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Margarer Ondo, Theresa Pace, Edward Palgula, Elsie Phillips, Eslhe. Renner, Rira ocnes er, ice ayage,
ROOM IO: Eula Addis, Dale Bryson, Clarence Burwell, Elsie Cossiclc, John Delligalli, Pauline Fisher, Thomas George, Harold Halbroolr, Joseph Harmon, Belly Herman, Samuel Flobi, Joseph Holp, George Hull, Jos
Kempic, Anna Kilda, Michael Kurcina, Frank Leeper, Charles Marlcovich, Geraldine Marlcovich, Rhea Maslan, Ray Minghi, Joe Palya, Leonard Payliclc, Mary Paroda, Rila Persichilli, George Rrlvovilch, Vilma Sarko, lx
Ann Sayachlco, Earl Savage, Dolores Shusler, Phillip Shipley, Andrew Slater, Theodore Sfequra, Mary Sleiner, Harold Turpin, Dolores Wilde,
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14 Uniontown . . . . 13
26 Perryopolis . . , 7
34 Georges . . . . . . 7
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14 South Union . , 13
FIRST ROW: Harlorcl, D, Monaco, Lockman, Couqlionour, Lubich
Calebrise, Delliqalli, Leachlmo, Talbot, Ml. Joy, Sorrow.
SECOND ROW: Kania, l-lamborslcy, lvlendls, Carolla, Brzaclc
Palermo, Ross, Johnston, l.ulicl'1, J. Monaco, Peccon.
THIRD ROW: Mr, Furin, T, Furin, Saluqa, Bota. Mueller, Volcheclc
Deflenbaugh, Davis, l-lassinger, Polilo, Duroclweclc, Mr. Wilson.
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With one of the best records in many years, Coach Steve Furin with a squad
of forty players won six games, lost two, and tied one, to bring North Union up
among one of the top high school teams.
With a few weeks practice, the Rams opened the season, defeating Centerville
by the score of 12 to 0. Zimmovan took things into hand and scored both touch-
downs in the initial fray.
The Rams next were held to a scoreless deadlock by Scottdale, in a spectacular
game during a downpour. Neither will be forgotten soon.
With the loss of their star fullback, "Rock', Zimmovan, the Rams lost their
first game to their ancient rivals, South Union, by the score of 14 to 0.
Next, Dunbar put another one into the loss column by the score of 25 to 2.
Then came the "Surprise,'. The Rams, playing their eighth game with Union-
town in sixteen years, beat them, 14 to 13. With each boy playing thumbs-up ball,
the Rams were able to recover many fumbles. The Ram Rooters were brought to
their feet when little right halfback, Carmen Calabrise, with excellent blocking by
Bill Deffenbaugh, spurted 98 yards for a touchdown.
At the annual Dad's Night, the Rams defeated Perry by the score of 26 to 7.
Coach Furin found new talent in "Duck" Davis, who made most of the Ram's
points in this game.
Regaining "Rock" Zimmovan, North Union downed Georges 32 to 7 with
Zimmovan, Coughenour, Calabrise, Bota, and Johnson registering all the necessary
points plus a few extra.
The Rams then took another one from the Greene County Carmichaels eleven
by the score of 20 to 7. Calabrise and Zimmovan tallied the scores.
Then came the final and second game with South Union. The Rams came
back with a more experienced eleven and beat South Union 14 to 13. "Rock"
Zimmovan and "Ducky Davis chalked up the scores in this game.
lR0ck Zimmovan Good for nine yards a plunge
Duck Davis Very tricky and clever
98 Valabrise Like greased lightning
Pete Polito Always on the ball
Captain Brzack Keeps his man out
Gus Palermo Hits them high
Bearer ohnson Get those passes
Bill Deffenbaugh Man what a guar V
Cuggy Lulich Calls the right signals
Andy Stepanlk Buddy to Deffenbaugh
Two p0ll'lt Bota Helps gain yardage
Andy Kemplc Loves to play football
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Coach Furin's plan for dribblers to enter the Section XXII
penant race was not unheeded. November 30 found 30 boys going
through the paces of Coach, while he evaluated their talents.
McLaughlin, Zorichak, and Doman were the only boys
returning from the previous year's squad.
From the 30 boys, a squad of 12 was chosen and these lads,
under the expert piloting of Coach Furin, made a record that all
can be proud of.
North Union was one of the three teams deadlocked for first
place in the Section XXII race. It was only in the last game of
the year that the victor was determined.
The team which pulled down third place in the race lost one
game to German Township and South Union each and two games
to Point Marion. In the large win column was two each from
Dunbar, Georges, Redstone, Mapletown, and one from German
and South Union-the Blue Devils only defeat ofthe season.
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FIRST Row: Audrey Maust, Vera Glover, Frances Dulaney, Sarah Crawford,
Donna Haught, Dorothy Springer, Violet Ann Yeagley, Pauline Adams, Mary
Semachlco, Rose Pavlic, Mary Lee Pleteher, Mary Ann Batcho, Rita Condupa,
SECOND ROW: Miss Crawford, Miss Bryson, Elma Hughes, Eleanor Lowry, Carol
Dodrill, Colleen Morris, Mary Bota, Doris Cooley, Marian Clingan, Norma
Collins, Rosella Tretinick, Betty Good, Mary Ann Lukotch, Ann Derhamlner,
Florence Delverne, Mary Jewel Schroyer.
THIRD Row: Eleanor I-lulway, Theresa Kania, Iona Bryner, Leatriee Slater, Ann
Kempic, Lois Liston, Marjorie McDil'lett, Willa Jordan, Ruby Tissue, Rita
Zerecheck, Lillian Blaekut, Doris Gaskill.
FouR'1'H Row: Loretta Morris, Norma Morris, Elaine Crayton, liva Brasseur,
Loretta Zehel, Regina Condupa, June Burke, Ifddie Harmon, Billy Ramage,
Ronnie Fiorvanti, Sophie Marlcovich, Neal Arison, Charles Zehley.
. . How deep is the ocean?
G. A. A. COUNCIL
Norma Story, Miss Bryson, Theresa Sanzone, Mary
Ann Lukotch, Mary Bolish, Betty Good, Dorothy
Dempf, Rita Condupa.
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Eleanor Hulway, Florence Bodziony, Ruby
Margaret l-lolp, Dora Jean Rutley, Kathleen
Edith Bailes, Eva Brasseur, Gwendolyn
Regina Condupa, Elizabeth Pramuk, Iona
Betty Conway, Miss Reed, Genevieve Menossi,
. . . Tea for two
DANCE CL B
l'lIRS'l' Row: Mary Lou Tradup, Betty Good, Fern
Morrison, Maxine Curry, Cornell Thomas, Betty
Conway, Martha Cindrie, Anna Pearl Doyle, Sophia
Markovieh, Cecelia Kozak.
Slieobln Row: Rita Condupa, Lois Jane Strawser, Mary
Ann Lukotch, Regina Condupa, Margie McDifTett,
Miss Stull, lfleanor Hamhorsky, Willa Jordan, Rita
. . . You're easy to dance With.
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FIRST Row: ,lack Connors, Ronald Fiorvanti, Yvonne Moore,
lfditressg Harry Spear, Harry Gaharko, George Miller.
SIQCIJNIJ Row: Mrs. Peterson, Andrew Zorichak, Marie Williams,
Russell Miller, lona Bryner, lfarl Savage, Edward Tomako,
Charles Zehely, Sophia Markovich, Elizabeth Saflarsky, Copy
lfditressg Audrey Maust, Patty Vail, Ivan Fritsch, Bill Burwell,
BIIsiness Manager: lfiiggene Koontz, lfdgar Craft, Mary aKtherine
lwaust, Miss Shallenherger CNorma Collins, not picturedl.
. . . VVe wrote itg you read it.
FIRST Row: Rosella Tretinik, Rllfll Doran, Betty Cuppett, lfllen
Wallzice, Lorraine Rosenik, Mary Ann Bahinsky, Charles Zehley.
SECOND ROW! Weliclell Smith, liditorg Gene Maust, Richard Gril-
fin, Martha Cindric, Audrey Maust, Mary l,ou 'l'radup, lfdward
Tomko, Cecelia Kozalc, Gloria Hall, Sophia Markovieh, Marjorie
McDifTett, Catherine -lanosik.
TI-IIRD ROW: Rita Zerecheclc, Frances Yahlunosky, Doris Hawkins,
Anna Pearl Doyle, Helen Gaharko, Ronald l"ioryanti, Betty
lralnor, Maxine Curry, Betty Good, Rita Condupa, l,ois l,Iston.
FoURTH Row: Edgar Craft, Miss Poorhaugli, lflizaheth Saflarsky,
Robert Fisher, Sally Amsley, Rosemary Smith, lflva ,lune Gordon,
Ivan Fritsch, Russell Miller.
. . . In addition to the 'l'oreh-teletype, telephone, and tell a
lJIll'1l.V11-1 1 lb LILUD
FIRST Row: Gloria Hall, Ronald Fiorvanti, Norma Lee Bonnis,
Martha Stramat, Fsther Renner, Loretta Morris, Audrey M3llSf,
Angela Soom, Alice Grego, Ann Kempic, Mary Smorada, Miss
Shallenherger, Sophia Marlcovich, Vera Glover, Pauline Adams,
Louise Leachlco, Doris Cooley, Edward Tomko.
Sr:coNn Row: Carol VVilliams, Mary Ann Sarlco, Patty Vail, Betty
Cuppett, lflsie Cossick, Flsie Phillips, Yolanda Goe, Rita Masco,
lflizaheth Stefanlco, Leatrice Slater, Millicent Pierce, Ruth Spiker,
Jean Pomper, Norma Storey, Caroline Critchfield, Dorothy
Dempf, Mary jane Demiter, Joanne Glover, Sylvia Collins.
THIRIJ Row: Marie Williams, Leona Benlco, Veronica Briscar
lfdward Harmon, Charles Brzaclc, Charles Zehley.
THE BIFLE CLUB
FIRST Row: Clarence Burwell, David Schaffer, Neal Arison,
SEcoND Row: Gene Maust, Ralph Fgyud, Tom Reagan, Mr.
Hubert, Edgar Craft, Boh Dennis, lvan Fritsch.
NoT PICTUREIJ: Arnold Kufrin, lngraham Jenkins, Weiiclell Smith,
Homer Martin, Rohert We:1x'er, Russell Miller.
. . . The Big l'Shots,'.
FIRST Row: llarold Tallhott, jack Connors, Bill Burwell.
Si-1eoNo Row: Gene Maust, Wendell Smith, Andy ZOl'lCl12lli,x'l2lI11CS
Moyer, Harry Spear, lfugene Koontz, Reid Hagerty, ltdward
Kline, Mr. Means, lVlr. Dumhauld, Russell lVl1ller, Joseph Doman,
Robert Fisher, Charles Zehley, Thomas Reagan.
. . North Union's Gestapo.
ART CL B
FIRST Row: hlarie Williams, Fleming Hjorth, Richard Yersick,
Rosemary Smith, Betty lVliller, lfleanor Duttko, Gwendolyn
Thomas, Bill Saltrielc, Vllayne Spilier, hlarjorie Lantz, lfdward
Sr:eoNn Row: lnlazel Yoder, Maria Pyskateh, Veronica Brisear,
Mrs. Brooks, Glen Hutchinson, Clarence Burwell, Paul Benko,
Mike Kurema. lAllen Welsh, Glen Hopwood, not pieturedj
. . . Art for our sake.
PIANIST: Mary Katherine Maust.
SECOND Row: Ivan Fritsch, Gene Maust, black Garher, Leroy
Rheubottom, Bill Franks.
. . . Play Whatls Written, not what's rotten.
FIRST Row: Mr. Hulbert, Mary Lou Tradup, Yvonne Moore,
Audrey Maust, Dolores Berry, Martha Jane Horby, Mary
Smorada, Bette jane Hinton, Beryl Coburn.
SI2eoND Sow: lrene Rochester, Violet Ann Yeagley, Vermell
Pollard, Maxine Matthews, Pauline Adams, Eleanor Copus,
Dorothy Patterson, Henrietta Hunt.
'FHIRD Row: Clarence Burwell, Bill Burvvell, Ivan Fritsch, Gen:
Mause, Anna Gallis, .Ioan Kumor, Frances Yablunosky, Mary
Katherine Maust, Pat Snyder.
. . . Open the window-I Want to see a smile on your pan.
FIRST Row: Clarence Burwell, Eleanor Copus, Kenneth Patehan,
what she thought was ll-2-U was H-2-SU--lf'
F IREF IGHTERS
FIRST Sow: Vl'illiam Kozlina, lVlr. lVleans, Boh VVeaver, Mr
Vllilson, john Hanzes, Homer lVlartin, Harry Spear, llarolcl Spear
hlike Cronin, Karl Glover, Clarence Miller, Kenneth Varndell.
Siicowu Row: Charles Zelnley, Frank Straniat, Smith l,antz
Charles Brzaek, ,lack Connors, lfclwarcl Harmon, lfrnest VValters,
Bates Hess, john hlenclis, Russell Miller, Reid Hagerty, lfclwarcl
Sherlock, lfugene Koontz, lfclwarcl hleclriek, lioh Suich, lfdwarcl
'llIIIRD Row: Donalcl Hassinger, George Couggheuour, Neal Arison,
lfclwarcl Palermo, Louis Stipich, james hloyer, Frank Leekman.
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2. Miss Reed cutting class?
3. The Collins, girl and hoy.
4. Terry and Bill loafing-for
5. Lorraine and Mary Ann in
a Winter VVonderland.
6. Here's Tessie, Folks.
7. Claire goes riding.
8. Four good patrolmen: Gene,
Wenclell, Bill, and lfd.
9. School's out.
10. Our specialty: Agitzitinf
ll. Ferne and Co.
12. Buddies-Cug and Pete.
13. Five smilin' lzlssies.
14. Catching Flies, lid?
15. The Three Musketeers: Jim,
Jack, and Eugene.
16. The BUGS -- A Female
17. Jean Condupa at prom time.
18. VVindow breakers - Millie
19. Andy, joe, Jack-What Il
20. The RIVER RATS-Coach
Furin's Reserve Team.
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Sauers Men's Siore
Ellis Music S'I'ore
Benson's-Exclusive Disiribufors of Richman
Anderson's Nui Shop
Freeman Shoe Sfore, 36 Wesf Main Sfreei' ff'
Campbell-Hafhaay Company, 73 Wesi'
Charles F. Eggers Company, 80 Easi'
Whi+e Swan Flower Shop
Dave's Dairy Bar
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Bar+on's Flower Shop
Schein Brofhers Jewelers
Leroy D. Feinberg
Gomer Jones Jeweler, Sfafe Theafre Bldg.
Arcade Opfical Company, Second Nafional
Banlc Bldg., Phone 64l-J
Hunf's Jewelry Sfore, John S. Luiz, Mgr.
Julius Levy's Young Men's Shop-Nexi' +o
Rose's Confecfionary, I46 Connellsville S+.
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