Academy High School - Academe Yearbook (Erie, PA)

 - Class of 1955

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FRANCES ADAMS Chorus l 2 Y Teens 3 en Academy s own Dorothy Dandrrdge 1oys hstemng to records plans to attend South ern Busrness College versatrle dances skates and srngs IANET ADAMS Y Teens I 2 3 Dlstrrbutrve Ian came to us from East enloys wrrtrng letters and watchmg foot ball quret manner drxves 54 Plymouth flucky grrll 'VV iii IOHN ANDERSON AVA 23 Ir Red Cross 1 Football 3 Iac wants to be a naval OHICGI collects corns mrschrevous fhrt happy go lucky BARBARA ARNDT Dlstrlbutlve Ed Talkatrve pretty brown eyes hkes swrmmmg f fmds pleasure 1n sales ! manshrp a hard worker wrll be store manager A RUTH ANDREWS Friendly but qulet trve rn church work wrll be a m1ss1onary nurse pastrmes are readmg playrng prano enloys softball and football IRVIN BAKER A V A 3 Ambltlon to get a good ob does tap dancrnq and adagro lust loves food Cassanova with a friendly smlle easy VERA ANDREWS Y Teens 2 Oulet ways reserved rn school Cleveland Indran fan wrll be sec retary l1kes book keepmg 43' GEORGE BALDWIN Emoys P O D and football would lxke to be a frsh warden collects stamps n x c e t o k n o w everythlng appeals to hxm especlally food agree ab e inf IOHN BALDWIN DEANNA BARCZYNSKI ROBERT BARD rack 2 3 A V A Y Teens 2 3 lust wants to be a success Cross Count y 3 Wrll be a veterlnarxan after college has an appetxte for steak mterested rn chemrstry enthusrastlc track man llkes ammals at ease m a kxt spends all of hrs spare chen loves t swlm tune worklng on hrs car and sew talented fm rrp roarm' and devrl gers grrl of few words may care asprres to work rn an otfrce 6 KAY BARNETT Chorus l Y Teens 2 Mxrneo Shop 3 Peppy ways and a w1n rung smrle chatters constantly plays French horn wrshes to be a prlvate or medlcal secretary "1 1 ' ' Ea. . pl. f U A - ' ...en- . 'I vs ' if l ' nl , ff 4 n ll . ' ' ...ac- - . Air, R A-V A A It 'ny going Irv. 'a . 5 4 5 , 'x E ' 5 f ' . .. T , 5 25 - , . I ' 2 ' ' r . "De"... ' '- ' ' . . . . O . . . . ,- 1. ' V- 531 I A IULIA BAUMGART Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Looks at the world through rose colored glasses . . . how "lulie" loves pizza . . . active in Rainbow... plans to go to commercial college. DAVID BECHERER Stage l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3. Will attend Navy Band School in Washington, D. C. next tall . . .on Y.M. C.A. tumbling team . . . student conductor of our orchestra . . . inventor of the craziest schemes. ROBERT BENCZKOWSKI Dig that crazy Benz . . . a levi tan . . . this big boy would someday like to be a foreign diplomat . . . 6' 2" ot masculinity . . . quite the comedian. if Q. it itll? if DEANNA BENSON Twirling 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Loves to be with a crowd . . . makes a striking twirler ...shy until you get to know her . . .to be a sec- retary is her aim . . . Thiel bound. CARL BERRY Stage Crew l, 2, 3, A.V.A. 1, Stage Manager 2, 3. To live in Hawaii and be a radio announcer is what "Carl" wants to do... hopes to attend Penn State . . . always thinking up something crazy . . . collects records. GRAYCE BENACCI Y-Teens 2, 3, Star 2, 3. "What a blast" you hear, turn around and there's Graycie.. .goes wild over Iohnnie Ray . . . will soon be an airline hostess , . . She'll often surprise you, but never disappoint you. BERNARD BENIAMIN Golf l, 2, 3, Basketball l. "Buddie" . . . one of Mr. Havican's key men . . . chases the girls . . . makes things lively around Academy . . . plans to be a doctor . . . longest legs ever.. .knows how to relax. AGATHA BIANCHI A loyal pal . . . one worth knowing . . . plays piano . . . "Aggie" enjoys foot- ball and swimming . . . headed tor Erie Comp- tometer School. D71 lAMES BARNES Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, 3. Wants to be a track star . . . from all signs he will be . . . college bound . . . capable lad with an dependent outlook. in- n DIANNE BAUDAU lr. Band lg Monitor 2 Quiet but friendly . .. baseball enthusiast... reading and music occupy her spare time... "Dinny" anticipates a job as a secretary. ...M Mi Y is 45, J N 'Q' XE RITA BIANCHI Self-reliant and always on her toes , . . "Ree" takes pleasure in playing the piano and studying people! , . . will attend Erie Business College. ARTHUR BIELAK "Pollock" . . . spends his time thinking ot ways to get out ot school. . . one ot the boys . . . claims he has much talent . . . hobby is fishing . . . nice to know. DAVID BISHOP Cross Country l 3 Wrest 11n 1 2 3 Bellhop wxll go to Mer chant Manne Academy one purpose xn hte IS to see the world loves to sarl rather on the qulet slde THOMAS BOLLIN GER Glee Club l Red w1ll attend Penn State 1ntends to be a mechamcal engrneer talk talk talk hkes to pamt and read IAMES BISHO9 Want to be an x ray techmcran bound for Carnegle Instxtute hkes to work on cars drmks Gerltol for h1s tired blood hard workmg HELEN BOOK YTeens 2 3 Chorus 1 Easy gomg all the tlme ever ywhere IS Helen enjoys popular records and swunmmg hopes to be a secretary We 'l if' iq' SUSAN BLACK Academe 2 3 Y Teens 3 Suz1e s the gurl behmd the wxde grrn httle and lively shy quiet type who actually rsnt elther sure to make a good krndergarten teacher RUTHANN BOOTES Can be found skating enjoys football and oftrce practrce aspxres to be a secretary qulet ln class but outsxde 9 LESTER BRECHT Wresthng 3 Band l 2 3 Track 3 Orchestra Plays rombone rn a dance band 6 3 and every mch a man alrns to be a lawyer then a specx l agent for the F B I 8 ERWIN BLOXDORF Wrestllngl 2 3 Football Blocks qulet ln man ner but intense 1n athletlc xnterest voted most athletxc blond dazzllng smrle W1 make hrs career a coach CAROLYN BOWMAN Tw1r mg l 2 3 YTeens Her stnkmg appearance and dxstmctwe walk 1m medxately captivate the eye collects lazz rec ords fancy stepper antlcxpates gozng to I B M School ALONZO BREWER Wrestllng 3 Arm IS to be a baseball player collects every thmg lmagrnable especz ally records dagnab b1t you ll hear hxm say ANITA BOETCKER Y Teens 3 Star 3 Chorus Vmcent s loss Academy s gam' peter pamsh art one of her talents trckles the 1vor1es Nxta plans to be an an hne hostess DONALD BRAY Whltey algebra an sports agree with htm cezhng unlxrnxted Vlslbll 1ty clear destmatxon Arr Force hard work 1ng devoted to hrs vehzcle If I 9 . .1 - S - -, 1 - - ' 1,2 - 1 : 'g,,. " " ' ' 1,2,3. 3. mx 11 1 - ---- - u 11 - - 1 1 1 ... , , ' '. ' s a ' . " "... 'n 2,3 I I I .-- ' D A .al ' A I' .' J f x pr, I A 4 S f' ... - h , l V 7 1 'v D ,I h - A , ' : ,,: ' - fx I' ' I 2- ' ' il If t ' - ,wai W, v . A . , 3 V -, A11 1 - , Q , . 4 X gag? , D K DONNA BROCK Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Choir l, 2, 3. Desire is to travel all over the United States some day . . . belle on her toes . . . pretty long hair . . . headed for Behrend Center. HAROLD CARR Track 15 Cross Country 3. "Harry" . . . serious at times . . . rods around on his motorcycle. . . plans on owning his own busi- ness one day.. .likes bookkeeping and cross country . . . speedy Carr. NANCY BROWN Nan's quiet on the outside, laughing on the inside . . . loves to ride horseback . . . whiz at cooking . . . "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach" . . . engaged. SHIRLEY BROWN Library l, 35 Y-Teens 3. Cheerful and friendly . . . good sense of humor , . . finds pleasure in church activities . . . will soon be a WAF. COLLEEN CARROLL N.H.S. 2, 35 Y-Teens 3. Sharpie with typewriter and pad . . . anxious to please . . . friendly smile for everyone... "Spigots" enjoys dancing. DOROTHY CARTER Alway out for a good time . . . talented artist . . . as- pires to be a housewife . . . fond of sewing and mush- ball. LORNA CARSON Chorus l, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Witty in a quiet way . . . good natured. . .swim- ming enthusiast . . . ambi- tion to be a hostess on an ocean liner. VIRGINIA CASE "Ginger" enjoys listening to popular music . . . finds pleasure in photography ...gal of few words... future bookkeeper. D 911 MARGARET BULES Distributive Ed. 3. Shy, until you get to know her. . . a very unusual person. . . carefree . .. always ready for a laugh . . . fond of merchandising . . "how 'bout that!" BARBARA CARLSON Distributive Ed. 35 Y-Teens 2. "Barb" . . . new addition to A.H.S. from DuBois . . . has made herself right at home . . .possesses a charming smile . . . loves a good time. MARILYN CALLAHAN Senate 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Library 1, 2, 35 N.H.S. 2, 35 Academe 2, 35 Red Cross l. "Marel" . . . talk, talk, talk ...friendly . . . carefree . . . always seen scooting around in her little yellow convertible. CAROL CARR Monitor I, 25 Red Cross 2, 3. A kindhearted pal . . . one worth knowing . . . seen at all football games . . . en- joys bookkeeping and church work . . . plans to go into office work. LORETTA CESNICK Y Teens l Intell1gent lull of m1s chlet and fun a model nurse she w1ll make w1ll1ng to help taklng prctures 15 pleasure tor er DONALD CHARTERS Chou l Don college bound w1ll be a mortrcxan lohn s twm swlmmlng tavorxte sport 1n 1 ested ln SCISHCE hard workxng tnendly masse CAROL CLARK MARGARET CLOYD Glrls Chorus 1 2 3 Chorusl 2 3 YTeens3 Teens l 2 3 M1meo 3 Vwaclous smrle twlnk Carrxe has a quxet man lang eyes w1ll attend ner would lxke to Ene Business College rn spend more tzme swlm preparatlon tor a secre mmg tap dancer tanal career has her eyes set on a nursxng career IOHN CHARTERS Cholrl 2 3 GleeClub1 Don s twln wrll attend Grove Clty College this a w1l enter t e m1n1stry hlstory and swxmmrng greatly mter est thxs lad crazy sense of humor BARBARA CHICOSKI YTeens l 2 3 Bubbnng over w1th con vezsatxon Barb plans to be a nurse opens the band box for neatness d1g those crazy glasses VERA COCHRAN Y Teens 2 Bootsxe a1rl1ne hostess rs her ambltron takes walks ln spare time hkes to make whoopee collects photos n1Oa WILLIAM CHASE SANTINA CHIANELLO Track l Chorus l 2 3 Y Teens 2 Farmer enyoys sott 3 Mrmeo 3 ball hkes to t1nker vnth Fun lov1ng petrte spark hls car enthuslastlc lxng Sandy future hunter rnechamcally stenographer enyoys mmded tree and easy wrxtrng letters always THOMAS CHIDO Football 1 2 3 Basket ba l 2 Always drxvmg a dxtterent car wxll own a stung of dr1ve1n dry cleaners guy behmd the grln extremely lrkeable s n1ce as they come MARILYN COHEN Cheerleader 1 Y Teens 1 2 3 Eddze Fxsher s records make her swoon hkes French pleasant and charming many pretty clothes college bound dehghts rn a party JEAN COLBY YTeens 1 2 3 Cho1r l Peaches and cream mterests are cholr work photography P O D can be seen cheerxng at football games wrll at tam her goal as h1story teacher - - -- ll ll- " ' ' ...we- h . ' ' . yy ar r, I3ff??5E' " -1 Q 'f' :fjyfa ' tll... ' h ' ' ' ' , g f p n, ,, its ' A " ' - ll , . I a ' . Q ' .,:Y- -- - 1- ,- ,,g - - ' "... ,. 2,3. ... ... - I ' ' ' ' .., , . . .... CHARLES COPPLE Wrestling lg Choir l, 2, 3, Senate 1, 2, 3. "Chuck" . . . will attain his goal as an engineer. . . spends weekends in Ash- tabula. . . dislikes con- ceited people. . .likes working on his car and listening to blues records. ROBERT CRAWFORD "Tom" . . . plans to take his 5'8" frame into the Navy . . .favorites f-rice, typing, and swimming . . . spends his spare time loaf- ing . . . class loudspeaker. GRETCHEN CORNELIUS Star 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Senate 3. lust glows with goodness . . . radiant strawberry blonde hair ...handy with a needle . . . sincere . . .will make an excep- tional secretary. NORBERT CORNELIUS Cross Country l, 2, Track l. "Norb" . . . Nancy's other side . . . pastime and hob- by is playing baseball . . . to be a draftsxnan is his aim . . . P.O.D. a favorite. NANCIE CORNELIUS Red Cross 2. Athletic. . . Norb's twin . . . friendly to all . . . can't stand snobish people . . . "Corny" will be a Chris- tian Social worker. IANET COTE Y-Teens 3. Talkative. . .finds pleasure in roller skating, and water skiing . . . gym is Ian's favorite subject . . . hopes to be a housewife. ANTOINETTE CRISCIONE Distributive Ed. 3. Not a care in the world . . . takes in all the football games . . . will work hard after graduation so she can buy a car. lOAN CROCK Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Senate l, 2, Star 2, 3, Monitor l, 3. "Io" . . . aspires to be a private secretary . . . fond of shrimp . . . ardent cross country fan . . .shiny black hair. 111. DOROTHY COLEMAN Monitor 3. One of our engaged girls ... quiet and serious minded in every thing she does . . . finds pleasure in office practice . . . future household manager. ALLEN CONN A hunting enthusiast . . . ambition is to be a pilot . . . guns are his hobby . . . seen but not heard... languid appearance. HAZEL CROSBY Can be seen cheering at basketball games . . . en- joys driving in her leisure time . . . quiet . . . will at- tend college in Cleveland, Ohio. CAROL CRO WELL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Orchestra lg Star 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3. Intelligence and a sweet disposition will spell suc- cess for Carol . . . some- one you should be sure to meet.. .aim is to be a physical therapist. NANCY D ANNIBALE Y Teens 3 Italys loss IS Academys gam Nan s pastlme IS clancmg enjoys Wllllng letters ma1n amb t1on 1S to ga back to ltaly cute as a button soarklmg p rsonalrty MARY DETTER Y Teens 2 3 Loves to dance plays plano very well a true trrend talkatrve prres to be a secretary then a housewrte GERALDINE DAVIES Qu1et smcere hard worker sews many of her own clothes W1 make a neat nurse sweet snule ervloys playmg the plano EARLE DHUS Band 1 2 3 Cholr 1 Earle sp1tfy clothes not much amblhon qulet possesse blonde harr and blue eyes good lookrng w1ll attend Penn State thxs fall HOLLIS DECKARD YTeens1 2 3 Star2 3 Senate 3 Ollglnal nose tor news a sense of humor charactenzes our young wh1ppersnapper sure has fun out ot 1 e CAMILLA DENNIS Tw1rl1nq 1 2 3 YTeens 1 2 3 MOD1lOI1 Talkatwe Cam always 1n the m1dst of fun and l1v elv act1v1ty class de butani tw1rls llke a pro w1ll attend Mary Washxngton or Bnarclxtt College CHARLES DOERRLER Chuck desrres to be a federal agent usually seen bowlmg plans to make hrst mzllnon before he s thlrty has a great 1nterest 1n P O D and toot ball atter the Axr Force he w1ll go on to college LARRY DRIGGS Larry 1nterested 1n forestry loves sw1m mnng and huntxng qulet as an 1nv1s1ble man hopes to attend East ern Nazarene College th1s a 12 BARBARA DOMBROWSKI Always 1n the clouds never ln class her hob by IS workxng always out wrth the gang alm IS to become a teacher MARY ANN DUDEK MOD1l0I 3 Dlstnbutxve Ed Qulet but tnendly to all one man gal en1oys a good txme especlally when dancmg or roller skat1ng ROBERT DEPEW Bob would lxke to be a shovel operator member of the C1V1l De tense always seen hot rodd1ng around town 1n h1s 111 ole Studle 1S tavontes are POD and football MARIAN DOMINIK YTeens1 2 3 Sweet personalrty beauhful clothes qu1et and rellable plans to be a pnvate secretary after gradua t1on her warm sm11e has brxghtened many blue moments .QI . Y ji l , ' 'gc I fb. , - ' ' I I ' ' I ll ll - I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - I I I I I . I I I - ' ' ' , . , . . . . . 1 f I - - - - ' ' ' ' 'll " ...a" ' H- " . ' A ' ' . ' ' '. "'A " I ' e ' . l't . ' ' ' , -1. , , - ,. ,,: ' ,2,3. "" It ll - I I . . . . . - - . 1 - ' ' ...as- ' s fs . . 'V ' , M Ls, 3-2121 'W' 1,3 if if 1,37 H H . ' ' ' I ' 1 f - . . . f ' I I I 1. H . . . I . . . . . . , . A n s u ' . fl ' f f 11. Y I D K AUDREY DUNBAR Chorus 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3, Library Staff I, 2, 3. Secretary . . . pepperpot . . . always on the run . . . member of Civil Defense . . . skates in exhibitions and competition. CHARLES DUNN Chuck will attend Gannon College . . . fun to talk to ...will make a super salesman . . . gardening is his hobby. . .always ready to laugh. RICHARD EICHLER Choir 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Band 1, 2, 3. "Gary" . . . dislikes girls with Italian haircuts . . . T.V. and popcorn fan . . . plays trombone and organ . . . wants to be an organist . . . collects stamps and pennants. KATHLEEN EISERT Y-Teens 2, 3, Monitor 3. Kay. . . cute. . .known for her ready smile and pleasant laugh. . .at ease on the dance floor . . . will attend Erie Busi- ness College. RICHARD ENSTROM Dick . . . college bound . . . interested in the field of forestry . . . guns are his hobby . . . passes his time reading. 1. 5' . f ERNEST DUNN Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3. Everyone's friend . .. powerfully constructed in stature, character, and personality . . . voted most likely to succeed . . . class brain.. . will make an outstanding doctor. SUSAN ELLER Orchestra lp Y-Teens 2, 3. Quiet and dignified . . . will make a wonderful school teacher . . . plans to continue her education next fall at Edinboro State Teacher's College . . . ac- tive in Rainbow. NEIL EULIANO Cross Country 2, 3. "lules" . . . voted the big- gest flirt . . . likes the girls . . . ambition is to be a playboy . . . Cross Country interests him. . .hair that's blacker than black. 9131: IOYCE DYER Distributive Ed. Sweet . . . likes swimming' also modern jazz dancing . . . upon graduation she plans to be a beautician. ROSE MARIE ECKARD Easy going . . . always out for a good time . . . enjoys bowling . . . Mrs. Schoenf feld's right hand gal. . . ambition is to be a happy housewife. 5? I fy'3Qg 13 ' "'L , W , Q ' fy j WILLIAM DYER "Bill" . . . Cleveland Indian fan ...loves to hunt and fish . . . collects stamps . . . plays guitar . . . will attend Behrend Center to fulfill his main ambition which is to de- sign machinery. CATHERINE ECONOMOS Library Monitor 1. Charming low voice. . . jet black hair. . . loves to dance. . . collects blues and jazz records... "Kay" plans to be an air- line hostess. SHIRLEY EVANS Monitor 3. Enjoys a quiet evening at home . . . not a care in the world . . . would like to work in an office . . . rather quiet. MARIANNE FORD Orchestra 2. Loves an argument . . . says her talent is talking faster than Rita . . . em- broiders . . . likes to swim ...will marry after graduation. PEARL F ERO Cheerleading l, 2, 3, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3. Cute gal whose dimples make her smile extra friendly . . . sews a fine seam . . . our philosopher . . . sweet disposition. 1 f .ie DOLORES FORISKO Y-Teens 2, 3. "Dolly" . . . long, natural curly hair . . . would like to travel . . . plays the ac- cordian . . . ambition is to be a medical secretary . . . friendly. NADINE FIELD Choir 1, 2, 35 Twirling 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. "Lovely to look at - de- lightful to know" . . .oht that red hair . . . musically talented . . . snappy leader oftwirlers. I ACK FISHER Track 35 Swimming 1, 2. "Rebel" . . .never over- works. . .talkative . .. hopes to be a draftsman ...hot rods and tried chicken interest him any time . . . "keep a cool head" is his motto. I OANNE F INAZZO MARLEIN Y-Teens 3. Y Teens 1 Quiet and calm... 3 Cho1r2 dreams of going to Italy Indepenc someday . . . loves ravioli plished - dislikes knee socks . . . Marella has fun at square dances. ing HARRY F ON G N.H.S. 2, 3. Always working... serious . . . will be a suc- cess in life as a pharma- cist . . . loves baseball and Chinese food . . . college bound. . . has a great in- terest in science, especially physics. HELEN FORNESS Came to us from Ripley . . . intends to be a house- wife . . . happy-go-lucky , . . enjoys life . . . devout . . .inquisitive . . . nice to know. ir 44 IOHN FOURSPRING Track 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 3. "Pat" . . . stands 6' tall. . . just loves to tease girls . . . pet peeve is women drivers. . . Academy's Daniel Boone . . . a future insurance and real estate agent. ..bound for Behrend Center. THOMAS GALANIS A.V.A. 2, Band 3, Choir 3, Football 2, Golf I, 2, 3. Owns a snazzy black and yellow Ford . . . plays clarinet . . . headed for Carnegie Tech. . .will succeed as an engineer . . . a rival for Cupid with his bow and arrow. LOUISE GILMER Will attend a business college. . . collects rec- ords of famous singers . . . television fan. . .sings while she sews . . . always chuckling. LINDA GEHRLEIN Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Red Cross I, 2. Dependable . . . talkative friendly smile for every- one . . . girl of many talents . . . active member of the Erie Drum and Bugle Corps. ELEANOR GEORGE Chorus l, 2. Good natured . . . witty . . . always ready to make new friends . . . likes west- ern music.. .enjoys church work. EDWARD GOLEMBESKI Football 3. "Eddie" . . . finds it hard to get up in the morning . . . strictly an individualist ...anxious to be out on his own.. .very wavy hair fthe kind only boys havel. NANCY GEISLER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Senate 2. Expressive eyes . . . fresh as a daisy . . . will make an attractive nurse... thoughtful of others . . . live wire. VIRGINIA GIFFORD Orchestra l, 2, 3, Ready to help anyone in trouble. . .volunteer worker at Hamot Hospital . . . collects rocks, shells, and dolls from foreign lands . . . nice to every- one. ADELLE FRIEDMAN Monitor 35 Orchestra 3. "Termite" . . . Intends to attend Penn State Uni- versity . . . plays the cello ...likes to swim... friendly personality. .. has a cute way of expres- sing herself. DOROTHY GORANFLO Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Twirling lg Distributive Ed. Will become a WAVE . . . detests crew cuts . . . al- ways roller skating . . . deep blue eyes . . . likes to play the piano... friendly. vl5f. ,7 BENIAMIN GRADLER Choir I, 2, 3. "Benny" . . . cars are his one love . . . one of Acade- my's most handsome boys . . . likes to sing and square dance. . .his hobbyg building a super-duper hot rod. LORETTA FULLER Chorus I, 2, 3. "Lorrie" plans to be a medical secretary . . . seen at all football games . . . adept at skating and writ- ing letters . . . avid Indian fan. JAMES GRAHAM Football 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3. "lim" . . . outstanding leader in every phase of school life. . . most pop- ular boy in the class . .. a solemn Sam . . . capable of doing big things. , in ar ., , V. .l THOMAS GRANEY Track l, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3. Plans his future as a lawyer . . . intends to go to Penn State . . . has more fun in study hall . . . out atter Roger Bannister's track record. RICHARD GRUCZA Distributive Ed. President ot the U.S. in the year 2000 . . . watch- ing T.V. is his pastime . . . a tishing enthusiast . . . crazy mixed-up kid. L- C PATRICIA GRATKOWSKI Chorus 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, Monitor 35 Dramatics Club 3. Gift of gab . . . likes a per- son with a sense ot humor ...wants to be a secre- tary... enjoys dancing . . . always writing letters. IANET GRAVES Y-Teens 2, 3, Worthy advisor of Rain- bow . . . would like to be a bookkeeper . . .will study at Erie Business Col- lege . . . anxious to please. WINIFRED GUNNER Cheerleading l, 25 Y- Teens l, 2, 3. Interested in secretarial work . . . pastime is having fun. . .always laughing . . . gay as they come. IANET GWINN Choir l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Always talking on the phone . . .constantly doing something . .. would like to go to busi- ness school . . . sweet dis- position. RONALD HALPERT Football 3, A.V.A. 3. "Tilt" . . . has a worthy purpose in life - to be president . . . likes horses . . . always enjoys a good football game . . .can really jive it up on his sax. ,161 GARNET GREENMAN ANNI Chorus 2, 3. Real sw Interested in North East qui ...very triendly... pleasurn pleasant manner . . . in- plays th tends to work hard atter a secret graduation. DOROTHY HAIN Never gloomy , . . nimble fingers ...sports en- thusiast . . .found writ- ing letters in her spare time . . . collects photos ...housewife is Dot's ambition. CHARLOTTE HAMADY Monitor 1, 2. "Chuckie" aspires to be a nurse . . . handy with a paint brush . . . plays the bugle in the Erie Drum and Bugle Corp . . . pretty deep blue eyes. RICHARD HAMILTON Football 15 Wrestling 2. "Dick" . . . one ofthe boys ...blonde hair. . . blue eyes . . . plans his future as a drattsrnan . . . mem- ber of the Wheels and Sportsman League . . . a regular hot rod. MICHAEL HARRIS Senate l, 2, 35 A.V.A. 2, 35 Monitor 2. "Mike" can talk circles around anyone we know . . . enjoys a party anytime . . . good dancer . . . class politician . . . will make a million someday . . . will attend University ot Illinois. PHYLLIS HARTLEB Senate 15 Y-Teens l, 3. ANNETTE HARVEY Y-Teens 25 Library Mon- A studious person . . . puts itor 3. iirst things tirst . . , an en- Modeling is her aim . . . gaging conversationalist will learn this art at Barb- . . . bubbling over with izon Modeling School . . . personality. quiet humor . . . slim 'n Trim. NANCY HARVEY Senate 15 Monitor 25 Cheerleader l, 25 Library Monitor 2. Imps ot mischief are al- ways dancing in Niki's blue eyes . . . carefree . . . likes to read when she isn't "on the go" . . . at- tractive red hair. MARY ANN HAYDEN Chorusl 2 3 YTeens 2 3 Star2 3 Ice blue eyes big smile ...plans to attend Stewardess Training... enjoys singing and SHARON HELLMAN Distributive Ed Ambition is to travel to California a gentle smile framed by a pretty tace . . . always enjoys a lively party . . . sweet. LEROY HELMER Basketballl 2 3 ee shows athleti ability on the basketball court . . . happiest when eating ravioli . . . oh that blonde curly hair... I OAN HARVEY Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Red Cross 15 Senate 3. Quiet on the surface with a bubbling personality underneath. . .sincere and intelligent. . . "little girl" look. IOHN HASSELL Stage Crew l, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 3. "lack" . . . chemist to be . . . enjoys archery and golt. . .versatile . .. bound for Penn State . . . expert watch and clock fixer . . . whiz with a slide rule. dancing . . . talk-talk-talk. strives to hold a position in the engineering field. CAROL HENGSLER Library Monitor 1, 2, 35 Y-Teen 3. Pert and saucy . . . talk- ative . . . takes in all foot- ball and basketball games . . . short and lively. . . hopes to become an air- line hostess. THOMAS HENRY Distributive Ed. "Tom" . . . a hard worker . . .likes to bowl in spare time. . .tackles every- thing with an earnest sincerity . . . mechanically minded. 1:17a KATHRYN HERMAN Y-Teens 3. Pleasant smile. . . pretty face . . . hopes to go to college . . . always on the phone . . . has the pret- tiest green eyes . . . sweet appearance. fl ,. 4 fs, , W X IANET HESS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Will be an office worker ...small . . . always eat- ing. . . an avid T.V. fan . . .very thoughtful and considerate person. "QD", MARLENE HRITZ Y-Teens 3. Traveling is her hobby . . . plans to be an office worker . . . shiny black hair . . . aiming for graduation . . . nice to know. NANCY HUBER Twirling 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 3. Seen with Danny . . . will be a housewife . . . an ex- pert cook . . . cute little blonde twirler . . . aims to please everyone, SHIRLEY HICKS Nice to everyone... pretty blonde hair . . . any- thing pleases her... wants to be a WAVE. . . especially likes to read. DONALD HOLL Football 35 A.V.A. 1. Class jester . . . wants to be an engineer . . . always busy "taking it easy" . . . pretty green eyes and blonde hair . . . wolf at heart. ..- -,..... I Q if FRANCIS HILL Life of the party. . . his Swimming hair is his trademark... P o I 3 "Fran" . . . 6'1" and full Basketball of fun . . . loves those catty Howie clothes . . . individualistic. tennis court e a CAROL HORNUNG Y-Teens 2, 35 Red Cross 3. A sincere kindness which makes her a living "love thy neighbor" . . . swim- ming rates high . . . makes a hobby of painting. . . very dignified... a learned person. 1. ko., t ll n . CECILIA HULL Y-Teens 2, 35 Senate 3. Versatile . . . calm, helpful friend . . . college widow . . . black hair, bright smile and pleasing personality make Cece a standout . . . in nursing she'1l excel. M1811 KENNETH ILLIG IAME To be an engineer is Chief "Ken's" ambition. ,, blue 1 cherry pie, math and foot- looking ball are favorites... Coast Gu skating is his pastime. . . gI'6dl13ll0U lackadaisical manner . . Wlfh "I didn't do it!" stitches KENNETH ISHLER Football 1, 2, 3. "Ken" . . . would like to be the owner ot a business . . . plans on attending Penn State... plays a mean trumpet. . . hunting and fishing takes up much of his time . . . a carrot-top. FRANK ITALIANI Red Cross l, 2. Takes life as it comes. . . will attend University ot Tennessee after he serves his time in the U.S,M.C. . . . reads on archaeology ...claims his talent is telling jokes. . . never hurries much. RICHARD IACKSON Orchestra l, 2, Debate 2, 35 N.H.S. 2, 3. "Dick" , . . uses those S10 words. . .walking en- cyclopedia . . .friendly ...future chemist... plans to attend Haverford College . . , President of the Debate team... intellectual. ALICE IACKSON Friendly, with a smile tor everyone. . .sparkle in her eyes . . . dislikes con- ceited boys . . . likes pizza . . . has fun in life. ROBERT IACKSON Distributive Ed. Our Mr. Peepers... ambitious, as his pastime is working . . . aims to be a lab technician . . . en- joys swimming ...likes parties. J l A Is RICHARD IEFFORDS Orchestra 1, 2, 3, "Dick" . . . has an avid interest in science-fiction . . . future history teacher . . . can really play his violin . . . a most unusual walk ...builds model ships. RICHARD IEN SEN Band 1, 2, 3. "Dick" . . .taller than tall . . . skilled Drum Major of our band . . . headed for Penn State . . . will enter the field of forestry . .. enjoys life, especially the out-ot-doors. RICHARD IEPSON "Dick" . . . aim is to gradu- ate from Penn State and get ahead . . . trifle bit shy . . . doesn't believe in rushing around . . . loves to snooze. vl9. CHARLES IRWIN Red Cross lg Distributive Ed. Likes outdoor sports . . . considers himself talkative . . . aims to be a diesel mechanic . . . his list of favorites include history and fried chicken... passes time dancing and skating. 1:9 A sf ANTHONY IICHA Football 2, 3. "Tony" . . . women hater . . . sports lover . . . always has a smile on his face . . . loves that food . . . intends to be an electrical en- gineer . . . quiet in school, but outside? WOW! TERRY IRWIN Orchestra l, 2, 3. "Terry" . . . real crazy drummer ...plays the guitar too . . . likes base- ball . . . short but power- fully built . . . friendly and easy-going. ALICE IOHNSON Y-Teens l, 25 Mimeo 3. A blonde bombshell . . . always smiling . . . to be a private secretary is her ambition . . . smart dresser . . . her hobby is keeping her car running. IAMES IOHNSON Go l23Bandl23 1m play on golt course and O1 sax w1th equal ease caddy at Kahkwa plans to at tend Prtt or Southern Calr forma Speed they call rm YVONNE IOHNsON YTeens 2 3 Cholr 2 3 Scads of dreamy clothes attractlve cheery manner s1ngs well enloys act1ng and dancrng headed tor agrrculture and tech mcal coll ge MARIE IOHNSON Momtor I 2 3 M1meo3 Statuesque mrld hopes to marry a mtl llonalre someday dellghts rn skat1ng spends her spare trme readmg or s wmg CHARLES IONES Football 1 2 Wrestlmg 1 Chuck member of the Naclrema Club good all around athlete llkes sports ot any kxnd on the quret sxde tuture football coach PAUL I OHNSON Track 2 3 Paul an outdoor man can really whoop It up wrth a gultar can be found anyhme at the h o p e s to g o to Behrend Center can eat turkey anytlme RUTH I OHNSON Twrrlmg 1 2 3 YTeens 1 2 3 Chorus l Short nsweet sees the brlghter slde ot hte wants to be a nurse her hobby IS dogs seen everywhere wlth Les ba DONNA IONES Cheerleadlngl 2 3 Enyoys church work w1ll enter Bob Iones Um versxty rn the tall most anythlng pleases her trlenclly enthusrastlc and smcere DOLORES KELLER Dxstrlbutlve Ed Dee destmed to be the owner ot a Ford con vert1ble always has fun hkes to lrsten to records enjoys a toot ball game 20 SHIRLEY I OHNSON Basketball enthusrast quret but hkes to have a good trme collects records delrghts rn dancmg another one of our engaged glrl IEAN KAISER D1str1but1ve Ed Talkatxve easy come easv go hnds pleasure ln skahng and motor cyclmg feels at home rn the water arms to be a housewxte always laughlng MARILYN KELLY Twlrhng 1 YTeens l 2 3 NHS 2 3 Blessed w1th an envrable combrnatron ot mtel lrgence and beauty Bov' can thls grrl swlml purpose 1n hte IS to make Klp a good wrte THOMAS KAMIN SKI Basketball 3 Baseb ll 3 Tennrs 3 Long Tom deep deep volce 6414 of sohd man steak and cherry pre w1ll make a hrt wrth hun so w1ll sports plans h1s career as a dentrt what a physrquel Y ., 2 ' 1f,,: - " "I' "... s ' " ,,g . 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' - ' ' ...a , V, Q 5 x Q, , 2' ' 1 1- " A - g a 5 - - al- - - - - f fn , , , 1 I M! 7 1 t s... i --I ll-ll - D K CLYDE KENDALL Sonny gets h1s fun out of trnkerrng w1th motors ladles man Henry Ford rn the rnalung w1ll attend Penn State makes wrth that sm1le PERRY KEYS Cross Country 1 2 Basketball l 2 Track 1 2 3 Wrestlmg 3 Llttle Keys h1s legs are the prxde and 1oy of the cross country team hasnt lost a plng pong game 1n three years hardly ever heard from rn school bundle of dy namrte outsrde IANICE KING Y Teens 3 All sports mterest her so tallratlve good sense of humor lrkes to draw guxldecl wlth gayety fun lovrng CAROL KONOPKA LILLIAN KONS YTeens3 Red Cross2 3 YTeens I 2 3 Senate 1 Talkahve always ready 3 Academe 2 3 NHS toragood trme collects 2 3 Monitor l souvenzrs reads rn Dark harred Venus spare time Cary sugar and splce and plans to 1o1n the WAF everythlng nice does everythrng wlth per lectxon wrll be a suc cess as a nurse NANCY KOSOBUCKI Chorusl 2 3 Lots of clothes found roarnrng the halls sprmgy walk a greet mg for everyone yoys tennls ambxtlon to get marned DAVID KONZEL Dave Long Tom s shadow worthy pur pose ln lzte to loxn the Alr Force enyoys a good game of golt qulck wrtted seen rod d1ng around an h1s Studxe SYLVIA KOSIOREK Dlstrlbutlve Ed Lrlres skating movies and bowlmg pastxme IS hs tenmg to WI ET blonde ha1r and blue eyes amb1t1on IS to be a house wrte 21 I OANN KING Y Teens 3 A true tnend smcere 1n a charmrng way adept wlth a paint brush collector ot records football enthuslast to be a secretary IS her arm ESTHER KN OBLOCH Qulet fuvds pleasure 1n oxl pamtmg loves the country water bug w1ll attend Erle Busl ness College ROSE MARIE KLEMM YTeensl 2 Ath etxc wltty rn a quiet way enjoys basketball games handy w1th a needle and thread C em studymg for a nursrng career ROBERT KOENIG S nate 3 Chou' 1 2 Water Polol 2 3 Swlm rnrngl 2 3 Our pool shark crew cut krd veep ot Senate personallty plus O I that sm1le 1 e guard deluxe CHARLOTTE KOVSKI Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Star 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3. Nitty dresser . . . silent and reserved, but oh so sweet 1 g n 1 f 1 e d w 1 enter Threl College thoughtful frlend MARY KOWALIK Y-Teens 2, 3. Claims she can count over a hundred in German . . . likes to draw has a good txme at polka dances wrll attend Erie Busl ness College VIRGINIA LAZAN Possesses a wealth ot shy gentle smrles can be found readmg lrsten 1ng to records txnds pleasure ln roller skatmg happy wanderer through our halls BERTINE LEATHERWOOD Momtor 2 Can be heard sayrng help the people srngs well a neat dres ser nursrng w1ll be her future career MARLAGENE KRASNESKI 1 2 3 NHS spmted as a colt GS G PUPPY Y Teens As hxgl trrendly top notch swrmmer wrll b plans to pharmacrst attend Un1vers1ty t Mrchrgan WESLEY KRUSZEWSKI Momtor 2 Krush wrll be wear mg an Army umtorm next year dnves a snazzy car anythmg blue at tracts hrs eye one of the best 'FH- vnu? YS? RICHARD LECHTNER ChO1I I 2 3 Bandl 2 Drck w11l be a suc cess rn hte as an elec trlcal engmeer th1s fall w1ll tmd hlm at Case Tech passes trme by playmg sax wrth the Starlrghters brarn 22 I AMES KRILL 1m rntends to 1o1n the Navy lt the Army doesn t get hlm IIISI destlned to bulld a speedy sports car collects crazy comxc books easy to get along wxth RICHARD LASER George can hx any krnd ot radro wxll eat anythlng that resembles ood Ma Laser s boy a good game ot toot ball attracts h1m usually seen but not heard SYLVIA KRIVONAK Y Teens 1 Chorus 2 3 Sllver tall and w1l lowy she ll m1SS Acad emy l1kes sw1mm1ng and tenms w1ll attend Comptometer School GLENN LEVOSKY Cross Country I Baseball l 2 3 Track 2 3 Lxberace to be a sports wrlter rs th1s lad s hte amb1t1on expert on the uke spaghettr and baseball tan loves to sleep and lrsten to records IRENE LEWANDOWSKI Chorus 2 Sandy plays the ac cordran enloys partrc rpatmg 1n the sports of tennrs and sw1mm1ng lookrng forward to a career rn the secretanal held .,.d' " '11 ' ' ...a ' ' '- , v f ' e ' ' , g o ' ' . 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I D LAYNE LINSEY FRANK LOMBARDO Y Teens 2 3 Headed for marnage talent rs drawmg l1kes dorng most anythrng cute glasses pretty green eyes voted the w1t u n e a s y school comes Frank t 1 e s t gomg as never seen wrth o u a sleepy g1r always DONNA LOPER YTeer1s 2 3 Chorus 2 3 Llte Savlngl 2 At home rn the water reads rn her spare t1me w1ll attend Erxe Busrness College always looks happy LEONARD LOMBARDO Basketball l 2 3 Base 1 3 Trac Tenn1s 2 3 W1ll attend Westmmster College alms to be a coach plays the cordran sports agree w1th hrm outstand1ng BARBARA LORENSEN Y Teens l 2 3 Football tan talkatxve always ready for a chlcken drnner w1ll be a stenographer srncere and conscrentrous WILLIAM LIND Momtor 3 1 one of the boys brush cut wants to be a sea gorng bell hop quxte the wrestler always workmg on hrs car cute MARY LINSE Orchestral 2 3 Twrrlmg 1 2 3 YTeens1 3 Attractxve blonde twrrler w1ll enter nurses trarnmg at St Vrncent s Hosprtal dances well lrkes chemrstry GEORGIA MAE LUCAS IANET LUCHT PAUL LUCIANO KATHLEEN LYDIC Enyoys wrrtlng letters YTeens 1 2 3 ack l Band l 2 Drstnbutrve Ed hkes basketball clever Drrv e s pow de r blu e Orchestra 3 Krtty lrkes a party any wrth a needle future Cadrllac good hearted ed hopes someday t1me seen but seldom secretary w1ll attend fond of swrmmmg to have hrs own dance heard rollerskates college ln North Carolma reads often now Mrs band plays a mean pastrme IS readrng B111 Roberts lrconce str ck quret anx1ous to leave Erle lrkeable personalxty 9 or VIRGINIA MALACZAK Short gal blonde halr blue eyes never srlent always talkmg enloys lrstemng to records "B'll".... V I I ' I - lk 1 fl ta In ' ' ball , 2, ',' Ik lg A ' ' '- ' Y- ' I t 'l... . . ... BC' personality.. l , - . : 1, - ,.- ,g' ' ,,3. ' K TN 4,1 f h N -- - ,,- Tr 5 , ,3g " ' . ' ' ' - "R ' MARCIA MALONEY YTeens 2 3 Senate l Orchestra 2 3 Personahty glows fun to be wrth loves the water enloys drrvrnq collects records plans a nursmg career PATSY MARMINO Atlas a wexghtlrfter wouldnt turn down a mrll1on dollars terested rn the gxrls ALAN MANDELL Senate 3 Tremendous hexght of school potatoes favorrte food so he says talent wrrtxng scxence f1ct1on lrkes o f r PSISUBSIVQ DAVID MARTIN A 3 C r o Country l Dave asplres to be an agrzcultural farmer hopes to attend Penn State thls fall our band and twlrlers the best ln crty country so says thls lad assembhes hrs paSl1me IANE MARHOEFF ER YTeens l 2 3 Mlmeo 3 Senate2 Orchestral 2 3 Qulet and frrendly well liked by everyone musrcally talented accomphshes lots wx be a secretary BEVERLY MARINO N H S 3 Cheerleadmg 3 Y Teens 3 A captrvatrng smrle framed by a pretty face dances wlth perfectlon serlous rntellrgence beauty talent make Beverly out standrng DOLORES MARTIN Senate l Monrtor l Lxkes to l1sten to good muslc neat appear ance emoys a good book found sewmg 1n her spare trme wr hold office POSIIIOII PHYLISS MATTES NHS 2 3 Senate3 Outstandmg student puts her all rnto every thmg plays the pxano lrkes to sew w1ll be a successful secretary 241: SALLY MARTIN eens l 2 3 Crossl 2 3 Shy has taken part rn syncromzed swrmmxng lrkes tenn1s and bad rnmton plans to go mto nurses trarnrng GEORGE MATTSON Stands 62 to wm a model arrplane contest IS hrs ambxtron gomg to a movxe xs an rdeal even 1ng drslrkes loud mouths you ll learn favorlte sayrng .Q 7 .- A.. M EUGENE MARINO Good example of welght lxftlng h1s hobby w1ll be remembered for hrs bowl1ng rn Academe assembly plays ac cordlan w1ll make good husband MARIE MATHEWS YTeens l 2 3 Arms to be a secretary w1ll attend E 19 Busmess College lucky lass has a pnvate chauffeur seen scoohng around w1th B1ll friendly DARRELL MAY Tennis 1, A.V.A. l, 2, Red Cross l, 2. Working at McFayden's Drug Co. is where you'll find "Hogan", as he plans on being a pharmacist . . . U.S. Navy then college fit's free that wayl . . . at ease in Mr. Havican's class . . . cute. RICHARD MERRYMAN Band 3, Tennis 2, 3, Cross Country 2. "Skootch" . . .enjoys geometry.. .looking forward to a career of en- gineering in California . . . good looking . . . will at- tend Penn State. MARILYN McDONNELL Twirling l, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Her freckles are a sign of beauty . . . definite in- terest in art . . . amiable personality. . .likes to swim . . . one of our en- gaged misses. EILEEN MEYER Monitor lg Y-Teens 3. Good hearted. . . handy with a tennis racket . . . interested in photo- graphy. . .sports en- thusiast . . . will work in office. HERBERT MILLER Football l, 2, 3, Basket- ball 3, N.H.S. 35 Academe 3. "Butch" . . . says he's shy but we wonder . . . blushes easily . . . you've seen him in the stadium, this good- looking tackle. . . hard- worker on the sports section of this book. MADGE McKEE Chorus lg Twirling 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Star 2, 3. Dark and petite . . . spark- ling appearance . . . class brain . . . plays the organ and teaches Sunday School . . . active lass. WILLIAM MIF SUD Distributive Ed. "Bill" . . . lives for his ve- hicle . . . spends all his spare time working on his car . . . likes the outdoor life . . . after working hard at Loblaws he'd enjoy a good steak dinner. ANDREA MITCHELL Very unique and versatile ...especially enjoys skiing and swimming . . . will prepare for a career of engineering at Illinois State U . . . left us for Canton Ohio. 225.1 9 cm.. MARGARET McLAUGHLIN Y-Teens 3. Quiet but wonderful com- pany. . .pretty com- plexion . . . perfect lady ...fond ofart...may choose nursing as a career. SALLY MCMICHAEL Chorus l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Mimeo 3. Nice to look at. . . tap- dancer . . . agreeable per- sonality . . . sincere inter- est in people . . . will make an ideal nurse. I UDITH MCMANN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Never a dull moment . . . graceful on roller skates . . . never tires of listen- ing to Ray Anthony's band ...looking forward to owning a dress shop. RICHARD MELZER Baseball l, 2, 3, Basket- ball 2, 3. "Dick" . . . aim in life is to be a success . . . has a great interest in sports . . . shy guy . . . can be found at the Sunrise Dairy busily working . . . dependable. SHIRLEY ANN MOOK Monitor 1 2 3' Y-Teens l 2 3 Red Cross 2 Blushes easrly chatter box lrkes people who are cheertul a nursmg career IS her cho1ce will tram at Phlladelphxa General DENNIS NASON Football 2 3 Denny a sports en thusrast college bound a lrttle brt of nonsense now and then reserved T V tan very hard worker when he s not sleeprng MARTHA MOORE Y-Teensl 2 3 Her ambxtron IS to go to Europe someday grit of gab en1oys Tng knows how to enloy her self l1lces partres CHARLES NELSON Cross Country 3 Bud wrll surely be a success as a mechamcal engrneer w1ll attend Penn State to achleve thrs arm rather on the quret srcle avrd TV tan lrkes trrg and basketball MARY MOWREY Chorus 1 Y Teens 1 2 3 Academe 2 3 Good thrngs come small packages always ready for a square d a n c e w 1 t t y rrendly easy to please ALVERNA MYERS Chorusl 2 3 Srngs l1ke an angel seamstress tond ot German class happy easy to get along wrth w1ll attend Erxe Busl ness College CHARLES MORGAN A V A 1 2 Cross Country Chuck w1ll earn h1s way 1n hte as a baker sports of all krnds rnterest h1m especrally football lrkes P O D class the best can be found wrth Bud and Wesley PARMELIA MYERS Chorus 1 3 Alvernas sxster lrkes tennrs collects rec ords fond of srngrng pleasant wants to be a beaut1c1an HARVEY NELSEN Wrestlrng l Track 2 3 lumor mrschrevous lrkes racmg boats and cars happrest when on the ntle range or 1n trrg lrkes the outdoors huntrng frshrng wonderful fnend to have 26 EMMA IEAN NEWBY Y Teens l 2 3 Twrrlrng 2 3 N H S Sparkllng personalrty cute httle prxre porsed wants to be a teacher 1 n t e l l 1 g e nt tractwe tw1rler JAMES MULHOLLAN 1m easy come easy happy go lucky rn a hurry to be out on rs own never worrres 'E RAND NEWBY Golt 2 3 Band 2 3 B u t c h c ol l e g e bound George Gobel fan drshkes catty grrls and Bermuda shorts Ben Hogan ot the class Academy s garn etfzcrent worker 1 I I - 1 ... - ... M K 5 . . . . Eg.. . . . - . . - l' ' A ' 1 L! 1 . X :- ,,: "T , , . 3. go.. . - - ... M " ' in " " . .. ' ' ' h' . . . l . . . U , I . . . .ft 1 , , - , - . . ' ' ' , Q , K, uf. K, t V Q P' 4 Q Lg. , ,i iz. . :tt li . . . . . , " "... - " "... " "... 1,,g ...2,3. ' '... ' ' A ...at- ' I I . . . H . . . . . l 7 I ' . . . ' 4 . I H . . . an D K 'Q ,J X X . Q i ' D 'Q RAYMOND NUTTER "Ray" . . .likes hunting and fishing very much . . . goes tor sports in a big way . . . very quiet and never heard from . . . can always be depended on. 'fi LORETTA OSBORNE Pretty red hair . . . likes to go horseback riding and skating... always day- dreaming... will be a housewife. BARBARA O'BRIEN Twirling 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Cute majorette Academy will miss . . . artistic bug . . . wants to be a success . . . college bound . . . soft spoken and sweet. WILLIAM OLSEN "Bill" . . .seldom heard ...headed towards a career as a printer . . . pet peeve conceited women . . . bowling and swimming takes up much of his time . . . enjoys staying at home. LETA O'BRIEN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Friendliness and Leta go hand in hand.. .easy- going . . . aims to be a sec- retary...quiet and sincere. IANE OPDYCKE N.H.S. 3. Artistically inclined. .. cute as a button. . . "china doll" . . . will go to Pem- broke College . . . aim is to be an interior decorator. GENE NIETHEIMER Track 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Basketball 2. "Spooks" ...big tease . . . Mr. Lewis ranks high on his list... always ready for a laugh... hunting captures most ot his attention. 1' ,X ' , ALFRED NIEWINNY Distributive Ed. "Fred" . . . plans to be a barber . . . talking is his talent Iso he saysl . .. likes to travel . . . is heard saying "I'm not going" . . . gets satisfaction out of swimming and driving. MARY ANN OTT Would like to join the WAC's. . .sports en- thusiast . . . likes to square dance. . , anxious to please . . . her ambition is to be a good citizen. RICHARD PALMER Wrestling 3. "Dick" . . . likes to ride horses . . . wrestling is tops with him. . . an eye tor the women . . . card shark ...main ambition is to travel. 1.2741 'Qi-E91 THOMAS PALUCKI A.V.A. 3. "Tom" . . .builds model planes. . .speed demon . . . enjoys a good time . . . easy going ...school comes last . . . why teach- ers get gray. GRAHAM PARSONS Football 1, 2, 3. "Graham" . . .voted the most handsome boy... "moneybags" of the senior class . . . at home on the gridiron.. .passes his time sleeping . . . plans his career as a veterinarian. in 431' RITA PARIS Chorus l 2 3 YTeens Easy to know easy to hke strrkxng eyes ap dances a1m IS to be a nurse enyoys wrrtmg lette s mce to every one PATRICIA PECK Senate 2 a swrms lrke a txsh enloys everyone s com pany collects cartoons w1ll be a nurse St Vmcent s Hosprtal IS her chorce DANA PARKER Happy go lucky ltte of Mr Havtcans physlcs class mxschrevous twrnkle m her eyes sophxstrcated and attractrve LOUIS PEDANO Football l 3 Lou trxple feature here a sense ot humor a ready smlle and good looks clatms hrs talent IS hldden to be a bust tlon always workmg out at the Y lnd clown BETTY IANE ROSE PASKOWSKI PARMENTER Dlstrxbutwe Ed YTQGHSI 2 3 MOHHOIS Hopes to see Calrtorma Calm and collected her someday always work ambttron IS to travel the mg a gay personahty qulet outer ap zntectrous laugh pearance behes her spark forever domg Somethmg hng personahty W MARY LOUISE PERRY RONALD PETERSON Y Teens l 2 3 Never a dull moment when Mary s around l1ve wire what a chatterbox pretty natural curly haxr Football l 2 3 Pete best buxld hopes to have a contract mg buslness hastens slowly has a great tlme w1th the boys 111195 the outdoor life MABEL PINKSTON I ACOUELINE PIERCE Hopes one day to be a Y Teens 3 tamous tashlon desxgner lackre hopes to be w1l1 study at Traph a m1ll1ona1re con agen hkes to cook stantly talkmg forever a talented dancer a u g h 1 n g g o o sweet personahty h u m o r e d v e r y 28 trxendly NORENE PASTER Cholr I 2 3 Wrll be an opera srnqer Cholr comes txrst speaks German fluently llves for smqlng pretty blue eyes my MARCIA PETERSON Chorusl 2 3 Red Cross 2 Senate 1 ee collects dog statues always ready to go roller skatmg plans to be a buyer for Halle Bros lrkes betng w1th the gang . Kr If 1. A K ,wa 5 it 1. 1 1 I ' ' ' - - - I I ' I l . h , , . 2, 3. . ' ' ' - , 1 I - ' ' ' ' I f . . I . n s . . ' - . u I I n 1 I V I . - I . ' ' . , . A I NP til w . - It VI ' I 'v . , ' N- ' '. - - 1 ' 5 1 Gt , ,f . I h I D A l ' X , . Q- -ef ' . nessman is his lite's ambi- W - 3 I WW, . . . . K kr K' 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 . I I I A .. .1 . U I - - - UL 11 . . . , . . . h ' H I ' ' ' ll - ll I . . . a l ' . . . d I K ROBERT PIFER "Bob" . . . hopes to be an officer of the law . . . big tease. . .farm boy... rather mischievous look- ing. . .plays cards... claims to possess hidden talent. . . "Is it ever" is his motto. LOIS RATHBUN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Mimeo 3. Has a genuiness about her that attracts friends . . . tranquil, collected, com- posed . . . whiz at short- hand and typing . . . will be a secretary. KATHRYN PITTAS Y-Teens 3, Debate 2, 3, Mimeo 3. An air ot classical Greece ...superb actress... "The show must go on!" . . . New York bound . . . ambition -teach drama . . . go to Europe . . . con- stantly laughing and gay. CONRAD RAWA "Connie" . . . a mess ot talent fall hidden... doesn't hurry much anticipates an early mar- riage . . . the crew-cut kid. GLENN REINHOLD Senate 3. "Doc" . . . hopes to be a neurosurgeon . . .enjoys hunting. . .headed tor University ot Pennsyl- vania . . . intelligent. .. hobby is guns. BETTY IANE POPE Chorus 1, 2, 3. The lite ot the school constantly joking . . . her ambition is to be a mission- ary . . . has all kinds ot talent . . . never trowns. SHIRLEY REEHER Soft spoken ...always willing to help . . . serious . . . will make an outstand- ing secretary . . .quietly etticient. . .never down in the mouth. DONNA REINWALD Distributive Ed. Her aim is marriage. . . enjoys writing letters and driving Dick's car . . . al- ways looks pleasant and agreeable. D29 CK IOYCE PORTIS Y-Teens 2, 3, Chorus 3. Her hobby is making cuff links and earrings . . . has an unusual talent for talk- ing. . . a pretty voice . , . attractive. NEDRA RAPP Couldn't survive without talking. . . sociable. . . loads of fun . . .baseball enthusiast . . . wants to be a private secretary. THOMAS QUICK Distributive Ed. "Tom" . . . member of the Young People's Social Club . . . painting is his hobby . . . would like to be a court stenographer . . . anything edible will taste good to him. RICHARD RAMSEY Band l. "Tex" . . . nice looking . . . dresses well . . . aim - to be a measurement en- gineer . . . will go to Texas University . . . a rebel . . . a cute drawl. fl' 'lun ' RICHARD RICHARDSON Wrestling 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3. "Dick" . . . ambition to be a harness race horse driver.. .Penn State bound . . . likes wrestling . . . loves that country air. Of IOHN ROHAN Football l 2 3 Wrestlrng ohn mam ambition is to graduate lrkes to read or hunt in hrs pare time always enyoys a good steak wltty Mr Whlskers DONNA RICHTER Choir 2, 3. Enjoys watching ballet . . . will be an office worker . . . likes everything imag- inable . . . has a pleasant smile for everyone. 190 KATHLEEN ROMEO Chorus 2 3 Whrte caps and thermo meters quiet wx l study at St Vincent s Hos pltal wants to stay a mxss all her hte nice dresser SHIRLEY RICKENBRODE Distrrbutive Ed Mxschievous smile dlmples her hobby 15 working arm o be a housewlie a cute way ot talkmg BARBARA ROBERTS Star2 3 YTeensl 2 3 Headed for college then social work clothes strictly from Vogue peaches and cream refined and gracious a charming voice R X F . , Al .ZS in Es I t MARTIN RIZZO Marty will be a drattsman interested in sports trled chxcken makes his mouth water a lad of few words WILLIAM ROBERTS Chou l 2 3 Goll l 2 Track l 1 wants to be a geologist likes golf ta ented rn art Janet his one and only quiet and well mannered 'Q' IUNE ROBARE Chorusl 2 3 Her atm 15 to be a Civil Service worker co lects salt and pepper shakers a mad record co ector a quiet personalrty IANITH ROOT Y Teens 1 2 3 Loves the great outdoors quret active mem ber ot senior scouts trnds pleasure in playxng prano has her eyes on teachrng elementary school 30 'WJ H9 GERALD ROSE lerry full of crazy ideas they work too conscientlous next tall w1ll txnd hlm at Carnegie Tech handy man wxth a paxnt brush JAMES ROTH im en1oys a good baseball game sure to succeed as a draftsman a wh1z at math looks for the good thrngs m hte ' ' . . . ' vt ' . . . . ' . ll . . . ' 4 ll . 1 - , , . ' , , 1 , . 3: 1 aj ' ... "B'11". .. t,.fV,' . . . 1 ' . . . is A l iii, V' ,I ' ,A Y A ' 'I - . -L ".1rw,. I 5 , I 1. , 13.5 fe , .- 'ff 1, 2, 3. ' - ' 5 , . . . . . . "I "... ' " ' 'l ' ' - ' ' I i S V . . . . I ' . . . I i I G GUY SAVELLI Track 1, 2, 3, Senate lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, Foot- ball 3g Baseball 3. Can propel himself around a track with ease . . . what a sigh guy . . . ambition is to get ahead . . . at ease in physics and on basket- ball court . . . most talk- ative boy we know. THOMAS SCEPURA Band 3. "Skin" . . . likes to jazz it up on his sax. . . thrives on steak smothered with mushrooms . . . dig those catty clothes . . . leads the life ot Riley. ANNA MARY SCHAAF Star 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Senate 2, 35 N.H.S. 3. Peaches and cream . . . neat, smart, trim . . . en- joys sports . . . bound for Slippery Rock S.T.C. to become a Phys. Ed. Teacher. SHIRLEY SCHAUERMAN Y-Teens l, 3. Always ready to laugh . . . animals' best friend. . . sews in her spare time . . . willing to travel any time . . . now a resident of Florida - lucky girl. MARY ANN SCHELLAN G Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. A true friend . . . always ready to please . . . smiles a warm spot into our hearts . . . nimble fingers on this future secretary... wonderful sense of humor. CAROL SCHAACK Cheerleading l, 2. Venturesome. . .Penn State bound . . . ambition f- to he a television writer ...wasp waist. . .what an imagination! . . . ready and waiting for any kind of fun. IAMES SCHAAF Band 1, 2, Star 2, 3. "lim" , . .pleasure to know . . . always on the sunny side ot the street . . . hard-working . . . polished manners . . . builder delux. IANICE SCHELOSKE Monitor l, 2, 3, Takes things easy . . . will try anything once . . . witty . . . always out for a good time . . . to be a housewife is her ambition. 1,3114 PETER RUSSO Senate 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. "Bevo" . . .sky-high . . . college-bound . . . sports enthusiast. . .a stellar basketball player... loaded with personality. str' 1 X x R g , DONALD SANTANIELLO Football 1, Wrestling 1. "Don" . . . hey Red, your hair's on tire! . . . prefers the outdoor life . . . a whiz at Scrabble . . . plans to take the G.E. Apprentice Course . . . robust. 'dr- ANNA MARIE SCHMIDT Y-Teens 2, 3. A talented artist . . . wants to be a fashion illustrator . . . an even balancer of seriousness and gayety . . . college bound. t WILLIAM SCHWARTZ Baseball 3. "Bi11". . .wants to get ahead the'll need onelj . . . never an idle moment . . . handy with a ball and bat . . . joker. RICHARD SEAGER Basketball 2 3 Dlck a whzz on roller skates would lxke to fly a yet plane plays the accordran lrke a pro basketball enthuslast i' BERTHA SHAPPELL Orchestral 2 3 Senate Talkatxve sincere and sweet will study piano at Srs of Notre Dame School of Mus1c easy to please EDNA SECHRIST Noted utterbug bundle o pep our Teresa Brewer amb1t1on 15 to be an artrst torever cheerful as tnendly as can be mxschlevous GUY SEGGI Football 2 3 S a m s h o rt a n d dynamzc barrels ot fun when he s around W1 tmd success as a busmess man lo s ot stxck to rt xveness genulne Da 60 MARGUERITE SHAW Cholr 1 2 3 YTeens 1 2 3 Red Crossl 3 Peggy sense of humor engagrng giggle neat dresser has beautrful clothes always dorng some thlng crazy NANCY SHENK Y Teens l Active ln Senior Scouts a campmg enthus1ast wrll further her stud es at Umver xty ot Buffalo trrendly smrle and oxsposltlon DONALD SHELDON Don arms to be an accountant collects colns a TV n on the quxte sxde as the lrghtest harr pleasant NOEL SIFORD 1 would lxke t make a career out of Army 1 e x x o u s graduate l1ve and let we 32 ALLEN SELLING A VA 2 3 Sello really l1kes the grrls can run a movle pro1ector w th the greatest of ease always on the w1ll enter the held of m drcxne IAMES SENGER Charue Navy blues call hlm onward can eat anythxng anytlrne anywhere tancxes typmg and basketball bashtul around women I OSEPH SEMENTELLI oe wants to be a brg tune prrvate eye takes up space ln school always sleeplng the not so snlent type IAMES SHAMPOE A V A 3 l1m he ll make a good engxneer you should see lus record col lectlon makes up perseverance what he lacks rn slze n1ce know Rx 'w,lr. ls V' A . It A 7 lt x 'l l .IN x ' 'V 5. if ,- "... ' l " " "... ' A ' ' ' . ' ' . t " ' - go... ' ' ,, . GW h l, ll 1'll - ... ,. . 4 " ' ' in ...st 7' I ' ' ' to "M, V K 1. - - , 5 , . . Q " .. ta - ' - :- x lk QR 'K-L V . "S'ft"... ' o ' ' l't ...an ' to 5 ' s' l' . he MM E D K DOMINICK SILVAGGI "Dom" . . . worthy am- bition in life is to join the Marines... one of the boys . . . prefers working on cars . . . will take in a movie anytime... devilish. RONALD SIMON Distributive Ed. "Ron" ...hunting and fishing enthusiast... wants to make a million . . . spiced tongue . . . al- ways trying to find some- thing to do. CHARLES SKOPOW Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Band lg Orchestra 2, 3. "Crazylegs" ...will make a career out of the Air Force . . . often seen at the "Y" or puttering around on cars . . . plays a jazzy trumpet . . . pole- vaulter . . , lively. IANET SMITH Chorus l, 2, 37 Mimeo 3. Bubbles over with friendliness. . .sweet disposition... sincere . . . collects china cats . . . has a talent for playing organ and piano. ROBERT SMITH Band l, 2, 3, Golf 2, 3. "Bob" . . . aims to make piles of money . . . has a nifty record collection . . . on the not-so-quiet side . . . an eye for women. . . al- ways on the go. ROBERT SNOW Football 2. "Bob".. an engineer ...to-be...a whiz at trig . . . pumps gas in his spare time...keen student...all-round fellow. STEPHEN SMITH Band 1, 2, 3, N.H.S. 2, 3. "Smitty" . . .everyone knows him . . . sings with the 4 Tones . . . intelli- gence and personality that are second to none.. . bundle of dynamite. CAROL SOUTHWICK Y-Teens lg Monitor l. Our new addition from Strong Vincent . . . can al- ways be seen "flying" around . . . hopes to be- come a bookkeeper . . . nice personality. 93314 RALPH SLIKER Track 3. "Big Ralph" . . . soon to wear a state policeman's uniform . . . always work- ing to earn lots of money . . .six foot one, full of fun . . . the outdoor type. WALTER SLIVINSKI "Walt" . . . would like to be the leader cf his own band . . . a real gone ac- cordianist . . . loves wine, women, and song . . . his hobby is ceramics. SHIRLEY SLIKER Chorus 1, 2, 3. True friend . . . the pool is an attraction for her . . . sports enthusiast. . . will be a secretary . . . a quiet personality. ALBERT SMITH Track l, 2, 3. "Al" . . . active in the Naval Reserves . . . can be found hunting or keeping his car in tip-top shape . . . a good pal and nice to know. ' -.,.,' f is GEORGE STADTMUELLER Favorite saying - "What do you want?" . . . claims he's shy . . . enjoys bowl- ing . . . loves to eat, es- pecially steak . . . not too ambitious. IANET STASENKO Cheerleading l, 2, 35 Chorus l5 Y-Teens 3. A sharpie with a type- writer and pad . . . very neat and attractive . . . poised . . . has a pretty voice. - ..,.-in 'Q' ,M f an 72 r-3. 1 ,if 5 r IOAN STEVENSON Senate 2, 35 Academe 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Serene. . .smart as a whip. . . plans to be a nurse. . . genial smile . . . will attend Villa . . .inter- ested in everyone. JAMES SWEENEY Wrestling l, 2. "Red" . . .one ot those boys who counts his friends by the score. . . demon on a wrestling mat . . . never misses out where tun is to be had . . . plans to make his career in the U.S.M.C. .Q '27, 4 f v 5 Sf., 1 KENNETH SULLIVAN RUTH Football l, 2, 3. Y Teens l "Ken" . . .sports enthu- 2 siast...quiet around Alert anc school. . . carrot-top . . . lust cant destination after gradua- talen tion unknown . . . likes to headed read . . . a good pal. College ELEANOR TARR Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Twirling l, 2, 3. "Dearie" . . . always at Honey's side. . . attract- ive twirler. . .plays pianog good, too . . . likes to write letters . . . "How ya cuttin' ii?" 'Q' ,- :N MARGARET TARR Twirling 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Red Cross l, 2, 35 Library 3. "Honey" . . .about as "twinny" as anyone could be . . . enjoys ice skating and chemistry . . . will make a cute and efficient nurse. . . "Hi bug!" DOROTHY TATARA Y-Teens 3. lust can't help liking her . . . a quiet surface covers a bubbling personality . . . collects popular records . . . writes letters in spare time . . . headed for Erie Business College. I OAN TERRELL Distributive Ed. Has a natural ability to sell . . . sparkling eyes . . . very precise . . . anxious to get out on her own . . . likes most everything. n34a A-N H1 DAVID THAYER Glee Club l. "Tex" . . . hopes to be the world's champion calf roper . . . has a knack for tarming...horses interest him . . . smiles a lot. CECIL THORP "Cecil" . . . an expert rol- ler skater . . . big flirt . . . main ambition is to gradu- ate ...can be found watching T.V. or gabbing on the phone. IOHN TORELLI Football l, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. "Quid" . . . main interest is the Marine Corp... star athlete, short, hand- some and likeable . . . al- ways clowning . . . God's gift to women . . . crew- cut and levi fan. FRED TROTT l.V. Football lg Varsity Football 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 35 N.H.S. 3. "Bud" . . . has the friendly face . . . always looks happy . . .outstanding athlete . . . collects coins . . . wants to be a teacher ...has a pleasing manner. FRED TRIMBLE Cross Country l, 2, 3. "Kraut" . . . hopes to be a rich farmer.. .enjoys girls and art . . . a sports enthusiast. . . a friendly manner. HELEN TWAROSKI Chorus lg Monitor 3. Always talking on the phone . . . wants to be an office worker . . . later a housewife ...nice to know . . . plays the piano. PATRICIA THOMAS Academe 2, 3, Senate 1, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Monitor 1, N.H.S. 3. A vivacious manner. . . exceptional zest in what- ever she does . . . our cap- able Y-Teen president . . . 99 44 lOO percent pep. VINCETTA VARO Y-Teens 1, 2. Short gal with curly black hair... "Vinny" . .. collects pictures for her album ...finds much pleasure in dancing. . . hopes to be an airline hostess. ROBERT VICKEY Ambition is to become an engineer. . .enjoys art work . . . does woodwork- ing for a hobby . . . always ready with a prank. RAYMOND VOGT Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3, Track 2, 3. "Ray" . . . will attend Penn State. . .an outstanding wrestler. . .sports en- thusiast . . . powerfully built. ,135 ct swim- the s in a . . makes with the drums . . .voted best dancer . . .could sell re- frigerators to the Eskirnos. MARY TONG Twirling 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 25 Orchestra l. Flawless complexion . . . dark natural curly hair . . . easy manner makes Mary an enviable personality . . . contagious laugh. SHIRLEY WAHL Y-Teens 1, 2, Monitor 3. Will be a secretary. . . then a housewife... enjoys music. . .sincere desire to please . . . does everything to the best of her ability. JAMES WALKER Baseball 2, 3. All-out baseball fan . . . hopes to become a base- ball player . . . always out for a good time . . . man of few words. NANCY WEAVER Quiet and unpretentious ...strongly dislikes "cat" clothes. . .enjoys most anything. . .easy- going . . . wants simply to be a housewife. A. s""s' ,X Lb," if f gi ifknf i J 't X X. t f HELEN WALTER Y-Teens 2, 3. Adorable dimples... plays the organ and piano . . . will sit upon the boss's knee as private secretary ...writes letters quite often. MARY WEBER Y-Teens 2, 3. Red hot pepper . . . the secretarial field is her choice. . .specially enjoys roller skating . . . as art is her talent, draw- ing is her hobby. IRENE WALTERS Distributive Ed., Y-Teens l. Neat as a pin. . . an ex- ceptional dancer... Q We A wx - A T xx '73, 5 be C 2- . JAMES WARD CAROLE WASHEK A quiet, likeable lad. , . hunting and fishing are his pastimes. . .future torester...a mad Has a sparkler on her finger to match the sparkle in her eye . . . horseback riding is what she enjoys ready to eat ravioli any- mathematician. ...studious and on the time Usparkling ap- quiet side, pearance. ',v'.::ji.NA ? ...L Ei .rz Q X .-l. y tc' IH . Y ' 1 J J , gui? I t 2 MARTHA DALE WEED MARILYN WEISS WEDZIKOWSKI Monitor l, 3. Comptometor operator is what she'd like to be . . . a real hot-rod fan . . . loves to square dance . . . will study further at Erie Busi- ness College. ELLIS WELLMAN This reserved lad's keen- est interest lies in re- storing obsolete gasoline engines.. .thorough and efficient student. . . "Einstein" ot the future. ,136 fi Baseball 2, 3. Never hurries much . . . school comes second . . . ardent baseball fan . . . ambition is to retire. . . never talks much. HELEN WELTON Y-Teens l, 3, Star 35 Red Cross l, 2, 3. Enjoys commercial work ...collects records... is a photographic bug . . . really tickles the type- writer keys. Y-Teens l, 2, 3. Always talking -always laughing -always having a good time fthat's Marilyn . . . enjoys every- thing.. .yodels-'of all things! .gl CHARLES WERTZ DONNA MAE WERTZ MICHAEL WERTZ Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Football 1, 2, 3, Basket- Acacleme 31 Track l. Always lending a helping ball 3. "Corky" . . . always seen hand . . . Mike's sister . . . Very easy going . . . gets with ludy or Gordon... sewing is no problem... along with anyone . .. likes motor boat racing . . . baseball enthusiast . . . likes parties and chicken quick to answer and loves to argue . . . is shy so he says . . . will be pro- fessional dancer. GERALD WHITMEYER Red Cross 2, 3. hopes to be a secretary. Wig L. QQ GRACE WIARD Monitor 3. Amateur horticulturist "Blackie" . . . will study at ...a hard worker... Villa Maria to be a nurse enjoys basketball... ...enjoys dancing...in- always playing tricks on telligent lass . . . a nice people . . . wants to have dresser. his own nursery someday. BETTY WILLERT Y-Teens 3. Hopes to make a top- notch nurse . . . cute voice . . . favorite dish is shrimp ...dance enthusiast... will seldom refuse an in- vitation to a party. ...a good triend...a build to rival Hercules. ROSE MARIE WILL Long blonde hair . . . short and quiet . . . enjoys al- most everything she does ...especially likes to drive. SHIRLEY WILLITT Y-Teens l, 2, Distributive Ed. Collects stutted animals ...never on time...a secretary will be her future position. . .seen cheering at football games. W cr ROBERT WETZEL Track 1, 2. As a track manager Bob has proved his executive ability . . . happy when he's hunting or fishing . . . enjoys physics . . . eager to graduate. NORMAN WHIIPPLE Cross Country 2. Aims to be a dr attsman . . . interested in mathe- matics. . . always enjoys square dancing . . . an in- ventor of crazy schemes. WILLIAM WHEELER N.H.S. 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Star 2, 3. When you think ot music at Academy you think of Bill and his violin, . . hopes to be a professional . . . his smooth manner will carry him tar . . . voted the most talented. CHARLES WHITFORD "Chuck" . . . tuture busi- nessman . . . bound for Gannon College . . . considers himself talk- ative . . . part-time job at Seymour's.. .history . . . baseball . . .steak . . . extra nice person to know. -vz 1 MARY ANN WINKELMAN Y-Teens 3. Enjoys the music ol Tommy Iordano . . . always ready with an answer... collects records. . .will hold a position in an office. tn'- IERROLD WINTER Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 35 N.H S. 3. "Ierry" . . . voted the shy- est. . . college bound . . . chemist. . . unpredict- able... physics, foot- ball, steak and parties are popular with him. CAROL YOUNG Y-Teens 35 Chorus 1. "Roxie" ...interested in the Navy . . . will be a housewife . . . paints for a hobby. . .looks forward to graduation. . .enjoys the gay side ot lite. ERIC YOUNGBERG CAROL WOLF Academe 2, 35 Senate 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 N.H.S. 2, 3. Genuine friend . .. amusing. . .a dark- haired lass of outstanding charm . . . list of accom- plishments . . . will make the ideal secretary. ERNEST WRIGHT Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2. Voted the best dressed . . . handsome. . . always checking town in his Ford . . . easy-going nature . . . sports-minded. . 59 v Q42 it I . ,.Vn MARY ANN ZACZYK Headed for the Air Force Y-Teens 35 Chorus 1. . . .likes working on cars Secretarial work is her ...cute..."chrome main interest...radiates dome" . . .enjoys taking with energy. . . collects it easy. . .leads a lite ot souvenirs. . .looks for- leigure, ward to marriage... genial personality... always laughing. v38u RONALD WOLFE Senate 35 Star 2, 35 N.H.S. 3. Has raised the gavel at Senate meetings... businesslike in a jovial way . . . voted the most active . . . succeeds in all he attempts. LUCILLE YERKEY Y-Teens 1, 2. Goes a mile a minute. . . anxious to do everything right . . . an excellent sec- retary . . .dresses nicely . . . interested in helping others. BARBARA ZEHNER Chorus 35 Y-Teens 3. An enga Hopes to become a beau- a fine se tician. . .her hobby is enioys taking pictures... a scads ot talented seamstress. .. will be a has pretty hazel eyes. 'C'-IST DAVID ZIMMER RCBERT ZIMMERMAN IUNE ZUCK Afuture farmer serlous Tall blond guy ruddy NHS 2 3 Academe 2 h l 3 Debate 2 3 YTeens 3 worker a reserved per comes second appears Enjoys not mg e er sonallty to be quret an argument out standmg rn all she t tempts has a n1Ce bal ance of humor and nousness fl 39 if BEVERLY WILLIAMS Y Teens 3 Small pert and farr whxz at shorthand rann for excltement energy galore wrll a secretary be Cv . I , most ot the time...hard cornplexion...sc oo 5 , g - . , , ' - ' h' btt than ' ' ' a- ' se- Zin Zlllemnrg nf Kenna iienanhnm Members of the Class of 1955 have mlssed the quxet grace of Leona Levandow who was called from trme to etem1ty by a lIdg1C accrdent Though gone from our sxght her memory w1ll always beckon to us from the abode where the angels are 40 kj 5 u - - I If D ff ,f 1"-4 1 Shyest Ierry Wmter and Charlotte Kovskr 2 Tallest and Shortest Tom Kamlnslu and Adele Frredman 3 Best Dancers lack Wagner and Donna Brock 4 Best Loolung Graham Parsons and Lxlhan Kons 5 Best Bulld and Figure Ron Peterson and Carol Crowell 6 Most Lxkely to Succeed and Class Brarns Erme Dunn and Marlene Frorelh 7 Most Talented B111 Wheeler and Beverly Marmo 8 Best Athletes Erwin Bloxdorf and Nancxe Cornellus 9 Biggest Fhrts Nell Euhano and Marllyn Callahan 10 Most Popular hm Graham and Llllxan Kons 11 Best Dressed Erme Wrxght and Alxce Iohnson 12 Wxthest Frank Lombardo and Holly Deckard 13 Most Talkatlve Guy Savelll and Cam1lla Denms I4 Most Active Rom Wolfe and Pat Thomas 15 Cutest Couple Earle Dhus and Madge McKee 41 A I x i A 4, P A Yr J' y l t W ' 4 Q , D 44 41 'ffm 1 Hal l'a1l the gang s all here' Z All dolled uo Eddle Sechr st 3 We were meant for eacln other lean Colby and lon Wrlson 4 These are sallorsl 5 Drg that crazy hat' Sue Black 6 Anyone for a rlde on Cece s tractor? 7 Queen ot the Peppermmt Ball Marcxa Peterson 8 People pop out of the crazrest places Nadme F1eld and Deanna Ben on 9 Loolcmg tor ward to e l' Q mght ot dancmg 42 X ' 'V s 1 , 8 . 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'xi' :.:fEI!"'z:. x-. .,. 211 1 ak '- 5 QVLH fe Rowl H Deckard R Koenrg R Wolte L Kons Row 2 M Vadzemmeks G Carson I Flagella C lacobson S Brower R Maeder C Brandes R A Werren I Fogleboch G Cornelius L Seager P McLean V Saeger D Nelson P Strong L Davrs ROW3 C D1Bacco I Shappell E Moseman S Dole L Seltrext I Morschhau er I Eller A Reynolds C Sulhvan B Donatelll A M Schatt Carroll M Lev1c B Waketxeld M Cohen l Hebert A Mandell Row4 C Wolf P Thomas D Smlth E Wmter D Baumgartner D Loyer A lohnson C Hull I Stever' on I Harvey P Mattes F HHIIIS M Hahn M Harrls D Kelley Row 5 C Hultman L Iohnson I Erlckson W Bush T Parker D Struble G Remhold A Baker H Lmcoln I Wagner C Copple M Ohmer B Banzster M Strauss R Angelo The Senate our school governmental body enables the students to present therr 1d9aS and v1ews to the school admlnrstratlon It 1S composed ot seventy members one representatlve elected from each home room The ottlcers are elected by the entrre student body at the close ot the second semester The senators and othcers are ottrcrally recognrzed at a tradrtronal ceremony known as Gavel Day when they are presented to the faculty and students Th1s year was another busy and successful one tor the Senate The group sponsored dances and skatrng partles sold decals and ralsed money for assembly programs Proceeds from most Senate act1v1t1es help worthy causes The Senate also played a large role 1n helpmg our band and twrrlers to reach Pasadena Mr Habas IS the new faculty advrsor ot th1s worthy organrzatron and should be commended tor a yob well done Presrdent R Wolf V1cePres1dent R Koemg Secretary L Kon Treasurer H Deckard M Levrck S Dole P Strong P Maeder M Hahn C Hull Senate Safety Ccmmrttee X..- 46 : . ,. ,. ,. . . . , . ,. , . ,. ,. ,. ,.. ,. , . ,.., ,. ,. , . ,. ,. . 3- 1- 1- 1 - 1-- 1- 51- 1 - 1 - 1- 1 . . , , . ,. , . ,. , . . .. ,. ,. ,. , .s : . ,. ,. ,. ,. - ,. ,. ,. , . , . ,. . - 1- 1- 1 - 1- 1- 1 - 1 - 1 - 1- 1 - 1 . ,. , . ,. . I I . I ' . .. . .. H ,, I I 1 I ' " - 1 ' '- 1 - 51 '- . . ,. ,. ,. , . ,. -'., . ' 1 5 ' Q-w A 1 v,-uf... I .IL I Q, 4-Q - 1..'l X 'r 7' "S i nh I ,. . , A D CK Through the year commrttees such as the one p1ctured here work to present a well organ 1zed socrety to the school Under the gurdance of Mrss Mong the soc1ety functrons to keep 1lS hrgh standards of membershrp Presrdent Irm Graham V1C6PY6Sld9Df Steve Smrth Secretary Lrlhan Kons Treasurer Carol Wolf Lei! to right P Hartleb I Zuck E Dunn H Mrller E I Newby M Callahan sxihng I Graham 6LfL0l'L6l! NNOVLOI' 0CL8tg The Nahonal Honor Qoclety symbolrzes scholarshrp, character, leadershlp and servrce It IS an organ1zat1on of outstandrng students who have contrlbuted to thelr school 1n these areas Th1s year the Academy Natronal Honor Soc1ety was host to the other socretres from the Erre schools at the annual Fall Banquet Tw1ce a year the group presents an assembly 1n wh1ch a new group of deservrng students are rnducted Row! L Brecht P Thomas C Kovslu E I Newby M Kelly A M Schaaf I Opoycke M Callahan I Graham ROWZ C M Fxorelll B Marmo C Wolf M McKee P Mattes S Smrth Row4 R Koemg R Melzer F Trott D Nason I Wmter H Mlller I Schaaf E Wellman H Fong E Dunn DQ 2 47 . r I Q I P all . A fy I ' ' ' , , l . n ' Q ,g 1 - I K 1 - Y! X il WW, I -,, ----L, in fk K Carroll: Li' Kons, Swarnelr, Krasneslri, ll-I. Deckard,I4C. Crowell, Yerlcuey. Row 3: R. llaclcson, B. Roberts, K.. Eisert, I. ' " ., .1 ' I l f ' r , ., , I T I T, i - ' ' I - , U Q 1 x, lr ' I , I 1 9' I v ri y . 3 7. P D . L , v V? ' 4 7 I ,t ey Q! ' -J ' IC? ,', . Q .x T? 5 -Q, x 1' ' ' ' . f f 'V X 7 A ' A 0 " ,, av 9 ' . ge Y rs I Q- 195 Fl' "W" 2 li if ra Row 1: P. Rudolph, P. Thomas, I. Sievenson, C. W9IlZ, C. Wolf, L. Kons. Row 2: A. Schmelzer, R, Wheeler, H. Miller, l. Zuck, M. A. Rutkowski. Row 3: M. Mowrey, K. Rohan, S. Black, E. Curry, M. Morey, M. Callahan. CY? IKQWI Q A X. 151 pt' ' Upper left: M. Morey, E. Curry. Upper Middle: P. Rudolph, R. Wheeler. Upper right: M. Callahan, M. A. Rutkowski, l, Zuck Lower left: L, Kons, M. Mowrey, A. Schmelzer, I. Stevenson. Lower middle, Standing: E. Grey, C. Wolf, l. Buchanan. Sitting P. Thomas, K. Rohan. Lower right: S. Black, C, Wertz, H. Miller. D 48 if :W O. xofs' P '1 Row l: R. Wolfe, G. Cornelius, I. Will, M. Crocker, P. lacovetia, P. Marchini, A. Reynolds, N. Eeemus, I. Szuba. Row 2: W. Wlieeler, H. Deckard, M. McKee, B. Roberts, C. Kovski, A. M. Schaaf, I. Fransern, C. Treiber, l. Fransen, R. Moskalczyk. Row 3: A. Boetcker, M. Vetere, l. Crock, C. Crowell, M. A. Hayden, G. Benacci, R. Malthaner, H. Welton, Row 4: I. Schaaf, F. Kantz, I. Graham. si., 52.4 41 Upper Lefi: l. Fransen, l. Fransen, M. Hayden, l. Szuba, H. Deckard, C. Kovski, R. Iacovetta. Upper middle: G. Cornelius, H.'Welton. Upper right: R. Malthaner, I. Will, W. Wheeler, I. Crock, A. Boetcker. Lower left: R. Wolfe, Mr. Kantz. Lower lnlddle: M, Vefere, G. Benacci, R. Wolfe, P. Marchini, C. Crowell. Lower right A. M. Schaaf, R. Moskalczyk, l. Schaal, M. Crocker. 114911 Ka 3' Rowl C Tanenbaum I G1acome1l1 I Wagner K Bauer P Narduccr B Latta E Curry E Bednarskl L Thomas K Fagan D Sette Row2 M E Glenn C Carr P Shaw C Konopka S A Martm M A Thomas I Martm D Eulrano B lones I Hill P Kalsch Row3 C Trerber L Zlmmer L Lander F Osbeck P Merryman C Frsh B Rockwell P Rudolph I R1cc1 P Sulhvan M Pacrleo Row4 L Webb L Iohnson A Iohnson G Whrtmeyer M Mosrer I Ienkxns lfl lfl L0l" X 6 P01515 i Armee Iohnson Iean Rrccr Barbara Iones Mauruce Faley Ann Capozzrello Iudy lrwm 50 Any student may belong to the Iunror Red Cross by helpmg to frll the grtt boxes for poor underprrvrleged chrldren over seas Each homeroom rn the Senlor and Iunlor Hrgh elects one representatrve to help plan actrvrtres to ard many people here and abroad Under the drrectron of the I unlor Red Cross the art classes made tray covers and favors and decorated wrndows at the Sarah Reed Chrldren s Home at Chnstmas tune Thrs sprmg they made drsh gardens for the Veteran s Hosp1tal wrth the help ot Mlss Kaste .Q , .5 Y, 1 ' N , 5 X I . A, ,xl -r , - , Q! Q' V Viv? V . of -. i +- ' 1 Q Q, .1 s I ' 1 o . - : . ,. ,. , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . . , . , . , . , . . , . . ,. , . , . ,. , . . : . , . , . , . , , , . , . , . ,. , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . ,. . 1 A ' ' 4 I f r K . , l. xx ' I , ,,,,', . ! + 7. I ""' 'pf ' ' ' ' ' ' .K Bah, - I V I f 4' I D li S ss i, l5fl"L I4 ftlle CAICKLAIOVL 5 Left to ugh! S Wlllett I Walters to school may take Dlstributive Education The1r motto Earn wh1le you Learn IS practiced daily They attend school from e1ght A M to eleven A M each morning In this parti ular type of class the students learn the arts ot salesmanshrp buying and selling store math Business English compos1ng and decorating counter and window displays and business ethrcs in general At eleven o clock the students leave for work to many ot Erie s business establishments Here they are enabled to put 1nto good use what they have learned The very capable instructor who trains our future busrness men and women 1S Mrs Eisert HAIR BEAUTY mv: Row! l Dyer D Remwald S Rxckenbrode M A Dudek S Kosiorek S Willett I Walters l Terrell K l.yd1c M Bules R Pas kowski Row 2 B Carlson D Goranflo l Adams I Ka ser T Fenry B Mxfsud C Irwin T Quick P lackson A Niewinny R Grucza, R S1mon,B Arndt, D Keller, A Cr1sc1one,S Hellman nm cf 1' , ,- ai' A A ,:.5.,:s it g v -5 .. Ak, it J ' .Q " A The business minded students at Academy, who are very ambitious and want to work as well as go I - - - - I - I xx - 'rr - - - I . .C U . I . . I I M I . . . . I . . , . , . . , . . A i l , S ' tg. A . 'af' ' , f t 4, , f . , -'K 4- as' A S 2 . I ' X' , A x Rowl R Pans M Kelly W Gunner A M Sohrrudt M Weber K Prttas E Tarr C Sohaack M McKee M Tarr I Gwrnn I Colby G Cornehus M Callahan RowZ D Wertz L Rathbun M Maloney A Iohnson S Black D French B Marmo R A Swarner P Shaw M Mathews C Kovskl H Deckard Row3 H Welton S Brown S Martm B Wlllert I Baumgart C Carroll S Mook I Root M Hntz I Hess C Hengstler M WSISS P Thomas Row 4 E Meyer M Perry I Pxerce B Zehner S Mc M1chael C Clark I Crook I Zuok D Fonsko I Graves R Iohnson M Lmse jf!! QQJQ 8l'l5 Laughlln M Kunz M Mowrey Row 2 E I Ne-why B Roberts I Lucht B OBr1en C Crowell M Krasnesk1 M Moore N Huber D Thomas M A Sohellang D Loper A Dunbar H Book Row3 E Tarr C Schaack B Ch1COSk1 M Cohen D Parker M F1OIell1 C Hornung I Stevenson I McMann S Schauerman D Brook Row 4 C Hull N Ge1sler L OBr1en D Tatara D Barczynsk1 B Lorensen L Kons Row 5 I Stasenko M A Zaczyk C Konopka M Cloyd M A Hayden C Benaccr A Boetcker L Carson D Benson B Dombrowslu K EISQII I Marhoefer B I Parmenter D Woods 52 . , . , . . - : . , . , . , . ,- . I, . , . , . . , - , - , - , - , - , - , - - S 9 - Row 1: C. Dennis, A. M. Schaaf, M. McDonnell, P. Hazlleb, S. Eller, Y. Iohnson, I. Portis, F. Adams, I. Harvey, I. A, King, P. Mc ' , , , , , : . . , . , . , , . ' ' , . , . ', . , 1 A V - - , - I - f - - 3 - V - f - f - f A . . - . , . ,, ff Rowl B Alcre C Kensill I Zimmer N Bloss C Guarmo D Wasielewski L Gallina I Gates I Fogleboch S Hammill K Hum mel B Buchanan P Casey M Rapp R Iacovetta Rowz K Rohan N Beemus P Ciukal R Goetzinger L Egnot S Martindale R H dde ick I Trapp A DelSandro L Hayes F Border L Kel o C Harding H Winar P Carey Row3 M Crocker E Bern hard A M Etta B Coon E Bednarski C Ankrel I Gaylord A Reichel A Schmelzer A Scctt B Clark P Morgan P Blake P Szymanouvsci B Olszewski S Downey D Linteman Row4 F Goodwill B Kelley P Hess H Levlck E Iefferson M Kleiner E Skinn r D Euliano M Morey M I McLauqhlin M Zupanick M I Hermanson V Carlson I Thompson M Wehan C Wa kiewi z Row 5 S lllig C Hauser E Winter D Baumqartner L Zimmer C Tre-iber L Lander E Hilbert T DeMatteo M Kent G Grz lak I Stanqei I Carlson B Waterstredt G Kwiatkowski R Malthaner ELEVENTH GRADE Y TEENS Row 1: S. Hess, M. Ianoski, M. Spath, N. Seyboldt, B. Majewski, P, Marchini, T. Bubrzylc, C. Strolsmeyer, G. Sette, D. Moran P. Graham, E. Andrychowski, I. Aldrete I. Goellner. Row Z: C. Berridge, K. Schmidt, M. Pedone, A. M. Hartman, C. Sullivan B. Hayes, A. Lamborn, A. Reynolds, E. Curry, B. Donatelli, G. May, L, Filipczak, I. Martin, F. Millimaci. Row 3: R. Wheeler, M. Ellis I. Pryber, E. Cowley, B. Lindenberger, L. Marsh, I. Fransen, P. Rudolph, I. Fransen, S. Albert, N. Wolte, S. Leberman, L. Peplinski L. Adams, D. Chicoski. Row 4: M. A. Rutkowski, L. Carlson, S. Naughton, P. Fritz, C. Lininger, I. Dalton, C. Heidt, P. Fritz, I. Lan non, A. Iohnson, P. Phillips, G. Hugus. A. Fracassi, K. Lashinger, B. Bogue. Row 5: I. Owen, E. Fischer, L. Hayes, N. Biletnikotl N. Love, C. Zwilling, I. Hollis, M. L. Maxwell, L Brown, L. Boss, S. Wadsworth, B. Fisher, l. Colvin, I. Shaner, M. L. Conner. rm cr TENT!-I GRADE Y TEENS 'im Hn Rowl I Glacomelh B Braund C Barthelmes D Froess C Brandes C Flsh P Maeder I McFetx1dge I Llndberg I Stevens I Tave R A Werren S Lancaster I Senger R Rogala I Plavacan Row 2 N BIOZGWICY R A Blose K Enstrom I L1nsey I Beuchert I Van Scoyo F ZSIVIS M A Ohmer I Eller M Love A Trelber T OBr1en C Iacobson L Morn on C Martrn F Letcher Row3 K Bauer I D1ehl D Iones N Zuck D Taylor I LeSuer I Grumblatt I Morscbhauser R McColl N Wollert I Foster B W1Sn1eWSk1 H Plerce I Meeker R Angelottl S Sm1th C Hanes Row 4 V Arrowsmlth G Hummel B Kmut T Casler E Rmg I Flagella I C1cero P Welton K Robb Y Gregory B Rockwell A Hodges M I Dobrogosz D Sulkowskl M Crosby B G1SCZ1DSk1 Row 5 K Pomter C Schrode C Cuthbert T Chervenka I Drlscoll B Crane M Dnscoll M Tansey P Plonslcy D Smlth M Yeager B Desser M Czulewlcz S Cogswell M E Pflste 'Nw 1 1 I Plavcan M Moore 2 I Walters I Barzano 3 Othcers A M Schaat L Brown P Tlncmas I Owen 4 Charrmen R Akre M F1orell1 M Rutkowsk1 At: ent L Kons 5 Our Advlsors MISS Stull Mlss Slsley 5 F Fabm M A Rutkowskx 7 M Krasneskx C Crowell 8 Havmg tea 9 Smlle Pretty 10 Smlle Pretty ll Gettxng ready 12 R Akre I Owen 13 A M Schaat P Thomas 14 B1g date 15 Havmg tun IG K Elsert 17 R McColl I D1ehl 18 Cute couples 154m - 2 f if. 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The debaters present an annual tall play and attend the Sprlng Ban quet where the top de baters from the area - schools meet rn a hnal match to dlscover the county s best performer I R lackson Presldent K Pt tas Secretary I Zuck Bus1 ness manager C Sullvan Treasurer The debate team hstenmg attentlvely ledge The Debate Team members under the drrectron ot Mrs Stermer practrce vorce controls do research for valuable materlal and hold mock debates untrl February when the season begms After competlng with the varlous county teams and partxcrpatlng 1n other league tournaments the group 15 ready for tie Debate ot the season Allegheny College Rowl E Wlnter C Sullxvan K P1ttas R Jackson I Zuclc R Akre B Buchanan RowZ D l.1nt1en'an S Dowrey R Moskalczyk W Kerbey D Charters L Zrmmer 55 Row 1: K. Herman, B. Williams. Row 2: V. Case, S. McMichael, R. A. Swarner, K. Pittas, A. Iohnsori. Row 3: M. lohnson, I. Smith, K. Barnett, C. Clark. MHWEO SEHVTCE W-w PHOTOGRAPHERS 9 Row 1: Mr. Swahri, D. Smitla, I. Brown, M. Wagner, Mr. Bright. Row 2: L. Rawson, T. Younger, R. Dumeyer, H. Holby, I. Keifter, D. Yimmerly. 4. QQ' yfqx vw gi s. 4. If , -lr rx 56 14 Row 1: I. Baker, M. Coon, M. Harzis l. Shampoe, D. Weed, R. Wagner I. Brandt. Row Z: l. Anderson, D Martin, R. VVilson, T. Altsman. G. Pat more, E. Wexler. E. Bloxdozt. Row 3 T. Palucki, T. Goldsmith, A. Selling R. Halpert, F. Hassel, B. Gehrlein D. Siegel. Row 4: G. Reinhold, D Bray, B. Kuntz. iam I n.0.-.,'-.-.,,fl,L I Row I: I. Hassell, M. Mifkovic, D. Press. Row 2: N. Whip- ple, I. Wagner, C. Berry, I. Runstedler. STAGE CREW ORGANIZATIONS LIBRARY Row 1: S. Brown, C. Fish, M. Tarr, C. Tanembaum, M. Kelly, I. Martin, B. Slates, D. Elkin, M. Wedzikowski, B. Sterner. Row 2: Mrs. Krainski, Mrs. McCarthy, Miss Bortner, C. Loringer, D. Linse. Raw 3: M. Hahn, B. I. Parmenter, M. Peterson, E. Cohen, K. Eisert, P. Rudolph, I. Scheloski, M. A. Ott, I. A. Fredrychowski. Row 4: D. Loper, A. Dunbar, S. Mook, H. Levick, N. Wolfe, E. Fischer, I. Owen. D 14 6115516 Qlflll Row 1: E. Dhus, R. Lechtner, A. Melgaard, R. Washed, I. Zuern, R. Forsyth, D. Driscoll, S. Smith, I. Schiller, D. France. Row 2: P. Luciano, l. D'Annibale, R. Kloss, P. Savelli, H. Crawford, N. Van Damia, I. Calamita, D. Caughey, L.Platz, S. Smith, W. Goodwill, G. Madrigale, C. Cairns, VV. Clark, D. Weed, R. Kramer. Row 3: M. Hershelman, L. Vtleaver, S. Seggi, T. Galanis, M. Ayers, C Statton, R. lohnson, l. Majerik, T. Scepura, l. lohnson, T. Ashton, P. Holmes, G. Marsh, l. Griffis. "Pasadena here we come," has been the motto of our famed BAND and TWIRLERS. From September until December everyone worked hard to raise money for the trip. Their efforts met with success, and at 6:30 A. M. on December 28th the travelers gathered at the train depot to begin their highly publicized trip. 1 3 A if' .Ng vi 1' '.gkvl'x'v xy N581 OM lfl , 1 i I 5 Row 3: P. Davis, S. Green, M. Coon, R. Pace, D, VanDamia, H. Hannah, I. Kirkpatrick, R. Newby, A. Silvaggi, H. Foulkrod, A.Ritter, R. Smith. Row 4: R. Ventrello, C. Wallert, I. Bartram, B. Wagner, T. Brooks, I. Opdycke, D. Kelly, l. Brown, K. Sweeny, R. Merry- man, I. Kuhn, l. DelFucco, D. Fritz, D. Snider, D. lensen, H. Forbes Director, D. Meade, F. Morris, T. Kramer, l. Manna, K. Stein- hauer, R. Kichler, K. Hayden, L. Brecht. Absenl: F. Lennberg, D. Fleming, C. Morey, R. Salsbury, W. Kirkpatrick, Our marching unit well deserved the praise found in the words ot so many viewers who remarked that our Eastern bands were superior to the bands from the West. Under the capable supervision ot Mr. Forbes, Academy's band has become recognized as an out- standing assemblage ot musical talent. bk, 1,5914 L Berry G KW16lkOWSk1 L Peplmskl C Dennis D Chlcoskl L Fihpczak N Urch I Perry I D1Plac1do D Linse I Kohl D Moore C Ankiel K Ankiel M McKee WL? 8115 The twirlers partake in the parades presented in the city, in the instrumental concert, Academy on Parade, and other occasions. They also de- sign and make most of their own costumes. The student body of Academy is proud to have such an outstanding organization in their school. ' . . Q 5 4, 'rapt ,gg x33,1Tg5i+'1' The students in the A Capella Choir learn to appreciate popular as well as classic pieces. They become familiar with expressions which are so important in singing and learn to pronounce correctly foreign words. To be a member ot this organization of musical renown is the goal ot students in the Glee Club and Girls' Chorus. The Choir otters to each student an appreciation for choral music and enjoyment in signing with and tor others. Academy is fortunate in having the very capable and popular Mr. Grender as director ot their body. The success which our choir relishes is due in no small part to its efficient director. Raw 1: l. Gwinn, F. Eichler, l. lennings, R. A. Swarner, A. Crandall, Mr. Grender, B. Hayes, K. Bauer, S. Leberrnan, l. Colby, D. Richter, L. George. Row 2: D. Brock, S. Downey, Y. lohnson, L. Seitrett, B. Webb, F. Harris, S. Wadsworth, G. Hugus, V. Arrowsmith, N. Paster, C. Schrode, R. Wheeler, P. Shaw. Row 3: L. Campanella, E. Hilbert, R. Bryant, l. Szuba, B. Gradlez, D. Becherer, R. Lechtner, R. Eichler, C. Copple, l. Harvey, A. Conn, l. Scarlett, F. Silvaggi, L. Lander, D. Thomas, P, Morgan. Row 4: L. Brown, L. Webb, R. Harris, l. Charters, D. Palmer, T. Gehrlein, D. Edelman, D. Arneman, I. Hassell, T. Galanis, l. Fourspring, C. Bryant, H. Webb, B. Roberts, E. Dhus, l. Vfagner, M. Fiorelli, L. Ross. K. Boys from the seventh to the twelfth grades, while learn- ing to read notes, and to develop their voices, succeed in producing a splendid singing organization. They are under the supervision of Mr. Grender. Practicing each day, the boys all look forward to their fifth period. Each year members of the Glee Club anticipate great fun at their initiation. The Glee Club is a stepping stone to the Acapella Choir, training voices for the base, baritone and tenor sections. Much time is spent rehearsing for the Christmas and Spring choral concerts. The applause of fellow students is their only reward for their hours of practice. Row 1: R. Curry, P. Eichler, l... Silver, l. Eisweirth, B. Wakefield, Mr. Grender, T. lackson, T. Oakes, F. Berridge, I. Decoralis. Row 2: T. Anderson, W. Holden, W. Stevens, D. Smith, E. Belcastro, G. Sinnott, A. Cage, N. Webb, I. Lucas, I. Wagner, I. Sinnott. Row 3: B. Casey, G. Seggi, A. Mabie, P. Patsy, L. Becker, R. Storz, l. Thomas, K. Sweeney, C. Iannello, R. Angelo, D. Totman. .xg Cploefa Kiwir n63a 2 ' CW, C2 enzor jfzrd Aorurf Second period strains of music can be heard from the auditorium where the Senior Girls' Chorus re- hearses. The girls enjoy singing and share their interest with others at the concerts they give throughout the year. Under the direction of Miss Schweitzer, the Chorus takes part in the annual Spring Musical Festival. The Spring and Christmas Choral Concerts are looked forward to every year by many. To become members of this Chorus, girls must have a voice and an ear test. They are taught ear training, diction, dynamics, and interpretation of music. The girls are eighty strong this year, their voices blending beautifully to the music. Row I: B. Chandley, l. Carrier, S. Giesler, l. Mon tour, M. Kitzmiller, B. Krautter, E. Schaffer, M. Davis l. Pettigrew, E. Gifford, D. Lassiter, M. Goodman A. Press, S. Haise, L. Taft, A. Brown, R. Ayers Row Z: l. Heintz, l. Schoell, N. Dennington, D Battle, M. Fickenworth, Y. Mauk, l. Wasiela, M Kauffman, M. Crandall, Y. Phillips, N. Harrington l. Irwin, P. Welz, L. Thomas, A. Waugaman, l Garpetti, F. Pinkston, M. Martin, P. Kalsch, S. lames Row 3: L. Taylor, L. Fowler, M. McDowell, M Whipple, l. Riley, l. Gamble, l. Martin, K. Phillips P. Englert, S. Reynolds, C. Anderson, E. Counasse S. Bunce, P. Stoddard, M. Richards, S. Wurst I. Takach, W. Swartzfager. Row 4: M. Hedderick C. Slodownik, T. Gibbens, E. Norman, C. Day S. Dole, K. Peffer, l. Cuthbert, P. Albert, M. Ocker V. Davis, I. Koffman, C. Brody, M. Turner, K Kindle, M. A. Ramandanes, B. Wisniewski, M Porter, M. Lang, I. Gates, M. Agresti, C. Burns S. Brown. Row 5: Miss Schweitzer, W. Glover E. Moseman, M. Zimmer, I. Edwards, I. Shuhart L. Kensill, A. Terry, l. Little, B. Struble, M. leffrey, l Schlabach, E. Long, B. Mattocks, N. Schlabach T. Taccone, B. Potter, l. Curlett, K. Brooks, P. Sulli van, N. Mazeako, l.. Neth, N. Ramey, l. Gambill, E lohnson. 7 K 7 C7 lllfZl0l" QIFL5 LOWIJ Q Q Ol'CA85fl"d The orchestra, one of Academy's fine musical organizations, participates in assemblies and Academy on Parade. This year the orchestra consists ot eighty members whose instruments range from strings to per- cussion. Our orchestra under the supervision of Miss Schweitzer works to capacity, perfecting style and harmony. The students learn not only the art of playing together, but they also study how to improve their solo tendencies. The purpose ot the orchestra is to teach the students to become proficient with an instrument and to learn to appreciate the works ot the great masters. R7 Left to right: Virginia Davies, Karen Martindale, Susan Brown, Yvonne Phillips. Absent: Heidi Katz Z l . Row 1: Miss Schweitzer, Director W. Wheeler, lst Violin - D. Becherer, l lst Violin - R. Iettords, lst Violin 7- B. Bogue, 2nd Violin - L. Seager, 2nd Violin P. Graczyk, 2nd Violin, -- S. Martindale, Viola C. Harding, Viola V. Gifford, Viola A. Friedman, Cello -- S. Neth, Cello f- C. Wertz, Cello. Row 2: M. l.irtse, lst Violin f T. O'B1ien, lst Violin L. Campanella, lst Violin K. Martindale, 2nd Violin N. Yochim, 2nd Violin 7 r I. Wild, 2nd Violin -f I. Shaiier, Viola -V M. E. Bliss, Viola -- I. Eller, Viola - L. Iohnson, Viola A. Treiber, Viola M. Zimmer, Viola A. Tomczak, Cello - M. Crosby, Cello - K. Schmidt, Cello. Raw 3: I. Benacci, lst Violin F. Eichler, lst Violin C. Treiber, lst Violin M. Roider, 2nd Violin - S. Bunce, 2nd Violin S. Hamilton, 2nd Violin L. Iohnson, Flute W- B. Bellows, Flute l. Marsh, Oboe D. Moran, Oboe P. Luciano, lst Clarinet D. Cipolla, lst Claliret I. Snyder, lst Clarinet I. Mc- Fetridge, 2nd Clarinet S. Hole, 2nd Clarinet B. Mattocks, 2nd Clarinet r C. Stewart, Viola C. laskiewica, Viola S. Naughton, Viola I. Stevens, Cello S. Lancaster, Cello f F. Csbeck, Cello. Row 4: E. Winter, lst Violin B. Fisher, lst Viclin, L. Taylor, lst Violin M. E. Weber, lst Violin S. Shadduck, lst Violin I. Seyboldt, 2nd Violin I. Kelso, 2nd Violin C. Newby, 2nd Violin A. l.itz, French Horn L. Gehrlein, French Horn R. Pace, Trumpet C. Skopcw, Trumpet D. VanDamia, Trumpet D. Kelley, Piano B. Shappell, Piano B. Geser, Bass f D. Murphy, Bass. Row 5: I. Wagner, Drums R. Salsbury, Drums T. Irwin, Tympany M. Maloney, Bells. CAQZPLQJQP5 The cheerleaders have worked very hard this year promoting school spirit. They have given the student body rallies with real pep. Introducing ideas, they arouse enthusiasm without limit. Boosting the morale of the school is not the only duty the cheerleaders perlorm. Dances are sponsored, and pencils and bookcovers are sold in order to pay tor trips and new uniforms. The cheerleaders put forth a special ettort this year and helped raise money for the Pasadena Trip. The advisors, Miss Hickey and Miss Hallinan, aid the girls in perfecting old cheers as well as devising and learning new ones. I Left to right: Donna Iones, Sally lllig, Beverly Marino, Pearl Fero, Iudy Tave, Marianne Rapp, Sue Hammill. D if I" VL L .2460 Qflle Nadme Fleld lerry Wmter Nadme Fleld and lerry Wmter were honored by bemg chosen Mr and M1SS Academe of 1955 Nadme a pretty and talented redhead stands fxve feet hve mches tall She possesses a tme smgmg vo1ce and also IS the student leader of our famed twrrlers Nadme rates tops wlth everyone espec1ally her beau Lew to whom she IS engaged lerry IS an ardent sport enthusxast who excells 1n football He 1S a quret person by nature but when he 1S on the gr1d1ron he turns 1nto a hrey opponent H1gh grades are a must w1th Ierry s1nce atter he graduates from school he plans to major 111 chem1stry at the Umversrty ot Rochester 68 . a, rf M35 I' Cl IC! 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Rawa, R. Harris, R. Vogt, Managers: C. lones, I. King, and T. Bloomstein, T. Arduini, and I. Takach. SCORES Academy 21 Farrell 6 Academy 23 Tech O Academy O New Castle 6 Academy 7 Ashtabula 6 Academy O Prep 2 Academy 39 Vincent 14 Academy 19 East 6 Academy O ..., Canton 66 Academy 13 .... lohnstown 25 W rtz K Ishler D Johnson A Man o A Post T Chido D Nason G Savelli jfoflaff Academy's nineteen hundred-fifty-four football team came through the season in great shape. Even though disappointed by the score of the Prep game, we won all of our other city contests. One of the most exciting games ot the year was the contest between Academy and Vincent. The outcome was the deciding factor of the city championship -a Vincent was beaten by a large margin, thus placing Prep in first place. The day before the Vincent game, some members of the student body made forecasts as to how the game was to go. The winning touch- down was to be made during the last six minutes of the game. This fore- cast came true but the golden Lions did not stop there, they went on to beat the Colonels by a 39-14 score. Next year's team will be a strong and tough one to beat, although there are quite a few lettermen graduating. Those who will be leaving in lune are lim Graham and Ed Golembeski, Ends, Ernest Dunn, Herbert Miller, and lohn Rohan, Tackles, ferry Winter and Ken Sul- livan, Guards, and Erwin Bloxdorf, Center. The backfield boys who will not be returning are Iohn Torelli, Quarterback, Graham Parsons, Halfback, and Fred Trott, Fullback. This year's squad had some boys who were honored by being named to the city's All-scholastic football team. Those who were listed on the city team were Erwin Bloxdorf, Ernest Dunn, Ierry Winter, and lohn Torelli. After the season closed, the squad was given second place in the post-season comparison of the teams in Northwestern Pennsylvania. ,954. ,Q 11 Lima!! Fan! Row E Br ndes B Klornp B Iersan R Stahon D Sms P Pasty A Baker M Schumaker C Thomas A Marthmson A Mabxe D Wxllxams Second Row D Dawley C Campalgh I Benaccx D Kmg R Renaud K Wtlham B Collms B Casey D Totman C Rohan G Lukeas L Frame Tlnrd Row R Hutt A Paskowskx I Capwrll L Ott K Shearer D Chnstensen Fo1low1ng the mstructlons of Coach Harry Ramsey and Ass1stant Coach Steve L1pCh1Ck our lay Vees came through the season 1n hne shape The only team that proved troublesome for our boys was the Prep lunlor Varslty That group strengthened the behet that Prep was the team to beat thrs year The hlgh scorlng duo of Art Baker and Al Marthlnson led the Academy attack ln 1954 55 These boys w1ll next year call upon the expenence whlch they garned ln lay Vee football as they w1ll be playlng tor Mr Komora s Varslty team Mr Ramsey and Mr L1pCh1Ck w1ll really have the1r job cut out tor them next year wlth almost all ot thelr players movmg up to varsxty pos1t1ons Mr Harry Ramsey Head IV Coach Mr Steve Lrpchlck ASSlSfdDf l V Coach 96 . I .,. . :. J. ,. ,..,.',. s,. ,., . ,. ,. .,. I . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , l. Werst, R. Angelo, B. Houpt, D. Kedermg. l I , . , if . ., .. . H I Y, K Row 1, lefl lo nglll B Hemtz H Carr N Euhano P Keys L Srmth H Wlnkleman B Bryant N Barthelmes I Parker C Nelson T Graney Row 2, lefi to ngh! T Gehrlem I Iohnson N Cornehus L Glbbons C Ianello D Bxshop E Plonsky I Baldwrn B Everth G Nxethzmer C Rohan F Tnmble row obmlfry Lefi to nghl 1 Coach Acker 2 Fustman Perry Keyes 3 The Pack At the end of the season Academy s harrlers were so11d1y anchored ln thlrd place 111 the Clty standmg Th1s IS per haps a tnbute to the1r coach Mr Acker for w1th only two lettermen Perry Keys and Fred Tumble the Cross Country team was at a loss for expenenced matenal In the C1ty Senes the team broke even wxth tour w1ns and tour losses They won the1r only lndependent meet from Meadvllle Even though Vmcent took the D1stnct meet our boys gave them a run tor the1r money and came 1n second Next year the team w11l agam have only two returnmg lettermen but Coach Acker expects to unseat the c1ty cham p1ons w1th h1s reserve of new matenal SCORES Academy 19 Tech Academy 26 East Academy 31 Vmcent Academy 37 Prep Academy 15 Meadvxlle Academy 19 Tech Academy 16 East Academy 37 Vmcent Academy 40 Prep D1S1f1C1 Meet Vmcent came 11'1 hrst Academy second ilwnww Academy 44 Vmcent ,971 Row 1, Left to right: Coach Frank Pettinato, F. Sil- vaggi. Row 2, Left to right: F. Mas- trog, B. Hathaway, W. Bush, C. Clark, T. Parker, H. Holby, I. Wagner, B. Koe- nig. Row 3, Left to right: W. Lecth- ner, G. Drake, N. Van Damia, T. Hornung, B. Baum- gartner, D. Cardot, F. Pettinato, Ir. Be- low: Close up ac- tion shot. Academy 4. . . Academy 8. , Academy ll ..,, Academy 6. . . Academy 8. , Academy 10 .. Academy 6 .... Academy 1 l .... SCORES Vincent . .Prep . .Tech , .East , .Prep . .East . .Vincent . . . .Tech ww 98 mfer X904 The Academy Sea Lions went to town this year, carrying away the Championship and completing an unbeaten season. This year, three new performers were seen in action. They were: David Cardot, Frank Pettinato, Ir., and Mark Levic. These little bundles ot energy will be a great asset to the team next year. However, Coach Pettinato will teel the loss of tour tine players A lack Wag- ner, Robert Koenig, Howard Holby, and Ted Parker. Strong Vincent, Academy's strongest oppo- nent this year, gave the boys their only really tough contest, but as usual the Golden Sea Lions came through with a victory and the championship, proving once again that a lot ot hard work and bruises pays oft in the end. J gaolefgan Sxthng, Left to Right D Meyers T Vought R Klomp G Polomby H Bernhardt 2nd Row B Iensen D Kltter C Hultman I Posten C Thomas M Shumaker A Marthrnsen K Shearer 3rd Row W Gersler I Smrth R Renault R Stahon D Chrrstensen R Everett A Paskowsky K Hart Next years varslty team should really be on the ball rt th1s year s Iay Vees are any 1nd1cat1on The I V hoopsters started therr season w1th a bang as they won thelr t1rst t1ve games of the season The v1ct1ms ot th1s tast startlng Academy f1V9 were Lawrence Park Kanty Prep Harborcreek Strong Vincent and Mlllcreek A battlmg Tech team eked out a two pomt edge rn the next game out a two polnt edge 1n the next game to grve our boys the1r trrst loss Out for revenge the team moved to another f1V9 game w1nn1ng streak w1t.h wms over T1tusv1lle East Prep Harborcreek and Mrllcreek Th1s proved to be the last game dunng whrch the team could really get together as they lost the last tour games on the1r schedule The junror varsrty ended 1lS season successfully by captunng th1rd place 1n the IV league wrth a season record ot ten wxns and hve losses 99 Academy 35 Academy 64 Academy 35 Academy 42 Academy 47 Academy 52 Academy 46 Academy 36 Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy 33 SCURES Lawrence Park 2l Kanty Prep 23 Harborcreelc 22 Mrllcreelc Tech Trtusvrlle East Prep Harborcreek McDowell Strong Vrncent 45 Tech Prep ast l l U I I I Academy 50. . . . , Strong Vincent 39 ' I ' - . . , ' 18 . . . ,.., . 49 . . . . . . . ' ' 33 . . . ' . 30 . . . . . . , 35 . ' ' . ' . ' ' 41 I . 36 . 42 24 ' ' 36 ' ' h ' ' ' . ' 30, . . 33 ' . . v I h 41 52 . , E 40 ,Af 23 wap Aw I , W Rowl left lo ugh! E Dunn K Hayden R P1erce E Plonsky P Russo G Savelh D Blake L Helmer R Wllhams ROW 2, left to right E R1ley A Mango M Gregory I Graham H Mxller B Murphy C Ianello C Bryant R Melzer wrarfy gawlefga Academy s 1954 55 basketball team had a good year as they closed the season wxth 16 w1ns and 8 losses F aclng a tough 24 game schedule the team won the1r tlrst l1V9 games over the Alumnl Lawrence Park O11 Clty Kanty Prep and Harborcreek The battle Wlth Vxncent tound us matchrng thexr basket tor basket tor the txrst three quarters but the fatal last quarter saw the tlde change and lady luck deserted us The Ashtabula game was n1p and tuck unt1l the end ot the thxrd quarter when the Ohlo cagers pulled 1nto the lead and held our Lxons to a season low ot 37 polnts Atter loslng th1s game away from home the team returned and started another wrnmng streak whxch once agaln reached l1V9 w1th w1ns over Mxllcreek Tech T1tusv1lle East and O11 Clty Once more however 5 proved to be our unlucky number as Academy dropped two ln a row to Prep and Harborcreek A second encounter w1th Mrllcreek tound the team once agaln 1n the wxn column but th1s was tollowed by losses to Jamestown Vmcent and Tech The team tollowed up th1s los1ng streak w1th w1ns over Corrv East and Kanty Prep A loss to Prep cut th1s wrnrung streak short but the t am t1n1shed the season 1n good form w1th w1ns over Westheld and Dunklrk lOO l I . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . - , . . ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - xx 11 , . H - 11 - - - I 1 1 1 1 ' It II ' 1 1 1 - - - - xx - 11 - . -, . I I ' JI I ' D it Ed Plonsky is a junior this year and will be the top player of next year's team. cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy cademy caderny cademy 59 49 7 7 5 64 38 88 50 83 5l 56 50 Alumni 49 Lawrence Park 36 Oil City 56 Kanty Prep 38 Harborcreek 43 Vincent 77 Ashtabula 47 Millcreek 45 Tech 48 Titusville 63 East 43 Oil City 46 Prep 61 Pete Russo is Academy's highest scorer, and only Academyite to make the All-scholastic team. Below are the two managers' l. Kinq and M. Wextz. 1:1011- Q vow? U10 " Above is another senior, Guy Savelli, who held the position of guard, Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy 66 84 49 60 45 84 65 72 42 84 47 .Harborcreek Millcreek lamestown Vincent Tech Corry East Kanty Prep Prep lNestfield Dunkirk 69 38 52 76 53 38 30 39 74 49 46 y JJ g...l.,f4.ff Sitting, Left to Right: A. Bradshaw, L. Bernadini, L. Silver. 2nd Row: I. Weed, E. Wygant, E. McWilliams, G. DiSanti, G. Shapiro, F. Rotunda, L. Ott. 3rd Row: G. Townes, R. Morshauser, D. Diter, W. Stevens, R. Carter, I. Reynolds, R. Wakefield, D. Rose. Lower Left: Manager R. Markham. Academy s hopes for a good varslty basketball 1n the future soared hrgh th1s year Our lumor Hlgh team dld better th1s year than they have done smce the league was tormed For the frrst t1me m the hlstory ot the lunlor Hxgh team they won contests w1th both Roosevelt and Gndley The team also beat Wrlson endrng a long los1ng streak to th1s school Coach Harkln s cagers f1n1shed the season wlth a record ot hve w1ns and seven losses puttrng them 1n a t1e w1th Roosevelt tor fourth place 1n the c1ty In add1t1on to therr regular c1ty games the team played two mdependent games and won them both Th1s gave them a fmal season record of seven w1ns and seven losses lO2 wimming The Academy Hlgh swlmmers under the d1rect1on of Coach Frank Pettmato showed therr usual good form agarn thls year The losses both of whlch can be accredrted to a tough Vmcent team Outstandxng on thrs year s team were Howard Holby lack Wagner Bob Koenlg and Ted Parker who formed the backbone of the year s sw1rnm1ng team Returnmg to do battles next year wmll be Dave Cardot Frank Pettmato lr Curt Clark and Bob Baumgartner Besldes seemg the swrmmers rn competmon dunng the school year many of them can be seen as Llieguards on the Penmsula dunng the summer months 103 Row 1 Left to nght H Holby R Koenlg C Clark T Parker I Wagner Row Z Left to ugh! Coach Pet trnato F Pettrnato lr K Sternhauer D Cardot I ' l I ' I . , . . . . . . . ' I . ' I .I I Sea Lions ended the season with a record of 6 wins and only 2 I ' ' , . . . , I I I I I I - I 'I I ' I D ff mgdfgng Rowl W Huff I Takach R Vogt Roth Brewer C Ennls L Wasulewska Row2 N Bazthelmes S F11 on I Lucas H Wrnkel man A Rrtter R Haupt D H1lbert C Edwards I Fllson R Harms N Cobdman D Nason E Bloxdorf C Baker A Baker R Rrchardson The grunt and groan boys ot Academy faced a tormlzlable c1ty schedule th1s year besides havlng a match w1th Greenvllle one of the strongest wresthng teams rn Northwestern Pennsylvanra Shortage ot experrenced mater1al proved to be Coach Ramsey s greatest obstacle for he had lost most ot hrs veterans through graduatxon last year Some of the more experrenced members ot the team who helped the team to t1e for thxrd place 1n the Clly league were Iohn Torelll Dave H1lbert Erwm Bloxdort and a new wrestler Charhe Baker ln the cxty wrestllng flnals Dave H1lbert captured tne cxty 133 pound champxonshlp and Charhe Baker captured the 165 pound Clly t1tle Rowl I Lucas N Barthelmes A Rltter R Haupt H Wrnkelman S F1lson Rowl D Nason E Bloxdorl C Baker R Rlchardson A Baker D Hxlbert I Fxlson 4 A In the sprrng man s tancy lrghtly turns to thoughts ot Golt' As soon as the frrst flower pokes 1ts head through the turt Academy s lrnksters start pohshmg thexr lrons Last year we saw the rntroductron of somethlng new 1n h1gh school golf a grrl clubster Mrss Lo1s Marsh Though not as successful as they have been rn past years our golters showed themselves to be strong compet1tors Mr Clarence Swahn the golf mentor expects one ot h1s best seasons thrs year Rand Newby former Arkansas Champron golfer and Chuck Bam budge of Mlllcreek are welcome srve team Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Randy Newby Dlck Grrsler SCORES 4 Strong Vmcent 7V 2 Prep 3 East l Tech 1 Edmboro 1 Lawrence Park 9 Strong Vmcent Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy Academy 312 1110 6 1 1 1 9 9 Prep l 2 Corry East Edmboro Tech Lawrence Park 1 2 Corry P1 'Kggm Row 1, Left lo Rxghl P Davls B Swahn M Levzc D Dnscoll L Marsh B Smrth Row 2, Lef! 10 Rxghl Mr Swahn D Konzel D GIISISI' F Hassel T Galams W Roberts I Iohnson R Newby I Larnborn T Scarlet 105 QM ,I i c 5 , c 1 ll ' I ' Q S I ll ' L A K ' I , Vi, - P ' 2 X - - 4 8X ' , ' ' ---- 10 A -- V2 W- V SVQ - 6 additions to coach Swahn's impres- lui U 1 1 A my . V2 ' 1 ..,. ' 1 2U o 2 ..,., o 1,3 , zz . ..,. ' 3 , . . 3 f S FEM. , 17, Q, ' f ' ft ermifi it fvjffr. Academy s racqueteers under Coach Iohn Leamy talred well in 54 The team ended the 54 season with a record ot 6 w1ns and 2 losses Tennis does not result too often broken bones or bad bruises but from the training received many young boys emerge as competent alert athletes Coach Leamy was blessed last year with two very good performers Howard Holby and Len Lombardo who led the L1on attack on the Clty schools Both boys W111 return for the 1955 season Other veterans returning for ih1S year will be Dave Gnmaldi Roger Plerce and Ed C1e1eSS These boys will strengthen the Hilltop team this coming season f.Lj?fw,cCowQ-, "-f ,ff rf! 'fcxcfytfcf K. K, Kneeling, Left to Right: D. Grimaldi, L. Lombardo. Standing, Left to Right: H. Holby, R. Pierce, C. Cieless. Left to Right H Holby and L Lombardo Academy 6 SCORES Lawrence Park 1 ' in Academysygfffffffi 3 Academyl ............... Strong Vincent 5 p106fr Academy 2 Academy 4 Academy 5 Academy 6 Academy 6 Lawrence Park 15 Q Prep Meadville Meadvllle Tech East Harald!! Academy's baseball team under the capable coaching ot Tony Presogna ended the 1954 season with a record ot three wins and tive losses. Sparking the Academy nine were Dick Melzer, third basemang Don Heidt, catcherg and Bill Murphy, Academy's ace hurler. Due to graduation last year the team lost Alan Gunther Red Letcher and Nick Garpetti However with quite a bit ot strong material returning Coach Presogna expects a good season in 1955 The capac1ty for working smoothly as a team should take this year s team far on the road to the City Championship Row 1, Left to Right Gunther R Cook L Lom bardo R Melzer N Garpettx I Letcher Row 2, Lei! to Right N Wirtala I Calamlta F Baron E Plonski A Post B Murphy C Nichols A Mango G Levosky D Weed Left to Right are Pxtchexs E Plonski B Murphy A Post A Gunther and N Garpe t1 Left to Rnght are Outhelders C N1cho1s I Gardner L Lombardo andl Letcher n107q 19 I I I I ' I I ' l L. . : tsl sk 5,5 f ' I I l. Gardner, T. Gehrlein, A. I 5 ' 5' V X D25 1 - I - - ,es 1 14 1 - 1 - -1 ' V l , . , , f 3, C . ,' T f if l"C1C Z Hurdlers D Blake F Trott A Baker Sp lnters H Nelson C Pope L Glbbens C Baker G Parsons Rowl R Damon G Lucas R Wetz R Salsbury A Cage A Paszhowskr G Sereno B Gexsler D Meyers C Iannello Row 2 R Melzer B Klomp H Wmkelman D Nason I Capwlll R Renaud M Palmer I Roth B Hull P Wall D Whlpple Row3 C Enms S Fllson B Haupt E Creless E Wnght D Harrxs G Seggl I Takach R Black C Champagne B Murphy Row4 E Kmg G Wurst D Krdder K Shearer B Bruner H Lmcoln A Marth lnse B Jensen A Mango R Angelo Row5 R Cloverdale I Nres N Goodman I Lawson L Wasxelewskr W Bush M Schumaker T Ardulnr P Patsy D Sms Row 6 T Gehrleln R Blaczon N Bobbrtt R Peterson E Plonsky D Stewart A Post D Chrlstensen F Smxth, B Hmey I lllson Q 1080- Row 1 N Cornelrus, C Rohan C Morgan I Ward K Wrlharns H Rrnder G Dobbs B Martrn I Srnxth R Shker Rowz Mgr R Grabowskr P Keys R Vogt E Rrley C Baker D Hllbert D Blake M Gregory F Trott C Skopow Dunn Row 3 R Yerkey I Barnes G Nrethemer L Glbbens N Wrrtala P Carlson D B1shop C Hultman Schwartz A Smrth AsstMgr D Dowley Row4 R Wrllrams G Parsons F Bach G Knoll H Nelsen R Bens Grace D Parker C Nelson L Lombardo C Bryant Row 5 C Edwards K Ishler A Baker C Pope B snow McW1ll1ams F Trrmble A Brewer L Smxth N Eullano Row6 T Graney G Davxes L Ott T Ircka C Thomas Gehrlem K Mosher R L1tz T K1dd I Baldwln B Hretz The state champlons ot 1953 made a very good try at successfully detendmg therr tltle but a weakness 1n held events proved to be too heavy a burden tor the runners to bear However the team was strong enough to cl1nch second place 1n c1ty serres competltlon Academy s representatlves at the state trnals were Charhe Baker who hnrshed 5th rn the 1OO yard dash our 880 yard relay team consxstrng ot Charhe and Art Baker Guy Savelll and Iames Barnes and our mrle relay team conslst mg ot Ern1e Wnght Ernre Rrley Guy Savelh and Davld Blake Mr G91SleI and hrs txne coaclung statt along w1th thls years excellent materral should combme to brrng the track trtle back to Academy 1n l955 v 109 ff , , ,av ,, ., ,I , ' - , v l x ' . - ,,r- Q 4 1 t , K if X 4 .. .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , -.. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. E.. .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. B ' ' -" . ,. , .. . -. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. D. ,. ,. ,. ,. . .. ,. ,. ,.,..., N. ,. ,. ,. ,. . .. ,. ,.,. ,. , B. ,. ,.,. ,. ,.. I ' I , . 1 1 I I . ' I 1 , . . , , Row 1, Left to Right: P. Peck, L. Carson, H. Forness. Row 2, Left to Right: S. Martin, A. Waugaman, L. Neth, P. Sullivan, K. Perry, M. Olson, D. Wright, K. Watson, H. Lang, I. Hultrnan. Row 3, Left to Right: E. Steinhauer, N, York, M. Tansey, B. Little, M. Smulik, l. Tackas, I. Garpetti, l. Caughey. l Hultman domg the Swan drve Under the able supervlslon of Mrs Robb the gxrls 1n the sw1mm1ng classes have learned the arts ol dwlng raclng and compet1t1ve swlm mmg The g1rls who 1o1n the sw1mm1ng teams earn polnts 1t they swlm after school When these pomts total one hundred and trtty the g1rls are el1g1b1e for the1r A Academy s only g1rls badmrnton team 1S p1ctured at the r1ght These g1rls who are under the watchful eye of Mrss Meyette would be worthy opponents tor any school team The members of th1s team also recelve pomts lor the1r part1c1pat1on 1n the game When a g1rl recerves her letter A we w1l1 all know that she really deserves 1t Ll':5 Q ' 1 1 1 ' I - - - n 11 , . . . - 1 1 r wr 11 - n11O1f R Sm1th R W111 D Hem I W111 I Portes D Woods B Zehner L Gehrhen I Lucas LSIQOPLS Our champxon volleyball t am deserves the greatest praxse for the compet1t1on thls year was greater than ever Under the supervxsron of Mrss Meyette the pr1nc1p1es of good sportsmansh1p and mastery of the game are made evldent 1n the players and the1r performances To the g1r1s vo11eyba11 means more than lust an afternoon actrvlty It means sp1r1ted cornpetltron and deserved recogn1t1on for frne performance Each t1me they play the partrclpants recelve frve polnts toward the1r letter One hundred and frfty pomts are requ1red to merrt a hrghly pralsed Academy A Row 1 Left to Rlghi I Poms B Zewner D Woods C 9u111van R0w2 Left to Rxght P evls L R ss P Row Left to Rxght R Smth I F aw n Ge r ren Sundbe g I 1N111 Row 4 Left to Rxghi R Ehasorm C a'n many D ewdk I o e 111 ' e , . . . . . . . . U ,, I 1 s . , Z 1 . o I. Lucas M. Maore. I. ryber. 3, x . r .1411 L. h 1' , A. I R. 'v'.'111 . H 1 - ' ' . 'Nase- 1 '.. 1 . YV: b 1 D7 I This year there is an even larger group ot girls belonging to the A Club. These girls have worked hard and really deserve a good deal ot praise. One night a week the girls stay alter classes to practice the drill team work which Miss Meyette has taught them. Members of the A Club are those girls who have received A's tor excel- lence in some sport. Kneeling D Woods andl Lucas Standing, Lefltolhghi R Will H Crosby E Stemhauer I Portis S Boxkowski B Pope Basketball is also included in the girl s athletic curriculum Each class is divided into two teams which play each other until one proves its superiority The six teams competing for this year s championship were Pope s Smith s Pmkston s Atkinson s Thomas s and Zupanick s 1 - 1 ' - I , . 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Th1s has been an unportant year 1n the hlstory of Greater Ene and of Academy H1gh School The Academy Band and Malorettes rece1ved an mv1tat1on from 'I'he Tournament of Roses Comm1ttee to parttcxpate 1I1 The Tournament of Roses Parade at Pasadena Cahforma On lanuary 1 1955 our organ1zat1on marched at the head of the Second D1v1s1on followed by the Greater Er1e Float Don t G1ve Up The Shlp Both the band and float were glven top rat1ng 1n the1r class We are proud of th1s accompl1shment but how many of you real1ze the hours of prachce necessary to mer1t a top rat1ng7 How many of you real1ze the hours of extra tune given by your teachers and other c1t1zens of Greater Ene to organlze thls tr1p and to ralse the necessary funds for 1t'7 lndrvldual effort and teamwork were requlred We at Academy w1ll advance our varlous school act1v1t1es and our scholastlc endeavors 1ust to the extent that we put our 1nd1v1dual and group efforts to work Let us str1ve for lmprovement 1n all flelds W EDWIN COON Pr1nc1pal l 16 You the Senlors have completed your schoolmg at Academy We hope that you w1ll leave s better rn every way than when you first enrolled We hope too that you w1ll contlnue to greet us as we chance to meet for we w1ll still be rnterested rn you LEROY E BARBER Asslstant Prmclpal Academy Hrgh School IS the largest high school m Northwestern Pennsyl Vanla The program offered is r1ch and vaned What you have gamed in knowledge skills ldeals and habits w1ll be a part of your life Always QIVG more to a task than IS requlred Your hope for the future de pends upon the accumulated accom phshments ot each day GIVE your best ettort and you will malntaln selt respect and mer1t recog n1t1on as a worthy alumnus and C1t1Z n MABEL STUDEBAKER Assistant Principal 117 ROBERT ACKER World Hlstory Coach RUTH ADAMS Home Nursmg MARION BORTNER Llbra lan IOHN BALLA Enghsh IONATHAN BRIGHT Draftmg Photography IAY BUCHANAN P O D Academe ELIZABETH BROWN En ghsh MARIAN BLAKE SYLVIA BURGUN HENRY CHALUPCZYNSKI Enghsh Enghsh US Hlstory Latm fi LUELLA BRALEY ALICE CHRISTOPH ,r- Geography Home Economlcs MARIE DEMULIN G Engllsh MARY EISERT Merchandlsmg MARY CRANE Ir Trades ROSALIA DOLAN Nurse HOWARD FORBES Band Musxc GEORGE GIESLER Horhculture Coach IOSEPH GERVASE World Hxsiory SY HOW MICHAEL FERRARE PnysxcaI Educahon Coach GOETZ Enghsh EDWIN GRAY Enghsh Acaderre Enghsh CIVICS ANDREW GRAHAM Machme Shop T EDWARD GUBISH Science LEO HARKINS History Coach OBED GRENDER Choir Glee Club Music I OSEPH HABAS Engllsh Senate RUTH HALLINAN Geography Cheerleading GEORGE HAVICAN Chemistry, Physics Science Survey JOHN HERSCH U S History P O D ANN HOGENMILLER Home Economics Red Cross JAMES HYDE US History Health FRED KANTZ U.S. History, Star MARY HICKEY Business Education Mimeo Shop HELEN JOHNSTON World History VIOLA KASTE Civics, Ir. Red Cross ,pav- AGNES KAVENEY Bookkeeping MERRITT LANDERS Histo y I ACK KOMORA Physical Education Coach MARION LEWIS Sr. High Mathematics MARGARET LORD I K 3' inns. ROSE KRAINSKI PHILIP MAHONEY Library Clerk Ir High Mathematics STEPHEN LIPCHIK I r Trades FRANCES MAIOR Spanish JOHN LEAMY LEONARD MATTIS U S Hlstory Bookkeeping Bookkeeping EILEEN MCCARTHY WINIFRED MQNG Enqllsh Enghsh GLENETTE MCCARTHY Ewg rsh Llbzary IOHN MIFKOVIC Geometry Stage FRANK PETTINATO GEORGE MCI-EAN English, Geography Driver's Education MARGARET MCMAHON Busmess Educatron A W MILLER Ir Hugh Mathernatlcs ,xg Coach MARGARET PISTORY Consumers Educahon Offrce Prachce ANTHONY PRESOGNA Consumers Educahon Coach CHARLES MORESCO HISIOIY VIRGINIA POMPEANI Home Economlcs HARRY RAMREI' Bxology Coach WILLIAM ROLLINGER German A V A K FRANCIS QUINN Enghsh RUTH RIDER Latm RITA RUSSELL Sr Hxgh Mathematlcs HELEN SCHNEIDER Mathemahcs Typ1ng in MARY Hoes ISADORA SCHWEITZER Phys1cal Educahon Str1nQS CHOYUSGS Orchestra ETHEL RUHLING MARGARET SMITH B1ology Sclence HELEN SCHMID Mathemahcs ADELAIDE SISLEY Busmess Educatron Y Teens MARIA WESCHLER LYNETTE STEIMER World Hlstory Debate Dnver Educahon Bxology THERESA STRAUCH Algebra LAURA WAGNER BIOIOQY 6,-.qui 'US CLARENCE SWAHN Draftmg Twuhng Coach WILLIAM ULRICH U S Hlstory EILEEN WARDELL Biology Health 1,1241 BYRON WHITEMAN Woodshop IOSEPHINE WICK Busmess Educahon Offxce Prachce KATHRYN YOUNG English ANNETTE WHALEY 1' JOHN WILLIAMS Xi English RUTH SCHOENFELD FRANCES STULL FRED TORRENCE Iob Placement C 1 Ounse or Business Education COUIISGIO1' Y-Teens OI-IVA HAKEL ELLA SLOAN RUTH WAUGH Offlce Office Office eraser? I Habas 4 And introducing L Maths 125 up 1 i 1: Comfortab1e?? a -A. Christoph. 2: Nice calm Christmas af H. Chalupczynskfs clan. 3: Who threw that I So here I am R Acker 2 lst call to breakfast E Coon H Forbes F Kantz 3 Tak1ng a breather who? F Kantz 6 Eff1c1ency at work 7 The rest of p1cture two 8 Late aga1n7 N F1eld MISS Strauch 126 I. Komora 4: Where are we now the Artic? -I. Komora, R. Acker, C. Swahn 5: Who's photographing idx 1 Thats too bard Mxss Russell 2 F1I'StA1d ln actlon M Wolff Mrs Wardell H Levrck 3 Someone playmg tootsre aga1n'9 asked Mr Hersch 4 M1ss Bortner not another lost book? 5 Mlss Schwertzer demonstratlng her tree tnmmmg abrhty 6 Emoymg the srghts Mr and Mrs Coon 7 Lets get busy boys remmds Mr Havlcan 8 Boy that s an old one Sald Mr Buchanan 9 Our grit to the art world 10 Dr Barber and fnend on a v1s1t to Penn State 7 . il? K 'Q A 1 S J ' RA 'I D x t 1 . f . I . . , n If ' "' 3 f 1' n V 1 I ' Q, , Q t 1 ff '- M ' ' x yan' R, I :. a . X xt H 4- 4 Zfzh .L f A 8 L xl H-., b 4 I ' ' ,Ku A ' ..- I , . - . . . . . In - A , . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . ,, . . . . . . . , . : . . . . . I . - - - ll I . . ... . . . . ll ' ' I Xl I ll ' I ' , . . . , , . . . . I . . . . . . D K How often have we wlshed that all our purchases from tooth brushes to home furmshlngs or grocerles could be made ln one place' A complete advertnsmg sectlon such as th1s comes close to fulfllhng that deslre Your purchases lxke the good wxll shown by our advertlsers are a real help to our school 1n produclng th1s annual. 125 ERIE S F OREMOST NEWSPAPER W' ttyl TL E vi xNV1.?k .Q mam' WHA 16 ,il X 1'urn0Vb ' lnzomc To MJ: O Fluvs Lcvdc' Fof1"1S:o ,VX LEM 5' G .in Q ' x 2F,'.,ned V, 1? -f 1, 14 1 E .Lil 1 H , , N 1 if nf" W A A ERIE TIMES 110 West 10th Street r if 5. Q 5 2 Student headquar- ters for school, art and drafting sup- plies - typewriters -film and other photo needs - gifts and greeting cards. Duggan-Rider OFFICE SUPPLY CO 729 State St. Erie, Pa g -Q, ,f , ,MW N . For that BIG eveningffa Corsage from ib- g'cLzw,a551zmz eo. FLORAL SHOP: 12 WEST EIGHTH STREET wdf PHONE 4-6359 ,Q . X A Erie? Oldest Florist Est. 1885 F rj or ' Q A plus fcrshlons smart gals shop at There IS only ONE ERIE PAINT CO a1T1lB,1l'l8.1.lE Bros Glo 14th and State Streets TIMES SQUARE WEST ERI PLAZA win LU X f' 4 154- .r 1 QI ual V1-1. H1238 fm THE ERIE INSURANCE EXCHANGE 101 EAST 6TH STRE T 2 ? 2+ s O O F I ' f vkzf mvq A . U 0 s 'f 7J,' . is ' q 'L 0 9 I f I4 6 'z 1 e A 1 f ,Stiff M L Z , ' r GH 1 f . - M? A I f'Z'.'f5',T v' ' '- 4 'uf ' A hi: gf. fir! S " ,f 1 -Hu V XX 1 ff F I- T yt D I1 'A A 1 J ' If ee 1" I - I - ,W I. :V Q . Why,-, L , K : .EnA, :. .f f -' H A 3 , 14- ' 11 - . ' ' 'Z' - 1 -E V ,AM 5 Lid: A :I y av E si 5 .swffr f. r A ' f A M L-. Ljf 3' ,. ' ' . ' 3- 'Mfg 5 . ! 5- I Q V L' ' ! 15,3 ,M A-H: Lf K 5 E A E A V . --- 3.3" ' ' " A 14. 5 ' ' ' - Lug.. " f - , ,Q A f E 1 - ef .E A 1-1 , 4, 1 e-.,,:.:i-v n 6 -, K -dm- l JA J , .1 511, , ...Q K b H .L it , ' C , ,W zz-L.- -.e H rii:-azl,lQnyo'g-I I Q' A' .' Z- , E 127 x fl You CAN have that 1-G 23 P - Arthur F. Schultz Co. second car at your home when it is needed GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES B. F. GOODRICII CQ. A complete line of Schwinn bicycles 17th and State Phone: 2-3205 YELLOW CAB CO. 117 East 10th St. Ph: 5-4441 Shown above is an ERIE'-STRAYER portable concrete batching plant in Sao Paulo, Brazzl - WMM Wide Erie Products help to spread America's Standard of Living Whenever men build anything of concrete . . . roads, bridges, buildings or dams . . . wherever men handle materials like sand, gravel, coal or dirt . . . there you'll find cement batching equipment, buckets and bins made by Erie Steel Construc- tion. ,I ml: 'rnmrrn . 3811 Geist Road 0 ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 128 71? 'L 4 "5 2 F2 W ' 1,12 r 's ?'53'z: az? QW ,?f.? ?liv72Z,'!'?'7i 1 2 fix? ,QTW1 we gf ff Ti?'155?Q5! J:4'Vii J A 1 L' Q.,,jl'aei jjoylfhli!:i?l'g'youf assurance of ', 'Ut 1-EIA., fgjs' ' ' V- , s , qu6glRy,.sbrvjceal1dvintegrity. FOR SCHOCL BANQUETS ' ii PROMS AND REUNIONS HEYL PHYSICIANS SUPPLY CO. 419-21 State St. A Phone: 2-6785 Best Wishes from the Staff of 'Q H W .K ,... .-e-X lfa'l'Ei"'X -f WLEU The Erie's First Radio Station Lawrence Hotel 10th and Peach There's nothing like our SWEDISH sMoRGAsBoRD to satisfy all tastes! We also serve dinners. Reservations appreciated. A Little Bit of Sweden Restaurant 51st and Pine Avenue Phone: 0-7184 t's Weather-Bird Shoes C be A th C ck 'Ou O go ll BRIGGS HAGENLOCHER, Inc Automotive Electnc Service 208 W Mthit Phone 2 1454 LOVELL MANUFACTURING CO Clothes Wrmgers and Automauc Gas and r 0 m C I- 56 e Electrlc Clothes Dryers in 1303 French Street 908 Peach Street vMm DAIRY PRODUCTS VOCOLAYE the perfect combnnatlon For growing up together 2lst and State Ph 2 2255 I , ,C X0 96 3 L' oz? fag A , n oo 'LQ 2 C 'Dx ,A e he . . . of . 03' . . f x 'No - 5 Q 0 m H M.Rr L SI - Y! 1 4 . M K K 1 ERIE CUUHTU HIILK HSSUCIHTIUH 130 Protect What You Have' -ru Auslucn suuucn collPANY Of' Non Today s l1v1ng calls for many types of lnsurance to fit your ln d1v1dual needs Lg. lslululoa GI 5 ...nun-lb It IS not too soon to plan for the future ID MCQUISTION C INSURANCE SURETY BONDS lun, IGH I llllll. lllllll llll PIII! QI I Autoclave En meers Inc 360 EAST IYTH ST ERIE speclahze 1n servxng Research 1n all phases of h1gh pressure eqmpment to prov1de the finest and most modern hngh pressure equ1pment for Laboratory and Pllot Plant processes 100 000 There s an old saylng 1n the furn1ture busxness We stand behmd every bed N 1 -it-su ""' 5 o we sell Wlth us there can be no truer state ment We bCllCVC we offer the finest of furnxture 1n style, deslgn and quallty at a prlce you can afford VCGUE FURNITURE CC. 129 East 10th Street Phone 2 1375 131 O Pnu.A.um.Pl1A nnonww' 0' "'ff'nMf. 1 - , Z, -v-' K t , ,..,-xy' rj ", jr' ' - 1 - " . .,,,, .. .. .. , . - wmv umm ' XX nmnna 1.4 . w , , 1 " --1. -----1.-Am . I ,,-' H ,, -m u n n an - A "'.'2'.'1'-7----,11':'J1 Y . . ' ,..-4.-D IM V KX M ,..-+...---:.-.zz-:-""'L""'5 ,rig-15.--.. ......,. K-MWA-:An A N, ......... Y f.. . ,-..-..-A """ " I , A, M, .. 1...-M , I , -N 'W' .-r-..--. 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I 1 gl 1 A A 1 I n your Next Home why not use Celocrete Roman 'M'?ey'fi'k' - LwR"T 1 Q K f"l'Q,'f"L"a"'4f'K1' 5, Luv., . 2 'W 2 , 2 it 0. 12,2544 Y if we my "1 rf, 1, , fm.2qifi?ww,' r"WmWfs f,LH.1f"f1 LA 'Aff ,iff NXT? - in . fffiffn hw gsm.-4,xffff1 2 - 2 wa.fAv1.f2.ir f '.f-:nw 2'-M25 , I V MM an f:,,,1g' fn Mfg-5 r i.f,.wf .fjgim 4xru":'l1 w,..g!-5 , 1 - . :w,ff2,,g5,Q31?i?f?1S,? 5.5 f1l5.glf?Jf5"7.35Wl'4w' flfx Elilby .14 bjgw-"yi-'xi?'fff'?f,5hfL."' . . vi 2. 2 :gf -55234 4 V iv ,galil ,k','..u,, , , ,. W ,.. . i,,, .. 1. R h ' T , A- E 3 -ng-Q K -1 oug , ,, , I ' X 515 . , A sip, Qi wif, 4' S? J " 3 5 ?ii'7?3'3'-if 'u7 f. .w '4?'f""'?5f an'-5' . 'U-wg, ,Q Vi uw, . I ,,M,.,f.. ig: N ' . :YW 'K Mm H HY " "H" if 2 V .-fr, V , , M., ' ,. V - rwwgf " , . 'c sxiw, M ....,, . , ,. M, H jrvg., 2 ff. --gag? 5 m A ' anal , . 'i ,i We A Ji-L . V, 77 A A . A ,154 ,. V, s1EaLl.Nq3,..jn1lLgc, . ,Jr , p. W i I , f ,kjigh -- ,Q fr. an ,J l ' 32, . ms' A' .,g'g1! ,' gQQ'..17b-gig! L fx, ,XM-gtg' .y'j,.w?gg5?iSf? 'H'.7f'2 J -maya , ' E-:l'v-. PIL "1 4," Aw SAM - D '. f, ., Q it ef"-'-': z . Ap. ,lmfw 1 if .gain lk. my Quality and Service Since 1932 Evie and Dick Barker's S N A C K H O U S E A, DUCHINI 1001 West 6th Street 24th and Brandes Ph: 0-3178 The home of Hammermill Bond and other fine papers has made the name of Erie known around the world Q , ' On this Fourdrinier paper machine, wood pulp is formed into 'S paper. The paper moves at a speed of over 900 feet per minute. It is possible to make more than 250,000 lbs. of Hammermill Bond in a single day on one machine. Nearly a block in length, the Fourdrinier, with its operating equipment, cost more than two million dollars! HAMNIERMILL PAPER CO. ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 132 Furniture of Quality Smce 1918 What can be mcer at days end than a snack an 1ce cream treat or a de11c1ous A I dxnner away from home' BROS Funmvuns co In Anne AT nw sms, Out of the Hlgh Rent Dlstnct - Al. as UUA Q s Ju n V M' QEWWQT ERIE RESISTOR CORPORATION Lt M1 fl gn-3 Custom Molded Plastlcs and Radlo Parts The Howard Johnson 644W 12th Street 2826 West Lake Road Seat 6700511 O Lafuzaftolz Convert1ble Tops Seat Covers Upholstery Truck Cushxons ii 14' 5,9-'BKYXXRWC QXW s V 1 L xx X L 1 AN Q., 'B , fv- C' Auto Seat Cover Co. of Erie Er1e's Interior Decorators in the Automoblle Fxeld 522 West 12th Street Phone: 4 5229 133 3 1 I s , C You D 0 !P 1 :' n I 1 ll. I' l 'Q -. , L XA' 'if ' ,: . J n ii O.. , ir J 'Q - L out , . g V I un-NW I4 ifm V, , V ' 1 ,' A W -H - A . -'1A r' Y v QE Q , -2 . 22, 5 SE: -E: gr eg it 445 - ' ' W 2 -'Gui .R ' i f'M,,j, ,4-h M ,,. m5,. , ,,,,, ,, -QM: 3' rw-- . , ' f-'1'?, 4,A 7 w QL,-ff ' -'ww . W?" A "A -55- rr f 9 r r r ,I . x A K -X .V .-rg , .O 1'-""n .ELL . ,A , K i - . W I ff ' 'NX v M K .- ' 0 , Q' ay R 'W Qfi Custom service We use duPont Cleaning fiuid i. '-F X K. "If it's not Becoming to you, It should Be coming to us!" We take pride ine Q Prompt Service Expert Repair Careful Cleaning Press1ng to your complete satis faction Frank Malena Proprietor -X V-'4 ,Hs iYfL,.,,WfWMW,,1Q,A4 we eh Www wwf, , , . I If ,. , , ww ' ffl f' .W , fel ,.Wffw,?:f,f.,7nffw,nf.wfwu:i.j4:1-,:,g.w Pg ,,,lml,fp g,.Ev rr-fl W3 ' V "' A ,W fff,j""'A 'W ',f"f,f,"'f?HW7EQT"2U'M-gg-mam? 1. Vis: I I new Lwzgngms, nm I if 'x ' W we If ' V, rtkf, ,ff ,,.,,L,,,,. q .47 V' C rx ,,, . . f,m.1,, 'Y 1, If , my For 'vovfidiievnhi W ' " N ry Il' QM" f' , U -.J wr 7, ff' 'Yxfhfn 'V I ' . X our two stores located Sta!! l fx ' I 1 PALACEWHRRDWKREI HOUSE ' 1 AMERICAN HOLLOW BORING CO Hollow Bored Forgmgs and Steel Shafts 1063 W 19th Street Q' I fl, X v I' s I adv'-.QI-I N we. X. Q 912' 4 I N 3'-.bf NIR, ' 1 Store Pamts and Glass X Our new 1ocat1on 5th and French F ERIE WINDOW GLASS CO for every blllldlllg purpose AGL 0 0 I f A . 1 K 7 if I AX in IX 66 ' O O A .YK W , J-4A,'N I ,, -f" I A K A Q-1r1f.51rf1"""f'S'."'M1- A i x.'geZ5"'f:g71g. A I 'K ' X +I . if I f t ' I '- ..H'rgf 1 i, 1 .f',"3gE .. A X , -. , i ., eq: A 3, nk, I wav 12 I ' X " 'IL ,M , -sig: , ' 151:-v 0 135 rw ! ug' 'Tv all 8 3 'iff 1 1 f.. ' T421 1 ixf "A Q fb A u . 6' E t 2-f"EFTf If -- I' Q X " 'WT WZSPORE SIORE gg 1:1115 , , - 1 - 109 sur: sr '77 SM II Q When day is done fv S and Shadows fall SANNER OFFICE SUPPLY co. 1119-1123 PEACH STREET ERIE. PA. "Walker Quality Caskets" William E. Walker THE ONLY ALUMINUM AWNING WITH SUMMER AND WINTER SUN CONTROL ,, -ns T 'f-'- il?" '4""Z -4 ' And- 05 .?v'!P"' -f- Nifr-1" A .- I 'LN E 1s5s,,-A-M .... 5.-- ,, I M 1 L-.3-T3 ii K + 'L 5 ' v ,---. - .. N ff' 1 " , i P 1 . ww, : ,,,,., - , 1-2 qv. ,Li 5 N s-N4 X V , , 'NI "1 ,N ..- f'i1- ' N ' -,E :A L -A ?j .- Home Insulation 81 Awning Co. 1929 Parade St. Ph: 2-2677 an Lf L1 4 osx oz b 5 :nina arm E sis avodh Dgiyg P of ff ggi 1 4344 W 9322 5 fa E515 BERRY S BOWLING AUDITORIUM 1026 French St BERRY S CENTRAL RECREATION 130 W 10th St 18 years of courteous servxce to Erxe bowlers ,ff iz Pg .. RJ! X1-.Ak ' 1- R Q ii l . +it a L P Y Here's the "G1ant zn the DISSEIH transmxtt1ng power that dr1ves the modern raulroad eng1nes, pushes huge Sh1pS speedxly and surely through the waves, or runs the power plants of busxness and lndustry Er1e Forge crankshafts are produced from pourxng of 11'lgOt to fxrushed product 1n our own plant 1 l 1 1 wiki? Em Fone: 8. Srm Conronmon ' ,., ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA Q -3 14 ,Jw- .1 lx, 5. 137 1 A . . . flflfff ' ' ff 1 5 , ff ,lf R if 3 or V, il ,,V W ,V jd if r h e 1 wi , ' M 19 5 9 ' 1 K , I r 1 , f It I 1 g, , . r 1 - A K .uv ,,W,.m X V X " 1 i Your Graduation or School M 5 Photograph Engraved Permanently ! Beautifully engraved miniatures - Lifetime permanency - Only S3 00 in the 2 x 3 size - Mail orders only but no C O D Send any photo no negatives please Attractive wood base included Also engraved name plates S1 50 ARDEN ENGRAVINGS P O Box 1925 Erie Pa YIQQUHB h A n 1. xx-. :ff"'f' ff- 5 jf 4 . " "fx 1 L V :.,,' 'A',"f - ' -' .A 'V 3 anyway'-L+ ' - ' I ' , 'Q, 'fn .iw nc W- .. "' 1. 'N " : n'f"'fH" .v . v . ' 4 rv 'QW -v lg '- YQ: QE V?" -f..w.,M-?f " , fa .2 V, f ,, v, . -1 '59,- xfgiwfw-, 1 v . -A -, 'Xa ' 'fm ' ' A Q-A-ra:-1-:,A ' . fs- , 3,15 L "' 4 i s 2 Q. X " lr.. 31" ig M A 0 in H mg. ' Y 4 ,? 'K x " , -'S wxje. ww N lv ., MM, . H, h,.,. ' AL w f V brvghift ,Ji 11 , , . fl ' ' ff Vx-4.3gffgSvif2'IZ1,,xg-Qffgf'-" N- l 5 2 Equipment A 1230 Plum Street For lessons to develop grace beauty and coordination try dancing ERIE DANCE ACADEMY 808 State St Ph 25 7185 .1 ,f J- I YAPLE DAIRY ff 4026 Pine Avenue Phone 0 1349 138 Yaples Milk ls the I-ht of Any Show ff fo Let s Be Frlends ,pl-'Mba 939 ef? N ,fe X yay 1109? fy 5 .7 V94 I nf" :HRW the Sunbeam Way LAKE SHORE MARKERS INC L1fet1me Alummum Plaques Busmess and Profess1onal S1gns Home Markers Phone 4 0189 Er1e Rel1ve your school days F111 your album w1th sparkllng prxnts Photo fimshmg of hxghest qual1ty 15 our specxalty There s a dealer for ALBUM PRINTS 1n your nexghborhood SKI N N ER umm: uunow smu :name -ff, '-awk ' -S.. Sklnner englnes power these tram ferr1es the "Spartan" and "Badger" that cross Lake MlChlgaH between Ludington and M1lwaukee ANNA ww mmm Em x-new ma . R xx ww ssmxxunu xx su f- x SKINNER ENGINE COMPANY ERIE PA 1 r - M . I , 1 M I E xx E me .R me Hume ave E me .xx A E N - Have you Jomed GRANT S Record Club? ,Q frzv X 3 I 'jf J v gl u41,6' I E51 'lv M A as ,, 9 in FP' 1 , gil G' gi- . -1 . ff l v Afler purchase of l7 Pop retords xou uzll retezve one record free Our Record Department offers a com plete selectlon of popular and classlcal records W. T GRANT CO. N1nth and Peach af' I' M45 EYE CARE N othmg you buy gwes you so much If A ,KX yet costs so httle X f every stage A 3 frames 1n manufacture and 1n final fittlng you may rest assured that your prescr1pt1on w1ll be filled Wlth the utmost of care and accuracy Our staff are speclalxsts who take pr1de 1n thelr craft and g1VC to thelr work the finest of workmanshlp USTAFSO UPTICAL C0. , f A if ' ' Tlf - X fy' iii? . 'M A7552 , E j y A , 5123? f 11' N 5, 4 'X""f - 5355 . Ng y selectlon of lenses and W if V, -' E H ' fx 1 0 1 w af ,K 2 fb 1 -,7 f , N " I p .. 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J Q ' 1:1134 331 State St. Ph: 2-5288 5 .-fi ' su' I ,. ll ""n.d,4 n ERIE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO Er1e Pa NORTHWEST ELECTRIC CO Industr1al and Commerclal Electrxc Equlpment 1301 Peach Street Pure as sunlight , , 5125 615151055 kgs Hunt - - an--',r"', E nc! 64 Eougaf gswafsza 202 E will St IIS. E Three Queens and palr of Iac THE PARSON STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY 917 STATE ST PH 4 6793 s hard to beat arm afwl' 143 f T uomeo umm Aumomv or me cockcou cowmv av N 77 ,iw Q ,'LVV' V f . Q . f V. "' SSW " , ' ,x 'QQ' I ik . ' J' 5.4 . 4 U If a k s . ' T Pg T, , A up .P S Q' C ft . V, K J ,Q - for' fine povtruiture - "' 'T - . T ' Xxffi' .T I 4 if . ' Since 1898 Have you Tried .... Specializing in Complete Prescription Service at Spit-QEXU-.NEW reasonable prices. You'l1 like it's feather-light touch ERIE TYPEWRITER CO. 729 French Ph: 4-3994 7 N OSCO PLASTICS INC Toys Specialties and Custom Molded Industrial Plastic Parts ECKERD DRUG STORES 832 State 1109 State 706 State 3530 Peach 1701 Gaskell Avenue Deszgners and Manufacturers of Yearbook Covers 1nc1ud1ng the 1955 covers for Academy Strong Vincent and East High 39' '? ff av. """'l ill? 0 vff i I .Q- if ea The Mueller Art Cover SL Bmdmg Co 15410 Brookpark Road Cleveland Oh1o 144 Q I 7 U . . 7 5 6 5 ' 7 f ' P.-J , ., Nr 1 2 - if I 'Q gt. 1 ' if ft Q I .Ww- ,fy rf' A " I ', X ' if 7' n ' 1 r- xsunnjjil' 'sri , , I 1- V u Y I 1 W I fu? , .. A. 1 A 1 Q- ' ,M ' 5' f'?' .1 7 V , if R d . ,Q V at ,f vi,L 5,Q,3L, A I ' -f - I Q' I 9 3 3 . f' 0 O O 7 For lilwst quality M E H L E R S Qfnamental Iron Work Bottlers of Seven Up Qi! DRNAMENTAL YRDN WORKS The All Famlly Favorxte 5 'W 'X' 1218 Parade Ph 2 6767 651 W 255' Sf Ph 54313 In appreclatlon for the fmanclal help glven by several fnends who desxre to remaln anonymous S neweo oh O photo f1n1sh1ng as 131 "" 1 1 pk- f TX X '--W W Us P Q 6 ' ' ' -If '.'.g. I R You can now have your color fxlrns processed 1n Er1e . Get fast SCFVICC and super quahty 1n deve1op1ng Ektachrome and Ansco color films, as well as prmts from your pOSlt1V6 Q, ,A 3 color transparencles. Come see us We'll be X S 25" 'WP happy to explam and show samples of thls newest service L ' ERIE CAMERA CENTER 14 East 10th Street 'High' , , Fx V i , 9 Q N A. +A 1 ' ' ' r A , my . W h ,Qlr V nk N' f I R MQW mm, A . ,V , wr ' ' 'v A ,V as - - va f', ' ' ' r fa, , ' ' . - .A ,, r , . e. , I . , wmgfgivf' mgfw' , ' V A- 'if , Jimi, W . V,:NW::,,1s. -,V . 1 mf , 4' f fy 3 a saga, 2. A A,f,.x.fM,.,4L1-,, ' W 3 g I f' ,, y ,, - , 35' TT' ., 1 lV"n:?3, " S' ' . ,.., L, fy.. , V, ,s rf .,g,,, .1 Mr 1 1 i V. 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Always the Best W1-,wmv Erle s oldest and most modern Y in Z QE' gc meat packing plant mcgnfy ,cqnp Quahty Letterpress and Offset Printing 246 E 7th Si Ph 4 6337 SCOBELL CO INC Plumbing Heating We feature choice beef and the finest Alf C0nd1t10m1'1g Weiners and Meat Products in North western Pennsylvania 2027 State Street HAIBACH BROTHERS MEATS 501 E 19th St Ph 4 0195 When you need effectwe VISUAL IMPACT try our Silk Screen Posters Color prlntlng Commercial Photography We Are Quahty Printers of catalogs, booklets, direct by mail pieces, publications office forms, and stationery A-K-D Printing Co. 111 West 11th Street Phone: 2 4396 and 4 6734 146 U H 1 ,,,,, 1 ,,,..,,,,, N ,K,,, ,, ,, Q., 'LQ...4'1 ,,,, w.,,,tw,7,3 fy, M, . , ,f :wsu-Lv - ,wa iw-rw , L: nf, . ax -.i, A fum., f-l,,i3,.: ,Mg-,V sw. ,ff ., ",,, A V, A,-,Q-3 fr Y 4 ,. ,hyfxly 'bm f 1. V- ww, .I R, on 1.1, ,glgffiffig M 1-fz5?A,ggQfg,f2fE1R, . -f ff xi' " ' 'X' 25i5lLWMj1,:.y,' MsM5f5?,l,s'u , QA: I, - ' ,, .4 w A i A ' 1? 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