Elk County Catholic High School - Memories Yearbook (St Marys, PA)

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CARBON help you to revive memories, 'of our happy days at Central in the "CARBON CENTEP OF THE WORLD." s i X THE STAFF i Dedzkafion A small town of some eight thousand souls, tucked away in the hills of upper Pennsylvania, proudly bears the name of SAINT MARYS. Here in the hillcrests rimming Saint Marys, discretely removed from the center of town, are located the facilities of five great CARBON companies-and those of a number of allied industries. Carbon is the parent of our modern age of electricity, electronics, automotive and airborne transport and the flowing goods of mass production. It starts our car, toasts our bread, works in our telephone, our adding machines, our electric calculators, runs our large generators, helps to screen our favorite tele- vision shows, and is related to us in all phases of life. It lays the foundation of everything with which we are associated. Carbon, together with the in- dustries, is as incomparable as it is indispensable. Without it we would have little that we enjoy today. In recognition of more than fifty years of a creative enterprise, we, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-eight, are proud and happy to dedicate this twenty-ninth edition of our Memo to Industry, the producers of CARBON, the King of our community. W,w,m, W Mrwufffmmr - mwmwwwvmwM":m:saz'iee2tQtwrswwwaiawwrassaaawm m.s,ssfnsf:zs:easQaaeiwax lf' Z0 Our gil bm Plants wmwxwmmm mmXxzfaewsxemfmmm-:tiffmwzzssaewsssfsmsiasQziswzzmssffeiiifxsfvsviiwzffzgsvz if " Qi f ' -1 . 8'9- 'xfg V "J X QHKIU3 Nix 1 VNU 5 Q xx ' b 5 E I , X 2 3 , - : A 3 Tr U 3 , F Administration ...Q .'.-.--.-.- c nl.-A . .-.-.-.- ..-.'.'.-.-1. n-4-.-:e..,. .ways Ae. .a.v.'.w..:.'.-.1-'-5 -9 '.-.-.4 . , '.'.0.'.'. - Q . f f.':-'- o -,- v 's ' s r s 4 .'.'. .'- v 4 fe: su. . o - Q an , I 1 I , o ' - H- '.' 5 1 - g f - s f A-.I .5 4 .4 c an 4 ' Q we ,4 Keenan 0f,4z1fhrfrify ' VERY REVEREND FATHER TIMOTHY, O.S.B. Pfzffof' of Sf. Mnryy Pariyb EW' 'WEA REVEREND FATHER GREGORY, O.S.B. Paftor of Surfed H earl Parifh REVEREND FATHER THADDEUS, O.S.B Pfzfior of Qneefz of the W01'ld Pclrixh MR. WILLIAM G. BAUER Sacred Heart Parish Committee MR. BENJAMIN KRELLNER Queen of the World Parish Committee ,4 Zoufcr of Strength MR. BENEDICT R. REUSCHER St. Marys Parish Committee I S . N .....,.. A ..,., . . f . fgrff if . Era z ZA 1, . I 5 . 137, is E : .ii , is 5 QE Our Header and Guide Our Principal FATHER DONALD, O.S.B. Securing strength out of wis- dom . . . planning perpetual progress . . . inspiring intel- lectual integrity . . . he serves as our true FATHER, by cor- recting us when we are Wrong, defending us and praising us . . . Yes, he is, indeed, a cap- able leader whom We all love and admire. 1 SISTER SISTER AGNES ANITA O.S.B. O.S.B. Library 202 Homeroom F0fCH5iC Commercial Forensic "Ides" Zzculfy - l6'11ildcrs SISTER M. SISTER M. MR- PETER BENEDICT BERNADETTE BRUNNER O-S-B O-S-B 101 Homeroom 204 Homeroom 201 Homeroom General Science English Commercial English Assistant Principal "Dramatics" "Memo" Relaxing after "Forensic" Sister Rosella, Sister Regina Ann, Sister Louise, Sister Celestine, Sister Benedict, Sister Eclana, Sister Pauline, Sister Raphael, Sister Basilla, Sister Agnes, Sister Mary Robert. I6 for Camarmuf FATHER SISTER M. MISS IDA EDGAR EVANGELIST FRITZ O-SAB' O.S.B. R.N. Religion 205 Homeroom School Nurse Sodality Religion English Mission Clubs SISTER M. SISTER M. GENEVIEVE GERALDINE O.S.B. O.S.B. Biolggy 205 Homeroom Religion Physics CENTRAL HIGH FAMILY ASSOCIATION The purpose of this organization is: to promote the spiritual, moral, educational, legislative, social and athletic measures conducive to the welfare of students and faculty of Centralg to instill into the homes of its members a religious, moral and cultural atmosphere, to acquaint the public mind vvith the work of the school and to stimulate interest in all its activi- ties. The special undertaking of the Association this year was procuring books for the Library, as well as aiding the Dramatic and Forensic activities. OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES Sealed: Mrs. Henry Zamboldi, Mrs. Alvin Ginther, Mrs. Louis Beck, Mrs. Harold O'Hern, Mrs. Charles Kneidel, Second Vice Presidentg Mrs. William Herbst, Presiclentg Mrs. Walter Elston, Secretary, Mrs. George Bailey, Mrs. John Clark, Mrs. Sylvester Geitner. Standing: Mr. Joseph Lynch, Mr. john Skok, Mr. Aelred Schlimm, Mr. Patrick Gorman, Mr. Edward Leithner, Fr. Donald, Moderatorg Mr. Raymond Cook, Mr. Hilary Stauffer, Mr. William Goetz, Mr. joseph Halloran, Mr. William Herbst, Mr, John Heindl, Treasurer. I7 Orgamzcrs . . . Uzcy 166511 Tackling a difficult problem. Learning the trade in wood shop. Gwynne Schaefer, Gabriel Uljon, Mr, Lupton, Paul Robertson. Thomas Miller, Mr. Mallison. iw SISTER M. MISS JUDY SISTER M. IMELDA KERNER LOUISE O-S-B B 1 I-Iomeroom 0-5413- ZO7 I-Iomefoom EI'1gliSil 104 Homeroom ' Religion Assistant Volleyball Social Studies German Coach l l l l MR. ROBERT MR. RICHARD LUPTON MALLISON Mathematics Wood Shop J. V. Basketball Mechanical Drawing and Baseball Coach the Schwl Kunning . . . and Mr. Petcavage in his favorite Workshop. SISTER M. MRS. WILLIAM FATHER MARTHA MULCAHY PAUL O-S-B' B-2 Homeroom 0.5-B. 103 Homeroom Mathematics Religion Religion Volleyball Sodality Latin Coach Mr. Petcavage, John Schaut, Thomas Rupprecht. MR. ALBERT SISTER M. PETCAVAGE PAULINE Metal and Electric OSB- Shop 105 Homeroom Mechanical Drawing Religion English I SISTER M. MRS. MARGARET ROSE SCOTT O-S-B X 206 Homeroom Homemaking Social Studies German Dramatics MR. AUGUSTINE SPIZZIRRI Health Physical Education Basketball Coach SISTER M. TERESITA O.S.B. 102 Homeroom Chemistry Latin Our faithful janitor. "Steady" Eddie Beeble. 1 Crain ll.-i br Eternity Our teachers score for "Forensic"-Mr, Lupton and his wifeg Mrs. Mulcahy and Mr, Mallison. 'cl M . Scott at History time. Mr' Brunner at Slow? "Accidents will happen," sax rs Sister Agnes in her favorite nook. Mary Cheatle Gloria McAllister Judith Gabler Sister Agnes 2I l6'c'r1erHcfim' Sizflzers Sz. Mary: Przrifb. Able leaders Wim Guided lls. I FATHER FERDINAND, O.S.E. FATHER EDGAR, O.S.B. Srzfred Heart Parifb. FATHER CASIMIR O S B , . . . FATHER PAUL, O.S.B. Queen of the World Parish. 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BREINDEL Carol Q Dreamr about Her town home Report with straight Afs Screamf about Commercial Arithmetic R JOAN M. BRENNEN jo Dreamr about Teaching Making money Srreamf about' No driver's license SHIRLEY R. BEIMEL Sbirl Dreamy about "A" in German Happily married life Screamr about Driving at midnight JEROME E. ERUNN ferry Dreamy about Engineering Buying a car Sfreamr about Pittsburgh Pirates MARY L. BOLOGNA Md7'jf Dreamy about Teaching career Travel Srreamr about Distasteful color combinations Zhi? Dreams of youth JOHN L. BUTZ jobn Dreamr abou! Sports Accounting Srreamr about Studying GEORGIA E. CANCILLA G eorge Dreamr about Working in Washington, D. C. Owning her own car Scream: abou: Her driving "incident" ANN R. DAVIS Annie Dreamx about Happy married life Sports Srreanir about Surprise tests CATHERINE E. CHEATLE Cazby Dreamy abou! Office work Being a housewife Scream: abou! Commercial Arithmetic ' ANN B. DONAHUE Ana Dreamy about "Yanks" Traveling Screamr about Homework Are Kealisms of Tomorrow J .H ll ...E MARY L. FARRELL Lee Dream: about Nursing career Traveling to Europe Screamx about Five minute orals M. GEORGIA FLEMING George Dreamr about Nursing Music Sfreams about ..Gregg,. JOAN M. ENGEL foau Dreamf about Being an R.N. Career in the-Navy Srreamr about Shorthand NANCY A. FREY Speedy Dreamf about Old southern plantation Endless music Sfreamr about Hard-hearted people KATHLEEN A. ERICH Katb Dfeamr about A typist career Dramatics Screafur about Hollywood mufflers Zfhey Prepare MARGARET A. GERG Peg Dreamy abou! Sports Fords Scream! abou! Staying home ROSEMARY K. GINTHER Roxemary Dreamy abou! B.S. in nursing Advancing in sewing Stream: abou! Being contradicted RITA H. FREY Rila Dreamf about Volleyball Nursing Sfreamf about Football GERMAINE M. GRASSER Bubble: Dreamf abou! Being a mother Housewife Scream! abou! History class DONALD A. FRITZ Dorf Dream! abou! Being a mechanic Owning a Merc. convertible Screamf abou! History .aw3g'x:xr rvfqfeefiezswmerfsanweawm, "WWE ia Order fa l6'e Prepared JOHN P. GUTOWSKI fobn Dreamf about Sports Engineering degree Sereamr about Getting home on time VERONICA M. HALLER Veronie Dream! about Dutch 21 L.A., California Srreamr about Too many stop signs ALICE M. HAMMER Alice Dreamy about Secretarial work Interior decorating Screamf about Women smokers PAULA HALLORAN Paula Dreamr about Seamstress Nursing career Sfreamr about Gym class ALVIN M. HAMMER Dreamy about Drafting Hunting- Srreamr about Drinking Zluy Strive Chat Lefty Dream: about A new car The Northwest U. S. Stream! about Poor drivers LEROY G. HASSELMAN Tubby Dreams about Pro basketball playing A life of luxury Scteamr about 8:50 school time RICHARD T. HEARY Dirk Dreamy about His own furniture store Cabinet making shop Screamr about 1:25 History class FRANCIS E. HEARY Frank Dreamr about His own tool die shop Red sports car Srreamf about Women drivers DORIS A. HOEHN Doris Dreamy about Dramatics Being a receptionist Scream: about Glasses Zfhcy may kazclz Chair Goal THOMAS W. KNEIDEL Tom Dreamr about Being a M.D. A trip to the West Screamf about Dull Saturday nights JAMES L. KRAUS jim Dreamy about New Olds Being an engineer Stream: about Leaving Central VERONICA J. HOFFMAN Veronie Dreamx about R.N. degree Becoming rich Srreamf about Jane-'s car JOHN A. KROMKO Mind Dreamy about Chemistry Physics Screamr about Homework JUDITH C. KENNARD Judy Dream! about Being an interior decorator Traveling Stream! about Tests Choy Wim Uziuk ,Maud R JANE M. LECKER fans Dreamy about Becoming a millionaire R.N. degree Screams about Traffic rules MARGARET A. LECKER Peggy Dreamy about Teaching Having a family Scream: about Little sisters SUSAN E. KRONENWETTER Sunie Dreamy about Secretarial work A driver's license Srreamf abou! Washing dishes JANET L. LEITHNER fan Dream: about Fashionable clothing Science Srreamr about Other drivers DAVID R. LAWRENCE Dave Dreamf about College Cars Srream: about Homework JAMES A. MEYER fake Dreamy abou! A law career Pennant for the Cardinals Sfreamx abou! 9 30 basketball curfew DAVID MOHR Dave Dreamf abou! Good times Military Career Srreamf about Homework MARY ANN POLLICK Mary Ana Dreauzi abou! Getting married Florida Srreamf about Cold weather MARGARET F. PFEUFER Peggy Dreamy abou! Working in Washington Being a private secretary Screauzr abou! Never getting the car JOSEPH A. PONTZER joe Dreamx about Engineering Army discharge Srreauzf abou! Work THOMAS P. PRICE Tom Dfeamf about Hunting Fishing Screamf about School CONRAD L. REUSCHER Con Dream: about Horsemanship Being a lawyer Stream: about Dancing I. PAUL ROBERTSON Squeak Dreamr about Being a research Worker "Instant" girls Srreamf about The morning after JUDITH A. RIPPY nay Dreamy about Typing Going to Washington Sfreamx about Making her first Pizza THOMAS S. RUPPRECHT Tom Dreamy abou! Mechanics Getting rich quick Stream! about Women drivers .75 the Way of God VERONICA B. SAMICK Ronnie Dreamy about An accountant's position Dancing Stream: about Prose GWYNNE M. SCHAEFER Gwynne Dreamy about " ' ' W Math work Music S Q Srreamr about "Goodbye-s" DONALD J. SAIN Don Dreamr about Being a clraftsrnan Major League Player Screamr about Swimming WALTER M. SCHAEFER Wally Dreamx about Mechanics Going to the Marines Scream: about Getting up early LEA A. SALTER Lee Dreamr about Office work Sewing Screamr about Tumbling Choy rc 0,7 to JOHN L. SCHAUT Pete Dreamf abou! College ring Teaching Screamf about Duty in service SUSAN R. SCHAUT Sue Dreamf about Medical technologist Art work Streams abou! Physics tests BEVERLY B. SCHATZ Bez' Dreamy abou! Office work Housekeeping Sfreamf abou! Commercial Arithmetic JANET L. SCHILL fan Dreamf about Art school Marriage Screams about Not enough spending money HILARY SCHATZ JR. farb Dreamy about Sports Draftsmanship S creamf about Going to work at 4:30 A.M. the Open 160114 of ZW Jo ANN SCHOLDER fo Dreamy about Working for government Travel Srreamf about Day after party DORIS M. SCHNEIDER Dorff Dreamr about Secretarial work Housekeeping Screawr about Dull weekends BERNARD SCHUTZ Bernie Dreamy about Mechanics Getting rich Srreamr about Army DONALD A. SCHREIBER Doa Dreauzr about Chemistry Fishing Screauzr about Homework ROSE ANN SCOLARI Rofey Dreauzr about Housekeeping Typing Scfeamr about Gym class Uzeu Ulauk God DOLORES J. SELLE Hon Dream! about Owning a horse ranch Working in a factory Screamf abou! n Getting up at 7:00 RICHARD C. SNYDER Dirk Dream! about Wild life Salesmanship Screamy about All his troubles GRACE M. STAUFFER Grarie Dreamy about Typing Going to Washington Streams about Her first driving lesson STEPHEN C. SORG Steve Dreams about Drafting Basketball Srreamr abou! Early rising EDWARD L. STEBICK Eddie Dreams abou! Sports Woodworking Sfreamf about Wise guys far Chair years af learning PATRICIA E. VOLLMER Patty Dreamr abou! Draftsmanship New York Times reporter Screamr about Washing dishes MARTHA A. WEBER Marli Dreamy abou! Airline hostess career Seeing the world Screams about Too few parties NANCY E. SUPON Naary Dreamy about Dancing Secretarial work Srreamr about Tumbling class KARL W. WEGEMER Dulcb Dreamy about Success Basketball Screamr about Brownies GABRIEL ULJON Gabe Dreamy about Engineering Going to the moon Screamr abou! Gossiping girls Where ?rie1u!sl11jv Grows JAMES R. WEISNER jim D1'e!zmf abou! Being an architect A champion Skeet Shot Srreumf ubou! Riding with hotrods ELLEN A. WICKETT Elle!! Drefzmf about Office work Washington Srreums abou! Gym class RONALD C. WRIGHT Ronny Dreams abou! Hunting in Africa Engineering Sfreuuzf abou! Cold in "Trig" classes JULIA C. WILLI.AMS julie Dreuuzf abou! A gold wedding band Dancing Stream! abou! Deadlines for "Ides" ROBERT ZAMBOLDI Bob Dreuzzzf abou! West Point Military Careei Sports Sffeumf ubou! Cold winter days E Peace Succeeds QW NWSC ol . as we 99133: lx wma . tba. X , X0 XX? SP9 ez CMD ' 9 KV ORAC on Steve Sorg, Bob Zamboldi and Tub I-Iasselman sight- NWXQ. seeing at the State Capitol. Doris Schneider, Jerome Brunner, Don- Peggy Pfeufer and Carol Breinclel assist while joe Pontzer calls ald Schreiber, Alice Hammer, Paul numbers at our school Bingo, Mr. Leithner at the right helps along. Robertson and Veronica Samick dis- cussing Pork Pie class hat. , , l Duvirl bMohr, bsijffff Anim- lemme. Brunner- John Butz in his usual position after a "hard" clay and Sister Virginia Ann conferring about in School- Forensic points. .711 I c Ealendar of Svenfs "Let's have a party." After a nlay's traveling, hospitality at Rosemont was well receivecl by Gwynne Schaefer, Kath- leen Erich, Julia Wfilliams, janet Leithner and Patricia Vollmer. anna ance as u senior oys ask. Robert Zamboldi Senior gang at usual place for discussion Snwdzng Joseph and Alice Hammer Leroy Hasselman and Doris Schneiderg Pontzer, Leroy Hasselman john Butz james Meyer Robert Alvin Hammer and Veronica Haller Zambolcli, Conrad Reuscher David Mohr Karl Wegenaer Thomas Kneidelj Kneeling Jerome Brunner john Kiomko ,WEE XV 1111151111 PNN! 5 R sum:-N J---2. r rf , s. I. I I l 4 A 'VFX' ,, , , A 1: -4 P Z' , i l if I I l 1' ' .1-" .3 2 , ,- fl S Q9 uf 1 C Z 5 1. f' A 7 f jf E W Cvwerclassmen OfHccrs JOHN HERBST Prefident funivrs SUZANNE SORG GRETCHEN SPENCE Vice Prefidefzt Serrelary JOHN BAUER T1'eaJzn'er x the largest 611155 af juniors Ile! Back, left to right: Catherine Cheatle, Sister Anita, 202 Home- room Teacherg Margaret Pfeufer, Franz: Doris Schneider, Georgia Cancilla. JUNIOR ROOM 202 Top row: Sister Anita, Raymond Vitello, Jane Distler, Gary Kraus, Richard Zamboldi, Myrna Largey, John Hnath, Judith VanSlander, Carol Wolfe, Ann Fritz. Fourth row: Roseann Rupprecht, Dennis Benninger, John M. Bauer, David Pistner, Mary Ann Feldbauer, Joyce Pfeufer, Nancy Prudich, Leah Straub, Doreen Meyer, Thomas Krug. Third row: William Schwentner, Willis Gleixner, John Skok, Margaret Mary Hannibal, Diane Moriarity, Judith Kennard, John Halloran, Kenneth Gregory. Second row: Mary Katherine Goetz, Gloria Bauer, Joanne Diehl, Dorothy Eichrniller, George Samick, Ella Cheatle. Bottom row: Gretchen Spence, Judith Lenze, William Schaut, Dolores Selle. Choy Grew in future and kvspansibihfy JUNIOR ROOM 206 Top row: Mrs. Scott, Michael Fritz, Thomas Reuscher, Richard Hoffman, Mary Ann Herzing, Mary Bea Straub, Catherine Sterbank, Theresa Shope, Patricia Loeffler, joseph Halloran. Fourtla row: Peter Bauer, Marcia Chicola, Helen Pistner, Rita Miller, Gertrude Dinsmore, Thomas Schloder, Roger Grunthaner, Richard Goetz, Thomas E. Miller, David Shadd. Third raw: William Werner, Winfred Benninger, Linda Knouse, Laura Elston, Pauline Garner, Maureen Neubert, Eileen Rettger, Susan Cashman. Second row: Janet Frey, Patricia Schaberl, Theresa D'Amore Ann Weichman I 7 George Heary, David Struble. Bozlam raw: Daniel Lechner, Ann Lecker, Gewase Wortman, Patricia Greenthaner. Mr. Robert Lion, Le- Roy Hasselman, John Gutowski, Janet Leith- ner, Hilary Schatz, Mrs. Scott, 206 Homeroom teacher, at the Polls on Election Day. ,al -. .,,.:,.: uf-.-., . .1 . E55 N??H7 KSXWEREMSQZKSSESS X535 Milf One Mare year Klaser tv Uzcir 5011! Sister Imelda, Home- room Teacher of Room 207, with Peter Bauer in Algebra II class. JUNIOR ROOM 207 Top rouf: Sister Imelda, Edward Sutton, Marilyn Geyer, Shirley Brown, john Schreiber, Elizabeth Keenen, Carl Sadley, Gretchen Straub, David Kronenwetter, Carole Weidow. Fourth roam' Charles Bayer, Ronald Brennan, George Nero, James Shaffer, jane DeWald, Martin Hammer, Mary Beth Schlimm, Patrick Gorman, Katharine Malburg, Beverly Uhernick. Third 1'0Zl'.' Ruth Miller, Alice Feldbauer, James Gabler, Kathryn Clark, Constance Bauer, Carl Reider, jerilynn O'Hern, George Haberberger, Wfilliam Erich, Patricia Prechtl. Second faux' Monica Lecker, Mary Grieggs, Suzanne Sorg, Judith Frey, Diane Rinella, Sandra Cassidy, Mary Ehrensberger, JoAnn Seminerio. Bolzom four joseph Kim, David Schaut, john Herbst, Carol Dippold, Susan Kronenwetterf 0Mccrs CONNIE SCHLIMM Prefidefzt Svphamvres MICHAEL DONAHUE JO ANN ERICH Vzce P a' Serfetary X WILLIAM DELULLO Treafwer 48 v ,4 Easy, Happy year Alan Steele, Mr. Brunner, 101 Homeroorn Teacher, at General Science experi- ment. SOPHOMORE ROOM 101 K Top raw: Ralph Zitzler, Anthony Ginther, Dorothy Sporner, Robert Snyder, jude Valentine, Herhstritt, Hope Weidenboerner. Third row: Clarence Rupprecht, Roger Martha Goodreau, Colleen Clonan, Flora Bobenrieth, Francis Herzing, Michael Donahue, Carol Brennen, Harold Pistner, JoAnn Geci. Second row: jane Bailey, Richard Kronenwetter, james Weidow, Bona jean Thomp- Forster. Bottom raw: Elizabeth Nussbaum, Sandra Haines, Carol Meyer, son, Phyllis Erich, Ellen Evelyn Krellner, Joyce Dippold. Geitner, George Milf Cum Kathryn Clark, Michael Fritz, Sister Teresita, 102 Homeroom Teacher, at Chemistry class. SOPHOMORE ROOM 102 Top row: Sister Teresita, Susan Bobenrieth, Mary Bauer, Emily Hauber, Walter Pistner, Paul Eckert, Elizabeth Feldbauer, Louise Frey. Third raw: Peter Garbic, Thomas W. Miller, Paula Meyer, Joyce Kuppelweiser, Mary Ann Stauffer, Mary D. Valentine, James Welz, Faith Eckert. Second row: Samuel Higgins, Joan Keenen, Phyllis Schieler, Karen Gorman, joseph Schaefer, William Sorg, Ronald Kronenwetter, Brenda Geniotto. Bollom row: Thomas Goetz, Margaret Pistner, Warren Olson, Susan Williams, Elizabeth Young, James Brock, Carl Vollmer. Jlflilesfancs Past. . . and . . . SOPHOMORE ROOM 105 Top row: Sister Pauline, Janice Lecker, Constance Gump, Susan Bauer,,'Wayne Eckert, Lynnwood Schaefer, David Hacherl, Gerald Gerber. Third row: Dennis Lecker, jude Wfegemer, Sharlene Gerber, joseph Moriarity, Nancy Feldbauer, Elaine Prechtl, Theresa Bolona, Constance Schlimm. Second row: Charles Cunningham, Robert Parson, Judith Vollmer, Norma Stauffer, Carol Heindl, Andred Jacob. Bottom row: Michael Pollick, Lee Stauffer, Carol Fritz, Karen Copella. Sister Pauline, 105 Homeroom teacher, and Rosalyn Terry in Religion class. Cum More Wzfmiczful David Pistner, James Brock, W'infred Benninger, Sister Evangelist, 203 Home- room Teacher, Richard Goetz, joseph Moriarity in English II. SOPHOMORE ROOM 203 Top row: Sister Evangelist, William DeLullo, Carol Gabler, Mary Ann Sain, Diane Baumer, Carolyn Bush, Patricia Cotter, Kathryn Lenz. Third row: Timothy Reuscher, David Nicklas, Paul Gerg, Helen Glass, jean Heindl, Marleen Klein, Thomas Engel, Grant Hagan. Second row: David Schatz, Kenneth Stebich, Mary Lynn Scull, Alice Fischer, Marilyn Vollmer, Audrey Haberherger, Donna Erich, james Weichman. Bolzom row: David Pfaff, Valerie Sutka, Rose Mary Miles, Gary Wolf, Michael Leclcer, Thomas Anderson, Diane Arnold, james jacob. , Zfazrs in 0 SOPHOMORE ROOM 205 Top row: James Shields, Barbara Kreckel, Gloria McAllister, Dorothy Nussbaum, Mary Cheatle, Judith Gabler, David Hannibal, Kenneth Donachy. Third 1'014'.' Robert Wurm, Bernard Weiden- borener, Thomas Klaiber, Ellen Simbeck, Sandra Tasillo, Susan Heindl, Kathleen Hacherl, Robert Pfingstler. Second row: Jeanette Baumer, Joann Goetz, Ruth Wehler, Sandra Detsch, Charlotte Schatz, Siegfield Engelberg. Barlow row: Jude Ann Fischer, Gerald Brennen, JoAnn Erich, Frances Robacker. David Lawrence. Sister Geraldine, 205 Homeroom teacherg James Weisner at Physics class. 0Mcers KAREN SORG Prefidenl hfshmcn JAMES ENGEL EDWARD LYNCH Vice Pfefzdef Sefremry ALAN HANNIBAL T7'64ZJ'll7'E1' Sister Martha, Home- room teacher of Room 105, and Michael Cook in Latin class. Choy Cfame ,flrzlzizfus . . and . . . E FRESHMAN ROOM 103 T ' : David Burfield, Charlotte Cover, Mary Brunner, Diane Fischer, James Engel, Howard op ww Eckert, Jerome Brendel, Marjorie Fernan, Maurice Cashman. Third row: Darlene Brennan, Joan Bailey, Jeanne Dippold, Gercla Engelberg, George Breindel, Marie Brennan, Karen Auman, Margaret Beck, Dale Bille. Second row: Paul Farrell, Terrence Clark, John E. Bauer, Michele Daley, Judith DeGroat, Mary Ann Beck, Frederick Bucheit, Leonard Chalot, Paul Feldbauer. Botfam row: Patricia Baumer, Michael Cook, Nancy Bauer, Georgia Feldbauer, Judith Feldbauer, Patricia Donahey, Dennis Bauer. gllff of Wonder . . . FRESHMAN ROOM 104 T011 row: Sister Louise, Barbara Horvatin, Carol Klein, Irene Kneidel, Rita Hnath, Alan Geitner, Linda Herbst, jean Hoffman, Ann Ford. Third faux' Ethel Friedel, John Kerner, Robert Krellner, james Heary, james Hanes, Veronica Greenthaner, Joan Grieggs, Irene Gregory, Dennis J. Lecl-ter. Second row: Alan Hannibal, Harry Hauber, Carol Haberberger, Catherine Hannibal, Rita Gerber, Kathleen Goetz, Nedward Jacob, George Hasselman, Frederick Gabler. Botlom row: Thomas Ginther, Robert Fodge, Michael Kneidel, Mary Gausman, Gertrude Grotzinger, Carole Fleming, Kenneth Lecker, Louis Hoffman, Zoe Ann Grosser. Sister Louise, Homeroom teacher of Room 104, with Geraldine Pfaff and Theodore Miller explain- ing Civics projects. Som Kiley 951101 Zim' . . . Robert Snyder reviewing English rules, and Miss Kerner, Homeroom teacher of Room B-1. FRESHMAN ROOM B-1 Top roun' Miss Kerner, Richard Parson, Michael O'Donnell, Edith Mohr, Gerald Prechtl, Robert Pistner, jose-sph Piccolo, Nancy Pfingstler, james Lodes, Kathryn Loeffler, Fourth row: Mary Ellen Loeffler, Edward Lynch, Robert Samick, Mary Rigard, James Peters, Andrew Ritter, Sara Kronenwetter, Mary Lechner. Third row: joseph Meyer, Joanne Meyer, Robert Resch, Bernice Salter, Mary Ann Salvatore, Patricia Klaiber, james McAllister, Richard McQuone. Second row: Diane Knight, Geraldine Pfaff, Robert Roberts, Lawrence Rogan, Doris Lecker, Theodore Miller. Baffom row: Mary Jo Rigard, Elizabeth Mertz, Dennis Rippy, Rachel Kronenwetter, Jean Prechtl, Milf I 6 kequired Kegimv FRESHMAN ROOM B-2 Top row: Mrs. Mulcahy, Donald Vollmer, Alvin Vollmer, Roger Wykoff, James Sorg, Donald Uhl, Charles Wolf, Kathleen Vollmer, Anne Werner, Judith Stauffer. Fourth raw: Phyllis Wright, Mary Jo Valentine, Rosalyn Terry, Sylvia Schauer, William VanSlander, Rita Mae Vollmer, Barbara Zamboldi, Patricia Weisner, Ronald Schneider, Ruth Young. Third row: Dennis Schneider, Joseph Williams, Dennis Sorg, Jerome Schaut, David Weichman, Sylvia Schaberl, Karen Sorg, Judith Walker. Second row: Susan Urbancic, Maureen Schatz, Stephen Whiteman, Mary Lou Sherry, Raymond Snyder, John Sterbank. Barium row: Richard Schutz, Elizabeth Schloder, Joseph Vollmer, John Squires. Mrs. Mulcahy, Homeroom teacher of Room B-2, explaining Algebra to Kathryn Loeffler, Elizabeth Mertz, and Thomas Ginther. V . .- xx xNXXXXXXXxmR"" 5mJ.obY WZ' I ' 9 , 1 ,,,,, .WJ . F, A lldtzpy ' I 'A .. Y V ' , V is-vt - I ' .g R 'A' A . ' 1 1 ' li i 4- It , : - , ' , , 'EY I Y x X e. I : X Hlasges , 1 'i 59 4 ra lQcrHgi011 gvrms Wzaracter Religion is the core of the curriculum and a "must" for our four hundred and seventy- five students. Christian doctrine is taught by the Benedictine Fathers and Sisters to develop the "whole man,'i spiritually, as well as intellectually and physically. Checking on Religion answers. Fin! row, buck lo from: Marie Brennan, Nancy Bauer, Georgia Feldbauer. Second row: David Burfield, Patricia Donahey, Maurice Cashman, Judith Feldbauer, Michael Cook. Third row: Leonard Chalot, Dale Bille, Sister Martha, Marjorie Fernan. Fourth row: Howard Eckert, john Bauer, Diane Fischer. Fred Bucheit. A religious practice for Advent. In Sister Geraldine's religion class, jude Ann Fischer lights the candles on the Advent Wreatlm while Bernard Wfeidenboerner recites the prayer assigned for the week. Srfcial Siuries Pramofe Cfhrisfian Smal Lfizfiug The Social Studies Department deals with the present, past and future history. One hundred and forty-two Freshmen are taking Civics and Pennsylvania Historyg one hundred and twenty juniors, American History and Government, and eighty Seniors, World History. These courses are of major importance because they create an ap- preciation of our past and an interest in our present and future. Richard McQuone, Edward Lynch, Sister Louise, Civics teacher, and Mary Ann Beck are examin- ing "Civics" projects. At the polls, the Senior history class get first-hand information about voting from Mrs. Charles Gorski and Mrs. Melvin Nicklas, while Sister Bonaventure, Sister Eleanor and Rather Timothy get their ballots. Hanks Map I e World THE LIBRARY-THE HEART OF OUR SCHOOL In this little world, Reference Works open a vast field of knowledge to the inquiring mind. The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature makes readily accessible the latest information on many subjects in magazines. The Vertical File provides the newest publications in pamphlet form in the fields of science, local events, current develop- ments, etc. that are too recent to be yet obtainable in book form. The Fiction section supplies enjoyable hours of relaxation outside of class time. Books on Literature, Religion, History, Mathematics, and the various sciences supply enlightenment beyond the class textbooks. The Forensic enthusiasts seek guidance and reinforcements in this storehouse of wisdom. Facts on Scholarships offered to high school graduates are sought here, and the Audio-Visual Aids for classroom use are controlled from this center. The Librarian, Sister Agnes, is offering an explanation to Susan Bobenreith and Karen Copello. A typical Library period with Gloria McAllister, Sister Agnes, Judith Gabler, SU5aU Heindl, and Mary Cheatle doing research work. lfarzguagvs Prvmofc Gaadufill Languages span the gulf between the past and the present. With the aid of tape recorder, record player, language phone and periodicals, the cultural values of languages were realized better by our one hundred seventy-three Latin and forty-five German students. John Kerner Jean Prechtl and Rita Hnath Sister Martha checking the Latin assignments of joseph Meyer, Carol Haberberger, Edith Mohr 1 Crain ,Mentally as Well as Pflyfffflffif Ja- ..... ,S Lenny Hasselman and Hilary Schatz th .,--...n..5. x.1ocewz.re.' David Lawrence I Kneidel Ed e technique , erome Brunner, Gabriel Uljon, john Butz, Thomas , Ward Stebich, David Mohr, Richard Snyder, Francis Heary, Bernard Schutz, Thomas Rupprecht, Donald Fritz, Alvin Hammer, john Gutowski, Thomas Hanes, Paul Robertson, Richard Heary, joseph Pontzer, Walter Schaefer, john Kromko, james Weisner, Donald Schreiber, james Kraus, Ronald Wright. A pyramid of balance and teamW0rk. ' hn , ' ht james Weisner, JO Mlddje ww: Ronald Wrig 3 Schatz John Butz, ,- P 1 Robertson, Jerome Brunner- , h 13 nom row: Hilary 1 ' Igiclimlqoow Beihtard sfhufz, Joseph Pf?f1tZef'- Alvfflhfllffgmlglieidgi, Richard Sflvdeff LQROY Hasselman Donald ,FritZ, John Gutowski, Gabriel UlJ0U, I 66 Zrezyhsh, Hregs Make Seienee 91114 To our one hundred and ten Sophomores, the Biology Laboratory is a fascinat- ing place with terraria, aquaria of tropical fish, potted plants, mounted animals of various kinds, many pre- served specimens, and the hamster pets. New books this year have added zest to the course with their "Trans-Vision" inserts of the frog and man, and numerous illustra- tions. The double lab. period each week is made exciting by each stu- dentls having his own specimen to work with, by appropriate films on the materials being taught, by fall and spring field trips, and by timely projects. The first semester is spent in the intensive study of the animal kingdom, and the second one with the plant kingdom, heredity and conservation. David Hannibal exploring the anatomy of a crayfish. Francis Herzing and Paula Meyer admiring a colorful Lady Amherst pheasant. 67 Scientists Kealzkes Gad? ivaufvr Physics is the science which deals with matter and energy and with the physical changes which occur in matter. However, physicists do not think of matter and energy as two distinct realities. Matter may be converted into energy in nuclear reactions, and energy into matter. Some of the fields opened up in this class for eighteen Seniors are mechanics, heat, electricity, sound, light and electronics. In the Modified Physics class thirty-four Sophomores receive an introduction to many of the same fields of Physics and further sciences. Sister Geraldine and janet Leithner watch while john Kromko weighs a cylinder. In the back- ground: James Meyer and Robert Zamboldi. john Gutowski, Thomas Kneiclel, Donald Schreiber and Paul Robertson in the Physics Lab are calculating. Lfezberafery Sessieles ,Make Seieleee Interesting Chemistry opens up a whole new world for fifty-one Juniors. It shows them the source, production, and use of many of the common products of the day. Materials often considered worthless are valuable in the hands of the chemist, and the widely used product, plastic, is the result of his ingenuity. Students are intrigued by the structure of the atom and are fascinated at the results of various experiments. Chemistry is a vital subject for the future scientist and the future nurse. General Science lays the foundation for both biological and physical sciences. It initiates an interest in many phases of science and often awakens a desire for further study in some particular field. For some sixty Freshmen, it is an absorbing study. In the Chemistry Lab Sister Teresita and Charles Bayer look on while Thomas Reuscher heats a re en Filtering water in the General Science class: Alan Geitner, Richard Parson, George Steele, In strucior Mr. Brunner, jerry Schaut, Howard Eckert, Margaret Beck, Mary Jo Rigard. flomcmakcrs Prepare for For our seventy-six Freshman girls, one of our important courses is Homernaking. Besides learning to sew and cook, they are taught health habits, good grooming, etiquette, meal planning and preparation, kitchen efficiency and modern housewifery. Putting their knowledge of sewing into practice are Sylvia Schaberl and Judith Stauffer. ' ' I? - Sister Rose directing Sylvia Schaberl in basting and Patricia Weisner in cutting cloth according to pattern. llscful Lives and learn to Work Cvgeilzer I Qy 'ff' , r ip AVS' A K x j r ,J f X - A, - 'I W 3 L N q Q, Q TEJQLT-P A s,, 2 L1 wif. 44-.E S15 G E-, Q ' 'K Homemakers, Rita Hnath and jean Prechtl, preparing to stew chili concarne. CAKE BAKERS: Linda Herbst, Gertrude Grotzinger, Mary Rigard, Doris Lecker. C0 16? Prepared Om' Must Zyrepare JoAnn Schloder acquiring profi- ciency in the use of the adding machine. Sister Bernadette giving help in Bookkeeping to Elizabeth Nuss- baum. To the lefl: Susan Heindl, Judith Gabler, JoAnn Geci, Brenda Geniotto. Commercial Arithmetic, Short- hand, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Dictaphone, Adding Machines, Filing and Mimeographing train our one hundred and twenty-five students for the world of Busi- ness. Sister Anita giving Lea Salter direction on the correct use of the dictaphone. Mathematics Zrairzs the Mind To fill individual needs of students, the Mathematics Department offered Algebra I for one hundred forty-two Freshmen, Advanced Algebra for eighty juniors, Plane Geometry for one hundred twenty-one Sophomores, Trade Math for seventeen Seniors and for those nineteen looking for more advanced work, Solid Geometry and Trig- onometry. Miss Mulcahy at the board with Mary Lechner, Carol Haberberger and Wfilliam VanSlander in Algebra class. Seated: Edith Mohr and Carol Klein. George Haberberger at the hoard, is receiving assistance from Sister Imelda. Firff mu' by b0n1'd.' Thomas Schloder. Joseph Moriarity, Roger Grunthaner, Ronald Brennen. Second mzzx' David Struble, George Heary, Martin Hammer, joseph Halloran. Third rout' Peter Bauer. In a Wvrld af Wgures Mechanical Drawing trains seventy-one upperclassmen in precision and accuracy, while Solid Geometry and Trigonometry challenge the intellect. Mr. Petcavage directing john Schaut at the drafting board. Fifi! faux' janet Lcithner. Second faux' Paul Robertson, Jerome Brunner, Mr. .Lupton helping Thomas Kneidel with Trigonometry. Third max' Patricia Vollmer, James Meyer. Flflb faux' Ronald Vlfright. joseph Pontzer. Shop Ofers az Variety r1f,4rfs In the Industrial Arts department, courses in Woodcraft, metalcraft, graphic arts and electricity are being pursued by 135 boys, Freshman through Senior years, In our well-equipped shops, future careers in industry are in focus with an orientated train- ing program. George Heary, Thomas Miller and John I-Iulloran learn the art of planing. while Instructor Mr. Mallison supervises. Francis Heary and Walter Schaefer are getting a lesson on the "do-all" machine from Mr. Petcavage Instructor. I C, '- N2-DAGS-'9v W Roll ut Iaunur tho asm, V4 Vgfagg Department 90 Percent sq M - ree.e o ? '.ai - 90 Pefeeltf Wrst Semester Top rozr: G. Schaefer. T. Kneidel, J. Lecker. D. Schneider, M. Lecker, J. Schloder, D. Mohr C. Bauer, S. Cuneo, P. Gorman. Seventh faux' E. Sutton, S. Brown, A. Lecker, J. Halloran, D Eichmiller. J. Diehl. P. Garner. S. Sorg. M. M. Hannibal! B. Uherniclc. Sixth row: R. Rupprecht J. DeWald, M. Largey. K. Gorman, M. Bauer, J. A. Fischer, M. Donahue, S. Bauer, M. Valentine N. Felclbauer. Fifth faux' J. Erich. C. Fritz, P. Cotter, M. L. Scull, L. Frey, J. Vollmer, J. Goetz J. Baumer. W. Olson, E. Feldbauer. Fourtla row: J. Gabler, P. Meyer, S. Willianus, S. Detsch H. Weidenboerner, R. Zitzler, D, Sporner. J. Bailey, E. Forster, R. Kronenwetter. Third row: S Kronenwetter, E. Lynch, J. Meyer, E. Mohr, J. Prechtl, R. Resch, A. Ritter, M. A. Salvatore, J Engel, M, Brunner. Serwzd faux' J. Dippold, K. Sorg, A. Werner. E. Schlocler, D. Weichman, J Sorg. S. Schaberl, V. Greenthaner, G. Grotzinger. I. Kneiclel. Bottom faux' C. Hannibal, B. Horvatin M. Gausman, I. Gregory, R. Hnath, S. Whiteixwan. 1 1 a 'ma L Ml Y X l 1 i srii .1 '- -ik l -'Y 1 Q 'Z 1 1 41 2 ,Q - + 2 1' l l 2 2 I : : l i 2 2 7. E 4 1 ..- m 1 3 :- ' 2 2 N in :S- il Q A L ,Activities x v O E, U U Q T' SEPTEMBER ,Ig ' Registration of 475 students . . . Four new teachers joined the My Aflfl faculty . . . Arrival of sweaters for Seniors, rings for juniors . . . Lf' Beginning of the "Business Patrons" drive . . . Class Officers were elected . . . Employment Bureau Testing and Counseling . . . Observance 1' 1 of Forty Hours . . . Family Association Meeting . . . Teachers' Con- ference at Erie . . . Individual pictures of students were taken. OCTOBER Catholic Book Week . . . Villanova Publications' Conference . . . Fire Prevention Week . . . Seniors have their pictures taken . . . First N radio broadcast of the year Seniors had Halloween Dance Enthronement of Christ the King Fruit cakes for sale Mission Week Seniors have C S M C Forensic Tournaments at Brad ford and DuBois Free for World Series final game National Merit Scholarship Test taken October 22 NOVEMBER Keep Christ in Christmas essays Bingo Social at the Queen of the World Parish Forensic Speech Tournaments at St Marys and Rid eway Cheerleaders sponsor dance Bazaar at the Queen of the World Parish Senior Play Success Story Free for Thanksgiving New Jackets for Varsity Players Free for Holyday All Saints uniors have C SM C Meet1ng Senior Panel presented Geophysical Year for Family Association Briefing on Court Procedure was given to history classes by Mr Trambley American Education Week QNov 10 16 Report cards for stu dents and Open House for parents N IX 5 c9kf3c5oo'Q,2 GOOOOOOY DECEMBER Feast of the Immaculate Conception Basketball Season opened National Poetry Contest Free day for deer hunting CSMC Meeting for Sophomores Forensic Tournament at DuBois College Night at Public High Hrrmg the Handi capped posters and essays Father Edmund spoke to the Senior and junior boys about choosing a college Christmas Play Betty Crocker Test Christmas xacation Second place in Capital City Tournament 79 xx wi ml r H, Q -'Q , g 'mo A -M dzlcudar af Events -Q vp JANUARY ' Classes resumed-Happy day . . . Victory over Johnstown--first in four . .mul years . . . Cramming for mid-terms . . . Forensic Meets at Clearfield ,. H and Bradford . . . Polio Vaccine shots . . . Program for Father Timothy 4' -:Sh and free day . . . 11:15 Mass at First Friday . . . Freshman boys tour Stackpole's Drafting Department . . . Win over Public. NT FEBRUARY - , N - 'rl Report cards . . . Social Security film and lecture for Seniors . . . . X - Employment Tests . . . College Entrance Scholarship Tests . . . Won Elk Co. "Cherry Piev contest . . . Junior Valentine Dance . . . Year- book deadline must be met . . . St. Scholastica's Feast . . . Forensic Tournament at St. Marys . . . St. Valentine's Day free . . . Second semester begins . . . Catholic Book Week . . . Three act play, "Grand- ma, How Could You?" . . . Seniors hear Mr. Rupprecht on "Corpora- tionsl' . . . Lost to Public. Y' J Il ll MARCH 6, - f Lent-a period of checking up on yourselves, spiritually . . . St. Bene- dictls Day . . . Film on Speech Therapy, "In Your Hands" . . . Play-off X ' S 'l' for Diocesan Championship at Russell, Pa .... Juniors select sweaters . . . Retreat day for students . . . Film on Catholic higher education, "The University Story" . . . Program for Father Gregory . . . Easter candy sale for Yearbook financing . . . Forensic Meetings at Clearfield . Aptitude test for Sophomores. f'f?'f and Ridgeway . . v, V3 ffti Q ss'.A Aft! ixlw Q3 I Q U 1 5 APRIL NM! XXX X Qc W Holy Week and Easter . . . Western Pennsylvania Dramatic Arts Con- , N -U, ference at Elizabeth, Pa .... juniors measured for rings . . . Patrol - 1 sz in Benefit movie . . . Forensic semi-finals at St. Marys and Bradford -5 ES. , KT- 1 . . . Junior Prom . . . juniors order their sweater goods. MAY Z Crowning of the Blessed Mother as "Queen of May" . . . Yearbooks f ,fqoo arrive . . . Seniors take their final exams . . . Thespian Initiation . . . j' x Ascension Thursday free . . . Second semester closing. A A y Graduation . . . Vacation all summer. 4' X' .9 , ,um f X Publibafiorzs Move IDES STAFF Reporters: joseph Kim, Ann Lecker, Raymond Vitello. Page three editor, Suzanne Sorgg reporter, Ruth Miller. With the enthusiasm fired by Press Day at St. Bona- venture University, N.Y., there came a new spark of energy to the IDES STAFF, and plans went forward for a better pub- lication. When classes were resumed in Septem- ber, efforts were made to begin a course in journal- ism. Thirteen students signed up for one period a week, Wednesday at 10:50. So, with this small begin- ning, the new staff adopt- ed TODAY'S SCHOOLS, by Agmew, as a text. Pub- lication was then advanced from five issues to month- ly editions. When news came of a Press Confer- ence to be held at Villa- nova University, October 12, everyone was eager, but transportation diffi- culties nearly prevented at- tendance of the Staff. Fi- nally in conjunction with the MEMO Staff, seven students and three faculty members made the trip. Everyone agreed on the homeward journey that the benefits derived far out- weighed the costs of the trip. 80 KATHLEEN ERICH Edifvf-in-Chief Sealed: Patricia Vollmer, page 2 editorg janet Leithner, page 3 editor. Strznding.' Thomas Krug, reporter, james Gabler, page 4 editor, james Jacob, reporter, Sister Anita, advisorg Andrew Jacob, reporter. rahfablc' Srfpcrierzcc' H' THE MEMO STAFF JOHN GUTOWSKI Editor-in-Chief From our first all-afternoon meeting with Mr. Suhey, representative of Taylor Yearbook Company, to the date of the final copy to be mailed, the "Memo" was one Herculean task to all concerned. First it was a matter of setting up the "dummy,,' then gathering and arranging pictures, write-ups and captions. The "Patron" section of the book rep- resents many hours and miles of tramping around St. Marys from one business estab- lishment to another, making personal contacts. It was a wild rush to attain first and high- est place in salesmanship. To help finance the annual, the seniors all year were busy with sales of one kind or another, finally selling subscriptions to students and friends. Seated: Susan Schaut, art editor, Rosemary Ginther, picture editor, Gwynne Schaefer, assistant 1- editor, john Gutowski, editor-in-chief, Martha Weber, associate editor, Doris Schneider, typing editor, Sister Benedict, advisor. Standing: David Mohr, art editor, Gabriel Uljon, picture editor, Paul Robertson, associate editor, JoAnn Schloder, sports editor, john Schaut, assistant editor, Doris Hoehn, typing editor, Conrad Reuscher and Jane Lecker, managing editors. 8I Happy Zfrfgctlzcr-ness Decorating the stairway. 4 W, Veronica Hoffman, Ann Davis. Below Stephen Sorg Gabriel Ul'on ohn Gutowski Kathleen Eric o : , 3 , J ', ' h, R bert Zamboldi, Paul Robertson, Judith Rippy, Margaret Pfeufer. Constructing the Park Scenery. Kathleen Erich, "Bill" Galmish LeRoy Hasselman, Jerome Brunner, Paul Robertson, Stephen Sorg, joseph Pontzer, Hilary Schatz. Below: James Meyer. "' juuivr Pram Our own junior Prom, the dream of every high school girl and boy, has come to a beautiful realization in "Starlit Evening," and, as all dreams do, it has now passed into the land of memories. Eighty juniors eagerly awaited the day, May 4, but not in idleness. They willingly cooperated in planning for it and in decorating the Community Hall. Before long the entrance was decorated in blue and white. The tables glittered with silver starfish and fluffy flowers. Then, as if by the touch of a fairy god-mother's hand, there came into being in the middle of that bare room, a trellis beautifully garlanded with cherry blossoms, and a flower- Margarfrt Pff-ruff-r, Mary BOIOS- bordered swimming pool with a park bench and street light beside it. There na, Rosemary Ginther our dream stood forth a reality in all its beauty. Those responsible for making the dream materialize were: Mary Bologna, Mary Lee Farrell, Rosemary Ginther, Doris Schneider, Margaret Pfeufer, jane Lecker, Patricia Vollmer, JoAnn Schloder, Judith Rippy, Carol Briendel, Kathleen Erich, Ann Davis, Veronica Sarnick, Veronica Hoffman, Martha Weber, Gwynne Schaefer, Thomas Kneidel, Jerome Brunner, Alvin Hammer, LeRoy Hasselman, Robert Zamboldi, Gabriel Uljon, Stephen Sorg, john Gutowski, David Mohr, joseph Pontzer, Hilary Schatz, Paul Robertson, Donald Sain, john Schaut, james Meyer and Thomas Hanes. We were carefully chaperoned by the lay members of our school faculty with their partners: Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. Mulcahy, Mr. and Mrs. Spizzirri, Mr. and Mrs. Caimi, Mr. and Mrs. Strandberg, and by our loyal principal, Father Donald, O.S.B. At 11:00 P. M., the lucky number was drawn to determine who would be the "King and Queen" of the Prom. Patricia Loeffler and Paul Robertson received the coveted honor. The "Queen" was awarded a bouquet of roses, and the "King," a tie clip and cuff links. Although we were quite disappointed in finding snow on the ground in May, the evening turned out to be both beautiful and worthwhile. At midnight, our dream terminated with Jack Averill and his eleven piece orchestra playing our theme song, "Starlit Evening." 83 ,411 Sawing vfmemvries Relaxing between dances. Marilyn Geyer, Robert Zamboldi, Sandra Salter, Jerilynn O'Hern, james Meyer, Suzanne Sorg, Mary Bologna. Watching the fun. Framed by flowers. John Gutowski, Susan Beverage Donald Fritz, Patricia Prechtl KING AND QUEEN fgy fygfygpfg Paul Robertson, Patricia Loeffler Service with a smile. Thomas Krug, Dorothy Eichmiller, joseph Halloran. Ann Lecker, Richard Zamboldi, Pauline Garner. Mill lflassvms Friday May Crown and Attendants. Suzanne Sorg, Alice Hammer, Vesta Feldbauer, Lois Lynch, Marilys Schlimm, Constance Schlimm, Mary Schade, Mary Weis, Gwynne Schaefer, Ann Fritz. MARY, "QUEEN OF MAY" Sister Rose, Donald Parson, Karl Schaberl, Robert Mallison, George Ernst. CROWNING OE OUR BLESSED MOTHER An impressive ceremony of crowning the Blessed Virgin Mary as Queen of May was held shortly before eleven o'clock on May-4. Miss Marilys Schlimm and her attendants had been elected previously. Her court consisted of Mary Weis, Mary Schade, Lois Lynch, Vesta Feldbauer, Gwynne Schaefer, Alice Hammer, Suzanne Sorg, Ann Fritz, and Constance Schlimm, the crown bearer. Below: Ann Fritz, Suzanne Sorg, Gwynne Schaefer, Alice Hammer, Robert Mallison, Robert Parson, Sister Agnes, Karl Schaberl, Mary Weis, Vesta 4 Feldbauer, Mary Schade, Lois Lynch, Marilys Schlimm. Students reciting the Rosary during the procession. Father Donald blessing the crown. Marilys Schlimm crowning the Blessed Virgin. The attendants were dressed in beautiful Marylike gowns of pastel shades and carried bouquets of lovely red roses, while Marilys was adorned in an appropriate white gown and finger-tip veil. Preceding the student body were George Ernst, Robert Mallison, Donald Parson, and Karl Schaberl who had the honor of carrying the statue of the Blessed Virgin in the procession. Reciting the rosary enroute, all students and faculty members filed through the front entrance of the school and, after entirely circling the build- ing, arrived at the altar on Center Street. May hymns were sung while Father Donald blessed the Blessed Virgin's crown, then the Litany, prayers and act of Consecration of Mary were recited. "Mother Beloved" was the final hymn sung before the re- cessional. Evergreen boughs filled the entire Center Street entrance, and the altar itself was arranged with candelabra and baskets of flowers. Father Donald addressing the seniors at the annual Consecration ceremony. Zfhis Way ,Cics Peace ENTHRONEMENT OE THE SACRED HEART This ceremony took place for the Feast of "Christ the King" in October. An altar was erected with a golden backdrop, decorated with oak leaves, chrysanthemums, roses, and fir boughs, as well as with two Candelabra. The theme was "Catho- lic Youths" and the prominent place they play in the affairs of the future. Martha Weber, President of the C,S.M.C., opened the meeting with prayer, and addressed the seniors. The Bishop's Proclamation "Catholic Youthl' was presented by Vice President Rosemary Ginther. The Congressional Record com- mending the worthy custom of keep- ing Youth Week was read by Mary Bologna. The program continued with the singing of "Christ the King," the litany, consecration and an address by Father Donald, Moderator. The latter stressed the necessity of Catholic Youths to re- ceive the sacraments frequently in order to become healthier, happier and holier. A Sacred Heart hymn closed the program. The seniors were privileged to be in attendance at the Enthronement ceremony. fit Q 55 iff? ev. a. M r ra 2 2 ,. . Q... 5 ,wana 3 Sex ...... ,flat Well Ifrfur Par Dramafics Our Dramatics activities were begun with a meeting in September. The opening of each year brings new members into the Troups-this year totaling one hundred twenty- four. In order to conduct meetings satisfactorily, the members were divided into two groups-the first made up of Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores, the second, Freshmen. Being pressed for room there is often quite a shuffling at play practice time, especially when two or three plays are in the staging at about the same time. Our first presentation was a Drama in three acts, "Success Storyf which was better acted than attended. The Christmas play, "The Message of the Magif' was performed three times. "Grandma, How Could You," a comedy in three acts was performed for Rev. Father Timothy's Nameday. It was very well presented and received, so much so that the cast was told that it was the best ever performed on our stage. This play was repeated for the public and was highly complimented. A one-act play, l'No Greater Lovef' was enacted for the Family Association and the cast was lauded for its fine performance. Our Troupe 658 consists of one hundred sixty-two initiates. The BEST Thespians of this year are Gabriel Uljon and Doris Hoehn, and the HONOR Thespians, having acquired sixty points-five gold stars-are john Butz and Kathleen Erich. The National Thespian Society, Western Pennsylvania, Regional Conference took place at the New Elizabeth-Foward High School, Elizabeth, Pa. on Saturday, April 19, 1958 and was attended by thirty delegates. The Seventh National Dramatics Arts Conference will be held june 16-21 on a new campus. 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Samick 89 "Um Magis' "THE SUCCESS STORY," a drama in three acts. The 'lSuccess Storyl' is just that. The Sumners family appears to be ideally situated. Mr. George Sumners is a self-made man aiming at SUCCESS in life. However, his political pursuance and his wife's social ambitions are the cause of neglecting to rear their three children as God- fearing parents should. The two daughters find the need of a motherls love very trying and the son steps from col- lege trouble into a hard life and a serious tragedy. The father reaches a high position, but on the day of his success, the news of his son's death in an automobile accident is a heavy blow to the family. Mr. Sumners, in his address, strongly admonishes all parents to be more solicitous about their children. His final words are: 'Tm resigning the lofty position to which you have elected me because no man can serve his State well, when he has served his family so miserably." Slanding: S te p h e n Whiteman - Bill Daw- son, a newspaper photographerg A n - drew Jacob - Rob- ert Freeman, political opponent, B a r b a r a Kreckel - Mrs. Free- mang Gretchen Spence - Mary, the maidg Paula Halloran M jane Sumners, eldest daugh- terg Doris Hoehn - Patty, youngest child. Sealed: Katheleen Erich - Catherine fMrs. Sumnersj a society ladyg Gabriel Uljon - George, Sr. fMr. Sum- nersl. john Herbst - jim, a business associate of Mr. Sumnersg Gabriel Uljon - Mr. Sumnersg john Butz- Frank, and Thomas Knei- del - Dick, two more business associates of Mr. Sumners. Rose' Rupprecht - Mrs. Thornbery, a social butterflyg Mary Ann Stauffer - Mrs. Aldridge. a haughty social leaderg john Kromko - Dan Carlton, a contractor of State Aldridge. a haughty social leader, john Kromko - Dan Carlton, a contractor of State Highways, Paul Robertson - George, jr., son. ' JJ I c Uzzng "THE MESSAGE OF THE MAGI,', a Christmas play. The unbelieving Mistress of the Castle found the Savior and believed, through the Message of the Magi. Sealed: Susan Urbanic and Carol Haberberger - Paupers. Krzeelizzg: Zoe Ann Grosser - mothered the paupersg Joan Bailey and Anne Werner - paupersg Karen Sorg - Mistress of the Mansiong Phyllis Wright - pauperg Patricia Weisner -H the maidg Rita Hnath - mothered the paupersg Rita Gerber and Joanne Meyer - paupers. Szmzdizzg' Carol Klein - Baltasarg Sara Kronewetter - Casperg Mary Jo Valentine - Melchiorg Robert Resch - St. Josephg Grtrude Grotzinger -- Blessed. Mother. HGRANDMA, HOW COULD YOU,', a three act comedy. Paula Meyer - Freda Borden, the girl next doorg Ann Lecker - Inis, Madge's sisterg Suzanne Sorg - Glen's wifeg Peter Garbic - "bad boy" son of Inisg Kathryn Clark - Madge, the motherg Edward Lynch - Alexander, youngest son of Madgeg John Kerner - Glen, eldest son of Madgeg Ellen Simbeck - Kathryn Bock-Smyth, Annie's money-conscious daughterg Jane DeWald - Flora Bock, Kathryn's daughter by her first marriageg Pauline Garner - Annie Basset, wealthy Grandma posing as a cookg Joan Keenen - Lura Scudder, former cook of the Talmadge family. mfh Music Bm.. MRS. CARL YETZER Instructor 92 The Glee Club, under the direc- tion of Mrs. Carl Yetzer, was late getting started this year. Seniors and juniors only were eligible to join. Practices were held at the high school every Monday evening. The annual concert of "Songs You Love to Hearn is again being planned for May. Top row: Shirley Beirnel. Fiflb row: Carol Breindel, Georgia Cancilla. Fourth row: joan Engel, Kathleen Erich, Mary Lee Farrell. Third row: Nancy Supon, Ellen Wickett, Paula Halloran, Alice Hammer. Second row: Patricia Vollmer, jane Lecker, Grace Stauffer, Margaret Pfeufer, Judith Rippy. Botzom row: Veronica Samick, Gwynne Schaefer, Susan Schaut, JoAnn Schloder, Doris Schneider, Martha Weber. f x 1 l 1 i E SISTER M. AGNES Co Make Him 16' tier Known Sponsor The Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, the aim of which is study, prayer and sacrifice, was again under the direction of Sister M. Agnes. Monthly meetings were held, beginning with the Dedication to the Sacred Heart and ending with the May Crowning. Our plan for raising money to help the Missions was a device called "Rockets to the Moonf' To reach our goal the students gave their pennies for the Missions once a week, and each week the rocket moved closer to the moon. OFFICERS Seniors Sophomore: fzmiorr Ann Gretchen joan Davis Spence Keenen ,. .IH X Rosemary Suzanne Mary Ann Ginther Sorg Stauffer ,. ,,.t,.a,at,. ,tit . ,, . .,tt, . . ,, . r,rit.i A .,iiv,s, i 1,l',i'l-if 4i3f'fiff7?iifi?":'5lfi?f?i53 5Vi 3i' 5 ?'?2r- ,,--.,., , ff K,-..-,. ,V S -Q '- I., Lilig 13- ':2f.s':ls'fs - Q-QE! Q' fi fl i1i4l,?s5: fsif J 1:1-i 7 fi-xv yisjsf , rig,-5? 'f 1, r -ss:-112. ir " , ,, ,, W it i"' ,,t,, s'r Kathleen Betty Ann Ruth Erich Keenen Wehler f Q 9 Q ,H 'W' . A ' -K , , . , - Veronica Mary K. JoAnne Hoffman Goetz Erich 94 Vice President, Rosemary Gintherg Secretary, joseph Hallorang Treasurer, Thomas Krugg President, Martha Weber. , fr- ..,, SISTER M. , Ve, ., ..., L., ,V-5 ,..,Q,, ...E Moderator . ,'Qi,,,--f 1,3-22f'5f:r,f fl,5tiJt5ffi, i EVANGEUST f in , fi" 1 5, , az 1 .-V5-fftt get . ,.iv,'ig.r-ew 'Q t as .. i. -,,, ii. .... .e as I.-'+f,4-sw '"is--3,11e-jf-hy,-1.2-,sir 0 r Mission glllb Membership in the three Mission clubs was open to the senior, junior and sophomore girls and respectively were: "Followers of Christ," Followers of Mary" and "Little Helpers of Christ." They had as their purpose to foster love for the home and foreign missions and to give material aid 'as well. Each club met once a month, at which meetings, projects for raising funds were dis- cussed, planned and put into action. The members responded wholeheartedly to help Madonna House in Canada. The girls, as- sisted by the people of St. Marys, ransacked attics, cellars and store- houses where they found toys and clothing. The senior and sopho- more clubs chose Father Edward J. Edwards, S.V.D., as their mission- ary who is helping to build a chapel in the Dutch East Indies. The juniors are a home mission club. Hence they selected Ave Maria Institute. Dues were collected for the purpose of taking a trip at the end of the year. far rz Marc Articulate Zrzflmhc Buffy National Catholic Forensic League was organized at Central in january, 1957. The purpose of the N.C.F.L. is the develop- ment of an articulate Catholic laity, through whose skill and zeal Catholic thought may become an influence in the life and affairs of the nation. To achieve this purpose, the League aims to pro- mote speech activities, among which are Student Congress and Debate, in the Diocesan high schools. CANTEEN SERVERS: Darlene Brennan, Nancy Pfingstler Margaret Beck Rita Mae Vollmer Rita Hnath and Mary Lechner. This year Centralites have taken part in seven Speech Tourna- ments, five Debates, and five Student Congresses. Students who have earned twenty-five or more points in Practice Tournaments are entitled to membership in the Catholic Forensic League. Seventeen have merited this ward. When fifty points have been obtained, a Degree of Honor is awarded by means of a seal to be placed on the Certificate of Membership. The following have reached this goal: Jerome Brunner, David Mohr, john Kromko, joseph Halloran, Jeanne Dippold, and Suzanne Sorg. Kathryn Clark giving a dramatic presentation of All Night Someone Walks in the Corn." Karen Sorg and Catherine Hannibal serving lunch to two of the Judges Mr and Mrs Henry Fritz 96 Ou the flyflf Zzrzfasfic Coe Barb Zambolcli and john Butz walk off with the Cakewalk prize while Tom Miller loks anxiously on. From' to back: Tub Hasselman, Doris Schneider, Al Hammer, Mary Weber, Squeek Robertson, john Gutowski, and Susie Sorg begin our cake walk. Doris Schneider, Tub Hasselman, Bill Schaut, Mary Ann Sain, Alice Hammer, jake Meyer, Pete Schaut, and Susie Schaut at our Halloween Dance. w'111'Liwi145W " 1 +- Gabriel Uljon, David Mohr and Thomas Kneidel informed the Public of school happenings, over Station WKBI. 9dr the Happiness nf Others Fruit Cake Captains: Kathleen Erich, JoAnn Schlocler, Margaret Gerg, Patricia Vollmer, Catherine Cheatle. Supplying music for the Senior Dance. Front: Donald Sain, Paul Robertson, Gabriel Uljon, Jerome Brunner, Don alcl Fritz, Karl Wegemer, Joseph Pontzer. Back: Donald Schreiber, John Butz, John Gutowskij Stephen Sorg. 97 l Make if zz Great year Paula Halloran ex- amines possible scholar- ships. Sr. Agnes changes the bulletin board Doris Schneider, Tub Hasselman, Connie Reuscher, Ann Davis, Veronica Hoffman, jane Lecker and Pete Schaut serve at Seniors' Dance. . -uf QIYIZQYQYLS X YOIKCYKI N W M - -f 1- ': '34 1 M - I 'S 'I A . - - S 2 ' - I , . I -f V . S A fhlefics Unfortunately, the 1957 baseball season Dickings an thc' Diamond was similar to the preceding one in that the results proved futile, as only two interscholastic contests were staged. The athletic department made a noble effort to schedule more games, but only St. Francis of Clearfield actually met the Crusaders on the diamond. .59 ,nag aft, , S sae' iso? 09 as . gi fo G x 9042, efxewib' K . - 9 oN 4 X ofa ,OBQPZ xv-osxak mo.. , H .' A4 3... Ox Axifax sie' .aelxf en'69.xfi .- I, 3 f" n A E "I f' ' ,f talented group of performers, four- teen in all, answered the call to practice, and under the tutelage of Bob Lupton, who took over upon the departure of former director, Ed Bridge, a formidable squad was produced. The opening game was played at Clear- field on May 6, and thanks to a brilliant pitching performance by Sonny Lenze, and a barrage of base hits, the visitors returned home with a 13 to 1 victory. Lenze was in command all the way as the lanky righthander tossed his first no- hitter of the year while fanning thirteen enemy batsmen. Three days later, the Ponies invaded the confines of Memorial Park with in- tent of avenging the humiliating defeat. After eight innings of hectic competition, St. Francis emerged the victor by a score of 9 to 8. It was a loosely-played game, 14 errors having been committed. The 757 squad was comprised of three seniors, four juniors, six sophomores and 1 fresh- man. Boltam row: Lynwood Schaefer, Tub Hasselman, Dave Struble, Sonny Lenze, Chick Heary, jerry Wortman, Rene Nxclclas, John Halloran. Tap row: Ed Stebick, George Steele, Bill Werner, Tom Price, John Gutowski, Steve Sorg, john Bauer, jim Gabler, Bernie Schutz, Coach Bob Lupton. We Present I 95 7-5 8 Cfrusadcrs Seniors P5 ER Oyg 4 F SSQ 099 A MR. AUGUSTINE SPIZZIRRI Coach 'i 096 0 awww C1 FATHER DONALD Athletic Director gl QS sy-FIT Of? 258' Mr. Lupton and Mr. Spizzirri receive the "Capital City Tournament" trophy. C Central ............ 64 Central ............ 7 5 Central ............ 39 Emporium ...... 58 Central ........,... 54 Central ............ 66 Central ......r..... 58 Central ............ 54 Central .,.....,.... 62 Central ............ 5 5 Central ............ 67 Central ....,....,.. 76 Central ............ 65 Johnstown ......,. 83 69 Central ......... St. Marys Public 50 Central ............ 58 Central .,.,........ 41 Central ........,.., 63 Central .........,., 74 Central ......,.,... 63 I02 ,4 Wave of Applause to Despite losing three regulars from last yearis team through graduation, the Crusaders again turned in another banner season, their record establishing them as one of the best court teams in the area. The Blue and Gold participated in 24 contests and were victorious 19 times for a won-lost percentage of 791. Mr. Spizzirri in his second year as coach issued the call for practice November 1, and fifteen young athletes answered the summons. Two games were again played with our archrivals, Public High, for the City Championship. Central won the first, but were defeated in the second, and due to the PIAA ruling, a third game was impossible. This year the Crusaders participated in the Capital City Invitational Tournament in Harrisburg over the Christmas holidays. The Centralites did very well, bringing home 1 the second place trophy. They were pitted against Lebanon, 50-48 in the first game, and with Harrisburg, 56-75 in the second game. Another highlight was the victory over Johnstown. The Crusaders accomplished this feat january 12, at Kelly Gym by a score of S4 to 52. We had not previously beaten this team since 1954. The Church Streeters met Cathedral Prep of Erie, March 7, at Russell, Pa., to decide the Class A Championship of the Erie Diocese. The outcome favored the Erieites, 44-53. The leading' scorer of this year's aggregate was Leroy "Tub', Hasselman. The senior forward broke the all-time Central scoring record with a three year total of 1281, ending the season with 469 points. Runner-up was playmaker, Jake Meyer, also a senior, who burned the cords for 280 markers. As a team, the Crusaders outscored their opponents 1397 to 1224. The junior Varsity, coached by Mr. Lupton, compiled a record of 10 wins and 11 losses. "Butch" Rupprecht paced the little Crusaders in the scoring column with 134 points. JOHN BUTZ Sports Writer Alumni ......... ...... 5 5 l Emporium ............ 58 johnsonburg .......... 29 Central 2 1 ......... . 47 Oil City .................. 33 Punxsutawney ........ 37 Clearfield .............. 53 Johnstown .,.......... 52 St. Marys Public .... 50 Bradford ................ 43 Punxsutawney .....,.. 47 Oil City .,.............. 56 johnsonburg .......... 57 Central ............... 56 Ridgway ....... ...... 5 4 Central ,..... ...... 4 0 DuBois ......... ...... 4 O Bradford ....... ...... 3 4 Ridgway ....... .. .... 60 DuBois ,..... ..,... 4 9 Clearfield ..... ..... 5 1 dflfquerilrg Udc :ff 167116 and 5014 Varsity Hrusaders , ew m. A-'nam 'H ..,. V,,,.Vb,, ,, ..,,,.l.W'-""r'e'n,-M 5m"i""":W' -mf e M' e"-We-ma---1, ' .,....m.m. Y um, Front row: james Meyer, Gervase Wortimuan, John Skok, Martin Hammer, john Bauer, William Wei'ner, Richard Zamboldi, Leroy Hasselman. Top ww: Manager Peter Bauer, Thomas Goetz, joseph Halloran, Steven Sorg, Richard Kronenwetter, Robert Zamboldi, Donald Sain, Coach Augustine Spizzirri, Varsity Khcerleadvrs Stafzdifzg: Captain Martha Webe1'. Kzzeelizzgs Veronica Haller, Suzanne Sorg, Gwynne Schaefer, Vivian Sorg, Ann Fritz, Diane Rinella, Paula Halloran. alufrf af Glory Mary D. Valentine, Hope Weidenboerner, Jeanette Baumer, Constance Schlimm, Mary Beth Schlimm. V , , Coach, Mr. Luptong Gerald Brennen, james Heary, Wfarren Olson, Ronald Krone-nwetter, Edward Lynch, David Burfield, William DeLullo, Clarence Rupprecht, Thomas Engel, James Welz, Michael Pollick, Robert Pfingstler. w 4 i X , i I ' 'derzfralf ' ' Tub scores against Public. Bob jumps high against Oil City jake drives against Clearfield. .a W , Donny vs. Rupp. Clzey Keep the l6'lzll Zvssiug Volleyball Kapfains C0047 Senior Auixmnz Canal: MRS. MULCAHY ANN DAVIS MISS KERNER if A33 5 E M fefiiiw 'H Mig? QQ: 2 -' affix w we zwffm, 'ff g ,.,w,f,.,. ,,7neQ,,..Q, ., , wg.. g sm ,EL - . . Q 5 .fn V 1 XJ . . its- ..? .-ap, N. ,. ,B New df' pw ni MNH 533: 11 .1 ffl 2 1 N X Ms Q fm X N Rf 5345? 1? RL if g , . , juniors PAULINE GARNER MARY B. SCHLIMM GRETCHEN SPENCE Soplyomoref JEANETTE BAUMER SANDRA HAINES MARY A. SAIN MARY D. VALENTINE Freflomen GERDA JEAN IRENE EDITH ELIZABETH ANNE ENGELBERG HOFFMAN KNEIDEL MOHR SCHLODER WERNER Seniors' las! Cass at Scrzirfr Vrflleyball Umm Top row: Miss Kerner, Assistant Coach, Margaret Gerg, Veronica Haller, JoAnn Schloder, Doris Schneider, Martha Weber, Mrs. Mulcahy, Coach. Serond wuz' Patricia Vollmer, Margaret Pfeufer, Georgia Cancilla, Rita Frey. Barium row: Ann David, Captain. Hit it, Pat i Vzflleyball Volleyball, this year, was coached by Mrs. Mulcahy and Miss Judy Kerner The teams were divided into two leagues, the National and the American the National consisting of Seniors, juniors and Sophomores, and the American of Freshmen only The standings at the present time are as follows: NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Wim Laney Tfrwif Wim Lauer 201-Seniors ,,.,.,, ,,,., 5 0 1-Freshmen 207-junigfs ...,,,,---,.- ----- 5 0 2-Freshmen 203--Sophomores ...... .... 2 1 5-Ffe5hm60 202-juniors .......... ,.,,, 1 2 6-FfCShmC11 206-Juniors ,,.,...... ,,,, 1 2 3-FfCShIT1CI1 1 O2-Sophomores ..... .... 1 2 4-Freshmen 101-Sophomores ...... .,.,,.i. 1 2 205-Sophomores ,.... ,,,,,,,. 0 3 Some time in March a Tournament between the best teams from all four classes will be held. The winners will be considered the CHAMPIONS and will be guests at the Basketball Banquet. Annie's got it! Our Sincere Thanlcs Io Our Palrons, 'A Friends Tried and True, Fai'I'hfuI and Loyal ,,.f-Grarwzz-G'rfsQ-,.N MICEQVI 39 J, J is .ff BUSINESS PATRONS I " T " ,J 0 I U IS ouk K rmsr X-f THOUGHT A ALLEN'S SPORTSMAN'S SHOP 25 Erie Ave. CAMERAS, SPORTING GOODS MODELS, HOBBIES ARMSTRONG, B. IRENE, M.D. 57 Erie Ave. PROFESSIONAL ASH SHOE STORE I2 N. Michael S+. FOR BETTER SHOES ...- AUMAN'S STORE 352 Church S'I'. GROCERIES AVENUE MARKET I9 Erie Ave. QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES 'AYSHIRE DAIRY Old Kersey Road DAIRY PRODUCTS .f,,l -xxx' 11'-:ii .ull 'S I 0 "S I 5 'B8zR ELECTRIC CO. 20 Railroad Sl. ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTORS BARN EY'S Eschbach Road COM PLI MENTS BARR, CLIFF Brussells S+. BARBER SHOP BAYER FURNITURE CO.. 202 Depo'I SI. FURNITURE 'l'BEBBLE, WILLIAM J. 364 Brussells S+. COMPLIMENTS BERMAN'S I6 Erie Ave. WOMEN'S CLOTHING 'BOSCOL TOOL 81 MFG. Daguscahonda, Pa. TOOLS BOVE SERVICE 239 Brussells S'I'. SHOE REPAIR 'l'B.P.O. ELKS La'layeI'Ie SI. SOCIAL CLUB BRENNEN, GERALD E. 620 N. Michael S'I'. GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 'BUILDERS 8: MFRS. SUPPLY CO 2I5 Fourlh SI. LUMBER BURKE BROS. Million Dollar Hwy. CONSTRUCTION SERVICE AND SUPPLIES BUSINESS FIRMS COMPLIMENTS 'BUSINESS FIRMS COMPLIMENTS BUTTERY CLEANERS Trou'I' Run Road CLEANING CLOTHES 'P C CARBON CITY MOTORS 34 So. S+. Marys SI. DESOTO, DODGE AND PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE 'CARBON CITY PRODUCTS Ford Road POWDER METAL PRODUCTS CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE 2I7 Parade SI. INSURANCE 'CELIN'S SHOE SERVICE IIO So. Michael S'I'. SHOE REPAIR BROWN'S BOOT SHOPS. INC. :CENTRAL DRUG STORE I25 So. Michael SI. SHOES 39 N. S'I'. Marys S+. RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS 818520 1181525 81888s5o 881118sIo0 CENTRAL RESTAURANT 4 So. S+. Marys S+. RESTAURANT CITY MARKET I04 So. Michael S+. MEATS AND GROCERIES CITY TRANSFER CO. 458 Washing+on S+. TRANSPORTATION C.M.F. 307 So. S+. Marys S+. SOCIAL CLUB COLONIAL LINEN SHOPPE' 208 Brussells S+. LINEN AND DOMESTICS ff' .ri If xmi COMMUNITY NURSING ORGANIZATION STATION Communi+y Bld., Erie Ave. COMPLIMENTS D 'DAILY PRESS 245 Brussells S+. NEWSPAPER DARI-CREME Ridgway Road SOFT ICE CREAM DAUER'S E. Erie Ave. SPORTING GOODS OFFICE EQUIPMENT 'DEB SHOPPE Brussells S+. TEEN-AGE CLOTHING DELULLO'S SHOE STORE I5 Erie Ave. QUALITY FOOTVVEAR DELULLO'S TEMPLE SERVICE STATION 325 Brussells S+. GASOLINE 'DETSCH'S GARAGE AND BUS LINES 2I-23 So. S+. Marys S+. TRANSPORTATION AND AUTO REPAIRS 'CONSOLIDATED NEWS AGENCY 1DIEGES 8 CI-UST 53 Erie Ave. NEWS ARTICLES 'CORBETI' CABINET Spruce S+. BUILDING MATERIALS CORNER RESTAURANT IOI Cobb S+. BEER, LIOUOR, WINE COTTER'S GARAGE Hall Ave. OLDSMOBILE COUNTRY TAVERN So. Michael Road TAVERN 'CRYSTAL BEVERAGE 62I Maurus S+. BEVERAGES I7 John S+., New Yorlr 8, N. CLASS JEWELRY E EAGEN HARDWARE I08 So. Michael S+. HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES ECKERT'S JEWELRY 81 GIFTS I27 So. Michael S+. JEWELRY AND ENGRAVING ECKERT'S SUNOCO SERVICE ECONOMY CLEANERS I6 N. Michael S+. DRY CLEANERS 'ELK BUILDING MATERIALS. INC. Trou+ Run Road BUILDING MATERIALS 'ELK CANDY CO. 252 MarIce+ S+. WHOLESALE CONFECTIONARY ELK CASINO Washing+on Road RESTAU RANT ELK COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCTS 246 Ches+nu+ S+. DAIRY PRODUCTS ELK ENGINEERING WORKS 220 Tannery S+. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP 'ELK MOTOR SALES CO. 3I5 So. S+. Marys S+. FORD, LINCOLN. MERCURY ENTERPRISE PRINTING CO. 95 Erie Ave. PRINTING AND STATIONERY 'ERICH BROTHERS Rosely Road BUILDING CONTRACTOR ERICH, J. W. 640 So. S+. Marys S+. TRUCKING BUSINESS F FAIRVIEW DRIVE-IN THEATRE Million Dollar Hwy. MOTION PICTURES-FAMILY STYLE STATION 'FAMILY MARKET 965 Brussells S+. 463 Ches+nu+ S+. GASOLIN-E AND senvlce STATION MEATS AND GROCERIES 15 I 0 115 I 5 111520 1111525 11111550 1111115 I 00 "' RMER'S 81 MERCHANT'S BANK FRIEDL'S TAVERN FA IOI N. SI. Marys S+. BANKING FARRELL, JOSEPH A. Windfall Road KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FIELD REPRESENTATIVE x IX .UH FASHION FLOORS So. Sl. Mar s Road Y FLOOR COVERING, PAINT FEDDER'S JEWELRY STORE 23 Erie Ave. JEWELRY FERRAGINE, JOHN II6 W. Erie Ave. BARBER SHOP FIRESTONE STORE I4 Railroad S'l'. TIRES FLEISHMAN, ALFRED J. 426 Walburga SI. GENERAL INSURANCE F. O. EAGLES I47 N. Michael Sl. FRATERNAL CLUB FREDDlE'S DAIRY DELL 20I Parade Sl. ICE CREAM BAR FREY'S WELDING SHOP 330 Charles S+. ORNAMENTAL IRON, GENERAL WELDING FRICK. JOHN J. II2 A'l'lan'I'ic Sl. PLUMBING 8: HEATING 322 Depol S+. BEVERAGES AND FOOD FRIENDLY CAB CO. 32 Railroad S+. CAB SERVICE FRITZ 81 WITTMAN N. S+. Marys Road NEW HOMES, ROOFING. SIDING REMODELING, FREE ESTIMATES FRITZ, HAL, PIANO CO. Johnsonburg Road WURLITZER PIANO AND ORGAN """"'FULTON 81 KING CHEVROLET. INC. 230 S'I'a'Ie SI. AUTOMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE FYR.FYTER Box 228 FYR-FYTER PRODUCTS I Tn I .222-"iff G "'GARNER, PAUL A. 29 Lafayelle S+. INSURANCE 'GARNER ,PLUMBING SHOP 320 Maurus S+. PLUMBING, HEATING AND REPAIRS GERBER, FLOYD A. Rosely Road BOTTLED GAS DISTRIBUTOR GERG, EDWARD J. 83 Erie Ave. WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES GERG. MUSIC STORE 43 Erie Ave. ELECTRIC ORGAN, RECORD PLAYERS, RECORDS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS GERG AUTO BODY SHOP So. Michael Road AUTOMOBILE SERVICE GETZ DRESS SHOPPE 204 Cl1es'l'nuI' S+. DRESS SHOPPE GEYER, LOUIS A. 426 W. Mill S+. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS GLASSER'S 45 Erie Ave. DRESS SHOP ' GLOVER. HARVEY H.. D.D.S. 47 Erie Ave. DENTIST GOETZ FEED 81 HARDWARE Depol S'l'. FEEDS, FERTILIZERS, SEEDS, FARM AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT GORMAN'S DAIRY STORE Railroad SI. DAIRY PRODUCTS GROSS. JACK I 5 Erie Ave. MEN'S CLOTHING GROTZINGER, G. C. Rosely Road AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS """""'GROTZlNGER STUDIO III Cenier SI. PHOTOGRAPHER GUMP. MIRIUM IO6 Edward Road BEAUTY sHoP .xy .... , I Im.. H ' HABERBERGER, R. J. Houslon Road GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR HACHERL. TOM N. SI. Marys Road COMPLIMENTS :rs I 0 was I 5 1128520 1:11525 uwss50 1111115 I 00 If .-' I., S HALF-HOUR LAUNDRY I38 Washingfon SI. LAUNDRY HARRIS ST. MARYS THEATRE I9 N. S+. Maw. S+. MOTION PICTURES HARRY'S TEXACO SERVICE 62I Maurus S+. SERVICE STATION HOWELL. FLOYD D. Luhr Building PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT "'HOWIE'S USED CARS Million Dollar H USED CARS Wy' HOY'S RADIO SERVICE 67 Erie Ave. GENERAL ELECTRIC I 'INDUSTRIAL FINANCE F.8mM. Bank Bldg. FINANCE 'INDUSTRIAL SALVAGE CO. 54 Depo'l' SI. SCRAP METALS. NEW STEEL HARVEY, CHAS. P. DIST., INC. "'lVAN'S MEN'S SHOP Brussells S+. 2l N. S+. Marys S+. ESSO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FINE MEN'S WEAR HAUBER, EDWARD, D.D.S. 25 Erie Ave. DENTIST HEARY. ART 81 SONS I25 Arch ST. FURNITURE STORE HERZING, HELEN 346 Spruce S+. BEAUTICIAN HERZING, PHILIP C. M 3I9 Maurus S'I'. GROCERY STORE "'HIGGINS, J. P., D.D.S. IO Railroad S+. DENTIST HI-WAY SERVICE STATION So. S'I'. Marys Road GAS, OIL, AUTO REPAIRS """"'HOEHN. GENEVIEVE R. 25 Na'IionaI Bank Bldg. LOCAL TAX COLLECTOR HOME FURNITURE CO. 228 Brussells S'I'. FURNITURE J JACOB'S FURNITURE CO. 99 Erie Ave. FURNITURE JACOB, LEONA Ilb N. ST. Marys SI. MUSIC TEACHER JACOB. THOS. 81 SONS 307 N. Michael ST. PLASTERING AND LATHING JERRY'S AUTO REPAIR GARAGE John S'I'. SERVICE STATION JOHNSONBURG BUILDERS SUPPLY Johnsonburg, Pa. - BUILDING MATERIALS I 1, :Ig F. I1 K "'KANTAR, INC. 4 Erie Ave. DEPARTMENT STORE "'KAUFMAN'S AUTO PARTS I2I Mill SI. AuI'o Par'I's "'KEEBLER, HORWARD, M.D. I6 Railroad S+. ' COMPLIMENTS 'KELLER 81 WOLFEL, DIST. Washingfon Road TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS KERSEY-BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Kersey, Pa. LUMBER MILLWORK, KITCHEN CABINETS AND GEN. CONTRACTING """"'KEYSTONE CARBON CO. SI'a'Ie Road COMPLIMENTS KIDDIE'S SPECIALTY SHOP 24l Brussells S+. INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR II KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 3 Washingfon ST. SOCIAL CLUB KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE AUXILIARY ' ST. Marys, Pa. CATHOLIC ORGANIZATION KNOUSE RADIO 8: APPLIANCE SERVICE 2I9 Michael S'I. THE HOME OF EASY WASHERS 'SID Hs I 5 mfszo H-H525 W-Hsso "+"+++s I oo KRIEGEL'S STERLING SERVICE Johnsonburg, Pa. SERVICE STATION KRONENWETTER. A. E. 456 Charles SI. GENERAL INSURANCE "'KRONENWETTER, BOB DuBois, Pa. COMPLIMENTS KRONENWETTER DRESS SHOP I2I So. Michael S+. LADIES' APPAREL. DRESSES COATS KRONENWETTER, PAULINE 357 N. Michael SI. BEAUTICIAN K-Z TACKLE SHOP Markel SI. ARCHERY EQUIPMENT fl I9- QV x7 .fy as Ix L TLECKER. ALBERT ZI4 ChesInu'I' SI. HEATING AND PLUMBING LEIGHTNER AUTO SERVICE I57V2 Mark SI. AUTO SERVICE LESSER 8: LESSER Brussells S+. JEWELRY LEUSCHEL. RAY 627 Curry Ave. GROCERY STORE LION, EDWIN. J. 8 Railroad S'I'. GENERAL MERCHANDISE 'LOCAL 502, IUE-AFL-CIO MAROUETTE TAVERN DESIGNERS AND PRODUCERS OF I06 So. Michael SI. 249 Marlcei' S'I'. LABOR UNION TAVERN LOWER FURNITURE CO. "'McDONALD BROS.. I2 Erie Ave. REP. JOSTEN'S FURNITURE 920 Inves+menI' Bldg. 22, Pa. Co-I-II96 45 N. SI. Marys SI. CONFEC-I-IONERY EXCLUSIVE CLASS JEWELRY LUNGER'S GROCERY STORE Schissle SI. GROCERIES LYNCH, JOHN J. I5I N. Michael SI. FUNERAL HOME LYNCH. JOSEPH W. 203 Washing'I'on SI. FUNERAL HOME "'LYN-CLARE FLOWER SHOP 4I Erie Ave. FLORIST M MALONE, J. J. CO. Kersey, Pa. BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTOR MARCONI, JOHN Jr. Joseph Road BRICKS. SAND. COAL BLOCKS, CEMENT MARKLEY, THERESA 5I Erie Ave. BEAUTY SHOP MARSH, A. F. Moose Building, Erie Ave. STATIONERY STORE ANNOUNCEMENTS. NAME CARDS DIPLOMAS AND AWARDS McGEEHAN, JOHN T., M.D. 728 Maurus S'I'. COMPLIMENTS MEISEL FUNERAL HOME 44 So. S'I'. Marys S'I'. FUNERAL HOME WI -Mlllll lll """' I I MICALE'S II6 So. SI. Michael S+. BARBER SHOP MILLER'S HARDWARE I4 N. SI. Michael SI. SPEED QUEEN APPLIANCES 'MODERN DAIRY S+a+e S+. DAIRY PRODUCTS MOOSE. LOYAL ORDER OF NO. I46 30 Erie Ave. SOCIAL AND FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION """MULLENDEAN HOTEL Erie Ave. "THE CARBON ROOM" MURONE'S MUSIC 8. TELEVISION 30 Erie Ave. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND TV :rs I 0 was I 5 111520 1:11525 11111550 anrarararxs I 00 'I .. m MURPHY, G. C., CO. I9 Erie Ave. DEPARTMENT STORE N PHILLIP'S JEWELERS H Johnsonburg, Pa. JEWELRY STORE "'PlSTNER, ALVIN J. 8I SONS Million Dollar Hwy. WILLYS SALES AND SERVICE PITZER. DR. WILLIAM E. I25 S+a+e Road RITA LEE DRESS SHOPPE 2I5 Brussells S+. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR RITTER, MRS. FRED. 4I6 Cen+er S+. PIANO TEACHER ROLLICICS 207 Brussells S+. COMPLIMENTS ICE CREAM PARLOR PONTZER, ANDREW, D.D.s. RUPPRECHT. RAY l::iglTElTg1Y3':EVVALLPAPER 8' 202 CI1es+nu+ S+. 432 Maple S+. 65 Erie Ave. COMPLIMENTS PAINT STORE DUTCH BOY PAINT PONTzER's GROCERY STORE S +-HNATIONAL MOLDED PRODUCTS QHSEEFQQ' STORE INC. o nson , P . IPOWDER METALI DINNERSurANDa LUNCHEs 2Ig,eMQflf' BAKERY NoEsUZERT'i MARKET '+'PhOgIfDER METAL PRODUCTS, BREAD- CAKES- ROLLS rle Ve. . MEATS AND GROCERIES washingm s+. Ex+. , ""'2Ig+lVlfQfff CARBON CO' 'NEW FRANKLIN HOTEL So. S+. Marys S+. HOTEL NEW SHAWMUT MINING Na+ionaI Bank Bldg. PRODUCER OF BITUMINOUS COAL P 'PARKWAY SUPER MARKET N. S+. Marys Road FOOD STORE PEACOCK COFFEE SHOP 202 Cl1es+nu+ S+. FINE FOOD AND FINE CANDIES PETE'S BARBER SHOP 2I5 So. Michael S+. BARBER SHOP PFAFF'S MARKET I37 A+lan+ic S+. GROCERIES AND MEATS P. F. L. 2I4 Cl1es+nu+ S+. BEST BEVERAGES IN TOWN O. P. M. P. SINTERED BEARINGS, BUSHINGS. ETC. """"'PU RE CARBON 44I Hall Ave. CARBON. GRAPHITE AND METAL GRAPHITE PRODUCTS. POWDERED METAL BEARINGS AND PARTS ST. MARYS GARBAGE DISPOSAL CARBON AND METAL GRAPHITE BRUSHES S'1'fA,mff'ysDQ.RY DAIRY PRODUCTS Q ST. MARYs DRUG STORE 4 Railroad S+. 'QUALITY COMPONENTS. INC. DRUG STORE P. O. Box IIB BRUSHES, RESISTORS. ETC. So. Michael Road GARBAGE DISPOSAL 'TNI . ,, ST. MARYS GIFT 8. ART ,f-A-' "'lf"4'Ifif j-" 28 Railroad S+. H - . ,gjj Lg.,-,L COSMETICS. JEWELRY, GIFTS "' ' " ' W "'ST. MARYS INSURANCE R AGENCY, INC. E 3. M Bank Bldg. ALL LINES OF INSURANCE REED, BOBBY 200 Marke+ S+. BARBER SHOP A , REVILLE, PETER 236 So. Michael S+. ,?-, 45, BUY DO-MORE CHAIRS FOR MM Q YOUR HEALTH - '- is I 0 :Inks I 5 illillllvkszs 811281550 IIUIUFIINIUKS I ST. MARYS MOTEL ST. MARYS USED CAR CENTER SO. SI. Marys ROGCI So. Sf, Marys Road MOTEL USED CARS SLT. MARYS MUTUAL FIRE ST. MARYS VULCANIZING WORKS INSURANCE CO. 237 MSFIBI S+. F a M Bank Bldg. VULCANIZING INSURANCE SAMIS ST. MARYS NATIONAL BANK 27 Erie Ave- io N. Machaa S+. COMPUMENTS BANK SARGINGER TRACTOR 8. ST. MARYS SAVINGS s. LOAN IMPLEMENT CO. ASSOCIATION Eschbach Road Daily Press Building FORD TRACTOR5 "HOME FINANCING" I-ST. MARYS WOOD SPECIALTY CO. . N. S+. Marys Road fggnMQiZf' IQOPQQRTSMENS CLUB BUILDING MATERIALS ESPORTSMAN'S CLUB I ST. MARYS SPRING CO. I we I Lehner Ave. "'g ,,4- M COIL SPRINGS AND WIRE FORMS ST. MARYS SUPERETTE IO9 WasI'Iing+on S'I'. FOOD ST. MARYS SUPER-SERVICE STATION 253 Brussells S+. AUTO ELECTRIC ST. MARYS TELEVISION So. Michael S+. CABLE "'ST. MARYS TRANSFER CO. S+a'I'e S+. TRANSFER gi' 2 fy, """ST. MARYS TRUST CO. 2 Erie Ave. BEST WISHES 'SAV-ON-HARDWARE 2 I 3 Brussells ST. I SCHWABENBAUER'S FARM EscI'IbacI'I Road FARM PRODUCTS SCOLARI, PETE Evers Ave. TV SALES AND SERVICE SCUTELLA'S CLEANERS 8: TAILORS I43 Washingfon S+. BEST WISHES "'SEEL, A. F., MACHINE SHOP 42I N. Michael S+. MACHINE SHOP SELLE'S AUTO REPAIR WasI1ing'Ion Road AUTO REPAIR SERVIDEA'S RADIO SALES "THE STORE WITH YOU IN MIND" 8K SERVICE SCHAUT'S. MARGARET, Johnsonsburg and Ridgway, Pa. BEAUTY HSHOPPES RADIO SALES AND SERVICE 4I5 Was 'r1gI'on I'. , "'SCHLIMM,I CHARLES G. ICE CREAM 2I0 Brussels S'I'. GENERAL INSURANCE "'j?5ERV'f,Zibl'ggj-S+ SCHLIMM'S' SUPER MARKET CONTRACTOR. 479 B,-ussells S+, BUILDING SUPPLIES GRGCERIES SIECKER. LORETTA SCHLODER'S PONTIAC GARAGE 3l7 Bened'C+ Sl'- 402 WasI1ing+on SI. REPRESENTATIVE p0NTIAQ DEALER CLEARFIELD FURS SCHOENING'S, EDNA, BEAUTY SHOPPE 238 CI'Ies'InuI' S'I'. BEAUTICIAN SCHUTZ'S 298 N. ST. Marys ST. GROCERY STORE 'SMITH LUMBER CO. Jolmsonburg, Pa. BUILDING MATERIALS SMITH'S SPORT STORE I0 Erie Ave. SPORTING GOODS AND MEN'S WEAR is I 0 ills I 5 illilfilszo Ilrlllllllllszs 1181811550 Illlllllvkikills I SORG, HERBERT P. 446 Charles ST. COMPLIMENTS SPARK'S CAR WASH BrusseIIs ST. CAR WASHING """""""""SPEER CARBON CO. Theresia S+. CARBON. GRAPHITE PRODUCTS, ETC. """""""'STACKPOLE CARBON CO. 20I Tannery Si. CARBON PLANT ""I""STANDARD PENNANT CO. Bug Run, Pa. FELT AND LEATHER GOODS dl' , fi Oni. TOWNE HOUSE I38 Cen'rer S+. HOMOTEL TREND FURNITURE CO. 7 N. S'I'. Marys S+. HOME FURNISHINGS WITH FASHION AND ECONOMY TWIN SPRINGS Million DoIIar Hwy. HOT' DOG STAND AND GARAGE WILLIAMS CLEANERS, THE I04 W. Erie Ave. QUALITY DRY CLEANING "'WINDFALL SERVICE STATION WindfaII Road "FLYING A" GASOLINE "'WKBI Erie Ave. RADIO STATION WOLF BEVERAGE 327 Rosely Road BEER DISTRIBUTOR sTEBIcIc, AL. V Y Windfall Road PLUMBING AND I-IEATING STORMER. JOE w. 3Is Arch S+. vANsLANDER's GROCERY 3. "YELLOW JACKETS" COMPLIMENTS SERVICE STATION IDRUM AND BUGLE CORPSI 697 Washin fon Road GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF 'sa STRAUB- ALFONSE J- GROCERIESg AND SERVICE STATION 4 R.,II,,,,.I SI, YOUNG SERVICE STATION coMPLIMENTs VOLLMER .REFRIGERATION QZSRCEEIV EIIBRICATIONS 'STRAUB BREWERY- INC- REERIEERIXIIGNSAND AIR ' ' 303 Sofg S+- CONDITIONING 'MYOUTH CENTER BREWERY Municipal Building ,SYLVANIA SOCIAL CLUB ELECTRIC PRoDUcTs. INC. w Washingfon Road INCANDESCENT LAMPS WEGEMER' C. W. 724 Vine Road NATIONWIDE INSURANCE WEIS. c. M. T 3I0 Brussells S+. PLUMBING, HEATING, HARDWARE WEISNER. GEORGE E.. 8: SONS 255 George S'I'. MEAT AND GROCERIES 'THOMSON 81 MONTGOMERY WESTERN AUTO ASS'N STORE Theresia S+. I4 N. Michael S+. TRANSIT MIXED CONCRETE AUTO PARTS, SPORTING GOODS MR. EDWIN GROTZINGER Our Phofographer 15 I 0 115 I 5 111520 1111525 11111550 1111115 I 00 Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Alfonso, Edward E. Allegre'H'o, Ron lMonkl Alfar Sociely Alumni, C.H.S. Andrew Kaul Memorial Hospifal Anonymous AH'y, Bob Auman, Mar'I'ha Auman, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose BarreH', William Bauer, John Bruce Bauer, John "Burr" Bauer's, The "LeH'y" Bauer, Mary Grace Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bauer, Susan and Sally Benninger, Jack Bill's Gun Shop Bleggi, Francis Blessed Virgin Sodalily Bologna, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bologna, Theresa Braun, Agnes Breindel Blaine Breindel, George Breindel Jerry Breindel, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Breindel Raymond Breindel Roberl' "Burch" Brennen, Fred Brennen, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Brennen, FRIENDLY PATRONS 1 Q A . B+ Class of l9l0 N A Class of l956 X Class o'F I957 Clonan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Co'H'er, Pa'H'y Crowe, Edward J. C.Y.M.A. and Boos'l'ers D Daly, Mrs. Margarel' Davis, John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeLullo, Yvonne Deisch, Sandy Delsch, Mary Dinsmore, Sandra Dinsmore, Mrs. Frank Dippold, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Dippold, Mr. Thomas Dippold, Parricia Disller, Jane B. Dis'l'ler, Mary Dis+ler, Mr. and Mrs. Ofhmar Donahue.. Margie Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. Edward G Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Donahue, Wayne E. Donald, O.S.B., Rev. Falher Dornan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dornish, S'I'ella Drama'I'ics Club of Cen'l'ral E Brennen, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brennen, PaH'y Brock, John "Tubby" Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burden, Wray Bu+z, Mar'I'ha C Cancilla, Georgia Cancilla, Leona and Francis Cancilla, Roger Carlson, Kennelh Carr, Harold Eugene Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eugene Casimir, O.S.B., Rev. Falher C.D. of A. C.H.S. Crusaders C.H.S. Cheerleaders Cheaile, Gerard Cheaile, Mr. Frank Chealle, Virginia Chicola, Marcia Clark, Ka'I'hy Eckerl, Mrs. Allie Ecker'I', Mr. and Mrs. George Eckerf, Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. James O.S.B., Rev. Farher Ehrensberger, Mary Eichmiller, Dororhy Eichmiller, Mary Elsfon, Laura Engel, James Engel, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Engel, Thomas Erich, Alberl' F. Erich, JoAnn Erich, Ka+hleen Ann Mr. and Mrs. William Erich, Erich, Thomas Erich, William H Ershek, John A. Evans, Ellen lr : 1 ' F ,, w J -T Fannin, Ceil Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Feldbauer, Elizabe'l'h Feldbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Feldbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Vincenf Fernan, Marge Fledderman, Jean Fleming, Carole Fleming, Chuck Fleming, Donald Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. George Foclge, Jim Ford, Marion "Sonny" Foofe, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Frey Beffe A. Frey R.N., Frances A. Frey Judy Frey, Jeanne M. Frey Kafhleen Frey, Marfha A. Frey Marry Jo Frey, Mary Ann Frey, Mr. and Mrs. Alberl' Frey, Rifa Friedl, Richard Frifz, Annie Frifz Margarel' Frifz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry U. Fri-iz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frifz, R.N., Miss Ida Frifz, Mr. and Mrs. James Frirz, Mr. Joseph Frifz, Nancy Frifz, Nicholas Frifz, Sue G Gabor, Ray Gahr, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gahr, Mr. and Mrs. D. LeRoy Garner, Pauline Geer, Cy E. V Geifner, Miss Edna Geifner, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geifner, Mrs. Ray Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Vincenl' E. Gerg, Carl J. Gerg, Edward M. Gerg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Geyer, Tommy Ginfher, Tony Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goefz, Dick Goefz, Mrs. Henry Gosser, Henry J. Gosser, Jo Grasser, Mary Gregory, O.S.B., Rev. Fafher Grieggs, Joani Grieggs, Mary Groll, Joseph Grosser, ZoeAnn Grunfhaner, Pa'H'y Gua'l'coche's', Joe Gufowski, John Gufowski, Mr. and Mrs. John A 2 l Hacherl, H Mr. and Mrs. Herberl' Haller, F. J. Haller, Mrs. Veronica Haller, Rudy Haller, William Halloren, Joseph P. Hammer, Marilyn Hammer, Marfin Jr. Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. Mar'l'in J. Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hanes, Mrs. HenrieH'a Hanes, John K. Hanes, Paula A. Harlan, Elmer Hassel an Arlene m I Hasselman, Michael Hasselman, Mrs. George Hasseneffer, Bernard E. Hasseneffer, Irene Hasseneffer, Mary and Jerome Hauber, Mr. and Mrs. Walfer A. Heary, Edward Jr. Heary, Jerome N. Herbsf, Jeani Herbsf, Lindy Herbsf, Mr. and Mrs. William Herzing, Charles Herzing, Clara Herzing, Kennefh Herzing, Louis Herzing, Marion Herzing, Mary Ann Herzing, Mr. and Mrs. Augusf Herzing, Mr. and Mrs. Pefer Hillebrand, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hillebrand, Mr. and Mrs. William Hnafh, Rifa Hoehn, Elaine Hoehn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoehn, Sarah Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman , Jerry and ,Helen , Rifa and Esfher , Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoffman, Mr. Paul R. Hoffman, Veronica Hoffman, William Holy Name Sociefy Horclerod, Cafherine Huefner, Benedicl' J Jacob, Frank James, O.S.B., Rev. Fafher J.V. Cheerleaders J.V.'s Keller, Joanna Keller, Mrs. John K 15 9 f-E-'9 I . . ' X f " QQ! X ' f hui -. F-'F Q - K ,f .14 'Z ,LZ , rs Y Kennard, Breni' Kennard, Mrs. Alfhea Knaih, Riia Klaiber, Mrs. Thomas Jr. Klein, Carol Klein, Mr. Richard Kneidel, Mrs. Chas. Kneidel, Tom Kofler, Margaref Kofler, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kolby, Mary Lou Kraus, Mr. Norman Jr. Kraus, Mrs. George Krellner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krellner, Ani+a and Ben Krellner, Sandra Krellner, William and Paul Krieg, "Pe+e" Kromko, Mr. and Mrs. John KronenweHer, Mr. and Mrs. John L Largey, Myrna Laughlin, Lloyd Lawrence, Mrs. Margare+ Leasgang, Chuck Lecker, AnnaMae Lecker, Andrew J. Lecker, Janice Lecker, Miss Doroihy Lecker, Lecker, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Norberi' Lee, James R. Lenze, Kafhryn Lenze, Sonny LeVan, Ralph L. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. T. E., Jr. Lyons, Larry M Mallison, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McAllis+er, Glo McAllis1'er, Helene E. Mecca, Ger+rude and Frank Meier, Mar+ha M. Mer+z, CaH'y and Tony Meyer, Jake Meyer Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Meyer, Paula Mohr, Mrs. Joseph J. Moun'l', Debra Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. N Nedzinski, Gary Nekuza, Joyce Nelson, Skip Neuberi, Maureen Neuman, Alfred E. Newell, Georgia Nissel, Mr. Lee 'aa l'll.l Na 1, i '3 T fig 9 Nolan, Kevin Novosaf, Bill Nussbaum, Be'Hy Nussbaum, Dorofhy O Olson, Arfy Opel, Mr. and Mrs. Fenwick P Paul, O.S.B., Rev. Fafher Pfeufer, Ann Pfeufer Mary Lee Pfeufer, Mr. and Mrs. Anfhony Pfeufer Peggy Pfingsfler, Bob Pfings+ler, Dale Pfingsfler, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pisiner, Pis+ner, Helen Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Polinick, Mike Ponfzer, Joseph Pon+zer, Mr. and Mrs. Price, Joseph E. Q Qua'I'roche's, The Joe Quairoche, Mrs. Alberi' Queen of +he World Parish Remick, R Karl and Dana Renwick, Kaihleen Renwick, William F. ReH'ger, Eileen Reuscher, Alicia Reuscher, Ca'I'herine n Reuscher, Con gg I, Reuscher, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. MC "' Reuscher, Tim SWS Reuscher, Tom K- R x J' M. pl Mr. and Mrs. Jake 'Y AV Rhines, Bob and Helen Riddle, Doro'I'hy Riddle, im Rigard, Mary Jo Rinella, Diane Rinella, Rinella, Mrs. Belzora Ri++er, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Roberfson, Georgia Roberfson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberfson, Mrs. Rose Rooker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rupprechf, Herman Rupprech+, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rupprech+, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' Rupprech+, Rose Ryden, Doro+hy Ryden, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and "Mike Sain, Mr. and Mrs. John S Sainf Anne Sociefy Sainf Marys Corrugafed Box Co. Sainf Marys Parochial School Sainf Marys Sodalify Salfer, Anna Salfer, Joan Salfer, Lea Salfer, Mary Jo Samick, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sr. Samiclc, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Samiclc, Theresia Sarginger, Mr.. Francis Schaberl, Pafricia Schade, Mary Schade, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schaefer, Bruce Schaefer, Lynnwood Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Schaefer, Mrs. Joseph Schafz, Eleanora Schafz, Hilary Sr. Schafz, Maureen Schauf, Fred Schauf, Margaref Schauf, Pefe Schill, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schlimm, Mrs. Cafherine Schloder, Cecilia Schloder, Dorofhy Schloder, Herberf L. Schloder, Jo Ann Schloder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schloder, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schneider, Alice Schneider, Joan Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. George Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Roberf and Schreiber, Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schufz, Francis Schu-iz, Miss Marie Schufz, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schuh, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sr. Scolari, Mrs. Pefe Seelye, Irene Seelye, Marion Seelye, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seelye, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Selle, Glenn Selle, Mrs. Magdalen Siecker, Mrs. John Siecker, Ronaleen Skolc, Barbara Smifh, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smifh, Judy Smifh, Rock Snyder, Bob Snyder, Ray Sorg, Karen Sorg, Suzie Sorg, Vivian Spangler, Mr. and Mrs. Roberf J. Sponsler, S.S., Rev. J. F. Sporner, "Squeak Mary Lou Sfauffer, Mrs. Hilary Sfauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sfauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sfeady Eddie Sfebick, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sfebiclc, Nadine Sfeele, Joan Sfeele, Karl A. Sfeis, Mr. Gene Sfraub, Leah Sfraub, Mary Bea Supon, Mrs. Franlc Jr. Suffon, Eddie T Terry, Mrs. E. J. Thaddeus, O.S.B., Rev. Fafher Bo :fx Thiry, Tom iTharxl Tierney, Hilda A. Timofhy, O.S.B., Rev. Fafher Tuclcer, Marfha V Vifello, Ray Vollmer, Judy Vollmer, Rifa Mae W Walkers, The Walfers, Marfin Wallworlc, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weber, Mari' Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Lulce Wegemer, Jack Wehler, Rufh Weidenboerner, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weisner, Cafherine Weisenr, Paffy Wendel, Jim, Judy, Alan Wiffman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wickeff, Mrs. Richard Wiclceff, Richard Williams, Julie Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jr. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sr. Wissinger, Mr. and Mrs. George Wiffman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wolfe, Carole Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wolfel, Thomas Zaleski, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin 6 Zamboldi, Bob Zamboldi, Mr. and Mrs. Rex f Zhukov, Georgi Z f As MR. CARBON says, "FareweIl," we falre This oppobfuniiy in exfend our fhanis fo all who hw! helped 'lo make ihis N58 Memo pmxibln. ' Our hoafl-fel? Hunks, -lhorq. fo: Our helpful advisors. Jour paiieni' phulugrapher. our cow operafivehfacuky and sludenh. our generous paimm. had all nur good friends who have confribuifd in one way or anoihm- io Hue publicaiiqn of fhis edifian. - THE sTAFF "5farcWclLl"' Acknowkdgcmcut in 'x 3 I , " 2 1 .Q 1 ... ... 1 i J! i f 3 i D 1 a i 4- - 49 1: , l i I: i ... v i 0 .... i 1 .. Q V ... .. .- - A Z 3' u. X , sv Cashman. Susan .. . 55 Picture' Jude! to Casimir. Rey. Father . Cassidy. Sandra Cashman. Maurice Activity .. . 77 Administration ,,,, 11. 12, 13. 14. 15, 16. 17. 13. 19. 20, 21. 22 Agnes. O. S. B.. Sister M. 16. 21, 63, 94. 98 Archabhott. Denis Strittmatter. O. S. B. 12 Anderson. Thomas . .. .. 52 Anita. O. S. B.. Sister M. 16. 41. 45. 72. S0 Arnold. Diane .. . ., , 52. 110 Athletics 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110 Chalot. Leonard Cheatle. Catherine Cheatle. Ella , . Cheatle. Mary Cheerleaders Chemistry Chicola. Marcia . Choirs Clark. Kathryn . Clark. Terrence Class Officers . Clonan. Colleen . Auman. Karen . . . 55 Bailey. Jane , -19. 76 Bailey. Joan .. 55. 91. 95 Baseball . .. . . 100 Bauer. Constance 47. 76 Bauer, Dennis . . . 55 Bauer, Gloria . .15 Bauer. John . . 44. 45. 100. 103 Bauer. John E. . 55 60 Bauer. Mary . . . .. 50. 76, 93 Bauer. Nancy . .. .. . 55. 60. 95 Bauer. Bauer.. Susan . . Peter .. . . ' 73. 102. 103 46. 47. .. 51. 76 Commercial . Contents . . Cook. Michael . Copello, Karen Cotter. Patricia .. Cover. Charlotte Crusaders . . C. S. M. C. Cuneo. Shirley ,. Cunningham. Charles Daley. Michele . , D'Amore. Theresa Davis. Ann 26. 82 Dedication .. . . DeGroat. Judith .. . DeI.11l1o. XX'illiam . Detsch. Sandra ...... Bauerf Mr. Willizlni G. .. ...... . ,. 14 Baumer. Diane' . 52 Baumer. Jeanette 53. 76. 104. 107 Baumer. Patricia , . 55 Bayer. Charles .. H .17 69 Beck. Margaret .. . 55, 69. 95 Beck. Mary .. W 55, 61 Beimel. Shirley .. 25. 92 Benedict. O. S. B.. Sister M. 16. 81 Benninger. Dennis . . 45 Benningcr. Winfreci .. .. ,. . 46. 52 Bernadette, O. S. B.. Sister M. .. 16, 72 Bille. Dale .......... . .. .. . . 55, 60 Biology .. .. . , 67 Bobenrieth. Flora f .. 59 Bobenrieth. Susan . H 50. 63 Bologna. Mary . '25, 83. 84. 88 Bologna. Theresa . .. . 51, 95 Breindel. Carol .. . . 25. 41. 65. 92 Breindel, George .. . , 55 Brennan, Darlene . . . . , 55. 95 Brennan, Marie ...,. .. .. 55 .60 Brennan. Ronald ..... ..... 4 7 73 Brennen. Gerald ...... .... 5 3, 104 Brennen. Joan . . H ..., 25 Brennen. Roger ,...... .,.,.,,.. 4 9 Brock. James ., ,...,.. .,,.., . 50. 52 Brown. Shirley . ..,,,,...,, ,.... . 47. 76 Brunner, Jerome .... 25. 41. 42, 61. 66, 74. 85. 97 Brunner, Mary ....... .............. ....... 5 5 . 76 Brunner, Mr. Peter ............. . 16, 21, 49 69 Bucheit, Frederick . .. 55, 60 Burfield, David .............. . .. 55, 60. 104 Bush. Carolyn ...................... . . ........ 52 Butz, John ..,. 26. 41. 42, 66. 88. 89. 90. 96, 97. 102 Calendar ...... ..................................... 7 8, 79 Cancilla. Georgia .... 26. 45. 65. 92, 108. 109 124 DeWt1ld. Jane ., Diehl. Joanne ., Dinsmore. Gertrude Dippold. Carol .. . Dippold. Jeanne . .. Doppold. Joyce ...... Distler. Jane Donachy. Kenneth Donahey. Patricia ...... Donahue. Ann ....... Donahue, Michael .. .. Donald. O. S. B.. Rev. Father Dramatics ....... .. Echert. Faith . Echert. Howard ., Echert, Paul ..,... . .. Echert. Wfayne Edgar. O. S. B.. Rev, Father .. .. 17 Ehrensherger. Mary Eichmiller. Dorothy , Engel, James ....... . Elston, Laura Engel. Joan ....... Engel. Thomas .. Engelberg, Gerda .. Engelberg, Siegfried .. English ....... ...,......,.. Enthronement ...... Erich. Donna .... .. . 22 47 . 55. 60 46 .. . ..... 55. 60 26. 45. 65. 97 an . 45 21. 53. 63 ... 103. 104 69 . . .... 46 . . 95 47. 50, 91. 95. 105 55 H 24. 38.-lL 54 49. 93 72 6 ... . 55.60 . 51. 65 . 52. 76. 110 . 55 .. 101. 103. 104 .. 94 .. 76 51 . .. .. 55. 93 . H . 46 . 88. 94. 98. 107 108. 109 ... 8. 9. 10 .f. 55 .U.. 48. 52. 104 .2H..2.. 53. 76 2. 47. 76, 91. 93 . .... 45. 76. 93 .. .. . .. 46 ..H. 47 . 55.76 , 49. 105 . 45. 60 . 53 HHH. 55. 60 .. 26, 45 1.2 .... 48.49.76 15 17 87.88.101 . 89. 90 91 .. .... 50 . .... 55. 60. 69 . .. . . 50 ... . . . 50 22 . ............. ... .... , 47 45.76.85 93 .H 54.55.76 UU., ..2 46 WH. 27. 92. 105 . 52. 104 .... 55. 107 .. .. 53 H . 62 .. 88 .2 52 Erich. Kathleen . 27. 42. 80. 82. 88. 89, 90. 92, 93. 94. 97 Erick. JoAnn 48. 55. 76. 9,1 Erich. Phyllis . .. , .19 Erich. XX'illiam . .17 Evangelist, O, S, B.. Sister M. 17. 52. 94 Faculty . 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21 Farrell, Mary Lee .... 27. 92 Farrell. Paul . Feldbauer Alice . Feldhauer. Elizaheth Feldbauer Georgia . Feldhauer. Judith , Feldhauer Mary Ann Feldhauer, Nancy Feldhauer Paul . . . Fernan, Marjorie Ferdinand, O. S. B., Rev. Fischer. Jude Ann Fischer. Diane . Fleming. Georgia Fleming. Carole . Fodge. Robert, .. Forensic . . Ford. Ethel Ann . . 55 . H. . 17 . 50. 76 . 55, 60 . 55. 60. 110 .. 45 51. 76 .. 55. 60, 93 Father .. .. 22 . 53. 60. 76 . . 55. 60 ... 27 .. 56 56 . ..95 56. 93. 110 Foreword . . . 7 Forster. Ellen . .. . , 49. 76 Frey. Louise .. 50. 76. 93. 105 Frey. Janet ....... ...,. . 46. 110 Frey. Judith . .... ,...... . . 47 Frey. Nancy .......... .... ...... 2 7 , 88 Frey. Rita ............ 28. 62, 105. 108, 109 Friedl. Ethel ....... . . 56. 93 Fritz. Ann ........ ..... 4 5, 86, 87, 103, 105 Fritz. Carol ..... ......,. 51, 76 Fritz. Donald .. . .. 28. 66. 84. 97 Fritz. Miss Ida .. ................ 17 Fritz. Michael ...... ..,.... 46. 50 Gabler. Carol ....... ...... 52. 110 Gabler, Frederick .,,,.,... ........,.,,...,... . 56 Gabler. James ...... . .... ........ 4 7. 80. 100 Gabler Judith .... 21, 53. 63. 72, 76. 93. 105 Garhic. Peter ......,... ,. .. ................ 50, 91 Garner. Pauline .... 46, 76, 85, 91. 93. 107 Gausman. Mary ....... . ..,............. 56. 76 Geci. JoAnn ........... ,.,.,........... ............. Zi 9 Geitner. Alan .. .. . .... 49, 56. 69 Genevieve, O. S. B.. Sister M. .... 17, 21 Geniotto. Brenda .. ., .. .. 50, 72 Geraldine. O. S. B.. Sister M. .... 17. 53. 60. 68 Gerber. Gerald ......... ............ 51. 105 G6I'bC1'. Rita ............ . ....... 56. 91. 110 Gerber. Sharlene ...,,.. ..... ....... ...,.... 5 1 Gerg. Paul ............ .......,........... ..... 5 2 Gerg. Margaret .. German . .......... . Geyer. Marilyn ...... .... Ginther. Anthony .......... Ginther. Rosemary .... 28 Ginther. Thomas .......... Glass, Helen ' ....... Gleixner. Wfillis ..,. 28, 97, ios. 109 47. 64. 84 .42. 81, 83. 88, 94 56, 58 52, 110 45 Hncnltn Stnttents, Organizations Goetz, JoAnn , ,,,,,, ,,,..., 2 1, 53, 76, Goetz. Kathleen ,,,, ,,,,,,, , 56, Goetz, Mary K. ..,, ..,,,, 4 5, 94, Goetz. Thomas ,,,, 50, 103, Goetz, Richard ,,,, 46. 52. Goodreau, Martha ,,,,,,k,.,. Gorman. Karen ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 1, 50 Gorman, Patrick ,,,,,,,,,, --AAY 4 7, Grasser, Germaine ,,,,,,, Greenthaner, Patricia . Greenthaner, Veronica Gregory, Irene i,,,,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,, 56, Gregory, Kenneth . .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , 2 Gregory, O. S. B., Rev. Father Grieggs, Joan ,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,., , 56, Grieggs, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 4 7, Grosser, Zoe Ann ,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, 23, 56, Grotzinger, Gertrude ,,,, 56, 71, 76, Grunthaner, Roger ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 6, Gump, Constance ,,,,,,,.,A,,,,,,,,A,,YYYV,, ,,,,,,,, Gutowski. John ,... 29. 46, 61, 66, 68, 82. 84, ss, 96, 97 Haberberger. Audrey A,,,,,,,,,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,VVVVVV Haberberger, Carol ..,. 56, 64, 73. 83, Haberberger. George ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 7, I-Iacherl, David ,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,.,,,,, Hacherl, Kathleen , ,,,,, ,,,VVVVV,V,VV,, , Hagan. Grant ,..,,,,o,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,VVVVVVVVV,,,, Haines, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,VVVV,, 49, 93, Haller, Veronica .... 29, 42, 88, 103, Halloran, John r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,V77 45, 75, Halloran, Joseph .,r. 46, 64, 73, 76, 85, 94, Halloran, Paula ,,,, 29, 42, 89, 90, 92, 103 105 110 105 106 89 49 .76 76 28 46 76 76 45 13 110 62 91 91, 110 73 51 81. 100 52 91, 110 73 51 53 52 107 108 100 88, 103 98. Hammer, Alice ,,,. 29, 41, 42, 65, 89. 92, 96 Hammer. Alvin ..,.,,,, 29, 42, 66, 86, 96 Hammer, Martin ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 73, 103 Hanes. James ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6 Hanes, Thomas ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 0, 62, 66, 68 Hannibal, Alan ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54, 56 Hannibal, Catherine ,,,,,.,, 56, 76, 95, 110 Hannibal, David ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 67 Hannibal, Margaret Mary ....r,,, 45, 76, 93 Hasselman, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56 Hasselman, LeRoy .... 30, 41, 42, 46, 61, 66, 83, 88, 96. 98. 100, 101, 102, 103. 105, 106 Hauber, Emily ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Hauber. Harry ..,,, ,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6 Heary, Francis ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 0, 61, 66, 75 Heary, George .,,,. ,,,. 4 6, 73, 75, 100 Heary, James .,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 104 Heary, Richard ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, 66 Heindl Carol ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Heindl, Jean ..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Heindl Susan ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 65, 72 Herbst, John ,,,,.. ,2,,,, 4 4, 47, 39, 90 Herbst, Lindy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 71 Herbstritt, Carol ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 9 Herzing, Francis ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 9, 67 Herzing, Mary Ann ,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 6, 89 Higgins, Samuel ......,.r ,,,,, 5 0 Hnath, John ,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,...... 45 Hnath, Rita oo.. 56, 64, 71, 76, 91, 95, 110 Hoehn, Doris ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 81. 89, 90, 93 Hoffman, Jean ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 56, 107, 110 Hoffman, Louis ,,,,,, ,.....,,,, ,,,,,..,........ 5 6 Hoffman, Richard ,,,,, ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... . . 46 Hoffman, Veronica ,,,,,,, . ..., 31. 82, 94, 98 Homemaking ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 70, 71 Honor Roll ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,......,.,,,,, 7 6 Horvatin. Barbara ,,,,,,,, 56, 76, 93. 110 Ides ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ....,,,,.......,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,.,.... 8 0 Imelda, O. S. B., Sister M. .... 18, 47, 73 Jacob, Andrew ........................ 51, 80, 90 Jacob. James ........... ................. 52, 80 Jacob, Nedward ............. Joachim. O. S. B., Rev. Father .. 22 Junior Prom .,.............................. 82. 83 1 V35 ....................... ...,........,,,., ..104 Keenan, Elizabeth ..... 47, 62, 93, 94 Keenan, Joan ........ ..... 50, 91. 93. 94 Kennard. Judith ,................ . 31, 45 Kerner, John ........... ................ 5 6. 64, 91 Kerner, Judith Miss .... 18, 57, 107, 108 Kim, Joseph ......... .... 4 7, 64, 80, 89 Klaiber, Patricia ...................................... 57 Klaiber, Klein, Carol ..... Thomas ........... 56 , 73, 91, 93, 105 Klein, Maureen ........................................ 52 Kneidel. Irene ..... .... 5 6, 76, 107, 110 Kneidel, Michael .................................... 56 Kneidel, Thomas .... 31, 42, 61, 66, 68, 74, 76, 88, 90, 97 Knight, Diane ...,. .................. 5 7 Knouse, Linda ..,.. ............ 4 6 Kraus, Gary ......... .................. 4 5 Kraus. James ................ .... 3 1, 61, 66 Kreckel. Barbara .................... 53, 90, 93 Krellner, Mr. Benjamin ...... ...... ..... 1 4 Krellner, Evelyn ..,,....,.....,,.,......,.,.,....... 49 Krellner, Robert ..... 1 ................,........ 5 ........ 56 Kromko, John .... 31, 42, 66, 68, 88, 89, 90 Kronenwetter. David .............................. 47 Kronenwetter, Rachel ........ ..... 5 7, 76, 93 Kronenwetter, Richard ...............,.... 49, 103 Kronenwetter. Ronald ,............... 50, 104 Kronenwetter, Sara .... 57, 76, 91, 93, 105 Kronenwetter, Susan ............ 32, 47, 88 Krug, Thomas ............ 45, 80, 85, 88, 94 Kuppleweiser, Joyce .,,......,.................,.. 50 Largey, Myrna .... ...... 4 5, 64, 76 Latin ....................... ................... 6 4 Lawrence, David ............ ......... 3 2, 53, 66 Lechner, Daniel .................................,.... 46 Lechner, Mary ........ 57, 73, 93, 95. 110 Lecker, Ann .,...... 46, 76, 80, 85, 91, 93 Lecker, Dennis A. .................................... 51 Lecker, Dennis J. ..,.....,.......... ................ 5 6 Lecker, Doris ....... ......................... 5 7, 71 Lecker, Jane ....... ....... 3 2, 76, 81, 92, 98 Lecker, Janice ...... ............................. 5 1 Lecker, Kenneth ...... ................... 5 6 Lecker, Margaret ..... ..,... 3 2, 61, 76 Lecker, Michael ,,..... Lecker, Monica ........1....................... 47, 62 Leithner, Janet .... 32, 42, 46, 61, 62, 68, 74, so, S9 Lenze, Judith ..... ....... 4 5, 89 Lenze, Kathryn ........ .11 52,110 Library .....,...,....... ..... . .. 63 Lodes, James ........... ............. 5 7 Loeffler, Kathryn ...... ..... 5 7, 58 Loeffler, Mary Ellen ......... .................... 5 7 Loeffler, Patricia ................................ 46, 85 Louise, O. S. B., Sister M. ..,. 16, 18, 56, 61 Lupton, Mr. Robert 18, 21, 74, 100, 102, 104 Lynch, Edward .... 54, 57, 61, 76, 91, 104 Malburg, Katherine ............................ 47, 62 Mallison, Mr. Richard ............ 18, 21, 75 Martha. O. S. B., Sister M. ........ 19, 60, 64 Mathematics ....................... ....... 7 3, 74 May Crowning ....... ......... 8 6, 87 McAllister, Gloria ..... ..... 2 1, 53, 63 McAllister. James .... ............ 5 7 McQuone, Richard ........ ....... 5 7, 61 Mechanical Drawing ...... ......... 7 4 Memo ............................ ....a........ 8 1 Mertz, Elizabeth ......... ....... 5 7, 58 Meyer, Carol ....................... T ............. 49 Meyer, Doreen ..................... L .................. 45 Meyer. James .... 24, 33, 42, 62, 68, 74, 83, 84,88,96,101,103,106 Meyer. Joanne ........................ 57, 76, 91 Meyer, Joseph ,............................... 57, 64 Meyer, Paula ................ 50 ,67, 76, 91, 93 Miles, Rose Mary .............................,...... 52 Miller, Rita ............ ..............1........... 4 6 fMiller, Ruth ........... .... 4 7, 80, 93 Miller Theodore ...... ............... 5 6, 57 Miller, Thomas E. ............ 18, 46, 75, 96 Miller Thomas W. ...............................a 50 Mohr, David .... 33, 41, 42, 76, 81, 88, 97 Mohr, Edith .... 57, 64, 66, 73, 76, 105, 1 107,110 Moriarity, Diane ........... ..........1... 4 5, 105 Moriarity, Joseph ....................L... 51, 52, 73 Mulcahy, Mrs. William .... 19, 21, 58, 73, 107, 108, 110 Nero, George ........ ..........,......1. 4 7 Neubert, Maureen ..... ...... 4 6 Nicklas, David .......... 52 Nurse .............................. Nussbaum, Dorothy . ..... 17 53 Nussbaum, Elizabeth ........ ....... 4 9, 72 O'Donnell, Michael ...... .......,............... 5 7 O'Hern, Jerilynn ....... ..... 4 7, 62, 84, 93 Olson, Warren ....... nun. 50, 76, 104 Parson, Richard .............. ........ 5 7, 69 Parson, Robert ...........,.......1 .......... 5 1 Paul, O. S. B., Rev. Father ............ 19, 22 Pauline, O. S. B., Sister M. ........ 16, 19, 51 Petcavage, Mr. Albert ............ 19, 74, 75 Peters, James ................. ......a....... 5 7 Pfaff, David ........ ..1....... 5 2 Pfaff, Geraldine ...... .......... 5 6, 57 Pfeufer, Joyce ..... ....... 4 5, 105 I25 Pfeufer, Margaret 33, 41, 45, 57, 82, Schaut, Jerome ...,.....,.,....,,,,.,..,,...,.. 58, Schaut, John .... 19, 36, 74, 81, 88, 96, 69 98 Schaut, Susan ................ 36, 62, 81, 92, 96 Schaut, William .,,,...,.........,,,...,...,,,,A 45, 96 Schieler, Phylis ....,. ................... 5 0, 105 Schill, Janet ,,.....,,.....,.,,..,.................,,,,., 36 Schlimm, Constance .,.. 58, 51, 86, 87, 104 Schlimm, Mary Beth .... 47, 93, 104, 105, 107 Sutka, Valerie ,,,,,,, ,-,,,,,,,, 5 2 Sutton, Edward ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 7, 76 Tasillo, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Teresita, O. S. B., Sister M. ,.,, 20, 50, 69 Terry, Rosalyn ,,,,,,,.,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51, 53, 105 T112Clf16LIS, O. S. B., Rev. Father ,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Thompson, Bona Jean ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 49 Timothy, O. S. B., Rev. Father .,....,. 13, 61 Uhernick, Beverly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 47, 76, '105 sa, ss, 89, 92, 108 Pfingstler, Nancy ,...,..,,,...,,,.....,Y,,.., 57, 95 Pfingstler, Robert .,,,... ....... 5 3, 104 Physical Education ,,,.. .,.,,, 6 5, 66 Physics ,.,..,,,,.,..,.,,,.. ........ 6 8 Piccolo, Joseph ...... .,,,,,....,, 5 7 Pistner, David ....... .... 4 5, 52 Pistner, Harold .... ..... 4 9 Pistner, Helen ..,..1. ..,,,,.,. 4 6 Pistner, Margaret ........ ,...... 2 1, 50 Pistner, Robert .,,,.,. ,,,,,, 5 7 Pistner, Walter .,,,,,,,,. ,,,,.,.,,. 5 0 Pollick, Mary Ann ...,........,............... ,33, 64 Pollick, Michael ...,..........,,...,........ 51, 104 Pontzer, Joseph ,.,, 33, 41, 42, 61, 66, 74, 83, 88, 97 Prechtl, Elaine .,.,....,....,A,..,,......,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 51 Prechtl, Gerald .,,........,,...,,,....,,...,,.,.,,,,.., 57 Prechtl, Jean ....,..,.... 57, 64, 71, 76, 110 Prechtl, Patricia ., ,,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,..,..... 47, 84 Price, Thomas ........ ....,,, 3 4, 100 Prudich, Nancy ..,.... ,...,.,...,,, 4 5 Reider, Carl ,..,,., ..,......,,., 4 7 Religion ,,,,..,.,l,. ........,.,,,,,,, 6 0 Resch, Robert ................ .,.... 5 7, 76, 91 Rettger, Eileen ,......,.....,... ,l.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 6 Reuscher, Mr. Benedict .,,,,l..,,...,........,. 14 Reuscher, Conrad ...,,...,...,... 34, 64, 81, 98 Reuscher, Thomas ...,. .....,,...,,,... 4 6, 69 Reuscher, Timothy ,....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 5 2 Rigard, Mary ...,,,....... ...... 5 7, 71 Rigard, Mary Jo ,,.,,, ..... 5 7, 69 Rinella, Diane .....,, ......,........... 4 7, 103 Rippy, Dennis ...............,..,.,..,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Rippy, Judith ..,... .....,. 5 4, 42, 65, 82, 92 Ritter, Andrew ...... ...................,... 5 7, 76 Robacker, Francis ,....,,...,.,..,.,.,.,..,,,,.,,,.,., 53 Roberts, Robert l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,. , .........,....,, 5 7 Robertson, Paul .,.. 18, 24, 34, 41, 61, 68, 74, 81, 82, 83, 66, 85, 88, 90, 96, 97 Schloder, Elizabeth .,,. 58, 76, 93, 105, 107, 110 Schloder, JoAnn .... 37, 72, 76, 81, 92, 97, 108 Schloder, Thomas .............,,,.,,,,,...,.. 46, 73 Schneider, Dennis .,...,.,............................ 58 Schneider, Doris ,.,. 37, 41, 42, 45, 76, 81, ss, 92, 96, 98, 105, 108 Schneider, Ronald ,,.........,,.....,,..,,,,,. 57, 58 School .............,.........................,..,. 2, 3, 4 Schreiber, Donald .... 37, 41, 53, 61, 66. Schreiber, John ..,.. Schutz, Bernard ..,,,c 68, 97 47 37, 66, 88, 100 Schutz, Richard ,,,,,,,,,.., ,.......,.,,,,,,.....,.., 5 8 Schwentner, William ...,.,. .............,........ 4 5 Scolari, Rose Ann ,,....,.., .,,,,,,,,.. 3 7, 65 Scott, Mrs. Margaret ...,.... ....,,.,. 2 0, 21, 46 Scull, Mary Lynn ,,,,... ....,,..,,,,...... 5 2, 76 Selle, Dolores ...........,....,... 38, 45, 62, S8 Seminerio, JoAnn ........ ........,.....,.......... 4 7 Shadd, David ....,...... .........,......,.... 4 6 Shaffer, James ,.,,,,,,. .,,- 4 7 Sherry, Mary Lou ........ ..... 5 8 Shields. James ..,...... .... 5 3 Shop .........,.....,..,i. ,................. 7 5 Shope, Theresa ..,.. ...................... 4 6 Simbeck, Ellen .... ...... 5 3, 91, 93 Skok, John .....,.,..,.,.... . ..i.,.. 45, 103 Snyder, Raymond ..,,, .......... 5 S Snyder, Richard ....... ..--- 3 3, 66 Snyder, Robert ..... ......,, 4 9 Social Studies ....... ----- 6 1 Sorg, Dennis ......,.,.............,..........i..,,..,. 58 Sorg, James ......,,.,...............,..........,... 58, 76 Sorg, Karen ,,.. 54, 58, 76, 91, 93, 95, 105 Sorg, Stephen ,,,. 38, 41, 61, 82, 83, 88, 97, 100, 101, 103, 105 Sorg, Suzanne ,,.. 44, 47, 76, 80, 84, 86, 87, 93, 94, 96, 103 Sorg, William ...............,.......,.............- 50 Spence, Gretchen ..., 44, 45, 90, 93, 94, 107 Uhl, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,V,,,,V,V 58 Uljon, Gabriel .,.. 18, 39, 61, 66, 81, 82, 88, 89, 90, 97 Urbancic, Susan ..,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 91, 110 Valentine, Jude ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 Valentine, Mary D. .... 50, 76, 93, 104, 107 Valentine, Mary Jo ,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 91 VanSlander, Judith ,,,.,,,....,,,,,,,.,,,,, 45, 105 VanSlander, William ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 73 Vitello, Raymond Volleyball ....,,.,,,,, 45, 80 107, 108, 109, 110 Vollmer, Alvin ..,.,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Vollmer. Carl ,,,,. ,,.,, 5 0 Vollmer, Donald ,,,,,.. ,,,,,, 5 3 Vollmer, Joseph , ,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Vollmer Judith E. .,.... 51, 76 Vollmer, Kathleen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Vollmer, Marilyn ,...........,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. 52 Vollmer Patricia 39, 42, 74, 80, 89, 92, 97, 108 Vollmer, Rita Mae .,,,,.....,....,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 95 Walker, Judith ..,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Weber, Martha ,.., 24, 59, 42, si, ss, 92, Wegemer, Jude ,..... 94, 96, 103, 108 Wegemer, Karl .,.... .....,, 5 9, 42, 61, 97 Wehler, Ruth ,,,.. ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,, 5 3, 94 Weichman, Ann ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,- 4 6, 105 Weichman, David ,,.,,.,,, ,,,,, 5 3, 76 Weichman, James ,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,-..,--,-,,----- 5 2 Weidenboerner, Bernard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 60 Weidenboerner, Hope ........ 49, 76, 104 Weidow, Carol ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,,----,-,, 4 7 Weidow, James ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, ,,--- 4 9 Weisner, James .........,,. 40, 53, 61, 66, ss Weisner, Patricia ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 70, 91 Welz, James ,...,...........,,.,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 0, 104 Werner, Anne ........ 58, 76, 91, 93, 107 Werner, William .......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 100, 103 Rogan, Lawrence ......,........,,.,....,..,,........ 57 Rose, O. S. B., Sister M. .... 20, 64, 70, 86 Rupprecht, Clarence ................ . ..... 49, 104 Rupprecht, RoseAnn ......,. .....,,. 4 5, 76, 90 Rupprecht, Thomas ...... .,..,.. 1 9, 34, 66 Sadley, Carl .........,,...,.,,.,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Sain, Donald .... 35, 41, 61, ss, 97, 101, 103, 106 Sain, MaryAnn ........ 52, 93, 96, 105, 107 Salter, Bernice ,,,,.,...,.,..,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Salter, Lea .........,,.,..,,,,. .,,,, 3 5, 65, 72 Salvatore, Mary Ann ......, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 7, 76 Samick, George ...,....,.,,,,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45 Samick, Robert ............,...,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Samick, Veronica .... 35, 41, 62, '89, 92, 93 Schaberl, Patricia ,.,..,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46 Schaberl, Sylvia ........ 46, 58, 70, 76, 110 Schaefer, Gwynne .... 18, 24, 35, 42, 61, 62, 76, 81, 86, 87, 92, 103 Schaefer, Joseph ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,,, 50 Schaefer, Lynnwood ,,...,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 51, 100 Schaefer, Walter ,,....,, ,,,,,, 3 5, 66, 75 Schatz, Beverly ....., ,,,,,,,,, 3 6, 65 Schatz, Charlotte ....,, ,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Schatz, David ......,......,,,,,,,....,,,.,.....,.,,,, 52 Schatz, Hilary .............,,. 36, 46, 61, 66, 83 Schatz, Maureen ....,......,,,,,,,,,..,.,,..,.,,.,,,,. 58 Schauer, Sylvia .....,, ,,,,,, 5 3 Schaut, David ....... ,.,... 4 7 I26 Spizzirri, Mr. Augustine .... 20, 65, 66, 101, 102, 103, Sporner, Dorothy ....... ---- 4 9, 76 Squires, John ......... --...-----a 5 3 Stauffer, Judith ..... ...... 5 3, 70 Stauffer, Grace ....... ---- 3 3, 92 Stauffer, Lee .............. ----,--f 5 1 Stauffer, Mary Ann ........ .....- 5 0, 94 Stauffer, Norma ..,..... -----,------------ 5 1 Stebick, Edward ..... ..... 3 8, 66, 100 Stebick, Kenneth ........ .....i.----.-------'-- 5 2 Steele, George ............ ...... 4 9, 69, 100 Sterbank, Catherine ....... .....----,----- 4 6 Sterbank, John .......... -,----- 4 2, 58 Straub, Gretchen .,..... -------- 4 7 Straub, Leah .....,...... --f---- ----- 4 5 Straub, Mary Bea ...,... ,---1,-----1-------'- 4 6 Struble, David ......,. ...... 4 6, 73, 100 Supon, Nancy ..,.,,. 39, 65, ss, 92 Whiteman, Stephen ............,,,.,,,, 58, 76, 90 Wickett, Ellen .............,.. 40, 83, 92, 105 Williams, Joseph .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Williams, Julia ..,.,,, ,,,,, 4 0, 42 Williams, Susan ....,. ,,,,, 5 0, 76 Wolf, Charles ..... ,,,,,,,, 5 3 Wolf, Gary ,,,,,,,,,,. --,,,,,,,,----,,,,, 5 2 Wolfe, Carol ..,..,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Wortman, Gervase ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 6, 100, 103 Wright, Phyllis ,.,,,., ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 91 Wright, Ronald .,.... ,,,.,, 4 0, 66, 74, 88 Wurm, Robert ...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Wykoff, Roger ..,...,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Young, Elizabeth ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 0, 95 Young, Ruth ............ ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 5 3, 93 Zamboldi, Barbara .,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 96, 110 Zamboldi, Richard .........,,, 45, 85, 103, 105 Zamboldi, Robert ..,, 40, 41, 42, 68, 82, 84, 88, 101, 103, 105, 106 Zitzler, Ralph .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,---,,, 4 9, 76 ,gl WP: "1 LITHOGRAPHED BY DALLAS I TEXAS The Best Yearbooks me TAYLOR-MADE -:1f---2 IA Lok PUBLISHINGCO. 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