Adams Summerhill High School - Mirage Yearbook (Sidman, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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J T . TV r r ' " " T UP ME y0 UC4%t-J ACZ BwfBM - ■ i " h i i nn - a 9HB: HHHHHH1 5 PIP Mb v V Stbm HM p fl ■ mW 4L J % T -- " » jfLL Wf ttr sirl ' Irfl |J| ■Hi ui " BLAST OFF TO THE FUTURE " " Blast off to the future " is the theme of our year- book. The MIRAGE consists of class pictures, pages of activities, sport pictures, and odd shots. The fac- ulty and administration will be piloting our adventure through space. As we will take off for " destination un- known " , we will find the graduates of ' 57 heading the crew in flying saucers. Their underclassmen will be trailing along in rocket ships. The Seniors will remain in " outer space " , while the others must get back " to earth ' ' . ' , ACTIVITIES 37 SPORTS 52-53 ADMINISTRATION LEFT TO RIGHT: John Tibbens, William Haney, Richard Davis, Joseph Stapleton. James White, Albert Reese, Hershel Wilson, Ferdinand Werfel, Boyd Miller, Louis Lentine. Mr. Paul Bimile was not present when this picture was taken. BOARD of EDUCATION Our high school has been well governed, thanks to the combined efforts of the Joint Board of Education. These members, meeting the first Monday of each month, devote much of their time to the betterment of our school for which we are verv grateful. The Class of ' 57 ADMINISTRATION ALBERT L. O - CONNER, JR. Mr. O ' Conner is our high school principal. He also is the Secretary- Treasurer of District VI of the West- ern Pennsylvania Football Confer- ence, Mountain Conference, and Tri County Baseball League. He receiv- ed his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh. rf - DAVID L. SMITH Mr. Smith is the Supervising Prin- cipal of our Adams-Summerhill Joint High School System. He re- ceived his Bachelor of Science de- gree from Lock Haven State Teachers College and earned his Master ' s at the University of Pittsburgh where he is now studying for his Doctor ' s degree. I FLORENCE WISSINGER Secretary to Mr. O ' Conner TWILA PATTERSON Secretary to Mr. Smith AUDREY TULLY Secretary to Mr. Smith 5 » L. CLAUDE AMPS Instrumental Music Gettysburg College, B. S. Pennsylvania State. M.S. Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Boating. PHILIP J, BALDACCHINO Physics Math St. Francis. B. S. Student Council Advisor Hobbv: Hunting MILAN BUCHAN Physical Education Health University of Miami. B. S. Assistant Football Coach Head Basketball Coach Hobby: Sports MARY (FOUST) DRASS Librarian Temple University. M.A. Penn State University, B. A. Hobby: Stamp Collecting JAMES GALLAGHER English History University of Pittsburgh, B. A. Junior Play Director Faculty Manager Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing HARRY A. GUISE P.O.D. Economics Indiana State Teachers College, B. S Hobbv: Music SARA MARIE HONADLE Latin World Historv Attendance Recorder Seton Hill College, B. A. Senior Plav Directress N.H.S. advisor Hobbv: Knitting FRANK KOZAR General Science Bioloay Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. Hobby: Sports MICHAEL KRAYNAK English Journalism University of Pittsburgh, B.A, Advisor to Adamsonian Hobby: Gem Cutting MARIAN KRING Vocal Music Juniata College. B. S. in Music Chorus Music Hobby. Music ELLAS KUDRICK Drivers Education American History Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing MICHAEL MATSKO Social Studies Economics Lock Haven State Teachers College, B. S. J. V. Basketball Coach; Baseball Coach; Faculty Manager Hobby: Sports 4k V GEORGE MESORAS Mathematics St. Francis Collet, B.A. Senior Class Advisor Hobby: Gardening BERNICE MOCK Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice Indiana State Teacher, B. S. School Banker Hobby: Reading DOLORES PANCHISIN m ■ ■Mh English, French, Spanish Indiana State Teachers College Mirage Staff Advisor Hobbies: Swimmina, Golfing tJ U ?C FERN PAUL Homemaking Juniata College, B. S. Oberlin Graduate School Hobbies: Sewing, crafts, reading. SAM PLUMMER Science, Geography Chemistr ' Lock Haven, B. S. Penn State, M. S. Football Coach, Varsity Club Advisor Athletic Director Hobby: hunting ANDREW REBOCHAK M , ' J Business English, Typing General Business, Exploratory, Business Arithmetic Tri-State College, B. S. Junior Class Advisor ALLEGRA REIGHARD Physical Education Health Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. Cheerleader Advisor Hobhy: Sports JOHN ROMANCHOCK Industrial Arts California State Teachers College Freshmen Advisor HobMes: Hunting,- Fishing f w VRr.J t I i V ? KATHLEEN RONAN Homemaking State Teache rs College, B.S. Sophomore Advisor Hobbies: Reading, Garden- ins. DOROTHY STINEMAN Guidance Counselor Ohio Wesleyan University B.A. University of Pittsburgh M.A. Hobby: Knitting MARY BETZ School Nurse Homemaking Mercy Hospital, R. N. DR. ALBERT A. NOVAK School Doctor BUS DRIVERS AND CUSTODIANS MR. M. GABANY MR. W. MYERS 10 MR. J. MC CALL MR. C. HAND MR. W. NAGY ¥ CONSTANCE AMIGH " Connie " Commercial Chorus 1.2.4; Mirage 4; Usher- ette; May Day Participant 1,2, 3. GRACE BACKRICH " Gracie " Commercial Adamsonian 4; Librarian 4; Mirage 3.4; N. H. S. 4; Play Cast 4; Usherette 2,3; Student Council 3; May Dav Partici- pant 1,2,3, CHARLES BAILEY " Chuck " General May Day Participant 3. V i ALEX J. BALSER " 8 Ball- Commercial Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2,3.4; Varsity Club 2,3,4, President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; Play Cast 3; May Dav Escort 2. 3. CHARLES JAMES BANKS " Sharky " General Basketball 2,3,4. V. LOUISE BANKS " Lou " Academic Band 1,2; Usherette 3,4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. 12 PAUL BEAM " Paul " . General Football 1, 2. 3, 4; May Day Participant 3. 31 c Jl JEAN BETZ " Beany " Academic Band 1,2,3.4; Mirage 2.3.4; rnoto. iniormation tait ' N.H.S. 3.4; Play Cast 4; or 4; Day Participant 1,2. i HELEN JEAN BLATTENBERGER " Jean " Home Economic Librarian 1; Majorette 1 ,2.3 rtsj 4; May Day Participant. KENNETH BLOUGH " Ken- General Student Council 1. i DAVID BODENCHATZ " Dave " General May Day Participant 3. ] LEONARD BOWDEN " Ine " Academic i 13 JOSEPH BROWN " Joe " Commercial IRA G. CAMERON " Rocky " Academic Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3. 4; May Day Participant. JAMES J. CANNONIE " Bear " General Baseball 1,2; Basketballl ,2, 3, 4; Football 1,2; May Day Par- ticipant 3. HARRY M. CARPENTER " Carp " General Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1.2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; May Dav Escort 3. STEVE J. CHULICK " Unga " General REYNOLD CLEMENT " Ren " Commercial Basketball, Football and Track Manager 1, 2, 3. 4; Mirage 3; Mirage Sports Editor 4; Student Council 3,4; May Day Escort 3. ■ 14 DAVID DI MUZIO " Dageo " Academic Baseball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1. 2; Track 1,2; Football 1,2,3. 4; Varsity Club 4. V THOMAS H. DUNMIRE " Dunnie " General HELEN DUPNOCK " Yucca " Commercial Ushererte 3,4; Chorus 4; May Day Participant 1. MELVIN J. ENGBERT " Pook " Commercial N.H.S. 3,4; Play Cast.3,4; May Day Participant 3. ■ SHIRLEY EPPLEY " Shirl " Commercial Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mirage 4; Play Cast 3; May Day Participant 1, 2,3. DOROTHY EVACKO " Dorr Academic May Day Participant 1. r 15 JOHANNA M. EVANCHICK " Sis " Commercial Adamsonian2.3,4: Band 1,2,3, 4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3.4; Student Council 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Chorus 2; May Day Participant 1; May Court 3. CHARLES FERN " Chuck " Ge neral Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1 , 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Sec- retary 4; May Day Participant 3. GERALD FRANK " Jerry " Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Stage Crew 3,4. JOHNNA RAE FYFE " Johnnie " Academic Chorus2,3,4, President 4; Mir- age 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Student Council 4; Usherette 3; May Day Participant 1.2. Ui JOHN GRATIS " Nat- General Baseball 1.2.3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4. JAMES GREGG " Jim " Academic Band 1,2,3,4; Quartermaster 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 4; Swing Band 2,3,4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3. 16 V - ' " MARY LOUISE GROSS " Mare " Academic Adamsonian 2,3,4; Mirage 4; J. V. Cheerleader 3.4; Play Cast 4; Student Council 2.3; Usher- ette 3; May Day Participant 1, 2.3. LILLIAN ANN GUSTKEY " Lil " Commercial Band 1.2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Ush- erette 3, 4; May Day Participant 1.2,3. s CATHERINE HANEY " Toone " Commercial Mirace 4; Play Cast 3,4; May Day Participant. LOIS JEAN HARSHBERGER " Lo " Commercial Band 1,2.4; Class Officer. Sec- retary 1, 2, 3, 4; Mirage 3,4; Editor 4; Student Council 4; N.H.S. 3,4, President 4; Play Cast 3,4; Adamsonian 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. i JAMES A. HARTSHORN " Jim " General Chorus 1,2,3,4; County Chorus 3; Mirase 3,4; May Day Parti- cipant 2, 3. f?mmk f JAMES HEADRICK " Hez " General Baseball 3,4; Football 1.2,3,4; Mirace 4; Play Cast 4; Student Council 1, 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4. 17 y -n 1 V C: PHYLUS E. HENDRICKSON " Flip- Home Economic Band 1,2.3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; County Chorus 2,3; Swing Band 2,3.4; District Chorus 4; May Day Participant. GALEN W. HOFFMAN " Bar " General Band 1.2,3.4; Swing Band 3,4; May Day Participant. tf SHIRLEY RUTH HOUGHTON " Lee " Home Economic Band 1,2,3,4; Usherette 4; May Day Participant 1,2.3,4. I CHARLES HUBER " Charlie " Commercial DELORES ]. KAUFFMAN " Coffee " Commercial Play Cast 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. RUTH J. KEHN " Babe " Academic May Day Participant 1,2.3. 18 I VT ' TffTI WILLIAM KELLER " Bill- Commercial SONJA LEA KICK " Zoonya " General Usherette 4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3. r- ) DOROTHY J. KLAPAK " Toodley " Commercial Band 1,2.3,4; Play Cast 4; May Day Participant 1. JUDY KLIMCHOCK " Judy " Commercial Band 1,2,3,4; May Day Parti- cipant 1,2.3. NANCY KLOCK " Nancy " Commercial Mirace 4; Usherette 3,4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. CHARLES JOHN KODIS " Charlie " Academic Football 2; Class Officer, Presi- dent 4; Student Council 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Adamsonian 1,2; Student Director 3; Play Cast 4. 19 MARY ANN KOVACH " Kovey " Academic Student Council 2,4, President 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Band 1,2,3.4, President 4; Swing Band 3,4. Student Director, Play 3, 4; May Day Participant 1,3. JAMES F. LADIKA " Dit " Commerc ial Student Council 3. ! ZT ) UNDA LAYMAN " Linda " Academic Mirage 3.4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Ush- erette 3,4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3. AUDREY MAE LEHMAN " Aud " Commercial Chorus 1.2,3,4; Usherette 3, 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. GARY L. LESTER " Gary " Academic Football 1,2,3.4; Varsity Club 4; Stage Crew 1,2,3; May Day Participant 3. DORIS JEAN LOHR " D.J. " Commercial Chorus 2; May Day Participant 1,2.3. 20 |! V 7 MICHAEL MARIAN " Mike " Commercial Adamsonian 3; Home Room Off- icer 1; May Day Participant 2. THOMAS MARTIN " Spike " Academic Football 1,2,3, RICHARD M. MARTYAK " Rich " Commercial Football 1,2; Football Manager 1,3,4; May Day Participant 1. CAROL ANN MATHIESON " Carol " Commercial N.H.S. 4; Mirage 3.4; Major- ette 3,4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. JOSEPH MC CALL " Spider Roach " Commercial Football 4; Baseball 3. VAUGHN MECK " Vaughn " Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,2; Play Cast 3; May Day Partici- pant 3. 21 1- m i 7 r i PATRICIA ANN MEHALICK " Patsy " Commercial Librarian 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; May Day Participant 1,2. THERESA MEHALLICK " Threse " Commercial Librarian 1,2; Chorus 1,2,4, President 4; Usherette 3, 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. CALVIN MILLER " Red " General CAROLYN MILLER " Carolyn " Academic Student Council 1; Mirage Art Editor 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Swing Band 1,2,3; Play Cast 3,4; May Day Participant 1, 2. JAMES MILLER " Nutsy " General Varsity Club 2; Manager 2; May Day Participant 3. VIOLET MILLER " Puggy " General Band 1, 2, 3; Play Cast 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. 22 J L ARTHUR MOORE ' •Art- Academic Adamsonian 1,2; N.H.S. 3.4; May Day Participant 3. ALBERT J. MURIN " Al " Commercial Football 1.2,3; May Day Parti- cipant 2. 3. JAMES MICHAEL MUSILEK " Knuckles- General Chorus 2,3,4. EILEEN MYERS " Eileen " Commercial Mirace 4: Chorus 1,2.3,4; May Day Participant 1,2. JEAN NAVATSYK " Jean " Commercial Student Council 1; Mirage 4; N.H.S. 3,4. Secretary 4; May Court 1,2,3. ALEX NIBERT " Al " Academic N.H.S. 4; Play Cast 4; May Day Escort 2,3. 23 s ALLEN OSHERSKY " Turk- General WAYNE PAHEL " Tink " Commercial Football 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4. EMMA PARISI " Em " Commercial Student Council 2; Mirage 4; Cheerleader 1.2,3; May Day Participant 1,2. EVELYN PAULSON " Pinkie " Commercial Librarian 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; Spring Concert 1,2,4; Usherette 3; Play Personnel 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. MARTIN PCOLA " Martin " Commercial Homeroom Officer, Secretary 3. I V JOAN MARIE PETRUNA " Joanie " Commercial Mirage 3,4; Majorette 3; Head Majorette 4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3; Usherette 2,3. 24 ROBERT PODREBARAC " Robert " Commercial EDWARD PORPLER " Pope " G eneral Football 1,2.3.4; Varsity Club 2.3.4; Track 2,3.4. 1 ROSEMARIE PROBERT " Rosie " General May Day Participant 2.3. GLORIA PUCHKO " Gloria " Commercial Chorus 1,2.3,4; Usherette 4; May Day Participant 1,2,3. SALLY REAM " Chippy " Commercial Student Council 2; Mirage 2,3. 4, Assistant Business Manager 2; Librarian 2; Chorus 1; Band 2,3, 4; May Day Participant 1,2; May Court 3. SANDRA REAY " Sandy " Commercial i » t Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Usherette 4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2. 25 rib BYRON E. REIGHARD " Chub " Academic Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3, 4; Football 1,4; May Dav Escort 1.2,3. LOIS REIGHARD " Lois " Commercial Usherette 4; May Day Partici- pant 1.2,3. CHARLES RHOADS " Chuck " Academic Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3; Football 1.2,3,4; May Day Es- cort 1,2,3. MARY JANE RICE " Mary " Commercial Chorus 1,2,4; May Day Partici- pant 1,2. k EDWARD RICHNAVSKY " Edge " Commercial Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 3; Varsity Club 3,4. « r- " " ROBERT L. ROBERTS " Tex " Commercial ClassOfficer, Vice-President 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3, 4; Mav Day Escort 3. I 26 KENNETH L. ROSENBERGER " Rosie " General Bandl.2,3,4; Swing Band 3,4; Track 3,4; May Day Partici- pant 3. s JAMES ROXBY " Jim " Academic N.H.S. 3,4, Treasurer 4; Foot- ball, 3, 4; Play Cast 3,4. ALICE SABO " Al " General Usherette 3; Chorus 3,4. V RONALD SCHRIFT " Ronnie " Commercial Football 4; May Day Participant BARBARA SLANOC " Butsy " Commercial Mirage 4; Chorus 1,2; May Court 2, 3; May Day Participant 1. RAYMOND SLOAN " Ray " Commercial Class Officer, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Mirage 3,4, Business Manager 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2; Varsity Club 4; Stage Crew 2,3; May Day Par- ticipant 3. 27 JOANNE SMITH " Smirty " Commercial Chorus 1,2,3,4; Usherette 3.4; May Day Participant 1,2. CAROLYN STINEMAN " Carol " Academic Class President 1,2,3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; MayCourt 2,3; Adamsonian 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; N.H.S. , First President 4. SARA CATHERINE STRAYER " Sally " Academic N.H.S. 3,4, Second Vice-Pres- ident 4; Adamsonian 2, 3, 4, Page Editor 2, Editor 3. Student Advisor 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3; District Band 4; Mav Court 2,3. . f - t N. - i Si MICHAEL SWELFER " Cubby " General NANCY TAYLOR " Nance " Academic Student Council 4; N.H.S. 4; Mirage Staff 4; County Band 1, 2,3; District Band 3; Swing Band 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Student Director 4; Band Librarian 1,2, 3,4; May Day Participant 1 .2 , 3. MARILYN THOMAS " Nanie " Commercial J 28 NANCY THOMAS " Nanie " Commercial BASIL TROVATO " Basil " Commercial ! BARBARA VARNER " Barb " Commercial Usherette; May Day Participant 1,2,3. £s. OSWALD WILKINSON " Ozz " Academic Mirage Staff, Photography Editor 4; Football 2,3. Manager 1,2, 3.4; Play Cast 4; May Day Par- ticipant 3. LESLIE WILLIAMS " Sleepy " Commercial County Band 3; Band 1.2,3,4. DAVID WOLFHOPE " Wolf- Football 1,2,3,4; May Day Es cort 2 . 29 WILLIAM EUGENE WOLFORD " Bill- General Football 1,2; Play Cast 4; May Day Participant 3. JACQUELINE WONDERS " Jackie " General Play Cast 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Usherette 1,2; May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3, ■ MELVIN YANIK " Mel- Academic May Day Participant NANCY ZUBAL " Nan " Commercial May Day Participant 1.2,3. « 1 Jm . A 1 I ■ ' • 30 HIGHER JUNIORS ROW ONE, Left to Right: E. Miller, R Hartshorn, M. A. Orsargos, M. Faher, J. Winder, C. Penrod, K. Oshersky, G. Manges, B. Owens, C. Wargo, L. George, C. Layman. ROW TWO: E. Hudak, R. McCloskey, W. Reighard, S. Kinley, J. Werfel, J. Tully, J. Milchak, C. MacTavish, J. Johnson, W. DiMuzio, C. Verotsky. ROW THREE: J. Hodge, M. Haman, C. Glovany, C. Fessler, A. Dusack, M. Nyda, M Wonyetye, R. Lentine, M. Nyda, M. Fuller, C. Hoffman, J. DeFrank. ROW FOUR: D. Harr, K. Haney. R. Patrick, D. Gillman, L Miller, J. Ocilka, L. Muchinsky, P. Ressler, J. Hand. C. Konorosky, R. Miller. ROW FIVE: P. Naugle, J. Mucker, P. Nairn, I. Gramling, R Hocevar, S. Hynds, A. Dusack, F. Leventry, D. Houghton, R Garanich. €T% JJ5 £) ill J ! i ROW ONE, Left to Right B. Courts, M. J. Haberl, N Wissinger, R Bowden, L. Caldwell, J. Burkey, J. Solar, M. Schrift, M. Bailey, E. Rodgers, M. Bartko. ROW TWO B. Wise, V. Caldwell, S. Buchosky, M. Blough, R. Turgeon, B. Varner, D. Thomas, V. Sepp, L. Smay, P. Beam, D. Bakale. ROW THREE: H. Smith, C. Rose, E. Swansboro, R. Burkey, J. Chulick, J. Burkett, S. Rohlinger, M. Barelick, J. Betz, E. Bauer. ROW FOUR: P. Bishop, W. Berkebile, E. Ripper, G. Bara, B. Slanoc, G. Bakale, N. Blough, R Rosrnan, J. Ringler. 32 SOPHOMORES ROW ONE, Left to Right: C.Logan, J. Walls, B. Thomas, B. Horner, M. J. Connelly, J. Nalepa, V. Musilek, P. Banks, A. Trovato, M. Blanchetti, J. Armold. ROW TWO: J. Kauffman, M. Yasenovsky, M. A. Korenoski, S. Kring, L. Werfel, M. Kuskovich, C. Chronister, D. Richnavsky, C. Mihalick, R. Lohr. ROW THREE: R M. Nibert, J. Musilek, C. Duffy, B. Respet, P. Tully, D. Horner, J. Hudak. M. L. Brennan, M. Johnson, B. Ressler, M. Milchak. ROW FOUR: A. Packer, J. A. Ladika, J. Ondesko, G. Reighard, D. Hocevar. C. Berkebile, G. McCalL A. Meek, P. Sedei, E. Huber. ROW FIVE: E. Hoffman, R. Kelly, G. Jennings, C. Myers, R Ohler, R Korinchak, T. Lienhardt, J. Kovach, C. Purelli. p jg o Qt J$ £? f? n ROW ONE, Left to Right: R Costlow, J. Roush, G. Stefko, E.Blough, J. A Penteck, B. Harr, R Gustkey, P. Polantz. S. Barto, F. Taylor, G. Shappek, R Bourdess. ROW TWO P. Fern, G. Chappell, H. Harrington, J. Evanchick, D. Bodenshatz, R Witherow, B. Birckbichler, B. Cruickshank, M. A. Trotter, K. Fyfe, J. Dibble. ROW THREE: J. Hobson, A Silk, A. Gaunt, M. Zatek, N. Everhart, J. Patterson, G. Pahel, L. Hettle, T. Cornman, F. Plummer, E. Pentrak, D. Bimle. ROW FOUR G. Amigh, G. Dusack, R Reay, E. Rosenberger, M. Haney, D. Seese, F. Richards, D. Hentz, B. Yoder, R Crum, J. Cullen. ROW FIVE: K. Cullen, K. Penrod, R Single, E. Antolich, M. Petruna, P. Werfel, C. Wolfhope, R Zubal, L. White, J. Reighard, G. Reighard, L. Gallardy. 33 FRESHMEN ROW ONE, Left to Right D. Gross, J. Dunmire, R Betz, J. Hribar, J. Gearhart, J. Dusack, B. Croyle, C. Costlow, J. Figard, P. Hobson. ROW TWO: A. DiMuzio, D. Shappek, J. Docherry, N. Hubert, L. Haman, C. Huff, V. Kielman, K. Fuller, P. Hoffman. ROW THREE: L. Bulvin, F. Hribar, M. Burichin. D. Johnson, V. Horner, J. Dupnock, K. Chestnur wood, H. Chulick. ROW FOUR- L. Anderson, R. Debias, R. Garanich, D. Dremely, D. Allison, E. Dierling, L. Christ, J. Sepp, B. Burnat. ROW FIVE: J. Roush, J. Hight, R Bulvin, W. Skladowski, W. Doverspike, R Garanich, J. Diebold, G. Ellenberger. ROW ONE, Left to Right: M. Hettle, K. Moore, T. Tully, J. Thomas, J. Thomas, J. Tresnicky, N. Smith, S. Varner, P. Wilkinson. ROW TWO S. Weaver, R A. Yeager, M. J. Wolfhope, C. Hritz, C. Verotsky, T. Kick, D. Louder, D. Taylor, L. Wargo, J. Korinchak. ROW THREE: N. White, D. Johnson, S. Yanik, V. Yonkoski, M. A. Zubal, G. Keiper, T. Yochimowitz, P. Weaver, K. Hunter. ROW FOUR: G. Naglie, K. Myers, T. Walk, P. Zubal, L. Walsh, U. Kodis, S. Swansboro, B. Wonders, L. Manges, C. Trovato. ROW FIVE: S. Murin, F. Vernalli, M Tully, L. Weyandt, A. Varner, J. Kakabar, E. Smith, L. Varner, W. Kay. 34 FRESHMEN ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Miller, B. Richie, N. McClellan, J. Navatsyk, S. Percosky, H. Pete, E. Naugle, C. Reighard, J. McCloskey, B. Ruffing, ROW TWO. C. Nairn, G. Patrick, S. Rhine, P. Miller, C. Lazor, R Pallas, P. MacTavish, C. Smay, J. Podrebarac. ROW THREE: J. Seese, D. Penrod, P. Oshersky, R. Reese, G. Mader, J. Rice, P. Pavlik, B. Parks, H. Schrift, B. Slonac. ROW FOUR: D. Sablotski, C. Miller, S. Manges, B. Pcola, F. Smiach, J. Mathieson, B. Korch, L. Roberts, P. Patterson. ROW FIVE: L. Meier, A. Peretin, R. Koontz, B. Roberts, M. Miller, D. Makin, R Puto, B. Schrift. Our high school offers many opportunities which meet the needs of almost every pupiL For those who plan to further their education by going to college or prepare themselves for technical occupations, the Academic Course is offered. Students who plan to work in any phase of business or to advance themselves commercially take the Commercial Course. Those who take a combina- tion of both courses are said to be in the General Course. The Home- Economics Course is offered to prospective teachers of home-economics, dieticians, or future house wives. The Adams-Summerhill High School believes that every student should endeavor to make the best of the opportunities offered him and to study his subjects seriously. As an acknowledgement to those students who do good work, an honor roll has been established. In order to be a member of this honor rating a student must have an average grade of 4.1; to be rated as a high honor student, the pupil must have achieved an average of 4. 7. The honor roll is devised every nine weeks, and is published in our school newspaper. 35 ' I 1. , m ACTIVITIES .% n r n r n n o ' •vV o 1 VirV n o : r k .A ° n nnr ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Navatsyk, E. Miller, R A. Yeager, M. Faher, J. Hodge, J. Klimchock, L. A. Burichin, B. Owens, M. Blanchetti, C. Costlow, Mr. P. Baldacchino, Advisor. ROW TWO K. Fyfe, M. A. Trotter, B. Cruickshank, D. Richnavsky, D. Thomas, N. White, C. Mihalick, J. Nalepa, M. Milchak, J. Burkey. ROW THREE: L. Roberts, M Brough, L. Anderson, J. Mathieson, J. Betz, J. Evanchick, L. Meier, D. Dremely, F. Smiach, J. Ondesko, M. Yasenovsky. ROW FOUR: R Roberts, N. Taylor, D. Hocevar, J. R Fyfe, A. Balser, R Garanich, J. Kovach, L. Harshberger, M. A Kovach. C. Stineman. ROW FIVE: E. Rosenberger, C. Kodis, R. Bulvin, E. Ripper, R Hocevar, R. Rosman, G. Bakale, S. Hynds, R Sloan, R Garanich, R Clement, R Marty ak. STUDENT COUNCIL Treasurer J. Evanchick Recording Secretary J. Burkey President M. A. Kovach Sergeant- at- Arms R Hocevar Corresponding Secretary M. Milchak Vice-President R Garanich Advisor Mr. P. Baldacchino The Student Council is composed of one elected representative from each home room, two elected alternates, and delegates at large from each of the three upper classes. They meet during the study period every Thursday morning and make decisions con- cerning our student activities and conduct all elections held within our school. Our Student Council holds membership in both the National and State Associations of Student Council 38 The National Honor Society is an organi- zation of juniors and seniors selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character. The juniors must rank in the upper fifth of their class, while the seniors must be in the upper third. The members of the Adams-Summerhill Chapter are selected by teacher-student voting and scholarship rank. The purpose of the society is to pro- mote the academic standing and character of the pupils in the high school and to give them an enthusiasm for leadership and ser- vice. Secretary J. Navatsyk Treasurer J. Roxby Advisor Miss Honadle Second Vice-President S. Strayer First Vice-President C. Stineman President P. Harshberger NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW ONE, Left to Right C. Wargo, B. Owens, L. Gustkey, fvl. Thomas, C. Mathieson, J. Betz, D. Thomas, S. Strayer, J. Navatsyk, ROW TWO: A. Moore, M. A. Kovach, L. Harshberger, R. Garanich, J. R Fyfe, N. Taylor, C. Stineman, G. Backrich. ROW THREE: M. Engbert, G. Frank, S. Hynds, R. Hocevar. J. Roxby, A. Nibert, C. Kodis. I a r» " P {- f F ROW ONE, Left to Right: P. Hobson, B. Croyle, M. Blanchetti, B. Owens, S. Ream, G. Manges, J. Navatsyk, L. Layman, E. Rodgers, A. Trovato, B. Horner, Miss D. Panchisin, Advisor. ROW TWO: G. Backrich, M. Burichin, M. Faher, W. Reighard, J. Nalepa, E. Hudak, C. Mihalick, K. Fyfe, V. Yonkoski, N. White, J. Solar, J. Winder. ROW THREE: M. Haman, M. A. Trotter, B. Cruickshank, E. Parisi, P. Tully, J. Hartshorn, N. Klock, B. Slanoc, J. Tully, D. Richnavsky, C. MacTavish. ROW FOUR: M. Brough, D. Thomas, J. O ' Cilka, C. Amigh, O. Wilkinson, L. Harshberger, J. Betz, C. Haney, J. Headrick, M. Wonyerye. ROW FIVE: M. L. Gross, N. Taylor, S. Eppley, R. Garanich, J. Hight, G. Bakale, W. Berkebile, R. Clement, J. R Fyfe, C. Miller, E. Myers. MIRAGE Editor L. Harshberger Sports Editor R. Clement Photography Editor O. Wilkinson Assistant Editor R. Garanich Art Editor C. Miller Advertising Sales Manager B. Cruickshank Advisor Miss D. Panchisin Photography Information Editor J. Betz Business Manager R Sloan Activities Editor . E. Hudak Our MIRAGE staff consists of students from grades nine through twelve. This year we have worked very hard to produce the yearbook. There was not time to do all the work in school and Miss Panchisin and several of our members stayed many nights after school to meet the deadlines set by Inter-Collegiate Press. Our MIRAGE is self-supporting and we had projects such as selling hot -dogs and sponsoring skating parties and dances to raise money. 40 The ADAMSONIAN is our school news- paper printed four times a year. It contains general news, editorials, features, and sports news. We are very proud of our paper because the students enjoy reading it, and because it has received many honor ratings given by the various scholastic press associa- tions. The ADAMSONIAN is published by Mr. Krajnak and the Journalism Class. It is self-supporting and this year they are also experimenting with a two page mimeographed paper every two weeks. Business Manager E. Ripper Advisor Mr. M. Krajnak Exchange Editor M. L. Gross Page One Editor V. Caldwell Page Three Editor M. Haman Page Four Editor D. Hentz Editor-in-Chief C. Stineman Student Advisor S. Strayer Page Two Editor J. Hodge ADAMSONIAN ROW ONE, Left to Right: G. Backrich, P. Banks, K Oshersky, J. Burkey, J. Solar, S. Strayer, L. A. Buric- h in, E. Miller, Mr. M. Krajnak, Advisor. ROW TWO: J. Hodge, D. Richnavsky, B. Cruickshank, D. Bakale, J. Evanchick, A Dusack, M. Yasenovsky, V. Caldwell, M. Haman. ROW THREE: M. L. Gross, L. Harsh- berger, J. Kovach, E. Ripper, D. Hentz, G. Dusack, D. Hocevar, C. Stineman. LIBRARIANS SEATED, Left to Right: J. Nalepa, R Bowden, J. Dibble, C. Mihalick, B. Thomas, G. Stefko, P. Blancheni. STANDING: Mrs. Drass, G. Backrich, M. Wonyetye. P. Mihalick, J. DeFrank, E. Paulson, B. Coutts. 42 MAY COURT SEATED: S. Ream, May Queen. STANDING: N. White, E. Rodgers, J. Nalepa, L. Harsh- berger, J. Natvatsyk, Maid of Honor; M. A. Trotter, J. Mathieson, S. Strayer, L. A. Burichin. MAY QUEEN Miss Sally Ream is seventeen years of age and resides in Elton. She is taking the Commercial Course, is a member of the band, Mirage Staff, and is active in church activities. 43 ROW ONE, Left to Right: V. Miller, G. Backiich, D. Klapak, J. Betz, C. Haney, D. Kauffman, J. Wonders, Miss Honadle, Directress. ROW TWO: O. Wilkinson, M. A. Kovach, L. Harshberger, C. Miller, J. Headrick, M. L. Gross. ROW THREE: V. Meek, M. Engbert, A. Nibert, J. Gregg, J. Roxby, C. Kodis, W. Wolford. SENIOR PLAY THE BRAIN STORM 44 a S r if r (% V ROW ONE, Left to Right: C. Wargo. J. Burkey, D. Thomas, J. Werfel, L. A. Burichin, E. Rodgers. ROW TWO: Director Mr. J. Gallagher, J. Johnson, R. Turgeon, W. Berkehile, R. Hocevar, A. Hynds, J. Ringler, J. Ocilka, R. Garanich. JUNIOR PLAY MY LITTLE OSCAR n n o cs o I r A ROW ONE, Left to Right: R. Hartshorn, M. Faher, J. Hodge. J. DeFrank, C. Stinebiser. B. Owens, C. Layman. ROW TWO: C. Hoffman, C. Verotsky, J. Solar, V. Caldwell, P. Beam. C. Penrod, C. MacTavish. ROW THREE: C. Glovany, M. Fuller, D. Bakale. J. Tully, S. Bnchosky, V. Sepp, W. Reighard. 45 BAND - i ( - 4 w ■ f ; ( ROW ONE, Left to Right: L. Rodgers, K. Fyfe, D. Bakale, C. Mathieson, J. Blattenberger, M. A. Trotter, R Hartshorn, M. Bartko. ROW TWO; Mr. Amps, Director; R Bourdess, B. Richie, R McCloskey, B. Owens, C. Wargo, L. Wargo, L. Layman, S. Strayer, M. J. Wolfhope, C. Layman, P. Banks, P. Hendrickson, M. A. Orsargas, R Betz, J. Petruna. ROW THREE: M. Hettle, S. Weaver, M. J. Connelly, L. Caldwell, L. WerfeL B. Wise, C. Penrod, J. Klimchock, M. Milchak, D. Taylor, R A. Yeager, B. Horner, L. Gustkey, S. Ream. ROW FOUR C. Verotsky, D. Bodenshatz, C. Chronister, P. Tully, S. Kring, D. Sablotski, D. Rchnavsky, B. Respet, M. Fuller, C. Hoffman, J. Johnson, S. Houghton, J. WerfeL C. Stinebiser. ROW FIVE: V. Sepp, M. L. Brennan, G. McCall, G. Hoffman, J. Mathieson, M. Kodis, J. Betz, L. Anderson, R Patrick, E. Dierling, D. Klapak, D. Johnson, S. Buchosky. ROW SIX: M. A. Kovach, N. Taylor, F. Smiach, L. Williams, P. Nair, G. Frank, J. Gregg, W. Berkebile, W. Doverspike, J. Kovach, D. Hocevar, J. Hand, L. Meier, D. Dremely. President M. A. Kovach Vice-President c. Verotsky Secretary M. A. Osargas Treasurer R Garanich Student Directress . . . . N. Taylor 46 SWING BAND I ROW ONE, Left to Right: P. Nairn, N. Taylor, J. Gregg, R. Garanich, C. Verotsky, B. Wise, P. Hendrick- son. ROW TWO: Director, Mr. Amps; W. Berkebile, M. Hettle, G. McCall, G. Hoffman, W. Doverspike, L. Williams, K. Rosenberger. LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Rodgers, R Hartshorn, C. Mathieson, J. Blanenberger, K. Fyfe, M. A. Trotter, D. Bakale, M. Bartko, Head Majorette, J. Petruna. 47 GIRLS ' CHORUS ROW ONE, Left to Right: B. Croyle, J. Hribar, C. Smay, P. MacTavish, C. Huff, P. Hendrickson, H. Pete, P. Hobson. Miss M. Kring, Advisor. ROW TWO S. Reay, L. Reighard. P. Patterson, V. Yonkoski. N. White. J. A. Smith, M. J. Rice. ROW THREE: J. Dupnock, C. Haney, M. Zatek. J. R Fyfe. B. Pcola, C. Amigh, C. Miller, C. Nairn. J «l7 ,,- ' TT l ' •nf » ' V « President J. R Fyfe Vice-President C. Amigh Secretary S. Reay Treasurer N. White 48 MIXED CHORUS O on ° m - V «§ ) -T r Vl ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Armold, S. Varner, J. Thomas, N. Wissinger, B. Kolar, J. Korinchak, D. Louder, A. Sabo, J. Roush, N. Smith, P. Wilkinson, Miss M. Kring, Directress. ROW TWO: P. Hendrickson, E. Paulson, R. Probert, J. Wonders, P. Polantz, K. Hunter, D. Costlow, J. Hartshorn, D. Kauffman, H. Dupnock, N. Thomas, B. Harr. ROW THREE: W. Reighard, N. Klock, M. A. Korenoski, C. Duffy, C. Fessler.P. Nairn, J. Musilek, J. Tully, V. Sepp, M. Nyda, V. Horner. ROW FOUR: J. Milchak, G. Puchko, T. Mehallick, E. Myers, L. Hettle, J. Hight, S. Eppley, S. Swansboro, N. Everhart, A. Lehman. CHEERLEADERS .-----, n ( ROW ONE, Left to Right: E. Miller, C„ Stineman, J. Evanchick, J. Winder. ROW TWO: J. Nalepa, W. Reighard. ROW THREE: C, Mihalick, P. Beam. i 50 Johanna Evanchick Carol Stineman Senior Cheerleaders ATHL ETICS VARSITY CLUB C) f ♦w i ■ ROW ONE, Left to Right: I, Cameron, E. Porpler, D. DiMuzio, D. Costlow, E. Richnavsky, J. Headrick, Mr. Sam Plummer, Advisor. ROW TWO: A. Blaser, C. Rhoads, B. Reighard, R. Martyak, J. Patterson, J. Gratis, R Garanich. ROW THREE: R Clement, H. Carpenter, A. Hynds, R Rosman, G. Lester, J. Banks. ROW FOUR: P. Beam, C. Fern, J. McCalL R. Slanoc, G. Bakale, R Hocevar, J. Roxby. 54 Treasurer C. Fern Vice-President J. Headrick President A. Balser COACHES AND FACULTY MANAGERS s. r. O 0 " Frank Kozar Sam Plummer Milan Buchan TRAINER HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH Mike Matsko James Gallagher FACULTY MANAGERS Mike Matsko Mike Matsko Milan Buchan t-rank Kozar 55 FOOTBALL H ' «i» " i i: I ROW ONE, Left to Right: Mr. Plummer, J. Headrick, D. DiMuzio, G. Lester, C. Rhoads, D. Wolfhope, P. Beam, C. Fern, R Rosman, J. Roxby, A. Balser, E. Porpler, B. Reighard, W. Pahel, I. Cameron, Mr. Buchan. ROW TWO: Mr. Kozar, G. Pahel, F. Plummer, C. Rose, P. Ressler, A. Gaunt, R Korinchak, D. Seese, G. Amigh, J. Burkett, P. Bishop, R Myers, J. Richnavsky, D. Horner, J. Ondesko, J. Evanchick, R Miller. THIRD ROW: R Raey, E. Antolich, J. Mucher, G. Reighard, J. Kakabar, F. Vernalli, R. Hocevar, R Slanoc, G. Bakale, A. Hynds, R Smay, E. Ripper, K, Penrod, J. Patterson, R Garanich, R Crum, ROW FOUR: J. Podrebarac, C. Costlow, S. Percosky, C. Hretz, D. Louder, B. Slonac, P. Oshersky, T. Yockimo- vitz, D. Penrod, L. Bulvin, J. Seese, S. Yanik, R Wolfhope, J. Korinchak, A. DiMuzio. ROW FIVE: K. Hunter, B. Korch, J. Sepp, R Koantz, G. Mehallick, W. Kay, R. Roberts, R Bulvin, R. Garanich, R. Richards, A. Peretin, D. Allison, R Puto, G. Keiper. ROW SK: Mr. Gallagher, J. Hobson, R Clement, R Martyak, P. Pavlik, W. DiMuzio, Mr. Matsko. The above picture contains the Var- sity Squad with Mr. Sam Plummer as head coach; the Junior Varsity Squad and its head coach, Mr. Milan Buchan. This fall a Junior High School Team, which is coached by Mr. Frank Kozar, was organized. Student Managers: Bill DiMuzio, Paul Pavlak, Rich Martyak, Ren Clement, Jeff Hobson. 56 i J dex Balser Chuck Rhoads Ed Porpler «, v Whitev Rosman I Dave DiMuzio Jim Headnck tm Paul Beam Garv Lester I Chub Reighard A Ira Cameron Joe McCall Chick Schrift Chuck Fern 57 Jim Roxby Dave Wolfhope BASKETBALL ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Banks, B. Reighard, H. Carpenter, L. White, L. Gallardy, Head Coach, Mr. Buchan. ROW TWO: C. Fern, R Sloan, W. Roberts, A. Varner, R Slanoc, Assistant Coach, Mr. Matsko. 58 ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. V. Coach, Mr. Matsko; M Tully, W. Roberts, A. Varner, J. Reighard, L. Gallardy. ROW TWO: C. Costlow, A. Meek, L. White, R. Crum, J. Ondesko, A. DiMuzio. ROW THREE: D. Louder, L. Manges, W. Doverspike, A. Peretin, L. Bulvin. Jim Banks Ray Sloan Harry Carpenter r iM, Ren Clement Rich Martyak Student Managers Bill DiMuzio 59 TRACK ROW ONE, Left to Right: Student Manager W. DiMuzio, J. Headnck, E. Porpler, G. Amigh, R. Garanich, J. Patterson, I. Cameron. ROW TWO: Student Manager R. Clement, A. Balser, G. Rosman, K. Rosenberger, M. Tully, K. Penrod, Coach F. Kozar. R. Clement ............. W. DiMuzio J. Headnck, R. Rosman, A. Balser Student Managers 60 BASEBALL " " , ' " VS ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Headnck, C. Rhoads, R. Roberts, J. Gratis, B. Reighard, D. DiMuzio. ROW TWO; A. Balser, H. Carpenter, R. Sloan, R. Slanoc, J. McCall, R. Rosrnan. ROW THREE: O. Wilkinson, Coach M. Matsko. I i S ROW ONE, Left to Right; J. Headnck, B. Reighard, R. Roberts, R. Sloan, Coach M„ Matsko. ROW TWO: A. Balser, J. McCall, R. Rosrnan. 61 Student Manager O. Wilkinson SENIOR FAREWELL The time has come for the Class of 1957 to bid our farewell. The memories of our high school days will always remain with us. As we face the future we shall use the knowledge and experience which we have gained in school. We realize that any suc- cess which we may attain will be due to our faculty and administration who have guided us these last four years. As we pass through the doors of Adams-Summerhill High School for the last time in May, we sincerely hope that our future will be bright, and that the remaining school years of the underclassmen will be as happy as ours. MIRAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to the administration and our adviserMiss Dolores Panchisin for their co-operation and aid in making the 1957 Mirage a success. We are also grateful for the splendid photography by the Joseph E. Cover Studios, the excellent publications of the Inter-Collegiate Press and generous contributions of our many friends, advertisers and subscribers. 63 OUR FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. Evan Am ' o.oe Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barber Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barto Mr. and Mrs. Beck Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bellini Mrs. Bertha Berkebile Mrs. Myrtle Berkebile Mr. and Mrs. Omer Betz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bimle Mrs. Florence Bourdess Mr. and Mrs. William Bulvin Mr. and Mrs. Rex Burkey Miss Mary Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Chronister Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Claycomb Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Danel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Demchak Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dibble Mr. and Mrs. Howard Drass Mr. 3nd Mrs. -ichard Eppley, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fyfe Mr. and Mrs. John Garanich, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garanich and Sons Mr. and Mrs. William Haney Mrs. Genevieve Harshberger Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrickson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kehn Mr. and Mrs. Francis Klock Kosaber ' s Dairy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kovach Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kozar Laney ' s Service Station and Grocery Store Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Layman Mr. and Mrs. Roy Layman Mrs. Helen Lvdic Mr. and Mrs. John Martyak Mr. and Mrs. Michael Martyak Mi. and Mrs. Michael Matsko Miss Magdalene McCall Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Mervine and Children Mr. and Mrs. Dorsy Miller Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mock M r . Thomas Mulvihill Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naugle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ocilka Mr. and Mrs. David Owens Mr. and Mrs. George Pahel, Jr. Miss Twila Patterson Mr. and Mrs. William E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. John Puto Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rebochak Mr. and Mrs. Jake Reighard Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Reighard Mr. and Mrs. Silk Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smiach Mrs. Mary Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Solar Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stapleton Mr. and Mrs. Graven J. Stinebiser Mr. and Mrs. R. Meade Stineman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stravers Mr. and Mrs. Darl Susko Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wadsworth Mrs. Mary Werfel Miss Helen C. Wess Clatilda Westcott Mrs. Hilda White Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wright Mr. and Mrs. William Yeager Winifred Yoder 64 Quality Merchandise with Dependable Service H. M. HARSHBERGER Summerhill, Pa .V. 1 SARAH ' S BEAUTY SHOP St. Michael Pennsylvania ST MICHAEL BEVERAGE St. Michael Pennsylvania JOE ' S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Summerhill, Pa. HARRY HONADLE BARBER SHOP St. Michael AMSITE TAVERN R. D. 1 . SOUTH FORK SHRIFT ' S DAIRY DINE Summerhill Pennsylvania LANEY ' S SERVICE STATION AND GROCERY STORE R. 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