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

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Q., ,.1 ,Q- 1' . .- X 1: , 1 .A V4 a:'4'f",,,, , U J F. . uv . Q 14' 7' 9 I THE MEMO Edited by THE SENIOR CLASS Marys Catholic High School ST. MARYS PENNSYLVANIA 1f T. M RYS CATHGLI pi' 1 X 5 X 4 ,K Q , , ' 4 - - -4 Q-Q A, .L It ,V .-.Wit f A ' ,V agp-.1"".fqL3OlIwk'm-ifdb-AF! 4.4-sv . 4.1 fp- - A " ,- v K Q J, , W . ,N ' . 1 - K qqwyzvr. P. - v' Pg... A - .QW 1 M " A W A., ""- K '. ' W ,, ,. A. , i--qu 1 "'q'1'a A ' 4 V .14 'F H, f H-sn, Q' U L HIGH SCHOOL s. an Lak wma- . W' ,S-2--Ji .. f--1 1 X ,A A ' S ff' v "4 1, an xc ,rv K 'F sal 3 nw , H am ! -,af 0 13 Wi., , ::.vf V ,fl W' f 30:2 Wm .., mv My SI lfv , -.Q ii Mn an J Y!! un. I if f W 1ffrkxM5 -vii . . 35,fa51q,2K w q, 1? ,mm aA,w..k gl ,ll M , "ik ' 7742 J' .E 3' , ',,.g:z. 'kf3',!i'- 'MB , f 5 W if m J 'I Kr X 4 fxi 54 QIQB E05 515 Foreword Dedrcahon Admrnxsfrahon Sensors Lovverclassmen Achvmes Arhlehcs PaTrons Index Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 1 1 A xl E 5 , P ' FH' d A P 3 Y,' I ,.Y' 'r o oo.oo,o o,,,oooooo,,oo, . 7 ' ' A ,7,.oo,.,,.,,,,f ,o 8 ' oooo so -s ,oooooooooovo 25 Classes s s ssssosr ,A Page 63 2 ,oooooooo s oo,,,,,.,,. 85 f ' ssso A, 11 'Z , s s sssssossoooos 27 17 soss so s ssossooo,oo,o,os so 140 S 72 P Q rfv K 'U X -z W f 4.1 W r Z I . 0 rpms M Qutuuuzgq Wuth thus the last year of our school lufe at Central Hugh comung to a close we recall all the uoys and the good tumes we experuenced un our four years of hugh school And as we look back we are uncluned to exclaum The tame went so fast Why' ut seemed lust luke yesterday But what us past us only uoyful memorues and our real challenge us the future Just as the real Crusaders luved up to theur udeals we must try to luve up to the udeals of our school We are proud of uts achuevements un sports un scholarshup and un the tormatuon of good cutuzens lt us our purpose to carry on these hugh tradutuons and luke those who have gone before to make our contrubutuon to the world at large All the wusdom knowledge and vurtue acquured un our short stay at Central we must apply to the lute after school GOD WILLS IT must be our battle cry also as we step unto the arena of lute Be pleased to revuew wuth us the events of our 1958 T959 school year The Staff Q he r' ls tum lu -u K lm' Q ! lun 3' u frog .ll 7 DEDICATIO Deserving of special mention is the INDUSTRIAL CGUNCIL of St. Marys-a select group of men, especially in- terested in advancing the educational and recreational facilities of our town. Under their guiding hand there emerged a Boy Scout building, a Girl Scout house and summer camp, a Knot- hole Baseball League. Their dollars brought about the broadcasting of athletic events for the benefit of the interested people who cannot attend the games. The floodlighting of Berwind Park has added greatly to the interest and attendance at these functions. A new wing, now being added to the Andrew Kaul Memorial Hospital, is due in great measure to their efforts, and the gratitude of all St. Marys goes out to them. The climax thus far, however, is the acquisition and renovation of the Municipal Building which plays so im- portant a part in the youth activities of our town. It is to THESE MEN that we, the class of nineteen hundred fifty-nine, dedicate this thirtieth edition of the Memo. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL SEATED: C. F. Kronenwetter, A. J. Palumbo, Jack Lepovetsky, C. J. Ehrensberger, Walter A. Rigard, Howard B. Eynon, George J. Fehrenbach, John l. Saalfield ldeceasedh, Robert G. Morgan, Chairman, Andrew Kaul, H, S. Conrad, J. H. Stackpole, Vice-Chairman, John A. Kuntz, A. A. Haber- berger, George S. Rupprecht, Treasurer, Arthur S. Bemis, STANDING: A. J. Klausman, Joseph J. Burke, E. J. Hammer, Peter Straub, Harri- son C. Stackpole, Robert A. Timm, Frank J. Jackson, Secretary. 1 .I - . . .... -,. ........ ,.,...,,-.., ..., v.. .... .-,.. -QW.. , . ,,, ,, 'THIS PLAQUE COMMEMORATES THE DONATION OF THIS BUILDING TO THE BOROUGH OF ST MARYS BY SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC I AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF SIOZOOO FOR ITS RENOVATION AND REMODELING BY THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES! STACKPOLE CARBON COMPANY POWDER METAL PRODUCTS, INC. SPEER CARBON COMPANY NATIONAL MOLDED PRODUCTS, INC. PURE CARBON COMPANY SHAFFER ICE CREAM COMPANY BURKE BROTHERS CRYSTAL BEVERAGES QUALITY COMPONENTS, INC. NEW SHAWMUT MINING COMPANY ELK ENGINEERING WORKS INDUSTRIAL SALVAGE COMPANY ARMOUR LEATHER COMPANY STRAUB BREWERY INC. BUILDERS a. 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'F ' w, 1 Presfdenf RIGHT REVEREND DENIS STRITTMATTER, O.S.B., Archabbof, Sf. Vincent MEMBERS DIRECT .. VERY REVEREND FATHER TIMOTHY, O.S.B. Pastor of Sr. Marys Parish KH REVEREND FATHER GREGORY O.S.B. Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish REVEREND FATHER THADDEUS, O.S.B. Pastor of Queen of the World Parish I3 MR. BENEDICT R. REUSCHER St. Marys Parish Committee MR. BENJAMIN KRELLNER Queen of the World Parish Committee OUR SCHGOL MR. E. J. HAMMER Sacred Heart Parish Committee .mama ff' OUR LIGHTHOLISE OF AUTHORIW Father Donald directed our path . . . Steadfast leader whom we all look up to and love ' Through foresnght dlsczplune and dlllgent effort he determines the pattern vvhuch promotes har monlous school lvfe God keep and guard you Father In all the years ahead Our Principal FATHER DONALD O S B Father say ng Mass for the late Pope P S Xll 'T , . I l . I ,M ,, , . , .... l l a Q 3 ' -v ' 1"-is W f' H'u'.- '1.- '- , H1 ""f,,'. lu 1 w Q -- -'tl ,,,f,A W M r 2 if rw..-' -wg ' .r f ,.- +L -... -f F .J s 'll , n My haf. 1. R K 5. ,Liv -' ' lf. K.: ' . K . H A . ., I , -4. -r A I ' . i A Q F 5 , . :lar 52 ' L., A . s ' A , 4 i iu . ' "'z"i aj SISTER M, AGNES, OSB. B.A. Canisius, M.A. Bonavenfure, Library, Forensic. I6 ACLILTY - EFFICIE T HANDS. . . SISTER M. ANITA, SISTER M. BENED CT, SISTER M. BERNADETTE, MR. DONALD CHIAPPELLI O.S.B. O.S.B, O.S.B. B.S. Penn State 4 B.A. Canisius, M.A. ViIIa- B,A. Canisius, M.A ViIIa- B.A. Canisius, M.A. SI. General Science, Health, nova. nova. Bonaventure. American Hisiory, CoinmerciaI, Ides Foren- Assistant Principe NIC- Commercial, Supervisor sic, Journaiism. mo. of Education. Sister Aniia, Sister Agnes and Sisfer Benedict amid mountains of snow, HOLD THE SCHOOL REINS SISTER M. CLAUDIA, O.S.B. B.E. Duquesne Latin 2, Chemistry, Gle Club. Mr. Doslal out-iumps a J. V. Player in the Faculty vs J. V.'s Game. MR. ALCUIN DORNISCH B.A. Gannon College Mechanical Drawing 2, 0 English 2. MR. ROBERT DOSTAL B.S. Penn State Wood Shop, Trade, Math- emaiics, Newman Club Vice-President, Mn "4 FATHER EDGAR, O.S,B. B.A,, M.A. ST, Vincenl College. Religion 4, Soclalify. MISS IDA FRITZ R N Mercy Hospital School Nurse fm,---' lill ' . Q SISTER M. GENEVIEVE, SISTER M. GERALDINE, O.S,B. O.S.B. B.S., M.L.S. Villanova. B.B. St. Bonaventure Biology, Latin 2, Health. Physics, General Science. KEYSTONES OF . . . NHPF' SISTER M. IMELDA, OSB. B.A. Canisius, MA. Sf Bonaventure. Religion 2, Algebra 2 Cjtechetical Work. FATHER JOACHIM, MISS JUDY KERNER O.S.B. B.S. Irnmaculata. B.A. ST. VIVWCQVWT English I, Sewing. Religion 4. 1100 V I8 --1----M id'?'X 'IIRVQ 'W wikis Sister Genevieve and her class in the study of the startish. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE Faculty members, Mr. Leehan and Mr. Chiappelli serve as chaperons for Halloween Dance. MR. WlLLlAM.LEEHAN California State Teachers College Mechanical Drawing Metal Shop Junior High Basket ball Coach SISTER M. LOUISE, O S B B S Villanova Civics and Pennsylvania History MR. ROBERT LUPTON . ., Mansfield Stare Teachers' College Mathemaiics, J.V. Basket- ball Coach. MISS MARILYN MANLEY B.A., College of New Rochelle English 'l, 4, Cheerleaders, Volleyball Coach. SISTER M. MARTHA, O.S.B. B.S., Villanova. Latin I, Religion 2, Eng lish 2. I9 WITH EAGERNESS AND LOVE . . . 11X SISTER M. MERCEDES, MRS. WILLIAM FATHER PAUL, SISTER M, PAULINE, SISTER M ROSE O.S.B. MULCAHY O,S.B. Q.S.B, O S B B.E, Villanova B.S. Lock Haven State B.A., M.A. St. Vincent. Blgd. Duquesne, MA, B.A. St Bonaventure Religion I, Forensic. TGBCIWCFS' COIIGQG. Religion 4, Sodality. Villanova. German I 2 Cooking Algebra I. English 3, Religion 2. Dramatics MRS. MARGARET SCOTT B.A. Trinity College. Social Studies. MR. AUGUSTINE SPIZZIRRI B.S. Lock Haven State Teachers' College. Health, Physical Educa- tion, Varsity Basketball Coach. -fv- 3 An interesting moment at the dance for Father Paul and Father Joachim. 'i SOLI D TEACHINGS THEY STRESS v ss .13 211754 Some of the Faculty at lunch hour. Left to right: Father Donald, Mrs. Mulcahy, Miss Kerner, Mr. Lupton, Mr. Leehan, Mr. Dostal, Mrs. Scott, Miss Manley, Mr. Spizzirri, Mr. Chiappelli. X923 Mr. Grotzinger, our photographer. Steady Eddie on the iob November I6 January March 8 May 3 THEY STAND BESIDE U CENTRAL HIGH FAMILY ASSOCIATION to creating a better understanding between the Faculty, Students, People ot St. Marys MOTTO: "May God be Gloritied in All Things" MEETINGS-Time: 8:00 o'clock, Place: Central High Basement Program for T958-I 959 Dedicated and the 11 St. Marys-Four Seasons in Color" Mr. H. A. Williams "Musical Selections" Myrna Largey, Mary B. Keebler "Today's Students in the World of Tomorrow" Mr. George Bailey "Your son's Training in the Service" Mr. Harry A. Detwiler Forensic Debate Team, "American Education is Superior to European" Mr. Gerard A. Kuntz 25 "Are you prepared for College?" Mr. George E. Ritter "The story behind the Weather Maps" Mr. Michael Herbst Student Congress, "A twelve-month school term" Mr. Leo F. Simbeck "To step-up in lite, step-up in schooI" Mr. Edward J. Hammer "Artistry in woods, exotic and domestic" Mr. Raymond J. Pontzer Central's Freshman Girls' "Teenage Fashions" Miss Judy Kerner "Vacation time is opportunity time" Mr. George J. Fehrenbach OFFICERS-EXECUTI VE BOARD Mr. Edward O'Donnell, Treasurer, Mr. Raymond Cook, President, Father Donald, Moderator: Mrs. Charles Kneidel, First Vice-President, Mrs. Walter Elston, Secretary. I BOTH ACTIVITIES AND SCHOOL WORK X All t Sports fan-MR. LUPTON iff: 113 I ,. .' -af The Central High Faculty is composed of twenty-eight teachers: four Priests, thirteen Sisters, six laymen and five laywornen, with a total of thirty-six college degrees. These all strive to teach our tive hundred and thirty-tive students to become good Catholic citizens. Through work and play, both teachers and pupils recognize the essential things needed for their lives now and tor their future good. T One of Sister Anita's routine iobs s a I 'ir in Q . 'III' 'uv if , 'Q' - WHO. Q' v A ?J Y Qr si 5- M gm O ,Q 1 ..-Bal' A memorable Fc'eris'c meeting-December I-1, i958 23 5 I N' -af- i K , , LJ p-'lo -, I , -,. 11.21, 1 'cQff1,,,Q,A:, BENEDICTINE FATHERS - OUR SPIRITUAL ADVISERS FATHER FERDINARD, O.S.B. ST. Marys Parish FATHER EDGAR, O.S.B. Sr. Marys Parish FATHER CASIMIR, O.S.B. Sacred Heart Parish FATHER JOACHIM, O.S.B. ' Queen of the World Parish fb FATHER PAUL, O.S.B. Sacred Heart Parish WG W3 f Z? I Y s, Smnh! AW!!! 5 Zldblk 'WY V N E O I A,,5Sb,, Z Z WW fl! '52, If ' tl' lr ,, I A MIK' '7fwqCZLg' x4 K f In ' 'Hgg ' xv ! f New X " "5 ff' ,W N. 1' ' n t N 0 X ' 'h X . er X V ' , X "-:.- A-f.. XX X ...... X Q f I A v f ' N x V 'I ' ' A :+A 1 Q Y XX, A 4 w -I L.. . W' K V 'L "A K4 'K X- ,x-- I ' f XT H X WWZFv. if' s. I X k' U! ' ' my I f X I' X, X L M 'xl if: x f f g ff :,,-3 Q XA , A - fy f -u - ' -..-fx ve am I 5 'ay ' 1 ., f ,,f fr ,, of "' . A' ilgg' 7,1 izyl I ' ,gl ills 5 0 N 185 5 4 Vg g 's' S 'N A x 9 x'. Q, ,L ,o ., .7 Q. 1 ' Q ' ' I gg H ?3 ng. , s of 1 X V. W f w'1-0"- -.swf I - AMA X 1, ' I ' 1 a gyhgh 5 I i-', -' ,' Y ,, 1 5-'fv,f-1,44 ? SENIOR OFFICERS Morto FIND A WAY OR MAKE ONE Colors BLUE AND GOLD Flowers YELLOW ROSE and BLUE STAR with IVY Joseph Halloran, Vice-President, Suzanne Sorg, President, Richard Goetz, Treasurerp John Herbst, Secretary HAIL! TO THEE, ALMA MATER! GLORIA J. BAUER "Glo" . . . Academic . . . Music Teacher "You Doehead!" Dancing . . . Orchestra . . . C.S.M.C. JOHN M. BAUER "Burr" . . . Scientific I . . . CPA "Why, hello there, Roman!" Little 2 . . . Cars . . . Parties PETER B. BAUER "Chip" . . .Scientific I . . . Engineer "Hey you!" Basketball Manager . . . Boys' Club . . . C.S.M.C. CHARLES L. BAYER "Charlie" . . . Scientific I . . , Psychiatry "Holy cats, look at that!" Hunting . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. SENIORS DENNIS E. BENNINGER "Denny" . . . Scientific II . . . Air Force "You better believe it!" Hunting . . . Cars . , . Youth Center WINFRED A. BENNINGER "Bunny" . . . Scientific II . . . Marriage "A pizza, please!" Motorcycles . . . Fords . . . Little 2 RONALD R. BRENNAN "Ron" . . . Scientific ll . . .Air Force "lt wasn't easy!" C.S.M.C .... Youth Center JAMES J. BROCK "Rodney" . . . Scientific II . . . Rancher "Let's go to Louies!" Bowling . . . Youth Center . , . C.S.M.C ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SENIORS . . . SUSAN K. CASHMAN "Susie" . . . Scientific I . . . Nurse "Judas priest!" Youth Center . . . Glee Club . . . Volleyball SANDRA M. CASSIDY "Sandy" . . . Academic . . , Draftsman "SugarI" Youth Center . . . Glee Club. . . Roller Skating ELLA M. CHEATLE "Ella" . . . Academic . . , Airline Hostess "Sugar!" - Ice Skating . . .Swimming . . . Bowling MARCIA E. CHICOLA "Red" . . . General . . . Beautician "I am scaredf' Ides . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. KATHRYN E. CLARK "Kathey" . . . Scientific I . . . Dental Assistant "O rats!" Dramatics . . . Teaching . . . Dancing SHIRLEY L. CUNEO "Shirl" . . . Commercial , . . Music Teacher "l'll never tell!" C.S.M.C .... Glee Club TH ERESA N. D'AMORE "Tres" . . .Commercial . . . Secretary "Wl1at? What?" Glee Club , . . Youth Center , . . C.S.M.C. M. JANE De WALD "Janie" . . .Scientific I . , . Nurse "What's new, Pelle?" Dancing . . . Swimming . . . Choir MARY E. EHRENSBERGER "Muz" . . . Academic . . .Teaching "Crying out loud!" A-H Club . . . Glee Club . . . Ice Skating DOROTHY H. EICHMILLER "Dot" . . . Scientific I . . . English Teacher "Ye gods and little fishes!" Teaching . . . Forensic . . . Volleyball LAURA J. ELSTON "Laurie" . . . Scientific I . . . Teaching "How do I look?" Memo . . . Dramatics . . . Forensic WILLIAM C. ERICH "Sonny" . . . Scientific I . . , Electrical Engineer Always say what you mean and mean what ou sa Y Y- Archery . . . Hunting . . . Auto Club ENTERED THE HOME STRETCH IN '58 GERTRUDE M. DINSMORE "Trudy" . . . Commercial . . . Secretary "How about that!" Dancing . . .Glee Club . , . Volleyball CAROL A. DIPPOLD "CaroI'i . . .Scientific I , . . Nurse Hyepy, Youth Center . . . Driving . . . Volleyball JANE B. DISTLER "Janey" . . . Commercial . . . Surgicial Nursing "Heaven help us!" Choir . . . Volleyball . . . Bowling JOAN M. EHRENSBERGER "Joanie" . . . General . . . Child Nurse "Oh be quiet!" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. yy. 'V r ,' 3' tr E' 9' I JUDITH A. FREY "Judy" . . . Academic . . . Teacher "Oh my gosh!" Glee Club . . . C.S.M.C. E. ANN FRITZ "Anni F." . . . Scientific l . . . Travel "No, no, l'm Anni F." Cheerleading . . . Dramatics . . . Youth Center MICHAEL J. FRITZ "Mike" . . . Scientific I . . . Business "Hey there, got a match?" Parties . . . Bowling . . . Parties JAMES M. GABLER "Jim" . . . Scientific l . . . Math Teacher "O-o-o-h no!" ldes . . . Basketball . . . Baseball WITH THE HELP OF GCD ALICE M. FELDBAUER "Al" . . . General . . . Beautician "Oh yea! You want to bet?" C.S.M.C .... Volleyball . . . Youth Center MARY ANN FELDBAU ER "Maf" . . . Commercial . . , Secretary "Just a second." Youth Center . . , Volleyball C.S.M.C .... JAMES A. FODGE "Jim" . . . Scientific ll . . . Engineer "Rats!" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. JANET A. FREY "Jan" . . . Commercial . . . Secretary "Boy am l tired!" C.S.M.C .,.. Volleyball . . . Youth Center SENIORS AND THEIR SCLICITOUS TEACHERS PAULINE A. GARNER "Pauline" . . . Scientific I . . . Teacher "Hi, kids, have you seen Janie?" Dramatics . . . Forensic . . . Youth Center MARILYN E. GEYER "Lyn" . . . General . . .Travel "Oh, Berry Ann!" ldes . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatics WILLIS T. GLEIXNER "Willey" . . . Scientific II . . . Air Force 1'You're our." Archery . . . Hunting . . . Bowling MARY KATHERIN E GOETZ "Mary Kay" . . . Commercial . . . Secretary "Oh heavens!" Memo . . . Volleyball . . . Dramatics RICHARD C. GOETZ "Dick" . . . General . . . Mortician "Hey, did you hear who died?" Dramatics . . . Memo . . . Forensic PATRICK H. GORMAN "Pat" . . . Scientific I . . . Engineer "Oh no! Not again!" Bowling . . . Tropical Fish . . . C.S.M.C KENNETH C. GREGORY "Kenny" . . . Scieniific II . . . Organist "Holy cow!" - Youth Cenier . . . Bowling . . , C.S.M.C MARY C. GRIEGGS "Mary" . . . Commercial . . . Nurse "l'Il be darned!" Sodalify . . . Volleyball . . .C.S.M.C. THEY HOPE TO SUCCEED . . PATRICIA A. GRUNTHANER "Patty" . . . Commercial . . . Receptionist "Holy mud!" Forensic. . . Dancing . . . Sports ROGER A. GRUNTHANER "Butch" . . . Scientific Il . . . Prosperous Farmer "Jumping catfish!" Bowling . . . Hunting . . .Youth Center GEORGE D. HABERBERGER "Midge" . . .Scientific I . . .Civil Engineer "Hi-a fans!" Youth Center . . . Boys' Club . . . C.S.M.C. JOHN C. HALLORAN "John" . . .Scientific Il . . . College "Breaks of the game." Baseball , . . Dancing . . .Work JOSEPH P. HALLORAN "Joe" . . .Scientific I . . .West Point HI haven't the foggiestf' C,S.M.C .... Basketball . , . Memo MARTIN A. HAMMER "Marty" . . . Scientific II . . . Air Force " 'Fraid so." Student Manager of Basketball . . . Memo . . . Baseball MARGARET M. HANNIBAL "Maggie" . . . Commercial . , .Secretary "What did you say?" Choir... lcles . . . C.S.M.C. GEORGE F. HEARY "Chick" . . . Scientific Il , . . Furniture Dealer "Boy, what a girl!" Bowling . .Youth Center . . . Baseball ELIZABETH A. KEENEN "Betts" . . . Commercial . . . Air Line Hostess "Gosh, where's Lyn?" Choir . . . Volleyball . . . Dramatics PATRICIA M. KELLER "Patty" . . . Scientific II . . . Beautician "Honest to Pete!" Youth Center . . . Library Club . C.S.M.C. JOSEPH H. KIM "Joe" . . . Academic . . . Teaching "Oh, come on!" Dramatics . . . Youth Center . . . Ides LINDA M. KNOUSE "Lindy" . . .Scientific I . . . Nurse "Gee Whiz!" Glee Club . . . C.S,M.C .... Youth Center ON THE THRESHOLD OF A NEW LIFE JOHN W. HERBST "Herbie" . . . Scientific I , . . Designer "Enough is too much." Dramatics . . . Youth Center . . . Bowling MARY ANN HERZING "Hertz" . . . General . . . Nurse "Oh bird seed!" Dramatics . . . Library Club . . . Youth Center JOHN G. HNATH "Natty" . . . Scientific I . . . Engineer "Looks Hot!" Cars . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. RICHARD J. HOFFMAN "Dick" . . . Scientific II . . . Mechanic "Your as funny as cancer." Hunting . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. SENIORS .4 ,a MYRNA M. LARGEY "Myrna" . . . Academic . . . Music Teacher "Oh, for Pete's sake!" Glee Club . . . Youth Center. . . C.S.M.C. DANIEL K. LECKNER "Mack" . . . Scientific II . . . Navy "Let's play cards!" Bowling . . . Youth Center . . . C,S.M.C. ANN M. LECKER "Anni L." . . . Scientific I . . . College "No, no, I'm Anni L." Forensic . . . ldes . . . Dramatics MONICA M. LECKER "Moni" . . . General . . . Office Work "l've got to see it to believe it." Sodality . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. ' .iii WITH COUNSELING AND CONFIDENCE GARY L KRAUS Gary Scientific College Rough break' Memo Dramatics Youth Center DAVID C KRONENWETTER Dave Scientific I Electrical Engineer Don t sweat that nickle and dime stuff! Cars . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. F. THOMAS KRUG "Tom" . . . Scientific I . . . Engineer "What seems fo be your basic problem son?' Ides . . . Forensic . , . Dramatics JOYCE A. KUPPELWEISER "Joyce" . . .Scientific ll . . . Service "How's my hair look?" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. SENIORS 1 THEY TRAVEL TO THEIR FINAL GOAL JUUI I H H. LENZE "Lenzo" . . . General . , . Nurse 'l'm going to join the Foreign Legion!" Dramatics . . . Youth Center . . . Library Club PATRICIA A. LOEFFLER "Pat" . . , Commercial . . . Teacher "Oh, whai' a riot!" Memo . . . Volleyball . . . Good Times KATHERINE l. MALBURG "Kim" . . . Commercial . . . Secreiary "What's to eat?" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. DOREEN A. MEYER "Doreen" . . . Academic . . . Nurse "Oh no-o!" Sodality . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. ROSE MARY MILES "Rosi" . . . General . . . Beautician "You don't say!" Dramatics . . . Volleyball . . . C.S.M.C. RITA A. MILLER "Rita" . . . Commercial . . . Secretary "Are you ready yet?" Bowling . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C RUTH M. MILLER "Ruth . . . Scientific I . . . Nurse "Do you know what?" ldes . . . Forensic . . . Youth Center THOMAS E. MILLER "Tom" . . . Scientific II . . . Engineer "Don't bug me, man!" Bowling . . . Youth Center . . , Cars GRADUATES, TODAY. DlANE M. MORlARlTY "Babs" . . . Commercial . , . Beautician "Guess whom I saw?" Youth Center. . . Dramatics . . . Glee Club JOSEPH L. MORIARITY "Joe" . . . Scientific ll . . . Navy f'My Buick's faster." Youth Center. . . C.S.M.C .... Cars GEORGE A. NERO "George" . . . Scientific ll . . . Draftsman "I own a nifty-fifty." C.S.M.C ,... Youth Center . . . Cars MAUREEN E. NEUBERT "Maureen" . . .Scientific I . . . Nurse "Prove it." Youth Center . . . Volleyball . . . Forensic SENIORS a 1 A "famed mi' JERILYNN M. O'HERN "Jeri" . . , Commercial . . .Secretary "What's up?" Youth Center . . . Dramatics . . . Forensic JOYCE E. PFEUFER "Joyce" . . .Scientific l . . . Nurse "Chalk that one up!" Volleyball . . . Forensic. . .Youth Center DAVID S. PISTNER "Dave" . . . Scientific ll . . .Mechanic "What do you need to know?" Youth Center . . . Cars . . . C,S.M.C. HELEN A. PISTNER "Helen" . . .Commercial ...Child Care "l don't have any money." Youth Center... Volleyball . . . C.S.M.C. EILEEN C. RETTGER "Eileen" . . . Commercial . . . Beautician "Oh, well!" Youth Center , . . Volleyball . . . Bowling THOMAS C. REUSCH ER "Feamer" . . .Scientific I . . .Mechanic You're about as sharp as a marble and as round square". C.S.M.C .... Youth Center . , . Farm DIANE H. RENILLA "Diane" . . .Commercial . . . Housewife "How about that?" Cheerleader . . ,Volleyball . . . Youth Center ROSEANN C. RUPPRECHT "Rosie" ...Commercial . , .Secretary "Did you see him?" Glee Club . . . Dramatic: . . .Youth Center BSB LEADERS, TOMORRCW WALTER A. PISTNER "Wally" . . .Scientific ll . . . Foreman "He who laughs first laughs last." Boys' Club. . . Bowling . . .Youth Center JAMES R. PORTZER "Jim" . . .Scientific l . . .School Teacher "What's the matter?" Baseball ...Fishing . . . Hunting NANCY L. PRUDICH "Nancy" . . .Scientific II . . .Care of Orphans "Oh, my goodness!" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. CARL R. REIDER "Carl" . . ,Scientific ll , , . Make Money "Where were you last night?" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. if it I . 1 WILLIAM J, SCHAUT "Bill" ,. .General . . , Music Teacher "Holy Hanna, you did it again!" Memo . . .Youth Center , . . C.S.M.C, MARY BETH SCHLIMM "Jeep" .. .Commercial , 1 . Secretarial Work "Oh, we had a blast!" Cheerleader. , . Glee Club. , .Varsity Club THOMAS J. SCHLODER "Torn" . . . Scientific II . 4 . Engineer "I don't care." Youth Center . , .Library Club.. . C.S.M.C. JOHN T, SCHREIBER "Peeps" , . . Scientific I . . .Draftsman "I don't even care, so there!" Youth Center. . . Dramatics . . ,Library Club AS SENIORS CARL E. SADLEY "Gooney" . . . Scientific I . . . Musician "Let's make like a bird." Hunting. . . Fishing . . . Johnsonburg fi Lib 3"-va GEORGE .I. SAMICK "Ox" . . . Scientific II . , . Navy "Let's have a party!" Hunting . . . Fishing . . . Parties PATRICIA A. SCHABERL Pat" . . . Commercial . . . Office Work "Oh Brother!" rary Club , . . Forensic , . .Youth Center DAVID L. SCHAUT "Dave" . . . Acedamic , . . Teacher "How about a drag?" Youth Center. . . C,S.M.C .... Cars jim H A it Srl" vt. 1 '--31-..r THEY'LL REMEMBER ALWAYS . . WILLIAM D. SCHWENTN ER "Snitz" , . .Scientific I . . . Psychologist "Why don't we have a party?" Drarnatics . , . Youth Center. . . Parties DAVID J. SHADD "D.J," . , . Scientific l . . . Politics "That's debatable." Cars... Rollick's . . .Study of Politics JAMES J. SHAFFER "Shafe" . . . Scientific ll . . . Navy "You know," Archery . . . Hunting . . . Shaffer's THERESA E. SHOPE "Tres" . , . Commercial . . . Beautician "You're out of your mind." Youth Center. . . Soclality . . . Bowling S NICRS N1 JOHN J. SKOK "Jack" . . .Scientific Il . . . Car Designer "Nothing as fast as a Pontiac." Cars. . . Hunting . , .Youth Center SUZANNE M. SORG "Suzie" . , .Scientific I . . .Nurse "What a panic!" Cheerleader , , . ldes . . . Drarnatics M. GRETCHEN SPENCE "Gretch" , . . Academic , . . Teacher "God love her." Volleyball . . . Glee Club . . . Youth Center CATHERINE M. STERBANK "Cathy" , . .Scientific Il . . , Nurse "How's my hair?" Volleyball . . . Glee Club . . . C.S,M.C. E "TO FIND A WAY" GRETCHEN R. STRAUB "Gretchen" . . . Academic . . . Teacher "Come on, let's go!" Sports . . .Youth Center . . . Ridgway LEAH M. STRAUB "Leah" . . . General . . . Beautician "Do you know what happened?" Volleyball . . . Memo . . , Youth Center MARY BEA STRAUB "Bea" . . .Academic . . . Nurse 'fVVe'll see ya!" Memo . . . Youth Center . . . Drarnatics DAVID P. STRUBLE "Smiley" . . .Scientific ll . . . Tradesman "You're out, man!" Archery . . . Baseball . . . Boys' Club SENIORS 'S' EDWARD F. SUTTON "Eddie" ...Scientific I . . .Engineering "I'll be doggonef' Bowling .. .Youth Center.. . Arts Culb BONA J. THOMPSON "Bonnie" . . .Scientific ll . . . Housewife "That's tough." Sodality , . .Canteen . . . C.S.M.C. BEVERLY A. UHERNICK "Bev" . . .Scientific l . . . Nurse "Let's gush, Poopsief' Memo . . . Dramatics . . Volleyball BARR C. VALENTINE Parthyanu. , .Scientific ll . . . Air Force "Keep it cool, man," Youth Center. .Cars . . . C SMC mv WILLIAM A. WERNER "Bill" . . . Scientific I , , . Accounting "Got the car?" Sports . . . Youth Center . . . Parties CAROL M. WOLFE "Carole" . . . Academic . . . Nurse "What do you think?" Youth Center . . . C.S,M.C. GERVASE J. WORTMAN "Jerry" . . . Scientific I . . . Engineer "Did any of you see Renwick around?" Basketball . , . Parties . . . Hunting RICHARD H. ZAMBOLDI "Dick" . . . Scientific I . . . C.P.A. "Let's go over to Romans!" Basketball . . . Parties . . . Youth Center OR MAKE ONE JUDITH A. VANSLANDER "Judy" . . . Scientific I . . . Nurse "That's beside the point." Memo . . .Volleyball . . . Youth Center RAYMOND S. VITELLO "Ray" . . . Academic . . .Teacher "Let's dance!" Youth Center. . . Bowling . . . ldes ANN M. WEICI-IMAN "Ann" . . . Commercial . . . Secretary "What do you think of the Yanks now?" Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. CAROLE A. WEIDOW "Carol" . . . Commercial . . . Housewife "Oh, go soak your head!" Library Club . . . Youth Center . . . C.S.M.C. E 'DEARING MEMORIES . . . Sensor Hlsfory class at The Polls gets flrst hand mformafnon about whats behmd Government posmons Wha1 15 not thought up In Hugh Fmances Car Washmg to raxse money rw 5 Mme and what a grand Mme we had sprucmg up 100 cars' . , ,, ,, . . . , . . . r - if 4 - ff- - . : - W - 11 - 11 . , w . THEY LEAVE BEHI D. . Joseph Halloran Suzanne Sorg John Herbst and Richard Goetz proudly dlsplay thelr blazers Peter Bauer Mary Grteggs shows off our Commemoratlve one of our many fund ralslng campatgns if 1?""? p ate Dorothy Etchmlller Central s Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow i .1 1' .f 'S' 5a 'Bn gr- Patrtcna Loeffler and Wtlltam Schaut get theur prtze money for htghest sales an Bustness Patrons 3rd lst and 2nd respecttvely .twat ,Y 4 I .. H. .I I H- ...f V-m""" ,Ml .W ' g ' 1 6 i f AW 0' 31 A' " 2, ' 1 Q '-.. J . I , ,Q N - 'Lid J -. l ft of 5 55:--Q . t . .,'fw.4,.. 1 r, W ""-1' i',1'. -.NA -"2 t' ikffllf xl ' 'T 5" Alt,-All' x X 4 X Tw. .,,t ,. . I T"'- " V , N' 1 WHICH THEY'LL 'EVER FORGET I 1 jst, N x . vxf,.....,x QQUO ull' ,.f' if QQ Q, b Q N si- "H-.. X , X V Q. . X if 5 xv V. v. A 14, 'if , ' 1 If , ff 1. .9 ,,' gm: sv 6 .9 nf a Q, f f 1 L,,.maM' f',,-iff: wif, Gretchen Spence posslbilltes. 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QKQ - ., .N ,X X, 'lu 8' 'f .Ay 3-ax -. -Mg PREPARING FOR THEIR SENIOR YEAR John Halloran receuvung help un Trug from home room teacher Mr Lupton W v 'ki Ab GYM 'IOO BOTTOM ROW Phyllus Schueler Barbara Geer Margaret Pustruer Phyllus Eruch Aluce Fuscher Brenda Scutella SECOND ROW Anuta Coe Duane Baumer Theresa Bologna Carol Frutz Joyce Duppold Januce Lecker THIRD ROW Paula Meyer Sandra Tasullo .lean Heundl Ruth Wehler Duane Arnold John Fernan Dorothy Sporner FOURTH ROW Francus Herzung Thomas Klauber Lynnwood Schaefer Harold Pustner James Weuchman FIFTH ROW Muchael Lecker Robert Wurm Anthony Gunther Paul Eckert TOP ROW Charles Cunnungham Wulluam Sorg, Kenneth Stebuck, Thomas Anderson, Gary Wolf . . R, u , if Q' , M -- R - F . . . - Q y - , Q I h HJ I . , K -Q X Aj ,L Nfl 'ff ', 5 ' . ,gy A ll " H ul x .ugly g l I X O ul u ' Yu ,xi vis' ' 4 X 15 T A X .. 8 X Q U I , E - .fi ,"i ,eff W .Gr A ,gk ,.A'f?f-1, - . .'Q,:v4j,, rj- ' t yy' , .4 u.-v f 1' , un" u 0 A -5 sw 1 ll - .- J my ' w -I l UQ I . . ' I , I . . , . , ' : . I I I I I I t ' Z I I I 1 1 u - 1 ' ' , ' , , , . 1 , , ' , , z , JLINIORS LONG FOR BOTTOM ROW Carolyn Bush Kathryn Lenze Evelyn Krellner Jane Barley Chr1st1neMnles Jeanette Baumer SECOND ROW Karen Gorman Susan Helndl Elarne Precthl Susan Wllllams Carol Gabler Karen Copello Constance Schllmm THIRD ROW Mary Ann Stauffer Mary D Valentxne Juduth Frscher Barbara Kreckel Hope Werdenboerner Sandra Harnes FOURTH ROW Bernard Weudenboerner Thomas Muller Lee Stauffer Samuel Hrggrns Francns Robacker Gerald Brennan TOP ROW Davrcl Schatz Peter Garbrc Robert Parson Wayne Eckert Wulluam DeLullo Richard Kronenwetter QC :QN- Ik 'wiv gc Y ,s. Amit' Homeroom teacher S Pauline t Relrgnon class 202 5 ,.., . A T 2 , M ' is . U T 'S 15 , nr ' ' - rmyl We ff R M ., he 1 fl ,N i 4 , l ' O ev I ' 4? T T Ar XJ to if i ,, . 57: 1, v . f 5, H. . I , I ,.. r. ' a THAT TITLE OF . . .or 'K Homeroom teacher Geraldnne adlushng weughts , at Physucs Class 'vw BOTTOM ROW Carol Herbstrnt Glorla McAllnsTer Elizabeth Feldbauer Mary Cheatle Dorothy Nussbaum Ellen Forster SECOND ROW Donna Ernch Constance Gump Helen Glass Judlth Gabler Patrucua Cotter THIRD ROW Mary Lynn Scull Mary Ann Sam Mary Bauer Emnly Hauber Judith Vollmer FOURTH ROW Davnd Nlcklas James Weldow Roger Brennan Davld Pfaff FIFTH ROW Carl Vollmer James Shnelds Clarence Rupprecht Mlchael Polllck TOP ROW Gerald Gerber Thomas Engel Andrew Jacob KenneTh Donachy Ronald Kron wetfer 7' 'J 'f fi Sr. 's - ' -.. , uf C X7 , S an X . 1 . ,J i ' 4 M- 1 A 5. . 'lf 2 I ug ' A A Q ,,, . 205 3 ' 1 ' I 1 . f f 1 ' : . I I I I ' ' : I I I A , , . ' Z . l , , . : f - f , Q - , 1 , f "HIGH A D MIGHTY SENIORSH I ,..,.. Z SCCTT .Mt Homeroom teacher Mrs Scott dlscusslng wnth her Hnstory Class the candidates for the November electron in p-.---Q 5 206 BOTTOM ROW Ellzabeth Nussbaum Audrey Haberberger Carol Meyer Nancy Feldbauer Charlotte Schatz Elnzabeth Young Jo Ann Ernch Susan Bauer SECOND ROW Martha Goodrow Kathleen Hacherl Susan Bobenrleth Jo Ann Gecl Carol Helndl Valerne Sutka Joan Keenan THIRD ROW Marulyn Vollmer Colleen Clonan Sandra Defscn Ellen Sxmbeck Jo Ann Goetz Norma Stauffer Louise Frey FOURTH ROW Michael Donahue Robert Ptlngstler Jude Wegerner Suegrfrted Engelberg Ralph Zntzler FIFTH ROW Joseph Schaefer Paul Gerg Gerald Prechtl Tmothy Reuscher Davud Hannnbal TOP ROW James Jacob Thomas Nlssel Robert Snyder Dennns A Lecker James Welz ty 4 I, fa . 5 I x , 1 ' K 4 X ' T , .I x - I N I C 0 ' X. Q ,. I , I .l , w ' T , 'u , M l sf M -t W - , L, Q - . ' 7"' sm' Q yr , . 4 75? M!" f, . , : I I I I I I I I ' , - 2 , , r ', , , ' 2 I I I 1 I I I A 4 I I I I r I ' I I ' : I SOPHOMORE QFFICERS Karen Sorg, President, Edward Lynch, Secretary, Allan Hannibal, Treasurer, James Engel, Vice-President WITH DILIGENCE AND DETERMINATION .. BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Klaiber Patricia Weisner Karen Sorg Margaret Beck Geraldine Pfaff Kathryn Loeffler. SECOND ROW: Maureen Schatz Mary Ann Beck Jeanne Dippold Rachel Kronenwetter Jo Ann Grosser Lindy Herbst Mary Jo Rigard. THIRD ROW: Barbara Zamboldi Karen Auman Judith Feldbauer Kathleen Goetz Mary Jo Valentine. FOURTH ROW: Robert Samick Alan Geitner Joseph Meyer Jerome Brendel Donald Vollmer. FIFTH ROW: Dennis Rippy George Hasselman George Steele Dennis Bauer. TOP ROW: Richard Schutz Paul Farrell John Kerner Leonard Chalot James Lodes Joseph Williams. L Fix QD QQ J'-T if Q Mr Dornisch IOI homeroom teacher instructs Carl Volmer in some of the intricacies I Mechanical Drawing S fSf ..amn- 101 X I . , . 2 X , ' X . f I I A - . , , I - .wi I - I if - S v 'I A , y ' if 9 ,... T K -9 Y' in ' L" 9 J I T ., it ' Z 1 X I , 3 ., ,L P 'v' , fi -.wi?v., J . A wk I I . . .I . O Y Q T sf N, T 1 x 1 X ' lx I ' I We y i -" A 'mx 52 THEY MAKE RE DY TO ASSUME .. Roger Grunthaner testlng for a chem: cal reachon wlth Susfer Claudia T02 Homeroom Teacher ' OC CQ' 'IO : Q XJ-.2 ...- uv ,-0 47 BOTTOM ROW Gerrode Grofzlnger Carol Klein Anne Werner Ethel Fnedl Veronlca Greenfhaner Kathleen Vollmer SECOND ROW Ruta Hnarh Patrncna Donahey Sylvna Schauer Nancy Pflngstler Eluzabeth Menz THIRD ROW Carolee Haley Joan Barley Bermce Seller Judnth Slauffer FOURTH ROW Harry Hauber Mary Brunner Nlarlorle Fernan Sara Kronenweffer Frederlck B chelt FIFTH ROW John Sterbank Raymond Snyder Andrew Rutter John Bauer Paul Feldbauer TOP ROW Terrence Clark Mnchael Kneldel Theodore Muller Joseph Pnccolo Edward Lynch l l T f 4. Q X ' K fl ' I he Q ' ' 1? 2 053 l T 4.29 1' 1 T 1 Y u si ,fl ', T . 0 ' T X, 'W' 'O Q 9 ' Q .. 4.2 2 , Q Y ' ' l 102 GREATER RESPONSIBILITIES BOTTOM ROW Michele Daley Mary Lechner Ruta Mae Vollmer Irene Gregory Jean Prechfl Mary Gausman Jean Hoffman SECOND ROW Phyllns Wright Darlene Brennen Duane Fuscher Rosalyn Terry Joanne Meyer Nancy Bauer Mary Ann Salvatore THIRD ROW James Sorg Irene Kneldel Carol Haberberger Ellzabeth Schloder Gerda Engelberg Dennns Schneider FOURTH ROW Robert Plstner James McAlllster Davld Welchman Dale Bllle FIFTH ROW James Heary Michael ODonnell Robert Krellner Robert Fodge TOP ROW Muchael Cook James Hanes David Burfleld Robert Roberts Roger Wykoff 'Q lin 40" if 9? CG NLP-5 I '05-we D004 Translate TITIS, Saud homeroom teacher Sister Martha to Floyd Gerber 105 W I Q Q34 , y I We xy I F I ...,. , 3, ,- va fe f., , Q , -' Q C PP' I QT F ' I, it ' . ' I 1. , - V J Q--HU If I I -1 A ' I 5 f H, O Y . 3 'T Q - J 4- I - A 4' ,x- I be :fs AS UPPERCLASSME Mr. Chiappelli, homeroom teacher, helping David Schaut work out an experiment in General Science. 'x 'X " '74 , ..:i . . gi- 3 1. . .sl .4 Q ', E ta, ,M M W ,, 2 '4 f 0 av O'- Z , J O 5 C - 'bi' EM " " , .. . I 251Eil2w7eei 35 14, :" N 1 .'-E-2 - 'F' fd 47" ani I I I I L I I he :VI Q at ss- A' if BOTTOM ROW: Mary Lou Sherry, Edith Mohr, Carol Fleming, Georgia Feldbauer, Judith Walker, Barbara Horva'in. SECOND ROW: Mary Irene Rigard, Patricia Baumer, Ruth Young, Marie Brennen, Diane Knight, Rita Gerber. THIRD ROW: Judith DeG'oat, Joan Grleggs, Cath- erine Hannibal, Susan Urbancic, Sylvia Schaberl, Doris Lecker, FOURTH ROW: John Squires, Robert Resch, Jarnee Engel, Maurice Cashman. FIFTH ROW: George Breinclel, Ronald Schneider, Nedward Jacob, Willianw VanSlander, Fred Gabler. TOP ROW: R :hard McQuone, Lawrence Rogan, Richard Parson, Stephen Whiteman, Allen Hannibal. 1 1 'fa vu 4 1 , -K . ' ,-w..:w,Qx-at 1- 'A K W . 0 h f ' FQ, qi 'skis A Ka' ian. 'xv fx' " hgh A J 1: ,A 1 x ' ? G al wx, my vw . r. 4 ,'g ' , 4, Q., , s '.-. , "f 'Q .9 5' ' "" 7' 'xx " ,t " K Q ' 5, ' ii , F'-3, "yy 2 ,. , '95av -3 " . f"'k X5-ff' W o ' HY", y , n- f N' , 'n :vig Q. XY' I 1 ' L V we 7' Q " ' ' " K fyxf- ' - fx' 1?3Q?W .,rm.4s 1 " 1 'I ff A A I " I ' I7 5' 1 'E l ,Q Q 'Fx 1' i Q ,W O WL 53 'C' N l 5.3. 'ks all . p - L - , .Q , 'gzpnx .ul A fd! -- 15 ., ii"""g M we , 48 Q Q L 'D Q 4 ' .g ks Z 3 A is . ,Of M I A X I w ,X ,, . 0 A n .. L H, 0 X ' f A A ' k My I A Q W . 'R S 2 K2 hr ' - VF ' 1 'si ' 4. N M I M as 4 A' 1 A , 'fi' ,, x nr ' ' , . 'L -M ' ., ' ' ws- sus V K A V Q r i THEY ARRI ED FINALLY. . ! . Sister Louise, homeroom teacher, and Civics class studying a ballot. 2 xv -L, BOTTOM ROW Jane Dankmeyer Carol Cheatle Patrncna Donahue Mary Lee Catalone Mary Anne DuLuIlo Irene Bennlnger M rue Chlllelll Nancy Lee Drstler SECOND ROW Mary Brehm Patrlcla Flelschman Carol Bauer Mary Crowe Carol Fller Sara Fnscher Lunda Francus THIRD ROW Ruth Ehrensberg Barbara Beumel Llnnea Ford Linda Flemlng Carmella Cornelao Carolyn Baumer Patrlcla Bobenrleth FOURTH ROW Donald Ernch Raymond Bresndel Stephen Dornlsch Thomas Arnold Donald Blessel James Cotter Peter Engelberg FIFTH ROW Davld Dlppold Paul Donachy Thomas E Cheatle James Bucheut James Burgess Thomas A Cheatle Edward Callahan TOP ROW John Detsch John DeLullo Howard Eckert Mark Brendel Carl Bernnan A aff- I I ' .,, N lv ., M ff ' I . if ax ' me ara N . .-'Z I 1 I 5 A asa, ' - ' 2 X. 's X I V ."' s x I I 1 'Q I ' I I A af' , ,- M , -.-....x ,r J :-.:.-.. -il., I f IA' I ... xl , I , I I - 'zz' , -.. Bl I I 1 In I I , A I 3A I I' - ' I I r I I I I I ' 1 I I I I r r ' : I I I I I I ' : I I ' I I I ' I ' : I I I 1 - TO FIND MANY NEW... William Nussbaum gels help in Algebra from homeroom 1eacher Mrs. Mulcahy. 48. Y Kim SECOND ROW Antoinette Scutella Rose Hannibal Mary Jacob Mary M Glaft Louise Keller Dorothy Geifner Lorraine Herbstrm THIRD ROW Marlene Krug Jane Harclerode Karen Fritz Carol Keller Jeanne Fritz Eileen Herbstrnt Rose Ann Harlan FOURTH ROW Jerome Goetz Floyd Gerber Gary Grunthaner Michael Gabler David Gabler Thomas Hooper FIFTH ROW Frank Grunlhauer Ronald Feldbauer Nils Frey William Grieggs Robert Forster TOP ROW Thomas Hauber Anthony Nnssel Theodore Krellner Charles Kronenwetter Roger Hoffman T' - 7. x R r' T' , B2 BOTTOM ROW: Marlene Weis, Alene Gorman, Jacqualin Koch, Shirley Hanes, Arlita Leclcer, Aurelia Halloran, Mary Agnes Glait, Helen AND DIFFERENT E PERIENCES . .. T03 BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ellen Loeffler, Dorothy Portzer, Nancy Schneider, Patricia Armstrong, Dorothy Sain, Ellen Ricldle, Dorothy Prudich, Rose Mary Rettger. SECOND ROW: Susan Mohr, Wilma Newell, lrene Leithner, Martha Schatz, Susan Schaberl, Mildred Locker, Mary Ann Meyer, Ann Pfeufer, THIRD ROW: James Pfingstler, Raymond Nussbaum, John Loeffler, Gerard Neubert, William Miller, George Malburg, James McGill, Thomas McGill, FOURTH ROW: William Nussbaum, Patrick O'Brein, Robert Nussbaum, John Kronenwetter, Gale Largey. FIFTH ROW Robert Pistner Frank Piccolo Kenneth Lecker FrancisLecker John Pistner Wlwlihp L on Q' 'T If BK OO ag. Q0 91 Sf- vr -X ,,, ers 'I' gig 'W' 'R-I' vc rr on X! Sr L Religion clwss light the advent wreath Sr Mercedes homeroom teacher , ey I . v M fs- E 4 is 1 5 Q S A f l ' J A , ,i 1 .. rd X Q l , L .- N k . J ' X ' J 04 V , I I , ,D fy ,, , , x T , 1 is y 4-al' .J - -- ,K . 'tu - W' ' ' W i ig , . l Q- 'hi ? Q Q . - s it K N "ls, ! 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I v FOR THEM TO MEET X., i """':Q"" T ,ffllh-1 Cuttmg accordnng to pattern ns fun for Lnnda Flemung and Nancy Dustler Mass Kerner homeroom Teacher an ei. 77 X BOTTOM ROW Duane Slecker Mlchele Snllnsky Judtth Smeal Chrlstfne Sorg Carol Seelye Loss Welchrnan Donna Slecker SECOND ROW Falth Sherry Vrrglnna Wehler Mary Jane Wnllnarnson Duane Vollrner Sa dra Steele Lots Schreuber Martanne Ullon Anne Shadd THIRD ROW Rose Ann Sherry June Sorg Chrustnne Valentune Bernadette Wegmer Ruta Straub Carol Watkavutch FOURTH ROW Edward Sorg Anthoty Sherry Paul Onan Mlchael Schloder Wntluarn Pu tner FIFTH ROW Janos Sorg Ttmothy Valentune Robert Schloder Ffank Sadley Ttmothy Straub TOP ROW Robert Sumons lrvun Zalesku Dennus So Q Thomas Srnnth Andrew Wetdenboerner T' ,. ,Q ri: if T . sg . X - F F T -KX y . I A - x T r rr F 3' ,elf 4 ,I . 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J ku, THROUGHOUT THE YEARS 'Father Peterson "outcIid" himself on the "Day of Recollectionf' It took many willing workers to keep this group happy at meal time. f-. ' ' T'-. , Av 6 -X. rn ii x' XXX ..., Halloween time is always dance time for Us Z JW va M05 x 4, x E I IQ' ff' xXx r M' f X flf 1, f I ,I xzyaj f iff' K bf f f jd? S"'Q fffum 1 42,72- 'Alb 55 . I X ,X V66 .Q we O? .4 9 'fl' f A YW 63 f P ' x ff ff '. , 1 X 2 f ' V fl with :Il X 'XX fl f VV, I 1 if 1 X X ,,,, X '11 I ,J , L! ' , V . :I N 21 12 f X ' N . ' X f A' 2 f' ' I, 4 hav X X A, f f i A Aw ,f f ' M i Q, ,, L , I 1 X I ,A Mil, -K, ,f f g?I ff f 1 " x if Y 5 1 ""- I' yn , I V K lx f C Q if ,X IN' ll' J! 'i Z 0 ff ff' fl' X I X Xfxk I ji' , by H, , , ,X 1 .fy f X ' W '- , . x 1' ' ,f Q I I f 'x ' 0' X I ' 0,984 in I 'I X f .,4'.v' ,V I ff ::o'4A If 3 I nl ' fv: Q47-, f f f Q I' tax V5 - , f V 9' O O 9.1 a..A,fS.x, .5 f 1 lf gux,.,., X X A X , I A- "Zane K, 9 A , ss 1 if ,f M I X I X RELIGION - A GUIDE TO .l..l. Three Benedictine Fathers and four Sisters teach Christian Doc- trine to our five hundred thirty- tour students, tor whom Religian, the Core of the Curriculum, is a "must." These devoted teachers airn to foster ideals of Catholicity by developing the whole man, the soul as well as the body. Edward Lynch, Robert Krellner, Sister Pauline, and Dennis Sorg, in a Sophomore Religion class. W w f hs..f.s .,,. i Wg.. .MSL , s g -gi Q .. ,. g, glwkwg i Q it Asss I .Q i . , . .. W1 . i A l . . 5 Father Edgar questioning Patricia Loeffler in Senior Religion Class. THE PHILOSOPHY QF LIFE ' wyvn W M ,M aa A I., QQ . X N I- xx AA' GI ' hmm i I i..sff Ni- SYMBOLIC POSTERS DRAWN FOR FRESHMAN RELIGION CLASS, STANDING: Mary Agnes GIa1T, Francis Lecker, Dorothy Portzer, Martha Schatz, EIIen RidcIIe, Sisrer Mercedes. SEATED: Lois Schreiber, Susan Mohr. CATECHISTS STANDING: James GabIer, Sisrer IrneIda, Paoiine Garner, Kathryn Oark, Eizahefh Keenen, Arn Lecker, Raymond V1feIIo. SEATED: Joseph Kim Laura d Efsfcn, MariIyn Geyer, Monica Locker. These Seniors heIp to give catezheffff insrrodons to Puhhc SchooI chiIdren a' Force, Deguscahwdi, an Qoeen of the WorId Parishes, KNOWLEDGE OF THE PAST IS CIVICS 2' ,,.,.f' X3-f-57610 sexi! Snster Louxse ullustratmg a pomt on the U S map to John Loeffler world IS an The hlstor of our country and that of the countries of the Y interesting and fascinating study for our one hundred and twenty Sennors d and one hundred and thnrty three Junuors The worklngs of the State an h ndred and Federal Governments are an enhghtenxng topic for the one u fifty two Freshmen 'ff ai:- ff. + Q -riff? at ,E E, ,,5,. r fifmyzf, 4 V ,NN ccr,t ,N 5 ty , 'L - 1 ra,-, . , - :fc to 11? -, r ,- 'lyqfw W f fffifb E e 'E , 4'1Lj.f,g ,f qw-Ti f ,fx ,J-, , t, A gl, .i?,,. A. my-A A -, W K '4 6 :S t ,f,- ka il K GI X Nr- Wx ,.. .4 A L i , ffm: A M PREPARATION FOR THE FUTURE SOCIAL STUDIES Q I -1-'H X- :ff Q '11, ,C-r 1 i nnlol.. SCQQTT LAWRENCE mc' Trai JDVERNUR Peter Bauer and Laura Elston defend their choice in a "mock political campaign." Mr. Robert Lion explains the procedure at the election polls vo a Senior History class. BGOKS, THEMES, SPEECH ENGLISH, LIBRARY, JOURNALISM Many facts of English are stressed throughout the high school curriculum. Four credits in English is a require- ment for graduation, so all five hundred and thirty-four students have it as a major subject in each year's schedule. The Library is the fount of information in this field and is running to full capacity this year. The enriched teaching program has made many requests from the Library which, on the whole, have been satisfactorily supplied. Books in various classes have been added. Several editions of the Bible, Lives of the Saints, biography, fiction, and books of general knowledge, such as religion, letter writing, and literature have been made available to both students and teachers. Many magazines, also, have been acquired, either through purchase or gift subscriptions. This year Central nurtured a new shoot to the English program in hopes of releasing more interesting and informa- tive publications. The principles of good news writing claimed the interest of fourteen, ranging from Freshmen to Seniors. Although only one of this group is a member of the ldes staff, the rest strive to help by submitting features and editorials, conducting interviews with school personnel, and writing news articles and stories. Several of these have appeared in the ldes. Journalism aids in awakening the student to the world about him, makes him analyze facts and verify statements, and as a result, he becomes more informed on national and local points of interest. This class terminates at mid-term so only a half credit can be earned. THE LIBRARY W-.B NW-s.. Suzanne Sorg, William Schwentner, John Herbst, Ella Cheatle, and Charles Bayer making use of Library facilities while Sister Agnes, the Librarian supervises. 68 DEVELOPE SKILLS IN ENGLISH SENIOR ENGLISH ..,9., W. .2 if gk :ki Patrica LceffIer, Margaret Mary Hannibal, Mary Ann Herzing, Mary Kay Gcetz, and Judith Lenze faking part In a paneI discussion. JOURNALISM CLASS 'lI FIRST ROW, back: Kathryn Clark, Gretchen Sperce, Mary Bauer, Sher Anim, Rwrw N'.!er, Wcmes Hauber. SECOND ROV'-': Sandra HBIHGS, AIIC6 FISCIWSV Dcrctrvy Eicnrw?IIer, Karen CopeIIo. THIRD ROW: Catiwedne S'e-rbarwk, Kafrvryn Lenze, Rcger Hcffrran, Jefvaes Pfifgsrler. Q Y W ' .7 Xe-W aw 2 14' 3 if L za ' , H A ,. . fy' s 'Q k' ' fi? 713 ,JA Y af i if , M X ' kg l .41 'tam .W 1 THROUGH HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ED. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION The school nurse assusts The docTor and denT1sT In guv :ng penodlc check ups T half of The sTuclents each year She admlnlsTers visual and auditory TesTs and checks The he:ghT and vvenght of The sTudenTs Mary Kay Goetz M Spnzzarru and Mary Beth Schlmm watch whle Sh rley Cuneo trles To chn herself 'KW -nur .bf 1-W M ss Ida r z R N School Nurse stra ghtens up F rst A d room BIOLOGY DELVES INTO THE SECRETS OF NATURE Biology students, numbering eighty-tour, explore the wonders of God's creation by studying all the Phyla ot the animal and plant kingdoms. The startish and related Echinoderms, along with the Coelenterates, reveal some of the wonders of life in the ocean. The study of the parasitic sea lamprey, brings home the need for further research to conquer this menace to our supply of tish from the Great Lakes. Geraldine Platt examining a starfush in Rchard Parson W ll am Van Slander Sster Genev eve Maur ce C shman and Nedward Jacob are nves afng t e cac es a star s e osketeton i . . I sv , fn " A ' 5. A -gjtw. ,153 V V , ' I r I lm 4. T , i 5 , I i , 5 e I tg 1 h intri i of li X , Physics in today's world is an ever increasing challenge to the twenty-six students in this field. With the world-wide in- terest in atoms, space flights, and sound barriers, we must be prepared to meet the de- mands of rapidly expanding horizons. The thirty pupils in Modified Physics and the nine- ty-four taking General Science are exploring similar areas of interest. PHYSICS EXPLAINS HER LAWS Balancing parallel forces. Expansion of gases. IN-ul CHEMISTRY SHOWS OLIR DEPENDENCE ON HER Even a TesT Tube can reveal secreTs as The IaboraTory sTucienTs have dns covered Chemnstry holds many such mysTerles whrch our flfTyf1ve young sc1enTusTs are maknng an effort To un ravel The need for rnore research rs grovvnng and we are doing our besT To prepare ourselves To Take our places rn Thus ever wrdenlng fleld 7' James Welz and Sr Claudra check ng a d sT IlaTe In The process cf pur fy ng water -1 4 l R r, Ci Ill n iss Kerner looks w I9 Nancy Distler aogusts the hem n Patricia Fleischmamns skirt 76 WE LEARN THAT CLOTHING The basic principles of feminine, attractive, and up-to-date dress are of great importance to a woman. This knowledge should be acquired while young. The high school sewing class endeavors to in- still good taste in dress into our eighty-one Freshman girls. Miss Kerner instructs them in the correct techniques of cutting cloth from patterns, using electric sewing machines, designing a suit- able outfit, laying neat pleats and seams, and choosing pleasing color schemes. Carol Bauer s applying her knowledge of making a neat seam on the electric sewing machine HOME ARTS ARE USEFUL FOOD The ability to be efficient and confident in a woman's realm, the kitchen, is the priceless heritage provided by the Home Economics class for eighty-one Freshman girls. Sister Rose teaches them the cul- inary arts of correct meal planning, baking of pastries, preparation of all types of food, the manipulation of both gas and electric ranges, and the setting of an attractive dinner table. They are given the opportunity to participate in the Best Recipe and the Cherry Pie contests sponsored by State and National concerns Marlene Krug and Dorothy Geitner are preparing to bake doughnuts under the supervision of Sister Rose Lorraine Herbstritt Carol Keller Mary Jane Williamson Rose Ann Harlan Rose Ann Hannibal Louise Keller P tricna Armstrong Mary Ann Jacob Helen Kim preparing Jello TRAINING COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT In thas department the cIasses nn bookkeepnng contain elghtysnx su dents shorthand, sixty seven typewrnt :ng nlnety ntne and commerctal arlth metuc thtrty sux These various sublects tratn the students to take theur places nn the business world of today he is a'?"'t W Ja f-if ,wm4' BOOKKEEPING Mary K Goetz plcks up speed FIRST ROW Margaret Beck Mary Ann BGCIK, Gertrude Grotztnger SECOND ROW udtth Feldbauer, Sandra Hames, Szster Bernadette THIRD ROW Mar fone Fernan Cathertne Hannubal FOURTH ROW Duane Ftscher, Ruta Hnath, GeraI"vne Pfaff FIFTH ROW Ruta Gerber, Jean Hoffman, NGHCY PfIr19STI6r Barbara Zanwbcldt SIXTH ROW Patrtcta KIatber, Mary Jo Rlgard .KK ' I sffff -, I , A - - K yr 9- ,K J . 5 . 554-"1 f ' - , . . . . 'flff Q - I ' I ' A I rs ,ff r ' - K 5 ,A . Q KK K 5 . TEEEIIQ, ' 7 If 4' was I W C 14' -'."N,.. V' M i1t,fi2s3'3. , I 1-, : 5iKSifg2f'5Etgy ,- K . K "'Z,a1.',gg giairaix. f Q. v, '- Shay-,, , . .I f . - f wgfU,z,, . , I X . . 5, as K , rn K Kg .fy-is lg-K .Mawr .5 6 ,. bs- ,, C ' ,vit 4 N , - X.. , . s 1 P X ,lx , -A 5' , 's - 1 ' 4 S P K , K1 .. " FOR THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Skill in typing is developed by practice on both manual and electric typewriters. Stu- dents work for certificates, issued for var- ious speeds and accuracy, in both shorthand and typing. They are instructed in the use of the dictaphone and the mimeograph. After two years of training in this depart- ment, students go directly into the local banks, offices of the factories, or other business es- tablishments where they give satisfaction to their employers. Sister Anita demonstrates the correct procedure for chang ing a typewriter ribbon for Gertrude Dlnsmore To the Hum of the typewriter Janet Frey Mary Ann Herzing Theresa Shope Diane Mortarity .Ierulyn OHern Margaret Mary Hannibal THIRD ROW Patricia Loeffler Mary Kay Goetz Gertrude Dinsmore Ann Weichman Elizabeth Keenen Mary Ehrensberger Richard Goetz l FIRST ROW by Board: Theresa D'Amore, Mary Beth Schlimm, Eileen Rettger, Diane Rinella, Mary Grieggs, Shirley Cuneo. SECOND ROW: Patricia Schaberl, 79 MATHEMATICS IS A Q -Q. -"MK Mrs Mulcahy explams a problem rn Algebra to Frank Sadley Paullne Garner demonstrates a problem ln tngonomeiry HI, , " - ' Y' A U- K .I 'lxh"'w,K K X 5 . ll I fa.. V a a lr, GREAT CHALLENGE TO STUDENTS MATHEMATICS The Mathematics Department IS tralnlng the mlnds of one hundred and flfty three Freshmen In algebra I two hundred and elght Sophomores and Juniors In algebra ll forty three Seniors ln solrd geometry and trngonometry and ninety eight Sophomores Juniors and Sensors ln mechanical drawing Mathematics IS a very vltal tleld IH this world of rapidly advanclng horizons A good foundatlon In this sublect rs essential for all those who plan for a career In engxneerlng In all nts phases as well as for those who have the business world as their focal point The Department members try to keep abreast of modern methods and demands so that graduates of Central wlll be equlpped to meet the challenges they will have to face In adult lute Zf Y. NX .VB Thomas Krug and Thomas Engel attentvely listen whale Mr Dormsch expla ns some Important polnt In mechamcal drawmg . .... I 1 I PB S. T b T . fl . I x ' - '- l ' -1 8I KNOWLEDGE COMBINED WITH TECHNIQUES WOOD SHOP The wood shop IS a laboratory where sixty fave Freshman students learn that the former part labor more Important that the latter ora tory With thus labor and wlth the use of the band saw electrlc sander 'olnter lug saw planer and hand tools every Freshman student has built a plece of beautiful furnuture that wlll long remaun nn has room as a symbol of education The wood shop IS an Important part of thus school system that molds inexperienced and unlntormed Freshmen Into Central products educated and dlscxpllned sensors I Il Il - 1, I - ,, . . . I I I . . I .. I I I , I ' I, H FS t -I ,-'- .1 '. , I x. ' I , 5 vu ,. rf- James Sorg Rlbert Pnstner Mr Dostal Anthony Nlssel and John Plstner affixing hinges to puzzle boxes. GAINED FROM INDUSTRIAL ARTS MACHINE SHOP The general alm of the Cen tral Hugh School machine shop us to promote better cutszens for the world of tomorrow The speclflc arrn IS to en llghten thirty sux of our stu dents IH the operations and general functions of lndustry Thus as done through unstruc tion In the use of various machines such as the lathe shaper power hacksaw drlll press mlllnng machine etc Thomas Muller tempernng small crow bars under the direction of Mr Leehan whsle Paul Gerg looks on 4 in Gerald Prechtl Rnchard Hoffman Mr Leehan and James Jacob workmg at the metal lathes HONOR ROLL EIRST SEMESTER SCHOLASTIC AVERAGE 933 DEPARTMENT 93W BOTTOM ROW: Marlene Krug, Jude Ann Fischer, Norma Stauffer, Karen Gorman, Suzanne Sorg, Marilyn Geyer, JoAnn Goetz, Susan Bauer, Mary Agnes Glatt, Helen Kim, Elizabeth Schloder. SECOND ROW: Jeanne Frey, Jeanne Dippold, Rachel Kronenwetter, Catherine Hannibal, Carol Bauer, Dorothy Geitner, Dorothy Sporner, June Sorg, Antoinette Scutella, Christine Sorg, Veronica Greenthaner, Anita Coe. THIRD ROW: Eileen Herbstritt, Ellen Riddle, Dorothy Eichmiller, Myrna Largey, Margaret M, Hannibal, Shirley Cuneo, Joyce Pteufer, Hope Weidenboerner, Jeanette Baumer, Ruth Ehrensberger, Karen Scrg, TOP ROW: Bernadette Wegemer, Christine Valentine, Rose Ann Harlan, Patrick Gorman, William Schwentner, Ralph Zitzler, Michael Donahue, Rcbert Resch, James Engel, Alan Hannibal, Gale Largey, Alene Gorman, Susan Schaberl, Virginia Wehler. 84 aww , A J QSM " a 4 U N If' H' Q ww ,fl I I Il ff f,,r'Qffrffffff fill X I ,l fc. L'f11f5', 0' fi . :IS , ,hx , 2 1 2 K- A I I 9 gl' . X L:-,vi Xylh 1 S," 6' ' F " , gf' JM? A., is ' ' - M t .R v ' Tllullyt ' J h O J V ' I l . d:,s.', Q I xxx 'ill JI ' ' t -.gif K Y-'wi V 1, X ' F ' ' 4 wh- x 'fl' Y x gpg' . . ,p ' 1- N., h H ,, 3 4 My I . , K' . .. N, .Q , l ,.,,g,, - ' M.. ' I Q 'nl g -f - ..f- B I x . - U 1 hw NK 'f 1 4 W., . , , N 1 f ' 1J , 1 1 I ,, . . . , ,J 1 , x hx: . f 1, 1 M X xx! . f ' . W fp ' X , s 1 4 K wx I h Ar , A ,Q N , Iwi AJ: 'vw 7 ,Z X 5'ff:1 53, ' ,M . "Q: ha 1 1 xi 'INI In I 1 ,QR I 'Dr' if H. - .Hi I ," 'S , 'Pa . 'a W If Al.. 7 -1 ' TIME MARCHES ON SEPTEMBER School opens . . . 535 enrollment . . . 7 new Teachers added to the faculty . . . Senior blazers arrive along with rings for Juniors . . . New class officers are elected . . . Class pictures taken . . . Senior pictures Senior counseling by Mrs. Colgrove . . . Jerry Becker speaks to Senior boys on Naval Reserve . . . Father Edmund-St. Vincent talks to Senior and Junior boys . . . Family Association Meeting . . . Freshman Bake Sale. I OCTOBER Holy Father Pope Pius XII dies . . . Teachers' Conference at Erie . . . "Business Patron" drive begins . . . "Sock-Hop" sponsored by Seniors . . . Scholarship qualifying test . . . Enthronement of Christ,the King . . . Calendar Sales begin . . . Junior Halloween dance . . . Angelo Cardinal Roncalli elected Pope John XXIII . . . Day of Recollection at Sacred Heart Parish . . . Father Thaddeus's namesday . . . College Night at Public High . . . Forensic at DuBois. ' NOVEMBER All Saints Day . . . Senior playe"You Can't Take It With You" . . . Election of C.S.M.C. officers . . . Thanksgiving-free day at last! . . . Report cards for students-headaches for parents . . . Family Association Meet- ing . . . Forensic at Clearfield . . . "Keep Christ in Christmas" Posters Bazaar at Queen ofthe World . . . Report cards. DECEMBER Deer hunting . . . Forensic at Central . . . Feast of Immaculate Concep- tion-December 8 . . . Basketball season opens . . . Betty Crocker Homemaking test , . . Central, Public tangle for City Tournament titlev December 23 . . . Christmas vacation beginseDecernber l9fHappy days are here again . . .Senior dance-December 29-Silver Bells. l958 I959 Class s resumed Here we go again . Students cram for mid-terms Father Timothys namesday Dramatic play-"Margie" . . . Betty Crocker Homemakung test Forensic at Bradford . . . Family Association Report cards . . . Yearbook deadline must be met Central lost to Public in second tournament game Basketball season ends with Central playing host to Saint Leos Saint Scholastlca s day free Forensic at Punxsutavvney . . Seniors C S M C Panel on Catholic Press ... Lent. . . Easter Candy sales by Saint Benedicts day March 12 Father Gregory's namesday . . . Aptitude test for Sophomores Holy Week and Easter . . . Forensic District Finals Daffy and Dotty Play . . . Model U.N. sponsored by Gannon College Pillsbury Bake off school program . . . Scholarship tests Social Security Program APRIL Junior Prom . . . Juniors order sweater goods Sophomores measured for rings . . . Patrol Benefit movie National Merit Scholarship test . . . Fishing begins . . . Western Pennsylvania Dramatics Regional Con ference. MAY Family Association Meeting . . . May crowning of Blessed Mother . . . Yearbooks arrive . . . assignments accomplished . . . Seniors take final exams . . . Thespian Initiation . . . As- cension Thursday-Free day . . . Second semester coming to an end-At last! . . .Gradua- tion . . . Summer Vacation begins. HIGHLIGHTING THE NEWS With the election of James Gabler edltor In chlef of the ldes publlcatlon work began lmmedlately The staff ts comprlsed ot sixteen students The Ides IS publashed monthly and the stafft endeavors to cover the news un all partments of the school The course nn Journalnsm, vvhnch started IH 1957 vvuth one peruod a week has now vanced to four periods thus yea'r The staff again thus year IS fnakung plans for attendlng a press conference In e sprung IDES STAFF SEATED Thomas Krug fourth page edutor Marllyn Geyer reporter and buslness manager Ann Lecker second page editor Joseph Knm reporter Ruth Muller fnrst page edltor Raymond Vltello reporter Suzanne Sorg thlrd page ed or Rlchard Goetz reporter Sr Anlta advisor James Gabler edltor IH chlet 1' .gr-' Cathertne Sfsrbtnk typst, Marca Chlcola exchange eclltor, typlst, Margaret!! Ha vrbal Sh rley Cuneo and Duane Morlarlty typlsts Andrew Jacob photographer A ' , I ' ' U ' de- . . . .--- I . a di . . ' I , . I . . . . Th T S A J Q , 'X N' . -234- 1 ,, . eb: , ,xg T J 88 RECORDING FOR THE FUTURE The MEMO has tried to record the year both in pictures and in words. All the members performed their assigned tasks to the best of their ability. With enthusiasm and hard work, which entailed many hours outside of school time, the staff set about financing and editing the "book of the year." Judith VanSlander, William Schaut, Associate Editors, Joseph Halloran, Editor-in-Chief, Gary Kraus, Beverly Uhernick, Associate Editors, Sister Benedict Advisor. SEATED: Laura Elston, Business Editor, Patricia Loeffler, Mary K. Goetz, Typing Editors, Leah Straub, Charles Bayer, Picture Editors. STANDING: Richard Goetz, Business Editor, Mary Bea Straub, Martin Hammer, Sports Editors, Gervase Wortmam, Art Editor. 89 1 JUNIOR PROM l April 25, 1958-a memorable day in the lives of many. For on the eve of that day, a world of many dreams evolved into a most beautiful realization. The time had now ar- rived . . . this was our own JUNIOR PROM. Some three hundred Junior and Senior couples danced to the theme "Fascination" in our transformed Sacred Heart Auditorium. A dark blue sky with puffs of white cloud hung overhead. The stage, walls, and tables were decorated to further enhance the room. Surrounding the stage were suspended tiny stars imprinted with the names of each couple. But as a fitting climax to this "Fascination" theme, a revolving centerpiece graced our dance floor. Hand-made, and consisting of hundreds of odd-shaped mirrors this beau- tiful creation, stood as a main topic of con- versation among the many guests. It was encircled by a glass pool and a base of hand- made flowers embedded with multi-colored lights. As the centerpiece revolved, the lights reflected throughout the room. Richard Goetz was chairman of the decorating committee. Chosen King and Queen for this evening of memories were David Schreiber and San- dra Cassidy. The royal couple were pre- sented with gift certificates issued by one of the local merchants. We were traditionally chaperoned by the lay members of the faculty: Miss Kerner and Milton Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. Mulcahy, Mr. and Mrs. Petcav- age, Mrs. Margaret and Dennis Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Spizzirri. Midnight and "Fascination" played by the "Monitors" terminated this most unforgettable occasion. es fi U Joseph Halloran and An I, n Lecker starting the centerpiece 'F 3 1 2 e 'I " A 5 N 'T ' '5 wgymwbe' ,f 'if ,, 4 vw Q 1 .,, 'v 'QV -sr if . N. ' .,,7 , 11 x 32, I 5'- GAY HEARTS THRILL T0 THE MUSIC . . CHAPERONS: Mr. Lupton, Miss Kerner, Mr. Spizzirri, and Q Mrs. Mulcahy. Sandra Cassidy David Schreiber QUEEN AND KING- 1,4 - fn t., ,f 71 1 Xi-. 92 U "On the light, fantastic toe" AND BEAUTY OF A COLORFUL PROM A75 A G flQ,,v"'. A .. 5 w sf p-911116 'Q ,mam-lnnrr Servers of the Prom Roger Brennen Betty Nussbaum Judy Vollmer Bernard Weldenboerner Patty Cotter and Gerald Brennen 5:9- 5, N X 3 Q Adrmrmg the mam afrractron of the evenmg are John Herbs? Barbara Zarnboldr Mary Beth Schlnmm Rrchard Zambold Mary Lynn Scull Thomas Reuscher Rxchard Goetz Comme Gump Mary I Rrgard anJ Dave Schauf 'I ' ff I ' f' y x S yy ji M If . N , . A 0 , 4 ' r 1 in 1 I: wr W 5 A VII- V Q Y ' 2 1 4 f I Tx , Y' I Q .. ur G .x I 7 wqgrfv r 1 x ,Q - if "ii, 1 V,"fM 4 Y A ' ak ' x , A -y ., - y x , X X A xx A A A N, ' R . ,,:' xr ' in no . . , , . I .' . , . I, I "I AM TH E Procession around the school we -Q-11 .1 Na i px' On the right of the Blessed Mother: Joseph Halloran, Steven Sorg, Thomas Krug. On the left: Robert Zamboldi, Donald Sain, Hilary Schatz. MAY CROWNING For the annual May Crowning ceremonies, a grotto of Lourdes, previously erected at the Center Street entrance of the school, was set against a background of forsythia, cherry and dogwood. All the other decorations fitted in with the traditional one at Lourdes, since the centennial of the Apparitions to St. Bernadette was being celebrated. Enroute to the altar the student body recited the rosary. The May Queen, Martha Weber, attired in a white lace, floor-length gown, was at- tended by Karen Sorg, crown bearer, and Constance Schlimm, Mary D. Valentine, Gretchen Spence, Mary Beth Schlimm, Kath- leen Erich, Jo Ann Schloder, Gwynne Schae- ter and Alice Hammer, all dressed in pastel shades and carrying colonial bouquets. Bear- ers and guards of honor were Hilary Schatz, Torn Krug, Joe Halloran, Robert Zarnboldi, Steve Sorg, Don Sain, Dave Mohr and John Schaut. The program consisted of the blessing of the crown, the crowning of our Blessed Mother, a prayer and hymn to Our Lady of Lourdes, the litany of the Blessed Virgin and traditional Marianohymns. Fr. Donald ex- plained in fitting words the origin of the custom of May crowning, also the message of prayer and sacrifice which the world needs so much in this day, the message given to St. Bernadette by Our Lady of Lourdes. May hymns brought the Crowning to a conclusion. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION David Mohr, Father Donalcl, Karen Sorg at the blessing of crown ceremonies. 2-is May Queen, MARTHA WEBER. Constance Schllmm, Mary Be1h Schllmm, Gwynne Schaefer, Karhleen Erich, Karen Sorg, Martha Weber, Jo Ann Schloder, Alice Hammer, Gretchen Spence, Mary D. Valentine. 95 KING AND CENTER OF ALL HEARTS Central's first Catholic Mission Cru- sade Meeting of the year, held Oct- ober 23, was opened with a prayer led bythe newly-elected president Joseph Halloran. Thomas Grug read the recent letter of the Holy Father to the National C.S.M.C. delegates at Notre Dame. The theme of Catholic Youth week, Youth, Space and Sanc- tity, was explained by Paula Meyer. Mary Bauer gave the financial plan for the Missions with the slogan "Fight Communism by a prayer and a coin for the missions." The president further outlined the study and program plan for the year. The Act of Consecration and Litany were led by our Moderator Father Donald. Father Lord's hymn to Christ the King was sung since the meeting was held in honor of that Sunday's feast. Father Paul's address was a timely talk on our preparedness to combat the opposing forces in the world today, for the survival of Christian civilization. The closing number wa-s a Sacred Heart hymn followed by the triple blessing of the three priests present. ,- 4 l i X W1 C. S. M. C. OFFICERS Paula Meyer, Secretary, Joseph Halloran, President, Mary Bauer, Treasurer, Thomas Krug Vice-President. vii. Father Paul addressing the Seniors at the Enthronement of the Sacred Heart. SPIRITUAL VALUES ARE SET FORTH Father Donald celebrates Holy Mass whsle Father Peterson narrates ,I Father Peterson wth a group rn front of the Church Our Day of Recollectnon conducted by Father Peterson on October 31 began with conferences at 9 OO and TO OO followed by a narrated Mass at ll OO After lunch there was a questwon pernod and a Holy Hour from 2 OO to 3 OO closed the day of retreat 5' 'Q T ' og 5 V .. X Q I A 1' A .-A , ,HV ' .V 1 2 F 1 '17 I T 1 ' f f ff 1 Q A I i ' . MASS FOR THE LATE POPE PIUS XII Following the death of our Holy Father on October 9 1958 the hugh school students assnst at a Requxem Mass sand for htm by Father Donald lmah Commumon of the Mass ACT WELL. . . DRAMATICLS "YOU CAN'T TAKE lT WITH YOU" G-Man ,,,,,,,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, John Kerner Gay Wellington, Actress ..Y, Mary Bea Straub . Jim ........,........,,,.V...,,,..,,.,,,..,..,,,,,,. Terry Clark MI. DePinna ,,,.. ,,,.A,, J ohn Schreiber FRONT ROW: Mr. DePinna . . . John Schreiber, Penelope Sycamore . . . Beverly Uhernick, Grandpa Vanderhof . . . Richard Goetz, Mrs. Kirby . . . Marilyn Geyer, Mr. Kirby . . . Joseph Kim. BACK ROW: Essie . . . Jerilyn O'Hern, Henderson . . . Steve Whitman, Alga Katrina, Grand Duchess . . . Ann Fritz, Paul Sycamore . . . John Herbst, Tony Kirby . . . Thomas Krug, Boris Kolenkhov . . . William Schwentner. 99 YOUR PART DRAMATICS You CAN T TAKE IT WITH You Gary Kraus Essze Jenlyn OHern Grandpa Vanderhof Rnchard Goeiz Penelope Sycamore Beverly Uhernlck Alga Kafrma Grand Duchess Ann Fritz Bolrs Kolenkhov Wllllam Schwentner Rrchaf derhOf Grandpa Van Krug Thomas Tony Knrby d Goeu Mrs KubY Mardyn Geyer Pen elope 5YC3mO'e B evedy Uhernldf THERE ALL THE DRAMATICS As usual The Dramatic Society began its functioning by holding a meeting With a new group of Freshmen coming in There was an increase In membership Due to the large number one hundred and fifty-one mem bers the classes were divided into two sections The Senior Junior and Sophomore members held their meetings on The second and fourth Wednesdays of each month The Freshman members on The second and fourth Thursdays The first play presented this year was a comedy in Three acts You Cant Take It With You which was The most successful production staged by this group Good Will Toward Women added To The spirit of the Christmas season Margie a comedy in Three acts was staged for Very Reverend Father Timothys feastday and was later presented for The public Father Gregorys feastday was honored by The presentation of The Haunted Clothes :ne The Senior members staged The Three act comedy Dotty and Daffy ln our Troupe 658 The BEST Thespnans of The year selected for their outstanding service in The Troupe are Richard Goetz and John Herbst The HONOR Thespuans or Those who have acquired four gold stars are Mary Ann Her President Richard Goetz Secretary Mary K Goetz Treasurer Ann Leclcer Reporter Judith Lenze The Regional Conference for the Western Pennsylvania Unit of the National Thesplan Society held its meetnng at Pennsylvania State University on Saturday April 5 Seventy two members of Troupe 658 attended The Conference and profited by it The Seventh Dramatic Arts Conference was held at Purdue University Lafayette Indiana from June T6 To 21 T958 ID which thirty members participated This Conference convenes every two years the T960 one being scheduled for Bloomington Indiana THESPIANS BOTTOM ROW John Kerner Andrew Jacob Peter Garbuc Edward Lynch John Schreiber Richard Goetz William Schwentner Gary Kraus Thomas Krug SECOND ROW Mary Bea Straub, Gretchen Spence, Elizabeth Nussbaum Constance Gump Ann Lecker, Jane DeWald, Ann Fritz, Elizabeth Keenen, Kathryn Clark, Marilyn Geyer, Suzanne Sorg, Patricia Schaberl THIRD ROW Laura Elston Ruth Wehler, Pauline Garner, Emily Hauber, Mary Ann Stuffer, Mary Ann Herzung, Mary Bauer, Beverly Uhermck, Ellen Srmbeck, JoAnn Goetz TOP ROW Jerilyn Ol-Tern, Jeanette Baumer, Barbara Kreckel, Joan Keenen, Judith Vollmer, Mary K Goetz, Judith VanSlander, Paula Meyer, Roseann Rupprecht , . , . , , . . . . ,, , . ,, . , , . . ,, . ,, . . . u . 11 I I . 1 ' I I I ' I ' II I-' 'I ' 11 ll I . I . . . . I . ' ' I 1 . 1 ' zing, Judith Lenze, Joseph Kim and Ann Lecker, The officers for this year are: President, Mary Ann Herzing, Vice , ' z , - : , 2 , ' - I ' - ' . D I 1 I I I l I . . u . I , . IOI 4 Mrs. Vivian Val , HO OR LIE "GOOD WILL TO WOMEN" Burk . , . Mariorie Fernan, Mary Ann . . . Sandra Detsch, Janice . . . Karen Sorg, Mrs. Dean . . . Joan Kennen, Evelyn . . . Judith Vo! . . , Barbara Kreckel. UMARGIEH . , Rita Hnath, Mrs. Brown , , . Patricia Dcnahey, Margie . . 4 Jeanne Dippold Harold Brown , , , Edward Lynch, Brother James, Minister . . . Kerner, Jenny . , . Edith Mohr, Mary . , . Mary Lechner, Mr, Henry Brown . , Terry Clark. I02 mel' John BURST OF MELODY SOPHOMORE GLEE CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Mary Brunner, Judy Feldbauer, lrene Kneldel, Rita Mae Vollmer, Jean Dlppold, Elizabeth Schloder, Carol l-laberberger, SECOND ROW: Sara Kronenwetter, Mary Rigard, Carol Klein, Barbara Horvatin, Anne Werner, Mary Lechner, Kathleen Vollmer, Barbara Zamboldi. THIRD ROW: Mary Jo Rlgard, Maureen Schatz, Jean Hoffman, Mary Gausman, Patty Baumer, Rachel Kronenwetter, Sylvia Schauer, Edith Mohr, TOP ROW: Sr. Claudia, instructor, Irene Gregory, Jean Prechtl, Kathleen Goetz, Kathryn Loeffler. JUNIOR SENIOR GLEE CLUB BOTTOM ROW Alce Fischer Elizabeth Nussbaum Kathryn Lenze Jeanette Baumer Ruth Wehler Hope Wedenhoerner Do othy Echmiller stance Schlimm THIRD ROW Jane DeWald Mary Grleggs Diane Moriarity Paula Meyer Suzanne Sorg Emily Hauber Colleen Clonan TOP ROW Pauline Garner Judy Frey Rose Ann Rupprecht Mary K Goetz Barbara Kreckel Mary Ann Stauffer Mrs, Wlttrnan, instructor, SECOND ROW: Jane Dlstler, Elizabeth Keenen, Marilyn Geyer, KathrynlClark, Carol Gebler, Gloria McAllister, Con SINGING GOD'S PRAISES James Bauer at the organ, Suzanne Sorg directing. BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Vollmer, Ann Werner, Jean Dippold, Gerda Engelberg, Joan Bailey, Zoe Ann Grosser, Miss Manley, SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Schloder, Patricia Fleishman, Faith Sherry, Mary Crowe, Rose Ann Harlan, Marlene Krug, Ann Pfeufer. TOP ROW: Carol Haberberger, Mary Ann Sain, Maureen Schatz, Karen Sorg, Judy Gabler, Ellen Simbeck, Jane Bailey, Louise Frey. SACRED HEART CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Sr, Mary Grace, Jane Distler, Gretchen Spence, Ruth Miller, Ann Fritz, Betty Ann Keenen, Jane DeWald, Pauline Garner. SECOND ROW: Jane Dankmeyer, Nancy Bauer, Ethel Friedl, Mary Bauer, Paula Meyer, Theresa Bologna, Rosalyn Terry, Mary Brehm, Patricia Donahue, TOP ROW: Eileen Herbstriit, Michele Daley, Barbara Horvatin, Carol Klein, Sara Kronenwetter, Judy Sineal, Mary Ann DeLullo, Linnea Ford, Maiorie Fernan. IO4 rf ii V! I f '1 'E a Q -4",,...-nf" 1 ,Q i ,M 5 , .N . 2 ' f 2 -sw 515 A ,wikwvm if 1 , Q 1 A 3135311133 I ', Q ' 5 1 A ff ll' Qaxll Y 2 ull mga! :U I If it l 1 ' . ' x 11' 3, , , .A x lx Qzwifz-Q71 Jfflwf lin 05' 'HV 536' ur' i M , ef Q Q f 'gif 4 ws-2 LEADERSHIP EVOLVES FROM FORENSIC TOURNAMENT This ns Centrals second year of member shtp an the Natuonal Catholic Forensuc League The partlcxpants profnt greatly by thenr part In the Speech Tournaments and gaun poise and confidence before an audlence Thenr skull and zeal wall bear frult IH adult llfe be cause of theur abuluty to express Catholxc thought and :deals before gathenngs and to debate an nssue wlth loglcal reasonnng and fanrness Dorothy Echmller declalrn ng The Arthmetc Lesson The moment of tense nterest as Fcrensc partuc pants atch S ster Clauda chalk up the scores after each round PARTICIPATION IN FORENSIC MEETS 5-:E fx Gertrude Gro zlnger presldes as chaurman at a Forensuc gathering whne Patrlcua Welsner presents a selection from Lnt1Ie Women Joyce Pfeufer In a dramatrc presentation of Fabuola Ik' At a Student Congress sessfon, Mary Bauer deluvers a pro speech I ff ew iff. X A ' -' I .4 1' 7 IIN' XM II I- +I, I , X I L I!! g I- I I T V I07 ROUND OF ACTIVITIE o Q Lx' Carol Fller and Karen Auman swungrng ut Cherry ple contesi funallsf Mrchele Daley T -1 WMM -agus Between classes at the gym and the Hugh School KEPT THE TIME MOVING VERY FAST Music makers Lynnwood Schaefer and James Weuchman Laura Elsfon Wnlham Schauf George Heary and Jerllyn OHern learn the an of decorahng Llliwmm 'VN Bulldung strong bodxes wnh good food O O K 5-K ..... .ef , .ant V V , , . L s: 1, ' , 1 t, 'I ,L , 'V .. , . . 33f!:!".. Q. Z: 54 :T 5: 7 , ,N ' E' f 7 5 . 1 . " n , ,' f , I if 2. -' 1 -' i A . . .o ., 1' '. ' - ,4 " H -b - '- - ' ,4 " K " . 5 2. . ' E j 'L ' V ,f H ff K f , ,. ff fr ,. ,E . fi' A I "fr r wif 'f' ' s J. ',' .f . . ,V 1 3 M . , P- h., , Mui ' AWZWW , jp ,ri W , 1 - N fn I . . , , 7 I AND LEFT NO MONCTONY Barbara Kreckel Father Donald Theresa Bologna Emily Hauber Wllllam DeLullo watching Halloween pranks from the wxndow i 1' X rx! 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' . 5, A jdfliwn - xgbx , vx If Q, V I. 1 f A 4 , A ,437 , Q 1 Nh 0 ,Q O 3" ' V 'M . 9 .Y A IN x ' if My ' ' V, I ,fl 1 'QU' , ' f V 'sr ' 'JL ' Q ' W, A f.. ,ff f , ,gf , - 1.1 . -- K I twig: ' rf A lfyff. '5 'HJ' ' XS, wiijy-'-'-1.25 .ply R 9 I c.' K 1 Ss. 1 gf -X. f , l , A '-. 1,5511 fd '- I .' ,. f f AQ. vm fi: TZ? ' . - y- , - f V . , ...X , ,, Qaro rl' ? ' .' X ,f I ' ' 'N 5 K -s X' a- ,., , f KN K A :J :y.,,. ' ' f- ' UK Mba?-Ri. " 2 5 jf , f ' I , 1 4 ,I I J 'f 1 X I -Q -1 f, f 1 - r 1 X T " Z - -5 ,, ff ' at .. CRLISADERS CAUSE DIAMOND TURMOIL Superb pitching performances turned in by Central hurlers and a ceaseless hitting average carried the Church Streeters through a short but unmarred campaign. The Lupton-coached squad bombarded their way to a 4 win O loss season collect- ing 55 tallies in the process. Tom Goetz highlighted the mound duty with a spectacular no hit perform- ance in a 6 to 2 victory over the John- sonburg Ramblers. Don Sain received credit for the first victory of the '58 sea- son vvith a T5 to 2 downing of Penfield on home ground. John Gutowski handled Clearfield in fine fashion with a 5 hit, lo to 8 victory at Bervvind park. Bill Werner polished off the season with an 18 to 6 win over Clearfield while experienc- ing little trouble on the latter's playing site. 1 . f ' 'UTM 'Vi- BOTTOM ROW: John Bauer, Peter Kronenwetter, Robert Fodge David Struble Martin Hammer Michael Pollick John Halloran George Heary TOP ROW: Don Sain, John Gutowski, Leroy Hasselman Thomas Goetz Steven Sorg Joseph Halloran David Buff eld William Werner Coach Bob Lupton. X SENIOR CRUSADERS JOE HALLO AN C ILL WERNE F JERR WORTMAN F II3 ,J f f K' , Lf' xx X J CK SKOK-G C Z O -G X C " -4-- , I - - -N-- 3- - V . -.-- -, .. , , ,-.ff 2 X E 1 f R - , , X, ,J B - Y - BASKETBALL PROVIDES FANS The opening of the '58-'59 basketball season found Mr. Spizzirri once again at the helm, mark- ing his third successive year as coach of The Central High Crusaders. He faced a Tremendous rebuilding task clue to The loss of five seniors, four of whom were regulars. Only four lettermen were to return. St. Bernard's of Bradford was replaced on The schedule by Sykesville Public High. DuBois High was also a newcomer This year. Tom Goetz, a iunior, paced The Centralites in The scoring department with 350 points for an average of l5.9 points per game. Goetz was also high in The foul shooting with a total of 7O, for a percentage of 54.2. The Crusaders will meet Erie Prep early in March, aT Russell, Pa. The Junior Varsity, with Mr. Lupton as coach, Tailored Their way Through a 20 game schedule which found Dave Burfield as high scorer with l8l points. A new addition to The Central High basketball program was The Junior High coached by Mr Leehan in his first year aT Central lei 'nuff Athletcdrector FR DONALD Coach MR SPlZZlRRl Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Alumni Sykesville Johnsonburg Emporium DuBois ST Catherines St Marys Public DuBois St Catherine s Punxsutawney DuBois Public Clearfield Oil City Johnstown Ridgway Sykesville Emporium Clearfield Johnstown Oil City St Marys Public DuBois Public Punxsutawney Riclgway Ma ager MARTIN HAMMER . an . 49 A 1 , 41 ' ................ 50 ,..-,,5O 42 up 40 ' . ........ 57 ' . ' ' 41 ,, ,,,u. ,, .,,u, 43 . ' 44 ' . ' ' 48 P -4 u.uuu.u..u .42 .u..u... 37 42 ' 39 ' u.... 45 Johnsonburg ............ .. 58 55 ' ' ,. .,,,.,,. 5l 43 ,,.,... 68 64 ' ,,.. , ,,,,, . , 43 , ,.., ,,,, 3 6 , .,.,,,. ,, . 62 58 ' ' , 36 n ' 43 . ' ,,,, ,, 63 26 ' ' ,, ,, . 62 ., .56 46 ' 57 WITH MANY EXCITING MOMENTS ,y . VARSITY Jerry Wortman, Dick Zamboldi, Jim Welz, Joe Halloran, Tom Goetz, Chuch Wolfe, Dave Burfield, Clarence Rupprechf, Tom Engel, Michael Pollick, Bill Werner, Tom Miller, Mr. Spizzirri, coach. . my , 45 f ,. -i .I . , cw g X, , V X za - X uf K I 6, ff I 4 f . J.V,'s BOTTOM ROW: Tom Smith, John Bauer, Jim Heary, Mike Kneidel, George Hasselman, Ron Schneider. TOP ROW: Mr. Lupton, coach, Ed Lynch, Mike Cook Chuch Wolfe, Dave Burfield, Dick Parson, Chuck Kronenwetfer, Ted Miller. lI5 ,...1..---fr f- -1 H , IQ ITIL-WY' 4 , - V ...s 4 , i' ? . sfx. 5 CO-ORDINATINC5 ACTIVITIE THROUGH V.C. AND G.A.A. we 'Sf The Girls' Athletic Association officers: Joan Keenen, Vice-President: Edith Mohr, Secretary-Treasurer, Patricia Loeffler, President. The Girls' Athletic Association, a new organization formed this year, has for its primary purpose fostering the ideals of good sportsmanship. VARSITY CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Ann Fritz, Treasurer, Jack Skok, Mary Beth Schlimm, Marty Hammer, Connie Schlimm, Bill Werner, President: Diane Rinella, Jerry Wortman, Suzie Sorg, Butch Rupprecht, SECOND ROW: Joan Bailey, Dick Zamboldi, Hope Weidenboerner, Joe Halloran, Vice-President, Mary D. Valentine, Jim Engel, Secretary, George Steele, Ed Lynch. TOP ROW: Karen Sorg, Tom Miller, Maureen Schatz, Mike Pollick, Gerda Engelberg, Warren Olson, Jim Welz, Dave Burfield. Money raised from selling refreshments at and during the basketball games, from dances after the games and from selling car plates, is to award the senior girls sweaters and senior boys jackets. The underclassmen will re- ceive letters. 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' ALLEN S SPOTSMAN S SHOP 25 Erie Ave Hobbnes Cameras Spor+lng Goods ARMSTRONG B IRENE MD 57 Erle Ave Professronal A 81 P TEA CO Brussells S+ Super MarIce+ ASH SHOE CO Family Shoe S+ore AUMAN S STORE 352 Church S+ Groceries AUTO ELECTRIC PARTS 253 Brussells S+ Au+o EIec+rlcnans AVENUE MARKET I9 Erne Ave OuaIu+y Mea+s and Grocerles AYSHIRE DAIRY Old Kersey Road Danry Produc+s B 8: R ELECTRIC CO 20 RauIroacI S+ EIec+rucaI and EIec+ronuc Dls+rlbu+ors BARNEY S Eschbach Road Tavern "' 0 Pa+rons Busmess and Frnendly suppor+ed us +nnancnaIIy and we are gra+e+uI BUSINESS PATRONS BARR CLIFF 229 Brussells S+ Barber Shop BAYER FURNITURE CO 202 Depo+ S+ Furnu+ure BEN FRANKLIN RESTAURANT MarIce+ S+ T Res+aura n+ BEN S MARKET 7I6 Theresua S+ Mea+s and Grocerues L if 60725 BERMAN S I6 Erie Ave The Fashron Cen+er BOBS DINER Erne Ave Res+auran+ BOSCOL TOOL 81 MFG CO Daguscahonda Pa Too s BOVE SERVICE 239 Brussells S+ Shoe Reparr BPO ELKS La+aye++e S+ Socual Club BROWN S BOOT SHOP INC I25 So MuchaeI S+ Shoes BUILDERS 81 MFGS SUPPLY CO 2 I 5 Four+h S+ Lumber EXTWE a- BULK SALES OUTLET 222 Ches+nu+ S+ Army and Navy Supplies BURKE BROS Mllhon DoIIar Hwy Cons+ruc+non Service and Supplles BUSINESS FIRM CompI:men+s BUTTERY CLEANERS Trou+ Run Road Dry CIeamng . CARBON CITY MOTORS 34 So S+ Marys S+ DeSo+o PIymou+h Dodge CARBON CITY PRODUCTS CO Powder Me+aI Produc+s CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF ST GEORGE Branch l2I 2I7 Parade S+ Insurance C M F 307 So S+ Marys Social Club CELIN S SHOE SERVICE IIO So Mrchael S+ Shoe Service CENTRAL DRUG STORE 39 N S+ Marys S+ Rehable Prescruphons CENTRAL RESTAURANT 4 So S+ Marys S+ Res+auran+ your ey TO GREATER VALUES IIHFSIS IIUIHIISZO 1228111525 IIUIUIUIUII I27 , - . . ' . . ' I A . H .. . X C I Aaflfj . 'IL ,f xv ' I2 N. Michael sf. 52 X I Fm' Road F . . . 1 O I n ,F u . . s+. . ' . I I I ak I 1 ik I 1 I 1 - k . . . SI 5 CITY MARKET I04 So MuchaeI SI' Meafs and Groceries CITY TRANSFER CO 458 WashmgIon S+ TransporIa'hon COLONIAL LINEN SHOPPE 208 BrusseIIs SI' Imoprfed and Domeshc Llnens CONNOR RESTAURANT l20 So Michael SI ResIauranI' CONSOLIDATED NEWS AGENCY 53 Erie Ave News Arhcles CORBETT CABINET CO Spruce SI ReI'alI Lumber COTTER S GARAGE Hall Ave Oldsmoblle COUNTRY TAVERN So Michael Rd CRYSTAL BEVERAGE 62I Maurus SI' Beverages -1 DAILY PRESS PUBLISHING CO 245 BrusseIIs SI' DalIy Newspaper DARI CREME 56 A SIaIe Rd SoII Ice Cream DAUER S PO Box Sporhng Goods DEB SHOPPE ,gh 22I BrusseIIs SI' Gnrls Wear PreIeen and Teen 15 5 NI Ir I DELULLOS SHOE STORE I5 Erie Ave Shoes DELULLOS TEMPLE SERVICE 325 BrusseIIs SI Servuce Siahon DETSCH BROS CAR MART INC 5 N SI Marys SI' Guaranfeed Used Cars DETSCH BUS LINES Eschbach Rd CharI'er Bus TransporIaI'non DIEGES 81 CLUST I7 John SI New York 8 N Y Class Jewelry DILLEY EVELYN 339 Erne Ave Beaufy Shoppe DUBOIS HOME ENTERPRISE PO Box 43 DuBons P IT S A PLEASURE' EAGEN HARDWARE I08 So MnchaeI SI' Hardware and Apphances EAST END TAVERN 609 BrusseIIs SI ResIauranI and Tavern ECKERT S JEWELRY IO3 Erue Ave Jewelry and GuIIs ECKERTS SUNOCO SERVICE 965 Brussells SI' Service SIaI'lon ECONOMY CLEANERS I6 N Michael Dry CIeaners -ks' mrs I 5 1:1520 some-ar 25 swkawrwr 50 l28 lk aI1q ' 5 ELK BUILDING MATERIALS TrouI Run Rd BuuIdmg Maferuals ELK CANDY CO 252 MarIzeI' SI' Confechonernes ELK CASINO Washmgfon Rd ResI'auranI ELK COUNTY DAIRY 246 Ches'I'nuI' SI' Dairy ProducI's ELK ENGINEERING WORKS 220 SI'acIcpoIe SI' Foundry and Machme Shop ELK MONUMENT CO 236 BrusseIIs SI Markers MonumenIs Mausoleums ELK MOTOR SALES CO 3I5 So SI' Marys SI' Lmcoln Ford Mercury ENTERPRISE PRINTING HOUSE 95 Ene Ave Prmhng and SIa'honery ERICH BROS Rosely Rd Bunldmg ConI'racIor ERICH BROS MuIInon Dollar Hughway Garage ERICH J W 640 So SI Marys Truclung Business ERICH GEORGE N SI Marys S'I' S+ Marys Daury FAIRVIEW DRIVE IN THEATRE MlIIlon DoIIar Hwy Moving PlcI'ures Family S Ie u In It - ' - , , - . QE' 'L ' - 'rigs I" 4 31 rf h .. . 0 ' .5 Ik - sr x I ' 0 t . ar lk i D - ' - . . , ' , a. - ' - Tavern "Buy and Save I'he EnIerprise Way" I , ' ' - - I 5 I I . I 8 -Q "' . 'I A - E - - ' D ' I I. I. I SI. , F . . 248 ' ' -. - l ' . . - . W 0 5 5 FAMILY MARKET 463 Chesfnuf S+ Meafs and Grocernes FARMERS 81 MERCHANTS BANK IOI N S+ Marys S+ Banking FARRELL JOSEPH A WmdfaII Rd K of C Fneld Represenfahve FEDDERS JEWELRY STORE 23 Erie Ave Jewelry FERRAGINE JOHN II6 W Erle Ave Barber Shop LET US DO YOUR WORRYING fl I x EI B FIRESTONE STORE I4 RalIroad S+ Hardware FLEISHMAN ALFRED 426 Walburga Sf Insurance F O EAGLES I47 N Mnchael S+ Frai'ernaI Club FRANKLIN HOTEL I4 So S+ Marys S+ Ho1'eI FREDDIES DAIRY DELL 20I Parade Sf Ice Cream Bar FREYS WELDING SHOP 330 Charles S+ Ornamen+aI Ralllngs and General Repaur Work FRICK JOHN J II2 Aflanhc S+ Plumbing and Heahng FRIENDLY CAB CO 20 RalIroad S+ ax: FRITZ 81 WITTMAN N S+ Marys Rd Sudnng, Roofmg, Remodeling, New Homes "'SIO 111 111 111 E2 FRITZ HAL PIANO CO Johnsonburg Rd Wurlnfzer Puano and Organ FULTON 81 KING 230 Siafe S+ Aufomoblle Sales and Service GARNER PAUL A 29 LafayeH'e S+ Insurance GARNERS PLUMBING SHOP 320 Maurus S+ Plumbing and Heahng Rosely Rd BoHIed Gas Servnce GERG AUTO BODY SHOP So Michael Rd Auiomoblle Service GERGS MUSIC STORE 43 Erne Ave Records Lowrey Organ Band Insfrumenfs GEYER LOUIS A 426 W Mull S+ MonJmen'I's and Markers GLASSER S 45 Erle Ave Ladnes Dress Shop GLOVER HARVEY H DDS 47 Erue Ave Denhsf GOETZ FEED STORE Depof S+ Feed Ferhllzers Seeds Farm and Garden Equlpmeni' GORMAN S DAIRY STORE RalIroad Sf Ice Cream and Groceries GORMONT 8: JOHNSON I09 N 4'I'h SI' General Confrac+or GROSS JACK I5 Erie Ave Mens Clofhlng GROTZINGER G C Rosely Rd Feed and Farm Supplies GROTZINGER JOHN III Wehler Rd Fure Profechon Equnpmeni' GROTZINGER S STUDIO III Cenfer S+ Phofographer GUMP MIRIAM I06 Edward Rd Beaufy Shop xg 'P gg Q HALF HOUR LAUNDRY I38 Washmgfon Sf Laundry HALLER F J So SI' Marys Rd Lumber HARRIS ST MARYS THEATRE I9 N S+ Marys S+ Mohon Plcfures HARRYS TEXACO SERVICE 67' Maurus S+ fares Bafferles Accessories HARVEY CHAS P DIST INC PO Box 346 Wholesale Pe+roIeum Producfs HAUBER INS AGENCY I25 So Mnchael S+ Insurance and Real Esfafe HAYES, DR C R I23 Cenier S+ Opfomefrisf 11sI5 111520 1111825 11111s5Q l29 I . A 'aj . I u . .! ' I ' ' Exe n - f' 75251323 :saw-0 G 1 S I ,X GERBER, FLOYD A. 4? 'W' Mr. Vf 1: . -' I -' I - QW' I ' 'fs-NI" H -NSI' I fe I 6513 B . . - y .. 2. -5 I l B I 4'-it u I H I . . ' I ' : 1 , . . .l :ru I 30 HEARY, ART s. soNs 'J I25 Arch S+. CompIe+e Home Furnishings HERZING, HELEN 246 Spruce S+. Beau+y Saloon HERZING PHILIP 3I9 Maurus S+. uali+y Mea+s and Groceries HIGGINS JAMES P DDS I0 Railroad S+ Den+us+ HI WAY SERVICE STATION Rou+e 255 Gas Oil Au+o Repairs HOEHN GENEVIEVE R 25 Na+lonaI Banlr Bldg Local Tax CoIIec+or HOWELL FLOYD D III Washmg+on S+ Public Accoun+an+ HOYS RADIO SERVICE 67 Erle Ave General EIec+rlc INDUSTRIAL FINANCE F 8: M Banulr Bldg Fmance INDUSTRIAL SALVAGE CO 294 Depo+ S+ Scrap Me+aIs New S+eeI IVAN S MEN S SHOP 2I N S+ Marys S+ Mens CIo+hung JACOBS FURNITURE CO 99 Erie Ave Furnu+ure and Carpe+ JACOB LEONA T II6 N S+ Marys S+ Piano Teacher 'IO III if IIUIUII ACOB, THOS. 8: SONS 307 N. Michael S+. PIas+ering and La+hing IERRY'S AUTO REPAIR GARAGE Cor. John and S+acIcpole S+s Au+o Repair JET SUPER MARKET So. Michael Rd. Grocery Mea+ and Dry Goods JOHNSONBURG BUILDERS SUPPLY Rldgway Rd Building Ma+erlals KANTAR INC 4 Erie Ave Depar+men+ S+ore KAUFMAN S AUTO PARTS I2I Mull S+ Au+o Par+s KELLER 8: WOLFEL DISTS Washmg+on Rd Texaco Pe+roIeum Produc+s ie Remember 4 KEN MAR OLDSMOBILE SALES Au+omoblles KERSEY BUILDERS SUPPLY CO Kersey Pa Lumber Millwork Ku+chen Cablne+s and Gen Con+rac+mg KEYSTONE CARBON CO S+a+e Rd Carbon Produc+s KIDDIES SPECIALTY SHOP 24I Brussells S+ In+an+s and Childrens Wear KLANCER S RESTAURANT 229 Marlrei' S+ Res+auran+ KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS E14-if Q 'QL- KNIGHTS OF ST GEORGE AUXILIARY S+ Marys Pa. Ca+hoIic Organiza+ion KNOUSE RADIO 8: APPLIANCE SERVICE 2I9 N Michael S+ Service on any appliance large or small KRIEGELS STERLING SERVICE Johnsonburg P uaker S+a+e Produc+s KRONENWETTER A E 456 Charles S+ Insurance KRONENWETTER DRESS SHOP I2I So Michael S+ Women s Ready +o Wear KRONENWETTER PAULINE 357 N Michael S+ Beau+lclan LECKER ALBERT So Michael Rd Heahng and Plumbing LEITHNER AUTO SERVICE General Au+o Repair and Body Worlr LESSER 8: LESSER Brussells S+ Jewelry LEUSCHELS MARKET 627 Curry Ave Grocery S+ore LION EDWIN J 8 Railroad S+ General Merchandise LOCAL 502 IUE AFL CIO I06 So Michael S+ Labor Union 2 Washmg+on S+ 3 ff-824 Social Club :Hr I5 what 20 1114 25 """'I"I"" 50 Q . ' . . K I , a. I - Q ' ak I .I . . . . I I 0' Q 1 I 0 Q' 5 - -u .. - ,ls . ' fr - I- I? 'f x ' 5 U 5 5 O I S+. Marys Rd. l57V2 Mark SI- l 4: . t - ' 4: , ' I I . ' I 4: ' ' I I J I a I u 7' , - - 5 5 5 5 5 LOWER FURNITURE CO. I 2 Erie Ave. Fu rni+ure LUCANIK'S 45 N. S+. Marys S+. Con+ec+ionery LU NGER'S GROCERY STORE Schissle S+. Groceries LYNCH JOHN J I5I N Michael S+ Funeral Home LYNCH JOSEPH W 203 Washmg+on S+ Funeral Home LYN CLARE FLOWER 4I Erie Ave FIorrs+ Malone J J CO Kersey P Beverage Das+rlI'u+ r Marcom John J Joseph Rd RD alfl Brlclrs Sand Coal Blocks Cemen+ SHOP MARKLEYS BEAUTY SHOP 5I Erie Ave Beau+y Shop MARQUETTE MarIre+ S+ Tavern MARSH A F Moose Bldg Erne Ave S+a+nonery S+ore McBRIDE PETER CompIlmen+s MCDONALD BROS REP JOSTEN S 920 Inves+men+ Bldg P 22 Pa Col 6 Class Rings Announcemen+s Name Cards and Diplomas il IIHIHIP McGEEHAN, JOHN T., M.D. """"' 728 Maurus S+. CompIimen+s McKENZIE TIRE SERVICE 225 MarIce+ S+. Tire Re-Capping and Vulcanizing K5 -GQ M WL MEISEL FUNERAL HOME 44 So S+ Marys S+ Funeral Home MILLERS HARDWARE I4 N S+ Michael S+ CompIlmen+s MIN HENRY MD Medacal Ar+s Bldg CompI:men+s MODERN DAIRY S+a+e Rd Dairy Produc+s MOOSE LOYAL ORDE F No I46 30 Erie Ave Fra+ernaI Club MORELLI DR A A Medical Ar+s Bldg Foo+ SpeclaIls+ MULLENDEAN HOTEL Ene Ave MURONES MUSIC STORE 30 Erue Ave Music and TV S+ore MURPHY G C CO I9 Er: Ave Merca +uIe NACHTWAY S 65 Erie Ave Wallpaper and Pam+ S+ore NATIONAL MOLDED PRODUCTS, INC. 40-42 So. S+. Marys S+. CompIimen+s +o +he Class of '59 NEUBERT'S MARKET 305 Erie Ave. CompIimen+s NEW SHAMUT MINING CO Na+lonaI Bank Bldg CompIlmen+s NIAGARA CYCLE MASSAGE I27 So Mlchael S+ Dns+ of Massage Equlpmen+ OLYMPIC LANES MlII1on Dollar Hwy Bowhng OXLEY S FLYING A SERVICE Gas S+a+non and Lawn and Garden Trac+ors PARSON S MARKET II9 Arch S+ Grocernes and Mea+s PEACOCK COFFEE SHOP 202 Ches+nu+ S+ Res+auran+ LAST MINUTE f NEWS lk' I JE? PENNSYLVANIA FUNDS CORPORATION Mufual Funds Wllllam J IBIIII Bebble Area Represen+a+:on S+ Marys Pa Terminal 4 I994 PETES BARBER SHOP 2I5 So Mlchael S+ Barber Shop PFAFFS MARKET I37 A+Ian+:c S+ Grocery Mea+ Produce fr! :ks 0 :nr I5 ua: 0 1:14325 alwlwkvlwksso '45 . . . Refi ! - I - . . I 1?-1 ' O -i . . . It M .. . . o , . ,, , R. D. I - - ' a. 1 I . . ' ', , r. . ., . . - p . I R O I 1 . ' . . ' tb III r o .fb It II- I . " I ' Ho+eI I Fi-H I ' c I . ' l 1 hg. , ., . -III9 ' U u 'I ' . 1 of N I ' . I. 'Lay' vw! ' . . ' - uni I S 111 111 I32 2I4 Ches+nu+ S+ C ub PISTNER ALVIN J Mnlllon Dollar Hwy Au+omobules 0D.Lwmls F55 jr I-E' PITZER DR WILLIAM E l25 S+a+e Rd CompIlmen+s PONTZER ANDREW DDS an 202 Ches+nu+ S+ Den+ls+ POWDER METAL PRODUCTS NC Washmg+on S+ Ex+ PM P Sln+ered Bearings Buchnngs e+c PURE CARBON CO INC 44I Hall Ave Carbon and Me+aI Graphu+e Brushes QUALITY COMPONENTS INC PO Box II3 Brushes Res1s+ors e+c RADIO STATION WKBI 4I Erne Ave C Elk Cameron Broadcashng RED S LUNCH MarIre+ S+ Res+auran+ REED ROBERT R 200 MarIre+ S+ Barber Shop Exper+ Haurcu++mg REVILLE PETER 236 So Michael S+ DO More Chairs RIDGWAY STEEL FABRICATORS Gran+ Road S+eeI Produc+s RITA LEE DRESS SHOPPE 2I5 Brussells S+ Leadaes Ready +o Wear "'I0 8rSOS RITTER MRS FRED 4I6 Cen+er S+ Plano Teacher RIVERSIDE MARKET No Michael S+ Super Marlce+ ROLLICKS 207 Brussells S+ LuncheoneH'e RUPPRECHT RAYMOND 432 Maple S+ Pam+ S+ore ST MARYS CARBON CO S+a+e Road Complumen+s ST MARYS DRUG STORE 4 Railroad S+ Drug S+ore ffl-I NSW! X ST MARYS GARBAGE DISPOSAL So Michael Rd Bulldozlng Dl+chdlggmg Top Soul ST MAYS GIFT 8: ART 28 Railroad S+ Gl++ Shop ST MARYS INSURANCE I08 N Mlchael S+ Insurance ST MARYS MOTEL Mllllon Dollar Hwy Mo+el ST MARYS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO F 8: M Bank Bldg Insurance ST MARYS NATIONAL BANK IO N Michael S+ Ban ST MARYS SAVING 8: LOAN ASSN Daily Press Bulldung Home Financing ST MARYS SERVICE CENTER 23 So S+ Marys S+ Esso Prod uc+s WYSIS 111 20 1111 25 ST MARYS SPRING CO Lehner Ave Coll Sprung and Ware Forms ST MARYS SPORTSMENS CLUB Glen Hazel Rd Spor+smens Club ST MARYS SUPERETTE IO9 Washmg+on S+ Grocery and Mea+ ST MARYS TELEVISION So Michael S+ Cable ST MARYS TRANSFER CO S+a+e S+ Transfer and Transpor+a+non ST MARYS TRUST CO 2 Erie Ave Banlung ST MARYS USED CAR CENTER So S+ Marys Rd Used Cars ST MARYS VULCANIZING WORKS 237 MarIre+ S+ Servlce S+a+non Bunldmg Ma+enaIs SAM S 27 Erue Ave Mens and Boys CIo+hmg and Shoes SARGINGER TRACTOR 81 IMPLEMENT CO Trou+ Run Rd Ford Trac+ors 11111550 'I' P. 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S S S SAV ON HARDWARE 2I3 Brussells S+ The S+ore Wn+h You ln Mlnd SCHAUTS MARGARET BEAUTY SHOP 4I5 Washmg+on S+ Beau+lclan SCHLIMM CHARLES G 2l0 Brussells S+ General Insurance SCHLIMM S SUPER MARKET 479 Brussells S+ Every+hmq for +he Table and +he Bes+ o+ Every+hmg SCHLODER S GARAGE 402 Washlng+on S+ Au+omobuIe Repaurs SCHOENING EDNA 238 Ches+nu+ S+ Beau+1cnan SCHUTZS GROCERY 298 N S+ Marys S+ Grocer "' SHAFFERS ICE CREAM CO 225 Lawrence S+ Ice Cream """"' SHERRY V J 425 Walburg S+ Buuldmg Con+rac+or SMITHS SPORT STORE I0 Erue Ave Sporhng Goods and Mens Wear SORG HERBERT 446 Charles S+ CompIlmen+s SPARKS CAR WASH Brussells S+ SURPLUS OUTLET Mlllnon Dollar Hwy Surplus SYLVANIA ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS INC Washmg+on Rd Incandescen+ Lamps THOMSON 8: MONTGOMERY Theresna S+ Transn+ Mixed Concre+e TOWNE HOUSE HOMOTEL I38 Cen+er S+ Ho+eI TREND FURNITURE CO 7 N S+ Marys S+ Home Furnishings TWIN SPRINGS Mllllon Dollar Hwy Res+auran+ and Ho+ Dog S+and 1-til Glg Washlnq and Sumomzung Cars 6 SCHWABENBAUER T F an-rar SpEER CARBON CQ 3I6 Georqe S+ Cemen+ Con+rac+or I SCOLARI PETE 535 Washrng+on S+ TV Sales SCUTELLAS CLEANERS 8: TAILORS I43 Washmg+on S+ CompIlmen+s SEEL A F MACHINE SHOP 42I N Michael S+ Machme Shop SERVIDEAS RADIO SALES 8: SERVICE Johnsonburg Pa For +he Bes+ In Home Applnances Theresla S+ Carbon Manu+ac+urlng SPUTNIK SHOP MarIre+ S+ree+ Flemmg Shoe Shine """""""' STACKPOLE CARBON 20I Tannery S+ Carbon PIan+ "' STANDARD PENNANT CO Bug Run P FeI+ and Chemlle Le++ers and Emblems STEBICK AL Wmd+aII Rd Plumbing and Hea+lng STORMER JOE W 3I5 Arch S+ CompInmen+s STRAUB A J 4 Railroad S+ CompInmen+s STRAUB BREWERY INC 303 Sorg S+ Brewery You re money ahead' X J h y? li ,pw VAN SLANDER S SERVICE STATION 697 Washung+on Rd Gas and OII VOLLMER REFRIGERATION 335 N Muchael S+ Re+rngera+uon Sales and Servlce WEGEMER C W 724 Vme Rd Nahonwude Insurance WEIS C M 3I0 Brussells S+ Plumblng and Hardware WESTERN AUTO ASS N STORE I4 N Mlchael S+ CompIumen+s islo iis 5 iiiszo txtxS25 iiiiisso ' ' I Il' . . 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' A 'N -2 159' ' .K 1 Sf- - lkllllhiis FRIENDLY PATRONS Alfar Soclefy Alumni Andrew Kaul Memorial Hospifal Anronro Edna Anfonlo Harry Arnold Diane Arnold Mr and Mrs John Arnold ThomasJ Barley Mrs George Bankovlc Mr and Mrs Richard Bauer Denise E Bauer Michael H Bauer Mr and Mrs Paul Bauer Susan and Sally Baumer Mr and Mrs George E Bayer harlle Bennmger Mr and Mrs Frederick Bennmger Mr and Mrs S Bennmger Mr and Mrs Wmfred Beveridge Mr and Mrs John Blair Gene H Blessel Mrs Pai of "I "N Blessed Virgin SodaIl+y Boloenrlefh Susan Bremdel Brennan Brennan Brennan Brennan Brennen Brennen Brennen Jerry Leona Car Mr and Mrs E W Jr Josephine Mr and Mrs A P PaI'rrcla Jean Ronald Daley Mrs Margarei DAmore Mrs Nlclc DeFranco Mr and Mr ed De+h George DeWald Joseph DeWald Mahlda Dlnsmore Mr and Mrs Dennis Dlnsmore Mrs Frank Dippold Mr and Mrs Gregory Dis+Ier Dave and Befh DlsI'Ier Mary M Drs+Ier Mr and Mrs O'I'hmar Drs'IIer WaI+er Donahue Anne B Donahue Mr and Mrs Edward Donald O S B Rev Fafher Dorlo Mr and Mrs James Edgar O S B Rev Fa'I'her Ehrensberger Mr A E Ehrensberger Mrs Alculn in Ehrensberger Mr and Mrs Arnold Engel Jim Erich Grace Erich Mr and Mrs William Farrell Mr and Mrs JosephA FaI's Domino I I Feldbauer Judy Feldbauer L z Feldbauer Nancy Feldbauer Ronme Feldbauer Mr and Mrs Thomas Fleming Don Buchelr Mr and Mrs Richard Camerom, Roberf Cashman, Mrs. James Casimer, O S.B , Rev Farher CaI'aIone, O C. C. D. of A. Chiappelln, Donald Cheafle, Mrs. Emma C. H. S. Cheerleaders C. H. S Crusaders Clarlc, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Class of I9 I O Claypool, Evelyn Copello, Karen Crocco, Mr. and Mrs. William CroI'zer, Mr. and Mrs Tim Cuneo, Mrs. Angeline Cuneo, Jeanne C Y.M A and Boos'I'ers D Fleming Jamce Fleming Linda ForsI'er Ellen Frey, Mrs Jerome Frey, Louise Frey, MarI'ha Friends Frifz rilz, riI'z, Fri'I'z FriI'z FriI'z, rilz, Mr. and Mrs. . Franny Mr and Mrs Henry U Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Jr. Michael J. R N., Miss Ida Mr. and Mrs. Ulmar Gahn, EIizabeI'h Gahr, Jerry Garner, Mr. and Mrs Jerome Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Vincenl' Gerg, Donna Geyer, Mr and Mrs. Francis f- A . . i vy . ' I . ' 'Ki Q 5 ' , . s. Fr A3 . . I Lys I ' ' ' IIII . ' 'B 3 -' ' " Bayer 'vIrs.A.J. i I I I .E 3 2 1 1 .M : 1 ' 'O . . . . 5,331 F I I , . s . H , .I H . . f I I i. , I . C. ' I' ' . I D.A F F . . . . F . , G Geyer Mr and Mrs Herberf 5 Geyer MarIlyn K' Ivy Glass Helen ' if Cfilelxner gr and Mrs Alfred 1 eIxner ene Glelxner WIllIs Q Gnan Peggy Jvlmlllli Gnan Mr and Mrs L P Goefz Mr and Mrs Charles P Goefz Kafhy Goefz Marfha Goefz Mr and Mrs Henry Goefz Mr and Mrs Wllllam Gorman Karen Gorman Mary Lynn Gorman Pafnclc Jr Gorman Pa+rIck Sr Gorman Mrs Pafnck Greenfhaner Francls Gregory AlIce O Gregory AlvIna Gregory O S B Rev Fafher Gregory Rose Marle GrIeggs Joan GFIBQQS Mary Grleggs Pau Grleggs Rose Grleggs Mr and Mrs Thomas Grosser ElmerA FamIly Grosser Zoe Ann Grofzlnger Mary Grunfhaner Mr and Mrs Elmer Grunfhaner Gary Grunfhaner Mr and Mrs Henry Grunfhaner, Roger Haberberger, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hacherl, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hacherl, Kafhleen Hacherl, Marlene Halloran, Mr and Mrs. FFBHCIS B Halloran, Mr and Mrs Joseph P. Hammer, Alice Hammer, Alvin Hammer, Marilyn Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. Marfin Hanes, Mr and Mrs. Howard Hanes, Kah Hanes, Norma Hannibal, Esfhei Hannibal, Mr and Mrs. Raymond C Harclerode, Cafherme Hasseneffer, Jerome Hasseneffer, Mrs. Mary Hauber, Emily Hauber, Moose Hawluns Mr and Mrs Dan Heary Arf Jr Heary Mary Jo Heary Mouse Herbsf Mr Wlllldm Herbsf Mrs W J Herr Mr and Mrs Allan Herzmg Mr and Mrs James Herzmg Kennefh Herzmg Mr and Mrs Urban Hnafh Donald Hnafh Mr and Mrs John Hnafh Joseph Hnafh Rrfa Hoehn AlIce Hoffman F Hoffman GI Hoffman LIdwIna Hoffman Paul F Hoffman Urban Hoehn Elaine Holy Name H q, Horvafm Anne Horvafm BonnIe Huff Mr and Mrs Basll James O S B Rev Fafher Jevelle Roberf JoachIm O S B Rev Fafher V J V Cheerleaders Kafhy and Gordy Keenen Mr and Mrs Eugene Kennen, JoanIe Keller, Mrs Michael Kerner, Ehzabefh Kerner, Judy Keveney, Mrs, Rose Kirchinslci, Mr Roberf Klrchinslci, Mrs. Verera Klaiber, Mr Klaiber, Mr Klaiber, Mr Klaiber, Mr Knouse, Mr and Mrs Allan T and Mrs. James and Mrs Raymond Sr and Mrs. Raymond W and Mrs R. H Koch, Jacqualine Koch, Joe Koch, Margie Kraus, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Kraus, Mr and Mrs. Franlc Kreclcel, Barbie Kreclcel, Mr. and Mrs Lavern Krellner, Mrs Fred Krug, Francis Krug, Marcella f . . . . ' , , , . ' ' - ' ' ' yvi X ' . . . ' . . 'J N " - ' I ',,' . , . . I - . . . I I . . I - - . I I ' I . . . ' I ' ' ' . . , . . I ' 1 0 I I ' 0 I . I . . I - , .x. I .- I Ib 0 I . ' ' I I ' V rw? .' I ' .C F I - ' I I ' ' JL I . . ., . -:KQV I J I . I . I . ' . 0 I I I n a J . I . I , . . ., . , . .. I I ' ' , . . ., . . I . 'S I o a . - - K I I ' ' , . . H Krug, Thomas Kuppelweiser, Mr. and Mrs. Simon L Lang, BeHy 1 Lang, Mr. and Mrs. James Lang John Laurence Mr and Mrs Gnlberf Lawrence Dave Lechner Jane Lechner Mary Lecker Mr and Mrs Alfred Leclcer Donna Leclcer Dorns Leclcer Col Kennefh H Lecker Mr and Mrs L E Leclcer Mr and Mrs Paul Lenihner Cookne Lenze Danny Lenze Ka+hernne Luhr Mr and Mrs Pnerre Lynch John Lyons Larry Mallnson Roberl Marconn Ike Marne and Elmer Mc uone Dnck Mener Marfha M Meyer Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer Doreen Mnles Mr and Mrs Arfhur Mnller Bnlly and Chrnsfnne Mnller Elnzabe'rh Mnller How rd Mnller Joan Mnller Mrs OHOJ Mnnnnch Francns Mohney Mrs RusselJ Moore Joseph and Famnly Muhnlch Mr JosephP Mulcahy Mrs Murray Mrs Bernadnne Nasonn Alnce Neff Sue Nero Barbara and Duane Nero Mrs Ella Neuberl' Neuberl' Neuber+ Neuber+ Neuberl' Neuberi' Mrs Elnzabelh Elnzabefh Raymond Mr and Mrs Wnllnam Mrs Wnllnam Wnllnam Jr Newell Georgna Newell Jannce Nnclceson Mr and Mrs Wnllnam E Jr . n , . 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I I 11 .I is Nissel, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Nussbaum, Be+'l'y Nussbaum, Mr. George O O'Hern, Mrs. Harold yi-J Olson Anna T - Paul O S B Rev Fafher Pfaff Mr and Mrs Roberl' Pfaff Mr and Mrs Wnllnam Pfeufer Mr and Mrs AI Pfeufer Alyce Pfeufer Mrs Joseph Sr Pollnclc Jane Pon+zer Clare Posferaro Nora ueen of +he World Parnsh Rebnc Sam Reggne W Render Carl Render Mary Render Sam Renwnck Mr and Mrs Walfer Resch Bob ReH'ger Jo n ReHger Mnchael ReH'ger Rosemary ReH'ger Mr and Mrs Vnncenr Reuscher Alncna Reuscher Mr and Mrs B R Reuscher Conrad Reuscher Tnmo+hy Reuscher Thomas Rnddle Dorofhy Rngarcl Mary Rngard Mary Kay and Jane Rnmer Mrs James Rnnella Mr Jacob Rober+s Bob Roberlson Georgna Roberrson Mr and Mrs PaulB Roberrson Paul J Rung Pnclcles Rupprech+ Mr and Mrs John Rupprechi' Mr and Mrs Ray Sann Mary Ann Salfer Mr and Mrs Francns Salfer Mr and Mrs Harold Salva+ore Joseph Samnck Boois Samnclc Leo Samnclc Maurnce W Schaberl Ann Schaberl Mr and Mrs Fred Schaberl Karl Schaberl Sylvla Schafz Mr and Mrs Roberf Schauf Fred Schauf John Schauf Mr and Mrs Walfer Schllmm Mrs Beffy Schllmm Mr and Mrs VlncenfB Schloder Mr and Mrs James Schloder Ml e Schloder Tom Schloder Mr and Mrs W G Schreiber Mr and Mrs John Schreiber Mr and Mrs Leo Schwabenbauer Mr and Mrs T Schufz Francis Schufz Mr and Mrs Herberf Schyler Phyllis Scoff Margaref Driscoll Shaffer Tlny Suecker Loreffa Skok Barbara Skok Mr and Mrs John Smlfh Mandy Sorg Herberf Pefe Jr Sorg June Sorg Karen Sorg Vnvnan Spence Arfhalmda Spence Mrs Leo Splzzlrru Mr and Mrs Sporner Bufch and Carol Sfauffer Mr and Mrs Hilary Sfauffer Mary Ann Sfeady Eddie Sfeblck Mr and Mrs AI Sfeblck Edward Sf Anne Soclefy S+ Marys Sodallfy Sformer Joe Sfraub Carleen Sfraub Mr and Mr Carl Sfraub Mr and Mrs Frank E Sfraub FrankX Sfraub Mary Bea Sfraub Paffy Sfraub :fa Sfraub, lm Sfraub, Mrs Vncfor Supon, Nancy Suffon, Mrs. and Mr Donald Suffon, Eddie Taylor June Tener Ralph Terry Mrs Loreffa Terry Roslyn Thaddeus O S B Rev Fafher Thesplan Dramaflc Club Thlel Mr and Mrs JosephW Tlmofhy O S B Rev Fafher Trail lnn Uhermck Mr and Mrs John Valenhne Mary Jo Vufello Raymond Vogel Barbara Vollmer Mr and Mrs Carl Vollmer Mr and Mrs EarlJ Vollmer Judy Vollmer Rlfa Mae Walker Marne Walker Zlfa Wegemer Mrs Rachel Weldenboerner AndrewJ Weldenboerner Hope Weudow Mr and Mrs JamesE Weldow Kenny and Mlke Weldow Mr and Mrs Roberf Wennln MaffS Wensel Mrs John Werner A Werner Mr and Mrs F J Werner Joseph Whlfeman Sfeve Wulllams Suzann Wise Marlene Wolfe Aan Wolfe Mr and Mr Arnold Wolfe Carol Wolfe Larry Wolfe Suzanna Wonderllng Leffy Wrlghf Ollver Wrughf Phyllis Wrlghf Ronny Yefzer Mrs Dolly Young Beffy Zamboldl, Barb Zamboldi, Bob Zamboldi, Mr and Mrs Rex Zifzler, Ralph , , . 7 T I f . I . L: ' I , . fl l - I. lixll I , f 'll ' , U f . . . . I I f V f ' , . . A. . - SCo++I 66,135 J, Vollmer: Kafherine Q , ' . ' Xml! u - u W y .' 1 l . I U f .. 112: 3 ' -L I . Tglif - ' . . . : ' . 'I Il- ' ' ' f f N , . . . . .. I n Q 'I I ' . , . s. I, . 5, . f .' l I l Y , . T 1 Z As the CRUSADER has been our inspiration for the 1959 Memo, may his ideals and lofty motives ever lead us on to noble deeds for God and Country. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT it If I, In closing, we would like to express our appreciation to the people who played important roles in the pub- lication of this yearbook. ln particular, we would like to thank our generous patrons, our capable advisors, our co- operative faculty and stu- dents, our helpful photog- raphers, and all our good friends who have in any way contributed to make this annual possible. THE STAFF Actlvlty 85 Admlnrstratuon 1124 Agnes OSB SrM 16 68 105 Archabbot Dems Strlttmater O S B Anderson Thomas 47 Anuta OSB SrM 16 23 69 79 Armstrong Patrucua 59 77 Arnold Duane-47 126 Arnold Thomas 57 82 118 Athletics 111 126 Auman Karen 52 62 108 Balley Jane 48 87 98 104 Barley Joan 18 53104116117 Baseball 112 Bauer Carol 57 76 84 105 Bauer Dennis 52 PICTURE INDEX TO Brennen Roger 49 93 Brock James 27 42 Brunner Mary 53 103 Buchent Frederlck 53 62 Buchelt James 56 57 82 Bur leld David 17 54 112 115 124 Burgess James 57 97 Bush Carolyn 48 Calendar 86 87 Callahan Edward 57 59 82 Cashman Maurrce 55 73 123 Cashman Susan 28 67 125 Casrmlr OSB Rev Father 24 Cassrdy Sandra 28 42 70 92 Catalone Mary Lee 57 Chalot Leonard 52 DeLullo Wllllam 4 46 48 110 Detsch John 57 82 97 Detsch Sandra 50 86 102 DeWald Jane 28 101 103 104 9 Dunsmore Gertrude 23 29 79 122 26 Drppold Carol 29 42 123 Drppold David 57 82 Dlppold Jeanne 52 84 97 102 103 104 Dlppold Joyce 47 Dlstler Jane 29 103 104 126 Dlstler Nancy 57 60 76 Donachy Kenneth 49 Donachy Pau 57 Donahue Mrchael 46 50 84 Donahue Patrlcra 53 57 102 104 Engel Bauer Glorla 27 42 70 Bauer JohnM 27 42 112 Bauer Bauer Mary 49 69 95 101 104 107123124125 26 Bauer Nancy 54 104 Bauer Peter1 27 42 43 50 nE 17 53 61 Bauer Susan 50 83 Baumer Carolyn 57 Baumer Duane 47 62 Baumer Jeanette 48 62 71 84 01 103 116 Baumer Patrlcra 54 Bayer Charles 27 42 67 68 89 Beck Margaret 52 78 Beck Mary Ann 52 78 Benmel Barbara 59 97 Benedrct OSB SrM 1 86 89 Bennnnger Denms 4 Bennlnger lrene 57 Bennunger Wlntred 27 Bernadette OSB SrM 16 78 Bulle Dale 54 Biology 73 Blessel Donald 57 Bobenrueth Patrncna 57 Bobenrneth Susan 50 105 Bologna Theresa 47 62 104 110 Brehm Mary 57 104 123 Breundel George 55 Brelndel Raymond 57 59 82 Cheatle Cheatle Cheatle Cheatle Cheatle Carol 57 59 Ella 28 68 Mary 49 Thomas A ThomasE 5 Cheerleaders 116 Chemlstry 75 Chuappellr Donald 119 Chucola Marcua 28 88 08 Chnllell: Marne 57 Chours 104 Clark Kathryn 28 42 65 67 69 103 Clark Terrence 53 74 99 102 Donald OSB Rev Father 15 86 95 979811014 Dornxsch Mr Alcunn 17 52 81 Dornnsch Stephen 57 82 97 Dostal Mr Robert 17 21 82 121 Dramatlcs 99 100 101 102 Eckert Howard 57 97 Eckert Paul 47 Eckert Wayne 48 Edgar OSB Rev Father 17 Ehresnberger Joan 29 108 Ehrensberger Mary 29 42 67 79 Ehrensberger Ruth 57 84 105 I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I - I 1 1 1 1 I . . .I . .'- I I I -- I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I . . . .I 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Q - - 1 , , , .11 I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 , ..., . .- , , , , 117,121, ,125 fl 88 I - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 ' I 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 I I . . .I . 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