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The paThways Through high school are memorable ones. We hope
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To The TuTure upon which each of us Travels.
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and The paThway will have served iTs pur ,g e o T nishing a ye s TQ
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ARUON. I A K
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Board of Educatign President ......... .... J . M. Koziura
Vice-President .... .... J . H. DeLuca
Treasurer .......... ...... R . Tierney
Secretary .... ......... G . Vairo
Solicitor .... ..... P . L. DeRose
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JOHN M. KOZIURA JOHN H. DeLUCA
ROBERT TIERNEY NICHOLAS H. PALLONE EDMUND HUMENIUK
GERALDINE VAIRO ELMO B. CECCHETTI FRANCIS RICHARDS LOUIS DeROSE
HARRY D. BERKEY
Indiana State College
University of Pittsburgh
GRADUATES OF 1964:
Youth of today stands upon the Threshold of an amaz-
ing era. Events are happening so fast that it is impossible to
find a label to describe the beckoning horizons. The world is
moving so rapidly that yesterday's accomplishments are
obsolete today and today's successes are likely to be outmoded
tomorrow. The air age had become the space age, the jet age
has become the missile age.
Always there is a struggle to unlock closed doors. Man's
inquisitive mind is ever seeking the key to the universe. Areas
of knowledge are being opened that would make an Archi-
medes, a Newton, or an Einstein gasp. An American whirls
in orbit around the earth, the moon has become an actual
target, a Nautilus charts new paths in the watery depths of
the world, iet aircraft has reduced the size of the world. The
mad race carries man on to new achievements before he has
digested the old. Today's youth will witness spectacular devel-
You, the graduates, must keep on learning and preparing
for tomorrow. You cannot rest upon the fact that you did learn
something yesterday. This world, which so suddenly has nar-
rowed into a neighborhood, presents to you the task of broad-
ening it into a brotherhood.
High School is only one hurdle, and having cleared this, no
doubt you feel there will be no more, but in that you ane
mistaken. Life is a succession of hurdles, and anyone who
settles back, satisfied with having cleared the hurdles in his
path so far, is headed for failure. Each hurdle cleared makes
the next one easier, and the ability to accomplish more as
time goes on gives the individual more confidence, more abil-
ity. Hurdles is a fascinating subiectl The more you study it, the
more fascinating it becomes. Thinking of life's experience as
hurdles to be cleared may simplify some of your problems.
Remembering hurdles you have cleared in the past may give
you courage, too, to tackle others. Looking back, realizing
that you have been able to clear others, you may be fired
with ambitions you had not thought possible.
As you go out into the world beyond High School, may you
have the ability and the courage to clear whatever hurdles
life puts in your way.
To the Graduates of 1964:
Learn to work! Try to recognize very soon "the dignity of
work." The iob that you perform should represent you at your
Be generous with the amount of time you allocate to your
tasks rather than watch the clock and tear approaching "dead
lines." Learn to start your iob in plenty of time - learn to
glorify your work and even to put a halo around your iolo!
The past has proven that doing your present work well will
help to open'doors to new opportunities.
Make your work reflect your faith, your ideals, and your
And remember - Nothing happens until you go to work!
JOSEPH M' ARNONE MARGARET K. BATISTE
Grove City College
Business Education Business Education
Grove City College
Indiana State College
MARGARET o. CALDWELL ,W VJ
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LOIS JEAN CLARK
Indiana State College
RUTH E. CRlBBS
lndiana State College
English, Business Education
JOSEPH J. DEDA
ALBERT A' CURUO University of Pittsburgh
Indiana State College World Culture
EUGENE B. BRUNNER
T diana State College
LOUIS F. BUTERA
University of Pittsburgh
Fa Guilty - Guide
ANTOINETTE M. DeROSE
Grove City College
VINCENT J. DELDUCA
University of Pittsburgh
LOUIS J. GALLI ALBERT P. GARELLA
Clarion State College California State College
University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh
posts to Our Future
PAUL A. LIVRONE
University of Pittsburgh
FRANKLIN A. LORENCE JAMES R. MARINO
Indiana State College Duquesne University
Band Driver Education,
JOHN H. GEARHARD
Slippery Rock State College
FRANCIS L. GRESSLY
University of Pittsburgh
Faculty Manager of
DOROTHY L. KRESS
University ot Pittsburgh
St. Vincent College
LEONARD F. PALETTA MARIO L. PERETTI
Duquesne University Wittenberg University
History, Civics University of Pittsburgh
WARREN V. MASSARO
Grove City College
OLIVER J. PHILLIPS
LORETTA -l- RAVQTTI University ot, Chattanooga
Duquesne University Health' physicai
General Music, Choir Education
ANDREW S. ROMITO
University of Pittsburgh
RICHARD E. ROMITO
St. Vincent College DONALD P- SMITH
University of Pittsburgh Indiana Siafe College
RUTH M. SACK THOMAS C. SELLARI RUTH A. SIPES
University of Pittsburgh Lenolf Rlwne College Slippery Rock Slale College
English, Reading Health, Physical Mathematics
ROBERT M. TERLINSKI LORRAINE B. TROIANO
Indiana State College Slippery Rock State College
University of Pittsburgh Health, Physical
RONALD D. SWAB
LOUISE E. VENTURA
CECELIA E. LEACH
JO-ANN J. PAULENDA
VIRGINIA A. URSIC
WILLIAM F. WALCUTT
California State College'
INEZ E. WALLIS
University of Pittsburgh
BERNARD E. WROBLESKI
Clarion State College
DELLA M. MEYERS
General Office Secretary
LAWRENCE F. MCGUIRE
Carnegie Institute of Technology
University of Pittsburgh
DR. J. A. SOROKA DONALD A. MCLAIN
University of Pittsburgh West Virginia University
School Dentist Guidance Counselor
Guidance-A Key Service
DR. L. C. CERASO JOSEPHINE O. LECNAR FRANCES A. TANNAS
Bucknell University College Misericordia Nursing School
Temple University University of Pittsburgh Martins Ferry, Ohio
School Physician Guidance Counselor, School Nurse
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PRESIDENT , ,. James Ludwiczak
VICE-PRESIDENT ,,,, William Clark
SECRETARY ,E.A,.......E,EE Lee Dietrich
TREASURER .....A.......,,, Anita Molli
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Graduation is upon us, the prescribed courses are finished, and we're about to accomplish the
task for which we have been trained. Many detours may lie in the road ahead, but using the guidance
and instruction which we have accumulated thus far, we are sure to find the "pathway to peace."
The nostalgia with which we look back to our younger days will always be a precious feeling to be
treasured, and the acquaintances we have made will never be forgotten.
We are grateful to our teachers, faculty and principal for the fine opportunity they have given us to
become intelligent and outstanding citizens.
DIANE M. ACONE
Diane has attracted many friends with
her big brown eyes and million-dollar
smile . . . Official Arlion typist . . .
This cute little lass kicked high for the
Lionettes . . . Devotes most of her
time and friendliness to a certain some-
Business Education "Laurie"
Adds sparkle to every gathering . . .
Pretty features . . . Will study at Robert
Morris . Always well dressed . . .
This girl is tops.
Mischievous in a quiet sort of way
. . . Has a fancy for eating . . . Penn-
sylvania Military College will claim hir'-
Field and stream man . . . A perfect
gentleman . . . Attracts girls with those
big dimples . . . The photographic field
KATHERINE F. ALCIBIADE
Business Education "Kathy"
Kathy hopes to open a beauty shop
after graduation . . . Occupies most
of her spare time designing hairstyles
for her classmates . . . Enioyed singing
in Senior Choir , . . Likes sports, es-
Business Education "Betty"
A quiet, soft-spoken lass who never
causes any fuss or commotion . . .
Will make an efficient secretary for
some lucky employer.
Business Education "Donna"
Something special wrapped up in a
blue-eyed, blonde haired package, tied
with an angelic smile, and intended for
the happiness of her friends . . . Loves
to talk . . . "Donna" will add a touch
of heaven to any office.
A keen and enthusiastic participant of
photography . . . Speaks when spoken
to . . . Enioys the outdoor life.
A friendly, talkative girl . . . Loves
to dance . . . "Cheryl" will undoubtedly
make a fine teacher . . . U.C.L.A. a-
Business Education "Tom"
A quiet lad who loves sports, partic-
ularly baseball . . . Favorite subject
is bookkeeping and would love to
coach. Air Force also looms in the
Business Education "Alice"
Soft-spoken young lady with a pleas-
ant disposition . . . Has a friend at
every turn . . . The arrow of her future
points toward a bookkeeping career.
Eddie hopes to become an engineer
. . . Supplied his chemistry class with
"all the answers" . . . Pointed toward
the halls of lvy . . . Philatelist.
GEORGE F. BENTZ
George can usually be found playing
basketball . . . His smile is offset by
deep dimples . . . Smile for everyone
. . . Plans to attend barber school.
Has an unusual talent for getting into
things . . . Feels it's a woman's prerog-
ative to be late . . . Has hopes to
become a lawyer.
RONALD F. BERNARDI
Appears angelic, but look
Don't let those bashful looks disarm
you . . . A friendly lad who has no
definite plans after graduation.
Another star hoopster for the Lions
. . . Also participates on the baseball
diamond . . . Well liked . . . Neat
dresser . . . Ardent member of Student
Council . . . Hopes to become a teach-
CRAIG M. BEVERIDGE
Those ice blue eyes . . . Blushes
easily . . . Soft spoken?? . . . A ioke-
ster at heart . . . Engineering claims
his future . . . Worked hard for the
Key Club and the Student Council
WILLIAM J. BOSTIC
Quiet lad . . . Good-natured and
easy to get along with . . . Usually
found tinkering with cars . . . Plans
'1 enter the Navy upon graduation.
Business Education "Lynn"
Has a smile as sweet as her person-
ality . . . Soft-spoken . . . Plans to
enter Robert Morris Business College
JOSEPH C. CAICCO
Who will ever forget the antics of
"Chico"?! Captivating brown eyes . . .
Happy-Go-Lucky . . . Contemplating a
future in the Navy.
Freckles galore . . . His witty com-
ments and devilish grin make him a
pleasant and humorous companion . . .
One ot our top men on the basketball
court . . , Plans to travel the airways.
Takes life in stride . . . Cars are his
tirst love . . . Plans to be Uncle Sam's
SCOTT E. CAMPBELL
Blushes fast and furiously . . . Shy,
yet manages to set the feminine hearts
a' flutterin' . . . Crystal ball is cloudy.
As pretty as a picture and twice as
nice, this competent young lady per-
sonifies closely the role of the model
nurse that she hopes to be . . . Bore
the title of President of Future Nurses
Gabriel, blow your horn! Last minute
man . . . Willing and able . . . One
of the eagerer beavers . . . The Junior
Prom kept Danny ever busy, never still.
A pretty lass who has a heart large
enough for everyone . . . "Suzie" has
a laugh all her own . . . Wore her
maiorette uniform proudly.
PAMELA JOYCE CLARK
Chitechat at its gayest . . . Has a
friendly way with people . . . Enioys
dancing and acting . . . One of the
short cute 'maiorettes . . . Plans to enter
college in the fall.
Good looking gridman . . . Bashful,
but oh, that devilish grin . . . Spends
many an evening relaxing to the sound
of his old records . . . The Air Force
will claim his future.
"Bill" has held the position of Vice-
President of his class for two years . . .
Should prove to be successful in enter-
ing college . . . An active member of
the Band and Key Club . . . Competent
baseball and basketball player.
JAMES W. COLLODI
Character . . . Future Madison Avenue
Baseball star . . . Enioyed history class
and everything else he did.
KATHLEEN JANE CONFER
Pleasant . . . Peaches and cream
complexion . . . Laughing is Kathy's
favorite game . . . Gym is her pet
allergy . . . Spends her leisure time
babysitting and joking around.
"Real-much comical" . . . Unpredictably
daring . . . Lite holds no worries for
her except-big words . . . One of
the nicest . . . Her ambition-teaching.
Companionable . . . Good hearted
. . . Likes to help when there's work
to be done . . . Arduous worker in
Future Teachers . . . Shelters high hopes
of becoming a speech therapist.
SHIRLEY MAE CORRADENE
Business Education "Shirl"
Her gleaming smile and considerate
ways will add charm to any office . . .
A rollicking gal who really enjoys "cut-
ting the rug" . . . Shirley's artistic ways
will add a touch to any beauty school.
SONDRA LYNN COWEN
Business Education "Red"
A pretty redhead whose easy blushes
often cause her to be the center of
friendly merry-making . . . A true
home-ec. girl who delights in sewing
and experimenting with foods . . .
Member of Leaders Club and Home Ec.
Business Education "Midge"
"Midge" has a twinkle in her eyes
that attracts everyone to her . . , Shy
until you get to know her . . . Will
try her hand at modeling
Leads a relaxed, social, cosmopolitan
life . . . Brains galore . . . Her out-
standing feature is her flowing blonde
hair . . . Dresses like a college coed,
A quiet lad . . . "Jocko" enioys camp-
ing and coin collecting in his spare
time . . . College is beckoning to him.
Freckle faced darling with striking
blue eyes . . . Corny Jokester . . . En-
ioys the country air . . . A capable
president of the Student Council.
His bright blue eyes glimmer with
mischief . . . Enioys hunting, golf, and
swimming . . . Plans to enter college
upon graduation . . . Provides many
laughs in class.
THOMAS W. DAVIS
Give "Bomber" a'car and he's happy
. . . Enioys baseball as much as steak
. . . Tom would some day like to be
a teacher . . . Plans to enter college,
even though he would like to spend
all seven periods in a study hall.
Business Education "Lorraine"
Always a ready answer lurks behind
those snappy dark eyes . . . This
easy-to-get along with lass takes life
easy and her hearty chuckle hints that
she enjoys every moment of it . . .
Will make an attractive beautician.
HERMAN C. DeMAO
Smile full of friendliness and a laugh
that is genuine . . . Swoonderful dancer
. . . Center of attraction on the foot-
ball field and off . , . Enioys the come
pany of a special someone.
MARY CATHERINE DERBAUM
Business Education "Mimi"
It isn't iust her light hair that seems
to radiate the sunshine around her . . .
Shows her sewingfability in her fashion-
able wardrobe . . . Will surely become
a top-notch secretary.
MERRY CAROL DeMAO
Has a very sunny disposition . . .
Chemistry tops her list of studies - . .
Dreams of wearing the white uniform
of a registered nurse.
LEE ANNETTE DIETRICH
Effervescent as a glass of champagne
. . . Nice to know . . . Will perfectly
fill the iob of an "Angel of Mercy"
. . . Snappy lead maiorette who added
zip to the bancl.
Has very masculine good looks and
a bright smile . . . Active president of
band and Key Club . . . Will surely
be successful as a Spanish teacher.
DENNIS PETER DONATI
lmpressed with the possibilities of a
career as an engineer . . . Displays
his talents on the tennis courts . . .
'ook for him at Conti's Market.
,LINDA ANN DOWHOWER
You say you like lavender? Pet
peeves - shoes and people who make
her wear them . . . Favorite dish -
spaghetti . . . A friend in need . . .
What a driver!
J. RICHARD FABIAN
Always popping in and out of trou-
ble . . . Definitely a lady's man . . .
Fun-loving . . . Tall and singular . . .
Nonchalant . . . Hard working member
of the football team.
A natural "whiz" at math . . . Will
always be remembered for his friendly
smile and helping hand . . . Bound for
college . . . Dream ambition is to
travel to the moon.
Vocational "Little Italy"
"Why worry!" is his motto . . . Has
the eye appeal of curly hair . . . His
future is centered around his plans to
view the world via the Navy.
JOHN M. EASLEY
Being a member of Student Council
and an ever-faithful football manager
kept his schedule full . . . Loves noth-
ing better than a nice, friendly argu-
ment . . . Will attend Indiana.
CYNTHIA MARIE FRANCZAK
Business Education "Cindy"
Favorite pastime-dancing . . . Never
a dull moment with Cindy . . . Twink-
ling eyes with a smile to match . . .
Elegantly daring . . . A whiz at styling
JUDITH l. FRICK
Business Education "Judy"
A quiet, friendly, easy-going person
. . . Visible, but rarely audible . . .
Hopes to be a successful housewife.
MICHAEL EDWARD HADDAD
Polite and impassive' . . . Easy to
get along with . . . Swings a mean
tennis racket . . . "Dewey's" ambi-
tion is to succeed in life.
Has a pleasant gift of gab and uses
it often . . . "A smile for everyone"
is Fudgie's motto . . . Sense of humor
excels her height . . . Future "Angel
Business Education "Marilyn"
A friend to all . . . Often seen but
seldom heard . . . Enioys all sports
. . . Hopes to become a nurse.
JAMES T. GALIE
Very friendly . . . Aspires to become
a mechanic . . . Member of Auto Shop
Club . . . Plans to further his educa-
tion upon graduation.
Business Education "Linda"
A tall slender lass with a quick smile
and a twinkle in her eye . . . Chat-
terbox a-la-mode . . . Expects to be
a good wife to some lucky man.
Academic ' "Rich"
A brisk and compelling young man
. . . Ardent sports fan . . . Always a
gentleman . . . Adds life to any situa-
tion , . . Dedicated member of the
CARL DENNIS HARNISH
A congenial person who enioys ex-
perimenting in Chemistry class . . .
Blushes fast and furiously in French
class . . . Capable manager of the
HARRY H. HARRIS
Math seems to be second nature to
him . . . Small in stature, but big in
heart . . . Dreams of becoming an IBM
operator . . . Livens up any class.
PAUL T. HARTMAN
Electronical engineering monopolizes
his thoughts . . . Seems to fit the part
of a quiet, serious-minded student . . .
Bashful when it comes to females.
"Lou" is -indispensable in the chem-
istry lab . . . Future science maior at
West Virginia University . . . Relaxes
by playing pool . . . Card shark.
CHARLES T. HEBERLING
His interests revolve around mechan-
ics . . . Hunting and fishing are his
favorite pastimes . . . His miSCl1leV0US
grin attracts trouble.
CHARLES F. HERBECK
Always finding ways to avoid doing
work . . . A light hearted kind of fun-
loving and out-going guy . . . Enioys
His record collection is vast and selec-
tive . . . An advocate of push-button
living . . . Happy-go-lucky tempera-
ment. Enioys ioking with friends.
Business Education "Di"
Di has an unforgettable laugh which
she uses often . . . Never a hair out
of place . . . Spent most her spare
time in the Athletic Office . . . Plans
to teach business subiects . . . Nice
to be around.
Business Education "RO"
A pretty smile, lots of pep, and a
sense of humor all go together in the
make-up of this little lady . . . Blessed
with the gift of gab . . . Will be a suc-
cess at Robert Morris Junior College.
Gary plans to wear the Air Force
blue after graduation . . . All-American
appetite for hamburgers and french
fries . . . Enioys math . . . Equestrian,
ROBERT A. KELLER
This quiet lad is seldom heard . . .
Enioys working on cars . . . Member
of the Auto Shop Club . . . Uncle Sam
will claim this lad's future.
Business Education "Patty
Short and sweet . . . Talkative
Vim, vigor, and vitality . . . High
jumping J.V. Cheerleader . . . Aim in
life is to be happy and successful
This friendly lass has a smile for
everyone . . . Gladys hopes to become
a registered nurse . . . Bowling takes
up a good bit of her time.
Business Education Kernal
Would like to ioin the Waves . . .
"Kemal" seems to enioy reading dur-
ing her spare hours . . . Always hun-
gry for shrimp . . . Peaches and
Beautiful black hair and pleasant fea-
tures . . . Has ,an original opinion
about almost everything . . . Vice-
President of Studerit Council . . . Dis-
played her many talents in the Junior
Miss Contest . . . Efficient drum maior-
RICHARD F. KILEY
Dreams of being a millionaire . . .
Would probably spend most of his
money buying raviolis . . . Enioys
the art of billiards . . . Plans to enter
the armed forces.
JO RENE KOWAL
Business Education "Jo Rene"
Jo Rene leads a graceful and pur-
poseful life . . . Fashion's pet . . .
Uses her personality to charm everyone
. . . Will make a very neat and at-
PATRICK J LIPPERT
Business Education "Donna"
A tingle of excitement, a catchy gig-
gle, and an endless stream of lively
chit-chat best describe "Donna" . . .
Spends her spare time doing what she
likes best-dancing . . . Dark hair and
dark eyes are among this girl's assets.
Superlative blend of rugged good
looks and good humor . . . Sentimental
gentleman . . . Football, females, and
fun . . . Fine co-captain of the foot-
ball team . . . Efficient student.
Loves tinkering around with cars
. . . Future lies in the field of mechanics
Friendly and likable . Plans
to ioin the United States Armed Forces
This big, rugged lad was active in
many football games . . . One of those
deceivingly quiet fellows . . . Plans to
enter the Navy upon graduation.
A humorous, lileable guy . . . Gave
his best as center for our basketball
team . . . Loves popular music . . .
Has a personality we know will be
tops at Penn State.
Mechanical-minded . . . President
of the Machine Shop . . . Speaks only
when spoken to . . . Enioys fishing
during his spare time.
Quiet till you get to know him
Usually found around cars . . . as
many friends . . . Enioys riding his
motor scooter . . . Plans to ioin the
Marines after graduation.
A quiet-minded miss who will de-
light her patients . . . An ardent mem-
ber of the Future Nurses! . . . Always
a cheerful "hi" for all . . . Enioys sew-
ing and swimming.
Business Education "Dorothy"
A newcomer to the halls of Arnold
. . . Dorothy's dream is to become a
commercial artist . . . Enioys watching
the Lions in action,
Always found in the middle of ex-
citement . . . Twinkle in his eye
denotes trouble . . . Blonde hair and
blue eyes attract all to him . . . Vice-
President of the Band and an active
member of the Key Club.
NEDRA L. MCGINNIS
Business Education "Mikki"
Friendly and talkative . . . "Mikki"
enioys roller skating and dancing . . .
Aspires to become a script writer or a
set designer . . . Enthusiastic follower
of modern fiction and poetry.
ANITA M. MOLLI
One of the more quiet lead major-
ettes . . . So calm, so cool, so bright
. . . At a snail's pace . . . Keeps the
sewing machine humming . . . Another
KATHLEEN ANN MON DALE
Business Education "Kathy"
A friendly lass with a sparkling per-
sonality . . . Has a wholesome and
natural look about her . . . Member of
F.H.A. and Play Cast.
Quiet and shy best describes Munch
. . . Weight lifting takes up much of
his free time . . . Vice-President of the
Machine Shop Club . . . The Navy will
claim this lad's future.
Short of stature . . . Full of fight
. . . Needles others by cracking his
knuckles . . . Man of moods . . , Foot-
ball team couldn't have done without
High-iumping cheerleader who
charmed the football players into win-
ning . . . As popular as she is pretty
. . . Has an attractive sparkle in her
eyes . . . Blessed with beautiful blonde
hair and a knack for hairstyles.
Class iester . . . What's a class with-
out "Ed"? . . . Answer . . . Safe! . . .
Business Education "Dor"
Her quiet approach is deceptive . . .
Has a soft singing voice which she
puts to good use in choir . . . Un-
quenchable desire for steak.
PAMELA JEAN NEE
Sparkling green eyes . . . What
would the Arlion staff do without her
efficient co-editing? . . . injects. en-
ioyment and humor into any conversa-
tion . . . inseparable from the cause
of the Student Council . . . Will make
a fine college co-ed.
DAVID J. OLIVO
"Have l not a lordly air that makes
me free from every care?" . . . Casae
nova . . . Three year letterman . . .
Cheek's ambition lies in coaching . . .
Handsome co-captain of the football
Business Education Karen
A pretty smile, lots of pep, and a
sense of humor all together . . . Never
at a loss for words . . . Airline school
will be her next step.
CAROL ANN NORRIS
Business Education "Caroline"
Quiet in the very nicest way . . .
plans to attend business school . . .
Enjoys sketching . . . Favorite subfect:
English . . . Carol's whole face lights
up when she smiles.
ROBERT W. PACHA
Shy grin . . . Everyone's buddy . . .
Mortar and pestal of a pharmacist fig-
ure prominently in his future . . . Has
the characteristics of a clean-cut lad...
Fondness for Italian food.
Strong but definitely not silent . . .
Lives in a world of his own . . .
"Carm" was a potent member of our
football team . . . Full of impish,
practical iokes . . . College looms in
Likes good gags . . . Sly grin . . .
Allergic to nightwork . . . Keeps pace
with the latest fads . , . His arrow of
success is pointed to becoming a pro-
fessional football player.
DIANNE MARIE PANTUSO
Business Education "Dee"
Sparkling brown eyes and a friendly
smile have won for "Dee" many friends
. . . Never at a loss for words . . .
Hopes to become a iournalist . . . A
LAWRENCE E. PALOCHIK
Where there s trouble lurking, you
will find "Larry" Always seen
surrounded by friends . , , Will be
come a fine pharmacist . . . Loves
An informed fan of popular music
. . . Likes to dance . . . Smiles often
. . . Concentrates on having a good
time . . . Hunger is never delicate . . .
"Diane" would like to be an interior
Business Education "Suzie"
Always has a friendly smile and
"hello" for everybody . . . Member
of the Arlion staff . . . Her helping
hand reaches out to all who search for
Gave his best as linebacker for
A.H.S .... Rough and rugged . . .
Member of the Football Club and
Machine Shop . . . A iob as a machin-
ist looks good to this boy.
PATRICIA ANNE PITUCI-I
DENNIS S. POSTUPACK
Technical in all subiects . . . Always
leaves them laughing . . . Loyal sup-
porter of the band , . . His sparkling'
blue eyes are his best feature.
There is a song on her lips as well
as her finger tips . . . Her magnetic
personality draws many friends . . .
Good humor and a gift of gab.
Business Education "Julie"
A frown never darkens this attrace
tive senior . . . Her neat appearance
is more expressive than words . . .
She excels in sewing . . . Member of
the Arlion and F.H,A.
R. JAMES PUGLISI -
Jim is never at 3 loss for the right
answer . . . His talents lie in the
scientific field . . . Hopes to continue
his education at Penn State . . . Future
occupation: design engineer.
Business Education Reggie
EILEEN MARIE RHINE
Business Education "Eileen"
Adds gaiety to any situation . . .
Always ready to lend a helping hand
. . . Will be an asset to any office
as an attractive and efficient secretary.
Puts humor into any situation . . .
The sound of music sets her heart and
feet a-dancing . , . Full of mischief
. . . Would like to attend a commercial
ROBERT JOHN RICHARDS
Comedian de luxe . . . Little Mr.
Mischief . . . Member of the football
team . . . Fine college material.
"Becky's" dream is to travel . . .
Seemingly shy, "Becky" can be found
in the midst of organization . . . Enioys
Business Education Q "Jimmy"
Accident prone . . . Enioys office
practice . . . Arduous worker of band
. Would like to become an account-
NICHOLAS G. RODITES
Academic "Hot Dog"
"Hot Dog's" ambition is to become
a millionaire . . . Master of the bil-
liards . . . Is always ready with a
quick reply . . . Plans to attend col-
"Cindy's" smile and sense of humor
brighten up any class . . . Has a knack
for making friends . , . Plans to use
her talents as a speech therapist.
Business Education "MaI"
A cute, petite lass . . . Amiable,
able, and ambitious . . . A most senti-
mental sentimentalist . . . Outstand-
ing in the secretarial field , . . Was an
efficient head maiorette and co-editor
of the Arlion.
Business Education "Mar"
Smiles pleasantly without an effort
. . . Has the eye appeal of dark hair
and a fair complexion, which should
make her an attractive beautician . . .
Good humor surrounds her.
Rich can make anyone perk up
in time of distress . . . Enjoys all
sports . . . Aspires the life of a mil-
ANITA T. RUSHNOCK
Business Education "Anita"
Casual manner wins friends easily
. Her obiective is to travel abroad
. Hopes to enter the secretarial
field upon graduation.
ROSEMARY BRIDGET RYBA
Business Education "Bridget"
Talkative . . . Fun loving . . . Would
like to tour California . . . An active
choir and F.H.A. member
Business Education "Carol"
Unpredictable and creative with hair.
styles . . . Always has something to
say . . . Dancing feet.
SHERRY LYNN SAVAGE
Charm in her hair . . . Likes to
"sew a fine seam" . . . Spic and span
One of our small, attractive maior-
Future special education teacher . . .
Summer time finds her on the golf
course or somewhere around a swim-
ming pool . . . Talented dancer . . .
Enioys driving anywhere . . . spent
her spare time at Arlion.
JOSEPH C. SERGI
The innocent bystander full of pranks
and teasing fun . . . Will look hand-
some in his Army uniform . . . Easy
to get along with.
An active member in the Mathematics
Club . . . A great asset on the base-
ball diamond . . . Aspires to become
LORRAINE H. SHARICK
Business Education "Lori"
Overflowing with happiness, she is
often found in the center of many
school activities . . . Her sincerity makes
her a friend of everyone . . . Eyes
that twinkle when that special fellow
CONNIE R. SCHRACK
Hails from Wisconsin . . . Dislikes
getting up in the morning . . . Music
holds a fascination for her . . . Ac-
tively connected with Leaders Club.
Business Education "Pinky"
Petite and fragile attractiveness . . .
Will make a fine secretary with her
kind and thoughtful ways . . . Unkind
words are not found in her vocabulary.
JAMES H. SHERRON
ARTHUR NELSON SHEARER
Seldom voices his thoughts , . .
Someday he'll soar over our heads as
an Air Force pilot . . . Basketball is
his favorite sport.
Possesses a special formula that keeps
her friendly and cheerful . . . Indus-
trious and dependable . . . Will at-
tend Bible School in Grand Rapids,
Michigan . . . Member of Library and
Future Nurses Club.
lt seems "Sherlock" never gets
enough to eat . . . He considers hunt-
ing tops . . . Has his own meat wagon
. . . Plans on becoming a mortician.
JAMES A SINEGAL
Our head cheerleader worked hard
to lead our boys on to victory . , .
This petite senior is noted for her
poise and neat appearance . . . Leisure
'ime spent sleeping.
MARCELLA ANN SINEGAL
A small trickle of laughter is heard
through the halls - it's Marcy! Dancer
de luxe. lniects humor into any situa-
tion . . . College looms in the future.
Seen but seldom heard . . . Good-
tempered and patient . . . Enioys
baseball and Chemistry.
JOSEPH SMITH JR.
He'll buy a yacht with his first mil-
lion . . . Drives his own car . . . En-
ioyed Chemistry class . . . Did his
trig problems diligently.
Full of pep . . . Can argue sports
with anyone . . . Right in the middle
of fun and trouble . . . Sara plans to
utilize her ability and winning smile
by working with the airline.
SANDRA MARIE SNIZASKI
Business Education "Sandy"
Sandy, being a newcomer, has ad-
iusted very well to her surroundings
. . . Mischief is her chief occupation
. . . Steak is her idea of a delicious
JOHN STAN KO
Overflows with vitality and friend-
liness . . . Always ready to help in
any situation . . . Active member of
the Band and Key Club . . . Liked by
Lean and straight with dark brown
hair . . . Shy, but friendly, with an
attractive smile . . . Nice to know
. . Enioys a good chicken dinner.
Quiet till he gets out ot school . . .
Worked hard as a manager of the
mighty Lions . . . Never a dull moment
NANCY EILEEN STEWART
A quiet miss who hopes to become
a model nurse . , . Plans to let the
Navy train her for this occupation . , .
A smile is a greeting for everyone.
SHARREN KAY SZAJNA
Low in height, high in spirit . . . A
magnet for male attention , . . Cheer-
leading takes up most of her time . . .
cute as a button . . . Gymnastics head
her list of activities.
RICHARD A. STIVESON
An easy-going lad . . . Enioys fish-
ing . . . A loyal member of the Auto
Shop Club . . . Plans to ioin "Uncle
JEFFREY PAUL STUCK
Sparkling blue eyes . . . All of him
"happy-go-lucky" . . . Girl shy? . . .
One swell of a guy . . . Success on
A "double-ton" of fun . . . Plans
to spread his humor with his travels
around the world . . . Enioys hunting
Electronics wizard . . . famous for
his ham radio activities .... "Mike
man" at assembly . f. Plans to study
electrical engineering at college.
Anchors Aweigh . . . Shy guy . . .
Find him on a baseball diamond on a
summer afternoon . . . Likes to go fish-
Tall and lanky . . . Shows his athletic
ability on the baseball diamond . . .
Enioys chemistry . . . Has high hopes
for Carnegie Tech.
No time for girls . . .Quiet and rather
shy . . . "Buz" has iust the right amount
of everything good to make him a
friend of all . . . Will be a valuable ad-
dition to Penn State.
Business Education "Troutman"
Happy-go-lucky , . . Very adept at
handling a car . . . The mechanics of
cars fascinate him . . . Fond of mis-
Quiet and reserved best describes
Den . . . Usually found working on
cars . . . Dreams of becoming a mechan-
ic or entering some type of technical
school upon graduation.
A future top citizen for any com-
munity . . . Will ease everyone's pain
with her engaging smile . . . A fine
DOLORES JEAN VIGILANTE
Business Education "Dee"
A member of the Arlion staff . . .
This short lass is always on the go . . .
Loves all sports . . . Will make an ideal
George has been a vital asset to
Arnold's football team . . . An active
member of Student Council . . . En-
ioys tinkering with cars.
Business Education "Ange"
Keeps up with the latest styles . . .
Pirate fan . . . Hopes to wear the wings
of an airline stewardess . . . Enioyed
Mr. Klein's jokes.
MARY ANNE WATTERS
Business Education "Mary Anne"
Spends her spare time doing what
she likes best - dancing . . , Always
ready for a good time and a good
laugh . . . Her present ambition is to
become a beautician.
THOMASINA LOUlSE WEST
Heedless of worries or cares, she
greets the world with a grin . . .
Truly shows that good things do come
in small packages . . . Plans to be-
come a medical technologist.
A lad of leisure . . . Full of fun
. . . Evades homework . . . Likes to
go hunting and fishing . . . Plans to
enter the Navy.
Has oodles of friends . . . Known
for his constant iolcing . . . Leaves
his worries on the doorstep . . . Quite
active in football and basketball.
Business Education "Jo"
Sophisticated . . , A smile as en-
gaging as her personality, only one
of the assets with which this charming
girl has been endowed . . . Boys at-
tract her . . . Desires to be a travel
RAYMOND J. VVOODALL
Business Education "Woodie"
Finds pleasure in iournalism class
. . . All smiles in P.O.D. class . . .
Used car salesman . . . "Woodie's"
favorite hobby is metalworking
ANTHONY E. ZITO
This quiet lad is a member of our
football team . . . Plans to attend col-
lege after graduation . . . Enjoys base-
ball and football , . . Quiet and gentle-
manly in all respects.
LINDA DARLENE YOST
As fresh and cool as a cucumber
. . . A radiant personality which at-
tracts many friends , . . The crystal
ball reveals the white uniform of a
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STANDING: R. Meledandri, L. DeSimone, R. Resick, F. Phaturos.
As the year progresses, the members of the iunior class, having experienced
more learning and confidence, look eagerly forward to the day when they will
proudly become seniors. Besides being intelligent, cooperative students, the iuniors
have proven to be responsible in their many proiects. Their ingenuity was put to
work to make the prom an enchanting evening. The day of graduation is not far
distant, but that short space of time represents a great deal of endeavor and hard
work. Realizing the rewards ot their efforts, the Junior class will strive to make
their senior year a most prosperous one.
JUNlOR CLASS OFFICERS
R. Meledandri ,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,s,,, President
F. Phaturos ,,,,,, Vice-President
L. DeSimone . ,,,,,A.,,,,. Secretary
R. Resick ....,,.... ,,...,,.. T reasurer
FIRST ROW: D. Latkey, F. Mandarino, H. Gazdo, B
Nawotka, A. M. Cimino, R. Mazur, T. Audo.
SECOND ROW: L. Sautoni M. Machara, N. Stone, C
Milton, J. Pavlick, P. Wrable, J. Havely, I. Franzi
S. Guida, J. Elwood, L. Johnson, R. Resick.
THIRD ROW: E. Aftanas, R. Belli, D. Coyle, W. Baker
S. Black, P. Gavasto, D. Marin, F. Naccarato, R
FIRST ROW: J. Miller, B. A. Enciso, B. Gallo, L. Monte-
murro, K. lnglese, A. Walp, B. M. Enciso.
SECOND ROW: S. Brem, C. Edwards, C. Chipoletti,
D. Broad, D, Reskiewicz, P. Martin, V. Cepko, L.
Picone, L. Longo, D. Morrell.
THIRD ROW: F. Vagnozzi, J. Butler, P. Calderini, P.
Manganelli, M. Chizar, C. Sleigh, J. Meyer, J.
Hale, J. Bryan, D. Trzeciak, F. Galie.
FIRST ROW: B. Bongiovanni, S. Fiorina, J. Bertoni,
C. Yankov, S. Powell, C. Mentecky, M. A. Muller.
SECOND ROW: P. Dziadyk, W. Bedell, J. Scaries, D.
Cowen, D. Feroce, R. Dayoub, K. Holes, G. Shaffer,
W. Verdini, L. Onesi, H. Shaw.
THIRD ROVV: R. Sampson, R. Brown, F, Phaturos, W
Quigley, D. Olszewski, J. Meyer, B. Baehl, R. Shaf-
fer, R. Vendig, F. Salvay, A. Berkey.
FIRST ROW: L. Posteraro, D. Resh, S. Snow, K. John!
son, L. Marika, L. Demma, F. Toscano.
SECOND ROW: W. Devlin, K. Masnick, J. Deluca, J.
Kido, M. Lewandolwski, H. Bollinger, G. Daher, R.
Meledandri, J. Morabito.
THIRD ROW: W. Tiger, A. Kregiel, G. Harris, B. Dan-
anay, P. Liska, D. Beister, J. Leonardl, A. Baggetta,
FIRST ROW: J. Ciciarelli, W. Chaltco, N. O'SheII, D
Orcutt, J. Perry, L. Siegel.
SECOND ROW: R. Hunt, M. Furyk, M. Pastura, C
Brooks, E. Pelchar, R. Buono, E. Porco, W. Bartol
THIRD ROW: C. Johnson, W. Acre, J. Haddad, B
Hanyo, E. Pituch, C. Napierkowski, J. Favors, A
Silvestrin, S. Solar, T. Cerniclcy.
FIRST ROW: M. Santucci, E. Danko, G. Ankeny, M
DeStefano, D. Sarniak, J. Andring, K. Collodi.
SECOND ROW: D. Spisak, S. Lucci, C. Furioli, L. De
Simone, C. Kordalski, P. Killian, C. Cameron, V
Artuso, M. Pituch, L. Soulcheck.
THIRD ROW: K. Posafi, B. Macleia, B. RushnOCk, E
McAnich, M. Scott, L. Cashell, M. Clark, L. Vg:
lante, C. Lloyd, P. Vassar, J. Carmichael.
FIRST ROW: L. Woodall, E. Painter, R. Bulger,
Vasilopus, J. Mohney, W. Brunetti.
SECOND ROW: R. Brown, T. Mazer, E. Karluk,
Pavetto, L. Misconis, P. Meredith, G. Kemp,
Holetich, J. Mercurio, N. Graff.
THIRD ROW: J. Molchan, D. Baker, K. Grimes
Kearley, J. Stearman, J. McKlllop, G. Poulakis
Muirrin, A. Ringus, P. Mangone.
FIRST ROW: S. Smith, V. Manni, S. Smith, P. Nee E
Martin, V. Lapinski, P. McNally.
SECOND ROW: C. McKee, W. Black, L. White, C
Ostrowski, M. Bump, L. Lehman, B. Halwa, M. A
Fiscus, V. Grego, G.,Crissman, M. Farinelli.
THIRD ROW: J. Mazur, D. Allen, J. Edgar, R. Listwak
J. Bellavia, W. Ivy, C. McMeans, V. Fantuzzo, A
Holsing, P. Hershberger, G. Hustak, D. Marra.
The sophomores are The yeariings of The high school
and now for The TirsT Time are experiencing Their first
TasTe of acTuaI independence. In This capaciTy, They may
aT Times Try Too much or become TrighTened and dis-
couraged, buT never will They "give up The ship." AI-
Though The sophomore year is one never To be TorgoT-
Ten, They may view The road ahead wiTh anTicipaTion.
The sopohmores have a sTrong spiriT To succeed and
They will carry on in The spiriT in which They began.
STANDING: G. Joseph and F. Lombardo. SEATED: B. Tusing and D. Zilinski.
soPHoMoRE cLAss OFFICERS
Joseph ...,,,, ,,,..,,,,,,,,,, P resident
Lombrado ,,,,,,, Vice-President
Tusing ...,., ..,,v,,,,,., T reasurer
Zilinski ,,,...., Secrefary
FIRST ROW: B. Tusing, K. Lanfaloni, M. Potochnak, S.
Lanfaloni, C. Cianflone, P. Polsinelli, D. Zilinski.
SECOND ROW: T. Rushnock, D. Carabin, F. Phillip, E.
Manley, E. Cresretto, L. Corchia, S. Albanese, L.
George, G. Smith, C. Conwell, T. Saulle, D. Batten.
THIRD ROW: R. Soroka, R. Palochik, R. Nlalecki, J.
Sarniak, J. Makuto, R. Jefferson, A. Encisoi, T.
Pivarski, W. Mallough, J. Schmidt, P. Capo.
FIRST ROW: C. Mohney, K. Mercurio, C. Nicasfro, L.
Pugliese, P. Marcanfonio, M. Martz, J. Arabia.
SECOND ROW: P. Vrudny, D. Tufelo, M. Mafisko, L.
Szoch, L. Baranski, M. Vetovich, B. Ansilio, S
THIRD ROW: S. Cani, K. Yotz, B. Minnick, C. Mac-
Donald, T. Crusan, T. Maufino, F. Deluca, K. Allen.
FIRST ROW: R. Cernicky, K. Warden, J. Galie, J.
UePefro, R. Falcon, L. Glover, M. Sanrucci, J. Mon-
dale, C. Guzzi, R. Deyarmin.
SECOND ROW: J. George, S. Spisak, M. Zamperini,
E. Scosky, J. Roberts, D. Morella, E. Williams, E.
Delladonne, K. Malgotf, W. Heasley.
THIRD ROW: E. Frazier, J. Bondra, T. Arfowsky, D.
Gourley, J. Dayoub, J. Bua, A. Baroni, J. Cimino,
R. Colella, T. Tuielo, D. Abboti, M. Brandolino,
D. Cieslinski, T. Grabowski, G. DePaIma.
FIRST ROW: J. Brern, M. Allen, J, EIweII, M. Doutt
D. Hecker, D. Mazur, N. Chodkowski, M. Berczek
SECOND ROW: T. Soltys, T. Ricchuito, F. Lombardo
E. Rataiczak, M. Bindas, V. DuPont, O. Licata
B. Lutsky, W. Richards, F. Cecchetti.
THIRD ROW: J. Tymoczko, E. Rataiczak, D. Hanna, D
Kunicki, D. Barbiaux, G. Leonard, G. Bahnak, G
Joseph, D. Choltco, D. Hornan, K. Kowal, R. Dunbar
K. Yotz, G. Peconi, D. Singleton.
FIRST ROW: R. Calcagno, M. Brown, A. Painter, G.
Calbert, P. Pesce, R. McFaII, D. Gentile.
SECOND ROW: J. Manclwini, L. Barbieri, R. Herschl,
R. Andring, R. Bellini, G. Adams, D. Higgins, R.
Sperski, B. Fiorina.
THIRD ROW: R. Stiveson, K. Cowen, R. Kuzak, K.
Stenger, W. McKibbin, W. Smith, D. Jordan, R
Haggart, E. Palchinski, G. Geisinger, J. DeVore.
Ready to crow!
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
SEATED K Stanko treasurer D Graziano, presidentg E. Solomon, vicepresidentg S. Clineg secretary.
STANDING Mrs Sipes Mr Peretti advisors.
The Freshman year at Arnold is both an ending
and a beginning.
lt is an end to the irresponsibility and freedom
of junior high, to the days of having all of our
decisions made for us.
But more important it is a beginning. It is the
year when courses are chosen for the formative
years of high school, when the first class officers
are elected. It is the year when the first money
for the still far-off prom is raised. And it is the year
when our freshmen begin to form the personalities
and character they will possess at graduation.
FIRST ROW: C. Crawford, S. Bliss, R. Robinson, K.
Elias, B. Monieleone, R. Cameron, H. Gufnecht.
SECOND ROW: P. Pagliaro, V. Martz, S. Cimino, R.
Kunicki, G. Briggs, N. Marika, C. Cali, C. Clark
THIRD ROW: M, Kido, W. Bostic, F. Sproull, J. Gard-
ner, D. Kowal, D. Restori, W. Bump, K. Renock, E.
FIRST ROW: A. Guzzo, P, Gentile, R. DeS1'efano, G.
Adamosky, K. Bielek, M. Toscano, P. Forsha.
SECOND ROW: M. Windsor, R. Adams, M. Dayoub,
P. Young, D. McEIheny, B. Timmerberg, B. Pulcini,
L. Wolfe, D. Wolfe.
THIRD ROW: T. Johnson, J. Garto, K. Taylor, F.
Manni, G. Rees, J. Blissell, W. Sabo.
FIRST ROW: C. Enciso, V. Scoff, S. Novick, K.
Schmaley, R. Wroblewski, J. Pesce, M. Gentile,
SECOND ROW: C. Malecki, K. Barr, D. Tarhay, M.
Cowen, C. Sopcak, A. DeMao, L. Stiveson, G.
THIRD ROW: M. Bryan, W. Speck, J. Pryzrnenski, C.
Henry, J: Ryba, J. Householder, P. Campbell.
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nizsr ROWFTA. Afbuckie, D. smoke, L. scan, c:
O'Shell, S. Ha'nii5j"Mf-Mangone, J. Ansani.
SECOND ROW: C. Bernardi, E. McNally, L. Cascone
F. Martin, E. Eiseman, W. Conwell, L. Masarik, G
Plate, D. Gigler, S. Baksis, R. Paul,
THIRD ROW: M. Peconi, J. Mishlal, J. Shanahan, A
Roberts, J. Wardoclip, J. Briffingham, A. Fiscus
R. Hopkins, B. Claypoole.
FIRST ROW: N. Turco, J. Miglorisi, D. Guido, K.
Sianko, D. DeMao, J. Bellomo, J. Tallarico.
SECOND ROW: S. Cline, N. Zambanini, S. Teclaw,
T. Reigharcl, H. Allen, F. Mangieri, K. Jones, F.
Adams, R. Audo, T. Licafa, H. Stanko, P. Bender,
J. A. Carfer.
THIRD ROW: K. Whalen, D. Graziano, M. Wolfson,
G. Traenkner, T, Sekelsky, D. Manley, J. Elliott,
D. Lousche, F. Kordalski, T. Shields, G. Pellish, D.
Anral, W. Texier.
"Busy as beavers!"
FIRST ROW: W. Elwell, K. Gump, A. Marcantonio,
A. Cecchetti, J. Enciso, D. Biricocchi, W. Kerr.
SECOND ROW: C. Zambanini, D. Kearley, B. Walker,
C. Capo, C. Arbuckle, M. Myers, M. L. Forsha, C.
Ross, B. Berardone, V. J. Birty, B. Walker, R.
THIRD ROW: P. Novick, D. Melson, P. Sharick, M.
Marra, D. Janicik, P. Carter, R. Fisher, J. Defassio,
V. Corsi, H. Johnston.
FIRST ROW: J. Mazary, G. McNally, B. Krason, F.
Sharrock, R. Kemp, H. MacDonald, A. D'Evadio,
SECOND ROW: C. Torchia, S. Rumbaugh, M. Elwood,
D. Larussa, P. Smith, R. Jefferson, L. Snow, D.
Solomon, D. Moskus, L. Ward, J. Polito, A. Gustaf-
THIRD ROW: B. Gamerro, C. Drolz, L. Holes, J.
McCoy, S. Meso, P. Briggs, L. Johnson, D. Bigenho
R. Snow, D. Dumont, C. Enciso.
FIRST ROW: T. Puffini, P. Callahan, J. Mercurio, D.
Trecziak, P. McHenry, W. Wenzel, J. Arabia, D.
Zilinski, F. Arabia.
SECOND ROW: R. McEIheny, J. Graham, P. Tuttle,
L. J. Dunn, A. Conner, L. Haracznak, M. Halwa,
F. Bongiovanni, S. Bostic, D. Stuck, R, Collodi, A.
THIRD ROW: C. Stanko, J. Naccarato, S. Guido, M.
Soulcheck, L. Hilovsky, P. Beiester, C. Jenkins, C.
Conwell, D. D'Achille, P. Cirigliano, C. Vasil.
FIRST ROW: K. Mondale, K. Stanko, L. Mele, D. Falco,
P. Mangotne, S. DeMao, M. Rizzo, J. Luloresky, S.
SECOND ROW: D. Gatto, L. Gabrish, A. Timko, M
Provenzano, M. Rodites, J. Chodkowski, M. Mautino
R. Domanski, B. Beveridge, T. Pagano, G. Szmyd
R. Stewart, R. Heasley, L. Greb, C. Fischer.
THIRD ROW: L. Rushnock, M. Matviko, B. Joseph, J
Timko, D. Baroni, C. Ogurkis, J. Holsing, K. Halwa
M. F. Ozdany, C. Matisko, G. Salati.
FIRST ROW: J. Dananay, P. Speck, B. Bump, W
Golembiewski, M. Elwood, R. Armstrong, B. Temp
est, R. Helgert, J. Powell, D. DeFeIices.
SECOND ROW: M. Papa, D. Taylor, Toni Trofnoff, K
Kelly, D. Clark, F. Wolfe, V. Torchia, B. Black, D
Berfolino, L. Carlisle, N. Shearer, E. Morgan.
THIRD ROW: J. Albert, J. Drolz, G. Black, B. Pryor
D. Lippert, A. Snow, L. Sexton, P. Frederinko, W
Harris, E. Zilinski.
FIRST ROW: G. Bliss, C. Cernicky, E. Cecchetti, J.
Chiappetta, B. Troutman, M. Soroka, W. Mohney,
S. Guido, C. Crawford, D. Calcagno.
SECOND ROW: J. Koziura, D. Buhl, D. Gentile, L.
Greco, D. Grego, H. Dietrich, J. Schwetz, S. Adams,
S. Trempus, S, Chizar.
THIRD ROW: W. Peffer, S. Phillip, C. Heighes, N.
Mahan, T. Tarhay, K. Peconi, R. Buchanan, L. Cian-
flone, R. Mazur.
FIRST ROW: W. Wolosyn, P. Simak, R. Holes, S,
Valchar, D. Onesi, D. Adamosky, T. Moses, M. Fazio,
SECOND ROW: R. Kozora, P. Krason, T. Fazio, S.
Seft, J. Johnson, C. Taliani, D. Norris, D. Cherkes,
N. Eavlick, S. Bindas.
THIRD ROW: P. Glover, D. Holsing, J. Tinnemeyer,
S. Procopio, S. Healey, S. Saellam, G. MacDonald
C. Gatto, L. Sieracki.
FIRST ROW: P. Manni, J. Baterak, D. Acohe, M. Tier-
ney, T. Martin, R. Pryzmenski, D. Sendyhar, P.
Lomondo, R, Bulceni.
SECOND ROW: D. Licata, G. Solomon, D. Pugliese,
J. Doutt, S. Dupell, P. Sagalio, D. DeRose, D.
Licata, L. Weber, P. Tallarico, A. Wicks.
THIRD ROW: D. Enciso, A. Tusing, M. S, Dumont, D,
Kudlock, M. Trebec, R. Planchak, J. Leonardi, S.
Collodi, D. Verdini.
Outstanding Ninth Grader
Outstanding Seventh Grader
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Outstanding Eighth Graders
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Avid cooperation . . . "Wha1's so interesting back there!"
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Business ManagerseM. Scanga, S. Pellish, M. Clark, P. Calderini
Literary Editors 77777 7 S. Namey, R. Korowicki, E. Cox, D. Hopkins,
J. Rakvic, K. Noel, N. McGinnis, D. Vigilante, L. Hanes, D. Morrell
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Each year our yearbook has broadened and improved. Each one is a record of all our school
memories. They are links between the future andthe past - a reminder of the best years of our
From the first plans of the book to the finished product, revisions and new ideas are constantly
being used to improve the book. Identifying pictures, composing senior write-ups, choosing colors,
and typing dummy sheets only begin the work of the Arlion staff.
This year the Arlion has a new advisor, Mr. Curcio. Along with him, the Arlion staff sincerely
hopes that this book will be the best yet.
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FIRST ROW: J. Rakvic, D. Vigilante, D. Morrell, M. Clark, M. Farinelli, R. Korowcki, D. Acone, M Rogers L Ansam
SECOND ROW: Mr. Curcio, Advisor, D. Hopkins, N. McGinnis, K. Noel, P. Nee, G. Artman, C. Cameron E Cox S Pellish P Caldermi M
Scanga, S. Namey.
The Arnold Student Council
has been the most democratic
body in the school. Under the
supervision of Mr. McGuire,
the Student Council interprets
the ideas of students, makes
needed improvements, and is
the voice of all those who wish
to be heard.
The Student Council handles
many functions, such as:
Christmas Card Sale, dances,
elections, hall monitors, in-
specting lockers, and schedul-
ing sales for other clubs.
The Council consists of these
students most capable of rep-
resenting their fellow students.
This year's Council has done
many favorable things to im-
prove our school.
This marks the third success-
ful year of the G.L.C. with Miss
Troiano as advisor.
The club has a closed mem-
bership for girls in the ninth
through twelfth grades, and
each member must maintain a
The purpose of this organi-
zation is " . . . to stimulate in-
terest and growth in athletic
activities, to promote good fel-
lowship, and to foster a spirit
of genuine sportsmanship
among the girls of this school."
Through her many experi-
ences and tasks, each girl
learns leadership and good
You can readily agree that
the G.L.C. has lived up to its
standards. We hope that this
fine organization will continue
to keep the good record it has
FIRST ROW: B. Tusing, T. Audo, C. Chipoletti, M. Chizar, B. Minnick, C. Signorella, D. Zilinski.
SECOND ROW: Mr. McGuire, Advisor, W. Verdini, A. Molli, B. Halwa, R. Korowicki, P. Nee, M.
Bindas, L. DeSimone, C. Mentecky, B. Bongiovanni, L. Marika, J. Dayoub, G. DePalma, R.
Coyle. THIRD ROW: G. Hustak, G. Picone, A. Ringus, F. Phaturos, A. Silvestrin, C. Beveridge,
G. Bitner, G. Joseph, C. Pagano, W. Clark, H. Bollinger, R. Richards, R. Romeo, G. Welsh.
FIRST ROW: B. Tusing, C. Schrack, L. Suatoni, M. K. Clark, R. Korowicki, S. Namey, R. Resick.
SECOND ROW: Miss Troiano, Advisor, S. Spires, B. Halwa, L. Corchia, S. Albanese, P. Nee, P.
Wrable, L. Sharick, C. Cameron, G. Corey, D. Hecker, S. Cowen.
FIRST ROW: D. Fuge, M. Santucci, S. Smith, J. Arabia. SECOND ROW: F. DeLuca, J. Ziglinski,
C. Guzzi, M. DeStephans, E. Cani, K. Posati, K. Allen, M. Rogers, R. Sharick, J. Mondale. THIRD
ROW: Miss Fryer, Advisor: K. Yotz, M. Derbaum, C. Lloyd, L. Glover, M. Matisko, B. Madeia,
V. Artuso, B. Halwa, S. Lucci, M. Scott, D. Spisak, E. Williams, J. Rakvic, R. Falcon, B. Rush-
nock, R, lnglese. FOURTH ROW: M. A. Watters, R. Ryba, N. McGinnis, T. Crusan, S. Cowen, S
Spires, C. Cameron, C. Kordalski, L. Baranski, P. Killian, L. Szoch, A. Molli, D. Fantuso, L.
Hanes, M. Zamperini, S. Corradene.
FIRST ROW: S. Savage, C. Franzak, S. Cline, S. Namey, S. Szaina. SECOND ROW: J. Andring,
E. Danko, J. Balie, E. Martin, P. Vassar, E. McAnnich, J. DePetro, C. Nicastro, C. Collodi, D.
Samiak. THIRD ROW: M. Santucci, D. Barbiaux, M. K. Clark, K. Malgott, T. Mautino, M. Fiscus,
C. Furioli, M. Pituch, C. Ostroski, L. Cashell, V. Lapinski, K. Mondale, M. Martz, P. Nee, L.
Vigilante. FOURTH ROW: P. Vrudney, L. DeFelice, D. Bilicki, A. Beister, B. Baranski, E. Rhine,
M. Vetovich, L. Sharick, J. Roberts, L. Lehman, D. Marello, E. Scosky, J. Kowal, K. Noel,
S. Spisak, L. Sbulcheck, L. Reighard.
Under the guidance of Miss
Fryer and Mrs. Wrobleski, the
F.H.A. strives for bettering
themselves as future home-
Working in proiects tied in
with their home economic
classes, the girls learned to
appreciate the ioys and satis-
factions of such a career. Their
many activities included serv-
ing for the prom, selling cook-
books and making gifts for the
The Library Club is an or-
ganization which devotes much
of its Time and energy to keep-
ing up our efficient library. Un-
der the supervision of Mr. Galli,
our librarian, the girls enjoy
doing such duties as typing
and filing cards, writing over-
due notices, mending books,
and preparing new books for
circulation. An expression of
appreciation should be con-
veyed to this deserving staff.
The Future Nurses Club of
America supplies the necessary
experience for girls entering
the nursing field. Under the
capable instruction of Mrs.
Tannas, our school nurse, the
girls are prepared for a better
understanding of nursing.
All members are required
to serve a certain amount of
time at the hospital as candy-
stripers in order to learn and
appreciate the career of nurs-
FIRST ROW: P. Kelly, K. Lanfaloni, F. Toscano, C. Roberts, C. Silvis, S. Brem, D. Zilinski
SECOND ROW: Mr. Galli, M. Hall, P. Polsinelli, J. Hale, K. Johnson, K. Confer, J. Meyer, L
Corchia, M. Zamperini, L. Dowhower.
FIRST ROW: D. Latkey, T. Audo, V. Manni, M. Berczek, F. Mandarino, L. Pugliese, K. Mercurio.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Tannas, Advisor, S. Minnick, L. White, P. Marcantonio, C. Mentecky, E.
Manley, D. Tutelo, S. Torchia, F. Phillip, B. Nawatka, B. Minnick, C. Mohney. THIRD ROW: G.
Ankeny, B. Bongiovanni, B. Ansilio, L. DeSimone, P. Chodkowski, P. Wrable, M. Demao, N.
Stewart, G. MacDonald, L. Dietrich, J. Carmichael, P. McNally.
FIRST ROW: B. Clark, G. Shaffer, B. DeMao, R. Vendig, D. Cianflone. SECOND ROW: G. De-
Palma, J. Makuta, J. DeLuca, D. Laporte, R.
J. Molchan, D. Olszewski, G. Leonardi, D.
R. Haracznak, J. Stanko, C. Beveridge, D.
L. Misik, R. Shaffer, J. Peconi, A. Berkey,
Brown, J. Collodi, L. Brown, B. Pacha, D. Postupack,
Kunicki, Key Club Advisor, Mr. Smith. THIRD ROW:
Marra, H. Harris, F. Naccarato, V. Grego, B. Bedell,
B. Palochik, F. Cecchetti.
FIRST ROW: W. Richards, F. Lombardo, J.
ROW: S. Vasilopus, E. Rataiczak, J. Mazur, R. Sampson, P. Meredith, R.
D. Gentile. THIRD ROW: A. Zito, G. Hustak, E. Pelchar, D. Duncan, R.
Aftanas, D. Allen, J. Perry, E. Monternurro. FOURTH ROW: C. Hamish, R.
Stuck, V. Fantuzzo, J. Coglio, H. Demao, C. Johnson, F. Phaturos, W.
Maiure, A. Windsor, Mr. F. Martin, Advisor. FIFTH ROW: L. Kearley, R.
Silvestrin, D. Olivo, D. Beister, C. Napierkowski, G. Joseph, J. Favors, C.
Pagnotta, C. McMeans, J. Ludwiczak.
Ciciarelli, G. Welsh, M. Farinelli, D. Batten. SECOND
Andring, J. Morabito,
Stanko, C. Brooks, E.
Richards, S. Phillips, J.
Baker, J. Bellavia, A.
Colella, R. Fabian, A.
Pagano, J. Easley, A.
The Arnold Key Club is a ser-
vice organization sponsored by
the New Kensington Kiwanis. Mr.
Smith, the advisor of the group,
works with the boys to establish
unselfish attitudes a rn o n g its
Members may be found clean-
ing the stadium, holding dances,
sponsoring the annual tureen din-
ner, and performing a number of
small but still important tasks in
the school and on the campus.
They also help in various Kiwanis
The Football Club gives the
boys of the football team and Mr.
Martin a chance to meet and dis-
cuss informally the team's plays
and weaknesses. Each member of
the team has a chance to express
his opinion throughout the con-
versations. Movies are shown to
find trouble spots on the line as
well as in the backfield. Mr. Mar-
tin, the sponsor, also points out
the strong points and the weak-
nesses of the opposing team. The
Football Club, besides its weekly
meeting, has a physical fitness
program in which the boys meet
throughout the wee k to lift
The career of Teaching in-
volves many rewarding mo-
ments, as well as a lot of hard
work. It is the purpose of the
Future Teachers of America to
bring both facets of teaching
to the attention of its mem-
Advised by Mrs. Ursic and
Miss Cribbs, the club carries
on many activities. Long-term
projects include assisting teach-
ers with paperwork and read-
ing to children at the library
during the summer. Members
also serve as ushers during
open house. An annual candy
sale provides funds used for a
scholarship to be given to the
most deserving senior.
The Mathematics Club un-
der the direction of Mr. Gear-
hard is well represented by its
members. The club meets to
study and discuss mathemat-
ical problems not covered in
Members are able to discuss
these problems with open
minds and bring forth their
opinions of the various prob-
The Club's goal is to stim-
ulate clear thinking and better
understanding of mathematics.
ROW l: L. Monternurro, C. Schrack, M. Scanga, C. Chipoletti, R. Mazur, K. Lanfaloni, P. Pituch,
M. Allen, F. Ventorini. ROW 2: P. Clark, D. Broad, C. Edwards, V. Cepko, M. Corsi, M
Doutt, E. Crestetto, J. Elwell, M. Machara, L. Demma, R. Re-sick, L. Sautoni. ROW 3: Miss Cribbs,
N. Chodkowski, G. Corey, S. Albanese, V. Dupont, M. Lewandowski, P. Nee, J. Pavlick, J.
Havely, C. Yankov, M. Bindas, l. Franzi, K. Johnson, L. Yost, D. Hecker, D. Mazur, S. Fiorina,
Mrs. Ursic. ROW 4: J. Bryan, L. Dowhower, R. Deyarmin, W. Heasley, B. Lutsky, E. Rataiczak,
J. Cimino, T. Pivarski, P. Liska, D. Donati, D. Licata, J. Kido, E. Frazier, A. Ricchuito, D. Resch,
ROW l: K. Edgar, E. Frazier, G. Chrissman, J. Mercurio, K. Masnick, H. Shaw, S. McKee, E.
Bender, J. Kuchta. ROW 2: Mr. J. Gearhard, H. Bollinger, L. Schantz, F. Salvay, W. Tyger,
A. Kregiel, L. Misconis, J. Pavetto, J. Matviko, A. Holsing, P. Hershberger, K. Yotz.
FIRST ROW: F. Ventorini, M. Rogers, P. Pituch, D. Vigilante, M. Derbaum. SECOND ROW: L.
Ansani, N. McGinnis, L. Dowhower, D. Hopkins, A. Molli, Miss Caldwell, Advisor. THIRD ROW:
E. Cox, D. Duncan, D. Postupack, L. Schantz, J. Ludwiczak, D. Cianflone, R. Korowicki.
FIRST ROW: K. Mercurio, C. Chipoletti, B. Minnick, P. Calderini, L, Suatoni, F. Ventorini, R
Mazur, P. Clark, T. West. SECOND ROW: F. Mandarino, L. Dowhower, M. Matisko, M. Lewan-
clowski, L. Johnson, P. Chodkowski, K. Johnson, G. Corey, C, Milton, E. Cox, S. Albanese, A
Molli, R. Rieser, M. Doutt, Mrs. Ursic, Advisor. THIRD ROW: D. Marra, J. Kuchta, F. Salvay,
J. Sarniak, D. Donati, T. Pivarski, P. Dananay, J. Easley, J. Ludwiczak, E. Rataiczak, R. Dunbar,
R. Bell, J. Mercurio.
Character, service, leader-
ship, and scholarship are the
four characteristics which a
member of The National Honor
Society must possess. Member-
ship does not single out the
members from the rest of the
students, it merely commends
those who excel so they may
Character is one's high moral
fiber, service is one's dedica-
tion to serve mankind, leader-
ship is one's willingness to lead
his classmates, and scholar-
ship is one's hard work pre-
paring for his future. The sev-
enteen members of the 1964
class all strive for these charac-
The members of this society
will leave high school prepared
to conquer any difficult situa-
Latin C lub
Thirty-six charter members
of the newly formed Latin Club
of A.H.S. ratified their consti-
tution on Nov. 5, 1963. Under
this constitution the members
worked on various committees
which planned and execuwd
the regularly scheduled bi-
Meeting early in the morn-
ing, the group endeavored
through active participation to
enrich its knowledge and un-
derstandings of the Latin lan-
guage. Among other things
they sought to demonstrate
that Latin is not a dead lan-
guage but a foundation on
which we have built many
facets of our modern life.
The Auto Shop, under the
guidance of Mr. Livrone, con-
sists of students taking the
vocational auto course.
The members meet once a
week to discuss any problems
they may have relating to the
Their obiective is to promote
fellowship and unity within
the groups and to exchange
any ideas they may have con-
cerning their goals.
The Arnold High School Ma-
chine Shop Club is under the
supervision and direction of
Mr. Gressly, and is open to any
student belonging to the voca-
tional machine shop.
The main purpose of the or-
ganization is to help these fu-'
ture machinists, gather and
study the valuable information
confronting our machinists of
today. The highlights of this
club are the projects and sur-
veys they make during the
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FIRST ROW: G. Welsh, W. Brunetti, G. Calbert, P. Pesce, S. Vasilopus, J. Manchini, J. Sergi,
M. Brown, R. Bulger, J. McFaII, J. Mohney. SECOND ROW: Mr, Livrone, Advisory O. Higgins, L
Barbieri, R. Butler, T. Mazer, G. Adams, J. Devore, R. Stivenson, E. Palchinski, P. Mangone
R. Sperski, G. Kemp, N. Graff, J. Galie, W. Brown, B. Fiorina. THIRD ROW: A. Ringus, K
Grimes, F. Murrin, R. Keller, D. Jordan, P. Lippert, R. Stiveson, W. Smith, M. Marletti, T
Forrest, C. Heberling, G. Geisinger, R. Kuzak, G, Paulakis, D. Baker, D. Vawerchak.
FIRST ROW: K. Stenger, J. McKillop, R. Maiure, W. Bostic, V. Stearman, F. Paul, R. Painter.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Gressly, Advisor, A. Painter, E. Karluk, L. Woodall, J. Haggart, T. Tutelo,
D. Gentile, R. Calcagno. THIRD ROW: A. Maiure, D. Munshower, S. Phillips, L. Kearley, W.
McKibbin, J. Coglio, K. Cowen, P. Meredith, R. Bellini, R. Andring.
FIRST ROW: Trudy Audo, Carol Chipoletti, Marlene Corsi, Susan Cline. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bongiovanni,
Rosalind Korowicki, Ronald Meledanclri, Kathy Confer, Danny Cowen, Bill Verdini. THIRD ROW: John
Leonardi, Dennis Olszewski, Glenn Bitner, Alan Berkey, Richard Dayoub.
You clon't say!
Senior Class Play
"Is everybody ready? Places! Lights!" That was
the director, Mr. Massaro, reciting the words that
made the hearts of all the students associated with
"Strange Boarders" sound like anti-aircraft guns.
One last look at the director and all the actors were
To the audience out front a play may be only
an evening's entertainment, but to the cast it means
weeks of hard work, drill galore, and many sleep-
less nights. There was a real live audience out
there waiting to be entertained and it was up to
the cast to entertain them.
The play, "Strange Boarders," took place in a
small New England town in the boarding house
owned by Cordelia Tuttle. To the already mixed-up
house came two "strange boarders," Amity and
Priscilla Haines. The plot develops around them
and a gang of bank robbers. How Cordelia and the
Captain finally capture the entire gang proved to
be very interesting.
Tonight's Yhe night.
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Empty now, but not for long.
Lights! Action! Camera!
Our director, Mr. W. Massaro
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KNEELING: G. Montemurro, D. Olivo, A. Pagnoha.
STANDING: Senior Cheerleaders-C. Signorella, S. Namey, S. Szaina
FRONT: C. Signorella.
KNEELING L. Moniemurro, S. Szaina
STANDING: B. Halwa, C. Cameron, S. Namey
Carole Signorella, Captain
BOTTOM: B. Tusing, J. Carmichael, B. Bongiovanni, P. Kelly. TOP: L. Marika, R. Resick.
. BOTTOM: K. Sfanko, S. Cline.
TOP: B. Bongio-vanni.
A very co-operaTive and peppy group are The
cheerleaders. These girls have succeeded in keeping
up The schooI's spiriT and morale. Regardless of The
disfance of The Type of weaTher, The cheerleaders
never failed To be There cheering for The Team,
Under The fine supervision of Miss Troiano, These
girls have proven To be a viTal asseT To The aThIeTic
BOTTOM: S. CaIcagno,, M. Meyers, MIDDLE: L. Mele, S. Phillips, S.
Collodi, K. Stanko. TOP: P. Cirigliano, S. Cline.
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ROW 1: E. Bender, G. DePalma, R. Palochik, J. Migliorisi, D. Guida, F. Mangieri, D. Laporte, F. Adams, D. Anfal. ROW 2: L, Onesi, G
Pellish, W. Richards, R. Romeo, R. Pacha, D. Cianflone, D. Gourly, J. Bua, D. Duncan, T. Shields, J. Picone, G. Daher. ROW 3
J. Collodi, F. Nacarrato, J. Molchan, W. Clark, J. Leon-ard, R. Brown, J. Makufa, W. Acre, P. Gavasto, D. Olszewski, J. Ellioit, E. Pituch
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R. Korowicki S. Lucci L. White E. McAninch 5. Cline
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ROW 1: W. DeMao, R, Audo, A, Licata, N. Turko, M. Wolfson, D. DeMao, J. Bellamo, G. Corey, M. Corsi, C. Schrack, S. Minnick, H.
Sfanko, M. M. Martz. ROW 2: H. DeMao, R' RiChaI'dS, R. Meledandri, G. Schaffer, D. Licata, T. Reighard, D. Abbott, J. Havely, K. Johnson,
O. Robinson W. Bedell. 5- MCKE5 C- Milfofb 5- Mif1"1iCk, W. Texfef, C. Jones, ROW 3: P. Liska, D. Manley, W. Andrews, G. Leonardi,
D., Hornan, b.'Louche, D. Cholto, T. Sekelsky, G. Barbiaux, R. Vendig, F. Kordalski, J. DeLuca, D. Postppack, J, Sianko, L. Musik, H
Johnson, E. Frazer.
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Junior Hi h Band
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FIRST ROW: S. Turco, W. Kerr, M. Ciuffoletti, C. Crawford, L. Greco, S. Guido, D. Bender, R. Pryzmenski, L. Buhl, D. Sendykar J S wetz
D. Buhl, D. Calcagno. SECOND ROW: J. Chiapetta, J. Koziura, W. Elwell, R. Mazur, D. Biricocchi, A. Cecchetti, R. Stewart, B. Walker C Ross N
Mahan, P. Sharick, B. Berardone, D. Grego, M. Myers, J. Enciso, K. Stanko, H. Dietrich, S. Chizar, W. Peffer, D. Artosky. THIRD ROW W
Mohney, C. Heighes, K. Gump, R. Buchanan, M. Rodites, M. Provenzano, V. Corsi, L. Rusnock, P. Carter, M. Marra, D. Janicik, G Salah R
Fisher, J. DeFassio, H. Johnston, R. Pagano, G- Szmyd, A. Tusing, A. Marcantonio, E. Cecchetti.
FIRST ROW: E. Manley, J. Elvvell, L. Corchia, D. Hecker, P. Polsinelli, M. Doutf. SECOND ROW: L. Revotti, Director, C. Guzzi M.
Berczek, L. Pugliese, K. Yotz, K. Lanfalotni, K. Allen, J. Arabia. THIRD ROW: P. Vrudny, C. MacDonald, M. Mafisko, V. Dupont, J.
Roberts, B. Ansilio, E. Scosky, K. Malgott.
FIRST ROW: D. Latkey, K. Alcibiade, L. DeFelice, D. Donati, C. Salandria, T. West. SECOND ROW: L. Ravotti, Director, D. Neasi, A.
Cimino, D. Mattern, B. Rushnoclc, H. Gazdo, R. Ryba, G. Kitzer, P. Wrable, J. Bertotni, N. Stewart, R. Resick, A. Rushnock, C
Roberts, C. Lloyd. THIRD ROW: M. A. Watters, K. Johnson, F. Cecchetti, R. Buono, T. Cernicky, A. Kregiel, J. Sherron, B. Bell, P.
Hartman, W. Bartolovich, O. Robinson, L. Reigljnard, S. Powell.
FIRST ROW: P. Manni, D. Acone, J. Lubresky, M. Tierney, D. Pugliese, J. Douit, L. Weber. SECOND ROW: L. Gabrish, D. Gallo, C.
Belli, G. Solomon, K. Elias, R. Domanski, J, Leonardi, D. Licafa, B. Monteleone, D. Enciso, J. Tallarico, K. Mondale. THIRD ROW: M.
Mautino, N. Zambanini, K. Whalen, C. Ogurkis, K. Halwa, C. Cali, M. Trebac, G. Briggs, C. Clark, V. Marfz, M. Ozdany, B. Joseph,
J. Rizzo, P. Tallarico, S. Collodi.
Junior Hi h Choir
FIRST ROW: C. Crawford, D. DeRose, T. Martin, D. Verdini, P. Pagliaro, D. Falcon, J. Paterak. SECOND ROW: L. Ravotfi, Director
R. Heasley, A. Wicks, P. Mangone, A. Timko, S. DeMao, R. Planchak, R. Robinson, D. Verdini, S. Dupell, L. Mele, P. Lomando, M
Rizzo. THIRD ROW: P. Sgalio, S. Bliss, C. Fischer, L. Greb, R. Beveridge, J. Holsing, M. S. Dupont, J. Chodkowski, C. Maiisko
S. Cimino, R. Kunicki, N. Marika, D. Baroni, J. Timko, S, Teclaw, M. Mafviko.
Our thanks to Miss Kengor.
There comes a time every spring when the students'
hearts turn To thoughts of the Junior-Senior Prom.
Palm trees, igloos, windmills and rocket ships-all
these refer to May 24, i963, when the Juniors and
Seniors took a trip around the world.
It was hard to believe that these same boys and girls
are the ones you see at school each day. lt's a never-
to-be-forgotten experience, the Junior-Senior Prom.
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Now, Pam, don't pick those flowers. Prom
Fancy meeting you here!
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When do we eat?
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Looks like someone's having a good time
Mr. Pallone and friend.
Looks like everyone's having fun.
Scenes Around School . .
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On yearbook . . . At typing
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Relax! and enioy . . . the thrill of if all
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". . . Let The word go forth from This time and place,
to friend and foe alike, that The Torch has been passed
To a new generation of Americans-born in This cen-
tury, Tempered by vvar, disciplined by a hard and
bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage . , ."
John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address
January 20, 1961
I n Memoriam
John F. Kennedy
The following pages are dedicated to our late President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a happy, healthy
symbol of The might and invulnerability of his nation. Mr. Kennedy's desire To develop The body as
well as The mind has greatly increased The stability of youth. He strove by This means to help The
youth of today become the leaders of tomorrow. Even though his sudden death has curtailed his im-
pprtant role in promoting physical fitness, his efforts and attainments shall forever be cherished by
By Pamela J. Nee
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A. MAIURE D. DUNCAN J. LUDWICZAK A- ZITO R. FABIAN
A. PAGNOTTA J. STUCK D. ouvo E4 MONTENIURPO C. PHILLIPS
C. PAGANO A. WINDSOR G- WELSH R. RICHARDS
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R. Romito and F. Martin.
FIRST RQW: J. Perry, J. Ciciarelli, A. Zito, S. Vasilopus, F. Lombardo, G. Welsh. SECOND ROW: Mr. O. Phillips, Assistant Coach, E. Monte
murro, J. Coglio, G. Hustak, V. Fantuzzo, E. Aftanas, C. Brooks, A. Windsor, D. Olivo, Mr. M. Peretti, Assistant Coach. THIRD ROW: Mr
F. Martin, Coach, J. Ludwiczak, D. Duncan, A. Pagnotta, J. Stuck, A. Maiure, F. Phaturos, R. Richards, S. Phillips, C. Johnson, J. Bellavia
Mr. R. Romifo, Assistant Coach. FOURTH ROW: L. Toaso, G. Joseph, W. Baker, C. Napierkowski, A. Silvestrin, C. Pagano, J. Fabian, D
Beiester, L. Kearley, H. DeMao.
C. Young of Freeport snowed under by host of Lions.
What's orange and blue and can't be stopped?
Coach Martin shows fighting spirit.
A. Windsor makes desperate attempt to
. snag aerial.
Under the fiery leadership of Coach Frank Martin, the Lions
completed a highly successful grid campaign with only one
blemish on their record. The heartbreaking loss to Freeport,
who went on to capture the A.l.C. crown, gave our gridders
a record of nine wins and one loss, and runner-up honors in
the Allegheny interscholastic Conference.
Highlighting the grid season was the victory over Leech-
burg, i8-6, which knocked the Blue Devils out of the running
for the W.P.I.A.L. Class A and A.l.C. titles.
lronically, the Lions, in capturing runner-up honors, amassed
a higher point rating in the conference than the previous year
when they clinched the championship.
We extend our congratulations and praise to our excellent
coaching staff and rugged athletes.
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Stellar signal caller - D, Olivo
Arnold ,,,, A,.,, 2 O Plum .. .- O
Arnold 26 West Deer . i3
Arnold i3 Freeport 7,,do . 20
Arnold ., 27
Tarentum , ,,., , 7
Penn Claridge -, 6
Ford City .,7,,,, 7
Oakrnont o,,7 6
Leechburg .,,.o7,, 6
Springdale . ., .- O
G. Montemurro, the Lions speedy scatback.
SENIOR HEADLINERS-FRONT: R. Richards, A. Maiure, G. Montemurro, A. Zito, G. Welsh, J. Stuck.
BACK: J. Ludwiczak, H. DeMao, A. Pagnotta, R. Fabian, C. Pagano, D. Olivo, L. Toaso, J. Coglio, D.
Duncan, S. Phillips.
FIRST ROW: D. Gentile, G. Joseph, G. Hustak, J. Perry, S. Vasilopus, F. Lombardo, E. Aftanas, D. Batten.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Swab, Asst. Coach: Mr. Rocchi, Asst. Coach, J. Morabito, D. Hanna, J. Scaries, D. Allen,
E. Pelchar, E. Rataiczak, M. Farinelli, R. Andring, Mr. Peretti, Coach. THIRD ROW: W. Richards, A. Baroni, P.
Meredith, R. Colella, C. Brooks, A. Silvestrin, D. Beiester, L. Kearley, R. Sampson, V. Fantuzzo.
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FIRST ROW: C. Windsor, D. Sedykar, E. Cecchetti, T. Martin, C. Crawford, J. Doutt, Mgr. R.
Cameron, D. DeRose, Mgr., A. Wicks, H. Deitrich. SECOND ROW: J. Chiapetta, G. Harris, A. Marcantonio,
G. Salati, H. Johnson, M. Rodites, K. Renock, D. Stuck, F. Adams, R. Audo, G. Solomon, R. Pagano, V.
Corsi, G. McNally, S. Dupell, R. Mazur, J. Gatto, Mgr. THIRD ROW: Mr. Rocchi, Coach, W. Kido, F.
Mangieri, F. Martin, W. Conwell, R. Fisher, F. Sproul, J. Priezmenslci, R. Planshak, L. Johnson, F. Manni, D.
Manley, C. Henry, D. Restori, A. Roberts, E. Solomon, G. Pellish, G. Plate, S. Baksis, J. Brittingham, M.
Marra, Mr. Swab, Coach.
I3 Freeport -. .... ..,. - O
I2 Har Brack ..,. ,,... 7
I9 Springdale ..... ...... 6
I9 Ken Hi e,... .e,,, O
I4 Tarentum e,,.. ,,., I 2
I9 Plum ,.e...... ...... O
20 East Deer 6
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
6 Plum ,.a..., ,,..,, 2 8
O Freeport .... ..,.. 4 O
O Tarentum .... ...,. I 4
2 Verona .,,,,, .,c,, 2 8
I2 Leechburg ..,. J... 3 2
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The season of 1963-64 found our cagers entered into the
tough Section 1 division. The transition from Section 1 1-A was
too difficult for our team to overcome. As a result, Arnold High
School fans did not witness a winning season. However, what
the team lacked in victories was more than made up in desire,
sportsmanship and fair play.
Although the Lions will lose seven senior lettermen through
graduation, the future appears very bright. With sophomore
star, Dan Barbiaux, returning and a promising junior varsity
in the background, Arnold High School will be looking for
better things in 1964-65.
Grab that Rebound!
KNEELING: W. DeMao, Manager, Mr. McGuire, Coach, Mr. Sellari, Assistant Coach.
STANDING: A. Windsor, D. Barbiaux, W. Clark, R. Coyle, D. Olivo, R. Jefferson, R. Lovelace, G. Bitner, G. Joseph, C. Johnson, F. Phaturos, L
Brown, V. Fantuzzo.
Jubilanf Arnold team and Coach L. McGuire celebraiing final season victory over Leechburg.
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"Look, the ball went through the ceiling!" L,
Lovelace and Olivo apply pressure against Kenmen
SWY wifh him, Glenn- Who's got the ball?!
Hampton ., ..o, ,v,- I 9 Arnold .,.....
West Deer .....A e.... . .- 55 Arnold ...,.. -
Wilkinsburg ,,.,.. 43 Arnold
Tarentum .ee,.. ee.,e... 3 8 Arnold ..,..,,
Monroeville ...., ..,.,.. 5 4 Arnold ...,...
Oakmont ...... ..,.... 6 l Arnold ..,.,..
Klski Area ..ee,,..v....... 52 Arnold ..,.,,e
Kittanning .....A..,e,,ee,e 49 Arnold ...,.e.
New Kensington .,ee.... 62 Arnold .eo-,e,
Har Brack ,e,,,..,....,e.,e,,. 49 Arnold ......,
Freeport ...,... .,,e,e. 7 3
Ford City .,..,,e
Kiski Area ....,,e
Har Brack ...,.,eo,
Ford City ,,,,,.
Leechbu rg .....
Junior Varsity Scores
West Deer ..,oo
Wilkinsburg .,..,,, ee,...
Ta rentum ,,,,,
Monroeville ,...., o,.,.
Kiski Area ,,..eeee .fV,-
KNEELING: G. De Palma, Mgr., Mr.
Sellari, Coach, G. Sh affer, Mgr.
STANDING: C. Johnson, J. Cimino, R.
Brown, D. Coyle, J. DeLuca, R. Jet-
ferson, E. Pituch, G. Joseph, A. Baroni,
E. Karluk, F. Lombardo.
Ford City ..... .... 3 4
Leechburg oo... ..... 4 5
Plum .. ........ .... 4 0
Kiski Area ........ ..... 6 4
Kittanning ................ 61
New Kensington ......,. 26
Har-Brack .,..,.....,......,.. 35
Freeport .................... 56
Ford City ..,.. - ....... 42
Leechburg ..,.. ...,. 4 O
junior High Scores
East Deer .....
Natrona ....,....,... ....
KNEELING: C. llI'1dSOf, M. Rodites, T.
Reighard A. Arbuck e, G. Solomon, D.
DeMao. S AND : G. Pellish, E.
Solomon, D. Graziano, W. Sabo, L
Johnson, D. Manley, D. Lousche, A
Roberts, W. Conwell, F. Martin, R
Cameron, Mr. Curcio, Coach.
Stewart ......... .... 2 3
Springdale ..... ..... 3 3
Natrona ............ ..... 2 7
Tarentum .................. 38
New Kensington ....,. 52
Stewart ............. - ....... 34
Springdale ..... ---- 34
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Formal Rentals and Tailoring
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Congratulations, Class of '64
MAISON FELIX BEAUTY SCHOOL
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HUNGER INSURANCE AGENCY
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I905 LEISHMAN AVE. ARNOLD, PA.
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MILLER BROS. SHOES
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ConsI'iI'uIion Blvd. Arnold, Pa.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Corey
Mr. and Mrs F. W. Derbaum
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dielrich
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kordalski
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Korowicki
Mr. and Mrs. John Migliorisi
Mr. and Mrs Elias Namey
Mr. and Mrs. Chesler Oslrowski
Mr. Russell M. Piluch
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sarniak
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suaroni
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wiable
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lucci
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Mr. and Mrs. Dom Ansani
Mr. and Mrs. Wal+er Vendig
Mr. and Mrs. George Daher
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers
Mrs. Norma Brown
Al's Cifies Service
Mr. and Mrs. Anlhony Bianco
Mr. and Mrs. Breglio
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Calderini
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cox
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Y. Dowhower
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Green Acres Golf Range
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