Ursuline High School - Ursulinian Yearbook (Youngstown, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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X A A 'ffl XA" "f .fsiiwf F9 , Q " ' Q '4 fix gy , ' 'A 9 P1 Q, H2 A '25-Q . " x. N v f N. "W"--. Fi W ry' f -an -4-asv' quill gg a ... M! ' si Wgex. NVQ . .ww xv 6 EQ i 2 , x ,Y ii J fi. SR izfh xisly A xx A f Q if X . , LUMNUS IS Boys' SPIRITUAL nnzfcron Reverend of 1937, has been appointed Spiritual rec of the boys. His guidance will be that of friend and advisor. Father Malone will be available for con- sultation every Monday and Friday. Jim rlowley is u Christmas Play l The Christmas play to k ed this year by membe speech class is "Dust of t It is a heart-warming tale - ishing" tramp, Pofffayed Howley, who helps conver James W. Malone, Ursuline graduate d' t of ' b Father statef' ""'vW01'lil In addressing the OY51 ' . . ' , Q ig to stimulate you to enthusiastic int . . A 0 i of SIX ENTER UR 6 'S " elderly couple to the 1 News Vous nevea 75fKa Attend Fridc Mass And Commu A recent poll conducted NEWS, concerning' First Frid attendance, sh ows that tl' of every four students 1 Mass and received Holy Cor in their parish churches on Friday of December --. - . h - H -- , ' Qirtafffiaf SUUNE NOVITIATE 'M casionally dullflg 'S 9 Year ' of advice, a bit of friendly counsel! 6 James W. Malone I conclusion Father Malone stated tha B111 L . IC A ie out of every ... n . t Ursuline pe, have go ynch and as in favor of resuming 1 . ' h b 21 , 1 , img forward to knowing all t e 0yS 4 f Hon am, their shine back to B Pat M0 I devotions at Ursuline. ig -' to move into a larger' SPh?re. 0 ' to Weighp' the U. S Sostoll awaitiian The final tabulation sh It-,Junior g the guidance plan which Father Holdl known. anchor fm: I. 0?.egOn.Ci1ng-,lowing results. S' ' 'ir efforts to develop Cathol' F1-gm 1, I, fesflnagjon ny' Did you attend Mass a' ' Ct om0f ' lot of e 'able S0 mlommunion last first Friday i 1 Uss O es C Ped T Wee - f . f " Ov - fapi 5 and Y is No f'cel'S lRya?.1ed the Wife 'OUP 0ffice,:?fte1'. 3 f1n.fL.L.f1f:5z..u. . ' im f- Di' . leab S d - ' OD h . Ollts . lmfiqllni in Cub? Ji- HONOR' ROLl ' . 0 I I een spending A 6 Arg Outstandihg Clams MACH RELIGICSN y' he Si?Z?lZ?ifll0?.i2h?g.'lf.Zi'i f AMPUS S WIZ IDS foreggetting you guessing again vould like,t3gkjftEtroduce our 1as1 J. 'Kid to' 5755? She is Delores ly"'Lamb. ,' you hear gales of laughter com- iroznhome room 200 someday, 2. be too surprised. It will prob- be that pleasant personality St. Dominic's telling another er famous Irish jokes. lybe a slight description of ,her give-A you an irikling of who she hellis 5 foot, 7 inches tall, has Chair and twinkling blue eyes. though she is an A student in I subject, her favorites are rand assembly. l' her activities, however, are Ursuline wishes to voice her deep- est gratitude to the priests of the Youngstown diocese, who have so g9X191'OUSly offered their services in assisting Father Holdbrook and the Sisters with this year's religion at . U tl " 's ri, ian llllfhe 1 A B lilordivell .'1ze,,,,i1laDte,.Of Hgh ts "W i1:v.Defl1b Theytjli Natlbn OI' 0 .Golf DMCIS CPO ef Ervl. Clllde. 12130110 , classes. ' f--. ,X O W 11 . F 1. 1 The Rev. lfVilliam O'Neil of sU,-S iff rail, Ma 8' fllarysahders rahces Sociefy b .y Heart Parish will conduct clas lnlqn rYX7'I-,G 'Ewen ' Cath 'H-alhb 0831- ZOA' Rev Arthur DQCYHHQ Olllfatb '4Wara' me f. Bode e"f'1eR orsky S Columbas. 2O6iiARev. Robert Brent olic .ed 17311 I Mar ade I .V i Gel. gartner of St. Rose's, Girard, 303 Rev. Herbert Cook of St. Mary's, Mineral Ridge, 304, Rev, Robert Fannon of St. Nicholas, Struthers, 3005 Rev. George Hughes of St. Charles, Boardman, 7307: Rev, Jog- Ann's, 309g Rev, of St. Patrick's, Beldue of Immac- eph Feicht of St. Thomas McNally 3053 Rev. Thomas ulate Conception, 3105 Rev. Jarf' SEN IUA ahllg - -in es On October 14 the senior girls were guests of the nuns at the Log- an Avenue Convent. They saw many things of interest as they explored the grounds and buildingsg the delightful fall scenery, Q92 ing shrine of Our the medieval tovi Hennessy of St. Nicho nding steps. 201: Rev. Dog' C e girls discover Hogg, AY 'aresting and ei t we ' X5 . 'ying 0 gol- XX5 El- . mee thc oo enxflg bex- 231 Q46 he 0? Octo tea: A C00 at X wb 00 te elec . St 'Sei Ubfaw Ctiicers Wilayieii if gee - i Q96 X ' Q 0 eil ham' Lnuun nun. 'Ay' 5 or 01690 qv xowxn Margaf Gig, Xeaz SBK I es anyone kno 10 6,505 ,NN 0800Xe'5xCX idenhdenm Joangred Dugsugeri at mn S, iqmo ky" MeT1gue's i. ever Yfiwgiaooax Rexdxo 'CO prey 9,esi6enfgbio,,, trim airec Maile! emu ngratulations to 1 be OTE' 90500 bob 29, flbnef Vice Jack in QYOQY md si Kdfif, ig the highest gran 'Y 090-X ,Aceh ,695 ,ug 99 tafg' Keehii - he 5532, ahmlox e "Mamze1les" sho pnogseobei igioevh AQKSQY' alia Y COUYOY' ,don Oi 1 a thigh, V A r o . ' A ,. management by pu CXAoqetoOo99cz,YX9l0 la gsllg Y- Ma 19M ei? is Cie and vmtguolqizio D Dance over in 3 big an 96 30019 X-2066 xoolw Theiriatsi Clube Senior was exec kcllli .iii rduroy jackets as .styi 6655- bgiptivbgtjic 663, Rx and ,From fired Da? Ytxnkoi litem ul Finnerty, Pat Craven, D OQKSW 5300 tee-Bgwcst Staff ns, we 655 we Sky, Sec X- " , Mary Conroy and Sue H5 .505 YGQNX na' dwisw V The' Olsav astlfet' HV . X ,QW . wt eden' Loretta we res:- to be the current fashion 9' time 6095 pre .dent-' B CurYY' meg P ka I the Junior girls. C 6151-2' veg and Glenb oiiicefie pfesidliekf ilter- Bishop's latest desire elkqa. tafiidush ClliJD.hn33 VLNA Niaff-mn. scholastic. She spends her sum- -fas a councilor at camp., Here Lyviz kid excels in outdoor sports as swimming and horseback g. Her proficiency at these ld enable her to achieve her tion of becoming a physical ation teacher. Oatberl- E .LJQJXY ms, M anne .Kam 313,-A felyn Valentinoft HL 4 A's Whiz Kids rx rs-Jeanne Collins, Ann Hrichus, Jo 'Ar in Pallante, Barbara WJ . .. ...,,. .,.. . ,id Taflv h Stuff Membe Attend NSPA Mes Student delegates of thir states of the nation, nu: J,'700, attended the twe' convention of The National tic Press Association on Na 23 and 29 in Cleveland, Resumes Duties At Ursuline F ive "How do l feel about rc' Fine! l'm certainly glad to be Thus, Father Glenn W. Ilol Ursuline's beloved princip pressed his feelings upon ru ing his regular duties this fi having completed a ycarfs 5 Catholic University, in V-fasl D.C. wliore he iwrceivc-il a degree. 5 - SSW! S my hi... ' XSD' MQ, -ww 3 1 a,.g"3 J 'Q 5 Q A Q . , i ,.......... f h me , 4 QQLLif1TA-QQ 'fl N: 7: ' Qfff - V' qv 1 'S PKR X 1 ,EL A g, 5 . ii ma 4. wg - y . mg I 6 gg - -wt i ,V , f' E V. so w , 1 p u .. ' 9 , f 'WV' F V 0. .. v ,nf , k V 4 Xl x a V -- V ff A Q M SE - --h. . yn .zg .5 is T512 z ..,g, . Y 4, ..... - . L . . N ,E m wg , ASV M X Wx. N 8 . 'Y 0 gk 'Mais xx 23: N X wmggk ., Msivwxk if - wi m4g"gggf+g. R"'Qw A . D WN 'Q wi iii wg- 5550 w gl F an Q- 5 xx fo ' Q r'-1 F u 4 Qs awx .M-Ma va., Y K U' '35 A f X f S i x W ' A . X -I 3 M 5. L Q - 4 ' M Q is A W R' 'wx ' izizf P ,. Rf Qj.5v A i --if f - r W 3, K W' S Q x N 'N mm,w ., V, A 1. Q JA fif , B-A J 'gi ff. Q lit, . ff ., Holiness 7M X2 Z- Jfofder of Glzrinfiarz gdeazfs The world today is searching for a solution to the problem of world peace. Now, even as has -been the case so often in the past, the answer rests with our Holy Father. Let us hope and pray that world leaders will, at last, hear his admonitions and advice. In a recent encylical on the "Function of the State in the Modern World," Pope Pius XII calls on all nations to mold youth along truly Christian lines. He says: "What scandal is more permanently harmful to generation after generation than a formation of youth which is mis- directed towards a goal which alienated from Christ 'The Way and the Truth and the Life' and leads to open or hidden apostacy from Christ? That Christ from Whom they want to alienate the youthful generations of the pre- sent day and of the future is the same Christ Who has re- ceived from His Eternal Father all power in heaven and earth." The Catholic youth of the world are fortunate to have as spiritual leader a man dedicated to such high ideals. We see a true Christian, a real leader, and a man who repre- sents the principles of justice. It is for us, the leaders of tomorrow, to turn to a real peacemaker and discover in him the essentials of universal harmony. Page Eleven xampfe fo ouflz We can certainly count among our intimate friends His Excellency, Bishop James A. McFadden. His smiling greet- ing, words of encouragement, and his deep interest in our various school activities have brightened our lives. A man of deep religious convictions, his daily life exemplifies the virtues that he bids us practice. That a world at peace is one of the things nearest his heart is proven by his interest in prayers for this cause. Recently, he pleaded with the members of his diocese: "In a world crisis so serious and menacing we realize more fully than ever before the great need of earnest and devout prayer. The flood of evil and disaster which has come upon us through the desertion of Christ by a materialistic world can be stemmed only when men in their public and private lives return to Christ." Our association with you, dear Bishop, has been a most pleasant oneg something we will always treasure. We wish you many more enjoyable years as our spiritual director and leader here in the Diocese of Youngstown. Page Twelve His Excellency, The Most Reverend J. A. McFadden, S.T.D.. L.L.D Page 'Thirteen ,,:,,.r The Reverend W. Holbrook Principal ' ago Four! Q . lVl.A of Ursulinx ' L Hlgh School ofder of tyoufk A sense of justice, a deep personal interest in every student, and clever witticisms - these are just a few of the characteristics which we will remember of Father Holdbrook, our principal. His relations with the students are not limited to the classroom. Dramatics, athletics, clubs, have all profited by his interest and advice. In the short time we have known him, he has indeed, been a source of inspiration to us. That God may bless him and his work is our earnest prayer. Page Fifteen gfis Spirit gives O12 Over a period of a year and a half, we became well ac- quainted with and very much attached to Father Gallagher. He taught us religion during our freshman year and before many months had elapsed, We recognized in him the quali- ties of a real teacher and a true priest. Father Gallagher Was just, honest, and human. When he was taken from our midst, we experienced a real sense of loss. His Work here on earth as a molder of youth is finished. He was highly successful. God grant that more men pos- sessing the characteristics and qualities of Father Gallagher may assume the leadership of young people. Then, and only then, will our frenzied World return to a normal, peace- ful state. .Memoriaf .Mass -- Cn January 24, Bishop James A. McFadden celebrated a low ponti- tical Mass in memory of the second anniversary of Father Gallagher's death. The Mass was offered in the Ursuline auditorium and the entire student body attended. Page Sixteen The Reverend Joseph M. Gallagher Principal of Ursuline High School, 1938-1946 Page Seventeen ffllljlvflll g?TlI'lI ff!! Present in picture: The Reverend Thomas Beldue The Reverend Arthur DeCrane Immaculate Conception Spiritual Director, Youngstown The Reverend Robert Brentgartner The Reverend William Hughes St. Rose St. Charles The Reverend Herbert Cooke St. Mary, Mineral Ridge The Reverend Robert Fannon St. Nicholas The Reverend Joseph Feicht St. Ann The Reverend James Hennessey VVellsVille, Ohio The Reverend William O'Neil Sacred Heart Not present in picture: The Reverend Norman Kollar St. Augustine The Reverend James Malone St. Columba St. Patrick The Reverend Donald Reagan St. Patrick The Reverend Joseph Tomasch Chaplain at Glenmary Home Page Eighteen College The Reverend Thomas McNally mem! gjzcu fy Sister Albert Marie ,.,. Stenography and General Business Sister M. Anne ..,..,., .,... .......,..,.. M a thematics Sister M. Barbara ...,..... .......,........ B iology Sister M. Bernadette ,..,.. ..,........., M athematics Sister M. Carmelita ........,. ........ E nglish and Geography Sister M. Charles .......... .,,.. E nglish and Art Sister Marie Denise ..,.... ..,..............,.... F oods Sister Francis De Sales ....... ...,........... S ewing Sister M. Jeanette .....,,... ...... S ocial Studies Sister M. Jerome ...... ..,..,.4.,..... E nglish Sister M. John .,,...,.. ............,...........,. T yping Sister M. Juliana ...,.......,. French and English Sister Margaret Regina ......... ....... A merican History Sister Mary Angela .......... ...,.... L atin and Spanish Sister Mary Louise .,...... ,......,.........,... R eligion Mother M. Paul ....,...,. . ...,.,.,................., Latin Sister M. Perpetua .......,.... Latin and Mechanical Drawing Sister M. Raymond ..,.. General Business and Bookkeeping Sister M. Regina ,....,..........,..................,..,. Chemistry, Physics Sister M. Rosanne ..,...,. .........,......... L ibrarian Sister Rosemary ....... ..,............,........ S peech Sister M. Verorica ,,...,,... ....... G lee Club and English Sister M. Winifred ...,..., ........ E nglish and Journalism Miss Marjorie Flask ........,.....,...,......,.....,., Physical Education Paul Cuba .....,..,.......... ......... P hysical Education and Civics Tom Carey ....,...,..,..., Physical Education and Mathematics Carmen J ulius ,......,,.,......,....,.,..........,...,..,. Physical Education Nick Johnson ..,...,.,.. ....... P hysical Education Miss Agnes O'Dea ......, .,,................ S ecretary Page Nineteen ' S4x:YfI"TPA .9CxiY1U?l'I.!,.fN .Yl'E?R?H'EI.,'V?lT!K l"l'NllA'l'RlX URUINIS Sl' RSI' IAIFZ ,......- ,ua '1'Ii..J.5Jb om., . gzze gilzislzed Qqvducf In September, 1944, the great doors of Ursuline High School were opened to us. We stood bewildered and awe-stricken on the threshhold, almost afraid to take the fatal step that would launch us on our new career. As we timidly eyed the upper classmen, We became more and more aware of the insigniiicance of our lowly position. Many a time we suffered the humiliation of wandering into wrong classes at wrong times. However, we managed to out- shine the rest of the school in the Exponent drive. The thrill of becoming sophomores was soon over-shadowed by grief. Father Gallagher's death was a sad shock to each of us. It was not just the loss of a principal, it was the loss of a true and dear friend. That year our football team was undefeated in the City Series. On March 28, 1945, we opened our hearts to our new principal and friend, Father Holdbrook. The next thing we knew, we were juniors, and sponsors of the main dances of the year. In honor of the team, we held a "Pigskin Prom" in December. The highlight of the year was, of course, the J unior-Senior Prom. Joe Chimento and Jean Lance reigned as king and queen of the ball. During all these activities many found time to be high, consistant scorers on the honor roll. Now We have reached the supreme distinction of being seniors. The school has been a constant hub-bub of activity since September. First of all, we had the Ditch Diggers' Hop. The boys dug ditches for the new P. A. system and the girls supplied a lunch for all, the day's work was rewarded with a hobo dance for the entire student body. Then we participated in the new program, "High School Newsreel of the Air," which featured entertainment and bits of news of interest to students. A We had a quiz under the direction of the original Professor Quiz. Our biggest thrill came at our Baccalaureate and graduation. We were a little sad, too, because with them came the realization that we were now men and women of the world and no longer students of Ursuline. The task of the Priests and Sisters of mold- ing us into Catholic men and women is completed. The success of their efforts depends entirely upon us. As we take our places in the world, we will look back with fond remembrance to our days at Ursuline and thank them for the inspiration and guidance they have shown us. Page Twenty ezziors Buckley, John St. Edward National Honor Society Class Officer 4 Business Manager of the Annual All City and All County National Mathematics H. S. Co-Captain of the Football Team Amreihn. Rita St. Dominic Dramatics Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club Barrett, William St. Dominic Editor of the News English Club Spanish Club Intramural Basketball Knott. Nancy St. Edward National Honor Class Officer 4 English Club Glee Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Ashton, John St. Edward National Honor Society Latin Club English Club Annual Staff Library Club Dramatics Club Berry, Elizabeth St. Mary fMiner English Club Dramatics Club Mission Club Society al Ridgel Tinkler. Nancy St. Edward National Honor Society Class Officer 4 Albertus Magnus Club English Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff Baker, Raymond St. Elizabeth Art Club Mission Club Basketball 3-4 News Staff Intramural Basketball Barrow, Thomas St. Patrick Dramatics Club Rifle Team Football 4 Page Twenty-one Pelini. Carl Si. Ann Class Officer 3, 4 English Club Co-Captain ol' the Football Team Football 2-3-4 Basketball 2-3-4 Barko, Dolores St. Edward Dramatics Club English Club Albertus Magnus News Staff G. A. A. Beil, William St. Joseph Dramatics Club Spanish Club Glee Club 3-4 Mission Club Bowling Team 2 Club I5 I C. 6171013 Beller. Joseph Si. Dominic Albertus Magnus Club Class Officer 3 Rifle Team Intramural Basketball Dramatics Club Bordwell, Patricia Si. Edward National Honor Society Editor-in-Chief of the Annual English Club French Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Caporossi, Dino Si. Ann News Staff Band 1-2-3-4 Dramatics Club Sharps and Flats Club English Club Beshara, Richard SI. Maron Football 2-3-4 Dramatics Club Brock, Henry Si. Ann Band 1-2-3-4 Sharps and Flats Club Intramural Basketball Mission Club Glee Club Charles, Joyce St. Rose fGirardl National Honor Societ Dramatics Club English Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club Annual Staff Biggins. Geraldine St. Patrick Dramatics Club G. A. A. Mission Club Calpin, Thomas Si. Patrick Band 1-2-3-4 Blasick. Catherine Si. Edward English Club Dramatics Club Mission Club G. A. A. Campbell, Edwin St. Brendan Dramatics Club Sharps and Flats Club National Mathematics H S Annual Staff Mission Club News Staff Chimento, Joseph St. Columha y Football 2-3-4 Basketball 3 Intramural Basketball Prom King Page Twenty-two Cigolle, John St. Rose lGitardJ Albertus Magnus Club English Club Mission Club Radio Club elziors Clark, Margaret Si. Dominic National Honor Society Class Officer 1 Majorettes English Club Albertus Magnus Club Annual Staff Conroy, Mary Jo Si. Dominic Majorettes English Club Dramatics Club Mission Club G .A. A. Day, Wilfred St. Patrick Latin Club Sharps and Flats Club Annual Staff Glee Club Band 1-2-3-4 Collins, Jeanne St. Patrick Majorettes Art Club Dramatics Club G. A. A, Mission Club Conroy, Robert St. Brendan Dramatics Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club Golf Team Connors, John Conroy, John Immaculate Conception English Club Dramatics Club Glee Club Rifle Team Intramural Basketball Cronin, Joan St. Patrick Art Club G. A. A. Dramatics Club Annual Staff Mission Club Di Giacomo, Anthony DeRose, Michael St. Columba Intramural Basketball Manager Mission Club St. Dominic English Club Art Club Albertus Magnus Club Page Twenty-three Si. Dominic Basketball 2-3 Intramural Basketball Curtis, Margaret Si. Patrick Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club Dramatics Club Dill, Bernadine Si. Dominic Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club - enlors Dobrindt, Gerard St. Dominic National Honor Society National Mathematics H. S. Band 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff Mission Club 1'-.lbertus Magnus Club Dugan, Rosemary St. Patrick Glee Club Mission Club G. A. A. Edwards, Dorothy Si. Brendan Dramatics Club English Club G. A. A. Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club Donnelly, Eileen St. Edward Class Officer 2-3 Dramatics Club Majorettes English Club Albertus Magnus Club Dunlea. Frederick St. Patrick National Honor Society French Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club English Club National Mathematics H S. Everly, Mary Ann Si. Nicholas istruthersl National Honor Society Dramatics Club Mission Club Glee Club Albertus Magnus Club Annual Staff Doyle, Anne St. Patrick Dramatics Club Mission Club Annual Staff Dunn, Mary Lou Holy Trinity English Club Fabian, Jo Anne St. Dominic Glee Club English Club French Club Drarnatics Club una- f 1 ., M.: Page Twenty-four Duby, James St. Dominic National Mathematics H S Dramatics Club Annual Staff St. John Berchman Societv Rifle Team Eddy, James St. Edward Art Club English Club Spanish Club Dramatics Club Farrell, Loretta St. Columba Band 1-2--3 Sharps and Flats Club Albertus Magnus Club English Club National Mathematics H enlors Ferguson, Eugene Immaculate Conception Class Officer l Football 2-3-4 English Club Spanish Club Albertus Magnus Club Freisen, Anna Marie St. Dominic English Club Dramatics Club Mission Club Giblin, Ann St. Edward National Honor Society Annual Staff Dramatics Club Library Club Library Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club u Finnerty, Ann Si. Ann English Club Dramatics Club G. A. A. Majorettes Mission Club Freidhoff, John Si. Patrick Band 1-2-3-4 Glee Club News Staff St. John Berchman Society Albertus Magnus Club Gillespie, Kathleen St. Edward Dramatics Club Dramatics Club Mission Club Library Club Albertus Mangus Club Franken, Donnell St. Edward Football 2 English Club Mission Club Art Club Gartland, Josephine St. Brendan Library Club Glee Club Mission Club G. A. A. Gillespie, Thomas St. Dominic Rifle Team Albertus Magnus Cl Annual Staff Dramatics Club Page Twenty-five Franken, Virginia Si. Edward News Staff Annual Staff English Club Dramatics Club G. A. A. Geltch, Jo Ann St. Nicholas fstruthersl Mission Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Giangola. Michael Sacred Heart Albertus Magnus Club ub Intramural Basketball News Staff - elziors Graham, Joan St. Patrick National Honor Society Library Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff English Club Majorettes Hauck. Edward St. Joseph Mission Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Hackett, Mary Louise St. Patrick Majorettes G. A. A. Mission Club Dramatics Club Hestin. Mary St. Brendan Annual Staff Mission Club Library Club Glee Club English Club Hobbs, Patricia Hodos, John Si. Dominic Dramatics Club G. A. A. St. Matthias English Club Intramural Basketball Mission Club Hanley. Patricia Si. Edward Glee Club Mission Club Dramatics Club Hennessy, Nancy St. Patrick Mision Club G. A. A. Dramatics Club Holway, Joyce St. Edward G. A. A. Dramatics Club Mission Club Annual Staff English Club Page Twenty-six Hanna. Charles St. Dominic Dramatics Club Rifle Team Intramural Basketball Class Officer 2 Annual Staff Herberger. Catherine Si. Edward Dramatics Club Mission Club Hotro, George SS. Peter and Paul Dramatics Club Football 2-3-4 Glee Club News Staff Intramural Basketball elziors Hottenstein, Rosamond Horvatovich, Loretta St. Dominic English Club Latin Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff G. A. A. Hughes. Edward St. Edward Spanish Club Glee Club National Mathemat Jackanich. Richard St. Mary Spanish Club English Club Mission Club Rifle Team ics H. St. Patrick C!-lubbardl English Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club Humphrey, Patricia Si. Edward Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club English Club Library Club Annual Staff Howley. James Si. Dominic National Honor Society St. John Berchman Society Managing Editor of the News Rifle Team Class Officer 2 Dramatics Club Hutch. Helen Si. Pairick English Club Glee Club Library Club Dramatics Club Jackson, Anna Margaret Jonas. Nancy Jean Si. Nicholas lsiruihersl Mission Club Dramatics Club Library Club Holy Name Dramatics Club French Club Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club Orchestra 2 Page Twenty-seven Hrichus, Ann SS. Cyril and Meihodius National Honor Society English Club Albertus Magnus Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff Mission Club Hynes. Mary St. Joseph Dramatics Club Glee Club Mission Club G. A. A. Jones, Robert Si. Patrick Band 1-2-3-4 Glee Club Sharps and Flats Club Orchestra Rifle Team C mfors Kachmer, Michael Kahl, Jeanne Holy Name English Club Spanish Club Latin Club Albertus Magnus Kleean. Raymond St. Edward Band 1-2-3-4 Drum Major Sharps and Flats Glee Club Orchestra Krafcik. Rita Holy Name English Club French Club Mission Club Glee Club Club Club St. Patrick Spanish Club Glee Club Dramatics Club Klempay, Edward St. Matthias Football 2-3-4 All Stars 4 Dramatics Club National Mathema Kratoiil. Donald Si. Patrick Dramatics Club Mission Club Rifle Team Kane, James Keasey, Patricia St. Edward Dramatics Club Intramural Basketball Mission Club Koken, Joseph St. Dominic English Club Dramatics Club G. A. A. Mission Club Kornick. Rita Grace St. Edward Holy Name Dramatics Club English Club Cheerleader Mission Club tics H. S. Intramural Basketball Kubovick, Anna Marie Kuhns, Jeanne St. Patrick fHubbardJ St. Columha English Club Glee Club Band Sharps and Flats Club G. A. A. Page Twenty-eight English Club Annual Staff Library Club G. A, A. - elziors Kunzer, Richard Si. Patrick Art Club Intramural Basketball Mission Club La Rose, Mary Sacred Hear! Dramatics Club English Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club Lyden. William St. Nicholas istruihersl News Staff Dramatics Club Glee Club 3-4 Mission Club Kunzer, Theresa Ann Lamb, Dolores St. Patrick Dramatics Club Library Club Mission Club Ligaj, Mary Sl. Stanislaw English Club French Club Mahoney. Audrey Sl. Edward Band Sharps and Flats Club English Club Albertus Magnus Club Si. Patrick Annual Staff English Club Majorette Albertus Magnus Club G. A, A. Dramatics Club Lindner, Elizabeth Ann St. Dominic Spanish Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club Mahoney. James Immaculale Conception National Honor Society Latin Club English Club National Mathematics H. S. Bowling Team St. John Berchman Society Page Twenty-nine Lance, Jeanne Si. Joseph English Club Prom Queen Glee Club Albertus Magnus Club French Club Loury, Lucille Si. Ann Band Sharps and Flats Club Mission Club Albertus Magnus Club English Club Library Club Martinko, Theresa Si. Matthias Albertus Magnus Club English Club Sharps and Flats Club Band Annual Staff - em'ors Martinko, Walter St. John iCamphellJ Spanish Club Mission Club Intramural Basketball McDonald, Lisbethann Si. Edward National Honor Society Latin Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff Sharps and Flats Club Albertus Magnus Club McLaughlin. Jeanne St. Edward G. A. A. Mission Club Dramatics Club Matasic. Amelia SS. Peter and Paul Mission Club Dramatics Club English Club Library Club McGoogan, John St. Patrick News Staff Intramural Basketball English Club Latin Club National Mathematics H. McKenna, Lawrence St. Dominic Latin Club English Club Bowling Team 4 Intramural Basketball Mazur, Joseph St. Matthias Rifle Team English Club Mission Club St. John Berchman Society Dramatics Club McGory, Rosemary St. Ann Dramatics Club Majorettes English Club McNally. William St. Edward Dramatics Club All City and All County' Golf Team Intramural Basketball Page Thirty Maycher. Vivian Holy Trinity lstruthersl Majorettes Dramatics Club Library Club Mission Club G. A. A. McHale, Joseph St. Patrick News Staff Band 1-2-.3 English Club Glee Club Mission Club Morosky. Helen Immaculate Conception Dramatics Club G. A. A. Library Club Mission Club - wzlors Morrocco, Anthony St. Columba Basketball 2-3-4 Bowling Team 3 All City and All County English Club All State Game Newsome. Elaine St. Dominic National Honor Society Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club Annual Staff Dramatics Club Olsavsky. Alice St. Brendan English Club G. A. A. Albertus Magnus Club Morley. Jo Ann St. Brendan National Honor Society English Club Latin Club Annual Staff Albertus Magnus Club Class Officer 1-2 Novak. James St. Nicholes lstruthersl Latin Club Dramatics Club English Club St. John Berchman Society Glee Club O'Malley. Ann Immaculate Conception National Honor Society Dramatics Club Mission Club News Staff Rifle Team G. A. A. Murtha. Rosaleen O. St. Brendan English Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff G. A. A, Connell. Jo Anne Si. Rose lGiratdJ National Honor Society Dramatics Club English Club French Club Albertus Magnus Club Annual Staff O'Mal1ey. John Si. Patrick Intramural Basketball Annual Staff English Club Albertus Magnus Club National Mathematics H. S. Page Thirty-one Narry, Donald Sl. Ann News Staff Football 4 Rifle Team Dramatics Club St, John Bercliinan So O'Horo, Thomas SI. Edward Spanish Club Intramural Basketball English Club O'Neil1, Ann Marie St. Brendan Albertus Magnus Club Annual Stall' English Club Dramatics Club Library Club ciety ezziors Owens. Bruce St. Ann Dramatics Club Band 1-2 St. John Berchman Society Intramural Basketball Parson. Patricia St. Dominic English Club Dramatics Club Glee Club Spanish Club G. A. A. Pavlinic. John SS. Peter and Paul Football Mgr. 3-4 Basketball Mgr. 3-4 Intramural Basketball Dramatics Club Pajatsch, Shirley St. Nicholas ISU-uthersl English Club Glee Club Albertus Magnus Club Patterson, William St. Patrick Dramatics Club News Staff Intramural Basketball Petrony. Anthony St. Stanislaus Band Orchestra Dramatics Club Sharps and Flats Club Pallante, John St. Charles lBoz-irdmanl National Honor Society Assistant Editor of the Annual Latin Club Albertus Magnus Club English Club Mission Club Patton, Glenn St. Patrick Spanish Club English Club Intramural Basketball Bowling Team Petruska, Barbara St. Columba Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Glee Club Page Thirty-two Pallotta, Mary Immaculate Conception National Honor Society Mission Club Paull, James St. Edward Mission Club Intramural Basketball Golf Team Spanish Club Powers. Jacquellyn St. Dominic Spanish Club Glee Club - enlors 'rawdzik, Irene Si. Casimir National Honor Society Q English Club Spanish Club Albertus Magnus Club Camera Club Leilly. Marilee St. Edward National Honor Society Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club G. A. A. logers, Catherine St. Edward Glee Club Mission Club Dramatics Club Art. Club Purol. Richard S!. Patrick Dramatics Club Mission Club Orchestra 1-2 Spanish Club Riley. William Si. Dominic Business Manager of the Annual National Mathematics H, S. Rifle Team Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Rudge, Isabel Si. Columba National Honor Society National Mathematics H. S. English Club Latin Club Library Club Page Thirty-t Reardon, Dolores Si. Dominic Dramatics Club G. A, A. Glee Club Mission Club Rochford. Barbara Si. Patrick National Honor Society Albertus Magnus Club Dramatics Club Annual Staff G. A. A. Mission Club Ryan, Mary Catherine Si. Ann National Honor Society Dramatics Club Ari Club English Club Class Officer l Annual Staff h rec Reedy. Thomas Si. Edward National Honor Society Annual Staff Albertus Magnus Club English Club Latin Club St. John Bechman Society Rodgers. John Si. Dominic Rifle Team English Club Spanish Club Basketball 4 Table Tennis Team Saulino, Linda Ann Si. Edward National Honor Society Annual Staff Dramatics Club English Club French Club Library Club - ezziors Sawyer. Thomas St. Patrick News Staff Intramural Basketball Dramatics Club Schoenfeld, Charlotte St. Rose iGii-ardl French Club English Club Albertus Magnus Club Dramatics Club Sikora. Theresa St. Columba Library Club Dramatics Club Mission Club Glee Club Saunders. Mary Kay St. Edward News Staff G. A, A. English Club Dramatics Club Rifle Team Schuler, Marie St. Patrick Rifle Team Dramatics Club English Club Glee Club G. A. A. Smaltz. William St. Ann Football 1-2-3-4 Dramatics Club Latin Club Intramural Basketball St. John Berchman Society Sause, Gerald Si. Dominic Rifle Team Drarnatics Club Table Tennis Team Intramural Basketball Football Mgr. 4 Shutrump. John St. Patrick Annual Staff Dramatics Club English Club St. John Berchman So Smith, Ralph Si. Joseph English Club Sfianish Club Dramatics Club Glee Club ciety Page Thirty-four Scheetz, Joan St. Brendan English Club Spanish Club G. A. A. Albertus Magnus Shutrump. Victor St. Dominic Annual Staff Albertus Magnus Dramatics Club Radio Club English Club Snyder, Earl St. Patrick English Club Dramaticzs Club Rifle Team Club Club C mziors lobnosky. Dorot St. Edward Drarnatics Club English Club Library Club hy Albertus Magnus Club Mission Club aaffe. Mary Theresa St. Dominic English Club Spanish Club Mission Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magni rant. Eleanor is Club St. Nicholas lsiruthersl Glee Club Art Club G. A. A. Mission Club Dramaiics Club Steadman, Mary Elizabeth Stratford. Jean Immaculate Conception Our Lady oi Lourdes National Honor Society News Staff lE. Palesiinel News Staff Dramatics Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club G. A. A. Rifle Team Thomas. Earl St. Patrick Dramatics Club Mission Club English Club Rifle Team Table Tennis Upstill. Paul St. Edward English Club Team Albertus Magnus Club Spanish Club Library Club Toupin, J oan St. Edward Dramatics Club Glee Club Mission Club Alebrtus Magnus Club G. A. A. Vahey, Margaret St. Edward National Honor Society Dramatics Club Intramural Basketball Spanish Club St. John Berchman Society Table Tennis Team French Club English Club Library Club Annual Sta1T Page Thirty-Eve Szymanski, Paul St. Casimir English Club Dramatics Club Class Officer 1-3 St. John Bercliman Society Toy Patricia St. D.ominic English Club Dramatics Club Glee Club Van Dyke, Beverly St. Edward Albertus Magnus Club Dramatics Club English Club G. A, A. Library Club KN I 5fflll0l'S Vaughn, Charles St. Dominic Football 2-3-4 Intramural Basketball Golf Team Dramatics Club Table Tennis Team Weitzman, David Si. Dominic English Club Albertus Magnus Club Spanish Club Dramatics Club Intramural Basketball Welsh, William Si. Patrick English Club Dramatics Club Intramural Basketball Mission Club Football 1 Venniiii, Joseph St. Edward St, John Berchman Society English Club Albertus Magnus Club Spanish Club Welsh, James St. Edward National Mathematics H. S French Club Ring Committee English Club St. John Berchman Society Welsh, Wilma Si. Rose lGirardl National Honor Society Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Club Library Club Annual Stail' G. A. A. Vimmerstedt, Joan SI. Patrick Dramatics Club Glee Club News Staff Mission Club G. A. A, Welsh, Joseph Si. Columba English Club Spanish Club Albertus Magnus Club Table Tennis Team Intramural Basketbll Wilson, Alice St. Edward Drarnatics Club G. A. A. Majorettes Art Club Library Club Page Thirty-six Vuiuc, Mildred SS. Peielr and Paul Dramatics Club Mission Club Spanish Club Welsh, Marjorie St. Hose lGirardJ Mission Club Majorettes G. A, A. Dramatics Club Library Club Winther, Fred St. Dominic Rifle Team English Club Library Club Mission Club Glee Club ezziors Vitt. Howard St. Brendan Annual Staff Art Club Vright. James St. Patrick News Staff Bowling 2-3-4 English Club Writer. Elizabeth Jean St. Joseph English Club Dramatics Club Yablonovsky. Josephine St. John the Baptist tCampbel1J Dramatics Club Mission Club Glee Club Albertus Magnus Club Annual Staff Zulick, Stella St. Edward Glee Club Spanish Club Dramatics Club James Diana Joseph Jennings Marilyn McDermott Donald O'Hara Dolores Wilson Worellia, Frank St. Columba Football 2-3-4 Basketball 2-3 Basketball Mgr. 4 Intramural Basketball Dramatics Club Yuhas. George St. Stanislaus Sharps and Flats Club Dramatics Club Orchestra Band 1-2-3-4 Intramural Basketball Vahey, Thomas St. Edward Latin Club Dlamatics Rifle Team NOT PICTURED2 Joseph Bees, U.S,N. Frank Griffith. U.S.M.C. James Holland. U.S.M.C. Eugene Kopso, U.S.N. Francis Marino, U.S.N. Page Thirty-seven Work. Jacquelyn St. Edward Mission Club Dramatics Club Albertus Magnus Glee Club Yurko. Jeanette Holy Name Albertus Magnus Dramatics Club English Club Majorettes James Patterson, U.S.N. James Rush. U.S.N, William E. Shelley, U.S.A, William Walsh, U.S.A. Club Club ffm Moffezz .gran Junior class president, Dan Michaels, and his cabinet, consisting of Pat Smith, Elaine Handel, Peg Crishal and Jim Charles, produced some top-rate activities for the class of '49. The class didn't let activities go to its head, however. A glance at the scholastic side of school life shows Margaret Barbush, Jim Charles, Joan Howard, Rita Klein, Alice Rose Mayo, Elmo Miller, and Janet Walsh, taking bows as honor roll members of the class. In the sport's realm they were ably represented by Dan Michaels, Gene Donoghue, Jack Durkin, Ed Graham, Ray Ochman, Dick Rezek, Art Mas- saro, Jack Roach who were in there plunging for the football team. The basketball team wasn't slighted either. Gene Donoghue, Ben Corradetti, Dom Lariccia, Bert Gallagher, Art Massaro, and Dick Rezek saw to that. Dick Barrett, winner of a wrist watch in the Magazine Campaign topped the high salesmen of the entire school. "Faith," and what would be an Irish football team without some "junior" colleens to march and represent their school. That's what Sally Sheen, Dolores Boyle, Bernice Ellioi, and Peg Crishal did. Next year they'll be the "first line leaders." When it comes to music, the juniors are on top of the world with such talent as Gene Purol, Chuck Zidian, Barbara Lehnerd, Glenn Curry, Bill Smaltz, Joan Serb, Loretta Olsavsky, Lois Jean Ricci who wear the snappy Ursuline Band uniform. ROW I-Theresa Blanco, Dolores Boyle, Alberta Carney, Mary Cunningham, Peggy Davin, Donna Boyle, Pat Craven. ROW II-Peg Crishal, Arlene Cole, Ellen Casey, Dolores Bartell, Dolores Costello, Margaret Denny, Virginia Curley, Mar- garet Barbush. ROW III-Joyce Daley, Helen Kenny, Bernice Elioff, Carmela D'Amato, Doris Darin, Lucy DiOrio, Peg Beil. ROW IV--Mary Conroy, Rita Klein, Jean Brown, Mary Lou Carney, Sally Doyle, Donna Jean Lubonovic. ROW V - Dolores Di Ciocco, Frances Eskay, Pat Boyd, Phyllis Eberhart, La Verne Weinhiemer, Mary Cvetetic, Wil- himina Brunswick, Page Thirty-eight mzlors I I--Edward Lenton, Thomas Vahcy, n Obendorfer, Jack McKinney, Elmo ller. Don Nic-Tigue. ' II Jack Roach. John Menosky, Rich- ! Rezek, Dan Michaels, Joe Cassesc. lph Newsome. Ray Reardon. 7 III Steve Rovnak, Paul Kenny. Bill ,-lker, Arthur Massaro, Ray Ochinan, 'nes Mazzi, Joe O'Brien. John Jim- Lck. 7 IV Tom lXlcNally, Pat Loftus, Ed ivinsky, Joe Lcttau. Jim Pallante, LIIS Wolf. Fred Nebot. I V--Louis Petruska. Tom Ring, Chas. tllar, Peter MeOwen, Charles Zidian, ne Rock, Tom Vahey, Frank Zamary. 7 VI --Bob Wilthew, Don Thomas, Jack ggins, Joe McCardell, Richard Nollen, hn Murtha, Bill Smaltz, Dick Martin. I I Betty Nakley, Phyllis Stratford, nxine Mayo, Barbara McCauley, Tina inerty, Lauretta Fabrizio, Rosemary een. 7 II- Peggy McGovern. Helen Mc- rthy, Alice Rose Mayo, Jo Anne Mari- lli, Jo Anne Lyden, Laura Ignatowski, semary Moran. V III--Vivian Moore, Eileen Minahan, th Freisen, Loretta Mitchell, Mary yce, Sue Hyland, Lois Harbottle. V IV-V Florence Freisen, Martha Milsop, try Jane Marino, Barbara Lehnerd, urieta Hickey, Mary Hughes, Joan ward. I V -- Theresa Flynn, Joann Kerola. rol Manning, Pat McQuillan, Loretta savsky, Peggy Koch. 7 VIfJane McBride, Isabel Meyer. een French, Audrey Lozier, Marilyn rt, Magdalen Gonda, Marilyn Halnan. 7 I' v Walter Bishop, John Franz, :k Walsh, Tom Ciarniello. Bob Foley, .l Duncan. 7 II--Ben Corradetti, Bert Gallagher, iil Kalafut, Nick Granitto, Anthony ta, Joe Petrony, J III -- Bill Conway, Bob Herman, arles Koker. Richard Coughlin, Glenn rry, Don Ferko. 7 IV---Eugene McCarragher, Richard nkel. Gene Purol, Joe Bialik, Richard nton. Paul Antonelli. I I-Margaret Reddington, Mary Ligaj, tricia Shovlin. Donna Sudetic, Bar- ra Redden. Ellen Slattery, Jeanette bnovsky. ,' II 'Donna Salamon, Joan Rowan, ary Riley, Martha Summers. Jeanne utrump. Pat Smith, Virginia Welsh. J III Margie Skowran. Sally Sheehan, iita Robinson, Patricia Billock. Gerry ytosh, Mary Werner, Shirley Pajatseh. 1 IV Geneva Vitullo, Mary O'Leary, an Serb, Dot O'Hara, Nancy O'Neill, is Zuercher, Lois Jean Ricci. Rose- ne Whalen. 1 V Annette Savo. Rosemary, Stur- 'in. Rosemary Timlin, Mary Elizabeth iith. Bettianne Powers, Audrey Soh- sky. Pat O'Shaughnessy. 1 VI Mary Sheetl, Irene Prawdzik. irley Watson, Janet Walsh, Rita Zuchf 'lli, Jeanne Anne O'Hara. S0ll!10lllUlY'S ROW I-Joanne Wiegel, Loretta Yurko, Irma Stanfield, Mary Ann Trucksis, Betty Ann Taaffe, Carole Rochford. ROW IIfJoan Rogers, Patricia Storey, Nora Mae Sheridan, Sallirae Schrieber, Mary Audrey Sullivan, Genevieve Shura. ROW III-Mildred Renda, Virginia Sferra, Mary Ann Winsen, Elizabeth Troyan, Katherine Varsho, Jane Zuercher, Do- lores Tavolario. ROW IV--Rita Walihnac, Kathleen Stead- man, Katherine Vukovieh, Marlene Top- ley, Clare Valley, Jo Ann Ryan, Diana McGowan. ROW I--Dick O'Horo, Joe Saluga, Bo Yee, Steve Schuler, Jerry Welsh. Bill Novak, Jack O'Leary. ROW II-Donald Melanson, Ray Tarasuck, Bob Snyder, Glen Shea, Bill Porter, Jack O'Nei1l. ROW III-Dick Sc-heetz, Jack Pompoco, Martin Welsh, Jerome Rish. Paul Rod- gers, John Scahill, James Kennedy. ROW IV-Bob McGoogan, Larry Stegna, Bob O'Neil, Don McCarthy, Bob Scullen, John Komar, Ray Terlesky. ROW V-f-Ed Pacic, Pete Vogelberger, Tom Tinkler, Don Connors, Ed Amrhein, Bob Nelson. Bob McHale. ROW VI---Jack McOwen, John Mocker, Bill Cupp, Bob McCullion, Dick Troxil. ROW VII-Joe Vernon, Bob Sawyer, Jim Henry, Tony Yukech, Jack O'Malley, Bernard Zoldak. ROW I--Lois Chirichigno, Ellamae Camp- bell, Marianne Crane, Sally Lou Conroy, Catherine Welsh, Jane Donovan, Joanne Jubak. ROW II-Jane Freisen, Edith Henchar, Nancy Flynn, Dolores Dominic, Eloise gale. Betty Conroy, Betty Boyd, Dorothy utch. ROW III-Faye Cecil, Jean Hatala, Elaine Casey, Barbara Snitzer, Rosalia Keeh- ner, Mary Jane Dawson, Julia Inhouse, Pat Finnerty. ROW IV-Pat Hedges, Pat Foster, Gret- chen Kempe. Mary Frances Hyland, Dolores Blanco, Donna Jean Carney, Peggy Freisen, Mary Kay Bowers. ROW V-Mary Catherine Witt, Nancy Cassidy, Claire Gillette, Dolores, Conroy, Evelyn Durkin, Donna Byers, Rebecca Ganther, Edna Casey, ROW I--Elias Saadi, Dick Koker, Owen Dignan, John Manolio, Norbert Moran, Vincent Delaney, Joe Lawlor. ROW IIiTim Lyden, Bill Birmingham, John Holway, Frank Everly, George Al- exander, Jim lVIcKinney, Danny Fagan. ROW III--Larry Krempasky, Ned Barrett, Dick Kane, Don Cavanaugh, Robert Glen, Tom Kane. Frank Lehnerd. ROW IVf-Bill Chill, Torn Holtzman, Paul Ashton, Neil Lowry. Austin Kennedy Bill Klein, Joe Heath, ROW ViEd Casey, Andrew Kleinpay, Jim Barrow, John Gavura, Bill Kane, Bob Klein. Ed Hestin, Jim Hancock. ROW VI Ray Handel, Bill Bord, Jim Lawrence, Jim Murphy. Joe Biscan, Bill Cleary. Charles Lewis. me .dizqof .fM0fds Neil Loury is the capable leader of the sophomore class. His asso- ciates are Joanne Weigle and Donna Buyers in the role of vice-presidentsg Rose O'Horo, secretaryg and Robert O'Nei1 as treasurer. Class '50 has many scholars. Edith Henchar, Charles Lewis, Virginia Olsavsky, Joan Rogers, Tom Tinkler, Richard Troxil, Pete Vogelberger, and Ann Winsen are regular honor roll students. In the field of sports are stars Ed Amreihn, Joe Biscan, Austin Kennedy, Neil Loury, Tom Tinkler, Bob O'Nei1, and Pete Vogelberger who turned in noteworthy performances on the football field. Jack O,Malley has proven a worthwhile addition to the Ursuline basketball quintet. The magazine and Exponent campaigns received full support from the sophomore class. These students attended the banquet at Horvath Tea Room given in honor of the high salesmen: Bill Bord, Ella Mae Campbell, Ed Casey, Bill Cleary, Robert Glenn, Ed Hestin, Peggy McGahagan, Jack O'Nei1, and Joanne Ryan. Among the majorettes who gave fine performances at halftime of the Ursuline games Were: Sally Conroy, Dolores Dominic, Dorothy Lynch, Joyce Macy, Betty Ann Taaffe, and Joanne Weigle. ROW I-Peggy Prosser, Dorothy Lynch, Lucy Mastromico, Jo Anne Lynch, Doro- thy Manley. Theresa Nitupski. ROW II-Mary Rita Montella, Mary Ann Pacic, Anne Marie McHale, Dorothy McCabe, Jo Anne Pekarcik, Peggy Mc- Gahagan, Margaret Lyden, Barbara McC1urkin. ROW III-Rosemary Marinelli, Gertrude Serenko, Jean McKenna, Mary Mahoney, V' i ' O1 k K thl K d irg n1a savs y, a een enne y, Mary Adele Kratafil, Mary Lynn Moran. ROW IV-Florence McNicho1as, Frances Loury, Margure Magyar, Beatrice Tram- push, Joyce Macy, Rose O'Horo, Norma Jean Leetch, Jill Mason. Page Forty-one Clie :Raw 61 ferla! "Enthusiasml' and t'Spirit" are the by-Words of the freshman class. This is readily shown by the successful Way in which they have adjusted themselves to high school activities. Among those rating high in scholastic achievements are Mary Jane Ashton, Jane Doyle, Antonia Lozier, Dolores Hobbs, John Lutheran, Ray- mond Manley, and John Wanchovv. Participants in the athletics department include "Duke" Barrett, Frank Beck, Harry Guy, Jack Pierson, Jack Ryan, and Guy Schiavonne. Promising musicians are Jack Kane, Francis Petrony, Jack Reagan and Christian Snyder. At present they are utilizing their talent to add color to the Ursuline Band. Peggy Jones demonstrated her artistic ability by supervising the dance routines for the "Tintypes" show, which proved to be a huge success. Outstanding sales- ability was adequately demonstrated during the magazine drive. Tom Beardman proved himself a "super salesman." His award was a fine Bulova Watch. The prospects for the class of '51 are bright. We feel that the "raw material" will, after four years of prayer and work and play, become a bright, polished, "finished product." ROW I-Mary Lou Crish, Jo Ann Engle, Mary Catherine Cribbon, Mary Ellen Foley, Dolores Hobbs, Joan Hoover, Janet Frantz. ROW II-Rose Cassese, Theresa Conrecode, Margaret Charles, Mary Ann Glozier, Nora Mae Hartill, Pat Hale, Ann Gart- land, Margaret Jones, Margaret Fair. ROW III-Rosemary Brine, Rose Butler, Natalie Antonucci, Beverly Frank, Mona Ashton, Sara Cianciola, Nilde D'Amato, Jacquelyn Daley, Theresa Fitzgerald, ROW IV-Elizabeth De Rose, Mildred Charnoki, JoAnne Adams, Joanne Cleary, Alice Cookson, Winifred French, Rita Carrigan, Pat Hurley, Rosemary Dickson. Page Forty-two 93 X . M-61 1' 'P Rf xr 5 v tx - 2 Avg -'fs T 257 Q Yi 'v 5,5 fx- vw, 5 g E, v mx 1 , Q . ,3 5 A Q3 K A .-f 'R J s ig' C33 gil? 'A M A " Fjimi Q 'ff G 'f E VT' r ay- .ar I ,N EE A ff. xx FU 6,10 .M0!I,l'l?Q J l'0ff'S5 . . . .BIIIZQIIIIQRS . . Would Pytogoras understand this as well as Jim Mahoney, Isabel Rudge, and Gerard Dob- rindt do? With the help of technicia Jack Ashton and Jack Rodgei Bernadine Dill finds voice I cording a pleasure. Gerry Biggins conducts a pan discussion on the Marshall Pla in Problems of Democracy cla: Mnfb . . . Soda! Science . . J0l'l?I7Z6l'C'l'll! Every business eXecutive's :lream .... our office practice girls. Comprenez-vous francais, Bill? The smiling faces seem to in- dicate that John Pallanete and his cohorts experience no diffi- culty With the Latin masters. Page Forty-five , the pc wo new faces are prominent on ibdues Wilson I4-0 Ursuline, hampered by the loss "Chuck" Vaughn and a muddy ld, still showed its superiority by ling past a stubborn Wilson elev- 14-0 at Rayen Stadium on Octo- - 30. Phe game opened with McNally :king off for the Irish. Wilson nk the ball andyafter failing to .ke their second first and ten, 'ked for the sidelines. Then be- Id the heads-up ,signal-callin' nny Michaels, Ursuli' ' Irrocco scored Retoln i'5gI'Ali-I5-BIN CITY-SERIES TILT Outscored but not outclassed, Ursuli' Seven U1'SuliH6 PlQY9f' to Chaney, 13-7 before 10,000 fans at P 0 en On the North Alkstal' day, Sept. 13 in the grid opener for V K meets the South AWS Ursuline took the openir' ,L t Rayen Field on Thankon an intfs-'Jllvdl mass. Fri' Jy cross Those chosen are Ray s . VUQ K plays with "'--W VAL- Rur-lalov. .IQQ-,Qf 0 J-pug I IA' Q "Solid Goldff Grid A7 S' is Irish took the ball IRIS!-' Dump Cavaliers, I D g, . Y' ':co's ser' O -Ltfng their stri sdiocre games, prov dry over Memorial was iMcNally con' UlSh C ' '0 1 . over highl nt. viillovich and Mc orc town S 0 das 'they fomped n .Jute and es0 tc JCCO I' I's speedy backs, ,X-y,-"' Wag 'he ne little trouble xasfjff 0 N5 gf- 'as W ns around er' Q ,o if 5 we I If liifhmit k O ckoowri' lo to QIPCW, na - .io 109 . ffoc Chaw ' V 0559356 erkod woo! Bob atiibets tl 1 ,noe ,Mgt 9 he-A6 or efea X A and 5 to ee ef we tatxbecka recoil we K a touchdox asked Ovntrals Ocbmzys lake 10' l ,.,,,z +1-..t.,.,...i.......lf0e,.5, X63 and Viz Gautam on l' 56316 - robe 'ne 600 f 3 vi IrIsh Edge East W ovary vet A lo est U xeh 3 hitherto unbeaten Ra Saturday, Oct, 4, took the' kickoff ar Rayelfs 1, where tl- Black held for down er a penalty against each 5'd 911, 20-0 on The Irish' marched to Orange and Aft - v I gsiiiniiento byroke through and block orvath s punt and Ochman f . , ' e E1 tlhe loose pigskin as lt rolled ou 9 ffnd Zone for a safety. UFS'-lime had possesion of th b 1 practicall 11 e .a .Y 8 Of the second per.oc in Rayen territory but lacked th scoring punch. 4 - FA.. -- after the second period be marched to the West Sid where Morrocco was throv to the 13. The Irish misss pass just before the half er Ursuline took the secoi kickoff and drove to midfielc Cicarelli intercepted a pass it back to the 2. On the nc he knifed over. ' 'I b Irish Score Midway in the fourth I Buckley recovered a fumble own territory and the lrish, by McNally and Morrocco with Morrocco going over. The Irish showed a lot c andtspirit. Good line play W: ured by Resek, Chimento, and Buckley, while the atta sparked by Morrocco and Mc . . ROY bxfkies pi- 79 xacem ln City Series we? co We ,ws 9 stew , ' ,Itorf?C6. was .th wt wait. In a hard-fought city se. ..:5q0W ,aged 'wwe W5 P555 at south stadium on Frida good- X ,eteftwg xv maze ae and ber 17. Ursuline eked out a Qcfllta yemaxoomkrfxc. h K0 mq-1, 12-6 victory over East. Playi C0965 or D 91069 Q KY 316 ee Ciba Q10 T986 'Sb of its better games. East gax Qgafl 35,66 ,S welt X093 var A Friday, Sept. 27. 'URSULINE AGGREGATION WALLOPS MEMORIAL, 34-6 Performing with machine like perfection, over a much heavier Memorial team, 34-6, at . 6 Irish C0HS1d9I'ab10 tffiuble- ' gov 1 Nyollane y,maxecimrilYIe'l"2,cu was For the Irish, who scored their first victor5 I After 21 SCOFGIGSS f11'St P0F10d move' Yococ CHM, 'A Haw-3'5 ellites since 1934, it was a well deserved win. suline got the first score of the gi Mold wwe Rae. NW 55,969 3 Are In l'qVOI' IHSII MCUUIULA midway inthe second quarter. Hi 33:30 gg We 5 U' with - - ' ' ing advanced from in their ov 2,9130 O64 had aflfci 95911. X-U5 etball Rallles Hard Flqhtlng territory to ab' e East 40, Moi bxocke ,W 90? Q90 la gb Gem , , SteUbenVlfle, rocco passed ' 'nd it was MCSA ,xref ln thfov Well f last' the NEWS 'S . Q , X 103 nie - 8 A - b k tball rallies The fact that two strong allowed at tl fer- has 6 QW X, X0 ate 9 as 9 . ence. A few r Q 1 yaf WAAS' Qoe 9 915 QW vm, dance at basketball orce a game into a stale the ball on 8 " ' wait Wok io Cmwbae Ol gmt-AW dearly .dfmonstmfd Wh lv Scored' -Mot" who at 6 q,o9exmne'5 every city school l1ne's.grId1ron warriors ba gonversio. Q e 'll 6,0 800' Nlsxpogk- nas 3 rally for the 7-7 deadlock with awn ' . Q noi.. etlioa team, at least once a Steubenville Central Cath lntefcepfed Pas- " are are football rallies be- on Sat., Oct.. 4, at South s Another Score Q lx X- Why slight basket- Irish Take Lead After the kickoff East took ' -'., by MgNally Ursulincg took the kic air trying to score before the han. through-our the first pcric UL lays later tion see-sawed between t yard lines. Early in th quarter, Steubenville puntc A - P e r with JACHING RESPONSIBILITIES Gy to for Ursuline campus this year. They the new head football and bas- iall coach, Paul Cuba, and his stant, Tom Carey. .Iba was appointed head coach iwing the resignation of Cyril es last spring. few facts and figures on the coaches might help students et. acquainted. Coach Cuba was in New Castle and attended Castle High. While in high school he was a letterman ,, sity football for 3 years. I5 won letters in basketball and Following his graduation high school he enrolled at th versity of Pittsburgh and tackle for three seasons. He wasla member of the Pitt team of 1932, which was ed by the great Jock Suthc and which won an invitation Rose Bowl, which they act lContinued on Page 5, Col Morrocco who took the bi own 27 yard line and heh -Another to 1 00 3 drive fmm deop in the.. own territory with Morrocco scoring and McNally kicking the point made it 20-0 at the half. Memorial took the hall'-time kick- off and showed their only s0ri0US offense of lhfi' llilmf- HS Swain SCOP ed on a 55 yard run. The line play on the part of the smaller lrish forwards WHS VCU' fingyv They continually threw the ing blocking raced 73 yard: Mc-Nally's placement was Ursuline lead 7-0. End-Arounds Clic Steubenville received tl and drove Q38 yards to si drive was high-lighted by ol' end-around plays witl thc loft entlsancl captain ball wirrying. Hi- WGUI f thi- si-vvii yard line. A 1 IJI-lN.'t-'cc-hio knotted the co A , mx W J. .. ,Y 3. I H iv,.sxm as 2 Q if ai +2 K A K X Sr Q in ff ' A 5 , Q 5 f S .g Av fxhk X -x , Q I XM iii Q was 55? Q lp ,QR 3, I i 3 - 1223 ' :Q 1 -M fist, N 3 S1 3 N 'X 2 N x A xx 3 Y xx F1 F 1 'xi 'X 1' 2 J K X E Q Y If Xa' ehnerd Cavanaugh Fagan Clemens YEA! URSULINE! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGI Morrocco says it's a touchdown! Page F ty ght iw . ,sg we 1' fi' The Diocesan Trophy! Ours for keeps! Mofder of Qybzzzizzq mms MR. PAUL CUBA Introducing our new coach, Paul Cuba, formerly assistant coach of New Castle High School. His background certainly qualifies him for this position. Upon graduating from New Castle High, he played football for the University of Pittsburgh and later as a pro- fessional with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Coming as a stranger to his own team ani the fact that he was introducing a new system of play made for hard going. Nevertheless, through his coaching and inspira- tion, the team tied for the City Series Championship. The hard hitting qualities and competitive spirit that he instilled in his players will prove an invaluable asset to each and every member of the team in the future. Coach Cuba was ably assisted in his work by the following staff: Tom Cary, assis- tant coachg Carmen Julius, Nick Johnson, and Tony Zill, trainer. Congratulations to you and your assistants, Coach Cuba, for a victorious season which will long be remembered. We wish you luck, and hope that you will have many all-winning teams here at Ursuline. Page Forty-nin Our G ampiozzslzip Cgfevezz Row I-Gene Ferguson, Ed Klempay, Joe Chimento, Carl Pelini, Bill Smaltz, John Buckley, Ray Ochman. Row II-Chuck Vaughn, Danny Michaels, Bill McNalley, Zip Morrocco. CHANEY 13 URSULINE 7 A green, untried team lost its first game be- cause of lack of unity and experience. lt later proved to be a costly loss when we had to split the city championship. Morrocco turned in a brilliant run for Ursuline's only marker. URSULINE 19 CANTON CENTRAL 13 Ursuline retained possession of the Diocesan Crown for the third consecutive year by downing Canton 19-13 Morrocco showed the way for the Irish with two long touchdown sprints Ochman and Buckley featui ed in the hard line play . URSULINE 7 STEUBENVILLE 7 An underrated Steubenville line turned this game into a stalemate. Morrocco scored on a seventy-three yard run and McNally added the game-saving point. In the second half, Abraham of Steubenville tallied on a series of end-around plays and added the tying point. URSULINE 18 CHILICOTHE 14 Morrocco gave Chilicothe fans an excellent exhibition of runningg scoring on runs of seventy- two, forty-seven, and eight yards. The Irish trailed 7-6 at halftime but pulled the game out of the fire with a sparkling second-half performance. URSULINE 34 MEMORIAL 12 Exhibiting scythe-like blocking, Ursuline out- fought a bigger, heavier and favored Memorial team. Morrocco and McNally shared the scoring honors, but it was really the line play that paved the way for victory. URSULINE 20 RAYEN 0 Ursuline measured Rayen 20-0 with compara- tive ease. It was all Ursuline the first half, with Rayen finishing strong but not able to develop a scoring punch. An aggressive Ursuline led by Buckley and Smaltz held the Rayen backs to no gain throughout the whole game. URSULINE 12 EAST 6 Ursuline outfought a driving East High team, holding ground in the second half after scoring the winning two touchdowns in the first McNally and Morrocco divided scoring honors The line- backing of McNally and Vaughn was an important factor in the victory. Page Fifty URSULINE 14 WILSON 0 Ursuline showed its superiority by sliding over a fighting Wilson eleven, although hampered by the loss of a blocking back Chuck Vaughn. Mor- rocco and McNally shared scoring honors with Buckley, Pelini and Chimento shining on the defensive. URSULINE 15 SOUTH 14 Scoring fiften points in the Hrst half, the Green and Gold thwarted a second half attack to edge out South 15-14 and claim a tie for the city championship. Morrocco and Ochman sparked the offense, while Chimento and Donoghue starred on the defense. goofy- IHZKJ QOH? BIICA KEEMPAY -+ BUCKLEY C971 wonmafdn-2 We wish to thank the graduating players for their efforts in making the name of Ursuline what it is in the football circles of Youngstown. For all the thrilling, exciting moments you have given us, would like to express our sincere gratitude. Because of the glory you have brought our Alma Mater, we feel proud to belong to the class of 1948. All of us Wish you all the good luck in the world. Page Fifty-on I'l'fl'l'0lI Q Impses Bishop McFadden exhibits his interest Coagh Cuba briefs Chuck Vaughn in the in athletics, as he looks at one of the thrilling finer arts of the gridiron while Tony Zill, plays of the Canton Central - Ursuline foot- Nick Johnson, Tom Carey and Carmen Julius ball game. look On. Row I-Tony Zill, Frank Worrellia, Jack Roach, Bill Hernon, Pete Dignan, Walter Bishop, Tom Kane, Ray Ochman, Tom Ciarnello, Dick Re-zek, Dan Michaels. Joe O'Brien. Row II-Dom Lariccia, Bill Kane, Richard Yankel, Austin Kennedy, Dick Beshara. Ed Klernpay, Bill McNally, Art Massaro, Pete Vogelberger, Bill Srnaltz, John Buckley, Ed Graham, Coach Torn Carey. Row III-Coach Paul Cuba, Don Narry, Jack O'Malley, Joe Biscan, Don Durkin, Joe Jackovina, Carl Pelini, Joe Chirnento, Anthony Morrocco, Jack Higgins, Charles Kollar, Gene Donoghue, Gene Ferguson, Charles Vaughn, George Horto. Page Fifty-two 6!1r'.j3nwf1'11q ' flllll Larry McKenna, Jim Mahoney, Joe O'Brien, Bob McHale, Jim Wright, Glenn Patton. Jack Roach isffr' splfyr' Esrfrnn Row I-Jim Howley, Jim Duby, Torn Gillespie, Bob Foley, Bill Riley, Charles Hanna, Ray Barbush. Row II-Margaret Clark, Barbara Rochford, Dolores Barko, Jerry Sause. Don Narry, Joe Mazur, Dick Barrett, Pete McGowen, Jack McGowen, Marty Welsh. Row III-John Frantz, Joe Beller, John Komar, Jack Rodgers, Bill Barrett, Dorothy Edwards, John Conors, Ed Snyder, Fred Dinther, Gerard Dobrindt, Bob Scullen, Tom Vahey, Betty Ann Lindner, Bill McNally. Page Fifty-three Ursufine .jmkefeers Dec. Dec. Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Row I-Ben Coradetti, Bert Gallagher, Pete Vogelberger, Bob O'Neil, Richard Rezek, Art Massaro, Jack Rodgers. Row II-Robert Snyder, Gene Donaghue, Jack O'Malley, Ray Baker, Jack Conroy, Zip Morrocco, Dom Lariccia, Frank Worrellia, Coach Tom Carey. -Warren ,.... F F F 16-Sharpsville F F F F F -Rockville, New Yorks FF -Lynbrook, New York 2-Wilson FF .r,, FF FF F FF F F 3-Alumni F F F F F FF F 6-Steubenville Central Catholic 9-South F ,... FF F FF l3-Memorial ,.r,r F F FF F ,.... FF 16-Chaney FF F F F l7-Canton Township F 24-Rayen F FF F F 26-Erie Prep F F F FF F 3-Springfield Township FF 6-North. FFFFFFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF F 7-Steubenville Central Catholic F F FF 10-Canton Central Catholics FF FF 13-East F FFFF F FFF FFF FFFF F 17-Boardman F 20-Girardu F FF FFFFF F FF Page Fifty-four They 33 48 46 24 35 40 24 45 56 39 54 40 27 31 17 42 40 39 43 38 , , R' B.k ' xck Rodgers Dick Rezek Dom L3I'1CC1a dy q H Zip Morrocco on Corradetti Gene Donoghue Jack Conroy Jack O'Mallc-y Page Fifty-five Qirfs, Gflflzfefic G?550C'l2llll'0IZ A The girls shown in this picture are the representatives of Ursuline's G. A. A. They have formed an excellent basketball team which competes with the girls' homerooms throughout the building. This society instills in its members the qualities of good sportsmanship so impor- tant in the molding of the women of tomorrow. 5, N Sfrlke up Kbe .Band Genuine school spirit was demonstrated by the members as of the band as they drilled morning, noon, and night. Mr. Raven, the new director, did a splendid job in rounding a group of "green" musicians into a well-organized marching unit. The sharp military-like commands trained the mem- bers to be alert and to work as a unit. Hearts loyal to the Green and Gold swelled with pride as our band carried their s colors at football games and various civic gatherings. 2,1 Ne' A X L Page Fifty-six .f usir O12 3726 .jfarclz Row I-C. Snyder, J. Reagan, N. Moran, D. Tavolario, H. Tavolario, M. Charnokj, R. Butler, P Resch, J. Zamary, T. Posivak, R. Zupo, R. Kleean. Row II-Mr. Raven, C. Welsh, B. Lehnerd, L. Olsavsky, L. Rlcci, T. Martkinko, L. Farrell, L, Loury, M. C. Witt, E, Casey, S. Kenny, J. Serb. ROW III-E. Miller, T. Calpin, J. Gauura, B. Jones, M. Knapp, W. Day, E. Purol, C. Zidian. H Brock, D. Caporossi, G. Dobrindt, G. Curry. Music Maestro, please Prim, pretty and precise . . . Our Majorettes lc in two classes. Juniors .ident .......,....,....,.,,. Dan Michaels I ice President ..., Q ..,.,. Pat Smith Vice President ..,. Elaine Handel 'etary .,,...,.........,A., Peggy Crishal v"ll'9l' ..,...v.......,....... Jim Charles -Sophomores K' ,,........,.... Neil Lowry . Ai Joanne Wiegel Vice Donna Byers 41 magazine campaign Tops Quota By S900 I VIlLl:ll.lul lvlua BY Bishop Don Narry's hair . A Pontificial Mass ws Paul Syzmanslfi' ' "A smashing success" was the phrase used to describe the I9-lT' magazlne campaign. Aided by a sen- sational last-day rush that netted 31500, the school was able to top its goal of 38000. The grand total was 588,990 the school year. The c ' marked the Bishop" sary of his elev pocy. His Excellency, Bishop J Bill Pattern Fadden at St. Columba Gone F on Sept. 8, to ask God': Bill ., --Time set L ,.A,- sf OH Ass: , e ary S6 - e ,orfy Enthusiasm was kept at a high 'A the Students I Sure' --b----'A--- ol 0 Nell . next class! ' pitcn t roug out t e two-week A . 'ii' of? i h h h - omework--Something t X . S S drive by almost daily rallies :H ,v' t ll H VO flom 011.0 tfentlon tuck. P- intra-school race betwef , A gui' 'O imp 5 u X J y tdio station WFMJ th h Off A Team' Comprising ' J Peration of the J rozlilg HL. brnen, can' I a es . en- - . . . V li. 'bf' on Con IS sponiior ng its Second omorc pf As a service to the students, Father Holdbrook has set up a la' contest to pick the outstand- I'lem av articles stand in the library It will be under the supervision c sports personality for the past ti p A ' . :mf osanne. . le winner should b t ' 5 Students are invited to drop in during the day to look over tj . . . . e .Some Ou A . ious supplies. This affords the students ' ding figure in district sr' lf 1611 Pxarzol-LM e ore we suggest that votes for Coach Pv . ,dll Tenn., Band Test Set N I- a fine job of r iip team i rn8V N K R HPN . wavy olartaip Test ne Ursuline students were lg the 127 district students who eted fOr the Navy scholarship These boys, Jerry Stanislaw, hea, Dick Lotze, John Mahoney, Are Honored At P.T.A. For December 13 Banquet In Audltorlum A press release from the Navy department announces that Decem- The Ursuline football team an-ber 13' 1947 will be the date of band Were h0I10l'6d at the almllfi the second annual nation-wide ap- P-T.A- Banquet in the SCh001-'BYU titude test which is a prerequisite '47 enrollmen is a slight record mark ' the girls pr ., over the bt on December 7. for entry into the Naval Reserve have a m About 400 persons attended am Officers, Tramlrgg C2536 They Cx' .aling 214 5 were treated to a delicious turkey pect to 'inter a 'out new can' ext with 207, dinner didates into this program in. the eseniors 205 ' fall term of college, 10119 ' A s eech by head coach Phi P - The Program is 0P'Some Aliases Breidenbaugh of New Castle Higrschool seniors and was a highlight of the after-dinneitween the ages of 1Ar0und The Campl festivitiesf Mr. Breidenbaugh stress- meet required ment, Tyrrel, Jerry Macala, Mike ed the necessity of 7 Y is 09.3 standards and prov , Dick Callahan, and Bill Burke, football team' 'Q Splut of government subsic not receive their grades until savvey' ijlmyucation at 52 unive - Mr,-1-h 'Php winners will imm. ho was a e. Oleges in various par Q one of these, size. . l P try. In this prograrr X. .aul Cuba introduced hispartment pays for IPONENT' Dlillflylleiisil S stants and read the names ofand the normal fees the lettermen. He thanked the team, college. In addition jhe truth, th iff' faculty, alumni, and parents fOI'student with a S501 ing but Jlogan their fine cooperation. ing allowance. The the exponent' Co-captains John Buckley and Carl lake aglydiollietgieic .a Pelini presented Coach Cuba with ,aureae ,gl d, S ,s if we owned the pl: a, travelling bag' a gift from tl-select to .mc u ,mg Naval science sublec .fe had no trouble with the ing-shortagc. A furnished apart was at our disposal. llt's ni have relativesl Friday night. we attended Pepsi-Cola "Mixer," lt was tr its name. As we stepped insid door, we were swept away swarm ol' humanity. The next l I saw Jim, he was playing a tru l ii: the band, l gralibed a tabl pulled mysell' up from the tcam' is required to partie Father Holdbrook congratulated drills and cruises, 5 the team, the coach, and the bandqlatlonl to accept 3 G ts of honor, introduced bythe Navy Of Marine ues 1 M W. , . . , NJ n . aanludedified. After two year . dden. he may elect to tran X Calling All Talent! f, The al ReS,,,,,e and ,el il What?-Tintypes of 1947 - a - Ol-life' or he may re musical sketchbook. lf the m the regulllar Nagy' - Who?-Under the supervision l make the avy is ' of Fred Nebot and Bob Wilthew dusted mysell' off, hailed Jim kill When?-Third week in Jan. Town Advenflll we both climbed out a window l' Y Where?-Ursuline High- Sehrrroo Much For Richard "Bananas" Beshai John "Peanuts" Pavlinic Jacqueline "Jackie" Power Stella "Tut" Zulic JoAnne "Duchess" Morley Delores "De De" Reardon Isabel "Iszy" Meyer Richard "Kootie" Kunzer Jacqueline "Jackie" Work Catherine "Shorty" Welsh Bettianne "Betts" Powers Bertram "Blondie" Gallahl Peter "Peroxide Pete" Di Bruce "Spider" Owens NVilliam "Biddy" Beil Delores "Dee" Bartell Marilee "Merit" Reilly Joyce "Bo" Holway Rosaleen "Murt" Murtha Joseph "Jinx" Jennings Anthony "Zippy" Morocco William "Squirt" McNally "Joe Voss" lDanny Micha Francis 'Moon" Worellia William "Billy" VVQ-lsh Thomas "Gus" Gillespie Betty Ann "Lizzy" Linder safety. 3 auditorium. ' ' Ur ' The next day found us. not y Why '?-To raise money is BY Bm Bar' Sulme News fully recovered from the "Mixer the expansion ol' the glee cli This is thc story 4 Cgmmenfary gfmndinswsmztional meetings, at t and band, bovs in the "big City' Gilcfiviflm ab is i s tg I 4 S Not the least in the molding of Catholic men and women is the high school social life. Here at Ursuline, latest dance. party, or picnic was always one of the main topics of conversation. These get-togethers ened social contacts and left iond memories. Looking back over the school year many events siand out vividly. The iirst announcement over the P A. system . . .. . The Ditch Diggers Holiday .... Parson Brown, the vman, at the Senior Mid-Winter Hop . . . . rushing to meet a NEWS deadline .... rehearsing for the or play .... displaying the graduation ring for the first time .... the success of the magazine campaign . meeting Professor Quizz .... getting a prom date .,.. baccalaureate breakfast ..,. graduation it .... e Page Fifty-nmr i Che .X owing irocess om Physicists in the making . . . Jack Ashton, Jim Duby, Charles Hanna, Gene Ferguson, Mike Kachmer and Gerry Dobrindt. Pasteur didn't have inything on Ursuline's :he-mists. Page Sixty Biology students prepare for the annual science fair. Cgllfy II . IN I7 . . dll! I7 Numbers, numbers numbers! Ed snyder and his bookkeeping friends seem to enjoy them . . . Can't you tell by the smiles! Haste makes Waste . . . Not so with our typists. Draftsmen of the Future. Clie m!6llfL'0lZ6ll gfonor Society First Row-Elaine Newsome, JoAnn Morley, Ann Giblin, Mary Pallotta, Wilma Welsh, Linda Saulino, Joan Graham, JoAnne O'Connell, Barbara Rochford, Nancy Tinkler. Second Row-Ann O'Malley, Isabel Rudge, Mary Elizabeth Steadman, Margaret Vahey, Lisabethann McDonald, Irene Prawdzik, Mary Ann Everly, Joyce Charles, Mary Catherine Ryan, Margaret Clark, Nancy Knott, Marilee Reilly. Third Row-Ann Hrichus, Gerard Dobrindt, John Buckley, Fred Dunlea, Thomas Reedy, John Ashton, Jim Howley, John Pallante, Jim Mahoney, Patricia Bordwell. Most essential in producing better Catholic men and women for our world of tomorrow are scholarship, character, leadership, and service. These four constitute the requisites for election into the National Honor Society. Membership in this society is the highest recognition a high school student can attain. The requirements of the society are extensive enough to include var- ious types of students. Thus, it is not only the exceptional scholar who is eligible for membership. The boy who excels in athletics, the one who is an outstanding leader, and the student who is willing to devote his efforts to the service of the school, are but a few of the types of students who are eligible to become members of this society. The Ursuline Chapter of 1948 elected the following officers: James Howley, president, Jo Anne O'Connell, vice-president, Barbara Rochford, secretary, John Pallante, treasurer. Page Sixty-two ffm J111zz'01' own .jdcefflzq ofjffzc Gflr Joe Lettau had the role of bell ringer when the Junior Town Meeting of the Air was held at Ursuline on January 10. Tom Sawyer said a vigorous "Yes" in answer to the ques- tion, "Does Youngstown Need a Vocational S:hool?" gfiqb Szffzoof CjiLc'svsrr'r'f nfffzr' Cffr Every Saturday morning students of high schools in the Youngstown area presented their views on the news, fashions, and sports of the week. Jack Ashton, Pat Bordwell, Chuck Hanna, Jim Howley, Elaine Newsome and John Shutrump represented Ursuline and reported our news faithfully. Page Sixty-three U1's11f1'111'1111 Sh - Sh . . . Editor-at-work. Pat Bordwell carefully outlines her plans. Assistant Editor John Pallante has an idea which he imparts to Jo Anne O'Conne11. Isabel Rudge, Jack Ashton and Vic Shutrurnp seem to have noticed something more interesting. Pa Stxiu John Buckley and Bill Riley look over their business accounts. Count that money carefully, boys. I t'Hurry, Hurry, Hurry," were the by-words of the annual staff of '48. If you heard a clamor in the hall and frenzied voices it was only the annual staff rushing to meet the deadline. Planning layouts and looking over copy were just two of the many tasks capably handled by associate editors John Ashton, Jo Anne O'Connell, Tom Reedy, Isabel Rudge, Margaret Vahey. Working with one eye on the clock, the organization editors Margaret Clark, Lizabethann Mc- Donald, Mary Catherine Ryan, and Linda Saulino worked toward the deadline which at the time meant more to them than graduation day. If you heard two boys walking through the halls muttering figures and counting their fingers they were only business managers John Buckley and Bill Riley who handled the currancy. f dThey were ably assisted by Virginia Franken, Joe Jennings, John O,Malley, and Barbara Roch- or . The tremendous job of securing ads was performed by Mary Ann Everly, Pat Humphrey, Anna Marie O'Neil, and Josephine Yablonovsky, members of the advertising staff. Distribution of books was under the management of Jo Ann Morley, John Shutrump, Nancy Tinkler, and Earl Thomas. With ink smudges on their faces and hands Jean Collins, Joan Cronin, and Mike De Rose stretched their ideas under the supervision of Howard Witt, art editor. Athletic activities of the "Fighting Irish" were covered by sports editors Jim Mahoney, Gene Ferguson, and Charles Hanna. G. A. A. editors were Joyce Holway and Rosaleen Murtha. With a flourish of the trumpets and a roll of the drums, music editor Wilfred Day and his assistants. Tom Calpin and Theresa Martinko wrote their editorials for the Sharps and Flats Department. "Speed without errorn was the motto which head typist Jerry Dubrindt posted above the heads of his assistants Ann Giblin, Elaine Newsome, Wilma Welsh, Ann Doyle, and Jo Ann Geltch. A few gray hairs is the symbol of every feature editorg Ursuline is no exception. Ask Joyce Charles, Joan Graham, Rosamond Hottenstein, Anne Hrichus, and Helen Hutch. Information on class activities was furnished by Jim Duby, Mary Hestin, Jeanne Kuhns, and Dolores Lamb. Anyone who recognizes fine photography will appreciate the good work of photographers Tom Gillespie, Victor Shutrump, and Jim Wright. Now that the work and worry is over Editor Pat Bordwell and her assistant, John Pallante can sit back and smile with satisfaction at the finished product. It is a tribute to their fine work and organizing ability. The students and faculty are very proud of their annual. Congratulations, Pat Bordwell and John Pallante. Page Sixty-five DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club is open to all those seniors who are interested in displaying their creative abilities. Under the able leadership of officers Don Narry, Joan Cronin, Ed Klempay and Marilee Reilly, the members have produced many enjoy- able plays. FRENCH CLUB The French Club is alive and alert under the direction of its officers Margaret Vahey, Jim Welsh, Linda Saulino, and John Buckley. They depend primarily on their own time and talents for their interesting meetings. SCIENCE CLUB The members of the Albertus Magnus Club spend their leisure moments delving into the secrets of Nature. The standards of the club are very high. Students participating in the activities must maintain at least a B average. Officers of this club are John Buckley, Joan Scheetz, Joe Beller, and Joyce Charles. MISSION CLUB' We are happy to Welcome among our groups, the Mission Club. The industry shown at their meetings is a splendid representation of their spirit of cooperation. With Jerry Dobrindt at the helm, helpers Elaine Newsome, Gene Rock, and Mary Ann Everly lend a helping hand in promot- ing mission activity throughout the school. MATH CLUB This club enrolls all would-be mathematicians. The purpose of the club is to give the students a better understanding of the subject. At their meeting, under the direction of Jim Mahoney, Jerry Dobrindt, Isabel Rudge, and Jim Welsh, they discuss various phases of mathematics. Page Sixty-six f Q Y LATIN CLUB Future masters of the classics are the members of the Latin Club. These students of Cicero and Virgil meet twice a month under the able direc- tion of John Pallante, presidentg Isabel Rudge, LIBRARY CLUB U The members of the Library Club are acquir- ing an appreciation of the dynamic force of litera- ture. Book reviews are held at bimonthly meet- ings. They discuss Catholic literature and authors. vice-president: Dolores Costello, secretaryg and Tom Vahey, treasurer. Fred Dunlea. ENGLISH CLUB Students of fourth year English constitute the members of the English Club. Carl Pelini presides as president. Margaret Vahey is vice- president, Nancy Tinkler is secretary, and Jack Ashton is the treasurer. Onicers are Margaret Vahey, Jack Ashton, and SHARPS AND FLATS CLUB President Bill Day credits his club with music ranging from Beethoven to Boogie. Members support all the rallies and football games as well as furnish the background for school plays and other entertainment programs. Billfs fellow- officers are Theresa Martinko, and Loretta Olsav- sky. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club was originated to further interest in Spanish culture. The members are stu- dents of junior and senior level. Meetings are under the supervision of Dick Purol, Irene Prawd- zik, Phyllis Stratford, and Joe Vennitti. Page Sixty-seven Klip U1'11 JIVIZH ews STAFF Editor-in-chief A ...,,. Bill Barrett Managing Editor .A ....,....,,.. A A A A AA A Jim Howley First Page Editors AA A AAAAA Mary Kay Saunders, Joe Mcl-Iale Second Page Editors AA A ,,A.,AA Isabel Meyer, Jo Anne Fabian Third Page Editors A AAAAAA Mary Steadman, Ann O'Mal1ey Sports Editor A AA AA AAAAAAA AA A AAAAAAAAAA Jack McGooganA Feature Editors A AAA,,.A Don Narry, George Hotro Proofreader .AAAAAA AAAAAA A AA A AAAA A AA Tom Sawyer Business Manager AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA A A AA Jean Stratford Associate Business Manager AA AA AAAAAA Carl Pelini Circulation Manager AAAAA A A John Freidhoff Exchange Editor A AA Mary Conroy Staff Photographer AA AAAA .A Jim Wright Managing Typist AA A AAAAAAA AAAAAA A AA AA AA AA Dolores Barko Assistant Typists A A A AA Joan Virnmerstedt, Virginia Franken Page Sixty-eight Ou Ovews gi ood jfews "Dr," Jim Howley gives his diagnosis of the latest "News" issue at a meeting of the News Clinic. You read it every month, but did you ever stop to think just how much work is put into it? Ask Editor Bill Barrett and he'll tell you all the answers. Yes, Bill has a great task, indeed. Jim Howley as managing editor has his share of troubles, too. For the first page features, Mary Kay Saunders and Joe McHale are responsible, Isabel Meyer and Jo Anne Fabian, the second page, and Mary Steadman and Ann O'Malley, the third page. News of the local sports are taken care of by Jack McGoogan with feature editors Don Narry and George Horto. The keen eyes of Tom Sawyer aid his as proofreader. That "business-like" look of manager Joan Stratford is quite appropriateg also that of associate business manager, Carl Pelini. John Friedhoff, the circulation manager capably distributes the "News." Exchange editor is Mary Conroy. Jim Wright, the staff photographer, is responsible for the interesting pictures. Pounding the keys is managing typist, Dolores Barko and her assistant typists, Joan Vimmerstedt and Virginia Franken. Yes, we all enjoy the paper when it comes out, but no one is happier than the "News" staff itself. Page Sixty-nine cfm GM The music department of Ursuline can boast an excellent glee club that has shown marked improvement during the past year. This organization contributes largely to the success of many of the school activities. In December 1947, the glee club expressed the spirit of the Christmas Season with some of the best-loved carols. The harmonious renditions of 'tSilent Night" linger in the memories of those who attended the ceremony. In secular music, too. the glee club is very efficient. This was manifested by an offering of a medley of collegiate songs given in honor of the Chesterton Club and the "High Schools Newsreel of the Air" broadcast presented in January. Another sterling performance was given in "The Tintypesf, Elaine Newsome, Audrey Lozier, and Antonia Lozier proved superb accompanists. Our 4'Buster Brown" boys-Gene Donoghue, Dick Rezek, Bill Smaltz, Don Narry, Dom Lariccia, Chuck Vaughn and John Buckley. Page Seventy ax' x ,gm XX MN NC X ww, Xin ,....,.f-"' Q-,,,,-xx-M ,,,,,..4-uv-""'g"' R 'lJunior Miss," a lively comedy, was cleverly presented by the graduating class of 1947. Alice McPhillips enacted the title role of Judy Graves, a typical teen-ager. Her patient father and mother were Harry Wylie and Rita Hau. Nancy Lyden played Fuffy Adams, Judy's best friend. These actors, together with the supporting cast, produced an enjoyable show. Page Seventy-one f - "lf-' .Q E M' U x s 5 3 'S 5 A F 5 if I ww-KSN .f -Q M 7 K ,A 5 ,pw 1 'msgs ., i ,- -sm if in Q .SS Q we M, ff , sf ' if Y , 'fix' Q 4, -ik 1 N X 42 ww gen S, it , 1 59 5 .,-f' ' QQ BOOK WEEV b , .. , ws, I Q , 'l' .31 -f . . s ,AQ , 33 . ' gdgVv,mQdgk:., . K I ,J--M , 'N --'- ,, . - ui r S st' 1 'l .ai m w L x....,.X,ww N 1 .. 5 1 M 7' X,- PX' , .maxi Ls Q S QQ E x ,J '71 - ? 1:3 gg f .L A - V Q fx! 3 gi I L 4 K m V i g in W Glas CM!! When your name is found within Just sit and listen with a grin. If by chance we hit the truth, Blame it on our super sleuths. We, the graduating class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty Eight 119483, being of sound mind and reason do hereby following: To FATHER HOLDBROOK, so he won't get rust An Apologetics book, unused and dusty. To our TEACHERS, a love sincere Of your interest in the past year. To To To To To Knowledge, that you may all come through. the J UNIORS, a can of grease slide through the senior year in peace. the SOPHOMORES a portrait of us all give you pleasure in the study hall. the FRESHMEN, so young and true- JIM HOWLEY'S funny quips and quirps Are accepted by all junior jerks. JIM DUBY'S photogenic face Greets Andy Bartos who will set the pace. His knack for forgetting the locker key BOB CONROY leaves to Lois Ricci. FRED DUNLEA regretfully leaves Rita, so fair, With this warning: "Fellows, donlt dare!" MARILYN McDERMOTT'S poise and grace Is left to Frances Eskay to embrace. ANNA MARIE KUBOVlCH,S talent for sewing Is left to Peg Beil, a girl in the knowing. His cute little stick that leads the band RAY KLEAN places in Gene Purol's hand. The majorette position of J EANNE COLLINS is To Joyce Macy with many a regret. ANN GIBLIN bequeaths her typing speed For Joe Letteau, a man in need. BILL PATTERSON gives his dancing technique To Ralph Newsome, a jitterbug unique. BARBARA ROCHFORD'S constant activity We hereby will to Ed Kavinsky. CARL PELINI bequeaths his talent in football To Richard Rezek to use with care next fall. bequeath the Y, le GLENN PATTON leaves his tardy slips so "rare" For Johnny Murtha who doesn't care. Page Seventy-five DON O'HARA leaves his power to stare To John Flannagan who is a man so rare. TOM O'HORO leaves his excuses lame To Paul Reardon. Two can play this game . "Pack us your troubles," JOHNNY SHUTRUMP'S plea He leaves to Jack McKinney plagued by chemistry. TOM SAWYERKS strong imagination grand Is willed to Jack Higgins to command. RALPH SMITH leaves his businesslike domain To John Menosky, appreciating the gain. RITA KRAFCIK wills her golden mane To Ellen Casey of Junior fame. PAT HANLEY wills her good disposition To Gerry Baytosh who fills the position. BILL BARRETT wills his big blue eyes To Mary O'Learyg they're just her size. TOM BARROW'S ability to procrastinate Is left to Dick Thomas to imitate. MARIE SCHULER wills her hilarity To increase Mary Ann Carney's popularity. To any junior who will truck it Goes JOE BELLER'S old lunch bucket. MARY C. RYAN leaves her fancy songs To Pat Craven, who does them no wrong. ANN FINNERTY leaves her modeling ability To anyone else who has the stability. RAY BAKER presents his basketball shoes To "Peroxide" Gallagher who knows all the cues. JOAN SCHEETZ leaves her way with all, To be used by the senior of next fall. To any long-haired music hick HENRY BROCK leaves his hot licorice stick. "GUS" GILLESPIE, famous for his photos lst class Wills his camera to Mary Joyce, a photogenic lass. CHUCK HANNA'S beloved bright red hat, Goes to Jim Pallante who'll think much of that. The car of ED HAUCK without further ado, Is left to Lou Wolf who's fond of it too. DICK BESHARA leaves his love of a fight To Walter Bishop, who admires his might. ELEANOR TRANT'S unpredictable ways Are Lois Zuercher's for all her days. Tall BRUCE OWENS' wavy blond hair Goes to Bernard Olesky Know watch people starej. Patient THERESA ANN KUNZER wills her quietness To a junior girl. fHer name? you can guessl. Page Seventy- ' BIG JOHN BUCKLEY, his way with a girl, Bequeaths to Ed Graham, it's his for a whirl. RITA KORNICK leaves her tranquil air For Marita Hickey to have and share. ZIPPY MOROCCO leaves his basketball skill To Ben Cordetti, who's next on the bill. JOE MCHALE leaves his sarcastic way To make underclassmen gay. To all young pianists, ELAINE NEWSOME votes To give both classical and popular notes. JACK MCGOOGAN leaves his sporting page To Jimmy Charles, in his old age. JEAN KAHL regrets that she cannot share Any of her shiny light brown hair. "FAT', KANE leaves his "Atlas" frame To Elmo Miller for his own to claim. BUTCH KLEMPAY leaves his self-esteem To Chuck Koller who's on the football team. EARL THOMAS' corny jokes and puns Go to all juniors who are quiet ones. JOE VENNITTI leaves his knowledge and skill To Emil Kalafut to use if he will. JOE WELSH'S gift of a manner grand Is left for John J amrozik to take in command. JIM EDDY leaves his nickname "Balls" For Gene Rock to carry through the halls. MARY K. SAUNDERS wills her poetry To Donna Lubonovic with glee. ANN HRICHUS' knack for spelling Is willedto Ann Morano. flt goes without tellingj. MIKE KACHMER leaves his chemistry skill To John Gilmartin to use if he will. BETTY ANN LINDNER'S craving for a certain "soft drink' Sally Sheehan should appreciate, we think. THERESA MARTINKO leaves her sweaters so bright To J aney Walsh who'll keep them just right. Because the rain makes Rosemary Sturgeon feel so glad, She'll appreciate ALICE OSLAVSKY'S raincoat that's plaid JOAN CRONIN the actress from Ursuline High, Leaves her script to Donna Sudetic who'll give it a try. DOLORES WILSON gives her sly smile To Joanne Kerola for her to beguile. JEAN STRATFORD, a capable distributor of rings, Gives that duty to Phyllis who'll see to those things. BEV VAN DYKE leaves her knack to jitterbug To Jean O'Hara Who'll cut a cute little rug. Page Seventy-seve LINDA SAULINO'S friendly ways Go to Barbara Lehnerd, a hoarder of A's . ISABEL RUDGE, the cute lassie of 204 Leaves her bright scarves to Vivian Moore. NANCY J ONAS leaves her dancing technique To Joanne Marinelli, another dancer unique. PAUL UPSTILL passes on his lack of height, For John Frantz to always appear just right. PAUL SZYMANSKI presents his pleasing personality To Gene McCarragher, a boy with plenty of vitality. Her lively personality DOLLY LAMB relegates To Jean Shutrump to use on her dates. LAWRENCE MCKENNA leaves his funny jokes U5 To Fred Nebot to amuse the folks. ED SNYDER leaves his Dogpatch Walk For Pat Loftus to strut and stalk. DOLORES BARKO leaves her vitality To enliven Joe Petrony's personality. GEORGE HOTRO leaves his voice so small To Ed Billock. fWe can see it fallj. PAT BORDWELL wills her executive power To Isabel Meyer, the girl of the hour. DAVE WEITZMAN'S manner of asking questions Goes to Dick Yankel-the man with suggestions. JIM WELSH'S love of solitude Is willed to Paul Antonelli who likes that mood. BILL WELSH'S constantly changing appearance Is Dick Nollen's to keep with adherence. FRED WINTHER-the poor man's Vic Damone Leaves his songs for Jimmy Kennedy to groan. HOWARD WITT the artist unique Leaves Chuck Lehnerd his brush to paint a freak. "MOON" WORRELLIA wills his dry humor To Art Massaro. CThat's according to rumorj. JIM WRIGHT bequeaths his jokes of scorn To increase Nick Granito's harvest of corn. GEORGE YUHAS leaves Apologetics To Anthony Fata with "regretics." DINO CAPOROSSI leaves his last name To haunt Sonny Reardon or spur him to fame. JOHN CONNORS gives his glasses bright For Bill Welker to use in the day or at night. JOAN VIMMERSTEDT leaves her humorous expressions To Doris Darin without any questions Frank Zamary is the man we seek to endorse And take up DON FRANKEN'S Arthur Murray Course Page Seventy-eight MILDRED VUTUC leaves her trip through town To a sparkling and upcoming junior, Joan Brown . JACKY WORK leaves her chewing gum To Maxine Mayo who's such a swell chum. TONY PETRONY'S big time ways Go to Joe J ackovina for all of his days. BETTY BERRY leaves her tranquil air For Carol Manning to have and to share. TOM REEDY does bequeath To Martin Knapp, a couple of big feet. MARGIE WELSH leaves her diet To Lois Harbottle who says shelll try it. JERRY DOBRINDT leaves his Ascot ties To Ray Ochrnan, one of the Hollywood guys. ANN O'MALLEY leaves her shorthand worry To Alberta Carneyg she's not in a hurry. ROSIE DUGAN leaves her bright red hair For Joanne Weigel to make people stare. EILEEN DONNELLY leaves her baton For Bernice Ellioff to practice on. The secretarial ability of BERNADINE DILL Is given to Pat Shovlin, her leisure moments to fill. J INX JENNINGS' muscles-oh so spare! With Dick Barrett we would like to share. CHARLOTTE SCHOENFELD leaves her figures on ice To J o Anne Lyden who's also nice. Chaucer's corny English goes From DICK JACKANICH to Connie Ambrose. PAT HUMPHREY leaves her cooking skill To Annette Savo who also shows the will. To Joe Cassese with glasses that beguile JIM PAULL leaves his bashful smile. To Dolores Bartell we'd like to say Here, have the blond hair of WILLIE DAY! JAMES DIANA, his curly black hair Bequeaths to Jack Roach, who could use some RITA AMRIEHN with her pleasing disposition up there Leaves Mary Hughes her candy selling position. To Jack O'Neill, with best wishes goes The convertible wreck of MIKE DeROSE . HELEN HUTCH leaves her singing so rare For Ruth Freisen to try to compare. CHUBBY DiGIACOMOA bequeaths the key Of the youth center to his pal "T, C." LORETTA FARRELL leaves her ability in tapping To Lucy Dioria, who won't be caught napping. Page Seventy- n J OSEPHINE GARTLAND leaves her quiet ways To Margaret Denney to use in future days. A book of jokes is left by BILL RILEY To Jim Obendorfer who's always smiley. From JACK RODGERS to Gene Donaghue is willed, His black hair and king-sized build. PAT TOY leaves her hairbows so cute To Shirley Watson. fShe'll have some to bootj. JACKIE POWERS wills her giddy laugh To Maggie Gonda who displays no wrath. PAT PARSONS wills her "poisiness" To Theresa Flynn. Isn't she well blessed? JO YABLONOVSKY leaves her winning smile To Pat O'Shaughnessy for her to beguile. Wee MARY LIGAJ'S friendly ways To Gerry Baytosh, to use all her days. SHIRLEY PAJATSCH so pleasant and gay Leaves Delores Di Ciocco her cheery way. LUCILLE LOURY, a faithful band member Leaves her place to Joyce Daley to use next September The stenography skill of MARY HYNES so efficient Will make Ruth Friesen's collection sufficient. PAT KEASEY leaves her collection of tardy slips To save Mary Scheetz those extra office trips. PAT HOBBS leaves her excellent disposition For Pat Billock to step in position. RICHARD PUROL leaves his home room seat To Joe Fernadel. What a treat! WALTER MARTINKO would like to share With any junior, his curly brown hair. LORETTA HORVATAVITCH leaves her long bus For Betty Nakely to take in stride. JEANNIE KUHNS leaves her big brown eyes To Martha Milsop. They'll make her look wise. JOAN GRAHAM leaves her beguiling smile To Janie McBride to use for awhile. KATHY GILLESPIE wills her monitor task To Eileen French, with questions to ask. BILL SMALTZ gives his bright red hair To his little brother. What a pair. BILL McNALLY'S football pads Go to ambitious junior lads. JIM NOVAK leaves his lame excuses To Jack Walsh, for his various uses. MARY PALLOTTA leaves her stenography book To the junior girls who don't like to cook. Page Eighty ride THERESA SIKORA wills her manner so gay To Helen McCarthy to use every day. From GABBY TAAFFE to Peg McGovern goes Sparkling eyes and a pert little nose. BETTY JEAN WRITER leaves her place in Strouss' employ To Mary Werner, for her to enjoy. JOAN TOUPIN wills her gift of gab To Tom McNally, a quiet lad. The pride of the YURKO family, J EANETTE Leaves her place in line to Peg Chrishal, a cute majorette. STELLA ZULICK'S admiration for a football star Is left to Laura Ignatowski who will carry it far. NANCY TINKLER wills her complexion so fair To Marilyn Hart, a junior, to share. WILMA WELSH'S daily trip to Girard Is willed to her sister who blows the trumpet so hard. ANN DOYLE wills her last name to Sal, QA happy, jovial, junior gall. "MERT" REILLY leaves her razor-sharp wit To Marty Summers who can handle it. The lavish Wardrobe of MARY LaROSE Goes to Loretta Mitchell to add to her clothes. JOYCE CHARLES wills her old new look To Audrey Lozier who's as fresh as a brook. JEAN McLAUGHLIN leaves her pearl-white choppers To Arlene Cole who's full of whoppers. ALICE WILSON, another strutting majorette , Wills her baton and boots to "Frenchy" Gillette. MARY ANN EVERLY, a senior versatile, Wills her voice to Pat Boyd. QSmile, Pat, smilelj VIVIAN MAYCHER'S popularity Goes to Pat McQuillan who is full of hilarity. To Don McTigue, JACK ASHTON wills His excellent public speaking skills. DOT EDWARDS leaves her flashing eyes For Rosemary Moran to use on unsuspecting guys. TOM SAWYER Wills his broken limb To Jim Mazzi who has too much vim. DON NARRY bequeaths his famous voice To Don Durkin, an excellent choice . DOLORES REARDON leaves her "cutting a rug" To Pete Dignan, who's been bit by the bug. JOE MAZUR wills his long walk to school To Loretta Olsavsky. fWho could be so cruel?J Page Eighty-o JOHN CIGOLLE leaves his radio class To Joe Redachy, who we think will pass. JOHN HODOS leaves his secret love For Ed Lenton to handle with kid gloves . His dirty oil cans and gasoline tanks TED HUGHES gives to Dick Martin with a note of thanks. JOE KOKEN leaves his Speech class To Marilyn Halman, a Junior lass. The selling prowess of DON KRATOFIL Goes to none other than Margaret Ann Beil. Robert Wilthew, alias Bob Gets DICK KUNZER'S all-night job . - BILL BEIL'S form like Willie Hoppe Goes to Joe O'Brien for him to copy. GERRY BIGGINS' coal black hair Is now Tiny Costello's, to make the boys stare. MARGARET CLARK'S place on the honor roll Goes to Peggy Davin, to make her goal. ANN O'NEIL bequeaths her glasses so neat To Florence Freisen to make her collection complete. ROSEMARY McGORY'S sociable ways Are left to Geneva Vitullo for the rest of her days. From ROSALEEN MURTHA to Margaret Reddington go Those sewing talents of which we all know . HELEN MOROSKY leaves her sense of humor so grand To Sue Hyland, to use if she can. Her efficient manner, LIZ MCDONALD concedes For Jean Manley to use when she needs. The lengthy dimples of NANCY HENNESSY so fair She gives to Dot O'Harag such a pair! Her seat by the heat, JO ANN GELTCH hates to will To Theresa Blanco when she feels chill. DOROTHY SOBNOSKY passes the family name to Audrey With this little note of warning, never be tardy. A well known ragtime band receives its name From BOB JONES, who may thus win fame. The modish JO ANNE O'CONNELL, so deboniar To Rita Klein, leaves her Parisian air. VICTOR SI-IUTRUMPIS slow-like pep and vim Will fall to Dick Benton, who's just like him. MARGARET VAHEY, her sunny disposition bequeaths To Pat Smith to keep away all defeats. Page Eighty-two From JEANNE LANCE, who is always in style To Mary Mahoney goes her winning smile. VIRGINIA FRANKEN wills her sparkling eyes To Inky Crane to catch the sighs. CHUCK VAUGHN leaves his bulging frame To Pete Volgelberger to gain the fame. FRIEDHOFF and GIANGOLA leave their place in the news For Charles Lewis to express his views. CATHERINE ROGERS leaves her light brown hair To Sally Conroy who is so fair. The money box of MARY HESTIN Is left to Jill Mason to keep investin'. ANNA MARGARET JACKSON leaves her quiet grace To J o Ann Wiegel who will take her place. MARY LOU HACKETT leaves her favorite bug To Johnny Holway who isn't smug. BILL LYDEN leaves his place on the Struthers bus T oFrank Everly so he won't make a fuss. JOHN O'MALLEY leaves his Irish manner To Dorothy Lynch to carry the banner. JOHN PAVLINIC leaves his typing speed To anyone friend who is in need. ANNA MARIE FREISEN leaves her English book To someone to pass by hook or by crook. JO CONROY passes on the family name For her sisters to continue its fame. JERRY SAUSE leaves his favorite stance Tom Vahey's posture to enhance. NANCY KNOTT, invests her voice so fine, In Loretta Fabrizio, a singer divine. BABS PETRUSKA leaves her charming manner To no one else but Laverne Weinheimer. GENE FERGUSON bequeaths his grand physique To Danny Michaels. What a treat. JO ANNE MORLEY wills her Latin knowledge To Bill Duncan-who is going to college. JACK PALLANTE leaves his outstanding brain For Margaret Barbush to admire and sustain. Page Eighty-three Mary Conroy is the receiver Of MARY STEADMAN'S high school fever. ED CAMPBELL'S pea coat and bell bottom pants Are now Paul Kenny's in which to dance. Her winning smile and gracious style AUDREY MAHONEY leaves to Elaine Handel for a while JIM MAHONEY, the history whiz Bequeaths his knowledge to Professor Quiz. JOYCE HOLWAY gives her cute little snort To Bettianne Powers-she's such a swell sport. "MIKE, HOTTENSTEIN leaves her flaming head And warns Nancy O'Neil to beware of red. TOM VAHEY wills his home near school To help Bob Foley keep the rule. IRENE PRAWDZIK leaves her lovely blonde hair To some lucky girl to cherish with care. AMELIA MATASIC'S sweet gentle way Is Anna Marie Marino's at work and play. CATHERINE HERBERGER gives her poise and grace To Eileen Minahan, to agree with her face. A warning to Dick Coughlin: "Please Don't Muss!" Your inheritance, TOM CALPIN'S personality plus. For Frank Tevis to use for a while JOE CHIMENTO presents his Pepsodent smile. MARY LOU DUNN spills her eau de cologne O're Rosemary Green, the scent's now her own. JOAN FABIAN'S hate of any competition Is Ann Carabbia's, who has the same condition. Now we of the class will staff went mad, Trying to make the others glad. But seriously though we would like to say That we'll miss Ursuline every day. So when welre asked from whence we came, In unison we'll reply, We'll shout, we'll sing, we'll praise your name- GOD BLESS YOU URSULINE HIGH! Page Eighty-four G!6b55 F010 6Cy , . 4 .7 . , "You know, some people just don't have the right outlook on life. They rush here and rush there to make a lot of money, then spend it all to make other people think that they have a lot more. Well, you know how it is- they all agree that money isn't everything-just 9999 of it. Now, take me for instance. 'Course I'm not as well off as that Hackett girl who married the big shot of the Kane Sugar Company, or as famous as Coach Morrocco of Notre Dame with assistants like Joe Chimento and "Squirt" McNally, but am I complaining? No! I'm content to be just the plain, ordinary driver of the little old Logan-the "Big ll," the kids from Ursuline call it-and travel the same route day after day after day. Now, don't get me wrong-it isn't that my job's dull or boring-far from it. "When I get home at night, the little woman says, 'What's new today, dear?' And I can always give her the latest scoops because a bus driver knows all, sees all, and usually tells everything. Just today I heard that the lawyer fellow--Pelini, I think his name is--got a 315,000 settlement for Kitty Rogers, a famous model, when he discovered her cat in the clarinet of bandleader Henry Brock . . . That new Health Club downtown is almost finished. It's under the direction of heart specialist, John Buckley and brain specialist, William Riley . . . Youngstown now has its first woman mortician. Her name's Joan Sheetz and what's more, she brought her own coroner, Dr. Loretta Farrell . . . There's a good show at the Paramount tonight team- ing Joan Cronin and Don Narry in one of the sensations of the year. fMy wife's a friend of the manager, Jean Stratford, and we get free passesj. When we get to feeling ritzy, though, we put on our "glad rags" and take in a matinee at the 'Met' Our favorite is 'Haughty Marianna, especially when Mary Ann Everly and George Hotro have the leads. Hels the 'Como' of the opera you know. They have another new star, too-Jo Anne Fabian. But my wife, she gets crazy ideas and sometimes drags me off to the Patton Art Gallery to see just two pictures: 'Ursuline Students at Work???' by Witt and 'Zoot Suitsf by Jeanne Collins. The latest addition to the gallery is the portrait of the Kunzer twins who won the first prize at the Annual Typing Competition. "Sometimes I drive the morning Specials to Ursuline and those kids keep things pretty lively! Just the other day all the boys went to school looking half-scalped. They saw the newsreel of 'Butchl Klempay's flight to the moon and went straight to the nearest barbershops. Jim Welsh and Tom O'Horo almost made a fortune that day. But the girls-gab, gab, gab. Did you see the Vimmerstedt-Finnerty Millinery Shoppe since it's been re- modeled? fThat's Nancy Henessey's work of artj. Boy! Is it sharp! And those hats! Gerry Biggins' originals . . . Do you have that report on the new Mazur Building for Civics? Me neither . . . Think Sr. Isabel fRudgeJ will take Sr. J osephine's fYablonovsky'sJ place again today? . . . No wonder she gets 'A' in chemistry. I would too, if I had technicians like Betty Berry and Pat Humphrey to help me . . . I heard that Dr. J ackanich and his nurse, Margaret Vahey, are convinced that home work should be abolished to re- lieve the strain on the human mind. Hope it works . . . 'Whan that Aprille' . . . I don't see how Miss McDonald can stand this Chaucer . . . 'Whan that . . . And so it goes . . . on and on and on. They were all pretty peeved to- day. It seems a couple of old chiropodists, Joe Koken and Bob Jones, by name, wore out their own feet dancing in high school and are starting a campaign to 'outlaw jitterbugging., fHeard one of the girls say 'That could never happen at Ursuline dances!!, "And the kids aren't the only ones that talk either. No, sir! We have a little of everything, music, politics, gossip and what have you. Music Czar Ray Kleean is up in arms because Anthony Petrony added vocalists Page Eighty-five Helen Hutch and Dino Caparossi to his band without asking permission. I'l1 bet you didn't know that our next president might be a woman. Elaine Newsome's supposed to run. How do I know? Well, I'll tell you. I heard Jo Anne O'Connell, her campaign manager, tell Congressman Vennetti that he would be the Secretary of Treasury when she takes office. And that's not all. Did you hear about the feuds in Congress? There's one between Senators Howley and Duby and the Republicans Joe Jennings, Mike Giangola, and John Pavlinic because of compulsory arbitration plan for the problems of Mars and Pluto. One side contends that the good neighbor policy is at stake, and the other says, let's mind our own business! Then there's the Army-Navy merger plan. Both Admiral Eddy and General Robert Conroy are dead set against it. Guess it's all in how you look at it . . . Lucille Loury's all girl orchestra is appearing at the Stambaugh Auditorium for one night only next Sunday. I learned from two Ursuline girls that Catherine Blasick, Vivian Maycher, Jean McLaughlin, and Mary E. Stead- man, now fashionable models, came back from New York to put on a style show for the Ursuline girls. "See those two nurses getting on now They're Nancy Knott and Mar- garet Clark, supervisors of the St. Ursula Hospital. And let me tell you being a nurse isn't quite as dull as it's cooked up to be. Just last month these two took a trip out to Hollywood and they're still raving about it. They visited the studios of Patterson and Vaughn, both were fitted for an exclusive wardrobe from Madam La Rose's Fashion Shoppe. They met Charles Hanna and his leading lady Dolly Lamb, at the world premiere of their latest picture, "Annie Get Your Gun." It was one of the ten best shows of the year. Later they were introduced to the producer, Herr Earl Thomas. They say he's of European extract. fWhat a laugh! Many a morning I carted him to Ursuline High in good old Youngstownj. The next day they had dinner with that new comedy team, Mary Kay Saunders and Tom Vahey. But their biggest thrill was riding with the "King of the Cowboys," Jim Diana. He's not supposed to be much for women, you know. Next time they go back they intend to take lessons from the famous dancer, Nancy Jonas. "Just the other day a fellow left a Pittsburgh Post in here and right on the front page was a picture of the prettiest airline hostess you ever saw. And to make a good thing even better they were from Youngstown. You re- member them, don't you? Jeanne Lance, Joan Graham, and Rita Krafcik? I can still see them trudging along in bobby socks and 'Sloppy J oe' sweaters. No wonder we're losing all our business. But they say it's nurse Ann Hrichus who really keeps them on their toes. And they're not all dressed up with no place to go, either. In the background there, who did we see under the pilot cap but Jim Paull, Che was always air-mindedj, and co-pilot Gene Ferguson was there to see that he did a good job . . . I saw where that pro-golfer, Paul Szymanski, bought that patch of land on the outskirts of town, too. He's going to make a new golf course. To start the ball roll- ing, he's having a feature tournament with Bill Beil, John Connors, Anthony DiGiacomo and Jack Conroy. They sure draw the crowds. The last time I went to one I had a better time watching girls I used to know, Mary Pallotta, Amelia Matasic, and Loretta Horvatovich, struggle through eigh- teen holes, 'Never Say Die, is their motto. I love sports myself, and I'm pretty well known by the big timers, too. Now I don't like to brag, but- did you know Jim Mahoney was going to be the new manager of the Red Socks? No kidding! I got it straight from Jack Rodgers. Yes, I mean the star of the pro basketball team himself. "But my wife doesnit go in for sports, she's a fashion bug. Every so often she gets the urge and makes straight for the Margie Welsh Beauty Salon. She comes home sporting some of the silliest hair-dos you ever saw. But I smile and tell her it's lovely, and grit my teeth while she tries in vain to decide which operator does the best work: Rita Kornick, Pat Hobbs, or Anna Marie Kubovich. All this I can take, but I draw the line Page Eighty-six when she suggests that I let the manicurist, Bernadine Dill, go to work on me. That's going a little too far. "Tonight I should go down to Hodos Bowling Alley to reserve an alley for Saturday night. He's harder to find than a needle in a haystack, but maybe I can see the manager, Tom Sawyer. fOur team won't bowl any- where else since they hired Dot Edwards, Eleanor Trant, and Rosaline Murtha to instructj. The other team is just a bunch of young squirts. I remember their high-point men. Frank Worrellia and Tom Barrow, since they were too small to even lift a ball. It should be a good game, though. "See that white house over there? It's the home of Youngstown's pride and joy, John Cardinal Pallante. You know, he's in just about everything that comes along. Never saw the likes of him. This week there's a mis- sionary from Bongo Bongo staying with him. His name is Father John Ashton, but the natives call him "The great white father who sings." The red building to the left is Live and Learn College. It's the best in town, or in the state, for that matter. It should be called 'Learn and Learn More' I think. All the kids do in there is study, study, and study some more. And no wonder with professors like Gerard Dodrindt and Edwin Campbell to teach math and Latin respectively. Miss Saulino heads the music de- partment, and don't forget Jack McGoogan and Joe McHale are the science teachers. It's not all academic either. Dean McKenna just introduced Home Economics under the supervision of Dolores Reardon and Audrey Mahoney. He's going to have Patricia Hanley and Mildred Vutuc start a business course too. "Say, I'm starting to sound like a guide on a sight-seeing bus. Just whiling away the time I guess. And no wonder! It's way past lunch time. I always go over to Don and Ginny's Snack Shack. You know, the Franken place on Wood Street. Best food in town, I'm telling you. But thatis no surprise with chefs like Joyce Holway and Kathy Gillespie. The new managers just took over-Barbara Rochford and Jerry Sause. "Ah-here we are." "Read any good books lately? Hottenstein's Transalation of Virgil? Uh-no, that's not what I mean. Revision of the Arts of Shakespeare by Mary C. Ryan? Well, that's not exactly it either. Those aren't quite my type. Me, I'll take the good old mysteries. The New Adventures of Sher- lock Holmes, by Joyce Charles and Wilma Welsh are my favorites. But I'm not proud, and any good thrillers by John O'Malley and Walter Mar- tinko will satisfy me. Had quite a row wit hthe librarian-name's Mary Hynes-when she tried to wish poetry on me All of 624 pages by Dolores Barko or Jo Ann Morley, or somebody. Imagine! Oh, by the way, I hear the McGory-Hestin Publishing Company has just turned out another best seller. They're making it into an all-feminine radio serial. It was written by Mary T. Taaffe, produced by Anna M. Jackson, and will star Jeanne Kuhns. The name? Why, The Whistler. of course. "My latest interest is Learn Music in Ten Easy Lessons. by George Yuhas and Theresa Martinko. Understand that's how Dick Purol got his start. Now he's name band at the Palace Theatre. Some people say it's just because he knows the owners, Rita Armeihn and J acquelyn Work. "Let me tell you, it's no longer a man's world. Did you hear that Patricia Bordwell is now editor of the Vindicator? And her right hand men happened to be women, Marilee Reilly and Eileen Donnelly. They're the reporters of the fire at the Writer-Parsons Department Store. It was one of those human interest stories, you know. Seems after the owners worked their way up from the bottom, they hired classmates Mary Ligaj and Irene Prawdzik as managers, and Joanne Toupin and Jeanette Yurko as company nurses. I guess Winther's fire brigade CMike DeRose, Bruce Owens, Mike Kachmer, and John Cigollej got there just in time to save some the mer- chandise-bow ties by Ralph Smith, and the Smaltz hats, guaranteed to Page Eighty-seven hide the brightest red hair. The cops who helped Don Kratofil, the lieu- tenant, are both master sergeants now. Those boys were Joe Welsh and John Friedhoff. "And that reminds me, this week is election week. I hear Joe Beller and Don O'Hara are rivals for the governor's job. Myself, I'm not too par- ticular who gets ing they're both good men. Beller used to be a sharpsshooter on Tom Gillespie's Rifle Team. That team won international competition this year. He has full support of Mayor Reedy, but I hear the commis- sioner, Bill Day, is strictly an O'Hara man. Like I said before, it's a woman's world anyway. Ann O'Malley is running for councilman, or rather, woman. "Did you know that the Wilson 85 Wilson Weather Bureau forecasts heavy snows for at least three months Bev Van Dyke says it's music to her ears. She's making a fortune on the ice shows she puts on in her arena. That's where those professional skaters, Nancy Tinkler, Rosemary Dugan, and J acquelyn Powers acquired their amazing skill. "That reporter from Hollywood, Dorothy Sobnosky, really was good last night. She reviewed James Novak's latest picture, Julius Caesar. Her scoop was that he had made his own costume for the show. She hinted that Ann Marie O'Neil was working on her unique idea for a television telephone. It's enough to keep you awake nights. "Say! Do you ever have nightmares? One of my early passengers says he has a room in the Zulick Hotel right below the rooms of Ambassa- dors Mary Jo Conroy and Theresa Sikora. For weeks they had terrible nightmares until their dreams were analyzed by Drs. Tom Calpin and David Weitzman at Sl per word. Imagine, paying a dollar for every word! But I guess it was worth it. The worries about Afganistan caused them, and not the little quips of the parrot they say in Helen Morosky and Betty Lindner's pet shop. "Ed Hauck and Ed Snyder, President and Vice-President of the Sheet and Tube Co., went to New York via the Erie Railroad last month. I guess it was just like old home week. The conductor was none other than Bill Barrett. And they had the good old-fashioned cooking of Shirley Pajatsch, Ann Doyle, and Pat Keasey, to say nothing of the pastries of Alice Olsavsky. Then they stayed at the Upstill Astoria Hotel and the managers were Marilyn McDermott and Margaret Curtis. You can imagine the shock they got when they traced the Shutrump Sz Shutrump Construction Co. to the Shutrumps originally of Youngstown. I heard them say Anna Marie Freisen and the other office girls there, Marie Schuler, Charlotte Schoen- feld, and Jeanne Kahl have introduced new methods in their office manage- ment that make you feel as comfortable as you do on your own front porch. The Shutrumps have just landed the construction job for the New York branch of the Lyden Oil Co. Bill Lyden, the oil king, says he'll have the best of everything, even help. His secretary, Josephine Gartland, and re- ceptionist, Barbara Petruska, are both graduated from Geltch Sz Giblin Business Institute. "Well, fella, I guess I'd better get back on the job. I've taken too much time already and I have to stop at Patricia's Toy Shop. My daughter saw something in the paper about the collection of foreign dolls on display there, and she hasnit given me a moment's peace since. Personally I don't thank those socialities Mary Dunn and Catherine Herberger for their brilliant ideas. However, I must keep peace in the old homestead, I guess. Then I have to get my bus oiled at Ted Hughes' gas station, so I'll be on my way. So long. "Goodbye, George." Page Eighty-eight Mofdinq Gaflzofic .Men and Women In Youngstown, the production of steel is the basic industry. In order to turn out good steel, certain materials must be used. Besides iron ore, coal, limestone, and scrap iron are needed to make a "processed steel." At Ursuline, the molding of Catholic men and women is the basic task. It is the prime reason for the school's existence. Thorough instruction and guidance is the "iron ore." But, as in making steel, other qualities beside the "ore" are needed to make the finished product. The "coal" of this "industry" is English, math, science - our A B C's-our preparation to secure a position in later life creditable to our Catholic heritage. The "limestone" is sportsmanship-learning the difficult les- son of winning, or losing, fairly in any game-a quality instilled in our hearts on the gridiron and the basketball court. And, though the parallel seems obscure, the "scrap iron" is the extra-curricular activities - our Catholic action, the Exponent drive, senior play, publishing the "News," the "Tintypes," ditch diggings, proms, and social gatherings - our efforts to make the name of Ursuline shine brighter. With these thoughts in mind, we have compiled this yearbook -a diary of events occurring during our four-year stage of "pro- cessing. We hope you will enjoy it and cherish it all the days of your life. PATRICIA BORDWELL Editor-in-Chief Page Eighty-nine Amreihn, Rita Ashton, John Baker, Raymond Barko, Dolores Barrett, William Barrow, Thomas Beil, William Beller, Joseph Berry, Elizabeth Beshara, Richard Biggins, Geraldine Blasik, Catherine Bordwell, Patricia Brock, Henry Buckley, John Calpin, Thomas Campbell, Edwin Caporossi, Dino Charles, Joyce Chimento, Joseph Cigolle, John Clark, Margaret Collins, Jeanne Connors, John Conroy, John Conroy, Mary Jo Conroy, Robert Cronin, Joan Curtis, Margaret Day, Wilfred DeRose, Michael Diana, James DiGiacomo, Anthony Dill, Bernadine Dobrindt, Gerard Donnelly, Eileen Doyle, Ann Duby, James Dugan, Rosemary Dunlea, Frederick Dunn, Mary Lou Eddy, James Edwards, Dorothy Everly, Mary Ann Fabian, Jo Ann Farrell, Loretta Ferguson, Gene Finnerty, Ann Franken, Donnell Franken, Virginia Freisen, Ann Marie Friedhotf, John erzior irecfory Gartland, Josephine Geltch, JoAnn Giangola, Michael Giblin, Ann Gillespie, Kathleen Gillespie, Thomas Graham, Joan Hackett, Mary Lou Hanley, Patricia Hanna, Charles Hauck, Edward Hennessey, Nancy Herberger, Catherine Hestin, Mary Hobbs, Patricia Hodos, John Holway, Joyce Horvatovich, Loretta Hotro, George Hottenstein, Rosamond Howley, James Hrichus, Ann Hughes, Edward Humphrey, Patricia Hutch, Helen Hynes, Mary J ackanich, Richard Jackson, Anna Margaret Jennings, Joseph Jonas, Nancy Jean Jones, Robert Kachmer, Michael Kahl, Jeanne Kane, James Keasey, Patricia Kleean, Raymond Klempay, Edward Knott, Nancy Koken, Joseph Kornick, Rita Grace Krafcik, Rita Kratofil, Donald Kubovick, Ann Marie Kuhns, Jeanne Kunzer, Richard Kunzer, Theresa Ann Lamb, Dolores Lance, Jeanne La Rose, Mary Lindner, Elizabeth Ann Page Ninety ury, Lucille den, William ihoney, Audrey ahoney, James artinko, Theresa zrtinko, Walter itasic, Amelia aycher, Vivian azur, Joseph :Dermott, Marilyn :Donald, Lisabethann :Googan, John :Gory, Rosemary :Hale, Joseph :Kenna, Lawrence :Laughlin, Jeanne :Nally, William Jrley, Joann orrocco, Anthony Jrosky, Helen J. irtha, Rosaleen lrry, Donald ewsome, Elaine vvak, James Connell, JoAnne Hara, Donald Horo, Thomas savsky, Alice Malley, Ann Malley, John Neill, Ann Marie vens, Bruce llante, John llotta, Mary rsons, Patricia tterson, William tton, Glenn ull, James vlinic, John lini, Carl trony, Anthony truska, Barbara wers, Jacquellyn .rol, Richard ardon, Dolores edy, Thomas illy, Marilee ley, William chford, Barbara dgers, John gers, Catherine erzior Zrecfory Rudge, Isabel Ryan, Mary C. Saulino, Linda Sause, Jerry Saunders, Mary K. Sawyer, Thomas Scheetz, Joan Schoenfeld, Charlotte Schuler, Marie Shutrump, John Shutrump, Victor Sikora, Theresa Smaltz, William Smith, Ralph Snyder, Earl Sobnosky, Dorothy Steadman, Mary Elizabetl Stratford, Jean Szymanski, Paul Taaffe, Mary Theresa Thomas, Earl Tinkler, Nancy Toupin, Joan Toy, Patricia Trant, Eleanor Upstill, Paul Vahey, Margaret Van Dyke, Beverly Vaughn, Charles Vennitti, Joseph Vimmerstedt, Joan Vutuc, Mildred Weitzman, David Welsh, James Welsh, Joseph Welsh, Marjorie Welsh, William Welsh, Wilma Wilson, Alice Wilson, Dolores Winther, Frederick Witt, Howard Work, Jacquelyn Worrellia, Frank Wright, James Writer, Betty Jean Yablonovsky, Josephine Yuhas, George Yurko, Jeanette Zulick, Stella Page Ninety-one AUTOGRAPHS 4---------------..--------------------------------,------------------------------------------Q ---goooeoeooaoooocooooooooooooooooaooqooeoe PATRONS 'K 'K Dan Cashman 8z Steve O'Master Dr. William C. 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Johnston g and Sons -NEW- 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 1 1: Dry Cleaning Company ll nu 0 ll 0 0 2 z Phone 77800 O If 1502 Glenwood Ave. 0 1: Youngstown, Ohio Il n 0 0 4........-----------..----- -ooooooooooooooooooeeeoooo Qqoooooooeoooooovy 000-0090 4---..----..-------------------------------1f ----.. ---..---------------------y 4 ---- o +x---'--""-- ----- ---------if O O 0 O 2 3 I 0 3 2 3 Compliments of 2 O O . E 0 . 3 , 2 HARTZELL S z 0 , Home of Hart, Schaftner E g and Marx Clothes 0 2 O 0 z o z E O 2 Q 135 W. Federal St. 2 2 3 2 0 o 4-----....--------------0-1+ 41-Q---Q---Q-0---Q-----Q-0+ 3 2 0 O O 0 0 0 John F. Cantewell E 0 0 0 and Sons O z E z INSURANCE , 0 O S and g O REAL ESTATE 2 O O . 2 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 O 3 3 S Since 1884 ' 0 2 z Z01 Dollar Bank Phone mos 2 z E 0 o 4---------------------------1+ oooooeooooooo Q- QQQQ oooooooooooooocqqaq Best Wishes to the Class of '48 MAHONING COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE John C. Vitullo. Chairman John C. Cox, Secretary QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ooo--ooooooooeooooooooooooeoooqoa qoocoooooooooooo ooeeooooooooooooqqqoooooooooooooqeqx Congratulations to the Class of 1948, from Jack Armstrong Ben Bernard Jim Boyle Jack Canavan Bob Casey Joe Clark John Cunningham Jack Divine Jack Dorsey Jack Doyle Jim Gillespie Bill Herman Bill Hoover John Hughes Qqoooooooeeooooq the Fraternal Order of the S E N E C A lFounded in 19401 Jim Hyland Jack Jones Buck Joyce Marty Joyce Wardy Joyce Bill Keast Tom Kelly Shamus Kerrigan Herman Kling Frank Knisley Bill G. Lyden Tom Manche Tom McCaffrey Ed McGowan Jim McNicholas Don McQuillan Bob Morirson Jack Mullen Jack Mussler Jim Nagle Joe Newsome Chuck Roche George Shutrump 'FJ ack Stronsnider Bob Sweeney Bill Syron Jack Williams QQQ00-0900QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ oooocoooooooo t K Congratulations To The Class of 5, , i ,I :ll , 1 V' M ii VNVNYIWMAHNJ Ac' R 4 xx 'LK' 6 VF VJ Q? LAKE SHORE MOTOR 9 C O O O O O 0 O O O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 E 0 O 0 0 O O O O 0 O O O A 0 O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O O O E O O O O O O 0 O 0 E O O 0 O 0 O E I O O 0 O O O O O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 T CO. GH I E FR O 0 O O O O 6 O O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O E O O O 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 E O O 0 ooooooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 0ooeoooooq-oooqeooooeooooo Fruehauf Trailers "The Name That Carries Weight" 1215 Belmont Ave. ti Factory Branch-Ph. 35195 - 35196 Geo. Dentry. Branch Mgr. --..----..-----------------------g, 0 4- O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O I O 0 0 0 O 0 E 0 The New Hudson Here is a long. gleaming. style-setting beauty - a new kind of automobile - a car which up- on entering you step down into. not up on . . . its new. all steel Monobilt body - and - frame plo- vides more inside headroom than any other American car now being built. Manning Sz Morino Motor Co. 905-907 Wick Ave.. Ph. 42141 Youngstown 4. Ohio 000099-00ooqooooooooqoooa --------..---..Xv -oooooQQ.-..Qoo .y.---.. Qoooooooooooeoooooqogoooo Compliments of CROGAN PLUMBING - HEATING 1514 Oak Hill Phone 72833 oooogoeogaqooooooogooqoco QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ +1 o Don't Make A Move . . . UNTIL YoU SEE McNicholas, The Mover 1028 West Ryan Avenue Phone 4-0115 4-------------------------- 'A' ll' 2 1+ 0 QQQQQQQ----pageQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ gg--- y------------------..-----------------..---t Qeooooooooogqqeooooo THE FISH DRY CLEANING COMPANY O 41 Years of Dependable Service O SAVE 152 Cash and Carry at the Store in Your Neighborhood QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Always FIRST . . . with the NEWEST! B E N I T A Food Market Elm at Benita Phones 43112 -- 43113 ooeooqooooeoooooceooo ooooo Qoooo 4..---------,------------------------------Q. 4-..---..---..----..------------------..---1+ i Qeqqoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-k ooo: ct 9-00: : : : :oo-: :Qoo: :Q oo oo -go oo 4 tooo: QQQQQQQQQQ 0.00- Q-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Glasgow Tailors Custom Tailored Clothes For Ladies and Men T. P. Marelli 312 West Federal St. Youngstown, Ohio Qoooooooooooooooooqcoeoo o o Superior Chemical Products Co. 30-42 North Watt Street Chemicals and Cleaning Supplies for all Purposes Phone 3-2616 Youngstown, Ohio Qoooooooooooeo Qggqaqqqoooooooooooqso -----------------g, 00.0000000099 4.... ....-..-----..---g, Qogoooooegq oo 4 0.00-000oQcoco-0ooooqqooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQooooooooooooooooooo 0000-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ oooooooeoooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Congratulations to the Class of '48 STEEL CITY yemaieg COMPANY 2519 MARKET STREET YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO For Wishing You Happiness Ahead, Seniors GALLAGHER and O'HOR0 GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR Excavating. Concrete and Track Construction Water Mains, Sewers, and Underground Pipe Lines MODERN EQUIPMENT Office:-1818 Wilson Avenue YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO QQQQQQQQ 09.90900 QQQQQQ 409-9000000000QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQoooooeoax, ----------..---------------------y 4----- ooo-..oooo-oooo----Q-Q ooooooooooooqooooooeooooo Compliments of CLEAR SYLK 103 West Federal St. Complete Ladies and Children's Fashions Fifth Avenue Styles at Thrift Avenue Prices QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ James E. Modarelli Phone 3-7147 Buckeye Time Service Watch and Clock Repairing Authorized Service Station for Telechron, General Electric. Ingram and Revere Clocks and Nutone Door Chimes 504 Dollar Bank Bldg. Youngstown. Ohio QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ geo--- -----..-..-..-....---------------- 1+ 4 ----- 4...,------------..-..-..-....-..----------if 'A' O O 0 O O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 0 0 i O 0 0 Q .099 goo- -Q .Q oo oooo oo -oo oo f an 0 0 o 0 o O o o o o o o E o o a o a o o o o o 0 ll 0 O 0 0 nu u O O 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 A 5 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 O O O 4 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '48 The McCauley Family M il ooooooooooeoooocqooogeoo Compliments of Leonard Quinlan Service Station 25 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ4, Om h S l - r 9 I .M - P lcwus and Del R D . N - K C, E55 Refre g O O O O O O O O O 0 O O O O O E E O O O 0 0 0 0 E A 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 0 0 O O O 0 O O O O 0 O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O E I O O O O g Company ttlin B0 la Coca-C0 lla Ohio Youngstow O i O O 0 0 O E 0 0 O O 0 O 0 O E 0 0 O O 0 E 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 O O O O I 0 O 0 I 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 E 0 0 O O O 0 O 0 I 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 O E O O 0 U 0 0 O I OMOMMMMOMOOMMMOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOMM MMOMM 1. 6000000000000MMOOOMMMMMMMMMMOOMOMMMMOOMMMMMA, M H Q 0 M m m ml 3 6 m 0 N ' L S S P H m W W 0 0 0 W 0 L S e e O -I i A m -I A h S O W S M V S W N R 0 O 2 W D e um 9 o 9 M g I R N U N n O 0 h 0 1 e -C I . n I S O . d l C u C 0 O P l i n N ,M n d . d 0 . 0 O d n W 9 F a . a uw ' n Y R 0 . u 0 0 e ,S 0 H . H - e 0 O nd t M lm n E My mu M P 5 -R W mu 0 M H S M me M M i i a d . Q W m M -md M my m . . .M M W T n F 9 C C . . 6 Y C 0 Wu e M 0 1 H C Q . . . M M ' ...... ------------:-.. ....... ,-z---:-- xv ------------:--:-- ..... ---------:---:., t---:-- ."'... '...... - -----------------,.9, O Q B 0 0 . 9 O O nm M M 0 S .1 t Jw h N n M m M e H P , O I 8 O p S 0 . T 1. u r 0 O A I -I F R d . 0 A F . e L O m C k . Q U e r . . S m h E e M e A , F n e . O A H e Im . O R L H B -I M I . O G u W sm 5 C , N C S W 2 M 0 O r c 0 C M M L O U E 0 0 B A M zS--E- . ---,-z--:-s ...... --------:: 4 ,a..-----------------ze ........ .... - Oo--- 4------------------------------------------f tk -------------- ---------------------------- .k Q-- QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Diamonds - Watches Jewelry HENRY'S Up-Town Jewelers Guaranteed Watch and Jewelry Repairs by Expert Craftsmen Phone 82211 2730 Market Street Youngstown. Ohio Next to the Uptown Theater QooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ oaeooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Navinls Belmont Flowers Greenhouse Fresh Belmont Ext. Phone 3-9311 FLOWERS BY WIRE QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ooo 4------------------------------- ----------- 4 4------------------------------------------ 4 4------------------------------------------f 4------------------------------------------f -QQ Q Churchill Rest Home Home For Aged . . Invalids . . Convalescent MRS. L. E. FOGLE Manager QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 0- QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQqgooooooo CARS TRUCKS S You'll Like to Deal with BERGER MOTOR COMPANY Front and Phelps Dial 44193 USED CARS SERVICE oooooooooooooooooooooeoq.Q oo oooogqgqe--- QQQQQQQQQ 0 4------------------------------------------ Q 4------------------------------------------1, ------------------------ C. Roy Taylor INSURANCE AGENCY George F. McKenna, Associate Co --- ------- 15 East Liberty Street Girard, Ohio ngratulations and Best Wishes For Your Future Undertakings H U M E ' S YoUNGs'rowN's THREE DEPENDABLE FURNITURE STORES '25 0 252 West Federal 0 2930 Market St. 0 272 East Federal ------------------ O ---- 1, -- --- -- --- ---------------------- 4 ---.. O 0 O O 0 O O 0 0 O I 0 O O O O O O O 0 O O O ---------------------------f -- --- --- -- 4.-- ---------------------- ---- ------------t ------- --------------- 4- I I O O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 O "k ----- -------- ---- -- ---- -- --- -- K-- ------------------------- Ohio Auto Body and Paint Shop FE5' 45 West Madison Avenue Youngstown, Ohio W , WWW! Serve ,E En Joy lsaly's Three-Layer and Novelty Center Ice Cream Bricks. Tops in Delight For Party or Dinner Dessert. ---------- -------------- - -------------------y - ----------------- -- O I O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 I O O 0 O O O 0 I O O I 'I- 4 ------------------------------------------ Q 4--------------------0---------------------Q 4---------------..------------------..-----f vQQooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ooooooooqooooooooooooooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Qooooooqeoooo Congratulations! Class of 1948 The tuture belongs to you! And it is yaur God-given right to use that future to make a world that shall ever be free of hate or fear or want. Yours is the Atomic age .... an age in which the world will witness almost unbelievable progress .... it is up to you to use that progress .... not to destroy .... but to make a world where there is truly liberty and iustice for all .... McKELVEY'S 1883 - 1948 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Congratulations Graduates! THORNTON? Q u a l i t y Laundry-Dry Cleaning 8: Fur Storage 234 Belmont Avenue Phone 4-0155 0QQ0.00.00oQ000-ooooeaooqoooooooeoooooqooooooqoooooooooooo QQQQQQQQQQ. QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 4------..----------------------------------, 4-----..----..-----------------------------4 1------------------------------------------f y------------------------..---------..-----f -ooo 00-00-0QQQQQQQQQ4-00QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Compliments of The Hunter Construction Company Erectors of Steel Industrial Buildings . . . . Bridges Mahoning Bank Building Youngstown. Ohio Q QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ oooeooaoogoeqooooooooo QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Congratulations Men and Women of the Future PAST TIME CLUB 602 MASON STREET NILES. OHIO "SHINE" JENNINGS, Manager QQ00QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ, Qooooooooooooooggg oo-- 4 9---oooooooooooQooooooooooogoooooooooooqoof 4------------------------------------------y 333333333333333333333333333333333333333333t i33333333333333333-333333333333333333333333 1 . i i i f i 3 1 3 2 3 S 1 Z i Z . 3 3 2 2 T n O . M E 'E S VJ O . H Il S n O . M T a I a H 0 M F m um ml . O W O u C H M M O 0 D . . C J C 0 n e Q Q kd u iw 9, . 0 j n ln P . 0 pl e O . 0 I V . 0 u A I X O xi--- ...................... O--- ............ 4 S h W WWW N wa M am 5 N g X O .'..'... --'---------- ................'... -i H S n . an 3 8 W My M N V m Y Q M M g . O N . .m X 3 W d - S L M n N . M M -M h an W S A 0 O X a S um 1 UD 0 m t 9 h 0 O H d P a u S e e a O O w u P a P M m n M O . W G S O b I F a O -I I I h O . 1 S e h I I . M a 0 M M H m S M M W M M n 0 Q W H nm T M M H 0 O M S 1 w 0 N F O O 3333333333333333333333333333333333333333334 4-333333333333333333333-3333333-3333333333- K -0000000000000OOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000- A, AxOO0000000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- 9 O 3 3 o it z , o Compliments of 5 2 Compliments of o 5 z 3 2 3 3 o . . 3 g Flsher Appliance Co. BILL DUNN 3 2 3 3 2 YOUR 3 g o o STUDEBAKER Q 2 1oz wick Avenue o DEALER 5 2 3 E MAYTAG and G. E. 3 2 3 S 3 3 o o 1+ 4 + +- o o 2 3 o o 3 g ENJOY o o o Society Brand Clothes E g o o F r Young M n and Men 2 2 2 2 Ice Cream Who Stay Young Q Q 2 S and 6 9 . 3 g Dalry Products o o The Squire Shop 2 2 1 o o 2 S Telephone 3-2161 o o o o g 2 The Youngstown o o 2 E Sanitary Milk Co. 139 w. Federal si. 2 . 2 2 715 Erie Street S 3 Youngstown, Ohio o Q o O O 0 O O O O 0 O E E O O O E O 0 O 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 4 41 9 0 5 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 AXOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOOOIOIOIOOOOOOOOOO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. A, Z v Q -LWB--P QW'-:J Si Y I le E Y N A P M N 0 6 M C Im H, E L 6 LM My m M D M3 i I. Yflwv um. a i 2y m N 0 RPM-S C E Im E Q D A H S t I E H T 'OOOOOO00000000000000IO000000000000OOOOOOOOOGOOOIOCUOOOOOO 'OOOOOOUO 0OOOOOOOOOIOOIOOOOOOOOOOO t 41---------------..------------..------ t 4g--------------------------,-------.... 00QQ-,---QQoo00QQQ0QQQQQQ0QQQQQooQoooooeooooeoooooeooegggq Compliments of The Chas. Shutrum Sz Sons Co. Incorporatedp GENERAL CONTRACTORS P. O. Box 366 Youngstown 1. Ohio Phone 28137 ooeooQ.-QQ00-QQQooooooooooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ -QQQQ00o0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooeo-Q oeooooooooooooooaoo u It matters not how straight the gate. How charged with punishment the scroll, I am the captain of my fate: I am the master of my sou1!" iWilliam Ernest Henley! Congratulations, Class of 1948 STROUSS - HIRSHBERWS Youngstown . . . Warren . . . New Castle QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQooooc000o00000-90Qooeoooooooooooeqo 4------------------------------------------, 4---QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-------,---------1. ,K ------------------..-----------------------t oooooqt Q. 4 ---------------------------------- 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 O 0 O O O 0 O I 0 O O 0 0 O O O O I QQoqeqoeoooooocoooooooooo The Dutch Hut Delicious Sandwiches and Steaks Three Locations To Serve You The Dutch Hut ,..... 17 E. Boardman The Dutch House .......... 28 S. Hazel Holland House .........,... 29 S. Hazel ooooooooooooooooooooooo-- Compliments of Ohio Leather Company GIRARD. OHIO ----------------------------------4 Q. O 4.--- 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 E O O 0 0 0 0 --------------------------------4 oo Q. 4------ --.k 1 ooooooooooooQooeoeoooeooooooooooooooo -.---.k QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Compliments of Klempay. Brothers House Moving Heavy Machinery Moving General Construction Work 1131 E. Boston Ave. Phone 2-9336 Fred B. Handel 8K Sons FUNERAL DIRECTOR 292 West Madison Ave. Youngstown. Ohio Serving Our Friends For Over 38 Years Pt I ooooooooooooxoqooooo ooooooooooccoooooooooooc ooo- ooooqqooogeeooogqooo oooeeggqqqqoooooooogqqoa 4------..-----------,---------------,------y 4 ------------------------------------------up 00000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000 ,4 mama Humax. . . more beautiful than a painting by the old masters . . . can be afforded by all. We wish to extend our good wishes to the Senior Class GATSCHENE STUDIO 104 West Wood Street Youngstown. 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