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STUDENT LIFE 43
MUSIC 63 ATHLETICS
"Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And in departing, leave behind us,
Footprints on thc sands of time. "
As wo 9,0 through Iifo wo not only
Ieavo footprints in tht, sands of umo but
footprints on the bridf cs as wp cross from one,
achievemont to a st111hi,hc,r oaI
Editor in Chief
Advertising . .
Mary Ann Kireta
. Jim Allburn
. . Nancy Anderson
. . Charles Babbitt
. . Dan Sabol
Mr. Paul Cassidy
REVEREND F. W. HARTHAN
We, as the last class graduating from Albion Area High School,
take this opportunity to thank Mr. Harthan for his contribution to the
Albion Schools. Mr. Harthan has long been a symbol of Albion Schools,
where he taught in the social study department for twenty-six years.
He began teaching in Ohio in 1894.
Mr. Harthan's life was devoted to the development of character
in young people, and for that the students and administration of A1-
bion I-Iigh School wish to dedicate this yearbook to him.
DOCTOR L. R. UMBURN
The Senior Class of 1958 wishes to express their gratitude and
appreciation to the late Doctor Umburn, who so faithfully served our
community for nearly fifty years. He will long be remembered for
his co-operation and outstanding contributions to the school.
The more prominent attributes of his character were unsel-
fishness and kindness to his fellow man. Always willing to help or
care for the sick, "Doc" impressed himself lastingly in the minds
ALBION AREA SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
The members of the School Board are C Ernest Kennedy Charles H Marshall
Merle I3 Sawdy Ellsworth Sherman Willard Johnson William Young Harry Gevin
Mrs Agnes Mwdar and W11l1am Har ringtorl.
The Albion Area School Board is headed again this year by PresidentErnest
Kennedy. His endless effort and time spent with the board deserves much praise and
Very unportant people ln any school are the helpers whlch mclude the bus drxvers and
cafeterla workers Through 1ll klnds of weather 11kSlIl'll.1ll'l6Il our bus dr1vers go on, when the
noon bell rlngs you can be sure that the laches ln the cafeterla w1ll be busy preparmg, and servmg,
excellent meals to our student body Wlth the comblned effort of these school helpers our school
IS run successfully We wlsh to express to them our s1ncere apprecmuon 1nd thanks
Mr Ned B1shop the School Custod1an also
deserves many thanks Our school IS clean and neat
due to lus countless unseen dunes
In the lower corner is Mr Charles Marshall the
school secretary who should be included Thanks!
To the 1958 Graduates, Albion Area High School:
You have reached an important place in your life's
journey -- graduation from high school. You have achieved
this worthy goal as a result of much sacrifice and toil, not
only by you, but also by many other people. We are proud
of you, your efforts, and your records. We are confident
you can and will take your rightful place in our society, and
that you will substantiate our faith in you.
While you are leaving our direct supervision, we wish
to assure you that we shall always consider you "our"
pupils, and we shall be most pleased to continue to help you
in any way we can.
Congratulations and the "Best" of everything.
CHARLES C. GILBERT CUnkj
"Message To The eniors"
So nigh is grandeur to our dust,
So near is God to man,
When duty whispers low, "Thou must
The youth replies, "I can."
Dear Alhi Graduates of 1958:
Through the years of school life, you have met well
the challenge of Emerson's words inscribed on the PIHQUC
on the Alhi lobby. Face now the challenge of duty in your
"Sputnik" world with a like fortitude. Remember that det-
ermination, friendliness, honesty, persistence and reverence
are essential qualities of a successful life of service in your
space age, as they were in the days of Emerson.
Come home to Alhi, sometimes. Happiness and success
to each one of you.
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AMBITION: Pilot atom powered
Jeff Chand1er's stand-in. . .Seen
at candy counter. . . Debonair Min-
AMBITION: To see the world . . .
Seen at the show . . . Quiet but,
oh my! . . . Likes to "Poke"
NANCY L. ANDERSON
AMBITION: Draw shmooes for Walt
Disney . . . Little brat in the class
plays . . . Practicing to bea number
AMBITION: Find a cute blond.
Crew-cut Casanova in a real hot
Ford. . .a football crown decor-
ates his dresser. . .Jim's candy
AMBITION: Be on a lonely road with
Gina Lollobridgida. . .Carried the
"Doc" kit for the gridiron runners.
. .Really knows the score at bas-
AMBITION: To be a secretary. . .
Shy Gal. . .Tops in the commer-
cial field. . .Pretty smile sets off
her face to perfection.
AMBITION: Be a jet pilot. .Drives
a furniture-filled station wagon. .
.Real hep on stage managing. . .Fu-
ture hopes include dating laync
AMBITION: To be a history teach-
He enjoys putting around Lake Erie
during the summer. . .Avid Canasta
player. . .Strong silent type.
AMBITION: G0 Steady.
Blackface jokester. . .A real ar-
dent pizza fan. . .Really hep on the
AMBITION: Medical Lab Tech-
Front row tenor. . .Seen juggling
test tubes in the lab. . .Drives a
"57" black and white Chevie.
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AMBITION: Excavation Contractor.
Plans to dig a hole to China. . .
Drives a flashy DeSoto. . .Seen with
Dan. . .This gentlemen prefers blon-
ANN LEE FIELD
AMBITION: Medical assistant sec-
Extremely fond q?J of the Air Borne.
. .One of those flirtatious, "Alhi
AMBITION: Work for the F.B.l.
Seen at the "Perry" candy counter.
. .Really likes those fellas. . .Home
Economic courses prepare her for
AMBITION: Go to college.
A real math whiz. . .Red-headed
skin-beater. . .Student director for
the Senior Play. . .Carefree and
AMBITION: Work his way through
Business Manager for the Senior
Play. . .Quiet, studious type. . .Seen
working in the library.
COURSE: Industrial Arts
AMBITION: Drive race cars.
Long sideburns. . .really tricky.
. .Gone on that Sophomorel. . .A
real hep hunter.
AMBITION: Be a doctor.
Visitor at 15 Second Avenue. . .
Portrayed "Sammy" in "A Ready-
Made Family". . .Active in foot-
ball and track.
AMBITION: To be a carpenter or
Seen with Tom and George. . .
Really goes for hunting. . .Sixth
period ZITI classes see him every
AMBITION: To play major league
Sccrctly desires to beat Bob Fel-
lers strike out record. . .Really
gets those rebounds on the court.
AMBITION: Retire to the South Sea
Islands and eat bananas.
Seen in the Library. . .Faithful mem-
ber of the stage crew for class
AMBITION: Be a state cop.
Mighty hunter. . .Goes for out-of-
town gals. . .Seen on the gridiron
AMBITION: To be a girls' gym
Haunts the pool room. . .Really
did a "bang-up job in the Junior and
Senior Plays. . .Wants to start a
men's Slenderella Salon.
COURSE: Home Economics
AMBITION: To be a nurse.
West Virginia accent. . .Enjoys art
class. . .Good natural athlete.
MARY ANN KIRETA
AMBITION: To become a secretary
or a receptionist.
Longs to be able to wear one of
Kim Novak's dresses. . .Money-
wise redhead. . .Vibrant alto. . .
Thinks Jeff Chandler is terrific.
AMBITION: To have a home of her
Pert, peppy and happy with J im and
Kim. . .Welcome transfer from
M 'XRGARET MITCHE LL
AMBITION: To be a nurse.
Plays a swinging sax. . .Really
went over "Big" in the Senior Play.
. .Would like to be a woman cop
so she could pinch Mr. Dovensky.
COURSE: Vocational Agriculture
AMBITION: Own a farm . . . One
of those famous "Anderson Square
Dancers" . . . Friendly farmer
who longs to own a pink Cadil-
AMBITION: Own a '55 Red Chevy.
Seen making sodas at Bunny's . . .
Really enjoys a good joke . . .
A sparkling, personality . . . Bub-
bles all over.
AMBlTlONg Work for the F.B.I.
Shy gal. . .Everybodys friend. . .
Secretly desires to go around the
world in 80 days. . .Seen in the
Needs a new alarm clock. . .Wants
to own a "T" Bird someday. . .
Shy Romeo. . .An asset to the
baseball team. . .Really makes those
shots in basketball. . .Seen with
AMBITION Go to College
THE POOL HALL KID Is vomg
to be the fxrst to rtde 1n the Sput
luck Lxvens up Fourth Per1od
AMBITION To be a chemtst
Future plans lnclude p1ay1ngGordon
Hathaway on the Steve Allen Show
Plays a real coolClar1net.
Expert paper eurplane avlator
Freckle faced bully 111 the Jumor
AMBITION To travel
Pretty member of the May Queen
Court. D1gs baby blue eyes and
red halr Tough dectston to make?
AMBITION To get up tn the morn
mg and feel wtde awake
Frlendly red head Long bratcls
AMBITION: To be an automobile
AMBITION: Live an easy life.
Star on the football field too. . .
Our own Bob Cousy. . . Big pool
shark. . .Really attracts the female
COUSE: Vocational Agriculture
AMBITION: Be an aircraft mechan-
Quiet farm boy who hunts and fishes
most of his spare time. . .Rods
a tractor at R.F.D. Albion.
PATRICIA LOU RINDO
AMBITION: Kindergarten Teacher.
She'd adore to dance all night with
Ricky Nelson. . .Snare Drummer for
Pep Band. . .A real goin' gal in
a Big Black Merc.
AMBITION: Get a job.
Yearns to get a new car. . .One
of Miss Kenneys' ambitious f?J En-
glish students. . .Spends most ofhis
time enjoying life.
JAMES A. ROBB
AMBITION: Electronics Engineer
Digs anything electric. . .Dancing
drummer boy at Alhi. . .Really threw
the audience at the Senior Play with
AMBITION: Areonautical engineer.
Entertaining public speaker. . .Goes
wild for the sophomore class. . .
Equally enthusiastic about chemistry
AMBITION: Home Economics
Plans to be the first Lady Presi-
dent. . .Warbled many solos both
at vespers and the Minstrel.
AMBITION: Airline hostess.
An angora ring on her finger. . .
Watchest number 32 in basketball.
. .This ga1's figure should be seen
AMBITION: Be a successful far-
Yearns to own a souped up car. . .
This skilled hunter can also farm
up a storm.
COURSE: Industrial Arts
AMBITION: Lead a happy success-
A real hep football player. . .Wow's
them all with his crazy jokes. . .
A real camera fiend.
AMBITION To be a secretary
Can type up a storm Her pony
ta11 g1VCS cause for comment
Seen IH the offtce Gets a real
luck out of those crazy parues
DIANA MILDRED SHEARER
Seen 1n a hot 57 Ford Plays
trumpet 1n our Alh1 Band Smgs
flrst soprano tn our m1xed chorus
Prefers the qu1etstud1ous type
AMBITION To graduate w1th a
Says she IS gonna be a mud ln
a boys dorm Blond bombshell
AMBITION Flnd a gentleman w o
Pamtbrush Ill hand she can really
do some clever tucks Plays
p1ano for chorus
IXMBITION Own the Klllg Rmch 1n
Plans to beat Sputmck to Mars
and clatm It for herself Smgs
flrst soprano ln mlxed chorus
COURSE: Industrial Arts
AMBITION: To be a stock car driv-
One of these days he plans to run
a sports car in the corridors of
our Alma Mater. . .Quiet hunter.
AMBITION: Succeed in whatever he
Pining for a '58 Olds. . .This grid
runner sure kept the holes open for
the Alhi eleven.
AMBITION: To be a home eco-
Really excells in G.A.A. . .Good
natured, and plans to be an assist-
ant to Carol Rogers as a house
AMBITION: Graduate with a signed
Plans to get married and raise lit-
tle Adamsons. In the car line, she
prefers green and white Fords. Sings
soprano in chorus.
AMBITION: To find a good Chris-
Seen in the cafeteria. . .This girl's
high Christian standards would do
justice to the best.
AMBHION Be 1 meclnmc
Those bwby blue eyes send the falr
er sex Yewrns to own a Cor
Vette qeen Wllll DICX lles
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COURSE X5 I'lCl11IllI"l1
Likes to race mrs Qeen ln lblne
Pontnc W1Ill 1 eertnn blue eyed
blonde PI'CSldLIllI of F I' A
One of Mr Vmssers ever lovln
The class of 1958 was headed by James Allburn. HIS cabmet cons1sted of Paul
absent when the p1cture was taken.
The Before 1946 and After 1958
Parobeck, Vice-President: Margaret Mitchell, Secretary: and Harold Geobleg who was
BEST STUDENTS - Frances Seipler - Ben Greer
BEST ACTORS - Leo Keiser - Nancy Anderson BEST DANCERS - Ann Field - John Demmery
T BEST SPORTSMANSHIP
1' Duane Taylor
,X Janice Taylor
BEST SUBJECT STUDENTS
Judy Smith, Artg Mary Ann Kireta, Commereialg Jan Taylor, Home 530301111353
Margie Mitchell, Musieg Ben Greer, Academicg Woody Mooney, Agriculture.
The Class of 1958, Albion Area High School, being, of sound mind and body, make this their last
will and testament and therefore bequeath the followinc, to their fellow students teachers and friends.
'xl artha Allen
Ruth C ard
1 rank C 'trter
William Const dine
Ann Lee l'1eld
Adele I ritz
llarold t eoble
C harles Q raham
Riehard L I'eSl1
eeor t Guriel
l ranklin llirby
Donna Mae leinney
Xlwr 1l'et Xlitehell
Ceor e Nelson
Puth N1 1
Steph n Onest
My Candy sellinf' Job at noon
My Parakeet seed
My sophistieated parts in the
Junior and Senior plays
My varsity managine, job
My l'n lish elasses
Intuition of being boss
My J V Euperience
My ability to get to school
Gettin to school at twenty
Ability to play leap frog
my typinf errors
my math elasses
y little black book
y battinfr averafte
talent for trouble
About fifty pounds
ller place in tl1e senio class
My Job at Bush s
suceess in marrtaf e
y bloomers from the Senior Play
John Dem m ery
My llth grade brother
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Anyone who wants to Hunk
Carol Borland Taylor
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CLASS HIS TORY
Well eleven years of school have come and gone and here we are Senlors We are now awaltlng what
the future w1ll brmg What wlll our career be? W111 we marry or stay S1l'lg16'7 W111 our ambttlons meet
success? We can now look back and remember the 6XC1I1Hg yet funny and Ch11d1Sh thlngs we d1d 1n our
flrst years of school
Remember ID our Freshman year how we suffered through the rxgors of an lmtlatlon put on by the
Sophomores and stlll sm1led'P We also sponsored our very f1rst record dance By the mme we were Sopho
mores we felt llke professlonals when we put on the annual SADIE HAWKINS dance.
In our Junlor year we were really busy We put on all sorts of dances THE SOCK HOP THE CORN
BALL and the PANDA HOP At the PANDA HOP we mtroduced the xdea of class mascots Ours was a
Teddy Bear and the gym was decorated Wlth as many of them as It could posslbly hold. They were hanglng
from the basketball hoops Slttlllg on the bleachers and there was a good slzed plle of them ln the mlddle
of the floor We used the money from these events to put on the ,Tumor Semor Prom and Banquet.
Another money maklng project was the .Tumor Play WI-lO'S A SISSYV It was presented ln Aprll
and was a huge success No one w1l1 ever forget how scared he was just before the f1rst curtaln went up
The Prom and Banquet the blggest events of the year were held by the Junlors as usual Only thls
nc everythlng wasn t usual because WE were the ,Tumors The Banquet was held ID the Catechetlcal
Center and was decorated 1n the Junlor Class colors of Green and Whlte The Prom was at the hlgh school
Gym and lts theme was Down by the Old Mlllstream. W111 you ever forget how we palnted the old m1ll
and the strugghng to put up the theme name? Those good umes w1ll be hard to forget Someumes the mlll
wheel squeaked so loudly that Ilmmy Shea s orchestra could hardly be heard But on the whole It was a
be1ut1ful Prom and everyone enjoyed themselves xmmensely The ,Tumors just sat and looked and rem
embered the jumble the gym had been just a few hours before
The Semor play A READY MADE FAMILY was an even greater success than the ,Tumor play had
been. However we made It through that and after a hectlc Sen1or year we flnally marched down the aud1
tor1um alsle to the War March of the Prlests 'md took our seats on the stage We llstened to the fare
well speeches recelved our d1p1omas and sang the Alma Mater All of a sudden there we were the
Alma Mater st1ll 1n our ears Alumml
As the last class to graduate from Alblon Area Hxgh School we would 11ke to thank the teachers of
Alhl for puttlng up w1th us for so many years We hope that everyone has as much fun IH thelr h1gh school
days as we d1d Good luck to you all ln the future
ALBION HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER
SCHOOL WE LOVE SO WELL
LET EACH LOYAL SON AND DAUGHTER
LOUD YOUR PRAISES TELL
TIME AND FATE WILL BEAR US ONWARD
SCATTER US AFAR
LET THE LESSONS YOU HAVE TAUGHT US
BE OUR GUIDING STAR.
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MRS DOROTHY SHAFFER
MONICA LISECK BLANCHE HILL
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ASSISIHJII Sourot rms
DR BETTY BROWN
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FIRST ROW SECOND ROW
B. Rgiades Mr. King
M. Consedine P. Van Slyke
D. Hull D. TaY101'
L. Madden J. Steinhoff
J. Chromik S. Leopold
The Junior Class, headed by President Eugene
O'Leary, found themselves quite busy this year.
The outstanding event was the Junior - Senior Prom
entitled "Shangri-la." The Prom, which took place
on May 9, was very originally decorated in an
Along with the Prom, the Juniors also pre-
sented a class play, the Junior - Senior Banquet,
and several dances.
Assisting Gene in his position were D. Hull,
Vice-Presidentg L. Madden, Secretaryg and P. Pod-
luzne, Treasurer. The Advisor was Mrs. Jean O'-
Leary. The class mascot was the kangaroo, 'Leap-
A. Van Meter
FIRST ROW SECOND ROW
D. Melnic Mrs. Shaffer
D. Iiillister M. Fleish
J. Eskins E. Rouse
D. Artello J. Matthias
J. Fritzges G. Burnett
N. Yusko B. LePosa
M. Black B. Hirby
I. Beebe I. Boodly
Led by President Ellen Leehan, the Sophomores'
biggest event was a Sa.die Hawkins Dance. The other
officers include Vice-President, Susan Bartong Secre-
tary, John Kohutg and Treasurer, Shirley Chromik.
The class undertook a very successful Heart Fund
Campaign for which they were highly praised. The
class decided upon a tiger for their class mascot.
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J . Youschak
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8th Grade Homerooms
Y. Van Meter
B . Tercho
7th Grade Homerooms
Basketball Alb1on at Strong Vmcent
l3 Football Edrnboro at
20 Fa1rv1ew at A1b10ll
Alb1on at Umon C1ty
GE House of Magtc
Weslcyvlllc at A1b1on
Albron at North East
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A1b1on at Lawrence Park
G1rard at Albron
Alb1on at Waterford
Iumor Tn H1 Y Inducuon
Sad1e Hawklns Dance
FFA Donkey Basketball game
East H19 at Alb1on
VSISIIY A Dance
Conneaut Valley at A1b1on
Alblon at Cambrrdge
Iunror High playday
A1b1on at Lawrence Park
Modern MUSIC Masters Inducuon
Albron at Weslcyvrlle
Cambndge at A1b1on
Chrrstmas Vacauon bcgms
PTA Chnstmas Dance
End of Vacatlon
Alblon at G1rard
McKean at A1b1on
Albron at Lawrence Park
Sprrngfleld at Alb1on
A1b1on at Edxnboro
A1b1on at Conneaut Valley
Falrvxew at A1b1on
FHA Dane L,
G1rard at A1b1on
Alb1on McKean at HIYVILW
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21 FTA Dance
25 Antr1m Bureau
End of Vacauon
Student Councrl Conventron
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Wes Hopkms Dance
Baseball A1b1on at Spnngfreld
Alblon at Fa1rv1ew
West Spnngfreld at Alblon
,Tumor Senlor Banquet
Jumor Sen1or Prom
Fa1rv1ew at A1b1on
Alb1on at G1rard
VHISIFY A Dance
Nat1onal Honor Soc1ety Inducuon
Senror Awards Assembly
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SUBSCRIPTIONS PHOTOGRAPHY ART
The C3SS1dY Camera Club has long, been an 1nst1tut1on at A.u'l.l Wherever p1ctures are to be taken,
the Camera Club members appear Included 1n then' acuvmes are takmg all Yearbook, Prom, and Mm
strel p1ctures Thexr advlsor xs Mr Paul Cass1dy
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The Student Council had a very busy year. The members sponsored all antrim bureau programs,
conducted a contest which named the new joint Springfield-Albion High School, and also conducted a con-
test to name the team and choose the colors for the new Northwestern High School. They are mainly a
group which represents a student government within the school itself, and solve many problems for the
students and faculty of Alhi. Eight members of the council represented Albion at the annual Student Coun-
cil Convention held at Girard. The officers, under Advisor Mr. Darwin Cook were: James Allburn,
Presidentg Susan Leopold, Vice-Presidentg Ellen Leehan, Secretary: and Steve Onest, Treasurer.
The Indian Dispatch is the high school
newspaper. It is published once a week and
is available to all the students free ofcharge.
The cost of supplies and expenses are paid
for by the school board. The members
follow a stiff schedule to get the paper out
once a week, but they do a fine job and every
Tuesday morning the students at Alhi look
forward to the Indian Dispatch. Advisors are
Mrs. Mary Stearns and Miss Joanna Robb.
Carol Rogers was Editor: Patti Podluzne,
Co-Editor, Jerry Leehan, Set-up-Editorg and
Linda Stanton, Features.
Varshy " H
The Varsity "A" is a club of senior
high students who have earned a letter in
some Varsity activity at Alhi. The club
sponsored several record dances, one of
which featured Wes Hopkins, and also backed
a bake sale. All of the money earned went
toward buying sweaters for the seniors. Mr.
Jack Hill was the Advisor. The officers
were: Mary Ann Kireta, President, Bi1lGa1-
lant, Vice-Presidentg Ann Lee Field, Sec-
retaryg and Nancy Anderson, Treasurer.
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Smoke Signals, written by Susan Leo-
pold is a we-:kly column in the A lbion News.
It is news concerning the activities and stu-
dents at Alhi.
War Drums, written
by Jerry Leehan, appears
also in the Albion News.
It is a coverage of all the
K sports activities at Alhi.
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The Future Farmers
of America is an educa-
tional club closely con-
nected with the vocational
ayiculture course. One of
its purposes is to develop
leadership and further
interest in farming.
The club is very a.c-
tive under the direction of
Mr. Russell Wasser. They
feature many projects in
the Albion Fair, and sent
several members to the
Farm Show in Harrisburg,
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makers of America had
their induction service on
October 1, 1957 and nine-
teen were inducted. The
club advisor is Mrs. Caro-
lyn Shaffer, and the four
officers are: President,
Janice Taylor, Vice-Presi-
dent, Pat Podluzneg Secre-
tary, Ann Lee Field, and
A very active club, they
participated in an Essay
contest, sold sweat-shirts
and cook books, presented
their annual May Day cere-
mony, and sent representa-
tives to the State Confer-
ence at Penn State.CAt-
tendance a.t a. sub -regional
meeting was among their
President . . . . . . Ann Lee Field
Vice-President . . . . . Mary Ann Kireta
Secretary . . .... Linda Kireta
Treasurer ...... . . . Nancy Anderson
Chaplain ........ . . . Susan Leopold
Program Chairman . . . . . Patti Rindo
The Hi-Y Club is another of
the busy clubs at Alhi. They began
the year with a candle light service
and induction of officers. Three of
the members represented Albion
when the Y.M.C.A. sponsored Youth
in Government Assembly on Febru-
ary 28 and March 1. The assem-
blymen were Dick Cassidy, J im
Robb, and Gary Robinson. Officers
under Advisor, Mr. Paul Taylor
President ........ Gary Robison
Vice-President ..... Ben Greer
Secretary .... .... D an Miles
Treasurer . . . . Larry Kaufer
Chaplin . . . . . . Paul Parobeck
The Tri-Hi-Y had a very busy
year. First they held a candle light
service at which the officers for
1957-58 were inducted. They sent
a basketful of food to a needy fam-
ily at Thanksgiving and one at Eas-
ter. They played Santa Claus for
some small children at Christmas,
and sent candy to the Erie County
Infirmary on Va1entine's Day.Seven
members attended a conference at
Franklin in April, and Susan Bar-
ton represented our club at theGen-
eral Assembly in Harrisburg early
in May. The officers under advisor,
Miss Katherine Kenney were:
The aviation club is one of
Alhi's newer clubs. It consists of
a group of boys interested in aer-
onautics. These boys spent many
club hours in figuring out different
flights, flight times, conditions of
weather, and other aeronautical sub-
jects. They learned to read weather
maps and studied the different air-
planes. The advisors ofthe club were
Mr. ,Tack Hill and Mr. Russellwas-
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The Service Club consists of
Junior High boys who are called upon
to set up the bleachers for pep
meetings and basketball games, set
up the stage, and do general jobs
around the school for faculty and
students. The club advisor is Mr.
,Toe Liseck, and has no officers.
The officers of this club are: Ruth Card, PresidentgGrace Gevin, Vice-Presid-:ntg Peggy
Kemling, Secretaryg and Florence McCabe, Treasurer.
The Future Business Leaders
of America Club is headed by Miss
Joanna Robb. The purpose of this
organization is to develop and en-
courage an interest in the field of
business as an occupation.
Nine of these F.l3.L,A. mem-
bers attendcd the Region I Meeting
at Youngsville on March 27. They
also sponsored their annual PGP
Dance. Another project was selling
The Future Teachers of America is another of the popular clubs at Alhi. The purpose of
this club is to teach the students how to get along and converse with other people. It also teaches
them some of the duties and what is expected of a teacher. Several members of the club
attended two of the F.T.A. Conferences, one at Lawrence Park and one at Edinboro.
The club sponsored a record dance featuring "F1attop" from Erie. The money from this
dance was to go as a scholarship to a senior interested in teaching. They also sponsored a candy
sale at noon hour. Mr. Paul Taylor and Mr. Sam Cianflocco were advisors for the club.
The officers of this club were:
Carol Rogers, Presidentg George
Maksin, Vice-President: Janice
Taylor, Secretaryg and Fred Tay-
The Historians Club is agroup
of Junior and Senior high students
who enjoy the study of history. The
club sponsored many activities in-
cluding a movie entitled "Helen of
Troy" for the student body.
Mr. Jack Hill was the Advisor
for the club. The officers were:
Charles Northrup, PresidentgLarry
Sawdy, Secretaryg and George King,
The Library Club consists of
students who help the librarian, Miss
Pfau, take care of the library books.
The officers of this club are: Ken
Graff, Presidentg Nick Donch, Vice-
Presidentg Peggy Kemling, Secre-
tary: and Tom Duda, Treasurer.
To raise money for the pur-
chase of new books and the re-
pairing of old ones, the club spon-
sored bake sales and candy sales.
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Since biology is the study
of life, these students have
gained knowledge of the sim-
plest through to the most com-
plex forms. They also worked
diligently on annual projects.
French I, in addition to
vocabulary and grammar, has
as its aim the study of the
language with emphasis upon
many French expressions cur-
French II continues with
advanced grammar and syntax
as well as focusing study upon
the contributions made by
France to the heritage of the
The Chemistry Class of
1957-58 was one of the best.
We read, discussed and experi-
mented in thc fascinating field
of electron-atoms and mole-
cules. We came to appreciate
and understand many of the
wonders of chemical changes
in our world.
'l'hc Physics Class was
small, but very high-quality.
We studied and experimented
with many of the physical won-
ders of our world. We built
rockets, jet motors, and air-
planes to take to the County
Ihe non tcadeimc group
of seniors studied advinced
general science Fhey were
busy applying scientific prm
eip es to daily livinc needs
Senior Mathematics is not primarily a
class for seniors. Rather, it is the general
course in mathematics designed for those people
in senior high school who are not specializing
in academic work and who have taken no other
math. It is a practical course planned to meet
the needs of the average citizen in buying, selling,
Algebra II is taught for the students who
are going to college or to some trade school.
It is given to those students who plan to con-
tinue with science or math. Others may elect
it, if they so desire.
Plane Geometry is offered for the academic
students who plan to enter a college requiring
it. Also, it is taken as an elective by many who,
for one reason or another, desire it.
Solid Geometry is a one-semester subject
taught exclusively for college-going students.
Along with it, since it does not require full time,
is taught an advanced work book in Algebra.
Trigonometry is given in the second
semester, following Solid Geometry. It includes
the completion of the pre-college Algebra started
in Solid Geometry in addition to work with slide
After learning the types of wood and the
uses of tools, the boys in Industrial Shop made
many useful projects. Some which were produced
included end tables, chests, gun racks, and desks.
The Art students this year made posters
for projects. During the course, perspective
drawing and character sketches were reviewed.
Also included were outdoor sketching, finger
painting, cut-outs, water colors, and charcoal
In Mechanical Drawing, the students learned
lettering, inking, and blue-print reading. The
type ofdrawings done this year were ortheographic
projections, auxiliary views and sections.
Courses given in the
junior and senior year to
give basic principles of
selling and to help students
learn the fundamentals of
business contracts and
The principles of shorthand are taught
to junior commercial students inShorthand I.
They learn to take dictation and to trans-
cribe it into business letters.
This course is of-
fered in the junior year
to commercial students.
They learn to type basic
letters and problems that
will be found in office typ-
ing. They also learn the use
of the ditto and mimeo-
llomemaking is for those girls who wish to
go to college to become home economists, or who
intend to establish homes of their own after high
school, and wish to have the skills and knowleges
necessary to maintain an efficient and happy home
life. Manual skills are developed on an equal basis
with academic learning.
Such units as Child Care and Guidance, Per-
sonality and Etiquette, Consumer Education, Textiles
and Laundering, Home Furnishings, Marriage and
Family Relations, and Home Care of the Sick are
included in the course as well as Foods, Nutrition
and Clothing courses.
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The Agriculture class was taught byMr Wasser
The Ag boys appeared on television several times
this year and had several projects. After the closing
of school the Ag boys took a trip through the South-
ern states and they all had a very enjoyable time.
They visited many farms and points of interest.
Girls' Gym classes aim to better each
girl physically, mentally and socially. Junior
high classes aim at organization and the
ability to play together. Senior high tends
to develop the skills of major sports.
The Boys' Health program emphasizes
the safety measures which are so important
in the group living situation. Here, a group
is learning about oxygen and its importance
Girls' Health classes are conducted in six
different units. These are extensive studies of the
systems of the body. How they work and what they
do. Emphasis is placed on how to maintain and keep
the body in good running order.
The Boys' Physical Education provides an out-
let for physical exertion and recreation which in
turn tends to build and develop healthy bodies. At
Alhi many different activities are given in physical
education classes to fit the needs and likes of all
The Modern Muslc Masters Natxonal Muslc Honor Soclety was organlzed ln the
SPYIDQ of 1957 under the dlrectxon of Wxlllam Kmg To be e11g1ble for membersh1p IH
the Tr1 M one must mamtaln at least a 'B average 1n both musrc and academxc
subjects pass a r1g1d exammation concermng the rules and regulatxons of the orgmza
t1on perform a solo and possess a good personahty and character Ass1st1ngMr Kmg
as the sponsor of the group are Mr Paul Taylor and Mr Charles Gllbert.
gressed the group gamed recognizanon through the student body when tt presented an
assembly 1n December Th1s assembly conslsted of the Wlnter Inductlon of new members
On March 29 1958 the group sponsored the Warsaw l-hgh School Band Concert.
The Sprmg Induct1on of new members was held 1n May wlth parents and frlends
Pres1dent Judy S mith
Vlce Pres1dent Margle Mltchell
Secretary Nancy Anderson
Treasurer Paul Parobeck
Hlstorlan Carol Rogers
The 1957-58 season began with the group selling ball point pens. As the year pro-
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presented by the M1xed Chorus on De
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Moon-Maids dancing to the
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A. Field H. Swaney
have team in
The 1958 minstrel was
described by viewers as "Al-
most Professional." The theme
was outer space and the sec-
ond act was enacted as a pic-
nic on the moon. While wait-
ing for the crew to remove
green cheese from the engine,
a variety show was held. A
few of the outstanding acts are
pictured above. Mr. King di-
rected the cast.
Dan Miles sings
Ma, She s Making
Eyes At Me"
The Satallite Brothers
in their version?'? of
"Doncha Just Know It"
The endmen for the "Min-
stre1lite" were Dan Miles
Tim Curran, John Demmery,
and Denny Hull. Each end-
man put across several funny
jokes and did his own solo.
,Tim Allburn returned for his
second year as interlocutor.
The duties of the chorus section leaders
consists of checking attendance and keeping
their section intact during rehearsals. They are
elected by the members of their section early
in the fall. This year's were: Paula Young,
alto, Gene O'Leary, Bass and Baritone, Dorothy
Taylor, First Soprano, Margie Mitchell, Second
Soprano, and not pictured was Tim Curran,
The Girls' Ensemble has had a rather
inactive year singing only at the Christmas
Vespers and the Spring Concert.
Judy Smith and Mary Silfies served as the
very able accompanists for the chorus this
year. Lois Madden also assisted them by play-
ing the organ in the Christmas Concert. This
is Judy's third year under the direction ofMr.
The Mello Dears, a division of the Girls'
Ensemble, presented several enjoyable selec-
tions at the meetings of various organizations
Many long and tedious
hours were spent in re-
hearsals by the majorettes
in preparation for their
widely known maneuvers
performed at the half time
periods of football and bas-
ketball games. The high-
stepping twirlers also par-
ticipated in the 1958
version of the "Minstrel-
Marcial Consedine and Diana Gage, the cho-
reographers, should also be commended for the
patience and planning of the twir1er's routines.
ANN LEE FIELD
Ann Lee deserves much praise
for a job well done. For the past
two years she has held the posi-
tion of Head Twirler, carefully guid-
ing and instructing the majorettes
in the fine performances.
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Varsity Football Team
Although the team trounced Union City this year, it was not the outstanding game.
A1bion's tie with Edinboro, one of the highest rated teams in the League, proved to be
the best game of the year. Because of the flu epidemic, the schedule was not completed.
The team will miss the graduating seniors: J. Allburn, C. Babbitt, B. Greer, S. Onest,
R. Patton, P. Podoll, C. Sabol, and D. Taylor.
The coaching staff consisted of: Carwin Cook, head coach ,Tack H111 assistant
coachg and Michael Dovensky, junior high coach.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
Albion 0 Edinboro
Albion 6 Fairview
Albion 14 Conneaut Valley
Albion 13 Wesleyville
Albion 16 Union City
Albion 6 Waterford
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Alblon s hope for a county champ1onsh1pvan1shed 1ntoth1rd place Probably the most
mterestmg and hardest fought games of the year were Wlth West S pr1ngf1eld each school
w1nnmg one game. Chosen for the all county squad th1s year were B1l1Gallant and Ben
Greer Ben Greer and Steve Onest represented Allu at the All Star Game. Mentor for
the Vars1ty squad IS .T ack H111
Llsted below are the games played tn the year 1957 58
' 49-59 ' '
45-52 . ' '
Wesleyville 58-59 McKean
58-66 ' '
' 55-'74 ' '
' 45-48 ' '
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Junior Varsuty Basketball
Coach Mxke Dovensky brought h1s J V team through a very successful season
Wlfllllllg fourteen games and losmg two One of the greatest tr1umphs of the season was
thexr unexpected w1n over Erxe East.
L1sted below are the games of the year 1957 58
Junuor Hugh Basketball
A crushmg blow befell the ,Tumor l-hgh team when they lost the second nlght of
the fourteenth annual tournament. They played an average season w1nn1ng slxteen
games and IOSIHQ mne Tom Thompson freshman center was chosen to be on the J'un1or
1-hgh All Tournament Team. Guldlng the team was Coach Russ Wasser
T OURNAM ENT
Alblon 19 Wattsburg 26 Alblon 44 North East 18
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Lawrence Park 32-39 McKean
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CONNEAUT VALLEY GIRARD
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ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
LAWRENCE PARK WATTSBURG
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The 1958 baseball team was under the d1I'eJCI10I'l of Mr H111. Th1s was Mr H1113
flrst year w1th the base runners
ROW ONE Mr H111 T Shearer S Onest J Maxwell R Patton J Demmery J
ROW TWO M Onest H Johnson L Rundell D Burns R Greenlee M Homansky
ROW THREE V Wheeler W Macadoo M Burnett G Gunel H Geoble P Podoll
Kuvik, R. Payne.
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Bill Gallant and Ben Greer, after winning their respective events in the county track meet, placed
high enough in the district meet to participate in the track and field meet at Penn State. Bill placed third
in the state with the javelin, with a throw of more than 183 feet, which is Albion's new school record.
Last year those who participated in the state meet were Denny Adamson, Ronald MoConegly, Sam
Palmer, and Ben Greer in the mile relay. Bill Gallant competed in the javelin throwing event.
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ROW TWO: Mr. Cianflocco, S. Mott, K. Parker, G. Guriel, W. MorleY. .T. Wolfe, J. Maxwell, R. Watrel.
ROW ONE: T. Shearer, S. Palmer, K. Allen. I. Krans, S. Onest, H. Vorse.
B Gallant J Allburn D Taylor
ALI COUNTY PLAYERS
B Gallant B Greer
ALL COUNTY PLAYERS
B. Gallant TRACK B. Greer
STATE MEET PARTICIPANTS
ALL STAR GAME
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Athletlc Assoclatxon. Thelr adv1sor IS Mr Steven Mellon.
The yearbook staff wlshes to thank and commend the graduatmg team managers
James Burrell and Danny J os11n for the faxthful way 1n whlch they performed the many
dunes and tasks of then offxce
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The G A A enjoyed a very acuve and successful year Not only dtd they
rematn undefeated through basketball but also won the County Volleyball Cham
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