Archbald High School - Memories Yearbook (Archbald, PA)

 - Class of 1961

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The Senior Class presents Mama ics I 96 I Archbald High School Archbald, Pennsylvania A high school is many things - a faculty, a student body, sciences, languages, social events, and, above all, a prep- aration for the future. At a glance, however, the most im- pressive part of a high school is the physical plant - the building that houses the students in their hours of work and study. The 1961 Memories Staff has chosen the Archbald High School building as the medi- um through which to review the activities of the past year. In this way we hope to pre- serve many laughable and cherished memo ries which might otherwise be forgotten, , , . ,, . . ,, , M ,. , , . . . , . .-. - , , . -- 1 - ,?, . t, ' . 14551, '--r5:4-a-.'.g:"1ff- N. , -fee- 5, 1:1 5:31-.,Q--'f,,. 3,4 - Mx., ww- L-g.:f:'- cfpvfaisvfv-Mr-la -4 ul. 'ww - In nw . V ,A+ . --m.a. 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Y - , , ., . f .,, JP ? .,-at 2f",'N.W, .a 1-SVS Nlm furuvll V a - - ,k V i f 4' When you see heads together, you'll know it's MEMORIES time. r i SEATED, left to right: Mary Margaret Noone, Steve Brombacher, Joanne Siefring, Rose Ann Radzelovage, Bertha Zelno, Nicholas Ketcha, Carol Trently. STANDING: Karen Belles, Gerald Holmes, Mary Ann Heid, Ed- ward Burke, Bette McAndrew, Robert Julian, Frances Zelno, Louis Vitiello, Sally Ann Zelno. "A time for fun, and a time for work" is the sentiment ex- pressed by all members ofthe yearbook staff. We did our best in preparing this annual, and hope we succeeded in making it a part of our never-to-be-forgotten "MEMORIES. " Editor ROSE ANN RADZELOVAGE Assistant Editors JO ANNE SIEFRING BERTI-IA ZELNO 4 'rf - - 'Q w wf a f f w r t sr - .fsfr'-hw-iw?--r-nw-v3e1.'f1'-151. T "A "W " ,..g.,as. uw ,Q N.. N X l l I y 1 l 4 y 1 V 1 , 4 1 . 5 1 1 acc 1 1 2:0 r 1 t MR, E. HAROLD BURKE Superintendent Priucgmlis Message My sincere congratulations to your staff and to your Sponsor under whose guidance this Yearbook has been created. lt is my hope that the members of the Class of 1961 have been prepared to cope with the problems of the future. What di- rection the world takes tomorrow depends on the rising generation of today, You are the rising generation and the future belongs t O yOu. May God grant you the ability, the courage and the wisdom to face it with con- f' . . idence and to meet it with unbounded suc- cess. V May God bless you always. BEATRICE C. CAWLEY Principal fldminisirafivn Superinlcndcnf is Message It is with a feeling of great pride that we watch another fine group of young men and women leave Archbald High School. Your principal and your teachers are to be congratulated on the fulfillment of their obligation to instill a sense of responsibil- ity, integrity and a regard for the rights of others in each one of you. When a group of young people such as this class reaches the end of its high school career, we consider the job well-done. lwish to extend my best wishes for your success in the future, and my congratula- tions on your many achievements during the past twelve years. The affi by , den Whe 717 1:11 , Ii g.ue-.szrinaf '.:f.4, 4' - 4' he- -.4 , -- , 'rzlfiwl M essays ot' great pride that ,cup of young men mild High School. your teachers arero :':ti:'illment of their .L-:iss of responsibil- arti for the rights of azz. when u group of his class reaches the tureer, we consider foil wishes for your 111.5 :nv congratula- ie-rezncnts duringthe OUR JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS This really is the pause, or we mean pose, that refreshes. President: KATHLEEN GILDEA Vice-President: IEANNE BOLAND Secretary: BARBARA NANIEWICZ Treerrrrerr JEANNE MARIE Eioop OUR SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS At last! Miss Cawley presents us with our class rings. The officers of the class receiving their rings are: Vice-President: STEVE SARNOSKI Treasurer: IEANNE MARIE FLOOD Secretary: FRANCES ZELNO President: SANDRA LEMONCELLI OUR SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS The cares, woes, and joys of the world are being discussed by this group of girls, who were our class officers during our sophomore year. President: MARIANNE FARRELL Vice-President: IEANNE BOLAND Secretary: SANDRA LEMONCELLI Treasurer: IEANNE MARIE FLOOD -F51-.AB A X .1 rr eff 3.1 ret F r ,., r I I I r ff X X 'x K X X W -rf? f- , .. X Wi .x 53. - x ' r rt li ,v,. ,rw 25 Vi X N-A lx 1 4111, 1 msrvfw- QW ' wow! kr-'fc' lfig-11'7-lux,,?,rTgrQ1qf',xpgig"h9go,kifsHg-135-:xggR4gjgvg1g-3-gqr R, ry3m3qaq. 3,3-gsm X .-w?,,H,Zg,.Z,.,.5Fq:,f,N74,iTZ-PMK-in g,.4,,,L.,,.,.,, ,ny - .', '- ,. .- ' "-f- - 1 - - -.--.. 1 -' A.. --1 . - . . . . . .- - . .., . . . , ., , , .. , :1'2-1-4.--win"--. 1-wh:-1--.+ wi ,, .. ., , ,R .. .,.. ,, ,. 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A . . ,. ,JN mme ff-. lr fa... , .. ..4i1f.M.:'.fw-wr-4cfm -f M- ,f ' am.-asv-:xe1x,,+3a:v.v.M44Mifikbmgimwngkiafmnnhnznfw' :Qfi?,a-.uvriikzukiwma-llihiq395555333 1. be Q 'f-"""'ql,:"l?"-f1"?E' 'ww ff-w i - X Ng N X ,I 1 ': M M l, 'x lx Y l . l , Il 5, l l ll if lf ll rl if il l ll ll il al sl ll fl 1 jj 34:7 -1. ff DOROTHY BAKA Commercial: BLISUTCSS Club, Honor Society 2, 3 4, Library Club. PATRICIA BARKOWSKI Commercial: Business Club, Junior Historian 4, Library Club. KAREN BELLES Academic: Drill 'leam 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Year- book Staff, Prom Commit- tee, Latin Club 1, 2, Sci- ence Club 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Library Club. JEANNE BOLAND Academic: Drill Team 2, 3, Cheerleader 4, Junior Historian 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Class Vice-President 2, 3, Library Club. CAROL ANN BOLCAVITCH Academic: Majorette 3, F. T. A. Club 1,2,3,4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 3,4, Honor Society2 3,4, Student Council 3, Prom Committee, Library Club, STEVE BROMBACHER Industrial Arts: Baseball 1, 2,3,4, Football 3,4, Year- book Staff, Prom Commit- fee: Student Council 2. 1' 1 .hiiw-iris".-is was -X .:-- - fad I aft: - ..Lf,.,.i7i' , ' A L ,J A " - " F,-MC rf-ri! dkg'-W? .rea-na.4.a4...4:ix xpkffgamw tk fmtgtxiw IQAQGAAQ7 EDWARD BURKE Academic: Football 4, F. T. A. Club 4, Junior Historian 4, Yearbook Staff, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 3, 4 CVice-President 3,4j, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3,4 CPresident 4b. DOROTHY CAREY Academic: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Historian 2, 4, Prom Committee, Latin Club 1,2, Library Club 2. EDWARD CHERVINAK Industrial Arts: Baseball 1, 3, Junior Prom Committee. FRANCIS CRAIG Academic: Football 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2,3, Latin Club 1, 2. RAYMOND De CARLI Academic, Junior Histor- ian 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Sci- ence Club 3,4. MARY ALICE DEECKE Commercial: Business Club, Junior Historian 4, Honor Society 2, 4, Library Club. J I J r i'i'2'f'-f'Ei'i"f'c'3'sf"'fx:.?1 ' C 1 ' ..,-ga.--Z4 x , l l P 43" li l tl E V rl It N 11 11 my ' I1 iw gl 'N f , l 1 ll il ll W if I it 1 li lf ll , W 7? 13 3 if il ll ll ,. ll N W ll fr ll in t il 5' ROSANNE Dou GHER Commercial: Business Club fVice - Presidentjg Drill Team l,2,3: Cheer' leaders 4. JOSEPH FALKOWSKI Academic: Latin Club 1, 2 MARIANNE FARRELL Academic: Cheerleader 2 3, 4 fCaptain 45, Junior Historian 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Class President 2, Science Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Library Club 2. JEANNE MARIE FLOOD Academic: Drill Team 1 2, Front Line 4, F. T. A. Club 4, Junior Historian 2 3,4, Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2. Y I JOSEPH FORD Academic: KATHRYN GARCIA COmmercial: Business Clllbz Junior Historian 4, "f",1"K f -"T'?' i 3' "'V '1'+ E iff!" f -L 1 g A, 5-fa-Jtsisg--Y ' 51.3, -- ,'.s:..fZk.-6-Tgw fQ3f .li-.Q,4..:.f:..44.x9Y""B we. Ncsxsgafsar-'C lk f' 'Qux32axE5a f Wggff fri- KATHLEEN GILDEA Academic: Drill Team 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, Drum Majorette 4, F. T. A. Club 4, Junior Historian 2, 4, Prom Committee fChair- many, Latin Club 1,2, 3, Class President 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Library Club. PETER GILROY General: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 3, Prom Com- mittee. ROSE ANN GYURIK Commercial: Business Club, Junior Historian 3, 4, Prom Committee fQueen's Courtj, Honor Society 2, 4, Student Council 4, Library Club. MARY ANN HEID Academic: Front Line 3, 4 fCaptain 41, Junior His- torian 2, 3,4 CTreasurer 2, 3,4j, Yearbook Staff, Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fQuaestor 43, Honor Society 2, 3, 4. GERALD HOLMES Academic: Football 1, 2, 3,4, F. T. A. Club 4, Year- book Staff, Latin Club 1,2, Science Club 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4 fPresident 41. JOSEPH HOLMES Academic: Football 1,2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2,3, 4, Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1,2. ' w flwff farm mm N Q., Mg, ,H "'C51f?iE4fA'f?5ff!iiL'5E'5'l4S!f?'Qiwh-!i' 2"-5" -- -.L . M ., "'fAH1 -H ' l l 1 V ROBERT IULIAN lndustrial Arts: Football 1, Yearbook Staff, Junior Prom Committee: Student Council 3. NICHOLAS KETCHA Academic: Football 1,2, 3,4, Basketball QScore- keeper 1, 2, 3, 45, F. T. A. Club 4, Junior Historian 4, Yearbook Staff, Science Club qPresic1ent 4, Vice- President 31, Honor Soci- ety 2, Student Council 4. BERNADINE KOSIK Academic: Junior Histor- ian 2, 3,4, Prom Commit- tee fQueen's Courtj, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club2 IUDITH LACONEY Commercial: Business Club fTreasurerj, Junior Historian 3,4, Queen's Court. JAMES LANC-AN General: Basketball 1, 2 3,4, Football 1, 2, 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. SANDRA LEMONCELLI Commercial, Business Club, Future Teachers of Amefifla 1: Junior Histor- ian 4, Class Secretary 2, President 4, Student Coun- Gil 2, 3, Prom Committee, Library Club. A B i Jfrfr- 'fnwmf-1,--f-- .1-V, . . A I ' ,- .1 4.4f.. f . , 1, 4.1 1 . , f ,, - Q..4.!3.4..44'..x . ,AML-iii-2-f Le- 1-41.9 ' 4. , ,- f 1- , -'14 .5 as - .ty -, -' f - '-1 1- 1- V Aa A ,Y - .sm - A r -I . N 12- I N-N-JS f'-11-1"s4 bu f' as-4.x-'fJ"2f.sLbfE,ae2l2 f Wahl? 4 49522 ,. -V ,,,,ffvg,f.,4 41 fwf- PAUL LOFF Industrial Arts, MARY CATHERINE LOIACONO Academic: Majorette 1,2, 3,4, fCo-Captain 41g F. T. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4gIun- ior Historian 2, 3,4, Prom Committeeg Latin Club 1, 2,3g Science Club 3g Hon- or Society 2, 3,4, Library Club 2. RONALD MARK Industrial Arts. CARLOYN MATALA Academic: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Front Line 4, F. T. A. Club 4, Junior Historian 2, 35 Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, 3g Honor Society 2, 3,4g Library Club 2. ELIZABETH McANDREW Academic: Drill Team 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. Club 3, 4 fDelegate 35g Yearbook Staff, Prom Com- mitteeg Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fConsul 455 Science Club 3,43 Honor Society 2, 3,4g Library Club 2g Junior His- torian 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA McGOWAN Academic: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 fCo-Captain 41, F. T. A Club 4g Junior Historian 2, 3,4g Prom Committeeg Lat- in Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fConsul4jg Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Club 2. sa. sf S5-?Wi'5'iFaiz.a.iGrs1r.st0.XrS-21, 4 iffffiim-,f '. " I - - ' - -1 r my 'J a- af .1 .4 Q 1 ,N .sqkhqg cfs. "fl ,t w-X.. Vi s 'S' X N11 . J J, J J ll JF J l H P? TJ in V J J J li U Ci H X. J I J J 1 J J 1 J, . lj if : BERNADETTE MIHALISKO Academic, Drill Team 2 3, Front Line 4, Junior His torian 2, Prom Committee fQueen's Courtj, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club. BARBARA NANIEWICZ Academic: Front Line l, 2,3,4, F. T. A. Club l,2, 3, 4 fPresident 41, Junior Historian 2, 4 fSecretary 41, Prom Committee, Lat- in Club l, 2, 3, Class Sec- retary 3, Science Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council fVice- President 41, Library Club. VIRGINIA NARVID Commercial: Business Club, Junior Historian 4, Library Club. MARY MARGARET NOONE Commercial: Business Club, Drill Team 1, Cheer- leader 2,41 F. T. A. Club 2, Junior Historian 2, 3,4 fRegional First Vice-Pres- ident 3, President 4j,Year- book Staff, Prom Commit- Tee CQueen's Courtj, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, MARY ANN PERKOWSKI Commercial: Business Club Junior Historian 4, Honol- Society 2, 3, 4, Queen's Court. ELMER PETERS Industrial Arts, J ,Q .- .ea '75 '-.-Alfvzfapw-4-.,,.....,.,,,,, , 4. . K V 1, , A , -., , V. ROSE ANN RADZELOV AGE Academic: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptain 45: F. T. A. Club 2, 3, 4 QVice-Presi- dentli Junior Historian 25 Yearbook Staff QEditorj, Prom Committee fQueenJg Latin Club l, 2: Science Club 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2. JOHN RADZIKOWSKI Academic: Latin Club 1, 2 MARGARET ROE Commercial: Business Club. JOHN ROPOCH Industrial Arts: Junior Prom Committee: Student Council 4. STEPHEN SARNOSKI General: Junior Prom Committee: Vice-Presi- dent 4. BERNARD SCOBLICK Industrial Arts: Baseball l, 2. mf 39929 'J W' Www 'kJ?2a,5'ia".niEYd-rw :- "G4f4i1'Q'i'.'fffSH'GR5?l's-'efew"fQa1fa:a:wff.ma:-f-'L-faarfeveff'-1P 1.1. 'f - -, f A 1 - 'K 'S X' 4 5 r Q M l. 1 l l , il A Q5 ll il ll ' il a iihymf-2.5" Massa Pk ff IOANNE SIEFRING Commercial: Business Club: F. T. A. Club 1, 2g Yearbook Staff QCO-Editoryg Prom Committeeg Honor Society 2, 3, 4g Library Club. CAROLE SMOLEY Commercial: Business Clubg Drill Team 1,23 Cheerleader 3, 4g Junior Historian 2, 3,4g Honor So- ciety 2g Library Club. RAYMOND SNIPES Industrial Arts: Baseball 1, Football 3, Student Coun- cil 4. THERESA SOLOMON Academic: Drill Team 1, 2, 3g Cheerleader 43 F. T. A. Club 4g Junior Historian 2, 3,4g Prom Committeeg Lat- in Club 1,2, 3g Honor So- ciety 2g Library Club. GLENN SPADINE Academic F T A Club 4 Latin Club 1 2 Sgrence Club 3 4 Library Club ROBERT SPEICHER Ac adam 1C 1 l l . O s ' - ' Q ' ' F - ' . , , I l . l l .. :rev-ff -+'v r.'f-fr M . ..-, L, . c. . 5 LT, .gk af.,-Z' f7:'.JXrv-,?1s7p,. ,,.,vYY 1 ,V- Q15 'fa-221' I C2 2-ggi" ,. A a i55,aEY.:-yi aiming-viii 5 ng, JOSEPH TEETIE Academic: Basketball 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom Commit- teeg Latin Club 2. JOHN TOCHYDLOWSKI General. JOAN TRACEWSKI Commercial: Business Club fSecretaryJg Junior Historian 2, 3,45 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Library Club. CAROL TRENTLY Commercial: Business Clubg Yearbook Staff fTreasurerjg Junior Prom Committee. MICHAEL URDA General. LOUIS VITIELLO Industrial Arts: Yearbook Staffg Student Council 3. wwf- er wma QW ame n Swami,-w GERALD WALSH Academic: Football 1. ANITA WOJTKUNSKI Commercial: Business Clubg Band 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee. ROBERT YESELEVIGE Commercial: Business Club FRANK YUSHINSKY General: Football 2, 3. CHERYL ZAHRADNICK Commercial: Business Club, Front Line 1, 2, 3,45 Junior Historian 4, Prom Committee, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4 fTreasurer 415 Library Club. BERTHA ZELNO Commercial: Business Clubg Yearbook Staff CCO-Editorjg Prom Committee, Honor Society 2, 3, 455 Library Club, 4 Q Secretary 4.l.-.. ll-M,a.s::f C 1 "' FRANCES ZELNO Academic: Drill Team l, 2g Cheerleader 3, 4, F. T. A. Club 2, 3, 4 qSecretary 43, Junior Historian 2, 3, 4g Yearbook Staff, Prom Committeeg Latin Club l 2, 3g Class Secretary 4, Science Club 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4 fVice-Pres- ident 43g Student Council 2, 3,4g Library Club. 1 SALLY ANN ZELNO Commercial: Business Club, Junior Historian 2, 3, 4 flst Vice-President 4, 2nd Vice-President 33, Yearbook Staff, Library Club. I AMES ZENZLEL General. JOSEPH STEFURSKY Joseph, a graduate of the Class of '60, has returned to take chemistry, algebra Il, trigonometry and solid geometry, subjects which will enable him to attend college in the fall. Student Council serves as the voice of the stu- dents. Miss O'Hara, advi- sor, is shown here with members and senior officers. I -,E-n , ft- .L X, -. " N 611155 1600141 Scenes The "So1id Geometry" class takes time to pose for a picture. 1 1 . J w i i I - A 1 I 5-mQQfs:sNfsV,..,.., ,. . xii- ' 'g' i--11 Our Pre sumes an nch class as- attentive air as Carol Ann Bolca- vitch recounts in French the st visit to a frien A Q 1 P. O. D. class studies "unifying forces" of the world today. ory of her d's home. SNES mimic . . .Y. ,,.,...,-,,-.1-'- ,,.,..s"w..1' -L.tqt .. .A -t.s,,-V.4-,.v:t,9g1,'-.1'i'f.fg,fe+5i..f1gefQrQ.1lg a:gaQ,ei?5f,'F:':i-CAT' :.Qfs2s55'zi'e inane Glass 1600114 Scenes l-- ..'i -.. . ,X 'x Freshman boys demonstrating science projects classmates. 'A fs ..,A -jf , A A if I, English Literature Students working prob- lems on the leniar metric system. ' .., .N - N r "'3"' in 611155 know Scenes Mrs. Berzite 's Cleri cal class works dili- gently to complete their lesson on geo- graphic filing. .auf Bookkeeping class complete balance sheet on one of their projects. Cheryl and Mary Mar- garet demonstrate their 120 word a mill' ute speed for the mem' bers of the shorthand class. J JL - s -H A---M i i.. a :,q : fgf,-5.- g sff 5Q5aa fe EQ in wail y 4, ,A 358 611155 1300114 Scenes Physics Class experimenting with electricity. Class typing letters with tabulation in rough draft form Fourth year Latin students traveling with Aenas through Hodes A 'SWPAFW ' DE-2115, , Glass 1300171 Scenes Students becoming authorities on authors with the help of Miss Philbin, .fix :- - - -- " " " 3 1 f I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 Miss Spillane explains the work of the human body to students. if P: , ,., 1 lf. 4 1 X I '1l 1 ,S 1' s Q X5 Q .0 - ,N 1 if S 'WS 1 1 1 . Y 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 ear Kel' 5? V"W'fff 1 i... I Joanne and Robert sett' - ' for 3 project. mg the machine UP Assembly exercises M, C'd by Eddie Burke and .Terry Holmes, pn" lfggvi . 3 .53 'Y - A, l And 801 Hliay M- E , . W V 0' N4 . avii,. , -' , ri 4-' 1 , 3: wy71,,:-,,, W, 1 I Hou L ' 5. ,.... -f L gf' -1 I nf uv, A2 M 1 w , Q Q A s ' Health Class Heads Upl 'T 1--fr-eng NUI ... Playing in our Sunday Best. And away we go! v V ,ry . . Nfiffs H91 Q., 1 , Elf: ::f'V5Trf7'?f3'?f??SlFi-"fr - a I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I x , a E Senior shop boys with QI? one of their main projects built during the year, Shop boys demonstrate their electrical project at a Parent Teachers Association meeting, . - I W , ,ew I I I . I I I I I I I I Ig I i i I The IJOYS showin th I I7 I I' ,I f I I 'Ttzc hu.. ,M an . b f ,- , 8 6 parts and operating the lathe. mp E Iotuec L.-y 7-f--f . osing x. Qs N, 'W ,-Q' Q .ni Q O13 -uv i' ' n Caught in the act of raiding the ice box. Our only male senior class officer finds it hard to manage a car and three girls. . ,,--my I ft , +54- :rv -crrvivv I, -.- V K Y 5 53-225Fv Vqg , ' .a- 1 .-.. 1 Lean:-+L: 7. iflyf aigig Mr. Burke dictates loan Dougher, our school secretary, 7 Miss Cawley takes time from her busy schedule to pose for a picture. As you can see by the picture, it was a cold wiutery day as our business club set out to visit the comptometer school in Scranton. , Ylllfifff 671155 4 I0 if Y' if 1 Q 'lwyi 5 ' is , ix f W xxyx -' Saphamora 64155 X22 f CLASS ADVISORS: Miss Mary O'I-Iara, Mr. James Davis, Miss Margaret Spillane. ?rc'sl1ma14 6145.9 CLASS ADVISORS: Miss Mary HughGS, Mr- A- 1- Bufke' Miss A uita Mullen. 'MH 9 I 6 w H E I U 'Em 251 5: 1 :ix .1 ,ii 55 5? 5, 2 1 I 1 , I I 51 fm an MI EW 1'i ' i 'li fi 1 5? in gn IU gg -w n 1I if H' as fi fr i I 4 ,I N r In 1 1 Nx A I . t V 1 V E V r J BUSINESS CLUB l This year we began our club by electing the I following officers: 1 y P resident: Rose Ann Gyurik . Vice-President: Rose Ann Dou he g r y Secretary: Joan Tracewski Treasurer: Carol Trentl Y In December 5111355 Club pins. we received our Bu ' Mrs. Berzite and Mrs. McAndrews are club advisors. Members of the Junior Historians plan for their annual trip to the re- gional convention at East Stroudsburg State College. Miss Helen Stoback is club advisor. W- -.--1.1 Senior members ofthe Science Club listen atten- tively to explanation of the Solar Furnace given by President Nicholas Ketcha. Miss Helen Stoback is club advisor. is .-K .xg . QS V . gsgsr S S SM, x u ., .f 1'- gg,a. : . Q ..E i ' be . -1-' fee e :1-'IL-agahvfsfg-J!ea.ir-.-f'aQla51S.4S::2E.5Z55?mZ'' f" af' 'Q ,-Q", H '- be 5 i YCI' The Future Nurses Club was organized in Septem- ber l959. It is affiliated with St. Joseph's Hospital, Carbondale, where its members attend classes and serve as Nurses Aides. Members of the Future Teachers of America Club under the supervision of Mr. Davis. me r E l .53 E 5 1 The Honor Society is made E up of the members of the ' 5 class who have attained an E average of 85 per cent or better and have been loyal, G co-operative and displayed 5 3 the qualities of character 5 required by our charter. Q. 1x fe rl ,. 5, K. gr rl fi I fl . .- ,. .TI WI-,W 1mtvafsf:'-4ffnZri3?"i:er,s1i.- . ' C N J I Wim is 5 , 9 . i I A ELIZABETH MCANDREW ArchbaldtChamber of Commerce Award - U. S. 5 Government Bond for Local Winner in "Voice of A Democracy Contest." Certificate of Merit from f Veterans of Foreign Wars. Pen and P6HCi1 SCF f from Wozniak - Pavoloski Post, VFW. Beatrice C. Cawley Award - Highest Average in Latin for four years, E. Harold Burke Award - High- est Average in Chemistry. Bausch-Lomb Sci- ence Plaque for maintaining the highest aver- age in Science for four years. Archbald Public School P. T. A. Award for girl selected by fac- ulty for outstanding cooperation, consideration, scholarship and service. Scholarship Certificate- Marywood College - Student Teacher Program. Wim Vai ROSE ANN GYURIK Olyphant Rotary Club Award - Highest AV- erage in Problems of Ame Ladies' Auxiliary - Hricak, McAndrew Post - Highest Average in Social Studies for four years. Cecilia M. Philbin Award - Highest average in English for four years. James J, Mellow Award - Scholarshi rican Democracy, Best Bookkeeping Student. p to Lackawanna Junior College - Result of Competitive Examinations. 'S x X X X.. x faqs 'Psi :V - T X " , '- 5 X rf -:sffffffi . -K ". A MARY MARGARET NOONE Underwood Corporation Award of Merit and Mrs. Joseph Berzite Award for Proficiency in Commercial Department. Certificate of Merit from State cil and Junior Historian Award for outstanding ser- vice to Pennsylvania Fed- eration of Junior Coun- Historians, M5734 , ' :ig-ss ' U51 . t f.,-mf 9'-1 MYR ll if fm: 3. W ff Q, sf GLENN SPADINE Archbald Lions Club U. S. Government Bond - Student showing most persistent progress and interest in Science, X A f rw ,C Q ss. 'xiii 9 s Qf' A - jajfji- . , fe ww -'ff - BEN - Shaft s S N X f 'M-it ' .2 , 5 jvfkgsss - ' 'TILE X5 , ,Z ss N Q X x X N N ffm ff 'i 'Q NICHOLAS KETCHA National Mathematics As- sociation Award - Highest score in National Mathe- matics test. in g N.. X 5 -E . 3' N I X QQ XX X B' L MSS , SS S' S it N P N st x .sw SS X S ASQ X . E fsgi, X ,Q GERALD HOLMES John E, Marion Award ,Wl!,,. 'ffl ' ff?JX,f E N AAXNXE' I aj I XNREPQ! M555 SM? ,fryffs f jigf pf V X gif M ss sax ' ,wt We s 1 , X f 'Sis s, X7 1 I fa fa , nr 7 , , V4.2 W' ff I ff 'wwe W? f f VZYA S SB A f Xxx 4 3 s X X YYPAZAX fgaf ' 2 S MARY ANN PERKOWSK1 MIS' I0SePh McAndrews Award for Proficienc i n Shorthand. Y Q17'2i'e-4-,Ju-K 4-4 'L 'aufgiakf 1 EDWARD BURKE Archbald Public School P- T. A. Award for boy se- lected by Faculty for out- standin C g ooperation, con- sideration , scholarship and service, boy making highest score in Mathematics on College Board Examinations. dia- , W' .- " ' - ,. -1 . :f,,.' Q .- .." i 172 127553 .ff.1fi'- .4 Q-m -.LH Q -'.'L' L, Lig., ..x,.. , . N SNEXX STEPHEN BROMBACHER Proficiency in Industrial Arts. 5 MARY CATHERINE LOIACONO Misericordia College Par- tial Scholarship CCollege Board Examinationsj. I 31 E X775 'l 3 il w Wim is Who I XWNO QE HXS S s 4 I Q X ,Q gk: MARIANNE EARRELL Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizen Certificate - selected by classmates for qualities of dependability, leadership, and patriotism. "T ROSE ANN RADZELOVAGE Marywood College Schol- arship Certificate fStudent Teacher Programj. H y JOSEPH TEETIE Best Athlete Award fl ination. SHORTHAND AWARDS .L f- .- , L-'2igTLLY.ib6, ,C ,ft Y ,345 S43-Tiljs., 1,1924 H. -, . A 2 l I f , ls, y fm M , , , f 2 i , KJ, 7 Q. . ss X st s- N ' ss ssl, i f f , 1 exam Q E mmf . fr W y Us. A E --".'1 2 f X X QNW W. c M -. si YNNS s N ff f c 'Nj' a Q5 x I x N S R f " 4 4 X7 ai'-N1 1 N f :Q fl ws F - W, fs 6 NAL, , sf A ,4 , -., E PAUL LOFF Proficiency in Industrial A Arts. all get fl gl ii 1 l ' 1 l BARBARA NANIEWICZ F 1 St. Joseph's Hospital Par- Q tial Scholarship Century i i I Club. l tx fl l I 5:9 rl 31 I1 ll ,l ., , 'l it Q Nl :ig il: gil ! 'E fr, ill Latin Award Winners. Awards received from results of nationwide Latin exam- Q l ii ii . " "'7 "Kf1'V": 7 si' 7 f I n I s ill Ili Il pci n What' Wim I ,,, l. Bookkeeping Awards 5 The literary world awaits with confidence Seniors display ribbons merited at Science these budding essayists and twentieth-cen- Fair. tury poets. 1 or K 1 --s ml. , A AA , ., ,if 'Q . 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HOLMES 453 1- LANGAN m During our years at Archbald High School, we have had many exciting moments in football. The 1960 season, however, was not very succeSSfLI1- Even though the Rams fought hard, they came up with only two victories, Ouli of ten tries. Our class was represented by Joe Holmes, Jim Langan, SIGVG Brombacher, Francis Craig, Jerry Holme ' s, Eddie Burke, and Nick Ketcha. is ,Q-2 gvofball Francis Craig carries around end for a few yards. Joe Holmes drives for a touchdown. h make a hole in the line. JerrY Holmes recovers a fumble. Langan and Kew a Cheerleaders congrat ulate players on vic- tory, V Q' by -15?-'AG' w l E 5 wr tai ?l fl lfuskefball Ig I l J. LANGAN 4129 I- TEETIE CFD 5- HOLMES KGB The Rams got off to a slow start this year and finished the first half with li a six and three record, but they came back strong in the second half to place third in the league with a five and four record. l Of the three senior members Ji L m angan, Joe Holmes, and Joe Teetie, l Langan and Teetie were selected to play in the annual Golden Rule G ame. l Joe Teetie was also named to the All-Northern Team with Langan and Holmes if receiving honorable mention. 'I ' 5 5 r ' - .V A ,1 ' f.'f': ,- '7-:sa-4 "' v-rf.: ,-.. V . ,W ,, , I Haskcfball N XX fl A LX M! ' X ,N 'F QE-X Q 0 1' WMO A ...QW A - L muxx Rams get msrrucuons from Coach Davis -121' + az 5 -. Rf ' NNY. .,," , IJ' tv" I f - N X -.x ' 6,95 'Y M 1 'A Q - 1 Q "' P A 453. , H I , ,fl , Two points for Joe Holmes. Nick Ketcha, our scorekeeper. . - k etle WHIIS for a faSI DISH - Langan secures rebound for Rams. Te nf G ' le -fy ia' 1 "-r .v W... K ' . w , J? ws lim yi f : J l6'f1se6z1!l h After many thrilling contests, we have set down a record of 4 wins and 6 if li li M Langan. losses. We are grateful to Mr. Davis, who has given the members of our team M his time, effort and patience in developing their abilities. The seniors who M participated in these games were: Steve Brombacher, Joe Holm es, and Jim boys taxe time to practice before a ame. I Clf iw 8 2 P JIM LANGAN Gb, fc, JOE HOLMES STE VE BROM BA CH ER x ACTI ITIE E E E A A Q E E E 1 I i s E l E 5 i 3 I 7 -XN..,,. I .,x:,.,,iGa:.N.. .V .W!'3,xxxk34,'ir?gr.x.?fm.w?wS..' Svimce Efair A Science Fair, sponsored by the Science Club, was held in the high school building on April 7 and 8. Teachers from the University of Scranton and various local high schools judged the projects on creativeness, scientific principle and dramatic appeal. The students met the challenge with great enthusiasm and twenty five emerged victorious. lETlU?f5 -.11 Ed Burke and Ray De Carli investigate the Elizabeth McAndrew describes her project pollution of the Lackaw n Ri ' ' White Oak Reservoir. a na ver and on ions. Don t be nervous, Bette. THE: P!-l'v'SIE5 as nmssizancsp in ls' - . smug, Using , ,- 1 wsler .G We Paiflflfl fha millions! wefqh? is musura eo and nodes hump. ,Ng ps , -- ,W 9, t Kathleen Gildea rests besideher collection Jerry Holmes' study of raindrops merited of h t ft h ' ' ' . . fail-.ear s a er t e trying competition of the him a ribbon at the Marywood Fair. leg ' S ' fs Q 'cf- "Songs ofthe Civil War" was presented by the Jun- ior Historians on May 3, in the Parish Hall under the direction of Miss Hel- en Stoback, club advisor, and Mrs. R. Clarke, mu- sic supervisor. The play was prepared in commem oration of the 100th anni- versary of the Civil War. aw is I ahve, mp if Archbald High School Ei I F N 7 'A " re.-iw -f' ' " 2 ' --V ....,. G, ,, N,,,,,,,. , ,um ,ct . r t M pw Our band and band units have completed its year of splendid services 1 ss s t 'N U s H r I Band. Anita Wojtkun- iw ski was absent when , the picture was taken. These students were awarded sweaters for their participation in sports and other activ- ities. I JUNIOR MAIORETTES SENIOR MAIORETTES -QEI1 It , isaqynqn ::...,. .el,1CeS "4 Wire Wiz- .. - -.eq '-.:giCQ ICT' . rly. 4 L . L I .., 1 1 i I I M . I I I I of inspiration and entertainment in an unsurpassable manner I FRONT LINE DRILL TEAM I I MARIANN E PATRICIA FARRELL McGOWAN Captain Co-Captain Our cheerleaders kept the morale of both the team and fans at the highest degree possible. We wish to extend to Miss Hughes our sincerest appreciation for the many Years SHG spent in supervising till the units and especially for her profound 1n- terest in the cheerleaders. I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 11 p 1 I I I I R1 I. I I1 I I I I I I I I " 'RPN ' a - I I Wg'fa?:e?weHceAh:Ffisvr2i4Ji mffafz ' . 1-.. " waz . 1..n.,, - fi . -. ' v v nh , G V E , -1 f X1 1 VK F " "54'jHHj:1' , r V At the annual Halloween Game the members of the various units performed during half-time, displaying their unique talents in well-organized drills and colorful costumes. Be careful, Donna, you're out numbered, l 1 Does Robin have 3 chance? f ' ,ile7'KQ'8?s- NRVZR ws Every show has clowns Santas without presents 'NERO 3? ,v fl"z"' , I ,D CL... Rose A Eernai Seriad Rasa P. PICS: 1 Pu' Mar: ,L nf..-s. I IMG.-.. . ui. O C.: L ! ' 'Wh NL 'IW' o IN 1 5 ' sink' n-.mi ll - Q' 4 5,13 l Q1 M ' ' ' Bi ft lk ' Pa Q I 1 'f t 1, '7. " " -" '37, - "'-'fi , X A nm. , ff... , rfjfx cof 1. ,2':0?-f-43 f 9, 'g:.y fK f'g yfzgfv7Qm'fwfr.-cf'-yvm-lzywvy.Y, .hx - - . i 1 ' - wife ' f , xi- Y-,.... .,. T , - - V V 'YY W H K W s ,vw ,rf fr X -res! f 2 d wi' 2 f n " Eg ff ass W, N Z, V QUEEN AND COURT Rose Ann Gyurik Bernadine Kosik Bernadette Mihalisko Rose Ann Radzelovage Mary Margaret Noone Mary Ann Perkowski Judith Laconey S ff a E f 2 471114 br Z9 ffm The Junior Prom was held Friday night, May 13, 1960, at Elkview Country Club. Kathleen Gildea was general chairman of the formal affair. The highlight of the evening was the selection and crowning of Rose Ann Radzelovage as Queen. In keeping with the theme "Starlight Sonata" the club was decorated with brilliant stars and delicate colors. ' s r "7 Q12 X r 4 1: . fy W? gi ' , 1 ZZWI S Q A 2 g 3 ' 4 Y : 5 V ff, 1 1 X -e asa?" -as aa, ' s Our hard working Prom Committees pause for a picture during their well-earned evening of relaxation. 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