United High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Armagh, PA)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1945 volume:
Senior Class of East Wheatfield-Armagh High School
On the William Penn Highway Come and join in song together,
'Neath a sky of changeful hue Shout with might and main-
Stands our beloved high school- Our beloved Alma Mater,
Per to her be true! Sound its praise again,
join the chorus, sound its praises Here's to her whose name well ever
Over hill and dale: Cherish in our songg
Hail to thee, O, Armagh High School Honor, love, and true devotion
Hail to thee, All Hail! ' All to her belong.
LT. GEORGE L. HESS
WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1945, PROUDLY DEDICATE THIS
FIFTH EDITION OF THE "SI-IAMROCKH TO LT. GEORGE L.
HESS, KILLED IN ACTIONg TO THE FOUR BOYS FROM OUR
CLASS WHO ARE NOW SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCESQ
AND TO ALL THE BRAVE FIGHTING AMERICANS ALL OVER
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Herbert Altemus Sam Barelich Raymond Paul Robert Shank
THI2 SENIOR CLASS OF PAST XVHITATFIITLD-
ARMAGH HIGH SCHOOL PRPSFNTS THF
HSHAMROCK OF l9fii" XWITH 'I'Hl2 THEME
President Donald Grifiitlr
Vice President Frances Crespo
Secretary Millicent Mack
'Ifreasurer Aclmsa Meaglmer
CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOXVFR
Blue and Wlwitc' Red Rose
"The Prize is great, lwut the XY':1v iw hard."
Beatrice Cole Norma Dias Q5 years,
Martha Ludwig Duane Shearer
Kathryn Ludwig Grace Stewart
Harry Mack Robert Conrad
Eiwrsr R. Bourgmsn, Snpermiaig Pa-mi-1p.zl
East YVhcatfield Township and Armagh Borough Joint School Board
joseph Mulvihill, President
J. A. Krouse, Secretary
john Stephens, jr,
S. J. Lowther
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HERBERT ALTIMIIS. Roamri' BENNETT
Is otl to fly a plane
Across the slty's open lanes
DoIn't fret and cry
He'll return by and by,
The Sixth Key '45, Basketball '41-
He seems to be very shy
Although I wonder why
But when it comes to farming
He'll always get by.
F.F.A. '-ll-'45, Football '48, Var-,tty
'45, Varsity Klub '45, Army Au Club '45
Roucnrt BREHM WILLIAM CAMPBELL.
A fellow who is not very tall
To be heard is no trouble at all
For he tries the best he can
To act like a grown up man
F.F.A. Secretary l, Munag-r ol Base
ketball Team. '41-'42, ance Club
ALICIQ CLARK BEATRICE COLE
Has a heart for everything in She puts her heart into her work
school Which she likes most of all:
And always lives by the golden She's a very smart girl
rule, Though not very tall.
Girls' Chorus 4, Hilltop Review '44-
'45, Secretary ot Class '44, Dancing
Club 5, Shamrock '45, American
Passport '44, Senior Club '48
Opcretta '4Z. Student Coundl Z,
Chorus 4, President ot Class '44,
Band 4, Dance Club, Sham 'ock
'45, A, B. Club, American Pass-
po.t '14, Senior Club
Roisreitr CONRAD FRANCES CRESPO
ls quite a gentleman
With the cutest little grin:
He's a pal to one and all
And always takes it on the chin.
The Sixth Key '45, Senior Club '45,
A.B. Club, Dance Club
Proud Senorita of Spain
Has given us many happy mem-
We llliiy remember and look
back over again.
Vine President ul Class '45, The
Sixth Key '48, Chorus 4, Senior
Club '45, Student Council '45,
Hilltop Review '44-'45, President
ot Dance Club '45
A blue eyed blonde
Bashful as can be
A very good dairy man
We're sure he will be.
F,F.A. '-ll-'45, Basketball "4-4-'45,
Class Secretary '45, Varsity Club
NORMA DIAS DONALD GRIFFITH
Reminds one of lavendar and
And if she were gone
You would have a hard time
Finding someone to fill her
A very romantic fellow
With pretty curly hair
And when you call for him
He'll be there.
I, . American Passport '44, Class Treas-
p dee. 'miner-bil-44,, Igotball, Dance Cgtib,
HH P R , . .-H-,MI MI I Cl b .resi .ent ol i. ass' 45, ath ub
I'-itll, Dailikt-wClub, Chorusull u 45' bemor club 45
GLENN HUNT PAUL LAROSA
Although he's big and very A tall, dark and handsome man
strong, A friend to one and all:
The athletic type,
No matter if things go wrong
He's never been known to
F.F.A. '45, Football '41-'45, Basket-
ball '44-'45, Dance Club, Varsity
He's very sweet on all the girls
And always at your beck and
Basketball 2, Football 1, Student
Council '45, Shamrock '45, The
Sixth Key '45, Varsity Club 2,
Dancing Club, Senior Club '45,
Morale Builder ol Room ll, '45
When it comes to cars and girls
He likes fancy things,
And through his work he goes
As if he had a pair of wings.
llillrop Review '45, Student Council
'45, The Sixth Key '45, Dance Club
Wants to serve the public
By joining the red cross nurses
We are sure she will succeed
And help all those in need,
Band 1, American Passoprt '44, Hill-
wp Review '45, Shamrock '45,
Dante Club, A, B. Club
KA1'HRH'N Luuwio HARRH' MACK
Tall and blond
Quiet girl is she,
Yet always busy as a bee,
Hilltop Review '44-'45, Shamrock '45.
Dance Club 5
A brilliant lad of this class
Who's not very loud
But of him we are very proud.
Band 5, F,F.A. 5, Shamrock '45
TREVA NEFF Rosi5LLA OFMAN
ln the future we will .lee
What a line Wave she will be
And everyone can tell
She will serve very well.
Hansel and iirerel. 'I'he Sixth Key
'-H. Hilltop Review '44-'45, Band
MILLICEN1' MACK Ac5HsA MEAGHER
Has a hard time keeping track
Of all the things she has done
But one thing sure she always
Finishes anything once it is be'
Class Secretary '41 and '45, Hilltu
Review '45, Chorus 4, Senior Cluli
'45, Dance Club. Hamel and Gieael
A jolly pail to everyone.
Turns your work to fun,
Helps you in every way
And keeps you happy day by
The Sixth Key "H, Shmrnrock '-H,
Chorus 2. SeLrr:t.1ry of Dante Club
VH. Claim Treaxuzer '-li, Hilltop
HELEN MAHALIC RALPH Mc:GrNNrs
A singer wants to he
And if her goal is realized
She'll be easy on the eyes
As you can readily see.
Hansel and Gretel '-ll, American Paws-
port '4-l, Student Council '-H. Hill-
top Review '44-'45, Chorus 4.
Dance Club 2, Senior Club 445
Better known as judge:
A friend to one and all
And il its help you need
Be sure and give him ai call.
.-Kmeritxin Passport '-H, Cheerleardcrs
5, Senior Club "li, Dame Club 2,
Hilltop Review '-l-lf'-IS. 5li.1rT1roLl4
Ni. l'.F.A, l
A quiet little girl
Who works very hard
Even if it gets tough
Her smile she'll never discard.
Chorus Z, Hilltop Review '-H-'-F.
Math Club '-U, Dance Club
'M Ch-irus -L Senior Club '-Vt.
l.1RNliS'l' RAooNrssr ERMA SIMMONS
A tall and handsome man
Why the movies don't get him
ls more than we can understand.
Band l. Cheerleader 1, Football 2,
Basketball 5, Varsity Club Z, The
Sixth Ke' '45, Senior Club '45,
Dance Club, Hilltop Review '44-
'-LS, Mana er or Basketball l.
Morale Builder ot Room 11, '-45
The girl with the nimble feet
Whose appearance is always neat
Her golden hair and sweet smile
just can't be beat.
The Sixth Key '45, Chorus 4. Dance
Club Treasurer '44-'45, Math Club
'-13. Hilltop Review '44-'45
Roaisizr SHANK Ricrmnn Si-uusy
He's just an academic creature
With an athletic feature
Of him all say he's smart
And always there to do his part.
The Army Yank
Weiit marching off to war
But some day he'll be back
And then things will be like
before' Vnrsiry Club 2, Football Zv, Basket-
fr fr Har-rp
Dance Club, Cheerleader 1. Amer-
ican Passport '44, Morale Builder
DUANIE SHEARIER GRACE STEWART
Is always here Demure and sweet
And when you need him most Her friendship just can't be beat.
He's always at his post.
lidgor ol Hxltrga cgeigeixi
Band 5 President Studeni Council 'WHS 4' ' ' u .5' "ln"
r f. . ., - - Cl b 45, H:m'el .ind Cnetel 41.
-19. bhanuotk 48, Math Club, A. Dlunce Club, CTMS Pmnm
B. Club, The Sixth Key 45
A friendly girl is
Always on the gog
Happy as the day is long
Appealing to men -Oh, oh.
Ope.etta '42, Chorus -1,,Band 1, Sen-
ior Club '45, The Sixih Key '45,
Hilltop Review '-H-'43
MARY STUTSMAN MARLIN STUTSMAN
A lad interested in flying,
He will succeed we know,
If he does the best he can
To the top he will go.
Vice President ol Srudeni Council
'45-'44, American Passport '-H,
Track Team '44, Slmrnmik '45,
Band '42-'-H. Dance Club 5
A very charming maiden
And attractive to the men:
If you are ever gloomy
She will make you smile again,
Oper:-na '42, American Passport '44,
The Sixth Key '45, Senior Club
'45, Chorus 4, Hilltop Review '44-
AH, Shamrock Stall, '45, Dance
Class Will of 1945
We, the Senior Class of Armagh High School of the year 1945 A. D., being of sound mind and good
understanding laccording to our own opinionj do hereby ask you to listen to our last Will and Testzinient.
We wish you to receive from us the few gifts we have to receive from us the few gifts we have to bestow.
TO THE CLASS OF "l945l,f2" we wish to bequeath all the Senior privileges, mainly, occupy the best
seats in assembly, play hooky, set taeks, chew gum, and all other things which go with these.
S TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS we will the honor of giving a "magnificient" banquet for next year's
TO THE FRESHMAN CLASS we will the pleasure of initiating the new "Freshies.'
TO THE FACULTY, we wish to commend as many remembrances as possible so that they will think
of us in the future, all our test papers, senior themes, workbooks and most important of all, our report cards.
Blanche Coughenour and Virginia Trindle, Alice
Clark's excess weight.
Norman Palmer, Beatrice Cole's headaches of the
Earl Eisenhuth, Norma Dias's ability to study.
Dorothy McCullough, Erma Simmon's pretty
Ben Greene, Ascha Meagher's moron jokes.
Ann Balko, Helen Maholic's love for sailors.
Irene Simon, Grace Stewart's editorship of the
Melvin Kimes, Treva Neff's bashfulness.
Bill Ronchak, Martha Ludwig's artistic ability.
Martha Hutchison, Rosella Ofman's involuntary
Betty Wert, Millicent Mack's sweetness.
Margaret Bako, Dorothy Toman's ability to act.
Dorothy Varner, Frances Crespo's love for jewelry.
lane Troska, Mary Stutsman's love for shorthand.
Sam Mack, Kathryn Ludwig's good behavior.
Ed Sievers, Herbert Altemus's ability to dance.
Heth Jamison, Bob Bennett's shyness.
Bill Lowther, Roger Brehm's sense of humor.
Carl Fry, Bill Campbell's sweetness for a certain
Bill Labancz, Bob Conrad's ability to collect ads
for the yearbook.
Eleanor Paul, Ernest Ragonesi's black hair.
Ilene Altemus, Ralph McGinni.2's ability to lead.
Joe Rager, Donald GrilIith's curly hair,
Mike Huczko, Glenn l'Iunt's ability to set tacl:s.
Bill Young, Paul LaRosa's towering height.
Wayne Brown, George Lantzy's desire to read de-
Bill Howard, Harry Mack's musical talent.
Dwight Plowman, Bob Shank's military career.
,lim 'foman and Bill Mathews, Richard Shiley's
desire to join the Merchant Marine.
Bill Doyle, Duane Shearer's mathematical aptitude.
David Stinson, Marlin Stut:,man's love for blondes.
Did you go? Where? To the Grange Fair. The F. F. A. had a nice display.
Assembly. The boys received their letters for football and basketball.
What do you know! The first football game of the season. We won over Southfork 6-0.
5: Well, here we go again. Back to school.
20: That magazine man must have been here again.
43: Another game this time with Dale. The score 13fl3. Boy, are we getting good!
The ring man was here today.
30: Armagh plays Gallitzin. We won again. You didn't hear the score? Well it's 12f7.
2: Girls, comb your hair. Boys, fix your tie. The picture man is here.
6: Freshman and Sophomore Party. Did you have a good time?
7: We're doing fine. Won another game, score 27'0.
10: First issue of the "Hilltop Review."
13: Everyone has been seeing an Indian. That was "Chief Red Feather."
14: The football game with Nanty Glo was cancelled. Too bad.
16: What! No Dancing? Machine is being repaired.
18- First game that we lost. We played johnstown and I'm not telling the score.
19: Here's a movie "Men of Texas."
28: Another football game with Beaverdale 7 0 in favor of Armagh.
31: Did you enjoy yourself at the Halloween Party?
l: A new month, oh gee!
2: "When johnny Comes Marching Home" was a movie.
3: Bobo the magician. Good wasn't he? We won another game 39'0.
7: And we won another game 26-0.
l6'17: What's all the rush! Oh, the Senior play "The Sixth Key."
What are the Ag boys so happy about. Now, I know they are having a Skating Party.
20: Movie . . . "My Favorite Spy.'
23: Don't eat too mch on Thanksgiving Day.
31: Movie. . . "This Land is Minef
11: What a lovely snowstorm.
Yippee!! Are we happy! No school.
Christmas vacation begins. Hope you have a good time.
A new year. Did you make your New Year's resolutions. The saddest thing of all we have school today.
lsn't this weather grand. No school.
4: Another movie "It Ain't Hay." Continued on page 80
Junior Class of l94
FIRST ROW -james Toman, Leola McLaughlin, Bill Howard, Virginia Trindle, Bill Doyle, Betty Wert
Dwight Plowman, Gladys Mack, Mike Hutzcha
SECOND ROW Mary Lou McCachren, Heth jamison, Eleanor Paul, Sam Mack, Ilene Altemus, Rohert Mc
Cachren. Betty Ressler, Ed Severs, Martha Hutchison
THIRD ROW' Norman Palmer. Dorothy McCullough, Bill Ronihak, Irene Simon, Bill Lahancz, Ann Balko
George Stevens, janet Traska, Bill Young
FOURTH ROW Margaret Busany, Earl Eisenheith, Shirley Louis, Blair Shoup, Rose Geralami, joe Ruger
Blanche Coughneur, Cary Fry. Dorothy Varner
FIFTH ROW David Stinson, Margaret Baku, Mr. Oellig, Sponsor
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Mary Ann Stinson
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FIRST RUXV juli Grillilli, Charles Huezku. Bill Triuflkai, Nnrnui Hmlfinnn, Eddie Tmnun, Clyie Hunt Vina
XK'illiaiinx. l.i1lN llmvnrd, lnn Lee Kerry. Surah Helden
TSECIUNIE RHXX' lla-tty jenn Rmenlwrry. Nlnrjnrie Vvhdswnrtlw, Surah Ann XX'imdrlm!. Shirm Lane lreno.
Slmx-.. Stellar Mi-er. Verlu Mare Bennett. Betty Grillitli, Myrtle Fry
'l'HlRl3 RUXY llimlverl l711lci,mnier, Viulet Rudnik. lezmnine Carney. Eva Berezun-kv. Nawini Smile Mil rc.
ldnpetn, Marry june Harden. Mary Margaret BfklC'CI1, Nurnm Bracken. Mary Dulwil
Hlllllwlill RUXV Bnlw Luwtlier, lime Mary Marek. MllVQ12lFCI Slippy, Mary Ann Slin-mn. Nfary lun Mugur
R.,-i-ll.i Slnnelx. lvl Tmnlw, Ella ,learn fxlffllllli, lvlildred lvlufli, Violet IDYQIYIIIY.
lfll'TH RUXY Maynard Muthewa Clair Stilen. Bernard l:fLll1lil1I1.vV,llbCI'fMLl3HClIllLll1, Dr,fn.ild Brxelien Dxii L
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SPUNSUR Misx XX'urd
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Innnur Cgmulu, junk :Ku-rs, Hurry Trnndlu
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l:UllRTH ROW' Elcamvr' lk.lg1L'IA, Anna M110 Stewart, Elllllhl Bagley, Cvurgc MCcllllltlllQlll, Hcrlwxt lvlncli,
Dunnld C.nrncy, llurrwllxy Bnzlccvlclm, luyrc Urnlglmuur
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President , . lklgur Harding
Vim: President rhlgun BLISOIIY
Secretary . Lena Holuplcn
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Freedom from Want
Freedom from Fear
FIRST RUXX' Robert Crciswcll. George Trnska, Robert Alternux John Glovuk, Kenneth Nealer
SECOND ROW' Olive Muck, Eleanor Cuando. Muruhcllc Altelnus, Ruth DLIYIS
THIRD ROXX' jannw Plowlnun. Clliford Rudnik, Milford Ldlllhlllg, George Shoup
FOURTH ROXY xxvllllkllll Conrad, james Stxles. Richard Howard, Clanr Bracken. Wlxyne Tomb
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech
FIRST RUXV Blah Carney, Enldne Lee Deyarnun, George Slxppy. Pete Dubxl. George Bracken
SECOND RUNY Iuhn Ullman, Uxndu DcSahutinu. Ed McLaughlin. Eugene Lulvinez. ,luhn Ffellllillll
'l'HlRlJ ROW' Mxke Knapxc, Donald Shearer. Mallrice Trnslm, lohn Baku. Vvldter MCCIIIIIIIY. Dunald SYlll"4
FOllR'l'H ROXY Roy Paul, Floyd Rhamhaugh, Bob lvlccardren, Harry XxNvOOdI'l!1g, Ed Lowther. Eugene Dxclz
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Editor in Chief
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. Kathryn Ludwig
E ,. Alice Clark
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Ralph lh"lCfill1I1lS, Duane Shearer
. Miss Liggett
l:lR5T RUXY Kathryn Ludwig, Aclmsa lvleagher, Dorothy Tomun. Miss Liiiiictt, Beatrice Cult'
SECOND ROW' Norman Palmer, Richard Shiley, Ralph MQGIIIIIIS, lvlartha Ludwig. Harry Mack,
Marlin Stutsman. Duane Shearer
'XBSENT Alice Clark
Hilltop Review Staff
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Treva Neff, Norma Dias
Frances Crespo, Erma Simmons, Mary Stutsman
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American ass eff
"American Passport" was presented by the junior Class of 1944 at the school aud-
itorium on Thursday and Friday evenings, April 20 and 21, 1944, under the direction of
janet Ward. The play was a success.
Dorothy Toman had the lead in the play as Louella Hamilton, an American girl
of twelve with Donald Griffith playing as her father, Shirley Willianms as Mother, Sally
Maholic as an older sister, Richard Shiley as an older brother and Beatrice Cole as Aunt
Min, a very rich old lad wh "h l ' X'
y o e d the purse strings.
Some of the other characters were:
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Dorf! We alll look digniiied and grown upf'?
GRANGE FAIR EXHIBITS
Th c our future dairy iarmcrn. Dorft you think we wxll enjoy thclr pmductff,
F. F. A.
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the farmers of the tomorrow
yet tu come.
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-'ruxxn by um ll. F. A. buy...
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wcrc planning: nn nllicc jobs,
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A RELIABLE BUS SERVICE
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AT PRESENT SPECIALIZING IN FIRST CLASS SERVICE
HIGH GRADE USED CARS
355 Bedford Street
410 Main Street
Gharles Supply Go
C0mP'imCnfS of Thomas Flower Shop
lloover's Meal Markel Phone 77204
107-109 Franklin St.
DR. A. A. GUNLEY
202 PORCH BUILDING JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
CONGRATULATIONS, HONORED SENIORS
EXTEND SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ARMAGH
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS OF 1945, AND MAY
YOU ACHIEVE SIMILAR SUCCESS IN SEEKING A HIGHER
WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT THE
GLOSSER STORE ON ANY OF YOUR VISITS TO JOHNSTOXVN.
Compliments of Compliments of
Lesler Vanall 1-om Hogan
SEWARD PENNA. PHOTOGRAPHER
C0mP1imfHfS of NeiI's Beauly Salon
Harris Music Slore
Pianos - Band Instruments Specialize in
Musical Merchandise if
Special attention to
School Musical Requirements
211 Market Street
JOHNSTOWN PENNA. NEW FLORENCE, PENNA.
"CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS"
United Mine Workers
LOCAL UNION NO. 838
President O,,,A,.... C O,..,.... Dragick Svilar
Vice President i,,..V..,.... .. .......,. William Rudnik
Recording Secretary ..,..... r..rr... M ike Pillar
Financial Secretary .........re ..,.,.r. I ohn Torak
Treasurer ., ...... rrr.,,,,. . ,A Andrew Casper
Door Man ....,r Howard Lavis
B O L T Z -- - - PENNSYLVANIA
Suehman's Jewelry Slore
Jewelry and Watcll Repairing
910 Roberts Street
PauI's Smarl Shoes
547 Main Street
Beller Tires Sales G
251-253 Conemaugh St.
Hollzman - Jeweler
You can always do better at
Holtzman's Reliable Jewelers
Nationally Famous Wzrtclies
Easy Credit Terms
ll2 Market St.
THE SAVINGS AND TRUST GUMPANY
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
704 Philadelphia St.
Indiana, Pa. Murphy S
The Friendly Store
J. B. Gramer
Hardware, Tinning, Plumbing
Heating Indiana, Pennsylvania
Homer City, Pa.
L. 81 0. Feed Gompany
FLOUR - GRAIN - FEED
1 0 6
Rear Houk's Hotel
Ghio Ilal Shop
Levison's Dept. Slore
902 Chestnut Street
The Nanly-Glo Journal
Established Nov. 5, 1921
The most influential newspaper
covering the entire Blacklick
A Good Advertising Medium
Herman Sedloff, Printer
H. O. Eldridge, Editor
Joseph E. Cover
PORTRAIT INDIVIDUAL WEDDINGS
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF CLASS OF 1945
DIAL 68-252 504 MAIN STREET
JOHNSTOWN - - - PENNSYLVANIA
CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS
FLORAL DESIGNS VEGETABLE PLANTS
DILLTOWN - - - PENNSYLVANIA
INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE
Goes into nearly every home in Indiana County
Daily Circulation 11,638
843 Philadelphia Street Phones 500 - 501
0. E. Barkley
Genuine I. H. C. Repairs
422 South 15th St.
Cambria Equipment Go.
12 Iron Street
BUY YOUR DIAMONDS
Indiana Hardware Go.
Furniture - Sporting Goods
636 Philadelphia St.
NEW FLURENUE NATIUNAL BANK
NEW FLORENCE, PENNSYLVANIA
FARM SERVICE DIVISION
ohnstown - - -- - Pennsylvania
Imperial Coal Company
DIAMOND MINE NO. 2
BOLTZ ---- PENNSYLVANIA
B. F. Goodrich Slores
Tires - Tubes - Batteries
628 Philadelphia Street
Sl. Glair Pharmacy
Russell St. Clair, Prop.
NEW FLORENCE, PA.
George W. Shomo
Fresh Meats and
Phone Bolivar 3451
Hess Bros. Reslauranl
"Where People Meet to Eat"
Payments as low as 51,15 weekly
704 Phila. St. Phone 508fR
S. W. Ilewlings
New Florence, Pa.
CANADIAN FUR GUMPANY
Jones Furnilure 00.
Compliments of A "The Out of the Way -
Less to Pay" Store
1015-1025 Phila. St.
GENERAL STORE charles SUPPIY 00-
NEW FLORENCE, PA.
Blair uber Compliments of
LARGEST RADIO STORE
in Pennsylvania Har' Bl Daugherty
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Pposlte Curt Ouse Lumber and Builders' Supplies
Radios, Records, Appliances
Over 15,000 Records in stock
Over 1,100 Albums in stock
Expert Service at Low Cost
618 Phila. St. Phone 955
INDIANA, PENNA. INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA
ROBIN DALE, ---- PENNSYLVANIA
Weiser Music Go.
School of Music
"Everything for the Musician"
415 Main St. Phone 85-S21
Millenherger Flower Shop
ALL YOUR FLORAL NEEDS
118 Market Street
G. L. Ruff Gu.
111 Market St.
w H P H b The Johnslown
' ' u er augh Wholesale
Lealher 8 Shoe
Charles Dalley, Manager
Corner Wfitizliington X Franklin
HUTGIIIS N BUS LINES
BOLIVAR - JOHNSTOWN ARMAGH - JOHNSTOWN
HUTCHISON RESTAURANT A
A. Dick Hutchison, Prop.
546 Washington Street JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
"THE PRESTIGE QUALITY sToRE',
Main St. Phone
The Slyle Store
CURTAINS 8: YARD GOODS
71-235 505-507 Main Street
Radio Sales and Service
Member P. S. A.
l05VQ Clinton St.
607 Railroad St.
Beverly Furniture 0
WE BUY AND SELL
219 Bedford Street
Valley Prinling Go.
Printing -- Ruling - Binding
612 Railroad St.
The Time Shop
L. Ray Ream
Watch 8: Clock Repairing
258 Fairfleld Avenue
Thomas J. llpryle 81 Son
Franklin Sc Lincoln Sts.
Gales Glolhing Slore
for the entire family
Your charge account
is cordially invited
139 Clinton St.
H A R D W A R E
314-316 Broad St.
E. A. Schusler
jeweler - Engraver
First National! Bank
JOHNSTOWN, PEN NA.
Compliments of A
S K, Homer Gily
Bedford St. l l Q
Hogan's Delicious Ice Cream
OHNSTOWN, PA. ,
J Reymer's 84 Norris Candy
Shulton's Early American
for Prescriptions Filled as They
Men and Women Should Be
Boys and Girls
Real Estate Estimates Furnished
Phone 445 - 446
0. S. Klmkle
Lumber 84 Builders' Supplies
Devoe Paints Glass
Hardware and Millwork
HOMER CITY, PA
Complete Line for
Ladies, Men and Children
Anduson's Meat Market
Meats and Groceries
Specialty -- Poultry
9 W. Market Street
Enjoy a good movie always
at the MANOS
S. D. Slitfey 81 Sons
Hardware - Paints
42 W. Market Street
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
"The Friendly Store"
Q as your
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Frank H. Smiley
Ileasley Drug Go.
When in Blairsville, visit
THE REX-ALL STORE The Friendly Store
next Manos Theatre
112 E. Market St.
BLAIRSVILLE, PA. Blairsville, Penna.
BRUSHVALLEY TRADING GUMPANY
"A COUNTRY VARIETY STORE
SERVING RURAL AREAS BETTER"
Phone Homer City 234
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lillElNER'S FARM MMD ENRIGHED BREAD
Always Fresh at Your Grocers
W. T. Granl
38 E. Market St.
Blairsville Molor Go.
Chrysler and Plymouth Cars
2-15 Willllllf St.
E. 84 D. Frallura
165 E. Market St.
R. G. Gramer
Bergensleck 81 Ruffner
Hawkinson Tire Tread Service
1067-1075 Phila. Street
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Automotive - Life - Fire
Public Liability - Compensation
V. M. Hutchison, Local Agent
Willis 8 Henderson
Wayime Ave. Phone 61-j
"Say It With Flowers"
Barclay Hardware Go.
B. P. S. PAINTS
520 Philadelphia St.
"BE SMART-SEE ART"
Radio Repairs - Records
Penn Furnilure Go.
Four Great Stores
Indiana Johnstown Altoona
Goca-Gola Bollling Go
SKATE AT Compliments of
Mr. E. Hess
Skale - A - Way
Route 53 Agent' for
JOHNSTOWN PENNA. Prudential Insurance Co.
NEW FLURENGE LUMBER MILL
NEW FLORENCE, PA.
But High Prices
Seward Racket Slore
INDIANA - BLAIRSVILLE
john M. Miller, Manager
R. S. Wagner
NEW FLORENCE, PA.
Funeral and Ambulance
Telephone Bolivar 2565
Keep Up with the War News!
Keep Up with World .Happenings
Keep Up the Morale on the Home Front with the
- A Daily Newspaper -
"The 0bserver" l
209 Franklin Street
E. 0. Gramer
483 Dorothy Avenue
Dial 46 - 184
Complete Line of
GROCERIES, MEATS AND VEGETABLES
LUG tContinued from page 14,
5: First halskethatll game with Dale. l ust canlt seem to rememher the score. l know we lost.
9: Baskethall game with Richland. How sad we lost 49'27.
11: Moxie "Une Million B. C." Another haskethall game. Vvle lost 37-35.
12: And another game with Southmont. We lust again 26f17.
16: Another game with Wiliiitire as the winner. Don't study too hard to night. Midfterms tomorrow.
17'18: Boy, were those exams tough.
19: l wonder why everyone is smiling. Now. l rememher the exams are over. Another husy day. Game with
23: Another game with Bolivar.
26: Game with Blacklick.
1: Beginning ol a new month. Movie "Forever and a Day." Whitt grand weather. XVe went home early.
2. Ex'eryone's smiling. no school again.
5. Don't those Seniors do anything hut take snapshots? Are you asking me?
8. lntramural haskethall game.
9. Mr. Spencels Assembly.
14. juniors presented the Valentine Party. Hope you enjoyed yourself.
13: Basketball game with Richland. Score Armagh 11, Richland 18.
16: Movie "Flight for Freedom." The movie projector hroke.
18: Wle won a haskethall game with Southmont. Score, 1510.
Ill: Baskethall game with Vvlilmore. You ask the score. well, we lost.
22: Armagh vs. Beaverdale.
2: Senior Class sponsored a Skating Party.
5.: Did you see that Animal Show? Aren't animals smart?
9: Miss McLaughlin's Assemhly.
3: Cowhoy Phil visited Armagh.
1920: "High Pressure Homer" the play presented hy tfhe junior Class.
11: Senior Class presented an assemhly.
10: Baccalaureate Services.
24: Commencement Exercises.
29: Happy day of our life. Last Day school. Yippec!
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