Aliquippa High School - Quippian Yearbook (Aliquippa, PA)

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We fxperiment We 05.661476 L N Li ZJUWWY in 37 IRA 77215 TESTING the uses and effects of chemical elements re- quires the concentration of student-chemists Dave Neft, Mike Ditka, Steve Fedorchak, Kevin Cooney, and Frank Piotrowski with Mr. Fazio, instructor. PROPER SELECTION, use of machinery and tools is learned by vocational machinists under the direction of Mr. Hodge fcenter, rearl. Foreground: Guy Martini, L. to r.: Larry Garuccio, Tom Abayes, Bill Hines, Ed Haney. COUNTING VOTES for November's mock-election, Mr. Smith, assistant principal and history department chair- man, is aided by students from freshman, iunior, and senior history classes. WE RECOGNIZE scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Mary Ann Diaddigo lights candles for the im- pressive National Honor Society ceremony. like ee touch v EIIJMOUI' X 5 QUEEN PALMA SCARAZZO Court members Arlene Buffalini, Mary Murphy, Betty Cabot, and Patty Polis sur- round Queen Palma. ?eet6al1 Queen Election of Aliquippa High School's Foot- ball Queen is a project initiated by the Sci- ence-Movie Club this year. From candidates nominated by senior and iunior homerooms, our Queen was elected by vote of upperclass men. Following announcement of her selec tion at the Aliquippa-Erie Tech game, Queen Palma reigned at a S-M Club dance on Satur day, October 13. va Sure Queen The Good Posture program, an annual event ot senior girls' health classes, is spon- sored by arrangement ot senior health instruc- tor Mrs. Nadine Ujevich with the Earl Wheeler School of Charm. Miss Good Posture of i956 was selected by Miss Eleanor Schano, a Wheeler representative. Queen Maureen Oleska receives her crown from Miss Schano with runners-up Laura Cappella Cleftj and Betty Ronyecz. 8 and var queenA we have to prove it. Zaurel Queen candidate Shortly after commence- ment, Aliquippa H i g h School's candidate will ioin other senior girls from high schools all over the state in the annual Laurel Festival held in Wellsboro, Pa. Ini- tiated by the Wellsboro Chamber of Commerce, the Festival, so-called in com- memoration of our state flower, is climaxed by an elaborate p a g e a nt at which a Laurel Queen reigns. Our candidate and her alternate were elected by their classmates from a group of ten senior home- room nominees. Candidate Margie Dougherty frightl and Betty Cabot, alternate. Queen of llomemalzem Attaining the highest score in a written examination on homemaking knowledge and aptitudes given to senior girls, Aliquippa's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is eligible to compete for state and national hon- ors and scholarships in the General Mills' contest. Home Economics Department Head Mrs, Helen W. Ciriacy pins the Homemaker of Tomorrow award pin on Sheila Kier. 9 Special even M and actiaJitieA ill our year with werle WMV ff ,K DRIVING HARD for the Red 8- Block, our gridiron heroes GET IN THERE! says Basketball Coach Uram an oppose the Ellwood City Wolverines. from here it looks as if they all will! Service Typical of the services performed by school organizations, the distribution of March of Dimes containers throughout Aliquippa was conducted by the Hi-Y. At right, front-Postmaster Earl Cummings, Bill Piocquidio, Alfred D'Ottcxvio, rear- Bill Roberts, Donold Adams, Hi-Y sponsor. I g .z fz w ' Vi BANDSMAN Andy Babich, like his tellow instrumental- ists, gives his all for dear ol' Aliquippa High. IO N baiay Mae get leer man too! FAR LEFT: Mary Murphy QLeno the Hyenob and Jce Stuby fMGfTYiHl Somj dance the "Dogpc1tch Deligfwtf' LEFT: Mike Ditkcx fLi'l Abnerj figures there's no use runnin' from Betty Cabot fDOtSY Maeb any more! 11 49 L I2 EIINIENIS administration Administrators .. ,. 16-17 Teaching Staff .,,,.. ,.... 1 8-24 Oltice Staffs ..... 25-27 classes Seniors . ............ Hall of Fame ........ Juniors . ..,....... .. activities Quippian .....,..,..,. Student Council ....,........,. National Honor Society ..,. athletics Football .,... Basketball ......,..,, Cross Country ....,.. Track ....4,........,...,, Patrons and Advertising ..... . 30-52 . 54-55 56-60 ,. 74-75 76 77 104-111 112-118 119 120 Sophomores ,.... ....,. 6 1-64 Freshmen .... ,...... ......, 6 5 -68 Eighth Grade ..4.... ..,... 6 9 Musical Organizations .,......,............. 72-82 Service 81 Social Organizations ........ 83-99 Dramatic Productions .......,..........,, 100-101 Golf ,,.,.....,. ..,,, 1 20 Baseball ..,..... ......,. 'l 21 Intramurals ,,.,...,. .... 1 22-123 Girls' Athletics ...... ,,.. 1 24-127 132-150 N Z W MQ M 146le community leadem and educatom Aenle uA iClockwise from IJ Superintendent Samuel Milanovich, George Zatezalo, supt. of bldgs. 81 grds., Law- rence N. Colonna, Raymond C. Moore, vice pres,p Stephen D. Mihalic, pres,p Clarence D. Neish, solicitor, Dan Medich, sec., Austin J. Leis, trecxs., Sam Urick, John P. Zahorsky, Herbert Gaitsch, Louis A. Batchelor, ED N N Adm, Assistant Stanley C. Brobeck. SUPERINTENDENT . , x ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Samuel Milanovich Sf0'nleY C- Brobeck I6 diligen tly aw we prepare or the uture PRINCIPAL Dr. Douglas A. Lehman ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL CIiFForcl J. Smith Uur paren tA are in teren ted too. PARENTS' VISITATION Dr, Lehman, who met parents of eighth and ninth grade pupils on Parents' Night, November 14, here discusses student Jon Allison's pro- gress with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Allison. ' 9' A mm. W f .J Aw' -- "5 l Q -. 1 N Q 3 ,ffl f X l mf ,Z 7 I 2 7 . ,' ,w we Q, H W.. 4 11 -55' kwa!" iff' , . ,WW-r BELLE E. ADAMS Geneva College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. English 11, 12 DONALD L. ADAMS California S. T. C., B,S. University of Pittsburgh, M.EcI. Industrial Arts - Elec., Wood Hi-Y Varsity Volleyball Coach Boys' Intramurals Bowling CARL A. ASCHMAN Washington 8. Jefferson, B.S. History 9 Varsity Football Coach Varsity Club JAMES A. BATCHELER Shippensburg S. T. C., B.S. Boys' Physical Training Intramurals JOHN V. BATTLES Geneva College, B.A. History 9, Safe Driving Varsity Golf 81 Asst. Jr. High Basketball Coach ROSEMARIE M. BATTLES University o'FPittsburgl1, B.S. Aigebra I, Gen. Math 9 M. Bennett B. Adams D. Adams l-- BIUTISY C. Aschman J. Batchelor J. Battles R. Battles ' . MARY LOUISE BENNETT Geneva College, B.A. Duquesne University, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Carnegie Institute of Technology Vocal Music, Organ Bach Choir, Organ CHARLES S. BIECHLER University of Pittsburgh, B.S. Voc. Ed. History 9 LAWRENCE F. BLANEY George Washington University Edinboro S. T. C., B.S. Pennsylvania State University University of Michigan University ot Pittsburgh, M.Ecl. History II Conservation, Fishing, 8- Hunting Club ALDO J. BONOMI Juniata College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh History 9, I1 Assistant Football Coach Sophomore Class Sponsor 18 gr, 1' , ,,,,, , V . 4x ,, ff .4-fm ff W' W 'Wx f X f f 1 W X f X, C it f QW 1 if X vis C W W I y .,.f,ff. M A f y ,1:.4,,, f v' of ,- -. C s slfffgff :gay-1 M ff af X 52,551 -. H, ff ,j is f' , Sf 'X ,W,,, .ffm A ,Z 1 ,X Qeffjfl , X ,, 5 X X 4 ff fn ' 4 MM Z ff A-1 6 C. Biechler A. Bonomi mf- Uur teacliem direct our progreu . . . OFFICE PRACTICE gives senior Nancy Raub ex- perience in use of the mimeograph machine as Mr. Maslanik looks on. CHAl.l.lS W. BRITTON Lehigh Univ. E.E. Univ. of Scranton Univ. of Pgh., M.Ed. Related Math 10, 'll Related Science 12 CHARLES A. BROWN Duquesne Univ., B.A., M.A. English 9, Speech 9, Dramatics 10, Journalism 'll QUIP SCRIPT DALE A. CABLE Geneva College Grove City College B.A. Univ. of Pgh., M.A. History 8, Science 8 DOMINIC E. CARIFO Duquesne Univ., B.S. C. Britton C. Brown S. Chambers E. Ciriacy Univ. of Pgh., M.L., M.Ed. Guidance Director Intramurals ELIZABETH M. CARVER Univ. of Pgh., B.S. Univ. of S. Calif. New York Univ. Girls' Physical Training Girls' Athletic Leaders Club and Intramurals SARAH B. CHAMBERS Northwestern Univ., B.S. Geneva College English TO, 'l'l National Honor Society EDWARD CIRIACY Williamson Sch. Mech. Trades Univ. of Pgh., Univ. of Pa., Penn. State Univ. Vocational - Carpentry HELEN W. CIRIACY Carnegie Inst., B.S. Home Economics Dept. Head Cafeteria Supervisor Clothing Future Homemakers of America M. JO ANN COCHRAN Westminster College B.A. Univ. of Pgh. English 10, 'll Journalism 10, 11 QUIPPIAN MAUDE G. COULTER Geneva College B.S. Geography Dept. Head Geography 'l0, T2 D. Cable D. Ccirifo E. Carver H. Ciriacy J. Cochran 3 WZ if S ? gm. V . f W 'r f W x f If i fi A Q we--' f 1 K f , 5 x ,g f f X f '-,-,f,pxrv',.,:, l . - -. ...M-R-4! a.,.--.,-,. . N4 .Q-fig., .sf . ML' NWH y . .jf , is ff ,Me .,,'f:-.-s.:.sfLgfi,....- :...,,f' 5 l W M. Coulter M , 3 ffqg 9. K Y . if 4 W T ll: I fi 1 "gh , ' A , ft' +- Why ,w i I FV ..-....,,,w , ,f . ,sys ' s , , C . ,ey f gy' r 4 f , my . ' l 5 5 A we f 2 R - .'....,..'.','.':.: 3 bg. .91 Tfff ,A 6 ,yt f 9, S , x me if .0 5 1 l l F. Crawford E. Cunningham J, D'Antonio G. Evanko S. Fausold F. Fazio FRANK W. CRAWFORD Bowling Green S. U., B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.Ed. Penn State Univ. Mechanical Drawing MARGARET E. DUKER Univ. of Pgh., B.S. English 9, Typing I Bus. Ed., II After School Typing GERALDINE M. EVANKO Geneva College B.S., B.A. Typing I, Shorthand I, Il After School Typing ANN G. FLEMING Univ. of Pgh., B.A. English 9, l'l ELS M. CUNNINGHAM Grove City College, B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.Litt. Univ. of Calif. Penn. State Univ. Math Dept. Head Plane 8. Solid Geometry Algebra II, Trigonometry MARION E. EDWARDS Geneva College B.A. Univ. of Pgh., M.Ed. Problems of Democracy I2 FRANK FAZIO California S.T.C., B.S. Gen. Science, Chemistry Astronomy Club 20 M. Duker M. Edwards A. Fleming E. French SAMUEL FAUSOLD lndiana S.T.C., B.S. Univ. of Pgh., Mlm. History Il EDWIN W. FRENCH Columbia Univ., B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.A. Buftalo State Normal Univ. of Buffalo Director of Industrial Education JAMES H. D'ANTONlO Univ. of Pgh., B.S., M.Ed. Algebra l, Gen. Math 9 Junior Class Sponsor PUBLIC SPEAKING experience includes tape re- cording the voices of Charlotte Dulick and Arthur Jones with Vivian McNutt and Miss Vincic's help. diApenAing knowledge and guidance . . . X , 1 P. Fuderich E. Garing M. George M. Haight NIKOLAJ HALAMA California S. T. C., B.S. Industrial Arts - Metal GENEVIEVE E. HARCHICK Clarion S. T. C., B.S. Pennsylvania State University, M.Ecl. English 8 Y-Teens HARRY J. HARTLEY Edinboro S. T. C. Pennsylvania State University, B.A., . . PETER P. FUDERICH University of Pittsburgh, B.S. Geneva College Gen. Science Assistant Football Coach ERIC E. GARING Thiel College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. Problems of Democracy 'I2 MARY C. GEORGE Grove City College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh English II, 'I2 MARY J. HAIGHT Clarion S. T. C., librarian Tri-Hi-Y Jr. Librarians B.S. N. I'lOll0ImC1 G. Harchick H. Hartley F. Hodge D. Holesh R. Jones ., h. . . . f MA X,-Q-rs., , Columbia University New York University University of Pittsburgh Biology Future Teachers of America FRANCIS P. HODGE University of Pittsburgh Vocational - Machine Shop DOROTHY P. HOLESH Geneva College, B,A, University of Pittsburgh Plane Geometry, Algebra II Spanish I ROGER D. JONES Shippensburg S. T. C. Pennsylvania State University, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.A. Physical Education Dept. Head Boys' Health Coach - Cross Country, Track, and Jr. High Basketball ,,.....-Q. .-,....4 ,, f Z Q X YL V2 ff " ,Eff ,,Q,g.f.,. ,l f ,aff . 21 C X ,. '- ,UD W X X J. Kirk G. Kuvinka L. Ladish R. Long N. McCormick B. McWilliams MARGARET W. MacMlLLAN University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.Ed. Oberlin College Breneau College Ohio University University of Mexico Southern Methodist University Bookkeeping I, II HELEN Y. MAMULA Duquesne University, B.S. English 9, Speech 9, 'l0 Chapel Programs GRACE M, MARSDEN University of Pittsburgh, B.S. Remedial Reading, Health Junior Red Cross WILLIAM B. MASLANIK Indiana S. T. C. University of Pittsburgh, B.S. George Washington University Office Practice, Typing II JESSIE B. KIRK Geneva College, B.A. Columbia University University of Pittsburgh Western Reserve University English IO GEORGE R. KUVINKA Pennsylvania State University, B.A., M.Ed. University of Southern California University of Michigan University of Colorado University of Wisconsin University of Vermont University of Pittsburgh Geography I0, I2 Senior Class Sponsor LOUIS LADISH University of Pittsburgh Carnegie Institute of Technology Pennsylvania State University Vocational - Electricity Related Drawing RHEA M. LONG Ohio State University, B.S. English II, I2 NORMAN I'I. MCCORMICK University of Pittsburgh, B.A., M.A., M.Ed. Latin I, Il Optimates BLANCHE D. McWILLIAMS West Chester S, T. C., B.S. Vocal Music Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Girls Trio M. MacMillan G. Marsden H. Mamula W. Maslanik . 1 .ff f it rg Q 0 f WW f y X P ' f f K K' 1 , 4 Q1 'w x W hy E. W fl I . f " ' I 1 . rom claawrvom tv the playing field HISTORY INSTRUCTOR Aschman lcenterj dis- cusses the course of study with parents ot his ninth grade pupils. GEORGE MERGES Eclinboro S.T.C., B.S. Duquesne Univ., M.Ed. Art GEORGE POLOVINA Muskingum College B.A. Univ. of Calif., M.Ecl. Univ. S. Calif., Univ. ot Pgh. Columbia Univ. Harvard Western Reserve Univ. Plane Geometry, Algebra WILLIAM J. REINISH Indiana S.T.C., B.S. Univ. ot Pgh., M.A. Commercial Dept. Head Business Law, Soles Evening School Director Social Planning Com. THEODORE E. RUSCITTI Geneva College B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.Ecl. Senior Science, Physics, Related Science Student Council MARILYN V. MOLTER Univ. ot Pgh., B.S. Gen. Science, Biology JOSEPH PUKACH Davis 8- Elkins College West Va. Univ., M.A. Typing I, Business Law Asst. Basketball Coach G Merges M. Molter C. Moran W Relnish F. Rockage J. Ross ' at tiFsfZZW Eli FRED R. ROCKAGE Gen. Motors Inst. Univ. of Pgh. Vocational- Auto-Mechanics HELEN D. SMITH Muskingum College, B.A Western Reserve Univ. Berlitz School of Lang. French I, ll, Ill Le Cercle Francais CATHERINE E. MORAN Carnegie Inst., B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.Ed. Gen. Science JOSEPH A. ROSS Geneva College B.S. Univ. of Pgh., M.Ed. Gen. Math, Basic Math, Plone Geometry Evening School Moth G. Polovina J Pukach T. Ruscitti H Smith f Q I M NJC ' W X f cs .I K5 f s sf Z ff 7 Y so qi. .., ff, X I .,,..,,...,,v 4,ff"'-- s . E A 00 V, 1 gf Sk I, X.. ,E 4 V , , 1 f f ' V , gf ,, , pt -J.. ,m iff f 03,27 VE, f r " 7 V ' ,, .J f 9 f -I '4 2 ig"P?'3" as -9- - M f -- J 'W ., - n f -wgfhfgg' ww MW ,, f s-As.-Q . ff. ., ,. -. ', ,.. , F. Sporny C. Thel NADINE H. UJEVICH R. Tatalovich Truclgeon University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.Ed. Girls' Health Sr. Girls' Posture Program NICK URAM Slippery Rock S. T. C., B.S. Safe Driving Varsity Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach ELAINE VINCIC Chatham College, B.A. English 9, Speech 9-I2 Dramatics 10, II Senior Class Play Commencement Program .IACQUELINE M. WOZNICKI Geneva College, B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed Geography 8, Math 8 Cheerleaders, Pep Club MICHAEI. M. ZAHORCHAK Edinboro S. T. C., B.S. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Science Dept. Head Biology ESTELLE M. ZETTEL Michigan State University, B.S W University of Michigan w X X Geneva College 5 .W X f Homemaking Future Homemakers of America A 010' Atafp are ever-bum, COOKING STAFF - Mrs. Jecxnefte Neugebuuer, Mrs. CAFETERIA - Student-Cashier Ruth McKenzie Harriet Prosser, Mrs. Edna Campbell helps during the rush hour. Aerving all our needA Elvureffa Hank Clinic Clerk MEDICAL STAFF - Dr. J. L. Miller, School Nurse Mary A. Lynn, Dr. H. C. McMillin 25 5 5' c. . X- X , "ff " ATTENDANCE DIRECTOR Shirk prepares an ad- mittance slip for .Ioan Arbutin and Angie Damiano. ATTENDANCE OFFICE Lloyd C. Shirk Lebanon Valley College B.S. Penn State Univ. Western Reserve Univ., M.S. Attendance Director Elizabeth Garwood Attendance Clerk 'for Aliquippa Schools PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE Yvonne K. Manolovich Principc1l's Secretary Marie Sella ri Supplies 81 Athletic Tickets BUILDINGS 8. GROUNDS George Zatezalo Acting Superintendent Fred Ferry Asst. Superintendent Harry Stiggins Traffic Officer 8- Custodian Not Pictured Louise H. Collins, Margaret E. Martin Home 8. School Visitors Martha R. Posmoga Clerk lm dence for Principal Lehman. ERRAND GIRL Stella Dudziak receives instructions from LEARNING the intricacies of the switchboard Miss Sellari while Mrs. Manolovich prepares correspon- Juanita Causby listens to Mrs. Goehmann Have 4 ueA tion? 'flume ella know the amfwer. Q GENERAL OFFICE Michael Bobanic Statistician 84 Office Manager Faculty Manager of Athletics Vivian C. Goehmann Switchboard Operator Margaret Kimak Activity Fund Bookkeeper Anna Miller Bookkeeper Catherine H. Zihmer Payroll Clerk Josephine Zorkovich Superintendent's Secretary 'Q Wi vt , s I I H' fl IL.. Q if , E2 A Nha sw? ,2 f f i X X R I six NWNW ,ff , Z4 , X1 ,f--" ,f,,- , ,,,-1 f , l .5- -.. 1. A 6 ww f 1 5 QL x y vlwx Y .L 1 " I w umssfs President ,....,.... Vice President . Secretary ......... Treasurer ............ Sergeant-at-Arms D. Junak, J. Scarfone, M. A. Diaddigo, M. Ditka, E. Colonna September 1956-May 1957! What a year it has been! In these last moments, with "Halls of Ivy" ancl "Pomp and Circumstance" re- minding us of commencement, so many memories crowd in upon our Forward Look. Somehow, the "Alma Mater" sounds stronger and sweeter than ever before. Thinking back to our banquet and color day and the prom, sign- ing and exchanging pictures, the Hall of Fame, and wearing our class rings, isn't it true that hours spent in fun seem to outnumber the work- ing hours? Of course, we'll not forget trips to the library for senior investigative themes. And thanks to Mrs. Chambers' study groups and the efforts of our guidance counselor Mr. Carifo, the College Boards, the aptitude and employment tests made us even more conscious of our "Forward Look." While choosing a new class ring was the highlight of our iunior year, we remember our first class meeting and the dues drive, Rich Tomei and Choo Choo's hoola dance at the social, winning the WPIAL football title, selling basketball programs, our 8 o'clock Latin scholars and "Woodhue," the prom. Didn't that blue angel hair look like real water? Remember the day we received our first geometry and geography and bookkeeping books? That we were actually sophomores in senior high school was quite a revelation! Once embarked upon our chosen courses, we quickly forgot that awesome feeling we'd had as fresh- men. 30 SENIDRS Glass of 1957 OFFICERS . Mike Ditka John Scarfone Mary Ann Diaddigo Diane Junak Edward Colonna PROM COMMITTEE S. Moore, C. Cabot, M. Dit- ka, M. Centifanti, A. Tras- port, M. Stern, P. Sylvester, M. Dougherty. HOMEROOM Seated: iclockwise from leftl Mrs. Sarah Chambers, Harry Hartley, Miss Belle Adams TEACHERS Mrs. Mary George, Mrs. Marilyn Molter, George Kuvinka, class sponsor, Standing Mrs. Blanche McWilliams, Mrs. Marylou Bennett, Lawrence Blaney, Mrs. Helen Ma mula, Eric Garing. Now it seems only yesterday that we entered A.H.S. Though overcome by the impressive auditorium, we soon became familiar with our classmates and teachers, no longer depended upon mis-directions from upperclassmen, and ioined our friends in cheering the teams and denouncing those small basement lockers! Four years! From classrooms and shops, organizations and ath- letics, teachers and friends, we have a wealth of shining memories as we look forward to our bright years as alumni of the Red 8g Black, Ali- quippa High School. 31 SAL , A 1 , v . iii!! f f . X! f ! 7 1 X f x f ff av W f f K 1 , 4' of 3 S ' 1 f I X M f X W fwza s ,, x i M74 mf 4 aww 'W Zhu., QKW . W H 'lfw X b- , vw , W 'f f , 4 X 1 f 4 is , , X f , f M y K gf Ky W N ! Z , ,, . . , f, ,,,, Mei.. 1- V 4, f, T. Abcayes E. Agostine L. Anderson A. Anfon M. Antonini L. Aynurcli J. Bcnbich P. Baldwin N. Bull J. Bc1rleHc1 M. Behun P. Belicl-I P. Bell S. Belli R. Bellock S. Ben R, Bozinovich R. Bradley E. Brocklebunk C. Bronough D. Buono P. Burkus B. Cabot C. Cabot P. Cabrcxicl 5? WW fi 5 X Z, Q V ff 9 3' X I f E Z f W if 5 7 X! W ix X. , ff mf y 2 Q W f N WX f Y f W f W X JMKQ, X X K W S f Q Z X fv f f f X 9 X! ,f X X ,ff , W 5 X y im O. Caldarelli A. Campana L. Cappella C. Carr C. Cassidy J. Causby M. Centitanti J. Charles J. Chiotti J. Clark Y. Clark C. Colaluca D. Collins E. Colonna J. Costanza B. Cox D. Damiano A. David E. Dawkins F, DeLisio M. DeNiro M. DePietress M. Diaddigo J. DiNell0 F. DiPasquale new ringA and claAA meetingsf OLIVIA CALDARELLI Ollie General h. r. pres., Astronomy Club, Y-Teens, Pep Club to be a nurse. ANTHONY CAMPANA A.C. General Band, Band Jacket Club to be a technician. LAURA CAPPELLA Academic Leaders' Club, Astronomy Club, Student Council, QUIPPIAN, NHS, Quip-Tri-Hi-Y ... former member of CF8rH, Pep Club, Jr. Red Cross ... college next. CLAUDETTE CARR Clerical to be a beautician. CLYDE CASSIDY Hopalong Carpenter track undecided. JUANITA JUNE CAUSBY , .. Nita Cler- ical Jr. Red Cross intramural basketball, softball to be a telephone operator or model. MARILYN CENTIFANTI Mar Academic Tri-Hi-Y, Astronomy Club, Student Council, Jr. Red Cross, NHS former member of Band, CF8rH, Optimates intramural basketball to enter college. JANICE RUTH CHARLES Jan Clerical QUIPPIAN Business Stat? . .. 'Former member of Bach Choir ... to be a secretary. JOHN CHIOTTI ... Auto Mechanic ... air 'Force next, JOANNE CLARK Jo Clerical CF8rH, Jr. Red Cross former h. r. pres. to be a teacher. YVONNE CLARK ... Clerical to become a sec- retary. CONNIE ANN COLALUCA Shorty . .. General Pep Club 'For- mer member ot Jr. Red Cross intramural softball, bowling to be a home economist. DAVID COLLINS Bugs Auto Mechanic to ioin the air force. EDWARD COLONNA ... Ed ... Academic ... Senior Class sgt. at arms, Astronomy Club . ,. 'Former member Student Council . .. to attend college. JERRY COSTANZA Jer Carpenter former member of Student Council, Jr. Red Cross . .. to attend trade school. BEN COX Academic varsity football intra- mural basketball, volleyball to attend college. DELINA DAMIANO Lena ...Clerical...Leaders' Club, Quip-Tri-Hi-Y...to be an airline hostess. ANTHONY DAVID Tony General intramural basketball undecided. ELLA RAE DAWKINS Ree Clerical to be a typist. FREDERICK DELISIO Sonny General Student Council intramural basketball air force next. MARLENE J, DENIRO Turtle Clerical Chm. of Jr. Red Cross School Chest, QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of CF8rH to get married or be a beautician, MARGARET M. DEPIETRESS Margie Academic Astronomy Club, Bach Choir V. P., QUIP SCRIPT News Ed., Tri-Hi-Y, CF8rH, NHS former member ot Bach Ensemble, Optimates, Masque 81 Dagger Co-Chairman Jr. Prom to be a teacher. MARY ANN DIADDIGO Dee Academic Student Council pres., Senior Class sec., QUIPPIAN Girls' Sports Ed., Leaders' Club, NHS, Astronomy Club, Jr. Prom Committee former member of Optimates, Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Girls' Trio, CFSH, Pep Club intramural basketball, softball Army-Navy to enter nursing. JOHN DINELLO Zin Zin Academic Astronomy Club tormer member of French Club intramural volleyball . . .poetry certificate. . .to continue education. FLORENCE MARGARET DIPASQUALE .. Flo General CF8tH former member of Masque Sr Dagger, Y-Teens ... to be a nurse. POPCORN SALES are high at the stadium refreshment stand according to Margaret Namadan and Laura Cappella. ,few a...3S.,,,, ..' Is "" IZ X XZ? J 2 1 X f x x I, . E X 'S fe X ,ix I f Z Q X ff RZ y l f X 1 if --1 V M Fx X X, X Q A f H+ qv QS Z Z N 5 X f Q X 5 N59 auf - Wx fquh x f 11416 an A.. 2 "Q, 4 ,L f 'K' .1 . V, 'fi' X f f X W X 'H+ W N2 7 i' ? 'Ng f X X 1 W 4 1 xy w X if K ' 3, J! ' QQ N344 5 Vx- ,W Z f N f ' Z X 1 ff N Q , A. DiSante M. Ditko W. Dixon R. Domitrovich J. Dornick A. D'Ottavio M. Dougherty S. Duclziak M. Dukovich L. Duesenberry E. Duthaler T. Ebel E. Elias A. Ermi A. Evans M. Evans H. Eyerly D. Farland H. Fedorchak R. Fetkovich C. Figley M. Focht P. Fontana J. Fox M. Frangopoulos Chapel and 14AAem6lieA ANGELA DISANTE Angie Clerical to be a housewife. MICHAEL DITKA Mike Senior Class pres., Varsity Club sgt. at arms, Astronomy Club for- mer member of Crew-cuts football co-capt. basketball, baseball L'l Abner to attend college. WILLIAM J. DIXON Willie Electrician Treas. 81 Art Director of Electron Club intramural basketball to be an elec- trician or ioin the navy. REGIS DOMITROVICH General undecided. JOSEPH DORNICK Mick Academic Band, Astronomy Club, Band Jacket Club, NHS. . .intramural basketball. . .to be an engineer. ALFRED A. D'OTTAVIO Electrical Hi-Y sec. former member of Bach Choir, football, track air force next. MARGERY ANN DOUGHERTY Margie Academic Y- Teens sec., Astronomy Club, Student Council former member of Pep Club, CFSIH undecided. STELLA R. DUDZIAK Academic NHS, Science-Movie Club, QUIPPIAN Asst. Club Ed., Astronomy Club, Optimates, CF8lH former member of Jr. Red Cross to be a nurse. MARY ANN DUKOVICH Duke Aca- demic Leaders' Club pres., NHS v. pres., Student Council, Band . .. former mem- ber of Optimates intramural basketball, softball to be medical technician. LEWIS DUESENBERRY Lou Academic former member of Masque 81 Dag- ger stage crew to go to college. EDWARD FREDERICK DUTHALER Ed . .. General Bach Choir pres., Bach Ensemble track to attend technical school for a C.A.A. license. THOMAS WILLIAM EBEL General air force next. EMILY MARIE ELIAS Em Clerical Jr. Red Cross, QUIPPIAN Busi- ness Staft to be a secretary or commercial teacher. ARMANDO ERMI Eddie ... Electrician ... Electron Club pres. ... undecided. ANDERSON EVANS . .. Bro General track, cross-country to attend S.M.U. MARION JEAN EVANS Jeanie Stenographic intramural softball, basketball to be a secre- tary. HARRY EYERLY Auto Mechanic grease monkeys to travel. DAVID FARLAND Dave Academic former member of Optimates, Jr. Red Cross to attend college or enter air force. HELENE FEDORCHAK Aca- demic Astronomy Club, NHS, QUIPPIAN Asst. Class Ed. former member of CF8rH, Pep Club, Optimates poetry award intramural basketball, bowling to be a psychologist. RICHARD JOSEPH FETKOVICH Rich Academic Astronomy Club track to attend college. CAROL FIGLEY Fig . .. Clerical. . .former member of CFBQH, Quip Tri-Hi-Y. . .to be a psychologist. MADELYN FOCHT Clerical Jr. Librarian undecided. PATRICIA FONTANA Pat Academic CFSQH, Pep Club, Astronomy Club former member of Opti- mates to be a nurse. JAMES FOX Fox Carpenter 7 'c's . .. un- decided. MARY CATHERINE FRANGOPOULOS Frango Academic Y- Teens sec., Leaders' Club treas., QUIPPIAN, Pep Club, Astronomy Club, NHS for- mer member of French Club, Jr. Red Cross, CF8iH intramural softball, basketball ... Army-Navy ... to be an engineer's secretary. PANELISTS in public speaking class include Cl. to r.D Eleanor Pollack, Violet Suder Melvin Glenn, Betty Hornyak, and Joan Kramer. W X 1 7 W N X. ,V 'U Q 5 C. Gahagan D. Garbini L. Garuccio P. Garvin E. Gentile T. Ginand W. Glass M. Glenn N. Glover D. Gordon M. Grahach E. Green M. Green B. Hall D. Hallabaugh E. Haney Y. Hauser M. Hendon W. Hines C. Holmes R. Honatke E. Hornyak N. Horwatt R. Houston W. Howell Uamity if intramural Aporw CAROL ANN GAHAGAN Academic Astronomy Club to enter nurses' training, DOMENIC GARBINI Don Machinist NHS, h. r. pres. for- mer member of Student Council to be a machinist. LARRY GARUCCIO 'l.arry Machinist CF8tH, VCAC former member of Bach Choir, Student Council college or the marines next. PATRICIA ANN GARVIN Patti Little Clerical CFSKH, QUIP SCRIPT former member of Girls' Chorus, Jr. Red Cross to be a secretary or ioin the service. ELEANOR GENTILE Ele Clerical Quip Tri-Hi-Y, QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of CF8.H intramural basketball to be a beautician. THERESA GINAND Terri Clerical former member of CFBKH to be a secretary. WILLIAM GLASS Bill General Band, Band Jacket Club v. pres. to go to automotive school. MELVIN M. GLENN Flat General Varsity Club Flashes 8: Veltones singing groups cross-country, track undecided. NORMA JEAN GLOVER Chick General Jr, Red Cross, QUIPPIAN Business Staff bowling marriage next. DORA GORDON Commercial former mem- ber ot CFSKH. . .intramural softball, basketball. . .to attend BTC. MARY KATHERINE ANN GRAHACH Beba Clerical Jr, Red Cross, Quip Tri-Hi-Y, QUIPPIAN Advertising Staff .. to be a secretary or housewife. ELEANOR GREEN . .. Boots General former member of F.H.A., Jr. Red Cross, Masque 8- Dagger intramural basketball, softball future undecided, MARY EMMA GREEN Clerical CFB-H former member of F.H.A. undecided. BARBARA ANN HALL Babs Clerical to be an airline hostess. DOROTHY F. HALLA- BAUGH Holly General to attend Bible College, EDWARD HANEY Eddie Machinist JILL next. YVONNE DELORES HAUSER YoYo Academic Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Pep Club, Astronomy Club, Optimates former member of CFBQH, cheerleader ... intramural basketball ... to be a surgical nurse. MARIE HENDON Sweets General former member of Girls' Chorus, F.H.A. to attend B.T.C. WILLIAM HINES Bill Machinist Hi-Y chaplain, CFSIH, Band ... former member of Band Jacket Club ... track ... to be a machinist. CELESTE HOLMES C.C. Academic Band, Band Jacket Club, QUIP SCRIPT, Astronomy Club, Optimates, Student Council former mem- ber of CF8tH, Forum Club intramural basketball will teach social studies RONALD HONATKE Hotch Academic Student Council, Astronomy Club, CF8-H, Capris to ioin the air force. ELIZABETH HORNYAK Betty Aca- demic Science-Movie Club, Girls' Chorus former member of Optimates intramural softball, basketball may ioin the service. NANCY L. HORWATT Nance Academic ., .NHS, Band, Band Jacket Club, Leaders' Club rec. sec., Tri- Hi'Y, h. r. treas., Optimates, Astronomy Club former member of CF8tH in- tramural basketball, softball to attend Calif. S.T.C. ROBERT HOUSTON Bob General Student Council, Band, Hi-Y, Astronomy Club, Band Jacket Club track Mid-Western Band to go to Technical Institute for C.A.A. license. WILLIAM R. HOWELL Bill Academic CF8tH, Science-Movie Club former member of French Club to study mechanical engineering. CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENTORS L. Aynardi, B. Fatur, R. Varecha, M. Dukovich, and 5 Dudziak perform under Mr. Fazio's direction, . Q J.. f Q 1 Z f' y, X2 ZS X W Af! xx X W f Zf N , yxifg x X' . " I , ,f X . , 3 sf. ygfgy 41 150' , 7 MW ,775 ,Y ,1 is .SX Y ' 515 -3 W, ,M I If 1 4 M., f , f23,1g,. , sf ix-. 1 - fi, W ' 2 uf ' xx Sw gg is- l'5Sx-w--: QA J. Hromyko G. Hunter R. Jenkins R. Jeschke D. Johnson J. Johnson R. Johnson G. Jones D. Junak R. Juth C. Kaldon W. Karas G. Kelley S. Kier D. Kimak C. Klein F. Kohar L. Korpash J. Kramer B. LaMarca J. Lang D. Lewis E. Liberotore J. Linko C. Lowe reriearclu tlaemeA, Aquare dancing JERRY HROMYKO Russian General Sophomore Class pres, to be a printer. GARNELL HUNTER Hunt Clerical . . .to be a secretary. ROBERT JENKINS Jenks Academic Varsity Club football, guard intra- mural basketball ... future undecided. RICHARD JESCHKE Rich General Astronomy Club former member of CF8rH to join the air force. DAVID L. JOHNSON Street General Varsity Club track, cross-country intramural basketball college next. JENIECE JOHNSON Jan Clerical former member of Girls' Chorus, Student Council, Jr. Librarian intramural basketball, softball to be a surgical nurse. RUTH ANN JOHNSON Pre- Nursing CF8-H former member of F.H.A. to be a nurse. GEORGE JONES Royal General football, halfback air force or navy next. DIANE JUNAK Di Academic Senior Class treas., Girls' Chorus. Leaders' Club sqt.-at-arms, Astronomy Club treas., NHS, Tri-Hi-Y pres., QUIPPIAN Asst. Girls' Sports Ed., CF81H former member of Masque 81 Dagger, Optimates Jr. prom committee Army-Navy, intramural basketball, softball college next. RONALD JUTH . .. Ron Academic Astronomy Club, Varsity Club former member of Student Council, cross-country, Crew-cuts basketball, forward college next. CAROLYN KALDON Academic Quip Tri-Hi-Y sec., Astronomy Club former member CFBIH, Optimates intramural bas- ketball colleqe next. WALLACE KARAS Wally Academic to do construction work. GLORIA KELLEY Glor Academic Astronomy Club, Y-Teens, QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of CF8rH, French Club college next. SHEILA KIER Academic Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Student Council, Astronomy Club, NHS former member of Pep, Latin, and Science- Movie Clubs to be a nurse. DOROTHY KIMAK Clerical CFSIH to be a stewardess. CHARLES LEWIS KLEIN Stoney General QUIP SCRIPT photographer, Astronomy Club, stage crew bowling college next. FRANCIS D. KOHAR David General to attend college. LINDA KOR- PASH Clerical to be a secretary. JOAN J. KRAMER Joanie Aca- demic Jr. Red Cross, Science-Movie Club vice-pres., Bach Choir, Astronomy Club ... former member of Optimates ... to be a lab technician. BILL LAMARCA ... Lamarc General Astronomy Club former member of CF8rH track, intramurals service or college. JANET MAE LANG Jan Clerical to be a secretary, DONALD LEWIS .. Louie .. . Auto-Mechanic armed ser- vice next. ELIZABETH JANE LIBERATORE .. . Betty Clerical .. . to be a sec- retary or housewife. JANET LINKO Jan Clerical QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of CFSIH to be a beautician. CAROLYNNE LOWE ... Quida Clerical former member of Girls' Chorus, Pep Club to attend B.T.C. T. V. PERSONALITIES appearing on Bob Tracy's WQED program included L. Aynardi J. Dornick, M. A. Diaddigo, B. Mravic, M. Ditka, and M. Stern. B.V. Times photo ,,fe"" ' . AMT " ,QM 5 374 in , 3 : f A 1 ,f , X W, y W E ' J S J , X 4 X f f if Q X X 7,2 X, M N X Aff! ff , X X , , X A , , Z XX W 4 1 X fi f 5 f xg -TSA rg X f ,MMM i w ,vm , fe ,Q M L, .X f 4 ff 7 f ai!" J. Lowe M. Lucci S. Luton J. Lyles M. Mack B. Macroglou A. Magnelli J. Mandity L. Manfredi H. Mansueti A. Marchione C. Marks A. Martin E. Martin V. Maselli A. Mastellino F. Mastellino L. Mattic J. McBride S. McConnell J. McCormick J. McGrady A. McHenry D. McLaughlin N. McLaughlin 71 lvl. Q and aptitude teA M .IOHN E. LOWE Academic QUIP SCRIPT Circulation Mgr., Science-Movie Club ... cross-country, track ... college next. MICHAEL A. LUCCI ... Mickey ... General Band former member of Science-Movie Club to be a cabinet maker. SYLVIA LUTON Boots General CFBIH intramural basket- ball to be a music teacher. JAMES LYLES Buddy General navy next. MARTIN W. MACK Marty General CFSIH, Bach Choir, Hi-Y former member of Chemistry Club. . .to enter the armed service. BETTY MACROGLOU Academic French Club treas., Astronomy Club, h. r. sec. former member of Student Council, A.B.K.. . .intramural basketball, softball. , .B.T.C. next. ARNOLD MAGNELLI Arnie Academic Astronomy Club former member of CFSIH intramural basketball to be a dentist. JUDY J. MANDITY Jude Clerical Leaders' Club former member of CF8tH ... intramural softball, basketball, Army-Navy undecided. LEONARD MANFREDI Diz Aca- demic Varsity Club, Senior Hi-Y, Astronomy Club former member of CFSIH baseball, pitcher, football ,tackle college or service next. HELENE MARIE MANSUETI Bunny Stenographic Science-Movie Club 'former member of Leaders' Club, Pep Club intramural baseball, softball to ioin the service. ARNOLD MARCHIONE Choo Choo Machinist Student Council, VCAC ... to enter aeronautics school. CAROL JOYCE MARKS ... Car ... Academic ... Student Council, Astronomy Club, h. r. vice-pres., former member of CF8tH ... intra- mural basketball to be an elementary teacher. ARNETTA MARTIN Nett Clerical former member of Girls' Chorus, CF8tH intramural basketball B.T.C. next. ELSIE MARTIN El Clerical Tri-Hi-Y sgt.-at-arms former member of Cheerleaders, Pep Club, h. r. sec. intramural softball, basket- ball hopes for an airline career. VITO MASELLI Carpenter to enter the navy. ANGELINE MARIE MASTELLINO Jean Stenographic NHS, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., h. r. treas., QUIPPIAN former member of Jr. Red Cross B.T.C. next. FANNIE MASTELLINO Fan ... Stenographic CF8-H, F.H.A. to attend B.T.C. LOIS JEAN MATTIC Tootsie Clerical Jr. Red Cross, QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of CFZLH intramural basketball ... to be a nurse. JOHN McBRIDE Jack Academic Bach Choir intra- murals ... undecided. SALLY McCONNELL ... Academic ... Girls' Chorus accom- panist, Astronomy Club college next. JOYCE E. MCCORMICK Clerical former member of CFSIH, Quip Tri-Hi-Y to be a medical secretary. JAMES McGRADY Scab General intramurals, football will ioin air force. ALICE LOUISE McHENRY Academic Girls' Chorus to attend Nyack Mis- sionary College. DAVID MCLAUGHLIN Dave Carpenter CF8IH in- tramural basketball to be manager of Murphy's, NORMAN MCLAUGHLIN ... General. OH, DON'T TELL-It's a secret for this three-some: Helen Simko, Betty Ogrizovich and Elsie Martin. 4r1'K. V. MCNUH S. Mihalik N. Miller J. Milliner M. Momich M. Monahan A. Moore J. Moore S. Moore E. Mowad D. Moye B. Mravic M. Murphy L. Naddour A. Nadzam M. Namadan J. Nutter B. Ogrizovich M. Oleska H. Paiak M. Palermo S. Pantaleo C. Parascenzo T. Passaris O. Patrick Hrmy VA. 714419. gym exlnilition VIVIAN LEE McNUTT Viv Academic Girls' Chorus, CF8-H, Astronomy Club former member of Cheerleaders, Jr. Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y to be an ele- mentary teacher. STEVE MIHALIK ... General ... former member of CF8rH ... to see the world through a porthole. NORMA JEAN MILLER Percy Clerical ...former member of Bach Choir, CF8rH. . .to attencl B.T.C. JEANNETTE MILLINER Jenny Clerical Girls' Chorus, CF8rH, TrivHi-Y, Asst. Copy Ed. of QUIP- PIAN intramural basketball college next. MILDRED MOMICH Millie Clerical to be an airline hostess. MARY LOUISE MONAHAN Marylou Academic Optimates, CF8rH, FTA former member of Jr. Red Cross intramural basketball ... to go to college. ALICE MOORE ... Moe ... Academic QUIP SCRIPT, Astronomy Club, Optimates, Jr. Red Cross intramural bas- ketball, softball. JOHN MOORE Smokey General football, basket- ball, baseball ... college next. SUSAN MOORE ... Susie ... Academic ... Girls' Chorus pres., Choraliers, NHS, Y-Teens, QUIPPIAN Photography Ed., QUIP SCRIPT, Astronomy Club, Jr. Prom chm., French Club, Student Council former member of CFSKH, Masque 81 Dagger college-nursing. EUGENE NIOWAD M06 TO join the navy or work at J.8rL. DEBRA MOYE Deb General former member of FHA, CF8rH to be a nurse. BRIAN MRAVIC ... Bree ... Academic Astronomy Club co-pres., Varsity Club, NHS former member of Crew-Cuts ...basketball, football manager. . .to be an electrical engineer. MARY KATHRYN MURPHY Murph Clerical Tri-Hi-Y former member of Cheerleaders, Pep Club, h. r. treas. Jr. Prom Queen, football queen's court secretary next. LEROY NADDOUR Kiba Machinist ... to work for F.B.I. ALLEN NADZAM Nadz Ill General former member of Band to go to J8rL or box. MARGARET ANN NAMADAN Marge Academic NHS, CF8rH, Leaders' Club v. pres., Astronomy Club, Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Y-Teens, QUIPPIAN Club Ed. former member of Masque 8- Dagger, Pep Club v. pres., Student Council, Jr. Prom Committee Chairman Army-Navy, intramural basketball, softball college next. JAMES NUTTER Jim General CF8rH, h. r. sgt.-at-arms ... to be an engineer, BETTY JANE OGRIZOVICH Betty-O Clerical Tri- Hi-Y, Leaders' Club, Jr. Red Cross, QUIPPIAN Adv. Staff former member of Student Council, CF8rH intramural softball, basketball to be a medical sec- retary. MAUREEN OLESKA Renee Academic Astronomy Club, Quip Tri-Hi-Y former member of CFBQH, French Club, Masque 81 Dagger, Band former maiorette.,.intramural basketball, softball. . .Miss Good Posture of '57... to attend Robert Morris. HELEN PAJAK Clerical Jr. Librarian former member of Jr. Red Cross to be a telephone operator. MADELINE PALERMO Mad Clerical QUIPPIAN Adv. Staff to be a secretary. SUZANNE PANTALEO Babe Stenographic CF8rH former member of Masque 81 Dagger, Cheerleader. CATHERINE PARASCENZO Academic Y-Teens chap- lain, Pep Club, Astronomy Club, French Club, CF8rH, QUIPPIAN Adv, Stuff to be a nurse. THEODORE PASSARIS Pas Auto Mechanic to ioin the navy. OCIE PATRICK Lover Boy General former member of Student Council ... varsity football, halfback ... to ioin air force. TRAFFIC SURVEYORS Betty Macroglou and Vangie Rizopoulos were among 123 A.H.S, seniors who aided town officials in their quest to solve the communltys parking problem. B.V. Times photo f i' any 1. A 1 w y+""" X X 7 4 'T ' .. Mflx S:Q,' . S Q- S f x V K 7 , M f Q 1 f f N 0 X we , X X 3 f K muh! .5 - I , If ff ,Y 5 X ,f W 7.1, Kiev , if L 4 f ,Z x X5 ' f, r ,Ky fi' iff!!! 4, '., f , Z wx-nw Y T 2 x J K' -X az-Q fm, ' ' 'fffifu v W ' Sig? X A x f 9 X I X f f X 5+ NY 3 I 1 X 1, 4 J "Z Q N Q Q, 5 Of : 'fm MQW M. Perry C. Person M. Pierce W. Piocquidio D. Polis J. Polis G. Politano E. Pollack M. Powers T. Prigorac D. Prosper N. Raub E. Recht A. Restaino P. Rinaldi E. Rizopoulos W. Roberts G. Robinson R. Rockwell S. Rodich A. Rogers J. Roma B. Ronyecz N. Rubeis R. Rubino our prom and picturu MYRA RUTH PERRY Blossom Clerical CF81H intramural basketball, softball to be a beautician. CAROL PERSON Commercial QUIPPIAN Business Staff, CF8fH ... intramural basketball ... to attend clerical machine school. MARY ANN PIERCE Mar General intramural softball, basketball to be a nurse. WILLIAM PIOCQUIDIO Bill Academic Hi-Y v. pres., CFSIH reporter volleyball. DONALD PAUL POLIS Don Academic Hi-Y sgt.-at-arms, CF8rH former member of Optimates to attend college. JAMES POLIS Jim Auto Mechanic to ioin armed forces. GUIDO POLI- TANO Electrician NHS to enroll in Penn. Tech. Institute. ELEANOR JEAN POLLACK ... El Academic ... CFSIH, Optimates, Y-Teens pres., Astronomy Club, Pep Club . .. intramural softball, basketball to be a nurse. MONTEFORD POWERS Monty Academic CF8.H sgt.-at-arms, NHS varsity basket- ball to be an electrical engineer. THOMAS PRIGORAC Prigs General Astronomy Club, CFSLH former member of Bach Choir to ioin air force. DELORES PROSPER Dee Stenographic former member of Pep Club QUIPPIAN Adv. Staff intramural basketball to be a secretary or beautician. NANCY KATHRYN RAUB Nance Stenographic Business Mgr. QUIP SCRIPT, Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Trio, Leaders' Club, NHS historian, CF8-H intramural basketball, softball to attend Robert Morris. ELAINE PHYLLIS RECHT Academic Y-Teens, NHS . .. former member of French Club, Forum Club, FTA, Girls' Chorus, Masque 81 Dagger to be an elementary teacher. ANTHONY RESTAINO Caesar Machinist to be a machinist. PATRICIA RINALDI Pat Clerical CF8rH sec., Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Red Cross, QUIPPIAN Business Staff former member of Girls' Chorus, Student Council to travel. EVANGELINE RIZOPOULOS Vangie Stenographic Girls' Chorus, Chor- aliers, Y-Teens, NHS, QUIPPIAN Asst. Business Mgr. former member of CFSIH ... to be a secretary. WILLIAM GLYNN ROBERTS . . . Bill ... Academic . .. Bach Choir treas., Ensemble, Hi-Y treas., CFSKH former member of French Club to be a chemist. GEORGIA MAE ROBINSON Clerical CFSQH to be a beautician. ROBERT ROCKWELL Rock General . .. Hi-Y, Band, sec.-treas. Band Jacket Club former member of Student Council intramural basketball, varsity baseball ... to join navy or air force. STEVE RODICH ... Roach Auto Mechanic Student Council, h. r, v. pres., Jr. Red Cross intramural volleyball, basketball army next. ANNA MARIE ROGERS Ann Stenographic Tri-Hi-Y, NHS, Student Council sec., CF8rH sec., QUIPPIAN Business Manager Jr. Prom Committee, QUIP SCRIPT intramural basketball . .. essay contest winner. JAMES ROMA Big Jim General Industrial Arts Fair prize-winner to work with a carpenter or join the air force. BETTY RONYECZ . .. Bet Aca- demic Student Council, Astronomy Club, Quip Tri-Hi-Y, NHS former member of CF8tH, Girls' Chorus intramural basketball to attend college. NANCY RUBEIS Nan General to become a housewife. RICHARD RUBINO . .. Rich Academic Band, Astronomy Club, Band Jacket Club former mem- ber of Hi-Y, Optimates, Jr. Red Cross, CF8tH to be an engineer. FILLING BOXES for popcorn sales ot the games are Helene Fedorchak, Judy Wykes Carol Marks and Stella Duclziak. xl 3 'iii 22 I fi .1 Q J. Sakal A. Sarkis Y. Sarvis P. Sca razzo J. Sca rtone J. Schwab M. Seaman H. Shannon H, Simko E. Simmons B. Sims P. Sims B. Skiba P. Skiba N. Slezak C. Smith E. Smith W. Smith V. Smolanovich E. Snyder T. Sopko M. Stern R. Stewart J. Stuby P. Suder Apring concert and Aenior play JOHN SAKAL Pinpoint Academic Astronomy Club, Varsity Club football, basketball, track to attend college and play pro-football. AFIFA SARKIS Fifi Stenographic Y-Teens, Leaders' Club, CF8tH, h, r. treas. former member ot Cheerleaders, Pep Club intramural softball, basketball to work for the government. YVONNE SARVIS ... Peggy ... Clerical ... CF81H ... intramural basketball, softball to be a secretary. PALMA SCARAZZO Scaraz Clerical Jr. Red Cross, h. r. sec. , .. '56 Football Queen to be a telephone operator. JOHN J. SCARFONE Scarf General CFBKH sec., Jr. Class v. pres., h. r, v. pres., Student Council, Bach Choir, Bach Ensemble, Astron- omy Club, NHS baseball, intramural basketball, softball to be a commer- cial artist. JOSEPH PAUL SCHWAB Joe Dodge Carpenter former mem- ber ot Band, Student Council, Jr. Red Cross to ioin the army or enter college. MICHAEL SEAMAN Mike Electrician Band to ioin navy. HELEN L. SHANNON Home-Ec former member of Bach Choir, FHA to work in a hospital. HELEN MARY SIMKO Simmy Stenographic Cheerleader, QUIPPIAN Asst. Photog. Ed., Pep Club, h. r. sec., NHS intramural softball, bas- ketball. EARL P, SIMMONS ... Simp ... Clerical ... Cross Country, Track ... to ioin navy. BARBARA JEAN SIMS Bim Academic Bach Choir, CF84H, QUIP SCRIPT, Optimates, Astronomy Club . .. former member of Masque 81 Dagger intramural basketball Mt. Mercy next. PHYLLIS LARENE SIMS Tootsie Stenographic Bach Choir, Ensemble 'Former member of Masque 81 Dag- ger, Student Council ... to be a medical secretary, BEVERLY L. SKIBA ... Bev ... Clerical Pep Club, Cheerleader former member of Girls' Chorus intra- mural basketball, sottball to be a beautician. PAT SKIBA Sheeb Cler- ical former member of Leaders' Club, CF81H, Band, Jr. Red Cross. NORBERT FRANK SLEZAK General Science Movie Club pres., Band Jacket Club, Band to be an electrical engineer. CLAUDE D. SMITH Smithy Academic Band, NHS, Band Jacket Club former member of Optimates, Science Movie Club, CF8.H college or the service next. ELVIRA M. SMITH Home-Ec. WILLIAM SMITH Smitty Machinist former member of Jr. Red Cross, Student Coun- cil to ioin the navy. VIOLET SMOLANOVICH Vi Stenographic QUIPPIAN Copy Ed., Jr. Red Cross former member of CF8tH, Student Council, Science Movie Club, Bach Choir, Librarian to be a secretary or beautician. ELEANOR LOUISE SNYDER Gene Academic CFSKH, Y-Teens, Astronomy Club former member of Alpha Beta Kappa to be a technician. THOMAS EDWARD SOPKO Sop . .. Academic Varsity Club Jr. Prom Committee football center, guard to be an architectural engineer. MARGERY STERN Margie Academic .. ,Girls' Chorus, QUIPPIAN Ed., French Club, Y-Teens, NHS former member of CF8.H, Astronomy Club, Jr. Prom Committee, Masque 81 Dagger, Student Council intramural basketball college next. ROBERT ANDREW STEWART Bob Auto Mechanic auto trade school next. JOE STUBY Stub General Hi-Y, Varsity Club, Astronomy Club, Student Coun- cil, CF8tH, QUIPPIAN 81 QUIP SCRIPT Sports Ed former member of Crew-Cuts basketball, baseball to attend Slippery Rock. PETE SUDER Academic Astronomy Club, Varsity Club former member of Crew-Cuts basketball captain, baseball to be a major league baseball player. WINNING CONTESTANTS in Student Council's TV-talent search were R. Turner, A. Jones, W, Turner, E. Davis, M. Glenn, and G. Jones. ,. M . '. fm , ' ' unity V. Suder B. Sutton R. Svoigert H. Svedok G. Swen P, Sylvesfer B. Taylor J. Thomas R. Thompson H. Tisch P. Tomei R. Tomei R. Tomei T. Tomer A. Townsend A. Trasporf D. Travis S. -Tudoy R. Turner W. Turner G. Twyforcl M. Vognoni P. Vugnoni E. Valenfick A. Vallecorsa ,elf CAMERA-SHY SENIORS EVENING SCHOOL GRADUATES James Collins Arthur Jones John M. Gilbert Charlotte Dulick Kenneth Proctor Robert Kilicxny Janet Grossi Robert Rembert Gerald Kleber Stanley Stickles George Lorich Theodore Petz R. Varecha M. Velgos J. Venetti N. Vespaziani J. Weimer B. Wingert C. Winkle R. Wolak S. Wolfe J. Wykes M, Yacopino R. Yacopino J. Yanko J. Yonkovich K. Yurkovich R. Zahorsky D. Zaiac A. Zarnich K. Zeigler Mccalaureate and graduation ROSEMARIE VARECHA Tootsie General Y-Teens, Pep Club, QUIPPIAN Business Staff, Astronomy Club intramural basketball, softball to be a nurse. MICHAEL VELGOS . . . Mike . . . General . . . CFBIH. JOSEPHINE VENETTI Jo Clerical former member of CF81H, Jr. Red Cross. NANCY JEAN VESPAZIANI Nan Clerical to attend business school. JOHN WEIMER Weem Academic Band, Sr. h. r. pres., Astronomy Club, CFBIH to ioin navy. BARBARA WINGERT Barb Academic Astronomy Club v. pres., Quip Tri-Hi-Y former member of CF8tH, Student Council, Pep Club, Cheer- leader intramural softball, basketball. CALVIN M. WINKLE Wink General Band volleyball mgr. ROSEANNE WOLAK Rosie . . . Clerical former member of Student Council intramural softball .. . to attend busi- ness school. SANDRA JOYCE WOLFE Sandy Academic NHS, Leaders' Club, Y-Teens, QUIPPIAN Class Ed., h. r. v. pres. former member of Forum Club, Debate, Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, French Club, FTA pres., Jr. Prom Publicity Chm. intramural basketball, softball WBVP spelling champ, essay award college next. JUDITH ANN WYKES Judy Academic NHS, Student Council, Astronomy Club, QUIPPIAN Asst. Class Ed., Quip Tri-Hi-Y former mem- ber of CFBLH, Optimates, Jr. Prom committee ... intramural basketball ... to attend college. MICHAEL YACOPINO Pino Carpenter former member of Student Council ... to go to drafting school or ioin the navy. RICHARD YACOPINO Pino Carpenter CFSIH to ioin navy. JEANNE YANKO Book- keeping Student Council former member of Band, CFSIH, Quip Tri-Hi-Y intramurals. . .work at Bell Telephone or get married. JANICE LOUISE YONKOVICH Midget Clerical Band, Band Jacket Club, Y-Teens former member of Jr. Red Cross. . .intramural basketball, softball.. .future housewife. KATHRYN YURKOVICH Kay Academic former member of Red Cross 31 French Club intramurals nursing next. ROBERT MICHAEL ZAHORSKY Bruzer General Astronomy Club former member of Student Council, CF81H baseball, intramural basketball .. . to attend college. DOLORES ZAJAC . . . Dorsey Clerical Y-Teens, CF8rH former member of Student Council. ANNA MAE ZARNICH Ann Clerical former member of Student Council, CF8IH to be a housewife or attend business school, KATHRYN MARLENE ZEIGLER General Y-Teens former member of Girls' Chorus, Choraliers, Forum Club, Debate ... to be a nurse. TRYIN' FOR SIZE are Tom Tomer and Dorothy Kimak. . i 's'35 , MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Susan Moore cmd Gerald Swen GLASS OF 1957 MOST ACTIVE Anthony Trasport and Margie Siern WITTIEST Arnold Mugnelli cmd Vivian MCNUH MOST TALKATIVE Carol Marks and .loe Stuby HALL 0F FAME A WOLF AND WOLFESS Joe Babich and Vangie Rizopoulous MOST POPULAR Mike Ditka Margie Dougherty BEST DANCERS Palma Scarazzo Arnold Marchione NEATEST DRESSERS Brian Mravic Laura Cappella 55 BEST LOOKING Belly Cabot and Joe Dornick JUNIDRS Glass of 1958 OFFICERS President ...,., Vice President Secretary ,. Treasurer .... ..,.. Sgt.-at-Arms Parliamentarian .. Richard Schilo Patricia Rock Elaine Kreisberg Koula Papavasilis .. Ted Belich .. Lynn Hineman Kam, janivm ready tlaemAel1JeA SEATED: T. Belich, R. Schilo, E. Kreisberg. STANDING: L. Hineman, P. Rock, K. Papavasilis. Junior Class activities moved into high gear with election of officers in Sep- tember. Following the delivery of class rings, the group's proiects included col- lection of class dues and the sale of basketball programs. As we go to press, plans are underway for "Pink Champagne," the junior prom. PROM COMMITTEE FRONT: Papavasilis, Roma, Cercone, SECOND ROW: Starr, Williamson, Rock, Bibby, Horton. THIRD ROW: Hineman, Kreisberg, DiNarclo, Ermi. FOURTH ROW: Marlcovich, Belich, Mr. D'Antonio, Santia, Ma- lesh. BASKETBALL PROGRAMS sold at all home league games were a profitable proiect for juniors this year. Program Chairman Marlene Markovich Crightj checks the lineups with Mr. D'An- tonio, class sponsor. or the My year ahead MR. PUKACH FRONT ROW: Hines, Dinello, Redd, McDonald, R. Montini, E. Montini. SECOND ROW: To- meo, Giuliani, Kobaly, Rossi, Crnkovich, Santilli, Poland. THIRD ROW: Polis, Salay, Pal- ko, Tisch, Gentile. FOURTH ROW: Naddour, A. Yoko, Gu- minsky, Frioni, Ross, Fedorchak, Hiber. MR. FAUSOLD FRONT ROW: Peirce, Smith, Popovich, Frank, Robertson, Kelley. SECOND ROW: Cane- pele, Hobbs, Wilyot, Marko- vich, McKenzie, Ranics, Gordon, Pitts. THIRD ROW: Pappas Wagner, Feldman, Jones, Eva- sovich, Stoll. FOURTH ROW: Weaver, David, Otto, Maravich, Plodinec, Klenovic, Piccirilli. 1 BROTHERHOOD, o unit of study in American history classes is well expressed in the words of St Francis of Assisi here LITERATURE pupils A Buffalinl c1ndJ Bazemore attend to their observed b E. Co T' A, D'fk nd M BI y ur mas, I a oi r aney lessons in Miss Thel s American literature class for Iumors l with AtudieA and meetingsf Z 5 MRS. FLEMING FRONT ROW: Baldwin, Conti Arbutina, Platoniotis, Ross, Pri mioli. SECOND ROW: Bene clict, Bufalini, Clark, Nesta, Ba yorek, Shinn, Mencer, Starr THIRD ROW: Mrs. Fleming Smallwood, Sims, Rangel, Vu ianich, Salaya, Wallace, Leis FOURTH ROW: Prosser, Gist, Sutton, Marshall, Calclarelli Smith, Pratt, Miller, 58 JUNIORS MR. D'ANTONIO FRONT ROW: Rock, Caldarelli, Kreisberg, Del Tondo, Motion, Vreen. SECOND ROW: Kow- check, Sims, DiNarclo, William- son, Papavasilis, Haney, Cola- fella, Gregory. THIRD ROW: Gipson, Tucker, Smith, Santia, Cercone, Biancucci, Mr. D'An- tonio. FOURTH ROW: Cain, De- Salle, Short, Barkovich, Jones, Zemkosky, Hall, Battisti, Neft. MRS. UJEVICH FRONT ROW: Bibby, Colaluca Ochalek, Thomas, Merriman Marshall. SECOND ROW: Mrs Uievich, Tolta, Simone, Frioni Proctor, Franklin, Silvestri THIRD ROW: Horton, Katcher Lehockey, Maruhnich, Marthens Theoclorou. FOURTH ROW: Ox endine, Ross, Jones, Freeman Marelli, Vrebac, Vuclcovich. X 1 r 1 1 TYPING II for P. Waltenbaugh, P. Ross, and M. Piroli SHORTHAND I occupies many hours for L. Wilyof and requires Miss Duker's careful scrutiny. J. Franklin of Mrs. Evanko's junior class. MRS. COULTER FRONT ROW: Taylor, Rozic, Fa fur, Bires, Chapes, Coley. SEC- OND ROW: Corsi, Baichelor, Courinos, DiPasquale, Bendzak Damiano, M. Horion, Lipecky THIRD ROW: Koda, Anderson C. Horton, Massoud, Manfredi Sfacho. FOURTH ROW: Gew efh, Wickline, McBride, Malesh Colbert, Estright, Simonich, Dy dek. MR. CRAWFORD FRONT ROW: Champ, Randa- novich, Krayniewski, Ermi, Fre- dich, Monahan. SECOND ROW: Piroli, H. Thompson, E. Thomp- son, Salvaii, Dzuro, Hineman, Helterbran, Finks, THIRD ROW: Smallwood, Roma, Josey, Hoh- son, Bruno, Durbin. FOURTH ROW: Dimifrion, Deleonardis, Conney, Rhodes, Wallace, Be- lich, Barna, Babish, Resfaino. dam driaJe.A and prom plum 59 HM, sy, X C., M 2, they can 't wait or SX MRS. SMITH FRONT ROW: Ralich, Bazemore, Wiggins, Bokoski, Chcichin, McLaughlin. SECOND ROW: McGrew, Hannon, Popovnak, J. Anderson, J. Anderson, Leh- eny, D'Agostino, Gabor. THIRD ROW: Oddis, Brubaker, DiCioc- cio, Turney, Conti, Conner, Stamm, Williams. FOURTH ROW: Shipman, Teleha, Piot- rowski, Shirk, Sutherland, Shope, Wadding, Schilo. MRS. LONG FRONT ROW: Reddick, White! head, Waltenbaugh, Snyder, Trbovich, Young. SECOND ROW: Adduci, Pearson, Venan- zi, Tselepis, Sintay, Moore, Pon- tis, Abson, Infantozzi, THIRD ROW: Sokolovich, Zernich, Long, Hunter, Belan, Byers, Dawson, Gist. FOURTH ROW: Hredzak, Ceravola, McBride, Weaver, Roccatani, Ditka, Be- Iich, Brown. JUNIORS METAL SHOP student Angelo Sylvester uses the lathe to make ca ring as Mr. Halama, instructor, looks on. 60 SEATED: A. Tomei, R. Gcxrloini, STANDING: E. Duko- vich, J. Montini, C. Suder, J. Knight. SOPHUMORES Glass of 1959 President ,, Vice President Secretary . .. Treasurer ,,... Sgt.-at-Arms . Parliarnenfarian 7101.124 the time to clwme couffAeA MRS. MARSDEN FRONT ROW: Dawson, Rodich, Lewis, Collins, Cox, Frederick. SECOND ROW: Bryon, G. Davis, Baldwin, Sel- kovitz, Ulotoski, Richards. THIRD ROW: Burney, Willgruber, Anderson, Dukovich, Lang, Congicxno, Buono, Dovid, FOURTH ROW: Dickson, Hiber, E. Davis, Maddrey, Grahovac, Piccie relli, Fleegal, Royal, Borletta, Tesla. MR. POLOVINA FRONT ROW: Moyton, Teterich, Ricci- telli, Lint, Merges, Fisher. SECOND ROW: Johnson, Rittelman, Puulin, Toth, Colangelo, Baker, Gray. THIRD ROW: Sandor, Francona, Houser, Pur- dy, Bortosh, Rettiger. FOURTH ROW: Wolfe, Volk, Jozsa, Dobiczyski, George, Davis, Vuketich, Ogrizovich, Tomei. OFFICERS Anthony Tomei .. Charles Suder Joyce A. Montini Evelyn Dukovich Ronald Golrbini June Knight ,,. , is X' URW! SOPHOMORES MR. RUSCITTI FRONT ROW: Wallace, Edwards, Mar- kovich, Palermo, Knight, Salvati. SECOND ROW: George, Turkall, Mc- Henry, Carpenter, Danianic, V. Hen- derson. THIRD ROW: Ferris, Byrd, Moore, Douglas, Williams, DuBrowa. FOURTH ROW: Lowe, Petrovich, Rib- nicky, McCue, Likovich, Dawkins, G. Henderson. MRS. KIRK FRONT ROW: Martini, Lewis, Klein, Ramunno, Chabala, Prodanovich. SECOND ROW: DiPasquale, Loyash, DiSante, Greenberg, Casuccio, Otto. THIRD ROW: Close, Donaldson, P. Og- rizovich, Gaston, Zarkovich, Santia. FOURTH ROW: Flowers, E. Smith: B. Smith, G. Ogrizovich, Cohen, Gnarra, Revis, Monahan. MR. BROWN FRONT ROW: Popovich, Alger, Gre- gorakis, Tucker, Smith, Ruscitti. SEC- OND ROW: Shannon, Schwartz, Stal- ter, Brown, Gurniak, Cheuvront, Mc- Pherson, Schuster, THIRD ROW: Foust, Knight, DeMartines, Dew, Zak, McHenry, Urick, Pelligrini, Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Garbini, Monahan, Campbell, Santilli, Elko, Gewin, Yur- kovich, Brooks. ABSENTEES: Oaks, Nadzam. MR. MASLANIK FRONT ROW: Frye, Dydek, Mr. Mas- Ianik, Barnett, Norris, Jones. SEC- OND ROW: Lennig, Shannon, Fiscus Moore, Patterson, Evans, Mastellino THIRD ROW: Klein, Hages, Call, Pil lar, Stadnik, Matesic. FOURTH ROW Johnson, Perriello, Young, Calabria Solomon, Rhodes, Sellars. 62 and join extra-curricular actialitim MR. BONOMI FRONT ROW: Como, Smallwook, Kei- fer, Reynolds, Herda, Wifner. SEC- OND ROW: Barnet, Bazemari, Derg- lin, Ferry, Ree, Pierce, Reinel, THIRD ROW: Sherba, Shannon, Reineri, Ros- so, Johnson, Giocondo, Kleisf, Morgan, Lehman. FOURTH ROW: Cabraia, Smith, Holmes, Vespaziani, Sakai, Chotiner, Fadool. MRS. EDWARDS FRONT ROW: Pollock, Fontana, Hill, Frank, Katz, Woolonich. SECOND ROW: Teleha, Jones, Czarneski, Shee- der, Polis, Evans, Weigle, Naurocki, Toliver. THIRD ROW: Humphries, Bor- odach, Brash, Hendon, Asforino, Nal- li, Gerovac, Bibby. FOURTH ROW: Bryant, Beika, Hanna, Ursitfi, Kasper, Feikovich, Faber. SOPHOMORES uni' BIOLOGY for sophomores R. Shively and J Ulafoski in BOOKKEEPING 'For Elizabeth Ricifelli seems an easier cludes scrutiny of better-than-life-size models of the Task with Miss MacMillan's help. heart and eye, here displayed by Mr. Zahorchak 63 SOPHOMORES MR. BRITTON FRONT ROW: Fox, DiGiovine, Keber, Venitti, Wimbs, Howell. SECOND ROW: Nutter, Carney, Josey, C. Smith, Bryant, Valetti, Palladini. THIRD ROW: Ilov, Johnson, Korpash, Bacha, D. Smith, Todoro. FOURTH ROW: Hancovsky, Kohar, Sulvuti, Sel- lari, Brown, Mastrofrcxncesco, Stefanik, Mansueti. MISS MacMILLAN FRONT ROW: Stevens, Frioni, Sherin, Deleonardis, DeLisio, Sobon. SECOND ROW: Bellocchi, Ladika, Hribar, Conti, Dugos, Brown, Adkinson. THIRD ROW: Turner, George, Motton, Zenn, Del- Turco, Pietrandrea, Fox, Dawkins, Buf- falo, St. John. FOURTH ROW: Musko- vich, Kozel, Suder, Cekoric, Shively, Casoli, Bradick, Cain, Moore, MR. HALAMA FRONT ROW: Stolkovich, Wingert, Swogger, Young, Powell, Colonna. SECOND ROW: Mr. Halama, Durbin, Angotti, Fedorchak, Piccirilli, Weingar- ten, Kotala. THIRD ROW: Sudar, Jones, Little, Petrella, Miller, M. Hen- derson, M. Henderson. FOURTH ROW: Stepanovich, Andrews, Sprout, Tre- har, Moore, Surratt, Katkich, Latone, Turkovich. ABSENTEES: Young, Mur- dock, Vallecorscl. MR. MERGES FRONT ROW: Barson, Cain, McKenzie, Kancel, Kyper, Laurenzi. SECOND ROW: DiCicco, Savage, Carney, Tho- mas, Retollic, Zavinski, McCoy, Mon- tini, Deloseph. THIRD ROW: Rita, Nelms, Brickner, Green, Trbovich, Pol- Iick, Grossi. FOURTH ROW: Byrd, Henderson, Conte, Scrutchins, Paul, Festor, Simonich. 64 QL MR. ADAMS FRONT ROW: Mamula, Nadzam, Fish- er, Corsi, Poland, Cercone. SECOND ROW: Diaddigo, Bayus, Golixer, Pe- trella, Fatur, Maruski. THIRD ROW: Peduzzi, Barr, West, Schreib, Krouch- ko, Alessandro, Myskiw, FOURTH ROW: Johnson, Knox, Miller, Yurko, Willgruber, Faiella, Barbour, Trom- betta. ABSENTEES: Kistler. MRS. BATTLES MR. GUTHRIE FRONT ROW: Williams, Green, Pierre, Bradel, Falbo, Myers. SECOND ROW: Dunson, Benaquisto, Conti, Marthens, B. Parker, Hall, Shiflet, Pillar. THIRD ROW: Butler, Pearson, Wallace, John- son, Mansueti, Ginand, Mileca. FOURTH ROW: Biega, J. Parker, Har- ris, Alger, Dunbar, Feher, Miller. MR. FAZIO FRONT ROW: Broskey, Politano, Mr. Fazio, Pilotti, Lombardo, Moye. SEC- OND ROW: Bryant, B. Dicicco, Weav- er, Gist, Wimbs, Ferry, Cunningham. THIRD ROW: Shust, Cable, Katulak, Sutton, Brubaker, Manko, Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: Mowad, McCoy, Cobb, S. Dicicco, Robinson, Yaklich, Tomasko, Krayniewski. 65 Y n,Q!,..iuQ"d""'f llllil FRESHMEN class of 1960 NOVEMBER'S mock presidential election in all history classes prompted displays of colorful posters and careful marking of ballots by our "voters." Sandy Skeriotis and Yvonne Britza were among freshmen who learned how to exer- cise one of our precious American freedoms, X 'ls "Avi H - 6, fee f' ' ' S X X ,f ml FRESHMEN MISS TRUDGEON MRS. ZETTEI. FRONT ROW: Maruhnich, Guerrieri, Miss Trudgeon, Glovier, Cassidy, Tur- kovich. SECOND ROW: D'Anfonio, Williams, Palaclina, Loyaslw, Godzik, Demianowicz, Cekoric, Cannon. THIRD ROW: Brown, Vasilis, Revis, Gaskins, Lee, Chochran, Warzynski. FOURTH ROW: Ball, Smerigan, Popora, Cobb, Consfantinou, Ulinski, Harlow. MISS COCHRAN FRONT ROW: Deceder, D'Eramo, Du- lick, Houswirth, Nigh, Grossi. SEC- OND ROW: Duesenberry, Gioccnda, Cox, Dzama, DePiefress, Henderson, Conner, Prigorac. THIRD ROW: Mon- teleone, Mosholder, Gorman, Jeier, Lee, Mandiiy. FOURTH ROW: McEl- haney, Haboush, Colonna, Smiflw, Rog- ers, Mamula, Kramer. MR. FUDERICH FRONT ROW: Townsend, Salvaii, Nar- quini, Duich, Conracly, Call. SECOND ROW: Slolkovich, Smith, Nallie, Red- dy, Carter, D'OHavio, Flowers. THIRD ROW: Sims, Carr, Kaylor, Vitale, Lynn, Kier, lvkovich. FOURTH ROW: Weaver, O'NeaI, McMullen, Miller, Meufe, DePieTress, Phillips. MR. BATCHELOR FRONT ROW: Bailey, Briffon, Rubino, Manasterski, Dolan, Morgan. SECOND ROW: Wickline, Delwiler, Fedor McGrady, Morrissette, Glucki, Jeter, Hons, Beaner, Campbell. THIRD ROW: Rita, Sfacho, Kostelich, Sfifeler, Ware, Suffon, Rosen, Morris, Wallace, Urban. Ylaey Avon learn their way around MISS MORAN FRONT ROW: Housden, Tucker, Fergu- son, Neugebauer, Sfofler, Junak. SEC- OND ROW: Wimbs, Dixon, Delon, Si- vak, Schusier, Welch, Emerick, Reid, Miss Moran. THIRD ROW: Fisher, Mu- sulin, Velgos, Reffiger, Dinello, Mc- Cracken, Mansuetii, Crumity. FOURTH ROW: Svaigerf, Plutko, McMorris, Fox- all, Bowie, Thorpe, Wilson, Simmons, Kimbrough. MR. BATTLES FRONT ROW: Nufter, Rees, Baldwin Robinson, Wallace, Zahorsky. SEC- OND ROW: Rosa, Wagner, Jordan Buardi, Horvafh, O'Roark, Dixon, Mr. Battles. THIRD ROW: Kirkwood, Nasy, Bowling, Markovich, Bianchi, Ross, Ta. Talovich. FOURTH ROW: Wingafe, Stai- ler, Miller, Allison, Moore, Orson, Faiefa, Rickerson, Bowden, Smith. FRESHNIEN 1 1 MR. MCCORMICK FRONT ROW: Kiliany, Carpenter, Ep- pley, Angel, Hunf, Mancini. SECOND ROW: Ladish, Gruber, Fisher, Hays, Evasovich, Maravich, Fricke. THIRD ROW: Mallinger, Moore, Sapp, Wei- bel, Warsing, Klenovich. FOURTH ROW: Mockus, Reimond, DiCicco, Le- onardo, Wesl, Cosfanza, Reynolds, Townsend. MR. ROSS FRONT ROW: Goldsmiih, Loyash, Ka- panyko, Malackanich, Lampich, Man- suefi. SECOND ROW: Zmiiianac, Wesl, Roma, Louer, Peros, Peatross, Michael. THIRD ROW: Polis, Palmer, McCormick, Snyder, Sernko, Hayduk. FOURTH ROW: Jones, Sfruggs, McLaughlin, Kalmer, Travlos, Merges, Marshall. 67 ' . 1 ,gn-a-is lr FRESHNIEN MRS. EVANKO FRONT ROW: Symons, Wilkens, Kray- niewski, Thomas, Padgett, Lemons. SECOND ROW: Wagner, Shannon, Srczfin, Kocher, Trone, Sanfilli, Hines Kanyuk. THIRD ROW: Brafich, Pol- mer, DuVoll, Tanner, Boyd, McClure, Batfaglini. FOURTH ROW: Cekoric Cameron, Crosby, Williams, Mrozoski Brewer, Krosky, Vespcxzioni. I 1 1 MISS DUKER FRONT ROW: Robinson, Ruby, McCor- mick, Gohagan, Yonessa, Skerioiis. SECOND ROW: Speirs, Briiza, Emer- ink, cerilli, sfmler, Pohl. THIRD ROW: Pager, Pinkosky, Slofniske, Funk. FOURTH ROW: Wolak, Finch, Ludwico, Babich, Linko, Sims, Gaskins. MRS. HOLESH FRONT ROW: Baker, Lescisin, Miller, Shoffalo, Glenn, Woolonich. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Holesh, Junak, William- son, Angelilli, Bihary, Carroll, Wha- len. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Winkle, We- ingarfen, Doty, Bernola, Patton, Pros- per. FOURTH ROW: Green, Boffisti, Wilkins, Barkley, Wilson, Coroso, Hickman, Weston. ABSENTEES: Woods, Aldrich. MISS VINCIC FRONT ROW: Barcheski, Thompson, Sobon, DeLisio, Lehaney, Baldwin. SECOND ROW: Miss Vincic, Roras, Ellis, Bonanni, Dawson, Porry. THIRD ROW: Young, Esfok, Oblinger, Ander- son, Alston, Robinson. FOURTH ROW: Scorsella, Hockenberry, Pierce, Yordic, Bulof, Walker, Milochik. EIGHTH GRADE HEALTH classes for eighth graders like Linda DeJoseph and Marie Cercone included a study of proper bandaging techniques MISS HARCH ICK FRONT ROW: Hunter, Bryant, J. Si- chak, Wilson, B. Szedny, Cercone. SECOND ROW: Miss Harchick, Ander- son, Duker, Canetta, Hardin, Horvath, Sporny, Blackman, Bruce. THIRD ROW: Hage, Gregorakis, Cropper, Constan- tinou, Bowie, DeJoseph, Wasil, J. Szedny. FOURTH ROW: Dawkins, Bor- ing, Sams, Thomas, Morris, Cochran, DeNuzzio, Klanicki, Messmer. FIFTH ROW: Mancini, Aflug, Colbert, Rossi, Lytle, Altano, Suder, Matta, Johnson, R. Sichak, Sims. MISS WOZNICKI FRONT ROW: Josey, Herdo, Dravich, Tyson, Gnarra, Blair. SECOND ROW: Gist, Fetkovich, Farkas, Figley, Irwin, Dinello, King, McCalister. THIRD ROW: Mancini, Leli, S. Lechman, Mahon, Ful- ler, Compston, Boos, Bowie. FOURTH ROW: Horton, Edward, Halloday, To- masko, Ley, Katches, Lassiter, Hudson, Jacobs. FIFTH ROW: C. Lechman, Fouse, Dobiszyski, Hribar, Arbutina, Kordich, Evans, Wilson, Krajec. MR. CABLE FRONT ROW: Rossi, D. Morgan, Tes- la, Piccirrilli, Saunders, Rex. SECOND ROW: D. Miller, J. Williams, Razzano, Wawro, Santia, Zarnich, Seevers, Gre- gorakis. THIRD ROW: Zemkosky, Syl- vester, Witner, Peya, Sadler, Mages- tro, H. Miller, Sims, W. Miller. FOURTH ROW: Relich, Torbic, Cox, Sercel, Miner, Scrutchins, M. Williams, Thompson, Palermo, T. Morgan. FIFTH ROW: Orsag, Smith, Reddick, Rebich, Simko, Sebastian, Schucolsky, Hocken- berry, Tabb. 69 Some work and Aome fan WHAT'S IN STORE FOR TODAY?-Cheeb leader Arlene Buftalini checks in at her locker as the day begins. .MA HALF-DAYS IN THE SHOPS 'For vocational carpen- ters ftop photoj and auto mechanics: Carpenters L. Anderson, J. Costanza, J. Schwab, R. Williams, and R. Collins hear instructor Ciriacy Cleftl explain their project. Auto Mechanics instructor Rockage Cleft- bottom photoj works with R. Wolf, R. Zenn, W. Fox, F. Paul, J. Morris, and B. Humphries. LIVE WIRES in the electrical shop with instructor Ladish Cstanding leftj are Dennis Stanhope and James Thomas, fkneelingl Armando Ermi and Wil- liam Dixon. . . . ith all in a day at 14 iqurppa High NIMBLE JUNIORS swing their partners in boys' ARTISTRY IN PENCIL occupies TONY TYUSQOVT and girls' combined physical education classes. CSSUTS'-ii, R- Je5Ckef B. WO1llClC9, M. D'AgoSflr10, and arf instructor Merges. DRIVER EDUCATION for iunior Koula Papavasilis means a six-week behind-the-wheel spin with Mr. Battles. 'RITHMETIC means geometric angles READIN' For Miss Adams' senior Eng- REFRESHMENT time's over for home for Richard Lehman in Mrs. Holesh's lish, Margaret DePietress obtains a ec students A. Tselepis, N. Rubeis, M. sophomore class. 'few pointers. Peirce, and Mrs. Zettel Cleffj. 71 W! f 1 31 ff Y VJ 1 ff Z 4.-J 5 , f Q f V' AEIIV 1957 QUIPPIAN STAFF FRONT ROW: M. Diacldigo, T. Trasporf, S. Moore, S. Wolfe, M. Namadan, J. Sfuby, V. Smolanovich. SECOND ROW: D. Junak, J, Milliner, V, Rizopoulous, S. Tuday, J. Wykes, H. Simko, H. Fedorchak, P. Tomei, L. Capella, S. Dudziak. Miss Jo Ann Cochran Adviser Editor-in-Chief ..... . . ,,., ., , Margie Stern Business Manager ..,., ..... A nna Marie Rogers Advertising Manager ...... .,,, B efty Cabot At left: Betty Cabot, Anna Marie Rogers, Margie Sfern. QUIPPIAN ASSEMBLY PERSONALITIES WATCH THAT VILLAIN!-T. Trasporf, J. Sfuby, M. Siem, WATCH THAT CUE!-Prompter, S. Dudziak fleffl, Super 5- TUCl0Y. Salesmen, S. Wolfe and B. Piocquidio. Qgln ty wil ing Aeniom with a orward look SALES STAFF: FRONT ROW: A. Sarkis, M, Vagnoni, A. Rogers, V. Rizopoulous, M. Palermo, E. Gentile. SECOND ROW: J. Mastellino, B. Taylor, E. Pollack, D. Buono, J. Barletta, H. Sim ko, A. Martin. THIRD ROW: J. Linko, S. Tuclay, P. Rinaldi, S. Ben, F. Mastellino, D. Prosper, C. Person, P. Scarrazo. FOURTH ROW: N. Glover, J. Charles, M. DiNiro, G. Kelley, V. Suder, B. Ogrizovich, D. Travis, K. Parascenzo, D. Zaiac, B, Hornyak, B. Mansuetti. ABSENT: M. Monahan, T. Ginand, E. Valentick, R. Varecha, L. Mattic. STAFF Class Editor .,.,... , .,,....... ,.,. ......,.....,. S a ndra Wolfe Assistants ..... ..,,. J udy Wykes, Helene Fedorchak Club Editor .......... ..,.....,........,,. . .. Margaret Namadan Assistants ..... ,,..... S tella Dudziak, Laura Capella Sports Editor .,.... .,.,.. .,..,,,......,..................... J o e Stuby Girls Sports Editor ....,. Mary Ann Diaddigo Asssitant . .,.. ..., ...... ...,.,. D i a ne Junalc PICTURE SALES COMMITTEE: Helen Fedorchak, chm., P. Bell, M. lack, R. Varecha, R. Wolak, K. Zeigler. Photography Editor ......, ., Susan Moore Assistant ..., ' . . ..,.,.... ,..., , . ..... Helen Slmko Art Editor .. . .. .... ..,....., . ........, . . . Tony Trasport Typing Co-Editors ..,.......,. , Violet Smolanovich, Pauline Tomei Assistant ...,. ., ' ' , ......,,...... .,.....,.,... ..,... . Jeannette Mllllner Assistant to Business Manager , . .. ,. . . Evangeline Rizopoulous Assistant to Advertising Manager .. . .,.., .... , ., . Sylvia Tuday DePietress, M. Frangopoulous, S. Kier, C. Parascenzo, E, Pol- PATRON'S COMMITTEE-A Rogers, V. Rizopoulous, B. Cabot, S. Tuday--chairmen: E. Agostine, L. Aynardi, N. Ball, S. Ben, L. Capella, M. Centifanti, J. Charles, M. DePietress, M. Diadcligo, M, DiNiro, S. Dudziak, M. Dukovich, M. Frangopoulous, C. Kaldon, J. Linko, C. Holmes, N. Horwatt, C. Marks, F. Mastellino, J. Mastellino, A. Martin, J. Milliner, S. Moore, M. Namadam, B. Ogrizovich, C. Person, C. Parascenzo, D. Prosper, P. Rinaldi, H. Shannon, V. Smolanovich, M. Stern, V. Suder, H. Svedock, M, Tomei, M. Vognoni, A. Vallicorsa, R. Varecha, J. Yanko, J. Yonkovich. ADVERTISING STAFF FRONT ROW: B. Ogrizovich, S. Tuday, B. Cabot, D. Prosper. SECOND ROW: B. Taylor, J. Charles, A. Vallecorsa. ABSENT: M. Grahach, D. Junak. 75 STUDENT COUNCIL 3 OFFICERS President ,,,,........ ..,...... ........,., ,.... M a r y Ann Diaddigo Vice President .,.. . ..,........., .... A nn Rossi Secretary ....,,.. ...... A nna Marie Rogers Treasurer ...,, .............. ........ ....... S a n dy Hannan Assistant Secretary-Treasurer ..,,, ..,... G eorge Savage Sergeant-at-Arms .. ....,.....,... ,,,, Y vgnne Mogre Parliamentarian .... . ...., Loretta Aynardi CLEAN-UP committee members Susan Moore and Vangie Rizopou- los post one of many Student Council signs. PLANS to relieve hall congestion are outlined by Mr. Ruscitti lcenterj for P. Dydek, M. Diaddigo, J. Stuby and A. Rossi. In keeping with the Student Council's purpose ot serving the student body and promoting favorable student-faculty relations, action has been taken on many suggestions made by both of these groups. This action has included: ef- forts to ease hall congestion by erecting "up" and "down" signs at stairways, a clean-campus drive which elicited the help of several school clubs: the accumula- tion of films for a class film library, and preparations for an exchange assembly with an area high school. The 1956-57 Student Council membership roster has included homeroom representatives and alternates and several standing members with previous experience in Council programs. FRONT ROW: Cappella, Hannan, Rogers ,Diaddigo, Mr. Ruscitti, Rossi, Aynardi, Moore SECOND ROW: Duker, Conrady, Corsi Rizopoulos, Marks, Wylces, Horwatt, Dydek, Ulatoski, Delon, Zahorsky. THIRD ROW: Primioli, Teleha, Shiflet, Markovich, Bot ley, Duich, Ronyecz, Centifanti, Moore, Knight, Piccirrilli. FOURTH ROW: Bellocchi, Connors, Brown, Symons, Evasovich Gaston, Holmes, Scarcella, Kier, Ranicks, Colafella. FIFTH ROW: Sherba, Venanzi, Ochelalc, Poldinec, Honatke, Dougherty Delisio, Stuby, Barna, Francona, Roccatani, Smith, Trkovich, Brown, Stacho. ABSENT: Dukovich. ...nu-cf xf : Q if 1 1 1 NATIONAL HONOR SOOIETY Mrs. Sarah Chambers Sponsor FRONT ROW: Wolfe, Recht, B Cabot, Namadan, Rizopoulos, Wykes. SECOND ROW: Duko- vich, Aynardi, .Iunak, Rogers, Stern, Raub. THIRD ROW Moore, Fedorchak, Swen, C. Ca- bot, Diaddigo, Cappella, Dud- ziak. FRONT ROW: Simko, Mastel lino. SECOND ROW: Politano, Taylor, Ronyecz, DePietress, Horwatt. THIRD ROW: Tomei, Frangopoulous, Scarfone, Centi tanti, Bell. FOURTH ROW: Gar bini, Powers, Mravic, Dornick, Townsend, Smith. For the first time in our Society's school history, separate induc- tion ceremonies for seniors and juniors were held this year. Members previously elected in their iunior year were ioined by I8 seniors re- ceived in November. February's 22 iunior inductees swelled the schol- ars' ranks to 50. Continuing their sales of Christmas cards and pop- corn, members have added to the Society's War Memorial Scholarship fund. 1957 marks the tenth year for awarding a 35200. scholarship to a deserving alumnus who has completed at least one year of higher education. OFFICERS President ,,,....,. ...... G erald Swen V. President .... Mary Ann Dukovich Secretary ...................., Betty Cabot Historian .... ,...... N ancy Raub JUNIORS-FRONT ROW: Hineman, Kreisberg, Hannan, Stacho, Papavasilis, Bibby, Dzuro, Rock. SECOND ROW: Markovich, Moore, Leis, Fatur, Ranics, Roma, Manfredi, Schilo. THIRD ROW: Godshall, Roccatani, Shirk, Byers, Piotrowski, Wagner, Wadding, Sopko. NATIONAL Ut? S27CiETY 77 BAND Parade or concert, rain or Anow OUR MUSIC MAKERS, IIO Probably the most active organization in A H S th b d . . ., e an Band Parents organization, the concert was previewed at added one more date to its crowded calendar with the first pop a student matinee performance prior to the evening pro- concert held in January. Sponsored by the newly formed gram. Director F. J. Sporny FLUTE: M. Dixon, J. Ladish, L. Mayton, C. Pohl, J. Schreib, N, Selkovits, G. Swen. CLARINET: E. Agos- tine, D. Anderson, D. Bianchi, V. Biancucci, W. Cek- oric, B. Cox, M. Donaldson, M. Dukovich, B. Frye, J. Haney, C. Holmes, N. Horwatt, D. Kiefer, M. Mara- vich, R. Moore, K. Popovich, R. Rubino, J. Shirk, E. Valentick, B. Willgruber. ALTO CLARINET: L. Byers. BASS CLARINET: R. Kramer, M. lnfantozzi. OBOE: P. Gentile, N. Moore. BASSOON: Prosser. ALTO SAX: B. Baker, R. Barna, R. Bradley, R. Bryant, B. Cohen, B. Stewart, A. Sylvester, J, Yonkovich. TENOR SAX: G. Hredzak, P. Thomas. BARITONE SAX: J. Josey, R. Tomeo. 78 strong, are pictured here in readiness for their first ith alwazp good muAie wherever they go! annual pop concert, a program sponsored by the newly organized Band Parents group. Marching drills and regular third period rehearsals were almost forgotten when the Band Parents sponsored a masquer- ade party for band members in November. ln keeping with a Mardi gras theme, the evening's activity included dancing and the awarding of prizes to members with the most original costumes. CSee photo-pp. 72-73.D CORNET: J. Alger, L. Aynardi, R. Brash, T. Brown, R. Bowden, J. Dornick, J. Fredrick, D. Jackson, L. Loy- arsh, L. Marshall, J. Orson, J. Reddick, C. Smith, F. Valetti, H. Williams. FRENCH HORN: C. DuBrown, W. Glass, T. Gnarra, R. Houston, D. Sutherland. TROMBONE: W. Bartosh, S, Belli, A. Campana, W. Holmes, G. Kobaly, L. Miller, E. Reynolds, R. Rock- well, R, Tatalovich. BARITONE: E. Colonna, J. Lewis, A. Pratt, N. Slezak, C. Stamm, R. Todora. BASS HORN: A, Babish, G. Casuccio, A. Conte, R. DeFrancesco, W. Hines, M. Lucci, C. Winkle. PER- CUSSION: T. Douglas, C. Ferry, J, Marelli, M. Sea- man, G. Sudar, R. Thompson. BELL 8. CHIME: P. Cekoric, MAJORETTES AND COLOR GUARD-Front: P. Rock, L. Cable, B. Swogger, J. Montini, H. Bibby, M. Junak, B. Otto, Rear: W. Brown, R. Katchur, R. McCracken, T. Belich. TWIRLER AND CLARINET: L. Cable, B. Swogger, B. Otto TWIRLER: H. Bibby, R. Junak, J. Montini, P. Rock. BAND LI- BRARIAN: M. Gabor. BAND ANNOUNCER: J. Weimer MANAGER AND COLOR BEARER: T. Belich, W. Brown, D McCracken, R, Katchur, P. Sheetz, S. Sullivan. BI-ICH CHOIR Mrs. Mary Lou Bennett Director OFFICERS President .....r.,.., , Ed Duthaler Vice President . ...., Margaret DePietress has in Secretary .,.. . ,. Lynn Hineman Treasurer , Willie Roberts Librarians .... ..., J udy Green and Jack McMullen ENSEMBLE FRONT ROW: Brown, Mrs. Bennett, Stacho. SECOND ROW: Sims, Shinn, Hilterbran, Smith, Abson. THIRD ROW: Henderson, Scartone, Danianic, Robertson, Duthaler, FOURTH ROW: Roberts, Wallace, Davis, Elko, ABSENT: Vagnoni, Williams, Zemkosky, Katz. Thanksgiving ...Christmas . . . Easter... chapel programs. Resplendent in their blue and gold robes, the Bach Choir and Ensemble are natural choices for our holiday assembly programs, With novelty arrangements their specialty, this group of mixed voices is scheduled for many of our monthly chapel programs, the N.H.S. assembly, community appearances and the annual vocal concert. Social activities for the songsters include a ioint Christmas party with the Girls' Chorus and the spring banquet honoring senior members. FRONT ROW: Buftaloe, Keber, Massoud, Lewis, S. Williams, Mrs. Bennett, L. Brown, Ulatoski, Abson, Taylor, Zmiianac. SEC- OND ROW: Travlos, Chabala, Young, Benaquisto, Hilterbran, Hineman, Wimbs, Green, Kramer. THIRD ROW: Robertson, P. Sims, B. Sims, Shinn, Dydek, Stacho, Williamson, Trombetta, McMullen, Milecca. FOURTH ROW: McBride, Henderson, Myskiw, Batley, J. Brown, J. Smith, Royal, McCue. FIFTH ROW: Muscovich, Revis, Barbour, Scarfone, Danianic, Symons, M. Smith, Thompson, Proctor, Elko, Mack. SIXTH ROW: Sellars, Roberts, Wallace, Duthaler, Aldrich, Suder, Toliver, Santia, Dimitrion, Miller, Davis. ABSENT: Vagnoni, Doty, C. Cabot, B. Cabot, Kotala, W. Williams. -Q f if ff r y , 80 'fi .K 'QNX X' X wixa X X Q . 5, X ' as 'Y if Q N? xx xsis 5 Q , , i , V GIRLS' CHORUS R , W, V 11,3 X , rj X f , X K, , , , , J , T , f ' , E Q as sqm. if ,xx-,Ns ,2 f f --,- X ' , , ., C ,. ,, , , W ,,f 1 . I eww X 'Z I in Q Z , Ng f , 'sw , -X ,fwyg K I y T I f L f , . .. W Aj, ,, A W! 2,j,,M SJ , 'f ' avian f f I ' It ' ' 4 .,, as fyxf 6 X W . S gf , if ,Y , - s wwf 1 . s Q X. . ,, , ,Ui ff , , Zi is is-7 Q y. ., x . , N35 W. 2 ,, .. -fy , X, a . W , '11 , ,if N. ,W X . .s y W' s X .N W V New I ff? pw.. an s - M, ' C7 R H s WN , y ff ' V 'X W' ff 7 , J, 5.91 f- ,gf ss 5 ef , -s X , f s sf, Ry ,Nw , If i V f t Q WW? , f : ' -zz W 6 f Q, ,.,-s W, vas W . . -st f I f ,f U W 2' if ' 'lwf , .Ng . , f S A F 1. 44-, I if iii ' fff 'J ,mf Qgs , ' V X 'f . Q ,Z ,, f 4 Z as , :Z ,7 W N, y , X ,ss-, , ' ,f v WA .V s f Z gf W X . gi : f " 'W' K , Q.. ', 3 A 'wr J e N. 3 K wwf? X, I ji f I ,J 7 , 4 ,, f W -,- za ,, . . , , f. . , , ' Y 41.3, , , V f X ,.,,. 71, ' P '- W ff , X I sl.. I W, .xo my I ,SW W , ww! 6.5.1, I , M XV, . 1 eff V312 , ' f f W , W 'i Q, 2 W. 'W 'i 'f,, v . I K in X f. f,, , f . .X , ,,,,, K . , ,A f f' f , i 1 r l ! ss N s FRONT ROW: Gregorakis, Deceder, Sratin, Lemons, Miller, D'Agostine, Mrs. McWilliams, E Thompson Marthens A Bry- ant, Gahagan, Gregory, Hauser. SECOND ROW: Eppley, Angel Bazemore, Dzama Schuster, Welch Cohnor Jo ce Youn 1 1 1 1 Y 91 Gaston, Gray, Namadam, Padgett. THIRD ROW: Barnett, Horton, Bowling, Milliner, G. Moore Judy Young Pantaleo Nu.Grew, Carpenter, Stevens. FOURTH ROW: Barson, Merriman, Papavasilis, Kreisberg, DiNardo, Alger, Stern, Fiicke, Janet Anderson, Vagnoni. FIFTH ROW: Gurniak, Herda, Keinel Mencer DeMartines Bryan Rittleman Hann L' G' d , , , , , an, els, locon a, Turney, Popovnalc, Wiggins. SIXTH ROW: S. Moore, Jean Anderson, Bokoski, Sheeder, Raub, A. McHenry Junak Kier Tay- lor, M. McHenry, Czarneski, Reid, Ralich. ABSENT: Thompson, McConnell, Nawrocki, Evasovich, Chachin, lvicNutt, J,ones,IHorn- yak, Dugas, Piccirilli. Mrs. Blanche McWilliams-Director To supply vocal music for school and civic programs throughout the year is no small task. But the Girls' Chorus and Choraliers take it in their stride, thanks to the direction of Mrs. McWilliams. With appearances scheduled for holiday pro- grams, the Aliquippa Woman's Club Choral Concert, N.H.S. induction, and the Spring Concert, the girls End their third period rehearsal time a busy one. In addition to a Christmas party held in coniunction with the Bach Choir, the Chorus honors its senior members with a spring banquet. OFFICERS President ...,.., , . . .....,. . Susan Moore Vice President .. .... .,.. ..... B a rloara Cain I Secretary-Treasurer ...,,, Julia DiNardo CHORALIERS FRONT ROW: Eppley, Bazemore, Herda, Mrs. McWilliams, Namadam, McGrew. SECOND ROW: Dzama, Alger, Horton, Connors, Stevens, Hauser. THIRD ROW: Anderson, Kreisberg, DiNardo, Wiggins, ' E. Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Gurniak, 4- - f DeMartines, Milliner, Leis, Turney. FIFTH ' 'if , Q4 ROW: Moore, Bokaski, Raub, Kier, Ralich, f J Young. ABSENT: H. Thompson, Evaso- I vich, Chachin, Jones. 1 3 , SI 1 A h z M W 4.1 . X 5 fwf ORGAN STUDENTS FRONT ROW: Mrs. Bennett, Stadnik, Smith, McConnell, Lutton, Lemons, Padgett. SECOND ROW: Lint, Ulatoski, Kancel, Hous den, Kramer, McKenzie, Marthens, Cheuvront, Lang, Rittleman. ABSENT: Abson. Mrs. Mary Lou Bennett-Instructor One group of students who can enjoy the peace and quiet of the auditorium is the organists. Undaunted by the necessity for constant practice ot scales and finger and pedal exercises, these pupils devote much time to perfecting their tech- niques. Several of the advanced students have accompanied our choral groups during special musical programs, provided background music for dramatic pro- ductions, and performed for community organizations and our own morning de- votions inthe auditorium. TRIO Mrs. Blanche McWilliams Director The trio will be remembered for its performances at the November induction of the National Honor So- ciety and several choral programs. Known for their versatility, the girls have included both sacred and se- cular numbers in their repertoire. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally McConnell faccompan- istj, Carol Turney Caltoj, Nancy Raub l2nd so- pranol, Susan Moore list sopranoj. 82 OFFICERS: O. Caldarelli, I. Caldarelli, L. Mar- shall, L. Ermi, and K. Papavasilis. JUNIOR RED CROSS Mrs. Grace Marsden Sponsor OFFICERS President . .,., .. ,,.,...,..,. Isabella Calderelli Vice President ,.... .... L andrum Marshall Secretary ..,.. ...,... . . Linda Ermi Treasurer ....., ...., O livia Calderelli Publicity ..,, ..., K oula Papavasilis MAKING TRAY FAVORS tor bed patients at De- shon and Aspinwall Hospitals is a prime proiect of Junior Red Cross members. Homeroom rep- resentatives heading the favor committee are Cl.to r.J: H. Svedok, R. Simmons, N. Glover, J. Clark, N. Richards. THE UNICEF DRIVE to collect funds for needy children overseas was spearheaded by a Junior Red Cross assembly. Participants in the program included Cl. to r.J: A. Rossi, J. Linko, L. Mattic, and J. Charles. FRONT ROW: Sturart, D'Agostino, Miss Harchick, Pollack, Parascenzo, Frangopoulos. SECOND ROW: Sarkis, Reynolds, Ula- toski, Pontis, Mayton, Wolfe, Zeigler, Norris. THIRD ROW: Lint, Rizopoulos, Horton, Stevens, Recht, Connors, Kotala. FOURTH ROW: Ochalek, Stern, Markovich, Valentich, Caldarelli, Naurocki, Yonfovich, Namadan. FIFTH ROW: Ermi, Teleha, White- head, Snyder, Lang, Ball, N, Moore, S. Moore, Kelly, Schieder. Y-TEENS Miss Genevieve Ha rchick-Sponsor Y-Teens marked a "first" among school service clubs this year with their reading programs for children at Sewickley Hospital. Making New Year's hats for veterans at Deshon Hospital was another of their projects. The tall initiation for new members opened the girls' social calendar, which also included a ioint Sweetheart Banquet with the school's Y-clubs, their annual Ma and Me Banquet, and a spring dinner honoring senior members. OFFICERS President ..,...,,,,, ,..,,..,................ E leanor Pollack Vice President . . .. ,,........ Barbara Stuart Secretary ........ ..., M ary Frangopoulos Treasurer ., , ..,. Marlene D'Agostino Chaplain .,... .,,. C atherine Parascenzo new members don costumes for their initiation. L. to r.: J. Sheeder, N. Moore, J. Ulatoski, D. Za- iac, B. Reynolds: front: D. Teleha. 84 "THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET."-Y-Teens' Donald Adams--Sponsor FRONT ROW: Roberts, Pioc- quidio, Mr. Adams, D'Attia- vio, Hines. SECOND ROW: Houser, Byers, Theodorau, Stoll, Kobaly, Z e r n ic h. THIRD ROW: Stuby, Town- send, Vauianic, Brown, Bar- na, Schilo, Mack. FOURTH ROW: Freeman, Marshall, Hredzak, Williams, Shirk, Reccotani, Piotrowski. AB- SENT: Stickles, Sutherland, Rockwell, Pratt, Polis, Oddis, Houston, Klenovic, L. Man- fredi. With service to the school and community a prime proiect, Hi-Y members were one-up on similar school service clubs before school's opening in September, when they erected a new campus sign at the entrance to the school grounds. Ad- ditional proiects included decorating the school Christmas tree and the distribu- tion and collection of March ot Dimes containers in the local business area. For- mal and informal initiation programs were included in their social calendar. OFFICERS President ........ .,.........,,, . ,. Vice President ,.... Secretary ....,,., ., Treasurer .,,,. Chaplain ...,.. .....,..... Sergeant-at-Arms ...... Stanley Stickles William Piocquidio . Albert D'Ottavia William Roberts William Hines Donald Polis "DECK THE HAl.l.S--" and so the Hi-Y boys com- ply with a Christmas tree, an annual proiect financed by the group. 85 TRI-HI-Y PITY THE INITIATE who can't take it! Enjoying Novem- FORMAL RECOGNITION of Y-club initiates included ber's informal Tri-Hi-Y initiation are Cl. to r.l: P. Rinaldi, presiding officers fl. to rj: S. Stickles fHi-YD, D. Junak C. Cabot, new member P. Dydek, and N. Cheuvront. CTri-Hi-YJ, P. Tomei fQuip Tri-Hi-YD, E. Pollack KY-Teensj, W. Roberts lHi-YD. Miss Mariiane Haight-Sponsor That our cafeteria is not always reserved for food service comes as no sur- prise to Tri-Hi-Y girls. Especially those new members who withstood the club's informal initiation antics lost October! Formal recognition, a more solemn occa- sion, occurred in February when all Y-club members convened in the high school. As we go to press, the Tri-Hi-Y is joining its sister organizations in preparations forthe annual Sweetheart Banquet. FRONT ROW: Martin, B. Cabot, Miss Haight, Junak, Krayniewski. SECOND ROW: Dydek, Chabala, Mastellino, DePietress, Moore, Rinaldi, Buftalini, Rossi. THIRD ROW: Murphy, Young, Cheuvront, Hor- watt, Suder, Raub, Milliner, Radanovich, Wilyot, C. Cabot, Benedict. FOURTH ROW: Rogers, Ogrizovich, Robertson, DiNello, Stoken, Platcinotis, Ranics, Canapele, Stacho, Hannon, Knight. OFFICERS President Diane Junalc Vice President Priscilla Krayniew ski Secretary Angie Tselipis Treasurer Betty Cabot Sergeant-at-Arms Elsie Martin 86 IIUIP TRI-HI-Y Miss Shirley Trudgeon Sponsor OFFICERS pictured at left who participated in the Y-club's formal initiation program include Cl. to r.D: B. Wingert, P. Tomei, L. Sylvester, B. Thomas, C. Marks. Quip Tri-Hi-Y members, numbering nearly 50 girls, have ioined their fellow Y-clubs in fostering high standards of character in the school and community. The girls' 1956-57 program included informal initiation for new members, formal rec- ognition services in coniunction with other Y-clubs, bowling, a party in honor of graduating members, and the annual Sweetheart Banquet. OFFICERS President Pauline Tomei Vice President Barbara Wingert Recording Secretary Carolyn Kaldon Corresponding Secretary Jerry Frioni Treasurer Barbara Thomas Sergeant-at-Arms Louise Sylvester FRONT ROW: DiPasquale, Wingert, Kaldon, P. Tomei, Miss Trudgeon, Sylvester, Thomas, Baldwin. SEC OND ROW: McCormick, Tolfa, Absent, Marks, Grahach, Salvati, Gentile, Corsi. THIRD ROW: Monahan Santilli, Mencer, Paulin, Colafella, Dzuro, Papavasilis, Simone, Barson. FOURTH ROW: R. Tomei, Dami ano, Rosso, Batchelor, Bibby, Venanzi, Herda. FIFTH ROW: Travis, Cappella, Courinas, Sintay, Oleska Ronyecz, Centifanti, Wykes, Adduci, Ralich. 87 9009, ,W LE GERCLE FRIINCIIISE Mrs. Helen Smith Sponsor DINING FRENCH FASHION lclock wise from 1.1: Horton, Godshall Belich, Macroglou, Moore, Stern Paracenzo. STANDING: Shirk, Ba bich. SONGSTERS Iseatedi: Fatur, Theo dorou. STANDING FRONT: Cal- darelli, Bama, Tisch, Evasovich Courines, Sintay, Popovich, Men- cer. SECOND ROW: Gentile Brown, Marshall, McKenzie, Crnko- vich, Bozinovich, Turney. Parlez-vous francais? The second and third year French students who belong to Le Cercle Francaise do. Of course, you don't even have to comprehend le fran- cais to enioy the annual French dinner or Madame Conner's crepe suzettes. French games and occasional French guests have mode the group's monthly meet- ings an interesting way of supplementing classroom studies. OFFICERS President ., ,,.... ..........,.......... T ony Theodorou Vice President ..... ,,,., B arbara Fatur Secretary ,...,.,., . ..., John Evasovich Treasurer ....,....,.,,,... .. ...... Betty Macroglou Program Chairman ...............,.... .leftrey Godshall Asst Program Chairman . ,, Isabella Caldarelli MADAME CONNER gives French students Tony Theodorou, .Iohn Evasovich, and Barbara Horton a few pointers at the club dinner. THE OPTIMATES in Ct Norman McCormick Sponsor OFFICERS Co-Consuls , George Kobaly, Robert Roma Scribe ., Wayne Lipecky Quaestor .,... ..,, , James Bruno Praetor ..,. .... .. Larry Miller TOGA-ATTIRED Optimates Martha Stacho, Judy Taylor and Nancy Abson prepare for the club banquet. "Thank heaven for finger bowls!" say the Optimates. Banqueting in true Roman fashion, which means the absence of silverware, is one of the group's fav- orite annual pastimes, And this year's outing at Hotel Barr was no exception for the toga-clad Latin pupils and their guests. With membership drives seldom re- quired fthough Optimates admit to some difficulties in collecting duesj, the organi- zation is noted for its willingness and ability to present clever programs for pep rallies and auditorium assemblies. FRONT ROW: Lipecky, Roma, Mr McCormick, Kobaly, DiNardo, Miller. SECOND ROW: Williamson, Stewart, Anderson, Abson, Anderson, Leis Kreisberg, Starr, Hineman, Adduci, Markovich. THIRD ROW: Namadan Stacho, Hauser, Bell, A. Moore, Y. Moore, McDonald, Whitehead, Young FOURTH ROW: Dudziak, Guminsky, Teleha, Massoud, Sims, Holmes, Guil iani, Jones, Pratt, Prosser, Byers. FRONT ROW: Klein, Cheuvront, Sav age, Mr. McCormick, Toliver, Frye, De Santis. SECOND ROW: Baldwin, Kief- er, Reynolds, Norris, Ulatoski, Montini, Teleha, Rock, Venanzi. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Teterich, Alger, Stolkovich, Dan ianic, Fedorchak, Otto, Czarneski, Sheeder. FOURTH ROW: Smith, Dur bin, Stadnik, Grahovac, Hages, Brown Young, Pillar, Moore, Knight. 07 HIHWY ,ff FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA A . FRONT ROW: Rosso, D'Agostino, Mr. Hartley, Rock, Garvin, Horton. SECOND ROW: Fox, Stevens, Duko- vich, Myers, Chacondo, Montini, Como, Richards. THIRD ROW: Swogger, Dejoseph, Colaluca, Glen, Ed- wards, Rodich, Herda. FOURTH ROW: Narquini, Ermi, Pappavasilis, Venanzi, Tselepis, Furick, Otto, Townsend. Harry J. Hartley-Sponsor These young people are letting their plans tor the future "gather no moss." With several noon-hour meetings devoted to talks by faculty members, the Future Teachers have learned much about teaching opportunities and the proper selec- tion of high school courses to prepare them for college work. The group has met with nearby Hopewell High School's F.T.A., prepared informative newspaper ar- ticles which were published during the national observance of American Educa- tion Week, and visited colleges offering teacher-training courses. OFFICERS President .. ..... ....,....,,.,,, ............ P a tricia Rock Vice President .. ......... .,.. . Marlene D'Agostino Recording secretary . .,........ .... Janet Rosso Corresponding Secretary .......,.... Barbara Horton Treasurer ......... ..,,...,,,... . . Maxine Garvin NIS ASPIRING TEACHERS: Rosemarie Stevens and Evelyn Dukovich con many of the pamph- lets published by colleges and universities where teacher-training is offered. FUTURE HOMEMIIKERS 0F AMERICA FRONT ROW: Conti, Peirce, DiPasquale, J. Mastelline, Corsi. SECOND ROW: Garvin, Junak, Sires, Chapes, Rozic, Helterbran, Batchelor. THIRD ROW: F. Mastellino, Rinaldi, Dean, DePietress, Haney, Pal- ance, Radanovich, Simons. FOURTH ROW: Carosa, Cummingham, Fatur, Ranics, Primioli, Canapelle, Baldwin, Colafella. ABSENT: Bendzak, Lehaney. Mrs. Helen Ciriacy, Mrs. Estelle Zettel--Co-Sponsors Home economics girls, who form the nucleus of the F.H.A., serve many stu- dent and faculty groups in the high school. Samples of their excellent cuisine were served to the faculty at the girls' annual open house in the home economics dining room. French club members can testify to their fine service at the annual club banquet. Keeping the cafeteria bulletin boards up to date is another duty of these busy future homemakers. OFFICERS President .. ., , .,.,, .. Josephine DiPasquale Vice President .... ,.,........ R osemarie Peirce Secretary ..., , .... . Patty Leheny Treasurer .. .... .,.,, Gloria Bendzak Parliamentclrian ...... . Joyce Conti CHANGING the cafeteria bulletin board arefl. to r.I: Mrs. Zettel, J. DiPasquaIe, R. Peirce, and P. Leheny. 91 SCIENCE - MOVIE CLUB Rudolph Tatalovich ,M Sponsor OFFICERS President ., ,,.. ..,......,.. Norbert Slezak ' Vice President ...,... . Joanne Kramer Secretary ..,..,... ,.,..... T ed Belich Treasurer ,.,., ...,...,. .,.... T o ny Gnarra Sergeant-at-Arms .,.. ,.,, A lex Weber MOVIES TODAY?-Senior members Joanne Kramer, Norbert Slezak, and Stella Dudziak aid their club sponsor in preparing and splicing films, cleaning equipment, and keeping order in room 6. 92 In assisting Mr. Tatalovich with the high school audio-visual aids program, "Know-how" has become the middle name of our service-minded Science Movie Club members. And they're mighty handy when classroom and auditorium mov- ies are shown! Instruction in the operation of the department's equipment occurs at workship sessions lecl by their sponsor. Club members also conducted the elec- tion of our school's first football queen fsee page 8b. Though the queen's dance was a bit hard on the treasury, the group hopes to continue the project next year. FRONT ROW: J. Kramer, Mr. Tatalovich, Slezak. SECOND ROW: Katcher, Mansuetti, Danianic, Gabor. THIRD ROW: Dudziak, Marthens, Gentile, Hornyak, Belich. FOURTH ROW: Gnarra, Taylor, Lowe, Piot- rowski, R. Kramer. . 'ma F l ASTRONOMY CLUB illlif s FRONT ROW: S. Fedorchak, Dougherty, Mravic, Mr. Fazio, Wagner, Junak, Ditka. SECOND ROW: Cap- pineco, Stolkovich, Smith, Williams, Horwatt, Wykes, Marks, Kaldon, Ronyecz, Roma, Lipecky. THIRD ROW: Moore, Kramer, Ball, Namadan, Varecha, Macrcglou, Centifanti, Cappella, Kobaly. FOURTH ROW: Duclziak, Kier, Stern, H. Fedorchak, Suder, Frangopoulos, Parascenzo, Baker. FIFTH ROW: Sakal, Stuby, Tomer, Swen, DiNello, Godshall, Williams, Manfredi, Scarfone, Trasport, Weimer, Babich. Frank Fazio-Sponsor While star-gazing is no phenomenon among A.H.S. students, this year marks the first formal organization of such a group in the high school. Evening meet- ings at the home of member Louis Wagner keep the group aware of heavenly matters, while weekly business meetings keep the membership aware of earthly activities. In their efforts to promote student interest in the science of astronomy, the club has obtained a Spitz Junior Planetarium for use in science classes. OFFICERS Co-Presidents Brian Mravic, Louis W Vice President Steve Fedorchak Secretary Margie Dougherty Treasurer Diane Junak Asst. Secretary-Treasurer Margaret DePietress Sergeant-at-Arms Mike Ditka Parliamentarian Pete Belich agner TELESCOPE-TACTICS instruction for astronomers includes Cl. to r.l S. Fedorchak, M. Dougherty, B. Mravic M. Ditka, L. Wagner, Mr. Fazio, D. Junak, and V. Suder. 93 CONSERVATION, FISHING 81 HUNTIN FRONT ROW: Piocquidio, Rinaldi, Aynardi, Scartone, Mr. Blaney, Wadding, B. Cabot, Rogers, Hines. SECOND ROW: Smallwood, Luton, Bell, Mastellino, C, Cabot, Ball, Mencer, Miskiew, Piloti, Pontis, Clark, Behun, DePietress, Byers. THIRD ROW: Polis, Johnson, Namadan, McNutt, Horwatt, Varecha, Sims, Sar- vis, Perry, Svedok, Person, N. Ball, E. Pollack, Teleha. FOURTH ROW: Stuby, Dudziak, Nutter, Powers, Suder, Junak, Mack, Raub, Tomer, Trasport, Townsend, Weimer, J. Teleha, Velgos, Nett, Rubino. ABSENT: Stickles. "TRUE TO LIFE STORIES", a set of books con- cerning conservation resources, was presented to our high school library by CF8iH Club mem- bers this year. The club received the books in memory of author Dr. R. W. Eschmeyer, per- sonal triend of the sponsor and fellow com- piler of "Your Responsibilities as a Fisherman" -a document distributed to conservation and sports groups throughout the country. AT LEFT: Miss Haight, librarian, and Dr. ' Lehman receive the books from President Stanley Stickles fcenterl. BOX TRAPPING rabbits, a proiect now in its fourth year, is a program conducted by club members 'For the Pennsyl- vania Game Commission and the Aliquippa Bucktails who stock public hunting and dog training areas. AT LEFT: LeRoy Byers, Gary Anderson, and Bryan Wadding headed the committee of I2 boys responsible for the club's trapping project this year. 94 CLUB Lawrence F. Blaney Sponsor HIP BOOTS, strong backs, and willing arms are what it takes to join CFSKH Club members in their Saturday out- ings at Raccoon State Park. In the past three years this annual tall pro- iect of stream improvement and a spring tree-planting program 'for con- trol of bank erosion have proved to invaluable to area conservationists and sportsmen. l OFFICERS President ...,....... .,..,..,.....,.. S tanley Stickles Chaplain ..,......,.,........,..... Loretta Aynardi Class Secretaries Vice President .........,. .....,.. B ryan Wadding Sergeant-at-Arms .... .,,..,. ,,..,. B i ll Hines Pat Rinaldi ....,... Corresponding Secretary ...... . Betty Cabot Reporter .,.....,.,... ,........., N ancy Raub Karen Mencer ,,....... Recording Secretary ,.....,. Anna M. Rogers Photographer ,,.. ....,.. D uane Estright Dorothy Teleha .,.,.., Soph Treasurer .....,.,............,......... John Scarfone Proiectionist ...,... ....... . . David Neft Barbara Ball ...,... . Membership in Aliquippa's Conservation, Fishing 84 Hunting Club can be as active as members want to make it. In addition to proiects pictured on these pages, six feeding shelters have been constructed and maintained at Woodlawn Cemetery, the golf course, Shaeter Road CCenter Twp.D, Independence Road area, and Raccoon Creek State Park. Bi-weekly meetings of the group also include viewing films produced by sporting groups, planning fund-raising proiects, and social activities at the Aliquippa Bucktails' Lodge. HARD-WORKING CF8iH Club members pause long enough for the cameraman land the promise of a ham- burger feedl at Raccoon State Park. 4 95 JUNIOR LIBRIIRIIINS SEEN THIS ONE LATELY?-Checking the Iibrary's magazines, IN A WORLD OF BOOKS-John Malesh prepares a display as Antoinette Buono and Bryan Wadding select a 'Few they'd like Flora Cox, Miss Haight, and Mary Ann Lint check the borrowers' to read. files. Miss Mariiane Haight-Librarian Have to prepare an investigative theme or special report? Miss Haight and her Junior Librarians can help to solve your problem. With new books and maga- zines arriving almost daily, the Junior Librarians render valuable assistance in cataloging and binding materials, and arranging attractive bulletin board dis- plays. Checking books at the desk, preparing reminders for borrowers with over- due books, delivering library passes, locating reference material, and helping fel- low students in their quests for "something l can read for English class" are daily activities for these willing workers. FRONT ROW: Luton, Smith, Woolonich, Miss Haight, Knight, Snyder, Trbovich. SECOND ROW: Oaks, Stad- nik, Buono, Cox, Lint, Schus- ter, Montini, Damiano, Pa- iak. THIRD ROW: Kramer, Latella, Hobson, Oddis, Brocklebank, Malesh, Stok- en, Caldarelli, Wadding. if 96 LEI-lDER'S CLUB Mrs. Elizabeth Carver Sponsor FRONT ROW: Frangopoulos, , Tomei, Namadan, Dukovich, Horwatt, Junak. SECOND ROW: Pierce, Thomas, Mon- ahan, Silvestri, Frank, Sar- kis, Wolfe, Caldarelli. THIRD ROW: Stacho, Diaddigo, McKenzie, Ogrizovich, Man- dity, Mrs. Carver, Raub, Su- der, Aynardi, Cappella. Popcorn! Peanuts! Hot-dogs!-Yes, it's the call of a Leader's Club girl heard at all home football games. In addition to their operation of the stadium refresh- ment booth, members of the Girls' Athletic Leader's Club have served as aides in Mrs. Carver's girls' physical education classes and refereed intramural games after school. They opened their busy year as hosts for the all-county Playday, held a swimming party, and enjoyed themselves at the Christmas banquet, and their annual Alumnae Playnight. Contributing to the Olympic, Cancer, Dick Kadis and Breslin Funds is another accomplishment of this active organization. OFFICERS T 'mxws President Mary Ann Dukovich fr. Vice President Margaret Namadan Recording Secretary Nancy Horwatt Corresponding Secretary Pauline Tome: Treasurer Mary Frangopoulos Sergeant at Arms Diane .lunak K,-f SERVING football fans at the stadium refreshment booth are labove-l. to r.j M. Namadan, D. Junak, N. Raub, Mrs, Prosser, M. Frangopoulos, and Mrs. Carver. s ff xnxx PRESIDENT Mary Ann Dukovich Cleftl and Mrs. Car- ver Cseatedl prepare a 525. check for the Cancer Fund as Treasurer Mary Frangopoulos frightl pre- sents a 550. check to Olympic Fund Chairman John Francona. Beaver Valley TIMES photo 97 VARSITY-FRONT ROW: B, Skiba, H. Simko. SECOND ROW: P. Benedict, D. Wilkins, Captain A. Bufalini, A. Bryan, J. DiNardo. Who can help but ioin in with ci lusty V-l-C-T-O-R-Y when these energetic girls direct the cheers! With their seemingly endless supply of pep and vigor, the cheerleaders embody Aliquippa High's school spirit with C1 capitol A! While prac- ticing their cheers fthe halls echo with theml takes much of their time, the girls have also sponsored the annual Daisy Mae Social, held several bake soles, and' in February they collected 5509. for the Dick Kadis Fund. CHEER Jacqueline Woznicki Sponsor JUNIOR HIGH-LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Fisher, B. Markovich, Captain J. Loumpich, J. Maruski, E. Pillar. 98 LEADERS . . . IX gdb with pep! JUNIOR VARSITY LEFT TO RIGHT: Co-Captain C. Bcrson, M. Piroli, J. Chebala, Co-Captain M. Crnkovich, J. Smith, P, Wimbs. PAINTING welcome signs to be used at home games is a project for Pep Club members fclockwise from lower leftj Cercone, Malesh, Oddis, Gregory, Han- nun, Lechman, Wasil, Ley, Gregorakis, Anderson, Suder. PEP CLUB Miss Jacqueline Woznicki Sponsor OFFICERS President .. ..., ..,.,... .,., ..,., , . . Koula Papavasilis Vice President .,,,., .,.., L ynn Hineman Secretary ...,., Elaine Kreisberg Treasurer ......... , ,... Julia DiNardo Sergeant-at-Arms . , . Joyce Maruslci OFFICERS labove Ieftiz Miss Woznicki, A, Adduci, K. Pappavasilis, L. Ermi. STANDING: L. Hineman, J. Maruski, E. Kreisberg, J. DiNardo, I. Caldarelli, Closely allied with the cheerleaders, Pep Club members are among our ath- letic teams' favorite fans. Bake sales provide funds for the group's social ac- tivities and the welcome signs prepared for each home game. 14 'l'laanlrAgiaJing play. a C'lariA tmaA program DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS Miss Elaine Vincic Director CHORAL MUSIC Mrs. Blanche McWilliams Mrs. Mary Lou Bennett Directors SO THERE YOU ARE!-Sandra Wolfe Ends her gridiron boyfriend Len Manfredi obtaining help for an Eng- lish assignment in "Football Hero," a one-act comedy presented for our Thanksgiving program by senior speech students. L. to r: E. Recht, C. Cabot, L. Manfredi, E. Duthaler, S. Wolfe, J. DiNello. "THE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS" Combining the talents of dramatics students and our choral groups, the Christmas program presented first a family scene in which the individual's thoughts and memories of the holiday were discussed. Music by the Girls' Chorus and Bach Choir, and special scenes depicting the meanings of Christmas were in- terspersed throughout the dialogue. FAMILY GROUP Irightl: L. Trbovich, B. Markovich, R. Lehman, D. Teleha. Using colorful costumes, special lighting effects, and appropriate music, portraits ranging from typical holiday songsters to the more solemn Biblical scenes were an integral part of "The Meanings of Christmas." MANGER SCENE lleftlz N. Richards. Kneeling ll.to r.J H. Pillar, H. Hages, J. Rita, J. Kancel, E. Reynolds, L. Townsend, P. Sheetz, R. Hall, R. Kimbrough, R. Turkovich. and "Too Many batef' or the Aenivm! BACK STAGE HEROES-Stage Manager Brian Mravic, StLdent Director Betty Ronyecz, Assistant Stage Director .loe Dornick. SENIOR CLASS PLAY ON-STAGE LEADS-Sandra Wolfe CLouannel, Len Man 'Fredi CPaulD, with Miss Vincic, faculty director. MARCH 14 81 'l5, 1957 Miss Elaine Vincic Charles Brown George Kuvmka Faculty Director Technical Director Senior Class Sponsor With many of their group to appear in grease paint for the first time, the cast began eight weeks of daily rehearsal after tryouts Cfor over 75 candidateslj were com- pleted in early January. At right Cseated l. to r.l R. Tomei, T. Trasport, S. Wolfe, L. Manfredi, J. DiNello, Cstandingj M. Oleska, S. Rodich, N. Raub, R. Fetkovich, M. Stern. Everyone from Girl Scouts to police officers appeared on stage as the seniors' three-act comedy depicted the lives ot teen-agers and their bewildered parents. At left: Cseated l.to r.D C. Klein, M. DePietress, M. Centifanti, Cstandingl P. Garvin, V. Maselli, S. Moore, N. Slezak, B. Taylor. lOl , ,lf , M X X X if wfw ' lf S , K X , if K M3221 ,L fax Q' , iw QQ? we f xy -f f"" A W fig E 4 N W I , r w L M FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Wagner, mgr., Short, David, Yanessa, Evasovich, Jones, Moore, Soplco, Cox. SECOND ROW: Wadding, mgr.f Fedorchak, Oxendine, A. Diika, Brewer, Salaya, Casoli, B. George. THIRD ROW: Calabria, Tomei, Perriello, Sprout, Smith, A. George. lbx SEATED: Pete Fuderich, Head Coach Carl Aschman, Nick Uram. STANDING: Mike Dzvonar, Aldo Bonomi. T04 Aliq. 13 6 26 33 27 19 34 'I3 13 SEASON RECORD Westinghouse ,'McKeespor'r . iEllwood Ciiy North Cafholic Erie Tech ,, "Sharon .......,, 7'Beaver Falls ,'Duquesne , 1 'WPIAL games Ambridge ......,, OPP T o ...,...,25 .... 0 27 .. 7 ...20 12 28 , 53 IIUIPS WIN 5 LOSE 4 FRONT ROW: Co-Capt. M. Ditka, Patrick Manfred: .I Sakal Jenkins Malesh Kimbrough Ross McBride Slatniske, mgr, SECOND ROW: Young Latone Sellari Rlbnlcky Suder Scrutchlns Flowers Schilo and Tisch,mgrs. THIRD ROW: Brubaker Wilkens F Sakal Ogrxzovich Stefanik Faber Coach Carl Aschman's 1956 Class AA football team chalked up five wins cmd four losses to place second in Beav- er County competition. Seven seniors and three juniors won positions on hon- orary teams ranging from Beaver Coun- ty to All-State. With the annual Ali- quippa-Ambridge contest, eleven senior lettermen closed their Red 8K Black careers. KNEELING, FRONT: David Slatniske, Richard Schilo. STANDING: Louis Wagner, Bryan Wadding, Edward Tisch. 105 X ri FY Qt . ff? TRL I f e r 1 5 W X f 5443 4 ' fi I MN? W , 1 ff x T 5 X '4 ,W M A 7 L A X ,fy x Q ' Qxzf Xkfxbfyf Vf 3 f Wigs 'wif' ST ' M - Nfgbgzvwe Q fm. 'LAW f ,ff Co-Captain Mike Ditka End - Fullback All-County - 'Ist team WPIAL - Hon. Ment. Ben Cox Robert Jenkins Guard Guard All County 2nd team All-COUNTY - X Q Q, NX X A xx N Q , 1 7 3 Y 3, rfi f X , xr 45 if: we ,Q ,tw ,,! We W, QW ww N yy f TW , MQ? X- Z ,ov f A Co-Captain Robert Rembert Encl All-County - 2nd team WPIAL - lst team C0-CAPTAIN Bob Rembert blocks an opponent to set Ocie Patrick C863 loose in the Westinghouse game. John Snkal Quarterback lst 'feam WPIAL Most Valuable Player X f "' f 1 X X J ' ' ' W . X Kai K 2 X 8 ' A F i i S N as X f, QM. .QNX ' 4, f John Moore - .NE fr M mf Q f . My :L in .hsggf 7 V' . L K r ,gs I Y ' M r 2 so , fix' ,S MN--A 48, , amz 2 f Th0mUS Sopko Leonard Munfredi Guard - Cenfer Guard All-Store - Hon. Mem. If Hcxlfbock All-County - Hon. Menf. JOHN ROSS i841 makes cx short goin against Ambridge os John Sowkol UU gets tagged from behind. Ocie Patrick Pete Belich Hczlfbcxck Guard All-County - Hon. Ment. f f 1554 " f George Jones Holfbcck 3 ? i Q V f f JOHN SAKAL C711 all set to break up a McKeesport pass. JOHN MOORE lwhite unitormi breaks up an Ellwood City pass Aliquippa blanked Westinghouse 13-0 in the season opener which saw full- back John Moore notch the Red 81 Black's first score. John Sakal's 14 yard touch- down pass to Mike Ditka was only the beginning of the boys' dual eliforts to keep Aliquippo in the win column. Ocie Patrick's plunge garnered the extra point. While outplaying McKeesport in statistics, the Quips' only score in a 25-6 loss had its beginning deep in Tiger territory. A pass from Sakai to Ditka, who in turn lateraled to Bob Rembert, kept Aliquippa in the game. Dick Oxendine, John Malesh, Patrick, and Rembert notched TD's for Ali- quippa While John Ross and Moore added extra points in the Quips' 26-O romp over Ellwood City. Oxendine's intercepted pass, Moore's plunge, and Patrick's 60 yard run accounted for the Quips' 27-27 deadlock with North Catholic until Sakal's quar- terback sneak gave the Red 81 Black a 32-27 win. Moore's kick and a Sakal-to- Rembert pass earned extra points. In AIiquippa's 27-7 win over Erie Tech, John Sakal uncorked passes to Rem- bert C21 and Oxendine for three TD's while Ditka smacked over from ten yards out. Extra points came after kicks by Moore C21 and Ross. MIKE DITKA lleftj holds on as Ben Cox C641 moves in during Erie tilt BEN COX and Alvin Flowers i621 down an Erie back W 4 WW A I ,fx WW f 4 'iff I jx, 5 x f X! V 2 1 1 , ww y f,, Wm f gk Sxnyf MMM Ai Q Q A 2 X WMQW W f f 5 f f ff COACH ASCHMAN and Pete Belich C781 help John Moore from the field during the McKeesport game. Juniors named to honorary teams included: Steve Fedorchok--All-County lst teom, WPIAL lst team, All-State lst team, Richard Oxencline-All-County lst teczm, WPIAL Hon. Ment., All-Stote Hon. Ment., Joe David-All-County Hon. Merit. JOHN MOORE C553 trips the light tontostic in the MIKE DITKA drops EIIwood's bclll carrier as Don Short Beaver Falls mf' C6lD, Ben Cox C643 and Steve Fedorchck C691 move in. 110 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL ze ff wi 2 rg if ff . A WW new Q21 rf-F624 , , ,, I' 'f X FRONT ROW: Woods, Townsend, McCoy, McMullen, Vespaziani, Evans, Costanza, Galupi, DiPietress, Arbutina, Mansuetti, Feher, Tromlaetta, Smith. SECOND ROW: W. Lee, Thorpe, Yaklich, Nickel, Gordon, Cobb, Dinello, Mowad, Wallace, Mamula, Constantinou, mgr.g Frioni, mgr. THIRD ROW: Jenkins, Herring, Rembert, Ludwico, Norman, Wilson, S. Lee, Merges, Harris, Slatniske, Patrick. Coaches-Aldo Bonomi and Mike Dzvonclr Co-Captains-Evans, Costa nza The Little Quips posted wins over McKees- port, Beaver Falls and Ambridge while losing to Ellwood City in their 1956 season. Lett halfback Clyde Evans, fullback Willie Costanza, and quarterback Lino Trombetta gar- nered praise for offensive and defensive play which was climaxed in a l3-6 night clash with AMBRIDGE coaches Kokoski lleftl and Chapala lthird from Ieftl congratulate Aliquippa mentors Dzvonar and Bonomi after the Little Quips' victory. Ill Ambridge. AIiquippa's juniors have triumphed for nine successive years in their meetings with the Bridgers. ALIQUIPPA'S Costanza tackles an Ambridge opponent in the iuniors' clash under the lights. 1956-57 BASKETBALL 4 I PL-E-E-Z-E DON'T CROWD!-Pete Suder C160 eyes The basket os Rich Oxendine CHD and Ar? Jones HOD move in with the Ellwood Team. QTIMES pho!o.J EVERYBODY UP!-Mike Diiko C65 Tries for cu rebound in the Sharon Tussle. IIUIPS NOTCH 4th PLACE IN SECTION 3 VARSITY-SEATED: Oxendine, Suder, Ditka, Sakal, Jones. STANDING: Stuby, Moore, Juth, Powers, Turner, SEASON RECORD Aliq. Opp. 80 .,.,,.,... Bethel Twp. ....,.. ,.... 2 5 32 .......,.. McKeesport .... ,.,.. 5 2 45 .......... Coraopolis 34 44 ...,......., Westinghouse , ...,. 37 55 ....,...... Johnstown 66 41 ........... Monessen ..... ..., 5 9 54 .......... Ford City ..... I,.. 5 1 57 ,,,.,..,.,. McKeesport .... .... 6 2 62 ......... 'Beaver Falls ........ 45 61 .......,... North Catholic .. 50 39 .......... 'Sharon ,...,.,......... .... 5 0' 56 ..,,..... 'New Castle ....,......., 80 55 ,....,... 'Ellwood City .,.....,.., 27 51 .......... 'Farrell .....,...... .,.... 6 1 64 ......... 'Ambridge ...... ..... 5 0 68 ........... Turtle Creek ....... .,,... 5 6 58 ,........ 'Beaver Falls ,.., ..... 6 2 66 ........... Monaco .,..... ,.., 5 1 43 ......., 'Sharon .,.. ....A. ..... 5 1 67 .......... 'New Castle .,., ...... 4 6 53 .,......, 'Ellwood City ..... ..... 5 0 71 ......... 'Farrell .,.,........ .... 7 3 72 ........ 'Ambridge 53 1294 1191 56.3-avg. pts. per game-51.8 'League games. In his initial season as Aliquippa's head basketball mentor, Coach Nick Uram led his Red 81 Black cagers to a fourth place berth in WPIAL Section Ill competition. With 13 wins and 10 losses in their 23-game season, the Quips split 6-6 in league play while posting a 7-4 record in exhibition and tournament games. COACHES Head Coach Nick Uram Crightl, Joe Pukach, assistant. W Pete Suder m X W! x if Q s ff 0 Q f fffxx J A , 5 VS, Q fw- ,, .-.7 ' W- W4 X ,f Zfxfxf Kg W 2 y Q ,, KZ Y fx' . V Z? I ,,, Q . X 2 ,f Q . f f sf., f,,,, ff fsv S f MHZ: K Q 2.3 ,IJ , if 'VA XE f' , Q, f ax - Q is WM. M ,Q 2,8 0, , X 'M'-"ii X 42 J-.s Q, 'X , f - X " ,,F, ff XX" WW' M AM VV : x , , ,,.f K ' N fix W ' f Sf 1 , , X . sb gs' f 1.5 s 7 5 C , ff 7 S 12 ga 2 27 6 x , ff. 2 7 f M ' 1 T5 5 Q X :.wf'n4S Q1 . X f , -Q f , sf f ,fis t 4 , s X, L cf.-wyggy H QV ,V 'H ,, li in 2, I ,g 01 , f ' - 1 Art Jones John Sakai Mike Ditka SENIOR LETTERMEN YOU TAKE IT!-Rebounders Pete Suder 1161 and Rich Oxendine C115 take to the air as John Sakal C131 and the Beaver Falls Tigers look on. 114 Junior Richard Oxendine garnered 16 points in the Quips' lopsided 80-25 win over Bethel Township in the exhibition opener. Weak foul shooting was a contrib- uting factor when the McKeesport Tigers' 52-32 victory allowed Art Jones only nine points as top scorer for Aliquippa. The Red 81 Black next topped Coraopolis 45-34 as Pete Suder dropped 11 points to lead Quip scoring. Mike Ditka's ten point spree helped the Quips notch their third exhibition win over Westinghouse, 44-37. Though out- goaled by one, Johnstown exhibited super- ior foul shooting in their 66-55 win. Ditka again led Aliquippa with 12 points. Spec- tator tempers flared in the Monessen con- test as the Red 81 Black swallowed a 59-41 defeat, marred somewhat by poor foul- calling. Jones' 15 points led the Quips.' Entering the year's end Ford City tour- nament as a "weak sister," Aliquippa upset the host team 54-41 as Suder garnered 21 points. ln their second and final game, the Quips fought McKeesport down to the wire in a 62-57 contest which gave the Tigers the championship and Aliquippa a well- earned runner-up title. ln three exhibition games held during the ensuing Section lll schedule, Jones netted 27 points in Ali- quippa's 61-50 win over North Catholic, Suder led the victorious Quips with 25 points and 27 points in games with Turtle Creek and Monaca's Section Vll champs. ci., x X W 4 - CLIMBIN' HIGH-Rich Oxendine 1111 lifts one out of the air in the New Castle tilt fabovel. SWING TO THE LEFT-Pete Suder lobs one away from Farrell's Al Lampkins and Don Jones C171 Crightj. CTIMES photol Art Jones' 22 points helped the Quips spell victory in the 62-45 Sec- tion III opener with Beaver Falls. Su- der contributed 20 points in the sec- ond encounter which saw the Tigers reverse matters with a 62-58 win over Aliquippa. Lacking the extra push to stoy ahead, the Quips overcame early leads in both Sharon contests only to lose 39-50 and 43-51. Jones led scor- ing with 19 points in the first meeting, and Suder notched 15 in the second. oe Stuby John Moore L... fs-ww 'www 'V Posting a phenomenal record at the foul line, New Castle's Hurricanes swept over Aliquippa 80-56 in their first encounter. Sweet revenge came on the Red 81 Black's home fioor as Suder netted 28 points to lead Aliquippa in the 67-46 win. Though tight defense gave the Quips an easy 55-27 win over Ellwood City in first half compe- tition, the Wolverines returned to nip the Quips' heels for a near upset. Suder, who led scoring in looth games, dunked 21 points to keep Aliquippa ahead in the sec- ond 53-5O win. That Aliquippa had the hustle but lacked the ammunition was evident in their first contest with Farrell as the Steelers withstood a last-minute Quip onslaught and claimed the 61-51 victory. Revenge later eluded the Red 8. Black who dropped an overtime tilt 73-71 to the Steelers. Suder was high point man with 15 points on the Farrell court while Ditka's 21 points sparked the home appearance. Scoring honors in Aliquippa's easy vic- tories over Ambridge again went to Jones with 21 points and Suder who equalled the feat in the season finale. MANAGERS Jerry Moore, Louis Wagner, Wayne Cekoric swf EXCUSE THE INTRUSION-Ron Juth CBJ, John Sakal C131 and Monty Powers C71 try friendly persuasion in the Ambridge finale. CTIMES photoi 116 1956-57 SCORING HONORS Pete Suder .... ........ 2 98 pts. Art Jones ..,,,... 266 pts. John Sakal ......., 203 pts. JUNIOR VARSITY his i, SEATED: Revis, C. Suder, Hauser, Cooney, Faber. STANDING Young Scrutchms Stepovich McKenzie Dixon, Maddrey, Davis, F. Sakal. ABSENT: Cain, A. Ditka. Coach-Joe Pukach Experience and practice paid oFF as Ali- quippa's iunior varsity squad, composed almost entirely ot last year's undefeated junior high team, posted a I3-8 record for 1957. Scoring and rebounding honors were divided among sophomores Charles Cain and Joe Maddrey and iunior Ashton Ditka, with each of the boys accounting for over IOO points in the score column. Junior Ke- vin Cooney also sparked as play-maker in several contests. UP AND AT IT-Kevin Cooney MJ watches Joe Maddrey C165 out-jump his Beaver Falls opponent. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Alger, Evans, Wilkens, Trombetta, McCoy, Pearce. SECOND ROW: Burder, Vallecorsa, Tatalovich, Suder, Rembert, McMahan, Lee, Slatniske, Arbutina, Barr, mgr. THIRD ROW: Diaddigo and Moore, mgrs. Roger Jones-Coach John Battles-Assistant The "Little Quips" did it again! With a record of 35 straight wins over a two year period, Aliquippa's junior high cagers took their second consecutive WPIAL Section 'I9 basketball title. Clyde Evans, Bruce Wilkens, and James Pearce were tops in offensive play while playmakers Lino Trombetta and Willie Lee also starred on defense. Rudy Tatalovich and Jethro McCoy saw plenty of service as subs throughout the season. Zittle 061604 Take Secvnd WPY14 Wife! PRACTICE DOES IT!-Dave Slatniske, Lino Trombetta, Bruce Wilkens, and John Alger Cl. to r.j practice the lofty art of rebound- ing. II8 GROSS-COUNTRY 1956-57 FRONT ROW: Mr. Jones, Townsend, Dawkins, Gist, B, Lowe, Massoud, Moore, Josey. SECOND ROW: Sims, Marshall, Williams, J. Lowe, Turner, Johnson, Turner, Glenn, Evans. Roger Jones-Coach Aliquippa's harriers concluded their 1956-57 season with a record of three wins and five losses. In posting their most convincing win over Hopewell and Meadville, the Quip thinclads were credited with a perfect score of 15. Senior Albert Townsend and John Josey, junior, placed sixth for the Jonesmen in the WPIAL meet. Both boys represented Aliquippa at the State College finals. SEASON RECORD Clow score winsl Aliq. Opp. Aliq. Opp 38 ..........., Mt. Lebanon ..... ...,... 1 7 38... Central Catholic .....,,.... .17 31 ....,,.,.... Connellsville .. .....,. 24 15... Meadville .,.,..... ...... . H47 30 .,.......... New Castle ..,.... ,...... 2 5 81 Hopewell ....... ......... 5 8 21 ............ East Liverpool ......,....,.... 34 20 ........... Ambridge .,...,. H35 33 ..,.....,... Hickory ......,.....,.. ....,..... 2 2 THEY'RE OFF!-Fifty-four boys leave the starting line at the Aliquippa Golf Club. 119 TRACK 1956 FRONT ROW: Sims, mgr., Sakal, Houston, Marshall, Oxendine, Duthaler, Kimbrough, Compston, Josey LaMarca, mgr., Mr. Jones. SECOND ROW: Powell, Fetkovich, Meade, Gurniak, Sellars, Johnston, Kundla Hines, Cornesky, Simmons, Campbell, Dean, Campbell, Evans, mgr. Roger Jones-Coach Samuel Fausolcl-Assistant With seniors Jerone Sellars, Clark Compston, and Bob Cornesky in top form throughout the season, Coach Jones' 1956 track squad had little trouble winning the Beaver County Championship for the second consecutive year. Sellars, outstanding performer in the broad jump event, earned both the state and county titles while setting a school record with a 22' 113A" iump. Cor- nesky placed second in the state with his 12' pole vault. Participating in nine meets, the Quips' most impressive showing occurred at the Shaler Invitational meet when the team copped first place in seven events: Rich Oxendine-high hurdles, Compston-low hurdles, Sellars-broad iump and 220 dash, Art Powell-iavelin, Cornesky-pole vault, mile relay. GOLF-1956 Boasting only one experienced mem- ber, AIiquippa's WPIAL Section VII golf team posted a 1-3 record for the 1956 season. The Quips dropped two matches each to Amloridge, Moon Township, and Coraopolis, while taking both rounds from Monaca High School. With a year's experience behind them, the 1957 squad anticipates an improved record and the possible addition of two WPIAL oppo- nents to their schedule. WATCH THAT ELBOW-Kneeling: Trasport, Mahrun- ich. Standing: Mr. Battles, Hredzak, Lehman, Suth- erland ,Hubert, mgr. 120 Mike Dzvonar Coach FRONT ROW: Rockwell, M. Ditka, Colafella, J. Manfrecli, Stamm, Faber. SECOND ROW: Astorino, A. Ditka, Stuby, Moun- tain, Scarfone, Ross, Kennedy, Mr. Dzvonar, THIRD ROW: Ribnicky, Garbini, Young, llou, Barna, Belich, Clements, Griffin. FOURTH ROW: P. Suder, Shaffer, C. Su- der, L. Manfredi, Moore, Ley. ABSENT: Tisch and Slatniske, mgrs. BASEBALL 1956 42 7 ,ffff P . I , ff f -J ,. Mfg -,V ,fs ,K , 7 .K 3 g, I U . f ' --s'2+f - wx aw f , x Q , " - , . .. - -ff Q A. , QUIP MOUNDSMEN PLACE SECOND IN WPIAL SECTION VII Coach Mike Dzvonar's Aliquippa nine placed second in WPIAL Section VII competition with a league record of five wins and three losses for the l956 sea- son. After posting a I-I record in exhibition play, the Quips sent Pete Suder to the mound for the league opener with Ambridge. Bob Rockwell's double drove in the deciding run as Suder pitched a two-hitter and struck out ll Bridgers in the 4-2 victory. , ln his first high school start, iunior Joe Stuby shut out the powerful Beaver Falls nine, ll-O, in a brilliant performance which also saw Suder, John Moore, big bats. Undefeated Ellwood City broke the Quips' win streak and Suder was charged with the 5-2 loss. and Mike Ditka wield the Stuby was credited with his first loss as poor fielding ..,......'Rochester 2 SEASON RECORD Aliq. Opp. 9 ........ I 4 4 .,.,..,... l'l 2 4 ......,,., 9 ......,,. 3 3 . Beaver .,.......,,..,.. 'I4 Leetsdale ......, .... 'I "Ambridge ..,....,... 2 'Beaver Falls 'Ellwood City ...,. 5 "Ambridge ,,....... 'l3 0 ."Rochester .......,.,. 'I ....,.,.f'Ellwood City l made the difference in Aliquippa's second meeting with Ambridge. John Moore's three hits and two apiece by Rol- and Kennedy and Suder led the parade as the Red 81 Black trounced Rochester 9-I. Stuby earned the win which featured eight strikeouts. Aliquippa's title hopes grew as four-hit pitching by Suder and Moore's homerun knocked ott the front running Ellwood City Wolverines 3-l. ln their second . ....., 1 2 .,..,....'Beaver Falls 'League games win over Rochester, the Quips boasted two freshman standouts with Dave Young in the pitcher's box and Chuck Suder belting two long doubles in the 3-2 vic- tory. Prospects of a possible title playoff with Ellwood City hung in the balance as the Red 8K Black faced Beaver Falls in the final league game. Homeruns by Suder and sophomore Kurt Shaffer were not enough, however, as the Tigers turned the tables with a I2-6 victory. Heavy favorites to capture the section title in l957, the Quips expect to field a team largely composed of returning lettermen. Roland Kennedy, Nick Cola- fella, and Bill Griffin concluded their Red 81 Black baseball careers with the I956 season. l2I BOYS' 84 GIRLS' INTRAIVIURAL BOWLING Donald Adams Director den, George Hredzak, Angelo Scarsella, Tom Kanyak, Mr. Adams, Leroy Byers, and Robert Katchur get ready to roll 'ern. As we go to press, the boys' and girls' intramural bowling season is nearing completion. Leading contenders for the boys' team championship are the Aces U8-25 and Hot Rods C17-31. The Red Wings C18-23 and Racers C17-35 lead in girls' competition. Bert Cohen and George Savage have posted records for the boys with identical scores of 182 for a single game. High scorers for the girls are Ethel Pillar C1501 and Mary Ann Diaddigo 41495. PIN BOY George Hredzalc takes his turn. GLADYS ROBERTSON leads OFF for Thursday's regulars. 122 MONDAY REGULARS-.lim Har- BOYS INTRAMURALS Donald Adams Director TOUCH FOOTBALL opened the boys' intramural program with tive senior and four iunior teams participating in twice-weekly contests during October and November. The Catalinas, cap- tained by Luther Smith, took the senior division championship. Junior divi- sion winners were the Junior Quips, John Wimbs, captain. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL, with 21 teams participating, is drawing to a close as we go to press. Of the 15 senior teams, the Crusaders and Ne- gotiators, captained by Wally Karas and Anderson Evans respectively, are in a tight race for the title. Leroy Bry- ant's Tennessees may go undefeated in the six-team junior division. VOLLEYBALL, an early spring sport, has attracted SOFTBALL league play scheduled to get under 11 bcys' teams. With the current program call way following the Easter vacation is expected to ing for each team to meet its opponents in a set attract boys teams in both the senior and lunior of three 15-point games, this intramural sport divisions Barring inclement weather the intra will be concluded on April 12. mural program will close on May 24 Mrs. Elizabeth Carver Physical Education Instructor TEAM CAPTAINS for the an- nual Beaver County Playday activity display the tlags of participating countries in "The Olympics." L.to r.: S. Wolfe, M. Namadan, L. Aynarcli, V. Suder, A, Sarkis, P. Tomei, N. Horwatt, J. Mandity, M. Duko- vich, B. Ogrizovich, L. Cappella, M. Diaoldigo. CTIMES photol Nliquqzpa lim tA Hnnual Kemler Coun ty I9 aqday VOLLEYBALL holds the interest of Ali- quippa's Patty Monahan, Mary Ann Dukovich, Nancy Horwatt, Mary Ann Diadcligo, and Sandra Wolfe fbacks to cameral as girls 'From all over the county participate. KTIMES photoj 124 .,, ' , THLETIGS Softball C'laampA Margaret Namadan V FOR VICTORY is formed by the "Little Hunkiesf' softball champions. From left S. Wolfe, R, Varecha, L. Aynardi, D. Junak, B. Junak, M. Dukovich, V. Suder lat batl N. Horwatt, M. Frangopoulos, B. Macroglou, B. Orgizovich, and M. Namaclan, cap tain. Kzwlze tba!! Beaver County girls display good 'Form as cn "jump ball" is called. CTIMES photol 125 SQUARE DANCING ?" A.. ,,,n f . .,L,, ,,,,, ,.....a NOW DIVE FOR THE OYSTER!-Julia DiNardo ALAMAN LEFT TO YOUR CORNER! says Mrs. Car- and Ted Belich comply with Mrs. Carver's coll ver while Gerry Frioni, Gloria Salvatti, Patty as Art Pratt and Elaine Kreisberg form the arch. Rock, and Koula Pupavmsilis watch their class- Sandy Hannan and Paul Gentile look on. mates. BASKETBALL SANDY WOLFE takes the center throw as Violet Suder, Loretta Aynardi, Sheila Kier and referee Mary Ann Dukovich await the next play. IT'S A JUMP BALL says referee Dukovich as Marian Evans and Eleanor Pollack take to the air. A 126 - -F ,' TUMBLING 81 APPARATUS PARALLEL BARS mean a real workout for P. Pontis, B. Stewart, M. Stacho, M. Na- madan, and M. L. Donaldson. PYRAMIDS take practice, but these girls know their stuff. L. to r.: J. Wykes, M. Gray, fupl, M. L. Donaldson, S. Moore, M. Namadan fupl, L. Aynarcli, B. Stewart, P, Pontis fupl, H. Bibby, M. Stacho. SUSAN MOORE performs a straddle iump over the horse. 127 Pardon Parties 'n Programs Remember the Y-Teens initiation and the Band Mardi gras? Y-TEEN Joan Honey takes aim. BAND DIRECTOR and Mrs. Sporny. We were alwazp hungry MISS VINCIC and Nancy Raub C1'f the MADAME CONNER Hips crepe suzettes JUNIOR prom-trotfers gather N.H.S. tea. For French Club members. We Jang BACH CHOIR members pcluse between numbers. our backward glance--we have Ae much to remem6er! People 'n Places We were good salesmen. PRIZE WINNING magazine salesmen Rudy GET YOUR PROGRAM from senior sales- Tafalovich and Dom Garbini receive men Carol Marks and Margie Dougherty. awards from Mike Ditka Crighfl, Louis Wagner, and Steve Fedorchak of Ihe Var- siiy Club. We tried every thing - -at leewt once! an ff ' 5 5 ,, ., in W Af the refreshmenf boogl-,, POSTURE ASSEMBLY participani Susan NORBERT SLEZAK tries The Trampolene Moore walks The chalk line. as John Lowe looks on. We had un. SENIOR CLASS wit Arnold Magnelli, in one of his more serious momenis, drama- fizes 1he forward look. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Photography Simantiras Studio Aliquippa, Pa. Engravings The Canton Engraving 81 Electrotype Company Canton, Ohio Printing, Binding, and Covers Kurtz Bros. Clearfield, Pa. 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"Let Vogue Flcxtter Your Figure" 441 Fronklin Ave. ALIQUIPPA West Moin and Brodheod ALIQUIPPA Fresh Fruits, Produce Flowers ond Shrubbery 2198 Duss Avenue Phone CO 6-2608 AMBRIDGE, PA. ig VW Compliments Compliments of of , SHANNON BROTHERS' MOBILE GAS STATION ALIQUIPPA STEVES SODA GRILL 556 Fronklin Avenue ALIQUIPPA We Serve to Pleose K X iss x ii: ii WM W er Xu Q ii . is 'Vf , may ix g ga by Xa se Q wwf, The best is safe...with steel on duty Safe shipment of a product depends on the shipping container. ,For certain products, only Steel Drums or Pails can provide adequate protection, ease of handling and convenience of storing. Jones 8: Laughlin Steel Drums and Pails guard against damage and loss in handling and storing of products like those made by the oil, chemical, paint, food and drug industries. O Jones 8. Laughlin STEEL CORPORATION-PITTSBURGH Packaging engineers, designers, and production man- agement in those industries know that J8cL Steel Drums and Pails are safe and sound packages. And colorful decorations on JSLL Drums and Pails dress up their products, make sales easier. Dependable quality Jones 8: Laughlin Steel-carefully fabricated in JSLL Container Division Plants-assures consistent performance from JKLL Steel Drums and Pails. snail. C I From MAC BROWN SheFfield and Brodhead Road ALIQUIPPA FEEDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 1503 SI'1ePField Avenue ALIQUIPPA PENNSYLVANIA One S p Garden Se Sherwin Williams P ES-5-7163 HOPEWELL SUNOCO SERVICE 1800 Brodhead Ro d ALIQUIPPA PENNA ES 8 3100 Compliments CLEVELAND'S MARKET 81 LOCKER PLANT 1133 M ' Street ALIQUIPPA PENNSYLVANIA BRAUN QUALITY CLEANERS Tuxedo Rentals Sh FF ld Pl ALIQUIPPA PA ES 8 1749 MILLER 81 SONS CHEVROLET 2151 81 Sheffield Road ALIQUIPPA PA OKU dC ES57731 The Store for Personal Service I Modern Efficient Service S YOUNG DRUG co. DRESS Prescriptions Our Specialty SHOPPE 512 Franklin Avenue ALIQUIPPA .1 "S""' TEPER'S EL-RANCHO DRIVE IN JEWELRY STORE CURB SERWCE Thi iUx'CE22:3:5f25f': ewe r ore Y 891 Brodhead Rd. Route 51 Toward Monaca E5 5-7 ES 5-9992 Avenue 137 Congratulations Class of T957 From P. M. MOORE COMPANY M T HEADQUARTERS FOR BulLDER's suPPuEs LUMBER READY MIXED CONCRETE "Foundation fo Roof" T12 STATION STREET ES 5-7721 T69 STATION STREET Free Estimates Cheerfully Given C 81 L SUPER MARKET ALlQUIPPA'S COMPLETE FOOD STORE T100 BRODHEAD ROAD 138 Complete Service for Diabetes APOLLO Prescription Department DISTRIBUTING CO H I RSCH'S ' 730 Sheffield Ave. frearj Aliquippa, Pa. A' l-HRSCH' PPG' FOR HOME DELIVERY Phone: ES 5-9853 ES 5-9848 CGI' 246 Franklin Ave. Aliquippa P Free Parking ES 5-7735 R. W. STETTLER BUICK COMPANY SALES - SERVICE AAA ROAD SERVICE DUICH AMOCO Gas - Oil Lubrication - Accessories Prompt Road Service ES 5-7717 McLean Street 81 Brodhead Road Kane 81 Brodhead Roads ES 5-9955 ES 5-6321 ALIQUIPPA ALIQUIPPA QUEEN cirv ALIQUIPPA CLEANERS SPORT SHOP One Hour Service We Call For and Deliver Brodhead Road and West Main Street ALIQUIPPA 2120 Sheffield Road PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Everything in Sports Wilson Sporting Goods Schwin Bicycles - Jackets - Sweaters Fishing - Hunting Equipment ALIQUIPPA ES 5-4731 FUN If'sfun1o play In your school band. It'sfun1o singp That, foo, is grand. But don't forget It's fun 'ro dream c,05aly3 JOSEPH ZIMA ROOFING Commercial - Industrial - Residential SHEET METAL WORK ES 5-6423 1706 Van Buren St. ALIQUIPPA, PA. ICE CREAM WYKES' SHEFFIELD LANES AUTO PARTS BO W L I N G ES 5-3041 Prop. JOHN YATSON 447 Franklin Avenue ALIQUIPPA ALIQUIPPA ES 5-9881 i 1i11 Felicifafions To The Graduating Class of 1957 WM mq,,. PITTSBURGH MERCANTILE CO. 434 FRANKLIN AVENUE ALIQUIPPA, PENNA. Telephone ES 5-6611 Shopping Service ES 5-6611 PLODINEC FURNITURE The Sign Of Quality In America's Hornes For Over 39 Years 362 FRANKLIN AVENUE ES 5-7705 141 STAMAN'S WOMEN'S 81 CHlLDREN'S WEAR SHEFFIELD MOTORS New And Used Cars "First With The Latest" 1511 Sheffield Road 378 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa ES 5-0926 ES 5-3651 Compliments I of CARMEN S CRYSTAL MARKET Fast For The Finest In Quality Foods T. V. APPLIANCE WE DELIVER SERWCE Corner of Kiehl Street and Highland Ave. 421 Franklin Avenue Phone ES 5-7779 ES 537778 E5 57671 Complimenfs Congratulations of From I ZEUAK 5 REES' DRUG STORE SUPER SERVICE ES 5 4931 AUTO SALES AND SERWCE 308 Main Avenue West Aliquippa, Pa 382 Hopewell Avenue JOHN G. REES ALIQUIPPA Pharmacist and Chemist 142 COMPLIMENTS OF . . . UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA Local Union No. 1211 ALIQUIPPA, PA. ff EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS ANTHONY VLADOVICH DAVID IDAVEJ JOHNS President Finonciol Secretory BRONKO MRAVIC Recording Secretory STEVE THOMAS FRANK YACOPINO Vice President Treasurer 143 Congratulations From R TODORA'S I PHARMACY BROS ES 5,5801 Men's Wear 402 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa DOM TODORA u ELI REBICH 475 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa, Pa. Proprietors Compliments f FOOD MARKET O FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES VEGETABLES 409 Franklin Avenue Essex 5-3I0O 209 Fourth Avenue Aliquippa, Pa ALIQUIPPA, PA. We Specialize in Italian Home Made Hot Sausage SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL GRADUATION GIFTS CU LP'S JO DEE'S We Feature Nationally Advertised Brands S U N O C O in Junior Misses Dresses - Coats - Suits - Accessories 1400 Sheffield Road 427 Franklin Avenue Aliquippcl PG. ES 5-9901 ALIQUIPPA - - - - - - -COURTESY OF FINEST IN APPLIANCES W , FURWURE LEE FORD SALES ALIQUIPPA, PA. ES 5-6592 240 SEE-Hgegriobavenue 345-351 Franklin Ave. 2132 Shemofield Rd. all lr 1 IIS V V I ES 5-9821 Best Shine "Y" SHOE SHINE Dining gloom an Fone-A-Chef Service CANDY - CIGARETTES - TOBACCO Visif DavicI's Delicatessen in The 139 Franklin Avenue Shemeld Plaza ALIQUIPPA ES 5-6091 ES 5-0360 145 PECORARO AUTO BODY Free Estimates AUTO BODY RADIATOR and painting Serviqe specialists AUTO GLASS AUTO WRECKERS cut and installed Late Models Flat and Curved AUTO TOWING new and used parts ESsex 5-0750 Q4 hour Service ESsex 5-9750 815 Raccoon St. Next to Green Garden Theater MUSICAL AND POLITICAL ITALIAN CLUB 217-219 FOURTH AVENUE PLAN 11 ALIQUIPPA, PENNSYLVANIA ES 5-1903 ES 5-9863 146 SOL'S STORE Headquarters For All SPORTING SUPPLIES JACKSON'S SHOE STORE 374 Franklin Avenue ES 5-3091 Aliquippa, Pa. BETTER BE GOOD 7 8T'S LEADING JEWELER :so rnmxun Ave. ALIQUIPPA , PA. Congratulations to Class of 1957 SUTTON GAS STATIONS Have Been Saving You Money Since 1929 Locaiionsz 1514 Sheffield Rd., Aliquippa, Pa. 160 Hopewell Ave., Aliquippa, Pa. Riverside Drive, West Bridgewater 20th St., SheFl1eld Rd., Aliquippa, Pa. FRESH fROM THE FREEZER WHEN fl.4VOR IS' 47 ITS E0llE.S'7 765 Franklin Ave. JONES FLOWER SHOP Flowers For Every Occasion ES 5-5991 570 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa SHEFFIELD TOWERS Dinners - Snacks Daily 5:00 P. M. Till Closing BATES' FLOWERS "Say It With Flowers" Wedding - Banquets - Parties E5 5-6301 Catered lo Your liking 401 Franklin Avenue ES 5-9923 ALIQUIPPA .lACOBSON'S PATSY'S MEAT MARKET 174 Franklin Avenue Phone ES 5-9986 Free Delivery Aliquippa, Pa. Smart Clothing for Men and Young Men 483 Franklin Avenue ALIQUIPPA, PA. Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 CITY AUTO PARTS NEW AND USED PARTS DAY AND NIGHT TOWING ES 5-1388 104 Waugaman Street Aliquippa, Pa BEN'S SHOE STORE ALIQUIPPA, PA. Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 PHOTOGRAPHS LIVE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I957 We hope that the photographs of the school year in this Quippian will allow you to relive many times in the years to come your experi- ences in Aliquippa High School. In the future, when you wish to preserve for memory some cherished individual or event, re- member that Simantiras Studio can give you un- excelled quality and service on every photo- graphic need. FOREVER SIMANTIRAS PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL We specialize in children's, school, wedding, and family pictures Complete line of frames and photo supplies 333 FRANKLIN AVE. ALIQUIPPA, PA. Phones: ES 5-5901 8. 5-6950 SIMANITIRAS CAMERA SHOP 8- PHOTO SUPPLIES Movie Kodaks Projectors Reels-8mm. Reels-I 6mm. Candid Cameras Range Finders Synchronizers Photometers Lighting Equipment Photofloods Photoflash Bulbs Tripods Splicers Albums Pictures and Frames Safety Lights Marshall Photos Kodaks and Cameras All Makes Oil Colors Developers Developing Papers Kodak Films Movie Films Enlargers Mark's Polarizing Filters Developing Tanks Photo Exposure Meters Leather Photo Frames 3-D Photography Polaroid Land Cameras Bell and Howell Cameras Bausch 81 Lomb Opticals -is-QQ ,f rcs. - 1 C fi ffjc I X ' 5 s , ,l""'n 3 ' 't , , ' if if , Q ,f I -L ,. If'-f'w1a'l9Si'nx," if Fry , ' PICTURE MOUNT-Baby's tiny shoes, pre- served forever, keep precious memories near while photographs may change year by year from babyhood to schooldays to "Teens," Adding a Fountain Pen makes a practical Photo-Desk Set combination for home or office! WE BRONZE BABIES' SHOES 'P It! Photographic, Siman tif-4A H44 ft! " I49 WILKOFF'S FASHION SHOPPE 484 Franklin Ave. ALIQUIPPA, PA. "The First With The Best Of The New" JIMMIE'S SERVICE STATION ES 5-9976 'I390 SheFIield Avenue ALIQUIPPA RECHT SUPER MARKET MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE Free Delivery 273 Franklin Avenue Essex 5-6723 Aliquippa's Most Modern Fully Equipped Watch Repair Service HENRY BERGER Watchmaker - Jeweler Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry - Radios LEONARD'S For Smart Styles and Top Quality in Men's and Boys' Wear Jackets - Trousers - Shirts Pajamas - Robes - Hosiery 419 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa ES 5-T403 PLAZA PHARMACY "Your Health Center" ES 5-9322 Appliances 2100 shemeld Road Alaquappu, Pa Satisfaction Guaranteed ,P bm 11, Q5Hi:l2"Ef!b1f 3 WTIKQFITITIH Z' 4 f'lm15sq,i.l'f, Z . "4A'i!f1,u.s,,l+ - 22 . '4 ' ww R N N N L T f K .EE 4 , , , X 14 X Wy? 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