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E. Rahaw, Secretary, R. Witkowski, President, M. Mezick, Vice-President, STANDING - J. Begey,
Senior Class Officers
Commencement at last! The high powered seniors,
who only a few years back thought it was a far distant
goal, see the end in sight as June draws near. Through-
out our four years we have had many academic, ath-
letic and social activities to prepare for our future
life - be it college, career, or the home.
Even as freshmen, many of us realized the impor-
tance of a good education. However, we did not neg-
lect participation in sports and extra curricular clubs.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Gustason, we elected J.
Begey, president, W. Sepanskey, vice-president, P.
Nese, treasurer. We took part in the May Festival and
wisely chose Marie Tonet and Michael Mezick as our
court attendants. The first year was a rewarding year
for us all.
More exciting still was our sophomore year. Robert
Witkowski was elected president, Elmer Redinger, vice-
president, Johnetta Begey, secretary, and Arlene Yurko,
treasurer. As we socialized more and more, sopho-
mores became cheerleaders, maiorettes, twirlers while
others ioined the football and basketball squads, the
chorus and the band. Arlene Yurko and Robert Wit-
kowski represented our class at the May Festival. Per-
haps the biggest thrill of the year was receiving our
As we started our iunior year, our class began to de-
crease in number to only 39 members. We carried on
our general procedure of electing officers. Robert Wit-
kowski remained as president, Michael Mezick, vice-
president, Elaine Rahaw, secretary, and Marie Tonet,
treasurer. Under the guidance of Mrs. Gustason, we
assumed the responsibilities of earning money by sell-
ing Christmas cards and sponsoring .a Junior Class
dance to take care of upcoming expenses. The big
event of the year was the Junior-Senior. Prom-atrthe
lonial Manor which was also the scene of our May
Crowning. Johnetta Begey and Robert Witkowski re-
presented our class as court attendants.
The distribution of senior pictures made us realize
at once that this was unquestionably our senior year -
our last. For the third year, Robert Witkowski was
elected to lead our class as president, Mike Mezick,
vice-president, Elaine Rahaw, secretary, and Johnetta
Begey, treasurer. To increase our treasury we sold
Christmas cards and held our Senior Dance. Each was
As we close our senior year and mentally review the
bright moments of the years spent at East Pittsburgh,
we know that the friendships and memories will be a
part of our lives as we go on to higher fields of edu-
cation and endeavor.
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ROW I: R.
Witkowski, R. Sullivan, J. Begey, D. Rudy. ROW ROW l: F. Marko, T. Keane, T. Briggs. ROW 2: L. Dugan, D. Ryan, T.
2: M. Mezick, R. Litzinger, P. Holleran.
ROW l: E. Rohaw, S. Cirota. ROW 2:
Kondas, P. Nese, J. Pesta.
Tammy - R. Litzinger
Rita - J. Begey
Miss. Jenks - B. Kondas
Mrs. Call - P. Holleran
Sandra Rook - J. Pesta
Margo - E. Rahaw
Abby - G. Grega
Colette - S. Cirota
Miss Bromley - P. Nese
Mrs. Shaefer - M. J. Boden
Mrs. Grays - T. Keane
Dr. Stack - E. Price
Mrs. Van Ness - A. Moorhead
Della - S. Karl
G. Grega, E. Redinger, B.
Pete Brent - R. Witkowski
Grandpa - M. Mezick
Joey - R. Sullivan
Tom Freeman - D. Rudy
Prof. Everett- D. Ryan
Chuck - E. Redinger
Prof. Shaeffer - C. Mlinarich
Kiley - F. Marko
Judge Slater - T. De Simone
Jones - T. Briggs
Mr. Welling - M. Manclark
Mr. Holman - L. Dugan
Dr. Garfield - B. Molnar
Crushak - J. Connors
Mrs. Morgan - Director
Marie Tonet - Stud
DeSimone, M. Manclark.
Tammy Tell Me True
Irresistible Tammy Tyree, a shanty-boat girl, goes to
college and then delightful fireworks start. Young Profes-
sor Tom Freeman, charmed by her quaint way of talking
and her understanding of people, advises her about
courses. Pete Brent, her own true love, is surprised and
not too pleased at her arrival. Just when it looks as if
Tammy may not be allowed to stay at college, a new ac-
quaintance comes to the rescue. Miss Annie Call, a lonely
old woman dominated by a money-hungry niece, arrives
to live on the shanty boat with Tammy but insists that
her identity be kept a secret. Finally, Miss Annie is found
by the police, and Tammy is taken off to jail accused of
theft. At the hearing, it is Tom who clears her name and
makes things right again. Tammy, who has come to col-
lege to learn, realizes now that she has learned a new
understanding of true love.
ROW iz B. Molnar, E. Price, J. Connors, S. Karl. ROW 2: M. Boden, C.
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ROW l: J. Powell, B. Kaefer, S. Karl, M. Corrigan, M. Magda, M. M. Churchfield, C. Skrabski, L. Scott, E. Ross, J. Pesta, F. Botti. ROW
Medvis, P. Ryan, C. Prosser. ROW 2: M. Remias, J. Jones, S. Oliver, 4: S. DeMatty, T. Keane, J. Schiffhauer, J. Lovis, L. Coley, R
M. Boden, T. LaBoda, B. Wentz, A. Moorhead. ROW 3: M. Tokar, Grasha, F. Whitney.
Class of '63
Looking ahead to upperclass status, printing and
editing the school paper, participating in sports and
extra curricular clubs were some of the varied ac-
tivities ofthe class of 1963.
ln October the Juniors had their first real oppor-
tunity to show their talents as salesmen. Their first ma-
ior project was a Christmas card sale to finance the
Junior Prom. Under the direction of Miss Raynovich
and in cooperation with the Curtis Publishing Company,
the class reached its planned goal. The Prom committees
SITTING: M. Boden, Treasurer, R, Sullivan, Presi
dent, J. Holleran, Vice-president. STANDING: P
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