Altoona High School - Horseshoe Yearbook (Altoona, PA)
- Class of 1960
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EDITORS-IN-CHIEF . . . JUDITH EICHENLAUB
ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . . OLGA MARINELLI
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In this little world of ours we have adminis-
trators, teachers, students, and ianitors. Each
contributes in his own way to the general fur-
thering ot education. Strangely enough, each
group teaches and each group learns. But the
people who learn the most are those who have
the secret of knowledge-the desire to learn.
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Sow Seeds Of Thought In Fresh, lnquiring Minds!
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The duly elected members of the Board of
School Directors of the School District of the city
of Altoona, serving without remuneration, have
a tremendous task before them. ln addition to
upholding the state school laws, these public-
spirited citizens administer a S4,473,066,000
budget, employ 509 professional employees and
T80 non-professional employees, maintain 28
school buildings including one high school and
two iunior high schools-all to provide an educa-
tion for 12,088 students.
This year Mr. Ernest DeJaiFfe, a former head
of high school Mathematics Department, was
elected president of the board. Much of the re-
cent work of the board was concerned with the
providing of fire stairways in schools in compli-
ance with the new state building laws, the erec-
tion of a new school to replace Irving School, and
coping with the problems ofthe expanding school
MR. ERNEST DeJAIFFE
Norman E. Ernest, A. Bruce Denniston lSuperintendentJ, Ernest DeJaiFfe lPresidentJ, Robert L. Thompson
Ksecretaryj, Robert F. Hare llawyerl, Gwynne Dodson, Mrs. Harold E. March, E. Raymond Smith, Paul R.
Reynolds, George L. Kensinger lVice Presidentj, Kenneth R. Clapper, Frank Marsh.
DR. A. BRUCE
The saddest of all obituaries might well be:
"His hidden talents were never discovered." It is
not too late for you ot the Class of T960 to take a
long searching look at yourselves. Do you see
any evidence of an unknown or unused talent
that you may possess? Have you developed the
talents you do know about to their greatest po-
A certain sized bar of steel is worth 55.00.
This same bar of steel is worth 510.50 it made
into horseshoes. If made into needles it is worth
S4285.00, but if made into balance wheels for
watches it becomes worth S25,000. This can be
said of another precious material-youth. Your
value is determined by what you make of your-
Edgar Guest put this truth into verse in his
Figure it out for yourself, my lad,
You've all that the greatest of men
Two arms, two hands, two legs,
And a brain to use if you would
With this equipment they all began,
So start for the top and say, "I can."
Mr. Joseph N. Maddocks
That we have prospered as a nation is largely
because an extraordinary number of gifted men
have always guided the destinies of our people.
Our founding fathers and makers of our Consti-
tution were men of vision, empowered with wis-
dom and courage, recognizing what was good
enough yesterday is not good enough today.
Abraham Lincoln expressed a truth that
needs much emphasis today: "YOU CANNOT
STRENGTHEN THE WEAK BY WEAKENING THE
STRONG. YOU CANNOT FURTHER THE BROTH-
ERHOOD OF MAN BY TAKING AWAY MAN'S INI-
TIATIVE AND INDEPENDENCE. YOU CANNOT
HELP MEN PERMANENTLY BY DOING FOR THEM
WHAT THEY COULD AND SHOULD DO FOR THEM-
With Lincoln's thought in mind, I hope the
members of this class have acquired the indepen-
dence, initiative, courage, and patriotic zeal to
make a substantial contribution to the future wel-
fare of our great nation.
Congratulations and best wishes to every
member of the Class of 1960.
Mr. Edgar J. Brooks
With Alaska and man's current interest in
space travel, two wild and fascinating frontiers
are opening to your generation, frontiers that
cannot be mastered by the ox-cart methods of
days gone by. Both the Conant report and the
Rickover story have pointed up the need for top
quality education if we are going to survive and
retain our position of leadership among the na-
tions of the World. Your education and the use
you make of it will determine not only your suc-
cess in tomorrow's world but also how this coun-
try will fare in the future.
Altoona has always furnished leaders and in-
telligent followers. The Class of 1960 should be
no exception. Good Luck to you.
Like every large organization, the tremen-
dous size of the Altoona High School student
body 12780 studentsl requires that the top man-
agement be backed up in the iob of supervision
by a team of vice-presidents which in AHS are
our department heads. These assistants super-
vise the teaching staff, help formulate the cur-
riculum, order and distribute text books, assist
in scheduling and discipline, and are responsible
for department budgets. All of the subject de-
partment heads teach at least two classes in addi-
tion to carrying out their supervisory duties. In
keeping with the school policy of rewarding
merit, all of the subject teachers and the attend-
ance and guidance personnel have risen from the
ranks, so to speak, and have assumed depart-
ment head status only after years of service as
teachers in this school.
HUGH G. BLACK KATHRYN A. BLOOMFIELD RUBY K. CRUMM
Dean of Boys Student Government Dean of Girls
SCOTT S. GEESEY WILLIAM GIBBONS JOSEPHINE C. HELMS
Boys' Attendance Vocational Girls' Attendance
EUGENE L. LANTZ ELEANOR LONG MARY E. LOWTHER JOHN C. MONTI CLAUDIA MOORE
Social Studies Cafeteria Director Home Economics Music Library
IRENE SAUSERMAN WILLIAM A. WHITTAKER HAROLD C. WINIMER ROBERT H. WOLFE DALE W. WOOMER
Mathematics Language Science Physical Education Business Education
Even teachers enjoy the Junior Prom.
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PAUL G. ADAMS
MARY S. AUEN
MABEI. B. BARKMAN
RICHARD P. BARRY
JOHN W. BATHGATE
SARAH E. BELL
WALTER G. BETAR
RUSSEI. K. BOHN
HERBERT S. BOLGER
CHALMERS F. BRACKEN
JOHN W. BROWN
E. MARJORIE CAROTHERS
ALBERT L. CELLINI
DANIEL A. CLARK
JANET R. CRIMENS
HAZEL V. CRIST
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WILLARD C. CROSS
HELEN B. DAVIS
WAYNE E. DIEHI.
LUCINDA B. DETRICH
ALFRED H. DIETZE
DOROTHY B. DIETZE
WALTER A. DIETZE
ROBERT H. DOERR
E. MARJORIE DOWNES
SARAH E. DUNCAN
GRACE S. EPRIGHT
LOUIS J. ERNEST
IDA E. FICKER
WALLACE E. FIELDS
EDITH G. FREDERICK
ETHELYN C. FURRER
NORMAN C. FURRER
E. JEAN GATES
STELLA MARIE GORGON
CARL E. GRAF
E. CLAIR GREENE
MIRIAM A. HARBAUGH
MILDRED E. HELLER
ETI-IEL M, HENRY
WILBERT H. HOFFMAN
ELIZABETH V. HOLLEY
MARTIN E. JOHNS
GEORGE C. KAVEI.
JANET L. KIRCHNER '
In Each of Us Is a Part of The-mg
A teacher is very much like a bygone year,
that is, the teacher is a part of the past before he
is truly appreciated. Nevertheless, it is that past
that determirtes one's present, as well as one's
future. lt was Alexander of Macedon who
said, "l am indebted to my father for my living,
but to my teacher for living well," a tribute to
Aristotle, one of the greatest teachers of all time.
The high rating of Altoona High School has
always been largely the result of an excellent
teaching and administrative staff. In addition
to teaching from a well planned curriculum,
these teachers counsel students, confer with par-
ents, sponsor clubs and classes, maintain grades,
textbooks, and attendance records, attend PTA
meetings, grade thousands of papers, chap-
erone dances and parties, assist at athletic events,
plays, and other school functions, organize and
conduct field trips, take extra college courses to
improve their professional ability, spend untold
hours in preparation for classes, forever enter-
tain the hope that they have inspired in each stu-
dent the desire to know. With ministers, doctors,
and social workers, they live and give a life of
HAZEL G. KROUSE
1 Business Education
ANTHONY F. LAMONT
HARRY K. LANTZ
MARIE N. LAUVER
SARAH L. LE VAN
RALPH F. MARSHALL
LESTER C. McCALL
FRANCES E. MQGINNIS
DOROTHY J. McGREGOR
RUTH E. McKERIHAN
LOIS P. METZLER
BEATRICE D. MORRISON
MARY E. MORROW
PAUL E. MORSE
JAMES J. O'DONNELL
FRANCES L. OYLER
MARIAN A. PLITT
ALMA A. POINTS
MARIAN R. PUCKEY
A. CYRIL RAMSEY
RAYMOND H. REVIE
DONALD E. RHODES
KENNETH F. RHODES
LORENE F. RHODES
DOROTHY M. RICHARDS
What We Do With That Part Is Their Reward.
The 119 teachers and administrators who
constitute the Altoona High School faculty are
organized with the Altoona High School Educa-
tion Association, with Miss Elizabeth Holley as
president, Miss Dorothy Richards as vice-presi-
dent, Miss Beatrice Morrison as secretary, and
Mr. Wilber Rung as treasurer. The group started
the 1959-60 term with a picnic supper the first
week of school at Riggles Gap and concluded it
with a luncheon in June. March 16 was a holi-
day for students while the teachers visited indus-
tries and businesses all over Blair County to es-
tablish a closer understanding with the users of
their products, so to speak. In November our
school underwent evaluation by an evaluating
committee, and in addition to being given an ex-
cellent rating, the school was congratulated on
the respect and high esteem in which the teachers
were held by the students.
As for statistics, 64 men and 55 women com-
prise the faculty. Two have doctor's degrees and
49 have master's degrees. The average teacher
has twenty years of service, and the majority of
his post graduate work has been done at Penn-
sylvania State University.
All in all, we students feel we are fortunate
in having these men and women as our teachers,
and each of us admits that they have played a
considerable part in shaping our lives.
TIMOTHY D. ROBERTS
WILBUR K. RUNG
HERBERT S. SHEETZ
FRED G. SMALL
UNA E. SMALL
SAMUEL B. SMITH
WILLIAM J. SMITH
ROBERT M. SPINAZZOLA
HAROLD E. STONG
EARL G. STROHM
H. JOSEPH SUTER
GERALD S. SWAN
ANNA M. TEMPLE
EMILY F. TUSSEY
ARCHIE E. UMSTEAD
A. ANGELLA UNVERZAGT
RICHARD S. VAN SCOYOC
EARL H. VARNER
C. ROSCOE WAREHAM
LLOYD A. WENDLE
RAY S. WILSON
IDA E. WOOMER
ELIZABETH H. YEAGER
HAROLD D. YODER
Physical Education Department faculty at 2:51 p.m.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated, left to right: Linda lckes, executive committee, Michael Faris, treasurer, Adelaide
Scheungrab, secretary. Standing: Donna Pechter, Gail Kaylor, Cindy Geesy, executive com-
mittee, Ralph Wise, president: Sally Ainsworth, vice president.
The graduating class of 1960 marked the Jun-
ior Picnic as the official end of their junior year,
and the official beginning of their senior year.
Getting down to business on October 7, Mr. Mad-
docks installed the officers: Ralph Wish, presi-
dent, Sally Ainsworth, vice-president, Adelaide
Scheungrab, secretary, Mike Faris, treasurer,
Donna Corbin, Donna Pechter, Gail Kaylor, Linda
Ickes, and Cindy Geesy, executive committee.
In order to keep the price of the prom tickets
down, the class sponsored four dances after foot-
ball and basketball games, the profits from which
enriched our treasury. On February 6, the class
held a dance for the benefit of the Heart Fund at
Riggles Gap. Admission was limited to seniors
only, but a few underclassmen managed to infil-
SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS
Mr. Betar, Mr. Deihl, Mrs. Dietze, Mrs. Epright, Miss Gorgon, Miss Richards, Mr. Spinazzola.
Conversational French class gets an earful. "Well girls, I'll bet he'll notice me this time."
Everyone had a doubly good time, one for
themselves and one forthe cause.
At the meeting on March 'l0, Mr. Maddoclcs
gave the schedule for graduation week, and
Miss McGregor rehearsed the class song.
June 3, Senior Day, the class bid A. H. S.
farewell and, taking their yearbooks, trudged
home to rest for the Prom. The Baccalaureate,
Senior Banquet, Prom, and Afterglow were
even more outstanding this year than in pre-
vious years. Pink, real and artificial roses
covered the rose arbor, which was the back-
ground for the water-filled fountain. Above
the crowd revolved a moon of mirrors which
added the finishing touches to the theme,
"Moonlight and Roses."
Ernest Krens shows spot welding skill in
sheet metal shops.
We spent April in Paris at the Jr. Prom.
ALFRED A. AMBROSE COLLEGE PREP
Al was a member of the Academy of Science and Horse-
shoe served as president of his English class takes an
interest in football, baseball and basketball relishes meat-
JAMES M. AMIGH . .. VOCATIONAL
Jim was home room representative his sophomore and
iunior years thinks the Kingston Trio is tops indulges
in steak and French fries is often heard saying "Don't get
F. GENE AMRHEIN COLLEGE PREP
Gene takes pleasure in football relishes grainger
pie Fabian is tops for singers . .. highly regards Ed Byrnes
as an actor says physics is favorite subiect college
days are next.
JUDITH K. ANDERSON COLLEGE PREP
Judy served as Girls' League representative her senior
year was in Nurses' Aide people who ignore past
friendships leave her cold loves steak and French fries
is fascinated by English.
MANGUS L. ANDERSON . , . COLLEGE PREP
Mangus served as home room representative as a iun-
ior was a member of Car Teens club for two years
makes much of hunting and English . . . plans to attend college.
LINDA J. AFRICA COLLEGE PREP
Linda sang alto in Mixed chorus and Concert chorus . ..
was an active member of Ushers' club, FTA, Nurses' Aides and
College club served as English class secretary as a iunior.
BARBARA J. ANDREWS . . . GENERAL
Bobs was an active member of Fellowship club, Car
Teens club and Homemaking club . . . has a liking for football,
HARRY L. AIKENS . .. GENERAL
Harry takes pleasure in football, collecting old coins
and working on cars has been heard saying "And there"
enioys history has G liking for steak plans to ioin French fries and "American Bandstand" . . . enioys dancing
'he Army and painting sang in Mixed chorus.
SALLY L AINSWQRTH . I 1 COLLEGE pREp CONSTANCE J. ANGESKI . . . BUSINESS ED
Sally served as vice president of the senior class Connie WCS 0 fflembef of 'FBI-A her lU"'I0f and SEUIOI'
panicipmed in Nurses' Aides, Ushers' club' Sem-,ge and FNA years served as assistant English class secretary her senior
year is heard saying "Big deal" enioys reading and
was a member of iunior class executive committee a ,
CAROL J. ALTER BUSINESS ED NANETTE ANSLINGER COLLEGE PREP
Carol sang soprano in chorus her sophomore year Nanette won first prize in Quill and Scroll contest her
served as secretary of her English class her senior year junior year reporter for Mountain Echo sang soprano
goes for Pat Boone, Rock Hudson and spaghetti . . . secretarial in Dr. Bohn's chorus . . . a Girls' League representative . ..
work is next, member of FTA and College club.
Africa Aikens Ainsworth Alter Ambrose Amigh
Amrhein Anderson, J. Anderson, M. Andrews Angeski Anslinger
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JUDITH D. ARTHUR COLLEGE PREP
Judith was an active member of FNA sang second
soprano as a member of the Girls' chorus served as her
English class secretary and president of her home room.
GARY L. ARTHURS BUSINESS ED
Gary enjoys fried chicken and football has an aver-
sion for people who exaggerate can be heard saying "l'Il
say" often watches "Maverick" goes for Debbie Rey-
nolds and Rick Nelson.
KENNETH R. ARTHURS GENERAL
Ken goes for Debbie Reynolds, spaghetti and football
. . . spends his spare time viewing "Maverick" on TV and work-
ing with automobiles has a liking for chemistry uses
the expression "Yep!"
DARLENE W. ASKEY GEORGE BARDEN
Darlene was a member of Nurses' Aides, College club,
Car Teens club, and Ushers' club . .. acted as head cheerleader
senior year worked on Girls' League executive committee
sang in Concert chorus.
TERRY L. AUKER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Terry served as president of his English class as a sen-
ior enjoys Spanish class goes for hunting and basket-
ball . . . likes pizza and songs by Ernie Ford . , . hopes to be a
DAVID S. AURANDT ... COLLEGE PREP
Dave played as end on JV football and as guard for
varsity basketball sang tenor in Boys' Glee club and par-
ticipated in Varsity "A" club . . . can't stand people who brag.
RONALD D. AUSTIN BUSINESS ED
Moose transferred from A.H.S. from Pittsburgh his sen-
ior year . . . played intramural basketball . . . has a liking for
hamburgers and football dislikes big schools is par-
tial to Liz Taylor's acting.
RICHARD P. AVENI VOCATIONAL
Dick played in boys' intramurals all three years .. . has
a liking for basketball and bowling partial to drafting
has been seen watching "Peter Gun" on TV . . . enjoys steak.
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Austin Aveni Bailey
Three heart specialists discuss four interesting cases
JUDITH A. BAILEY GENERAL
Judy served as English class secretary her sophomore
year enjoys dancing, skating and going to football games
loves movies in which Rock Hudson and Doris Day star
delights in watching "Maverick."
STEPHEN A. BAIR .. . COLLEGE PREP
Stevo served as president of his English class has a
liking for football and round steak . . . as a sophomore played
tympani and bell lyre in band and tympani in orchestra
ALVIN H. BAKER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Al played the sousaphone in the band for three years
enjoys hunting and football . . . cannot endure noisy girls
takes pleasure in TV late shows is often heard saying
CHESTER A. BAKER VOCATIONAL
Chet took radio shops has a liking for fried rabbit
takes an interest in outdoor activities enjoys Chey
enne" on TV likes football plans to join the U S Air
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SALLY L. BAKER , . . BUSINESS ED
Cindy sang alto in Mixed chorus and Concert chorus . ..
served as sophomore English class secretary favors bas-
ketball, German, Pat Boone, Debbie Reynolds and Rock Hudson
... dislikes girls who smoke.
SUSAN D. BAKER BUSINESS ED
Susan was a reporter for the Compass served as
secretary of her English class spends much time playing
the piano loves pizza enjoys salesmanship class
shudders at stuck-up people.
TERRANCE L. BAKER . . . VOCATIONAL
Terry participated in intramurals three years .. . names
trigonometry and solid geometry as favorite subjects in-
dulges in steak and French fries likes watching "Wagon
Train" , . . plans to goto college.
GRACE M. BALDESSARO GENERAL
Grace participated in FTA, Mixed chorus as a senior
was in Cor Teens club served as English class secretary and
home room president . .. beautician school is next.
Love is the universal language.
SHELIA L. BARE GEORGE BARDEN
Teddie was active in the Car Teens club and the Home-
making club plans to be a telephone operator after gradu-
ating . .. enjoys eating Italian food and watching "Banclstand"
C. THOMAS BARE ... GENERAL
Tom takes an interest in cars, football and math
may be heard saying "I guess" goes for Rosemary Clooney
detests stuck-up girls may be found watching "Rifle-
man" on TV.
JANICE A. BAREFOOT ... GENERAL
Janice served on the Horseshoe staff for two years
was secretary of her home room . . . served as home room rep-
resentative enjoys swimming, horseback riding and bas-
ketball is fascinated by Frankie Avalon.
RICHARD K. BAREFOOT VOCATIONAL
Dick was in sheet metal shops ... dislikes stuck-up girls
never misses "Maverick" on TV . . . indulges in eating hot
dogs favors science and Fabian enjoys going to foot-
ball games is college bound.
GEORGE L. BARNHILL . .. COLLEGE PREP
George had a leading role in the English play his junior
and senior years participated in track and cross country
was a member of College club and Varsity "A" club.
CLOYD B BARR VOCATIONAL
Bud takes an interest in football has a liking for
fried chicken takes pleasure in watching "Gunsmoke" on
TV enjoys watching James Arness and Jane Russell act
fancies Marty Robbins' singing.
NIICHELE A. BARR BUSINESS ED
Mickey participated in Car-Teens and Homemaking club
enjoys football and skating indulges in pizza and
French fries . . . says American history is favorite subject
plans to go to modeling school.
RALPH F. BARRY BUSINESS ED
Ralph was English class secretary his senior year
belonged to Academy of Science was homeroom repre-
sentative his sophomore year relishes pierogi is heard
saying "What's that, something you ate?"
Bartlebaugh Bartley Batrus
Bayle, G. Beasom, C. Beasom, D.
R. ELAINE BARTLEBAUGH . . . BUSINESS ED
Brat served as Girls' League representative her senior
year . . . loathes show-offs . .. idolizes Rock Hudson and Doris
Day goes for pizza, football, dancing and spaghetti
will attend airline hostess school.
JERRY L. BARTLEY COLLEGE PREP
Jerry played JV and varsity basketball for three years
relishes steak lists math as his favorite subject
goes for songs by Pat Boone thinks Sandra Dee is great
. . . college bound.
LOIS A. BATRUS . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Lois sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus as a sophomore
was a member of Cor Teens club for two years and the
Ushers' club as a senior .. . says "What's new."
JOSEPH L. BATTISTI VOCATIONAL
Joe enioys collecting stamps and coins rates shops
as his favorite subiect disgusted with teachers who are
hard to get along with relishes steak plans to ioin the
CAROL A. BAUMGARTNER COLLEGE PREP
Carol was an editor of Mountain Echo participated
in Quill and Scroll and German Social club served as presi-
dent of her home room as a sophomore plans to go into
CAROL A. BAYLE BUSINESS ED
Carol served as home room representative was a
member of Academy of Science club ... enioys TV's "Bonanza"
likes to swim, paint and eat French fries often heard
saying "Holy cow."
G. JEAN BAYLE BUSINESS ED
Jeanie was a member of the Horseshoe staff sang
soprano in Mixed chorus two years is partial to James
Darren, Sandra Dee and Paul Anka . . . may be heard saying
CAROLE K. BEASOM COLLEGE PREP
Carole was a maiorette three years served as home
room representative was an active member of FTA, Col-
lege club and Ushers' club .. . sang alto in Concert chorus . . .
will be a future nurse.
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Beatty Beckel Beecher
DIANA L. BEASOM COLLEGE PREP
Di was active in Homemaking club and FNA was a
senior home room representative enioys swimming and
dancing goes for French fries and sloppy ioes irritated
by wise guys.
LINDA L. BEATTY BUSINESS ED
Linda was a member of FBLA her iunior and senior years
takes a fancy to skating relishes spaghetti enioys
"Bandstand" on TV is heard saying "So what" will be
CAROL L. BECKEL . . . COLLEGE PREP
Carol served as senior English class secretary takes
pleasure in bowling, dancing and swimming is irritated by
people who are always late favors English, spaghetti,
James Darren and Sandra Dee.
EDGAR H. BEECHER . . . VOCATIONAL
Edgar was a member of the 120 weight class in wres-
tling always watches "Rifleman" on TV . . . favors physics,
porkchops and football is partial to Loretta Young, Jodie
Stevens and John Wayne.
BRENDA L. BENJAMIN . .. GENERAL
JAMES D. BENN . . . VOCATIONAL
Jim takes an interest in math
JUDITH R. BENN GEORGE BARDEN
year is pleased with Judy Garland
relishes hot dogs thinks basketball is
by stuck-up people.
WILLIAM G. BENNETT ... BUSINESS ED
machines and basketball as favorites
and Fabian . . . expects to ioin the Navy.
GERALD E. BENTON COLLEGE PREP
wlLuAM A. BEECHER vocArloNAL Jem, played ,axophone and du,
Bill tustled on the wrestling mat his senior year goes
for hunting and football is fascinated by mechanical draft-
ing plans to attend college after completing high school. I'll be" played intramural sports.
CAROL A. BENZEL . . . COLLEGE PREP
Carol was a maiorette for three
GILBERT E. BEICHLER VOCATIONAL
Gilbert enioys playing baseball . . . is fascinated by Eng-
lish loves Spanish steak goes for Loretta Young
was active in machine shop shudders at pencils with brok-
en lead plans to ioin the Navy.
is partial to Johnny Mathis, shrimp and
attend airline school.
CARL E. BERGSTED . . . VOCATIONAL
Carl takes a fancy to hunting an
baseball alleges that mechanical dr
subject goes for fried potatoes
CECELIA A. BENDER . .. BUSINESS ED
Cecely participated in FTA and sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus
as a senior ... enioys swimming, dancing and baseball in-
dulges in eating steak and French fries . . . makes much of Eng-
lish and "Maverick."
CONSTANCE BERKHEIMER ,. . GENERAL
Berky song in Mixed chorus her se
spaghetti, football and Paul Newman
McCoys" as her favorite TV program ..
leave her cold.
DONNA L. BENDER . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Donna was a member of Miss McGregor's Girl chorus,
Nurses' Aides, German Social club and FNA president of
home room senior year takes pleasure in swimming and
Beecher Beichler Bender, C. Bender, D. Beniamin
Benn, Judith Bennett Benton Benzel Bergsted
Brenda sang in the Mixed chorus . . .
of her English class and secretary of her home room is
found drawing in her spare time dislikes untruthful people.
served as president
may often be found
watching "The Rebel" on TV likes to play football in his
spare time plans to ioin the Air Force.
Judy was president of her English class her sophomore
and Pot Boone
tops is disgusted
Bill served as home room representative states office
never misses "Ameri-
can Bandstand" . . . is partial to Clint Walker, Debbie Reynolds
inet in the band for
three years likes baseball, steak, "Maverick" and model
railroads can't stand stuck-up girls often says "Well,
years served as
Girls' League representative . . . took part in Nurses' Aides . ..
d fishing enioys
afting is his favorite
plans to ioin the Air
nior year . . . relishes
claims "The Real
1. i self-centered people
M. JOHN BIDOLI GENERAL
John takes a fancy to songs by Connie Francis en-
joys watching Nick Adams and Doris Day makes much of
cars and football ... plans to ioin the Air Force.
PATRICIA A. BIDOLI . . . BUSINESS ED
Patty was a member of Car Teens club her senior year
takes interest in collecting records indulges in French
fries cannot endure conceited people plans to work
DELORES M. BISHOP BUSINESS ED
Dee enioys watching "77 Sunset Strip" on TV . .. de-
tests conceited boys rates Sandra Dee as favorite actress
is partial to French fries, skating and bookkeeping en-
ioys working with number paintings.
RUTH A. BLACK BUSINESS ED
Ruth was English class secretary her sophomore year
enioys "The Loretta Young Show" on TV indulges in ,
spaghetti . . . detests conceited people . . . has liking for foot- Gemng the presses ready to roll'
ball has plans to be a beautician.
MICHAEL L. BLAIR . . . COLLEGE PREP D. LARRY BOOKHAMER .. . GENERAL
Mick takes an interest in hunting . . . inclulges in eating Bookie was a iunior member of Car Teens club en-
charcoal grilled steak . . . ENIOYS "The Rebel" on TV . . . is irrl- ioys putting model ships together , , , favors archery and his-
tatecl by conceited people likes trigonometry and science tory may often be heard saying "Holy cow" plans on
goes for Doris Day. a Navy career.
MARLENE A. BLENDL GENERAL ALLAN R. BOOKWALTER COLLEGE PREP
Marlene sang soprano in Mixed chorus her iunior year Booky sang tenor in Mixed chorus iunior year won
acted as home room secretary was a member of the third prize in science fair his sophomore year is partial to
Car Teens club . . . goes for horseback riding, English, pizza pizza, bowling and "Bandstand" . . . detests people who don't
and Red Skelton. tell the truth.
EDWARD P. BOLAN . . . VOCATIONAL PEGGY J. BOORE . . . GENERAL
Eddie played intramural basketball senior year may Peggy participated in Car Teens and Homemoking club
often be FOUHCI WGTCIIIHQ "MGV9I'lCIK" on TV list mf-IIIW, takes pleasure in skating and dancing enioys driver
bowling and basketball as favorites has a liking for Pat training class indulges in eating steak and French fries
Boone and Dick Powell. is heard saying "That's the breaks."
MICHAEL F. BOMBAY . . . GENERAL WILLIAM L. BOYLES . . . COLLEGE PREP
Mike was o forward in intramural basketball has a Bill was o home room officer, English class president,
liking for pizza likes "Maverick" on TV is heard say- and a member of Car Teens enioys watching Kirk Douglas
ing "Dig it cat" detests noisy girls plans to ioin the and Jane Russell favors basketball, spaghetti, antique cars
Armed Services. and Spanish.
Bidoli, M. Bidoli, P. Bishop Black Blair Blendl
Bolan Bombay Bookhamer Bookwalter Boore Boyles
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Brackbill Bradfield Bratton Bravin Brett Brickley
Brogden Brubaker Bruder Brumbaugh Brunner Buck
RONALD E. BRACKBILL VOCATIONAL
Flips was active on the track and cross country teams
. .. plans to attend college after graduation . . . is partial to
history and chicken . . . takes pleasure in watching "77 Sunset
Strip" on TV.
SHARON K. BRADFIELD BUSINESS ED
Sharon twirled a baton for three years as a member
of the maroon maiorettes sang with Dr. Bohn's and Miss
McGregor's choruses future airline hostess.
WILLIAM A. BRATTON . , . VOCATIONAL
Bill takes an interest in football makes much of
steak, Debbie Reynolds and science enioys racing
claims "77 Sunset Strip" as favorite TV show plans to
become an auto mechanic.
WILLIAM J. BRAVIN COLLEGE PREP
Bill participated in track and cross-country .. . takes an
interest in radios highly regards "Gunsmoke," French and
Johnny Mathis frequently heard saying "Way-to-go"
is appalled by conceited people.
The Del Fi's give with "Blue Velvet" at the talent show.
DONALD H. BRETT College Prep
Don was senior member of the Key club . . . indulges
in eating lobsters never misses watching "Maverick"
favors the expression "You can't win all the time" is par-
tial to chemistry.
LINDA H. BRICKLEY BUSINESS ED
Linda warbled alto in Dr. Bohn's chorus is partial
to pizza, Doris Day and math favors all songs by Pat
Boone enioys watching "The Rebel" in her spare time.
GERALD M. BROGDEN VOCATIONAL
Jerry was a home room otticer and also a representa-
tive . .. is interested in swimming and cars . . . has the favor-
ite expression "Hey" enioys health watches "The
Rebel" plans to ioin the Navy.
BARBARA A. BRUBAKER COLLEGE PREP
Barbara sang with the Mixed chorus enjoys swim-
ming and listening to music cares for chicken highly re-
gards Rock Hudson and Debbie Reynolds is partial to
songs by Perry Como.
STUART J. BRUDER COLLEGE PREP
Stu sang bass in Boys' Glee club his senior year
member of Mixed chorus his iunior and senior years was
an unlimited in wrestling his iunior and senior years col-
lege is next.
THOMAS R. BRUMBAUGH VOCATIONAL
Tom was active in intramural sports for two years
enioys working with model airplanes goes for football and
math class . . . detests girls who smoke .. . plans to go into
NANCY E. BRUNNER ... GEORGE BARDEN
Nancy sang in the Mixed chorus her senior year
participated in Car Teens club and Nurses' Aides . . . is par-
tial to Rock Hudson, Jane Powell, Pat Boone and English.
DAVID W. BUCK GENERAL
Bucky was his home room representative for three years
and his English class president for two takes pleasure in
football and collecting guns . . . relishes shrimp has been
si ' 5
Buck Buckreis, E. Buckreis, T. Bulman Burget Burket, Judith Ann
Burket, Judith Ann Burkey Burkhart
JUNE A. BUCK GENERAL
June enioys spaghetti may be heard to say "Oh,
my gosh" likes to bowl and dance adores Frank Sin-
atra abhors stuck-up people seeks a career as airline
EUGENE D. BUCKREIS VOCATIONAL
Doot was vice-president of his home room his iunior
year . . . lists chicken, swimming and camping as his favorites
enioys watching "Maverick" on TV plans to become a
THOMAS G. BUCKREIS ... GENERAL
Buck was home room representative his senior year
takes an interest in bowling and math . .. relishes potatoes . . .
is disgusted by people who are late thinks Alan Ladd is
tops future Marine.
BEVERLY A. BULMAN . . . GENERAL
Bev finds pleasure in listening to records, especially
those of Elvis Presley . . . enioys swimming and spaghetti . . .
dislikes those who break promises watches "The Real
McCoys" always . .. often says "Gee whiz."
ANN E. BURGET COLLEGE PREP
Ann became sergeant of color guard her senior year
played viola in orchestra participated in FTA, College
club, and Ushers' club ... served as English class president ...
was showcase manager.
JUDITH A. BURKET COLLEGE PREP
Judie adores Doris Day is fascinated by Johnny Ma-
this and football can not endure grouchy people is
often heard saying "Later" lists French as favorite subiect
... trusts herself to spaghetti.
JUDITH A. BURKET COLLEGE PREP
Judy is irritated by people who are always slow
may often be found watching "Playhouse 90" on TV in-
dulges in eating steak . . . adores Tommy Sands, Roger Smith
and Donna Reed.
JAMES W. BURKEY . . . VOCATIONAL
Jim is pained by terrible drivers takes an interest
in math enjoys eating venison delights in hunting
takes a fancy to watching Perry Como on TV was in
Burley Bushnell Butler
GERALDINE L. BURKHART COLLEGE PREP
Gerry participated in Car Teens club as a senior
served as English class president and home room secretary her
junior year is partial to football and steak enioys
ALVIN M. BURLEY COLLEGE PREP
Maynard was in the band for three years and the or-
chestra for two may be found watching "Maverick" on TV
takes an interest in ice skating plans to attend college.
ANN S. BUSHNELL COLLEGE PREP
Ann sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus and Concert cho-
rus was active in Nurses' Aides, College club, Science and
Engineering, Ushers' club and FNA . .. served as senior Eng-
lish class president.
RICHARD B. BUTLER VOCATIONAL
Richard played intramural basketball takes pleasure
in football and bowling enioys steak and math never
misses "Maverick" on TV plans to enter the service
has a liking for Connie Francis.
DANBEL L. CALISE COLLEGE PREP
Danny was English class president his senior year
participated in Boys' Glee club and Car Teens club can be
heard saying "Wow" makes much of Theresa Brewer.
PATRICIA L. CAMPANARO BUSINESS ED
Patricia lists typing as her favorite subject . .. enioys
swimming and dancing ... goes for songs by Paul Anka . .. is
pleased with movies starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day
loves ice cream.
DONNA J, CAPORUSCIO GEORGE BARDEN
Donna enioys art delights in eating spaghetti
likes to swim often exclaims "How about that!" is
thrilled by the singing of Johnny Mathis never misses "The
Real McCoys" on TV.
DENNIS W. CAPRIOTTI COLLEGE PREP
Denny takes an interest in trigonometry loves steak
sang in the Boy's Glee club may be often heard say-
ing "lt ain't polite" enioys football is partial to Abby
CARQLE J, BYRNE 555134555 ED PATRICIA K. CARLE5 COLLEGE PREP
Carol participated in Fellowship club for three years .Petr PlC'Yed P055 Vlollf' in the orfhesira and Pafflcl'
was a member of Car Teens club and Homemaking club her Pfied 'n 'nfmmf-"'C'lf her Semol' Yea' cures for P0Wl'n91
iunior and senio, yea, enioys music and songs by pa, biology and swimming loathes smart boys takes a
Boone. fancy to macaroni and tomato sauce.
REGIS J, BYRNES , , , COLLEGE PREP ELAINE J. CAROTHERS . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Regis was q home rqom represenigiive his gophomcre Elaine participated in Nurses' Aides and Car Teens club
year belonged to Boys' Glee club and Cqr Teens club served as president of her English and art class . .. relishes
enioys football, basketball, horseback riding, steak and French l1OImbUI'9eI'S Gnd Pill'-1 SP9I'td5 her SPUFS time residing and
fries detests conceited people. drawing future nurse.
JOANN R. CALABRESE . . . GENERAL JAMES A. CARRIERI . . . VOCATIONAL
JoAnn enioys football, "The Real McCoys," Rock Hudson Jim has a liking for French fries takes an interest
and Doris Day has an aversion to conceited people in basketball and physics may often be found watching
can often be heard saying "Maybe" plans to be a tele- "Peter Gunn" on TV delights in listening to Johnny Mathis'
phone operator. records.
GEORGE E. CALDWELL COLLEGE PREP LINDA E. CASWELL BUSINESS ED
Mox played tackle in varsity football and center in in- Linda was a member of FTA her iunior year enioys
tramural basketball takes an interest in gymnastics and football indulges in eating pizza is often heard saying
law goes for "Cheyenne" is appalled by women drivers "Ya know" cannot endure hen-pecked boys has a lik-
makes much of Esther Williams. ing for bookkeeping.
Byrne Byrnes Calabrese Caldwell Calise Campanaro
Caporuscio Capriotti Carles Carothers Carrieri Caswell
SAUNDRA N. CATALDO GEORGE BARDEN
Sandy song alto in Mixed chorus was English class
secretary and member of Nurses' Aides enioys pizza, Rock
Hudson, Debbie Reynolds and "77 Sunset Strip" hates
people who are never on time.
M. RICHARD CAUM VOCATIONAL
Dick is partial to steak, American History and the Kings-
ton Trio is often heard saying "That's the breaks" de-
tests people who think they know it all Air Force is next.
SANDRA L. CECCHINE ... BUSINESS ED
Sandy enioys collecting poems .. . lists English as favor-
ite subject indulges in eating steak and French fries
likes basketball is often heard saying "Get serious"
dislikes conceited people future secretary.
EDWARD M. CHAMPENO VOCATIONAL
Champ highly regards "Maverick" and Elvis Presley
f"eqUen'lY heard 5UYin9 HSUY heY" ' ' ' hates 9i"l5 who Smoke Some dolls dress dolls for the Salvation Army.
enioys American history and collecting coins indulges
in eating meat loaf will enter the Navy.
PATRICIA M, CHAMpENO GENERAL MADELINE J. CIAVARELLA GENERAL
Pat delights in eating pizza pie and French fries . 1 MUddY PNUS 0 fflemiief of 'IWFUY Teens fiub has 0
likes the "Donna Reed" TV program is heard saying "Hi, lllfmg for Sli'-7'i'n9f Sifflmmmg Und P'Z1.U 9nI0Y5 wetchins
kid" sang second soprano in Girls' chorus for three years. PIUYIWUSE 90" 'S Often heard 5UY'f'9 "GfeC"" Cqnnoi
endure canceited people.
SANDRA L. CHATHAMS . .. BUSINESS ED
Sandy was a typist on the Horseshoe staff served D' RALPH CIAPPER VOCATIONAL
as secretary of English class and home room lists English, RQIPIW Served OS l10rI1e r00m representative his senior
dancing, bowling and football as favorites plans to become Yedr WGS active in machine shop made happy by fish-
q gtenogrqpher, ing, baseball and eating spaghetti is fascinated by math
enioys watching "Red Skelton."
CHESTER E. CHERRY . . . BUSINESS ED
Chet collects stamps and coins enioys hunting, JUDITH A' CI-ARK GEORGE BARDEN
steaks, Business Math and Annette Funicello was secretary Judie sang second soprano in Girls' chorus her senior
of English class his senior year .. . often expresses himself by year was active in Nurses' Aides, College club, and Ushers'
saying "Real cool" business school is next. club likes bacteriology, French fries, football and "Mav-
erick" says "Forget it."
PATRICIA M. CHIARIERI . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Mickey has a liking for spaghetti, baseball and Rock KATHIEEN A- CUNGER Coll-EGE PREP
Hudson . , . claims "American Bandstand" as her favorite TV Kathy hgg been q color guard for fhree years , I I pqf.
P"99'C'm 5- - favors all SWISS BY Elvis Pfe5leY - - - is often ticipated as a member of Nurses' Aides, Car Teens and FNA her
heard 50Y'n9 "How abou' 'IW'-H senior year . .. enioys Latin, chemistry and playing the piano.
Cataldo Caum Cecchine Champeno, E. Champeno, P. Chathams
Cherry Chiarieri Ciavarella Clapper Clark Clinger
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Close Cockburn, Richard Cockburn, Robert
Conrad, S. Conrad, W. Conte
JOHN H. CLOSE VOCATIONAL
Jon enioys Maverick, basketball and spaghetti is heard
saying "Can't see it" ... highly regards Rock Hudson and Doris
Day is pained by conceited girls plans to become a
RICHARD D. COCKBURN . . . VOCATIONAL
Richard was active in sheet metal shops ... enioys play-
ing football and going to movies highly regards Red Skel-
ton is fascinated by math will ioin the Army after
ROBERT C. COCKBURN . . . COLLEGE PREP
Bob enioys football and hamburgers received letter
of commendation for Merit Scholarship test delights in
chemistry . . . highly regards Johnny Cash . . . has an aversion
to stuck-up people will attend college.
CONSTANCE J. COLABOVE . . . COLLEGE PREP
Connie served as English class secretary and Girls'
League representative her senior year takes pleasure in
dancing and swimming cannot endure liars likes Tony
Curtis and fried chicken is college bound.
". . . And another advantage of Juniata College
Colabove Coleman Conrad, D
Cooper Corbin, D. Corbin, F.
GARY E. COLEMAN COLLEGE PREP
Gary was a member of Fellowship club his iunior year
enioys "l Love Lucy," spaghetti and football is often
heard saying "Nothin" ... detests people who think they know
DANIEL J. CONRAD ... VOCATIONAL
Danny takes an interest in hunting and also in basket!
ball dribbled as forward in basketball intramurals for
three years alleges that drafting is his favorite subiect
indulges in basketball.
SHIRLEY L. CONRAD ... BUSINESS ED
Shirley was an active member of FBLA can often be
heard saying "Like wow" enioys all songs by Elvis Presley
favors spaghetti, "Bourbon Street Beat" and Clint Walker.
WILLIAM L. CONRAD VOCATIONAL
Bill plans on ioining the Navy is fascinated by a
good basketball game .. . makes much of John Wayne and
Jayne Mansfield goes for steak in a big way enioys
CAROL A. CONTE . .. GENERAL
Carol sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus for two years
participated in Car Teens club . . . has a liking for pizza,
music and baseball highly regards English and Pat Boone.
CECELIA G. COOPER ... BUSINESS ED
CC is a Doris Day fan enioys business English and
playing badminton conceited people leave her cold de-
lights in watching "Father Knows Best" on TV plans to do
DONNA J. CORBIN COLLEGE PREP
Corby served on the class executive committee all three
years became captain of Ushers' club participated in
FTA and College club was on Girls' League executive com-
mittee played cello in orchestra.
FRED B. CORBIN . . , COLLEGE PREP
Fred was English class president his iunior year . . . often
heard saying "Not bad" spends extra time with model
railroads goes for physics, swimming, pizza and watching
"Gunsmoke" . .. is college bound.
Cori Cornelius Couch Counsel Cowher Craig
Crawford, F. Crawford, R. Crawford, W. Crist Crum Cruse
JOYCE A. CORL . . . COLLEGE PREP
.loby participated in Car Teens club and Ushers' club . ..
sang with the Concert chorus as a senior . . . served as a Girls'
League representative will attend Allegheny college.
V. MAXINE CORNELIUS BUSINESS ED
Max was a senior member of the Ushers' club
served as home room representative, English class president,
and home room president during her three years . .. is heard
saying "Have a lunch."
CONNIE M. COUCH BUSINESS ED
Connie lists horseriding, reading and hamburgers as
favorites dislikes conceited people enioys listening to
records of Rick Nelson never misses "Rebel" on TV
plans on an Air Force career.
JOY K. COUNSEL . . . COLLEGE PREP
Joy played percussion in the orchestra . . . was English
class president for two years enioys the "Rebel," Ingrid
Bergman and Johnny Mathis cannot stand people who
DONALD L. COWHER . . . GENERAL
Don was in the Car Teens club his sophomore year
takes an interest in most sports may be heard saying
"Check it" relishes cheeseburgers plans to ioin the
.IUDITH L. CRAIG . . . BUSINESS ED
Judy served as vice president of her home room as a
iunior . . . enioys English class . . . likes French fries and base-
ball is irritated by people who are late will be a fu-
ture telephone operator.
FREDERICK A. CRAWFORD . .. COLLEGE PREP
Fred served as English class secretary for two years . . .
was in Car Teens club .. . played in intramurals . .. is partial
to trigonometry and baseball enioys watching "American
RICHARD F. CRAWFORD . . . COLLEGE PREP
Dick played the drums in band for three years par-
ticipated in intramural basketball . .. enioys watching Liz Tay-
lor and Anthony Quinn . .. is often heard saying "Like who."
WILLIAM D. CRAWFORD .. . COLLEGE PREP
Bill served as captain on the intramural basketball team
for two years relishes pizza and French fries may be
found watching "Sea Hunt" on TV detests women drivers
goes for Sandra Dee.
ROBERT L. CRIST BUSINESS ED
Robert takes pleasure in collecting coins goes hunt
ing and swimming relishes steak and French fries lists
history as favorite subiect .. . hopes to attend business college
ELAINE M. CRUM . . . COLLEGE PREP
Elaine was active in girls' intramurals enioys bas
ketball games and geometry class goes for chicken an
waffles .. . takes an interest in sewing and oil painting ..
hopes to be a seamstress.
E. CAROLYN CRUSE .. . COLLEGE PREP
Carolyn played the flute in orchestra for three years . .
was secretary of Fellowship club her sophomore year has
a liking for chicken and noodles is heard saying "Mercy
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LINDA S. CRUTHERS GENERAL
Linda enioys going to basketball games favors Rock
Hudson, Doris Day and Connie Francis is partial to "The
Alaskans" . . . goes skating in her spare time . . . is heard say-
ing "How about that."
WILLIAM H. CULP . . . COLLEGE PREP
Bill played the clarinet in band for three years
takes an interest in baseball enioys listening to the radio
and watching TV dislikes insincerity likes songs by
MARGARET E. CUMMINGS . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Peggy was vice president of the Homemaking club
enioys watching basketball games, Tab Hunter and Jayne Mans-
field states P.O.D. as her favorite subject hates con-
ceited people plans to ioin the WACS.
JAMES E. CUPPLES . .. COLLEGE PREP
Jim goes for college algebra, swimming, steak and
French fries highly regards James Garner and "Maverick"
is often heard saying "You don't say" plans to enter
service before college.
Cruthers Culp Cummings
Daniels Datres Davis, E.
JAMES C. CURRY COLLEGE PREP
Jim quarterbacked for varsity football .. . was star cen-
ter in basketball participated in Varsity "A" club
sang in Boys' Glee club served as English class president
detests eating steaks while on sports trips.
JOHN F. CUZZOLINA ... COLLEGE PREP
Cuz served as president of his English class taxes
an interest in boxing goes for steak and onions en-
joys watching "Maverick" highly regards Perry Como's
singing plans to be a barber.
EDMONDO D. DANIELS COLLEGE PREP
Chico takes an active part in baseball and football .. .
enioys watching Gary Cooper and Lloyd Price rates Span-
ish and P.O.D. as tops enjoys watching Red Skelton on TV
. . . disgusted by stuck-up people.
DELORES J. DATRES COLLEGE PREP
De served as home room president her senior year
was in Dr. Bohn's chorus relishes spaghetti enioys
watching "American BandstancI" detests snobbish people
is pleased with Rock Hudson and Ricky Nelson.
EVE M. DAVIS COLLEGE PREP
Evie was a reporter for the Compass three years
took part in Nurses' Aides, College club, FNA and Science and
Engineering club was exchange editor on Mountain Echo
. . . future Navy nurse.
GAYLE A. DAVIS . .. VOCATIONAL
Gayle claims photography as his hobby and turkey as
his favorite food states Jerry Lewis and Annette Funicello
as tops in the theater . . . plans to move to Florida after gradu-
JANET L. DAVIS . . . BUSINESS ED
Janet sang alto in both Mixed chorus and Concert cho-
rus was an active member of FBLA for two years is
partial to bookkkeeping often says "Crazy" enioys
NICKI DAVIS COLLEGE PREP
Nicki delights in swimming, reading and traveling
was active in College club and Science and Engineering
served her senior English class as vice-president irritated
by stuck zippers college is next.
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SAMUEL E. DAVIS .. . VOCATIONAL
Sam was active in cabinet shop ... enjoys watching
westerns on TV ... favors baseball, French fries and steak ...
cletests people who think they are better than someone else .. .
will join the service.
PHYLLIS J. DEAN COLLEGE PREP
Phyllis played the violin in the orchestra . . . was a mem-
ber of FTA, College club and FNA ... served as a Nurses' Aide
... detests people who are late ... plans to attend college.
SANDRA L. DEAN BUSINESS ED
Sandra sang soprano in Mixed chorus active mem-
ber of Car Teens . . . enjoys writing letters and swimming . , .
likes "American Bandstandf' Robert Mitchum and Maureen
O'Hara is annoyed by conceitecl boys.
BETTY J. DE ARMENT BUSINESS ED
Betty served as secretary of her English class her senior
year enjoys dancing, swimming, skating and "American
Bandstandu idolizes Fabian and Rock Hudson stuck-up
people leave her cold.
GLORIA R. DE BIASE COLLEGE PREP
Gloria belongs to Car Teens club was home room
president junior year . . . served as a Senate helper enjoys
football, reading, dancing and music dislikes over-conticlent
and conceited people.
PATRICIA E. DE CASPERS .. . COLLEGE PREP
Patty participated in College club . . . was a member of
Concert chorus and Senior Octet served as president and
secretary of her home room enjoys English hopes to be
an airline hostess.
C. EDWARD DECKER ., . GENERAL
Tiny acted as a home room representative for two years
makes a hobby of playing the guitar favors Connie
Francis, Kirk Douglas, football and spaghetti plans to enter
JOHN F. DECKER GENERAL
John goes for football and hamburgers lists biology
as his favorite subject ... is often heard saying "Like nice" ...
Two twosomes take time out.
ANTHONY C, DE FRANCESCO ... BUSINESS ED
Tony was a member of FTA his senior year . . . acted as
English class president his junior year highly regards Dean
is partial to bowling and "77 Sunset Strip" ... will
ELIZABETH J. DE GOL GEORGE BARDEN
Betty was a member of Car Teens club and Homemaking
club her senior year has a liking for football, swimming
and dancing is partial to Rock Hudson, Doris Day and
E. DEGYANSKY . . . COLLEGE PREP
Milan was treasurer of the Academy of Science and sec-
retary of Key club also participated in Science and Engi-
neering and College club managed the baseball team
participated in intramural sports.
P. DELL GENERAL
Dave plans on a career in the Navy . . . enjoys watching
a good football game has a liking for pumpkin pie and
enjoys movies starring Dane Clark and Fay Spain Air Force "Paladin" . .. takes an interest in hunting . . . favors solid
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RAY E. DELL COLLEGE PREP
Ray sang in Boys' Glee club and Concert chorus ... was
home room representative for two years served as English
class president as a iunior plans to iain the Marines.
FRED N. DELOZIER ... COLLEGE PREP
Fred likes to hear Paul Anka sing ... attends Doris Day's
movies whenever possible . .. watches football games and
"Peter Gunn" . .. joins in all pinochle games . ,. says "Like
wow!" ... plans to attend A.U.C.
RICHARD F. DELOZIER . .. GENERAL
Dick enioys viewing "Cheyenne" on TV in his spare
time takes an interest in football and skating .. . is left
cold by stuck-up girls has a liking for steaks.
ROBERT L. DELOZIER COLLEGE PREP
Bob was an active member of College club his senior
year takes pleasure in ice skating and bowling has a
liking for Debbie Reynolds, Johnny Mathis, football and mathe-
"And this, you modern girls, is an oven."
RICHARD R. DE NICOLA . .. COLLEGE PREP
Dick played forward on the basketball team makes
much of shrimp and geometry can be heard saying "Tell
my lawyer" disgusted by show-offs plans to enter col-
lege after graduation.
ANNE V. DENSEVICH GENERAL
Anne sang second soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus was
a Girls' League representative . . . always enioys listening to
songs by Johnny Mathis is annoyed by people who are
JUDITH A. DE STEFANO COLLEGE PREP
Judy served as exchange editor on the Mountain Echo
was a member of Fellowship club, and Quill and Scroll
is often heard saying "Oh my word" belonged to FTA
and College club.
THOMAS J, DETWILER GENERAL
Tom was vice president of his home room his iunior
year . . . served as English class president his sophomore year
. . . relishes pizza . . . enioys the "Rifleman" on TV . . . takes
an interest in mechanical drawing.
BARDFORD .l. DE VRIES .. . COLLEGE PREP
Brad had the male lead in the Language Department
play as a iunior and senior played trombone in the band
all three years ... also participated in Key club for three years.
FLORENCE H. DIAMOND ... COLLEGE PREP
Flo sang soprano in Concert chorus her senior year
was on active member of Ushers' club, College club and FTA
is partial to French fried onions, Johnny Mathis and for-
LINDA L. DICKEY GEORGE BARDEN
Linda was a member of FNA for two years enioys
surfboard riding and reading .. . likes to watch the "Pat Boone
Show" hates people who are late will enter nurse's
SANDRA L. DIEHL COLLEGE PREP
Sandy sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus her sophomore year
and Concert chorus her iunior year lists favorite pastime
as playing piano and cooking often says "Later, much
later" . . . loathes conceited people.
Diena Dietze Dillen Disabato DiSabato DiVentura
Diviney Dixon Dmytryshak Dodson, D. Dodson, E. Dodson, R.
ANNA L. DIENA BUSINESS ED
Frenchie enioys basketball and dancing has a liking
for "American Bandstand," Doris Day and Andy Williams . . .
states favorite subject as office machines can often be
heard saying "Like help."
JEFFREY C. DIETZE . . . COLLEGE PREP
Jeff played center in .IV basketball and was pitcher for
the baseball team served as president of College club
played clarinet and saxophone in the band for three years.
CAROL A. DILLEN COLLEGE PREP
Carol was a cheerleader her iunior and senior years
. . . participated as a member of College club, Ushers' club and
Concert chorus her senior year is partial to English
JOANN M. DISABATO BUSINESS ED
Joanie takes pleasure in swimming, sewing and dancing
takes an interest in art indulges in eating ravioli and
steak . . . lists English as her favorite subject . . . enioys songs
by Perry Como.
TIMOTHY D. DI SABATO . . . GENERAL
Tim is made happy by bowling and working on model
cars has been seen watching the "Danny Thomas Show"
on TV is partial to practical science plans to enter res-
JOSEPH L. DI VENTURA GENERAL
Joe detests women drivers delights in watching Bri-
gitte Bardot on screen favors baseball, spaghetti, English
and "Maverick" enjoys listening to Doris Day future
plans include some branch of service.
ROY J. DIVINEY COLLEGE PREP
Jim played center for JV and varsity football was
home room representative and a member of the Senate
participated in the Varsity "A" club sang in the Boys'
CONNIE J. DIXON BUSINESS ED
Connie served as English class secretary her senior year
is often heard saying "Oh, really" detests stuck-up
people delights in watching "American Bandstand" and
eating pizza highly regards business math.
CAROL A. DMYTRYSHAK COLLEGE PREP
Demmy was associate editor of the Mountain Echo
belonged to FTA and Quill and Scroll her iunior year . . . was
a member of College club and Science and Engineering club in
her senior year.
DAVID G. DODSON COLLEGE PREP
Parrot was on the cross-country team for two years . ..
has a liking for turkey with filling and apple pie thinks
much of Annette Funicello and Duane Eddy . . . enioys football.
E. CAROLINE DODSON . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Caroline likes dancing enioys watching football
games and "The Rebel" has a liking for Jeff York, Doris
Day and Frankie Lane states history as her favorite subiect
can't stand conceited people.
RONALD G. DODSON COLLEGE PREP
Horse presided as president of the Senate his senior
year . . . was a three-year member of the Key club and track
team . .. played left end in varsity football belonged to
Varsity "A" club.
JOSEPH W. DORFMEISTER VOCATIONAL
Pepsie played end on the varsity and JV football squads
participated in intramural basketball for three years
takes pleasure in fixing cars enioys eating chicken
plans to be an electrician.
CONSTANCE A. DOSH BUSINESS ED
Connie was secretary of her home room as a senior . ..
participated in Car Teens club enioys English class and
"The Alaskans" . .. loves pork chops will be a future air-
JOHN A. DOUGHERTY VOCATIONAL
Jack delights in working on cars takes an interest
in basketball and steak enioys watching "Maverick" on
TV has a liking for James Garner enioys listening to
Dwane Eddie's music.
DARLENE R. DOUTRICH . .. GENERAL
Darlene was in the Mixed chorus her iunior year and in
the concert chorus senior year . .. is often heard saying "Oh
mother" . .. takes pleasure in swimming . .. enioys health and
ELIZABETH W. DOWNS . . . COLLEGE PREP
Betsy was active in Academy of Science, FTA, College
THERESA l-- DOMFNICK -- ' COLLEGE PREP club, Quill and Scroll, Science and Engineering, and Ushers' club
Theresa was the president of FNA and a member of served as exchange editor of the Mountain Echo all three
Nurses' Aides served as a reporter on the Mountain Echo years.
and as her English class secretary plans to be a nurse.
ROBERT G. DOYLE VOCATIONAL
GERALD W' DONNFLLY VOCANONAL Bob plays baseball . . . watches "Cheyenne" faithfully
Jerry spends most of his spare time working on cars . .. .. . enioys the singing of Perry Como . . . finds spaghetti to
trusts himself to baseball, French fries and English is irri- suit his appetite despises those who think they know it
tated by stuck-up people favorite singer is Johnny Mathis. all took welding shops.
JOHN A. DOREFICE . . . COLLEGE PREP JOHN W. DREESE . . . COLLEGE PREP
John played guard on JV basketball team shudders John won first prize in the chemistry Science Fair . . .
at people who chew gum while talking .. . made happy by was active in Science and Engineering club, College club and
Johnny Mathis' songs favors Robert Mitchum and Rita Hay- Academy of Science played trumpet in band . .. is irri-
worth .. . college bound. tated by practical iokers.
MARY L. DOREFICE . . . COLLEGE PREP TED W. DROST . . . VOCATIONAL
Mary served as a maiorette in the maroon corps Ted is disgusted by girls who smoke takes an in-
played the viola in the orchestra was a member of Nurses' terest in math, hunting and baseball indulges in eating hot
Aides makes much of Johnny Mathis plans to be a beef sandwiches and French fries enioys Debbie Reynolds
nurse, and Lloyd Price's acting.
Domenick Donnelly Dorefice, J. Dorefice, M. Dormeister Dosh
Dougherty Doutrich Downs Doyle Dreese Drost
JACQUELYN S. DUMM GENERAL
Jackie was a member of Ushers' club and Dr. Bohn's
chorus was home room and Girls' League representative
. .. served as president and secretary of her English class I
NANCY L. DUTROW ... GEORGE BARDEN
Nancy sang alto as a member of Mixed and Concert
chorus indulges in eating French fries likes football
and skating highly regards June Allyson and Tab Hunter
... enioys math. I
JOYCE A. EAKIN5 ... BUSINESS ED
Joyce was a member of Car Teens club her iunior year
., , lists English as her favorite subiect . . . adores Rock Hud-
son cannot endure stuck-up people enioys ice skating
WILLIAM M. EBOCH .. . COLLEGE PREP
William played the drums in band for three years
likes to work with model trains enioys basketball, hunt- H , ,
ing and eating ,urkey HA highly regards Used HUMH . - A is And the assignment for tomorrow is on page 26."
fascinated by math.
EDWARD L. ECKENRODE VOCATIONAL
LOUIS R. ENDRESS ... BUSINESS ED
Ed was elected home room representative his senior year Lou played in immmumls Served as English class
pQrl:li'pGIjdHgIh Acaderny of Scflce Efllrlal to foam president his iunior year and secretary his senior year
Q ' Fon eyenne 'els es 'le C 'C en W' has an aversion to most women drivers is often heard
emer lr one' uttering "That's the breaks."
ROBERT E- EGAN COLLEGE RRER NANCY J. ENDRESS sconce BARDEN
' Bob served Us 'me Preswlenl of lumor clcfss wo? SEN Nancy cannot endure conceited people . . . makes much
'or board member of Key club " ' wolf pun In Senuitf lumor of Rock Hudson, Connie Francis . . . relishes spaghetti takes
year was member of Academy of Science sang in Con- pleasure in Wmching H77 Sunse, Smpff on TV plans to
Cen Chorus' become a nurse.
JANET A- EGER GEURGE BARDEN DARLENE K. ENGELMAN BUSINESS ED
Jon WU5 English ElU55 5eC"elU"Y GHIOYS WUIEIWIUQ Tone finds satisfaction in learning business math
"Rebel," Alfdle Murphy, 5'-'SUV' l'l0YWE"d and FVGHIYIB Avalon enioys skating and dancing often is heard saying "Like
EQVOYS fine WIS Gnd Cfefts SPEHEIS much of free time wow" is partial to Robert Wagner and Andy Williams
swimming , . . often says "Get lost." plans fo be C, secfegufy.
JUDITH F. EICHENLAUB .., COLLEGE PREP JAMES A. ESPOSTI ... GENERAL
Judy was a member of FTA, Nurses' Aides, College club James has a liking for baseball and cars thinks
and FNA her senior year . .. detests insincerity and arrogance Victor Mature, Fay Spain and Fabian are tops goes for
... cares for Tony Randall, Doris Day, and Tommy Edwards ,.. spaghetti . .. enioys watching "Peter Gunn" . .. is irritated
future nurse .. . was a Horseshoe editor. by Conceited people,
Dumm Dutrow Eakins Eboch Eckenrode Egan
Eger Eichenlaub Endress, L. Endress, N. Engelman Esposti
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PATRICIA L. ETTERS . . , BUSINESS ED
Patty takes an active interest in swimming and collect-
ing scrap book items relishes meat loaf and cole slaw
thinks Jack Kelly and Loretta Young are tops .. . enioys gym
DALE F. EVANS . . . GENERAL
Dale played trombone in band for three years is
heard saying "That's life" cannot endure conceited girls
enioys football, bowling and swimming relishes steak
and pizza will ioin Navy upon graduation.
EILEEN D. EVANS .. . GEORGE BARDEN
Pinky was her English class secretary for two years
states dancing and football as favorites has a liking for
John Saxon, Connie Francis and "Father Knows Best" is
heard saying "That's right."
D. JEAN EYSTER . . . BUSINESS ED
Jean is made happy by horseback riding and watching
football games relishes French fries is partial to his-
tory ... has been heard saying "Oh, sugar" . . . highly regards
Women are always checking up on men.
PHILLIP W. FAIR .. . COLLEGE PREP
Phil was sports editor of the Mountain Echo . .. tooted
the clarinet in band for three years participated as presi-
dent of Quill and Scroll and member of Key club college
NATHAN J. FAMA . .. COLLEGE PREP
Nate sang bass in Concert chorus his junior year
played the French horn in band senior year . . . served as sec-
retary of home room was right guard in intramural basket-
ball enioys English.
O. JOHN FARABAUGH . . . GENERAL
John was a member of Car Teens and Conservation club
his iunior year ... is fond of saying "How about that" ... en-
ioys hunting, history and baked ham highly regards Doris
HENRY A. FARETTY . . . VOCATIONAL
Hank takes pleasure in working on cars is partial
to John Wayne and Perry Como indulges in eating ice
cream . . . may be found watching "Bold Journey" on TV . ..
J. MICHAEL FARIS COLLEGE PREP
Mike was senior class treasurer . .. belonged to Key club
was a member of Varsity "A" and cross country en-
joys tennis and basketball . . . loathes conceited girls . .. plans
to go to college.
MARLENE M. FARROW COLLEGE PREP
Marlene was an active member of FTA, College club,
Ushers' club and Science and Engineering sang alto in
Mixed chorus and Concert chorus was on Horseshoe staff
her junior year.
SARA J. FEATHER BUSINESS ED
Smilie sang in the Mixed chorus for two years was
a member of Fellowship club and Car Teens club . . . lists book-
keeping as her favorite subiect . . . goes for skating . .. en-
SHARON R. FERGUSON . .. BUSINESS ED
Sharon was member of Car Teens club . . . served as
senior English president takes pleasure in bowling and
swimming may be heard saying "That's tough" will
be a speech therapist.
Ferraro Fields Fisher, D.
Flegal Fletcher Focht
HENRY L. FERRARO GENERAL
Henry belonged to Car Teens club in his iunior year . ..
is irritated by waiting for people . . . enioys bowling and base-
ball is partial to Lana Turner and Connie Francis.
PATRICIA A. FIELDS BUSINESS ED
Patti was secretary of FBLA her senior year . . . spends
her spare time reading and painting enioys Pat Boone, Eva
Maria Saint and Johnny Mathis abhors conceited people.
DENNIS B. FISHER VOCATIONAL
Den took machine shops . . . takes an interest in foot-
ball indulges in hamburgers has a liking for "Mav-
erick" on TV likes Boris Karlofli is heard saying "Yes!
KIRK L. FISHER COLLEGE PREP
Kirk served as English class president and president of
his home room became captain of intramural sports
was member of after school math class has a liking 'For
basketball, French fries and math.
ELIZABETH H. FLECK COLLEGE PREP
Betty won second prize in the chemistry Science Fair . . .
took part in Academy of Science, Fellowship club, FTA, College
club and Science and Engineering club . .. loves collecting
stones and rare articles.
JOANNE M. FLECK GENERAL
Joanne enjoys collecting pictures of TV stars . . . is often
heard saying "How about that" never misses "Red Skel-
ton" on TV goes for Elvis Presley, Tony Curtis and Debbie
RONALD G. FLEGAL COLLEGE PREP
Ronnie was on the senior class decorating committee . . .
served as secretary of home room can be heard saying
"What! me worry" .. . is partial to steak, physics, football
plans to attend college.
L. JEAN FLETCHER BUSINESS ED
Jean enioys swimming takes pleasure in drawing
indulges in eating French fries lists business English
as her favorite subiect . .. is irritated by boys who are late . . .
hopes to be a secretary.
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JANET L. FOCHT BUSINESS ED
Janet sang alto in Concert chorus . .. enioys swimming,
reading and music has a liking for spaghetti and pizza
takes an interest in bookkeeping and shorthand can't
stand people who say "Ain't."
PATRICIA L. FOLK . .. COLLEGE PREP
Patty sang soprano in Concert chorus was a mem-
ber of College club, Science and Engineering and German So-
cial club is heard saying "Oh my heaven" plans to be
a medical technologist.
DAVID L. FOUR . . . VOCATIONAL
Dave has been seen watching "77 Sunset Strip" on TV
relishes pizza is partial to mathematics has a lik-
ing tor basketball and Ernie Ford plans to go into elec-
ROBERT C. FOX COLLEGE PREP
Bob sang in Boys' Glee club . . . played intramural sports
enjoys watching "Maverick" on TV relishes steak filet
. . . is partial to Brigitte Bardot, Rock Hudson and Johnny Ma-
this plans to attend college.
JOHN A. FRALEY VOCATIONAL
Jack takes an interest in hunting has a liking for
math abhors stuck-up girls may be found watching
"Red Skelton" or "Cheyenne" on TV likes songs by Pat
JOSEPH F. FRANCIS . . . COLLEGE PREP
Joe sang bass in Boys' Glee club and Concert chorus
his senior year served as Boys' Federation representative
and English class president was an active member of Col-
ROBERT J. FRANKS . . . VOCATIONAL
"Little Hump" was homeroom representative his sopho-
more and iunior years relishes oysters and goes wild over
Fats Domino detests stuck-up girls after graduation
plans to ioin the Marines.
SANDRA J. FRANKS COLLEGE PREP
Sandy was a senior member of FNA and Car Teens club
abhors inconsiderate people as a sophomore served
as a Girls' League representative is often heard saying
Fraley Francis Franks, R.
Fronauer Frye Fuglistaller
LINDA C. FREET GENERAL
Linda sang second soprano while in Mixed chorus
goes for basketball and spaghetti takes pleasure in read-
ing . . . states history, Perry Como and Rock Hudson as favor-
ites . ,. plans to be an airline hostess.
.IUDITH L. FREY COLLEGE PREP
Judy sang soprano in Mixed chorus her sophomore year
. .. participated in FTA, German Social club, College club and
Car Teens has a liking for swimming, football, sauerkraut
and Hugh O'Brien.
CHRISTINE J. FRONAUER . . . GENERAL
Christine participated in Car Teens club her sophomore
year served as an active member of FNA has a liking
for English, spaghetti and ice skating . . . partial to Pat Boone's
RICHARD C. FRYE . . . VOCATIONAL
Dick served as English class president his senior year
. . . participated in track and intramural sports . . . enioys foot-
ball, archery, fishing and eating spaghetti . .. highly regards
Pat Boone, Chuck Connors and Debbie Reynolds.
SUSANNE R. FUGLISTALLER . . . GENERAL
Susie sang soprano in Mixed chorus her iunior and sen-
ior year participated in Car Teens club . . . adores Jimmy
Darren indulges in sauerkkraut and potatoes is irri-
tated by conceited people.
DOLORE5 J. FULTZ GEORGE BARDEN
Dee sang alto in Dr. Bohn's chorus for three years
takes pleasure in dancing and swimming enioys songs by
Johnny Mathis goes for movies starring Jeff Chandler and
CAROL A. GABRIELSON . . . BUSINESS ED
Carol served as secretary of her English class and home
room representative . . . was a member of the Academy of Sci-
ence, FBLA and Car Teens clubs sang alto in the Mixed
DENNIS B. GALLAGHER . .. BUSINESS ED
Denny was third baseman for the baseball team
served as secretary of his home room .. . participated in Car
Teens club is fascinated by business law .. . enioys music
by the Kingston Trio.
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ROBERT A. GARDNER ... VOCATIONAL
Bob was chairman of home room safety committee
takes an interest in playing guitar . . . is heard saying "Move
out" is pleased with Donna Reed and Elvis Presley
future includes the Navy.
FLORENCE E. GARMAN BUSINESS ED
Florence was English class president her senior year
belonged to Fellowship club is heard saying "Tomorrow"
relishes pizza detests stuck-up girls enioys "77
Sunset Strip" on TV likes to read.
HARRY D. GARRITY COLLEGE PREP
Harry played trumpet in the band all three years . ..
participated in Key club his senior year lists English, steak
and Debbie Reynolds as favorites enjoys "Perry Mason"
. . . will attend college.
GARY B. GEARHART COLLEGE PREP
Gary takes an interest in building model cars . .. makes
much of Johnny Mathis and seafoods enioys watching
football and "Dennis the Menace" .. . has an aversion to con-
ceited people . .. prizes college algebra.
Modern men take an obiective view of stress and strain.
CYNTHIA L. GEESEY COLLEGE PREP
Cindy served on the class executive committee two years
sang soprano in Concert chorus and Senior Octet was
active member of Ushers' club, Science and Engineering and
PATRICIA J. GELBKE GENERAL
Pat enjoys horseback riding craves chicken and
pizza pie . . , often says "So" . . . has a liking for English . ..
collects stamps for a hobby .. . is partial to Rock Hudson and
PATRICIA L. GEHARD GEORGE BARDEN
Tish sang soprano in the Mixed chorus during her senior
year was a member of Car Teens club and Homemaking
club loathes conceited people wants to be an airline
LAWRENCE E. GHANER BUSINESS ED
Larry sang in Boys' Glee club and Mixed chorus en-
ioys watching "The Rebel" on TV may be found saying
"Ever" . . . likes baseball, steak and French fries . . . hopes to
be a professional singer.
ROBERTA G. GEHRDE5 COLLEGE PREP
Bobbi was a member of FTA for two years served
on the Horseshoe staff her senior year takes an interest in
swimming and art detests conceited people plans to
SANDRA A, GIARDINO BUSINESS ED
Sandy was secretary of her English class her senior year
. .. relishes pizza pie and mashed potatoes .. . thinks Fabian
and Sandra Dee are tops is irritated by stuck-up people.
MAX G. GEINER COLLEGE PREP
Max indulges in eating fried chicken and finds pleasure
in swimming ... enioys English . . . has a dislike for peroxided
blondes watches "Red Skelton" often says "Yeh"
plans to join the Navy.
CAROL A. GIBSON ... GEORGE BARDEN
Carol was a Girls' League representative her senior year
sang soprano in Concert chorus has a liking for chick-
en, Ricky Nelson and history can often be heard saying
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Gehrdes Geiner Gelbke Ghaner Giardino Gibson
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DAVID L. GILSON . .. GENERAL RONALD P. GLADFELTER . .. VOCATIONAL
David takes an interest in astronomy and psychology Ronald took sheet metal shops enjoys football, hunt-
delights in eating fried chicken enloys swimming, ing and fishing relishes hamburgers has a liking for
camping and watching westerns on TV highly regards Vir- "Maverick" on TV detests conceited people plans to
ginia Gibbs ... intends to loin the Navy. loin the Air Force.
LINDA J. GINTER COLLEGE PREP LOUIS J. GLASHAUSER . , . GENERAL
Linda sang alto in chorus her sophomore year WGS Lou played left guard in varsity football participated
secretary of her English class her senior year is partial to in intramural basketball belonged to College club and Var-
spaghetti and basketball . . . is pained by insincere people . . . sity "A" club . . . takes an interest in weight lifting and P.O.D.
future secretary. enloys Perry Como.
MARIA J. GIOIOSA . . . GENERAL A. KATHLEEN GLASS ... BUSINESS ED
Dolly served as a Girls' League representative her lun- Kathy was a sophomore home room representative and
ior year may be heard saying "Ding dong it" ind!-Il9eS president acted as English class secretary two years
in eating fried Chicken never r11iSSeS "Cl19YBr1f1e" on TV sang in Mixed chorus dislikes insincerity favors Johnny
future x-ray technician. Mathis, Liz Taylor and Tony Curtis.
CHARLES F. GLACKEN . . . VOCATIONAL JUDITH A, GOETZ , , , BUSINESS ED
Charles was on the wrestling team for three years Judy was Q member of the Ugherg' Club sqng alto
9095 for baseball lists "Pig in The POIKSH 05 fGV0l'l7E f00d in the Mixed chorus and Concert chorus served as president
. . . dislikes girls who like sports . . . plans to enter the service. of her hgme room l , , enioyg swimming and fried chicken,
PAULA L. GOLDBERG . . . COLLEGE PREP
Mrs. Crumm's second period English class starts up for the day. Polly belonged to FTA and College club ,,, was social
A , chairman of Car Teens club . . . served in color guard two years
. .. was home room vice president and secretary ... Girls'
MARY K. GOLDY GENERAL
Mary makes a hobby of taking pictures takes an
is interest in history, football and "77 Sunset Strip" has a
K liking for Rock Hudson, Debbie Reynolds and Pat Boone
dislikes conceited people.
RITA P. GONSMAN BUSINESS ED
Rita was treasurer of her home room her lunior year
claims P.O.D. as her favorite subiect . . . makes much of
French fries, football and Tab Hunter is appalled by cone
JOHN J. GORDON COLLEGE PREP
John played trombone in the band takes a great
interest in sports cars and electronics always watches the
"Continental Class Room Program" on TV makes much of
Gosnell Grabill Graffius
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JAMES G. GOSNELL COLLEGE PREP
Jim played trombone in the band all three years
disgusted by stuck-up girls highly regards "Gunsmoke,"
basketball, Pat Boone ond physics . . . indulges in steak and
French fries future plans undecided.
SHARON R. GRABILL . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Sharon was a member of the Nurses' Aides and Mixed
chorus never misses "American Bandstand" on TV
relishes pizza . .. adores Rock Hudson and Ricky Nelson
plans to be a nurse.
WANDA L. GRAFFIUS . . . COLLEGE PREP
Wanda was president of Homemaking club as a senior
participated in the activities of Nurses' Aides, German
Social club and FNA served as a Girls' League representa-
tive in iunior year.
DONALD W. GRAHAM . .. COLLEGE PREP
Donald participated in wrestling his iunior year
served as English class president and secretary his senior year
is partial to turkey and baseball states that algebra
is his favorite subiect.
H. JEFFREY GRAHAM COLLEGE PREP
Jeff was u guard in intramural basketball for two years
favors spaghetti, English and French is irritated by
stuck-up girls is a great sports-car fan college and
teaching is next.
LINDA L. GRAHAM COLLEGE PREP
Linda was a member of Car Teens club and Nurses'
Aides .. . relishes spaghetti and pizza often heard saying
"Sure thing" takes an interest in English and Spanish
plans to be a nurse.
CHARLES W. GRANNAS . .. VOCATIONAL
Charles has a liking for cars takes pleasure in
watching a good football game highly regards the "Red
Skelton Show" often heard saying "Get serious" is
pleased by Tommy Edwards' singing.
LINDA D. GRASSMYER . . . BUSINESS ED
Grassie was a Girls' League representative and English
class secretary her sophomore year made happy by Robert
Mitchum, football and "The 20th Century" .. . will attend Rob-
ert Morris School in Pittsburgh.
Graham, D. Graham, H. Graham, L
Gray, J. Green Grim
BONNIE S. GRAY BUSINESS ED
Bonnie chooses Bobby Darin as her favorite singer . ..
says typing is her favorite subject relishes spaghetti and
is pleased with John Wayne . . . plans to become a secretary
JACK R. GRAY COLLEGE PREP
Jack was home room representative his senior year
belonged to FTA . . . relishes steak . . . delights in baseball . . .
is heard saying "Get serious" detests people who giggle
. . . enioys English . . . is college bound.
EDWIN C. GREEN . . . COLLEGE PREP
Ed spends his spare time working on cars and fishing
cares for French fries, "Peter Gunn," Diana Lynn and Fats
Domino his favorite subiects are algebra and plane geom-
GERTRUDE A. GRIM GEORGE BARDEN
Trudy was a member of Car Teens club for two years
served as home room representative .. . goes for football
and dancing relishes hamburgers and pizza pie Armed
Services is next.
DENNIS E. HAAS VOCATIONAL
Denny was in electronic shops enjoys tinkering
around with radios has a liking for steak spends as
much time as he can swimming girls who are gold-diggers
give him a pain.
ANNA E. HAGIE BUSINESS ED
Ann takes an interest in bowling goes for French
fries lists math as her favorite subject is often heard
saying "Is that so" is irritated by people who are late.
PATRICIA M. HAINZEY . . . BUSINESS ED
Patty was a member of FBLA her senior year served
as a home room representative her sophomore year claims
bookkeeping as her favorite subject highly regards Pat
Boone, pizza and "Laramie."
DONALD W. HAMILTON VOCATIONAL
Don dislikes doing homework may often be heard
saying "lt's all over" takes an interest in hunting in-
dulges in eating French fries and hamburgers enjoys listen-
ing to songs by Johnny Cash.
KENNETH S. HAMMAN . . . VOCATIONAI.
John spends his spare time bowling and playing golf
JOHN R, GROVE , , . VQCATIQNAL Ken presided as his sophomore and junior English class
president played out-fielder in baseball states shops
takes an interest in ,,Ameriwn Bandsmndx, French fries as his fayorlte sulbject is partial to steak plans to take
and Jane Morgan claims trig as his favorite subject . . . up eleclrlcul Wo' '
Navy is next.
LINDA O. HAMMEL . . . BUSINESS ED
RQBERT P, GU1'5HALL COLLEGE PREP Lynn was secretary of her English class her senior year
Geech was U senme member and Vmshy UAH dub mem- takes pleasure in swimming and sewing enjoys French
ber for three years played right halfback on the football ifles H1003 be fgund matching 77 Sunset Strlp con-
team ... sang in the Boys' Glee club his junior and senior year. ceded peep e eqve er co '
sandy sung che in Cancer, chorus for ,wo Years Mike was a member of Car Teens club his sophomore
twirled for three years with the White Majorettes . . . partici- Yee' ' ' ' I"9l'fIY fegefes cl1em'5f"Y' meal leaf Gnd 5W'mm"n9 ' ' '
pated in FTA, College club and Ushers' club frequently says enleY5.WeIel""'9 Debb'e ReYneld5 and Pe""Y Come 'S fend
ffjfjj ,ell Youju of saying "Gosh darn."
CHARLES H. GUYER comics PREP M- KAY HAND BU5'NE55 FD
Charles takes pleasure in basketball, hunting ancl fish- KeY.5e'Ved es' E"'9I'5h class P'es'de"f he' 5e'f'e" Yee'
ing has a liking for Clint Walker, Elizabeth Taylor, Patty .1. has a liking for history and football lndulges In French
Page and "Peter Gunn" states his favorite subject is his- fflef hates Pe0P'e who we Idle Plans Ie become an
'Dry I U . enjoys pizza pie. alrllne hostess.
Grove Gutshall, R. Gutshall, S. Guyer Haas Hagie
Hainzey Hamilton Hamman Hammel Hammons Hand
. is 5 like
GARY L. HANNA VOCATIONAL
Gary was active in intramural sports takes an in-
terest in working on cars indulges in eating cheeseburgers
and French fries . . . enioys sheet metal shops . . . detests stuck-
up girls Air Force is next.
JUDITH A. HARBULA BUSINESS ED
Judy was English class secretary her senior year . . . be-
longed to FBLA sang alto in Dr. Bohn's chorus enioys
bowling, dancing and skating relishes steak has a lik-
ing for shorthand.
ROBERT G. HARPSTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
As a future state trooper, Bob takes pleasure in watch-
ing "Border Patrol" . . . highly regards turkey, Doris Day and
songs by Connie Francis . . . lists English as favorite subiect . . .
disgusted by conceited people.
SAMUEL W. HARPSTER . . . VOCATIONAL
Sam enjoys trigonometry, basketball and James Gar-
ner's acting . . . has an aversion to stuck-up girls . . . is fond of
model cars and steak indulges in watching "American
Bandstand" will ioin the service.
EVELYN L. HARRIS . .. BUSINESS ED
Eve is fascinated by Debbie Reynolds and Jimmy Dar-
ren enioys songs by Johnny Mathis is irritated by old
friends who don't speak is partial to fried chicken, swim-
ming and bookkeeping.
JOANN HARRIS . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Jo was a member of Nurses' Aides . .. sang soprano in
Mixed chorus . . . relishes spaghetti . . . is fascinated by bac'
teriology enioys "The Donna Reed Show" loves sports
. . . plans to be a nurse.
WALTER L. HARSHBERGER . . . VOCATIONAL
Walt was active in machine shops lists it as his
favorite subiect highly regards Clark Gable and Frankie
Avalon indulges in eating seafood enioys archery,
hunting and football.
THOMAS M. HART COLLEGE PREP
Tom belonged to the Boys' Glee club sang tenor in
Concert chorus . . . enioys hunting . . . takes an interest in foot-
ball . .. relishes grainger pie . . . is pained by snobbish people
. .. is a member of the "New Math Concepts" class.
There's nothing like a cool seven-up on a hot day.
BRENDA G. I-IARTZELL GENERAL
Brenda has a liking for algebra, pizza, skating and
dancing enioys Elvis Presley's records is found watch-
ing "American Bandstand" may be heard saying "l'll say"
has an aversion for conceited people.
MARY L. HARTZELL COLLEGE PREP
Mary was in Concert chorus for three years . . . played
the violin in Orchestra belonged to Fellowship club
relishes steak loathes two-faced people plans to ma-
ior in music in college.
LINDA L. HAUK COLLEGE PREP
Linda was a member of Nurses' Aides and FNA .. . en-
ioys reading and sewing is heard saying "Gee whiz"
relishes French fries . . . detests people who are late will
enter nurse's training.
MICHAEL B. HAUN . . . VOCATIONAL
Mike served as his English class president and home
room representative participated in intramural basketball
enioys bowling and basketball goes for steak and
French fries is often heard saying "Hi pal!"
Hanna Harbula Harpster, R. Harpster, S. Harris, E. Harris, J.
Harshberger Hart Hartzell, B. Hartzell, M. Hauk Haun
tw- f L f "-- 1 v-1,.f1xnusl" 1 'se muwawaz '
Hauser Hayes Haz ett Heimbach Hein Heiss
Helsel Henry Hess Hickey Hight Hildebrand
JOHN A. HAUSER COLLEGE PREP
John takes an interest in baseball indulges in eat-
ing steak has a liking for Clint Walker . . . enioys physics
and P.O.D. likes "Huckleberry Hound" on TV plans to
GLORIA J. HAYES GENERAL
Gloria sang with the Mixed chorus for three years
participated in Car Teens club as a senior served as presi-
dent of her English class ... was home room and Girls' League
JOSEPH M. HAZLETT . . . VOCATIONAL
Joe is fascinated by cars disgusted by girls who
smoke made happy by fried chicken, football and "Chey-
enne" likes Debbie Reynolds' movies often heard say-
ing "And da" Coast Guard is next.
JAMES A. HEIMBACH .., COLLEGE PREP
Jim played the French horn in the orchestra for three
years is partial to trig takes an interest in flying
may be heard saying "Tough" . . . plans to attend college.
Three seniors go for culture in a big way.
GORDON A. HEIN ... VOCATIONAL
Gordon is irritated by people who try to get attention
by goofing oft . . . is partial to hamburgers has a liking
for trigonometry takes a really big interest in football.
DANIEL E. HEISS VOCATIONAL
Daniel worked in the printing shop takes an in-
terest in bowling, fishing and math enioys hoagies
highly regards Clark Gable, Debbie Reynolds and Paul Anka
plans to ioin the Navy.
DELORES J. HELSEL . . . BUSINESS ED
Dee was English class secretary her iunior year
sang in the Mixed chorus as a sophomore likes football,
reading and English detests snobbish people is heard
saying "You don't say."
PATRICIA E. HENRY . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Sis dislikes conceited people favors dancing, skat-
ing and basketball ... never misses "The Danny Thomas Show"
always buys Fabian's records relishes spaghetti is
partial to Rock Hudson and Doris Day.
RICHARD D. HESS ... COLLEGE PREP
Dick played the clarinet and the sax in the band
pitched for the baseball team three years was a senior
member of the Key club . .. active in Varsity "A" club.
THOMAS 0. HICKEY . ,. COLLEGE PREP
Neill is irritated by stuck-up girls . . . likes listening to
records and playing chess often watches "Maverick" . ..
is partial to physics ... enioys hshing and hunting relishes
steak and French fries.
LAWRENCE E. HIGHT VOCATIONAL
Larry took part in intramural sports and was a member
of the wrestling team . . . takes an interest in automobiles . . .
is partial to pork chops enioys watching "Maverick" on
LYNN P. HILDEBRAND ... GENERAL
Lynn was vice president of his senior English class and
home room relishes southern fried chicken . . . thinks Deb-
bie Reynolds and Pat Boone are tops is active in hunting
... collects guns.
Hileman Hill, J. Hill, S. Hilton Himler Hipp
Hippo Hitchen Hite, K. Hite, L. Hock Hoffman
ROBERTA M. HILEMAN . . . GEORGE BARDEN KATHY D. HITE . . . GENERAL
Bobbie served as English class secretary and Girls' Kathy was a home room representative and a Girls'
League representative .. . sang in Girls' chorus as a senior . . . League representative her senior year . . . sang alto in Dr.
enjoys bowling, reading and pizza . .. lists English as favorite Bohn's chorus two years participated in Car Teens club and
subject future nurse. Homemaking club.
JOYCE A. HILL . . . COLLEGE PREP LINDA E. HlTE . . . GENERAL
Joyce was a member of Nurses' Aides has a liking Linda was in the Car Teens club and the Homemaking
for steak and pizza enjoys football and hockey . . . collects club sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus pet expression
postcards detests people who are late plans to attend is "Move out" plans to become an airline hostess.
FRANCES A. HOCK . . . BUSINESS ED
SHARON M' Hlu' BUSINESS ED Frances served as English class secretary both her soph-
Sharon was president of her home room her senior year omore and junior years . . . shrinks from boys who are late . . .
served as Girls' League representative likes Pat Boone enjoys spaghetti, "77 Sunset Strip" and dancing often
and Cary Grant enjoys skating and oil painting de- heard saying "Great."
lights in eating hoagies.
JOHN E. HOFFMAN . . . VOCATIONAL
BERNICE M' FULTON COLLEGE PREP Jack is partial to hunting, skating and cars takes an
Bernice was active in Car Teens club has a liking interest in Buddy Holly and June Allyson is pained by slow
for Perry Como and Clint Walker . . . takes a fancy to swim- drivers and long TV commercials plans to join the Navy,
ming and steak goes for dancing detests stuck-up
MARSHA S. HIMLER . .. COLLEGE PREP
Marsha participated in College club, Quill and Scroll,
Science and Engineering and German Social clubs served
on Horseshoe staff, Mountain Echo and Compass was as-
sistant production manager of English department play.
RONALD R. HIPP . . . GENERAL
Ron has an aversion to conceited girls takes an in-
terest in hunting and eating turkey . . . never misses "Rifleman"
on TV enjoys all songs by Johnny Mathis plans to join
PATRICIA G. HIPPO . . . COLLEGE PREP
Pat collects post cards likes reading and swimming
enjoys eating shrimp is heard saying "Good gravy"
belonged to FNA and Nurses' Aides participated in in-
tramural sports was junior English class secretary.
H. ANN HITCHEN .. . COLLEGE PREP
Ann played the oboe in orchestra for three years . ..
was a member of College club her senior year is partial to
Pat Boone . . . cares for English , . . is irritated by slow walkers.
DONNA J. HOLLOWS GENERAL
Donna prizes Tab Hunter, Fabian and Sandra Dee
makes much of "American Bandstand" can be heard say-
ing "Ever" delights in dancing and drawing indulges
in eating French fries and hamburgers.
ALBERT J. HOLTZINGER COLLEGE PREP
Al played bass trombone in the little German Band and
also in the marching band cannot tolerate people who are
always moaning often quotes "Don't give up the ship."
BARBARA J. HOOVER GENERAL
Moldy makes much of "Bonanza," French fries and
health class truly enioys all songs by Johnny Mathis
watches TV in her spare time is often heard saying "Oh,
my ole mole."
DARRYL W. HOOVER . . . VOCATIONAL
Darryl takes an interest in baseball, automobiles and
science is pleased with the acting of Rock Hudson is
irritated by people who talk too much plans to join the
oionm c. HoeANs BUSINESS so RAY D- HOOVER BUSINESS ED
Cookie sang second soprano in chorus her iunior year RQY was U member of the FB'-A for two YeU"5 --- Pl0'Yed
I -I was G member of Homemcking club was president of forward in JV basketball served as president of home room
her senior business English class . . . can be heard saying "Oh for 'Wo Years -- - eniovs sleuk and basebolll
fever" detests conceited people.
WALTER J. HOOVER . . . VOCATIONAL
VANCE P. HOLLEN COLLEGE PREP Wally takes pleasure in baseball, hunting and fishing
Yance played in the band his senior year and the or. goes for Debbie Reynolds detests stuck-up girls
chestra his junior year is partial to geometry takes DWY be found W0'Cl"lt19 "MC'VeflCkH on TV ind'-'l99S in 90"
pleasure in model railroads and basketball . .. plans to attend U19 lWmbU"9e"S l'ke5 mall'-
WAYNE E. HOOVER COLLEGE PREP
CONSTANCE L HOU-ENBACH COLLEGE PREP Wayne was active in Car Teens club is partial to
Connie was her senior home room representative Elizabeth Taylor, Clint Walker, Fats Domino and "Maverick"
played bassoon in band and orchestra was a member of conceited people give him a pain can often be heard
FTA can be heard saying "I believe" plans to attend Saying "I-liter-"
ALLEN L. HOPKINS .. . COLLEGE PREP
BARBARA A- Hou-ovvs - - - GENERAL Allen participated in intramural basketball .. . takes an
Barb was in the Car Teens club her iunior and senior interest in reading .. . relishes steak is partial to swim-
year .. . sang in the Mixed chorus . . . has been heard saying ming and Spanish . . . highly regards Clark Gable . . . enioys
"Well, l don't know" relishes French fries and steak. "Peter Gunn" plans to go to college.
Hogans Hollen Hollenbach Hollows, B. Hollows, D. Holtzinger
Hoover, B. Hoover, D. Hoover, R. Hoover, Walter Hoover, Wayne Hopkins
JACK E. HOSTLER GENERAL
Spike abhors girls who are stuck-up takes an in-
terest in hunting, baseball and math . .. never misses the late
shows on TV enioys Paul Anka's singing plans to join
RAYMOND E. HOSTLER GENERAL
Ray served as home room vice president his senior year
. . . was active in Car Teens club .. . highly regards Pat Boone
is disgusted by girls who can't make up their mind.
M. MARTIN HOUSER COLLEGE PREP
Martin played bass horn in the band has an interest
in music and art lists English as his favorite subiect
plans to go to college and become a lawyer.
BRINTON W. HOWARD GENERAL
Buck played the trumpet as a member of the band for
three years enioys basketball, hunting and fishing in-
dulges in eating hamburgers had a liking for math class
Navy is next.
DONNA M. HRICKO ... GEORGE BARDEN
Donna was a member of the FNA her senior year
states English, art and spaghetti as favorites ... was presented
third honorable mention in the Historama is heard saying
BARBARA L. HUBER COLLEGE PREP
Barbara acted as a color guard for two years was
an active member of Nurses' Aides and College club ... served
as English class president . . . sang in Girls' chorus.
GARY L. HUFF VOCATIONAL
Gary states welding is his favorite subject , . . shrinks
from girls who are iealous takes an interest in basketball
has a liking for the expression "Get going" takes a
fancy to steak.
PHYLLIS J. HUFFORD GEORGE BARDEN
Phil sang second soprano in Girls' chorus and alto in
Concert chorus was a member of Car Teens club and FNA
received a poetry award from the Quill and Scroll club.
Hostler, J. Hostler, R. Houser
"And little red riding hood said to the wolf-"
ORVILLE W. HUGHES VOCATIONAL
Butch was on the wrestling squad as a senior . .. shud-
ders at silly girls takes an interest in hunting enioys
the acting of Sandra Dee and Elvis Presley .. . likes English.
VIRGINIA A. HUGHES ... COLLEGE PREP
Gini played the flute in orchestra was an active
member of FTA and Ushers' club served as vice president
of College club and secretary of German Social club.
CHARLES M. HUMM COLLEGE PREP
Speedy was a member of the senior class decorating
committee and the after-school math class participated in
intramural basketball is partial to liz Taylor, Johnny
Mathis and John Wayne.
ROBERT W. HUNT . .. COLLEGE PREP
Bob blew the clarinet in the band for three years
takes pleasure in hunting, gun collecting, fishing and swimming
interested in taxidermy cares for steak enioys
watching "Maverick" on TV.
Howard Hricko Huber
Huff Hufford Hughes, O. Hughes, V. Humm Hunt
Hurm lckes lgo
Jackson James, J. James, R.
JOHN R. HURM BUSINESS ED
John takes an interest in math may often be found
watching "Rebel" on TV indulges in eating French fries
highly regards James Garner enioys playing baseball
in his spare time.
LINDA K. ICKES COLLEGE PREP
Linda was a maiorette all three years served on
class executive committee her junior and senior year sang
alto for the Girls' Sextet her senior year plans to become
an airline hostess.
RUTH E. IGO GENERAL
Ruth served as secretary of the Car Teens club for two
years likes skating, spaghetti and "The Rifleman" as favor-
ites is often heard saying "Seriously" cares for Elvis
BEVERLY M. INLOW BUSINESS ED
Bev served as president of home room for two years
and secretary of English class for one .. . was home room rep-
resentative as a sophomore was a typist on the Horseshoe
staff iunior year.
Five knights and their ladies around the round table.
lnlow lrwin, B. Irwin, P.
John Johnson, B. Johnson, J
BARBARA J. IRWIN BUSINESS ED
Barb sang soprano in Concert chorus ... was a member
of Car Teens club and FBLA . . . enioys steak and pizza pie ...
often says "Oh my gosh" . .. can't stand childish boys.
PATRICIA A. IRWIN GEORGE BARDEN
Pat was a member of the white maiorettes . .. served
as home room representative and secretary of Car Teens club
... belonged to Ushers' club as a iunior ... a future telephone
EMILY J. JACKSON COLLEGE PREP
Emily is partial to Chinese food, French fries, English and
Johnny Mathis served as vice-president of French club her
senior year was a member of FTA and the Horseshoe staff.
JOYCE C. JAMES BUSINESS ED
Joyce abhors stuck-up people . . . always watches
"Father Knows Best" on TV is partial to Fabian, Doris Day
and Rock Hudson may be heard saying "Always" .. . takes
an interest In psychology.
ROBERT F. JAMES VOCATIONAL
Bob enioys chicken and has a liking for football
takes an interest in welding can be found litsening to
Fabian's records works on motorcycles plans to ioin
PAULETTE M. JOHN COLLEGE PREP
Polly was a member of both FTA and College club her
senior year has a liking for crab cakes, basketball and
songs by Johnny Mathis is irritated by undependable
BARBARA A. JOHNSON ... COLLEGE PREP
Barbara sang soprano in Concert chorus .. . was active
in Ushers' club, Academy of Science, Nurses' Aides, FTA, Sci-
ence and Engineering and College club .. . enioys tennis, base-
ball and basketball loathes conceited people.
JOANN JOHNSON COLLEGE PREP
Joann sang alto in Concert chorus took part in FTA,
Academy of Science, Nurses' Aides, College club, Science and
Engineering and Ushers' club states tennis and "Sugar-
foot" as favorites.
Johnson Jones Julius
Karlson Kauffman, C. Kauffman E
Kautiman, T. Koylor Kazmaier Keagle Kelchner Kelley
TOM G. JOHNSON COLLEGE PREP
Tom was a member of Car Teens club his senior year
played intramural basketball his iunior year .. . is pained
by spoiled girls highly regards Andy Williams, physics and
F. DARLENE JONES BUSINESS ED
Darlene was secretary of her English class her senior year
highly regards business English makes much of "77
Sunset Strip" is often heard saying "Forget it" will be
PATRICIA L. JULIUS BUSINESS ED
P. J. was secretary of her English class is partial to
pizza and bookkeeping is left cold by conceited boys
highly regards Rock Hudson and songs by Frankie Avalon
heard saying "Get serious."
HAROLD V. KARLSON BUSINESS ED
Harold served as home room representative his sopho-
more year ... intends to ioin the Air Force has a liking for
French fries and cheeseburgers idolizes Debbie Reynolds
is irritated by conceited people.
CHARLES K. KAUFFMAN . .. COLLEGE PREP
Kenny enioys working on cars is partial to movies
starring John Wayne and Debbie Reynolds goes for songs
by Johnny Cash indulges in eating steak takes pleas-
ure in mechanical drawing.
EARL L. KAUFFMAN COLLEGE PREP
Earl served as treasurer of his home room as a senior
. . . was home room representative his junior year .. . goes for
swimming, reading and eating French fries shrinks from
THOMAS W. KAUFFMAN .. . GENERAL
Tom plans to ioin the Air Force after he graduates
enioys watching a good football game has a liking for
steak and French fries takes an interest in electronics.
GAIL E. KAYLOR COLLEGE PREP
Gail served on the executive committee for her sopho-
more and senior year was a member of FTA, College club
and Ushers' club has a liking for history and art col-
JOHN P. KAZMAIER COLLEGE PREP
John was a member of cross country, Key club and presi-
dent of his home room his senior year . . . is irritated by people
who can't make up their minds.
WILLIAM C. KEAGLE BUSINESS ED
Bill was a member of Car Teens club for two years
reported for the Mountain Echo is often heard saying "Gee
whiz" ., . will attend a school of commerce.
GEORGE C. KELCHNER . . . COLLEGE PREP
During his senior year George served as vice president
ofthe Boys' Federation, member of the Senate and president of
Key club active in band for three years college bound.
TERRY M. KELLEY . . . COLLEGE PREP
Terry was home room secretary his iunior year and
home room treasurer his senior year . . . watches "Cheyenne"
and Natalie Wood's movies enjoys listening to Pat Boone
sing . . . says "Why not?"
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Dave was a member of Car Teens club as a iunior
participated in .IV and varsity football enioys gym class
and eating fried chicken plans to ioin the Navy.
ROBERT E. KENNEDY BUSINESS ED
Bob blew the trumpet in the band for three years ..
goes for basketball has an aversion to conceited girls
is partial to pizza ... has plans of entering college.
DONNA M. KERLIN COLLEGE PREP
Don is fascinated by a good football game enioys
watching "Wagon Train" on TV often heard saying
"Crazy" takes an interest in horseback riding is fas-
cinated by Johnny Cash's music.
THOMAS C. KERNS . . . VOCATIONAI.
Newt became president of Boys' Federation played
end in football and forward in basketball active member
of Varsity "A" club and Senate was president of home
room and English class college bound.
Clyde has a liking for movies especially when Jayne
CLYDE wi KELLY - ' . VOCATIONAL MYRON F. KERSTETTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
My played the trumpet in band for three years was
Mansfield is featured is disgusted by wise guys lists an amy? membef of Key club wid V"'5"Y A. .club "I served
. . . . as Boys Federation representative participated in track
math and shops as favorite sublects relishes meat pre and cross country
a future machinist. '
LINDA L KELLY . I , GENERAL WINIFRED E. KEYES . . . BUSINESS ED
Linda belonged to Car Teens club sang soprano in h Wlnnlzwashc nJaI?reIIe for 'wo yea? sirvecz as 0
Girls' chorus sophomore year... abhors stuck-up people , omihxoomuo lcelhdeil, Iumgf zesrl' " csn E :nd e eng fsuy'
may be heard saying "I guess" relishes pizza goes E131 ercy I ones 'C eson' oc U son an oo"
for Robert Mitchum. '
ARDELLA M. KEMMLER cou.EGE PREP RONMD W- K'BlFR VOCATIONM
Ardella was in the Fellowship club her iunior and senior H ,Ronnie indulge? in Chicken - - - enl0Y5 W0ICI"ln9 Ilte
year is partial to chemistry takes an interest in base- Relfel has U l'.I"'f9.l:0' 'loolbfll l'fIe"'5 I9 The Songs
bull and ,ending may be seen watching "per,-Y Comoff of Ricky Nelson is irritated by lealous girls may often
college bound. be heard sc1YIn9 NHEYIH
BRENDA A. KENNEDY . . . BUSINESS ED TRUDY Y. KIBLER . . . BUSINESS ED
Brenda served as vice president of her home room as a Trudy served as home room representative her iunior
senior . . . acted as a Girls' League representative iunior year year . . . takes pleasure in horseback riding, dancing and pizza
is often heard saying "I guess" detests self-righteous adores Elvis Presley and James Darren can often be
people. heard saying "Hey man."
Kelly, C. Kelly, L. Kemmler Kennedy, B. Kennedy, D. Kennedy, R
Kerlin Kerns Kerstetter Keyes Kibler, R. Kibler, T.
Donna takes pleasure in dancing indulges in eat-
ing French tries enioys songs by Tommy Edwards goes
for basketball . . . lists English as her favorite subject .. . says
Rock Hudson is the most.
PATRICIA L. KINSER GENERAL
Patricia sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus her junior and senior
years was secretary of her English class her senior year
. . . has a liking for hamburgers, French fries and dancing , , .
JOSEPH E. KLING VOCATIONAL
Joe served as English class president his senior year
... was active in welding shops ... highly regards math, foot-
ball and steak . . . bad sports give him a pain . . . plans to
ioin the Navy.
GERALD S. KLOTKOWSKI COLLEGE PREP
Jerry played intramurals as a iunior is fascinated
by cars made happy by Pat Boone, basketball and "Peter
Gunn" lists chemistry as 'favorite subiect relishes tur-
key plans to attend college.
MARY E. KNEPP BUSINESS ED
Mary was a member of FBLA for two years . . . is fas-
cinated by Frank Sinatra, pizza and skating enioys watch-
ing "The Nelsons" in her spare time is appalled by con-
Knip participated in wrestling and intramural basketball
.. . takes great pleasure in eating sea foods enioys watch-
ing Bob Wagner states baseball as his favorite sport
plans to go
into the Army.
Bill works in the machine shops served as home
room representative sophomore year ... is partial to Rock Hud-
son, Jane Russell and "Maverick" indulges in eating French
fries and hoagies enioys hunting.
PEGGY L. KOCH BUSINESS ED
Peggy enioys listening to all Elvis Presley records
. , . plans t
s "American Bandstand" on TV abhors con-
is partial to Robert Mitchum and Natalie Wood
o ioin the Air Force.
yes gs-cfsss ,Q ,
s ..,.f . ,
. - - i -is
"Will you give thanks, sweet Kate, or else shall l?"
DONNA J. KOECK BUSINESS ED
Donna was a member of FTA as a senior sang in
Dr. Bohn's chorus served as vice president of her English
class enioys dancing, swimming and watching "Maverick"
often says "Gee,"
DORIS J. KOONS ... BUSINESS ED
Doris served as secretary of her English class and of
the math office was a member of the Spanish and College
clubs is college bound enioys dancing and playing
MARY K. KRAFT . . . COLLEGE PREP
Katie served as English class secretary for three years
. . . participated in FTA, Nurses' Aides, College club and Ush-
ers' club . . . was Girls' League representative .. . idolizes the
Four Freshmen will be an airline hostess.
ERNEST J. KRENN ... VOCATIONAL
Snook takes an interest in sheet metal work has a
fancy for hunting, fishing and steak made happy by a
good late show disgusted by mixed-up and independent
Klotkowski Knepp Knipple
Koons Kraft Krenn
Kruise Krywokulski, K. Krywokulski, N.
Kyle, B. Kyle, F. Kylor
PAULETTE A. KRUISE BUSINESS ED
Polly served as secretary of English class her senior year
highly regards Doris Day and Rock Hudson often heard
saying "I guess" disgusted by persistent people a fu-
ture medical secretary.
KAY A. KRYWOKULSKI BUSINESS ED
Kay was a member of FTA, FBLA, College club en-
joys all songs by Tommy Edwards idolizes Jelf Chandler,
Italian food, and "The Millionaire" plans to enter business
NANCY J. KRYWOKULSKI BUSINESS ED
Nancy plans to be a secretary upon graduation
among her favorites are basketball, pizza, "The Rebel," skat-
ing . . . goes for "Ricky Nelson" . . . can be heard saying "Why
sure" . . . detests conceited people.
ARLENE D. KUHN BUSINESS ED
Arlene was secretary of her senior English class and a
member of FBLA enjoys listening to music lists busi-
ness law as favorite subject . .. is partial to Elizabeth Taylor
. . . future secretary.
No, no, chicks! That's for the ducks.
Kuhn Kuiawa Kuntz
Laganella Laich Lane
LEON W. KUIAWA .. . VOCATIONAL
Leon served as English class president as oi senior
enjoys eating fried chicken takes a fancy to electronics
abhors conceited people is partial to Jerry Lewis, Rick
Nelson and football.
CHARLES L. KUNTZ COLLEGE PREP
Charlie is fascinated by antique cars and hunting
lists steak and French fries as his favorites may be heard
saying "Will wonders never cease?" takes an interest in
BRUCE D. KYLE VOCATIONAL
Buck served as home room representative favors
swimming and hunting enjoys eating French fries and
watching "Wagon Train" . . . is often heard saying "Hit the
road" plans to enter the Army.
FAYE B. KYLE .,. BUSINESS ED
Faye has a liking for swimming and fried chicken
enjoys watching "Maverick" on TV often heard saying
"Goof" . .. takes an interest in dancing . . . disgusted by stub-
born boys and conceited people.
KAY A. KYLOR COLLEGE PREP
Kay sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus for two years
. . . participated in FTA and College club served as Girls'
League representative as a senior was a member of Miss
FRANCIS P. LAGANELLA VOCATIONAL
Sonny played intramural sports was home room
president his junior year . . . enjoys "Lawmon" on TV . . . likes
football and cars is hcard saying ' Don't knock it until you
ALFRED E. LAICH COLLEGE PREP
Gene was a member of the Science and Engineering club
. . . is left cold by jealous people can often be heard say-
ing "Like wow" takes an interest in basketball and math.
BONNIE I.. LANE .. . BUSINESS ED
Bonnie was English class secretary and member of Car
Teens club her senior year is irritated by conceited people
. . . idolizes Pat Boone and Debbie Reynolds . . . hopes to be-
come a bookkeeper.
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Lane, K. Lane, L. Lane, W. Lantz Lardieri Lauber
Lauer leasure Leathers LeCompte LeCrone Lee
KENNETH J. LANE COLLEGE PREP GARY T. LEATHERS COLLEGE PREP
Kenneth takes an interest in hunting and fishing Gary played intramurals three years was member
relishes French fries . . . may be found watching "Maverick" of College club his senior year . .. goes for French fried onion
on TV has a liking for football is partial to American rings is partial to Robert Mitchum, basketball and chem-
history .. . college bound. istry . . . a future biochemist.
LINDA B. LANE GENERAL MYRA J. LE COMPTE COLLEGE PREP
Linda sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's and Miss McGregor's Myra belonged to FNA and Nurses' Aides sang alto
choruses was a member of Homemaking club reported in Concert chorus for two years takes an interest in foot-
for the Mountain Echo takes an interest in basketball, Eng- ball, sewing, reading and microbiology enioys listening to
lish and art. Pat Boone sing.
WILLIAM E. LANE . . . VOCATIONAL RICHARD C. LE CRONE . .. COLLEGE PREP
Bill was a home room representative his sophomore year Lucky was president of Academy of Science . . . be-
delights in hunting and in watching "The Rebel" . .. thinks longed to Key club his senior year played intramurals
Connie Francis is tops plans to ioin the Marines after is heard saying "It's a runner" relishes pizza pie is irri-
graduation. tated by boastful people.
JOHN M. LANTZ COLLEGE PREP CAROL L. LEE BUSINESS ED
Jack was a home room representative and English class Carol can often be heard saying "l'll never tell"
president detests stuck-up people heard saying "Hit was a member of FBLA for two years greatly enjoys all
the road, toad" relishes turkey plans include male songs by Fabian has an aversion to two-faced people.
ROSALIND LARDIERI COLLEGE PREP
Rosalind participated in College club and FTA her sen-
ior year also represented her home room her last year
is irritated by inconsiderate people tempted by pizza and
ALFRED C. LAUBER COLLEGE PREP
Fred participated in Car Teens club his senior year
was elected English class secretary . . . played intramural sports
highly regards steaks, Sandra Dee and English enioys
working on cars.
MURRAY S. LAUER COLLEGE PREP
Murray sang in Boys' Glee club for three years
played varsity football competed in the track and wres-
tling matches participated in Car Teens club can't tol-
erate showofts frequently says "That's the breaks."
DAVID E. LEASURE .. . COLLEGE PREP
Dave has a weakness for steak and French fries
enioys doing math and English was manager for track and
cross-country participated in Car Teens club and intra-
murals .. . will attend college.
FRANK E. LEWIS VOCATIONAL
Frank took electric shop takes an interest in swim-
ming, fishing and hunting enioys Susan Hayward, Tony
Curtis, "Maverick" and history people with no sense of
humor leave him cold college bound.
E. JOYCE LICHTENFELS BUSINESS ED
Joyce worked in the main office her iunior year
served as secretary of English class sang soprano in Mixed
chorus and Concert chorus . .. takes pleasure in bowling, swim-
ming and eating spaghetti.
THOMAS R. LILLY GENERAL
Tom was an alto of the Boys' Glee club his iunior year
. .. takes an interest in basketball ... fancies ravioli enjoys
hunting . . . is fascinated with hot rods . .. plats to enter the
DORIS L. LINDEMER GENERAL
Doris was a member of Dr. Bohn's chorus is pained
by stuck-up people idolizes Pat Boone and Clark Gable
makes much of basketball takes delight in saying "Oh
SANDRA K. LEE BUSINESS ED
Sandy played the violin in orchestra for three years
participated in FBLA was English class secretary is
fascinated by shorthand loves roast beef, swimming and
music often says "Holy cow."
JOSEPH H. LINGENFELTER COLLEGE PREP
Joe was English class president his senior year
relishes steak takes an interest in physics highly re-
gards James Stewart . . . has a liking for football is par-
tial to "20th Century Hour."
JOHN W. LEHMAN COLLEGE PREP
John has a liking for basketball and collecting coins
rates physics tops enioys French fries is irritated by
slow people has been seen watching "Have Gun, Will
PATRICIA L. LINGENFELTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Tish was a member of the white maiorette corps . . .
member of FTA and College club English class president
her sophomore and iunior years was her English class sec-
retary plans to be a model.
LOUIS J. LESTOCHI COLLEGE PREP
Lou belonged to the after school advanced math class JOHN W' UOY GENERAL
took part in science and Engineering club highly re- John sang In 'lhf BOYS' Glee club his. fenlor Yew and
gards John Wayne, Lmena young and Bobby Darin in, in Mixed chorus his lunlor year has a liking for football
dulges in ending fried chicken. and salesmanship . . . plans to enter the Air Force.
MARY A. LETSCHER . . . COLLEGE PREP CHARLES E. LITTLE . . . COLLEGE PREP
Mary was a reporter on the Mountain Echo her iunior Charles plays tackle on the football team and wrestled
and senior years member of FTA, College club and treas- three years member of Varsity "A" club . .. served .as
urer of German Social club English class president sopho- home room representative and secretary of Boys' Federation
more year future teacher. was English class president college bound.
Lee Lehman Lestochi Letscher Lewis Lichtenfels
illy Lindemer Lingenfelter, J. Lingenfelter, P. Lioy Little
SANDRA K. LOBB COLLEGE PREP
Sandy sang soprano in the Concert chorus three years
served as a Girls' League representative . . . as a sopho-
more was a home room representative and a member of the
Mountain Echo staff.
ZANE D. LOCKARD GENERAL
Zane makes much of basketball . .. highly regards Law-
rence walk, June Lockhart and Ward Bond claims music is
his favorite subject would like to attend college and study
music after graduation.
LOUIS C. LOHSL COLLEGE PREP
Butch enioys football, music, French fries and physics
likes to watch "Red Skelton" highly regards James
Garner and Ernie Ford can not endure pure losers
often says "That's the way it goes."
CARLA M. LONG BUSINESS ED
Carla served as home room representative, English class
secretary and president of home room ... was member of Car
Teens and Fellowship club lists English as favorite subject
. . . enioys ice skating.
ERNEST V. LONG VOCATIONAL
Ernie was a iunior member of the Academy of Science
served as his sophomore home room representative
presided as president of his home room shrinks from stub-
MARGARET E. LONG GENERAL
Peggy makes a habit of "Maverick" on TV enjoys
watching football relishes pizza pie idolizes Fabian
and Rock Hudson is partial to English . . . has been heard
saying "I guess."
DENNIS R. LOVE GENERAL
Dennis takes an interest in swimming enioys eat-
ing, especially French fries has a liking for all "Warner
Brothers Productions" is partial to John Wayne, Debbie
Reynolds and Fats Domino.
JOHN A. LOVE . .. VOCATIONAL
John played intramurals during his iunior year is
made happy by deer steaks and hunting . . . has a liking for
basketball plans to work in the line of drafting.
Drawing up a blue print for the future.
TERRIE A. LOVE BUSINESS ED
Terrie was a member of the Fellowship club her senior
year can often be heard saying "Let your conscience be
your guide" is partial to "The Real McCoys," steak and
NANCY L. LOWERY GEORGE BARDEN
Nancy was in Nurses' Aides . . . sang soprano in Mixed
chorus . . . takes pleasure in collecting pictures and records . . .
is partial to basketball, spaghetti and bacteriology . . . is par-
tial to Ricky Nelson.
JAMES M. LOY COLLEGE PREP
Jim played forward in varsity basketball played the
trombone in the band all three years was active in the
Key club and served as a home room representative and vice
president of band council.
.IUDITH A. LUCI BUSINESS ED
Judy was active in FTA, College club and Ushers' club
... served as English class secretary and vice president of home
room worked on the Horseshoe staff sang alto in Miss
Lobb lockard Lol-tsl Long, C. Long, E. Long, M.
Love, D. Love, J. Love, T.
Lowery Loy Luci
Luciano, S. Luciano, T. Luther Lynch, D. Lynch, J. Lynn
Lytle, B. Lytle, M. McCall McCartney McClain McCloskey
SHAREN A. LUCIANO BUSINESS ED JOSEPH L. LYNCH COLLEGE PREP
Sharen is partial to football, pizza and English ... Joe was in Mixed chorus his sophomore year . . . partici-
goes for Perry Como takes an interest in music and reading pated in Car Teens club his iunior year spends his spare
is irritated by conceited people plans to be a secrc- time working on cars and viewing "Maverick" on TV an-
tary. noyed by women drivers.
THEODORE E. LUCIANO BUSINESS ED LOUIS J. LYNN ... BUSINESS ED
Ted takes an interest in football, bowling and skating Louis played trumpet in the band , , , makes much of
enioys bookkeeping and Latin . . . relishes all Italian food Saying "Why not" , , , ig fond of steak, football, Brigitte
... is partial to Sandra Dee Gnd Connie FYUHCIS . . . will attend Bqrdgt and wqtching "Maverick" on TV plans to go into
Penn State. the Air Force.
HELEN M- LUTHER . - . BUSINESS ED BERNARD F. LYTLE VOCATIONAL
Helen served CIS Itel' senior bUSIt'IeSS English CIUSS SECYE- Bgrngrd was home rggm vice pregident during his iunior
tary typed IOI' The HOFSESIWOO WGS C1 member of CG' year relishes pizza and pepsi takes pleasure in fishing
ieem Ci'-ib -- 4 feii5i'ie5 Pino' is Oiiefi i'ieUi'd 5CiYiii9 HHOW and working on cars . . . plans to continue his education in the
about that." Service,
DAVID I. LYNCH BUSINESS ED MARCIA A, LYTLE GENERAL
David takes an interest in history indulges in eat- Mo was preside,-ii gf her home room hey Senior year , ,,
ing iifiefi Chicken e"il0Y5 HMC'Ve"iCiiH i105 0 iiiii"i9 io' is partial to French fries, baseball and history is left cold
Elizabeth Taylor is irritated by women drivers enioys by Sgubbom boys makes much of the expression "Like
Clark Gable and Johnny Cash. wow!"
This team will tackle cmyihing! STANLEY J. McCALL ... VOCATIONAL
Stanley plans to ioin the Air Force is fascinated by
a good football or basketball game . . . can be made happy
' by eating a big dish of French fries enioys watching
BEATRICE E. McCARTNEY BUSINESS ED
Beatrice takes an interest in swimming, "American
Bandstand" and dancing is pained by high school students
who act immaturely adores Cary Grant and Pat Boone
. . . likes Doris Day and French fries.
JUDITH M. McCLAlN ... BUSINESS ED
Judy won first place in the local United Nations contest
l was reporter in FBLA takes an interest in reading and
writing placed second in the state FBLA public speaking
C. RICHARD McCLOSKEY COLLEGE PREP
Dick was a member of Key club and Science and Engi-
neering takes an interest in hunting and baseball
relishes pizza has a liking for Clint Walker, Pat Boone and
McCool McCoy McCracken McCully McCurdy McGee A
McGee, C. McGill McKee, I.. McKee, W. McMonigal McMullen
LESTER L. McCOOL COLLEGE PREP
Bud played guard on the varsity football team . . . was
a member of Varsity "A" club takes pleasure in watching
"Maverick" on TV is partial to football and steak
enjoys all sports.
JOHN R. McCOY COLLEGE PREP
Jack has a liking for football relishes steak
may be found watching "77 Sunset Strip" is partial to
physics is irritated by women drivers plans a career
in the Air Force.
JOHN D. McCRACKEN VOCATIONAL
Boota played intramurals all three years was a
member of cross-country os a junior frequently heard say-
ing "Howdy" made happy by basketball, TV's "Maverick"
ond drafting detests girls who smoke.
MARILYN A. McCULLY ... BUSINESS ED
Marilyn served as her senior English class secretary
is fascinated by bookkeeping highly regards Roger Smith,
Debbie Reynolds and Pat Boone indulges in eating chicken
loathes stuck-up people.
RONALD L. MQCURDY VOCATIONAL
Ronnie, a future Navy man, worked in the sheet metal
shop takes an interest in football, math and "77 Sunset
Strip" has a liking for Debbie Reynolds and Theresa Brew-
ARLENE E. McGEE GENERAL
Liz was a member of both the Mountain Echo and Horse-
shoe staff her senior year ... is annoyed by people who aren't
on time highly regards Rock Hudson enjoys spaghetti
CHARLENE A. McGEE BUSINESS ED
Charlene was an active member of FTA, Ushers' club
and College club served as her junior English class secre-
tary was elected president of her senior home room
plans to attend business school.
MARGARET A. McGILL BUSINESS ED
Peggy plans to be a secretary after graduation has
a liking for swimming and skating . . . enjoys "Maverick,"
Johnny Mathis, Lana Turner and Aldo Ray in the entertainment
field likes English.
LARRY G. McKEE COLLEGE PREP
Larry cannot endure liars . .. makes much of hambur-
gers, English and basketball spends spare time building
model tanks is heard saying "That's the way the cookie
crumbles" .. . plans to become a geologist.
WILLIAM C. McKEE COLLEGE PREP
Bill has a liking for hunting and baseball relishes
pizza and chicken enjoys watching "The Rifleman" on TV
rates trigonometry as tops is disgusted by noisy girls.
GENE A. McMONIGAL ... BUSINESS ED
Gene was a member of Car Teens club ... enjoys bowl-
ing relishes pizza takes an interest in hunting and fish-
ing detests conceited people has a liking for English
plans to attend college.
GERALD E. McMULLEN . . . VOCATIONAL
Jerry plans on entering the Navy . . . has a liking for
swimming, hunting and fishing enjoys eating hoagies
is fascinated by TV's "Maverick" likes listening to Paul
Anka and Elvis Presley's music.
DOUGLAS T. MacARTHUR . .. COLLEGE PREP
Douglas was a member of the German Social club . ..
has a liking for football and pumpkin pie enioys watching
"Gunsmoke" often heard saying "My liver" detests
girls who smoke.
STEPHEN J. MACIONSKY . .. COLLEGE PREP
Steve sang in Boys' Glee club his sophomore year . ..
was active in Varsity "A" club his junior and senior years
participated in varsity and JV basketball and high jump in
EUGENE J. MACK . . . COLLEGE PREP
Eugene was secretary of his home room . . . enioys hunt-
ing, fishing, stamp collecting and amateur radio states
Latin as his favorite subiect shudders at people who brag
is heard saying "Oh brother."
N. SUZANNE MACKEY COLLEGE PREP
Suzie sang alto in Dr. Bohn's chorus was a member
of Ushers' club . . . served as secretary of her English class . ..
takes pleasure in reading and listening to music by Johnny
PATRICIA A. McMULLEN BUSINESS ED WILLIAM G. MADARA . . . GENERAL
Patricia was elected senior English class secretary . .. Bill was a member of Car Teens club .. . takes an active
abhors girls who smoke fancies fried chicken, dancing, interest in astronomy highly regards Mickey Rooney
Paul Anka and Doris Day . . . lists business law as favorite sub- indulges in eating peas . . . enioys baseball . .. cannot endure
iect plans to do bookkeeping work. impolite people.
J. LEROY McMULLlN . . . COLLEGE PREP JAMES K. MADDEN . . . VOCATIONAL
El takes an interest in English relishes ravioli . . . Jim is fascinated by model cars and automobile shops
enioys "Cheyenne" on TV takes pleasure in football makes much of football, turkey and "Peter Gunn"
is heard saying "Yeah man" detests conceited people names Bobby Freeman as his favorite singer lists science
plans to go in the service. as favorite subiect.
ALEXANDER McNAMARA . . . COLLEGE PREP JAMES G. MAGILL . . . VOCATIONAL
Alex went to Germany as an exchange student the sum- Jim may be found laughing at Danny Thomas or watch-
mer of 1959 . .. played clarinet in the band and orchestra ing Ernie Ford on TV takes an interest in football . . . is
was active in Key club English class president his senior partial to radio shops may be heard saying "Horse-
DONALD F. McNAMARA . .. VOCATIONAL JOANNE T. MAGREE . .. COLLEGE PREP
Don was active in printing shop and sports . . . enioys Joanne sang in Mixed chorus lists football and steak
hunting, playing the guitar and collecting guns is fascin- as favorites . . . takes pleasure in watching "The Garry Moore
ated by science cares for French fries, "Gunsmoke" and Show" is heard saying "Gully" detests people who
Kim Novak. don't speak in the halls.
McMullen McMullin McNamara, A. McNamara, D. MacArthur Macionsky
Mack Mackey Madara Madden Magill Magree
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BONNIE L. MANTZ .
Bonnie was an
idolizes Rock Hudson
enioys watching the
cinated by shorthand
DAVID G. MARGUSH
.. BUSINESS ED
active member of FBLA for two years ...
, Elizabeth Taylor and Johnny Mathis
"Donna Reed Show" on TV is fas-
.. . COLLEGE PREP
David participated in German Social club his senior year
, . . takes an interest in electronics . . . has a liking for steak
... lists physics as favorite subiect . . . plans to study engineer-
ing in college.
OLGA J. MARINELLI
. .. COLLEGE PREP
Olga participated in FTA, Nurses' Aides and College
club was a member of the Horseshoe and Mountain Echo
stafis sang alto in the Mixed chorus served as English
GOLDIE M. MARKEI.
... BUSINESS ED
Goldie spends much time collecting photographs ... is JUS, Gnome, ,cp here and H Wm really be gxedi
partial to Nick Adams, Doris Day and Connie Francis en
ioys watching "The Rebel" can be heard saying "Great"
. , . will be a future WAC.
ROSE M. MARKETTI ... BUSINESS ED
Rose served as secretary of her English class takes never misses "77 Sunset Strip" likes Rock Hudson, Doris
an interest in bowling, dancing and Johnny Mathis . . . was in Day and Conway Twitty.
Car Teens club . . . may often be heard saying "No kidding."
Donna was an active member of the Homemaking club
takes an interest in swimming, dancing and English
Jeanne sang soprano in Mixed chorus and Concert cho
JOHN C. MARKS ... VOCATIONAL
John was English class president his sophomore year rus worked in girls' attendance office senior year favors
and home room vice president his senior year takes an music, reading, football, steak and French fries may be
active part in hunting, fishing and basketball ... thinks Connie heard saying "Nuts."
Francis and Judy Holiday are tops.
G' SHANFEN MARUN GEORGE BARDFN Pete lists Spanish as favorite subject is avid base
Shan was a senior member of FNA and Nurses' Aides ball fan has liking for ham . . . enioys "American Band
has a great dislike for people who try to be what they stand" highly regards Elvis Presley plans to go into
are not takes pleasure in skating, dancing and sewing. service after graduation.
CHARLES R. MARTIN GENERAL ROBERT K. MATLACK COLLEGE PREP
Charles sang bass in Mixed chorus two years .. . served Bob sang in Senior Octet and Concert chorus . . . served
as home room secretary . . . takes pleasure in watching Eliza- as treasurer of iunior class . . . was English class president
beth Taylor and Pat Boone movies enjoys English, basket- participated in German Social club and College club plans
ball, steak and French fries. to attend college.
Mantz Margush Marinelli Markel Marketti Marks
Marlin Martin, C. Martin, D. Mather Mathieu Matlock
Miller, G. Miller, J.
ROBERT C. MELHORN VOCATIONAL
Bobbie shrinks from girls who peroxide their
takes an interest in cars, hunting, fishing and history
for Debbie Reynolds and Connie Francis plans a
the Air Force.
RUTH A. MICHAEL COLLEGE PREP
Ruthie was a cheerleader her senior year ..
pated in FTA, College club, Ushers' club . . . served
room representative and English class secretary
Concert chorus . .. plans to attend college.
BARBARA J. MILLER . . . BUSINESS ED
Bigi was a home room representative and served as sec
retary of her English class highly regards swimming
"American Bandstand" and Rock Hudson has an aversion
for boys who show oft.
DONALD S. MILLER COLLEGE PREP
Don was active in machine shop participated in
wrestling for two years made happy by hunting and fish
ing enjoys "Have Gun Will Travel" highly regards
Clint Walker and Jerry Lee Lewis.
E. LEONE MILLER COLLEGE PREP
Leone sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus two years and Concert
chorus senior year participated in FTA and College club
is partial to Latin, seafood, football and dancing co
GREGORY W. MILLER .. . COLLEGE PREP
Gregg often says "I'm feeling mighty low" takes
an interest in trains and bowling makes much of Diana
Lynn, "Maverick" and mechanical drawing served as a
home room representative.
JANET M. MILLER COLLEGE PREP
Janet sang soprano for Dr. Bohn's chorus her sophomore
year . . . participated in Nurses' Aides and FNA her senior
year enioys watching basketball games and "77 Sunset
Strip" . . . plans to be a nurse,
SALLY L. MILLER . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Sally sang in the Mixed chorus for two years ar
ticipated in Nurses' Aides and Car Teens club served as
secretary of her English class . . . hopes to be a nurse.
Miller Mittermeier Mock, J. Mock, R. Moflia Mollica
Montgomery Moore Moran Morgan Morris, Jack Morris, Jay
VIRGINIA L. MILLER . . . BUSINESS ED MARYLOU MORAN . . . COLLEGE PREP
Ginny was a member of the student senate as a senior Marylou sang in Mixed chorus and Girls' chorus
took an active part in Car Teens club was co-editor of takes an active part in swimming enioys collecting books
Horseshoe . . . served as English class secretary. . .. indulges in eating steak and French fries hopes to be
JOHN G. MITTERMEIER VOCATIONAI.
John participated in intramural basketball his senior JUDY A' MORGAN ' ' ' COLLEGE PREP
year is partial to turkey . .. highly regards Doris Day . .. Judy was a member of Ushers' club sang alto in
places math as favorite takes a keen interest in machines. Mixed chorus her senior year is heard saying "Is that so"
detests people who are late plans to attend college.
JOAN L. MOCK . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Joan participated in intramural sports sang soprano JACK E' MORRIS VOCATIONAI'
in Dr. Bohn's chorus senior year .. . served as sophomore Eng- Ed played tackle as a iunior in varsity football has
lish class secretary is partial to bowling, skating and Eng- an aversion for conceiied girls is partial to turkey, draft-
lish future nurse. ing and baseball is often heard saying "You don't say."
RICHARD C. MOCK COLLEGE PREP JAY L. MORRIS COLLEGE PREP
Dick enjoys swimming, art and Latin thinks Pat Jay took an active part in intramurals his senior year
Boone and Carole Lynley are great . .. makes Alfred Hitchcock .. . has a liking for all Italian food and history .. . thinks Deb-
tops relishes steak and French fries disgusted by sloppy bie Reynolds and Rock Hudson are tops a future minister.
MARIAN A. MOFFA . .. BUSINESS ED
Marian was English class president and president of her
home room . .. member of Car Teens club .. . enioys dancing,
skating and football is often heard saying "Honestly"
adores Frankie Avalon.
MARJORIE A. MOLLICA . .. BUSINESS ED
Margie was English class secretary her sophomore year
takes an interest in skating and dancing favors Rock
Hudson and Pat Boone enioys baseball indulges in
pizza .. . takes pleasure in bookkeeping.
MICHAEL I. MONTGOMERY .. . VOCATIONAL
Michael is planning on entering the Marines upon
graduation . . , makes much of meatballs states machine
shop as his favorite subiect takes an interest in baseball
enioys working with machines.
CONNIE A. MOORE BUSINESS ED
Connie was a Girls' league representative sang in
Dr. Bohn's chorus . ,. participated in FTA and Car Teens club
served as vice president of her home room iunior year
abhors conceited people.
JOHN R. MUELLER COLLEGE PREP
John was sports editor for Horseshoe two years
takes pleasure in working on cars lists football, English
and hamburgers as favorites .. . is partial to Brenda Lee, Doris
Day and Rock Hudson.
HARRY A. MUMMERT . . . GENERAL
Pete takes an interest in math and softball enioys
eating filled peppers detests people who start rumors
really goes for Rod Cameron, Lucille Ball and Johnny Cash ...
plans To attend trade school.
DENNIS .I. MURPHY COLLEGE PREP
Denny was a member of Car Teens club his senior
year played guard for intramurals three years has a
liking for pizza enioys trigonometry, sports programs and
baseball is future sportscaster.
LINDA L. MURPHY BUSINESS ED
Murph was treasurer of FBLA her senior year, English
class president and home room officer loves to read and
listen to records enioys Robert Taylor and Rosalind Rus-
sell loves bookkeeping.
MARY S. MURPHY ... BUSINESS ED
Sue enioys English class favors pizza takes
pleasure in playing tennis . .. likes to dance is partial to
movies starring Edd Byrnes and Debbie Reynolds .. . often says
"How did that strike you?"
DONALD P. MURRAY . .. BUSINESS ED
Donald was tenor in Concert chorus his sophomore year
likes hunting enioys chemistry and electronics . . .
goes for hamburgers takes pleasure in watching "Sea
Hunt" on TV is irritated by nagging women.
CAMILLE E. MUSTO ... BUSINESS ED
Camy was an active member of FBLA her iunior and
senior years thinks Frankie Avalon and Carol Lynley are
tops relishes pizza and spaghetti enioys watching
"Father Knows Best."
LINDA R. MYERS . . . GEORGE BARDEN
linda served as secretary of her English class was
a member of the Mixed chorus, white maiorette corps and
Nurses' Aides takes an interest in swimming favors
steak and French fries.
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BARBARA A. NAGLE BUSINESS ED
Barbara takes an interest in bowling enjoys watch-
ing "Bandstand" on TV often heard saying "You're kid-
ding" ... highly regards Rock Hudson and Debbie Reynolds ...
detests boys who don't act their age.
WILLIAM H. NALE ... COLLEGE PREP
William played center for varsity and JV basketball
was a member of College club and Concert chorus his senior
year highly regards Rock Hudson, mechanical drawing
and spaghetti .. . a future architect.
ERNEST J. NASSIF COLLEGE PREP
Ernie played saxophone in band and was a Key club
member for three years . . . participated in intramural basket-
ball . .. served as president of his English class in senior year
highly regards Frankie Avalon.
JAMES E. NEARHOOF ... COLLEGE PREP
Chief was guard in varsity and JV basketball be-
longed to Car Teens club his junior year indulges in ice
cream enjoys math is heard saying "Wow" plans
to attend college.
ETHEL M. NEFF BUSINESS ED
Ethel served as secretary of her English class was
active in the Car Teens club and Homemaking club loves
to watch good football games goes for French fries and
THOMAS A. NEVEL ... BUSINESS ED
Tom served as secretary of his English class for three
years delights in watching "Maverick" and eating steak
takes an interest in football goes for Molly Bee
will join Air Force.
JANET M. NEWKIRK GENERAL
Janet participated in Car Teens club, Homemaking club
and Mixed chorus enjoys swimming, eating chicken and
watching "American Bandstand" is often heard saying
"That's the breaks."
RALPH E. NICEWONGER BUSINESS ED
Ralph enjoys fried chicken and cheeseburgers . .. is par-
tial to Clark Gable, Elizabeth Taylor and history .. . is greatly
irritated by women drivers plans to join the Navy after
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JUNE M. NIGRO GEORGE BARDEN
June belongs to FNA and Nurses' Aides served as
junior English class president .. . is partial to reading, football,
"The Donna Reed Show" and English has an aversion to
HELEN E. NOHAILE GENERAL
Helen sang in Mixed chorus her senior year was a
member of Ushers' club for two years has a liking for
dancing, French fries and history . . . is irritated by late people.
DAN G. NORRIS VOCATIONAL
Dan takes an interest in football enjoys cooking ...
cares for chicken lists trigonometry as his favorite subject
... is partial to songs by Connie Francis shrinks from loud
CONSTANCE G. NOTOPOULOS COLLEGE PREP
Connie was head cheerleader senior year
pafed in Ushers' club, College club, Nurses' Aides and
served in Girls' League executive committee
soprano in Concert chorus is college bound.
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RICHARD P. NUSE GENERAL
Rick takes pleasure in watching "American BandstancI"
is fascinated by P.O.D. likes chicken and mashed po-
tatoes shudders at two-faced girls has a liking for
Sandra Dee . . . enioys playing football.
PAULETTE D. O'BRIAN GENERAL
Polly enioys skating and dancing delights in eating
and French fries goes for Tab Hunter in a big way
sang soprano in Mixed chorus is often heard saying
NANCY E. O'CONNOR BUSINESS ED
Nancy was treasurer of her sophomore class be-
longed to FTA was a Girls' League representative
worked on Mountain Echo staff relishes pizza .. . enioys
skating likes "Bandstand" plans to be a bookkeeper.
THELMA J. O'CONNOR ... COLLEGE PREP
Thelma sang alto in Girls' chorus senior year ., . was
in FTA and Nurses' Aides may often be heard
saying "Forget it" never misses "The Donna Reed Show"
Heat at a certain degree results in fusion.
Parisi Park Parsons
DOUGLAS H. ORR COLLEGE PREP
Doug was president of his German class his senior year
enioys math has a liking for baked ham takes an
interest in lacrosse and photography plans to attend
ROBERT C. ORR GENERAL
Bob played guard his sophomore, iunior and senior
years in intramurals plans to be a barber among his
favorites are baseball, chicken and "20th Century" likes
guns and hunting . . . hates women gossipers.
CYLINDA K. OSTRANDER BUSINESS ED
Cindy idolizes Jimmy Clanton and Victor Mature ... has
a liking for basketball and spaghetti is fascinated by
"Perry Mason" . . . often heard saying "Tell us about it" . . .
is irritated by show-offs.
C. KAY OSWALT COLLEGE PREP
Kay played violin in orchestra three years and was con-
cert master her senior year participated in Academy of
Science, FTA, College club, Car Teens club and Ushers' club ...
can not endure insincere people.
THOMAS J. PAISLEY GENERAL
Thomas was secretary of his English class enioys
football and building model cars partial to algebra
is irritated by people who are always late plans to ioin
WILLIAM P. PARISI ... BUSINESS ED
Bill looks up to Fabian and "Kookie" Byrnes goes
for Brigitte Bardot takes an interest in football cares
for spaghetti lists business math as favorite subiect
hopes to attend college.
ROBERT D. PARK . . . COLLEGE PREP
Bob was a member of Car Teens club two years as
a iunior served as home room representative and English class
president . . . takes pleasure in playing baskefball ... indulges
in eating turkey.
CHARLOTTE M. PARSONS BUSINESS ED
Charlotte relishes steak and French fries enioys
watching "77 Sunset Strip" is often heard saying "Don't
sweat it" . . . rates bookkeeping tops . . . disgusted by stuck-up
Patterson, E. Patterson, K. Patterson, R. Pattillo Paul Pechter
Pegnetter Pellegrino, F. Pellegrino, J. Pelter Pencinger Persun
JOHN R. PELLEGRINO . . . GENERAL
ELDIN C. PATTERSON . . . VOCATIONAL . . .
' . l H Booble served as home room representative as a senior
'fa' was 'n fadm shqps 'lever .muses H.Ucklebf""Y enioys football and has a liking for spaghetti goes for
Hound on TV 'nd'-'l9e5 'n eufmg h0U9'e5 e"ll0Y5 9o""9 "Maverick" likes Johnny Mathis' records plans to ioin
bowling in his spore time has a liking for Ricky Nelson . .. service after grodumion.
KENNETH L. PATTERSON . . . GENERAL MARY E. PELTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Shach relishes tuna fish salad enioys watching Mary served as iunior home room vice president
"Maverick" on TV and listening to songs by Fabian is irri- acted as a Girls' League representative enioys football and
tated by stuck-up girls . . . plans on ioining a branch of the wrestling . . . favors spaghetti, algebra and Pat Boone . . . may
service after graduation. be heard saying "Good enough."
RUSSELL G. PATTERSON . . . COLLEGE PREP DAVID A. PENCINGER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Russ takes an interest in football and swimming is David takes pleasure in hunting and gun collecting
partial to pizza, English and Johnny Mathis . . . is irritated by relishes beef stew is heard saying "Yum" . . . enioys "Chey-
conceited people often utters "I'll say" takes a fancy enne" on TV has a liking for Rock Hudson, Bing Crosby
to "Dennis the Menace." and Loretta Young.
MONFORD H. PATTILLO . . . VOCATIONAL JUDITH M, PERSUN , I , GENERAL
Monie WU5 Home mom "9P"95e"iQflVe Pl'-'-'Yed 05 Judy takes a fancy to history idolizes Randolph
guard in intramural basketball takes an interest in guns Scott is irritated by stuck-up people loves to play bad.
. . . has a liking for ham . . . makes much of football hopes minton . .. goes for hoagies and potato chips . . . plans to be
to i0iI1 N18 Mclfinli- an airline hostess.
JAMES R. PAUL . .. VOCATIONAL
Jim participated in intramurals for three years is
partial to steak, baseball and Jane Russell enioys watch-
ing "Rifleman" and working on cars in his spare time .. . dis-
likes conceited people.
DONNA L. PECHTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Donna served on the senior class executive committee
was active in Ushers' club for three years participated
in the English plays served as home room representative
her senior year.
MARGARET G. PEGNETTER COLLEGE PREP
Peggy was active in FTA and Science and Engineering
society her iunior and senior years took part in College
club, Ushers' club and German Social club plans to attend
FLORENCE T. PELLEGRINO . . . BUSINESS ED
Kiki takes pleasure in collecting stuffed animals and lis-
tening to good music is often heard saying "You're kid-
ding" states bookkeeping, pizza and French fries as favor-
ites . . . enioys attending football games.
JANET L. PETERMAN GENERAL
BONITA J. POLLARD . . . COLLEGE PREP
Bonnie was an active member of Car Teens club has
senior year .. . is partial to psychology and spaghetti en-
ioys ice skating and collecting stamps can often be heard
murmuring "Gee whiz."
HAZEL E. POORMAN . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Hazie sang second soprano in Mixed chorus her sopho-
more year was a member of Car Teens club and Home-
making club really goes for spaghetti can often be
heard saying "Really."
EARNEST W. PORTA COLLEGE PREP
Earnie takes an interest in baseball, golfing and bowling
.. . enioys the "Rebel" on TV .. . relishes Canadian bacon . ..
has a liking for Jimmy Stewart and Gina Lollabrigida ... plans
to attend college.
KATHLEEN A. PORTA ... BUSINESS ED
Kathie was a member of FTA, Car Teens club and Home-
making club served as secretary of driver training class
takes an interest in football and "American Bandstand"
dislikes insincere people.
NANCY L. PORTA ... BUSINESS ED
Nancy served as English class president her senior year
adores Robert Mitchum and Fabian enioys watching
Janet served as her senior English class secretary is "The Rebel" on TV spends much time playing badminton
appalled by stuck-up people . . . takes a fancy to hamburgers and eating pizza .. . often says "Oh boy."
and French fries .. . wants to be an airline hostess after gradu-
""o"' REGINA M. PORTA BUSINESS so
Jean served as English class secretary . .. has a liking
'JAMES R' PETERS VOCAHONAJ' for pork and potatoes enioys dancing and playing the
Jim takes an interest in bowling indulges in eating accordion is partial to songs by Jimmy Rogers shrinks
steak and French fries lists math as his favorite subiect . .. from conceited people.
goes for songs by Rick Nelson intends to go to college.
SANDRA L. POET . . . GEORGE BARDEN
LAURA A. PORTER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Laurie belonged to Nurses' Aides and FNA ... was Eng-
Sandy served as vice president of home room senior lish class secretary her iunior year enioys skating is
year is often heard saying "Oh well" has an aversion irritated by conceited people delights in pizza plans to
to stuck-up people enioys swimming, dancing and English 90 to college,
. . . adores Tab Hunter.
RONALD .l. POINTS VOCATIONAL
Ronald was English class president his iunior year ..
served as manager of the baseball team for three years ..
was a member of Car Teens club .. . plans to go to college.
Peterman Peters Poet
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NICHOLAS POSIOWAYCH VOCATIONAL
Nick favors "Gunsmoke," Janet Leigh and hunting
is pained by show olts . .. names trigonometry as his favorite
subiect can often be heard saying "I don't know"
Navy is next on list.
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LOIS A. POWLEY GENERAL
Lois cannot endure stuck-up people very highly re-
gards Rock Hudson, Sandra Dee and Johnny Mathis ... may be
found watching "American Bandstand" is partial to swim-
ming, hamburgers and French fries.
GEOFFREY W. PRAVE COLLEGE PREP
Jeff sang tenor and bass in Mixed chorus and Concert
chorus ... rates football, pizza, Perry Como and P.O.D. as tops
... likes to sing ... often heard saying "Go way" ... watches
TV's "Peter Gunn."
IRENE T. PTAK BUSINESS ED
Renne marched with the color guards all three years
was a home room representative was active in Car
Teens club likes football, chicken and English says
ROSELLA M. PUTT GENERAL
Rosie sang soprano in Mixed chorus participated in .
Homemaking club her senior year served as home room Hands in craft class produce handicrafts.
representative cares for skating, football and French fries
. . . loathes stuck-up people.
DANIEL L. RAMSEY COLLEGE PREP
Dan was a runner in track and cross country for three
-l0l1'1"Y Served U5 English Class Pfesldenl his Senior Yea' years belonged to Varsity "A" club takes pleasure in
. . . likes to listen to Elvis Presley's records . . . takes an interest foogbolll hack and hunfing . ' - relist-,es pina pie and sgeak,
in history detests stuck-up girls plans to ioin the Navy.
JOHN D. QUIRIN GENERAL
MARLENE A. RAUCH GENERAL
JACQUEUNE K' RABOLD ' ' ' EuslNEss ED Marlene says English is her favorite subiect highly
Jackie sang alto in Senior Octet and Concert chorus her regards Rock Hudson and Debbie Reynolds likes 'songs by
senior year served as home room representative two years Fabian takes an interest in swimming and dancing
. . . is irritated by people who are never on time . . . adores plans to go to beauty school,
RICHARD I.. RAUGH , . . VOCATIONAL
MAXINE A' RAMEY BUSINESS ED Dick served as vice president of his junior home room
Maxine sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus her senior year represented his sophomore home room takes an in-
idolizes Rock Hudson and Debbie Reynolds loathes girls terest in furniture making states shops as his favorite sub-
who smoke goes for chicken and football plans cler- iect plans to attend trade school.
ical work after graduation.
CAROL D. REED ... BUSINESS ED
SANDRA 'l' RAMEY BUSINESS ED Carol belonged to FBLA for two years names book
Sandy was an active member of FBLA acted as sec- keeping as her favorite subiect takes an interest in chicken,
retary of her English class belonged to Fellowship club her football and "The Donna Reed Show" plans to be a future
senior year can often be heard saying "How bout that." bookkeeper.
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Ramey, M. Ramey, S. Ramsey Rauch Raugh Reed
Reed, F. Reed, J. Reed, M.
Replogle Rhine Rhoades
FRANCIS G. REED GENERAL
Beetle was an active member of the Key and Car Teens
clubs plans to ioin the Navy . .. takes pleasure in swim-
ming has a liking for fried chicken enioys watching
JOHN R. REED GENERAL
Jack is planning to ioin the Air Force has a liking
for baseball and chicken . . . enioys watching "Cheyenne" . . .
is often heard saying "Just kiddin" . . . detests people who are
late for datcs.
MARGIE K. REED ... COLLEGE PREP
Margie was secretary of FTA her senior year . . . song
alto in Concert chorus participated in Ushers' club and
College club served as English class president iunior year
... will teach after college.
S. CAROL REFFNER GEORGE BARDEN
Carol participated in Nurses' Aides, FNA and Home-
making club enioys swimming, bowling and drawing . . .
likes to watch "American Bandstand" . . , highly regards San-
dra Dee and Troy Donahue.
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LINDA G. REIFSTECK COLLEGE PREP
Linny served as stage manager for the English play sen-
ior year favors French fries and steak is often heard
saying "Don't get shook" eniays dancing and horseback
riding dislikes conceited people.
RICHARD J. RIEFSTECK GENERAL
Rick was a member of Car Teens club his iunior and
senior years belonged to Conservation club his iunior year
. . . is heard saying "Hey Man" . . , Air Force is next.
RICHARD A. REPLOGLE COLLEGE PREP
Dick played the clarinet in the band was a member
of the Key club served as president of his senior English
class . . . enjoys pizza . . . detests conceit .. . plans to attend
KENNETH A. RHINE ... VOCATIONAL
Ken is fascinated by model cars has a liking for
football and history enioys eating ham is irritated by
women drivers highly regards John Wayne and Doris Day
. . . Air Force next.
CHARLES F. RHOADES VOCATIONAL
Charles was in cabinet shops takes an interest in
baseball and hunting is partial to Jayne Mansfield, John
Wayne and tried potatoes likes songs of Ernie Ford
DIXIE L. RHODES COLLEGE PREP
Dixie belonged to FTA was vice president of Car
Teens club . . . was a member of College club and Ushers' club
belonged to German Social club played intramurals
. . . plans to teach school.
LINDA L. RHODES ... GEORGE BARDEN
Linda was a member of Nurses' Aides won second
prize in the Historama her junior year is partial to history
and pizza enioys horseback riding, square dancing and
PAULETTE M. RHODES ... BUSINESS ED
Paulette served as treasurer of her home room sang
with the Concert chorus as a senior takes pleasure in col-
lecting stuffed animals highly regards Clark Gable and
LAWRENCE J. RICKABAUGH VOCATIONAL
Larry took radio shops enioys football and working
on cars has a liking for Johnny Mathis, Debbie Reynolds
and John Wayne hates to ever miss "Have Gun Will
GERALD L. RILEY GENERAL
Jerry played left halfback in varsity football and guard
in varsity basketball was a member of Varsity "A" club
sang tenor in Boys' Glee club served as English class
CAROLE J. RILING COLLEGE PREP
Carole was a color guard her sophomore year en-
ioys baseball and swimming is partial to Red Skelton, Paul
Newman, Doris Day and Frank Sinatra dislikes people who
are never on time.
A. PATRICIA RISPOLI ... COLLEGE PREP
Patty was an active member in Nurses' Aides and FNA
her senior year is fond of dancing, French fries and sew-
ing ... is disturbed by people who brag . . . a future nurse.
PETER F. RITCHEY . . . GENERAL
Pete was active in Car Teens club and Conservation club
served as home room representative takes an interest
in basketball, hunting and fishing highly regards Audrey
JOHN B. RIZZO BUSINESS ED
Rizz was a reporter for both the Horseshoe and Moun-
tain Echo participated in the talent show two years
was a member of Key club has a liking for turkey . .. en-
ioys playing the accordion.
ERLA M. ROBINSON BUSINESS ED
Erla served as president of her home room goes for
French fries and steak lists English as her favorite subiect
... enioys dancing ... is partial to songs by Paul Anka.
JUDITH A. ROBINSON COLLEGE PREP
Judy sang soprano in Mixed chorus and Concert chorus
belonged to Nurses' Aides enioys skating and playing
the piano dislikes people who are late never misses
"Bachelor Father" on TV.
Riley Riling Rispoli Ritchey Rizzo
Robinson, J. Robison Roche Roebuck Roefaro
JACQUELINE G. ROBISON BUSINESS ED
Jackie was secretary of her sophomore and iunior class
and of Girls' League her senior year . . . participated in Ushers'
club all three years served as cheerleader her senior year.
HARRY P. ROCHE VOCATIONAL
Harry was in radio shops .. . states turkey as his favor-
ite food enioys watching "American Bandstand" loves
to listen to Elvis Presley has a liking for mathematics
can't stand stuck-up girls.
CONSTANCE J. ROEBUCK . . . BUSINESS ED
Connie likes to dance and skate is heard saying
"Like get serious" claims to enioy pizza pie and pepsi
goes wild over Rock Hudson and Paul Anka favors "Ameri-
GAYLORD N. ROEFARO VOCATIONAL
Gay is made happy by "Red Skelton," hamburgers and
physics names Sandra Dee as his favoriate actress en-
ioys songs by Annette Funicello can often be heard say-
ing "Like wow" . . . goes for bowling.
JOHN L. ROGALLA VOCATIONAL
John took electrical shops enioys football rel-
ishes spaghetti is heard saying "Who knows" takes
pleasure in train collecting ... is partial to Liz Taylor . .. plans
to ioin the Air Force.
DANIEL J. ROGERS ... GENERAL
Danny sang baritone for Boys' Glee club his senior year
played baseball for two years and intramurals for three
years likes baseball and potatoes enioys watching Liz
Taylor and Perry Como.
FRANK M. ROHRHIRSCH VOCATIONAL
Frank intends to ioin the Air Force in the future
likes baseball and fishing takes pleasure in eating steak
... is partial to Robert Young, Debbie Reynolds and Paul Anka.
JOHN L. ROLAND VOCATIONAL
John enioys hunting and fishing in his spare time
highly regards "Maverick," Debbie Reynolds and hamburgers
enioys football lists science as his favorite subiect . ..
plans to join the service.
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JAMES E. RONCORONI GENERAL
Jim played tenor sax in the band three years takes
an interest in basketball, music and stamps . .. relishes pizza
may be found watching "American Bandsfandf'
WILLIAM L. ROUZER COLLEGE PREP
Bill enioys hunting, fishing and football . . . likes Span-
ish rice watches
"High Road" states history as his
favorite subject . . . has an aversion to people who won't work
plans to attend college.
SHARON L. RUBIN . . . COLLEGE PREP
Sharon sang in Girls' chorus for three years partici-
pated in FTA and College club idolizes Frankie Avalon and
Sandra Dee stuck-up people leave her cold . .. loves P.O.D.
and "Bachelor Father."
SUSAN S. RUDISILL COLLEGE PREP
Susan was a member of Nurses' Aides and Homemaking
club as a senior served as English class secre'ary for two
years ... likes dancing, chemistry and songs by Johnny Mathis.
TODD L. RUSS . . . VOCATIONAL
Todd works on cars in the automobile shops played
right end for the JV football team . . . served as president of
his iunior English class can't stand Monday morning quar-
A. SUSAN RUSSO BUSINESS ED
Susie served as home room representative was a
member of the Girls' Sextet and Concert chorus . . . takes an
interest in baseball and dancing often heard saying "Gee
whiz" detests conceited people.
ROY E. RYEN VOCATIONAL
Roy goes for fried chicken, football and Elvis Presley
takes pleasure in hunting and tishing abhors girls who
smoke enioys watching "Maverick" on TV plans to
enter the Army after graduation.
KAY L. SACKETT GEORGE BARDEN
Kay was a Girls' League representative sang in Dr.
Bohn's chorus her senior year was a member of Nurses'
Aides and FNA
has a liking for pizza, swimming and
JAMES R. SALMOND COLLEGE PREP
Jim was in the language department play his sophomore
year ... represented the school in several TV shows ... played
in intramurals . . . a member of Key club and Car Teens club
. .. English class president.
ROBERT E. SAMUELS GENERAL
Bob sang in Miss McGregor's Mixed chorus for two years
may be found watching "The Rebel" on TV goes for
Connie Francis .. . is found saying "l don't know" enjoys
English and football.
JACK E. SANDRU5 GENERAL
Jack tustled on the wrestling mat in his junior and sen-
ior years . . . was a member of the Boys' Glee club in his senior
year enjoys P.O.D. and football abhors conceited girls.
FRED A. SANKEY . .. VOCATIONAL
Fred was in electric shops played intramural basket-
ball was a varsity football manager for two years en-
joys football, bowling and math has a liking for Sandra
Dee and Pat Boone.
REYNOLD D. SANTONE . . . GENERAL
Renny has an aversion to stubborn girls highly re-
gards Jane Russell, "American Bandstand" and football is
often heard saying "Hey" . . . plans to join the Air Force after
SAUNDRA L. SAVINE ... COLLEGE PREP
Sandy served as junior treasurer of Girls' League and as
senior vice president was a member of FTA and Ushers'
club acted as her home room representative is college
JON C. SAYLOR .. . COLLEGE PREP
.lon was a member of Varsity "A" club and cross coun-
try his senior year . . . served as home room treasurer his june
ior year . . . is partial to basketball and Carol Lynley col-
JUDITH A. SCHANDELMEIER ... COLLEGE PREP
Judy was Girls' League treasurer her senior year
participated in the Senate belonged to Ushers' club
was a cheerleader .. . served as English class president
belonged to Concert and Mixed choruses.
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BEVERLY A. SCHEFFER . . . BUSINESS ED
Bev was English class secretary belonged to Car
Teens club . . . enjoys football and dancing .. . watches "Band-
stand," 'Kookie' and Doris Day . . . listens to Paul Anka
cannot stand conceited people.
CAROL A. SCHERDEN . . . GEORGE BARDEN
Carol was a member of Nurses' Aides her senior year
. .. served as English class secretary her senior year . . . goes
for pizza, Rock Hudson and swimming .. . future surgical nurse.
JUDITH M. SCHERDEN GEORGE BARDEN
Judi sang soprano in Mixed chorus and Girls' chorus ...
was a member of FNA and Nurses' Aides goes for Sal
Mineo and Frankie Avalon . . . is fascinated by chemistry and
ADELAIDE T. SCHEUNGRAB BUSINESS ED
Addy served as secretary of the senior class enjoys
skating, writing letters and eating pizza thinks Rock Hud-
son, Della Reese and Piper Laurie are tops . . . is heard saying
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NANCY K. SCHIMKE BUSINESS ED
Nancy served as her English class secretary goes
for basketball, steak and pizza cares for songs by Pat
Boone is irritated by back-seat drivers future medical
KENNETH L. SCHIRF VOCATIONAL
Kenneth plans to go into the printing business after he
graduates enjoys basketball, "Maverick," John Wayne and
Ricky Nelson takes an interest in Jayne Mansfield . . . rel-
ishes steak likes math.
JUDITH A. SCHMELZLEN BUSINESS ED
Judy was secretary of English class her senior year
participated in Car Teens club and Concert chorus . . . takes
pleasure in watching "Donna Reed Show" plans to work
for the Bell Telephone.
ROBERT R. SCHMITTLE VOCATIONAL
Bob wrestled the T38 varsity class for three years
served as English class president his sophomore year states
John Wayne, Elizabeth Taylor and Elvis Presley are favorites
enioys weight lifting.
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BERNARD L. SCHOCH VOCATIONAL
Bernard enioys working in the electric shops goes
for basketball . . . is found painting pictures in his spare time
relishes steak enioys movies starring Debbie Reynolds
and Rock Hudson detests conceited people.
RANDALL A. SCHOCH COLLEGE PREP
Randy enjoys playing pool and watching "Maverick" on
TV indulges in eating hoagies highly regards Jack
Kelly and Little Richard .. . is fascinated by biology often
says "OK" . . . will attend college.
KAY F. SCHROTH . ,. GEORGE BARDEN
Kay spends most of her spare time singing, dancing and
listening to all kinds of music .. . goes for football ... relishes
ravioli lists science as her favorite subiect beauty work
ALICE M. SCHULZ COLLEGE PREP
Stardust sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus her junior year
was an active member of FTA her senior year and of Car Teens
her iunior year . .. enioys watching Doris Day.
KAY A. SEIDEL GEORGE BARDEN
Kay participated in Nurses' Aides and Car Teens club
. .. was active in intramurals enioys art and badminton
is irritated by attention getters highly regards Tony
Perkins . . . nurse's training is next.
JAMES L. SELL COLLEGE PREP
Lynn was a member of the Car Teens club plans to
enter college upon graduation ... enioys bowling and photog-
raphy has a liking for Swiss steak is fascinated by
JUDITH M. SERVELLO GENERAL
Judy was English class president her senior year ... en-
ioys watching "Maverick" on TV thinks baseball and music
are tops ... is disgusted by conceited people ... is often heard
DOLORES K. SETTLE ... GENERAL
Dottie sang alto in Mixed chorus and in Concert chorus
. .. is often heard saying "Don't get excited" ... enioys pizza,
music, English and football likes Sandra Dee, Paul Anka
and James Darren.
Seuffert Shatter Shaheen
Sharrar Shaw, S. Shaw, V.
PAULINE M. SEUFFERT GEORGE BARDEN
Pauline was an active member of the Nurses' Aides and
FNA takes an interest in bowling and swimming has a
liking for steak, "77 Sunset 5trip" and chemistry.
LOIS A. SHAFFER BUSINESS ED
Lois was elected home room secretary her senior year
can be found saying "How about that" fancies spa-
ghetti, football, June Allyson and Van Johnson would like
to ioin the service.
JUDITH A. SHAHEEN BUSINESS ED
Judy served as English class secretary her senior year
enioys dancing and baseball is heard saying "Nice"
relishes French fries loathes conceited people has
a liking for business English.
F. REBECCA SHANER .. . GEORGE BARDEN
Becky served as home room representative enioys
playing tennis goes for any Italian foods . .. lists English
as her favorite subiect .. . is often heard saying "I guess"
has an aversion to pessimists.
ANNE M. SHANK COLLEGE PREP
Annie served as representative and secretary of her
home room for two years . . . relishes hoagies . . . likes talking
on the telephone is irritated by people who get lost while
NANCY L. SHANNON BUSINESS ED
Nancy served as secretary of her senior English class
and to the English department takes pleasure in swimming
and collecting souvenirs . .. highly regards Rock Hudson and
Debbie Reynolds . .. hopes to be a bookkeeper.
CHESTER E. SHARRAR . .. COLLEGE PREP
Chester was active in the College club his senior year
. . . was on the cross-country team as a iunior . . . favors base-
ball and ham plans to go to college upon graduation.
SANDRA G. SHAW BUSINESS ED
Sandy was a maroon maiorette her sophomore year . . .
Girls' League representative her iunior and senior year and
home room representative her sophomore year thinks Rock
Hudson and Debbie Reynolds are tops.
Shaner Shank Shannon
Shay Sheetz Shelow
VIOLET A. SHAW COLLEGE PREP
Violet was in Concert chorus her senior year was a
member of Nurses' Aides and FNA . .. served as home room
treasurer her senior year . .. plans to be a nurse.
JANETH C. SHAY . . . BUSINESS ED
Janeth was secretary of her English class enioys
roller skating, dancing and swimming relishes French fries
. . . lists English as her favorite subiect is partial to songs
by Pat Boone.
DAVID A. SHEETZ .. . COLLEGE PREP
Dave was president of his English class as a senior
served as home room representative stuck-up girls leave
him cold prizes Connie Francis, "Maverick," Doris Day
and Rock Hudson.
HERBERT F. SHELOW . . . VOCATIONAL
Herb took automobile shops played on the varsity
football team his iunior year has a liking for meat loaf
is often heard saying "Not too potent" highly regards
DENNIS M. SI-IULTZ . .. GENERAL
Denny was a member of the track and cross-country
teams participated in intramural basketball enioys
putting model cars together favors sea foods, baseball,
P.O.D. and Connie Francis.
LEORA K. SHUMA .. . BUSINESS ED
Leora served as English class secretary takes pleas-
ure in swimming and skating has a liking for pizza and
French fries is partial to movies starring Spencer Tracy or
ROBERT R, SICHENEDER . .. VOCATIONAL
Bob served as vice president of his senior home room
has a liking for bowling and football states English
as his favorite subiect relishes pizza enioys Ernie
JAMES R. SINCLAIR . . . COLLEGE PREP
Jim takes an interest in radios, bowling and golfing . ..
indulges in steak is heard saying "Cool it" detests
back-seat drivers . .. has a liking for Brigitte Bardot .. . plans
to attend college.
BONDA A. SHINAFELT COLLEGE PREP
Banda was a member of maiorettes three years
sang soprano in Girls' Sextet senior year participated in
Nurses' Aides, Ushers' club acted as vice president of FNA
a future nurse.
BONNIE L. SINGER BUSINESS ED
Bonnie served as president of her home room . . . enioys
swimming and dancing relishes spaghetti and pizza
lists English as her favorite subiect is partial to songs by
RONALD E. SHOENFELT . . . VOCATIONAL
Ronnie takes pleasure in model cars states mathe-
matics as his favorite subiect enjoys baseball is made
happy with pizza enioys Pat Boone likes to see James
JOHN E. SINGER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Jack was his English class president in his iunior year
and in the Boys' Glee club . . . relishes pizza . . . may be heard
Sgewm-1 in 'he movies. saying "Dig out" plans a career in the Air Force.
RONALD E. SHRIVER .. . COLLEGE PREP RICHARD L. SINGER , . . COLLEGE PREP
Ron was a member of College club and German Social Dick takes pleasure in collecting coins enioys work-
club acted as chemistry lab assistant received a letter ing on radios .. . goes for football and steak is partial to
of commendation from National Merit test indulges in steak movies starring John Payne and Loretta Young .. . will enter
and French fries. C1 Naval SCl'l00l-
BARBARA A. SHRUM COLLEGE PREP PATRICK F. SIPES . . . COLLEGE PREP
Barbara was in FTA for two years and the FBLA her sen- Pat was on the track team . . . played the drums in band
ior year takes pleasure in swimming, sewing and reading three years .. . indulges in eating chicken . .. may often be
. .. plans to attend college indulges in eating steak. heard saying "That's ok!" . . . belonged to Varsity "A" club.
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DOROTHY SLOMANSON BUSINESS ED
Dotty served as a color guard was secretary of
sophomore home room takes pleasure in bowling and
swimming may be heard saying "Oh my word" likes
Tommy Edward's songs.
MARTHA K. SMEAL . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Marty was in the orchestra three years was in Car
Teens club . . . relishes steak and French tries takes pleas-
ure in art and sewing ... may be found watching Garry Moore
FREDERICK L. SMEIGH COLLEGE PREP
Fred sang tenor for Boys' Glee club participated in
Car Teens club . . . makes much of Rock Hudson and Doris Day
enioys baseball, P.O.D. and "Maverick."
RONALD M. SMELSER COLLEGE PREP
Ron played clarinet and saxophone in the band all three
years was an active member in Key club participated
in the after school math class likes football, math and
ANNA R, SMITH BUSINESS ED
Ann was English class secretary her senior year
served as Girls' League representative her iunior year en-
ioys skating detests rumors likes Rock Hudson and Pat
Boone indulges in eating pizza pie.
DONALD E. SMITH VOCATIONAL
Don has a liking for Debbie Reynolds, Gordon Scott and
Fabian greatly dislikes jealous girls may be heard say-
ing "Hit the road, toad" indulges in eating ham
watches "The Rebel."
DONALD F. SMITH GENERAL
Don played forward in intramurals plans to enter
the Air Force ... goes tor baseball and "Have Gun Will Travel"
. . . trusts himself to a big helping of steak and mashed po-
DONALD J. SMITH COLLEGE PREP
Don was an active member of the College club his sen-
ior year takes interest in baseball, hunting and fishing ...
has a liking for pizza .. . enioys watching "Maverick,"
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FREDRICK H. SMITH BUSINESS ED
Fred played trombone in band for two years and was
drum major his senior year was pianist for Boys' Glee club
participated in Science and Engineering club and Auxiliary
R. ETHEL SMITH BUSINESS ED
Bobbie sang soprano for the chorus all three years
was in Car Teens club her iunior and senior years happy
when watching "77 Sunset Strip" . . . lists music as hobby.
RAYMOND R. SMITH VOCATIONAL
Ray was on the team for three years has a liking
for football and steak . . . takes an interest in watching "Chey-
enne" on TV highly regards Robert Mitchum and Jayne
ROSEMARY A. SMITH COLLEGE PREP
Rosemary states Spanish as her best subiect and ham-
burgers as tops in food claims Tab Hunter as favorite
actor , . . plans nursing for future career likes baseball as
Smelser Smith, A. Smith, D. E.
Smith, R. Smith, Raymond Smith, Rosemary
Smith Snoberger Snyder, J.
Spagnola Speece Stafford
TERRY S. SMITH COLLEGE PREP
Terry was a member of FTA and College club sang
alto in Mixed chorus and Dr. Bohn's chorus likes Spanish
enioys Johnny Mathis' singing plans to maior in social
studies in college.
RONALD D. SNOBERGER COLLEGE PREP
Ron participated in wrestling and intramural basketball
enioys football and hunting indulges in eating steak
and French fries , .. enioys Pat Boone's records .. . often says
"That's beautiful" ... plans to join the Navy.
JAMES L. SNYDER VOCATIONAL
Jim was active in cabinet and mill shops enioys
working with guns and playing basketball . .. watches "Mav-
erick" faithfully .. . gets a kick out of Connie Francis .. . often
says "That's the breaks."
KENNETH L. SNYDER VOCATIONAL
Kenny was active in printing shop and lists it as his
favorite subiect indulges in eating steak and French fries
... enioys hunting and watching "Sea Hunt" has an aver-
sion to tall girls.
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SALLY A. SNYDER BUSINESS ED
Sally goes for football and skating loves pizza
lists English as her favorite subject shrinks from stuck-up
people ... makes much of songs by Johnny Mathis ... is often
heard saying "Ever,"
SANDRA K. SNYDER BUSINESS ED
Sandy takes an interest
in swimming and dancing
indulges in veal chops enjoys "American Bandstand" on
TV is heard saying "Later" detests conceited people
enioys Tab Hunter and Ricky Nelson.
PATRICIA A. SPAGNOLA COLLEGE PREP
Patty was literary editor of the Mountain Echo be-
longed to Quill and Scroll was a member of College club
. . , was home room and English class president . .. plans to
JANE E. SPEECE COLLEGE PREP
Jane participated in FTA for two years was elected
senior English class secretary is partial to Rock Hudson,
roller skating and pizza plans to attend Indiana State
ANDREW G. STAFFORD COLLEGE PREP
Satchmo took an active part in track and cross-country
... participated in intramurals
and Pennsylvania History . . .
. . . has a liking for roast beef
is often heard saying "Keep
BARBARA J. STAHL BUSINESS ED
Barb was a member of FBLA . . , has a liking for swim-
ming eats fried green tomatoes enioys watching '77
Sunset Strp" is heard saying "Of course!" sang alto in
DAVID V. STARK . . . COLLEGE
Dave plans to attend
played forward on home roorn
... enioys chicken ... states
college after graduation
basketball team all three years
automobiles as his hobby
mathematics is his favorite subiect.
M. PAULA STEAK BUSINESS ED
Paula takes an interest in bowling ... lists bookkeeping
as her favorite subject indulges in eating turkey and roast
beef sandwiches . . . goes for
to be a secretary.
songs by Pat Boone hopes
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NORMAN P. STEAK . . . VOCATIONAL
Norman was in electronic shops serves as repre-
sentative to Boys' Federation his senior year states ham-
burger, "Rebel," James Gardner, Debbie Reynolds and records
by Johnny Mathis are his favorites.
CONNIE L. STEELE GEORGE BARDEN
Connie was an active member of FNA and Nurses' Aides
. . enioys bowling, steak, French fries and listening to music
is often heard saying "Big deal" .. . will be a nurse.
PATRICIA L. STEFANINI . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Patty takes an interest in skating relishes pizza
enioys "Red Skelton" on TV is heard saying "I guess"
detests stuck-up people likes Robert Wagner and Elvis Pres-
ley enioys English.
BETTE L. STEHLEY . .. GEORGE BARDEN
Betsy vocalized as first soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus dur-
ing her sophomore year . . . is partial to French fries . . . is irri-
tated by two-faced people . . . wants to be a nurse after
CHARLES E. STEHLEY VOCATIONAL
Chuck is planning on ioining the service after gradua-
tion enioys playing baseball made happy by a big
dish of spaghetti takes an interest in watching "Science
Fiction Theater" on TV.
RUTH N. STEPHENS GENERAL
Ruth sang in Girls' chorus for two years enioys
listening to records by Ricky Nelson . .. is disgusted by stuck-
up people takes a fancy to skating and babysitting.
HARRIET J. STEPHENSON . .. COLLEGE PREP
Janie played the flute in Concert band and Orchestra
three years was a member of Ushers' club, FTA, Science
and Engineering Society and College club likes Johnny
Mathis' singing . . . college bound.
CAROL A. STERE BUSINESS ED
Carol served as president of FBLA her senior year
sang soprano in Mixed chorus is often heard saying "lt's
all in the game" . . . was treasurer of her home room.
Stehley, B. Stehley, C. Stephens
Stetter Stevens Stewart
DAROL M. STETLER COLLEGE PREP
Darol sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus and Concert
chorus served as a color guard was member of FTA
and College club likes to swim and sing delights in
PEGGY J. STETTER . . . GENERAL
Peggy was English class secretary sophomore year
is made happy by swimming, skating and dancing . . . never
misses "American Bandstand" has an aversion to conceited
people can be heard saying "Ever."
PATRICIA L. STEVENS BUSINESS ED
Patt was home room representative as a senior
favors basketball, pizza and dancing lists English as favor-
ite subiect is heard saying "That's life" cannot endure
backseat drivers will be a future secretary.
ALBERT J. STEWART VOCATIONAL
Al was president of his English class his sophomore year
and secretary his iunior year . .. delights in hunting and fish-
ing relishes steak and French fries plans to ioin Coast
Guard after graduation.
MARY C. STIVER GENERAL
Mary was a member of Car Teens club her senior year
highly regards "The Rebel," English and Debbie Reynolds
can often be heard saying "Gee whiz" enioys singing,
dancing and baseball.
HAROLD P. STOLTZ VOCATIONAL
Hab played forward in intramural basketball is
partial to Brigitte Bardot made happy by French tries
dislikes stuck-up girls can often be heard saying,
"That's cool" will ioin Air Force.
JAMES A. STOLTZ COLLEGE PREP
Jim takes an interest in physics is fascinated by a
good football game can be made happy by a big dish of
French fries delights in watching "Flight" on TV.
ROBERT L. STOUDNOUR COLLEGE PREP
Bob went to Germany as an exchange student in his
senior year played bass horn in the band for three years
was a member of the German Social club.
SANDRA A. STROBAUGH . . . GENERAL
Sandra idolizes Johnny Mathis is made happy by
bowling and art relishes pizza is left cold by stuck-up
people enioys watching TV's late show plans to enter
JAMES K. STEWART . . . COLLEGE PREP
Jim was a guard in intramural basketball . .. partici-
pated in Car Teens club . . . places track, hamburg and French
fries as favorites enioys playing guitar often heard
saying "Like Hello."
VIRGINIA M. STROHM BUSINESS ED
Ginger was the secretary of her English class takes
pleasure in swimming and skating is partial to biology
has been seen watching "Wagon Train" on TV relishes
FRED L. STIFFLER VOCATIONAL
Fred is partial to science takes an interest in fish-
ing and model railroads .. . can be found watching "Sea Hunt"
on TV relishes steak and French fries . .. highly regards
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King rates swimming and football as his favorite sports
plans to attend college after graduation claims math
as his favorite subject and gives Debbie Reynolds top priority
Judy was elected treasurer of her senior home room
prefers "American Bandstand," skating, Susan Hayward
and Pat Boone lists English as favorite subiect plans
to go to beautician school. in 'he lheqler'
HAROLD W. STITT . .. BUSINESS ED WILLIAM V. STROSNIDER . . . VOCATIONAL
Harold served as home room representative his senior Bill enjoys watching "Bandstand" on TV relishes
year was an active FBLA member for two years takes spaghetti takes pleasure in watching Rock Hudson and
an interest in baseball and watching "Maverick" goes for Brigitte Bardot is disgusted by stuck-ups rates shops
Pat Boone's music. as tops likes watching basketball games.
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Stoltz J Stoudnour Strobaugh Strohm Strong Strosnider
THOMAS R. STRUNK VOCATIONAL
Thomas served as vice president of his iunior home room
... claims science as his favorite subiect ... is partial to pizza
and meat ball sandwiches hobby is driving golf balls.
GERALD R. STUMPF COLLEGE PREP
Gerald played intramural basketball was his Eng-
lish class president and member of Car Teens club enioys
sports and collecting stamps is partial to English . . . rel-
ishes spaghetti never misses "Wagon Train."
WILLIAM K. STURNIOLO COLLEGE PREP
Bill was a reporter for Mountain Echo one year
made happy by pizza, basketball, "Maverick" and trigonometry
. . . shrinks from people who think they know everything . ..
hopes to attend college after graduation.
THOMAS P. SULLIVAN COLLEGE PREP
Tom has a liking for math . . . takes an interest in skat-
ing indulges in eating ice cream takes pleasure in
watching "Maverick" .. . enjoys J. P. Morgan's music.
BARBARA A. SZUHAJ COLLEGE PREP
Barbara served as managing editor of Mountain Echo
was active in FTA, Nurses' Aides, College club, Ushers'
club, Quill and Scroll and Concert chorus received honor-
able mention in science fair.
FAITH V. SZUHAJ COLLEGE PREP
Faith was managing editor of Mountain Echo . . . partici-
pated in FTA, College club, Quill and Scroll and Ushers' club
...was home room representative and member of Senate
sang alto in Concert chorus.
BARBARA A. SZYMUSIAK COLLEGE PREP
Barbara played the violin in orchestra was presi-
dent of FTA two years active member of Nurses' Aides,
College club, Ushers' club and Science and Engineers is
ROBERT L. TAYLOR VOCATIONAL
Bob was home room representative his senior year . ..
abhors stuck-up girls has a liking for math, football, pizza,
girls and "Gunsmoke" may be heard saying "Well now"
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"As I was saying to my friend here . .. "
VICKI L. TAYLOR ... BUSINESS ED
Vicki was secretary of her English class as a sophomore
enioys pizza, football and dancing takes an interest
in sewing is often heard saying "l'll say" future air-
ROBERT N. TEETER ... COLLEGE PREP
Bob played the clarinet in the band participated in
intramurals was a member of FTA and College club
served as home room treasurer his iunior year enioys bas-
ketball and math.
BETTY M. THOMAS . . . COLLEGE PREP
Betty served as English class secretary her iunior year
.. was a member of FTA enioys watching late TV shows
takes pleasure in swimming and sewing often says
"Oh my goodness."
DONNA M. THOMAS ... BUSINESS ED
Donna loathes insincerity favors the expression
"Beans" indulges in eating steak and French fries en-
ioys playing the piano and accordion never misses "77
Sunset Strip" on TV adores Frankie Avalon.
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Thompson, E. Thompson, M. Tipton Tobelmann
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EUGENE R. THOMPSON . . . VOCATIONAL
Gene has a liking for turkey enjoys working on cars
as a hobby is heard saying "Dad" finds satisfaction
in baseball . . . likes Elizabeth Taylor and Tab Hunter.
MARJORIE J. THOMPSON BUSINESS ED
Margie was a home room representative served as
English class secretary states English and chemistry as I-ner
favorites enjoys "Peter Gunn," Rock Hudson, Carol Lyn-
ley and Paul Anka is often heard saying "Charge."
MARY J. TIPTON GEORGE BARDEN
Mary served as secretary of her English class has
a liking for basketball, dancing and steak . . . is often heard
saying "Darn it!" enjoys watching "The Pat Boone Show"
DOROTHY J. TOBELMAN . .. COLLEGE PREP
Dottie delights in playing the piano and singing
sang in Dr. Bohn's chorus was o member of the Fellowship
club and a home room representative plans to be a future
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F. IRENE TRAVIS BUSINESS ED
Rennie has a liking for skating relishes French fries
enjoys "American Bandstand" is heard saying "Get
serious" detests stuck-up people likes Clark Gable
and Tommy Edwards is partial to bookkeeping.
ROY P. TREESE COLLEGE PREP
Ron played the trumpet in the orchestra for three years
and was in the band for two .. . takes an interest in basket-
ball ... enjoys playing tennis ... plans to attend college.
JERRY V. TRINDLE ... COLLEGE PREP
Jerry came to Altoona High his senior year takes
pleasure in working on cars is interested in history and
baseball enjoys the songs of Frankie Avalon indulges
in eating steak.
HARRY E. TRITLE . . . COLLEGE PREP
Harry played the cello in orchestra for three years
fancies model cars is disgusted by conceited girls lists
math as favorite plans to go into business with his father.
EDRIE A. TRYBUS . . . BUSINESS ED
Edrie served as president of her English class for two
years is partial to Robert Wagner, shorthand and lazonia
can often be heard saying "Really" cannot endure
SANDRA L. TURNBAUGH ... COLLEGE PREP
Sandy sang second soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus for
three years was a member of the Nurses' Aides and FNA
favors basketball, steak and French fries enjoys col-
lecting popular records.
SHIRLEY J. TURNBAUGH BUSINESS ED
Teenie was English class secretary senior year
watches football games and "Sea Hunt" enjoys listening
to Fabian . .. is irritated by conceited boys .. . likes art
intends to do secretarial work.
MICHAEL J. TUTKO GENERAL
Mike was home room representative his junior year and
a home room officer his sophomore year has a liking for
math takes an interest in sports and cars plans to
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Wagner, R. Wagner, T. Wales
LINDA J. URBINATO COLLEGE PREP
Linda sang in the Mixed chorus belonged to Car
Teens club was a Girls' League representative her iunior
year enioys seafoods detests slow people takes an
interest in English.
BEVERLY G. VAN DINE . .. COLLEGE PREP
Beverly was a member of FTA, College club, Ushers'
club and German Social club blended alto voice with con-
cert chorus and Mixed chorus was Girls' League represen-
tative her senior year heard saying "Good grief."
JEFFREY M. VARNES COLLEGE PREP
Coach was a member of the band for three years and
manager of varsity basketball his junior year has a liking
for steak, Paul Anka and math .. . college bound.
BERTHA E. VASBINDER BUSINESS ED
Bertha takes a deep interest in bookkeeping . . . idolizes
Rock Hudson and Fabian is often found watching "Ameri-
can Bandstand" has a liking for chicken and Debbie Rey-
nolds . . . enioys football.
WALTER W. WACHTER COLLEGE PREP
Shorty played guard for the varsity football team his
senior year downs people who act dumb lists math
as favorite subiect has a liking for pork chops enioys
LONNA J. WAGNER GENERAL
Lonna goes for pizza . .. is partial to Cary Grant, foot-
ball and English takes an interest in art made happy
by watching "Rifleman" on TV lists Perry Como a favorite
RUTH A. WAGNER .. . COLLEGE PREP
Ruth Ann was an active member of Car Teens her senior
year participates in dancing and swimming enioys see-
ing Debbie Reynolds and John Saxon is often heard say-
ing "How about that."
TERRY L. WAGNER COLLEGE PREP
As a member of FTA, Terry served as vice president his
senior year sang bass in Senior Octet and Concert chorus
was English class president and member of College club
. . . future teacher.
Walter Walters Warner
ARLENE A. WALES GENERAL
Arlene was English class secretary her senior year
delights in football, dancing and eating hamburgers and French
fries likes to watch "Rifleman" on TV can often be
heard saying "Oh really."
VINCENT L. WALTER VOCATIONAL
Buck specialized in cabinet shops played football
one year on squad was home room representative senior
year is partial to Walter Brennan, Kim Novak and Elvis
Presley is heard saying "What."
DONNA L. WALTERS BUSINESS ED
Donna served as secretary of her iunior home room . . .
was a FTA member for three years . . . is appalled by conceited
people . .. relishes spaghetti . . . enioys health class and art.
CHARLES A. WARNER . . . VOCATIONAL
Buff cannot stand peroxided blondes often heard say-
ing "Yeh!" watches "Wells Fargo" works in the auto-
mobile shops likes Pat Boone's records, basketball and
stcak especially likes Jayne Mansfield.
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Jan was English class secretary her senior year en-
ioys dancing, skating and eating spaghetti idolizes Fabian
and James Garner delights in watching "American Band-
stancl" is often heard saying "Let's bug."
LINDA L. WATSON COLLEGE PREP
Linda sang alto in Mixed chorus was a member of
FTA, Nurses' Aides and College club reporter 'For the
Mountain Echo designs fashions in spare time plans to
be a nurse.
JAN D. WEAVER GENERAL
Jan is planning to go into the Navy after he graduates
takes pleasure in watching a good western show on TV
... has an interest in farming is partial to math.
CORNELIUS L. WEATHERLY COLLEGE CLUB
Cornelius participated in FTA, College club and served
as reporter for Mountain Echo his senior year . .. sang tenor
in Concert chorus . .. goes for spaghetti, meat balls, swimming,
singing and dancing.
Warren Watson Weaver
Welcovitz Weld Wertz
THOMAS W. WEBER . .. VOCATIONAL
Tom played in the intramurals takes an interest in
electricity has a liking for sports, especially baseball
relishes steak enioys "Maverick," Anthony Quinn and Pat
Boone detests women drivers.
DONALD E. WEIGAND . . . GENERAL
Don was captain of the Auxiliary Patrol is partial
to baseball, airplanes and history class . .. likes fish and French
fries . .. goes for Audie Murphy and Brigitte Bardot . .. future
SIDNEY I. WELCOVITZ . . . COLLEGE PREP
Sid was manager of the baseball team his sophomore
and iunior year participated in intramural basketball
was home room treasurer his iunior and senior year ... is irri-
tated by people who copy home work.
ANNETTE C. WELD BUSINESS ED
Annette sang soprano in Mixed and Concert chorus
was an active member of FTA, College club and Ushers' club
vice president of FBLA English class secretary will
attend Robert Morris school.
NORMAN E. WERTZ COLLEGE PREP
Norman sang tenor in Concert chorus his iunior and
senior years . . . was a member of the Senior Octet takes
pleasure in basketball enioys John Raitt, Debbie Reynolds,
Clint Walker and "Cheyenne."
JUSTINE E. WEST . . . BUSINESS ED
Jessie was a member of Fellowship club and Homemak-
ing club participated in intramural sports idolizes
Johnny Mathis and Clint Walker enioys dancing, basket-
ball and sewing . .. delights in eating spaghetti.
MICHAEL D. WESTBROOK . . . VOCATIONAL
Mike played as right tackle in football all three years
.. . was a senior home room representative . .. threw the shot
put during his sophomore and senior years served as his
English class president.
GARY S. WESTON COLLEGE PREP
Gary was president of his iunior English class en-
ioys baseball and books is heard saying "Tough break"
indulges in eating pizza loathes conceited people
enioys plane geometry plans to attend college.
Weatherly Weber Weigand
West Westbrook Weston
E. GEORGEANN WESTOVER COLLEGE PREP
GeorgeAnn sang soprano in Dr. Bohn's chorus . . . likes
to watch a good football game has a liking for shrimp,
dancing and music is often heard saying "Ehl" dis-
likes smart people.
JAMES G. WEYANT GENERAL
Jim played tackle for the football team has a liking
For spaghetti, football and math highly regards John
Wayne, Elizabeth Taylor and songs by Fabian enjoys
viewing "Cheyenne" on TV.
ALVIN L. WEYER . . . VOCATIONAL
Jerry was home room representative his sophomore
year played center in intramural basketball takes an
interest in Brigitte Bardot likes football, steak, automobiles
plans to join Armed Forces.
KAY L. WHEELING . . . COLLEGE PREP
Kay was active in FTA and College club ... takes pleas-
ure in watching a good football game and the "Loretta Young
Show" enjoys bowling . . . acted as a home room repre-
GEORGE N. WHITBRED COLLEGE PREP
George takes an interest in model railroads .. . enjoys
watching Loretta Young and Ricky Nelson perform rates
physics as tops is disgusted by long TV commercials
may be heard saying "Oh brother."
DOROTHY E. WICKER ... GENERAL
Dottie sang in Concert chorus her senior year en-
joys horseback riding, dancing, skating and hunting is
often heard saying "Oh brother" highly regards Chuck
Connors and Elvis Presley hates stuck-up people.
JANE E. WILLIAMS COLLEGE PREP
Janie served as president of Girls' League sang
soprano in Concert chorus and Senior Octet . . . was active in
German Social club, College club, Ushers' club took part
in three English department plays.
LEE H. WILLIAMS ... COLLEGE PREP
Lee was an active member of the Car Teens club
likes to watch o good baseball game enjoys eating ham-
burgers loves to watch "The Huckleberry Hound Show" on
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Things always turn out better if you follow the pattern.
CAREY A. WILSON ... COLLEGE PREP
Carey is partial to Pat Boone, tennis and "American
Bandstand" takes an interest in photography made
happy by science and Swiss steak had an aversion to con-
ceited people . .. enjoys reading.
GEORGE D. WILSON VOCATIONAL
George claims hunting and autos as his hobbies
craves for French fries and steak ... plans to join the Air Force
after graduating concludes Gary Cooper as his favorite
JANET R. WILSON . . . BUSINESS ED
Janet served as secretary of her English class as a senior
was a member of FBLA enjoys reading, basketball and
watching "Playhouse 90" indulges in eating steak and
MICHAEL A. WILSON ... COLLEGE PREP
Mike participated in the English play his junior and sen-
ior year served as a member of Car Teens club enjoys
golf, fried chicken and dramatics plans to do dramatical
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Wilson, G. Wilson, J. Wilson, M
Wise Wlazlowski Wogan Wolf Wolfe, P. Wolfe, S.
Wombacher Wood, G. Wood, R. Wood, S. Woolridge, C. Woolridge, R
PATTI D. WOLFE COLLEGE PREP
RALPH l" WIEE COLLEGE, PREP . . . Pat was a member of Nurses' Aides enioys football,
A Rvlplve served of Presldfnl of l"'5 sophomore' lU""0" and dancing and skating . . . indulges in pizza . . . is heard saying
senior class was V.ICE president of Key club acted as Hoh sugwff lourhes people who fry ,O be someming they
home room representative was president of his home room urenq.
.. . played intramural basketball.
ROBERT T wLAzLowsKl GENERAL SARA J' WOM COLLEGE PREP
' . ' ' ' . U Sally was a member of Nurses' Aides and FNA her sen-
pol' ,Yes ln the Hand iliree Yef"5' PlaY""9 'he Cla""'ei ior year idolizes Rock Hudson, Pat Boone and pizza
I' " Clmms Bed Skellon as l"'5 fc'Vcf"'fe Udo' ' ' ' .says kwa" spends spare time reading and painting , . . nursing is next.
ite food is chicken and concludes Doris Day as tops in acting.
CAROL J WOGAN GENERA JAMES E. WOMBACHER VOCATIONAL
' - . ' " . L , . . Jim has a liking for hunting, football and eating French
v Carol P0'i'C'Pc"ed 'n Nlurses A'de5 he' Semor Yeah ' ' - fries makes much of Gale Storm, James Stewart and Teresa
thinks Johnny Mathis and Ingrid Bergman are tops delights Brewer is fuscinmed by science and ffcunsmokeff
in swimming and skating plans to go into nurse's training 'Dames swckmp girls,
GEORGE E. WOOD .. . COLLEGE PREP
ROSE A' WOLF ' ' ' GEORGE EARDEN George has a liking for football and "77 Sunset Strip"
Rosie likes English I1 .. irritated by .stuckzup people If -- thinks physics is tops relishes pizza and spaghetti
has bfien heard wymg You beMe",bel'eVE 'i enloys rates Debbie Reynolds and Rock Hudson as tops plans col-
watchmg Bronco Lane on TV relishes pizza idolizes lege career.
RICHARD A. WOOD ... COLLEGE PREP
I . Woody served as president of his English class his sen
Beouly meclwnms make G few local 'epalrs' ior year .. . was a member of Car Teens club . . . pitched on
the baseball team . . . goes for "Maverick" enjoys listen-
ing to Johnny Mathis.
SHIRLEY A. WOOD .,. BUSINESS ED
Shirley was secretary of home room her sophomore year
is fascinated by Susan Hayward, skating and Rick Nelson
. . . lists business law as favorite subject ... fancies pizza
CYNTHIA K. WOOLRIDGE BUSINESS ED
Cindy was a member of Dr. Bohn's chorus all three
years served as Girls' League representative as a senior
goes for football and skating states English as her
RICHARD D. WOOLRIDGE VOCATIONAL
Dick enioys working on cars . . . has a liking for base-
ball, math class and pizza can be found watching "Rifle-
man" on TV detests people who start rumors plans to
ioin the Marines.
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Young, R. Yunker Zangrilli Zapotoczny Ziegler, B. Ziegler, T.
FREDERICK E. WOOMER . . . GENERAL ANNA M. ZANGRILLI . , . COLLEGE PREP
Fred enjoys baseball, history and French fries states Anna Mae was an active member of College club and
he likes Clint Walker and Elvis Presley often soys "Why Car Teens club enioys football, music and eating chicken
not" abhors liver . .. plans to enter the Army . .. may be . .. has the pet expression "Amazing" .. . is partial to English.
found watching "Gunsmoke."
JOSEPH E. ZAPOTOCZNY COLLEGE PREP
GEORGE P' WORLFY ' ' ' GENERAL Joe played guard on the varsity football squad and half-
George is planning to ioin the Army takes an in- back on the JV's was a senior member of the College club
terest in hunting is often heard saying "True" has a and Varsity "A" club relishes steak hopes to enter
liking for Jerry Lewis and Loretta Young greatly dislikes college.
BONNIE L. ZIEGLER . . . COLLEGE PREP
EARL F- YEAGER VOCATIONAI- Bonnie was on the Mountain Echo staff took part in
Sonny fokeg an infeyggf in working with co.-5 mokos Nurses' Aides, Quill and Scroll and Ushers' club served as
much gf football wofghes rho "Riflemqn" gn TV goo, Girls' League representative and English class secretary
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THEODORE P. ZIEGLER . . . COLLEGE PREP
CONNIE J- YOHN GEORGE BARDEN Ted takes an interest in football loves southern
Connie served as Girls' League representative her senior fried chicken . . .- eni0YS Wolchlng "Maverick" on TV is
year participated in Car Teens club and Mixed chorus her PWl"f'l 70 Julie l-0nd0'1 --Z has an 0Ve"5'0'1 to wasted effoff
junior year has a liking for French fries, "American Band- l'5i5 Pl1Y5'C5 Us U favorite-
stand" and Elvis Presley.
CHARLES R. YOUNG . .. COLLEGE PREP
Charlie was an active member of the Car Teens club for
three years enioys football and hunting . . . likes to work
on cars goes for songs by Ernie Ford . .. relishes venison
JAMES A. YOUNG . .. COLLEGE PREP
Jim played outfield in baseball for three years
served as home room vice president his senior year takes
an interest in mathematics enioys watching "Maverick"
goes for steak and French fries.
RONALD B. YOUNG . . . VOCATIONAL
Ronnie has a liking for pizza pie enioys viewing
Red Skelton on TV highly regards Johnny Cash and Mickey
Rooney is left cold by stuck-up girls future cabinet
J. SHARON YUNKER BUSINESS ED
Sharon participated in FTA and College club sang
in the Mixed chorus is irritated by those who are late
likes to dance and swim is often heard saying "My golly!"
DONALD R. ANSMAN . . . COLLEGE PREP
Don greatly enioys going hunting and watching "Mav-
erick" on TV is fascinated by physics can't endure
women drivers indulges in eating seafood, especially lob-
ster will be future Navy man.
FRED T. AUKER . .. VOCATIONAL
Fred worked in the machine shop takes pleasure in
hunting and swimming . .. may often be heard saying "Crazy"
indulges in eating French fries favors Dane Clark and
P. WILLIAM BOEHNIER . . . COLLEGE PREP
Bill is fascinated by electronics and math enioys
watching "The Detectives" on TV .. . likes to play baseball . . .
indulges in eating chili . .. lists Natalie Wood and Bobby Darin
RICHARD CARTWRIGHT .. . VOCATIONAL
Dick takes a deep interest in trig and woodwork . . . en-
ioys going to movies in which John Wayne and Debbie Rey-
nolds star dislikes sophisticated persons plans to go
into missionary work.
Ansman Auker Boehmer
Luke Rhodes Schoch
CAROLE A. COSTELLO . . . GENERAL
Carole takes pleasure in bowling and dancing in-
dulges in pizza and hamburgers is heard saying "What?"
... cannot endure cliques ... has a liking for Bing Crosby and
Frank Sinatra enioys Spanish.
RONALD J. FAUST . . . VOCATIONAL
Mouse was active in cabinet shop lists history and
biology as favorite subiects enioys playing baseball
lists Rock Hudson and Kim Novak as favorites ... likes to listen
to Jimmy Rogers' records.
KENNETH R. LUKE VOCATIONAL
Ken was active in electric shop . . . is fascinated by math
enioys watching "Cheyenne" on TV .. . lists Clint Walker,
Janet Leigh, and Jack Scott as favorites plans to attend
RONALD RHODES . . . GENERAL
Ronnie's favorite food is oranges favorite city is
Hollywood favorite song is "California, Here I Come"
left Altoona High early in school term to move to, of all places
RANDALL A. SCHOCH COLLEGE PREP
Randy lists "Maverick" as his favorite TV show
spends most of his time playing football and pool is fre-
quently heard saying the expression "OK" plans to attend
JAMES C. SCOTT . . . GENERAL
Jim enioys all kinds of sports, especially football
likes to watch "The Untouchables" on TV is often heard
saying "No Kidding" really goes for steak future Air
PATRICIA R. TROUTMAN . . . GENERAL
Patricia was a member of Car Teens and Homemaking
Club enioys going swimming and watching the late shows
on TV is irritated by conceited people often heard
saying "Big Deal."
JENNIE A. ZIMMERMAN . . . BUSINESS ED
Jennie takes pleasure in skating and riding horses in-
dulges in eating pizza often .. . favors Robert Mitchum, Debbie
Reynolds, and Elvis Presley . .. has a great dislike for stuck-up
Cartwright Costello Faust
Scott Troutman Zimmerman
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"A year's ending, a life's beginning"
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Written by Darlene Askey
The time has come when we
But you will linger in every heart.
We'll never forget the things we've done,
The past three years have been so much fun.
We'll never forget that very
How we wanted to run
But soon we became a part
The times we've shared
Our goals are set, our aims
And we'll depart when
now seem so few.
the time rolls by.
Remember us, here's our promise true-
We'll ever and always
At last farewell, good luck to all,
May none of your cherished goals e'er fall.
The class of '60 is waving goodbye,
We'll always remember, Altoona High.
Donald R. Ansman, Fred T. Auker, Laurence P. Bauer,
Richard R. Cartwright, Richard S. Dellape, Ronald .l.
Faust, Kenneth R. Luke, Rodney E. Mock, Francis J.
Pruznak, Clarence W. Shelow, Patricia R. Troutman,
William B. Woicik, Robert M. Yon.
Football letterman get sweaters from Joe Cohen
Words by Linda Ickes
We'll remember you
Dear Alma Mater, glorious ever,
Shining light for all endeavor,
Tried and true.
All our happy days,
Those guys and gals so gay
The teachers that we knew
Now bid us all . . . Goodby, Adieu.
We'll remember you
No matter where we go or stray
Though years may take us far away
We'll all return to you someday.
Thy noble sons and daughters sing thy virtues not
Though the time has come to part,
We'll all remember you.
lTune of "l'll Be Seeing You"J
A thing of beauty is an expense forever.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated, left to right: Cora Quay, secretary, Edward Masood, president, Bobbi Jean Harter,
vice president, Doris Price, treasurer. Standing: lexecutive committeej Margy Gey, Susan
Ziegler, Judy Long, Ray Trybus, Ann Quinn.
May 13 marked the biggest social event of
the year for the junior class-the Junior Prom.
Beautifully made decorations, planned by the
of the executive committee and helpers
iunior student body, along with music
by with John Lockard's band, set the
the Penn Alto Hotel for this eagerly
Mr. Barry Mr. Clark Mr. Green
Their annual class picnic was held in June at
Lakemont Park. Dancing, swimming, ricles, skat-
ing, and boating were amusements enjoyed by
all who attended. A picnic lunch added the fin-
ishing touch to a most pleasant and memorable
Miss McGregor Mr. Morse Mrs. Rhodes Mr. Robe
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Mr. Erncst's iunior English class celebrates Lincoln's birthday.
Today - - A Dream
The success of the iunior class this year in
sponsoring school dances and other gala
events was directly traceable to the combined
etiforts of elected otilicers, class sponsors, and
the splendid cooperation given by the entire
The officers, installed at a junior class
meeting, November 5, are as follows: Edward
Masood, President, Bobbie Jean Harter, Vice
President, Cora Quay, Secretary, and Doris
Price, Treasurer. Members of the executive
committee are Judy Long, Susan Zieglar, Ann
Quinn, Ray Trybus, and Marjorie Gey.
Bob Seaberg gives Christmas reading to
Shorthand I students get writing pointers
from Mrs. Gates.
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Mr. Maddoclcs hands over symbol of authority to
iunior class president, Ed Masood.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
First row: Kathy Calderwood, vice president, James Crum, George Notopolous, executive come
mittee. Second row: Carolyn Craine, secretary, Linda Savage, president, Ann Davis, Phyllis
Decker, executive committee, Carol Flegal, treasurer, Linda Harper, executive committee.
A tour of the building during the days before
school began marked the debut of the incoming
Sophomores to Altoona High. Sponsored by the
Key Club, this tour gave the future class of '62
their first introduction to the building and an idea
of just what the next three years would hold.
After having made the necessary adjustments
to their new surroundings, the underclassmen
witnessed a very prosperous year. The second
week of school the sophomore boys met in the
auditorium. Mr. Maddocks extended his official
welcome, Mr. Geesey gave a brief talk on tru-
ency, attendance, and behavior, and Dr. Black
followed up with a concise outline on what was
expected of them as a student. The sophomore
girls assembly which was held the same week
gave the girls' an official welcome to the school.
Mrs. Tussey, the school nurse, Mrs. Helms,
Mr. Bolger Mrs. Crimens Miss .lorkasky Miss Kirchner Miss Metzler Mr. Swan Mr. Van Sci
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Some women prefer snakes to wolves. Queen Linda is crowned at the Valentine Fantasy
Today-Too Much Homework
Girls' Attendance Director, Miss LeVan and
Mrs. Epright gave the girls an outline of cor-
rect behavior beneficial to an enjoyable school
Valentine Fantasy, the theme chosen for
the annual sophomore dance, was the biggest
social event ofthe year. A wishing pond, an
autograph heart, and flying cupids set the
scene for the dance held February 6 at the
Jewish Memorial Center. Queen Linda Sav-
age and her court, Barbara Mantz, Kathy
Sipes, Sharon Myers, Ronna Diviney, and
Kathy Calderwood, presided over the dance,
as couples danced to the music of the Conti-
nentals under the direction of Alex McNamara.
The class was fortunate in having seven
outstanding teachers to guide them in their
Mr. WiIson's business math class really
gets down to fundamentals.
Mr, Yoder explains the facts of plant life.
First row: Fornari, Mace-
donia, Hippo, Hughes, Fer-
guson, White, Halton. Sec-
ond row: Cornell, lngold,
Styers, Fleck, Rutherford,
Cheslock. Third row: Bru-
baker, Gibson, Miller, Wal-
ters, Vaughl, Sartman.
The occupation education students are trained
especially to step into iobs with local firms, and
these iobs are the big rewards for these students
at the end of this year's work at AHS. Through-
out the term, their school day is divided into half-
day courses, the morning classes being prepara-
tion for home management, financial responsi-
bilities, and active citizenship. The afternoon
classes were spent in actual on-the-iob training
in the various businesses and industries of Al-
toona where the students served as stock helpers,
clerks, mechanic's assistants, drivers' helpers, etc.
Valuable contacts with businessmen as well as
letters of recommendation were additional bene-
fits from this iob training program. Confidence
and experience come quickly when working un-
der actual employment situations, and a recent
exhaustive survey indicated that the occupational
education students were so successfully inte-
grated into the working community as the mem-
bers of the graduating class. Furthermore, their
records have shown a less than average iob turn-
over and a gratifyingly high average annual in-
Even putting chains on takes
Student does on-the-job
training in a garage.
Mrs. Rhodes' home room has critical discussion of "The Crisis"
Students with outstanding records of aca-
demic achievement and high mental ability are
scheduled together to receive instruction broad-
ened and enriched beyond the typical course of
study. Creative thinking, writing, and speech
are emphasized and competitive stimulation is
an important by-product of this type of grouping
Students whose vision is limited are provided
with a trained instructor. He tutors them in diffi-
cult subiects, teaches touch typing for home
work purposes, administers examinations, and
works with the nurse and eye doctor to make the
best ofthe student's visual abilities.
Those students unfortunate enough to have
an injury or illness that causes them to miss six
or more weeks of school are not further handi-
capped by failing the school year. High School
instructors are assigned to tutor such students in
their homes and keep them up with their class so
that they fit right in when they return to school.
Ardella Kemmler receives homebound in-
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People are bundles of nervous energy-
more or less attractively formed masses of
molecules. Sparked by the electrical impulses
of the mind, this energy explodes most natur-
ally and happily into dozens of extracurricular
activities, sanctioned and unsanctioned.
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Practical democracy is practiced in school
through the student Senate which is a governing
body composed of twenty-six representatives
from all classes and maior activities. The Sopho-
more, Junior, and Senior classes each have four
representatives which are selected by each class
in its sophomore year. A boy and girl from each
junior high are selected to represent their class
in the Senate. Mountain Echo, Horseshoe and
other major organizations also select representa-
The theme selected by last year's group was
"School Spirit." The goal ofthe Senate is to help
in any situation they can, whether it pertains to
school or community life, and also to provide the
school with the best government possible.
The Senate sponsored a dance after the bas-
ketball game with Beth Center and presented
baskets to needy families during the Christmas
season. The ofticers serving the last term were
Ron Dodson, president, and Ronna Diviney, sec-
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To Be Learned
First row: Miss Bloomfield Cadvisorj, Ainsworth, Savine, Notopolous, Diviney, Dodson, Dickey, Myers,
Ammerman, Harter, Miller. Second row: Gutshall, Goodfellow, Kelchner, Diviney, Szuhai, Calderwood,
Grove Degansky,Crumm. Absent: Mcllnay, Bruno.
Miss Kathryn Bloomfield
The Home Room Representatives, under the
supervision of Miss Kathryn Bloomfield, are one
ofthe greatest assets to our school. Steadily but
silently, the 39 boys and 44 girls who represent
the various home rooms take care ofthe mechan-
ical end of drives, sales, home room programs,
and other school functions. The representatives,
elected by their home rooms, take charge of the
sale of activity tickets, the yearbook, P.T.A. mem-
berships, and many others. They must also keep
records of activity tickets in the event that some-
one should lose his.
Every day part ofthe third period is set aside
for the home room representatives to carry on
important business concerning the members of
their home room in the Senate oftice. Although
they do not function as officers, two representa-
tives, Roy Diviney and Faith Szuhaj, were elected
to serve in the Senate.
And The Duty of Education I5 To Give It Direction
GIRLS' HOME ROOM
First row: Robison, Schandelmeier,
Pechter, Cataldo, Rhodes, D. Bea-
son, Decker, Shinafelt, Gey, Mich-
ael, Russo. Second row: Miss Bloom-
field, Savine, Harper, Davis, Ross,
Taylor, Sluhai, Miller, C. Beasom,
Hollenboch, Shaner. Third row:
Shay, Savage, Stewart, Springman,
Calclerwood, Colabove, Stevens,
Lioy, Rabold, lardieri. Four'h row:
Hoffman, Wilt, Shank, Viti, Long,
Lingenfelter, Banks, Eayle.
BOYS' HOME ROOM
First row: Rickabaugh, Walters,
ullefy, Hartz, Brogden, Frye, Grif-
fith, Beck. Second row: Reifsteck,
Schiff, Eckenrode, Zapotoczny,
Gray, Morse, Pellegrino, Price,
Quay. Third row: Welcovitz, Clap-
per, Walter, Westbrook, Loy, Div-
iney, Russ, Gardner, Baker.
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Once more the Boys' Federation, under the
able sponsorship of Dr. Hugh Black, worked to
its utmost to present an interesting schedule of
events for the male enrollment of Altoona High.
Aiding Dr. Black in the task were the federation's
officers: president, Tom Kerns, vice president,
George Kelchner, and secretary-treasurer,
One of the assemblies sponsored by the fed-
eration was a program at which Congressman
James E. Van Zandt presented his personal com-
ments to the entire school on the recent visit to
this country by Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev.
Along with his speech Mr. Van Zandt answered
questions on current topics which had arisen in
the minds of the audience.
The federation is also the leading organiza-
tion in the school in its attempts to create enthusi-
asm over scholastic sports. Besides its sports as-
semblies, which included movies, exhibitions, and
talks on wrestling, football and basketball, the
federation sponsored a lecture on "Love and Ro-
mance" by a prominent Juniata College sociology
professor and a talk on "Athletics in College" by
James Bund of Juniata College.
BOYS' FEDERATION OFFICERS
Dr. Hugh G. Black
Men Organize To Accomplish
left to right: Charlie Little, George Kelchner, Tom Kerns.
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But Women Make
The Final Decision
Mrs. Ruby K. Crumm
GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS
Left to right: Sandy Savine, Janie Williams, Jackie Robison, Judy Schandelmeier.
Under the excellent leadership of Mrs. Ruby
Crumm, the sponsor, the Girls' League has had
many wonderful programs and has completed
several community projects during this year. All
girls in the school automatically become mem-
bers, and through league-sponsored programs
receive guidance, education, and entertainment.
This year's assembly programs included a
student style show, a talk by Congressman James
E. Van Zandt, and "Christmas Around the World,"
accomplished with the help of the language
As o special project the Girls' League spon-
sored a faculty tea at Christmas time, and at
Easter, with the co-operation of the home rooms,
they sent gifts to the children in the Williamsburg
Home. The Mother-Daughter Banquet and the
Senior Day program were the final events of the
This organization is under the capable leader-
ship of Janie Williams, president, Sandy Savine,
vice president, Jackie Robinson, secretary, Judy
Schandelmeier, treasurer. The executive com-
mittee is made up of Donna Pechter, Donna Rep-
logle, Connie Notopoulos, Darlene Askey, Bar-
bara Mauceri, and Peggy Baird.
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"How did he get in Nurses Aides?" If you Think long enough, somefimes you ge? can idea.
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"We never dreamed we had such a large graduating class."
. . A John Mueller
Editorial Staff: Alfred Ambrose, James Dengler,
Judith Emeigh, Carolyn Evans, Mark Free-
burn, Barbara Lesko, Judith Luci, Arlene
McGee, Robert Santella, Suzanne Saxton, Jon
Typists: Janice Barefoot, Sandra Chathams,
You can get new ideas from old annuals. No typewriter can spell better than its operator.
The Horseshoe Brought
Us Luck At Columbia
The biggest event of the season was the
awarding of first place to the 1959 Horseshoe at
Columbia Scholastic Press Association meeting
in New York on October 15. Miss Jorkasky and
four staff members were on hand to accept the
award and at the same time to pick up many
new ideas to make this year's Horseshoe even
Work on the Horseshoe started in September
soon after the term began. Senior personnels
were distributed and the senior section com-
pleted before Christmas. Faculty, sports, intro-
duction, and activities sections, entailing write-
ups, candid titles, photograph selections, were
processed by the staff and placed in the printers
hands in mid-March.
Only the staff members can know what it
means in work and thought to write all headlines
and captions, to identify all photographs and
grind out copy. lt was work-but it was fun.
Sports department considers football action shots.
The staff at Columbia-It's a first place!
Staff members line up club picture identification
"I don't care if it is for the fifth time--rewrite it!
The Szuhai cousins direct
Mountain Echo activities.
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Meets The Obligation of
Keeping an Improved Public
In October, the Mountain Echo received an in-
ternational first award from Quill and Scroll
Critical Service. Then in November, Bald Eagle
Area High School in Wingate, Pennsylvania, was
host for the Pennsylvania Press Association Con-
vention, where our newspaper received the
award for second place. Barbara Szuhai and
Faith Szuhai, managing editors, Sharon Young,
literary editor, and Miss Mildred Heller, sponsor,
represented our paper.
The newswriting class, taught by Miss Heller,
is beneficial to students who are interested in be-
coming members of the Mountain Echo staff. This
club gives these students essential training neces-
sary for newswriting.
Working hard, the stat? members gather ma-
terial to compile articles concerning students' pro-
jects, student organizations, and other various
school activities. Six fine editions are printed
each year by the Altoona Mirror. Although the
work is hard, the finished product is a worthwhile
"Is the style show more im-
portant than the spelling
We need l'Tl0l'e fflen in CITCU
MOUNTAIN ECHO STAFF
Managing Editors . Barbara and Faith Szuhai
Associate Editors . Carole Dmytryshak,
Literary Editors Patty Spagnola,
Sports Editor Phil Fair
Exchange Editors: Judy DeStefano, Betsy Downs,
Typists: Nancy Emmerson, Linda Kraft, Charles
Bloom, Sandy Crigger.
Reporters: Mary Abraham, Siegfried Boettier,
Mary Brown, Donna Crigger, Theresa Domen-
ick, Trudy Edelman, Nancy Emmerson, Nichol
Forsht, Susan Geist, Betsy Gentry, Sharon Gin-
gerich, Ruby Griffith, Brian Haller, Tom Hea-
cox, Jeanne Houseman, Linda Kaylor, Linda
Kraft, Tony Labriola, Betty Leidy, Mary Anne
Lettscher, Olga Marinelli, Linda Marshall,
Judy Marsden, Ed Masood, Arlene McGee,
Karen Miller, Joanne Nigro, Henry Orberg
Jules Pott, Bill Peterson, Patty Stewart, Cor-
Miss Heller gives expert advice for editorial page.
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"And they said iournalism is an exciting caree
Junior personnel get basic training in newswriting class
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Saxton, Kelley, Knot in picture-Blooml.
fn Is The Sophomores' Best Friend
A small booklet presented to the incoming
sophomores each year, the Compass is designed
to help the new students get acquainted with
Altoona High School. Annually revised, this book-
let is also a handy reminder of all the rules and
regulations that govern the school lives of the
students, and in addition it contains a brief de-
scription ot the major activities of AHS. Without
this book, the sophomores would not easily ob-
tain fundarnental information for their school
Editor and Sponsors check galleys.
The people responsible for this helpful hand-
Editor-in-Chief Marsha Himler
Business Manager , . Donna Viti
Assistant Business Manager Robert Kelley
Editorial Staff . . . Doris Price,
Siegfried Boettier, Charles Bloom
Reporters and Proofreaders: Judy Kensinger, Eve
Davis, Suzanne Saxton, Carolyn Evans, Sandy
Bell, Toni McMonigal.
Typists Lois Focht, Cheryl Noll
Mrs. Mabel Barkman
Today it is modern women who set the
Larry Orkus modestly monhanclles u mellow
Twentieth century musicians resent 16th century music at "Taming ofthe Shrew," Kate: "What florist was havin u fire sale todo ?
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Fronted by the twenty-five member maiorette
corps cmd the ten color guards, the A H S all-boy
marching band performed for all the home foot-
ball games and traveled to Johnstown and Wil-
liamsport. There the host bands, which ap-
peared before the game, relinquished their per-
formance time to the Altoona band. This per-
mitted our units to put on full fifteen-minute
shows and to display the high caliber of musi-
cianship, precision, and twirling skills acquired
under the excellent direction of Mr. John C.
Monti. The maiorettes introduced different rou-
tines, formations, and precision with each per-
formance, which brought plaudits from the fans
repeatedly. Although sudden rains ruined some
costumes and equipment, the show went on with-
out other difficulty. Interesting and enjoyable
half-time shows presented included-"Space
Age," "Our two New States" fHawaii and Alas-
kai, "The Irving Berlin Story" and "The Fabulous
This year the band was paid special honor by
being selected to lead the Pennsylvania Society
Official Delegation in the Cherry Blossom Parade
of Princesses in Washington, D. C., Saturday,
April 9. The expenses of the band, maiorettes,
and color guards were paid by the lnstrumentol
The group spent their two days in Washing-
ton at the Potomac Motor Courts which served as
the headquarters for all activities, including sev-
eral sight-seeing tours and a session in the Cap-
itol Building. Five bus loads of students and
parents stated that a very enioyable time was
had by all.
We Led Pennsylvania
in Cherry Blossom Parade
As usual the band appeared in the patriotic,
seasonal, religious, and civic parades. Fred
Smith, drum major, Barbara Maucieri, head ma-
iorette, and Ann Burget, color guard officer,
headed the groups. Many Altoona citizens re-
corded the events for posterity by taking still and
movie films of the group on the march.
Mr. John Monti
The annual band concert held on April 30,
was titled "Musical Travelogue." Music titles
were suggestive of people and places. "Yellow-
stone Suite," "Morning, Noon, and Night Over-
ture," "Scheherazade Suite" and "Night Flight to
Madrid" were among the band compositions pre-
sented for the first time in Altoona. The soloist
for the concert included Richard Hess playing
"Clarinet Rhapsody," Maynard Burley with "Soul
of the Surf," a baritone solo, and Brad DeVries,
who played "Rhapsody in Blue." "Pairs of Slip-
pers," a sliding novelty, was featured by the
trombone double quartet. Among other novelty
numbers presented was Glenn Miller arrange-
ment of "American Patrol" and a glee club
formed by the band members themselves sang
"Begin the Beguine" and "Night and Day."
Marches included were "The Conqueror" and
"Stars and Stripes Forever." A trumpet trio
composed of Walter Baer, Harry Garrity and My-
ron Kerstetter played "Carnival Variations," a
modern adaptation of "The Carnival of Venice."
In May the Instrumental Parents' Organiza-
tion sent the band, maiorettes, and color guards
to Washington, D. C. to appear in the National
School Patrol Parade. This was an overnight trip
by bus. lt has been the third time in eight years
that the band made this trip.
The annual banquet for the band and orches-
tra, held at the Jaffa Mosque, was another event
which should be remembered. Seniors received
gifts and souvenirs. Dancing and entertainment
Piccolo: McNamara. Bells: Orkus, Maurer. Clari-
nets: Butterbaugh, Culp, De Nisi, Detrich, Fair, Hess,
Hunt, Keagy, Linn, McNamara, O'Brian, Parks, Rep-
logle, Rhone, Sherry, Smelser, Steward, Teeter, Wla-
zlowski, Alto Sax: Alexander, Hughes, Mallory,
McMahon, Nassif, Gebhardt, Hollen. Tenor Sax:
Bankert, Benton, Dietze, Hite, Lytle, Reid, Roncoroni
Trumpets: Baer, Bloomfield, Cashman, Davies, De-
wuld, Dreese, Ebersole, Figard, Garrity, Good, Her-
shey, Hiller, Houseman, Howard, Hunter, Kennedy,
Kerstetter, Liggett, Lynn, Miller, Picano, Santone,
Summers, Treese, Vongehr, Whetstine, Wright.
French Horn: Brown, Fama, Hollenbach, Varnes.
Altoniumz Bravin, Dell, Stevens, Trombone: Alle-
man, DeVries, Dickey, Evans, Gordon, Gosnell, Heim-
bach, Loy, Lynn, Moore, Quigley, Smith, Surver. Bari-
tones: Burley, Decker, Hall, Hooper, Kraft, McGar-
vey, McNeal. Sousnphone: R. Baker, A. Baker, Hil-
lard, Holtzinger, Houser, Irvin, Showalter. Drums:
Austin, Covert, Crawford, Eboch, Giovinazzo, Kelch-
ner, McMahon, Graziosi, Pompa, Quigley, Sigel
Lori and Joe cut capers at the Johnstown game.
DeVries does "Rhapsody in Blue" at concert band
Under the guidance of Miss Dorothy McGreg-
or, the Concert Chorus, consisting of ninety-one
members, has been affiliated with considerable
activity this year. During the month of Decem-
ber, a vocal Christmas selection was presented
for the entire school. The chorus entertained also
forthe Rotary club and forthe amusement of the
Inter-Denominational Youth Rally. On March lo
Concert Chorus attended Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity and presented vocal selections. To end
their outstanding year, the chorus, in unison with
our school orchestra performed for the Com-
mencement day services both on the Sunday prior
to graduation day and on graduation day.
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Harmoniously Blended Young Voices Advertise AHS Afar
First row: Miss McGregor, Eichenlaub, Robinson, Hartzell, Shinatelt, LeCompte, Williams, Wagner, Fama, Musto, Mclaughlin,
Coleman, De Caspers, Rabold, Ickes, Shaw, Russo, Hufford, J.Johnson, Settle. Second row: Wahl, Weld, Hersperger, Heiss,
Weber, B. Johnson, Baxter, Dell, Weatherly, Matlack, Hart, Nolder, Gutshall, Reed, Baker, Mock, G. Smith, Askey, Michael.
Third row: Mather, Gibson, Bushnell, N. Bloom, E. Smith, Diamond, C. Bloom, Rodgers, Schultz, Bookwulter, Neff, Mathieu,
Gwin, Mounts, Root, Focht, Farrow, Adams, Van Dine. Fourth row: Dillen, Miller, Schandelmeier, Burns, Menchey, Rhodes,
Folk, Prave, Myers, Weyer, Maurer, T. Smith, Africa, F. Szuhai, Beasom, Dutrow, Savine. Fifth row: Hess, Stetler, Notopoulos,
Ziegler, Lobb, Corl, Dodson, Nale, Wertz, Vance, Wicker, Houseman, B. Szuhai, Davis, Doutrich.
Left to right: Dodson, Wertz, Matlack, Wagner, Geesey, Rabold, Williams, DeCaspers. Pianist:
Talented Troupers Play PTA, Luncheon Club Circuit
Those voices heard every morning in devo-
tions are none other than the Senior Octet. They
appeared in the first talent show singing "How
High the Moon."
They were enioyed greatly at the Valley View
Home when the group sang "Dear Santa Have
You Had the Measles?" February 5 they were
invited to sing at the V.F.W. The Plank Road
Businessmen's Association had them sing at their
banquet on February 18.
The Senior Sextet is a group formed from the
Concert Chorus. This group added gaiety and
pleasure to the many assemblies in which they
participated. ln the first talent show ofthe year,
they sang only one selection which was "l Could
Have Danced All Night." They were outstand-
ing representatives of the fine senior class as
they sang "Graduation Day" June 3 in the Senior
Left to right: lckes, Shinafelt, Shaw, LeCompte, Hufiford, Robinson. Pianist: Metzlcer.
First Violins: Oswalt, Burget, Burns, Dean, Dickey, Dietzel, Hammon, Houseman, Lee
Leidy, McLaughlin, Szymusiak. Second Violins: Delulius, Detwiler, Evangolista
Evans, Hartzell, Hileman, Reifsteck, Shiffier, Smith, Stine, Summers, Troutman, Wal
ker. Violas: Butler, Detrich, Doretice, Ross. Cellos: Benton, Craine, Detrich, B
Fleck, S. Fleck, Lynn, Tritle. Basses: Barnhart, Carles, Quatrara, Reader, Shrum
0 Achieves Musical Triumph
in March Concert
The Altoona High School Symphony Or-
chestra, with 76 members, featuring a com-
plete instrumentation in every section, is the
largest in the field of school music and is under
the direction of Dr. Russel K. Bohn. This year
the orchestra was invited to play a concert at Dr. Russel Bohn
Juniata College on Friday, April 29, a very
significant occasion for this talented group.
Several members from the orchestra pro-
vided music for entertainment between the
scenes of the annual Language Department
play, The Taming of the Shrew. They were
Janie Stephenson, who played several flute
solos, Cynthia Geesey, who sang three songs,
and Barbara Szymusiak, who played several
violin solos. Dr. Bohn provided a very much
enjoyed extra touch with the harpsicord.
The orchestra contains several smaller
groups within it-the newly formed iunior
string quartet, the fiute trio, and the violin trio.
On Friday, April 22, the orchestra members
went to Pittsburgh to hear the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony Orchestra perform Beethoven's 9th
In the Baccalaureate and Commencement
Services the orchestra featured "The Corona-
tion March" by Meyerbeer, "Cornelius Festi-
val March" by Mendelssohn, and the tradi-
tional "Pomp and Circumstance" by Elgar.
Tuba: lrvin. Percussion: Counsel, Depp. Flutes: Branda, Cruse, Hitchen, Hughes
lsenberg, Stephenson. Oboes: Hitchen, Kennedy, O'Keefe. Clorinets: DeNisi, Hol-
len, McNamara. Bass Clarinet: O'Brian. Bassoons: Hollenbach, Lego. Saxophones:
Copenhaver, Hughes, Roncoroni, Twardon. French Horns: Heimbach, D. Hollenbach
Smeal. Trumpets: Baer, Davies, Good, Treese, Hiller. Trombones: Burley, Holtzin-
ger, Lingenfelter, Lynn. Harps: Kulp, Malloy. Librarians: Good, Tritle. Properties:
Burley, Hughes, Treese.
Rosomunde Overture ' ' Schubert String Trio triumphs on a double-stop tremolo
Horn Concerto in E flat . . ,, .. . . Mozart ,
James Heimbach, soloist
Procession of the Sardar . Ippolitow Iwanow
Violin Concerto in A Maior , ,. . . Mozart
Kay Oswalt, soloist
Dance from Nutcracker Suite Tschaikovsky
Jane Stephenson, Virginia Hughes,
Double Violin Concerto , , . . , Bach
Jeanne Houseman and Susan Dickey, soloists
Hungarian Dance . . . Brahms
"Gigi" . . .,.,, .. . Lerner-Lowe
Rumanian Gypsy Dances arr. Don Wilson
Praeludium . . ,. ., Jarnefelt
Violin Trio in D Minor . Herman
Barbara Szymusiak, Jeanne Houseman,
Hey Presto ,. , , , . Wilson
"The Music Man" ., Willson
MISS McGREGOR'S CHORUS
First row: O'Brian, Baldessaro, Scherden, Burket, Thompson, Rubin, Braclfield, Magree, Moroe, Berkheimer, Kyler, Goetz, Low-
ery, Stehley, Luciano. Second row: Miss McGregor, Freet, P. Wolfe, Lane, Melcher, Glass, Huber, Irwin, Miller, Neff, Morgan,
Stere, Goldberg, Zangrilli, Persun. Third row: Nohaile, Tipton, John, Hollows, Putt, Vasbinder, Grabill, Sackett, S. Wolfe, Ben-
jamin, Champeno, Clark, Yunlcer, Watson. Fourth row: Feather, Brunner, Gehard, Sevello, Brubaker, Hileman, Gabrielson,
Bender, Myers, Batrus, Ickes, Shinatelt, O'Conner.
Enjoy Singing Broadway Musical Comedy Hits
In order to prepare for graduation into Con-
cert Chorus, a mixed chorus, consisting of sopho-
more girls and boys has been practicing through-
out this past year. The girls' chorus has sung
"Roll, Jordan Roll," "No Hiding Place Down
There," "ln My Garden,"and "Love a Merchant"
for the entertainment of various PTA meetings
held this year at Altoona Senior High School.
The Boys' Glee Club has also done its share
by singing "Mr. Blue" in the first student talent
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First row: Miss McGregor, Sandrus, Capriotti,
Peterman, Bohmer, Kaber, Lauer, Gutshall,
Klye, Calise, Robertson. Second row: Mar-
lett, B. Smith, Lioy, Hileman, S. Hatch, Barr,
Ghaner, Kaye, Musto, Francis. Third row:
Rogers, F. Smith, Taneyhill, Troy, T. Hatch,
Flaskey, Fox, Reilly, Root, Lynch. Fourth row:
Brurler, La Morte, Riley, Macionsky, Curry,
Diviney, Gibson, Green, Auranclt, Begalke.
show. This group consists of thirty-seven mem-
bers who have merged together for the sheer
enjoyment of expressing their opinions in the
form of vocal selections.
Both of these groups, under the direction of
Miss Dorothy McGregor, have enjoyed them-
selves, entertained others, and learned harmon-
izing in a year of religious, classical, and popular
Dr. Russel K. Bohn
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Good music from choral literature by such
gifted masters as Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, Han-
del, Tschaikovsky, and Mendelssohn composed
most ofthe repertoire of songs used by Dr. Bohn's
choruses this year, although lighter selections
from lrving Berlin were also used. Most of the
choristers seemed to prefer the more classical
music to some ofthe secular music of the day.
The choruses did not do much singing out-
side the music room except when they sang for
several of the PTA meetings in April and at the
Valley View Home in May, to the accompaniment
of Mary Ann Lee and Carole Sharrar, who also
provided piano accompaniment for the sextets
and trios contained within these extra large
Some of the selections used by the choruses
are Mendelssohn's "How Lovely ls Thy Dwelling
Place" and Brahm's "German Requiem."
Prefer lntricacies of Bach and Brahms
DR. B0l'lN'S CHORUS
First row: Hite, Ramey, Mackey. Second
row: Dr. Bohn, Mock, Lindemer, Kinser, Turn-
baugh, Conte. Third row: Westover, Dense-
vich, Woolridge, Fultz, Koeck, Bender.
Petruchio: "Where is the foolish knave I sent before?
Grumio: Here, sir, as foolish as l was before."
Under the leadership of Miss Sarah Levan,
the Dramatics Department interspersed the year
with a succession of sparkling, well-acted, well-
received plays. Tell It To Tommy, a brief com-
edy, featuring Ralph Wise as Tommy, and Tony
Labriola as a girl brought many laughs from the
audience. Another hilarious comedy, If Boys
Wore Skirts, was also a roaring success.
Girls' League presents Christmas in many lands.
The language classes presented a synopsis of
"Christmas in all Countries" for Girls' League,
with each class singing carols in a foreign lan-
Morris Krape, a student teacher, assisted Miss
Levan with the presentation of Poor Moddelenu
and School Bus Romance.
Tommy ets an earful in "Tell it to Tomm ."
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Thespians Reach New Heights With Shakespeare
The big moment of the 1959-60 dramatics
season was the presentation of Shakespeare's
"Taming of the Shrew" on November 20. For
colorful costuming, skillful staging, and excellent
acting seldom seen in amateur productions, the
"Taming of the Shrew" was a production that
made every person in the audience proud to be
associated with Altoona High School. Progres-
sing smoothly from the first speech to the final
line, the polished suavity of Brad DeVries, the
clowning of Artie Musto, the shrewishness of
Betsy Folk, the winsomeness of Janie Williams,
plus the competence of all the others united to
make Shakespeare's comedy one of the brightest
moments in high school dramatics history.
The members of the cast, in the order of their
appearance, were Betsy Folk, Brad DeVries, Janie
Williams, George Barnhill, Alex McNamara, Fred
Wray, Phil Fair, Chet Sharrar, George Lightner,
Mike Wilson, Charles McAleer, Ralph Wise, John
Vaughn, Nickol Forslmt, Nicky Unger, Carl Barn-
hart, Gloria Risoldi, Pollie Goldberg, and chore-
ographer Joseph Giovanazzo, and dancers Cathy
Davis, Sharon Myers, Connie Notopoulos, Jackie
Robison and Linda Savage.
Petruchio applies physical persuasion.
What! ls Kate meekly obeying her husband?
Grumio: "The conceit is deeper than you think
Bridegroom's ragtag appearance causes con
"Yes, my darling husband you are right
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A. H. S. MAJORETTE5
left to right: Burget, Pfak, Huber, Stetler
Ncgle, Slomonson, Cober, Goldberg, Clin
First row: Keyes, Lego, Atty, Brcidfield. Second row: Gey, McGirk, Harper, Dorefice, Maucieri, Quay,
Ferris, Morvcm, Colabove.
A. H. S. MAJORETTES
Irwin, Hooper, Botrus, Beeson, Ickes, Shincfelt, Muucieri, Kensinger, Gufshczll, Lingenfelfer, Ziegler,
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AWVA officers confer with Miss Sauser-
Miss Heller congratulates Patty Spugnola
on selling her firsf shori slory.
Key Club has valenfine party for crippled children. Advanced math club makes excursion into irigonomelry
ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
First row: J. Johnson, B. John-
son, Downs, Degyansky, Le-
Crone, Gey, S. Fleck, Mr. Ahein,
Adler. Second row: Boettier,
Davis, Oswalt, B. Fleck, Dickey,
Cockbrun, Mr. Wimmer. Third
row: Ambrose, Egan, Nixon,
Osman, Dreese, Replogle.
Togetherness Is Une of Man's Preoccupations.
At least once a month, students selected on
the basis of their scholastic ability and citizenship
meet to probe into the vast world of science.
Founded by Mr. Harold C. Wimmer in l930, the
Academy of Science offers a chance for students
to gain acknowledgment for their proiects in sci-
ence fairs and nationally sponsored science talent
Student officers: Richard Le Crone, president,
Richard Osman, vice president, Milan Degyansky,
treasurer, and Elizabeth Downs, secretary, had
charge of the meetings held the second Monday
of each month to which special speakers from
various fields of science were invited to speak.
Presentations of student proiects and field trips
were also in the program.
First row: Miss Duncan, Gates,
Rhone, Parsons, Rutherford,
Long, Andrews. Second row:
Franks, Rouzer, Hartzell, Byrne,
Taylor. Third row: De Stefano,
Cruse, Tobelmunn, Pine, Love,
The Fellowship Club of Altoona High School
is made up of students who meet every other
Thursday for Christian fellowship. They open
their meeting with prayer and hymns. The pro-
grams are arranged to enrich the spiritual life of
the members. Reverend Benjamin Grove and
Dorothy Tobleman, a member of the club whose
parents are missionaries in Chile, have presented
programs to the members present at the meet-
ings. The club has had some outside activities
such as a visit to Reverend Grove's church in Hol-
The officers of the Fellowship Club are: Presi-
dent, Vicki Sue Taylor, and Secretary, Mary Ruth-
erford. Miss Sarah Duncan and Mr. H. Joseph
Suter are the sponsors of the club.
First row: Miss LeVon, Rubin,
Stephenson, Africa, Rhodes,
Diamond, Smith, Zangrilli, J
Johnson, Kylor, Luci, Weld. Sec
ond row: DeCaspers, Askey
Turnbaugh, Clark, Bushnell, Hit
chen, Davis, B. Johnson, Shrum,
Francis, Wise. Third row: Lets
cher, John, Lardieri, F. Szuhai,
B. Szuhaj, Downs, Oswalt, Fleck,
Gutshall, Fox. Fourth row
Reed, N. Davis, Van Dine, Dod
son, Diviney, Dreese, Park, Deg
yansky, Huber, Lingenfelter.
It Extends Uutward Beyond the Marriage Bond--
One of Altoona High's more successful and
beneficial clubs is the College Club. This organi-
zation, under the supervision of Mr. Paul G.
Adams and Miss Sarah L. LeVon, has aided many
aspiring college prep seniors to attain their goals
of attending college. The major purpose of the
club is to acquaint students with different col-
leges, their entrance requirements, courses, and
To achieve their purpose, the club sponsors
the distribution of college pamphlets and docu-
mentary films. The club has also obtained bro-
chures from various institutions for the benefit
of the members.
This year the officers chosen by the club's
eighty-five members were Jeff Dietze, president,
Virginia Hughes, vice-president, and Ann Burget,
Two people who have great interest in the
College Club, Mrs. Ruby Crumm and Dr. Hugh
Black, head a committee to assist club members
and other interested students to obtain college
scholarships. At the first meeting of the club this
year in the auditorium, Dr. Black spoke on exist-
The club awakens the members to the fact
that there are two sides to college life, one good
and one bad. The members are made aware of
the fact that they have the choice to make them-
selves about which life they will lead during their
college years. Good advice is given on develop-
ing good study habits. Helpful hints on how to
study for the scholarship tests and the College
Boards are freely given by Dr. Black and Mrs.
The colleges represented in the College Con-
ference are recommended by the College Club.
The club recognizes a need for various types of
hill, Kazmaier, Salmond.
First row: Kaylor, Robison N
topoulos, Miller, Watson, Gold
berg, Beasom, Dean, Dmytry
shok, Michael, Eichenlaub
Spagnola. Second row: Dullen
Williams, Dumm, Ramey, Lobb
Himler, McGee, Krywokulskl
Frey, Anslinger, Marinelli M
Adams. Third row: Lauer, Mat
lack, Shriver, Szymusiak, Kraft
Geesey, Folk, Burget, Weather
ly, Wagner, Gordon. Fourth
row: Morris, Benton, Dletze
Kerns, Nale, Glashauser, Barn
.5 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
First row: Miss Krause, Wilson
Weld, Murphy, Stere, Fields
McClain, Parsons, Musto, Con
rad. Second row: Caswell
The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of
America is to bridge the gap between business
and school. Students whose grades in business
subjects are a four average or better are eligible
for membership. The club has sponsored two
field trips, one to the A 8g P office and one to the
First National Bank. The club also sponsored a
dance after the West Scranton 'Football game.
The club received the Gold Seal Award from the
National Headquarters for various activities.
Heading the club was Carole Stere, with Annette
Weld as vice-president, Patty Fields as secretary
and Linda Murphy as treasurer. The club is spon-
sored by Miss Hazel C. Krouse and meets twice
FUTURE NURSES OF
First row: Graffius, Scherden,
Rispoli, Mosel, Wolfe, Porter,
Domenick, Shinafelt, Eichenlaub,
Nigro. Second row: Miss Gould,
Miller, Hippo, Marlin, Huftord,
Shaw, Hricko, Davis, Hauk.
Third row: Turnbaugh, Fro-
nauer, Seuffert, Ainsworth, le-
Compte, Franks, Dean. Fourth
row: Bushnell, Sackett, Dickey,
Reffner, Bender, Steele, Clinger.
Stohl, Beatty, Ramey, Kuhn
Knepp, Mantz, Harbula, Reed
Focht, Couch. Third row: Tho
mas, O'Connor, S. Lee, Angeski
Davis, Hoover, Stitt, Krywokul
ski, Irwin, Hainzey, C. Lee.
Under the guidance of Miss Myrtle Gould and
Mrs. Amy Morrow the Future Nurses of America
was formed in the spring of 1959. Theresa Dom-
enick, president, was elected to head the organi-
zation, while the members also elected Sally
Wolfe as secretary-treasurer, Bonda Shinafelt as
vice president, and Laurie Porta as historian to
aid the president.
During the year the group heard talks by Miss
Greiner, director of nursing at the Altoona Hos-
pital, and also by a Navy nurse. They made
Christmas favors for the people at the Valley
View Home, made a field trip to a hospital, and
attended Open House at the Altoona Hospital.
Membership is determined by a scholastic
average of 3.5 or above. The organization
strives to acquaint its members with duties of
First row: Marlett, Weigand.
Second row: Helsel, Lohman,
It Enhances, Profits From Human IndividuaIity--
Guarding school crossings to ensure the safe-
ty of students and teachers of Altoona High is the
main task of the Safety Patrol, which is under the
sponsorship of Mr. Archie Umstead and Mr. Ron-
ald Rickens, with Donald Weigand as captain.
The eight members met every Thursday in the
Visual Aides office. They served efficiently dur-
ing fire drills, participated in the activities of Car-
Teens Club, and aided in many other school func-
tions when needed. Mr. Walter Grove, a former
Mayor of Altoona, founded the organization.
Letter awards were given to members who
had a good record of attendance and duty. Dur-
ing the first year a student may have earned a
felt letter, second year, a chenille letter, and the
third year, a special Merit Award.
Quill. and 5c1mlL
Every week on Saturday morning, the mem-
bers ofthe Quill and Scroll club meet at the WRTA
studios to broadcast a student-written play or to
interview some local person with an especially
Each year the Quill and Scroll sponsors many
contests which are conducted in the school. Corn-
petition ran high for the short story, poetry, essay
contests, and several international contests held
on behalf of the International Quill and Scroll
This year Sharon Young was elected vice
president of the district Central Pennsylvania
Scholastic Press Association.
Guiding the club's activities were Phil Fair,
president, Jules Patt, vice president, Sharon
Young, secretary, and Patty Spagnola, treasurer.
4 QUILL AND SCROLL
First row: DeStefano, Spang
nola, Fair, Patt, Young, Dmytry
shak. Second row: Ziegler, F
Szuhaj, Houseman, Baumgart
ner, Koch, B. Szuhai, Himler
FUTURE TEACHERS OF
First row: J. Johnson, Shrum,
Diamond, Savine, Szymusiak,
Wagner, Reed, Garter, Bloom-
field, Corbin, Africa, Weld, Mrs.
Epright. Second row: Luci, F.
Szuhai, Smith, Gutshall, Burget,
Hughes, B. Johnson, Beasom,
Marinelli, Kaylor, Michael. Third
row: B. Szuhai, Hilton, Lar-
dieri, Oswalt, Speech, Stover,
Hill, Thomas, Kylor. Fourth
row: Francis, Weatherly, Deng-
ler, Diveney, Park, Clapper,
It Is the Spark to Make an Interest Group Click
The Future Teachers of America is made up of
one hundred Junior and Senior students inter-
ested in teaching. Those interested in becoming
elementary and secondary teachers receive prac-
tical experience through this organization. The
sponsors, Mr. Richard Van Scoyoc and Mrs. Grace
Epright, arrange for certain elementary teachers
to take one of the members for a day. During
the day the student had the opportunity to teach
the class for a short period.
The club invited speakers to address the
group on teaching as a career and howto choose
their college. Mrs. Ruby Crumm spoke to the
group on how to prepare for a college education
and on scholarships available.
First row: Ammerman, Porta,
Stephenson, Quatrara, Burns,
McLaughlin, Rubin, Eichenlaub.
Second row: John, Bender, Las-
ser, Mock, Rhodes, Koeck,
Houseman, Fratkin, Frey. Third
row: Anslinger, Dean, Adams,
Saxton, Lioy, Shannon, Detrich,
Letscher, Mr. Van Scoyoc.
Fourth row: Miller, Fleck, Van
Dine, Baird, Schulz, Fargotstein,
Lingentelter, Krywokulski. Fifth
row: Lobb, Kraft, Goldberg,
Stetler, McGee, Watson.
On January 21, the club sponsored a tea for
Dr. Denniston and the members of the school
Indiana State College is the goal for many of
the members. That is why early in the spring
the club toured the campus.
Hard working student members such as Bar-
bara Szymusiak, president, Terry Wagner, vice
president, and Mariory Reed, secretary-treasurer,
have made this club one ofthe most outstanding
in Altoona High School. Many undecided stu-
dents have made up their minds about teaching
as a profession through the aid of this club.
CAR TEENS' CLUB
First row: Smith, Lear, Andrews,
Irwin, Alexander, Rhodes, lgo,
Kline, Porta, Long. Second row:
Clark, King, DeGol, Burkhart,
Gehard, Schulz, Boore, Wales,
Beck, Golcly, Fleck, Stiver. Third
row: Mr. Umstead, Oswolt, Wilt,
Carothers, Ptak, McArthur, Har-
ris, Farber, Liebegott, Zangrilli,
Dutrcw, Bulman, Miss Lauver.
Fourth row: Schmittle, Parsons,
Relifner, Park, Price, Emerick,
Samuels, Snyder, Gallagher,
First row: Mr. Johns, Settle,
Hersperger, Hufforcl, Marketti,
Clinger, De Biase, Shaffer, Fug,
Iistaller. Second row: Schmelz-
len, Batrus, Seidel, Dosh, Lane,
Burns, Saxton, Neff. Third row:
Etters, Wagner, Marlett, Cre-
peav, Bloom, Lauer, Rorabaugh,
Batrus, Goldberg. Fourth row:
Helsel, Irvin, Nixon, Lohman,
Fyan, Johnson, Bruder, Green,
First row: Mr. Rickens, Hilton,
Smith, Smeal, Grim, Grimming-
er, Hollows, Coble, Lockard,
Second row: Guerin, Rhodes,
Bidoli, Luther, Hayes, Frey,
Brunner, Franks, Datres. Third
row: Young, Tully, Salmond,
Shultz, Arthures, Hustler, Mur-
phy. Fourth row: Buckreis,
Fahr, Baker, Clapper, Leasure,
Wilson, Sell, Holmes.
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Km, Jenna' Klub
Meeting once a month in the Altoona High
School is the custom of the Car-Teens Club, under
the sponsorship of Mr. Archie E. Umstead, Miss
Marie Lauver, Mr. Martin E. Johns, and Mr. Ron-
ald G. Rickens. This club, founded in 1955 by
Mr. Umstead, is made up of 180 students from
the Drivers Education classes, whose purpose is
to stimulate interest in better driving and also to
present a worthwhile safety program. Every
year during the Christmas season it has been a
project of the club to distribute baskets of food
to selected needy families. Since January, 1959,
David Lozinski has locally won the Teenage
Road-eo, another proiect sponsored by the club.
This group also sponsored a trip to Swigart Mu-
seum of antique automobiles in Huntingdon, and
arranged the annual Christmas Carol Sing. The
Car-Teens Spring Dance is another proiect of the
The officers for this year are as follows:
Samuel Alexander, president, Dixie Rhodes, vice
president, Ruth Igo, secretary, Patty Irwin, treas-
urer, and Janice Kline, publicity.
VARSITY A CLUB
First row: Bravin, Stevenson,
Sipes, Crumm, Faris, Hess,
McNamara, Kersteter, Ramsey,
Hofer. Second row: Schuster,
Caracciolo, McCool, Glashous-
er, Curry, Kerns, Diviney, West-
brook, Barnhill. Third row: Mr.
Betar, Dodson, Little, Graffius,
Harrity, Mr. Rickens. Fourth
row: Mr. Bolger, Lamca, Schmit-
tle, Weyant, Riley, Montgomery,
Flanagan, Smith, Gutshall, Mr.
It Is One of the Bases of Human Understanding
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To bring together all the boys participating
in the various sports who have received their var-
sity "A" letters is the obiective of the Varsity "A"
Club. This club was started many years ago
by former members of our athletic teams who
had won their letters.
Outstanding personalities give talks on all
phases of sports, and the fellows sponsor at least
two dances a year. Honors are provided for
any member receiving recognition above the nor-
mal amount needed for obtaining a varsity letter.
Each member also receives a Varsity "A" pin.
Mr. Herb Betar, Mr. Albert Cellini, and Mr.
Ronald Rickens sponsored the club this year. The
forty members elected Lou Glashauser, president,
Charles Little, vice president, Ron Dodson, secre-
tary, and Richard Hess, treasurer.
First row: Replogle, Orkus, Bo-
ettier, Brown, Egan, Wise, Kel-
chner, Degyansky, Adler, Grove,
Smelser, Keagy, Unger, Noto-
poulos, Klevans. Second row
Bloomfield, Salmond, Koch
Patt, Faris, Parsons, Drenning
Fair, Hite, Garrity, Detrich,
Alexander. Third row: Mr
McDowell, Womer, McCloskey
Olszewski, De Vries, Peterson
Kazmaier, Diviney, Hess, Le-
Crone, Morse, Filer, Stoner, My-
ers. Fourth row: Clapper, Nas-
sif, Brett, Kerstetter, A. McNam
ara, T. McNamara, Dodson, Loy
Holtzinger, Rizzo, Reed, Nixon,
Key Club is an organized service club of boys
dedicated to think of and work for others. This
club provides an opportunity tor boys to present
themselves in useful and unselfish service. The
members work for all school social events, spon-
sor busses to athletic events, and show the in-
coming sophomores around the school on orien-
Kiwanis Club and Key Club International
gave special recognition to the club for being
one of the outstanding organizations in the state.
A Valentine party for crippled children was
guided by George Kelchner, president, Ralph
Wise, vice president, Milan Degyanslcy, secretary,
Dick Adler, treasurer, and Bob Egan, Jules Patt,
and Ken Drenning, board of directors.
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GERMAN SOCIAL CLUB
First row: Letscher, Boettier,
Heacox, Hughes. Second row
Miss Ficker, Burns, Ardrey, Wil
liams, Himler, Young, Ammer
man, McLaughlin, De Lozier.
Third row: Miss Temple, Adams
Bender, Baumgartner, Folk,
Rhodes, Mock, Frey, Van Dine
Fourth row: Coleman, Matlack
Smelser, Clapper, Bloom, Hart
It ls One Answer to the Desire to Belong--
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The obiectives of the German Social Club is
to promote the usage of the German language,
to increase knowledge of Germany, and to learn
about different customs.
Sponsored by Miss Anna N. Temple and Miss
Ida E. Ficker, the club was composed of twenty-
five students interested in following the club's
The club held its meetings twice a month after
school. At the meetings the members discussed
topics concerning the German language or cus-
toms. A German play was one of the projects
presented by the club. The meetings were ad-
iourned with the serving of German refresh-
The officers were as follows: president, Sieg-
fried Boettier, vice president, Thomas Heacox,
secretary, Virginia Hughes, treasurer, Mary Anne
Letscher, and program chairman, Beverly Van
To emphasize the importance of worthy home
and community life, to encourage the practical
use in the home of information learned in school,
to foster development of creative leadership, and
to help teenagers recognize and become better
able to cope with their problems were Miss Ruth
McKerihan and Miss Alma Point's purposes for
forming this new organization called the Home-
This year Wanda Graffius served as presi-
dent, Peggy Cummings as vice president, Carol
Byrne as secretary, and Carol Reffner as his-
Many activities were scheduled throughout
the year, among which were a talk from repre-
sentatives from the People's Natural Gas Com-
pany and Penn Electric Company, demonstrations
on gift wrapping and sewing corduroy, and a
trip to Penn State in March.
To become a member one must enroll in a
homemaking class and have an average of three
trow, Michaels, Rhodes.
First row: Andrews, Byrne
Grafiius, Cremmings, Reffner
Beason, Bulman, Moran, Fugns
taller. Second row: Bare, Ge
hard, De Gol, Corbin, Hartzell
Boore, Lloyd, Neff, Hogans
West. Third row: Poorman
Newkirk, Mollica, lane, Benla
min, Berkheimer, Lytle, Fleck
Fourth row: Miss McKerihan
Mrs. Points, Putt, Rudisill D
First row: Mrs. Harbaugh, Ma-
gree, De Biase, Gralfius, Miller,
S. Wolfe, Shaw, Stehley, Ris-
poli, Dean, Hilton, lowery.
Second row: P. Wolfe, Hippo,
Davis, Hufford, Baumgartner,
Clinger, Fronauer, Beasom, Mar-
lin, Smith, Stefanini. Third row:
Steele, Morgan, Ziegler, Sac-
kett, Dickey, Seuffert, Bender,
Datres, Franks, Seidel. Fourth
row: Watson, Domenik, Porter,
Reffner, Hill, Myers, Counsel,
It Spurs Us On to Greater Achievements--
Any girl belonging to one of Mrs. Miriam Har-
baugh's bacteriology classes may volunteer to be
a "Yellow Jacket" at the Altoona Hospital after
school and on Saturdays for her class project. The
members are divided into five groups which con-
sist of about i6 girls each. To acquaint the girls
with the numerous duties and prospects of nurs-
ing and to help the undecided make up their
minds are some of the purposes of this helpful
organization. These girls perform all the duties
of a nurse's aide during their eighty hours in the
On their first day the girls have a class in-
structed by Mrs. Cecere in which they are in-
formed of their duties. Then they are divided
into groups of two or three and sent to different
sections of the hospital. Some of the routine du-
ties performed are giving baths, delivering and
collecting dinner trays, feeding patients, giving
fresh water, and going to central supply for
things needed. One of the most important duties
of the nurse's aide is her task as a comforter and
The only reward for the work done by these
girls is the feeling of satisfaction that comes
from serving others and assistance in getting
into a desired nursing school.
First row: Mosel, J. Scherden,
Cataldo, Beasom, C. Scherden,
Nigro, Africa, J. Johnson, Eich-
enlaub, B. Johnson. Second
row: Carothers, Robin son,
Doretice, Szymusiak, F. Szuhai,
B. Szuhai, Miller, Askey, Shina-
felt. Third row: Benzel, John,
H a u k, Bushnell, Le Compte,
Ainsworth, Harris, Turnbaugh,
Clark, Marinelli, Dumm, Noto-
poulos. Fourth row: Rhodes,
Kerlin, Wogan, Carles, Huber,
Kraft, Rudisill, Beckel, Burket,
SENIOR USHERS' CLUB
First row: Stephenson, Pechter,
Dillen, Robison, Williams, Gee-
sey, Corbin, Weld, Africa, B.
Johnson, J. Johnson. Second L
row: Schandelmeier, Diamond,
Reed, Notopoulos, A s k e y,
Rhodes, Beasom, Cornelius,
Kaylor, Luci. Third row: Savin,
Ziegler, Irwin, McGee, Dumm,
Gutshall, Oswalt, D o w n s,
Hughes, Clark, Goetz, Miss Jor-
kasky. Fourth row: Shinafelt,
Kraft, Van Dine, Corl, Burget,
Szymusiak, Ainsworth, Bush-
nell, Lobb, Michael.
Without togetherness, man is a lonely individual.
The Ushers' Club was founded in 1945 by
Miss Elizabeth E. Eyre for the purpose of assisting
guests attending Altoona High School functions
and games to find their seats.
At the football games the sixty-five members
wear maroon and white caps, hand out pro-
grams, and help seat people. They also usher
for the Language Department play, Baccalaure-
ate, Commencement, Orchestra and Band Con-
certs. The only appreciation any of them re-
ceive is an occasional thank-you note from a
teacher, but of course they have the satisfaction
of a job well done.
Miss Marie N. Lauver and Miss Benito Jor-
lcaslcy take hours from their busy schedules to
sponsor this organization. They receive nothing
forthe many hours of work they put in planning
for the clubs except, perhaps, the deep apprecia-
tion of the girls and the school. For them this is
Every spring girls are nominated and voted
upon by the old members. The girls receiving
the highest number of votes are accepted. From
these the lieutenants automatically become cap-
tains the following year. This year, accepting
the responsible jobs as captains are Donna Cor-
bin and Cindy Geesey. These girls must give up
much of their free time to work with the spon-
sors and organizing the club's functions. Next
year these positions of honor and responsibility
go to the lieutenants for this year, Peggy Baird
and Nancy Mounts.
JUNIOR USHERS' CLUB
Muri, Dietzel, Dickey, Gwin
First row: Baird, Mounts. Sec
ond row: Hill, Lee, Mattas
Burns, Chamberlin, Harter, Bar
ry, Ammerman. Third row
Miss Lauver, Fratkin, Quay
One of the reasons that man has pro-
gressed above the level of the animals is that
he has the inborn desire to strive. That striv-
ing goes beyond conquering enemies, pro-
curing daily sustenance and adequate shelter.
lt extends into the world ofthe mind and into
the world of the spirit. But mostly it manifests
itself in team and individual striving in the
world of sports.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
First row: Curry, Gutshall, Kerns, Westbrook, Zapotoczny, Diviney, Glashouser, Little, Dodson, Riley, Crumm. Second row:
Auker, Geis, Kennedy, Conrad, Columbo, Flanagan, Riccio, Gardner, Bryar, Caracciolo, Graftius. Third row: Runk. Fourth
row: Williams, DeBolt, Masur, Schuster, Harris, Dinges, McColl, Montgomery, Gibson, Pittman, Weyant, Keyes, Baker, Good-
fellow, Truax, Manspeaker, Wachter.
Last fall AHS enjoyed one of the finest sea-
sons ever experienced on the gridiron. Only a
sad quirk of fate kept the team from an unde-
feated season. The blotch on an otherwise clean
slate came against arch-rival Johnstown.
In the opening game against DuBois the
Mountain Lions rolled over the Beavers by a score
of 54-O, the largest margin ever recorded against
a DuBois team. Scoring was diversified, with
eight AHS gridmen breaking into the scoring
The following Friday Altoona won the first
leg of winning back the "Silver Scoop," given an-
The coaches: Mr. Strohm, head football
coach, Mr. Rickens, line coach, Mr. Dinges,
quarterback coach, Mr. Fields, back coach.
nually to the winner of games between Altoona,
Windber and Johnstown. With surprising ease
the Mountain Lions outclassed the Windber Ram-
blers 27-l2. Although almost the entire squad
saw action, the individual hero was halfback,
Gutshall, who scored three touchdowns and
made a number of long runs.
On successive weekends the Mountain Lions
scored impressive victories over Pittsburgh, Fifth
Avenue, and McKeesport.
The following game, against West Scranton,
promised to be one of the top attractions of the
Managers: First row: Dugal, Pheasant,
Davensizer. Second row: Jewell, Bru-
baker, lacovetti, McMullen.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
Team honors Strohm after final football victory.
Cheerleaders mourn our only loss.
54 DuBois 0
27 Windber 'I2
32 Fifth Avenue I3
40 McKeesport 'I3
44 West Scranton 0
44 Milton Hershey 0
38 New Castle 7
6 Johnstown 'I3
27 Duquesne 7
19 Williamsport 'I4
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West Scranton was not only undefeated, they
had held every one of their opponents score-
less. This was changed with electrifying
swiftness when Gutshall bulled over on the
second play of the game. This seemed to
have a demoralizing effect on the Easterners,
and Altoona went on to win 44-12.
After easy wins over Milton Hershey and
New Castle, the Lions came face to face with
Johnstown. Both teams had identical 7 and
O records, and their play showed why.
Although the Lions had two first-half touch-
downs nullified, they still carried a 6-O lead
to the locker room at half-time, thanks to full-
back, Jerry Riley. In the second half Johns-
town received some fortunate breaks as well
as playing inspired football, all of which
added up to a 13-6 Troian victory.
Although saddened by the loss, the boys
came right back to trounce Duquesne and tra-
ditional foe, Williamsport, to end the season
with a nine and one record.
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nificent team effort throughout the entire sea-
son, a few ofthe players became distinguished
in athletic circles throughout the state.
The player most recognized on our team
was Robert lGeechJ Gutshall, who was ac-
corded the honor of being selected as one
halfback on the All-State team and the Big
Among the other players, Jim Curry, Mike
Westbrook, and Lou Glashouser were chosen
by state-wide sport writers to get All-State
honorable mention. Lou Glashouser also re-
ceived the Blanket Award, given annually to
the team's most valuable player by Mr. Joe
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First row: Davensizer fManagerJ, Harris, Dickerson, Pittman, Maiser, Columbo, Gibson, Keyes, Riccio,
Baker, Williams, Manspeaker, Pheasant fManagerJ. Second row: Geis, Runk, Corle, DeAntonio, Petrou,
Ropp, Schultz, McConnel, Kester, Coley, DeBolt, Henry, Schuster. Third row: Wolfe, McGill, Bennett, Jones
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Under the coaching of Jack Hopper and Cyril
Ramsey, Altoona's "B" team posted a 4-2 record,
being defeated twice by the Johnstown Junior
ln the opening game Altoona was defeated
by Johnstown by a score of 7-0 at Johnstown.
After blocking a punt in the third quarter on the
Trojan 20-yard line, the little Lions moved the
ball 6 yards to the 14, only to lose it to Johnstown
Altoona's first win came at Mansion Park
over Windber's "B" team 20-13. Howard Keyes
recovered a Windber fumble, and six plays later
Joe Schuster raced 40 yards for the first Altoona
score. Altoona led at the half 14-7 when Dan
Gels raced over left guard for 10 yards and pay-
dirt. Geis tallied again in the fourth quarter to
give Altoona her final score.
Altoona defeated Tyrone 33-6 for its second
win at the loser's field. Dan Geis found paydirt
Coaches: Mr. A. Cyril Ramsey, Mr. Jack Hopper. Geech C571 inhibits Windber 1571.
Riley scores first quarter touchdown against our arch rivals.
J . V. Geech gains goal against Williamsport, and like-
Backs Up Lions
three times and Manspeaker and Runk once a
piece, Tyrone's only score came on an 80-yard
Altoona blanked Williamsport 26-O at Man-
sion Park for its third straight win in four starts.
All players saw action when the coaches cleared
the bench in the fourth quarter.
Altoona was handed its second defeat at
Mansion Park by Johnstown's "B" team 26-7. Joe
Schuster found paydirt for the little Lions' only
Altoona closed its season with a 'I4-6 win
over Robertsdale. Graffius tallied twice for
Altoona and shared P.A.T. honors with Traux.
J. V. FOOTBALL SCORES
0 Johnstown 7 -
20 Wincllaer 13
33 Tyrone 6
26 Williamsport 0
7 Johnstown 26 A'
'I4 Robertsdale 6
T00 Totals 58
wise against McKeespcrt.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
First row: Tanneyhill, Bartley, Kerns, Curry, Aurandt, DeNicola, Strawmier. Second row: Nelson Cman
agerj, Olszewski, Riley, Crumm, Loy, Patt, Brown Kmanagerl.
A sad quirk of fate kept the Altoona
cagers from winning its fifth straight district
six championship by losing to Johnstown
65-60. The Lions got off to a slow start, but
came back to tie up the ball game in the
third quarter. ln the fourth period the Tro-
ions scored six charity tosses, which was
enough to turn the tide in their favor.
In the first playoff games Altoona ex-
perienced an easy win over North Cambria
79-46. The cagers then outplayed Lewis-
town at every turn to score an impressive
win 64-47. Dave fTurtleJ Aurandt and Jerry
Bartley were high scorers of the evening
with nineteen points each.
The chargers of Coach Jim O'Donnell
started off their regular season by toppling
a well balanced Windber team 57-51. The
Lions then overthrew Chambersburg 68-55
on the losers' home floor.
Playing their best game of the season
wasn't enough for the O'Donnell boys as
Farrell displayed some pin-point accuracy
from the foul line to defeat the locals 69-60,
on the Mosque hardwood. Jim Curry was
high with 34 points.
Mr. James J. O'Donnell
Cagemen Rack Up a 22 To 3 Record This Year
This loss however did not discourage the
Altoona cagers as they then went on to overthrow
Beth Center, 74-51, with Jerry Bartley emerging
as high scorer of the contest with 22 points, and
then toppled Franklin-Conemaugh 77-56.
The Altoona Quintet then lost a close game to
Camden High School from N..l. 66-63 in the
Cambria County War Memorial tournament. The
cagers next toppled Wampum 77-56 in the same
In the next game the chargers of Coach Jim
O'Donnell proved to be too much for arch-rival
Johnstown as they upset the Troians 71-61 onthe
losers' home court.
The rnost exciting game of the season, played
with DuBois, proved to be close the whole way.
The lead changed hands many times throughout
the game, but the Lions finally went out in front
for good with two minutes remaining when
Obviously this play is slanted in someone's favor
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
57 Windber 51
53 Greensburg 39
69 Chambersburg .55
60 Farrell . . 69
74 Beth Center 51
77 Franklin Conemaugh Twp. 56
63 War Memorial Tournament 66
74 War Memorial Tournament 46
71 Johnstown . . 61
67 Punxsutawney 50
55 Williamsport 44
44 DuBois . 42
60 Johnstown 40
72 Kittanning 63
54 Williamsport 39
70 Conemaugh 59
68 Punxsutawney 42
58 Franklin Conemaugh Twp. . .46
65 DuBois . 49
75 Conemaugh ., 46
64 Windber 52
51 Hanover . . 32
79 N. Cambria ,46
64 Lewistown 47
60 Johnstown . 65'
1,613 Totals 1,276
Curry starts a sinker against DuBois.
Curry topped in a rebound and Tanneyhill hit
with a long set shot to give us the maior vic-
tory we needed to win the first moving contest
The chargers of Coach Jim O'Donnell again
proved to arch-rival Johnstown that they were
not a team to be messed with as they downed
the Troians by an impressive score of 60-40.
The Lions annexed their thirteenth win of
the season by handing a scrappy Williamsport
team a 54-40 loss. This is the twelfth straight
time that the Lions have defeated the million-
aire team. Dick DeNicola took individual hon-
ors in the contest as he scored 16 points for
Curry's long arm stops a Johnstown score
lay Bartley Aurandt
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Next the Mt. Lions encountered ct strong
DuBois team, but the chargers of Coach
O'Donnell outhustled the Beavers 65-49 to
notch another satisfying win in their many
lt took only three seconds for the Lions to
score in their final game of the regular season,
and then the chargers of Coach Jim O'Donnell
went on to score at will as they notched their
l8th win of the year in handing Conemaugh
High School a lopsided 75-46 setback at the
Roosevelt Court. Every member of the start-
ing quintet managed to score in the double
figures for Altoona, with the scoring being
evenly divided among the entire squad.
Although the Lions didn't take the District 6
title, they proved to be a great team with a
highly respectable record of 20 wins and 2
losses. It was a good year.
First row: Neuman, Myers, Chesney, Costlow, Runk, Geis, McGee. Second row: Goodfellow, Liepold,
Austin, Henninger, Drenning, Mr. Betar KCoacl1J.
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The Baby Lions had a great season under
Coach Walter Betar. The Altoona Junior Var-
sity ending their season with a highly respectable
record of 14 wins and 5 losses.
The Baby Lions reeled ot? five straight vic-
tories betore dropping one to Johnstown 42-26,
but Coach Betar's cagemen came back to over-
throw Punxsutawney 35-33. The Little Lions next
dropped three in a row and then won the rest
of their encounters.
The game with Williamsport proved to be
close the whole way. The Baby Lions snapped
a three game losing streak as Dan Geis' two foul
throws in the final seven seconds resulted in a
37-34 win over the millionaire team.
The Altoona Cagemen experienced double
victories over Windber, 42-33 and 40-35, Punx-
sutawney, 35-33 and 55-32, and Conemaugh,
57-33 and 57-31.
The Altoona Junior Varsity racked up their
highest score ofthe season when they romped to
a 73-36 victory over the visiting Beth Center jay-
vees. Tom McGee, Neuman, Myers, and Costlow
are the boys to watch on the varsity next season.
J. V. BASKETBALL SCORES
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52 .. . .. Greensburg ,. 31
43 . ..,... Chambersburg ,. 30
44 ,. ...... Farrell ,. 22
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35 .,,. . ,..,. Punxsutawney , . 33
43 , Williamsport 56 K
41 .., , DuBois 46 '
26 .... .... J ohnstown , . . 34'
42 ..,. ,, Kittanning .45-
37 . Williamsport .. .. 34
57 ..,. .. Conemaugh 33
55 .. . ..... ..... P unxsutawney , . 32
33 , Franklin-Conemaugh Twp. 22
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57 . .. . ..., Conemaugh . ,. . . .31
40 .. ,.,.. Windber . , 36
33 . ...., Hanover ,. 31
823 Totals 651
Baby Lions Show Great Promise For Future
We say good-by to silver scoop trophy-temporarily.
"Victory! Victory! is our cry!" were the shouts
heard coming from ten vivacious cheerleaders
dressed in maroon and white uniforms. These
girls cheered our team on to victory, attending
all the sports events sponsored by our school.
Promoting school spirit and creating the feel-
ing of enthusiasm among the fans, these girls
worked out many new cheers much to the delight
ofthe students. The most favorite was a beatnik
version to the theme from "Peter Gunn."
The cheerleaders were chosen in the spring of
'59 not only for their cheering ability, but also on
the basis of scholarship, personality, and citizen-
ship, by sponsor and director, Miss Dorothy
McGregor. The captains are Darlene Askey and
Connie Notopolous. The co-captains are Judy
Shandelrneier and Carol Dillen.
First row: Barry, Hershberger, Robison, Dillen, Askey, Notopolous, Shandelmeier, Michael, Kline, Muri,
Second row: Hess, Bartholomew, Hurm.
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Front: Mock lmanagerj. First row: Mr. Stauffer, fcoachl, Caruso, Sipes, Gutshall, Rice, Grimminger, Ker-
stetter, Harrity, Mr. Smith fassistant coachj. Second row: Barngill, Miller, Daniels, Orkus, Caracciolo,
Bryar. Third row: Risoldi, Dodson, Snyder, Machionsky, Campbell, Braclxbill, Barr. Fourth row: Gott-
shall, Crumm, Rorabaugh, Wherry, Belka.
The 1959 edition of Altoona High School track
team started out the season by winning the Tri-
State Coaches' Meet. Johnstown then won the
West Central Pennsylvania Coaches' Meet by
squeezing past Altoona, 58311 to 57'A. Altoona
captured four first place honors, with the biggest
victory being Ciro Risoldi's record breaking leap
of 12 feet 2 inches in the pole vault. Risoldi's
Dodson puts the shot where
he wants it.
leap broke the old rnark of 11 'Feet 10 inches.
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The most exciting race of the day took
place in the low hurdle relay, which was won
by Altoona. Altoona and Johnstown were
pitted against each other in the second race.
The Lion's quartet of Wherry, Kerstetter, Sipes,
and Barnhill kept pace with the Troian quartet
the entire race. In the last leg Barnhill pulled
ahead to cross the finish line with a time of
Harve Gottshall, John Grimminger, Dave
Belka and Barry Roarabaugh outdistanced all
others in the distance medley. Rorabaugh
stepped across the finish line, with Johnstown
trailing by better than 200 yards.
The Mountain Lions came in second in the
PIAA District Six Class A track and field cham-
pionship. Altoona's bright spot was Ciro Ris-
oldi's record breaking iump of 12 feet, 6'A
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1959 BASEBALL TEAM
First row: Mr. Bolger, Mr. Furrer, Degansky, Shaeffer, Points, Baker, Elder, Dr. Black. Second row:
McMinn, Strawmyre, Forr, Stitt, McNamara, Rogers, Woods. Third row: Young, Gallagher, Schirf, Mont-
gomery, Pittman, Watson, Bryant. Fourth row: Dietze, Paul, Hess, Williams, Hansard, Robison.
The '59 edition of the Altoona High baseball
team made a fast start into the new season by
reeling off nine straight victories before dropping
one to Johnstown. The Elephants suffered their
second defeat in as many days by bowing to
Mercersburg Academy in a close game with a
score of 9-8 in an eight-inning contest. Then Al-
toona came back with a 4-2 win over Johnstown
at Mansion Park. Power hitting by third base-
man Bob Hansard and air-tight pitching by south-
paw Dick Hess paced Altoona High to the win.
lt was the 10th win in 12 starts for Altoona
and was undoubtedly the most pleasing victory
The Coaches: Mr. Norman Furrer, Dr. Hugh Black,
Mr. Herbert Bolger.
of the season for the Elephants because the pre-
vious week the Trojans had ended the local's
nine-game winning streak at Johnstown.
The Elephants then dropped one to Hunting-
don, but come back to put the top on its 1959
baseball season with a 5-2 win over Kiski Prep at
home. The victory enabled the Elephants to close
with a highly respectable 11-3 record under
Coach Hugh Black.
Other victories were at Cresson and Wind-
ber's expenses with double victories over Holli-
daysburg, Kiski Prep, Clearfield, and Indiana.
Pitcher Hess plays peek-a-boo with batter.
Bench warmers keep an eye
on the game.
Coach Black's Last Year Proves Successful
Highlights of the season were when the locals
broke a 3-3 tie with eight runs in a big fifth inn-
ing and went on to route Hollidaysburg 12-3 at
Mansion Park for the fifth straight win of the
The team also blanked Clearfield 1-0 as Bill
Williams bested Irwin Curley in a brilliant pitch-
ing duel. Right fielder Bob McMinn provided
Williams with the only run he needed by whack-
ing a homer in the first inning.
The pitching staff had a good season with
Hess pitching 6 winning 5, Williams pitching 5
with 3 victories, and Wood pitching and winning
Coach Black's heaviest hitters this season
were Bob Hansard, Bob McMinn, Dick Bryant,
and Jim Rose.
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First row: Nargoza, E. Beecher, B. Beecher, Thomas, Williams, Schmittle, Smith, Robertson, Hersperger.
Second row: Beck, Austin, Grum, Criste, Pittman, Gault, Patillo, Barns, Decker. Third row: Bennett, Wil-
son, Rhone, Dickerson, Jones, Flanagan, Daugherty, Miller, Graftius, Keyes, Worley.
The charges of Coach Dallas Webb felt the
might of an experienced Lock Haven wrestling
team in their first match of the season, with only
two Altoona grapplers breaking into the scoring
column, Frank Rhone and Don Miller.
Next, the Altoona matmen scored a parade
of falls to win their second match of the season
at the expense of Morrison Cove, 57-i2.
The Lions racked up seven falls, two decisions
and one forfeit in turning back the Cove matmen.
Ed Flanagan of Altoona registered the quickest
The Coaches: Mr. Dallas Webb, Mr. Ronald
fall of the evening when he flipped his opponent
in 20 seconds of the first period. Frank Rhone
and Don Miller kept their undefeated slates
clean, both scoring falls.
The Altoona High wrestling team closed out
its regular season with a 30-i2 victory over
Cresson on the losers' home mat. It was the third
win in eight straight for the Lion grapplers.
Coach Webb's most consistent wrestlers were:
Roy Smith, Richard Graffius, John Robertson, Dick
Williams, and Frank Rhone.
Graffius mixes it up with a Morrison Cove
Coach Webb receives fare
well gift from team cap
Grapplers Show Improvement in Third Year
WRESTLING TEAM SCORES
8 lock Haven 50
52 Morrison Cove 12
8 Lewistown 51
10 Johnstown , 44
11 Hollidaysburg 31
26 , chesmue Ridge . 32
45 Morrison Cove 8
28 Cresson 12
188 Totals 240
Referee gives Flanagan a win.
The strain begins to tell on Morrison Cove. This is the start of a not-so-tender embrace.
Straighten out those knees, boys!
The activities for the boys' intramurals began
on November 30, 1959 and continued to March
3, 1960. Boys wishing to play formed basket-
ball teams in their home rooms. Those boys in a
home room with an insufficient number of play-
ers formed teams of individuals. Participating
in these intramurals, all sponsored by Mr. Wolfe
and Mr. Paul Morse, were 35 to 40 home rooms
A rare picture of a rare eleven-leg camel.
Physical education promotes good clean sports
involving the participation of 300 different boys.
Approximately 130 contests were held in both
the boys' and girls' gym. Home room 112 of the
Tuesday night group defeated home room 214,
37-35 in the championship game. The cafeteria
team finished in third place, and a team of the
individual boys followed with fourth place
"Us Tarzan-where Jane?"
Physical education promotes keen competition.
One down and another about to go.
"Here we are, Tarzan, old boy."
No, the boys are not the only athletes in Al-
toona High. During the school year the female
population of the building, under the supervision
of Miss Frances McGinnis, engaged in indoor
sports. Immediately after school every day, the
girls were playing scooter ball, soccer, volley ball,
basketball, shuffleboard, or other indoor games.
The spirit of participation is there, too. The
girls are in there fighting to achieve the numerals
of their graduating year, be it 1960, 1961 or
1962. For the first sixty points a player scores,
she receives the last two numerals, as 19, for the
next forty points she receives the last two num-
erals. After 225 points the award is an 8 inch
chenille "A." At the end of the senior year, if
the girl has reached the coveted 400 point circle,
she gets a sweater. Points are also awarded for
certain outside athletic activities.
Scooter ball tests hardness of certain muscles.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
First row: Stauffer, Saylor, Bravin, Hofer, Lamca, Humm, Barr, Lamca. Second row: Bradford lmanagerj,
Brackbill, Stafford, Stevenson, Kazmaier, Faris, Ramsey.
The 1959 edition of the Altoona High School
Cross-country team placed third in the District Six
meet at the Park Hills course Saturday, October
31. Johnstown captured the District Six Crown,
while State College placed second. The hill and
dale boys finished fourth in the Quadrangular
meet at Penn State on Wednesday, October 14.
The Lion speedsters dropped to Johnstown
16-39 in the initial meet on October 6 and also in
the rematch, 23-32, on October 17.
The Altoona Harriers whipped Kisha-Coquil-
las, 15-40, in a hard rain on Saturday, October
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loss at the state meet in State College, November
7. Mount Lebanon captured top honors in this
meet. State College finished second with Johns-
town following in third place. The Altoona har-
riers met defeat in the other four meets in which
they participated. The speedsters dropped twice
to State College, once to Williamsport, and placed
twelfth in the Slippery Rock Clinic Meet.
The most consistent runners for Coach Stauf-
fer were Joe Hofer, David Barr, and Jon Saylor.
Cross-country team makes its daily round in the basement.
Queen Winnie Keyes pairs reams
for Johnsiown Wcxr Memorial Bus-
Jet McMinn launches another mis-
sle from the pod.
DuBois fakes initiative of Jaffa
Tmik abou? crazy mixed-up kids.
Sicxuffer couches Kersteiter for cross
Qu you, ?
. . . School started when it was still summer,
but it was soon fall with all those gorgeous col-
ored leaves-and Joe Francis' bright green plaid
slacks . . .
. . . A red-faced and slightly embarrassed
cheerleader fell in the middle of the field at the
Milton Hershey football game in the process of
meeting the players-that was the blonde, blue-
eyed Carole Dillen. Which one did she fall
for? . . .
. . . And who were those senior girls who
thought the senior boys were too immature-and
presented them with bubble gum and lollipops to
match their behavior? . . .
And who cheered beside you at the Johnstown game?
. . . After those great football games Johns-
town had to spoil the record and give us our only
defeat. Oh well, Napoleon had a Waterloo, too
-but he never snapped out of it afterwards, so
we're ahead in that respect.
And whom did you take to the Junior Picnic?
Was your tie straight at the Junior Prom?
. . . The high school evaluators in November
gave us students a pat on the back. They were
amazed by the high regard we have for our
teachers. Of course, we knew all along we had
agreat faculty! . . .
. . . One of our finest moments was the
night we went to see the Language Department
play, The Taming of the Shrew. Betsy Folk, Brad
DeVries, and all the rest of the cast honored
Shakespeare with their magnificent perform-
ances. We were in a glow for hours . . .
. . . That was an unusual and enjoyable
talk that Bob Stoudnour and Alex McNamara
gave to the Girls' League on their experiences as
exchange students in Germany. Just imagine
1400 girls sitting still for half an hour and listen-
ing to two boys talk! . . .
. . . Donna Koeck had the diagnosticians of
the Blair County Tuberculosis Association quite
upset over her x-ray. lt turned out she merely
had metal buttons and ornaments on her
sweater . . .
. . .Those hand rails erected on the wing
steps of the auditorium stage-could it be
because of the tumble Sandy Savine took after a
Girls' League meeting?. . .
. . . You'll never believe it, but it really hap-
pened! A poor little sophomore girl wandered
up those winding stairs on the third floor. "I was
iust looking for the lav," she said timidly . . .
. . . The Talent Show was tops as usual, but
what really sent us was Linda Watson's terrific
pantomime of the blonde bombshell, Marilyn
Monroe . . .
. . . That day when Alfred Laich gave a Ger-
man verb a brand new pronunciation by strain-
ing it through an orange life-saver . . .
. . . Easy-going Mr. Rickens got a little shook
up after Jo Ann Fleck put a little dent in our driv-
er training Rambler and quite a big dent in a
1960 Cadillac. You couldn't have picked a better
car, Jo Ann . . .
. . . Cary Coleman won the American Legion
oratorical contest. You were great, Garyp too
bad you were ill at Williamsport and not up to
your usual standard . . .
. . . Darn it, there went Johnstown again
and this time cut short our post-season basketball
tournament winning streak! Wait till next year,
you Troians . . .
. . . Well, the man in the special assembly
program did play three trumpets at once. You
can certainly say that he wasn't lip lazy . . .
And what scheduling problems did you have?
Jhat 60 ,
. . . What got into "Geech" Gutshall the day
they took Horseshoe club pictures? He was pho-
tographed in almost every group until he was
found to be the only male in the Nurses
Aides . . .
. . . lt was Ginny Hughes who was named
the winner of the Betty Crocker "Homemaker of
Tomorrow" award. Everyone is wondering who
the lucky man will be in that home of tomorrow,
Ginny . . .
. . . There was great iubilation in Room 229
when Judy McClain earned her 140 wpm short-
hand certificate. Do bosses really talk that fast,
Judy? . . .
. . . We seniors were unlucky, getting only
five days instead often off-but, oooh, those five
And did you laugh at Linda in the talent show?
. . . Ask Mr. Yoder what a rat race is. Will
he ever forget that day when his science class
was rudely interrupted by a crowd of noisy stu-
dents from Miss Kirchner's room hot in pursuit of
amus musculus? . . .
. . . With all those hearts hung around and
over the Jewish Memorial hall, the sophomores
had a lovely Valentine Fantasy Dance in Febru-
ary. And they crowned a truly lovely queen of
hearts-Linda Savage . . .
. . . It was a proud day when our band was
chosen to take part in the Cherry Blossom Parade
in Washington, D. C. And who was to lead the
Pennsylvania division? Why, our band, of
course! . . .
. . . We read that article in "lngenue" about
a teen-age girl worshipping a celebrity. Well,
that was written by our own Patty Spag-
nola . . .
And did the trumpet trio thrill you at the Band concert?
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The tourists visit "Old Facefulf'
Barbara and Faith tell about Russian Christmas.
Does any one want to challenge Mr. Monti's team?
Irene Travis tries cn little child management.
Artie Musto arouses the ire of his master.
We build modern fireplaces in trowel trades.
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