Elders Ridge High School - Hi Lites Yearbook (Elders Ridge, PA)
- Class of 1951
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We. the Senior Class of 1951. dedicate our Annual to those who so richly deserve our gratitude. our teachers.
Through their efforts we are prepared to face the future with greater confidence. equipped with the courage,
knowledge, and foresight they have fostered in our hears and minds. By their continuous striving for our fuller,
broader education and their willingness to help us, our instructors have set an example we would do well to
follow. They have been our guides through these halls of learningvour advisers-our friends. We humbly express
JOSEPH J. DUTKOSKY
DOROTHY E. ROSE
Girls' Physical Education
WARREV ' .ANNON
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BILL B. WOLFE
Boys' Physical Edu
GEORGE W. PYLE
In the fall of 1947 a group of shy hugh school
freshmen sxgned up for a tour which was to take four
years to complete One hundred and thirty mne strong
we set out on our excursxon with hxgh Ideals and great
hopes We chose as our home room leaders the follow
mg Marshall Cahforma room nme Charles Kalto
room three Jenme Redescaldx room eleven, and
Patty Byrne room fourteen
Although our number dwmdled slrghtly new
enthusiasts Joined the group of tounsts for the second
year and we prepared for another happy year of
xtnneratnng We elected new officers who were presx
kow secretary Betty Valyo treasurer Elsie Morgan
and wxth Mr Ralston dxrectmg our tour we felt "up
rn the axr as sophisticated sophomores We chose
as our class colors blue and sxlver
When we gathered 1n the fall several new ad
dmons were made to our party and we contmued m
the thnrd lap of our tour Our guides for the Jumor
year of travelmg were presxdent jean Wass vxce
president Dorothy Clawson, secretary Olga Boyko
treasurer Margie Stano Under the dnrectxon of Mr
Phxllxps we set out w1th determmatxon to make thls
year one of the hlghlxghts of our tour Immedxately
we were confronted w1th plans for the annual Jumor
Prom and the tnp to Kennywood Many were the
problems that arose but we met each challenge wxth
renewed vim and vigor
At long last came the final curve m the road we
had been traveling and we found ourselves dlgmfied
semors Our group faded to erghty-exght We chose as
our class flower the red rosebud and our motto The
Past Forever Gone The Future Stlll Our Own We
presxdent Betty Valyo secretary Norma Gray treas
urer Elsie Morgan Now as we walt for June when
our names will be called and our diplomas glven out
we look hack at the happy four years and come to the
reallzatxon that what we once consxdered dxfficult we
now understand were challenges whuch we had t
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JESSE ANDREW ABER - Abe
"Why study P. O. D. il you're not a government agent?"
AMELIA ANN ABRAMOVICH - Babe
"Progress comes with effort."
Dramatic Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Home Room Treasurer 15 Chorus 25
Basketball 15 Cheerleader 25 Home Room President 15 Operetta 1.
JOSEPHINE ANGELA AMMON -Jo April 18
"A gleeful laugh is the best home music." . A
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WILLIAM MERLE ANDERSON-Fat August 13
'When time brings you a resting place, lie down."'
F. F. A. 4.
Av- ' JOHN RAYMOND ANTONIAK-Russian June 27
"A great inventor walks forth into an industrial world."
Basketball 15 Home Room Secretary 15 Track 1.
ROBERT LEE BAER-1MO0S6 june 5
"Marriage is the punishment lor llirtingf'
Hi-Y 35 Hi-Y President 15 Football 2.
HENRY EDWARD BANANTO - Hen J uly 6
"Live to see what lite hands you."
Football 45 Baseball 45 Student Council 1.
HENRY AUGUST BEIYFINO - Hen April 25
"Man is perhaps more 'solid' than brilliant."
F. F. A. 45 Hi-Y 35 F. F. A. Treasurer 35 Hi-Y Treasurer 25 Chorus
25 Operetta 25 Track 35 Yearbook 15 Varsity "R" Club 15 Varsity
"R" Club Treasurer 1.
GLORIA ANN BIEDA - Peanuts June 10
"Memory is like the perfume of flowers."
HERMAN DEAN BIER-Herm November 1 ,gf .3
"Yesterday was ours,' tomorrow is mine."
Football 43 Hi-Y 13 F. F. A. 13 Baseball lg Student Council 13 Junior
Red Cross 1.
CHRISTOPHER EUGENE BOYER, JR.-Bence May 24
"To move with dispatch is the only safety."
Chorus 33 Yearbook 13 Track 33 F. F. A. 33 Varsity "R" Club 13
Basketball 13 Operetta 23 Home Room Vice President li Varsity
"R" Secretary 13 Band lg Drum Major 1.
OLGA BOYKO - Olg October 14 x
"Great athletes live on contented salaries."
Basketball 23 Chorus 23 Newspaper Staff 13 junior Red Cross 13
Drum Majorette 13 junior Class Secretary3 Home Room Secretary 1. .f
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ANTHONY BUTEKOFF - Toni October 18
"Love purifies the hearty I buy 'Never Fail Woman Catcher' perfume."
Baseball 33 Newspaper Staff 13 Hi-Y 1.
PATRICIA LEE BYRNE - Pat
"Economy is the good genius whose presence guides our footsteps."
Home Room President 13 Student Council 13 Tri-Hi-Y
Room Secretary 13 Yearbook Stall 23 Majorette 13 Chorus 23
FRANKLIN DUANE CALHOUN - Cal
"Prayer is the key to day and the bolt to lessons."
Hi-Y 23 Newspaper 2.
LOUIS MARIO CALVETTI - Bugs
"So what! We can't all give DiMaggio competition."
Baseball 33 Basketball 43 Track 3. "X .
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HAROLD RAY COLEMAN -Ice Wagon
"Labor, either ol the head or the hand, is a
Hi-Y 35 F. F. A 3 Student Council 2.
JANE ELEANOR COLLINS- Janie
"Punctuality is indeed an obligatory virtue."
Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 35 F. H. A. 15 O
CLAIR EUGENE CRAVENER - Katy
"He who enters upon any study is not sane."
F. F. A. 2.
GAYNAL ARLENE CRowNovER-Sis
"A person's faults will show through the densest atmosphere."
junior Red Cross 15 Librarian 25 F.
Stal? 35 Newspaper Staff 25 National Honor Society 2.
VALENTINO ALBERT CHAIBAI - Tino October 27
f " e who lives for anything less than life is mean."
Chorus 35 Football 45 Operetta 25 Baseball Manager 2.
BERNICE CECILIA CHECKI-Cl'16Clti July 7
"Everyone carries within the key to success or failure."
Dramatic Club 15 F. H. A. 15 Home Room Secretary 15 Chorus 15
Operetta 15 Librarian 1.
DANIEL ARTHUR CIOCCA - Dan September 29
"Your many lriends are due to your pleasing personality."
DOROTHY EILEEN CLAWSON - Zeke October 2 1
"A soul of mirth makes a better personality."
Basketball 25 Yearbook StaiT 25 Home Room Officer 25 Chorus 35
Operetta 25 Sophomore Class President5 junior Class Vice President:
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lot ol humility."
H. A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Yearbook
HELEN MAXINE DUNMIRE - Max September 14
"Charm will blend the links ot prosperity and friendship."
Tri-Hi-Y 3g Tri-Hi-Y President 1g Home Room President lg Chorus
13 Operetta 1.
DELoREs JANE FASENMYER - Dee
"The rainbow ol hope is lorever visible in the future."
Tri-Hi-Y 33 Chorus 15 Operetta lg Home Room Treasurer 2.
JOHN FEDOR - johnny
"Laziness leads to an early retirement policy."
ROBERT JOSEPH FEDOR --Ozark
"Happiness is a single thing and I'm unmarried."
SARA DARLENE FERGUSON --Ferg July 3
"Mental force is only acquired as a result ol long and patient exertion."
F. H. A. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3g F. H. A. Treasurer lg Tri-Hi-Y Secretary
lg Yearbook Staff 35 Newspaper Staff 29 National Honor Society 2g
Librarian 23 Quill and Scroll
ROBERT CLAIR FISHER -- Bobo December 11
"Things are always a bit better where "Bobo" comes from."
Home Room Vice President 1.
REBECCA BELLE Foy - Becky
"Bashiulness is your main virtue."
F. H. A. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1.
HARRY CLARK FRICK - Harry
"Ii things can't be done watch Harry
F. F. A. judging Team 2.
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ONARENA GusTxNE GAIs-Rena June 14
"Friendship is the sweetest collection in life."
Tri-Hi-Y 35 Yearbook Staff 15 Dramatic Club 1.
ESTHER IRENE GAvDos-Chee-chee April 13
"Life was lent for noble deeds."
Junior Red Cross 2g Chorus 2: Home Room Secretary lg Newspaper
Staff 13 Dramatic Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Librarian lg Operetta 1.
HAROLD KEITH GEIGER-Nuts March 1
"To falter is to be lost, but I love it."
F. F. A. 49 Hi-Y 2.
NORMA LEE GRAY -Slug January 14
"The soul ol every great achievement is energy."
Tri-Hi-Y 3g Tri-Hi-Y Vice President lg Yearbook Staff 29 Home
Room Vice President 13 Dramatic Club lg Senior Class Secretary.
Quill and Scroll 1.
Football 35 Track 1.
VERNA CATHERINE HENKEL - Vern
"Tenacity is an excellent measurement ol character."
Basketball 25 Cheerleader 25 Librarian 1.
J AMES EARL I-IILTY - Jim
"Men have ruled well who could not define intelligence."
CHARLES KAITO - Chuck
"Mankind owes real happiness to this humble inventor."
Yearbook Staff 35 Newspaper Staff lg Projectionist
,,,, ROBERT WALTER KANICK - Dopey
"Because women bother me l don't have to bother them."
WILLIAM CLARK KELLY-Bill December 30
"Memory has a strange power ol' crowding school into farming."
Track 23 Student Council 33 Student Council President lg Varsity
"R" Club 15 Varsity "R" Club Vice President 19 F. F. A. 2.
JAMES JUNIOR KLINGENSMITH- jim March 6
"All that happens in the world is directly brought about by my hope."
F. F. A. 4.
DOROTHY MARGARET KNOPIC - Dot August 27
"No soul of high estate will take delight in slander."
Chorus lg Dramatic Club 15 Home Room Treasurer 1.
ROBERT WARREN McKEEvER -Bob March 7
"Deep thinking and practical talents require keenness of mind."
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ROBERT JOSEPH MANCABELLI-Bob 1 March 7
"Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think."'
Chorus 25 Football Manager 35 Baseball Manager 35 Track Manager
39 Operetta 25 Junior Red Cross 1.
LOIS JEAN MARSHALL-Lois July 10
"The shores ot fortune are covered with wreckage ot abilities."
F. H. A. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3.
J osEPHINE MARIE 1VIONTALI-- jo March 29
"Words possess a power beyond calculation."
F. H. A. 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3.
ELSIE PATRICIA MORGAN-El March 28
"AH1iC1i0ng Supported by patience produce unity in living."
Basketball 13 Dramatic Club 1.
FRANK JOSEPI-l MOUSER- Quatro
Track 25 Baseball 3.
"Graceful figures of youth are messengers o
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HELEN MARIE PISCH - Hel
VERNA ROSALINKD POLLACK - Vern
L Dramatic Club lg Chorus lg Operett
March 2 1
"I counsel the government not to expect too much from P. O. D."
HELEN BERNADETTE OLEXA - Olexa
Dramatic Club 15 Chorus lg Operetta lg Librarian 2.
"Concentration aliords a safeguard against exhaustion."
Home Room Treasurer lg Dramatic Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y lg Chorus 1.
"Il silence were golden Verna would be rich."
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ELVIRA MARIE PONTOLI - Vieve August 5
"A quiet person never tramples on others."
F. H. A. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3.
IDA LoU1sE PRENNI - Cochie March 9
"As the snow gathers so are our habits formed."
EVELYN NANCY RABICKOW-Nan March 6
"Loveliness of spirit is woman's scepter and sword."
F. H. A. 43 F. H. A. President 23 F. H. A. Vice President 13 Tri-I-Ii-Y
L 33 Tri-Hi-Y Secretary lg Yearbook Staff 3: Editor-in-Chief 19 News-
paper Staff 25 Editor-in-Chief lg National Honor Society 25 Librarian
25 Junior Red Cross 1: Home Room President 35 Sophomore Class
Vice Presidentg Quill and Scroll 1.
JENNIE CELESTA REDESCALDI-Genotta April 21
"Character is the solid lood of life, reputation the dessert."
F. H. A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Tri-Hi-Y Vice President 13 Student Council -
15 Librarian 25 Dramatic Club 1.
its 1 Q5
AILEEN SHANNON - Shanty
"The triumph of mind is shown in various ways."
THOMAS EDWARD SI-IOEMAI-:ER - Tom
"Man must dream as well as work."
F. F. A. 45 Hi-Y 25 Yearbook
EMILY BELMA SI-IUPE - Emily
"True friendship can only be molded
F. H. A. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1.
PHILLIP JAMES SHUPE- Phil
"Why go to school when it comes to
F. F. A. 34 Hi-Y 3.
by the test of time."
LYMAN WILBERT ROBERTS-Beans February 9
"The mariner has his chart,' I have my plans."
F. F. A. 4g F. F. A. Officer 33 Chorus 15 Yearbook Staff 3 Yearbook
Oflicer 15 Operetta 25 Quill and Scroll 1.
MAX EUGENE Runnocx-Slapsie November 13
"M ax is always ready to answer the call of the wild."
Hunting and Fishing Club 1.
MICHAEL SEICI-I, JR.-Mike December 18
"There is nothing more to be admired than a manly man."
F. F. A. 4g Chorus 29 Yearbook Staff lg Newspaper Staff 1 Track 2
Junior Red Cross 2.
BETTY MARIE SESOCK- Tush August 12
"Il your conscience bothers you, speak up."'
Tri-Hi-Y lg Dramatic Club lg Chorus 29 Home Room Treasurer 1
August 3 1
CATHERINE ANN SOSNlCK- Cush July 24
"Blest with a kindly laculty to blunt adverse circumstances."
DOROTHY FRANCINE SOSNlCK-- Do-Do January 17
"The lile of every lady is as a well spring of a stream."
Librarian lg Home Room Secretary 1.
RICHARD ROBERT SPERANZA -Rich March 27
"A taint heart never won a lady."
F. F. A. 45 junior Red Cross 1g Student Council 1.
MARGARET VERONICA STANo -Margie April 12
"Succeed and you will be honoredf shrink and you will be despised."
Cheerleader 43 Dramatic Club 15 Newspaper Staff 1, Chorus 2.
VICTOR JOSEPH STANo, JR.- Yuxie July 30
"No calqfnity can produce such a paralysis as a report card."
Football 23 Basketball Manager 1, '
JOHN CHARLES STERCHOL-'Ohh I July 15
"To do anything worth doing, don't stand on the bank, jump in."'
Band 13 Chorus 35 Hunting and Fishing Club lg Basketball 1.
Lols JEAN STIFFLER-Jeannie August 13
"Give to all a hearty grasp and sunny smile."
Tri-Hi-Y 35 F. H. A. 2.
JOSEPH ROBERT STYEURAK - joe September 7
"Admiration is constantly speared by Cupid's arrow."
Track 23 Chorus 35 Home Room Vice President 1.
ROBERTA EMELINE TAMSKI -Bobbie
"Our happiness lies within another's appreciation."
MARY CASILDA TOMEI -Mar
"A lriendly disposition is welcome in all trends ol lite."
Basketball 13 Librarian 1 Chorus 23 Tri-Hi-Y 13 DF8mHiiC Club li
Newspaper Staff 1.
MARILYN STELLA TREssLER - Chickie
"No one can recognize a hero until some crisis
F. H. A. 49 Home Room Secretary 1.
LAWRENCE ADDISON UMBAUGH - Larry
"So what! Bashtulness never created a war."
F. F. A. 39 F. F. A. Oflicer 23 Track 35 Newspaper Staff 1' F. F. A.
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IRENE MARIE VALUCHUCK-DOIIY April 12
"A lolty mind always thinks lottily."
BETTY TI-IERESA VALYO-Val January 27
"Betty's smile wins more friends than enemies."
Girls' Basketball Manager 33 Dramatic Club lg Home Room Secre-
tary 23 Class Treasurer lg Tri-Hi-Y lg Senior Class Vice President.
CLARA MARIE VERSINO-lsha October 15
"For the busiest day some duty waits."
Basketball 15 F. H. A. lg Tri-Hi-Y 1.
RICHARD STEVE VYKA - jimmy
"Learning is healthtulness ot the mind when it proves success."
Football 15 Basketball l.
ROBERT FRANKLIN YA1'zxANIc- Yatz July 20
"Troubles and sorrows are in store lor everyone and l'm one ol them."
Track 35 Football 15 Baseball 3. wx
ROBERT CHARLES ZALOTTZBIS-Y April 23
"Oh Romeo! A mouse is quiet when making a catch."
Newspaper Staff 15 Hi-Y 25 Band 13 Student Council 15 Chorus 4.
AMELIA RosE ZoNA -- Amy
"An honor roll achievement will always lloor me."
CLARA JOSEPHINE ZUCHELLI - Cee
"Popularity and personality go hand in hand."
Basketball 23 Chorus 13 Dramatic Club 13 Operetta 15 Librarian 1.
JEAN ANNETTE WASS - Jeanne November 10
"A virtuous lady is a portrait of goodness."
Basketball 25 Chorus 2g Newspaper Staff lg Dramatic Club lg Junior
EVELYN GRACE WATTERSON - Eve January 2 1
"The ripest soul gains success by learning to labor and to wait."
P1-wLL1s IRENE WILSON - Phil September 2 1
"AIlability is a real ornamentg guard it well."'
F. H. A. 4g Tri-Hi-Y 35 Chorus 23 Operetta 25 Junior Red Cross 13
Home Room Secretary 23 F. H. A. Vice President 1.
MARY ANN YAKsE'r1c1-I - Shortie October 2 1
"Babies may say the nicest words but Mary says the most."
Tri-Hi-Y 23 Chorus 2g Dramatic Club 19 Newspaper Staff lg Oper-
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With silver and maroon banners flying, the class of 1952 has just completed its most active
year. There were roller skating parties, Friday afternoon dances, Christmas card sales, magazine sales,
the Valentine Dance, "The Ghost Birdj' the Prom, and the grand finale-the Kennywood trip.
All these glorious memories, together with the shiny new class ring, make the juniors feel for
the first time that valuable sense of oneness with his fellows.
ROOM 4-First row: D. Ramer, L. Steele, B. Shank, E. Hartman, G. Dilick, J. Clever, L. George, B. Clawson. Second
row: Mrs. Harris, E. Matson, Y. Kepple, A. Shaffer, B. Kerr, M.. Blystone, P. Kauffman, V. Geer, J. McIlwain. Third
row: R. Altman, W. Blystone, E. Hartman, R. Fulton, W. Madison, T. Lambing, J. California, C. Dunmire, J. Fulton.
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First row: D. DeNino, N. Reese, R. Dunmire, G. Dilick, D. Reed, R. Hineman, W. Scott. Second row: B. Brown, M.
Martin, J. George, D. Kepple, C. Riggle, L. Rupple, B. Walters, M. Guido. Third row: S. Bertino, J. California, V. Flic-
kinger, B. Lookabaugh, L. Yerger, B. Frain, D. Kepple, R. Klingensmith, Mr. Rafston. Fourth row: W. Bara, R. Miller,
A. Sikora, S. Riggle, J. Knepshield, T. Kier, G. Daugherty, R. Rumbaugh, A. Shellhammer.
The sophomores flushed with the victory of completing the first year of their high school career,
reported in September to rooms two, five, and fifteen to begin anew. For many this year brought success
and a new sense of accomplishments. The band, chorus,
F. F. A., football team, basketball team, newspaper staff, as
well as other organizations, felt keenly the impact of many
The first and most important all-class activity was
the choosing of colors. Under the supervision of Mr. Ralston,
-green and white were finally selected, and a pennant of
this combination was proudly, yet humbly, added to the
long row on the rear wall of the gym.
Lois JEAN YERGER President
RICHARD ZUCHELLI . , Vice President
BARBARA BENDIS , Secretary
JAMES FALLAT .. Treasurer
MR. RAx.s1'oN - , , Adviser
First row: R. Politano, J. Bottlone, R. Repine, R. Bietel, W. Pomposini, B. Tamski, B. Turkall, E. Work. Second row:
P. Geynes, J. McCool, J. Henry, J. Tomei, B. Goss, R. Flack, P. Bogdanski, E. Yuha, D. Weister, W. Giffen. Third
row: E. Brunetta, R. Marafka, L. Hiner, J. Turnbull, R. Carney, F. Plahs, K. Shields, S. Wrights, F. Enciso. Fourth
row: C. Knopic, C. Stiver, L. Pustay, R. Lucas, B. Jack, R. Hancock, T. Richardson, C. Parker, D. Machak, W. Corri-
doni, J. Turk. .
Out of numerous buses students piled intermittently among the confused babble which
announced the first day of school. Remarkably outstanding in the groups that thronged about were
the "greenies," some timid and bewildered, others sure and bold, but the mark was on them. Already
their future was slated.
Although the upperclassmen teased them they soon found they were a part of the school too.
Shyness and false bravery wearing away, they took their places. Representatives of the Student Council
and class officers were elected, clubs were
A joined, sports participated in, chorus and
X band given serious thought, majorettes and
cheerleaders tried out, and assembly pro-
'L' grams given careful attention. Yes, recov-
ered almost fully by mid-term, they were
' "' keeping step with the best
We must not forget to mention those
noble souls who made those first days bear-
able, so to our principal, teachers, upper-
classmen, and class adviser, Mr. Heard, we
give our deepest gratitude.
MR. HEARD ,. . ..... Adviser
JACKBAER., . . . . . Room 9
BARBARA BRAESEKER , .. Room 14
DONALD WEISTER ,. .,..,..,... ,.., R oom 3
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First row: J. McCool, D. Calhoun, G. Casello, C. Kaito. Second row: B. Valyo, J. Clever, M. Smyers, F. Ashbaugh, L.
Gliha, D. Clawson, C. Crosby. Third row: Miss Fair, G. Crownover, P. Kauffman, G. Dudash, B. Kerr, L. Yerger, D.
Ferguson, E. Rabickow.
The RIDGE ECHO is the monthly paper for which
students scramble as each issue comes from the press.
The hard working students that are members of the pub-
lication staff are those taking the course in journalism
and others who are interested in work on the publication
staff. There is a point system whereby each member
strives to score as high as possible. For each ten words
written he receives one point. Those who solicit adver-
tisements get an additional five points per one-inch
column ad. Each is required to maintain twenty-five
points per issue to remain on the newspaper staff. A
few students reach the thousand point bracket.
Girls' Sports Editor
A newspaper selling contest is sponsored during the
year. This year ten monthly issues were published in-
cluding an April Fool's edition.
Our RIDGE ECHO has received a second award rating
in the Pennsylvania School Press Association for the
fourth consecutive year. We are eagerly looking forward
to the day when we will receive a first award rating,
and with the continuing fine work of the staff it is pos-
We are truly proud of our highly rated newspaper,
whose adviser, Miss Fair, deserves so much credit.
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Associate Editor LYMAN ROBERTS
Editor EVELYN Rmarcxow
Business Manager CHARLES KAITO
Adviser Miz. BRANNON
In September of 1950 a group of
individuals met in room 5 with one
object in mind-to produce a year-
book. The majority of the group were
veterans of the preceding year. The
first assignment was to solicit adver-
After a day of using the shoe-leather
method, these solicitors returned to
school, footsore and weary. Hmm,
seven ads! Not bad. Better luck next
Three months pass. Over one-hundred ads were gath-
ered Cand a dozen pair of shoes worn outl. Hurrah! We
topped last year's record.
In the meantime other assignments were distributed
among the staff. A date was set in which they had to be
completed. It arrived and passed. A few, very few, mem-
bers had finished theirs on time.
After weeks of constant reprimands, the officers be-
came discouraged, and said nothing for a few days. CThey
Acquiring nothing by all this bally-ho, they tried the
more peaceful way-to plead.
With a sweet voice and eyes of steel, day after day
they reminded the forgetful ones to hand in the assign-
ments. This method had more voltage and the spark
finally reached the gas, exploding it into a mass of
black lines--the write-up.
After weeks of writing and revising the material, the
dummy was completed and sent to press.
Our sincere gratitude and appreciation go to our
capable adviser, Mr. Warren Brannon, and the students
that were not members of the staff who helped in pre-
paring the material for the yearbook.
A Mako, H Bendis Mr Brannon C Kaito, M Shaulis, J Lynn, N Gray G Crownover, D Ferguson, J Yerger, O
Gais, E Rabickow T Butekoff E Boyer, M Seich L Roberts, T Shoemaker
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First row: R. Fulton, M. Setlock, M. Lessig, J.
Henry, C. Parson, G. Ondrizek, D. Bier. Second
row: T. Fello, M. Mahard, Mr. Shaulis, R. Zalot,
The Student Council is an advisory gov-
erning body of our high school whose mem-
bers are elected by the student body. Each
homeroom elects one student as a member
of the organization to represent them each
Wednesday during the fifth period meeting.
Among their various projects is the su-
pervision of a flower fund. They purchase
an arrangement of flowers for any deceased
person in the immediate families of the
student body and faculty of Elders Ridge.
This group is led by Mr. Shaulis, the
school's principal, and its student officers.
DEAN BIER President
WILLIAM KELLY Vice President
GAIL ONDRIZEK Secretary-Treasurer
MR. SHAULIS Adviser
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Future Farmers of America, or "FFA" as it is
commonly known, is a national organization of, by,
and for boys studying vocational agriculture in public
secondary schools. It is a non-profit, non-political,
farm youth organization of voluntary membership,
designed to take its place along with other agencies
striving for the development of leadership, the build-
ing of more permanent agriculture, and the improve-
ment of country life.
Our chapter participated in many judging contests
and livestock shows that occurred at different inter-
vals throughout the year. A few of these were the
Indiana-Cambria Bi-County Judging Contest, FFA
week at Penn State College, Pittsburgh Hog Show,
Pittsburgh Baby Beef Show, Harrisburg Farm Show,
and the Indiana and Cambria County Fairs.
Under the capable and ingenious leadership of
Mr. Weister and Mr. Pyle, the club became a success-
ful group functioning consistently throughout the
year. As our leaders we chose: John McIlwain, presi-
dent, Richard Speranza, vice president, Lawrence
Umbaugh, secretary, Henry Bertino, treasurerg and
Lyman Roberts, reporter.
First row: R. Smith, F. Lockard, J. Ramer, J. Davis, G. Hilty, D. Deemer, R. Bietel, P. Gyenes, R. Repine, H. Riggle,
T. Felgar. Second row: H. Tanner, R. Shank, J. Chioldi, R. Crawford D. Shellhammer W. Umbau h G. Casello A
Montali, T. Richardson, R. Carney, B. Miller, E. Styver, F.
Miller, D. Reed, D. McCreight, H. Kepple, A. Shellhammer,
Ilwain, T. Kier, R. Rumbaugh, G. Daugherty, R. Altman.
J. California, W. Madison, T. Lambing, D. Egley, E. Boyer
Coleman, F. Ashbaugh, R. Sperana, W. Kelly, L. Roberts
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Plahs, J. Henry, D. Weister. Third row: Mr. Weister, B.
S. Bertino, J. Knepshield, D. Kepple, J. California, J. Mc-
Fourth row: M. Seich, R. Shearer, C. Dunmire, W. Blystone,
, H. Bertino, C. Cravener, H. Geiger, J. Klingensmith, H.
, T. Shoemaker.
HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB
FFA JUDGHCIG TEAM
D. McCreight, M. Seich. H.
Geiger, J. McIlwain, J. Klin-
gensmith, L. Roberts, R.
Speranza, C. Cravener, E.
Boyer, H. Bertino, Mr. Weis-
This year Elders Ridge welcomed the Hunting and Fishing Club as a new organization. Spon-
sored by Mr. Steffenino and Mr. Ralston, the club has as its purpose the maintaining of competitive
sportsmanship among the student hunters and fishermen. .
' As its major activity for the year, the club sponsored a contest wherein prizes were awarded
for the most game Qsmallj bagged, and for the largest animal shot in big game hunting.
Each member received an emblem to show his membership in the organization.
First row: Mr. Steffenino, G. Beighley, D. Moore, J. McCool, S. Deemer, A.
Montali, J. McIlwain, Mr. Ralston. Second row: J. Turnbull, W. Umbaugh, W.
Kelly, A. Sikora, W. Madison, L. Umbaugh, H. Tanner.
OFFICERS AND ADVISOI
First row: D. Fasenmyer, G. Bieda, L. Yerger, B. Kerr, E. Rabickow, D. Thompson, B. Ditch. Second row: O. Gais,
E. Stiles, M. Bietel, G. Marshall, M. Shaulis, M. Dunmire, B. Shank, J. Redescaldi, E. Pontoli, M. Seich, P. Wilson.
Third row: Mrs. Fuszek L. Marshall, L. Stiffler, E. Gaydos, M. Lessig, J. Lynn, M. Hazlette, G. Crownover, N. Gray,
D. Ferguson, L. Ruppel, J. Collins.
The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y is "to create,
maintain, and extend throughout the school and
community, high standards of Christian charac-
ter? The aims include the promotion of better
racial relationships, better citizenship, better
health, better education, recreational facilities,
and the application of Christian philosophy to
home and school problems.
During 1950-51, the Elders Ridge Tri-Hi-Y
sponsored many activities. To begin the year,
an induction service was held for fifteen new
members. In October the club, together with the
Hi-Y, F. H. A. and F. F. A., held a Halloween
party. Pennsylvania Week found the combined
Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y on the stage of the auditor-
ium in a program fashioned as a studio broad-
cast. A Christmas party climaxed the first sem-
The major project of the year was the Teen-
Talk Study Group which met once each week
for seven weeks.
The guiding hands for the year were: Max-
ine Dunmire, president, Jennie Redescaldi, vice
president, Evelyn Rabickow, secretary, Jane
Collins, treasurer, and Mrs. Fuszek, adviser.
MAXINE DUNMIRE President
JENN112 REDESCALDI Vice President
EVELYN RABICKOW Secretary
JANE COLLINS Treasurer
MRs.FUszEK , .. Adviser
ROBERT BAER , . . . , . President
DUANE CALHOUN , ,Vice President
JACK BAER . , . ..,V Secretary ,
HENRY BERTINO . , Treasurer N-R Y
TOM SHOEMAKER Sergeant-at-Arms
MR. SHIRLEY , Adviser
The Hi-Y, made up of a group of high school
boys, is a branch of the Young Men's Christian
Association. The purpose of this worthwhile
organization is to promote and maintain high
standards of Christian character throughout the
School effCl Cemmllfllfy- Hi-Y members have the a Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Y Conference in the First Metho-
equal Pf1V1legeS Of the Y- M- C- A- members- dist Church in Indiana. During the second sem-
This club was born in 1948, during the past ester the Hi-Y enrolled in a Teen Talk Study
few months of school under the stimulus of Mr. Group which continued for seven weeks. After
Robert Traugh, district secretary of the Y. M. the course was completed each member was
C. A. Thus originated the Elders Ridge Hi-Y given a test.
Club with Mr. Robert Shirley as its loyal adviser. If the achievement in this test is high enough
. The Hl'Y has llvefl e Pfeffllneflt life Cluflng a banner is awarded by the state-wide organiza-
1fS fhfee years Of gf0Wtl'1 at Elders Ridge- tion. Since the HI-LITES goes to press before the
With the Tri- Hi- Y they have sponsored results of this test can be obtained-we can not
many entertaining programs, parties, and dances. report whether this year's group has followed
They represented their school club in many their predecessors of 1949-50 by winning this
regional meetings. One of the first this year was coveted award.
First row: C. Lentz, D. Moore, J. Baer, W. Giffen, J. Baer, N. Reese, J. McCool. Second row: Mr. Shirley, T. Shoe-
maker, J. McIlwain, H. Bertino, H. Coleman, R. Zalot, D. Calhoun, D. McCreight.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Future Homemakers of
America is an organization for
girls interested in the principles
and views of home economics.
Any girl who has taken home eco-
nomics or is enrolled in that
course is eligible for entrance in-
to this club. This year interested
freshmen and other classmen
First row: V. Keeley, M. Cy-
phert, S. Nelson, F. Tressler,
D. Clawson, G. Ondrizek, B.
Shank, B. Kerr, Y. Kepple.
Second row: E. Stiles, B
Clawson, J. Lynn, G. Crown
over, D. Thompson, P. Wil
son, E. Rabickow, J. Redes
caldi, L. Yerger. Third row
P. Harrison, D. Ferguson, C
Riggle, B. Brown, M. Lessig
D. Turkall, L. Marshall, R
Stiles, L. Ruppel, L. Steele
Miss Wean. Fourth row: M.
Baker, S. Miller, S. Klingen-
smith, L. Bier, B. Little, R
Blasin, C. Renwich, M. Tres-
sler, D. Strong. F P
joined with the older members to
increase the enrollment to forty-
We are proud to say that our
new members were active, thus
we can boast a successful year.
Throughout the year we were en-
gaged in many projects. We sold
bundles of ribbon of numerous
colors, sizes, and textures. Several
of our club members participated
in a miniature kitchen planning
contest. Two of our Ridge girls
won a second regional prize of
fifteen dollars for their entry. To
add the proper holiday touch to
the Xmas season the FHA set up
a beautiful Christmas tree in the
upper hall near the office. The
club members held a combined
Christmas grab-bag exchange and
a party which proved a complete
success. Our club was represented
at several state and local meet-
ings and enjoyed many entertain-
ing programs and parties during
the year. Yes, we were a proud
group and thanks to our adviser,
Miss Wean, an energetic one.
A part of our creed is-we face
the future with warm courage
and high hope for we have a clear
consciousness of seeking old and
precious values-which is some-
thing we all deem important as
the senior members step out into
the future with a heavy sense of
First row: C. Gunter, B. Checki, H. Olexa, V. Henkel, M. Tomei. Second row: B. Stewart, G.
Weber, V. Pollack, M. Chiplock, J. Stercho, E. Rabickow, J. Redescaldi, D. Ferguson, B.
Rostis, E. Gaydos, G. Crownover, Mrs. Fuszek.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
First row: R. Shumay, O. Boyko, C. Gunter, P. Sherbon, J. Stercho
B. Gates. Second row: Mrs. Harris, J. Fedor, B. Clawson, B. Rostis, G
Ondrizek, P. Wilson, B. Brown, M. Seich, G. Casello, E. Gaydos.
Third row: T. Brunetta, R. Speranza, W. Madison, T. Richardson, J.
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First row: H. Bendis, P. Wilson, V. Dunmire, H. Olexa, B. Checki, O. Boyko, D. Clever, P. Byrne, M. Shaulis, D
Fasenmyer, M. Yaksetich, M. Tomei, M. Dunmire, D. Knopic, B. Valyo. Second row: B. Sesock, D. Clawson, C. Zuch-
elli, B. Bendis, V. Pollack, A. Abramovich, J. Wass, B. Kerr, M. Lessig, H. Pisch, P. Kauffman, L. Gliha, L. Ruppel, A
Mako, M. Oswalt, B. Shank, J. Lynn, L. Yerger, G. Marshall. Third row: B. Lookabaugh, A. Shaffer, E. Gaydosh, D. Mc-
Creight, R. Zalot, H. Bertino, H. Coleman, R. Fulton, R. Mancabelli, J. Styfurak, G. Styfurak, L. Roberts, L. Johnson, B.
Little, L. Steele, Y. Kepple, D. Thompson.
To anyone traversing the hall during October and November of this year,
a well blended harmony struck his ear. Under the superb direction of Mrs. Leone
E Harris the chorus was wending its way through a choice bit of music. With the
combined seventy-six voices rose the melodic strains of a piano ably played by
Mrs. Mildred Fuszek.
Preparation for the operetta, "The Saucy Hollandaisef' were underway.
Having worked diligently they have displayed admirably the results of these
efforts for it was a complete success.
A lively comedy set in Holland, in the king's garden which realistic
scenery had brought to life, gay Dutch costumes, royal gowns, and sea-faring
blues, made a delightful mixture set off by the catchy tunes and the gay and
After this royal entertainment plans were made for a Christmas program
and a spring concert. As usual these songsters supplied the musical setting for
both the Baccalaureate Service and the Commencement Exercises.
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R. Sebastian, R. Kanick, D. Bier, W. DeMetro, C. DelVecchio, T. Kenesky, E. Madey, R. Yatzkanic, A. Caratelli,
Brunetta, R. Chelednick. Third row: Coach Dutkosky, V. Chiabai, R. Zuchelli, P. Boyko, W. Corridoni, L. Hiner, .
Shutka, J. Zuchelli, D. Corridoni, T. Shumay, R. Tamski, T. Felgar, B. Miller, H. Tanner, R. Carney, S. Bertino,
Shellhammer, Coach Phillips. Fourth row: R. Mancabelli, Manager, E. Brunetta, J. Baer, K. Shields, W. Craig,
Politano, M. Hiner, F. Gaydos, L. Johnson, A. Sikora, R. Chalkan, B. Frye, R. Crawford, W. Turkall, R. Marafka,
Enciso, N. Reese.
The newly formed Boosters Club raised funds
enough to send our football squad to Camp Se-
quanata for two weeks of eat, sleep, and football.
Mr. Phillips took the young inexperienced
hopefuls and a few seasoned veterans and began
to mould them into a team.
The unveiling of the 1950 edition of the
Elders Ridge Football Squad came on Septem-
ber 9. The gridmen traveled to Coraopolis to
engage that school's grid representatives. After
an up-hill battle the Rams escaped with a 27-27
With the experience gained in their first
encounter they challenged Penn Township's
vaunted team. This was their first home en-
counter and the team gave its supporters some-
thing to cheer about as they emerged from a
tough scrap on the long end of a 19-18 count.
Now the Rams really went on the prowl.
They invaded the camp of Saltsburg's Trojans
and returned with a smashing 32-6 victory. This
win shifted the Ram attack into high gear as
they engaged the Shannock Valley team. They
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First row: L. Calvetti, G. Enciso, R. Chelednick, M. Hiner, H. Bananto, C. Malec. Second row: R. Vyka, D. Woodrow,
R. Sebastian, M. Mahard, S. Horonzy, J. Styfurak, Mr. Mann.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM NMBOXSCORES
The Elders Ridge Cagers opened practice sessions early in
November in preparation for their December first inaugural.
Mr. Mann, the new basketball mentor, inherited a very inexperi-
enced squad. He had only one returning veteran, Richard Sebas-
tian, and three reserves, Louis Calvetti, Henry Bananto, and
Guido Enciso. This is all that remained of the team which won
the Section XXV Title two years in a row.
After their first few games it looks as if the Rams have
uncovered another high scorer in the person of "Rich" Sebasian.
In the first three games he tallied 58 points or better than 19
points per game. He is the third in a great line of high scorers
begun by Herman Sledzik, then came "Bony" Ditch and now
The scheduled opener with Washington Township was
After the snow cleared the Rams invaded the lair of the
Bell Township Tigers and absorbed a 40-32 shellacking although
Richard Sebastian scored 17 points.
The Hilltoppers opened their home schedule by entertain-
ing the Homer City Poets. The encounter was a pulse quickener
from beginning to end and the Rams emerged with a close 32-29
edge. Sebastian was on top again with 18 points.
The Saltsburg Trojans were the next to engage the Hill-
toppers. Although Sebastian scored 23 points they went down
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First row: G. Ciocca, J. Fallat, V. Chiabai, R. Mancabelli. Second row: E. Madey, J. Yuha, W. Bendis, J. White, H. Ba-
nanto, D. Bananto, F. Altmire. Third row: Mr. Heard, V. Fello, J. Cup, J. Morgan, F. Mouser, A. Brunetta, L. Calvetti,
R. Gliha, B. Ditch.
1950 BASEBALL TEAM
Early last spring aspirants for the baseball squad
began to work-out the kinks. Although time was at a
premium due to inclement weather, Mr. Heard fielded a
very formidable outfit for the season's inaugural with
Bell Township's highly touted nine. Bell's Povlik pro-
ceeded to let the Rams keep from exerting themselves,
and handed them a 12-0 defeat.
The weather began to be more agreeable and the
Ridgers began to patch up the holes in their defense
and sharpen up their batting eye.
The Rams hit the win column on the good left arm
of "Bugs" Calvetti. They scored so often that they were
contemplating setting up a trolley line around the bases.
When quitting time rolled around,
the Ridgers were on the long end
of a 16-0 count with Washington
Township the loser.
Morgan hit his stride as he
slammed the door on Saltsburg,
15-O. The team seemed to be on
its way to its third straight W. P.
I. A. L. Sectional Title.
The run-happy Rams slowed
down although Victor Fello pitch-
ed a brilliant two-hitter as Salts-
bui'g's Trojans again failed to dent
1950 BOX SCORES
0 Bell Twp. 12
16 VVashington Township 0
13 Saltsburg 0
1 Saltsburg 0
2 Bell Twp. 4
5 Washington Twp. 1
the run column. The Hilltoppers had a 1-0 shutout to
Bell journeyed to the Ridge to encounter the home
nine for the second time. The game was a thriller from
the first to the last pitch. It was the first game of the
season that the Ridgers and their opponents both hit the
scoring column. Bell rang up a four to two victory as
Povlick tamed the Rams the second time. "Bugs" Calvetti
was the loser.
The Rams closed out the season with Washington
Township. Joe Morgan won his second game of the sea-
The Ridgers closed the season with a six and two
record, good enough for second place in their league.
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First row: Mr. Steffenino, R. Kauffman, P. Taylor, D. Bananto, R. Yatzkanic, M. Seich, B. McCormick, C. DelVecchio,
Mr. Ralston. Second row: F. Mouser, J. Yuha, W. Bendis, S. Bertino, H. Stiles, J. Dunmire, A. Brunetta, J. Styfurak.
Third row: Mr. Phillips, J. Dickey, E. Blakely, F. Altmire, R. Gliha, L. Calvetti, E. Boyer, E. Madey, K. Lafferty.
1950 TRACK TEAM
Early last spring candidates for the track
team began their season's training. Mr. Steffe-
nion and his assistants, Mr. Ralston and Mr.
Phillips, began to mold a very formidable squad.
Eight returning veterans, along with several am-
bitious newcomers, formed the nucleus. At first
the weather was chilly, but it cleared and the
coaches began to map their strategy for the
oncoming campaign. The squad members began
strenuous work in preparation for their third
successive defense of the Indiana County Track
and Field Championship.
The Ridge Thinclads went into their first
preliminary meet full of the winning spirit. They
did not run away from the other competitors,
however. After a gruelling grind the cindermen
emerged with a tie with Homer City, while
Blairsville placed second.
With the experience gained in the first con-
test the squad began to round into a unit. The
muscles were becoming more co-ordinated, the
kinks were worked out, and the squad func-
The second test came and ended with the
Ridgers out-distancing Blairsville by 37 points
in a dual meet. They captured 10 iirsts and
enough seconds and thirds for an 80-43 advan-
Then came the big one, the County Track
Meet. This year there were four teams in the
class A division: I-Iomer City, Indiana, Blairs-
ville, and Elders Ridge. The events were won
by sheer strength. The running score veered
crazily one way then another, but when the
cinders cleared, the Ridgers were not on top,
but in second place.
VARSITY "R" CLUB
MAC HINER President
WILLIAM KELLY Vice President
EUGENE BovER Secretary
HENRY BERTINO Treasurer
MR. PHILLIPS Adviser
The Varsity "R" Club is a new organization on the Elders Ridge High
School campus. It consists only of boys that have earned the Varsity "R" letter.
Under the advisership of Mr. Phillips, the club's main purpose is to raise enough
money to purchase sweaters for the juniors and seniors who, through athletic
participation, have earned these awards. New standards are being set up to keep
the number of letters earned to a minimum-in other words, to increase the
value of the letter to the person who has earned one.
First row: L. Calvetti, J. Styfurak, D. Bier, H. Bananto, J. Yuha, H. Bertino, R. Chelednik, Mr. Phillips, adviser. Sec-
ond row: J. Fallat, C. DelVecchio, E. Boyer, A. Caratelli, A. Brunetta, W. Kelly, R. Sebastian, T. Kenesky.
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This is our means of transportation to and
Through heat, snow, rain, and ice these
drivers remain faithful and are always doing
their best to arrive on schedule. We sincerely
appreciate the efforts of these men who play
an important part in our education.
THE SCHOOL JANITOR-MR. HARVEY
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