Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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Our participation in sports, extracurricular activities, and the enjoyment ot social events were due chietly to those experienced and educated hands which molded our characters and gave us moral and physical strength through- ' ' ' h ' t res h l careers ln this book We will relive throug picu out our high sc oo . and Words many ot the happy days spent with our fellow students and teachers in Farrell High School. 2 ,gi- Editor Mercedes B Sports Editor Co-Editor Literary Editor Assistant Literary Editor ll 55 1, Q E A sw L tss E fl lj A A astide loe Ranallo Bernadette Belcik Eleanor Vermeire 'rv' vw C1 James Carlos STAFF MEMBERS SALES MANAGER Norma Iean Carr FEATURE wmisns Iulia Balluch Tom DiSilvio lolfm Kocis Virginia Zappa Geraldine Cerra Janice Graff Dorothy Bono Rosalie Crivello SPORTS WRITERS Howard Horton Steve Wasko Bob Scarvell Carley Keats WE THE 1956 REFLECTGR STAFF 4 Assistant Typist Assistant Sports Editor Ari Editor :Q ' ,J ,,, 7 s- ,., J X 5, F 5 'if I? ' .t Z,ssts s I I , EV 4 t. I ,,,,,,., by I . ... Theano Kladitis Corinne Miller Steve 'Waslco ART MATERIAL Pat Mikulin Marguerite Arcade Leslie Domonkos Charles Talbert TYPISTS Agnes Richter Cathy Rufio Sandra Chiodo Ruth Hoyney Gloria Gray Ianice Zelch Fay Hancock Ioy Raqan Barbara Regis DISTRIBUTION Iohn Sava PRESENT Head Typist , he Q . K7 . it 52 -Y -K .41- fL,,-'iliac .,.. Rita Phillips Assistant Sales Manager Sandra Hoffman THE Photography . . . ......... Spano Studios Farrell, Pennsylvania Sharon Herald Sharon, Pennsylvania Student Photographer .......... Torn DiSilvio Engraving .... ..... T he Northern Engraving and Electrotype Co. Canton, Ohio Printing . . . ............... Kurtz Bros. Clearfield, Pennsylvania 1956 REFLECTCJR Published by the Senior Class Farrell Senior High School Farrell. Pennsylvania 53rd Commencement Edition Volume 39 7 MINISTH TIU M si V 'if for el' " Affffk. iii I F' A fx 'LQ-PX A A X fly gf Wav " M, f,,lg",,i" A ' Im f' I ' g 4L':llv1i I If 4 1 1 Y A l 2 5 Y H ,ff-ij , A-,f1f 1g.nt,nH, V -P37 555135 jf ," X 1 'iw N Yef"ff ' LESLIE oomomcosi Guiding hands . . . sure and experienced . . . a budget to make and checks to sign finances maintenance report cards and discipline . . . meetings to attend . . . another year, and graduation. 8 ll THE AUMI ISTHATUHS Supeririteiidarit Ut Eclmuls MR. IOHN HETRA AB. Westminster College M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh Board Ui Edunatiun Mr. Iohn N. Petrillo President wif Jr 1.-.iss ,mf PM 6 gk Mr. Edward S. Purich Mr. Anthony I. Namey Mr. Louis Masiricm Mr. Bronko Generczlovich Vice President Treasurer 1 U t , , if sly it it li Ssiliur Hiqli llriiiuipal i MR. ANTHONY 1. PINTAR BS., Grove City Colleqe i M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh .:. l:l Assistant llriiuiipal MR. ANGELO M. GRANDE AB. Grove City Colleqe lVi.A. University oi Alabama Q Q H--ws Ji"'-sf' 5. z. 'lifm ' 37 a.k " " tiiiil r i i Mr. Walter A. Bresky Mr. Paul Kudelko Mr. Edward Turosky Mr. 1011195 Fcmmuflino School Solicitor Secretary 1 l ART A D I UUSTHUUQ Art Department The art department is primarily concerned with the aesthetic development of the student. With this in mind, Mr. Komar, the department head, tries with a Varied pro- gram to bring and to show to the student the meaning of the arts. Through the use of visual aids and field trips Mr. Komar helps the student to have a better understanding of the art world. Throughout the year he shows slides of the great periods oi art as they are related to the history of their times and their influence on the present. Togther with the students, Mr. Komar views many reproductions of these masterpieces from the past to the present. The reproductions oi masterpieces are available within our own school. The school with the cooperation of our student clubs and organiza- tions has purchased the paintings that are hanging in all of our hallways. The student participates in practical art experiences by working on projects per- taining to every day living. He learns abstract design with relation to interior and exterior home design, through his course in Art l, and oil painting, copper enameling in Art ll. Both have an opportunity to do ceramic work and they enrich their experi- ence by visits to commercial pottery factories and galleries in the vicinity. The Art department encourages cooperative effort of the students by participating in various activities such as the Shenango Valley halloween window painting con- test, local and national poster contests, decorating our gymnasium for special events, the annual Xmas decorating project for the U.S.A.F. Tet Base at Vienna, Ohio, and incidentally, art work for this year book. An interesting project done by Art H stu- dents this year was the planning and construction of a model city complete in minia- ture. ARTS Mr. Paul A. Komar AB. Thiel College MA. Fine Arts, University oi All of these varied activities and their success tends to prove Mr. Komar's phil- AOWU osophy that every individual has certain creative abilities and that the consumma- tion of this artistic expression makes toward a more enjoyable and fuller life. lndustrial Arts Department The correct choice of a vocation and a better under- standing of industrial economy are essential to a well- rounded education and the betterment of our community. With this in mind, the lndustrial Arts Department of the high school aids the students in the development of good Working habits, sensible working attitudes, and safe work- ing practices. This department, headed by Mr, Tudor Lewis, offers courses in wood, machine, electric, and metal shops, and in mechanical drawing. The student who has selected the Industrial Arts course is required to take one year of mech- anical drawing, to learn the use and construction of blue prints, and one semester each of two assigned shops. Dur- ing the second year he is required to spend one semester in each of the remaining shops to help him to decide which he likes best. Finally in the senior year the pupil may choose the shop in which he has the greatest interest. ln each of these shops the boys learn to handle the equipment necessary to doing a good job in industry. Mr. Lewis teaches the boys in the wood shopg Mr. lrwin Orr, Mr. Ellsworth McClearn, and Mr. David Schirmer, teach the metal, machine, electric shops. Mr. Joseph Nestich teaches Mechanical Drawing. These shops turn out articles made of brass, wood, wrought iron, aluminum, and plastics. lt is through the electric shop that the first two-way com- munication system of our school was built. Above all the lndustrial Arts Department offers a foun- dation for future carpenters, electricians, machinists, drafts- rnen, and welders. It is the belief of this department that the pupil be taught the dignity of working with his hands: that he can be proud of a job well done, and stimulated to make wise use of leisure time. Through his experiences in the shop the pupil gains that part of his education that enables him to recognize the vital part industry plays in our every day lives, and gives him the knowledge and satisfaction of knowing he can take a crude piece of ma- terial and with his own hands and imaginative ability turn it into a lovely piece of work oi which he can be proud. BEAUTY CULTURE WOOD SHOP MACHINE SHOP Miss Lillian R. Kittinq Mr. Tudor E. Lewis Mr. Ellsworth McClearn BA. Pennsylvania Stats: AB. Westminster College Voc. Ed. University of Pittsburgh University M.Ed Weestmiristrfi' Collogo M.A. Equ. California State Teachers Collage MECHANICAL DRAWING METAL SHOP ELECTRIC SHOP Mr. Ioseph G. Nestich Mr. Irvin G. Orr Mr. David C. Schirmer BS. Kent State University Voc. Ed. University of Pittsburgh BS. California State Mid. Kent State University MA. Equ. California 'State Teachers College Teachers College 13 -E GLISH DEPAHTME T- The English department of the Farrell Senior High School is well-organized and managed by its capable teachers. At its head is Miss Anne Gojdics who sees that the department is run smoothly and efficiently. She does this by holding departmental meetings, discusses the activi- ties to be carried out, and the policies to be followed. The entire department selects films, recordings, and filmstrips for use in the classroom. All English classroom activities include panel discus- sions: reports, which may be written or oral: themes, rang- ing from the very short ones to the lengthy term papers: short talks, usually three minutes in length, given by each student in classy oral recitation: and play direction by the English classes. Literature is also a very important subject taught. Stu' dents study American Literature in their junior year, English Literature in their senior yearp and may elect such sub- jects as World Literature and Creative Writing in the sen- ior year. One branch of the English department is the World Literature course. lt is offered to seniors and has been very successful. lts purpose is to probe deeper into literature and create a better understanding of the World through the study of thought, emotion, and action. This course is taught by Miss Gojdics. Another branch is the Creative Writing course con- ducted by Miss Alice Griffith. Many oi the students in this class have had their Works published in high school anthologies, This course is another one for seniors only. It gives students a chance to express their feelings, by writing essays, poems, and short stories, as well as any other forms of Writing that they wish to use. -SPEECH DEPAHTME T- Oral communication is a necessary and stimulating part of our daily life, and learning to improve oneself in it can be a pleasurable as Well as profitable experience. Con- sequently the purpose of the course is to develop in our students a liking for oral expression and an awareness of its increasing importance. ln order to achieve these ends we have designed a course of study in which we insist upon careful planning of speech activities, encouraging the building of a vocabulary, and providing activities that are varied enough to give every student a reasonable amount of satisfaction in oral expression. Among these activities we offer conversation, group discussion, debate, and inter- pretative reading as Well as stress in voice and diction, outlining, and searching for material. The students are asked to participate in speaking ac- tivities common to their everyday experiences. They are asked to introduce speakers and act as chairmen in class discussion. They also participate in radio programs and announce over the public address system. We feel that poise and self-confidence may be acquired through these speaking experiences. Miss Kathryn Polyzou is the instructor for the course. ENGLISH IV Miss Alice Griffith B.S. Indiana State Teachers College M,Ed. Pennsylvania State University ENGLISH II, III - HIE LTY- LIBRARY ENGLISH IV, WORLD LITERATURE E l 1 '1 3 is Q 5 'Q Mrs. Victoria Bcirbu Mrs. Thelma Brice Miss Anne Goidics BA. University of Piilslzurqli B.S.Cl11rien Stale 'llcrcneis BA. Pennsylvania State College Universily M.Liti. University of Pittslwurqli SPEECH, DRAMATICS ENGLISH III ENGLISH II Miss Kaihryn Polyzou Miss Mary Sccirdina Mr. Robert Trombcxcco EA. Iffeslmlnsier College B.Lilt. Grove Cily College BA. Gannon College MA, Drfrmulic Arts Universily cf Iowci 15 -LANGUAGE TIEPAHTME T- Our language department furthers an understanding in a foreign language through the study of the people, their culture, their way of life, and their contributions to our civilization, The primary purpose of the Latin Department is to broaden the students' vocabulary, learn Word origins, and to master the technical grammar of the course. Many stu- dents study the language because it is a requirement of many colleges. In the Latin classes students learn progressively by visual aids and educational competitive contests. Mr. Alfred Malatesta is the Latin teacher and also the advisor of the Latin Club. Through the Spanish department the students are taught to speak Spanish simply, yet correctly, in meaning- ful sentences and to understand the spoken Spanish used so widely in the world today. The conversational method is employed in the Spanish classes. Here everyday living situations like ordering a meal, talking on the telephone, and asking for a date are part of the teaching program. Aside from the actual gram- mar study, students in the Spanish classes enjoy the sing- ing of Latin-American folk and popular songs and colorful movies on Latin-American life. Miss Mary Zahariou, Spanish teacher and advisor of the Spanish Club, is the head of our Language Department. She has as her duty the integration of the teachers within the department and the aiding in the development of the de- partment as a whole. -HEALTH A Tl SAFETY UEPAHTME T- Every student should acquire knowledge of health and safety to apply to his daily living. Every student should learn his physical weaknesses and form a procedure to overcome them. ln that way every one will be able to live a richer life and will be able to adjust himself to the ways of our social living. The Health Course is integrated to promote the health and safety of the individual student. Every boy and girl in the Senior Class is assigned to three classes of health study each week. These classes enable the Seniors to develop habits essential to good health and physical fit- ness, and to understand more fully the practical applica- tion of health in daily living. ln addition, a thorough physi- cal examination is given by the school physician to each freshman and junior. The boys' physical program includes such activities as chin-up and push-up trials and testing, leather horse drills, parallel bar, spring board, and tumbling exercises. Mr, loseph Tornmins is the head of the boys' physical education program. The girls' program includes such activi- ties as tumbling, marching drills, volleyball, baseball, and various exercises. The girls' physical education program is under the direction of Miss Teresa Bonita. The classes par- ticipate in outdoor activities when the weather permits. Driver Education is comparatively a new and very popular course at Farrell Senior High School. This course began in the second semester of the l952-l953 school year under the direction of Mr. Stephen Delpero. The main pur- pose of the course is to teach students to use motor ve- hicles safely, efficiently, and to develop responsibility, cour- tesy, consideration and observance of the law. This course is divided into two phases: the study of theory in the classroom and actual driving practice. Driver Education and Training is open to all lunior and Seniors, The course is offered in each semester of the school year. Classroom work is held twice a week and a full credit is given toward graduation. Within five years after graduation three out of four high school students will be operating cars. There will be many younger drivers between the ages of sixteen and twenty. Many years' evidence shows that the most effect' ive way to reduce accidents is to educate those who are learning to drive so that they will acquire good safety habits. DRIVER EDUCATION Mr. Stephen Delpero B.S. Ed. Clarion State Teachers College MS. Ed. 'Westminster College IOURNALISM. SPANISH I, II LATIN I, II Miss Mary Zuhcxriou Mr. Alfred Mulutesta BA. Westminster Colle-qe BA. St. Boncnve-mule Universiiy lVI.Ed. Vlfeslminster Colleqe PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Ioseph Tommins Miss Teresa Boniio BS. University of Pittsburqh ES, Slippery Rock State Teachers College l7 -SUE IIE UEPABTME T- Science education aims to share with general education the responsibility of development of humanitarian and democratic ideals in our youth. The teachers strive to give all youth an understand- ing and an appreciation of science and adoptive experi- ences in the area of science as a means toward achieving personal adjustments to problems associated with living in this scientific age. The content and organization of the science courses in our Senior High School are related to life experiences and needs of youth. ln their effort to accomplish their goals, the teachers of science supplement the traditional methods of instruction by employing modern materials and tech- niques in the classroom. Miss Annarose Moraca and Miss Sarah Colley as teach- ers of the biology department strive to make the subject interesting to their students by taking every opportunity to show them movies, slides, and actual specimens of the subject matter they are teaching. During the year, the biology students are taught the life processes of the living things around them. The first month of school finds them engaged in field studies. ln the course of a year, the students are acquainted not only with plant life, but with animal life as well. Most people do not realize that everything they touch every day is undergoing a change. In the chemistry classes the students are taught the reasons for these changes. They learn what makes iron, rust, water, evaporate: and substances, burn. Most of the experiments conducted by the students re- late to everyday living in terms of chemistry. They pre- pare oxygen, acids, soaps, and food flavors. They also study the composition of gasoline, the structure of the atom and atomic energy. -MATHEMATICS DEPAHTME T- One of the basic departments in the Farrell Senior High School is the mathematics department, headed by Miss Helen Grimes. Beginning with the kindergarten and continuing throughout the school years, the pupil is led to see the social significance of the "number" and its prac- tical use. General mathematics is a two year course, taught by Miss Anna Boyle. This course, selected by general and vocational students, emphasizes the basic fundamentals of mathematics and their applications to everyday life. Algebra I, is taught by Miss Boyle and Miss Bessie Struck. ln addition to her classes in Algebra l, Miss Struck also teaches Algebra ll, which provides a solid foundation for the students who wish to advance to higher mathematics courses. Plane geometry is taught with an objective in mind somewhat different from that of the other courses in mathe- matics, The aim of this course is to teach students how to reason logically and clearly. Thus, plane geometry is of value not only to a student interested in furthering his education along mathematical lines, but also to pupils whose interest lies in other fields. Solid geometry and trigonometry are the most ad- vanced courses in mathematics offered in the Farrell Sen- ior High School. One-semester courses, they offer an in- sight into advanced mathematics for the senior academic student who desires to enter college. These courses, along with plane geometry, are taught by Miss Grimes. The academic mathematics courses are taught in the following order: Algebra I, Algebra ll, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, and Trigonometry. Farrell Senior High School also offer courses in com- mercial mathematics, taught by faculty members of the commercial departments, GENERAL MATH I, II it Miss A. Boyle A.B. Trinity College BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY Miss Sarah Cooley Mr. Edward Lindwcy Miss Annarose Moruca BS. VVestminster BS. Grove City College B.S. Columbia University MA. Columbia University PHYSICS, GENERAL SCIENCE ALGEBRA II, GEOMETRY, TRIG. ALGEBRA I. II Mr. Iohn Chiodo Miss Helen Grimes Miss Bessie Struck BS. Wostrriinster BS. Grove City College BS. Westminster College MS. Ed. Westminster College lVl.Ed. University of Pittsburgh 19 -SUEU-XL SUE EES- The Social Science Department of our school, under the direction of Mr. Dresch, is doing much to instruct the students of Farrell Senior l-ligh School about the past and present of all the countries of the world. The purpose for teaching the social sciences is to provide the student with an understanding of the desires and needs of his fellow man, and to prepare him for a place in the world of today. World history is the study of the world from prehistoric times to the present. ft deals with the origin and spread of civilization throughout the world. American history tells of the settling of our country in 1607, and the reason for settling it. lt relates the story of our struggle in battle or by treaty to keep this country free and democratic. Problems of Democracy deals with the present, and teaches the practical aspects of our economic and governmental systems. Each year the Problems of Democracy classes participate in the "I speak for Democracy" contest which gives them an appreciation of the freedoms they enjoy. Mr. Dresch, Mr. Paulekas, Mr, McCluskey, Mr. Canterna, and Mr. Scarvell are the social science teachers. HUME ECU UMIES UEPAHTME HOME ECONOMICS In Farrell High School girls may specialize in Home Economics by enrolling in the Vocational Home Economics Course, or they may elect courses which are general in scope. The Vocational Home Economics Course provides instruction and experiences in the basic aspects of personal, family and home living. The core of its educational program is to raise standards for family living and to teach practical habits of work that may be carried over into later life. The girl, her family, and her home formulate its important background. Girls who specialize in this course are prepared to adapt a scientific and intelligent approach to the valuable and enjoyable vocation of homemaking. ln the Vocational Home Economics Course there are varied opportunities available to meet college and nursing school en- trance requirements, provided the pupil selects those subjects that will be accepted as college or nursing school entrance units. General Home Economics can be elected for one year by girls from any other course. One of the important objectives is to de- velop the appreciation of homemaking as a stimulating and re- warding vocation, and an understanding of the varied opportunie ties available to home economics trained people. The units are planned to meet the needs, interests, and abilities of the girls in each class. Units most frequently selected are: basic nutrition, table manners and etiquette, party foods, clothes-making, tex- tiles, clothing selection, child care, and good grooming. 20 Miss Frances Dux-itsa B.S. Pennsylvania State University M.A. Columbia University HISTORY II. III PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY HISTORY II, III C rr """i' Mr. William Ccmtemu Mr. Ralph Dresch Mrs. Iulia Ienkins E.Ecl, Duquesne University AB. lndiunnr University AB. Muskingum College M,Ed. 'Westminster College M.Ecl, University ct Pittsburgh BS. Muskingum College HISTORY II, III P. O. D., WORLD GEOGRAPHY HISTORY II 2 , In N21 Y - Mr. Edward McCluskey Mr. Anthony Paulekcls Mr. Ioseph Scarvell BS. Wrrshingtori G jefferson BS. Wnsliington G Iefferson BS, Ed Youngstown University Zl -EUMMEHEIAL DEPAHTME T- The primary objectives of the Commercial Department are to prepare the student to get a job, to hold it efficiently, and to win promotions to higher and better paid positions. Keeping this in mind, the Business Education Department endeavors to offer courses which contribute toward these objectives. The Commercial Department believes, however, that technical knowledge in a particular skill is not all that is required for business occupational success. lf success and advancement to higher positions are to be achieved, it is necessary to have "occupational intelligence". The quality traits of initiative, tact, cooperation, ability to get along with people, and willingness to follow instructions are de- veloped. The students are encouraged to think, to reason, and to criticize constructively along business lines. The Commercial Department tries to create a feeling of em- ployee loyalty, and an appreciation of the trust placed on an employee. The faculty of the Business Education Department con- sists of Mrs. Mary Iones, Miss Geraldine Rock, Mr. Paul Matuscak, and its chairman, Miss Olga Gojdics. These competent teachers show not only the technical points of business, but also give the students practice in each of the fields. Students taking the course, Work in the office of the school, at the switchboard, and have an office practice class where they can use all of the modern equipment in the offices of today. What the students of our Commercial Department are learning today, will be the strong basis of our business wcrld of tomorrow. BOOKKEEPIN G I, II Mr. Paul Matuscak B.S. Bus. Admin. Youngstown University -MUSIE DEPAHTME T- The Music Department of Farrell High School plays an important role in the lives of its members. The objectives of this department are to train students who wish to make a career of music, as well as to provide educational and enjoyable experiences for participating students. Mr. Samuel Campagna, the head of the Music Depart- ment, is the director of the A Capella Choir which is one of the two organizations in the Music Department. The choir is active throughout the school year, participating in several annual programs. Their programs include the Spring Concert, the Farrell Chamber of Commerce Ban- quet, a choir trip to a nearby high school, and the Wolves' Club Scholarship Minstrel. Providing the musical backs ground for the bi-annual Christmas Pageant completes the busy schedule of the choir. The Farrell High School Band, directed by james V. Scanga, is the other important organization of the music department. The band schedule is never empty as the members participate in football and basketball games as well as in their regular concerts. During football season they prepare and perform half-time shows for the football games. They also perform at each home game during bas- ketball season and at the pep rallies. Annually they pre- sent a spring concert, and appear with the choir at the Chamber of Commerce Banquet. They also contribute their services to the community by participating in the Hallo- ween, Armistice Day, and Memorial Day parades. The music department gives much musical training to serious minded music students and still offers opportuni- ties for all high school students to participate in the music appreciation program. ARITHMETIC, TYPING I. II TRANSCRIPTION. SHORTHAND I. II TYPING I. SHORTHAND I Miss Olga Goidics Mrs. Mary T. Jones Miss Geraldine Ann Rock B.S. Carneaie lnstitute of B.S.C. Grove City Colleqe B.S.C. Mercyhurst College Technology M.Litt. University of Pittsburgh MUSIC. CHORAL MUSIC. BAND Mr. Samuel I. Campaqna Mr. Iames V. Scanqa B,S. Indiana State Teachers B,S, lncliana State Teachers College Colleae lVl.Ecl. Pennsylvania State M.Ecl. Pennsylvania State University University 23 l-I SEEHETABLAL ST PP Row 1, Left to Right: Vicioria Cipriano, F r a n c e s Semon, ,, Blanche Kustron. Row 2: Ioan Liptok, Susan Bacon. 5 .:. Row 1. Left to Riqhi: Shirley Bacon, Mrs. Geraldine Tornmins, Margaret Sakony. Row 2: Agnes L. Mielcarek, Stella M. Ceslak, Norma Pilipovich. E PETEHI ST PF Mrs. Florence Burns Cafeterra Supervisor - Al TENANCE Left to Right: Phillip Chiappianella, Nick Rock, David Thomas, Vincent Fazza- lore, and Frank Kozar, Head Custodian. Row 1: Left to Right: Agnes Yandrick, Cath- erine Stiitinqer, Row 2: Sophie Dudash, Sue Thomas. Row 3: Ruth Turnaqi. if Lei! io Riqhi: Gerald Flynn, lake Walsli, lohn Laisko, Al Knoll, Head of the Maintenance, and loseph Costa. .:. EL SSES Q? .. 1 113 . ' ,V '. R if X A7 lux ff X CU Luz. 'Q 1 , cb E 7""45VKKlTE AIQRDE Learning hands . . . accumulating knowledge through teachers and experiences . .. the arts and sciences .. . delving in the mysteries of nature . . . acquiring skills and seeking truths . . . a time for seriousness and a little time for play . . . we prepare ourselves. 26 27 SUPHUMUHES Class Uffilzers President ..... . .............,..,.... Mark Maqnotto Vice President , . . . . . Tom Stanek Secretary . ...., .... ...... ................ P e q qy Rossi S, Room 225 Miss Zuhariou Row l, Left to Right: lohn Koslian, Nancy Berqer, Charlotte Raketich, ludith Lampkins, Nancy Settle, David Harakal and Wanda Ferrn. Row 2: lohn Sala' tino, Antonia Spania, Tom Hornyak, Barbara Bobby, Ronald Pendel, Cynthia Tibolet. Row 3: Frank Tronaa, lorry Chiccarino, David Quarterson, lohn Pav- lovich, Sieve Novosel. Z8 Room 203 Miss Grimes Row 1, Left to Right: Sue Carroll, Law- rence Brown, Estelle Caravolias, Mary Banks, Carol Calvin, Mary Baclolato, Anita Capozzoli, Marian Austin. Row 2: loyce DeCapua, Helen Caracci, Andrea Berish, lulia Campman, Ruth Crirn, Elizabeth Costanza, Betty Claiborne. Row 3: Donna Davis, Nancy Austin, loy Battyanyi, Anthony Chiodo, Robert Disko, Michaelene Belcik, Adriene Arendas. Row 4: Sam Aqresti, Walter Baldwin, Pete Chiccarino, Robert Bel- cik, Mark Davis, Charles Adams, George Banzalc. Room 204 Mr. Scurvell How 1, Left to Right: Pat Gates, Donna Ernerich, Harold Fryc, lolin Dresch, San- dra Greaory, leanette Dora, Geraldine Haines, Paul Horner. Row 2: lohn Frey- taq, lulius Palmer, Ronnie Fraley, lames Eaelsky, David Homer, Ronald Dresel, Carol Flaanelli, Rose Marie Mastrian, Elizabeth Gross. Row 3: Ernest Hlinsky, Ralph Dresch, Gary Heath, Mary Lou Evanchan, lohn Draqash, Margaret Holiqa, Clare Ann Durney, Sandra Hillman. Row4: Sol Gully, David Eaercic, Steve Dora, Ed- ward Gearhart, Raymond l-leile, Harvis Thomas, David Frampton, Dan lclorna. Room 206 Mr. Mutusccik Row 1, Left to Right: Mary Kladitis, Sandra Krouse, Dennis lenninas, Sere- tha lones, Mariann Kolly, Barbara Hop- son, leanette Klein, lulia Leak, Sally Horton, Russel McFarland. Row 2: ludith Keeler, ludith Machuqa, Delores lackson, Dolores Kapurik, Martha Horne yak, Sally Llewellyn, Marlene Klaric, Rose Lenzi, lanice Kanzic. Row 3: Pa- tricia Messina, Georqe Krantz, Mary l-lopson, Paul Knapp, Eva Huntley, Mar- tha Lyons, Mary Ann Kopen, Gwen Hyman, Elsie larret, lacqueline Liptock. Row 4: Paul Liloak, loyce Hudak, Rob- ert Latsko, Frank Gabriel, Richard Lee, Homer Reimold, Robert luchnewich, Bill Lockovich, losepli Kocis. i 'wr' X 1' 4 'WK' -. 41 ,.g?"" 4.1, , Q5 ff' s 1 gn 2 M.-k.,,.,' Ja 4 f fa at if F3 " 533 451 SUPHUMUHE5 Room 213 Miss Cooley Row 1. Lelt to Right: Carl Parcetich, Gail New- land, Marcey Pedas, Barbara Prezgay, Bar- bara Niemiec, Sylvia Matusich, Barbara Ann Myers, Richard Orendi. Row 2: Douglas Mat- ters, Anthony Pishko, Willianna Parker, Nancy Maykowski, William Powell, Gloria Meizlik, Carol Ponder. Row 3: lohn Monteson, Rose Marie Patrizi, Patricia Pavone, William Platter- borze, lohn Polcha, Larry Multari, Nick Pal- dino, Theressa Ortiz. Row 4: Rosemary Min- dicino, Shirley Miller, Anna Mathews, Alfons Matiei, Richard Morocco, loe Morsillo, Franklin Moyers. Room 214 Miss Moraca Row 1. Left to Right: Peggy Rossi, Dolores Ro- tell, loann Stephanopoulos, Hazel Robinson, ludy Sanford, Ronald Sever, Shirley Richard- son, ludy Scardina, ludy Sirianni, Martin Si- kora. Row 2: Carol Ring, Mary Smith, Alma- retta Rupert, Bonnie Stoger, Lee Sanders, Ruth Scott, Phyllis Rogan, Norma Sposito, Betsy Stanton. Row 3: Louis Rosati, lohn Somich, Michaeline Sonoga, Stephen Stantz, Eileen Stefanac, English Price, Aaron Smith, Francis Stiftinger, Row 4: lack Schweiss, Andrew Scarmack, Bill Roach, Torn Stanek, Ralph Soli- da, Bill Procter, Marvin Simon, Allan Speizer, Gene Stefanick. Room 223 Mr. Trombacco Row 1. Left to Right: Patricia Wayne, loyce Taylor, Ellen Taylor, Franzetta Williams, Betty Waters, Marguerite Truman, Shirley Wasko, loan Yazvac, Emmett Thompson. Row 2: Glo- ria Testasecca, Beverly Vernille, Edward Wal- ker, Rebecca Wise, Frankie Waller, Audrey Van Gazelle, Russell Talbert, Louis Zappa, Elaine Takash. Row 3: Helen Tatusko, Rose- mary Yankovich, Nancy Verholek, Tony Tam- ber, Patricia Tommins, Margaret Ulica, Dom- inic Vadala, Edmund Waida. Row 4: Gerald Stoyer, lack Thompson, Eugene White, Daniel Suso, lames Taylor, Roy Wise, Donald Thurs- ton, Fred Wells, George Williams. -A r "ln l492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue "Now le-t's make like the Crew Cuts." JU IUHS CLASS OFFICERS President ...... .................. ..., B o b Mikulin Vice President Secretary .... . . . . . , Frank Galardo .. . lanet Chisholm "What! T-Bone steaks again?" 32 Room 4 Miss Boyle Row 1, Left to Right: Geneva Bridges, Lynne Baldridge, Helen Biga, Sandra Barrett, Ruth Baran, ludy Chiccarino, Jennifer Beil, Betty Bukovinsky. Row 2: Dolores Brodie, Rosemary Bonacci, Nina Cagno, Elaine Barat, Mary Ellen Branzo- vich, Florence Bruno, Louise Broaden. Row 3: lanet Chisholm, Lois Cherry, Annette Barlow, Robert Carnino, lohn Carine, Michael Cannone, William Car- roll, William Bernard. Row 4: Archie Bianco, Robert Calvin, Richard Cheza, Lionel Bell, Roger Chuderwicz, Richard Bennetto, Donald Cagigas. Room 9 Mrs. Burbu Row 1, Left to Right: Anthony Gabriele, loanne Elia, Marie Drabick, Twila Hill- man, Edward Daniels, ludy David, Don- ald Dignan, David Hughes. Row 2: Geraldine Gaydosh, Chris Costes, Gere ald Haniak, Gerald Egelsky, William Ferguson, Iohn Demico, lames Gregory, Row 3: Daniel DeWeese, larnes Fabian, Norman Gartner, James Harakal, Earl Dungee, Elaine Douglas, James Harri- son, Mary Goda. Row 4: Ioseph Cup urdija, Frank Galardo, Richard Daniels, Robert Havrilla, Robert Gardner, Paul Henretty, William Haun. Room 10 Mr. Canterna Row 1. Lett to Right: loyce lohnson, Pa- tricia Kovacs, Marion Keough, Betty lane lanosko, Patricia Lichvar, Delores Kudelko, Elaine Kozrna, Rose Marie Hranko, Sandy Hillwig. Bow 2: Rob- ert Howell, Frank Koi, Gerald Howard, Terrance Kilgore, Shirley lones, Shirley Lingenfelter, loy Iepson. Row 3: Annie Hosey, Mark Kirshenbaurn, Ioanne Ka- liney, Wade lohson, Steve Kizma, Tho mas Homer, Charles Hunter. Row 4: lohn Klecic, Alfred Lampkins, Adrian Hornyak, Donald lones, Edward lan- osko, William lanes, lames Hutz. if in W X i 'N 4 -xg .0-fs, gi , ,M 'J' N 5 5 5 993 Fw? ,ff 'X It we 59' QHW .441 uf Ni, .Il af f 5 I w , Y . E1 5 is ' ' if ' yr f , 94 Q? is.. Q v V 1 Q- a Ai . . N'1'j1- --. 'WH X 24 JU IUHS Room 217 Mr. Lindway Row 1, Left to Right: Ruth Schroyer, Phyllis Scarmack, Ianice Sarcinella, Emelia Semeaa, Paul Scharville, Marie White, Paricia Wolqast, Patricia Sione. Row 2: Ioan Steibly, lean Toriello, Richard Vv'eber, Walter Steianish, Ar- lene Sparqo, William Scott, Ralph Tho- mas. Row 3: lohn Staul, Goldie Wil- liams, Lillie Bell Shaw, Paul Yatslco, lerome Stiftinqer, Frank Walsh, Robert A. Smith, Ronald Sopko. Row 4: Ioan Soloski, Robert P. Smith, Paul Wolcott, Gilbert Truman, Richard Vivolo, Peter Tremrnel, Gloria Steianac. Room 224 Miss Struck Row 1, Lett to Right: Nancy Messina, Zora Prezqay, Marianne Patt, Rhonda McKnight, Frances Postage, Carole Phil- lips, Ioanne Messina, Kathleen Lutsch, Barbara Mercurio. Row 2: Mary Ann Pranic, Angela Morocco, Patricia Pilli- teri, Ruby Matsis, Betty Moore, loe Rich- navsky, Daniel O'Donnell, Michael Mar- incich. Row 3: Lou Rankin, William Palanti, lohn MacDonald, Robert Miku- lin, Emerson Perrine, Harold Meeker, Bill Whitecotton, Al Malandro. Row 4: Ronnie Morsillo, larnes Passell, William McKee, Robert Miller, Kenneth Myers, Iohn Priester, lohn Macieiewski, Fred Mondok. Room 102 Miss Rock Row 1, Lett to Right: Gloria Salatino, Myrna Livingston, Dianne Roth, Mary Ann Flack, Michael Andrews. Row 2: Sandra Korpa, Cathleen Price, David Geisel, Dominic Pellis, Carole Fleischer, Patricia Bauer. Row 3: James Repas, Edwin Schwartz, Georqe Romo, Kath- leen Bayer, Wilbert Price. "See, this is the way it's done." "Now we'll add a pinch of Uranium 235 andfBLOOlEl 35 THLETIE5 F t M JM h ' .W has ' tx M , ,,..tx-.L if t V rg f . Y J, A . 3 N 'X Mm ' 1 is r.m..rAL95"T su' '1 Competitive hands . .. sure. agile, strong . .. a touchdown to make, a basket to score, a ball to hit . . . losses and victories . . . tears and cheers . . . healthy bodies and healthy minds. 36 37 HU EEUMING- P 'e Hcrii, Rim Piiiiiips and Ci TO III - Three Cheers for Miss Boriiio 1,1 is 5 X i ffcmd cr good had by C1111 Pcrrreii ....... Eiiwood City 33 1 H 3 R A we rr W3 + fri time was g -THE UUEEN AND HER EUUHT- HOMECOMING QUEEN RITA PHILLIPS Senior Attendant .... .... F rcmces Palermo Senior Attendant ...... .... D onna DeMc1rco Iunior Attendant .... .... I udy Chiccczrino Sophomore Attendant .... .... A ndrea Berish 39 Pete Hall Iohn McClaren Iohn Bayer Ciro Busciqlio Farrell... Farrell... ... Farrell Farrell Farrell 5 uf ,, r S I , ,it ,it L if if .Li gs 1555-55 S C O R E S l3 ai Erie Academy . . . . 5 l9 at Niles, Ohio . . .... 20 l2 Schenley ..... .. 6 39 at Vanderqriit .. .... 27 26 Ellwood City . . . l2 K F ,M i,.l, F l Q 2 ' , ' 5 n Charles Adams loseph Booth Left to Right: t Assistant Coach lohn Popadak avi Head Coach Anthony Paulelcas lohn McClaren Pete Hall Assistant Coach William Garqanc 40 wi ,K mggggj' 'X mi " REEUHD S C O R E S Farrell ........ 7 New Castle . . . . . . . .26 Farrell ........ 39 Beaver Falls . . . . . . l3 Farrell ........ 32 Hickory .... . . . O Farrell ........ l3 at Altoona . . . . . . . .20 Farrell ........ l8 Sharon . . , . . . O H- fiigfi? W ,,,,,,,,..,,Mv.H.,...+,-.-H-e.,.tW. . - Tom Bowser Carley Keats John Sava lack Work Dan Mascara Bill Needels Richard Waidc -SE IUH EHEEHLEAUEHS- Frrmcos Drcibivk ,gf 'nw Ima-12' ,f QL: -- , W W. Adriglrlue Mdlvuin Tori-SSG A15-110 -THE FUUTBALL SUUA - Sag:-rwif K ,. ,.,,,,,,vi,,,. is ii, .t,-2f1'f- H .gsm Y W f:,.f,s,gfrfWQ,,,fa . g f l SL Ka zxg'1z:sg:,qzei2,qiaiiw4WW , ,1 ' ', W6 Q L dl 75 Y T W? z ffff 5 , , Row 1: Left to Right: Franklin Moyer, Bill Roach, Bill Bernard, Bob Latsko, Ralph Dresch, Harvey Raverscratt, Dick Weber, lerry Haniak, Mike Cannone, and Arron Smith. Row 2: loe Booth, Tom Bowser, lohn McLaren, Frank Powell, Bill Needels, Carley Keats, Pete Hall, Ciro Busciglio, Charles Adams, lohn Sava, lack Work, Danny Mascaro, and Dick Waida. Row 3: Wade Iohnson, lames Hutz, Kenny Meyers, Harvey Thomas, Denny Bayer, Don lones, Bill lones, Bob Havrilla, Roger Chuderwicz, Mike Lampkins, and English Price. Row 4: Mark Davis, Manager, Pete Tremmel, Dick Morocco, lohn Popadak, Line Coach, Anthony Paulekas, Head Coach, Bill Garqano, Back Field Coach, Ed Matuscak, Trainer, Fred Wells, Andy Scarmack, and lim Eqleskey, Manager. THE 1955 FUUTBALL HEE0l2tlQl The Farrell High Night Riders finished their 1955 season with a record of seven wins and three losses. Coached by Mr. Anthony Paulekas and his assistants, Iohn Popadak, William Gargano, Stephen Delpero, Russell Phillips, and trainer Paul Matuscak, the boys had a successful season in spite of their lack of weight and experience. This year the boys did not train at camp, but worked out on our practice field. The Farrell High Night Riders began their season by de- feating Erie Academy with a score of 13-6. Farre1l's attack was spearheaded by the running and passing of quarterback Pete Hall, who was ably assisted by the pass-receiving of little lerry Haniak, lohn "loker" McLaren place-kicked the point after the touchdown. Although Farrell won the game, the team lost the services of lack Work, who broke his leg and was not able to play the rest of the season. The Night Riders were handed their first loss of the season when Niles edged them by a score of 20-19 on the Niles grid- iron. Niles dominated the first quarter, tallying on the open- ing kickoff and twice more before the frame ended. Two extra points made it 20-0 at the end of the first quarter. ln the second quarter, Night Rider fullback loe Booth, sparked by the quarter- backing of Pete Hall, scored a pair of touchdowns to cut the score to 20-12. A pass play to end lerry Haniak and an extra point made it 20-19 as the Niles eleven took over with minutes to go. A desperate attempt to go ahead was made by the Night Riders in the last minute of play when Farrell recovered a Niles fumble on the Niles 33-yard line. However, an inter- cepted pass by Niles ended the game with Niles the victor 20-19. The second victory of the season came when the Night Riders defeated Pittsburgh Schenley 12-6 at the Farrell field, where a heavy downpour prevented any second-half scoring. Pete Hall of Farrell scored the first touchdown on a 55 yard runback of an intercepted pass early in the game. The next to score was Eugene Davis of Schenley as he plunged over from the 6--yard line after a 61-yard drive, ln the second frame, loe Booth ran over for the Paulekasmen for their second and final touchdown. The Farrell High Night Riders increased their winning streak by defeating Vandergrift with a score of 39-27. ln the first quarter galloping ,loe Booth sparked the march to the goal line where Lampkins went over for the touchdown. As the quarter ended, Chuderwicz intercepted a pass on the Vander- grift 28 and ran it to the 5-yard line: and lohnson went in for the touchdown from the five to begin the second quarter. After a 45--yard drive, loe Booth crossed the line to score again for the Night Riders. With a touchdown and extra point tallied by Vandergrift, the half ended. ln the third period McLaren inter- cepted a Vandergritt pass and ran forty-five yards for a touch- down. Hall passed into the end zone to add the extra point. At the opening of the wild fourth quarter Vandergrift scored and made the extra point. Price in turn ran the Vandergritt kickoff from the ten, and lohnson went over for six. Busciglio kicked the extra point. Vandergrift scored the next touchdown, but the Night Riders tallied another six and an extra point. Vandergrift's last touchdown came as the gun sounded with Farrell the victor. Sparked by sensational running throughout the entire game, the Farrell High Night Riders scored their first WPIAL win over Ellwood City 26-12. A 52 yard march by loe Booth, a 30 yard iaunt by Al Lampkins, a 83 yard run by Wade lohn- son, and a 74 yard sprint by lohn McLaren accomplished the scoring for the Night Riders, McLaren kicked the extra points. E1lwood's two touchdowns came when Goshill crossed the line twice in the fray, once after a pass interception by Frazier of Ellwood. Farrell's first defeat in the WPIAL went to New Castle as the Red Hurricanes powerhoused their way to a surprising 26-7 win. They struck with sudden force, pushing across two touchdowns in the first four minutes of the game, then wrap- ping it up with additional tallies in the second and third quar- ters. Farrell's only score came on a lateral from Pete Hall to Wade lohnson which was good for 14 yards and culminated a 41-yard drive by Coach Paulekas's squad. Although the Night Riders faced bigger defensive men, they rornped over the Beaver Falls Tigers 39-13, scoring every quarter. In the first frame, loe Booth scored on a 40 yard run, while the second quarter of play saw Al Lampkins made the score 12-0. The Fallsmen scored on a pass play, but Larnpkins scored again from the 1 yard line to make it 20-6. ln the sec- ond half, Booth scored again on an end run following Mike Cannone's interception of a Beaver pass. Another Farrell touchdown was scored when Wade lohnson passed to Carley Keats. The Tigers then tallied again to make the score 33-13. Pete Hall sneaked over in the fourth for Farrell's final touch- down. Paced by the running of loe Booth and lohn McLaren and the passing of quarterback Pete Hall, the Paulekasmen racked up another impressive victory defeating the Hickory Hornets 32-0. The first half score was 26-0. This allowed Coach Paule- kas to bring his reserves into the game during almost the entire second half. The Night Riders suffered their third loss of the season at the hands of the Altoona Mountain Lions at Altoona on No- vember 4. Farrell scored first on a sneak by quarterback Hall, but Altoona ran the kickoff back to knot the score. The half ended a 7-7 tie. Altoona scored in this period to make it 14-7. Lampkins went 30 yards to score, but Farrell missed the point after touchdown and trailed 14-13. Altoona passed for their last touchdown late in the fourth quarter and the game ended 20-13, ln the traditional climax of the season, the Farrell Night Riders, with lances sharpened, cut down the Sharon Tigers 18-0. Farre1l's charged-up eleven turned the tables by pow- ering across two touchdowns in the second quarter and adding another on a 39 yard aerial in the third. Meanwhile Sharon's attack was stoped cold by Farrell's forward wall. The power- ful running of loe Booth and the sprinting of Al Lampkins gave the Night Riders their big punch. The victory was Farrel1's first over the Bengals since 1951. With the defeat of Sharon, the Farrell team completed ils season for 1955. The seniors who played their last game for Farrell High are Pete Hall, lohn McLaren, Iohn Bayer, Ciro Bus- ciglio, Charles Adams, loseph Booth, Tom Bowser, Carley Keats, lohn Sava, lack Work, Dan Mascaro, Bill Needels, and Richard Waida. an 'N w ?5fS??f1 , AS 52 ' 5 igvw ..,Q. :5: : , . z -v sf Q :- Q, , 2, .Q vi, TW-w. PETE HALL ALFRED LAMPKINS IAMES TALBERT DON I ONES JOHN MCLAREN 4 E3 DENNY BAYE1 PENN STATE IILASS RICHARD DANIELS NORMAN GARTNER SYLVANIA CHA PIU S H 77 Farrell ...... 57 Farrell .,.... 66 Farrell ...... 6l Farrell .,.... 59 Farrell ...... 24 l' afrell ....., 53 Farrell ...... 62 Farrell ....., 64 Farrell . .,... 62 Farrell ,..... 62 Farrell ....,. 38 Farrell ...... 65 Farrell ....., Sl Farrell .,.... 62 Farrell ...... 56 Farrell ..,... 52 Farrell ....,. 70 Farrell ,.., . ,SZ Farrell ,... . .50 Farrell, ..,. ,623 Farrell ...,.. 57 Farrell .,.... 52 Farrell ....., 61 Playoffs THE 1955-56 RECORD At Yatmastowrr South ... East Llverynzial .,..... 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CState Clrampionslriyv Firralsl 40 6t 45 58 252 57 46 59 38 78 23 53 46 43 55 39 62 40 46 36 40 38 63 88 44 68 48 73 40 46 41 80 34 70 56 83 60 57 45 IOE MORSILLO ENGLISH PRICE EDWARD IANOSKO .4 gf THE VARSITY Row 1: Left to Right: Iohn McLaren, Pete Hall, Don lones, Denny Bayer, Iames Talbert, and Richard Daniels. Row 2: Alfred Lampkins, Ronnie Morsillo, Ed lanosko, Mike Cannone, lerry Haniak, and Norman Gartner. Row 3: Iames Carlos fManaaerJ, Ioe Morsillo, Tom Stanek, English Price, and lohn Klecic CManaqerl. RECORD Won 27 Losi 4 BASKETBALL RESERVES Row 1: Left to Right: Iarnes Repas, Rich- ard Morocco, Iohn Priester, Harvey Tho- mas, Robert Belcik, Pet Chiccarino, Rich- ard Lee, Iarnes Fabian. Row 2: Wade Iohnson, Mark Maqnotto, Iohn Dre-sch, George Krantz, Paul Lipak, lack Thomp- son, Coach William Canterna. Row 3: Manager D e n n i s lenninqs, Ralph Dresch, Franklin Moyer, Ronald Pendel, Aaron Smith, Manager Ernest Hlinske. RECORD Won 13 Lost 6 Although almost totally inexperienced at the start of the 1955 season, the Farrell High Steelers, coached by Edward I. McCluskey, came through to win the P.l.A.A. Class A Crown, the third in five years for the Steelers, and extended the home winning streak to ninety-six straight games. ln the pre-season exhibition contests, the Athletic Department followed its policy of book- ing some of the strongest teams in Pennsylvania and Ohio, among them East Liverpool, a strong Ohio teamp Canton McKinley, Ohio Class A runner-up, Monessen, WPlAL runner-up, and Washington, Pennsylvania sectional contender. The Steelers won their first laurels early in the season, winning the third Annual Lions' Club lnvitational Tournament by defeating the 49 Basketball Coach Mr. Edward McCluskey Palmerton High Bombers. Pete Hall received the Best Player award in the tournament. Also in pre-season competition, the Steelers played in the Crippled Children's Benefit Game in the Pitt Fieldhouse, losing to Mclieesport. Although the Steelers lost their first Section 3 contest to New Castle, they finished their stint in what is considered the toughest section in the WPIAL with a l2-2 record, the only other loss being to the Sharon Tigers. ln the course of sectional play, the Steelers snapped an 8- game streak held by Al Como's Ellwood City five. The McCluskeymen went on to snap other streaks in the WPIAL playoffs at the Pitt Field- house. Carnegie, who was undefeated with a 23 game string, lost to Farrell in the WPIAL semi-finals. The Steelers finished off Derry, Stowe, and Carnegie and then dumped Mones- sen for the WPIAL championship. 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Q3 2 sf 5 ' j f? 1 wif af Ref' 'Q e . Row 1: Lei! to Rxghl Carol Hall Head Mmorette Row2 Mary Ann Flack Myrna Livingston Nancy Settles Wanda Perm Row3 Cynthla T1bO19f Cathy Prxce Ioann Vlask. COLOR GUARDS Lett to Right: Daniel Pustinqer, Steve Banjak, lohn Kocis, lerry Chiccarino. THE RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Row 1: Left to Right: ludy Scardina. Row 2: Sally Horton, and Mary Kladitis. Row 3: Marie Drabick, Patricia Tornmins, and Mary Ann Kelly. THE HARD WORKING BAND MANAGERS Left to Right: David Harakal, David Quarterson, and Steve Wasko. IUNIOR HIGH W.P.I.A.L. CHAMPIONS Section 15 Row 1: Left to Right: Robinson Ford, loseph Testa, Fritz Orben, Bob Bernard, Leroy Pintar, Frank Papay. Row 2: Peter White, Peter Ian- lcovich, lerry Dorulla, Anthony Zajac, Iohn Kaibas, Kenneth Klarner. Row 3: Ira Ray, Frank Sincelc, Walter Mclieithan, Ronald Hei- rnan, manager Leonard Viselli, coach Robert Trornbacco. Iunior W.P.l.A.L. Section l5 Champions in- clude: Sharon, Butler, Georqe Washinqton and Benjamin Franklin New Castle lunior High. Overall recordfl4 Wins l defeat Section recordf 7 Wins l defeat SPRING Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Wonf6 April I9 Hubbard " 22 Farrell May 2 Farrell May 6 Farrell SPUHTS PHUEHAM l955 BASEBALL 9 at Mt. Iackson 1 2 at Wampum 5 3 at Union Twp. 6 4 Bessemer at Farrell 2 6 Mt. lackson at Farrell l 2 Wampum at Farrell I 8 Union Twp. at Farrell 1 l7 at Bessemer 2 Lost-2 Coaches Iohn Popodak William Canterna TRACK 43 at Farrell 75 61 at Grove City 57 3l Niles 5516 - Girard 6316 50273 Youngstown North 5816 Coaches Anthony Paulekas William Garqano ATHLETIC COUNCIL Mr. Anthony I. Pintar ............................. President Mr. Ralph Dresch ...................... Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Iohn Hetra Mr. Anthony Paulekas Mr. Edward I. McCluskey Mr. Iohn Popadak BOARD OF EDUCATION ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Mr. Walter A. Bresky ............................ Chairman Mr. Bronko Generalovich ..................... Co-Chairman Mr. Edward S. Purich 53 UHGA IZ 4 t .K x A 1 Xb ,, mi! -1- rf' X X X 1 , K N 1 F4 fl Wd, lb X i THEANO KLADITI5 X ' Co-operative hands . . . a crack of the gavel . . . order, roll call . . . old business, new business 1 . . . p ans for this and plans ior that . . . arguments for and arguments against . . . a show of hands . . . meeting adiourned. 54 55 THE FIRST AND SECOND CLARINET Row 1. Left to Right: lean Giovanelli, Eleanor Vermeire, Barbara Bobby, Rosemary Gar- qano, Sandra Madura. Row 2: Peter lanko vich, Frank Trenqa, Randy Cicen, Michael Andrews, Ronald l-leiman, Ronald Gatty. TRUMPET SECTION Row 1, Leit to Right: Robert Bianco, Carmen Capozzoli, Robert McCabe, Ioseph Gasperich, lohn Salatino, Row 2: lohn Pavlovich, Steve Novosel, David Geisel, Kalman Gancsos, lohn Koshan, Ralpb Morocco. FLUTE AND SAXOPHONE SECTION Row 1, Left to Right: Carol Fleischer, Patricia Mikulin, Marguerite Arcade, Patricia Bauer, Nancy Berger. Row 2: Charles Latcheran, Daniel Antonio, Ronald Pendel, Dominic Pellis. FRENCH HORN AND BASS SECTION Row 1, Leit to Right: Dianne Roth, Marilyn Miller, Lucy Curcio, Donald Zikmund, Gloria Salatino. Row2: Robert Greqorich, Delrna Pearson, Howard Nathan, Larry Miller, Harriet Buchanan. 56 F H. S. VARSITY HA D Mr THIRD CLARINETS Row 1, Left to Right: Charlotte Raketich, Maria Couzens, Iudyth Lampkins, Sandra Korpa, Vic- toria Mudrinich. Row 2: Antonia Spanja, Ross Royal, Paul Kudelko, Louis Nicoloff, Alfred Lacamera. BARITONE AND TROMBONE SECTION Row 1, Left to Right: Tom Hornyak, lames Re- pas, Robert Basilone, Thomas Paczak. Row 2: Iohn Gutta, George Hurney, loseph Lazich, Wilbert Price, Phillip Berger. PERCUSSION SECTION Row l, Left to Right: Iohn Sitornis, Gerald Hur- ayt, Edward Schwartz, William Latcheran, Gerald Leonard. Row2: Kathleen Bayer, Ioseph Rartallo, George Homo, Thomas DiSilvio. 57 -H - James V. Scanqa, Euuductnr PAHHELL Hllil-l lVlr. Samuel J 1ST SOPRANOS Row 1, Left to Right: 'Ioanne Yazvac, Shirley Richardson, 'Carol Flaqnelli, Kathleen Lutsch, 'Dianne Roth, Nancy Ber- aer. Row Z: 'Carol Phillips, Donna Keeler, 'Margaret O'Sha- nic, 'Augusta Stanek, 'Frances Drabick. Row 3: Elaine Doug- las, 'Anna Matthews, 'Gerald- ine Cerra, 'Veronica Krznar, 'Mary Smith. ZND SOPRANOS Row 1, Lett to Right: 'Betty Hranko, 'Pat Bauer, 'Wanda Perm, 'Lynn Baldriqe, 'Arlene Fahr, 'Sally Horton. Row Z: Pat Mikulin, 'Theresa Aiello, 'Ruth Baran, 'Franzetta Williams, 'Do- lores lackson. Row 3: Rosemary Mendicino, 'lanice Groii, 'Vic- toria Mudrinich, 'Sandra Korpa, Margaret Holiqa, Helen Biqa. 1 ST ALTOS Row 1, Left to Right: 'Gloria Sal- atino, 'Michalene Bobish, 'Do- lores l-lansley, 'Gloria Testa- secca, 'Antonia Spanjia, 'Mar- querite Arcade. Row 2: 'Eleanor Vermeire, 'Nina Caqno, 'Ioann Vlask, 'Elaine Takash, Mary Banks. Row 3: 'Barbara Bobby, Lois Cherry, Mary Beth Lewis, 'Martha Hornyak, 'Rose Penola. ' Members of A Capella Choir SEHUUL EU CERT CHUIH Eampaqrta, EUllllUClUf 2ND ALTOS Row 1, Left to Right: 'lean Gio- vanelli, ludy Sanford, 'ludy Siri- anni, 'Cathie Craig, 'Dorothy Bono. Row Z: Marcy Pedas, 'Frances Palermo, 'Helen Tatus- ko, 'Norma lean Carr, 'Cathy Rufio. Row 3: Ianice Sarcinella, 'Rosalie Crivello, Pat Tommins, 'Rhonda McKnight, 'Delma Pear- son. TENORS Row 1, Left to Right: Robert Car. nino, Edward Daniels, 'Edward Walker, Ierry Franek, 'Mike An- drews, 'lohn Koshan. ROWZ: 'Howard Horton, William Scott, Nick Paldino, 'Frank Trenqa, 'Donald Caqiqas, 'loe Palanti. Row 3: Alan Speizer, Lionel Bell, 'Richard Morocco, 'Charles Latcheran, Peter Chiccarino. BASSES Row 1, Left to Right: Francis Stil- tinger, Angelo Suso, 'Steve Was- ko, Mark Magnolto, Samuel De- Lane. Row2: 'loseph Ranallo, 'Robert Mikulin, 'David Geisel, 'Ralph Morocco, 'lohn Pavlo- vich, 'Steve Novosel. Row 3: 'lerry Stiftinqer, 'Frank Galardo, 'lames Repas, 'William Latch, eran, 'Steve Banjak. ' Members of A Capella Choir DHA ATIES Cast of "The Case of the Sulky Girl' Gn Friday, March l8, l955 the Thespian Club produced "Girl Crazy", a hilarious come edy adapted from the musical comedy of the same name, All the members of the cast were members of the Thespian Club. The plot ref volved around the adventures of a wealthy playboy who was sent to the dipalidated fam- ily ranch in Arizona because his family thought that a year out where men are men and girls are scarce would be just what he needed. The scenes of the play are full of fun and fast action. The cast included Andy Fecik, lohn Sava, Kath' leen Miller, Melvin Choolitch, Marianna Moldf ovan, lohn Kocis, Eleanor Broscoe, lerry Leon- ard, Charles Latcheran, Frances Besich, Ralph Morocco, Adeline Morocco, Theresa Aiello, Tom DiSilvio, Guy Guerino, Frances Campbell, Betty Biga. The next high school production was the charming costume play, "One Foot in Heaven." The story of a minister and the problems of his family and parishioners. The play was pro- duced Friday, April 22, 1955 at the lunior High Auditorium. The following students played the various roles in the production: Paul Hoskins, Arlene Rupert, Eleanor Broscoe, lackie Cline, Bob Mikulin, Pat Mikulin, lohn Mcliitrick, Eddie Schwartz, Dora Andrie, George Nauman, Kath- leen Miller, lohn Klecic, Ianice Groff, Rita Tam- "Gir1 Crazy" as their annual production. The Thespian Club presented TIEPAHTME T Proof that variety adds spice to any program was indicated in our last three productions. The past season included a farce, a comedy, and a melodrama. Actiont Laughterl Thrillsl ber, Mary Ann Pantera, Ierry Stiftinger, Ioe Ban- allo, and lane Nicastro. The Teddy acting awards for the 1954-55 season were given to Marianna Moldovan for her performance in "My Little Margie" and to Paul Hoskins for his portrayal of Bev. Spence in "One Foot in Heaven." 'The first production for the l955-56 season was "The Case of the Sulky Girl", a Perry Ma- son mystery. The cast included the following students: Bob Mikulin, Gloria Meizlik, Eleanor Vermeire, Tom DiSilvio, Iohn Klecic, lim Carlos, Gloria Stefanac, Howard Horton, Tim Passell, loanne Stephanopoulos, Mary Ann Kopen, and Barbara Bauer. The stage crew of the plays included lohn Kocis, Howard Horton, Bill Latcheran, lim Car- los, Charles Latcheran, Dan Pustinger, Bob Thomas, Rosalie Crivello, Mary Ann Flack, and Sandra Chiodog whose assistance and efficien- cy made the productions worth-while. The plays were all directed by Miss Kath- ryn Polyzou of the Speech and Dramatics De- partment. SE IUH TBI-Hl-Y ofa? 5 t .K .. 2 5 9 Row 1. Left to Right: Theano Kladitis, Donna Pearson, Gloria Gray, Corrine Miller, Bernadette Belcik, Mercedes Bas- tide, Mary Beth Lewis, Stella Wasko, Dolores I-lansley, Adrianne Mcllvain, Veronica Krznar, and Thomasina Kapec. Row Z: loy Raqan, Teressa Aiello, Frances Drabiclc, Dorothy Chaluplca, Michaelene Bobish, Jeanette Rina, Mary Lou Kudray, Sandra l-loitrnan, Margaret O'Shanic, Wilberta Amos, Frances Campbell, Ianice Thomas. Row 3: Kathryn Steibly, Rosalie Crivello, Ioyce Stephonapoulos, Donna Deftflarco, Rose Marie Holiga. l:l TRI-HI-Y CABINET MISS ALICE GRIFFITH, Faculty Advisor Seated, Lett to Right: Bernadette Belcik, Mary Beth Lewis, Corrine Miller, Stella Wasko. Standing: lucly Freebie, Mercedes Bastide, Rosemarie Holiqa. 62 UNlUPt Till-Hl-Y Q' A .cw flags 'FMT Row 1, Lett to Right: Lynne Baldriqe, Marianne Pat, Pat Lichvar, loann Messina, ludy Chiccarino, Delores Kudellco, Sandra Barret, Rhonda McKnight, Phyllis Scarmack, Ruth Baran, Ruby Matsis. Row 2: Frances Postage, Ernelie Sme- qa, Marie White, Goldie Williams, Sandra l-lillwia, loyce lohnson, loy lepson, Pat Wolqast, loan Saloski, Geneva Bridges, Deloris Brodie. Row 3: Gloria Stefanic, Mary Ellen Branzovich, Elaine Barhat, lanet Chrisholrn, Pat Stone, lanice Scarcinella, loan Steihly, lean Toriello, Iennifer Beil, Pat Kovacs. SUPHUMUHE Till-Hl-Y MISS LILLIAN KITTING, ---- Fcrculty Advisor Front Row. Kneeling, Lett to Right: E. Gross, I. Kanzic, M. Klaric, G. l-laines, B. Waters, S. Gregory, I. Dora. Row 1: G. Newland, S. Wasko, M. A. Kopen, E. Costanza, A. I-Xrendas, S. Horton, l. Sirianni, H. Robinson. Row 2: P. Ro- gan, l. Yazvac, M. Kladitis, P. Wayne, I. Sanford, B. Stanton, S. Llewellyn, P. Rossi, P. Pavone, P. Tonimins, G. Meiz- lik. Row 3: N. Verholek, M. I-loliqa, S. lanes, C. Ponder, l. Machuqa, D. Rotell, M. Kelly. Row 4: R. Mindicino, R. Mas- trian, A. Rupert, W. Parker, M. Pedas, G. Testasocca, S. Matusick, M. Banks, F. Waller. Row 5: M. L. Evanchan, R. Wise, P. Messina, B. Vernille, M. Smith, R. M. Lonzi, S. Krause, l. Liptoclc. Row 6: M. Ulica, l. Hudak, l. Scardina, S. Miller, l. DeCa1oua, R. M. Patrizi, M. Sonoqa, M. Lyons, R. M. Yankovich. 63 ,W an 9 1. J' V 3263. iv?" ,, . I . 1 H f I , Y , .M bmw. ., Q., .,,,. L., -4 t W W.. . ..f . ..r"" THE NIGHT RIDER STAFF MISS MARY ZAHARIOU. Faculty Advisor Row 1, Left to Riqhi: C. Matthews, D. Bono, B. I. Bulcovinsky, D. Bono, C, Raketich. Row 2: T. Bonacci, M. Banks, D. l-loina, E. Takash, I. Beil, P. Kovacs, P. Hancock, S. Chiodo, I. Bohach. Row 3: Miss Mary Zahariou, advisor, I. Kocis, assistant editor: T. DiSilvio, edilor-in-chief, D. Pearson, manaainq editor, H. Horton, assistant editor, A, Sparqo, R. l-loyney, B, Crivello, I. Berqer, B. Stanton, C. Hall, A. Mcllvain, V. Krzysielc, P. Tommins. Row 4: P. Lichvar, E. Con- stanza, I. Chisholm, I, Ranallo, I, Preeble, M. B. Lewis, Row 5: I. Cline. A. Stanek, P. Hall, I. Carlos. u',.lE5 ' NIGHT RIDER HOME ROOM MANAGERS MISS OLGA GOIDICS. Faculty Advisor Row l, Left to Right: I. David, S. Horton, B. I. Bukovinsky, S. Korpa, R. Baran, R. McKnight, C. Price, D. I-lorna, M. Clo- veslco, B. Phillips, G, Williams, G. Meizlik, P. Tommins, I. Yazvac, P. Pillitteri, S. Iones. Row 2: A. Arendas, E, Cos- tanza, A. Stanek, B. Belcik, M. Bastide, E. Vermeire, D. Kudelko, I. Scardina, W. Haun. Row 3: M. B. Lewis, B. M. Holiaa, M. Lyons, M. Maqnotto, T. Stanek, P. Yatslco, B. Pendel, I. Franek, D. Eqercic. 64 ,,.-v"' -pn gkalgxs ?V ! ,ff :ff 5 I .. as MISS MARY ZAHARIOU Faculty Advxsor , Rosalie Crivello . . . . Iudy Freeble- Mary Arm Pranic Dorothy Chalupka N15 ix rg!! we y. f .QQFS2 1 F 5 MR ALFRED MALATESTA Faculty AdV1SOT PTES1d9l'1t ..... John Klecic VICG Pres1deni ...., Ierry Pranek Secretary Treasurer . . Ioyce DeCapua MISS SARAH IEAN CLARK. MISS CELIA BURNS. Faculty Advisors President ............................................ Adrianne Mcllvain Vice President ..... . . . Barbara Aslcernese Secretary-Treasurer .. .... Bernadette Belcik ms G HOMEMAKERS CLUB MISS FRANCES DURITSA, Faculty Advisor Row 1, Leit to Right: Frances Campbell, Alma Leslie, Frances Short, Nancy Austin, Mabel Campbell. Row 2: Carol Bing, Mary Leu Kudray, Virainia Krysielc, Bernadette Franek, Leree Wise, Shirley Richardson, Sue Carroll, Geraldine Haines. Row 3: Fay Myers, Audrene Splitstene, Shirley Thomas, Shirley Renae, Patricia Vtfayne, Marian Austin, lulia Leak, Barbara Hep- son, Gwen Hyman. Row4: Betty Clai- bourne, Mary Badolate, Dolores laclcsen, Barbara Prezaay, Danna Ernerich, lrma Crirn. Row 5: Loretta Lenzi, Theresa Ben' acci, Carole Casaccia, Ruth Crim, Elsie larrett, G6 B. T. Y.'s MISS LILLIAN KITTING. Faculty Advisor Row 1. Left to Right: Shirley Baker, Kathryn Steibly, Sandra Geisel, Bar- hara Crosthwaite, Betty Moere, Miss Kittina, Rosemary Bonacci, loy lep- sen, loyce lohnson, Patricia Knapp, Sandra Hillwiq, Nancy Messina. Row2: Bernadine Aielle, Virainia Zappa, Virginia Guisetti, Patricia Kevac, Delores Gray, Anqela Mer' oeco, Arlene Sparqe, ludy Burger, Marie Fuace. " iw. - -' F THE CONSERVATION CLUB MR. IOHN CHIODO, Faculty Advisor President . . .... . . . . . Vice President ..... Secretary-Treasurer .. Historian . ..... ,. PROIECTIONISTS MR. ALFRED MALATESTA, Faculty Advisor Front Row: Michael Faber, Robert Calvin, Louis Ro- sati, Gerald Usnarski, David Eqercic, Robert Carnino, Iohn Staul, Bill Whitecotton, Iarnes Eqelsky. Row 2: Mr, Malatesta, Anthony Gabriel, Danny Balluch, Thomas Ganzy, Dorothy Chalupka, Gloria Gray, Gol- die Williams, Barbara Askemese, Sandra Geisel, Mary Beth Lewis, Irma Crim. Top Row: Ralph Bent, ly, Alan Speizer, Paul Yatsko, Ray Fuoco, loseph Cupurdija, John Draqash, Anthony De Martinis, Rich- ard Cheza, Sam Aqresti. .. Terry Kilgore Aaron Borthwick .. Paul Scarvel Richard NVE-iDSI 7? ELECTRONICS CLUB MR. DAVID SCHIRMER. Faculty Advisor Lett to Right, around the table: loseph Supel, Mr. Schirrner, Ralph Bentley, Andrew Kubyako, Lee Harsh, Raymond Fuoco. Left to Right, in the background: Frank Klecic, Audie Tolne, Eugene Quar- terson, larnes Castiqlione. 67 QL SENIOR HI-Y MR. RALPH DRESCH, Faculty Advisor Row 1, Left to Right: Steve Baniak, Phillip Brown, Bill Latcheran, Robert Mikulin, Ioe Ranallo, Ierry Haniak, Dan Pustincger, Steve Wasko, and Bill Bernard. Row 2: Iohn Sava, lack Work, Gerald Leonard, Ralph Morocco, John Klecic, Alan Stahl, Mike Cannone, Carley Keats, David Levine. Row 3: Robert Havrilla, lerry Stiitinqer, lohn Maa- notto, Eugene Quarterson, Dan Mascaro, lim Carlos, Denny Bayer, Roger Chuderwicz, Pete Hall, Mike Berks. PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCERS MISS KATHRYN POLYZOU, Faculty Advisor Seated, Lett to Right: Iohn Klecic, Phillip Brown, Robert Milculin, Steve Wasko, Jerry Stifiinaer, and lohn Kocis. Leit to Right: Aug- usta Stanek and Teressa Aiello. TESTING STAFF MISS MARY SCARDINA, Faculty Advisor Seated, Left to Right: Monica Cloveslco, Stella Wasko, Rhonda Mcliniqht. Standing, Left to Right: Dorothy Chalupka, Ruth Baron, Shirley Linqenfelter. 68 in COMMERCIAL CLUB MRS. MARY IONES, Faculty Advisor Row 1. Left to Right: Sandra Chiodo, Theresa Goda, Sandra Hoi'fman, Monica Clovesko, Martha Gates, ludy McCauley, Rita Phillips. Row 2: Theano Kladitis, Dolores Hansley, leanette Giovanelli, Joanne Vlask, Donna Pearson, loAnn Bohach, Ruth Hoyney, loy Ragan, Iaclcie Cline, Frances Palermo. Row 3: Corrine Miller, Stella Waslco, Agnes Richter, Marva Gaffney, lanice Zelch, Geraldine Darlington, Gloria Gray, Barbara Regis, Phyllis Sandroclc, Fay Hancock, Dorothy Cha- lupka, Catherine Rufio, and Betty Hranko. THESPIAN CLUB MISS KATHRYN POLYZOU, Faculty Advisor Front Row, Left to Right: Ralph Morocco, Dolores Bono, Patricia Mikulin, Treasurer, lanice GroH, Torn DiSilvio, Presidentp lackie Cline, Secretary, Miss Polyzou, Sponsor. Row 2: Charles Latch- eran, Vice-president: Dan Pustinger, Theresa Aiello, Dorothy Bono, Historian: Sandra Chiodo, Frances Campbell. Row 3: lohn Sava, lohn Kocis, Howard Horton, Virginia Zappa, Ierry Leonard. Row 4: 'lp 0 0 Bob Milculin, Bill Latcheran, lim Carlos, Ralph Bentley, Adrienne Mcilvain, Ioyce Stephanopoulos, Rosalie Crivello. 1 O LIBRARY STAFF MRS. THELMA BRICE. Faculty Advisor Row 3, Leit to Right: Mrs. Brice, Lila Moyer, Florence Ortez, Mary Beth Lewis, Augusta Stanek. Row 2: lennifer Beil, Shirley Baker, Delores Brodie, Nancy Austin, Elizabeth Costanza. Row 1: Phyl- lis Sanclrock, Geraldine Haines, Elaine Takash, Gloria Gray. ATTENDANCE STAFF MRS. MARY IONES, Faculty Advisor Front Row. Left to Right. iront to back: Gloria Gray, Donna Pear- son, Betty Hranko, leanette Giovanelli. Row 2: loAnn Bohach, Dorothy Chalupka, Martha Gates, Theano Kladitis, Frances Paler- mo. Row 3: Agnes Richter, Fay Hancock, Dolores Hansley, Ioanne Vlask. 69 SUIII L BTI ITIES -- 5 ', .r i F ,I , - W Q,., D Ei? V " it , 1 f yt xii: X x x f PAT mrxvl-:N The touch of your hand music chcxperones an perfumed air soft lights, soft d punch corscxqes driiting couples minutes ileetin b . d SOOI1. g y cm time for parting . . . all too 7U EA TEE EUMMITTEE CANTEEN COMMITTEE Row 1, Siczndinq, Left to Riqhi: Steve Bcxnjuk, Edward Icxnosko. Row 2. Sitting: Adrianne Mdlvoin Mcrricxnn Pont, Gloria Meizlik, Ioan Steibly, Ioyce DeCc1puu. Row 3: Mark Magnetic, Steve Novosel Robert Mikulin, Danny Antonio. Our very popular cage dance get toqethers. xr The jitierbuqqinq Bonos, Tre and Put. 72 A - ,ANUIU5 - HERE AND THERE HT"FLlC'l1f T ' I.f'x,15C1z:x1'f rl, fix. Chips, BLIHSCY' Bpzllgs, Fvil, ffU,C1e.::z1 wud 'V1 ki I.y11r1', Siww holding up flue gym flcgor, Hot Lips Berfyel, Chief Wllllilfb, All 15 RIS Ari Dm-ss, "May 1 quota ycnu Mr. Mf,1YC'JI'?'l, A liqhi llmalx. 3 ,M ,,,h 4 m iii R052 H?',wv'i5i5w .Huy gi ,. ,, 'K 1 ' wifi' H' g A 44,3 Q il! r""w f ., W W 5 it :fb y !"1,, in, ix HQ.- M 5 CLASS DAY IDORA PARK, HERE WE COME." 75 -1- SENIUR BREAKFAST "OUR LAST MEAL TOGETHER" -" K if r' is 4, M W vga K 3 y 44 x g , -. , U, E ,K 5 E gy f' SMD a t lg if 3 5, , -vf. ' .HY .. 4 , ,fie 12 M, f fi, 1 'f:1ip- I , . 9' . - I 14:91 . 9, I rrkk nf K . W M i - D1 ' W? 'YI in ., .aff wi L, . ,,A , 155551, gi my Q x . xv M, -f5,,,.,f fwzf XY 4 i X IAIFTY-EEUU Il ANNUAL EUIVIME EEME Thursday, Juris E, 1955 Processional . . . ...... ...................... . . . Felix Mendelssohn "War March of the Priests" Farrell Senior High School Band Iames V. Scanga, Director Invocation The Reverend Clemens W. Schirmer, Pastor Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church Farrell, Pennsylvania Vocal Solo .. . . . . Clara Edwards Mariana Moldovan, Soloist Marguerite Arcade, Accompanist Wilma Amos, Iane Nicastro, Mariana Moldovan Introduction of Speaker ......... .,..... ........,........ I o hn Hetra, Superintendent of Schools Commencement Address ................. "Are You Going Somewhere or Iust Traveling?" Dr. Fredric B. Irvin, President Thiel College Greenville, Pennsylvania Honor Roll and Awards .,....................... Anthony I. Pintar, Senior High School Principal Band Selection-"Vincent Youman's Fantasy" ..................... .. . Arranged by Paul Yoder Farrell Senior High School Band Presentation of Diplomas Frank Ursetta, President, Farrell Board of Education Iohn Hetra, Superintendent of Schools Anthony I. Pintar, Senior High School Principal Recessional . . "Pomp and Circumstanceu Farrell Senior High School Band Honor Students ACADEMIC COURSE Arlene Pasacic, First Honors Eleanor Broscoe Frank Dormish Iane Nicastro Dora Andrie Mariana Moldovan Thomas I. Lewis Melvin Choolitch Barbara Yonchak Mary Ann Ivan Patricia Katilua Iohn McKitrick Ralph Marks Sandra Brown GENERAL COURSE Sophia Alli, First Honors COMMERCIAL COURSE Shirley Ann Arendas, First Honors CLASS OFFICERS-1955 Edward Elgar Arlene Rupert, Second Honors Margaret Lee Saralouise Freytag Sam Kartalis Frances Ann Besich Kathleen Miller Margaret Kizima President ..... ............................. . . . Iohn McKitrick Vice President ......................... Ralph Marks Secretary ..... . . . .... . . . Iane Nicastro Awards MUSIC-Farrell Music Guild .......,. ., .......... .... I ane Nicastro, Mariana Moldovan SCIENCE-Farrell Booster Club ........ .................... I ohn McKitrick HONOR KEYS-L. G. Balfour Company ................... ...... A rleen Pasacic, Arlene Rupert MATHEMATICSeFarrell Booster Club ....................... .... .............. T h omas Lewis HIGHEST ACADEMIC COURSE AVERAGE-University Club of Farrell ............ Arlene Pasacic ATHLETICS-SPORTSMANSHIP-Field and Court Club of Farrell . . . ENGLISH'-College Club of Sharon ..............,.............. SCIENCE-Bausch and Lomb Optical Company ............... INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD-Industrial Arts Department ........ COMMERCIAL COURSE AWARD-Farrell Chamber of Commerce . SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR FURTHERING EDUCATION-Wolve VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS AWARD-Farrell Parent-Teacher Association ..................... PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI MEMORIAL AWARD-Penn State Alumni ......,.................,....... VOCATIONAL BEAUTY CULTURE-National Hairdresser's Guild . VOCATIONAL BEAUTY CULTURE SERVICE AWARD-Penn Ohio Beauty Supply ,... Elaine Cline 77 ....PaulGustas . . . . . . Arlene Pasacic Iohn McKitrick David Rupert Shirley Arendas s Club of Farrell .. Iohn Mcliitrick . .. Adeline Mercurio Melvin Choolitch Irene Kidd SE IUHS TNEANO TIS Maturing hands . . . from here to where? . . . graduation . . . a firm handclasp . . . the ending of a career, beginning of a career . . . we dedicate ourselves to a better tomorrow. 78 A I I SE IUHS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ...... .. Ciro Busciqlio Vice President . . . . . . loseph Banallo Secretary .... .. Bernadette Belcik STEERING COMMITTEE Anne Goidics Row 1, Lelt to Right: Thomas DiSilvio, Howard Horton, Virginia Zappa, Barbara Bauer, Mary Beth Lewis, Norma lean Carr, Dawn l-lomcr, Bernadette Belcik, Bernadette Franek. Row 2: George Kaihaz, Nick Patrizi, Anthony Zarella, lack Sanford, Leon Ponder, lee Ranallo, Bill Latcheran. 80 Class Colors Bed and Gray 'I' Class Motto "Lite without learning is death Class Flower Candy-striped Carnation HBernieu ,UI-ren HBGI-tan 1fMOg,r r1Burbn "Shirl" "Sally" "Iulie" "Myrna" "Bernie" Aiello, Bernadine "Outside smallness might reveal, A heart that many worlds would fill." Voc. Beauty Culture B.T.Y. 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural Bowling 3, Field Day Activities 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l. Aiello. Teressa M. "Words, no secret have about them, They're What the heart has said without them." Academic, Chorus 3, Glee Club l-2, P.A. Announcer l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club 1-2, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 1-2-3, Prom Committee 1, Cheerleader l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 1, Canteen Committee 1-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 3. Amos. Wilberta Ilene "Though kindness none can hear or see, Without it life would empty be." Academic, Glee Club 1, Projectionist Staff l-2, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Cafeteria Staff l, Future Nurses Club 2-3. Arcade, Marguerite Ann "The sweet, soft sound of ripples breaking, ls simply laughter in the making." Academic, Band 1-2-3, Band Secretary 3, Chorus l-2-3, Music Coun- cil 1-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Sophomore Prom Aid l, Girls Vocal Trio 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Re- flector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intramural Bowling 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2-3, District Chorus 2, District Band l-2-3. Askerneese. Barbara Iane "Far in the depths of smallness clings, The marks of many precious things." Academic, Glee Club 1, Projectionist Staff 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Latin Club l-2, El Circula Espanol 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l. Baker, Shirley Mae "Where silence lingers, gold stays, And wise is she who little says." Voc. Beauty Culture, Library Assistant l-3, B. T. Y. 2-3, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Library Club Secretary 3. Baldwin. Sally Lou "The greatest things are often hid, With tiny deeds the heart just did." General, Glee Club l, Library Assistant 1, Gym Exhibition 2, Intra- mural 1-2-3, Field Day Activities 2. Ealluch. Iulia Ann D. "The mouth may breathe a worthless sigh, Or pour out words that beautify." Academic, Glee Club l, Tri-Hi-Y l, Latin Club l-2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Night Rider Manager 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 3, Theme Committee 3, Sopho- more Prom Aid l. Bastide. Mercedes L. "Sweet smiles are just foundations laid, To build the heart their warmth has made." Academic, Library Assistant l, Le Cercle Francais l-2, El Circula Espanol 3, Prom Committee l-2, Gym Exhibition 2, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 3, Night Rider Alternate 3, Sr. Breakfast Commit- tee 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Motto Committee 3, Honor Student l-2-3, Student Representative l, Bus Committee 2, Reflector Staff 3, Reflector Editor-in-Chief 3. Belcik, Bernadette M. F. "A smile remains and humor blends, A heart with all possesses friends." Academic, Class Secretary 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y President l-3, Lain Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Night Rider Manager 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, lntramural Volleyball 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club 2-3, Theme Committee 3, Steering Committee 3, Reflector Staff 3, Reflector Feature Editor 3, Essay published in "Young America Speaks." Adams. Charles Iames "This earthly pace would not be right, Without the human appetite." Academic, Latin Club l-2, Varsity Football Squad 2-3, Basketball Reserves l-2, Track Team l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Intramural Bas- ketball 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2, Cafeteria l-2-3, Football Reserves l. Antonio. Daniel lames "The instruments of life are played, So perfectly when friends are made." Industrial Arts, Band I-2 3, Glee Club 2, Canteen Committee I-2-3, Intramural Basketball l-2, Electronics Club l-2. Eucich, Michael R. "It doesn't take much to build a many One smile, if smile is what you can." Induztrial Arts, Varsity Football Sauad 3, Manager of Athletics Track Team l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Electronics Club I-3. Balluch. Dan "Fate's a book upon a shelf, And Life is what We build ourselff' Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Varsity Football Squad l, Track Team l-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3. Baniak, Steve "Yes, laughter is the joy it brings, And in this heart its echo clings." Academic, Color Guard Band I-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, I-Ii-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Prom Committee 2, Canteen Committee I-2-3, Intramural 2, Field Day Activities 2, Christmas Program 2-3, Homecoming Escort 3. Bayer. lohn Dennis "A tree is tall and stars are high, But see how great they light the sky." Academic, Hi-Y Club I-2-3, Latin Club I-2, Cap and Gown Com- mittee 2, Varsity Football Sguad 3, Varsity Basketball Squad l- 2-3, Track Team 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 2, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee I. f Belcik. Francis "Golden silence lingers where, A heart just speaks to mumble prayer." Academic, Lalin Club l-2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Reflector Staff 3. Beniley. Ralph H. "Happy smiles and happy faces, Are touches making happy places." Industrial Arts, Eand l, Projectionist Staff 2-3, High School Play Cast I 2, Theipian Club l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Christmas Program 2, Electronics Club 3. Berger, Phillip Richard "A :mile is just a simple price, I-or things that make the World seem nice." Academic, Band I-2-3, Chrous I-2, Glee Club I-2, Concert Choir l-2, I-Ii-Y Club 2-3, Latin Club 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Aclivities 2-3. Berks, Michael A. "A grin upon a happy facea A picture nothing can replace." Academic, Chorus l-2, Glee Club l-2, Concert Choir l-2, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Track Team l, Night Rider Staff 3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2, Christmas Program 2, "Bundy" "Danny" "Mike" "Dan" "Steve" "Denny" "Francis" "Bing" "Phil" "Mickey" "Mickey" "lo Ann" "Del" "Dot" "ludy" "Loretta" "Frances" "Mabel" "Norma" "Carole" Bobish, Michaelene "To jest or be jolly at the proper time, Indeed is an art that's worth more than a dime." Academic, Chorus 2-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3. Bohach, Io Ann "A frown won't stay where there are friends, For this is where its journey ends." Commercial, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Commercial Club 3, Testing Staff 2. Bono, Dolores Ann "If stars, like friendliness did glow, Their light, the darkest nooks would show." Academic, Chorus 3, Glee Club l, Tri-Hi-Y I-2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast 2, Thespian Club 2-3, Cap and Gown Com- mittee 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Intramural Bowling 2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Bono. Dorothy Mae "Happiness is where you are When at your door you've placed your star." Academic, Chorus l-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir 3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast 2, Thespian Club 2-3, Thes- pian Club Historian 3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Com- mittee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Bowling 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Christmas Pro- aram 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Dramatics Club Secretary 2. Burger. Iudy "The mountain top is only gained When hate has left, yet love remains." Voc. Beauty Culture, B. T. Y. 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural Bowling 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Flower Committee 3, Field Day Activities 3, Office Assistant I, Tri-Hi-Y l. Burt, Loretta G. "Manners are the price that we Are asked to pay for dignity." Home Economics, Homemakers Club 3, Prom Committee l, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Assistant 2. Campbell. Frances Ieanette "Life is short and art is long So paint your future with a song." Home Economics, Chorus 2, Glee Club l, Concert Choir 2, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Homemakers Club l-2-3, High School Play Cast 2, Thespian Club 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Night Rider Manager l, Intramural Volleyball 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club I-2-3, Color Committee 3. Campbell. Mable Agnes "Cheerfulness, a simple gift, Is brought to give the soul a lift." Home Economics, Tri-Hi-Y l, Homemakers Club l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Cafeteria Staff 2. Carr. Norma lean "A person is the sweetest song That nature ever hummed along." Academic, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir I-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l, Latin Club l-2, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Steering Committee 3, Homecoming Dance Com- mittee 3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Christmas Program I-2-3, Invi- tation Committee 3. Ccxsacia. Carole B. "And humor's voice may often say- A smile will keep the doc away," Home Economics, Projectionist Staff l, Tri-Hi-Y l, Homemakers Club 2-3, Latin Club l, El Circula Espanol 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Homemalcers Club President 3, Homemakers Club Vice President 2. SE IUHS "Rock and Roll" "Ioe" "Emil" Booth. Ioe Robert "Soaring spirits can be found lust where two feet are on the ground." Industrial Arts, Varsity Football Squad 2'3, Basketball Reserves I-2, Track Team 2-3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Cafe- teria Staft 2-3, Electronics Club 2-3. Borden. Emil I. "Understanding is an art Found nowhere else but in the heart." Academic, Latin Club l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2, Electronics Club 3. Borthwick. Floyd Aaron "In one's own person dwells the thing That makes him commoner or king." Industrial Arts, Track Team l-2-3, Intramural Basketball 2, Field Day Activities 3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Electronics Club 2. Bowser. Lowell Thomas "I,ife's the book which we must fill According to the power ot will." Industrial Arts, Varsity Football Squad l-2-3, Track Team 2-3, Intra- mural 2, Fiold Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3. "Aaron" "Torn" 84 Bukovinsky, Andrew S. "So many men, so many minds, Make great things even greater finds." Academic, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Field Day Activi- ties 2, Electronics Club 3, Reflector Staff 3. Busciglio. Ciro "Success is sought, its price is high, Yet smoothly dwells with those who try." Academic, Class President 3, Projectionist l-2-3, Hi-Y Club 3, Latin Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Varsity Football Squad l-2-3, Track Team l-2-3, Home Room Representative 3, lntramural 3, Homecom- ing Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Co-Captain of Football Squad 3. Cannon, Richard A. "Humor is a masquerade That only cheery hearts have played." lndustrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Track Team l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, lntramural Basketball 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sports- man Club 2-3, Cafeteria Staff l-2-3. Carlos. Iames D. "Humor plays important parts ln winning many happy hearts." lndustrial Arts, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 2-3, Cap and Gown Committee 2-3, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Re. flector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Sportsman Club 2, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2, Basketball Manager 3, Baseball 2-3. Camino, Donald I. "Smiles, a blot from laughter's pen Makes giants of the smallest men." lndustrial Arts, Gym Exhibition 2, Field Day Activities 3, Sports- man Club 2-3. Castiglione, Iames "There is no reason for despair And hope has taken reason there." lndustrial Arts, Electronics Club 3. DeMartinis, Anthony Ronald "A heart that reaches highest skies ls truly one that never dies." General, Glee Club l, Library Assistant l, Latin Club 2-3, Projec- tionist Staff l-2-3, lntramural l-2, Sophomore Dance Committee l, President of Projectionist Club 3. DiSilvio, Thomas V. "Knowledge holds a precious star, But humor shines much more by far." Academic, Band l-2-3, Music Council 2-3, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student 1-2-3, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Break- fast Committee 2, Home Room Representative 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Motto Com- mittee 3, V. O, D. Winner 3, Night Rider Editor 3, National High School Poetry Association l, Student Play Director 2, Thespian Club President 3. Domonkos. Leslie S. Ir. "There is no knowledge as immense As high and mighty common sense." Academic, Le Cercle Francais l-2, Latin Club l-2-3, lntramural 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Theme Committee 3, Art Lay-out Reflector 3, Essay published in "Young America Speaks." Faber. Michael Albert "Pretending is the art that brings Great treasures out of little things." lndustrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Sportsman Club 3. "Andy" "Chito" "Richie" "lim" "Donnie" "lim" "Tony" "Tom" "Les" "Mike" "Gerry" "Dot" "Margie" "Sandy" "lackie" "Mon" "Cathy" "Irma" "Rosalie" "Barb" Cerra, Geraldine Louise "Though hearts be light, emotions dwell Quite heavily in true heart's cells." Academic, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2-3, Color Committee 3. Chalupka, Dorothy Mae "Sweetness in the sweet is found And helps to spread its glow around." Commercial, Glee Club l-2, Attendance Staff 3, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Re- flector Staff 3, Intramural Volleyball and Basketball l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Commercial Club 3, Testing Staff 2-3, P. A. An- nouncer l-2-3, Spanish Club Treasurer 3, Projectionist Club Sec- retary-Treasurer 3, Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 2. Charney, Margaret Ann "To wish is building in the air The castles that belong up there." Academic, Latin Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Chiodo. Sandra "A happy heart may well preside lf laughteiis walking at its side." Commercial, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sz. Bleakfast Committee 2, Intramural 2, Homecoming Dance Committee l-2-3, Field Day Activities 3, Commercial Club 3. Cline, Iacqueline "A kindly smile received its start From roots within the kindly heart." Commercial, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Night Rider Assistant 2, Re- flector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Christmas Program 2, Commercial Club 3, Thespian Club Secretary. 86 Clovesko. Monica Jeanne "lf sweetness wore a golden crown lts glow would surely here be found." Commercial, Chorus l, Concert Choir l, Attendance Staff 2, Home- coming Queen's Attendant l, Tri-Hi-Y l, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l, Night Rider Manager l, Night Rider Assistant 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Field Day Activities 3, Flower Committee 3, Commercial Club 3, Testing Staff l-2-3, Commercial Club Treasurer 3. Craig. Catherine "Where there is music there is song its tones may bring a smile along." General, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Christmas Program l-2-3, District Chorus 2, State Chorus 2. Crim, Irma Marguerite "And humor's gift is mainly cheer Distributed to those so near." Voc. Home Economics, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Homernakers Club l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Cafeteria Staff l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2. Crivello. Rosalie "The crowning beauty anywhere Of woman is her lovely hair." A Academic, Chorus l-2-3, Music Council 3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Tri- Hi-Y 3, Latin Club l, El Circula Espanol 2-3, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Hon- or Student l-2-3, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Break- fast Committee 2, lntramural 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Christ- mas Program l-2-3, invitation Committee 3, President of Spanish Club 3, Librarian of Concert Choir 3. Crosthwaite, Barbara "When building castles in the air Remember dreaming put them there." Voc. Beauty Culture, B. T. Y. 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 3. Fuoco, Raymond W. "What indeed would be a smile If it did not make friends a while?" Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff I-2-3, Hi-Y Club 3, Prom Commit- tee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Cafeteria Staff 2, Christmas Program 2-3, Electronics Club 2-3. Ganzy. Thomas E. "To smile is lifetime's simplest way Of telling worlds the heart is gay." General, Cafeteria Staff l-2-3, Projectionist Staff I-2-3. Gardlock, Ronald I. "Attend to what you are about Smile, and sorrow will live without." Industrial Arts, Field Day Activities 3, Sportsman Club 2-3. Gregorich, Robert Stephen 'Pleasantness is just a way In which to gain a friend a day." Industrial Arts, Band I-2-3, Intramural 1-2-3, Electronics Club 3. Hall, Peter Clyde William "Though hearts are true, this truth can See The spice of life ------- VARIETY," Academic, Class President l, Class Vice President 2, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Latin Club Vice President l, El Circula Es- panol 3, Prom Committee 2, Varsity Football Squad l-2-3, Varsity Basketball Squad l-2-3, Track Team l-2-3, Night Rider Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l. Harsh. Edward L. "You are worth what you possess So weigh yourself with happiness." Industrial Arts, Electronics Club 3. Hedrick, I ames David "Deep in the depths of smallest seas There lingers treasures few may see." General. Hornak, Ierome F. "The silver strains of speech are heard More clearly in an honest word." Industrial Arts. Horton, Howard I. "Character is just the line Of living through one's design." Academic, Class President 2, Class Vice President l, Chorus 2-3, Chorus President 3, Glee Club l-2, Music Council 3, Concert Choir 2-3, Concert Choir President 3, I-Ii-Y Club l-2-3, Hi-Y Vice Presi- dent 2, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, El Circula Espanol President 2, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Basketball Reserves l, Honor Student 1-2-3, Night Rider Editorial Staff I-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Home Room Representative 3, Intramural 2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program I-2-3, Motto Committee 3, District Chorus 2-3, Boys Quartet 2-3. Kaibas. George E. "If clouds could speak, what would they say For many glances passed their Way." Industrial Arts, Football Reserves 2, Manager of Athletics l, Re- flector Staff 3, Home Room Representative 3, Intramural Basket- ball l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Christmas Program l-2, Theme Committee 3, Electronics Club I-2. . HRQYH IITOH-1,1 HROnnien rrBObrr Hpgierf HI-'een rrIimr, file!-1-Yu :II-Iowdyfr rrczeorgerl Darlington, Geraldine Lee "Life's favor is a heart that burns To give a favor in return." Commercial, Homemakers Club 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 3, Commercial Club 3. DeMarco. Donna Louise "Beauty Wearing no disguise ls found in pairs of laughing eyes." Academic, Homecoming Cueen's Attendant 3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Latin Club l-Z, El Circula Espanol 3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 2, Field Day Activities 3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Office Assistant 2, Home Room Representative l. Diqnan, Geraldine Ann "A flower blooms where gladness glows And lo, the fragrance of this rose!" Voc. Home Economics, Glee Club l-2, Tri-l-li-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Drubick, Frances Ann "Songs are things the angels lend So we can tunes to heaven send." Academic, Chorus 2'3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir 3, Trifl-li-Y 1-2-3, P. A. Announcer l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3, Cheerleader Reserve l, Varsity 2-3, Gym Exhibition Z, Intramural 2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Christmas Program l-2-3. if 1 4 , fl fy "Gerry" "Donna "lerry" "Franci X Et QV "Farrell-l 8 Sharon-O Enough said" 88 Keats. Carley A. "What would characters goal be Without a personality?" Academic, Hi-Y Club 2-3, Le Cercle Francais l-2, Varsity Football Squad 2-3, Basketball Reserves l-2, Baseball Team l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, lntramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 3, Motto Committee 3, President of French Club 2. Klecic, Frank I. Ir. "A heart has surely reached its goal When contentment finds the soul." Academic, Latin Club l-2, Football Reserves l, Varsity Football Squad l, Night Rider Manager l, lntramural 2, Motto Committee 3, Electronics Club l-2-3, Electronics Club President 3, Electronics Club Vice President 2, Homecoming Escort 3. Kocis, Iohn I. "To keep the flame of knowledge burning lt first must find the light of learning." Academic, Band l-2-3, P. A. Announcer l-2-3, Hi-Y Club 2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, High School Play Cast 1-2-3, Thespian Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Night Rider Assistant 3, Reflector Staff 3, lntramural 3, Sportsman Club 3, Soph- omore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2, Color-Guard l- 2-3, Armistice Day Program 3. Kubyako. Andrew H. "A simple kindly word can start Gaiety inside the heart." Industrial Arts, lntramural 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Electronics Club 3. Latchercm, Charles Ir. "How perfect must the music be When laughter plays the symphony." Academic, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l-2-3, Music Council Z, atin Club l-2, Concert Choir l-2-3, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Reflector Staff 3, lntra- mural 2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Christmas Program 2-3, Boys Quartet 2-3, Clarinet Quartet 2. Latcheran, William "Righteousness creates no Wrong As rhythm re-creates a song." Academic, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l-2, Music Council 3, Concert Choir 3, Projectionist Staff 2, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, High School Play Cast 2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Honor Student l, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Com- mittee 2, Home Room Representative 3, lntramural 2-3, Christmas Program l-2-3, District Chorus 3, District Band 2-3, Student Band Director 2-3, Boys Quartet 2-3, Band President 3. Lazich, Ioseph "Music many times is found ln hearts presenting not a sound." Academic, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2, Cvlee Club l-2, Latin Club l-2, lntramural 2-3. Leonard, Gerald Henry "A grin is just a tiny part That makes the smile inside the heart." Academic, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2, Glee Club l-2, Projectionist Staf'f 2, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee 2, lntramural 2-3, Christmas Program l-2. Levine. David H. "Thoughts are playthings of the mind, That often priceless treasures find." Academic, Hi-Y Club 2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Basketball Reserves l, Track Team 2, Night Rider Staff 3, lntramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3. Mack. Anthony "A friendly smile, a song, a dance These things contribute to romance." Academic, Chorus 3, Varsity Football Squad l-2, Gym Exhibition 2, Home Room Representative 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Color Committee 3, High School Play Cast 2, Christmas Program 3. "Carley" "Frank" "Iohn" "Andy" "Charlie" HBHIH 1110611 nlerryrt HDGVQH HTOHYH yt "Arlene" "Audrey" "Bernie" "ludy" "Marie" "Marva" "Rose" "Martha" "Sandy" "lean" Fahr, Arlene Ann "Great things seen are really none, Compared to some the heart has clone." Academic, Chorus 3, Glee Club l-2, Concert Choir 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, P. A. Announcer 2-3, Latin Club l-2, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Fleisher. Audrey Marie "Help yourself to heaven by Building goals up in the sky." Voc. Home Economics, Homemakers Club l-2-3. Franek, Bernadette Regina "Lest hope should die and tears should kill Presides an understanding will." Voc. Home Economics, I-lomemakers Club l-2-3, Home Room Rep- resentative 3, Field Day Activities 3. Freeble, Iudy Lynn "lt diamonds covered all the earth, Still sweetness would hold a higher worth." Academic, Glee Club l, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 3, Night Rider Manager l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Home- coming Dance Committee l-2, Field Day Activities 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Business Staff of School Play 3. Fuoco. Marie "Though there be much in homes of kings, There may be more in little things." Voc. Beauty Culture, Tri-Hi-Y l, B. T. Y, 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Re- flector Staf'f 3, Field Day Activities 3, Color Committee 3. Gaffney. Marva Ann "To find a goal, then fling it far, ls building stairways to the stars," Commercial, Projectionist Staff l, Homemakers Club 2, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Reflector Staff 3, lntramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Commercial Club 3. Gargano, Rosemary Theresa "Faith the thing that mountains shove Reveals belief, its greatest love." General, Band l-2-3, Intramural 2. Gates. Martha lane "To love is lifetime's greatest treasure, And to be loved, its wildest pleasure.' 1 Commercial, Attendance Staff 3, Projectionist Staff l, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 2, Senior Breakfast Committee 2, Commercial Club 3, Testing Staff 2, Office Assistant 2-3, P. A. Announcer l-2, Tri-Hi-Y Historian 2, Commercial Club Vice President 3. Geisel, Sandra Mae "Wisdom is the gift you find Presiding in the eager mind." Voc. Beauty Culture, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2. Giovanel1i,Ieanette Louise "The thing that lives a long time after lt is through, is known as laughter." Commercial, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l, Music Council l, Concert Choir l-2-3, Library Assistant 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Re- flector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee l-2-3, Field Day Activities 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Christmas Program l-2-3, Corn- mercial Club 3, District Band l-2-3. "Tre" "Gloria" "lan" "Gina" "Pauline" "Carol" "Faye" "leanie" "Becky" "Sandy" Goda, Theresa "Pro's are many, con's are few When words are sweet and phrases true." Commercial, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Night Raider Staff 2, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Field Day Activities 3, Commercial Club 3, Prom Aid l, Majorette l-2, Office Assistant 2. Gray, Gloria Ann "The definition of a smile ls laughter in a simple style." Commercial, Library Assistant 2-3, Attendance Staff 3, Projectionist Staff l-2-3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Ac- tivities 2-3, Commercial Club 3, intramural Basketball l-2-3, Volley- ball l-2, Pingpong 2, P. A, Announcer 3. Graff. Ianice Rita "Something nice is always sought And found in those we like a lot." Academic, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast 2, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intramural Bowling 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Fu- ture Nurses Club l-2-3, Christmas Program l-2-3, Motto Committee 3, Latin Club Treasurer 2, lunior Ensemble 2, Sophomore Prom Aid l. Giusefli. Virginia Marie "To fly wi.h wings of sweet success To touch the clouds of happiness." Voc. Beauty Culture, Glee Club l, B. T. Y. 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Field Day Activities 2, lnvitation Committee 3. Gustas, Pauline Teresa "Trees, like people, have inside The roots which are the souls they hide." Academic, Chorus l-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir l-3, P. A. An- nouncer l, Tri-Hi-Y l, Latin Club l, High School Play Cast l, Thes- pian Club l-3, Night Rider Staff l, lntramural Basketball l-3, Field Day Activities 3, Cafeteria Staff l-3, Future Nurses Club l, Sopho- more Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 3, District Chorus 3, Hall, Carol "There is no joy that can replace The sweetness in a pretty face." Academic, Class Secretary l-2, Chorus l, Glee Club l, Music Coun- cil l-2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Home Room Rep- resentative l-2, Intramural l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Color Committee 3, Majorette l-2-3, Head Drum Majorette 3, Glee Club Secretary l, Freshman-Sophomore Frolic Committee 2, lnvitation Committee 3. Hancock, Faye Lynne "Understanding brings about The answers for the folks we doubt." Commercial, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l, Commercial Club 3. Hansley, Dolores lean "None on life's stage could play the part That could compare with cheery hearts." Commercial, Chorus 3, Glee Club l-2, Concert Choir 3, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Home- coming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club 3, Christmas Program l-2-3, Commercial Club 3. Haynes. Rebecca Marqaretta "l think that l shall never spy A teardrop in a shining eye." General, Homemakers Club 2, Night Rider Staff l, Intramural Bas- ketball and Volleyball l, Field Day Activities 2, Cafeteria Staff 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2. Hoffman, Sandra "The sweet sensations of a friend Are without beginning and without end." Commercial, Glee Club l-2, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Commercial Club 3, Office Assistant l-2-3. "Rose Marie" "Dawn" "Ruthie" "Betty" "Mamie" "Tom" "Theano" "Pat" "Ronnie" "Gin" Holiga, Rose Marie "Thoughts are things wherein there dwells The story that our actions tell." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Cap and Gown Com- mittee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Assistant 3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Essay published in "Young America Speaks" 3. Hama. Dawn Marie "Hope, a thing not hard to find, I Shows greatness of the greatest kind." Academic, Proiectionist Staff l, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Latin Club l-2, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider S'aff l-Z-3, Night Rider Manager 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Home Room Representative 3, Intramural Volleyball and Basketball l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Flower Committee 3. Hoyney. Ruth Ann "A photograph, a smile just shows The smile reveals the inner glow." Commercial, Glee Club l-2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, lntramural Volleyball and Basketball l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program l-2, Commer- cial Club 3. Hranko, Betty Ann "Pleasure's what the soul must pay For smiling sweetly every day." Commercial, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir 3, Attendance Staff 3. Gym Exhibition 2, Intramural Volleyball and Baiketball 2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Pro- gram l-2-3, Commercial Club 3, Office Assistant 3. Hudson. Mamie Yvonne "To learn is nature's simple lift Preparing minds for Wisdom's gift," Academic, Latin Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3. Kapec. Thomasincr R. "Laughter, if it would deport, Would leave all sad and empty hearts." General, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Gym Exhibition 2, lntramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3. Kladitis, Thecmo "The largest hearts may well be found ln smallest parcels, slightest sounds," Commercial, Glee Club l, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi--Y l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Ac'ivities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2, Color Committee 3, Motto Com- mittee 3, Commercial Club 3, P. A. Announcer l-2-3, Intramural l-2-3. Knapp. Patricia A. "Pretending means to bring about Those things we want, yet are without." Voc. Beauty Culture, Tri-Hi-Y l, Latin Club l, Gym Exhibition 2. Krznar, Veronica Ann "Laughter found in any style ls merely an excited smile." General, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Homemakers Club l, Intramural Volley- ball and Basketball l-2-3, Christmas Program 2-3. Krzysiek, Virginia Ann "Sweetness is a way, you see, Of flavoring life's recipe." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Homemakers Club 3, Latin Club l-2, Thes- pian Club 3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Night Rider Staff l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Cafeteria Staff 3, Future Nurses Club 1-2-3, Sopho- more Tri-Hi-Y Program Chairman l, Honor Student 3. Mary Lou" "Loretta" "Alma" "Mary Beth" Kudruy, Mary Louise "How bright would be our evcry day li smiles exchanged with sunshine rays." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Homemakers Club, 3, Latin Club l-2-3, Cap and Gown Committee l-2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Start 3, lntramural 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Lenzi, Loretta Iecm "Stars plus lighting up the skies Are sweet adornrnents ot the eyes." Voc, Home Economics, Homemalcers Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Stafi 3. Leslie. Alma Louise "Tears, whether joy or sadness tell, Are rust heart's pictures taken well." Voc. Home Economics, Projectionist Staff l-2, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Home- rnalcers Club l-2--3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Start l, lntra- mural l-2, Field Day Activities 2, Cafeteria Staff l-2'3. Lewis, Mary Elizabeth "Happiness with joy is bought And trivial things destroy it not." Academic, Glee Club 2-3, Library Assistant l-2-3, Projectionist Start l-2-3, TrieHi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Start 3, Night Rider Manager 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Home Room Representative 3, lntramural l-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, invitation Com- mittee 3, Tri-Hi-Y Historian 3, Library Staff President 3, Class As- sistant Secretary 2, Essay published in "Young America Speaks" 3. "Come rain or come shine, We're with you all the time." 9 3 Magnotto. Iohn W. "A smile may live through sorrow's touch For understanding causes such." Academic, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Basketball Reserves l-2, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2, Sportsman Club 3, Color Committee 3, Bus Committee 2. Markell. Ioseph Rueburn "lf honesty could have a voice A faithful friend would be its choice." Academic, Electronics Club 3, Redbank Valley loint High School Nature Club 2, World News Organization l. Mascaro, Daniel I. "lf friendship's touch could move the earth What treasures would the world be worth," Academic, Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Football Reserves l, Var- sity Football Squad 2-3, Basketball Reserves l-2, Track Team l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Home Room Represen- tative l, Intramural 3, Sportsman Club 3. McClaren, Iohn Spence "Imagination is the brew That builds beyond the human view." General, Football Reserves l, Varsity Football Squad l-2-3, Bas- ketball Reserves l, Varsity Basketball Squad l-2-3, Track Team l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club l-2, Cafeteria Staff 3. Morocco. Ralph Icxmes "Dreams, unsound, unstable stations, Are playthings of imagination." Academic, Band l-2, Chorus l-2-3, Glee Club l-2, Music Council 3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, High School Play Cast 2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Sr. Breakfast Com- mittee 2, lntramural l, Christmas Program 3, District Chorus 2, Boys Quarter 2-3. Nakich. Robert Mark "A taste of generosity ls found in smiles, for they are free." Industrial Arts, Track Team 2-3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3, Sportsman Club 2-3, Electronics Club l. Needels. Wilmer G. "If friendly hearts like wins were measured Of highest worth would gems be treasured." General, Varsity Football Squad 2-3, Baseball Team 2-3, intramural 3, Field Day Activities 3. Newton. Stanley O. "And silver speech breaks through the drone That golden silence has made known." Academic, Latin Club l-2-3. Palunti, Ioseph D. "And, seen through crystals of a smile ls truth, in all its keenest styles." General, Chorus 2-3, Glee Club l-2, Concert Choir 2-3, Christmas Program 2-3. Pcxtrizi, Nick "Receiving all the joys of living ls simply found in gracious giving," industrial Arts, Varsity Football Squad 2, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Christmas Program 2. "lohn" "loo" "Danny" "loker" "Ralph" "Bob" "Bill" "Stan" "foe" "Nick "Connie" "Carol" "lute" "Sue" "Pat" "Corrine" "Silvia" "Vicki" "Fay" "Margie" Mason, Constance G. "Ioy, a cheery sort of thing Iust sweet and happy feelings bring." Academic, Glee Club I, Latin Club I-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Manager l, Intramural 2, Future Nurses Club 3, Invitation Committee 3. Matthews, Carol Ann "Though precious words are often read Still closer held are sweet things said." Academic, Glee Club I-2, Tri-Hi-Y I, Latin Club I-2-3, Gym Exhibi- tion 2, Night Rider Staff 3, Night Rider Assistant l, Intramural 2, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club I-2-3. McCauley. Iudith Leah "A rich supply of words will fill The failing heart with stronger will." Commercial, High School Play Cast 3, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff 2, Reflector Staff 3, Sr Breakfast Committee 2, Homecoming Dance Committee I-2-3, Com- mercial Club 3, Commercial Club Secretary 3, Armistice Day Pro- gram 3, Home Room Representative l. Mcllvain. Adrianne S. "Kindness, natures special blessing, Though hard to gain is worth possessing." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club I-2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Prom Committee I-2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Cheerleader l-2-3, Gym Exhibiiion 2, Night Rider Staff 3, Reflector Staff 3, Canteen Committee l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2, Flower Com- mittee 3, Bus Committee 2, Future Nurses Club President 3. Mikulin. Patricia Ann "Music needs no words if she Has heart to play the melody." Academic, Band l-2-3, Publicity Manager l, Business Manager 2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Business Manager 2, Music Council I-2-3, Concert Choir I-2-3, Latin Club l-2, Program Chairman l, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Thespian Club Treasurer 3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3. Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Home Room Representative l, Intra- mural 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program I-2-3, Color Committee 3, District Chorus 2-3. District Band I-3, Girls Vocal Trio 2-3. Miller, Corrine Ruth "When hearts are happy, there's a glow That often through the eyes does show." Commercial, Glee Club I-2, Tri-Hi-Y I-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Assistant 2, Reflector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Com- mercial Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y Vice President 2-3, Head Typist for Re- flector 3, P. A. Announcer I-2-3, Christmas Program I-2. Moore. Silvia "To start the light of laughter glowing A shiny smile must first be showing." Academic, Glee Club l-2, Tri-Hi-Y I-2, Latin Club I-2-3, El Circula Espanol l, Gym Exhibition 2, Intramural I-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3. Mudrinich. Victoria Arm "To dance is simply to repeat The heart's contentment through the feet." Academic, Band I-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural I-2-3, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3, Christmas Program 2. Myers, Fay Katherine "If smiles were flowers on display What fragrant scents would fill the day." Voc. Home Economics, Homemakers Club l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2. O'Shanic. Margaret "What would learning's value be Without a curiosity?" Academic, Chorus 2-3, Glee Club I, Tri-Hi-Y I-2-3, Latin Club l-2, El Circula Espanol 3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Home Room Representative l, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Christmas Pro- gram 2-3. "A theoretical hypothesis pertinent to an obvious juxtaposition of factual interpretive analysis is relative only to a proportionate degree oi com- punction." Pedas. Theodore "Learning is the sweet sensation We acquire from education." Academic, Projectionist Staff l-2, Latin Club l--2, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Prom Committee 2, Ehillips, Robert "There's wealth behind a rainbow tar And here it is, right where you are," Commercial, Varsity Football Squad l, Basketball Reserves l, Re ilector Staff 3, Intramural 2-3, Field Day Aclivities 23, Cafeteria Staff l-2, Phillips, William E. "What would joy be deep inside 'Without a smile, its path to guide?" Commercial, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Basketball Reserves l Field Day Activities Z-3. Pender. Wendell Leon "The price for sorrow is a tear But laughter makes the debtor clear." Academic, Latin Club l-2-3, Football Reserves l-Z, Varsity Football Squad l-2, Track Team l-2-3, Home Room Representative 3, Intra- mural 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Cafeteria Start l-2-3, Color Committee 3. 96 Wredtt ,Bob Bill" "Leon' Powell, Frank W. "Friendship is the thing that sends Into the world, a thing called friends." Commercial, Projectionist Staff l, Football Reserves 2, Varsity Foot- ball Squad 3, Baseball Team l-2-3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2. Prezqay, Frank "A memory's a serenade With notes the same as those once played." Industrial Course tElectric Shopl, Electronics Club 3. Pustinger, Daniel F. "Common sense is nature's gift That gives the mighty, higher lift." Academic, Band l-2-3, Hi-Y 2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast l-2-3, Thespian Club l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Christmas Pro- gram l-2, Student Play Directors 2-3. Quarterson. Eugene "The richest person always holds A heart that's warmly made of gold." Academic, I-Ii-Y Club 2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, Electronics Club l-2-3. Ranallo, Ioseph I. "Greatness, rare, as rareness is To him who earns it, it is his." Academic, Class Vice President 3, Band l-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Cho- rus President 2, Glee Club 1-2, Music Council 2, Concert Choir l-2-3, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, Latin Club l-2, High School Play Cast 2-3, Thespian Club 3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Stu- dent l-2-3, Night Rider Staff 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Reflector Editor 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Home Room Representative 3, Home- coming Dance Committee 3, Christmas Program l-2-3, Theme Com- mittee 3, District Chorus 2-3, District Band 3, Student Representa- tive l. Sanford. lack "How many treasures friendship lends For none is treasured more than friends." Industrial Arts, Varsity Football Squad l, Home Room Represen- tative 3, Intramural Basketball l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Color Committee 3. Sava, Iohn G. "Strength possesses many arts But holds the highest, friendly hearts." Academic, Chorus 2, Glee Club 1, Hi-Y Club l-2-3, El Circula Espanol l-2-3, High School Play Cast I-2-3, Thespian Club l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Comimttee 2, Football Reserves l-2, Varsity Football Squad l-2-3, Track Team 2-3, Intramural 2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Christmas Program 2-3, Reflector Staff 3. Scarvell. Robert Peter "Happiness is something that is shown To tell of goals the heart has known," Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l, Hi-Y Club 3, Manager of Ath- letics CBasketballJ l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Electronics Club 2. Scoccia. Frank A. "Mistakes are simply golden things From which success will always spring." Commercial, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Basketball Reserves l, Night Rider Manager l-3, Night Rider Assistant 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Homecoming Escort 3. Scott. Robert Paul "lf quietness spread its worth Its limbs would reach beyond the earth." General. "Frank" "Frank" "Dan" "Gene" "lee" "lack" "Iohn" "Skeets" "Cicci" "Bob" HF-run.. UDOHHUH HROSGH HRHUH HIOYH "Babs" "Aggie" "leannette" "Shirl" Palermo. Frances "Portraits simply are the mutes That for real beauty substitutes." Commercial, Chorus 3, Glee Club l-2, Concert Choir 3, Attendance Staff 3, Homecoming Queen's Attendant 3, Tri-Hi-Y l, Cheerleader l, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Com- mittee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, Christmas Program l-2 3, Commercial Club 3. Pearson. Donna Darlene "lay in persons often brings The makings of a lovely thing." Commercial, Glee Club l-2, Attendance Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, Prom Committee 2, Commercial Club 3. Penola. Rose E. "To know the beauty of the day, A song is what we have to pay." Academic, Chorus 2-3, Concert Choir 2-3, P. A, Announcer 2, Tri- Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Intramural l-2-3, Glee Club l, Field Day Aclivities 2-3, Christmas Program l-2-3. Phillips. Rita Iune "Natural beauty lingers 'where A gentle heart is also there." Commercial, Homecoming Queen 3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Night Rider Manager l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 3, Field Day Activities 3, Commercial Club 3, President of Commercial Club 3, Typist for Reflector 3, Home- coming Dance Committee 3. Rogan, Ioy "Where there is beauty, joy is too And sweetness that its depths can do." Commercial, Homecoming Queen Attendant 2, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Re- flector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Commercial Club 3, lubilee Queen l, Honor Student l-2-3. "Cathy" Regis, Barbara "A precious jewel of any size ls found in pairs of laughing eyes. Commercial, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activi- ties 3, Commercial Club 3. Richter. Agnes "To laugh is in itself an art And spreading joy its central part." Commercial, Attendance Staff 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Night Rider Staff 2, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Field Day Activities 3, Commercial Club 3. Rinq, Ieannette Louise "Humor is a great sensation Laughter is its main creation." Academic, Glee Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Gym Exhi- biion 2, Night Rider Staff 3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 3, Future Nurses Club 1-2-3. Rongo, Shirley "Love, whose work is never done, ls all great virtues placed in one." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Homemakers Club 3, Latin Club l-2-3, Future Nurses Club 2-3. Rufio. Catherine Ann Anita "Where hearts are lighter worries fly Disgusted with a smiling eye." Commercial, Chorus 2-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir 2-3, Attend- ance Staff 2, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 3, Prom Com- mittee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Manager l, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program 2-3, Commercial Club 3, Farewell Assembly 3, lunior Ensemble 2. 98 l 'Mickey' "Phil" . 'f 1 , , Ed, tx Audry" "Gus" Satin, Michaelene Ann "To dream should be for those who feel The urge to make this dream be real." Academic, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, Mer-Hi-School Paper l-2, Hi-Times Yeare book fTreasurerJ 2-3, Chorus l, Homernakers Club 2-3, Treasurer 2, Prom Committee 2, Dramatics Club l-2, Christmas Program l-2. Sundrock, Phyllis Marie "The beauty oi a smile will show The best where laughing faces go." Commercial, Library Assistant l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Start 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Color Committee 3, Commercial Club 3. Splitstone, Agnes Audrene "Character is merely what we make it, It is ours for us to take it." Voc. Home Economics, Homemakers Club l-2-3. Stcmek, Augusta Ioan "To sing is nature's way oi showing That sweet things in their place are growing." Academic, Chorus 1-2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Library Assistant 3, P. A. Announcer 2-3, Le Cercle Francais 1-2, Thespian Club 3, Honor Student l-2-3, Night Rider Staff 3, Night Rider Manager 1-2-3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intramural 3, Sophomore Dance Committee l, Christmas Program l-2-3, lunior Ensemble 2. "Allez cop!" 99 Stahl. Alan Samuel "A brilliant mind holds knowledge where In other minds its touch is rare." Academic, Glee Club l-2, Hi-Y Club 2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Honor Student l-2-3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intramural 3, Invitation Committee 3. Stcrul, Ronald L. "If helpfulness were a star Its beam would send its brightness far." General, Projectionist Staff l, El Circula Espanol l, Prom Committee l, Track Team l-2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l, Field Day Activi- ties 2. Supel. Ioseph T. "Ability, a thing that fate Designed so we could re-create." Industrial Arts, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sports- man Club 2-3, Christmas Program I-3, Electronics Club l-2-3. Talbert. Charles Raymond "The greatest talents can exist Where simplicity alone has kissed." General, Prom Committee 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Cafeteria Staff l-2-3. Talbert, Iames F. "Though tallest mountains must be crossed True hearts will gain with nothing lost." Industrial Arts, Basketball Reserves I, Varsity Basketball Squad 2-3, Track Team 2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Cafeteria Staff I-2-3. Teilhet, Darwin Louis "Knowledge is truly sought And here is where it may be bought." Academic, Le Cercle Francais l-2. Tolone. Audie "Honesty will throw away Moments of the devil's play." ' Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff I, Intramural l-2-3, Electronics Club l-2-3. Waida, Richard Thomas "Friendliness in a sense is just The same old book without the dust." Academic, Latin Club l-2, Varsity Football Squad 3, Field Day Activities 2. Wasko. Stephen Andrew "Intelligence presents its role, But honesty completes its goal." Academic, Band 2-3, Chorus 3, P. A.. Announcer I-2-3, Hi-Y Club 2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 3, Prom Committee 2, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Basketball Re- serves l, Baseball Team l-2-3, Honor Student l-2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club 3, Christ- mas Program 3, Radio Program l-3, Band Announcer 3, V.O.D. Contest 3, Invitation Committee 3, Color Guard 2, Band Manager 3. Work. lack "Cheerfulness is a disease With one main object-just to please." Academic, Hi-Y Club 2, Varsity Football 2, Baseball Team 3, Sportsman Club l, Field Day Activities 2, Intramural 3, French Club Officer 2. "Alan" "Ron" "Ice" "Charlie" "lim" ff "Darwin" "Gttie" "Dick" "Steve" "lack" IOO .RGYH Zeke" "Putting our 'Best Foot Forward." Yevchak. Raymond George "A giant's quality may well Inside a smaller framework dwell." Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l-2, Intramural I-2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Sportsman Club I-2, Christmas Program 2-3, Electronics Club l-2, Zarella, Anthony Iohn "Laughter, Where would it be Without joviality?" Industrial Arts, Projectionist Staff l, Gym Exhibition 2, Home Room Repre- sentative 3, Intramural 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3, Sportsman Club 2, Christmas Program 2-3, Color Committee 3, Elec- tronics Club 1-2. "I-Iail the Conquering Heroes "Kathy" "Ioyce" "Ianice" "El" "Io Anne" 3 I if IF! 3 L I t "Stella" "Loree" "Tessie" "Ginger" "km" Steibly. Kathryn C. "Words, when spoken are priceless things With the heart that makes them ring." Voc. Beauty Culture, Tri-Hi-Y 3, B. T. Y. 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Intra- mural l. J Stephanopoulos, Ioyce "Successful kingdoms, many lands, Were gained by simple helping hands." Academic, Library Assistant 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 2-3, Thespian Club 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 2-3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Motto Committee 3. Thomas. Ianice A. "Attractiveness in its greatest form ls many times just simply born." Academic, Glee Club l-2, Projectionist Staff 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural 3, Field Day Activities 2-3, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Christmas Program 2, Flower Committee 3. Vermeire, Eleanor Ruth "There can be found no hate inside The heart where only love presides." Academic, Band I-2-3, Chorus l-2-3, Music Council 2-3, Concert Choir l-2-3, Latin Club l-2-3, High School Play Cast 2-3, Thespian Club 3, Prom Committee 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Honor Student l-2-3, Night Rider Manager 2-3, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Commit- tee 2, Intramural 2, Field Day Activities 2-3, Christmas Program I-2-3, District Chorus 2, District Band 3, Girls Vocal Trio 2-3, V.G,D, Contest Finalist 3. Vlask, Io Anne "And dancing feet will always bring The silence of a lovely thing." Commercial, Majorette I-2-3, Chorus I-2-3, Glee Club l, Concert Choir l-2-3, Library Assistant I, Attendance Staff 3, Gym Exhibi- tion 2, Night Rider Manager 2, Reflector Staff 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 2, Field Day Activities 2, Christmas Program I-2-3, Commercial Club 3, Office Secretary 3. Wasko, Stella Ann "Satisfaction is the fee The heart will pay for gaietyf' Commercial, Glee Club 2, Concert Choir 2, Projectionist Staff l, P. A. Announcer 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y l-2-3, El Circula Espanol 2-3, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Night Rider Staff l, Reflector Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Intra- mural l-2-3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activi- ties 2-3, Future Nurses Club 3, Christmas Program 2, Commercial Club 3, Testing Staff 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y Officer 3. Wise, Ortho Loree "Truth is strong and always gives Sweet honesty the strength to live." Voc. Home Economics, Homemakers Club 2-3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Field Day Activities 2-3. Yonchak, Teressa "Friendship is highly rated, Because it's simply self-created." Academic, Projectionist Staff l, Tri-Hi-Y l-2, Latin Club l-2, Future Nurses Club l-2-3, Essay published in "Young America Speaks" 3, Reflector Staff 3. Zappa, Virginia Ann "Dancing hearts and dancing eyes Wear dancing feet of dancing size." Voc. Beauty Culture, Library Assistant 2, Projectionist Staff l, Tri-Hi-Y l, B. T. Y. 2-3, Latin Club l, High School Play Cast 3, Thespian Club 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Home Room Representative 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, Field Day Activities 2, Future Nurses Club I, Theme Committee 3. Zelch. Ianice Marie "What lovely morals smiles can teach, What lovely sounds appear from speech." Commercial, Glee Club l, Cap and Gown Committee 2, Gym Exhi- bition 2, Reflector Staff 3, Intramural l-2-3, Field Day Activities 2, Commercial Club 3. , g TYPISTS Back Row, Leh to Right: Riia Phillips, Icy Hagan, Ruth l-loyney, Corrine Mil- ler, Gloria Gray, leanneite Giovanelli. Row 2: Sandra Chiodo, Agnes Richter. Row 1: Barbara Regis, Pay Hancock. mi THE HEPLEETUH ST!-XPP F w 5 E 5 3 , 6 l l in E , E 5 Q 3 F 2 5 5 Q 5 ,Q E 2 2 ART Leit to Right: Charles Talheri, Pai Mikulin, Theano Kladiiis, Mar- guerite Arcade, Leslie Dornonkos, and Mr. Kornar. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION Norma lean Carr and Iohn Sava. 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