Vincentian High School - Vincentian Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1946
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Most RW. Hugh If Boyle, Bishop ofPi1rfslmrgh
We rejoice most heartily at this opportunity of dedicating the
VINCENTIAN of 1916 to our beloved Shepherd, the Most Reverend
Hugh C. Boyle, on the occasion of his twenty-fifth anniversary as Bishop
May varh day qf swvlffe, whirl: time will yet urgfblrl,
He riulmr with hlffssirigs as the silver turns to golfl.
AROUND THE CLOCK
AT V H S
For the first time in four years, a Vincentian graduate may step out
into a world of peace. Our former high school days witnessed the brutality
and desolation of a world at war. We had no idea what to expect next, but
finally, through numerous prayers and the mercy of the omnipotent God,
victory was won and negotiations for lasting peace are under way.
Looking backwards, we see that despite the war, many happy school
days were spent amid the serene surroundings atop St. Vincent's Hill. These
school days began and ended in prayer - - prayer for the termination of the
hostilities and cruelties of war.
Finally, in a world still striving for peace, we graduates find ourselves
ready to open the door of life and to embark on our future careers. Equipped
with the strong principles of a good Catholic education, we lay aside our
school texts and look a little fearfully, expectantly and hopefully to the
world at large, as we step over the threshold of a new life, wondering what
it has to offer us and what we have to offer it. Yes, those blissfully happy
days shall be a pleasant memory of carefree schooldays gone by.
To almighty God we pray that He may give us the grace to hold
steadfastly to our Christian ideals--come what may!
Our Chaplain, Rev. Father Thomas Eichenhoffer, C. PP. S.
This is a time of great satisfaction for you. for Graduation marks a
very special moment in your life. You will often recall it as a precious mem-
ory. Life is an art. To live well may be the greatest of arts.
As children. when you began schooling you memorized without fully
understanding it, the answer to the first question in the Catechism: Why
did God make me? The purpose of your years of schooling is that you may
fully understand and put into practice this first lesson.
Although young, you have certain definite assets to bring to the world.
You possess real Religious Training. a thorough knowledge of various sub-
jects behind which lies a great unseen force. Also you possess enthusiasm.
And then you are endowed with another marvelous gift, namely, the power
of making friends and drawing others to yourselves. No other class before
you possessed this happy faculty in so high a degree. Try to preserve this
great gift throughout your whole life.
God bless you and may the Blessed Mother guide you.
Reverend Mother Mary Gregory
The beloved counselor, guide, and spiritual directress to whom we
turn in all necessities is, Venerable Mother M. Gregory. Despite her mani-
fold duties as head of the Community of the Yincentian Sisters of Charity,
her interest in our spiritual and intellectual development is not lessened.
Mother M. Gregory is an inspiring example for us -- gentle, kind,
thoughtful, and charitable. She realizes our need for guidance and is always
willing to assist us in doubts and difficulties.
Gifted with a lovely and excellent tone quality and intensely interest-
ed in music, she seeks to impart some of her knowledge and appreciation of
music to us. Each evening under her direction. we tune up and train our
voices for a sweeter, more beautiful rendering of praise to our Lord.
Through her admonitions and example, many of us have acquired the
"little way" of perfecting ourselves.
Sister Mary Lucretia
Sister Mary Martina
Sister Mary Ambrose
Sister Mary Eniiliana
Sister Mary Celestine
Sister Mary Hngoline
Sister Mary Ildephonse
Sister Mary Mildred
Sister Mary Celine
Sister Mary Amadea
Sister Mary Germaine
V H S FACULTY
Principal, Religion Il, Geometry, Algebra III,
Problems of Democracy, American History,
Orchestra, Private Music Lessons
Private Music Lessons, Music Theory
Religion I, English I, World History, Slovak
Librarian, Library Science
Directress, Religion IV, English IV, Chemistry
Biology, THE 1946 VINCENTIAN
Latin I and II, General Science, Algebra I,
French III and IV, Health
Religion III, English II and III, Shorthand,
THE 1946 VINCENTIAN
Typing III and IV, Shorthand,
Sims if .
Time changes all things including the scenery on our campus. No
matter what season it may be, the admiring eyes of Sisters and students
feast with pleasure on the beautiful wonders of "Mother Nature". As au-
tumn embellishes our campus with the different shades of red. yellow. brown.
and green, many interesting activities take place. While heaps of rainbow
leaves flare up into huge honfires, wiener, marshmallow. and corn roasts
top our list of entertainment. Hay gathering. corn husking, and horse back
riding with the wind through your hair, gives you that wonderful "glad
to be aliveu feeling.
Mr. Winter, full of vim, vigor, and vitality covers our campus with
a Huffy, crystal-like blanket. Jack Frost dips the thermometer to 0', pokes
his finger into the lake and invites the girls out with their sleds, and ice-
skates. Pink cheeks and red noses are an indication of fun and health.
In comes March like a lion, out he goes like a lamb, leaving behind
Miss Spring, who wears a beautiful pale green dress trimmed wiih sequins
of sunshine. Her hair is braided with pussy willows and tulip red lips. This
exquisite creature graciously decorates our campus for the beautiful May
Crowning ceremony and also for graduation. When the graduates bid their
Alma Mater farewell, they will carry with them the portrait of her clothed
in the loveliness of the seasons.
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ORDER OF THE DAY
6:20 Rising time for all
7:00 We honor our Lord at Mass
7:45 Breakfast starts rolling the ball
8:45 It's time to go to class.
12:00 Noon time is lunch time
1:00 Our first afternoon lesson '
3:30 Orchestration - - time for musical rhyme
4:15 Various clubs are now in session.
5:00 Recreation -- have your fun
6:00 Supper -- now we dine
7:00 At Choir Practice we sing as one
7:45 Benvdiction - - Girls! Keep in line.
8:l5 Ali! S'udy and let the brain be fed
9:15 We wash the day's dirt off, and
10:00 At last we find true comfort in bed.
Resident students find "boarding school" a good deal
of fun. Despite the early rising, one does not tarry in the
dorms, because it is a mad rush to the wash-room where the
maxim, "first come, first served" predominates.
Never a dull moment for the academy students, be-
cause eavh one follows a full schedule. Under the guidance
of our faculty. classes prove most interesting and hold the
attention of all.
Open air recreation tends to stimulate the appetite
considerably: hence, meal times become an important hour
of the day.
After class time, study periods are not neglected, as
one can readily judge by the earnestness of the students
during these periods which are supervised by various mem-
bers of the faculty.
With towel, soap, and toothbrush in hand, once more
there is a dash for the wash-room, where the rules of health
are faithfully observed.
The most welcome time of day, however, is bed-time,
when after a scheduled day of studies and recreation, one
may truly appreciate a comfortable bed.
COME LET US ADURPI HIM!
At any time of fi
the day, the students X
steal softly into the chapel
and up to this lovely altar to
have a few words with llim.
Who dwells in the Tahermu-le.
Une Could not hope to find a better way In
Start the day, than to :ipprozwli the Tzthle nt' th
Lord. Thus armed with llis graces, we gn fm
ward to meet the day's trials and temptzititms.
LORD, I AM NUT WUHTIIY . . .
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GRAPEFRUIT IN YOUR EYE!
Immediately after Mass, the girls' refectory becomes a beehive of
activity. When a short reading from Character Builder is over, dishes and
silverware start their musical clatter. One hears snatches of conversation
such as: "Guess what I dreamed last night?" or "Please pass the butter,"
or "Would you mind aiming that grapefruit juice at someone else?" lt's
really at breakfast that the girls start to perk up and don their "fresh as a
AMERICANS IN THE MAKING
Without a salute to our flag and the singing of the National Anthem,
the day's schedule would he considered incomplete. .lust before the morning's
busy classes begin. we assemble to pay homage to this great land of ours.
School days school days, dear old golden rule days.
FRES H M EN
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COURSES OFFERED AT V H S
P. O. D.
Year Book Club
Ruth Rosemary Dorothy
Ruth Marie Brandenstein St. Kilian's Parish
Box 256 Mars, Pa.
Enrolled in VHS as a senior, this newcomer has spent the year getting acquainted with
boarding school life. Ruth seems to think it's rather nice. and her many friendships indi-
cate that the feeling is mutual as far as she is concerned. Her leisure is divided into
periods for reading, dancing and swimming at which she is an apt pupil.
Because of her friendly but coy ways
Ruth has had many happy school days.
In her search for further knowledge
She intends to go to college.
Rosemary J. Colucci .,St. James Parish
808 McDonald Street Sewickley, Pa.
Rosemary is about the only senior who manages to attain high speed and accuracy in
typing when her fingernails are long. Her main interests lie in sports and dancing which
she can do well, especially jitterbug. A loquacious person, she likes to laugh and even
more so, wise-crack. As an asset to popularity and lasting friendships, this quality has
added to Rosemary's lovable personality.
Rosemary, as her name implies,
ls as fair as a summer flower.
In her "Bangs" the attraction lies,
Causing her popularity to tower.
Dorothy Marie Kracunovsky St. Michael Parish
1226 Ravine Street Munhall, Pa.
Loyality to her Alma Mater and her classmates is emphasized in every phase of Dorothy's
school life. Holding the oiiice of the president of the Student Council, she has exerted her
influence in enforcing its principles. Effectively she has performed her duties as treasurer
of the SODALITY. As proof of her captivating personality and virtuous character, "Dot"
was chosen May Queen. God certainly has something special in store for her.
Her sparkling eyes and cheerful smile
Illumine her Winsome face.
Alert of mind, pure of soul,
This makes the perfect base.
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Eleanore Florence Rita
Eleanore Marie Kuban St. Michael Parish
143 Marigold Street Munhall, Pa.
Next, into the spotlight ofthe senior line-up, steps this intelligent honor student, who is
loads of fun. Although Eleanore isn't a second Kriesler, she does play the Violin fairly
well. "Kubie" presents a refreshing contrast to the studious type of scholars, for she
likes dancing and all socials. Because of her fair tresses, she is referred to as "Blondie"
with a congenial personality.
As a student she does excel,
And at a dance she is a belle.
lf beauty and brains did not mix,
Then "Kubie" would be in a fix.
Florence Elizabeth Marcinko' St. Michael Parish
155 Mitllin Avenue Whitaker, Pa.
"A friend in need and a friend, indeed!" - that's Flo. The cheerfulness of her smile
radiates the love that infiames her heart for her fellowmen. Her helping hand indicates
her charity, Ranking in the upper bracket of her class, Flo's ability also extends to the
intellectual phase of her life. Active in extra-curricular activities, she has illustrated her
willingness to co-operate by her outstanding "Ad and Patron" contribution to the year-
book fund. As the president of the Wicks, this postulant plays an important role in fos-
tering religious vocations. All in all, Florence is a young lady of whom her Alma Mater
can well be proud.
At her birth the stars shone brighter
And illumined her face.
llark-haired Flo makes hearts lighter
With her kind and cheerful grace.
Rita Alyce New St. Jerome Parish
R.. D. 71451 Charleroi, Pa.
The skill of her fingers is an indication of Ritafs proficiency as a seamstress. Crocheting,
weaving, and dressrnaking are but a few of her abilities in this regard. Her housekeeping
habits in boarding school life further reveal her domestic competence. Rita's ambition
soars a little higher, however, as she prefers to be an air hostess. "Quiet but pleasant"
best describes her personality over which a love of fun predominates.
All of us have been given some skill,
As an asset in the life ahead.
Rita has a special place to fill - -
Lucky is the man she will wed.
"' Excelled in Ad Campaign
M arie Lorraine Agnes
Marie Eileen Pisarchek St. Sebastian Parish
908 Henry Street Belle Vernon, Pa.
As vice-president of the Student Council and a member of the Marillac stai, Marie has
executed her appointed duties with fidelity. In the WICKS and the SODALITY she is
getting a religious foundation for the nursing career to which she aspires. Being eiiicient
and reliable, this young lady will surely be a success.
Kind, honest, truthful and charitable
Are the qualities of our Marie,
Whose ambition is to become a nurse
And do her work faithfully.
Lorraine Rose Rninero St. Raphael Parish
757 Chislett Street East Liberty 6, Pgh.
Lorraine's skill as a typist discloses a burning ambition. It is this quality which some day
will make her a fine nurse. As assistant librarian, she had helped others to recognize and
love books as true friends. In the capacity as secretary of the student council, Lorrie
contributes to the maintenance of the school discipline. Her sparkling eyes disclose the
alertness of her mind, a quality indicated by her scholastic ability.
Always ready with a helping hand,
Grateful for all others do,
Lorraine is one of the best in the land.
We echo, "Merci beaucoup."
Agnes Marie Rakocy' St. Matthias Parish
912 Cornell Street Youngstown, Ohio
Welcomed into VHS as a junior, Agnes had endeared herself to the hearts of her fellow
classmates during the two ensuing, happy school years. As secretary of the WICKS, this
devout aspirant labored to foster religious vocations. Her cheery disposition will be an
asset in surmounting the crosses and enjoying the pleasures of a Sister's life.
Gentle Agnes heard the Saviour's call
To serve Jesus as His bride.
ln a nun's habit in Heaven's Hall
She'll stand by her Bridegroom's side.
"' Excelled in Ad Campaign
Isabelle Dolores Dolores
Isabelle Margaret Rayner St. Matthias Parish
2400 Wydesteel Avenue Youngstown, Ohio
The most outstanding fact about this belle is her scholastic ability. She has been on the
honor roll every semester for ber entire four X years at VHS. Proving herself capable of
holding important positions, she has been elected president of the Sodality and Editor of
the MA RILLAC. With all these responsibilities, she has found time to participate in many
other activities. Issy spends her leisure time reading novels, listening to semi-classical
music and just getting into mischief.
Issy is a happy lass
Of our merry Senior class.
With her eyes and hair of dark brown
She's got a smile that lights the town.
Dolores Emily Schramm' St. Therese Parish
R. D. if 1 Allison Park, Pa.
As vice-president of the Senior Class, Dolores has displayed a cheerful and co-operative
temperment. Gifted with a yodeling talent, she is fond of music. She has served us faith-
fully as our librarian, and it's been a pleasure watching her smile as she busies herself.
By her usual quiet, charming ways, Dolores has endeared herself to the hearts of her
Our "Dolly" will quite steal your heart away
With her kind and friendly deeds.
ln the library she plants ev'ry day
Fiction and biographical seeds.
Dolores Jane Slifka St. Matthias Parish
2554 Taylor Street Youngstown. Ohio
That good things come in small packages can well be said of Dolores. Her cheerful face
tops a height of 5' 3". Dee who loves sports heads the list of eager participants in the
recently organized dancing and swimming classes. Her friends all think "Slim' is rather
nice because she's got the cutest personality.
It is just the natural plane of things
For joys to quickly Hee.
That's why it seems like yesterday
We were saying "Hello" to Dee.
"' Excelled in Ad Campaign
Catherima Bernardine Ann
Catherine Angela Torisky St. Matthew Parish
Apt. 79 3058 Zaruba Street Pittsburgh 10, Pa.
Since her Freshmen year, Cathy has been an active member of the Debate Club and now
in her Senior year has earned the distinguished title of "Our Best Debater" of '46, As
president of the senior class, this young miss strives to be first in every undertaking! Her
love of the various sciences will benefit her in her pursuit of a successful nursing career.
Cathy is petite but mighty, V ' ' '
In her work she's never ilighty.
When dancing with a lilting grace,
She always wears a laughing face.
Bernardine Ann Vojtek' Holy Rosary Parish Y
Box 53 Republic, Pa.
Bernardine's joyous school days on St. Vincent Hill became happier still upon her entrance
into the Novitiate. Turning to her scholastic ability, we find she excels in shorthand. With
her frank ways and sporty nature she has won many friendships.
This small young miss of the senior class i
As a shorthand student does surpass.
But she has heard the Savior's call - - -
Surely her life will not be dull.
Ann Elizabeth Wandzora' St. Michael Parish
Box 417 Terrace, Pa.
Welcomed by her Alma Mater in the latter part of her freshman year, dark-haired Ann
has spent a little more than three fruitful years on St. Vincent Hill. Her face, wreathed
with smiles, emphasizes the fact that she loves to laugh and her witty words incline
others to do likewise. In the beating of the drums which she plays efficiently, her musical
talent is expressed. A display of her initiative and fun-loving nature is found in the feature
page of the MARILLAC. "Personality plus" is an apt sum total of Ann's Winsome ways.
Because she loves to laugh and smile I i
A popular lass is Ann.
When she leaves in a little while
All High School Books she'll ban.
i' lixcelled in Ad Campaign
First Row: Mary Baksi, Rosella Barretti Leona Gambol, Gertrude Honeygosky
Second Row: Therese Hornik, Josephine Hrbal, Therese Komara, Irene Kostelmk
Third Row: Louise Krispinsky, Margaret Kuchta, Helen Mc-Cann. Lois Mclluire
Fourth Row: Clara Slifka, Margaret Vojtko'
A' Excelleri in Ad Campaign
First Row: Rose Adamek, Katherine Barani Irene Dobrick", Marian Dudas
Second Row: Anna Marie Gemerr-hak", Mary Jane Fitzgerald. Beatrice Hromey
Third Row: Susan Lepovsky, Jane Paluga, Betty Soltis', Dolores Tomlin'
Fourth Row: Dorothy Torisky
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First Row: Geraldine Baytosh, Helen Fergelec, Lucille Hornyak. Rita Huber
Second Row: Mary Kascak', Mary Koban, Betty I.uthern', Loretta Pe-trick'
Third Row: Shirley Sahel, Dorothy Sabol', Gwendolyn Susce', Grace Tress'
Ruth Matthews, Mary Lou Smith tnot on picturel
"' Exe-elled in Ad Campaign
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION FROM OUR CHAPLAIN
Many of these young ladies
will go on to college or nursing
schools. They will find it nec-
essary to spend long hours of
research in the library, where
the training in Library Science
which they have received from
Sister M. Hugoline, will serve
a good purpose. No matter
what they choose, however,
this training will aid them im-
A PRACTICAL VIEW OF FRENCH
Religion, the real reason for
our being at V H S is the most. im-
portant subject in our curriculum.
We are not only taught the doctrines
and the theories of our Catholic
Faith, but also encouraged to live
up to it. Rev. Thomas Eichenhofer,
our Chaplain. conducts a religion
period every day with each of the
UNTANGLING THE INTRICACIES OF LIBRARY SCIENCE
To speak French requires ear-
nest endeavor, and Sister M. Celine,
the French instructress, has made
it her duty to see that we do so.
Learning a foreign language tends
to cultivate a person. With this
idea in mind, we have plunged into
delicate French with typical Amer-
ican zest. Consequently, the Yankee
speech of the girls is peppered with
humorous French phrases.
Our chemistry classes are most
interesting whether we are conduct-
ing the latest experiment, or work-
ing the tried and tested equations.
lt is a good idea to learn all about
the things around us, what they are
composed of, and the changes that
they undergo. That chemistry will
inspire one ot' us to hecome another
Madame Curie is one of Sister M.
lldephonse's fondest dreams.
A KNOWLEDGE OF CHEMISTRY IS ESSENTIAL
Every girl. Freshie or Senior,
must study English. This subject,
ranking high on the curriculum,
has been familiar to every student
since grade school days. Neverthe-
less, it must he gone over again and
again. if we are to he familiar with
all the changes in English. Sister
M. Amadea seems to he accomplish-
ing this task.
LEARNING THE TECHNIQUE OF GOOD VVKITING
Concentration and practice.
that is the only way to make pro-
gress in typing. Sister M. Germaine,
our typing teacher, guides both the
.luniors and Seniors from an awk-
ward apprenticeship to skilled and
speedy mastery of the art.
CONCENTRATION ON THE KEYS
fl The most welcome and anticipated moment of the day is mail time,
when everyone is sure to he punctual. All is quiet as the letters are distrib-
uted: eager smiling faces await the ring of familiar names. Letters are
anxiously torn open and .ioyfully read over and over. After receiving a
letter from home. the lucky girl capers off to class a hit happier.
Highspot of a busy day
is dinner time. Since we
are a group of "Busy
Bees," it is not surprising
that there are no sickly
appetites at Vincentian.
THE MERRY CHASE FOR BUGS
There is no keeping this Biology class indoors after a period of if
"Bug-Chasing". The time? One o'clock and it's a contest to see which one
will be the first one out in the grove. Of course this is just when the weather
permits! Sometimes we find fine specimens. Even when we don't, there is
always a tale to relate after class.
THE ROCKS OF AGES
Time, heat and pressure have converted sand into rocks, so the freshies tell us. On their
research periods in the General Science class, they file out to the recently excavated ground
..,1.,...,. nm., smflv fha r-nmnneitinn nf rocks. So mir Freshies march rm to new riisr-nvprine
Under the direction of Sister M. Ambrose, we aspire to the Finer
things of life. After listening to a talk on Art Appreciation, we begin put-
ting our time into fashion ilesigfiing. still life, model drawing and pen and
ink renclering. We also work on landscaping, printing and figures. Some
nietliuins iiseil in drawing: are pastels, ternpera and water uolors.
WE U'l'll,lZl:1 OUR SPARE TIME
Study pt-rimls are few anti far between, so we use every spare inu-
ring' for next ciafs assignments. This is the time wben we pack
away the knowlerlge glaineil for that day and cimcentrate on that wliivb
iist be known for the next ilay. Gab sewions are set aside anel we buckle
flown to a periuil of hard work.
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The purpose of our Music Club, under the supervision
of Sister Mary Emiliana, is to increase and advance music
llur freshmen, under the
careful direction of Mr. Wen-
ceslaus Klimek, B. M. are tak-
ing the first step to become
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Music is the one medium
through which the highest de-
velopment of the mind, body
and soul may he most quickly
and surely reached.
These young ladies know
that music elevates, and spirit-
ualizes: therefore, they ap-
proach it with reverence. At
the same time they derive
much pleasure from these prac-
tice periods. Sister M. Marti-
na's unceasing ell'orls in fur'
thering' the orchestra's ad-
vancement is much appreciat-
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Council, after having existed somewhat dormantly for
several years, was revived during the past term by our Principal, Sister M.
Lucretia. Representatives of the council were sent to a convention, where
they studied the methods used in other schools. Returning to Vincentian,
armed with new ideas, they imparted most of them to the newly elected
officers, who proceeded to formulate plans for various activities. The Junior
class, under the direction of the Student Council, is working on a school
handbook. With an eye to many future, fruitful years, the Student Council
is building' for itself a strong foundation.
DISCUSQING THE NEXT ISSUE
At 4-15, Monday afternoon. V. H. S. literally vibrates with activity.
Why? Well. the staff of the Marillac has gathered to put the finishing
touches to the bi-monthly issue of the paper, or to start planning the next
issue. Pencils skim over reams of paper, fingers dance on typewriter keys,
and artists scan the newspaper files for interesting pictures to decorate the
pages. Newspapers entail time and labor, and a school publication is not an
exception to the rule.
This publication has quite a history behind it before it reaches its
eager readers. A general staff meeting decides what the paper will contain.
Next. reporters and feature staff writers rush out to gather news and items
of interest. Each one of the pages is carefully planned and finally stenciled.
Long lists of the subscribers names and addresses are typed, and soon, the
Marillac. with the ink hardly dry on it. is on its way to let you know what
is happening at Vinceniian High.
THE DEBATE CLUB
An organization which demands from its members long hours of hard
work is the Debate Club, coached by Sister M. Lucretia. You need only to
speak to a girl who has competed in a real debate, however, to know that
the thrill of open competition and perhaps a victory afterwards is ample re-
ward for those grueling sessions of research and preparation. This year, in
the tournament sponsored by the Federation of Catholic High Schools of the
Pittsburgh Diocese, Vinc-entian was represented by a Negative and an Af-
firmative team. The Negative lost two and won one debate, while two
victories and one loss were chalked up by the Affirmative.
Recreation. plenty of fresh air,
and sunshine are essential factors to
the growth and well-being of budding
youth. Our good Sisters realize this,
because at 4:55 a bell summons us to
the great out-doors.
With the changing seasons, we
enjoy our different sports. In autumn,
haseballs. bats, and catcher's mitts
are eagerly carried out to be put to
use. Baseball just would not be base-
ball if one did not hear such conversa-
tion as, "She's out!" "That was not a
strike." However. this hour passes all
too soon. and a little reluctantly, the
bats and balls are put away for the
The coming of winter does not
mean the termination of sports, by no
means. The lake just doesn't freeze
quickly enough or the snow doesn't
seem to fall fast enough in order to
provide more skating, coasting, and
Once more, we look forward to
warm. sunny days, for spring is just
around the corner. Tennis rackets are
inspected, walking shoes are taken
from hiding, and roller skates are oil-
ed. and we are ready for more fun in
Thus, through good, clean fun,
we hope to emerge from V H S healthy
and better American citizens.
Promptly at seven, the choir bell rings, summoning the girls to a
half hour of singing practice, Mother M. Gregory conducts these sessions
while at her side Sister M. Martina presides at the organ. On the occasions
when Mother M. Gregory must be absent, her substitute is the capable
Sister M. Tharsicius. Several times weekly and on special feast days the
chapel resounds with the beautiful two-voice Masses and hymns which we
learn along with the inspirational Gregorian chant.
WONDER WHAT WEYLL SEE?
"Movie night," which occurs on the average of once a week. seems
to possess a magival power, for no other words can produce brighter faces
more quickly than the words "movie to-night." Thus, with a candy bar.
we settle down comfortably and wait for Sister M. Anaclete to start the
projector. The name of the picture is usually kept a secret which makes it
all the more intriguing.
NIGHT PRAYER l
Night shadows lengthen: stars timidly steal from behind dark cloudsg
sounds of life are hushedg and God looks down from His ehony sky upon a
tired world seeking respite and renewed energy in peaceful slumber. It is at
this hour that we thank our Heavenly Lord for permitting us to live another
day in His Love and for drawing us one day closer to our true destination.
The good we have done in that short space of now declining daylight cheers
us: neglected charity rebukes us: the sins of the day prod our conscience to
sincere sorrow and a hundredfold repeated act of amendment. Before the
Sacrament of Love we bid our Lord a sweet "good-night" and, satisfied
with the work accomplished for the day, retire to refreshing sleep.
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Suppose we page through the Sodality secretary's notebook, and find
out what the Viiwentian Sodality was doing during the past year.
When the school bells rang out last Semptember, back flocked the
sun-tanned and eager students. Pencils were sharpened, books dusted, and
the clubs began to make plans for their activities! However, the Sodality
did not start its wheels rolling until November. On the fourth day of that
month, the new Prefect's gavel sounded and brought the first Sodality
meeting for 1945 - 46 into session. Looking ahead, the Socialists formulated
plans for Advent projects. Christmas baskets and Christmas carols to go
with them were to be the Vincentian I-lome's present from V H S. Thus, the
first meeting was recorded in the secretary's new notebook. December
brought an addition to our Sodality, for during a colorful and an inspiring
ceremony in the Chapel, twelve girls promised their love and fidelity to our
Lady and her Sodality. The New Year also brought new ideas. "A skating
party," someone mentioned during the course of the January meeting.
"Good idea," was the quick response, and the iioor was open for suggestions.
With much "gusto" we carried out our plans with Father Thomas as our
chaperone. A merry time was had by all. February 2nd was an important
date on the Sodality Calendar of Events, because four of her loyal members
answered the Master's Call and entered the Vincentian Sisters' novitiate as
Postulants. Red hearts were in full view on February 14, which marked the
date of the annual Sodality party. In came March with all its winds and along
with it, more plans for Sodality's spiritual and temporal projects. A Kiddie
Party. at which we raised money for the purchase of a Savings Bond for
V. H. S., was the last Sodality pre-Lenten social. Lent brought an oppor-
tunity to put into practice those little penances and prayers which we had
been putting off for that season. Festal greetings were expressed to our dear
Mother Mary Gregory through the medium of Father Lord's vocation play,
IN LIFE'S GLAD MORN. April showers brought an abundance of lovely
May flowers for our Heavenly Queen's Crowning on May 19. We prepared
our hearts for this momentous event, during a three day Retreat beginning
May 17. June -- and the election of new oflizers to fill the positions left
vacant by the Graduates. Now, the time has come to close the notebook for
1945 - 46, and breathe a fervent prayer of thanksgiving for the graces and
joys we received this year as members of Our Lady's Sodality.
This organization, which was founded in our school early last year,
is one of the finest we have. Its purpose is to foster vocations. and its title,
which means "WOMEN IN CHRIST KINGNS SERVICE" hears evidence of
that purpose. Officers of the WICKS are nominated from the group of aspir-
ants of the community of the Vincentian Sisters of Charity. The body of the
Club, however, are the high school girls themselves. These girls correspond
with other, younger WICKS in the various parishes where our Sisters teach,
each girl corresponding with about four WICKS. In this way we hope to
encourage vocations in those girls who are timid about following the dictates
of their hearts.
"If you love Me, come follow Me," is the invitation that our Lord is
extending today to many young women. Not many girls have the courage
to resist the tinsel and glitter of the world. The Wicks are praying earnestly
that more young ladies will choose the better part, as Mary Magdalen did,
and follow the Master.
V H S students return to the campus to resume former school activities after ten
weeks of summer vacation.
Ding-dong went the school bell. First class day was completed with a movie
No students left the campus for the weekend. Regular classes began in full swing.
We swing our partner around in the first dance held this year. That homesick look
was fast disappearing.
"Are your instruments tuned, girls?" Mr. Klimek was here to resume regular
The girls were entertained by Shirley Temple in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm."
"Hurry or you'll miss the bus!" Students left the campus for their first weekend at
What's this? "How Green Was My Valley" starring Walter Pidgeon was presented
10 the student body.
Since the new students had adjusted themselves to academy life, permanent dorms
were assigned to all.
"Destry Rides Again" at Vincentian.
Miss Wise, Red Cross Worker, began Nutrition Classes with Junior and Senior
students. Remember your "Basic Seven".
Seniors had a ubang up" day. The morning was spent at the photographers the
afternoon, at a movie. and the evening at a corn roast at Schramm's farm.
down. Was it sabotage? We wonder.
- festival practice at Duquesne Universiiy.
Wrath", was enjoyed by everyone.
honor "Christ the King".
ball was held.
4 The entire student body hustled oif - - homeward bound'
This improrntu vacation was pronnpted by a furnace break
8 "Come on girls, get your mind on school work. Your four
days' vacation is over." e
9 Initiation - that long awaited and dreaded event
19 Six members of our high school orchestra began attending
24 Tonight's entertainment, the screen version of "Grapes of
28 The sodalists, attired in white, marched in procession to
30 A traditional amateur performance complete with witches
and goblins, and all other creatures was given in the school
auditorium. Following this entertainment, a masquerade
3 Everyone exclaimed, "Those lucky girls!" The reason for this was that a few students
managed to attend the Notre Dame - Navy Football Game at Cleveland. How
they got the tickets is a mystery.
7 In Memoriam - Mr. Dull, our school engineer and friend of the students, passed
away. His death grieved us all.
8 Henry Fonda is fast becoming the academy's favorite actor. We saw him again in
"The Immortal Sergeant".
9 Fancy this. Our nutrition class enjoyed a field trip to the Equitable Gas Co. in
Pittsburgh. Mmmm, the food prepared was delicious.
10 A Requiem Mass was sung by the school choir for the repose of the soul of Mr. Dull.
21 Happiness radiated from the faces of the students as they left the campus to com-
mence Thanksgiving vacation.
29 Just think! Our last movie before Advent was, "So Proudly We Hail' .
5 Come one, come all! St. Nick was quite generous with the
good students of V H S. For :he evening's entertainment,
the student body played 'Bingo".
6 Field trips to the Press and Sun Telegraph proved very
instructive. Every studentcamr- back with a souvenir of
this momentous day.
8 A solemn reception of the new Sodalists took place at our
chapel today, in honor of our Blessed Lady.
13 Music lovers attention! Rubinoff entertained the students
with his violin at North Catholic.
19 The annual entertainment for the patients at the lncurable
Home took place after a rousing welcome. The students
are always glad to do an act of charity for these poor
20 Hurrah! Vacation time had finally begun. Christmas was not
Yes, here is alittle Miss all propped up in bed, but not because
she wants attention but, because sheris in need of it. To her
assistance comes Sister M. Celine with a willing hand to ease and
soothe the pain.
6 The conclusion of our Christmas vacation brought a bevy of hap-
py students, all willing and ready to start work again, despite
the lingering thoughts of the holiday season.
The one and only, Bing Crosby, recalled our memories of the for-
mer holiday season in "Holiday Inn".
Father Thomas, our beloved chaplain, was honored with a per-
formance given by the students in celebration of his 10th anni-
versary as school chaplain.
23-24 Red Letter Days! Mid-year exams found students busy
with last minute cramming.
That day of days, "JUNIOR TAKES A SENIOR" will be long
treasured by the Senior Class of '46 in their book of fond mem-
We bade farewell to our school mates, who heeded the call of the
Do your sides still ache? "Charlie's Aunt" certainly had the
school in an uproar.
We were practically on the verge of darkness. Through some un-
known miracle, - the scheduled Electric Strike did not aifect V HS.
Once again we found ourselves in the world of drama and fairy-
like enchantment. Yes, "The Enchanted Forest" left us spell-
bound for many days,
"Grab your partners - swing them 'round for our Vincentian
We congratulated the debaters for their victories and the losers
for their sportrnanship.
"Your dancing is improving, girls". And no wonder with Mr.
Griffith and his aide to teach us. Every Tuesday, the girls are
found busy learning the art of dancing.
Thrilling, exciting, romantic, dangerous, daring - what was it?
Why our latest movie "The Mark of Zorro" starring Tyrone
Once more the students donned the clothes of their childhood to
take part in one of the annual festivities, namely, "The Kiddie
To signify that we are but dust and that into dust we shall return,
we received ashes on our foreheads, thus beginning the first
day cf Lent.
A High Mass oifered for Mother M. Gregory on her Feast Day
was sung by the high school choir.
A big day for students, because they presented a play entitled
"In Life's Glad Mom' to celebrate Community Day, the feast
of St. Louise de Marillac. 4
19 "Come join the Juniors on Ring Day," when the Seniors present-
ed each Junior with the symbol of their loyalty to the Alina
Mater - The class ring.
20 Don't drown girls! Learn to swim gracefully! Join the Swimming
31 Members of the Student Council attended Federation Meeting.
1 Music loving students attended a music session presented by the
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at North Catholic.
6 Several Juniors attended a Student Council C invention at Latrobe,
10 Two Seniors, Cathie and Lorraine represented V H S at a typing
contest at North Catholic. Gertrude also participated in the
Annual Oratorical Contest sponsored by the S'in"1'e!egraph.
17 Vacation days are here again. What more can one ask?'??
23 Echoing throughtout the school corridors were heard the voices of
returned vacationists, attired in their best Easter outfits.
25 The Federation of Catholic High Schools held its convention and
awards were distributed. Father Schot was the guest speaker.
17 Annual retreat opened for the Young Lady Sodalists. The retreat
master was Rev. Andrew Pauley.
19 The event of the year - the crowning of Our Lady closed the
retreat. Dorothy Kracunovsky was May Queen with the senior
class as her court.
24 Opening of the first retreat for the 7th and 8th graders. Rev.
Cyril McGuire was the retreat master.
26 A big day for the Youngstowners. Vincentian High's Orchestra
participated in the program celebrating Father Hamrak's 25th
anniversary as a priest.
30 Wicks' Day. This was the day when one became acquainted with
her unknown correspondents at a picnic sponsored by the
Wicks. It was also the day set aside for the Music Festival.
31 Opening day of the second retreat for the 7th and 8th graders.
The retreat master was Rev. Bertin Roll.
10 Those final exams are here again. What a headache!
12 What a relief, especially for the Seniors who won't have to
worry about any more exams. We set aside our books to let
the dust gather until another semester.
16 GRADUATION DAY - the realization of the Seniors' dreams.
We left our Alma Mater reluctantly as we thought of the happy
school days that are gone forever.
We leave our books and pencils
And schooldays all behind,
And though they're lived and over,
We'll keep them in our mind.
We'll miss the bells and chapel too,
And classes through the day,'
We'd like to live them all again,
But we must be on our way.
Now as we seek our goal in life,
Wherever it may lie:
We'll stand with strength and confidence,
Cause we're from Vincentian High.
And now to our dear classmates, farewell
We surely will miss each one of you.
We'll think of all the fun we'Ve had,
And hope you'll miss us a little tool
The Seniors of Vincentian High School wish to
extend their appreciation and thanks to all who have
made the yearbook possible by their generous contribu-
Rev. Martin Rubicky
Pastor of St. Joseph's Church
C 0 m,pl1'rn ents of
Rev. George Barlock
Pastor of St. Matthew's Church
S. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Rev. Clement Hrtanek
Pastor of St. Ann's Church
Rev. John G. Hamrak
Pastor of St. Matthias Church
Rev. Joseph Kushner
Pastor of St. Dominic's Church
Rev. William Pisarchek
Pastor of St. Michael's Church
New Castle, Pa.
Rev. John Blazic
Pastor of St. Mary's Church
Rev. Joseph A. Novak
Pastor of SS. Peter XL Paul Church
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Rev. Edward J. Duwell
Pastor of Holy Trinity Church
Rev. Eugene l-larkins
Pastor of St. Sehastian's Church
Belle Vernon, Pa.
Rev. Paul Odelga
Pastor of St. Rita's Church
Rev. Fabian G. Oris
St. Mary's Church
Rev. John P. Sedlak, Pastor
v. Valentine G. Sedlak, Assistant
SS. Cyril cQ Methodius Church
Rev. John Stofcik
St. Michael's Church
Rev. Michael Filipcic
Pastor of St. Cecilia's Church
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