Apollo High School - Kiskitas Yearbook (Apollo, PA)
- Class of 1966
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All the world's a stage and as each act fades away pleasant memories remain. The
best memories are the memories of the people who have helped us. These people we ad-
mire and respect. The Class of 1966 would like to share its memories of one very special
person, Mrs. Virginia Carey, with the entire student body and faculty.
Obviously we remember biology class first. Even before we entered high school
we had heard of biology class. Some of us may have shared fears that we would not
be able to master this difficult subject, but we soon learned that although Mrs. Carey's
standards were extremely high if we worked hard we succeeded. We appreciate the fact
that we had to work hard in biology class because we learned more than biology. We
learned not to be satisfied with halfway measures. Later in life we will appreciate this
even more. As mature adults we will remember gratefully Mrs. Carey and her efforts on
We remember more than hard work. We remember little things like the double
desks in Mrs. Carey's room. The drawers in these desks were so small that all of our books
could not fit in them. We remember collecting leaves and dissecting worms, crayfish, and
frogs. And no one will ever forget Mrs. Carey's guinea pigs and the day they had babies.
We remember Mrs. Carey, the teacher, but we also remember Mrs. Carey, our ad-
visor. Mrs. Carey was our Sophomore Class Advisor and shared much of her free time with
TJs. With her help we raised money for the Prom in our iunior year. She organized our
many different committees such as the bake sale committee, the candy committee, and the
stationery committee. She worked diligently on all of these committees, and she made us
want to work, too. When we were iuniors Mrs. Carey
continued to help us. If our regular advisor was un-
able to attend after school meetings, Mrs. Carey was
always willing to stay and help. We know she was
not obligated to stay with us, so we appreciate even
more this volunteer help she gave us.
We will always remember Mrs. Carey, our
teacher, advisor, and friend. We hope she will re-
member us. As a small token of our debt and gratitude
to her, we the Class of 1966 gratefully dedicate the
1966 Kiskitas to Mrs. Virginia Carey.
Board of Education
Apollo Area Joint Board
'The Apollo Area Joint School Board is comprised of fifteen members with tive rep-
resentatives from each district. The members from Apollo are Clifford Shaffer, Cecil Shaelrfer,
John Guthrie, Harold Williamson, newly elected in November, and John Gregg who was
appointed to take Rev. Jordon's place. Representing North Apollo are Deane Frank, Ed-
ward Watterson, Jack Allera, Alvin Byers, and W. Leech Hunter. Serving for Kiski Town-
ship are Harold Geiger, Fred Altmire, Nelson Shellhammer, Paul Kepple, and Perry Walker.
Each member is elected for a term of six years, but he may be reelected several times.
These men are the writers, directors, and producers of the life that is played on the
stage of Apollo High. Together they adopt and enforce rules and regulations which are
necessary to maintain our school's high standards. They also provide funds that furnish us
with capable teachers, a broad curriculum, and a well maintained building. We are greatly
indebted to the School Board for the educational advantages and opportunities they have
A. L. CAMPBELL B.S.g M.Ed. CHARLES A. DAVIS B.S.: M.Ed.
Slippery Rock State College California State Teachers College
University of Pittsburgh Miami University
Supervising Principal Pennsylvania State College
High Schol Principal
RICHARD W. CIUCA B.S.7 M.Ed. JANE F. DAVIS LOUISE GIBBONS
lnqiana State College Edgewood Park Junior College Secretary to Mr, Davis
Duquesne University Secretary ro Mr. Davis and Mr. Ciuca
EVELYN B. LYONS
Secretary to Supervising
University of Pittsburgh
Table of Contents
Act I - The Players
Custodians and Cooks
Act ll - Organizations
Senior High Clubs
Junior High Clubs
Act lll - Sports
Act IV - Finale
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
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GUIDO, RICHARD LEWIS
"Only the brave know how to forgive."
BARCLAY, MARSHALL CHARLES
"Faith can move mountains!
ANTHONY, EARL RINARD
"He'd rather lose his dinner than his lest."
ANTHONY, PATRICIA MARIE
"In quietness and confidence shall be her strength."
LITZ, GEOFFREY WILLIAM
"A gentleman by nature and a scholar by education."
POZZANI, LINDA ANN
"A full and good life leaves naught to be desired."
ALTMIRE, JUDITH ANNE
"Life can never be exactly like we want it to be."
"Without laughter there is no ioy."
ANTHONY, ROY EDWARD
"To have a friend you need the desire to have one before you
can gain one."
ARTMAN, GLENN A.
"Victory belongs to the most persevering."
BARCLAY, JAMES ME RLE
"A careless song, with a little nonsense in it now and then,
makes life more pleasing."
BARKER, LINDA LEE
"She is the mirror of all courtesy."
AUNGST, WALLACE DANIEL
"Men like bullets go farthest when they are smooth."
BAKER, DONALD LEE
"A man of stride and a man of contentment."
BASISTA, THOMAS MlCHAEL
"The sky's the limit boysg iust go up!"
BAUSTERT, CLAIRE MAE
"Silence is not always tactg and it is tact that is golden,
BICEGO, EUGENE JAMES
"High aims form high character."
BIELEK, LEONARD STANISLAUS
"No man is free who is not master ef himself."
BRAYSHAW, MARY ELLEN
Mary Ellen Academic
"ExceIIent things are rare."
BUCHNER, DAVID JOHN
"For every girl, a lady's man."
BEARD, RICHARD CLYDE I
Butch Academic I
"Fare thee well." I
BEE, RANDALL KEITH
"Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be
BLISS, BETTY DARLENE
"Better late than never."
BOWSER, WILLIAM EUGENE
"To love the game beyond the prize."
BURKETT, LINDA CAROL
"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit."
BURNS, REBECCA JEAN
"A thousand mile iourney begins with the first step."
COLAIANN E, JAMES
"Life without laughter is like a lamp without light."
CRAWFORD, RALPH EDWARD
"Silence is one great art of conversation."
CALDERONE, LARRY JAMES
"lf you can't touch bottom batter the sides."
"Youth is wholly experimental."
CROFUTT, CECIL GORDON
"l will be the pattern of all patience."
CROSBY, BONNIE JOY
"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?"
DAWKINS, THOMAS LEROY
"For now I am in a holiday humor."
DeVlLLlNG, REBECCA JANE
"Feet that run on willing errands."
FELTON, KAREN LOUISE
"The most useful ofthe arts is the art of being useful."
FERRIER, DONNA LYNN
I "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
CROW, MARCIA JAYNE
"What sweet delight a quiet life affords."
DAVIS, SANDRA KAY
"Good humor only teaches charm to last."
DIXON, JAMES WESLEY
"A day for sport, an hour for toil."
DOVERSPIKE, RONNIE LYN
"An appearance of delicacy is almost essential to beauty."
"A friend is the most valuable thing in the world."
FULTON, MARTIN A.
"He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty."
GOEDICKE, SONYA LEE
"Time is of the essence."
GREGG, JOHNA DEL
"l shall go softly all my years.
GALLAGH ER, MARGARET ROSE
"All grand things come from the heart."
GAMB LE, JOYCE
"What is thine is mine, and all mine is thine."
GRIN DER, DAVID FLOYD
P. + Dave Commercial
lc ure "Every man is the architect of his own future."
Not GUENTHER, NORMAN
' Norman Academic
AVa'I'3bIe "The modest man has everything to gain."
HOUSEHOLDER, DAVID LEE
"AIways do the best that you can do and that is the best
that can be expected of you."
HUNTER, NORMA DALE
"ln her eyes there is perpetual mischief."
KERR, JOSEPH JAMES
"The best way to know God is to Iove many, many things."
"We can do anything we want to if we stick to it long
HEFFERNAN, DAVID KANE
"Good things come in small packages."
HICKS, SUZANNE LORRAINE
"Laughter is man's best medicine."
HILTY, DONALD LEE
"Those with strength shall not weaken."
JACKSON, HOWARD JOSEPH
"SmaIl in body, but not in heart."
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"A pair of beautiful blue eyes can remedy anything."
I KNEPSHIELD,- ROBERT MARLIN
"Wha'fever'you do in school, work or play, always try to do
LANTZ, STANLEY TIMOTHY
Maior Lanrz General
"Don't iusf dream of doing ihingsp turn those dreams into
MAIETTA, FRANK DOMINIC
"What's the scoop?"
KOSICEK, LINDA JEAN
"The smile that won't fade away."
LANDER, WILLIAM RICHARD
"Leisure is the mother of PhiIosophy."
MARKS, LARRY PHILIP
"Leisure is the reward of labor."
MCCAULEY, THOMAS EDWARD
"The devil's ever kind to his own."
MILLER, PATRICIA JANE
"She has the two noblest things-sweetness and light."
MONTALI, JUNE MARIE
"A cheerful spirit mixed with deviIment."
"The fox has many tricks."
"Good nature is stronger than words and wisdom."
MCGAUGHEY, JOHN MICHAEL
"Genuine and innocent wit is surely the flavor of the
MELLINGER, LINDA MAE
"The greatest pleasure of life is loving."
AMOORE, PAMELA DALE
"Love's a malacly without a cure."
NALE, LANA YVONNE
"It is impossible to cheat in lite. There are no answers to
the problems in the back of the book."
NOTTE, MICHAEL DOMINIC
"Contentment brings happiness."
PEACE, PHYLLIS GENE
"The only way to have a friend is to be one."
"Men of few words are the best men."
POYDENCE, CAROL JEAN
"The highest wisdom is continual cheerfulnessf'
PEPPLER, DWIGHT OLIVER
"The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery."
PLAZIO, ANTOINETTE MARIE
"I hasten to laugh at everything, for fear of being obliged
RAINEY, LELAN D PAUL
"Nothing is rarer than real goodness."
REARICK, LUCINDA BELLE
"The gift of gaiety may itself be the greatest good
" 'Tis good to live and learn."
ROBINSON, GERALD EDWARD
"Take time enough."
SCHRECENGOST, DAVID CHARLES
"Much wisdom often goes with fewest words."
SCOTT, NEDRA KAY
I Ned Academic
"To err is human, to forgive is divine."
"This world belongs to the energetic."
"l know a trick worth two of that."
"Speech is great, but silence is greater."
ROSSI, MARIANNE LOUISE
"Life is happiness, sorrow, love, hate, anger, and fear."
SEFTS, JANET IRENE
"Thoughtfulness is the essence of friendship."
SHAEFFER, MARY JANE
Mary Jane Academic
"Style is the dress of thoughts."
SMITH, VAUGHN ALAN
"A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature."
SPOSITO, JAMES ANDREW
"l think, therefore I am."
SHAFER, WILLIAM BOYD
"Put not a point to your wit, lest it Be blunted."
SHEAFFER, JUDY MARLENE
"He that has patience may compass anything."
STEWART, REBECCA JANE
"Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life."
STEWART, SHERYL MARLANE
"The first element of success is the determination to succeed."
STOKES, WILLIS RAY
"The oneswho work all the way end up with the best."
ST. PETER, RONALD
"Gooolly is he that goodly doeth."
TALMADGE, BYRON LEE
"Good humor is the health of the soul."
TOMICEK, WILLIAM RICHARD
"In all men, thought and action start from a single source,
VITTONE, DOMENIC MICHAEL
"Talent is power, tact is skill."
WALKER, CHERYL CHRISTINE
"Where there's love there's happiness."
TRESSLE R, H. DEAN
"Victory goeth before and pride cometh after."
TRESSLER, JOHN RICHARD
"Reserve is the truest expression of respect toward .those who
are its obiects."
The most beau
WATTERSON, DONALD RALPH
Good fighter, good sportsman, Fare Thee Well!"
WILSON, JUDITH ANNE
The highest grace of music flows from the heart."
YOUNG, STANLEY MARK
tiful thing in the world is freedom
PAGE, ROBERT RALPH
'Handsome is, as handsome does."
"I take life as I find It."
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MAX AFANESKO, 5.5. LYNN E. ALTER, B.S. JUDY YVONNE ARNAL, B.A. BERNICE S. BLACK, B.S.
lndiana State College, University of Teachers College, Pennsylvania State Thiel College, University of Pittsburgh, lndiana Slate College, Reading, English
Pittsburgh, P.O.D., Economics, World University, Indiana State College: Indiana Stale College, Clarion State
Culture English College, English, Speech
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- BARBARA W. BLEVINS, B,S. CAROLYN BOYD, B.S. CHARLES BONELLO, B.S. ERNEST D. CALDWELL, B.S.
Slippery Rock Slate College, Univer- Indiana University, Commercial Edinboro State College, Indiana Uni- California Stale College, lndustrial Arts,
gray of Pittsburgh, Health, Physical versity, Special Education Mechanical Drawing
VIRGINIA P. CAREY, B.S., M.Ed. STELLA CHERO, B.S. RICHARD C. CLARK, B.S. DONALD J. CONTE, B.S.'
Penn State University, Thiel College, Indiana State College, Home Eco- 'ndiana State College, Physics, Chem- California State College, English
Biology, General Science nomics, Home and Family Living istry
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CORNELIA ANNE DAVIS, B,S, VIOLET W. FONNER, B.S. JOSEPH E. FUSZEK, B.S., M.Ed. ROBERT GROSCH, B.S.
Indiana State College, Art California State Collegey Mathematics Slippery Rock State College, Penn State Clarion State College, Penn State Uni
College, University ol Pittsburgh, versity, Indiana State College, History
Springfield College, University of Driver Education
Munich, Germany, University of Colo-
rado, University of California, Health,
JOYCE HILL, B.S. JOHN HUDASKY, BA. DONNA JOHNSON, B.S.: M.Ed. ROBERT KASUBA, B.S.
Clarion State College, Penna. State Columbia University, Syracuse Univer- SIPPGFY Rock STUTE COHCQBV UniVel'5lfY indiana State College: Geometry, Al-
Universityy Librarian sity, Indiana University: Russian of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State Uni- gebra Il, Trigonometry, Ad, Math '
versity, Health, Phys. Ed.
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Roberts Wesleyan College, University
ot Pittsburgh, University of Ohio,
Cornell University, Science
GERALDINE HAMMAN KURTZ,
Carnegie Institute of Technology,
Pennsylvania State University, Univer
sity at Pittsburgh, Marywoocl College
University of Pennsylvania, Music,
GEORGE LARSON, B.S. KATHRYN C. LUKEHART B,S., M.Ecl. AUREL LUCA, B.S. M.A.
Montana State University, Eastern Indiana State College, University of University of Bucharest, Rvmvnia, De'
Montana College, Indiana State Col- Pittsburgh, Penn State University: Sen- Pdffmefll' of Pl'1il0S0Pl1Y Gnd Letters
lege, English ior High Special Education l-lC9l'1fl0l9. MCISVEI' of ANS: Ffenflll
R. LEROY MARTIN, B.S. ELMER MORGAN, B.S. PHILIP A. MURPHY, B,A. ROBERT I. NICHOI., B.S.
Anderson College, Ball State Teachers Slippery Rock State College, Indiana Grove City College, Indiana State Clarion State College, Indiana State
COIIEQS, ll'ldIOflO SIGIS Collegef GGOQ- University, Health, Phys, Ed, College, American History College, Indiana State University
rophy, Pa. History
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ANDREW D. SCHREFFLER, B.S. JOSEPH P. SHAW, B.S,
Roberts Wesleyan College, Clarion
State College, East Los Angeles Col-
lege, English, Ad. Composition
VIRGINIA C. SMITH, B.S. ODESSA H. SMITH, B.S,
Slippery Rock State College, Penna. Grove City College, Commercial
State University, English, Literature
Clarion State College, Duquesne Uni-
versity, Indiana State College, Penna.
History, World Culture, Ancient His-
STEVE Q-IREMSHOCK, B.S., M.S.
Slippery Rock State College, Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, Health, Phys. Ed,
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Otterbein College, Carnegie Institute Edinboro State Collegey 'Plane Geom
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Ron Stefaniak, Linda Shoop, Carole Kridler
Debbie Jaracy, David Ortz,
Charlene Hone Cabsentj
Coleen Alberts, Tom Walton, Karen Ross, Wally Hunter, Vicki
Mark Sloan, Doine McCausland, John Coulter, Paul Heckman
If it were not for The custodians
of Apollo High School, the curtains
could never rise for our production.
Working behind the scenes, these men
spend many long hours cleaning, paint-
ing, and repairing our stage, the
school. Too often This work goes un-
recognized. We,wish now to assure
Them that Their work is Truly ap-
Another behind the scenes
group are the cooks. Throughout the
year these women prepare balanced
meals tor The students who eat in the
cafeteria. They try to do the impossible
-please everyone. The student body
would like to express gratitude to these
Mrs. Lasher, Mrs. Ulery, Mrs. Swartz, Mrs. Shriver
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STANDING: G. Bicego President! S Sh
mst ROW: T. Walton, D. Cosco, W- Hunter' - ana'
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As the curtain ascends on a new school year, the Student Council arises
to meet its duties and challenges. The stage is set for action, and the Student
Council is prepared to direct this action.
Every year two students are elected from each homeroom to serve on
Student Council. Their purpose is to act as the representatives of the student
b . . . .
ody. After an exciting campaign between two nominees, the student loody elects
a president. The President, Gene Bicego, along with the other officers, Vice Presi-
dent, Ellen Devilling, and Secretary-Treasurer, Nedra Scott, under the leadership
of Mr. Ciuca guide the Student Council throughout the year towards its goal.
Through this organization the students express their opinions and develop
their own ideas. These ideas keep the Student Council active all year. lts mem-
bers are constantly at work on some project. Only when the curtain is lowered
at the end of the year does the Student Council stop its work and then it only
ational Honor Society
Recognition is given to students for Their contributions to the school iust
as recognition is given to actors vvho excel in Their field. A unique recognition for
Apollo students is a membership in the National Honor Society. The requirements
the Society maintains are high. A prospective member must maintain a high
scholastic average first. Then his character, service record to the school and the
community, and leadership abilities are checked. Finally he knows that the selec-
tion of new members is limited to T5 per cent of the Senior Class and TO per cent
of the Junior Class. Membership in the National Honor Society is a highly coveted
treasure and if the prospective member receives this membership, he is formally
initiated into the Society during a special assembly in the spring. The entire school
is present for his recognition.
The members of National Honor Society receive recognition, but they also
receive and accept more responsibility. Their sponsor Mr. Fuszek makes certain that
the members do not rest on their laurels. To help the sponsor the members
elected officers: Judy Wilson, president, Linda Mellinger, vice president, and Susan
Reichenbaugh, secretary-treasurer. The organization then had a clothing drive dur-
ing the Christmas season to aid the underprivileged. We extend to the members
of the National Honor Society the best of luck in their future ambitions.
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M. Barclay, G. Litz, M, McGaughey, S. Reichenbaugh, M. Young, J. Wilson, L. Pozzani, S. Davis, S. Yohe, L. Mellinger, K. Felton M Rossi Mr
Under the leadership of June Montali the T966 iunior and senior Kiskitas staffs have worked hard
all year preparing the yearbook for publication. Each individual staff performed its separate duties
and then joined together to produce the finished product. The Literary Staff wrote the Class Will, the
Class Prophecy, the Class History, and the club articles. The Sports Staff wrote up all the sports events
and the Art Staff designed the layouts and the divider pages. The necessary funds for the publication
costs were raised by the Business Staff through various sales and ads. The Junior Staff members were
jack of all trades as they gained valuable experience by helping wherever was necessary. And finally
the Photography Staff with the aid of Mr. Shaeffer, the Kiskitas photographer, took and identified all the
pictures in the book.
The Kiskitas and
the Senior Class also op-
erated the lunch stand at
the home football games.
Funds from this proiect
are used for the Senior
Banquet and for the year-
book. Mr. Afanesko and
Mrs. Smith helped us
with this and all other
money raising protects.
We thank them for their
The Kiskitas Staff
wishes to thank all the
teachers and the admin-
istration for their coop-
eration in making this
yearbook possible. We
also wish to thank every-
one who took time to
help us identify pictures,
especially the junior high
pictures. Since our school
continues to increase its
population, it is impos-
sible for us to know all
of the students. As all
the work on the yearbook
is completed, the spon-
sors, the staff, and the
entire student body anx-
iously await the arrival
of the final production.
We of the Kiskitas Staff
hope you will enioy it
for a long time to come.
J u n I O r June Montali-editor Y
SEATED: K. Bracken, L..Shoop, C..KridIer, E. Devilling, L. Cordero, B. McMillan. STANDING: J. Morgan, T. Toland, S. Kuhns, B. Stennetf, M.
DGVIS, G. Sefts, C. Qulllen, L. Gibbons, D. Aikens, M. Dubas, L. Riggle
SEATED: R. Lee, L. Barker, D. Baker, Mrs. Smith Csponsorl, M.
Crow, C. Rearic, C. Bauster, C. Poydence
A. Plazio, S. Davis
SEATED: P, Gallagher, M. Brayshaw, B. Tomicek STANDING: M. Young
SEATED: B. Burns, L. Mellinger, L. Pozzani, B. Talmadge. STANDING: Miss Arnal Cspon-
sorj, J. Gregg
The Tiger Gazette, affectionately known to Apollo Area Joint High School students as The "T.G.", is the
school's monthly newspaper. The paper's wide circulation may be ascribed to the fact that the students them-
selves star in and produce The paper themselves, and to The excellent quality of the finished publication. Mrs. Caro-
line Boyd sponsors this hard-working, dedicated group of budding iournalists.
Susan Yohe, editor-in-chief, has maintained this year the same high standards as last year when she was
also editor. Karen Felton is the assistant editor and Linda Burkett is the business manager'of the club. Five indi-
vidual staffs combine efficiently to produce the Tiger Gazette: circulation staff, Darlene Bliss, editor, sports staff,
Sandy Davis, editor, typing and exchange staff, Becky Stewart, editor, feature staff, Becky DeVilling, editor, and
the advertising staff, Norma Hunter, editor.
In the past, the club sponsored each year a Christmas party for underprivileged children. This year the club
is planning an Easter party instead, for they felt their help will benefit the children more at that time.
ROW 1: L. Sofaly,
B. DeViIling, c. An-
thony. ROW 2, D.
Kurtz, 'M. Shaeffer,
J. Bier. ROW 3: B.
Stewart, L. Kosicek,
B. Aungsf, B. Beam-
er, D. Rebyanski,
G. Marks, -J. Alt-
mire, J. Walker, K.
Felton, C. Albert.
ROW I: P. Luke
hart, D. Albert, S.
Hicks. ROW 2: N
Hunter, N. Adamik,
L. Hilty. ROW 3: D.
Bliss, B. Hoff, C.
Farineau, B. Grable,
ROW 'l: D. Trout-
man, K, Smith, L.
Colaianne B. Man-
gificio, R. Bray-
shaw. ROW 2: K.
Felton, D. Aikens,
C. Baustert, E. De-
villing, L. Framp-
ton, K. Kerr, C.
Neal, L. Kosicek.
ROW 3: C. Albert,
E. Poydence, P.
Fulton, K. Kinter, J.
Wilson, B. Stewart.
ROW 4: D. Aikens,
L. Dagan, K. Burns,
K, Knepshield, C.
Poydence, L. Bur-
kett. ROW 5: D.
Bliss, J. Walker, S.
Hicks, J. Altmire,
N, Adamik, P.
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son K. Felton N
Scott C. Hone
W 2: D. n-
thony M. Mitchell
N. Hunter M. Bray-
shaw S. Davis.
ROW I: K. Metzler, K. Sthal, E. Miscek, J. Sefts, A. Held, R. Doverspike
ROW 2: D, Jackson, J. Ferrero, B Stennett, C Jackson, l.. Shoop, S. Kuhns, D. Ferrier,
ROW 3: Mrs. Smith. L. Grinder, R. Matarrese, P. Shank, K. Williams, B. Roberts, L. Gibbons, V. Lovisa
As the years and acts go by, the Tri-Hi-Y, one of the oldest organizations,
continues to play its part to promote good will and devotes much of its time and
efforts to helping others. This year the Tri-Hi-Y provided two needy families with
a Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. The dinner consisted of the complete holiday
feast, a turkey and all the trimmings. To some Apollo children the Easter Bunny
again existed as the Tri-Hi-Y presented Easter Baskets and complete suits of cloth-
ing, during the Easter season.
The organization is advised by Mrs. Virginia Smith and is led by the fol-
lowing officers, Linda Shoop, president, Vickie Lovisa, vice president, Barbara Sten-
nett, secretary, Susan Kuhns, treasurer, and Donna Ferrier, chaplain. We salute the
Tri-Hi-Y for all the ioy and happiness they spread throughout our town.
The Apollo librarians assume heavy responsibilities in keeping The library
neaT, clean, and prepared for The mad sTudy hall rush scene. AssisTing Mrs. Hill,
The librarian, The girls donaTe Two sTudy halls per week To work in The library,
while acquainTing Themselves wiTh various books, magazines, and newspapers.
Also, The crediT for The colorful bulleTin board ouTside The library musT be given
To These girls, for This is Truly anoTher of Their well-appreciafed asseTs To our
The officers of This year's Library Club were Peg Gallagher, presiclenT,
Becky DeVilling, vice presidenfp and Sandy Carney, secrefary-Treasurer.
SEATED: I. Putzke, P. Brewer, R. DeVilling, M. Gallagher, S. Carney, S. Cravener
STANDING: Mrs, Hill, sponsor S. BurkeTT, G. Bash, D. Reese, S, Shilling, A. Colvin, S. Ross, S. Bausterf, S. McGuire, B. Shellhammer C Quillen
ROW T: C. Froncek, A. Calvin, P. Shank, L. Dagan, A. Guthrie, K. Rearick, K. Markitell, K. Burns, K. Blair, K. Rearick, V. Lovisa, K. Williams, D
Aikens, B, Mangeiaficio, L. Sofaly, D. Chitello, K. Bracken
ROW 2: D. Eckman, P. Ameno, S. Crow, L. Crusan, J. Ferrero, C. Walker, R. Matterese, C. Armitage, P. Fulton, L, Falola, D. Anthony, L.
Grinder, M. Swank, G. Bash, P. Brewer, D. Jorsey
ROW 3: B. Nolph, R. Kosicek, J. Mangas, P. Coffman, K. Hilty, V. Smith, V. Stefaniak, R. Brayshaw, C. Neil, B. Elwood, J. Stefaniak, P. Carey,
A. Shockey, S. Shaner, B. Barnett.
ROW 4: C. Albert, C. Hone, K. Felton, B. Stefaniak, C. Farineau, P. Hancock, C. Quillen, B. Wilson, K. Stahl, J, Lamanna, D. Travaglia, B. Crosby
M. Robinson, J. Walker
ROW 5: D. Crissman, S. Carney, K. Knepshield, K. Cravener, L. Visley, C. Walker, P. Sloan, J. Woods, C. Cravener, P. Tardivo, B. Riggle, D. Jack-
son, P. Goedicke, D. Reese
Another scene in our play begins. The leads are Ruth Ann Brayshaw,
President, Martha Swank, Point Recorder, and Sandy Carney, Head of Basketball.
On Thursday night these Freshman and Sophomore girls play volleyball, basketball,
and are able to try out for the gym exhibition. The curtain on this scene closes
when the girls become Juniors. They then go into GAA and the points they
earned as members of GSC are carried over when they loin GAA.
Although the athletic spotlight is directed mostly upon the boys, the girls of
Apollo High School do not remain inactive in sports. The enthusiastic cheers you
hear coming from the gym every Monday evening are expelled by the Junior and
Senior members of GAA. These girls meet to have fun and play volleyball and
basketball. Practicing for the annual gym exhibition and playing teams from var-
ious schools in volleyball and basketball take up a lot of the girls' time. Organizing
committees for the different events and performing other jobs are the duties of the
GAA officers who are Point Recorder, Johna Del Gregg, Secretary-Treasurer, Linda
Pozzani, Volleyball Head, Ronnie Doverspike, Basketball Head, Sandy Davis, and
taking care of the candy sales at the basketball games is Cindy Rearick. Let it not
be said that the girls of Apollo High School do not play an important role in the
scene of athletics.
ROW I C Jackson M. Brayshaw, K. Smith, L. Hilty, L. Shoop, B. Burns, K. Bracken, S. Ross, M, Shaffer, P. Blystone, L. Pozzanr A Plazio E
Poydence S Grim, C. Lamana, N. Hunter, L. Barker
ROW 2 S Speer S Davis, D. Alberts, C. Bauster, C. Poydence, C. Krindler, K. Kinter, D. Ferrier, S. Kuhns, J. Morgan, C, Rearick L Frampton G
Marks N Adamak, S. Stewart, M. Rossi
ROW 3 J Montelli I. Stiffy, S. Bauster, J. Sefts, J. Chitello, M. Dubas, L. Gibbons, B. Beamer, K. Kerr, G, Sefts, L. Coffman, A Bash E DeVillmg
J Walker B Hott C. George
ROW 4 M Kolick K. Felton, C. Walker, B. Stewart, D. Bliss, J. Altmire, S. Hicks, L. Kosicek, B. Stennet, L, Geodicke, S Swank C Qulllen
C Anthony B McMillen
ROW 5 R Doverspike, L. Colaianne. M. Crow, B. DeViIling, L. Cordera L. Riggle, S. Reichenbaugh, D Aikins, N. Scott, M. Davis J Gregg D
Reese C Watterson, L. Nale
IST ROW: Colleen Albert, Betsy McMillen, 2ND ROW: Kathy Felton, Becky
Stewart, Ellen DeVilling. 3RD ROW: Ruth Ann Brayshaw, Barbaret Stennett
4TH ROW: Linda Shoop
56 Becky Stewart: Captain
Our octet of maiorettes completes the gay,
musical department of Apollo High and their counter-
parts the J.V. maiorettes eagerly prepare to continue
in their place next year. The spotlights shine on these
hard-working girls who have spent many painstaking
hours preparing for their debut. With Becky Stewart
as head maiorette, the girls attended Carol Hauk's
Maiorette Camp in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, where
they learned new routines and worked their ideas
into such favorites as "The Stripper", "Peter Gunn",
and "Pink Panther". Their routines were well-received
at the half time shows, and along with the assistance
of Miss Snyder, they livened the audience and raised
the morale of many people. As the curtain descends
on their last performance at a basketball pep assem-
bly, a well-deserved applause accompanies the T965-
66 squad off stage.
Backstage the J.V. Maiorettes work hard, also.
Often these girls receive few accolades, but they con-
tinue to work, and always they hope to ioin the ranks
of the Varsity Maiorettes.
We made it!
Lef'5 go, Tigers!
As The band Takes cenTer sTage aT The fooT-
ball games, They are preceded by The Colorguard.
The duTy of The Colorguard is To bear The colors of
our naTion and of our school. This year The Colorguard
was increased in membership from four To six girls.
Again The leaders of our band have done a com-
LeT's play follow The leader.
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Linda Pozzani, Cathy Rearic, Dawna TrouTman, Judy Morgan, Judy Altmire
J. . Maiorettes
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ROW 1: L. Shoop, S. Kuhns, R. B
ROW 2: K. Knepshield, R. Dezich, C. Cravener, S. McGuire, M, Fennell, P. DeFilippo, L. Shellhamm
ROW 3: D. Reese, S. Baustert, K. Coffman, B. Stennett, M. Davis, G. Harkcom, B. Dev:
ROW 4: K. Sthal, P. Fulton, B. Beamer, L. Kosicek, R. Stewart, E. Walker, L. Sow:
ROW 5: S. Ross, M. Mitchell, R. Brayshaw. K. Bracken, D. Kurtz, J. Shaeffer, M. Not
The vocal effects on our stage are produced by the Senior High Choru
One can hear a few strains of music escaping through the auditorium doors durir
the seventh period practices. Under the direction of Mrs. Kurtz, the chorus pr'
vides entertainment for school assemblies and concerts presented to the cor
"Cindy", an off-Broadway hit, was selected for this year's musical, sponsore
by the chorus with the cooperation of the band. Much work went intothe line
songs, backdrops, props, and other such preparations which made the music
Wilson, S. Speer, G. Litz
Jordan, R. Frampton, L. Cordera, N. Scott, S. Reichanbaugh, J. Gregg, B. Crosby
, Toland, M. Barclay, S. Pershing, M. Shank, C. Walker, J. Swenson, J. Montali, Mrs. Kurtz sponsor
, Rupert, M. Young, D. Martin, S. Gray, J. Morgan, L. Gibbons, M. Gallagher, C. Quillen
. McCauley, L. Wilson, W. Frayer, W. Tomicek, M. Rearick, K. Rearick, K. Burns Lovisa, M. Brayshaw
The money earned by the chorus goes into the cost of awards. A three year
nember receives a windbreaker, and a two year member receives an orange felt
Each year the chorus selects a few- members to go to both'County and Dis-
'ict Chorus. This year in March Geoffrey Litz, Donna Kurtz, and Tom McCauley
fill represent our school at District Chorus in Clarion County. As the scene fades,
wembers of the Junior High Choruses await backstage to flll the places left by
tis year's Seniors.
BOTTOM ROW: I to r. J. D. Gregg, L. Kosicek, J. Montali
TOP ROW: J. Wilson, M. E. Brayshaw, B. Stewart
The melodies of the Girl's Sextet, used in plays known as musicals, can
be heard echoing down the halls. This ensemble is comprised of six senior girls.
These girls are select members of the chorus and spend many hours of practice,
during their free time. The Sextet not only performs for assemblies and concerts
at school, but also for clubs and organizations in the surrounding area. The Sextet
works hard to earn the recognition they deserve.
Sixteen + 4
Some of the stars of the Senior Chorus make up the Senior High Sixteen
Plus Four, a recent organization. The group is composed of sixteen members plus
four alternates, and is under the direction of Mrs. Kurtz. These hardy souls rise early
every Wednesday at 7:30 A.M. The male performers of the group wear suits and
the female members wear white blouses and skirts. During the Christmas season
the Eastern Star enioyed the talents of this group. When the choir performs at ex-
change assemblies, the audiences at sister high schools have a chance to hear our
Sixteen Plus Four. The group's repertoire is composed of songs from familiar
operettas. All the students of Apollo enioy the efforts of the Sixteen Plus Four.
ROW l: M, Davis, S. Speer, S. Ross, L. Shoop, L. Gibbons, K. Coffman.
ROW 2: K. Bracken, D. Kurtz, L. Shellhammer, G. Harkcom, M. Mitchell, Mrs. Kurtz.
ROW 3: M. Notte, B. Tomicek, G. Litz,
ROW 4: M. Young, T. McCauley, L. Wilson, R. Bee, L. Sowers
ROW 1: L, Kosicek, W. Shafer, D. Bliss, Miss Davis, S. Yohe, K. Felton J. Walker, N. Hunter, L. Barker
ROW 2: R. Stewart, R. DeViIIing, J. Montali, C. Rearick
ROW 3: V. Maietta, T. Beamer, J. Wilson
"Act well your part, for there the honor lies" is the motto the Thespians try
to live up to. The purpose of this organization is to promote an interest in drama,
to develop dramatic ability, and to entertain by assembly programs and plays
for the general public. The Thespians have abided by their purpose quite well this
year. Under the excellent direction of Miss Cornelia Davis and with the help of the
Neapollotans and the Thespian officers, President, Susan Yohe, Vice President,
Norma Hunter, Secretary, Linda Barker, and Karen Felton, Treasurer, the Thespians
presented a successful assembly highlighting preview scenes from the fall play,
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," which was presented with great skill and
success. Stars of this production were Susan Yohe, Norma Hunter, Bill Shafer, and
The spring production which was presented by the Thespians was "Peter
Pan." This play was presented with an all-girl cast, again under the direction of
Miss Davis. Debbie Jaracy played Peter Pan, Judy Wilson, Wendy, and Captain
Hook was portrayed by Norma Hunter. The Thespians are to be congratulated for
the presentation of these two fine plays.
This year the curtain rose for the production of "Our Hearts Were Young
And Gay" presented by the Thespians with the help of the Neapollotans. The
members of the club work hard all year to earn ten points. lf they earn ten points,
they become eligible to be Thespians. These points are given not only for speaking
parts but also for any work done behind the scenes, such as prompting, making
posters, selling tickets, and managing props. All activities of this group are under
the clirertinn of Miss Cornelia Davis and the officers of Thespians.
ROW 1: C. Cravner, K. Metaler, M. Kolek, C. Albert, J. Walker, R. Frampton, C. Hone, S. Shaner, K. Crissman, S, Stear B. Stefaniak, D. Newton, R
Kosicek, C. Farineau, M. Fennell, C. Anthony, L. Valco, S. Watterson, B. Riggle, D. Jackson, R. Lees
ROW 2: Miss Davis, sponsor E. Miscik, J. Rabicow, P. Bollinger, K. Kerr, L Frampton, K, Kinter, R. Matarrese, C. Armitage, C. Walker, K. Felton
D. Uptegraph, J. Stefaniak, C. Williams, P. DiFilippo, K. Stahl M. Robinson, R. Dezich
EROW 3: J. Altmire, B. Barnett, B. Wilson, D. Eckman, D. Chiatello, D. Jaracy, S. Orlowski, D. Albert, C, Lamana, D. Anthony, P. Fulton, P. Luke-
l hart, S. Pershing, C. Froncek, S. Crow, J. Fissel, S. Hicks, J. Ferrero
D. Brink, E. Walker, B. Cline, R. Brayshaw, B. Mangificio, P. McGeary, Kroncek, F. Maietta, D. Kurtz, S. Rupert, B. Andrews, D. Troutman, B. Black,
ROW 4: S. Plazio, D. Martin, S. Ross, A. Guthrie, K. Markitell, D. Filer P. F. Bracken 63
F. T. .
ROW 1: L. Cordera,. J. Stefaniak, M. Quillen, E. Goedicke, J, Chiatello M. Davis, J. Gregg, M. Kolek
ROW 2: J. Morgan, D. Jaracy, B. McMillen, S. Kuhns, L. Gibbons, P. Gallagher
ROW 3: A. Guthrie, T. Toland, D. Vittone, M. Barclay, J. Colaianne, R. Burns
ROW 4: C, Woods, M. Rearick, L. Shoop, C. Rearick, B. Tomicek, Mrs. Lukehart, M. Newton
The Isabelle Henry Club of the Future Teachers ot America is an active
and very worthwhile organization for students interested in the teaching profes-
sion. lt gives to its members unique chances to view all aspects of the teaching
field. The members serve as cadet teachers at the elementary school, teach in the
high school for one day, and hear many guest speakers. Mr. Tallarom discussed
lesson plans at one meeting, and Mrs. V. Smith along with Mr. L. Alter discussed
the order of student dress at another meeting. The F. T. A. is led by its sponsor
Mrs. Lukehart, and its officers: Marshall Barclay, president, Susie Kuhns, vice-presi-
dent, Linda Shoop, secretary, Betsy McMillian, treasurer, and Peg Gallagher, his-
torian. They also sponsor American Education Week and Teaching Career Month.
At the end of the year this group gives scholarships to two deserving seniors.
These students must plan to be teachers.
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A familiar scene in the play of activity at Apollo Area High School shows
the FHA girls busily enacting their roles as future homemakers. The Future Home-
makers of America is an organization designed to develop the arts of the home in
girls who are interested. The club, sponsored by Mrs. Chero, is devoted to pro-
ducing a well-rounded girl, bringing to light her talents and abilities. In addition to
the traditional cooking and sewing, the girls learn good grooming and fashion
habits. This year, as a special proiect, the club sponsored a Christmas party for
underprivileged children. It is everyone's hope that the girls of the FHA can fulfill
their roles and become truly successful homemakers of the future.
ROW 1: C. Quillen, K. Manofsky, L. Scott, L. Riggle, S. Shilling, D. Reese C. Barto
ROW 2: A. Calvin, I. Putzke, C. Lamanna, C. Cravener, R. Dezich, S. Baustert, C. George, L. Visley, C. Coffman
ROW 3: P. Hancock, D. Day, J. Rupert, M. Rainey, K. Blair, G. Bash, S, Ross l. Stiffy, M. Dubas, Mrs. Chero
Ch SS Club
KNEELING: B. Black, M. Fennell, D. Ortz
ROW 1: Mr. Kasuba, D. Martin, D. Peppler, B, Shafer, F. Maietta, D. Tressler, G. Robinson, G. Litz, B. Talmadge, J. Schrecengost
ROW 2: P. DiFiIippo, M. Czitterburg, R. Egley, M. Fryer, J. Leidy, B. Andrews, M. Young, J. Bowser, R. Bringer
An old scene was presented once again on the stage of Apollo High. The
Chess Club was reorganized under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert Kasuba. These
enthusiastic individuals challenge each other to games during activity period when
they hold their meetings-. On February 26, an intramural tournament was held in
the Junior High gym. Tournaments were also held each semester with the winner
of the first semester playing the winner of the second to determine an overall
winner. The Chess Club is looking forward to more exciting tournaments and a
larger membership next year.
Every production needs sturdy sets and props. Our props and sets are the
visual and oral aids used in the classrooms by the teachers and the students. The
Proiection Club was reorganized this year under the direction of,Mr. Clark to help
provide these aids. The members of the club meet during activity period. During
the meetings they learn how to maintain, set up, and operate the various visual
equipment and machines. The boys also give teachers operating assistance when
these machines are used in the classrooms.
L. to R. F. Maietta, T. McCauley, B. Shafer, D. Tressler Mr, Clark, sponsor, T. Basista, S. Rupert, B. Black
Another day completed.
Come on! Play those things!
What's the attraction?
Live it up "girIs"!
Did I do it?
th and Sth Grade cience Club
Durandetto, B. Shipman. ROW 2: B. Kunkle, B. Kerr, D. Tardivo, K. Smith, B. Carlson, V. Wallrer ROW 3:
ROW l: P. Rearick, C, Vergori, R. Smith, S, Putzke, B.
R. Scott, D. Scott, J. Cromer, R. Scott, P. Cordero, J. Cali
As the curtain opens on the junior high science clubs, we may see them working on their various proiects. They may be making micro-
scope slides or flannel graphs or even growing crystals The Seventh and Eighth Grade Science Clubs meet weekly under the direction of Mr.
Kier. The members of these clubs are students who are interested in science. They meet with the purpose of learning more about science by
working on many experiments and by exploring the various wonders of science.
ROW I: R. Burkhcrdt, R, Rau, G. Kennedy, S. Cadwell. ROW 2: F. Leidy, M. Knepshield, C. Bellas, L. Kesler, B. Hunter. ROW 3: T, Barker, J, Kennerdell, R
Klonowski, D. Watterson, J. Shoemaker
th and sth Grade Tri-Ha-YS
ROW 'lr C. Crissman, J. Gabriella, V. Scott, J. Cravener, M. Metzler, L. Buchner, C. Shellhammer, K. Repasky, M. Sorokas, L. McCutcheon ROW 2: K. Kepple,
R. Curry, T. Clepper, D. McCullough, D. Bodenhorn, J. Rearic, R. Riffer, P. Henry, C. Williamson, W. Carney, D. Floyd S. Black, D. Magness ROW 3: S. Smeltzer, R
Curci, S. Miller, R. Adamik, B. Shelton, S. Shawley, C. Bopp, D. Elwood, S. Townsend, R. Shank, N. Burns, S. Honnaman, Mrs. Black lsponsorl ROW 4: D. Lorelli, S.
Rae, S. Carney, N. Fairman, B .Wasclin, F. Wasdin, J. Blair, S. Baker, D. Fryer, D. Reigh, L. Valco, D. Dunmire, K. Howells
The actors of the seventh and eighth grade Tri-Hi-Ys are led by Mrs. Black. Each organization has its own set of officers and its own
meeting time. The seventh grade officers are: Rose Mary Curry, president, Renee Curci, vice president, Sandy Miller, secretary, Royanne Shank,
treasurer, and Debbie Fryer, chaplain. This group sold calendar towels at Christmastime and also went Christmas caroling. The eighth grade
officers are: Susan Cadwell, president, Gaylene Kennedy, vice president, Betty McCutchen, secretary, Wendy Moore, treasurer, and Mariorie
Knepshield, chaplain. These girls sold the orange portfolios many of us use. The money was used to prepare a basket of food which helped
to provide a feast for a needy family at Thanksgiving. This year both clubs are looking forward to the annual Sports Spectacular, they have
high hopes that they will return with the traveling trophy.
ROW T: M. Knepshield, D. Crofutt, B. Mumau, L. Bentley, G. Kennedy, Y. Luketich, J. Deverss K. Kelly, G. Chemelli, B. Shafer, J. Robinson, Mrs. Black lsponsorl
ROW 2: D. Shriner, D. Frampton, N. Fouse, T. Altmire, D. Frampton, S. Kinter, B. Egley, N. Smail, C. Sallade, W. Moore, F. Leidy, L. Fairman, D. Aikens ROW 3:
C. Bellas, C. Coleman, M. Thompson, S. Saxion, W. Gerheim, B. McCormick, M. Rybanski, L. Shockley, P. Giaccardo, L. Anthony, C. Smith, B. McCutchean ROW 4: C.
Smith, B. Miller, S. Cadwell, C. Deemer, B. Crawford, S. Stitt, D. Duff, B. Householder, J. Weaver, S. Ferrero, M. Crawford, C. Brueggeman, P. Clark
Tri-Hi-Y C inth Grade!
The scene takes place at Christmastime and we discover the girls of the
ninth grade Tri-Hi-Y sending baskets of toys and food to two needy families in
this area. These young ladies seek to enrich the lives of others under the direction
of Mrs. Barbara Blevins and their officers: Jackie Lamanna, president, Cindy Walker,
vice president, Jean Woods, secretary, Karen Markitell, treasurer, and Lois Mc-
Cauley, chaplain. Part of their enrichment program includes discussions of the
problems that they themselves face now and will face in the future. These discus-
sions take place during their bi-monthly meetings.
In order to attend the Play Day held at Butler during April, the members
of the organization raised money with their candy sales and a skating party. Last
year at the annual Play Day the Tri-Hi-Y earned an additional trophy for the trophy
case by winning various sports events. The organization also received an honorary
ROW 1 D Cnssman M Speer D Moorehead E Kolek B Elwood P Tardivo, G. Smayer, M. Misner, L. McCauley, C. Cravener, P. Goediclre, G. Smith, Mrs. Blevin
sponsor ROW 2 E Sloan, B. Klinglensmith, J. Magness, Rl, Kosicelr, si Slmaner, D. Travaglia, J. Fissel, A. Shockey, C. Williams, P. Bollinger, J. Lamana, B. Hendberg
B Morgan ROW 3 L Faiola, M. Scott P. Hoffman, K. Hilty, C. Armitage, K. Ross, Cindy Walker S. Crow, B. Wilson, B. Barnett, B. Nulph, J. Woods ROW 4. V. Stefani
Eckmun D Bolvin J Bier, P, Kunkle, B. Reigh, M, Luketich, L. Stewart, K. Morkltell, V. Held, M. Shellhammer, K. Bracken, D. Uptegruph
Book Club and Safety Patrol
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ROW l: J. Robinson, C. Crissman, L. McCutcheon, J. Cravener, P. Libengood, G. Kerr, J. Huselton, D. Brown, H. Shaffer, D. Criswell, R. Reusch, R. Curry, J. Cali.
ROW 2: P, Rearick, D. Nale, C. Vergari, V. Gerheim, A. Crowe, J. Betsch, J. Smith, R. BOPP, M. Ward, D. Akins, M. Knepshield, C. Shellhammer, J. Wiser, M
Sorokas, K. Repasky, D. Jones, M. Bollinger, T. Fouse, B. Carlson, R. Kunkle, J. Hoe. ROW 3: M. Metzler, D. Floyd, L. Buchner, D. McCullough, N. Burns, P. Henry, J
Rearick, D, Eodenhorn, B. Kastelic, L. Goedicke, D. Elwood, C. Rupert, M. Carlson, C. Bopp, K. Kepple, T. Clepper, S. Burkett, W. Hancock, B. Shafer, S. Shilling
V. Walker. ROW 4. P. Legarsky, R. Scott, Y. Luketich, S. Kinter, K. Kelly, S. Townsend, J, Blystone, P. Hilty, R. Curci, B. Kerr, C. Smith, D. Shriner, C. Bellas, R
Burkhardt, J. Markitell, R. Smith, S. Colaianne, L. Davis, L. Kerr. ROW 5: S. Shawley, B. Skelton, S. Miller, S. Hannaman, D. Reigh, S. Saxion, T. Altmire, C. Sallode
W. Moore, G. Kennedy, W. Gerheim, F. Leidy, L. Shockey, M. Thompson, C. Smith, N. Fairman, S. Smeltzer, S. Rae, G. Chemelli, R. Hancock, K. Smith, R. Adamik
J. McGuire. ROW 6: D. Scott, G. Maskrey, R. Hazlett, J. Cramer, S. Cadwell, S. Carney, D. Fryer, S, Baker, B. Householder, D. Duff, S. Stitt, J. Blair, J. Weaver, F
Wasdin, D. Dunmire, C. Brueggeman, R. Scott, J, Klingensmith, K. Rifler, R. Felhauer, D. Frampton, M, Rybanski, L. Whitlinger.
Our attention now shifts to the stage of the Junior High and the Junior High Book Club and Safety Patrol. The Junior High Book Club,
headed by Mr. Alter, has produced an incentive reading program for the seventh and eighth graders. ln existence for nearly eight years, the
club has sold approximately 6000 books, each having a special meaning to the reader.
The actors of the Safety Patrol, under the leadership of Mrs. Fonner, consist of seventh graders who give up their time before and after
school to insure safety for the pedestrians. Each member is entitled to attend one football game and one basketball game free of charge for
ROW 1: D. Aikens, K. Bentley, J. Huselton, Shaffer, P. Rearick, G. Kerr, R. Bopp, D. Snyder, W. Durandetto. ROW 2: R. Smith, T. Fouse, P. Legarsky, A. Crowe,
P.4 Lubengood, J. Cravener, M. Metzler, J. McKmstry, L. Kerr, S. Crofutt. ROW 3: M. Bollinger, B. Kerr, K. Smith, D. Tomlinson, R. Scott, R. Felhauer, H. Lasher, B.
Miller, R. Scott, B. Carlson, S. Putzke, Mrs. Fonner lsponsorl.
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ROW l: M. Knepshield, D. Crofutt, B. Mumau, K
Kelly, J. Devers, G. Kennedy, L. Bryant, J. Grable,
C. Toland, Y. Luketich, L. Bentley, D. George, B
Shafer, P. Crow, K. Adams, ROW 2: Mrs. Kurtz, Spon:
sor, B. Egley, W. Moore, T. Altmire, C. Smith, F
Leidy, R. Burkhardt, R. Allera, T. Watterson, T. Martin
D. Fouse, E, Kunkle, C. Bellas, B. McCutcheon, D
Shriner, C. Coleman, W. Gerheim ROW 3: C. Sm'
L. Anthony, P. Giacarrdo, M, Rebyanski, J. Kennerdell,
J. Guthrie, B. Brayshaw, J. Kuhns, R. Stefanik, J. Hoe,
D. Guido, B. McCormick, D. Frampton, M. Thompson,
L. Shockey ROW 4: C. Brug eman, B. Crawford S.
Stitt, D. Duff, R. Rau, M. Altmire, K. Riffer, B.
Hunter, B. Speer, R. Columbus, L. Whitlinger, R.
Davis, B. Blystone, B, Householder, J. Weaver S.
Ferrero, S. Cadwell
ROW l: K. Repasky, R. Curry, V. Walker, R. Riffei
P. Henry, S. Smeltzer, D. Floyd L. Buchner, W. Carnej
E. Skelton, W. Hancock, M. Crofutt, M, Metzler, t
Crissman, B. Shipman, J. Riggle J. Betsch, C. Vergar
W. Durandetto, D. Brown, P. Rearick, V. Gerheim, l
Bopp ROW 2: M. Sorokas, C. Shellhammer, J. Wise:
C. Williamson, T. Clepper, D. McCullough, J. Rearicl
P, Hilty, D. Bodenhorn, J. Blystone, K. Kepple, is
Burns, J. Cravener, H. Shaffer, J. Huselton, D. Snydei
K. Bentley, N, Plazia, L. Goedicke, M. Foy, S. Putzke
D. Nale, S. Miller, M. Bollinger ROW 3: V. Scott, .
Gabriella, S. Black, M. Metzler, D. Elwood, J. Mc
Guire, D. Magness, J. Kunkle, C. Bopp, B. Kastelic,
Bash, C. Rupert, J. McKinstry, P. Libengood, D. Stoc
dale, L. Kerr, G. Kerr, B. Carlson, D. Criswell,
Fouse, D. Akins, R. Kunkle, R. Smith, Mrs. Kurtz
Sponsor ROW 4: M. Carlson, S. Shawley, K. Howells
B. Kerr, D. Lorelli, B. Bash, S. Miller, R. Shank, 3
Townsend, R. Curci, R. Adamik, S. Hannaman, S. Ra
J. Cali, K. Smith, D. Tardivo, S. McKendree, D. Ross
L. Davis, T. Walker, A. Crow, M. Ward, R. Reusch
R. Hancock, P. Pegarsky, S. Patrick ROW 5: W. Stiffy
D. Stefanik, N. Fairman, L. Valco, D. Dunmire, 3
Carney, D. Reigh, D. Fryer, R. Wasdin, F. Wasdin,
Baker, J. Blair, R. Felhauer, R. Scott, J. Klingensmith
L. Lookhart, G. Maskrey, J. McMunn, J. Cramer, L
Stokes, R. Hazlett, D. Tomlinson, D Jones, D. Scott'
ROW l: D. Reese, B. Borto, S. Burkett, G. Smoyer
P. Tardivo, L. McCauley, P. Carey, K. Carney ROW 2
L. Visley, P. Hancock, R. Kosicek, S. Shaner, D
Boartz, B. Cricks, B. Kerr, P. Ameno, P. Corey, D
Day, M. Scott ROW 3: J. Bier, C. Armitage, C,
Walker, J. Fissel, K. Bracken, T. Bartell, F. Buchner,
D. Hamilton, T. King, P. Coffman, B. Wilson, B.
Barnett, S. Crow ROW 4: Mrs. Kurtz, Sponsor, D4
Uptegraph, K. Markitell, K. Blair, R. Brink, D. Vittone,
D. Benson, J. Tressler, B. Shafer, T. Reed, M. Luketichl
E. Hill, P. Kunkle, K. Shellhammer
The future performers and members of the Senior Chorus are the students in the iunior who make up the seventh, eighth, and ninth
grade choruses. These groups perform in many assemblies with the Senior Chorus
ROW 'l: W. Aungst, E. Newton, R. Guido, L, Bielek, J. Dixon, JV. Nelson, D. Buchn
ROW 2: Coach Morgan, T. Faber, V. Valco, D. Hill, T. Crusan, D. Held, W. Dixon, D. Fon.
ROW 3: Coach Tallarom, Coach Bonello, A. Nelson, M. Armitage, J. Hollis, M. Fryer, E. Shawl
L. to R, Mr. Tallarom, Mr. Bonello, Mr. Morgan
The first act presented at Apol
High took place during The fall on tl'
football field. The Apollo Tigers had
very successful '65-766 season. With tl
exception of one defeat, an exhibitio
game, by Leechburg, a long-time rival 4
Apollo, the Team had a perfect Class
record. Under the coaching of Charle
Bonello, Elmer Morgan, and William Ta
larom, the Tigers fought their way to th
Class B playoff against Oakmont. i
Bowser, L. Marks, D. Watterson, M. Fulton, G. Artman, D. Reigh, G. Held, C. Rearick
Dunmire, M. Silvis, W. Schrecengost, D. Stefaniak, E. Stoughton, J. Schrecengost, M. Barclay, D. Watter-
Stefaniak, D. Davis, R. Bella, D. Delledone, G, Cloud, A. Nelson, M. Sowers
The first scene of this act took
'ace during August when the boys started
aining for the season. This year we had
even returning lettermen, all Seniors ex-
ept one Junior, Dave Stefaniak. The de-
zrmination to win, along with loyal team-
'ork enabled the team to perform in the
ist scene against Oakmont. Even though .
fe did not win the playoff, the student
ody brought the curtain down on this .
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ROW l: M. Sowers, D. Watterson, R. Scott
ROW 2: C. Hilty, G. Held, J. Schrecengost M. Barclay
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Tiger Football Record
Apollo 26 Saltsburg 13
The Tigers began their season with a quick
victory over Saltsburg. Guido, Aungst, Nelson, and
Stefaniak scored Apollo's touchdowns and Stefaniak
ran both extra points.
Apollo 26 Franklin 7
The second game of the year, an exhibition
game, showed the Tigers defeating the Franklin Area
on our homefield. Nelson, Aungst each had a T.D.
while Stefaniak had 2. Watterson ran both of our
Apollo 2O Trafford 7
For two years it appeared that Trafford iinxed
our Tigers, but this year our team traveled to Traf-
ford's homefield and shattered any idea of a iinx.
Aungst with two T.D.s and Artman with one helped
to account for Apollo's smashing victory. Our score
was increased as Nelson and Faber added two extra
Apollo 21 Edfra 14
Apollo edged out East Deer in the fourth
game of the year. Artman, Stefaniak, and Aungst all
had T.D.s, and Aungst and Stefaniak added the extra
Apollo 13 Leechburg 32
The fifth game of the season brought the
Tigers their only defeat. In an exhibition game against
one of our traditional rivals, the Class A Blue Devils
of Leechburg our boys did not seem to catch fire.
Two futile touchdowns were scored by Stefaniak
and Faber and Delledonne scored the lone extra
Apollo 19 Washington Twp. 18
Apollo's annual rival game with the Twp. was
a hard fought battle, but the Tigers managed to win
with a one point edge. ln the first quarter a fumble
enabled the Raiders to even the score and to end
the half 12-6. In the second half a touchdown by
Nelson evened the score. Stefaniak added an extra
point and Aungst scored another touchdown to make
the score 19-12. The atmosphere grew tense for with-
in minutes of the game's conclusion, the Raiders
scored another touchdown. However, the Tigers foiled
the attempt for the extra point and preserved the
Apollo 26 Elder's Ridge 13
The entire Apollo squad got a chance to play
as the Tigers defeated the Ridge. Apollo's attack was
led by Aungst's 59 yard run and Stefaniak's 77 yard
run. These runsgave the Tigers a 13 point lead. By
half time this lead had been cut to 6 points. The
Tigers scored twice again in the second half, but the
Ridge did not score again. During the game Apollo
gained 469 yards rushing while they held the Ridge
to 177 yards.
Apollo 27 Shannock 6
The Tigers' seventh victory came against Shan-
nock Valley. Apollo dominated the game completely.
Stefaniak and Aungst gained 134 yards and 77 yards
respectively while the Tigers held Shannock to a
total of 2 yards rushing.
Apollo 32 Huntington 12
Although the Eagles made the first score of
the game, Nelson intercepted two passes and by the
end of the first half Apollo led 19-6, At the close
of the game the score was 32-12 in Apollo's favor.
This victory ,coupled with a victory by Bellevue gave
our Tigers a berth in the WPIAL playoff game.
Apollo 13 Oakmont 26
6,800 fans attended the Oakmont-Apollo Class
"B" Playoff game at the New Kensington Stadium.
Both teams played a defensive game during the first
quarter. During the second quarter both teams scored.
Oakmont scored first but failed an extra point at-
tempt. The Tigers racked up both a touchdown and
an extra point and ended the first half leading 7-6.
The lead changed three times during the second
half. But Apollo managed to score only once so
Oakmont won 26-13 even though Apollo played a
superior game on the ground. This game like all of
the games this season was a team effort and with
the team we at Apollo High say, "We will be back."
Let me at him!
Run him over, Fox!
Don't let him get away!
Where IS that ball?
Watch-it might explode!
Go get 'em, Dave!
Fellow Tigers to the rescue! We did if again! 8'
Two important groups in our yearly productil
are the Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. The
girls begin their work in the summer before the curtai
rise on the football season. This year the cheerleaders r
vised all of the cheers and introduced many new one
All of the routines for the cheers were new. These ide
were gleaned from experiences the girls had at a che!
leading camp which they attended this past summj
Naturally the student body missed- many of the old famili
cheers and perhaps for this reason did not always cl
operate fully with our cheerleaders as they tried to tear
us cheers, but some of the cheers caught on quickly ar
became new favorites, like Have You Got the Spirit? Vl
should all try harder to help the cheerleaders help T
The season for the cheerleaders runs long coveril'l
both football and basketball seasons. Credit for our wi
ning football and basketball seasons is due to in part
the hard work of these lively girls. But the girls do mo
than cheer. Before the games they sell lineups for bo
football and basketball games. This year these lineul
contained something new-a list of Tiger boosters. As tl
curtain lowered on the 1965-66 season the cheerleadj
look forward to a bigger and better season next ye
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KNEELING: Linda Kosicek. STANDING: Ronnie Doverspike, Liz Goedicke, Sherry Walker, Jonnie Kay Walker, Goergia Sefts.
KNEELING: J. Nelson, B. Page.
STANDING: D. Heffernan, D. Reigh, T. Faber, D. Buchner, T. Crusan, B. Dixon, D. Householder, D. Davis, B. Schrencengost, B. Vittone
As the curtains opened on our 1965-66 varsity basketball team, we found the Tigers directed by coach Rob-
ert Grosch. These boys were constantly reminded one-man shows do not win games, they learned that teamwork
wins games. Their winning season is evidence that the lesson was well learned. Any winnnig season has many high
points. We will naturally remember the victory over Dayton and the climax of the season, a 78-58 victory over
Leechburg, but perhaps the greatest moment of the season was the new scoring record. On February 8, 1966,
against Elderton, the Apollo Tigers scored a total of 105 points and in the process set a new record which future
teams will try to break. Although the Tigers were not able to finish at the top of the league, they did win the
greater portion of their games fulfilling the desire for a successful season.
OPPONENT APOLLO OPPONENT APOLLO
East Deer 79 Leechburg 67 52
Worthington 71 Worthington 53
Freeport 68 Elders Ridge 61
East Deer 79 Shannock 84 72
West Deer 79 Elderton 60
Elders Ridge 48 Washington 78
Shannock Valley 70 Dayton 68
Elderton 90 Saltsburg 65 79 "'
Washington Twp. 69 Leechburg 58
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Is that clear now?
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the Ieff end.
I m not out
of breath yet!
Get him from behind!
Who came in?
I tot I taw a puddy 1aII
And in The stretch-Heff is
How's the weather up there?
I've got ity now to find Bobl
The scene portrayed by the Junior-Varsity bas-
ketball team this year has been one of success and
promise. Success because under the coaching of
Philip Murphy, the JV Tigers roared to a season
where they only met two defeats in section play.
The season was one of promise as it shows that the
"Little Tigers" will be adequately prepared to fill the
shoes of our varsity players in years to come. Let
us not bring the curtain down completely on these
boys for we will be seeing more of them in future
years at AHS.
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KNEELING: R. Dixon, C. Crissman, B. Schrecengost, J. Sftaeffer, D. Wray, E. Walker
STANDING: D. Davis, B. Fryer, D. Adams, B. Dixon, R. Swenson, L. Wilson, V. Valco.
Jr. Hi h Basketball
KNEELING: D. Fryer, Faber, T. Legersky, D. Vittone, F. Buchner, B. Shaeffer, B. Blystone, Mr. Shaw, Coach
STANDING: F. Anderlng, T. Martin, J. Schrecengost, T. Ferrero, K. Hannaman, J, Klingensmith, D. Scott, T. Lingenfelter, T. Poydence
Junior High Basketball is the newest sports feature in Apollo Area. Although
only two seasons have been completed, Junior High School basketball has al-
ready shown results on the iunior varsity level. Members of the team last year
helped the J.V. team compile its excellent record this year. This is in accordance
with the purpose of the Junior High Basketball Program. This 'program proposes
to teach fundamentals of the game, to provide experience in actual game situa-
tions, to develop a desire for the game, and to provide a sturdy foundation to
support the tenants of good fun and good sportsmanship later in the young ath-
lete's career. To view this program in any other light would be defeating its pur- -
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ROW 1: K. Page, J. Lamano, C, Fetterman, L. Shellhammer, M. Silvis, K. Hilty ROW 2: M. Young, D, Stefaniak, G. Bicego, J. Colaianne, T. Dawkins, T. McCauley,
R, Beard, D. Vittone, W. Aungst, F.. Maielta, D. Grinder ROW 3: Mr. Morgan, R. King, G. Held ROW 4: L. Sowers, C. Woods, B. Page, D. Watterson, J. Dixon, E.
Dezich, J. Nelson, G. Artman, K. Hileman, B. Shafer, J. Barclay
The spring sports production is track. This year the track team enters its third season, under the direction of Mr. Morgan. Although the
team and the sport are relatively new at Apollo, last year one of the members of the team, Ken Page, was eligible to attend the State Finals
in Harrisburg. Since we still lack a track field all the meets are played away. The 'boys from last year's Freshman Track are eager to earn mem-
bership on the Varsity squad this year. They hope to equal and surpass the success of last year.
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KNEELING: J. Waltenbaugh, S. Plazio, B. Robinson, K. Phillips, B. Poydence, D. Pompa, P. Zimmerman, M. Radebach STANDING: S, Manofsky, J. Bowser, R. Bringer,
R. Egley, J. Hollis, M. Fryer, D. Wray, D. Martin, D. Metzler, D. Ortz, D. Duso
Glenn Arfman Wally Aungst
Richard Beard Gene Bicego Jim Colaianne
Tom Dawkins Jim Dixon
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FIRST ROW: D. Stefaniak, J. Dixon, R. Guido, D. WaTTerson, D. Buchner, L. Bielek, B. Bowser
SECOND ROW: Mr. Grosch, G. Artman, B, Page, D. Reigh, W. AungsT, Mr. Bonello
THIRD ROW: D. Grinder, D. Vittone, G. Robinson, J. Barclay, M. Young, L. Sowers, J. Colianne
In The final sporTs scene we find The VarsiTy Club, sponsored by Mr. Bonello
and Mr. Grosch. The club is composed of various leTTermen from The fooTball Team,
The baskeTball Team, and The Track Team. A'Two year manager can also be a
member. These boys gain membership aT an iniTiaTion held in The laTTer parT of
The school year. The iniTiaTion and oTher evenTs are planned by The officers: Dave
Buchner, president Don WaTTerson, vice president Rick Guido, secrefaryg Jim Dixon,
Treasurer, and Len Bielek, sergeanT-aT-arms. SporTsmanlike conducT is sTressed, and
all who are members realize how imporTanT a win is buT ThaT The way one plays
deTermines The vicTor.
Coinciding wiTh The VarsiTy Club is The MoTher's Club, which, Through well-
guided efforTs, has helped To provide The aThleTes wiTh needed funds. Because
of The Tiger's posiTion in The W.P.l.A.L. play-offs, The MoThers' Club purchased
Trophies which were awarded To all fooTball players and managers for Their vic-
Torious "B" season.
WITTIEST: Judi Altmire Jim Barclay
BEST BUILD: Norma Hunter-
BEST DANCER-Judi Alfmrre
MOST ATHLETIC: Ronnie
NEATEST APPEARANCE: Darlene
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED:
Sue Yohe-Geoffrey Litz
MOST TALENTED: Judy
MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY: MOST BASHFUL: Mardi Crow-
Linda Barker-Gene Bicego Mike NOTTS
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To The roll of a drum
Takes The sTage for one of iTs
Kolek, G. Smoyer, K. Shellhammer, J. Bowser, T. Toland, M. Young, L. SmiTh, L. Wilson, L. Sowers,
Bortz, B. DeVilling, M. K. Davis, C. Quillen, K. Crissman, B. Smeltzer, D. Jaracy, B. BarneTT, B. Wils
L. Valco, K. Bracken, S. Artman, K. Ross, M. Swank, B. Beamer, D. Ortz, B. Cline
Filer, D. MarTin, G. Harkcom, P. Crisswell, R. Bee, S. Yohe, . Egley, A. Guthrie
Bracken, B. Talmadge, B. Shaeffer, B. Black, J. MoaTs, M. NoTTe, M. J. Shaeffer, D. Adams, D. Baker
and The blasT of a Trumpef, The Apollo Area JoinT Tiger Marching Band prou
many half-Time performances. Under, The direcTion of Miss Lois Snyder, our ba
majoreTTes, and colorguard have parTicipaTed in various acTiviTies in Apollo and ofher surrounding Towns. They al
enioy Taking parT in The Mid-WinTer Band FesTival and The Spring ConcerT. Each year band members recei
awards, according To The number of years of service. Funds for These awards are obTained by such money ma
ing proiecTs as bake sales and
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Notte, L. Shellhammer, B. Cricks, B. Stefaniak, B. Kerr
Gibbons, P. Gallagher, J. Stefaniak, K. Stahl, S. Swank, L. Cordera, B. Klingensmith, J. Gregg, B. Lees, M. Crow
Wilson, D. Ross, K. Kinter, S. Kuhns, R. Rupert, D. Bolvin, K. Kerr, S. Davis, P. Carey
Tomicek, J. Bier, V. Lovisa, B. Burns, G. Litz, B. Devers, P. DeFillippo, D. Kelly '
McCauley, B. Graden, S. Rupert, J. Shaeffer, R. Bringer, R. Smith, D. Kurtz, K. Burns
Every year the band elects Three seniors, two juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen to form the
nior Band Governing Board. This year honors have been extended to Judy Wilson, clarinet, Gary Harkcom,
rnbone, and Peggy Gallagher, oboe for their time performance at both County and District Bands. Gary also
tended State Ba nd.
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ROW 2: S. Yohe, N. Hunter
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Harriet St. John
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Sue Yohe, Bill Shafer, Norma Hunter
Judy Wilson, Miss Davis Sue Yohe, Norma Hunter
Linda Gibbons-Cindy Kreller
Marilyn Mitchell-Mama Kreller
Tom McCauley-Papa Kreller
Karen Bracken-Della Kreller
Mary Kay Davis-Golda Kreller
Sara Speer-Mrs. Rosenfled
Randy Bee-Mr. Rosenfled
Mark Young-Chuck Rosenfled
Mary Kay Davis
Geoffrey Lifz-Lucky Smith
Bill Tomicek-Mr. Smith
Pam Fulton-Mrs. Smith
Oh, my aching back!
Look out below!
Try your feet-it's easier
Hi, Baby Doll!
Catch meg l'm falling!
Which foot's the left one, Tom?
Please, don't eat the roses.
Our chairman and his lady.
That's quite a floor show.
I had 4470 fewer cavities with Crest.
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And the band played on.
Here todayy gone tomorrow. Remember, no spiking allowed.
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ening is young.
The attraction is back in the corner.
Flying in formafion.
The men behind the scene.
ALTMIRE, JUDITH ANNE: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2, 3,
4 tPresidentJ, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Colorguard 4
ANTHONY, CHRISTINE: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 3,
4, Future Nurses 2, 3, Neapollotans 2, 3, 4
ANTHONY, EARL RINARD
ANTHONY, PATRICIA MARIE: G.S.C. I, Future Nurses 2, 3
ANTHONY, ROY EDWARD
ARTMAN, GLENN A.: Hi-Y I, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2,
3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4
AUNGST, WALLACE DANIEL: Varsity Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4
BAKER, DONALD LEE: Basketball 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4
BARCLAY, JAMES MERLE: Varsity Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, Track
I, 2, 3, 4
BARCLAY, MARSHALL CHARLES: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 lPresidentI, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Football Manager 4, Hi-Y I, 2, Class Treasurer
BARKER, LINDA LEE: Student Council I, 2, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Future Nurses 3, Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Kiskitas 3, 4,
Class President 2
BASISTA, THOMAS MICHAEL
BAUSTERT, CLAIRE MAE: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, Tiger Gazette 3, 4, G.S.C. I,
2, G.A.A. 3, 4
BEARD, RICHARD CLYDE: Track 2, 3, 4
BEE, RANDALL KEITH: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Student Council
3, Kiskitas 4
BICEGO, EUGENE JAMES: Student Council I, 2, 3, 4 lPresidentI,
Track I, 2, 3, 4, Class President I, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice
BIELEK, LEONARD STANISLAUS: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3,
4, Track I, 2, 4, Basketball 2
BLISS, BETTY DARLENE: Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Tiger
Gazette 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Student Council I,
BOWSER, WILLIAM EUGENE: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2,
BRAYSHAW, MARY ELLEN: Neapollotans I, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Kiskitas
3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, Future
Nurses 27 3
BUCHNER, DAVID JOHN: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 QPresidentI, Football
I, 2, 3, 4 CCaptain,, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4
BURKETT, LINDA CAROL: Neapollotans I, 2, Tiger Gazette 4
BURNS, REBECCA JEAN: Tri-Hi-Y I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Kiskitas 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 2, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
CALDERONE, LARRY JAMES
COLAIANNE, JAMES: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, F.T.A. 4
CRAWFORD, RALPH EDWARD
CROFUTT, CECIL GORDON: Kiskitas 3, 4
CROSBY, BONNIE JOY: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, Chorus
2, 3, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3
CROW, MARCIA JAYNE: Tri-Hi-Y I, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Band I,
2, 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 2, Kiskitas 3, 4
DAVIS, SANDRA KAY: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3
lVice Presidentb, Kiskitas 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2
DAWKINS, THOMAS LEROY: Track 3, 4
DeVlLLlNG, REBECCA JANE: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tiger Gazette I, 2, 3, 4,
Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3
DIXON, JAMES WESLEY: Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Track 3, 4,
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4
DOVERSPIKE, RONNIE LYN: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2,
3, 4 lassistant treasurerj, Cheerleader 4
FELTON, KAREN LOUISE: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4 lassistant editorl,
Thespians 3, 4 fTreasurerJ, Neapollotans I, 2, Future Nurses 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
FERRIER, DONNA LYNN: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4 lChapIainJ, G.S.C. I,
2, G.A.A, 4, Prep Chorus I
FULTON, MARTIN A.: Varsity Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 4
GALLAGHER, MARGARET ROSE: F.T.A. 3, 4 CHistorianI, Bancl I,
2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4 CPresident,, G.S.C.
I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Kiskitas 4, J.V. Majorette I
GOEDICKE, SONYA LEE: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4
GREGG, JOHNA DEL: Neapollotans I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3,
4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Kiskitas 3, 4, Student Council 2,
F.T.A. 4, Tiger Gazette 2
GRINDER, DAVID FLOYD: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Football Manager I,
2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Track Manager I, 2, 3, 4
GUIDO, RICHARD LEWIS: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 4, Varsity
Club 3, 4 CSecretaryJ, Student Council 3, 4, Class Secretary 2,
HEFFERNAN, DAVID KANE
HICKS, SUZANNE LORRAINE: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, G.S.C.- I, 2,
G.A.A. 3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2, 3, Thespians 4
HOUSEHOLDER, DAVID LEE: Neapollotans I, 2, Basketball 2, Hi-Y I
HUNTER, NORMA DALE: Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Tiger
Gazette 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Student Council 3
JACKSON, CLAUDIA INEZ: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, CTreasurerI, 4 lPresidentJ,
G.S.C. I, 2 CPresidentJ, G.A.A. 3, 4 CPresidentJ
JACKSON, HOWARD JOSEPH: Hi-Y I
KERR, JOSEPH JAMES: Hi-Y I, Track I, 2, 3, 4
KNEPSHIELD, ROBERT MARLIN: Band I, 2
KOSICEK, LINDA JEAN: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A.
3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Student
Council I, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 CCaptainI
LANDER, WILLIAM RICHARD
LANTZ, STANLEY TIMOTHY
LITZ, GEOFFREY WILLIAM: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4 Ureasurerl,
Student Council 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Class President
4, Class Treasurer 3
MAIETTA, FRANK DOMINIC: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Ii
Radio Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 4
MARKS, LARRY PHILIP: Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3
McCAULEY, THOMAS EDWARD: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4,
Radio Club 2
MCGAUGHEY, JOHN MICHAEL: National Honor Society 3, 4
MELLINGER, LINDA MAE: Neapollotans I, 2, Future Nurses 2, 3,
Tiger Gazette 2, 3, Kiskitas 3, 4 fco-literary editorl, G.S.C. I, 2,
G.A.A. 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4 IVice Presidentl
MILLER, PATRICIA JANE: Colorguard 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
MONTALI, JUNE MARIE: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2,
Thespians 3, 4, Tiger Gazette I, 2, F.T.A. 2, 3 ISecretaryJ, Stu-
dent Council 3, 4
MOORE, PAMELA DALE: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, J.V. Maiorette I,
Varsity Maiorette 3
NALE, LANA YVONNE: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
NELSON, JAMES: Football I, 2, 3, 4
NOTTE, MICHAEL DOMINIC: Chorus 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4
PAGE, ROBERT RALPH: Basketball 2, 3, 4 ICQ-captainj, Track 2, 3,
4, Varsity Club 3, 4
PEACE, PHYLLIS GENE: G.S.C. 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I
PEPPLER, DWIGHT OLIVER
PLAZIO, ANTOINETTE MARIE: G.S.C. I, 2 fSecretary-Treasurerl,
G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 2, Future Nurses 3, Kiskitas 3, 4
POYDENCE, CAROL JFAN: Prep Chorus I, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
POZZANI, LINDA ANN: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4 ISecretary-treasurerj,
Colorguard 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 2,
3, Kiskitas 3, 4 ICo-literary editorl, Class President 3, Class Vice
RAINEY, LELAND PAUL
REARICK, LUCINDA BELLE: Kiskitas 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4
REICHENBAUGH, SUSAN DIANE: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Chorus
2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, National
Honor Society 3, 4 iSecretary-treasurer,
REIGH, DONALD: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4
ROBINSON, GERALD EDWARD: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, ,
4, Varsity Club 3, 4
ROSSI, MARIANNE LOUISE: G.S.C. I, Tiger Gazette 2, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Kiskitas 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4
SCHRECENGOST, DAVID CHARLES
SCOTT, NEDRA KAY: G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger Gazette 3, 4,
Neapollotans I, 2, Student Council 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3,
Chorus 2, 3, 4
SEFTS, JANET IRENE: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4
SHAEFFER, MARY JANE: Band I, 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Tiger Gazette 2, 3, Neapollotans I
SHAFER, WILLIAM BOYD: Student Council I, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4,
Radio Club I, 2, Thespians 3, 4
SMITH, VAUGHAN ALAN: Band I, 2
SPOSITO, JAMES ANDREW
STEWART, REBECCA JANE: Tiger Gazette 2, 3, 4, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A.
3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, J.V.
Maiorette I, Varsity Maiorette 2, 3, 4 ICaptainJ, Tigerettes I,
2, 3, 4
STEWART, SHERYL MARLANE: Band I, G.S.C. I, G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger
Gazette 2, Kiskitas 3, 4
STOKES, WILLIS RAY
ST. PETER, RONALD
TALMADGE, BYRON LEE: Band I, 2, 4, Radio Club I, 2, 3, Kiskitas
3, 4, Neapollotans I, 2
TOMICEK, WILLIAM RICHARD: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, F.T.A. 2,
3, 4, Kiskitas 3, 4 IPhotography Editorl, Dance Band 2, 3, 4,
Senior High Sixteen 3, 4
TRESSLER, H. DEAN: Football 2, 3, Band I, Chess Club 4
TRESSLER, JOHN RICHARD
VITTONE, DOMENIC MICHAEL: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Track
3, 4, Basketball I, 2
WALKER, CHERYL CHRISTINE: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, G.S.C. I, 2, G.A.A. 3,
4, Tiger Gazette 2, J.V. Cheerleader 2, 3, CCaptainD, Varsity
WATTERSON, DONALD RALPH: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
Basketball I, Varsity Club 3, 4
WILSON, JUDITH ANNE: G.S.C. I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2,
3, 4, Band Governing Board I, 2, 3 IPresidentJ 4, Tiger
Gazette 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4 IPresidentJ, Future
Nurses 2, Neapollotans I, 2, Thespians 3
WOODS, CHARLES EDWARD: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Track
I, 2, 3, 4
YOHE, SUSAN ANN: Tiger Gazette I, 2, 3, 4 fEditor 3, 41, Thespians
2, 3, 4 QPresidentJ, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Class Vice-President 2
YOUNG, STANLEY MARK: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Varsity Club
2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Kiskitas 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4
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