Apollo High School - Kiskitas Yearbook (Apollo, PA)
- Class of 1964
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The Senior Class of Apollo High School, hereby dedicates the
1964 Kiskitas to Apollo High School-faculty, custodians, and the
For four wonderful years all our fondest hopes and dreams
have sprung from within these hallowed walls. Her halls have
rung with our laughter and echoed with our solemn defeat. We
entered her gates as meek freshmen but we leave her with an
understanding and longing that only the Seniors knovv. Apollo
High has been the key in molding our futures.
This book is but a small token of appreciation for all that our
school, teachers, and classmates have meant to us, and for the
opportunities afforded us here at A.H.S.
DEATH OF A MARTYR
DeaTh of a marTyr
A greaT man had died
A r1aTloh sorrowed
And a vvldovv cried
The haTror1s sorrow
The wndovvs grief
Thelr loss rs greaT
Their commander In chref
Hrs a soul deparTed
A voice no longer heard
We who once have heard hum
bhall remember every vvord
DeaTh of a marTyr
BUT rToT The Ideals he soughT
A greaT man has dred
Hrs accomplrshmems have noT
A shoT rang OUT
An assassm fled
Then The shockmg hevvs
The Presldem rs dead
Our leader IS rToT gone
Hrs body rs deparTed
Hrs Image lrves on
DeaTh of a MarTyr
BlrTh of LoyalTy
DeaTh of a MarTyr
So we The blmd can see
DeaTh of a MarTyr
Our heads held hugh w1Th pride
DeaTh of a MarTyr
Our Presldem has dued
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
. FRONT ROW, l. to r.: Dr. J. Cooley, N. Shellhammer, C. Shaeffer, E. Duff, A. Byers.
SECOND ROW, I. to r.: J. Guthrie, W. Barchfeld, L. Hunter, E. Crawford, D. Frank,
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The School Board is comprised of fifteen members. Each district, Apollo, Kiski
Township, and North Apollo, have three representatives. Together they adopt and
enforce rules and regulations which are necessary to maintain our school's high
Season after season this behind-the-scenes group has watched us and provided
for us. Our teachers and our broad curriculum have nourished our minds. As our
needs have grown, the board has always given us more funds.
We are greatly indebted to our School Board for the education and training they
have given us.
A. L. CAMPBELL, B.S., M.Ed.
Slippery Rock State College
University of Pittsburgh
CHARLES A. DAVIS, B.S., M.Ed.
California State College
Penn State University
High School Principal
MRS. EVELYN B. LYONS
Secretary to Supervising Principal
Secretary to Joint School Board
MISS KATHLEEN JONES
Secretary to High School Principal
RICHARD W. CUICA, B.S.
Indiana State College
MRS. IRENE McCAUSLAND, B.S.
Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing
University of Pittsburgh
MAX AFANESKO, B.S. LYNN E. ALTER, B.S. JUDY Y, ARNAL, B,A,
lndlUflCl 57016 COHCQE Clarion Slclle Teachers College Thiel College, University ol Pittsburgh, Indiana State
American History, P.O.D., World Culture English Cgllege, Clarion State College
BERNICE S. BLACK, B.S. BARBARA W. Bl.EVlNS, B.S.
Indiana State College Slippery Rock State College, University of Pittsburgh
Reading Physical Education and Health
CHARLES BONELLO, B-S- CAROLYN BOYD, B.S. ERNEST CADWEl.l., B.S.
Edinboro State College Indiana State College California State College
History and Speclal EdUCQllO"' Commerziol Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing
VIRGINIA CAREY, B.5,:M-Ed- RICHARD C. CLARK, B.S. VlOLET W. FONNER
Pennsylvania Slale University indiana Slafe College, University olPiHsburgl'1 California Slate College
Biology, General Science Physics, Chemistry, General Science Mafliemal cs
HAROLD FULTON, 5,54 M'Ed- JOSEPH E. FUSZEK, B.S. in Health and Physical
Penn Slale College, Penn Stare Universily, Universily ECl.j M.Ed.
Ol PIIISIJUVQIN UNVEVSIIY OIHUWGII Slippery Rock College, Universily of Piltsburgh, Penn
Malhemalics Slove University, Springfield College, University of
Colorado, University olMUnicl1
Healllx and Physical Ed.
ROBERT GROSCH, B.S. REBECCA J. GUTHRIE, A.B., Political Science JOYCE HILL, B.S.
Clarion Slave College, Indiana Stare College Wilson College Clarion Slate College
Music llernporaryl L brcrian
GEORGANN JERKO, B.S. DONNA JOHNSON, B.S., M.Ed. ELIOT A. KIER, B.A.
Indiana State College Slippery Rock College, University of Pittsburgh Roberts College, University of Pittsburgh, University ol
Literature, Business English, Advanced Composition, Physiwl ECIUCUIIOVM Health Cornell
Speefh General Science
SUSAN C. KINNEY, B.S. JOHN LABANISH, B.A, DOROTHY A. LEAR
Indiana State College St. Vincent College Indiana State College, Penn State University
Home Economics English, History Art
KATHRYN C. LUKEHART, B.S., NI.ECl. R. LEROY MARTIN, B.S. GRACE J. MILLER, B.S.
Indiana State College, University of Pittsburgh Anderson College Indiana State College, University of Pittsburgh
Special Education lSenior Highl Geography, History History, Civics
JOSEPH MNISZAK, B.A. PHILLIP A. MURPHY, B.A. ROBERT NICHOLS, B.S,
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Russwon Hfsvory Mofhemotwcs
STEVE SHREMSHOCK, B.S.,i M.S. VIRGINIA C, SMITH, B.S. ODESSA H. SMITH, B.S.
Shppery Rock CoIlege, Universiiy ofr'1HS"Jurgh SIippery Rock Collggg Grove Cry Cdlege
Heulvh, Physccl Education, History EmgIIsh Commerc cl
LOIS E. SNYDER, B. Music Ed., M.A. Music JACQUELINE M. TOWNSENID, B.S. I JOSEPH VANGRINI 3.5,
EdUC6IIOr1 Indwnnu Stofe COIISQE, UVWIVGVSIIY OI Rennes' Umm" Indwlno S0095 CoIIegc, Unwers3Vy of Pwsbur
Omybe ,, COHQQE Ccmegge Tech swfy of Pnfsburgh vcrsny cf Scufherrv CGI fomio
Bond Fhyycol Scwences, Moth, French MQW,
L to R.: Mr. Sloan, Mr. McCausland, Mr. Coulter, Mr. Heckman
And now we take our hats off in
deep gratitude to these, our custodians,
who have patiently tolerated us and
cleaned up our dirt, paper wads, and
scott marks. lt is with sincere appre-
ciation that we thank them for keeping
our school an object of pride. Too often
we tail to acknowledge their services,
but we wish now to assure them that
they are admired and loved.
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As The buds of spring unfolded a new season, Apollo High School welcomed
a new Freshman class. AT This Time we organized as a class under The super-
vision of Mr. Shremshock. Class officers were Richard Fowler-PresidenT, Lor-
raine Gallo-Vice PresidenT, RoberTa Morgan-Secretary, and Denny CoulTer-
Treasurer. We Then assumed a role in The life of A.H.S. by selecTing "The Green
CaThedral" as our song, lavender and whiTe as our colors, whiTe rose as our
flower, and "Where There's a will There's a way" as our moTTo.
Summer noT only changed our individual characTers, buT also our life as a
class. As Sophomores we chose DoT PesTer-PresidenT, Diana HeTrick-Vice Pres-
idenT, Bunny Clark-SecreTary, and Diana Miller-Treasurer, To guide us Through
The year's acTiviTies. Under The direcTion of faculTy advisors, Mr. Vangrin and
Mr. Nichol, we sponsored many money-raising proiecfs including candy sales,
bake sales, and Two successful dances.
WiTh The approach of fall, we as Juniors began an indusTrious year of Prom
planning. A magazine drive, candy sales, and dances provided The needed
funds for "NloonliT Garden," The highlighT of The year. WiThouT The aid of Mr.
WashingTon and Mrs. Townsend as advisors and Ed Smoyer-PresidenT, DoT
PesTer-Vice PresidenT, Bunny Clark-Secretary, and Denny CoulTer-Treasurer,
This would noT have been possible.
As Old Man WinTer dominaTed The campus of A.H.S., we Seniors Took ad-
vanTage of our remaining days aT our Alma MaTer. NoT only do we leave
wiTh fond memories, buT also wiTh brighT hopes for The fuTure. The Senior
BanqueT, BaccalaureaTe, and a glorious GraduaTion will always be Treasured
as The climax of a rewarding high school life. We owe The success of This
year To DoT Pester-PresidenT, Sue Smith-Vice PresidenT, Bunny Clark-SecreTary,
Diana Miller-Treasurer, and our ready, willing and able advisor, Mr. Afanesko.
Cjxecufzbe Goufzczf l
STANDING J Ferguson, J. Shriver, P, Nelson, J. Woods. SECOND ROW: C. MarTin, J. Kennerdell, K. Fennell, C. Cline, S. McGaughey FIRST ROW
D Pesfer S SmlTh D. Miller, B. Clark, G. Morrow, R. Morgan.
DAVID lVlARlON BATlSTlG
"Meddle not with him that flattereth with his lips!"
JOSEPH EUGENE BAYLOR
Hi-Y-1, 2, 3 KV. Pres.Jg Chefs Club-4
"Jeer none, respect all."
CHARLES ALAN BLYSTONE
"A careless song with a little nonsense in it now and then
makes life pleasing."
LARRY NEIL BOPP
"There's time enough for that."
SUSAN JANE AUSTlN
G.S.C.-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-4, Liberty-2, 3, Student
Council-3, Tri-Hi-Y-if Chorus-1
"The highest wisdom is continual cheerfulnessf'
ELAINE MARIE BAFIK
F.H.A.-if G.A.A.-3, 4, G.s.c.-1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y-1, Library Club-3,
Chorus-1, Tiger Gazette-4
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."
ROGER ALLEN BUSH
Hi-Y-1, 2 lPres,J 3 CSec.l,
"Quarrels would not last long if the fault was only on one
BONlTA LYNN CLARK
Student Council-3 fSec.J5 National Honor Society-3, 4, Library
Club-1, 2, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4 lPres.Jg Kiskitas'3, 4 lEditor-in-Chiefjg
Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-lg J.V. Maiorette-lg Chorus-1,
2, 3, 4 CPres.Jg Sextette-l, 2, 3, 4 CAccompanistJ, Class Sec.-
2, 3, 4
"The first element of success is the determination' to succeed."
SANDRA JEAN CLARK
Trl-Hi-Y-'lg G.S.C.-l, 2, G.A.A.-3, 41 Tiger Gazette-3, 4
"I leave with a full heart, a full mind, a full life."
DENNIS EARL CLEVER
Football-I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-3, 4
"The door to success is labeled Push."
CINDY CAROL CRISSMAN
"Humble love, not proud science, keeps the door of
CAROL ANN CROW
Tri-Hi-Y-I, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Neapollotans-T
"The daintiest come last to make the end more sweet."
CAROL ANN CLINE
Tiger Gazette'2, 3, 4, Chorus-2, 3, 4, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-
Q, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-'lg Library Club-4
"Saddle your dreams before you ride them."
DONALD HARRIS CLOUD
Varsity Club-3, 4, Football-3, 4, Basketball-3, 4
"The best gift to man is a friend."
ANTHONY MARTIN CORDERA
"Top Notch" Academic
Band-I, 2, Basketball-I, 4, Chefs Club-4
"A rolling stone gathers no moss."
DENNIS BRUCE COULTER
Band-'l, 2, 3, Varsity Club-2, 3, 4, Football-4, Basketball-
2, 3, 4
"Put not a point to your wit lest it be blunted."
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MARLEN E JOYCE DU BAS
Tri-Hi-Y-I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A.-4, G.A.A.-4
"He that has patience may compass anything."
BARBARA JEAN ECKMAN
Tri-Hi-Y-1, Library Club-1, 2, ssc.-1, G.A.A.-4, rigerenes-1
"They that sow in tears, reap in joy."
KENNETH IRA ECKMAN
"Victory belongs to the most perseveringf'
LARRY EUGENE FABER
"We can do anything we want to do if we stick to it long
STEPHEN JOSEPH DELLEDONNE
"He who laughs last, laughs best."
PATRICIA LOUISE DEVERS
Tri-Hi-Y-1, F.T.A.-I, J.V. Maiorettes-I, Varsity Nlaiorettes-
2, 3, 4, Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, Sextette-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2,
3, 4, Tigerettes-I, 2, 3, 4
"No man is exempt from saying silly things, the misfortune
is in saying them painstakingly."
JAMES EDWARD FERGUSON
Football-I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-3, 4, Chefs Club-4
"There's nothing like being used to a thing."
KAREN DEE EENNELL
Tri-Hi-Y-I CHistorianJ, Library Club-I, 2, G.S.C.'I, 2,
G.A.A.-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Student Council-I, 2, 4,
Chorus-2, 3, 4, Neapollotans-3, J.V. Cheerleaders-3, Var-
sity Cheerleaders-4, Senior Executive Council-4
"My Memory is the thing I forget with."
PATRICIA ANN FOY
Tri-Hi-Y-2, F.H.A.-Ig Neapollotans-I, Tiger Gazette-47 Student
"A good name is far better than riches."
RONALD RAY FULTON
Chess Club-I, Science Club-'I IVice Pres.j7 Kiskitas-3, 4, Chefs
"I know a trick worth two of that."
WILLIAM HARVEY HENRY
Chess Club-I, Science Club-I CPres.J
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market."
DIANA KAY HETRICK
Library Club-Ig F.T.A.-2, 3, 4, G.s.C.-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y-'lg Student Council-4 CPres.Jg Thespians-2, 3, 4 lPres.jp
Tiger Gazette-2, Neapollotans-2, J.V. Cheerleader-3, Sopho-
more Class Vice Pres., National Honor Society- 3, 4 lSec.-
"To have a friend you must first be one."
LORRAIN E LEE GALLO
Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Student Council-I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y-Ig F.H.A.-
'lf Neapollotans-2, 3, 47 G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tigerettes-I, 27
Freshman Class Vice Pres.
"All must respect those who respect themselves."
SHEILA DIANA GOEDICKI
G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A,-3, 45 Neapollotans-2, 3, 4, F.H.A.-4 CVIce
Pres. J, Tri-Hi-Y-'I
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto you, be-
cause a lie hurts."
HERBERT ROY GUNTHER
"Men of few words are the best m
DOUGLAS LEE HARTIVIAN
Banol-I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-2, 3, 41 Che
"Peace is the key of contentment."
RUTH ELIZABETH HOLLIS
G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, F.H.A.-4
"It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice."
MARILYN RUTH JORDAN
Tri-Hi-Y-I, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, F.T.A,-2, 3, 4, Band-I, 2, 3,
4, Band Governing Board-2, 3, Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, Kiskitas-3, 4
CArt Ed.J, National Honor Society-3, 4, G.S.C.-2, G.A.A.-3, 4
"A full and good life leaves naught to be desired."
KATHRYN AMELIA KASTELIC
Tri-Hi-Y-I, 2, 4, F.H.A.-A
"One may be humble out of pride."
KRYSTAL KAY KENNEDY
Tri-Hi-Y-I, Library Club-l, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Gazette'3, 4, Chorus-
2, 3, 4
"The highest grace of music flows from the heart."
ROBERTA DIANE HILL
Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-I, F.H.A.
"Fair words never hurt the tongue."
ROBERT BUDD HOLBEN
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society-
"My honor is clearer to me than my life."
JUDY LYNN KENNERDELL
National Honor Society-3, 4, F.T.A.-2, 3 lTreas.,, 4, Kiskitas-
3, 4 fSports Ecl.,, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-I, Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader-2, Varsity
Cheerleader-3, 4, F.H.A.-I, Senior Executive Council-4
"A winner never quits, a quitter never wins."
KEITH ALDEN KING
Chefs Club-4, Football-I, 2, Chorus-2, 3, 4
"Loudest voices spring from the smallest of stature."
SANDRA LEE KLINGENSMITH
Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-3
"Good deeds, good lives bring sure happiness."
ROBERT THOMAS KLONOWSKI
Chorus-3, 4, Varsity Club-2, 3, 4, Football-'I, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball-2, Track-3, 4
"Victory goeth before and pride cometh after."
JOHN ELLIS MOLLICK
"Youth is wholly experimental."
ROBERT LEE MORGAN
"Good humor is the health ofthe soul."
GRETCHEN ANNE KNEPSHIELD
Tri-Hi-Y-I, Library club-1, 2, 3, 4, G.s.c.-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4,
"Give and you will receive, study and you will succeed."
CLAUDIA EILEEN MARTIN
jTri-Hi-Y-I fVice Pres.J, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Kiskifas-3, 4
CLit. Ed.J, Neapollotans-2, 3, J.V. Maiorettes-'I CCapt.J, Var-
sity Maiorettes-2, 3, 4, Tigerettes-I, 2, 3, Student Council-
I, 2, F.H.A.-I, Senior Executive Council-4, G.S.C.-2
"Life without laughter is like a lamp without a light."
DIANA LYNN MILLER
Tri-Hi-Y-I CChaplainJ, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Chorus-3, 4,
Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Class Treas.-2, 4
"I shall go softly all my years."
THOMAS JOSEPH MISCIK
Science Club-I, 2, Chefs Club-4, Student Council-4
"Neither rhyme nor reason."
SUSAN MARY MCGAUGHEY
Tri-Hi-Y-I, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4 IVice Pres.J, Kiskitas-3, 4, Student
Council-2, National Honor Society-3, 4
"There is great ability in knowing how to conceal one's
PAMELA JAYNE NELSON
Tri-Hi-Y-1, 2, F.H.A.-l, G.s,c.-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Chorus-1, 2,
3, 4, Tigerettes-l, Tiger Gazette-2, 4, Neapollotans-2, 3, 4,
"Where there's love there's happiness."
WILLIAM FRANKLIN PAULY
"The liberty of thought is the life of the soul."
Tri-Hi-Y-1, 2. ITre-as.,, Tiger Gazette-3, Kaskiiasz, 3, siudenf
Council-2, 4 CSecretaryJ
"Here's a dear and lndustrious friend."
ROB ERTA CAROL MORGAN
Varsity Maiorettes-3, 4, Chorus-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y-l, Library Club-l, Kiskitas-3, 4, G.S.C.-l, 2, G.A.A.-
3, 4, Freshman Class Secretary, Senior Executive Council
"Life is what you make it."
GLENNA LEE MORROW
Student Council-l, Tri-Hi-Y-I CTreas.D, G.S.C.-l, 2, G.A.A.-
3, 4, Neapollotans-3, Chorus-l, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2: Color-
guards-3, 4, Kiskitas-3, 4, Senior Executive Council
"To know how to wait is the great secret of success."
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DOROTHY JEAN PESTER
Tri-Hi-Y-I CPres.J, Band Governing Board-1, 3, 4, J.V. Maior-
ettes-I, Junior Chorus-I IPres.J, Tigerettes-'I, 2, 3, Band-
l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class President, Maiorette-2, 3, 4,
Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, F.T,A.-2, Chorus-2, 3, 4 fVice Pres.J,
Kiskitas-3, 4 IBusiness Managerl, Senior Class President
"The gift of Gaiety may itself be the greatest good."
JO LYNN PITT
senior Tri-Hi-Y-1, 3, 4, F.H.A.-4, F.N.A.-4
"We are never so happy nor never so unhappy as we im-
JOHN JOSEPH POMPA
Science Club-I, Band-I, 2, Chorus-T, 2, 3, 4, Track-3, 4,
"A man of stride and a man of contentment."
PATRICK LEWIS POSNEY
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-2, 3, 4, Track-3, 4
"There is a time to speak and a time to keep silent."
NANCY ANN SAXION
Tri-Hi-Y-I, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A.-
"So she thinketh in her heart, so she is."
Varsity Club-3, 4, Football-I, 2, 3, 4, Track-3, 4
"The snail, which everywhere doth roam."
ROBERT JAMES RAINEY I
"Not all with crimson heads have fiery tempersf'
GARY LEE REARIC
"Gan Bair" Commercial
Varsity Club-3, 4, T-Club-3, 4, Football-I, 2, 3, 4
"The Lord helps those who help themselves."
GARY ALLEN RISHER I
"Rish" Academic I
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-2, 3, 4, Proiection Club-2, 4, Chefs
"lf at first you clon't succeed, try, try again."
IZETTA ELIZABETH ROBINSON
Tri-Hi-Y-I, G.S.C.-l, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, F.H.A.-3, 4 qPres.,, tiger-
ettes-I, 2, 3, Junior High Chorus-I l
"In order to succeed you must always do your best." l
ROBERT HENRY SHAFER
Band-l, 2, Chorus-2, Student Council-1, 2, Radio Club-3, 4
CPres.l, Track-3, 4, Proiection Club-3, 4 fPres.D
"Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be
VERNON EUGENE SHAFFER
HTOUQUS Tied" Commercial
"His fancy tricks make angels weep."
JANET LYNN SHRIVER
Tri-Hi-Y-1, G.S.C.-l, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Band-l, 2, 3, Tiger Ga-
zette-2, 3, 4, Neapollotans-2, 3, 4, Kiskitas-3, 4 iPhoto Ed.D,
"The greatest part of love is loving."
GLENNA SUE SMITH
Tri-Hi-Y-1, G.s.c.-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4 iPres.J, Kiskitas-3, 4,
Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4 CEditorJ, Student Council-3 fTreas.l,
Neapollotans-2, 3, National Honor Society-3, 4, Senior Class
Vice Pres., Chorus-l, 2, 3, 4 iTreas.J
"She has the two noblest things-sweetest and light."
DARENE LOUISE SCOTT'
Tri-Hi-Y-I, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4, Neapollotans-1, Thespians-
2, 3, 4 CSec.l, Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A.-2, Varsity Cheer-
"A smile is the key to friendship."
NANCY LEE SFORZA
G.S.C.-'l, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4
"Modesty is virtue."
EDWIN LEE SMOYER
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-2, 3, 4, Student Council-3, Junior Class
Pres., Chefs Club-4
"There is a great reward for those faithful and true."
RONALD CLARK SMOYER
"Cinny Bear" Academic
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, Chefs Club-4, F.T.A.-3, 4
"A friend is the most valuable thing in the world."
SUSAN IRENE SPEER
F.H.A.-I, J.V. Cheerleader-3, Neapollotans-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-
2, G.S.C.-I, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4
"Time is ofthe essence."
JOYCE EILEEN STAHL
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus-I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-l, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C.-
I, 2, F.H.A.-4
"On her Tongue is the law of kindness."
GERALD LYNN THOMPSON
Football-1, 2, Basketball-'l, 2, Band-I, 2
"Of all the birds, the Robin is the fairest.
WILLIAM CLYDE TOLAND
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Track-3, F.T.A.-3, 4, Ht-Y-2
"And I have pledged to beat my drum."
CAROL ANN STEWART
"Experience is the worId's best teacher, the wise do not
LINDA CAROL SWARTS
G.S.C.-I, 2 lPres.J, G.A.A.-3, 4, Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council-2, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4, National Honor Society-3, 4
"Health is the quality of life that renders the individual fit to
live most and serve best."
ELIZABETH JEAN TAROSKY
Library Club-I, 2 CVice Pres.J, 3, CPres.I, 4 CSec.-Treas.J,
Neapollotans-2, Thespians-3, 4, F.T.A.-2, 3, 4, Band-I, 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society-3, 4 CVice Pres.l, G.S.C.-'l, 2, G.A.A.-
3, 4, Kiskitas-3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y-1
"No path of flowers leads to glory."
DAVID EUGENE THOMAS
Band-I, 2, 3, 4, Track-3
"Good nature is .stronger than words and wisdom."
XLINDA KATHLEEN WENSCONIS
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Tiger Gazette-3, 4, Kiskitas-3, 4, Student Council-3, Senior
A man's grasp must exceed his reach, or what is heaven for."
ARLlE THOMAS WILLIAMSON
Varsity Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-1, 2,
Chorus-2, 3, 4, Chefs Club-4
"He's a wonderful talker, who has the art of telling you
JANET EILEEN WOODS
Tri-Hi-Y-I fSec.l, G.S.C,-1, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Tiger Gazette-2, 3, 4,
F.T.A.-2, 3, 4 CSec.D, J.V. Cheerleader-2, Varsity Cheerleader-
3, 4 CCapt.J, Chorus-2
"Truth is a beauteous thing."
MARLENE ANTONIA WYSOCKI
G.S.C.-T, 2, G.A.A.-3, 4, Library Club-T, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Gazette-3
"What pleasure a simple life affords."
ROBERT LESLIE ZIMMERMAN
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Chefs Club-4
"To live long if is important to live slowly."
SUSANNA ELIZABETH VISLEY
Tri-Hi-Y-2, G.S.C.-2, Tigerettes-'l, Chorus-2
"All grand thoughts come from the heart
DAVID ALBERT VVENCKOVVSKI
Basketball-T, 2, 3, 4, Football-l, 2, 3, 4,
Kiskitas-3, 4, Track-3, 4, Chefs Club-4
Varsity Club-2, 3, 4,
"Men, like bullets, go farthest when they, are smoOth."
Being of sound mind and body, we, the graduating class
hereby publish and declare this our last will and testament.
Bob Zimmerman wills Bob Hicks all his study halls.
Cindy Crissman leaves Apollo High to ioin Bill.
To Mike Ross is left Robert Rainey's quietness.
Elaine Bafik leaves second period gym class with the
Larry Bopp leaves, but he is taking Carol with him.
Bill Toland's bass drum is left to anyone with energy
to carry it.
Bonnie Frayer receives Darene Scotts giggles in cheer-
Susan McGaughey leaves the mess she made in art
class to anyone willing to clean it up.
Roberta Morgan leaves Elaine Fulton doing the "Mon-
Bequeathed to Ray Zimmerman is Dave Thomas's
Bob Hicks receives Keith King's evil doings.
Diana Hetrick's crazy laugh is given to Willie Roman.
Connie Patterson and Barb Rearick are asked to share
Linda Swarts's diseases and delusions from Health class.
Dave Wenckowski leaves his athletic ability to his
Patty Foy's shower room water battles are left to
anyone with soap and a towel.
Frank Maietta is willed Larry Faber's bowling ball.
Barb Eckman leaves the fun of doing shorthand home-
work to new commercial students.
Steve Delledonne leaves Russian class in "peace."
Tony Cordera's troubles with Mr. Afanesko are left
to anyone who doesn't have a notebook.
Carol Cline wills her curly hair to Lonnie Radebach.
John Columbus receives Denny Clever's long walks
up Oak Hill.
Dave Batistig's bowling ability is willed to Ron "Babe"
Doug Hartman leaves his sour notes in band to any-
one who can play them right.
Bequeathed to Becky Hoff are Kris Kennedy's chorus
robe and folder.
Ed Tomicek receives Kle Klonowski's ability to have
fun without half trying.
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of 1964, realizing the great challenge before us, do
Gary Rearic wills his quarterback position to Gary
Carol Stewart leaves the fun she had in A.H.S. to any
Sue Visley's quiet nature is left to the Juniors who
All the wealthy underclassmen are willed Bob Sha-
fer's bill for broken Chemistry equipment.
Cliff Scott bequeaths Jim "Fox" Nelson his two front
Take your pick, underclaissmen, John Pompa and
Denny Coulter leave it upto you.
Tom Miscik's iokes are left to anyone who can figure
Bob Holben leaves his guitar and sun glasses to Cree
Fetterman, hoping they will help him get his wish be-
Walter Goedicki receives Sheila Goedicki's seat in
P. O. D. class.
Joyce Stahl's place as first trombone is left to anyone
who can fill it.
Linda Wensconis leaves her conferences with Mrs.
Boyd to next year's student secretaries.
The problems as T. G. editor are left to next year's
editor by Sue Smith.
Pam Fulton receives Pam Nelson's doll house and
Gary Risher leaves still carrying his gym bag.
Betty Tarosky's dusty band shoes are left to Linda
Bill Pauly wills the Russian language a new alphabet.
Bob Morgan leaves second period study hall still
Miss Johnson's first aid kit receives all of Gretchen
Knepshield's elastic bandages.
Bequeathed to Melanie Shade is Karen Fennell's
Bunny Clark adds the problems of Kiskitas to Keith
Fetterman's list of worries.
Jim Ferguson's parking space behind the church is
left to his cousin Glenn.
Willed to Linda Bence are Nancy Sforza's quiet ways.
Sue Austin's seat in Mrs. Boyd's homeroom is left
to anyone who wants it.
Art Williamson leaves all the high school teachers
with a little less trouble.
Roger Bush departs still saying, "Mr, Clark, I don't
Future band members receive all Pat Posney's riots in
in the band bus.
The fun lzetta Robinson had in her Senior year is
willed to any friend looking for happiness.
John Mollick leaves with a new way to spell his last
Diane Miller's sister Patty receives her long walks
home at lunchtime.
Jo Lynn Pitt leaves her selling ability to any 1965
Senior who has the energy to match it.
Denny Delledonne receives Eugene Baylor's fun in
Willed to his brother Bob is Bill Henry's ability to al-
ways annoy A. H. S. teachers.
Lorraine Gallo wills her neatest appearance to Jane
Herby Gunther wills the mile run in track to anyone
who would want it.
Ron Fulton leaves the lunch stand with coffee stains
on his hands.
Nancy Saxion's singing ability is left to anyone wish-
ing to practice hard.
Jerry Thompson leaves Robin in A. H. S., hoping
that she'll be good.
Claudia Martin's lighted baton is left to anyone who
can afford batteries.
Ron Smoyer's good times with Mr. Afanesko are
willed to Norma Hunter.
Susan Speer's and Janet Woods's late slips are be-
queathed to anyone as slow as they are.
N To Cree Fetterman goes Sam Blystone's nickname
Donald Cloud's good luck with sports is given to
his little brother Gary.
Roberta Hill's place in choir is left to Peggy Valco.
Marilyn Jordan leaves Laura Jane Davis hunting for
their band music.
Ed Smoyer's fun on the band bus is left to Len Shell-
Given to Linda Bence is Dot Pester's wit, which was
left to her by Bonnie Black.
Bob Elwood receives Vernon Shaffer's ability to
Gloria Vetro is willed Kass Kastelic's talent to get
caught talking in class.
Left to Sue Swartz are all Judy KennedelI's extracur-
Sandy Klingensmith's long walks up Second Street
are left to her sister Barb.
Patty Devers's alto position in sextet and long hours
of practice are bequeathed to Nancy Long.
Marlene Dubas's quietness is willed to Toni Giunta.
Russ Anthony receives Ken Eckman's height.
Glenna Morrow leaves all her fun as a colorguard to
All Janet Shriver's fun with boys and dates are left
to Linda Shoop.
Marlene Wysocki's stool in typing class is left to
anyone with short legs.
Sandie Clark leaves still measuring candy in the five
and ten cent store.
Nell Pellegrini leaves still trying to pass the short-
Carol Crow leaves saying, "Oh, John!"
OFFICERS ll. to r.J: Dot Pester lPres.l, Bunny Clark fSec.D, Sue Smith QV. Pres.J, Diana Miller CTreas.J.
MOST TALENTED: Marilyn Jordan, Ron Smoyer MOST ATHLETIC: Linda Swaris, Gary Rearic
WITTIEST: Glenna Morrow, Tony Cordera MOST COURTEOU51 BUNNY Clark, Ed 5m0Yel'
MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY: Dot Pester, Gary Rearic
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BEST DANCERS: Glenna Morrow, Don Cloud MOST BASHFUL: Herbert Guenther Marlene Dubas
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NEATEST APPEARANCE: David wenckowski, Lorraine Gallo BEST BUILDI Gary Rwic, Karen Fermell
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Bunny Clark, Ron Smoyer
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As the visible signs of autumn signal The approach of another school
term, one of the first A.H.S. organizations to begin its year's work
is the Student Council. Throughout The seasons This able group of
students leads us and protects our interests.
This governmental body has one chief obiective which is to establish
good governmental standards within the school. Stimulating school in-
terest, promoting good fellowship between students and teachers, and
assisting students in their quest tor added knowledge are also objectives
which The Student Council strives to achieve.
Just as the leaves of autumn symbolize this colorful season, so does
the Student Council symbolize the ideals of Apollo High. Its members,
chosen by the student body which they so expertly represent, strive
for school progress and advancement.
THIRD ROW CL to RD Mr. Cuica, B. Loase, J. Gregg, S. Reighenbaugh, L. Radebach, L. Doverspike, L. Hetrick, D. Hetrick lPresI A Williamson
SECOND ROW J Bicego, T. Faber, P. Foy, N. Pellegrini CSec.J, D. Rebanski, S. Ross, K. Fennell CV. Pres.J, J. Hunter FIRST ROW J Walton
L Harkcom S Swarts S McGaughey, S. Speer, T. Miscik, R. Alberts, W. Roman lTreas.J.
Running on To Victory! Last minute conference,
Look out below! First and ten.
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ROW i, I. to r.: J. Coulter, C. Scott, J. Stankus, B. Buchner, R. Klonowski, D. Coulter, G. Rearic. I
ROW 2, l. to r.: D. Schrecengost, C. Bonello, T, Faber, B. Schrecengost, A. Claypoole, R. Guido, D. Tressler, B. Bowser, L. Bielik. I
ROW 3, l. to r.: M. Silvis, E. Newton, J. Barclay, Nl, Fulton, T. Dunmire, T. Held, G. Davis, J. Dixon. I
Success and fame once again resulted from the efforts of our '63 Tigers. Under
the skillful coaching direction of Nlr. Vangrin and Mr. Bonello, the Tigers of A.H.S.
prepared for their goal-the Class B Championship. Although their defeat by Traf-
ford destroyed all hopes of achieving this goal, the Tigers clawed back and proved
their ability in all rivalry games.
Thousands of fans viewed the powerful home team again this season in their
quest for victory.
Dale Schrecengost, Trainer, Joseph Vangrin and Charles Bonello, Coaches. -lolm McDowell
A. Williamson, D, Clever, R. Fouse, J. Furguson, D. Buchner, D. Cloud, J. McDowell.
J. Nelson, E. Spang, D, WaTTerson, D, Reigh, J. Columbus, B. Dixon, R. Albert, Mr. Vangrin,
D. Stefanick, T. Beamer, R. KasTelic, C. Crissman, R. Stefaniclc, T. Miller, M. Newton.
A successful season does noT iusT happen, The co-operaTion of The Te-ann, The
coaches, The sTudenT body, and The Town are needed. This year everyone did Their
parT. The i964 KiskiTas STaTT and The enTire sTudenT body feel ThaT he-arTy congraTu-
laTions are in order and hope Thar nexT year's Team will be as successful.
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Ralph Fouse STANDING, l. To r,: J. Lamanna, G. Bella, B. Klingensmilh.
KNEELING, l, To r.: D. Grinder, R. Bella, J. Claypoole,
DENNIS CLFVER, Left Guard JIM FERGUSON, Right Tackle CLIFFORD scoTT, End
DON CLOUD, Right Halfback BOB KLONOWSKI, Righf Guard DAVE WENCKOWSKI, End
DENNIS COULTER, End, Tackie GARY REARIC, Quarterback ART WILLIAMSON, I-eff Halfback
Uzbfory fbi' Jyers
APOLLO 25 SALTSBURG 12
The Apollo Tigers started their 1963 campaign by
defeating the Saltsburg Troians on the opponent's field.
The team showed power and form when Jim Stankus,
Don Cloud, and David Wenckowski added the 'rallies
for the first Tiger victory.
APOLLO 20 FRANKLIN 12
Although Franklin led 6-O at halftime, the Tigers
came back strong in the second half to beat Class A -
Franklin. Jim Stankus scored the first touchdown, driv-
ing over from the ten yard line. The fine passing of
Gary Rearuc led to two more touchdowns when Bob
Buchner crossed the goal line. Franklin added anofther
tally to make the final score 20-12.
APOLLO 12 TRAFFORD 20
Although the Tomahawks knocked the Tigers out of
Class B running, they did not hinder the spirit of the
team. The Tigers scored in the second period on Gary
Rearic's one yard plunge tieing the score 6-6. Again
the Tomahawks went ahead only to find Art William-
son getting a touchdown. Trafford scored again in
the last few minutes of play.
APOLLO 27 EAST DEER 14
The trip to East Deer proved to be the third victory
of the season, but a little expensive as Dave Wenckow-
ski suffered a broken arm. Before his injury Dave
completed a 63 yard pass from Gary Rearic to score
the first Tiger touchdown. Jim Stankus sent the Tigers
ahead only to find the Bucks tieing the score. Tiger
determination was shown when Don Cloud and Art
Williamson added two more touchdowns.
APOLLO O LEECHBURG 12
In the game against Leechburg, Apollo did a real
good iob both offensively and defensively. Although
handicapped by iniuries, the Tigers proved tough as
they kept Leechburg's score to 12.
APOLLO 18 WASHINGTON TWP. 6
Warm October night, tremendous crowd, and a
wonderful victory was the scene at the rival game.
The Raiders scored only one touchdown. They were
no match for the Tigers when Jim Stankus made two
touchdowns of 11 and 8 yards. Art Williamson widen-
ed the margin by his one yard plunge for the touch-
down ending the game 18-6.
APOLLO 24 ELDERS RIDGE 13
Apollo Tigers played host to Elders Ridge only to
stun them with a 24-13 victory and to show that Par-
CO-CAPTAINS: Gary Rearic, Art Williamson
ents' Night was well enioyed by all. Denny Coulter
scored the first touchdown, intercepting an Elders
Ridge pass and running 20 yards. Gary Rearic complet-
ed a pass to Bob Buchner for the second score. Apollo
completed the scoring with touchdowns by Art Will-
iamson and Bob Buchner.
APOLLO 33 SHANNOCK VALLEY 7
Again the Tigers proved to be the tops as they de-
feated Shannock Valley. Art Williamson scored on a
two yard run, also on a 33 yard pass from Junior
quarterback Gary Davis. Art added a third score by
completion of a sensational 87 yard run. Jim Stankus
and Gary Rearic made 6 and 12 yard run touchdowns
APOLLO 26 SOUTH HUNTINGTON 7
The Apollo Tigers completed another successful sea-
son in good style by their victory over South Hunting-
ton. Art Williamson scored on a 6 yard run. Gary
Rearic marked the second tally with his 6 yard quar-
terback keep. Art Williamson and Jim Stankus made
a touchdown each. Senior day was celebrated as a pre-
lude to this, the final football game for the class of
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L. to r.: N. Watterson, J. Kennerdell, K. Fennell, J. Woods, B. Frayer, D. Scotf.
KAREN FENNELL JUDY KENNERDELL DARENE SCOTT
KNEELING: N. Long.
STANDING: L. Kosicek, S. Walker, S. Reichen-
The cheerleaders begin Their work early. During The monThs of July and AugusT
They could be seen practicing on The school lavvn. They worked hard perTecTing
each cheer, planning pep assemblies, ancl geTTing ready for fooTball and baskeTball
games. They earned money To buy new orange and black pom-poms for fooTball
and baskeTball games.
AfTer school sTarTed, The cheerleaders puT up posTers in The halls, ran To pracTices,
sold lineups aT TooTball games, and cheered Their hardesT aT The TooTball and bas-
keTball games. They served Their purpose: keeping up The morale of The Team,
creaTing sporTsmanship, and acTing as hosTesses To oTher schools. Our cheerleaders
always Try To be smiling and peppy.
We feel The cheerleaders deserve a loT of credir, and we appreciafe Them for sup-
porTing our Team.
As leaves turn and drift to the ground, on marches the Apollo Area
High School Band. Under the direction of Miss Lois Snyder, our band,
led by the maiorettes and colorguards, provides colorful pre-game and
half-time entertainment during the football season.
Money-making proiects to finance their expenses include the Mid-
Winter Festival, the Spring Concert, and bake sales.
Each year awards are provided for the band members according to
the length of their membership in the banol. Second year members
receive band keys, third year members are awarded letters, and all seniors
receive blazors or jackets.
STANDING CL. to RJ: B, Rearick, S. Swarts, D. Notty, T. Toland, M, Young, L, Shellhammer, L. Sowers, N, Pellegrini, P. Posney, L. Wilson, G
Fouse, L. Swarts, M. Newton, B. Toland. LEFT SECTlON: L. Goeolicke, C. Quillen, M. Crow, M. Morrow, V. Valco, D. Vaughn, G. Grady, B. Graden
B. Knepshield, J. Gregg, S. Davis, K, Kerr, B. Loase, P. Miller, J. Moats, R. Bee, J. Litz, L. Bence, B. Tarosky, D. Hartman, L. Harkcom, J. Wilson, S
Roselle, L. Cordera. FRONT SECTION: M Jordan, L. Davis, B. DeVilling, S. Yohe, M. Davis, C. Elwood, B. Beamer, P. Gallagher, J. Hunter, C
The Mid-Winter Festival, sponsored by the band and the chorus, was
held in February. The theme of the concert was "Route 66." ln addition
to the choral and instrumental music, a Karote Demonstrator was present.
Members of the band are also selected to participate in higher level
bands. This year Apollo's band sent delegates to Honors Band, District
Band, County Band, Regional Band, and State Band. So it's hats oft to
the talented members of our Senior Band and Orchestra!
Patterson, R. Rupert, S. Swank, M. Shaeffer, J. Bier, B. Jackson, B. Notty, R. Smoyer, G. Morrow, M. Ross, J. Stahl, G. Harkcom, D. Adams
Black, B. Black, P. DiFillipo. RIGHT SECTION: L Gibbons, D. Thomas, R. Zimmerman, B. Tomicek, B. Holben, P. DiFillipo, K. Martin, S. Held, K
Fetterrnan, B. Zimmerman, D. Baker, E. Smoyer, G. Risher, R. Walker, T. McIauley, K. Bracken, D. Ross, R. Shellhammer, B. Burns, M. Silvis.
KNEELING, I. To r.: R. Morgan, D. Pester, C. Martin.
STANDING, I. to r.: J. Walton, P. Devers, C. Williams, B. Sfevvarf, S. Mobley.
KNEELING IN FRONT: J. Wilson, Mascot.
DOROTHY PESTER, Head Magorene JUDY WILSON, Mascof
PATTY DEVERS CLAUDIA MARTIN ROBERTA MORGAN
CL. To RJ: L. Shoop, B. McMillen, C. Kridler, K. Kinter, B. STenneTT, S. Speer, E. DeVilling.
As The dazzling brilliancy of auTumn dominaTes
This Time of year, we find our VarsiTy MaioreTTes
adding color and exciTemenT To The foorball field.
These "high sTeppers" are a worThy addition To The
playing field. ThroughouT The school year, we find
-our NlaioreTTes performing in pep assemblies and
parTicipaTing in local parades. Much of Their summer
vacaTion is dedicaTed To hard work andmany hours
of perfecTing Their skills.
We musT not forgef The Junior VarsiTy MaioreTTes
who also work hard and long in pracTice sessions.
This group of marchers is given The opporTuniTy To
perform aT one fooTball game a season and in The
Memorial Day Parade. We wish Them much success
in their fuTure ambifion To become VarsiTy MaioreTTes.
Serving a most imporTanT funcTion are The able
leaders of our band, The Colorguards. IT is Their
duTy To bear and proTecT The flag of our school, as
well as The flag of our naTion.
G. Morrow, C. Gradwell, P. FulTon, P. Nelson
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Student body rises for the Alma Mater. Company - - half!
Pork is SUPPOSED to be working! Pep Assembly fite songs.
Look at that fancy footwork! A.H.S. is proud of its new mascot
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CL, To RJ: D, Reigh, B. Page, G. Rearic, D. Buchner, K. Page, D. CoulTer, G. Robinson, J. Stankus, G. Davis, D. Cloud, C, Wenckowski.
The Tigers ended The '63-'64 season in a Tie for TiTTh place, winning Tour games and losing eighT. Their
overall record Tor The season was eighT wins and Twelve losses,
They deTeaTed VVashingTon Twp., DayTon, ElderTon, and SalTsburg. The highlighT garne of The season was
The 59-56 vicTory over DayTon, who laTer became The SeCTion T3-B champions.
The Tigers showed a loT of spiriT and Team eTTorT This year. They were led by co-capTains, Gary Rearic
and Denny CoulTer, and leading scorer, Gary Davis.
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During the basketball season the Junior Varsity achieved considerable rec-
ognition. Their constant Teamwork and fighting spirit proved predominant
as they ended the season with an overall record of fourteen wins and six
losses. The squads of next year will benefit from the experience of this year's
50 CL. To RJ: D. Grinder, Charles Bonello-Coach, L. Sowers, W. Beck.
CL. to r.J: S. Yohe CAssistant Editorlg S. Clark CBusiness
Editorjp S. Smith IEdifor-in-Chiefjp Mrs. Boyd.
THIRD ROW II. to r.J: C. Crow, B. Rearic, P. Moore, B. Shellhammer, S. Hicks. SEC
OND ROW: J. Kennerdell, P. Devers, B. Burns, M. Shade, C. Uptegraph. FIRST ROW
L. Harkcom, L. Pozzani, J. Wilson, A. Plazio.
THIRD ROW CI. to r.J: J. Altmire, J. Shriver, M. Jordan, D. Miller, G. Knepshield, L. Kosicek, R. Morgan, C.
Cline, L. Gallo, M. Shaffer, S. Walker, L. Radebach, B. Stewart. SECOND ROW: P. Valco, M. Brennen, L. Mor-
gan, L. Doverspike, S. Austin, B. Brink. FIRST ROW: B. Divilling, P. Nelson, D. Varner, L. Frampton.
FOURTH Row il. to rg: c. wallieme, c. Miller, L. Shriver, T. creme, SECOND ROW U- to r-lr E. Batik, k. Kennedy, D. pester, D. Miller
C. Morgan. THIRD ROW: C. Martin, S. Coulter, J. Gregg, M. Brayshaw, FIRST ROW: D' scoff' S' Clark' G- Knepshield-
K. Felton, J. Phillips. SECOND ROW: M. Jordan, D. Coulter, L. Mellin-
ger, B. Crosby, S. Davis, J. Montali. FIRST ROW: L. Bence.
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Unlike many of the other students, the members of the Tiger Gazette are glad
to see the arrival of the snow and cold weather, for they know that with it comes
their annual Christmas Party forthe underprivileged children ofthe area.
The Student Body is kept well informed of all the happenings in and around
school by this monthly newspaper published by this organization, which is under
the direction of Mrs. Boyd.
Here all the students take advantage ot their opportunities to spy and tattle
on each other. No well-informed gossiper would ever dream of missing an issue.
SECOND ROW CI, to rg, P, Foy, J, Woods, L, Casaling, C. Williams, CL. to r.J B. Elwood, C. Erwin, K. Fennell.
B. Brink, S. Speer, C. Stewart. FIRST ROW: M. Rossi, M. Crow, S.
Mobley, B. Clark, A. Matarrese.
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Oh,Yh5"1k YOU, 5-ima! What have we here?
Look what Santa has for you! The big f1iQhTiS almost over.
Be it snovv, blizzard, or sub-zero temperatures, one can always count
on the Thespians to present enioyable performances and at the same
time to promote an interest in dramatics by displaying the abilities that
they themselves possess.
One of the main activities of this selective dramatic group is the
initiation ot Neapollotans who have earned the ten points necessary
tor membership into the Thespians. Proud are they of their motto:
"Act vvell your part, there all the honor lies."
RD ROW KL. to RJ: M. Ross, J. Wilmot, B. Davis, L. Faber, T. Miscilc, T. Cerdera. SECOND ROW: Miss Jerko CAdvisorj, D. Hetrick CPres
L Bence Ureasj, D. Scott QSec.j, S. Yohe, Mrs. Lear Uldvisorl. FIRST ROW: J, Walton CV. Presb, G. Vetro, B, Tarosky, Nl. Brennan.
The Neapollotans consist of Talented young actors and actresses as-
piring to see their names in lights. No doubt many of them will see
Their dream materialize.
A successful dance, a potato chip sale, and bake sales have added
funds to Their Treasury. Had it not been for The assistance of The
Neapollotans, "No Time For SergeanTs" would not have been the great
success that iT was.
Old Man Winter can do his best, but he can't seem to freeze The
spirits of these beginners. Although covered with ice and snow, Apollo
High will always shine brightly and warmly with The Neapollotans at
FOURTH ROW KL. to RJ: N. Hunter, P. Nelson, D, Ferrier, M. Brayshaw, D. Vittone, T. Beamer, R. Fulton, D. Householder, L. Hetrick, C.
Williams, K. Bracken, L. Sho-op, L. Barker. THIRD ROW: J. Walker, S. Davis, K. Kinter, L. Frampton, P. Foy, J. Biers, S. Roselle, J. Morgan, C. Rearic,
C. Kridler, K. Kerr, E. DeVilling, SECOND ROW: Mrs Lear CAclvisorJ, B. Stewart, L. Kosicek, B. Stennett, S. Kuhns, L. Radebach, B. Hoff, S.
Goedicke, S. Speer, B. Loase, C. Uptegraph, G. Marks, Miss Jerko fAdvisorJ. FIRST ROW: R. Anthony, C. Anthony, B. McMillen, J. Montali, A.
Matarrese tPres.J, J. Altmire, S. Hicks, D. Bliss, E. Fulton, N. Scott CSec.D, K. Felton, B. DeVilling.
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Lt. Gardella 77777777 Charles Woods
Lt. Kendall 7 777777 Jerry Thompson
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FIFTH ROW CL. to RJ: E. Batik, L. Harkcom, J. Walton, P. Nelson, J. Woods lSec.-Treas.J, C. Williams, I. Robinson, C. Patterson, L. Shriver, G
Morrow, P. Fulton, S. Clark. FOURTH ROW: B. Frayer, G. Knepshield, V. Quillen, M. Jordan, L. Gallo, L. Bence, D. Varner, T. Guinta, N. Saxion
R. Hill, S. Austin. THIRD ROW: L. Doverspike, S. Mobley, S. Roselle, S. Held lPt. Rec.j, E. Fulton, D. Scott, J. Kennerdell, S. Visley, K. Fennell
B. Tarosky, M. Dubas, C. Erwin. SECOND ROW: L. Davis, L. Swarts, S. Swarts, K. Kastellic, J. Shriver, L. Radebach, S. Smith lPres.j, C. Cline, M
Shade, B. Rearick, D. Coulter. FIRST ROW: R. Walker, J. Hunter, B. Eckman, R. Morgan, N. Pellegrini, M. Brennan, C. Gradwell, D. Hetrick, D
Miller, M. Wysocki, B. Taylor, N. Long.
While painting his frosty pictures on the high school windows, Jack Frost
no doubt takes advantage ot his opportunity and watches a gym full of girls,
members of the Girls' Athletic Association, in their attempts to master the
arts ot playing soccer, basketball, volleyball, and softball.
Soon it's time to brush up on their tumbling, tap dancing, marching, modern
dancing, and free hand drills in preparation for the gym exhibition. All ot
this, they accomplish under the supervision of Miss Johnson.
Points are earned by selling candy at home basketball games, and by par-
ticipating in the gym exhibition and various sports. These points merit them
awards in the form of blouses, A's, sweatshirts, and pins tor the highest num-
SIXTH ROW CL. to RJ: L. Kosicek, M. Mitchell, S. Grimm, L. Shoop, J. Wilson, M. Brayshaw, K. Bracken, S. Ross, M. Shaeffer, L. Pozzani, A. Plazio
CTreas.I, C. Elwood, B. Burns, D. Ferrier, N. Hunter. FIFTH ROW: 5. Davis, J. Morgan, P. Blystone, D. Aikens, K. Smith, L. Hilty, C. Jackson
fPres.J, C. Uptegraph, C. Baker, L. Barker, C. Kridler, J. Bier C. Rearic, S. Speer lSec.J. FOURTH ROW: C. Poydence, K. Kerr, K. Kinter, F. Peace,
S. Hicks, G. Marks, L. Gibbons, B. Beamer, B. Loase, R. Witacher, C. Lamanna, E. DeVilling, B. Hoff, S. Baustert, E. Poydence. THIRD ROW: S.
Reighenbaugh, S. Watterson, 5. Walker, J. Walker, B. Stennett, C. Baustert, V. Hill, P. Gallagher, I. Stiffey, S. Kuhns, J. Sefts, P. Lukehart,
N. Scott, B. Aungst, D. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: S. McGuire, L. Baker, J. Montali, D, Ferrier, C. Quillen, K. Wysocki, J. Altmire, L. Riggle,
S. Swank, G. Sefts, D. Bliss, K. Coffman, D. Rudari, B. Plazio, L. Kerr, M. Kolek. FIRST ROW: L. Goedicke, B. Tresse, J. Gregg, M. Davis, K.
Felton, M. Crow, B. McMillen, L. Nale, K. Frayer, D. St. Peter, R. Doverspike, C. Anthony, B. DeVilling, B. Crosby, L. Colianne.
Winter provides a time for activity indoors as well as out. One of the
organizations which takes advantage of this is the Girls' Sports Association.
Comprised of interested Freshman and Sophomore girls, the club meets every
Thursday night in the high school gym. Under the sponsorship of Miss John-
son, the members find enjoyment while developing sportsmanship and leader-
The first part of the year is spent in playing volleyball. The girls participate
in pick-up teams, class teams, and co-recreational teams. The highlight is a
"Volleyball Night" in which teams from our school as well as various other
After volleyball many long hours are spent practicing for the annual gym
exhibition, which consists of tumbling, dancing, and marching drills. The rest
of the year is spent playing basketball.
A Point System is used for earning awards. A certain number of points
are given for being an officer or a captain, for participating in games, and
winning games played. Awards ranging from blouses to pins are given ac-
cording to the number of points earned. Points are carried over from year
RTH ROW CL to RJ: J. Wilson, S. Roselle, M. Jordan, S. Klingensmith, L. Bence, P. Devers, J. Walton, P. Gallagher L Davis J Gregg
Long T McCauley, G. Risher, P. Posney, P. Miller, B. Klonowski. THIRD ROW: L. Harkcom, D. Pester QV. Pres.J, S. Smith CTreasj J Hunter
Mobley K Fennell C, Cline, R. Morgan, D. Miller, G. Morrow, N. Scott, B. Crosby, B. Rearick, B. Jackson, K. King. SECOND ROW J Phi ps
nnedy P Valco L. Kosicek, M. Brennan, B. Stewart, E. Black, K. Martin, D. Scott fSec.J, J. Kennerdell, B. Clark fPres Brayshaw
Fetterman A Williamson, J. Pompa. FIRST ROW: J. Stahl, B. Frayer, N. Saxion, R. Hill, P. Nelson, P. Fulton, M. Ross, R Smoyer B Holben
Harkcom C Crow, J. Montali, S. Reighenbaugh, E. Smoyer, D. Hartman, P. Difilippo, Mr. Sutila 1Directorl.
The chorus ot Apollo High! School is composed of approximately sixty-tive
members. The group meets twice a week, and many practices are held after
Several programs are sponsored by the Chorus during the year: a Christmas
Assembly, a Mid-Winter Festival, and, this year, a Musical. Selections for the
concerts range from spirituals to popular tunes.
The first semester the Chorus was under the temporary direction of Miss
Snyder, who is also band director. At mid-semester Mr. Sutila came as director
for the remainder of the year.
The money which is made trom the programs and other outside projects, such
as bake sales, is used for the purchase of awards. Each senior member who
has been active tor three years receives an award, which. may either be a
sweater or a blazer. This year approximately twenty-seven seniors received
awards. Membe-rs of the chorus are also selected each year to represent Apollo
at both County Chorus and District Chorus.
SEATED: J. Wilson. CL, To RJ: P. Devers, N. Long, S. Roselle, J. Stahl, L. Harkcom K. Kennedy,
The girls who have given up much ot Their tree time to become members
ot the sextette deserve recognition for their hard work and achievements.
Tryouts are held in the fall. The girls are usually chorus members also, al-
though anyone with singing ability can belong.
The music sung by The girls ranges from spiritual and religious selections
to popular tunes. They provide entertainment for activities held not only in
the school but also in the community.
The sextette was handicapped this year because no regular director was
available to coach them. However, Miss Snyder helped the girls until the new
director, Nlr. Sutila, joined the A.H.S. faculty. The sextette presented numbers
for the Christmas Assembly and Mid-Winter Festival. The past few years, with
the help of willing mothers, The girls have also made their own outfits.
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Anxiously the students of A. H. S. await the arrival of spring. For it is then that
they can once more forget about mittens, galoshes, and ear muffs and bid fare-
well to Old Man Winter-until next year, of course.
The signs of spring, however, unfold a new challenge and distinguished honor
to certain members of our student body. As expectation mounts, the faculty is
faced with the duty of selecting qualified students to membership in the National
Honor Society. Students are iudged on the following characteristics in order to
qualify: service, leadership, character, and scholarship. Another essential is that
each candidate secure and maintain a "B" or even higher scholastic rating.
Competition is keen since only fifteen per cent of the Senior Class and Ten per
cent of the Junior Class can be selected. The chosen members, under the expert
leadership of Mr. Fuszek, strive to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote
worthy leadership, to mold a fine character, and to stimulate the desire to render
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THIRD ROW ll- 70 I'-J: Mr. Fuszek, C. Crofutt, R. Guido, P. Rosney, G. Davis, K. Jaracy, G. Risher, H. Gunther, J. Colianne, D. Wenckowski, R. Orlow
ski, D. Grinder, M. Young. SECOND ROW: E. Bicego, J. Kerr, J. Barclay, K. Martin, C. Scott, B. Klonowski, J. Lamanna, D. Ortz, W. Grady, J. Pompa
D. Thomas, C. Blystone, E. Newton, W. Roman. FIRST ROW: C. Woods, F. Maietta, G. Artman, J. Stankus, R. Smoyer, J. Wilmont, R. Fouse, L
Bielek, K. Hileman, C. Fetterman, B. Shafer.
The Apollo track team showed exceptional spirit and cooperation as they en-
tered their initial year. Although the cindermen only placed once, they made
continual improvement throughout the season, unoler the expert coaching of Mr.
Joseph Fuszek. Among their many events were the 100, 220, 440, and 880
yard clashes, the mile relay, the shot put, the discus, the iavelin, the high lump,
and the broad jump.
The team should be commended for their strong determination in accepting the
challenge of a new team sport. May the years ahead bring added success to all
future A.H.S. track teams.
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HI D ROW ll 10 L52 D. Cloud, J. Stankus, D. Coulter, R. Fouse, B. Klingensmith, G. Rearic CPres.J. SECOND ROW: C Scott B Klonowski
Wenckowski fSec.-Treas.J, J. McDowell CSgt.-at-Armsj. FIRST ROW: A. Williamson CV. Pres.l, D. Buchner, B. Elwood, D Clever CSec Treasi
Parsons J Ferguson, Mr. Vangrin.
The Varsity Club is made up of Apollo High's brave and stalwart athletes. Both
basketball and football lettermen are eligible for membership.
Under the direction of their advisor, Mr. Vangrin, these boys sponsor many
money raising activities such as program selling at games, the Donkey Basketball
game, selling key rings, and, this year, a special game featuring the Harlem All-
Stars and former Apollo players. These proiects also promote the feelings of champ-
ionship and admiration toward each other.
Closely linked to the Varsity Club is the Mothers' Club. These mothers work
tirelessly to provide the athletes with needed funds. Together with the North Apollo
Junior Women's Club, contributions by Apollo citizens, and funds left by previous
classes, these ladies presented Owens Field with the long coveted scoreboard.
ln the spring the club's annual initiation is held to admit to the club those in-
dividuals who have earned a letter in at least one sport. This event is anxiously
awaited by all, for it is truly hilarious to watch the inductees perform the many
Under the direction of their advisor, Mrs. Virginia Smith, these Tri-Hi-Y girls
seek to enrich the lives of others. This is an organization which promotes good
will and devotes much of its time to helping others.
At Thanksgiving two needy families were provided with turkey and all the
trimmings to complete their Thanksgiving Day feasts. The Yuletide season show-
ed these industrious girls playing Santa Claus by presenting gifts and an assort-
ment of foods to two other families. The Easter Bunny again existed in the area
as the Tri-Hi-Y presented Easter Baskets and complete suits of clothing to some
The missions of these unselfish girls shows the organization's main purpose-
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community
high standards of Christian character." We salute the Tri-Hi-Y for all the ioy and
happiness they spread throughout our town.
HGHTH ROW fl- to r.D: D. Ferrier S Grim D Varner CSecD T Giunta C Jackson fTreasJ L Shoo ' ' ' l
' ' ' ' ' 1 - I - - , . p, C. Elwood, C. Williams, C. WilI'ams, V. Bl -
Sforge, S. Ross. SEVENTH ROW: G. Marks, 'L. Spade, S. Baustert, K. Snyder, P. Blysfane, C. Ki-idler, C. Baker, C. Bausten. SIXTH ROvll: D. Ferriel-,
F' 'ESEESIHS-RgwnsbB-H'-12561 E- gfVenSCOnIS, S- ROSS. FIFTH ROW: S- Mobley fChaplainl, L. Doverspike, C. Erwin, C. Gradwell CV. Pres.l D Coup
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Kolekl L Kem FIRST ROW: J. Hunter Weil. I ,gg e, ray, c sane. SECOND Row. Mrs. smifh, Ml
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FOURTH ROW CL. to RJ: I. Robinson, M. Brayshaw, C. Williams, C. Williams, J. Wilson. THIRD ROW: J. Shriver, R. Hill, P. Nelson, L. Bence,
P. Devers fSec.l, P. Anthony. SECOND ROW: C. Cline, S. Visley, S. Davis, S. Mobley, C. Erwin. FIRST ROW: J. Hunter, B. DeVilling, C. Crow
fPres.J, D. Coulter lTreas.j, C. Anthony, B. Crosby.
The Future Nursing Students under the supervision of Mrs. Irene McCausland, School Nurse, render many ser-
vices to the community. They help with the blood bank and the giving ot the oral vaccine. The girls tour
many of the nursing homes and have great speakers at their meetings to discuss various fields ot nursing.
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FOURTH ROW CL. to RJ: N. Robinson, V. Hill, S. Ross, K. Bracken, C. Camp, M. Mitchell, R. Rupert, C. Cravener. THIRD ROW: G. Sefts, M.
Morrow, L. Baker, S. Stear, S. McGuire CSec.D, D. Anthony, S. Speer. SECOND ROW: C. Quillen lPres.l, J. Fissel, G. Bash, S. Crow, P. Bollinger,
K. Croyle, C. Neal, C. Coffman. FIRST ROW: B. Barto, D. Palerma, D. Reese, L. Geodicke CTreas.J, P, Carney, C. Foy, G. Smith, F. Fabian.
The Junior High Future Nurses Club is busily preparing themselves for various Senior High projects. Under
the direction of Mrs. Louise Guthrie, Assistant School Nurse, these girls work in first aid drills.
SECOND ROW ll. to RJ: Mrs. Lukehart fAdvisorJ, J. Kennerdell, B. Tarosky, J. Woods fSec.D, R. Smoyer lTreas.J, L. Harkcom M Jordan l. Shriver
Held F RST ROW S. Roselle, D. Hetrick, B. Rearic, S. Swarts, B. Toland, B. Clark lPres.J, C. Patterson, S. McGaughey CV, Presb L Davis
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As spring descends upon the A.H.S. campus, the "Isabelle Henry Future
Teachers of America Club" vvelcomes it with eagerness. This organization,
under the supervision of Mrs. Lukehart, consists of students interested in mak-
ing teaching their life profession. These prospective teachers, all immuned
to spring fever, vvork diligently throughout the month of April to make "Teaching
Career Month" a great success. The A.H.S. student body also awaits the ar-
rival of this prolect, for it is then that F.T.A. members are given the Opportunity
to teach in the classroom. Teaching thus becomes a field of reality to the
Other F.T.A. proiects included American Education Week, cadet teaching in
the elementary school, and a special tutoring service. The year's programming
theme was "Exploring New Fields of Teaching." Many interesting programs
were presented to the group throughout the year.
The organization should be congratulated for their progress and success
throughout the five years of existence in A.H.S. May these dedicated members
continue to prosper in their desire to become future teachers.
IRD ROW Cl. to r.l: L. Shriver, O, Shade, C. Cline. SECOND ROW: B. Tarosky lSec.-Treas.D, K. Kennedy, B. DeVilling, P. Valco, Mrs. Hill. FIRST
W: P. Gallagher, M. Wysocki, C. Gradwell CPres.J, G. Vetro. Not Pictured, G. Knepshield CV. Pres.D.
With the coming of Spring, teachers' thoughts turn to research papers and the
A. H. S. Library becomes the haunt ot many industrious students. The Apollibra-
rians are indeed an asset as they keep books and research materials in constant
reach of the students.
Working in coniunction with Mrs. Hill, these girls undertake the responsibilities
ot assistant librarians. They are required to spend at least two periods per week
working in the library to keep the material in order.
Among the duties the Apollibrarians assume are those of desk circulation, filing
book iackets, and shelving books.
We thank these girls for adding cheer and a pleasant atmosphere to our library.
gufure jlgmema ers 0 gym enoa
The main purpose of the F. H. A. is to become better homemakers and more
pleasing individuals. Under the direction of Miss Kinney, these future home-
makers have the chance to work for a good home and family life, to encourage
democracy in home and community, to develop leadership, and to further interest
in home economics.
In the spring of the year the group is influential in helping to organize the
annual Home Economics exhibit and fashion show. The senior Future Home-
makers of America will graduate with a feeling of gratitude toward this organiza-
tion forthe help and guidance it has given them.
THIRD ROW ll. to r.D: S. Goedicke, V. Quillen, D. Poyclence,,D. Putzke, V. Hill, M. Lants, D. Johns, R. Hill, N. Saxion, Miss Kinney. SECOND
ROW: C. Shaeffer, P. Shupe fHist.l, K. Kastelic, M. Dubas, R, Hollis, R. Walker, E. Goedicke, C. Quillen, B. Eckman. FIRST ROW: I. Robinson
CPres.D, J. Phillips CTreas.J, P. Valco lSec.l, S. Goedicke CV. Pres.l.
A relatively new club in our school is chasing our girls from the Home
Economics room. Under The direction of their sponsor Miss Kinney iMrs. Bon-
ellol, The CheT's Club is learning the art of cooking.
At Times The concoctions of our Tuture chefs would frighten Duncan Hines
to death, but, nevertheless, These boys are learning through experience. As
long as non-club members are not required to sample their cooking, we shall
encourage their experimentation.
ln The Spring some boys' fancies may turn to Thoughts of love, but upper-
most in these boys' minds will be their culinary skills. Regardless of the season,
tantalizing aromas emerge from the Home Economics room to tease the noses
and tempt the appetites of all A.H.S. students.
THIRD ROW KL. to RJ: J. Ferguson, C. Blystone, R. Fulton, R. Bush, T. Cordera, J Thompson. SECOND ROW: S. DelleDonne Ufeasfl, D- 5555759
CSec.J, B. Henry, T. Miscik CV. Pres.J, E. Baylor CPres.l, Mrs. Bonello KAdvisorJ. FlRST ROW: J. Pompa, J. Mollick, A. Williamson, B. Zimmerman,
L. Bopp, L. Faber.
THIRD ROW CKneeling, l. to r.J: Mr. Clark, C. Fetterman, D. Rearic. SECOND ROW flineelinglz D. Wilmont, S. Rupert, M. Pozzani QV. Pres.l
B. Davis. FIRST ROW: B. Shafer CTreas.D, P. Miller CSec.J, T. McCauley, B. Shafer CPres.J, B. Talmadge.
Under the direction of their sponsor, Mr. Clark, the Radio Club meets every
week in the Physics and Chemistry room. There are neither dull moments nor
crossed wires as President Bob Shafer leads the club in its discussion of radios.
These radio-minded boys undertake many projects based on their love for
electronics. At the moment their ultimate goal is to set up a complete radio sta-
tion here in the high school building. This station will be equipped solely by the
club's money making projects.
"Ham radios" are hobbies for these boys, and several of them own and operate
their own sets. After receiving their call numbers, these "ham operators" spend
hours in interesting conversation with people all over the world. These ambitious
fellows are to be commended for their progress in the field of radios.
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There is possibly no one to vvhom the Kiskitas Staff is more indebted than
to Nlr. Thomas Shatter. Try to imagine a Kiskitas with no club and individual
pictures. Try to imagine no pictorial records of our sports and extracurricular
activities. Now we need no imagination to recognize the importance ot the
This man of tireless energies is always on hand vvhen the Photography Editor
calls. With the seasonal theme of this year's book he worked throughout the
year taking pictures ot our clubs and our activities.
The T964 Kiskitas Statt and advisors Wish to salute and thank Mr. Shatter.
Without his help, his patience, and his camera there could have been no
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THIRD ROW lL. to RJ: J. Shaeffer, D. Vittone B. Morrow. SECOND ROW: B. Chiatello, K. Kerr, L. McCauley, B. Beamer, M. Davis, J. Ferrero, M.
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The Junior High Student Council attempts to solve any problems that affect their students. Members are
elected by each home room in order that the entire student body be represented. The Christmas and Spring
Junior High parties are always huge successes due to the planning done by the Council.
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FOURTH ROW CL to R D- C. Crissman lTreas.j, T. Dunmire, L. Shellhammer, R. Keifer, R. Swenson, D. Vaugn, THIRD ROW: D. Vittone, R. King,
M. F tt m n L. Valco R: Egly, M. Fryer, M. Zitterburg, B. Robinson, R. Scott. SECOND ROW: E. Walker, D. Martin, D. Boarts, J. Shaeffer lPres.J,
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T. Faber lSec.D, J. Claypoole CV. Pres.J, R. Brindger, R. Shoemaker. FIRST ROW: Mr. Martin, J. Talmadge, H. Miller, D. Columbus, D. Silvis, B.
Black, J. Tressler.
The Junior Hi-Y is a group of energetic young men interested in creating good fellowship and maintaining
the high standards of our school. The climax of their year was participation in the annual Sports Spectacular
at Butler High Scool. These boys are commended for the fine Christian character they are building. 97
THIRD ROW CL. to RJ: C, Bash, M. Fryer, K. Stahl, D. Davis, K. Blair, A, Kunkle, R. Egley, B. Robinson. SECOND ROW: D. Metzler, K. Shank, B.
Black, D. Eckman, K. Bracken, T. Bartel, D. Dunmire. THIRD ROW: M. Radebaugh, T. King, J, Hickson, B. Baum, W. Blystone, K, Hanneman, D. Day,
No matter what the weather is the members of the Safety Patrol may be found every morning and after-
noon acting as the iunior police of our school. The Safety Patrol is formed for the protection of our elementary
Consisting chiefly of seventh and eighth graders, this group is under the direction of Mr. Fulton who sees
that every member is at his appointed position. To insure proper functioning of the organization, new officers
are elected each year.
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FOURTH ROW KL. to RJ: B. Robinson, B. Andrews, A. Kunkle, J. Visely, B. Morrow, J. Waltenbaugh. THIRD ROW: K. Shellhammer, B. Shoemaker,
L. Schrecongost, K. Shank, J. Tressler. SECOND ROW: H. Miller, J. Buchner, B. Hilty, D. Viftone, G. Salade, L. McGauIy, FIRST ROW: M. Scott,
H. Hanna, M. Radebach, G. Held, J. Talmadge, T. Legersky, D. Crissman.
Within our Junior High, perhaps, are the future scientists of tomorrow. Their purpose, in general, is to
promote a better knowledge and deeper understanding of science and the great part which science plays in
our everyday lives.
Under the leadership of Mr. Kier, the faculty advisor, the students have decided to build rockets. The stu-
dents design, build, and launch their own rockets. Still others are more concerned with weather and are
building weather instruments.
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FOURTH ROW Cl.. to RJ: S. Shaner CChap.D, J. Bier, K. Shellhammer, V. Smith, J. Bash, J. Pennington, A. Calvin, R. Reigh, R. Kosicek, A. Scott,
D. Bolvin. THIRD ROW: S. Crow, P. Ballinger, C. Armitage, C. Walker, C. Barkly, P. McGary, L. Stewart, B. Barnet, K. Elwood, J. Fissel. SECOND
ROW: C. Williams, J. Hickson, K. Hilty, D. Eckman, V. Held, P. Coffman, D. Day, P. Goedicke, B. Hendburg CTreas.J. FIRST ROW: Nl. BOGHS, L-
Failola, P. Carey, B. Barto, J. Woods fSec.D, E. Sloan, N. Fouse, M. Speer, C. Shockey, B. Wilson, Mrs. Black.
The Seventh and Eighth Grade Tri-Hi-Y is an organization which promotes
good will throughout our school and community. These willing workers devote
much of their time and effort to helping others. During the Easter, Thanksgiving,
and Christmas seasons, the ioy and generosity spread by this organization
are evident in various area homes.
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NJINTH ROW CL. to RJ: C. Neal, M. Rearick, S. Kunkle, P. Shank, D. Aikens, R. Brayshaw, C. Rosensteel, K. Rearick, A. Guthrie, C. Camp, J.
Swenson. EIGHTH ROW: B. Rupert, M. Swank, M, Robinson, J. Ferrero, K. Burns, D. Anthony, S. Pershing, P. Fulton. SEVENTH ROW: C. Walker,
K. Stahl, S. McGuire, S. Stear, J. Kunkle, J. Day, K. Smith. SIXTH ROW: J. Walker, S. Hone, B. Smeltzer, K. Felton, M. Mizner, B. Grable. FIFTH
ROW: C. Farineau, C. Knepshield, D. Jackson, S. Carney, L. Grinder. FOURTH ROW: D. Palermo, C. Metzler, C. Foy, B. Crosby. THIRD ROW: C.
Albert, I. Putzke, B. Riggle. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Black, S. Heffernan, F. Fabian. FIRST ROW: V. Lovisa CPres.J.
FOURTH ROW CL. to RJ:
ROW: P. Fulton, J. Bier, B.
Burns, D. Cali, C. Neal, J
Knepshield, D. Jackson, J.
The Junior High Book Club is composed ot seventh and eighth graders
with a mutual interest in reading. Under the direction of Mr. Alter,
these students have the opportunity to buy paper back books.
An assortment of books, including mysteries, science-fiction, sports
stories, and many others, arrive monthly for distribution. Ahead lie
many hours of reading pleasure as the students claim their books.
Book vvormsl Who can blame them for wanting to bury their noses
in these interesting paper backs? The "food for thought" on these
printed pages is eagerly devoured by these ardent readers.
R. Smith, K, Stahl, R. Brindger, C. Rosensteel, V. Lovisa, C. Camp, C. Rearick, R. Brayshaw, M, Fryer, D. Wray. THIRI
Grable, M. Swank, B. Black, D. Ross, D. Ortz, G. Smoyer, B. Barnet, J. Ferrero. SECOND ROW: C. Hone, M. Misner, K
Stevenson, C. Walker, P. Carey, D. Bolvin. FlRST ROW: S. Heffernan, B. Nulph, B. Cricks, B. Wilson, C. Albert, K
Walker, Mr. Alter.
The Prep Band is an organizaTion of young musicians whose goal is
evenTuaI membership in The Senior Band. An apprenTiceship of Two
years musT be served by These people who are sTudenTs Trom The
sevenTh and eighTh grades.
Marching experience Tor This 'group is received by accompanying
The Senior Band in The communiTy parades and The IasT home TooTbaIl
game. They also Take parT in The Spring Music FesTivaI. All of This
provides Tine experience Tor These Trainees.
STANDING CL. To R.J: M. Lees, J. Bowser, L. SmiTh, W. Hunfer, W. Cricks, R. Bopp, T. Morrow, G. Smoyer. FOURTH ROW: B. Kerr, B. Klingen
smiTh, P. Carey, K. SmiTh, K. KinTer, R, Lees, C. Cravener, L. STewarT, I. Pufzke. THIRD ROW: E. Kolek, K. Elwood, B. BarneTTe, K, Crissman, S
ArTman, B. Devers, D. Ortz, D. Silvis, E. McInTire, R. Cline, K. Hanneman, R. Brindger, D. Wilson, L. Valco. SECOND ROW: M. Swank, A
GuThrie, R. Egley, R. SmiTh, B. SmeITzer, D. Smith, B. Black, K. STahI, P. Criswell, B. Shaeffer, D. Boarfs, R. Brink, M. FeTTerman, D. Ross, J
Shaeffer, D. MarTin. FIRST ROW: K. FeITon, K. Ross, B. Wilson, D. Bolvin, K. Bracken, S. Kuhns, D. Filer, K. Burns.
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STANDING IL. to RJ: M. Wysocki, G. Morrow, D. Pester IEd.j, Mrs.
Smith, D. Wenckovvski. KNEELING: R. Morgan, N. Pe-Ilegrini. LITERARY STAFF
CL. to RJ: L. Wensconis, C. Martin CEd.J, S. Smith, Miss Arnal.
CL, to RJ: J, Shriver, B. Clark, D. Pester, S. Smith, G. Morrow, R. Morgan, C. Martin
IL. to RJ: B. Tarosky, J. Kennerdell IEd.J EDITOR-IN-CHIEF IL- IO R-I1 5'MCGHU9I1ey,M..IOrdan IEcI.J.
CL. To R.T: J. Shriver fEdJ, B. Klonovvski.
B. Taylor, P. Shoop, L. Davis, C. Gradwell, J. Hunter.
N. Pellegrini, J. Kennerdell, M. Wysocki, S. McGaughey, M. Jordan, B. Tarosky.
Much of The success of The KiskiTas STa
hard Work of The Senior and Junior Kiski
TT can be aTTribuTed To The leadership of Bunny Clark and To The
Tas STafTs. MosT of The responsibiliTies Tall upon The Senior KiskiTas
STaTT. The Junior STaTT is more oT a Training group which prepares Them Tor The Senior STaTT. AlThough all
oT The sTaTTs vvork TogeTher They each have Their own responsibiliTies. The LiTerary STaTT wriTes The class will,
class prophecy, and The club arTicles. The SporTs STaTT keeps records of The fooTball and baskeTball games.
The Business STaTT receives ads for The yearbook and helps raise money Through various proiecTs. The Typing
STaTT, as iTs name implies, Types The copy. Possibly The mosT diligenT sTaTT is The PhoTography STaTT.
ouT The year members of This sTaTT work
Each year sTudenTs and parenTs are vvell
The lunch sTand. AnoTher annual evenT under KiskiTas' sponsorship is The ChrisTmas Dance. This year iT
"Snovvball." ln connecTion vviTh The Senior
ouT The year. Mrs. Odessa SmiTh and Miss
The KiskiTas STaTT would like To Thank Them
esko Tor helping aT The snack-bar during
ATTer The hard vvork and oTTen exaspe
Torvvard To seeing The Tinished'producT.
breaThes a sigh of relief.
in cooperaTion wiTh Mr. Shaffer, The KiskiTas phoTographer.
Ted aT home football games because The KiskiTas members work aT
Class The KiskiTas sponsors several oTher fund-raising proiecTs Through-
Arnal are responsible Tor much of The success of These proiecTs, and
Tor all of Their help and paTience. Special Thanks are due Mr. Afan-
The home TooTball games.
raTing Task of preparing The KiskiTas Tor publicaTion, The STaTT looks
When The book Tinally arrives and is disTribuTed, The enTire sfaff
FOURTH ROW TL. To R.J: R. Magness, A. SchrecongosT, G. Fouse, E.
Black, J. Wilmonr, L. Harckckom, THIRD ROW: M. Shade, D. Cooper, C.
Miller, D. Varner, S. Roselle. SECOND ROW: S. Mobley, K. Snyder, L.
Radebach, S. Swarts, K. FeTTerman, M. Brennan. FIRST ROW: N. Watterson,
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