St Matthews High School - Samascript Yearbook (Conshohocken, PA)

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Our faith in you, We'll nevers lose As we greet the New Saint Matthew's. 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S sier M, ,am de Sa ea Hema'-'Q f s S - S Gregor, CS E Heins Reg 'nf g ' 4 pa-New W! A-Q7 'VW 15 M Sisier M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Ciare Xawer S.S.J. Agnes de Saies, S.S.J Euprircsirie CS B. Louis Gorizaga, S.5.J. Wiiiiarv Joseph SSJ Ssfer M Joiwfi Bapws' S S J. Sisier M, AABXHTWS, CS 5. Sisfer Marie Dorcfiwy, SSJ. Sisier M. Rita Aioysa S SJ, INSTALLATION OF STUDENT OFFICERS P IM I35mmQLI 'qw Dmfff-If IFDHWIF ':'L'.C"lf5 I' -' uv' ,..f""' 1 ... . Ii V" Ce da' HERE AND THERE l f'i,,4f Eff Qi ff M' 7... , ,, ,J,ffK' , v ' 4 .,.,f"" ,, ZW? - ,V ,,,f"'f"'f " x ' 'I D, ,,.1"' Q-,f-"4 Q' 7, ,, 1 J "' I ff , 2 5' , "f ' . ' f 'U 44 ' is J 'if - W A. V , 6 0, If 9 V , r. ,Q , 4 E Re-seared W' 'W a up U I ci irerem rrgry hcr W. in1X Out of bounds -but out of nowhere came The long arm of The law! Open air study club? v 'Q AROUND S M H S Sister Wrlrlam 'oseph and Pasquale have an Important conference Operation Clean Up'Sen1ors rexert to Freshman chores as 1 2: ,ix v .-4.- +- .-4 .4 -..- -..... .4 ,L ,lwfwff V , ,Q , N ,, , ,, W',f.5i4'a ' Ay,5,4,Wmvs:wc14 H2 - .wi W?y?Z1ZyM,0qgix H-4.,e4Zfv,, H. .wwf , 1 f ' ,af A'fgf?'f'5f3?' I' W QQ. -.... ...f, 4..- -4. 1957 JEROME M MULROY BERNARD TOTH J9f'Y Berme Dnvme Provldence Mon-,er of Sorrows Pfesldenf Vrce Presadenf An all round guy iernfuc grndder Connaughwwn bound a ark 73 lucky Humber' Anyone and easy on 1he eyes tops on paper want a rldeo Glee Club enthusiast route keen wn Glee Club CATHERINE DI NINO JOANNE T SIMONCINE Cass Slmmy S1 Mahhew St Mallhew Secrera ry Treasurer Llvely and gay A fnend to all Rocket Olds Top fouler and val Adds her tones lc the chow Band uable guard comuc characier Hear Accompamst for the Melodmes fha' YfUmPel' Melodmes Cl"0"' J. 1 . ' 1 . x l L .Q ' ' N H ,, . ,, - - - . . . tll, d X I. lv' , W. A 4' ' 15'f 5 4 Nm 1147554 n N H - N - . H u . , , , . . . SENIOR THERESA D ALTOBRANDO Terry SS Cosmas and Damoan Short of stature bug of heart a kmd word for everyone Toots a lucoruce stuck In the band Choir FRANCIS X LEPERA Fran SS Cosmas and Damnan Who could nt be? typewnter trouble hughway hazard Bandstand member Acme employee frrendly dlsposutuon Glee Club I957 JOSEPH R DI RICO oe SS Cosmas and Damnan Versatule football player Glee Club wnll mass has bass As Class Repre sentatove Joe enforces regulatnon Reserve BARBARA WLOSZCZYNA Barb St Mary Where s the food? Jeanette s shadow Mrss Neatness of 1957 Coke and puzza trend Chour and Melodmes Mrrror co-edntor Twmkle toes l l 'iz' t , 23 . I ,, H HJ ,, . . . Melodines. I I I Outstanding member of the 322 Medieal SENIORS 1957 PATRICIA J BARANOWSKI P JOAN M ANDREJCZYK 5,a:f,y DONNA A BEECHER Jam St Matthew S' Ma Melodme and Chonr member Sama ry scrlpt Short Invely and quick with 5ee5aw WOYTYBF1 Likes a Chevy can be spoffed Smgmg 3 melody a smule A Chevy schoolbus Choir Experuenced Cashner Easy smlle Connaughtowns genlus lm 'U L0 e Wlfh WOYIU BIondae'9'P MADELYN T BOCCUTI St Anthony ELAINE P BOCCELLA CHARLOTTE A BORKOWSKI SS Cosmas and Damian Transplanted from Lansdale EIsnes Hcharn partner an cnme "Would you look?" Melodunes Loudest cheerleader Roll that PIZZB dough' SI Mary samascnpi Hwherejf my Iocker kevojj Mnrror Associate Edntor Melodmes Sfeak Shop We I'ke Mambo Chour It's a pleasant smnle when she turns nt on' Typical woman dnver' 1: F , I I Tl-f5'A, If ,I f' mira' " jr j,f1LeSw'L5t .' n ff ff -1, . . . , , - . . . If 1 - . , , . V 11- ' 4 ff fi . i . , . , ' SMHS 1957 ROCCO BRUNO Rock ELIZABETH A BRADLEY Sr Augustana MICHAEL CAPALDO Betty Anne Al I Mike St Augustune Ways a SI-me never a frown Our Lady of Mt Carmel Ho that Iune' Boy that Melodmes Chour Band 'f'9' RB'SeS 'he colors CIBY IUY CIBY Gas statuon attendant Sarnascrupt Smules but not often Guess what9 An Oufsfandmg Volfe 'n OU' Glee Staff free rndes for Norrlstown Indubltably' Lets dance Club, PUUCIW IWI95 E resldents own band'7 Mont Admurer of Cannons CYO d0U9I"'U'5 gomery Co strung band Glee Club ANTHONY CONTE T n SUSAN A COLLINS Sf Jisllphs ue S Phllhps Deep vosce w nz nn POD TONY CUVIIS protege pool room Everythnng us real George e Shock favoflfe qUe5"0n WI"aT "me Qulet Woman Homework? 'S 'lo Glee Club WBYCIW Y0U" Bngger half of Mutt and Jeff Pleasant Slepll and agreeable compamon GLORIA A CORCORAN Glow St Matthew Cute blonde wuth a flashung smile Norse maker Fancy cooknes Wanted a hand heater for cold days Band Samascrupt Staff o n o o I I L33 . gi I ll ll . ll ' ll ' . . . Id ' . . . . , ' H - ,I ' ' . ,Q l , Q D 'fl in th . ' ' ' member. w X K lk, , ,, ,, s I 1 Us ,, ,, ,, 1. ' , , . . . ,, H' . I Th ' Q ' - - -H . . . . . ' ' H . . JOAN COSCIA Jon: St Matthew Quuet but heaps of fun Flashlng smule Our answer to Harry James Casss aude at pnano the soprano sectnon of Choir Strengthens THOMAS M DROZDZIEWICZ Tommy St Mary Bulletnn board artnst Future archutect Dnd you get the trng'9 One time stage hand Artrst for MIRROR Glee Club SENIORS -1957 VINCENT J DEL CONTE Chent 5, Joseph RITA M DI CIURCIO Everybody s frnend Ex butcher SS Cosmas and Damnan Drum enthusaast Versahle football KeePS em QUBSSIY1 Basketball SWF' player Fifth period typing mechamq Likes drum STICKS Dud you do your homework? Band EDWARD J DUGAN Eddie St Francis Often seen walkung toward Maple Whuz un Mech Drawung Football The quuet one' Street DONALD A DUKERT Duke St Joseph Ambmon Mechamcal Engnneer Joes Prep ex scholar One famous boys from Ambler Club Cool dresser of the G ee I we ,, 5 . x X ' Q J Q 1 , t- ' X J I ' A T 5 f ' Q- f I f L tg f . Ellf lfll g ..... H H GEORGE EDWARDS George St Matthew Cooperatuon plus nose for news edltor of Mlrror Glee Club Tnmes Herald Reporter sports newscaster Ambmon newspaper ne LOIS E FARRELL St Matthew Terrnfoc Cheerleader Hanrdressnng ca Snster Louoss typust Rack up another charge Carols sude luck Samascrupt SMHS 1957 MARCELLA ERWIN Marcy S1 Anthony rm Twas rn our Jumor Year she flrst a peared partual to 37 Fords P Sl Mallhew JENNY K S Paffnef d3f1C'n9 fan Hottest 49 Merc around Dnfferent expert flour sufter Is that my bus? glrl af every dance everyones buddy Has that umque haurcut Cool dresser Glee Club JAMES J Franz S, Ma,,,,ew PETER J GALJE Pete Kang of the Acme noted for has 5, Manhew grim smrle How tall? man of many names Onl burmng Ford Hot and cold honor student College bound Napoleonic haurdo Eager beaver Youth councrl Forensncs 0 0 0 0 X I A . x 1 J l ' , 1 t , Z I 5 X .1 ,J H II ll ' IIJ' ll , . . . ' ' I ll ll ' . H 1, .1 b l I . I . ' .l . . I H H . , , . I l"F . , l 5 t J I . Nsnw IILOII ' ,I , I, 'I ' ll . I I . . . . A . . - . D ' I. V ll ll Il . . . ' ' ' ' - . . ' '. 1 ' l . SENIORS 1957 Q if EILEEN C GETZFREAD Gefzy St Gertrude JOHN D GAMBONE Johnnie Baseball fan Just made the bus Joannes bodyguard Whos gomg to take the dash towels home thus week' Samascrlpt Staff SS Cosmas and Damran After school worker at Acme popu lar wlth certarn underclassmen of Dodge Cool dresser Football Glee Club MICHAEL F GRECO Grecr MATTHEW C GIORGIO "Wersel" SS Cosmas and Damuan Holy Savuor Tall, dark, and handsome Trng Never a dull moment Where's "Grecn" after school? Glee Club Jumor entrant "one of the boys" Samascrnpt Staff all the world loves a lover PO D whuz'P Hugh scorer on basket ball team Football Basketball Baseball FERDINAND J GIGLIOTTI Jlggs SS Cosmas and Damnan A transfer from Conshy Hugh One cf our pep rally speakers Brannaus pet"'7'P Prefers blondes Glee Club JESSE N HELENIAK Hjessn Sacred Heart Ambmon to become a lawyer drnves a '55 Chevy bass In Glee Club Mechamcal Drawtng'P One of Homske's Qang 'tr ' 'll' I ' ri, 4 ' ' '.'f.H- ' - ..l..Mr. K N l I . , 1 I -. ' , J x L ROSEMARY T JOHNS St Eleanor Commuter from Collegevulle Always laughmg Hold that busll Future dress desugner Expert C00kl9 mnxer Melodmes JOHANNA E HYLINSKI Jo St Mary What a new Dodge9 Never wnthout Charlotte Long nanls"' Melodrnes Chour Assocnate Edutor of MIRROR SMHS 1957 MARY C HICKEY Hickey St Augustme Byrd lover Bookkeepvng devotee? Ardent Vnllanova rooter those long week ends Pnxne Blonde bombshell EDWARD A JELESIEWICZ a St Mary When I feel ambltuous I he down tnll the thought passes Thmkmg too hard retards my bram no retardatuon' 56 gndnron star KATHRYN KELLY Kitty St Matthew Sulence IS Golden POD expert Always on tnme'P College bound Great sports fan Chou Melodlnes JEANETTE T JEMIONEK e St Mary Oh for a trnp to Hawau Famous for ten page letters Lnves on the funny slde of lufe Future lady In whnte Chonr Melodmes O O O 0 h , . . . . ' . . . "oh, I , af M ' ' I ' 'f I , 't ' A X I y I ' . I 3 L J y " U q IIJ tn , , ll ll ' - ' , .... . , , . , SENIORS - 1957 HARRY S KOBUSZEWSKI Kobe JAMES C KELLY St Mary GEORGE P KRAJNIK 6 C J P d f C h Mother of Sorrows am ammer rr e o onnau Sl Gertrude town those far searchrng eyes 9 Swedsburgs grft to St Matts sharp Member of Summons a Month Club H W""'1"'19 Smlle Pfefefs blondes dressef QU'el but "We ff'endlY employee at the Food Farr future Wald" fha' fed l49l"Y' Green mumble 52 F'-Wd Hof 0 engmeer mechanrcal drawmg whuz MGYCUVY football Honor Student bass m Glee Club JOSEPH S KUNECK O6 BARBARA J KUNDER Moyhe, of Sonows MARTIN D LARE Barb Murph 5 M Dnves cool Ford Class clown Y ary gas statron attendant Mechanr Sl Manhew A bug gurl wrth a bug smrle Always C3llY 'mfllned Glee Club Expew fyplsf age caddy H01 fe3dY W'fl" 5 l1elP""9 hand Save Fofwafd Look 'n handos Chrysler Tarantella former me fo'-'V' M"'f0f fYP'Sl guard on St Matts Grad Team 5 My ,Q IQ' , 5 1 X, 'I - l A ,, ,, HK 'll I l ,, rf - . A . f - I ' , , , . . . ' .... . . . ' R d . . . - ' 1 l - V' L 1 l . 1 l A 45? f75'f'Q'e M HJ N N " u 'N - H H . . ' ' ' ,, U rl -' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' H n U- - - . . . I i . . . SMHS 1957 JOSEPH J MAHER OE MARY ANN LEWANDOSKI Mmme St Gertrude Lover of good musuc never wuthout Blue Eyes patron of Bell Samascnpt Staff JOHN J MCCARTHY Johnny WILLIAM T MCAVOY 5, Ma,,,,,,w I Vnrtuoso tenor Has pnde and goy 41 ord Tacnturn Gee New presndent of the 8th avenue gang Club Plymouths best caddy Upholds tenor sectnon Glee Club St Matthew Sf Genevieve V Vlctor' Import from Erdenheum Out of gas agam Joe? Former St Joes Prep sl Joseph 56m65Cf'Pf Glee Cl'-lb Intellectual look Vouce of Democracy DAVID MCELWEE Dave S1 Phullnps Naval Reservust Anchor Clanker Joan Steads Tax: Servlce Ambmon to fly Bass ID Glee Club o c a 0 l 1 ' E 2 J l lm HJ ,, - er".'.. . ' Joanne . . . Mad about Mercs . . . Miss entrant , . . Glee Club . . . Forensic, :X Q 2 V ev Y . ll 1 llB'Hll . . I . ll ll ' -" ' F " .l .U .l ' . . . I ' ,,,. SENIORS 1957 DAVID P MCTAMNEY Dave DANIEL J MCGEE st Gertrude ANTOINETTE A MORRIONE Flbber Tom St Manhew Hot Rod Ford Smokers Club How savior crew cut avnd slap collector The tall man s favome WEST 5'de Qang M00FllI9ht Gambler Personallty plus sense of humor perxod Lunch tenor un Glee Club Glee ClUl-9 Yenof favonte color? Kelly green basketball team Band 1 NANCY J NEVILLE St Matthew THERESA P NERI RICHARD D OCONNOR T Pro Marksman Whos absent? I eme I mught come up tonnght P 55 COSVTIBS and Daman Her safe threat lm gomg on a duet' S' Gemude I date unknown A good frlend pleasmg srme General favorite one of the famous Those bug brown eyes MBY ' twnns a lot of halfback on any turn your class rung? Samascnpt team spvrnt plus Football Basketball Glee Club 1. ff , 4 . I , 3 l , ' " K .ff A ' . ' . ' ll ' Il ...hy... ' ' ' " ' Trig?? Oh, Yes! . . . Manager of the 'S H 24 . ' 1 . A 5 1 D ' I ,xr i, tn . 1 'f ' . I ' 11 ll Il I ll ' ll f ll . . T ' ' ' . - NR' ll I ' ' ' ' -.H - ,Q , . D I . ll t I ' v ' ' D . H . l I SMHS 1957 JAMES F ODONNELL Beef ROBERT M OCONNOR 5, Matthew Bo Frequenter of Whrteys Luncheonette SI Genmde Acme Baggage checker Wheres my Smooth dancer Army Reserves locker IWY9 favorlte son Mechanical Drawmg Whuz Football Star Glee Club Basketball ANN M OMINSKI Ann: STELLA c OLSZEWSKI sf Josjph Stas S' Mary Shorthand whuz'P Georgua bound Lucky gal Sharp Lover of pe,-fume M stands fgf Never late' Monday mormng blues Mercury' Future Florence Nughtmgale -IUUIOY Year enlfam Assoclate edutor of MIRROR PATRICIA A ODONNELL a St Matthew Mnstress of the lockers Honor student Benny Goodmans compet1tor'9'9'9 but Slster rusnng forward Forensvc Chour Melodunes EDWARD G ORZECH Eddve St Mary Flattop What new excuseo Smokers club Im a lonely hug' Glee Club O O O O , Q z 'W Q l I - ' 1 , , I ' I . A Bs I Si , Y, H bu I up ,rr , . I I I I 1 - I I ' . . A I rl .ll ' SENIORS -1957 JOANNE A PECHARO FREDRICK A PASQUINI ss Cosmas and Damran CONSTANCE P PETRECCA Fred Conme SS Cosmas and Damlan l tell You Why we d'dnl 90 m' SS Cosmas and Damnan term mud term Gnves a mce beat lpana smile Hes rn the army now' on the Clrum fabulous Me Quiet Dad you say that? Cool punk packet Fathers odmes CIWOIF Pastry Taster Ambntlous Nice Pontrac Varsrty football Gee to know Sisters Girl Frrday C ub DONALD J PIERCE Don JOSEPH RUSSELL PIAZZA JR 5, Manhew BERNARDINE C PILCICKI Yatza Q Obi B h Bea uret :gang y t e way SS Cosmas and Damran JV Football varsny Manage' St Mary Sports mmded Grve me that ball Glee Cl'-fb Sulence rs golden Presudent of Safe Mechamcal Drawnng Whrz'7 college Dnvers Club? smart dresser bound Football Glee Club future V I P of Grant s Melodrnes Chorr 'I i N 4 'J I1 . 9' I 2 , I s ,sg I I r. ' , HJC., 11 ll I ll - 41 . "l'I ' ' - 'd, . ' ' . H - H A u ' . ,. ,. I- ,, .,, ,,. ,, . . I ' I I ' ' . . . ' '. 4 I ' I ll - 1 ll I . K . Q ' 1 21' 1 ? It M 3 1 Q , 4 fl- , . K i I ' 4 ' r, ,, H ,, . - . ,, N . ,, . H . . I l . . . . . . - . , . SMHS 1957 ? CATHERINE T PlLEGGl 1 W Cathy JOSEPH A PILCICKI 5, Joseph CAROL A PULTQRAK 09 A bl D d Carole S M m er Import ay reamer t ary Keeps post offnce busy Old lash S, Mary Honor Student and scholar College loned gurl Saved by the bell prague passlon for plzza bound Quuet but cheerful Telegrams from Af,,,ca'n'J'J Skilled bUYCl"ef 53ma5C"Pf Slaff Assocuate Edntor of Murror Honor Glee Club 0 No not Long John Sllver' ELSIE M QUINN St Anthony JOANNE D PULTORAK BRIAN P RICHARDS St Genwde An escapee from Lansdale Catholuc 5, Manhew Damty and petlte Madelyns slde Busy typust at Davns's Crazy about kuck Expert babysntter "Oh, "Tman locks" Conservatuve dresser green Oldsmobnles What fume ns nt? I forgot my locker key"' SMHS orator Voice of 'Friendly Persuas1on" Polka fan Democracy Winner Future lawyer Glee Club O I O O if ,fl-lfl , A f fi ' t A wg ,iw-'V A, W , , ' ffl f .Q , f Q- ,f ,, M1 K ,,,, .V wfv.,gfigi ' W , , Y , Q- ,,'f,,Wi,,gy ,, 'Z f ng-Tw - V ,f ,Culpa ll 11 X I HJ 'H l H I H . R Il . . . " , ' ," a 9. SENIORS -1957 CAROL T RIMMER St Helena JUDITH M RILEY MERCEDES R RUSSELL Snlence IS golden Keeps the post Judy office busy Neat and prum Doll' 5' Mallhew Pretzel fuend Melodmes Sam sl Manhew R 1 Studnous" Well some ascnpl Slaff Band Chour Melodunes tlmes' Who me Snster" Love that Merc Fashion Model Typncal woman dnver Lovely One Thoughtful and oblugung JOAN M STEAD St Phlllp FRANCIS J SIRCHIE EUGENE S TOMCZAK Scrafch e Favornte expression Hey Gene walt for me Cute luttle gurl with Sl Manllew a bug smile a pleasant companuon Sl Maw That baby blue Olds Why Soph TYPINQ Wl1'1 lpana Smlle of-more 9,159 Commander at Noms dream car enthusnast BelAlr accor Army Reserves Janitor at the Drlve d'0n PlaYef Glee Club ln Glee Club I JOHN v. WALSH Honey, St. Matthew Mechanical Drawing wizard . . , "I can'1 wait until 2:45," . . . Fast typist . . , Footbail . . . Glee Club. MARLENE L. ZINNI Sf, Matthew Penmanship pius? . . . Scratch's cousin . , . Fayette St. hiker . . . "When is 'sometime' two words?". . . Samascript, S.M.H.S. 1957 ELIZABETH A. WERTZ UUZH Sr. Matthew JOANNE T. WRIGHT HJOH "ShaII we dance?" . . . Navy bound . . . "Hichey, what happened to the SI' Manhew CO0I'Ie5?H ' ' ' MeIOd'ne5 ' ' ' CIIOII' Popular with underclassmen . . . "Let's go get some pizza!" . . . Chauffeur for band drums . . . Cheerleader captain. Sao WHO S WHO CA R A OL Jgpxwlohrfor Student PATRICIA A. O DONNELL National Merit Scholarship Finalist BRIAN AHER Vo' P- RIC JOSEPH lllZfofC. 'ce O"De-m HAPDS N P Honor srUdlli,COPA Offac Winner ocomest Sfafe Finalisjg Contest E5SaY fl 1,1 R 0 w zme and Nw lou:-f runs Hzrozcxglz fine roujlzesf Jag 4 ' i "..4"a!f ! 'ff?1-r.. A's,o T .. 90 'l S I O V il f. I -f':x5f:.f f,.5f z.':koLff 1, f'-"ff Q- ., . HI' 1 I ll I I lrooz IE ucz I 'lI'IIIIl"N1aCbeUw' I MEMORIES OF '57 .X Father Giorgi explains that the whole case of supernatural religion hinges on The possibility of divine Revelation, K i U N :NSN- I George Krajnik "balls" himself out of a problem in logarithrns as Sister Riva Aloysia siands by ready to lend Yhe helping hand, wr -J. 9' L- "x ,..,,...Q Q., WL MECHANICAL DRAWING is the language of industry. Here Sister Agnes de Sales points out some of the intricacies of a problem to Joseph DiRico. This subject is as valuable a tool as is mathematics in teaching a student to think. It has the added feature that it disciplines the hand as well as the mind. ---gf ls Joseph Piazza questioning or correcting James Farrell's figures? It is to be hoped that when these students are "somebody's stenog," there will be no misuse of some- time and sometimes. rg?" ,Fd-,, I 2 i it -S1 , ,ft- mn? .au "Too many cooks"-not appli' cable here. These muffin makers look quite efficient, but it's the taste that tells, sg wp. f" M ga A :L in ."w. Ststcr Maxtma Supervises F21ta'5 omclet-but what ts Marcella watching? ps N' 'fwfF,' in c xii' - vrle - Ah! The muffins are a success, or so we assume from the satisfied look on the faces of the cooks. ln Sister William Joseph's office practice group supposed to look. all eyes-or nearly all-are looking where they are "'- Sister Euphrosine's physicists are interested in finding the co- efficient of linear expansion. l i 5 At the left, Joseph Pilcicki, Jeanette Jemionek and Carol Pultorak work out Moments of Force experiment. Simple machines prove interest- ing to the gentlemen on the right. l fr' an I - .-a-441. 11" X! qi Q ,,, rust: , ,i Some "National Problem" apparently holds A-I spellbound as Mr, Brannau discourses on its solution. DMN af . 'qw 'gg' 'Y' ii' TCHES h ther HWS ts trual balances and all 1 Zo these fU'U'e al statemef' dl solved Y Zzarcfgokkeepmg wtll be rea :Y H "managers, CR One glance and we know these typists have advanced beyond a-s-d-f-g. I 3, 3 P This class is said to be one of the best. In many instances this statement has bee n verified. Witness their cooperation with the fa c u l t y, their scholastic achievements, and their par- ticipation in various school activities. "To you . . . we throw the torchg be yours to hold it high!" Here under Father Schusters careful tutelage these young theologians receive the answer to their problems Barbara Maziarz, Kenneth Baker, and Casimir Blasz- czvk, show that A Tale of Two Cities has dramatic possibilities. i,i i.i . , , i i All W itil 5 w Saw Language arts have always brought the priceless value of cultural background for the educated pe rs o n. A knowledge of a language is a knowledge of a people, of their ideasg and understand- ing ideas is the purpose of all education. Carl Joseph observes Richard Evan and Geraldine Tancini illustrate the use of the relative pronoun. A Los Senores Smith, Cannon and Montmayer "patiently" await their turn at the board. Finding the roots of a quad- ratic equation can be a major performance as some of the more serious of Sister Rita Aloysia's students seem 10 indicate. ,JP 'tg Ai ln Sister Helen Regina's class, Carl Joseph explains the geographical aspects of American History as Nicholas Pergine indicates locations. W.- .D f -Gila 'KQV' Y" P '1 MOLECULES NEVER WEAR OUT Sister John Baptist's chemistry students are intrigued by this experiment ln l957 faculty and students of St. Matthew's have been made aware of an outstanding Soph- omore class. Many of these students have been actively in- terested in scholastic, athletic, and extracurricular activities. If "coming events cast their shad- ows," then great things can be expected when these sopho- mores attain "seniorhood." .lf I ,t ,4 5 'Q . 8 Q K xi WSE 1 Not difficult to see what Dolores Duff is explaining to her classmates in Sister Helen Regina's class. ig 2 From these two views of Sister Clare Xavier's French I, can you decide who the future members of the French Academy will be? Raymond Carr looks per- turbed. Why the puzzled look, Raymond? Something wrong? Daniel Coyle and Maryelleri Gibson seem satisfied. I ln the Civics class Carol DCQEV awaits orders from Mr. Dugan. Wg -'49 FX AX, If biology meant only looking at slides, reports would hold no terrors! A look at this group in lmmduqriori to Mechanical Drawing and one under- stands why they are Sister Agnes de Sales' pride and l0vl CLASS OF 1960 .2 14 'bf-" REPRESENTATIVES Clockwise: John Torres, Patricia Elm, Raymond Brandt, Anne Stromberg, Ann Clark, Joseph Maranari, Rita Pergine, George Graff. When St. Matthew's High School opened its doors, September, 1956, two hundred ten eager applicants held the lucky number. No one will question the assertion that getting accustomed to a new school is not easy, but after a few weeks of rules, regulations, and upper- classmen, everyone had found his nook and set- tled down to the busi- ness of being a student in St. Matthew's High School. Under Sister Hermancias watchful eye Dorothy Donnelly John Hamaday and Jacqueline Dougherty are mastering Latin fundamentals In Shakespearean language, all the mysteries of grammar will be "resolved," when Sister Marie Dorovhy has completed the course in English I with this group. sfvq--q Il -dl -il i Sister Agnes de Sales may discover some hidden Coror, da Vinci, or even a Raphael among vhese young an sludenfs. 441. 1, P " i b 5 6 ll IM llllllllllliillllvl .. 4...-. E-EE'--' -,--F qi -31 . 'll -mi! A-1 Library Aides-Mary O'Donnell, Mary Anne McTamney, Julia Grzywacz are happy fo assist these young 1ravelers in the "realms of gold." In World History Joseph Bielecki, Joseph Bello, Henry Alexanderwicz lchairmanf, Mary Ann Bonkowska, and Elaine Carda- mone conduct a panel discussion. Topic: THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. V 3. ,lr 5. Did Richard Campbell and Marie Costello plan this "get together" of the "Father of His Coun- try," the "Great Eman- cipator," the American Eagle, and - Napoleon Bonaparte? If in November these "freshies" can handle x's and t's with such assur- ance, there need be no concern when the final exam arrives! ,-lun, HQHJ Qt . Q '- . M' - . juz,-rw J,,,,-an ' ,M WW- ' .WWK-f"f ,, ,,, Q 1 WW MW,7,,,w4-5521, M M,,,.W , f , Www' " f f ,if ,f,,f.,,A W 1. " WM af ou- ,Q mv- fav Q8 0 ' X D' Q ' W E 5 ' as .kj .fl l SENIOR gl f X' 'E -QB , ,, fa' 'fi f ir' ff '94 .5 -f ff? fl ' . ' . 9' . fi I fi x . 4 vw Q-f 'ASQ WALSH fig, f 4 MIRRCRS AX 1' X IVAN' 56:1 X J 1 5' V 5 .A Q p fx. ff Q N M' 1 JG fx si 'I Lme Coach BORKOWSKI Q .Ra ygd 33. F- V " ji VR.. T. PU-11" , ur .. 3 Q43 o CONNOR OKC' 0140 3,4 2- BZ 0990 Bob blasting through for "six" OUR RECORD S.M.H.S. , I3 Kenrick , 7 S.M.H.S. 13 St. Jos. Prep ,, H13 S.M.H.S l9 Allentown , I9 S.M.H.S. H 6 Reading Cath. ,,,,, ,, 6 S.M.H.S.,, , ,H33 Malvern Prep. ,, I3 Ed Dugan gets up steam J i Qll L Sli' ?-v 3 L f 7 W ls m f ovroemm. ,, X L , P 5 u "V Q P I I ,--- f': M 3 " Q - aa Brother Dick flying to the rescue I ol 2? U Two Joes in a pose D vewnd 1 mm ,I 7 Us Q f Q lime fa S 'I Z "haf S N f X Ma" 0 0 I Q ? Q6 QM 'xi The "bench" eyes a bug play S 5 . , D 'A K . K 1 .x-' 1 ' .'r,- t , lv- -in gm an- N .,. . - - I lqzh run G' 1 " ' b ' ,. Y 4 Fw 1 - "' 3, W ,Q fw'1 - ,HL ,. - ' n ' 5' O X l i A V! ,fi . L 1-H V X S, U- , 4aV"a' , ' qou. QXQW , nu S 1 13 . X K E X I 5 E --L ii ix -1 '?f- . b ff - v 7 , , ' P t .4 I "1 - 'E' 1,4 A v , - . 1 , wr ' - 1 if T4 Q f al rf' W wg No a ets readxf for 9 Lxnxe wp i f Hands off says Eddue iv nts all m ne .Q 19 ,,, df? -.. 2-f-AM K ""-. 'N The fmhful four . ' ' 1 ' ,, x , V 4 ,xv z A U . ' Xi - . i 'sl 3 c-- x I 3 im! Q! ll ll ' f H-1 ' i U I il- I X 4' 6 'X 'g:. x I O Q ' A J v .er ,W , rf 4 :Y 1 , ' l I W ' .f " K kg-- ',,, 7 I ' : .gm ',vG T fs- ', A x x ' Ng- ' ff, V xy -TQ, fu v '- I ' ' imff 'Ki ,A . ' . 'flw V' , I .A 4, ' ' x, , 'K A A A I CQ,m Q N-- , .w.,. ,- R 3-,S , .Yrs ww- . ,L ly. fi. xx X f ,Zz r ,F f J f 1 N g! is ,, rf! Yi W WZ ,fe - "M -v - V-l5wv-v-fHmfk,.Mum-.n...t..,, Co-Captains Jelesiewicz and Bob O'Cormor before Kenrick game. Giorgio and DiRico lower the boom on Aiienfown player ,w ,1 E 4 Sf x fiff 5 , .- END OF THE TALE S,M.H.S. ,, 6 Salesianum S.M,H.S. .20 St. Jos. S.M.H.S. , 13 Gloucester S.M.H.S. H13 Pottsville , S.M.H.S. ,, 7 Conshohocken Mk 27 ,, 7 7 , 2 7 BobbY 5 num ees daYu9h' as Han picks N5 1ar9"' 1- . ff-ww -,,. H ff My ww' 'T' il ki p , ,Q 'lf 55'-flk ' a' ...F Q ,Qx vi' f 1-KH, Q Q. in I - X 42 I 4 Q 2 ' 'jwelgzfl E L ,..1f.U W , '-,.,, ' ' , .A,.. no-,,p ,.....9 Pugskm on the loose calls for some piggy-back riding. A iob well done Wi .5 sf... Q ' Y I is-I . li l I x 4 I Qi, 'll' 0'- ,. Let's have a good fake, Yatza, 46 x on iwo - Break! ' fx-4,1-I X' 'K 3 ln l"5 flnale Rlp 5575 UP Yafdage a9a'n5' Con5l"'Y Yatza goes all the way to pay dun ln the Allentown comes! VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Clockwise-Maryann Jelesiewicz, Regina Tammaro, Elaine Boccella, Joanne Wrighf, Lois Farrell, Carol Baronsky, and Joyce Mulholland. MIRROR CAGERS BARNYAK GIORGIO COACH BRANNAU BOB O'CONNOR BIRCH WELSH H3 ,- 1 . 4 Ev xl 1, I U Q3 Q, b X -in L I X M WH H...- Bobby Di Rico appears to have a shoulder grip on his Kenrick opponent. fe, f f X, f K,,, lx C., Matty smiles with the foreknowledge of a sure two-pointer. Oh! if only all Matty's smiles meant two points! S.M.H.S. CAGERS 1957 season passed with an un- impressive record of 'five wins against fifteen defeats. However, a team small in stature but gigantic in determination brought glory to its finish by upsetting Conshohocken 44-37 for the Borough Championship. Another bright spot which one day will show its merit is the fact that the Varsity was com- posed of only two seniors. Valuable experience was garnered by an array of Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, who rounded out the Jay-Vee and Varsity teams. John Welsh, a sophomore, and Frannie Birch, a junior, each tallied over 200 points for the season. These two with Joe Barnyock will be the backbone of next year's squad. Two pair of shoes have to be filled since Bob O' Connor, Captain, and Matt Giorgio, the team's highest scorer, depart via the Cap and Gown route. ,Anim ffm? Alf! Nifmh X s Q La ff H W? , A if '.,mWl wf,4- . ,M X , r x Q Y N 5 , .3 LZ W: l v , A , .4 A I A, 5 I 1 1 Tm 5 s, E ra 6 41- x XXX . X.- 'QNJ3 -vx 954 'Q K tx '4 -W fa Y! 5 "N-uv N 14 ,Jef W . , ff., if 35, e 4 ak? x 4- W gf S 5 N' Q1 K xr W wW, -fM'f' M' Qu ff a - Pg 2, Aa ul UAH 'mg T2 f QKKQ' Q' if Q 1w?4, Lw 1 Z l V1 'IN 'N Our managers, Antoinette Morrione and Kathleen Kelly, seem happy over the score. Battle over and time to relax . . . we won! 7? gg, N t C J.V. CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Mary Ann Giradi Alfreda Wudarski Rita Pergine Elaine Cardamone ! YYYx,EfXx if 1 5 9 ,S hi NY' - 6 H fi A Qt ' MX 73 Qi 6 A W f E nw . TZ - 115.1 - f Q94 Q X X M,- NEWSPAPER 0 FJ '-1 RETREAT 5 E 41" CHOIR 1957 X51 FE QD SCIENCE C ,ffl ,,D I N Ii DEBATE Emma G60 DRAMATIC x E : L -W X f .- XY 5 Q ' fl Q 1, f , 4 '-I SEL 'F' fi . X rn ,,,, 1 N I' Y i, N E ar 5 A I f' B E v ' . 2 1 E. ' FF UW! E-X . J J Q .. .4 , ' I i' 24 6' if ' w1sg?'7 l -A I r , '11 5" ' A ' IU ' Wil - 5 'll nf C? GLEE CLUB YEARBOOK at DANCES ST. MATTHEW'S ALL-GIRL BAND SAMASCRIPT STAFF 5 SAMASCRIPT typisis - lefvz Theresa Neri, Lows Farrell, Patricia Baranow- ski, Marlene Zinnl ard Elaine Boccella. Were ir nor for vbese "Drivers," 'he 1957 SAMASCRIPT migh? have been only a dream! -+ Gerzfread Joseoh Pircick: Mar. A. Lewardcwski and 'Wchae Greco pcfder a 'Naycw D'Ot New Josepn Maher, Trofnas Drczc responsibfe for arf work: Ween MIRRQR iw. A3 3 QV' TYPISTS- B . emardme Pilcickiv Joan And I reyczykf Barbm 5 Kunder, Y. uh 1150- LJ , 38 , I, .I -- 'L Q-C" ,JA fi K netie Jemiorwek EDITORKAL STAFF'sea1ed: Chadone Borkowski, lea Thomas Drozdziewlcz, Stekie Olszewski, Caro! Pmorak. Standing: ' nne Simoncink, Anioinene Morricne and KaYhNeen David Gubson, Joe Kelly. Q. ,Q-'tw 3 if , , ROUNDUP -L..1 EDITOR- George Edw CO-EDUORS: Barbara xx! ..L.J Q' Q E X E ' A I M I, w" Qt, Q ml fs' Do you need help? Ask our O Connor. Prom Commntee at work at ease' KINAHAN Sister Miriam de Sales and Brian Richards, President of the Kinahan Forensic Society, welcome the Rev. Francis Schulte and Sister Marie Paul, officers of the local chapter. Competitors in Original Oratory Tournament On November 3, 1956, ST. Matthews High School was host to C.F.L. of Greater Philadelphia forthe Original Oratory Tournament. A ln the National Catholic Forensic Grand Tourney, Joseph Mastromatto finished third, and captured the trophy for Oratorical Declamation. SOCIETY in 4 9 - Brian Richards, third time winner of Voice of Democracy contest, enioys receiving a Fifty Dollar Bond, for a first place district award. N Joseph Mastromatto poses with school and personal trophy, received at Reading in interscholastic competition. Joseph placed second in oratorical interpretation at the Monsignor Wachter Declarnation Tournament 1x,! X -7 Will the gentleman from Harrnonvtlle yield? Behind the scenes ofthe National Forensic Tournament ' 2 lg l s ll lf, fi 1 Waltz of 1he Flowers - Corps de Ballet 1,1 l L7 I2 AX, ,f f, . 5, s 4 YW I' r. f Melodines . f d Medley. 'rested by Carhenn e D'Nf'1O, sin ' n .xg 5 R 9 a Chfisvmas Prlncupals in The Crib Tableau were Joseph Di- Rico and Gloria Corcorar as Sr. Joseph and Our Lady. ? 'r P I CATHOLIC BOOK WEEK dd-Wiiznofwu .7 5.5! -Ql- T-Q - A cross section of D4 champion contributors to Book Fund Drive examines the Book Display All roads led to the library during Catholic Press month, February, 1957. On display there were all types of literary productions which the students were free to examine, peruse, and even order for their personal use. Through the cooperation of the faculty and the generosity of the student body, approximately twenty-five new books were added to the library. lnformation and stories concerning the religious lite for boys and girls proved to be favorites. Historical novels took second place. The Spanish group donated the latest Spanish Dictionary. Likewise sport stories as well as mystery tales found a permanent place on our library shelves as a result of our Book Drive. ,ui Sa A.-' : f'-'H If Li! 'R VOCATION WEEK 1957 x L Fff qxfz . '.x. 24' During VOCATION WEEK ihe studems were afforded an opportunity for a close up of the sacred vessels and vestments used at MASS and BENEDICTION. 'NLM O ?f"r Vw- 96-'Fi ,... p'WC'FJaV, mannefzmfs dressed in the Habw s oi me Relugnous mosx widely A-- -.., ' w Vcsvwcms. Used ar Mags The chabce and gxbcrmm flu, vm- gwfx of the dass of I 1' Q f , , i X-1 5 inf 751 , , ,,, K 1- K3-txyx -1s" ' 5 ....'N-JL, J V' I known in me Archdiocese -.weve gem vo Sain' Janne.-.'g Hwqr Scfcc c. we .fawcL,s CO'V"'vV"E'S ,gl -X X STUDENTS' ANNUAL RETREAT Students assemble n Tracy Hall tor Holy Mass MY LORD AND MY GOD' Throughout the year the realization of our purpose in late has been impressed conducted each day by Father Schuster Father Giorgu and the Sisters Every Wednesday Holy Mass which is attended by the student body is celebrated by our Principal Father Laut Since the latest directive on the reception of Holy Com munion it is now possible for the stu dents to receive Our Lord every day Vocations was the sublect of a talk given by Father Powers Paulist to the IUHIOF and senior boys Later the Rt Rev Ms r Francis J Furey DD rector t St Charles Seminary spoke at a general assembly in which he stressed the prac tical means ot recognizing and corres pond ng with a vocation to the religious life At the annual student retreat in Holy Week given by the Rev Edward Thomp son all exercises were held In Tracy Hall These graceladen days were con cluded on Wednesday morning with Mass conference Papal Blessing and Beneduction 17 - T 5 A 1 4 T J s I at 'l, , ztsfws j' V i . I V " l upon us daily. Classes in religion are . E I , xt I .I l ' , , . I - ti 3 ' 'Q H . U . ? . A I I D l l . , . . g. ' . , . ., o . . , I . . . . . Af- I , , , Favher Thompson chats with senlorswlohn Gambone, James Farrell, Francis Sirchie and Fred Gigglioni. ,..------..: "'q lc'- 1 1,,-! vu, lf' 'ss .vu 5 at I' K' 4'. : : 'ng :cf R I I I 5 I 1 I ' n J 'lu R , ,' x v 1 5 : ,' 'X ln' 'Q n ff-5 '----1' "5 I x 1 0' -Q r. -1 51111111135 111 .' Q- .rf N 'Q- l X rr ,f 192 l l 'K l 3 , On the last day of Retreat, all the sludents received Holy Communion. 'QD MAY PROCESSION -1957 A -ilu-ML N ,, li.. x .-- A 1 ff Q,,, d mms: VM. N 'vwfufd Gu fwrsT ,var uw 'mf I S' '."a'Y'S F5e"w-f LP.V sums 'L fiztfsw., 'm cm, tv, MONO'-vvq C ' E-self! 'drum-' Aden C, Cass K I ,, krffy Nmc Jwr, 'v'xL!rC, UC.-.us Ou' Lv J. ,f' My mu' 1 m.tY'Lu' ,, , - -f-, gp fav- Ir ' '13, -'f,,m 1 f '7fA1' J' 1-fiffwviw ' V ' f3f,1f4:Qg,3L,,35-if A I f'A:"fqfdM1 fm-ak W WN fn r, MW' , ,.,, 44. ,. ax , , ., , 1 , .3f,j?3 im:w .1'i'-- ., ,nam A L . ,, " ' M -, 2' f 'U--vi-'f 1 '?5WesQ:4f531V2p' .2 fp , , . , ,M 1' 1 , f A .. ,www 4-1.. ,.,A. , W, ,gap , , 2 'A' V2-..4 J-, ,. ,, ,L X W "WND, 4 - M.aw,,..,.,.,. N. . - ,iw , ,Civ,kn.Zi.-ywn ,. Pe:ess+one'1oTfacy Hai' and Benedmngn WE REMEMBER MAY IO, 1957 pq, R T 92' X - J 1. ,Q s, 4 1 ' n I Jr A' , T - v DQ L . J E... 1957 65515 f Qfefil si Kp , Egg, -an D86 V -L QW? 'J milrxiqp' "l1"li'd!i lQ"g'u..- hh: i Q lj ,Q Q ' 'wr-rf-.-"'1'-M 1 1 J -ffl I ' f ,:44.,r,,,i35f4-- 4Qm5L4,:Q if z CLASS OF 1957 SALUTATORY Wrvrer: Joseph A. Pilcickr Speaker: Peter J. Galne A x V T r I s VALEDICTORY Writer: Antoinewe Morrione Speaker: Brian P4 Richards x W HONOR STUDENTS Johanna Hylmglfi and Pairrcia O'DorwnelJ examine their diplomas P :Ax 23 FJ A DuDonato Mr and Mrs Elwood Duesunger Eleanor DuEuluus Vurtcertt DuEuluus and Mrs Anthony Dulullo Fred DuNuno Ed DuNuno Mrs Mary DuNuno Domenuc Dupaolo Mr and Mrs DuRaseto Jeanne DuSanto 56 Mr and Mrs Anthony DuSanto Jr Mr and Mrs Bent DuSebastuano Mrs Loretta Dlugaszewslcu Joan Dobry 53 Patty and Joan Doherty Alex Daleva Anne C MacDonald Mr and Mrs Danuel Donahue Jr Anna Marue Donovan Mr and Mrs Thomas Donovan Paul Donovan Mrs Sue Donnelly Mrs D Donnelly Elusabeth R Doran A DOrazuo Cleaner Wulluarn V Dorsaneo CarolynL Douglas Florence Dougherty Cougherty s Pharmacy Mr and Mrs John F Dougherty Mrs EleanorM Dougherty Eluse Dougherty Mr and Mrs W Dougherty Mr and Mrs B M Dressler Mr John Drozd Mr and Mrs Muchael Drozdzuewucz Mr and Mrs Dryslewsku Peter Duchunslcu Joseph Duda Mr and Mrs A Dudas Mrs Jean Duda Roberta Duda Mrs Helen Duff Mrs Mary Duffy Joseph P Dugan Edward Dugan 57 Anne Dugan and Mrs Edward Dugan Mr and Mrs George T Farrell Jack Farrell 53 Mr and Mrs Jarnes P Farrell Margaret Fazuo Mr and Mrs S Fazuo Mr and Mrs V Fazuo Mrs Mary Feeney Duane Felton Mr Wulluam Felton Mrs Wulluam Felton Adam F Ferrauolu Margaret Ferruer and Mrs Robert Ferst Samuel Fueld and Mrs Stanley Fulanowucz Charles Gambone J HenryJ Gamza Theresa Gamell Mr and Mrs EdgarJ Gansz Mr and Mrs Phulup Gardocku Dottue and Phul Gardocku Mr and Mrs Walter Garraty Mr and Mrs Edna Garber Garfano S Stephen Garonsku V and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs George Garrett D J Garvey Wulluarrt Gaul Wm J Gavun James Gavun and Mrs Vuncent Funeran and Mrs Joseph P Funeran Helen Funeran Louus Funlcelsteun Florence C Fusher Mr and Mrs John Fuscher Mr and Mrs J Futzpatruek James P Futzpatruck Anthony Flack ShurleyJ Flack Rev CharlesJ Flanagan Mr and Mrs Vuncent A Flocco Flourtown Atlantuc Statuon Mr and Mrs Francus Foley Mr and Mrs John Foley Mr and Mrs Joseph Foley Julua H R Fo ey Mrs A Fondots Mr Anthony Ruta Fonclols Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Foremost Da Fondots Jr Phulup Ford Thomas Ford urues c Ruta and Jerry Forker Mr and Mrs Dr and Mrs S Forlune A J Fornace Joseph E Geary Margaret E G ary Paula Gelucke Haurdresser George s Restaurant Surf Cuty N J George and Brudget 55 Samuel R Gerhart Mary R Getzfread Mr and Mrs Joseph Getsfread Johr'uJ Gefsfread Jr Mr and Mrs John Getzfread Mr and Mrs Francus Getzfread Mr and Mrs Nunzuo Guandonato Ruchard Gubson Jr Anne M Grbson John Gubson Helen D Gubson Mr and Mrs T Gublun Mr and Mrs Anthony G radu Gurls of D A Glady s House Mr and Mrs Stanley Gleba Stanley John Gleba 56 Gleba Brothers Margue Jane Glenzunger 55 Mr and Mrs R Glenzunger Mr and Mrs D J Glymo and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs George Charles Dugan Andrew A Dukert Thomas Duncan Edward Dybucz Martun G Early Ede Mr George Edel Wulluam Edwards 46 Paul Edwards 48 James P Edwards Mrs Mary C Edwards Jonathan Edwards Leo S Ehlunger Mr and Mrs Johu'uF Ehrmann Dr D Roy E John Elutf Mr and Mrs Mr nd Mrs Elmo Famuly Mr and Mrs usenhuth Josepn G Ellus Joseph Elmo Edward Funneran Mrs Margaret Faur Peggy Faur 56 Mr and Mrs Frank Fantunu Mr and Mrs Charles Farrell Mr and Mrs Donald Farrell Mr and Mrs Wulluam Foster Mrs Robert Fournuer Four Fruends Mr and Mrs Thomas Fox Fran and Jerry 55 Franny s Beauty Shop Bull Frankenfueld Mr and Mrs Davud Frankenfueld Freas Luncheon G H Freas lnsurance Mr and Mrs Jerry Freas Jr Mary Ellen Freas Mrs M Freas Mr and Mrs Russell Freas Katharune Fulgunutu Susan Fulgunutu Mr and Mrs Arthur Fulmer J W Fraun s Furnuture Averett Furruers Mr and Mrs Anthony Fussco Gabun s Hardware Mrs Penuna Galue Mr and Mrs Peter Galu Mrs Galue Mary Gallagher 51 Mr and Mrs E J Gallagher Anna T Gallagher Mr and Mrs Wm Galette Marue Gallagher Mrs Gallager Mrs Robert E Gallagher Mr and Mrs J Garnbone Gambone Brothers Mrs Charles P Elteruch Empress Hosuery Mull Empress Hosuery Mull Joseph Englu h Sr Mary Ruth Englush 54 Robert Entenman 55 Mr and Mrs John Eprught Mrs M Erwun Ruchard F Etes Edward Evans Mrs A Evans Mr and Mrs R Everlofth Mr and Mrs Wm Ewung Mr and Mrs Domunuck Fabuanu Duke Faur 5-1 Mr and Mrs Anthony Frederuclc Bull Frederuck s Garage Mrs Carmella Frederuck Elaurte Frederuck Eleanor Frederuck Mr and Mrs Theodore Frederuck Freshmen of D -1 Morrus Frued rruend Fruewd of Mary s Helen C Frutz 'Vlr and Mrs Charles Frcst 'Vlrs Stella Frost Dr J Theresa Fulgunutu Franz Goeth Vlr and Mrs Joseph A Goldbeck Gold Seal Mkt , ' , , . , r. 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