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An ambitious art group.
The Arlion is a pictorial record of the
classes, activities, and othletic events at
Arnold High School. We ofthe Arlion staff
have endeavored to photograph and record
some of the more memorable of these mo-
ments. It hos been our sincere desire to pre-
serve these memories for you to enioy as
time goes by. May you never open these
pages without remembering something
pleasant about our school.
Finding yourself through worlc, study, and play
Determine the school policies
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Anthony Bianco Stanley Dupell Edmund Humeniuk words with members of the faculty
Francis Meyer Nickolas Pallone Robert Tierney Dom Saulle
The Board of Education of Arnold High
School consists of seven men elected by the
people and empowered by the State to pro-
vide educational facilities for the citizens of
lt is the job of each community to pro-
vide the opportunity for each boy and girl
to develop to their fullest capacity. For
only through an enlightened citizenry can
a democratic form of government function
in any community, state, or nation.
Our School Board, School Solicitor, and
Superintendent give unselfishly of their time
and talents to successfully administer all the
necessary details required to make our edu-
cational facilities one of the best in Penn-
The success of the 25-year dinner is displayed by Mr. Saulle, Mr. Pallone, and Mr. Tierney
H. D. BERKEY
lndiana State Teachers College
University at Pittsburgh
He's been supervising
our school since 1936
The efficiency of Miss Massimini and Miss Vairo is a great aid to Mr.
Graduates of 1958:
To you belong sincere congratulations!
By your determination in the pursuit of a
free public education you have reached an
essential goal. Ahead of you stretches the
future into whose uncertainties you must
enter by the love of adventure which moves
men from the comfortable security of the
known into the insecurities of the unknown.
For successfully solving the mysteries of the
future you must be self-reliant and inquisi-
tive. You will need imagination and cour-
age. Above all you must have faith in God
Taking advice from the pen of a great
philanthropist, may you always remember:
"The value of time.
The success of persevering.
The pleasure of working.
The dignity of simplicity.
The worth of character.
The power of kindness.
The obligation of duty.
The wisdom of economy.
The virtue ot patience.
The improvement of talent."
You have a significant start toward a
lite of service and accomplishment. Live it
TO THE GRADUATES: Congratulations!
You have succeeded in the attainment of a
very significant educational goal. May the
many paths of learning which you have
pursued to attain that goal be rich in experi-
ences. And may the educational level which
you have reached thus far be truly commen-
surate with your natural abilities and your
TO THE UNDERGRADUATES: Courage
and faith! May you have the firmness of
spirit to follow only the best examples ofthe
NICHOLAS A. VENTURA
Education cannot be measured wholly
by the number of diplomas the individual
possessesp but earning a diploma indicates
a certain amount of stick-to-it-iveness which
is commendable. Many of our greatest
men and women were not privileged to
attend school or acquire much formal edu-
cation, but they had the urge to learn and
made the most of their opportunities. Edu-
cation is not a matter of book learning
aloneg so l urge each of you to make your
way in the world regardless of your en-
Mr. Ventura and Joyce Pugliese puuse u moment for the pho- Mr. Berkey is congrmulcted by Mr. Tcxnnos of the "Teocher's
mg'-qpher, 25-Year Dinner."
Senior high secretory Joyce Richards faking dicioiion from Mr.
Cnr admimsn-aio'-5 Set lnglw standards of education
Aside from parents and clergymen, pos-
sibly no one has a greater influence on our
lives than teachers. They have helped mold
our mind, morals, and personality. A teach-
er can never tell where his influence stops.
He creates a desire for learning that lasts
as long as life itself.
We, the students of Arnold High School,
are indeed fortunate to have as our faculty
a group of men and women dedicated to the
cause of education and its benefits.
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Mr. Ventura, Mr. Paletta, and Miss Cipolla enioy a lively con
Margaret K. Batiste
Grove City College
Margaret O. Caldwell
Grove City College
Mary Ellen Cipolla
University of Pittsburgh
L. Jean Clark
lndiana State Teachers
Ruth E. Cribbs
Indiana State Teachers
Antoinette M. DeRose
Grove City College
Louis J. Galli
Clarion State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
Albert P. Garella
California State Teachers
Dorothy I. Gasper
Health, Physical Education
John H. Gearhart
Slippery Rock State
William F. Haiel
Edinboro State Teachers
Joseph J. Deda College
University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh
Social Stuclies, Science Mqthemqfics
M. K. Batiste M. O. Caldwell M. E. Cipolla
L. J. Clark R. E. Cribbs J, J, Deda
A. M. DeRose L. J. Galli A. P. Garella
D. l. Gasper J. H. Gearhart W. F. Haiel
Problems of Democracy
Charles H. Laing
Josephine B. Lecnar
Dorothy R. Marinucci
Seton Hill College
General Music, Choir
St. Vincent College
Lawrence F. McGuire
Carnegie Institute of
University of Pittsburgh
Albert G. Moses
University of Pittsburgh
Leonard F. Paletta
University of Pittsburgh
Civics, World History
Frank B. Pallone
St. Francis College
Mario L. Peretti
University of Pittsburgh
Oliver .I. Phillips
University of Chattanooga
Health, Physical Education
M. Klein C. H. Laing J. B, Lemm-
D. R. Marinucci F. Martin L. F. McGuire
A. G. Moses M. Moskalski L. F. Paletta
F. B. Pallone M. L. Peretti 0.1, Phillipg
Our faculty inspires students to high ideals
The girls in home making classes carry an various prolects Mrs Ritter instructs a few m a complex on
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Richard E. Romito
St. Vincent College
University of Pittsburgh
Clara J. Sakaluk
Indiana State Teachers
Walter M. Sakaluk
Indiana State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
Ruth M. Sack
University of Pittsburgh
Robert L. Scalpello
Indiana State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
Bernard F. Scherer
St. Vincent College
University of Pittsburgh
Ruth A. Sipes
Slippery Rock State
Alice G. Strittmatter
J. A. Pugliese
Robert M. Terlinski
Indiana State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
Louise S. Ventura
Carnegie Institute of
William P. Walcutt
California State Teachers
Inez E. Wallis
University of Pittsburgh
Frances A. Tannas, R. N.
Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Dr. L. C. Ceraso
Dr. J. A. Soroka
University of Pittsburgh
Frances J. Massimini
Secretary, General Office
Joyce A. Pugliese
Junior High Secretary
Joyce C. Richards
Senior High Secretary
J. C. Richards
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R. E. Romito C. J. Sakaluk W. M. Sakolulc
R. M. Sack R. L. Scalpello B. F. Scherer
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7 -'35 ' I R. M. Terlinski V. A. Ursic L. S. Ventura
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Take time to work - -it is the price of success.
CHARLES J. SZOCH
Leads a busy lite as big man about the campus ... Takes
an active interest in hunting and fishing . . . President of choir
and vice president of student council.
JOHN A. MARRA
College will claim his future Proves himself to be a
real terror to the opposing forces on the gridiron His per-
sonality and natural kindness have drawn many to him.
SUE J. JOHNS
An attractive miss who is often found to be the keystone in
many school activities Her interest is especially attracted
by horses and photography .. , Loves the West.
ELIZABETH J. TUSING
It isn't iust her blond hair that seems to radiate the sun-
shine around her . .. Served as co-chairman of the iunior prom
Always willing to help Future teacher.
ALICE G. STRITTMATTER
Class Advisor 1955-1958
WALTER M. SAKALUK
Class Advisor 1957-1958
A regular with the band, Pines has played many solos . ..
Played his part as the "admiral" in the senior class play ad-
mirably Has time for all his many friends.
ANDREW V. ALLEN
This blushing fellow may seem shy, but he has many
friends who would say differently Would go to almost
any extreme to do a good turn Enioys baseball and soccer.
JANICE L. ANCHORS
To some she seems quite shyp they iust don't know her
that's why . .. Talented with the keyboard and paint brush ...
Willing and able with a smile for everyone.
ALVIN M. ANSANI
The stadium rocks with cheers when he comes on to the
football field . .. Has a wide range of interests including hunt-
ing and fishing ... Heart as big as his shoulders.
MARLENE H. ANUSKIEWICZ
Through her beautician's training, Mar has learned to fix
her hair in a becoming style This amiable lass will ioin in
a hearty laugh anytime.
JUDITH RAE APPLEGATE
Pastime includes many such interesting things as stamp
collecting, swimming, and sports, but her pet is dramatics
Has o soft but distinctive voice.
NORMA J. ARMOUR
Business Education "Nor"
This pert, blond lass is seldom found sad Carefree is
a by-word with her Future Homemakers claim her as a
member of their club.
GERALDINE F. BARGERSTOCK
A pretty smile, lots of pep, and a sense of humor all go
together in the make-up of this little lady She'll ease all
pain with her smile.
PAUL R. BENGEL
This tall, handsome football center has been active in all
sports With his boundless energy and winning personality,
Paul will climb the ladder of success.
ROBERT P. BENGEL
Handsome in face and strong in heart A personality
that makes friends and a loyalty that keeps them Enioys
swimming and working with cars . . . Member of Football Club.
EDWARD J. BERKOBEN
Mathematically inclined The innocent bystander full of
pranks and teasing fun Sharp dresser , .. An enthusiastic
iitterbug Interested in fishing and swimming,
JACQUES J. BERTONI
Young man with a horn Laughs at the craziest things
Even his walk indicates his happy-go-lucky attitude toward
life in general College is the big word in his future.
Take time to think- -
it is the source of power.
PHILLIP A. BIANCO
This future music major plays a hot saxophone and has
made the most of this talent in his playing with the "Wire
Wheels" and Artie Arnell ... Enioys art work.
Has a great store of scientific knowledge Bowling and
photography are tops as his other interests Wonderful
sense of humor.
DAVID J. BOCKORAS
Dave flies high with his hobby which is model airplanes
Would be right at home wherever machines might be
found Seemingly shy, this fellow is a swell guy.
GAII. A. BOLLINGER
This serious-minded senior may be your nurse someday
Her appealing manner makes her known to all her friends
Knows the Arnold sport scene well.
CHARLES D. BOLLMAN
Quiet and well-mannered, Bones is known to all His
inquisitiveness, especially in matters pertaining to chemistry,
brings him out of his reserved way.
NICHOLAS R. BORRELLI
Business Education "Mole"
Mole made himself known by his roles in the iunior and
senior class plays This lad, with a heart of gold, doesn't
know the meaning of the word enemy.
LYDIA D. BUON0
Although Lydia is quiet and serious-minded, fun and laugh-
ter are almost synonymous with her name ... Popular on com-
mittees because of her willing heart and helping hand.
RAYMOND T. CAMPBELL
Business Education "Ray"
Ray has made many friends through his pleasing way . ..
If he seems to shine a little brighter this year, possibly it is
because his heart has returned to Arnold.
SYLVIA L. CAPORALI
Business Education "Syl"
Her interest in F. H.A. will aid greatly in her future
Ice skating, swimming, and art round out Syl's activities and
GERALDINE T. CARUSO
Business Education "Gerry"
Those big, brown eyes of hers are attractive no matter
what feeling they express Enioys the finer things in life
through her interest in books and painting.
JAMES E. CHICKOWSKI
Has an interest in many clubs and sports, but it is football
to which Chick really gives his all Harmonizes well in any
Our confused steward in the senior class play Will
give the girls the eye, but when they look back he blushes .. .
Member of the band and dance band.
Take time to play - -it is
the secret of perpetual youth.
Back to the classroom!
FRANK P. COGLIO
Not everyone has his unusual knack for getting into things
Always ready to live it up . . . The country air must have
had something to do with his friendly way.
LOUIS J. COLAIANNI
Appears angelic, but lock again Being a member of
the Key Club and an ever-faithful football manager kept his
schedule full Did a wonderful iob as co-chairman of the
Serious, but has a streak of devilishness that shows in her
pretty smile . . . Her membership in the F. T. A. is an indication
of her future.
KENNETH J. CONFER
The sort of fellow that anyone would be proud to call a
friend . . . Attends all sports events, and can be heard above
the multitude His opinions are valued.
ARTHUR G. COREY
Came to Arnold from down Texas way Has a host of
friends due to his part in the band and play but chiefly because
of his winning personality.
DOMENICK P. COSTANZA
Business Education "Dom"
Lcves nothing better than a nice friendly argument .. . The
gridiron kept him busy during the early part of the year
Nothing seems to bother this guy.
ARTHUR E. DePALMA
Mischief-maker under a mask describes this well-mannered
lad ... A faithful member of the band and also the Arlion staff.
ANTOINETTE l.. DiFONZO
Business Education "Toni"
Has a personality that exceeds her height ... Always will-
ing to lend a hand . .. Amazing that such a little person could
be so full of vim.
Learning to be outstanding students in Art.
RONALD E. DOMINICI
Has proved himself to be a very versatile master of cere-
monies May appear to be taking it easy, but he has a
shrewd outlook on life.
CAROLE G. EBEL
Business Education "Car"
This soft-spoken miss aspires to be a housewife Has a
smile for one and all . . . Skating is a 'Favorite pastime with her.
JANE C. EDMUNDS
Always iovial, this lass enioys a good time Given the
opportunity, Janie proves herself to be a very reliable gal
Faithful homeroom representative.
LYNN M. EVANS
Lynn adds to her attractiveness by making many of her
pretty and original clothes . . . Wore her lead maiorette uniform
proudly . .. Greets her friends with a pretty smile.
MARGARET P. FIORINA
Business Education "Margie"
Margie may be recognized by her long, lovely tresses . .,
Seems to have a sweet tooth, and as the old saying goes,
"Sweets for the sweet."
ROGER A. FISCHER
Teddy's accomplice in crime This wise-cracker is known
to all as the "Mad Scientist" His sparkling eyes indicate
that he is ci lot of fun.
This short and sweet lass adds lite to any situation
Member of the Student Council and the Tri-Hi-Y Has a
good habit of getting things done.
MARGARET A. GLAUSER
Business Education "Marg"
This short, attractive miss will claim beautiful Switzerland
as her home shortly after graduation Has a good sense of
ERROL R. GRANT
This fun-loving lad is a band member of good standing
Responsibilities fall on his shoulders not as a burden but
as an exciting challenge.
RICHARD B. GRECO
Rich is one of those deceivingly quiet fellows Would
probably be lost without that black and white car , .. Friends
JOHN C. GRZYBEK
Wire's wishful future plans include being Arnold's first
millionaire Has a winning way that makes him liked by
PAUL E. GUBER
lt must have been the country air that put that gleam of
mischief in Gubes' eye Ambition lies in becoming a top-
flight auto mechanic.
JAYNE L. HANES
This friendly little lady brings true that old adage, "Good
things come in small packages" ... That infectious laugh brings
out her impish nature.
CHARLES F. HARRIS
"Always seen but seldom heard" describes this boy . . . He
is often seen in his father's convertible Dependable and
DARLENE D. HASTINGS
One of those persons who forms the backbone of any
organization through her reliability and encouragement .. . Her
pleasant way has won many friends for her.
MARY ELLEN HAUGHT
Business Education "Mary Ellen"
This petite, pretty, black-haired miss will make an excellent
secretary . .. Always willing to lend a hand Efficient office
JOHN W. MESS
Business Education "Jack"
This good-looking fellow shows a remarkable streak of hu-
mor and good sense ... Jack is a dancer's delight ... Enioyed
being a member of the gridiron.
PAUL D. HESS
Words were never formed that could describe this young
man's abilities ... Will do all within his power to lend a helping
hand to any of his many friends . .. Class valedictorian.
JEANNIE E. IMM
Has an infectious gaiety which has claimed for her many
friends Her fellow Tri-Hi-Y members have found her to be
faithful and hard-working .. . Editor of Broadcaster.
CHARLEEN M. JARCZYNSKI
Gaiety unlimited when she's around . ,. As the French
lady in the class play, she was tops ... For the answer of how
to win friends, check Char's personality.
Take time to read - -it is
the foundation of wisdom.
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Business Education "Jonsie"
Her friends tind her an excellent audience for their jokes,
because her sense of humor is boundless ... Her willingness to
help will take her far.
EUGENE G. KANAAN
This dancer deluxe claims as his hobbies swimming and
basketball His friends detine him as a happy-go-lucky guy
with a ready "Hi" for all.
His friends find him to be a lot of fun Chet doesn't
have a care in the world Appears to be bashful.
LOIS K. KENNEDY
Has the natural capacity for acquiring knowledge
Shows good judgment and foresight in practical affairs
Dependable in any undertaking.
A demon on the run, Ted is proud of owning his own car
His perpetual laugh and pleasant disposition are his out-
DAVID R. KRlEDl.ER
Has more than just one interest at Slippery Rock State
Teachers College His theme won the "Voice of Democ-
SOPHIE M. KUSTRA
Business Education "Sophie"
Hails all with a lovely smile and a "Hi" . . . Her industri-
ousness and energy constantly keep her on the go.
ROBERT S. l.AMENDOlA
Although bright in all subjects, Bob shines as a mathe-
matical whiz-kid ls the possessor of a very winning per-
sonality Enjoys basketball.
RAYMOND G. LAURITO
Speaks when spoken to The crystal ball shows many
mistreated cars coming to this capable car doctor Selected
as the outstanding vocational student.
RICHARD W. LAWRENCE
This genuine jokster adds humor to any situation . . . Rach
will make an excellent chemist . . . ls working on a second Sput-
DONNA RAE LEACH
Academic "Donna Rae"
A combination of a pleasant disposition, patience, intelli-
gence, and a way with children that will make her a perfect
JOHN D. LINGENFELTER
Mischief and lots of laughter are never far away when
this good-looking fellow is near Dislikes conceited people.
Take time to be friendly - -
it is the road to happiness.
Business Education "Kotak"
As a future Florence Nightingale her smile will ease,
If not cure everyone s paln A smlle IS also this head ma-
Thus short black haired fellow us Arnold Hugh s number one
mischief mcllcer In dlsgulse Nothing In the world worries
This lovely soft spoken lass will always be remembered
by her friends Recipient of the Good Cmzen award.
Business Education Maggi"
All Maggl s friends were very happy to have her return
to her Alma Mater to be graduated Brmgs true the saying
Our proficient cheerleader who IS usually found speechless
after each vlctory The choir couldnt do without this tere
A good natured lad who rs always found In the middle of
any excitement When not slavlng at Star Market, he is
Mr. Moses and his student conductors get together to discuss the band's progress
DALE E. MATTERN
Has the pep of a firecracker and his interests spread in
iust as many directions Life to him presents no worries.
GERALDINE L. MATTHEWS
Business Education "Gerry"
Often seen at the wheel of an automotive antique
Her rare humor accentuates her appealing nature and makes
her company a pleasure.
JOSEPH L. MAZZEI
Business Education "Joe"
Beneath that masculine frame is a heart of gold . . . Likes
girls in general, but wary to any one in particular Capable
ALICE l. MILLER
Business Education "Alice"
Possesses a special formula that keeps her friendly and
cheerful Always has a bright word when the going gets
DONALD A. MILLER
Desires to be a J. P. Morgan .. . A congenial lad whose
boyish good looks and debonair manner make him conspicuous.
JUDITH A. MILLER
Business Education "Judy"
Business manager of the Arlion who is always in the thick
of things ... Faces the future with optimism . .. Selected as the
outstanding business student.
KATHLEEN L. MILLER
Enioys the roller skating rink and hayrides Has had
many experiences that make knowing her very interesting.
ROGER C. MILLIRON
A handsome redhead whose easy blushes often cause him
to be the center of friendly merry-making Holds the key to
DOLORES J. MILSOM
As pretty as a picture and twice as nice, this competent
young lady personifies closely the roll of the model nurse that
she hopes to be.
SARA MAE MOHNEY
Business Education "Sara"
Has a certain refreshing quality that peppers her conver-
sation Certainly those large, expressive eyes account for
part of her charm.
CAROL A. MOLCHAN
Business Education "Carol"
A soft-spoken young lady with o pleasant disposition and
a smile to match Spends many an evening relaxing to the
music of her hi-fi.
Business Education "Rosie"
This easy-to-get-along with lass takes life easy, and her
hearty chuckle hints that she enioys every moment of it.
FRANK R. MONTELEONE
Business Education "Munch"
One of our sturdy gridmen who is iust as entrancing on the
dance floor as on the football field ... Never walks alone.
A carefree lad with a friendly disposition Selected on
the Dispatch all-star team Expresses himself through his
singing with the "Wire Wheels".
LINDA D. MUIR
Something special wrapped up in a blue-eyed, blond-haired
package, tied with an angelic smile, and intended for the hap-
piness of her friends.
JACQUELINE M. NELSON
A touch of that quaint southern charm is the important in-
gredient here . .. This belle returned to her Alma Mater and
proved herself a competent actress.
JOSEPH L. ORSZULAK
Fishing and hunting occupy a great deal of the spare time
of this tall, handsome lad An outdoor man all the way,
Joe plans to devote his future to agriculture.
The interests of this versatile fellow include a broad knowl-
edge of sports plus an aptitude for math and chemistry which
he intends to pursue in college.
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Take time to look around - - it is too short a day to be selfish
DOMINICK R. PALLONE
Arnold's boy with the golden toe This sharp dresser
always resembles a page from "Esquire" His daring deeds
and extensive achievements are known by all.
PATRICIA A. PALLONE
This calm, cool, and collected lass presents a pretty picture
in her cheerleading outfit as well as in her clothes of the latest
fashions Aspires to be a social worker.
PHYLLIS L. PAPA
Business Education "Phil"
A mixture of black, wavy hair, a distinctive taste in
clothes, and an ever sparkling spirit A level-headed "Cor-
nelia" off as well as on the stage.
THOMAS A. PAPIK
This college bound lad has given four years of service to
the choir Active in sports, he also enioys reading or ioin-
ing in a friendly argument.
CHRISTOPHER C. PAPROCKI
A quiet lad whose friendly disposition and seriousness of
purpose makes him a welcome asset to any group Great
supporter of the band.
.IO-ANN J. PAULENDA
Business Education "Jo"
A meticulous miss who places special emphasis on her
school work while not neglecting other activities A friend
in need, a friend in deed-this girl is tops.
PHILIP M. PEITZ
Phil looks forward to a future in engineering ... His humor
infects everyone around him . . . Resourceful and energetic, he
takes an active interest in all activities.
GERALDINE C. PFEII.
Business Education ".leri"
Many will remember her as the sirenic stage dancer of
the Charleston Her pleasantness makes her presence a
WILLIAM R. POWEU.
Quiet but interested in big things . . . This ham operator
spends his spare moments at his short-wave and two-way radios
. . . Fascinated by the new iet aircraft.
HAROLD A. PREISENDEFER
This well-informed lad is known for his convincing opinions
on any controversial matters His tall good looks make him
the obiect of many girls' attentions.
Take time to dream - -it is hitching your wagon to a star.
It's "one together, two together" as the maiorettes perfect their snappy routines.
EMELLIA A. PROKOPIK
Business Education "ANY"
Her gleaming smile and considerate ways will add charm
to any oltice Possesses a sense of tasteful distinction that
causes her to stand out in any crowd.
ROSE MARIE PUGLIESE
Business Education "ROSS"
Sweetness is a dominating characteristic of this petite
young lady Her shy smile and winning ways accentuate her
EDWARD J. PUGSLEY
Always looking for fun and usually finding it Aside
from building model planes, he finds time for golf, baseball, and
PATRICIA A. RATAJCZAK
Business Education "Pat"
A true home-ec girl who delights in drawing, sewing, and
experimenting with food Possesses an animated personality
which never ceases to astound her many friends.
JAMES S. REO
This good-natured prankster always contributes his ser-
vices, ideas, and artistic talent when needed . .. His iaunty
walk helps to display his nonchalant attitude.
GERALD I.. REYNOLDS
His good looks and general attitude cause him to be re-
ferred to by the fairer sex as the "Jimmy Dean of Arnold" . ..
Can be serious when he wants to be.
GEORGE C. RICHARDS
Academic "Thomas E"
Lively humor plus outstanding ability and willingness earns
for this electrical wizard the admiration he receives No
situation remains dull when T. E. is added.
Business Education "Dolores"
The gleam of mischief in her eyes supplies its subtle hint
that excitement and fun are in store when this iovial lass ap-
proaches Her interests are varied.
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YVONNE M. ROMPIETTI
Business Education "Yvonne"
Her angel-like face will add a touch of heaven to any
office ... The sound of music sets her heart and feet a-dancing.
JOHN A. RUNCO
All it takes for anything good that should happen .. . High
scoring end who is athletic-minded with a vivid future in store.
DONNA I.. SACCARDI
Business Education "Donna"
This lovely lass has no trouble winning friends or keeping
them Her wide scope of interests includes swimming, pho-
tography, and designing.
PATRICIA J. SALANDRIA
Business Education "SaI"
A hard working Lionette who loves to chatter and can
always relay the latest scoop on the newest story ,.. She owns
a pair of dancing feet.
JAMES l. SALEGO
Unkind words are not found in his vocabulary Swim-
ming, hunting, and baseball occupy most of his leisure time .. .
Quiet till you know him.
MARTIN M. SARTORI
This fun-loving, easy-going lad feels quite at home on the
dance floor, but also distinguishes himself with his earnestness
in more serious matters
BARBARA L. SASKA
Business Education "Barbara"
A quiet-mannered miss whose artistic talent may help to
account for her excellence in shorthand , . . Much of her ward-
robe is self-made.
ANTHONY F. SAULE
Business Education "Sid"
His witty comments and devilish grin make him a pleasant
and humorous companion . . . His future is centered around his
plans to view the world via the navy.
LOUIS F. SENNEIT
A congenial person who enioys experimenting in chemistry
class His many friends at Arnold feel he was Ken Hi's loss
Friendly word to one and all.
ALVIN G. SHUKIS
This rough and rugged lad ioined us from Ken Hi's ranks
His happy-go-lucky attitude and handsome appearance
make him a carefree companion.
EI.l.A MARY SINGLETON
A pretty lass who has a heart large enough for everyone
Her chatter and excitement set the mood for a rollicking
good time Serious about her future.
JANE A. SINGLETON
Business Education "Jane"
Intelligent and reserved Will do her best to make any
oltice in which she may work the most pleasant and efficient.
EUGENE A. SIRHAN
Tickly feet on the dance floor . . . Smortly dressed no mat-
ter what the occasion, and o perpetual comedian who is
always "l1ep to the live."
SARA JANE SMITH
Business Education "Snutfy"
Snuffy is neat and trim as the stewardess she played in
the senior class play Her innumerable efforts did much to
make a successful prom.
CHARLES J. SNYDER
Business Education "Som"
"Why worry?" is his motto Always in the middle of
things, he is a loyal member of the hoopsters Has his own
Business Education "Rose"
An ardent fan at all of the sports events, her happy smile
and friendly chatter are never left behind A rollicking gal
who really enjoys "cutting the rug."
ROY B. STEARMAN
Our unsung hero in football and basketball Feeling
unable to exercise temperance, he will take refuge in absti-
DOROTHY M. STEFANINI
Business Education "Dog"
Always full of vigor and vim, Dot is never without a smile
Although cheerleading is her specialty, the choir is also
tops with her.
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Business Education "Jackie"
Quiet and rather shy, Jackie has just the right amount of
everything good to make her a friend of all A secretarial
career is her future.
CAROLYN R. STULL
Expressive brown eyes and an effortless smile which adds
to the becoming appearance of her quiet manner Always
willing to lend a hand.
RICHARD B. TALLARICO
Lively and clever, Rich takes a prize for mischief-making
although he has his quiet moments also . . . Spends much time
working with his trains.
MARY E. TAYLOR
Business Education "Mary"
Her presence hints that mischief is a-brewing Has a
ready smile that is accentuated by her coilfure.
CHESTER A. TECLAW
His unique sense of humor seems to be contagious ... One.
sixth of the tenor section in the choir . .. A strong supporter of
DONNA L. THIMONS
A tingle of excitement, a catchy giggle, and an endless
stream of lively chit-chat best describes Don A lead ma-
LOUIS D. THOMAS
This visible but rarely audible lad chooses football as his
favorite sport Our absent-minded professor.
MITCHELL S. TONEY
The strong, dark, and silent type Mickey gave his best
to our football team Reputation is based on his sincerity.
CAROLE A. TRUSNOVIC
Her infectious laugh brightens life around her A
capable and willing class helper . .. Plans to make teaching a
Possesses a superior ability in math A friendly and
very likeable guy who is always ready with a iolly quip.
Take time to laugh - -it is the music ol the soul.
"Can I order six of these with three of those?"
SAUNDRA A. TUSING
Saun plans to utilize her ability and winning smile by
working with the airlines . . , Interested in photography, sew-
ing, and singing.
HELEN E. VAN TINE
Business Education "Helen"
A smile as engaging as her personality is only one of the
assets with which this charming girl has been endowed.
ROSE ANN VOGEL
Academic "Rose Ann"
Inclustrious and dependable, Rose Ann enjoys a little iest
and is always ready with a laugh Preparing for a career
JOSEPH H. VRUDNY
Rash and redheaded, this lad has friends unlimited
An ardent sportsman who has proved himself on the gridiron
and the hardwood.
LEONARD S. WALKOWIAK
Our romantic 'Football and basketball extraordinaire who
carries a busy schedule Quick with a quip College
DANIEL J. WHALEN
Mischievous in a quiet way Tackles a iob readily
Can't hold him down when he makes up his mind.
MERCEDES M. WILLIAMS
A pleasure-loving Lionette who is always full of vim,
vigor, and go Her ever-generous smile will be an asset in
her nursing career.
A reliable and hardworking supporter of the class ,.. This
little "Miss Pep Appeal" is a iitterbug ace Wore her ma-
jorette uniform proudly.
JOYCE A. YANCOSKY
A newcomer to our halls who won everyone's heart as
the little French girl in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"
Commercial art appeals to her.
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Vice President ....,.,. ..,,.. R . Varesco
Secretary .,..,,..,... ,...,.. ............. V . Tripodi
Treasurer .. ...,..,,.........,...,.... C. Martz
Advisors . ,... Miss Gasper, Mr. Deda
Through the experience that the iunior class
has gained by their varied activities throughout
the year, they have proven themselves capable
of becoming the pilots of the senior class. They
have eagerly looked forward to the day when
they will proudly claim their "wings" and take
full command of the ship. That day is not far dis-
tant although that short space of time represents
a great deal of endeavor and hard work and
earnest effort to "come through" on the final test.
With the helpful guidance of their sponsors,
Miss Gasper and Mr. Joseph Deda, and the jun-
ior class officers, Virginia Tripodi, Peter Juliano,
Carol Martz, and Randy Varesco, the accomplish-
ments of this class were numerous.
This class can be very proud of its presenta-
tion of the iunior class play, "The People vs. Max-
ine Lowe," with an all-star cast. The play was
successfully directed by Miss Mary Ellen Cipolla.
A goal is something you work toward-an
aim that you set for yourself. The junior class
goal was to raise the necessary funds to assure
V. Tripodi, P. Juliana, C. Martz, R. Varesco, Mr. Deda, Miss Gasper
the seniors of an outstanding prom. With the
beginning of football season, once again we wit-
nessed the spirit and enthusiasm of the junior
class students as they worked faithfully during
all of our home games by selling refreshments.
Something new was added as a means of
raising funds. This was the innovation of selling
peanuts during "Peanut Week." This, of course,
was heartily accepted by all.
With the advent of spring, we found the iun-
iors busily preparing for their class dance. Their
efforts were by no means in vain. This was evi-
denced by the large number of students who at-
tended the dance.
May slowly came and the iuniors finally re-
alized the efforts of three years in preparing for
their first real prom. It was a night of mysticism
and sheer delight.
With work completed for the year and the
prom now only a favored memory, the iuniors an-
ticipations are only to await their senior year and
the expectations it will hold.
He who is determined has half his work done
First Row: V. Tripodi, E. Saccardi,
M. Hrivnok, R. Mohney, B. Kestner,
S. Jacobs, C. Davis, M. Moore, M.
Haiel, J. Greb. Second Row: V.
Brzak, J. Corey, V. Dorbritz, P.
Johnston, M. Karluk, C. Collodi, D.
McCall, D. Wilson. Third Row: R.
Solar, C. Picone, D. Guenther, F.
Giunta, R. Alberta, V. Kieszek, L.
Ozepy, P. Solar.
Collecting books at the end of the
school term is always a pleasant
First Row: R. Gallo, A. McClosky, J.
Whalen, J. Coury, N. Stull, N. Fan-
tuzzo, M. Campbell, P. Hollyoake,
G. Beldham. Second Row: J. Gen-
tile, M. Pompellio, B. Antkoviak, C.
Belczyk, J. Lippert, C. Trzeciak, L.
Whetsel. Third Row: J. Acre, B.
McKeever, R. Young, G. Blubaugh,
P. Liput, J. Bowser, B. Condrick, P.
Unites, A. Dangaix.
First Row: J. Grace, R. DeFazio, K.
Barkley, A. Trombetta, L. Crestetto,
P. Baker, L. Becker, J. Batten, F.
Solomond. Second Row: K. Inglese,
F. Craig, R. Croghan, J. Katana, K.
Johnson, L. Conte, N. Capone, M.
Gerheim, A. Bilbie. Third Row: P.
Ciciarelli, F. Rusnock, F. Bata, R.
Becker, M. Tekely, P. Ringus, L. Ru-
binosky, A. Farinelli, L. Calabrese,
First Row: C. Knize, H. Slaugen-
haupl, D. Kedzierski, L, Callas, J.
Abraham, R. Arbuckle. Second Row:
M. Kossick, R. Williams, M. Vida, J.
Overly, R. Pritts, K. Bowman. Third
Row: L. Mazur, W. Widmer, A.
Klingensmifh, A. Olte, J. Costa, E.
First Row: J. Michael, R. Household-
er, R. Such, C. Setllemeyer, H. Mos-
simini, P. Fanfuzzo, C. DeFelice, J.
Painter, M. Slobodnik, J. Butler.
Second Row: F. Frabolfa, T. Ham-
ilton, A. Sams, A. Korowicki, D.
Kunicki, M. Frickanisce, M. A. Sua-
loni, J. Frifzky, W. Huff, P. Juliano.
Third Row: W. Crawford, L. Sier-
adslxi, R. Johnstone, R. Varesco, P.
Lobur, J. McNally, J. Tuleibitz, G.
Haslings, J. Mazza, R. Meyer, N.
DeMao, D. Bishop, G. Reano.
First Row: B. Noel, K. Salyers, G.
Korluk, L, Donali, B. Carmichael, A.
Mohr, J. Como. Second Row: M.
Nealer, B. Bonzani, C, Hanyo, J.
Sergi, A. Palczarski, P. Wardoclip,
J. Bitner, M. Thomas. Third Row:
M. Marino, l. Rebor, L. Fiorina, D.
Gardner, L. Husar, D. Artuso, C.
First Row: Y. Piquard, A. Ryba, A.
Johnslone, V. Londi, K. West, M.
Paprocki, B. Tretlel, P. Tomasik, C.
Preisser, J. Valle. Second Row: P.
Ciciarelli, K. Mele, H. Mele, R. Ro-
meo, D. Huel, B. Naviglia, M. Su-
chor, J. Tutelo, T. Hamilton, K.
O'Shell, H. Slonecheck. Third Row:
J. Marienfeld, F. Holoweckyi, J.
Kafona, D. Molli, J. Picone, M. Har-
acznak, L. Rossi, J. Gabrielli, R. ln-
Pres. T. Forsht gives his fellow ofticers a lecture on the work that lies ahead.
The girls are D. Hanes, D. Tripodi, and P. Papa.
The curtain opened as the scphomores came
on stage to begin the first of three exciting yet
The results of their eFForts were clearly evi-
dent by the number of tenth graders who made
the honor roll and the number that effectively
participated in athletics and extracurricular ac-
tivities. The junior-senior prom which is the high-
light of their junior year has begun to be real-
ized by the success of the Valentine Day candy
sale, the major project of the year.
The annual sophomore dance closed the cur-
tain on a year of varying experiences that pre-
pared the class of T960 for their new and impor-
tant role next year.
President ., . . . T. Forsht
Vice President .. D. Hanes
Secretary , . . D. Tripodi
Treasurer .. .. .. , P. Papa
Advisors Mrs. DeRose, Mr. Gearhart
Getting the debits to equal the credits sometimes calls for
We entered senior high with mixed emotions
Home economics students try some
of their own cooking.
First Row: K. Whalen, J. McGowan,
C. Everett, E. Varesco, K.
Nuttall, J. Stanley, M. Fantuzzo,
V. Pagano, G. Glover, S. Paredes.
Second Row: L. Geraci, R. Gentile,
A. Reese, P. Thomey, G. Filak, E.
Snyder, D. Painter, D. Hanes, K.
Erb, J. Wilhelm, B. Cappello, G. Al-
bert, C. Brzak, C. Orkwis, B. Signor-
ella. Third Row: J. Piecka, D. Po-
well, R. Monteleone, E. Yancosky,
G. Bollinger, T. Pituch, H. Schrack,
R. Bryan, R. Fabian, J. Girardi.
First Row: .l. Uptegraph, L. Hawk,
P. Santoro, G. Hessom, J, Gaydosik,
E, McCoy, P. Such, R. Fraser, C.
Callas, M. Taylor. Second Row: J.
Hunger, M. Zampogna, N. Vagnoz-
zi, P. Papa, L. Watters, P. Wikert, C.
McCall, T. Lothian, R. Debastiani,
J. Mandarino. Third Row: L. Ogur-
chock, P. Kress, D. Tripodi, L. Selel-
yo, D. Tinnemeyer, L. McCollim, R.
Duncan, B. Kitzer, D. Tusing, K.
First Row: T. Forsl-nt, J. Ziemianski,
C. Baiko, S. Kelley, D. Clee, K.
McNuH, M. Jernigan, S. Frederick,
G. McCaskey. Second Row: J. Kus-
lru, W. Rusiewicz, F. Sokal, C.
Swanderski, G. Shpakoft, S. Lutsky,
J. Haddad, J. Buzzinotti. Third
Row: B. Suprano, L. Votguenne, L.
Bagclon, J. Shcumey, R. Daro, R.
Lloyd, A. Medice, K. Rhodes, C.
First Row: B. Bavera, S. Jones, M,
Salvati, K, Malik, K. Biss, M. Mas-
cari, Haracznak, A. Lonfoloni, D.
Murray. Second Row: C. Vivola,
M. Baggetta, P. Knosky, D. Tomay-
ko, J. Reighard, J. Como, V. Berg-
hofer, S. Ross. Third Row: J. Ren-
ock, C. Tinnemeyer, P. Yotz, G.
Smith, G. Salandria, J. Manni, M.
First Row: B. Ponsart, J. McGivem,
C. Gans, S. Bahnak, B. Johnston, S,
Wiclmer, J. Flinn, C. Belczyk, T.
Abraham, L. Helgert. Second Row:
D. Barkley, W, Blair, R. Poscnti, 5.
Reo, F. Vrudny, J. Bruncsak, R. Ha-
jel, E. Turner, J. Rogers, E. Mor-
gante, C. Overly, P. Marra. Third
Row: D. Choltco, D, Stonecheck, D.
Capo, R. Mitra, D. Joseph, R. Law-
rence, G. Mclcuughlin, F. Johns. C.
Rusnok, E. Hickman, J. Roberto, D.
Hrivnak, A. Jefferson, R. Saulle.
First Row: M. Dziadyk, D. Postu-
pack, C. Rocchi, S. Large, E. Tar-
aba, A. Kutzer, E. Oliiar, J. Potoch-
niak, C. Ciancutti, D. Parkhill. Sec-
ond Row: D. House, D. Zawodniak,
F. McCullough, S. Meredith, C.
Dahm, M, Nee, M. Yankov, J. Har-
acznak, C. Netoskie, D. Staricek,
Third Row: G. Lisciarelli, G. Bar-
oni, H. Briggs, R. Ondako, R. Rokvic,
D, Rywak, T. Listek, G. Bahnak, D.
Fiorina, R. Frankoski, J. Echon, R.
Scalpello, J. Klems,
First Row: F. Hess, J. Kamenski, C.
Hawk, G. Ferguson, D, Cox, L. Tal-
mage. Second Row: R. Zimmer'
man, W Blair, J. Mentecky, H.
Brown, B. Rakoczy, R. Luclwiczak,
S. Affanas. Third Row: O. Castor-
ina, C, Apostolides, P. Bobik, A, De-
Palma, J. Garvin, D. Doutt, E.
Seated: G. Brodheud, R. Polsinelli, M. Mele. Sfunding: Mrs, Sipes, J. Olivo, Mr. Gorelia.
President . ,..,. , . R. Polsineili
Vice President . , G. Brodhead
Treasurer .. ., .... , ., . J. Olivo
Secretary , . . M. A. Mele
Advisors Mrs. Sipes, Mr. Gczrellcu
Frosh say, Clear the way, here we come
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First Row: B. Molli, M. A. Bibzo, C.
Beldham, E. Hcrnichclr, T. Adam
czyk, S. Buono, J. Rakoczy. Sec
ond Row: G. Brodhecd, L. Hart, S.
Fcrmery, J. Freeburger, J. Brando
lino. Third Row: F. Kuczkowski, T.
Koessler, R. Fonrmery, A. Enciso, R
Lipperi, J. Richards.
First Row: L. McHenry, C. Asper, E.
Reskewicz, P. DeMao, K. Varesco, J.
Lange. Second Row: A. Jones, R.
Maytan, J. Berczek, A. Corradene,
J. Como, H. Kiley, R. Rataiczak.
Third Row: R. Phillips, G. Oakes, R.
Lemp, W. Yancosky, T. Austin, J.
First Row: J. Shulxis, C. Hunger, M.
Marcinko, S. Hess, U. Zonarich, D.
Schneider, M. Mele, D. Harnish.
Second Row: R. Drzymalu, J. Viet-
to, S. Fedan, P. DeMao, T. Warden,
T. Surniuk. Third Row: R. Boyer, R.
Brosky, P. Ludwiczak, R. Ponchel, P.
Dangax, R. Marflak, R. Stull.
First Row: J. Cappello, M. R. Recno,
J. Soulcheck, K. Bengel, J. Faire, D.
D'Achille, M. Tuleibitz, J. Bianco
L. Berkey, P. Overly. Second Row
C. Malinski, D. Giancola, R. Rus
nock, B. Carey, B. K a s a v o g e
M. A. Scosky, J. Olivo, C. Falco, M
Migliorisi, S. Dowhower, P. Capo
D. Nelson. Third Row: J. Geising
er, R. Pisegno, H. Lyons, G. Carabin
R. Preisendefer, T. Tymoczko, H
Hale, T. Wallace, A. Rich, T. Rupert.
First Row: C, Paluika, M. DeBlasio
D. Trcaenkner, J, Ryba, M. Bozek, C
Haggart. Second Row: D. Proko
pik, E. Williams, A. Pelisari, R. Pol
sinelli, R. Rataiczalc, R. Stapinslci.
Third Row: J. Butler, C. Milsom, D.
Hornan, J. Watters, J. Posteraro, R.
The globe as well as the text
book is used in geography class
Patience is a necessary ingredient ot genius
Looking forward to senior high school with
high hopes, these students endeavor to accom-
plish iust a little more than the class ahead of
them. This could well be the goal set by these
boys and girls.
When school began we found them ever-
ready to begin the new year. They accepted
criticisms graciously and were always striving
The decorations in the halls and on the win-
dows each year at Christmas are just one ex-
ample of the spirit they display. This spirit is
also shown at all of our athletic events. They
are the first to come and the loudest to cheer.
We have great hopes and aspirations for
these seniors of tomorrow.
Budding scientists learn eternal
truths from Mr. M. Peretti.
Worlc, and success will come
First Row: H. Gutknecht, D. Domat,
R. Ramsey, V. DeVore, G. Bliss, E
Koessler. Second Row: D. lsaac,
E. Jason, D. Fischer, D. Cornmesser,
P. Hart, M. Kozer, J. Posati, W
Ream, R. Pituch. Third Row: G
Santucci, R. Shimek, T. Elliott, J
Anzaldi, A. Abel, J. Tusing, R. Na
viglia, P. Pozel.
First Row: N. Schneider, F. Gabrish
G. Pugliese, J. Lloyd, J. Sacriponte,
S. Vassar, B. Bish, D. Mahan, C
Pontremoli. Second Row: M. Co
wen, C. Berz, K. Massola, R. Rocchi
S. Ogurkis, J. Abbott, A. Pozel, K
Greb, C. Crawford, K. Mentecky
Third Row: L. Corchia, D. Shaw, M.
Salvay, R. Barbiaux, L. Licanto, A
Lanfaloni, R. Renock, R. Burkett.
First Row: M. Reighard, K. Timko
P. Marcantonio, L. Mitchell, D. Rob
erts, C. Stewart, M. Vagnozzi, S
Ogurchock. Second Row: D. Stan
ko, J, Galie, D. Jones, A. Timmer
berg, D. Fisher, F. Kanaan, R. Jan
cek, D. D'Achille. Third Row: J
Ceraso, J. Thomas, P. Gavasto, B.
Starr, A. Brink, J. Goins, K. Baker
A. Marsh, F. Beattie.
There are no gains without pains
First Row: L. Chipoletii, E. Fiorina,
R. Sanesi, D. Migliore, G. DiPrinzio,
D. Wypiski, C. Sams, B. Barfo, C.
Harrell, S.Karluk, S. Berkoben.
Second Row: C. Naples, T. Hume-
niuk, E. Rubinosky, C. Enciso, F.
Culvono, J. Alberia, R. Petitto, J.
Mohan, J. Hessom, T. Anzaldi, S.
Kiriluk, L. Hixenbaugh, L. Kiriluk.
Third Row: R. Smith, R. Frabotta,
M. Sl-ipakoff, D. Groziono, T. Van
Horne, C. Mele, R. Isaac, H. Klin-
gensmilh, L. DeRose, J. Pulocl-nik, R.
Prescott, G. Colaianni.
First Row: D. Jones, S. Solids, K.
Sfcpinski, P. Dawson, K. Defassio,
L. Marino, G. Cernicky, R. Jones.
Second Row: B. Scosky, B. Stenger,
P. Costello, S. Clee, R. Rusiewicz, L.
Rearick, J. Grayson, S. Haggarl.
Third Row: R. Landis, F. Gentile, J.
Bielufa, R. Parry, K. Starr, E. Bra-
mini, G. Devore.
Firsi Row: J. Borrelli, R. Snyder, J.
Whalen, M. O'Shell, S. Paul, D.
Champainy, L. Haggarl, B. Gardner,
E. Klein, J. Rocchi. Second Row: M.
Powell, J. Pleva, J. Marflak, C.
Koczkowski, P. Ficca, C. Provenzano,
M. Shamey, C. Romifo. Third Row:
C. Caporali, F. Caruso, A. Sinegal,
B. Becker, H. Hill, J. Olle, G. Heck-
er, D. Leah, H. Galarish.
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Kneeling: S. Lucerne, L. Evans, D. Wilson, M. Karluk, M. Nee. Sewing: V. Tripodi, S. Jacobs, M. Wypiski
J. Hanes, M. Anuskiewicz, Back Row: J. Miller, S. Johns, Mr. F. Pallone, Advisory K. McCracken, A. DePclmc
The Arlion, the story of our happy high school days
Conference among the chiefs and advisor,
Associate Editors . . L. Evans,
Literary Staff , .. , ,. . S. Johns,
K. McCracken, J. Hanes
Business Managers , , J. Miller,
M. Karluk, D. Wilson, M. Nee, S.
Jacobs, A. DePalma
Typists . .. M. Wypiski,
V. Tripodi, M. Anuskiewicz
Advisor . , Mr. F. Pallone
"Here's what we'lI do . . ."
Each year the choosing of a theme and
the development of that idea into a finished
book becomes a more exciting and exacting
project than it was the year before. The
1958 Arlion Staff has found this year to be
no exception. Aside from the choosing of
a theme and a color for the Arlion, many
other factors must be taken into considera-
tion. First comes the task of soliciting for
ads and patrons which is done early in the
school year. Another important factor
needed to produce an excellent yearbook
is good pictures. From the many pictures
that were taken this year, the best quality
pictures were chosen with the intent to fea-
ture as many ditiferent students as possible.
This year the Arlion Staff has written an in-
dividual write-up for each of the many
clubs and organizations in addition to many
carefully prepared senior write-ups. They
are proud of the fact that the number of
subscribers to the Arlion this year far sur-
passed those of any other year. The Arlion
Staff has vividly portrayed many treasured
memories of our high school years in hopes
that it will help you to relive these memories
many, many times.
Stretching the dollar to meet the budget.
First Row: P. Papa, M. Wypiski, P. Pallone, D. Stefanini, K. Lopushinsky, C. Jarczynski, J. Anchors. Second Row:
R Dominici, B. Tusing, K. McCracken, J. Miller, S. Johns, C. Teclciw. Third Row: P. Bengel, A, DePalma, G. Rich-
ards P. Hess, C. Szoch, l.. Colaianni, P. Peltz, B. lamendola.
Success lies in personal achievement
The members of the National Honor So-
ciety are looked upon as the "cream of the
crop." These students must possess leader-
ship, tine character, service, and most of all,
scholarship. Although anyone in the upper
third of his respective class may be selected,
only T5 per cent of the graduating class are
eligible for membership. A member ofthe
National Honor Society not only gains the
honor and recognition of being a member
but also has the eligibility for pursuing his
education to college. The aim of the so-
ciety is to create a desire among the stu-
dents in becoming better persons by setting
their ideals high.
Chick discusses campus events with Judy and Sue.
First Row: V. Tripodi, S. Johns,
B. Tusing, K. Malick, P. Papa, P.
Papa, J. Valle, T. Frederick, C.
Preisser. Second Row: J. Mil-
ler, M. Frickanisce, H. Massimini,
A. Dangaix, L. Conte, J. Ser-
gi, T. Sams, D. House. Third
Row: J. Mazzei, M. Kossick, T.
Nealer, C. Szoch, H. Preissen-
er J Marra E rant
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The ability to rule oneself is essential for dent Council members shareagreat responsibility
good citizenship in America. This experience of in upholding this loyalty and respect, working to
government sharing is given to us in school attain a proper attitude between faculty and stu-
"Discipline," as Abraham Lincoln said, "is a re- dents.
spect for a loyalty to constituted authority." Stu-
First Row: J. Bargerstock, M.
Williams, J. Imm, J. Whalen
Mrs. Ursic, Advisor, C. Molchan
M. Wypiski, J. Wilhelm, C. Cian
cutti. Second Row: S. Widmer
C. Belczyk, D. Postupack, A
Kutzer, P. Unites, C. Netoskie, J
Stuck, D. Tripodi, J. Gaydosik
Third Row: J. Katona, R. Lloyd
A. Shukis, L. Walkowiak, R. Tal
larico, D. Ogurkis, F. Sokol.
The Broadcaster is our official school organ.
lt is rnade possible through the efforts of the jour-
nalism class and the able supervision of Mrs.
The aim of this publication is to facilitate
and foster the interest of the students in all mat-
ters pertinent to school life as existing at Arnold
The members of the staff, realizing that this
publication represents only a small segment of
the journalism field, work very hard to make the
paper an outstanding one.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
First Row: Miss Cipolla, Advisor, N, Borrelli, D. Pallone, J. Yancosky, R. Makara, R. Cianflone. Second
Row: E. Tusing, P. Papa, P. Pallone, D. Stefanini, J. Nelson, D. Leach, C. Jarczynski, S. Smith. Third Row:
P. Bianco, J. Mazzei, J. Acopine, A. Corey.
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" is a
story of Cornelia and Emily who wanted to be
completely independent during their trip to Eur-
ope. They become involved with measles, a
stow-away, an exploding gas meter, and a
French actor during the voyage and tour abroad.
Cornelia was portrayed by Phyllis Papa,
and Emily, by Jacqueline Nelson. Mr. and Mrs.
Skinner were played by Arthur Corey and Donna
Rae Leach. The medical students were Nick Bor-
elli and Philip Bianco.
The play was under the direction of Miss
Mary Ellen Cipolla.
I still can't see an thin .
The seniors present "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay"
First Row: T. Sams, A. Korowicki, C. DeFelice, B. Trettel, C. Preisser, M, Slobodnik. Second Row: R. DeFazio F Gulnta D Molli
R. Alberta, J. Tuleibitz, J. Corey. Third Row: L. Rossi, M. Suchar, N. DeMao, L. Calabrese, F. Craig, J Picone
"The People. . .versus
Ed Brushett, Evening Tab Reporter
Frances Marston, Daily Log Reporter
Will Bond, Court Clerk
The Honorable John Weston, Judge
Jessalyn Meredith, Assistant to
Warren Cass, State's Attorney
James Hathaway, Attorney for
Maxine Lowe, the Defendant
Alice Jackson, the Prison Matron
Carl Leslie, Court Reporter
Dr. Frederick Milgrim, Medical
Thomas Quinn, Police Captain
Vincent Barclay, Hotel Manager
Minnie Strausson, a Maid
Eve Viionne, Entertainer
Irene Holt, a Policewoman
Rose Malone, Waitress
Sarah Lorrison, Surprise Witness
Rose De Fazio
Members of the Jury Lois Becker, Gary Blubaugh,
Donald Bishop, Joyce Como, Lorraine Donati,
Anthony Farinelli, Geral
Landi, Henrietta Massa
dine Karluk, Virginia
mini, Myrna Moore,
Karen Barkley, Mary Ann Suatoni,
Beverley Kestner, Joyce Greb, Carolyn
Collodi, Karen Johnson, Janice Katana
vnak, Ann Trombetta
A scene from "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay."
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They gather together for experience and recreation
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The Future Teachers of America were organ-
ized in 1956. The two main purposes are to
learn about the teaching profession, its opportuni-
ties, and its responsibilities, and to explore our
own interests and abilities in the various fields of
The members helped in the elementary
school by taking over classes and assisting teach-
ers in the preparation of school programs.
This year they have oFfered more help to the
teachers and raised enough money to offer a
scholarship to a deserving student who intends to
enter the teaching profession.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Under the direction of Miss Strittmatter and
Mrs. Ventura, the Future Homemakers of America
aimed at developing a better homemaker for to-
morrow. By inviting various speakers to come
and lecture, the organization promoted a grow-
ing appreciation of the ioys and satisfactions of
homemaking. To work for good home and fam-
ily life for all, to provide wholesome individual
and group recreation, and to further the interest
of home economics are the purposes of the Fu-
ture Homemakers of America. "Toward New
Horizons", the motto adopted by the club, is tit-
ting and appropriate.
Rebur, M. Thomas.
First Row: B. Kestner, R. House
X' holder, L. Donati, B, Tusing, R A
Vogel, K. Barkley, J. McGivern B
Signorella. Second Row: J. An
chars, E. Colesar, L. Conte, D Thi
mons, Miss Cribbs, Advisor M
Nee, C. Dahm, F. McCullough J
Fritzky. Third Row: D. Ogurlus K
Johnson, L. McCollim, J. Acre B
Saslca, L. Crestetto, A. Johnstone
First Row: L. Haracznak, G Bar
gerstock, B. Carmichael, A. Mohr J
Bitner, K. Salyers, G. Korluk P
Wardoclip. Second Row: B. Noel
R. Such, H. VanTine, G. Smith L
Evans, A. Trombetta, S. Caporali J
Valli, C. Tinnemeyer, D. Artuso M
Nealer. Third Row: V. Berghopher
P. Yotz, P. Knosky, J. Manni, Miss
Alice Strittmatter, Advisor, G Sal
andria, J. Fritzky, M. Turner M
Glauser, R. Householder. Fourth
Row: L. Donati, M. Marino, L Flor
ina, D. Gardner, B. Bonzani, J Ser
gi, C. Hanyo, C. Martz, L. Husar I
They work, plan, experiment, and travel in groups
Contrary to the thought of some, the Key
Club is not organized to build future Kiwanians.
The real reason for the Key Club is service. Only
incidentally is the Key Club an honorary society,
although it is an honor to belong. Only inci-
dentally is it a luncheon club or a social organi-
zation, although meals are eaten at meetings and
good fellowship always reigns.
Through unselfish service to the school and
community, the Key Club provides experience for
young men in living and working together and
prepares them for the useful, aggressive type of
citizenship so necessary to the health of our grow-
Nearly every family experiences an illness or
injury at sometime. Much of the worry and con-
fusion that often results can be reduced if some
member of the family has the knowledge and
skill required to give simple home nursing care to
the sick or injured person. Mrs. Tannas, our
school nurse, has this thought in mind each year
as she prepares a home nursing course for our
students. This course not only provides a better
understanding of the special care of the sick but
also prepares the student for the time when she
will be a homemaker.
First Row: P. Juliano, F. Frabotta,
N. Borrelli, G. Reano, D. Capo, P.
Marra, W. Huff, R. Posati. Second
Row: J. Chickowski, R. Frankoski,
R. Cianflone, F. Giunta, Mr. Haiel,
advisor, J. Mazza, L. Turco, G.
Richards, A. Farinelli. Third Row:
P, Peltz, A. Ansani, L. Sieradski, C.
Szcch, P. Hess, R. Preissendefer, P.
Liput, J. Runco, J. Murra, L. Colai-
anni, R. Varesco.
Front Row: P. Such, P. Wikert, S.
Jones, K. Miller. Buck Row: D.
Milsom, C. Rocchi, Mrs. Tannas,
Advisor, C. Vivola, P. Rataiczak, K.
First Row: R. M. Pugliese, P. Toma-
sik, M. Jernigan, V. Tripodi, M.
Haiel, J. Whalen, D. Wilson, R. Fra-
ser, G. Belclham. Second Row: R.
M. Gentile, K. Erb, K. McNutt, P.
Hollyoake, M. Karluk, Mr. Galli, Ad-
visor, C. Trzeciak, D. McCall, B.
Condrick, S. Frederick. Third Row:
N. Stull, L. Whetsel, P. Unites, G.
Filak, J. Flinn, B. Trettel, J. Ziemian.
ski, J. Yancosky.
First Row: D. Parkhill, P. Fantuzzo
D. Staricek, C. Ciancutti, J. Butler
D. Saccardi. Second Row: D. Bis
hop, R. Meyer, P. Lobur, Mr. Klein
Advisor: P. Guber, F. Craig, N
DeMao. Third Row: W. Crawford
J. Picone, J. McNally, T. Listek, J
Reo, A. DePalma.
..and together they render service to others
Under the guidance of Mr. Louis Galli, the
library club endeavors to create a curiosity in
books and to work individually with students to
help provide them with the necessary materials
They are taught the skills of filing and typing
cards and preparing books for circulation. Inter-
est and enthusiasm are created by these young
librarians in their artistic bulletin board displays.
"There is no frigate like a book to take us
lands away, nor any coursers like a page of
prancing poetry" can well be the motto of this
J UNIOR HISTORIANS
The Junior Historians is an organization de-
voted to the purpose of better acquainting those
members belonging to it with the history of the
state of Pennsylvania.
This organization has been sponsored by
Mr. Milton Klein since its inception. They met
each week during the activity period at which
time panel discussions were held relating to
Pennsylvania history. Nick DeMao was elected
president, Pete Lobur, Vice-President, Bill Craw-
ford, Secretary and Treasurer.
J. C. C.
First Row: S. Jacobs, J. Coury, M
Pompellio, M. Hrivnak, B. McKeever
N. Fantuzzo. Second Row: M.
Zampogna, M. Taylor, G. Albert,
K. Whalen, J. Renock, J. Stanley, G
Hessom, J. Gaydosik, D. Parkhill, L.
Haracznak. Third Row: B. Antko-
viok, J. Reighard, A. Lanfaloni, P.
Santoro, D. Tripodi, D. Tomayko,
Mrs. Batiste, Advisor, M. Fantuzzo
R. Deluca, P. Such, N. Vagnozzi
M. Salvati, V. Brzok. Fourth Row
A. Reese, E. Snyder, C. McCall, V,
Berghofer, P. Knosky, J. Mandarino,
J. Wilhelm, D. Tusing, L. Selelyo, J
Manni, L. Watters, P. Wikert, N
J. C. C.
First Row: G. Karluk, J. Whalen, B.
Kestner, B. Carmichael, A. Mohr, J
Lippert, V. Dorbritz, J. Bitner, D. Ar-
tuso, E. Saccardi. Second Row: C
Belczyk, D. Wilson, A. Palczarski,
J. Gentile, P. Unites, P. Johnston, D.
Stefanini, A. Prokopik, R. Mohney,
R. Pugliese, J. Greb. Third Row: G
Beldl-iam, L. Whetsel, P. Hollyoake,
P. Wardoclip, D. McColl, C. Trze
ciak, D. Saccardi, Mrs. liatiste, Ad
visor, M. Taylor, M. Jones, Y. Rom
pietti, P. Papa, S. Mohney, J. Sin
gleton. Fourth Row: M. Moore, C.
Davis, C. Hanyo, B. Bonzani, M.
Marino, S. Caporali, P. Rataiczak,
D. Gardner, L. Husar, C. Martz, M.
Thomas, R. Soulcheck, H. VanTine,
The Junior Chamber of Commerce is an or-
ganization that fosters on interest in business. The
membership is composed of senior high school
girls in the commercial course. Under the leader-
ship of Mrs. John Batiste, the club met every third
Monday evening of the month. The primary pur-
pose for having the evening meetings was to en-
able the program committees to provide the girls
with speakers. These guests were usually prom-
inent businessmen or women whose interest in
young people permitted them to give helpful ad-
vice to future secretaries. Among the speakers
contacted for the year were: Personnel directors
from the Aluminum Research Laboratory and the
Alcoa Plant, members of the New Kensington
Chamber of Commerce, National Secretaries As-
sociation, and the Arnold Businessmen's Associa-
tion, a banker, and a credit association president.
They also held a form discussion with a few com-
mercial graduates answering questions which
would be helpful to the girls in their future jobs.
The Junior Chamber of Commerce gives an an-
nual award tothe outstanding commercial senior
at the awards assembly at commencement time.
Also, the Junior Chamber of Commerce in co-
operation with the student council purchased the
typing award pins. The T957-58 J. C. C. is under
the guidance of Phyllis Papa, President, Darlene
Artuso, Vice-President, Edythe Synder, Secretary,
and Yvonne Rompetti, Treasurer.
Better to do it than wish it done
No one knows what he can do till he tries.
The Football Club, sponsored by Mr. Martin,
is comprised of the members of the football team.
This club endeavors to supplement training
on the field by classroom instruction. They met
once a week at which time they were taught the
necessary fundamentals and nomenclature of the
game. Movies taken of the team in action were
also shown. All these aided the team in its per-
formance and taught each player how to protect
himself against possible injury.
The club also manned the refreshment stands
at all home basketball games in order to raise
money to provide them with iackets, and other
J UNIOR TRI-HI-Y
The Junior Tri-Hi-Y, which has been organ-
ized for only three years, has been under the
sponsorship of Miss Inez Wallis and Mrs. Ruth
The club's two most important projects to
date have been food collections for needy fam-
ilies and a very sizeable pecuniary contribution
toward the purchase of a lighted bulletin board
for the Junior High School.
The girls looked forward this spring to hon-
oring their mothers at an afternoon tea and to
the exciting prospect of attending the Officer's
Training Conference at Grove City College for
three days in June.
First Row: H. Mele, M. Toney, F.
Solomond, R. Moresi, R. Solar, H.
Schrack, R. Inglese, D. Powell, J.
ond Row: B. Rakoczy, B. Suprano,
O. Castorina, L. Calabrese, T. Palai-
ka, J. Hess, T. Papik, Mr. Martin,
Advisor, E. Morgante, D. Costanza,
J. Chickowski, C. Swanderski, H.
Briggs, J. Mazza, S. Reo. Third
Row: T. Pituch, F. Monteleone, K.
Bowman, K. lnglese, D. Pallone, A.
Ansani, L. Walkowiak, J. Runco, J.
Tuleibitz, R. Lloyd, R. Alberta, J.
Marra, L. Rubinosky.
First Row: B. Molli, M. R. Reano,
M. A. Mele, C. Beldham, M. Bozek,
J. Faire, L. Hart, D. Harnish, L. Ber-
key. Second Row: J. Olivo, S. Bu-
ono, B. Kasavage, D. Giancola, P.
Capo, M. Migliorisi, K. Bengel, J.
Bianco, S. Dowhower. Third Row:
S. Farmery, P. DeMao, R. Rusnock,
Buzzinotti, J. Klems, K. Mele. Sec-
C. Falco, M. Marcinko, C. Palaika,
M. A. Scosky, K. Varesco, P. Overly,
First Row: J. Nelson, P. Salandria
V. Fagano, K. Biss, J. Michael, J
Caruso, T. Frederick, A. McClosky, K
R. DeFazio, R. Gallo. Second Row:
D, Postupack, P. Papa, C. McCall
J. Manderino, P. Papa, H. Massi
mini, M. Hrivnak, J. Como, B. Tus
ing, B. Bavera. Third Row: S. Tus
ing, S. Lucerne, D. Stefanini, J. Mil
ler, J. lmm, P. Pallone, A. Prokopik,
L. Muir, J. Potochniak, J. Hunger.
Service, key word to success of this club
"To build a better world, Ready and willing
I must be, In the place, where life doth find me,
Holding fast-Yet pushing on into glorious ad-
venture, You-and I--and God." The Tri-Hi-Y's
Motto is one which should not only be recognized
by its members but also by every high school stu-
dent in the country.
The Tri-Hi-Y has accomplished many service
proiects throughout the year. A few of these
were preparing attractive Thanksgiving baskets
of food for needy families and baby-sitting for
the mothers who attended the parent-teachers
Students filled the gym for an unusual event
held by the Tri-Hi-Y called Basketbrawl. This was
a game of basketball played between the Tri-Hi-Y
girls and the boys. Half of the game, girls' rules
were used, and half was played with boys' rules.
The girl players had telephone numbers on the
backs of their ierseys while the boys wore boxing
gloves to even the handicap.
Their biggest money-making activity was the
annual Tri-Hi-Y formal, "Rhapsody ln Blue."
In honoring the Mothers, the Tri-Hi-Y girls
gave a Mother and Daughter Tea. The guest
speaker, Miss Dawson, gave an interesting talk
on Europe with the aid of slides.
B. Naviglia, C. Preisser, M. Wi
liams, D. Hastings. Third Row:
First Row: S, Widmer, B, L. Johns
ton, J. Gentile, M. Deluca, R. Debas
tiani, S. Bahnak, C. DeFelice, D. Ku
nicki, K. Belczyk, C. Belczyk. Sec
ond Row: L. Becker, D. Thimons, M
Dziadyk, J, Haracznak, A, Dangaix
Miss Cipolla, Advisory K. Barkley
Pfeil, M. Yankov, D. R. Leach, A
Korowicki, T. Sams, C. Jarczynski
J. Applegate, J. Paulenda, V. Land:
M. Suatoni, M. Frickanisce, L. Conte
SENIOR AND JUNIOR CHOIR
First Row: C. Ciancutti, T. Frederick, M. Wypiski, B. Tusing, R. DeFazio, J. Hanes, R. Such, J. Greb. Second Row: S. Tusing, L.
Evans, S. Lucerne, S. Johns, H. Massimini, V. Dorbritz, M. Slobodnik, L. Conte, A. Dangaix, D. Kunicki, D. Stefanini, P. Pallone,
E. Prokopik, M. Haiel. Third Row: L. Muir, K. Barclay, J. Butler, B. Naviglia, M, A. Suatoni, D. Thimons, E. M. Singleton, A.
Ryba, D. R. Leach, K. Lopushinsky, M. A. Frickanisce, J. Painter, M. Campbell Fourth Row: W. Huff, A. Bilbie, J. Chickowski,
J. Mazza, P. Peltz, P. Lobur, R. Kriedler, K. Confer, B. Crawford, C. Szoch, J. Grzybek, R. Fisher, M. Sartori, C. Teclaw, T. Ham-
ilton, R. Makora, T. Klimashko.
The voices of this combined group of boys
and girls were joined in one ofthe most enioyable
events of the year "The Allegheny Valley Choral
Festival." The festival is a grouping ofthe choral
groups of the various schools in the immediate
area, and each year the affair is rotated to one
ofthe participating schools.
Another highlight of the choir is their annual
Christmas program. Their voices echoed through-
out the halls ofthe school in a program of Christ-
Under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Marin-
ucci this group has been very successful in devel-
oping an appreciation of fine group singing.
Those having unusual musical ability are given
many opportunities to perform.
Mrs. Marinucci is at the keyboard as she rehearses choir
Our male song birds await their cue. members.
To sing in a choir is to enioy living among others
The Junior High Glee Club is also under the
direction of Mrs. Marinucci. They can be heard
practicing diligently any day of the week. Their
efforts have not gone unrewarded, however, for
when we heard them entertain at the Western
District Chorus we were extremely proud to claim
them as our own.
This group along with the Junior High Band
also gave a successful concert during the year.
Upon the conclusion of another school year,
we hope that the forthcoming season will pro-
duce members of equal talents, cooperativeness,
First Row: L. Hawk, T. Lothian, K. Biss, L. Haracznak, L. Geraci, M. Zampogna, M. R. DeLucu, J. Hunger, J. Flinn, J. Como, V. Pagano
Second Row: S. Paredes, R. M. DeBastiani, B. Cappella, A. Kutzer, D. Postupack, D. House, S. Bahnak, M. Dziadyk. E. Taraba, J. Potoch
nick, N. Vagnozzi, P. Papa, C. Belczyk. Third Row: P. Santoro, P. Knosky, J. Haracznak, C. Brzak, M. A. Yankov, D. Hanes, P. Wikert, B
Kitzer, D. Painter, J. Reighard, M. Baggetta, J. McGowan. Fourth Row: T. Forsht, G. McLaughlin, D. Joseph, C. Swanderski, H. Briggs, R
Hajel, G. Bahnak, R. Frankoski, G. Shpako , R. Fabian, C. Roberts, L. Votquenne, R. Monteleone.
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR
First Row: P. Capo, P. Overley, R. Rocchi, D. Giancola, C. Sams, R. Sanesi, J. Palochik, T. Humeniuck, J. Soulcheck, D. Wypiski, S. Kar
Iuk, C. Naptes, L. Chipoletti, N. Schneider, M. R .Reano, J. Cappello, S. Berkoben. Second Row: B. Bish, J. Bianco, J. Lloyd, J. Sacri
ponte, M. Cowen, B. Barto, D. Migliore, S. J. Vassar, K. Mentecky, C. Berz, S. Ogurkis, B. Carey, A. Pozel, J. Abbot, D. Shaw, F. Gabrish
Third Row: R. Burkett, M. Salvay, D. Mahan, G. Pugliese, K. Massola, C. Crawford, M. Migliorisi, M. A. Scosky, P. Tuleibitz, S. Dow
hower, J. Faire, L. Bengel, R. Rusnak, C. Falco, J. Olivo, D. D'AchilIe, B. Kasavage, K. Greb, L. Berkey. Fourth Row: R. Barbiaux, T. Ru
pert, C. Malinski, A. Lanfaloni, L. Locanto, L. Corchia, G. Carabin, H. Hale, D. Nelson, T. Tymoczko, R. Preisendefer, T. Wallace, A. Rich
R Pisigna, J. Geisinger, G. DiPrenzio.
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First Row: M. Wypiski, L. Evans, R, Snyder, S. Lucerne, M. Karluk, D. Thimons. Second Row: A. Mohr, J. Como, C. Preisser
M- A- Fl'iCl4C1niSCS, -l. Butler, M. A. Yankov, S. Kelly, M. Williams, P. Salandria, P. Hollyoake, J. Hanes, B. Signorella. Third Row
R. DeBastioni, M. A. Suatoni, L. Conte, C. Dahm, M. Nee, P. Unites, C. Hanyo, L. McCollim, E. Turaba, L. Whetsel, D. Wilson
Our leads conduct a dress inspection.
The maestro bears down.
A gridiron has all the glamour of Broad-
way. Of course, the fans bear little resem-
blance to the theater first-nighters. But
when a brightly-dressed high school band
appears on the field at half-time, there will
be a show. And if it's the Arnold High
School band of musicians led by 30 pert ma-
iorettes, its bound to be ci production.
Our maiorettes performed with near-
protessional ability. This, however, was
accomplished with long hours of training
which had its beginning at Mt. Union Col-
lege in Alliance, Ohio. The band and maior-
ettes had the entire facilities of the school
at their disposal for one week. Needless to
say the week ended only too soon.
The student body of Arnold is proud of
the maiorettes and hopes they continue to
The illusion was perfect for Arnold's
Decorations in the gymnasium trans-
ported the dancers to Hawaii where palm
trees, exotic flowers, grass huts and beach
scenes created a tropical atmosphere.
The evening began as the cruise ship
docked at the Hawaiian Islands. As the
pretty girls and their escorts stepped from
the gangplank, they entered a canopy of
blue streamers, entry way to a fascinating
Everybody agreed, as a typical Ha-
waiian feast was served later and as sou-
venir leis were placed about the guests'
necks, that this was a prom to remember
There was a grand promenade ancl the
"outbound ship" left at 2 A. M. to cries of
Chairmen for the event were L. Cola-
ianni and B. Tusing and decorating com-
mittee chairmen were P. Hess and C. Jar-
Miss A. Strittmatter and Mr. R. Bender
were faculty sponsors.
Voyagers are greeted as they disembark from the
"Queen of Hawaii."
"Remember when the thought
of visiting Hawaii was just a
dream . . ."
Mr. Hollick, Mr. Saulle, Mrs.
Saulle, Mrs, Tannas, Mrs.
Hollick enioy a little chat.
Papaya and beautiful girls attract ca throng to this native hut.
This was the night we went overboard
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seem io agree with the oufsiretched
arms of The
officials that this is c
Al Ansani churns past teammates who
"Reach for that ball'
This section of our book deals with the
sturdy athletes of our football, basketball
and baseball teams. It attempts to pay due
honor to their Herculean accomplishments
and the yeomen service which they have
rendered in attaining such enviable ath-
letic records. Our Orange and Blue have
continued and enhanced the outstanding
records set by their predecessors.
The Lions of 1957 were a history-making
grid machine. This year marked the first time
our squad has ever captured the Allegheny Val-
ley Football Conference Championship, not to
mention its outstanding won-lost record.
Besides winning the conference title, the
Lions accumulated eight wins in one season, a
feat never before accomplished. Only a loss to
Freeport marred a perfect season.
It was the first full year as head mentor for
Coach Frank Martin, who was assisted by Mr. Ro-
mito, Mr. Peretti, and Mr. Haiel. Mr. Martin was
the unanimous choice of the Dispatch sports staff
as Class A "Coach ofthe Year." John Runco, John
Marra, Al Ansani, and Bob Moresi were selected
on the Dispatch all-star team.
This year graduation will clean the bench
of T6 senior gridders. Leaving Arnold will be Al
Ansani, Dom Pallone, Jim Chickowski, John Run-
co, John Marra, Bob Moresi, Paul Bengel, Mitchell
Toney, Jack Hess, Roy Stearman, Len Walkowiak,
Joe Vrudny, Richard Greco, Dom Costanza, Frank
Monteleone, and Bob Bengel.
We take our hats of? to the T957 edition of
the Arnold Lions, the coaching staH, and its loyal
fans for an outstanding season.
Mr. Martin, Mr. Romito, Mr. Peretti, Mr. Haiel
Arnold... .. .... 19 Plum . .. .
Arnold... . . ..,.. 13 West Deer . . . .. ..
Arnold 7 Freeport. . . . ....3i
Arnold... .. . .... T4 Tarentum , .
Arnold .. .. ..... 20 Hampton . .
Arnold .. .23 Leechburg .,... ...., . ..,.'I4
Arnold ..... . .... 33 North Huntington .. M12
Arnold ...... ......, 1 9 Springdale , . .. , ,
Arnold.. . .. . 16 Oakmont . . .
Bob Moresi was on the spot to scoop up Al Ansani's fumble in the end zone for ArnoId's first touchdown
of the year.
First Row: R. Varesco, Mgr.p R. Moresi, J. Mazza, H. Mele, J. Vrudny, D. Costanza, R. Solar, R. Bengel, L. Colaianni, Mgr. Sec-
ond Row: Coach F. Martin, J. Chickowski, J. Hess, M. Toney, D, Pallone, J. Marra, R. Stearman, F. Giunta, F. Solomond, K.
Mele, Mr. W. Sakaluk, Equip. Mgr. Third Row: R. Greco, R. Alberta, L. Rubinosky, P. Bengel, J. Runco, L. Walkowiak, A. An-
sani, K. Inglese, K. Bowman, R. Romito, Asst. Coach.
Our Lions make history with an eight and one record.
The geom was iusfly rewarded for its "Stubbs" Toney ties Ken Inglese's shoulder pad strings as they
outstanding accomplishments. Our School Pfepofe fo' on C'l'e"'oo" of d'lll5'
Board saw fit to honor the "gridders" with
a time dinner. The Quarterback Club spon-
sored a huge presentation banquet in which
the players were teted, and each player
received a football jacket. The most out-
standing honor, however, was the presen-
tation of a trophy which designated Arnold
as the winner ofthe Allegheny Valley Con-
ference. This award was presented by the
Valley Daily News.
Mr. Frank Martin
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F. Mon1elecne P. Bengel
Moresi M. Toney R. Sieorman R. Greco L. Wulkowick D. Pollone
Ansani D. COSfCf1ZG J. Vrudny J. Morro
Bengel J. Runco J. Hess J. Chickowski
Vrudny and Inglese team up to bring a Plum Twp.
player to earth. Marra and Walkowiak arrive to
give additional assistance.
Knowledge gained by practice proves to be invaluable.
The future of the Arnold High School football
team is dependent upon the development of a
strong iunior varsity squad.
Our junior varsity team is handicapped by
the absence of a iunior high football team here
at Arnold. The job of training this group there-
fore becomes much more difficult.
Each day this eager group could be seen
practicing the fundamentals of the game. Occa-
sional scrimmages with the varsity enabled them
to gain valuable experience.
The team played Springdale and Freeport
and although they were not successful, they cer-
tainly showed great improvement.
Mr. Peretti and Mr. Haiel have done an ex-
cellent iob in developing Arnold's future gridiron
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
First Row: R. Stull, Mgr., R. Burkett, T, Forsht. Second Row: J. Girardi, P. DeMao, R. Polsinelli, E. Morgante, R. Monteleone,
C. Picone, J. Klems, C. Overly, J. Buzzinotti, R. Posati. Third Row: J. Vietto, T. Warden, E. Williams, E. Hickman, B. Rakoczy, C.
Swanderski, F. Kaczkowski, H. Briggs, O. Castorina, C. Rusnock, L. Calabrese. Fourth Row: Mr. W. Haiel, Coach, R. Inglese,
J. Posteraro, B. Suprano, R. Farmery, R. Lloyd, L. Thomas, S. Reo, J. Tuleibitz, T, Pituch, H. Schrack, Mr. M. Peretti, Coach.
IIII Don't let him have it!!
ch for that ba ..
A H S Opp.
Swissvale . .
. Butler .,
Mr. l. F. McGuire
Our cagers displayed true
teamwork and sportsmanship
s I '
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C. Snyder C. Szoch L. Wcxlkowiuk
R. Lamendolo A. Ansoni J. Runco, Mgr.
Basketball program highlights year's sports activities
JUNIOR vARslrY scones Jumon HIGH scones
A H s OPP- A.H.s. Opp
Tarentum . ., . .
. .. Swissvale ........... ....s, . ,
., Wilkinslourg ...... ,.,.... .
.. Freeport ...... ,...,.. .
Central Catholic . ......,.. .
Vandergrift .....,.,. . ,.s. .
New Kensington .. ,..... ..
.. . Kittanning .. ,.
. .. Ford City ,..... ...... . .
Butler ........... .,..,, . ,
. Beaver Falls .,... . ,, ,
.. Springdale ..,. ....... .
., Vandergrift .
New Kensington .. .. ..
. ., Kittanning .,..... . .....
...Har Brack ,..,,. ..,.. , .
Ford City .
. . Butler
First Row: E. Hickman, N. De-
Mao, E. Yancasky, D. Rywak
Second Row: R. Posati, Mgr.
A, Jelterson, F. Vrudny, B. Daro,
G. Bollinger, D. Joseph, Mr. Ter-
First Row: J. Como, T. Sarniak
J. Berzcek, R. Polsinelli, R. Pi-
segna, D. Prokopik. Second Row
H. Kiely, Mgr., S. Fedan, E. Wil-
liams, R. Farmery, D. Hornan
F. Kaczkowski, P. Ludwiczak
Mr. R. Romito, Coach.
., Main Street
,. Springdale ,,
.. Main Street ..
., Springdale .,
... Stewart ,.
Tarentum . ,
Firsi Row: R. Shaw, K. Mele, N. DeMao, D. Molli, J. Runco, l.. Wolkowiak Second Row C Kuros E
Rosafi, A. Ansani, E. Kondrad, J. Marrn, Mr. O. J, Phillips, Coach. Third Row D Coslanza Mgr T Zam
perini, J. Picone, P. liput, J. Gurbinski, R. Moses, Mgr.
Spring lever and baseball go hand in hand
Arnold., ,. 6
Arnold . . , l
Arnold . . . . 2
Arnold . . . ., 0
Arnold . .. 4
Arnold , .. ,'lO
Arnold.. ., ,. O
Arnold.. ,. 14
Arnold ,... . 0
Arnold .. . 5
Tarentum . ll
Freeport . . 2
Har Brack . . 7
Springdale , 'IO
Ken Hi ,. . , 6
Freeport . , 1
Springdale , . . 8
KenHi. ..,. 5
Har Brock . , 3
Runcc and Marra display lheir lalenls
As we the class of '58 prepare to leave our high school
in this age of H-bombs, rockets, guided missiles and the
Sputnik, and as education is being re-evaluated in terms of
the advances in science and technology, we pause to refiect
not only upon our immediate future, but also upon the efforts
of the teachers who have brought us to this stage of our
We would like to express our sincere appreciation to all
our teachers, and especially to those faithful and patient
students they have taught in their many years of service.
CLASS COLORS S' W H'
Blue and White ?'m"m"c '
CLASS FLOWER -+W-
Carnation ll f
Knowledge is the key to life's door,
we have but stepped inside the door.
Sue Johns Kay McCracken
Phyllis Papa Paul Hess
Judy Miller Alvin Ansani
Phillip Bianco Ray Laurito Barbara Saska
Mrs Joseph Hollyoake Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetzel
Mrs Harold Kelley Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson
Mrs. Cy Lucerne Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Artuso
Mrs. W. C. Preisser Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruncsak
Mrs Patsy Salandria Mrs. Joseph Bruncsak
Mrs Samuel Snyder Mr. and Mrs Raymond Korowicki
Mrs John Thimons Mr. and Mrs Joseph Moresi
Mrs Charles Tomasik Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Settlemeyer
Mrs Alfonso Como Mr. and Mrs Samuel Toney
Mrs. Walter Malik Mr. and Mrs Paul Trombetta
Mrs. John Butler Mr. and Mrs Samuel Corey
Mrs Walter McCollim Mr. and Mrs Frank Suatoni
Mrs Bruno DeBastiani Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frabotta
Mrs Gino Conte Mr. and Mrs Louis Molli
President ..... .
Vice President , .
Financial Secretary , ,.,. .
Corresponding Secretary ,,.,.,.
Treasurer , .
Mr. Russell Pituch
Mr. Frank Prescott
Mrs. Robert Cable
Mrs. Boyd Allen
Mr. Cosmos Rossi
Recording Secretary . ,.,.... Mrs. Edward Karluk
THE ARNOLD LIONS
CODE OF ETHICS
To show my faith in the worthiness of my vocation by indus-
trious application to the end that I may merit a reputation
for quality of service.
To seek success and to demand all fair remuneration or
profit as my iust due, but to accept no profit or success at
the price of my own self respect lost because of unfair
advantage taken or because of questionable acts on my
To remember that in building up my business it is not neces-
sary to tear down another's, to be loyal to my clients or
customers and true to myself.
Whenever a doubt arises as to the right or ethics of my posi-
tion or action towards my fellow man, to resolve such
doubt against myself.
To hold friendship as an end and not a means-To hold that
true friendship exists not on account of the service per-
formed by one to another, but that true friendship de-
mands nothing but accepts service in the spirit in which
it is given.
Always to bear in mind my obligations as a citizen to my
nation, my state and my community, and to give to them
my unswerving loyalty in work, act, and deed. To give
them freely of my time, labor, and means.
To aid my fellow man by giving my sympathy to those in
distress, my aid to the weak, and my substance to the
To be careful with my criticisms and liberal with my praise,
to build up and not destroy.
ARNOLD LIONS STUDENT LOAN FUND
Our club has established a Student Loan Fund to help
needy students attend schools of higher learning.
Please contact any member of the Fund Committee for
F. Corey, Chairman
W. R. GOTT
FURNITURE AND RUGS
FIFTH AVENUE ARNOLD
H. A. KLINGENSMITH Si SONS
"if it's HARDWARE we have it"
APPLIANCES - PAINTS - SPORTING GOODS
912 Fifth Ave. New Kensington, Pa.
Dial: EDison 7-4541
AL'S TELEVISION RADIO 81 APPLIANCE
Color Black and White High Fidelity
1706 Fifth Ave. Arnold, PG-
NEW KENSINGTON ARMY
AND SPORTING GOODS STORE
Painting Supplies - Work Clothes - Sporting Goods
412 Tenth St. Phone ED. 5-5261
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
To Arnold High School
960 Fourth Avenue
New Kensington Pennsylvania
MANZELLA FUNERAL HOME
1509 Fifth Avenue Arnold, PQ,
DEFELICE ond FRABOTTA'S
ARNOLD FLOWER SHOP
"Fashions in Flowers"
1727 FIFTH AVE. ARNOLD, PENNA.
ARNOLD SUPER CLEANERS
WE CLEAN CLOTHES CLEANER
AII Work Done In Our Own Plont
CARL GENTILE FRANK "Peggy" NELSON
Phone: EDison 5-5411
1805 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Po.
955 Fourth Ave. New Kensington, Po.
BEARER ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
We BUY ond SELL USED CARS
.IEROME MOTOR COMPANY
SAFETY TESTED USED CARS
SPORTS CAR CENTER
Phone: EDison 7-4563 New Kensington, Po.
The Senior Class of 1958
Arnold School System
AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS
We are proud of having served the community of
Arnold, Pa. for over 50 years, and we are also
pleased that our present expansion program will
further enhance the welfare of your community.
Our continued progress has been due to the excel-
lent cooperation and fine workmanship of the mem-
bers of your community.
AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS COMPANY
Farmers Bank Building
PITTSBURGH 22, PA.
FURNACES FRIGIDAIRE AIR-CONDITIONING
F I I 6 I D A I I I
AUTOMATIC HEATING 81 SUPPLY CO.
EDison 5-8532 938 Drey St.
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
727 North St. New Kensington, Pa.
ARNOLD BUlLDER'S SUPPLY
Hardware 81 Paints Plumbing 8. Heating
Steel Sash 8K Glass
Office 81 Yord-2032 KIMBALL AVENUE
Phone EDison 7-6536
Congratulations Class of '58
DONATI'S SERVICE STATION
GULF IS YOUR BEST BET
1610 Freeport Road Phone: EDison 9-9275
JOHN C. DONAHER
'I369 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Po.
LUMBER - MILLWORK - ROOFING - PAINT
ARNOLD LUMBER CO.
Fourth Avenue ct The Lumber Number
Fourteenth Street EDison 7-4700
CENTRAL DRUG STORES
"Friendly Hometown Service
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
Pick-up ond Delivery - Creclit Cords Honored
Freeport Rd. and Murray Ave. ARNOLD, PA. Phone ED. 9-9196
JOHNNY DAVIS, Proprietor
WA tul IIOEIS loss of '58
' ,I f I I c s
Nfl t I RANCE AGENCY
1 Fltt veg!
A ' I ., Arnold, Po.
Ji W LL ' 5, BES LESS
J t Vt0DonL f ge V ry EDC: s orgoin Day Here y 71
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,Al . - A' T A 8. soNs
W" .U A E , MEATS AND FRulTs
lf 161 5 I1 ve Arnold, Pc.
my .I FREE DEI.IVERYd!67
lllll fll'l:KQf'll.j is n5-2781 0 if EDison 5-2981
W l WI A ,lf
I ,kill r Compliments of
fb wARRlNGToN's 5 a. 10
I I Your Friendly Self-Service
1702-O4 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Po.
THE KEYSTONE DAIRY CO.
Dairy Store EDison 7-3568
329 Sixth Avenue MOntrose 1-3020
Class of 1958
TURNER BOOK STORE
Office Supplies, Stationery, Gifts, Greeting Cards and Engraving
919 Fifth Avenue Phone: EDison 7-6711
AR-KEN PLUMBING 8m HOME SUPPLY
PLUMBING, PAINT 81 HARDWARE
NO JOB TOO BIG - NO JOB TOO SMALL
1606 Fifth Avenue ARNOLD, PA. EDison 7-4311
Congratulations - Seniors
GAETANO PILATI FRATERNAL AID
Club No. 176
of Columbian Federation
1435 Fifth Avenue Arnold, PQ,
MEYER 8m JOHNSTON
SHEET METAL WORKS
AIR CONDITIONING - HEATING - ROOFING
INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL WORK
'I548-50 Constitution Blvd
Phone EDuson 5 I'l'I7 8K Phone EDison 5 6206
MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
EDWARD M. NEE
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
306 Murray Ave. Phone:
ARNOLD, PA. EDison 5-1761
GLENN BUICK CO.
When Better Automobiles Are Built
Buick Will Build Them
710 Fifth Ave New Kensington Pa
When You Think Of Insurance Think Of
JOHN W. HUNGER
AND DONALD H. HUNGER
"Your Friends And Neighbors"
UNITED GLASS AND CERAMIC
WORKERS OF NORTH AMERICA
CIO-CCL ARNOLD LOCAL NO. 17
Theodore Settlemyer President Harry A. Yobp Secretary Treasurer
Frank E. Lemon Jr Vice President Ralph L. Sherbondy Trustee
John J. Geisinger Chairman Anthony Marcantonio Trustee
Victor Mangieri Vice Chairman Ralph Salvati . , Trustee
Emilio Montemurro Inner Guard
DAN H EATON
8 Hour Tread Service Easy Pay Plan
open Friday Till 9 P. M.
EDison 7-7656 WEST NEW KENSINGTON, PA
Congratulations Class of 'I958
S K Y L I N E R
2134 Freeport Road New Kensington, Pa
IDEAL CLEANING CO.
Boosting Arnold High School Since 1923
SHEHAB MOTOR SALES INC.
Lincoln - Mercury - Safe Buy Used Cars
421 Freeport St.
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
NU-KEN CANDY AND CIGAR CO.
W H O L E S A I. E R S
647 Fifth Avenue Phone: EDison 7-8821
Class of 1958
SULLIVAN CH EVROLET
EDison 7-3566 New Kensington, Pa.
Congratulations Class of '58
"Where the Gang Loves to Meet"
BEATRICE HANLON, Prop.
Corner of Alcoa Dr. 8. Drey St. Phone: EDison 9-9439
ENGINEERING 81 STAMPING
600 Second Avenu N w Kensingf P
ROBERT S. RUSIEWICZ
ED 5 2841
FfhA F hS A IdP
PROVENZO GULF SERVICE
GASOLINE - BATTERIES - TIRES
LUBRICATION - WASHING
I4 h S 81 5 h A
GUY PROVENZO P p ARNOLD PA
DONALD A. BENGEL, Prop. ARNOLD, PA.
SONS OF COLUMBUS
COUNCIL NO. 47
I620 Fourth Ave. Arnold, Pa.
Evinrude Outboard Motors - Trojan - Aluma-craft
T815 4th Ave.
All Repair Work Tested
Electronically On A
'l60I Fifth Avenue
GINO E. MAROTTA
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
306 - 17th St.
Gladly Serves Both Young and Old
LOGAN LUMBER CO.
Three Convenient Locations
845 Barnes St. 300 Fifth Street
N. K., Pa. N. K., Pa.
415 Fourth Ave.
Remodeling and Repairs New Floors Installed
of All Kinds Old Floors Sanded
Kitchens Modernized Roofing - Siding
HARRY B. BARNES
Builder of Fine Homes - Estimates Furnished
Mortgages - Financing
Phone EDison 7-3210
1058 Edgewood Road
New Kensington, Pa.
MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES, INC.
"QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS"
1240 Fourth Avenue
Phone: EDison 7-7635
New Kensington, Pa.
L. U. NO. 302
UNITED STEEL WORKERS
'I035 Th d Avenue New K g P
S H O E S
N w Kensing1on's Largest Shoe S
N Syl F Th T
908 5 h A N K P
Manffuf C2LfAe5 Ar C3157 caving
K U R R E N
C A S U A L S
I0 h S N K P
GLADE NEWS and SPECIALTY SHOPPE
Leechburg Rd. New Kens'ngton, P
J. A. and L. A. VOLAND, Pharmacists
Leechburg Road Tel. ED. 5-2661 New Kensington, Pa
Your Home Town Dairy Service
Leechburg Rd. ED. 5-2621
Congratulations Class of 1958
SOCIETA OPERAIA UMBRIA
1714-16 Third Avenue
SHOES AND HOSIERY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
LOUIS' SHOE STORE
1715 Fifth Avenue
EDison 7-8151 Arnold, Pa.
Restaurant EDison 5-0990
1733 Fifth Ave. Arnold, Pennc.
KELLER ELECTRIC COMPANY
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND DEALER
Fifth Avenue cnt Eighth Street
Phone: EDison 7-3597 New Kensington, Pa.
UKRAINIAN CITIZENS CLUB
Corner of 4th Avenue 8. 14th St.
.lACOB'S SPORTING GOODS
4I0 Ninth Street NEW KENSINGTON EDison 7-4641
"If lt's Sports We Hove It"
9 9 ' M' y 9 9 9 ,I
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ggieechburg Road NewK P
K EDDlE's NQCO SERVICE
I TS, Pro.
G T -6
2844 Leechb Rd Phone ED. 9-9394
y Counts and Prices are Low
MANGANELLO'S FRUIT MARKET
open 7 days a week
A f F Iy D -an Th 1
Leechburg Rd. N w Kensingt P
Class of 1958
FORWARD AMERICA LODGE 127
ITALIAN SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA
ING STREET ARN
Best Wishes To Th
COMPANY OF ARNOLD
JOHN FEDAN 81 CO.
Jw A ky
X J 0,1511 Z
KW W x
ron ALL occnslous
1900 Kenneih Ave.
W L M2691
WW ,M WMM
NEW KENSINGTON PENNSYLVANIA
NEW KENSINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY
931 Fifth Avenue
NEW KENSINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA
All Makes Portable Typewriters
EDison 7-3525 8. 7-3526
JOHNSTON HARDWARE CO.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Soles cmd Service
Pittsburgh Plate Gloss - Pclints
T034 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Po.
CONNER'S HOBBY HAVEN
404 Tenth Street Phone ED. 5-4241
New Kensington, Pa.
JOHN 81 RUSS' BAR
1710 5th Ave. ARNOLD
HECKER'S SERVICE STATION
Corner of Richmond St. and Freeport Road
Congratulations Class of '58
Phone: EDison 9-9274
"CHICKEN IN THE RUFF"
1902 Leishman Ave. Arnold, Pa.
GOOD FOOD OF ALL KINDS
1724 26 Fifth Avenue Arnold Po
THE ARNOLD DRUG STORE
1707 Fifth Avenue Arnold Po
Phone EDlson 7 6508
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF 1958
Nil A I I
ARNOLD VOLUNTEER FIRE
The :Lu Store
5 AVE I
LIVEQV 5 42l
L59 . -I
RUG S Wi
DE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS
HERMAN MARTIN CARL MARTIN ERNEST MARTIN
TONY'S BAR AND GRILL
510 McCandless St. Arnold, Pct.
ROBERT'S FU RN ITU RE CO.
Custom Living Rooms - Wall to Wall Carpeting
Bedrooms - Contemporary and Modern
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