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

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r ' A (.T «0» o KrK ' • y It is not our intention to have what is known as a theme for our yearbook. However, we will refer occasionally to the Salix Academy which was established in 1907 by the Salix Academy Association. From there, it became the Salix High School; the n some years later, the Adams Township High School. In 1922, they moved into the pre- sent building in Sidman. It was not until 30 years later that the name was changed to Adams-Summerhill Joint. The class of ' 58 is honored to be the 50th graduating class. The Mirage Staff .- ' ...Mi uriT ' 7 if Z 5r5?r?»;:3?r:« » S TKiia T .c»ara :9t=tK BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated, Left to right: John Tibbins, Louis Lentine, James White, William Haney, Richard Davis. Standing: Joseph Claycomb, Joseph Stapleton, Hershel Wilson, Paul Bimle, Evan Ambroe, Ferd- inand Werfel. Even though we do not know the names of the first school board members, we would like to take this opportunity to thank them for all the guidance they have given us through the years. To our present school board we would like to give thanks and appreciation for the important role which they play in the organization of our school regulations and activities . ADMINISTRATION . ♦Si Ti Smith, David L. Supervising High School Principal Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. O ' Conner, Albert L., Jr. High School Principal University of Pittsburgh, B,A. TuUy, Audrey Secretary to Mr. Smith Patterson, Twila Secretary to Mr. Smith ' VA42»id ' C2 ™r ia crB:r3iiAiJ5 - . -si 1 ' ' %. 7% Wissinger, Florence Secretary to Mr. O ' Conner C ' I Amps, L, Claude Instrumental Music Gettysburg College, B.S, Penn State University, M.J. FACULTY Baldacchino, Philip J. Physics, Mathematics St . Francis, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed, Buchan, Milan Physical Education, Health University of Miami, B.S. Corle, Warren Philip P.O.D., Economics University of Pittsburgh, B.A. I m Drass, Mary (Foust) Librarian Penn State University, B.A. Temple University, M.A. Gallagher, James English University of Pittsburgh, B.A. Senior Play Director Faculty Manager 4V k t 1 ijll p Hrapchak, Stephen J. Typing, Exploratory, Junior Business Training Business English Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Krajnak, Michael English, Journalism University of Pittsburgh, B.A. FACULTY Honadle, Sara Marie Latin, World History Seton Hill College, B.A. Attendance Recorder Junior Play Directress N.H.S. Advisor - -f :i V Kozar, Frank J. General Science, Biology Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. Kudrick, Elias Driver Education, Advanced Science Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. Kring, Marian Vocal Music Juniata College, B.S. Mmr n, .I.I-1 r ' tmltr-i- ' rM ' -i .Si ■.: FACULTY Mesoras, George Mathematic s St. Francis College, B.A. Matsko, Michael Social Studies Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. Panchisin, Dolores English, Spanish Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Mirage Staff Advisor Mock, Bernice Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. School Banker Peschock, George Exploratory, Office Practice, Bookkeeping, Typing Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Paul, Fern Homemaking Juniata College, B.S. Oberlin Graduate School 1 FACULTY Reighard, Allegra Physical Education, Health Lock Haven State Teachers College, B.S. t Plummer, Sam Science, Geography, Chemistry Lock Haven, B.S. Penn State University, M.S. Ronan, Kathleen Homemaking Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Romanchock, John Industrial Arts California State Teachers College, B.S. Turchetta, Anthony American History, World History St. Francis University, B.A. Football Coach . Stineman, Dorothy Guidance Counselor Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. A ..sSRfft ilftt- ' 11iilifiP ' ™»° ' ' ™ =» g3gaii SL(iJiSiJsMjaJ«a«;e23SSSSWH« ?-CK!i«!i -r-s ■« Betz, Mary School Nurse, Home Nursing Mercy Hospital, R.M. - i P- Caroff, Romauld School Doctor Worley, Je s sie Home School Visitor FACULTY MEMBERS 1907 Professor B. Newton Palmer, Principal Professor H. E. Nycum. Assistant Principal Miss Sadie E. Kring, Preparatory Course THE FIRST SALIX ACADEMY Early in 1 904, the citizens of Salix organized the Salix Academy Association. The president of the association, Dr. F. J. Livingston, called a meeting of the members to promote the educational and popular culture of the community. During the meeting, it was proposed that they construct a building at the north end of the village of Salix. In 1 90 5, the building was begun and it was connpleted a year later. It contained four well ventilated recitation rooms, each of which were modernly equipped with school furniture. There was also a library containing 250 volumes. The second story of the building contained an auditorium with a seating capacity of 600. Adjoining the building was an athletic field, 2 1 2 acres large. The high school had a three year course. It was not until 1921 that it was changed to a four year course. sssssntssi sja !f:iii! Kx- . J SiSe2Sg}i S3SSSiC. £ ' iifi ixSjS£:ssisncic:i. One of the main features of the senior trip is a visit to a fabulous night spot. Here Phyllis Beam is depicted chatting with Don Cornell, a famous singer, after the show. In addition, all of the historical and well-known scenes are visited during the three day trip to Washington, Senior Hall Senior Home Nursing Class MOTTO On the Youth of Today Rests the Democracy of Tomorrow. COLOR Gold and White. FLOWER American Beauty Rose. 11 »V v ' tf,«!i8e3a?trj3i .tr» iX2; iiS i S ifc ■atr j ir ' . r. ITT I Mary Bailey Kind words are the music of the world. SENIORS Darlene Bakale To find fault is easy; to do better is difficult. ( n k if George Bakale ' Ability is a poor man ' s wealth. ' 7 Gary Bara ' Once afriend .always afriend. Michael Barelick An idle brain is the devil ' workshop. fi» X Martha Bartko 1 like work. It fascinates me. lean sit an d look at it for hours. y i Edward Bauer Modesty is like a cloak; it can be removed. t Charles Bertilino Character is higher than in- tellect, and may be discovered by observing a smile. SENIORS Phyllis Beam A good heart is worth gold. Janet Betz Habit is a cable; we weave a thread of it each day, and it becomes so strong, we can not break away. ; i ) Wesley Berkibile Don ' t lose yourself; it ' s hard to be found. Paul Bishop When things look black, send them to the laundry, Sjr3»« i ri rt h ' ' V5w £; -!iV v - ' ?i 2r i? t I Norman Blough A pressing influence can change one ' s outlook. SENIORS Rebecca Bowden Next to acquiring good friends, the best acquisition is that of good books. V Marlene Brough A blush is beautiful, but sonne- times inconvenient. - Susan Buchosky Look before you leap; see be- fore you go. Judith Burkey If a man is worth knowing at all, he is worth knowing well. ; t Ray Burkey The poorest way to face life is to face it with a sneer. r S5 ? C Larue Caldwell A serious outlook is a good proposition. SENIORS Virginia Caldwell One of the be st a n d finest things in the world is laughter . I Vj— 4 John Chulick Never trouble trouble ' til trouble troubles you. ■ Donald Costlow To have a friend; you must be one yourself. Barbara Coutts The laughter of girls is among the delightful sounds of earth. Joanne De Frank Neatness is not inherited; it is achieved, ii 5£Sj£S fSi f Gg. ys«j:itfaEf«i ca?a jflj ' jLyjr ' rs SENIORS f9- William Di Muzio When we can ' t get what we like, lets like what we can get. Alex Dusack They who strive hard will gain success. r w Alice Dusack Athousand words willnotleave so deep i m p r e s s i o n as one deed . Carol Fessler Always work hard and you are bound to succeed at whatever you attempt, Margaret Faher Live this day as though it were the last. Marilyn Fuller Selfishness is that detestable vice which no one will forgive in others and no one is without himself. fM4 SENIORS iB 1 ' ' ' Arthur Gaunt All ' s well- that ends well; still the finish is the crown. Ronald Garanich Learning today, leading to- morrow. Lorraine George Reputation is what men and people think of us; character is what God and Angels know of us. Clara Glovany I have no parting sigh to give; so take my parting smile. Dorothy Gillman It is be 1 1 e r to begin at the Dottom and work up than to Degin in the middle and stay here. Irvin Gramling Quietness of person is lost to society, but finds admiration. I tosi Si jRi5?x? :a3s;i!»s?asp y : Q3 ?iK»3»S3 i»cr-rjc; - ' ' s rv- -.i. r - ' JrsrKatjHorr-w!! SENIORS = , .fv Mary Jo Haberl One may be better than his reputation; but never better than his principles. Mary Ham an What other s say of me matters little; what I myself say and do, matters much. Kenneth Haney Some minds are like concrete- all mixed up and permanently set. r, ii David Harr To get a clock started, first you must wind it. Regina Hartshorn To be a good leader, first you must follow. Robert Hocevar A wise man ' s day is worth a fool ' s life. J . } SENIORS rS Janet Hodge ' A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market. Carole Hoffman It ' s the little things that annoy us; you can sit on a mountain but not on a tack. Dennis Houghton The man who rolls up his sleeves seldom loses his shirt. Alexander Hynds Be not merely good; be good for something. ,r Eileen Hudak It is be 1 1 e r to have loved a short man than to have loved a ' tall. Judith Johnson It is not how much we have; but how much we enjoy that makes happiness. SC 5:;caSjC sS ii ceri - ia ti?S£ftt !i;5fii TrjiU9- . -s--5:- ' Sandra Kinley It requires more wisdom to take good advice than it does to give it. Richard Lentine A man ' s profession is deter- mined by his inherited talent, SENIORS Charles Konorosky M an ' s most creative tool is his hands. Forrest Leyentry Character is like a diamond, it scratches every other stone. Carole Layman The way to love sonnething is to realize it nnight be lost. ....- ' i ' « Carol MacTavish Good humor is the health of the soul; sadness its poison. 1 Geneva Manges Quietness isthe beauty of per- sonality. % Irvin Miller ' Life is too short to waste. SENIORS Joanne Milchak True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known until it is lost. Rayford Miller A chip on one ' s shoulder usual- ly means there is wood higher up. :y:jife Si - » Evelyn Miller No one knows what he can do until he tries. Lawrence Muchinsky Everything great is not always good , but all good things are great. cy -5Si J tlr t «. iIr?t : w.if?77 f SENIORS Joseph Mucker Alaugh to be joyous must flow from a joyous heart. Patrick Nairn Never reason from what you do not know. f «»► fC V 4 Paul Naugle One ' s outlook on life is as bright as he makes it. V t Michael Nyda Silence is a means of staying out of trouble, John O ' Cilka Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but rising every time we fall. Mary Ann Orsargos Strong reasons make strong actions, Karen O ' Shersky ' Though you are trampled to the earth, never despair-for the earth is of God. SENIORS Barbara Owens God helps those who help themselve s, Robert Patrick The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts. Charles Purelli The superior man is slow in his words and earnest in his conduct. Wanda Reighard N ever put off ' till tomorrow that which you can do today. ;.j Paul Ressler ' If I ' m not on time, wait for me. jki ' V iTjnmTrrrr j£ii ST CrtiWAxr5Vi-fi-- .,£ SENIORS Joseph Richnovsky He that lives to live forever never fears dying. James Ringler Don ' t settle for just any old thing; get the best. 4 I Edward Ripper The best things in life are free. I Steven Rohlinger A light shines bright when lit in the dark. Elizabeth Rodgers To see what is right and not do it is want of courage. Clarence Rose Learning is the way to suc- cess. U • ' ai m A- SENIORS Mildred Schrift Life is not so short but that there is always t i m e for courtesy. ' Richard Rosman Don ' t make stumbling blocks out of stepping stones. tl II Virginia Sepp He that plants thorns must never expect to gather roses. Henri Serre A good man does well merely by living well. Robert Slonac A star is great but teamwork is better. — . Larue Smay Few minds wear oui , more rust out. -f-v j:tf: «rir-Tj.«u ' T-jii;.yv- . -s- ii- ' T , ' - -? T ji. - r-7- esi Henry Smith Burdens become light when cheerfully borne. SENIORS Janet Solar Afriend is a fellow who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. Christi Stinebiser Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead. -«C3 y Eugene Swansboro Silence can be held, but only by a few. Richard SweUer He that works hard works well. r ' f«lr . Donna Thomas The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed, .ti y SENIORS r- v: ; Judith Tully Aplacefor everything; every- thing in its place. Carolyn Verotsky Not failure , but low aim is crime . Rose Turgeon The jar on the shelf was full of jann. It isn ' t now, but 1 am. Jeanne Winder If it is the truth, what does it matter who says it? Beverly Varner The only way to have a friend is to be one , Beverly Wise § Nothing great is lightly won. ] SiS; ri» a .S==a5r ?tT S ! 1 kiiC fij-A -j. ii7 - r:r- ■i Nancy Wissinger What you dislike in another take care to correct in yourself. SENIORS Mane Wonyetye Borrow trouble for yourself, if thats your nature; but don ' t lend it to your neighbor. 28 c B BB nr SENIOR BABY PICTURES ;. -Viil I 1 Beam, Phylis Berkibile, Wesley- Bishop, Paul Betz, Janet - . ' 4 ' iS ' ■•? ». I f Costlow, Don V Faher, Margaret Haberl, Mary Jo ?i Johnson, Judy k ' -i -. Kinley, Sandra O ' Cilka, John Reighard, Wanda , KKB ' ? Schrift, Mildred ■ ' 1 TuUy, Judy 29 la4 ' aMSSsaSSQ£i3©S!SS?»5£5il( £,£?a fT a i ? :K13J-4j JW fcr 1 - ■ .. i « - . •, .V - . iflB u N D J. Dibble M. Trotter M, Korenosky K. Fyfe c J. Mathieson. M. Kodis F. Smiach R, Richards ' ' i - OFFICERS R. Osargos J. Cannonie P. Susa P. Respet fiS -■:- .- ' -:; w vcv- -5 ' ' -?= - JUNIORS P ( f P Pw.. P Row 1; B. Horner, J. Roush, S. Barto, J, Dibble, D. Richnavsky, B. Cruickshank, M. Connelly, B. Harr, P. Banks, M. Blanchetti, J. Armold. Row 2: E. Blough, R. Nibert, P. Fern, C. Duffy, C. Chronister, G.Chappell, B. Respet, B. Ressler, K. Fyfe, R. Bourdess. Row 3: N. Everhart, R. Costlow, D. Bimle , D, Hocevar, F, Plummer, T. Cornman, E. Pentrack, G. Reighard, J, Hobson, M. Brennen, C. Berkebile. Row 4: J, Evanchick, H, Harrington, G. Pahel, J. Rouah, G. Dusack, E. Hoffman, J. CuUen, R. Reay, J. Patterson, J, Ondesko. Row 5; G. Amigh, D. Hentz, K. CuUen, E. Rosenberger, E, Antolich, L. Gallardy, K. Penrod, M. Haney, R. Crum. Row 1: B. Thomas, G. Shappek, F. Taylor, M. Milchak, P. Polantz, R. Soltis, V. Musilek, A. Trovato, J. Walls. Row 2: R. Lohr, M. Korenoski, C. Mihalick, M. Trotter, M. Yasenovsky, D. Horner, P. TuUy, S. Kring, J. Nalepa, J. Kauffman. Row 3: M. Johnson, J. Ladika, R. Witherow, J. Muselik, A. Wadsworth, E. Huber, M. Zatek, P.Sedei, J. Hudak. Row 4; A. Meek, B. Yoder, C. Myers, R. Korinchak, R. Single, R. Kelly, D. Seese, L. Walsh, G. McCall, A. Silk. Row 5: J. Reighard, G. Reighard, C. Wolfhope, M. Petruna, G. Jennings, R. Zubal, R. Varner, W. Sklodowsky, L. White. 32 « aawwi au » A ' ;iji ' SOPHOMORES f . J Row 1: P.Wilkinson, B.Richie, H.Pete, C. Reighard, N.Smith, D.Taylor, C. Smay, J. Thomas, S. Varner, J. Hribar. Row 2: R. Yeager, S. Rhine, S. Purcosky, D. Penrod, V. Yonkoski, N. White, D. Shappek, T. TuUy, C. Hritz, D. Sablotski, M. Wolfhope. Row 3: M. Zubal, P. Pavlik, J. See ' se, L. Roberts, J. Podrebarac, J.Thomas, C.Verotsky, J.Tresnicky, S.Yanik, H. Schrift, P. Miller, G. Maden. Row 4: S. Swansboro, F. Smiach, R. Wolfhope, P. Zubal, J. Rice, T. Yochimowitz, C. Trovata, P. Oshersky, B. Schrift, B. Reese, J. Sepp. Row 5: D. Johnson, S. Manges, R. Puto, R. Richards, J. Kakabar, W. Roberts, A. Peretin, D. Makin, W. Wonders, B. Slonac. Row 1: J. Miller, B. Croyle, M. Keith, K. Juller, J. Navatsyk, P. Mac Tavish, L. Haman, V. Keilman, G.Patrick, J.McCloskey, L.Moore, P.Hobson. Row 2: R. Betz, W. Kolar, R. Pallas, M. Burichin, B. Bernat, L. Anderson, H. Chulick, J. Figard, M. Hettle. C.Costlow, J. Dunmire. Row 3: J.Dupnock, V.Horner, D. Dremely, B.Patterson, C. Lazor, N.Claycomb, D. Mathieson, M. Kodis, P. Patterson, C. Miller, J. Docherty, D. Johnson. Row 4: L. Meier, B. Pcola, A. DiMuzio, B.Korch, B.Debias, T . Kick, J. Dusack, F. Hribar, J. Korinchak, L. Hettle, B. Parks. Row 5: G.Keiper, D. Bodenschatz, G. EUenberger , D.Allison, R.Koontz, R.Bulvin, R. Garanich, W. Kay, R. Garanich, E. Dierling, K. Chesnutwood, L. Bulvin. 33 B JeSa gJ3 ' £235!i?5=?!?X5«?TJi» »i« i» S«« v u»l r S5 y ' «« FRESHMEN Row 1; P. Brennan, L. Hoffman, J. Cannonie, S. Dunmire, B. Allmond, C. Barelick, G. Coutts, K, Conner, T. Habrel, C. Coutts. Row 2; R. Banks, J. DiMuzio, N. Dusack, R. Cameron, D. Haman, B. Fleming, J. Engle, G. Debias, I. Ellenberger. Row 3: J. Bodenschatz, P.M. Croyle, S. Caldwell, C. Bodenschatz, P. Evans, J, Chulick, R. Houghton, L. Gearhart. Row 4: A. Bopp, L. Engbert, E. Bender, R. Hull, J. Chmelarsky, D, Allison, E.Claycomb, M, CuUen, R, Bimle. Row 5: M. Drobnick, M. Keith, M. Csikos, E. Frank, H. Adams, D. Boyer, J. Hettle, N. Gille s Row 1: N. Walls, R. Osargos, J. Urda, C. Werfel, S. Yeager, J. Stoops, K. Meek, S. TuUy, J. Lohr, A. Rhoads. Row 2: B. Risher, C. Lupton, W. Schrift, P. Susa, J.Probert, P.Walters, L. Pahel, L. Miller, P. Smith, L. Oswalt. Row 3: G. Yakicic, R. Ripper, E. Murin, M. Swelfer, L. Miller, K. Nalepa, P. Respet, D. Slonac, H. Lingenfelter. Row 4: J. Reighard, T. Walk, J. St ' rank, B. Smay, G. Wingard, W. Stock, R. Sigg. L. Trotter, R. R. Wadsworth, R. Smith. Row 5; J. O ' cilka, G. Rentes, E. Richards, A. Varner, L.Weyant, M. Miller, C. Franchick, G. Wolford, C. Rese. 34 5gf3S55S!r?sra»r ' m FRESHMEN Row 1- N Irvin D Kay, J. Kick, W. Patterson, R. Mock, V. Hudak, S. Layman, M. Hartshorn, J Gilpatrick, B. Layman. Row 2: S. Horner, E. Naugle, D. Golden, A. Klock, R. Parks N. Harrett N Gustsky, D. Pounds, F. Myers. Row 3: M. Nairn., M. Ruber, P. Kentula, E. Miller. R Harrison, J Korenoski, L. Moss, J.Kowalchik. Row 4; V. Muchinsky, C. Handle, J. Manges, J. ' Milchak, J.Penrod, J. Faher, M. Gramling, E.Harr, G. Helsel. Row 5: J.Patrick, S. Manges, J. Hight, L. Manges, J. Bodenschatz, F. Myers, R. Pahel, M. Parisi. In the same manner as the new students enrolled in the Salix Academy in 1907, our Freshman Class entered the halls o£ Adams -Summerhill Joint School 50 years later. The students of the Academy came from various sections of Cambria County, this year ' s neophytes hail from Dunlo, Salix, St. Michael, Elton, Eureka 42, Rager s, Gramlington, and Palestine. We hope that their aspirations, hopes and goals will be realized, and that they will contribute to society as did their centennial ancestors. 35 -■■r ' j ' .— ' 7 T- T - . I STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: A.Rhoades, J. DiMuzio, R. Parks, J. Solar, N.White, J. Hodge, J. Korenoski, B.Owens, G, Coutts, Row 2: C. Mihalick, S. Caldwell, D, Thomas, J. Burkey, M. Korenoski, M. Trotter, B. Cruickshank, M. Milchak. Row 3; M. Brough, J.Ondesko, J.Kovach, E.Swansboro, A. Hynds, R. Bulvin, W. Berkibile, H. Harrington, L. Roberts. OFFICERS Vice-President J. Kovach President D. Thomas Corresponding Secretary C. Mihalick Recording Secretary J. Burkey Treasurer B. Owens Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY G. Shappek, R. Turgeon, J. Burkey, D. Thomas, K. Fyfe, J. Hodge. K. Osherskey, B. Owens. C. Mihalick, C. Verotsky, C. Glovany, J. Kovach, V. Caldwell, M. Yasenovsky, J. Ilohnson. L. Muchinsky, R. Hocevar, R. Slonac. G. Bakale, A. Heinz, R. Garanich. OFFICERS C. Mihalick, Sec. 2nd semester; J. Burkey, Sec. 1st semester; D. Thomas, Treas. 1st semester; M. Yasenovsky, Treas. 2nd semester; Miss Honadle, Advisor. V. Caldwell, Pres. 2nd semes- ter; G. Bakale, pres. 1st semester; R. Slonac, v. pres, 2nd semester; A. Hynds, 1st 2ndsemester V. pres. f f ,( r. f y J ,j ADAMSONIAN STAFF Row 1 - B. Horner, C. Fessler, J. Hodge, K. Oshersky, B. Owens, J. Miller, Mr. Krajnak. Rov 2 - J. Solar, M. Haman, A. Dusack, M. Johnson, V. Caldwell, J. Tresnicky, J. Burkey. Row 3 - C. Verotsky, G. Dusack, D. Hentz, J. Kovach, D. Hocevar, M. Zubal. OFFICERS Mr. Krajnak- Advisor J. Tresnicky-Page 4 Editor D. Hocevar- Journalist Editor M. Johnson-Page 2 Editor J. Kovach-Business Manager V. Caldwell-Senior Advisor M. Haman- Editor- 2nd semester A. Dusack-Page 3 Editor J. Hodge-Editor- 1 st semester J. Bu rkey- Exchange Editor MIRAGE STAFF Row 1 - B. Owens, J. Dibble , J. Nalepa, C. Stinebiser, W. Reighard, M. Faher, M. Blanchetti. Row 2 - N. White, K. Fyfe, M. Hamen, M. Bunchin, V. Yonkoski, D. Richnavsky, J. Solar. Row 3 - D. Thomas, M. Brough, M. Johnson. J. Tully, J. Johnson, M. Yasenovsky. Row 4 - J. O ' Cilka, E. Antolich, G. Bakale, W. Berkibile. M. Kodis. OFFICERS E. Antolich- Art Editor W, Berkibile-Photography Information Editor K. Fyfe- Assistant Editor M. Brough- Activities Editor J. Johnson-Editor Miss Panchisn- Advisor M. Reighard-Photography Editor J. Nalepa- Activities Sales Manager J. O ' Cilka-Sports Editor LIBRARIANS Row 1: Seated; M. Blanchetti, B.Thomas, B.Coutts. Row 2: Seated; D.Hocevar, D.Shappek, M.Connelly, C. Mihalick, R. Bowden. Row 3i Standing; Mrs. Drass, J. Nalepa, J. DeFrank, M. Johnson, P. Tully, J. Dibble. L VJ STUDENTS MAKE USE OF LIBRARY MAY COURT Row 1-J. Cannonie, P. Susa, V. Caldwell, Queen, J. Navatsyk, M. Orsargos. Row 2-J. Mathieson, E. Miller. Row 3- J. Nalepa, M. Trotter. Row 4-E. Rodgers, Maid of Honor. Our May Queen, Virginia Caldwell, is 17 years oldand hails from Dunlo. She is president of the National Honor Society and was editor of the Adamsonian last year. SENIOR PLAY CAST Row 1: M. Orsprgos, S. Kinley, J. Hodge, K. Osherskey, R. Hart- shorn, L. George, Mr . Gallagher . Row Z: R. Turgeon, M. Fuller. D. Thomas, P. Beam, C.Hoffman. Row 3: W. DiMuzio, R. Miller, J. Ringler, P. Bishop, M. Wonyettye, J. Johnson. Row 4: W. Berk- ebile, R. Rosman, R. Hocevar, A. Hynds, J. O ' Cilka. (£ffi JUNIOR PLAY CAST Row 1 - J. Walls, K. Fyfe, C. Chronister, M. Koronoski, S. Barto, C. Logan, Miss Honadle. Row 2 - B. Ressler, M. Johnson, G. McCall, J. Patterson, P. TuUy. Row 3 - K. Penrod, J. Kovach, G. Jennings, D. Hentz, R. Kelly. H. Harrington. V,.- .-JM|. ' : 4 J MIXED CHORUS Row 1: J. Miller, J. Lohr, D. Kay, C. Lupton, T. Myers, S. Dunmire, N. Irvin, C. Coutts. Row 2: D. Pounds, E. Murin, H. Lingenfelter, E. Blough, G. Yakicic, J. Kowalchik, B. AUmond, J. Miller. Row 3: D. Reighard, M. Chulick, J. Seese, D. Haman, W. Reighard, J. Milchack, M. Faher. Row 4: M. CuUen, M. Zatek, R. Pahel, P. Nairn, D. Costlow, K. Duffy, M. Koronaski. OFFICERS President D. Costlow Vice President .... P. Nairn Secretary W. Reighard Treasurer M. Koronaski Librarian D. Haman GIRLS ' CHORUS Row 1: S. Varner, N. Wissinger, J. Arnold, C. Barelick, J. Hribar, M. Keith, H. Pete, P. Wilkinson. Row 2: V. Hudak, J. Rousa, C. Smay, A. Klock, V. Musklick, N. Smith, J. Stoop. Row 3: J. Kauffman, C. Fessler, C, Stinebiser, J.TuUy, P. Mac Tavich, J, Koronisky, B. Harr, J. Thomas. Row 4: S. Caldwell, V. Horner, C. Miller, B. Pcola, N. Everhart, D. Johnson, P. Patterson. OFFICERS President C. Fessler Vice President . . N. Wissinger Secretary C. Stinebiser Treasurer P, Patterson Librarian J. Tully BAND !4f. Eft W!S8» iW U -f J r -l H-T I «] I £1 • Row 1 - K. Fyfe, J. Docherty, M. Zubal, M. Bartko, D. Bakale, M. Trotter, L. Rogers. 1, w 2 - B. Layman, N. Walls, P. Brennan, S. TuUy, P. Hartshorn, M. Hettle, C. Layman, J. Urda, L Oswalt, C. Werfel, C. Haberl, A. Rhoads. Row 3 - Mr. Amps, B. Richie, B. Owens, P. Walters, P. Jusa, B. Horner, P. Banks. L. Pahel. R. Mock, B. Risher. S. Horner, P. Smith, M. Orsargos, R. Hartshorn. Row 4-L.Gearhart, C. Reighard, D. Taylor, S. Weaver, L. Caldwell, E. Miller, M. Huber, A. Bopp. J. Johnson, B. Wise, M. Wolfhope, M. Conelly, S. Layman. Row 5- N. Harrett, R. Pallas, M. Milchak, D. Richnavsky, R. Manges, S. Kring. B. Res pet. P. TuUy, L. Anderson, S. Buchosky, L. Engbert, M. Fuller, C. Hoffman, B. Fleming. Row 6 - P. Respet, C. Chronister, J. Mathieson. C. Verotsky, R. Patrick, B. Shrift, E. Frank, D. Johnson. D. Dremely, L. Meir, R. Hull, M. Brennan, R. Houghton. Row 7 - G. McCall, D. Hocevar, M. Kodis, D. Boyer, W. Berkibile, J. Kovach, G. Wolford, J. Chmelarsky, E. Dierling, F. Smiach. SWING BAND 1 H ■ ' i .. B. Wise, J. Mathieson. G. Wolford, B. Richie, C. Werfel. S. Layman, C. Verotsky. Row 2 - G. McCall, C.Hoffman, C. Haberl, P. Respet, D. Johnson, J. Kovach, D. Hocevar. Row 3 - Mr. A m p s - Director , B. Fleming, W. Berkibile, F. Smiach, P. Nairn, L. Anderson. 48 r ti AJ ' if it . itm BAND OFFICERS President- Judy Johnson Vice-President-Beverly Wise Sec. and Student Director-Barbara Owens Treasurer-Geoffrey McCall R. Hartshorn Head Majorette D. Bakale E. Rodgers M. Bartko P. Beam W. Reighard E. MiUer MAJORETTES ' -J ' .-.-: i .„. :l ' l r ■i: ; :bIl J:i:i:i ; i. .:. r ' - vi Leftto right; M. Zubal, D. Bakale, J. Docherty, M. Trotter, K. Fyf e , E. Rodgers, M. Bartko, R. Hartshorn. CHEERLEADERS rm Left to right; R. Yeager, W. Reighard, C. Mihalick, P. Beam. J. Winder, J. Nalepa, E. Miller, P. Blanchetti. 50 oeiffi ?-=-.; icr ' r2A« 5 »aiC5r r?a.c: ' : ::.-3e?5S«S»«i= BASKETBALL (Row 1) A. DiMuzio; J. Ondesko; A. Peretm; J. Reighard; L,. Gallardy; (Row 2) L. White, R. Smay; W. Roberts; R. Garanich; R. Slonac, Mr. Matsko SENIOR PLAYER R. Slonac - . « ■neai.iJJ Minir mim J.V. BASKETBALL (Row 1) H. Lingenfelter, A. DiMuzio, R. Sigg, R. Pahel, C. Verotsky, D. Louder, J. Milchak. (Row 2) G. Wolford, C. Franchik, Mr. Turchetta, R. Garamch, A. Peretin. MANAGERS Kneeling: R. Parks; C. Costlow Standing R. Garanich; C. Bertolino. rj ja i« s«6 %iFjTt5s «Q vT j5 r5r5 ' K r3jc xvzx!:;- i ! -a j ... BASEBALL Row 1 - A. Dimuzio, C. Verotsky. R. Reay, R. Koontz, F. Plummer, T. Yochimowitz; J. Korinchak. J. Sepp. Row 2 - G. Dusack. J. Kakabar, L. Gallardy. R. Slonac, Mr. Matsko; R. Garanich; R. Smay; A. Peretini E. Dierling. MANAGERS C. Costlow, C. BertoUno SENIOR R. Slonac TRACK Row 1 - R. Crum; J. Patterson; R. Garanich. G. Reighard, G. Amigh, K. Penrod. Row 2 - R. Puto, R. Bulvin; M. TuUy, G. Bakale, R. Hocevar; W. Roberts; R. Rosman, Mr. Kozar. SENIORS R. Garanich G. Bakale R. Rosman L -y:, t :3Hf j ' f?rco -rf% ' i:si:::s i::;;z:ir; . ' » .=. » ' ... .- - ■ , k i rS ' - ' f ' , m FOOTBALL Row 1 - R. Crum; A. Gaunt; J. Richnavsky; E. Ripper. R. Hocevar, R. Slonac; A. Heinz; P. Bishop; C. Rose; R. Reay. Row 2 - D. Horner, J. Ondesko; J. Patterson; G. Reighard; J. Kakabar; R. Zubal; W. Skladowski; E. Antolich; K. Penrod; A. Silk; F. Plummer. J. Evanchik. Row 3 - M. Drobnik; D. Rose; J. Sepp; G. Keiper; R. Richards; R. Konnchak; R. Bulvin, A. Peretin; L,. Bulvin; A. DiMuzio; M. Gramling; R. Ripper; S. Percosky; S. Rusnak; H. Lmgenfelter; L. Trotter; D. Penrod. J. Penrod;J. Seese; C, Hritz; M. Croyle. Row 4 - S. Yanki; C. Louder, W. Stock; C. Reese: D. Makm; D. Allison; B. Slonac; C. Myers; T. Youchinnowitz; B. Korch; J. DiMuzio. Row 5 - Mr. Gallagher- f acuity manager; Mr . Turchetta-head coach; Managers- W. DiMuzio; J. O ' Cilka; R. Puto; J. Hobson; Mr. Kozar-assistant coach; Mr. Matsko- equipment nnanager. MANAGERS left to right: J. O ' Cilka. C. Costlow; R. Puto; r2fc-i--1 ' - ■ J. Richnavsky (Guard) ? ..-¥jf; P. Bishop (End) C. Rose (Halfback) 57 E. Ripper (Tackle) R. bionac (Quarterback) ieeW«i32?fii5i S5? ' ?TC«f ' 55CSS : i isrt- » cj ' ?2C ?? ' « VARSITY CLUB Row 1 - Mr. Kozar; J. Sepp; C. Rose; A. Gaunt; M. Drobnic; J. Richnavsky; B. Kerch; L,. Bulvin; Mr. Turchetta. Row 2 - J. Patterson; P. Bishop; F. Plummer; R. Raey: R. Garanich; D. Costlow; J.Ondesko. D. Horner; Mr. Matsko. Row 3 - R. Crum; G. Amigh; R. Bulvin; R. Rosman; M. Tully; G. Reighard; K. Penrod. Row 4 - J. Kakabar; R. Hocevar; R. Zubal; R. Slonac; G. Bakale. W. Roberts; A. Hynds; E. Ripper. OFFICERS Vice President- Richard Rosman President- Robert Slonac Secretary- treasurer- Ronald Garanich in fTTfflmf s ' i-g™ ' - ' ' ' ■iW? SENIOR FAREWELL Uponleaving, the Class of 1958 bids its farewell to the Adams-Summe rhiU Joint High School . As we look backward through the years, our high school memories will be among the most cherished. Regardless of o u r professions, we will have our teachers to thank for our achieve- ments and future successes. In addition, we would like to thank the school board and all administrators. The Class of ' 58 59 ??.P ?KK»W;i«5 SENIOR STATISTICS DARLENE BAKALE - Commercial -Chorus 1, Gym Exhibition 3, Majoretts 2,3,4, Usherett 3, Play Per- sonal 3, Spring Concert 2,3,4, May Day Participant 1, 2. GEORGE BAKALE - Academic-Football 2,3,4, Track 3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society Officer 4, Student Council 3, Mirage Staff 3,4, Stage crew 3. MARTHA BARTKC - Commercial -Majorette 2,3,4, Chorus 1, May Court 2, Spring Concert 2,3,4, Library 2. PHYLLIS BEAM - Academic- Cheerleader 2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,3,4, Play Personnel 2, Senior Play Cast 4, Class officer 1. WES BERKEBILE -General -Band 1,2,3,4, Band Quartermaster 1 ,2,3,4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, County Band 3,4, Swing Band 2,3,4, Mirage Staff 2,3,4, Mirage Editor 4, Basketball 2, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Student Council 4. JANET BETZ - Commercial Clerical-Band 1 , 2, Spring Concert 1,2, May Day Participant 1,2,3,4, Play Per- sonnel 4. REBECCA BOWDEN - Commercial-Librarian 2,3,4, May Day Participant 1 . MARLENEBROUGH- Academic-Student Council 1,3,4, Band 1,2, Spring Concert 1,2, Chorus 1 , May Day Participant 1,3, Play Personnel 4, Mirage Staff 3,4, Mirage Activities Editor 4. SUSAN BUCHOSKY - Commercial-Band 1,2,3,4, May Day Participant 1 ,2,3,4, Play Personnel 3,4, Usherette 3, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. JUDY BURKEY - Commercial Secretarial- M a y Day Participant 1,2, Adamsonian Staff 2,3,4, Adamsonian Exchange Editor 4, Student Council 1 , 3,4, Student Council officer 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Di- rector 3, N.H.S. Play 3, Class officer 4. VIRGINIA CALDWELL - Commercial, Chorus 1 , Adamsonian Staff 2,3,4, Adamsonian Exchange Editor 2, Adamsonian Page 1 Editor 3, Adamsonian Editor in Chief 3, N.H.S. 3,4, N.H.S. officer 3,4, Play Personnel 3, May Queen 4. JOHN CHU ' ICK- General- Football 1. BARBARA COUTTS- Commercial-Librarian 2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,2, Spring Concert 1, Usherette 3,4. JOANNE DEFRANK- Commercial- Usherette 2,3, Play Personnel 4, May Day Participant 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2,3,4. WILLIAM DIMUZZIO - C o mm e r c i a I - Football and Basketball Manager 1,2,3, Track Manager 3, Gym Exhibition 1,2,3,4, Senior Play Cast 4. ALICE DUSACK - Academic- Adamsonian Staff, Adam- sonian Page Editor 3, Play Personnel 4. MARGARET FAHER - Commercial Clerical- May Court 1 ,2, Adamsonian Staff 1,2, Usherette 3, Play Personnel 4, Mirage Staff 3,4, May Day Participant 3,4, Class Officer 3, Chorus 4. CAROL FESSLER - Commercial-Chorus 1,2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,2, 3, 4, Play Personnel 4, Student Council 1,2, Mirage Staff 3, Adamsonian Staff 4. MARILYN FULLER - Academic-Band 1,2,3,4, County Band 3,4, Senior Play 4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, Usher- ette 3, May Day Participant 1,2. RONALD GARANICH - Academic- Varsity Club 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3, Basketball 1 ,2, Track 1 ,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3, Swing Band 3, Spring Concert 1,2,3, May Day Participant 2,3, N.H.S. 3,4, Student Council 1 ,2,3, Mirage Staff 3, Junior Play 3. ARTHUR GAUNT - General - Football 1,2,3,4, Gym Exhibition 3,4. LORRAINE GEORGE - Connmercial Clerical-Band I, 2, Spring Concert 1,2, May Day Participant 1 ,2,3,4, Senior Play 4, Usherette. DOROTHY GILLMAN - Commercial Secretarial-May Day Participant 1,2,4, Usherette 4. CLARA GLOVANY- Commercial Secretarial- May Day Participant 1,4, N.H.S. 4, Play Personnel 3, Usherette 4. IRVIN GRAMLING - General-Football 1,2, Tumbling 2,3,4. MARY JO HABERL - Commercial- Band 1, Spring Concert 1, May Day Participant 1.3,4, Play Personnel 4, Usherette 3. MARY HAMAN - Commercial Clerical- Chorus 1, Adamsonian Staff 1,2,3,4, Adamsonian Editor-in-Chief 4, Mirage Staff 2,3,4, Librarian 2. KENNETH HANEY - General DAVID HARR - General - May Day Participant 1. REGINA HARTSHORN - General-Majorette 2,3,4, Head Majorette 4, May Day Participant 1,2,3,4, Play Per- sonnel 3, Senior Play 4, Mirage Staff 1. ROBERT HOCEVAR - Academic - Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Track 3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Adamsonian 1 ,2, May Court 2, Gym Exhibition 3,4, Junior Play Cast 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Student Council 3. JANET HODGE - Academic-Adamsonian Staff 2,3,4, AdamsonianEditor-in-chief 4, Play Personnel 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Class officer 4, N.H.S. 4, Student Council 3,4. CAROLE HOFFMAN - Commercial Secretarial-Band 1,2,3,4, Swing Band 4, May Day P a rticipant 1,2, 3, Senior play Cast 4, Usherette 3, Student Council 1. DENNIS HOUGHTON - General-Stage Crew 1,2,3,4. EILEEN HUDAK - Academic-Cho ru s Editor 3, Usherette 3. 2, Mirage 3,4, ALEXANDER HYNDS - Academic, Student Council 2,3, 4, N.H.S. 3,4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Gym Exhibition 2, Varsity Club 3,4. JUDITH JOHNSON - Academic .Band 1,2,3,4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, ivlirage Staff 3,4, Mirage Editor-in-chief 4, Band Pres. 4, County Band 3,4. 60 SENIOR STATISTICS SANDRA KINI.EY - Commercial Clerical, May Day Participant 1,2,3,4, Senior Play 4. CAROLE LAYMAN - Commercial, Band 1,2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,2, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, Swing Band 4, Usherette 3,4, Play Personnel 4. GENEVA MANGES - Academic, May Day Participant 1 , Mirage 3. JOANNE MILCHAK - Commercial, May Day Partici- pant 1,3,2,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Play Personnel 4, Usherette 3, Spring Concert 2,3,4. EVELYN MILLER - Commercial Sec retarial, May Court 2,4, Cheerleader 2.3,4, Usherette 2,3. RAYFORD MILLER - Commercial, Football 1,2, May Court 1,2, Senior Play Cast 4. LAWRENCE MUCHINSKY - Academic, N.H.S. 3,4. JOSEPH MUCKER - General MICHAEL MYDA - General JOHN O ' CILKA - Academic, Football 1, Mirage Staff 2, 3,4, Mirage Sports Editor 4, Junior Play Cast 3, Senior Play Cast 4. MARY ANN ORSARGOS - Commercial, May Court 1,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Spring Concert 1,2,4, Band Officer 3, Play Personnel 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Mirage Staff 3, May Day Participant 2,3. KAREN O ' SHERSKY - Commercial, Play cast 4, N.H.S. 4, Spring Concert 2, May Day 2,4. BARBARA OWENS - Commercial, Secretarial Course, Band 1,2,3,4, Band Librarian 1,2,3,4, Band Officer 4, Student Director 4, County Band 4, District Band 3,4, Student Council 1 ,3,4, Student Council Officer 4, Mirage Staff 3,4, Journalism Staff 4, Class Officer 1,2,3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, May Day Participant 1,2, Play Personnel 3, 4, Spring Concert 1 ,2,3,4. BOB PATRICK - General Course . Band 1,2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 1 ,2,3. CHARLES PURELLI - General Course, Football 1,2, Baseball 1, Basketball 2. WANDA REIGHARD - Commercial Clerical , Chorus 1,2,3,4, Chorus Officer 4, County Chorus 3,4, District Chorus 4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, Mirage 2,3,4. Photo- graphy editor 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Usherette 3, May Day Participant 1,2,4, Prompter 4. JOE RICHNAV3KY- General Course, Stage crew 2,3,4, Football 1,3,4, Varsity Club 4. JAMES RINGLER- General Course, Band 1,2, Play 3,4, EDDIE RIPPER - Commercial Course, Football 1,3,4, Adamsonian Staff 2, May Day Escort 1, Varsity CluD 4. LIZ RODGERS - Commercial Course, Majorette 2,3,4, Spring Concert 2,3,4, May Court 3, Maid of Honor 4, Play Cast 3, Play Personnel 4, May Day Personnel 1,2. CLARENCE ROSE - Academic, Football 4. RICHARD ROSMAN - General Course, Varsity Club 2, 3,4, Football 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Student Director of Play 4, Officer of Varsity Club 4. VIRGINIA SEPP - Commercial Sec, Band 1,2, Chorus 3, May Day 1,2,4, Spring Concert 1,2,3, Usherette 3,4. HENRI SERRE - General Course MILDRED SCHRIFT - Commercial, May Day Partici- pant 1,2,3,4. JANET SOLAR - Commercial, Student Council 1,2,4, May Day Participant 1,2,4, Chorus 1,2, Spring Concert 1,2, Play Personnel 3,4, Mirage Staff 3,4, Adamsonian Staff 3,4. CHRISTI STINEBISER - Commercial Sec, Band 1,2,3, County Band 3, May Court 2, May Day Participant 1,2, 3, Chorus 4, Play Personnel 3, Usherette 4, Mirage Staff 2,3,4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. EUGENE SWANSBORO - Academic, Football 1, Student Council 3,4. RICHARD SWELFER - General Course DONNA THOMAS - Academic, Class Officer 1,2,3, Mirage Staff 3,4, Student Council 3,4, Student Council Officer 4. N.H.S. 3,4, N.H.S. Officer 4. Play Cast 3,4, N.H.S. Play Cast 3, May Day Participant 1,2,3. JUDY TULLY - Commercial, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Mirage Staff 2,3,4, May Day Participant 2,3,4, Play Personnel 3,4, County Chorus 4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. ROSE TURGEON - Academic, Junior Play Cast 3, SemorPlay Cast 4, N.H.S. 4, May Day Participant 1 ,2. BEVERLY VARNER - Commercial, May Day Partici- pant 1,2,4, Play Personnel 4. CAROLYN VEROTSKY - Band 1,2,3,4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, Swing Band 1,2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,2, 3,4, Student Council 1,2, Class Officer 2,3, Band Officer 3, N.H.S. 4, Librarian 2, Play Personnel 3. JEANNE WINDER - Academic, May Day Participant 1,2, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Adamsonian Staff 2, Chorus I, Spring Concert 1 , Mirage Staff 3. BEVERLY WISE - Commercial, band 1 ,2,3,4, Swing Band 1,2,3,4, Spring Concert 1 ,2,3,4, May Day Per- sonnel 1 ,2,3,4, County Band 4, Band Officer 4, District Band 4. NANCY WISSINGER- Academic, Chorus 1,2.3,4, Sprmg Concert 1,2,3,4, May Day Participant 1,3, Play Per- sonnel 3, Chorus Officer 4. MARIE WONYETYE - Academic, Mirage Staff 2,3, Librarian 3, Senior Play Student Director 4. RUTH McCLOSKEY - Academic, Chorus 4, Band 1,2, 3, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4, Usherette 3.4. 61 r333G»;» V5 r ' r!Sr«r5W» , ' VT2r3«r3?i£¥ ' XS- . -:7v-ac- - i - y i?vM« LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Darlene Bakale, will to Delores Richnavsky my ability to get to Beaverdale every night; and to Vicki Yonkoski, Steve Berzansky ' s brother Joe. I, George Bakale , will my size 13 football shoes to Ron ' Curp ' Rjpper. I, Phyllis Beann, being of sound and fit mind, will to Linda Anderson, my ability to borrow the family car, ifsheever gets her license; also my knack for find- ing excuses when returning late. I, Arthur Gaunt, will all my books to the furnace. I, Dorothy Gillman, will to Eleanor Murin one box of bubble gum. I, Clara G 1 o v a n y , will to Sally Caldwell and Betty Bernat, two mufflers. I, Mary Jo Haberl, will to Julie Nalepa the ability to get along with Mr. Corle. I, W e s Berkibile, being of sound mind and body, do will to ' Slouch ' Haberl, George Bakale ' s height and weight. I, Rebecca Bowden, do hereby w- i 1 1 and bequeath to Bonnie Respet the good times I had in Washington, D. C, my fantastic ability to make lemon pudding; and to h e r brother, Pat, the dreadful task of eating it. I, Judith Burkey, will my empty ink bottle to Joni Miller. I, Gina Caldwell, will my sister Sally and her friends my special powder room he re at school; to Dot Hocevar , I will two apples for her extra nourishment. I, Mary Hannan, will to my brother David the ability to study math. I, Regina Hartshorn, will my position of head nnajor- ette to the most deserving junior majorette. I also will my place in the health room bed to anyone who wants a refreshing bed bath. I, Robert Hocevar, will to Dave Louder my mothers old worn out combat boots and her great ability to wrestle . I, Janet Hodge, will to Linda Anderson my ability to keep quiet in Mr. Kozar ' s room; and to any future Chemistry student my newly found ability to pour sulphuric acid into a beaker. I.Barbara Coutts.willmy bookkeeping ability to anyone who is interested enough to take it. I, Joanne DeFrank, will that certain item m Nancy Smith ' s house to Pat Zubal. I, William DiMuzio, will my Office Practice book to any Junior boy who plans to take it next year. I, Alice Dusack, while in a good state of mind, will to Bonnie Respet my ability to work out personal problems, keep out of trouble, get along with boys and cause an explosion in Chemistry. I, Margaret Faher, will to Adeline Trovato the right to watch over that certain boy who drives a blue Mercury from Windber. I, Carol Fessler, will to Dolly and Vicki, the ton- sillitis kid {Darlene Bakale); and to Marjorie John- son, the ability to get along with Paul Ressler. I, Marilyn Fuller, will to a nice Sophonnore girl a certain Senior boy. I, Ron Garanich, will my broken pencils to the Broken Pencil Club. I, Carole Hoffman, will to my cousin, Lynn, my seat in Room 208; to Connie Berkibile will go my short- hand book; and to Leona Meir my seat m band and nny band locker. I, Dennis Houghton, will to Carl Blough my Honest John to take care of when I go to the Air Force. I, EileenHudak, will to Jackie and Joanie a thumb so they can get to Portage . I will my seats in Mr. Baldacchino ' s classes to Ginny and to Mr. Corle a dishwasher. I, Sandy Hynds, will to a certain sophomore girl my buddy Bob Hocevar. I, Judy Johnson, will to my brother David my ability to have leaking apparatus in every Chennistry ex- pe riment. I, Sandra Kinley, will to the Honne Ec class a cow so they don ' thave to use dry milk and have hamburgers all the time. I, Carole Layman, will to Bev Horner nny chair in band. 62 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Joanne Milchak, will to Jeanne Kovach, my ability to get along with Clarence Rose; and to my sister Marilyn, the ability to have as much fun as I did on the Senior trip without Arch. I, Lucki Miller, will to my sister, my car to get to school a nd a certain senior boy. I also will to any Junior, my seat in Room 208. I will to Leroy and Allen the ability to stop fighting with that cute sopho- more girl. I, John O ' Cilka, bequeath to Alf Silk my seat in Trig class . I, Mary Ann Osargos.will to Dave Louder all nny brains to replace those which he never had. I, Karen O ' shersky, will all my thanks and gratitude to Mr. Krajnak for his kind and generous advice. I, Barbara Ov- ' ens, will my broken locker and my corner in the band room to Barbara Layman. I also will Dorothy Hocevar the ability to get along with Mr, Krajnak. I, Bob Patrick, will my bass drum, to Rodger Hough- ton. I, Wanda Reighard, will to Romeo Mike Drobnick, who thinks he can handle any girl, the right to take out 3 seniors at one time, - Faher, Milchack, and Reighard. I, James Ringler, will my ability to get people con- fused to anyone who wants it. I, Eddie Ripper, will to my brother ' Curp ' nny fast movennent. I, L i z Rodgers, will Glenda Reighard my ability to get along with Mr. Corle in P.O.D. I, Virginia Sepp. will to Adeline Trovato, a certain boy that drives a new Chevrolet. Good luck with him! I, Henri Serre, will my special eating place at noon hour to the Dunlo boys. I, Henry Smith, will to my brother, Gerald, my seat on the bus , and my new spark plug goes to Connie Berkibile. I, Janet Solar, will to the Honorable David Hentz one chocolate covered sardine. I, Christi Stinebiser, will a certain senior girl all the boys she can get her claws in - except one. I, Donna Thomas, will to Merrily Kodis nny seat m Mr. Tu r c h e tta s World History Class; and to Carolyn Mihalick nay seat in back of the Chemistry Class. I, Judy Tully, will to every Junior student the ability to have the fun I had on the senior trip and also the ability to get alone with Mr. Corle in P.O.D. I, Carolyn Verotsky. will to Adeline Trovato the ability to follow the crazy jitterbug steps of the Johnstown boys. I, Jeanne Winder, will to Cookie and Eddie all the happiness, luck, and success which C. Gmeiner and I have shared; 1 also will my cheerleading ability to Cookie Canonnie. I, Beverly Ann Wise, will to Merrily Kodis nny ability to keep calm when things go wrong in band. I, Nancy Wissmger, will good luck to all the Seniors next year. 1, Mane Wonyetye, will all the wonderful times Jeanne and I had to any underclassman with a sense of humor and a close friend. 1, Michael Barelich, will Raymond Single the ability to pass bookkeeping. I.Martha Bartko, will my niajorette boots and baton to any Freshman who is willing to freeze at the football gannes, and to Vivian Yonkoski my first pe riod band. I, Geneva Manges, will to my sister Judy, the courage that it took for me to go to classes without my home- work. I, Susan Buchosky. will to Barb Ressler the privi - lege of u s i n g the cage in the cellar of the Eureka store in Windber. I, Ruth McCloskey. will my heartfelt thanks to Mr. Michael Krajnak who has been the most helpful, and understanding person. I, Marlene Brough, will to Mary Ann Korenoski my hair brush which I have had the pleasure of using the past year for it was willed to me by Bill Wolford in 1957, 63 : 3 K ? SC-Pi C3: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The 1958 Mirage was made possible through the efforts of our faculty advisor, Miss Dolores Panchisin, the co-operation of the Adams-Summerhill Joint High School Administration and Faculty, the excellent photography by Joseph E. Cove r Studios , the fine work by the D e 1 m a r Studios . and our advertisers , subsc ribers , and friends who contributed most generously. We wish to thank each and every- one . The Mirage Staff 64 rAV ■ ' -1 . V Compliments of U.M.W.A. LOCAL UNION 3648 St. Michael, Pennsylvania Compliments of LADIES AUXILIARY OF THE ST. MICHAEL VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY NO. 2 St. Michael, Pennsylvania Compliments of AMERICAN LEGION POST 551 St. Michael, Pennsylvania G. B. U Summerhill, Pennsylvania WERFEL DESOTO PLYMOUTH SALES Summerhill, Penns ylvania KICKS AMOCO SERVICE STATION Route 53 Summerhill, Pennsylvania KIME HOTEL Summerhill, Pennsylvania LITTLE CHEF DRIVE-IN Summerhill, Pennsylvania McCALLS Rambler Sales Service Summerhill. Pennsylvania GENERAL SERVICE STATION Sumnnerhill, Pennsylvania ' ,cr -o= ' ' -? -t:xr ' : T. ' S: ' ' ' «» r ' 5 ?==»! SUMMERHILL HEATING SERVICE Summerhill, Pennsylvania D. P. LUTHER Chevrolet Sales Service Salix, Pennsylvania MILLER MOTOR COMPANY Ford f Mercury Sales Service , 5alix, Penns ylvania EUREKA STORE St. Michael, Pennsylvania ST. MICHAEL BANK St. Michael, r liliiylvania ADAMS-TOWNSHIP TEEN CANTEEN St. Michael, Pennsylvania SUMMERHILL BEVERAGE CO. Summerhill, Pennsylvania KIRBY ' S SUPER MARKET Summerhill. Pennsylvania CLAYCOMB ' S STORE Summerhill, Pennsylvania FRANKLIN H. PENROD Plumbing Electrical work Summerhill. Pennsylvania REGIS PLACE Dine and Dance Summerhill, Pennsylvania LENTINE ' S BARBER SHOP St. Michael, Pennsylvania HOTEL ST. MICHAEL St. Michael, Pennsylvania HONADLE ' S BARBER SHOP St. Michael, Pennsylvania ST. MICHAELS SERVICE STATION St. Michael, Pennsylvania OSWALT ' S AMOCO SERVICE St. Michael, Pennsylvania CLEMENT ' S HOTEL St. Michael, Pennsylvania WISE ' S NEWS AGENCY St. Michael, Pennsylvania SARA ' S BEAUTY SHOP St. Michael, Pennsylvania FRAIKAR ' S STORE Eureka 42, Pennsylvania CLIFFORD W. EPPLEY Contractor R.D. 1 South Fork, Pennsylvania LEVELL HENDRICKSON Radio-TV Service St. Michael, Pennsylvania PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. L. Claude Amps Mr. and Mrs. Evan Bakale Mr. John Bartko Jr. Bertha Berkebile Myrtle Berkebile Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bimle Mr. and Mrs, A. Bossi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bossi Mrs. Florence Bourdess Mrs. Clarence Bunt Mr. Rex Burkey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Claycomb Mrs. Stella Cullen Mr. and Mrs. John Fyfe Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garanich and Sons Mr. and Mrs, John Garanich Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry George Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haberl Mr. Ray Haman Mr. and Mrs. Levell Hendrickson Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hocevar Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Horner Mrs. Margaret Hynds Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Johns Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Keilman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kodis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kovach Mr. Harry Lohr Mrs. Helen Lydic Mr. Joe Mattes mem . PATRONS Miss Magdeline McCall Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McNertney Mr. Ray Moriarity Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgart Mr. and Mrs. John Ocilka Mr. and Mrs. David Owens Mr. Richard Owens Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson and Son Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Patterson Miss Twila Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rebochak Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Richie Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schrift Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schrift Mtf. Margaret Singer Bertha Smay (Mrs.) Mr. Robert B. Smith Mrs. Mary T. Smith Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Stapleton Mr. Robert Swansboro Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor Miss Audrey Tully Mr. Ernest Turgeon Miss Helen C. Wess Mrs. Hilda White Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wicks Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Perry Zerefoss Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zombeck The Flower in the Bottle Beauty Shop A friend from Summerhill c?-:cr ai :--;-i •;x: G ' V» irr5 M TKT JB V ' , ■ VS -,;; ' t «j:: ' - 4 -■J •.- - i-. -i?? . i- ■ f S c Sa i

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