Union High School - Memory Lane Yearbook (Rimersburg, PA)
- Class of 1944
Page 1 of 70
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1944 volume:
f f 43. w
Hninn High Svrhnnl
I HE publication of this, our 1944 "U," marks it's
first anniversary. We are the first class, in
many years to have a complete set of year books, as
a record of our four years at Union.
This year the "U" Staff has strived to make
our annual different. Vie have divided the book
into three sections: Fall, Winter and Spring. The
title pages of these sections are printed on colored
paper to signify the changing seasons. We have
placed the classes and organizations into the sea-
sons of their most outstanding activities.
The Class History of the Seniors will be told,
by a brief paragraph, accompanying the write-up
of the present classes. Thus, as our high school days
draw to a close, We are happy in the thought that
our "U" will treasure our cherished memories of
Union, the school we love.
E dedieate this yearbook to Miss Elizabeth L.
Scott, whose lovable personality, sincere i11-
terest, and earnest cooperation has enabled the Class
of '44 to keep alive their memories of Union, through
the publication of the "U,"
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LII-1I'TENAN'l' MIKE SASKA
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ENSICN JAMES R. CANNING PVT. NICHOLAS IVIFIRVOSH
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7-Back to work "In a Little Red School House. "
10-Our Hrst football game-Union and Morganza.
13-Election of Home Room Officers.
14-Classes elect Officers.
16--Another scoreless game between Union and Waynesburg.
20-29--Magazine sales get under way. 4
21--Band parades at Washington.
Dr. Yap entertains with a lecture about the Philippines.
24-Union Blue Devils vs. Weirton Night Riders.
1-Home game with Trinity.
4-6-Mr. Ylfeller takes Senior pictures.
7-Initiation for the new members of the Tri-Hi-Y.
8-Union triumphs over Centerville.
11-Club pictures are taken for the HU."
14-Assembly-J. Franklin Coveny, artist, picks Jackie Miller for the great profile.
Library Club gets rhythm at their first party at Miss Scott 's apartment.
l5-Coraopolis game postponed.
20-The first dance of the season was the Sadie Hawkins dance sponsored by the Home
Reptile show by Jack Ramon. Theresa Seyda becomes Union's new snake charmer.
21-22-Vacation for students while teachers attend Institute.
22-Rainy night-but Union travels to Homestead.
25--Miss Love joins the faculty.
25-26-27-Ration Book 4 is distributed to the community by teachers.
27-Freshmen hold annual Ha1lowe'en party.
29-Another football tie-Union and Avella.
NOVEMBER : "
5-Clark suffers its first defeat at the hands of the Union Blue Devils.
8-13-American Education Week.
ll-Union plays its rival, McDonald, to the tune of 12-0.
We celebrate with a Jeep Dance under the auspices of the Tri-Hi-Y.
13--"Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the M orning"-but school on Saturday.
15-20-National Book Week.
15-Miss Kushner and Mrs. Burd take Mr. and Mrs. VonFeld's positions.
We get our first glimpse behind the scenes in the theatre as the Slouts entertain us.
17-Hi-Y members inducted.
18-Commercial Club initiates new members.
19-Glenn Hicks wins Amateur Hour and a free HU."
20-Last game of the season is with Coraopolis.
25-26-Time out while we eat turkey!
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Welch, J. W. Principal
In school he's principal.
Meaning one of high rankg
Outside he's H. friend
On that you can bank.
Sciamanna, Anita 0ffi:e Sec'y.
Slovan H.-Reading. Cooking
rful and gracious is Anita,
office secretary so kind.
VVith typing, reading and cool:-
minutes are all timed.
Miller, Wm. P. Asst. Principal
A leader in school and commun-
Miller is the cream of the crop.
Be it business or social,
He'll always be on top.
Smith, Mrs. Jean Secretary
Smiling and gracious she greets
No itiliifitter what our questions
Ready to help at all timesg
We think she's tops, you see.
Tennyson, Harry L. Supervis-
A very busy man is he
Buying, repairing, supplying,
VV1'iting, arranging, and check-
To supply our needs he is try-
Swanik, Ann School Nurse
Miss Swanik, our school nurse,
Custodian of our teeth and ton-
Smiling and gracious always.
She takes care of all our ills.
Scott. Elizabeth L. Librarian
The library, the "U," and
Miss Scott is head of them
She has a job that only she
Her iriends are always ready
when she calls.
lVlcClusky, Edward Physical
Almost his hobby is his busi-
For this we are very glad
Wie are happy to Welcome
He iv. a fine coach Union has
Glenn, Lucille Physica!
Evans City H.iMusif'
Miss Glenn is mentor of our
In Phys. Ed, We march and
And soon learn health is
By dancing and playing each
Ronco, R. E. Problems of
Mr. Ronco is our football
Respected and admired he
Even though he is a beginner
Union boys and girls are
glad he has come.
D'ElIa, Joseph Spanish.
Hriolo Valalrio, ll. -'l'ravm-ling
From far away Italy
t'.1nn-s. our Spanish tm-zu-lu-r,
llis hobby is travl-ling
llis Nash is thu 1-uvy of 4-arh
Von Feld, Mary Ola English
Lfmgloth IRQ-signerl Nov. 15. '-LD
Mrs. Von Ft-ld is trim and nt-at
Avtiyi- in all school affairs:
Wi- huliv that in hor future- lift-
Shm-'ll m-yn-r have too many
Struwing, Roy Industrial Arts
New York IL- -l'hotography.
Llolm-rl Navy Hot. 7, 194211
lli- 1-ntt-rn-rl svrvlm- lu tho Navy
To lu-lp us win this war.
Ili- lt-ft his wifi- with us
NY4- hopt- hc soon returns to
Potts, Eleanor Lou Ise
tile-sigm-11 Jan, lil-HJ
Tall and slundm-r ls Miss Potts
A wizard in history was her
Cruikshank. Wlnifred English
Belington, VV. Va.
Soniur advisor and friend,
Gracious and kindly alwaysg
llc-r 4-lassos always a plvasur'-,
helped us with our
Von Fcld, Leo History
Imperial, Pa. 1Resigned Nov.
Laughing and friendly always
work or fun.
into industry to
And he-lp a factory to run.
Struwing, Geneva Latin,
Midway H.--Trying our
iltvsfigni-tl Mar. ll!-HJ
Mrs. Struwing likes to
Now recipes she tries,
'l'h1- Navy her husband took
Now for him she sighs.
Colesberry, Harry History
His profession is teaching.
His hobby is gardening,
His pleasure is coachingg
This must make happy liv-
Pyle, Katherine English
A ni-wcomer to our school
Is Miss Katherine Pyle:
Writing and reading are her
Nouns and verbs are her
Gutzler. Chester Industrial
VS'arren, Pa. H.-Sports
Mr. Gutzler is slim and very
favorite sport is basket-
He's very proud of his new
And hopes that some day
she'll be a. fine lady.
Dunnegan, Leonard Physics
Werner. Clara Ni- Home EC- Chemistry, General Science
Ma-Kcesnoit, l'z1. H -ii:-aiding Patten, Pa. H.--Reading
i4'riendly and lu-lnful
C51 . - . 1 .itz Director of our Student Council
Nlmnfg. Em ml Kind and thoughtful is his nd-
As sowing llll-3il'Lil'Uh' vim,
No one can coninete. Ready to he-lp in ull school 111'-
He never has to be zisked twice.
Malone. Harold Biology
Kebe, Margaret Home Ec.
Coraopolis H,-Spectator Sports
NVitty and 1-lever is Mr. Malone.
His UIIW is fully 0CCUl1i9d Mistress of culinary arts is she
BY U'1lChiI1iJJ. IW-iniing. find DUO- Laughing and cheerful all the
togrzilxliy, day long,
Never gi dull moment is allowed. Quito :L lady is Miss Kc-be.
Macks' Mrs' Home EC' Lewis, Mr. Mathematics
Shwlm -, Hgfliwlding and Kingston, Va. ..H.--Studying
Lollectmg Books Math
Althffugh hm' huiibimd has had Mr. Lewis Z1 muthemziticzil wiz-
to renort :Wd
IN the S01'ViCf' Uf his COUNTY? Xvith neronautics, and radio, and
In all activities she is at good code,
SIXTH, He is right at home
Andflthe students think she's This knowledge must be :L loud.
work and Gardening
Quick and efficient
This man is much ud-
He mixes Math and
But work never makes
McGregor, Mrs. R. P.
Ford City H.-Playing
This slender Miss wit
Directs the music of
Harmonies of instru-
ment and chorus
Are lovely products of
Strong, Dorothy Com- Love, Marie Com-
X- mercial mercial
rim X Music Join-Q H.--Crocheting
a . ture'is -- -1v.- VVe say "welcome back"
tur ' to Miss Love
er a s Strong - r she is one of our
Her . .. V is great alumnae
Her hobby is music or
VVe hope she tinds us
just as nice
As Union was in thirty-
Filipponi, Gena Com-
Bowling is her hobby
At the typewriter she has
Is business and school af-
She's always ready to do
a good deed.
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IC. X'1rsIvl1i'u', K. Ilnim-N. Il. Nlulw-pis, l'. M1111-luis. A.. Gwlzxllm-Z, XY. Norris, Il I'Il'llIlIS. .I. IIPIILIIII
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Seated Ile-ft Iii rightb fi, Mmwupis. .l. Ywumr. K. Svuti. 'l'. Sm-ydzl, .l. Mi-ltun, 'I'. Yuriu.
Standing--A, Grmzziln-z. R. 1':is1i1vr', U. Nizirnpis, Mr. IIllllllt'g2lll. A, Slim:
School activities get under way each fall with the beginning of the foot-
ball season. Freshmen are rapidly initiated into the spirit of Union and soon
become enthusiastic as the upper-L-lassmen.
The band and cheedeaderslead us Uifootbah ganum each Phiday nithe
Fall. The present band is one of the finest we have had, and the cheerleaders
are full of pep.
The cheerleaders under the direction of Maxine and Theresa, seniors,
direct cheers both in assemblies and at games. Many new songs and cheers
were added to our pep meetings. These lively girls with the aid of the student.
body and hundty have conuzthrough the season with mnne very enthnmasdc
gaines. 1Each of the classes prepared and conducted pep rneethigs for sonic
home games. The honors go to the Freshmen for the best planned pep meeting:
The band is lead in marching by our drum major and majorettes. Charles
and Josie were senior 'thigh steppersl' this year. They lead the band in many
intricate formations between halves at each football game.
First Row fleft to rightb-B. Babyak, M. Beard, T. Seyda. Second Row-C. Pugh, L. Conrad
Third Row-D. Tomich, L. Del Tozzotto. Fourth Row-E. Petrus, R. Panconi.
Froni the "kiek-off" to the last minute of the games our foothall team
played exeitiug granies. Though the team had the handieap ot' losing inany
players l'roin last year's squad, they were not discouraged. 'l'h:uiks, fellows,
We really enjoyed the games. 'l'he student managers this year ineluded: Mar-
ion Malone, John Blaine, Jaekie lirunner.
To earn a letter a player must have participated in hall' of the games play-
ed in the season. Seniors who have been out for foothall the three previous
years also reeeive letters. lietternien for this year are: Jiln Bertolotti and
John Melton, Co-eaptains, Regis Friday, Tom McGraw, Gus Diamond, Tony
Standish, Dean lionunes, Wade liuekwalters, Joe lfleruandez, Ray West, Ed-
ward Kortyna, Tony Pappas, Holi Arnold, George Pugh, George Metalie, Phar-
les Metalie, Manuel Martinez, Bill Diamond, Frank Certieh, John Boni, Ivan
Vujaniek, Marion Malone, Mgr. Wade and lvan were two freshnien who won
their letters this year. Voaeh liay lioneo eaine to linion this year as head
eoaeh ol' our t'ootliall ti-ani. Although Mr. lloneo was faeed with a lmegiiiiiiiig
train he had a very sueeessful season- Ile was ahly assisted hy Coaehes Ed.
Mi-Flusky and Ilarry i'olesl1erry.
S--iiteinlfei' I0 .. ...Union --Morganza .
Si-im-iiilu-i' Ili .. ...Union ---Waynesburg
N-intl-iiiln-i' 24 .. ...lluion -Weirton ..
Uvlriln-r l ... ...Union 'l'l'iniLy ...
lll'l4lllt'l' A .. ...Union
Uetoln-1' 212 .. ...llnion
Um-toher 29 .. . . .l'ni1n Ave-ll:x . . . . .
Novi-iiilmer 5 .. ..,. l7nion --Cla,1'k .....
Novi-inlie-i' I1 .. .... Ilnion --Mellonald .
Novi-1iihei'1I0 .... ...Union
Cornpolis . .
First Row Cleft. to rightl--G. Puprh. A. Gonzalez. ll. Arnold. NV. llizimond, NX. liUClxVVllllt'I'
I. Vnjaniek, S. I'ensak. Second Row-VD. llommes, T. McGraw. J. Melton, J. Bertolotti, G. Dia-i
inond, 'I'. Pzippas, R. Friday. Third RowsCoach R. Ronco. J. Fernandez, E. Kortyna. J. Boni, M.
Martinez. G. Maropis, F. Certirth, Ass't Coach H. Colesberry. Fourth Row-B. Shultie, J.
M1-flrziw. li. Furtis, C. Metalic, ID. Seott, J. hoss, R. Gr-coma, N. Latella, J. Paueliniek. Not
Pictured f'I'. Standish, W. Bettley, G. Metalic, A. Campos, J. Marcus, J. Dalfol.
How beautiful is youth! how bright it gleams
With its illusions, aspirations, dreams!
Book of Beginnings, Story Without End,
Each maid a heroine, and each man a friend!
All possibilities are in its hands,
No danger daunts it, and no foe withstandsg
In its Sublime audacity of faith
'Clie thou removed!" it to the mountain saith
And with ambitious fe-et, secure and proud,
Aseends the ladder leaning on the cloud!
2-Basketball season opens.
3-Manhatten singers present a variety of harmonies.
7-Bridgeville plays our varsity.
8-Hi-Lite dedicates a Service Flag to th e members of the faculty in the armed forces.
10-Union Quintet travels to McDonald.
14--Charleroi is defeated by Union.
17--"Thumbs Up" for the Senior play.
Seniors present cyclorama to the school.
21-Library Club serves annual Christ mas Tea.
Brownsville Basketeers visit Union.
23-Jan. 3-"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," but he forgets to bring "A White
Christmas. ' '
4-The New Year opens with a game at Ambridge.
7--Trinity beats us.
10-Seniors order invitations.
13-14--A "Worried Mind"-Semester exams.
19-Seniors celebrate their half-way mark with a party-orchestra and all.
Miss Potts leaves and Miss Hammerstrom arrive .
20-Rings are displayed to the Juniors.
25--Early American Indian Dances presented by the Laubins.
26-Juniors choose Balfour rings. -
Union trounces Morganza.
28-Leap Year Dance held by the Student Council.
Union plays Canonsburg.
1-Tri-Hi-Y entertains Hi-Y.
2-Ground Hog doesn't have to come out-he's been out all January.
3-Robert Morris School of Business presents program for the Seniors.
4-XV:-3 go to Trinity.
8--Morganza visits Union.
10-G. A. A. Plays Basketball.
14-Sophomorcs meet Cupid at their party.
15-We visit the Little Presidents.
16-Senior girls learn about nursing.
18-We are hosts for the first time to North Catholic, Pittsburgh.
22-The Gunners come to Union.
25-Ambridge closes the season at Union.
29-We get an extra day in four years.
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Seated tleft to right?-Theresa Seyda, Secretary: LaVerne Wos, Club Editorg Dolores Mc-
Conaughey, Sr. Statistics: Ruth Friday. Editor-In-Chiefg Josephine Garcia, Photography Ed-
itor. Standing-Miss Scott, Advisorg Lucille Jackson, Class Editor: Dorothy Riddile, Sr.
Statistics: Mary Arguelles, Sr. Statistics. Not Pictured-Margaret McGraw, Sr. Statistics.
Seated-Rose Le Couvre. Joe Horovitz, Helen Kopacz, Joe Gonzalez, Wardie Joseph, Business
Manager. Standing-Miss Filliponi, Advisory Jean Gilbert, Pete Gobleck.
This year's staff was divided into two groups with the hope of adding
more improvements to the "UW The Editorial Staif handled the literary
work. The Business Staff worked with the financial matters involved in the
publishing of an annual. The members on the stai gained useful experience
Four hundred copies of the "U" were sold. The stai sponsored an
Amateur Hour to which purchasers of the "U" were admitted free of charge.
Many students entered the contest. Glen Hicks was the winner of the program
and received a free "U,"
nion Hi-lite Staff
"Then hail to the Press! Chosen guardian of
Strong sword arm of justice! bright Sunbeam
of truth !-Horace Greeley.
About a month after this school term began, the Union Hi-Lite appeared.
Our school paper was printed by an inexperienced staH. With each edition
the paper improved. The students on this staff take a course in Journalism
to aid in their newspaper work. The positions 011 the staif rotatcv so that each
may have a variety of experiences in Writing for newspaper work. The Staff
also printed programs for the football games.
The Ili-Lite sends free of charge nearly seventy-five copies each month
to our graduates and faculty in the service. In honor of members of the
faculty in the armed forces the Hi-Lite presented a service flag to the school.
An assembly program was held at which time were given brief biographies of
of the faculty members ill the service of their country. A formal flag raising
eerrmony was held in front of the sehool.
First Row fleft to right!-B. Sprando, M. McGraw. E. Willhoyte, G. Rowland, J. Gilbert.
Second Row-Miss Scott, J. Garcia, R. Friday, M. Arguelles, M. Martinez, C. Houghton. Third
Row-L. Jackson, G. Hamilton, M. Ennace, D.Riddile, I-I. Kopacz, L.Wos, B. Brown. Fourth
Row--M. Beard, D. McConaughey, J. Linn, L. Jackson, R. LeCouvre, M. Spanogians, F.
Yukevieh, H, Tarr.
The Sophomores came back less confused, and ready to initiate the Fresh-
men. They chose James Lee for their president and Irma Marvieh, for Secre-
tary and Treasurer, with Chris Maropis as Vice-president.
lYhen the Class of 44 entered the Sophomore year we had more confidence
and the boys were ready to torment the freshmen. The boys seemed to take
over the class. The officers were: President, Patsy Yanni Csophomore football
starlg Vice-president, Attilio Sturag Pete Gobleck and Albert Sprando were
elected Secretary and Treasurer. "Til" and Bill were our basketball players.
There were a number of clubs open to Sophomores. The new ones were
the Home Ee. Clubs.
Our class party was held in December. At the end of the term we were
all anxious for next year-for we 'd be upper elassmen!
Ulla Iain, lVilda
Unri toplier, lniasene
In Us-Lrlc. Ida-lla
Ilel 'Pozzott m. Lorraine
Ile Szintis, lidlth
Janeart, Il. lores
Kopaez, Ma ry
L'1,heta, Mary .lane
Linkish, li.-g na
Martinez, Al rngina
lNleWliorter, Mary Jane
li Jinan. Pauline
Sloan, Hea Jean
G! etsky. John
Nenfetl . G. 'urge
t'4-rth-h, H4-tty Ji-:in
lmrlu-, Ruth L.
lmrinzi, Kzithvrim- Ann
Klc-4-r, Annu Mm-
AI:'1':i!'l'4-ry. Mnry .Xnn
Mol-:irl:nn1l, Annu .If-:nn
M4'l"ni'lzi1ul, I Hifnlllj' May
IH-I1-rs, I"l':llu'n H
The Juniors nrt- proucl this your lwvaiisc they are uppor t'l2lSSIll0ll. Thvy
soon organized with ot'iim-rs: Presidvnt, George Maropisg Vive-pi'0si1le11t, John
Mi-ltong Ser.-'l'rvas., Helen Wnkvliv. S-vvvral of tho hoys ElI't' on the Zlflllefll'
toznns. Most of thc vlass at-tivities ure i'- the sm-ond senwster, with ring
scltwtions, play and Prom.
W0 we-re just tho same as tho othm' Junior Classvs-proud. Our oi'ii00rs
for that your were: Presimlcnt, 1 atsy Yannig ice-pr'eside11t, Ruth Fridzlyg Sec-
retary, Josiv Gurciag Treasurer, Wardio Joseph. Many of our boys pluyod
foothzlll and haskethall. W0 chose our vlass rings front tho lizllfour Uolnpany
in l"vhruary. Miss Cruikslianik diroi-ted our class plays. The girls presvntetl
"The Girls of ll. S. A." and the boys, "'l'1'upp0d in at Sulnnzn'ino."
l'1tn-rsnn, lrorothy BOYS
IH trus, Hllllllfl Mau-
Hush, Anno Roni. .lohn
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S.u'nit-kv, SI:-lla l"tll1l"l"- 'lm'
Srln'o4'kin:in, Mary Louisi-
Spun' Kay llugiis, l'1dwz1rd
qt ' ldlins. Hurry
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Williams, Mary Rose
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First Row llc-ft to rigzlitj--K, lmrke. J. Russell. .I. Garcia. J. Donati. H. VVukelic. S. Sztu-
iowski, IC. MCCIU52 K. Srott, F. Pete-i's. Second Row-Miss Strong, M. Mclver, A. Tomlinson,
lb. McConaughoy. B. 6'i'unn'ino lSvc.b. li, Rirldile t'l'I'e:1s.J. R. Friday tl'r0s.J. B. Hamill iVico-
l'i'vs.J. H. 112ll'f'llS. T. Svyila. Third Rowg,-X. Robinson. L, Holland, R. Castnt-r, .l, Linn. li
.l'zwkson. G. Hamilton. ll. l.v1'Toux'ie. l". Buxton. 1'. VV--Stlrke. ll, 'l'on:',ch. M. lXlc'C'or'inici1,
Fourth Row-N. Kirswii. V. I'f'i't-sa 'Xl Martine-7. M. .lrguoiivs J. tlilloi-rt, L, .Iam-kson. H. Kopucz
L. XVns M. lllnnzicf-. NV. Joseph. ll. Szicfks
Although divided into Alpha and Bt-ta Chapters, the Tri-Hi-Y nivnihers
xvork togvther ni ah actnitnw- QNovonnmer and IJec0nnnn'Xver0 espvciahy
active nionths for the club as it purvhased threo jeeps through the sale of
Ijefense lioinls ainl Stanips. Ilonie rooin salvsnien cwdlevted incnioy for the
stamps and honds each Monday, XVednPsday, and Friday morning.
Dances wore planned by the club, the admission living the purchase of a
lVar' Stzinip. Entlnisiastiu in charity work, the club is also socially minded.
The Tri-Hi-Y is especially noted for its initiation of new nieinlwrs. Those club
parties and meetings will be long remembered by all the members.
First Row flvft to rightJfV Hibbs. B. llineliart, L. Harmon, N. Cowden. R. Longo, R
Linkish, P. Imvis. A. Fratini, H. Pappas. Second Ilow--lllrs. Flurkey, C. McGraw. M. Ingle-
field iSuc.J. D. Tandy fTl'Gl1S.J, M. Mclvlfiortc-r fI'rffs.b. L. Conrad tVice-P1'es.J. B. McConaughey
ll. Horovitz, J. Cliristophor. Third Row--ii. Mzxrvicn, NY, 'Ihast:i.in, B. Coivdsn, J. Young'
L. Gregory. R. Sloan, B. Murphy, 'l'. McC1osky, G. Todoverto. Fourth Row-A. Russell, S
Pappas, R. Culley, R. Clair, C. Pugh, J. Linn. L. Del Tozzotto, M. VVimle1's, 1. Davidson, F
A A .3 A
Second Row-.1. Mi11111. IR Y:11111i. 11. 1'11s1111li1111 11'1'11s.1, .1. 1'1'i111-5' 18111.-11?-:11'111s1. 11. 1111111111
M, M111'1i1111z. Third Row A112 111111111113 11. .X1'111111I, '1'. l':1111111s. 11'. .X111t'1'11l11, 11. S111111 1'1'1'1111sN
N. 1':111zi1-11. 'I'. Ai4'f:1'1lXV. Fourth Row 11. 1111-1'1111'g. 111. V11s111111g'. M. .X1111i::g't1111. XV. A11'1'11ff4'1
A. 11'1111111', 14. Alv11111z. .1. 111-1111. M. A12l11l111'. Fifth Row---.1. l1'1l11Zil1t'Z, 11. 1!111.'111i1111. K. 111111111
J, 11111. .l. l'1111l11-11. .1. 11'111'11:11111-Z. .I. A11-111111. N01 Pictured XY. 1F1-11111y, XY. 11'11111-111113 11. 1A'll
151-1-.1,.1. I111111. A. X111111111.
A 1111111111111 211111 1111111111 1111111 111 111111111 is 11111 111-Y. 11111111115 111' 11111'1i11s s111111s111'1111 115'
11111 1111111 111'11 11:1111111y S111'1'11HS1'll1 111111 111 1111' 111111111 111' 11111 1111111111111's. 1'111'111111s M1-. 311111111113
j1lk1'N Slllll' 11111 1111yS 1111 111 1111111 g11111. '1'1111 111111 111' 11111 111-Y is 111 111'1111111. 11111111111i11 111111
11111111111 l111'11111:1111111 11111 S1-1111111 111111 1'1l1l1111111111y 111Q'11K11' !41'2l11112l1'11H 1111 11111111 111111111g 1111111
14111111111 1111ys. '1'1111 111-Y 15121 111'11111'11 111' 11111 S111111 Y. M. C. A.
A 111111' 1111111 1111s y11111' 18 11111 S1l21111S11 C11111 W111l'11 111114 11111111 111'Q11111z1111 111111111' 11111 111-
1'l'1'11011 111 M1. .11lS1'1111 1l'1+,1i11. SI1il111S11 111111'11111' 111 U11i1111.
Sp1111iSh ig il 1-1111111111-1iv111y 1111w s1111j111-1 111 111111111 il111113111J,11 w11 11i1Vt1 111111151 :11111111111's
111' S111111is11 111-S1111111, '1'1111 i11111'1111s111i i111e1'11s1 111 11111' 11211111 211111 S1111111 A111i'1'11'1l11 1111ig1111111's
is l111i11g 1'111+1111'1111 l1y 11111 S1Jil111S11 1711111 11111111114 1111111 11111111i11gs. '1'1111s11 s1111111111s 1l'.l"11 111
11111 1'l1S11l111S 111111 111111111111's 111 11111' s1111111111'11 1111ig1111111's.
First Row 111111 111 111.21111 11. Zlll'l'1ll'1!, I., S1c111'1'. li, I'11n1'1111i, 111. 1'1111'us. 11. 1V12l1'h21k, '
:111111-Z, 11, f'lll'I'Yll, 1. 11'111'11:111111-z. M. Ai11l'11ll1'Z, A Miprin-1. 11. '1'1'i1111ni, Secgnd Row 111, S1-1-gulnw
11. 1'1N11111 V 9111111 li 1'1111111111 li 1'1l11'1'1 C'1'11 1 J, NV 111 11 1l'l11-J 1 M1 1 181
1 , . : 11 1 '-1 S. .. S1111 , '. 1111112 .'111.1,
I. :Pl1ZJI11'Z 1Vi1111-l'1'1-s.1. li. S111-111, M. V111111:111111, K. S111111, L. 1N111r111s1111'i11. Third Row--1.1. 1411111
L. J:11111s1111, .1. 11:11'11i11, M. AI'1.fl11'11t'N, 11. i"1'1112lj', 11, 111111'1111s, IZ, 1'1'u1111'i1111, 111. M111'111y. 1'. VY11s1-
111111, M. M1-1'111-111i11k. M. Wi11i11111s, Mr. 11'11ZI111. Fourth Row--G. 11i11111111111. J. M111l11ll. .1. 11111111
11. Klugh, N. I'1111zi1'11, .1. 1'111'111111, 11. 011111111-ii. R. I'l1lI'D1'l', .1. 11111'11ir1, R. 1'11f1s111i, G. M111'1111is.
First Row 111-1'1 111 11151111 li. 1111111111 .1. 1Z1:1i1111. 11. 1fll1'1X.1I1, G. 1'11,u,11, .1. xY1111111I1. 13. .1.y1111
First Row ill-ft lo riglitl-B. t'e-rticli. V. Sulfie. ll. llzmeoni, R. Ch'mwm:1n. J. xvllllklllli
Second Row--'Miss Kr-lie. 4'. I-lougliton QSM-.J. li. Petrus lkxvlfif'-I,l'f324,D, NV1u'die Joseph fl'res.3,
ll. KUIPIIVZ f'l'l'l'2l!4.l. .l, Mn'l":1rlz1nd. Third Row-F. Lluxtoai, ll. Yx'illhojfte. L, XYos. ll, 'l':m1ic"i.
-'Y llillwlen, M, Ilurinzi. .l. CfZll'l'l2l. Fourth Row--lb. Kosovev. V. Bzxrto, M. lflnnunee, ll. Mc-
Fzlrlllllfl. M, lie Luca. ll. G2ll'2i2lll2llllS. 'l'. Se-ydu, Not Picturedeii. Mzucsie.
The first dam-e of the ye-:lr was verfuinly 21. sum-ess! Credit must he giV0l1
To The Home Ee. Uluhs who sponsored this Llzuice. The idea of holding the
lirst llenive ol' the year has heen proposed as si trzulitioii for the eluh. Spevizll
dam-es :mil 22111108 were planned for This dance. The girls also sold vzlncly umclo
hy the menihers.
Meetings ifllltl soviaxlns are a frequent 0l'i'11l'Y'Qllk'9 in This vluh. The girls
are Tzniglit lil10XVl0Llg'6 of home life and plan to do some elmrilzlhle work.
Tlle-se vluhs were 0I'g'illllZPll when The seniors of '4-L were Freslniieu.
First Row Cleft to righth-H. Pienkosky, D. Yadrich, B. McConaughey. R. Longo, U.
YVzlltl. H. Kostelich, E. YVoods, L. Bango. Second Row-AMrs. Masks, A. Martinez, A. Gobleck
Neal. H. Mudre 1Pres J, l-I. Strongosky iVice-1'res.J, ld Murvich 1Tref:.s.J, R Linkisii, E.
Henry. D. Myers. Third Row-A. Stoimenger, D. Janeart, B. Joseph, F. Schliniski, M, Kopaez,
M. Petrel. O. VVilliz1mson, G. Tobin. Fourth RowgS. Ilamias, B. Cowden, C. McGraw, D. Tandy,
M. McVVhorter, R. Sloan, L. Del Tozzotto, L. Conrad, M. Uettorri.
First Row th-ft to right? 'I'. Sl-yzln 1'l'rv:1sJ, A. lluymlvu lVl1't'-l'l'4'S.J. ll. lioywmvz 1Sm'.l.
I,. XX'-N 1l'r--s.l. XY. .losv1rh. lf. Huxlou. Lu'-illv .lzlvli--ou. Second Row-M. llo l.uv.1. G. llauu-
lilfvll. Y V1-iw-Qxu. IL liiilrlilf-, If-uiw .I:u'lasou. ll. 'l'f-mivli. I. 'lxl'.'i1I. Third Row- F. Yulu-vivlm. ll.
lfrirliy. ll. Sm-iw. ll. l':iu1-oui. lb. lul'l'vill'lZl!liI. ll. ll:u'pqli:1iirf-1. Miss Svotl. Not Pictured .X.
Muuy 4. puzzlwl flurls-ul luis in-vu zxirlml hy our li- Tho girl--zu'v so 1-utluisiusiiu' that vvou thv mouuloml doo
ln minus. Thosm- gi1'l::1'l1:1l'gi- hooks zluil uid tho stufleuls lulauis iu tio lilm1'u1'y are dec-orziloil.
ill limliug lll2li1'l'lill 111-mimi in the-ir studios. Meolimlfi ---f -"ll"--- f -
.uw lu- fl iu Ihr- lilu':u'y so Lhznl the- girls muy guiu more Porllups u futurv Pasteur or Curio will llzlvv in-ou
owli-miggv ol' ilu- lihru ry. au ulumuus of tho Biology Club. Stuclvuts iutorvstod iu
r'l'l0lll'P ill'4' uurollod iu the club. During' tho your V2ll'i
Mm-in yi-ur, during tho Clll'l!-illllllS se-nsou, tho Club ous Sf'il'l1k'l' 9XD0l'illlU1ltS ure- volulllctod to uid tho stu
hollis u if-zu with tlu-1'zu'ullyz1S lhvii' uuvsts, Iu keeping dents iu their SK'i0llC0 subjoc-ts. Sorfiuls, dum-es, mud
with Ihr- fllll'l5ll'lilH spirit tho vluh rim-r'o1'a1l4-s 'ho lihrzlry. lIl0t'l'lll5.1S lie-up tho Iliology Club u busy Ul'2'illllZ2lIilll1.
First Row li. S--ntl, .l, llouuii. .X. Alzxrtinvz. Ii. Ma-l'oi1ui1p.:'lu-y, li. Uluir, ll, 'l'zmdy. V.
Vuull 181-1-.L Serond Row M. AIwWl1orlf-V, M. Nw-'oriuivli. li. l'ullm-y, .I. iIolillr:u'k. li. Mv1'Ioy,
M. IH-lrf-I, Al. In-lon'--, K. lvuriuzi, Third Flow Mr, Mzllom-. N. i'1lllZlt'2l. .I. lil-od. G, Iliuiuourl
.l. Yzillinzn, 4'. lIIy'nul4oi't', .l. l'u4-ki-ll. Fourth Row .I. Millvl' l'I'l'n'Zl24.i, M. Ailwlingxlon, U, liowlc-I'
H'lll'2ll1'l'l. .I lu-4-, W. Mvl':1I'l're-y. ". AIJll'lvlil'4 iX'ii-e--!'l'n-SJ. li, Lyons. Not Pictured N. Flllllvj'
First Row tleft to right?-H Serznkis. H. Koetlm. J, Kiefer, H. Zuccarro, H. Trinonie, L. Gru-
ber. M. Vrnnges. H. Gruber. A. Baiiingai-rim. Second Row-Mrs Mc-Gregor, T Yario. K. Scott. L.
Munestzirio. .I. Goldbuch, lt. lfastner, V. CX-resil. J. Donati, O. Powell, J. YYillizimson. Third
Row-li. Sacks. B. Uertich, V. Bnrtfi. S. Sultie, F. Buxton, H. Culley, A. Russell, M. VVinder:'.
li. Knsuvec, IL NVilliamson. IC. Strongosliy. Fourth Row--M, Inglefield, B. .lost-lwh. A. Ben.
M. Bruce, V. XVQ-bster. V. VVestlake, F. Pcteris, G. Tobin. H. Pappzis, A. Rash, R. Lesko, C. Dvor-
sak. Not Pictured-N. Kirsch, J. Russell.
The chorus at Unio11 was divided into various units
to improve each section. The Advance Class consists
of Sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Each girl must
have had at least one year of chorus. The class meets
on Wednesday and Friday during the home room period.
The beginning class are new girls that are freshmen or
SODh0lll0l'6S. They meet on Monday during the home
An ensemble of fifteen girls was organized this year
chosen by tryouts. These girls must be able to read
music und also carry a part. The girls selected this
year were: Frances Buxton, Vera Mae Webster, Rita
Castner. Josephine Goldbach, Janice Linn, Olive Wil-
liamson, Dorothy Kosovec, Betty Certich, Kay Scott,
Vera Barto, Ruth Friday, Josephine Garcia, Jane XVil-
liamson, Viola Ceresa, Jean Russell.
Union has a boys' chorus which is progressing nice-
ly. The members include Jack Miller, Eugene Povero,
Richard Nichols, George Kortyna. George Gratchen. Joe
Castellino, Bob Gilbert, Bob Neil, Keith Gaines, Kermit
King, Don Taylor, and Eugene Vosburg.
The choruses and ensemble sponsored a Christmas
assembly this year. The boys and girls Work hard but
the results are successful.
First Row Qleft to rightl--P. Matsko, C. Pinizir. P. Imvis. lt. Sultie, F. Sultiv, M. Allen.
l'. Szwrzicino. A. B2ll1lllg2ll'llt'l', P, Barto. Second Row--Mrs. McGregor. IC. Srmneiiln-i'g'. lb. Un-
slfmtt. Il. Vruiiges. T. Mdllrvsliy. T. XVysoclii, U. lfamfiuulis. A. llestzlnio, G. Goodwin. Third
Row-G. Enos. N. Cnwden. lNI.Yukiina. J. Young. L Gregory, V. VVisnosky, A. llztmirez. G.
T'UKlI!Vf'l'U!. lf. Howler. Fourth Row-M. Petrel. ID. Steele. F. Schlinski, A. Steiniings-r. .I. Yates,
A. Garcia. l-1. llurrzis, IJ. Bruno. lb. Uertich, IJ SlilI1llA-'l, li. LL-unis. Not Pictured-H. Cook.
"All musie is what awakes from you when you
are reminded by the instruments,
lt is not the violins and eornets, it is not
the oboe, nor the beating drums, nor the
seore of the baritone singer singing his
sweet romance, nor that of the men's
chorus, nor that of the w0men's chorus . .
It is nearer and farther than they."
At every assembly. at the football games, and all eivie meetings our lllllSi-
cialis in blue have been seen and heard.
The first band was organized by Mr. George Sehooley, with a membership
ol' approximately forty-live students- Mr. Ronald C. Teare, Mr. O. Glenn
Aiken, and Mr. Robert P. McGregor, were successors to the baton. ln Feb-
ruary, 1942, Mr. Ml-Gregor was indueted into the army. Mrs. M4-Gregor was
elel-ted in his plaee for the duration. This fall the band was especially ae-
tive during our football season and at the honor roll dedieations held at the
surrounding eommnnities. The band has regular elass meetings eaeh day ill
the week, some days various seetions of the band praetiee, other days the
llnion has always been proud of its band. For tlleir eooperzltion and
work in musie the sehool presents letters to the senior band members.
First Row Qleft to rightj-R. Gilbert, I. Ile Cook, E. Willhoyte, F. Buxton. J. Garcia.
f'. Hudash, AI. Vs-legdon, li. Clair, M. McCormielc. E. Strongosky, J. Castellino, Mrs. Me-
Grezor. Second Row-K. Gaines, M. Kopauz, E. Taucher, E. Wlllhoyte, B. Certleh, B. Bebo,
A. Gobleek. R. Nicola. I. Vlfysocki. J. Gilbert. R. Hogue. Thlrd Row--R. Nichols, N. Cikovlc, A.
Rash, li. Friday, M. Ingleflleld, D. Tandy, R. Culley, L. Caleffe, E. Vosburg, N. Smith. T. Res-
tonlo. Fourth Row--G. Gratchen, J. Miller, WV. Be-rtolottl, G. Kortyna. R. Sutton. M. Addins-
ton. .l. Lee. ll. Taylor, li. Bertolotti, J. Puckett, IC, Povero. Not Pictured+M. Hayden, J.
Lulleta, I.. Gruber, B. McConaughey.
First Row floft to rightb-R. Pzmc'-oni. L, Holland, M. Arguellos fl'res.J. M. lllzirtiuvz tSef-.J. A
IC. Iiztggi t'l'rw1s.J, V. f'Oi'E'N2l ixflllt'-IJl'PS.Jv. R. Bowulino. L. Jackson. M. Durinzi. Second Row-
K. Iburinzi, IJ. Gzwgzilizmos. D. Mzichek. H, Trinohi, J. Goldhach, S. Raffa. J. Harpulu. T. Seyda,
Miss Filipponi. Third Row-R. Friday. IJ. Rirldile. M. Mclver, C. Houghton, H. Kopacz, L. Xlfos.
I G'Ibt-rt. M. lilnnzwe. IC. Ik-trus. Not Pictured-M. IJeLuc-11.
The C0llll116I't'l2ll Fluh prospered favorably this your iuulvr the exvvlleilt
supervision of its sponsor, Miss Filippoui. The encrgotit- preside-ut ol' tho 4-huh
also hi-lperi the vluh to silrvoss. This club was organized for the purpose of
aiding our future business students. A sucresstul pencil selling L-auipziigu
was sponsored by the Foinniorvizil Clluh.
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Thr Girls' Athletic ASS0l'lElil0l1 was organized For those girls iutorestoil
in sports. Anothor purpose of the vluh was to promoto lwttor sportsuiziusliip
and good health zuuong the girls. Most of the girls ran play an i-Xvellviit
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l'ros.l. IJ. Kiddile iPres.7. H. LeCouvre QSec.J. A. Bongiorni, K. Bovziliuo. R. Pzuu-imi. Miss G14-nn.
Third RowfMiss CI'UiliSl'l2l!lk. J. Linn. L. .Int-kson. G. Hamilton. lt. Tomich, I'. XXX-sllziiw, A.
Martinez. A. Hayden. 0. Fernimriez, E. Petrus. Fourth Row-S. Pappas, R. Friday. .I. Gillwrl,
L. .Iz1ckson. H. Kopucz. F. Yukevich, Zuzul, L. Strongosky, E. Strongosky, Miss Scott. Not
Pictured-R. Babyzlk, M. Beard.
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'alt is the season now to go
About the country high and low
Among the lilavs hand in hand
And two hy two in fairy land.
Tho' hrooding hoy and sighing maid
WVholly fain and half afraid
Now meet along the llElZ0lld brook
To pass and linger, pause and lookf
--H. li. Stevenson
16-Wood and Rag Marionettes.
17-"It's a Great Day for the Irish."
21-' ' Chimes of Spring. "
1--"Fools Rush In. "
6-7-We join the "Easter Parade."
14--Junior Play, "Don't Take My Penny."
4-Don Bolt lectures.
5-Penn State Scholarship Exams.
17-18-Seniors struggle through their finals.
19-Junior Senior Prom.
22-23--"Do I Worry?" say the underclassmen as they take their finals
25--"At Lasti' we win our diplomas,
And "After the Ball Is Over,"
26-"We come t0 the end of a Perfect Day."
N September 7, 1943, the Class of '44 returned for their final year. The
boys ami girls were still talking about the Junior Prom they had attend-
ed last year. The prom was held May 28, 1943, and music was furnished by
Stan Vinton and his orchestra. The students had Worked hard on decorating
the Gym as the IT. S. S. Union.
After a week of school the class organized and elected the following of-
ficers: President, Ruth Fridayg Vice-president, Pete Gobleekg and Secretary-
Treasurer, Wardie Joseph. One of the first things the students did as a
class was to choose a class project. The Seniors have always sold candy at
noon and at the football games and have conducted magazine campaigns to
make money t'or their class project. Our class bought a eyelorama for the
The members of the ull" Staf were chosen very early this year and got
to work as soon as possible. They held the sales campaign early in the
year so that the "ll" could be published sooner. On October 3, 4, the Sen-
iors had their pictures taken. All Seniors were dressed up for that occasion.
The Ili-Lite, this year, is an all-girl staff. The journalism class takes care of
publishing the paper. We think this Ili-Lite is the best and neatest that
has been published by any journalism class so far.
Un Decrmber 17, 19431 the class presented the anuual Senior play, "Thumbs
Vp," under the direction of Miss Cruikshank. The cyclorama was installed
and used during our play. A formal presentation of the cyclorama to the
school was made by liuth Friday, president. Joh11 Melton, President of the
Student Council, accepted the cyclorama on behalf of the student body.
When the New Year came in it brought a lot of ideas for the class to
think of and to do. One of tl1e first things the class did this year was to
choose their commencement invitations. 011 the 19th of January the Seniors
held the class party. Because the party was for the boys that were enter-
ing the service from our class, it was held in style. The music was furnish-
ed by lflddie Collins and his orchestra- Everybody enjoyed the dancing, re-
freshments, and the vocalixing of some of the boys and girls of our class.
The draft hit our class hard taking efght of our Senior boys into the
service of our country just at the beginning of our second semester. Alex
Yandrich, -lim liertolotti, Andy lialoga, Bill Diamond, Pete Gobleck, Joe
Roman, Til Stura, and Mike Ilayden. We are proud to be so well represented
by these boys.
Spring! Spring! Beau-
tiful Spring-Seniors run
hither and thither and are
excited and busy people.
They must make plans for
their pageant and gradua-
tion . . . Final exams must
be met and passed-Or
else. . . Name cards must
be writttn and exchanged
...The H U" must be auto-
g ra p b e d . . . Those last
walks up Highland Ave-
nue must be taken . ..
Ilere ami there and every-
where are groups of Sen-
iors discussing at great
length their plans for the
coming sumnler and the
future. . . But the climax
of the Spring activities is
we bid Union a fond fare-
Oldo:k, Nellie Nicki
A, Lawyer C. Commercial
Never found was such a lass
Except in Union's '44 Class
As an attorney she'll surely
Crllley, Jack Jackson
A. Metalurgist C. Academic
Other schools attended: Pa.,
N. Y., VV. Va., Ohio, Fla.
Hi-Y 3-43 Basketball 1-2-3-43
Baseball 1-23 Class play 3.
Jack and Betty are a team
Together they are always seen
They never think of being mean.
Buxton, Frances Lee Bubba
A. Housewife C. Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-43 Home Ec. 2-21-
43 Biology 2-ii: G. A. A. I-4-4
4V.P.J3 Library 25 tTreas.b -43
Band 2-Il-43 Orchestra 33 Chorus
Bubba is always trim and neat
And is a friend of all she meets,
Everyone, she is ready to greet.
Gobleck, Peter Gabriel
A .Radio Operator C. Com-
"U" Staff 43 Band 1-2-33 Class
oflicer 2 LSec.j3 4 LV.P.J.
Radio fan is Pete
Photography also he loves
His ambition he'll complete
For his I. Q. is well above
Rnger, Irene Renie
A, Success in business A. Beautician C. Commercial
Home lllc. 2. Other schools: So. Fayette
Alice isn't a. hill
But she has a high ambition
May you be a success, Al
In your work as a beautician.
Her freckles and titan hair
Shes a peach in any kind of
Hill, Alice Al
Hamill, Betty lloodle
A. Nurse C. Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4 lV.i'.J3 Biology
C23 Class plays Il-4.
Betty is the quiz kid of our class
And on her skates she's quite
Very high is her mentality.
Betty has loads of personality.
Horovitz, Joseph Cosmw
A. Naval Air Corps C, Aca-
Other schools attended: Miami
Aeronautics 33 "lf" Staff -13
Class play 43 Class officer 1
Joe-'s hair is short and curly
His shoulders big and burly
But ready for work and fun
He'll win a place in the sun
Kopacz, Helen Helen
A. Secretary C. Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Home EC. 2-Z4-4
iTreas,J3 Library Il-4 1Sec.J3
Commercial 3-4: Hi-Lite Staff
45 "U" Staff 4
She always smiles, her laugh
W hen she's around we're never
WVe think she's swell and you
Take our advice and meet her
Dunkovich, Helen Dolly
A. Beautician C. Commercial
Heh-n's got a good start
In realizing her goal
Her neatness and politeness
Mean good business, three fold
L'nn, Janice Janey
stewart' James A. l'hysiu:1l ecluuation team-lier
Y U ' 1
A. t'liii'upi'ut-tux' C. A1'2llll'Il1llf L" Auldenug
Another lmy lhnt's rl-:lily pzrzind l"'lll'l 3""'l' L" A' A'
Always rt-:lily tu lm-nil at haind
ll' ilu-ro is work to ln- dum-, he
clues hls hit
A high plzuw in life- .Iini's surm-
lli-Lite Stuff 4: Clwrus 1-L:
Spanish Club 4.
-llllllfk' is :tn artist of our ulziss,
NYith high honors she'll pass,
For she is also :in 2lllI'Zll'llV0
Pugl1, George Barnie
. A. Football Coiufli
R ll , D th ll 1
'dd e Oro y U C. Cmmnc-rCi:il
NS -'-t:- 111' ---'ll
I UU My mmmlul Ili-Y 43 Crrnnnerciul 211 Cheer-
1-ri-Hi-'f 1-3.3-4 fTr0,,g,5: Bi- lender I-3: Football 3--lg Chorus
ulogy 2-Ili i'mliiin-i'c'i:ll -ll G. A. 2,3 lllilss Uffllwl' 1 fpres-,Z Stamif
A 2-Ji-4 4l'rns.Jg l,iln'ury Z!--lg flubl-1.
lli-Litv Stal? 41 Slut? 43 , I
mugs may 554- A kind. vemsialcrztte and engag-
'mt is lik'-fl hy :ln Nm. ,.,,.,.tg Clive' L-very :lution all that he
Anil hi-r plvusnlil smilt- is llzird ,hull Q I ,
t,,1,w,t- Nut 1-:tsily IIlt'lllll'Ll to each ne-v.
lla-'ll allways lw liuliliy :ind nevi-r
Fullum, Edward Junior Williams, Betty Betty
A. Avlaitur C. Gt-in-rzil A. Join VVQIVOS C. C0lT1ITl8l'L'iE'.l
Hur lid is known for his man- She-'s not mo short.
ni-rs, Slit-'s not very tztll,
xVlll'l'l' '1-rv he gm-s hr-'ll win Shes at friend right through
lmnnt-rs. To lille and all.
Sprando, Bernadine Buttzt Brown, Betty Bube Skoff, Louise Louise Matalik, George Poonie
A. Nurse C. Academic A. Cadet Nurse A. Nurse C. General Division:
C, Cummoruiztl Met-hanized Cavalry,
Ill-Lite Stall? -4. Spanish 4. Fort Riley, Kansas
Quia-1 and retiring, Home Ec. 23 Hi-Lite Staff 4,
'l'o be at nurse shi- is aspiring. Chorus 3. Louise is both sweet and fair Drafted November 1, 1943
Her patients will find rest She's always good and kind,
Bi-cause she'll do her best. Betty is calm and collected, And if you want someone
A girl who is nice and re- quite nice
spected, Keep Louise in your mind.
Of her much is expected.
. W .
Atherton, Frank Frank
A. Travel and be a success 1
Hi-Y 2-3-43 Biology 2-Zig Foot-
ball 1-2-3 fMgrJ.
Frank is happy-go-lucky,
And thinks everything is ducky.
Wos, La Verne Vernie
A. To be a success
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Home Ec. 2
CTreas.J-3-45 Library 3--lQPres.3,
Commercial 3-45 Hi-Lite Staff
45 "U" Staff 4.
A leader in work
A leader in play,
A pai never-the-less
In every way.
Diamond, Harry Gig Vranges, Mary Mary
A. Join Air Corps C. General A. Commercial Teacher
Harry is quiet and shy,
All he wants to do is fly.
WVe hope he soon gets into the
Far and wide she'll go,
To some unknown land
Friends and ne'er a foel
Will be her lot at hand.
Freville, Rene R. Sonny
A. Join Coast Guard
Rene is very handsome,
He's busy all the While,
But he never is too busy,
To cast a pleasant smile.
Trosky, Sonia Sonia
A. Secretary C. Commercial
Schools attended: VVaynesboro
Senior High School.
Sonia is tasty and neat:
And in a, stenographefs seat,
Her boss she will please
For her Work she does seize.
M tinez argu
A, - , , ial
Hi- 1 r ial -l
Sec. ' i- i X
N r i - l' , '
ho 1ls f 1 g v
A 0 is W o
'l an so day.
OUT l"tl EWU
Matalik, Charles Chick
A. Join Army C. General
Football 2-C!-43 Baseball 2.
WVit and good looks has he,
A success he's sure to be,
VVithout. the slightest bit of
Fame and fortune will search
Le Couvre, Rose Marie Ro
A. Air Hostess C. Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2-Q:--ig Biology 2-Zig
G. A. A. 2-:s-4 rseemg Hi-Lite
Staff 4: "U" Staff 4.
Her ambition is high.
Soon she'll be trying,
With never a sigh,
Her wings in flying,
Boles, Violet Lou Vi
A. F.B.I. worker or actress
Uusually known only as "Vi"
She wants to be an actress or
a part of the F. B. I.
Gobleck, Dominick Mickey
A. Army Air Corps t'. Aczuleiniu
Mic-lu-y is 1-ll-vcr :ind during.
Soon hi-'ll ln- ilyinir.
llls zimlxition Io uttziin
ln :L I'-47 plzuw.
McConaughey, Dolores hoc
A. B1-uuiivizm l'. Gem-rfil
Trl-Hi-'Y 2-3-42 Biology Z4--lg
"U" Stuff 41 lil-Lite Staff 4.
She's il Miss from t'lwrl'y Valley
Her friends :ill will hz-1' lloe,
Her words :irc always frim-nclly
And shc's always on the go.
Durain, Joseph Joe
A. Aviator C. Ge-nerzil
Just ii kid named "Joe"
In in plum- hc will go
To homh the .Ialps at Tokyo,
Hamilton, Gertrude Gertie Lou
A. Secretzwy C. General
Tri-Hi-Y 2-fi--IQ Biology 2-Iii
Librziry 45 Hi-Lite Stuff -1.
Ge-rtiz-'s heart is with 21 sailor
XVho she hopes will nt-ver fziil
Shy-'syso friendly and peppy
W1-'re sure happiness will not
Harper, Robert Bob
A. Lawyer C. Academic
Agriculture 243--lg Spanish 4.
Our Bob is 21 render
Wifre sure hc'll be Z1 leader:
May the time not be fur
Until he is before the Senate
Bovallna, Rose Rosie
A. Secretary C. Commercial
Commercial 3--lg Camera Club 2,
G. A. A. 4.
liosie's always ready to dance,
We can see that at a glance.
She is full of pep and fun
And is ri favorite with everyone.
McGraw, Margaret Marg Keif , Jane Q Keif Koethe, Hele Billie DeLuca, Sam Sam
A. Doctor C. Gcncrul A e r az, S,,,Q6inmercizil A.Arin6,1zlgsvse .B,'Ac-zideniic A. Join Navy C. General
"U" Stuff 4: Ill-Lite Stuff 4: Chorus'i4- . ClioruSx"-fi-Hlgiil Sami wants to join the Navy.
Chorus Ji. 5 NR We hope he is successful
June ai. sec dtary will be He uncertain to pro- And the work is not heavy,
To the quiet girl from Slovan, It is not hard to see nce i But it proves very restful.
Who always has 21 song on
YVL- wish her happiness as a
And hope her knife never
For she is dainty as can be. K st how is problematical,
e are happy to announce
That "Billie" is more practi-
Pappas, Tony Peanuts
A. Air Corps C. General
Hi-Y 2-3-43 Biology 2-33 Foot-
ball 2-3-43 Baseball 23 Chorus 33
Class Officer 13 Baslietball 2.
A handsome lad with a pleasant
W'ho likes his clothes in the lat-
He feels that everything has its
So, with Tony's name we Fill
Gilbert Jean Jean
A. Newspaper reporter
Tri-Hi-Y 2-Il-43 Biology 2-33
Commercial 3-43 Hi-Lite Stafi
43 "U" Staff 43 Band 1-2-3-43
Class Plays 3-43 G. A. A. 4.
Our Jean is just a little mite
But all her friends think shes
Kandray, William Bill
A. Brakeman on P. R. R.
Bill has selected his line
In plenty of time,
The Pennsy will be glad
To have such a lad.
Mendez, Christine Chris Mena, Victor Vic Seyda, Theresa Sadie
A. Private Secretary
A. Radio or Defense XVork A. Join Air Corps C. Academic C. Commercial
C. Commercial Spanish 4. Tri-Hi-Y 43 Cheerleader 2-3-
Spanish 43 Stamp 1-2. 43 Home Ec. 2-3-43 G. A. A.
Our friend Vic is always 43 Library 3-4 QSec.J3 Com-
A quiet and studious lass The clown of his class. mercialii-43 "U" Staff 43 Class
Is Christine, the poet of our And jokes he is always play 4.
class. Ready to pass.
This pretty Langeloth blond
Can really take shorthand3
Of this we are very certain,
A fine job she will land.
Garcia, Josephine Josie
A. Teacher C. Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-43 Home EC. 2-3-
43 Biology 2-33 G. A. A. 3-43
Library 3-43 Hi-Lite Staff 43
"U" Staff -13 Band 2-3-43 En-
semble 43 Chorus 2-33 Class
plays 3-43 Class Officer 3 fSec.J.
Josie is always gay and carefree
And has a smile which is a
Her clothes are always a de-
light to see
In fact she's one who is hard
Lynch, Raymond Ray
A. Pilot or Engineer
Hi-Y 2-Il-4 fSec.l.
He's one who never seems to
Nor does he ever hurry:
His mind is seldom on his work.
And he never seems to worry.
Yukevich, Frances Francie
A. Nurse C. Academic
G. A. A. 43 Library 3-43
Her smile is ever charming
Her manner ever gay3
She'll surely be remembered
For many and many a day.
Yanni, Patsy Patsy
A. Professional Baseball Player
Hi-Y 2-43 Football 1-2-3-4:
Baseball 1-2: Class Officer Z:
QPres.J - 3 qPres.J.
Baseball and football
Two loves of this lad,
An all-around boy in all
Things the school had.
Ratkovich, Frank Frank
A. 'l'o ln- Slivut-ssful and happy
'l'h1- vlass will low- and vlit-rish
Htvaust- ol' his tlt-1.711-1-sg
ll:-'ll havi- the-m all, Uh yt-s ht-
U- ' '
liom li. A. s to l'h. lls.
Rowland. Gloria Squirt
A. H1-antlrtan t'. th-ne-ral
lll-l.itv Staff -l.
ll:-r nivknamt- is Squirt.
llut sh:-'ra no ilirt:
llw-1' :nrt will airl in hor Jllllllltlllll
'l'o ln' a famous ln-antit-ian.
Arnold, Robert Charles Whitvy
A. t'ix'il l'IngEm-or V. th-i1vt'al
S-howls Att:-nah-tl: In-op l'rl-4-k.
Ya.g XVost lflnrl. Ala.: tlramiw-
lfoothnll 2-42 liaskt-thall Z!-Z,
VVhit4-y is a nt-w vonior
To our rlass .lf '4-l:
A 1-wil 1'lH.flllt'4'l' ln- hola-s to lr--.
YV1- think he-'ll gt-t what ho
Friday, Ruth Iiuthiv
A. Newspaper Reporter
Tri-Hi-Y I-2 tVic -l"Ls.l: Ii-sl
tl'rQ-s.l 3. A. . " '- : Library
I:-43 -Lite ' "lf" Staff
-if 1 " . - 3 Clmrus 1-2-Sig
Ula. ays Zi-43 Clas Uffic r'
1 thi-1-J. Il vc-l'I'es. .7
liuthil- ' a ,s rcady t do
Shi- also has hot' sharo of brains
This young lady is always on
And has nlonty of timv to loat'
Gonzalez, Joe Pin
A. lf'ot'1-sl St'l'YlL'v l'. GOIt0l':tl
lli-Y 4: l'lwz-rleath-r 21 Basket-
lmll l--1' StatT 45 Spanish -l.
Ht-'s known as l'in
To all his frivndsg
And he has humor
That nt-ver ends.
Arguelles. Mary Haha
X. S1l'l'll1Ll'j' l mm:-t' ial
'l'ri-lli- ' 3 t'ommf-rt'ial it-t
t!'rv4.l: l i-l.itt- Stall' ' "lf
Staff -l. .
llaugliin 'le ndly Baba.
l'Im-rgvtiv an full ot' yme-s1
l'rt-sith-nt of thu Co mt-rvial
She- knit it avtivv at all time-s.
Vettori. Mary Mary Stura, Attilio Til Joseph. Wardie VVardie
A A Success. C. Academit'
A. Nurses ti At-arh-niic A. Army Air Corps
C. Gen:-ral Tri-I'li-Y 4: Home ICC. 2-Il
Hur liaplny-i.:o-lut'ky Mary lX'it-Q--I'!'vs.J. 4 il'l'0s.JI Li-
.Iu-Jt sits and lauizlis and talks: Basketball I-2-It-4. brary Il--lg "LT" Staff 43 Class
VVithont hor, 4-lass would ln- Utficefrs il l'l'reas.J, -I tSec'-
quitl- dull 'Til is our basketball star Tri-as.Jg Spanish -1 QPres.J.
She-s suvh a t-harming.: vhat-
In tho Army he'll go far:
Now matter how far he may Hvzutty and charmi-
Yr one can nom uete
. , . . , - 1 3
NVQ- will always welcome him Always ready to lend a hand,
honn-. Slnfs the sweetest of the
Bertolotti. James Bt-rt
A. To find a job with no work
:md good pay.
l-'oothall 2-Il-4 Qt'o-Uaptainl.
Jim. our foothall star
XVants no work but gond pay:
VVm-'ro surv he'll go far,
But that's loafing tht-y say.
. J -
Pakisz, Rosanne Sophie
A. A successful single-then
Black hair and dark eyes
Are traits of this charming
A smile in each dark eye
And on each hair a curl.
K L, xfuo I ' II, .
ci, A ,. . i
caseeiiino, William Bm J I U 'D
Bongiorni, Amelia Bunny
A. Air Corps C. General
A. Radio Operator C. General
Hi-Y 2-3-4 CPres.J: Biology 2
qTreas.J, 35 Band 1-Z2-3, Orches- G A A. 4.
Billy is our sweater boy
Oft to McDonald he goes,
To see Margie, his joy
VVho relieves him of his woes.
Tarr, Hilda Hilda
A. A Success. C. Academic
Hi-Lite Staff -13 Chorus ZZ.
Her grades are good, her work
Yet she has a lot of fung
She is nice with personality plus
"She rates high" say all of us.
Hayden, Mike Mike
A. Truck Driver C. General
Yct serious at the right timeg
Union will never forget
This boy-true and fine.
Her nickname is Bunny,
Her disposition is sunny
And although miniature,
Shea a pal for sure.
Scott, Denny Speed
A. Radio Technician
Hi-Y 2-3-43 Mathematics Ii.
He's always very silent,
He never makes a noise,
His temper's never violent.
Hes tops among the boys..
Kirsch, Nancy Mae Mae
A. Secretary C. General
Tri-Hi-Y 1-2-Il-4, Biology 2-Ii,
From Langeloth comes our
friendly senior Nancy Mae,
VVS-'re sure happiness will al-
Sokolowski, Josephine Josie
A. Secretary C. Commercial
More letters in her name she
Than any other lass in our
Quiet and composed is she
No doubt a good secretary
she will be.
ways come her way.
Zilich, Rose Ro Nicoleto, Margaret Nicki-9
A. Stenographer C. Com- A. Secretary C. Commercial
Home Ee, 3, Niekie is kindly and thoughtful,
Her friendship freely bestowsg
Rose is always pleasant and Her success is not doubtful,
happy, Nvhere ever she goes.
A maiden bright and gay,
VVho chases shadows far
"Hur1'ah! for Rosie," we say.
Kremel, Elmer S rnnv
A. lllvlslnn l', Gt-iiewl
lbr:1l'I1-rl- NlIVl'llllll'I' -l, lil-IIC,
Jackson, Luc'lle Twinln-y
A. llislnry 'l'i-:win-1' U, .Xwilh-11114,
'l'i'l-Ill-Y I-2 ll'l'1-SJ. Il-43 Iii-
ulnfgy 2-ZZ: Llhrziry 35--lg Hi-Lite
Stuff -lg "l"' Stiili' -l: Spanish -l.
l'e-rsnnzllity plus, and Nl'l!lllilll1
llzis our 4-lass ln-lpi-rg
Shi-'s 4-lizirinimr :ind gay
.Uwuys tlwrl- when you nl-ed gi
Baloga, Andrew Andy
A. 'l'ri lit- .L Slil2l'l'hS in lifv.
Anrly's :unbitiun is lu lu- si sul--
Vli- hum- ht- will allways ln-
XVilh thi- riglit wrt uf things,
Alwl pi-rhnps hi- will sit wi'h
Ceresa, Viola V1
A. To be happy C. i'mmnerc'i:1i
Tri-Hi-Y 1-2-3--15 Library 4:
Commercial 3-4 LV. P1'es.J1
Vi is allways efficient and sweet.
XVith happiness we are sure
Mehalic, Harry Hzwrv
.X, lie at Millionztire U, Avzuloinii'
Il--'s :ilwnys laughingz1ndjnkin':
!li4 vnim- is always guy:
Yuu'll ni-ver lind him inuping
llis success will 'mimic svnu- day.
Jacks , Louise iff fglniisqif,
3:1l11ll.J'4,f l'I'I't'llS-Q!! 48'-1-.jf 'lli
Ili-Y yz4.Lz,4,g4,Biu.Luc.x1 C131 G.
A. A. 4: 1'Ull1Il1Q'l'Ul2ll R-41 H1-
Litt- Stuff 45 Claim' Officer'
l l'l'rens.J. 41,4 ,tfigff
lumise-'s 2Ulfllll'0I'S are many.
As Pl slmter she's as guna as
lll-r sunny smile and winning
l.ig'l1tt-n :ill our days.
Pradetto, Mary Mary Vallina, Alvera Toni Castner, Rita Rita
A. Si-cretairy U. i'mninex'cial A. Beziutiuizui C. General A. Naval Intelligence Operator
A llttlt- bil shy G. A. A. 1-21 French 35
And afraid tn sp:-uk: Chnrus 1. 'Fri-Hi-Y 2-il-4: Biology 1:-33
llut in wonderful gall Chorus 1-2-3--lg Class Plays
Wu-k aft:-r wel-lc, Alve-ru's :ambition 3--lg Ensemble' 4.
Is tn be at beautician,
Su .. . h- V , Y'
11155 ne wish her in her
Rita, calm with lots of poise,
Lover the girls hut Oh! the
Miller, Madaline Maddy
A. Telephone Operator
Mziddv nmy seem quiet
A shy and bushful one.
But don't let Maddy fool you,
She's really lots of fun.
Yandrich, Alex Al
A. Aviator C, General
Alex wants a pil0t's wings
XVe hope the hell of success
He will soon ring.
Willhoyte, Edith Edie
A, Secretary C. Commercial
Home lic. 3--lg Hi-Lite Staff 43
Chorus Jig Class Plays -lg Band
Pleasant and happy
1: our friend "Edie,"
A secretary she would he
But married we think she will
Orenchuk, Harry Harry
A. Successful Farmer C. General
VE- dfm't often hear from Harry
Anal wonder if he'll ever marry.
Spanogians, Mary Eggie
A. Home ICC. Teacher I
Mary's very studious and shy,
Her work shc'll do without a
Cowden, Wayne L. VVayne
A. Join Air Corps C. Academic
W'ayne is quiet and dependable
Kind and thoughtful, aways
In the Air Corps we're sure he's
To win acclaim in many ways.
Fer ndez, I Inf-Z
. 1 ' er C. Coniinercial
fl be z te ogra 1h '
Inezls a '
VVe 0 L. gets at she s
Tomlinson, Alma Theda Tate
A. S.lldier's XVife C. General
Tri-Hi-Y 1-2-Z5-43 Library 4.
Tate is cute and full of pep
She wants a soldier
So watch your step.
Beard, Maxine Max
A. Successful Designer
Cheerleader 2-3--lg Hi-Lite -lg
Chorus 213 Basketball 1.
A happy-gn-lucky girl is she
Free from cares she'll always
A good artist, we all know.
Raggi, Eleanor Rags
A. Secretary C, Commercial
Commercial 3 fTreas.j 4.
She never misses a chance
But give her some music
She always has time to dance.
And a designer wc'll like to
Rodriguez, Benny Penner
A, Loafer C. Academic
Penner has an ambition
He will probably meet
If he's living on easy street.
llnpliy-gn-lui-Icy is Mr. King,
llv :lm-sn'l 4'1ll'1' an thing:
HI' whnl tha- Ia-zu-ln-rs
llany will gm-I hy sums- way.
Caleffe. Richard M-'IN'
A4 Hi-4-gli Schiixljst 1'. Am-:uh-mia
Spanish 4 lyrl-an:-1.1.
Munyxgi Lzirl Inrlks nl hiin I4
,I :isk yuu, ls it luir,
, Fin' full- to vruwn an nil-rv lmy
With sin-h pr.-lly wavy huh".
C-vubcr. Helen 4"'l'li'iff
A, Nllrrn- t', 1'nnlnivl'i-i:iI
lll-li-n is :A lillli- miss
liul no I4-ss swl-vt In ln- ll'll4'Q
Luwk :uid sus-4-4-ss gnvs with he-r
Klhv-n slu- le-an-s ill-ur :lil
Hicks, James Edward liilflii
A Avmliml1':uIo-l 1'. Avzule-:nil
Lvlrln- s ps-rsunnlily l'ln sure w.ll
Eannace, Mary Rose Sis
A. l'x'iv.1tv Sl'L'l'0tZll'X
ll mn- liv. 2-2: gl'i-os.J. 4: Ufllll'
' im-1-i-ini 41 ni-1,n.- sum' 4.
l'vlisi-il zlnil l'l'i1-ndly is our Sis
ln sus-1-.-ss shv'll Ilt'Yt'l' miss.
Budash. Charles l1llfll'll"
A. To ho Il success C. Amlrlemig
Sin-h :L lzul is lulrd In find.
llis druln rmljurilip: will m-wi'
gn mil ni' mind.
. K'ng, Gladys liunnin
. A Nuwzllisl. V. t'mnim-rcizil
liunniv wnnts tu ln- il vm-zxlist.
,,Y,,,m1 ll In he-1' zunlntiun she- pi-Vslsls.
Y . . . . ,- .' ., .
wnl.l,m .i finuili. nn-u lift- 'mi """'-'W We 1' "HP """"'
NH, MMA And win Lum- Ihr hm' lmini-
Klng, Ray King Gomez, P Pansy Baloga, Stefanna
A. .luin Air l'm'ps A. lV.A.i'.S. U.
'I' . 1" -I ly ' miur, l'lnu'us Il.
li.inrl I. 1- hi i- n DIZ y,
'ill 1 iq- anqbilion, I'zltl'iolis' and luyall is
' I sv sonleduy.
A. Nu ..l'Ullll'llt'l'l'lilI
Whilv helping "Burk
Shel wants In join tho
lVhfl knows, she Illily
Nan Baumgarner, Alvlrda Butch
Gum-rail A. Nur:-c U. Gonvrzil
Ulln-I' Sm-lwuls alltvndvdt East
NY.A.C.s Chorus 4.
A sunnv smile and qilh-t clmrm,
tha At- Alvirdzl surf-ly has this:
Saw m-ver does any hurni.
We :uw all pleased with this
Diamond, Bill Bucky
A. To be a good sailor
Football 2-3--lg Basketball 1-2-
3-41 Baseball ZZ-3.
Buc Diamond our star athlete
Is ambitious to join, the fleet,
XVe hops- he'll never meet defeat
Kostelich, Rose Marie Rosy
A. Clerk C. General
Our Rosy is sporting a ring
And Johnny is her kingg
To have such beautiful hair
Heally isn't fair.
Kortyna. Edward Curt
A. Radio Operator.
Football 2-3--lg Baseball 2-Ii-L.
'Fhougli his nickname is Curt,
He is not a flirty
A typical sportsman is he
Happy and successful he will be.
Crumrine, Blanche Crumrnio
A, Successful housewife
Tri-Hi-Y Zi-4 tSeC.Jg Class
Crummie's ambition will be for
For she just wants to be a wife
Brimner, Wayne VVayno
A. Join Navy C. Academic
Drafted U. S. Navy Nov. 19425.
Hou hton, Charlotte Charlie
A. Secretary C. Commercial
Home lic. 3 4Pres.J. 4 lSet'J:
Commercial 3--13 Hi-Lite Staff -I
Cnorus Sig Class 1'lay -1.
To this cute friend
Vlfith a sunny smile
VVe wish something
That will be worthwhile.
Pauchmk Marie Marie S'rongowsky Lill an Strong Zuzul, Sylvia Sylv
A 'Secretary C Commercial A Old Maid C Commercial A. Lawyer C. Academic
Not too little A A G. A. A. 3-43 French 43 Class
Not too tall Officer 2 qVice-Presb.
Her friendship is desired Lil is -always there to aid
BV one and all And it is ilways said Sylv's work is correctly done,
She ll ne er be an old maid. And a lawyer she'll become.
Prebeg, Margaret Margie
A. Clerk C. General
Margie is quiet and never con-
Companionable and cooperative,
To help she never refused,
Roman, Joseph Jo.-
A. l'lldl'Cid1'd C. General
'l'his is our Joe:
Ha-'s not very slow:
Hut he's undeuldnd what to he,
Wt-'ll just have to wuit und see.
Anzlovar, Wanda Wanda
A. XV.A.lf.S. lf. Arzulcniic'
VV:tnrl:t ls friendly and nent,
ll:-r pills she's always ready to
Korody, Andy Crow
A. Vi-rtliie-ll l'uhlir Am-ountztnt
A lmppy-go-lucky boy is he
lf'ri-1- from cures in-'Il always lu-3
A good sport and we all know
H1 has mztny friends and "nary"
DeL.uca. Martha Mutt
A. Private Secretary
Home ldv. 2-Zi q'l'rvns.J. 4:
f'wn1rnei'c-lal Zi-4: Library -lg
Phtss Play 4.
Our :ftudious Senior is little
Sha-'ll never get into u rut:
Some-one true she ls sure to
WVho will think her in-st of
G. A. A. -ig Chorus
Lucille or Lou it
VVhen it comes
Vfith at machine and thread
'l'hru the land her fame will
Wass, Jam s Jimmy
.tbl , J
A. li 'mei ff MCI. General
'A f U xvfqwv-U
X ur i mie would be
'l'ho ' .all nd tiny is he.
He p :ins to run a t1'zu't:n', I see.
wh ho sfagfviidedz Harris-
f V of
Verbarfc, Evelyn Buhl-
A. Secretary C. C.lllilllk'l'Cl2li
Evelyn is unassuming.
Considerate, and obliging.
I-ler time with work consuming:
We wish her well in everything.
Zuccaro, Helen Helen
A. Clerk C. Commercial
Chorus 3-4: Spanish 4.
Mclver, Mary Virginia Gin
A. Secretary C. Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-43 Biology 2
Kind and helpful. a pretty 1Vice-l'res.7, JigCommerciz1l-I.
To he her friend is well worth This sweet Auburn "Miss"
while. XVhom her friends call Gin
She does her work from day If she keeps that smile upon
to day. her lips,
But still has plenty of time XVe know she'll always win.
Russell, Erma Jean Jackie
A. Professional Buyer
Tri-Ili-Y 1-2-Il--lg Chorus 3-5.
.I0'1n's friendliness and person-
Attrzxcts everyone in her lo-
Walagura, Harry Harry
A. Aviator C. General
He's not Very tall,
Hr-'s not very short.
But all in all.
He's 21 very grrmd spurt.
Stiak. Mary MHVY
A, Avintrix C. t'uinlnel't'iz1l
Being un avintrix
Can not he won by tricks.
But we are sure that Mary Stink
Is not afraid to try it.
'V 'CV4 I
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Lasobek S'eIla Qt ll- 'X
' K A k it , Swinble, Charles lfhuvk
A. Src'r'etzu'y or Nurse. , .
U. U0ll1!llPl'Cllll A- Plhlt C' Acadt'm'c
A nurse to Chem. up the boys. To Msn' his wings is Chucks
Urn seCrel:'r,' "th ts f ' 91 am lion , ,
yygatnvm. Swzuulr-imfgf '1,h?:5fQ,, l'l:.tnes and' theories he s study-
Ste a 11157.
May you have the best Of vvery- An. aeronautical position
thing, He ll surely win by flying.
U Durinzi, Marie Merty
Dumbovlch, Joe Yum
A. 'lhuvel for Adventure
A six foot frame
And eurly hair,
Tells you something about Joe
XVho's friendly and fair.
A. To major in Phy. Ed.
Home lic. 15-Cl--lg Commercial 4.
Twelve years of school
Proved Marie to be,
A girl who will go far
Just you wait and see.
Kovack, Anna Ani.
Even though we're growin
As the years go rolling by
I am sure we never will fo
Our days in Union High.
We try to make the best of them-
These days that pass us by
To study hard, to practice well-
What we are taught in Union High.
Vndeeided C. Commercial
She's always very silent
She never makes a noise,
Hcr temper's never violent
But she has plenty of joys.
g older Few of us will gain great fortune-
All of us w0n't reach our goal-
Some will have the satisfaction
Of a lesser, humbler role.
Hair that once was gold turns silver
Stars fall down from out the sky
But neither time nor tide 110r fortune
Changes what we think of Union High.
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LINN BRO .
Phone 542 Burgettstown
THINGS WE STILL HAVE IN STOCK
Asphalt, Builders Hardware, Building Paper,
Basement Columns, Insulation Board, Exterior
Plaster Board. Asbestos Board, Beaver Board.
Sheet Rock Board, Rock Lath, Doors, Frames
and Trim, Windows, Frames and Trim, Moulds
ings, Glass, Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe, Wall
Coping. Drain Tile, Plaster. Lime, Porch Rail,
Paints and Varnishes, Sand, Gravel and Ce-
ment, Porch Posts, Roofing Rolls, Shingles
and Roof Paint.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
TRIANGLE FOOD STORE
Phone Burg. 4741 Slovan, Pa.-
Of Compliments of
G. C. Murphy Co.
5 SL 10 Store
Merchandise to 55.00
OLD OAK INN
WEIRTON HEIGHTS, W. VA.
Tobacco SL Cigar Co.
Phone 575 Best Wishes
P. SL G. SUPER
P1 H W S' P Official Inspection
RALPH FILIPPONI M x
AND SCN PIIONL .assi ai.ovAN, PA.
ENJOY the cHARM of cLovER FARM UNM B"m"' Than The Rest'
But Good As The Best."
f JOE MONTEQUINS
Ice Cream Parlor
YOUR SCHOOL SEWING 31-101:
M. T. Novak
Pl B g 4601 Sl P
' 7 N -thM'nSt' t
S Ol ai lee
Compliments Compliments of
Auto Service Station
Old Postoffice Bldfz.
Burgettstown, Pa. Joffre, Pa.
17 J0hI1 Street
New York, N. Y.
Manufacturing specialty Jewelers
Glass rings and pins
Medals, cups, trophies and plaques
Complete Stage Equipment and Draperies
The Butte Laundry
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1944
Clothing And Shoe
Where Quality is
Only two places
to eat, here
Phone 2432 Main St
Wallpaper - Pamt
the lllIl'gt'll'Sl'0IVll, Pa. Phone bb7l
VISIT UUR 'N l-I W
1 b Compliments Compliments
Cu M -M
Sacks THE BETA
2'2 Dept. Store TRI HI Y
Wheat will you Ilave to offer?
lim-tti-1' truimfxl ol'l'i4-0 help Q Q
Duffs - Iron City
424 lluquesm- Way
Compliments C IT1Dlim9I1tS
Phillip joseph Store Zupan's Restaurant
Phone Burg. 2411 Slovan, Pa SLOVAN, PA.
Compliments of C0H1D1iIIl9HtS
Christy's Market Harden Clark, D.D.S.
Racroon, Pa. Phone 487' SLOVAN, PA.
L. H. Leopold Grocery
430 Main Street
JOFFRE, PENNSYLVANIA Ph 3531
F L N H Complimet of
, I o o Y C
Center Service "ET"""0"S
General Merchandise 1 O News store
J ff' P BURGETTSTOWN, PA.
B g ttstowz Pa
Helen's Beauty Shop Green Valley Cafe
Burg. 3401 Slovan, Pa. SLOVAN, PA.
Quality Home Dressed Meats
Phone 579 Slovan. P
Sanitary Barber Shop
Restaurant and Tourists Rooms
U. S. ROUTE 22
Two Good Places to Eat
Quick S91 Q Here and at Home
WHY YOU NEVER
ATE HERE BEFORE
10 MILES EAST FROM STUHENVILLE
IV2 NVEST FROM FLORENUE, PA.
Dial 4972 IIS
LEE ervlce tatlon
S ' S '
and Dancing every night till 12:00
U Ice Cream, Soft Drinks and Candy
Ffty th e
Three F riencls
Class of 1944
W. J. Whalen, Ir.
Senior Class '44
"1 'f ' ' tl l' to the
Xl l l P T
Ol tl 1944 U
C' l t
OUR S RV IC
Mrs. E, Bianchi gl S011
The Food Market
J. G. Gutierrez
L g 1 th P
of LEUNIS and
F R A N K TIRE SHOP
Pace Body SL Fender Co.
Complete Auto Rebuilding
GLASS INSTALLED PARKING FOR.
WHILE U WAIT PATRONS ONLY
QUALITY and SERVICE
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLEBURU
OF FINE FRATERNITY
AND CLASS JEWELRY
Y B If M
CHARLES M KLINGENSMITH
PHONE' BURC 506 507
The Home Economics
SALES and SERVICE
D 1 Bulg 3461
Bu gettstown, Pen a
SPANISH II of '44
MR. IYELIA, Sponsor
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Phone Burg. 570
Best 'Wishes to the
Class of l944 Compliments
Volunteer Dushan J. Nicksick
0 Gradlson Bus Go.
Union Lunch and
Ice Cream, Lulu-hes
Soft Drinks and Pit'
MEATS - - - GROCERIES
"Endeavo1'ing to Please Alll'
The Place Your l'ati-onago ls
M SL S Fashion
Dry Cleaning Co.
Bl' HGETTSTO WN, PA.
Main Plant: 3816-18 Main St.
HOLLIDAYS COVE, YV. VA.
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MOTTO: QUALITY 85 SERVICE
NVe Call For and Ds-liver
We Are Grateful to the Following Alumni
for Their Contribution to the 1944
VVm. R. Sausser
J. Albert Jackson
"Sheddy Bear" Winders
l'redad Cuervo Ilrazik
Sophie Monestarlo Slrgo
C. M. Ramirez
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Theodore Nlcksic, Jr.
1-lobert J. Medved
Mike Marcus ,
Marlo A. Gobleck
Louise Argenta. Jancart
Joe A. Wos
Eli D. Cavalier
Jeanette Mateslc Capozzoli
Betty Jane Russell
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