Trafford High School - Reflector Yearbook (Trafford, PA)
- Class of 1952
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Published by the
SENIOR CLASS OF
TRAFFORD HIGH SCHOOL
In the publication of this book, we have endeavored
to acquaint you With the life in Trafford High School.
When reading this annual, We hope that you Will be well
pleased and that you will hold in your minds and hearts
the memories of the Seniors of "52.v
In addition to this, We hope We have placed before
you a true reproduction of the activities and honors of
our days spent in T. H. S.
Title Page ..,.,.,
Foreword A .,....
Table of Contents .......,
Dedication .... ..,.,..
Faculty ,..,.,,., , .
Senior Class History ,.
Senior Class Pictures ,........,.. ,,.,,.,,
Senior Class History Qcont.J ,. ..
Grade School Faculty ,.., ,...
Snapshots , , .,,,... . 7
Junior Class History . ..., .
Junior Class Pictures . ..,....,. .
Sophomore Class History ..
Sophomore Class Pictures .,..s..
., ., , 16
,. . 20
Junior High Class Histories ...s,s,,.,..... 22
Freshman Class Pictures 7
Eighth Grade Class Pictures .,......,r.
. .,.... 23
Seventh Grade Class Pictures ,... .r,.,.... 2 5
Snapshots ,, rrr.. .. .rrr.r ....,.rr.r , .H
CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS, ACTIVITIES
Student Council ,.,...,..,,rr.r......r. .,.,,.
National Honor Society
Minstrel ,r,.,,....,,,.,......,,, ...,
Junior Class Play .r... ..,,
Varsity Club ...r.., ,
Stage Crew ., ....,., .....,r.t.......,,..r ,.... . ,
Future Homemakers of America ...r
r. ,. .. 30
Commercial Club ......,. ,....... 3 1
Chorus ..r,,.. ,,,..,...... .,...... 3 2
County Chorus . ........ 32
Tomahawk s........ ...rr.r. 3 3
Camera Club .,...... ....,... 3 3
Band 7. ..r,..,. . ,...... . 34
Majorettes . ...,.... 35
Cheerleaders .,... ,....... 3 5
Dramatic Club ., . ,r.r... . 36
Orchestra ,.,.. .. .,... 87
Beginning Band .r... r.,,..., 3 7
May Queen .......,,rr,,,,..,. r.r,, ....,.,, 3 8
May Queen Attendants .,.,..., .. 39
Senior Class Play ..,.. .... ...,,r,. 4 0
Reflector Staff A 41
Snapshots V...... .,..,s.. 4 2
Football Squad and Coaches .. . ,.,.... . 44
Football Season ,. , .,.....,.,.... ,.....a.....,... . . 45
Varsity Basketball season and scores .. 46
Junior Varsity Basketball and scores ., 47
G.A.A, .. ,. . .... ....,..,,.........,........ .s..,. , 1 48-49
Junior High Basketball and scores .,.... 50
Baseball .,,.,..,,,..........,...s... ..r......., , Z ..,.. 51
Track r.., ,..,. 4. 52
Snapshots . ....r.,.. ...... . 53
Kindergarten ..r,.... . ,.,,.. 54
Autographs ..rr ,,,,A,,, 5 5
Patrons . ,,4,A 56
Advertisers 7. ,btn I 57-30
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Memor Et Fidelis
To the Trafford boys who have entered the armed services of their
country we dedicate this 1952 issue of The Reflector.
We are proud that in this highly industrialized corner of the
arsenal of democracy, honeyeombed as it is with factions subversive and
coercive, that Trafford boys still believe in the American way of
life so ardently that the cause of freedom, the relieving of the down-
trodden and enslaved peoples is yet a rallying cry.
We rejoice in the return of the many who have served their country
willingly and faithfully and who once more are taking their places
in our community life.
We grieve for those who in the line of duty have been wounded
both mentally and physically. YVe pray Cod to heal their wounds and
remove all bitterness from their lives.
We revere the memory of those who gave their lives in that last
full measure of devotion, those whose brothers and sisters are our
schoolmates. May they remember the devotion of these lost to us, and.
through rainbows made from their tears, may they see that bright
tomorrow, that day we are all striving for when a free people shall
dwell in a peaceful world.
To the memory of these who have served us we will always be
Indiana S.'li.C., B.S. in Ed. Unixvrsity of
Pittslnlrgh M. lid. Cmitixlllrzl Ciillfiliilill alt
NIR. ANDREW BRYAN CARNACK
California S.T.C., Ponnsyivzlnia Stutv Col-
lcgv, B.S. University of PiitSi7l11'gi1 MA. Con-
? tinnf-cl work at Colnxnlviu and Uniw-rsity of
MH. N. V. LLOYD
Assistant Supervising Principal
illiYl'l'Sity uf l'ittsl1n1'gi1.
QI to Higlitj Mr. -Ianni-s Malik-y, Mr. llzlrry Svvillv, Nlr. Hurry
rl, Mr, Alina-rt Hnssr-ll, Mr. john lIzn'tIvy
MR. R. L. ROBINSON
High School Principal, University of Pittsburgh
B.A. and M. Lette-rs, Continued education at
University of Pittsburgh. French I, Ilg Sponsors
Stage Crew and Minstrc-l
MR. C. R. SCHROCK
Assistant Principal Juniata Colle-ge, B.A. History
8, IV, and Driving. Faculty Manager of Ath-
MISS IOAN JONES, SECRETARY MISS IRENE DOUCHERTY, R. N. MR. HENRY FERHI
Grace Martin Sc-crctarial School. Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. Con- Carus-girl Te-ch, B.A. Music Supervisor,
tinued oducation at Pennsylvania Statv Band Director.
College and Duquesne University.
MR. THOMAS HEAPS
Lock Haven S.T.C., B.S. Ed:
Continued education at Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Math
IVg Algebra II, Math 75 Plane
Geometryq Track Coaclig As-
sistant Football Coach
MRS. LOTTIE B. HARRIS MR. DONALD A. RUCKLE
Seton Hill College, B.S.- Bloomsburg State Teachers
Continued education at Seton Collegvq B.S. in Commerce.
Hill Collegcg Home Econom- Typing, Shorthand
icS: Sponsor Future Home-
makcrs ol America Club
MRS. WAYNE NEIL
Clarion S.T.C., B.A.g contin-
ued education Indiana S.T.C.,
Duke Universityg Literature,
Art, Ancient History, History
of Pennsylvania, Civics
MR. MELVIN EREMIC
Slippery Rock S.T.C., B.S. in
Ezlg continued education at
University of P i t t s b u r g h.
Physical Educationg Health:
General Scienceg Drivingg
llead Coach of Football,
Baseball, lr. Hi Basketball,
Sponsor of Boy's Varsity Club
MR. RAYMOND SIEGEL
Califomia S.T.C.. B.S. In Ed
Continued education at Uni
versity of Pittsburgh. Indus-
MISS EVELYN SHAULIS
Thiel, B.S. Continued educa-
tion at University of Pitts-
burgh. J.B.T.g Shorthand Hg
Bus. Lawg Bus. Engg Book-
keeping I. Transeriptirm
MISS MARY ELIZABETH
Mount Union College A.B.g
Pennsylvania State College:
M.A.g continued education at
Pennsylvania State College
English I, IVg Latin I, IIg
Sr. Class Play, Reflector, May
Grove City College B.
S. Continued education
at University of Pitts-
hurghg Biology: Chemis-
tryg Physicsg Head
Coach of Basketball
MRS. C. V. LLOYD
Wooster College B.A.g
University of Pittsburgh
M.A. Continued educa-
tion at Chautauquag
School Lihrariang His-
tory II, IIIg Sponsor of
N. H. S.
XVestminster A.B. Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh M.
A.g English I, II, Illg
Advisor to Tomahawkg
Sponsor of Camera Club
MISS LOIS SMITH
Grove City College, B.A.,
Speechg English 7, 85 Art 84
Sponsors jr. Dramatic Cluh
MISS AUDREY REMALEY
Slippery Rock S.T.C., B.S.
Phys. Eclg Healthg Lili. Sc.g
Gen'l Science-g Girls Athletic
MR. DICK T.
Indiana S.T.C., B.S.
Pennsylvania State Col-
lege M. in Edg Geogra-
phy 7, 8g History 95
Sponsor of Traifordians
SENIOR CLASS HI TORY
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Betty Koepka .4...4,..,. ,, ,..,.. .,...,......,........,. S ccrctary
Wilma Meager ,...,..,,..,,..,. .. , .......,,,.. Treasurer
Mary Jane Marshalck ..,., .,,,... V ice President
Anthony Asquino ,,
In the fall of '49 our "Alma Mammyv was
blessed with 57 original udiapered darlings" of
'34 who with love in their hearts and brains in
their heads sought to prove to upper class-
men and teachers that they could conquer
Latin, algebra, and English.
To lead us through this new year we
chose Marcia Cracion as President, and for
some reason or other we can't remember the
others. Those meetings proved that Marcie
Cracion had the most powerful voice in the
Chosen to lead our teams to victory were
Mary Jane Marshalek and Irene Litwin. Others
from the class played in the orchestra or band,
those in the band were led by the twirling
cuties of the class, Marjorie McKee, Marcia
Gracion, and Arlene Neale.
The two songbirds for the classg Josephine
and Lexine Carter, were outstanding as vocal-
ists for the school orchestra.
jack Connor stood out among the grease
paint dramatic group showing his talents as
an End Man in the Minstrel and as the annoy-
ing "Kid brother" in "A Date With Judy."
VVe thought our Freshmen parties would
be Hops. But when the food was brought out,
with everyone grabbing and gulping, they
soon proved to be a huge success. VVhat
would those boys do without the girls??
Our Freshmen year will be an everlasting
memory in all our minds. It was the year
when the school system was partially changed
and also no freshmen attendants were chosen
to honor the May Queenis court, which disap-
pointed the girls.
Coming into our Sophomore Vear we
found that we lost quite a few of our members.
Four of the fellows joined the service and the
one girl, Elizabeth Wilson, moved to lean-
nette. That left a total of 15 boys and girls.
No one can say that the boys had the say so
in the class,
Elected by the members of the class were
Herky Asquino, Presidentg Dick Hydak, Vice
Presidentg Betty Koepka, Secretaryg and last
but not least Paul Turkovich as our Treasurer.
Speaking of Paul Turkovich we suggest that
he take a course in bookkeeping!
Football . . . Baseball . .
President of the class , . .
Stage Crew . . . Minstrel . . .
Interclass Basketball . , .
Varsity Club President . . .
Bernieis pal . . . seen chew-
ing tobacco and wearing
dumpy hats . . . Ambition:
Commercial Club . . .C.A.A.
. . . Never in the room when
the late bell rings . . . Tiny
but able to be heard . , .
Seen with Mitzi and Vernie
. . , Ambition: Take a long
Chorus . . . G.A.A .... Band
, . , Cirl's Varsity . . . Cam-
era Club . . . Tomahawk . . .
Fligbtiest girl in the S-enior
class . . . Interests lie in the
Junior and Sophomore class-
cs, Ambition: future WAC.
C.A.A .... Interclass basket-
ball . , , Always seen with
Twyla . . . Pet Peeve: Sneak-
ing out of school . . . Soda
Jerk . . . Favorite song of
Cort and Twyla: "Smoke
That Cigarette" . . , Ambi-
tion: Get married.
Band , , . Tomahawk . . .
Camera Club . , . County
Chorus . . . Mr. Schrock's pet
. . . Senior Class Play . . .
Refiector . . , Bragger of the
class , . , Ambition: to make
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Manager of Football team
. . . Track . . . favors Chem-
istry class IFJ . . . Liked by
all . . . One of the First
Street Gang . , . Ambition:
To get out of school.
Editor of the Tomahawk . , .
Mr. Schrockis secretary . . .
Chorus . . . Commercial Club
, . , Always working hard
. . . Ambition: Travel.
Commercial Club . . , Cirl's
Varsity . , . G.A.A .... Inter-
class basketball . . . Ger-
trudeis better half . , . Very
fond of i'Mendy" . . . Band
. . . Ambition: Join the
Commercial Club , , . C.A.A.
... FHA .... QW...
Liked by all . . . Ambition:
Commercial Club . . . Cirl's
Varsity . . . Interclass Basket-
ball . . . G.A.A ,.., Heart
interest lies out of town . , .
Secretary to Mr. Ferri and
Mr. Seigel . . . Ambition:
Commercial Club . . , C.A.A.
. . . Interclass Basketball , . .
Sin er of the class Secre
g . . . -
tary to Mrs. Harris and Mr.
K e n y o n . . . Ambition:
Secretary of the Tomahawk,
fwriter of Tommy Sezl . , .
C.A.A .... Rellector . . .
Fond of "Kelly" green . . .
Treasurer of the Commercial
Club , . . Always seen laugh-
ing , . . Liked by everyone
. . , Ambition: Nurse.
Tomahawk . . . C.A.A. . . .
F.H.A. , , . Commercial Club
, . . Actress of the class . . .
Fond of Mimi and perfume
. . . drives a Chevie . . .
Track . . . Football , . . Inter-
class Basketball . . . Varsity
Club , . . joker of the class
. . . All bones and no flesh!
Jackis pal , . . He finally
made itll Ambition: Boro
Track . . . Junior Class Play
. . . Paul's best friend . . .
Always ready with a smile
. . . King of Hearts . . , Fond
of "Bunny" rabbits . . .
Drives a Buick . . . Class
Romeo . . . Ambition:
Football . . . Track . , . In-
terclass Basketball . . . Min-
strel End Man . . , Senior
Class Play . . . Always seen
and heard . , . Good actor
, . . Sam's pal . . . Ambition:
Football . . . Track . . . Inter-
class Basketball , . . Can't
help being seen , . . Under-
taker's'son , . , Favorite ex-
pression: "I'll get you yet!"
Baseball . . . Track . . . Seen
but not heard . . . Favorite
pastime: Hunting and fish-
ing , . . Ambition: Sam's
Editor of Reflector . . . C.A.
A .... Head majorette , . .
Always ready for a good ar-
gument . . . Seen hot-rodding
in a Pontiac . . . Queen of
Hearts , . . Secretary of N.
H. S .... Baby of the class
. . . Heart belongs to a cer-
tain Senior at Penn State
. , . Junior attendant . . ,
Hails from Patton Twp .,..
Football . , . Drives a Ply-
mouth . . . Favorite subject:
P. O, 'Favorite song:
"Once in love with Amyf,
Ambition: selling television.
Commercial Club , . . C.A.A.
. . , Tomahawk . , , Reflector
. . . Favorite subject: Short-
hand? . . . Fond of "Evo,'
. . . Ambition: Travel and
own a cigarette factory.
Chorus , . . Camera Club . . .
Senior Class Play . . . Com-
mercial Club . . . 5' 2" eyes
of blue . . , Fond of UTQXH
. . . Ambition: receptionist.
Band , . . Chorus . . . Toma-
hawk . . , Reflector . . ,
"Billy,' makes her heart
throb . . . junior and Senior
Class Play . . . Class Poet
. , . Ambition: Nurse.
lligh stepping majorette , . .
chorus , . . C.A.A .... Soda
jerk at Weyanidtis . . . quiet
. . . Ambition: Pharmacist
Treasurer of Senior Class . . .
C,A.A .... Commercial Club
. . . Tomahawk , . . County
Chorus . . . Band . , . Object
of all teasing . . . Ambition:
Own a ranch in Arivona.
Commercial Club . , , Secre-
tary to Mr, Robinson . . .
Interclass basketball . . . jun-
ior and Senior Class Play . . .
Nice personality and disposi-
tion . . . Mr. Scale's secre-
tary . , , Class Secretary . . .
Ambition: Private Secretary.
Cheerleader . . . C.A.A. . . .
Object of her affection: Tub-
by . . , Commercial Club . . .
One of the Eighth Street
Gang . . . Student council
. . . Ambition: go to Atlantic
President of Commercial
Club . , . Vice President of
Senior Class . . . N.H.S. . . .
Secretary to Miss Barmak,
Miss Bierer, and Mr. Shank
. . . Daisy Mae . . , junior
and Senior class play . . .
Reflector . . . peppy cheer-
leader . . . Ambition: Edu-
Sophomore and Senior at-
tendant . , . Commercial
Club . . . Treasurer of Toma-
hawk . . . Favorite song:
"Bill,' . , . Baric's right hand
man . . . Ambition: get mar-
Commercial Club . , . C.A.A.
. . . Reflector , . . Majorette
for three years . . . Junior
and Senior attendant . . .
Friend of everyone . , . Her
interest goes to Clarion S.T,
C ..., Dislikes school . . .
Pretty . . . Ambition: Own
a car and house.
Track . . . Football . . ,
Manager of Basketball . . .
Iunior 451 Senior Class Play
. , . Quiet . . . Likes to ice
skate . . . Ambition: Bas-
Possessor of beautiful brown
eyes . . . Camera Club . . .
Hails from Pitcairn . . . Fond
of Eugene , . . Ambition:
Mrs. Eugene Patrick.
Football . . . Track . . . Var-
sity Club . , . Interclass Bas-
ketball . . . Lil Abner , , .
Possessor of beautiful black
hair . . . Neat Dresser . . .
Cracionis Chemistry partner
. . . Ambition: college.
Commercial Club . . . Secre-
tary to Mrs. Neil . . . Quiet-
est girl in the class . . . Fond
of Pitcairn . . . Ambition:
Tomahawk . . . C.A.A, . . .
Reflector . . . Commercial
Club . . . Junior Class Play
. . . Color Guard . . . Secre-
tary to Mr, Trembath and
Mr, Ruckle . . . Pretty hair
. . . Nice and slender . . .
Ambition: Beautician or Sec-
Commercial Club . , . Presi-
dent of F.H.A .... Chorus
. . . Possessor of beautiful
teeth , . . always smiling . . ,
ambition: to attend business
Commercial Club , . . F.H.A.
. . . Chorus . . . G.A.A. . . .
Favorite subject: Home Ee
fill Interest lies in Mason-
town . . . Loves to eat , , .
Ambition: get rich quick.
Tomahawk . . . Reflector . . .
Chorus . . . Hails from Pat-
ton Twp .... Likes to
square dance and roller skate
. . . Works at Pullens . , .
Pleasing personality , , . Am-
bition: to become a nurse.
SN YDER, SHIRLEY
F.H.A .... G.A.A .... Re-
Hector . . . Possessor of long
blonde hair and blue eyes
. . . Drives Ernieis Hudson
. . . Ambition: Mrs. Ernest
Tomahawk , . . Senior Class
Play . . . Camera Club . . .
Likes to talk . . . always
smiling . . . Likes to stump
the teachers . . . Ambition:
To succeed Mr. Trembath in
Girls Varsity . . . C.A.A. , . .
Interclass Basketball . , . Our
May Queen . . . Sophomore
attendant . . . Likes Tommy
. . . Commercial Club . . .
Good Joker . . . Ambition:
Varsity Club , . . Track . , .
Football . . . Baseball . . .
Student Council . . . Stage
Crew . . . Best Liked boy in
the Senior Class . . . His
heart belongs to Irene . , .
Loves to play hookey . . .
Ambition: To enter college.
Tomahawk , . . Camera Club
. . . C.A.A ..,. Loves to pass
out the Scholastic . . . lova-
ble disposition . . . Every-
one's friend . . , Ambition:
To be a famous Chemist.
Varsity Club . . , Football
. . . Baseball . . , Basketball
. . . Likes Blondes , . . Stage
Crew . . . Pals with Herky
, . . Ambition: to play for the
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Football . . . Clerk in Lew's
Clothing Store . . , Runner-
up to Corl for the fattest boy
. . . Loves to tease the girls
. . . Always laughing . . .
Ambition: To go into busi-
C.A.A .... Shrimp boat of
the Senior Class . . . She's
got a hot temper , . , favorite
color is blue . . . Ambition:
Tomahawk , , . Camera Club
. . . C.A.A .... Reflector
. . . Chorus . . . Band . . .
Always in a hurry . , . Beau-
tiful complexion . . . Ambi-
President of N.H.S .... G.
A.A .... Attends Westing-
house Night School . . .
. . , Pleasing personality . . .
Likes chemistry class and the
person who sits next to her
. . . Ambition: To open a
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Senior Class History Continued
Soon We were faced with financial prob-
lems. Our first venture into the business world
was a magazine sale which did not net large
profits. In fact, no profit at all! But with
bigger hopes and ideas we managed to hold
a bake sale and were shocked at the money
The scholastic honors were held by Jose-
phine Zyhowski, Margaret Baric, Marcie Cra-
cion, Cookie Marshalek and Dick Hydak. The
boys in the class weren't too ambitious.
The May Queen attendants for that year
were Mitzi Tarbuck and Janet Matulia who
added beauty to the May Queen's court.
Towards the end of the year we found
out that we were almost bankrupt due to the
fact that no dues had been paid.
After the three month vacation we came
back full of pep and energy, eager to raise
With the aid of the Senior boys we man-
aged to put on our Junior Class Play "All On
Account of Louellaf' Bunny Calloro and
Richard Hydak held the lead rolls of the play.
Mary Jane Marshalek played the part of a
typical kid sister, while Mildred Ludmann
was the old maid aunt. We vowed next year
to have an all girl cast. We just donit have
any Clark Cables!!
The prom presented our next problem.
We still had fifteen boys and thirty-three girls.
Unless something was done every boy would
have to take 215 girls! After many battles with
Mr. Robinson our class held the first open
Prom in the history of Trafford High! We
danced to Buddy Leeis orchestra and everyone
vowed Qwhile arms were being twisted! that
they had a wonderful time.
On the football field the Juniors offered
Herky Asquino, Tubby Twardowski, John
Ogle, Paul Turkovich, Gene Corl, John Zigaro-
vich, Dave Robinson, Jack Connor, Sam
Godich, and John Carlheim. In basketball our
pla ers were John Zigarovich, Dave Robinson,
and,Herkv Asquino. Tubby Twardowski, Sam
Codich, Dave Robinson, John Ogle, Dick
Hydak, and John Carlheim were on the track
On the Cirlis Varsity we had the ruflies of
the class. Twvla Bigler, Mitzi Tarbuck, Jose-
phine Carter, and Ann Behe.
The Junior attendants for Mav Queen
were Arlene Neale and,Marcia Cracion.
For the Valentineis Day Dance Dick
Hydak and Marcie Gracion were elected King
and Queen of Hearts.
Ah! finally after three years of long
waiting we became the mighty Seniors of
Once again we elected Herky Asquino,
President, Mary Jane Marshalek, Vice Presi-
dent, Betty Koepka, Secretaryg and Wilma
We started another first by having the
yearbook come out before graduation. But
we'll have to find a way of getting around to
the debt. The only plans made were having
an auction and that only got as far as talking
Bunny Calloro and John Ogle carried the
leads in the Senior Class play "Don't Darken
My Doori' and proved that they were tops in
In the field of sports Herky Asquino,
David Robinson, Bernie Twardowski, John
Zigarovich, Gene Corl, and Jack Connor show-
ed their talents in football. John Zigarovich
was the only Senior on the Basketball team
and proved mighty helpful to Mr. Trembath
and the Team.
We had a wonderful class party. Eating,
dancing, and having pictures taken with every-
one looking as crazy as ever.
We also took a trip to Torrcnce. We had
to explain to some of the attendants that some
of us were really studentsC?J at Trafford. We
promised not to mention it but Vernie Consoli
ate all the way up and all the way back!
Jack Connor displayed his talents as an
End Man. He did his clowning on the stage
for a change. Herky Asquino proved to be
a very capable interlocutor. A few more
of our seniors contributed to the success of
the minstrel bv singing in the chorus.
Herky proved to all of us that he was still
the biggest brown noser for the year of 152.
Sam Codich was the Class joker and from
the last reports Jack Connor and Paul Turko-
vich were in a neck to neck race seeing who
could talk the loudest and break the most
test tubes in Chemistry class. Ah, those were
the days when everyone was trying to blow
up the place or else burn someone with a
Mitzi Tarbuck was elected May Queen
and Arlene Neale and Janet Matulia were
elected Senior attendants.
We close now saying that we have really
enjoyed our teachers and classes. We all
know that we'll miss everyone including Mr.
Schrock and we'll treasure the wonderful
We end this with just one comment:
We entered our Freshman year with our
pockets full and our heads empty. We now
leave our Senior year with our heads full C?!
and our pockets empty,
GR DE CHOOL FACULTY
VESTA B. MILLER
Trafford High School
California State- Teac-lu-rs College
JANET LEE BARMAK
Peabody High School
University of Pittsburgh
INIARIE G, NICCUSKER
Trafford High School
Slippery Rock State Teacliers
DOROTHY K. NASER
Turtle Creek High School
University of Pittshurgh
DOLORES NV. FITZVVATER
Divine Providence Academy
Edinhoro State Teachers Colh-ga
University of Pittsburgh
Uniontown High School
Indiana State Teachers College
NORMA B. ROBINSON
Clairton High School
California State Teachers College
Mount Nazareth Academy
BETTY I. MARSHALL
Greenslnirg High School
Indiana State Teachers College
University of Pittsburgh
UNIOR CLASS HISTORY
The Shrimp boats are coming and so are
the Juniors coming to the throne as Seniors.
We have notoriously achieved this honor after
striving for eleven years to reach the end of
As 4'Young Saplingsi' we must admit we
had a very striving class. VVe started this
hectic year by breaking in two new teachers,
Miss Smith and Miss Remaley. Our parties
were quite exciting and will go down in history
as being very vivacious. Our Freshman year
was the beginning of our newly acquired high
school years. We are now convinced we took
Opening our Sophomore year we elected
class officers and commenced to build up our
treasury department. Our bake sale added
much to our petty Fort Knox. This was the
year of the immortal Slip Slop Quartet. We
will never forget their quivering in the min-
strel. They finally pulled through with high
honors. We were proud to contribute Marion
Harvey and Frances Stojakovich to the May
Queen Court. The girls were very successful
in inter-class basketball that year winning
the championship, while the boys contributed
their talents to the Varsity. We were also
proud that year to send Maryann Mikan as
our donation to County Chorus.
At the beginning of our present year we
chose as President, Evelyn Morrow, Vice
President, Bill Ogle, Secretary, J, P. Owensg
and Treasurer, James Sage. We wish to thank
the officers for their co-operation.
To earn greenbacks for the annual prom,
we sold magazines which proved not too suc-
cessful. Also, we held a dance which was
profitable and sold Christmas wreathes.
Representing the Student Council were
four capable students: Dave Josephic, Presi-
dent, Jim Wracker, Vice President, Maryann
Mikan and Mary Jean Ruffo.
Chosen by popular vote Maryann Mikan
and Mary Jean Ruffo represented the Junior
Class in the May Queen's Court.
On the gridiron we were proud to have
donated our talent. Among those were: Tom
McHugh, Dave Josephic, James Kelly, Joe
Mazur, James Sage, Delmar Koepka, James
Majernik, Jim Owens, John Kerin, Bob Smeltz,
and Jim Morocco. WVe are looking forward
to a successful season next year.
Continuing their position as majorettes we
have Dorothy Banasik, and Frances Stojako-
vich. Marion Harvey and Anna Mae Nabuda
are our peppy cheerleaders.
Contributing to Mr. Trembathis Quintet
are: Eddie Lenart, Dave Josephic, Joe Mazur,
John McCann, Tom McHugh, and Graham
Grubb. The basketball team has proved fairly
The Junior girls and Junior boys decided
to match their basketball ability in an official
game. The grudge game turned out with the
boys on top winning by a few points over the
well proved girls. This game was played
under girl's rules. P. Owens seemed to get
quite excited when the girls would surround
him! All in all we had a very enjoyable eve-
We added another face to our Junior
Class. A real southern rebel named Jim Moore.
Jim hails from the famous winter resort, Flori-
da. Having never seen snow before he came
to Trafford, we were just as excited as he when
the first Hakes fell. Jim "Texv Moore resides
at Duquesne Avenue and can be seen driving
a blue Ford.
Having gained a new student we lost two.
Bob Smeltz having moved away is now at-
tending North Huntingdon High School. He
left us after our reading of the tragedy, Mac-
beth. We can understand his leaving after
the great Shakespearean play. Also, Harry
Corl left our notorious Junior Class.
To the ever progressing Trafford High
School Band we donated our own: Graham
Grubb, Maryann Mikan, Violet Klimovich,
Dorothy Banasik, and Frances Stojakovich.
To the newly organized color guards Marion
Ludmann and Mary Jean Ruffo were chosen.
Mr. F erri deserves great credit for his achieve-
In the Minstrel this year as end men were
Tom McHugh, Jim Morocco, and Eugene
ln the dramatic field we put on our pro-
duction of "Thats' My Boyf, Portraying the
characters were: Jim Moore, Jim Wracker,
Anna Mae Nabuda, Frances Stojakovich, Don
Schopp, James Sage, Dorothy Banasik, Mary-
ann Mikan, Jim Julian, Tom McHugh, Mariet-
ta De Frank, Mary Jean Buffo, Audrey Schel-
ler, and Violet Klimovich. We wish to thank
Miss Smith for her help in making the Junior
Class play a success.
We close our Junior Year with our hearti-
est thanks to Mr. Heaps and Mr. Ruckle our
I U IOR CLASS
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ID1'l'l'klIlk. j, c.1l1Jilll, C.. Stunlvy. Nl. Ijllllllilllll, -I, K4-lly, Il. full
2nd row: NV. Uglv, ll. LllI72lllUX'iCII. tl. McCann, li. XVulku, R. Slllvlfl. I. Sum-, D. AI0M'17lIiK
I. Nlumr. Cf. Lolltm-lulmim-r, W. liunlbvr, Mr. lla-alps
lst row: XI. RIIHU. S. Izvvs, M. LllXK'I'4'I1L'l', V. c:ll1'llSU. -I. NI2lSfl'iillll1i. F. Morrow. V. Klimu-
xin-I1. Nl. l1ill'Yl'f', VI, Kc-rin, QI. xIUI1l'l'. -I. Jlllillll, D. lhnllalsic
nd row: N111 Hula-kvl, D. Sn-lmpp, T. AIk'Iillj.'fIl,, tl. Stunisic, I. Owvns, IC. Le-xunrl, A. Brown,
D, Km-pku. QI. XYruckc'1', -I. rN10I'Ul'l'U. J, IXIz1jvrnik. C. Cfulwb
SOPHOIVIORE CLASS HISTORY
As usual our school year started with a
bang. This was the result of our president's
efforts to extract last yearis dues from us.
Around the end of September we elected our
class oflicers, which are as follows: Dolly
Czapor, president, Betty Petrina, Vice Presi-
dent, Lois Wanner, secretary, and Rose Bucar,
treasurer. The Student Council members were
Jackie Pratt, Eddie Krcelic, Pat Prines, and
Chuck Jones. It was with the guidance of
these faithful servants that we were able to
get through the year without a mishap.,
The sophomore class contributed gal-
lantly to the football team by the addition of
Joe Frydrych, Mike DiCesare, Kenny Kinley,
Don Lintner, Don Hopkins, Roland Dobos,
Barry Brickle, Jim Furimsky and John Hartzer.
We proudly contributed Betty Petrina to
the ranks of our high stepping majorettes. We
also had a group of musicians as band mem-
bers. Leonard Colangelo, Jackie Pratt, Walter
Trkula, Lois Wanner, and Certrude Meager.
Adding a touch of class to the band was our
color guard, Dolly Czapor.
In October we staged a bake sale in Har-
lich's Drug Store with the same purpose in
mind-namely, moneyl We "made out" rather
well in this, too, about SSO.
Also, we can't forget those talented actors
and actresses from our Latin II class, who put
on a skit, under the direction of Miss Bierer.
This was of course put on during football sea-
son at one of our Pep rallies.
In the course of the year we gained a
promising addition to our class. His name,
Chuck Jones, better known to all as Buck. He
turned out to be a great and promising artist
for our school newspaper, the Tomahawk.
The sophomore basketball players were
Bob Mathias, Bill Henkel, Barry Brickle, Den-
ny Robinson, Jim Furimsky, Leonard Colan-
gelo, and Eddie Krcelic.
The sophomore girls who contributed to
the C.A.A. volleyball, and basketball teams
were: Patty Erwin, Dolores Fedor, Dorothy
Fedor, Joann Cotch, Janet Iovino, Tance
Leffler, Gertrude Meager, Mary Lou Merritts,
Jackie Pratt, Eleanor Radosh, Pat Reed, and
Frequent couples seen during the year
were Elly and Mike, Bose and Rich, Pat and
Bill, Jackie and Cap, Dolly and Bud, Barry and
Anna Mae, Pretzel and Fran, Pat and Jim,
Bunny and Yunny, and of course we can't for-
get those three new romances which happened
over the holidays, namely Jan and Paul, Wood-
gie and Ron, and Chache and Myrrl. Oh,
those out of town boys.
At mid-term we lost one of our most popu-
lar boys, Walter Trkula, to Penn Township.
On January the seventh we had our first
class party, our Freshman dues finally being in.
This was a grand success and the boys, as
usual, enjoyed the food.
Toward the end of January we started
an all out drive to raise money. In this we
returned to the old stand-by of selling maga-
zines. Our new student, Chuck Jones, came
through with flying colors by selling the most
subscriptions. While this did not make us
millionaires it was fairly successful.
As the old year went out with a bang,
we found ourselves staring at the second Week
of January, and came face to face with that
dreaded time of exams. We then started look-
ing forward to see if there were exemptions
and who would be exempted. To our dismay
we found only four teachers had exemptions
and only the few students who had all Sis
were not compelled to take the tests. Our
hopes fell with a thud as the news circulated.
To our amazement, the tests weren't as difli-
cult as expected and no one needed to fear
the consequences of facing our parents.
And so we brought to a close our Sopho-
more year and looked forward to a bright
future in the hallowed halls of Trafford High
School. ' I
OPHO ORE CLASS
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SEVENTH GRADE HISTORY
The seventh grade of 1951-52 has made
their debut at Trafford High. They have had
a very prosperous year with which they are
They have had several parties which came
out beautifully with the help of Mrs. Harris
and Mr. Seigel.
While the boys were busy making things
in shop they never used, the girls were busy
trying to send delicious smelling odors through
the halls from the Home Ec. room.
A few of the girls didn't survive the break-
fasts they made. But most of us were out of
the hospital in a few weeks. If you see a few
boys walking around without fingers you,ll
know that they let the band saw get out of
hand. But we all survived the tragic happen-
ings of 7th grade to be here next year.
We hope future seventh graders will have
such a memorable year to look back on. We
also hope that we havenit been too much
trouble to the upper classmen and to the teach-
ers. We all made a resolution to try to be
better next year.
EIGHTH GRADE HISTORY
The "Dreadful Dansv of 1938 have at last
reached the eighth grade. As the shepherd
to lead our flock we chose George Mahr, The
other officers were Vice President, Darlene
Schrockg Secretary, Norma Iean Bradley, Trea-
surer, Joyce Simmons. Our student council
representatives were juliann Bayko, Darlene
Schrock, Pat Di Ceasare and Gilbert Burkel.
We had two successful parties, Halloween
and St. Valentine,s Day. The boys were a
little bashful at first but Mrs. Neil soon got
them over that.
Our class increased by acquiring two new
boys, Dick Morgan and Larry McCoy.
The eighth grade was well represented
this year in the gym exhibition. Some of the
boys showed their skill on the mats doing
wrestling and tumbling. Some of the boys
were chosen to square dance with twelve girls.
All in all, overlooking the bumps and bruises
the boys must have gotten, the eighth grade
came out on top.
We want to thank Mrs. Neil and Mr. Shank
for all their patience in trying to control our
We are anxiously awaiting next year when
weill be taking Latin, Algebra, and Ir. Business
Training. We hope our year as "Creenies',
turns out as well as this year did.
FRE SHMAN CLASS HISTORY
On September 4, 1950, the Freshman class
with high hopes and a keen sense, entered a
new era of their education. It was the same
building but how different it looked when
seen through Freshman eyes. "At last we have
arrivedf, was echoed in each heart. But our
serenity was dashed. We found that we were
still ninth graders members of the junior High.
We elected our class officers-President,
Bardo Calloro, Vice President, Edward Hora-
nic, Secretary, Eva Jane Bruno, Treasurer,
Antoinette Morocco. Our members showed
interest in the various school activities avail-
able. Take a look at some of the activities we
entered: Student Council, Reflector, and
Tomahawk representatives and Freshman
cheerleaders were chosen, Dramatic Club,
Camera Club, Band, Jazz Band, Traffordians,
Football Team, junior High Basketball, Cho-
rus, interclass basketball, C.A.A., F.H.A., and
the Minstrel drew many of us.
Intermingled with the serious were the
gay times, one of which our Freshman Party,
was a great success. Dancing and a delicious
lunch kept us in a happy mood. Miss Smith
and Mr. Trembath worked diligently for our
pleasure and we would like to thank them
and say how much we appreciated their kind-
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How to he populur
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NVQ support each other
'tliolf' looks at Pvnn Twp.
NVe-'ro never in n hurry nftvr
Flushf-cl by a Hash
Hvr fntlwr thinks the 0utsiclc"Q
NVlu-n we wvrv younger
I. J. how could you!
The Huvor's lvmun
A comer is ll chilly plzlcc'
HL- wouldn't lot us drive it
A guy and il gal.
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ST DE T COUNCIL
lst, Row-B. Nlilcan, QI. XYrackcr, D, .lost-phic, P. Print-s. -I. Pratt, li. Krc-clic. tl. kloncs. M.
Miltan, lt. Croth
Zncl Row-ll. Yccchio, Nl. liuflo, I. Lilwin, C. Nlarshalclx, 'l'. .-Xscniiiio, li. 'l'warclowski, lt,
Tho Stuclcnt Council was organixccl in Scptcmhcr this ycar with Davc
Jose-phic, Presitlcntg Alim XVraclicr, Vicc Prcsiclcntg Tony Asc'-uino, 'l'rcasurcr, ancl
Hcrnaclinc Mikan. Sccrctary. The first projcct unclcrtakcn hv the group was a
clothcs collcction campaign. Fivc hoxcs of clothcs wcrc scnt to a poor family in
Kcntuclxv. To show thcir apprcciation this familv scnt thc council a largc lmox of
natural holly which was usccl in tlccorating for thc animal Christmas Formal. livcn
though thc crowd was not largc at this clancc. thc group cniovc cl tht- music ancl
NATIONAL HG OR OCIETY
Thc Tratlorcl Chaptcr of tha- National
llonor Socicty sclccts as its mcmhcrs stuclcnts
in thcir .lunior ancl Scnior ycars who havc
rcccivecl honor graclcs in tlicir suhjccts. Thcv
arc also juclgccl on Lcaclcrship. Scholarship,
Scrvicc, and tfharactcr. lt is customarv for
cach scnior mcmhcr to rcccivc a golcl pin at
thc initiation ol" tht- Junior mcmhcrs. The
initiation of junior mcmhcrs was an imprcssivc
sight. Each ncw mcmhcr lit his small cancllc.
signifvingg his scholastic lifc, from four largcr
cancllcs signifving, Lcaclcrship, Scholarship,
Scrvicc, ancl Charactcr.
This vcar thc oiliccrs arc: Ioscphinc Zy-
howski, Prcsitlcntg Nlarv lanc Nlarshalck. Vic:-
Prcsidcntg Marcia Cracion, Sccrctaryg Margar-
ct Baric, Trcasurcr.
Xlcmhcrs oi' thc socictv arc cligihlc to
takc compctitivc cxaminations tor scholar'
ships, Bcsiclcs thc scholarships awarclccl. tlwrc
is an cxtra prizc of a trip to Brazil. South
Xl Xlushah-lt. Nl. llaric. Nlrs. Lluyfl. hl. Zyhmxslti. fx'W'l'l4'3l-
Using a copyrighted script from the lack
Adair Production Conipauy of Illinois. Nlr.
Ferri and Mr, Robinson spent February re-
hearsing a cast for "Your llouie Town Minstrel
Showfi To the veteran end men. Patrick, Mc-
Hugh, Couuor. and Colaugclo. two ucw-
comers. Nlorocco and Hartzer were added to
the list and llerky Asquiuo took the job of
The hit of the evening was the Varsitv
Club presentation of "NVesquirc Calendar
Cirlsi' a pautoinine presentation of Esquire
Magazine Vargo Girl Calendar.
UNIOR CLASS PLAY
The coufusiu' hut coinical play held lw
the junior Class. uThat's My Boy," made it's
debut on Noveinlmer 15th after the usual trials
YVL- will never forget Iuuior Q-liunuy
Nloorej climbing through the lialcony window,
or Olga QDorotliy Banasikj who was inadlv in
love with Alvin Qiinmy Sagej the hutlcr. nor
will we forget any of the others.
VVe,d like to thank Miss Lois Smith for
her co-operation, and guidance. we would
also like to thank the stage crew and our
IUNIOR CLASS PLAY
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Xlikau. .'XIlllI'l'f' St-In-Ili-r.
lfrances Stoizikoviclu. Nlar-
ietta Dc lfrank. Dorotln'
Banasik, Nlary -lean llullio.
Anna Mae Xalwucla. Violet
Kliiuoxicll. Xliss Slllllll
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Scliopp, AlillIll'S Xloore.
.lauues Xvl'llL'lil'I'. ,Ianni-s
Sage. Tom XI c ll u gg lu,
First Row-lL to Riglitl -I.
Connor, AI. llartzer. 1.
Morocco, E. Patrick, L.
Colangelo. T. Nlcllugli
Back Row - Nha ltolminson
A. Asquino. Nlr. F4-rri
First Row-Mr, Ercnric. Bernard Twardowski, Anthony Asquiuo, john Zigarovich, David
.Iosepl1ic, Grahanr Grubb, Noland Galore Cene Lorl
Second Row-AI11l111 lxlfclllllll, -lauu-s XVl'Llt'l'ii'I',
lll0IllilS Mcllugh, Iiillilgle,Sa111tl11dieI1
T CE CREW
The stage crew had in its group tl1is year,
Seniors: Herky Asquino. john Zigarovich.
Bernard Twardowski, Richard Hydak. llllfl
Juniors: loc Mazur, Dave josephic, a11d Eddie
Their priniary purpose this year was put-
ti11g up the auditorium chairs, due to the fact
that tl1e stage productions were few.
The stage crew Clliillxll their year with a
din11er and sl1ow given by tl1e school for ap-
preciation of their work.
lldward Ll'llLlI't, ,IUSVIDII Nlaxury David li41l1i11so11,
V RSITY LUB
1y1-. till! Varsity Club ineinbcrs. lllltltjl' the
direction of Nlr. Eremic had a very successful
year through tl1e cooperation of all tl1e mem-
bers. At tl1e first of the year we elected to
office Herky Asquino, presidentg Bernie Twar-
dowski. vice-presidentg Dave josephic. secre-
tary, a11d john Zigarovich, treasurer. Wle wish
to thank our officers for their leadership during
Our first activity was til? selling of Christ-
111as cards which proved very profitable. NVe
also sold sweat shirts a11d put out football
pa111pl1lets that added to our treasury 11eeds.
Our dances proved very profitable a11d we
built quite a group of supporters from other
scl1ools. All these activities helped to finance
our yearly awards of jackets which every
rnember received. NVe also awarded jackets
to tl1e coaches, tl1e hand leader. the athletic
director. a11d the principal.
XVe of the Varsity Club. after closing a
successful year leave our best wishes to future
letterinen. XVe also hope that they will be as
successful as we were ill obtaining their
F. H. A.
Front Row-lvl! tn right:
Yi-ronica Caps-ts. Sllirll-5
Eves, Nlargarvtlc YQ-rollin,
lllllly Sta-vklvr, Hia Bruno.
Margarl-t Knloskl. Nlarua-
l'l'l l'lallasiL', lilainv Yal-
vonrt, Hvrllaclilw hllliklll.
Anna Mae Nalflltlal. Lor-
4-tta Vacraro. Bl a r 3'
Capan. Mrs. Harris
Second Row-l'lils'1-ll Sla-
tlllia. Carol Bllssarcl, Hvs-
siv Stanlz-3, How Sagv.
Twyla Higlw. Aclda Gal-
loro, Hvl4'll Sx'l'I'linl1, Yel-
lllil Bonclv. Ivan Karr.
Carole Carllauli, Certrllda'
Third Row-lrvllv l.itxvin.
Clara Pkllll, Arlvlw Nt-alv.
Elizabeth FI'y'llI'j'L'll, Ann
Bl-ln-. Ruth Holland. Don-
na Div:-ns. Sylvia Pctro-
First Row-XI. 1, ltllflo.
XI. Lawrl-m-1-. -I. Zi-llhn-r.
Vt'L'L'lliu. Nl. Kuloslil.
l., Consoli. I. Xlatnlia, l'.
lh-1-ml. l". la-lllvr. l., Cal'-
tvr. ll. l"l'tllll', Nl. il. Xlar-
sllalvli. ll, l"l'1lol'. Xlr.
Svcond Row--ll, llnnlh-.
'lf llilllvlg j. Yvlltllro. Xl.
'llill'lHIL'l'i, M. Bllll2lSll'i. ,l.
Nlastrianni. C. Capan. B.
Cavalallcia, .-X. Calloro.
Nl. Czlpall. H. Sllnpko, J.
cl2ll'U'l'. H. Sage-
Third Row-C. Clornick.
C. Paola, P. Princs. ,l.
Gotvll, F. Stojakovivll. Nl.
Dt-Frank. D. Banasik. A.
Nz-alr, I. Litwin, NI. Har-
vey, NI. ML-rritts
Fourth Row-P. Erwin.
K. Klnko. C. Stanlvy. XI.
Stanisiv, S, PL-trovit-ll. B.
Kovpka, Rl. Lllillllilllll
COMMERCI L CL B
The Cl0IIllUCI'Clkll Chill sponsor is Xlr.
Rllckle. The officers arc Nlarl' lam- Nlarsha-
lek. Presitlelltg Franc-vs la-fllvlx Vice- Plvsiclvlltg
Nlilclrccl T2Il'l'JlICli. SCCl'l'till'l'L lJ2lhvl'l'll0 Consoli.
To join thv clOIIlllll'l'Cl2ll Chill ont- must
take at least Ollt' ClUIllIlll'l'Clill slllljcct. The
QlOIllIllt'l'Clill Cluh hclcl its annual clancv on
F0l7l'llL1l'y Ttll. which qllitc a fm-W illfl't'Ililltil.
llcfmslllllellts wmv sclwvcl and wv clancvcl to
rccorcls. This clnh hasnt IIIZIIIV functions but
is still in cxistellcv.
Tho 'l1I'1ll'l0l'Cl Chaptcr ol' the Flllllllt l'lUllN'
Makers of Alll6'I'lCl1 is colnposvcl of girls that
havv one or ll'l0l't' ycars of llOlNCll1L1lilllj2,'.
This vvar thc' girls had a vt-rv SllCCtlSSllll
veal: Mrs. Ilarris was tht- sponsor. Clara
Paola was PM-siclvllt. B6l'll1lCllllt' Nlikan was
Vice Pl'Q'SlCl0llt. Anna Klart Nlllllllltl was Sccl'v-
tary, and Sllirlex' Eve-s was TI'CtiiSlll'611'.
fllli' of our most flllwtllllillllg projt-cts was
lllL'lt'Zlll0l'f,1JCll House. WT also had a Christ-
mas clinncr and the girls 0XClli1llf.:C'll gifts.
Four Seniors, NVihna Meager, Marcia
Cracion, john Carlheim, and Paul Turkovich
attended the NVestmoreland County Chorus at
Derrv Township High School.
Mr. lohn Raymond of Lafayette Collgce
was guest conductor. Besides heing a won-
derful conductor. he had a pleasing personal-
tv and a keen sense ot humor.
1 Most of the time was spent in exercising
our vocal chords. But in our few minutes for
recreation we managed to meet quite a few
All of us agreed that we had a wonderful
time even it we did have sore throats.
Pa. Galore, Nl.
hl. Hnflo, S.
Al. Meafer, I
Under the direction of Mr. Henry Ferri,
th sixty memhers of the Chorus again proved
themselves to be one of the most active groups
in the school.
This vear the Chorus has taken part in the
Christmas Pageant, Minstrel. Baccalaureate.
and Commencement. In addition to their
regular practices the Chorus gave a very suc-
cessful concert with the hand.
To raise money. candv was sold at noon-
time each day.
Mr. Ferri should he congratulated on his
remarkahle Work with the Chorus.
Second Row -
Front Row, left to rightf
M. Stnkor, C. Stanley
M. Ludmann, C. VVatts,
M. McKee. B. Knepka,
mnun, R. Hydak. 1
Matulin, E. M
Ventura, H. Sei-Hing, M
Gracion, A. Nnlmda
Third Row-I. Connor
E. Krupnr, A. Sawsak,
F. Camp, C. lNIeager, H.
Cavalnncia. F, Capan.
B. Pctrina, Nl. Anthony,
H. Sage, Ii. Vaccaro, L.
YVanner, M. Baric, M.
Koloski, D. Divens, Mr.
Fourth Row-I. Carl-
lieim. P. Reed, B. Vec-
chio, F. l.eFHer, E
Bruno, D, Clapor, Nl
Mikan, XV, Meaxzer, B
Peer, V. Kliniovich, C
Paola, C. Boncle, E
Fifth Row-C. Curl, D
Linter, C. Crchh, D
Fedor, D. Fedor, E
liadosh. E. Frydych, C
Bussard, I. Karr, A
Hehe. K. Kluko, F. Sto-
inkovich, A. Scheller
C. Cruhlm, AI. Carlheini
VV. Meager, M. Craeion
P. Turkovich. Mr. Ferrl
first Row-IJ. XVislor'k5 .
uValnner, L, V.rL'L'aro. B.
'1-trina, li. Pmear, ll.
Second Row-J. Barsie.
5. Delfrank. NI. Stanisic.
Nutts. Nl. Nlerritts. H,
Coepku. Xl. Ludnnrnn. Nl.
favalancia, A. Hehe, Nl.
Third Row-I.. Snyder,
E. Bruno. P. Kain. ll.
C llx XI l
ln, Z. Youreheek, -I. lovi-
ln, IJ. Draganae. C.
feraviea, N. lValko. H,
Jnnnn, M. Anthony. Nlr.
fourth How-ll. Serflinu.
. Cinihora. V. Bnnde. C.
Sussard. F. Camp. ll.
likan. L. Consoli. j.
rlatulia. I. Smith. -I. Ven-
uro, Ni. Nlikan. NV. Klea-
Jer, A. Calloro
'ifth Row-D. Sehopp.
cl C ln V
l. Hels - ,
floroceo. E, Lenart. D.
osephic. B. Nlnthias
'irst Row: C. XYatts, .l.
hawlcy. E. Bruno, I. lo-
ino. J. Gotch. L. NVnn-
er, H. Serfling, D. lViw-
rcky, H. Scales. Hr. Ken-
econd Row: H. Sage, H.
ucar, D. NVisloeli3. P.
fines, M. Lndrnann. B.
ver, Ventnro. D.
ehopp. K. S4'llm'iclel'. -l.
hird Row: Xl. Koloski.
, Belle, J. Moore. l.
fraeker, C. Jones. li.
lathias. G. Crnhlu
. Gnteh. L.
lratt. J. lovino
K. Kluko, C.
R. Sage, B.
7' . . . Nam-
.. .o es. .
TO IAH WK
The Tomahawk with Xlr. Kenyon as ad-
visor. started off the year with a trip to the
Pittsburgh Pressg this is to become an annual
event. The staff conducted the May Queen
poll and sponsored a Valentine Dance at
which the Queen of Ilearts was crowned.
Plans are now underway for remodeling the
Staff department heads were: Editor-
Margaret Baricg Secretarx'-LaVerne Consolig
Treasurer - Janet Matuliag Copy Editor -
Mickey Ludmanng Exchange-Irene Smithg
Sports-Colleen lVattsg and Typist-Betty
Koepka. The new junior editor is Marvann
juniors and Seniors will receive awards
for their outstanding work at Senior ASS9lTIl7lV.
AMERA CL B
The officers are -THINGS lulian. President'
Graham Cruhh. Vice Presidentg Pattv Prines.
Secretaryg James YVracker, Treasurer.
On the Camera Club Held trip to Bushy
Hun. pictures were taken and processed hv the
menihers on their return. Profit from the
annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was used to
purchase a printer, photo Hood lights, and a
developing tank. A sale of Christmas cards.
wallet-sized pictures and a friendship dance
with Pitcairn in March were other methods of
For Open House, the Cluh exhibited pic-
tures taken hy the mernhers and in Fehruarv
displayed the annual Scholastic Award Ex-
First Row: M. liulio. D. Draganaclx, D. Smith, l". Cainj. ll. Nicagcr. T. Higlcr, M. Milian, NV. Mc-agcr, C. Car-
naclc, L. NVanncr. B, Klimovich, AI. Pratt. lil. Matnlia. Mr. Fcrri, Dircetorg D. Czapor.
Second Row: M. Stanisic, pl. Simmons. D. Schrocli, A. Sawsak, L. Consoli, D. Croolxston, CI. liurltcl, Ii. Scales,
Pm. Geiger, M. Dent. C. Pascador, S. Camp, P. Kain. Nl. Ludmann.
Third Row: C. NVatts,lI. Brown, D, Divcns, E. Krupar, Cl. Mcager. J. Karr. A. lit-Ia-. 1. Moore, D. Clroth. ll.
Calloro, -I. Capan, Al. Turcllan, R. llincr.
Fourth ROW: L. Colangelo, D. Cunningham, T. Davis, bl. Carlheim, G. Clruhbs, B. Ilelscl, M. Ludmann, NV.
Morocco, li. Green.
Absent: 1. Chiapctti, 01. Frans-y.
Our school Band is progressing under the
fine direction of Mr. Ferri,
To our now 6:2 piece band we have added
a new tuba. 3 inelophones. and three trumpets.
We have added four color guards, Mary Stan-
isic, Dolly Czapor. Marion Ludinann. and
Mary lean Rufio. Mr. Ferri has started up a
Jazz Band. The band played for two concerts
this year and was present at all the football
games and also played for Pep Rallies and
May Day. For the County Band, District
Band. and High District Band, members of
the Trafford band are selected to represent us.
VVe marched for the Halloween Parade for
which we received ten dollars. NVe attended
the Football Band Banquet as guests of the
Lions Club. The Band officers were, President
-Graham Crubbs, Vice President - Buddy
Galloro, Secretary-LaVerne Consoli, Treasur-
er - Leonard Colangelo, Librarian - james
Moore. Nine Jackets were received by Sen-
iors, Colleen VVatts. john Carlheim, NVilnia
Meager. Marcie Gracion, Marjorie McKee.
LaVerne Consoli. Mildred Ludmann, Twyla
Bigler. Ann Behe. This year has proved very
successful and Mr. Ferri looks forward to even
a better year. next year.
The Majorettes, along with the band, are
one of the main clubs around football season.
This year we are going to lose two of our
"high stepping majorettesf our leader, Marcia
Gracion, who has lead us through a very suc-
cessful year. and Nlarjorie McKee.
During the year, they have done some
yery interesting stunts such as the 'iMerry Go
Round Broke Downf, uThrec O'clock in the
Morningf' and 'Come On To My Housef,
Their twirling was much improved also for
Marcia drilled and drilled.
The Majorettes held a dance for the pur-
pose of earning money for trophies for the
graduating seniors. They are Marcia Cracion,
who has completed six years as a inajorette,
and Marjorie McKee, a five year record.
This year there was something new tried
in the routine. Since jazz was very popular
in band music, the only thing to do was to
have jazzy dance steps that kept everyone
pepped up from beginning till end.
The oncoming Seniors will be Frances
Stojakoyich and Dorothv Banasik. The others
in the group are Dolores and Dorothy Fedor,
and Betty Petrina. Two new ones will be
chosen for the coming year.
Row 1-M. Graeion
Row 2-D. Banasik, M. McKee
Row 3-F. Stojakovich, D. Fedor, D. lfiedor, B.
The Cheerleaders of Trafford High School
started their 1951 season full of pep, ready to
lead our team through the football games.
Our team was not successful in winning all
their games. but they always did their best in
supplying the pep.
After the football season got started the
faculty and two senior cheerleaders elected
two attractive freshman cheerleaders who are
Margie Schopp and Betty Vecchio.
They also held quite a few dances so it
would be possible to buy their uniforms of
brown skirts and boleros with white blouses.
Many new cheers were drawn up with
fancy motions to go with them. They also
contributed their services to making a success
of all the pep 1'allies with little skits to 1'CPI'C-
sent the team played that week,
Mary Jane Marshalek and Irene Litwin,
our two graduating seniors, received varsity
jackets from the cheerleaders in appreciation
for their four years of fine service.
Next year Anna Mae Nabuda and Marion
Harvey will lead you in your class cheers.
B. Vecchio, F. Leffler, M. Harvey, I. Litwin, M. nl,
Marshalek, A. Nabuda, P. Reed, M. Schopp
DRAMATIC CL B
Itow I: C. I'11SL'ztfIm'. X, f:1lNilItlIlCIil, QI. I5au'sic'. AI. IDI'2lIxIIIIL'. Cl. I"Cl'l'SL'Il, XI, Clrmtcll. XI. IJUIII.
I., XN'mimIt'11 XV. ilixlmv, QI, IIIIIIU. A. 'lbtmvlit-I-k. XV. Iiuis:-1'
IIUW 2: XI. IiAIl'I2lIitIXIi'Il, -I. Imimx, NI. XVNYIIIIIII, -I. Imimi, Nl. fillllllillgillllll, Z. XiUtll'L'II4'L'Ix,
lf. Dumm. NI. AntImm'. It. Xt-uIc', XI. Klt-iiilmns, V. I3mm1It', II, fXIiIiam. A. NIoi'm-vu, I.
Row 3: C, liilwailtl, II. Itvut-ut-Ii, 15. I,t'Il'III2l. ID. Ihaigzllmc, C. fvluuican. N. N14-KW. 'l. Cliiiiimm,
S. Slwllwy, Ii. Iiunwlr. I... Y1lt'L'ill'U, IC. Nlutuliu. I". Cuinp, N, Mztjc-rniIQ, IC. SmitI1Imwt'1', Nliw
Row 4: -I. IXILIIIIIIKI. A. I'zwIzL, N. NY1lIIw. ff. Ala-nixins, -I. Colvin. II. Svrlling, I'. IJIIIIKIIS. IJ,
SL'IIl'tK'IQ, XI. Lupcciicii. -I, ciIllllJI4IL'II. CI. Iirmvn. D. cilllllltllghlllll
First How: II, Dmkiiiic, D. Ntcmigznii, Cl. l3urIct'I, C. Ifix. D. Smith, IC. SIIIAIUQIVZ, IC, Iiugiski.
Second Row: NI. Smxpko, -I. Dumm. V. Smith, NI. Nnimnlu, P. IxIlll'UL'CtI, C. Ihcmiu. L. ltisl
S. Clmlimii, Y. Cups-ts, N. I3mcIIm'y. ID. Nigru. Cf. IDI-Iltussu. IC. xYilIL'0t1I'I. C. fill1'l'lLlL'Ii
Third How: K. SltIIIli'IlIL'li. IC. Iirmm. I'. Kami. IC. l.1'IiIi'r. D. Cmpur. L. Yl'llIIlI'1l, I. SIIIIIIIUIIS
II. Ihmst-tti, KI. xIilQl'Il'II, M. St-Impp. I'. fIIll'It'l', II. Kupnitsliy. Miss Smith
Fourth Row: B. limclivy. IS. Cullum. NV. IJllllgIlt'l'Ij'. A. Saiwsuk, L. Ciish. li. II1mII1mcI. I7
Dix 1-us. E. Lmiclr-rhack. B. Hvlsvl. D, Ftihyonic. Ii. Krupzir. D. Cruth
ORCHESTRA AND BEGINNING BAND
f,l'CllCStI'il-Fil'Sl R0NV1TilUlll1lS Dllxis. Dllril-lll' Sclmn-lx. .lull-ll Sillllllulls. Lvxilll' Cklfltl
.Illsl-pllillv c:LlI'iC'l'. -IllC'l'iiK' llfllll, .l2l.Illl'S Nloul'l'. clfilllillll flrllimll. hlilllll cj2ll'HIl'iIIl
SL-cond 1lfHYiXVillft'l' 'l'l4klIiQl. Gillml-rt l3lil'kl-i. IJUIIUILI Slllitil. liulml-l't Si'1lIl'S. Bllrclrl cilllilllli
liil-ilqlrci clliiltll, l"lKJj'tifi1llll17. N111 Sllzlllk
IS.-gillllillg Bllllcl - First Row - left tu right: IC. l72lSt'2lLIlJl', l.. Bl'l'lllUll, P. .lUSl'1JIliL
NY. Xmllk. Cf. lllwllllrsills. A. Kl'lllJ1ll', Xl. Y0lll'l'lll'L-ix. Xl, Klligilt. IC. S2llI1llJlll'l'. Xi. Sllllxl
N. fflllllialllcill. S. Llll-all itll, S, fiflllllllll. NY. -It'lIi'QiIIS, Nil: l'ul'l'I'i.
cc-ond Row-K. xlllillliil, P. l'wrlllclll. QI. lillrsiv, Xl. Kt'IiSIlillil', -I. Kc'l'sllzllil'. XI. XYilwll. li
5Lll'IJH. AI, lxllfilll. Il. lillttllx NI. I'I'llIIl'Q'
rd Row-tl. Zyllmvski. li. Pl-trilli. A. NViss.'r. Ii, l'it'l'l'IIl'k', Cf. Klliglll. K. Nlllllliilk XY. Kzlisl-r
EE OF MA
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Mary lean Ruffo
REF LECTGR TAFF
First Row-M. Mikan, T. Bigler, F. Stojakoyich. M. Ludmann. L. Consoli, M. Banasik. A.
Calloro. M. Nahuda. Z. Yourcheck, R, Dumm, J. Pratt. L. X'Vanm-r. Miss Bierer
Second Row-M. Koloski, D. Sehroelc. P. Eundis, J. Zyhowslci, I. Smith. K. Kluko, M. Stanisic,
M. J. Marshalcli, R. Koeplia, S. Petroyich, A. Neale
Third Row-M. Cracion, C, XVatts. A. Asquiuo, J, Zigaroyich. J. Clarllieiin. E. Leuart, U.
Josephic. J. Julian, R. Scales
Editor-in-chief Marcia Gracion
Associate Editor Colleen XVatts
Literary Editors Josephine Zyhowski.
Junior Editor Maryann Milcau
Adcla Calloro. LaVerne
Consoli. Kitty Kluko. Margaret Banasik
Sports Twyla Bigler, Jolm Carlheim.
Activities and Clubs Irene Smith
Typists Mary Stanisic, Retty Koepka.
Junior David Josephic, Frances Stojakoyich
Sophomore Jackie Pratt. Lois NVanncr
Freshman Ruth Dumm, Rohert Scales
Eighth Grade Patty Fundis, Darlene Schrock
Seventh Grade Mary Ann Nahucla.
Business Committee ,, Anthony Asquino.
Twyla Bigler, Shirley Snyder, Mildred
Tarhuck, Mildred Luclmann, Josephine
Zyhowski, LaVerne Consoli, Kitty
Kluko, Jean Venturo
Art Editors Mary Jane Marshalek.
Snapshots Colleen XVatts. James Julian
Your Reflector staff hopes that many years
from now you will treasure these pictures of
yourself and your schoolmates. May they
bring hack memories of Trafford High School.
To know that you are enjoying and will
continue to enjoy your 1952 Reflector will con-
stitute "Payment in Fullv for the Work entailed
in publishing it. NVe would also like to thank
Mr. Robinson and Miss Bierer for their ever-
lasting patience throughout the year in helping
the Reflector staff.
Lvfi tn rightv
Dmvn in Cullvyk L-4-llnr
NVvll, wo look inn-lligs-nt!
A m-w gym flour all lust!
VW- mulu- it lmy ilu' Ezlllnn
S0 !l1i5 is al fix-lml trip!
Up al lrm'
Dirty ur thinly
NVL- wrxrlwml scum-, ra-ally.
FOOTB LL SQUA
w 1-Mr, llm-ups, ID. Lintur, 'lf Mcllugh, B. Bricklv, D. Kuvpku, Al. Kc-Hy, B. 'l'waxrdmm'ski F
ASllllil'lll, Zig:u'm'icl1, -I. filbllllilf, IJ. llulvin mn, XI. Di CUSQ111-, N111 El'i'llliL'
W 2-E. llmumic, B. Snwltz, S. D1'a1,qa111uc, j. K.ri1u, -I, l'1rycl1'yn-lm, K. Kinlcy, .I. KI2liC'l'll
j. fXlu1'm-cu, -I. Nlillllf, D. just-pl1iL', C. Curl, -I. Sanga-
Row 3-AI. You-cl1io, A, Bmnusik, K. S4-ln11c'imlm', IK. Ilulms, A. ZiQ'1lI'UX'iL'll, -I, P. Owvus.
Hopkins, B. Pl'1lL'lTCk, C.Ziga1mvic-ll, VI. llurtzvr
COACH ASS'T COACH
X14-lxin ICN-mic Tllmnus llvanps
With the veterans of past years setting
the pace, the 1951 squad saw a starting eleven
evolve and prepare itself for ensuing contests.
Seven starting positions were filled by inex-
perienced sophomore and junior aspirants who
hoped their zeal might act as a substitute for
The opener with Pitcairn showed an in-
spired squad of Trafford braves pitted against
the highly-experienced eleven of the Rail-
roaders. The first half of play showed the re-
sourcefulness of both teams and ended with
Pitcairn holding a slim margin. The Asquino
to Zigarovich pass combination was showing
very well, Hopes for victory went unreward-
ed as the advantage of the experienced team
showed itself at telling positions. The contest
ended with the Railroaders ahead 24-6.
Our home opener showed Ligonieris
chargers seeking our scalps. It appeared early
in the contest that our braves had found them-
selves and were to taste the fruits of victory:
however, an early lead was wiped out and
overcome by the Ligonier warriors who took
advantage of a fumble and an intercepted pass
to make the final score 19-6.
Our next visitors were Avalon, a con-
tender for Class B laurels throughout the
season and ending undefeated. Their victory
came as the result of a recovered fumble and
blocked kick-otherwise, they were over-
shadowed in all statistics by the hosting Toma-
A Nocturnal visit to East Pittsburgh saw
many scoring opportunities fail due to ankle
deep mud and hand numbing cold night air.
The game remained scoreless until late in the
fourth quarter when an inspiring display of
pass catching and downfield running was given
by Asquino, as he set up and scored the first
points of the game. Weary Trafford could
not sustain the desperate driving Green, as
they pushed to a deadlocking score, 6-6.
Our next visitors were undefeated Wil-
merding. On the first play of the game, a
Wildcat back rambled 60 yards for a touch-
down. This is illustrative of the spontaneity
and strength of our opponent. At half time
Trafford seemed strong enough to overcome
a two touchdown deficit, however, the stren-
uous play and alertness on defense left 'the
Tomahawks lacking for drive on offense.
Many drives which appeared destined for
scores were stopped-not by the opponentis
defensive unit-but lack of reserve strength.
The final score 33-0 did not truly tell the con-
test. Our visitors later emerged the WPIAL
Champions of 1951.
Penn Township offered another tribal
feud. The first half's play offered hopes for a
Tomahawk victory, statistics favoring Trafford.
A revitalized squad of Indians emerged in the
second half, however, and assaulted our braves
with devastating rapidity as we againisuc-
cumbed to the effects of weak reserve power.
Our second nocturnal contest was with
Etna. Early injuries to the team robbed them
of potential power and the few times our team
was found wanting Etna men broke through
to score. Two drives made by the Tomahawks
were halted by penalties which stopped their
goalward movement when the opponent
eouldnit. Score 13-0.
Derry Boro was our opponent, in a game
undecided until the final whistle. The Brown
and White held a slim one point lead in the
7-6 battle, but loss of the Tomahawk's leader
from the game was so costly a blow to both
their offensive and defensive unit that a last
quarter drive by Derry could not be thwarted,
and a subsequent score gave them a hard
earned 13-7 victory.
Th season's finale pitted a winless Toma-
hawk tribe against a once-beaten squad of
Railroaders, even then seeking the Valley
Championship. Once again an outscored but
not outfought Trafford eleven found fumbles
and poor passes their undoing as these ac-
counted for two of Pitcairns' four scores. Many
times the Brown and White marched forward
only to be denied their reward. Trafford's
strong defensive play waived in the late min-
utes of the game and what had earlier proved
an inadequate offensive for Pitcairn now gath-
ered momentum, and pushed across decisive
Plaudits are rarely directed to members
of a losing club, but when such is the case the
glory is greater. Such was ours when senior
co-captain and center, Bernie Twardowslci,
was unanimously selected on the mythical All-
Valley Team. Congratulations Tubby!
Farewell Herky, Tubby, Ziggy, Jack,
Dave, and Gene.
BOY VAR ITY BA KETBALL
First Row-tl, to Ilighll Mr. '11l"i'llll'llllll, -I. Meflann, Cl. Grubb, E. Lcnart, B. Mathias, 1.
Second Row--C. Zigaroxiell, -I. Ogle, -I. Nlaznr, -I. l'llIl'lIllSlij', ll. ltobinson, B. Brieltcl. D.
josephic, L. Colangelo, D. Schopp
THS OPP- Coach Dick Trembath's quintet has im-
50 Irwin , . 6:3 proved greatly over the past season. When
68. , . Export , . ,. 51 opening the season Trafford played nine exhi-
55 lfl'11HkllU TWD- -- ima bition games. Of these they Won eight and
"" T,:f'l'lklll::WE11l3'j lost one. ln their run for top honors in section
14 Pegg fl-lm,lQShfp'i 31 sixteen, Trafford ended up in fifth place. Bob
74 H , , Export , ,,,, 54 Mathias in his first year ot playing varsity bas-
56 .. .. East Mr-Km-sport 36 ketball has helped the team considerably.
25 Eflgf'W"0d V 68 Coach Trembath has great hopes for this boy
32 " Gh1S5l"'rt 34 in the seasons to come K
46 . Elizabeth . 57 ' K' ' . ' .
41 Q p p Willmmiug U 55 Bob Mathias .Was top scorer ol the team
37... . , Pitcairn . , ,. 34 with 239 points, followed by Graham Grubb
44 . East Pittsburgh 40 who had 231, Eddie Lenart with 200, McCann
43- - East M1'Kf'4'5W'1'l 41 with 158. josephic with 113 and Mazur with
58 Edgewood , .. 54 55 1
. Classport . . .. 49 ' ' ' , ,
39' V H Elizabeth H 38 The second team consisted of Brlckel,
46 . . Wilnn-rding .. . 58 Robinson. Colangelo, Furimsky, and Mc-Hugh.
45. . Pitcairn . 47 The same squad will be returning with
47 - Emi PittSltl"'F5h 50 the exception of Iohn Zigarovich who will be
graduating. John proved this year that he
T0UfW'm0"f was a must for the basketball five. Trafford
411 l'3X12Ul'i 1 1 will be rated as one of the top contenders in
46, ' ' INT" 63 the following season and is almost a sure bet
"fJW,'ti,m- for taking top honors.
BOY UN IOR VARSITY
T.l1.S. OPP. T.H.S. OPP
all Irwin . . 57 31 .. lilizalmietli . .. 33
33 Seott 29 151 . . xV1lHN'l'i11I1,LI . . 29
-17 1'1XDlll't ..-12 48 . . .. Pitcairn .. . .. 35
27 Franklin 26 S3 . . . East 1',1ttSlDll1'gll . 28
25 lfranklin . 26 38 .. .,.. East N1eKeesport ...,. 31
46 Penn Twp. S35 27. . . Erlgewoocl . .. ...45
41 Penn Twp. S39 253 . Glassport . 37
46 Export . . 34 26 . . Elifzllmetli . . .31
Q2 . . East Xlelieesnorl . S34 31 . . NVilmerc1ing .. . 53
1:3 , liclgt-wood 52 34 . lliteairn . ,.... . 3:3
26 lllassnort . 41 F36 .. East llittslnirgli . . . 37
1 1 wins
First Row-41, to llightj Xlr. Tremliatli, L, Cfolangelo, 'l'. Mellugli, B. Briekel, -1. Fnrimsky,
Second Row-nl. Ogle, K. Kinley. S. Draganae, B. llenkn-1, D. llopkins, D. Sehopp, C. Zigarovieh
The '1'raf1'orcl Junior Varsity Basketlmall
team wound up the season with 11 wins and
11 losses. This reeorcl inclieates great im-
provement over last vearis Alunior Varsity Bas-
The team showed this improvement nnclei'
the coaching ot Nlr. Tremlvatli. Mr. Tremliath
lmelieves that, in making a basketball player.
the plarer must spencl most of his time on the
Not getting enough rest and practice was
the cause of the downfall of last yearls teamg
however. things have ehangecl aronntl Traftorcl
Here are the names of the lunior Varsity
Basketball plavers and their incliviclual scores.
Briekel with a total of 197 points is high
seorerg then follow Colangelo with a total of
.134 points, Furimsky with a total of 99 points,
Dennis llolminson with a total of 127 points,
and Me-Hugh with 115 points.
Some of the other players were Mathias
scoring 29 points in the first game. Ogle.
Draganae, Henkel, Kinley and Hopkins were
some of the other players scoring a few points,
The managers who have clevotecl their
time in helping Mr. Treinlnath are lohn Ogle,
heacl manager and Eclclie Kreelie, Don Sehopp
ancl Carl Zigarovieh.
GIRLQS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO
sl Row-N. Nlc'K1'f', B. St2lllli'j', A. flzlllolww, XY, Mc'11gx'r, Y. limnclw, -I. c:2ll'll'l', lC. :AlUl'l'llXK
X. IXIIIHUYICII, Nl. l5zu'1c'. M. lurlmuk. C.. liuncls-, Nl. Luclmmm
nd How-K. kluku, XI, Gmc-ion. A. Nc-zllv, I. Lilwin. Xl. Ilalru-5'. li. cZllNill2lIlk'i1l, il. Al1'ilQ.'l'l
ll. Swflixlg, AI. Cute-ll. IK, Szlgv, A. lim-luv, T. liiglvr. NI. Llldlllllllll. Nliss lim-lmllm-3'
rd Row-Nl. L. XlC,'1'l'iH5. l'. Erwin, IC. Rzllllrsll, I". Siuizxkm'ic'l1, Xl. lD4'Fl'lllll'x, XI, SiillxUl', Nl
Boyd, CI. Wlltts, C. Stunlvy, M. McKc1-. B. Kuvpkn, S. lc-lrmich
st Row-Xl. -I. liullu, V, Cupvts, B. V1-cclmiu, Nl. IAlVVl'PIIL'i'. NI. Yvcc-lmiu. P. Karin, I.. Curtm
ll. SlK'L'lxll'l', CI. IJn'lRussu, IC. lhunrw. If, L1-fH1'r. D. F1'dm', IJ. Fl'dUl', Miss liK'lll2ll1'f'
2nd Row--I. Yl'Illlll'U. M, Buumsik, L. Cmmwli, -I, Nlululiu. I. Smith, -I, :XI1l9fl'illlllli, Al. Pruti. -I
Iuvimu, A. Nulmclu. L, XV1lllI11'l', CI. czilfllilfk, -I. Zyhmvski, Nl. xIilI'SllillL'lx
Srcl Huw-VI. NIUQIQCII M. Sclmpp, Ii. lpllllllll, If. fiilllilll, NI. Allllllilly, A. xlHl4Ul'L'U. l". Xlcwrmm
lf. Nlutuliu. P. H1-ml
Back Row-M. DL-Frank, F. Capan, E. Morrow, W.
Front Row-M. Tarbuck, C. VVatts. F. Stujaknvielm
The Girls' Athletic Association is an or-
ganization to promote better sportsmanship
among girls. It was put into operation to give
the girls at Trafford High a chance to enter into
sport when the Girlis Varsity Basketball was
discontinued. The C.A.A. not only takes in
basketball but vollyball and softball also. This
gives the girls a better chance at sports all year
The G.A.A. consists of the four upper
grades in the high school. The membership
is open to any one who wishes to join. This
being only the second year of the club's exist-
ence, it has progressed tremendously from the
previous year, It has given each girl an even
The complete membership is divided
equally into teams that plav each other until
all are eliminated, but one. This team will re-
ceive memorable honors.
The point system by which all girls are
Back Row-E. Morrow, M. Tarbuck
Front Row-W. Meagcr, F. Stojakovich, F. Capnn,
eligible to earn the GAA insignia is based on
their activity in the club. Each girl when she
plays in a game will receive five points, two
points each for keeping score, time, and ref-
ereeing. All girls have an equal chance to earn
points if they try.
Miss Remaley, our sponsor. originated the
idea when all other chances for girls, sports
were eliminated. The idea had come from a
similar college club, which is operated on the
The oflicers are President, Betty Koepka,
Vice President, Colleen Watts, Secretary,
Mary jean Ruffog and Treasurer, Ruth Dumm.
Marion Ludmann took over the job of record-
er. This consists of keeping an individual
record of each girl.
We as members of the G.A.A. want to
thank Miss Remaley for all her work and
UNIOR HIGH B SKETB LL
ZH North llllllllllgilllll 24
IT Xloorovx illm- Zl
23 , lfraiiikliii Twp. 24
251 , lJlll'lllI'll S2
:IT . lfrauiltliii Twp. 26
I7 . lllltillllll . 24
26 , lforost llills 25
30 Iiaisl Nlvli 1'1' sport . 2.5
Jil XViliiii'rmliiig . 32
23 lforvst Ilills . 38
22 linst Kit-Kc'4:sport E28
20 NVilim'rdiiig , 38
First How-LL to lliglitl D. Fzihyoiiic, IC. Cigiuli, A. Zigru-mit-li, fiom-li lin-iiiic, Ol. Pwclt, li.
Second Row-Mgr. li. lirickvl. li. Scales, li. l,4'ilCOL'li, bl. Liilliu-i', M. Mirsatlslxy, IL. lxrupur, L.
Zig:ii'ox'icli. E. l,t'Ilill'l
The Trafford junior High liaiskethull tmuii
wound up the svusoii with four wins and cight
Our first fin- stzirtoffs are Ecldiv llOl'ilHlL'.
Anthony Zigzlrovicli, Don F11l7yUlllC. .Iohii
Beck and Eddie Cigich. The hoys put all their
effort into thcir gullies.
Other inciiiheis of tlw team arc Robert
Scales, liohcrt Peacock. Emrmuel Krupzuz Carl
Zigarovicli, Nlurtiii Vzirsufsky and -lim Cullivcr.
The junior High Bzlske-tlbull team was
ltillllllg' the league during the mid-season. hut
somehow it slipped up and ended with 21 4 win
S loss rccord.
BASEB LL 19 2
First Row-tl, to ltightl lt. Galore, li, Tvvardowski. -I. Kelly, -I. XVracker. D. llopkins. li.
Second Row-Coacli lireinie, -I. julian, li. l,cnarl, UI. Ogle, A. Asquino, nl. Zigarovich
Third Row-D. Linlner. B. llrickel. xl, Majernik. II. Nlazur, II. lfuriinsky. D. ,Iosephie
The Tomahawks will again field a hasehall
team this spring. Although XVPIAL has not
sent out schedules. it is assumed that we will
he in the same section as last year with NVil-
merding. Plum Township. and Pitcairn.
liast year in sectional play our record
showed three wins and three losses. Prospects
are hright for a much lmettcr showing this year
with the return of the three regular pitchers
and two outfielders. The whole regular infield
was lost through graduation.
Returning regulars from the 1951 hasehall
team are pitchers Lenart. Wlracker. and
Roland Galoreg and outfielders blohn Zigaro-
vich and David Alosephic. Vacancies at the
infield and outfield posts should he capahly
filled hy these promising prospects: Asquino.
Furimski. Twardowski. lfloranic. Kelly. Kinley.
Brickel. A. Zigarovich. Nlajernick. and B. Cal-
loro. All positions are wide openg the hoys
who show the most hustle, spirit. and ahility
will win the starting roles.
The baseball field on our own athletic
plant will not he ready for use this season.
XVith permission from the proper authorities
we will prohahly play our home games at
South Trafford as we did last year.
XVe shall be pleading with Mother Na-
ture and that villain the weatherman for the
pleasant sunny days so necessary to the proper
training and conditioning program for getting
aspiring hall players into the hest physical
shape for the task ahead.
Our aim shall he to win the sectional title.
In order to reach this aim it is necessary to
capture each of our objectives. the game facing
us at the particular moment. Although we
may not achieve our aim. we will have the sat-
isfaction of knowing that we have given our
lmest. Only one team can he the championg
the others must look ahead.
First Row-KL to Right? 'If Mellngh. S. Draganaxe, QI. Ogle. D. Sehopp, ll. Moore, K. Kinley
Second Row-Coach lleaps, AI. iklaxur, l,. Cfolnngelo, li. xvilllill. -I. I'llll'ill1SlQ', li. Twartlowski
Th'ril Row-5. Codieh, Al. NYraeker, li. liriekel. IJ. l,intner, li. Mathias, C. Crnbb, C. ilorl,
QI. clill'lllI'lllI, A, Asqnino, Al. Owens
Wfhistling winds and driving spring rains
are heralding forces which welcome another
track season for the scantily clad braves from
wigwam THS. The returning braves turn
their eyes westward toward the setting sun in
memory of Chief I-Runaway-From-them
Seraiin who has departed from his inner circle
of warriors and left many coveted scalps to
prove the victorious nature which he instilled
within the tribal unit. A new chief, Catchem-
and-Passem-up Robinson. was selected to
carry trailing feathers of our tribe to victory
this season. Among those braves upon whom
he will rely for scouting and foraging are the
Run-uin-and-jump-um Ugles. Scout-and-Scout
Horanic, VVatchem-My-Smoke WValko. Nie-
Tossem Corl, Me-Tossem-Too Carlheim. Me-
Heave 'em Hydak, .lump-to-Sky Draganac,
Me-Slingnm-Stick Codich, Tossem-Far Mazur.
and Stretchem-Legs NVracker. Caretaker of
their needs and equipment was Me-Too-Tired
F a b y o n i e and coach Me-Crackem-NVhip
Tribal records were made last year in
contests involving braves from the NVPIAL,
XVestmoreland County, and the State of Penn-
sylvania. Our warriors brought home winning
scalps in the 220 yard dash and the half-mile
relay. Due to speed of pursuing panther, ex-
chief Serafin now runs for Panthers of Pitt
Wigwam. Other wigwams seek our present
chief to run with the speed of a rabbit for
Little braves of Iunior WVigwam also
catchem scalps in -Iunior Meet held on home
reservation. Them bring back skins of Middle-
weight relay, broadjump, and highjump.
After tribal dances for the blessings of
departed warriors, our braves go forth to chal-
lenge tribes of Hickory Township. Turtle
Creek, Plum Township, Wfestmoreland Coun-
ty. NVPIAL, and then, maybe, on to home of
the Nittany Lion for All-State Nleet.
Top Row-fL4'ft to riglitj tlir' "lluln-rt E. Law- wuts "April Sliuwi-rs." Pork principal sum L-un lilalclc
Gentlemen lu- sm-utml, XYc-s- Drumming up tmclf' Clmp utl'i'l'S., liastus faces
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quirr-s, Amly Nlniuc-vu mn Clin- Klum Clmmin-l prv- limivsi clLll.S Cum-, Um' vVl'Sflllll'L'Illlllii'-llp wturliu
SilSllIllll' Dvtriclx, Phillip Fzllcuvcliiu, lTI'iIIll'l'S Nlllflllll l,ll'lll2lLlZ, lluth c:ill'Xl'l'. BilI'llill'll Aim
llugam, klulm W':uim-r, 'l'11llIN'l' Sus- Snyrlvr, limnuym- l,lUyd. liluing- Almclim-, Simdm Anlliomp
Nic-kiv Silnmwnis, f:'L'Ul'Ql' Knight, 'l'lu1y4'1' Cvigcly Putty llaxxis, Nlkllij' lNlkll'QllI'i'l Ilona. Dvmiis
Ilitclivy. llmmlcl Omlish, Put Uwvns, Iliamu Donaitvlli, Suszm Pzlrkins, Tmmny Cmminglmiii,
Dick Allwrt, .lllllj ,-Xllwrt, cit'Hl'fllll YUIIIIQI. 'Izuwt Zyclmwski, Alucly lfimclis, Czlrul Kailcimiy, jimmy
mil, Susan Knight, Nlz1i'gz1r1-tjaliis Sily-:lc-r
Dizmu SL-lilividvr, Daumy Bxigiski, Cluylc- Suinuc-ls, Mzu'jorix- Simmons, Kutlilc-vii l'1I'l'L'llL'L'. lJlllll1'lll'
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Richard L. Robinson
Clyde R. Schrock
joseph F. Tewes
Dwight N. Witman
Albert F. Zubak
Alex O. Peacock
Stanley I. Gunia
John D. Kolonay
Russell R. Brinker
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May your future bring a full
measure of happiness and suc-
cess in all your endeavors.
When you start to earn,
saving money is a good habit
to cultivate. Open your Sav-
ings Account with us.
IR IN SAVINGS 81 TRUS
A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD COMMUNITY
For Beautiful Flowers
Corsages 61 Floral Arrangements
Of All Kinds
829 Linden Ave.
East Pittsburgh, Pa.
Valley 4020 61 4021
GOODMAN S' IEWELRY
Gifts that last
Fine Selection of Watches
Diamonds and Iewelry
M 81 C MOTORS INC.
DESOTO - PLYMOUTH
Complete Body and Fender Shop
Guaranteed Used Cars
Middle Avenue and Third Street
816 Braddock Ave. East Pittsburgh Valley 5597
NATALE SPORTING GOODS CO.
Team Outfitting Our Specialty
Baseball - Softball - Football - Basketball
420 Locust Street McKeesport, Pa.
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
Schedule Your Banquet With Us
553 Fifth Street Ext. Trafford, Pa.
Lodge St.-Vid 541
OROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION
301 Cavitt Ave. Trafford, Pa.
V. S. PULTAN
TRAFF ORD HARDWARE
Cavitt Ave. Trafford, Pa.
CLEANING and PBESSING
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT
422 Cavitt Ave. Trafford, Pa.
LOUIS JEN ETS
Work Done While You Wait
Caift Be Beat In Price, Material
416 Cavitt Ave. Trafford, Pa.
RICHARDSON , MCCOY
WALTER I. YENNY
'iSomething from the Jewelers,
is something specialv
104 Electric Ave.
East Pittsburgh, Pa.
Valley 6446 Brandywine 1-3275
C. E. WILSON LEROY I. PAHEL
Insurance Wallpaper and Paints
Fire - Casualty - Auto Quaker Rugs - Hall Carpets
8 Weeks fo PHY Window Shades
N0 Extra Cost Toys The VVhole Year Around
Auto Financing 3WZ1 Interest
484 Second Street
524 Forest Avenue Trafford, Pa.
phone 815 Pitcairn, Pa. Phone 356
AXTON'S D. GENRE
HOUSE OF GIFTS Lumber and Mill Work
Jewelry - Gifts Lucas Paints
Overhead Garage Doors
Rehgmus Amcles Anderson Windows
513 Penn Avenue Turtle Creek Valley 1346
Valley 6034 Wilmerding Pennsylvania
RUSSELUS FLORAL SHOPPE
CAR WASHING COMPLETE LUB.
New Hydro-Air New Hydro-Clo
Crankcase Flusher Cnr Washer
Phone Trafford 9439
5th and Brinton Ave. Trafford, Pa.
DAUCHERTY FUNERAL HOME
Sixth Street and Airbrake Ave.
Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania
BR. 1-5050 - VA. 2233
. . . Better Furniture
Modern Stores in
Turtle Creek Wilkinsburg
SERRO'S DIN ER
STEAKS - CHOPS
Served at Anv Time
Open 24 Hours
Phone 935 A Home Owned Store
IIMMY'S FOOD MARKET
PRIME MEATS - FROZEN FOODS
305 Cavitt Ave. Trafford, Pa.
We Aim To Please
I - I 1 I 1
TURTLE CREEK AUTO PARTS CO.
Genuine Parts For All Cars And Trucks
267-269 Braddock Avenue
Valley 3-7770, 1, 2 Brandywine 1-0274
FUNDIS RADIO Sz TELEVISION
SALES and SERVICE
FOR ALL APPLIANCES
437 Cavitt Avenue Trafford, Pennsylvania
HARRY E. CORL
GENERAL REPAIR BODY dz FENDER WORK
VACCARO BROS. GARAGE
202 Cavitt Avenue
TRAF FORD, PENNSYLVANIA
Phone Trafford 140
WEYAN DT DRUG CO.
YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE
PENN- MOR HOTEL
Dinners Served Duilv
Accomodations For Banquets
MARKO CODICH Of Any Size
Phone Pitcairn 9402
R. D. 414 Irwin, Pennsylvania
Phone Irwin 1924
Phone Trafford 526-I
111 First Street Trafford, Pa
"Going My Wayv
TRAFFORD CGACH LINES
TRAF F ORD
Phone Irwin 1949
Phone Tr. 506
CHARLEY AND MARIE'S
MEATS, GROCERIES, FROZEN FOODS
Some People Claim They Have the Best Foods
We Don't, We Sell Them!
CHARLES MICITISH, Prop.
5th and Fairmont Avenue Phone 409
TRANSFER 81 STORAGE
Coal 61 C-eneral Hauling
528 Fairmont Ave. Phone Tr.-1161
Fire, Casualty, Liability Bonds
3l5Vz Fifth Street
Phone Trafford 851
638 Braddock Avenue
SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING CO.
BETTER DRY CLEANING
EXPERT HAT BLOCKINC
414 Cavitt Avenue Trafford, Penna.
Phone Trafford 9782
CASH FEED STORES
Portrait and Commercial Photography
Home of . .
SUPER ,,A,, FEEDS Banquets - Candids
THERE IS A STORE NEAR YOU 915 Penn Ave., TURTLE CREEK, PA.
STUDIO: VA. 6289 RES: VA. 4700-R
Chevrolet, Oldsmobile Bt Cadillac
Sales ISI Service
407 Oak St. Irwin, Pa.
Flowers For All Occasions
310 Fairmont Avenue Trafford, Pa.
Matthew Bryan, Pres.
W. B. Meager, Sec.
A. C. Scales, Solicitor
Robert Henderson, Burgess
John Vuick Ir.
SERRO MO-PAR SALES
Dodge - Plymouth
Lincoln Highway Irwin 274
HARLICH'S DRUG STORE
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TRAF F ORD ROTARY CLUB
"He Profits Most Who Serves Be t
OARUSO SERVICE STATION
Prop., FRANK CARUSO
We Give S 81 H Green Stamps
WOMANDS CLUB OF TRAFFORD
SOCIETY OF ST. IOHN KANTY
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QTOW. SW. Jana Kantego No. 8551
Organized in the year 1915
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