Ambridge High School - Bridger Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1967 volume:
Know the true value of time;
snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it.Ambridge Area High School
A Time for Every Purpose
Take time for work
It is the price of success.
Take time to think
It is the source of power.
Take time to play
I1 is the secret of youth.
Take time to read
It is the foundation of wisdom.
Take time to be friendly 11 is the road of happiness.
Take time to dream
It is hitching your wagon to a star.
Take time to love and be loved 11 is the privilege of the gods.
Take time to look around It is too short a day to be selfish.
Take time to laugh
It is the music of the soul.
An Irish PrayerFinding it necessary to study a difficult lesson, an Ambridge High senior finds solitude in the library.
Student Life........................... 14
B. General Index...................202
In contrast to a hectic school day, a serene atmosphere surrounds the building on a typical Saturday afternoon.EDITORIAL STAFF
Joseph Boyt.............Managing Editor
Kenneth Fischl .... Layout Co-Editor
Jane Loedding...........Layout Co-Editor
Anthony Nicastro...............Copy Editor
Beverly Repine .... Business Manager David Rhone . . . Photography Co-Editor
Richard Soldressen . Photography Co-Editor Bradley Triska .... Advertising Editor Frank W. Desanzo . . . Advisor
William Budris Linda Mehno Angeline DeLuca Paula Miskulin Anna Marie Jesky Ronald Smith Paul Jurkowski Linda Dobrin Janet Puckett Maria Manousakis Elaine Kingas
5A lake-off on a favorite television commercial provides entertainment for the students at a basketball pep rally.
A time to laugh . . .
Ways of transportation to the PI A A state play-offs in Harrisburg were not always of the conventional means.
“The mind ought sometimes to be diverted that it may return all the better to thinking.” A good time and a good laugh are as much a part of the school day as learning. Whether watching club initiates perform before older members or cheering at a pep assembly, students found many occasions to laugh. A change of pace induces a person to work harder upon returning to his task.
Talking in the hallway between classes, riding buses to and from school, and anticipating an upcoming week-end on a Friday afternoon are the times which lighten the daily routine.
Learning, joining, and participating gave students the enthusiasm to transform the commonplace into days which will be fondly remembered as student life at Ambridge Area High School.As the Bridger basketball team departs for a play-off game at the Civic Arena, young boosters wish them luck.
Showing their enthusiasm and team support, teachers present a Charleston and other song and dance numbers from the 1920’s at the Altoona pep assembly.
After accepting the WP AL trophy from team captain Dick DeVenzio, Mr. Hlista stated, “Pm the proudest principal in the state of Pennsylvania."
7Wanda DeSimone, recipient of the DAR Award, qualified for the county-wide citizenship scholarship.
Eagles Scholarship Award winners for 1967: E. Kingas, J. Sradomski, L. Mehno, B. Firich, M. Matejka, and G. Yaworsky.
Dick DeVenzio and Joanne Sradomski, Peace Essay contest winners, entered their essays for state competition.
8A time to think . . .
With the thought that there is no royal road to learning, Ambridge Area High School students displayed their capacity for work by taking advantage of the school’s diverse educational program. Presenting a comprehensive course that includes College Preparatory, Commercial, Vocational, and General departments, Ambridge Area High School offers each student a variety of subjects tailored to meet his individual needs. Because over 60 per cent of this year’s 430 graduates will continue their education in some way, Ambridge Area High School takes pride in its Academic program. AHS has long been an area leader in presenting its student with the foundation necessary for them to achieve through thought and hard work.
Linda Mehno scored highest on Betty Crocker "Future Homemaker of the Year" test given on December 6.
9King Steve Ogrizek and Queen Janet Battisti pause before the romantic centerpiece, a wishing well.
Paul Jurkowski, Nancy Plese, and Paula Bed-zyk rehearse the opening of f,The Sandbox
Yale Captain Louise Muzyka and Princeton Captain Elaine Kingas prepare, along with Miss Yost and Miss Spahr, for the 36th annual Y-P classic.
10After a long evening of dancing, couples attending the Mistletoe Ball sit one out for a moment of relaxation,
A time to be friendly . . .
A happy and joyous team and coach say good-bye to AHS for the week end as they leave for Harrisburg.
“No man is an island; no man stands alone.” As expressed by the words of author John Donne, friendships are a basic human need and want. At Ambridge Area High School, students affirmed these words by forming the friendships which will remain as lasting reminders of their high school days.
Through its many clubs and service organizations, students enjoyed the experience of group activities. They learned to respect the opinions of others and by expressing and discussing their ideas within a group, students learned to give and take.
By joining clubs, students widened their horizons and gave meaning to their years at Ambridge Area High School.
nA time to play . . .
Dennis Wuycik delights in accolades of faithful fans and students after cinching the Section Three crown.
Individual, interscholastic, and intramural sports played a large and vital part of Ambridge Area High School’s well-rounded program. The administrators realized that athletic competition helped to prepare young persons in body and mind for the problems of life that lie ahead.
Since how you play the game is as important as winning, the athletic program at Ambridge Area High School was aimed at fostering high ideals. Good sportsmanship is the element which enables an individual or team to win humbly and lose with graciousness.
In developing teamwork or individual dexterity, Ambridge Area High School students improved both the physical soundness of their bodies and their mental alertness.
Trainer Don Kerr assists injured Bridger Brian Huwar from the gridiron during action in the Butler game.
12Louise Muzyka blocks Nancy Persuittee’s attempted bounce pass to Claudia Farkasovsky during final Y-P practice.
Practicing on the rolling greens of the Ambridge Country Club, Bob Koodrich taps in a short putt.
After eluding a Sharon defender, Walter Ostrowski drops in a quick two points.
Take time to laugh . . .
It is the music of the soul.
Student passes are checked during each assigned lunch period.For initiation into the Historical Society, Marianne Riccardi and Richard Grubbs dressed as Roman citizens.
Cheerleader Janet Spec, with her hopes slowly sinking, watches the Aliquippa football game.
AHS chorus classes, under the direction of Mr. Tolfa, helped to kick off the United Fund campaign by singing at the Sharon game.
16On spring days, school organizations found an easy opportunity to raise funds by holding car washes.
At one of the half time shows, head majorette Diana Rich performs to the band’s playing of “Spanish Flea.”
Students Return to AHS to Establish Organizations
With the start of a new school year, students also saw the beginning of exciting student-sponsored activities. The Student Council held its fifth annual Garnet and Gray Dance on September 9 in the girls’ gym.
The sponsoring of a car wash on September 17 was the first Leaders’ Club fund-raising project. Later in the month they bolstered school spirit by selling garnet and gray football pins. The Thespians held tryouts for the all school play, “Rally ’Round the Flag, Boys,” on September 19.
Student ping-pong pictures were taken on October 10 and 11. Representatives of the Leaders’ Club participated in the annual Beaver County Play Day at Aliquippa High School on October 13. College-bound juniors and seniors focused their attention on the PSAT, which was given on October 22. Initiations of new members were held by the Latin Club on October 19 and the Historical Society on October 24.
Ambridge High students cheer the team on as the last game of the season comes to an abrupt etui.Couples enjoy dancing to music by Vinnie Vincent at the Mistletoe Ball, held at the Flying Carpet.
Linda Pence and Kathie Fitch sing and dance to tune “Wizard of Oz” for Leaders' Club initiation.
During a scene from “Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys,” townsfolk demonstrate their opposition to a new missile base.
Dr. Leo Taggart wishes Miss Rice's chorus classes a Merry Christmas as they carol around the tree.
18Judy Weber, student guide, helps a parent find her way around halls during National Education Week.
Holiday Season Sets the Mood for Soeial Events
November and December were hectic months for our students. The novelty of a new school year had worn off. however, school was not all drudgery and hard work. There were many social events that brightened the spirits of the students.
Thespian Society produced a three act comedy, “Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys,” to the public on November 18. On November 23, the Student Council-sponsored Dress-up Day created a formal atmosphere in and around the building.
With the Christmas season came the accompanying set of holiday preparations. Chorus students rehearsed their songs for the Christmas concerts, and homeroom decorating committees prepared th’ir rooms for the festive mood.
Robin Stettler, crowned Miss Torch at the Sharon football Ambridge High students join in Christmas cheer
game, represents Ambridge Area’s United Fund Drive. as they put the finishing touches on the tree.
19Bob Kouvolo, principal on Senior Day, gives Gloria During one of the basketball games, a closed circuit
Yaworsky and Judy Weber a list of their activities. TV operator makes sure the picture is well focused.
Janua ry-Feb ruary
Mid-Term Exams Reflect on Student Achievements
"Harrisburg here we come!" and with an impromptu assembly to see team off it was a melee of cheers.
Even with the season’s basketball fever on a steady climb, student thoughts turned to tests. Beginning with January 16, sophomores and seniors spent homeroom period laboring over their hygiene tests. Evidence of last minute cramming appeared on the sleep-worn faces of students prior to semester tests given on January 20 and 23.
Rosemarie Roginski and Sheryl Smith won high honors for Ambridge Area High School when they were chosen for positions on the Honors Band at Westminster College.
On January 12 and 13, Ambridge Area High representatives in the Mid-Western Choral Festival, Jenny Double, Valerie Simosko, Mike Sumko, William Hamilton, and Joe Herrmann performed splendidly in the choral concert held at Mercer High School.
Aiding the teachers while gaining experience for themselves, some of the seniors took teachers’ places on Senior Day, February 27.
20At Ellwood City basketball game, Ambridge High School televised the first closed circuit game in Pennsylvania.
Coach Chuck DeVenzio addresses a joyous student body following the winning of the WP1AL crown.
Quarterback Queen Lorrie DeMarco is crowned by County Commissioner Ross as Mr. Osso looks on.
Ed Conway, noted sports announcer, is presented with a “Best in the West” button by Ambridge High student, Paula Bedzyk, as Nancy Bukanish and Susan Voynick look on.
22Representatives from A liquippa’s student body wish our basketball team good luck in the play-off games.
Spring Months Highlighted By WPIAL Championship
On March 4, the Ambridge High chapter of the Thespian Society presented a three act play entitled “The Rainmaker.” A short one act play, “The Sandbox,” was presented as a prelude. Mr. Donald Grundy directed both productions.
On the 31st of March, the Yale Bulldogs battled it out with the Princeton Tigers in the annual girls basketball classic at Ambridge High School.
Throughout the month of March, the student body cheered Ambridge High’s talented basketball team to victory at the Civic Arena and Field House. Due to the good performance of the basketball team in the WPIAL playoffs, there were many extra pep assemblies scheduled for the student’s enjoyment.
On April 7, many proud parents watched their sons and daughters being initiated into the National Honor Society. Mr. Tolfa produced the Twenty-fourth Annual Spring Band Concert on April 21.
Joe Boyt, as the Rainmaker, instills into Betty Garlic, portraying Lizzie, his ability to make it rain.
Seniors honor the tradition of standing at the. pep assemblies to cheer the team on and show enthusiasm.
23Sandra Rosen and Monica Drake adjust the volume on a tape To honor the king and queen of the 1966 prom,
on the 3M background music system in the senior library. all attending participated in the Grand March.
24Following their long years of scholastic achievement, the 1967 graduates received their diplomas on May 31.
Mixed Emotions Fill Halls As 1967 School Year Ends
Joy and sorrow filled the halls at AHS in the final months of the school year. Many seniors were glad their high school years had ended, while others were sorry to see it come.
May was a busy month for all the students. Juniors got their class rings, seniors received awards and scholarships, and everyone studied for final exams. The annual Awards Assembly bestowed recognition on the students for their services and achievements during the year. May 12 marked the exciting event of the Junior-Senior Prom with “Cinderella” as its theme. On May 31, seniors received their diplomas in the football stadium.
During the first week of June, underclassmen handed in their books and awaited for June 2, the final day of the school year.
As students talk to their friends during lunch periods, disgusted classmates must wait to use the telephones.
2527Mr. Sam Santilli gives his report on the Recreation Committee during the January school board meeting as interested participants look on.
Mrs. Martha Kluz Mrs. Mary Kuhel Mr. Sam Santilli Mrs. G. Vandcrgrift Mr. Joseph Zerilla
28Mrs. Mary Kuhel, President of the Board of Education, reviews Steering and Rules Report to committee members.
School Board Approves Closed Circuit Television
Utilizing closed-circuit telecasts of scholastic basketball games, Ambridge Area High School initiated a first in Pennsylvania. Due to the efforts of Ambridge Area School Board Officials and a representative of the Appel Visual Service in Pittsburgh, a contract was signed on November 4, 1966 to have seven Ambridge Section 3 home basketball games televised.
The signing of the contract eased the seating situation in the gym. Students were the first to be offered the season tickets for the eight hundred available gymnasium seats. All remaining tickets were sold to eager adults on November 16.
Official meetings were conducted on the second Thursday of each month. The last Thursday of each month was set aside for committee meetings. By meeting in committees, the school board saved time and provided a means by which the entire board could simultaneously participate.
Dr. W. A. Harris explains item of interest to Physical Education Committee: Mrs. Grace Vandergrift and Mr. Joseph Bucka, and solicitor Mr. Peter Homnack.
29Before the January school board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Leo Taggert reviews agenda concerning the new school budget with Mr. Paul Vochko and board member Mr. Walter Kasper.
Dr. Leo Taggert, school superintendent, studies his notes on transportation problems for the school board meeting.
Mrs. Peggy Kopczak and Mr. Paul Vochko, administrative assistant, consider the drawings for a new gymnasium.
Mr. Vochko and Dr. Taggert discuss the plan to obtain television for basketball games.Mr. Hlista, supervising principal of Ambridge Area High School, ponders one of his numerous problems.
Mr. Milo Ujevich, assistant principal, pauses to reflect on the achievements of the past school season.
In addition to her duties as Mr. Hlista’s secretary, Miss Serack finds time to alphabetize record cards.
Administrative Staff Helps Build School Enthusiasm
In the words of Mr. Paul Vochko, administrative assistant, “The administration attempted to create a friendly atmosphere among the student body and to help build school pride and spirit.”
Ambridge High School’s administrators, however, did much more than this. The administration was confronted with numerous daily problems which included transportation, building finance, and public relations. Special consideration was given this year to the modernization of the Business Education Department.
Large quantities of text books, as well as over 700 library copies were purchased this year. This was a continued effort to keep Ambridge High School students well informed.
Discipline of the student body demanded much of the principal and assistant principal’s time. Mr. Ujevich, assistant to Mr. Hlista, remained friendly but firm in discussing problems with students to be disciplined.Shirley Bendlock Annette Giampolo Diane Kachur Peggy Kopczak
Mary Ann Krofehek Carol Kubicki Katherine Mokhen Mary Pavlik
Secretaries in the superintendent's office. Mary Ann Krofehek and Peggy Kopczak, type supply requests.
Dr. Harris goes over the dental examination schedule for the junior high students with Annette Giampolo, nurses' secretary.
32Miss Kubicki and Mrs. Derochis prepare the report card envelopes for distribution before the second nine weeks.
Miss Serack checks file for a graduate's permanent record card which was requested by a New York employer.
Efficient Office Workers Perform Special Tasks
Personnel in Ambridge Area High School’s offices were kept busy tending to the needs of students.
Miss Serack and her staff in the main office often went out of their way to give students the information they desired. Permanent record cards for each student as well as all school correspondence was handled in this beehive of activity.
In the finance office, among other things, two secretaries were kept busy selling cafeteria tickets and accepting fees for scholarship tests.
In the attendance office, absentees were checked. Mrs. Peters and her staff of student assistants kept class cutting and school skipping to a minimum. In the superintendents’ office, secretaries scheduled and prepared materials for school board meetings.
New Curriculum Director Offers Improved Methods
Modern educators believe that students learn more efficiently if they are guided by an organized curriculum. The principle advantage of a planned curriculum is that it gives each subject and activity an appropriate place along side the others.
Mr. Mattuch, supervisor of instruction, is involved with the curriculum for all Ambridge Area Schools. In his office, there is a copy of every book used in the Ambridge Area School system. All movies and film strips shown in the schools were ordered throueh this office.
Sample texts were obtained through this office for teachers desiring to make new adoptions for students’ use.
During the course of the year. Mr. Mattuch personally audited all classes. He met with department heads several times. These meetings were designed to discuss and possibly find a solution to all school problems.
Checking audio-visual aid equipment and ordering interesting and informative classroom films are only a few of the tasks performed by Mr. Mattuch.
New editions to the curriculum secretarial staff, Natalie Novak and Diane Kachur prepare to type up copies of a national test.
34Maintenance man Herbert Lindley is putting a new top on a desk that is used in Mr. Carter’s German classes.
Our school’s hot lunch program is aided by diligent workers ike Sue Katrinecz, Helen Drnuchowski, and Kay Choma.
Some of Mr. Firich’s jobs include stacking lunch trays, setting silverware, and keeping the cafeteria in order
School Service Groups
Service Groups Prepare School for Daily Classes
School service groups at Ambridge Area High School were continually kept busy keeping hallways neat and orderly, classrooms warm, and blackboards clean.
Everyday, cafeteria workers prepared hot lunches for the students. Members of the maintenance crews were always on hand to unclog sinks, replace burned out lights, fix desks, and make all other necessary minor repairs. Other members of the crew fired the furnace and kept the electrical equipment in working order. A full staff of custodians cleaned the halls, classrooms, offices, and auditorium.
All of the shrubbery, lawns, and ballfields at AHS were watered, trimmed, and groomed by the groundkeepers. When it snowed they could be seen early in the morning shoveling the sidewalks and salting the icy spots.
35Miss Slular provides reassurance for Barbara Firich who is undergoing semi-annual denial check-up with Dr. Ranish.
Nurses Hear Complaints, Offer Sympathy and Cures
Without a doubt, one of the most important rooms at Ambridge Area High School is room 119, the nurses’ office. Here, a smile and a helping hand greeted all ailing students. Minor cuts, headaches, bruises, and sprains were cared for efficiently.
Miss Stolar and Mrs. Albright administered the tuberculosis vaccine to the majority of students at Ambridge Area High School. This was in cooperation with a nation-wide plan to stop this deadly respiratory disease.
Working closely with a staff of five dentists and two doctors, the nurses administered complete physical examinations to all juniors. Varsity sport candidates were also given complete checkups.
All students at AHS had their eyes and ears examined.
Miss Ann Stolar takes the temperature of Valerie Simosko and other students when they come to the nurses’ office.
Mr. Chiaverini has Miss Stolar describe to his Hygiene classes the bone and muscle structure of the human body.i
Mr. Chapala, our newest counselor, often found it necessary to confer with Mr. Beley before scheduling students.
Allan Cybak asks Mrs. Pavlik, secretary in the guidance office, for an appointment to see one of the counselors.
Guidance Counselors Help Plan Next Year’s Courses
Michael Beley Walter Chapala
“What should I do after I graduate from high school?” was a question heard many times by Mr. Beley and Mr. Chapala. The answer was given to students in honest, friendly, terms.
Mr. Beley conducted interviews with all the seniors. He helped them regarding their decision to continue their education or to obtain a job.
Representatives from colleges, military services, and trade schools spoke to students about admission requirements. The bulletin boards informed students about scholarships, qualifications, and applications necessary to enter certain schools. In addition, a series of tapes on occupations and professions were heard by interested students.
Our counselors made a continual effort to keep everyone informed about the needs for a highly successful career.
Mrs. Pavlik’s duties did not stop with the scheduling of tests. She also corrected the Kuder Preference Tests.Alma Adams John Bukanish
Angelus Iwanczyk Rose Kozak
Barbara Fisher strives to improve her typing with speed and accuracy drills.
Miss Adams times her typing classes in order to determine the speed and ability of her pupils.
After completing the work sheet, Bookkeeping students Tony Nicastro and Sandy Egidi look it over for possible mistakes.One of our government’s main principles, a fair trial, is
explored in depth by members of Mr. Mutik’s law class. . y
After learning the basic forms of shorthand. Shorthand I students are given a one minute timing by Miss Iwanczyk.
Commercial Classes are Readied for Business Life
With their eyes on the future, commercial students worked to achieve proficiency in office skills.
Typewriting I students in either Mr. Radi’s or Miss McKeown’s classes soon became efficient typists. As in almost any two year course, fundamentals were stressed in first year typewriting, while in Typing 11 speed and accuracy were the sought-after goals.
Students in Mr. Bukanish’s bookkeeping classes learned how to balance long columns of figures swiftly and accurately.
After learning the many symbols involved. Shorthand I students began learning how to take dictation. They strove to increase their speed efficiency in Shorthand II.
Students in Office Practice classes became quite familiar with machines like the Monroe Calculator, Selectric Typewriter, and the Mimeograoh. Besides this, they were given a first-hand look at the problems they will face in everyday work.
Wilmer MulikGerry Karolak briefly reviews her text for information concerning predicate nominatives before taking a quiz.
Victoria Antonacci Kathleen Bloss Phyllis Darnley
Frank Desanzo Joseph Druzisky Irma Eibeck
Antoinette Johnson Helen Nawrocki Patricia Stillwagon
Bcrnadine Pitts Mary Ann Reddy Kathryn Ross
As Bob Giles presents his explanation of a grammar rule, Miss Eibeck and Barbara Firich listen attentively to offer some constructive criticism.
40While Joanne Sradomski discusses her report with Miss Trembley, Harriet Tscalis prepares an oral recitation.
Nancy Sowinski and Angeline DeLuca listen to classmate's summary on a short story before starting the next reading.
Rosemary Shenot Joanne Sutci
Myrtle Trembley Kathryn Troll
English Teachers Adapt to Reorganized Methods
Reorganization was the key word used to describe the activities of the English Department. Under the supervision of Miss Trembley, the main objectives of the transition dealt with raising the level of student interest. The addition of five new teachers to the staff was a major step in realizing the department’s goal.
In conjunction with a new course of study, additional equipment was purchased. Among the items purchased were reading machines, which gave all students the opportunity to improve their reading skills. Other materials purchased were new literature books, tape recorders, and filmstrips.
Through the efforts of experienced instructors, the program is now completed. Students not only benefited as a group, but as individuals, for one of the main objectives was to reach each student as an individual and help to fulfill his separate needs.
41Mr. Grundy, junior high art teacher, shows Paul Evans and Antoinette Produjully the importance of color schemes.
AHS Students Learn the Cultural Aspects of Life
If you were partial to the “finer things of life”, the Fine Arts Department had something for you.
Art, a three year course, interested many students. In Art I and II they were given a chance to develop their talents. Third year students were required to have a one-man art show. From October to June, these colorful exhibits could be seen in the senior high library.
In Mrs. Pitts’ classes, public speaking students were taught basics of speaking. The classes tried to create a warm and friendly atmosphere in which students could relax in front of their audiences.
As usual, the choruses under the able direction of Miss Rice put together two concerts. At Christmas-time, chorus students could be seen walking the halls and spreading good cheer.
Good use was made of several new instruments by the instrumental music department. Many of the students “graduated” to the junior and senior high band from these courses.
The students in Mrs. Pitts' public speaking classes record famous speeches from their Vital Speeches magazine.
42Strains of “The Nutcracker Suite” are heard in the halls while Mr. Tolfa conducts a practice session of the band.
Singing the songs of Christmas, choral students prepare their annual holiday program.
Donald Grundy John Gurney
Ruth Lutman Laura Rice
After Art III class, students Allan Cybak and Joe Walters search for their places on the shelves in order to file their portfolios.
43Leonard Chiaverini Edward Drake John Kokoski
Rebecca Palmer Marcella Spahr Imogene Yost
Mr. Kokoski points out to George Brodish, Phil DePas-quale, and Joe Walsh foul zones used for basketball game.
Following Mrs. Palmer's instructions, Patty Witowich and Marian Viores practice basic folk dancing steps.
Boys are kept physically fit by playing vigorous games that are emphasized in the physical education classes.
Mr. Chiaverini points out a few of the parts of the human body to Steve Miloszewski and Bill Chekanowsky during hygiene class.
Physical Education Leads Students to an Active Life
In this modern day and age, the need for physical fitness has been of much concern. Ambridge High School worked to meet this need through both mental and physical education.
In gym classes, students participated in folk dancing, games, and gymnastics. While learning many new activities and developing physically, each student acquired the amiable qualities of leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Seasonal intramurals, including basketball, soft-ball, and volleyball were offered to give students the opportunity to become more physically fit.
Hygiene classes enabled the students of Ambridge High School to develop mentally. Through discussion and films, students pondered the problems of accidents, drug addition, and first aid.
The extensive program of the Physical Education Department has led the students toward a healthful physical and mental life.
Miss Spahr provides injormative reading material to two sophomore girls, Joyce Morski and Lucy Nichols.
45Members of Richard Hanzevak's German group listen attentively as he explains a German dialogue to Herr Carter.
Mr. Osso checks Rich Navalance’s work while Sue Taltash translates Spanish into English for other class members.
Students Broaden Their
Scope of Other Countries
Language is the basis of all human relationships. In order to satisfy the needs of all students, courses in Russian, Latin, German, French, Italian, and Spanish were offered this year at Am-bridge Area High School.
By memorizing conjunctions, declensions, and vocabulary, students familiarized themselves with their first year language courses. Tape recordings aided them with correct pronunciation. The main objective of first year language was to give students the background necessary for future study.
Second year German students gained writing experience by corresponding with pen pals in distant lands. Miss Duffy’s Latin II students studied the writings of Caesar in his Gallic campaigns.
Advanced language students in either their third of fourth year participated in games and skits. They also practiced conversing in their adopted tongue.
Larry Ciccone and Mary Jean Hasson use visual means of interpreting material they have read in Italian class.
Dennis Davis reads the literal translation of a Latin story to Richard Grubbs and Nancy Kuzma.
Miss Piantanida explains the concepts of correct pronunciation in Italian I.
Miss Griffith welcomes French students with “A” Votre Retour," a safe return, as her students come back to class after summer vacation.
47Cindy Swierczewski and Wayne Miller look on as Mr. Chapala points out areas of possible hidden damage.
Nervous Student Drivers Become Calm Motorists
In today’s modern society with suburban living, driving is a necessity. With this in mind, Am-bridge Area High School has initiated its driver’s education course. This course was unique in that the student’s own driving ability determined its length.
After applying to Mr. Chapala, students began to learn driving techniques. Traffic and highway driving, as well as parallel parking, were learned by the students. Because of the necessity of changing flats, the standard procedure was taught.
Students with learner’s permits received first preference. They soon were transformed from nervous trainees, to experienced and efficient drivers. Licensed drivers were given a chance to improve their driving skills.
This year, one hundred and fifteen students participated in this course; 78 per cent were juniors.
Driver’s education, besides being an aid to the individual student, is a service to the community, because it produces good and safe drivers.
Members of Mr. Chapala's class are reminded of the disadvantages of careless driving habits.
Police Chief Charles Bruich explains the hazards of winter driving to Walter Szymoniak and Alan Simons.
John ChapalaMartha Wolfe, assistant librarian in the senior high library, waits to stamp out Jerry Markvan's research books.
Junior high assistant librarians, Margie Lambert and Frances Ziockowski, aid Mr. Lebec in cataloging the new books.
ATIS Libraries Create Mood of Tranquil Study
Students researching for term papers, compositions, and reports were a common sight in Am-bridgc High School’s two libraries.
Subscriptions to 75 magazines helped all students greatly with their work. The Readers Guide to Periodic Literature enabled them to find the information necessary.
Each period, two or three student librarians checked out books and kept the shelves neat and orderly.
Thirteen hundred, forty-five new books were added this year. This great increase was made possible through a federal grant. Title II, federal aid to education divided 100 million dollars to schools all over the United States. This money was to be used for reference books, text books, and audio-visual aids. All of the federal funds allotted to AHS went into the purchase of new library books.
Bichard LebecStudents in refresher math classes are frequently tesiea for their ability at working with numbers and per cents.
Susan Vogt examines Rich Supak’s basic Algebra problem which he plotted on the board for the entire room to see.
Jack Burns Lois Kertesz Joseph Phillips, Jr.
Dwight Piper John Piper Walter Prusick
Betty Seidel Doris Sherman Joseph Stranges
50Mr. John Piper shows Ted Kubicki and Georgeann Robin-sky the correct method of simplifying rationalized numbers.
In trig class Mr. Tedesco shows Jim McGeorge how to use the slide rule as Gloria Yaworsky reads the directions.
Mr. D. Piper, geometry teacher, explains to Casimir Kural the three different methods to prove triangles congruent.
Math Instructors Stress New Thinking Techniques
Someone once said, “Figures don’t lie.” With this in mind, students at AHS began their study of math.
Before Mr. Tedesco’s trig students pursued the scheduled assignments, they began a two week course in introductory slide rule. Having completed their trigonometry by mid-year, the classes turned to college preparatory mathematics. In this course, they were introduced to college algebra. Analytic geometry, probability, and some set theory were also included in their course of study.
The oldest math of all. geometry, was again taught at Ambridge. Mr. Piper’s and Miss Sherman’s classes learned to use the basic geometrical tools. Words like corrollary, theorem, and bisector came to be commonly heard in class discussions.
Algebra I stressed the fundamentals, while its follow up course Algebra II gave students a better insight into this subject.
Everyday mathematic needs were taught to students in refresher math classes.
Thomas Tedesco Irene Vest
Constance Firich Anise Habberfield
Studying the techniques of mechanical drawing, Randy Matuscak and Dan Pirich review the basic fundamentals of using the architectural scale.
As one phase of their home economics program, Maryann Jula and Mary Keith learn to bake simple cookies, a stepping stone to more complex and involved projects.
52Marianne Ricciardi proudly displays the seal of the Distributive Education Club to Terry Miller, also a member.
Joseph Meshanko cuts his board to specifications on the table saw as Joseph Mihalic sands his gunrack.
Students Learn Basies of Modern Day Living
Christmas came early for the boys in Mr. Wheeler’s industrial arts classes. Even in September they began work on Christmas decorations. With these finished by mid-November, the classes turned to projects of their own. Wooden rings, bread boxes, cutting boards, and lamps were a few of the most popular items constructed.
Mrs. Nicholson’s home economics classes learned more than just cooking. Sophomores were taught the basics of home making, laundering, and child care. They also prepared a Christmas tea for the upper class girls. Juniors were taught the basics of meal planning, while senior girls practiced serving all types of meals and entertaining in the home.
Girls in Miss Kolcun’s sewing classes worked with both books and materials. Woolen tailored suits were made by senior girls. Juniors made either a suit or dress out of wool or corduroy.
Employing the dressmaking techniques they learned, sophomores made a matching skirt and blouse set.
Herman Kochanowski Robert Palmer Esther Piantanida Nathaniel Steinberg
Lyle Patrick displays the proper texts to his science class.
Mr. Palmer’s chemistry class sits in awe as he shows
them the reaction of burning magnesium ribbon. .
Beverly Pierce, Cindy Cobert, and Barry Cunningham listen to sea
shells while reading about ancient sea animals in their textbook.Under Mr. Steinberg’s supervision, Robert Phillips demonstrates the principles of a simple gyroscope.
Ken Mattern and John Lebda make use of a desicator in chemistry.
Steve Farkasovsky finds it dangerous business proving Pascal's Principle to his senior science class.
Science Develops Study of I nproven Principles
Whether dissecting frogs in biology class, or collecting oxygen in chemistry, science students at AHS got a chance to practice the theories they learned earlier.
Freshmen in Mr. Horsman’s biology classes dissected worms and frogs in order to locate and identify essential body organs of these animals.
After learning how to balance equations, chemistry students made a “trip through the chemical forest” where they experimented with solutions, metals, and acids of all types.
Analytical thinking and reasoning were taught to students in physics classes. Through the use of the latest texts and workbooks, Mr. Steinberg introduced new principles and theories.
Advanced physics and chemistry, as well as earth-space science and geology, were taught to advanced science students. Richard Valiga, an advanced science student at AHS, won first prize for his project in the Geneva College Science Fair.
55Sharon Hall, Joe Gallick and Pat Hayes concentrate on the structural development of Southern Asia and China.
John Budimir Charles DeVenzio Stephen Garay
Nancy Bukanish points out the location of the TV A as Mr.
DeVenzio and part of his American History class look on. .
Before beginning the next assignment, Vickie Choroszewski asks Mr. Wyllie to help clarify the purpose of the Senate.History
AIIS Students Study Past to Fulfill Needs of Future
The strength of a democratic nation lies behind its people—a well-informed society that knows the operations of its government. Through a variety of courses, the History Department of Am-bridge High School prepared its students for their future roles as citizens.
In economics classes, seniors discussed problems of the financial world, read assigned books, learned about buying stock, and filled out tax forms. To understand the problems of democracy, research papers and current events reports were written.
The juniors studied the origin of our nation and the lives of its people through movies, filmstrips, and lectures.
Customs and cultures of the ancient civilizations of the world were studied by the sophomores in world culture classes.
Civics and Pennsylvania history impressed upon the freshmen the need for good citizenship in order that a democratic nation may succeed.
Mr. A dams watches approvingly as John Pournaras outlines the chapter currently being studied in American History.
Anise Habberfield Antoinette Johnson Joseph Lombar
Richard Nemchik John Wyllic
Mr. Rudimir checks Jack Mauk’s homework while the rest of the economics class waits for tomorrow's assignment.
Mr. Malecki explains to Ray Brychik the fundamental operations of the metal shaper before Ray continues project in machine shop.
By using a simulator, which represents a car engine, Mr. Gordon shows his students how to use a 1020 Sun Tester.
Mr. Hertnecky and some electric shop students check the efficiency of a motor with the newest testing equipment.
58Ed Venanzio repairs a master cylinder installation with Mr. Gordon’s help as other auto shop students look on.
While Alan Stumpf puts the finishing touches on his model home, Andy Carpenter checks it for perfection.
Shop Boys Prepare for Advanced Technical Age
Even though academic knowledge has been stressed in this decade, a person living in the Atomic Age must rely upon skilled craftsmen to an even greater extent than ever before.
Realizing its responsibility in this field, Am-bridge High School offers a highly diversified vocational training program designed to allow the student either to enter his chosen field immediately or to seek further training at a technical school or college.
Boys who elect to take wood shop learn to make patterns, erect buildings, and fashion furniture.
The machine shop prepares boys for entry into the field of tool and die making, as well as provides training for those planning to enter the engineering profession.
Skilled auto mechanics are prepared in the automobile shop. They are taught to assemble as well as to repair motors.
Electric shop boys become skilled in home wiring and also in the repair of electrical appliances.
Raymond Gordon John Hcrtncky
Stanley Malecki Michael Malinich
59T a he time to be friendly. . .
It is the road of happiness.
At the final football game, a friendly atmosphere permeates the crowd.BAND—Front Row: G. Nenadovich, S. Hoffman, C. Watson, J. Hammond, M. Sapovchak, S. Evans, J. Fitzgerald, D. Pawlishak. Row 2: N. McLellan, S. Aloe, J. Homich, J. Ceglarsky, P. Hayes, D. Wachtel, M. McCfcorge, S. Smith. Row 3: E. Yaworsky. C. Peskek. S. Taylor. M. Jula, D. Supe. A. Powell. G. Kirby, W. Wachtel. Row 4: R. Rogin-ski, B. Lise, G. Karakitsos, V. Rossi, G. Lysik. B. Pearce. C. Lise, W. Howard. Row 5: L. Perna, C. Giammaria, R. Perza, D. Mcrantc, D. Beneviat. T. McDowell, M. Frank. D. Rosenberger. Row 6: J. Ruttner. R. Roginski,
M. Pazich, E. Hrycyk, J. Lesh. E. Rotolo, K. Merriman. R. Polito. Row 7: D. Mankel, S. Nelko. B. Arnold, S. Stitt, M. Raskovsky, D. Sniady. Row 8: M. Mrazovich, R. Rotolo. M. Perza, D. Pavlik, G. Kirby, F. Sumrac,
A. Steinberg. R. Young. Row 9: M. DeMacio, M. Bowen, R. Perza. Row 10: Mr. Gurney, J. Stein, K. Shoup, J. Hlista. A. Lindsey, D. Hearns, J. Campbell. J. Jerman. Row II: Mr. Tolfa, J. Pournaras, V. Simosko, R. Grubbs,
B. O’Pelka, A. Nixon, L. Bajack. L. Shetek. Row 12: C. Roehm, R. Buck.
BRASS CHOIR—Front Row: N. McLellan, G. Karakitsos, R. Rotolo, E. Rotolo, D. Markel, S. Stitt, D. Supe. Row 2: Mr. Tolfa, R. O’Palka. R. Shoup, E. Hrycyk, S. Nelko, M. Frank, W. Howard. Row 3: R. Grubbs, J. Stein, R. Roginski, J. Jerman, S. Aloe, N. Perza, S. Smith.
Honors Band members, Sheryl Smith and Rosemary Roginski practice ardently for performance at Westminster.Band
Dixieland Band Performs for Varied School Events
While most students were relaxing this summer, the members of the Ambridge High School Band were making plans for the coming school year.
The band opened the football season by performing at the pep assemblies and at the football games. Mr. Tolfa introduced the new Dixieland Band, which played at assemblies, football and basketball games, and at the Bridger Review.
In an effort to meet band expenses, band members sponsored a candy sale during November. December 16 marked the day of the Annual Christmas Concert.
Top instrumentalists won high honors for AHS at Carnegie Tech, Westminster College, and Saxonberg Knoch High School.
The AHS Band presented its twenty-fourth annual Spring Concert to students at Ambridge High, Baden-Economy Jr. High, and Highland Jr. High.
STAOF. RAND—Front Row: Mr. Tolfa, L. Pcrna, D. Bcneviat. L. Suhorsky. R. Polito. Row 2: R. Grubbs, K Shoup. J. Stein.
R. O’Palka, J. Jerman. Row 3: S. Nelko. D. Market. R. Rotolo,
S. Stitt, G. Karakitsos. E. Hrycyk. M. Frank. Row 4: A. Stein-
berg, R- Roginski, G. Nenadovich, J. Majer.
DIXIELAND BAND—Front Row: D. Markel. R. Rotolo, W. Howard, S. Nelko. Row 2: A. Steinberg, R. Grubbs, Mr. Tolfa, E. Yaworsky, L. Perna. R. Roginski.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA—Front Row: J. Trocger. L. Sovich, L. DeMarco, M. Farkasovsky. J. Schwartz, C. Watson, M. Dzubak. R. Egidi. Row 2: S. Bedzyk, M. Rapso, J. Zuchowski, J. Fittante. R Bienkow-ski. M. Feduska. B. Blanarik, J. Weber, G. Karolak.Miss Rice. Row 3: D. Kasper. J. Sradomski, A. Rainaldi, B. Firich. E. Murphy, L. Rudek, L. Mchno, E. Kingas. G. Yaworsky, D. Evanko. M. Pietrzykowski, A. Kuzma, S. Bacon. R. Krasin-
ski, M. Ricciardi. Row 4: I.. Shetek, C. Gebet. R. Matzzie. M. Manousakis, M. Marks. K. Cunnard, C. Joseph, E. Bubien. C. Gideon, D. Pinotich, E. Kasarda. V. Simosko. Row 5: L. Muzyka. D. Rich. S. Cepris, S. Sheleheda, R. Stettler, N. Belis, H. Kokoski, S. Capp, N. Piese. L. Dobrin. G. Hasson, N. Bober, P. Bedzyk, S. Broz. Row 6: J. Bozigar, C. Gasowski, A. Sapovchak, R. Giles, A. Cybak, M. Schlosscr, W. Howard, P. Kingerski, D. Peters.
FT A Honors Teachers at “Appreciation Day” lea
After students turned in their essays entitled, “Why I Want to be a Teacher,” members were accepted into the Future Teachers of America Club. Beginning their activities, new members invited parents to the initiation in spring.
February was a busy month for club members. The annual Continental Cupid Dance, sponsored by the FTA on February 3, was the talk of the student body. During Senior Day on February 27, many senior members gained valuable experience as they took over classroom activities for the day.
April, “Teaching Career Month,” was full of events relating to that title as members attended the state FTA convention at Harrisburg. During “Teacher Appreciation Day,” the FTA honored the teachers at a reception given in appreciation of all the services rendered during the school year.
Betti Bienkowski gives Mr. Budimir, Student Council sponsor, her application for teaching class on Senior Day.
64National Honor Society
Thirty Members Inducted at Impressive Ceremony
Every student looked forward to an invitation to join the National Honor Society for both the honor and responsibilities it carried. Meetings were held every first and third Monday of each month to plan projects and the initiation.
During the football season. Honor Society members sold garnet and gray shakers to raise money for initiation fees and the Honor Society Fund.
Character, leadership, scholarship, and service were the four principles on which prospective members were judged. Juniors and seniors in the upper third of their class were eligible for membership. Mrs. Rosemary Shenot, sponsor, and a committee of teachers considered each applicant’s records and recommendations. Thirty new members were inducted at the initiation ceremony on April 7. Old members gave speeches explaining each principle for which the Honor Society stands. After the ceremony a reception was held in the school cafeteria.
Sharman Bedzyk and Judy Weber proudly display plaque after making necessary adjustments on it.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY—Front Row: S. Bedzyk, E. Kingas. J. Sradomski. Row 2: L. Mehno. B. Bienkowski,
G. Yaworsky, J. Weber, C. Gasowski, K. Fischl, B. Firich, M. Fcduska, J. Nestor, E. Kasarda, M. Butrey, C. Watson.
65Junior Red Cross
Inspiring Motto Motivates Need for Charitable Work
“People are important; make them feel that way,” was the motto that motivated the members of the Junior Red Cross this year.
They began their busy season by sponsoring the annual dance in November with the theme, “Autumn Leaves.” Bundled up in warm clothing, members operated a concession stand at all the home football games. For the various seasons of the year, they made favors and distributed them to area hospitals. To bring Christmas cheer to the less fortunate, they decorated the McGuire Memorial Home and Hospital for retarded children and presented a play for the children at the Beaver County Crippled Children’s Home.
Miss Ross, club sponsor, presented the officers’ awards at the annual spring dinner.
During the summer, club members attended camp at Grove City where they represented Am-bridge High School.
Sue Bacon hands Elzanna Murphy favors which will be distributed at local hospitals during the Christmas season.
JUNIOR RF.D CROSS—Front Row: J. Carrodus. G. Double. M. Manousakis. S. Bacon, E. Murphy, D. Kasper. Row 2: H. Kokoski. P. Marotti, P. Barbe. B. Pauskarich. C. Watson. L. DeMarco, E. Slappo. Row
3: P. Ciechanowski. C. Polacek, M. Lcvkulich. D. Rich, A. Yakobik. L. Persuitte. Row 4- F. Argenta. J. Telesz. R. Matzzie, A. Kuzma. C. Smolnery. Row 5. F. Jakubik, R. Cross. V. Simosko.
66FENCING CLUB—Front Rom-: R. Ochman. R. Wojciecho-ski. B. Dcngel, D. DePacc. P. Barbc, P. Hall. L. Dcnardo, H. Repine. Row 2: A. Stumpf, G. Yaworsky. K. Kulish. S. McDanel. P. Spear. E. Poutous. R. Knopick, G. Hinkle. Mr. Carter. Rom’ 3: R. Hayes, S. Lint. A. Jcsky, L. Wolo-shan, C. Piontek. M. Marks. K. Speer. R. Friel, D. Naw-rocki, E. Argenta, P. Burner, D. Supe, H. Tipton. A. Kno-
pick. Rom- 4: W. Pingitore, J. Strano. D. Stachowicz. E. Dcngcl. G. Nicopoulos, D. Tomazeski. W. Howard. J. Hlista. R. Hough. J. Russo, J. Fitzgerald, T. Patrician. Row 5: E. Albrecht. K. Gross. J. Friel. C. Vernon. D. Hendrickson. L. Mellon, D. McCulloch, D. Harris, R. Hricik, T. Kronstain.
Fencers Obtain Honors from Chatham Tournies
As a new student walked through the third floor wing on a Friday after school, he probably thought that Ambridge High had been invaded by beings from another world. Equipped with foils, masks, and vests, and shouting “engarde,” “passe,” or “touche,” the Fencing Club practiced for many hours to improve their skills.
Mr. Carter, sponsor, introduced the fundamentals to the beginners and demonstrated new techniques to the more advanced fencers.
After mastering the sport, a club member tried out for a position on the Fencing Team. Team members traveled to Chatham College where they faced opponents from various high schools and colleges. Several of our delegates were awarded arm bands, symbols of victory.
Having fulfilled requirements of service, Fencing Club members were presented pins at the Awards Assembly.
Four members of Mr. Carter’s fencing team salute each other before starting a duel in which their skills are shown.
Latin Club Members Exult Over Membership Growth
“We reached fifty!” Since its beginning last year, the Ambridge High School Latin Club has been growing rapidly. The membership began with seven and has steadily increased until this year the “Happy Latins” were proud to announce a membership of fifty.
If a student met all the necessary requirements, two years of Latin and a “B” average, he was admitted into the club with a festive initiation. Dressing as a Roman or a mythological character, a prospective member lived the initiation as a Latin character.
The old Roman holiday of Saturnalia, corresponding to Christmas, was observed by the members of Laeti Latini. They also enacted a Christmas play—entirely in Latin.
By conducting each of the monthly meetings in a friendly manner, the officers made learning the language and customs of the ancient Romans fun.
Under Miss Duffy's supervision, Sue Shields, president, conducts one of the monthly meetings of Latin Club.
LAETI LATINI—Front Row: J. Smith. N. Trzcianka. S. Rosen. B. Hritsik, S. Shields. C. Konkus. J. McGeorge. J. Bajck. Row 2: M. Goda. B. Baranyk, T. Bennis. C. Lucyk, D. Tyma. D. Roth. N. Pisano. D. Brundza, N. McLellan, R. Wosciechowski. C. Watson. M. Dzubak. P. Antinopoulos.
Ron- 3: J. Sradomski. H. Kokoski, L. Dobrin. M. Levkulich. L. Woloshan. C. Gebet, G. Double. C. Piontck. H. Tipton, J. Cougan. Row 4: K. Fischl. V. Yaniga. C. Smolnery, K. Fecik. D. Gaona, M. Piontck, R. Roginski, R. Towcimak, D. McGeorge. J. Taylor. S. Nelko.
68NATIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY—Front Row: J. Sra-domski, E. Swobc. J. Beneviat, N. Trzcianka, M. Zdziarski. S. Shields. E. Turansky. C. Watson. Row 2: L. Mehno. H. Kokoski, J. Spec. B. Hritsik. R. Egidi. K. Fischl, E. Kingas. R. Soldressen, Mr. Grundy. Row 3: B. Firich, S. Rosen. D. Roth. R. Krasinski, A. Kuzma. S. Bacon. M. Farkasovsky, E. Murphy, S. Campbell, J. Trocgcr, M. Pietrzvkowski. J. Puckett, G. Yaworsky. Row 4: M. Feduska, B. Bienkowski,
C. Konkus. L. Persuitte. K. Cunnard. T. Bennis. N. Bohin-sky. R. Matzzie, C. Gebet. K. Kulish, E. Kasarda. A Rai-naldi. Row 5: G. Benkowski, S. Broz. J. Weber. S. Shelc-heda N. Bclis. A. Jcsky, E. Ryan, J. Scgrcti. L. Woloshan, C. Kunka, T. Rompala. S. Brown. M. Ricciardi. E. Bubien Row 6: C. Gasowski. W. Budris. M. Sudik, R. Roginski R Grubbs. J. Bozigar. W. Molchen, D. Rhone. L. Patrick M Eirkaly, R. Matuscak.
National Historical Society
Historical Society Attends Seven Springs Convention
Characters stepped out of the pages of history as Ambridge High School students dressed as famous men and women of past ages during the Historical Society initiation of October 24.
Club members sponsored their annual “Shindig” dance in the spring. During the weekend of April 28-29, the proceeds from the dance were used to help meet expenses of the trip to the annual Pennsylvania Junior Historians Convention at Seven Springs, a famous ski resort.
Because of the untiring efforts of the club’s sponsor, Mr. Grundy, and the cooperation of the club members, the Ambridge High School chapter of the Junior Historians was rated as one of the most outstanding chapters in the entire national organization this year.
Proud of their past achievements, the Historical Society worked hard to maintain the reputation as one of the school’s most active groups. Because of this work, they certainly deserved all the praise they received throughout the school year.
Janet Spec waits for Elaine Swobe to finish hemming her bonnet for her initiation costume as a missionary woman.
69NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY—Front Row: B. Bicn-kowski, N. Bohinsky, C. Gebet. M. Ricciardi, P. Spear. E. Murphy. J. Schwartz. R. Egidi. Row 2: Miss Sherman. M. Drake. N. Belis, J. Sradomski. N. Plese, P. Bedz.yk, R. Friel,
A. Kuzma. P. Miskulin. Row 3: D. Kasper, M. Manousakis, J. Boyt. R. Kouvolo. A. Nicastro, R. Giles. R. Cross. A. Cybak. Mr. Grundy. Row 4: D. McCullough. W. Kucharski. P. Smolinsky, T. Dempsey, D. Stewart. R. Hanzevack. M. Belis, D. Blanarik, P. Jurkowski, J. Prokurat.
Paula Bedzyk, as Grace Banerman, presents a speech to astounded townfolk in “Rally ’Round the Flag, Boys.”
National Thespian Society
Thespian Troupe Presents Two Three-Act Comedies
Plays, rehearsals, publicity, scenery, scripts, and committees were just a few of the many activities that occupied the lives of the busy Thespians throughout the past year.
Desiring membership, a student worked hard to accumulate the essential ten points for admittance. Once inducted as a Thespian, he becomes a part of the complicated organization of the school plays. He gained the knowledge of backstage routines as he served on committees that contributed to the success or failure of the drama.
As part of their fund raising projects, the Thespian troupe presented two three-act comedies, “Rally ’Round the Flag, Boys” in November, and “The Rainmaker” in March. Through these plays, the public and student body realized the many hours of work that the Thespians devoted to their projects. They were aware that because of the efforts of Thespian Troupe 1032 of the National Thespian Organization the plays had been a success.FINANCE COMMITTEE—Front Row: H. Tipton, A. Kuzma, G. Karoiak, E. Lynam. P. Nicopoulos, J. Evanko, M. Hare. E. Sangermano. Row 2: J. DeVincent. B. Suchy. K.
Fitch, M. Safran. B. Smigielski, N. Kuzma, L. Nichols. Row 3: L. Dobrin, J. Weber, L. Pitts, L. Rudek. B. Bienkowski, C. Gcbet, K. Perciavalle. Row 4: S. Seech, J. Segreti, P. Bedzyk.
As the basketball team rallies on to the section title, selling tickets to avid fans keeps Janet DeVincent busy.
Finance Members Strive For Crowd Organization
Huddled under umbrellas to keep dry, or bundled to keep warm, the girls of the Finance Committee appeared at their posts before all the home football games to prepare for the many fans that would soon arrive. No matter what their assignment included, selling tickets inside or collecting tickets outside, these girls worked diligently to keep the lines of anxious fans moving swiftly through the gates of the football field or the doors of the auditorium.
In addition to working at the football games, members of the Finance Committee assisted at the basketball games, concerts, dances, and plays held during the year.
The Ambridge High School Finance Committee’s sponsor, Mr. Leonard Horsman, saw that the work was evenly distributed among the sophomore, junior, and senior club members.
71USHERETTES—front Row: E. Bubicn, J. Carrcxlus, M. Ma-nousakis. D. Kasper. J. Double, M. Prince. Row 2: L. Dobrin. L. Rudek. J. Wall, B. Repine. Row 3: R. Fishel, A. Kuzma, C. Polacek, M. Mosura, C. Siemtowski, P. Ciechanowski, B. Ma-
Darlene Kasper, Usherette president, confers with two of her officers on arrangements for working at class plays.
kowski. Row 4: D. Campbell. S. Bacon, R Matzzie. G. De-Noble, E. Murphy, L. Persuitte, H. Tsacalis, A. Raynor. Row 5: R. Cross, R. Stettler, J. Loedding, J. Husar, D. Rich, L. Muzyka, E. Ryan, S. Shelcheda. C. Gebet.
Male Ushers an Addition to Control Large Crowds
Greeting you at the start of each of the many activities held during the year was the pleasant smile and helpful aid of an Ambridge High School Usherette.
During their first year as members, the male Usherettes, or Ushers as they prefer to be called, proved to be a valuable source of aid when the crowd was too large for the girls to handle alone.
Club members led anxious fans to their seats at each home football and basketball game. Handing out programs and directing students and parents to their places before plays and concerts were additional services they performed. As proud parents attended the graduation exercise and the National Honor Society installation, Usherettes stood by to render any necessary assistance and to prevent confusion.
72SCIENCE CLUB—Front Row: J. Sradomski, W. Howard. K. Winne, R. Valiga. Row 2: G. Yaworsky, J. Babich, L. Homjak, H. Kokoski, C. Kemp. Row 3: C. Rochn, F. Pnlaio, T. Kubicki,
R Mcrante, J. Bajek. Row 4: M. Pastrick, R. Randel, C. Ga-sowski. K. Fischl. J. Pournaras. Row 5: R. Matuscak, A. Sapov-chak, K. Kachur, T Soska.
Rich Valiga, Science Club president, demonstrates all the mathematical processes of his analytical computer.
Science Club Attempts to Satisfy Inquisitive Minds
A genuine interest in science and a zest for learning new ideas were the only requirements necessary for joining the Science Club. All members who desired membership were accepted into the club organized entirely for the purpose of making additional scientific knowledge available for its members.
Club members took it upon themselves to present talks and demonstrations at each of the bimonthly meetings. These members discussed and researched new scientific ideas and principles and various concepts were introduced. In January, President Richard Valiga demonstrated an analytical computer which he designed and constructed himself.
In May, club members along with Mr. Hors-man, the Science Club sponsor, visited the Ship-pingsport Atomic Power Station. Here they were instructed in the production of atomic power for practical uses and then were given a guided tour of the plant. Next, the members visited the Wild-flower Reserve. Mr. Horsman led a private tour telling all about the vegetation seen along the hiking trails.
73AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS—Front Row': R. Kuzma, P. Smed-ley. Row 2: A. Simons, D. Roman. D. Campbell. Row 3: D. Roman, J. Endrott.
PRESS BOX ANNOUNCERS AND STATISTICIANS— Front Row: K. Fischl, M. Sudik, L. Shetek, A. Serak. Row 2: D. Bowan, F. Morelli, G. Rapso, R. Locke.
Good Atmosphere Makes for Successful Production
Creating the appropriate atmosphere by providing the proper sound effects and lighting was a vital factor contributing to the success or failure of any of the stage productions. This task fell upon the shoulders of the Stage Squad.
Constantly checking and rechecking the microphones, speakers, and other equipment, these boys kept everything in good working order. Anything found out of order was sent to the electric shop where the necessary repairs were made.
When teachers wished assistance in showing film strips or movies in their classrooms, one of these Audio-Visual Aids would be on hand to see that things ran smoothly.
Mr. Hertneky, sponsor, did his best to see that only well-trained students took on these important responsibilities.
STAGE LIGHTING SQUAD—Front Row: D. Kam .clski, E. Waskiewicz. A. Kendra, J. Prokurat. Row' 2: R. Miller. P. Smed-ley, P. O’Palka, A. Marando, A. Simons, D. Frynkewicz.
74ATTENDANCE AIDS—Front Row: J. Beighley, C. Watson, E. Bubien, S. Schimonsky. M. Cokrlic, D. Rhone. Row 2: M. Butrcy, B. Dengcl. J. Bcncviat. N. Rudenko, C. Haskins, B. Smigielski, K. Bienkowski. Row 3: L. Rondos. S.
Capp, R. Matzzie, S. Voynick, C. Perciavallc, C. Gebet, S. Campbell, K. Chervenka. Row 4: M. Rapso, K. Feeik, S. Shcleheda, R. Stclller, K. Kronstain, P. Bcdzyk, D. Hlozek, M. Abraham.
Robin Stettler and Sandra Campbell listen while Mrs. Peters shows them how to fill out attendance sheets.
Attendance Aids Deliver the Daily Absentee Lists
Each day from 8:45 a.m. until 3:32 p.m., the Attendance Aids performed their assigned tasks.
Tardy students reported to the attendance office where one of the “tardy checkers” issued them class-admittance permits. The aids also collected absentee slips from the homeroom teachers before the first period.
During the third and seventh periods, absentee lists were distributed to all teachers by another group called “runners.” This provided a method of checking on those students who tried to cut any of their scheduled classes.
Ending each active day, the Attendance Aids filed the absentee lists and laid out all materials needed for work on the following day.
75HALL MONITORS—Front Row: p. Nicopoulos, C. Gideon, C. Swierezewski. C. Siemtowski, L. Muzyka. L. Mehno. P. Lindauere, S. Gutch. Row 2: J. Hronas. A. Dcspincs. E. Sumrok, J. Saunders, S. Prokopovich, N. DiDomenico,
R. Quinn. Row 3: D. Yanko. I Welsh, R Gregorek. G. Brodish, A. Stumpf. D. Garbinsky, R. Matuscak, Row 4: F. Kaufman, C. Gasowski, A. Sapovchak. D. Vernak.
After being excused from class, Rosemary Matzzie stops at Jerry Zimmer's hall monitor post to sign.
Monitors Patrol Corridors to Minimize Class Cutting
Giving up their study period, Mr. Ujevich’s Hall Monitors performed a valuable service for AHS. Leaving their study hall everyday and reporting to their positions in the halls, they prevented any student or unwanted guest from visiting the lockers at an unscheduled time. This has reduced the number of articles stolen from lockers. Hall Monitors recorded the names and destinations of students walking in the halls during classes.
Another task performed by the Hall Monitors is the directing and assisting of visitors not familiar with the school.
Only students with a B minus average and with good citizenship grades were chosen to watch our halls.
Senior Hall Monitors were presented with service pins at the annual awards assembly in April.
Building Patrol Regulates Traffic for Smoother Flow
By leaving class earlier than the rest of the students, members of the Building Patrol were able to get to their post before the rush that occurred after classes were dismissed. They turned on the corridor lights, opened the stairway doors, and kept the students moving smoothly and safely. Maintaining control during fire drills was another duty handled by the Hall Patrol. The patrols held the doors and made sure students left by way of the proper exit.
After all the applications arrived, club sponsor, Mr. Chiaverini, had the task of selecting only a few of the many students who wished to become members. Because only applicants having the highest grades and showing dependability were chosen, the Building Patrol was a select group.
During the Awards Assembly in April, Mr. Chiaverini presented certificates to the senior members in return for their service to the students of Am-bridge High School.
Julia Segretti. one of the Building Patrol Aids, watches students leave AHS at the end of the day.
BUILDING PATROL—Front Row: R. Matzzie. B. Smi gielski. L. Karas. E. Esseck. S. Schimonsky. N. Bukanish. E Kasarda, R. Egidi. Row 2: R. Kasper, R. Grubbs. R Roginski. Mr. Chiaverini. J. Bozigar. R. Fager. A. Sapov chak. M. Sumko, R. Randel. Row 3: D. Yanko. K. Winne P. Smolinsky, W. Molchcn. P. Smolinsky. R. Hanzcvack
R. Matuscak. W. Howard. R. Boustead. D. Pclcrs. Row 4 A. Despines, E. Pctroski. L. Pcrsuitte. A. Jesky. C. Siem-towski, N. Strella. N. Belis. J. Weber, B. Hritsik. K. Fischl. Row 5: B. Bicnkowski. S. Broz. J. Segreti. K. Cunnard. A. Raynor, B. Firich. T. Bennis, E. Kingas. E. Turansky. G. Yaworsky, B. Repine. J. Trocgcr, L. Sovich. S. Shields.
Robert Banks intently ponders his next move in order to prevent Mr. Steinberg from calling his next checkmate.
Chess Team Participates in Swiss System Tommies
“The game of kings” was also the game of the many Ambridge High School students who joined the Chess Club in September.
Mr. Steinberg, club sponsor, admitted every applicant so that all the interested students could learn the skills of the game. Each beginner was carefully instructed in the fundamentals of the game by an older member, while Mr. Steinberg helped the more advanced players devise new plays and techniques.
The Ambridge Area High School Chess Team, made up of five players with the highest averages, participated in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Chess League this year. They participated in a Swiss System Chess Tournament at the Pittsburgh YMCA.
At the Awards Assembly in the spring, Mr. Steinberg presented letters to the seniors.
CHESS CLUB—Front Row: T. Sofranko. W. Budris, K. Fischl, R. Banks, W. Bowan, T. Patrician. Row 2: D. Locka-wich. W. Howard, A. Stumpf. M. Pastrick. B. Baranyk, H. Kulesza, L. Werner. Row 3: D. Stachowicz, W. Tisak,
E. Dengel, A. Pcsolyar. R. Pastrick, G. Nicopoulos. D. Pawlyshak, M. Sudik. Row 4: K. Conover, J. Pasek, K. Gross. D. Bowan, R. Grubbs, R. Kapron. T. Kubicki, T. Campbell, T. Panutsos.
78Stamp Club members prepare to take notes to be read by Laura DeNardo from stamp collectors guide.
STAMP CLUB—Front Ron-: A. Lindsey, L. Mellon, V. Gasowski, P. Krokonko. Row 2: R. Rajter, L. Elliott. R. DeMay, D. Bacton, D. Strano, T. Patrician, C. Kemp.
Researching stamp origins yields wanted information for Vicki Gasowski, Tom Patrician, Pat Krokonko.
Club Members Exchange Rare and Different Stamps
Competing for rare and valuable issues. Stamp Club members increased their capital as well as their collections.
Corresponding with students in other lands. Stamp Club members received ample opportunity to expand their collections while gaining valuable knowledge of their foreign counterparts. By specializing the United States issues, members received valuable insight into American history.
Throughout the year, club members were aware of current events through newly issued stamps, while finding pleasure in the profitable hobby of stamp collecting.
79SENIOR MADRIGAL—Front Row: J. Quaye, M. Vukclic, B. Cantolina, J. David. K. Speer. G. Karolak. C. Polacek, L. DeMarco. S. Hrusko, R. Rigano, J. Scisciani. Row 2: D. Klodowski, K. Furr. D. Pinotich. K. Waskicwicz. C. Lambert. C. Joseph. D. Abraham, R. Friel, C. Perciavalle. J. Hvanko, Miss Rice. Row 3: F. Kaufman, R. Cross, D.
Honors Chorus members, Betty Garlick, Joe Herrmann, Tom Dempsey, and Paul Smolinsky rehearse.
Rodgers. R. Soldressen. C. Friel, N. Plese, V. Simosko, S. Ccpris, F. Murowski. N. Bober, J. Stradomski. Row 4: T. Boudros. W. Ostrowski. R. Wojtkoski, A. Cybak, C. Vernon, J. Nestor. P. Kingcrski. L. Perna, D. Strano, J. Papasodero. M. Schlosser, T. Waslo.
Christmas Choral Concert Enhances Holiday Season
This year the students of Ambridge Area High School were greeted with something new in the line of music. Replacing the regular Senior Madrigal was the Concert Choir, made up of the best of all the vocal classes.
As usual, December was a busy month for our choir. Opening the Christmas season on December 15. Miss Rice and her senior high choruses presented the annual Christmas Carol Program to a full house. On the 20th, the Christmas spirit was boosted as the senior chorus caroled through the halls and were joined by the junior and sophomore choruses at the Christmas tree in the main lobby. Adding the finishing touches to the Christmas program was Miss Ruth Troll’s Junior High Chorus presentation of their fourth annual Cantata, “A Song Unending,” by John Peterson.
On January 13 and 14, Jenny Double, Valerie Simosko, Joe Herrmann, Mike Sumko, and Bill Hamilton represented Ambridge High School at the Mid-Western Chorus Convention at Mercer.
soJUNIOR MADRIGAL—Front Row: L. Mawhinney, B. Shea, A. Kozlowski, M. Fioravanti. G. Hilliard, D. McClain. Row 2: L. Rondos, D. Supe, T. Bennis, P. Spear. E. Poutous, S. Shields, D. Roth, L. Bianchi, D. Hoko, Miss Rice. Row 3: D. McCulloch, N. Lester, C. Frederick, P. Scarpone, R.
Mihalsky. D. Stettler, C. Farkasovsky, D. Tyma, D. Ricci. Row 4: P. Smolinsky, A. Abraham. F. Palaio. G. Komlos. C. Firkaly, T. Modrovich, J. Pcrciavallc, S. Macurak. M. Petula, T. Vilk, G. Besong, W. Janicki.
JUNIOR MADRIGAL—Front Row: S. Hall, G. Witt, S. Jurcak, M. Imhoff, C. Haskins. N. Reed, J. Krol. Row 2: Miss Rice, L. Yosler, B. Garlick, P. Trautman, G. Robinsky. A. Rodriguez, M. Batalik. M. Meerdo, R. Miller. Row 3: L. Morr, L. Mitchell, P. Trautman, S. Stolich. J. Krvston. F. Vougias, D. Schofield. J. Janosik. G. Semonik, R. Monzi.
Row 4: T. Dempsey, P. Fleming, K. Barcikowski, D. Rich. S. Thomas, S. Brown, N. Locke, S. Haynie, N. Lester, J. Pisano. Row 5: P. Smolinsky, D. Reibold, D. McGeorge, D. Snyder, J. Underwood. R. Hayes. R. Merante. C. Jur-kowski, M. Shafran, C. Krucst, D. Lazzaretti.
81SENIOR MADRIGAL—Front Row: S. Kowalcyk, M. Hare, P. Kosarych, T. Aquino, C. Gideon, A. Cirignano. R. Egidi, M. Dzubak. Row 2: R. Edmunds. L. Rudek, K. Fitch, G. Double. L. Cetto. K. Dunn, C. Reich. K. Matzzie. Miss Rice. Row 3: P. Sovich, A. Kochcrzat. A. Kotys, W. Hamil-
ton, M. Levkulich, B. Makowski, D. Kasper, D. Sesti, R. Smart. Row 4: P. Westerman. T. DeMacio. J. Walter, R. Swiatek, D. Bcncviat, M. Sumko. S. Kline, L. Peterson. Row 5: J. Maletic, T. Flanigan. T. Kronstain, G. Kedzierski, S. Sin-chak. S. Farkasovsky, R. Koodrich. J. Bartolo. J. Herrmann.
SOPHOMORE CHORUS—Front Ron: D Zehndcr, T Chervick, T. Helsing, R. Bartimac. K. Buffalini. R. Fuegi, B. Stewart. A. Sopko. Row 2: C. Thompson. P. Stoloski, D. Hamilton. M. Deutsch, R. D'Ambrosio. K. Peck. D. Theo-dorous. C. Cobcrt, T. Vita, H. McFarland, J. Trella, V. Sopirak, D. Hamilton, N. Visokey, Miss Rice. Row 3: C.
Paslosky, J. Brendle, C Jakuhnwski. M. Ruskin. B. DeLaut-er. J. McCollim, A. Yakobik, K. Schwarz, A. Kristufek, E. Shaffer, S. Ammon, C. Kemp. Row 4: C. Kronstain, J. Leach, J. Wilson, J. Babich. N. Lashiw. K. Wargo, C. Case, C. Frederick. D. LeCerf, D. Platz, M. Viores, G. Caprita.
82JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS—Front Row: T. Rompala, R. Kajtcr, D. Krajack, M. Krol, M. Lewicki, J. Rykaczewski, M. Smigielski, J. Smigielski. Row 2: P. Bohinsky, L. Miller. J. Syka. C. McClure, I). Paczak, P. Kachur. L. Snyder. J. Bennis. D. PfafT, D. Stewart. M. Ryan. Row 3: N. Antipow, D. Vougias, M. Skapik, L. Spruill, E. Waskiewicz, L. Rai-
naldi. K. Zivic. V. Karat, J. Aloe. R. Mutterspaugh, E. Martin. S. Rcuss. Ron- 4: R. Bacion, L. Ochman. G. Fye, M. Prentice, S. Carmack, N. Foundas, J. Karolnk. M. Wcstovcr. Row 5: G. RaDso. R. Lockc. T. Tuntas, A. Lehn. R. Miller. C. Cickoski, M. Bclich, A. Pcsolyar, A. Coccaro, R. Zak.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS—Front Row: C. Pournaras, R. Christner, R. Catanzarite. T. Patrician, D. Gilarno, J. Bo-gati. Row 2: B. Christner, L. Puckett, D. Lamberto, H. Repine. L. Denardo, V. Gasowski, M. Guzan, J. Ondovcsik, R. Gaona. Row 3: D. Torrito. C. Talnash. K. Sapovchak, B. McBroom, K. Smith, M. Post. D. Shoup, I. Lipinski, L.
Smith, B. Bender, F. Bienkowski. Row 4. D. Haskins, M. Karas, P. Mrazovich. M Deep. B. Kuhel. E. Andrus. S. Gust. C. Brendle. G. Dahma, P. Sudik. L. McKeny. Row 5: R. Miller. G. Pfaff. G. Spanos, R. Strano, N. Pastrikas. M. Solvay, M. Gerega, K. Welling, M. Knafel.
83STUDENT COUNCIL—Front Row: M. Wcstovcr. P. An thony, S. Wills, E. Sangermano, W. DeSimone. E. Kasarda J. Krol, P. Sokol. Row 2: E. Esscck, S. Campbell. M. Krof chick. S. McDanel, G. Yaworsky, E. Kingas. L. Mehno M. Narkcvic, J. Spec. J. Weber. Row 3: A. Serak. D. Dru zisky, M. Runoviiz. D. Gaona, C. Joseph. A. Rainaldi. J
Nestor. R. Randel. W. Fink. R. Spinelli. Row 4: J. Taylor. W. Janicki. R. Boustead. J. Smith. W. Droz, L. Pszenny, L. Frank, R. Navalance. R. Locke, S. Kocherzat. M. Matika, R. Hawn, T. Campbell. Row 5: J. Krizan. W. Lazoration, R. Mushinski, D. Pavlik. D. Harris, J. Guidos, R. Kouvolo, C. Gasow'ski. D. Wuycik.
Student Council Promotes School Spirited Activities
Representing homerooms from grades nine through twelve, the Student Council met weekly to discuss school problems and their solutions.
Beginning their calendar of social events, the Council held their annual Garnet and Gray Dance in September. In November, members sold scented Christmas candles to add funds to their major project, the purchase of a sign for in front of the school. In December, they purchased and decorated a tree to promote Christmas spirit among the students. The 21st marked the date of the Mistletoe Ball where AHS students celebrated Christmas in an unforgettable way. The winning of the Section 3 Championship was a good reason for the Victory Dance held on February 17.
To give fashion-conscious students an opportunity to show off their finery, the Student Council sponsored dress-up days. The paid assemblies were also a part of the many activities promoted by members of the Student Council.
To celebrate the basketball team's Section 3 Title, Student Council plans a dance in honor of the team.
84PROGRAM SALES COMMITTEE—Front Row: M. Korol. A. Kozlowski, P. Bedzyk. D. Alcxa, M. Fioravanti. R. Matzzic, E. Bubien, B. Repine. Row 2: Mrs. Palmer. P. Barbe. S. Vogt. P. Lindauere. J. Telesz. R. Smart. B. Billik, D. Friel. E. Slappo. M. Matejka. Row 3: D. Thompson. E. Ryan. M. Mosnra. I I oedding. B. Makowski, K. Speer, M. Marks, A. Raynor, S. Shcleheda. Row 4: K. Kronstain, B. Gozur. K. Barcikowski, L. Muzyka. J. Husar. D. Kasper, N. Sowinski. P. Semonik.
In preparation for an upcoming game, Pep Club workers decorate the Pep Club Den.
Pep Club Decorates Halls Prior to All Varsity Games
A student entering the main lobby on the day of a football or basketball game found himself surrounded by Pep Club’s brightly colored signs and posters.
In an effort to stimulate school spirit, club members devoted many hours to the painting and posting of these signs. They also created and presented skits to further boost school spirit. Bus transportation was arranged by the club to carry fans to and from away games.
To raise money, the Program Sales Committee sold programs at all home football games. The club also sold Bridger sweatshirts, pennants, and pins.
In March, the Bridger Review, a student talent show, was sponsored by Mrs. Palmer and her club members.
Donning old clothes and preparing for a very wet afternoon. Pep Club members sponsored their annual car wash.
PEP CLUB—Front Row: D. Thompson, J. Spec. B. krupski, C. Siemtow-ski, M. Prince, M. Dzubak, J. Fittante, L. Dobrin, J. Beneviat Row 2: Mrs. Palmer, K. Kronstain. C. Smolnery, L. Powner, P. Miskulin, G. Double, R. Stettler. W. DeSimone. L. DeMarco. R. Miller. K Maravich. J. Schwartz. Row 3: P. Lindauere. A. Jesky. C. Gebet. M. Kunoviu. M. Hare, B. Makowski, T. Pieta, J. Wall. E. Bubien. A. Cirignano. R Lgidi, S. Vogt. Row 4: D. Rich, P. Semonik. R. Matzzie, P. Genet. C. Klingensmith. P. Bedzyk. C. Perciavalle, C. Smith. L. Cetto. T. Aquino, C. Gideon, D. Kasper. Row 5: D. Gross. M. Abraham. S. Tate. L. Shetek, S. Sheleheda. C. Wargo, R. Bencviat. T. Rompala. S. Brown, D. Thompson. C. Lambert, A. Raynor, C. Helsing. W. Hamilton. Row 6: W. Budris. D. Sevin, P. Darno, G. Kedzierski. T. McBroom. K. Kachur, D. Stewart. P Jurkow.xki, R. Morgart, A. Kocherzat, W. Droz. J. Papasodero, T. Campbell.
85Student United Nations
SUN Club officers discuss transportation and housing arrangements to be had for March Assembly at Chatham.
Ambridge High Delegates Share Worldly Viewpoints
During these times of rising tensions and international crises, the nations of the world strive hard to settle their disputes before the United Nations. In an attempt to give students an insight into the organization and its functions, the Student UN was instituted.
To help meet the expenses of attending the monthly meetings at Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, the members of the Student UN sponsored car washes, candy sales, and bake sales during the summer. The resolutions presented by the AHS delegation representing Togo, Panama, and Luren-burg were debated and voted upon during the mock assembly at Chatham Center on March 17-18.
Dealing with current events and realistic problems, the Student UN widened student views on national and international controversies.
STUDENT UNITED NATIONS—Front Row: C. Smolnery, W. Molchen. F. Palaio. J. Bozigar, N. Bohinsky, C. Gebci, L. Dobrin. Row 2: M. Korol, D. Roth, L. Rudek, K. Kron stain, S. Cepris, E. Ryan, B. Repine, C. Prichincllo. Row 3:
J. Babich. K. Sevin, S. Stolich. R. Roginski, J. Kryston, L. Nichols, B. Suchy. Row 4: W. Kucharski, B. Meiantc, J. Majer, T. Kubicki, S. Kocherzat.
86LEADERS' CLUB—Front Row: B. Firich. J. Evanko. E. Kasarda. W. DeSimone, G. Yaworsky. E Kings';. S Bcdzyk, M. Farkasovsky, J. Trocger, B. Blanarik, Row 2: C. Konkusi E. Esseck, M. Cokrlic. S. Schimonskv. C. Felix. L. Cetto, C. Gideon, L. Pence, B. Krupski, K. Fitch, M. Pietrzykow-
Leaders' Club Officers: Gloria Yaworsky, sec’y-treasurer; Sharman Bedzyk, vice-president; Elaine Kingas, president.
ski, C. Brown. Row .1: N. Krajack, E. Turanskv. R. Stettler, N. Locke. N. Lester, T. Rompala, D. Rich, Miss Yost. L. Muzyka, A. Rainaldi. J. Weber, R. Matzzie, J. Fittante, C. Smith, M. Runovitz.
Leaders’ Club Sponsors an Interscholastic “Play Day”
Girls donned with shin guards, newspaper hats, and paper basketball nets wandered through the halls on November 15, initiation day for the new members of the Leader’s Club.
Probably the greatest honor was the privilege of wearing a red gym suit and carrying a whistle. To assist Miss Yost, senior high physical education teacher, the Leaders set up equipment, led the class in exercises, and took attendance.
In an effort to raise money, the Leaders’ Club sponsored a car wash on September 24. They also sold Bridger football and basketball pins.
On April 18, the Leaders’ Club held a Play Day to which eighteen schools from the surrounding area were invited. Each school sent twelve representatives to compete in basketball, archery, volleyball, softball, and deck tennis. All the girls who attended the bi-annual Play Day exhibited good sportsmanship and were provided with the opportunity to meet and make new friends.
87GYM AIDS—Front Row: S. Wills. J. Voegel. G. Sopirak. L. Krizan, L. Fauth. I. Trella, M. Matejka. N. Winkler. L. Barnhart. B. Dengel. N. Firkaly. P. Burner. J. Essck. Row 2: Mrs. Palmer. P. Perris, D. Kopchick. J. Beneviat. P. Post. S. Carrera, M. Paleos. R. D’Ambrosio. M. Suchy, N. Mc-I.cllan. D. Paar. D. Thompson. C. Kundrat. Row 3: J.
Gym Aids Check Classes for Fitness and Dexterity
Freshmen or sophomore girls who possessed leadership qualities and athletic skills were qualified to become gym aids. They were judged on their ability to conduct exercises before a regular gym class.
Upon being accepted, these girls assisted Mrs. Palmer, the girls’ physical education teacher, whenever aid was needed. In addition to checking attendance, they demonstrated exercises and floor stunts. They tested and recorded the basketball, tumbling, and softball skills. Refereeing basketball games was another of their duties.
Being gym aids enabled girls to develop their athletic and leadership qualities, useful not only in school but also in many out of school activities.
Bundy, E. Lynam. S. Evans. B. DeLautcr. P. Kitzmiller, M. Viores. K. Maravich. J. Spec. B. Suchy, C. Paslosky, J. Vukmanich. C. Kronstain. Row 4: L. Kowal, P. Wagner. K. Wilson, B. Romano. C. Bojanowski, J. Brendle. D. Ro-senberger, G. Pitts. H. Tipton. D. Gaona. K. Fecik. C. Markvan.
Checking attendance is only one of the ways in which gym aids Janet Spec and Karen Maravich help Mrs. Palmer.
88GUIDANCE HELPERS—Front Row: A. McKcnney. D. ski. Row 2: B. Blanarik. M. Marks. J. Segrcti, J. Smith. Mozes, S. Kelley, C. Konkus, E. Sangermano. K. Bienkow-
Guidance Helpers Assort Booklets for Easy Access
Homer once said, “Light is the task where many share the toil.” This can easily be applied to the work done by the Guidance Helpers.
Approaching the jungle of catalogues and pamphlets accumulated in the guidance office, students faced the task of selecting the information which would satisfy their needs. The Guidance Helpers were always ready to help the students.
Because of the responsibilities that they carried, Mr. Beley chose these girls on the basis of their grades and willingness to work.
Another group of girls closely associated with the Guidance Helpers was the Bulletin Board Committee. These girls decorated the bulletin boards and kept the students up to date on scholarships, test deadlines, and career information.
BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE—Front .Row: M, Farka.sovsky, L Dobrin, D. Kasper, D. Rich, J. Fittantc, A. Ku ma. Ruw 2: C. Siemt'ow-ski. A, Jesky, V. Choroszewski, A. Augustine Row 3: P. BeJ yk, M Manousakis.
89YEARBOOK ADVERTISING STAFF—Front Row: B. Repine, K. Barcikowski, A. Dcl.uca. Row 2: K. Nagy, R. Ochman, B. Triska. Row 3: L. Woloshan, J. Pasek. Row 4: J. Boyt.
Mr. Desanzo, yearbook staff advisor, discusses suitable layouts for the division pages with the staff heads: Dev Repine, Joseph Boyt, Tony Nicastro.
Bridger Presents History of Eventful School Year
To present “a history of the year” was the main objective of the yearbook staff. Mr. Frank Desanzo, yearbook sponsor, encouraged writers to produce interesting and informative articles.
Once the theme was chosen and adapted to the opening and division pages, the staff began on each of their specialized tasks. The editors began the year by planning the six divisions of the book. The advertising staff attempted to obtain new ads as well as retain old ones.
After the type-style was chosen and the deadlines set-up, picture schedules were arranged and copy assignments were distributed. Then by selecting pictures, cropping them down to size, and captioning them according to specifications, they were combined with the copy blocks and sent to the publishers for printing.
Once the final deadline was met, the remaining months were used to prepare the theme and procedures for next year’s Bridger.
Before sending the material into the publishers to
be printed, it was the duty of the copy writers to
correct all copy and fit it in its allotted spaces.
90YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES Front Row: J. Hammond, L. Bailich. D. Hoko, S. Johnston, W. Tranter, G. Sopirak. Row 2: M. Mrazovich, B. Finch, C. Gideon, C. Aquino, D. Pinotich, C. Watson. Row 3: E. Esseck, G. Rossi, N. Lester, T. Blair, K. DeLaney, D. Hlozek, S. Voynick, A. Cybak. Row 4: C. Smith, S. Carrera, M. Westover. J. Pugar, D. Torrito, B. Marlinga. D. Niklewicz. Row 5: R. Fuegi, M. Krofchick, C. Case, S. Pecoraro, A. Kristufek, N. Trzcianka, C. Wargo, S. Shields, G. Caprita, A. Pcsolyar. Row 6: B. Horlick, J. Vukmanich, K. Pciciavallc. S. Smith, C. Rochn. M. Vukelic, V. Hasson. F. Murowski, K. Waskiewicz, W. Lazoration, F. Palaio.
As Paula Miskulin, who arranges index, and Anna Marie Jesky, yearbook typist, proofread the senior article, Maria Manousakis types carbon copies.
As deadlines neared, it was often necessary for the layout editors and the picture croppers to confer on proportional sizes in relationship to the layouts.
91FUTURE JOURNALISTS OF AMERICA—Front Row: R. Soldressen. J. Loedding, L. Dobrin. J. Boyt. Row 2: K. Fischl, D. Rhone, B. Repine, A. Nicastro, A. DeLuca. Row
3: L. Mehno, E. Kingas, A. Jesky, B. Triska, W. Budris. J. Puckett P. Miskulin.
David Rhone shows Bud Bilanich and Bev Repine, future journalist members, the new 1967 press card.
FJA Members Receive Experience in Journalism
To produce more manpower for the journalistic world was one of the aims of the Future Journalists of America. Members of the FJA developed their interests in the fields of writing, photography, advertising, and public relations work.
Upon paying his membership dues, the Future Journalist member received an FJA Press Card, identifying him as a member of the scholastic press. Also available to each individual member was the membership insignia, which is a replica of the FJA monogram.
Members of this organization prepared copy for the Silhouette and Bridger staffs.
Ambridge joined other member schools in sending copies of its newspaper, the Silhouette, to area schools as part of an exchange program.
DECA Members Attend Philadelphia Convention
By training and furnishing job experience to students in the fields of merchandising, marketing, and management, the distributive education class offered employees of high caliber to merchants of the surrounding area.
To enable the students to participate in the Western Pennsylvania Regional Leadership Conference at Adamsburg in March, DECA students held fire extinguisher and fruit cake sales to raise funds. Delegates from DECA were sent to Philadelphia to the State Leadership Conference in March.
During National DECA Week, members contacted merchants to explain the goals of DECA.
As the school year drew to a close, employers of the Distributive Education students were guests at the Employer-Employee Banquet held in May.
Mrs. Marlin. DECA sponsor, discusses fund-raising with Marianne Ricciardi, president, and other officers.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA— T. Miller. Row 3: C. Lubic. S. Lubic, F. Bologna, J. Kordas,
Front Row: N. Eberst, M. Ricciardi, Z. Lilley, C. Hopta, J. Kassell, R. Albright.
V. Paquct. Row 2: V. Spinelli, G. Chatupiak, J. Tyhonas,
SILHOUETTE STAFF—Front Row: B. Bicnkowski, L. Sovich, B. Makowski. Row 2: R. Hanzevack. D. Thompson.
B. Firich, E. Esseck. Row 3: K. Fischl, J. Chapala, S. Capp,
Improved Methods Result in Increased Subscriptions
It was a year of change for the Ambridge High School’s newspaper, the Silhouette. Many new methods were adopted. Among them were included the change to a more attractive style of paper, an enlarged sport section, and a new column, “From the Locker Room,” which won wide acclaim. An increase in subscriptions was due to the intensified efforts of the staff.
To supply basketball fans with all necessary information about the teams, staff members published and sold programs at the home games.
Because of its excellent coverage of all the school activities, the Silhouette kept the students and faculty up to date on all the current events.
Miss Griffith, Silhouette sponsor, presented pins to all senior staff members at the Awards Assembly in April. This was only a small token in recognition of the outstanding work they carried on throughout the past school year.
Harriet Kokoski, editor in chief, explains to Bud Bilanich how to revise one of his sports articles.
Ken Fischl, business manager, checks the money received from sales with Miss Griffith’s order list.
94SILHOUETTE REPRESENTATIVES—Front Rom: L. Och-man. J. David, S. Schimonsky, M. Fioravanti, C. Farkasovsky, W. DeSimone. J. Swartz. S. Warkoryi. Rom 2: L. Pitts. B. Bienkowski. D. Welsh, E. Kingas. J. Brendle, E. Argenta. S. Brown, J. Ondovcsik, P. Post. Row J: D. Kasper. J. Jarostow-ski, F. Vougias. D. Crispen. M. Deep. C. Swicrczcwski. E. Ryan. L. Mehno. Rom- 4: K. Fischl, P. Darno. D. McGcorgc. D. Garbinsky. D. Drotar, B. Coley.
Harriet Kokoski and Jo Anne Sradomski look over and give their approval of one of the Silhouette issues.
SILHOUETTE EDITORS—Front Rom-: H. Kokoski. J. Sradomski. Rom’ 2: C. Joseph. K. Barcikowski, K. Fischl, R. Hanzevack.
Karen Barcikowski hands Angie DeLuca and David Rhone their March edition featuring Senior Day.
Take time to play. . .
It is the secret of youth.
Speed and ability are emphasized in sports by constant timing.Coaches Alex Wheeler and Andy Radi confer with their assistants in the pressbox about plans for the next play.
A strong rush by Bridget end Jim Prentice was not quite enough to block a punt by Sharon halfback Terry Green.
Outclassed Bridgers Find Conference Play Rough
Another edition of Ambridge football revealed itself before 6,000 standing fans in Hopewell’s new stadium. In the game termed as the battle of the “lean and the green,” Coach Radi’s cleaters ran head-on into the forces of Walt Cleary. When the smoke cleared, both teams walked off the field clearly dissatisfied with the scoreless deadlock. The next week, our Bridgers set out for New Castle and a contest with the highly rated Red Hurricanes. The underdog Bridger squad played a good hard-hitting game, and led early in the contest, only to fall to the power of the Hurricane ground game in the second half, 19-6.
Har-Brack was Ambridge’s next opponent. The Bridgers made the ride home a long one for the Tigers as they handed them a 25-13 defeat. A well rounded attack proved to be the formula for victory. While quarterback Bob Kouvolo was having a hot hand hitting his receivers, the Bridger ground game was also in high gear.
98Rich Weber pulls in a touchdown pass from Randy Hawn late in the first half against Aliquippa.
Varsity Football (font.)
The hard running of Steve Sinchak and Rich Iorfido, complemented by hard passes to ends Steve Farkasovsky and Jim Prentice proved too much for the Har-Brack defense to handle.
In their next outing Ambridge ran into the powerful offensive machine of Beaver Falls. The result was one Ambridge fans would not soon forget. Splashing through a sea of mud at Reeves stadium, Beaver Falls ran, passed, and slid for five touchdowns and an easy victory. Not easily discouraged, Ambridge returned home to face undefeated Sharon. The surprising Bridgers slowed down the Bengal speed and led 12-7 at the half, only to fall to their own mistakes in the second half, 32-12.
The Big Red from Bellaire, Ohio trounced the Bridgers in their next outing. Scoring in every quarter, the Ohioans romped to a 32-6 victory.
With a lone victory to their credit, the Bridgers returned home to face Ellwood City. The Ambridge offense went to work immediately. On the second play from scrimmage, Kouvolo threw a screen pass to sophomore Rich Iorfido and the spunky Bridger fullback scampered 72 yards for a score. Behind fine blocking, the Bridger backs ground out valuable yardage, with Sinchak and Iorfido doing most of the ball-carrying. The Bridgers roared to a 26-0 lead and then withstood a strong Ellwood City rally to win, 26-20.
Ripping through the Quip line. Steve Sinchak gains valuable yardage before he is finally dragged down.
99At a rough Bridger practice, Dom DiVito, senior tackle, recovers a fumble making use of the techniques he has learned.
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The next match found Butler handing Am-bridge their fifth defeat. Led by Dave Cavalcro, Butler quarterback, the Golden Tornadoes struck through the air. After building a three touchdown lead behind Cavalero’s passing, the Butler ground game took over and held on to a 26-7 win.
Speed and crisp blocking combined to hand Ambridge its next defeat. Hugh McKinnis, Far-rail’s speedy fullback, bruised his way for four touchdowns behind fierce blocking and the death knell sounded again, 26-6.
Two evenly matched schools squared off in the annual Ambridge-Aliquippa game, and the contest was rated as a toss-up. To the dismay of the Ambridge fans, this was not to be the case. The Quips out ran, out passed, and out scored the Bridgers to the tune of 43-12, leaving the Ambridge student body chanting “Wait till basketball season!”
Although it was a statistically dismal season, several of the Bridgers won individual acclaim. Senior halfback Steve Sinchak was named to the second team M.A.C. and was also nominated for All State. Steve Farkasovasky and Allan Cybak were named to the third team M.A.C. at end and center respectively.
VARSITY FOOTBALL—G. Mattiga-Manager, R. Randel-Student Trainer, A. Cybak, B. Swiatek, J. Papsodero-Manager, R. Hamilton, R. Kouvolo, T. Pisano-Manager. F. Sangermano-Manager. Row 2: P. Cokrlic, K. BufTalini, E. Albrecht, D. DiVito. D. Russo, R. Weber, R. Sisley, B. Huwar, S. Farkasovsky, S. Sinchak, C. Crowe, R. Matuscak-Student Trainer, R. Soldressen-Student Trainer. Row 3: Mr. Budimir-Assistant Coach, Mr. Radi-Head Coach. D. Brownlee, J. Span, M. Uiinski, T. Doyle, D. McGeorge. P. Jones.
B. Triska, B. DiNinno, J. Taylor, B. Santo, R. Iorfido, J. Prentice, G. Scmonik. P. Antinopoulos, Mr. Wheeler-Assistant Coach, Mr. Chiaverini-Assistant Coach. Row 4: R. Roman, J. Wood. J. Maher, D. Yovanovic, L. Rogic, J. Lucic, J. McClure, L. Frank, M. Matika, N. Papinchak, R. Mushinski, J. Edmondson, P. Kamzelski, T. Wynn, P. Cobb, V. Yaniga. D. Christner, R. Hawn, J. Welsh, D. Cunnard, O. Hughes, J. Hajcher, P. Caul, J. Cobb.
100Bob Kouvolo, Dom Russo, and Allan Cybak watch the Bridget defensive unit stop an Ellwood City drive short of a first down.
Halfback Steve Stnchak s run around the Sharon end is brought to a crashing halt by an aggressive linebacker.
Tom Pisano and John Papsodero, football managers, watch action with Dave Radi and mascot. Bridgette.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
26 . . . Ellwood City. . .
7 . . . Butler
101Varsity Football (Com.)
Two Sharon defenders struggle with end Jim Prentice for a Bob Kouvolo aerial.
"Ambridge ball!" A Sharon drive is suddenly halted by a hard-hitting Bridger who stopped the runner and then recovered the loose pigskin.
Two stubborn Ellwood City linebackers try to wrestle Rich lorfido to the ground after the powerful Bridger fullback picks up a first down with yards to spare.
Sharon .... Beaver Falls Farrell .... New Castle. Butler .... Aliquippa .. Ambridge . .
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Fullback Rich lorfido breaks lose on a long touchdown run in the first period of the Har-Brack game.
Silence prevailed in the Ambridge locker room following a tough 26-7 loss to Butler, a scene repeated seven times during the varsity football season.
103The Am bridge defense prepare to "blitz" Beaver Falls in a junior varsity game played at Ambridge Stadium.
Junior Varsity Football
Ambridge J. V.’s Finish Strong; Post .500 Season
A slow start failed to discourage the Ambridge Junior Varsity, despite two season opening losses. The J. V. cleaters under Coach Chiaverini rallied to post a .500 mark.
After being shutout by Hopewell 13-0, and New Castle 19-0, the Bridgers came roaring back. In two consecutive home games, Coach Chiave-rini’s gridders knocked off the Quip J. V.’s by a 13-0 count and then shellacked the Beaver Falls squad 33-0.
In the return match with Aliquippa, the Quips proved tougher on their home field and held the little Bridgers to a 6-6 tie. A 19-6 loss at the hands of the Ellwood City squad, followed by an exciting 7-6 win at Beaver climaxed the season.
Although it is said that victory is all important, the main purpose of junior varsity football was to prepare and give experience to grid players for next year’s varsity squad. Mr. Chiaverini did exactly this. Next year we can look forward to some fine new varsity talents as a result of the 1966 junior varsity season.
Two junior varsity dealers practice using cross blocks under the forceful instructions of Coach Alex Wheeler.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
0 . . . New Castle . . . . 19
13 . . . Aliquippa . . . . 0
33 . . . Beaver Falls . . 0
6 . .. Aliquippa .... 6
6 . . . Ellwood City. . 19
104JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL—Front Rom-: Coach J. Kokoski, W. Mcrantc, D. Muller. R. Miller, W. Jones, B. Reibold. R. Huwar, M. Knafelc, R. Rossi, D. Ropon, A. Lucas. Row 2: Coach J. Chapala, R. Strano, J. Chiaverini. A. Serak, R. Witowich, P. Peronis, J. Deep, M. McKenzie. K. Welling, A. Huchel. Row 3: Manager N. Pastrikis, J. Hlista, M. Mozes, D. Schmidt, C. Costan-
za. R. Bezrck. R. Bufalini, R. Locke, A. Purnaros, J. Rossi, D. Gilarno. Row 4: Manager H. Posega, G. Kanakis. D. Anthony, I. Moore. Mr. Morisettc. D. Welsh, C. Cichoski, L. Hughes. S. Bezak, L. Cichaski. Missing or absent: M. Pless, M. Kachur, J. Ford, J. Jasinski, J. Joy. Manager J. Dunn.
Junior High Football
Inexperienced Bridgers Suffer Winless Campaign
It was a year of heartbreaking defeats and solid trouncings for the Ambridge Junior High School football team. After coming through with a fine 4-1 record last year, the 1966 squad, with most of its lettermen gone, posted an 0-4 slate.
In their home opener. Coach Kokoski’s team was stomped solidly by Hopewell squad 27-0. They showed some improvement in their next encounter, but a few costly mistakes led to their downfall and they fell at the hands of the Rochester squad, 19-6.
A heartbreaking defeat at Monaca followed. Scoring on the first play of the game, the Baby Bridgers led all the way, only to see their chance of victory go up in smoke on the last play. The Indians scored and converted for a 7-6 victory.
Shaken by their last-second defeat the week before, they set off for the Midland game. The Little Leopards trounced our Bridgers 38-0 and brought a shattering end to a dismal season.
A fine defensive play by the Bridgers finds Coach Kokoski showing his approval, as Ambridge stops a Hopewell drive.
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
0 . . . . Hopewell . . . . 27
6 . . . . Rochester . . . . 19
6 . . . . Monaca . . . . 7
0 . . . . Midland . . . . 38Loyal fans and students proudly proclaim Coach Chuck DeVenzio as king of Section three basketball.
Undefeated Bridgers Win
Frank Kaufman hauls in a key rebound against the Schenley Spartans in the PI A A semifinals at Pitt Field.
106First Section Three Cage Championship in 24 Years
It was the year of the championship. It was a year of dunked basketballs, trips to the Civic Arena, and record-breaking performances. From the come-from-behind 72-65 win at Altoona to the wild celebration following the 93-61 win over Chester, it was an unforgettable year.
The exhibition season posted no strong challenge to the Bridger superiority. After the Altoona win came victories over Monaca, Kiski Area, Freedom, and Rochester. The highly-rated Brid-gers’ then turned their thoughts toward Section 3. Behind Denny Wuycik’s strong 30 point performance, the Bridgers hurdled their first obstacle on their way to a section title with a 89-65 victory at Butler.
In the home opener, Dick DeVenzio and Denny Wuycik combined their talents to land defending Section 3 champ Farrell a 83-66 setback.
Over the Christmas holidays, the Bridgers won the Ambridge Hoopster Booster tournament with victories over Beaver and North Hills.
Returning to section action, captain Dick DeVenzio gave Sharon fans a taste of championship play as he poured in 32 of the Bridgers 65 points in a 65-52 victory over the Bengals.
A record-breaking 45 point performance by Denny Wuycik highlighted an overwhelming 115-59 victory over Ellwood City. Denny broke the record of 42 set by Ray Broko in 1961. The Bridgers won their next two games, setting the stage for the match with second place Aliquippa.
Starting fast, the Bridgers roared to an early lead, and behind timely shooting held the Quips at bay for a 74-64 victory.
The Bridgers then went to work on clinching the title. Butler’s and Farrell’s stalling tactics failed to slow down the Bridger express; and Sharon, Ellwood City, and Beaver Falls all fell by decisive margins, leaving only New Castle between the Bridgers and the title. After a close first quarter, the Bridgers moved to an insurmountable lead. Time ran out on New Castle and the rest of Section 3 with the score reading 64-46 and the Bridger starting five resting comfortably on the bench. Fans cheered, cheerleaders cried, and the band played “Marne”; Ambridge had its first Section 3 champion in 24 years.
Aliquippa gave the Bridgers their sternest test before bowing 61-55.
The Bridgers were off to the playoffs!
The Ambridge Bridgers pause for a moment to seek the assistance of One who is infinitely greater than they.
107Varsity Basketball (cont.)
A Sharon player tries desperately to block a Denny Wuycik dunk shot in a crucial section three game.
Three Bridgers scramble for the elusive basketball in the Bridgers 78-62 playoff victory over Altoona.
Ambridge center Frank Kaufman tips in a stray shot during third quarter action in the Schenley game.
FINAL SECTION 3 STANDINGS
Ambridge . . . 14 0
Aliquippa ...11 3
New Castle . . . . . 8 6
Sharon .... . . . 8 6
Farrell .... ... 6 8
Butler .... ... 5 9
Beaver Falls . . ... 3 11
Ellwood City . . . . . 1 131967 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
Ambridge 72 . . . Altoona . . Opponents . . . 65
71 . . . Monaca . . . . . 34
92 . . . Kiski Area . . . . 63
108 . . . Freedom . . . 39
80 . . . Rochester . . . . 63
97 . . Beaver . . . . 64
81 . . North Hills . . . . 51
89 . . . Butler . . . . . 65
83 . . . Farrell . . . . . 64
65 . . . Sharon . . . . . 52
115 . . . Ellwood City . . . 59
96 . . Beaver Falls . . . 48
72 . . . New Castle . . . 52
74 . . . Aliquippa . . . . 64
55 . . . Butler . . . . . 35
61 . . . Farrell . . . . . 32
74 . . . Sharon . . . . . 47
65 . . . Ellwood City . . . 40
77 . . . Beaver Falls ... 55
64 . . New Castle ... 46
61 . . . Aliquippa . ... 55
WP1AL CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES
Ambridge 61 . West. Memorial Opponents . . . 41
84 . . Fox Chapel . . . 60
62 . . Mt. Lebanon . . . . 52
PIAA CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES
Ambridge 78 . . . Altoona . . Opponents . . . 62
68 . . . Schenley . . . 50
PIAA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Ambridge 93 . . . . Chester . Opponents . . . 61
Coach DeVenzio frequently held discussions with the referees over matters of great consequence.
Captain Dick DeVenzio twists through the air on one of his famous layup shots against Altoona.
Tom DeMacio, A mbridge’s durable guard, fires a long jump shot over the outstretched arm of Sharon High’s Catlirone.Varsity Basketball (coni.)
Ambridge Defeats Mount Lebanon for First WPIAL
Jumping high off the floor, Ambridge’s big center Frank Kaufman launches a one-hand jumper in the Chester game.
All-American Dick UeVenzio takes time out from the Altoona contest to sit down.
Following a two week layoff, the Bridgers began their quest for the WPIAL crown. Behind a 29 point performance by Denny Wuycik. the Bridgers defeated Westinghouse Memorial by a 61-41 count at Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena.
The rebounding of Denny Wuycik and Frank Kaufman, supplemented by a brilliant 30 point performance by Dick DeVenzio, handed Fox Chapel a 84-60 defeat. A balanced scoring attack supplied Ambridge with the WPIAL crown. The classy Mt. Lebanon quintet was a strong match for the Bridgers, and the score changed hands several times before the Bridgers broke away for a 62-52 victory.
The Bridgers, WPIAL champions for the first time, were now District 7 representatives in the PIAA playoffs. The Altoona Mountain Lions, defeated by the Bridgers by several points in the season opener, found the going a little rougher the second time around. Paced by Wuycik’s 20 points and captain DeVenzio’s 22, the Bridgers rolled to an impressive 78-62 victory.
Coach Wyllie joins Dick DeVenzio, Frank Kaufman, and Coach DeVenzio in a happy moment in Harrisburg.
110Crown in School History
1967 PENNSYLVANIA STATE CHAM PIONS—Front Row: L. Kotys. Mgr.. Ci. Robinson, p. DcVcnzio. K. Fior-vanti. P. DePasquale, Coach DeVenzio. Row 2: W. Janicki.
Mgr., T. DeMacio. W. Ostrowski, D. Wuycik. F. Kaufman, D. Russo, P. Kamzelski, L. Mastrcau, Mgr.
AMBR1DGE COACHES—Steve Garay. Junior High, John Wyllie, Junior Varsity, Chuck DcVcnzio. Head Coach.
In the waning moments of the state championship game, the players take a breather.
111Bridgers Set Four Records in Pennsylvania State Title
Schenley’s Mont el Brundge tries to drive, but he guarded closely by Kaufman and Ostrowski.
Ambridge’s Denny Wuycik shows why he is the best “big man” in the state as he stuffs Durrett's shot.
The Pitt Field House was the setting for the game of the year. Schenley’s Spartans, defending PIAA state champions and city-league winners, met undefeated Ambridge, the WPIAL’s representatives.
Scoring first, the mighty Bridgers were never headed. The stiff Ambridge defense held the Spartans to a single field goal in the first quarter and led at the half 34-22. The second half found the heavy board work of Kaufman taking its toll as the Bridgers lengthened their lead. The Bridgers, who led by as much as 21 points, settled for a hard-earned 68-50 triumph.
The Farm Show Arena in Harrisburg was the last stop for the Bridgers. Playing before 8,500 fans, the Bridgers gave a record-shattering performance. Hitting their first six shots, the Bridgers roared to a 15-4 lead and lengthened it to 26-10 at the end of the first quarter. Coach DeVenzio’s cagers seemed unstoppable, and by the end of the first half the WPIAL champs had outclassed the Clippers to the tunc of 51-21. The contest was evenly played in the second half with the Bridgers holding on to a 30 point lead. In the closing seconds, senior Tom DeMacio tossed in two foul shots to break one record, and sophomore Rich Iorfido put in a bucket at the buzzer for another mark.
In all, the Bridgers broke four records for a state championship contest: most goals, 36, biggest margin of victory, 32 points, most total points, 154, and most points by a single team, 93.
Individual acclaim was also given the team members. Captain Dick DeVenzio was named first team All-American as well as first team All-State. Junior Denny Wuycik was named first team All-State, and fifth team All-American. Frank Kaufman was named to honorable mention All-State and second team section three. Starters Phil DePasquale and Walt Ostrowski were named to honorable mention for section three. Chuck DeVenzio, coach of the only undefeated team in Pennsylvania, was named coach of the year by both section three and the WPIAL. The key to the Bridgers’ success would have to be their teamwork. Each player gave unselfishly so that the team might benefit. Game after game, the Bridgers’ great teamwork was evident; team spirit that separated the contender from the champion. The 1967 Bridgers were undoubtedly the greatest basketball team in Ambridge High School history, and probably the best team ever to wear the PIAA crown.
Ambridge ... 26 25 16 26—93
Chester .... 10 11 11 29—61Game Victory Over Chester
Under bright light's at the Farm Show Arena, All-Stater Denny Wuycik lofts a pass to center Frank Kaufman.
BOX SCORE FOR TITLE AMBRIDGE GAME
FG FT Pts.
Wuycik 18 9 29
Ostrowski 2 1 5
Kaufman 5 8 18
DeVenzio 10 1 21
DePasquale 4 0 8
Russo 1 0 2
Fiorvanti 3 0 6
Robinson 0 0 0
DeMacio 0 2 2
Iorfido 1 0 2
Kamzelski 0 0 0
Palmer 0 0 0
36 CHESTER 21 93
FG FT Pts.
McLaughlin 4 0 8
Powell 0 1 1
Shamberger 3 0 6
Williams 8 2 18
Swain 6 2 14
Leake 1 0 2
Hunt 5 2 12
27 7 61
Schenley’s Ken Darrett congratulates the Bridgets on their record breaking 93-61 win over Chester.
1131967 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM—Front L. Mastrean. Mgr.. M. Matika, J. Gill, D. Harris, P. Kam-
Row: J. Battisti, Mgr., J. Welsh. R. Hawn, G. Robinson. zelski, R. Branowitzer, R. Bly, W. Lazoration, M. Lewicki.
R. Iorfido. V. Palmer, L. Kotys, Mgr. Row 2: Coach Wyllic, W. Janicki, Mgr.
1967 JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
Ambridge 41 . . Altoona . . . (Opponents . . 31
59 . . Monaca . . . . . 57
69 . . Kiski Area . . . . 43
56 . . Freedom . . . . 34
53 . . Rochester . . . . 56
48 . . Butler . . . . 49
37 . . Farrell . . 48
46 . . Sharon . . . . . 44
46 . . Ellwood City . . . 40
46 . . Beaver Falls . . 55
51 . . New Castle . . . . 62
43 . . Aliquippa . . 48
60 . . Butler . . . . . 51
45 . . Farrell . . . . . 50
52 . . Sharon . . . . . 40
51 . . Ellwood City . . . 38
34 . . Beaver Falls . . 36
40 . . New Castle . . 54
46 . . Aliquippa . . . . 70
Junior Varsity Basketball
Sophomore J. Y. Squad Gains Needed Experience
Keeping pace with the undefeated varsity, the junior varsity cagers won their first four games. The Bridgers opened the season with victories over Altoona, Monaca, Kiski Area, and Freedom before going on a three game losing streak. Rebounding, the J.V. cagers nipped Sharon, 46-44 and Ellwood City, 46-40.
After losing three consecutive games, including a 48-43 defeat at the hands of Aliquippa, the Bridgers got back on the winning track at home with a 60-51 victory over Butler. Farrell’s height advantage proved to be the difference in the next match as the Steeler J.V.’s handed the Bridgers a 5 point defeat. After victories over Sharon, 52-40, and Ellwood City, 51-38; the Bridgers lost their return matches with Beaver Falls, New Castle, and Aliquippa to finish their campaign with a 9-10 slate.
Playing against older teams, the sophomore J.V.’s gained the experience necessary to help Ambridge defend their state title.
1141967 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM—Front Row: M. Morriscitte, J. Rossi. M. Knafelc, J. Deep, B. Serak,
R. Huwar, R. Bezuk, M. Matika, H. Rosega. B. Reibold. F. G. Rapso. J. McCrory, T. Loedding, Mgr.
Morelli, M. Grega, Mgr. Row 2: J. Roman. Coach Garay,
Junior High Basketball
Junior High Iloundballers End Year in Third Place
Although battling against taller teams, the Junior High Bridgers finished Section 20 play in a third place tie with Riverside. After losing their opener to Center, the Bridgers downed Aliquippa, 39-31, and Baden-Economy, 47-35. The Quips, however, won the return match, 39-20.
Coach Garay’s cagers began Section 20 play by losing to Riverside, 57-31. After trouncing Freedom, 42-28, the Bridgers dropped games to Highland Suburban and New Brighton. The Bridgers downed Seneca Valley, 27-24, and lost to Rochester to end the first half of section play.
The Bridgers started second half action by defeating Riverside, 39-28, and Freedom, 36-32. The baby Bridgers then fell to Highland Suburban and New Brighton by 42-27 and 44-23 counts.
Seneca Valley lost its return match with Ambridge as the Bridgers rolled up 49 tallies while holding Seneca to 33. The Ambridge quintet dropped its final game with Rochester to end with a 7-9 seasonal slate.
1967 JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
Ambridge 29 . . Center .... Opponents . . 32
38 . . Aliquippa . . . . . 31
47 . . Baden-Economy . . . 35
20 . . Aliquippa . . . . . 39
31 . . Riverside . . . . . 57
42 . . Freedom . . . . 28
22 . . Highland . . . . . 39
49 . . New Brighton . . . . 51
27 . Seneca Valley . . . . 24
20 . . Rochester . . . . . 44
39 . . Riverside . . . . . 28
36 . . Freedom . . 32
27 . . Highland . . . . . 42
23 . . New Brighton . . . . 44
49 . . Seneca Valley . . . . 33
15 . . Rochester . . . . . 33
115Under Coach Chapala's eye, Ed Petroski, Bill Faltenovich, Dan Cunnard, Vince Yaniga, and Boh Sinchak try putting the shot.
John Edmondson tosses the discus as Jim Lauf, Tom Wynn, Jim Riley, and Ron Kasper look on.
Bob Kouvolo, third place finisher in last year's state championship meet, demonstrates the proper approach before tossing the javelin.
1161966 TRACK AND FIELD TEAM—Front Row: R. Blanchard, R. Sinchak, D. Cunnard, T. Wynn, J. Gill, R. Hawn, D. Konitsney, P. Smolinsky. J. Hlista. Row 2: J. Maher, F. Kaufman. R. Swiatek, R. Fager, S. Sinchak. S. Farkasovsky. M. Sumko. W. Loedding, R. Baronitis. J. Venglass. R. Kouvolo, F. Fuller. Row 3: Mr. J. Chapala, R. Nemchik, W. Faltenovich.
E. Pctroski. J. Span, L. Dunn, J. Edmondson, J. Lauf, R. Kasper, R. Fuegi. K. Buffalini. P. Caul, V. Yaniga, D. Shimrak, Mr. D. Piper. Row 4: J. Riley, T. Rigano, D. Hopson. D. Naugle. D. Leschine. E. Venanzio, R. Randel. J. Campbell. P. Smolinsky, R. Mushinski, E. Hlozck, R. Fricl, R. Lipscomb, L. Frank.
Track and Field
Track and Field Squad Completes Finest Season
“It was the best of years.” The 1966 track and field team completed the best season of any track team ever to represent Ambridge High School. The team placed first in every dual and triangular meet. The Bridgers also won the Beaver County meet and were Mid-West Conference champs.
Coach Piper’s squad placed third in the WPIAL championship meet and placed high in the tri-state coaches meet, Butler and Canonsburg invitation-als, and the state championship meet.
The javelin throwers. Bill Kouvolo, Bob Kouvolo, and Elvasio Vaccaro, took first place in the WPIAL relays with a record toss of 554’4”.
Frank Kaufman, Steve Farkasovsky, and Russ Fager combined their talents to bring home the WPIAL relay high jump championship.
The great team record was not without fine individual performances. Frank Kaufman won the high jump in the State Jaycee meet in 1965 and again in 1966 and was chosen as the outstanding field athlete both years.
High jumper Russ Fager makes a not-to-perfect landing after clearing the bar at five feet nine inches.
117BRIDGER JAVELIN HURLERS—Ray Mushinski. Lou Frank, Bob Kouvolo, Ed Hlozck, and John Vcnglass.
Bob Baronitis, Mike Sumko, Paul Loedding, and Sieve Sinchak practice passing the baton.
Track and Field (cunt.)
The Kouvolo brothers. Bill and Bob, gave Am-bridge the best javelin combination in the state. Bob holds the javelin record in several meets and finished second to brother Bill in the WPIAL championship meet.
John Zebrowski, school record holder in the discus, took second in the WPIAL meet. The team’s high scorer was Gene Modic, who took both the 100 and 200 yard dashes in the Beaver County meet.
Mike Sumko won the broad jump event in both the County and State Jaycee meets and also ran in the triple jump and the mile relay. Steve Farka-sovsky, who tied for second in the high jump in the WPIAL championship meet, also competed in the low hurdles.
With many of the athletes coming back. Coaches Piper and Chapala are looking forward to the 1967 season.
usUnder the watchful eye of Coach Piper, senior Steve Sin-chak combines speed with agility to take the low hurdles.
Senior Mike Sumko, Beaver County broad jump champion, displays form that netted him first place.
Steve Farkasovsky, member of the 1966 WP1AL champion high jump team, shows proper method for take off.
119VARSITY BASEBALL—Front Row: G. Mittiga. J. Janicki. R. Fiorvanti. V. Pallidini. R. Furr, J. Frankewicz, S. Jahoda. Row 2: Coach Gary, J. Underwood, T. DeMacio, R. Iorfido, D. Ver-
nak, B. Buflfone, G. Botsko, A. Vincent, R. Sokolowski. A. Klin-sky, W. Ostrowski, D. Kubit, J. Nestor, J. Lively, J. Papsodero, L. Kotys.
VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES Ambridge Opponents
6 . . . . Freedom .... 8
2 . . . . Beaver .... 9
5 . . . . Aliquippa .... 7
0 . . . Beaver Falls . . . 4
3 . . . New Brighton . 7
9 . . . . Hopewell .... 8
13 . . . . Freedom .... 9
0 . . . Beaver Falls 5
3 . . . . Beaver .... 12
6 . . . . Aliquippa .... 1
8 . . . New Brighton . . . 15
0 . . . . Hopewell .... 7
Jerry Nestor takes a few warm-up tosses before the start of the Ambridge-Beaver Falls contest.
Tom DeMacio, Bridger left fielder, stretches in vain to prevent a long fly ball from becoming a home run.
Hotly Contested Matches Highlight Baseball Season
If the statement about knowledge being gained only in defeat is true, the young Ambridge squad should be one of the smartest teams in section twenty next year. Coach Garay’s squad, comprised mostly of underclassmen, could manage only three victories out of twelve starts.
In the lid lifter, the Freedom nine outscored the Bridgers, 8-6. The Bridgers could not combine good hitting with good pitching, and lost their next four games, leaving our Bridgers with an 0-5 slate.
The Bridgers recorded their first victory when a seventh inning run nipped the Hopewell team, 8-7. Homeruns by Ron Fioravanti and Dave Vemak helped to overcome the nine runs given up by Bridger pitchers and paved the way for another triumph, 13-9.
Poor pitching then led to the Ambridge downfall, as the Bridgers could win only one of their remaining five games. The Ambridge pitching staff found itself in the Aliquippa game, however. Behind the strong two hit-pitching of Bob Buffone, the Bridgers struck for six runs and a satisfying 6-1 victory over arch rival Aliquippa.
121CROSS-COUNTRY—Front Row: J. Bajek-Manager, T. Korol, B. Loedding, M. Sumko, J. McGeorge, J. Bartolo, L. Suhorsky, F. Fuller-Manager. Row 2: Coach D. Piper, T. Rigano, R. Headland, J. Loedding, D. Rizzo, B. Bly, D. Harris, P. Smolinsky. P. Loedding, R. Polito, D. Leschine. Row 3: L. Werner. D. Wachtel, R. Morgart, R. Roby, B. Byan. L. Dunn. B. Waldhuber, A. Sapov-chak, R. Baronitis. J. Dennerlein.
Varsity Cross Country
ream Balance Paves the Way for Winning Season
Taking a position beside the starter’s gun and racing for an unseen finish line some three miles away takes a special breed of athlete. This special breed of athletes made up the 1966 cross-country team. Although the squad sported no qualifiers for the state meet, the overall team balance paved the way for a winning season.
Highlighting the season for the Bridger harriers were the dual meets, where they emerged victorious in three of the four meets scheduled. The Bridgers were runners-up in the triangular meets, and placed third behind Mt. Lebanon and Butler in the big quadangular meet at Ambridge Country Club.
Tony Korol, Bill Loedding, and Dave Leschine were the leading point getters on the squad and each had a first place to his credit. Other letter winners were M. Sumko, J. McGeorge, P. Loedding, J. Bartolo, D. Rizzo, J. Loedding, B. Bly, R. Headland, L. Suhorsky, and R. Polito.
Ambridge cross country stars, Seniors Bill Loedding and Tony Korol, practice daily to keep in top physical shape.
VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES
23 . . Wilkensburg . . . . 33
40 . . . Canon-McMillan . . . 15
19 . . . Rochester . . 36
22 . . . . Aliquippa . . . . 33
2nd Place . . vs. Riverside, Freedom
2nd Place . . vs. Coraopolis, Freedom
2nd Place . . vs. New Castle, Sharon
3rd Place . . vs. Mt. Lebanon, Butler, No. Hills
His ball being buried in some tricky sand, Tom Sofranko shows his skill in using a wedge by blasting from a trap.
Ambridge Duffers Record 3-7 Mark in Section Play
Having only a few experienced starters on the squad, Ambridge Area High School’s Golf Team did not fare well in their tough section last year. Although the squad won only a few matches, some of the boys had very good scores. Senior Tom Lebec had one of the best medalist score averages. For his fine effort, Tom was chosen to compete in the W.P.I.A.L. Individual Championship Golf Tournament. Remaining in the fine form that netted him a berth in the tournament, Tom reached the finals, which were held at the Westmoreland Country Club.
After defeating Hampton twice and Avonworth once in the early part of the season, the Bridgcr golfers found the going rough in the second half of their schedule. The team lost three matches, including a crushing defeat at the hands of North Allegheny. With the final two matches remaining with Avonworth and North Hills, Coach Lebec started some juniors and sophomores, believing that the experience gained by the underclassmen would be helpful in building a winning team next season.
VARSITY GOLF SCORES
13 4 • • Hampton .... . 2 4
4 4 . . North Allegheny . . . 11 4
3 . . Shaler . 13
12 . . Hampton .... . 4
9 . . Avonworth 7
4 . . North Hills . . . . 12
6 . . Shaler . 10
0 . . North Allegheny . . . 16
6 . . Avonworth . . . 10
2 4 . . North Hills . . . . 13 4
1967 GOLF TEAM—Coach Lebec, Jim Sofranko. Tom Sofranko, Dan Snyder, Bob Phillips, Dave Stoner, and Bob Koodrich.
123When adverse weather conditions prevent Larry Mastrean from going on the tennis court, he practices in the gym.
Bridger Netters Complete
First Season in WPIAL
When spring arrives, athletes at Ambridge Area High School look toward the baseball diamond or the track. A handful of them, however, reported to the tennis courts and Mr. Donald Anders. Tennis, just added as a varsity sport two years ago, has been growing in popularity ever since. Being a fine conditioner, tennis is a sport which can be played later on in life by all.
The Bridger squad competed in WPIAL competition for the first time last year. Battling against more experienced teams, they compiled a 3-7 record. Coach Anders was high in the praise of his number one man, sophomore Jim Fegan. Dan Epply and Tim Kokoski held down the number two and three positions respectively.
Next year the squad will be inexperienced, with Jim Fegan the only returning letterman. Despite this. Coach Anders feels that with some hard work and new talent, his boys could finish their second season in the WPIAL above the .500 mark.
Junior Larry Mastrean sharpens his serving technique hy attempting to hit the empty tennis can with his serves.YALE-PRINCETON—Front Row: Players. D. Rich. E. Kingas, K. Waskiewicz, L. Muzyka. C. Felix, A. Vallecorsa, L. lorfido,
C. Farkasovsky, N. Persuitte, M. Schmidt. P. Sobota, K. Brown. Row 2: Manager A. Rainaldi, Players G. Yaworsky. L. DeMarco,
D. Giampaolo, J. Weber, Sponsors Miss Spahr, Miss Yost, Players
S. Bedzyk. N. Locke. D. Fisher. Manager C. Spec. Row 3: Manager E. Turansky, Cheerleaders J. Fittante. M. Farkasovsky, A. White, M. Rosen. J. Battisti. S. Wetzel. B. F.gidi, J. Nadzak. I.. Blanarik, K. Knafelec, B. Blanarik, K. Turek, B. Hittie, K. Fitch. L. McTighe, N. Belis.
Claudia Farkasovsky, Louise Muzyka, and Linda lorfido scramble for a jump ball in the 1966 Y-P game.
Y ale- Prin ceton
New Traditions Added to 35th ale-Princeton Game
Providing athletic competition for girls and giving them a game of their own, the Yale-Princeton contest has become a tradition that all girls look forward to. Before the March 12 game, girls, hopeful of being chosen for the annual classic, attended intramural basketball practice. As the time for the game neared, the teams, cheerleaders, managers, and reserves were chosen.
Pep assemblies were held the week of the game, and pins and signs could be seen everywhere. Stuffed tigers and bulldogs, portraying the teams colors, were carried through the halls between classes.
For the first time in Yale-Princeton history, a preliminary game was played between the Yale “Pups” and Princeton “Cubs,” made up of the Y-P reserves.
Amid the cheers and urgings of the senior high school female population, the 35th Yale-Princeton basketball game started. After a hard fought and thrilling game, Yale emerged the victor, 29-20. Though the game was over, it would long be remembered by both fans and participants.
Intramurals Provide Well Rounded Sports Program
Every Monday and Thursday evenings, the boys’ gym was alive with the action of basketball intramurals. After the teams applied to Mr. Lebec, two leagues were formed. Three months later, after many games, the champion finally emerged.
Mr. Carter’s intramural bowlers had three leagues this year. Every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons, a stream of bowlers flowed into Economy Lanes at Ambridge.
After the Christmas holiday, Mr. Kokoski’s intramural volleyball started. The Bridger intramural spikers played every Monday and Wednesday in the Anthony Wayne Elementary School Gymnasium.
Interested girls could also participate in intramural sports. Softball was played in the fall and spring, while basketball and volleyball dominated the winter program.
Before the beginning of volleyball practice, Alan Despines practices the proper serving techniques.
Rebounds were often hard to come by during the rough intramural action on Thursday nights in the boy’s gym.
126Preparing to release the ball, Pete Kingerski hopes for a strike or at least a spare to enable him to help his team and improve his average.
Senior Ralph Gregorek sets himself up under the volleyball to demonstrate the proper method of returning a hard-flying serve.
Dennis Kubit takes time to line up his ball with the kingpin before trying for a strike.
127Mike Lelak of Purdue tips in a basket during the heated action that takes place on Thursday night intramurals.
Sam Stitt, score keeper for his intramural bowling team, intently watches the bowling ball roll down the alley.
Chuck Barlow comes down with a rebound in a heated intramural contest between VUlanova and Midgets.
Before he begins his game, Ken Kachur looks for a ball with a comfortable grip and the correct weight.
128Ralph Gregorek attempts to save the hall from going out-of-hounds during a volleyball practice session.
ALL-STAR VOLLEYBALL TEAM—Front Row: E. Kingas. Row 2: T. Aquino. L. DeMarco. L. Cctto. C. Gideon. Row 3: K. Waskicwicz. L. Muzyka. G. Yaworsky, R. Stettlcr. Row 4: M. Mihalic. S. Bedzyk, D. Rich. J. Weber.
As the ball rolls swiftly down the lane, a worried bowler studies its direction hoping for a I Oth frame strike.
Players look on as two rivals battle for a jump ball in the waning moments of a crucial intramural contest.
AMBRIDGE-ALIQUIPPA CHEERLEADERS—From Row: J. Spec. C. Musolin, C. Smith. D. White. Row 3: P. Dc-
J. Lehocky, W. DeSimone. B. Sfuffant, J. Bencviat. C. Di Pasquale D. DeVenzio. W. Ostrowski. J. McGeorge. B.
Mattia. R. Miller. Row 2: J. Nardo. L. Cetto. A. Faieta. Mutschle’r. L. Pszenny.
“Cheers! Cheers! For old Ambridge High!” shouts Rhonda Miller after a winning touchdown is made.
Possession of the basketball net made the Bridger cheerleaders evening complete after the victory over Schenley.As the end of the Ambridge-Aliquippa football game nears, cheerleaders release pent-up emotions in a flow of tears.
Bridger cheerleaders Carol Smith and Wanda DeSimone greet the team running onto the field.
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS—Luanne McKcny, Kathy Sapovchak. Patty Anthony, Georgann Dahma, Rosemary Fittante. Judy Pugar, and Fran Bienkowski.
Take time for work. .
It is the price of success.
After commencement, seniors take time to ponder their future.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Melanie Feduska, secretary; Chet Gasow-ski, vice-president; Jim McGeorge, treasurer; Jerry Nestor, president.
Cleaning her locker for the last time, Paula Bedzyk ends her high school days.
Seniors Recall Memories of Eventful School Year
Graduates at Ambridge Area High School will long remember their senior year. For the first time in twenty-four years, seniors were able to boast of a Section 3 Basketball Championship.
The annual Mistletoe Ball was held December 21 at the Flying Carpet, rather than at its traditional location in the gym.
On May 12, the Junior-Senior Prom with the theme “Cinderella” was held in the girls’ gym.
Four hundred and thirty seniors received their diplomas on May 31. With their high school years behind them, the graduates now look toward the future, and the many things it holds in store for them.
134Miss Eibeck points out to Tony Korol and Rill Wachtel errors written on their recent themes.
Senior Bridgers cheer enthusiastically during the last pep rally of the year.Mrs. Pavlik hands Lorrie DeMarco, Jackie David the SAT results.
D. Abraham M. Abraham Roger Albright C. Andrcatta
Following Years of Academic Achievement, Seniors
R. Applequist Alice Augustine Susan Bacon Mary Barbe Charles Barlow M. Barlow
R. Baronitis Joseph Bartolo Frank Batch Bernard Bauer Sharman Bedzyk James Beighley
Noreen Belis R. Beneviat W. Beneviat Connie Bennett B. Bienkowski B. Blanarik
136Score High on SATs
Bradley Bourne James Boyd Joseph Boyt
James Bozigar George Brodish C. Brown Susan Broz R. Brychik Elaine Bubien
William Budris Mary A. Butrey Karen Cade D. Campbell S. Campbell B. Cantolina
Sandra Capp Rose Carifo Joyce Carlisle J. Carrodus Sharen Cepris Linda Cetto
J. Chalupiak Joyce Chapala Chekanowsky K. Chervenka Choroszewski L. Christopher
P. Ciechanowsk A. Cirignano John Connolly Robert Cross Cliff Crowe K. Cunnard
Allan Cybak Gary Danko Paul Darno J. David Karen Delaney A. DeLuca
Student Council Upholds
T. DeMacio L. DeMarco G. DeNoble
P.DePasquale W. DeSimone Alan Despines R. DeVenzio J. DeVincent D. DiVito
138Bridger Tradition of Decorating Christmas Tree
Joy Evanko Russel Fager M. Farkasovsky S. Farkasovsky M. Feduska W. Feduska
Linda Dobrin G. Double Edward Doyle William Droz Kathryn Dunn Mary Dzubak
Nancy Eberst D. Eckert R. Edmunds Roberta Egidi Joseph Endrott Donna Evanko
Elaine Kingas adds final touches to the tree decorated in the lobby.
Kathie Fetchak William Fink R. Fioravanti Barbara FirichSENIORS: Firkaly—Howard
M. Firkaly Kenneth Fischl Ronald Fishel Carol Fisher Kathryn Fitch Jean Fittante
Preparing for Any Eventuality, Seniors Learn
T. Flanigan Stanley Florcik Richard Forney Carole Friel Rosemary Friel Roger Furr
Joseph Gallik Cathy Gaona C. Gasowski Cathy Gebet Patricia Gebet John GeorgickNick Gnarra G. Goyette Barbara Gozur R. Gregorek Steven Grguric E. Grille
Basics of Civil Defense
Donna Gross Nancy Hale Ruth Halladay
R. Hamilton W. Hamilton Linda Hannah R. Hanzevack Marilyn Hare V. Hasson
Evelyn Haynie Ralph Headland C. Helsing D. Hendrickson Dennis Herbuth J. Herrmann
Deborah Hlozek John Homick Cheryl Hopta Karen Hosek Robert Hough William Howard
James Hronas K. Humphreys C. Huppenthal Susan Hrusko JoAnn Husar Bryan Huwar
John Hyre Donna Janicki A. Jesky C. Joseph MaryAnn Jula Paul Jurkowski
K. Kachur G. Karolak Ellen Kasarda Darlene Kasper John Kassell Frank Kaufman
Senior Class Officers
Guy Kedzierski Albert Kendra Elaine Kingas
Peter Kingerski M. Kitzmiller Stephen Kline D. Klodowski A. Kocherzat Harriet Kokoski
142R. Koodrich James Kordas Anthony Korol P. Kosarych Aaron Kotys Robert Kouvolo
Sally Kowalcyk D. Kowalczyk Gloria Kowalski N. Krachala Rita Krasinski A. Kresicki
John Krizan K. Kronstain T. Kronstain Betty Krupski R. Kubicki Dennis Kubit
and Homeroom Presidents Plan Graduation Night
Michael Kulik A. M. Kuzma Richard Kuzma Cathy Lambert Dixie Lambert James Lauf
L. Larson Michael Lelak John Lesh M. Levkulich Zella Lilley P. Lindauere
Jane Loedding Paul Loedding W. Loedding Steve Lubic Nick Lucas Sandra Luzzi
Senior Class Advisors Act as Guiding-Lights to
Dennis Maddey John Majer B. Makowski Joseph Maletic David Mamay M. ManousakisS. Marustak Marcia Matejka R. Matuscak R. Matzzie Jack Mauk T. McBroom
R. McCallister J. McGeorge L. Measel Linda Mehno J. Mercadante J. Meshanko
J. Michalski M. Mihalic Cathleen Miller
William Miller Paula Miskulin R. Morgart Frank Morini M. Mosura M. Mrazovich
Debra Muller F. Murowski E. Murphy R. Mutschlcr R. Mutschler Louise Muzyka
145SEN IORS: Nestor—Robinson
Jerry Nestor A. Nicastro P. Nicopoulos Paul O’Palka W. Ostrowski Vince Palladini
Sorrows of Graduation
J. Papasodero V. Paquet Mark Pastrick
Lyle Patrick Melinda Pazich Bruce Peck Linda Pence C. Perciavalle Louis Perna
L. Persuitte Douglas Peters Lloyd Peterson E. Petroski Terry Pieta Pietrzykowski
W. Pingitore D. Pinotich Daniel Pirich Lorraine Pitts Nancy Plese Linda Pokrin
146C. Polacek Raymond Polito F. Ponevac Bonnie Post Linda Powner Mary Prince
Leave When Letters of College Acceptance Arrive
L. Pszenny Duane Puckett Janet Puckett Judith Quaye Robert Quinn Allyn Rainaldi
Ronald Randel M. Rapso Michael Regney Cheryl Reich Beverly Repine David Rhone
M. Ricciardi Diana Rich Rachel Rigano Mike Robinson
Tony Nicastro happily rereads his letter of acceptance to college.
Richard Roby Dwight Rodgers Joseph Ross Ernest Rotolo
Linda Rudek Alex Russin Dominic Russo H. Rutkowski John Ruttner Eileen Ryan
Nancy Ryan D. Rygalski Ray Rytel D. Santarelli A. Sapovchak M. Schlosser
Through Practice, Seniors Prepare Themselves for
T. Schmetzer Jill Schwartz J. Scisciani Stephanie Seech P. Semonik
Donna SestiGerald Sevin Stella Sheleheda Linda Shetek Robert Shultz C. Siemtowski Valerie Simosko
S. Sinchak Richard Sisley Elaine Slappo Ruth Smart Connie Smith Ronald Smith
C. Smolnery James Sofranko T. Sofranko R. Soldressen Laurel Sovich Paul Sovich
Pete Sovich Nancy Sowinski Frank Span
Kathy Speer Victor Spinelli J. Sradomski Linda Stadnik Robin Stettler Dean Stewart
Samuel Stitt Alan Stumpf L. Suhorsky Michael Sumko E. Sumrok Richard Supak
Robert Swiatek D. Tabinowski Susan Tate Joanne Telesz
D. Thompson D. Tomazeski M. Trautman Judith Troeger H. Tsacalis Kathie Turek
Dawn Turney Thomas Tusick Richard Valiga David Vernak Curtis Vernon Susan Vogt
Susan Voynick M. Vukclic W. Wachtel Jeanne Wall Joseph Walsh Joseph Walter
150Christine Wargo E. Waskiewicz K. Waskiewicz Tom Waslo Carmen Watson Judith Weber
Tomorrow’s Society, Seniors Mature in Today’s
Richard Weber N. Weishaupl Bonnie Welder James Welsh P. Wcsterman D. Westover
David Whetzell Kevin Winne R. Wojtkoski David Yanko Flora Yaworsky G. Yaworsky
Doris Young Thomas Young M. Zdziarski J. Zeranick Jerome Zimmer J. Zuchowski
Abraham, Albert Albrecht. Edward Altvatter. Lindsey Baiardo, Elaine
Bajck, James Banks, Robert
Rarcikowski. Karen Barto. Boyd Batalik, Madeline Battaglia. Clarence
Bauer. Lawrence Bclkowsky, Beverly
Benamati. Kathy Bennett, Barbara Bennis, Theodora Besong, Charles
Besong, Gary Bianchi, Laurel
Newly Elected Class Officers Preside Over Junior
Bienkowski, Kathleen Bilanich, Leroy Black. David Blair, Tessie
Blanarik, David Blasko, John
Bongiovanni. Philip Bordeaux, Sharon Boustead. Ronald Bowan, Dennis
Bowan, Kenneth Bowan, William
Brandis, Kevin Broskin, Jack Brown. Sandra Bucilli, Donna
Buck, Richard Bucka, Cynthia
Bucuren, Thomas Bukanish, Nancy Buterbaugh, Bonnie Cain, Paula
Campbell, David Campbell, Rosemary
Campbell, Timothy Cannon. Ralph Caputo, Richard Caratelli, Donna
Carey, Andrea Carlisle, Janice
152Carpenter, Donald Caul, Philip
Ceglarsky, Janet Chambers, Wendell
Chaykowsky, Daniel Chehovits, Diane
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Rhonda Miller, secretary; Dennis Wuyeik, president; Norinc Krajak, treasurer; Beth Hiilsik, vice president.
Chester, Kenneth Cipriani, Robert Clifford, Roger Cobb, Peter
Cokrlic, Marie Cribbs, Daniel
Cross, Edward Czarnecki, James Davis, Dennis DcBernardi, Sam
DeMay, Barbara Dcmchak, David
Demchak, Mary Ann Dempsey, Thomas DePace, Deborah Deutsch, Marilyn
DiDomenico, Nick DiNinno, Robert
DiPaolo, Anthony Dishauzi, Joseph Dishong, Daniel Doyle, Tom
Drake, Monica Drewnowski, Michael
Drexler, Loretta Druzisky, David Duke, Ethel Dunn, Nancy
Dunn, Terri Durham, Vivienna
Dziack, Marie Dzikowski, Raymond Essek, Elsie Essck, Frank
Falloretta, Anthony Farkasovsky, Claudia Farmer. Kevin Fasciano, Donna
Fegan. Charles Fegan. James
Felix. Colleen Fernandez. Raymond Fioravanti. Maria Firkaly, Charles
Fischer. Barbara Fisher. Darlene
Fitzgerald, Barry Fleming. Peggy Ford, Edward Forest, Nancy
Frank, Michael Frederick, Catherine
Friel. John Frynkewicz, Dennis Fuller, Fred Furr, Deborah
Gadomski, Kathleen Gadomski, Robert
Through Pep Assembly Skits Juniors Reveal Their
Gaguzis, Margaret Garbinsky. Jerome Garlick, Elizabeth Gaza. Leonard
Gazda, David Gazda, Robert
Glass. Joseph Gliptis, Dale Goubeaud, Joyce Grguric, Ronald
Grubbs, Richard Grzegorek, Geraldine
Guido, James Gulish, John Gulish, John Gutch, Charles
Gutch, Shirley Hall, Sheryl
Harmon. Kathleen Haskins. Sandra Haspel. Nadine Hayes, Roger
Haynie, Sheila Heater, Diane
154Heater, Richard Heitzenrater, Douglas
Heitzenrater, Richard Henke, James Hilliard, Georgia Hlaido, Catherine
Hoffman. David Hoko, Deborah
Hopson. David Horlick, Rarry Hritsik, Beth Hronas, John
Hudak. David Husar, Rosemary
Hyre, Michael Imhoff, Mary Iocca, Alvin Ivancik. Cynthia
Jahoda, Stephen Jakubik, Franklin
Janicki, Janet Janicki, William Janosik, Jeanne Janosik, Paul
Jarostowski. Janet Jarzynka, Kathleen Jczcwski, Kenneth Jurcak, Shirley
Jurkowski, Cyril Kaczmarek, Sandy Kapron, Richard Karas, Linda
Kasnic, Donald Kasper, Karen
Kasper, Ronald Kassell, Michelle
Keba, Linda Kelley. Sheilah
Kelly, Charles Klein, Dolly
Dennis Wuycik and Elsie Esseck dance the traditional Ambridge High “Rag” to the applause of the audience.JUNIORS: Klingensmith—Pawloski
Klingensmith, Crystal Klinsky, Alex Koloski, Carol Roman, Robert
Komlos, George Konitsney, David
Konkus, Carol Koty, Stephen Kotys, Laurence Kovolenko, George
Kozlowski, Adrienne Krajack, Norine
Kriger, Louis Krizan, James Krol, Janet Kruest, Charles
Krupa, Frank Kryston, Joyce
Kubicki, Theodore Kucharski, Walter Kulish, Kathleen Kunka, Carol
Kuppinger, Earl Lacher, Richard
Lazzaretti, Dennis Leech, Karen Leschine. David Lester, Nancy
Lint, Shelda Lockawich, Douglas Locke, Nancy Lusty, John
In senior library, Ellen Kasarda assists Brad Triska in finding information on Lincoln's biography in, “Who’s Who in America”
Macurak, Elizabeth Macurak, John
Macurak, Stephen Mahnick, Robert
Majetic, Dorothy Market, Donald
Marr, Lewis Maruskin, DorothyMason, Robert Mastrean, Larry
Mattie, Daniel Mawhinney, Leota McClain, Donna McClellan, Ralph
McCulloch, David McDaniel, Sandra
McFarland, Betty McGeorge, David McKenney, Arlene Meerdo, Margaret
Mellon, Lynn Mcrante. Robert
Michaels, David Mihalic, Joseph Mihalsky, Rita Miller, Rhonda
Miller. Ronald Miller. Wayne
Mitchell. Linda Mitchell, Patricia Modrack, Margaret Modrovich, Tom
Research Papers Seek Aid of Assistant Librarians
Moir, Robert Molchen, William
Montellanico, Tony Monzi, Robert Morini, George Morrison, Robert
Moses, Donna Myers, Carol
Nagy, Karen Napoleon, Frank Navalance. Barbara Nawrocki, Diane
Negrey, Charles Negrey, Kathy
Nelko, Stephen Nemchik, Robert Ochman, Kenneth Ogrizek, John
Olzinger, John Orsag, Robert
Padavich, John Palmer, Joe Palmer, Ronald Pawloski, Tim
157Pearce, Janice Pccoraro, Susan
Pcrciavalle. Joseph Perza. Michael
Peterson, Margaret Petula, Michael
Jim Guido, Ray Fernandez, Alex Kelinski and Jim Underwood plan some of their strategy before the beginning of their game.
Piontek. Martha Intramural Sports
Pournaras, John Poutous, Elaine Prentice, James Prichincllo. Christine
Prokopovich, Samuel Prokurat, Andrew
Pucci, Joseph Quinn, Raymond Rackham, Gary Reed, Nancy
Reibold, Douglas Reinard. Lanny
Ricci. Dorothea Rich, Darlene Rigano, Anthony Rigby, Larry
Rishel. Glenn Robinski, Victoria
Robinson, Gary Rodriquez, Anita Rochn. Clifford Roginski. Richard
Roman, Roger Romano, Victoria
Rompala, Terri Rondos, Lillian Rosen. Sandra Rosinsky, David
Rossi, Virginia Roth, Dorothy
158Rudenko, Natalie Runovitz. Marion
Rusnak, John Russo, Anna Ryan, David Salvati, Frederick
Sangermano, Emily Santo, Robert
Saunders, Terry Scarpone, Patti Schimonsky, Susan Schofield, Deborah
Schweikert, Robert Scisciani, Patricia
Segretti, Julia Semonik, George Senkevich, Kenneth Scnkevich, Raymond
Teach Juniors the True Significance of Fair Play
Sephakis, Thomas Seschine, David
Sevin, David Shafran, Michael Shea. Barbara Shields, Sara Sue
Short. Nancy Shuflay, Rita
Sickelcr, Diane Simons, Sheila Skapik, Noel Skeba, Diane
Slappo, Harry Smedley, George
Smedley, Margaret Smedley. Paul Smigielski, Blanche Smith. Carol
Smith, James Smith. Sheryl
Smolinsky, Paul Smolinsky, Peter Sniady, Donald Snyder, Daniel
Somar, Colleen Sokol, Patricia
Sovich, Linda Sowa, Joseph Spadafore, Thomas Spear, Pamela
Staniland, Linda Stefkiwsky, Michael Stein, Joseph Steinberg, Arnold Stettler, Deborah Stewart, I.inda
Stills, Freddie Stoffel. Jane Stolich, Susan Stoner, David Strella, Nancy Strella, Thomas
Strugalski, Theresa Supe, Deborah Swicrczcwski, Cynthia Szuchy. Nancy Tamayko, Yvonne Taylor, John
Thomas. Sue Towcimak, Richard Trautman. Patricia Trautman, Peggy Travis, Albert Trowbridge, Kenneth
Truance, Joann Trzcianka. Nancy Tucker, Susan Turansky, Elaine Tyma, Diane Underwood, James
Realizing the Value of Higher Education, Juniors
Louis Galvan completes his application form given by Mary Marks for the December college boards.
Urda, Barbara Vasilakis, Zachary Vasques. Robert
Venglass, John Vilk, Anthony Villella, Linda
Vogt, Sandra Volpe, Vernon Vougias, Fotine
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Welsh, Doreen Wesche, Linda Whipple. Ellen
Wiles, Deborah Wisener, Raymond Witt, Gladys
Wolbcr, Larry Wright. Janet Yosler, Linda
Young. Roger Zajac, Timothy Zalenski. Donald
Zatchey, Metro Zehnder, Donald Zvonar. Matthew
Jim Smith gives a report to the Student Council on the results of their Christmas candle sales.
Prepare to Take the Necessary Scholastic Tests
ihn Taylor, Crystal Klingensmith, and Pam Spear talk to a college presentative about the advantages of furthering their education.
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Adams, Carol Adams, Evelyn Adrian, Mark Aloe, Sammy Aloi, Marie Ammon, Susan Anthony, Susan
Antinopoulos, Peter Argenta, Eileen Arnold, Bruce Babich, Joanne Balich, Linda Baker, Dennis Baker, Nancy
Baranyk, Maria Barbc, Phyllis Barenick, Shirley Barness, John Barnhart. Linda Barnhart, Randolph Baronitis, Mary Ellen
Benkowski, Georgiana Benson, Donald Besong, Terry Bilo, Helen Blanchard, Robert Blazier. John Bly, Robert
Bohatch, William Bojanowski, Christy Bollinger, Debra Bollinger. William Rollman. Linda Bowser. Tim Boyd, Robert
Branowitzer, Ronald Bradshaw, Monroe Brendle. Francis Brendle, June Britton, Charles Brown, Darlene Brownlee. Daniel
Bryant, Barbara Bubien. Gary Buffalini, Kenneth Bundy, Judy Burner, Patricia Butcher, Richard Butler, Beverly
Campbell, Thomas Caprita, Gayle Carpenter, Anabel Carpenter, Linda Carrea, Sandra Case, Christine Catanzarite. Caryn
162Carol Jakubowski and Dan Pavlic read the bulletin posted by the guidance office.
Chcrwick, Tim Christner, David Christner, Julie Kay Christopher, Patricia
Cichoski, Janice Cirka, Rebecca Clawson, William Clay. Paul
Cobb, Jerry Cohort, Cindy Cokrlic, Peter Coley. Barry
School Sponsored Activities and Functions
Coley, James Condit. Kenneth Conforto, Constance Conover, Kim Contray, Randolph Costanza, Patricia Cruce, Jeffrey
Cunnard, Daniel Cunningham. Barry Cyback, Thomas Cynbalak. Janice Dambaugh, Lcland Dambrosio. Rosemarie Danyluk, Darius
Darno, Dave Davis, Gilbert DeLauter, Bridget DeMacio, Michael Dengel, Bette Dengel, Edward Dennerlein. James
DeSimone, Hector Deutsch, Margaret Dewar, Beverly Dicken, Tom Dinnino, Joyce Dinvnno. Carolyn Domcnick, Niclt
Donaldson. Wayne Douglas, Eric Doyle, Pat Drotar. Daniel Duke, Shirley Dunn, Larry Dzeryn, Ruby
Edmonson, John Elchin, John Espey. David Esser, Joan Evans, Susan Faltcnovich, Lee Faltcnovich, William
Fauth, Linda Feeik. Daren Fesslcr, Gregory Firich, John Firkaly, Nancy Fisher, Gary Fitzgerald, Bonnie
Floro. Arthur Ford. Frank Frank. Louis Frederick, Carol Friel. Dorothy Friel. Richard Feugi. Robert
Gaguzis. William Gall, Rita Gallik, Albert Galvan. Peter Galvan, Philip Gaona. Deborah Garbinsky, Donald
Garbinsky, Ronald Gault. Robert Gazda, Ronald Gentille, William Giles. Donald Gill. Jerome Goda. Mary Ellen
Sophomores Learn Salesmanship Techniques During
Goubcaud, Nancy Grandovic. Leopold Gross, Kenneth Grundza. Debbie
Guerrieri. William Guidos, John Gulish, Robert Hale, Jacqueline
Hall, Sharon Haluga, Michael Hamilton, Diane Hamilton, Donna
Dave Harris displays the award given his 10-D homeroom for their magazine sales.' ±kd:
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Annual Magazine Sales
Hammond, Joyce Hanzcvack, Russell Harbaugh, David Hare, Gary Harris. David Hasson. Vincent Hann, Randall
Hawronsky, Eunice Hayes. Patricia Hazinski. David Heater, Wade Heckman. Darlene Reitzenrater, Ronald Helsing. Tom
Hlopek. Mike Hlozek, Edward Hoffman, Diana Hoffman. Sharon Homich, John Homjak. Linda Homnack, Lorraine
Hooten, Walter Horniak. Robert Hovanec. Michael Howze, Julia Hricik, Raymond Hronas, Steve Hrycyk. Eugene
Huff. Vicki Hughes, Frederick Hughes. Otto Ilcyn, John Iorfido, Richard Jahoda, James Jakubowski, Carolyn
Jermin, Philip Johnson. Craig Johnson. Susan
Josapar. Michael Joseph Georgette Joyner. Dorothy
Jula. John Kachcr. Darccc Kacher, Joselyn Kamicker. Kenneth Kamzelski, Paul Karr, Kenneth Katterson, Terri
Keith. John Keith, Mary Kelleher, Edward Kemp, Carol Kcphart, Richard Kertesz. John Kilzer, Nick
King. Edward Kirby. Geraldine Kitzmiller, Patricia Klecmoor. Cheryl Klesser. Nancy Knopick, Veronica Kochcrzat, Steven
165Konitsney, Ronald Kopak, Joseph Kopchick, Diane Korol, Mary
Korol, Szczepan Kossler, Margaret Kowal. Lorraine Kowalski, David
Kowalski, Pauline Krasinski, Dennis Kresicki, Cathy Kristufek, Althea
Sophomores Develop a New Meaning of School Spirit
Krizan, Lorraine Krokonko, Richard Kronstain, Carol Kubicki, Gloria Kundrat. Carol Konich, Lewis Kurash, George
Kuzma, Nancy Kyrargyros, Andrew Lambert, Marjorie Lambert, Ronald Lamp, Jim Lane, William Langer, Nancy
Lashiw, Nancy Lazoration. William Leach, Janet Lebda. John Lebda, Mary Alice LeCerf, Deborah Lech, Edward
Lee, Joyce Lesack, Thomas Lewicki, Michael Lint. Linda Lipscomb, Ronald Litzinger, David Loedding, Joseph
Lubic, Richard Lucas, James Lucic, Joseph Lucyk, Cheryl Lusty, Jim Lynam, Evelyn Made, Robert
166Maddcy, Mary Maher. Joseph Mahnick, Richard Maier, Katherine Majcher, John Malinowski, Teresa Mann, Donald
Maravich, Karen Marenovich, Matthew Markel, Bonnie Markvan, Cathy Marotti, Paulette Marshall, Patricia Matakovich, Raymond
Mattern, Kenneth Matezka, Mary Matika, Mark Mazabob, Gregory McBride, Karen McClain. Frank McClain, Gregory
Through Pep Rallies
McCollim, Joann McCullough, Lonnie McDonaugh, Francis
McFarland. Helen McKenzie, Franklin McLellan, Noreen
McClure. James McTighe, George Meckling, Heather Mclott, Howard Merriman, Kathleen Miller. Bonnie Miller. Christine
Miller, Judith Miller, Randy Milnick, Andrew Mistovich. Nicholas Mitro, Robert Mittiga. Gussic Mittiga. Mickey
Modrovich, Jeffrey Moore, Richard Morski, Joyce Moslen, Maureen Mourdian, Lucy Moha, Andrew Murgcn. Marr
Mushinsky, Raymond Narkevich, Michaleen Naugle, Dennis Navalance. Richard Nenanovich, Patricia Niaros, Aphrodite Nichols, John
Nichols, Lucy Nicopoulos, George Niklewicz, David Nimmons, Cheryl Niznik, Dean Ochman, Rosemarie Ordons, Michael
Orsag, John Othralik, Marsha Paar, Deborah Paleos, Mary Palmer, Gregory Panutsos, Thomas Papinchak, Nicholas
Pappis, Gary Parisi, Patty Parnell, Stephen Pasek, Jeffrey Paslosky. Carol Pasquarella, Donald Pastrick. Robert
Pavlik, Daniel Pavlik, Robert Pawelkowski. Patricia Peck, Kathy Perciavalle. David Perciavalle. Kathleen Perris, Patricia
Perza. Regina Perza, Richard Piontck, Carole Pirich, Andrew Pisano, Nikki Pitts, Georgia Platz, Donna
Posipanko. Diane Post. Pamela Postapack, Mary Ann Potts. Scott Prentice. David Prentice, Vincent Presto, Michelle
Prince, Donna Pugar, Andrew Puskarich. Beverly
Bridgers Boast Their
Rapso, Jacqueline Raskovsky. Michael Raven, Colleen
Rexroad, Roger Rhodes. Deborah Rhone. Martha Rich, William Richards, Rebecca Riffle, Del mas Riley, James
Rinehart. Darriel Rizzo, David Roehn, Patricia Rogic, Luke Roginski, Rosemarie Roman, Robert Romano, Elizabeth
Rose, Myron Rose, Ruth Rosenberger, Dorothy Rossi, Deborah Rotolo, Ronald Rudek, Rebecca Ruskin, Margie
168Russo, James Rutherford, Mary Rutkowski, Allan Rutter, Donna Ryan, Robert Ryan. William Rygalski, Nancy
Rykaczewski, Richard Rytel, Robert Sabol, Richard Safran, Mary Santarelli. Kathleen Sapovchak, Mary Ellen Schacht, Edward
Schaffer, Janet Schell, William Schmctzer. George Schmidt. Timothy Schreiner. Helen Schwartz. Bruce Schwartz, Karen
Seech. Dennis Seman, William Senekevich, Arthur Sevin, Karen Shafer. Gale Shaffer, Ethel Shafran, Richard
Shannon. Paul Sharpless. Frank Sheleheda, Nickolas Shemelya, David Shimrak. Douglas Shively, Ronald Shomin, Diane
Achievements Through the Main Lobby Trophy Case
Shoup, Randall Simons, Allan Sinchak. Robert Sisley, Pat
Slappo, Leonard Slingluff, Cheryl Skocich. Barbara Smith, Thomas
Sobolewski, Dan Solomich, Faith Somar, Gordan Sopirak. Virginia
Rich Lubic points out to Susan John-son and Dob Dly various sports awards.SOPHOMORES: Sopko—Zalenski
Sopko, Andrew Soska, Tracy Sowinski, Donald Span, Joseph Spec, Janet Stachowicz, David Stamm, Janet
Stashick. Diana Marie Stark, Jean Starving, Roger Stephansky, Adolph Stephansky, John Stewart, Bruce Stewart, David
Stoloski, Patricia Stoughton, Sundra Strano, Joseph Striegel, Shirley Suchy, Barbara Suchy, Maureen Sudik, Michael
Sulkowski, Lawrence Swobc, Elaine Szymoniak, Walter Tabol, Bernard, Taylor, Mary Susan Telesz, John Tenney, Arlene
Dependable Individuals, Chosen From the Student
Terral, Michael Theodorous, Debra Ann Thompson, Charles Thompson, Donna Tipton, Harvette Tranter, Wendy Trautman, Susan
Travis, Bruce Trclla, Joanne Triska. Ronald Trowbridge, Ronald Truskowski. Joseph Tsacalis, Christine Tusick, Leslie
Tysiachney, David Uhernik, John Uhernik. Joyce Ulinski, Mark Valiga, Ronald Vallecorsa. John Varhol. John
Varlichi, Robert Venanzio, Edward Venglass, Joseph Verdoni, Dante Viores, Mariam Visokey, Nancy Vita, Terry
170Voegel, Janice Vohnr, Dennis Vrahely, John Vukmanich. Joanne Wachtel, Donald Wagner, Patti Wagurak. Rachel
Waldhuber, Robert Wargats, Lorraine Warkonyi, Stephen Wawrykow, Theodore Weber, Jim Weber. L awrence Westerman, David
Whipple. Richard Wiles. William Wills, Sherry Wilson, Julie Wilson. Karen Wingrove. Connie Winkler, Nanette
Wisener. Robert Wisniewski. Richard Witowich. Patricia Wojciechowski, Roclicllc Woloshan, Laurel Woloshyn, Peter Wynn, Thomas
Body, Are Elected to Serve as Sophomore Class OJfleers
Yakobik, Andrea Yawor, Sharon
Yaniga, Vincent Young, Nancy
Young, Vernice Yovanovic, David
Yurcina, Charles Zalenski, Gary
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS—Randy Hawn, President; Mark Matika, Vice President; Debbie Gaona. Secretary; Jean Beneviat, Treasurer.
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS—Bob Spinelli, president: Dwight Yocum, vice president; Darlene Mcrantc, secretary; Mike Moses, treasurer.
Afionis, Harry Allego, David Altvatter, Linda
Anthony, Patricia Aspiotes, Rena Bajck, Larry
Barszcz, Tony Bayorek, Joyce Bechak, Debbie Bedau, Carol Berry, Edna Beshack, Eleanor Bezuk, Robert
Bircs, Robert Blair, Jack Blue, Robert Bohinsky, Paula Bordeaux. Kathy Bourne. Roderick Bowan, Monica
Brady, Laurie Brynczak. Michael Burzek, Ronald Campbell. Jon Carlisle. Robert Carmack, Susan Ceasar, David
Chelak, Stephen Chupka. Michael Ciamelle, Arlen Ciccone, Lawrence Coccaro. Albert Costanza, Charles Cox, Floyd
Crispen, Darlene Crowe, Terry Csomay. Joseph Cybak, Janice Dahma, Sylvia Deep. James DeMaccio, Vincent
Denisiuk. Walter Fcick, Muriel Fitzgerald, Jerome Flowers, Judy Foundas, Cathy Foundas, Nikki Francone, John
172Frynkewicz, Daniel Frynkewicz, Ronald Galvan, I.ucinda Gebet, Russell Giammnria, Cynthia Giammaria, Mary Jo Gliptis, Mark
Gombeski, Lea Grey, Larry Hall, Janice Harbison, Patricia Hasson, Mary Jean Hearns, David Heater, Karen
Learn the Basic Principles of Student Council Early
Hlista, Joseph Huchcl, Alan Hurley, Deborah Huwar, Richard Ivanchan. Kevin Jahoda, Kathleen Jones, Douglas
Jones, William Jula, Cynthia Kaschur, Mark Karakitsos. George Karolak. Joanne Karolnk. Theresa Kascek, Yvonne Marie
Kasper. Diane Keller, Debbie Kingas, Robert Kopac, Kathryn Kopas. Philip Korash, Ray Kosler, Diane
Krofchick, Mary Lou Kubek, Thomas Kuhia. Marilyn Kuczynsky, Orest Kulesza. Helen Kurash. Raymond Larrick, Donald
Larrick. Jackie Larrick, John Latshaw, Lloyd Lehn, Allan Lindsey, Allan Lipinski. Larry Lise, Bonita
Lise, Charlotte Loaskie. Edward Loedding. Thomas Locke, Richard Lysick, Gene Makowski. Janet Maravich. Nick
Marlinga, Rebecca Martin. Geraldine McBroom. Rebecca McKenzie. Michael McPhilomy, John Marente, Darlene Merantc, William
Metelsky, Jack Michael, Charles Midzianowsky, Peter Miller, Robert Mitchell. Susan Montagna, Donna Moore, Patricia
Morelli, Fred Moslcn, Andrea Mozes. Michael Mutterspaugh. Christine Mutterspaugh. Ruth Narkevich. Debbie Nelko, Michael
Nenadovich. Gary Nixon, Angelo Noteriani. James Ochman. Leonard Opalka, Robert Palmer, Vincent Panek, John
Pasternak, Janice Pastrikas, Nicholas Panelkoski, Roseann Pawlshak, David Pcsolyar, Alan Pearce, Beverly Pelic, Charlotte
Perciavalle. Diane Peronis, Peter Persuittc. Patricia Pesker, Charles PfafT. Gary Pinotich, Kathie Piontek, Frances
Freshmen Learn to Comply With the School Rules
Piano, Linda Plesh, Patrice Pless. Michael Poland, Paul Posega, Harry Post, Mary Pournaras, Angelo
Powell, Andrea Pucci, Pietro Puckett, Steve Pugar, Judith Rajter, Christine Rapso. Gary Reibold, Bernard
174Ricker. Robert Rodrizuez, Joseph Ropon, Dennis Rossi. John Rossi, Raymond Ryan, John Sabatine, Ron
Sabol, Joseph Sapovchak, Kathy Schmetzer. Cynthia Schmidt, Daniel Scrack, Albert Skeba. Dennis Slipko, John
Smith, Karen Solvay, Michael Span, Earl Spanos, Gregory Spinelli, Robert Spolarich. Michael Spuganich, Sharon
Stashick. Nancy SlempKowski, Ronald Stewart. Karen Stuckwich, Jerry Suchy, Joanne Sumrak, Frank Syka. Judith
Talpash, Carole Tcdesco, Deborah Thomas. Theresa Timchak, C ynthia Torrito. Diane Tully, Dorothy Tuntas, Tony
Varlicki, Larry Vougias, Demetra Welling. Kenneth Westover. Monica Wingrove. Jenny Yocum, Dwight Zak. Ronald
Zatchcy, Joan Zgainer. Anthony Ziolkowski. Frances
Ziolkowski, Roberta Zivic, Jack
Following the rules of locker visits, Shirley Jur-cak checks Patty Persuitte's locker permit.1967 Senior Activities
DOREEN ANN ABRAHAM -.General; Student Council 10; Home Room Secretary 10; Girls' Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 10. 11, 12; Fencing Club 9; Claw Play Committee 11.
MIRIAM J. ABRAHAM: Academic: Girls' Intramurals 10. II. 12; Leaders' Club 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 12; Gym Aids 10; Attendance Aids II. 12; Chorus 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Sophomore All Stars 10; Yale Princeton Reserves 11.
ROGER NORMAN ALBRIGHT: Distributive Education; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11.
CHRISTINE MARIE ANDREATTA: Home-making; Program Sales Committee 12; Pep Club 12.
RODNEY ARVID APPLEQUIST: Academic: Pep Club Representative 12; Bowling 11. 12; Boys' Intramurals 9, 12.
CHRISTINE N. AQUINO: General: Yearbook Representative 9. 10, II, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Chorus II, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Room Treasurer 9.
ALICE M. AUGUSTINE: Commercial: Band 9. 10: Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Bulletin Board Committee II. 12, Secretary 11, 12; Chorus 9, 10, 11; Girls’ Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12.
SUSAN ELIZABETH BACON: Academic;
Junior Red Cross 10. 11. 12, Vice-President 12; F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; National Historical Society 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Usherettes 10, 11, 12; Concessions Committee 10. 11.
MARY ALICE BARBE: General; Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 12.
CHARLES BARLOW: General: Chorus II. 12; National Thespian Society 12; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11. 12; Track 11; All School Play 12; Junior Class Play 11.
MARGARET LOUISE BARLOW: Commercial; Pep Club 10, 12; Gym Aids 10.
ROBERT JOHN BARONITIS: Academic;
Track II. 12: Boys’ Intramurals 9.
JOSEPH JAMES BARTOLO: Academic; Home Room Treasurer 9. 10; Cross Country 9. 10. 11, 12; Track 9. 10, 11, 12; Boys' Intramurals 11, 12; Silhouette Representative 10; Pep Club 11. 12; Chorus 12.
FRANK MICHAEL BATCH: Academic; Chorus 9; Stage Crew 9; Boys’ Intramurals 9; Pep Club 11.
BERNARD JOSEPH BAUER: General: Student Council 9. 10; Gym Aids 10; Home Room President 9, 10; Track 9; Wrestling 9, 10. 11.
PAULA BEDZYK: Academic; Home Room President 9, 10, Treasurer 11; Student Council 9, 10; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Program Sales 11. 12; Bulletin Board Committee
9, 10. 11, 12; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 9; Chorus 9. 11; Fencing Club 9, 10; A.A.J.C.C.
10. 11. 12; All School Play 12; Junior Class Play 11; Attendance Aids 12; Usherettes 10.
SHARMAN MICHELLE BEDZYK: Academic; National Honor Society 11. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Leaders’ Club 11. 12; Gym Aids 10; Home Room Treasurer 10; Yalc-Princcton Cheerleader 11. 12: Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Junior Class Play 11; Leaders' Club Vice-President 12; Chorus 9.
JAMES ERNEST BEIGHLEY: Commercial:
Boys’ Intramurals 9. 11, 12; Attendance Aids 10. 11. 12; Chorus 11. 12; Pep Club 11. 12.
NOREEN SUZANNE BELIS: Academic; National Historical Society 12; National Thespian Society 12. President 12; Hall Patrol 11. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Gym Aids 10; Yale-Princeton Cheerleader 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 11. 12; Junior Class Play 11; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12.
ROSEMARY ANNE BENEVIAT: Commercial; Chorus 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11. 12.
WILLIAM DANIEL BENEVIAT: Academic; Band 10. 11. 12; Chorus 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12; Intramural Bowling 9, 10, 11. 12.
CONNIE ARLENE BENNETT: Commercial: Majorette 11; Home Room Treasurer 10. Secretary II, 12; Junior High Cheerleader 9; Leaders’ Club 9; Gym Aids 10; Pep Club 10; Girls’ Intramurals 12.
BETTI FRANCES BIENKOWSKI: Academic; National Honor Society 11, 12; National Historical Society 10, II. 12; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12, Secretary 12; Silhouette News Editor 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Stage Manager Junior Class Play 11; Hall Patrol 11. 12; Finance Committee 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12.
BARBARA MARIE BILLIK: Commercial; Program Sales Committee 10. 11. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Chorus 11; Prom Committee 11; Gym Aids 10.
BARBARA LEE BLANARIK: Academic:
Home Room Treasurer 11; Leaders’ Club 11, 12; Yale-Princeton Cheerleader II, 12: Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 10; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12. Vice-President 12; Pep Club 12.
CLAIR RICHARD BLANK: Vocational.
NANCY C. BOBF.R: Academic: Student Council 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12: F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Home Room President 11; Bulletin Board Committee 11; A.A.J.C.C. 10; Junior High Cheerleader 9.
NANCY BOH INSKY: Academic: National Historical Society 11. 12; Student United Nations 11, 12. Secretary 12; National Thespian Society 11, 12; All School Play 12: Junior Class Play Chairman II; Pep Club 11. 12; Silhouette Reporter 10; Girls’ Intramurals 10; Chorus 9.
EDWARD W. HOLLMAN: Distributive Education: Gym Aids 9; Boys’ Intramurals 9.
FRANCIS ANTHONY BOLOGNA: General; Disrtibutive Education Club 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12.
ATHENS NICKOLAS BOUDROS: Academic: Chorus 10. 11. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 9. 10; Pep Club 12.
BRADLEY COLOMAN BOURNE: General.
JAMES SCOTT BOYD: Academic; Hand Book Editor 11; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11; Intramural Bowling 10, 11, 12.
JOSEPH AI.LFN ROYT: Academic; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12. Managing Editor 12; Student Council 10. 11. 12; Home Room President 10. 11, Treasurer 9; National Thespian Society 12; Quill and Scroll 12: All School Play 12; Future Journalists of America 11, 12; Junior High Football 9; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Yearbook Advertising Staff 12.
JAMES ALLAN BOZIGAR: Academic: Student United Nations 11. 12, President 11. 12; National Historical Society 11. 12; Hall Patrol 12; Fencing Club 11; F.T.A. 12; Junior Red Cross 11.
NANCY DORIS BRASS: General: Home
Room Secretary 12; Pep Club Skit Director 12: Yearbook Editorial Staff 11; Chess Club 11; Silhouette Art Editor 12.
FRANK WILLIAM A. BRIOLA: Academic.
GEORGE BRODISH: Academic; Bowling 11, 12; Hall Monitor 12; Home Room Secretary 11, Vice-President 10; Boys’ Intramurals 9.
CATHERINE E. BROWN: Commercial; Yale-Princeton Player 11, 12; Leaders’ Club 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 10, Treasurer 11; Chorus II.
SUSAN BROZ: Academic; Home Room Secretary 12; National Historical Society 12; Hall Patrol 11. 12; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 10. 11; Girls’ Intramurals 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Hall Monitor 11.
RAYMOND BRYCHIK: Vocational; Cross
Country 9; Machine Shop Foreman 11, 12; Lockcf Repairs 12.
ELAINE E. BUBIEN: Academic; National Historical Society 12; Latin Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Pep Club 10, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 12; Attendance Aids 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Usherettes 12; Canteen Committee 10.
WILLIAM PAUL BUDRIS: Academic: Yearbook Editorial Staff 11, 12; National Historical Society 12; Chess Club 10, 11. 12; Future Journalists of America 11, 12; Band 9; Pep Club 11, 12; Intramurals 11, 12.
MARY ANN BUTREY: Commercial; Home Room President 10, Vice-President 11, 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Attendance Aids 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 11; Pep Club 10.
KAREN LEE CADE: Commercial: Junior Class Play Decorating Staff II.
DANIEL P. CAMPBELL: Vocational: Audio Visual Aids 12; Fencing Club 10; Usher 12: Boys’ Intramurals 9.
SANDRA F. CAMPBELL: Academic: Student Council 12; Home Room President 12; Vice-President 9, 11, Treasurer 10; National Historical Society 12; Girls' Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12.
BARBARA JEAN CANTOLINA: Commercial; Home Room Secretary 10. Vice-President 11; Pep Club 12; Gym Aids 10; Girls’ Intramurals 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 10 11. 12.
SANDRA LYNN CAPP: Academic; Home Room Secretary 12; Silhouette Typist 12; Band Color Guard 10; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Attendance Aids 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Girls' Intramurals 9, 10. 12; Chorus 9.
176ROSE FRANCIS CARIFO: Commercial: Home Room Secretary 11; Girls’ Intramurals 9.
JOYCE CARLISLE: General: Chorus 10, 11; Girls Intramurals 9. 10.
ANDREW MICHAEL CARPENTER: Voca-
JO ANNE CARRODUS: General; Usherettes 10, II. 12; Chorus 9; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Gym Aids 9; Junior Red Cross 9. 10. 11, 12. President 12; Usherettes Chairman 12.
SHAREN HELENA CEPRIS: Academic: Chorus 9, 10, II, 12; Student United Nations 11, 12; F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; Class Play 9.
PATRICIA ANN CIECHANOWSKI: General; Fencing Club 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 11, 12; Usherettes II. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 12.
ANTOINETTE MARIE CIR1GNANO: Commercial; Girls’ Intramurals 11, 12; Chorus 12.
JOHN CONNOLLY: Vocational.
ROBERT RICHARD CROSS: Academic: Home Room Vice-President 9; Junior Red Cross 12; Usher 12; Stamp Club 9; Fencing Club 9; Chorus 9, 11. 12; Pep Club 12; National Thespian Society 12; Intramural Bowling 9, 10. 11, 12; Junior Class Play u; All Class Play 12.
KAREN CERISE DELANEY: General: Yearbook Representative 10, 11. 12; Program Sales Committee II, 12; Fencing Club 12; Pep Club 12; Gym Aids 10; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11; Chorus 11; Bowling Team 10.
ANGELINE FRANCES DELUCA: Commercial; Yearbook Editorial Staff Expeditor l2. Writer 11. 12, Advertising 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Junior Red Cross 10, 11. 12; Girls’ Intra-murals 9. 10. 11; Chorus 9; Silhouette Reporter 10.
THOMAS DEMACIO: General: Basketball.
Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10, 11. Varsity 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Home Room President 10. 11; Student Council 10. 11; Cross Country 10; Chorus 9. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Stage Crew Manager 9.
LINDA K. CETTO: Academic: Cheerleader 9. 10, 11, 12; Yale-Princeton Player 11, 12; Leaders’ Club 11, 12; Student Council 11; Home Room Vice-President 9, 11, Secretary 10, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 9, 10; Chorus. 12.
GARY LEONARD CHALUPIAK: General:
DECA Parliamentarian 12; Silhouette Representative 10.
JOSEPH CHALUPIAK: Vocational.
JOYCE MARIE CHAPALA: Academic: Home Room Secretary 10; Pep Club 12; Girls’ Intramurals 11. 12; Bowling 9. 10. 11. 12; Silhouette Typist 11. 12; Usherettes 11, 12.
WILLIAM CIIEKANOWSKY: Academic; Hall Monitor 10; Track 10, 11. 12.
KATHY CHERVENKA: Academic: Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Attendance Aids II. 12; Gym Aids 10.
VICKIE ANN CHOROSZEWSKI: Commercial: Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11, 12; Bulletin Board Committee II. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Home Room Treasurer 9.
LARRY DWAYNE CHRISTOPHER: General; Chorus 9, 12; Junior High Football 9; Roys’
Intramurals 10. 11. 12.
MARY ANN CICCONE: General; Pep Club
10. 11, 12.
CLIFF C. CROWE: Academic: Varsity Football 10. II. 12; Track 10. 11, 12; Intramural Bowling 10. 11, 12; Home Room Vice-President 11; Boys’ Intramurals 12.
KATHLEEN LOUISE CUNNARD: Academic: National Historical Society 12; Hall Patrol 12; Home Room Vice-President 10, Secretary II; F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11. 12.
ALLAN JOHN CYBAK: Academic; Football, Junior High 9, Junior Varsity 10, 11. Varsity 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11. 12; Track 9. 10, 11. 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Junior Class Play 11; All School Play 12; Chorus 9, 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Home Room Secretary 9; Junior High Basketball 9.
GARY EDWARD DANKO: Vocational: Boys’ Intramurals 11, 12.
PAUL ANDREW DARNO: Academic: Student Council 10; Silhouette Representative 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 12; Home Room Vice-President 10. Secretary 9; Intramurals 11. 12; Bowling Team Captain 10, 11, 12.
JACQUELINE MAE DAVID: Academic; Chorus 9, 11, 12; Student Council 9; Silhouette Representative 11, 12; Concessions Committee 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; G.A.A. 9; Junior Red Cross 10; Girls’ Intramurals 9, 10, 11. 12; Junior High Cheerleader 9.
l.AURAL JEAN DEMARCO: Academic: Majorette 11, 12; Varsity Band 9, 10. 11. 12; Vice-President 12; Yale-Princeton Player 11, 12;
Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Home Room Vice-President 9. Secretary 10; Gym Aids 9. 10; Pep Club 10. II, 12; Junior Red Cross 10. 11. 12; Silhouette Reporter 10; Chorus 9, 11. 12; Usherettes 12; National Ihespian Society 12; Latin Club II, 12; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; All School Play Make-up Chairman 12.
GERALDINE DENOBLE: Commercial: Usherettes 10. 11, 12; Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 12; Student Council 9; Yearbook Representative 9.
PHILIP JOHN DEPASQUALE: Academic;
Basketball. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10. 11, Varsity II. 12; Chorus 9. 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12: Cross Country 10. 11.
WANDA DESIMONE: Academic; Cheerleader Captain. Junior High 7. 8. 9. Varsity 10, 11, 12; Student Council 9, 10. 11. 12: National Honor Society 12; Home Room Secretary 12. Junior Class Vice-President II; leaders Club II. 12; Gym Aids 9. 10; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11, 12; Girls’ In-tramurals 9, 10, 11. 12.
ALAN JOHN DESPINES: Academic: Boys’ Intramurals 11. 12; Ilall Monitor 12; Roys’ Patrol 10. 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 10; Chorus 10.
RICHARD DARYL DEVF.NZIO: Academic: National Honor Society 11; Student Council 9. 10. 11; School Newspaper 10. 11; Junior Class Vice-President 11; Basketball. Junior High 9, Varsity 10. 11. 12.
Wanda DeSimone, just arriving at school, parks her car in the student parking lot behind the building.
JANET DEVINCENT: Commercial: Finance Committee 10. ll. 12; President 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 10.
DOMENIC AUGUSTINO DIVITO: Academic: Football. Junior Varsity 10, Varsity 11, 12; Boys’ Inttainurals 10. 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 11; Boys’ Patrol 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Canteen Committee 10.
LINDA MARGARET DOBRIN: Academic;
Pep Club 11. 12; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; Yearbook Advertising Staff 12; Usherettes 11. 12. Finance Committee 12; Bulletin Board Committee 12; Student United Nations 11. 12;
F.T.A. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 11, 12; Latin Club 11. 12.
GENEVIEVE DIANA DOUBLE: Academic; Chorus 9. 10, 11. 12; Madrigal 10. 11. 12; Usherettes 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 12; Junior Red Cross 10, 11. 12. Treasurer 12; Latin Club 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 9; Drama Club 9.
EDWARD JAMES DOYLE: Academic; Cross Country 10; Silhouette Representative 10.
WILLIAM BUCKLEY DROZ. JR.: Academic; Student Council 12; Home Room President 12. Treasurer 11; Varsity Band 9. 10; Chess Club 12; Intramural Bowling 12; Baseball 12; Boys' Intramurals 12; Pep Club 12.
KATHRYN MARGARET DUNN: Commercial; Chorus 9. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Girls’ Intramurals 12.
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MARY ELIZABETH DZUBAK: Academic:
Student Council 11; Chorus 9, 10. 11. 12; Concessions Committee 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Gym Aids 10; Home Room Vice-President II. Secretary 9; Latin Club 11. 12; FT.A. 10. II. 12: Bowling 12; Girls' Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12.
NANCY LEE EBERST: Distributive Education: Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11; DECA Club 12.
DALBERT ECKERT: Vocational.
ROYANN EDMUNDS: Commercial: Pep Club 10; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Usherettes 12; Chorus 10, 11. 12.
ROBERTA LYNETTE EGIDI: Academic:
Yale-Princeton Cheerleader 11. 12; All School Play 10. 12; National Historical Society 10. 11. 12; Home Room President 10; Student Council 10; Hall Patrol 11. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; F.T.A. II. 12; National Thespian Society 12; Chorus 12; Girls Intramurals 9. 10, 11. 12.
JOSEPH WADE ENDROTT: Vocational: Audio Visual Aids II.
DONNA MARIE EVANKO: Academic: F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Junior Class Play Make-up Committee 11; Girls Intramurals II, 12.
JOY EVANKO: Academic; Sophomore Class Vice-President 10; Home Room Vice-President
10, 11; Student Council 10. 11; National Honor Society 12; Finance Committee 12. Vice-President 12; Pep Club 10. II. 12; Leaders’ Club
11, 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 9.
RUSSEL JOSEPH FAGER: Academic: Hall Patrol 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 11; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Track 11. 12.
MARTHA ANN FARKASOVSKY; Academic; Home Room Vice-President II; National Historical Society 12; Leaders’ Club 12; Yalc-Princeton Cheerleader 11. 12: F.T.A. 11, 12; Girls Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Bulletin Board Committee 11. 12; Chorus 9.
STEVE ANDREW FARKASOVSKY: Aca-
demic: Football. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10. 11. Varsity 10, 11. 12; Track 10. 11. 12; Spanish II Secretary 10; Boys’ Intramurals 12; Chorus 12; Junior High Basketball 9.
MELANIE ANNE FEDUSKA: Academic; National Honor Society 11, 12; Senior Class
Secretary 12; National Historical Society 10,
11. 12; National Historical Society 10. 11. 12; Home Room Secretary 11. 12; F.T.A. 11,
12. President 12; B.C. Times Reporter 10. 11, 12; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Chorus 9. 11; Finance Committee 10. 11; Latin Club II, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 11.
WILLIAM LOUIS FEDUSKA: Vocational:
Boys' Intramurals 10, 11.
KATHIE EILEEN FETCHAK: General: Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Chorus 9, 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10; Drama Club 9; School Newspaper 9.
WILLIAM LOUIS FINK: Academic: Student Council 12; Band 9. Varsity 10. II. 12; Activities 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Home Room President 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12; Drum Captain 12.
RONALD JOHN FIORAVANTI: Academic; Basketball. Junior High 9, Junior Varsity 10. 11. Varsity 10. 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Cross Country 10, 11; Home Room Secretary 11; Freshman Class Vice-President 9; Student Council Vice-President 9.
BARBARA ANN FIRICH: Academic: National Honor Society 11, 12; Leaders' Club 12; Home Room Vice-President II. Treasurer 10, 12; National Historical Society 12; Silhouette Feature Editor 12; Hall Patrol 12; Yearbook Representative 10. II. 12; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Junior Red
Cross 10, II; Class Play Committee 11.
MICHAEL FIRKALY: Academic; Junior Class Treasurer 11; National Historical Society II. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11, 12; Home Room
KENNETH PARKER FISCHL: Academic; National Honor Society II, 12. Treasurer 12; National Historical Society II, 12, President 12; Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Boys’ Intramurals
10, 11, 12; Yearbook Layout Editor 12; Silhouette Business Manager 12; Statistician 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Home Room Secretary 10; Hall Patrol II. 12, Captain 12; Science Club
11. 12; Latin Club 11. 12; Pep Club 12; Cross Country 11.
RONALD DUANE FISHEL: Vocational; Chorus 9; Audio Visual Aids 12; Stage Lighting Squad 12.
CAROL ANNE FISHER: Commercial: Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 12; Fencing Club 11.
KATHRYN LOUISE FITCH: Academic; Yale-Princeton Cheerleader 11. 12; Leaders’ Club 12: Gym Aids 9; Finance Committee 10. 11. 12. Vice-President 11; Pep Club 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11, 12; Chorus 12.
JEAN LOUISE FITTANTE: Academic; Band. Varsity 9. 10. 11. 12. Activities 9. 10. 11. 12; Student Council 11; Leaders’ Club 12; Yale-Princeton Cheerleader 11, 12; Home Room President 11, Vice-President 10, 12; F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10. II. 12; Bulletin Board Committee 11. 12: Gym Aids 9, 10; Majorette 12; Junior High Cheerleader 9.
TIMOTHY FLANIGAN: Academic; Home
Room Vice-President 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12; Chorus 12. Madrigal 12.
STANLEY JOSEPH FLORCIK: Academic.
Bowling 11, 12; Fencing Club 12.
RICHARD ALLEN FORNEY: Vocational;
Silhouette Representative 10, II, 12; Fencing Club 9.
CAROLE MAE FRIEL: Commercial; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Girls' Intramurals 11, 12.
ROSEMARY DENISE FRIEL: Academic; Silhouette Girls’ Sports Editor 12; Fencing Club 12; Chorus 9. 12; Pep Club 10, II; Girls’ Intramurals 10. 11, 12.
ROGER DALE FURR: General; Baseball 11; Chorus 12.
JOSEPH WILLIAM GALLIK: General; Chorus 12; Boys Imiamurals 11.
CATHY JANE GAONA: Commercial: Chorus 9, 10, 11; Girls' Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Gym Aids 9.
CHESTER JOSEPH GASOWSKI: Academic; National Honor Society 11. 12. Vice-President 12; National Historical Society 11, 12; Senior Class Vice-President 12; Home Room President
9. 10. 11; Bowling 11. 12; Student Council 9,
10. 11. 12, Vice-President 11; Pep Club 12; Cross Country 10, 11; Junior High Football 9; Basketball. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10,
11. Varsity 12; F.T.A. 12; Hall Monitor 12; Intramurals 12.
CATHY JF.AN GEBET: Academic; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; Student United Nations 11, 12, Corresponding Secretary 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 12: Gym Aids 9. 10; Attendance Aids 10. 11, 12: Chorus 9. 10; National Historical Society 12; National Honor Society 12; Finance Committee 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 11, 12; National Thespian Society 12; Latin Club 11. 12: All School Play Committee 12; Junior Class Play Student Director 11.
PATRICIA CATHERINE GFRFT: Academic: Home Room Vice-President 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12.
JOHN GEORGICK: Academic; Fencing Club 12; Science Club 11, 12; Chess Club 11, 12; Bowling 11, 12.
While being fitted for his cap and gown, Joseph Boyt reveals his pensive feeling concerning his future.LUCINDA JOAN GIDEON: Academic; Yale-Princeton Cheerleader 11, 12; Leaders' Club 12; Sophomore Class Treasurer 10; Home Room Vice-President 10; Gym Aids 9, 10; Yearbook Representative 11, 12; Hall Patrol 12; Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10. II. 12; Student Council 10; Usherettes 11; Finance Committee 10; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12
ROBERT BRUCE GILES: Academic; National Thespian Society 12. Treasurer 12; National Historical Society 12; Home Room Treasurer 12; Science Club II. 12; Chess Club 11; F.T.A. 11. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11.
GERALD F. GIRARD: Commercial: Pep Club 11. 12; Stamp Club 9. 10.
GERALDINE ANNE GIRARD: Commercial: Pep Club 11, 12; Girls' Intramurals 12; Chorus 10, 11; Program Sales Committee 10.
NICK FRANCIS GNARRA, JR.: Academic; Boys’ Intramurals 11. 12.
GILBERT JACKSON GOFF. JR.: Vocational.
GERALDINE MARIE GOYETTE: General; Pep Club 10. 11. 12.
BARBARA KATHERINE GOZUR: Commercial: Pep Club 10, 12; Program Sales Committee 12.
RALPH ANTHONY GREGOREK: General;
Home Room Treasurer 9; Boys' Intramurals
10. 11. 12.
STEVEN ROBERT GRGURIC: General: Chorus 9. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Boys Intramurals 10, 12; Bowling 12.
ELIZABETH MARIE GRILLO: Commercial; Junior Red Cross 12; Girls’ Intramurals 9. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 9; Concessions Committee 11, 12; Science Club 9.
DONNA JEAN GROSS: Commercial. Pep
Club 10, II, 12; Intramurals 9. 10, 11.
NANCY L. HALE: Commercial; Hall Patrol 11; Program Sales Committee 10. 11; Usherettes 10. 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12.
RUTH JANE HALLADAY: General: Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Bowling 11. 12.
RONALD LEE HAMILTON: Academic: Football, Junior High 9, Junior Varsity 10, Varsity 11, 12; Intramurals 11, 12; Cross Country 12.
WILLIAM KENNEDY HAMILTON: Aca-
demic: Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; Stamp Club 9, 10; Chess Club 10; Pep Club 12; Track 9. 10. 11. 12; Junior Class Play 11; Mid-Western Chorus 12; Madrigal 10. II. 12; Band 9.
LINDA LOU HANNAH: Distributive Education; DECA 12.
RICHARD ALLEN HANZhVACK: Academic; Silhouette Exchange Editor 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Hall Patrol 12; Fencing Club 11; Chess Club 11; Track 11; Cross Country 11.
MARILYN JEAN HARE: General; Chorus 10. 11; Finance Committee 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 9; Girls' Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12; Finance Committee Treasurer 12.
VIRGINIA ANN HASSON: Academic; Yearbook Representative 10, 11. 12: F T A. 10, 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Usherettes 9. 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 9. 10; Junior Red Cross 10, 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 9, 10, 11. 12; Finance Committee 10, 11, 12; Junior High Cheerleader 9; Chorus 9; Concessions Committee 9.
EVELYN JOYCE IIAYNIE: Commercial; Usherettes 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12.
RALPH JAMES HEADLAND: Academic:
Track 12; Cross Country 10, 11. 12; Coin Club 9, Vice-President 9; Intramurals 12.
CANDICE SUE HELSING: Commercial: Pep Club 10, 11. 12; A.A.J.C.C. 10.
DAVID ALLEN HENDRICKSON: Vocational: Fencing Club 12.
DENNIS JOHN HF.RBUTH: Academic.
JOSEPH ARNOLD HERRMANN. JR.: Academic: Chorus 10. 11, 12; Bowling 10. 11. 12; Varsity Football 10.
DEBORAH HLOZEK: Commercial; Yearbook Representative 10. 11, 12; Attendance Aids
10, 11. 12; Home Room Vice-President 10. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Gym Aids 9; Intramurals 11, 12; Band 10.
JOHN HOMICK: Commercial
CHERYL LEE HOPTA: Distributive Education: Chorus 9; DECA 12.
KAREN HOSEK: Commercial: Pep Club 11. 12; Girls' Intramurals 10.
ROBERT RAY HOUGH: Academic; Fencing Club 11, 12.
WILLIAM M. HOWARD: Academic; Varsity Band 9. 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9; Fencing Club 9, 12; Science Club 11. 12; Chess Club 10, 11. 12; Student United Nations 11. 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; Brass Choir 11, 12; Dixieland Band 12.
KENNETH PAGE HUMPHREYS: Academic; Rod and Gun Club 9.
CAROLYN ANN HUPPENTHAL: Commercial.
SUSAN ELLEN HURSKO: General; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 11.
JOANN MARIE HUSAR: Commercial; Home Room Secretary 11; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Usherettes II, 12; Program Sales Committee 11, 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12.
BRYAN WILLIAM HUWAR: Academic: Football. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10, 11, Varsity 10. 11. 12; Track 10; Intramurals 10, 12; Pep Club 12.
JOHN A. HYRE. II: Vocational; Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest 10, 11.
DONNA JANICKI: General: Pep Club 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10.
ANNAMARIE HELEN JESKY: Commercial; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12. Typist 12; National Historical Society 12; Hall Patrol II, 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11; Madrigal 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11, 12. Representative 12: Bulletin Board Committee 11. 12. Treasurer 12; Fencing Club 11. 12, Girls' Intramurals 9; F.T.A. 12.
CAROLJEAN THERESA JOSEPH: Academic; Home Room President 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; Silhouette Art Editor 10. 11. 12; F.T.A.
10. II. 12; Chorus 9. 12; Class Play Committee 11; Girls' Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Pep Club
MARY ANN JULA: Commercial; Band. Varsity 10, 11, 12, Activities 12; Pep Club 10, 12; Bowling 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12.
PAUL STANLEY JURKOWSKI: Academic: Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; National Thespian Society 12; Home Room Vice-President 11, Secretary 12; Junior Class Play 11; All School Play 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 11; Fencing Club 9.
KENNETH ANDREW KACHUR: Academic. Pep Club 12: Basketball. Junior High 9; Intramurals 11. 12; Chorus 12; Fencing Club 12: Science Club 12; Stamp Club 12, Chess Club 12; Bowling 11, 12.
DAVID A. KAMZELSKI: Vocational; Stage Lighting Squad 11, 12; Stadium Squad 12.
GERALDINE LUCY KAROLAK: Academic: Home Room Treasurer 11. 12; F.T A 10, II, 12; Chorus 9. 10, 11. 12; Silhouette Representa-itve 10. 11; Finance Committee 10. II, 12; Concessions Committee 10. 11; Intramural 9, 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Bowling 10.
ELLEN ANN KASARDA: Academic; Student Council 10. 11. 12. Treasurer 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Home Room President 10. 11. 12; Freshmen Class Secretary 9; Leaders’ Club 11. 12; National Historical Society 12; Hall Patrol 12; F.T.A. 10. II. 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Intramurals 9, 10. II, 12; Usherettes 11; Junior Red Cross 10, 11; Gym Aids 10.
DARLENE JUDITH KASPER: General; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 10, 11, 12; Yearbook Advertising Staff 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12: Concessions Committee 9. 10, II. 12; Program Sales Committee 9, 10. II. 12; Usherettes 9. 10, 11. 12, President 12; Bulletin Board Committee 10, 11. 12, President II, 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12.
JOHN M. KASSELL: Distributive Education: Chorus 10. 11.
FRANK EDWARD KAUFMAN: Academic; Basketball. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10. Varsity 11. 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Chorus 12; Cross Country 10, 11; Pep Club 11; Hall Patrol 12.
GUY L. KEDZIERSKI: Academic; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 12; Chorus 12.
THOMAS EDWARD KELLY: General; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Chorus 11; Boys’ Intramurals
ALBERT JAMES KENDRA: Vocational: Audio Visual Aids 11. 12; Stage Lighting Squad 11, 12; Stadium Squad 11, 12.
ELAINE KINGAS: Academic; National Honor Societv 11. 12: National Historical Society 11. 12; Student Council 11. 12, Secretary 12; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; Home Room President II. 12; Leaders’ Club 11, 12, President 12: Yale-Princcton Player 10. II. 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11. 12; F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Gym Aids 10.
PETER KINGERSKI: Academic; Chorus 9. 10. II. 12. Madrigal 12; Bowling II. 12: F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; Gym Leaders’ 9; Student Council 9.
GLORIA JEAN KIRBY: Commercial: Band. Varsity 9. 10. 11. 12. Activities 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10; Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12.
MONICA ANN KITZMII.I.F.R: Commercial: Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10, 11. 12; Pep Club 11. 12: Chorus 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Usherettes 10. II; Leaders' Club 9; Bulletin Board Committee 10.
STEPHEN MARVIN KLINE: Academic; Chorus 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11, 12.
DAVID RICHARD KLODOWSKI: Commercial: Chorus 12.
MARIE ALENA KNAPP: Academic; Girls’ Intramurals 11, 12; Chorus 11.
ALEXANDER KOCHERZAT: Academic: Chorus 12; Chess Club 12; Pep Club II, 12; Golf 12; Boys’ Intramurals 9, 12.
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HARRIET JANE KOKOSKI: Academic; Silhouette Editor-in-Chief 12, Assistant Editor 11; National Historical Society 12; F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 10, ll, 12; Fencing Club 9, 10. II, 12; Pep Club 10; Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 11; Gym Aids 10; Science Club 12; Latin Club 11. 12; Chorus 9.
ROBERT GEORGE KOODRICH: Academic; Golf 11, 12; Intramurals 9, 12; Chorus 9, 12; Bowling 11, 12; Hall Monitor 11; Pep Club 11.
JAMES J. KORDAS: Distributive Education; DECA Treasurer 12.
ANTHONY GEORGE KOROL: Academic;
National Historical Society 10. 11, 12; Student Council 11; Science Club 11, 12; Home Room President 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 10. 11. 12: F.T.A. 12: Pep Club 12.
CASIMIR KOROL: Academic; Cross Country 10, II; Track 10, 11; Intramurals 9.
PATRICIA LOUISE KOSARYCH: Academic; Chorus 12; Fencing Club 11, 12; Bowling In-tramurals 12; Intramurals 12.
AARON GEORGE KOTYS: General; Track 11, 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Librarian 11; School Newspaper Representative 9, Chorus 11. 12.
ROBERT DANIEL KOUVOLO: Academic;
Track 10. 11. 12; Football. Varsity 10. 11, 12; Home Room Treasurer 11, President 12; Student Council 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Junior Class Play 11; Boys’ Intramurals 10, 11, 12.
SALLY D. KOWALCYK: Commercial; Chorus 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Girls’ Intramurals 10, II. 12.
DAVID RAYMOND KOWALCZYK: Aca-
demic: Chorus 10; Student Council 11; Boys’ Intramurals 11; Bowling 10, 11, 12.
GLORIA ANNE KOWALSKI: Academic;
Girls’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. II. 12: Gym Aids 10; Bowling 11. 12.
NANCY ANN KRACHALA: Commercial:
Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 10: Chorus 11; Fencing Club 9.
RITA D. KRASINSKI: Academic: Student
United Nations 11. 12; F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; National Historical Society 12; Drama Club 9; Class Play 9.
ANTHONY EDWARD KRESICKI: Academic; Junior Class Play 11.
JOHN MICHAEL KRIZAN: General; Pep
KATHRYN ANN KRONSTAIN: Academic:
Pep Club 11. 12, Co-chairman 12; Attendance Aids 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 10; Student United Nations 11, 12.
THOMAS F. KRONSTAIN: Academic: Fencing Club 11. 12; Chorus 12; Madrigal 12;
Boys’ Intramurals 9.
BETTY L. KRUPSKl: Commercial; Home
Room Secretary 9, 11; Leaders’ Club 9. 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Gym Aids 10.
ROSF.ANN ANNTIONETTE KUBICKI: Commercial; Pep Club 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 12.
DENNIS MARK KUBIT: Academic; Baseball II. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11. 12.
MICHAEL STEPHEN KULIK: Academic.
ANNA MARIE KUZMA: Academic; F.T.A.
10. II, 12; National Historical Society 10. 11, 12: Home Room Secretary 12; National Thespian Society 11, 12; Student Director 12: Junior Red Cross 10. 11, 12; Finance Committee 10,
11. 12; Usherettes 12; Bulletin Board Committee
10. II. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 10,
11. 12: Gym Aids 9. 10.
RICHARD JAMES KUZMA: Vocational: Audio Visual Aids 12; Stage Lighting Squad 12.
CATHY LEIGH LAMBERT: Commercial: Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12; Home Room Secretary 12; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 11. 12; Silhouette Typist 12.
DIXIE LEE LAMBERT: Commercial; Pep
Club 10; Gym Aids 10; Intramurals 9, 10.
JAMES D. LAUF: Academic; Track 11. 12; Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer it.
LAWRENCE LARSON: Academic: Football. Varsity 10; Intramurals 10.
MICHAEL LOUIS LELAK: Vocational; Basketball, Junior High 9; Intramurals 9. 10, 11. 12; Track 9. 10. 11. 12; Boys’ Gym Leaders 9; Pep Club 12.
JOHN SLA VO LESH: General; Band 9, 10. 11. 12; Pep Band 11.
MARGARET ANN LEVKUI-ICH: Academic: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Chorus 10. II, 12; Intramurals 10. II. 12; Latin Club 11, 12. Secretary 11.
ZELL A MARY LILLEY: Distributive Education: Attendance Aids 12.
PATRICIA MARIE LINDAUERE: Academic: Pep Club 12: Intramurals 9, 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Home Room Vice-President 9; Junior Red Cross 10; Chorus 9; Leaders’ Club 9.
IJANE LOEDDING: General: Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; Silhouette Typist 12; Usherettes 10. 12; Program Sales Committee 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 11, 12: Pep Club 12.
PAUL FRANCIS LOEDDING: Commercial: Cross Country 11, 12; Track 11, 12; Boys’ Intramurals 12.
WILLIAM CHARLES LOEDDING: Academic: Track 10. 11. 12; Cross Country 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 12; Home Room Treasurer 12; Pep Club 12.
CHARLES JAMES LUBIC: Distributive Education: Chorus 11; DECA 12.
RUDY DAVID LUBIC: General; Intramurals 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Chorus 11, 12.
STEVE JOSEPH LUBIC: Academic.
NICK WILLIAM LUCAS: Academic; Band Board 10; Chorus 10; Boys’ Patrol 10; Pep Club 10. 11; Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12.
DENNIS JOHN MADDEY: General.
JOHN FRANCIS MAJER: Academic; Chorus 11; Science Club 11. 12: Chess Club 10. 11; Intramurals 12; Student United Nations 11, 12.
BARBARA L. MAKOWSKI: Commercial:
Program Sales Committee 10, 11. 12; Home Room Vice-President 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Silhouette Typist 12; Class Play Committee 12; Chorus 11, 12; Bowling 10.
JOSEPH JOHN MALETIC: General; Chorus 12; Pep Club 12; Bowling 11. 12.
DAVID MICHAEL MAMAY: Academic;
Bowling 10. 11. 12; Junior High Football 9; Boys' Intramurals 9.
MARIA MANOUSAKIS: Commercial: Yearbook Editorial Staff 12. Typist 12. Advertising 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; National Thespian Society 11, 12; Junior Red Cross 10. 11, 12. Chairman 12; Usherettes 11. 12. Chairman 12; Bulletin Board Committee 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 9, 10; Chorus 9.
ANTHONY MAR ANDO: Vocational: Stage
Lighting Squad 11, 12; Audio Visual Aids 11, 12.
MARY A. MARKS: Academic; Guidance Aids 11. 12; Fencing Club 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 12; Usherettes 10. 11; Gym Aids 10; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12.
JERRY S. MARKVAN: Academic: National Thespian Society 11. 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Junior Class Play 11; Stage Crew 9; Stage Lighting Squad 11.
THOMAS JOSEPH MARTI: Academic; Chorus II; National Historical Society 11, 12; Bowling 11. 12; Cross Country II; Track 10; Intramurals 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 10. 11; Latin Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Stamp Club 9.
SHARON LEE MARUSTAK: Commercial: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 10.
MARCIA ANN MATEJKA: General; Program Sales Committee 12; Pep Club 12; Home Room Treasurer 10, Secretary 11, 12.
COLETTE MARIA MATIEVICH: Commercial: Pep Club 12; Bulletin Board Committee 10; Intramurals 11; Fashion Club 10.
RANDOLPH ALAN MATUSCAK: Academic; Varsity Football Trainer 11, 12; National Historical Society 11, 12; Home Room Vice-
President 10; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Science Club 11. 12; Junior High Basketball 9; Intramurals 10. II. 12; F.T.A. 11; Hall Monitor Captain 12.
ROSEMARY L. MATZZIE: Academic; Leaders’ Club 10, 11, 12; Program Sales Committee
10. 11. 12. Chairman 12: Hall Patrol 11. 12; Attendance Aids 11, 12; Chorus 9, 10. 11, 12; National Historical Society 12: Usherettes 10.
11. 12: Junior Red Cross 10, 11. 12; Pep Club
10. 11. 12: F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 10,
11, 12; Yale-Princcton All-Stars 11; Gym Aids 9. 10.
JACK L. MAUK: General; Chorus 11.
TERRANCE L. McBROOM: General: Intramurals 9; Bowling 9. 10; Pep Club 12; Yearbook Representative 10; Track 9.
ROGER D. McCALLISTER: Academic: Chorus 12; Band 9. 10.
JAMES CHARLES McGEORGE: Academic; Cross Country 11, 12; Home Room Vice-President 10. 11. 12: Senior Class Treasurer 12; Latin Club 11. 12. Secretary 12. Treasurer 11; Pep Club 12; Track 11; Intramurals 12; Chorus 10.
I AWRF.NCE JOHN MF.ASEL: Commercial: Gym Aids 9; Intramurals 9; Chorus 9.
LINDA KATHLEEN MEHNO: Academic:
National Honor Society 11. 12; National Historical Society 11. 12; Student Council 11. 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11. 12; Science Club 11, 12; Usherettes 10; Home Room President 11. 12; Hall Monitor 12; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12.
JAMES DAVID MERCADANTE: General.
JOSEPH MESHANKO: Academic; Chess Club 11; Pep Club 11; Bowling 11, 12.
ISOJAMES JOSEPH MICHALSKl: Academic;
Fencing Club 12.
MARGARET BERNADETTE MIHALIC: Gen-erul; Cub Player 11; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 10.
CATHLEEN ROSE MILLER: Commercial:
Silhouette Representative 10, II, 12; Intramurals 10; Pep Club II. 12.
WILLIAM TERRANCE MILLER: Distributive Education; Chorus 10, 11; Hall Patrol 11; Hall Monitor 11; DECA Vice-President 12.
STEVE MILOSZEWSKI: General: Chorus 12; Fencing Club 11; Chess Club 11; Football. Junior Varsity 10; Track 11; Cross Country 10.
PAULA MARIE MISKULIN: Academic; Yearbook Editorial Staff 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Junior Class Play II; Pep Club
10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10, II, 12; Bowling
RirilARn S. MORGART: Academic: Cross
Country 12; Intramurals 12; Pep Club 12; Fencing Club 11.
FRANK LOUIS MORINI: Vocational; Boys’ Intramurals 10. 11.
MARLENE NADA MOSURA: Academic: National Historical Society 12; Intramurals 11, 12; Home Room Vice-President 12; Usherettes 10, 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Pep Club 12.
MARGARET MARYANN MRA7-OVICH: Commercial: Band. Varsity 9, 10, 11. 12; Activities 10. II. 12; Intramurals 12; Bowling 12; Yearbook Representative 10, 11, 12.
DEBRA DARLENE MULLER: General; Pep Club 11. 12; Intramurals 11, 12.
FRANCES E. A. MUROWSKI: General; Yearbook Representative 9. 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; Chorus 11. 12; Gym Aids 10; Intra-murals 9, 10; All Class Play 10.
ELZANNA L. MURPHY: Academic: Class Play 11; National Thespian Society 12; National Historical Society 12: Junior Red Cross 10. 11. 12. Secretary 12; Pep Club 10. 12; Usherettes 12; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; Bowling 12.
RICHARD ARTHUR MUTSCHLER: Aca-
demic; Pep Club 12; Home Room Secretary 11; Intramurals II. 12; Cross Country 11; Intramural Bowling 12.
ROBERT JAMES MUTSCHLER: Commercial: Boys' Intramurals 12.
LOUISE MUZYKA: Academic: Hall Patrol II. 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Leaders’ Club II, 12; Gym Aids Ift: Yalc-Princeton Player 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 10. 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12.
JERRY J. NESTOR: Academic; Student Council 9. 10. II. 12; President II, 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Class President 9. 10. II, 12; Home Room President 9, 10, 11. 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Football. Junior High 9, Junior Varsity 10; Basketball. Junior High 9; Intramurals 10, II, 12; Chorus 9. 11, 12.
ANTHONY JOHN NIC ASTRO: Academic;
Yearbook Editorial Staff 11. 12. Copy Editor 12; National Thespian Society 12; Student United Nations 11; World Affairs 11; Junior Class Play 11: All School Play 12; Future Journalists of America II, 12; Bowling 9.
PATRICIA NICOPOULOS: Academic: Hall
Patrol 11. 12; Finance Committee 10. 11. 12; Home Room Treasurer 12. Vice-President 11; Intramurals 9, 10, 11; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12.
PAUL O’PALKA, JR.: Vocational; Silhouette Reporter 10; Canteen Committee 11; Audio Visual Aids 11, 12; Stage Lighting Squad 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Chorus.
WALTER JAMES OSTROWSKI: Academic; Basketball. Junior Varsity 11, Varsity 11, 12; Baseball 11. 12; Cross Country 11; Chorus. Madrigal 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 11. 12.
VINCE M. PALI.ADINI: General: Home Room Treasurer 9; Junior High Football 9; Junior High Basketball 9; Track 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12.
JOHN ANTHONY PAPASODF.RO: General; Football, Junior High 9, Junior Varsity 10. 11, Varsity 10, II, 12; Baseball 10. II. 12; Intramurals 12; Pep Club 12; Chrous 9. 10, 11, 12.
VERONICA MARIE PAQUET: Distributee Education; DECA Secretary 12; Intramurals 10.
MARK PASTRICK: Academic; Fencing Club 12; Science Club II. 12; Chess Club II. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Home Room President 9; Junior High Football 9; Track 10; Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Basketball Manager 9; Bowling 9. 10. II. 12.
LYLE PATRICK: Academic: Cross Country 10. 11; Junior Varsity Basketball 10. 11; National Historical Society 12; Student Council 10; Home Room President 10, Treasurer 12; Intramurals 12.
MELINDA SUE PAZICH: Academic: Varsity Band 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intra-murals 12.
BRUCE ALLEN PECK: Commercial: Chorus 9; Intramurals 9.
LINDA SUE PENCE: Commercial: Leaders’ Club 12; Usherettes 12; Chorus 11; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 9; All Class Play Committee 12; Junior Red Cross 11.
CYNTHIA FRANCES PERCIAVALLE: Academic: Student Council 9; Home Room President 9; Attendance Aids 12; Pep Club II, 12; Chorus 11. 12; Intramurals 12.
LOUIS PERNA: Academic; Band. Varsity 9. 10. 11, 12, Activities 9. 10. 11. 12. President 12, Treasurer 11, 12. Band Board 12; Chorus 12; Student United Nations 11, 12.
LORETTA ANTIONETTE PERSUITTE: Academic; National Historical Society 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 10. 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 11. 12; Hall Pauol 12; Concessions Committee 10, 11; Chorus 9.
DOUGLAS W. PETERS: Academic: F.T.A. 11, 12; Hall Patrol 11, 12.
LLOYD PETERSON: Commercial: Chorus 12; Audio Visual Aids II. 12; Stage Lighting Squad 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 9.
EDWARD F. PETROSK1: Academic: Track 11, 12; Intramurals 11, 12; Boys’ Patrol 10, 11, 12; Junior High Football 9.
TERRY LEE PIETA: Academic; Pep Club 11, 12; Intramurals 9, 10. 11, 12.
MICHELE PIETRZYKOWSKI: Academic;
Home Room Vice-President 12; Leaders' Club 12; Intramurals 11. 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; Fencing Club 10. 11. 12; Usherettes 10, 11; Gym Aids 10; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Usherettes Secretary 11; National Historical Society 12.
PAUL R. PINCHOT: General: Pep Club 12; Football. Junior Varsity 10, Varsity 10; Intra-murals II; Track 10; Bowling 10, 11. 12.
WILLIAM PINGITORE: Academic; Fencing Club 11. 12, Vice-President 12; Science Club 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 10.
DIANNE ALEXIS PINOTICH: Commercial: Freshmen Class Secretary 9; Home Room Secretary 9, II; Treasurer 10; F.T.A. II, 12; Yearbook Representative 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 9, 10, II; Program Sales Committee 11; Usherettes 11; Junior Class Play 11; All Class Play 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Madrigal 11. 12. Chorus 9, 11, 12.
DANIEL J. PIRICH: Academic; Junior High Basketball 9; Intramurals 12.
LORRAINE EILEEN PITTS; Academic; In tramurals 9. in. 11. 12: Finance Committee 10, I], 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9, 11; Madrigal 9. II; Pep Club 10; Gym Aids 9, 10; Bowling 9, 10.
NANCY LORRAINE PLESE: Academic; National Thespian Society 11. 12; F.T.A. 10, 11. 12; Chorus 10, II. 12; Pep Club lO. 12; All School Play 12; Junior Class Play Committee 11.
LINDA ANN POKRIN: Commercial: Year-book Representative 9; Student Council 9. 10; Chorus 9. 10. II; Chess Club 10. 11; Program Sales Committee 9. 10. 11; Usherettes 10. II; Pep Club 10. II. 12; Gym Aids 9. 10; Home Room Vice-President 9. 10; Intramurals 9,
CHARLENE MARIF POI ACF.K: Commercial. Chorus 9. 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Pep Club 12; Bowling 12.
RAYMOND JOSEPH POLITO: Academic;
Band. Varsity 9. 10. 11. 12, Activities 9, 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 10. 11, 12; Track 10, 11. 12: Pep Club 11, 12; Intramurals 9. 12; Dance Band 12.
FRANCES ARLENE PONEVAC: Commercial: Chorus 9.
BONNIE DARI.F.NF. POST: Commercial; Hall Patrol 9, Drama Club 9; Intramurals 9. 10.
LINDA POWNFR Commercial: Pep Club 11. 12; Intramurals 11, 12.
MARY REBECCA PRINCE: Commercial:
Band. Varsity 9. 10, Activities 9, 10; Usherettes 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 10, II, 12; Band Librarian 10; Yalc-Princeton Halftime 11; Junior Class Play Committee 11; All Class Play Committee 12.
JOSEPH MICHAEL PROKURAT: Academic: Band 9; Chorus 9; National Thespian Society II. 12; Audio Visual Aids II, 12; Stage Lighting Squad 11. 12; Football Assistant 10, 11. 12; Stage Worker 10. 11. 12.
LEONARD S. PSZENNY: Academic: Student Council 12; Home Room President 12: Vice-President 11. Secretary 10; Intramurals 9. 10, 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9; Canteen Committee 10; Bowling Team 10.
DUANE MICHAEL PUCKETT: Distributive Education; DECA Club 12.
JANET CATHERINE PUCKETT: Academic: National Historical Society 12; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12: Home Room Treasurer 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Intramurals 10. II. 12.
JUDITH LEE QLJAYF: General. Chorus 9, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10, II.
ROBERT JAMES QUINN: General; Pep Club 11. 12; Bowling 10, Cl oiu» 9. 10. 11; Intra-murals 10.1967 Senior Activities
AI-LYN RAINALDI: Academic; Leaders’ Chib 11. 12; Yale-Princeton Manager 10. 11. 12; Home Room President 12; Student Council 12; National Historical Society 12; F.T.A. 10. II, 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11; Chorus 9.
RONALD CHARLES RANDEL: Academic; Student Council 12; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Chess Club 10; Home Room President 12; Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Football Team Trainer 11, 12.
MICHAELENE RAPSO: Academic: Atten-
dance Aids 10. 11, 12; Chorus 9, II; Usherettes 11; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Home Room Vice-President 10, 12; Intramurals 10, 11; F.T.A. II. 12
ARLENE RAYNOR: Academic: Hall Patrol 12; Program Sales Committee 10. II, 12; Ush-cicttcs 10. 11, 12, Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 12; Home Room Secretary 10; Gym Aids 10; Fencing Club 11.
MICHAEL F. REGNEY: Academic: Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; Boys’ Patrol 10; Fencing Club 9; Pep Club 10, 11; Intramurals 10. 11.
CHERYL ANN REICH: Academic: Chorus 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 10. 11; Usherettes 10. 11; Pep Club 10; Gym Aids 10; Home Room Secretary 11; Intramurals 10. 11.
BEVERLY EILEEN REPINE: Academic; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12. Business Manager 12; Hall Patrol 11. 12; Usherettes 10, 11. 12: Program Sales Committee 10. 12; Student United Nations 10, 11, 12; Fencing Club 11.
DAVID ALAN RHONE: Academic: Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; Student Council 10, 11; Home Room President 10. 11, Vice-President 12; National Historical Society 12; Future Journalists of America 11, 12.
MARIANNE RICCIARDI: Academic; F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; National Historical Society 12; Home Room Secretary 10. Treasurer 12; DECA President 12; Pep Club 10; Intramurals 11.
DIANA LEE RICH: Academic: Head Majorette 11, 12; Band. Varsity 11. 12. Band Board 12; Student Council 9. 10; Home Room President 9, 10; Pep Club 11. 12; Junior Red Cross
10. 11. 12: Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12: Yale-Princeton All Stars 11; Gym Aids 9. 10; Bulletin Board Committee 10. 11. 12; F.T.A. 10.
11. 12; Class Play Committee 11; Usherettes 12; Chorus 9. 10; Yearbook Representative 9; Bowling 11.
RACHEL MARY RIGANO: Academic: Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Representative 12: Librarian 12; Concessions Committee 10; Intramurals 12; Junior Red Cross 10; Bowling 12.
MIKE THOMAS ROBINSON: Academic.
J. RICHARD ROBY: Academic; Cross Country 12: Track 12: Intramurals 9; Hall Monitor 10; Rod and Gun Club 9.
DWIGHT C. RODGERS: Academic: Chorus 10. 11. 12; Home Room Vice-President 10; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 12; Cross Country 11; Bowling 12.
DALE ROMAN: Vocational: Stage Squad 10, II. 12; Audio Visual Aids 10. 11, 12.
JOSEPH R. ROSS: Vocational; Junior High Football 9.
ERNEST L. ROTOLO: General; Band. Varsity 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 10, Intramurals 10, 12; Chorus 9, 10.
LINDA ANN RUDEK: Academic; Chorus 11, 12; Usherettes 10. 11, 12; Finance Committee 10. 11. 12. Secretary 12; Pep Club 10, II. 12; Home Room Secretary 10. 12; Intramurals 9,
10, 11, 12: F.T.A. 12; Student United Nations
ALEX JOHN RUSSIN: Vocational; Home
Room President 9; Freshmen Class Treasurer 9; Basketball Manager 9; Stage Crew 9; Hall Patrol 9.
DOMINIC JOSEPH RUSSO: General; Football. Junior Varsity 10, Varsity 12; Basketball. Junior High 9. Junior Varsity 10. Varsity 11, 12; Track 10; Cross Country 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Hall Patrol 12.
HELEN LOUISE RUTKOWSKI: Commercial; Junior Red Cross 12; Pep Club 11, 12.
JOHN WILLIAM RUTTNER: Academic;
Band. Varsity 9, 10, 11. 12. Activities 9. 10, 11. 12; Chess Club 10. II. 12; Stage Band II, 12; Intramurals 9, 10, 11, 12.
EILEEN RYAN: Academic: Program Sales Committee 10, 11, 12; National Historical Society 12; Student United Nations 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Silhouette Representative 10. 11. 12: Intramurals 10. 11, 12; Usherettes 12.
NANCY CASEYANN RYAN: Academic;
Girls' Intramurals 9, 11, 12.
DARLENE MAXINE RYGALSKI: Commercial; Usherettes 10.
RAY PETER RYTEL: General: Student Council 10; Fencing Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Home Room President 10; Cross Country 11; Intramurals 10, 12; Bowling 10. 12.
DON'AI D CHARLES SANTARELLI: Aca-
demic; Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 11, Treasurer 10; Usher 12.
ANDREW DAVID SAPOVCHAK: Academic; Student Council 10; Chorus 11; Hall Patrol 12; Science Club 12; Chess Club 10. 11, 12; Home Room President 10; Vice-President 9. 11; Intramurals II, 12; Bowling 11, 12; Hall Monitor 12.
SfICHAEL WADDELL SCHLOSSER: Aca-emic; F.T.A. 10. II. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Concessions Committee 11, 12; Bowling 10; Chorus 10. 11. 12.
TERRY ALLEN SCHMETZER: Vocational;
Football. Junior High 9
JILL JUDY SCHWARTZ: Academic: F.T.A. 10. II. 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Silhouette Representative 12; Chorus 11; All School Play 12; Junior Class Play 11; Concessions Committee 10, 11; Gym Aids 10; Bowling 10; World Affairs 10.
JOSF.TTA ROSE SCISCIANI: Homemaking; Pep Club 10, 12; Chorus 9. 12; Band 9, Activities 9.
STEPHANIE JEAN SEECH: Academic; Fencing Club II, 12; Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12; Hall Monitor 11; Bowling 12; Pep Club 12.
PATRICIA MARIE SEMONIK: Commercial; Program Sales Committee 12; Usherettes 11; Pep Club 11. 12: Intramurals 9.
DONNA MARIE SESTI: Academic: Chorus 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 11; Usherettes 10. 11; Pep Club 10; Intramurals 10, 11; Cheerleader 9; Latin Club 11, 12; Chorus 11.
GERALD LELAND SEVIN: Vocational.
STELLA MARIE SHELEHEDA: Academic; National Thespian Society 11. 12, Vicc-Prcsidcnt 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Home Room Secretary 11, Vice-President 12; National Historical Society 12; F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; Program Sales Committee 11, 12; Usherettes 10, 11, 12; All School Play 11.
LINDA JEAN SHETEK: Academic: National Thespian Society II. 12; Band 11, 12; Leaders’ Club II. 12; Home Room President 10, Secretary 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Intramurals 10. 11. 12: Gym Aids 10; F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; All School Play 12; Junior Glass Play 11.
ROBERT SHULTZ: Vocational: Football, Junior High 9; Junior High Basketball 9; Shop Foreman 12.
CHERYL F. SIEMTOWSKI: Commercial: Program Sales Committee 12; Hall Patrol 11. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Bulletin Board Committee 12; Home Room Treasurer 12; Intramurals II.
VALF.RIE ANNE SIMOSKO: Academic; Band 10, 11. 12. Varsity 10. 11. 12, Activities 10. II. 12; Band Board 12; Chorus 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Intramurals II. 12: F.T.A. 10. 11. 12; World Affairs 11.
STEPHEN SINCHAK: Academic: Football,
Junior High 9, Varsity 10. 11, 12; Boys’ Intra murals 9. 10. 11. 12; Track 9. 10. 11. 12; Sophomore Class Secretary 10; Chorus 9, 10, 11. 12.
KARL CONRAD SIPPEL: Academic: Varsity Football 10; Basketball 11; Intramurals 10, 11, 12.
RICHARD ALAN SISLEY: General; Varsity Football 10. 11, 12; Junior Varsity Football 10. 11, Junior High 9: Freshmen Clavs Vicc-Prcsidcnt 9; Home Room President 9; Student Council 9.
ELAINE F. SLAPPO: Commercial; Program Sales Committee 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Intramurals 12.
RUTH ANN SMART: C nmmercial; Program Sales Committee 9, 10. 11, 12; Usherettes 10, 11; Chorus 10. II. 12; Booster Club 10. 11, 12; Hall Monitor 11.
CONNIE LEE SMITH: Commercial; Booster Club 10; Girls’ Intramural Sports 9, 10. 11, 12; Hall Monitor 10; Usherettes 10; Leaders' Club 9.
JOYCE ELAINE SMITH: Commercial; Girls’ Intramural Sports 10, 11, 12; Guidance Office 12.
RONALD J. SMITH: Academic; Yearbook
Editorial Staff 12; School Newspaper Editorial-in-Chief 12; Chorus 11: Bowling 9. 10. 11. 12.
CHF.RYL ANN SMOLNERY: Academic: Gym Aids 10; Booster Club 10. 12; Junior Red Cross
10, 11. 12; Girls’ Intramural Sports 10, 11, 12; Student United Nations 11, 12, Treasurer 12.
JAMES JOSEPH SOFRANKO: Academic;
Class Officer Treasurer 10; Boys’ Intramurals
11. 12; Golf 10. 11, 12.
THOMAS A. SOFRANKO: Academic; Home Room Vice-President 12, Secretary 11; Golf 11, 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11, 12; Chess Club 11, 12.
RICHARD JOHN SOLDRESSEN: Academic: National Historical Society 11. 12; Yearbook Editorial Staff 12; Yearbook Advertising Staff 12; Student Trainer 12; All Class Play 12; Volleyball Team 11, 12: Chorus 11. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 10. 11, 12; F.T.A. 12.
MICHAEL PETE SOI.OMICH: Vocational.
LAUREL PATRICIA SOVICH: Academic;
Home Room Secretary 9, Vice-President 12; News Editor 12; Student Council 9, 12; Hall Patrol 12; Booster Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Aids 9; Girls' Intramural Sports 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12: Junior Class Play 11.
PAUL T. SOVICH: General; Bowling 9, 10, 11. 12; Chorus 11. 12.
PETE A. SOVICH: Academic; Bowling 9. 10,
NANCY LEE SOWINSKI: Commercial. Program Sales Committee 11, 12; Girls’ Intramural Sports 10. 11. 12.
FRANK JOHN SPAN: General.KATHLEEN RAY SPEER: Commercial; Chorus 9. 10, 11. 12; Program Sales Committee 11. 12; Booster Club 10. II, 12; Girls Intramural Sports 10. II. 12; Fencing Club 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 10. 11; Bowling 10.
VICTOR A. SPINELLI: Distributive Education; Chorus 9, 10, II; Football 9, 10; Track 9. 10, II; Cross Country 9, 10. 11; Basketball 9. 10, 11; DECA Club 12; Booster Club 10. 11.
JOANNE MARIE SRADOMSKI: Academic: National Honor Society 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; National Historical Society II. 12; School Newspaper 10. 11. 12; Latin Club II. 12; Hall Patrol 11. 12; F.T.A. 10. 11, 12; Junior Class Play 11; All School Play 12.
LINDA PATRICIA STADNIK: Academic:
Girls’ Intramural Sports II, 12; Booster Club 12; Fencing Club 12.
ROBIN E. STETTLF.R: Academic: Leaders’ Club 12: Girls’ Intramural Sports 11. 12; Usherettes 11. 12; Home Room Secretary 12;
F.T.A. 12; Booster Club 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Program Sales Committee 11; A.A.J.C.C. 10.
HARLEY DEAN STEWART: Academic: Band 10; Chess Club 12; National Thespian Society 11. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12; Golf 10; Booster Club II. 12; Junior Class Play 11; All School Play 11. 12.
SAMUEL T. STITT: Academic; Varsity Band 9. 10. 11, 12; Bowling II. 12.
DOMF.NIC M. STRANO: Academic; Student Council 10; Librarian 12; Chorus 12; Stage Lighting Squad 12; Bowling 12.
ALAN LEE STUMPF: Academic; School
Newspaper Representative 10. II. 12; Fencing Club 10. 11. 12: Chrcs Club 12; Home Room Treasurer 10. 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Booster Club 12; Hall Monitor 12.
LAWRENCE JOHN SUHORSKY: Academic: Band 12; Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Track 10. 11; Basketball 9.
MICHAEL HENRY SUMKO: Academic: Track
10. 11. 12; Cross Country 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Booster Club
11. 12; Boys’ Patrol 12.
EDWARD S. SUMROK: Academic: Cross
Country II; Hall Monitor II, 12.
RICHARD BRUCE SUPAK: General: Boys’ Intramurals 10. 11. 12: .Science Club 11; Chess Club 11; Fencing Club 11.
ROBERT JOHN SWIATFK: Academic; Chorus 9, 12; Junior High Football 9; Junior Varsity 10. 11, Varsity II, 12; Boys’ Intramurals 11. 12; Track 9; Bowling 9. 10, 11, 12.
DAVID JOSEPH TABINOWSKI: Academic; Chess Club 11. 12: Stamp Club 9; Fencing Club 12; Home Room Treasurer 9; Booster Club 11. 12; Boys’ Intramurals 9, 11, 12.
SUSAN ELIZABETH TATE: Academic; Girls’ Intramural Sports 11, 12; Yale Reserves 11; Booster Club 11, 12; Junior Red Cross 10.
JOANNE ROBERTA TELESZ: Commercial: Junior Red Cross 12; Booster Club 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Girls’ Intramural Sports 12.
DOROTHY MAY THOMPSON: Commercial: School Newspaper 12, Typist 12; Program Sales Committee 12; Booster Club 11, 12. President 12; Intramurals 11, 12.
DANIEL. RICHARD TOMAZESKI: Aca-
demic; Fencing Club II, 12.
MARY LOU TRAUTMAN: Commercial; Booster Club 12; Drama Club 9; Chorus 9; Class Play 9; School Newspaper 9.
JUDITH ANN TROEGER: Academic; Hall Patrol II, 12; National Historical Society 12; Student Council 12; Booster Club 12; Gym Aids 10; Home Room Vice-President 12; F.T.A. 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12.
RONALD E. TRUANCE: Vocational.
HARRIET TSACALIS: Academic: Program
Sales Committee 10; Usherettes 10, 11. 12; Booster Club 10, 11, 12; Student United Nations II, 12.
PAUL E. TULLY: General: Boys’ Intramurals
KATHIE H. TURF.K: Commercial; Yalc-
Princcton Cheerleader 11, 12; Home Room Secretary 12; Intramurals 9. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Usherettes 10.
THOM MICHAEL TUSICK: General.
JOSEPH MICHAEL TYHONAS: Distributive Education; School Newspaper 9; Chorus 10, 11; Gym Leader 9.
DAVID E. TYMA: General: Intramurals 11, 12; Fencing Club 11; Chess Team II.
RICHARD ELWIN VALIGA: Academic; Home Room President 9; F.T.A. 11, 12; Student United Nations 11; Coin Club 9; Science Club 11, 12; Chorus 9. 11.
DAVID JOHN VERNAK: Academic: Baseball 10. 11. 12: Cross Country 11; Junior High Basketball 9. Varsity 10; Home Room Treasurer 12; Hall Monitor 12.
CURTIS J. VERNON: Academic; Fencing
Club II. 12; Chess Club 11. 12; Chorus 9. 11. 12; Junior Varsity Football 10, 11, Varsity 10. 11.
JOSEPHINE MARIA V1LLELLA: Commercial: Band 9. 10, 11; Chorus 9; Fencing Club 9; Girls’ Intramural Sports 9; Booster Club 10, 11.
SUSAN BETH VOGT: General: Booster Club 12; Girls’ Intramural Sports 12; Chorus 11; Program Sales Committee 12; Usherettes 12.
SUSAN ELAINE VOYNICK: Commercial:
Girls’ Intramural Sports 10. 11; Yearbook Representative 10. 11. 12; Booster Club 10. II; Rowling 9. 10; Attendance Aids 11. 12: Canteen Committee 10; A.AJ.C.C. 10; Usherettes 10, II; Program Sales Committee 10. 11.
MILLICENT FAYE VUKELIC: General; Yearbook Representative 10. 11. 12; Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; Usherettes 9, 10; Booster Club 10; Girls’ Intramural Sports 9, 10, 11, 12.
WILLIAM WACHTEL: Academic: Varsity
Band 10. 11, 12; Stage Band 11. 12; Student United Nations 11; Track 11; Cross Country 11; Dixieland Band 12.
JEANNE ANN WALL: Academic; Booster
Club 10. 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Girls’ Intramural Sports 9. 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 12; National Thespian Society 12.
JOSEPH THOMAS WALSH: General.
JOSEPH EDWARD WALTER: Academic;
Boys’ Intramurals 9. 10. 11, 12; Junior High Basketball 9; Chorus 9. 12; Student Council 9; Home Room Vice-President 9; Track 12; Cross Country 11.
CHRISTINE MARIE WARGO: Academic:
Fencing Club II; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Junior Red Cross 12; Intramurals 10. 11. 12.
EDWARD STANLEY WASKIEWICZ: Vocational: Audio Visual Aids II, 12; Stage Lighting Squad 11. 12; Stage Crew 10, 11, 12.
KAREN LEE WASKIEWICZ: Commercial: Yalc-Princeton Player 11, 12; Intramural 9. 10. 11. 12; Gym Aids 9; Pep Club 10, M, 12; Yearbook Representative 9. 10. 11. 12; Junior Class Play II; Program Sales Committee 10, 11; Chorus 9. 11. 12.
TOM WASLO: General: Boys' Intramural 11; Chorus 12.
CARMEN SUE WATSON: Academic. Yearbook Representative 10, 11, 12; Hand 9. 10, 11. 12; Attendance Aids 10. 11. 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; Latin Club II. 12.
JUDITH ANNE WEBER: Academic; National Honor Society 11. 12; Student Council 10, 11. 12. Vicc-Prcsidcnt 12; National Historical Society 10. II. 12; Junior Class Vicc-Prcsidcnt 11; Home Room President 10. 11, 12; Yale-Princeton Player 10 11. 12: F.T.A 10. 11. 12; Leaders' Club II. 12; Intramurals 9. 10. II, 12.
RICHARD ALLEN WEBER: Academic: Varsity Football 10, 11, 12; Junior High Basketball 9; Intramurals 9. 10. 11. 12; Track 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12.
BONNIE JEAN WFLDFR: Academic: Dance Band 10. 11; Pep Band 10. II; Junior Red Cross II; Band 9. 10. 11; Art Club 9.
DEBORAH ANN WESTOVER: General
DAVID ALLEN WHETZF.I.L: Academic: Hall Monitor 12; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 11, 12; Cross Country 12; Golf 12; Bowling 12.
KEVIN MICHAEL WINNE: Academic; Chess Club 10. 11. 12; Science Club 11, 12. Vice-President 11; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Intramurals 11.
RICHARD S. WOJTKOSKI: Academic;
Home Room President 9. Vice-President 10. Treasurer 11; Varsity Football 10; Intramural 9. 10. 11. 12; Track 9. 10; Student Council 9. 10; Chorus 11. 12; Hall Patrol 11.
MARTHA FI A INF WOLF: Commercial; Home Room Vice President 10. Secretary 9; Junior High Cheerleader 9.
DAVID JOSEPH YANKO: General; Hall
Monitor 12; Boys’ Patrol 10, 11, 12.
FLORA JANE YAWORSKY: Commercial:
A.AJ.C.C. 10; Pep Club 10; Gym Aids 10; Intramurals 9. 10.
GLORIA JEAN YAWORSKY: Academic; National Honor Society 11. 12; Student Council 12; Science Club 11. 12; National Historical Society 10. II. 12; Fencing Club 10. 11, 12; Hall Patrol 11, 12; Home Room President 12; Leaders’ Club 11. 12; Yale-Princeton Player 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12.
DORIS METRICIA YOUNG: Commercial.
THOMAS YOUNG: Vocational.
MONICA CAROL ZDZIARSKI: Academic:
National Historical Society 12; Pep Club 10.
JEROME JOHN ZERANICK: Vocational; Debate II; Intramurals 11, 12.
JEROME ZIMMER: Academic: Pep Club 11, 12; Home Room Treasurer 9; Yearbook Representative 9; Chorus 9, 11. 12; Intramurals 9. 11, 12; Junior High Football 9.
JANET MARIE ZUCHOWSKI: General. Chorus 9. 10. 11, 12; F.T.A. 10, II, 12; Bulletin Board Committee 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. li, 12; Home Room Secretary 10; Yearbook Representative 9.
1S3Take time to look around . . .
It is too short a day to be selfish.
Time often plays a vital role in the process of modern commerce.Art Evans proudly displays the sporty Ford Thunderbird.
DICK HUNT FORD
Duss Avenue Ambridge, Pennsylvania
The proper ball weight could make the difference in a game.
FAIR OAKS LANES
660 Ambridge Avenue Fair Oaks, Pennsylvania
Prompt and expert service are yours at Shomiris American.
SHOMIN'S AMERICAN STATION
Route 65 Baden, Pennsylvania
Originality and balance are stressed by Mr. Vaughn Arnold.
ARNOLD CITIZEN PRINTING
832 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
186Eye-catching furniture groupings help shoppers decide.
Baden Hardware offers the best in plumbing and lighting.
Northern Lights Shoppers City Baden, Pennsylvania
157 State Street Baden, Pennsylvania
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1967
LOCAL UNION No. 1268
Gifts of delicate milk glass are on sale at Cheryl's Shop.
CHERYL'S MEMORY SHOP
Northern Lights Shoppers City Baden, Pennsylvania
1S7Being there to offer comfort to a mourning family, the Fitzgerald and Syka Funeral Home prides itself on its friendliness.
FITZGERALD AND SYKA FUNERAL HOME
Kennedy Drive Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Evelyn's carries a wide and varied selection of gift wraps.
Mr. Swobe and Mr. Deane admire the new line of Pontiacs.
SWOBE AND DEANE PONTIAC-BUICK
201 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
637 Merchant Street Ambridge, PennsylvaniaFor an instant dry cleaning job, C R Laundry has it.
Stately provincial furniture can add to living room beauty.
C R COIN-OP-CLEANERS LAUNDRY
Northern Lights Shoppers City
440 Merchant Street
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Be it for a business meeting, wedding, or an informal get-together, David's Lounge offers its facilities for your enjoyment.
Ohio River Boulevard Leetsdale, Pennsylvania
189CONGRATULATIONS to the SENIOR CLASS of 1967
570 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
A new Chevrolet Impala can give anyone a sporty feeling.
SWIFT AND CAIN
19th and Duss Avenue Ambridge, Pennsylvania
It’s a crime for students and parents to pay more than $7.95 for any high school ring. See our large selection of rings for $7.95.
610 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Mr. Mikush proudly holds his Maytag A ward for excellence.
MIKUSH APPLIANCE SERVICE
818 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
190By showing the latest films, the Ritz offers a night out.
Prompt and efficient service are trademarks at Economy.
Fifth and Merchant
The Gulbransen Transistor Organ is featured at the Center.
This capable staff prepares daily meals for many students.
BEAVER VALLEY PIANO CENTER
Northern Lights Shoppers City Baden, Pennsylvania
PASTRICK S LUNCH
890 Duss Avenue Ambridge, PennsylvaniaTwin Trailer Sales offers a long line in mobile home living.
Join the Dodge Rebellion with a new Polar a from Valley.
Tenth and Merchant Ambridge, Pennsylvania
TWIN TRAILER SALES
Ohio River Boulevard Baden, Pennsylvania
Sewing machines are marked down during clearance sale.
for Modern Buildings
H. H. ROBERTSON COMPANY
SINGER SEWING CENTER
Northern Lights Shoppers City Baden, Pennsylvania
192Group shots for the Bridger are taken by Pete Gajarsky.
Mrs. Wuycik displays a line of engineering instruments.
307 Merchant Street
765 Merchant Street
EXTRA-SPECIAL I PERSON!
Come in and let us show you why the Olivetti Underwood LETTERA 32 is a favorite on five continents - with high school and college students, journalists, business men, world travellers and busy housewives! That’s why it's the perfect answer to family gift-problems-and at a price that’s probably lower than you’d think possible. Come in today and see for yourself!
CLEIS TYPEWRITER SERVICE
109 Hind Street ROCHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA
Mr. Sockel, store manager, shows his unique slipper rack.
577 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
193Information on Erie Insurance is yours for the asking.
JOHN S. DUNN
292 Seventh Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
A homely atmosphere is created by Katchers many sets.
659 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
The long luxury look of Cadillac is found at Stettler’s.
STETTLER MOTOR COMPANY
Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
An exact fit insures a satisfied customer at Ohio Lumber.
OHIO VALLEY LUMBER
328 Fourteenth Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
194Perfection and that well-groomed look come first at Tony's.
Central carries a full line of the better tape recorders.
TONY'S BARBER SHOP
705 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
CENTRAL RADIO AND T.V.
1194 Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Tempting aromas fill the air of the new Paul's Bakery.
Merchant Street Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Mr. Paul Alexa has added the Cougar to his Mercury line.
Duss Avenue Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Local Union No. 1270
United Steelworkers of America
Joseph Ostrowski, Jr.
196A. M. Byers Company
A. M. Byers Company is no longer a one-product company. Today the company consists of A. M. Byers with its metals operations; Galis Manufacturing Company with its emphasis on manufactured equipment and services for the mining industry; Missouri-Rogers Corporation which manufactures machinery for the rock industry and steel castings for many industries; an additional source of income from real estate; and an investment portfolio. All are pulling together to make A. M. Byers Company a more stable and profitable company.
197The 1967 Classic Ambassador stands on display at L S.
Insure your future by saving at A mbridge Savings and Loan.
L S RAMBLER DEALERS
901 Glenwood Avenue Ambridge, Pennsylvania
AMBRIDGE SAVINGS AND LOAN
506 Merchant Street, Ambridge 2301 Sheffield Road, Aliquippa
Efficient tire changing service can be yours at Henry’s.
HENRY'S AMERICAN STATION
Conway-Wallrose Road Freedom, Pennsylvania
Ambridge Office: 700 Merchant Street
198project (proj'ekt) N. Educ. A task or problem calling for constructive thought or action.
PROJECT 600 is Armco’s bridge to tomorrow — a multi-million-dollar investment to develop the tools and techniques vital to future growth. The greatest improvement program in Armco history, PROJECT 600 will vastly increase the company’s ability to harvest the bounty of this era of discovery—and thus will offer even greater opportunity and security.
Above all, Project 600 is a vote of confidence in the men and women of Armco, of whom it is said, . . extraordinary accomplishment is a personal ambition.”
ARMCO Armco Steel Corporation
199PEARL FASHION SHOPPE THRIFT DRUG
Am bridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY BALLAY HARDWARE
Am bridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
SMITTY'5 ATLANTIC STATION BARGAIN FURNITURE
Freedom, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
W. T. GRANT COMPANY JAMES RESTAURANT
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
RIVER VIEW HOTEL TIMNEY'S FURNITURE
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
THE KRISTUFEK AGENCY CHARLES MEN S STORE
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
ZENOBIA JURKOWSKI WM. H. WALL'S SONS
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
FLASH CLEANERS HAROLD ROTH
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
SALA'S QUAKER STATE SERVICE C. W. HENRY, D.D.S.
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
MACKINTOSH INSURANCE AGENCY H. P. CARR, D.D.S.
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
GENEVIEVE W. SETTINO, ESQ. SPORTS NEWS
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
COVE TIRE SHOP STANLEY'S FLOWER SHOP
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
ECONOMY RADIO AND T.V. BADEN AUTO PARTS
Baden, Pennsylvania Baden, Pennsylvania
PIC 'N' SAVE SUPER MARKET ORIOL S TAILORS
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
KITTY'S FLOWER SHOP DR. AND MRS. A. A. STEINBERG
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
NORTHERN LIGHTS BARBER SHOP H. B. HALL, D.D.S.
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
BADEN DAIRY EIGHTH STREET DAIRY
Baden, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
LIBERTY LOAN AL S SERVICE STATION
Ambridge, Pennsylvania Ambridge, Pennsylvania
MAPLE RESTAURANT A. Z. NURSERY
Ambridge, Pennsylvania 200 Baden, PennsylvaniaFacility Appendix A
ALMA M. ADAMS: Typewriting I and II; Sophomore Class Advisor
WILMER J. ADAMS: American History
VICTORIA T. ANTONACCI: Seventh Grade English; English I;
Seventh Grade Class Advisor GEORGE H. BARTH: Mechanical Drawing MICHAEL BELEY: Guidance Counselor; Chairman of Guidance Department; Bulletin Board Committee Sponsor; Guidance Aids’ Sponsor ELIZABETH H. BISII: Social Studies; World Cultures KATHLEEN R. BLOSS: English III ROSE BOGOVICH: World Cultures
JOHN D. BUDIMIR: Economics; Student Council; Football;
Lockers: Head of History Department JOHN H. BUKANISH: Bookkeeping I and II JACK V. BURNS: Refresher Mathematics II; Plane and Solid Geometry; Junior Class Advisor BURDELL G. CAMPBELL: Library Science; Chairman of Library Science Department WALTER A. CARTER: German I, II, and III; Fencing Club Sponsor; Bowling Sponsor JOHN E. CHAPALA: Auto Driving; Chairman of Driver's Education Department WALTER V. CHAPALA: Guidance Counselor; Junior Guidance Leaders Sponsor
LEONARD J. CHIAVERINI: Boys’ Health Education; Assistant Football Coach; Building Patrol Sponsor; Bus Patrol Sponsor PHYLLIS J. DARNLEY: English III HARRIET R. DERRY: Chemistry; Senior Class Advisor FRANK W. DESANZO: English IV; Journalism; Yearbook Sponsor; Future Journalists of America Sponsor CHARLES A. DeVENZIO: American History; Head Basketball Coach
EDWARD F. DRAKE: Boys’ Physical Education JOSEPH W. DRUZISKY: Reading; Eighth Grade Class Advisor MARY L. DUFFY: Latin I, II, III, and IV; Chairman of Language Department; Sophomore Class Advisor; Laeti Latini Sponsor
IRMA El BECK: English IV; Themes JOHN G. FALTENOVICH: Biology; Senior Science ESTELLE S. FAIJSOLD: Seventh and Eighth Grade Home Economics; Ninth Grade Class Advisor CONSTANCE M. FIRICH: Seventh and Eighth Grade Home Economics
STEPHEN E. GARAY: World Cultures; Junior High Basketball Coach; Senior High Baseball Coach RAYMOND C. GORDON: Vocational Automotive Mechanics;
Chrysler-Plymouth Trouble-Shooting Contest VIRGINIA D. GRIFFITH: French I and II; Spanish II, III, and IV; Silhouette Sponsor DONALD G. GRUNDY: Art; Historical Society Sponsor; Thespian Plays
JOHN S. GURNEY: Instrumental Music; Junior Band Sponsor;
Assistant Senior Varsity Band Sponsor ANISE M. HABBERFIELD: Economic Geography; Distributive Education; Distributive Education Courses Association Club Sponsor
JOHN R. HERTNF.KY: Vocational Electric Trade: Stage Sound Squad Sponsor; Stage Lighting Squad Sponsor; Audio Visual Aids
LEONARD A. HORSMAN: Biology; Finance Committee Sponsor; Science Club Sponsor; Chairman of the Science Department ANGELUS L. IWANCZYK: Shorthand I
ANTOINETTE K. JOHNSON: Eighth Grade Reading; Pennsylvania History; Civics LOIS M. KERTESZ: Seventh Grade Mathematics; Refresher Mathematics I; Seventh Grade Class Advisor DAVID P. KIELBOWICK: Seventh Grade Science; Senior Science HERMAN J. KOCHANOWSKI: Eighth Grade Science; Biology;
Eighth Grade Class Advisor JOHN M. KOKOSKI: Boys’ Physical Education; Junior High Football; Varsity Volleyball OI.GA M. KOLCIJN: Home Economics I, II. and III; Chairman of Home Economics Department WILLIAM J. KOPCHICK: General Metal Shop; Mechanical Drawing
ROSE KOZAK: Shorthand II; Office Practice; Business Machines; Chairman of Business Education Department; Yearbook Typist Sponsor; Senior Class Advisor RICHARD S. LEBEC: Library Science-Junior High; Golf Coach;
Intramural Sports JOSEPH A. LOMBAR: Pennsylvania History; Civics
ALBERT J. LUKACHEK: Social Studies; Senior High Basketball Intramurals
RUTH H. LUTMAN: Art I, II, III, and IV; Sponsor of Student One Man Art Shows; Junior-Senior Prom Decorations Sponsor; National and Regional Scholastic Art Exhibitions; Poster Contests; Annual High School Art Exhibitions; Chairman of Creative Arts
STANLEY B. MALECKI: Vocational Machine Shop; School Service; Shop Foreman MICHAEL MALINICH. JR.: Vocational Wood Shop; Vocational Director
MARY M. McKEOWN: Typing I WILMER A. MULIK: Business Law; General Business HELEN M. NAWKOCKI: Ninth Grade English; Ninth Grade Class Advisor; Usherettes Sponsor RICHARD R. NEMCHIK: Problems of Democracy; Economics;
World Cultures; Sophomore Class Advisor ELLA H. NICHOLSON: Home Economics I, II, and III THOMAS S. OSSO: Spanish 1 and II; Athletic Director REBECCA PALMER: Girls’ Physical Education; Pep Club Sponsor; Football Program Sales Sponsor; Junior High Girls’ Recreation Sponsor
ROBERT C. PALMER: Chemistry; Advanced Chemistry NAOMI M. PETERS: Home and School Visitor JOSEPH C. PHILLIPS, JR.: Seventh Grade Mathematics; Refresher Mathematics; Boys’ Intramurals ESTHER M. PIANTANIDA: Senior Science; Italian I, II. and III DWIGHT F. PIPER: Plane Geometry; Track and Field Coach;
Cross Country Coach; Junior Class Advisor JOHN H. PIPER: Algebra II; Head of the Mathematics Department
BERNADINE M. PITTS: English II; Public Speaking WALTER J. PRUSICK: Refresher Mathematics I; Evening School Principal
ANDREW RADI, JR.: Typewriting I; Head Varsity Football Coach
MARY ANN REDDY: English II
LAURA J. RICE: Chorus I, 11, and III; Music Appreciation; Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Madrigal Choirs Sponsor; Future Teachers of America Club Sponsor; Mid-Western Festival Sponsor; Regional Chorus Sponsor; State Chorus Sponsor; Honors Chorus Sponsor
KATHRYN A. ROSS: English II; Junior Red Cross Sponsor;
Junior Class Advisor BETTY SEIDEL: Algebra I
ROSE M. SETTINO: Ninth Grade Home Economics ROSEMARY SHENOT: English IV; National Honor Society Sponsor
DORIS E. SHERMAN: General Mathematics: Algebra I; Thespians Sponsor
MERCELLA M. SPAHR: Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Grade Girls’ Health Education; Yale-Princeton Cheerleaders Sponsor; Girls’ Assembly Sponsor; Chairman of Boys’ and Girls’ Health and Physical Education Department NATHANIEL STEINBERG: Physics; Advanced Science; Chess Club Sponsor: Senior Class Advisor JOSEPH J. STRANGES: Social Studies; Stamp Club Sponsor;
Seventh Grade Class Advisor PATRICIA A. STILLWAGON: English I and III; Cheerleading Sponsor
JOANNE M. SUTEJ: English II
THOMAS T. TEDESCO: College Preparatory Mathematics;
Trigonometry; Algebra II EMILEO W. TOLFA: Senior Band; Elementary Instrumental;
Brass Choir; Woodwind Ensemble; Stage Band; Pep Band MYRTLE H. TREMBLEY: English IV; Themes; Chairman of the English Department KATHRYN R. TROLL: Eighth Grade English; Eighth Grade Class Advisor
RUTH I'ROLL: Seventh. Eighth, and Ninth Vocal Music; Junior High Chorus Sponsor; Ninth Grade Class Advisor IRENE J. VEST: Eighth Grade Mathematics: Refresher Mathematics I; Junior High Cheerleaders Sponsor; Football Program Sales Sponsor ALEX M. WHEELER: Senior High Industrial Arts WILLIAM J. WIEGEL: Industrial Arts
JOHN J. WYLLIE: Problems of Democracy; Student United Nations Sponsor; Current Affairs Club Sponsor; Assistant Basketball Coach
IMOGENE E. YOST: Girls' Physical Education; Girls’ Intramural Sports Sponsor; Leaders’ Club Sponsor; Yale-Princeton Sponsor
Abraham, Albert—81, 152 Abraham, Doreen—80, 136 Abraham, Miriam—75, 85, 136 Adams, Alma—38, 201 Adams, Carol—162 Adams, Evelyn—162 Adams, Wilmer—56, 57, 201 ADMINISTRATION—31 Adrian, Mark—162 Afionis, Harry—174 Albrecht, Edward—67, 100, 152 Albright, Lucille—36 Albright. Roger—93, 136 Alexa, Darlene—85 Allego. David—174 Aloi, Marie—162 Aloe, Sammy—62, 162 AL S SERVICE STATION— 200
Alvatter, Linda—174 AItvatter, Lindsey—152 AMBRIDGE LINCOLN-MERCURY—195 AMBRIDGE SAVINGS AND LOAN—198 Ammon, Susan—82, 162 Anders, Donald—124 Andreatta. Christine—136 Anthony, D.—105 Anthony, Patricia—84, 131, 174 Anthony, Susan—162 Antinopoulos, Peter—68, 100, 162
Antonacci, Victoria—40, 201 Applequist, Rodney—136 Aquino, Christine—82, 85, 91, 129
Argenta, Eileen—66, 67, 95, 162 Arnold, Bruce—62, 162 ARNOLD CITIZEN PRINTING—186 Aspiotes, Rena—174 ATTENDANCE AIDS—75 AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS—74 Augustine, Alice—89, 136 A. Z. NURSERY—200
Babich, Joanne—73, 82, 86, 162 Bacion, D.—79 Bacon, Susan—64, 66, 69, 72, 136
BADEN AUTO PARTS—200 BADEN DAIRY—200 BADEN HARDWARE—187 Baiardo, Elaine—152 Bailich, Linda—91, 162 Bajek, lames—68, 73, 122, 152 Bajek, Larry—62, 172 Baker, Dennis—162 Baker, Nancy—162 BALLAY HARDWARE—200 BAND—62, 63 Banks, Robert—78. 152 Baranyk, Bernadette—68, 78 Baranyk, Maria—162 Barbe, Mary Alice—136 Barbc, Phyllis—66, 67, 85, 162 Barcikowski, Karen—81, 85, 90.
95, 152 Barcnick, Shirley—162 BARGAIN FURNITURE—200 Barlow, Charles—128, 135, 136 Barlow. Margaret—136 Barness, John—162 Barnhart, Linda—88, 162 Barnhart, Randolph—162 Baronitis, Mary Ellen 162 Baronitis, Robert—117, 118, 122, 136 Barszcz, Tony—172
Barth, George—52, 201 Bartimac, Ronald—82 Barto, Boyd—152 Bartolo, Joseph—82, 122, 136 BASEBALL—120, 121 BASKETBALL, JUNIOR HIGH—115 BASKETBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY—114 BASKETBALL, VARSITY— 106-113 Batalik. Madeline—81, 152 Batch. Frank—136 BATCHELOR S FURNITURE —187 Bates, David—162 Batimac, Ronald—162 Battaglia, Clarence—152 Battisti. Janet—10, 24, 125 Battisti, Joseph—114 Bauer, Bernard—136 Bauer, Lawrence—152 Bayorek, Joyce—172 BEAVER VALLEY PIANO CENTER 191 Bcchak, Debbie—172 Bedau, Carol—172 Bcdoloto, Frank—162 Bedzyk, Paula—10, 22, 64, 70, 71, 75. 85, 89, 134, 136 Bedzyk, Sharman—64. 65, 87,
129, 136 Bedzyk. Sylvia—125 Beighley, James—75, 136 Beley, Michael—37. 89. 201 Belis, Mark—70, 162
Bclis, Noreen—64, 69. 70, 77, 125, 136 Bclkowsky, Beverly—152 Benamati, Kathy—152 Bendlock, Shirley—32 Benedict, Jacqueline—162 Beneviat, Jean—69, 75. 85. 88,
130, 162, 173 Beneviat, Rosemary—85, 136,
Beneviat, William 62, 63, 82, 136
Benkowski. Georgiana—69. 162 Bennett, Barbara—152 Bennett, Connie—136 Bennis, Theodora—68, 69, 77, 81, 152 Benson, Donald—162 Berry, Edna—172 Besnack, Eleanor—172 Besong, Charles—152 Bcsong. Gary—81. 152 Besong, Terry—162 Bezuk, Robert—105, 115, 172 Bianchi, Laurel—81. 152 Bienkowski, Betti—64, 65, 69, 70, 71, 77, 94. 95. 136 Bienkowski, Fran—131 Bienkowski. Kathleen—75, 89, 152
Bilanich, Bud—94, 152 Billik, Barbara—85 Bilo, Helen—162 Bires, Robert—172 Bish, Elizabeth—56. 201 Black, David—152 Blair, Jack—172 Blair, Tessie—91, 152 Blanarik, Barbara—64, 87, 89, 125, 136 Blanarik. David—70, 152 Blanarik, Leslie—125 Blanchard. Robert—117, 162 Blank, Clair—137 Blasko, John—152 Blazier, John—162 Bloss, Kathleen—40, 201 Blue, Robert—172 Bly, Robert—114, 122, 162, 171 Bober, Nancy—64, 80. 137 Bogovich, Rose—56, 201
Bohatch, William—162 Bohinsky.Nancy—69. 70. 86, 137
Bohinsky, Paula—172 Bojanowski, Christy—88. 162 Bollinger, Debra—162 Bollinger, William—162 Bollman, Edward—137 Bollman, Linda—162 Bologna, Francis—93, 137 Bongioranni, Philip—152 Bordeaux, Kathy—172 Bordeaux, Sharon—152 Botsko, George—120. 121 Boudros, Athens—137 Boudros, Thomas—80 Boudros, William—137 Bourne, Bradley—137 Bourne, Roderick—172 Boustcad. Ronald—77. 84. 152 Bowan, Dennis—74. 78, 152 Bowan, Kenneth—152 Bowan, Monica—62, 172 Bowan. William—78. 152 Bowser, Tim—162 Boyd, James—137 Boyd, Robert—162 Boyt, Joseph—5, 23. 70, 90, 92, 137
Bozigar, James—64, 69, 77, 86, 137
Bradshaw, Monroe—162 Brady. Laurie—172 Brandis, Kevin—152 Branowitzer, Ronald—114, 162 Brendle, Francis—162 Brendlc, June—82. 88. 95, 162 Britton, Charles—162 Brodish, George—44, 76, 137 Broskin. Jack—152 Brown. Cathy—87, 125, 137 Brown, Darlene—162 Brown, Sandra—69, 81, 85, 95, 152
Brownlee. Daniel—100. 162 Broz. Susan—64. 69. 77. 137 Bruich. Charles—48 Brundgc. Montel—112 Bryant. Barbara—162 Brychik, Raymond—58, 137 Brynczak. Michael—172 Bubicn, Elaine—64, 69, 72, 75, 85, 137 Bubien, Gary—162 Bucilli, Donna—152 Buck, Richard—62, 152 Bucka, Cynthia—152 Bucka, Joseph—28, 29 Bucuren, Thomas—152 Budimir, John—56, 57. 64, 100, 201
Budris, William—5, 69, 78, 85, 92, 137 Buffalini. Kenneth—82, 100,
117, 162 Buffalini. R.—105 Buffonc. Bob—120, 121 BUILDING PATROL—77 Bukanish, John H.—38. 39, 201 Bukanish, Nancy—22, 56, 77, 152
BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE—89 Bundy, Judy—88, 162 Burner, Patricia—67, 88, 162 Burns. Jack—50, 201 Burzek, Ronald—172 Butcher, Richard—162, 164 Buterbaugh, Bonnie—152 Butler, Beverly—62 Butrey, Mary Ann—65, 75, 137
Cade, Karen—137 Cain, Paula—152
Campbell, Burdell—49, 201 Campbell, Daniel—72, 74, 137 Campbell, David—152 Campbell, Jon—62, 117, 172 Campbell. Rosemary—152 Campbell, Sandra—69, 75, 84,
Campbell, Thomas- 84, 162 Campbell, Timothy—78, 85,
Cannon. Ralph—152 Cantolina, Barbara—80, 137 Capp, Sandra—64, 75, 94, 137 Caprita, Gayle—82, 91, 162 Caputo, Richard—152 Caratelii, Donna—152 Carey, Andrea—152 Carifo. Rose—137 Carlisle, Janice—152 Carlisle, Joyce—137 Carlisle, Robert—172 Carmack, Susan—172 Carpenter, Anabel—162 Carpenter, Donald—153 Carpenter. Linda—162 CARR, H. P., D.D.S.—200 Carrera, Sandra—88, 91. 162 Carrodus, JoAnnc—66, 72, 137 Carter, Walter—35. 46, 47, 67, 126, 201 Case, Christine—82, 91. 162 Catanzaritc, Caryn—162 Caul, Philip—100, 117, 153 Ceasar, David—172 Ceglarsky, Janet—62. 153 CENTRAL RADIO AND T.V. —195
Cepris. Sharon—64, 80, 86, 137 Cello, Linda—82, 85, 87, 129, 130, 137 Chalupiak, Gary—93 Chalupiak, Joesph—138 Chambers, Wendell—153 Chapala, John E.—37, 48, 105, 116, 117, 118, 201 Chapala, Joyce—94, 138 Chapala. Walter—201 CHARLES MEN S STORE— 200
Chaykowsky, Daniel—153 CHEERLEADERS—130, 131 Chehovits, Diane—153 Chckanowsky, William—45,
Chelack, Stephen 172 Chcrvenka, Kathy—75, 138 Cherwick, Tim—82, 163 CHERYLS MEMORY SHOP — 187 CHESS CLUB—78 Chester, Kenneth—153 Chiaverini, Leonard—36, 44, 45, 77. 100, 104, 105. 201 Choma, Kay—35 Choroszewski, Vicki—56, 89, 138
Christner. David—100, 163 Christner, Julie Kay—163 Christopher, Lawrence—138 Christopher, Patricia—163 Chupka, Michael—172 Ciamelle, Arlen—172 Ciccone, Lawrence—138 Cichoski, G.—105 Cichoski, Janice—163 Cichoski, L.—105 Ciechanowski, Patricia—66, 72, 138
Cilarno, D.—105 Cipriani, Robert—153 Cirignano, Antoinette—82, 85, 138
Cirka, Rebecca—163 Clay, Paul—163 Clawson, William—163 Clifford, Roger—153 Cobb, Jerry—100, 163Index
Cobb, Peter—100, 153 Cobert, Cindy—54, 82, 163 Coccaro, Albert—172 Cokrlic, Marie—75, 87, 153 Cokrlic, Peter—100, 163 Coley, Barry—95, 163 Coley, James—163 COMMERCIAL—39 Condit, Kenneth—163 Conforto, Constance—163 Connolly, John—138 Conover, Kim 78, 163 Contray, Randolph—163 Conway. Ed—22 Costanza, Charles—107, 174 Costanza, Patricia—163 Cougan, Joe—68 COVE TIRE SHOP—200 Cox, Floyd—162 C R COIN-OP-CLEANERS LAUNDRY—189 Cribbs, Daniel—153 Crispen, Darlene—95, 172 CROSS COUNTRY—122 Cross, Edward—153 Cross, Robert—66, 70, 72, 80, 138
Crowe, Cliff—100, 138 Crowe, Terry—172 Cruce, Jeffrey—163 Csomay, Joseph—172 Cunnard, Daniel—100, 116,
117, 163 Cunnard, Kathleen—64, 69, 77, 138
Cunningham, Barry—54, 163 CURRICULUM—34 Cyback, Thomas—163 Cybak, Allan—22, 37, 43, 64, 70, 80. 91. 100, 101, 138 Cybak, Janice—172 Cymbalak, Janice—163 Czarnecki, James—153
Dahma, Georgann—131 Dahma. Sylvia—172 Dambaugh, Leland—163 D’Ambrosio, Rosemarie—82,
88. 163 Danko, Gary—138 Danyluk, Darius—163 Darnley. Phyllis J.—40, 201 Darno, Dave—163 Darno, Paul—85, 95, 138 David, Jacqueline—80, 95, 136.
DAVIDS LOUNGE—189 Davis. Dennis—153 Davis, Gilbert—163 DcBernardi, Sam—153 Deep. James—107, 115, 172 Deep, Mary Lou—95 Delaney, Karen—91, 138 DeLauter, Bridget—82. 88, 163 DeLuca, Angelinc—5, 41, 90,
92, 95. 138 DcMaccio, Vincent—172 DeMacio, Michael—62, 163 DcMacio, Thomas—82, 109,
111, 112, 120, 121, 138 DeMarco, Laurie—21, 64, 66,
80, 85. 125, 129, 136, 138 DeMay, Barbara—153 DeMay, R.—79 Demchak, David—153 Demchak, Mary Ann—153 Dempsey, Thomas—70, 80, 81,
DeNardo, Laura—79 Dengcl, Bette—67. 75. 88. 163 Dengel, Edward—67, 78, 163 Dcnisuik, Walter—172 Dennerlein, James—122, 163 DcNohle, Gerry—72, 138 DePace, Deborah—67, 153 DcPasquale, Phillip—44, 111,
112, 138, 130
Derry, Harriet—54, 144, 201 Desanzo, Frank—5, 40, 90, 201 DeSimone, Hector—163 DeSimone, Wanda—8, 84, 85,
87,95. 130, 131, 138, 177 Despines, Alan—76, 77, 126,
Dcutsch, Margaret—82, 163 Deutsch, Marilyn 153 DcVenzio, Charles—21, 56, 106,
109, 111, 112, 201 DeVcnzio, Richard—7, 8, 107,
109, 111, 112, 130, 138 DeVinccnt, Janet—71, 138 Dewar, Beverly—163 Dicken, Tom—163 DICK HUNT FORD—186 DiDomcnico, Nick—76, 155 DiMattia, C.—130 DiNinno, Joyce—163 DiNinno, Robert—100, 153 DiNunno, Carolyn—153 DiPaolo, Anthony—153 Dishauzi, Joseph—153 Dishong, Daniel—153 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION—93 DiVito, Domenic—100. 138 Dmuchowski, Helen—35 Dobrin, Linda—5, 64, 68, 71,
72. 85. 86, 89, 92, 139 Domenick, Nick—163 Donaldson, Wayne—163 Double, Genevieve—20, 66, 68,
72. 80. 82. 85, 139 Douglas, Eric—163 Doyle, Edward—139 Doyle. Pat—163 Doyle, Tom—100, 153 Drake, Edward 44, 201 Drake, Monica—24, 70, 153 Drewnowski, Michael—153 Drexler, Loretta—153 DRIVERS EDUCATION—48 Drotar. Daniel—95, 163 Droz, William—84. 85, 139 Druzisky, David—81, 84, 153 Druzisky, Joseph W.—40, 201 Duffy. Mary L.—47, 68, 201 Duke, Ethel—153 Duke. Shirley—163 Dunn, Kathy—82, 139 Dunn, J.—105 Dunn. Larry—117, 122, 163 Dunn, Nancy—153 Dunn. Terri—153 Durham, Vivienna—153 Durrett. Ken—112, 113 Dzeryn. Ruby—163 Dziack. Marie—153 Dzikowski. Raymond—153 Dzubak, Mary—64. 68, 82. 85.
Eberst, Nancy—93. 139 Eckert, Dalbert—139 ECONOMY BANK—191 ECONOMY FURNITURE-189
ECONOMY RADIO AND T.V.—200 Edmondson. John—100, 116.
117, 164 Edmunds, Royann—82. 139 Egidi. Roberta—64, 69, 70, 77, 82, 85, 125, 139 Egidi, Sandra—38 Eibcck. Irma—40. 135, 201 EIGHTH STREET DAIRY-200
Elchin, John—164 Elliott. L.—79 Elliott. Dr. Roland —28 Endrott. Joseph—74, 139 ENELOW SHOES—193 ENGLISH—41 Epply. Dan—124 Espey, David—164 Esseck, Elsie—77. 84. 87, 91, 99, 153, 157
Essek, Frank—153 Essek, Joan—88, 164 Evanko, Donna—64, 139 Evanko, Joy—71, 80. 87, 139 Evans, Paul—42 Evans. Susan—62, 88, 164 EVELYN’S—188
Fager, Russell—77, 117, 139 Faieta, A.—130 FAIR OAKS LANES—186 Falloretta, Anthony—154 Faltcnovich, John—54, 201 Faltenovich, Lee Harry—164 Faltenovich, William—116,
117, 164 Farkasovsky, Caludia—13, 81, 95, 125, 154 Farkasovsky, Martha- 64, 69, 87, 89, 125, 139 Farkasovsky, Stephen—55, 82, 99, 117, 118, 119, 139 Farmer, Kevin—154 Fasciano, Donna—154 Fausold, Estelle—52, 201 Fauth, Linda—88, 164 Fecik, Daren—164 Fecik. Karen—68, 88, 75 Feduska, Melanie—64, 65. 69, 134, 139 Feduska, William—139 Fegan, Charles—154 Fegan, James—124. 154 Feick. Muriel—172 Felix, Colleen—87, 125, 154 FENCING CLUB—67 Fernandez, Raymond—154, 160 Fcssler, Gregory—164 Fetchak. Kathie—139 FINANCE COMMITTEE—71 FINE ARTS—42 Fink, William—88, 139 Fioravanti, Maria—81, 85, 95, 154
Fioravanti. Ronald—1II. 120.
121, 139 Firich. Barbara—8, 36. 40, 64, 65, 69, 77, 87.91,94,139 Firich, Constance—51. 201 Firich. Frank—35 Firich, John—164 Firkaly, Charles—81, 154 Firkaly. Michael—69, 140 Firkaly, Nancy—88, 164 Fischl, Kenneth—5, 65, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 77, 78. 92,
94. 95. 140 Fishel, Ronald—140 Fisher, Barbara -38. 154 Fisher, Carol—140 Fisher, Darlene—125, 154 Fisher. Gary—164 Fitch. Kathy—18. 71, 82, 87, 125, 140 Filtante, Jean—64, 85, 87, 89, 125, 140 Fittante. Rosemary—131 FITZGERALD AND SYKA FUNERAL HOME-188
Fitzgerald. Barry—154 Fitzgerald. Bonnie—164 Fitzgerald, Jerome—62, 67, 172 Flanigan. Timothy—82, 140 FLASH CLEANERS—200 Fleming. Peggy—81, 154 Florcik, Stanley—140 Floro. Arthur—164 Flowers. Judy—172 FOOTBALL, JUNIOR HIGH — 105
FOOTBALL, JUNIOR VARSITY—104 FOOTBALL, VARSITY—98, 103
Ford, Edward—154 Ford. Frank—164 Ford. J.—105 Forest. Nancy—154 Forney. Richard—140
Foundos, Cathy—174 Foundos, Nikki—174 Francone, John—174 Frank, Louis—84, 100, 117, 118, 164 Frank, Michael—62, 63, 154 Frankewicz, J.—120 Frederick, Carol—164 Frederick. Catherine—82, 154 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS—174 FRESHMEN—174, 176 Friel, Carole—80. 140 Friel, Dorothy—85, 164 Friel. John—67, 154 Friel, Richard 117.164 Friel, Rosemary—67, 70, 80, 140
Frynkewicz, Daniel- 175 Frynkewicz, Dennis—74, 154 Frynkewicz, Ronald 175 Fuegi, Robert—82, 117, 164 Fuller. Fred—117. 122, 154 Furr, Roger—80. 120, 140 FUTURE JOURNALISTS OF AMERICA—92 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA—64
Gadomski, Kathleen—154 Gadoniski. Robert 154 Gaguzis, Margaret—154 Gaguzis. William—164 Gall, Rita—164 Gallik, Albert—164 Gallik, Joseph—56, 140 Galvan, Lucinda—175 Galvan. Peter—164 Galvan, Philip—164 Galvin. Louis 160 Gaona, Cathy—140 Gaona, Deborah—68. 84, 88, 164, 173 Garay. Stephen E.—56. Ill, 115. 120, 121, 201 Garbinsky, Donald—76, 95, 164
Garbinsky, Jerome—154 Garbinsky. Ronald—164 Garlick. Elizabeth—22, 23, 80, HI. 154
Gasowski. Chester—64, 65. 69, 73. 76, 84, 134. 140 Gasowski. Vickie—79 Gault, Robert—164 Gaza, Leonard—154 Gazda. David—154 Gazda, Rohert—154 Ga da, Ronald 164 G. C. MURPHY COMPANY —200
Gcbct, Cathy—64, 68, 69, 71, 72. 75. 85. 86. 140 Gebet, Patricia—85, 140 Gebct, Russell—175 Gentille, William—164 Georgick, John—140 Giammaria, Cynthia—62, 175 Giammuria, Mury Jo—175 Giampolo. Annette—32 Giampolo. Donna—125 Gideon. Lucinda—64. 76, 82, 85. 87. 91, 129, 140 Giles, Donald—164 Giles. Robert—40, 64, 70. 140 Gill, Jerome—114, 117, 164 Girard. Gerald—140 Girard. Geraldine—140 Glass. Joseph—154 Gliptis, Dale—154 Gliptis, Mark—175 Gnarra. Nick—141 Goda, Mary Ellen—68, 164 GOLF— 123 Gombeski, Lea—175 Gordon, Raymond C.—58, 59, 201
Goubeaud, Joyce—154 Goubcaud, Nancy—164 Goyette, Geraldine—140Gozur, Barbara—85, 141 Grandovic, Leopold—164 Grcga. Mark—115 Grcgorck. Ralph—76, 127, 129, 141
Grey, Larry—175 Grguric, Steve—141 Grguric, Ronald—154 Griffith. Virginia—47. 94, 201 Grillo. Elizabeth—141 Gross, Donna—85. 141 Gross. Kenneth—67, 78, 164 Grubbs. Richard—16, 47. 62, 63. 69. 77. 78, 154 Grundy. Donald G.—23, 42,
43. 69, 70, 201 Grundza. Debbie—68, 164 Grzegorek, Geraldine—154 Guerrieri. William—164 GUIDANCE HELPERS—37, 89
Guido, James—156, 158 Guidos, John—84. 164 Gulish, John—154 Gulish. John—154 Gulish. Robert—164 Gurney. John—43. 62, 201 Gutch. Charles—154 Gutch, Shirley—76. 154 GYM-AIDS—88 GYM-HYGIENE—45
Habbcrfield. Anise—52, 57, 201 Hajcher, J.—100 Hale, Jacqueline—164 Hale, Nancy 141 Hall. H. B.. D.D.S.—200 Hall, Janice—175 HALL MONITORS—76 Hall. Paula—67 Hall. Sharon—56, 164 Hall, Sheryl—81, 154 Halladay. Ruth—141 Haluga, Michael—164 Hamilton. Diane—82. 164 Hamilton. Donna—82, 164 Hamilton. Ronald—100, 141 Hamilton. William—20, 80, 82, 85. 141
Hammond. Joyce—62, 91, 165 Hannah. Linda—141 Ilanzcvack, Richard—46, 70, 77. 94, 95, 141 Hanzevack. Russell—165 Harbaugh. David—165 Harbison, Patricia—175 Hare. Gary—165 Hare, Marilyn—71. 82. 85, 141 Harmon. Kathleen—154 Harris. David—67. 84, 114,
122, 164. 165 Harris. Dr. W. A.—28, 29, 32 Haskins. Sandra—75. 81, 154 Haspel, Nadine—154 Hasson, Mary Jean—46, 175 Hasson. Vincent—165 Hasson, Virginia—64, 91, 141 Hawn, Randall—84, 99. 100, 114. 117, 165, 171 Hawronsky, Eunice—165 Hayes, Patricia—56. 62, 165 Hayes. Roger—67. 81, 154 Haynie. Evelyn—141 Haynic. Sheila—81. 154 Hazinski. David—165 Headland. Ralph—122, 141 Hearns, David—62, 175 Healer. Karen—175 Heater. Richard—155 Heater, Wade—165 Heckman, Darlene—165 Heitzenrater, Douglas—155 Heitzenrater, Richard—155 Heitzenrater, Ronald—165 Helsing, Candice—85, 141 Helsing, Thomas—82, 165 Hendrickson. David—67, 141 Henke, James—155 Henry. C. W., D.D.S.—200
HENRY'S AMERICAN STATION—198 Hcrbuth, Dennis—141 Herrmann. Joseph—20. 80. 8?
Hcrtneky, John 58, 59, 74,
Hilliard, Georgia—81. 155 Hinkle, Georgcna—67 HISTORICAL SOCIETY—69 HISTORY—57 Hittie, Betty—125 Hladio, Catherine—155 Hlista, Joseph—31, 62, 105,
117, 175 Hlista. Joseph—7, 67 Hlozek. Debbie—75, 91, 141 Hlozck. Edward—117, 118. 165 Hoffman, David—155 Hoffman, Diana—165 Hoffman. Sharon—62. 165 Hoko. Deborah—81, 91. 155 Homick, John—62, 141, 165 Homjak, Linda—73, 165 Homnack. Lorraine—165 Homnack, Peter—28, 29 Hootcn, Walter—165 Hopson. David—117, 155 Hopta. Cheryl—93, 141 Horlick, Barry—91. 155 Horniak. Robert—165 Horsman. Leonard A.—54, 55.
71,73, 201 Hosek, Karen—141 Hough, Robert—67, 141 Horanec, Michael—165 Howard, William—62, 63, 64 67, 73. 77. 78, 141 Howze. Julia—165 Hricik, Raymond—67, 165 Hritsik. Beth 18.104.22.168, 157
Hronas, James—76. 142 Hronas, John—155 Hronas, Steve—165 Hrusko, Susan—80. 142 Hrycyk, Eugene—62. 63, 165 Huchel, Alan—105, 175 Hudak. David—155 Huff. Vicki—165 Hughes, Frederick—165 Hughes, L.—105 Hughes. Otto—100, 165 Humphreys. Kenneth—142 Huppenthal, Carolyn—142 Hurley, Deborah—175 Husar, Rosemary—155 Husar, Joanne—72, 85, 142,
Huwar. Bryan—12, 100, 142 Huwar. Richard—105, 115. 175 Hyre. John—142 Hyre. Michael—155
Ilcyn, John—165 Imhoff, Mary Ann—81, 155 INTRAMURAL SPORTS— 126-129 Iocca, Alvin—155 lorfido, Linda—125 Iorfido. Richard—99, 100, 102 103, 112, 114, 120, 165’ Ivanchan. Kevin—175 Ivancik, Cynthia—155 Iwanczyk, Angelus—38. 39. 201
Jahoda, James—165 Jahoda, Kathleen—175 Jahoda, Stephen—120, 155 Jakubik, Franklin—66, 155 Jakubowski. Carolyn—82, 163, 165
JAMES RESTAURANT—200 Janicki, Donna—142 Janicki. J.—120 Janicki, Janet—155
Janicki. William—81, 84, 111,
114, 155 Janosik, James—81, 155 Janosik. Paul—155 Jarostowski, Janet—95. 155 Jarzynka. Kathleen—155 Jasinski, J.—105 Jerman, Philip—63, 165 Jesky, Anna Marie—5. 67, 69,
77. 85, 89, 91, 92, 142 Jezewski, Kenneth—155 John S. Dunn—194 Johnson, Antoinette—40, 57,
Johnson, Craig—165 Johnston. Susan—91. 165, 171 Jones, Douglas—175 Jones, Paul—100 Jones, William—105, 175 Josapak, Michael—165 Joseph, Carol—64, 80, 84, 95, 142
Joseph. Georgette—165 Joyner. Dorothy—165 Jula, Cynthia—175 Jula. Mary Ann—52, 62, 142 Jula, John—165
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS— l S3
JUNIOR CLASS CHEERLEADERS—131 JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS-80, 83
JUNIOR MADRIGAL—81 JUNIOR RED CROSS—66 JUNIORS—152-161 Jurcak. Shirley—81, 155, 177 Jurkowski, Cyril—81, 155 Jurkowski. Paul—5, 10. 70. 85, 142
Kachur. Darcee—165 Kachur, Diane—32, 34 Kachur. Joselyn—165 Kachur, Kenneth—73, 85, 128.
Kachur, Mark—107, 175 Kaczmarek. Sandy—155 Kamicker. Kenneth—165 Kamzelski, David—174 Kamzelski, Paul—100, 111,
114, 165 Kanakis. G.—105 Kapron. Richard—78. 155 Karakitsos. George—62, 63.
Karas, Linda—77, 155 Karolak, Geraldine—40, 64. 71, 80, 142 Karolak, Joanne—175 Karolak. Theresa—175 Karr, Kenneth—165 Kasarda. Ellen—64, 65, 69, 77, 84, 87, 142 Kascek, Yvonne Maria—175 Kasnic, Donald—155 Kasper, Darlene—64, 66, 70,
72, 82. 85. 89, 95. 142 Kasper, Diane—175 Kasper. Karen—155 Kasper. Ronald—77, 116, 117, 155
Kasper, Walter—28, 30 Kassell. John—93, 142 Kassel 1. Michelle—155 KATCHER'S FURNITURE-194
Katrinccz, Sue—35 Katterson, Terri—165 Kaufman. Frank—76, 80. 106, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 142 Keba. Linda—155 Kedzierski, Guy—82, 85, 142 Keith, John—165 Keith, Mary—52, 165 Kelleher, Edward—165 Keller. Debbie—175 Kelley, Sheilah—89, 155 Kelley, Charles—155
Kemp. Carol—73, 79, 82, 165 Kendra, Albert—74, 142 Kephart, Richard—165 Kerr, Don—12 Kertesz, John—165 Kcrtesz. Lois—50, 201 Kielbowick. David—54, 201 Kilzer, Nicholas—165 King. Edward—165 Kingas, Elaine— 5, 8, 10, 64,
65. 69. 77. 84. 87. 92,
129, 139, 142 Kingas, Robert—175 Kingcrski, Peter—64. 80, 127,
Kirby, Geraldine—62, 165 Kirby, Gloria—62 KITTY’S FLOWER SHOP—
Kitzmiller. Monica—142 Kitzmiller, Patricia—88, 165 Klcemook, Cheryl—165 Klein, Dolly—155 Klesser, Nancy—165 Kline, Stephen—82, 142 Klingensmith, Crystal—85, 156,
Klinsky. Alex—120, 156, 158 Klodowski, David—80, 142 Knafelc, Kathy—125 Knafelc, Marty—105, 115 Knopick. Anita—67 Knopick, Ronnie—67 Knopick. Veronica—165 Kochanowski, Herman—54,
Kochcrzat, Alex—82, 85, 142 Kochcrzat, Steven—84, 86. 165 Kokoski, Harriet—64, 66, 68,
69, 94, 95, 142 Kokoski. John M.—44, 105,
126, 201 Kokoski, Tim—124 Kolcun, Olga—52, 53, 201 Koloski, Carol—156 Koman, Robert—156 Komlos. George—81, 156 Konitsncy, David—117, 156 Konitsncv, Ronald—166 Konkus, Carol—68, 69, 87, 89,
Koodrich, Robert—13, 82, 123,
Kopac. Joseph—166 Kopac, Kathryn—175 Kopas. Philip—175 Kopchick, Diane—88, 166 Kopchick. William J.—201 Kopczak. Peggy—30. 31. 32 Korash, Ray—175 Kordas. James—93, 143 Korol, Casimir—51 Korol, Mary—85, 86. 166 Korol, Szcz.epan—166 Korol, Tony—122, 135, 143 Kosarych, Patricia—82, 143 Kosler, Diane—175 Kossler, Margaret—166 Koty, Stephen—156 Kotys, Aaron—82, 143 Kotys, Laurence—111, 114,
120, 156 Kouvolo. Robert—20, 70, 84,
98. 99. 100, 101, 102,
116, 117, 118, 143 Kouvolo. William—117, 118 Kovolcnko. George—156 Kowal, Lorraine—88, 166 Kowalczyk. David—143 Kowalcyk, Sally—82, 143 Kowalski, David—166 Kowalski. Gloria—143 Kowalski. Pauline—166 Kozak, Rose—38. 144, 201 Koz.lowski, Adrienne—81, 85, 156
Krachala, Nancy—143 Krajack, Norinc—87, 153, 155 Krasinski, Dennis—166 Krasinski, Rita—64, 69, 143Index
KRAUSS JEWELERS 190 Kresicki, Anthony—143 Kresicki, Cathy—166 Kriger, Louis—156 THE KRISTUFEK AGENCY —200
Kristufek, Althea—82, 91, 166 Krizan, James—84, 156 Krizan, John—143 Krizan. Lorraine—88. 166 Krofchick. Mary Lou—84, 91. 175
Krokonko, Pat—79 Krokonko, Richard—166 Krol, Janet—81, 84, 156 Kronstain, Carol—82, 88, 166 Kronstain, Kathy—75, 85, 86, 143
Kronstain. Thomas—67, 82,
Kruest, Charles—81, 156 Krupa, Frank—156 Krupski, Betty—85, 87, 143 Kryston. Joyce—81, 86, 156 Kubek, Thomas—175 Kubia, Marilyn—175 Kubicki, Carole—30. 32, 33 Kubicki. Gloria—166 Kubicki, Rose Ann—143 Kubicki. Theodore—51, 73, 78, 86, 156
Kubit. Dennis—120. 127. 143 Kucharski, Walter—70, 86, 156 Kuczynsky, Orest—175 Kuhel, Mary—28. 29 Kulesza. Helen—78. 175 Kulik. Michael—143 Kulish, Kathleen—67, 69, 156 Kundrat. Carol—88. 166 Kunich, Lewis—166 Kunka, Carol—69, 156 Kuppinger, Earl—156 Kurash, George—166 Kurash, Raymond—175 Kuzma. Anna Marie—66, 69, 70. 71. 72. 89. 143 Kuzma, Nancy—47. 71, 166 Kuzma. Richard—74. 143 Kyrargyros, Andrew—166
Lacher. Richard—156 Lambert, Cathy—80, 85. 94, 143
Lambert. Dixie—143 Lambert. Marjorie—49. 166 Lambert. Ronald—166 Lamp. Jim—166 Lane, William—166 Langer, Nancy—166 LANGUAGES—46 Larrick. Donald—175 Larrick. Jackie—175 Larrick, John—175 Larson. Lawrence—144 Lashiw, Nancy—82, 166 LATIN CLUB—68 Latshaw, Lloyd—175 Lauf, James—116, 117, 143 Lazoration, William—84. 91, 114, 166 Lazzaretti. Dennis—81. 156 Leach. Janet—82, 166 LEADER S CLUB—87 Lebda. John—55, 166 Lebda. Mary Alice—166 Lebec, Richard—49, 123. 126. 201
LeCerf, Deborah—82. 166 Lech, Edward—166 Lee, Joyce—166 Leech. Karen—156 Lehn. Alan—175 Lchocky, J.—130 Lelak, Michael—128, 144 Lesack. Thomas—166 Leschinc. David—117. 122. 156 Lesh, John—62, 144
Lester, Nancy—81, 87, 91. 156 Levkulich. Margaret—66, 68, 82. 144 Lewicki. Michael—114, 166 LIBERTY LOAN—200 LIBRARY—49 Lillcy, Zclla—93, 144 Lindauerc, Patricia—76, 85,
Lindley, Herbert—35 Lindsey, Allan- 62, 79, 175 Lint, Linda—166 Lint, Shclda—67. 156 Lipinski, Larry—175 Lipscomb, Ronald—117, 166 Lise, Bonita—62. 175 Lise, Charlotte—62. 175 Litzinger, David—166 Lively, Jack—120 Loaskie, Edward—175 LOCAL UNION 1268—196 LOCAL UNION 1270—196 Lockawich. Douglas—78. 156 Locke, Nancy—81, 87, 125. 156 Locke, Richard—74, 84, 105, 175
Locdding, Jane—5. 72. 85. 92. 144
Loedding, Joseph—122, 166 Loedding, Paul—118. 122, 144 I.oedding, Thomas—115, 175 Loedding, William—117, 122, 144
Lombar, Joseph—57, 201 L S RAMBLER DEALERS— 198
Lubic, Charles—93 Lubic, Richard—166, 171 Lubic, Steve—93, 144 Lucas, A.—105 Lucas. James—166 Lucas. Nick—144 Lucic. Joseph—100, 166 Lucyk, Cheryl—68. 166 Lukachek, Albert—57, 201 Lusty, James—166 Lusty. John—156 Lutman, Ruth—43, 201 Luzzi. Sandy—144 Lynam, Evelyn—71, 88. 166 Lysick, Gene—62. 175
Made, Robert—166 MACKINTOSH INSURANCE AGENCY—200 Macurak. Elizabeth—156 Macurak, John—156 Macurak. Stephen—81. 156 Maddcy. Dennis—144 Maddey. Mary—167 Maher. Joseph—67, 100, 117 Mahnick, Richard—167 Mahnick. Robert—156 Maier. Katherine—167 Majcher, John—167 Majer. John—63. 86. 144 Majetic. Dorothy—156 Makowski, Barbara—72 82 85, 94. 144 Makowski. Janet—175 Malecki. Stanley B.—58. 59 201
Maletic, Joseph—82, 144 Malinich, Michael—59, 201 Malinowski. Teresa—167 Mamay. David—144 Mann, Donald—167 Manousakis. Maria—5, 64 66 70.72,89.91,144 MAPLE RESTAURANT—200 Marando. Anthony—74, 144 Maravich. Nick—175 Maravich. Karen—85. 88, 167 Marenovich. Matthew—167 Markel, Bonnie—167 Markel. Donald—62, 63. 156 Marks, Mary—64, 67, 85, 89, 144, 160 Markvan, Cathy—88. 167 Mark van. Jerry—49. 144
Marlinga, Rebecca—91, 176 Marotti. Paulette—66, 167 Marr, Lewis—156 Marshall, Patricia—167 Marti, Thomas—144 Martin. Anise—93 Martin. Geraldine—176 Maruskin. Dorothy—156 Marustak, Sharon—145 Mason, Robert—157 Mastrean, Larry—1II, 114.
124. 157 Matakovich, Raymond 167 Matejka, Marcia—8, 85, 145 Matejka. Mary Elizabeth 88, 167
MATHEMATICS—51 Matika, Mark—84. 100, 114, 167, 171 Matika, Michael—115 Mattern, Kenneth—55, 167 Mattiga, Gussie—100 Mattie. Daniel—157 Mattuch. M. M.—34 Matuscak. Randolph—52. 69.
73, 76, 77, 100, 145 Matzzie, Rosemary—64, 66. 69. 72, 75, 76, 77, 82, 85,
87. 145 Maugle, D.—117 Mauk. Jack—57. 145 Mawhinney. Leota—81, 157 Mazabob, Gregory—167 McBride. Karen—167 McBroom, Rebecca—176 McBroom. Terry—85, 145 McCallister. Roger—145 McClain, Donna—81, 157 McClain, Frank—167 McClain, Gregory—167 McClellan. Ralph—157 McClure, James—100, 167 McCollim, Joann—82, 167 McCrory. J.—115 McCulloch. David—67, 70, 81, 157
McCullough. Lonnie—167 McDanel, Sandra—67, 84. 157 McDonaugh. Francis—167 McDowell, T.—62 McFarland. Betty—157 McFarland, Helen—82. 157 McGeorge, David—68, 81. 95, 100, 157 McGeorge. James—68. 122.
130, 134. 145 McGeorge, M.—62 McKenney, Arlene—89, 157 McKeny, Luannc—131 McKenzie, Franklin—167 McKenzie, Michael—105, 176 McKeown. Mary Margaret—
McLellan, Noreen—62, 68. 88 167
McPhilomy, John—176 McTighe, Lynn—125 McTighe. George—167 Measel. Lawrence—145 Meckling. Heather—167 Meerdo. Margaret—81. 157 Mehno. Linda—5, 8, 9, 64, 65, 69, 76, 84. 92. 95. 145 Mellon. Lynn—67, 79, 157 Mellott, Howard—167 Merante, Darlene—62, 174. 176 Mcrante. Robert—73. 81, 86,
Mcrante, William—105, 176 Mercadante, James—145 Mcrriman. Kathleen—62, 167 Meshanko. Joseph—53, 145 Metelsky, Jack—176 Michael, Charles—176 Michaels. David—157 Michalski, James—145 Midzianowsky, Peter—176 Mihalic, Margaret—129, 145 Mihalic, Joseph—53, 157 Mihalsky, Rita—81, 157 MIKUSH APPLIANCE SERVICE—190 Miller. Bonnie—167
Miller, Cathlecn—145 Miller. Christine—167 Miller. Judith 167 Miller, Rhonda—81, 85, 130, 153, 157 Miller. Robert—105. 176 Miller. Ronald—157 Miller, Terry 53, 93 Miller. Wayne—48, 157 Miller. William—145 Miloszcwski, Steve—45 Milnick. Andrew—167 Miskulin. Paula—5, 70. 85. 91 92, 145 Mistovich. Nicholas—167 Mitchell, Lindu—81. 157 Mitchell, Susan—176 Mitro, Robert—167 Mittiga. Cuissic—120, 167 Mittiga, Mickey 167 Modic. Gene—118 Modrack, Margaret- -157 Modrovich. Jeffrey—167 Modrovich. Tom—81, 157 Moir. Robert—157 Molchen, Katherine 32 Molchen. William—69, 77, 86. 157
Montagna. Donna—176 Montellanico, Tony—157 Monzi, Robert—81, 157 Moore. I. 105 Moore, Patricia—176 Moore. Richard—167 Morelli, Fred—74. 115, 176 Morgart, Richard 85. 122, 145 Morini. Frank—145 Morini, George—157 Morr. L.—81 Morriscttc, M.—105, 115 Morrison. Robert—157 Morski, Joyce—45, 167 Mosura, Marlene—72. 85, 145 Moslen, Andrea—176 Moslen, Maureen—167 Mourdian, Lucy—167 Mozes, Donna—89, 157 Mozes, Michael—105, 174, 176 Mrazovich. Margie—62. 91.
Muha. Andrew—167 Mulik. Wilmer—39. 201 Muller. Debra—145 Murgen, Mark—167 Murowski, Frances—80, 91.
Murphy. Elzannu—64, 66. 69, 70. 72. 145 Mushinski. Raymond—84. 100 117, I IK. 167 MiLsolin. C.—130 Mutschler, Richard—145 Mutxchler. Robert—130, 135. 145
Mutterspaugh. Christine—176 Mutterspaugh. Ruth—176 Muzyka. Louise 10.13,64 72 76. 85. 87, 125, 129, 145’ Mvers. Carol- 1 57 MY IINGER COMPANY-190
Nagy, Karen—90. 157 Napolean. Frank—157 Nardo. J.—130 Narkevic, Michaleen—84, 167 Narkevich, Debbie—176 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 65 NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY—70 Nauglc. Dennis—167 Navalance. Barbara -157 Nuvalancc. Richard—46, 84, 157
Nawrocki, Diane—67, 157 Nawrocki. Helen M.—40. 201 Negrey. Charles—157 Negrey, Kathy—157 Nelko. Michael—176Nelko, Stephen—62, 63, 68, 157 Nemchik, Richard—57, 201 Nemchik. Robert—117, 157 Nenadovich, Gary—62, 63, 176 Nenadovich, Patricia—167 Nestor. Jerry—65, 80. 84. 120, 134, 146 Niaros, Aphrodite—167 Nicastro, Tony—5, 38, 70. 90, 92, 146, 147 Nichols. Joan—167 Nichols, Lucy—45, 71, 167 Nicholson, Ella H.—53. 201 Nicopoulos, George—67, 78,
Nicopoulos, Patricia—71, 76, 146
Niklcwicz, David—91. 167 Nimmons, Cheryl—167 Nixon. Angelo—62, 176 Niznik. Dean—167 NORTHERN LIGHTS BAR BER SHOP—200 Notarianni, James—176 Novak. Natalie—34 NURSES—36
Ochman, Kenneth—157 Ochman, Leonard—95, 176 Ochman, Rosemarie—67, 90, 167
OFFICE PERSONNEL—33 OHIO VALLEY LUMBER-194
Ogrizek, John—167 Ogrizek. Steve—10, 24 Olzinger. John—157 Ondovcsik, J.—95 O’Palka, Paul—74, 146 O’Palka, Robert—62, 63, 176 Ordons, Michael—167 ORIOL'S TAILORS—200 Orsag, John—168 Orsag, Robert—157 Osso, Thomas S.—21, 46, 47, 201
Ostrowski, Walter—13, 80, 111, 112, 120, 130, 146 Othralik, Marsha—170
Paar, Deborah—88, 168 Padavich, John—157 Palaio, Frank—73, 81. 86, 91 Palcos, Mary -88, 168 Palladini, Vince—120, 146 Palmer, Gregory—168 Palmer, Joe 157 Palmer, Rebecca—44, 85, 88, 201
Palmer, Robert C.—54, 201 Palmer, Ronald—157 Palmer, Vincent—114, 176 Panek, John—176 Panutsos, Thomas—78, 168 Papasodcro, John—80, 85, 100, 101, 120. 146 Papinchak, Nicholas—100, 168 Pappis, Gary—168 Paquet, Veronica—93, 146 Parnaros, A.—105 Parisi. Patty—168 Parnell, Steven—168 Pasek, Jeffrey 78, 90, 168 Paslosky. Carol—82. 88, 168 Pasquarella, Donald—168 Pasternak. Janice—176 Pastrick, Mark—73, 78, 146 Pastrick. Robert—78, 168 PASTRICKS LUNCH—191 Pastrikas, Nicholas—105, 176 Patrician, Tom—67, 78, 79 Patrick, Lyle—54, 69, 146 PAUL’S BAKERY—195 Pavlik, Daniel—62. 84. 163.
Pavlik, Mary—32, 37, 136
Pavlik, Robert—168 Pawelkowski, Patricia—168 Pawelkoski. Roseann—176 Pawloski, Tim—157 Pawlshak, David—62, 78, 176 Pazich, Melinda—62, 146 Pcsolyar. Alan—78, 91, 176 Pearce. Beverly—62, 176 Pearce. Janice—158 PEARL FASHION SHOPPE— 200
Peck, Bruce—146 Peck, Kathy—82, 168 Pccoraro, Susan—91, 158 Pelic, Charlotte—176 Pence, Linda—18, 87, 146 PEP CLUB—85 Perciavalle, Cindy 75, 80, 85, 146
Perciavalle. David—168 Perciavalle, Diane—176 Perciavalle, Joseph—81, 158 Perciavalle. Kathleen—71, 91, 158
Perna, Louis—62, 63, 80, 146 Pcronis, Peter—105, 176 Perris, Patricia—88, 168 Persuitc, Loretta—66, 69. 72,
77. 146 Peisuilte, Mae—33 Persuitte, Nancy—13, 125 Persuite. Patricia—176, 177 Perza, Michael—62, 158 Perza, Regina—62. 168 Perza, Richard—62. 168 Pesker. Charles—62, 176 Peters, Douglas—64, 77, 146 Peters. Naomi—33, 75. 201 Peterson. Lloyd—82, 146 Peterson, Margaret—158 Petroski, Edward—77, 116,
117, 146 Petula, Michael—81, 158 Pfaff. Gary—176 Phillips. Joseph—50, 201 Phillips. Robert—55. 123, 158 Piantanida, Esther—47, 54. 201 PIC N’ SAVE SUPER
MARKET—200 Pierce, Beverly—54 Pieta, Terry—85,1146 Pietrzykowski. Michele—64, 69, 87. 146 Pingitorc, William 67, 146 Pinotich, Dianne—64, 80, 91,
Pinotich, Kathie—176 Piontek, Carole—67, 68, 168 Piontek. Frances—176 Piontek, Martha—68, 158 Piper, Dwight 50, 51, 117,
118, 119, 122. 201 Piper, John—50, 51. 201 Pirich, Andrew 168 Pirich, Danny—52, 146 Pisano. Joseph—81. 158 Pisano, Linda—176 Pisano, Nikki—68, 168 Pisano. Thomas—100, 101, 158 Pitts, Bernadine—40, 42, 201 Pitts, Georgia—88. 168
Pitts, Lorraine—71, 95, 135,
Platz, Donna—82, 168 Plese, Nancy—10, 64. 70. 80.
Plesh, Patrice—17b Plcss, Michael—105, 176 Pokrin, Linda—146 Polacek, Charlene—66, 72. 80,
Poland. Paul—176 Polito, Raymond—62, 63, 122, 147
Ponevac. Frances—147 Posega, Harry—105, 176 Posipanko, Diane—168 Post. Bonnie—146 Post. Mary—176 Post, Pamela—88, 95, 168 Postapack. Mary Ann—168 Potts, Scott—168 Poumaras, Angelo—176
Pournaras, John—57, 62, 73. 158
Poutous. Elaine—67, 81, 158 Powell, Andrea—62, 176 Powner. Linda—85. 147 PRACTICAL ARTS—53 Prentice, David— 168 Prentice. James—98. 99. 100.
102, 158 Prentice, Vincent—168 PRESS BOX ANNOUNCERS AND STATISTICIANS —74
Presto, Michelle—168 Prichinello, Christine—86, 158 Prince. Donna—168 Prince, Mary—72. 85, 147 Produfully, Antoinette—42 PROGRAM SALES COMMITTEE—85 Prokopovich, Samuel—76, 158 Prokurat. Andrew—158 Prokurat, Joseph—70, 74 Prusick. Walter J.—50, 201 Pszenny, Leonard—84, 130, 147 Pucci, Joseph—158 Pucci, Pietro—176 Puckett. Duane—147 Puckett, Janet—5. 69, 92, Puckett, Steve—176 Pugar. Andrew—168 Pugar. Judith—91. 131, 176 Puskarich, Beverly—66, 168
Quaye, Judith—80, 147 Quinn, Raymond—76, 158 Quinn, Robert—147
Rackham, Gary—158 Radi, Andrew—39, 98, 100,
101, 201 Radi. Dave—101 Rainaldi, Allyn—64, 69. 84. 87, 125, 147 RAINBOW PALETTE—193 Rajter, Christine—176 Rajter. R.—79 Randel, Ronald—73. 77, 84.
100. 117, 147 Ranish. Dr.—36 Rapso, Gary—74, 115, 176 Rapso, Jacqueline—168 Rapso. Michaelene—64. 75. 147 Raskorsky, Michael—62, 168 Raven, Colleen—168 Raynor. Arlene—72. 77, 85 Reddy, Mary Ann—40, 201 Reed. Nancy—81, 158 Rcgney, Michael—147 Reibold, Bernard 105, 176 Reibold, Douglas—81, 158 Reich, Cheryl—82, 147 Reibold. B.—115 Rcinard, Lanny, 158 Repine, Beverly—5, 67, 72, 77, 85, 86. 92. 147 Rexroad, Roger—168 Rhodes, Deborah—168 Rhone, David—5, 69. 72, 92.
95, 147 Rhone. Maratha—168 Ricci. Dorothea—81, 168 Ricciardi. Marianne—16, 53,
64, 69. 70, 93, 147 Rice, Laura Jean—18. 42. 43, 80, 81. 82, 201 Rich, Darlene—81. 87, 158 Rich. Diana—17, 64, 66, 72.
85. 89. 125. 129, 147 Rich, William—168 Richards, Rebecca—168 Ricker. Robert—177 Kittle, Delmas—168 Rigano, Anthony—117, 122,
Rigano. Rachel—80, 147 Rigby, Larry—158
Riley, James—116, 117, 168 Rinehart, Darriel—168 Rishel, Glenn—158 RITZ THEATER—191 RIVER VIEW HOTEL—200 Rizzo, David—122, 168 Robinski, Victoria—158 Robinsky, Georgeann—51, 81 Robinson. Gary—111. 114, 158 Robinson, Mike—147 Roby, Richard—122, 148 Rodgers, Dwight—80, 148 Rodriquez, Anita—81. 158 Rodriquez, Joseph—177 Rochn, Clifford—62. 73, 91,
Roehn, Patricia—168 Rogic, Luke—100, 168 Roginski, Richard 62, 63, 69, 77. 86, 158 Roginski, Rosemarie—20, 62, 168
Roman, Dale—74 Roman. Dan—74 Roman, J.—115 Roman, Robert—168 Roman, Roger—158 Romano. Elizabeth—88, 168 Romano. Victoria—158 Rompala, Terri—69, 85, 87,
Rondos. Lillian—75, 81, 158 Ropon. Dennis—105, 177 Rose. Myron—168 Rose, Ruth—168 Rosen, Mary Evelyn—125 Rosen. Sandra—24, 68, 69, 158 Rosenberger, Dorothy—62, 88, 168
Rosinsky, David—158 Ross, James—21 Ross, Joseph—148 Ross, Kathryn—40, 66, 201 Rossi, Deborah—168 Rossi, John—105, 115, 177 Rossi. Raymond—105. 177 Rossi, Virginia—62, 91, 158 Roth, Dorothy—68, 69. 81, 86,
Roth, Harold—200 Rotolo, Ernest—62, 148 Rotolo, Ronald—62, 63. 168 Rudek. Linda—64, 71, 72. 82, 86. 148 Rudek. Rebecca—168 Rudenko. Natalie—75. 159 Runovitz. Marion—84. 85, 87,
Ruskin, Margie—82, 168 Rusnak, John—159 Russin, Alex—148 Russo, Anna—159 Russo, Dominic—100, 101,
III, 148 Russo, James—76, 169 Rutkerford, Mary—169 Rutkowski, Allan—169 Rutkowski, Helen—148 Rutter, Donna—169 Ruttner, John—62, 148 Ryan, David—159 Ryan. Eileen—69, 72, 85, 86.
95. 148 Ryan. John—177 Ryan, Nancy—148 Ryan, Robert—169 Ryan. William—169 Rygalski. Darlene—148 Rygalski. Nancy—169 Rykaczewski, Richard—169 Rytel. Ray—148 Rytel. Robert—169
Sabatine. Ron—177 Sabol. Joseph—177 Sabol, Richard—169Index
Safran, Mary—71, 169 SAL AS QUAKER STATE SERVICE—200 Salvati, Frederick—159 Sangcrmano, Emily—71, 84,
89, 159 Sangcrmano, Frank—100 Santarelli, Donald—148 Santarelli, Kathleen—169 Santilli. Sam—28 Santo, Robert—100, 159 Sapovchak, Andrew—64, 73,
76, 77, 122, 148 Sapovchak, Kathy—131, 177 Sapovchak, Mary Ellen—62,
Saunders. Terry—76, 159 Scarpone, Patti—81, 159 Schacht, Edward—169 Schaffer, Janet—169 Schell, William—169 Schimonsky, Susan—75, 77, 87, 95, 159
Schlosser, Michael—64, 80, 148 Schmetzcr, Cynthia—177 Schmctzer, George—169 Schmetzcr, Terry—148 Schmidt, Daniel—105, 177 Schmidt, Michele—125 Schmidt, Timothy—169 Schofield. Deborah—81, 159 SCHOOL BOARD—29 SCHOOL SERVICE GROUPS —35
Schreiner. Helen—169 Schwartz, Bruce—169 Schwartz, Jill—64. 70, 85, 95,
Schwarz, Karen—82. 169 Schweikert, Robert—159 SCIENCE—55 SCIENCE CLUB—73 Scisciani, Josetta—80, 148 Scisciani, Patricia—159 Seech, Dennis—169 Seech, Stephanie—71. 148 Segretti, Julia—69, 71. 77, 89. 159
Seidel, Betty—50, 201 Scman, William—169 Semonik, Georgie—81, 100, 159 Semonik, Patricia—85. 148 SENIOR ACTIVITIES— 176-183
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS— 134. 142 SENIOR HIGH MADRIGALS 80, 82 SENIORS—134-151 Senkevich, Arthur—169 Senkevich, Kenneth 159 Senkevich. Raymond—159 Sephakis, Thomas—159 Serack. Albert—74, 84, 105,
115, 177 Serack, Louise—30, 31, 33 Sesti, Donna—82. 148 Settino, Genevieve W., Esq.— 200
Settino. Rose Mary—53. 201 Sevin, David—85, 159 Sevin, Gerald—149 Sevin, Karen—86, 169 Sfuftant. B.—130 Shafer, Gale—169 Shaffer, Ethel—82, 169 Shafran, Michael—81, 159 Shafran, Richard—169 Shannon, Paul—169 Sharpless. Frank—169 Shea. Barbara—81, 159 Sheleheda, Nicholas—169 Shelchcda, Stella—64, 69, 72, 75, 85, 149 Shemelya. David—169 Shenot. Rosemary—41, 65, 201 Sherman, Doris—50, 70, 201 Shetek, Linda—62, 64. 74. 85,
Shields, Sara Sue—68, 69. 77, 81, 91, 159 Shimrak, Douglas—117, 169 Shively, Ronald—169 Shomin. Diane—169 SHOMIN’S AMERICAN STATION—186 Short, Nancy—159 Shoup, Randall—62, 63, 169 Shuflay. Rita—159 Shultz, Robert—149 Sickeler, Diane—159 Siemtowski, Cheryl—72, 76, 77,
85. 89. 135, 149 SILHOUETTE—94 SILHOUETTE EDITORS—95 SILHOUETTE REPRESENTATIVES—95
Simons, Alan—48, 74, 169 Simons, Shelia—159 Simosko, Valerie—9, 20, 36,
62, 64. 66, 80. 149 Sinchak, Robert—116, 117, 169 Sinchak. Stephen—82, 99, 100.
101, 117, 118. 119, 149 SINGER SEWING CENTER — 192 Sisley. Pat—169 Sisley, Richard—100, 149 Skapik, Noel—159 Skeba, Dennis—177 Skeba, Diane—159 Skocich, Barbara—169 Slappo, Elaine—85. 149 Slappo, Harry—159 Slappo. Leonard—169 Slingluff, Cheryl—169 Slipko, John—177 Smart. Ruth—82, 85, 149 Smedley, George—159 Smedley, Margaret—159 Smedley. Paul—74, 159 Smigielski, Blanche—71, 75, 77, 159
Smith, Carol—85, 87, 91, 130, 131, 159 Smith, Connie—149 Smith, James—68, 84, 159, 163 Smith. Joyce—89 Smith, Karen—177 Smith. Ronald—5. 149 Smith, Sheryl—20. 62. 91. 159 Smith, Thomas—169 SMITTY’S ATLANTIC STATION—200 Smolinsky, Paul—70. 77, 80,
81, 122. 159 Smolinsky. Peter—70, 77. 81.
117. 122. 159 Smolnery. Cheryl—66. 68. 85.
86. 149 Sniady, Donald—62, 159 Snyder, Daniel—81. 123. 159 Sobolewski, Dan—169 Sobota. Phyllis—125 Sofranko. James—123, 149 Sofranko, Thomas—78, 123.
Sokol, Patricia—84, 159 Sokolowski, R.—120 Soldressen. Richard—5. 69. 80 92, 100. 149 Solomich. Faith—169 Somar, Colleen—159 Somar, Gordon—169 Solvay, Michael—177 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS—171 SOPHOMORE CHORUS-80. 82
SOPHOMORES—162-171 Sopirak, Virginia—82, 88. 91, 169
Sopko. Andrew—82, 170 Soska, Tracy—73, 170 Sovich, Laurel—64. 77, 94, 149 Sovich. Linda—159 Sovich. Patricia—33 Sovich. Paul—82. 149 Sovich. Pete—149 Sowa. Joseph—159 Sowinski, Donald—170
Sowinski, Nancy—41, 85. 149 Spadafore. Thomas—159 Spahr, Marcella M.—10, 44.
45. 125. 201 Span, Earle—177 Span, Frank—149 Span, Joseph—100. 117, 170 Spanos. Gregory—177 Spear, Pamela—67. 70, 81. 159, 161
Spec. Janet—16, 69, 84, 85, 88.
130. 170 Speer, Kathy—67, 80, 85. 149 Spinelli, Robert—84, 174. 177 Spinelli, Victor—93, 149 Spolarich. Michael—177 SPORT NEWS—200 Spuganich, Sharon—177 Sradomski, JoAnne—8. 41 64 65. 69, 70, 73, 80, 95,
Stachowicz, David—67, 78, 170 Stadnik, Linda—149 STAGE LIGHTING SQUAD —74
Stamm, Janet—170 STAMP CLUB—79 Staniland, Linda—160 STANLEY S FLOWER SHOP —200 Stark, Jean—170 Stashich. Diane Marie—170 Staving. Roger—170 Stcfkiwsky. Michael—160 Stein. Joseph—62, 63, 160 Steinberg, A. A. Dr. and Mrs. —200
Steinberg, Arnold—62, 63. 160 Steinberg, Nathaniel—54, 55,
78. 144, 201 Stcmpkowski. Ronald—177 Stephansky, Adolph—170 Stephansky, John—170 Stettler, Deborah—81, 160 Stettler. Robin—19. 64, 72. 75, 85. 87, 129, 149 STETTLER'S MOTOR COMPANY—194 Stewart. Bruce—82. 170 Stewart, David—170 Stewart. Dean—70. 85. 149 Stewart. Karen—177 Stewart, Linda—160 Stillwagon. Patricia—40, 201 Stills, Freddie—160 Stitt. Samuel—62. 63, 128, 150 Stoffel, Jane—160 Stolar, Ann—36 Stolich, Susan—81. 86. 160 Stolaski. Patricia—82. 170 Stoner. David—123, 160 Stoughton, Sundra—170 Stranges. Joseph J.—50. 201 Strano, D. 79 Strano, Domenic—80 Strano. Joseph—67. 170 Strano, R.—105 Strella. Nancy—77, 160 Strclla. Thomas—160 Striegel. Shirley—170 Strugalski, Theresa—160 STUDENT COUNCIL—84 STUDENT UNITED NATIONS—86 Stumpf, Alan—59. 67, 76. 78.
Suchy, Barbara—71. 86, 88, 170 Suchy. Joanne—177 Suchy. Maureen—88. 170 Sudik. Michael—69, 74. 78. 170 Suhorsky, Lawrence—63, 122, 150
Sulkowski. Lawrence—170 Sumko, Michael—20. 77. 80.
82. 117, 118. 119, 122, 150
Sumrok. Edward—76. 150. 177 Sumrok, Frank—62 Supak, Richard—50, 150 Supe. Deborah—62. 67, 81, 160 Sutej. Joanne—41. 201
Swiatek. Robert—82. 100, 117, 150
Swierczewski. Cynthia—48, 76, 95, 160 SWIFT AND CAIN—190 SWOBE AND DEANE PONTIAC BUICK—188 Swobc, Elaine—69, 170 Syka. Judith—177 Szuchy, Nancy—160 Szymoniak. Walter—48. 170
Tabinowski, David—150 Tabol, Bernard—170 Taggart. Leo Dr.—18, 30 Talpash. Carole 177 Taltash, Sue—46 Tamayko, Yvonne 160 Tate, Susan—85, 150 Taylor. John 68. 84, 100, 160, 161
Taylor, Mary Susan—62, 170 Tedesco. Deborah—177 Tedesco, Thomas T.—51, 201 Telesz, Joanne—66. 85, 150 Telesz, John—170 Tenney. Arlene—170 TENNIS—124 Tcrral. Michael 170 Theodore, Kathryn—33 Theodorous. Debra Ann—82, 170
Thomas. Sue—81, 160 Thomas, Theresa—177 Thompson, Charles—82, 170 Thompson. Donna—85. 88. 170 Thompson, Dorothy—85. 94, 150
THRIFT DRUG—200 Timchak. Cynthia—177 TIMNEY'S FURNITURE-200
Tipton. Harvctte—67. 68, 71, 88, 170 Tisak. Wulter—78 Tolfa. Lee—16. 23, 43. 62, 63, 201
Tomazewski, Daniel—67, 150 TONY'S BARBER SHOP—195 Torrito. Diane—91, 177 Towcimak. Richatd—68. 160 TRACK AND FIELD— 116-119 Tranter. Wendy—91, 170 Trautman. Mary Lou—150 Trautman. Patricia—81. 160 Trautman. Peggy- 81. 160 Trautman. Susan—170 Travis. Albert—160 Travis. Bruce—170 Trella, Joanne—82, 88, 170 Trembley, Myrtle—41, 201 Triska, Bradley—5, 90. 92, 100, 156
Triska. Ronald—170 Trocger, Judy—64, 69, 77, 87. 150
Troll. Kathrvn K —41. 201 Troll. Ruth—43, 80. 201 Trowbridge. Kenneth—160 Trowbridge. Ronald 170 Truance, Joann—160 Truskowski. Joseph—170 Trzcianka, Nancy—68, 69, 91, 160
Tsacalis. Harriet—41, 72, 150 Tsacalis, Christine- 170 Tucker, Susan—160 Tully. Dorothy—177 Tuntas. Tony—177 Turansky, Elaine—69, 77, 87, 125. 160 Turck. Kathy—125, 150 Turney, Dawn 150 Tusick, Leslie- 170 Tusick. Thomas—150 TWIN TRAILER SALES-192
Tyhonas. Joseph—93Tyma, David—81 Tyma, Diane—68, 160 Tysiachney, David—170
Uhernik, John—170 Uhernik, Joyce—170 Ujevich, Milo—30, 31, 76 Ulinski, Mark—100, 170 Underwood, James—81, 120, 158, 162 Urda. Barbara—160 USHERETTES—72
Vaccaro. Elvasio—177 Valiga, Richard—55, 73, 150 Valiga, Ronald—170 Vallccorsa, Ada—125 Vallecorsa. Ralph—170 VALLEY DODGE—192 VALLEY STUDIO—193 Vandergrift. Grace—28, 29 Varhol, John—170 Varlichi, Robert—170 Varlicki, Larry—175 Vasilakis, Zachary—160 Vasques, Robert—160 Vcnanzio, Edward—59, 117, 170
Venglass, John—117, 118, 160, 172
Verdoni, Dante—170 Vcrnak, David—76, 120, 121, 150
Vernon, Curtis—67, 80, 150 Vest. Irene J.—51, 201 Vilk. Anthony—81, 160 Villella, Linda—160 Vincent. Albert—120 Vincent, Vinnie—18 Viores, Mariam—44, 82, 88, 170
Visokey. Nancy—82, 170 Vita, Terry—82, 170 VOCATIONAL—59 Vochko, Paul—30. 31 Voegcl. Janice—88, 171
Vogt, Susan—50, 85. 150, 160 Volar. Dennis—171 Volpe, Vernon—160 Vougias, Demctra—177 Vougias. Fotine—81. 95, 160 Voynick, Susan—22, 75, 91, 150
Voynick, Verna—33 Vrabely, John—171 Vukelic. Millicent—80, 91, 150 Vukmanich, Joanne—88. 91, 171
Wachtel. Donald—62, 122, 171 Wachtel, William—62, 135, 150 Wagner. Patti—88. 171 Wagurak. Rachel—171 Waldhuber, Robert—122, 171 Wall, Jeanne—72, 85, 150 WM. H. WALL’S SONS—200 Walsh, Joseph -44, 150 Walter, Joseph—43. 82, 150 Wargots, Lorraine—171 Wargo, Christine—85, 91, 151 Wargo, Kristen—82 Warkonyi, Steve—95, 171 Waskiewicz, Edward—74. 115 Waskiewicz, Karen—80, 91,
125. 129, 151 Waslo, Thomas—80, 151 Watson, Carmen—62, 64, 65.
66, 68, 69, 75. 91, 151 Wawrykaw. Theodore—171 Weber, Judith—19. 20. 64. 65, 69. 71, 77, 125, 129, 151 Weber, Lawrence—171 Weber. Richard—99, 100, 102, 151
Weishaugpl. Nioma—151 Welder. Bonnie Jean—151 Welling. Kenneth—107, 177 Welsh, D.—105 Welsh, Doreen—95, 161 Welsh, James—76, 151 Welsh, Joseph—100, 114 Werner, Lawrence—78. 122 Wesche. Linda—161 Westcrman, David—171 Westerman, Philip—82, 151
Wcstover, Debbie—151 Wcstovcr, Monica—84, 91. 177 Wetzel, Sally—125 Wheeler. Alex M.—53, 98, 100, 104, 201 Whetzell. David—151 Whipple, Ellen—161 Whipple. Richard—171 White, Adcle—125 White. D.—130 Wicgcl, William—53, 201 Wiles. Deborah—161 Wiles, William—171 Wills. Sherry—84, 88, 171 Wilson. Julia—82. 171 Wilson. Karen—88, 171 Wingrovc, Connie—171 Wingrove. Jenny—177 Winkler. Nanette—88. 171 Winne, Kevin—73. 77, 151 Wisener, Raymond—161 Wiscncr, Robert—171 Wisniewski, Richard—171 Witowich. Patricia—44, 171 Witowich, R.—105 Witt. Gladys—81, 161 Wojtkoski. Richard—67, 80,
Wolbcr. Lawrence—161 Wolf. Martha—149 Woloshan, Laurel—67, 68, 69, 90, 171 Woloshyn, Peter—171 Wood, John—100 Wosciechowski, Rochelle—68, 171
Wright. Janet—161 W. T. GRANT COMPANY-200
Wuycik, Dennis—12, 84, 106, 107, 108, 110. Ill, 112,
113, 153, 157 Wyllie. John J —56. 57. 111.
114. 140, 201
Wynn, Thomas—100, 116, 117, 122, 171
Yakobik, Andrea—66, 82. 171 YALE-PRINCETON—125
Yaniga, Vincent—68, 100, 116, 117, 171 Yanko, David—76, 77, 151 Yawor, Sharon—171 Yaworsky, E.—62, 63 Yaworsky, Flora—151 Yaworsky, Gloria—8, 20, 51, 64, 65. 67, 69, 73, 77,
84. 87, 125, 129, 151 YEARBOOK—90 YEARBOOK ADVERTISING —90
YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES—91 Yocum, Dwight—174, 177 Yosler, Linda—81, 161 Yost, Imogene—10, 44. 87, 125, 201
Young. Doris—151 Young, Nancy—171 Young. Roger—62, 161 Young, Thomas—151 Young. Vernice—171 Yoranoric. David—100, 171 Yurcina, Charles—171
Zajac, Timothy—161 Zak, Ronald—177 Zalenski. Donald—161 Zalenski, Gary—171 Zatchcy. Joan—177 Zatchey, Metro—161 Zdziarski, Monica—69, 151 Zebrowski, John—118 Zehndcr. Donald—82, 161 Zeranick. Jerome—151 Zerilla. Joseph—28 Zgaincr, Anthony—177 Zimmer, Jerome—76, 151 Ziolkowski, Frances—49. 177 Ziolkowski. Roberta—177 Zivic, Jack—177 Zuchowski, Janet—64, 151 Zvonar, Matthew—161
The staff of the 1967 Bridger wishes to express its appreciation to the following for their inspiration and material contributions to this annual.
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS . . . Pete Gajarsky, Valley Studio, 307 Merchant Street, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; Mr. Thomas Tedesco, 259 Glenwood Drive, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; Harry Frye and Rudy Schunk, Beaver County Times, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; Shjfiet Studio, 461 Franklin Avenue, Aliquippa Pennsylvania
PUBLISHING . . . Foote Davies Company, Mr. James McWilliams, Representative
STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER . . . Ronald Smith
COVER . . . S. K. Smith Company, Mr. George Stewart, Representative
COOPERATION . . . Mr. Wallace Fausti for his help in obtaining basketball pictures; Miss Doris Powell, Foote Davies, for her service in the publishing of the Bridger
ENCOURAGEMENT . . . Teachers and administration of Ambridge Area High School, and the many advertisers from Beaver Valley
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