Elizabeth Forward High School - Eli Mon Yearbook (Elizabeth, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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' n rl 1 . 1 n n As you dear reader leaf through the pages of this fifth edition of the Eli- Mon we will try to reflect back to you the memories of a year in school -- We, the 1956 Eli-Mon staff, will attempt to help you relive the un forgettable moments of the past year. The new acquaintances that have been madeg the thrill of winning football, basketball, and baseball games' and the fun that was had at dancesg all will be presented as you read from one page to the next. By doing this, we hope to have you remember what a great year it has been, and also, to look ahead to the years to come. .-.-..?............,.a wif ,Tv -neg il L.- EKH ' Hiiffkf q5'2'x rl 4 V H ., 3, R -.LS wi E 4 1- ,5'1 RS! Ox X. Kb. All Kb END, 5 ,JP QQ!! ': xl , -. ry. Q N .it ,J it it l H ordan :vin -rm it J as . T' : if Xl I'-N 1. ,l KF E, .vt ft it J' l TI? . 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L1jp,,l!ffLf vs , . , V f 1 QW J i The members of the board of education and the administrators of the Eliza- beth-Forward Joint School District give most unselfishly of their time and talents that the schools may run smoothly and in the best interest of the students. The board members have added this public service to lives already busy with their own occupations, and they deserve more recognition and credit than is usually accorded them. The administrators too are always eager and alert to do everything they can to provide the best possible education for the students of the district. Adminis- trative positions are ably held by: Dr. Harry Faulk, supervising principalg Dr. Charles Storer, associate supervising principalg Mr. James Revetta, director of elementary education, Mr. J. Gordon Nevin, high school principalg and Mr. William Knight, curriculum coordinator. 4 f I A 1 . ' s fm. : GN . . , S h Ffsi if 4 ,z S 1 E, , 6, , if x. f!"5.e. ,QF-Z, - l l.i!' 'V' T - ' ii' ' Q . :QQ EQWQ . 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N' h 1 David Howellg Standing: Mr. George Munnell, Solici- Mr' oscar Sumlo' NAI Willard welgel' r lc O as TRANSPORTATION: Seated: Mr. Joseph Leckie, Mr terg Mr. Albert Kogelman. Revetta, Mr. Robert Barlow. J J e QS.. gn ' 1 ww .. 6 ci QfaV3 0534 zlltf' can :fiction and v ll the ufzll ta carry on , in 7" W.1f5"'L H ,I :img Seated: Mrs. Lillian Lacey: Standing: Miss Marlene Piper, MTS- Doris Maieski, Miss Sylvia Sacane. FINANCE: Seated: Mr. Matthew Taylor, Dr. A. I. Monheim, Mr. William Sacaneg Standing: Mr. Orrie Rockwell, Mr. William Kuskle. 'Fig in ill, K Mr. J. Gordon Nevin .S HEALTH: Mr. McKinney, Mr. David Morrison. W I PERSONNEL: Mr. Gerald Heatherington, Mr. John De Santis, Dr. A. I. Monheim. 1 J' 'T I . ,, U: y 'W ufsiajffgi 0 , 3 it 1 .Syl , l .1 .U,5L,s,! ' ' , V - H, ,. -as , , nl, ,U . Q, 1 ii , ' V f' YJ, I 'S' 4 If f, I 'Q JK 'Sim ,V ' , I: I 1 .j 1 .4 J ,Eg .2 W! ji E, xi' , -ev , 11512135 -v-5 ig 'i x if fix . w.g?.H H .. 4591-E , . 'B L 4 'if -eu ' 1 1? 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S., Slippery Rock State Teachers College, University of Pittsburgh Health and Physical Education -Basketball and Baseball Coach Furno, Joseph B. S., M.,Ed., Westminster, University of Pittsburgh Chemistry, Senior Science, Physics - Stu- dent Council Affects eternity Green, Pauline A. B., University of Illinois Home Economics - F.H.A. I-Iornleck, William B. S., Franklin and Marshall College Mathematics - Basketball and FootballCoach Keeler, Alice B. S. Comm ercial Education, Indiana State Teachers College Commercial Subjects - Class of '57' Sponsor Kite, James B. S. in Psychology and Education, Waynes- burg College P. O., D. and History - Class of '59' Sponsor Kogelman, Dorthie B. A., Eastern Washington College of Edu- cation English and Speech - National Thespians Troupe 1391, Permanent Stage Crew Lauder, Agnes A. B., M. Ed., M. L. S., University of Pitts- burgh, Carnegie Institute of Technology Librarian - Student Library Committee Lopresti, James B. S. in Education, California State Teachers College, Wake Forest 1 History - Assistant Football Coach , V , f ' "fir, X, 9 , V. Mazanet, Regis X A. B., M. Ed., Duquesne University, Univer- m' sity of Pittsburgh 2 C iv ic S , lf. K . XJ 4 "Dir 5-PM-sq 1 Qit, Q., U 'PQ-Q, ' l .,, ,, -- e , gm , X ...fa ii A . ' .Air Q. A ,, i Q W .He can never tell W fmt U Y I f 56 ,571 910 N, ,gi 2 eg..- ,, .." 1' 1 ' xg'-le, ,la ' , i t M... . - W Q X -x. A t-fe 4- C I ii S4 7f2fc'L5'.4Q'fff'ff.5'7' 4414.4 Q McClain, Ted A. B., West Virginia University Art McNish, Bernard 1 B. S., M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh B1010gy - Assistant Football Coach, Science Club Null, Virginia A. B., Bethany English - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Pupilli, Eugene B. P. S. M., Duquesne University Band " Redman, Virginia A. B., Wilson College, Columbia University, ft, , , 2 University of Pittsburgh A f 1 V Guidance Counselor f ... if 5535 , jg, f nn'-"z fi L I V Q in Rubino, Anthony 5 , . , B. S. in Education, Wake Forest College X? i-l" A it H .b-' f ::- 1 Driver Education - Lettermen's Club and g Football Coach V 54555, . X if ,Q . ,? FA - S to -J ' Rubino, Mary A. B., M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Commercial Subjects - 'The Warrior' Scott, Marjorie A. B., M. Ed., College of Wooster and Uni- versity of Pittsburgh English and Journalism - 'Eli-Mon' Wlzcrc lus znflucnce ands Shaver, James B S , M Ed , Callforma State Teachers Col lege, Umverslty of Plttsburgh Mathematlcs Slmilo, Donald B S m Educatlon, Umverslty o!P1ttsburgh Commerclal Subjects and General Mathe matlcs Asslstant Football Coach Jr I-hgh Basketball Sxmko, Shxrley A B , Duquesne Umverszty French and Engllsh Sponsor of Class Spence Wxllxam B S Cahforma State Teachers College lndustrlal Arts Stage Crew Stoner, Frank B S , Penn State Umverslty Vocat1onalAgr1cu1ture F F A A 0 0 , I U i ' - of ' "56," Beta Tri-Hi-Y W X f .mm lf I 6 1 1 M -1 X V' 2 a f m 'c Ss ? S fc" ,ff-J' ' "ii-r:g"'2: if Our Students--, Ulu' Key Za Clic ?uturc Each year, as students continue their climb to the rank of Senior, and a new Freshman class is initiated, a change takes place. This change is the graduation of the former Senior Class. Edward Linville, the present Senior Class president, is pictured here handing the key to the school to Sara Spate, the Junior Class president, signifying the end of another school term. Bill Shank, Sophomore president, and Freshman president, Denny Dach- ille look on-and dream. 1 s M X' as ? S? ,iff . N 3 L 'T ,X ! A,: T wx 5 a ,git H , - 32 4 :Yu mpg Q eg Z: iii A geewfimfii' ' EEQYS . W, X s , ,Q k 'N I- me ' ' .1 B.. Seniors--511 was .1- .ii...1.-11... Mrs. Simko Agnes Vigilotti, Vice Presidentg Helen Rucienski, Secretaryg Ed Linville, Presidentg Jim McClure, Treasurer. M. , 'QQ J- .. - . A ,... sr, 'nf Q "fx V Em .711 Sharing The last day of high school has arrived for the seniors. As they step forward to receive their diplomas, memories from the past can not help pass before their eyes. They remember the wonderful first year of school, the freshman year. How nervous and excited they were that first day! This same feeling is with them now on the last day. The thrill that came with winning their first football game will remain in their hearts forever. The freshman year was full of newness. The first date was made that year. Could anyone forget his first high school dance? The sophomore year contributed its memories too. High school was old stuff by now. How big and im- portant they felt as they gave directions to the lost little freshmen. The first love came this year. The boys and girls walked hand in hand into the auditorium. The night before, it had been the scene of a basket- ball game, but for this night it had been changed into an enchanted garden. The junior year finally came. The big question in every girl's mind was, "Will I go to the prom?" After this problem had been settled, the next one to be decided was the theme of the prom. The question was discussed among the students. Suggestions were sent to the class sponsor and finally it was chosen. This was a never-to-be-forgotten night by everyone. The night was filled by girls looking beautiful in gowns, and boys in suits looking proud of their girls. The prom wasn't all that happened the junior year. Gett ng a driver's license was a common dream among al the juniors. Almost everyone had after school jobs this year. The iunior year will last in their hearts forever. The senior year came at last. The seniors received their class rings, senior pictures, and name cards. This year was the last of everything. There would be no more library cards or gym keys to lose. They didn't worry about the prom, for it was held in their honor this year. They would attend no more school dances. The club meetings that they had attended would now go on without them. It seemed like only yesterday that they received their first high school report cards, now they were to receive their diplomas. No longer would they attend football games on student tickets. The seniors were out of school. 15 :ails , ,sr - 'AE swf fx v 5-rs sy iii: Abel, Delores - Commercial F. H. A.g G. A. A.g Science Club Adams, Mary Ann-Academic G. A. A.5 Library Clubg Tri-Hi-Y Bartrug, Don - Academic Baskitis, John - Academic Batch, Cora Lee - Commercial F.H. A4 G. A. A. ,Mini :exif 5 Y A , it by ,, P x W wi? Y , ll FW. X . . w v.,.,. xr. A Q 1 ,. ' A' 1- 5 f Sam Craighead takes key from Jack Price, ' 55 President. rg . , in f Q' ' -L4 sl ' G Lf -as 'IPS' s Shop 1574, -a fur Batch, Shxrley Commermal Cheerleader, 1 Mon," F H A , G A A "Warmer Bennett, Ronald Academxc Language Club, Scxence Club Beverxdge, Ken Academlc EW-if iv?- Blanc, Fred - General Letterman Clubg Basketball Bohlander, Darlene - Commercial G. A A. Bowers, Glenn - Academic Bowers, Loretta-Commercial 'Eli-Mon"g G. A. A.g Library Clubg Tri-Hi-Y Brancolini, Raymond - Academic Bandg "Eli-Mong' Language Clubg Science Clubg "Warrior" Braum, Edward-Academic Hi Yg Language Club .4 L., U. P. me Brooks, Elizabeth - Academic Chorusg F. H. A.g G. A. A.g Language Clubg Science Club, Bruce, Alvin - Agriculture F. F. A. Cain, John - Academic Home Ec. Caird, Janice - Academic Language Clubg 'Eli-Mon' Carlson, Russel - Academic Carlson, Sonja - Commercial ISA' Chapman, Edward-Academic Footballg Letterman Club Clark, Patricia - :Academic 'Eli-Mon"g Language Clubg "War rior' Clendaniel, Carl - Academic L57 ,NJ Language Clubg Library Club 'U' 79 fs D X55 P7971 ffdlfif I -. f r' ,H '75 J if-4 ,-,.c V Craighead, Samuel - Academic Science Clubg Student Councilg Na- tional Thespians Douglass, Warren - Agriculture F. F. A. Dugan, Dolores - Commercial Eichler, Wilmer - Academic Footballg Letterman Club Ekaitis, Gloria - Commercial Cheerleaderg G. A. A.g National Thespians Ferretti, Janet - Academic 'Eli-Mon'g Language Clubg Library Clubg Science Clubg National Thes- piansg Tri-Hi-Yg "Warrior" nv ...Q sl rf' 4 be ww. F5511 JL? Q N X: "ll?.L.e.,,- rflj ' Q T5 W . -"ff ' if A 'lt-'. , -2 f ' . 'S-iff i -- ' .lf eff. A I-rf--g fi - , A . Office Practice .4 Fisher, Thomas - Agriculture F F A Flmtall, Gary Academic Basketball, Football, Letterman Club AO' 56' .z.., t , -W Francesconi, Robert - Academic Baseballg Letterman Club Gallagher, Thomas - Academic Eli-Mon'g Language Club Gonzales, Eleanor - Comm ercial lsr-1 Graham, Douglas-Academic Hi-Yg Language Clubg Science Club Graham, William - Academic Gufiey, Clarann - Academic Chorus Xi Guzanick, Vincent - Academic Hi-Y Halt, Rebecca'- Comm ercial 'Eli-Mon' Physics class . , V-gilt, . 22 . V i 3 'N l Qu 'L' lx Hatalovich, Patricia - Commercial G. A. A.g Library Clubg Science Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg "Warrior' Hebei, Jo Ann - Commercial G, A. A.g F. H. A.g Library Clubg Majorette Hofmeister, Donald - Agriculture F. F. A.g Hi-Yg Science Club .A gg' K, -.:g few rf? -3 Office Practice 2 fl S X , ski , . .fI,.,2L I" , 1 -'.'::v.-- ' L a Homday, Gayle Academic Cheerleader, F H A, G A Av Science Club Homa, Samuel - Academic Science Club Jackson, Dale - Academic Jenco, Ruth - Commercial G. A. A.g Library Club Jenco, Thomas - Academic Joll, Donald - Academic Bandg Language Clubg Science C lub ' ' -1 41 1 if?-Q ' cl uw '1 1 i' ' f , gag vw- :Q W' .lf ' gi fi ,. jg rip. i kb 5.-4-1. .-.1752 N-4 Typing class J 011 , William - Academic Jones, Joseph - AcademiC Kadar, Doris - General Bandg 'Eli-Mon"5 F.H.A.g Tr Yg "Warrior' i-Hi- 'lt V fw fr S' ax Q I Z, . 1 .A Three wind-blown Pitt visitors -'L .4 f 4 what Q-WL Kampert, Robert - Academic Korona, John - Academic Krasheski, Sandra-Commercial Cheerleaderg 'Eli-Mon"g G. A. A. Lankford, Anna - Academic Chorusg Language Clubg Library Clubg Tri-Hi-Y Larkins, Albert - Academic Linville, Edward-Academic Baseballg Letterman Clubg Student Councilg National Thespians Lipp, John - Agriculture Lipscomb, James - Academic Baseball 5 Basketballg Footballg Let- ' terman Club Marshall, Raymond - Academic :Sl i L"'jw , v I A 5 1 McClure, James - Academic 'Eli-Mon'g Footballg Letterman Clubg National Thespians McCork1e, Dave - Academic I-Ii-Yg Language Clubg Letterman Clubg Footballg Science Club McGogney, Allan - Academic v i SX gig: 4, 3 ' s""J ua 2--3 ? l qi. , I ' 1 1 Journalism class ' ' SJ? 52: ' ' ,lil-.4 : 'J f T!1 M ,235 McPea.ke, Barbara - Commercial Meisl, Judith - Academic "Eli-Mon"3 G. A. A.gNationa1Thes pians Mendicino, Lawrence -Academic Language Clubg Science Club I. uf . '71 4' ' 1:12 KC' Miller, David - Academic Miller, Kenard-Agriculture F. F. A. Mondale, Anita - Academic 'Eli-Mon"g G. A. A.g Language Club Morgan, Walter - General Morrison, Harry - Academic Footballg Hi-Yg Letterman Club Morrow, Francis - Academic l A f in 1 A n . ' 'L E 3f,f.'5A' :ix A .fl f Q ., 1. X N , -' ' X r x K X gl? ll.. W' A V ,N V , 5 Nevin, James - Agriculture F. F. A. Nolder, James - Academic Baseballg Basketballg Footballg Hi- Yg Language Clubg Letterman Club Opfer, Ronald - Academic 'Eli-Mon'g Hi-Yg Language Clubg Science Club F' 481 Q. 7 in -was I Library workers XJ Qin :E .TJ 1' 2 fe Pagliari, William-Academic Baseballg Footballg Letterman Club Payne, Jacquelyn-Academic F. H. A. Phillips, Marva - Commercial 'Eli-Mon"g G.A.A.g Library Clubg I Warrior' Gym line -up is W-:zu 1' ' -...::::.f V1 , if W -Arnie-a11h . - -,1 if-1-Q-fu , - ., ,- , A 4.5: 4,-gtfll ,': :x Q A lfiig fu 3 . L-gg Phillips, William - Academic Band Pierce, Marybelle - Academic 'Eli-Mon'g G.A.A.g Language Clubg National Thespiansg Tri - Hi - Yg 'Warrior' Pittard, Patricia-Commercial Chorusg 'Eli-Mon'g G. A. A.g Li- brary Clubg National Thespiansg Stu- dent Councilg Science Club Przybylski, Shirley -Commercial F. H. A.g G. A. A. Puckey, William - Academic Reed, Harry - Agriculture F. F. A. RW ig.. 'ki' Rosso, I ack - Academic Rucienslli, Helen - Commercial 'Eli-lon'g G.A.A.g National Thes- piansg Science Clinbg Student Coun- cilg Tri-Hi-Yg 'Warrior' Russell, Thozms - Academic 'Eli-llon'g Hi-Yg Language Clubg Science Club ,.,,u1w Driver Training class Cb 0-f cllxfgy .342 mf B 1 a .diem f jgifg .1 , Scientific Assembly y 1.1 1 Y f ' X 4 ' J VS 4 L i ' uf f No Salka, Agnes - Commercial Schaefer , Elizabeth - General Chorusg 'Eli-Mon'g F.H.A.g Lan- guage Clubg National Thespiansg Sci- ence Club Schivley, William-Academic Stage Crewg National Thespians J xg S J fl Schwaed, William - Academic Schwirian, Donna - Commercial Chorusg F.H.A.5 G.A.A.g Science Club . i 1, 5, f il Schwirian, Richard - Academic 'Eli-Mon"g Science Club Shaffer, Raymond - Academic Silberman, Ida Jean - Commercial "Eli-Mon"g G.A.A.g Majoretteg Sci- ence Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg 'Warrior' Slavick, Leona - Academic G.A.A.g F.H.A. Slavick, Marion - General G.A.A.g F.H.A.g 'Warrior' Smith, Jacqueline - Commercial Shorthand class 1 'Q ll . at the fountain Snyder, Donna - General F. H. A. S01'iCk, George-Academic Baseballg Basketballg Footba1lgLet- terman Club Stanier, Judith-Academic Bandg 'Eli-Mon'g G.A.A.: Language Clubg National Thespiansg Science Clubg Tri-Hi-YQ "Warrior" X1 'JI Stanko, Helen - Commercial 'Eli-Mon' Steele, Carol - Academic F. H. A.g G. A. A.5 Majorette Stevenoski, Joyce -Commercial F. H. A.g G. A. A. Stidard, Constance - Academic Language Clubg Science Club Stirling, Edwin - Academic Stone, Jane - Academic F. H. A.g G. A. A. 'x Swisher, Raymond - Academic Footballg Letterman Club Thornton, Carol - Commercial 'Eli-Mon'g G. A. A.g Tri - Hi- Yg 'Warrior' Tignanelli, Francis - Agriculture '12 3 Art class Lis-'I 4 '- .-1fQ""if. A English class Ufko, Ellen - Academic G'A-A-5 Language Clubp Science Club Vay, Virginia - Comm ercial 'Eli-Mon"g G.A.A.g Library Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg 'Warrior' Vidil, Eleanor - Academic Cheerleaderg G.A.A.g 'Eli-Mon"5 Science Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg 'Warrior' Vigllotti, Agnes - Academic "Eli-Mon"'g G.A.A.g Language Clubg Library Clubg National Thespiansg Science Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg 'Warrior' Waydo, Nancy - Commercial Weigel, Dale - Academic Bandg 'Eli-Mon'g Hi-Yg Language Clubg National Thespiansg Science Club Werner, Lottie Ann-Commercial "Eli-Mon' Williams, Elizabeth - Commercial Zaken, Elizabeth-Commercial G. A. A. Zeh, Shirley - Commercial 'Eli-Mon' P. O.D ,7uniars-- yay in joining Sara Spate, Presidentg Pat Pas- quinelli, Secretaryg Jim Strag- Hllda Vice Presidentg Mike Piper, Treasurer. Mrs. Keeler .... flfw- .4v ,- X i 37 The class of '57 have now assumed the position of Juniors at -E. F. I-I. S. This year the students have to become acquainted with new subjects. The commercial students have a hard time getting attached to a subject called shorthand, and also to a subject which includes a lot of figures - - bookkeeping. . The academic students have to become accustomed to a new science called chemistry, and have to continue -with their problems in algebra, and their second year interpreting another language. This year, the J uniors' greatest ambition -is fulfilled, because they are able to participate in the J unior-Senior Prom. Now the Juniors are busy conducting many money-making activities and preparations for the Prom which they hope will be a big success. The class of '57 has a lot to look forward to, for next year they will be the leading body of the school - - the Seniors. 0 First Row: Richard Pipp, Donald Satterfield, Mildred Thompson, Jack Krasheski. Second Row: Ronald VanFossen, William Brown, James Gamble. George Stewart, Howard Shank, Jo- seph Grajcar, Gene Abernathy, Louis DeVincentis, James White. 9 'E Irene Watts, Loretta West, Chris- time Wallace, Jan Warters. fffii ",. , wx .1 A Q. -f-4'w'F 1 . "M Fwd? '. --.fa 38 Carl Hebel, James Howden, James Frum, Mike Dworek, Jack Greene- Wald, Clifford Broggi. First Row: Marilyn Lipp, Vickey DeMarco, Myrtle Zeh, Janet Zaken. Second Row: Betty Cherepko, Becky Harvey, Myrna Evans, Elaine Wil- liams. Seated: J oan Supernovich, JoAnn Atkinson. Standing, top to bottom: Mary Ann Yuhas, Ruth Buck, Janet Marraccini, Ruth Ann Thornton. First Row: Barbara Foytik, Fran- ces Domer, Dorothy Large, Geor- giann Morgan. Second Row: Sarah Foulks, Wilhelmena Crocci. '-:hw Carole Miller, Norma Vitori,Vio1et Caruthers, Elizabeth Picketts, Ruth Ann Holmes. H-. First Row: Judy Smith, Mary Lou Pysz. Second Row: Marlene 1011, Ioan Silberman, Lois Sorg, Shirley Resh. First Row: Nancy Brown, Patty Pasquinelli, Gladys Werner. Sec- ond Row: Paul Rosche, Janet Gump, Harry King. First Row: Larry Williams, Craig McKenzie, Harold Joll. Second Row: Kenneth Smith, John Cresmanouski. Jack Greenewald, James Howden, Alvin Harris, Harold Wilhelm. -me ...R .aiu John Jacob, Letcher Long, James Harris, Bill Apielthaler, Robert Thomas, Ruth Ann Adams. First Row: Joyce Schoemer, Jim Mathews, Leroy Miller. Second Row: Mary Andrews, Lloyd 0'Bryon, Thayer Robinson, Paul Cherepko. First Row: James Jones, Ron For- tunato, Jack Stirbis, Robert Neal, Ronald Gillie. Second Row: Joseph Lech, Norman Lipscomb, Melvin Saccani. First Row: Dominic Giovannucci, Jack Santone. Second Row: Edith Gamble, Albert Nehila, Marlene Wise. Tom Demalon, Orrie Rockwell, An- thony Soukovich, Mike Piper, Char- les Bakewell, James Stragand. Q sd -,-,,- ,, -,.... 'n Donna Stevenoski, Carole Lees, Vormie Riden, Sara Spate, Pat Son- cini. First Row: Marshall Kelly, Bill Howder, John Covelli, Richard Sand- meyer. Second Row: Denny Ber- shok, Clarence Fisher, Ernie Frantz, Donald Wall. 43 Oscar McPeake, Alvin Ophar, Mit- chell Holliday, Robert Grimes, Thomas McNeil, Richard Wright. F . F' l' S0pl10II10l'vS-- Spirit in Scarclziug As the Sophomores look into the second mirror of their high school career, they see the reflections of a busy and important year and of new opportunities open to them. 'They see both the hard work and the pleasant - - the good times and the bad. Their privileges broaden and they are permitted to take a language. Possibly the most important re- flection they see is the place they have made for them- - selves in the history of Betsy High. They must work hard and do their best to succeed in both studies and the activities of which they are now a more important part. But there is fun too with the work that makes this sophomore year complete- -the dancesg the partiesg the hall gamesg the assembliesg the plays. There is something new and different for each one. Yes, in every way the sophomore year is an im- portant one and its members must, and will, lend a helping hand to make it a success. Mr. Behanna 'K 31 . 5'-.firm ZfqfJ'..f'f,, 2? ajj-iii? '-L .Z . , 4 'S' - . 'sq ' TH, las,-.ii'1Q - .,.-Y Y ?3J!3ii1'!- u.-e-':l:-K+: E-ings: - g 1 Znrls'-791 1 s 2' ' " ,, l., r ,.,c, 4' n . ,v tl. PV. Nl- 1 . fs 2 R Bill Shank, Presidentg Darlene Luzier, Trea- surerg Ronnie Zadroga, Secretaryg Margie Rue, Vice President. - R' -1 First Row: R. McCorkle, E. Smart, H. Pittard, W. Chaney, C. Clarke. Second Row: S. Homer, N. McFee1y, N. Culbert, M. Campoli, B. Lloyd, H. Someryille. Third Row: G. Kelly, L. Miller, J. Cunningham, R. Hobaugh, W. ThofHQS, R- Nemchick. First Row: J. Bauer, C. Goretzka, A. DeRosa, I. Malloy, W. Roler. Second Row: J. Gbruoski, S. Tustin, J. Grilli, M. Slavick, K. Albin, B. Billick. Third Row: D. Eshelman, J. Wise, K. Kline, B. Kampert, C. Kalkbrenner, D. Fine, D. Ripple, R. Anjeski. .l1 1.-1 .ii-l-1 First Row: T. Viscusco, C. Soukovich, R. Zadroga, R. Bowers. Second Row: W. Kus- kie, B. Thompson, A. Hofmeister, J. Caster, D. Dora, G. Munger. Third Row: M. Gon- doly, G. Hall, D. Watson, D. Schwaed, R. Johnston, A. Furst. 'Y First Row: C. Payne, J. Braum, F. Matick, A. Householder, E. Clark. Sec- ond Row: D. Fisher, L. Lannon, J. Aifinito, A. Caprio, B. Watson, M. Rue, I. Brydebell. Third Row: G. Hamilton, E. Wallace, P. Quattrone, D. Griffith, L. Gall, K. Hutchinson. 1 , 'xr - 4 of ' ' gy.-Y-4,3591 J I Q sL,g..,f:Z!"Q '-' ,Y Af' Q, N, W f ff First Row: G. Gephart, T. RRPP, K. Bruni, F. Mesiarich. Second Row: I. 1011, I. Shaifer, N. Pierce, V. Reed, B. Ki , N. Large. Third Row: B. Bickell, 5. Werner, G. McCall, D. Buck. Fourth Row:A. Fallert, G. Maurer, P. Pepka. First Row: J. Greco, H. Caster, E. Clark, V. Panicucci. Second Row: I. Ravish, P. Backus, B. Sterner, B. Huemme, A. Lukach, C. Gelzhiser. Third Row: R. Maple, M. Pasquale, J. Kastan, B. Hough, G. Hamilton. Fourth Row: E. Roll, W. Pysz, R. Lewis, R. Huiford. ,.,i'l'.:1.a. First Row: W. Bernosky, M. Pomaibo, D. Meisl, I. Williams. Second Row: R. Maple, N. Kier, R. Swindell, D. Luzier, P. Pauley, V. Ravish. Third Row: W. Giles, R. Vanio, R. Kisselovich, D. Runyan, S. Dally. First Row: D. Washburn, R. Staszak, G. Lech, P. DeRosa. Second Row: K. Warters, E. Lanldord, N. Brancolini,C. Fisher, C. Young, C. Culley. Third Row:A. Wilson, I . Fetchen, W. Kisner, D. Roberts, J. Cantoni, C. Mc- Quillis. Fourth Row: F. Bernadowski, P. Farmer, W. McCorkle, D. Brancolini. First Row: L. Piccini, R. Harris, W. Bowers, W Second Row: B. Tedesco, B. Holmes, B. Munger, J. T Marks, S. Moore, A. Smithney. Third Row: J. Rogers, C. King, J. Reschenthaler, D. Grajcar. First Row: J. Felicity, B. Fin- ley, R. Yarsunes, C. Anthony, R. Lennox, C. Kalkbrenner, T. Como. Second Row: J. Wer- ner, H. Thomas, H. Couchenour, E. Haywood, G. Gallick, H. Reed. Third Row: R. Lennox, B. Bowers, M. Corcoran, B. Sterling, B. Evans. First Row: G. Reisnauer, J. Currey, L. Young, R. Thomas, A. Fellabaum. Second Row: J. Costa, R. Garland, J. Williams, G. Caird, S. Joll, P. Allen, B. Truifa, A. Legezea. Third Row: R. Large, L. Gephart, T. Lytle, F. Kartesz, W. Shank, L. Cain. lllQ,x 1 , Mr. Barlow, Mr. Revetta and Dr. Monheim break ground for the new high school. July 24, 1955 In costume for Tri Hi Y U.N convention at Harrisburg. Christmas in the library 915511111511 gill! in Ending The opening day of school is a sad day for some, but a happy day for others, especially the Freshmen, They have reaced the first big goal in their life, High School. That very first day is a very exciting one, and to some a little frightening too. When they enter school they look around at all those steps and rooms, and doubt very much if they'l1 ever find their way around. After they've met all the teachers and have started on their work, which is certainly different than they expected, they begin to get accustomed to this big change which has taken place. The first thing they know they are nearing the end of that frightening year as a Freshman and moving toward that more sophisticated classg Sophomore. Mr. Kite Z' fig V 1' Y . 'fn 'fr ' it ri ' 5 Dennie Dachille, Presidentg Jayne Cooley, Secretaryg Second Row: Barbara White, Vice Presidentg Zana I ones, Treasurer. I , , A1 A Q. in U f I 3 S N ,f-, ,we ' S 5 , af W.. , A ng ,1 i ,'3fyQs:z, 1 aff .- : . e " - 4 I 'iii A, ,M N Vw First Row: Gillen, King, Clark, Large, Protz, Tyszkiewicz, E1esie,Sterner, Drake, McVicker. Second Row: Crim, Stanko, Shaffer, Opfar, Marcieski, Joll, Wolfe, Sykes, Bigi, Revetta. Third Row: Holliday, Gealy, Johnson, Davis, Fine, Andrews, Boyd, Cain, Zugeber, Lloyd, Umber. First Row: Glass, Cooley, Cheeseman, Jones, Foytik, Cuthbert, Efaw,Supernovich, Mardis, Legeza. Second Row: Gregg, Rothey, Meisl, Wassel, Kline, Opfer, Tignanelli, Culbert, Thomas, Franks, MacDouga11, Wallace. Third Row: Backus, Kirschner, Riley, Shoembach, Flowers, Petrosky, Hough, Gahagen, Davis, Zecchini, Calabro, Myr,:k. ,...IIV W 4 W ww W M N. - ' , 1 ' gif-1, A if 1 :IE J I L! M154 '1 av Um ' i if tl' , Q i 1 1 , I Y First Row: Kurutz, Andrews, Obusek, Lowry, Hutchinson, Fellabaum, Douglass, Garner, Simko, Kill. Second Row: Butcher, Hofmeister, Gassner, Codeluppi, Price, Fellabaum, McKenery, Resh, Serena. Third Row: Anderson, Lewis, Turic,Pasternak, Evans, Pagli- ari, Soncini, Criado, Jenkins, Bell. First Row: Sevick, Wright, Territ, Crovak, Bramhall, Elko, Kapuska, Kroki, Zimmer, McCall. Second Row: Galati, Brunton, Timko, Wiggins, Furst, Barker, Hammel, Natali, White, Baloga. Third Row: Vidil, Wycoff, Dachille, Stirling, Brady, Mathers, Howell, Posa, Smart, Nelson. , 5 i 'gi i ' Q ' X 1 1 , de, L .A 1' lll,L.."3,-U.ll..,.fiL ,, ,. v .i..,.,, , A "hu" First Row: Mayhugh, Fuller, Hamilton, Swartz, Kadar, Crandall, Bennett, Sender, Pal- umbo, Ekaitis. Second Row: Massari, Brown, Howder, Russell, Morris, Similo, Kremp, Calhoun, Cvetan. Third Row: Thornton, Neeson, Runyan, Stewart, Fraser, Griffith, Bakewell. First Row: Shotwell, Lang, Hough, Davis, Andrews, Kasick, Gamble, Hixenbaugh, Carney, Kuch. Second Row: Hoffman, Mayhugh, Tognarini, Nehila, Withers, Pershing, McCorkle, Evans, Kyner, Hess, Schmit. Third Row: Lees, Pipp, Streyle, Buchina, Davenport, Ferry, Fellabaum, Zecchini, Porter, Snyder, Opfar, Bazier. I i r i ann A xr ,br Y if If :ft by vi ' i . ""'?T."I'+"'--- Y-' -Sn-- .. , r I ' N ,, lfn - Egg- A bv-5, If-.aan-.. , ' f Q K'-K xuffkai tx, ' I 5 - . ahctj. l b 'Qllsigtfvixi ihllllfll my l i x!'QEI glf W, Gu 9 Illlun,liQ"r-'U,fO,'- 5" lllllunf' .LI-0' --.- lllllll". .fllllf I I I I I I I" I,-:m,', Ol 'Q 9 'off' 'il 'E' " ,:ps.Od.':Il.0. I A I Q.0..ll I-i,',', 4.6 'L' i",. llllg 'Ulf "' li" .il Our Athletes--f 2711: "Greats" Of Ulu' Sports World The main ambition of a high school athlete is to be awarded a varsity letter in baseball, basketball, and foot- ball. Pictured here are four senior boys who have achieved this honor: William Pagliari, George Sorick, James Lipscomb, and James Nolder. , These four boys and the remainder of A ' the squad have put forth all their effort to represent their high school to the best of their capabilities. 54 ' 'fag i 1 ' 5 'I F 7 A WW -veil'-wg' ' I 'fffis'-1' M' ' PI V iv Q K M .2 fl, W ' , 51111- 'W PM ww 3 N- 'v Yrs! " ' Q V w Our Gridiau -1 , .f Q , -gw . gf , :-1, x. f' Xn i b' ,V L . 2.5 ? H M ' Zfgif .Wik ia arr5LMg:g':1son , d5Qw.f'..r . Orrie Rockwell 'Rocky' J if "iw '- JK M X James McClure 'Mick' David McCox-kle "Speed' 56 -1.1 - fl James Stragand KJim,J Edward Chapman KHankl ll. 3' 1 .., . vsv, ' ' 1 J h A. x,. , ,J mx ME f ,X Great ' p 'z,q5,g:zf:1 M X 50:2 ' .f . , 4. . .L . h f X 1 Coach Rubino Gary Flintall " Flint' Ray Swisher y if 'Swish' James Nolder 51. 'AE' 6fNuggyl 57 Jim Lipscomb 'Woody' Thayer Robinson "Heavy' . ,, 1' 7,441 Fred Blanc 'Freddy' Our Hask alba!! L, .mv M ww ,X ,W James Lipscomb 'Woody' 58 Coach Hornfeck, Coach Fleischauer Si Greens" This year, the basketball team had one of the best seasons it has had in many years. The members of the team were rewarded for their many weeks of hard practice beforehand by winning their first game and many more to come. 1956 has George Sorick 'Whitey " been a good year for basket- ball in E. F. H. S. and for every- one in old Betsy High. James Nolder 'Nuggy' Gary Flmtall " Flint' T' - "JBA .Y ar.. Mr. Behanna, Equipment Manager Mr. Shaver, Athletic Director Our ?uturc Coach Fleischauer '13 YE N ag l ' ,, , -1 f w '1': l AL' fix-'I fl ,Q X Baseball Pray The Baseball team this yearis work- ing under a new coach. Although base- ball isn't supported aswell bythe student body as football and basketball, it is usually E-F's most successful sport. The boys have gone all out this year in an effort to provide Elizabeth-Forward with a winning season. They started practice right after basketball season and continued practice during the whole schedule in an effort to bring victory to Elizabeth-Forward High. ,' - . M , 1. --Z,-,gl . 1: 51511 . -,wk P r1,ef,. W TH , 5 X , K :A . .lyk A7I.,Q?1Ywf! l,?v..?fiiiy3lgH? J f- -, f" .' . Y l'.,l'11ylgl-If V - ,yw,-.1-,limi . :' .fflliiff . I 4.7,,d,.kL....A ,i4.Ml.1:-. 5.-tgsgmkgg K" F HH." " it . ""...f.-35" aff: :Y ,u ,L , . ' 3.11.11 ,WTSHZQ 4 ,. ,y T g,. ga 4' ,f .1 "af-inf W as , Mug. . QL w,3g4,...fia.lt NYE? p W . 1 W., mi ry- - ,'jxgi,IvQ-.yai iwg ., ,gi y -- Y - ,V - . - V ' E .: M V W .J .,,,u,, v-Fiiggafgff. ,, .. 1 .f ?, . ' , J., ,'l'Q'Ew.f3"'weh.f29 ,:, 1 Q 3 . .' ' ' K , iw r',." - ,L H--1 , ' 1 , . 'MA M-. ' --. H 5,-', yt, 5 a' 1-, -31 ' ,hx ' f' - 1' 1 -M.-f ' "'-k1,v"'7fY.'I','i"1 t. ,.. 1:-1 'f . Aa, .7 ,, film' 31. .im Mufti, 1 H .Mu ,ha twiw. t. I 'inf g"-lin" Ig ffm' f"frPlVf1'f:5 .Ir '4 '-AZ'i.rGl N! l"'I,Iw4k! 'gX'4zSh'f'JBgf?91"fiHx 2 " - - ' '1, ' f , is,,,':-J e 1' p ' . ,W ,,,1, '- v'. K ' - - I, y- Q :L 1 .J , Mhfl,-, 1-,I A y' -f . ' L- 'v'-.y'AiTf.f"' lfV',.5. if it We 'ff wig. 1.2126 :.:fLQ-.M Safe at first Seated: Mr. Fleischauer, I. Lipscomb, M. Piper, A. Soukovich, G. Sorick, N. Lipscomb, C. Bakewell, W. Eichler, R. Francesconi, B. Sowa. Standing: Z. Neal, J. Stragancl, I. Nolder, D. Weigel, B. Pagliari, E. Llnville, E. Chapman, E. Drake. fi ai! I-. 'xanga E. , is-. - - .,"rp'v'sfr"'-'Z" -vo-.'-M ...-"' - ' -,-f,Q.-A 11 - i ..' - , -- , .,'- .MM .,, A! , 6 .,,.,,. .fu ..:i..Z,,--,. 1 A . ,-. p K M . tw- I gf. 1' agguh ., , .ik -I it . 4 ,igUmNug?Hm,,NHLa:? A -.een -. 51-. 4- " 4' ' - "' 'l 3' " , , .-.LW '- ,, . ,- "' -A . W , , .. H ff' " 'W' J' ' " f F". ' " S -M ."?"'e:. T t3..-51:3-i"" I? as cr vas The reserves are the group of sports-minded boys who make up the Junior Var- sity. This group of boys play the seniors in football and they also have regularly set games with other schools just as the Varsity does. 1955-56 Varsity Basketball Schedule Date School "Nov, Braddock Dec Scott 'Dec Bentleyville Dec. Bethel 'Dec 'Dec East McKeesport North Huntington 'Dec West Newton "'Jan. Homestead Jan. Glas sport Jan. Brentwood 'J an. Duquesne J an. C1 airton 'J an. Munhall Jan , McKeesport Jan . Monongahela Jan . Homestead "' Feb. Glass port "' Feb. Bethel Feb. Duquesne " Feb. Clairton Feb. Munhall "Feb, McKee sport 'Home Games 1. -SQ .Y GQ 'aw 1955-56 Varsity Football Sept. 9 Sept. 17 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 5 Schedule . . Carnegie . . . .North Huntington . ..Rankin .. . . Braddock . . . .Belmar . .. .Glassport . . . .Grafton .. .. Rostraver ....Ca1ifornia Home Games Mar. 'Mar Apr. Apr. 'Apr. Apr. Apr. 'May May " May 'May 'May BASEBALL - '55 28 Clairton 31 Donora 6 Donora 12 Edgewood 28 Clairton Glassport 28 Duquesne 2 Edgewood 6 East Mclieesport Glassport 1I East McKeesport Duquesne ' - 1 9:55, Our Organizations- Zlu' ,Cifc Of Clic Selma! Among the leaders of the school are these students who are pictured here. They are: Agnes Vigilotti-g Edward Lin- villeg Dale Weigelg Judie Stanier. They have been voted as the "Most Active" students of E. F. H, S. They are shown here signifying the many activities of the clubs and organizations of E. F. H. S. Q MM S www w in 55' ,A 1 fm H"'1.:'H1 E'XQ5?Hw H if ww H w - ww w v . N wx QW'-M ,xv , .Yi Wag? , 1, 5, .- u , 5 My M .. WM :swamps-.H - - '-. 4 r- , 5543 ng , ...M .Ji 2711: Hand trikcs Clic Keynote Dale Weigel, Treasurerg Judie Stanier, Sec- retaryg Ray Brancolini, Presidentg Sara. Spate, Vice President. First Row: Carol Steele. Second Row: Margie Rue, Ioan Silberman. Third Row:Norma Pierce, Gladys Werner, Lois Sorg, JoAnn Hebei, Ida Jean Silberman, Barbara Billick, Mary Lou Pysz, Marie Campoli. LMA rel. 1--'sv -W,-.4!?.3a Q-4-'9'F'-'105 It L. ,- Those eight girls whom you see jumping around at our football games aren't crazy, they are Elizabeth-Forward's Cheerleaders. These girls work very hard practicing every week in summer as well as in our school months to organize and practice cheers and skits for our games. Each week there is a new head cheerleader who is in charge of leading the other girls. The cheerleaders consist of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. The present cheerleaders are Sandra Krasheski, Eleanor Vidil, Gayle Holliday, Vicky DeMarco, Carole Lees, Shirley Batch, Judy Smith, and Gloria Ekaitis. The uniforms of the girls consist of black skirts with red pleats and red sweaters with the black letters E.-F. on the front. There are five new cheerleaders selected each year by the present cheerleaders and Mrs. Allen. First Row: Gloria Ekaitis, Gayle Holliday, EIGHHOI' Vidil, Shirley Batch. Sec- ond Row: Sandra Kra- sheski. Third Row: Carole Lees, Vicki DeMarco, Judv Smith. V V .S ' sv i I Hen ' E g ' , 'K Qi 1 . f' req L A .. . 1 v Y T11 . 7 , ki, t , . - , E , X AA,,... . Z , f 'ff 1 . V li' V-L it -' W, ' -is, 'V ' ' ' l 51,13 1,,L,, I f 'ja :gi xv ..-skit? gf' gf' i:, Q Mrs. Allen Clic Elzccrlcadcrs ,Md 2711: Pep "The Indian Yell' Ax L wi F 1, fl? ' " T3 Fi - , I .., ., 4 .. ff. ' . ,Q f ?'li'3gjQ - 5 Gi l- .ff if ,, J " Q ' 4 THE G. A. A. When I look into the mirror of the past l The reflections I see in my mind ever last, The refl ' ' ' ' ectlon wh1ch 1S excepuonally clear, Is that of the G. A. A., the club of the year. ,4 A. gill! Will: Sports Carol Steele, Presldentg Mrs. Allen, Sponsorg Von- . g g M nie Riden, Secretaryg Carol J A12 Thornton, Treasurer. f I A i Ulu' 9. 9. A. ' u if First Row: I-I. Thomas, J. Bauer, R. Troup, J. MacDouga.l1, E. Haywood, C. Fine. Second Row: R. Wilhelm, D. Hofmeister, J. Felicetty, T. Shaffer, G. Gallick, K. Bell, S. Culbert. Third Row: W. Williams, E. Stanko, B. Streyle, B. Bedsworth, C. Fisher, P. Rouche, F. Furst. Fourth Row: R. Opfar, B. Cain, C. Thayer, I. Nevin, A. Bruce, C. Thayer. Fifth Row: W. Douglass, T. Fisher, H. Reed, J. Lipp, K. Miller, D. Hof- meister, H. Wilhelm, P., Cherepko. 'U ,And 2711: Mr. Stoner Clarence Fisher, Treasurerg Paul Rosche, Presidentg Don Hofmeistel Vice Presidentg Bob Bedsworth, Secretaryg Paul Cherepxo, Sentinel. 9. ff. ,4. O sr ' 2 ' D 1Illiiiilmmatiliiiffmimuxr-..,, ' ' .1 ' V 'qv' ' Nei . -, , ' rr ' 6, 'f" -' 1 - - --.nm-., , ,.. nv.-r. 1.....m . , ,gt Q5 , i ' A I fqt ,-Q -'--.fr -4' V oe - Mrs. Green lend Ifacatiaual Interns! FFL 'Xl Ill. ff . fa ,wa 1 'Y , bi First Row: B. Schaefer, D. Schwirian, J. Hebel, S. Batch. Second Row: E. Brooks, J. Stone, D. Kadar, D. Snyder. Third Row: M. Slavick, G. Holliday, C. Steele, S. Przybylski. Marion Slavick, Treasurerg Carole Steele, Vice Presidentg Gayle Holliday, Presidentg Shirley Przybylski, Secretary. 'll v , mn. Ulu Z'ri-fli- V--Alpha and rv Patty Pasquinellt, Vice Presidentg Eleanor Vidil, Presidentg Sara Spate, Treasurerg Helen Rucienski, Secretary. M M e Q , . ff '- e v ? 4 ,. N 5 1' -r . K- Xxx U . ,Ani I Miss Nun First Row: L. Bowers, M. Pierce, A. V lotti, I. Silberman. Second Row: I. Stan C. Steele, D. Kadar, J. Ferretti, A. L: ford, H. Ruciencki, E. Vidil. M. Lipp, P. Pasquinelli, I. Silberman, M. Ioll, G. Werner. Second Row: L. Sorg, M. Yuhas, B. Cherepko, R. Adams, D. Steven- oski, S. Spate, I. Watts, S. Resh, N- Br0Wn- Z. 72 Beta--Give Service Za Utlzcrs Mrs. Simko Row: T. Marks, A. Caprio, B. Watson, Affinito, C. Culley, K. Gelzhisen. Second M. Rue, J. Castor, B. Hough, N. Mc- B. Holmes, D. Dora, N. Kier, I. Third Row: V. Reed, J. Kastan, Lanldord, L. Lannon, C. Young, K. Hutch- A. Lukach, A. Legezea, J. Reschen- , J. Porter, P. Allen, D. Grajcar, B. D. Buck, C. Kalkbrenner, J. Wer First Row: J. Palumbo, I. Tyszkiewicz, B white, c. Ioll, P. Pascarem, P. Mccorme. 'Z Second Row: H. Legezea, J. McVicker, E. King, M. Ekaitis, S. Large, K. Clark, P. Opfer, S. Territ, S. Crandall, D. Gillen, P. Hammel, C. McCall. T7 Vlrgmla Reed, Presidentg Jean Kastan, Secretaryg Helen Legezea, Vice Presidentg Zana Jones, Trea- surer. ...x- h Q r , " ' J -Q' '-- ,- I 15, 4 K. JJ--1 ' ,... 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Second Row: Vickey DeMarco, Sec- retaryg Virginia Vay, Vice President. First Row: Agnes Vigilotti, Display Chairmang JoAnn Atkinson, Filing Chairman. Second Row: Anna Lankford, Chairman of Overdue Notice Committeeg Janet Ferretti, Literary Chairmang Gene Abernathy, Magazine Chairman. 38 an ,,.. 455 lvifxlf I 1 I - 1 , , ' if f ft A N ,f .- - Y .,? J -sizing. ,- C.i5Uv me fibrary 61116 Stimulatcs Reading Whiz National Education Week Display John Malloy, Jean Grilli, Karen Albin, Dorothy Grajcar. Halloween Float: P. Pittard, G. Holliday, D. Wash- burn, I-I. Morrison, L. Mendicino. Gayle Holliday, Treasurerg Sara Spate, Vice Presidentg Dale Weigel, Presidentg Judie Stanier, Secretaryg Mr. McNish, Sponsor. Science 61116 llrgcs Srpcrimcutatiau Ferretti, I. Silberman, C. Steele, G. Holliday, R. Holmes, E. Vidil, E. Brooks, H. Rucienski, P. Pittard, X iZ: 'XL ,, ' D. Schwirian. Third Row: C. Hebel, I. Silberman, I. Caster, M. Rue, A. Caprio, S. Spate, A. Legezea, B. KE-15, N. Pierce, V. Reed, D. Luzier, J. Affinito, S. Homer, A. Vigilotti, J. Stanier. Fourth Row: L. D M "'W' Young, S. Homa, R. Brancolini, D. Ioll, D. Graham, R. Bennett, D. Weigel, R. Schwirian, D. McCorkle, H. King, W. Apfelthaler. 77 First Row: P. Clarke, J. Caird, E. Schaefer, E. Brooks, E. Ufko, M. Pierce. Second Row:T. Gallagher, J. Stanier, D. Weigel, A. Lankford. Third Row: D. McCork1e, D. Joll, T.. Russell, R. Brancolini, R. Opfer. f i W E , ,n Don Joll, Marybelle Pierce, Agnes Vigilottig IZWPP H P 1 Committee Chairmen. Language 61116 Euilds llniwrsal understanding Sara Spate, Secretaryg Harry King, Presidentg Doug Graham, Vice Presidentg James Nolder, Treasurer. wwe. 'i -g.1.i.1'H'f-1.5 5. gsfa, Q . W.. X ,L , E rj , ,,nvvr" Q, Qs .5 EW 'w 4? . gi 'gl a is f P .4 'F F Mrs. Brandfass sun: ms f -'to S , , U X - V Sf T Mike Piper, Vice Presidentg Pat Pittard, V . B .N H ll , ' . ,Ks Q f' in M ,. :f,'-,-,-' V , ', '5 WW , H .A xx' sign w 'S , wr., :Q BFE 5 Presidentg Mr. Furno, Sponsorg Richard X'-. . , e,- N .5 A, ? . .. Calhoun, Treasurerg Jean Kastan, Sec- ,,,rH'H .- "L retary. 1 N, f L N- E ' A J, , ,M il M .i "" M " A 7 L-:+.3'i'5 W ' M 'r fifif ' 4 ,f' zi, 1 i 2 ' S if S if .- gg:-if-.i p ,Vg 7. " wxnil :' j ' ' ' . ' , f'f'T:i ' if , , , ,- ' 3' 'il' gsm' Y - . , , P . 'N .. .W-..,-1-f .- -' H es .. f""- ' W " x " :.::v"":j1 2? uzhw, fwf- HM' ff f: - . 'W . S " "" A " S' S ,Q W' S x V " -1. " ' 'Q 5 , 1,124 2 Q . ,, -.j...,.5i A , . . 1 L. K 'em H H '11 ' ..., .. . fa-fsfrf , 55 5"'....' ,As Student 6enneilSl1aufs llnderstnnding of Student Problems YT H, Ruclenskl, p. plttard, E, J. White, Y. Riden, V. Demarco, M. Hall, L. Gephart, J. Calhoun, R. Pagliari, C. Hess. J ' l " ll n nulunlum First Row. D. Gxllen, D. Natah. Second Row: filihfn .fy if A ,vv , Q .- 3,525 Qs ,f I . , . v f , 4, , Mt, 4- H Q W 0 GK vi! Q.. A f uk figs' ' 1 ' ' K 'it R , f-21' I, V mi K I Q is ' , N S. Horner, B. Watson, D. Kadar, J. Caird, R. Thornton, S. Spate, J. Ferretti, V. DeMarco - Make-Up Staff. " '--w,1,,,5g,nh ,sj5gglIgNj,. ,w H X A. , E ivy!! ' H:-5 1 . J, '-- ' 7-xi"-A I . x . 1 f. SQ! j ..V 5 1? J 555 ' s .E'E:E.IE:EEEE-Q , fr ,g . , , . t ' H 1 ., A , ,,. F f A . M ii ,lj E .., wgfix , Q Q. ,o1:,, ii. , ,Y E, . Q A ' Q La? fat -f -M 112, wi ff ,E W: 1,4 H, ..-.,,. , ,WW , ...,.,, . P- Clarke, R. Opfer, B. Harvey, L. Lannan, P. Allen, J. Stragand - Art Staff. P. Pasquinelli, N. Brown, E. Vidil, J. Warters, I. Watts, A. Mondale, J. Atkinson, V. Vay, C. Thornton, J. Smith, K. Hutchinson, I. Silber- man, R, Holmes, G. Werner, C. Young, M. Lipp, M. Pierce, J. Werner - Business Staff. A 4- -'35 gin-5 N .e J :UNL . .. JS-0 N M 7 -.' , 1 X , -J AA iq so . I.. - -- 'nv .iff - L t ::.f1::::'f, 1 .. ff' visa- :- 811-,Mau .K srdgg? V B, F. AF 1' He..,,M.f25?9,,f?ff H " " , 4 . . A . X ,is ...g.?agf5,WE,..gl izww H, lvl, WW ' 4 5' .3 K . ' 5 - , X1 . X , i 1. i"5Q5?,1p 4 , mx it ' 'af 5?5fi:k?.Qf.v R.. Schwirian, J. Meisl, E. Schaefer, J. Silber- rnan, J. Gump, B. King, C. Fisher, G. Aber- nathy - Literary Staff. i ,P 4 S. Krasheski, H. Rucienski, P. Pittard, R. Halt, H. Stanko, S. Batch, L. Sorg, S. Zeh, M. Phillips, M. Pysz - Typists. J. White, A. Vigilotti, T. Russell, T. Gallagher, J. Malloy, R. Adams, C. Bakewell, L. DeVin- centis - Photography Staff. .,,,,' Mfr First Row: Eleanor Vidil, Business Managerg Janet Ferretti, Editorg Janet Marraccini, Assistant Editorg Second Row: Agnes Vigilotti, Feature Editorg Ray Brancolini, Sports Editorg Pat Soncini, News Editorg Helen Rucienski, Typing Editor. Pat Clarke, Art Editorg Janet Gump, Activities Editor. Chr Warrior Horrrs Activity Staff - V. DeMarco, N. Pierce, G. Abernathy, R. Calhoun, R. Brown. ...N MMMEQ . . ,. r... sm., . my-N' fill lls:ifiES?i,1,.,.. 1 . ... Q za. . , , ,x "6 P Y 5 -. -655. - iifii.-... ' Miss Rubino, Sponsorg Feature Staff - D. Kadar, C. Joll, B. King, C. L. Sorg, S. Spate, B. Billick, L. Lannan. Fisher L '- 32.1, E , 1. 354, may www! "fun 'Wu Judy Meisl and Gloria Ekaitis in a tense scene from the National Edu- cation Week play, "The High Win- dow.' .ff we Formal initiation into National Thespians. 1955. Tapping ceremony, December 1955. Front Row: J. Stanier. A. Vigilotti, G. Ekaitis, J. Meisl, H. Rucienskig Second Row: E. Linville, D. Weigel, L. DeVincentis, M. Pierce, .T . White, W. Schivley. ,mf HH?-'E , f :M me n:'.'Z9 Shirley Resh, pianist with Mrs. Brown, Director. T' n Thornton, Vice-Presidentg Bette Schaefer, Presidentg Darlene Luzier, Secretary-Treasurer. And Zh: Elwrus .Ccnds Clic Harman From bottom to top of steps: E. Brooks, D. Schwirian, C. Guffey, E. Lankford, B. Schae- fer, P. Pittard, L. Bowers, J. Gump, P. Pasquinelli, J. Marraccini, J. Silberman, P. Soncini, M. Thompson, M. Joll, N. Brown, J. Hunt, J. Smith. From bottom to top of steps: N. Culbert, E. Lankford, C. Culley, S. Joll, B. Watson, D. Luzier, D. Buck, C. Young, K. Hutchinson, C. Fisher, J. Schaefer, M. Campoli, I. Kastan, P. Fellabaum, V. Reed, M. Rue, N. Pierce, E. King, P. Douglass, G. Elesie, P. Simko, C. Kill, M. Hutchinson, P. McCork1e, I. Cooley, P. Opfer, S. Bennett, K. Clarke, V. McVicker, S. Tig- nanelli, M. Kline, I. Rothey. During the beginning of her freshman yea a girl may find herselfin front ofa Magic Mirr repeating: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, whi club shall I choose from among them all "The Gir1's Chorus," answers the mirror. gal- ikand I When the couples entered the auditorium last year they realized that they were in promland, not just any promland, but Alice's promland. The auditorium, deco- rated to resemble A1ice's wonder- land, was as beautiful as for any prom ever held in E-F High. The music was provided by Bobbie Venton, whose orchestra played the smooth style of music in keeping with the theme. The Juniors, class of '56, worked very hard on the prom, starting early in the year, choosing the theme first, the "pitching in' and working on the decorations. The prom is the year's biggest social event, and Alice in Promland was no exception. The members of the class of '56 used all the resources of the school, also a lot of effort, and created a delightful prom. Junior and Senior queens courts, escorts , ,.xs. T' 1 F515 3 53 4 E x .TCA-1, Pd I V' gr cf 4 , ff! ' Seated: Carol Smart, '55 Valedic- toriang Jack Price, Presidentg Nellie Piccini, Salutatorian Cstandingl. 571: Elass of '55 Says Sfarcufcll Last year, as the Class of Fifty-five moved into the auditorium to the strains of 'Pomp and Cir- cumstance," mothers cried, fathers comforted them, and all the Seniors felt empty inside despite the smiles they wore. Their dark blue robes were neatly pressed and they were in perfect step and timing as they filed to their seats. The walk from the door to their seats was a short one, but long enough for them to remember the sad, the gay, and the serious times they had had in Old Betsy High. The expressions on their faces showed many different feelings. Some were sad, wistful, and nervous, while others were just scaredg but the thought behind each one was the sameg "Am I sad or glad to leave this school? Both I guess." But their next thought was an exciting one to all of them. "What next?" . fvszaig, I tj , ' M fs .. AZ-ls fjjfgg I. , ., '-.fc Jai' Dr. Faulk and Dr. Stqregr. 5 ff V flflff'-"W 5f,!l"xf'Q 1-1' ff Seniors receive diplomas from Vffji :Lv-ff-M,A.a -44 5 , jf MAJ .V- . ,GJ ,mai LG fi" ff Iv ll! -7'x.1' y, 'fi 'QXIN . NLM'-'Lg' i will , U f ff .3 , " 1 J 151 fi ewwg ff ,cglg ,J ,kj V DW-L ,ji Q . Byijwy W V 'r-f Xp ., X I W ' I , Awaiting the big moment 'Tuiowjr , uf M ' ,X VI J? A ,K 5 xl 1 ,, v, "Hey, pstl Joe-you here? Where are you? WHO are you now?" Richard Alsopp, Jim LaFrankie, Mona Sharpnack, Carol Smart, Ode Morris in a scene from 'Heaven Can Walti' Heaven Gan Wait "PII have this Farnsworth body in the pink in no time.' "What's the matter - you nailed down, Pete Vaira. or somethin' ?' 4 vi fW.'2fj ,. Q, ,if 2 Queen Agnes, her court, their escorts Semor Queen Rose Dachille crowns Junior Queen Agnes 1111 'NWXIST59' 'E' y , , iff f N F' TP if 'Q 5 fi, ei .ii-i iw 1 5 A scene from 'Alice 1 in Pl.'OIIl13.Ild ' V ,E . eneresity is Reflected in Our Patrons .fl VW? A '. , , . , , bYl'f,'Z,- NLM L'l-'NNCLJ xii. .Q-oLQ,f'i1,,jL, ,. , if qs: il - it bij l l 'K I X ZW N up tL:l,.wN'L0A'wvf 'U lf,-GRM A l W My J gxl5fl'XNh5lAfX'ibl,l'L'UL1'iAJXJ CJSQQCK .lbifvlfu-"'VC9 4 4- 4. - 7 Z X Z " - 4 0 'l '- " .J n z. " 'V ,, Je'wMLU'1x-I - 1-.gf-Ua4l.'3l'f,JO'wfliMMMU Jgfur W W X0 YI- 1" w X' -Alumni f M -- . 1 i QL Miller it 1.1, , . -UDr. A. I. Monheim ,W Lf' 'Mrs' Helen Allen l Mr. and Mrs. A. Mondale 27 Apfelthaler's Jewelry Q, ,Betty Lou Morris Apfelthaler's Shoes ' -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Atkinson N 55 JY C' Murphy M h . K N ympla Restaurant - r. and Mrs. William Atkinson Q , , ,Mrs Margaret Ormond :Thomas Beeler N 39' Q Y Mona Pierce KD . Clyde S. Behanna J? -Mar-1ene piper HJ 'Mrs' 1. Txseph Blsst df 5 N Q-Maxine Piper 4 ff r . rs. elma ran ass . ' ,Jack A Price . 6 ' 3 g:!:':'dlgI?iifS Market pg: Queen Elizabeth Dress Sh0P I I ' ' -XJ ' I ,Lg 5 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston l, f I m 'Gwenn Burkett . Y DQJXLNNY Mr. and Mrs. F. J. nal-lck ' 'WM Mr. and Mrs. F. H. ChI'1Sty U 5' qi? Service Station . n Coughnour and Miller Drug Store va Richard's Dairy W I M Harold Cramer A X Lucille Rippel 1 f Mlkp Mr. and Mrs. James Cresmanouskl ljxl -Mr. and Mrs. O. M Rockwell AN ij Crystal Pharmacy Rockwell Motor Company U l fl'-ing SERTEK SHOP Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rockwell ' ' -M . d M . . -Mr. and Mrs. William Elesle, Jr. , ,Misnagd Sflfeisffert I Rockwell jj' Elizabeth Home Furnishers E. C. Scholl M07 , - 1 y f fi Elizabeth Volunteer Flremen ' -William V. Scholl ' W Q ff J -Jay H. Feldstein Allen I. Schwartz. fi JLJQ f if -Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Frost Y "'-Marjorie B. Scott MJ MA if ' "'-Joseph R. Furno -Walter B. Scott ' f 1 l Mr. and Mrs. William Gessner . :Donald Similo , tj I -William Graham KX rs. Shirley Simko ' do .1 mMrs. Pauline Green Y I J? rs. Ralph Smith AJ f -John Griffith William Spence J Ya ' I Herronfs Department Store Stanler Hardware IG -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hofmeister Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Stollar W U JM . -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hofmeister -Mr, and Mrs, James Storey if 1 'William Hornfeck Strem Studios - . -Q. 4 L f' A The Huddle -George Thompson gjlfflf J' ll, . f -Norman J askol 1 -Peter Vaira, J r. f "James Kite , J Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vidil l rp f , 1 M' :Mrs. Dorothie Kogelman I Western Auto lv Uy,',r,f:.! Laschfs Linoleum and Paint Co. 1 . -Dr. and Mrs. Robert Weston ' M' 0 'James I-'OPPCSU 1 l -Janet White Q ' A A . 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