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

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Clubs, Sophomore Home Room. Metal Shop, M. Draw., Trade Math, Baseball Coach. MRS. JOHN CAIMI Social Studies, Freshman Home Room. MISS IDA FRITZ School Nurse SISTER GENEVIEVE, O.S.B. Biology, Health, Stamp Club. SISTER MARY EDWARD, O.S.B. Religion, English, Fresh man Home Room. MR. ALBERT PETCAVAGE Wood Shop, Mechanical Drawing. SISTER GERALDINE, O.S.B. Religion, Maihemalics, Junior Home Room. MRS. WILLIAM MULCAHY English, Mathematics, Freshman Home Room. . ,nw ., mm SISTER M. PAULINE, O.S.B. Religion, Civics, Freshf man Home Room. -if if SISTER M. IMELDA, MRS. JOSEPH O.S.B. MALLISON RSIIQIOYT, MGTITGVNSIICS, English, Science, Fresh- German, German Club, man Home Room. FACULTY Sisfer Rose al Sewing class SISTER M. ROSE, O.S.B. SISTER M. TERESITA, I-lomemaking, Dramafics. O.S.B. Religion, Science, Junior Home Room. 1 KQTQAQI ff " Wzwk Wfil W M2711 .,.'. 6 7 f'Af' 1 f' fl M 4X mr K WWW W W XMIIII' XM nw xx X i M M Lfxfwf Z lv' X KA f Aff? 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Robert Bauer, Secretary, John Clark, Second Vice President, Joseph llalloran Treasurer, Class Representatives-Freshmen, Paul Garner, Mrs. Elston, Juniors, Mrs. Garbic, Seniors Mrs. Straub, Sophomores, Mrs. Engel, Rex Zamboldi. 2. Sister Genevieve and her hamsters. 3. Mr Grotzinger, our photographer. 4. Custodian Ed. Bebble. 5. Sister Geraldine at 2:25 study. 6. Mr Demchak with Thespian players. 1 BENEDTIQTTINTE1 FATHTERS FATHER EDGAR OS B ST. Mary's Parlsh FATHER VIRGIL O S.B. Sacred Heart Parish FATHER KENNETH O S B Sacred Heart Parish 'ly EN URS DONALD J. BRENNEN uDonn So be it. Interests: Baseball, golf. Plans: Machinist. ELIZABETH A. BAUER "Bets" What a stab! Interests: Cars, music. Plans: Language teacher. JULIA H. BUCHEIT "Julie" Here we go again Interests: Talking, reading. Plans: Office work. p"3 EDWARD A. CATALONE ,,Ed., Think it will work? Interests: Hunting, baseball, hockey, swim- ming. Plans: Engineer. WILLIAM E. CLANCY "Bill" Hoy, Hoy there! Interests: Scouts, band, dramatics, water sports, woods, basketball. Plans: West Point and Military career. SEN URS CECILIA A. CARINO "CI"Iin-Cl'Iin" Fiddle Sticks! Interests: Sports, dancing, writing, talking. Plans: Hair stylist. ELAINE C. CASSIDY "Casey" Well Interests: Sewing, movies, talking. Plans: Bookkeeper. JAMES T. CuNEo "Coon" I ain't sayin'. Interests: Hunting, fishing, boats. Plans: Navy. MARY E. DETSCI-I "MabeI" I don't believe it! Interests: Piano, swimming, sewing. Plans: Secretarial work. Lois A. DINSMORE NLC... What's for homework? Ha! Interests: Volleyball, reading fan mail Plans: Radio technician. JOYCE M. ECKERT "Joycie" Chip-Chip Interests: Accordion, swimming. Plans: Flight stewardess. GRACE M. ERICH "Grace" Are ya serious? Interests: Accordion, fords, Memo, skating. Plans: Receptionist. THOMAS P. FARLEY "Slats" Can't say as I know! Interests: Collect pipes, guns, swimming, skating. Plans: College, Air Force. VIRGINIA M. ECKERT "Ginny" There goes a soldier! Interests: Homemaking. Plans: Housewife. MARY E. EICHMILLER Itlkyn You Bird! Interests: Welfare of Friendly Cab, sewing, dancing. Plans: Secretary, I 3 FRANCES L. FRITZ "Franny" Really I cIon't know. lnterests: Play practice, dancing, H. EC class. Plans: School, airline hostess. GERALD M. FRITZ "Gerry" It couIdn'f happen to a better guy lnterests: Fishing, detentions. Plans Air Force. 'Uv' . DOLORES R. FELTON "Dolly" And another Thing. lnterests: Cheerleading, sewing. Plans: Office work. JAMES F. FLEDDERMAN : "Moon" Prove it. Interests: Swimming, fishing, Plans: Machinist. VERNA N. GERBER "Verna" What a major mess! Interests: Art, cars. Plans: Nursing, NANCY J. GLEIXNER "GIeix" Let's go, Ron! Interests: Dancing, parties, swimming Plans: Home Economist. S INIIORS "Tiny" C'mon Charles, get back on the road! Interests: Woods, guns, dogs, fishing fencing. Plans: Machinist, mechanic. PAUL E. Grzossetz "Caesar" There ain't no real kids like ITIS. Interests: Sport cars, guns, fencing, his- tory. Plans: History teacher. RONALD J. HABERBERGER "Rabi" How about it? Interests: Sports, girls. Plans: Surgical Technician. WAYNE O. I-IAGAN JelIybean" Don't get scairt. Interests: Science, sports. Plans: Armed Forces. JOHN A. Gump r,Andy,, Let's go! Interests: Photography, fords. Plans: Air Force. MARTHA J. HABERBERGER "Jean" You know what I mean. Interests: Collecting records, dramatics painting. . Plans: Dramatic school, director. SHIRLEY A. I-IERBSTRITT "Slwirl" Well, Jeepers! Interests: Baking, sewing, Glee Club. Plans: Housewife. ANDREW E. HOFFMAN ,,Andy,, Will do. Interests: Television. Plans: Television expert. MW fe- SIELN ORS JOHN K. HANES ,,ROd,, You're a sweet kid! Interests: Auto racing, sports. Plans: Phys. Ed. Instructor, MARY J. HEARY HJC.. Christopher! Interests: Parties, talking, sports. Plans: Private secretary. I 4 si ...A-u .A If Q? 1. 1101 A ,. Hd 'ii CAROL R. HOFFMAN "SnOoks" I yi-yi-yi! Interests: Cheerleading, sewing, dancing, lettervwriting. Plans: Pediatrician. BRENT A. KENNARD "Keyhole" How about that! Interests: Bowling, Dodgers. Plans: Electronics Engineer. NANCY P. KLATMAN "Nancy" I wonder . . .? Interests: Cheerleading, dancing, records, writing letters. Plans: Nursing Degree. AA. ELLEN KRAUSS HEI., Hokey Shantanhannal Interests: Sewing, dancing, dramatics. Plans: Home Ec teacher. .., 4ur""' L. .IANE LAMBERT "Janey" I've got the car! Interests: Dramatics, sewing. Plans: Home EC Maior. VINCENT D. LENzE "Victor the Kid" Houaaa Hello there, Leroy! Interests: Sports, woods. Plans: Contractor. PAUL A. KRELLNER "Smiley" Howdy Interests: Old cars, model trains. Plans: Mechanic. DONNA M. KRONENWETTER "KunCl't" You better believe it. Interests: Icles, writing letters. Plans: Housewife. 'tim 51 'K ANDREW J. MARCONI Miken Got the car! Interests: Sports, cars. Plans: Undertaker. ALICE L. MEYER "Alice" For Heaven's sake! Interests: H. Ec, movies. Plans: Airline stewardess. C. DIANE LUHR "Luke" Nasty Break. Interests: Records, dancing. Plans: Radar Technician. DONALD E. MAGISTRELLI HMBQH I thought you weren't gonna hit me Interests: Sport cars, fencing, art. Plans: Navy, art school. FRANK J. NEKUZA "Kanuza" Don't fret nor fear. Interests: Cars, hunting, parties. Plans: Air Force, JANICE E. NEWELL u-Jann Horse feathers. ' Interests: Pop records, reading. Plans: Private secretary. SIIENIIORS BRIAN H. O'HERN , "Beard" Oh! My goodness. Interests: Y. Center, Canteen, music. Plans: Army DIANNE S. PFAFF ,,Di,, Where've you been? Interests: Talking, knitting, -stamps, piano. Plans: Secretarial work. JOSEPH L. PRECHTEL woe., How's Tricks? Interests: Hunting. Plans: Navy. ALICIA G. REUSCHER "Dietz" - Whoa Nellie! Interests: Piano, swimming, riding horses. Plans: Phys. Ed. teacher. CLIFFORD J. PFouTz HCM., Gee wiz, I don't knowhl Interests: Hunting. Plans: Air Force. JANICE I.. PISTNER ullanu That's tough. Interests: Dancing, swimming, music Plans: Airline stewardess. xwyvp. 5 is MARY K. ROGAN "Penny" What's the rush? Interests: Knitting, cooking. Plans: Nursing. CAROLYN M. Ross "Carolyn" ll-EN ORS JANE A. RIOARD "Janie" Well, I'll be! Interests: Cooking, dancing. Plans: Secretary. GEORGIA B. ROBERTSON "George" And in the meantime . . . Interests: Talking, knitting, cooking. Plans: Charge of an orphanage. Gee Wiz! Interests: Dancing, skating, archery. Plans: Phys. Ed. teacher. sv. iii PATRICK J. RYAN "Pat" Don't look at me in that tone of voice. Interests: Cooking, basketball, Memo, ten- DIS. Plans: Phys. Ed. teacher. F. GAIL SALTER nGaiIu No sweat. Interests: Hunting, baseball, forest con- servation. Plans: Army. GERALD A. SAMICK ,,OX,, Don't get all frustrated. Interests: Baseball, football, hunting, fish- ing. Plans: Wait for Uncle Sam to call. BEVERLY J. SCHAEFER "Babs" Why? Interests: Art, piano, swimming. Plans: Secretarial work. JOHN E. SCHLIMM "Jack" How's the camp coming, Wray? Interests: Trapping. Plans: Farmer. SHIRLEY M. SCHLODER "ShirI" One never knows, does one? Interests: Swimming, talking. Plans: Housewife. I. FREDERICK SCHAUT "Butch" Oh Great! Interests: Radio, Canteen, Y. Center, Memo. Plans: Air Force. HELENE M. SCHLIMM "Helene" Gee winigers. Interests: Ice skating, swimming, sewing, knitting. Plans: Interior decorator. ELIZABETH A. SEELYE UB. A-I, Where's Jet? Interests: Swimming, dancing, parties, piano. Plans: Secretary, housewife. DONALD R. SI-IERRY "Preacher" Ain't that a shame? Interests: Canteen, Y. Center, Memo, hunt ing, fishing. Plans: Geologist. MARILYN M. SCHNEIDER "Tater" Hi, fans! Interests: Sports, spending money. Plans: Housewife. DIANE M. SCHREIBER "Schrib" Come on, Anchor! Interests: Sewing, knitting, A-H leader Plans: Secretarial work. a. J . -. . g"' arms .9 ra. .n+l,,,. 1 F 5 nv.. NANCY C. SI-IERRY "Sherry" Let's have a party! Interests: Skating, parties, talking. Plans: Housewife. BARBARA A. SKOK "Barbie" Tell me the truth. Interests: Cooking, knitting, talking. Plans: Typist. S. NIIOR DENNIS J. SMITH "Smitty" Just this once Interests: Y. Center, Canteen, Memo, par- ties, people. Plans: Air Force. GRACE M. STAUFFER "Grace" Oh that's cruddy. Interests: Talking, skating, reading. Plans: Stenographer. KARL A. STEELE "Liber" Gimme a cigarette. Interests: Piano. Plans: Concert pianist. RONALD L. STEELE upicu Let's go back to moxes, Interests: Hunting. Plans: Tool and dye maker. -p--Illli' SHIRLEY A. STAUFFER "ShirI" I don't know. Interests: Ice skating, movies, sewing. Plans: Secretarial work. JEROME E. STEELE "Duke" Let's have a party! Interests: Y. Center, Canteen, Memo, bas ketball, cars. Plans: Become rich. ,,.,,f RICHARD B. STRAUB "Dick" Heavens fo Betsy! Interests: Basketball, baseball, dancing, Freshman girl. ' Plans: Higher Education. DOROTHY M. ULJON HDOTH Scared the life out of me! Interests: Dancing, talking, letter-writing. Plans: Medical secretary. I I SIENIICUDRS CAROL A. STERBANK "Carol" Holy Cow, what ya gonna do? Interests: Dancing, basketball. Plans: Secretarial work. E. CARLEEN STRAUB "Car" Har-di-Har! Interests: Swimming, cooking, babysitting, music. Plans: Beautician, child care. QA 13,7 1, I 'gy , an ff' M MARY J. WEBER njou You never did! Interests: Piano, "Vibe," TV. Plans: Higher Ed. in music. MARGARET H. WOLF Hpeggy., Give me a man's answer. 1 x Interests: Cooking, sewing, talking. ' Plans: Housewife. SNAPS Oh 9 Wg,- ,-f""'4 I. Country girl ? ? ? 2. Knit one, pearl two. 3. He got butts. 4. Is he in love? 5. Steps of Seniors. 6. Call 43-436. 7. Take your pick. 8. And they can cook, too. SNAPS N zlililf in l ss i, F L, i. The morning after. 2. Did you get it fixed? 3. ls the coast clear? 4. Remember those good old days 5. Here's your change. 6. Pizza night. 7. Noise vs. Music. 8. Guys and Dolls. 9. The "Duke"! 10 We're off. il. Who's paying the bill? 12. 7 to il. Nr X -Spy X Y NN -j , ' 1 . f 411' XX 1 y! xxx? X " . K ' f ,, 1 .3 , +L ia 5,1fxgxi1Q5yi hgqf ,gg ,W X, F ff N 1 ' . 7 "-41119, ff!! Wffvsx 'f wwf 'L XQ 1 '.NNQ,QYg'Xrg- .':wQN-y NX ---A-b,ig0Xgf-1 f . VEHWM lllrl X xx X bb Q fff1W1 in , QQ SN X XSS? 53iNEy2fiSTQQWKISNFQx .sw fytgry g,1QgwV, f1'.X X x ff,-.XX1-4NS?xk M 5 f ff X ' xXi:W"VN xx 1 1 fx 4fvtwfNw,11 '-- ! '54 VSX WSNQ ' NE 1 1111 'A 1 . 1 1' Qfw! 1 gT!l4.1fyff-N55 xiffixiiyif yfgg-X L! N HIE 1 fi J 7 5 H221 if wfdfgififiuwuw 4 f X X -7-'22, ' . ' W, I n,4as:::s..adI f 511 S AQ. xx f' ,lf ,Z EK QL ff'QW111 ASSE JUNHUR CLASS CODFFMHERS STANLEY BROCK ,,7, ,..,, .,.,, P resident GEORGE ERNST ,,EE,,,. Vice Presidenf RICHARD SHIELDS Treasurer VESTA FELDBAUER Secretary ? 4' 9 g. 1 tlllUNllURS l lA Front row: Mary Weis, Lois Lynch. Second row: Sandra Salter, June Meyer. Third row: Joyce Nekuza Margaret Nussbaum, Robert McQuone, Mary Savel, Joan Steele. Top row: Janice Smeal, Peter Stauffer James Werner, Leonard Paar, James Riddle, Karl Schaberl. I 1 Q llA Front row: Marlene Hacherl, Margaret Dornisch. Second row: Ann Gerber, Mary Cochrane, Phyllis Arnold, Lois Forster. Third row: Vesta Feldbauer, Robert Kneidel, Doris Kerner, Ann Herbstritt, Top row: Geraldine Fahey, Kenneth Lecker, Jerome Hoehn, Stanley Brock, Constance Bridge. SISTER M. AGNES, O.S.B. QUVUNHORS SISTER M. GERALDINE, O.S.B. HB Front row: Carol Hafhorn, Regina Bobenrielh. Second row: Margaret Kofler, Karen Gerg, Pairicia Frey, Linda Farley. Third row: Carole Fledderman, Francis Jacob, Michael Kronenwener, Mary Engel. Top row: Sandra Dinsmore, James Friiz, Wray Burden, Harold Erich, Philip Kraus, Susan Lyons. 'N'--..........-, IIB Front row: Julianne Miller, Arthalinda Spence. Secqnd row: Patricia Sherry, Patrick Schaefer, Priscilla Nero. Third row: Mary Schade, Joseph Muhitch, Paul Roberts, Joan Prudich. Top row: Janet Wright, John Wegemer, Lavern Lenze, Joseph Werner, Carol Samick. SISTER M. BERNADETTE, O.S.B 1 0 ii l Q, n I A W if I lil NHORS SlSTER M. TERESITA, O.S.B. HC Front row: Eleanor James, Jean Fleclderman. Second row: Jean Herbst, Josephine Brennen, Patricia Distler, Mary Fehrenbach. Third row: Justine Garbic, Helen Greentlaaner. Top row: Ellen Evans, Leander Gnan, Arthur Hasselman, George Ernst, Howard Jacob, Robert Nlallison, Joan Caskey. JUN DRS A W' ? E 5:-5 J- llC Front row: Georgia Newell, Eleanor Rupprechf. Second row: Gertrude Samick, Sandra Krellner, Judy Vollmer, Joan Miller. Third row: Helene McAllister, Richard Shields, Ronald Pistner, Ronaleen Siecker. Top row: Marilys Schlimm, Rene Nicklas, Thomas Pfeufer, Raymond Rupprechr, Richard Weichman, Germaine Sporner. f. 3' im l l . A 4... .nf- C-I MR. EDWARD BRIDGE I, SOPHUMORE CLASS UFFHCERS J! KATHLEEN ERICH ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Treasurer PAUL ROBERTSON ,,..,,..,... President GWYNN SCHAEFER e,,e,,e,,e Secretary MARTHA WEBER ........ Vice President 4I l STDTRTMFMDQVTTDRES Q ia SISTER M. CAPISTRAN, O.S.B. TOA Front row: Ann Donahue, Catherine Cheatle, Joan Brennen. Second row: Rita Frey, Georgia Fleming. Third row: Alice Hammer, Janice Covac, Veronica Haller, Rosemary Ginther, Joan Engel. Fourth row: Shirley Beimel, Mary Lee Farrell. Top row: Mary Bologna, Thomas Kneidel, Richard DeGroaf, Jerome Brunner, Alvin Hammer, Robert Breindel, Leroy Hasselman, Frances Hoffman. X Q . IOA Front row: Lea Salter, Janet Leithner, Nancy Supon. Second row: Doris Schneider, Margaret Pfeufer. Third row: Mary A. Pallick, Bernard Schutz, Paul Robertson, James Wiesner, Jane Lecker. Fourth row: Janet Schill, Martha Weber. Top row: Robert Zamboldi, Karl Wegemer, Gabriel Ulion, Stephen Sorg, Donald Sain, David Mohr, Joseph Pontzer, Hilary Schatz. 'il f E552 Q 555 Q X MR. P ETER DEMCHAK -A 71. Swllpl OMURES i 4 SISTER Nl. EVANGEl.lST, O.S.B. l0B Front row: Susan Kronenwetter, Susan Schaur, Sandra Feile. Second row: Germaine Grasser, Roseann Scolari. Third row: Margaret Gerg, Donald Schreiber, Richard Heary, Patricia Vollmer. Fourth row: Ellen Wickefl, Thomas Lyons, James Meyer, Thomas Hanes, Donald Fritz, JoAnn Schloder. Top row: Julia . . D n . . . . Williams, John Butz, John Kromko, 9 ms McCla1n, Dale Pfmgstler, John Schauf, Shirley Keller. was SOllDll:lO,N,lORlES 'si TOB Front row: Paula Halloran, Kathleen Erich, Margaret Lecker. Second row: Grace Stauffer, Ann Davis. Third row: Gwynne Schaefer, Carol Breindel, Carol Ehrensberger, Judy Rippy, Georgia Cancilla. Fourth row: Doris Hoehn, Richard Snyder, Dennis Vollmer, Nancy Frey. Top row: John Gutowski, Edward G Stebick, Ronald Wright, Robert Bridge, Walter Schaefer, Thomas Ruppr cht, Donald Parson. Qx ,X 1 ,4 ' ' S s.. l lsllf 4, ll . Y V xx- ,Q SISTER M. GENEVIEVE, O.S.B. FRESHMAN CLASS UFFHCERS GERVASE WORTMAN ,,,7 Treasurer THOMAS KRUGW Vice Presidenf SUZANNE SORGN Vice President JOSEPH HALLORAN N President 46 Q FRESHME U' f ff- X' X A ,f "r'7-.Y .,- . '4a""p I SISTER M. PAULINE, O.S.B. 9A Front row: Sandra Clouser, Susan Cashman. Second row: Ella Cheatle, Kathryn Clark. Third row: Shirley Cuneo, John Bauer, Peier Bauer, Ronald Brennen, Sandra Cassidy. Fourth row: William Bobenrieth, Gloria Bauer. Top row: Flora Bobenriefh, Winfred Benninger, Dennis Benninger, Charles Bayer, Gerald Frey, William Erich, Raymond Bucheit, Alice Bobenrieth, 9A Front row: Joanne Diehl, Mary Ehrensberger. Second row: Jane DeWald, Gertrude Dinsmore, Third row: Theresa D'Amore, Ronald Bush, Dorofhy Eichmiller, Jane Distler. Top row: Joan Ehrensberger, James Fodge, John Erich, Michaei Fritz, James Brock, Robert Dumich, Carol Dippold. . ALBERT PETCAVAGE FRESH E SISTER MARY EDWARD, O.S.B. 9B Front row: Patricia Greenfhaner, Mary Goetz. Second row: Joan Heiberger, Mary. Grieggs. Third row: Margaret Hannibal, George Haberberger, Sharlene Gerber. Fouih row: Rita Glass, John Halloran, Richard Hoffman, Helen Herbstritt. Top row: Gail Geeck, Conrad Reuscher, Joseph Halloran, George Heary, Roger Grunthaner, Marilyn Geyer. 9B Front row: laure Elston, Elsie Emmert, Second row: Judy Frey, Annette Ferragine. Third row: Janet Frey, John Gille'n, Ann Fritz, Patrick Gorman, Mary Ann Feldbauer. Fourth row: Gerg, Kenneth Gregory, Pauline Garner. Top row: Richard Goetzfjames Gabler, Grunthaner, Bernard Glatt, 'f tgfik Alice Feldbauer, Paul Willis Gleixner, Fred i gr! ,l 1 Sli: t A t i SISTER M. ROSE, O.S.B. T FRESTHME f'-I MRS. JOHN CAIMI 9C Front row: Joyce Kuppleweiser, Monica Lecker. Second row: Leah Lechner, Patricia Loeffler. Third row: Judy Lenze, Thomas Miller, Thomas Krug, Mary Lou Leitza. Fourth row: Ann Lecker, Myrna Largey. Top row: David Kronenwetter, Bernard Meyer, David Lawrence, Kenneth Lodes, George Nero, Joseph Moriarify Daniel Lechner. QQ ' naar -+1 ii, M-.aw-Q sf! ' x bw-:. QC Front row: Marlene Klein, Patricia Klein. Second row: Elaine Kraft, Betty Ann Keenen. Third row: Linda Knouse, James Kraus, Mary Ann Keller, John Hnath, Mary Ann Herzing. Top rowf Nancy Knight, Gary Kraus, John Herbst, Martin Hammer, Joseph Kim, William Handwerger, Patricia vw il l shoe. - P X- 'X' 4- xl 'Q , Egfr ' 9 . f . sf:- Pet Bauer is trying to locate the owner of the FRESHME O oo' A a .0 ' N , S' :L is 12 ' I MRS. JOSEPH MALLISON 9D Front row: Mary Beth Schlimm, Rose Rupprecht. Second row: Nancy Prudich, Patricia Prechtel, Patricia Schaberi. Third row: Eileen Rettger, Thomas Reuscher, David Schaut, Diane Rinella. Fourth row: Carl Reider, George Samick. Top row: Thomas Price, Timothy Reuscher, Carl Sadley, William Schaut, John Rettger. xgix Front row: Diane Moriarity, Jerilyn O'Hern. Second row: Rose Mary Miles, Doreen Meyer, Third row: Joyce Pfeufer, Judy Nelson, David Pistner, Ruth Miller, Patricia Meyer. Fourth row: Helen Pistner, Maureen Neubert. Top row: Rita Miller, John Nissel, Walter Pistner, Antonio Palumbo, Thomas Nussbaum, David Nicklas, Kathryn Malburg. Snow 1 .il WN' P' "AQ George Samick and Richard Goetz are identify ing Katherine Clark's shoe. FRESHME R Yiwu t MRS. WILLIAM MULCAHY 9E Front row: Judith VanSlander, Ann Weichman. Second row: Carol Weidow, Gloria Vollmer. Third row: Donna Williamee, William Werner, Thomas Schloder, Verna Wehler. Fourth row: Dolores Selle, Donald Lechner, Ernest Lecker, Raymond Vitello, Carol Siecker. Top row: Carol VanDerlin, Richard Zambold' Wayne Wehle , B l ' lt r arr Va entune, Edward Sutton, Carol Wolfe. Front row: Mary B. Straub, Beverly Uhernick. Second row: Beth Schloder, Catherine Sterbank. Third row: Theresa Shope, John Skok, John Schreiber, Lawrence Schloder, Bonnie Thompson. Fourth row: Gretchen Spence, Gervase Wortman, George Nero, Gretchen Straub. Top row: Suzanne Sorg, David Struble, William Schwentner, Vincent Kronenwetter, David Shadd, James Shaffer, Leah Straub. FRESHMEN Wir .ni'f'ixiii'nwQjIliiiifi iiiiiiiiii' miriam FATHER DONALD, O.S.B. SNAPS I. Getting started. 2. Joe College. 3. Wait and see. 4. Long to be remembered. 5. Cheer up, th worst is yet to come. NAMES 'ww' iii 5. iii 1. Our Alma'Ma1er. 2. Guess who won! 3. Careful, now. A. He's a she - no, she's a he. 5 Is there a doc1or in ihe house '? ? ? ? w 1xgf-Wir, My pw , ,HWY I' f T 1 X 1 wx YL! MH N -' AQ li, Z.vQir21R,g,,g!W ,!llx:vlyl!!iE V- ,Iii "-fxsxfi, qqfdl .MTNN M 1 X f-"' r nl fl ,V N I 2 X Q 1 fl I V4 03, l 1 X H V 1 . I X1 Jigga ,, and I V X X 'fl 74 ,fmrza 'fx ! -1'1 1' f f lfgf. , I I 0 l 1 QM4 4 - ,1 -g k f, f g po "Q," Q' "'1'57,g5iW7f' IT Uizflf' 2 RE 'V - 1 .T 1 'if - , I " -V , ff. ul r , 1 'Inu 1, ""' w, 'f"" ' , , flag! 7' 7 , 12:2 .r -147,7 f'V W ZX ' f r ' .- ,f if W ff'f4'54'Qi , ',Q'ii" "f X' , IV 3 -fy A xx W YfWk:4ff' 1fM l1W', , H :11'2 5l 45 ' W ,.g 'Qw ,ff ' Awf!! Wf! f '1:'i1Hi5 W PY Q2 gi Q Xw'w"'1o'- 'gif V ', 'rV'V,'15 , ' rpm I iffy: Y N 'l ' ' 5 L V , ,wif gjf11,!WQ M, 1f!,'3gI4!b1 f , 'W y Q- 1217 1 Yr' 3:2311 If 1' J ,mJ!l,N,7iu: -3., 5.1.44 l X v bu -I 0 K .flffgl - A ,'.aI,f,Qflr I HY! ihigffnilz l , X Z -3 J" fl, 1- I I' I, 'fy l 'YIIIYQMNW' ' ff, 5 1 MH g 1, W sf'-' ,' -. ' 1 fl A W jf, 1 wg, X M I hu X! ' I 7 l t V UW!! gixt I lxllwylq O A - em! JM In IW lmlxluiif if M A A 'x ll V fl fi A 1... I .I fs, P JIM I NAI XXX x il , in f 5 ' wwf Q 1 ' . It '1' .1 ff " Xxx Hx I 'V l , 1 1 S530 N mf 1J,' ,fgii 14? 4 H1 ,Ulf Allan, I A HI -' J - I , ,y,:All.g,J X -2+ 1 9, 5. , ff- gy, AS SE IRIEILIIGIIGN ...4 RELIGION III First row: K, Gerg, J. Terry, J. Smeal, J. Newell, Second row: M, Fehrenbach, E. Evans, M. I-Iacherl, J. Fledderman. Third row: C. Hathorn, C. Fleddermari, G. Sporner, J. Garbic, H. Grunthaner, Fourth row: S. Lyons, M, Schade, Sr. Geraldine, G, Fahey, J. Herbst. Fifth row: C. Samick, S. Krellner, E, James, V. Feldbauer. Sixth row: M. Engel, C. Bridge, P. Distler. WSH! RELIGION I First row: P. Gerg. Second row: R. Glass, W. Gleixner, J. Heiberger, K. Gregory. Third row. Sr. Mary Edward, F. Grunthaner, P. Greenthaner, R. Grunthaner, N. Knight. Fourth row: G. Haberberger, M. Hammer, P. Keller. Fifth row: J. I-Ialloran, M. Geyer, W. Handwerger. Sixth rowf P. Gorman, G. Geeck, A. Feldbauer. Seventh rovv: L. Lechner, J, Kuppleweiser. Eighth row: M. Klein, P. Klein. SDC Ali.. STUDTTES AMERICAN HISTORY First row: C. Sterbank, M. Fisher, N. Gleixner, C. C'arino, M. J. Heary, J. Buch- eit. Second row: D. Ulion, G. Stauffer, M. Eichmiller, D. Pfaff, G. Robertson. Third row: J. Eckert, V. Eckert, E. Cassidy, S. Stauffer, M. Detsch, Fourth row: J. Pist- ner, J. Rigard, A. Reuscher, B. Schaefer. Fifth row: G. Erich, C. Ross, J. Newell, M. Schneider, D. Schreiber. Sixth row: M. J. Weber, N. Sherry, E. Seelye, D. Felton. Standing: Mrs. Caimi, lnstructress, K. Steele, A. Hoffman, R. Steele. CIVICS First row: Back to Front, Annette Ferragine, Gretchen Spence. Second row: Gretchen Straub, Leah Straub, Susie Sorg, Donna M. Williamee, Betty A. Keenen. Third row: Jerry Frey, Charles Bayer, Wayne Wehler, James Gabler, Ann Fritz, Mary A. Herz- ing. Fourth row: Barr Valentine, Bill Erich, John Hnath, Jerry Tucker, Pauline Garner, Winifred Benninger, Sr. Pauline, Instructress. AT THE POLLS Grace Stauffer, Joyce Eckert, Grace Erich, Carol Sterbank, Janice Pistner, Andrew Hoffman, Nancy Sherry, Diane Pfaff, Ce- cilia Cari-no, Mary J. Weber, Diane Schreiber, Carolyn Ross, Ronald Steele, Mrs. Caimi, ln- structress. At table: Mrs. Ruth Nussbaum, Mrs. Marthadel Corske, Mr. Robert Lion, Mrs. Freda Nicklas. i, ,-v-wr 'M - i me 'W 4. QUZQQWQPRST 1 2 E, J- : ' :' -igsiswfam 5 M 4 1? Q .f K 1 W 'E 1 i 5.1 Y , , f x ! Y 5 if 'Q 5 gh xi Q I 5 Q S swf L gew QW 'Fi ffffQ27:fff-- '25 :Z. ' ' L 7 X S 4 'K 1-9- ills 'Wim 5'---...W 4lluvfV a+ 'lbw : 'N . 5 4 f , . , i S ,iz E Qs ff? 2 A fi i 63 fa ff "Sl MM sa 1-Q gifigggf. ' V . X 'jim S, 'L ,. . I 4 I , ,V 5 iq, ,,, ,. I M, few .hafw-' 4. 5 K -M Q iw, A,,0,,,!fQ.M., w'Q.ffi,, , 1z1n,,xM,if.,.,LA . 5 512' ww -at 5-1 'LUN-Q4,.g..w,,-g'q1if.Q 'L ji Q? 4,+Qf+i4'1'y'3if V51 if . , g Y ' A : rn 2' 5 N, 'Z' "5-41'-iq. uv-37. I ,jf , 5 ' V If 1 L' Om: K ,, 'i . , I 1 , - UL. A 1 Q, x A V , ' M' C 5' 2 if-ik ' 5 4 , .4 - . -J 4 -,. , 4 , ,W- - W 1 Q k . MA M-ef' ggi K ni W ,,,. ve .S Q 1. S ,Aw- 955 4. 1 N .,-'f ,Mc ,........-.ww 1:31 q -64 pf at yi' Jvwytf- WKEYQY- SCIENCE CHEMISTRY L. Lenze, P. Kraus, S. Brock, Sister Teresita, R. Nickias, R. Weichrnan, K. Schaberl, E. Ruppre First row: W. Boben- rieth, G. Heary, F. Grun- thaner. Second row: V GENERAL SCIENCE cht. Iison, K. Lodes, J. Kraus B. Glatt. Fourth row: A Bobenrieth, D. Lawrence Samick, H. Herbstritt, F Bobenrieth, R. Grunthan- er. Third row: Mrs. Mal PHYSICS VV. Gleixner. Fifth row G. Frey, R. Brennen. Back: D. Magistrelli, Mr. Peter Demchak, P. Grosser, D. Sherry, D. Smith, B. O'Hern, E. Catalone, G. Samick. Front: I. Schaut, G. Salter, C. Hoffman, E. Krauss, W. Hagan, B. Kennard, R. Haberberger, W. CIancy. I '-+-1--M---0 -H -11: Mwfmm- 65 BIOLOGY AND HEALTH I.,-f f, . . -1 'To -me-....,R .. WA First row: T. Hanes, J. Kromko, D. McClain, Second row: J. Leithner, M. Lecker, R. Zamboldi, P. Robertson, T, Kneiclel. J. Brunner, R, Wright, Fourth rovv: M, A. Pollick, A. Davis, Sister Genevieve, J, Meyer, D. Mohr. Fifth row: N. Frey, G. Grasser, S. Kronenwetter. r Howard Jacob getting ready for a "Physical," Miss Ida Fritz, School Nurse and Mrs. Fritz, R. Frey, C. Ehrensberger, B. Schatz, N. Supon, J. Williams find out how the Blood Bank operates, Mr. George Rupprecht conducting the tour. Third row: P. Halloran, S. Schaut, R. M. Ginther, G. Ulion, .- X 7 TK 2 All ' .. rr N l x' 1 4111zrfam--Q.m...,......M. COOKING Back: Joyce Kuppleweiser, Ann Weichman, Carol Wolfe, Linda Knouse, Myrna Largey, Donna Williamee Gloria Vollmer. Front: Marlene Klein, Carol Weiclovv, Ann Leckcr, Sister M. Rose, O.S.B. SEWING First row: Barbara Skok, Jane Lambert, Carleen Straub, Jean Haberbergcr, Frances Fritz. Second row: Sisier M. Rose, Betty Ann Bauer, Nancy Klahnan, Donna Mae Kronenvvetter, Diane Lulwr, Third rowi Margaret Wolf, Helene Schlimm, Alice Moyer, Lois Dinsmore, Verna Gerber, Mary K. Rogan. ANGUAGES First ,OW R ENGLISH I First row: T. Krug, J. Frey, J. Ehrensherger, T. D'Amore. Second row: M. Largey, F. I-Ieary, M. Ehrensberger, J. DeWald, S. Cashman. Third row: J. Herbst, D. Eichmiller, J. Diehl, S. Cassidy, Mrs. Mallison. Fourth row: E. Kraft, L. Elston, G. Dins- more, E. Cheatle. Fifth row: J. Erich, C. Dip- pold, K. Clark. Sixth row: J. Frey, J. Distler, S. Clouser. Seventh row: S. Cuneo. J Kromk,-L, Gvlggjhf- Second row: p Rob LATIN H Butz J W, gser, J. Meye J erisonf D M ' - er , - V- Fourth , ' Ohh T, H R Zamboldi. ner S'X'I1 row: A. Davis lljwi R' M- Ginther, K Tis' J- Brunner. Third ' ' GCVQ. Seventh fowi PNCZIF- Parson- Fiffh rg0w,5G. Ullon, . . a oran, J- G -vv: . Schaur ENGLISH II UIOWSIU. Ei h h 9' row: lag' H1 is ' 555 fi r n1- 1 First row: D. McClain, E, Stebick. Second row: D. Pfingstler, A. Ham- mer, J. Engel, S. Beimel. Third row: L. Hasselman, M. L. Farrell, M.-Bologna, Mrs. Mulcahy. Fourth row: S. Feile, C. Brein- del. Fifth row: G. Flem- ing, R. Bridge. Sixth row: G. Cancilla. 'rw-,.. I 3 4551! - N51r:17ul 1330255 ZSKZIZIE' METAL WORK Jeromc Steele, Donald Brennen, Ronald Steele, Joseph Prechtcl, David Gnan, Frank Nelcuza, Mr. Edward Bridge, Instructor. ' NDlUSTRllAlL, ARTS VVOODWORKING Paul Krellner, Palriclc Ryan, Richard Straub, Mr, Albert Petcavage, was lnstruclor, Thomas Farley, Vincent Lenze, John Schlimm. ---all wel 5 liz l l , l r - 4 r has if I' Front row: Jane Distler, Laura Elston, Marilyn Geyer, Gloria Bauer, Joyce Pfeufer, Pauline Garner, Rose- ann Rupprecht, Ruth Miller, Nancy Supon, Georgia Fleming, Beverly Schatz, Catherine Cheatle, Second row: Margaret Hannibal, Rosemary Ginther, Nancy Frey, William Erich, Edward Sutton, Patrick Gorman, Thomas Kneidel, Jerome Brunner, Jane Lecker, Margaret Lecker, Joan Engel. Top row: Gwynne Schaefer, Myrna Largey, Shirley Cuneo, Jerilyn O'Hern, Suzanne Sorg, Joanne Diehl, Ann Lecker, Kathryn Clark, Jane DeWald, Carol Wolfe, Mary K. Goetz, Mary Ehrensberger, Dorothy Eichmiller. Absent: Beverly Uher- 0 nick, Doreen Meyer, HLJNUR l2ULlla is First Semester al Scholastic Average 90470 l oc Deportrnent QOOXO X , A NANCY KLATMAN JANICE PISTNER Valedictorian Salutatorian Front row: Marilyn Schneider, Grace Erich, Eleanor Rupprecht, Patricia Sherry, Mary Engel, Germaine Sporner, Arthalinda Spence, Justine Garbic, Joyce Eckert. Second row: Lois Lynch, Jerome Hoehn, Karl 1 Schaberl, Robert Mallison, Michael Kronenwetter, William Clancy, Anne Herbstritt, Dorothy Ulion. Top row: Jane Lambert, Frances Fritz, Grace Stauffer, Beverly Schaefer, Mary Eichmiller, Virginia Eckert, Janice Pistner, Nancy Klatman, Carol Hoffman. , f fy!! W Irswi A'-- I h - ' :I if 1,14 f f Z X X Ex5,A +l,' ,WIJ L 'X ' W "if 'xkl X x ' It 1 1' It W' 'fl X . 1 L gy' X ,Y Yi: MD I , .. X I! Q K " SN X 4? 'P , I I1 R y X N, .. ', - uw N x . , y w W' N H. , ' f' ff' XX ' W' '. ' X W, Wielw 'K J 'Q ' X " ,' y Ffh 1 1 XX ZX? 'Z' l its v 1- E1 'V " Vllfifgizf . -gy ,I '?lLk T' fbi f? ' "J','fif' , ' at Q 4 J -' , , "Amin-ff Q Wr L., l 1 J!,....,.,, I: 'x - 1 I I "' 4 10 l ' 3 M1 8 I+ - 7 G 5 'QE ff - 61? Q ..:i!' iii" M i z g 'T N f -1 .4 R X I gf , 7 a x, 'E ,f f 2,05 'fe - 3 ' ,X A 532,295 g f, O E A K C I ' imma '16 Z Y , ' "' 1- 1, 6, A 5 ' ' 'I , ' f ' f.f.:- ' K H A '7 f if . "T X X , , 1 . il 9 H Z "xy X f 54. ek ,af WW i ' rv ., I X J f ,151 .T 'f , b y IM K! ,MM 0' f' 1 fx, , , Xmsgl, 'V , - Q ff A Y 1 ff 1 ' f ' 7 , - - ' X ff 1 iff!!! W! X X1 : :: 1 7 ' M , Y' v,g.fW, NX' x SEX f 4QfWAn,, ' Q, FS f A f f . 7 4? fl X ' if .tv 72 Wm ind C 2 l ft 3? MR? Jig Q 'f A""N I Ll Xml U swift r ' iil fZ?l3iQW , J gl 4 TTC Q13 TT' , iii Xggag , x0 f 2 SEPTEMBER Happy school days begin with 440 en- rollment . . . Handbook takes on new look . . . Senior sweater goods arrive- big deals!! . . . Freshmen-Seniors "Get Acquainted Dance," a laugh a minute . . . Election ot officers and cheerleaders . . . Forty hours, Sacred Heart . . . Clubs organized. ' OCTOBER At last Junior rings arrive, real cool!! . . . new sewing machines for Home Ec. . . . "Spirit ot Stanford" Movie . . . Senior "Autumn Leaves" dance . . . Catholic Youth Communion, good turnout . . . Two tree dayswTeachers' Convention at Pittsburgh . . . Basketball practice begins . . . Pictures, say, "CHEESE" . . . Merit Scholarship test . . . Enthronement ot Sacred Heart. NOVEMBER Seniors sell fruit cakes . . . "Reserves" talk to Senior boys . . . Senior Dramatics play "Sittin' Pretty," rolls 'em in the aisles . . . First basketball game . . . Girls' volley- ball starts . . . Employment Bureau test- ing . . . Report cards, Ughl Thanksgiving vacation. DECEMBER Hunting season brings another free day . . . good percentage of boys get their deer . . . Central High Family meet with teachers . . . "Mineral lndustriesi' for Science and Academic . . . Betty Crocker Homemaker test . . . "First Missionary Journey" movie for C.S.M.C .... "You don't belong to me" and Operetta "Gift of Christmas" program . . . Christmas vacation at last! . . . Radio broadcasts for Dramatics and Latin classes. JANUARY Junior Mid-term hop. . . New score board given by Speer Carbon . . . Mr. Demchak goes to service . . . "Nursing Careers" films . . . Bake sale . . . "Shock of His Life" play for Father Timothy's nameday . . . "Explorer Scou1s" Meeting. I I y FEBRUARY Report cards again??? . . . part-time work for Senior Commercials . . . University Women's Club Meeting . . . "Do teen- agers understand their parents? debate for Central High Family meeting . . . "Harlem Globetrottersn movie . . . Patrol Boys benefit movie . . . Physical Ed. is introduced . . . Lent is on . . .free day for St. Scholastica's'. . . Stackpole employ- ment tests . . . "Cupid" dance by Sopho- mores . . . "Why be afraid" play by Fresh- men for C.S.M.C. MARCH Tied with Clearfield for Eastern title . . . "Trial at Tara" and "Gift of St. Patrick" for C.S.M.C .... "Father of the Year" and "Midge minds her sister's business" for Father Gregory's nameday . . . Easter eggs on sale! Sweater selection by Jun- iors . . . Retreat by Father Hacherl . . St. Benedict's day free. APRIL Easter vacation! Report cards again . . . Dramatic Conference at Ambridge . . . Seniors tour Stackpole . . . Speer Scholar- ship test . . . Forty Hours at St. Marys . . .Junior Prom. MAY Thespian Initiation . . . May Crowning . . . Standard rings by "l957" . . . Senior Prom . . . "American Hamlet" play for Father Donald . . . Adieu or Farewell for some! X rl. GCA? 'P 2 L.- -fs ,su K 3-f Y Q Qs Ze..-X fir pf , M, ff? L ' 1? , itlg ill X I X Fill ,Mx li, X fl' f , C - 5' l ' ' bb 4-MY-J x K f J kfL "-E"l' ,Zz il 1 cfzlff 'J 5 1 --A 73 'I 4 THE MENU STA Fil? .-4 mf' x fi' Donald Magistrelli Art Ed' , itor, Jerome Steele, Alicia Reuscher, Sports Editors, Grace Erich, Janice Pistner, Typing Editors, Sister Benedict, Advisor, Ignatius Schaut, Picture Editor, Mr. Sulftey, Taylor Repre- sentative, William Clancy, Editor-in-Chief, Patrick Ryan, Associate Editor, Dennis Smith, Assistant Editor, Carleen Straub, Picture Editor, Nancy Klatman, Assistant Editor, Carol Ht ' Skok, Managing Editor. ofman, Art Editor, Barbara Qui. H , 1 '-j-sjygfi ' ' . . . cf?fi14iS'4'f'2:'.4- . ff- .1..,Z'27Q" E-7rQce33ji?3-J Jn- ,.,:e,,'.,f.' -. "JE:-1... . sg:-:LT-fx-., 'ar ,,v....ggf-q,...vke..-rw . ' ..9,25E45...-mx, ' ei ,j'f1Q,, 'iff - i 'eff-Seiz-, -::.1'-1" Leif-1:,,k f Vg-X I. .-. - 12.4. 4' Iiifglflii? . , cw tee' eff..-rw-2 '- f. ease , " i 9 fe-A ' - me - ' . ' - I"'X,,T' QWZ' '4 . ' Ill gf- H ' rf.-1:51-1' . ,ge-w ef . .aififri , fri.: sam. -wtw. . '- Y . 1 ' . 'lltgze-' f - -1. . we-J-efrf'r1iefwe,xeHn1'-.'-'img' L 'N 'f4"w?- -. mffiaf -- -- .- ,.,. ' -can -. -IlQ,,,gL-1 1-s. -' f " -2 ' ..:,-.El4E,::.d:i,,f i.wi:7vc.J11y.-.A?5:.- .:,:W.A,.i.. .. ..,1-113.3 5.,:gE.ig,1 ,,,.,.,,A..,As:.,,i,. . -- .w-V-41.-ev.---.-2 -.. .. 4--,-4-1.--.-. ' A ' " ' " ' ' - . -Affzff.:i-f.,':'q',:,,-fu." . -- . voL. xv y ST. MARYS, PA., DECEMBER, 1955 NO, 2 HONOR ROLL lst Quarter 96.8 Rupprecht, Eleanorg 96.2 Klatman, Nancyg 95.5 Gorman, Patrick: 95.1 Garner, Paulineg 95 Cuneo, Shirleyg 95 Lecker ACHIEVEM ENT R0 12 A SOCIATION Bauer. F 95 Miller, Ruth: 95 Pfeuifer Hannibal, Margaret' "' 94.6 Sora Kat een g 92.6 L 92.3 I l Jane rhel Distler Jerilyn, Jerome: tner, Wx Wolfe, Cl FICATES Fleming, n by: Marilyn SPSHCQ, A1 Counnnef Rigard, Dor- Eichmiller, A I Fahey, wcm-rv Mary Eich- 90.8 Cheatli 9 9 S Gefaldmexe Smeal. ow,xn9f Schreiber, 90.8 Sporner S an HQFOSV mmg, lanhouman, CX b man qia Eckert, 90.6 SCl'l2ttZ, J S Spods' JC XNCXSI Carol A hx OQ lab Cxfeuhncfv Reuscher, 90.6 Schneif. berbeygeff es' Marx! gan' Nxailxniiad at niflh yanel 'CT ge' -ertiicateg gina: 90-5 G0 Ronald l'laEW...of W? gene lf Claes, Seaway Dem Ln, 'Repo' C, R25 re: Diane Carol: 90.5 Sc.. social' epofxcfsf H of lable' Ednov-lc' wpxslv O, RUP9'Cme Hamm Ixkafxlve Grace: 90.3 Dewald, Jane, Patricia Freuxe -50:43. Rated al Xe Oneoweueffe Swutkevk DREW Elean Scolarll ACOUNXUQ. iamg 90.3 Sutton, Edwarc. .andknQ1 Bob' 5v1.a0N5vkSOf. S2 Donna KR nom Graf Ce Efxcbf Y bxe. A02 xdbauev, wetter, Michaelg 90.1 Gii S' aw el. Sxvcapxsuan, Nxanaeehx E Chen axmonl Gfa W hom 13 evsxer Fe 90.1 Weber, Martha: 90 Ge Manor' Sr- K euskness Hem S90 Xl, Domxhvq wird 'O Q gflnofv Malburg, Katharineg 90 R E .cava SW 'geporleff Om lable. Y WPS' ,as-Swan I V,,,,V,,. . 89.8 Bauer, Gloriag 89.8 Ly. B:rbefber9e" and row' hwdy Vowsifgf Sclwade. Sherry, Patriciag 89.7 Wrigh 3 ,ew Sec mance. mg, A.,, " H 17.0822 Sf tlge total enrgllme. 200615, 3f:'IQo,qef- in .r 'mm' 0 ' eqmfemen S are - fc' f of 9094 in Subjects and in delwrl Schw 1 NATIONAL ESSAY CERTIFI 1 1 ' ' A "' 2. . . Hearty congratulations to Barbara Skok, . Carol Hathorn, Lavern Lenze, and Janice All A Smeal, who received certificates of Accept- ff. 'fjb ' ., gf ance for essays submitted for the Annual - 1 21? if Anthology, YOUNG AMERICA SPEAKS. Jerome Steel , Diane fimt ndy Marconi, Georgia R b n, Carl Steele als-as -ff gmm y y y y T T gl if ill U N ll TC D One of The biggesT Thrills of our high school years was spending our "April in Paris" April 23, from 9 unTil 12 in The gymnasium. Upon enTering, one was immediately Trans- porTed To The hearT of gay Paree, wiTh iTs side Walk cafes, Parisian arTisTs, TradiTional flower carTs and iTs Eiffel Tower, which served as cenTer piece. .ff ' ca, Q a PRDM Music was furnished by the "Rhythm in Blue." King and Queen ot the Prom were Ann Herb- stritt and Donald Sherry with .lacquelyn Largey and Ronald Nissel winning door prizes. The committees included Frances Fritz, Carol Hoffman, Dolores Felton, Verna Gerber, William Clancy, Andrew Marconi, Donald Magistrelli and John Gump. ,ff 1 titil F A l ii f ,l A A, ' 'M ssif fQ is l Months of advanced planning combined with weeks of industrious decorating resulted in what we think was the prettiest Prom ever. l Wm 2 ff f qrrfdvrvr gif if 1 ' ,?gE"3,ff'f??gfffJl5.i?f' ffl, fsz ff , 1 f ,gf 3 A if f,Qfuf?j1 Q I 'WY 15 H ff- Sw fu: I , w . X, K. Q , ,Q 4? A A 5 I ff ' 4 x K f,,,2'xf , .V A .W + Wai ,ww XX ' .' x iwf fig N SN APS U H1 TJEWUE, MW 'X . 'FW M fvfk W W wwf, 1 Q15 ilk, QSM' iw' , ,dy N 'N M f. 92' A r y Aw ,,x ,H5 1 XX 2 is ,Mr qr'QA:m,vH'x X f ngtnyiergi ww f' If , X' WG 1,40 gf ff Qfff' ' f. f fig! I . D Lh Ca oly Joa Muller Ro QF' r ef 78 . J Gail S he R Chard Straub DnSrh 'UQ xx JUNIIUR PRUM King and Queen-Donald Sherry, Ann Herbstrin Attendants-Jacquelyn, Ronald Nissel. Crown Bearers-Jimmy Lenze, Jane Schaut. Decorators-Dennis Smith, Jane Lambert, Carol Hoffman, Richard Straub. MAY CRUWVNIING QSQWQQEQFQEEQQQ QQUQQSM 6349295 QBEMQMQSQDOGJQSQ 1-'f"' -J -si it ., gr .M M ,kg J. K J- ii' ,L sw: ark if an - k , ' A 1. A, -,K 1 .,, 1 9' - Qt J . , ss . , i is fi A . - J . J i Annual May Crowning of Central High School took place on Friday, May 6, at 9:45. Teachers and students, singing traditional May hymns, marched in procession from the Center Street entrance to the front of the building where a beautifully decorated al- tar, banked with lilacs, had been erected by the Juniors. Tony Brody, Bill Bauer, Tom Gerg and Art Heary had the honor of carrying the Blessed Virgin on her throne. May Queen Peggy Gnan was accompa- nied by Senior attendants Vivian Hanes and Gloria Ballerini, Juniors Carol Hoffman and Georgia Robertson, Sophomores Eleanor James and Mary Weis. Miss Gwynne Schaefer, Freshman, was crown bearer. Misses Donna Piccolo and Patty Ann Rogan were flower girls. After blessing of the crown and the ac- tual crowning ceremony, Rev. Father Donald lead a decade of the rosary, litany and prayers of consecration. ,Yi 111 :gy 'Lyn The Catholic Students' Mission Crusade at their first meeting held the annual enthronement of the Sacred Heart on October 26, Seniors in charge. The students renewed their dedication through the Act of Consecra- tion and Litany led by Rev. Father Donald, Moderator. The program, opened by Father Lord's hymn "To Christ the King", was based on the theme for National Youth Week. lU5lRAXM,ATllQ A c. 1 M1,vw W YOU DON'T BELONG TO ME John Butz, Shelby Gordon, Carolyn Ross, Patsy Gordon, John Herbst, Mr. Mitchell, Frances Fritz, Ethel Gordon, Carol Hoffman, Jennie Winfield, the big surprise, Stanley Brock, Wayne Gordon, a high school senior, Mary Weis, Diana Hughes, Wayne's former girl friend. ,--o BOYS' DRAMATIC ARTS Front row: Karl Steele, Ronald Haberberger, John Gump, William Clancy, Edward Catalone, Andrew Marconi, Jerome Steele. Second row: James Gabler, Stanley Brock, Richard Goetz, Mr. Demchak, As- sistant Director, John Butz, William Schwentner, John Herbst. Top row: David Schaut, Joseph Kim, Antonio Palumbo, Gary Kraus, Lawrence Schloder. Ronald Haberberger, Diane Pfaff and Jane Lambert in "Sittin' Pretty" fifr-W, Q 2 l iw SITTIN' Ellen Krauss, Mavis Hull, Andrew Marconi, Jimmy Daily, Nancy Klatman, Doris Hull, Edward Catalone, Bert Davis, Nlary Detsch, Aunt Jenny, William Clancy, Larry Champion. THE SHOCK OF HIS LIFE 5 H2 www John Kromko, Mr. Maxwell, father, Frances Fritz, Connie, elder daughter, Richard Goetz, Wilbur, the son, Antonio Palumbo, Hercules, WiIbur's pal, Ann Herbstritt, Mrs. Maxwell the mother, Diane Schreiber, Betty Lou, daughter. 84 Q.. 3 ,Q 1+ N ' ha- fs 1 . , Sisters Elizabeth and Sister Anita and Edward Rose. Catalone Jerome Steele Hugh Shannan, Carleen Straub, Susan Skeets, Diane Pfaff, Nancy Cornell Karl Steele, Chester Clune, Jane Lambert, Daisy Mae, Ronald Haberberger George Enright. DRAMATHCS The Dramatic Arts Club, a member of the National Thespian Society, Troupe 658, has striven to make this year an outstanding one in our dramatic activities. It is sponsored by Sr. Rose, without whose untiring efforts our club could never be the success it is today. A contributing factor in the success of our big play was Mr. Demchak, who volunteered to manage the lighting and staging and helped in the directing. This year we can boast of the largest number of members our club has ever had, a total of one hundred seventeen. At the first meeting in September, the senior members elected the following officers: President, Jane Lambert, Vice Presi- dent, William Clancy, Secretary, Jerome Steele, and treasurer, Carleen Straub. For our three-act play, an annual event, we selected "Sittin' Pretty," a farce com- edy which was a tremendous success. Practice was commenced October 3, and hard work is not an apt description of what took place during the day that fol- lowed. On November 20, a matinee was given for the grade pupils and the nuns, and two more evening performances were held the following days for the general public. Many favorable comments were received. "You don't belong to me" was staged for the Family Association of our school, December ll, and this gave the parents and faculty an opportunity to view our accomplishments. The cast did an exceptional job on this play and everyone thor- oughly enioyed it. Next, a Christmas operetta was presented twice for the school, most of the players being freshmen and they can well be proud of the good performance, their first opportunity to act. The Dramatic club has many plans for the future including the annual state regional conference to be held this year at Ambridge, Pa. 20th of April and in June the big event, the Sixth National Dramatic Arts Conference at indiana Uni- versity, Bloomington, Indiana. Nineteen members plan to attend. These confer- ences will conduct various workshops where the students may become educated in some of the arts of playsuacting, staging, and even helpful hints on prompting. The students are given an opportunity to witness plays presented by other stu- dents as well as to participate in any of the workshops. Many more plays and entertainments are being planned for special occasions. Four members have achieved four gold stars which entitles them to Honor Thespians: outstanding performances, William Clancy and Andrew Marconi, per- formances and ever-ready assistance in every department, Jane Lambert, humble work of managing and back-stage work John Gump. Ignatius Schaut, who took a great interest in improving our stage lighting, is an Honorary Thespian member. Artists who deserve honorable mention for Art work are Verna Gerber and Donald Magistrelli. Behind the scenes 'VW' 6 i s ' t all W r Q' f i. A y. , Ps. THE GIFT UF Back: Chorus4Margaret Hannibal, Joanne Diehl, Suzanne Sorg, Gretchen Spence, Ruth Miller, Jerilyn O'Hern, Dorothy Eichmiller, Joyce Pfeufer Y? J. x .by l '. , J , ,r we ff tfftlii-a 1 1 Veronica Samick, Laura Elston, Kathleen Erich, Mary B. Schlimrn. Doris Hoehn, Patricia Prechtel, Jane Distler, Ann Lecker, Beverly Uhernick, Jane DeWald, Mary Leitza, Elizabeth Keenen, Frances Fritz, Gloria Bauer, Pianist. DRAMATICS-FRESHMAN GIRLS Front row: Jane DeWald, Margaret Hannibal, Susan Cashman, Carol VanDerlin, Jane Distler, Joan Ehrens- berger, Ann Fritz, Betty Ann Keenen, Kathy Clark, Judy Lenze, Ruth Miller, Second row: Mary Leitza, Diane Moriarity, Dorothy Eichmiller, Gloria Vollrner, Patricia Meyer, Rosemary Miles, Gail Geeck, Joan Heiberger, Linda Knouse, Diane Rinella, Marilyn Geyer, Patricia Loeffler, Theresa D'Arnore. Third row: Catherine Sterbank, Joyce Pfeufer, Mary Ann Feldbauer, Sharlene Gerber, Mary Grieggs, Suzanne Sorg, Ann Lecker, Mary B. Straub, Laura Elston, Gretchen Spence, Sandra Clouser, Joanne Diehl, Mary Ann Herzing, Myrna Largey. Top row: Beverly Uhernick, Patricia Prechtel, Rose Rupprecht, Joyce Kupplee Weiser, Mary K. Goetz, Mary Beth Schlimm, Nancy Knight, Pauline Garner, Catherine Malburg, Jerilyn O'Hern, Gloria Bauer, Judy Van-Slander. i Jr f HRHSTMAS L oieiaiaewrtra All 'wt il a Front: Karl Steele, Jerome Steele, Wisemen, Gary Kraus, Shepherd, Ronald Haberberger, Wiseman, Paula Halloran, Blessed Mother, Richard Goetz, St. Joseph, James Kraus, William Schwentner, Lawrence Schloder, Shepherds. DRAMATICS-SENIOR, JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE GIRLS Front row: Mary Detsch, Carol Hoffman, Diane Luhr, Carolyn Ross, Nancy Klatman, Jane Lambert, Carleen Straub, Diane Schreiber, Jean Haberberger, Ellen Krauss, Diane Pfaff, Cecilia Carino, Frances Fritz. Second row: Ronaleen Siecker, Constance Bridge, Martha Weber, Joanne Schloder, Veronica Samick, Alice Ham- mer, Paula Halloran, Veronica Hoffman, Margaret Pfeufer, Kathleen Erich, Doris Hoehn, Patricia Vollmer. Third row: Susan Lyons, Ann Gerber, Eleanor James, Phyllis Arnold, Mary Weis, Arthalinda Spence, Priscilla Nero, Marilys Schlimm, Judy Vollmer, Justine Garbic, Janet Leithner, Julia Williams. Top row: Karen Gerg, Mary Fehrenbach, Vsla Feldbauer, Geraldine Fahey, Sandra Dinsmore, Joan Miller, Jean Herbst, Mary Cochrane, Janice Smeal, Anne l-lerbstritt, Roseann Scolari. u,Q.W s'g s f 6 Q fl s. F' 1 Q j,. ,,"2. 44 M? Q 'wi 1 F 9 EE CLUB A """ Q Firsf I, D. Scholfvi E. Jam M- Sc relberf D ss' A- G had ' Ullgn erber M- Far S' J' M7 ' F' Ffit I C' ROS f ll, . 'le, Z' M, 5' C. Pfafg EAeKraThfrd ,OCV-ELS Rupp,,eChrKlqRoganl J llfofiwman, N KI uss M ' . Herb f . He ' er S, ' arma ' ' Schlim Shir' rbsfffrr ' A' Spa n' C- S ml M ' C. Ca . f J. En '7Ce, 5 fraub ' Fehfen Uno, V 961, P econd ' Mrs, y bad-, ' COCI7 ' Nero row: E efze, . f V I . - VV' ' D . Feldbaugfi S6 Dinsxrewers, J. Sfffjff H. Mgliilfessx ' Gbric P ' G- Fai-, ' D. Sch 'sleh ' ' Arnold ey' A. R Helder , K. Ge euscher ' rg, I D, ox, First row: J. Bucheif, J. Newell, J. Haberberger, G. Siauffer, D. Luhr, G. Robertson, J. Lambert, Mrs. Yetzer, Directressp B. Skok, M. Deisch, E. Bauer, B. Schaefer, S. Siauffer, V. Gerber. Second row: R. A. Scolari, C. Ehrensberger, S. Feile, C. Breindel, J. Miller, J. Fledderman, M. Hacherl, J. Wright, J. Schloder, M. Weber, G. Schaefer, J. Williams, D. Hoehn. Third row: J. Leiihner, M. Pfeufer, R. Ginfher, P, Halloran, K. Erich, J. Nekuza, M. Engel, P. Frey, C. Hathorn, P. Vollmer, G. Newell, B. Schatz. 1.-r""""' -63 ...i...Qf-me F reieiues GERMAN CLUB Front row: F. Fritz, N. Klatman, C. Straub. Sec- ond row: C. Sterbank, M. Haberberger, J. Lam- bert, D. Schreiber. Third row: C. Carino, V. Ger- ber, M. Rogan, H. Schlimm. Fourth row: M. J. Heary, N. Gleixner, C. Ross. Fifth row: W. Hagan, M. Fischer. Sixth row: J. Gump, J. Hanes. Standing: Sister Imelda, N. Sherry. LIBRARY From left to right: J Werner, R, Pistner, A. Hasselman. Second row: H. Schlimm, D. Schreib- er, G. Sporner, L. Forster. Third row: M. Schade, 5. Dinsmore, R. Kneidel K. Lecker. Fourth row Sister Agnes, R. Rup precht, R. McQuone. 90 STAMP CLUB Front row: P. Gerg, J Hoehn, J. Gabler. Sec ond row: Sister Gene vieve, G. Sporner, M. B Schlimm, L. Elston, L Forster. Third row: N Frey, M. A, Herzing, N Knight, P. Frey. Q., OFFICERS CATHOLIC STUDENTS' MISSION CRUSADE Sq, . MALLISON ,, M. K. ROG J. PISTNER G. ERNST Secretary President 4 Vice President THSGS'-'VG' ,A f i 1 4 'f ve. . .'- ' ix Ll 1 I I S xx J 4 :hx dj fi 'I Mission CLUB ' First row: D. Schneider, R. M. Ginther, G. Schaefer, A. Hamner. Second row: R. A. Scolari, D. Hoehn, J. Rippy, E. Wickett, J. Brennen, R. Frey. Third row: J. Covac, C. Cheatle, G. Grasser, M. Bologna, G. Fleming. Fourth row: Sister, M. Evangelist, J. Leithner, M. Pfeiffer, M. Lecker, N. Supon. Fifth row: G. Stauffer, M. Weber, V. Haller, J. Schloder, P. Halloran, K. Erich. . 17 A I ' I Af ax f, I 15 9.7 ri iii I LATIN CLUB OFFICERS First row: G. Schaefer, J. Brunner, Imperatores, J. Schloder, R. Zamboldi, Duces, M. Weber, T. Kneidel, Legati. Second row: J. Rippy, K. Erich, Quaestores, J. Butz, M. Bologna, Tribuni, R. Ginther, A. Hammer, Praefecti. Third row: A, Palumbo, S. Cuneo, J. Shaffer, Consules, B. A. Keenen, K. Clark, M. Qeyer, P. Garner, Scribae. 0 I 4, .,:'.' La I tfyaxfa . ' .V -,,.o gf. iibbil Ak f, - x ', 1-3 ,A W. H . N . ,.,,.. , 1' UP' USTEN W LM im MAIN BULLETIN BOARD i C. Ehrensberger, S. Feile, R. Ginther, J. Lecker Window clispla f A with some of the aims and 1' ex. ffl 4 a A Q . 'WW , xi.. n Kg! fax' my ! if J wig, . wk '4,, Lg, 'I P-.......,,f :- W D9Yk??535f?I?QYfFf5 . , V lylfvlfprifgfwf W y or merican Educaiion Week ac ua' 1 d h q me te area accompiishmenfs of the school. ,.v 1 , ,mmx A 1 ,.., ,1 he 4 I "WM, J, l,,-,mn H K. T U H 1? P Win .N f Ak K ,'. 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V i 4 M I MW . :V 1 l ,f I 1 V- I 51 In " T-if' 'I 'lg-W -:', :Wy V, fl ', ' W IN 'WW 7 if fp My -1 Q9 f , , f My e ' ff wg "f'1!'W ff K' M V 342 J fi1'm w l1I'1' 'ffl ' K W f f' K 1f1f. fff4. ,h,rf M f .mg 5, f "' ' 'I I " 1 ', I -I, , 'jf in W W ' WM . X b f i :Wir U ' i ' ll fy J! M44 1 WIT! g IU 'I r 2 5 K W J U I L Ry! 5 V U , X X N X X V' ,, E - , f .f 4 Aq Azg - : , Q I V LV' f I lfll W' 11 I , EI f 1 A ATT Q.: M , HLETXQ S BASEBALL Top row: Coach Ed Bridge, Arr Heary, George Bauer, Sonny Lenze, Clifford Pfoutz, Larry Lyons, Ray Rupprecht. Middle row: Tom Fritz, Gail Salter, Tom Gerg, Dick Straub. Front row: John Gutowski, Don Magistrelli, Pat Schaefer, Jim Fritz, Don Struble. is K . i955 CENTRAL HIGH BASEBALL RECORD Central .o,,,,, ,o,o.... O Kersey H . ..., -. 2 Central ,,o,o,o , ,.....o,o7 2 Kersey ,o,..,o 3 Q10 lnningsj Central .,,e.. ,e..,... 2 Clearfield St. Francis O Central ,.,,., .,..,,,a 8 Clearfield St. Francis 2 Central aa,.aa a,,..,,, 0 Weedville ,o,o..,o,A....oo, 7 BASKETBALL Q14 A ,L My ' x ' V RENE NICKLAS , " '.2' F , 55 ,fl I , J 3 ,Q S F , D i if, 5 i .Taj X SONNY LENZE X' WX ,. F W5 V g fi g if 1 L 5 Q ,x , BILL CLANCY DICK STRAUB 1 CRUSADERS-1955-1956 , ..-' I A .fx Q A . x X5 xg K Xa K jf TUB HASSELMAN Q27 ' RAY RUPPRECHT lDR1l1BlB1l..llNG DUWN THE COURT 11955556 1'-if The Central Crusaders produced a fine team this year in spite of losing its first four men. Coach Tom Bebble took over Varsity and George Bauer, the J. V.'s. Nine out of 10 league games was a very good average. The Church Street boys had their only defeat in league play at Clearfield, losing by 10 points. Their overall wins were 16, losses 5, the latter being to Johnstown, Clearfield, Oil City and St. Vincent. ln the scoring department Tub Hasselman took honors with 353 points to his credit. Following him were Rene Nicklas with 290, Sonny.Lenze, 167, Dick Straub, 123. The Crusaders were tied with Clearfield for the Eastern section of the Diocese, each losing one game to the other. The score in the playoff with them, March 1, at DuBois, was 44-40 in our favor. The first game of the playoffs with the West- ern part of the Diocese at Greenville, March 3, gave St. Michael's the advantage, 59 to 76. As this must go to press, the results of the second game, March 6, at the Gym, cannot be given. The Junior Varsity had a successful season also, 16 wins, 3 defeats. In scoring, Don Sain tallied 222, Jake Meyer, 131, Karl Wegemer, 115. Captain Bill Clancy, Coach Tom Bebble, Athletic Director Father Donald, J. V. Coach George Bauer, J. V. Captain Don Sain. SCHEDULE Central .,..... 57 Alumni 51 Central ..... 56 Oil City . , 51 Central ........,...,,. 58 Punxy ,.,, W 21 Central . Lost ...... 56 Johnstown . . . 88 Central .,..,............... 59 Collegiates ,,,, ,,,,.,, 3 9 Central ..... Lost. ..... 42 Clearfield .. .. . 52 Central .... . .... 56 Renovo ...... ..., , .. 31 Central 83 Ridgway ........ ,. 45 Central ................ 41 Clearfield ., .. 40 Central ............. 58 DuBois ........... ..,.... 4 8 Central Lost. 38 St. Vincent ....... ..,. . . 41 Central ............... 81 Bradford ..,..... .... , , 51 Central .................... 48 Renovo 21 Central Lost ....,,, 42 Oil City ,,,.,. W , H 44 Central ..................., 45 Weedville ,.,,,, ,, .,,, 35 Central ......... ....... 4 2 DuBois ,..,.. ,..,,, 3 9 Central ...,..... 50 Ridgway ,,,,,,,, 40 Central ..... 54 Punxy ,,,,,,,, 37 Central ......... .. .... 49 Bradford . ,.... ,,,,,. , 47 Central.. ...... 60 Weedville ,..., ,,,,, . A0 Central .......78 Johnstown .... .. 59 " ARSHT ia SKETBALL -Q. 'd i PETE STAUFFER Left to right: Leonard Paar, William Clancy, James Werner, Richard Wiechman, FATHER DONALD Manager Stanley Brock, Coach Tom Bebble, Richard Straub, LeRoy Hasselman, Rene Nicklas, Director Lavern Lenze, Raymond Rupprecht. A I I 4. JOVUYS Front row: Gervase Wortman, Patrick Schaefer, Thomas Krug, William Werner, Dick Zamboldi, John Bauer, Coach George Bauer. Top row: James Shaffer, Robert Zamboldi, Tom Kneidel, Karl Wegemer, 4 Joseph Halloran, Donald Sain, James Meyer, Francis Jacob, Manager. JOV0 QHEERLEADERS Lefl : Rlgl'1'l': Gwynne Schaefer Paula Halloran Veronica Haller Q VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 17 Karen Gerg Priscilla Nero Eleanor James, Dolores Felton, Mary Weis, Nancy Klatman, Carol Hoffman, Martha Weber, Marilys Schlimm. VOLLEYBALL Team I, PLYMOUTH-Front row: Frances Fritz, Mary B. Straub, Helen Pistner, Joan Ehrensberger. Second row: Nancy Klat man, Doris Schneider, Rita Glass. Top row: Geraldine Fahey Mary V. Cochrane, Mary Ann Herzing. Q 'if Q: Team 2, CHRYSLER-Front row: Leah Straub, Patricia Vollmer, Jane Lambert. Second row: Mary Beth Schlimm, Mary Detsch. Top row: Pauline Garner. if Team 3, BUICK-Front row: Mary K. Rogan, Mary K. Goetz. Second row: Verna Gerber. Top row: Mary Fehrenbach. 'Qui Team 4, CADILLAC-Front row: Janice Smeal, Beverly Uhernick, Jane Rigard. Second row: Patricia Schaberl, Katherine Mal- burg, Nancy Knight, Helene Schlimm, Top row: Gretchen Spence, Joan Steele. 1:5 mv' fpfwa 111905 VULLEYBALL Team 6, MERCURY-Front row: Carol Hoffman, Marilyn Geyer, Team 5, De SOTO-Front row: Carol.VanDerlin, Jane DeWaId, Ann Fritz. Second row: Carolyn Ross, Janet Frey, Catherine Alice Reuscher. Second row: Mary Leitza, Jean Herbst. Top Sterbank. Top row: Ellen Krauss, Joyce Eckert. .ix row: Joan Heiberger, Gail Geeck. Q K Em, ' ..... Team 7, PACKARD-Front row: Lois Dinsmore, Susan Lyons Diane Moriarity. Second row: Diane Luhr, Martha Weber, JoAnn Schloder. Top row: Gertrude Dinsmore, Gretchen Straub, Diane Rinella. Team 8, CHEVROLET-Front row: Betty Ann Keenan, Susan Sorg, Jean Habefberger. Second row: Ann Davis, Dorothy Eichmiller, Carol Sterbank. Top row: Margaret Pfeuter, Mary Ann Feldbauer. I03 VULLEYBALL PM Team 9, FORD-Front row: Janice Pistner, Patricia Loeffler, Jo- Team 10, DODGE-Front row: Marilys Schlimm, Laura Elsion anne Diehl- Second I'0W1 Grace EFJCIW, Veronica Heller, Affha- Grace Stauffer. Second row: Jane Distler, Joan Brennen, Bar linda Spence. Top row: Carol Dippold. bara Skok. Top row: Joyce Pfeufer, Rose Rupprechr. Where's The Ball? OILILEYBAILIL. Coming? or The memories ot hard fought and exciting games wTll remain in the hearts of those who participated in this year's volleyball schedule. The league consisted of ten teams due to the large freshman class who took a great interest in making this year a successful one in volleyball. The results thus tar with names of teams and captains are: V DeSOTO Won Marilyn Schneider, Alicia Reuscher ........ 7 VII PACKARD Diane Luhr, Lois Dinsmore ..,.... II CHRYSLER 7 Mary Detsch, Jane Lambert ....... ....... 6 IX FORD Grace Erich, Janie Pistner .,.,.., ,....,. 5 VI MERCURY Carol Hoffman, Carolyn, Ellen Krauss 4 Lost I I 2 3 4 III BUICK Going? Won Mary K. Rogan, Verna Gerber G cc,. 3 I PLYMOUTH . Nancy Klatman, Frances Fritz ...c,a c,c, 3 VIII CHEVROLET Jean Haberberger, Carol Sterbank IV CADDY Jane Rigard, Helen Schlimm .,,.. X DODGE Barbara Skok, Grace Stautter ...... 3 I I Lost 3 5 5 7 7 I05 5 iw Mal -- VOLLEY BALL I. Don't get scairf! 2. Nice try, Mary Beth IO6 gan i ? 5. s J isps----M, .3 41 igwwx ACTIIU 3. She's go? it! 4. DOTIIT just stand there, hit ir!! GHRLSV lE5AXSllilETlP3nAXLlL Front row: Janet Frey, Beverly Uhernick, Gretchen Spence, Carol VanDerlin, Joanne Diehl, Pauline Garner, Suzanne Sorg, Mary B. Straub. Second row: Margaret Pfeufer, Mary K. Goetz, Mary B. Schlirnm, Jane DeWald, Betty A. Keenen, Ann Fritz, Laura Elston. Top row: Katherine Malburg, Nancy Knight, Dorothy Eichmiller, Mary Leitza, Patty Loefller, Sandra Clouser, Mary A. Herzing. 6" wswg iv ll F' I Z . ffeacfff 65 'Q 3? Yr' -9 G-7 f Front row: Helene Schlimm, Alicia Reuscher, Lois Dinsmore, Diane Luhr, Carolyn Ross. Second row: Lois Lynch, Margaret Dornisch, Virginia Cochrane, Janice Smeal, Jean Herbst, Marilys Schlimrn. Third row: Veronica Haller, Doris Schneider, Martha Weber, JoAn Schloder, Ann Davis. Top row: Judy Williams, Patty Vollmer, Mary Farrell, Nancy Supon. it , R AAPY5 PATRUNS We express cleepesT Thanks To all our Business and Friendly PaTrons and To all oThers who in any way assisTecl us in presenTing This TwenTy-sevenTh Volume of The MEMO. BUSH ESS PATRUNS A Al's Plumbing 81 Heating Windfall Road Plumbing Services Allen's Sports Store Erie Avenue Sporting Goods, Cameras Armour Leather Co. Tannery Street Leather Arnold, Clarence J. 476 Maple Street General Insurance Auman's Store 352 Church St. Grocer Auto, G. 81 H. Body Shop Million Dollar Highway Auto Repairs Avenue Market Erie Avenue Grocer 'Ayrshire Dairy Kersey Road Dairy Products B Barney's Eschbach Rd. Tavern Bayer Furniture Co. 202 Depot Street Furniture 'Bebble, William 69 Erie Avenue Sears Roebuck 8K Co. Berman's Erie Ave. Women's Clothing Bob's Army 84 Navy Store Chestnut Street Army 8: Navy Supplies Bob's Diner Erie Ave. Diner 'Boscol Tool Mfg. Co. Daguschahonda Tools Bove, John 221 Market St. Shoe Repairs 'B. P. O. Elks Lafayette St. Social Club 'B. 8. R. Electric Co. Railroad Street Electric Supplies Brennen, Gerald E. 620 N. Michael St. General Contractor 'k Reynoldsville, Pa. Macaroni, Egg Noodles Brown's Boot Shop 125 So. Michael St. Foot Wear 'Builders arid Mfg. Co. l25-l3l Fourth St. Lumber 'k'kS'I5 'k'k'ks2O 'k-k5l'1ES25 Brockway Macaroni Supply Co. Burgess, Doris 337 Brussells St. Beautician Burke Bros. Million Dollar Highway Construction 81 Supplies 'Business Firm Compliments 'Business Firm Compliments Buttery Cleaners Eschbach, Rd. Dry Cleaners C Cancilla, Pete 215 So. Michael St. Barber Shop Carino's Men Shop Brussells Street Men's Clothing Catholic Knights of St. G St. Marys, Pa. Catholic Organization 'Celin's Shoe Service l'lO So. Michael St. Shoe Repair Center Rink Emporium, Pa. Skating 'Central Drug Store 39 N. St. Marys St. Drug Store eorge l09 Colonial Linen Shoppe 208 Brussells St. Linens 'Consolidated News Agency Erie Ave. News Articles 'Corbett Cabinet Co. Spruce St. Lumber ' Corner Restaurant l2O So. Michael St. Restaurant Cotter's Garage Hall Avenue Oldsmobile Dealer Country Tavern So. Michael Rd. Tavern 'Crystal Beverages Ma u rus Street Beverages D 'Daily Press Brussells St. News Paper, Printing Dauer's Sports Store 426 Washintgon St. Sporting Goods DeLullos Erie Ave. Shoe Store Detsch Bus Line So. St. Marys St. Transportation 'Detsch Garage So. St. Marys St. Auto Garage 'STO "Sl5 -k'k'kS2O 'k Dilley, Evelyn, Beauty Shoppe 339 Erie Avenue Beautician E Eagen Hardware So. Michael St. Appliances, Hardware Eckert's Sunoco Service 965 Brussells Street Auto Repair Economy Cleaners I6 N. Michael St. Dry Cleaning 'Elk Building Materials Incorp. Troutrun Road "Everything in the Building Line" 'Elk Candy Co. 252 Market St. Candy Elk Casino Washington St. Est. Food 84 Drink Elk County Dairy 246 Chestnut St. Dairy Products Elk Monument Co. 236 Brussells St. Monuments 'Elk Motor Sales 315 So. St. Marys St. Mercury 84 Ford Enterprise Printing House 95 Erie Avenue Printers 84 Stationers Erich Motors Marus St. Dodge and Plymouth Dealer 'k'k'kS25 'Erich, J. W. 640 So. St. Marys St. Trucking F Family Market 463 Chestnut St. Groceries 'Farmers 84 Merchants Bank lOl N. St. Marys St. Banking Fedder's Erie Ave. Jewelry Ferragine, John l l6 West Erie Ave. Barber Shop 'Ferraro, A. 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Marys TheaTer No. Michael ST. TheaTer ST. Marys Transfer Co. STBTG Sl. Transfer -k "ST. Marys TrusT Co. ComplimenTs ST. Marys Used Car CenTer Million Dollar Highway Cars ST. Marys Vulcanizing Works MarkeT ST. Vulcanizing RST. Marys Wood Specialty Co. N. ST. Marys Rd. Building Maferials Sam's 27 Erie Ave. Men's CloThing STore Sammy's Shoe STore 239 Brussells ST. Shoe Sales Sarginger, TracTor 84 Imp. Co. Eschbach Rd. Ford TracTor 8. Dearborn Equip. Sausage ManuTacTuring Co. 2127 Penn. Ave., PiTTs., Pa. Cheese, TomaToes 'Sav-on Hardware 213 Brussells ST. Hardware, PainT 84 Appliances SchauT, MargareT BeauTy Shoppe 415 WashingTon ST. BeauTician 'iSchIimm, Charles G. Brussells ST. Insurance Schlimm's MarkeT Brussells ST. Groceries Schloder's Garage 402 WashingTon ST. PonTiac Dealer Schwabenbauer's Farm Eschbach Rd. Farm ProducTs Scolari TV Sales 84 Service 535 WashingTon ST. TV Sales 84 Service ScuTelIa Cleaners 143 WashingTon ST. Drycleaning 84 Tailoring Seel, A. F. Machine Shop 421 N. 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Larry Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Leo, Jr. Tom Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schneider, Harry Schneider, Leo Schneider, Mrs. Louis Schneider, Mark R. Schneider, Ted Schneider, William J. Scolari, Rose Ann Seelye, Mrs. Simon Sembert, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sheehan, Mrs. James Sheehan, Larry Bill Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shields, Crusher Simbeck, Mrs. Andy Simbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simbeck, Sharon Kay Skok, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Smith, Wally Spence, Gretchen St. Anne Society St. Marys Parochial School St. Marys Sodality Staufter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sta utter, Sta utter, Sta uffer, Sta utter, Sta utter, Lee Martha Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steady, Eddie Steblck, Buck, Robert Stebick, Eddie Steele, Edward J. Steele, Mrs. Edward J. Steele, Joan Steele, Richard Steele, William C. Steuernagel, W. Straub, Chip Straub, Frank Straub Gretchen Straub Leah Straub, MaryBea Straub, Mary Lee Struble, David Sorg, Susan Supon, Nancy T Thaddeus, O.S.B., Rev. Father Timothy, O.S.B., Rev. Father Trgovac, Mr. and Mrs. Paul U Uljon, Gabriel V VanSlander, Judy Virgil, O.S.B., Rev. Father Vitello, Barb Vollmer, Judy Vollmer, Patty W Wehler, Carol Weidenboerner, Children Weidenboerner, Mr. and Mrs L J Weis, Mary Wendel, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Werner, Jim Werner, Joe Whitwood, Jim Wickett, Ellen Williams, Frank Williams, R'Dell Williams, Tool, Frank Wolfe, Carol Wolfe, Dick Wykoff, Carol Y Young, Mr. and Mrs. George Young, Tony Z Zamboldi, Dick Zeigler, Mr. ancl Mrs. E. N. PHCTURE ll DEX' Activity .....,.,,...... A..,,,A,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1 Administration .,...,,..... 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Agnes, O.S.B., Sister M. ....,...,.,,........,.,, 11, 90 Archabbot, Denis Strittmatter,-O.S.B. .,,.,., . 8 Arnold, Phyllis ,...,...,.....,,.,...,.,.,,. 36, 87, 89 Arhlafaaa ..r, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 1oo, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107 Baseball .......,..,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96 Bauer, Elizabeth ....,.. .,... 1 2, 17, 31, 67, 89 Bauer, Gloria .4,...... ..,,..... 4 7, 70, 86, 87 Bauer, John ................. ,s,,. 4 7, 57, 93, 99 Bauer, Peter .......,.........,. .,..,,,.. ,,,,, 4 7 , 52 Bauer, Mr. William G. ..,. .....,......... 9 Bayer, Charles ............... ,,,,, 4 7, 61 Bebble, Tom ........,,....,,.,,,,, ,.... 9 8, 99 Beimel, Shirley ..........,......,. 42, 68 Benedict, O.S.B., Sister M. .... ..... 1 1, 74 Benninger, Denis .................. .....,..,,. 4 , 47 Benninger, Winfred ,................... 4, 47, 61 Bernadette, O.S.B., Sister M. ,..... ....... 1 1, 64 Biology .........,,,.....,,,..,.....,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, 6 6 Bobenrieth, Alice .,.. ..... 4 7, 65 Bcbenrieth Floria ,... ..... 4 7, 65 Bobenrieth Regina ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 Bobenrieth, William .....,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47, 65 Bologna Mary .........,,, 42, 68, 82, 88, 91 Briendel, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45, 68, 89 Briendel, Robert ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Brennen, Donald ...,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.. 1 7, 69 Brennen, Joan ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 4 1, 91, 104 Brennen, Josephine ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Brennen, Ronald ,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 7, 57, 65 Bridge, Constance ,...,.. Bridge, Mr. Edward ,.... Bridge, Robert ..... 36, 87, 94 11, 69, 96 56, 63, 68 Brock, James Brock, Stanley ............ 34, 36, 65, 77, 83, 99 48, 57 C.S.M.C. .,..,...... ..,...,.Y......,........,.... 9 1 Cuneo, James ...,, ,,,.,,,.,,,,................. 1 8, 31 Cuneo, Shirley ..,,, ,.,, 4 7, 68, 70, 82, 91 D'Amore, Theresa ...,..,,........,,.,.... 48, 68, 86 Davis, Ann ,,...,,......,..,,., 45, 66, 68, 103, 109 Dedication X A...A,....... .................,....,............. 6 DeGroat, Richard ,.....,..,..,.,,,...,...,A..,,...,.. 42, 63 Demchak, Mr. Peter ,,.............. 11, 13, 61, 83 Detsch, Mary .... 18, 31, 32, 57, 61, 64, 68, 70, 75, 84, 87, 89, 102, 106, 107 Dawald, Jane ......... .. ...... 48, 82, 88, 103, 107 Diehl, Joanne .... 48, 68, 70, 82, 86, 88, 101 1o4 Dinsmore, Gertrude ..48, 68, 82, 103, 104, 106 Dinsmore, Lois .. 19, 31, 64, 67, 103, 104, 106 Dinsmore, Sandra .5...,,..... 37, 87, 88, 89, 90 Dippold, Carol ....,,,.,5..,,,,.... 48, 52, 68, 104 Distler, Jane .... 48, 52, 68, 70, 86, 87, 88, 104 Frey, Gerald ...... ,.,.,.,.., 4 7, 61, 65 Frey, Janet ....... ,,,.. 5 O, 68, 103, 107 Frey, Judith .,,,, .,.... .,............. 5 O , 58, 68 Frey, Nancy .,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,...,.......... 45, 66, 70, 90 Frey, Patricia ,.,,.,,, 37, 70, 75, 88, 89, 90 Frey, Rita ,,.,.......,....,..,......,..,,,,,,, 41, 66, 91 Fritz, Donald ...,....,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,..,....,...,,..,,.. 44 Fritz, Elizabeth .... 4, 50, 61, 86, 88, 103, 107 Fritz, Frances .,.. 20, 31, 32, 57, 67, 77, 83, 84, 87, 88, 89, 90, 102, 107 Fritz, Gerald ......,....... ................... ......... 2 0 Fritz, Mjss Ida .,,,.,, .,,,.,,.. 1 1 Fritz, James ....... ......,....... 3 7, 96 Fritz, Michael ,..., ,....,,........,,........,,,,,,,,.. 4 8 Gabler, James ..,..,,,.,,,.,,,,.,.,,,. 50, 61, 83, 90 Garbic, Justine .,..,.,. 39, 70, 76, 77, 87, 89 Garner, Pauline .... 50, 61, 70, 86, 88, 91, 102, Geeck, 106 ,107 earl ....s.......a.s.as. , 49, 57, 60, 86, 103 Genevieve, O.S.B., iSster M. ,,,. 12, 13, 66, 90 Geraldine, O.S.B., Sister M, ,,.....s,,,,,,,, 12, 13 Distler, Patricia ....,.............,...,,..s....,,..,..,..,,. 39 Donahue, Ann ,.........,...,.,,s,,,,,,,,,...,,.....,..,.... 42 Donald, Q.S.B., Rev. Father .... 7, 10, 11, 13, 80, 82, 98, 99 Dornisch, Margaret ................,...,...,... 36, 107 Dramatics ........................ 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 Drawing .............. .........,.........,s...,..,,,,, 6 3 Dumich, Robert ..., ............. ..........,. 4 8 Eckert, Arthur ,..... ..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,, 6 5 103 Eckert, Virginia ................ 19, 61, 64, 70, 93 Eckert, Joyce ....... .......... 1 9, 61, 64, 70, Edgar, O.S.B., Rev, Father ....,,.s....,,,,,,s,.,,. 14 Ehrensberger, Carol .........,.,,,,. 44, 66, 89, 92 Ehrensberger Joan .,,,.. 48, 57, 68, 86, 102 Ehrensberger, Mary ,.s,,,,,,,,, 48, 61, 68, 70, 82 Eichmiller, Dorothy .... 48, 68, 70, 86, 88, 103, 104, 106, 107 Eichmiller, Mary ..,..,...,..,,., 19, 64, 70, B8 Elston, Laura 50, 57, 68, 70, 86, 90, 104 107 Gerber, Sharlene ,,,.s...........,,..,...,,.... . 49, 86 Gerber, Verna ..,J 20, 31, 67, 77, 89, 90, 102 Gerg, Karen ................ 37, 87, 89, 94, 100 Gerg, Margaret .,... ............................ 4 4, 68 Gerg, Paul ......,., .,.s.,,,.,,,.,,,, 5 0, 60, 90 German ....,........s ...,...,,s,...,..,,.,.,,,.,,..,,,,.,, 9 0 Geyer, Marilyn .,,s....,,., 49, 60, 70, 86, 91, 103 Gillen, John ....................,....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Ginther, Rose Mary 42 Glass, Glatt, Bernard ...,.... Gleixner, Nancy Gleixner, Willis , .... Glee Club .,,,,,,,, Gnan, Gnan, Rita ,..,......,,.... 66, 68, 70, 89, 91, 92 49, 57, 60, 102 so, 65 20, 61, 64, 90 50, 60, 65 89 David .......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 21, 69 ieander .......,,, Brunner, Jerome ...,........ 42, 66, 68, 70, 91 Buchan, Julia ......,,.,...... 17, 61, 64, 88, 89 Bucheit, Raymond Burden, Wray ,,,,,,,,,,,, Bush, Ronald Butz, John .,.,..... 47 48 44, 68, aa, 91 Calendar ...........,,,,,,, -,,,,,, , ,, 72, 73 Caimi, Mrs. John ....,...,.,,-, ,,,,, 1 '1, 61 Cancilla, Georgia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, ,vg,,,,, 4 5, 68 Cepistran, O.S.B,, Sister M. ,,,,,,--.,.. 11, 64, 75 Cafino, Cecilia ....o,v..... 18, 61, 75, 87, 89, 90 Caskey, Joan ,.,... Cassidy, Elaine ...... Cassidy, Sandra ..... Cashman, Susan .....,. 18, 61, 64 47, 57, 68, 82 47, 68, 82, B6 Catalone, Edward ...,,, ,,,,,,, 1 8, 83, 34, 85 93 1 Cheatle, Catherine ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,-- 4 2, 70, 91 Cheatle, Ella ........ .. Cheerleaders ...... Chemistry A ....... Choirs .,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, Clancy, William .... 47, 68, 82 1oo 32, 70, 74, 77, 83, 84, 93, 97, 98, 99, 101 Clark, Kathryn as.. 18, 47, 54, 68, 7o, 82, 86, Class Officers ..... 16, 88. 91, 93 34, 41, 46 Clouser, Sandra ........................ 47, 68, 86, 107 Cochrane, Virginia ...,..., 36, 87, 89, 102, 107 Commercial ...,..,...........,,...........,.................. 64 Contents ....,...... Covac, Janice ...,., Crusaders ..,.,. 42, 92 97, 99 Emmert, Elsie ...........,..........,...,..... 50, 58, 88 Engel, Joan .... ,,.. 4 2, 68, 70, 91 Engel, Mary ,,..., ,,,,,, 3 7, 70, 89 English ........... ...,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,-.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Enthronement ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82 Erich, Grace ........ 19, 61, 7o, 74, 75, 88, Erich, Harold ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Erich, Kathleen 41, 45, 68, 86, 87, 88, 89, 104 37 91 Erich, John ,.,.,.......,,................,......... 48, 68 Erich, William .....................,..,... 47, 61, 70 Ernst, George ,.,.,.,.,.,,.,,,..,. 34, 39, 82, 91 Evangelist, O.S.B., Sister M. .,...,,,.,...... 11, 91 Evans, Ellen ....... , .................,.,.,.,,....,.,.,,,,..,, 39 Faculty ..,.,.,..,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 10, 11, 12 13 Fahey, Geraldine ........ 36, 75, 76, 87, 89, 102 Farley, Linda ..,Y. .......,,a... 3 7, 104, 106 Farley, Thomas .... .......... . a...,,..,,,,,,,, 1 9 69 Farrell, Mary ........,... 42, 68, 89, 91, 107 Fehrenbach, Mary .... 39, 76, 87, 89, 94, 102 Feile, Sandra ........,...,.......,... 44, 68, 89, 92 Feldbauer, Alice ............,.............,.,... 50, 60 Feldbauer, Mary Ann ..,. 50, 58, 86, 94, 103 Feldbaeur, Vesta ............ 34, 36, 75, 87, 89 Ferragine, Annette ....,...,.,.,,...,s.,,.,s.....s.,, 50, 61 Felton, Dolores .........,.. 20, 32, 61, 64, 77, 100 Fledderman, Carol .,....,..,........,,.....,.,.... 37 57 Fledderman, James ....,... ,.......,..,....,., 2 O, 32 Fledderman, Jean ,.,.,,, ,,.,,,..,.,,,,,,,,, 3 9, 89 Fleming, Georgia .... ..... 4 1, 68, 70, 91 Fodge, James ..... Foreward ..,...... Forster, Lois ...... 48, 63 36, 90 Goetz, Mary .... 49, 58, 7o, 86, 94, 102, 107 Goetz, Richard ,.,......... 50, 54, 83, 84, 87, 94 Gorman, Patrick .... .-.,.-..........,,., 5 O, 60, 70 Grasser, Germaine ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,., 4 4, 66, 68, 91 Greenthaner, Helen ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Greenthaner, Patricia .,..,..,,, ,,,,, 4 9, 60 Gregory, Kenneth .............,.,.... ...,- 5 0, 60 Gregory, O.S.B., Rev. Father ,,..,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 9 Griegs, Mary ........ , ,.,,, ,.,,,, , , 49, 86, B8 Grosser, Paul ,,,,,,,,,... .e...e..,.,..... 2 l Grunthaner, Fred ,.s.., Grunthaner, Roger ...... 50, 60, 65 49, 6o, 65 Gump, John .......... .. 21, 83, 90 Gutowski, John ,.,..,.,... ............., 4 5, 68, 96 Haberberger, George ,,..,,.,.,.,...,....,...,... 49, 60 Haberberger, Martha ..,. 21, 67, 75, 87, 89 90, 103 Haberberger, Ronald .. 21, 32, 75, B3, 84, 85, 86 Hacherl, Marlene ...... ....,.. 3 6, 89 Hagan, Wayne .......,...........,.......,.......,..,. 21, 90 Haller, Veronica .... 42, 63, 91, 100, 104, 107 Hanaran, John. ..........,................. 49, 60, 94 Halloran, Joseph .......,.,..,...,...,... 46, 49, 57, 99 Halloran, Paula .... 45, 66, 68, 86, 87, 88, B9, 91, 100 Hammer, Alice .... .... 4 1, 75, 87, 88, 91 Hammer, Alvin ,,,.,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 2, 63, 68 Hammer, Martin ....,.,,,, ...,.,,..,....,,..,..,. 5 2, 60 Handwerger, William ..,, ,.,...,..,,.,,.,,, 5 2, 60 Hanes, John .,..,,.,.,..... 22, 32, 63, 90 I I9 Hanes, Thomas -.,,,-,,.-.,-YA-w-,,-,--,--- 44, 66, 68 Kronenwetter, Donna ,,,.Y,,, 23, 31, 64, 67, 75 Neubert, Maureen ...V,...............,...,,,..... 54, 57 Hannibal, Margar-ef ,,,4,,-,--,- 49, 70, 36, 88 Kronenwetter, Michael .,..............,..,,,,, 37, 70 Nicholas, David ...............,....,.............a......... 54 Hasselman, Arthur Q,Q.,-,---,-,-,,---------,YY---- 39, 90 Kronenwetter, Susan ,,-.,..,, ,,,,,,A,,,A, 4 4, 66 Nicholas, Rene ....,,.,,... 40, 57, 65, 77, 97, 99 Hasselman, LeRoy ,-,, 42, 63, 63, 97, 99, 101 Kronenwetter, Vincent ,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,.,,,, 56 Nissel, John ......,..,...,,.....,.............,..,,..,.,.... 54 Hathorn, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,-,-,,,-,,- , 37, 33, 89 Krug, Thomas ..,............,.....,.. 46, 51, 68, 99 Nurse ......................,,..,,,,,,..,.......,................. 66 Heary, Francis ,,,,,,, ..-.------- 6 3 68 Kuppleweiser, Joyce .....,,. 51, 58, 60, 67, 86 Nussbaum, Margaret ..... ...,. 3 5 Heary, George ,,,, -,--,,,4, 4 9, 65 Lambert, Jane .... 12, 23, 31, 32, 67, 70, 84, Nussbaum, Thomas ...... ,,.. 5 4 Heary, Mary Jo ,,,u,, ,,,,,,.,, 2 2, 61, 90 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 102, 106 O'Hern, Brian ..........................,...........s...ss.,s. 25 Heary, Richard ,,,,----,-,v,,--------,A-Y------,,,A---- 44, 63 Largey, Myrna ......,. 51, 52, 58, 67, 68, 70, 86 O'Hern, Jerilyn ........,....,...,.,....A... 54, 86, 88 Heiberger, Joan ,,,,--------,,A- 49, 60, 36, 103 Latin ...............,..............,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,4,,,,--,, 91 Paar, Leonard ------- 35, 98, 99, 101 Herbsr, Jean V,-, 39, 75, 77, 37, 39, 103, 107 Lawrence, David ..... ...,,,,,,,, 5 1, 65 Palumbo, Antonio 54, 57, 83, 84, 91, 93, 94 Herbsf, Joh,-1 ,-,,,v---.--,,------,--- 52, 53, 63, 83 Lechner, Daniel ..........,.,....,..,,,,,,,, 51, 55, 57 Parson, Donald .................,..,,.,.,..,,... ,. 56, 68 Herbsfriff, Anne ,VYA 36, 57, 70, 76, 79, 04, Lechner, Leah ,,............,.....,,,,,,,, 51, 58, 60 Pauline, O.S.B., Sister M. ...,............,,.. 12, 61 87, 88, 89 Lecker, Ann 51, 57, 58, 67, 70, 86, 87, 88, 93 Petcavage, Mr. Albert ...,,,,..,,..,,,......,,.,.. 12, 69 Herbsrrin, Helen -----, ,-,----,A,,-----,--,Y,,---- 4 9, 65 Lecker, Jane ,,.................. 43, 70, 88, 91, 92 Pfaff, Diane ,... 13, 25, 32, 61, 64, 75, 84 Herbstrirr, Shirley ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,-,,,,- ,,V,,. 2 2, 89 Locker, Kenneth ..-,. ........................ 3 6, 90 85, 87, 89, 93 H61-211-10, Mary Ann ,--- 52, 53, 61, 06, 90, 102, Lecker, Margaret ..,,.. .,,22 4 5, 66, 91 Pfeufer, Joyce ..,,..........., 54, 70, 86, 88, 104 107 Lecker, Monica ......,......,,,.. ......2,..,,,. 5 1, 57, 94 Pfeufer, Margaret ,... 43, 87, 89, 91, 703, Hnafl-1,J0l-11-1 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2, 61 Lecker, Ernest ....,,...,,..,........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 106, 107 Hoehn, D61-is ,,,, ,,,,,, 4 5, 37, 33, 39, 91 Leithner, Janet ........ 43, 66, 75, 87, 88, 89, 91 Pfeufer, Thomas ,,,,.. ........ 4 0, 94 Hoehn, Jerome ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 70, 90 leitza, Mary .... 51, 52, 58, 86, 87, 103, 107 Pfingstler, Dale ,,,s,ss ,,,..,, 4 4, 68 Hoffman, Andrew ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 61, 64 Lenle, Judith ...........,.c.s.. ..... 5 1, 86, 105, 106 Pfoutz, Clifford ...... ..., 2 5, 96 Hoffman, Carol ,,,, 22, 31, 32, 70, 74, 75, 79, Lenze, Lavern, ........ 38, 65, 96, 97, 99, 101 Physics ,,,,.,,,..,,.,,,. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , 65 30, 31, 33, 33, 39, 100, 103 Lenze, Vincent .....,..,.,......,.,,,.-,,-,,,,,,J2,,,,, 23, 69 Pistner, David .,........,......,,,.......................,,, 54 Hoffman, Frances .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Library ,............... ,cc.......... s.,c............,.c. 9 o Pistner, Helen ..........,s............ccc, 54, 57, 102 Hoffman, Richard ,,,-,, ,,,,,, 4 9, 79 Lodes, Kenneth .......s.........s............,,.... 51, 65 Pistner, Janice 25, 61, 64, 70, 74, 82, 91, 104 Hoffman, Veronica ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 l0effler, Patricia ............ 51, 58, 86, 104, 107 Pistner, Ronald ,.,.,,,,,,,,,......,..,....,,,,,,,,, 40, 90 Home Making ,,,,, 67 l-Ul'1l', Diane .... 24, 31, 32, 64, 67, 78, 87, 89, Pistner, Walter .,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 54 Honor Roll ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 70, 103, 104, 106, 107 Pollick, Mary Ann ,.,,. ,,,,,, 4 3, 66, 91 Honor Students ,,,,,,2,,,,,,- ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 LYf'lCl'1, Lois ....,cc..,,,,..,...s...s.... 35, 57, 70, 107 Pontzer, Joseph .....,,,,..,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43 Ides ,,,,,.....,.,,,........,..,...,.,... .............,. 7 5 LY0n5' 5U5an -------- 37' 87' ii-93' 104' loo Prechtel, Joseph ......,.,.,,,,,,,,,,2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25, 69 lmelda, O.S.B., Sister M, ,,,,. .... 12, 63, 90 LY6n5' Thomas -----'--------'---------------'--'--'--- 44' 63 Prechtel, Patricia .... 4, 53, 57, 86, 87, 88, 93 Jacob, Francis ............,........,.......... 37, 63, 99 Mogisireiii' Donald ----ffa-f----'faa--- 24' 74' 96 Price, Thomas ,...,.,,...c,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,J,,c,, 53, 63 Jacob, Howard ,,,.,,.............................. 39, 66 Moibi-'r9' Kainerino ffs- 4' 54' 86' iO2' i05' Prudich, Joan ....,,....,,, ,,,,, 3 8 James, Eleanor ,... 39, 75, 77, 81, 87, 89, 100 106' i07 Prudich, Nancy 53 ....... ,,,,, 5 3 Junior Prom ..c.,,.s,,s.c,....,.cc...,.. 76, 77, 78, 79 Mailison' Mis' Joseph -----r------------r- 12' 65' 69 Reider, Carl ....cs,....... ccc, 5 3 J, v,'s Y,---,,,-Y,,---,-A--,,----,--,-,A-,AI-------,-------,,------ 99 Mallison, Robert .....,...,.,....,....... 39, 70, 83, 91 Rehgion -----'-A,,,, ,,,,, 6 0 Keenen, Betty .... 52, 57, 58, 61, 86, 87, 88, Marconi' Andrew ---- 24' 32' 63' 77' 83' 34 Rettger, Eileen ...,,,..-- ,,,,, 5 3 91, '103, 104, 107 Mary Edward, O.S.B., Sisiel' M. ...,........ 12, 60 Renger, John ,---------,-,,----'--,M,Y,,,-----,,,----,---,-,- 53 Keller, Maryann ..,.. .....,....,..,,.s,..,,.,,,,,.. 5 2 Malnernaiios ---------------------------- ------ 6 2' 63 Reuscher, Alicia 25, 61, 64, 74, 77, 38, 39, 92 Keller, Patricia .... ...... 5 2, 60 Mai' crowning --"" ------ --'---- 8 0 ' 8i Reuscher, Mr. Benedict ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Keller, Shirley .,...,. ,,.,.,,...., 4 4 MeAlii5ier' Helene -----' ----------'-------- 4 0' 57' 89 Reuscher, Conrad ,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 9 Kennard, Brent .,.. ,,,,,,,, 22 Meciain' Dennis ---- e----- i 3' 43' 66' 63 Reuscher, Thomas ,,,,,, 53 Kennard, Judith ......................... .... 9 4 MeQiione' Roberi -------- ------ -----'--- 3 5 ' 90 Reuscher, Timothy ....,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 53 Kenneth, O.S.B., Rev. Father ,..... .... 1 4 Merrie ------s--' ' -"""""- '-""" 7 4 Riddle, James .,.......,..........,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,c-,,,,,,, 35 Korner, Doris ..........s...,,......................c......... as MeVor' Alice -r---------- ------ 2 4' 67 Ricard, Jane .... 28, 32, 61, 32, 102, 105, 106 Kim, Joseph ......,..................,................ 52, 83 Meyer' Bernard ----- ------- -------------- 5 l Rinella Diane .....,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 36, 103 Klatman, Nancy ,... 13, 16, 23, 32, 67, 70, 74, Mevef' Doreen ----- ---'-----'---"-"---- 5 4' 70 Rippy, Judith ,.,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 91 84, 87, 89, 90, 92, 100, 102 NleYo" James ---- ------ 4 4' oo' 68' 99 Roberts, Paul ........,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 38 Klein, Marlene .,.... ...,.,,,...,..... 5 2, 58, 60, 67 Meveff 'iune "-'---' ----"'-"'----"'-""-"- 3 5 Robertson, Georgia ,,,, 26, 32, 57, 61, 64, Klein, Patricia ....... ....,............,...., 5 2, 60 Mevef' Pairleia "--" "--"'-"'---' 3 i' 54' 86 68, 80, 81, 89, 92 Kneidel, Thomas .,.........,.,.. 42, 66, 70, 91, 99 Milos' Rose MorY -----'--------"---------ff----- 54' 86 Robertson, Paul ,.,,..,.,...,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 1, 43, 66 Kneidel, Robert ..........,.....,,.,...,,.,.,,,,,,,, 36, 90 Miller' Jean -'------ '---- 4 0' 75' 78' 87' 89 Rogan, Mary ,,.. 16, 26, 31, 67, 32, 39, 90, Knight, Nancy .... 52, 58, so, 88, 90, 102, Miller' Julianne -r'--- --re-'-------------------- 3 8' 89 91, 102 105, 106, 107 Miller' Riio -----' 7 ------------------------------- 54' 94 Rose, O.ES.B., Sister M. ,,,,,,,,c,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 12, 67 Knouse, Linda ......,.......,.,.,. 52, 57, 53, 67, 86 ililflier' Rulh ------ ------- 4 ' 54' 70' 86' 88' 94 Ross, Carolyn ..,. 26, 32, 61, 78, 79, 83, 87, Kofler, Margaret .................,,.,...........,,.,,,,,,, 37 Miller' iiiofnas ------ ----------------r------rf------ 5 i' 58 89, 90, 103, 107 Kraft, Elaine ..,.........,,,,..,......,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 68 Moiir' David -r------- ----r--------- 4 3' oo' 68 Rupprecht, Eleanor .... 40, 65, 70, 75, gg, 89 Krauss, Ellen .... 13, 23, 32, 57, 84, 87, 88, 89, iVloria'iY' Diario '--'- ---- 5 4' 57' 86' lofi Rvpprecht, Raymond V... 40, 90, 96, 97, 98, 92, 103 Moriarty, Joseph .......... ....,...,.,........,.... 5 I 99, 10, Kraus, Gary ..,. ,..,,,. 52, 83, 86 'l'lUi'i'Ci"iOSePi1 ------------- ---r---'--- - 38' 57 Rupprecht, Rose ....,... 4, 53, 57, 7o, 36, 104 Kraus, James .... c,,.. 5 2, 65, 87 Muifehv' Mrs' William ------- ------ i 2' oi' 68 Rvpprecht, Thomas ........,.........,,.....,,. 45, 63 Kraus, Philip ....,,.. ...... 3 7, 65 Nelson' io'iY --------e--'-i---ri' ------ 5 4' 57' 94 Ryan, Patrick .........,.. ,.... 2 6, 69, 74, 32, 101 Krellner, Paul ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 69 Nekiiza' Frank ---"- -------- 2 4' 69 Sadley, Carl ..,,. ,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, , 53 Krellner, Sandra ....,.. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 40 Nelriizil' ioYoo -----' -s-----------r-----s---- 3 5' 89 Sain, Donald .... ,,,, 4 3, 63, 93, 99 Kromko, John .......c....,.......,,,, 44, 66, 68, 84 Nero' George ------e ------------'-------------'--- 5 i'. 56 Salter, Gall ..... ...,.., 2 6, 32, 78, 96 Kronenwetter, David ,,,,,, ,,,,c,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,, 5 1 Nero' Priscilla "-'- ---- 3 8' 87' 89' 94' loo Salter, Lea ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3 Newell, Georgia ................,...........,....... 40, 89 5a11e,., Sandra ,,-,, ,-,-A- 3 5, 94 120 Newell, Janice ............ 24, 61, 64, 77, 82, 89 gamgck, Ca,o1 ,,,,,,, ,--,,,,,-,, 3 8 Samick, George .... ...... 5 3, 54 Samick, Gerald ,.,.4... ...... ,...f-------V 2 7 Samick, Gertrude ..,,. ......YY........Y,..fAf--- 4 0 Samick, Veronica ..,. ..,... 6 5, 86, 87, 88 Savel, Mary ......... .f.-.--4-----------,------ 3 5 Schaberl, Karl .,,w,,, ........ . . 35, 65, 70, 77 Schaberl, Patricia ,,,,w,,.,.,....,.,...,.. 53, 93, 102 Schade, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,. 38, 75, 88, 89, 90 94 Schaefer, Beverly ....,a.............. 27, 61, 64, 89 Schaefer, Gwynne ,.,. 41, 45, 70, 81, 89, 91, 100 Schaefer, Patrick .,,. YY,,,, 3 8, 63, 96, 99 Schaefer, Walter ,,,A...............V.,YY.,YY-,Y.,....... 45 Schatz, Beverly .... .,.,. 6 6, 70, 89, 91, 94 Schatz, Hilary .,,.A ..,,.YY.YY........... . . 43, 63 Schaut, David ,A,... ..,..........Y 4 , 53, 83 Schaut, Ignatius ,,,,,,, .,..... 2 7, 32, 74, 77 Schaut, John .,,,. .....,..,,.,... 4 4, 63 Schaut, Susan ....... .... 4 4, 66, 68, 88 Schaut, William ...,.,,..,,,,,,,,...,,.............. 53, 57 Schill, Janet ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,...... ...,.,,......,. 4 3 Schlimm, Helen .... 27, 67, 88, 90, 102, 105, . 106, 107 Schlimm, John ..,,.,,.,,,,,.......,................... 27, 69 Schlimm, Marilys ,.,. 32, 40, 75, 76, 87, 88, 89, 94, 1oo, 104 107 Schlimm, Mary .. 53, 86, 88, 90, 102, 106, 107 Schloder, Elizabeth ..,...,.,........,.,,,.............. 56 Schloder, Jo Ann ,,a. 44, 87, 89, 91, 103, 104, 107 Schloder, Lawrence ....,.., 4, 56, 83, 87, 94 Schloder, Shirley ,,.,a,a.., .a.,...,,.,....,a...... 2 7, 82 Schloder, Thomas ..............a......,...,,. 4, 55, 94 Schneider, Doris .....,...... 43, 89, 91, 102, 107 Schneider, Marilyn ...,....,...,,.. 28, 61, 64, 70 School .,.....,...,....,,..,,,...,. 2, 3, 4, 123, 124 Schreiber, Diane .... 28, 61, 64, 82, 84, 87, 89, 90 Schreiber, Donald .... ............,,..,,...,...... 4 4 Schreiber, John ........ ,,... 5 6, 57, 58, 93, 94 Schutz, Bernard ...............,,,.,,....,.. 43, 63, 94 Schwentner, William 56, 57, 58, 83, 87 94 Scolari, Rose Ann .......,.... 44, 75, 87, 89, 91 Seelye, Elizabeth ............ 28, 61, 64, 75, 82 Selle, Dolores ,...,,,. .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 Shadd, David ..... 56, 57 Shaffer, James ..... .............,... 5 6, 91, 99 Sherry, Donald .... ..... 1 6, 28, 76, 79, 93 Sherry, Nancy ,...,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 8, 61, 90 Sherry, Patricia .,.. ..,,,,,, 3 8, 70 Shields, Richard ,,...,, 34, 40, 57 Shop .,..,,..,,.,,,,...,,, ...,,........... 6 9 Shope, Theresa ...., ..............,..,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6 Snecker, Ronaleen ,,...,...,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 40, 55 87 Skok, Barbara .,.. 12, 28, 32, 67, 74, 75, 89, 93 Skok, John .....,,.,..,..,.,,..,a..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 57 Smeal, Janice .,.. 35, 75, 87, 88, 89, 102, 105, 1.07 Smith, Dennis ....... .... 2 9, 74, 78, 79 Snyder, Richard ....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 63 Social Studies .,...,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 61 Sorg, Stephen ,,,.,,,,..,,............,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 63 Sorg, Susanne ..a. 46, 56, 57, 61, 70, 75, 86, aa, 93, 103, 104, 106, 107 Spence, Arthalinda ,,,,,,,,,,,, 38, 76, 87, 89, 104 Spence, Gretchen ,... 56, 61, 86, 88, 102, 107 Sporner, Germaine 40, 70, 90 Stautfer, Grace C123 .. 29, 61, 64, 70, 89, 104 Stauffer, Grace C101 .,,,....,,,,.,,,..,,.... 45, 91 Stauffer, .Peter ...,.... ..,........................ 3 5, 99 Stauffer, Shirley ....,...,,,,....,... 29, 61, 64, 89 Stebick, Edward ,,,,,...,...,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,, 45, 63, 68 Steele, Jerome .,,...,. 29, 32, 69, 74, 83, 85, 86 Steele, Joan .. ..........,,,,,,, ,,,,,...,... 3 5, 94, 106 Steele, Karl ,,,,,,,,,,,, 29, 32, 61, 83, 85, 86 Steele, Ronald ...,.,,.,,.,................,.,, 29, 61, 69 Sterbank, Carol ......., 30, 61, 82, 90, 103, 106 Sterbank, Catherine .,,,,....... 56, 57, 86, 103 Straub, Carleen ,.., 12, 30, 31, 32, 67, 74, 85, 87, 89, 90, 92 Straub, Gretchen .,.......... 56, 103, 104, 106 Straub, Leah ..,,,...,,,........... .. 52, 56, 61, 102 Straub, Mary 54, 56, 58, 75, 86, 93, 102, 107 Straub, Richard .,,. 30, 31, 69, 96, 97, 99, 101 Struble, David ,,,,.............,,,,,,,,,..,.,, ,,......A.,. 5 6 Supon, Nancy .,,,,,,, ,,.,,,A.,.. 4 3, 66, 70, 91, 107 Sutton, Edward ..,,......,,,,,,.,,,..,,.,.. 55, 58, 70 Teresita, O.S.B., Sister M. ,,..,,,,.........,A. 12, 65 Thompson, Bonnie Timothy, O.S.B., Rev. Father ,.... ...,,. 9 Tucker, Jerome ,.........,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,...., .......,.... 6 1 Uhernick, Beverly ..,, 56, 70, 86, 87, 88, 102, 106, 107 uiion, Dorothy ........ ao, 61, 64, 70, 75, 89 Ulion, Gabriel ....,,, ,,.,,,,,, ,,,..,.,..., 4 3 , 66, 68 Valentine, Barr ..... .....,,,..,,..,,..,,,,,,.,,A 5 5, 61 VanDerlin, Carol .c,,.... 55, 57, 86, 103, 107 VanSlander, Judith ,.,,,, ,.,,..,,,..,,A,..,....... 5 5, 86 Virgil, O.S.B., Rev. Father ............ 14 Vitello, Raymond .......,.ee.,...........a....,.a.... 55, 57 Volleyball ...,......,...,. 102, 103, 104, 105, 106 Vollmer, Denis ..... Vollmer, Gloria .,.... Vollmer, Judy .......,.,.A,... Vollmer, Patricia .... 55, 58, 67, 86, 89 40, 57, 75, 76, 87 44, 87, 91, 102, 106, 107 Weber, Martha .,.. 41, 43, 87, 89, 91, 100, 103, 107 Weber, Mary Jo ........ ,,,... ....... ..... 3 0 , 61 Wegemer, John ....... ........ 3 8 Wegemer, Karl ,..., ..... 4 3, 99 Wehler, Verna ..... ...................... 5 5 Wehler, Wayne ,,... ..,,.,,,,,,,,,.... 5 5, 61 . s Weichman, Ann ........a .... 5 5, 58, 67, 88 Weichman, Richard ............... Q ,,,, 40, 65, 99 Weidow, Carol ,,,... ..,...,.. .,.....,.,,,. 5 5 , 58, 67 Weis, Mary .... 35, 75, 77, 81, 83, 87, 89, 100, Werner, James .............. ........, 3 5, 77, 90, 99 Werner, Joseph ,,.. ..... 35, 38, 68 Werner, William ...,, ,,,,,. 5 5, 94, 99 Wickett, Ellen ...... ..,.,. 4 4, 89, 91 Wiesner, James .... 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