Apollo High School - Kiskitas Yearbook (Apollo, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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1958 KISKITAS Edlfors Do a Bruno Phyllls Orlowskn John M Yemovlc Business Adwsor Ooessa H QOWNTPW Advisor . . ALMA MATER The llghf of our learnrng ls sflll brrghfly burning Our fhoughfs ever Turnrng To old Apollo High Our mem nes never fade Of dear frrerzds we have made In days far gone by The walls Thar have housed All hopes for The fufure The lrghfs Thar have led us Through life s sfumbllng vvay Nor vvrll vve forgef The challenge we have mel We cherrsh her yef Hall Apollo Hlgh' Of plans Thar vve have laid DEDICATION We the sensor class ot Apollo Hugh School do lt ns with deepest respect and appreciation that we do so Without your constant guidance and understanding It would have been Impossible to attaln our goal Our yearbook IS one of the most Important achievements In our school lute and we would luke to share It with you Please accept the dedication of our annual as an expression of the appreciation we have for you I I hereby dedicate our annual to you, our teachers. I TABLE 0F SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES sA I MUSIC SPORTS STUDENT LIFE FACULTY ADVERTISEMENTS PUBLICATIONS - CONTENTS Y '4 K 4 B2 ' Q15 gill ,IMG i Sm f- ,, qf M Af, Q - 'I vb W -wm- -. xv m 'lk .,.,.m, AQ IWW Y QQQS 'Pm 1 I Q I, ,- s faq " M' yignmnf P . yy ,,,.,..-Q.-A ff. W f Q ..- 1 ,EGR 1 Q ,QL 1 SECRETARY DENGLER, CHRISTY MAY CommerciaI O PRESIDENT BRUNO, DORA MARIE Bru Academic To create something you must be somefh ng FFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1958 VICE PRESIDENT SI-IAMBERGER, SUSAN PRYDE Susie Acadernnc 'Culrrvarion ro fhe mind is as necessary as food ro the body Toot Friendly, fashionable, and fairg the answe yo ng man's prayer," TREASURER LAMANNA, RONALD RICHARD Academic 8 "WH and wisdom are born WIYI1 B 'TW fr Bn. T06 Ron I , I Q f'- K AIELLO, THOMAS MERLE General "The winds and waves are always on the ablesr navigarorf' ALLSHOUSE, ERMA JEAN Academic "Kindness in women shall win lo 9 1 9 9 . ,A Q I '49 ,J - , rl. - dia l K K l 9 BODENHORN, ROLLAND FAYE Ronnie Commercial "Ler1ers are winged messengers that can fly embas- sies of love." BUDZILEK, BERNICE YVONNE Berni Commercial "Man is no! to question, buf to adorefl BISAHA, ADAM Ha-Ha Commercial "When words are scarce fhey're seldom spenf vain." BLACK, MARGARET ANN Academic lf is good To think wellg if is divine fo act well." BENCE, ROBERT MERLE Commercial "Sleeps by dayg lives by night," BERNAT, PATRICIA LOUISE Commercial "Ac1ive nafures are rarely melancholy. in Bib CAGNA, SAMUEL ANDREW Kidney Bean Commercial "I mean to make myself a man, then I shall succeed in everything else." CAMPBELL, ARTHUR LEROY Lee I Academic "Nothing succeeds as well as success CASELLA, KENNETH MOREAN Cas General "And I have laid aside business and gone a-huntin'." X CRAVENER, DONNA JEAN Donna Commercial "Everything comes if a man will only wait." CRAWFORD, JAMES LEE Crusher General "Much wisdom often goes with fewest words." DEGENKOLB, JOHN WESLEY Digger Academic "What is not fully understood is not possessed." FLOYD, SYLVIA RICHBERTA Syl Commercial Of plain sound sense life's currenf coin is made." FRANKS, JR. ARTHUR AUSTIN Art Academic "A man isn'r poor if he can still laugh," DELLEDONNE, HARRY Gi General "His cares are all now ended." DUNMIRE, WAYNE GEORGE Wayne General 3 "Men are masters of their faith." FABER, FRANKLIN Pepsi General "He who has a firm will molds the world fo himself." FERRERO, STEVE Dog Commercial "Every man has his devilish moments." FULTON, CHARLES Chuck General "Nothing comes, all has ro be fetched." FULTON, RONALD LEE Hook Commercial Oh, give us Yhe man who sings at his work." GETTO, LEO Get General "Yourh is wholly experimental." GUZOLIK, GERALD LEE Jerry General "Every man is a volume, if you know how 10 read HALL, DELORES JEAN Dee General "The silenr bear no wirness against fhernselves HARLEY, PATRICIA ANN Pat Commercial "Nature is commanded by obeying her." and sh HENRY, WILLIAM DAVID Bill Academic "The Wisdom of many and the wit cf one," JACK, ZELDA LARUE Jackie CO'f'7l6'Cl5I f'r'.'frd imemplcyecl is mifd orvenlioyedf' "Nothing is more gratifying to the mind of mari than power." HAYES, HELEN LOUISE Helen Commercial "A blush is the color of virtue." HELD, BETTY ANN Bet Commercial "Good cheer is no hindrance to a good lifef .eww QQQL. 'A HELD, RUSSELL BYRON Russ General HENRY, NANCY JANE Nan Commercial porfunity, sooner or later, comes to all who work wr " ?X r JACKSON, DORIS MAE Doris General "A smile is the whisper of a laugh." JONES, DAVID Dave General "My memory ls the thing l forget with." ez 1 A KEELEY, VVALTER AAARLIN General "They also serve who stand and wail." KINS, CAROLYN ANN Carolyn Commercial Happ "A good face is the besf leffer of recommendation." KNEPSHIELD, DENNIS CARL Denny Academic "Whar sweet delighr a quier life affords." KNEPSHIELD, JUNE ELLEN June-bug Academic "lr is i love." music rhar many youvhful hearis learn fo "The rearesr f ll MCCAUSLAND, JOYCE ELAINE Pudge Commercial "This lass so nea1 wlrh smile so svveevf' MCLAUGHLIN, JACK EUGENE Hairy General "All Ylwe world loves a loverf KROZEL, WILMA JEANNE Kroz Academic "A liifle nonsense now and then is relished by Yhe wisest men." LOCKARD, RONALD RICHARD Ron General "Silence is one grea! arf of conversaiionf' MAJERCIK, ELEANOR M. Ele Commercial "Keep cool and you command everybody." MALEC, STANLEY General 9 o a human beneflrs is independenfel MCCUNE, LEO FRANCIS Leo General "No man can be wise on an empty stomach." MILLER, RONALD HENRY Mule General "His bite is worse than his bark." MURESHESKI, SILVIA JEAN Si Commercial "Proper words in proper places." MURPHY, PHILLIP ANDREW Murph Academic "Whatever is popular deserves attention." Ivie NELSON, BEVERLY JOAN Bev Commercial "The greatest pleasure of life is love," NELSON, JR., ROBERT JAMES B-J Academic A man of the world must seem to be what he ishes to be thought." RICHARDS, ELIZABETH ANN LIZ Acadc-'w 1 T s lc Ir? Q' ffcfwfeclge vs fever fllled nor fully sells l cf. RODNICKI, JUDITH ANN Judy CommercIaI Vw' UFSIJCQCVW nord up-is VG harm " ORLOWSKI, PHYLLIS MARIE ANN Phyl Commerciai "Those move easiest who have learned to dance. REARIC, DONALD EDWARD Hen Academic "This world belongs ro lhe energericf' REARIC, VVILMA MAE Peanuts GeneraI "To believe fs Yo be srrongf' REIGI-I, BETTY LOU Betty GeneraI "The qreafesr pleasure ol llle I5 love." 52 RUPERT, WILLIAM LARRY Rup General "Enl1er I frnd a way, or I will make one." SAWYER, THOMAS CHARLES Gordon General 'fircurnsrancesl l make circumstances " SCOTT, FRANK General A 1 X "In iclleness there is perpetual mischief." SCOTT, KENNETH THOMAS PeeWee General "Small, simple svveer, buf no? silenrf' in X SHRIVER, JOHN ANDREW Snriv Academia. "No :nan rs a slave whose wlll vs free." SILVIS, MARGARET MAY Peg Acaclernrc Hrhc Wams 0 woman are of an unknown quanm X .. cf grfgki:--, 5-,f H . T365 'E W. - .sw SLICKER, WILLIAM H. Rabbit General "Depend nor on forrune, but on conduct." SLAVIERO, LEONA Lee Commercial "Happiness is the supreme object of existence." SLAVIERO, JACK RICHARD Slav Academic "Good humor is the healrh of the soul." SNYDER, CHARLOTTE JEAN Bonnie SNYDER, JOHN ARDEN Johnny Commercial "l've taken my fun where I've found if," STEAR, LAWANA FAYLIN Lavvana Academic "SensibIliIy is the power of woman." Academic "A good heart is worth gold." General "A student can ask a thousand questions that the wisest teacher cannot answer." ULERY, JOYCE ARLENE Joy Academic TRESSLER, PAUL THEODORE Ted "The useful and the beautiful are never separated. VARNER, MARY ELIZABETH Punchy General "Variety is the very spice of life." WATTERSON, SHIRLEY ANN Shirl Commercial "Good deeds ring clear through heaven like a bell - 'f Hg. 'fiihita H WOODS Ill, WALTER WILLIS Walt General A superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds n his actions." ZIMMERMAN, JACK PARKER Hoagie Academic "Men of talent are men for occas 0 V, .3 LIIQOOH OUR Old A.H.S.! Competition for Cape Canaveral? SENIOR YEAR Se 1 mor Coronation Gr-r- 1" Intramural basketball champs f 'F' if bf' .,f,. ,wa wwf ,w A, J! -.-A. DIARY Tough enough!! "AS you were!" WhaX Qoe Q-,,,,,l, Org! s UP mug O x Come d WU 4 Q M gg WWW 57 2352 .gi ' 61 . . if , Ji e ff? 3 ,Q ,QQ swf wr u .M J. ff'?1 5 E f QS. :wh 1 'S - W? gl? , Paxil?" wif -W mf' wg., -1 ,V rn,- K l?' N t w 'Qi '9'Tff5 gf. ,s T fk N K ,ig 35,53 . u ,Q ,,hffv , M. 4:1 .. MAJ ' f X , , .vw ,,, ., Q.-f1,,g,y,p-.Q--Q a 'Hg' W ,W , V imjigyyfaiyz? I MW. M QQ? H N, it . v ., -.,, JWQQR, rf W .bww 1' M, A 'Ld 45 . 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Jack Arnoldy I l if Joyce Arnolcly A 13 gg Mary Balclrige "' V, Viola Barr Ju Daniel Bartoe Donna Beard 1 Norma Beatty Thomas Bisaha C' 1- 1 Christine Brayshaw !,: I' .I Salvador Calderone - 'X 't' June Carney i I" f I Sgr L - ' 31331 I ara, III . 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Ex, YN 'ur ,7 on I 'Q' aww- 'R -63- 13' QF xr qv-1' "5 Rodney Arello " Katherene Alcorn Sandra Allen Q QE sl Jo Q TS' if Q5 J .1 4' 3' W F RESHMAN CLASS Dwnght Gurhrne John Marches: Duane Lyons Katherrne Alcorn 'so Elaine Ameno Judnh Andrmg Alfred Barr Connie Barr Falth Baughman Nancy Beatty Jerome Bee James Bncego James Black Bonnie Blnss Edwnn Blass James Blysrone Mary Bowers Norman Burketf Edward Bush Carroll Byers Roberi Carney Jean Chambers Roxy Chlkar Pamcra Costrunu Judufh Coy Carolyn Crawford Leo Daugherty Leslie Daugherty Marsha Davrs Lanny Dunmure John Durandetfo Davld Eckman Leland Faber Domenrc Ferrero Betty Hopkins Meade Jack John Jackson Karen -Jackson Ella Kerr William Klingensmith Carol Knepshield Joyce Kridler Sandra Kubal Sharon Leech Melvin Long Robert Long Diane Lyons Lillian Maiercik Joseph Maiersky Victoria Malec John Marchesi Russell Moore Sally Muresheski Terrie Nelson John Ortz Mary Jane Passarelli Nancy Plazio Gerald Pozzani Frank Putzki Larry Radebach Phyllis Rearic Aretta Reese Miriam Reigh Frank Remaley 'll-ll Martha Fouse Ida Frain Karen Frampton Elanore French Patricia Fulton Leland Geer Mary Lou George Charles Getto Howard Goedicke Dwight Guthrie Barry Hall Larry Hall Eva Harley Thomas Harley Marlis Hemphill William Hill Daniel Hilty David Hilty Leland Hilty Richard Hollis 4? fr. 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Harvey Simmers Larry Slicker Russell Smail Cheryl Smith Allen Snyder Raymond Snyder Stanley Sproull John Stankus Barbara Stewart Donald Stewart Kathy Stewart Judith Stitr Mary Stokes Michael Stone .loan Stringer Douglas Talmadge Richard Townsend Sandra Truby Miles Turner LeRoy Umbaugh Lois Varrier Betty Visley Sandra Walker Malcolm Watson Robert Watterson Rosalie Wensconis Carol Williams Gloria Williamson Richard Williamson Telford Williamson Terry Williamson Verna Wilmot Helen Zanos Joelyn Zimmerman Lorene Zimmerman A Ronald Richards Mary Roberts William Robertson Thomas Rupert Robert Sawyer Betty Schall Michael Schrecongost Richard Scott John Shockey Marion Shoemaker Mildred Shoop William Shotts James Shriver Karen Shupe 'wif fi , B 2, 7 f fax asf 35 an l -ov - Linda Alkms Harry Allshouse James Allshouse Eugene Baker Florence Baker George Barto Joan Barto Wnlluam Bee Lmette Bella Eluzabeth Benmnger Geraldine Bertuno Leland Betts Polly Bodenhorn Mnchael Broadhead Barbara Burkett 7 1 ,..-. Glenn Bush " Ruth Bush Patrucua Carmany EIGHTH GRADE O 00,9 1' ' I6 Y .11 l if 1 'Y Q-L Dlana Casella Donna Casella Lmda Clepper Kathenne Cooper EI: Crosby Ronald Dengler Julra Ann DeVullmg Melame Dnluck Mark Farnneau Lmda Floyd Nancy Floyd Mnchael Froncek David Fulton James Fulton Jo Ann Fulton .ludlth Fulton Margue Goeduckue Donna Gray Howard Held Roberta Held 31 1' 'T 'J F0 so af' A: Z Ai O gf Q me U sf wr U Q- ,,..a I 2 ,cr 2, I QQ 1 'T yi, r , ,T . . Y v . ,,. Y ,- We A , ... A Q y ., W, ,, . . . 6, f . ,g N1 fs 4. ,, Y 6 - v , y F- 5 J .xv t , an f F ' F tw X .5 I a 1 , . , - I N54 ' - - ' , , . f f C ' - I: r , fl ' ' W, .fr-we A A A all 'lfflll , ' E .yt fl' f . . 4. 4 ' aw " f' V - A t 7 ' ' - - - A so fa, " '- ... 1 R I ,, x, ' A " Q ITE, . I K 94 1 ' ia. . ,. V I LQ -x If ' I i y A ,T . 'Q I ,. Q .5 -v y 1' " A 'gg L J ,sv , 'O A , ,f 1 ' t 2 . ' . be U 1 'lr Patricia Casella 7' QISJI' v ,fa 4 - A ia f F Q F ft a f -L Q v . .fa 5 ' 1,,' S A G' it f. .- . 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'Q' Herman Dagan Janine Dagan Kenneth Daugherty Christopher Delo Christina Durandetlo Sara Espy Margaret Faber William Frampton Paula Fullerton Gertrude Fulton Barbara Gradwell Claude Grady Patricia Heckman Dennis Hilty James Hilty Vicky Hilty Ruth Hollis Dickie Hoover Kenneth Hoover Julia Howard Ralph Howard Beverly Hunter Norman Jackson Daniel Jaworski Sherry Knepshield Mary Ann Kosiek Gertrude Kowalczyk Janet Larimer Sharon McCausland Andrew Maiersky Richard Miller Donna Moore Robert Morgan Richard Mornes Ronny Moyer Charles Nelson Daniel Ortz Anna Pellegrini Ida Pellegrini Dennis Piccoli James Poydence James Radeback Jo Ann Riggle Linda Rosensteel Vernon Shaffer Helen Shirley Linda Shotts Bettie Shupe Rebecca Silvis Nancy Simmers Christine Slicker David Smail Darlene Smoyer Andrew Spiler David Stringer David Tarbell Richard Tomicek Barbara Townsend Leslie Townsend Patricia Townsend Allen Umbaugh Kenneth Varner Susanna Visley Evelyn Walker Judy Walker Linda Walker David Watterson Karen Watterson Lydia Wilson Henry Zawacki .21 41 5 1 N. 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Da APOLLIBRARIANS With a cheery smile and the help of "Mr. Dewey," the members ofthe Apollibrarians are ready to help you find any material you may need for that history assignment or that biography for an almost due book report. Current or coming events provide a guide for the attractive bulletin boards you see in the library and hall. If you can't find that exciting book everyone is talking about, ask for it. It might be in the Infirmary where the girls mend and rebind books that have seen much use. ln addition to mending, the girls check mail and catalog maps Girls doing work beyond the call of duty are given a token of appreciation from the club on awards day. ART 1 I L -L CLUB - ' ' N . If 23. il X 4 i LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Lyons, M. Skrot, J. King. M I ' I ,Q iw ' waning. f i FIRST ROW: D, Lyons, T. Siverling, G. Williamson, M. Skrot, E. Rainey, B. Visely, C. Betts, P. Wilmot, J. Stringer. SECOND ROW: E. French, I.. Zimmerman, C. Cravener, S. Leech, D. Farineau, T. Tressler, D. Morgan, H. Zanos. THIRD ROW: M. DeMeno, J. Sabin, C. Hilty, D. Rainey, B. Miller, J. King, H. Patterson, D. Nicholson, J. Kennedy. Deck the halls-that's just what this organization does Instruction in the basic fundamentals and practical especially during the Christmas and Easter seasons. application of art theories is given throughout the school Brightening up the halls with colorful decorations and year by way of these various activities. displays is their biggest proiect. 4l C"'EF'S CLUB X40 M290 we begtie X3 yes 'P Xie pam 6 en 3119 K saxa e 9 Xa 0 Co when ihe b 'a amiliar call kitchen, Cys are busy in the T teach me mme me mug club IS fo sensor Class To Cook ang fi of the isonsubulrty ,n The knchens ire re rn paiemouth watermg foods They 3119 are p,Zza Cook re fins and Candles les cakes muf me and get it f he pUrpOSe of Th 'Q f FIRST ROW B Bence L McCune D Baker J Crawford T Auello T Sawyer Nelson R Muller S Cagna W Henry SECOND ROW C Fuhon K Scott A Franks S MaJec F Scoit J Snyder D Rearnc F Faber R Lockard THLRD ROW J McDoweN J McLaughhn W hcker L Rupert W Woods L Getto H DeHeDonne R Fuhon .ll ci 'g 'NHL lrrrf FIRST Row . I J. S Wan Lackey, L. Cough N H SEC' ersofb S. Flo d ' - enry, 5' ll:Zrdlrzcl5Ol5M B' Mlkxle, JSE? Wilmot. Kowalczyk' 5- Fleming, THIRD ROW: MMl.Xx-ajiueski, V- Hif,yI'D Zlalgzglgs, W. Rearicr N MCMW . . , , W- Krozel, J Cam? Ji, Marchesi, C, BraCgh2AQVMEY, C. Hesketh. en, J' Cl FOuRrr-i ROW ' y, D : B. . ' uba I J. . 1 . O d, R. Bodenhorn PRQLQPL, M. Varner,sE MZZETSY, K. Fuszelk S. Graham' ' ' S er, 1, Davis uc. Kms J ' f - Simmers L ' ' UleVY, B. H ld , .McDowell e , F.H.A. The Future Homemakers of America is an organiza- tion of high school girls, who have an interest in estab- lishing a good home and family life, as well as practic- ing democracy in the home and community. Each member not only learns the appreciation of the 'o s and satisfaction of homemakin , but also seeks I Y , .Q the development of creative leadership. 'iff'-Ji is-Q ' X , I inf 4 ' - t ,- Q sxl- X . f 1 . H 'N it 1 Alix, 5. , i, xx gi 'al' , -1. t ' Q., W ' ,, .... f H V Y K A , asf -egg ,?,f,Y6wJ .sm -...ut -, fc., Q A", gi-Q gsgg gxc ssc ' BACK: J. Ulery, B. Held. FRONT: C. Bravshaw, M. Day, J. Marchesi. By group cooperation the Future Homemakers of America stress worthy home membership, as well as in- ternational good-will. Two main proiects this year were: entering an F.H.A. float in the Apollo' Halloween parade, and attend- ing the State Farm Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 43 G-A.A, 5- FXRST RONN. L. Watkerson, NX. Ru frner, P. DXWrnger, J. Rearkc, L Srnhh. SECOND ROW. S. Hoyd, N. Henry, 3. rCneps'nKeXd, P. Onowsrdr, C. DengXer, N. Beany, B. Huichkson, L, Swear, NN. Rearrc, Nl. Why, D. Jackson, E. CXBNNSOU, NX. Day, E. Rrdnards, 0. Bruno, J. Pornpa, S. Waiterson. THXRD ROW: Nr. Skror, 3. NrcCausXand, B. Lynch, B. SXayerKo, 5. Kerr, C. Nkens, P. Hack, 3. Nrarcnesk, NI. Barr, J. Bergwey, NN. Bakirkge, Nr. Stroup, ayener, E. Poydence, 3. Marks, K. FUSIEY, S. Odowskk, D, H'rXernan . Crayener, P. Bernar, NN. KYOICX, B. Re'rgN'r, C. Kins, B s, B. HeXd, X. Davks, D. Nxarangonk, Nr, Varner, d-1.eXKk. Cr OW- D H Haye B. Bu C. FOURTH 'R . Snyder, S. UXery, . SKNKS, E. Nrairerckk, P. Haney, STAN DING 1 C- De ng' er, P. O,-lowskh I, pt Dil linger. SEA-I-E D. D M' DaY. I Marangoni H . Hays! P4 B . emaf GSC SdaY nd Thufunds Mondiysciool rj-SZ def EVery the Wg delight befs O evening eams of The menvpaw In with sir ent, agc partlilmnasrm m G d 9 appom and ts an Cafirlous Spor nizamn :Wig T - QfQa lea' S- kl 5. hfhlS I glrs pOrT 'of d ap af ifggnms avrlhne fhey mans un- if FIRST POW: M. Bowers, B. Schell, A. Reese E. Harley, C. Henman, M. Fouse P. Rearfc, P. Cosfrim, J, Cr SECOND ROW: P ZlAf77f77Efl77 , K. Srewart, J. Chambers K . V. Male-c, C, Sfnirh, B D awforcl l. Majercilc, C. Willf . Pdflfs P. Ferguson, B, Vis an. P. Speer, J, Piggle, M Wflliemson, S. Mosbaugher 7'l'1ll?D POW: B. Sie Knepshleld E 1, , . Shape, E. Ame-no, , avis, C. Berrs, K. Cravener, sms. ely, M. McCullough, J, Varher, H. Z-mos, L. , Srolres, J. Coy, L. Ardwno, M, Passarelll, K, Troup, G. wdff, P. Dubes, D. FGFIDEBU, C. Smffh M. Defvleho, M. Hemphill, C. , S. Allen, P. Barchffeld, l. Davis, N. Mcllwafn, K. Alcorn, P. Ailrehs, E. Wilson, . Kerr, C. Klrlcman, J. Shaeffer, C, Ferrerman, RIGHT: LEFT To ffe' h J. Shae CCOHOLJQ M' MFett9"'Tan Sum McIlWa'n 45 SENIOR HI-Y W. Woods, L. Rupert, J. Degenkolb, T. AieIlo,'K. Scott Sim FIRST ROW. K. Scott, R. Burkett, R. Bence, R. Waltenbaugh, B. Egley, J. Kolik, T. Tressler, G. Crow SECOND ROW: B. Bence, T. Aiello, J. McCauley, R. Heckman, J. Markle, R. Heckman, H. Patterson, Mr. Kier THIRD ROW: L. Rupert, R. Kerr, D. Knepshield, B, Mains, J. McDowell, W. Woods, G. Filer, J. Dengenkolb .l Ill FRESHMAN HI-Y V -., 'N-lm 9 ou, r FIRST ROW D. ' l R' Scon SECOUMY, M, Jack. , M. Schrefongosr shf Rowf A S , L. sucker R THIRDrver, T. Rupgn Hyder, T. Will. f . Hollis! T. W- . O ROW1 N. B I L' Rlwdeba lamson' K. T Ilhamson, rrz, J. Sta,-,kus urkett, D- Talmllgh. Ownsendl R. Rl ' age' J. Black M 'chmdsf J. I ' W5fSOn R ' ' Mains! J Another all-male organization is the Hi'Y. In previous years there has been only one Hi-Y club, but this year the anxious fresh- men necessitated the formation of a second group. The "Sweetheart Contest" and a hay-ride were the main endeavors for this year. In the line of community service, they provided two Christmas baskets and an Easter basket for needy families. KNEELING: R, Williamson. STANDING: J. Shriver, T. Williamson, J. Ortz 3 'lx I: 1 I -ff I 3 I X 4 , ,. LE- iner, B' KOWBIICYJJIIIYI 1 v.oNN1M'RIg vxemmIf'9I I N IRS W1 ' D WS FsecoND RO M 5xr0UP'I' 6 . ngef- gh, ' I-IIIII5 Row: B- wh I FIRST ROW S Floyd C Dengler E Allshouse D Jackson S Watterson E Rzchards SECOND ROW W Rearnc J Rodmckn J Benghley P Black J McCausIand S Muresheska L Stear THIRD ROW D Cravener B Reugh H Hayes J Ulery B Snyder P Suvns I x 9 ,f I FIRSTROW: B, Schall, J, Crawford, M. Bowers, J. Kridler, J. Zimmerman, L, Majercik, N. Plazio, Miss Cooper. SECOND ROW: J. Chambers, C. Smith, C, Byers, S. Kubal, K. Frampton, H. Zanos, J. Stringer, K. Stewart. THIRD ROW: M. Davis, M. Hemphill, R. Wensconis, T. Nelson, J. Stitt, S. Leech, S. Muresheski. it ' L- The Tri-Hi-Y is an organization that works tor the promotion ot good will through helping others. The Tri-Hi-Y is divided into four sec- tions, consisting of Freshmen, Sopho- mores, Juniors, and Seniors. During the year, the girls had projects consisting of Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets. As a special project the Sophomores adopted a local girl and provided ff- clothes and toys for her at Christmas. The groups also had various money- 5 making projects such as candy sales. TRI-HI-Y'S 4- . .,Q if FIRST ROW: Miss Cooper, L. Kough, G. Painter, D, Shoop, B. Morgan, C. Hesketh, P. Parks, C. Hartman, K. Cravener. SECOND ROW: D. Frick, M. McCullough, B. Davis, M Riggle, H. Zawacki, L. McDowell, J. Parsons, C, Betts. THIRD ROW: N. Beck, J. Shellhammer, P. Speer, C, Smith, A. Sefts, S. Benninger, C. Kirkman, C. Fetterman. FOURTH ROW: J. Kennedy, C. Kepple, F. Kalock, S. Wolfe, K. Kennedy, P. Baker, E. Wilson, J. Sproull. 49 BACK: J Black N Burke f ' ' "' W- Aiken , L, s MIDDLE. R. Espy K Cypher, L S haeffer, H. Fulton, L. Dunmire, FRONT: ' ' f - Kffdler, E. B ii, , - Y H. Delledonne, C. Fulton, T, Agegin :sA.j,,f2e?f'c' A PROJECTION CLUB Movies are cerTainly beTTer Than everg especially vvhen They a re shown during a class period. DespiTe The vvhirring sounds, breaking of Tilm, and The flicking picTure, one musT give crediT To The boy behind The proiecTor who makes iT possible Tor The sTudenT- body To view boTh enTerTaining and educaTional Tilms. The person operaTing The pro- iecTor is a member of The projec- Tion club and is giving his Time so ThaT vve may enioy The Tilm. rr xi' 2 ' T f',5 is 2 ' f Q B . "fr:-1 , E553-4 , e ,fi 'Q if 1 r -fx x yliilfmiill iv, I 7! ' ' fi 'lllll Y r 9' . f 1' 1677, f ' . '- :' 4' ' fy I e X ' , OPIC xv V, ' al. ,,fA- 60 .wig , was ' PQ Knzff 2, , Alfie!! f , ' O ' ' 61,0 ' r if 0 - Gff solo no Q The symbolic smile and frown of dramatics certainly can be ap- plied 'fo our own Thespian Troupe. 'PT 1 'jfffv BACK f B FRONT' '.Nel5on Q ' Mus Nelson ' La"'f'Pnna, , E. Richards lbFr-inks. ' ' Black E ' -C Both laughier and hard work are combined by Them in presenting enioyable performances. TH ESPIANS BACK: L. Franks, P. Black. FRONT: J. Beighley, B. Nelson, E. Richards. lawgonl D Bruno! J K . nepshield, J. Beighl ey. M, Fa ' llc,-,e OFFICERS: J. Shriver, P. Mufvhvr J- C B McLaughlin, J. Snyder. R f-07. BACK. S.. . M' FR Walter Cyoigineskol RUSS H I ONVDO s. Gd, R '.,,- , ' 'V Reariq H on Mille, L f Brry DEH d ' 90 MCCUH V e Onnel Lan ef Phil MU, h , nba Y F15 k P y J - n ,John Snyde, S r ohn Shriver Ja k 'S r Tet, ' C M If 1 e Feffero, CLaU9hlii-i, Our varsity lettermen make up the membership of this organiza- tion. Letters are earned for par- ticipation in the required number of game quarters. The annual initiation of new members provides humorous en- tertainment tor established club members and curious onlookers, as the stunts are performed under unusual circumstances. nu... . QA t Q St! dwe sr keg s vrslev B Gm J D, Vulun d S Kng L o U D Hnlt :kms OW S Mcilauslan d Q We S HRST R W Gfa Y X d E Be Nm f R Nl1ll6f v ner G calaefone P NlCGU"e N Flovd L TOY K ar coND ROW l on N Jackson C Neg Weslon l. Walker SEDagan R Hollls nd F pegflla .l Barlo ge lq R lock H Bas T fl d D Ka Tl'llRD ROW P OW ll M Cravenef C Woo S 3 Fulton D P100 l B mer OURTH ROW M ea F 5 Loase T Newlon WzTh ouTspread arms These lun nor hugh boys and gurls proTecT The sTudenT body of A H S In The morning, durmg The lunch hours and aT dnsmlssal rob durechng sTudenTs The sTreeTs They are on The safely across AT The an y each eughTh grade paTrolman IS presenTed a small pun, an exacT I rep :ca of The one he wore on duTy nual award assembl SAFETY PATRCL iv f' -4' Watch your step" l l X T l s' l ., . 'v 'l '.l ' S I ' I ur 1 s K- T ., x ,- v , , ', v 'r . 1 4 I A . .' ,' kg :x V , ' .xc- . , .- ' X' xv x Tv, I ' A, ,X 4 T ' l' 1 . . ' l , . T T , T l C ,M I I D f J' I 1 , ' ' , 'Y Nl A r . I . V ' I I . ' T I ' l I , - I l 1 T I Q V . . - ' I . . ' 1 ' l I ' I l T I ""' - .N -1' 4' '4-Li. D Skrol -f h r l. Vemer ,, ll A SP' e if Q 2Ki.' I MU 4 I il I I I H O I Q 1 I sl 1 xl rrjgj IH I J ' H1 'E-"""""""" PM 4. h WW- x rin 494 4 T 'fd ,gm g 2 ,.. flaw.:-H11 Ni Qi P' . iii? f 'fr 154' 'fi Q .1 .Q . . . -4' 01.4 :li ' ,-, , ' ,. 4 1 1 'jf' 5. . -'. -tr! Ar- E . 6 , , . ' +I ,, , , I 1 '-I I. ' fl- I f ,H 154-5 mam: :nf im., Iii! ' :V ff? ' I , ' Q I , td . Ig.: 2 ifii 1zH5lf'L F i 1 -Q In 'K Q3-i s :E A lj' 1 i qi," . .L 1 f 1 m , ' 5 s , M 1 p ' , .8 A !, J, as u if K IQ is gl 5 mti I- J I Q -39 . , 1., 1 V - A, ,bf 3, g , if ,S , , t "" b J 5 2 -Hia I A5:,u,,, ' . . . if ! , M- , 21,5 Q ' K l I Z ' It Xl Xl X f . .1 ' xl tl A xx 1 K 1 1 x x x . ' ,W I 1 ' ,X I ,X H ng' If . l wski C Dengler. E Ma'ercilc. FRONT: D. Bruno, .l. Ulery, P. Silvls, P. Bernal, P. Or o , . MIDDLE: S. Watterson, J. McCauslancl, H. Hayes, S. Shamberger, P. Black, B. Budzilek, . I BACK: L. Campbell, B. Nelson, S, Cagna, R, Larnanna, N. Henry, B. A. Held. STANDING: Mrs. Smith, Mr. Yarnovic. . ,X Business Staff qui- Co-Editors and Adviso r .fx KISKITAS STAFF Pictures scattered here and there, typewriter k e y s clicking, pictures being drawn, layouts be- ing dravvn, traced, and re-drawn. What is going on? The Kiskitas staff is at work. Along with the actual produc- tion of the yearbook, there is the problem of financing it. This money is raised through subscrip- tions, advertisements, the Kiskitas shoppe, and the sale of peanuts, candy, pen and pencils and can- dles. With the aid of their advisors, Mrs. Smith and Mr. Yarnovic, the Kiskitas staff works to present the student body a yearbook that will remind them of all the important events during the school year. En- ioy it. li .5 We ,c TIGER GAZETTE During activity period on M onday, room 303 becomes the "editing" room of the high school newspaper. News articles are assigned and school gossip is recorded for "Peek- ing Around" and "Tiger Tails." The newspaper is published bi-weekly. The staff again sponsored their annual Christmas party for under-privileged children in the local area. Toys were collected, repaired, and wrapped by the staff members and then delivered by Santa Claus. In addition to the 20 children Slalf Heads entertained at the party, the T. G. provided toys for 52 boys and girls living in outlying districts. .iq Guthrie, Barchiteldf Klingensmvl 1 S Baker' Spencer, Townsend' Graham Bemal' Have ell B bzilek LY"lCh' Marks' I ' W . I V avenen Zimmermamu am DeMeno, Mf-Dowdumol Beggl'tlEYf U Q Clawson, BACK: Cl i li Davis, UlerYf Mc W Mdmiiaan, Davis' ww May, HU'Cl"5on' Heldliirgdson Reicher1baugl::Kin9 Skrot. H gh K0walczYl4, Slear' l V U-HRD: ' F nermaf ' C ou I Barr, 5l'OUp'.ZanoSlenZler, Mosbau9lWe"' MC U Flemlngf B d . OY - . lg, Rutfnef' Frick Richards, Bruno' Mrs K Slueld' lac V , . lgmtih, nep mom: Aff-otdvi D'll"'ger . 4- 46 I3 L MQW-1 NSF? QQ Q if 1 ,r gil I I X 1, 'Q .................., Circulation and Advertising I -un-.-an .'. Feavure Staff Q , -X k. News Svaff in WN nga '70' QC aah Qs Sfaff Sports Staff 'S' M.,-Q 'ry-"4 ,Dbl-,nf .215- N14 .r X. A x 17, Q ...If- 'rf vi , V sg W f"?'+. J f . . 'N-ij R? , 4. . kia' Q' AD., In x in 0- -9- XX ,tg ,.. O X 6X9 ,ff 3 vu 'X ""V K - + . A 19' 1- 1 Qs, 5 3 , . Joyce Ulery Captain, Majorerres 'ts 'th J Gallagher R Egly J McCauley, S. DiNunzio, FOURTH ROW: E. Bliss, L. Krldler, R. Kllngensrnr , . , . , . H. Panerson, J. Shrlyer, B. Kerr, L. Dunrnlre, B. Kllngensrnirh, J. Jackson, T. Moyer, W. Richards, D. Guthrle, K. Cyphert. THIRD ROW: J. Marks, J, Knepshield, J. Ma'chesl, Nl. Passarelll, A. Snyder, J, Marchesi, M. Black, T. Spahr, J. Black, L, Campbell, R. Richards, M. Baldrige, K. Fuszek, K. Hallman, D. Gray, B, Waugaman. SECOND ROWz Mlss Snyder, R. Tarosky, P. Costrinl, C. Knepshield, K. Alcorn, L. Vallosio, R, Bush, L. Shaffer, M. Brodhead, P. Srnlrh, N. Mall.-fain. C. Srnnh, B. Lynch, T. Siverllng, P. Dillinger, J. Zimmer- man. ' ' J Shaeffer J. Orrz, J. Kolelc, B. SHN, E. Smhh, FlRST ROW: L. Slicker, G. Pavntef, J. Pozzanr J. Bee , , J. Cos1rini,J,S1anlcus. S.Walker, J. Rlggle, S. Shoemaker. N. Beatty. SENIOR BAND f , MAJORETTES Cap am Joyce Ulery W I -..---.Q I fi Q4 X' 1 wax N ands A COLOR GUARDS D. Marangoni th Wm P. Spencer N. Klingensmi P. Silvis fvvadan c Sho UD 1 Bear!! The B19 I LOVSIY HU a Hands LEFT TO RIGHT Dora Liz R. liz C. Marlene Parry Joyce Wh ai 5 bea -4. gill ul 5 N ass.. Ueefl P BAND GGVERNING BOARD L ad" LEFT TO RIGHT: J, Gallagher. L Richards, L. Campbell, J. Marchesi R. Tarosky, B. Stitf, K. Alcorn, J Riggle. CENTER: Miss Snyder. FOURTH ROW: H Fulton G B h . , . us , E. Baker, R. Weslon, R Hoover, D. Rupert, J. M I k . Kaufman, R. Tomicek, R. Bush, C. Clawson, K. a e ar, R. Brodhead. THIRD ROW: B. Silvis, D. Hilry, C. Delb, C. Obrior, C. Wells, D. Gray, R. Held, S. Espy, N. Jackson, C. Rosensfeel, L. Vallosio, C. Durandefro SECOND ROW: S. Lodse, V. Hilry, R. Moyer, D. Orrz, D. Jaworski, W. Grady, K. Snyder, L. Cosfrini, D. Tarbell, D. Smail. FIRST ROW: B. Richardson, L. Zimmerman, B. Black, S. Painfer, J. Mirchell, Pryor, R. Miller, Miss Snyder. JR. BAND , L. J McCauleY B' Kerr Campbell, K' Fusze , . der- - . M SS 5"Y . Shriver, sl DiNUr:1zIjJ.fMarchesi, L. Frhnkg Slnnhl J. Gallagher STANDlNG:TJlVlOyer, J- Zlmnl3er!l31,lJ. Shriveff P' Sm Baldflge' ' ' cs. k A. snvdfff M' Kolekf . sheffef' J' SEATED. L- J. Kunkle, J. Radebach, P. DANCE BAND SENIOR H'GH ERS S QFFIC CHQRU GHT: LEFT TQ RI D Mara,-,goini A L Campbel W E. Richards MA Black .' 22 'r 'v1 ini A ww. I , 'r.e K X at X rx? Ra 5 i v , 'J we ' x li . ,a. , 1 . . I 'K ' 1 Q , Q W Q., . tl .V if ' FIRST ROW. G. Wfllf Flemin ' amson, C. Berrs, K. Fuszek, J. Belghley, B. Waugaman, P. Black, J. Knepslnield, S. g, S, Shoemaker, L. Rlclvards, P. Dillinger, SECOND ROW: M. Baldrige, C. Ferrerman, D, Farfneau, C. Kirkman, S. Benninger, L, Davis, T. Nelson, P. Spencer, N. Mcllwain, J. Shaffer, M. Hemphill, J. Marks, N. Beck, J. Marclwesl. THIRD ROW. A. Snyder, L. Krldler, J. Kolek, T. Spahr, R. Ardufno, J. Sproull, K. Kennedy, C. Knepshield. D. Marangonf, R. Walrenbaugh, J, Zimmerman, J. Cosrrirvi, J. Marclvesi, T. Siverling, R. Egly. FOURTH ROW: E. Smfllu, S. DiN4Jnzio, P. Smirlw, L Campbell, K. Cyplverl, R. Tarosky, R. Mains, B. Hankey, N. Burkerr. J. McCauley, L. Sluaeffer, J. Gallagher, B. Srirr. GIRLS' SEXTET FOURTH ROW: M. Hemphill, M, Newton, C. Knepshield, T. Nelson, M. Reigh, S. Allen, K. Alcorn, K. Hall- man. THIRD ROW: M. Passarelli, C. Smith, M. Davis, B. Stewart, J. Andring, R. Wensconis, C. Byers, K Stewart, H. Zanos. SECOND ROW: P. Rearic, S. Shumaker, E. Ameno, N. Beatty, B. Bliss, J. Zimmerman, J. Stringer, E. Harley. FIRST ROW: S. Truby, S. Muresheski, C. Barr, J. Chambers, J. Kridler, B. Schall, L. Maiercik, M. Bowers. 'lt T C FRESHMAN J CHORUS D. Marangoni, M. Baldrige, . Marchesi, K. Fuszek, K. Kennedy. ACCOMPANIMENT: J. Gallagher, J. Zimmerman. Our choral groups provide the vocal background for many civic and scholastic activities. Under the supervision ot Mr. Gallagher, the chorus presented the operetta, "Okla- homa," mid-winter and spring festivals and provided the music for our annual Christ- mas play. Those who were unable to attend the chorus' performances could enjoy th e i r melodious harmonies on wax, tor this year the chorus recorded a Christmas album. fz, J f ,s ,Ji .z ,L 70 ' Z 2 . ., W. Q W iz W -4,4 ,fig W .W ,y 'Q ""s. 115 QL - f X :Tm 6.q' g 1 '. , ,fr , Apollo Apollo APOIIO Apollo AP0llo APOllo Apollo APOIIO J Zanos, B. Kerr, J. McCauley, BACK: J. Durandetto, J. Costrini, B. Hill, B. Bence, E. Bliss, D. Eckman, . D. Plazio, D. Hilty, B. Hall, J. Stankus. MlDDLE: Mr. Battist, M. Turner, L. Daugherty, B. Tarosky, L. Walker, J. Fullerton, D. Clark, B. Mains, R. Heckman, D. Bernat, R. Heckrnan, J. Maiersky, K. Walker, S. DiNunzio, L. Hall, K. McCausland, R. Williamson, M. Schrekongost. FRONT: Mr. Atanesko, R. Moore, R. Knight, L. McCune, W. Woods, L. Rupert, B. Hankey, J. Stone, G. Guzolik, J. Snyder, L. Frank, D. Rearic, J. McLaughlin, J. Shriver, P. Murphy, B. Watterson. MANAGERS: K. Scott, H. Shank, J. Rearic. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 31 Saltsburg 6 . 19 B'a'fSvllle' iQ Bell-Avon 19 ledbank . 24 eechbwr A 6 Washlngfin - Heeporf wp' l 3 Oakfnont i COACHES. . Mr. Battist and Mr Afan k . es 0 Run, Don, fun! I1 can't be that bad! The pause that refreshes. FOOTBALL ,4 ,, W E E 4, iv . , A ,L 'z PHILLIP MURPHY f , W -'Mx wav. ,, , .,- M, G01OUK GRIDIRON OUR SENIOR we do we w wig XNOOD S Do of -14 CA' 44014 U GHZ IN x-WNER 5 N TIGERS D ROBERT BENCE 506 19 uv? 9- R4 JOHN SN YDEP 'f STANDING: G. Waker, L Shaiter, L. V-, n R. Nelson, D. Eckman. ' W. Woods, Mr. Bamst, Co-Captain S. DiNun1.1o. KNEELING: Co-Captam W .P.I.A.L. SECTION 21 CHAMPIO NS Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Apollo Vandergrift 7 Export East Deer 77 Vandergrift 7 77 Leechburg 77 7 'Elderton 7 'Bell-Avon 7 'Elders Ridge BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 7777766 48 44 62 60 7 40 77775l 47 'Washington Twp. 749 'Saltsburg 7 'k 'k 777 60 Apollo 86 Apollo 62 Apollo 58 Apollo 7 67 Apollo 7777 62 Apollo 65 Apollo 7 7779 Apollo 7777 76 Apollo 777769 Apollo 77 768 Apollo 768 Section 2l-B Competition ' W.P.l.A.L. Quarter-final game. 'Dayton 77 7 7 'Slwannock Valley Franklin Twp. 'Elderton 7 7 'Bel-Avon 7 7 'Elders Ridge 7 'Washington Twp. 'Saltsburg 7 77 'Dayton 7 7 7 "Sl1annock Valley "Avonworth 7 65 56 61 37 54 7 58- 77 7 65 7 77777 54 77 55 77 7 61 77 79 STANWNGZ KNEELLNG' COACHES Mr. Battist,- Mr. Jackson Mr. lm Mama D, Ta jacksO0f M' Lv. SQUAD D. Guthrie, 54 1,Williarnson. saavesongosl' age C. Baer, 3 i . L4 B, Taroskyl D. Pl31l0i L. Hall- Dau9he'W' J' .45 X legal I X23 I 71 XA 1 5 Walkef, 77 L-JJ 1. Q' X x BOB NELSON SENIOR NETTERS O GETTO RON FULTON WALTER WOODS Co-Captam PHILLIP MURPHY 12-I JOHN SHRIVER I l'.I C Gpfafn-, P , 1 R,-W ' xv Aa A H. P' 4' ff' wg? 5 ,, f . W, Y . L I , I ,NJ ,.4.. . , A 1 Lv . 4, . ........,. 1 --,...v - .4.- ,-,.4. 'Y' HYLLIS ORLO WSKI . fn' VARSITY CHEERLEADERS P M BERNAT 'Y f X , .QLI ICTRONR E ik x . I ,L .f ,ka xii "XV ,xg AQ f , , WA lA WANA STEAR A BECKy HUTC H V f fm Qf X ,Vg fa , , . ' , . n W f if V " W ,Qi 3 1-CM x-MEN '15, fx-2,1 , six, UA 5 'BX -N If HAYES ISON J.V. CHEERLEADERS FRONT ROW: Mary Alice McCul- lough, Pat Dillinger, S a n d y Mosbaugher. SECOND ROW: Nancy Mcllwain, Becky Slaviero. N Pafnczglllldcllwaln M B 'HQ ' afv efky slavffg Sand,-5 lmiiullou ' aushe, 'Ns XXX Helen Hayes, Pat Bernat, Lawana Steer, Becky Hutchison, Phyllis Or- lowski. 82 V'-..'1'w,-, -.L V, .,. 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N V' .4 V-.,5g.3lC jf .S H ASJ4 4g,"f M ff V' - .--V' V' I . ,,,.-rw, A V", fizg, ,X fy 4, Qwifiggif' as wc. xl' 'f?1fsffQE21 Q y 'Z , f f 1. 4 .1 Y K ' ' if. f A .1 ' z f YV f 'Q V. 3, 5 3 7 ' ilgkyigf ,- V Q Muni, V QA fx ' '- Q :Q,VVz1g?,v.4f,3',f , V, i: 'L V. ,k , ,K 4 xi V3 Quan, 'L wi 83 WITTIEST Pat Bemat Leo Getto ...gpm NEATEST APPEARANCE CI'1risTy Dengler Bob Bence SENIOR PERSONALITIES ,-x 49' MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Elizabeth Richards Lee Carmine!! .H .V Q k vw' 'ff ffivn Q1 ,, , ugh Z" N F ' H if 7 iw ' af ' ff' J Ty? ik JZ. 4 ' ' ' J"- ,kf '2'.fI H ,v , , fs, ff h 'M 6 'W v 'Is . .3 .xi ffdfffti' 1,1 3,439 Q ii gy if ,,,., , jig , - ' L1 K U' 'fy , ffffgiz- i 55 ?? md a ,4 ' W' iw! ? ia ,f J' '---r X, Q ' 1 ,X , '-6. uhh , Y and me d Q3 OU Hera ules O'B, fan disco vering .5 J clue??? Cunain ca ' .X xg 5' if 1 A . 1 Kin Qigb CHRISTMA 'Gee, thanks, Santa !" Orn! Good to the last drop! 'V 6 1 Adoration of the Magi. Hr l They came from near and far. 1 wa if Toyland! IME AT A.H. . ol ,agjpef Holid3Y heavy! The faculty lets their hair down. The true spirit of Christmas. 'L 1 "" Y O. Santa's helpers! 'fy ner 6, C e,,O46iQ6 4 ei C7 .7 KING PHILLIP QUEEN JOYCE J REIGNING ROYALTY n Y 'Nm coRoNAT1oN COURT JOYCE PHILLIP Eg CHRISTY ART i 'fi nf . .yn f' N xg 1 ix X X mt H GOST QHRECON SUSIE RON PEG JOHN PX PA Y BODEN1-1 Sl-IAM BERGERORN 1, lr , 1 PHYLLIS RON i' DORA JOHNNY JOYCE JACK 3 A mfg W Q, J, JUNIOR-SENIOR ,gl PROM -1957 M Km , , , ,si -S E? M 2-'ff 'Qi' A . . r ,, QLWJI ,Qfff-www 5, w + ' ix ,A,f4f-V 1 . L. MH' .wwf- 'RF -R fi N. ff . JT A f, ll ADMINISTRATION A L CAMPBELL B S M Ed Slippery Rock State Teachers Unnversuty of Prttsburgh Supervising Principal EVELYN LYONS Secretary Aoollo Area Jo Hugh School SEATED Paul Kepple Mrs Lyons Perry Walker Roy L Jewell Alvm Byers Eugene Crawford STANDING Walter Shoop Oral J Taylor Ralph Black W Leech Hunter Robert Held Sam Gallagher Cecal Shaeffer - - , . ., . . Q S-1 W ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' HERBERT SCHNIEDER, B.S., M.Ed. Bloomsburg State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University High School Principal CAROL BAKER High School Secretary In our Apollo Area Schools we have a Three man Team conslsTing of Mr A L Campbell Mr H E Schnieder and Mr Wm McGary These Three along wiTh their secreTarles Take care of The formal business of The school Behind The admmisTraTnve Team we have a Joint School Board of flTTeen members from The Apollo NorTh Apollo and Kiski Township School DnsTrncTs Each local board raises The necessary funds Through Taxes and wiTh The and of sTaTe appropriations finances The school IRENE MCCAUSLAND School Nurse MURRAY ARMSTRONG BS Grove City College Home and School Visitor The admlnlsTraTlve Team plans The currl culum and is responsible for The high sTand ards of our program Upon our faculTy falls The duTy of execuhng The plans of The adminis Tration The school board members and The sTaTe school program ffl X MAX AFANESKO, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Geography, Social Studies PATRICIA ANGLE, B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Biology, American History DONALD BATTIST, A.B. University of Pittsburgh History V, I 1 Roiwr v. BOYD, Bs. nclif na eachers College Co e ial Education jfv xf' Ir, ruff? ERNEST CADWELL, B.S. California State Teachers College Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing VICTOR CARUSO, B.S. Clarion State Teachers College Arithmetic, English VIRGINIA COOPER, B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College English ELAINE CREIGH, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Horne Economics, Cafeteria Manag. CHARLES DAVIS, B.S., M.Ed. California State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University Guidance Counselor JANE DAVIS Edgewood Park Junior College Librarian i l T iw it it JAMES FALLONE, B.S. lndiana.State Teachers Colle e 9 English VIOLET FONNER, B.S. California State Teachers College Academic Mathematics HAROLD FULTON, B.S., M.Ed. Indiana State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania State University Mathematics JOSEPH FUSZEK, B.S., M.Ed. Slippery Rock State Teachers College University ot Pittsburgh Health, Physical Education FULTON GALLAGHER, B.M.E. Indiana State Teachers College Music DONALD HINDMAN, B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers Science WILLIAM JACKSON, B.S. Westminster College Social Studies DONNA JOHNSON, B.S., M.Ed. Slippery Rock State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania State University Health and Physical Education ELIOT KIER, B.A. Roberts Wesleyan College University of Pittsburgh General Science, Math KATHRYN LUKEHART, B.S., M.Ed. Indiana State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh Special Education FRANCES MENTCH, B.S., M.Ed. Indiana State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University Home Economics GRACE MILLER, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Geography MARGARET MOORE, Normal Certificate California State Teachers College English, History LOUISE NELSON, BS. Grove City College Latin, French, English ANNA PLATT, AB. University of Southern California Art FLORABELL SCHNIEDER, B.S. Bloomsburg State College Math, Science, Typing STEVE SHREMSHOCK, B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Physical Education, Driving Education ODESSA SMITH, B.S. Grove City College Commercial Education LOIS SNYDER, B.M.E. Otterbein College instrumental Music SARA STEWART, B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College University ot Pittsburgh Geography, English MARlE STITT, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Special Education JOHN YARNOVIC, B.S. Clarion State Teachers College English, World History isbn-A of 'Y iw? 1 N- 4 M I ,v.., ,, ,ga Q 'v . .S .ff M. fn- aol XA fm- , f 'frfrf , 's 1 -' ' ,. gl i',A: 1 1 ' 1' ' V . ., 1 H? .lv , 4 f 15 .L M2 ' -If Congrafulaiions +o +l1e Class of '58 From Your Phofographer SHAFFER'S STUDIO APOLLO WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY Complimefns Complefe Line of Builders Supplies of Norge Appliances Kyanize Pain+s Arms+rong Furnaces WARREN AVENUE Gr. 2-I78I WM. "BILL" ALTMIRE Bed Wishes Gem' "'Su'a"ce APOLLO INSURANCE AGENCY Phone Grover 2-5543 303 FIRST ST. APOLLO, PA. ANNA F. ARMITAGE, Mgr. Living i'r pm P' APOLLO NEWS STAND 222 Warren Ave. APOLLO, PA. Gr. 2-l84I GETTO'S BARBER SHOP 230 Warren Ave. APOLLO PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY QUEEN The Cone Wi+I1 +I1e Curl on Top RIVER ROAD NORTH APOLLO, PA. J. L. HARMON Insurance Agency, lncorporalecl APOLLO A l J. L. HARMON gelD.sWESLEY ELwooD NEWS RECQRD 2I7 Firsl Sl. 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HAYES HELEN LOUISE 1Y 2 3 4 Trger Gazette 2 3 4 C leader 4 Knskltas 4 GSC I 2 G1rls Basketball rn 2 3 4 GAA 3 HELD BETTY ANN Tuger Gazette 3 4 K1sk1tas 4 FHA 3 4 Grrls Basketball Team 4 GA A 3 4 HELD RUSSELL B Prolectlon Club I Vars1ty Club 3 4 Baseball 2 HENRY NANCY JANE rary Club 3 4 Kskutas 4 GAA FHA HENRY NANCY JANE Llbrary Club 3 4 Krskutas 4 GAA 4 F H A 3 4 HENRY WILLIAM opolltans I 2 3 4 Sc nce Club I 2 I6 1on Club I Intramural Basketball I 2 3 4 orus I 2 JACK ZELDA LARUE T1ger Gazette 2 3 4 Tr1H1Y I GAA 3 GSC F H H1Y 34G CI JONES DAVID Scuence Club I Football I Basketball I Chefs Club 4 KEELEY WALTER MARLIN KINS CAROLYN ANN er Gazette3 FHA I 2 3 4 G KNEPSHIELD DENNIS CARL SCIENCE Club I 2 H1Y 4 KNEPSHIELD JUNE ELLEN Rellglous Educatxon I Neopolutans 2 Band 4 Thesplans 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Chorus 4 M1xecl Quuntette 2 MALEC STANLEY CHARLES Basketball I 2 Baseball Manager I Chefs Club 4 KROZEL WILMA JEANNE rary Club 3 4 c1ence Club H G C 2 GAA 3 4 LAMANNA RONALD RICHARD T esprans 3 4 K1sk1tas 4 LOCKARD RONALD DAVID Chefs Club 4 MAJERCIK ELEANOR M Tlger Gazette 3 Krskltas 4 GSC I 2 GAA MCCAUSLAND JOYCE ELAINE H1Y 3 4 Studen C 3 Basketball Team 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 K1sk1tas 4 Tnger Gazette 3 GSC I 2 GAA MCCUNE LEO FRANCIS Tlger Gazette 3 Varslty Club 3 4 Intramural etball I 2 3 4 Scrence Clubl 2 C 4 Football I MCLAUGHLIN JACK EUGENE otball I 2 3 4 Va slty Club I 3 4 C Club 4 MILLER RONALD HENRY Baseballl 2 3 Footballl 2 3 Chorusl Varsnty Clu I 2 3 4 Art Clubl 2 Chefs Club4 MURESHESKI SILVIA JEAN :Y S MURPHY PHILLIP ANDREW Vars1tyClub2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Football 4 Ba NELSON BEVERLY JOAN T H1YI 2 Llbrary Clubl Malorettel FHA NELSON ROBERT JAMES JR Neopolutans 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Thespnans 3 4 Klskltas 4 Chorus 2 3 Chefs Club 4 SCIENCE Club I 2 Tuger Gazette 2 Mrxed Quartet 2 ORLOWSKI PHYl.l.lS MARIE ANN Klskltas 4 Student Councll 2 Cheerleader 2 eopolltans 3 4 Tr H Y C REARIC DONALD EDWARD Football 4 Chefs Club 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Baseball REARIC WILMA MAE Tr1H1Y c1ence Club I 2 F REIGH BETTY LOU H1 Y RICHARDS ELIZABETH ANN Tlger Gazette 2 3 4 Neopolltans 2 3 Thespuans M orette 2 3 C orus 3 T H 3 4 Sc nce Clubl GAA Tri-H'-l I, , , : ' , , : beef' ' , z ' ' I 2 ---' , 1 ..- , ' ' , . . . , , ' ' 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. 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SAWYER, THOMAS CHARLES Chef's Club 4, Science Club I, 2, 3, Art Club 3, Tiger Gazette 3. SCOTT, FRAN K SCOTT, KENNETH THOMAS Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basket- ball Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Chef's Club 4. SHAMBERGER, SUSAN PRYDE Tiger Gazette 2, Kiskitas 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. SHRIVER, JOHN ANDREW Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, County Chorus 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I. SILVIS, MARGARET MAE Science Club I, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, Kiskitas 4, Color Guard 4, Student Council 3, F.H.A. I, 2, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4. SLAVIERO, LEONA Tri-Hi-Y 2, G.S.C. I, 2, F.H.A. 2. SLAVIERO, JACK RICHARD Student Council I, 2, 3, Science Club I, 2, Basket- ball I, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3. SLICKER, WILLIAM H. Science Club 2, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Chef's Club 4, Hi-Y 4. SNYDER, BONNIE JEAN Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Nurses Club I, G.S.C. I, 2, Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, 4. SNYDER, JOHN ARDEN Baseball I, Football 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. STEAR, LAWANA FAYLIN Tiger Gazette 3, 4, Science Club I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Kiskitas 4, Maiorette I, 2, 3, Neopolitans 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. I, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Chorus 3. TRESSLER, PAUL THEODORE Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Science ULERY, JOYCE ARLENE Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Kiskitas 4, Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I. VARNER, MARY ELIZABETH Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Nurses Club I, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Library Club I, G.A.A. 3, 4. WATTERSON, SHIRLEY ANN Library Club 4, Science Club I, G.S.C. I, 2, Kiskitas 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. 4. WOODS, WALTER WILLIS III Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Chef's Club 4. 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