Adams Township High School - Mirage Yearbook (St Michael, PA)
- Class of 1956
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" ' m nV. m ' ' ' y 0- ( v.. I THE LONG, LONG TRAIL This is the theme of our yearbook, the MIRAGE: Mrs. Dorothy L. Stineman is our scout, the Administration and Faculty are the heads and drivers of the wagon train. The secretaries have kept records of miles covered in our years at Adams High. The wagons consist of the classes. At a rest on the trail the campers tell tall tales which, strangely enough, turn out to be the activities in the school. The end of the trail comes when the Seniors Graduate, arriving at the town of " Future. " As we, the Seniors, depart from the wagon train, we leave behind us our SENIOR FAREWELL, i y BOARD of EDUCATION SEATED, Left to Right: Richard Davis, James White, Louis Lentine, William Haney, Joseph Stapleton, Robert Smith, Sr. STANDING: Albert Reese, John Tibbens, Hershel Wilson. Paul Bimle, Ferdinand Werfel. Boyd Miller. This year, due to the combined efforts of the Joint Board of Education, Adams-Summerhill Joint High School has been well governed. Meeting the first Tuesday of each month, the school board discussed our gratitude to the Board of Education. The Class of ' 56 DOROTHY L. STINEMAN Mrs. Stineman is our guidance counselor. She attended Ohio Wesleyan University and the University of Pittsburgh. She has a Bachelor of Science degree. Mrs. Stineman is a great aid in helping the seniors decide their future. She also aids the under- classmen in any guidance problems that they may have. ADMINISTRATION ALBERT L. O ' CONNOR, JR. Mi. O ' Connor is the high school principal. His hobby is working with statistics, and this he puts to use by serv- ing as Secretary " Treasurer of the West- ern Pennsylvania Football Conference. He attended St. Francis College and the University of Pittsburgh. He earned a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fducation degree. DAVID L. SMITH Mr. Smith serves in the capacity of Supervising Principal of the newly organized Adams- Summerhill Joint School System. He is also Secretary of the Cambria County Educational Associ- ation. In his spare time, Mr. Smith enjoys working with wood. He attended Lock Haven and the University of Pitts- burgh. FLORENCE WISSINGER Secretary to Mr. O ' Connor TWILA PATTERSON Secretary to Mr. Smith GRACE WEINZIERL Secretary to Mr. Smith L. CLAUDE AMPS Instrumental Music Gettysburg College, B. S. Pennsylvania State, M. of S. Hobbies-Fishing, Hunting, Boating, MARY DRASS Librarian Temple University, Master ' s Hobby -Stamp Collecting PHILIP J. BALDACCHINO Algebra 1 and D Trigonometry Physics Solid Geometry St. Francis, B.S. Hobby- Hunting CARL FALLIER Industrial Arts California State Teachers College, B. Hobbies- Hunting Fishing h J- ' MILAN BUCHAN Physical Education Health Assistant Football Coach Head Basketball Coach University of Miami, B. E. Hobby -Sports JAMES GALLAGHER English History University of Pittsburgh, A. B. Junior Class Advisor Junior Play Director Hobbies -Hunting Fishing ' d 4i SARA MARIE HONADLE HARRY GUISE P. O. D. Junior English Freshman Class Advisor Indiana State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby -Music MICHAEL KRAJNAK English Journalism Consumer Education University of Pittsburgh University of Oregon, B.A. Hobby-Gem Cutting Latin World History Seton Hill College, B.A. Senior Play Director Christmas Play Hobby-Knitting FRANK KOZAR Biology Assistant Football Coach Track Coach Trainer Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby -Sports ELLAS KUDRICK History Drivers ' Education Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S Senior Class Advisor Hobbies- Hunting Fishing MARION KRING Vocal Music Chorus Director Juniata College B. S. in Music Hobby -Music ' !«f " ' ' ; r % 1 ' 9ik ' % " m ,k - MICHAEL MATSKO Social Studies Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby -Sports GEORGE MESORAS Math Science St. Francis College B. S. in Chemistry Hobby-Gardening J BETTY JANE ONDREJACK English m and IV French I and n Indiana State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby- Dancing BERNICE MOCK Shorthand Typing Office Practice Indiana State Teachers College. B. Hobby -Reading SAM PLUMMER Geography General Science Chemistry Varsity Club Advisor Athletic Director Football Coach Lock Haven, Bachelor ' s Penn State, Master ' s Hobby -Hunting CARITA PANCHISIN Home Economics State Teachers College Plattsburgh, N. Y. B. S. Degree Sophomore Class Advisor Hobbies- Traveling Reading N ANDREW REBOCHAK Junior Business Training Exploratory sJv Typing ■ " Business English Tri-State College, B. S. . . - In Business Administration " • Hobbies- Leathercraft ij i Boy Scouting m ,: FERN PAUL Home Economics Juniata College, B. S. Oberlin Graduate School Hobbies- Sewing Crafts Reading MARY BETZ School Nurse Mercy Hospital Johnstown Hobby- Sewing RUTH ROBINE Bookkeeping Typing Office Practice Exploratory Slippery Rock College B. S. in Education Hobby -Golf jb|P ,- ib. i: . ALLEGRA REIGHARD Physical Education Health First Aid Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby- Sports DR. ALBERT A. NOVAK School Doctor CUSTODIANS Mr. George Ambroe, Sr. Mr. Charles Peretin BUS DRIVERS W. Myers SENIORS LEONARD E. AMBROE Commercial Band 1, " ,3,4; Band Quartermaster 1.2,3.4; Chorus 3.4; Dance Clubl; District Chorus 3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; May DayPersonnell,2, 3; Mirage Staff 2,3,4; Play Cast 4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Swing Band 4; Track 1,2.3,4. JANICE BRAY Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; County Band 3; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2,3, Play Personnel 4; Spring Concert 188.8.131.52; Swing Band 3. i MARY ELLEN BETZ ' O r . Academic , ' j }r 111 v Band 1,2,3,4; Band Officer 3.4; Class- Officer 1,3; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Maid of Honor 4; May Court 1,2.3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2 , 3,4; Student Council President 4. CHARLES " PETE " BLANCHETTI General Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Dance Club 1; Football 3, 4; Gym Exhibition 1; Mirage Staff 4; Stage Crew 3,4; Track 1.2.3,4; VarsityClub 2,3,4. I ' ■ yi 1 DONALD BETZ Academic Agriculture Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1; Stage Crew 3.4. DENNE W. BROWN General Agriculture Club 1; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Escort 3.4; Stage Crew 3,4; Track 2,3,4. v i» li LEE CHESNUTWOOD General Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Spring Concert 1,2,3, 4; Swing Band 3,4. DE LORES CALDWELL Academic lorus 1; Dance Club 1; May Court 3, 4; Mirage Staff 4; Play Per- nnel 4. NANCY R. COSTLOW Commercial and 2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Major- tte 1,2,3,4; May Court 1,2,3,4; lay Queen 4; N.H.S. 4; Play Cast ; Spring Concert 2,3, 4. FRANK CALDWELL General Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1. RODNEY GENE CUSTER Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; Band Officer 4; Class Officer 2; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex- hibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Day Personnel 2; Play Cast 3. JANE E. CHRIST Academic Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,3,4; Play Personnel 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3,4; Swing Band 3,4. . ■ ' ■ MICHAEL DIPKO Commercial Dance Club 1; Football 2,3, 4; Gym Exhibition 1, tx. (A- ' - ' H KJLIA JANE FAHER , Comoiercial ' ly ' Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4; Dance ' Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Per- sonnel 1,?; Play Personnel 4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. DONNA L. DOBBINS Commercial Chorus 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; May Day Personnel 1,2; Spring Concert 1,2,3.4. PETER A. DUFFY General Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fish- ing 1; Stage Crew 4. l ROBERT L. DIPKO Academic Band 1,2, 3, 4; Band Officer 4; Chorus 4; Dance Club 1; Mirage Staff 4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Stage Crew Z; ' Student Director 4; Chorus Offi- e5 4 jCounty Chorus 4. si -Coi " Z r J • f GERALD FOX Academic Band 1,2,3,4; County Band 3; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Swing Band 2 , 3 . 4 it- ANN MARIE GLOVANY Commercial Ihorus 1,2; Dance Club 1; Librarian ,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Spring Concert 1, ROSE LETA GRAMLING Home Economic Band 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Dance ;;iub l;Gym Exhibition 1; Librarian !,3,4; May Day Personnel 1,2,3; spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Tumbling lub 1. SHIRLEY ANN GOLDEN Academic Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1; Librarian 3,4; May Day Personnel 1, 2; Mirage Staff 4; N.H.S. 3.4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3, 4; Usherette 3. RONALD G. GRAMLING General Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1. CHARLES GMEINER Commercial Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fish- ing 1; Track 1,2, 3, 4, WILLIAM GREGORICH Commercial Baseball 3; Dance Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Escort 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4. i HELEN HANEY Academic Band 1; Chorus 4; Class Officer 4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Court 4; May Day Personnel 1; Mirage Staff 4; Play Cast 4; Spring Concert 4; Tumbling Club l;Ush- erette 3; Student Council Member 1. FRANK GUSTKEY General Agriculture Club 1; Band 1; Dance Club 1; Football 2,3,4; Gym Exhi- bition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; Rifle Club 1; Spring Concert 1. .X,. I y- ' y ry - JOHN HARRINGTON Commercial Band 1, 2, 3, 4; County Band 3; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Swing Band 1,2,3,4. PATSY HAND Commercial Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2 3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibitio 1; May Court, alternate 4; May Da Personnel 1,2,3,4; Mirage Staffs Play Personnel 3,4; Spring Concei 1,2,3,4; Tumbling Club 1; Studen Council Member 3. LE ROY L. HARRISON General Chorus 1. THOMAS HANEY General Chorus 2; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhi- bition 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1; May Day Personnel 1; Spring Concert 2. ito- JANET HUFF Commercial Band 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Per- sonnel 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3,4; TumblingClub 1; Usherette 3. ■| ANNA M. MIGHT Commercial amsonian 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; nee Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; ly Day Personnel 1,2,3; Mirage iff 2,3,4; Usherette 3. BARBARA FA YE KEIPER Academic tdamsonian 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Class )fficer 1,2,3,4; County Band 4; )ance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; lay Court 2,3; May Court Alternate ,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Spring Concert ,2,3,4; Student Council Officer :; Play Student Director 3, 4; rumbling Club 1. CONNIE L HRIBAR Commercial Chorus 2; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhi- bition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2,3; M ' ' rage Staff 4; Play Personnel 3. CAROL KENTES Commercial Chorus 1,2,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 2, 3,4; Play Personnel 4; Spring Con- cert 1,2,4; TumblingClub 1; Usher- ette 3. DONALD JENNINGS General Basketball 3, 4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1. i I GARY KINLEY Commercial Chorus 2, 3; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1. Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2; Mirage 4; Spring Concert 2,3; Tumbling Club 1; Usherette 3,4. MARJORIE LYNN LATSHAW Academic Adamsonian 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 3; N. H.S. 4; Play Personnel 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Student Council Officer 4; Swing Band 1,2, 3,4. ROGER LAYTON General Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; Stage Crew DOROTHY JEAN KRISE Academic Adamsonion 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1; District Chorus 3; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Person- nel 2,4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Usherette 3; Tumbling Club 1; Chorus Officer 4. r- ils DONNA JOY MAC WILLIAMS Academic Mirage Editor 4; Band 2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Majorette 2,3,4; May Court 3,4; Mirage Staff 3,4; N. H. S. 3.4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring Concert 2,3, 4. V JAMES ANTHONY LISKA Academic and 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2; ounty Band 3,4; Dance Club 1; ym Exhibition 1; May Court Al- :rnate 3; May Escort 4; Mir e taff 4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring ert 1, 2, 3, 4; Swing nd istrict Band 2 RONALD MATLIN Academic land 1,2,3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; iunting and Fishing 1; Spring Con- :ert 1, 2, 3, 4; Swing Band 3, 4. NANCY LOUDER Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 3,4; Play Cast 3; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. RONALD MC KAY Academic Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Escort 1,2,3,4; Mirage Staff 4; Stage Crew 3, 4; Student Council Officer 4; Track 3,4. NANCY MATICIC Commercial Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Librarian 1,2,3; May Day Personnel 1; Play Cast 3; Play Personnel 4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3,4; Tumbling Club 1, THOMAS MULVIHILL Academic Football 2, 3; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Day Personnels; N.H.S. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3,4. MICHAEL MIHALICK General Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fish- ing 1. JACK PAHEL General Chorus 1; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex- hibition 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1; May Day Personnel 3; Mirage Staff 1; Photo Club 1; Track 2, 3. " BUTCH " OSHABEN General Chorus 2; Football 2, 3, 4, BARBARA CAROLE MILLER Acedemic Chorus 1,2,4; Dance Club 1; May Day Personnel 1,2, 3, 4; Mirage Staff 4; Pep Club 3,4; Spring Concen 1, 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. PATRICIA PATTERSON Commercial Chorus 1,2,4; Dance Club 1; May Court 4; May Day Personnel 1,2,3; Mirage Staff 4; Spring Concert 1,2, 4; Usherette 3; May Day Alternate 2,3. f m - |y ll ' HAROLD PENROfT ?r Cpl mercfai A Bji d.i,3,4; Chorus 1; Dance Club . n; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and F ishing Club 1, - ' i W " ROBERT H. PATTERSON General lorus 2; Dance Club 1; Football 3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting id Fishing Club 1; May Day Per- nnel 3; Stage Crew 3,4; Varsity ;ub3,4. VIOUV JANE PERCOSKY Academic horus 1,3; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex- Ibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2, ,4; Mirage Staff 4; Play Personnel ,4; Spring Concert 1,3; Tumbling lub 1; Usherette 3,4. i. LIZ PEDA Academic and Commercial Adamsonian 3; Chorus 1,2,4; Dance Club l;Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,3,4; Mirage Staff 4; Play Personnel 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2,4; Tumbling Club 1; Adamson- ian 3. FRANK J. PERETIN Academic Adamsonian 4; Agriculture Club 1; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Class President 2,3,4; Gym Ex- hibition 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1; May Escort 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Stage Crew 3; Varsity Club 3,4. ■ 51 WALTER PHILLIPS General Agriculture 1; Chorus 4; Dance Club l;Gym Exhibition 1; Spring Concert 3. MAURICE S. RHINE Academic Agriculture Club 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1. ' NILA ELAINE REIGHA-RD Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; District Chorus 3; Gym Exhibition 1; Spring Concert 1.2,3,4; Tumbling Club 1. ESTHER M. ROSE Academic Chorus 1,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 2,3,4; Mirage Staff 4; Play Person- nel 3; Spring Concert 1,3,4; Ush- erette 4. l DARLA DAWN REYNOLDS Academic Chorus 1 . 2 , 3 , 4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 2,3; Mirage Staff 4; Play Cast 4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Usherette 3. PHIUP R. ROSE General Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3; Gym Ex- hibition 1; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. ROBERT RIPPER Commercial Adamsonian 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Football 1,2,3.4; Gym Exhibition 1; May Escort 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. ' FRANK SEDEI General Baseball 3,4; Hunting and Fishing 1; N.H.S. 3,4; Stage Crew 3; Varsity Club 4. CARL R. ROSENBERGER Academic Mirage Staff 4; Play Cast 4. IRENE SHAW Commercial Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Person- nel 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Play Cast Personnel 3, 4; Tumbling Club 1. BARBARA JOANN RUSNAK Commercial Chorus 2; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex- hibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2; Tumbling Club 1. oJl AJui -r AiK3i ' A ' i- ujit MARTIN SIGG Academic Dance Club 1; Football 3; Gym Ex- hibition 1; May Day Escort 4; Mir- age Business Manager 4; Mirage Staff 2,3,4; Play Cast 4. BARBARA SELEPAK Academic Adamsonian2; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3,4; Tumbling Club 1. f 1 1 X ' SHIRLEY I. SMAY Commercial Chorus 1,2,4; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2,3; Mirage Staff 4; Play Cast 4; Spring Concert 1,2,4; Tumbling Club 1. ,V- 0 A a M ' 6 ' ! RICHARD SOLAR Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Chorus 2, 3; Dance Club 1; Football 4; Football Manager 2,3,4; Gym Ex- hibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Day Personnel 2; Track Mana- ger 2.3,4; Varsity Club 4. PHIUP SMITH General Dance Club 1; Football 2,3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; May Day Personnel 3,4; Play Cast 3. KENNETH SMITH General Chonis 2,3; Dance Club 1; Football 4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; Spring Concert 3; Varsity Club 4, JOHN SUSKO Academic Agriculture Club 1; Gum Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; N.H.S. 4; Student Council Member 2. ROBERT SMITH Academic Baseball 4; Dance Club 1; Football 3,4; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1; Mirage Staff 2,3,4; Play Cast at Varsity Club 4. ' ■ I ■; ' ;■ . ' I c ) RONALD THOMAS General Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Hshing Club 1. PAUL SUSKO General ym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fish- AUDREY TULLY Commercial :honis 1,2,4; Dance Club 1; Editor lirage 4; May Court 2,3,4; May )ay Personnel 1; Mirage Business -lanager 3; Mirage Staff 2,3,4; N. l.S. 3,4; Play Cast 3,4; Spring ;oncert 1,2,4; Chorus Officer 2. V ANTHONY TROVATO Commercial Baseball 2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fishing 1. CAROL TAYLOR Commercial Choms2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 2; Spring Concert 2,3, 4; Tumbling Club 1; Usherette 4. MARY VEROTSKY Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Dance Club l;Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2,4; N. H.S. 4; Play Personnel 3,4; Spring Concert 1,2, 3,4; Student Council Member 1,4. .1 • u REON WADSWORTH Academic Gym Exhibition 1; Play Cast 3,4. Commercial Choru 4; Dance Club 1; May Day Personnel 1, 3; Mirage Staff 4; Spring Concert 4. WILLIAM WATSON Commercial Band 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Spring Concert 2,3,4; Varsity Club 1. DENISE WEAVER Commercial Band 1,2,3, 4; Chorus2; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Per- sonnel 1, 2, 3; Play Personnel 3; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Usherette 4. CAROLYN WALSH Academic Band 1,2,3,4; Band Officer 4; Chorus 2,4; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; Head Majorette 4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; May Court 3 1,4; May Court, alternate 2; May Day Pefsonnel 1; ' N. H.S. 4; Spring Concert 1,2,3,4; Student GAIL WEYANDT Commercial Chorus 2,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex-j hibition 1; May Day Personnel 3;j Usherette 3. ALICE WIRFEL Commercial chorus 2,4; Dance Club 1; Librarian ,3,4; May Day Personnel 1; Mirage ;taff 4; Spring Concert 2,4. DONNA L. WOOLLASTON General :horus 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym xhibition 1; Librarian 2,3,4; May )ay Personnel 1, 2, 3, 4; Mirage taff 2,3,4; Play Personnel 4; Spring ;oncert 1,2,3,4. y, . yi I ' k GEORGE WONDERS Commercial Gym Exhibition 1; Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1. SHIRLEY ELAINE WONDERS Academic Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; County Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Club 1; Gym Exhibition 1; May Day Personnel 1, 2,3,4; Play Personnel 3; Spring Con- cert 1,2,3,4; Usherette 4; State Band 3. A FREDA WOLFORD Commercial Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Dance Club l;Gym Exhibition 1,2; May Day Personnel 1,2; Tumbling Club 1; Usherette 3. BETTY ZALUSKI Commercial Chorus 2; Dance Club 1; Gym Ex- hibition 1; May Day Personnel 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4; Spring Concert 2. Sl l ' JOAN ZOMBECK Commercial Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Club 1; May Court 4; May Day Personnell,2, 3, Play Personnel 4; Usherette 3. . ' ' - ' im nv V Jii jpi lisT " ] „ CLASS OFFICERS. Left to Right: President. Carol Stineman; Vice-President. Robert Roberts; Treasurer, Ray Sloan; Sec- retary. Lois Hershburger. CLASS Following the Seniors in our wagon train are the Juniors. This year they had a nice Share in sponsoring activities. First, they held a Halloween Party for the Freshmen. This was followed by a Skating Party at Skateland and a successful play titled " Here Comes the Brides. " Last but not least, they held the Prom for the Seniors. These past activities have helped to prepare the Juniors for their position as leaders of the wagons. We wish them luck, and may their journey be rewarded as greatly as ours has been. SOPHOMORE I I ' ll I CLASS OFFICERS, Left to Right: Secretary, Donna Thomas-. Vice-President, Carolyn Wargo; Treasurer, Barbara Owens; President, Carolyn Verotsky. DLASS % ' liMs The third wagon in our train carries the Sophomore Class. Being the Seniors ' sister class, they were guests at the Valentine Party held in their honor. The Sophomores sponsored a few skating parties and, as all Sophomores, had many biology sessions with Mr. Kozar. Upon entering your Junior year, the Senior Class wishes to extend all success to you in maintaining the Alma Mater. FRESHMAX ROW ONE, Left to Right: R. Costlow, G. Shappak, J. Ondesko. J. Kauffman, T. Kick, H. Harrington, D. Bodenschetz, E. Blow, N. Huber. J. Walls, R. Lohr. ROW TWO: E. Huber, S. Kentes, S. Barto, B. Cruck- shank, J. Lidika, M. Yesenovesky, P. Sepp, F. Barto, J. Evanchick. ROW THREE: J. Berkbile. J. Ondesko, J. Frye, S. McClelland, J. Reighard, J. Kovach, F. White, J. McCall, L. White. CLASS This wagon is the last on the long, long trail of success. The Freshmen are in- experienced; but as they progress through their school years, they become capable of heading the wagon train. They have a skating party in order to raise money for their Senior trip, and the Juniors treat them to a Halloween party. The upper classmen and faculty wish you success in your coming school years at Adams High. 0 W r r STUDENT COUNCIL ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mr. Baldacchino, Advisor; B. Selepak, C. Walsh, M. Betz, M. Latshaw, R. Mc- Kay, B. Keiper, R. Ratchford. ROW TWO: J. Solar, C. Verotsky, C. Stineman, J. Hand, M. Gross, J. Evanchick, D. Reynolds, M. Verotsky. ROW THREE: J. Headrick, R. Clenient, A. Hynds, F. Sedai, R. Custer, R. Martyak, R. Garanich. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council meets every Monday morning during activity period. They discuss matters of interest to the students. They make the decisions by which our student activities are governed. They are in charge of elections that take place within our school during the school year. They are also in charge of the concession stand which is open during the football games. LEFT TO mCHT: President, M. Betz; Treasurer. B. Keiper; Corresponding Secretary, M. Latshaw; Vice-President, R. McKay; Recording Secretary, C. Walsh. XATIOXAL HOXOR SOCIETY ROW ONE. Left to Right: B. Zaluski, A. Glovany, M. Vorotsky, C. Kring, C. Walsh, A. Tully, S. Strayer, J. Navatsyk. ROW TWO: C. Miller, M. Betz, N. Costlow, S. Golden, M. Kovach, C. Stineman, D. Mac Williams, B. Keiper. ROW THREE: T. Mulvihill, J. Fyfe. F. Peretin, J. Susko, F. Sedei, M. Latshaw, C. Kodis, R. Thomas. SEATED: T. Mulvihill. President; A. Tully, Second Vice-President; S. Golden. Secretary. STANDING: F. Sedei, Treasurer; F. Peretin, First Vice-President; Miss Honadle. Advisor. The National Honor Society is a group of Juniors and Seniors selected on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Twenty per cent of each class is selected from those ranking in the upper third of the class. Members of the Adams-Sum- merhill Chapter are selected by Teacher - Pupil voting and scholarship rank. This Chap- ter is mainly honorary and has no set system of activities. This year members of the Chap- ter conducted opening exercises during Christmas Season. MIRAGE STAFF ROW ONE, Left to Right: E. Rose, L. Lehman, D. WoUastion, C. Hribar, D. Reynolds, C. Stinebisor, S. Ream, E. Rogers, R. Ratchford. ROW TWO: Miss B.J. Ondrejack, Advisor; A. Tully, J. Werfel. A. Wirfel, Pat Patterson, C. Miller, D. MacWilliams, E. Peda, J. Pahel. ROW THREE: C. Fessler, D. Caldwell, S. Golden, P. Hand. R. Dipko, H. Penrod, A. Hight, H. Haney, J. Hartshorn. ROW FOUR: J. Betz, R. McKay, C. Blanchetti, L. Ambroe, M. Sigg, J. Liska, V. Percosky, M. Krestar. The Mirage Staff was quite busy this year planning skating parties, dances, and selling " hot dogs " during lunch hours. The result of all this activity was our goal-the creation of the mirage. A. Hight An Editor A. Tully Editor Miss Ondrejack Advisor D. MacWilliams Assistant Editor L. Ambroe Sports Editor J. Pahel Photography Editor M. Sigg Business Manager ADAMSOXIAN STAFF ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mr. Krajnak, Advisor, S. Strayer.J. Winder, M. Haman, S. Croyle, L. Burichin, E. MiUer. ROW TWO: V. Caldwell, A. Dusak, C. Stineman, J. Evanchick, J. Hodge. ROW THREE: A. Hight, E. Ripper, F. Peretin, R. Hocevar, A. Hynds, M. Gross. The school newspaper. THE ADAM- SONIAN, printed five times a year, is publish- ed by the Journalism Class. A four-page tabloid, it contains general news, editorials, features, and sports news of the school. The newspaper is entirely self-support- ing, deriving funds from the candy machine, lunch concession, subscriptions, and other outside activities. THE ADAMSONIAN is a constant winner of honor ratings given by the various schol- astic press associations, including the Penn- sylvania School Press Association and the National Scholastic Press Association. This years editors were Sally Strayer, First semester, and Carol Stineman. Second semester. M. Gross Page 4 Editor Mr. Krajnak Advisor V. Caldwell Exchange Editor C. Stineman Page 1 Editor A. Hight Page 3 Editor S. Strayer Editor F. Peretin Business Manager J. Evanchik Page 2 Editor LIBRARIANS SEATED. Left to Right: A. Glovany, R. Bowden, D. Woollasion, J. DeFrank, M. Haman, W, Reighard, E. Paulson, P. Mihallick. B. Courts. STANDING: R, Witherow, M. Bartko, E. Miller, M. Faher, C. Verotsky, R. Gramling, A. Wirfel, S. Golden, L. Reighard, D. " Dobbins, D. Sepp, Mrs. Drass. The pupils of Adams Hi consider themselves a very fortunate group to be able to take advantage of the countless books that are read solely for pleasure and entertainment. The library does possess cheerful surroundings attractive furnishings, neatly arranged flowers shelf after shelf of " food for thought. " It is a room most conducive to study. Then, too, we are very proud of our librarian, Mrs. Drass, who is always willing to lend a helping hand to the pupil who is searching for material to fulfill those so frequent reference assignments. MAY COURT ROW ONE, Left to Right: D, Brown, C. Walsh, W. Gregoridi, H. Haney,R. Ripper, J. Zombeck, D. Mac- Williams, M. Sigg. P. Panerson, J. Liska, A. TuUy, F. Peretin. ROW TWO: A. Balser, J. Navatsyk, R. Clement, B. Slanoc, R. Roberts, S. Ream, J. Evanchick, C. Rhoads, C. Stineman, A. Nibert, S. Strayer, H. Carpenter. ROW THREE: R. Smay, P. Blancheni, R. Hocevar, E. Miller, C. Bertolino, M. Bartko, L. Burichin, R. Garanich, M. Faher, P. Bishop, B. Cruickshank, G. Reighard. MAID OF HONOR: M. Betz NIAY QUEEN: N. Costlow ■ May Day is one of the outstanding events of our school year. The Senior Class elects the May Queen, her Maid of Honor, and six representatives in her Court. The Junior Class elects six representatives, the Sophomore Class elects four, and the Freshman Class elects two. Each court member picks a boy from her class for her escort. This year. May Day will be held on May 2, 3. and 4. Miss Costlow hails fromSt. Michael. Nancy is eighteen years of age and one of the most popular girls in our school. She is taking the CommercialCourseand is a majorette. SENIOR PLAY CAST ROW ONE, Left to Right: M. Hritz, J. Huff. S. Smay, B. Selepak. ROW TWO: D. Mac Wimams, A. Tully, S. Golden, M. Betz, H. Haney, D. Reynolds. ROW THREE: B. Keiper, Miss Honadle, Directress; R. Custer, R. Wadsworth, J. Liska, C. Rosenberger, M. Sigg, L. Ambroe. " MEN ARE LIKE STREETCARS " •IF LOOKS WOULD KILL " • ' 0,WWWWWWWW " •FATHER KNOWS BEST ' JUXIOR PLAY CAST ROW ONE, Left to Right: L. Harshberger. C. Miller, S. Stfayer. J. Wonders, D. Kauffman, C. Haney S Eppley. ROW TWO: Mr. GaUagher, M. Kovach, A. Balser. M. Engbert, J. Roxby, C. Kodis. V. Meek. " HERE COMES THE BRIDES- PROMPTERS. MAKE-UP, STAGE-CREW GIRLS ' CHORUS rs f Q o n ROW ONE. Left to Right: J. WaUs. B.Thomas, R. Moyer, A. Trovato, N. Wissinger. V Musilek G. Stefko, B Harr J Kauffman. J. Armold. ROW TWO: S. Barto. J. Solar, M. Purelli. C. Fessler. M. Trotter. M. Yesenosky. K. Fyfe. A. TuUy, D. Kauffman, P. Hendrickson, J. Dibble. ROW THREE: B Crmckshank. W. Reighard J Huff. P. Patterson. A. Wirfel. M. Kornoski. J. Tully. J. Milchak, K. Oshersky, H. Kuskavich. ROW FOUR- N Klock, P. Hand. J. Cuba. S. Golden. J. Cullen. A. Lehman. N. Maticic. L. Hettle, M. Nyta. Secretary N- Costlow President D- Vice-President - I ip o Treasurer D- Costlow Librarian D- Reynolds Librarian R- Gramling MIXED CHORUS ROW ONE. Left to Right: L. Barry, E. Rose. J. Faher. J. Haman. J. Zombeck, C. Taylor, N. Louder, H. Horner, B Selepak S. Smay. ROW TWO: D. Woolaston. M. Verotsky, J. SiBith, C. Walsh, E. Peda, N S! n n kk " " 1 ' ' " ' " ■ ' " ' ■ ' ° ' - °lf°rd. ROW THREE: L. Reighard. J. Bray. N. Costlow, C. P m! °- °° ' ' ' ' f • °- " ' " • " " y- R- Gramling. C. Miller. ROW FOUR: D. Sepp, J. Fyfe, D. Dipko. P. Nairn. L. Ambroe. J. Musilek. D. Costlow. J. Hartshorn, I. Shaw, A Hight KHna n ■ ' ' " u ' " " ' ' ° " ' ' ' ' ' ° ' ' ° ' " ' ' ' " " " " " " «- ' directed by Miss Marion Kring. During a school term, the girl ' s chorus participates in the following activities: Christmas Program, Thanksgiving Program, Spring Concert. Western Central District, and State Chorus. X.- ] . ' ' ™ ' ' ° ' " ' ' ° " ' ' ' ' ' ° ° " ' ' ' ° ' grades nine through twelve. It is also directed by Miss Marion Kring. They participate in the same activities as the girls ' chorus. MAJORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Rogers. D. MacWilliams, N. Costlow, J. Blattenberger. C. Mathieson, J. Petruna, D. Bakale, R. Hartshorn, M. Bartko. Head Majorette, Carolyn Walsh. SWING BAND ROW ONE, Left to Right: C. Stinebiser, M. Latshaw, J. Liska, J. Gregg, N. Taylor, J. Harrington, C. Verotsky, N. Reighard, B. Wise, G. Fox. ROW TWO: L. Chestnutwood, J. Bray, R. Matlin, M. Kovach, G. Hoffman, H. Penrod, K. Rosenberger, J. Christ. ROW THREE: Mr. Amps, P. Hendrickson, L. Ambroe, C. Miller, P. Nairn. BAB D ROW ONE, Left to Right: M. Bartko. E. Rogers, D. Bakale, N. Costlow, C. Mathieson, J Petruna J Blattenberger, D. Mac Williams, L. Hartshorn. ROW TWO: Mr. Amps. V. Miller, B. Selepak, C Laymen B. Owens, C. Wargo. R. Nibert, N. Louder,?. Hendrickson, S. Slrayer, S. Ream, R. Ratchford, L. Lehman ' B. Horner, P. Banks. M. Connelly, M. Osargos, L. George, C. Walsh. ROW THREE- B Bourdess d ' Bodenschatz. P. TuUy, B. Keiper, C. Stinebiser. C. Kring, E. DeirUng, V. Sepp. R. Patrick, J Werfel ' G Mc CaU. L. Caldwell. M. Verotsky. J. Faher, R. McCloskey, M. Milchak, L. Werfel, M Haberl ROW FOUR: J. Klemchak,D. Richnausky, J.Johnson, C. Hoffman, P. Sedei, M.Brennen.C Penrod B Wise D Klapak. S. Buchosky, L. Banks. C. Verotsky. S. Kring, B. Respet, N. Reighard. C. Mac Tavish M Betz ' ROW FIVE: C. Berkebile, M. Fuller, E. Rosenberger, M. Johnson, M. Kovach. N. Taylor, L. Williams J Hand. L Betz, C. Miller. J. Betz, D. Weaver. M. Brough, G. Hoffman. J. Bray, S. Houghton. ROW SIX: W. Watson. R. Dipko. G. Kovach. G. Frank, P. Nairn, W. Berkebile. L. Chesmutwood, R Mat- Im. K. Rosenberger. L. Ambroe. M. Latshaw. R. Custer. G. Fox. J. Harrington. I. Shaw. D. Hocevar H. Penrod. ' ' R. Dipko Student Director -Secretary - Ish Vice-President - Betz President R- Custer Treasurer The band meets every morning during first period. They play for our football games and pep rallies. They hold a concert every spring. The swing band and chorus combined hold a party for their members at the end of the school term. The band has represent- atives in the district band, county band, and state band. ' • 1i » ik FOOTBALL TEAM 7, ' i -TV--- i a THE FOOTBALL SQUAD ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mr. Buchan, C. Rhoades, A. Balser, C. Blanchetti, F. Oshaben, C. Gmeiner, A. Murin, R. Slonac, R. Ripper, W. Gregorich, R. Smith, R. Patterson, P. Smith, Mr. Plummer. ROW TWO: Mr. Kozar, J. Mucker, A. Hynds, T. MuMhill, R. Hocevar, R. McKay, E. Porpler, J. Roxby, J. Susko, C. Fern, P. Beam, D. Wolfhope. ROW THREE: G. Amigh, K. Cullen, J. Patterson, D. Dimuzio, R. Miller, J. Headrick, M. Dipko, S. Smay, C. Kotis, P. Bishop, C. BertoUno, E. Richnovsky, C. Purelli, B. Dimuzio. ROW FOUR: R. Solar, F. Plummer, E. Bauer, G. Pahel, J. Silk, L. Gallardy, E. Hoffman, O. Wilkinson, D. Horner, J. Smith, J. Ondesko, R. Rose, R. Clement. ROW FIVE: I. Cameron, J. Burkett, B. Crum, R. Reay, K. Penrod, B. Roush, D. Pahel, G. Christener, R. Granich, R. Single, C. Rose, J. Evanchick. ROW SIX: M. Dusak, J. Chaffer, J. Kackabar, M. Tully, G. Bakale. J. Gregg, R. Rosman, C. Wolfhope, G. Reighard, F. Vernalli. This past season our football team, consisting of about seventy players, played nine games. They won three, lost five, and tied one game. COACHES and MANAGERS COACHES Left to right: Frank Kozar, Michael Matsko, Sam Plummer, Milan Buchan, HEAD MANAGER Richard Solar FOOTBALL MANAGERS Left to right: J. Hobson, R. Martyak, R. Solar, W. DiMuzio, R. Clement. BASEBALL MANAGERS R. Fern, O. Wilkinson BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C. Fern, C. Rhoades, J. Gratis, C. Purelli, C. Blanchetti, R. Roberts, R. McKay, O. Wilkenson. SECOND ROW: Michael Matsko, H. Carpenter, F. Peretin, C. Gmeiner, R. Slonac, R. Ripper, F. Sedei, A. Trovati, Coach Sam Plummer. With spring training beginning, many veterans are returning to aid our nine on the ball diamond and to give plenty of trouble to the other teams. " Let ' s sock it to them. Hornets. " Sports Editor FIRST ROW, Seniors: R. McKay. R. Ripper, P. Peretin, F. Sedei. SECOND ROW: C. Blanchetti. C. Gmeiner. TRACK TEAM KNEELING, Left to Right: R. McKay, J. Headrick, E. Richnavsky, R. Garanich, P. Raiegle, J. Pahel, R. Clement. STANDING: D. Brown, C. Gmeiner, F. Peretin, R. Rosman, T. Mulvehill, C. Blanchetti, A. Balser, E. Porplar, Coach F. Kozar, R. Solar. 9 f Our schedule this year: West Central Coaches Meet April 21 Tri-County April 28 Junior Pitt May 4 Mountain Conference May 11 District Six May 19 State May 26 Also two Triangular meets at beginning of the season. The Sports ' Editors wish to see some more trophies in our case. " Let ' s hit the tape first, men. " Charles " Geezil " Gmeiner BASKETBALL TEAM ROW ONE, Left to Right: C. Rhoades, H. Carpenter, C. Blancheni, R. Solar, R. Clement, J. Canoni, B. Reighard, J. Banks. ROW TWO: C. Fern, C. Gmeiner, R. Fern, D. Jennings, M. Buchan, M. Matsko, R. Slonac, R. Ripper, F. Peretin, R. Sloan. " Pete " ' Geisel ' " Rip " The varsity basketball team promises to be a great success this season. This fact is due to the return of several veterans from past seasons. It isn ' t only the return of the several players, but the great spirit they have, and the excellent guidance the coaches have given them. Therefore, the whole Mirage Staff feels this season will be a great success. Sports Editors J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM ROW ONE. Left to Right: R. Martyak. L. White, R. Garanich, C. Purelli, M. Tully, H. Carpenter, B. Reighard, C. Rhoades, J. Banks, W. DiMuzzio. ROW TWO: Mr. Buchan, J. Cannonie. A. Hynds, C. Fern, R. Hocevar, R. Sloan, R. Smay, W. Berkbile. Mr. Matsko. ' Pickle ' •Jen ' ••Pink " Our J.V. Team promises to be very good this year judging by their record. They deserve a lot of credit and need a lot of student support to help them gain the title they seek. VARSITY CLUB ROW ONE, Left to Right: E. Richhausky, J. Mucker, R. McKay, C. Rhoades, R. Solar, M. Dipko, R. Patter- son, E. Porplar. J. Gratis, J. Headrick. ROW TWO: A. Balser, C. Blanchetti, H. Carpenter, R. Smith, W. Gregorich, R. Rosman. F. Oshaben, T. Mulvehill, P. Smith. ROW THREE: -R. Fern, C. Fern, F. Peretin, C. Gmeiner. R. Ripper, F. Gustky, D. Brown, F. Sedai. ROW FOUR: K. Smith, Mr. Buchan. Mr. Kozar, Mr. Matsko, Mr. Plummer, R. Slonac. The Varsity Club consists of boys who worked hard to earn the letters that made them members of this organization. The Varsity Club treasurey is used to provide funds for the sweaters bought for the Senior lettermen. STANDING: F. Peretin, President; R. Mc- Kay, Vice-President. KNEELING: R. Ripper, Secretary. CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW: P. Beam, E. Miller, J. Evanchick. SECOND ROW: J. Winder, B. Lucas. THIRD ROW: P. Hand, F. Wolford, C. Stineman. The cheerleaders, under the supervision of Miss Allegra Reighard have cheered faithfully In all games, leading the student body in various cheers. A J. V. squad has been added to the regular squad to cheer the junior vanity on to victory in the future. Pat Hand Freda Wolford SENIOR FAREWELL We, the Senior Class of 1955, will our long, long trail of high school memories to all the underclassmen. Somedays werehappy; some were sad. The friendships we gained wiU last forever. We tried to do our best in our school work and other activities, and we hope that we have succeeded in every way. May aU your future days be as happy at Adams - Summerhill as ours were. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Many thanks to the administration and faculty for their wiUing co-operation which enabled he Mirage Staff to publish the yearbook. The 1956 Mirage was made possible by the excellent photography of Joseph E. Cover Studios, the fine work of the Inter-Collegiate Press, and the generous contributions of our advertisers and subscribers. The Mirage Staff GENERAL SERVICE STATION W. 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