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

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MODERN CH EMISTRY iTHEMEW VOLUMEXXXIII I 352 if ---,,,,, 5 nnll"" sr A ,sam oo 25 Q i 4 5' ' S 1 High the State Department 6 Associatiorf of Colleges and Secondary we experienced so many smiles, sorrows nmny impressive days, working, play- school with its classes, athletics out the ,anirli a for 59" gp main' si to be L 'lbw ff, R rf Aviv -'mix 'W il-if -4.-iw is 'igfi iizit' ' , , fv- Q , W - , A , TK , ' V . fs ' ,S ' A. ' ' " ,Yr K , . , W A .. Q L3 ,, , A F bp A , 9 . .qc-Q: ml' I L, V P- ,l r-on .2 . 5 .1 t - H' "" V U, ., S5 3, K 'fy-"J: 7 A 5- . v, s 1- .e . gr- - - , . ef ......,. -1 s 2, sw f - 1 .M - we ' . ,, , rm., .- f . 1 f , , 1+ fr- ' 1 . - ., 1 "7 fr ' fe' , f H N- 'I . ' ', ' .. 5 ' X' LX K A ,4-6115, 1, W, 5 5 . . . we A ... x V f ,. H . 3 495 Y 1 ' . , 5. W1 . ' je' 'A F 1 --rf 7' . F. ' I 'I a 'Q . ,tp 'JJ :Wg ., lf 5' lggig 21 top, school, lov,dA V:5VA F if 2 ,i ,gr , Q 4 y . " wif-T X M, s, we . K I .M sw ,WW ,L ,,,.'w + it -N Hmm... ,we ew- e, 3.4. -1-lst . 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During those years we have passed through numerous doors: the door to Classes, where we spent many hours of hard work, broadening our minds for higher educationg the door to Athletics, where the issue at hand was to build strong, healthy bodiesg the door to Activities, where we formed strong friendships and rounded out a well-balanced personality, all designed to open up new doors to Christian cultureg and the most important, the door to Religion, where we prepared to lead good Catholic lives for many years to come. We would like to take you now with us as we go back through the various doorways, gateways of learning, as we seniors prepare to close the ever familiar doors of our Alma Mater, and seek to open the awe-inspiring door to our future-meeting life's challenges. 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During our four years here, he has probably influenced us more than any other person. Besides be- ing Principal, Father must also be a diplomat and policeman. His sin- cere efforts and enthusiasm have endeared him to everyone. We, the class, of '62 appreciate his untiring leadership and con- cern, and wish to extend our deep- est gratitude to him. Sister Benedict is Father Don- aldls Assistant, and does what the name implies: posts daily attend- ance, takes phone calls and delivers messages, keeps permanent record cards up to date, issues is one of the seniors' MEMO advisor, and in Sister helps make the school as effective as possible for all cerned. K., f. 5119 fan! 744122 C122 af El 322 1215 2423 I ze iQ! iv. A1515 Zi 2223 ZS 29 'SQ ' -,,,f' sf' jfs XXMW ,ff 2n.......4....i f- z SISTER M. BENEDICT, O.S.B e jjresenf Our aczz 1? SISTER M. BERNADETTE, O.S.B. B.A., Canisiusg M.A., St. Bona- ventureg Commercialg Supervisor of Educationg 201 Senior Home- roomg Gets pleasure out of doing things for others, and tatting. Sister Bernarcline with some of her General Math. class. SISTER IW. BERNARDINE, OSB. B.S., Villa Mariag Mathematics Religiong 206 Sophomore Home roomg Interested in stamp collect ing. FATHER BERTRAND, O.S.B., A.B., INIR. HOMER BULGER SISTER INI. CAPISTRAIY, O.S.B. M.A., St. Vincentg MS., Ohio Stateg Re- B.A., Gannong Social Studiesg Business B.S., Villanovag Commerrialg G10O Junior ligiong Sodalityg Enjoys hunting and fish- Arithmeticg Senior 'Choirg Adult Evening Homeroomg Loves to help the Missions ing. Classg Interest lies in music and Church by making rosaries, I4 History research dpdgl? glllkd' SISTER M. CELESTE, OSB. SISTER M. CELESTINE. OSB. SISTER M. CI.AI'DIA, OSB. Ii.E., Villunovng Religion: English: 104 I5.E,, Villanovng Religiong Englishg Foren- BE., Duquesneg Homemnkingg Lating 20-I Freshman Homeroomg Iforensicg Spenuls sicg 207 Sophomore I-Iomeroomg Enjoys Sophomore I-Iomeroomg Proficient in em- time on tntting, und using writer colors. various frafts. l3f0lLlfJ1'iflg :Ind IlCCLllK!L'l'1IfI. Yay Ag FATHER CONAN 0.5.1, 'ff M114 BERNARD DORNISCH ' BA., Gannon: General Scienceg W I Mechanical Drnwingg Trade Muthemnticsg Enjoys music :md SportS. IIA.. St. Vincent: Religiong Grade School hnsketbnll coachg Keeps up'to-date by reiuling. The twin Sisters, Sister Celestine and Sister Celeste, still confuse the incoming Freshmen and also many upperclzlssmen. I5 7 UIlS'0Z".5' anof Oryanziers 1 lf Mr. Dostal assists Jerome Troha in the use of the jigsaw. MR. ROBERT DOSTAL B.S., Penn Stateg Wood Shopg Adult Evening Classesg Toast- masterg Is interested in gem craft. I SISTER INIARY EDWARD, O.S.B. B.E., Villanovag Religiong General Scienceg Dramaticsg 103 Freshman Homeroomg High School Choirg Skilled in music. SISTER M. EVANGELIST, O.S.B. INIISS IDA FRITZ SISTER M. GENEVIEVE, O.S.B. B.E., Villanovag Englishg Spanishg 205 R.N., Mercy Hospitalg School Nurse-g Finds B.S., M,S., Villanovag Biologyg Libraryg junior Homeroomg Uses time for read- sewing a pleasure. Science Clubg Science Fairg Is an earnest ing and creative art. philatelist. 0 Keep ur Scfoofwunnzhy 12200f5Q SISTER Bl. GERTRUDE, O. S. B. INIR. ROBERT LLTPTON NIR- JALIES LIALLISON B.E., Villanovag Religiong Englishg Idesg B.S., Mansfield State Teachersg Mathe- B-S., F0fdh21mL Mid-, PSU!! State? B1 Freshman Homeroomg Skilled in maticsg Junior Varsity Basketball Coachg 5Cifff1C6L MHfhCmHfiCSS HiSf0fYL Adult fancy work. Adult Evening Classg Is an avid golf EVffHiHg CIHSSL RCUIXGS with tennis llfld player. bfidge' SISTER M. MARTHA, O.S.B. B.E., Villanovag Religiong Lat- ing 101 Sophomore Home- roomg Spends time in reading and sewing. MRS, XVILLIAM MULCAHY B.S., Lock Haven State Teachersg M.Ed., Penn Stateg Mathematicsg B2 Freshman Homeroomg Enjoys reading and dancing. ......:.?llw b..,, Mr. Lupton points out a trouble spot in trig. to Carolyn Baumer. ef Q... ver Waco? fo 57 mzkzzkfer llrlg Aspirants to the Religious life, Eleanor I-Ielsley, and Dolores Vallimont consult with Sister Rose. FATHER PAUL, O.S.B. SISTER M. PAULINE, O.S.B. B.A., M.A., St. Vincentg Religiong B.E., Duquesneg M.A., Villanovag Sodalityg Is a diligent Sports' Religiong Englishg 205 Senior Fan. Homeroomg Is an avid reader. MISS ALICIA REUSCHER MR. JOHN PETRO B.A., Notre Dame, Clevelandg Healthg SISTER M. ROSE, O.S.B. B.S., Indiana State Teachersg Englishg Girls' Physical Educationg Volleyball and B.A., St. Bonaventure-3 Religiong Germany Civicsg Interest lies in sports and music. Cheerleader Coachg Enguges in painting Dramaticsg Engages in handicrafts. and reading. - I8 0111259 GI20fgZIIOfdI2CQ MISS ELEANOR RUPPRECI-IT MRS. MARGARET SCOTT MR. AUGUSTINE SPIZZIRRI B.S., Seton Hillg Biologyg Englishg 102 B,A., Trinityg Historyg 105 junior Home- B.S., Lock I-Iaveng Boys' Health and Physi- Freshman Homeroomg Finds relaxation in roomg Appreciates Renaissance paintings. fill Ef-lUCafi0I13 Varsity Cluhg Driver Train- playing the piano. ingg Is an eager hunter and fisherman. SISTER M. TERESITA, O.S.B. B.A., Canisiusg Scienceg 202 Sen- ior Homeroomg Produces beau- tiful Crocheting and embroidery. 10? ,IJ MR. HERBERT WERNER Metal Shopg Adult Evening Classesg Relaxes with a book or magazine, Edwin Inge and Eugene Hooper study Protozoa under the direction of Miss Rupprecht. I9 yo Zzktecf Our 50116 Mr. Dornisch instructs Thomas Wegenwer and Timothy Valentine in a Mechanical Drawing project. Mrs. Mulcahy in her favorite sub- ject, Mathematics. Alene Gorman transcribes for Sister Bernadette. J Capping ceremonies for the Sue Ann Feile, Barbara Lu 20 J twat' ? tt-in 1 rt ., x,1N.., ,555 I . S42 "Candy Stripers" at the Hospital: Bernadette Wegeiiier, Judith Smeal, Sister Raphael, capping, Gertrude Gies, pton. 70 fjfernaf x a r il F St. Mary: Parirh Father Kieran, O.S.B. Father Bertrand, O.S.B t73QDQOQCfIDQ gaffers Sacred H earl' Pfzrixb Father Conan, O.S.B. Father Paul, O.S.B. Queen of the World Parirla Father Martin, O.S.B. JRR? ,',,w, gunna-'Q X ey Cjnfyffen ur 5 CENTRAL HIGH FAMILY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS OF THE FAMILY ASSOCIATION: STANDING: Treasurer ..,..,,,..ISIII,,,,,,,,, ELMER SCHABERL First Vice-President .,,,,,Y,....,,,,.,,..... ROBERT KEIM SEATED: Moderator ,.,r,,rr.,.,,,,w,....... FATHER DONALD, O.S.B. Second Vice-President ..............,. MARIE WEIDENBOERNER Secretary .r,..e..,,,,.... 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Wie. fr? anof cgfrenyffezz ur CENTRAL HIGH FAMILY ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATIVES 1961-1962 The Central High Family Association, consisting of the parents of the high school students, is dedicated to creating a better understanding between the faculty, students, parents and the people of St. Marys. This purpose isfurthered by bi-monthly meetings for which a definite and informative program is prepared by the Program Chairman. This year the Program included speakers on vital questions of interest to the members, such as, "Parental Guidance and Your Children's Future," by Dr. john Kosco, "Financing for Higher Education" by Mr. E. J. Crowe, "job Opportunities for the Future" by Mr. D. A. Mascia, and "What School to Attend QTradefCollegej and How Best to Select." The representatives of the various grades and Parishes this year were the following: STANDING: Mr. An- tonio Cornelio, Mr. Alfred Fleischman, Mr. Nicholas Giordano, Mr. Charles Wegemer, Father Donald, Mr. Charles Largey, Mr. Robert Simons, Mr. Robert Schaut, Mr. Jerome Straub. SEATED: Mr. Robert Lion, Mrs. james Ehrens- berger, Mrs. Max Bauer, Mrs. Catherine Harclerode, Mrs. Charles XVegemer, Mrs. E. C. Dankmyer, Mrs. J. Harold Lambert, Mrs. john Engel. A Each year the Association renders some financial aid toward various school activities. The donation was currently used to help cover expenses incurred in the functioning of the Library, Forensic League, Dramatics, Science Fair and Physical Education. Qitaiwfx' ., rw -Y'-r,g:'1-',1-5?-VQg,.'.xv,.,. -fN29" HFS- . A431 3, - 01-.,"i"51-"Ni-'--'21--'gi H.-4-. 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BREHM Maryg Petite and always ready for fung H.L.A., Memo, Library Aide, Pimburgh Aummazion Irwi- lule--I.B.M. THOMAS J. ARNOLD Tom, Looks are deceiv- ing, Track, Y.C., Hunting, Drafting. RAYMOND M. BREINDEL Rayg Willing and able to as- sistg Hunting, Track, Tennisg Col- lege. CAROLYN A. BAUMER Carolyn, Laugh re- sounding like an explo- sion, Y.C., c.s.M.C., so- dalityg Nurring. JAMES E. BUCHHEIT Jimg Gentleman from head to toeg Fishing, hunting, Baseball, Col- lege. MARK F. BRENDEL Mark, Car crazyg Ides, Hunting, Bowlingg Trade Srboal. CARL F. BRENNAN Carl, Plays a hot trumpet, C.S.M.C., Y.C., St. Mary's Bandg Air Force DARLENE P. BRENNAN Darrg Pleasant in word and helping in handg C.S.M.C., Y.C., Sodalityg Beauliriarz 29 CAROL A. CHEATLE Carole, Quiet and friendly, Painting, Senior Choir, C.S.M.C.g Plam Indefinize. Ccygefofofwe sfooofaf X69 ogor EDWARD T. CALLAHAN Terry, Miles and miles of smiles, Y.C., Bowling, Par- ties, Cammerrial Arlifl. MARIE L. CHILLELLI Marie, Soft-voiced lass, Y.C., Volleyball, C.S.M.C. MARY LEE CATALONE Maryg Talks little but says muchg Volleyball, CARMELLA J, C.S.M.C., Senior Choir, CQRNELIO Sef'46m"9" Caring A n o t h e r "Kookie" Senior Choir, Volleyball, F.F.L.g Nurre. A ekafie, A JAMES W. COTTER, JR. Jim, Short, dark and handsome, Basketball, Ides, T.H.G.g College. 4, V i A A K ,fig JANE A. DANKMYER MARY L. CROWE Dinlcg Pixie pert- Mary, Has Dresden delicacyg nessg H.L.A., Glee Club, Volleyball, Parties, F.F.L., Medi- Volleyballg Nursing. fine. anof 6120059009 sf fp PATRICIA A. DONAHUE Pattyg Generous with her smilesg Vice-President of C.S,M,C., Senior Choir, Y.C.g Teafbcf, Some of our future secretaries are Nancy Distler, Carol Seelye, Mary Lee Cntnlone, and 5 Ann Pfeufer. ,323 1- , X, K 1 - . MARY A. DeLULLO Maryg Happy-go-luckyg H.L.A., Glee Club, Volley- ballg Elemenlfzry lefzrbirlg. 2 dis JOHN INI. DETSCH johng Is a doubting. Thomasg Cars, Hunting, Y.C.g College 01' Service. RUTH A. EHRENSBERGER Ruthyg Sunny dispo- sitiong Glee Club, Memo, Senior Choirg S6'COIId!11'y tearfaer. NANCY L. DISTLER Nancg With a sparkling sense of humorg Y.C., Sodulity, Volley- ballg Serrelfzry. 59 9' STEPHEN DORNISH Steveg Witli a thirst for know- ledgeg Science Club, Basketball, Traclcg Eleffrfml Ezlgirleer. PETER F. ENGELBERG Peteg Germany's gift to the classg YC.. Swimming, Skatingg Plans Irzdefiflile. DONALD L. ERICH Dong Often late but never earlyg, Hunting, Cars, Y.C.g Plmzx Irzdbfirzila. , CC RONALD W. FELDBAUER R o n n y Flashy dresser Y.C., Boys' Club? Drill Teamg Mn chizzirl. x SARA E. FISCHER Sallyg Her silence is gold- eng Art, S e n i 0 r Choir, C.S.M.C.g Teaching. "' X e A ""l 3 W. PATRICIA FLEISCHMAN Pattig Never worries- never hurriesg Memo, Senior Choir, Y.C.g Teacher. 2 7 e porfaf ffen opene vii LYNDA L. FLEMING Lynng Loves u good story Senior' Choir, Numa Future teachers, Susan Mohr, Sara Fischer, Irene Leithner, and Patricia Fleischman. check rank in Senior line-up. F.F.L., C.S.M.C Y an recezbe us. 77 LINNEA M. FORD Lynng Talkative, teasingg H.L.A., Glee Club, Dramaticsg Airline Hofleu. yt! IIC:- L. LINDA FRANCIS Lindag Honey blonde -Sugar sweetg Memo, Sodality, Inlesg Free Lance llV1'ile1'. DAVID L. GABLER Daveg Is a happy hunterg Hunting, Golf, Y.C.g Plfwy Izzdefizzita. JEANNE M. FREY Redg Rosy recl-cheeked lassg C.S.M.C., Senior Choir, Y.C., Nurre. NILS J FRIIH Nilsg Willing and able assist ant to ally Hunting lore-mic Science Clubg T1 :de Srbool at MICHAEL F. GABLER Mikeg C r e w Cutg Clowns aroundg Hunting, Y,C., Base- ballg Air Form. x KAREN A. FRITZ DOROTHY T. GEITNER Kareng Canine crazyg Soclality, DOIQ Serious air shatter- Dramatics, Y.C.g Velerizmriarz. ed by sudden gleeg Memo, Sodality, Volleyballg Secremry. hm- V' JEROME W. GOETZ Jerry, Tall, tried, truthful, Y.C., Boy's Club, Baseball, Navy. Q' 6UOI20fGI'QOfgO6U I22d.I2y FLOYD A. GERBER Bugs, Fervent follower of the funnies, Hunting, Horse- back Riding, Y.C., illarbizziyf. MARY AGNES GLATT Maggie, A genius for getting into trouble, Ides, Glee Club, Volley- ball, College. WILLIAM F. GRIEGGS Gringo, The Great Philosopher, Boy Scout, Y.C., Order of Arrow, NIlIf"1'-CN1'E6I' in Elec- tronirx. V ALENE K. GORMAN Alene, Artistically inclined, Y.C., Bowling, Senior Choir, Com- mercial Artift. ' AURELIA E. HALLORAN Aurelia, Fun to be with, Forensic, Glee Club, Volleyball, Nurs- mg. FRANK J. GRUNTHANER Frank, Never lost for an answer, Ides, Memo, Science Club, Re- .refzrrb Chemin. GARY L. GRUNTHANER Gary, Good naturecl and loves nature, Y.C., 4-H, C.S.M.C., Biolo- gift. woufofsuccee U2 1159124 uesf IE? Carolyn Baumer, Judy Smeal, Lynda Fleming, Aurelia Halloran and Jane Dankmyer select Schools of Nursing. ROSE ANN HARLAN Rosieg Soft waves of red ac- centing a sweet personality, Volley- ball, H.L.A., Y.C,, Airline Harlan. ROSE ANN HANNIBAL Rosie, Possesses the touch of an artist, Automotive Club, C.S.M.C., Y.C,g Serrelrzry. if S vqff 5 JANE A. HARCLERODE Jayne, Her cheers bring smiles, Forensic, Dramatics, Library Aicleg English teacher. A EILEEN M. HERBSTRITT Eileen, Still waters run deep, Volleyball, So- clality Senior Choir, Teaflaer. THOBIAS HAUBER Mooseg News :mil niceg V.C. President, Varsity Basketball Man- ager, Idesg Radio. ELEANORE K. HELSLEY Ellie, Her jokes abounclg C.S.M.C., Choir Music: Bwzcdiclinv. if ?f.:l',"' ' X. 'Y .1,- 2 .-. I ,Q f 6712 accepf ffe cfaknye IVIARY ANN JACOB Jakieg All for athletics, Volleyball, Tennis, Senior Choirg Pbj'.ffL'd! Edzmzliofz lefzrber. gg .,,,lni A S LORRAINE TNI. HERBSTRITT l.or1'aineg She loves life and laughsg C.S.M.C., Red Rockets, St. Marys, Bantlg llff1r.ruzz'iff'. M21 A -4:"""' ROBERT D. JAMBRO Bobg Garrulous and nr- gumentativeg Forensic, Ides, ROGER HOFFMAN R. li. Hg Rcvcling in a whirlpool of good-natured schem- ingg linskctlmll, T,H.G., Y.C.L E11- glzzwf. IHOMAS H HOOPIIR Hoops L 0 N C S his stootu, C S.M C , Science Club' l'nf-Mud. CAROL A. KELLER Carolg Bublwling over with mischiefg Volleyball, Senior Choir, H.L.A.g Ihwllllirnlirf. Y.C.g N.z1'y. . S :N T YCTUR Thomas Hooper, Jerome Goetz, john Loeffler, and Wfilliam Grieggs explore the possibilities of advancement in the Navy. af ffe A0143 gf e ucafzbn ,jy-'gg ' Lk il ' vain y ,. e , 5 ,W r, ."2ir-"-W' if - JACQUELINIQ R. KOCH Jackieg Peaches and cream complexiong H.I..A., Volleyball, C.S.M.C.g Libwxzl fl1'l.i'. CHARLES F. K RON EN XVETTER Chuck: Six-foot IDOXYCl'l'lOl1SC1 le-W' Basketball, Y.Cf,, Hunting: Chflftgyt LOUISE M. KELLER Kipg Determined ease spiced with zesty humorg Li- brary Aide, Memo, Y.C.g Ser- olldary Edzrmliou Teaclfvr. ,f THEODORE J. KRELLNIER T. .Ig Carefree as rolling wavcsg T.H.Ci.. Cars, Parliesg Cn lege. HELEN bl. KIM Kimmyg Crazy about 'I'-Birds: Forensic, Vol- leyball. Camly Stripersg Crflfqyc. JOHN E. KRONENXVETTER Krunchg XVitty and recklessg Y.C.. Cars, Par- tiesg Ibzlitim. MARLENE C. KRUG Krugieg HHS brains, will travclg C,S.M,C., Sodality. bfemog Pf2.n'n1.1uy. Z. , ' 1-3 in Q? 1"'D' GALE P. LARGEY Galeg Another Lilvetaccl Ides, Forensic, Memog Col- X, X! ami li fe we A? i .,, -4, K K ., P .4 i - if 1 Q if' ' 'si I 5- - Gvnllwiv 1:."'i'fs1-'1.??.-5 . 1 ' blew, . 1. u . .vmsff ' 9 '11 "VW 'nsi:"v5 ffm., 2.4. iam: :'f:'.r:L. "' me ifflgxs-1:-fy, -- Y. Mg- , 46-xx. 'sv-516' ,w.w,..'A:.9.j1 .,Q5g,v,ff ,.1:-vw.-.,A,m::.,,1,. 1-i,,.,?I4.1.i.,ff X ,-:MWA ,f,u,w:t1,,'vlgf ,"'g'f?9fIg,gg 551 ull.-MU" LJ' . -.Jr.1 -. d.,4.,,i'5ju L, .Q fi.. ,tt ,. , -.' .rf 1, 'gpm 'if' '- :-"'i"'.""f-'. . LC, ,- fi. . -2 3'-:sf : .-rvwflw-.5 N137 2 ,. 3g' Ei2i. .3'-and Hi-t:,,:1+'. ig-xl X? IRENE C. LEITHNIER .Cookieg Bouncing with cn thusirismg Clieerlciuling, ldcs. H.L.A.g Tc.n'bi1'. 11 hellog Senior Choir, Li- briiry, Y.C.g Iltujflifiuixl. YK meanf pus Any 012 ARLITA J. LLCRER Lettieg Loves the fairing Horseback-ridinggg C.S.M.C.g Ffzrmifzg. MILDRED ANN LECKER Millieg A smile and ROBERT INICCABIEY Robbig 'lirilnsistoi' brotherg Baseball, Hunt- ing, lfishingg N.11'y. ,E ,Xa N. K ki XL i :'f1 ii sUsAN J. MOHR Volleyball, B o w l i n g TUiIIbL'7'. VVILMA J. NEXVELL Wiliiizig A bouncing ball of fung Bowling, Y.C., Recordsg O c 4' Wfork, , ...ii Suzieg Small in Stil- ture but large in heart' V JOHN M. LOEFFLER Jonny Lg Iixilggcmting stories of incidents and nctionsg Basket- ball, C.S.M.C., Y.C.: N.n'Vi, M nw-ww 5 GERARD A. NEUBERT Gerryg Loves gluing nothings Hunting. Fishing. C.S.M.C.: 171.121 Izldefizzilif. anoffeepzhy on ffe move Future Ffirmers of Amerim-Anthony Nissel md Arlitfl Lecker. 17. PATRICK O'l5RllfN O. Bg A young Irish rascalg Hunting, Swimming, Y.C.1 C.'r1Ui'gu. WWA ANTHONY V NISSEL Tony friendliness als guisecl by shyncss Horsebfick riding Hunting Circ Firm nz X l ., ...-V-- ' K' A ROBERT 1. NUSSBAUM E Bobg A lingering lf. mystcryg Baseball, Hunt- ing, Fishingg Mfzcbiuirt. ANN M. PFEUFER e .png WS' 'fi-wk' relury. WILLIADI F. NUSSBAUM Billyg Cool, calm, collectcdg Hunting, Fishing. Basebzillg Far- tory IlV01'kwz W WS Anneg The Class- Qfkiiflfljf? Yackerg Library A i d e, af-,,fQ,Wef"H C.S.M.C., Volleyballg Sef- GERALDINE PFAFF Gerrig Friendly hello, prccedcn l by a cheerful smileg Parties. Dunc- ing, Senior Chnirg Bu.111,fivi.n1. JAMES R. PFINGS'l'LliR Finkg Short in inches, long in energyg lizisketlmll, Bowling, Y.C.g TL'.IfbjIl4Q, JOHN A. PISTNER Jnckg The quiet iuung Hunting, Fishing, Cnrsg Body .md Ftmfw' Rc1mir111.111. . .qv fr W1 'z-H94 VUILLIAM C. PISTNER Billg Me- chanical wizardg Hunting, Fishing, S ki i n gg A i 1' Form. pporfunzky comes DOROTHY R. PRUDICH Dorothyg Paving her way to Ll business Cureerg Aut0mo4 tive Club, C.S.M.C,, Y.C.g Sewelfzry. ROSE NIARY RETTGER Rosieg Composed and gentle natureg Sodnlity, C,S.M.C., Y.C., Plmlf Indafin- ile. ELLEN R. RIDDLE Elleng Black and white keys respond to her touchg Sodnlity, Senior Choir, 4-Hg Tcizrbw. Michael Gabler and Curl Brennan discuss ii career in the Air Force. 7 guf ffefz 012 y E. ssr. SUSAN A. SCHABERL Suzyg Serenely poised in whiteg Dramatics, Memo, Senior Choirg Ixlllffjllg. OZ? C' Q FRANK J. SADLEY Hapg Likes "peppy" par- tiesg Boys' Club, Basketball, T.H.G.g Illrzriue Ariizlar. R DOROTHY J. SAIN Dotg Finds happi- ness in little thingsg Science Club, Soclality, Senior Choirg Plrwt I11- defifzile.. ROBERT R. SCHLODER R. R. S.g Ready for a good timeg Science Club, Senior Choir, T.H,G.g CUULQQU. NIARTHA F. SCHATZ Martg Her dark hair frames a fair complexiong Senior Choir, Library Aide, Y.C.1 SuL'1'ul.1r'y. NANCY A. SCHNEIDER Nancyg S u g a r, spice and everything niceg Sodality, Sen- ior Choir, Y.C., Sef- 1'emry. LOIS A SCHRIIIBER Lowa Always ready for MICHAEL P' SCHLODER a good laughg Memo, Senior Mikeg Quiet and courteousg Clwir, Y.C.g Sefnflrzry, Hunting, Cars. Y.C.g Dmftmzmz. ws W, ANTIONETTE C. SCUTELLA Tonig Feminine Charm highlighting tlelicacyg Volley- ball, C.S.M.C., Y.C.g Tmfber. jge ogors gff5e!Q1fure NANCY I-I, SI-IADD Nnncyg Petite and peppyg Cheerleading, Varsity Club, Senior Choirg Be.mzifi.n1. ,E - ' ' if 5 ,lt 4 mx! X it 6 .m g ' ' 'H rw' Y S v' qi P gi E ? M in CAROL A. SEELYE Shortyg Hates stuck- up peopleg Y.C., Auto- motive Club, C.S,M.C.g Svr1'ufm'y. MICHELE A. SILINSKY ROSE ANNE SHERRY Rose Anneg Delight- ful mixture of merri- mentg Bowling, Volleyl hull, Y.C.g Bffalllljffclll. DIANA M. SIECKER Dig Cute smile - quiet voiceg Swimming, Bowling, Y.C.g Offife ll"0rl7. FAITH E. SHERRY Fayg Best things come in small packages: Senior Choir Swimming, F.F,L.g Child Care. Mickig Energetic symmetry of ri dance stepg DONNA M. SIECKER Drilling, Dances, Rldg' Donag Gets nroumlg Major WHY- IVUW- ette, Red Rocket. johnsonburg Szvilrbbofzrd Ollwmlor. G06 QQI? O!UE?I2Q Ei' US Future Air Line Hostesses: Sandra Steele, Rose Harlan, Linnea Ford and Dorothy Geitner. 'Q' vifnr ROBERT W. SIMONS Simpg Witlm a mischie vous smileg Basketball, Ath- letics, Y.C.g EIIgfiI?01'iIIt2. JUDITH A. SMEAL Judig Eager to pleaseg Forensic, Glee Club, H.L.A.g Nurriizg. RITA L. STRAUB Reetsg Daring and adventurousg Memo, Vol- leyball, H.L,A.g Bzzfinefr THOMAS J. SMITH Srbfml. Smittyg Dead but aliveg Bas- ketball, Tennis, Y.C.g College. CHRISTINE J. SORG Chrisg Pleasant conversation with all acquaintancesg Science Club, Dramatics, Y.C.g Medical Tefbilirffm. SANDRA STEELE Sandyg Blue-eyed and vibrantg Majorette, Soclality, ,Y.C.g Airline Hosiery. I I , :I ,ii fri I 7 TIMOTHY A. STRAUI3 Tiing Debonairc and clevilislig Hunting, Horses. Y.C.g Max! C111- fer. MARY ANN ULJON Mary Anng Sparkling brown eyes highlighting spontaneous Inu,-zlwtcrg IN'Iemo, Senior Choir, Y.C.g Blafizlefr Srbfmf. CHRISTINE I.. VALENTINE Smilieg Gen- erous with li cr talents: Cheer' leading. Volley- ldzlll, H.I..A.g Tmrbifzg. e Canjfofea, uf TIMOTHY D. VALENTINE Tiing Dreams of girls, cars, and vacationg Y.C., Cars, Partiesg Drfzftrzzzmz. DOLORES H. VALLIMONT Pctcg Shyncss silhouetted by Il sweet pcrsonalityg Sodul- ity, C,S.M.C.g 'l'v.1rZ7c1'. DIANNE M. VOLLMIER Susieg Wfinsome smilcg Senior Choir. Cars, Y.C.g ll"fll"15S, Our future traclesmen-Irvin Znleslci. Floyd Gerber and Nils Ifrcy. musf fame 012 VIRGINIA M. WEHLER Ginnyg Dainty as ll nlaisyg Horses, Sodality, Y.C.g Secremry. CAROLE A. WATKAVITCH Rabbit, Fiery and liable to burstg Majorette, Y.C., Oldsmobilesg Secrezary. M. BERNADETTE XVEGEMER Bernieg Liberal with her talentsg Forensic, Cheerleading, Memog Bio- logy. INIARLENE INI. XVISE Marlene-g Gift of gab and appetiteg C h e e r l e a d- in g, Memo, Major- etteg Pbyriml Educa- liou lerlcbar. ANTHONY R. WERNER Tonyg "Super-dup-er" Sale-smang Motor Scoot- ers, Y.C., Bowling, Lib- eral Arty. ANDREW J. WEIDENBOERNER IRVIN M, ZALESK1 Drewg Victim of flirtationg Skip? Silent but devilish? Hunting, Bowling, Scoutsg Drfzflr- Bucktail Archers, Y.C., Hunt- mmz. ing, T001 DFIjg7Ii7I,Q. LOIS A. XVEICH MAN Loisg Wise and wittyg Bowl ing, Y.C., Volleybzlllg ll"flV.ES GN CC access Kwwazfs af 5060145 Safe" IICE USI- The hlghest tl I rive W ise, ony and lzltt, Frank Grunthancr broadcasts Central's news program - Tucsday's regular Church Street "FIVE" and "SING- ALONGSH ja m e s Snelick, Carl Bren- nan, Gale Largcy, Thomas H a u b e r, John Zelt, Robert .I a m b r o, M a r y Agnes Glatt, Helen Kim. j B 1 1 2 ' X fl I ' 1, A N A I, , ' 1. YIII 1 1 ', X , V' 1111 I NX X :ul ' M if ' NA L A5 1 1 x Q-xx ' x f 'Wifi-b x I . I ti " , . . 1 11 A . V K 1 v ' 1Q ' I Ass isi, .f 1 ,. 1' . .2 Q 1 . v Q- ' 1 f ,,', if W ,Y H 0 A ff ' ' . ' ,1,. L,,A A Wim. 1 1 " I 1' 1 ff' ,J f 47 N :Beef anofyou sfaf - .T-WP' 1 zzocf anof 12' x' X ml. .ty A - 356169 0!08I2GOf 7 1 l f N7 ' Kk, W Q-xV 5 fo you" 1 17 3 I XXI fff X f 'Xxx Q ri 5 A g "' QQ ! '63 A C' 1 lx Q Xa Xxx J' N M. xvf' 1 fxx 9' -1 A11 J , f , f 1 5' " -, u ' 7 V 5' 2 1 '- ' A1 - ' ' f . l ,G V 'dnl v f. - .,.,N , 1 111 511, a ' 7111 gf , tu X 4 t Y 1 1 ,. 1 , I , . fi 1 I ' . nv' if "3"f- 11 K , 155. 1' . 'Y r 1 2 " . 1 -9 , ft r 1 E, 11. 1' "- -3 ' ' 1 1 4,1 s 1 S Q , , i x 1 gr, 7 ,EQ f 1 1 - W"'9"""'if"3"1'f'1x,. 1 t 24 ' 7 ' f 1 , 1 1 - , ' ' 11 mfs' f F x 551 4 1 i , lb V in i ' fi . .aw -L, A I-fd, U, V i .1 'U' N A J. 2 :W X ' , ' L f ' ' , 1 , fn' 1 Dorothy Geitner in native costume with the help of Mrs. Scott helps to plan Ll 171'Ogl'2ll1l for ITN. Day. Mk ri N Sai ...-.""f, if ff M' , - W-rw... Jacqueline Koch, joseph Hillebrand and Nancy Grotzingcr are trying out exact measurements on the Analytic Balance. 49 Wefyzbn, ffe C3sse12f1dffD00 i i 1. Andrew XX'eidenbocrncr, Sister Capistrnn, Gale Lzxrgey getting ready for Advent. uni 4+ hikes' I-15" QQ' C,S.M.C, OFFICERS Secretary, David Amlcrsong President, Mary Ann DcLu1l0g Vice-Prcsidcnt. Patricia Donuhucg Treasurer, Robert Francis. CU fo aszcz' jruffs anoffrzhczyo es Religion, an influential subject, is taken by all 580 students of Central every class day. Throughout the year, three Benedictine Fathers and seven Bene- dictine Sisters instruct us to model our lives after our Creator and Redeemer. This is partly achieved every Monday and First Friday when the student body attend a dialogue Mass and receive Holy Com- munion. Many religious exercises and devotions are attended during the course of the year. In November, two special Retreat days were conducted by Redemp- torist Father Rice at St. Marys Church. Advent wreaths made in preparation for Christ- mas, remind us of Our Savior's coming. The Lenten season trains us in daily sacrifice with the necessity of penance for all. During the year, contests, Religion posters, and vocational talks comprise a part of our Guidance program. The solemn procession and crowning of our Blessed Mother as Queen of the May is the climax of our Religious functions. The Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, to which all students belong, encourages prayer, sacri- fice and study. Periodic collections are sent for vari- ous causes to the Missions at home and abroad. Sister Celestine clears up a point in Religion II class. jlgsfofy C asses open ffe foorfczg gffge pczsf I .,x . l , ,Nik ,I Si I 4:1 .gf 5 fl lf, 'j j "Ing i' , ' - ,Nl ' fliufafu fl' 93 4' at f I ' Q if ,Q fm -:3.'i.l. ,U-0 at 4465" 1 "4d'i. il .' l gif! U- I I B ,M 101, Bill I 1 fill' gs!! 'se 'ei SOCIAL STUDIES Instruction in Social Studies provides an inter- esting and informative facet to student education at Central. Of the 338 who take part in this program, some 181 Freshmen are educated in the fundamen- tals of Civics and Pennsylvania History. The mem- bers of the Junior Class, in number 103, through the study of American History, acquire a keener appre- ciation of their heritage. They also study the many problems incurred in the development of this coun- try. The Wforld Culture classes serve as an incentive for 117 Seniors to further explore the causes, con- ditions, and results of the conflicts. which face the world today. First Period "World Culture" class participated actively in UNITED NATIONS DAY, October 24. anof wwf an zhszyf 1' zhfo Me fizfzzre 166'- , , K c V W A , ,we 5' ' 1 With the aid of the Bulletin Board, Mr. Petro helps james Herzing in the study of Federal Government. 313 W . l,,.,,., ,M 'Y -. lsz5x:a::1af.awz. Mr. Bulger clarifies some points for Frederick Muhitch and Suzanne Wolfe in the study of the "Declaration of Independence." erefh les ffe gen tube oczrca Lfzgfary .jrszlrfazzfs Martha Schatz, Mary Brehm, Jerome Troha, Sister Genevieve, Louise Keller, joan Salter, Jane Harclerode, John1Loeffler, Carol Keller, Mary Paropacic, Ann Pfeufer. The Library opens up immense treasures of incalculable worth. When any one of the 578 members of Central's student body or of its faculty passes through the Library door, he faces a vast horizon of booksg a whole new world has been revealed by his single step. Together with its advisors and assistants, the Library makes available to all, the amassed knowledge of human minds. It provides information in every field of human endeavor and is expressly tailored to fit the demands of Central's students. It is one of the busiest places in the school with students seeking reference material and reading matter, some obligatory, some voluntary. Volumes are being constantly added to keep abreast of the times. 54 earnzby CO n QA YA The English course at Central, conducted by qualified personnel, complements classroom study and textbook preparation with Library work, designed to more fully exploit those facts previously learned. In this capacity the Library is particularly suited to function, due to the possession of a great and varied host of works by masters of the literary art, in times not only classical and modern but also in those outstanding of this very day. Anne Uhernick's book report meets with the approval of Sr. Gertrude. Sr. Pauline points out to Anthony Nissel, Rita Straub, Arlita Lecker and Robert Nussbaum the complexities of composing a term paper. jzioofzrn an fgrezyn anyuayes - i vs L4 N 'nn K1 6 4 i in - x '-2. X ,L . LANGUAGES Today when any part of the earth is but a few hours away, the knowledge of more than one language can be very useful. Two hundred and twelve Centralites are now supplementing their English with Latin, Spanish, German, and French. In the Latin classes 153 pupils return each day to the land of the Caesars. From the 20 Spanish students one might expect at any time a cheery "Buenos diasf' In German we hear "Wie befinden Sie sich, heute?", and the 5 studying French greet their instructor with "Bon jour, ma Soeur." They endeavor not only to understand and read the language, but also to speak it fluently. Through records and other aids they are accomplishing their task. It is interesting to learn about the peoples of other countries, and to converse as they do is equally exciting. German Class Sister Rose at the Board. FIRST ROW, Front to back: Rose Mary Rettger, Mildred Lecker, Darlene Brennan, Sue Schaberl, Mary Ann jacob, Michael Engel. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Weidenboerner, Veronica Gutowski, Susan Herzing, Donna Bucheit, Kenneth Mills. ffe yafeway fo UI? ersfan y Sister Evangelist corrects Anthony Werner's Spanish conjugation. Geraldine Hauber, Paul Hauber, Linda Haberberger, and Linda Pontzer receive help from Sister Martha on punctuation points in Latin 57 9 off? of 'l' Q7 e uafe Cljxerczse HEALTH The study of health as a specific course is required in the sophomore year for all one hundred and sixty-five of the tenth graders. First-aid, a balanced diet, correct grooming, and personality form a definite part of the course. An up-to-date record is kept of all students' height, weight, hearing and sight conditions through repeated checking by the school nurse. Complete physical fitness is period- ically checked by the school doctor and corrective measures are followed through. PHYSICAL EDUCATION This year, for the first time, physical education was offered for the Freshman students, hence, all five hundred and eighty students of Central have the opportunity to improve their physical prowess. A wide variety of drills, exercises and stunts are practiced and mastered in the effort to strengthen and develop seldom-used muscles in order to produce healthy, vig- orous bodies to house active, alert minds. A demonstration of specific techniques and abilities that were mastered by members of the physical education classes was presented for their parents and in- terested faculty members. Every facility of the school is utilized to produce "sound minds in sound bodies," so that the students of this school will be prepared to take their place in an ever- changing and complex society, with credit to their Catholic heritage. Pitmk OBrien M1 Spiuirri md Andrew Weidcnboerncr inspect thc engine of the student driver's training car, ccfflfens and A12 Of'!001"Q anon . rg 'N lhgff Qgvlffkt, ,1 sy! ,- .91 David Gabler, Anthony Wei'ner, Frederick Schneider, Ronald Feldbauer, Gary Grunthaner, James Pfingstler, Thomas Hauber, Carl Brennan, Thomas Arnold, Thomas Wegeiiuer, watching Floyd Gerber on the Swedish Box. Anthony Nissel, Gary Eckert, Raymond Garner, James Pfingstler, Frederick Schneider, Thomas Hauber, David Gabler, Timothy Straub, Anthony Werner, Gary Grunthaner, Thomas Wfegemer and Mr. Spizzirri watching William Miller taking a dive and roll over Paul Donachy, john Goodreau, Vincent Sporner, Carl Brennan and Ronald Feldbauer. , 113 our yu! Any !01'1lr2 C120 SCIENCE Once again the inquisitive and enthusiastic minds of the students of Central have delved into its scientific courses. The five various branches of scientific study taught here have open- ed the minds of 397 students to great- er knowledge. Biology class finds 142 Central- ites intently exploring the study of life. Modern Biology combines the study of type organisms emphasizing the unity of life, the systematic study of plants and animals showing the re- lationship of all living things, and the study of principles being inductive- ly approached. Does humidity affect the weather? Sister Mary Edward displays humidity charts. Thirty-five pupils interested in the make-up of the world are participating in Chemistry. This partic- ular field treats with the composition of substances and the transformation they undergo. To discover how the world works, 195 boys and girls have included General Science in their cur- riculum. The more mathematical-minded student might challenge his intelligence with the study of Physics. Special at- tention is given by this subject to the operations and applications of physical laws in daily life. This year the class consists of 26 students. Twenty-one students have enroll- ed in the Physical Science course. This is easier, for it does not deal with higher math., but still is just as inter- esting as Chemistry or Physics. The study of science makes one marvel still more at the wonders of God's universe. Miss Rupprecht and james Kronenwetter see that the hamsters get a clean house and plenty of food. fbzbzkze zhfegyence 13 ma125jQsfe0f l 3. Jacqueline Koch makes a first attempt at distillation of water. Nancy Grotzinger and Sister Teresita watch the experiment. Richard Miller believes in noting down data. How has his water purification progressed? Robert Francis is intent on checking his findings by experimentation. ffrouyf f5QibfQOfQ6I!S 0 nafure 1 ' Stephen Dornisch, Robert .lambro and Charles Kronenwetter calculate the coefficient of sliding friction, Mr. Mallison, Christine Valentine, Dolores Vallimont, Willizttn Grieggs and Patrick O'Brien conduct a check on "Cen tripetal Force." .--an faf we Hearn OUQ Homemaking is a required subject in the curriculum for all Freshman girls. The objective of these classes is to set up goals which will help teen-agers to become better family members, and thus to contribute to the happiness and right living in their homes now and in the near future. By studying such topics as "Helping younger brothers and sisters," "Spending and sav- ing with a purpose," "Making your own clothes," "Foods you like and need," the girls imbibe a desire for habits that promote love and thoughtfulness of others, begin to realize the impor- tance of assuming responsibilities, and learn skills they can carry over into their home life. Last preparations for the Judges' lunch - it was Forensic Day. Sister Claudia, Judy Covac, Linda Saline, Anne Dippold. Making oaten bread sandwiches for the Teachers' luncheon are Anne Uhernick, Gail Fleischman, jane Parson, Margaret Auman. Christine Mildrew, Susan Keating, and Joyce Gruntlmner measure for n pat- tern with Sr. Clau- dia looking on. Caiolyn Ann Ehrcnsburger, Joyce Giunthaner and Susqn Keating ex- amine their completed fiprons. 6 t if A fascination subject for Judith Smith- stcnographic transcription. 'Q !0QQOf'l' K-VCCUFGC COMMERCIAL CLASSES Business Education classes prepare Com- mercial students for job competency, for specific jobs in the business world, namely bookkeepers, clerks, stenographers and for other office jobs that are an integral part of modern management. The office practice courses help the 27 in that class to meet the demands of our time, and the needs of the future, with the knowledge and skills that are needed for successful employment in the jobs that have evolved with the incorporation of automatic data processing techniques in office oper- ations. Our 88 stenographers get a practical working knowledge of transcription prin- ciples in action. One hundred and eighty- eight students get all-around learning in their progress toward developing complete typewriting power - "thinking" typists, rather than Hcopyingi' typists. Twenty-five bookkeepers learn the theory of debiting and crediting accounts, etc. Forty-seven students relate the fundamentals of applied business arithmetic to the everyday problems of life. ONE OF THE TYPEXVRITING II CLASSES Front to back - FIRST ROW: Marie Chillclli, Lois XX!eichman. SECOND ROXV: Ann Pfeufer, Mary Lee Cata- lone, Dorothy Geitner, Nancy Distler, Carol Keller. THIRD ROXW: Lois Schreiber, Martha Schatz, Dorothy Prudich, Mildred Lecker, Lorraine Herbstritt, Carole XWatkavitch. FOURTH RONW: Virginia Weliler, Nancy Shadd, Diane Vollmer, Mary Ann Uljon, Donna Sie-cker. ack 93140 zezen Cy MI tml THE Reunion S -Mimi ,g i.. STENOGRAPHY I CLASS Sister Bernadette, instructor. At the board, Ellen Riddle, Alene Gorman, Jeanne Frey. Janet Price, Carol Cheatle in row nearest the board, Suzanne Wolf. OFFICE PRACTICE CLASS Sister Capistran, instructor. Mary Ann Uljon and Lois Schreiber, at the Adding Machines. Martha Schatz, Dorothy Geitner and Donna Siecker at the Mimeograph. Dianne Vollmer and XX7ilma Newell at the duplicator. X gzzoizsfrzdfarfs courses prepare JXUQQIQXS Gerard Neubert turns a Candlestick on a lathe. "Industrial Arts" is planned to intro- duce students to general principles and fun- damentals of operation in the field. There is no attempt to prepare students for a par- ticular job. The teacher endeavors to give students an idea of the nature of each type of work to explore the possibilities for use of specific machines and materials, and to develop basic skills in each area. The stu- dents acquire a respect for tools and utensils, a knowledge of good work habits, experience Vincent Sporner and Gary Eckert put hinges on a cedar chest, Mr. Dostal, Su- pervising. or an economzeaffoeffooof with the various machines and materials, and essential safety practices. They become famil- iar with methods of using metals in in- dustry and in enriched home living. This introductory course in Industrial Arts plays an important part in the general education of the high school students. This year 137 students are taking part in Shop workg 87 Freshmen in Wood and Metal workg 34 juniors, in woodg 9 seniors in metal and 7 in metal work. Timothy Valentine works with the milling machine in metal shop. Mr. Werner instructs Anthony Nissel on running a metal lathe. 69 Waffemafles - Me 604119011 This year 532 of Central's students are endeavor- ing to follow in the footsteps of Einstein. Starting at the bottom of the ladder toward mathematical intelligence, we find the more simple everyday elementary problems for the 43 General Math students and 45 Mechanical Drawing I stu- dents. To tax the brains of the educated and author- ized scientists, the 190 Algebra I students and 95 Algebra II students continually look for that mys- terious number Those in Plane Geometry number 67 this year, and take great pride in their ability to prove that C2:A2-1-BZ. Finally as we approach the top of the ladder in our high school years, the 54, 26, and 8 more mathematics students explore into the depths of Trigonometry, Trade Math, and Advanced Math respectively. These students can be seen studying earnestly, trying to obtain their goal in order to make a suit- able showing of themselves in the world, once they have completed their years at Central. The various mathematical solutions solved in youth, tend to enlighten the minds to appreciate the intricate wonders of God's creations . . . Working with various scientific theorems naturally tends to arouse the curiosity about mathematical principles. Being exposed to the diverseness of these subjects, students gain some sort of mathematical satisfaction. Mr. Dornisch explains to Fred Muhitch, Robert Hoffman, and Thomas Arnold the drawing of the various parts of the mechanics of a vise. fo fb? jf 5116217 gf um ers - ,W 4,?."':2::+Nv- 's .. i , 'X' Y I , ,z ,. 5 N Tim it K .l:2..L'2.'1..,H,,,fi,-u.rv-'E-51' c L W ' 45 .A,, H 'sm' Gary Grunthancr constructs an inscribed circle with thc aid of Sister Bernardino. Mr. Dornisch demonstrates to Donald Erich, john Loefflcr, and Anthony Nisscl some of the advanced techniques of Mechanical Drafting. Logurithms come to light for Robert jambro with Mr. Lupton's explanation. S7 0 X59 G0mpQx1f1Qs gf is zyzzres john Nicklas hands Mrs. Mulcahy his Algebra II assignment. Oufsfan 0622? 570 zeuemenf ibn Of WO? SCHOLASTIC AVERAGE 95? DEPORTMENT 9370 HJ pg. BOTTOM ROW: William Krieg, Peter Largey, Robert Gosser, Paul Hauher, Gerard Becker, Robert Caskey, Roger Fritz. SECOND ROXW: Ruth Pfeufer, Susan Herzing, Mary Ann Ryan, Mary Weidenhoerner, Nadine Gorman, Margaret Wfeher, Daniel Meier. THIRD ROXV: Elizaheth Krug, Judy Fritz, Nancy Parson, Irene Hassenetter, Virginia Nekusa, Carol Smith, Barbara Lechner, Judith Schaut, Virginia Wehler. FOLRTH ROXXQ Rose Rupprecht, Carol Minnick, Jean Jacob, Jean Wfehler, Mary Prokop, Karen Kronenwetter, Patricia Krellner, Marlene Krug, Dorothy Geitner. TOP ROW: Linda Yetzer, Ann Schaberl, Constance Meyer, Susan Landis, Diane Largey, Sue Feile, Gertrude Geis, Christine Sorg, Nancy Distler. ABSENT: Joyce Robacker, Suzanne Keating. 73 owerc assmen zyby S7 emse ues Larry Lecker earned the top spot in the th i r d annual St. Marys Soap Box Derby - he set a record of 21 seconds for the 850 -foot North Mich a el track. He was given a trip to Akron, Ohio, to take in the 23rd national Soap Box Derby. He was awarded two trophies. Sandra Heindl and Irene Fitch freshen- ing up before the Youth Center dance. 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A k 'w '- J-i v15': 4?v 'W S - f Am 7515. . -m f ' ki w i" . ...fi X .,,. a i r , --f fm UQ ..Lr "' fr awww .. ,,,. Z 2:54 Mr. Dostul advises Vincent Spomcr and Gary Eckert on their shop project 3? 33 it fa S , S El l Igii' , 7 3 Iii 5 I E3 .. .gi jfe Gkss 0 763 move onwaf GYINI 1 O0 BOTTOM ROW: Mary Paropacic, Virginia Nekuza, Doris Engel, Marilyn Frey, Victoria Coppolo, Susan Herzing. SECOND ROW: Karen Kraus, Patricia Bobenrieth, Veronica Gutowski, Barbara Schatz, Elizabeth Catalone, Mary Weidenboerner. THIRD ROW: Doris Wendel, Catherine Siegel, Karen Rimer, joan Salter, Geraldine Meyer, Sally Straub, Sandra Gerg. FOURTH ROW: David Herzing, David Anderson, William Bucheit, Anthony Schreiber, Lavern Kreckle, Patrick Geitner. FIFTH ROW: Charles Lion, Gary Fleming, Joseph Bobenrieth, Thomas Keller, Carl Pfeufer, Michael Engel. TOP ROW: Thomas Cheatle, Anthony Sherry, Paul Donachy, Kenneth Mills, Jerome Troha, john Gabler. G. 100's Homeroom Teacher, Sister Cap- istran, explains th e workings of the mimeograph ma- chine to Martha Schatz, Dorothy Geitner, and Donna Siecker. 115140 aff life porfaf J cenfraf 105 BOTTOM ROW: Mary Gnan, Donna Bucheit, Suzanne Wfolfe, Catherine Wfeisner, Elizabeth Krug, janet Price. SECOND ROW: jean Cheatle, Sara Hacherl, jane Miles, Carla jacob, Susan Dauer, Constance O'Hern. THIRD ROW: Ann Werner, Sandra Uhernick, Joanne Fritz, Carol Smith, Sandra Fischer, Sharon Salter, Joyce Robacker. FOURTH ROW: james Halloran, Thomas Daniels, Robert Francis, james Burgess, joseph Bologna, joseph Hillebrand. FIFTH ROW: james Snelick, Gary Eckert, Paul Schreiber, Raymond Nussbaum, joseph Azzato, Michael Bryan. TOP ROW: Raymond Garner, Richard Sadley, Thomas Wegemer, Benedict Kronenwetter. James Klein, Richard Miller. On United Nations' Day, Mrs. Scott, 105 home- room teacher, pointed out "trouble spots" to Dorothy Sain. 80 fo yreafer IYOCUQQQ - 205 Homeroom teacher, Sister Evangelist, helps her students with Spanish translations. 205 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Ann Schaberl, Judith Fritz, Susan Sadley, Kathleen Caskey, Kathleen O'Leary, Judith Smith. SECOND ROW: Susan Heindell, Irene Fitch, Nancy Grotzinger, Antoinette Lecker, Patricia Cook. THIRD ROW: Fred Schneider, Jacqueline Minnick, Sally Kncidel, Patricia Rebic, Karen Dinsmore, William Miller. FOURTH ROW: Lavern Kneidel, Francis Braun, Timothy VC'ortman, Francis Fischer, Vincent Sporner. FIFTH ROW: Mark Bauer, Walter Emmert, Dennis Herbstritt, John Dippold, David Schreiber. TOP ROW: Richard Krug, John Zelt, Robert Hoffman, Alfred Gausman, Roger Fritz. 8I 539050122 ore fwcers Treasurer, Barbara Wegeiiierg Secretary, Michael McQuoneg Vice-President, Linda Yetzerg President, David Valentine. lr . .fg-:ia -. 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THIRD ROW: Charlotte Francis, Paula Frey, Linda Malone, Constance Kerner, Ruth Erich, Esther Hoffman. FOURTH ROW: William Schutz, Paul Hauber, Geraldine Hauber, Louise Brehm, David Valentine, Lawrence Meyer, Clarence Schloder. FIFTH ROW: joseph Hudock, james Kronenwettor, john McGill, William Fledderman, Robert Caskey, George Ehrensberger, Richard Gerber, TOP ROW: Frederick Muhitch, Paul Bille, Wayne Gleixner, David Weber, Gary Auman, Lawrence Lecker. 101 Homeroom teacher, Sister Martha, discusses a Latin idiom with Geraldine Hauber, Lin- Q da Pontzer, and Linda Haberberger. 83 fjgey anxzb as an Zzcujnafe 204 BOTTOM ROW: Carol Minnick, Deborah Henry, Shirley Huggler, Rita Lecker, Gertrude Gies, jane Ehrensberger. SECOND ROW: Marie Halloran, Mary Friedl, Sanclra Caskey, Sandra Feldbauer, Diane Francis, Patricia Krellner. THIRD ROW: David Robinson, Mary Lee Bauer, Sally Diehl, Mary Ann O'Brien, Mary Breindel, George Krug. FOURTH ROW: Stephen Bagley, james Schlocler, john Nicklas, Dennis Wehler, Paul Meyer, Thomas Herbstritt. FIFTH ROW: Daniel Lenze, Walter Elston, Dennis Simons, Walter Wilson, Wfayne Bobenrieth. TOP ROXV: Robert Cheatle, Edwin Inge, Wfayne Gerber, Paul Goetz, james Fox. 3' Sister Claudia, 204 homeroom teacher, and Joyce Grunthaner measure Susan Keatings waist- ine. X56 012 comzkzy ffzkof Sister Bernadine, homeroom teacher of' 206, shows John Zelt how to circumscribe a triangle. 206 BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Weber, Georgia Emmert, Jean Jacob, Karen Kronenwetter, Mary Simbeck, Shirley Gausman, Judy Herbstritt, Julia Vollmer. SECOND ROW: Ruth Pfeufer, Judy Salter, Christine Stebick, Mary Prokop, Sue Ann Feile, Ellen Schaut, Judy Wehler. THIRD ROW: Jo Anne Lenze, Grace Francis, Janice Copello, Rose Rupprecht, Kathryn Bucheit, Joanne Schloder, Nadine Gorman, Jacquelyn Wehler. FOURTH ROW: Steve Hillebrand, Wayne Bauer, Judy Hanes, Nancy Donahue, Doris Bille, Joseph Schaberl, Benedict Brendel, James Mills, FIFTH ROW: Paul Giordano, Thomas Lambert, Ronald Yeager, David Hoffman, John Vollmer, John Weidow, William Knight. TOP ROW: Kenneth Schneider, Joseph Covac, Wayne Erich, John Fritz, Donald Pfingstler, Thomas Smith. 85 an ofsfrzoe fo affazh fa 75 yoa. Sister Celestine, 207 homeroom teacher, at Forensic registration table with Doris Engel, Judy Smeal, Jane Dankmeyer, Gale Largey, Thomas Daniels register- : ing. 207 BOTTOM ROW: Rose Mary Keim, Marilyn Blessel, Jean Wehler, Marilee Schreiber, Donna Fleischman, Carol Cunningham, Mary Jane Wasson, Karen Grotzinger. SECOND ROW: Joan Cameroni, Diane Prudich, Ellen Yetzer, Diane Yaeger, Victoria Herzing, Patricia Pistner, Margaret Uhl, Donna Frey. THIRD ROW: Marlene Weichman, Christine Olson, JoAnne Gerber, Judith Ann Schaut, Mary Kronenwetter, Carol Samick, Linda Yetzer, David Lecker. FOURTH ROW: John Snyder, Mary Ann Ryan, Patricia Mahoney, Irene I-Iassenetter, Gayle Erich, Madeline Downing, Barbara Wegenler, David Carino. FIFTH ROW: Eugene Hooper, David Minnick, Michael Glatt, Regis Schatz, Michael Straub, Michael McQuone, Gerard Becker. TOP ROW: Claude Kronenwetter, Anthony Weber, Edward Schutz, Robert Gosser, Thomas Dippolcl, John Wildfire, Michael Weis, William Fernan. 86 r7l"QS 122012 CWCQZTS 1 W l's5 W N?" 'x Q x',-4.itNfx- .IQ-.1,1E1.-5 ZTQNXSXS :i'5r:,+Q3Ta 2' V, , fg5P'.y,-'W-:gg fxhnhfe xlQu:. ' sv . ' e .F -f-:Wx 5.5 . . . . :'.'- ' V166--Presld n ' ' - - . . e t Catherme Hemdl, Treasurer Douglas Bleggx. Presndent Mxchael Frltz, Secretary Putrnck Vnlentmc, -,' q . wig!-Im 1.-fx 'H-xx-w., . 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H '---rv-1 -1-:-'-M:uv-2--xrfmswgrz1:-Scsnwgn ' a-u-31n-2+1:fr'-'P-feQ-T12-:viihz'frfuEf6Y.fR1i-eafifiii2?iff'5'4L4'imi5f'f-K':fex:55ivfkviifQ55?25 WSW' . - " " " ' ' ' ' - "'1' -.1 v .1 xv' "."n'.-r' s."- 1 .J Q60 X F63 122912 C'Z'OCU B1 BOTTOM ROXV: Carolyn jane Ehrensberger, Linda Eckert, Linda Copello, Sandra Buerk, Victoria Cook, Sandra Bosnik. SECOND ROW: Margaret Auman, Judith Bush, jane Cassady, Mary Ann Eckert, Marlene Bauer, Doris Bush, Ann Dippold. THIRD ROW: jean Cashmer, Kathleen Breindel, Patricia Bankovic, Janet Clark, Judy Covac, Barbara Bauer. FOURTH ROW: David Distler, Douglas Bleggi, Carolyn Ann Ehrensberger, Constance Christoff, joseph Breindel. FIFTH ROW: Thomas Feldbauer, Ronald Auman, Carl Erich, Patrick Clark, David Cunningham. TOP ROW: Dennis Andres, Richard Bunn, Ronald Eckert, James Caskey, Samuel Chillelli, john Bobenreith, Bl Homeroom teacher, Sister Gertrude, tallies the scores of the Forensic participants. , -1014, 88 Cen frafs corrz' OITS' if ! B2 Homeroom teacher, Mrs. Mul- Xyg i I cahy, returns Algebra II test pa- ,ff ' pers to Carol Minnick, Susan Gerg, Geraldine Hauber. i B2 BOTTOM ROW: Claire Grunthaner, Kristina Grosser, JoAnn Fritz, Gail Fleischman, Kathleen Ehrensberger, Rita Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Gloria Greenthaner, Linda Herzing, Mary Jane Gerber, Joyce Grunthaner, Mary Jane Halloran, Kathy Giordano. THIRD ROW: Catherine I-Ieindl, Gail Facchine, Theresa Heigel, Judith Herzing, Helen Fleming, Christine Frank, Yvonne Erich. FOURTH ROW: Robert Gerg, David Fox, joseph Gausman, Patrick Flanagan, Richard Gahr, David Herbstritt, Lowry Harlan. FIFTH ROW: Gerald Geyer, Daniel Fritz, Thomas Heindl, Charles Harvey, David Ginther, Michael Fritz. TOP ROW: joseph Gabor, Carl Hannibal, Bryon Haberberger, Michael Gillen, Bruce Fritz, Alan Kraus, Wayne Hauber. 89 cuff yreaf C012 USIOI2 102 BOTTOM ROW: Susan Kneidel, Martha Keller, Christine jacob, jane Parson, Edna Hupfer, joan Krug. SECOND ROW: Patricia Lechner, Diane Lowe, Helen Pfeufer, Doris Olson, Katherine Hunt, Donna Leithner. THIRD ROW: Susan Landis, Suzanne Keating, Christine Mildrew, Diane Largey, Constance Meyer. FOURTH ROW: Clement Meyer, James Long, David Nedzinski, George Lynch, William Krieg, Thomas Kronewetter. FIFTH ROW: Anthony Loeffler, Paul Manning, Peter Largey, Donald Kronenwetter, Edward Lecker, James Kronenwetter. TOP ROW: john Mills, Harry Herr, Daniel Meier, Robert Minnick, joseph Keller, james Herzing, David Murray. 102 Homeroom teacher, Miss Rupprecht, setting up the projector for a Biology film. 90 zz? earl' an 122122 . 103 Homeroom teacher, Sister Mary Edward, explaining weather conditions in General Science. 103 BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Schatz, Elaine Sherry, Donna Ritter, Mary Pollick, Mary Simons, Judith Sarginger. SECOND ROW: Jean Shields, Judith Stockman, Linda Saline, Carol Saline, Karen Pollick, Linda Rollick. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Reed, Fern Ann Scull, Linda Schneider, Anita Shoup, Joan Pistner, Joan Rimer, Kathleen Rigard. FOURTH ROW: Earl Pfeufer, Luke Schaberl, Ronald Robinson, Gary Pichler, Jerome Ritter. FIFTH ROW: Joan Schloder, Patrick O'Donnell, Donald Schatz, Lawrence,Nekuza, Thomas Parapacic. TOP ROW: Briant Schatz, Bruce Schaefer, Chris Schaefer, Michael Salter, Kenneth Rimer, Daniel Sadley. 9l 5769 fesofzfef azfm eoffo C012 014122 ns. 85' Nga M, ilu -Y-A AV' W ?xf9iL. 104 BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Zaleski, Kathleen Van Alstine, Rebecca Struble, Kathryn Werner, Kathryn Wortrnan, Irene Wugm. SEC- OND ROW: Jeanne Weber, Sandra Wurm, Helen Zelt, Sandra Tahara, Anne Uhernick, Betsy Wehlerl THIRD ROW: Marjorie Vollmer, Linda Taylor, Sandra Wendel, Mary Sutka, Marcia Wendel. FOURTH ROW: Robert Wurm, john Walker, David Sorg, Robert Smith, Daniel Sterbank, Alan Wolfe, David Van Slander. FIFTH ROW: Gerard Sorg, Gilbert Stauffer, Thomas Van Slander, Peter Wfeidenboerner, Michael Wfeichman, Patrick Valentine. TOP ROW: Gary Yetzer, james Wolf, Leroy Wehler, Michael Vollmer, Roger Thompson, james XVilhelm. 104 Homeroom teacher, Sister Celeste, makes English II inter- esting for Sopho- mores. 92 Q. ff ,. , 5' fifw fw X QV ! N' au f!! l R Ii Ng A S '?N m7SUl X AX Hgefyouz' 060119 swzlny open awk . f igj1Y , ' l f Zz? 'Z 1 3 I!! 4 ? SXXfj X Q ix gqcfzbzkifes ...f-s.--v A.-5...-f X ...fs -"is fs .--..-- .-. 'nv KJDTI' ' A AM N 5 4 N, , V Lak it R 4 if -5 +I- Q xi , . A- 'is A . nm' Q .Q Q ff S 1:1 'Q' A r ' , gt' YY 1' . ,,f ' ix ,V qi M - ,E ,Nfl Q if L ' f , ,, n Q V - Y 3 F 3 Q ' ' .W ' ,-2 T555 . , , 6 - tkykl 1 5 fu-UQ. ' 4 K 5 0 5 iqiwi 5 ,1 X I fit K' 'ai I H- 4 .L E if 5, r ..61 1, r, . v 1' AL X' ff. 1 QI. k :Q e ,. i -.2 fgg ,Q ? -ii! xi S 5 . 1 ms z X A L-if ' 'QLQQS Q .Q 5. Q 1 . H gi l li ..-bi' sw. I' n o S 1 A in! Wit ' K ." 9 J - 1 Q , A.A n ' gf A :E 'A" W 5 ix'-V , ff jtf 1' 1. A r , v QL K.. ? 5 . . ,hi , ' Mlm mmf-If A gnu- 1961-1962 mm .xc 1 Nlbllllbllllibll june 16, ground was broken for new Regional High School , . . School opens . . . 580 enroll- ment . . . Six new teachers added to the faculty . . . 11:05 weekly Mass . . . junior jackets and blazers , . . Fire drills . . . Freshman I.Q. tests . . . Class pictures taken . . . U 'N I 'N Science Club tours Sylvania Plant . . . Library Conference at Steubenville, Ohio . . . Election of Class Officers ff ' .cf , -3 dj E l i d S J l , 2 0 . Teachers' Conference in Erie . . . Senior dance "Autumn Hop" . . . "Business Patrons" drive . . . Meeting of Catholic High Family Association . . . PSAT , 1 . Employment Bureau testing . . , Junior car wash . . . First Forensic Meet. Air Line training . . . Dramatic presentation, "Red Shoes" . . . Father Timothy's Golden Jubilee celebration . . . Science Club Dancer. . . High School choir sing Mass on First Friday . . . Deer season . . . Forensic Meet shared with Ridgway . . . Feast of the Immaculate Conception . .. Opening of Basketball Season ., . Betty Crocker Homemaking test . . . "How Many Miles To Bethlehem ?" Christmas Program by Dramatic members at St. Marys School Assembly Room . . . Science Club tours Sewage Disposal Plant , . . Basketball Christmas Tournament Champions .. . Christmas vacation .. . Yearbook deadline met . . . Sister Agnes, who was on Central's Faculty for 34 years, died December 28, R.I,P. 96 L!g. g. 5' Q QIIYADIIIHDII Mission Conferences at St. Marys Church . . . Junior light bulb sales . . . junior dance . . . Industrial Arts night at Public High All Saints Day . . . Forensic Meet at Bradford . . . Report Cards . . , Election of C.S.M,C. officers . . , Science Club trip to Reiss Game Reserve and Animal Park at Olean . . . Thanksgiving recess . . . Three act comedy "Rest Assured" X 4111. 2 + :K llilillilllllbll GGQI2 ofzf gf oenfs L: WIA . . N ' , 'xl' .,.,"', el- E.. .. . - .,- tlllin... ' Classes resume . . . Meeting of Family Association . . . Second Yearbook deadline met . . . "Friendly Patron" drive . . . Program "A Crazy Violet" for Father Timothy's Namesday . . . juniors order rings . . . "Hire the Handicapped" poster and essay contest . . . Semester exams . . . Basketball game win with Public High . . . St. Francis of Assissi film . . . Report Cards . . . Final Yearbook deadline . . . St. Scholastica's day free . . . Poetry Contest . . . Second game with Public . , . Pennsylvania High School Speech League at Butler and Johnstown, Forensic at Bradford. WN'm'.: X xX S 2w. Lent , . . St. Benedict's Day free . . . Aptitude test for Sophomores . . . Forensic semi-finals and finals . . . National Development test . . . Scholarship tests , . . Family Association Meeting . . . C.D.A, Poetry contest . . . National Merit Scholarship test . , . NAPS Essay contest . . . School Science Fair . . . T: ,W I , I ffW7 ffl ff ' - s, Holy Week and Easter . . . State Scholarship test . . . Fishing begins . . . juniors get rings . . . Sophomores order sweaters . . . Allegheny Mountain Science Fair at Warren . . . Annual Regional Dramatic Conference at Penn State University . . . Guidance, Testing Program, Mr. Privateer, , , , . . . l f 7 as 1-Q 1 0 r' LX ldiw Mission at Sacred Heart Church . I . Com- mercial Proficiency test . . . May Crownjng of Blessed Mother . . . Yearbooks arrive . . , Seniors take final exams . . . Family Ass'n Meeting . . . Thespian Initiation . . . Second semester coming to a close Graduation .. . Summer vacation begins . . . 7 e 30014 fo ffe Tas: THE MEMO The Memo brings to mind the many happy times we had at Central - in it we relive the mem- orable days of our high school career. The staff members below sacrificed countless hours to make this 33rd edition possible - recounting as it does, the many youthful joys with faculty and classmates here at CHS. Wfork began with the soliciting of Patrons. Soon after, the Seniors were meeting every Saturday and during free time to prepare the copy sheets. Tedious work went into this preparation. Relief was evident on every face when we met the final deadline, but the Memo of '62 compensates for all our endeavors. 1961 MEMO rated first class in the Official scoring by the Columbia Press Association -we are aiming for as good, if not a better rating this year. SEATED: Sister Benedict, Advisorg Helen Kim, Susan Schaherl, Associate Editorsg Linda Francis, Mary Brehm, Frank Grunthaner, Assistant Editors. STANDING: Gale Largey, Associate Editorg Dorothy Geitner, Picture Editorg Marlene Krug, Editor-in'Chiefg Rita Straub, Ruth Ehrensberger, Picture Editors. SEATED: Mary Ann Uljon, Lois Schreiber, Typing Editors, Patricia Fleischman, Marlene Wise, Business Editors. STAND- ING: john Loeffler, Art Editorg Bernadette XX!egemer, Sports Editor, Louise Keller, Business Editor, Williaiii Grieggs, Sports Editor. pens fo ffe gufure Amid the hustle and bustle of school life, we find the Ides staff busily preparing for the forthcom- ing issues of the school paper. With each edition, they strove for advanced recognition in the world of printers, ink and copyright. It was an exciting experience - a real education in itself. It meant hard work for the members throughout the year, but there was fun and satisfaction in meeting deadlines and visual- izing their individual journalistic accomplishments in print. The staff eagerly anticipated their yearly jaunt to St. Bonaventures University, N.Y., on the forth- coming Press Day, With the news came excited ejaculations of enthusiasm, coupled with the creative urge, to improve the future editions of the Ides. In previous years, the staff profited immensely by the var- ious clinics conducted on these occasions. Thomas Hauber, Photographerg Kathryn Bucheit, Linda Pontzer, Artistsg Gale Largey, Page Editor, Sr. Gertrude, Advisor, Sally Diehl, Jean Weliler, Frank Grunthaner, Page Editors, Mark Brendel, Circulation Editor. Reporters: SEATED, Michael Engel, Joyce Robacker, Irene Leithner, Linda Francis, Robert Schloder, Donna Fleischman. STANDING: Robert Jambro, Mary Agnes Glatt, Williain Grieggs, Judy Fritz, Nils Frey, Mary Brehm, Karen Kronen- wetter, Jerome Goetz, Ann Schaberl, James Cotter, Mary Kronenwetter, Rosemary Keim, Jean Wehler. V00 Glen Ce C312 yn? ears U 'N I 'N SCIENCE CLUB Eight new members have swelled the ranks of the U 'N I 'N Science Club since September and have given added impetus and vitality to it. On August 29, the Club Members toured the Glass Plant at Brockway, Pa., the Pennsylvania Burial Case Factory and the Drayer Greenhouses at Reynoldsville, Pa. September 21 saw them observing the construction of electric light bulbs at the local Sylvania Plant. A fund-raising dance was sponsored on Halloween night at the Youth Center and netted a nice profit. On Nov. 1, the Club Members took off by bus for Olean, N.Y., to visit the Reiss Game Preserve and Animal Park. This proved to be a very fascinating and instructive tour. A festive note was added by a Christmas Party held in the school basement on Dec. 22. Several members of the club visited the seventh and eighth grades in the three local schools to initiate interest in constructing projects for the spring School Science Fair which, this year, was held on March 17. They also kept the grade school students conscious of the annual Fair by making and displaying posters in the halls. The "point system" for attendance resulted in the trip to Olean being paid 'in full by the Club for john Zelt with the highest number of points, and half the U 'N I 'N SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS FRONT ROW: Marilyn Frey, Nancy Grotzinger, Dorothy Sain, Paula Frey, Christine Sorg-Secretary. SECOND ROW: Joan Pistner, Anita Shoup, JoAnne Zaleski, Margaret Weber, Patricia Krellner, David Hoffman, Francis Fischer-Reporter, Sister Genevieve-Club Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Patrick Clark, Williaiia Grieggs-Treasurer, Jerome Goetz, john Zelt, james Snelick, Benedict Kronen- wetter. STANDING: Carl Erich, Robert Jambro, Robert Schloder, Roger Hoffman-Vice-President, David Cunningham, Nils Frey- President, Frank Grunthaner, Stephen Dornish. price paid for the next two highest point winners, james Snelick and Wfilliam Grieggs. Points can be gained by attendance at the regular bi-weekly meetings, taking part in the planned tours, and by participating in the section- al meetings. To enable the Club Members to obtain an insight into various careers and opportunities, a number of films were rented and shown at stated intervals. Some of the fields covered were: Certified Public Accountant, Ameri- can Medical Association, Social Wfork, Airline Hostess, Funeral Director, Aid to the Blind, Epilepsy and Science, Dietetics, Handicapped Children, Buying 8: Selling a House, and the Salesman. These films presented first- hand information from accredited sources and broadened the outlook for the viewers. Speakers were invited to address the Club in fields of their interest. Sister Colette, the Lab. Technicgn from the local hospital, explained the training needed for medical technicians, Mr. Thomas Gerg threw en- lightenment on the various kinds of engineering and the type of work done by each, Dr. McGeehan clarified many points about the medical profession and especially surgery. Thus the Club is an enriching experience for its members. S759 F-11212 uaf 501312 Ce az? The "Church Street Five" amd Santa Claus supplied the entertainment :it the Science Club Christmas Party. james Snelick, accordion Gale Largey at the piano, Peter Lnrgey, gamut bellsg Robert jrxmbro, siixophoneg Thomas Hauher as Santa, Carl Brennan, trumpet and john Zelt at the drums, Part of the group enjoying the dance at the Christmas Party were XX'illinm Grieggs and Louise Keller, John Zelt :ind Martha Schatz, Rosemary Rettger and Gary Grunthuner. 759 ave .sonys 122 ffelk' earfs F1115-if ext , , " -v' 'i 'N MUSIC Under the capable direction of Mrs. Wittman, our glee club continually strives to perfect its work. This year, many new numbers, both sacred and secular, were added to its repertoire. The concert in the spring is its culmination. Mrs. Wittman also directs the singing for graduation. The school choir is a new organization this year, directed by Sister Mary Edward. The members practice Tuesdays after school, and sing for the regular First Friday student Mass, and for other occasions. The three Parish choirs enjoy singing the praises of the Lord at Holy Mass, Benediction, Holy Hour, and at other Church services. They give freely of their time for practice at least once a week. 1. SACRED HEART CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Trudy Gies, Maiorie Vollmer, Sally Diehl, Linda Saline, Christine Mildew, Helen Zelt, Sr. Roberta, O.S.B. SECOND ROW: Geraldine Hauber, Mary Kronenwetter, Barbara Bauer, Jo Ann Lenze, Mary June Wasson, Susan Kneidel. THIRD ROW: Judy Hanes, Linda Yetzer, Marie Halloran, Ann Uhernick, Charlotte Reed, Mary Ann Ryan. I02 ayer Qgfuinfs g?eQxaf1012 zlfz greg 01,5 , BOTTOM ROW: Linda Yetzer, Mary Ann Wfeidenboerner, Doris Olson, Margaret Auman, Charlotte Reed, Linda Saline. SECOND ROW: Judy Herzing, Gloria Greenthaner, Rebecca Struble, Linda Copello, Anne Ulmer. nick, Directress, Mrs. Edwin Wittman. THIRD ROW: jane Dankmyer, Rita Straub, Helen Fleming, Marjorie Vollmer, Marlene Wise, Mary Brehm. TOP ROW: Linnea Ford, Rose Ann Harlan, Judy Smeal, Aurelia Halloran, jean Wehler, Ruth Ehrensberger, Mary Anne DeLullo. 60500 650124 FIRST ROW: Mary Friedl, Susan Herzing, Sr. Mary Edward, Ruth Pfeufer, Mary Breindel, Ellen Schaut. SECOND ROW: Bar- bara Wegemer, Geraldine Hauber, Mary Kronenwetter, Ann Schlberl, Victoria Copollo, Mary Paropacic, Nadine Gorman, Carol Caskey. THIRD ROW: Karen Grotzinger, jean Wehler, Connie Auman, Linda Yetzer, Mary Ann Ryan, Sanclra Caskey, Irene Hassenetter, Mary Ann Weidenboerner. l03 acre anof GQ5s1Caf W usze ST. MARYS CHOIR BOTTOM RONW: Susan Landis, Catherine Heindl, Rebecca Struble, Mary Ann Wfeiden- boerner, SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Fritz, Gail Fleischman, Susan Herzing, Linda Cupello, TOP ROXV: Mary Simons, Katherine VC'erner, Victoria Coppola, Mr. James Bauer. QUEEN OF THE XVORLD CHOIR BOTTOM ROXW: Yvonne Erich, Gail Facchine, Carol Saline, Judy Covac, Katherine Hunt, Doris Olson, Patricia Krellner, Joan Cameroni, Diane Lowe. SECOND ROXXI: Sandra XVendel, Donna Ritter, Rosemary Keim, Diane Largey, Helen Fleming, Linda Herzing, Christine Frank, Judy XVehler. THIRD ROXV: Patricia Bankovic, Elizabeth XVehler, Nadine Gorman, Diane Frnais, Judy Herbstritt, Judy I-Ierzing, Marcia XVendel, Constance Meyer. Absent: Anne Dippold, Margaret Weber, Jean Wehler, Organist: Mrs. Melvin Sarginger. IO4 M759 yjczyis ffe jfzbyv DRAMATICS Troupe No. 658 of the National Thespian So- ciety rallied in September for a very enthusiastic and dramatic year. Being a charter member, the Troupe has two hundred and sixty full-fledged Thespians, life members, and it is affiliated with the other 2220 schools. The purpose of the first meeting was to appoint officers and to plan a perspective of events for the current year. Witlm james Klein as President, Alfred Gausman-Vice-President, Christine Sorg-Secretary, Susan Herzing-Treasurer, Robert Hoffman-Re- porter, and John Goodreau-Assistant Director, the Troupe was prepared for a successful year of Acting. The initial performance, THE RED SHOES, was presented on October 27 and 29 in recognition of Father Timothy's Golden jubilee in the Priest- hood. A well-acted and highly-praised three-act Com- edy, REST ASSURED, was staged for the public on November 26 and 27. HOXV MANY MILES TO BETHLEHEM was appropriately performed in preparation for Christmas. For presentation early in the New Year, the Senior girls chose A CRAZY VIOLET, and the junior boys a minstrel play. In April, several members of the 'Troupe attended the one-day Regional Conference at Penn- sylvania State University. The Ninth National Dra- matic Conference at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, in june, saw a number of the Troupe members in attendance. Recognition as Best Thespians this year was extended to james Klein and Robert Hoffman, and the privilege of Honor Thespians to Alfred Gausman, Christine Sorg, Susan Herzing, Victoria Coppolo, Jacqueline Minnick and john Goodreau. The Cast of HOXW MANY MILES TO BETHLEHEM Jester-Bruce Schaefer, Chorus-Charlotte Reed, Anne Lfhernick. Kathryn Wferner, Kathleen Ehrensberger, Jeanne XXfeber, Catherine Heindl. Sisters of the Shrinefjo Ann Fritz, Shirley Gausman, Barbara Bauer, Mary Simons. Adorers-Sandra Tahara, Linda Saline, Susan Landis, Mary -lane Gerber, jean Cashmer. St. joseph-Michael Glatt, Bl. Mother-Carolyn Ann Ehrensberger. Kings-David Surg, Paul Hauber, Ronald Yeager. Shepherds-Thomas VanSlander, George Lynch, David VanSlander. jjefszlsfenf yjrczbfzbe 'i' 2"O!UQffIQJ "REST ASSUREDH Robert Hoffman-Mr. Morlock, XVaync Glveixner-George Plew, jane Miles-Miss Akers, and Christine Olson-Jessica Morlmk in the three-net comedy, "REST ASSUREDT Another scene in REST ASSURED acted by Wlayne Glcixner-George Plew, Robert Hoffman-Mr. Morlock, Esther Hoffman-Mary Morlock, Christine Olson-jessica Morlock, Jacqueline Minnick-Mildred, the maid, Chris- tine Sorg-Mrs. Morlock, june Miles-Miss Akers, james Klein-Luigi Lnnconi, and Victoria Coppolo-Lucifer. ': jgezyfecf Ter orman ce Robert Hoffman-Mr. Morlock pleads his case before Alfred Gausman-Dr. Brown and Christine Sorg4 Mrs. Morlock, in the comedy, REST ASSURED. Alfred Gausinnn-Dr. Brown, Robert Hoffman-Mr. Morloclc, james Klein-Luigi Lanconi, Victoria Coppola Lucifer, and Christine Sorg-Mrs. Morlock, greatly enjoyed this scene of the comedy. Mgqcf wef your yjarf David Hoffman-Footman, Linda Yetzer-Karen, Barbara Wegemer-Princess, Geraldine Hauber-Lady-in-waiting, in an early scene of RED SHOES. The final scene of RED SHOES with Margaret XY'cber-Slinemakcr, Stephen Hillebrand-Old Soldier, and David, Surg-Executioner. Sjfefe ffe jignor zesv THESPIANS A U I W r A H lj FRONT ROW: Robert Hoffman, Alfred Gausman, James Klein, Christine Sorg, Susan Herzing, John Goodreau. SECOND ROW: Michael Glatt, Jane Miles, Jacqueline Minnick, Mary Ann Ryan, Linda Yetzer, Susan Schaberl. THIRD ROW: Wayne Gleixner, David Hoffman, John Schloder, Michael McQuone, Paul Hauber, Ronald Yeager, Benedict Kronenwetter. BACK ROW: Mary Kronenwetter, Sue Anne Feile, Gertrude Gies, Victoria Coppolo, Margaret Wfeber. FRONT ROW: Robert Hoffman-Reporter, Alfred Gausman-Vice-President, James Klein-President, Chris- tine Sorg-Secretary, Susan Herzing-Treasurer, John Goodreau, Assistant Director. SECOND ROW: Judy Herb- stritt, Mary Breindel, Patricia Krellner, Ruth Pfeufer, Christine Stebick, Mary Friedl, Deborah Henry, Beverly Saline. THIRD ROW: Joan Salter, Linda Francis, Christine Olson, Jane Danymyer, Ellen Schaut, Jane Harclerode, Esther Hoffman, Geraldine Hauber. BACK ROW: Linda Malone, Barbara Wegemer, Ann Schaberl, Joanne Schloder, Shirley Gausman, Mary Agnes Glatt. Q 7140125 0141229 G ZGIQCQ 526014 Busy hands create some of thc artificial roses and carnations. Ray Breindl contemplates his next move. The centerpiece being transformed into a reality. fo an CCj12Cfa12fe0f9ar0Q12 A thorn among roses! WW Terry Callahan and Tim Valehrine add their artistic touches The gang after a hard day of work. x ...K I The Prom servers: Tom D1 pold M1131 Lee Bauer Rlclm Krug S11ly Kneidel 1 C' ounyer fjgan !0Z'I22yZ9222Q77 Throughout the spring of 1961 the Jun- ior Class was a bee-hive of activity, as we en- visioned our one goal. To that end, many hours were spent in devoted labor and preparation for the aesthetic evening when our junior Prom . . 1 came into breathless existence. - On that evening of May 5, we gazed . E upon the Elks Ballroom which had been trans- formed into a location of memorable beauty. Junior artisans had appropriately decorated it to the theme of "Younger Than Springtime." Striking clusters of colorful flowers adorned 0 0 the walls, while sloping streamers of green and white crepe-paper accented the ceiling. A com- plementary effect was rendered by our sus- JV Q pended centerpiece, which took the final form gg!!! c i f of a beautiful flowered bell. if Q' l ' Our queen, Sally Diehl, and john Pistner, the King. On that enchanting evening, renditions of musical art were given by the Stereo's, our selected orchestra. A bouquet of red roses was presented to Sally Diehl, who together with her escort, john Pistner, reigned as King and Queen of the evening. At the hour of twelve and thirty, our Prom was concluded with the melodious strains of "Younger than Springtime." A Post Prom, sponsored by the Family Association, was then held at the CMF ballroom. Delicious refreshments were served by the juniors' mothers. Musical entertainment was initiated this year by the Central Sing-Alongs. Their appearance was a fitting Finale to a never-to-be-forgotten evening. A cheerful group of Promsters. ueen cyfffe qnye 5 .ai 3, i Mary, being crowned Queen of the May, by Rita Hnath. The annual May Crowning was held by Central High students on May 12 at Sacred Heart Church. While the choir sang Marian hymns, the procession wended its way down the church. Cross bearer and acolytes preceded crown bearer, Freshman Linda Yetzer. At- tendants Sally Kneidel and Susan Dauer, Sophomoresg Mary Crowe and Christine Valentine, juniors, Judith Feldbauer, Irene Kneidel, Maureen Schatz and Elizabeth Schloder, Seniors, followed. Preceding the statue of our Lady, carried by Seniors James Engel, Michael Kneidel, Alan Hannibal and Edward Lynch, was May Queen Rita Hnath. Prin- cipal Father Donald, accompanied by two altar boys completed the procession. The crown bearer wore a simple white dress with a pink cummerbund with a full wreath head piece of white pom-poms. The attendants wore gowns of pastel colors, half-wreath head pieces, and carried white and pink carnations. The May Queen was attired in a white tiered lace bridal gown with a white net veil and a cascade arrange- ment of flowers of white carnations. Fath- er Donald blessed the crown, and Rita, after placing her bouquet at the foot of the statue, crowned the Blessed Virgin, Queen of the May. Father Conan, assistant at Sacred Heart delivered a concise talk deal- ing with "Catholic Heritagef' "You have a Catholic education of inestimable value," said Father. "Live it! Don't just crown Mary, Queen todayf' he continued, "but make her Queen every day." The ceremony was concluded with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. BEARERS OF THE STATUE OF THE BLESSED MOTHER Michael Kneidel, Edward Lynch, Alan Hannibal, James Engel. ueen gffge my THE QUEEN AND HER COURT BOTTOM ROW: Mary Crowe, Rita Hnath, Linda Yetzer, Irene Kneidel. SECOND ROW: Sally Kneidel, Judith Feldbauer, Maureen Schatz, Elizabeth Schloder, Christine Valentine, Susan Dauer. TOP ROW: Edward Lynch, Michael Kneidel, james Engel, Alan Hannibal. Recessional 1 Orensze QSXUQQIQXS - 0122 0174060 is QQOQFS Ellen Riddle in Extemp. .111 ,W FORENSIC This year there are 58 members in the National Catholic Forensic League of Central, and of this number 10 are seniors, 9, juniors, 23, sophomores, 16, freshmen. The students in Original and Prepared Oratory, Extemp., Drama, Humor, Debate and Student Congress, have been working hard on their speeches, delivery, poise, gestures, but only 14 of this number have been able to earn certificates so far. Half of the freshmen and 3 new sophomores earned theirs. This is the first time that we are ordering 11 pink seals with the 14 member- ship certificates this year. As of this writing, 41 of the members are certificate members, that is, have earned through active participation in competition their 25 re- quired points for membership. Many of the remaining 17 will be able to join the ranks before the school season is over. The two seniors who have been active members during their sojourn at Central are ,Bernadette Wegerner and Frank Grunthaner with 292 and 281 points respec- tively. Through Forensic participation, these two are well prepared to conduct meetings according to Parlia- mentary procedure, express their opinions on world topics, and enter discussion with a great amount of persuasion for or against. We feel these are able to meet the problems encountered in Community living. 12:50 Registration time at our Forensic Meet fjfey Qsfzf earfs anof 3 an 5 1 Sister Capistran and Sister Bernardine timing for Extemp topics. jane Ehrensberger in Humor, with Christine Olson, Chair- man. Mr. Earl Bucheit judges Gale Lurgey's Extemp. speechg Donna Ritter, timer zyqzezzzce Wen fo greafer Zee 5 Wflio will be the winners this time? Sister Celeste clmlks up the scores. Serving the "inner man" - an important part of Forensic meets - the Canteen. Joan Rimer and Kathleen Breinclel serve Nils Frey and Frank Grunthaner, Sister Teresitzl, supervising. gf ..,5:'f ,J- - as -1 '. ,-4. X, m ff .R . ,. ,g-.. ml . 'V 1 1. . N .af , V, .I 1--'.. A- gy,- .1.' . -4-'L . ff ,-3 ,ff ,,, , 1,,.:,' 54, I-1 ' O p - . -Q.. , - -' - M.. A .Vs I ' Q -R 1:.g'.' .x . , 1 ' V -. b -- q . ig l l, I . I .K .M.L..,-bf. .li veg. . ,' i, , 4 . -. H, - ' ' .v -- , " V. .. .fi - . ' . - Q . '.. V .. .,. 'ff'-A N .v f ' "' ' 't H7 'Q .g Q - . ,A .' ' 2 " - . A , - - . .V q V.: in ' . -.4,, - 1 , . ' 'I' .-'. N f- M .:' ' 1-rv '-11 X- .. '- , ,, , . , , U . ,, -A ' 1' '.,'f 41'-. '- -jjw. '- 'Q' - , - -I!-.--1-' '- 11", 'Q' 4' "1 e f--A .,,e,'.,,:1:.,,- ,H z,-g-,f,--L?,.-Y 4 - 1 .4 1 ,AAN - a-- - 1- 'f M' Steve Dornisch wins n mile run in the County Meet Anchor man, Mike Cook, carries the baton. l22 Rich lkliller at the high jump, clears the bar. peeofanofcgfamzba cgpeifcgucces ,if , V ' c an rB..m.. Thomas Arnold showing vigor with the sound of a bang. Although track and field is a newly-opened door in the athletic department at Central High, it has moved progressively forward in bringing a new era of excitement and satisfaction to many sports-minded boys. Since this highly competitive sport exhibits the indivi- dual man's athletic abilities, a team victory at a track and field meet is really two-fold: the individual's suc- cess and the team's. A team victory is determined by the total number of points gathered during a meet. Points are gained by the individuals themselves according to their placing with opponents. Central's triumph at the County Meet was by far the most dramatic team victory. Competing with the Ridgway Elkers, the Johnson- burg Ramblers, and their cross-town rivals, the Public High Dutchmen, the Crusaders carried home the blue ribbons. 55:5 69 or ffe ygfze azizofffe gofof W TRACK RESULTS Central Ridgway 26.7 5 48. 5 Central Port Allegheny 30. 3 64.5 Central Smethport 54 69.66 Central Kane 72.5 98 Cfillffll johnsonburg 5 5.5 29 Central Ridgway 523 2625 Anthony Sherry, jumping hurdles CCUU211 St. Marys Public 19 4.25 County Meet Smethport Central 66-5 38' 5 Punxytawney Port Allegheny 40 5175 St. Marys Public Dubois 15 80.66 2thport y .4 Stephen Dornish, in the mile run 254 YRLEK TRACK TEAM TOP ROW: Richard McQuone, Anthony Sherry, Michael Cook, David Burfield, Charles Wolf, Kenneth Mills, Paul Farrell, Theodore Miller, Michael Kneidel, Thomas Arnold, Ronald Schneider, Coach Spizziri. BOTTOM ROW: Wfilliam Miller, David Valentine, Robert Fodge, Richard Miller, Ned Jacob, David Anderson, Richard Parson, Peter Engleberg, Stephen Dornish, Jerome Goetz, Lavern Kreckel. l23 Cenfraf Gruscz ers pusf afeaof FATHER DONALD MR. AUGUSTINE Athletic Director SPIZZIRRI Coach The Blue and Gold of 1961-62 amassed an amazing 19-4 record. While breaking the previous CHS offensive record 1492 points, they limited their opponents to 1057 points. The individual scoring record was thrice surpassed as Charles Kronenwetter first broke it with 34 points against DuBois Centralg Ken Mills, 35 against St. Leo's and Robert Simons, 38 against Johnsonburg. Among the seasonis outstanding wins were the 65-39 Carbon Bowl Championship victory over St. Marys Public, the thrilling 57-55 victory over St. Joseph's of Renovo, and the upsetting of Public in the first City Series games 46-45. The most crucial game was played at Gannon College Auditorium as the Crusaders faced Cathedral Prep for the Diocesan Class A title. Leading the Crusaders in scoring were Chuck Kronenwetter, with 347 points, Ken Mills with 286 points, and Dave Anderson with 223 points. Ken Mills' 333 rebounds led all others in this department. New opponents this year were Oil City, whom we did not play last year, and Titusville, whom we played last in 1953-54. The Junior Varsity with Mr. Robert Lupton at the helm compiled a 15-6 recordg leading the JV's scorers was John McGeehan with 195 points. The Junior High directed by Varsity Coach, Augustine Spizzirri, were victorious 4 times while losing 10. CENTRAL OPPONENTS 54 .,,i..r......... Titusville ......., ........... 5 2 49 ...,.. i....,.,, T itusville .,,,,......... ....... 5 2 67 .,........,..,.. Oil City St. Joes ..,,. ....,i.. 4 5 47 ...ii........... Oil City St. Joes ,.r.. ........ 6 1 57 ..........,..... Renovo St. Joes .,,i., ...,... 5 5 51 ......,..,,,,., Johnsonburg .....,,.,, .,...... 3 9 78 ................ Clarion I. C. ...........i..........,..... 40 70 .,....i,......,. Clearfield St. Francis ....,,...,., 47 46 .....Y........,. St. Marys Public .s,.s,.....,.,...,,. 45 89 .........,,..., DuBois Central Catholic .,.,,.,. 43 50 .i.......,.,,... Brockway .,,..,,,.,.i.s.......,r..,..,,,, 58 78 .............i.. Ridgway St. I.eo's ...., .,..... 3 5 91 ,....,.....,.... Johnsonburg ,,,,.......,..,,,.,..,,,,,,, A 75 87 .............,.. DuBois Central Catholic ,.,,,,,, 49 78 ...,..........,. Punxsutawney ..,...i..,.,,..,.r,,r,,, 27 39 .............i.. St. Marys Public ....,,,,. ...,.,,. 4 9 83 ................ Renovo St. Joes ......,...,......, .. 72 63 .............,.. Clearfield St. Francis ,.,,,,,,,,r. 56 58 , Brockway , , 53 81 Ridgway St. Leo's . , , 53 57 , N Clarion I. C. , . . 51 Ken Mills readies to shoot despite guarding opposition. 124 Gfeers Wzkzy Ouf J V CHEERLEADERS SANDY GERG MARLENE WISE CHRISTINE VALENTINE Mary Lee Bauer, Linda Yetzer, Doris Bille, Sally Diehl, Barbara XXfege-mer, Madeline Downing VARSITY CHEERLEADERS NANCY SHADD IRENE LEITHNER BERNADETTE XVEGEMER SALLY KNEIDEL l25 V ,Iv CHUCK KRONENWETTER 6' Guard fd. if eff 141150 GFS ,. TOM SMITH 5' 9" Guard ROGER HOFFMAN 6' Forward STEVE DORNISH 5' 8" Guard 1, X I-. 5- . ,, ,im M 1.-sl' 1961-62 JIM PFINGSTLER 5' 5" Guard JIM COTTER g g 5' 7" Guard -A S 7 i- VARSITY TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Spizziri, Coach Pat Geitner, jim Pfingstler, Dave Anderson Jim Cotter Roger Fritz Mike Br an T 7 7 7 y 7 Hauber, Manager. TOP ROW: Stephen Dornish, Bob Francis, Tom Smith, Walter Emmert, Roger Hoffman, Chuck Kronenwetter, Ken Mills. gufufe ruscz ers BOTTOM ROW: Donald Pfingstler, Dave Valentine, Eugene Hooper, Wayne Bauer, John Vollmer, Dave Carino, Thomas Daniels. TOP ROW: Mr. Lupton, John McGeehan, Lavern Kreckel, Ed Inge, Jihn Resch, Gary Auman, Dennis Simons, Ed Schutz. 5 Qi BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Spizziri, Coach Brian Schatz, Donald Kronenwetter, Timothy Crowe, Ted Carino, William Krieg, Thomas Paropacic, Michael Salter. SECOND ROW: Daniel Fritz, Paul Manning, Alan Wolfe, Patrick Valen- tine, Anthony Loeffler, George Lynch, Tom VanSlander, David Nedzinski. THIRD ROW: Robert Gerg, Gerrard Sorg, Gilbert Stauffer, Donald Schatz, Richard Gahr, Ambrose Krieg, Byron Haberberger, Bruce Fritz, James Vollmer. lb acfzbn Father Donald and Coach Spizzirri happily flank Chuck Kronenwetter, voted outstanding player of the tournament. All-Tournament Team: jack Sain, Publicg Chuck Kronenwetter, Centralg Leon- Tom Smith and Ken Mills battle Jack Sain for a rebound. Anderson snags rebound from Denny Cole. ard Zandy, Altoona Catholicg Dave Anderson and Mike Bryan, Central. 75659 goosf ffezf feczm VARSITY CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Gerg, Sally Diehl, Doris Bille, Mary Lee Bauer. SECOND ROW: Irene Leithner, Sally Kneidel, Barbara Wegeruier, Linda Yetzer. THIRD ROW: Bernadette Wegemer, Christine Valentine, Marlene Wise, Madeline Downing. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Lambert. Peter Engleberg, james Cotter. FIFTH ROW: james Pfingstler, Roger Fritz, Robert Francis, David Anderson. SIXTH ROW: Steven Dornish, Walter' Emmert, Thomas Arnold, Charles Kronenwetter, Anthony Sherry, Thomas Hauber, Mr. Spizziri. Smitty racks up another one. Get up there, Roger! Uomaygaf - a sporffs Ollfkf - Marilyn Frey pushes one over. VOLLEYBALL Every Monday sports- minded girls braved the elements to participate in the intramural sport, coached by Miss Alicia Reuscher. Those who were present for the first game, December 8, and who continued to come for the remaining weeks, de- serve special credit. Miss Reuscher discusses the rules with Doris Wendel and Lois Weicliman. Senior homeroom 202 heralded "congratulations" as they took first place in the finals, held February 18. Seniors 203 followed closely, with Gym 100 taking third place. Fourth, fifth and sixth places went to juniors 105, Seniors 201, and juniors 205 respectively. Sophomores and Freshmen have not completed their games as this goes to press. High scorers for Seniors and juniors were: POINTS joan Salter ,,,,,,, ,.,,,VV,, 1 7 Ellen Riddle ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,AA, 1 5 Lois Weichman ..,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 3 Judy Smith ,,,,,,11,,,, ..,,VV,, 1 0 Aurelia Halloran Mary Lou Gnan Watch it, Pat! I3I W Sayoffgffase I'1l get it! l Sophomore and Freshman captains and co-captains STANDING: Helen Zelt, Helen Pfeufer, Karen Grotzingcr, Karen Kronenwetter, Donna Ritter, Judy Covac, Mar- lene Weiclmman. 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DIST., INC. P.O. Box 346 Wholesale Peiroieum Producis and Auio Accessories HAUBER, CHARLES A., M.D. Johnsonburg Rd. Complimenfs HAUBER, EDWARD, D.D.S. 25 Erie Ave. Deniisi HAUBER INSURANCE AGENCY I25 S. Michaei SI. Hauber Insurance Agency 1510 x+5I5 1:4520 xxwx525 xxxxx550 HAYES, C. R., Dr. I23 Cenier S+. Opiomeirisf HEARY. ART 8: SONS I25 Arch S+. Furnirure S'rore HERZING, HELEN BEAUTY SHOP 346 Spruce S+. Beauiician HERZING, PHILIP C. 3I9 Maurus SI. Mears HIGGINS. JAMES P.. D.D.S. I0 Railroad Sf. Deniisi HI-WAY SERVICE STATION Rouie 255, S+. Marys, Pa. Gulf "HOFFMAN, LAWRENCE Eschbach Rd. BuiIding-RemodeIing- Siding-Roofing HOWELL, FLOYD D. I I I Washingion Sf. Public Accounring "'HOY'S RADIO SERVICE I8 Erie Ave. General EIec'l'ric Appliances 'INDUSTRIAL STEEL 81 PIPE SUPPLY CO.-294 Depof SI. New S+eeI. Copper FiH'ings, Copper Tubes, Black and Galvanized Pipe IRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP 328 Chesinui SI. Beauiy Shop 'l'IVAN'S MEN'S SHOP 2I N. S+. Marys SI. Men's Clorhing J JACK'S BARBER SHOP I00 N. SI. Marys SI. Barber Shop JACOB. LEONA T. II6 N. Sf. Marys Sf. Music Teacher JACOB'S FURNITURE STORE 99 Erie Ave. Furnifure and Carpels """JACOB, THOMAS 8: SONS 307 N. Michael S+. Confracl' Plaslering JAEGER'S STORE Main S+., Kersey, Pa. General Hardware JERSEY VALLEY MUSEUM Bucldail Trail Museum JET SUPER MARKETS. INC. S. Michael Rd. Grocery JOAN'S BEAUTY SHOP Il2 S. Michael S+. Beauiy Shop K "'KANTAR'S. INC. 4 Erie Ave. Deparlmenl Srore "'KAUFMAN'S AUTO PARTS I2I Mill Sf. "'Au+o Parls and Equipmenl 'KELLER 8: WOLFEL, INC. Washingron Rd. Texaco Disfribufors 'KERSEY BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Kersey, Pa. Building Malerials- Confracfing KERSEY MOTOR CO. Kersey, Pa. Complere Auiomobile Service """""""'KEYSTONE CARBON CO. Siaie Rd. Carbon Producfs KIDDIES SPECIALTY SHOP 24I Brussells SI. ChiIdren's Clofhing KLANCER'S RESTAURANT 229 Marlcel SI. Reslauranl KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 8: COLUMBIAN CLUB 3 Washingfon SI. KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE AUXILIARY 2I7 Parade S+. Auxiliary KNOUSE RADIO 8: APPLIANCE SERVICE ZI9 N. Michael SI. Admiral TV and Easy Washers "'KRELLNER, WILLIAM Buclrrail Trail Sign Painiing KRIEGEL'S STERLING SERVICE Johnsonburg, Pa. Gasoline KRONENWETTER. ARTHUR E. 456 Charles Sf. Insurance , 'Ugg 15 I 0 115 I 5 111520 1111525 11111550 KRONENWETTER'S DRESS SHOP I2I S. Michael SI. Ladies' Ready-'Io-Wear L LARCH MONT FARM KENNELS Kersey, Pa. Phone: TU 5-6036 or TE 4-3304 Puppies-AKC all Breeds, Boarding 'LECKER, ALBERT S. Michael Rd. Healing and Plumbing LECKER, JAMES H. IO6 Lynch Sf. Plaslering "'LEITHNER,AUTO SERVICE I57If2 Marla SI. General Aulo Repairing LESSER 8: LESSER Brussells Sf. Jewelers LEWIS POTTERY 81 CHINA CO Million Dollar Highway Po'Hery-China-Aquarium Supplies LEUSCHEL'S MARKET 627 Curry Ave. Groceries LION, EDWIN J. 8 Railroad S+. Shoes 'LOCAL 502. IUE-AFL-CIO I06 S. Michael Sf. Labor Union LOU IE'S INN Johnsonburg Rd. Tavern I39 LUNGER'S GROCERY Schissle S+. Groceries "LYNCH, JOHN J. I5I N. Michael S+. Funeral Home LYNCH. JOSEPH W. 203 Washingfon SI. Funeral Home 'LYNN-CLARE FLOWER SHOP 4I Erie Ave. Flowers M MALONE, J. J. Kersey, Pa. Beverage Dislribufor MARCONI, JOHN, JR. Joseph Rd., R. D. No. I, Bricks, Sand, Coal, Blocks, Cemenl MARKLEY, THERESA 5I Erie Ave. Beauly Shop 'l'McDONALD BROS. 8: JOSTEN'S 920 Invesfmenl Bldg. Pillsburgh, Pa., CO I-I I96 Class Rings, Announcemenis. Cards, Diplomas TMCGEEHAN, JOHN T., M.D. 728 Maurus Sl. Complimenls McKENZlE TIRE SERVICE 225 MarIre'I S+. Tires, Ba'Heries, Tubes MILLER'S HARDWARE 20-26 N. Michael SI. Hardware MODERN DAIRY Sfale SI. Milk MOONWINK INN Million Dollar Highway Inn MOOSE. LOYAL ORDER OF, NO. I46 30 Erie Ave. Fralernal Club MORELLI, DR. A.A. Medical Ar'Is Building Fool Specialisl' 'MULLENDEAN HOTEL 4I Erie Ave. Holel MURONE'S MUSIC STORE 30 Erie Ave. Radio and TV MURPHY. G. C. 81 CO. I9 Erie Ave. Refail Sfore N NACHTWAY'S DECORATING Johnsonburg Rd. Inferior and Exierior Painling, Dufch Boy Painf. NADINE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Corner of Easl Mill and Walnul Sfreels Beaufy Shop """"NATIONAL MOLDED PRODUCTS. INC. """"'McMARTIN, MR. 8: MRS. JOHN D. 40-42 S. Sf. Marys SI. Complimenls Complimenis l40 15 I 0 115 I 5 111520 1111525 11111550 NEUBERT'S MARKET 305 Erie Ave. Meals and Groceries NEW SHAWMUT MINING CO. Nafional Bank Bldg. Biluminous Coal NICKLAS LAUREL RUN TEXACO SERVICE Roule 255, R. D. I Gas Line, Diesel Oil No. 2 O OXLEY'S FLYING-A-SERVICE Johnsonburg Rd. Gas, Oil, Lawn and Garden Equipmenl' P PAULINE'S BEAUTY SHOP 357 N. Sf. Marys Rd. Beaulician PEACOCK COFFEE SHOP S. S+. Marys Boulevard Resfauranl PENNSHIRE CLOTHES, INC. Million Dollar Highway Men's Clolhing-Faclory Io You "'PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 621 Maurus SI. Pepsi-Cola and Crysfal Beverages PETE'S BARBER SHOP 2I5 S. Michael S+. Barber Shop PFAFF'S MARKET I37 Allanlic Sl. Meals and Groceries PICI'lLER'S GARAGE Main S+., Kersey, Pa. Aulo Repairs and Body Work PISTNER AUTO SHOP S. Sl. Marys Rd. Au'Io Repair PISTNER, ALVIN J. 81 SONS Million Dollar Highway Used Cars PISTNER'S SERVICE STATION Cor. Mill and SI. Marys S+. Aulomobile Service PITZER, WILLIAM E., DR. l88 Cenler Sl. Chiropraclor PONTZER, ANDREW J., DR., D.D.S. 202 Cheslnul' S'I'. Denlisl """'POWDER METAL PRODUCTS. INC. Washingron Rd. Mfg. Powder Melal Bearings, Bushings PRICE, J.E. 237 Brussells Sf. Jeweler 'PROTECTIVE FRATERNAL LEAGUE 2I4 Cheslnul S+. Club """PURE CARBON CO., INC. 44l Hall Ave. Mfg. of Carbon-Graphile lor Mechanical Applicalions and Carbon Brushes for Induslry O 'QUALITY COMPONENTS, INC. P.O. Box I I3 TV Componenls QUATROCHE VENDING CO. I23 Race Slreel' Cigar Vending R RADAELLI TV 4I4 Depol' Sl. TV Sales and Service REED'S BARBER SHOP 200 Markel' Sl. Barber RESCH, PAUL A. 3I I N. SI. Marys SI. Your Prudenlial Agenl 'RIDGWAY STEEL FABRICATORS Grand Rd., Ridgway, Pa. Welded Producls RITA LEE DRESS SHOPPE 2l5 Brussells Sl. Ladies' Ready-lo-Wear RITTER. MRS. FRED 4I6 Cenfer S+. Piano Teacher 'RIVERSIDE PARKWAY MARKET N. Sl. Marys Rd. Super Markel' ROLLICK'S ICE CREAM BAR 207 Brussells Sf. Good Food+Good Service RUPPRECHT PAINT STORE 432 Maple SI. Painl' Sfore +510 mrs I 5 8111820 :kwa-525 :k:kwk:k:ks50 S ST. MARYS AUTO BODY SERVICE Eschbach R. D. No. 2 Aulo Body Repair and Refinish ST. MARYS BOX CO. S. S+. Marys Sf. Mfg. Paper Producls i"""'ST. MARYS CARBON CO. Slale Rd. Carbon 8: Powdered Melal Producls ST. MARYS DAIRY N. S+. Marys SI. Dairy Producls ST. MARYS DRUG STORE 4 Railroad SI. Drugs ST. MARYS GIFT 8: ART 28 Railroad SI. Gill 8: Cosmelic Shop ST. MARYS HOME 81 AUTO SUPPLY I4 Railroad S+. Fireslcne "'ST. MARYS INSURANCE AGENCY Farmers and Merchanls Bank Bldg. Insurance ST. MARYS MOTEL Million Dollar Highway Molel ST MARYS NATIONAL BANK IO N. Michael SI. Banking ST. MARYS PRECISION HOMES, INC. Slale Rd. Mfq. of Secfionalized Homes I4l "'ST. MARYS SAVING 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION 20l Brussells S+. A Monfhly Saving Plan "'ST. MARYS SOCIAL CLUB Church S+. 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Brewery SUBURBAN BUILDING CENTER, INC. Johnsonburg Rd. Buiiding Supplies SU RRA TELEVISION Kersey, Pa. TV Sales and Service SURPLUS OUTLET STORES SI. Marys, Pa. and DuBois, Pa. Surplus SWANSON BROTHERS Kersey, Pa. Complimenfs 'SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC. Washingfon Rd. Incandesceni' Lamps T 'THOMSON 3: MONTGOMERY Theresia Sf. Transi'I' Mixed Concrefe TOWN HOUSE HOMOTEL I38 Cenfer SI. Hoiel TROHA TAVERN 424 Depoi SI. Besi' Draughf Beer in Town and Lighi' Lunches TWIN SPRINGS MiIIion Dollar Highway Service Sfafion U UNION BARBERS Complimenis 'UNITED NATURAL GAS CO. Complimenrs Io 'Ihe Class of I962 V VALENTINE'S FURNITURE 33 S. S+. Marys S+. Re'raiI Furnifure VOLLMER REFRIGERATION 335 N. Michaei Sf. Refrigeraiion and Air Condifioning W WALKER. BETTY, BEAUTY SHOP 420 Parade Sf. Beauiy Shoppe WEGEMER, C. W. 32 RaiIroad S+. Nafionwide Insurance WEIS, C. M. 30I Brussells S+. Plumbing and Hardware and Heafing 'WEST END TEXACO 62I Maurus SI. Texaco WILLIAMSON, HAROLD R. 30I Granf S+. 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' 'ax' .. , iK,.,5.,.-,-. .,k. p ,rwg ' 570512 0ZUk10ryQ122QI2f As Memo goes to press for another year we would like to express our appreciation for what our school has done for us through its administration and instructors. The Staff acknowledges with thanks the people who made this annual possible-our faithful advisors, our ever patient photographer, our cooperative faculty and students, our gracious patrons and all our friends who have been directly or indirectly responsible for this edition of the Memo. The Staff I49 VU Jzofzzre QJQQQX fo Szaculy csfuogfzfs, Oryazzziabbns Activity , ,,.,,, , 93 Administration ,, , , , , 7 Archabbot, Dennis Strittmater, O.S.B. 10 Anderson, David ,, , 50, 78, 79, 119, 123,127,129, 130, 142, 145 Andres, Dennis ,. , ,,., , 88 Arnold, Thomas , .27, 29, 60, 70, 110,111,122,123,130 Athletics ,,,,r, , rrr. 119 Auman, Constance . , ,, 83, 103 Auman, Gary , , ,83, 128 Auman, Margaret , 64, 88, 103 Auman, Ronald , , , , 88 Azzato, joseph 80 84 Bagley, Stephen . , Bankovic, Patricia ,, . ,,,,88, 104 Bauer, Barbara , 88, 102, 105, 135 Bauer, Gary, ,. .,,. , 77, 92 Bauer, Mark , c......, 81 Bauer, Marlene , ,, ,,,, ,r,,, , 88 Bauer, Mary Lee 84, 112, 118, 125, 130 Bauer, Wayne ,,,, 14, 85, 128 Baumer, Carolyn , 4, 17, 29, 35, 111 Becker, Gerald ,, ,73, se Benedict, O.S.B., Sr. M. , , ., 13, 98, 146 Benedictine Fathers ,, ,, ,, ,, 21 Bernadette, O.S.B., Sr. M. ., ,, ...14, 20,67,141 Bernadine, O.S.B., Sr. M. . ,, 14, 71, 85, 117 Bertrand, O.S.B., Rev. Father, ,,,, 4, 14, 21 Biue,lD0fm . , .,., 85, 125, 130 Bille, Paul , , . ,,,, ,, , 83 Biology . . , 61 I50 Bleggi, Douglas ...,,,, Blessel, Marilyn .,,,,, Bobenrieth, John .,,,,,, Bobenrieth, Joseph Bobenrieth, Patricia Bobenrieth, Wayne Bologna, Joseph , 88 ,,,,sz , ,..,, 86 ,,,,ss Bosnick, Sandra , ,.,, , Boushell, Marilee ,, ,, Braun, Francis , Brehm, Louise , , 84 ,,,,..,80 88 83 144 ,mW,8L ,HMHWUUMHS3 Brehm, Mary , ,, .,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 29, 54, 98, 99, 103, 111, 133 Breindel, joseph ,.,,,,,,,,,...,,,,...,., 58 Breindel, Kathleen . ,,,,,... 88, 118 Breindel, Mary ,,,,,,, ,,,.,, 8 4, 103, 109 Breindel, Raymond , 26, 29, 110 111 Brendel, Benedict .,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , 85 Brendel, Mark ,.,.,,,, 27, 29, 99, 111, 135 Brennan, Carl ,, ,,,,, 4, 29, 40, 46, 60, 101, 111, 145 Brennan, Darlene .,,,.,,, 27, 29, 56, 71 Bryan, Michael ,.,,.,,, 90, 119, 127, 129 56, so Bucheit, Donna ,, ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, ., Bucheit, Kathyrn ,,,,,, Bucheit, William ,, Bucheit, james ,,,.,, Buerk, Sandra ..,... Bulger, Mr. Homer Bunn, Richard . . Burgess, james .. ,, Bush, Doris ,,,,,,, Bush, Judith ,,,,, Calendar .,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Callahan,,Edward Cameroni, -Ioan , , , ,,,, 85,99 ,, .,,, 26, 29, 113 -..14, 53, 75, 139 ,,,,,, ss , ,..,, 80,110 ,,,,, ss ,,,.ss 2,m,,,9Q 97 .HUMH26,30,111, 112,146 ,,t,,s6,104 Capistran, O.S.B., Sr. M. .,........,...., 14, 50, 67, 79, 117 Carino, David ,,,..., ,,,,.,,,,,, 8 6, 128 Cashmer, jean . ,,,, ,,,, 8 8, 105, 135 Caskey, Carol .. ,,,,,,,. 83, 103 Caskey, Kathleen ,,,,.. ,,,,,,, 8 1, 133 Caskey, James ..,,,, .,,,,,,..... 8 8 Caskey, Robert ..... ,....,.,,.,,.,, 7 3, 83 Caskey, Sandra ,.....,..... 51, 84, 103 Cassady, Jane ,,,,,,...., ...,,,,,.,.,,,.,,., 8 8 Catalone, Elizabeth ........,.,.....,.,...., 79 Catalone, Mary Lee .,,,,,,, 27, 30, 31, 52, 66 Celeste, O.S.B., Sr. M. .,.....,,,,, 15, 92, 118 Celestine, O.S.B., Sr. M. .,,, ,,,,..., . ,15, 51 Cheatle, Carol ,,,,,,......,..,,. 26, 30, 67 Cheatle, jean ,,,,. .,..,,,,,...,,. 8 0 Cheatle, Robert .,,..,,,. .,,,,,,,, 8 4 Cheatle, Thomas E. .,,, ...,,..., 7 9 Cheerleaders .,,.....,.,., ,,.,,.. 1 2.5 Chemistry ..,,.,,,. ........,,......., 6 2 Chillelli, Marie ...., .....,, 2 6, 30, 52, 66, 96 Chillelli, Samuel .,...,..,.......,....,.,,,,. 88 Choirs -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 102, 103, 104 Christoff, Constance .................,...,-. 88 Clark, janet ......,.,.,...... ,...-.,,-,-- 8 8 Clark, Patrick ,,,,,,, .........,.,. 8 8, 100 Class officers .,...,.,,,,,.., 28, 78, 82, 87 Claudia, O.S.B., Sr. M. ,, ,,,,, 15, 64, 65, 84, 146 Commercial ............,,.........,.,,,- 66, 67 Conan, O.S.B., Rev. Father .,.......... 15, 21 Contents ......,,.... ---- 6 Cook, Patricia Cook, Victoria ..,.,, Copella, Janice ,, Copella, Linda ,,,,,., 81 ,aaaH88,103, 104 104 Coppolo, Victoria ......,. 79, 103, 106, 107, 109, 132, 133 Cornelio, Carmella .,,,.,,.,..,,,..... 30, 52 Cotter, James ,.,,..V 26, 50, 99, 110, 111, 112, 115, 127, 130 Covac, Joseph .,..,,.,.,,..,,,,,...V,--,, 85 Covac, Judy .,,,,, ,,.,, 6 4, 88, 104, 152 Crowe, Mary .,,,r ..4, 17, 27, 30, 110, 111, 115 Crusaders ..,,, . ,.,,,., , 9 124 C.S.M.C. . ..,.,,,,, -50 Cunningham, Carol ., ,, ,, ., 86 Cunningham, David .. . , 88, 100 Eckert, Ronald .,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 88 Edward, O.S.B., Sr. M. . 16, 61. 91, 105 Ehrensberger, Carolyn Ann . . ,,,, 65, 88, 105, 132 Ehrensberger, Carolyn Jane .. ,,...., 88 Ehrensberger, George ..,,,,,,,..,,,,,,., 8 3 Ehrensberger, Jane ,,.,.,,,,,,,,r, 84, 117 Ehrensberger, Kathleen ,....,,, 89, 105, 155 Ehrensberger, Ruth .,,,,,. 26, 31, 98, 105 Elston, Walter Emmert, Georgia Emmett, Walter . ,... ., Engel, Doris .,,,,,,.. Engel, Michael . .,.. , Engelberg, Peter ..,.,,.,,,., English ..,..... Daniels, Thomas . 80, 86, 116, 128 Dankmeyer, Jane .,,,,,. 27, 30, 55, 86, 103, 109, 113, 116, 133 Dauer, Susan ..,,, .-78, 80, 115 Davis, Catherine 1 ,,.,,,.,, 85 DeLullo, Mary . .. . 26, 51, 50, 105, 111 Detsch, John .. ,.., .. .. MW4, 51 Diehl, Sally .,., .. 84, 99, 102, 115, 125, 130 Dinsmore, Karen ., .,,,,,. , ..,,1. .81 Dippold, Anne . .. . 64, 88, 140 Dippold, John .. ,. 2.81 Dippold, Thomas .. . 86, 112 Distler, David . ,..,....... 1 ......f,---. -933 Distler, Nancy . . 31, 52, 66, 95, 96,110,111 Donachy, Paul . .. ,..,, 60, 79, 155 Donahue, Nancy . , . ,..,, .85 Donahue, Patricia ,,,,1 ,,..,,,, . .17, 26, 31, 50 Donald, O.S.B., Rev. Father . ...... 7, 8,12,22,23,97,124,129 Dornish, Stephen .. ......,. 4, 31, 63, 95, 100,120,123,126,127,150,147 Dornish, Mr. Bernard ...... 15, 20, 112 7Q 7L Dostal, Mr. Robert .. ....... 16, 68, 76 Downing, Madeline ...... 86, 125, 150 Dramatics ., ....... 105, 106, 107, 108, 109 Eckert, Gary ...... ....... 6 0, 68, 76, 80 Eckert, Linda ,....,,.,. .,,,,,,..,,,....,,. 8 8 Eckert, Mary Ann .. 88 Erich, Erich Erich, Erich Erich Erich 7 Carl .,,..., Donald ......, Gayle ....,, Ruth ....., Vern .,.,,, Wayne ...., . . ,... 4, 84, 93 81,127,13Q 147 179, 86, 116 W.56,79,99, 144 32, 123, 130, 141 .1.c2M155 .uHUH88, 100 .E26,32,71 11.,1,2, 86 222. 85 1.12 92 .. ........,. 85 Fleischman, Donna Fleischman, Gail . Fleischman, Patricia Fleming, Gary .,,... Fleming, Helen Fleming, Linda ...,. 1Hn1Uuunv.86,99 1211. 64, 89, 104 27, 32, 98, 151 H, ..... 89, 103, 104 MH1UVVH27,32,35 Ford, Linnea ...., 126, 33, 43, 103, 111,115 Forensic .,.. ........ 1 16, 117, 118 Foreword .............. .. 6 Fox, David ., ,.... . .... .89 Fox, James ...,..... ., ............ .. 84 Francis, Charlotte .,........................ 83 Francis, Diane ....., 284, 104, 140 Francis, Grace ,.... .,.,.. 85, 117 Francis, Linda ....,........... 27, 33, 98, 109,110,111 Francis, Robert ........,....... 50, 62, 80, . 127,150 Frank, Christine ....... ........ 8 9, 104 Erich, Yvonne ,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 89, 104 Evangelist, O.S.B., Sr. M. .... ...... 1 6, 57,81 Facchine, Gail ..,.,.. ..... 8 9, 104, 116 Faculty ................. .. ..... 12 Family Association ...,. ...,.,, 2 2, 23 Feile, Sue Ann . . 20, 73, 77, 85, 109, 141 Feldbauer, Ronald ,.,,,, . ......,. 52, 60 Feldbauer, Sandra ..... . . ...... 84 Feldbauer,' Thomas , 1 88 Fernan, William -..... .. . .... .. 86 Fischer, Francis . . .. 81, 100 Fischer, Sandra . .... ., ...... . 80 .HHUnHHWHHH.32 SL 135 Fischer, Sara .,,. Fitch, Irene ........,.....,..... 74, 89 Flanagan, Patrick .....,.... .,... Flavian, O.S.B., Rev. Father .. ....,.... 11 Fledderman, William .,...,.,..,... 83, 93 Frey, Donna ..,,.,. .. ....... 86 Frey, Jeanne ...... ..........,.. 3 3, 67 Frey, Marilyn .,.....,,.....,. 79, 100, 131 Frey, Nils . ..,....,.,... 27, 33, 44, 99, 100,118,157,158 Frey, Paula ..........,,....... 83, 100, 114 Friedl, Mary ..,.,... 84, 105, 109, 141 Fritz, Bruce ,,.,. .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 8 9, 128 Fritz, Daniel ..,,. .,..,,,,, 8 9, 128 Fritz, Miss Ida ....,,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 16, 58 Fritz, JoAnn L. f9thj ........ 89, 104, 105,152 Fritz, Joann M. Qllthj ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 80 Fritz, John .....,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 85 Fritz, Judith ,. .,... .. ...... 73, 81, 99 Fritz, Karen ...,,.,. . ,,,,, 33, 111 Fritz, Michael ,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ,,., 8 7, 89 Fritz, Roger ..,......... 73, 81, 127, 130 Gabler, David ...,........ 27, 33, 60, 110 Gabler, John .,.,.... Gabler, Michael .,.... Gabor, Joseph Gahr, Richard ,....,,. .m..3a 40 1.1.1 89 .. ,.... 89, 128 Garner, Raymond ......,....,..... .60, 80 Gausman, Alfred ........ 81, 107, 109 l5l Gausman, Joseph .1 .. ,, w ..,, ,., ..7,, 8 9 Gausman, Shirley .. . ..,, 77, 85, 105, 109, 141 Geitner, Dorothy ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.. 33, 43, 48, 52, 66, 67, 73, 79, 98, 110, 111 Geitner, Patrick ,,,,,, 111179, 127 Genevieve, O.S.B., Sr. M. .1 11 ....,. . 116, 54,100 Gerber, Floyd 11 26, 28, 34, 44, ' 60, 135, 138, 142 Gerber, Joann .... .,..,, .,,,,,, ,...,,,.,.,,, 8 6 Gerber, Mary Jane 1 1 89, 105, 135 Gerber, Richard ,,.. ,,,. Gerber, Wfayne 1 11 Gerg, Robert1 1 1 Gerg, Sandra 1 1 Gerg, Susan 1 1 German 1 1..,,. .,,. 1 Gertrude, O.S.B., S Geyer, Gerald .,,,. Gies, Gertrude 1 1. Gillen, Michael .1 Ginther, David 11 11 1 Giordano, Katherine 1 Giordano, Paul 111111,11111 .1 111111 84 1 1189,128 59, 79, 125, 130 .1 11183, 89 r. M. 1 1.111111.1111. 17 55, 88, 99 20, 73, 77, 84, 102, 109, 136 . 1111.11.11 1 89 11 189 1 11 89 1 ..11 85,128 Glatt, Mary Agnes 1. ..1111. 17, 27, 34, 46,99,109,111,131,132,133 Glatt, Michael 1 .111 86, 105, 109, 141 Gleixner, Wayne 1 111.111. 83, 106, 109, 140 Gnan, Mary 1 1 1180, 133, 136 Goetz, Jerome 1111. 34, 36, 99, 100, 123, 141 Goetz, Paul 1 11..1 1 84 Goodreau, John .1111 14, 60, 109 Gorman, Alene 1 111111.1 17, 20, 26, 34, 67 Gorman, Nadine .1 73, 77, 85, 103, 104 Gosser, Robert 1111111. 11 173, 86, 92 Greenthaner, Gloria 11.11111., 11111 8 9, 103 Gregory, O.S.B., Rev. Father 11111111 11 Grieggs, William 111.11111111 27, 34, 36, 63, 98, Grosser, Kristina 1 Grotzinger, Karen 1 11186, 103, I52 99, 100, 111, 139 111111 111111.111. 1 189 132, 136 Grotzinger, Nancy 11111111 49, 62, 81, 95, 100 Grunthaner, Claire Grunthaner, Frank 111..1.1.... 25, 26, 34, 46,98,99,100,111,118 Grunthaner, Gary 26, 34, 60, 71, 110,111,143 Grunthaner, Joyce .11111111111...1 65, 84, 89 Gutowski, Veronica 11.111..1111...1 56, 79 Haberberger, Byron 1111111...11.... 89, 128 Haberberger, Linda 11111.157, 83, 97 Hacherl, Sarah 11111...111.11.....1111.1..1..11 80 Halloran, Aurelia .1.1....1..1 34, 35, 103, 110,112,131,133 Halloran, James 111111111111..1.1.1..11..1...111 80 Halloran, Marie 11..11.1.11.111..111 84, 102 Halloran, Mary Jane 1111 .11..1.11... 8 9 Hammer, Mr. E. 11111 ..1..11...1. 1 1 Hanes, Judy 1111.1.1111111 .1.11.. 8 5, 102 Hannibal, Carl 111.1.111..111.11.1.111.1.1.1111 89 Hannibal, Rose ..1111.. 27, 35, 52, 96 Harclerode, Jane 11..11111111..11 27, 35, 54, 109 Harlan, Lawrey 1111.11111 .11111,1111 8 9, 140 Harlan, Rose Ann 111111.11.11 26, 35. 43, 103 Harvey, Charles 1..111. 1..111111..1. 1111 8 9 Hassenetter, Irene 111111111111 73, 86, 103 Hauber, Geraldine 11.1.1111.11 57, 83, 89, 97,102,103,108,109 Hauber, Paul 1111.11. 57, 73, 83, 105, 109, 136, 141 Hauber Thomas 11111.11 27, 35, 46, 60, 93, 95, 99, 101, 111, 127, 130, 136, 145 Hauber, Wfayne 111111 1 89 Heigel, Theresa 1.11111 1111.111 1111.11 1.11 8 9 Heindl, Mary 11.1 87, 89, 104, 105 Heindl, Sandra .1111 1111111 7 4, 81, 135 Heindl, Thomas 11111 11111111.111 1 89 Helsey, Eleanor .111. Henry, Deborah 111. 111118,26,35 fHHq51,84,109 1111111189 Herbstritt, David 11.11 Herbstritt, Dennis 1.1111. 111.1111,1111 8 1 Herbstritt, Eilleen 1.1111.1.11.1111111 26, 35 Herbstritt, Judy 111.11111.11 85, 104, 109 Herbstritt, Lorraine 11,111.1111 26, 36, 66 Herbstritt, Thomas 11.11184 Herr, Harry ...1.1....1,.. .1...., 9 0, 93 Herzing, David ....1 .11,....111,,,. 7 9 Herzing, Linda 111.1111.11111..1.11,11. 89, 104 Herzing, James .1......111.....111,111. 53, 90 Herzing, Judith ...11111 73, 89, 103, 104 Herzing, Susan .1...11 ..111 5 6, 79, 103, 104,109 Herzing, Victoria .1 111.... 51, 86 Hillebrand, Joseph 1 11.....11....1 49, 80 Hillebrand, Stephen 1.1..111 85, 108, 141 Hoffman, David 1..111.11... 85, 100, 108, 109 Hoffman, Esther ....1.1..11. 14, 83, 106, 109, 136 Hoffman, Rita 111.. 1 11111..111.,...11.,... 89 Hoffman, Robert 11111 70, 81, 106, Hogfman, Roger ...1..1111 ' 111 Homemakin g 111.11111 Honor Roll ..11111111 Hooper, Eugene Hooper, Thomas .1 Huddock, Joseph 1.11.. Huggler, Shirley 1. Hunt, Katherine 1111 Hupfer, Edna .1.11 Ides ..11111..... Inge, Edwin .11.1. 107, 109 14,27,36,100, 126 122 130 64, 65 1111111111173 11119, 86, 128 1111111111136 111183, 92 111151, 84 1111190, 104, 90 NNuu19,84,128 Jacob, Carla 1.1.111. .......1. 8 O, 114 Jacob, Christine 1..1111.1..111111. 190 Jacob, Jean .1 1..1...111.11111.111. 73, 85, 114 Jacob, Mary Ann .11.1111 26, 36, 52, 56, 96, 147 Jambro, Robert ....1.111111 36, 46, 63, 72, 99, 100, 101, 111, 145 Junior Prom 111111.. 110, 111, 112, 113 J. V.'s .11..1...1 1...11.111.11......111..1...1.. 1 28 Keating, Suzanne ..1.11 65, 73, 84, 90 Keim, RoseMary ........1... 86, 99, 104 Keller. Carol 1111....1..1 26, 36, 52, 54, 66, 93, 96 Keller, Joseph , f 90 Keller, Louise , 27, 37, 54, 98 Keller, Martha . , W H 90 Keller, Thomas 79 Kerner, Constance , , , ., . 83 Kieran, O.S.B., Rev. Father . 21 Kim, Helen , , ,,26, 37, 46, 98, 110,111,132,133 Klein, James , ., 80, 106, 107, 109 Kneidel, Lavern . .. f 2 81 Kneidel, Sally , 59, 81, 97, 112 115,125,130 Kneidel, Susan , , , ,,,, 90, 102 Knight, William ,,,, ., 85, 92 Koch, Jacqueline , ,26, 37, 49, 62, 94, 111 Kraus, Alan ., 89 Largey, Diane ,,,., .73, 90, 104 Largey, Gale 26, 37, 46, 50, 86, 98,99,101,111,116,118,142 Largey, Peter ,,,V, H ,73, 90, 101 Kraus, Karen n,, H ,.,,.,,, HW. .79 Kreckel, Lavern , . .,,, ,79, 123, 128 136, 144 Krellner, Mr. Benjamin .,,,,,,,. ,,,, 1 1 Krellner, Patricia ..... ,,.. 7 3, 84, 100, 104, 109 Krellner, Theodore . .26, 37, 11 Krieg, William H .,.... , 73, 90 Kronenwetter, Benedict 80, 100, 109 Kronenwetter, Charles . ,. , 26, 37, 63, 126, 127, 129, 130, 143, 145 Kronenwetter, Claude , 86, 93 Kronenwetter, Donald . , . 90, 128 Kronenwetter, James A. H ,, 90 Kronenwetter, James D. , , 61, 83 Kronenwetter, John , . 26, 37, 135 Kronenwetter, Karen, , . , 73, 77, 85, 99, 132 Kronenwetter, Mary , , 77, 86, 99, 102,103,109 Kronenwetter, Thomas . , , ,. 90 Krug, Elizabeth . H , , . 73, 80 Krug, George , . . . 84 Krug, Joan . , .,.,..,.,.,,,,,, 90, 132 Krug, Marlene , 17, 25, 27, 37, 73,98,110,111 Krug, Richard . ,....,. ,73, 81, 11 Lambert, Thomas ....... , 85, 150 Landis, Susan . , 65, 73, 90, 104,105 Latin .,......., ..,...., f .,,,- , ,,,.,, 1 57 Lechner, Barbara ..,...,,..,..,. 73, 77, 83 Lechner, Patricia ...,. ,.,... ,.-,,.,, 9 0 Lecker, Antoinette ,...............,,.,... 81 Lecker, Arlita .....,...... 26, 38, 39, 52, 55 Lecker, David ,..... ,...,,.,-, 3 6 Lecker, Edward .,.... ..,,.. .. 90 Lecker, Joseph ,...... ,..,. 77, 92 Lecker, Lawrence ....,...,.,...,, 4, 74, 83 Lecker, Mildred .,....,, 27, 38, 52, 56, 66, 94, 111 Lecker, Rita Mae ...... ...,... 8 4, 132 Leithner, Donna ...........,,....,,,,...., 90 Leithner, Irene ....1.. 26, 28, 32, 38, 93,99,111,113,125,130,141 Lenze, Daniel .,...,...,......,,.,.,. ..,... S 4 Lenze, Joann ..,,, Library .,....,,, Lion, Charles . ,....., , Loeffler, Anthony 1 - -- - 90, M11 85,102 . 54 .1 , ,,,75, 79 128 Loeffler, John ....., 26, 36, 38, 54, 71,98,110,111 Long, James , ,, ,. Lowe, Diane H , , . .. 90, 104 Lupton, Mr. Robert , . 17, 72, 128,140 Lynch, George ,, .,90, 96, 105, 128 Mahoney, Patricia . 51, 86 Mallison, Mr. James 17, 65, 112 Malone, Linda , . . 83, 109 Manning, Paul ,. ,, ,, . 90, 128 Martha, O.S.B., Sr. M. 1 17, 57, 83 Martin, O.S.B., Rev. Father 21 Mathematics ., ...,..,...,,1-- f-'f-- - 71, 72 May Crowning .,.,, 114, 115 McCamey, Robert , , McGeehan, John . . ,.,,.., . 38 , ,, 4,128 McGill, John .,.....,. ,. 1 , 83 McQuone, Michael . 82, 86, 109, 114, 136 Mechanical Drawing .,,,,,.. . .70 Meier, Daniel , ., ..,,73 90 Memo , ,,,.,, ., . , 98 Meyer, Clement ,.,. 90 Meyer, Constance 73, 90, 104 Meyer, Geraldine . ,. , .79 Meyer, Lawrence , ,... 83 Meyer, Paul .. ,, ,, 84 Mildrew, Christine 65, 90, 102 Miles, Jane ..,......,..,..... 80, 106, 109 Miller, Richard ..,.. ,...1,. 6 2, 80, 97, 122,123 Miller, William .,... . 60, 81, 111, 123, 138 Mills, James .,...,........,.......,.,, ,. ,. 85 Mills, Kenneth .,..,..., ..,,. 5 6, 79, 119 123,124,127,129,143,145 Mills, John .,,,.,,,,.....,,...,. ,1,.,., . 90 Minnich, Carol ..,,,, 73, 84, 89 Minnich, David ....,. ,.,,. ,,... , , . 86 Minnich, Jaqueline .,,,,,,, 81, 106, 109 Minnich, Robert ,, 90, 140 Mohr, Susan .....,,,.,. 26, 32, 38, 110, 111, 133 Muhitch, Fredick .,..........,., 53, 70, 83 Mulcahy, Mrs. William ,. .... 17, 20, 72,89,112,114 Murray, David .,,.. ..,...,, .,.,,.,.., ..,, 9 0 rqedzinskg Inavid ...., ....... 90, 128 Nekuza, Lawrence ,. , .. ,. , 91 Nekuza, Virginia , ,,., 73, 79 Newell, Wilma , ,. . 26, 38, 67 Neubert, Gerard . ., 38, 68 Nicholas, John ,, 1... 4, 72, 84 Nissel, Anthony ',,, ,, 27, 39, 55, 60,69,71,111 Nurse H , .. 2,58 Nussbaum, Raymond .. 80 Nussbaum, Robert , ,..,... 26, 39, 55, 146 Nussbaum, William .,...,,, 26, 39, 111 O'Brien, Mary Ann .,...,,,.,,....,, 84 O'Brien, Patrick ,..,,,,,,,...., 26, 39, 58, 63, 139, 144 O'Donnell, Patrick ,, ,, , 67 Office Practice .,,.,. O'Hern, Constance ..,..,, 80 f y Isa O'Leary, Kathleen Olson, Christine ., Olson, Doris ,,.,,. Paropacic, Mary ,...,,,,.,.. 54, 79, Paropacic, Thomas Robinson, Ronald UHHUHUUHUUHEUUSI ,,.,....,.86, 106, 109, 117, 132 ,,,...,90, 103, 104 103 128 Parson, Jane ............ ,.,,,..1, 6 4, 90 Parson, Nancy 1.....,..,.,,.........,1,, 73, 83 Paul, O.S.B., Rev. Father .. .,.,1........ 8, 18, 21 Pauline, O.S.B., Sr. M. .....,,,1,,..... 18, 55, 137 Petro, Mr. John .....,. .,,,.,,,,.... 1 8, 53 Pfaff, Geraldine ..,..,,.,,,,..., 27, 39, 52 Pfeufer, Ann ...... .,,.,.. 3 1, 39, 52, 54, 66, 144 Pfeufer, Carl ...1.. 1,......,, 7 9 Pfeufer, Earl ,,1.. .......1.,.,...11,,.,,..,., 9 1 Pfeufer, Helen .,,.......,..,,.,.....,, 90, 132 Pfeufer, Ruth ........ 73, 85, 103, 109, 140 Pfingstler, Donald ...11,,......,,, 85, 128 Pfingstler, James ........,1,. 40, 60, 121, 127, 130, 147 Physical Education ,,,....,.,1..,..,,,, 58, 59 Physics Pichler, Gary ,,,,.,. Pistner, Joan .,,,.. Pistner, Pistner, Patricia ,,,, Pistner, William ,. Pollick, Karen ..,,.. Pollick, Mary .,,... Pontzer, Linda ...... Price, Janet ...,.,.. Prokop, Mary ....... Prudich, Diane ..,. 100 John .,..,....... 26, 40, 91, 113 ...140 99 .......83, 97, 85, 132 Prudich, Dorothy .,....,, 27, 40, 52, 66 Rebic, Patricia .,,........,...,,,,,.,,.,1,,.... 81 Reed, Charlotte .......,..., 91, 102, 103, 105 Religion .,,........ ......,,. 5 0, 51. Resch, John .,,,........... ,.......,,........ 1 28 Rettger, Rose Mary .......,,1.. 26, 40, 56, Reuscher, Miss Alicia ..1,1....... 18, 112, 131, 144 Reuscher, Mr. Benedict .11,.., 1...,...., 1 1 154 Riddle, Ellen .1,.. Rigard, Kathleen Rimer, Joan .,,.... Rimer, Karen .,....,, Rimer, Kenneth Ritter, Donna ..... Ritter, Jerome ., Robacker, Joyce Robinson, David Rollick, ........26, 40, 67, 116 .......91, 138 ,,.,,,,91, 118 ...91, 104, 117, 132 .....,.78, 80, 99 Linda ......1,...,......,..1,......,,, 91 Rose, O.S.B., Sr. M. ........18, 56, 144 Roth, Beverly ................,............... 83 Schatz, Donald ........................ 91, 128 Schatz, Martha ............ 26, 41, 52, 54, 66, 67, 79 Schatz, Regis .................................... 86 Rupprecht, Miss Eleanor ........ 18, 19, 61, 90 Rupprecht, Rose .... . .......... 73, 85 Ryan, Mary Ann ............ 73, 86, 102, 103, 109, 118 Sadley, Daniel ., ,,,,,.,,,, 91 Sadley, Frank ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 , 41 Sadley, Richard .1 ...,,.,,,. 80 Sadley, Susan .,.. .,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Sain, Dorothy .....,.,.,1. 26, 41, 52, 80, 100 Saline, Beverly ............ 83, 109, 141 Saline, Carol .,,....,,.,......,., 64, 91, 104 Saline, Linda ....... 91, 102, 103, 105 Salter, Joan . ..,..,,,,,,,,. 54, 59, 79, 109 Salter, Judith ,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Salter, Michael ....... 91, 128 Salter, Sharon .,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 0 Samick, Carol ,,.... Sarginger, Judith Schaberl, Ann .,... ..73, 83, 99, 103, 109 Schaberl, Joseph .1 ,,,,,,,,,, 85 Schaberl, Luke ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 91 Schaberl, Sue Ann .,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 56, 81, 98 Schaberl, Susan ., ..... 4, 17, 27, 41, 109 Schaefer, Bruce ...,. .,.,,,,, 5 8, 91, 93, 105, 141 Schaefer, Chris .. ,,....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Schatz, Barbara fllthj .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Schatz, Barbara f9thj .,,,.,..,,.,,,,.,,,, 91 Schatz, Briant ..,....,.,.,,,1,,,,, 91, 93, 128 sehaut, Ellen ............ 51, 85, 103, 109 Schaut, Judith ..1......................... 73, 86 Schloder, Clarence ...... .....183 Schloder, James ...... .....................1, 8 4 Schloder, Joann ................ 85, 109, 140 Schloder, John ..........1..... 91, 109, 140 Schloder, Michael ........ 26, 41, 112, 113 Schloder, Robert ................ 26, 41, 99, 100, 111, 138 Schneider, Frederick ..............., 60, 81 110, 111 Schneider, Kenneth ....... .........,.....1 8 5 Schneider, Linda ...........................,.. 91 Schneider, Nancy ....,... 41, 52, 96, 111 School ......................,. 2, 3, 4, 5, 148 Schreiber, Anthony ...ll1...........,...... 79 Schreiber, David ....... ................... 8 1 Schreiber, Lois ....l........... 41, 52, 66, 67, 98 Schreiber, Mary Lee ..,..... ........, 8 6 Schreiber, Paul ............. ..l......... 8, 0 Schutz, Edward ....... ......, 8 6, 128 Schutz, William ........ ......... 5 1, 83 Science Club ......,........................... 100 Scott, Mrs. Margaret ,....,.. 19, 48, 80 Scull, Fern .1............... ......1......,Y. 9 1 Scutella, Antionette ..... ...,1Y. 4 2, 59, 110, 112 Seeyle, Carol ,............... 27, 31, 42, 147 Shadd, Nancy ........,....... 42, 66, 125 Sherry, Anthony .........,.. 79, 123, 130 Sherry, Elaine ............,,,,....,,,, 91, 142 Sherry, Faith .........,.. 27, 42, 110, 111 Sherry, Rose ,..... .......,.,..,,,.,. 2 6, 42 Shields, Jean ,....,. .,..,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 9 1 Shoup, Anita ..... ,,..,,. 9 1, 100, 132 Sieker, Diane ..,... ...,,,,.....,,,,.,, 4 2, 52 Siecker, Donna . ,,......,. 26, 42, 66, 67, 79, 111 Silinsky, Michele ...,.,l,,. Simbeck, Mary ..,... Simons, Dennis ....... Simons, Mary ..... .. Simons, Robert ,.,...27, 42, 52 .......1......84, 128 ,.....91, 104, 105 66, Uljon, Mary Ann ..,,,,.. 26, 44, 52, Smeal, Judith 2 .. 20, 26, 35, 43, 86, 94, 103, 111, 116 Smith, Carol .,.,,,,, ..,. ...73, 80 Smith, Judith .2 22 66, 81, 132, 133 Smith, Robert .2 . 22. 2 92 Smith, Thomas, J. ,,,,., 43, 119, 126 127, 129, 130, 145 Smith, Thomas P. C10thJ ..,,,.,,,,. 2 . 85 Snelick, James Snyder, John 22 Social Studies Sorg, Christine 2 ,.,,,,, 2 46, 100, 80, 101, 146 2. ,..,,,,, 86 52, 53 17, 26, 43, 52, 73, 100, 106, 107, 109 Sorg, David . 2 2. 2. 92, 105, 108 Sorg, Gerard . 2 Spanish .,,,,,,,.,....,,..,,. . ,.,,, 92, 128 Spizzirri, Mr. Augustine .,,., 2. 19, 58, 60, 96, 123, 124, 127, 123, 129, 130, 135, 143 Sporner, Vincent .,.... 60, 68, 76, 81 Stauffer, Gilbert . ,......, ,.,..... 9 2, 128 Stebich, Christine ......., 51, 85, 109, 141 Steele, Sandra ,,,,.,,, . ,,,,,, 26, 43 Sterbank, Daniel ,....,. Stockman, Judith Straub, Michael . Straub, Rita ,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 43, 52, 55, 59, 98, 103, 111, 131, 132, 133 Straub, Sally ,,,,,, 75, 79 Straub, Timothy .2 ,..,........ 26, 44, 60 Struble, Rebecca Sutka, Mary .. Tahara, Sandra . .. 2 92, 103, 104 H '---- ,2 92 92, 105 Taylor, Linda 2. ..,, ,,,.. ...,,,,.,,..,,,,,,., 9 2 Teresita, O.S.B., Sr. M. ,,,.. 29, 19, 62, 118 Thompson, Roger .2 .,..,, ,.,..,, ,,,.. 2 9 2 67, 98, 111 Valentine, Christine ,,.,.. . 22 27, 28, 44, 59, 63, 111, 115, 125, 130, 131, 139, 143 Valentine, David .,,,,....,,, 77, 82, 83, 92, 123, 128 Valentine, Patrick .,,,1,.,.., 87, 92, 128 Valentine, Tin1othy .,,,.,, 20, 26, 44, 69, 111, 112 Vallimont, Dolores ..,..,,,,... 18, 26, 44, 63, 139, 144 VanAlstine, Kathleen .....,,,..,,,,,.,. 92 VanSlander, David ......,..,,.. 7.92, 105 VanSlander, Thomas ,,,,,,., 92, 105, 128 Volleyball .,...,,,,,,,......,, 131, 132, 133 Vollmer, Dianne ,.,. 26, 44, 52, 66, 67 Vollmer, John ,,.....,.,,,.,........, 85, 128 Vollmer, Julia ..,,,,. ...,.,,,,,,,,,...,, 8 5 Vollmer, Majorie ..,,.,..,., 92, 102, 103 Vollmer, Michael ...,..,.. ,....,.,,,.,, , 22 92 Wfalker, John .....,.,..,,.,...,,,,....,...,, 92 Wasson, Mary .,.,..,, 51, 86, 102, 140 Watkavitch, Carol ...,,,,.., 26, 45, 66 Weber, Anthony .,,..,,. ...,..,,,... 4 , 86 Weber, David .,..... .,,..,2,....,, 8 3 Weber, Jeanne ...,..,, ...,,... 9 2, 105 Weber, Margaret ...,.,,...,, 73, 85, 100, 108, 109, 140 Wegemer, Barbara .,..,, 82, 86, 103, 108, 109, 125, 130 Wegemer, Bernadette 96, 97, 98, 111, Wegemer, Thomas ,,,.. Wehler, Betsy 2 Wehler, Dennis 2 ..222 2 Timothy, O.S.B., Rev. Father ,222.,.2 11 Track .222.22.....22....,2.222.,22,22.2222 122, 123 Troha, Jerome ,2.2 222.222,. 1 6, 54, 79 Wehler, Wehler, Wehler, Wehler, Jacquelyn .. Jean .222...2.222 Judy ..22. .2 Leroy .,2..,2 Uhernick, Anne . ....,..,.. 55, 64, 80, 92, 102, 103, 105 Uhernick, Sandra ......2.., ...,222...222.2. 8 0 Uhl, Margaret 2 2 86 Wehler, Virginia ..22 Weichman, Lois ........20, 28, 45, 125, 130,131, 146, 147 20, 60, 80 92, 104 2 ..22.., 84 73, 86, 99, 103 104 85, ..22..,.45, 52, 66, 73, 96 26, 45, 66, 131, 132, 133 Weichman, Marlene ....,,2......222 86, 132 Weichman, Michael. .....22..2.... 92, 140 Weidenboerner, Andrew ...2.2. 26, 45, 50, 58 Weidenboerner, Mary .222...22.22 56, 59, 75, 79, 103, 104, 133 Weidenboerner, Peter 2. 2,....2.22, 74, 92 Weidow, John ...2. ...2222.. 2 22 .. 85 Wfeis, Michael .2... ..286 Weisner, Catherine 22... 2.2..2 . . 80 Wendel, Doris ..... .....222 7 9, 131 Wendel, Marcia ...... .2.... 9 2, 104 Wendel, Sandra ....,. ...2.22 9 2, 104 Werner, Anne .2.... .2..2.2...22...... . .280 Werner, Anthony ......22.2.2 45, 46, 57, 60, 111 Werner, Kathryn .22........ 92, 104, 105 Werner, Mr. Herbert .,.2..22 19, 69, 112 Wildfire, John .22...2 ,22..2..2 5 1, 86 Wilkein, James 2..... 2 .,222.... 92 Wilson, Walter .....22......2..,.2,.......,.... 84 Wise, Marlene ......2..222.2..... 27, 45, 46, 59, 94, 97, 98, 103, 110, 111, 125, 130 Wolf, James ....., ......2 9 2, 140 Wolfe, Alan .2.....2. ..,...22....... 9 2, 128 Wolfe, Suzanne ...,222.222. 53, 67, 80, 133 Wortman, Kathryn ..,... 22 . .2 92 Wortman, Timothy ..22.2 2. 81 Wurm, Irene .2... . .22.. ., 292 Wurm, Robert 2..22 2.292 Wurm, Sandra .. 92 Yeager, Dianne ...,222.2,...2.... ,..2... . 22 86 Yeager, Ronald .222.. 85, 105, 109, 141 Yetzer, Ellen .2.......2....2......2,2,.2..2.... 86 Yetzer, Gary .........2,.,............... 74, 92 Yetzer, Linda .....2...222 73, 77, 82, 86, 102, 103, 108, 109, 115, 125, 130, 136, 141 Zaleski. 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