Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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THE mm sixty -out 58th COMMENCEMENT EDITIONTHE fiEfLECTOfi FACULTY ADVISER Paul A. Komar PHOTOGRAPHY Spano Studios Tom Podleyon Kenneth Smith PUBLISHERS Delmar Studios Charlotte, N. C. PUBLISHED BY THE SENIORSOfficers: Diane Pavlovich, Secretary; Drew Perfilio, President; A1 Paldino, Vice-President. Absent: Adrienne Wojtanoski, Treasurer. First Row: Pat Monteson, Michalene Scardina, Mary Leisher, Kathy Messina, Georgia Moscovitis, Sophie Richnavsky. Second Row: Freddie Ruffo, Beatrice Balluch, Annette Pugliese, Esther Feher, Pat Hoyney, Mary Kay Andrews, Rose Gagliardi. Third Row: Carol Roscoe, Annette Krzysiek, Gerry Bullano, Ray Giovanelli, Dave Morrison, Barbara Waliga, Esther Zoldan, Bob Sakonyi. Fourth Row: Bob DeMarco, Bob Bresky, Steve Palko, Chris Bellich, John Marin, John Greaf, Sanford Nathan, John Kahl. The newest organization to be installed at our school is the Mary V. Scardina Chapter of the National Honor Society. The organization was initiated at Farrell Senior High School in 1960 at the request of Mr. Angelo M. Grande, principal, and Mr. Louis Morocco, guidance coordinator. Main objectives of the newly formed club are: to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service to the school and community, to promote worthy leadership and to encourage the development of students in the local school district. An admission to membership in the Society is granted to each student by a board of six faculty members who are aided in their selection by the recommendations of their fellow teachers. Standards used to determine membership are scholarship, service to the school, leadership and general character. All students regardless of their respective classes, must maintain an average of the letter grade "B" or better every six weeks to be a member of the Society. The faculty board which governs the Society includes: Miss Anne Gojdics, Miss Olga Gojdics, Miss Helen Grimes, Mr. Edward Lindway, Mr. Alfred Malatesta, Mr. Joseph Nestich, and Mr. Louis Morocco. The new National Honor Society at our school has been named by the honor students of this year’s class and faculty in memory of the late Miss Mary Veronica Scardina, long an educator in the Farrell Area School District. Held in the highest esteem by her fellow educators and by the many pupils she taught over the years, Parrell Senior High School is proud and happy that this new Society is named in memory of the late Miss Mary V. Scardina. Membership in this Society is the highest honor a Farrell High School student can attain. 4Miss Mary V. Scardina Thanatopsis "......like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams." William Cullen Bryant 5 FARRELL HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Mr. Angelo M. Grande A. B. Grove City College M. A. Ed. University of Alabama ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Edward J. McCluskey B. S. Washington and Jefferson College Curriculum Director Mr. Anthony J. Pintar B. S. Grove City College M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh Pupil Accounting Miss Anne Gojdics B. A. Pennsylvania State University M. Litt. University of Pittsburgh 9THE FARRELL AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bernard Brysh Pres. r . r. v • Francis Taylor Kenneth Livingston Delmas Llewellyn BOARD OF EDUCATION OFFICE to Ellen Galicia Jean Komar Geraldine TomminsMerle Levine Thomas Stanton Edward Turosky Richard Morocco Solicitor Secretary SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE 1 I Stella Ceslak Agnes Mielcarek Kathrine TremmelTHE FACULTY Mrs. Thelma M. Brice Librarian B. S. Clarion State Teachers College M. A. Equivalent Mrs. Victoria Barbu English HI A. B. University of Pittsburgh Samuel Campagna, Jr. A Cappella Chorus, Concert Choir, Music I B. S. Indiana State Teachers College M. ED. Penn State University Paul R. Bohach General Math I, General Math n, Algebra I A. B. Westminster College M. ED. Westminster College Joseph Cantelupe English II B. S. Economics, Duquesne University 12Frank E. Chess, Jr. Driver Education B. S. Education, Youngstown University Miss Sarah Cooley Biology B. S. Westminster College M. A. Columbia University John Chiodo, Jr. Physics, Consumer Science Bo S. Westminster College M. ED Westminster College Ralph E. Dresch P. O. D. A. B. Indiana University M. ED. University of Pittsburgh Thomas F» Cimoric Wood Shop B. S. Education, California State Teachers College Joseph Duich, Jr. Typing I, Bookkeeping I B. S. Youngstown University M. ED. Westminster College 13Edward Francis Flynn English II, World History, Journalism B. A. University of Dayton M. S. ED. Westminster College Mrs. Mildred Grande English HI, History A. B. Western Reserve University Miss Anne Gojdics Senior English B. A. Pennsylvania State University M. Litt. University of Pittsburgh Miss Alice M. Griffith English IV, Creative Writing B. S. Indiana State Teachers College M. ED. Pennsylvania State University Miss Olga Gojdics Business Arithmetic, Typing II B. S. University of Pittsburgh M. Litt. Carnegie Institute of Technology Miss Helen Grimes Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry B. S. Grove City College M. ED. University of Pittsburgh 14Mrs. Mary Teare Jones Shorthand, Transcription B. S. Grove City College Tudor Lewis Woodworking A. B. Westminster College M. A. University of Pittsburgh Miss Lillian E. Kitting Health, Gym B. S. Pennsylvania State University Edward Lindway Chemistry B. S. Grove City College M. ED. University of Pittsburgh Paul A. Komar Art I, Art H A. B. Thiel College M. A. Fine Arts, University of Iowa Alfred A. Malatesta Latin I and II B. A. St. Bonaventure University M. A. Westminster College 15Paul J. Matuscak Bookkeeping I and n, Office Practice B. S. Business Administration Youngstown University Edward J. McCluskey American History B. S. Washington and Jefferson College Miss Annarose Moraca Biology B. S. College of New Rochelle Columbia University Joseph G. Nestich Mechanical Drawing B. S. Kent State University M. ED. Kent State University Ellsworth McCleam Machine Shop Voc. Ed. University of Pittsburgh M. A. Equivalent Irvin Orr Metal Shop Voc. Ed. University of Pittsburgh M. A. Equivalent 16Anthony Paulekas P. O. D., World Geography B. S. Washington and Jefferson College James V. Scanga Senior High Band Director B. S. Indiana State Teachers College M. ED. Pennsylvania State University Miss Kathryn Polyzou Public Speaking, Dramatics A. B. Westminster College M. A. Dramatic Arts University of Iowa Joseph E. Scarvell American History B. S. Youngstown University Miss Margaret V. Roux French I and II B. A. Seton Hill College M. A. Tulane University Mrs. Lois M. Scarazzo Homemaking B. S. Pennsylvania State University 17David C. Schirmer Electronics, General Electric B. S. California State Teachers College Joseph C. Tommins Physical Education and Health B. S. University of Pittsburgh M. S. University of Pittsburgh Miss Florence H. Sirb Typewriting I, Shorthand I B. B. A. Westminster College M. ED. Kent State University Richard A. Toskin History n B. S. Clarion State Teacher’s College Miss Bessie Struck Algebra I and II B. S. Westminster College 18Cafeteria Supervisor Mrs. Florence Burns and Mrs Smiley. Mary Cafeteria Staff Mrs. Victoria Cipriano, Mrs. Mary Bruno, Mrs. Beatrice Biggs, and Mrs. Susan Bacon. wUh Sue o ’Head °f ance at F. H. ; Stm er nt D"daSh’ Cattort Zaborowski ’ Agnes Yandrich, Virgin pi MeaSC ie ce’ A0i nistvCLASSES SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORSTHE SCIENCES AND THE ARTSAksomovic, Anna Alford, Kenneth Amos, Wilda Antos, Dennis Askemeese, Ella Askemeese, Shirley Babick, Don Babich, Marlene Badolata, Frank Bala ska, John Barbat, Patricia Beinhardt, Frank Beinhardt, Hilda Bencivengo, Thomas Benetto, Marilyn Bobby, Carl Bobish, Jane Bordy, Lollie Boulware, Stephanie Branzovich, Barbara Brown, Gail Brown, Roberta Brown, Rodger Buchanan, Roberta Bukovinsky, Charles Burger, Joyce Cannon, Andrea Carfagna, Don Carlos, Richard Chec, Bernard Chintella, Dennis Chirila, Tudor Ciccarone, Sandra Cicco, Jule Cole, Clifford Costanza, Anthony Crowder, Robert Cummings, Janet Curcio, Barbara DeCello, John De Fazio, Josephine DeGeralomo, Fred DeNoi, Carol Dresch, Sharra Evakich, Andrea Falvo, Sam Ference, Shirley Flynn, Robert Fraley, Pat Franklin, George Franklin, Juanita Friday, Bertha Gelfand, Eugene Generalovich, Alexis Grande, Anthony Grande, Pamela Gubba, Marion Guerino, Louis Gurrera, Larry 23ft ip h p ft In f r A v- a n ' n 9 ' p ft li n p ft 9 'TO 3 Gutowski, Stephanie Hamilla, Lawrence Harden, Mattie Harrison, Charles Hassell, Jerry Herskovitz, Audrey Hilton, Anderson Hnida, Jorgene Holloway, Joe Hopkins, Beverly Homyak, Pat Hoza, Nancy Jackson, Donal Jaggers, Clarence Janosko, Shirley Jisko, Mary Jones, Lewis Joseph, Thomas Kaibas, James Keryan, Michael Keso, Ronald King, Howard Kladitis, Andy Klaric, Yvonne Kline, Barbara Koshan, Gene Koshar, Janice Krajcovic, Patty Krouse, Jacqueline Kubyako, Alexander LaCamera, Kathy Lane, Keith Latsko, Linda Leone, James LeVrangi, Kathleen Lingner, Richard Magnotto, Mary Malandro, Gene Marks, Carol Martin, Dollie Maselli, James Mastrian, Anita Mastrian, Patricia Matsko, Joyce May, Andrew Messina, Anthony Mikulin, Janet Miller, Donald Misik, Michael Miskolitz, Rick Moon, Cheryl Morgan, Bill Motton, Thelma Newby, Dorothy Nicoloff, David Nicoloff, Donna Oris, Sue Pandza, Carl Parcetich, James Pazgan, Barbara 24life- fr Pi ft P ? © 1 1 fP JP © fiMmk tk r. mh p ft ft ft it ' pm Ni ■- ft) n a o Peel, Jane Pinti, Patrick Pishko, Laura Prezgay, Joseph Pryts, Thomas Przewodowski, Margaret Puhala, Edward Purich, Daniel Quinn, James Reaves, Gloria Redmond, Patricia Robinson, Richard Robinson, Joanne Roscoe, Mary Roth, Dale Rubalcava, Juanita Sabo, Mary Sue Salandria, Judith Salatino, Theresa Sanders, Cindy Sanitate, Charles Santell, Sandra Satmore, Eugene Saunders, Dale Savach, Steve Scardina, Carol Scarmack, Arthur Scarvell, Arlene Sirianni, Denis Sirianni, Robert Smith, Char mane Somerset, Fred Sopko, Richard Spargo, Betty Sposito, Richard Starkey, James Stey, John Stoner, Keith Strecansky, Mike Sweeney, Lawrence Tamber, Ronald Tatusko, John Taylor, Jack Thomas, George Thomas, Ollie To skin, Sam Turner, Robert Ursetta, Terry Vivolo, Daniel Weber, Andrea Wesneski, Donna White, Robert Winger, Charlotte Winston, Sandra Wittman, Rudy Wojtanoski, Lollie Wright, Amanda Wright, Charlene Yerskey, Donna Zolton, Kenneth 25Aiello, Ronald Allen, Edward Anderson, Ralph Andrak, Denise Arendas, Albert Arendas, George Auston, Lawrence Balach, Robert Balluch, Joe Banks, Toni Bandzak, Marianne Barone, Sandra Bartosh, Andrew Basile, Richard Battyanyi, James Bellich, Chris 26Biliak, Andrea BLazius, Rudy Bobish, Jean Bohach, Theresa Bresky, Richard Bubba, Joe Buchanan, Pat Buholzer, Cheryl Cagigas, Phillip Campero, James Capitol, Eugene Cardaman, William Carr, Lorriane Cerra, Tony Chalupka, Ronald Cheza, Donald Chiccarino, Dede Cole, Virginia Cordek, James Crivello, Ronald Crowder, Cecil Curcio, Frank DeCapua, Bernadette DeGeralomo, Tony Deronja, Margaret Dews, Marcia Donaldson, George Dorulla, Karen Drapp, Victoria Dresch, Dale Dudash, Mary Ann Dunkerley, James Dunkerley, Richard Dyko, Christina Feher, Esther Flint, Elmer Gabriele, Theresa Gagliardi, Rose Galicia, Herman Generalovich, Nick 27 ft O D ff (fat kit Gerbasi, John Gill, James Giovanelli, Ray Goda, Paul Graef, Udo Grande, Angela Grande, Gary Gray, Edward Greaf, Jack Gross, Sandra Gunsley, Jack Gutta, Kathleen Harkulich, Barbara Haun, Peggy Homa, Charles Hopkins, Maurice Homyak, Barbara Hoyney, Patricia Huntley, Gwendolyn Irvine, Arthur Johnson, Jerry Johnson, Lorene Johnston, Howard Jones, Earl Kagle, Jean Keso, Robert Konnen, Robert Koshan, Frances Kosiba, Joanne Kosky, Ronald Kovach, Jeffrey Kuharik, Steve Kushner, Frank LaCamera, John Lambros, Diane Lee, Pat Leisher, Mary Lou Lemos, Louis Lengyel, Robert Litwiler, Victor 28Mack, Marianne Malatesta, Ricky Marin, John Matsis, George Matthews, Lenora Matusick, Janet Matvey, Sandra Medvec, Ray Meislik, Joel Mesaros, John Messett, Dennis Miller, Ronald Mineo, Anthony Monteson, Pat Moroco, Mike Morris, Betty Moscovitis, Georgia Multari, Joan McClave, Karen Nathan, Sanford Nelson, Bob Pacillo, Palmer Palko, Steve Palanti, Lawrence Parcetich, Julie Pa store, Pat Pazgan, Andrew Pishko, Thomas Pugliese, Annette Puhala, Francis Purich, Donna Rabold, Nancy Rakoci, Olga Reda, Joe Reed, William Repas, Sally Robinson, Betsy Robinson, Ernest Robinson, Louis Roth, Sam 29Rozzi, Elaine Ruby, Gerald Russo, Ralph Sakonyi, Bob Salatino, Louie Samuels, Robert Sarcinella, Donna Scardina, Michaelene Scarmack, Carol Schuster, Deanna Scurry, Eleanor Sember, Arela Sirianni, Denise Sonoga, Kathleen Sopko, Rose Ann Sorrells, Mike Spargo, Jacqueline Spruk, Carol Staples, Joy Stevenson, Dona Stone, Emil Stull, Linda Swiecinski, John Taylor, Terry Thomas, Elizabeth Thompson, Richard Torchia, Sam Tremmel, Albert Turosky, Edward Vadela, Rocky Verholek, Gary Viselli, Pete Washington, James Webb, Melvin Whalen, Colleen White, Donna Williams, Beatrice Yanak, Anne Zimmerman, William Zoldan, Esther 30L. to r. seated: Tom White, Senior class president; Diane Pavlovich, Senior class secretary; Georgia Moscovitis, Junior class secretary; Chris Bellich, Junior class president; Linda Latsko, Soph, class secretary; Fred Somerset, Soph, class president. Standing: John P. Kahl, Senior class vice president; Nick Generalovich, Junior class vice president; Linn Stoner, Soph, class vice president.Those were the days! Believe it or not! BAINHARDT. OTTO Academic Course Latin Club 1,2 Bonnie Lassie BALLUCH. BEATRICE M. Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Bowling 1; Commercial Club 3; Thespian Club 3; Trl Hi Y 2,3; Honor Society 3; A Cappella 1,2,3; Junior Aide 2; Theme Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1,2 ADAMCHICK. CAROL ADAMS, GLORIA PATRICIA General Course Commercial Course Tri Hi Y 2,3 Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Attendance Staff 3; Library Staff 1.2; Field Day 2,3 BALLUCH. MICHAEL J. Industrial Arts Course Night Rider Staff 1 BARLOW. CHRLSTCLA Commercial Course Intramural Volleyball 2; Commercial Club 3; Chorus 1; Junior Aide 2; Field Day 3ADLER, BILL ALFORD, WILLIAM IRVIN JR. Academic Course General Course Conservation Club 3; Latin Club 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Basket-Projectionist 3; Prom Committee 2: ball 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; Latin Night Rider Staff 3; Field Day 2,3 Club 1; Key Club 1; Vice-President Sophomore Class ANDREWS. MARY KATHERINE ANSINGER. THOMAS G. Commercial Course Industrial Arts Course Intramural Bowling 2; Commercial Club 2,3; Homemakers Club 2; Thespian Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; Junior Aide 2; Projectionist 2; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1,2 BASILE, ANTHONY R. BEINHARDT, ADOLF Industrial Arts Course Academic Course Intramural Bowling 1; Hi Y 2,3; H. R. Latin Club 2.3 Representative 3; Steering Committee 3; Night Rider Staff 2,3; Junior Achievement 2; Flower Committee 3 35BELCIK. LARRY Industrial Arts Course Basketball 1; Conservation Club 2; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3 BENKA, RONALD Industrial Arts Course Band 1,2,3 BONACCl FRANK General Course Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Bowling 1; Band 1,2 BRANZOVICH. CAROL J. Commercial Course Field Day 3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Attendance Staff 3 BROSCOE. JAMES R. General Course Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; ACappella2,3; H. R. Representative 2; Night Rider Staff 1; Class Play 3; ACappella Accompanist 2,3 BULLANO, GERALD A Academic Course Intramural Bowling 1,2; French Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; ACappella 1. 2,3; Music Council 3; Vice-President Chorus 3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Cbmmittee 2; Honor Student 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Invitation Committee 3; Dance Committee 3; School Play 3 And once I was a 90 lb weakling!This isn't Farrell! CAMPBELL, JEAN Commercial Course Intramural Volleyball 2; Commercial Club 3; French Club 2,3; Tri Hi Y Club 2,3; Office Testing 2; Tri Hi Y Cabinet 2,3; Field Day 3; Junior Achievement 2 CAMPERO, CELIA Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club2; Office Testing 3; Junior Aide 2; Field Day 3 CANNON, BEVERLY Commercial Course Intramural Volleyball 2; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y Club 3; Chorus 1; Color Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Homecoming Attendant 3; Night Rider Staff 1 CAPPARELLI, GUY General Course Intramural Bow 1 i ng 1,2,3; French Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Editor of Night Rider 3 37 Hawaii was never like this! CHINNERY. IRENE Commercial Course Field Day 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2,3; Tri Hi Y 1 CHIODO, GERALD A. Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Field Day 2.3 CHIRIKAS, GEORGE CHIURAZZI, GERALDINE Industrial Arts Course Commercial Course Prom Committee 2 Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Office Assistant 3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Junior Achievement 2,3; Theme Committee 3; Secretary Scoop Editor 3; Night Rider Society Editor 3 38CELENZI, LOUIS Industrial Arts Course Track 2; Intramural Basketball 2 CHALUPKA, LILLIAN Commercial Course Field Day 3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2 CHICCARINO. LETITIA D. Academic Course Intramural Bowling 1,2; Latin Club 1, 2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; A Cappella 3; Junior 1,2; H. R. Representative 2; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2 CHICCARINO, LINDA MARIE Academic Course Cheerleader 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Future Nurses Club 1,2; Tri Hi Y 2, 3; Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 3; Junior Aide 1; H. R. Representative 1,2; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Homecoming Queen 3; Thespian Club 3; French Club Secretary 2; Class Play 3 1961 CLARKE, RONALD E. Academic Course Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Motto Committee 3 COLE, JEAN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 2,3; Latin Club 1,2, 3; Tri Hi YClub President 2,3; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Majorette 1,2,3; Assistant Head Majorette 3; Invitation Committee 3; Prom Committee 2 39s CURTICIAN, TOM Industrial Arts Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 2; Prom Committee 2 D’AMICO. CAROL ANN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 2,3; Latin Club 1,2, 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Band 1,2.3; Chorus 1,2; Majorette 3; Color Guard 1.2; Color Committee 3; Projectionist 3 DANIEL. DOROTHY CARLA Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Night Rider Staff 1; Thespian Club 3 DAVID, ALEX T. Industrial Arts Course Conservation Club 1,2,3; Conservation Club President 1,2,3; Projectionist 3; Prom Committee 2 Some people will laugh at anything. DEFLIN, MICHELENE A. Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Night Rider Society Editor 2,3; Junior Achievement 2,3; Motto Committee 3; Field Day 2,3 DeMARCO, ROBERT Academic Course Latin Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; Band 1,2,3; Honor Student 1,2; Field Day 2,3f DeCAPUA, GERALDINE K. Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; French Club 3; Future Nurses Club 1,2; Latin Club 2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Field Day 2,3 I " Watch him drop it! DeMARTINIS. MICHAEL J. Industrial Arts Intramural Bowling 3 DeVITO, NICHOLAS Industrial Arts Course Football 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Field Day 3; Conservation Club 3 DRESCH, LOIS Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Office Assistant 3; Majorette 1,2,3; Music Council 1,2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Head Majorette 3; Band Historian 2; Band Librarian 1.2,3 EVANS. RICHARD JOSEPH Academic Course Intramural Volleyball 3; Intramural Bowling 1; Field Day 2,3; Conservation Club 2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 2,3; Night Rider Staff 3 41The crowded condition in our school today FRANKO. GARY ALBERT Academic Course Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; V. P. Key Club 2; Band 1,2,3; Music Council 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Homecoming Escort 3; Band Business Manager 3; Theme Committee 3; Associate Editor Night Rider 3 GRANDE, JANICE Commercial Course Field Day 3 GRANDE. RICHARD R. General Course Latin Club 2,3 GRAY, STANLEY Industrial Arts Course Basketball 1; Track 3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Ping Pong 3; Key Club 1 HARDEN, ERNESTINE General Course Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Volleyball 1; Thespian Club 2; Tri Hi Y 3; P. A. Announcer 2,3; Library Staff 1,2,3 42FREYTAG, DENNIS PAUL General Course Latin Club 2,3 GALICIA, LOUIS F. JR. Academic Course French Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Thespian Club 2,3; Key Club 1; Projectionist 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Field Day 3 GENTILE, JOSEPH Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 3; Conservation 2; Field Day 2,3 GEORGE, JANICE LEE Commercial Course 1961 Don't they make a cute couple? HEIM AN, RICK Academic Course Basketball 1,2,3; Hi Y 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club 1,2,3; P. A. Announcer 2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3 HEIRS, CHARLES Academic Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 3 Do you think it will curl? 43HLINSKY. BETH NINA Academic Course Cheerleader 1; Intramural Bowling 1; Future Nurses 1,2; Latin Club 1, 2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; H. R. Representative 2; Prom Committee 2; Homecoming Attendant 1 HLINSKY, JEAN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1; Field Day 2, 3; French Club 1,2; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Tri Hi Y Treasurer 2,3; Color Guard 1; Steering Committee 3; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Color Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 3 HOFFMAN, FREDRICK JAMES Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Conservation Club 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2 HOLLER, ROBERT J. Industrial Arts Course Field Day 3; Conservation Club 3 HOLLOWAY, TETHONIE JR. Commercial Course Hi Y 3; Chorus 1,2,3; ACappella 1,2, 3; Projectionist 3; Night Rider Staff 1 ILYKO, MARY SUE Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Tri Hi Y 3 PEEK-A-BOO JOHNSON, GERALDINE L. Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3; Field Day 3; Homemakers Club 3; Latin Club 1,2, 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Theme Committee 3 JONES, PATRICIA ANN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3; Future Nurses 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Junior Aide 2; Night Rider Staff 1; Field Day 3; Senior In vita t ion Committee 3 KACERSKL ELEANOR PATRICIA Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 1; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 1; Chorus 1; Field Day 2,3 KAHL, JOHN Academic Course Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1; Intramural Bowling 1; Latin Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; A Cap-pella 1,2; H.R. Representative 2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 1,2; Honor Student 1,2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; President -Sophomore and Junior Class; Vice-Presi-dent-Senior Class 45"Man, she is.............! KOCIS, ELEANORE MARIE Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2; Field Day 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 3; Chorus l,2,3;ACappella 1,2,3; Night Rider Staff 1,2 KOCIS, GEORGIAN MARIE Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2; Commercial Club 3; ACappella 1,2,3; Steering Committee 3; Projectionist 2; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 2; Treasurer Commercial Club 3; Co-Editor Secretary Scoop 3; Chorus Librarian 3 KRZYSIEK, ANNETTE JOAN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 3; French Club 1,2, 3, Future Nurses Club 2; Thespian Club 3; Honor Society 3; H, R. Representative 2; Projectionist 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1, 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Associate Editor Night Rider 3; Junior Achievement 2; Motto Committee 3 LAZOR, CATHERINE E. Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Junior Aide 2 46KECKES, DANIEL J. Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 KIDD, BOB KILAR, MARY A. Academic Course Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intra- Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; mural Bowling 2,3; Field Day 2,3; Junior Aide 2; Field Day 3 French Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club 3; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3;ACappella 1,2,3; Music Council 3 K LAD IT IS, EMMANUEL Academic Course Track 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3 LEDBETTER, MATTHEW C. Commercial Course Conservation Club 3; Hi Y 3; Commercial Club 3; ACappella 1.2,3; Projectionist 3; District Chorus 1,2, 3; State Chorus 2,3; Hi Y Secretary 3 LAZOR, ROSEMARIE Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Junior Aide 2 ...........and once long ago there lived a beautiful princess............ 2 47 Hey! Wait for us?MARKS, JUDITH ANN Commercial Course Commercial Club3; Honor Society 3; Chorus 1; Junior Aide 2; Honor Student 2; Vice-President-Commercial Club 3; Secretary Mr. Dresch 3 MAROSCHER, CECIUA KAREN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2; Field Day 2,3; Future Nurses Club 2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3;ACappella 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y Chaplain 2,3; Tri Hi Y Usherette 3; Thespian Club 3 LeVRANd, RONALD Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Intramural Ping Pong 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 1,2, 3; Key Club 1,2,3; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Color Committee 3; Treasurer of Key Club 2,3 LEWIS, JOHNNIE commercial Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Color Committee 3 Dig that crazy Ohio license plate! OfiS LONG, CHARLES LOTKA, BEVERLY ANN Academic Course General Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Intramural Intramural Bowling 3; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3 Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Night Rider Staff Typist 3MAGNOTTO, MARY ELIZABETH General Course Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Bowling 1; Prom Committee 2; French Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Junior Aide 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3 Drew and Linda Do you like my bracelet? Romeos, Romeos! Where art thou Romeos? MARTIN. BERNADETTE ANN Academic Course Intramural Volleyball 3; French Club 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1,2; Thespian Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Office Assistant 3; Projectionist 2; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Junior Achievement 2; Reflector Staff 3 McKENNA. KEN General Course Field Day 2,3; Hi Y 3; Latin Club 1, 2,3; Band 1,2,3; Night Rider Staff 3 MEISLIK. HOWARD JULES Academic Course French Club 1,2 MESSINA, JOSEPH P. Industrial Arts Course 49You stole my horse, mister! I can't wait till the party tonight. MOORE, BONNIE Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Volleyball 1,2; Intramural Bowling 1,2; Commercial Club 3; French Club 1; Homemakers 1,2; Library Stall 1,2; Sharon High School 1,2 PACSL CATHY Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2,3: Field Day 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1,2 MOORE. KENNETH General Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Field Day 2, 3; Invitation Committee 3; Night Rider Stall 1 MORAR, LAUNAJEAN Academic Course Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club 2,3; Junior Aide 2; Night Rider Stall 1,3; Thespian Club Secretary 3; Senior Breaklast Committee 2 50MIKULIN, CHARLENE JEAN Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1; Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2.3; Secretary Tri Hi Y 2,3; Chorus 1,2; A Cappclla 3 MISIK JOHN E. Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1; Co.iser-vationClub3; Hi Y Club 3;ACappella 1,2,3; H, R. Representative 3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2 MITCHELL, ERIC Industrial Arts Course MITTAL. JOHN M. Industrial Arts Course Conservation Club 3; Math Club 3 Can't a man get a tan in peace? MOROCCO, RUSSEL J. MOROCCO, JEAN ANN Academic Course General Course Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Bowling 1; Latin Club 1,2; Key Club 1,2; Chorus l;ACappclla 1,2; Projectionist 2; Night Rider Staff 1 MORGAN, JOHN P. Industrial Arts Course Track 1,3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2,3; Conservation Club 3; Chorus Manager 3 51 MOROCCO, JOE Industrial Arts Course MORRISON. DAVID W. Academic Course French Club 1.2,3; Hi Y 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; ACappella 1,2,3; P.A. Announcer 1,2,3; H. R. Representative 2.3; Steering Committee 3; Projectionist 3; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Field Day 2,3; Band Announcer 3; Choir President 3; Theme Committee 3; Thespian Club3; Hi Y Treasurer 3; District Chorus 2; State Chorus NAPOLITAN, CAMILE Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Junior Aide 2; Reflector Staff 3; Field Day 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2; Secretary Scoop Typist 3 NIXON, CHARLES Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1,3; Field Day 2,3; Homecoming Escort 3 2 O'KRESIK, ROBERT Industrial Arts Course Football 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Conservation Club 3 ORENDI, ROBERT KARL Academic Course Latin Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; ACappella 1,2,3;Chorus 1,2,3; Music Council 3; Bowling 1,2; Field Day 2; District Chorus 3; District Band 3 Minnie Ha-HaORIS. LOUIS Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Bowling 1 PALDINO, ALBERT M. Academic Course Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Field Day 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; Steering Committee 3; Honor Student 1,2; Vice President of Honor Society 3 SANDERS. PAT General Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Volleyball 3; Field Day 2,3; Conservation Club 3; Latin Club 3; Steering Committee 3; Projectionist 3; Prom Committee 3 PAVLOVICH. DIANA M. Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2; Commercial Club 3; Secretary of Honor Society 3; Chorus 1.2,3; ACappella 1,2,3; Junior Aide 2; H. R. Representative 1,2.3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1,2; Night Rider Staff 1.2,3; Secretary of Class 2,3 53PILLITTERL PAUL Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3 PLATTEBORZE, HAROLD Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 3; Field Day 3; Junior Aide 2 PODLEYON, THOMAS S. Academic Course Track 1,3; Conservation Club 1,2,3; French Club 2; Hi Y 2,3; Chorus 1,2, 3; ACappella 1,2,3; Projectionist 1,2, 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Reflector Staff Photographer 2,3; Chief projectionist POPADAK, TOM Industrial Arts Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Key Club 1, 2,3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,3; Invitation Committee 3 54PENDEL, ROBERT ANDREW PERFILIO, ANDREW MARK PETSKO, LEWIS L PHILLIPS, MARCIA A. Academic Course Latin Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club President 2,3; Honor Society President 3; Chorus 1; ACappella 1; P. A. Announcer 1,2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1,2; Basketball Manager 1,2,3; Theme Committee Chairman 3; Class Plays 2,3 Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 PORTAL, XANDRE LEE PUHL JOHN General Course Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Field Day 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Tri Hi Y Program Chairman 2,3; A Cappella 1,2,3 Aren't they industrious Industrial Arts Course General Course Conservation Club 3 Intramural Volleyball 3; Future Nurses 1,2; Tri Hi Y 3; Invitation Committee 3ROSCOE, CAROL A. Commercial Course GieldDay 3; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y2; Honor Society 3; Chorus 1,3; Junior Aide 2; Honor Student 2; Senior Breakfast Committee 2; Secretary to Mr. Morocco 3; Homecoming Escort 1; Prom Committee 2 ROSSI, SAMUEL Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Bowling 1,2; French Club 1,2, 3; Key Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2; Chorus 1; H. R. Representative 1; Steering Committee 3 stmofis RICHNAVSKY, SOPHIE Commercial Course Field Day 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Honor Society 3; Junior Aide 2; Honor Student 1,2; Senior Breakfast Committee 2; Athletic Office Secretary 3 ROBISON. ELAINE JUNE Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Volleyball 2; Field Day 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Thespian Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3 PUSTINGER, PAUL RAGAN, GEORGIA Academic Course Academic Course Track 1; Latin Club 1,2,3 Cheerleader 1; Intramural Basket- ball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Thespian Club 2,3; Tri Hi Y 3; ACappella 1,2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1; Flower Committee 3 May I have this dance? Are the 3 stooges on yet?ROCK. JU LIANNE Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3; Field Day 2, 3; French Club 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1,2; Thespian Club 1,2,3; Trl Hi Y 3; Projectionist 3; Night Rider Stall 1 ’Well, itTs like this RUFFO, FREDERICA L. Commercial Course Field Day 3; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2; Honor Society 3; A Cappella 1, 2,3; Honor Student 2; Night Kider Staff 3; Senior Breakfast Committee 2 SANFORD. RONALD A Industrial Arts Course Football 2,3; Basketball 1; Track 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2 SAKONYI, RONALD E. Academic Course Football 2; Track 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; H. R. Representative 2; Steering Committee 3; Projectionist 3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1; Secretary of Key Club 3 SAPIC, ELI General Course Latin Club 3 57SAVACH, RONALD THOMAS Industrial Arts Course Track 2,3; Field Day 3; Conservation 3; Prom Committee 2 SINCEK, STEPHEN J. Academic Course Basketball 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Projectionist 2; Night Rider Staff 1 SINOPOLI, RALPH P. Industrial Arts Course Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Steering Committee 3; Projectionist 3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 2 SKAROSl STEPHEN Industrial Arts Course Track 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Key Club 3; Band 1,2,3; Music Council 3; H. R. Representative 3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2 SKIBO. JANICE LEE Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Office Assistant 3 58SCOTT, IRENE ANN Academic Course Latin Club 2,3 SETTLE, DAVID THOMAS Academic Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Conservation Club 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Night RiderStafll,2,3; Color Committee 3 SERBIC, CAROL A. Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Junior Aide 2; Field Day 3; Senior Breakfast Committee 2 SHEBECK, JOANNE R Commercial Course Intramural Volleyball 3; Field Day 3 Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y Club 3 A Cappella 1,2,3; Projectionist 3 Night Rider Staff 1; Reflector Staff 3 Secretary Scoop Artist 3; Mr. Matusack’s Assistant SOMICH. GERALD L. Industrial Arts Course SPANJA, THOMAS FRANK Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Hi Y 1,2,3, Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2, Invitation Committee 3; A Cappella 1,2,3; Night Rider Staff 1,2 SMITH, CLAUDIA Academic Course Future Nurses 1; Latin 2,3; Library Staff 2 59SPRUK, EDWARD Academic Course Field Day 2,3; Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Conservation Club 3; French Club 2; Hi Y 3; Thespian Club 1; Night Rider Staff 2,3 STAPLES. DAVID WAYNE Academic Course Intramural Basketball 3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3, ACappella 1,2,3; Music Council 2,3; H. R. Representative 2; Prom Committee 2; Band President 3; District Chorus 1,2,3; Band Vice-President 2 STAUL, ROBERT General Course Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Field Day 2,3; Theme Committee 3; Junior Aide 2 STEFANAC, JANICE Commercial Course Intramural Bowling 2; Field Day 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Thespian Club 2,3; Junior Aide 2 Did someone here ask for a massage? STIFTINGER, JOANNE M. Commercial Club Cheerleader 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Chorus Treasurer 3; ACappella 1,2, 3; Music Council 2; H. R. Representative 2; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1 STRIZZI, DONA Academic Course Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2, 3; ACappella 1,2,3; Music Council 3; Steering Committee 3; Night Rider Staff 3; Prom Committee 2; Motto Committee 3 STEFANESH, MARILYN Commercial Course Intramural Bowling 2; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Office Assistant 3; Tri Hi Y Cabinet 3; Secretary Scoop Reporter Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . . Gads! Is she heavy!! The five Freshman SUJKA, MICHAEL F. Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Honor Student 1,2; Senior Class Play 3; Thespian Club 3 SVIRBELY, JUDY Commercial Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Commercial Club 3; Band 1,2,3; Music Council 3; Prom Committee 2; Band Secretary 3; Field Day 2,3 SYLVESTER, JAMES A. JR General Course Conservation Club 3; French Club 3 TAUB, HILDA ANN Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Attendance Staff 3; Junior Aide 2 61THOMAS. ROY ALLEN Industrial Arts Course Track 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Conservation Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Non-conformist!! VAUGHN, FRED A. Industrial Arts Course Field Day 2,3 VECHEREN, IVAN J. Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 2,3; Intramural Ping Pong 3 VELLENTE, DONNA Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Thespian Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; H. R. Representative 2; Prom Committee 2; Homecoming Attendant 3; Color Committee 3; Prom Aide 1; Thespian Club Treasurer 3 ; Intramural Basketball 2; Reflector Staff 3 WALIGA, BARBARA Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Tri Hi Y 2.3; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Chorus 1; Junior Aide 2; Steering Committee 3; Senior Breakfast Committee 2; Flower Committee 3 62TOTIN, JUDY General Course Intramural Basketball 1 TROP. CYNTHIA M. V ADA LA, BEN Academic Course Industrial Arts Course Cheerleaders 1,2,3; Intramural Conservation Club 3 Bowling 1; Latin Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y Vice-President 2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Honor Student 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3; Homecoming Committee 3; Senior Breakfast Committee 2 VARRO. DONNA JEAN Commercial Course A Cappella 1,2 WATSON. BILL Academic Course Latin Club 1.2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; Theme Committee 3 WEBER, AGNES E. Academic Course Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Tri Hi Y 3; Junior Aide 2; Night Rider Staff 3; Latin Club Treasur er 2; Motto Committee 3; Reflector Staff 3 63WELLS. ELEANOR Commercial Course Commercial Club 3; Chorus 1; Field Day 3 WHITE. THOMAS General Course Intramural Bowling 1,2.3; Intramural Ping Pong 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Key Club 1,2,3; Music Manager 1,2, 3; NightRiderStaffl,2,3; Projectionist 1; Senior Class President 3 WILLIAMS. JANE ARLENE Academic Course French Club 1,2.3; Homemakers Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2.3; Majorette 2,3; Color Guard 1; Projectionist 3; Night Rider Staff 3 WILLIAMS. VELA B. General Course Future Nurses Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2,3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Night Rider Staff 1.2 Four "little" ladies? WOJTANOSKI, ADRIENNE ANN Academic Course Latin Club President 2; Latin Club 1.2,3; Tri Hi Y 2; Honor Student 1,2; Honor Society 3; Honor Society Treasurer 3; P. A. Announcer 1.2,3; Steering Committee 3; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3: Editor-in-Chief Night Rider 3; Invitation Committee 3; Senior Breakfast Committee 2 WOJTANOSK1. DONNA JEAN Commercial Course Intramural Bowling 1,2; Field Day 2,3; CommercialClub3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Office Assistant 3;ACappella 1,2,3; Junior Aide 2; Night Rider Staff 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2 And this is our President??? 64 WINSTON. R STANLEY Industrial Arts Course J. V. Basketball 2; Track 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3; Field Day 2,3 WOLGAST. CHARLENE Commercial Course Field Day 3; Commercial Club 3 WORK. AARON W. General Course Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Conservation Club 2,3; French Club 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2,3; Field Day 2,3 WRIGHT, DAISY L. Commercial Course Intramural Volleyball 3: Field Day 2 3; Commercial Club 3; Homemakers Club 2; Tri Hi Y 2,3; H. R. Representative 2,3; Steering Committee 3; Prom Committee 2; Night Rider Staff 1,2; Flower Committee 3; Reflector Typist 3 YURCIC, ANNE Commercial Course Intramural Bowling 2; Commercial Club 3; Tri Hi Y 2,3; Assistant for Mr. Morocco; Commercial Club President 3 65L. to r. Jane Williams, Linda Chiccarino, Cynthia Trop, Joanne Stiftinger, Jean Cole. Front: Lois Dresch. Absent, Carol D’AmicoFirst Row: Johnnie Lewis, Charles Hiers, Dave Settle, Kenny Moore, John Kahl, Willie Alford, Pat Sanders, Tom Popadak, Ronnie Clarke, Nick DeVito, Bob Staul. Second Row: Melvin Webb, Aaron Work, Robert Samuels, Paul Goda, Bob Nelson, Tom Curtician, Ron Notar, Gary Verholek, Maurice Hopkins, Cecil Crowder, Chuck Long. Third Row: Jon Overton, Nick Generalovich, Ron Sanford, Joe Bubba, Tony Cerra, Sam Lazich, John LaCamera, Donald Miller, Elmer Flint, Tony DeGeralamo, Chris Bellich. Fourth Row: Dennis Antos, George Thomas, Don Carfagna, Jim Kkibas, Gene Koshan, Mike Moroco, Joe Landa, Howard Johnson, Ernie Robinson, Ron Tamber. Fifth Row: Donal Jackson, Fred Somerset, James Starkey, Mike Misik, Lin Stoner, Rick Miskolitz, Robert Crowder, Bob White, Arthur Scarmack. Sixth Row: Bernard Chec (Manager), Harold Askemeese, James Campbell, George Franklin, Larry Gurrera, Fred DeGeralamo, Dennis Chintella, James Quinn, Steve Savach (Manager). FOOTBALL THE 1960 VARSITY SQUAD Bob Staul Tom Popadak Tom Curtician Ronnie Clarke John Kahl Varsity Football Coach Mr. Anthony Paulekas Assistant Coach Mr. John Popadak F. H. S. 28 Erie Acade F. H. S. 7 Aliquippa 6 F. H. S. 0 Butler 6 F. H. S. 6 Salem 7 F. H. S. 13 Ell wood City 0 F. H. S. 18 Beaver Falls 33 F. H. S. 13 Niles 13 F. H. So 14 Ambridge 20 F. Ho S. 39 Sharon 0 Charles Hiers Charles Long Willie Alford Dave Settle Johnnie Lewis Pat SandersKennie Moore Ron Notar Aaron Work Ron Sanford THE 1960 FOOTBALL SEASON We can be truly proud of this year's Farrell High Night Riders under the fine coaching of Mr. Anthony Paulekas, assistant head coach Mr. John Popadak, and trainer Mr. Steve Karlovich. Farrell easily overtook Erie Academy in the season's opener at Farrell. The Night Riders took an early 16-0 halftime lead with John Kahl, Willie Alford, and Ronnie Clarke doing most of the leg work. Farrell won the game by adding 12 more points to their score to make it 28-0. In our second game of the season with Aliquippa, the game remained scoreless until the third quarter, when Tom Popadak made a touchdown. John Kahl kicked the conversion which later proved to be the winning point. Aliquippa also made a touchdown in the third period with less than a minute left to play. The Night Riders showed great defensive work by holding the Quips on the one yard line as the game ended. Score— FHS 7 - Aliquippa 6. Farrell, after a hard fought decision, absorbed their firstdefeatof the season. They lost to Butler by a score of 6-0. The Paulekasmen then went to Salem, Ohio, only to suffer their second defeat; but not before Tom Popadak scored six points in the final quarter. With less than a minute left to play, Salem came back and scored seven points to nip Farrell 7-6. The Night Riders made the Homecoming at Farrell a success by beating Ell wood City 13-0. The touchdowns were made by Kenny Moore and Nick DeVito. Farrell went to New Castle and handed them a crushing 35-0 defeat. John Kahl, Willie Alford, Bob Samuels and Tony Corra contributed to the scorings. Farrell suffered a hard defeat at the hands of the Beaver Falls team. Intercepted passes and fumbles were the major causes of the Night Riders defeat. The final score was 33-18. Farrell came back and gained some of their prestige bytying Niles, Ohio's tenth ranked team, 13-13. In the fourth quarter with Farrell losing 13-0, John Kahl made a touchdown to make it 13-6. With 30 seconds left, and Niles in possession of the ball, a junior, Maurice Hopkins, broke through the Niles line, stole the ball and electrified the crowd by running 50 yards for a touchdown. Kahl calmly converted the extra point and tied the score 13-13. In our ninth game of the season our hopes were riding high for victory with Ambridge. But our "down river" hosts were most rude by handing us a 20-14 defeat. The tense rivality between Farrell and Sharon ended in a sweet victory for Farrell by a 39-0 score. The effort must be credited to team spirit that rode high in the traditional encounter between the schools; the final score made little difference. It was a confident, high-riding team that completely dominated the game from beginning to end. The magnificent play of Farrell's stout defense completely contained the Tiger attack and caused the Orange Black to fumble three times. The Blue Gold intercepted three passes and blocked a punt for good measure. The touchdowns were made by Kenny Moore, Ronnie Clarke, John Kahl, Tony DeGeralomo, and Bob Samuels, who scored twice. Following the victory Coach Tony Razzano of Sharon praised the Night Riders by saying "I have never seen a more aggressive and more alert ball club—they (Farrell) were ready at every turn. Everything we did turned to poison. They hit us before we got started." Playing their last game as seniors were Willie Alford, Ronnie Clarke, Tom Curtician, Nick DeVito, Charles Hiers, John Kahl, John Lewis, Charles Long, Kennie Moore, Ron Notar, Bob O'Kresik, Tom Popadak, Pat Sanders, Ron Sanford, Dave Settle, Bob Staul, and Aaron Work. Further honors went to the Night Riders by having two senior playe rs receive All-W.P.I.A.L. honors. Willie Alford made second team, while Tom Popadak made the third team. Willie Alford also made first team of the Associated Press. 70WOODWIND FARRELL HIGH Row 1: Beverly Lotka, Andrew Thomas, Daniel Vivolo, Marie Testa, Victoria Drapp, Sharon Kim-my, Anita Mastrian, Bob Kudelko, Georgia Mos-covitis, Judy Svirbely. Row 2: Thomas Joseph, Esther Feher, Sally Repas, Raymond Giovanelli, Bob DeMarco, Carl Basich, Ronald Crivello, Olga Rakoci, Joy Staples. Row 3: Nick Rozzi, Laura Pishko, Richard Benka, Bob Orendi, Phil Cagigas, Steve Skarosi, Anthony Costanza, Bill Roth, Palmer PaciJLlo, Robert Gasparich. BASS Rowl: Robert Dumaire, Louis Lemos, John Johnson, Frank Madura. Row 2: Kenneth McKenna, Herb Underwood, Bruce Konningsburg, Kathy Gutta. Row 3: Frank Curcio, Kenneth Alford, Kenneth Miller, Thomas Miller. BAND MANAGERS Row 1: Sam Elia, Tom White, Dave Morrison. Row 2: John Tatusko, John Morgan, Francis Puhala, Udo Graef. 72SENIOR BAND Row 1: Barbara Curcio, Terry Ursetta, Mary Leisher, Sam Falvo, Mary Magnotto. Row 2 . Joe Smegal, William Usalt, Garry Franko, Ronald Benka, Louis Gerurino, Joe Reda. Row 3 . Eugene Gelland, Kenneth Zolton, Eric Murdock, Dave Staples, Robert Kidd, Carl Bobby, James Leone. BRASS Mr. James V. Scanga Band Director Row 1: Barbara Curcio, Terry Ursetta, Mary Leisher, Sam Falvo, Mary Magnotto. Row 2: Joe Smegal, William Usalt, Garry Franko, Ronald Benka, Louis Geurino, Joe Reda. Row 3: Eugene Gelfand, Kenneth Zolton, Eric Murdock, Dave Staples, Robert Kidd, Carl Bobby, James Leone. PERCUSSION Row 1: James Campero, Guy Caparrelli, Arthur Irvine, David Nicoloff, Ronald Aiello, Robert Turner. Row 2: Annette Pugliese, James Washington, Francis Puhala. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Row 1: Patty Monteson, Joanne Stiftinger (Captain), Linda Chiccarino (Co - Captain). Row2: Patty Pastore, Cynthia Trop. Row 3: Lenora Matthews. MAJORETTES Carol DAmico Senior Majorette Row 1: Carol D’Amico, Jean Cole, Jane Williams, Lois Dresch (Head Majorette). Row 2: Dona Stevens on, Donna Nicol off, Marcia Dews, Sharra Dresch, Stephanie Gutowski. Row 3: Thelma Motton, Barbara Hornyak, Lollie Bordy, Carol DeNoi, Pamela Grande. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Andrea Evakich, Linda Latsko, Alexis Generalovich, Audrey Herskovitz, Patty Mastrian, Marilyn Benetto.TRACK Finalists in the W.P.LA.L. track meet. Left to right: Coach Mr. Russell Phillips, Paul Goda, Pat Sanders, Billy Alford, Tom Popadak, Carl James and James Dunkerly, manager. I960 TRACK RECORD Farrell 71 1 3 Youngstown Ursuline. 46 2 3 Farrell 65 Youngstown North 53 Farrell 65 Youngstown Chaney 47 Youngstown South 36 INVITATIONAL MEET AT NEW CASTLE New Castle Butler Farrell Grove City Mercer Union Township Slippery Rock W.P.LA.L. QUALIFYING MEET AT WESTMINSTER New Castle 44 11 12 Butler 41 5 12 Beaver Falls 25 1 3 Ambridge 22 Farrell 21 1 3 Hopewell 18 1 2 Beaver 16 23 24 Aliquippa 16 1 3 Ell wood City 9 Freedom 6 Midland 5 ATHLETIC OFFICE Athletic Director Mr. Ralph Dresch and two of his student secretaries, Judy Marks and Sophie Richnavsky. 75VARSITY WILLIE ALFORD THE RECORD JACK MARIN F.H.S. 59. F.H.S. 69. F.H.S. 90. F.H.S. 66. F.H.S. 49. F.H.S. 67. F.H.S. 72. F.H.S. 83. F.H.S. 57. F.H.S. 64. F.H.S. 43. F.H.S. 58. F.H.S. 60. F.H.S. 59. F.H.S. 55, F.H.S. 47 F.H.S. 73 F.H.S. 57 F.H.S. 50 F.H.S. 62 F.H.S. 60 F.H.S. 38 Won 17 x Farrell ♦ Section . . .Har-Brack . . .Youngstown South . . .Altoona . . .Pittsburgh Fifth Avenue . . .New Kensington . . .Allegheny . . .Warren, Pa. . . .Camden N. J. . . .Uniontown . . .Beaver Falls . . .Ellwood City . . .Aliquippa . . .Ambridge . . .New Castle . . .Sharon . . .Bethlehem . . .Beaver Falls . . .Ellwood City , . . .Aliquippa , . . .Ambridge , . . .New Castle , . . .Sharon Lost 5 Lions Club Tournament 3 games 41 38 73 47 40 41 JOHN KAHL GARY FRANKO GEORGE KAUNEY, NICK GENERALOVICHBASKETBALL BOB SAMUELS THE STO STEVE SINCEK RY LARRY AUSTIN, STANLEY GRAY, RICK HEIMAN JACK GUNSLEY Farrell High Sc bool Steelers' bid for an unprecedented third straight PLAA Class A State Championship Title failed in the final game of the regular season. Also with it went the hopes for the ninth Section HI Championship. The Steelers finished in a second place tie in the final section standings. This year's club came back strong after being practically counted out of the race following two early losses to Allquippa and Ambridge. The Steelers avenged these setbacks and almost pulled the Section III title out of the fire. They only needed a victory over Sharon to finish in a tie with the Allquippa Indians. In December of 1960 with only one regular returning from the 1959-60 squad, Coach Edwards J. McCluskey and his Farrell Steelers began the 1960-61 season with great hopes for another great season. Against non-league foes the McCluskeymen compiled a record of six victories and one defeat. Triumphs were scored over Har-Brack, Altoona, Pittsburgh Fifth Avenue, New Kensington, Allegheny, and Warren, Pa. Farrell's one defeat went to Bethlehem. In the annual Lion's Club Tournament the Steelers easily defeated Camden, New Jersey, a team which had been the New Jersey State Champions for the past two years. In second round play Farrell was defeated by strong Uniontown quintet. In the first game of Section in league competition the Steelers rapped Beaver Falls 64-43. The first half of the game was limited by the sharp defensive play of both teams, but in the third quarter Farrell took the lead and never relinquished it. Ellwood City, our second opponent in Section III play, proved to be a difficult team to beat. This proved to be an eventful game as two of the regulars were benched; even with these odds against them the Steelers went ahead and pulled through to win 43-38. The first blow to our hopes of another Section III crown came with a loss to Ali-quippa. The Steelers loot this game mainly on fouls when five Farrell men were benched via the personal foul route. The score was 73-58. In the next Section III game w were dealt another crushing blow when Ambridge defeated us by a score of 67-60. Fouls again played a prominent part in this game. In the fourth quarter four Steelers strolled to the bench via the personal foul route. At this stage of the season's play the Section ID title hopes appeared to be lost, but Farrell again proved their "never say die" spirit when they defeated New Castle 59-48 after two straight stinging losses. The first half of the game was close with the score tied at the half. New Castle went ahead at the opening of the second half e jumped back and forth until the fourth quarter when tory. (Continued on page 78)Kneeling: Steve Sincek, Coach Ed McCluskey, Ron Clarke. Standing: Gary Franko, Bob Samuels, Jack Marin, Willie Alford, Jack Gunsley, John .Kahl. The McCluskeymen, who were being counted out of the Section in race, after losing two of their first five games rallied into contention again by defeating the Sharon High Tigers at Sharon. The Steelers locked up the contest inthe second periods when they outscored the Tigers to take a 30-19 half time lead. The final score was 55-43. The Steelers enjoyed their best night of the league campaign as they jolted Beaver Falls 73-43. Four of Coach McCluskey’s starters broke into the double-figure scoring column during a thirty-one field goal assult which completely overwhelmed the Fallsmen. An early first quarter "freeze" by the Ellwood City Wolverines failed to upset the Steelers as they moved to a 9-3 first quarter lead and then romped to a 29-6 halftime advantage. During the third quarter Mr. McCluskey began to insert his bench replacements who went into a classy passing freeze with four minutes left to play. The final score was 57-31. Farrell avenged an earlier loss to Aliquippa by defeating them to the tune of 50-47 on their home court. The victory was a sweet one and the prospects of the Farrell squad appeared to be much brighter. Some students who went to the game via bus arrived late when three bus loads of Farrellites found themselves on the way to West Virginia. All arrived at the Quip's gymnasium in time to learn the happy results. Ambridge, who started out to be the same pesky team that had defeated us in first-round play, dominated the first quarter action; but once the McCluskey men's attack started in high gear it was only a matter of the margin of victory. The final score was 62-40. Combining a fine zone defense and some fine shooting, the Steelers had little trouble in rolling to their seventh straight league win since their earlier losses. In their second encounter with the pesky New Castle Canes Farrell led all the way with the final score reading 60-44. In our final game of the season we lost a hard-fought decision to Sharon on the Steelers home floor. The game was close throughout with Sharon winning by a three-point margin, 41-38. The Steelers had a fine overall record of seventeen victories and five defeats. Some of the boys who played for the last team in high school basketball were Willie Alford, who won early recognition as an All-American scholastic selection, Ron Clarke, John Kahl, Gary Franko, Steve Sincek, George Kaliney, Stanley Gray, and Rick Heim an. Rick was injured midway in the sectional campaign and had to sit out the balance of the season. Ed Gray Student Manager 78THE JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD First row: Tudor Chirila, Don Carfagna, John Graef, Joe Landa, coach Paul Matusack, Authur Irvin, Larry Gurrera, Joe Messina, James Hilton, Cecil Crowder. Secondrow: Richard Carlos, Jerry Johnson, Robert Crowder, George Thomas, Anthony DeGeneralamo, Dick Ligner. Third row: Linn Stoner, Chris Bellich, James Quinn, Rick Miskolitz, Mike Misik, James Parcetich.civinBeverty Cannon......................................................................Senior Attendant Bernadette DeCapua..................................................................Junior Attendant Linda Chiccarino................................................................Homecoming Queen Sandra Santell.........................................................Sophomore Attendant Donna Vellente......................................................................Senior Attendant FARRELL SENIOR A CAPPELLA CONCERTHIGH SCHOOLFARRELL SENIOR DRAMATICS DEPT. "Take another shot," says Gale Joy, played by Linda Chiccarino, as she grabs Dave Morrison. Chester (Lou Galicia) found hiding under the bed.HIGH SCHOOL "THE LIVELY ARTS THESPIAN CLUB OF SISTER GERVAISE Bud Williams, the priest, Marlene Sanitate, Roberta Rodgers, Arlene Schuster, nuns and MiS6 Kathryn Polyzou, director of plays. The two sisters in the bottom row are Marlene Gutowski and Cherilyn Galicia.LATIN CLUB 11 FRENCH CLUB II 86JR. TRI-HI-Y TRI-HI-Y 87THESPIAN CLUBSTEERING COMMITTEE CONSERVATION CLUBSOPHOMORE LATIN AND FRENCH STUDENTS LATIN I CLUB FRENCH I CLUBNIGHT RIDER EDITORIAL BOARD EDITORS OF THE FARRELL NIGHT RIDER Guy Capparelli (Editor-in-Chief) Adrienne Wojtanoski (Editor-in-Chief) Annette Krzysiek Aaron W. Work (Associate Editors) i i EDITORS OF "SECRETARY’S SCOOPOUR LIBRARY STAFF THE NEWLY- FORMED ROCKETTES"OUR PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCERS Here are the six students whose cheery, pleasant voices we all hear each morning during the announcements. Standing are Drew Perfiiio, John Kahl, Robert Taylor and Dave Morrison. Seated are Beatrice Balluch and Ricky Heiman. FIELD DAY OUR SPIRITED SENIORSA TRIBUTE TO MISS CELIA BURNS MISS SARAH A. COOLEY Retiring this year after 41 years of faithful service as school nurse in the Farrell Area School District is Miss Celia Burns. Miss Burns was born in Salem, Ohio and lived in Cleveland, Ohio for a short time before the family moved to Farrell. She was graduated from Farrell High School in 1914 and pursued her nurse's training at St. Vincent's Charity Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, where she received her RN. She later took graduate work at the Cleveland Normal School and Western Reserve University. Throughout her years as school nurse, Miss Burns gave exemplary service above and beyond the professional duties and administrative expectations. This service included an appreciable amount of time and interest in follow-up cases in homes. She organized for the Farrell Area School District many state and national health programs including polio, tuberculosis, and nutrition. Among her many duties on the city level Miss Burns was active in the school system, Department of Public Assistance, and the Farrell Family Welfare Society. She was also a nutrition consultant for the school lunch program. She has an enviable record of continuous services with very few days of absence. Her outstanding personal traits, are her dedication to her work and her willingness to be of service to the city of Farrell. It would be a difficult task to mention any one educator who has been more devoted to the duties of her profession than Miss Sarah Cooley. Her name, through the years, has been synonymous with the word "dedication". In the Farrell Area School District, Miss Cooley is affectionately regarded by her fellow teachers as "The Teacher’s Teacher", for she has proved in numerous ways and on many occasions why she so richly deserves this distinction. Miss Cooley was graduated from Conneaut Lake High School in 1917. After graduation she taught both in Pine and Ha rtst own, Pennsylvania, elementary schools. Seven years later, 1924, she was graduated from Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, with a B.S. Degree majoring in the sciences. Since that time Miss Cooley has been teaching Biology in the Farrell Area School system. During the early years of her teaching career she found time to pursue her education and received her Master of Arts degree in 1933 from Columbia University, New York. There are no words which could adequately express to Miss Cooley the profound gratitude of the citizens of Farrell for the services she has rendered to the city and the students of Farrell High School. A very modest and refined person, who believes in hard work, honesty and integrity, she instilled this spirit in everyone who came in contact with her. Anyone meeting Miss Cooley has always come a-way with a lasting impression of having met a "grand lady". We wish her the best of luck, good health, and happiness during her retiring years. 94.GRADUATION DAY. FOR CLASS OF 1960 Graduates Listen Intently to Main Speaker. Mr. Grande and two award winners. Mr. Anthony Paulekas wishes a graduate well. 954 Farrell Senior High School FIFTY SEVENTH Annual Commencement Wednesday evening. June 8. 1980 at eight o’clock Farrell Senior High School Auditorium Senior Class Pres., Brian Gensralovich, Sup’t. John Hetra, and Mrs. Grace Bechtold. Processional "War March of the Priests" F. Mendelssohn The Farrell Senior High School Concert Band James V. Scanga, Conducting Invocation The Rabbi Hyman Krash, M. A.. of the Congregation B'nal Zion Farrell, Pennsylvania Clarinet Trio “Allegro" Beethoven-Hemied Robert Peruzzi, Francis Maselli, Carl Popadak Introduction and Recognition Superintendent of Schools of Retiring Teacher: and Senior Class president Mrs. Grace Bechtold Brian Generalovlch Introduction of Speaker John Hetra. Superintendent of Schools Commencement Address Dr. Joseph A. Hartman "The True All American" Professor of Education Director of Teacher Training Grove City College Grove City, Pennsylvania Vocal 8olo "All On This Perfect Night" F. Foster Carolyn Steiner, Soprano Constance Yerskey, Piano Accompanist Honor Roll and Awards Angelo M. Grande. Principal of the Senior High School Band Selection Highlights from “State Fair" R. Rodgers The Farrell Senior High School Concert Band Presentation of Diplomas Paul Kudelko, President, Farrell Area Board of Education John Hetra. Superintendent of Schools Angelo M. Grande, Principal of the Senior High School Recessional "Pomp and Circumstance" E. Elgar The Farrell Senior High School Concert Band ■------------------------------------------------------------- ae- Honor Students ACADEMIC COURSE Carol Koth Elaine Lufrlu Chcrilyn Galicia Robert Peruzzi Helene Chmielewski Ellen O'Shanic Robert Peel Karen Myers Janet Sweeney Dale Konigsburg Judith Jackson Charles Marin Susan Buslik James Mastrian Leonard Summers Suzanne Harakal Bernard Sims Josephine Bukovinsky Adrian Stefanish Irene Kapurik Paul Kudelko Connie Yerskey Virginia Kimmy Don Zikmund Marlene Gutowski Gloria Rossi Brian Generalovlch Robei-ta Rodgers Jonette Miskolitz Carl Popadak John Gutta Edythe Gully Carolyn Steiner Amy Moscovitis Louis Mastrian Deborah Chiccarino Lorenzo Fesler Alfred La Cam cm Delores Walda Melvin Weiss COMMERCIAL COURSE Marjorie Homer Paul Moldovan Maria Bernhardt Marlene Sanitate Joyce DeLise Angela Trengn Claudia Reagle INDUSTRIAL ARTS Raymond Dresch 961960 SENIOR AWARDS Wolves Club of Farrell $1600 Scholarship..................................Bernard Sims Farrell University Club $25 Bond................................................Carol Roth Bausch and Lomb Science Medal........................................Robert Peruzzi Shenango Valley Section Council of Jewish Women, $25 Bond............Marjorie Homer Westinghouse Electric Corporation, $25 Certificate.................Raymond Dresch Farrell Music Guild, A Cappella Chorus, $25 Bond.....................Carolyn Steiner Farrell Music Guild, Band, $25 Bond................................Joseph Gasparich Booster’s Club Science Award, $50 Bond...............................Robert Peru zzi Booster’s Club Award, $50 Bond.......................................Connie Yersky Junior Women’s College Club Language Award, $25 Bond.......................Carol Roth Mathematical Association of America Award, Balfour Company...........Bernard Sims Farrell Vplunteer Fireman, Women’s Auxiliary, $25 Bond..............Jonette Miskolitz PTA Home Economics Award, $25 Bond............................Elizabeth Cunningham PTA Industrial Arts Award, $25 Bond.................................Raymond Dresch Odd Fellows $25 Bond.................................................John Mathews Odd Fellows $25 Bond...............................................Any Moscovitis Proctor and Gamble Award for Home Economics........................Ellen O’Shanic F. H. S. Key Club (Farrell Kiwanas Club) $25 Bond in field of Art....Marie Bintz The Daughters of American Revolution Award.........................Karen Myers 97SENIOR CLASS BREAKFAST THE BIG DAY FINALLY ARRIVESTHE REFLECTOR STAFF Barbara Waliga - Editor |fcv Tom Podleyon Annette Krzysiek Geri Chiurazzi Cynthia Trop Bernadette Martin Xandre Portal Jean Hlinsky Cecilia Maroscher We, the staff, wish to thank Mr. Edward F. Flynn for his assistance with the yearbook during the absence of our yearbook advisor, Mr. Paul A. Komar. 99AUTOGRAPHS Class Flower White Carnation Class Motto "Look Back, Look to the Present, Look Ahead" Class Colors Navy Blue and Powder Blue 1..'-:-


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