Centerville High School - Cehiscan Yearbook (West Brownsville, PA)
- Class of 1958
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Ann Dryburg, Sponsor
We cordially mvrte you to tune In
to Channel 58 and vuew the program of
events that took place during the course
of our hugh school days We hope that
the viewing and re vuewmg you do
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Table of Contents
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5 haal Board
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Pages 30 33
Pages 13 38
Pages 39 81
IV Cammeraals P21865 82 91
V F1n1s Page 92
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Robert Red Worrel
Red was born March 8 T938 un Denbo
the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Worrel H
attended Denbo elementary school and Cen
tervulle Junuor Senuor Hugh School He was
graduated May 24 l957 from Centervulle
Whule un hugh school Red excelled un
sports He was the only person ever to wun
the Thomas McAn Shoe Company award or
outstandung performances un football
hus Senuor year Red was named to the
Amerucan Hugh School Team He also
celled un track basketball and baseball
Red was offered many scholarshups, u
funally decuded to stay un Pennsylvanua He
entered Penn State un September, l958 He
was headed for the Semester Honor Roll
Tragedy struck, Red was electrocuted
Sunday, December 22, l957, whule helpung
hus father erect a televusuon antenna The
antenna struck a hugh voltage wure
The sudden passung of Red was a great
shock to hus thousands of admurers un the
We wull always remember hum as a great
athlete and a fune young man
Wulluam C Lane
Bull was born November 25 l934 at
North Charlerou Pennsylvanua He was the
son of Senator and Mrs Wulluam J Lane of
Bull attended Lowhull Elementary School
and Centervulle Junuor Senuor Hugh School
and was graduated un the Academuc Curruc
ulum May 27 'I952
Whule un hugh school Bull was a member
of the baseball team Varsuty Club Spanush
Club Band Vearbook Staff Class Play Bas
ketball Team Student Councul and Boys
Upon completuon of hugh school, Bll
entered the Unuversuty of Puttsburgh and after
graduatuon entered the Unuversuty Law School
Whule un Law School, Bull receuved the dus
tunctuon and honor of receuvung the huC1l'1est
grades achueved by the students un hus class
Bull was to be graduated from the Unuver
stuy Law School un June, l958
Although on Aprul 5, l958 Bull left us
We wull always remember hum
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"With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand,
She has wandered into an unknown land,
And left us dreaming how very fair
It needs must be, since she lingers there."
Miss Bloyer spent but a short time as a teacher at Centerville Never-
less, her presence and influence will live on in memory During the l945-
46 term, she taught at Centerville She returned in the fall of l955 to teach
English. Ill health prevented her from completing the "So" term. Although
she was gravely ill, Miss Blayer kept in touch with us
Her pupils remember her as kind, helpful, patient, her fellow teachers
as co-operative and pleasant, her neighbors, as benevolent and friendly.
lt is to Miss Nellie Bloyerefa friend to all-that we dedicate the
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Left to Right: James Harrig, Principalg Leonard Gill, George Lacnrra, Ernest Lures, John
Kraverz, Archie Kinder, Secretaryg ,lorries Pusseii, Glenn Harshnnon, Supervising Principal.
Not Pictured: Harry Hiclrie and Vifiiliom Crockett.
These ore the poepie who direct us throughout our school years. They
provide us with the necessary props to complete o happy ond successful
program of schooling So to the members of our School Board goes our
Two of the busiest men oround our school ore Mr. Horshmon ond Mr.
Horris, They toke core of problems thot others moy not see or know obout.
Mr. Horris, Principol, is shown obove speoking ot the Athletic-Bond
Bonquet. This is one of mony such occosions thot he hos spoken ot in the
Mr, Horshmon, Supervising Principol corries on his work in the Qrode
schools os well os in the high school. Although he is very busy going
from school to school, he olwoys tcikes time to listen to ony problems con-
Left to Right: James Hawkins, Donald Sapko, John
Moreschi, Mildred Moore.
These cameromen come from near and
for who spend day in and day out helping us
solve our problems. To them there is no ploce,
and no school, and no student body like our
Joseph Twarzydlo, Robert Jeffery, Nancy Wiegel.
Genevieve Elliott, Vincent Sonson.
Esther Moyton, Alma Davis
BAND DIRECTOR HISTORY
Joseph Behr Seated: John Wolosky, Ann Dryburg, Joseph Pergolo
Standing: Robert Jeffery, Peggy Pepper, Vincent Son
ART SCHOOL NURSE
Elsie Horton Ann Folmon
COMMERCIAL NEW TEACHERS
Mr. Sapko Miss Wiegle
Muss Underwood Mr Conowoy
Mr Moreschn Mass Dryburg
Mr Pergola The team relaxes
The teachers at Centervulle reserved every Tuesday evenvnq for bowling
They went to the Calltornna Bowllng Alley to try thelr skull knocklng down
puns Since thus was the first year that they partucvpated un thus sport
nndnvldual scores rather than team scores were stressed
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The one event thot is owoited by every Senior is Commencement. This
yeor's exercise wos held on Moy 27, l958, in the high school ouditorium.
The principol speoker wos Mr, W. R. Willioms, o former student, teocher,
ond principol of Centerville High School. The lnvocotion ond Benediction
wos given by Rev, Fother Szornicki of St, Agnes Cotholic Church, Richeyville,
Pennsylvonio. The exercise concluded with the Seniors singing the Alma
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'wwvl Class Motto - "What you are to be you are
Class Color - Orchid
Class Flower- Pink Rosebud
When the Class of l958
came to Centerville High School,
we began at once to become ac-
quainted with the teachers and orient
ourselves in our new classes and sur-
The years flew by and soon we were
SOPHOMORESl We were now full-fledged
HIGH SCHOOL students, And we began to
show by our actions that we "felt our oats."
"Father of the Bride," a delightful com-
edy, directed by Miss Underwood and Mr.
Pergola, highlighted our junior year. The
colorful Junior-Senior Prom held at the Nema-
colin Country Club climaxed our junior year
and will be long remembered as one of the
outstanding events of our high school days.
At last, our senior year has arrived - a
year of happiness, sadness, decisions, and the
conclusion to achievements in our public
school career. The Snowball Fantasy was a
Left to Right: Bernard Rymarchyk, Herb Edwards
Richard Dugan, Joan Pinkosky, Miss Dryburg M
Ruschak, Miss Wiegel, Mr, Conaway,
time of gaiety. The elimination of our football
team from the Class B WPIAL championship
brought sadness. The receiving of our di-
plomas will mark the achievement of twelve
years of work. Commencement is the finale
for the Class of l958.
To all the people who have helped us
through these high school days, we owe our
gratitude. As we grow older and look toward
the future, their guidance will be cherished.
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Eugene Gregory, a l957
graduate, and his date, Linda
Dickson, are shown here at-
tending the annual Snowball
Fantasy held by the Senior
Class on December 20, l957.
Henrietta Bakanoff Vdleffd Ball
Mcry Ann Bullash
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Karen Blair Katherine Bozick
Pictured Above are, Left to Right: Delores Gaydos
Joe Kolesar, Bernard Rymarchyk, Qaee-n's Escort
and Kathy Bozick, Sno-ball Queen. Kathy was pre
sented with a winter corsage.
Joseph Caputo Emily CiefV0 JOYCE Cole
The band shown here, conducted by
Mr. Behr, is practicing for their annual
spring concert. They practice fifty min-
utes a day, four days a week. The Junior
High Band meets on Fridays, This looks
like a very intricate clarinet part, doesn't
When we started as Seventh graders
in l95l Mr. Harshman was our principal. Richard Dugan
Now as we are preparing to leave he Academic
is the "boss man" of Centerville Boro
Louis Dorazio Herbert Edwards Wallace Ewing
General Academic General
WHATS SO INTERESTING?
Here Mass Channing ns ex
plannnng a sentence to the Col
lege Prep English Class This
English class as made up of the
senaors who plan to further
their Academic studnes
Harry Franks Delores Gaydos Edna Gullus
Academlc Carnmerclal Commercial
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Raymond Gillis Erma Gordon Catherine Green
T NOTHING UNUSUAL
M Pergolas 5th period
POD class IS taking a test
t really looks as though It IS
a tough one
Leslie Gwyn Shirley Habcly Ethel Hanuscnn
Academic Academic Commercial
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And here we see the Basic
Math Class at a party given in
honor of Mr. Moreschi, who
left us after the first semester.
Although he was here but a
short time, Mr. Moreschi made
Rosetta Harvey Lawrence Hill
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General General Academic
P. O. D. NOT ALL WORK
Mr, Pergola finally let go
at our Christmas Party. Herb
Edwards seemed to be the most
popular boy in the third period
class. lP.O.D. class 28 girls l
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Robert Keres Joseph Kolesor
And here, is what is known os rush time.
Everyone is hurrying and scurrying for their
Vitamin D -- milk. Also a plug for the potato
chips, which is the main source of income for
Linda Lufes Catherine Lynch
THE GOOD LISTENERS
Mrs. Case's senior commercial class is
listening to some last minute instructions be-
fore beginning their work. Better listen care-
Pqlfy Mqrghineg William Motto Robert Matusky
Commercial General General
Elizabeth Neale Theodore Olson
Joanne Pagac Leon Pagac
The annual Thanksgiving Dc
Program was sponsored by the Sei
iors this year. The program opens
with a gay, colorful square donc
A debate between Edna Gillis ar
Sam Ansell was an extra added at
traction. A family scene includir
Joan Pinlcosky, Joanne Pagac, Lou
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General Academic Commercial
Martha Pepper Joan Pinkosky Raymond Posten
General Commercial General
orazio, Bill Motto, Pat Mogoyna,
nd lrving Skelton laughed boister-
usly. The Shirlyn's Sang "King-
om of Love." A very reverend solo
y Kathy Bozick and the whole cost
arked the climax of a very enjoy-
ble Thanksgiving Program.
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Nancy Rafferty Roseann Rafferty Clarence Rager
Academic General General
THE HARD WORKERS
Mr. Sedory certainly
keeps his chemistry class
busy. l'm sure each one
of them will vouch for
Riley Betty Roberts Janet Ruscheck
GGHSFOI Commercial General
Mr. Sedory's Lab class
experimenting on the
purification of water by
distillation, Very inter-
esting. Watch out!
Bernard Rymarchyk Ronald Sarkeft Charles Scot!
Academic Academic ACCld6miC
Margaret Shumar Phyllis Skelton
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Ruthonn Ste ens Paul Shpkovlch
And here us one of
our Crnderellos Henri
efto Bokonoff ond her
dote Tom Stotko just
before Ieovrng for the
Kenneth Striker Rebecca Tanner Bonnie Tate
General Commercrol Commerclcl
Thomas Tenney Robert Torrey Joseph Vensko
General General General
ALL DRESSED UP AND
SOME PLACE T0 GO.
All dressed up in
their formal best, is
Betty Roberts and her
date DeWayne Powell,
getting ready to attend
the annual Christmas
Dance. Have a nice
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Joyce Widok Edward Wozolek Milton Zec
General Academic Academic
unior Class fficers A d Sponsors
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Top to Bottom Ofhcers Louuse Wes :ch Morrno Pockroll Shirley Gregory Robert Rudoy,
Sponsors Mrs Roseberry Mrs Ellnott Mr Howkrns Mr Sopko
Dorothy Berger, Pot Borno, Jeannette Bortowich, Chorolotte Belovich, Robert Brodo, Bill Brown, Dianna Choriello.
Colantoni, Richard Crawford, Connie Crow
fe- UNITED NATIONS CONTEST
The Junior History Class in room lO2 is shown
preparing for o test in connection with a contest
sponsored by the United Notions. Material was gather-
ed from every available source in school, books, maga-
Czefwinsky, paul ponko, 'ri-,elmo Deon' zines, pamphlets, and newspapers. The test wos
taken by the entire Junior Class. The local winners,
' Annette Goste and Robert Ruday will represent Center-
ville in the National Contest.
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Jack Edwards, Leah Fowler, Diana Friend, Annette Gaste, Clifford George, Brenda Gill, Elnora Gill.
Robert Glista, Shirley Gregory, Lenora Griffin, John Gruskowski, George Hagedorn Don Havelock, George Hegedus. 31
Charles Henck, Ellen Jenkins, Joe Jollick, Michael Kanalis, Loretta Karolewics, Joe Kirne, Laraine Kime.
Joyce Knisely, Russell Koph
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f . very anxious to get an autograph from the famed
3 ff Disc Jockey, Barry Kaye,
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of making money to sponsor the biggest event of the
Myrna Kuhn, John Lemonovich. year, H1-he Junior Promlff
Mae Leonard, Ed Malinzak, Bill Meneskie, Bill Monroe, Janice Moon, Dallas Murray, Shirley Nagg.
Walter Newsham, Martin Noska, Harry Novick, Attilio Paci, Marma Packrall, Michael Peltz, Jack Pepper.
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Bill Perkins, Gloria Peters, Virginia Pettigrew, Jae Polidor, Arthur Portertield, Erma Roitano, Edwin Roitano.
Our camera turns to a real groovy evening with 4 li K " '
wax scrolls and all, supplied by Barry Kaye famed J .Q b
Pittsburgh disc jockey and his special guest, Johnny J , J
Nash. The occasion, a dance sponsored by the Junior X
Dale Reckner, Robert Rhome,
Robert Shashura, Maryellen Shumaker
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Wayne Siarnicki, Darlene Sibula, Lorraine Solak, Helene Sasnak, John Sosnok, Tom Stotko, Sondra Superak,
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Bernard Supra, Steve Wargo, Patti Weckoski, Bill Wells, Lindo Zec, Robert Zirkle, Gerry Zukauckas.
ophomore fficers And Sponsors
Left to Right: Charles Greskovich, Eugene Orlandi, Jim Zirkle, Felix Tarrorick Mrs Nagle
Mrs. Cowen, Mr, Sonson, Mr. Coatsworth.
First Row: Jim Giffin, Jim Topper, Felix
Tarrorick, Alfred Ricuiti, Ronnie Ricuiti, Jer-
ry Shick. Second Row: Elizabeth Vihidal,
Barbara Laskody, Linda Gill, Mary Ann Rus-
check, Charlotte De Angelo, Sharon Smith,
Lois lllar, Nancy Francek, Francine Dorazio,
Evelyn Nichols. Third Row: Kenny Matty,
Jim Cleaver, Harry Binns, Elaine Stetko,
Rhoda Kinder, lrene Murinsok, Carol Oswald,
David Pepper, Richard George, Nick Lesoko.
Fourth Row: Nick Mucho, Russel Condit,
Frank Hook, Tom Ramsey, Donald Balla, Jim
Zirkle, Victor Ballash, John Ludrosky, Mario
lmpiccini, Mr. Sterback.
First Row: Kathy Kostelnik, Jeanette Ko-
kay, Mary Balag, Rose Carpiak, Charlotte
Vrabel, Bonnie Shutsy, Myra Edwards,
Linda Hootman, Helen Roncadore, Zelda
Lutes. Second Row: Larry Lutes, Sylvia
Wasko, Carol Neale, Carol Watkins, Ro-
berta Smouse, Shirley Namalik, Bonnie
Bitner, Marie Ondo, Richard Lutes, Phil
Vargo, Third Row: Andy Sosnak, Cecil
Burton, Terry Yablonsky, Charles Gresko-
vich, Duane Palma, John Troyan, Henry
Bartus, Lloyd Ford, Barry Gray, John Saba.
First Row: Judy Hegedus, Phyllis Benlock,
Coral Smalko, Margaret Hoover, Frances
Dray, Janet Caputo, Bertha Ward, Shirley
Zets, Stella Williams, Karen Rancodare.
Second Row: Arlene Nelan, Norman Det-
dus, Sylvia Herrage, Wayne Gillis, Curtis
Franks, Richard Mellow, Tom Kirtly, Joyce
Kirk. Third Row: Lloyd Ford, Chris Raf-
ferty, Eugene Orlandi, Jae Katko, Jim
Raytek, Harry McKnight, John McKulka,
James Raymond, Bob Bolin, John Supra,
A new course required of all stu-
dents ot Centerville High School is
Some people talk too much, some
don't talk enough. Speech is supposed
to be the answer ta the problem. Here,
Mr. Kern is telling his class what to
say and how to soy it.
rick, ,John Passo, Alfred Rudai, Joy Hege-
Row One: P. Bush, S. Smith, B. Small, D. Kuty, F.
Meneskie, M. Peltz, B. Condit, D. Packrall, M. Dor-
bini, C. Bollash, F. Kanalis. Row Two: J. Bellisario
A. Smith, M. Shriver, J. Smith, C. Philp, K. Kovach
M. Ramsey, F. Gaydos, J. Stewart, B. Matta, Mrs.
Downs. Row Three: T. Malinzak, J. Kresovich,
L. Samarin, R. Swarrow, N. Romanos, R. Baurngard-
ner, F. McGrady, W. Watkins, T. Davis, R. Renner,
A. Superak, E. Weekley, B. Tanner.
Our camera catches Mrs. Carlson
giving instructions to the Ninth grade
girls in howto get ready for a class in
The girls showed us that they really
were prepared, when they served at
the "Band Athletic Banquet" which
was sponsored by the School Board.
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Row One: E. Scott, P. Santi, J. Ruday, D. Lozosky, V. Kveder, S
Matusky, P. Connelly, M. Murinzak, M. Green, S. Ringo, S, Walsh
Row Two: L. Gray, M. Reckner, D. Rudman, R. Raytek, B. Tenney
S. King, K. Greff, M. Newbrough, M. Harvey, E. Douple, Mrs
Ammon. Row Three: M, Hardoby, F. Seghi, A. Smith, D. Clish
M. Mahaftey, E. Zaharsky, T. Hartman, M. Gillis, J. Kripinsky
J. Russell, P. Romanos, T. Bane.
Row One: J. Yoger, M. l-launcher, P. George, V.
Davis, M. Deibel, B, Nelson, G. Ciervo, N. Kuhl, P.
Baumgardner. Row Two: R. Ruscheck, R. Powis.
Row One: E. Gilley, V. Crumrine, D. Shriner, S
Novak, K. Romanos, M. Hook, J. Weaver, M. Moon
Row Two: B. Hanna, E. Pepper, M. Sekora, E. Stim
mel, J. Shimko, E. Smith, J. McGrady, B. Gregory,
K. Tilton, P. Kanalis. Row Three: P. Kinnear, P.
Gill, J. Yothers, S. Lahoff, T. Raymond, C. March
ines, S. Zetts, B. Babko, J. Folman, D. Bastian.
Row One: M. Koval, C. Kolesar, L. Copechal, J. Wargo, A. Bielek,
C. Bartus, A. Green, M. Shashura. Row Two: D. Pepper, R
Andolsek, J. Ratica, J. McKuIa, C. Nagg, R. lmpiccini, F. Dorazio,
Miss Underwood. Row Three: R. Rhome, B. Shriner, J. Sowlfa
J. Walsh, P. Keruskin, P. Takash, W. Edwards, P. Gaydos, J
Zalek, G. Caputo.
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Shop work is one of the most inter
esting subjects offered to the seventh
eighth, and ninth grade boys. Here
Mr. Gennaula shows the boys the prop
er way of making a neat project.
Row One: R. Ward, D. Wozolek, J. Muchisko, T
Viola, K. Butterfield, L. Smith, L. Raytek, G. Zuk
auckas, M. Wargo, M. Smalko, C. Lister. Row Two
F. Kveder, J. Cole, I. Sarket, D. Kegel, A. Kinder
B, Whetzel, D. Gudel, D. Gillis, W. Pearson, B
Shumar, Mr. Jeffrey. Row Three: J. Toth, P. Mc
Kula, B. Settie, J. Shirnko, B. Holt, G. Radvansky,
T. Yurotovich, T. Bevans, D. Knezovich, R. Frost
M. Golitko. EJ
Row One J Swoger J Mason M Sethman C
Kck J Passo J Stepanik P Gilly Row wo
M Bodnor G Sosnak D Zuckowski K Golensky
G Hardoby A Lucia B Kuhl M E Kostelnlk S
Palornbo E Karolewics Row Three J Santo B
Zirkle L Kirk N Durdines M Ward M E Matyi
Russell Rush Miss Pe per Row Four
Grachen G Sanigo J Kopf B Copeland T Matty
B Walters l Skelton T Slfiick B Matty J Skelton
Row One N Coking H Ball R Smith W Topper
G Kovach T Zangla Row Two B Smith D
Burger M K Sabo C Huba J Kegel J Pagoc
K Drodowski S Robison K Gugar J Yager P
t Cair Row hree A Pamo Gif n
Beatty K Laskody L Nelan M Korbini N Ko
ka D. Rainey C. Smith L. Stotka S. Cole Mr
Barnhart. Row Four: R. Beatty K. Gorby D
Fazekas E. Crevdo D. Mellow F. Wells W. Vance
G. Morosky A. Ballash J. Riccuity W. Swartz M
Row One: R. Zemba, J. Mucho, P. Kolesar, A
Griffin, P. Wargo, R. Shimko, G. DeAngelo, T
Pagac, B. Hoover, J. Fowler. Row Two: J. Mur-
incsak, G. Peterfield, A. Lynch, M. Nicholls, K
Belovich, S. Logan, D. Eyerly, J. Fulmer, J. Boka
Mr.Conoway. Row Three: R. Gillis, S. Olsen, R
Andolsek, P. Ramsey, F. Kurtz, T. Clemrner, F
Kurtz, G. Ball, T. Rafferty, B. Holt, T. Nizich, J
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The Centinel is published once a
month to bring to the students of
Centerville current events concern-
ing its students and faculty. The
main objective of the newspaper is
to bring before the student body of
our school feature articles of in-
terest regarding community and
school activitiesg unusual material
as a result of student experiments
within the various departments of
the schoolg and editorial comments
regarding controversial questions
- in other words, to make the
Centinel a medium of expression
for all activities ot the school.
The Centinel is not out to make
any more than enough money each
year to send two representatives to
the Summer Journalism Clinic spon-
sored by the Pennsylvania State
University. lt is interested in serv-
ing the school and community in
any way possible.
The Student Congress con-
sists ot the president of each
club and homeroom. This year,
as in the past, the Student
Congress held their annual
Thanksgiving Food Drive and
Christmas Toy Drive. They
were also in charge of a talent
show in which the proceeds
were used to buy a water cool-
The cameraman turns his
attention to room lO7, the li-
brary, where he spies Mrs.
Simms and her assistants who
do a wonderful job in caring
for our books, magazines and
newspapers along with super-
vising our selection of books.
Shown seated near the window
are, Patsy Bush, Pete Ramsey,
Barbara Kuhl, Sandy Robinson,
Pat Kolesar and Charlotte Jane
Philip. At the second table,
lris Sarkett, Jeanie Weaver,
Karen Tilton, Cheryl Bartus,
Kathy Butterfield, and Eloise
Scott. Standing, Mrs, Simms,
Librarian, Nancy Kuhl, Lavada
Wells, and Sam Ansell.
lt was quite an honor for
the Forensic Club to receive
the award as the leading Chap-
ter in Western Pennsylvania.
Shown here is Dick Dugan
receiving the award from Mr.
Bruno Jacobs, Looking on are
Mr. Harris, Mr. Pergola, Miss
Pepper, coach, and Miss Chan-
JUNIOR HIGH MATH CLUB
The Junior High Math Club
was organized for students who
showed on active interest in
Math. The activities of the
Club consisted of logic and
spatial reasoning, the drawing
Of geometrical designs, short
cuts in multiplication and re-
ALPHA BETA MU
The purpose of Alpha Beta
Mu is to stimulate interest in
all phases of mathematics.
Any student having taken
one year of higher moth and
starting a second year is eligi-
ble for membership.
The board of discussion,
lfour members elected by the
club members? present the
problems of the various stu-
dents for discussion at the
regular monthly meeting.
As a special project the
members are selling pencils to
pay for a Chinese mathemati-
cal game of skill called Nims.
FUTURE NURSES OF
The Future Nurses Club is
composed of the girls who are
planning to enter the field of
nursing after graduation. The
purpose of this club is to ac-
quaint the girls with the arts of
medicine, One of our projects
this year was a bake sale.
From the proceeds the club is
planning to buy pens for the
The Future Teachers Club
is made up of students inter-
ested in teaching as a career.
The sponsor helps the student
select a college which will best
quality him for the department
in which he is interested.
The members of this club
include, seated from left to
right: Linda Zec, Henrietta
Pawlak, Miss Channing, Jane
Pepper, Shirley Gregory. Stand-
ing Norrna Koval, Loretta
Karolewics, Bob Ruday, Bonnie
Shutsy, Kathy Kegal.
The Future Business Leaders of Amer-
ica is a newly organized club including
all students who are planning to enter
the business world when they graduate.
The club holds meetings twice a month,
and has various social functions. The
officers for the i957-58 term were Pres-
ident, Emily Ciervo, Vice-President, Mar-
garet Shumar, Secretary, Betty Kovachg
Treasurer, Liz Neale, Reporter, Betty
First Row: Charlotte Vrabel, Arlene Nelan, Janice Moon,
Gerry Zukauckas, Thelma Dean, Irene Murinsak, Norma
Koval. Second Row: Roseann Karpiak, Mary Bolog, Bertha
Ward, Janet Caputo, Lorraine Solak, Diane Friend.
BIOLOGY - SCIENCE CLUB
First Row: Jackie Ruday, J. Mucho, M. Kostelnik, E. Karo-
lewics, J. Fowler, M. Matty. Second Row: Virginia Kveder
Mary Jane Moon, Arlene Kinder, Toni Viola, Linda Raytek
Pat Stetko, Mrs. Ammon. Third Row: Eloise Scott, Darler
Lazosky, Margaret Koval, Judy Wargo, Andrea Bielek, Marg
aret Murinczak, Carol Kolesar.
Seated: Linda Hootman, Roberta Smouse, Shir
Iey Habaly, John Kovach, Nancy Rafferty, Rose
De Fabba, Pat Magayna. Standing: Mr. Hawk
ins, Emerson Bane, Bob Keffer, Milton Zec
Charles Scott, Ed Hoover, Lawrence Hill, Mr,
THE SPANISH CLUB
The Spanish Club consists
of students who have an inter-
est in the Spanish language.
The main object of this club
is to promote Spanish customs
and to create a more active in-
terest in the Spanish language.
Students of Spanish l and ll
are eligible for membership of
THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS
With the aid of Mr. Gen-
naula and Mr. Sterback and
the Industrial Arts Club all
the furniture and equipment
in the school is in top notch
shape. In his spare time each
individual made a project of
his own choice.
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Our camera man catches
the band is it provides all the
music for the annual May Day
Head, Ruthie Stevens, Kathy Bozik,
Ethel Hanuscin, Joan Pinkosky,
Mary Ann Ballash, Kathy Kegel,
Gloria Peters, Shirley Gregory, Betty
Roberts, Carol Neale, Helen Ranci-
dori, Shirley Nomolik.
Mr. Joseph Behr, Director.
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Channel 58's own "Have Gun Will
Travel" teaches their members respect
and care of their rifles.
Our future flashbulb poppers of Amer-
ica are found in this organization. The
members are taught how to take good
photos and the proper operations of
This year the Centerville High Chorus
didn't have too many opportunities to
show their musical ability, but the few
performances they gave were well done
Channel 58's version of "Highway
Patrol," the Auto Club, learns how to
clean, handle, and service their autos.
JUNIOR HIGH ART
Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci
have nothing on our art club members.
These proud followers of the paint brush
and clay pot are all ready expressing
interest in the artistic side of life.
JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE
Our chemical crazy ,characters have
a terrific time playing the parts of "Dr.
Jekyll" and "Mr, Hyde" while exploring
the realms of chemistry and biology.
Tree, bird, fish, soil, insect lovers
can be easily found in this organization
studying the new and better ways to
preserve our natural resources and wild
Channel 58's own continent hoppers
from "Wide, Wide World," seem to have
a great deal of interest in the other con-
tinents and people of the world.
May Day Coronatlon
ln May of l958 our Channel 58 cameras puck
up the Moy Day Coronatlon of Centerville Prunce
Charmlng Bernard Ryrnarclfmyk son of Mr and Mrs
Nuczholas Rymarchyk of Low Hull crowns the May
Queen Ellzabetlfm Neale daughter of Mr and Mrs
Ed Neale of Low Hall Luz and Bernard were Chosen
on the basis of looks and personality by the members
of the Sensor Class
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Court preporing to escort the
Queen ond Prince Charming
to the throne.
Following the honor guord
ond Moy Court is the Queen
ond Prince Chorming preceded
by the crown bearer ond the
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The honor guord stonds ot ottention os
the Queen ond her escort opprooch the throne.
The procession ends os the Queen ond
Prince Charming reoch the throne.
The big moment orrives when the crown
is ploced on the Queen's heod by Prince
he ueen And Her Court
Our camera now catches the May
Queen and Prince Charming as they pose
for the photographer with the Crown
Bearer, Walter Dryburg, Jr, and the
Flower Girl, Jeanette Harris.
Walter, better known as "Buddy"
is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Dry-
burg, Sr. of Malden.
Jeannette is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Harris.
The ueen's Court
The Court includes, on the Left, Top Row:
Jock Brubaker, Margaret Shumar, Bob Zirkle,
Helene Sosnak, Charles Greskovich, Carol Neale,
Roy Baumgardner, Faye Gaydos, On the Right,
Top Row: Henrietta Balconoff, Joe Kolesar, Di-
ana Charielle, Wayne Siarnicki, Mary Ann Pus-
check, Eugene Orlandi, Vivian Davis, and Torn
Sharkady. Center: Liz Neale, Bernard Rymarc-
zyk, Walter Dryburg and Jeanette Harris.
Ma Pole Dance
Shown here ore the Junior
girls performing the onnuol
Moypole Donce in honor of
the queen ond her court.
The ninth grode girls donce
while the high school bond
ploys Allegheny Moon.
The Junior high pom-pom
girls ond the mojorette club,
led by Lois Illor, go through
their routines for the Moy Day
The high school mojoretfes,
led by Ruth Ann Stevens hod
ci special routine for the Moy
The tumbling team, composed of seventh
grade girls and led by Mrs. Downs, form a
pyramid to climax their performance.
The Centerville American
Legion presented ten awards
to students for various achieve-
ments in 1958.
For their part of the pro-
gram, the Sophomore girls do
a square dance as the crowd'
Our camera man now catches the story of the last Grad-
uation exercises to be held at Centerville High School. As
the exercises get underway our reporter, Mr. Harris, Principal
of the School, welcomes the Class of l958.
As the camera man picked
up this picture he really found
a very sad group. The day we
awaited was finally here, but
we were not as happy as we
pretended to be at practice.
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Our camera man turns his
attention to the Class of i958
and the largest audience ever
to assemble in the High School
Our camera is turned toward
Mary Ann Ballash, highest stu-
dent in the class, as she de-
livers her Farewell Address to
the members of her class, their
parents, and their guests.
Shown here is the Class of
l958 as they listened atten-
tively to the speakers of the
The principle speakers ofthe
evening were left to right
Father Szarnicki Pastor of St
Agnes Church Richeyville Mr
Kravetz president ofthe Board
of Education, Mary Ann Bal-
lash, and Charles Scott, first
and second honor students
respectively, Mr. Williams,
principle speaker of the even-
ing, and Mr. Harshman, Super-
vising Principal ofthe Borough
The band strikes up the
Alma Mater as the Class of
i958 joins with former grGd-
uates in singing "HaiI to thee
dear Alma Mater."
Mr. Evans, our photogra-
pher, caught this scene as Miss
Wiegel, Miss Pepper, Mrs. Top-
per, and Miss Dryburg present-
ed each graduate with the
"Class Flower" a pink rose.
Miss Dryburg is pinning a rose
on Erma Jean Gordon, a home-
bound student, who was tutor-
ed by her.
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Mr. Harris presents the class, as Mr. Harshman presents
the long awaited for diploma to Pat Magayna, member of
the class of 1958,
This was one of the tough-
est shots the camera man had
to make. This photo shows
the first members of the class
as they left the Auditorium for
the last time in their High
The audience stand as the
class continues to file out.
The camera catches the last of the graduates as they
depart. The last of the graduation exercises at Centerville
Yea rbook Edltor
Mary Ann Ballash
D A R Award
Hlghest Honors Class of 58
Second Hnghest Honors
Class of 58
Jr Chamber of Commerce Award
Both Karen and Kathy were chosen
by the Jr Chamber of Commerce to
represent Centervllle IH the All Star
lette Show to be held between halves
ofthe All Star football game In Turtle
Creek In August
Jr Chamber of Commerce Award
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Cool Queen Condudote
Amencon Legion Scho'orshnp
All Stote Bond
Third Place Wlnner an
Shorthand Regnonol Contest
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The entrance of Lucy Lee, Helene Sosnak,
from the South.
Sandy Superak gives Ed lessons.
Our play, "Her Kissin' Cousin,"
was a delightful comedy involving
the lives of several Northern teen-
agers. Their world is suddenly turn-
ed upside down when Miss Lucy
Lee Saunders arrives from the South,
and tries to make "time" with all
the boys. It is then that Jenni
Desmond decides that Tom Jackson
a shy homely boy, is for her. With
the help of Molly and Jodie, Jenni
does her best to make Tom into
Lucy Lee's type of boy. As the
play ends Jenni's plot is a success
and everyone gets back together
as Lucy Lee leaves for South Caro-
lina with her fiance, Randolph
Her Kissin' Cousin
Bob Zirkle gets the ox, Jock Edwards looks
Joan Pinkosky and Harry Novak watch
Ed Molinzak falls hard.
Judy Detrick lends a helping
on from behind. The Cost.
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a very good league record of four wins
and one loss. Although the team was
inexperienced it remained in the run-
ning for a Western Pennsylvania Inter-
scholastic League playoff berth until
the final game of the season. This
game was lost to Bethlehem Joint by
the narrow score of six to nothing.
Congratulations are in order to this
fine group of boys and their coaches,
Mr. Wolsoky and Mr. Daley.
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The Pep Club is the cheering organ-
ization of our school. lt stands be-
hind the football and basketball
teams, regardless, if they are at the
top or at the bottom. The varsity
cheerleaders are the leaders of the
Pep Club and work hard in bringing
out the "school spirit."
Michelle l-launcher, Brenda Gill, Faith Men-
gske, Joyce Knicely, Linda Gill, Barbara Las-
Barbara George, Dorothy Kuty, Faye Gaydos
Cecelia Nagg, Fran Kanalis,.Henrietta Barger
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mcheck, R, Stitchick, R. Durdines, W. Za-
k, J. Jollick. Second Row: Mr. Daley, L
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opf, B. Watkins, R. Condit, J. Kime, P
tipkovich, A. Paci, Third Row: J. Schwol
n, M. Mohoffey, M, Kanolis, J. Raytek, M
oska, R. Shashura, D. Palma, F. Torrorick,
. Logan, R. Ruday, C. Roger.
Left to Right: Mr. Tworzydlo, D. Balla, C.
Greskovich, R. Durdines, J. Kolesar, B. Dur-
dines, J. Balla, J. Brado, M. Peltz.
The golf team earned the right to
participate in the W. P. l. A. L. Cham-
pionship games by winning their sec-
tion crown. Their only league loss
was to Baldwin. They lost to Penn
Hills in the championship playoffs.
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The "Little Wildcats" finished one of their most successful seasons
with four wins and a O-O tie with the section champs, Waynesburg. They
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Favorlte pastime The SIWIYIYVTS SIHQ
Erma bemg crowned at the prom
The queen gets her regal bouquet
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These scenes from around the school bring back many memorles some
good and some bad
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Left to Right: Bob Zirkle, Jim
Zirkle, Charles Greskovich, Alfred
Riccuiti, Bill Monroe, Melvin Domko,
Bob Broda, Eddie Pavlak, Jack Pep-
per, Charles Henck, Bill Motto,
Mr. Conowoy, Mr. Sonson.
In 1958 the Centerville High
School Varsity Basketball team en-
joyed a mediocre season. The boys
played hard but what they lacked
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53 'Beth Joint 65
55 'Bentleyville 53
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60 'Ellsworth 69
70 'Jefferson 29
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Last, but by no means least, our camera turns to the
scene in the concession room at noon. Here we patronize
a few of our many sponsors. If you want the best in milk,
chips, candy or pop, the line forms on the right at the end of
We wish to take this opportunity to thank all those
merchants and individuals who did so much in helping us to
complete this, the last, Cehiscan CCenterville High School
DE SOTO AND PLYMOUTH
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Personal Cards Band Uniforms
H095 Caps and Gowns
For Complete Business Training
George Washington Hotel Building
Write: Box 225
NEW CLUB BOWLING ALLEY
Grover Ferguson Jr Proprietor
GENOVESE VENDING CO
To keep the story of your wedding day
in pictures that will always be a treasure
and a tribute to your loveliness ca a
skilled photographer to record the beauty of
the day as only a professional craftsman can
90 N Main Street
Phone Bal 5 6060
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to the merchants and persons who aided us in
the Complehon of the l958 Cehlscon Mr Harris and Miss Mayton take care of
THE STAFF the money for the clubs
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Sales and Servnce
TV and Appliance
Phone STate 5 7300
LUZIER LAWN MOWER
Sales and Service
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Phone Centervulle 83
BLUE DIAMOND GRILL
Frances 81 Frank Pagac Propnetorc
Grocerles Meats Frults
MC DANIEL TIRE SERVICE
Tur Repair and Recap Servlce
Route 40 Beallsvllle Pennsylxanla
Phone Beallsvllle 25
Sales and Servnce
JOHN KUDAS AND SONS
Tnre Recapprng and Vulcanlzung
Cult Gasoline and Ouls
305 Mann Street
Phone 9 l92l Bentleyvllle Pennsyl anna
Under the Bndge
Phone ST 5 400
Under the Bridge
B ownsvulle Pennslyvanla
Wallpaper Paunts Venetlan Bllnds
YENKOS CENTRAL GARAGE
Chevrolet Cars and Trucks
General Electnc Appliances
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Near Marshalls Place L1ke
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Then Marshall s Must b the Place
Dry Goods at the Best
Washmgton s Largest Department Store
Phone Baldvun 5 6lOO
HOUSE HOLD APPLIANCE HIGHWAY APPLIANCE SERVICE
616 Fallowfueld Avenue
Pe""SV'VO'l'G Phone wesf 8 95ll
Phone HU 3 2155 Roscoe
Furlong Avenue and Mann Street
Dlstrnbutor of Pyrotax Gas
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General Auto Repaxr
24 Hour TOWIDQ
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WARD AND VAN MOTORS
Dodge and Plymouth Dealers
24 Hour Townng Servnce
Phone DA 6 4079
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General Auto Repanr Body Repaurung
Tnres Tubes Accessorues
Texaco Gas and Owls
New and Used Instruments Phone QZOOR H
Accorduon Guvtar and Plano Lessons
Route 40 Centervulle Pennsylvania
Charleror PennsYlVOnlO We Gave S8-H Green Stamps
COm,,l,me,,fs STOTKAS SERVICE STATION
West rownsvllle Pe"1V1SYlV0m0
Gas Oll and lubrucatuon
Route 88 Lowhlll Pennsvlvanla
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Phones HINEY s TAVERN
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Uniontown GE 8 5543
West Brownsvllle Pennsylvania
LUNDENS FLOWER SHOP
JOHANNAS BEAUTY SHOPPE
Featurrng all the Latest Cuts and Styles
Phone Two Stylnsts
ST 5 8818 Edlth McClain Owner
Market Street Brownsville Pennsylvania For Appointments Call ST 5 7066
Arr Condutloned For Your Comfort
COH EN FURNITURE COMPANY
CRUMRINES CUSTOM FLOORS Phone sr 5 6600
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Phone ST 5 8010
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Phone 7 2022
LU KEY MOTORS
Dodge Job Rated Trucks
Dodge Passenger Cars
Plymouth Passenger Cars
Main Street Fredericktown Pennsylvania
Steve Luckey Phone
Sales Manager 7 9929
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Clarksvllle Frederlcktown Marianna
Member Federal Doposut Insurance
MOSCHETTA S TAVERN
Domumc Moschetta Propnetor
FRANK REID CHEVROLET
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Value Service Courtesy
Frederlcktown 7 2366
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Cleaning Pressing Tonlorlng
24 Hour Servnce Surts Made To Order
246 Wood Street
Phone W E 8 9l l2
43l McKean Avenue
Charleron s Fashuon Center
We Gave S8-H Green Stamps
ZIEDMAN S FURNITURE STORE
6l2 Fallowfueld Avenue
Phone HUdson 3 285l
LANE REAL ESTATE
Phone 7 9422
MARTlNELLl'S TAILOR SHOP
GUYS BEAUTY SALON COmP"me"fS
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Coloring our Speclaltv Your Famnly Shoe Store
Phone ST 5 7860 Brownsvllle Calnfornua
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West Brownsvulle Pennsylvania
GREENLEE FUNERAL HOME
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