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Editor Susan Minor
Business Manager Helene Melssel
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Mr. Balla and Mr. Ferrare are shown working with the editor tional recagrition with a First Class Honor Rating in the
and business manager of the 1959 Academe. lt was through the American Yearbook critical service conducted by the National
complete reorganization of the yearbook class by these two men, Scholastic Press Association.
and under their watchful eyes, that the Academe received na-
We Proudl Dedicate
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JOHN BALLA, dedi'
cated English teacher
and advisor to the
Academe Staff, has
left a permanent im-
print upon all those
who have come under his influence.
His wise counsel, sincerity, and
concern for the maintenance of
high standards have made him
outstanding in his tield. Our deep
gratitude and sincere wishes for
continued success are extended to
harmony with the en
tire staff of the Acad
eme, MICHAEL J. FER-
RARE, teacher at Acad-
emy for eleven years,
was a responsible and efhcient
business advisor. He will long be
remembered for his humor and
tact, his friendly manner, and his
astute sense of financial iudgment.
We wish him every success in his
new administrative post.
Table of Contents
You are young and equal To lhe Taiks that face
you Hee af Academy you have ke-pr your :deals
hugh as you strove To artarn fr se goals whrch de
monde-J y ur best Now you rrusl prepare you self
for even wrder experences Than your Alrna Mater
The vorce of authority
has To alle l am conlldenf Tha? you wlll accepf The
challenges that Ire ahead and rn dorng so will reap
bles rngs fat come To T os wrfn eager and rnqur
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Edurofrorw d es not cea e wnfh Commence
mem fo army student Pian your work your
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pleased you ae a member of The commu
MABEL STUDEBAKER Ped D
As years pass your annual vvxll prove To
be a Treasury of pleasant memo res and In
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ROBERT ACKER - World History, coaches RALPH BARBARO - English II, advisor to HELEN BELL - Beginning, Advanced Foods,
Track and Cross Country. He is also in' the Academy Chess Club. Besides playing advises the Academy Junior Red Cross.
terested in all sports and reading. chess, Mr, Barbara enicys sports. For relaxation, Mrs. Bell likes to read.
EDNA MAE BERMON - English Ill, od- MARIAN BLAKE - English ll, advisor to ELIZABETH BROWN - English Ill, Junior
visor to the Academe. She enioys poetry, the Senior Class. Miss Blake enioys travel- Class advisor. She enioys remodeling fur,
travel, the theatre, and antiques. ing, keeping house, cooking, and sewing. outdoors, canning, and crocheting,
JAY BUCHANAN - Problems of Dernoc- WlLLIAM BURGER - Bond, Orchestra, ad- SYLVIA BURGUN - Latin I, ll, advisor to
racyg Class Day, Senior Class Activities vises the Band and Orchestra. He is in- Cena Romana, Stella Latina, and the
Cornrrittee advisor. Hts interest is golf. terested irnusic ard his farvily life. Prom of '6O. She is an avid traveler.
One at the essential keys to education is the teacher. Without a com-
petent, ded cated faculty rrany of the irtrinsic values of a well-rounded
education a'e lost lr' the complex world cl today, teachers are needed
more than ever before to ir-terpret corrplicated irlorrfation, ta counsel
students in planning their futures, and to Inculcate and ir-spire high ideals
in the student. These words of Geoffrey Chaucer truly portray a dedicated
"Giving new weight to virtue by his speech,
And gladly would he learn and g'adly teach."
Here at Academy, instructors teach in the tields of mathematics, science
social studies, languages, English, business, dorrestic and industrial arts,
and physical education, Academy instructors, in personifying the many
attributes af dedicated teachers, serve as exemplars of their profession,
ELSIE CAMPBELL - English ll, Ill, advisor Sl"llRLEY COMSTOCK - Health, Girls' Phy-
of the Sophomore Class. Mrs, Campbell is G sical Education, advises intra-mural sports.
well-known organist. She enioys her family, sports, and books.
RONALD DEMARCO - Algebra I, Plane PAUL T, DEMYANOVICH - Special Edu-
Geometry, Sophomore Class advisor. His cation: an asssta'-t baskettall coach. All
main interests are sports, novels, and chess, types of sports lead his list of interests
Mr. Harkins gives his student teacher, Mr, Teleha, a
tip in making out unit plans. These plans will serve
as a guide for luture lessons.
DALHART DOBBS - English lll, IV, advisor
to Junior Class, He ertloys reading, writing,
music, sports, riding, and swimming.
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JOHN LEAMY - Unit,d States History- ten-
nis coach and attendance c?'tTc-r. Atlw etlcs
of all typ-s are his favc.ite interests.
MARlON LEWlS - Trigor-cmetry Solid
Geometry, Algebra Il, Advlses National
Honor Society and College Club.
ALOIS LUBIEJEWSKl Wood Shop ln FRANCES MAJOR Spcnosh advnses the LEONARD MATTIS Bookkeeplng the
cluded In the many Interests of Mr Luble Drama Club Her Interests are traveling Faculty Manager of Athletics Mr Mattrs
lewslu are swrmmrng and football and her College Alumnae Orgamzatron favorite Interest rs athletrcs
GLENETTE MCCARTHY E .sh IV d Mrs Berrnon demonstrates the tachlstoscope to her students Eflectwely used nn many
vrsor to the Senror Clos Her rnterests are classes the tachrstoscope ands rn mcreasrng readrng speed and comprehensnon
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TYFWWQ advisor to the Junior Class She is
ar avid golfer aowler and reader
WlN FRED MCNG i n IJ Natio
nor Soc: ty nd C i-nn c rr rt Spe
e advisor She likes drama ana in sic
FRANK NECCI French I ll and Spanish FRANK PETTINATO Driver Training MARGARET PISTORY Office Practice ad
II Chess Club advisor Mr Neccl finds Theory World History Class Day and vises the Sophomore Class Her interests
great enioyment in classical music Safety Committee Hunting interests him include fhe Stock mgrkgt and bowling
Students in Mr. Hyde's class enioy round-table discussions. These informal sessions ANTHONY PRESOGNA - B00l4keeP"'9
clarify many of the questions that arise during the study of United States History. Of-MSC' to me Scsfbvll fiom- MV- M9509
na's inte'ests are golf and baseball
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WILLIAM STEBNISKY Sensor Trades
Among hus Interests are baseball reading
hustory and psychology
THERESA STRAUCH Algebra II N H S
advusor Gtrls Attendance Mlss Strauch s
mann Interest IS travel
FRANCES STULL Stenography Typung
Junlor Class YTeens advusor She lakes
reading travellng sports and photog
CLARENCE SWAHN Draftnng Malor FREDERICK TOMB Commercial Math
ettes golf coach Academy on Parade H Consumer Educatton advisor to Sophomore
engoys golflng and huntlng Class He us an avud golf and football fan
LOUIS TULLIO Asslstant dtrector of
Health Physucal Educatlon and Safety var
stty football coach He IS an avld sports-
WILLIAM ULRICH Problems of Dernoc
racy a commencement advisor He enloys
readnng the buographnes flshtng and
FRED TORRANCE Boys Counselor ad
visor to College Club and Chess Club
Guns travel aeronautucs and flshmg are
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ANTHONY VERGA - Health, Hi-Y advisor, LYNETTE VON KORFF - World History, LAURA WAGNER - Biology, advisor
J.V. football and varsity wrestling coach. choir concert, commencement advisor. Senior Class. Gardening and reading
He takes great pride in his hunting dogs. Speech activities are her main interest. among her many interests.
EILEEN WARDELL - Health, Biology, Cafe- WALTER WARZESKl - World History, an MARIA WESCHLER - Biology, Driver Edu-
teria Monitor, Sophomore Class advisor. advisor to the Sophomore Class. Swim- cation, advises the cheerleaders and school
She likes knitting, sewing, and the Cleve- ming, football, and baseball are his favor- safety program. She collects stamps and
land Indians. ite sports. Hummels.
. . training lives in truth and dut ,
Our nurses, Mrs. Baker and Mrs, Murphy discuss plans for
safeguarding the health and safety of Academy's student-
ANNETTE WHALEY - Art, advisor to JOSEPHINE WICK - Stenography
Academy's Junior Red Cross and Sopho- Typing, an advisor to the
more Class. Most of her spare time is spent Clqgg, She enioyg her home, garden,
P0if1Yif19- mals, and music.
ATHRYN YOUNG - English lll, an ad- DONALD ZONNO - Health, Gyrn and Librarian, Miss Golden, and clerk, Mrs. Krainski, preview
isor to the Senior Class Heading Miss Pool: an advisor to the Academe. assistant another new addition to our everexpanding Academy
oung's rnany interests are reading and football coach. He enioys all sports. Library.
JAMES MAHONEY - Science Surveyf ad-
visor to the Junior Class. Mr. Mahoney
joined the Academy Faculty second se-
PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ROW l: Mesdames John Henning, Joseph Mc-
Bride, Karl Eckberg, Ralph Loper, Frank Srnith, Jr., Walter Root, Cale Mallery, Mark
Andrews. ROW 2: Sam Black, Ralph Minor, Ardell Brown, Vincent Hebert, George
Danner, Harvey Durst, Arnct lchlabach, Guy Van Darnia, Eugene Weiss, Philip Cohen.
honor trust and loyalty . .
OLIVIA HAKEL - Head at ottice staff,
State Reports: posts Senior gradesp Miss
Hakel enioys gardening.
WINIFRED ROBISON - Attendanceg bus
ticketsp books and supplies: Book Roorn.
Among Miss Rabison's varied interests are
reading and bowling.
RUTH WAUGH - Transcript, daily bulletinsg
weekly scheduies After a busy day
at the oftice Miss Waugh enioys relaxing
with a good book.
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Jerry Ward moves around end for a substantial gain.
Academy's varsity football team, 1959 edition,
finished the season with a fine record of six wins, two
losses, and one tie. Coach Lou Tullio, with the help
of his fine assistants, Mike Ferrare, Don Zonno, Harry
Ramsey, and Tony Verga, led the Lions to a second
place city Hnish behind the potent Cathedral Prep
Ramblers. Only seven points separated Academy
from 8-l overall record and a city championship.
After losing our initial game to down-state rival,
Farrell, the Lions came back to defeat a city rival,
Vincent, with the trio of Woodard, Weaver, and
Miller providing the scoring punch. In the following
game with Memorial Tech, Academy's game with
Memorial Tech, Academy's game-long 6-O lead
was erased when a last ditch Centaur pass con-
nected for a touchdown. Tech's extra point try failed
and the game ended in a 6-6 tie.
The Lion's roared back in fine fashion to defeat
Harborcreek 27-O and the McDowell Trojans 7-6
on successive weekends, ln the Prep game which fol-
lowed, Academy held the city champs to one touch-
down, proving their ability as the best defensive team
in the city. The Blue and Gold were unable to push
across one touchdown of their own, losing a tight
game 6-O. The season ended in a much better fash-
ion than it started, with the Lions defeating the East,
Greenville, and Meadville teams.
Several boys were selected at the end of the sea-
son for the Times-News all-scholastic team. These
boys were Elmer Woodard, Bill Ziegler, Frank Hu-
ber, Bruce Decker, and Ron Evanoff. Woodard
brought additional honor to the team when he was
awarded the Jewish War Vetrans' Trophy, an honor
given to the most valuable player in the city.
ROW l: V. Weaver, E. Reid, F. Delfino, K. Kowalski, R. Evanolt, Meyers, J, Weaver, J. Ward, P. Sabatino, D. Wolf, L. Davis
B. Decker, C. Evanoff, E, Woodard, R. Anderson, J. Miller, D. Coach Ferrare. ROW 3: Coach Ramsey, C. Ott, B. Sheean, J
Prawdzik, A. Smart. ROW 2: M. McGinley, J. Green, R. Simon- Kelly, C. Allen, B- Zlefmef, J- YSOQSY, l-, PflSf6I', B. Depew, C
etti, L. Diebler, J. Legenzoff, R. Hilliard, J. Swift, F. Huber, D. Baker, B. Ziegler, D. Gunner, B. Swift, E- James, Couch Tullio.
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Formula for o touchdown Woodard runs and Znegler blocks
Woody adds another trophy to hs collectlon Go get hum Bruce!
Woodard goes fo mo e yardage
Vac Weaver Jerry Ward Ron Evanof?
Coach Tulluo dnscusses plans wuth co-captains Frank Huber Elmer Woodard and Chuck
Fred Delfino Ervin Reid Larry Diebler
Coaches Jack Komora, Paul Demyanovich, and Don Zonno discuss a play
pattern for an upcoming game.
Academy's Varsity Basketball team tin-
ished in a tie for first place in the city series
competition with an overall season record
of T2 wins and 8 losses. Highlights of the
season were an over-time victory in the Prep
game, 64-62, and the defeat of Tech
67-4l, avenging an early seasonp licking
at their hands, 74-51.
Outstanding features of the season were
the ball-handling and shooting ot Miller,
Woodard, and Harris, and the keen re-
bounding of Neilson, Allen, and May.
Next year most of the load will rest upon
the shoulders of Allen, Harris, Thomas, Po-
rath, and Catania, since many ot the boys
on this year's team will not be returning this
And The score goes up another notch: Harris drives past Despite the maze of Tech jerseys, Porath goes through on driving
Prep's Tomczak, lGY-UP-
Woodard uncorks his patent lump shot.
VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Warren . . .
Vincent . . .
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Tech . .
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VARSITY BASKETBALL. ROW 1: D, Neilsen, C. Harris, J. Miller, E. Woodard,
R. Porath, C. Allen. ROW 2: S. Barnard, D. Catania, J. Engle, B, Zierner, R.
May, R. Hilliard, C, Thomas. ROW 3: R. Agcstine, H. Johnson, K. Emericlc,
J. Gunther, R. Evanoff, P. Robinson, R. Miller.
Right: Miller leaps high to score in Meadville game.
Despite a poor finish which eliminated the "little Lions" from
title contention, they were able to compile a creditable ll-5
record and a tie for second place in the "Big Seven" competition.
Mr. Donald Zonno took over the reins as J.V. Basketball coach
for the first time this season. Grove Beason and Ervin Reid led
a well-balanced attack which carried the Lions to five straight
victories at the beginning of the season.
The outstanding game of the season was a 54-49 victory over
the champion Tech Centaurs, the only game lost by the city J.V.
The performance of Ervin Reid, Karl Harris, Frank Potter, Grove
Beason, and Jim Knowles, promises to keep Academy basketball
on the upswing and carry the Blue and Gold to future champion-
Reid lets fly as Cermak, Knowles, and Gates observe approvingly.
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J.V. Basketball: ROW I: G. Merryman, E. Reid, T.
Gates, K. Harris. ROW 2: J. Cermak, J. Knowles, D.
Marshall, F. Potter, Coach Zonno.
Two more points drop into the bucketl
..5l Wesleyville ... 33
. .55 Girard ....... 31
. .39 Vincent ...... 35
..38 Harborcreek .. 34
. .39 McDowell .... 36
. .41 Prep ........ 55
. .41 Meadville .... 53
. .54 Tech ......... 49
. .52 East ......... 27
..45 McDowell .... 3l
N39 l-larborcreek .. 37
..59 East ......... 29
..48 Wesleyville 29
...42 Vincent ..... . 60
..27 Prep 51
..36 Tech... ...4l
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Academy can well be proud of
this season's junior varsity foqtball
team. Four wins, one loss, and two
ties were recorded by the little
A large number of this squad
were ninth graders at Wilson and
Roosevelt, and will return to do Ready to move from the T-Formationl
battle next year.
Coach Verga explains the liner points of ball handling to his backfleld
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Academy .... O Vincent . . . . O
Academy .... 8 Tech ....... . l2
Academy .... 20 Harborcreek. . O
Academy .... l2 McDowell .. O
Academy .... l3 Prep .... .. 13
Academy .... 27 East ...... . l3
Academy .... 20 North East
St. Gregory's . . . . . 6
ROW l: D. Trott, M. Osborne, R. Goodrich, R. Schwindt, F. Stoddard, D. Markham, R. Slicter, D. Stolinski,
J. Nieminski, R. Larson, J. Therase, ROW ll: R, Mitchell, R, Wisniewski, D. Ritchie, F. Potter, R. Merryman, V.
Harris, T. Gates, R. Day, T. Weaver, J, Cermok, D. Marshall, J. Knowles, R. Wisniewski, V. Angeloccus ROW
Ill: Coach T. Verga, D. Schwindt, F. Johnson, L. DeCarolis, R. Jones, R. Bowles, J. Atkinson, D. Alexander,
C. Suitor, R. Maris, L. Ahrens, L. Bernodini, D. Hayes.
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WATER POLO: J. Chase, B. Bragins, S.
Black, J. Gardner, G. Madsen, P. Ottoson,
J. Yeager, T. Osbeck, J. Hendrick, T.
Baker, W. Crittenden, B. Nelson, with ball:
C. Yartz, A. Crawford, J. Barton.
Swimming and Water Polo
From mid-September to early March, Coach Frank Pettinato
trained the members of both the Academy swimming and water
polo teams in perfecting their skill and form. However, the lack of
depth of material made the task too much to overcome. Our water
polo team, although not victorious in all its games, displayed ex-
cellent form and tireless eftort.
Strong Vincent again dominated the swimming scene this year
but lettermen John Barton, Chuck Yartz, Greg Madsen, and cap-
tain Andy Crawford proved to be among the top scorers in the city
in their individual events. These, swimmers, members of the medley
relay team, won high honors at District IO, Regional, and State
Water polo . . . truly a team effort.
Action at the deep end
WATER POLO RECORD
Academy .... IO Vincent ....
Academy .... 4 Prep .......
Academy 3 Vincent ....
Academy 3 East . . . . . .
Academy 4 Prep . . . . . .
Academy 5 East . . . . .
Academy 2 Vincent .....
Academy 8 Tech . . . . . .
WRESTUNG KNEELING R Jeeter R Curry J Kennedy ROW 'l R Anderson D
Granahan K Narduccl K Kowalsku C Evanofl F Huber V Weaver T Slmmons
G Newcomb E James ROW2 D Prawdzuk C Calhoon D Hayes R Kopf C Dus
hole D Scott R Vendettl F Buzzaro W Sheehan M Simmons L Bernadmm
Coach Tony Verga
Under the capable drrectlon of Coach Tony Verga the Lron wrestlers compuled a
9 2 season record cllnchlng a first place tue In cnty competman wnth East Hugh ln a
playoff match the Warriors proved too much for our boys and defeated them 26 I4
Four Academy boys won lndrvudual vrctorles un the clty Hnals Ken Kowalskl Chuck
Evanoff Tom Slmmons and Vice Weaver also represented our school at the Dxstruct
lO finals In Tttusvulle
Next year with Huggnns Kennedy Jeeter James Wall Narducce and Kowalski
returnxng for actnon our team wall agaln be In the muddle of the fight for the wmner s
Co-captains Tom Simmons
and Vic Weaver
demonstrate Academy s city champs of l960.
Academys threesome round the bend and head for home Caprann Don Keys
The Academy cross country Team finished as cnty champaons of
1959 with a record of 8 wzns and I ne Thxe Tue came af the
hands of Strong Vnncent IU the second round 28 28 In Dnstrucf
IO comoefmon The harrners came nn a very close second To Vnn
Coach Bob Acker wrll have 5 of hrs T959 leffermen returnung
ID 196010 defend fheur Tzfle
CROSS COUNTRY ROWI J Kocon J Keys D Keys N Adams P Meeker R
Wursf C Holmes R Morschhause T May ROW 2 K Getschow J Ma t n J
e ds J h on Kons C Harr s B Roschy W W I ams
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Our faithful coaches: Harkins, Komora, and Acker.
For the fifth straight year, Academy dominated the
track scene. After winning tive straight dual meets, the
cindermen climaxed a spectacular season by winning the
City and District track titles.
Outstanding in Academy's drive was Dick Connor, who
won the City and District TOO and 220 yard dashes plus a
victory in the 440 yard dash in the City finals. Dick broke
the City TOO yard dash record with a time of 9.85 seconds.
Other standouts were Don Keys, City mile champ, the two
relay teams, composed of Ward, Davis, Detisch, Woodard,
Ahl, Kinsinger, Johnson, and Gryzebielski, and John Nel-
son, winner ofthe high jump in the City meet.
This year, with six lettermen returning, Coach Giesler
and his assistants plan to continue their control of the
'Denotes Lettermen. ROW I: 'J. Johnson, 'J. Ward, S. Stayner,
'R. Nason, "T. Raleigh, "C, Vendetti, 'R. Connor, "J, Ahl, 'C,
Gryzebielski, R. Wurst, L. McBride, 'K. Getschow. ROW ll: W.
Williams, J, Keys, "L. Davis, B. Farmer, G. Towns, M. Voelker,
C. Heidelberg, "E. Woodard, J. Yeager, A. Smart, B. Swift. ROW
Academy 82 Harborcreek . 45
Academy 75 Strong Vincent 52
Academy 77Vz Prep ........ 57V2
Academy 90 East . . . . . 45
Academy 88V2 Tech . . . . . 5OV2
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City Track Queen, Shirley Wickersham, center, and her
attendants: Barbara Kudlak, left, and Susan Giesler, right.
III: 'D. Keys, F, Bizzarro, P. Jones, C. Jordan, D. Ptieter, J. Ke ly
C. Manus, C. Thomas, C. Holmes, T. Larsen, G. Kessler. ROW IV
J. Swift, R. Keys, B. Sheehan, R. Morschauser, D. Kons, B. Hilliard
L. Pfister, P. Sabatino, G. Root, W. Blass.
GOLF ROWI C Dushole J Hebert J Vtlild R Anderson C Calhoon ROW 2: D. Wis-
Under the instruction of Coach Clarence Swahn, the
Academy golf team won six matches, lost five, and
tied one. Lettermen for the season were captain Dave
Kraus, Bud Davis, Jim Bainbridge, Bill Brown, Dick Wis-
niewiski. Jim Bainbridge was the leading point-getter
tor the i959 matches.
in District lO action at Culbertson Hills Country Club,
Dave Kraus placed third and Bud Davis tied for fourth
place. In the state link championships at Penn State,
Dave Kraus copped second with a fifty-tour hole total
Returning lettermen Bud Davis and Jim Bainbridge
and several newcomers will make up the i960 squad.
Academy. . 6V2 Corry ...... 5V2
Academy. . IOV2 Vincent .... W2
Academy. .12 East ,....... O
Academy.. 5 McDowell . .. 7
Academy. . 7 Prep ....,.. 5
Academy.. 5 Tech ... ... 7
Academy. . QVQ Corry ...... 9V2
Academy. . i W2 Vincent ..... V2
Academy. .12 East ........ O
Academy.. 5V2 Prep ....... 6V2
Academy. . QVQ McDowell . . 9V2
Academy. . 6 Tech ....... 6
Ten ms Awdemy
Strolcrng thetr way to erght vrctones agarnst no defeats the Acad
emy tennas team brought fame and glory to thenr alma mater during
1959 Headed by Coach John Leamy the racketeers won the clty
rnterscholastrc trtle ln addutuon the duo of Kent Baur and Arnle Brad
shaw placed second an the state doubles champronshrp Kent also won
the Cnty County lnterscholastnc rndnvudual crown for the second consecu
Lettermen Pete Strong Kent Baur Russ Norcross Doug Baur and
Arme Bradshaw formed the nucleus of the champlonshup team Wuth
the return of two of them Kent Baur and Pete Strong and the addntron
of Bob Curry Walt Lego George Gaber and other candndates Coach
Leamy IS lookrng forward to another successful season
Tennus ROWI P Strong K Baur B Curry ROW 2 Baur Bad
show R Norcross
Arme Bradshaw , l
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One of our Lian sluggers, Jim Miller.
ROW 1: G. Newcome, D, Wolf,
K. Emerich, R, Norcross, B. Zy-
donik. ROW 2: D. Blanchard, B.
Decker, J. Miller, B. Ziegler,
M. Brown. ROW 3: R. Evanoft,
C. Evanoft, G. Huzinec, R. May,
F. Huber, G. Miner, R. Agostini.
The Ball-and-Bat Men
The ball-and-bat men of Coach Tony Presogna finished the 1959 season
with an even record of six wins and six losses. After a brilliant start, the
team's luck changed and as a result several games were lost by the slim
margin ot one or two runs.
The outlook for the 1960 season looks exceptionally good since only two
lettermen, Russ Norcross and Gary Miner, have graduated.
The returning lettermen include Russ May, winne. of the Jewish War
Vereran's trophy given tothe outstanding player in the city, George Huzinec,
Jim Miller, Bruce Decker, Frank Huber, Bill Ziegler, Ron Evanoft, Chuck
Evanofl, Garland Newcome, and Rocca Agostini.
Academy .... 22 Harborcreek .....
Academy .... 3 East ......
Academy .... 5 McDowell . .
Academy .... I4 Tech ............
Academy .... 2 Strong Vincent
Academy .... 3 Prep ........ . . .
Academy .... 3 Harborcreek ......
Academy .... 3 East ........
Academy .... 3 McDowell .
Academy .... 2 Tech ............
Academy .... O Strong Vincent
Academy .... 4 Prep ,.,.........
Reward for a job well done, Coach Presogna offers congratulations
to Russ Moy on winning the outstanding player trophy.
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EAST SIDE BOWLERS: ROW l: J. Cairelli, B. Rectenwald, P. Magee, J. Fisher. ROW 2: Captains Pat Narducci and Coral Nel
G. Kephart, M. Sustak, K. Hughes, K. Burger, C, Smith. ROW 3: R. Meyer, K, Reinhold, son discuss bowling schedule
E. Toccone, J, Janke, M. L. Corsi. ROW 4: G. Snoder, J. Volk, S, McCoy, C, Nelson,
B. Roberts, J. Mallory, O. Mount.
WEST SIDE BOWLERS. ROW 1: J. Her
sperger, J. Ziegler, K. Liggett, P. Ma
honey, J. Barth, J. Baker. ROW 2: A
Koffler, J. Martin, P. Narducci, A. Mizikow
ski, J, Eckberg, L. Maji. ROW 3: B. Bloss
J. LeSuer, C. Pollack, J. Ackerman, K. Mc-
Coy, K, Koppel, B. Pace. ROW 4: J. Har
vey, C, A. Smith, B. Chapin, M, Osborne
E, Griffin, M. Malcay, Sf Pettit.
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An after schoo game of basketball keeps these gursl both
slum and happy
Mrs Comstock spends much of her tlme plannung
and dlrectlng these games
The V959 l96O season saw the most actnve gurls sports
program at Academy In many years Mrs Shnrley Comstock
conducted an ant amoral program tn basketball badmnn
ton volleyball rack and held Mrs Mary Robb coached
the bowl ng leagues East Slde Gu ls and West Sude Grrls
and mstructed a course tn Senror Lute Savlng
Coached by Mrs Comstock the Academy l-lnlltoppers
represented thelr alma mater rn the clty recreatton grrls
basketball league The team also scrfmmaged with other
At the Awards Day Assembly In June letters and tro
phues were presented to those gurls who were actnve ID the
sports program at Academy
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Gerald Decker, our Belgian Exchange
Student, has decided to allow Pete Strong,
our American Exchange Student, fashion
his wavy locks into the ever popular "crew
Gerry deserves the title "Our Special
Senior" for during his year at Academy, he
has become an outstanding student, re-
spected leader, and a friend to everyone.
Norman Ada ms
Gerry cmd his "brother," Gifford Kessler often enloy on offer school snack with their fellow clossmotes
. . . Gerard Decker
Wflmm Barron Reber? Bas: n Bcnnle B
loom Barney John Bart'-n
Loretto Bcmoghc Gayle Becke
Ken? Bour Mamie Be!
GOVY BSFYUS Barbara Bevan Richard Boercker
Gail Bens David Birkner
Edward Bernier Samuel Black
David Bondy Betty Bowers
Our final year
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enter with new-fou nd
Throughout this section of our yearbook, are cut-outs of
students who have maintained a very high scholastic aver-
age during their three years here at Academy. Also pic-
tured are Academy's six semi-finalists in the National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying Test - students who have excelled
in nation-wide competition.
We have chosen these students because they are at the
top of a scholastically outstanding senior class. They are
representative of the high caliber of students in their class,
and, in honoring them for their fine performance, we are,
in reality, honoring the entire senior class of l96O.
Judy Ann Casey
Beverly Chapin Carolynn Clark
Priscilla Chapmaw Carole Clarke
Janice Ciotti Dottie Clay
Linda Cohen Robert Collins
Goals attained and new
When fall comes, we leave the pleasures of the summer and
turn our thoughts to beginning our last full year at Academy.
Fall signifies a return to teachers, friends, and familiar pat-
terns 3 to classes, textbooks, program cards, and hellos.
No longer are we confused by the maze ol halls and class-
rooms, by the constant interruption ol bells, nor by the frequent
but necessary satety drills.
Every senior possesses the desire not to miss a single event or
happening. Events we took for granted in our past school years,
we now view with new eyes because of their finality in relation
Merle Cohen Gordon Colton
nmimf,-. rw-.iis.f Chcfies Cook
Mary Lou Corsi
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goals already set
Leon Davis William Dearborn
Robert Davis Bruce Decker
Jackie Mallory, Nancy Hertner, Bud Davis, and Jack Gartner
look over their senior proofs.
Sandra Day Gerard Decker
John Bort DeWolf David Diehl James Driscoll
are signified b
Looking back over our past years at Acodemy, we remember how awe-
some and austere the school seemed on the day we entered as sopho-
mores. We recall how insignificant we felt as multitudes so confident of
themselves, swarmed past us in the seemingly mommoth holls. We were
bewildered by the numerous regulations which seemed so impossible to
follow during those first few weeks of school.
Now, as seniors we look upon our school as a place of friendship ond
warmth. We reolize that it is we, the many individual personalities thot
make Academy more than o building - that make it o center of
happiness, for which we feel an undying loyalty - that make it our Almo
Richard Diehl Joseph Dufolo
Steven Dombchick Marilee Dumbravo
William Depew Carol DiBacco
our senior pictures
Bob Welton direcis our tiny sophomore, Laurie Penn, fo class,
Charles DuSl'iole Joseph Eisweirih
Gilbert Eckard Janice Elfenbein
James Engle Rufh Ester
now the voice of
Seniors not pictured:
Nancy Furman Carol Gambill
Christine Gaiewski Joseph Gambill
Barbara Gallino Jack Gartner
Ken nefh Gefschow
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Kafhleen Gisczinski Mary Ann Golfschlina
This is the time to
Edward Goellner David Graves
John Gordon Marie Green
set final goals
Edward Hamilton James Hathaway
Mary Lou Hansen Judith Haupt
Joan Harris Karen Haupf
Kay Hebert June Henning Judith Hersperger
and think of
At the beginning ot our senior year, we were swept away in a whirl-
wind ot social activities. Just as autumn tinges the leaves, our memories
are colored by recalling the crisp tall nights we gathered at the Stadium
to watch our football team win for us. Also imprinted in our memory is
our high spirited band playing at halt-time and at rallies. In our ears will
echo always the rousing roar of our cheers chanted with such deep
We also shall retain the memory of get-togethers, class parties, and
the tew remaining outdoor activities before the advent of ice and snow.
Thus, fall served as a transition from the gay, carefree times of summer
to the more somber days ot the winter season.
Judith Henry Nancy Hertner
Diane Herrick Frederick Hetzel
Joyce Hime John Hoffman Frank Huber
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Pep Rallies continually proved the spiriled seniors cheered
' George Huzinec
XXV x Ronald Hull Janet lllig
In looking to the future
Consto nce Johns
Bo rt DeWolf
Fur collars, over-sized handbags, and circle pins
modeled by Nancy Werner, dominated the fash
ions for our senior year.
Gayanne Kester Joseph Kocon
Robert Kindle Anita Kohler
Walter Kloss Ruth Kolakowslci
we must have. . .
Patricia Koster Karen Kozlowski
Frances Kozlowski Karen Krasneski
insight and perspective . . .
Winter with its biting cold days, makes us hate to leave the Gary will
warm halls of Academy. Jean Krupicz
Margaret Ann Kruszewski
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Study ond solitude , . . ond lore, lore nights.
there are many roads open to us
Donald Lander Jolcyne Loudensoclc
Antlonette LoRicco Kenneth Laurel
Daniel Levin Patricia Lindenberger Mildred Litl
industry, col lege, armed
During the long, cold winter nights we seniors turn our attention toward our textbooks,
and we begin to look seriously into the future. Once settled down into the rou'
time of study and sober thought, our academic duties receive the attention they deserve
and we become engaged in studying for exams, preparing for College Boards,
and planning for our life work.
Winter, however, is not all toil. We shall remember with pleasure the bull sessions in
the home of a friend, the basketball games on cold, icy evenings, and the dances and
parties during the Christmas Season. We shall never target the many activities at school
- three o'clock meetings, evening concerts, sports events, and many other affairs that
make your senior year a time to remember always.
Leonard Linquist John Locke
Judith Litz Joan Loesch
David Lay ,
Patricia Leavy S
Fredrick Leonardi Penny Lewis
Beverly Logue Janice Magee
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forces . . . a declslon I
Nancy Loper Patricia Mahoney
Anne Mcchinski Stanley Moiczk
I 9 Larry Manson
Fath Mallery James Marshall
' ' X-X N i Russel May
intentions for enrichment
Beverly McAdoo Michael McGinley
Paul McAllister Patricia McKean
During our senior year, there are important and difficult
decisions facing each ot us, We are aware oi the many pos-
sible raads into the future, and must pause to decide which
one to choose. At this critical time, we face the possibilities
of further schooling, the armed services, a career, and rnar-
riage. Once decided upon the course to pursue, still further
questions must be answered: Which college shall I attend?
Which branch of the service shall l enter? What prepara-
tions must l make for my iob? Arn l ready and hnancially
able to marry?
With the aid of our counsellors and through serious plan-
ning and thinking, we seniors can loolc with confidence into
the future, satisfied that we have made wise decisions.
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plans for further education,
Vero Moore James Morfon
Working for a common good
An neife Mizikowski
Jo mes Moore
Nczncy Morrison Qyley Mount
John Roger Morschhouser Robert Mums
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Christine Nelson David Nielson
Gerald Newcamp Sandra Nofarione
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Douglas Niclclin Gale O'Dana
James Osbo ne
Pau OT oson Charles Po mer Plwxllnp Pedono
lghtlng well IS more
Bruce Decker ond Jum Ke y ore often seen
Co rolyn Porls
important than conquering
Carol Pollock David Prawdzilc
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A smiling face, especially one behind a steering wheel, is a welcome
sight on cold winter days.
S ' Jean Price
Edward Prescott Robert Putt
Michael Rengel Judith Rettger
Wulluom Reureboch Wendy Richardson
IS bullt by everyday
Corol Ann Reese
As the winter with its icy winds and early nights approaches,
our thoughts take a more serious turn, We are aware that our
senior year is not only a time to attend too'ball games and par-
ties, but is a'so a time for earnest study. The piles at books une
der our arms become noticeably larger as we settle down
to lang nights ot work. There are College Board Examinations
to prepare tar, research papers to write, and class deadlines to
Sometimes, under extreme pressure, we are tempted to rebel
against these demands until we realize thc' this year is the cul-
mination of four years ot eftort, As we continue to improve our
mental skills, the traits of leadership, responsibility, and dedica-
tion also emerge as we become well-rounded individuals.
We know, too, that neither study nor selfeimprovement will
cease with Commencement, Whatever aur plans for the future
may be, we have learned that study is the key to success.
Gary Kenneth Root
Beverly Schauerman Yvonne Schrecengosf
True maturity IS a product
lfs here Max Wassunlc happily closes
th classroom door for Christmas va
Dennis Shell Mal Schuster
Mary Schick Richard Scott
Parrucla Sharlcey John Shlelds
.lOl1I'! Shuberl Tom Slmmong
Rlchord Suenerth R0f1OlCl 5'VIllO
As seniors we anxvously awaned The ChrnsTmas
season and were swepT awe I The holxday spnrnf
We eagerly aTTended hol dances and parhes
Thankful Tor The brsel respn from classes and books
We TelT The warmTh of The season aT Tamnly gaTher
ings aware of The very specnal feeling of ChrrsTrnas
AT The Txme however we could noT help but Thank
abouT TuTure ChrlsTmases for we realized ThaT This
would be our lasT one TogeTher as a class Tlme
seems To have a way ol parhng even The best
Gerald Sllk Walter Skobodznnskl
Probing the classics
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Larry Sliker '
Alben Sm, Sen io rs
Carol Ann Smith Stephen Smith
Marilyn Smith Virginia Smith Vincent Soboski
Bonnie Ann Spoth
change in pace
I 9 Borboro Stevenson
John Steinbcugh Ralph Stiers
Morgc ret Sustuk
William K, Swanson Grace Swonger
William M, Swanson Alex Sziriski
mold the castings of
Q Joyce Taylor Jay Thoms
f Susan Taylor Dale Thrush
'O' Charlene Teel Kenneth Tracy
Rocco Tasco ne
Barbara Twillie Nancy Vasil
Diane Von Epps Michael Vaughn
The time has come to say
The hrs? sign of Spring finds seniors like Tom Simmons doing their study-
ing in the fresh air and warm sunshine.
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Spring also finds seniors Rich Vendetti and Ed Goellner carefully counting the days until they will be
able to say, "I graduated from Academy with the class of I96O."
"good-b " to our friends, and
Robert Walczak Nancy Wantz
Lynn Wallerstein Maxine Wassink
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Robert Welton Mary Ann Whitehead
Nancy Werner Sue Whitlord Mary Wiercinski
a warm "thank you" to Academy
With the advent of Spring, it becomes increasingly ditticult to pursue
our studies and literary labors. As the balmy spring air tumbles through
the open windows of our classrooms, we long tor the freshness of the
grass, the sweetness of the air, and the clarity ot the sky which only this
new season can bring.
To us seniors Spring ushers in many activities which herald the end of
our high school years. Highlighting the season are the junior-senior prom,
the senior banquet, and the culmination ot both our social and educational
activities - Commencement. There are many additional events, including
sports, beckoning us away from our text books, but we realize now, more
than ever before, that we must continue to take a serious interest in
scholarship, Thus, in spring, we turn to our school work with a renewed
freshness, aware that we are approaching a new chapter in our lives.
Emmaline Whren John Wild
Shirley Wickersham Linna Wiler
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We turn to the future with
William Ziegler Janet Zimmefly
Thomas Zimmer Judith Zlmmerly
As the day of Commencement approaches, we
feel justifiably proud and jubilant. For many years
we have looked forward to this day, when our
goal would finally be attained.
Joyous as we may be to receive our diplomas,
there is inevitably an underlying sadness in our
departure from Academy. It is difficult to realize
that after years of expectancy and anticipation,
we have finally reached the crossroads of our lives.
Behind us lie long years of protected childhood,
guided adolescence, and formalized education.
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pride, confidence, and enthusiasm
We were dependent upon our parents and our
teachers, and we felt secure in their decisions. Be-
fore us looms the wide, wide world, strange and
bewildering, but full of hope and promise. The
time has now come for us to make our own de-
cisions concerning further study, career, or mar-
On Commencement Day we pause to survey the
past and to foresee the future, confident that our
years of guidance and study have prepared us to
cross safely this bridge into the unknown.
Marilyn Zuern Barbara Zukowski
Thaddeus Zukowski Robert Zydonik
Nancy Zwick Carol Zysk
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MOST ACTIVE CUTEST COUPLE
Irene Stonkiewicz Chugk Ygrfz
PETE Sfrong Vicki Kennedy
These have made our three years
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST ATHLETIC
John Morhics Corol Ne'son
Carol DI Bacco Jnm Miiler
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CLASS BRAINS FRIENDLIEST
Kay Hebert Randy Brown
Joy Hebert Noncie Zwick
a memorable experience
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Steve Smith .Iocnne Zipper Y 'f Q 'lg
MOST TALENTED WITTIEST
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At the traditional "Gavel Day" assembly, Senate president
Pete Strong swears in officers Randy Brown and Irene
Stankiewicz. Missing from this picture is Roy Tanenbaum,
This year, the Student Senate became a vital factor in pro-
moting international understanding among Academy students.
For the second consecutive year an exchange student, spon-
sored by the Senate, spent his senior year at Academy
Gerard Decker made his foster home with the Gifford KessIer's,
under the auspices of the American Field Service Program.
Under the AFS Program, Peter Strong, President of the Sen-
ate, visited the Netherlands during the summer. Pete, dressed
in the native clothing of Holland, showed many colorful slides
of his trip at this year's Gavel Day, the annual Senate
With an eye to the future, the Senate is again planning
money-raising activities to continue its foreign exchange pro-
gram. The project should become larger and more valuable
each year as the students continue to support this program.
Leadership and service . . .
SENATE: ROW I. G. Decker, R, Tanenbaurn, I. Stankiewicz, P.
Strong, R. Brown, Miss Studebaker. ROW II. E. Smiley, A. Glen
- G. Johnson, C. DiMichaeI, B. Abbott, W. West. ROW IV. L. Mc-
dore, K. Mehler, C. Miner, J. Barney, S. Notarione, C. Clark,
B. Gallino, S. Nardo, D. Robinson, R. Snoder, A. Angelotti, M.
Voss. ROW Ill. W. Angelo, S. Andrews, K. Dieter, J. Weibel
J. Levandowski, J. Nason, C, Evanolt, I.. Kruszewski, P. Szkoda,
Bride, I. Hinrichs, J. Bradford, D. Kons, D. Reed, A. Crawford
J. Wild, D. Rose, G. Holroyd, G. Krill, J. Howard, J. Gunther,
, D. Ross, J. Madras.
Senate Key Awards
One of the haghest forms of recognutlon that an Academy
Hugh School student can receuve rs the Senate Key Award When
a student ns a recrprent of the Senate sponsored gold key h
knows that he has been an outstandnng cntrzen of has school
To be elrgable for the award the student must meet the qualnfl
catlons of cmzenshnp and servrce He must be an exemplary
member ofthe student body and must have grven much time and
servuce to one of the many organizations wnthrn the school
Each organrzatron us permutted one award per twenty members
and the recnprent may be on any grade level The wnnners are
euther elected by the other members of the organnzatron or are
selected by the advusor to the group
In 1959 the tollowrng orgamzatlons awarded Senate keys
Academe Staft Star Staff ACappeIla Choir Band Grrls Chorus
Male Chorus Orchestra National Honor Socuety Senate Debate
Club Drama Club Cheerleaders Twlrlers Audio Vnsual Aids
Photography and Stage Crew
John Mathsas presentung Nancy Denmng wrth her
keys to success
SENATE KEY AWARDS ROWI J Wrtman T Kennedy C Mer S Orengla K Petter F Nrebauer J DeMatteo S Smnth M
har D Levlck H Armes W Hybel S Black M Krtzmrller L Strauss P Strong M Washek P Krysrak P Harrison D Robson
Howard J Knepper L Taft J Randall ROW II C Newby
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NATIONAL MERIT AWARDS
ROW 1. M, J. Kitzmiller, L.
Johnson, AE. Schaffer. ROW
2. D, Alcox, B. Pettit, B. UI-
rich, J. Benson.
SENIOR CLASS AWARDS
ROW 1. P, Krysiok, S. Poss-
more, D. Demuling. ROW 2.
M. Burke, J.
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ROW I. J. Schoell, H, Armes, L. Johnson. ROW 2. R. Norcross, ROW 1, L. Thgmggl J, More,
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Gallegher J Trapp
Mosemon L Cohen
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Johnson D Demulnng
Scholarships and Awards
This year rnany deservung Academy students have been
aided toward their goal of higher education through scholar
ships Seven students were recognized for outstanding per
formance In the Natronal Merlt Scholarshup Oualatyung Test a
scholarshrp competrtuon conducted on a nation wade basss
Fifteen others merited recognutvon for hugh scores IH the sarne
test In addutuon to many other scholarshvps awarded by
private groups awards were grven to outstandung sensors nn
each rnaror subrect Other honors Included the D A R Otnzen
ship Award and the P T A Scholarshups
Scholarship awards are based on tlve pounts the students
rank an has class the College Board scores the recommenda
trons of teachers extra curricular actlvutres and the results ot
personal Interviews Only when the student meets the above
requirements satusfactorlly us he considered for a scholarship
WINNERS ROW 'l E Shop
C' per S Passrnore H Martnn
Mlchalskl ROW 2 L John
son M Strauss G Sheldon
D Pettit R Johnson L Neth
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N.H.S.: ROW I. N. Vasil, K. Snyder, A. Machinski, J, Hen-
ning, L, Kruszewski, P. Narducci, J. Barney, R, Barbale,
M. Litz, J. Hersperger. ROW II. G. Snoder, Y. Schrecen
gost, A. Adler, C. Nelson, M, Kruszewski, S. Taylor, J
Zipper, P. Lindenberger, K. Hebert. ROW Ill. Miss Mong,
N, Adams, L. Wallerstein, C, DiBacca, J. Mathias, C.
Clarke, G. Holroyd, R. Tanenbaum, J. DeWolf, J. De-
Matteo, P. Strong, J. Hagan, ROW ill. J. Wild, K.
Getschow, G. Huzinec, J. Gartner, F. Huber, D. Nielsen,
A. Crawford, R. Johnston, J. Hebert, T. Murphy. Absent
- D. Anderson, S. Brower, J, Ciotti.
Outstanding students of today . . .
First and second semester officers of the National Honor Society
are: ROW I: J. DeMatteo, J, Zipper, P. Lindenberger, and D.
Nielson. ROW II: T. Murphy, C, DiBacco, and S. Brower.
Scholarship, leadership, character, service - these
are the qualities necessary for admission into the
National Honor Society. Membership in this organi'
zation is a goal sought by many studehts but attained
Under the direction of Miss Winitred Mong and an
advisory board ot ten other teachers, the organiza-
tion presented a program at the fall induction illus-
trating the importance of symbols in the life of man.
Another interesting assembly was presented at the
During the year, members attended Shalcespeare's
Julius Caesar at Edinboro College, and participated
in tall and spring initiation parties held in honor ot
newly admitted members.
For the last few years, Academy's declaimers have
attained an enviable record in debating. This year,
under the direction of Mr. Leo l-larkins, with assist-
ance of student teacher Michael Telena, the twelve-
man team studied the topic of labor relations.
In addition to their heavy schedule of debates with
many area schools, the debaters presented their an-
nual play, This year's presentation was a comedy en-
titled "The One That Got Away." A self-supporting
society, members once again sold candy after school
to raise funds for their various activities. The debat-
ers attended several social events, including the an-
nual city-wide Debate banquet.
J. Horseman, R. Tanembaum, J. Hersperger and C, Calhoon are
the Debate ofticers.
. . . leaders of tomorrow
DEBATE: ROW I. J. Fong, J. Horsman, S. Hestor, L. Masters, B. Pace, J.
baum, J. Freed, K. Appletree, S. Hutzelman, J, Baumgortner, C. Calhoon.
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P Szkoda K Snyder and J Barney are the offlcers ol the Academy Busuness Club
Expansuon un every respect has been the characterus
tuc tone at Academy as revealed by the unutuatung of a
newly formed o ganuzatuon the Academy Busuness Club
Advused by Muss Mary Huckey true Club nas been a
great asset to senuor gurls plannung to enter true busuness
Speakers from the Natuonal Oftlce Management As
socuatuon who acquaunted the members wutlu all as
pects of secretarual and bookkeepung careers were
BUSINESS CLUB ROWI P Szkoda K Sn der J Barne Muss
bale B Calluer M Hoffman B Sherman J Harrus ROW III L
Fox M Hansen C Boutelle C Pollock B Baer B Kraus C
Rose J Erucsson J Struke ROW IV P Rodov E Borst L Wullu
son B Logue K Breter M Halput B Smuth S Adamowucz B
unvuted from tume to tume tlurougluout the year to speak
to t'ue group lnterestung fllms were sluovvn at varuous
meetungs revealung twe applucatuoru ot advanced com
The mutual year of Academy Busuness Club has proven
luuglwly successful and luas been extremely helpful and
untormatuve to every member un the plannung of her
chosen fleld of endeavor
Bowers C Brown B Spath J Hume ROW V G Kester S Tay
J Zummerly R Kauakowsku K Alberstadt M Lutz ROW VI A
Adler K Haupt M Tyczkowsku G Snoder O Mount N Shouse
D Kubacku L Battaglua B Chopun C Bukowski J Elfenbeun
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Prepartng for college lS one of the most Important
steps whsch can be taken IH an tndlvldual s lute What
course of study to pursue, what college to attend
ancl what qualnflcatrons to meet are questlons whlch
every collegebound student rnquures of hlmself and
COLLEGE CLUB ROWI M Dumbravo R Barbale L Penn E
Smtley S Oswalt P Magee B Rectenwald J Calarelll A Pora
A Steehler J Horsman A Kottler J Strrke M Sponsler P
Narduccl L Lewts J Brown ROW ll E Tanner M Stossmeuster
M Huston B Hemtz D Roblnson K Hebert E Savrandky S
Gold K Dieter T Forsyth R Marten C Pollock J Ackerman
B Kudlak J Levcedowskt L Kruszewslu L Leaf ROW Ill K
Phelps C Nelson C Calhoon J Seyboldt J Kelso S Hester
D Neth K Mehler K Wood K Koppel B Stevenson E Brnggs
For the last two years Academys College Club
advased by Mrs Ruth Schoenfeld M V M Lewts
Mass Ruta Russell and Mr Fredertck Torrance has
presented lnterestnng and tntormatlve programs whrch
have been extremely helpful to every member con
' onted wlth these decnsuons
M Kruszewskl P Yeager J Welbel S Young F Lorumer J
Johnson ROW IV Mrs Schomfleld R Schoenberg R Bogert
E Homllton M Andrews G Kessler J Freed G Snoder R
Hull J Fuorelll D Boeswetter G Johnson D Bondy R Davts
I Hmrtchs E Amacher D Schlllung ROW V L Wallerstem T
Murphy R Wurst R Morschhauser D Rose L Wolff S Domcl-nk
R Johnston J Ftne J Hebert C DuBacco J Wild G Holroyd
G Decker T Kuryla C Nelson D James
Editor Susan Minor and Business Manager Helene Meissel discuss ideas with advisors Mrs.
Edna Bermon and Mr. Donald Zonno for the theme and division pages of the yearbook and
plan money-making prqects to enable these ideas to be carried cut.
At the stat? meeting important problems are brought forth, but through the efforts of the
"officials" the production ofthe Academe again runs smoothly.
royd and Diane Robinson, receive thorough in-
Two new members of the staff this year, Gail
struction from Editor Sue Minor on layouts, copy,
and art work that must be included in a yearbook
to qualify it for an All-American rating from the
Preparing a record of . . .
Photographer Sam Black explains to committee chairmen Millie Litz and Karen Snyder that
they sh9u'd not draw layouts which include circle, "bleed," or variations in pictures unless
there is a specific reason to do sa.
"Simplicity is best," agrees Karen, chairman of Senior Section.
Millie commences to tell Sam that the deadline for her section, Activities, is approaching
quickly and formal pictures tor many organizations must be taken soon.
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Copy writers Dave Anderson, Carole Nichols, and
Kay Hebert, assisted by Mrs. Berman, work to-
gether to prepare Copy which will again receive
a high rating from the grading company. All-
American, the highest rating a yearbook can ob-
Jin, is the goal sought by the whole staff.
New staff members are chosen on the basis of their
acaden'ic record, special talents, ard ability to get
along with others.
Absent from this picture were Carol Lehan and
Mrs. Bermon believes that all copy must be written
and re-written mary times before even a small de-
gree af perfection may be attained. Experience
tells Dave, Carole, and Kay that this is definitely
The Busiress stat? merrbers, Judy Haupt, Janet Weibel, and Helene Neissel, assisted by Mr.
ZOHHO, checlc the daily receipts collected by each homeroom representative. Thousands of
dollars are handled each yea' by the business stat? during the picture campaign in the fall
and during the Academe campaign which exterds throughout the school year.
Mr. Zonno insists that every penny be accounted for, It is the desire cf the staft that every
student possible receive an Academe in the spring,
The day yearboolcs are returned from the publisher is one of great satisfaction and ioy.
Dennie Rose, Jean Eschbacher, and Patricia Magee s'ni5e with pleasu'e when they see the
result of their hard work has been so rewarding and worthwhile.
Everyone on the stan is anxious for the Academe to be distributed, eagerly awaitrg the
approval of faculty and students.
Absent from this picture was Janice Levandowski.
S Brower D Anderson N Whren and K Hale were members ofthe Dustruct
Blendung vouces as
CHOIR ROW I G Swonger R Wolff P Chapman D Von Epps
Mr Grender L Webb J Wolff J Harrus C Clark ROW II J Bar
ney J Knepper D Cass G Bowe J Hagan E Taccone A Stew
ard M Dylewsku L Burd ROW Ill D Hunter J Smuth D aes
wetter K Gore D Jones C Gambull D Adams G Johnson ROW
We after song the words of the
chorusters prayer wrutten by theur durector
Obed L Grender typuhes the spurut of the
suxty vouce A Cappella Chour
The chour sang an openung concert un
October at the deducatuon of Memorual Tech
nucal Hugh School The Chrustmas
was ushered un wuth the Pre Holuday
Concert followed by the Chrustmas
bly program for the student body
sprung the chour un addutuon to presentung
the annual Sprung Concert toured several
local hugh schools
Assustung Mr Grender as student durector
thus year was Norman Adams a senuor who
us a student ot musuc
In January flve members attended the
Northwestern Dustruct Chorus Festuval held at
Oul Cuty Hugh School
IV J Caun J Fune D Wadsworth J Shuelds P Meeker G Kester
J Hayward L Olson I Hunruchs L Lundquust L Cogswell O Mount
ROW IV N Adams R Bastuan C Ott J Euswuerth R Phelps R
Steele L Eller L Davus S Szurusku D Kons E Wodard J Swuft
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our school often pause to lrsten to tne Grrls
Chorus os nt reheorses dolly rn the cludrtoruum
Thts lorge group of rnusuc rnrnded girls under
the dlrectron of Gbed L Grender offec
tuonotely known os Pops strrye through
out the yeor for proper bolonce good tone
quolnty ond o reody repertoure of chorol mu
slc As evidenced by theur flne pe fo monce ot
the Pre Holudoy ond Sprung Concerts they
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ln oddrtuon to the Pre Holndoy ond Sprung
Concerts the Chorus oppeored twrce before
the student body ond presented o concert ot
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GIRLS CHORUS ROWI A LoRlcclc M Ports K Keggett C Carr
S Auer E Grotkowskn S Oswolt Mr Grender D Vonliervoort R
Lw S Poloho J Zurnrnerly A Pollock C Smzth ROW ll J Mc
Cune C Lorenser J Leonordl R Barnes G Joycox B Dellecese
W Bornfl th P DSont1 K Koser E Gober L Owens P Aperto
T Aperto N Lokotos L Erhcrt B Boyle ROW III R Pmkney R
Borbole L Schocf C Mull n R Robunson S Erhort L DeGeorge
B Wlllnorns M Schlclc J Schouermon P Snnnott E Whren D Root
S Green ROW IV D Gregory L Donofruo P Shorkey D Probo
Hormlton R Angerer J Volk A Dre ser E Atkrrfson K c
Coy B Borley L Tyczkowsku M Bukowskr J Gibbs A Scott R
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MALE CHORUS ROW I T Kamorelc J Graham D Wadsworfh Gordov P CLmmur'qs ROW lll C Hellmann R Wasklewlcz J
ender G angle xnams a R Hart T Norman J And rson G Kowalslo J Moyer S SZlfISlil
Blossey J Hathaway R Day C Ott F Krayeskr G Harfleb J
I hear America singing
C Or? J Moyer G Shungle and D Wadsworth were elecled
ofhcers of the Male Chorus for fhrs year
Deep chords of barbershop harmony lulhng re
frarns of a sea chanty nch colorful tones of a classnc
all These are heard when the members of The Male
Chorus mee? to blend fhelr volces In song
Hours of rnfenslve rehearsal precede each public
appearance but all who have heard This group bear
wntness To Ther rnusucal arhsrry and qualnry of per
Their rnch lull voices thrrlled audiences at The Pre
Holrday and Sprung Concerts and at student assem
Concludlng a ewardang and sahslymg season the
Male Chorus were guest artists at ST Beneduct s Acad
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ROW I. C. Nelson, T. Hutzelmon, E
Hamilton, G. Gaber, ROW II. R. Vrot-
rey, P. Scbatino, D. Reed, D. Kcttrran,
ard G. Sulkcwslci represent Academy
ln the Junior Philharmonic Orch st
Academy's thirty-seven piece orchestra, under the di-
rection of Mr, William Burger, and concertmaster Ed-
ward Hamilton, was very active during the I959-I96O
school year. Playing the music of both classical and
contemporary composers, the orchestra participated
in Academy On Parade and was featured at the spring
Instrumental Concert. A woodwind quintet, composed at
orchestra members, was an added attraction at orches-
Highlighting the musical season at Academy was the
concert presented by the Regional Orchestra, an organ-
ization composed ot high school students in western
Pennsylvania. Several Academy students participated in
this and in other orchestral groups, including the Erie
the varied carols I hear."
ORCHESTRA: ROW I. E. Hamilton, J. Henning, P, Sabatino, S
Lininger, M. Huston, R. Hull, R, Luce, N. Vasil, ROW II. L. Kerr'
A. Jameson, I.. Webb, C. Nelson, J. Lucht, R. Nathan, S. Ellis
ROW III. G. Sulkowski, J, Vasil, D. Alexander, S. Erb, T. Hutzel-
man, D Reed, S. Smith, R Vrotrey. ROW IV. Mr. Burger, M.
Kruszewslci, Y, Schrecengost, M. Smith, D, DeDad, S. Dorrbchilc,
D. Koflman, V. Sampson, B. Howell, H. Machrigale.
SITTI G J DeMatteo S Smuth STANDING J Marshall J Locke D John
son These are the boys who formed the Swtngsters
Resplendent tn theur blue and gold umfarms the Academy marchung and con
cert band has won the hearts of connolsseurs of band musnc Mr Wullram
Burger mth drum malor Steve Smtth has much to be proud of an thns pre
Football season sees the band on the field to present excttrng halftlme shows
at all home Academy games and those at Mlllcreek McDowell and Mead
vulle The pre game football rallies were also greatly enllvened by the presence
of thus hugh spnrnted group When football IS over the band begms rehearsal
of nts concert rnusuc whnch es present d at the sprung Instrumental Concert
Several of the better muslcuans were selected In the sprung to form the Acad
emy Swlngsters a combo specnaluzmg In ltghter muslc They were heard at
Academy On Parade where they were well recelved
In addmon to school concert engagements the band conducted a tour of
Displaying preclslon and
BAND ROWI W Johnson J DeMattea J Vasel P Ottoson L Smtth ROW IV J Locke F Hetzel J Marshall D KoHman
Davs R Davus R Battles ROW ll R Albertson R Slckler G Wells F Kntzmlller G Kelly L Knclcerboclcer D Tanner D
Su kowsku B Abbott R Morelll D Foscc D Alexander Kunselman ROW V G Gaber M Smnth S Dombchuk D De
Wtnter A Ztroln ROW III Mr Burger D eed T Forsyth Dad D Nuber B Howell Dearborn S Hogan D Ashton
Kauffman H Madrugale R Crocoll J Zuern R Vrotney
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ROW Il J Lucht R Snoder D Robinson J Berry P Leighty L DeGeorge
J Henning J Ziegler S Olson A Angelotti
Under the leadership of Vicki Mae Kennedy assisted by Janice Ciotti and
Nancy Loper the Academy rra,orettes have gained a reputation in Erie for
football games at home ond away the twirlers added a spark of beauty and
talent ta every ente taining halftime
Their agenda this year included performances at service club luncheons pep
rallies Academy On Parade and the annual Instrumental Concert in the
spring They also presented programs at Erie elementary and gumor high
Nancy Loper assistant leader Vicki Kennedy
leader Jancie Cloth assistant leader
TWIRLERS ROWI P Kemble G Fetzner M Wassink J Erics Beecher J McCune P Mclnture K Brown C Lorensten M An
son B Smith N Loper V Kennedy J Ciotti J Zimmerley S gelo C Chase J Elfenbein B Huggler S Goodman P Mc
or J Strike B ae' Bo elle OW II Titko Cann M Carter F Larimer L Farkas N Gabun
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Spirited cheers and rustling pomspoms can be heard resounding do their best to encourage school spirit in their fellow class-
through the halls of Academy as the members of the Pep Club mates.
Combined efforts inspire school spirit
Spirit and liveliness shown at competitive
games reveal much about a school and its
students. Academy is proud of the enthu-
siastic loyalty of her cheerleaders and pep
club members who inspire and direct organ-
ized cheering at assemblies and games.
Character, personality, and co-ordination
are qualities possessed by Academy's cheer-
leaders. Considerable time and ingenuity
are contributed by each cheerleader
throughout the school year. Leading cheers
at rallies, football and basketball games,
home and away, composing and introducing
new cheers, stunts, and routines, are all a
part of their activities.
Within the last two years, the Pep Club
has developed into one of the largest extra-
curricular organizations at Academy.
Through the untiring efforts of loyal mem-
bers, color and spirit have been added to
each rally and game.
ROW I. W. Smiley, S. Klinkhamer, L. Ahl, C. Huff, S, Andrews, K. Burger, K.
Andersen, C. Deak, A. Glendore, J. Fisher. ROW II. S. Nargo, J. Passmore
K, McGinley, J. Knepper, E. Gaber, R. Wolff ROW III. B. Heintz, M. Danner
S. Crawford, J. Clark, M. Johnston, J. Gaynor, D. Jones, M. Marchant.
OFFlCERS C DuBocco K Houpt S Brower B Rut ow
J Fus R Borbole J Levondowsku J Fuorelu
Love ot her fellow man wullungness to be of servuce to
others and eagerness to grow spurutuolly as well as so
cually are the uncentuves for becamung a Y Teen Any gurl
who has these unterests at heart may uoun thus popular and
Sunce uts begunnung at Academy YTeen members have
always receuved sotustoctuon and enuayment through actuvu
tues Muss Adelaude Susley and Mrs Frances Stull advusors
for tne group have encouraged and observed the uncreas
ung prestuge thus servuce club has gauned each year
Brungung toys for needy chuldren sellung Chrustmas seals
for te Tuberculosus Assocuatuon servung ond portucupotung
at tureen dunners and other socuals and ottendung the
Chrustmas Dance and Sprung Tru are actuvutues whuch have
enruched the lute of every member
Combunung fellowship wuth servuce
ROWI M Epp F Mollery J Zummerly J Casey J Hersperger
C Reese B Sherman ROW II J H e B Kraus B Bayler C
Becker C Clark R Barbale J Borney M Dumbravo M Wos
sunk D VonEpps K Phelps S Notoruone A Steehler K Snyder
P Chapman W Ruchordson ROW lll B Galluna E Soft M
Wuercunsku M Corsu R Kolakowsku G Kester B Logue L Wul
Iusuan N Gausman K Gusczensku K Alberstodt G Show P
Szkoda N Zwuck J Struke P Wundsor P Norduccu J Henn
C Darr D Ste er B Bo r S Doy C Brown A Pora
Rettger G ODona ROW IV M Lutz P Kemble B Cass N
Werner P Baker M Zuern C Eckert B Smuth S Taylor J
Laudensock B Spath A Muzukeusku J Zupper L Webb L De
Morco N Hertner J Seybolt P Lundenberger M Sponsler Y
Schrecegost E Weuss K Krasnesku V Kennedy J Cuottu A
Koffler L Owens N Loper ROW V P Rodov B Roger J Ack
erman G B ns S Adomowucz J Erucsson K Breter A Adler
J Elfenbeun G Fagon J Mallory J Zummerley C Gambull
zuello B Chapun D Kubocku J Anderson J Kelso M Kruzew
sk: C Pollock L Kruszewsku J Loesch E Taccone C Boutelle
E Borst ROW VI B Rutkowsku K Houpt B Bowers B Bevan
C Johns G Smuth K McCoy E Bruggs S Vought R Clemens
M Osborne C Nelson G Holroyd C Clarke J Kruth C D
Bacco J Crowell O Mount P Shorkey K Kozlowsku S Wun
genroth R Nathan N Hogan E Zlexander K Koppel J Henry
H Soder C VuLogu B Stevenson I Stonkuewucz S Manor
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this IS our purpose
llth GRADE OFFICERS SITTING Ruta Peterson STAND lOtl1 GRADE OFFICERS Karen Lnttggett Lwnda Clark ond
ING Merrulee Stine Kay Wood and Kathy Melzer Llndo Kern
The olticers of the Junior Red Cross are: G. Gaber, K. Hebert, P. Chop-
mon and E. Weiss.
During 1959-1960, Academy's Junior Red
Cross Council made bedside gardens, filled gilt
boxes tor the youth ot other lands, painted hos-
pital windows at Christmas and Easter, and pre-
sented a variety show at the Veteran's Hospital.
Several Academy students worked as volunteer
aides at the Vet's Hospital as part ot a new J.R.C.
service activity. ln addition, an Academy Night at
the City-Wide Chapter House was held for all
Early in the year, the movie "Those Who Care,"
was shown to the members ot Academy Council
by Mrs. Ralph Walter, director ot the Erie Chapter
ot the American Junior Red Cross. Another as-
sembly, produced and directed by J.R.C. council
members, was presented later in the year.
ln 1959, John Mathias served as chairman of
the City-Wide Junior Red Cross Council, marking
the second consecutive year in which an Acad
emy student received this distinction.
We believe in service for others
RED CROSS: ROW l. Mrs. Bell, C. Calhoon, E. Smiley, K. Schau
C. Brown, N. Zwick, C. Ambrose, C. Burroughs, K. Hale, Mrs
Whaley. ROW ll. C. Bunce, N. Kirclich, S. Ehrheart, D. Schilling
K, Hebert, E. Weiss, B. Hershelman, J. Berry, J. Henning, M
Wertz, S. Wahl, M. Huston, ROW lll. M. Stossmeister, J. Swartz,
R. Meyer, J. Clark, L, Collier, M, Mathias, C. Kraschneske, B.
Peelrnan, A. Marshall, B. Mannc, P. Chapman. ROW IV. C. Nich-
ols, L. Leaf, P. Lindenberger, M. Kruszewski, T. Forsyth, G
Gaber, D. James, N. Hogan, D. Plavcan, G. Shingle, A. Cristal
lino, R. Schoenberg, L. Kruszewski, ROW V. J. Hebert, R. John
ston, C. Clarke, E. Hamilton, J. Shubert, M. Osborne, K. Burger
M. Schuster, J. Hayward, L. Cogswell, M. Chohen, R. Bogert, C
Many exctttng tnnovottons marked this
years Drama Club rneettngs Wtth Mss
Froncts Motor as faculty odvrsor the Club
began the year by studytng the htstory
ot drama The members porttctpated an
Choral Readtngs from the Greek plays ot
Sophocles and Arrstophanes and re
enacted scenes from the works ot Shake
speore and modern playvvnghts
The goal of thus years group was to
acquarnt the average student wtth the
problems ot the modern theatre and
problems ot stage productton Evtdence
ot the success of thts venture ts the tact
that many Drama Club members porttct
pated tn the plays of the Playhouse Stu
dent Theatre and tn producttons wtth the
protessnonal cost of the Playhouse
W 'I E amtlton D chtl ng R Dov S Gold D Bon
S Wlngenroth T Forsyth ROW 2 K Annelle .l Swanson R
Borbole S Brown J Levser H Soder M Osborn ROW 3 M
M htos J H nnmg A Mtlle C Botley M Rodgers A MIZI
kowskl K McCoy ROW 4 J Gerard K Woods S Goodman
D Bondy C Nelson R Dovls D Boeswetter K Annelle and E Hamilton are preportng
for thelr annual student production Presented In the sprung It contained scenes from
My Four Lady Saint Joan and Androcles and the Lion
Confidence through self expression
G Manos N Klrcllsch B Manno ROW 5 R LaFcllette E Sm
ley K Amocher D Boesewetter M Houston C Qulnltn ROW
J Eckbe B Messn L Gramm K McGtne
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GYM AND POOL MONLTORS: ROW 1: S. Piyinski, COUNSELOR'S MONITORS
P. Chapman, K. Snyder, F. Tanner. ROW 2: A. STANDING: J, Ackerman, M. Supyk,
Pora, M. Parris, G. Snoder. ROW 3: M. Beil, E.
Aksion, C. Nelson.
Craweil, Miss Snoenfield, D. Herrick
L. Bafraglia, C. Poccock.
Assisting the administration . . .
OFFICE MONNORS. ROW 1: D. VanEpps, J. Ackerman, C. Pol- sink, I. Sfankiewicz, J, Seyboidt, J. Barney, M. L. Hanson, S. Ma-
iock, C. Burroughs, J. Eifenbein, A. Para, L. Webb, ROW 2: D. nolis, J. Retfger, N. Kirclicln, K. Fox, M. Foreman. ROW 4: M,
Herrick, E. Briggs, J. Cerio, C. Eckert, C. Smifh. ROW 3: M. Was- Makoy, J. Berry, C, Yezzi, C, Clarke, J. Kruih, N. Greggs.
Seldom do people realuze the Importance of the
role played by monltors at Academy Sacrnhcrng therr
study halls to perform thus servnce monrtors work an
many dutterent capacttxes throughout the buuldnng
In the mann ottlce monntors are constantly on duty
ready to delnver messages and notuces to teachers
and to students ln the counsellor s office they serve
IU a slmllar manner and In addltuon help to tlle and
record the numerous papers whnch come to thus
Gym monltors assust the physical education mstruc
tors vvuth attendance and are responsnble for de
lrvernng notnces whach must be sent to the varnous
rooms They also act as vngnlantes IH the locker
Monntors render invaluable servlce to the ll
braruan These students tralned an the worlclngs of
the lrbrary asslst the llbraraan by staclclng books ar
rangmg pernodtcals checkung admnts and deluverung
Hall monitors are responsnble for the conduct ot
the students rn the halls and serve as gundes to all
visitors rn the school
Nita Shouse Maureen Sulltvan and Mary Sereno Gnd that there ns al
ways plenty to do as Library rronttors
In man ways
LIBRARY MONITORS ROW 'I K Hanes L Oson A Machlnskt R Hansen ,l Nunes D Tanner J Mathlas N Shouse M Sul
M Gottfried F Mallory .1 Kruplcz N Vasnl M Sereno ROW 2 luvan L Kruszewslu B Roger B Ross Mass Golden
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B. Kudlack, R. Barfale, Mr. Kantz, J, Mathias, and E. Soft
are proud ol another successful year.
Academy's newspaper, the Star, the oldest high
school publication in Erie, is patterned after that ot
a big-city newspaper, having an editor-in-chiet, a
business manager, page editors, and reporters.
Made up of twenty-eight above-average English
students, the newspaper staff is advised by Mr. Fred-
erick Kantz, who has been with the group since 1950.
In the past few years, exchange students at Academy
have been on the Star, experiencing hrst-hand the
workings of the American press.
In an attempt to publish a more interesting paper,
the Star receives new ideas through an exchange of
publications with other high schools throughout the
This year's subscription campaign, which proved to
be very successful, was unique in that tree subscrip-
tions were oftered to representatives whose home-
rooms subscribed at least two-thirds of their member-
In addition to publishing a newspaper, members ot
the Star Staff held a school-wide dance in January
and presented an entertaining spring assembly.
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STAR: ROW 'lz J. Ciatti, J. Shields, K. McGenley, K. Shaw, J. Brower, B. Kudlok, ROW 4: J. Mathias, R. Schoenburg, R, Rrown,
Presser. ROW 2: R, Barbole, B. Beass, M. Vass, N. Werner, E. G. Decker, Mr. Kantz, R. Brooks. Absent: L. Wallerstein, J.
Weiss, M. Sponsler, E. Soft. ROW 3: S. Taylor, J. Schweigert, S. Haupt.
In each chemistry class there is a lab assistant who aids the
students with their laboratory worlc and helps the instructor
prepare apparatus and chemicals for experiments. Advisors to
lab assistants are the chemistry teachers, Mr. George Giesler,
Mr. George Havican, and Mr. Howard Eiclcert. Through their
work, lab assistants gain increased skill in handling labora-
tory equipment and attain a more thorough understanding of
the mysteries of chemistry. Although no academic credit is
given, many of the lab assistants plan to engage in scientific
careers, and find their time spent in the lab very worth while.
The photography stafi also renders a great service to the
school, but receives no academic credit. With their advisor,
Mr. Rollinger, members of this photography staff are on call
daily to snap pictures at assemblies, rallies, organization
meetings, and school dances. Many photographs that appear
in the school newspaper and in the yearbook are taken,
developed, and printed by this stafi, thus giving Academy
students the benefit at good, reasonable publications.
PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF. S. Black, J. Senowitz
. . . through worthwhile experience
LAB ASSISTANTS: A. Machinski, N. Adams, J, Hersperger, R. Wurst, D. Thrush, G, Huzinek, R. Purcell, K,
Tn-if-v P Griffin R. Johnston, J, Wild, J. Hebert.
CAFETFRIA STAFF ROW1 B Zukawslcl A Zuer
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Senior Actlvltles Index
ACKERMAN JUDITH Y Teens I 23 College Club 3
Red Cross 2 Cheerleadmg 2 Momtor 3 Pep Club
ADAMOWICZ SUSAN Y Teens I 3 Busmess Club 3
ADAMS DONNA Chorus I Choir 23 YTeens I
Pep Club 2 Momtor I
ADAMS NORMAN Senate I Choir I23 Track 2
Cross Country 3 Lab Assnstant 3 Natuonal Honor So
ADLER AUDREY Y Teens 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Chorus
I Chour 2 3 Business Club 3 Natlonal Honor Socnety 3
ALBERSTADT KATHRYN Y Teens 2 3 Business Club 3
ALEXANDER ELIZABETH Y Teens 3
ALEXANDER DENNIS Band 3 Orchestra 3
ANDERSON DAVID College Club 2 3 Drama C ub
3 Natnonal Honor Socnety 3 Academe 3 Chonr 2 3
ANDERSON JUDITH Y Teens 3 Business Club 3 Pep
ANDERSON RICHARD Safe Teen Club 3 Golf 23
Football I 2 3 Wrestlmg 23 Basketball I
ANGERER ROSEMARY Chorus I 23 Momtor I
Y Teens I 2 Drama Club 2
ATKINSON ERMA Monitor 2 3 Pep Club 2 Y Teens I
AUER SHIRLEY Pep Club 2 Momtor I Business Club
3 Bowlmg 3 Chorus 3
BAER BETTY YTeens I 23 Twnrlmg I 23 Business
BAILEY BETTY Y Teens I Pep Club 2 3 Momtor I 2
Chorus I 2 3
BAINBRIDGE JAMES Golf I 2 3
BAKER BRUCE Bowlmg 2 3
BAKER PHILLIS YTeens I 2 3 College Club 2 Red
Cross I 2 Cheerleadmg I Bowlmg I
BARBALE IRENE Chorus 2 3 Y Teens I 2 3 Bowlmg
I Senatel Drama 3 National Honor Society 23 Pep
Club 2 3 Busxness Club 3 College Club 3 Star 2 3
BARNES RUTH Cholr I
BARNEY JOAN Y Teens I 2 3 Momtor 2 3 Pep Club
2 3 Chorus I Chonr 2 3 Senate 3 Busmess Club 3 Na
tional Honor Society 3
BARRON WILLIAM Photography3
BARTON JOHN Swimming I 23 Water Polo 23
BASTIAN ROBERT Chour 2 3 Male Chorus I
BATTAGLIA LORETTA Momtor3 Red Crossl Twurl
mg I Busmess Club 3
BAUR KENT Tenms I 23 Cross Country 2 Basket
ball I 2 Senate 3
BOYLE BONNIE YTeens 3 Chorus 3 Safe Teen
BECKER GAYLE Y Teens 2 3
BELL MAMIE Momtor 2 3
BENS GAIL Y Teens 3 Pep Club 3
BEVAN BARBARA YTeens I 2 3 Pep Club I
BIRKNER DAVID Bowling 3
BLACK SAMUEL Photography I 2 3 Academe
Water Polo I 23 Bowlmg 3 Swrmmmg I 2 3
BORST ELAINE Y Teens I 2 3 Business Club 3
BONDY DAVID Drama Club I 23 Debate I Golf
I 2 3 College Club 2 Bowlmg 3
BOUTELLE CAROL Y Teens 3 Twurlnng I 2 3 Busrness
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BOWERS BETTY Pep Club 3 Busnness Club 3
BOWERS BEVERLY Y Teens 2 3 Pep Club 2
BOWMAN DAVID Bowlmg I 3
BRETER KATHLEEN YTeens I 2 3 Pep Club I 23
Busnness Club 3
BRIGGS EILEEN Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club I 2 3 Mon
:tor I 3 College Club 2 3
BROWER SHARON Momtor I2 Chorr I23 Red
Cross 3 Y Teens I 23 Star I 23 Nataonal Honor So
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BROWN RANDALL Senate 2 3 Star 2 Football 2 3
BROWN CLAUDIA Pep Club 23 Business Club 3
Y Teens I 2 3 Red Cross 3 Momtor 2
BUKOWSKI CANDANCE Pep Club 23 Business
BUKOWSKI DIANE Y Teens I
BURROUGHS CAROL YTeens 23 Momtor I Red
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CAPOZZIELLO ANN Y Teens 2 3 Twlrlung I Bus:
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CARSON CRAIG Band I 2
CASEY JUDITH Y Teens 2 3
CERIO JUDITH Y Teens I 2 Momtor 2 3
CHAPIN BEVERLY YTeens I23 Momtor 3 Bus:
ness Club 3 Bowlmg I 2 3
CHAPMAN PRISCILLA Momtor 2 3 Red Cross I 2 3
Senate I Chou' I23 YTeens I23 Drama 3 Col
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CIOTTI JANICE Chorus I Twlrlnng I23 National
Honor Socuety 3 College Club 2 YTeens I23 Star
CLARK CAROLYNN Choir 23 Chorus I Cheerlead
mg I 2 3 Y Teens I 2 3 Senate 3
CLARKE CAROL Momtor I 23 Y Teens I 2 3 Red
Cross 23 National Honor Society 2 3 College Club 2
CLAY DOTTIE Pep Club 2 Jazz Club 3 Busaness
CLEMENS ROSALIE Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club 2
COHEN LINDA Y Teens I 3
COHEN MERLE Red Cross I 3 Wrestlnng 3
COLLIER BARBARA Drama 3 Buslness Club 3
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CORSI MARY LOU Y Teens I 3 Momtor 2 Bowlzng
2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Business Club 3
COX MARGARET JEAN
CRAWFORD ANDREW Waterpolo I23 Swlmmang
I 2 3 Natuonal Honor Socuety 2 3 Senate 3 Red Cross
2 Class OI'tTcer 2
CRITTENDEN WILLARD Waterpolo 2 3 Swummung
CROWELL JUDITH Senate I College Club 2
Y Teens 2 3 Momtor 3
CRUMBLY BERTHA Pep Club 2 Jazz Club 3
CUMMINGS R PAUL
CURRY ROBERT Cholrl Wrestlrng 23
DARR CONSTANCE Momtor I 3 Pep Club 2 Bowl
:ng 2 Y Teens 3
DAVIS LAWRENCE Band I 23 Golf I 23
DAVIS LEON Choir I23 Football I23 JV Bas
ketball I Track 2 3
DAVIS ROBERT R d Cross I Star I Band I23
Drama Club 2 3 College Club 2 3
DAY SANDRA Y Teens I 2 3
DEARBORN WILLIAM Band I 2 3
DECKER BRUCE Football I23 Basketball I Wrest
Img 2 Baseball I 2 3
DECKER GERALD Senate 3 Drama Club 3 College
Club 3 Star Staff 3
tor 3 Busuness Club 3
DEMATTEO JOHN Ban I 23 Golf I Natlo a
Honor Soclety 3
DENOFRIO GARY Glee Club I Swnmmlng I Mon
DEPEW WILLIAM Football I 2 3
DeWOLF BARTON Red Cross I2 Natlonal Honor
Socuety 2 3
DI BACCO CAROL Cheerleadung I23 YTeens
I 23 College Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Natlonal Honor
Socuety 2 3
DIEHL DAVID JV Basketball I Red Cross I
DOMBCHIK STEVEN Orchestra I3 Band 23 Lab
Assistant 3 College Club 3
DRISCOLL JAMES A VA 3
DUFALO JOSEPH Momtor 2
DUMBRAVO MARILEE Momtor I 2 Pep Club I
Red Cross I Y Teens 2 3 College Club 3
DURST RICHARD Safe Teen Club 3
DUSHOLE CHARLES Wrestltng I 2 3 Golf 2 3
ECKERT CAROL Momtor 3 Cheerleadlng I23
YTeens I23 Drama Club 2 Pep Club 23 College
Club 2 Class Ofhcer 3 Natuonal Honor Society 3
EISWEIRTH JOSEPH ChoIr3
ELFENBEIN JANICE Momtor 23 YTeens I23
Drama Club 2 3 Busnness Club 3 Bowltng 3 Pep Club
ELLSWORTH GERALD Archery Club I Rufle Club
ENGLE JAMES Basketball 3
EPP MICHELE Cheerleadung I 23 YTeens 2 3 Pep
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ERICSSON JUDITH Twur :ng I 23 Y Teens I 2 3
Busnness Club 3
ESCHBACKER JEAN Orchestra I23 College Club
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ESTER RUTH Orchestra I Bowltna 23 Pep Club
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EVANOFF CHARLES Football I 2 3 Basketball I
Wrestlzng I 2 3 Baseball I 2 3
EVANOFF RONALD Football I23 Baseball I23
Basketball I 3 Wrestlmg 2
FAGAN VIRGINIA Chorus 2 Monutor 3 Pep Club 3
Y Teens 3
FALLON SHIRLEY Basketball I Red Cross I Pep
Club 2 3 Momtor 2 Y Teens 2
FETZNER GEORGIANN Twnrlung I23 YTeens 2
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FIELDER N JOSEPHINE Monitor I23 Nurse Mon
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FORSYTH THOMAS Band I23 College Club 23
Drama Club 3 Red Cross 3
FOX KAY Chorus I Pep Club 2 3 Momtor 3
FOX LINDA Pep Club 2 Y Teens 2 3 Momtor 2 Buss
ness Club 3
FRANZ ARTHUR Baseball 3
GALLINA BARBARA Cheerleadlng I23 YTeens
I 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Senate 3
GAMBILL CAROL Chotr I2 3 Y Teens 2 3 College
Club 2 Pep Club 2 Momtor I
GARTNER JACK Waterpolo 23 Swlmmlng I23
Senate I Red Cross I Natlonal Honor Society 3
GAUSMAN NANCY Momtor I YTeens 23 Senate
2 Red Cross I Busnness Club 3 Jazz Club 3 Safe Teen
GETSCHOW KENNETH Track Team I23 Cross
Country Team 2 3 Natnonal Honor Socrety 3 Safe Teen
GILLESPIE FREDERICK Bowling 23 JV Basketball
I Golf I 2
GISCZINSKI KATHLEEN Momtor I YTeens 2 3
Safe Teen Club 3 Jazz Club 3 Business Club 3
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GOELLNER EDWARD Basketball 23
GORDON JOHN Monstor 2 Glee Club 2 3
GOTTSCHLING MARY ANN YTeens I23
GRAVES DAVID Red Cross I 2 3 Senate
GREEN MARIE Monrtor2
GREEN SANDRA Momtor2 Chorus23
GREGGS NANCY Pep Club 23 Basketball I Mon
GRIFFIN RICHARD Basketball I Bowling 2 Safe
Teen Club 3 Lab Asslstant 3
GUNNER DONALD Football I23 Basketball I
GUNTRUM LAURA Basketball 3
HAGAN JO ANN Pep Club I 2 3 Choir 3 College
Club 2 National Honor Society 3
HALPERT MARLENE Bowling 23 Business Club 3
HAMILTON EDWARD Orchestra I23 Drama Club
2 3 Red Cross 2 3 College Club 3
HANSEN MARY LOU Pep Club 2 3 Momtor 3 Bus:
ness Club 3
HARRIS JOAN Choir I 23 YTeens I Pep Club 2
Monitor 3 Busmess Club 3
HATHAWAY JAMES Football 2
HAUPT JUDITH Pep Club I23 Chorus I Acad
HAUPT KAREN Cheerleading I23 Pep Club 23
YTeens I23 College Club 2 Senate I Busmess
HAUSER ANITA Red Cross I Pep Club 2 YTeens
HAYWARD JOAN YTeens 2 Chonr 23 Red Cross
3 Pep Club 2 Monitor 3
HEBERT JAY Red Cross I23 Golf I23 Star I
Bowlnng I 2 Safe Teen Club 3 College Club 23 Lab
Asslstant 3 Nattonal Honor Soclety 2 3
HEBERT KAY Bowlnng I2 Basketball 3 YTeens 2
Safe Teen Club 3 Star I Senate 2 College Club 2 3
Red Cross I 23 Academe Staff 3 Natlonal Honor So
cnety 2 3
HELLMANN JOAN Monltor2
HENNING JUNE Orchestra I 23 Y Teens I 23 Na
taonal Honor Society 2 3
HENRY JUDITH Pep Club 2 YTeens 23
HERRICK DIANE YTeens 23 Monrtor 3 Busmess
HERSPERGER JUDI Chorus I2 Debate 23 Red
Cross 23 Bowlung 2 3 YTeens 23 Lab Assnstant 3
Natlonal Honor Society 2 3
HERTNER NANCY Y Teens I 23 Pep Club 2 3 Mon
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HETZEL FREDRICK Band I23 Orchestra I2 Col
lege Club 2 Red Cross I Basketball I
HIME JOYCE YTeens I23 Pep Club 3 Busmess
HODES EILEEN Momtor I 3 Pep Clubl 2 3 Y Teensl
HODGES JOAN Monitor I 2 3
HOFFMAN JOHN Wrestlnng 2
HOFFMAN MARIE YTeens 3 Pep Club 23 Bus:
ness Club 3
HOGAN NANCY Y Teens 2 3 Business Club 3
HOLROYD GAIL Senate 3 Y Teens 2 3 College Club
2 3 Academe 3 Natzonal Honor Soclety 2 3
HUBER FRANK Football I23 Baseball I23 Bas
ketball I Wrestling 2 3 Class Ofhcer I 3 Natlonal
Honor Society 2 3
HUFF RONALD Waterpolo3
HUTZELMAN STEPHEN Debate 3 Drama 2
HUZINEC GEORGE Baseball I 23 Lab Assistant 3
Natlonal Honor Soclety 3
ILLIG JANET Y Teens 2 3
JANKE JOYCE Y Teens I 3 Pep Club 2 3 Bowling
2 3 Monutor 2 Chorus 3
JAYCOX GERTRUDE Chorus 3 Basketball 3
Y Teens I 2 3
Track I 2 3
Monitor I 2 3
Pep Club 2 College Club 2
Cross Country 3 Wrestlnng 2 3
Band I 23 Orchestra I
Red Cross I 2 Senate I 23 Color Guard I 2
Monltor I2 Red Cross 3
National Honor Soclety 2 3
JONES BARBARA Y Teens I Monitor I Pep Club 2
JONES SHERI Chorus I 2 Twlrlmg 2 Bowllng 3
KAPPEL KATHLEEN YTeens I23 Bowllng 3 Col
lege Club 3 Busmess Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 Senate 2
KELLY JAMES Senate I 2 Football 23 Track 2 3
KELSO JANE YTeens 23 College Club 3 Red
KEMBLE PATRICIA Twur :ng I 2 3 Y Teens 2 3
Pep Club 2 3
KENNEDY VICKI Monitor I YTeens 23 Twlrlnng
KESTER GAYANNE Chorus I Cholr 23 YTeens
I 2 3 Busmess Club 3
KINDLE ROBERT Monltor2
KLOSS WALTER Band I2 Wrestling 2
KOCON JOSEPH Wrestlung 23 Cross Country 3
KOFFLER ANITA Y Teens I 23 Pep Club I 23
Busmess Club 3 Bowlung 3 College Club 3
KOLAKOWSKI RUTH YTeens 23 Pep Club 2
Business Club 3
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KOSTER PATRICIA Chorusl Y Teens I
KOZLOWSKI FRANCES Monltorl
KOZLOWSKI KAREN Y Teens 3 Pep Club 2 3
KRASNESKI KAREN Cheerleadnng I23 YTeens
I 2 3
KRAUS BARBARA YTeens I3 Pep Club 23 Bus:
ness Club 3 Monntor I
KRILL GARY Senate 3
KRUPICZ JEAN Momtor 2 3
KRUSZEWSKI LOUISE YTeens I23 College Club
2 3 Natlonal Honor Socuety 3 Senate 3 Red Cross 3
Pep Club 2 Monator 3
KRUSZEWSKI MARGARET YTeens I 23 Red Cross
I 23 Natlonal Honor Soctety 23 Orchestra 23 Pep
Club 23 Chorus I College Club 3 Bowlmg I
KRUTH JACOLYN YTeens I23 Pep Club 3 Bas
ketball I 3 Monitor 3
KUBACHI DOLORES Y Teens I 3 Pep Club 3 Bus:
ness Club 3
KURYLA TIMOTHY College Club 2 3
LaRlCCIE ANNTANETTE Y Teens 3
LAUDENSACK JOLAYNE Pep Club I2 YTeens
LAW RITA Cheerleadlng I Y Teens 2 Pep Club 2
Chorus 2 3
LAY DAVID Track 2 3 Chorus I Chonr 2
LEAVY PATRICIA Chorus 2 Senate 2 Pep Club I
LEGO WALTER Tennis 2 3
LEONARDI FREDERICK Football I
LEVIN DANIEL AVA 23 Safe Teen Club 3
LEWIS PENNY Pep Club 23 Monltor I 2 Academe
3 Y Teens I
LINDENBERGER PATRICIA Red Cross I 23 Y Teens
I 2 3 Cheerleading I 2 3 Star 2 3 National Honor So
clety 2 3 Class Oltlcer 3 Pep Club 2
LINDQUIST LEONARD Cholr 3 College Club 2
Drama I 3
LITZ MILDRED Academe 23 Natlonal Honor
clety 2 3 Buslness Club 3 Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club 2 3
LOCKE JOHN Band I 2 3
LOESCH JOAN YTeens I23 Pep Club 2
LOGUE BEVERLY Pep Club 2 3 Y Teens 2 3 Business
Club 3 Jazz Club 3
LOPER NANCY Y Teens I 2 3 Twurlzng I 2 3 Chorus
I Jazz Club 3 College Club 2
MACHINSKI ANNE Monitor I 23 Lab Assnstant
Natuonal Honor Socrety 3
MAHONEY PATRICIA Bowling 3
MALLERY FAITH Monitor I 23 Y Teens 3
MALLORY JACQUELINE Y Teens I 2 3 Red Cross 2
Chorus I Star 2 Pep Club 23 Business Club 3 Bowl
Ing I 3 Senate I
MANSON LARRY Senatel Football I
MARCHINI DIANE Bowlmg 2
MARSHALL JAMES Band I 2 3
MARTIN KATHRYN Chorus I
MARTIN ROBERT Football I2 Basketball I
MATHIAS JOHN Monntor I Red Cross I 23 Senate
I2 Star 23 Natronal Honor Socuety 23
MAXUMCZYK CHRISTINE Bowling 2
MAY RUSSELL Baseball I 23 Basketball 23 Foot
MCALLISTER PAUL Baseball
MCCOY KATHLEEN Pep Club 23 Bowlmg 23
Y Teens 2 3 Drama Club 3 Chorus 3
MCGINLEY MICHAEL Football 3
MEADE JAMES Monitor I2 Basketball I2 Track
I 2 3 College Club 2
MEEKER PAUL Choir 2 3 Cross Country 3
MEISSEL HELENE Academe 2 3
MERCER THOMAS Football I
MIHALAK RICHARD Band 2 Football 3
MILLER JAMES Baseball I 23 Basketball I 23 Foot
MILLER RAYMOND Basketball I2 Tenn1s3 Track 3
MINICH JANET Chorus I 2
MINOR SUSAN Twlrlmg I Pep Club 3 YTeens
I 2 3 Academe 2 3
MITCHELL JOYCE Pep Club 2 Chour I
MIZIKOWSKI ANNETTE Drama Club 23 Bowlmg
2 3 Pep Club 2 Y Teens 3
MOORE JAMES Wrestlmg I23 Football I 2 Cross
MOORE SANDRA YTeens I 23 Pep Club I 23
Bowlmg I 2 3
MOORE VERA Chorus2
MORSCHHAUSER JOHN Cross Country 23 Track
2 3 Red Cross I 2 College Club 2 3
MORTON JAMES Red Cross I 2
MOUNT OTLEY Choir I23 Y Teens I 23 Bowlmg
3 Pep Club 3 Drama Club 2 3 Buslness Club 3
MURPHY TIMOTHY College Club 23 National
Honor Socnety 2 3 Basketball I
MYERS DONALD Football 23 Basketball I 2
NARDUCCI PATRICIA YTeens I 23 Bowlmg 23
College Club 2 3 Drama Club 3 Star 2 Pep Club I 2
Natnonal Honor Socuety 3
NASON JACK Senate I 2 3 Golf 2 Tennls 3
NATHAN ROSALIE Orchestra 2 3 Y Teens 3
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NELSON CAROLE Y Teens I 23 Pep Club I 2 3
Bowllng I 2 3 Monutor 23 College Club 3 Red
NELSON CHRISTINE YTeens I23 National Honor
Soctety 23 Orchestra I 23 Drama Club 23 College
NEUCAMP JERRY College Club 3 Basketball I
NIELSEN DAVID Natnonal Honor Soclety 23 Bas
ketball I 2 3 Cross Country 2
NOTARIONE SANDY M nltor I3 YTeens I 2 3
Business Club 3 Senate I 23 Pep Club I 2 3 Cheer
leadlng I Jazz Club 3
O DANA GALE Y Teens 3 Pep Club 3
OSBORN DIANE Monitor I23 YTeens I3 Jazz
OSBORNE MADGE YTeens I23 Red Cross 23
Bowlung 3 Pep Club 23 Drama Club 23 Monitor I
College Club 2
OTT CALVIN Chonr 3 Chorus 23 Football I 23
Wrestling 3 Track I 2 3
OTTOSON PAUL Band I 2 3 Water Polo 2 3 Wres
tllng I 2 3 Safe Teen Club 2 3
OWENS LINDA Chorus I23 Monitor I 2 Y Teens
PALMER CHARLES Cross Country 3
PARIS CAROLYN Y Teens I Bowling 2 Red Cross I
PARIS MARILYN Y Teens I Monntor I 2 3
PEDANO PHILLIP Football I 2
PHELPS KAREN Y Teens I 2 3 Red Cross 2 Pep Club
2 3 Chorus I
PHELPS ROBERT Chorus 2 Cholr 3 Track 2
PIERCE KAREN Monltor I YTeens 23 Bowlxng 2
Pep Club I 2 College Club 2 3 Star 2 Drama Club 3
PINKNEY ROSE Chorus 3
POLLOCK CAROL Y Teens 2 3 College Club 3 Mon
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PORA ANNETTE Y Teens 3 College Club 3 Monntor
3 Pep Club 3
PRAWDZIK DAVID Football I 2 3 Wrestlxng 2
PRESCOTT EDWARD Red Cross Bowlung
PURCELL RICHARD Lab Assustant 3
PRYBINSKI SHIRLEY Momtor3
PUTT ROBERT Red Cross I Wrestllng I 2
RADOV PATRICIA Y Teens 2 3 College Club 2 Bus:
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RAGER BONNIE Y Teens 2 3 Monntor 3 Red Cross 2
REDDECLIFF RICHARD Footballl
REESE CAROL Monltor I Chorus I YTeens 23
Business Club 3 Pep Club 3 College Clu I
RETTGER JUDITH YTeens I23 Monutor 3
RICHARDSON WENDY Monttor I 2 YTeens I 23
College Club 2 Pep Club 2
RITTELMANN DANIEL Red Cross 2
ROBERTS BEVERLY Y Teens 2 3 Bowlrng 3 Busnness
Club 3 Safe Teen Club 3
ROOT GARY Track I 2
ROSE DENNIS Cross Country 2 Academe 3 Col
lege Club 2 3 Senate 3
ROSS BARBARA Y Teens 2 3 Momtor 3 Chorus 2
ROSTHAUSER JUDITH Y Teens 2
RUF NANCY YTeens I23 Buslness Club 3
RUPP JEANNE Chorus I Chonr 23 Pep Club 23
College Club 23 YTeens I 23 Drama Club 2 Safe
Teen Club 3
RUTKOWSKI BERNARDINE Monxtor 23 YTeens
I 2 3 Star I 23 Red Cross I Library Monutor 2 Pep
Club 2 3 Buslness Club 3 Cheerleadmg I
SABOL MAUREEN Pep Club 2 3
Y Teens I 2 3 Star 2 3
SALZELLO ANDREA Y Teens I Monstor 2 Red
SAMANKA JOSEPH Track I Red Cross 3
SCHAUERMAN BEVERLY Chorus I 3 Y Teens I 23
SCHICK MARY JANE Chorus 2 3
SCHRECENGOST YVONNE Senate I 2 Y Teens
I 2 3 Orchestra I 2 3 Pep Club 3 Natlonal Honor So
SCHUSTER MALVIN Band I Red Cross I23 Col
lege Club 2 Senate 2 Color Guard 2 3
SCOTT RICHARD Wrestlung I 2 3
SENOWITZ JEROME AVA 23 Photography
Track I Cross Country 2 3
SEYBOLDT JANE Y Teens I 23 Cheerleadung I e
Club I 2 3 College Club 2 3 Monntor 3 Senate I
SHARKEY PATRICIA Momtor I Y Teens 3 Chorus 3
SHAW MARY YTeens I23 Pep Club 2 Chorus
I 2 3
SHERMAN BONNIE Chorus I Star 3 Business Club
YTeens I23 Pep Club 23 Red Cross
SHIELDS JOHN Wrestlmg 23 Cross Country 3
Track 3 Cholr 3 Star 23 Drama Club 3
SHINGLE GARY Cross Country I2 Red Cross 3
SHOUSE NITA Pep Club 23 Monitor 3 Business
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Senior Actlvltles Index
SHUBERT JOHN Red Cross 3
SILK GERALD Wrestlnng I 2 Safe Teen Club 3
SIMMONS THOMAS Wrestlmg I 2 3
SMART ALBERT Football I23 Track I23 Wres
SMITH BARBARA YTeens 23 Busrness Club 3
Twlrllng I 2 3
SMITH CAROL ANN Y Teens I 2 3 College Club 2
Pep Club 2 3 Bowlmg 3 Momtor 3
SMITH MARILYN Red Cross I Momtor 3
SMITH STEPHEN Band I 2 3 Orchestra I 2 3
SMITH VIRGINIA Chovr 3 Chorus 2 YTeen
Drama Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3
SNODER GAYLE Y Teens I 2 Pep Club 2 3 College
Club 3 National Honor Society 3 Busrness Club 3 Mon
:tor 3 Bowlnng 3
SNYDER KAREN Senate I Momtor 23 Y Teens
I23 Business Club 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 Pep
Club 3 Academe 2 3
SODER HILMA Y Teens 3 Drama Club 3 Pep Club
3 Volley Ball 2
SPATH BONNIE Momtor I YTeens I3 Red Cross
2 Busnness Club 3
SPITERI .IUDITH Drama Club 3 Jazz Club 3 Red
Cross I 2 3 Y Teens 2 3 Business Club 3
Co lege Club 23 Pep Club 2 Star 23
STANKIEWICZ IRENE Chorus I Y Teens I 23 Mon
:tor 2 3 Red Cross 2 Senate 2 3 Busnness Club 3
STEELE ROBERT Chour 3 Football I Waterpolo 23
STEEHLER ANNE Drama Club 2 College Club 23
Pep Club 2 3 Y Teens 2 3
STEINER DONNA Y Teens I 2 3
STEVENSON BARBARA YTeens I23 Momtor 2
Pep Club 23 College Club 3 Drama Club 2
STRIKE JUDY YTeens I23 Pep Club 2 Twlrlmg
23 Busrness Club 3 College Club 3 Jazz Club 3
STRONG LESTER Sentate I23 Tennus I23 B
ketball I2 Cross Country 2 Natlonal Honor Society
SULLIVAN MAUREEN Y Teens I 3 Pep Club 3 Mon
SUSTAK MARGARET Y Teens I Pep Club 3 Bowling
SUPYK MARIE Momtor 2 3 Y Teens I
SWONGER GRACE Red Cross I 3 Cholr I 23 Sen
SWANSON WILLIAM K Football I
SWANSON WILLIAM M
SWIFT JOHN Football 23 Track 23 Red Cross 2
Cholr 2 3
SZIRISKI ALEX Chorr 2 3 Chorus 2 3
SZKODA PATRICIA Cheerleading I23 Senate 3
Red Cross 2 Momtor 2 3 Business Club 2 3 Pep Club
2 3 Y Teens I 2 3
TACCONE EVELYN Momtor I YTeens 23 e
Club 2 3
TACCONE ROCCO Band I 2
TANENBAUM ROY Debate 23 Senate I23 Col
lege Club 2 Red Cross I 2 National Honor Society 3
TANNER ELAINE Orchestra I YTeens I23 o
lege Club 3
TANNER FAY Bowling 2 Momtor 3 Y Teens 3
TAYLOR SUSAN Twnrlmg I 2 3 Y Teens I 23 Na
tional Honor Society 3 Star 3 Business Club 3 Mon
TEEL CHARLENE Momtor I 2 3
Tl-IRUSH DALE Lab Assnstant 3 Track I23 Cross
Country I 2
TRACY KEN Lab Assistant 3
TROST GEORGE Swlmmlng I 2 Waterpolo I 2 Sen
ate 2 3 College Club 2
TWILLIE BARBARA Y Teens 2 Chorus 3
TYCZKOWSKI MARIE Pep Club 23 Business Club
3 Momtor I 2 3
I2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Bowling 3
VASIL NANCY Orchestra I23 Momtor 23 Na
tronal Honor Soclety 2 3 Pep Club 2 College Club 2
VAUGHN MICHAEL Momtor I 2 Wrestllng I 2 3
Cross Country 2
VILAGI CAROLYN Y Teens 3
VENDETTI RICHARD Wrestling I 23
VOLK JANET Chorus I23 YTeens 23 Bowllng
I 2 3
VOUGHT SUSAN Momtor I Y Teens I23 College
Club I 2 Red Cross 3 Business Club 3 Pep Club 2
WADSWORTH DAVID Male Chorus I 3 Choir 2 3
Wrestling I 2
WAGNER MARGARET Drama Club 2 Y Teens I 2 3
Jazz Club 3 Momtor 3 Basketball 3
WALLERSTEIN LYNN Y Teens 2 3 Red Cross 2 Na
tnonal Honor Society 3 Star 2 3 College Club 2 3
WANTZ NANCY Y Teens I 2 3 Momtor 2 Pep Club
2 Safe Teen Club 3
WASSINK MAXINE Momtor 23 Twnrlvng I 2 3
Y Teens 3 College Club 2
WEAVER VICTOR Football I 23 Wrestling I 23
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Senior Activities Index
WEBB, LONDA - Olflce Monitor I,2,3, Y-Teens I,2,3,
Orchestra I,2,3, Choir l,2,3, Pep Club 2.
WEISS, ELAINE - Star 2,35 Y-Teens I,2,3, Red Cross
I,2,3, Bowling I, College Club 2,3.
WELTON, LINDA - Pep Club 2, Y-Teens 3.
WELTON, ROBERT - Senate I, Football I, Basket-
ball I, Track 3.
WERNER, NANCY - Cheerleading I, Bowling I,
Y-Teens l,2,3g Star 2,3, College Club 2.
WHITEHEAD, MARY ANN - Y-Teens I,2,3, Pep Club 2,
WHITFORD, SUE - Y-Teens 2,3, Senate 3, Pep Club
2, Twirling I.
WHREN, EMMALINE - Chorus 3, Business Club 3.
WICKERSHAM SHIRLEY - Senate 2- Y-Teens 2 3-
Bowling 2 Monitor I Drama Club 2
WIERCINSKI MARY LOU Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club 2
WILD JOHN Golf 23 National Honor Society 3
College Club 3 Senate 3 Lab Assistant 3
WILER LINNA Y Teens 2 3 Chorus I Pep Club 3
WILLISON LINDA YTeens I23 Drama Club 2
Pep Club 2 Business Club 3
WINDSOR MARY Red Cross 2 Pep Club 2 3
Y Teens 3
WINGENROTI-I SUSAN YTeens I23 Drama Club
3 Pep Club 3
WISNIEWSKI RICHARD Cross Country I 2 Golf
I 2 3 Basketball I
WOLFF JUDITH Chorus I Choir 23 Pep Club 2
Monitor 2 Safe Teen Club 3
WOOD BETTY Monitor 2 3 Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club
2 3 Orchestra I 2
WURST, ROGER - Track l,2,3, Cross Country 3, Col-
lege Club 3, Lab Assistant 3.
YARTZ, CHARLES W. - Senate I,2, Red Cross 2,3-
Swimming I,2,3, Water Polo I,2,3, A.V.A. 2.
YOCHIM, THOMAS L. - Football I.
ZIEGLER, WILLIAM - Football I,2,3, Basketball I, Base-
b I 23.
ZIMMERLY JANET Monster 2 Y Teens 23 Twirllng
I 2 3 Business Club 3 Safe Drivers Club 3 Jazz Club
ZIMMERLY JUDITH Chorus 2 3 Y Teens 2 3 Pep Club
2 3 Business Club 3
ZIPPER JOANNE National Honor Society 2 3 Y Teen
I 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Senate I
ZUERN MARILYN Y Teens I 2 3 Pep Club 2 Drama
ZUKOWSKI THADDEUS Monitor I 2
ZWICK NANCIE Red Cross 23 Drama Club 23
College Club 3 Chorus I Y Teens 2 3
ZYDONIK ROBERT Football I 2 Baseball I 2
ZYSK CAROL Twirllng I Cheerleading I 2 Chorus
I Y Teens I 2 Safe Teen Club 3
ACADEME IOO IOI
Audio Visual Aids
Custodial and Cafeteria Staff
Faculty 6 9
Girls Sports 39 41
Junior Varsity Sports 28 29
National Honor Society
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