Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)
- Class of 1964
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President Abraham Linco1n's "few and ap-
propriate remarks" have become an American
classic. They are presented here in tribute to,
and in memory of, a great Americanvwhose mes-
sage to his people remains as timely today as it
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FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
UNDER THE DOME
The home ofCongress
is at once the heart and
symbol of the American
system of representative
government. Under this
dome and behind the thick
walls of the Capitol the
activities of the elected
officials furthers the
powerful idea traceable
to the city-states of
ancient Greece--that free
men and women have the
right and ability to govern
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Miss Celia Burns
Mr. Frank Whalen
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Stanton who was on military leave.
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Mrs. Stella Ceslak
Mrs. Victoria Schmeisser
Principa.l's Office A
Mrs. Odelia Yoursh
Board Office V
Mrs. Rose Jankovich
Mrs. Ellen Galicia
Cafeteria supervisor, Mrs.
Florence Burn s and Mrs.
Betty DeMatteo, cafeteria
L. to R.: Mr. Anthony Rotell, Head
of Maintenance Farrell Area Schools
Mr. Al Knott, Head of Maintenance
Farrell High School Mr. Michael
Cannone, Mr. Joseph"Peppy" Costa
Our school painters, Mr. Paul Pendel and Mr.
Gerald "Hop" Flynn getting up in the world.
L. to R.: Mrs. Edna Grande, Mrs. Sue Bacon, Mrs. Doris
Klaric and Mrs. Beatrice Biggs.
James Campbell and Hasco Darden
take "breathe r" during milk de-
liveries in the morning.
truck driver and Mr. Stanley Chestnut.
RANDOM PIX AT F.H.S.
Mr. Dresch with his able assistants Rose Calleja, Darla
Williams, and Mary Ann Pavlik.
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Mr. Morocco and Mr. Grande with their clerical staff.
Diligently working with them in the Guidance Department
were Geraldine Sve da, Mary Jean Vicozi, Linda Jen-
nings and Gail Jennings.
Mr. Burns demonstrating to Yvonne Balach, Marlene
Palko and Peggy Daugherty a little known female fact in
Driver Education--How to change a tire. Damtui Gracenin
Miss Anne Gojdics, in charge of student accounting,
pleasantly excusing Sandra Michaels and James Guerino
for whatever they did.
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Bartosh for another one of our delicious ltuiches.
Richard Farley looks on skeptically.
"Our goal must be-not peace in our time-but peace for
HARRY S, TRUMAN
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Pres .... John R. Giroski
Adviser .Miss Anne Gojdics
Secretary . . Pamela Rongo
V. Pres .... Sam Newton
Our work for peace must begin within the private world
of each of us.
SENIOR STEE RING COMMITTEE
L to R, SEATED around table: Judy Cole, Sue Bralich, Bob Pacsi,
Rick Benka, John Giroski, Pam Rongo, Bil1Ba1ach, Eleanor Zappa,
Mary Ann Kapusta, Mary Alice O'Brien, and Connie Brodie. BACK:
Fred Gagliardi, Sam Newton, Bill Morocco, James Moore, and Ralph
Timparo. We almostforgot Lois Pearlman, she's third on the left.
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EARL FRANK ADAMS Ge ne ral
Course5 Track 1,2535 Conservation
Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2,35 Latin
Club 1,35 Projectionist 1,2,3.
NICOLINA AGRESTI Academic
Course5 Future Nurses 35 Home-
makers Club 35 Junior Achievement
2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Math Club 35
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 A
Cappella 1,2,35 Night Rider Staff 1,25
Retlector Staff 35 Prom Committee
25 Field Day 2,3.
GERALDINE AIELLO Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Latin
Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 25Attendance Staff
35 Junior Aide 25 Home Room Rep-
resentative 15 Prom Committee 25
Homecoming Attendant 15 Class Of-
ficer 15 Homecoming Queen 3,
CHARLES ALONGI Industrial Arts
Course5 Varsity Football 2, 35 J.V.
Football 15 Track 1,25 Intramurals
35 Conservation Club 35 Hi-Y 3.
GEORGE ALTMAN General
Course5 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Pro-
ELEANOR ARNAL Commercial
Course5 Intramurals 1,25 Commer-
cial Club 35 Homemakers Club 35
Junior Achievement25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35
G.A.A. 25 Field Day 2,3.
WILLIE BELLE AUSTIN Commer-
cial Course5 Intramurals 1,2535 Com-
mercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Field
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WILLIAM JOHN BALACH Academic Course5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Hi-Y l,2,35 Honor Society 152,35 Latin Club
1,25 Home Room Representative 1,25 Steering Committee 35 Prom Committee 25 Homecoming Escort 35 Hi-Y
Club President 35 Motto Committee 35 Auto Club 3.
TIM BALLUCH General Course5 Conservation Club 2,3.
CAROL LYNNE BANKS Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Latin Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Attendance
Staff 35 Projectionist 1,2,35 Prom Committee 25 Night Rider Staff 15 Field Day 2,3.
CARL A. BASIC Academic Course5 Track 1,2535 Intramurals 35 Conservation Club 35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Band 1,
2,35 Music Council 1,2535 Projectionist 1,2535 Auto Club 35 Night Rider Staff 3.
JOSEPH J. BAYER Academic Course5J.V. Basketball 15 Track 35 Intramurals 1,2535 Conservation Club 35
Hi-Y Club 35 Honor Society 1,25 Latin Club 152,35 Auto Club 35 Intramural Bowling 2,3.
RICHARD A. BENKA Academic Course5 Varsity Football 2,35 J. V. Football 15 Conservation Club 35 Latin
Club 1, 2, 35 Meteorology Club 35 Band l,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 ACappella1,2,35 Senior Steering Committee 35
Flower Committee 35 Auto Club 35 State Band 25 Key Club 3.
MARGARET ANN BENNETT Academic Course5 French Club 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 1,2535 Future
Teachers Club 25 Homemakers Club 25 Junior Achievement 25 Math Club 35 Thespian Club 1,2535 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 2,35 Auto Club 35 Junior Aide 25 Night Rider Staff 2,35 Thespian Club Historian 3.
MARY CARMEN BIANCO Academic Course5 Intramurals 2,35 French Club 2,35 Future Nurses Club 152,35
Homemakers35 Latin Club 1, Chorus 152,35 ACappella1,2,35 Prom Committee 25 Field Day 2,35 Night Rider
Staff 15 Treasurer of the Future Nurses Club 35 Vice-President of the Honorary French III Club 3.
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WALLACE BITCHKO General Course3 Intramurals 13 Conservation Club 23 Junior Achievement 23 Latin
JERRY BOSTOCKY Academic Course3 Hi-Y 1,23 Key Club 33 Latin Club 1,2,3Q Thespian Club 1,2,33 Pro-
jectionist 1,2,3Q Color Committee 33 Night Rider Staff 3.
SUSAN BRALICH Academic Course3 French Club 2,33 Future Nurses Club 33 Future Teachers Club 2'
Homemakers 33 Latin Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Home Room Representative 33 Steering Committee 33 Prom Com:
mittee 23 French Club Cabinet 2,33 Night Rider Staff 13 Secretary of Future Nurses Club 3.
CYNTHIA BRESTELLI Commercial COUFSSQ Intramurals 23 Commercial Club 33 Future Nurses Club 2,33
Honor Society 1,2,3Q Chorus 1,2,33 ACappel1a1,2,33Junior Aide 23 Field Day 2,3.
MARIE BRIDGES General Course3 Intramurals 2,31 C.A.P. 23 French Club 2, 33 Future Nurses Club 23
Homemakers 23 Junior Achievement 23 Latin Club lg Meteorology Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,33 Projectionist
CONSTANCE T. BRODIE Academic Course3 French Club 2,33 Future Nurses Club 1,2,3Q Latin Club lg
Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 Home Room Representative 23 Steering Committee 33 Prom Committee 23 Chairman of In-
vitation Committee 3.
CAROLE J. BUYNYAK Academic COUTSGQ Latin Club 1,2333 Office Assistant 33 Field Day 2,33 Night Rider
ROSE MARIE CALLEJA Commercial Course3 Commercial Club 33 Homemakers 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 Office
Assistant 33 Attendance Staff 3.
JIMMY R. CAMPBELL Industrial
Arts Course5 Varsity Football 35
Track 35 Intramurals 35 Field Day.
RONALD P. CAPITOL Industrial
Arts Course5 Varsity Football 2,35
Varsity Basketball 2,35 J .V. Basket-
ball 15 J.V. Football 15 Track 1,2,35
Chorus 1, 25 ACappella 1,25 Theme
Committee 35 ProJectionist 35 Prom
ANTHONY CICCO Industrial Arts
Course5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Conser-
vation Club 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2,35 Pro-
FORREST L. CLAYTON General
Course5 Intramurals 25 Conservation
Club 35 Latin Club 15 Chorus 1,2,35
ACappella 1, 2, 35 Boys Quartet 2,35
Football Manager l,2,3.
JUDITH ANN COLE Academic
Course5 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Future
Nurses Club 2,35 Homemakers Club
25 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 35
Thespian Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35
Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 ACappella
35 Majorette 1,2,35 Music Council 35
Secretary to Mr. Scanga 35 Thespian
Club Historian 25 Assistant Head
Majorette 35 Band Librarian 35 GAA
25 National Thespian Society5 Field
Dayg Prom Committee 2.
LINDA COSTAR Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Tri-
Hi-Y25 Office Assistant 15 Chorus 1,
2,35 A Cappella 2,3.
JANICE MARIE ANN CULINA
Commercial Course5 Commercial
Club 35 French Club 25 Latin Club 15
Office Assistant 3.
HASCO DARDEN Industrial Arts
Course5 Varsity Football 1, 2, 35
Track 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35
Meteorology Club 3.
GLORIA DECAPUA Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Tri-
Hi-Y 2,35 Field Day 2,35 Office As-
sistant 1,2,3 5 Homecoming Attendant
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JOHN DRABICK Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 3.
CHERYL ANN R. DRESEL Com-
mercial Course5 Commercial Club
Treasurer 35 Homemakers 25 Tri-
Hi-Y 2,35 GAA 1,2.
ELAINE MARIE DUBY Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Meteor-
ology Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Projec-
tionist 1,35 Prom Committee 2.
ROBERT A. DULEBA Academic
Course5 Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V.
Football 1,25 French Club 2,35 Future
Teachers Club 35 Key Club 1,2535
Latin Club 15 Auto Club 35 Home
Room Representative 25 Projec-
tionist 1, 2, 35 Prom Committee 25
Field Day 3.
ANDREW FRANKLIN General
JOHN A. FRISCO Academic Course5
Intramurals 1,3 5 Conservation Club
35 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Latin Club 1.
FRED GAGLIARDI Academic
Course5 J . V. Basketball 15 Intra-
murals 2,35 Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 35 Latin
Club 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 1, 2, 35
Auto Club 35 Steering Committee 35
Prom Committee 25 Color Commit-
JOHN R. GASPAREC Academic
Course5 Track 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,
2, 35 H1-Y Club 35 Latin club 1,2,3,
Thespian Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35
Chorus 152,35 ACappelIa 1,2535 Music
Councilg Boys Quartet 2,35 District
Band 2, 35 State Band 2,35 Honors
Band 2, 35 District Chorus 35 Mid-
East U. S. High School Band 25 A
Cappella Chorus President 35 Band
Section Leader 35 Field Day 2,35 Pro-
jectionist 1,35 Homecoming Escort 3.
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JOHN ROGER GIROSKI Academic Course5 Varsity Football l,2,35 Track 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,35 Golf 1,2,
35 French Club 1,25 Future Teachers Club 35 Key Club 1,2,35 Math Club 15 Prom Committee 25 Sophomore,
Junior and Senior Class President.
MARCIA GLADYSZ Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Office Assistant 25 Field Day 2,3.
ALEXANDER GLAVASEVIC Industrial Arts Course5 Chorus 1,25 A Cappella 1,2.
MICHAEL GRACENIN Academic Course5 J. V. Basketball 15 French Club 1,25 Hi-Y 1,2,35 Hi-Y Officer 3,
Homecoming Committee5 Night Rider Staff 2,35 Projectionist 2,35 Auto Club 3.
HARTMUT W. GRAEF Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Office Assistant 35 Prom Committee 2.
LINDA GRAHAM Commercial Course, Commercial Club 3.
CARMELLA ANN GRANDE Commercial Course5 Intramurals 2,35 Commercial Club 35 Junior Achievement
25 Chorus 1,2,35 ACappella1,2,35 Night Rider Staff 15 Reflector Staff 35 Field Day 2,35 GAA 25 ACappella L1-
brarian 25 Prom Committee 25 District Chorus Alternate 3.
ROBERT WILLIAM GRAY Academic Course5 Conservation Club 35 Hi-Y 2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Thespian
Club 35 Projectionist 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,35 Auto Club 3.
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MARY LOUISE GUTTA Academic Course5 Honor Society 2,35 Vice-President Honor Society 35 Latin Club
1,2,35 Math Club 2,35 Meteorology Club 35 Office Assistant 35 Band l,2,35 Chorus 15 ACappella 15 Music Coun-
cil 2,35 Band Historian 35 Projectionist 152,35 Prom Committee 25 Senior Breakfast Committee 2.
PATRICIA HAAS Commercial Course5 Intramurals 15 Commercial Club 35 Projectionist 15 Night Rider
Staff 15 Field Day 2,3.
PATRICIA ANN HALL Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Junior Aide 25 Library
VERNA I. HAZLETT Academic Course5 French Club 2,35 Junior Achievement 25 Latin Club 15 Night Rider
Staff 15 Senior Breakfast Committee 25 Projectionist 1.
WILLIAM H. HIGGINS Academic Course5 Intramurals 35 Conservation Club 35 French Club35 Junior Achieve-
ment2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Band 152,35 Chorus 2,35 ACappella Chorus 15 Projectionist 1,2,35 Prom Committee
25 Night Rider Staff 1,2,3.
OTHA W. HILTON Industrial Arts Course5 Track 25 Intramurals 1,2,3.
GLORIA MARIE HORNYAK Academic Course5 French Club 35 Future Nurses Club 1,25 Future Teachers
Clubg Honor Society 2,35 Junior Achievement 25 Latin Club 1,25 Latin Club Secretary 1,25 Math Club 1,2,35
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Night Rider Staff 15 G.A.A. 1,25 Projectionist 2,3.
LINDA JENNINGS Commercial Course5 Intramurals 2,35 Commercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Junior
Aide 25 Guidance Office Assistant 1,2,35 Projectionist 15 Prom Committee 25 Reflector Staff 35 G.A.A. 152,35
Field Day 35 Secretary Scoop Reporter 3.
KAREN JOHNSON Academic
Course5 Intramurals 2, 35 Future
Teachers Club 2,35 Honor Society 2,
35 LatinC1ub l,2,35 Math Club 1,2,35
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Prom Committee
CAROLYN ANN JONES Commer-
cial Course5 Intramurals 2,35Com-
mercial Club 35 Future Nurses Club
1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Band 1,2,35
A Cappella 1,2.
DENNIS RILEY JONES Industrial
Arts Course5 Auto Club 3.
JUDY A. KAGLE Commercial
Courseg Commercial Club 35 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 2,3.
MARY MARGARET KAHL Acade-
mic Course5 Intramurals 2,35 French
Club 1,2,35 Future Nurses Club 2,35
Future Teachers Club 35 Thespian
Club 1,2,35 Auto Club 35 Chorus 1,2,
35 ACappella2,35 P. A. Announcer 1,
2, 35 Home Room Representative 25
Projectionist 1,25 Prom Committee
25 School Play 1,2,35 Reflector Staff
35 Field Day 2,3.
KARLEEN YVONNE KAPEC Com-
mercial Course5 Commercial Club 35
French Club 15 Homemakers 25 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 35 GAA 15 Reflector Staff 35
Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 25 Co-editor of
Secretary Scoop 35 Field Day 35 In-
MARY ANN ROSE KAPUSTA Com-
mercial Course5 Intramurals 35
Commercial Club 35 Future Teachers
2,35 Thespian Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y
2,3 5 Junior Aide 25 Home Room Rep-
resentative 1,35 Steering Committee
35 Projectionist 1,25 Prom Commit-
tee 25 School Play 1,2,3.
MARIANNE KECKES Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-
Y Club 2.
JANE M. KELLY Academic Course5
French Club 1, 25 Homemakers 35
Honor Society 1,2,35 Math Club 1,2,35
Meteorology Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35
Junior Aide 25 Home Room Repre-
sentative 25 Prom Committee 2.
SHARON KIMMY Academic Course 3
Intramurals 1,2,33 Future Teachers
Club 2,33 Latin Club 1,2333 Math Club
1,2333 Meteorology Club 33 Tri-Hi-
Y 2333 Band 1,2333 Chorus 1,2 33 A
Cappella 1, 23 33 Projectionist l,2,33
Intramural Bowling 1,2,3Q Field Day
HENRY KLEIN Commercial
Course3 Varsity Football 1, 2, 33
Track 132,33 Intramurals 1,2333 Com-
mercial Club 33 Commercial Club
President 33 Conservation Club 33
Key Club 132,33 Key Club Secretary
33 Meteorology Club 33 Auto Club 33
Night Rider Staff 13 Office Assistant
33 Prom Committee 2.
DE L FINA M. KNOTT Academic
Course3 Cheerleaders 13 F r e n c h
Club 23 33 Homemakers 2333 Junior
Achievement 23 Latin Club 13 Tri-
Hi-Y 2,33 Home Room Representative
13 PromCommittee 23 Flower Com-
ALBERT G. KOCIS Academic
COUTSOQ Intramurals 13 Golf 132,33
Conservation Club 132,33 Latin Club
1,2333 MathClub 1,2333 Chorus 1,2333
A Cappella 1,2333 Projectionist 132,33
Conservation ClubSecretary 23 Con-
servation Club President 3.
ROBERT PAUL KOCIS Industrial
Arts Course3 Track 23 Intramurals
1,33 Golf 3.
CAROL MARIE KOSHAR Academic
Course3 Future Nurses Club 1,2,33
Homemakers Club 33 Junior Achieve-
ment2,33 Latin Club 1,2333 Math Club
33 Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 Chorus 13 ACappella
2,33 G.A.A. 13 Tri-Hi-Y Historian 2,
33 Reflector Staff 3.
DOROTHY KRAJCOVIC Commer-
cial Course3 Commercial Club 33
Homemakers 23 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Office
Assistant 1,23 Prom Committee 23
Reflector Staff 33 G.A.A. 1.
ROBERT JOHN KUDELKO Acade-
mic Course3 Varsity Basketball 2,33
J.V. Basketball 13 Conservation Club
132333 Honor Society 1,2333 Key Club
13 23 33 Latin Club 132,33 Band 1323
Home Room Representative 1,23 Pro-
jectionist 13 23 Prom Committee 23
Auto Club 33 Band Vice President 23
Color Committee 33 Night Rider Staff
ILONA MARIA KUHARIK Commer-
cial Course3 Intramurals 1,2,33 Com-
mercial Club 33 Future Nurses 2,33
ACappella 1,2333 Prom Committee 23
G.A.A.3 Field Day 2, 3, Reflector
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MARY JANE LAMBROS Commercial Course5 Intramurals 2, 35 Commercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35
Office Assistant 25 Home Room Representative 15 Reflector Staff seller 35 Vice-President of Commercial
PAUL ALLAN LAMPKINS Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Meteorology Club 35 Field 253.
JOSEPH C. LANDA Industrial Arts Course5 Varsity Football 1,2535 J.V. Basketball 15 Track 2,35 Conser-
vation Club 3.
JOHN LATSKO Academic Course5 Varsity Football, 2,35 J.V. Football 15 Track l5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Golf
Club 1, 2, 35 Conservation Club 35 French Club 1,2535 Math Club 152,35 Meteorology Club 35 Night Rider 35
Theme Committee 35 Hi-Y 3.
JOE LEAVENS Industrial Arts Course5 Varsity Football 35 Track 35 Intramurals 35 Conservation Club 3.
IDA MAE LEE General Course5 Library Staff 1,2,3.
WILLIAM H. LEE Industrial Arts Course5Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V. Basketball 15 Track 25 Conservation
Club 35 Prom Committee 2.
FRANCIS A. LENGYEL General Course5 Varsity Football 2,35 J.V. Football 1,25 Track 1,2535 Intramurals
152,35 Conservation Club 1,2535 Future Teachers Club 35 Hi-Y Club Secretary 35 Key Club 1,25 Home Room
Representative 25 Library Staff 2,35 Prom Committee 25 Field Day 2,35 Night Rider Staff 2.
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MICHAEL A. LUCHEY Commercial Course5 Intramurals 1,2535 Golf Club 35 Commercial Club 35 Meteorol-
ogy Club 35 Office Assistant 35 Bowling 1,2,35 Bowling Secretary 2,35 Night Rider Staff 1.
JOSEPH LUCICH Industrial Arts Course5 Conservation Club 3.
TERRENCE M. MACK Industrial Arts Course5 J.V. Football5 Intramurals 152,35 Conservation Club 152,35
Hi-Y Club 35 Key Club 3.
WILLIAM J. MACKALY Academic Course5 Intramurals 15 Conservation Club 35 Honor Society 152,35 Latin
Club 1,2,35 Math Club 2,35 Meteorology Club 35 Thespian Club 1,2535 Band 1,2535 Chorus 152,35 ACappella1,
2,35 Music Council 35 Projectionist 15 Delegate United Nations Assembly Gannon College 1,2,35 Delegate
Saiety Convention Slippery Rock State College5 District Band 3.
JUDITH ANNE MADURA Academic Course5 Honor Society 2,35 Math Club 1,2535 Meteorology Club 3.
WILLIAM TERRANCE MALATESTA General Course5 Varsity Football 15 Track 15 Intramurals 1,25 Con-
servation Club 1,2,35 Hi-Y Club 1,25 Junior Achievement 25 Projectionist 1,2,35 Prom Committee 2.
ROBERT THOMAS MARIN Academic Course5 Varsity Basketball 2,35 J.V. Basketball 15 Track 35 Intra-
murals 15 ConservationClub 1,35 Electronics Club 35 French Club 1,2,35 Hi-Y Club 1,2535 Meteorology Club
35 Projectionist 2,35 Prom Committee 2.
CATHERINE MARTIN Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Library Staff 3.
MARLENE L. MARTIN General
Course5 French Club 1, 25 Future
Nurses Club 25 Future Teachers Club
35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Office Assistant 1.
ERIC RICHARD MASCHGAN Acad-
emic Course5 Track 1,35 Intramurals
1, 2, 35 Bowling 1,2,35 Conservation
Club 2,35 French Club 1,25 Key Club
1, 2, 35 Meteorology Club 35 Pro-
jectionist 2,35 News Editor of Night
Rider Staff 35 Motor Club 3.
HARRY MASON Industrial Arts
Course 5 Intramurals 15 Conservation
Club 35 Meteorology Club 3.
CHARLENE H E L E NE MASTRAIN
Academic Course5 French Club 2,35
Future Teachers Club 35 Junior
Achievement 2,35 Latin Club 15 Me-
teorology Club 35 Senior Breakfast
SAMUEL MASTRAIN Academic
Course5 Varsity Football 1, 2, 35
Track 25 Intramurals 1,2535 Conser-
vation Club 35 Key Club 1,2535 Latin
Club 1,2,35 Meteorology Club 35 Pro-
RICHARD F. MATARUSKI Acade-
mic Course5 Projectionist 1, 2, 35
Night Rider Staff 2.
MOMCILO MATIJEVICH Academic
Course5 Intramurals 1,2535 French
Club 1,2,35 Hi-Y Club 15 Prom Com-
MICHAEL N. MATUSICK General
Course5 Track 15 Intramurals 1,35
Conservation Club 1,2,35 French Club
152,35 Key Club 2,35 Latin Club 2,35
Band l,2,35 Music Council 35 Pro-
jectionist 35 Prom Committee 25
Flower Committee 35 Band Officer 35
Night Rider Staff 2.
ANDREW R. MAY, JR. Industrial
Arts Course5 Conservation Club 1,
2,35Junior Achievement 1,2,35 Prom-
Committee 2 .
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Courseg Conservation Club 3.
JEANNETTE ELIZABETH MCCRAE
Commercial Club 33 Intramurals 33
MAUREEN MESSETT Commercial
Course3 French Club 2, 33 Junior
Achievement 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,33
Office Assistant 1,23 Chorus li Junior
Aide 23 Night Rider Staffg Commer-
cial Club 3.
JAMES C. MESSINA, JR. Academic
Course3 French Club 2,33 Auto Club
33 Bowling 1,2333 Field Day 233.
ANDREW MARK MILLER Acade-
mic Course3 J.V. Basketball 1,23 J.
V. Football 23 Conservation Club 3g
Key Club 2,33 Latin Club 1,2333 Math
Club 1,2,3Q Meteorology Club 3.
KENNETH MILLER Industrial Arts
Course3 Band 1,2,3.
THOMAS B. MILLER Academic
Course3 Hi-Y Club 2,33 Latin Club 1,
23 Band 1,2333 Chorus 1,2,3Q A Cap-
pella 1,2, 3g Music Council 33 Boys'
MICHAEL G. MONDICH General
Courseg Varsity Basketball 2,33 J.V.
Football 13 Conservation Club 3g
French Club 3.
JAMES C. MOORE Industrial Arts
Courseg Track 2, 33 Intramurals 23
Steering Committee 33 Prom Com-
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EDWARD J. MORGAN Academic Course, Track 1, Intramurals 1,3, Latin Club 1,2,3, Math Club 2,3, Motor
JAMES V. MOROCCO Industrial Arts Course, J.V. Basketball 1, Track 1,2, Intramurals 1,3, Intramural
Bowling 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3.
WILLIAM ANTHONY MOROCCO Academic Course, J.V. Basketball 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, French Club 1,2,
3, Future Teachers Club 2, Key Club 1,2,3, Vice President of Key Club 3, Chorus 3, ACappella3,Steering
MARIE LUISE MUDRINICH Academic Course, French Club 1,2, Honor Society 2,3, Math Club 2,3, Meteor-
ology Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chorus 1, Field Day 2.
GAYLE M. MYERS Academic Course, French Club 2,3, Future Teachers 3, Latin Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chorus
1,2,3, A.Cappella 1,2,3g Majorette 1,2,3, Head Majorette 3, Music Council 2,3, Girls Trio 3, Home Room Rep-
resentative 1, 2, Projectionist 1, Prom Committee 2, Homecoming Attendant 3, Class Officer 2, ACappella
Secretary 3, French Club President 3.
CAROL ANN NAWROCKI Commercial Course, Commercial Club 3, French Club 1, Homemakers Club 3,
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, Attendance Staff 3, Junior Aide 2.
ROBERT NEWBY Commercial Course, Commercial Club 3, French Club 2.
SAMUEL L. NEWTON Academic Course, Varsity Football 1,2,3, J.V. Basketball 1, Intramurals 2,3, Var-
sity Golf 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Key Club 1,2,3, Latin Club 1,2,3, Math Club 1, Meteorology Club 3,
Motor Club 3, P. A. Announcer 2,3, Home Room Representative 1,2, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee
2, Class Officer 1,2,3, Delegate U. N. Assembly Gannon College 1,2,3.
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ROBERT NICKLOW General Course5 Conservation Club 35 Library Staff 35 Intramural Basketball 15253.
WALTER J. NOGAY Academic Course5 Varsity Football 2,35 J.V. Football 15 Track 15 Intramurals 1,2,35
Conservation Club 35 Key Club 1,2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Prom Committee 25 Motto Committee 35 Key Club
Officer 2,35 Field Day 2.
WILLIAM NORMAN Academic Course5 J.V. Basketball 1,25 Track 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 French Club 1,25
Future Teachers Club l,2,35 Hi-Y Club 35 Math Club 1,2,35 Field Day 2.
JUDY NOVOSEL Commercial Course5 Intramurals 2, 35 Commercial Club 35 French Club 1,25 Future
Teachers Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3.
FRANK NOVOTNY General Course5 Ambridge High School 1,25 Projectionist 3.
MARY ALICE O'BRIEN Academic Course5 French Club 2,35 Future Teachers 2,35 Honor Society Club 2,35
Latin Club 15 Math Club 1,2,35 Thespian Club 1,2,35 Office Assistant 35 ACappella1,2,35 Junior Aide 25 Home
Room Representative 35 Prom Committee 25 Night Rider Staff 1,2,35 Secretary Thespian Club 3.
MARTHA JANE ORIS Commercial Course5 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Commercial Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35
Attendance Staff 35 Junior Aide 25 Girls Athletic Club5 Field Day5 Reflector Staff 3.
FRANK S. O'STAFY Industrial Artsg Varsity Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Conservation Club l,2,35 Vice-
President of Conservation Club 3.
MARY ANN PACILEO Academic
Course5 French Club 1,2,35 Future
Teachers Club 2,35 Math Club 2,35
Night Rider Staff 15 Reflector Staff
35 Invitation Committee 35 Secretary
of French Club 35 Senior Breakfast
JAMES RALPH PACILLO Com-
mercial Course5 Commercial Club 1,
Hi-Y Club 1,25 Junior Achievement 1,
25 A Cappella 1,2,35 Night Rider Staff-
Art Editor 1,25 Photographer-Night
Rider5 Reflector Staff-Photographer.
EUGENE C. PACSI Academic
Course5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Conser-
vation Club 1,2,35 French Club 1,2,35
Hi-Y Club 2,35 Junior Achievement
ROBERT ALAN PACSI Academic
Course5 Intramurals'1,2,35 Golf 1,2,
35 Conservation Club 25 French Club
1,2,35 Future Teachers Club 25 Key
Club 2, 35 Meteorology 35 Steering
Committee 35 Prom Committee 25
Auto Club 35 Night Rider Staff 25
Field Day 2,3.
ALFRED PALERMO Industrial
Arts Course5 Intramurals 1,25 Con-
servation Club 35 Junior Achievement
15 Projectionist 1,2.
MARY SANDRA PALKO Academic
Course5 Cheerleaders 1,2,35 Intra-
murals 25 C.A.P. Club 25 French
Club 1,2,35 Future Teachers 2,35
Honor Society Club 1, 2, 35 Junior
Achievement 25 Math Club 15 Thes-
pian Club 1, 2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 A
Cappella 1,2,35 P.A. Announcer 1,2535
Home Room Representative 1, 25
Prom Committee 25 Night Rider Staff
CHERYL L. PARSONS Academic
Course5 French Club 1, 25 Future
Teachers 2,35 Junior Achievement 25
Thespian 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 1,25 Cho-
rus 1,2,35 A Cappella 1,2,35 Theme
Committee 35 Bowling Team 15 G.A.
A. 15 Cabinet Member of Jr. Tri-
Hi-Y Club 25 Field Day 2,3.
LUCILLE ANN PATRIZI Academic
Course5 French Club 1,25 Future
Teachers 15 Latin Club 15 Chorus 1,
25 Prom Committee 25 Night Rider
MARY ANN PAVLIK Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 25 Home-
makers Club 2,35 Latin Club 15 Tri-
Hi-Y 35 Office Assistant 35 Junior
Aide 25 Library Staff 2,35 Night Rider
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STEPHEN PAVLIK Academic
Course5 Intramurals 1, 25 Conser-
vation Club 15 Junior Achievement 25
Latin Club 1,2.
LOIS ILENE PEARLMAN Acade-
mic Course5 Cheerleaders Capt. 1,
Capt. 3, 1, 2, 35 C.A.P. 25 Future
Teachers Club 2, 35 President 35
Honor Society Club 2,35 Secretary 3,
Junior Achievement 25 Latin Club 1,
2,35 Math Club 152,35 Secretary 2,35
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 35 President 2,35
Junior Aide 25 Steering Committee 25
Prom Committee 25 Night Rider Staff
1,2,35 Society Editor 25 Theme Com-
JOHN T. PENOLA Industrial Arts5
Intramurals 25 Conservation Club 3.
RACHEL G. M. PEPE Commercial
Course5 Intramurals 25 Commercial
Club 35 Homemakers Club 15 Mete-
orology Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35
Office Assistant 15 Library Staff 15
Prom Committee 25 Reflector Staff 35
G.A.A. 25 Field Day 3,25 Homecoming
Committee 35 Secretary Scoop Re-
EDWARD J. PERDIAN General
Course5J.V. Football 15 Track 1,2,35
Intramurals 1, 2, 35 French Club 15
Night Rider Staff 1,2,3, Field Day 2,
FRANCIS EDWARD PLATTEBORZE
Industrial Arts Course5 Varsity
Football 1,2,35 J.V. Basketball 1,25
Track 1,2 5 Invitation Committee 3.
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH POPA-
DAK Commercial Course-5 Com-
mercial Club 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 A
CappellaChorus 1,2535 Prom Com-
ROSERIA PUGLIESE Commercial
Course5 Commercial Club 35 Home-
makers Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35
Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35ACappella
Chorus 1,2,35 Music Council 1,2 35
Girls Trio 1,2,35 Band President 35
District Chorus 1,2,35 State Chorus
15 Band Head Librarian 25 Chorus
Treasurer 25 Honor's Chorus 25
Night Rider Staff 15 Senior Class
DENNIS G. RAGAN Academic
Courseg Track 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,
35 French Club 1,25 Prom Commit-
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MARILYN REAVES General Course5 C.A.P. 2
2,35 Junior Achievement 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Projectionist 2.
5French Club 1,25 Future Nurses Club 1,25 Homemakers Club
THOMAS J. REDA Academic Courseg Track 2,35 Conservation Club 35 French Club 1,2,3.
ALEXIS REGINA ROBINSON General Courseg Tri-Hi-Y 35 Junior Aide 25 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 2.
LESTER ROBINSON General Course5 Varsity Football 1,2,35 J.V. Football 1,25 Track 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35
Projectionist5 Prom Committeeg Field Day 2,35 Motor Club 3.
RICHARD ANTHONY ROCOCI Academic Course5 Intramurals 2, 35 Conservation 1,2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35
Meteorology Club 35 Night Rider Staff Sports Editor 2,35 Conservation Club Historian.
PAMELA RONGO Academic Course5 Cheerleaders 15 French Club 2,35 Homemakers Club 35 Latin Club 15
Tri-Hi-Y Club3g Home Room Representative l 2' Steering Committee 1 2 3' Prom Comm'ttee 2 H '
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Attendant 35 Class Officer 2.
MIKE ROSENBERG Academic Course5 Conservation Club 35 French Club 2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 Math Club
1,2,35 Meteorology 35 Thespian l,2,35 Projectionist 1,2,35 Auto Club 35 Bowling l,2,3.
JOHN F. RO
SSI Academic Courseg J.V. Basketball 1,25 J.V. Football 15 Intramurals 35 Conservation Club
35 Key Club 1,2,35 Meteorology Club 35 Home Room Representative 1,25 Field Day 2,35 Motor Club 3.
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WADE NORMAN ROTH Academic Courseg Intramurals 15 French Club l,2,35 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Field Day 3.
WILLIAM J. ROTH Industrial Arts Course5 Intramurals5 Electronics Club 35 Band 35 Prom Committee 25
Sound Crew 2.
NICHOLAS A. ROZZI Academic Course5 Intramurals 15 Conservation Club 2,35 Future Teachers Club 1,25
Junior Achievement 25 Key Club l,2,35 Latin Club 1,2535 Band 152,35 Music Council 1,2,35 Projectionist 152,
35 Homecoming Escort 35 Senior Invitation Committee 3.
RICHARD N. RUBY General Course5 Conservation Club 15253.
JUANITA L. SAMUELS Academic Course5 Intramurals 2,35 French Club 152,35 Future Nurses Club 2,35
Homemakers Club 25 Math Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Chorus 15 Field Day Activities 2,35 Constitution Com-
mittee of French Club 25 Co-Chairman of French Club 3.
ROBERTA SUE SANFORD CommercialCourse5 Intramurals 25 Commercial Club 35 French Club 1,25 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 2,35 Field Day 3.
ANGELINE SANTELL CommercialCourse5 Intramurals 25 Commercial Club 35 Homemakers 35 Latin Club
15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Prom Committee 25 Color Committee 35 Reflector Staff 35 Field Day 3.
SAMUEL W. SCALES Industrial Arts Course.
BEVERLY J. SCHELL Commercial
Clubg Commercial Club 35 Home-
makers Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2.
RONALD LESLIE SCHIMP Indus-
trial Artsg Intramurals 1,2535 Con-
servation Club 1,2,3.
CARMEN B. SCHUVILLE General
Courseg J. V. Basketball 15 Intra-
murals 1,2,35 Conservation Club 1,2,
35 French Club 2,35 Key Club 15 Latin
Club 15 Home Room Representative 25
Prom Committee 25 Homecoming Es-
cort 15 Night Rider Staff 1,2,35 Night
Rider News Editor 2.
ROBERTA SCHMEISSER Commer-
cial Course5 Commercial Club 3.
JAMES SC HULLER Academic
Course5 Intramurals l,2,35 Conser-
vation Club 35 Latin Club 1,25 Math
Club 1,2,35 Meteorology 35 Thespian
AL SCOCCIA Commercial Courseg
Commercial Club 3.
JAMES L. SELLERS Industrial
Arts Courseg Track 1, 2, 35 Intra-
murals 1,2,35 Motor Club 3.
ANTHONY SEVERDIA Academic
Course5 Honor Society Club 1,2535
Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 1,2535
Meteorology 35 Motto Committee 3.
FRANCIS JOHN SHEBECK Indus-
trial Arts Courseg Conservation 1,
2,35 Bowling 1,2,3.
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MARY LOUISE SIMMONS Com-
mercial Courseg Commercial Clubg
French Clubg Homemakers Clubg
Field Day 1,2.
FRANK JOHN SINOPOLI Industrial
Arts Course3 Varsity Football 13
Varsity Basketball 1,2,3Q J.V. Bas-
ketball 1,23J.V. Football 13 Track 1,
23 Band 1.
BONNIE SKIBO Commercial
Course3 Intramurals 23 Commercial
Club33 Homemakers33 Latin Club 13
Library Staff 23 1963 Senior Break-
fast Committee 2.
JOSEPH PATRICK SMEGAL In-
dustrial Arts COUFSSQ Band 1,2.
FAYE MARCIA STAHL Academic
Course3C.A.P.23 Homemakers Club
33 Junior Achievement 23 Latin Club
1,2333 Math Club 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y Club
2, 33 Junior Aide 23 Vice-President
of Tri-Hi-Y C1ub33 Night Rider Staff
1, 2, 33 Associate Editor of Night
Rider staff 33 Field Day 2,3.
CHARLES F. STANEK Academic
COUFSGQ J.V. Basketball 13 Track lg
Intramurals 1,2,33 French Club 1,23
33 Prom Committee 2.
DENNIS J . STEFANISH Industrial
Course3 Intramurals 1,2,3Q Conser-
vation Club 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y Club 233,
Junior Achievement2,33 Prom Com-
mittee 23 Motor Club 3.
LAUREL STINEDURF Commercial
Courseg Commercial Club 3.
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GERALDINE SVEDA Commercial Course5 C.A.P. 25 Commercial Club 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Honor
Society Club 152,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Office Assistant to Mr. Morocco 2,35 Motto Committee 35 Reflector
Staff 35 Editor of the Secretary Scoop 35 Latin Club 2.
DAVID EUGENE SYLVESTER General Course5 Varsity Football 2,35 J.V. Football 1, Intramurals 35 Con-
versation Club 35 French Club 1,2,35 Future Teachers Club 35 Key Club 253.
MICHAELENE ANNE TAMBER Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Junior Achievement 25 Thespian
Club 1,2535 Tri-Hi-Y 2.
DIANA LYNN TARLEY Academic Course5 C.A.P. 25 Future Teachers 35 Honor Society 1,2535 Latin Club 1,
2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Meteorology Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Office Assistant 35 Chorus 15 Editor-in chief of
Farrell Night Rider 35 Senior Breakfast Committee5 Executive Committee of Motor Club 35 Treasurer of
Honor Society 35 Treasurer Math Club 2.
DELORES TATUSKO Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 Homemakers Club 3.
JUDY ROSE TAYLOR Commercial Course5 Commercial Club35 Night Rider Staff 15 Senior Breakfast Com-
ROBERT TAYLOR lndustrial Arts Course5 Conservation Club 1,2,3.
MARIE B. TESTA Academic Course5 Intramurals25 Future Nurses Club 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Junior
Achievement 25 Latin Club 1,2,35 Math Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Band 152,35 Music Council 3.
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ANDREW R. THOMAS Academic Course5 Track 2, 35 Intramurals 1,25 Conservation C
Latin Club 1,2,35 Motor Club 35 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35ACappella 1,2,35 P. A. Announ
SUSAN THOMAS Commercial Course5 Commercial Club 35 French Club 15 Homemake
2,35 Junior Aide 25 Prom Committee 2.
ELLA THOMPSON Commercial Course5 Intramurals l,2,35 Commercial Club 35 Home
Hi-Y 2,35 Field Day 2,35 Band 15253.
JOSEPH R. TIMKO Industrial Arts Course5 Conservation Club 2,35 Meteorology Club
RALPH J. TIMPARO Academic Course5 Varsity Football 2 3 J.V Football 1' Track
lub 35 Hi-Y Club 35
cer 35 Projectionist
rs Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y
makers Club 35 Tri-
2 3 Intramurals 1
. . 1 .
2,35 Conservation Club 1,2,35 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Library Staff 35, Projectionist Future Teaciieifs' 35 French Club
1,25 Home Representative 35 Steering Committee 35 Prom Committee 25 Reflector Staff.
CHARLES A. TUCCI General Course5 Varsity Football 1,2,35 Conservation Club 1,2,3
JEANNE LOUISE ULICA Academic Course5 Junior Achievement 25 Latin Club l,2,3
Chorus 1,2,35ACappella Chorus 1,2,35 Girls Trio 1,2,35 P. A. Announcer 15 Home Room
Prom Committee 25 Accompanist for Chorus 2,35 District Chorus 1,25 State Chorus 2.
CHARLENE R, VERMEIRE Commercial Courseg Intramurals25 Commercial Club 35 F
Achievement 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3.
5 Thespian Club 1, 35
rench Club 15 Junior
BERTIEL WARD Academic Course,
Intramurals 2,3, French Club 1,2,3,
Homemakers Club 2, Math Club 2,3,
Meteorology Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y Club
2,35 Field Day 2,3.
ALBERTA WAYNE Academic
Course, Intramurals 1, 2, French
Club 1,2,3, Future Nurses 2, Junior
Achievement 2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, A Cappella
Chorus 2, Field Day 2,3, French Club
Steering Committee 3, French Club
Constitution Committee 3.
STERLING B. WEBB Industrial
Course, Varsity Football 2, Varsity
Football 2, Varsity Basketball 2,3,
Track 1,2,3, Color Committee.
GARY RONALD WEISS Academic
Course, Intramurals l,2,3, Golf
Team 1,2,3, Latin Club 1,2,3, Thes-
pian Club 3, P. A. Announcer 2,3,
Steering Committee 1, 2, Projec-
tionist 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 2,
Bowling 1, 2, Theme Committee 3,
Auto Club 3.
DARLA JEAN WILLIAMS Com-
mercial Course, Cheerleaders 1,
Commercial Club 3, French Club 2,
3, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3, Office Assist-
ant 3, Chorus 1, Prom Committee 2.
MARSH LYNN WOOD Ac a cl e m i c
Course, Future Nurses Club 3.
GLORIA WRIGHT Commercial
Course, Intramurals 2, Commercial
Club 3, Junior Achievement 2, Tri-
Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Projectionist 1, 2,
Field Day 3, Captain of Volley Ball
Team 2, G.A.A. Club 1.
GEORGE W. YANKOVICH General
Course, Intramurals 2, French Club
2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1,
Projectionist 1, Intramural Golf 1,2,
3, Motor Club 3.
K.ATHRYN Y E V C H A K Academic
Course, Intramurals 2, Homemakers
3, Junior Achievement 2, Latin Club
1,2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, ACappella 1,2,3,
Reflector Staff 3.
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murals 1,2,3g Conservation Club 1,2,3g Hi-Y Club 1,
2,33 Junior Achievement 2,33 Math Club 2,3g Thespian
ELEANOR ZAPPA Academic Courseg Cheerleader
1,2,35 Future Nurses Club 1,2,35 Homemakers Club 35
Junior Achievement 2g Latin Club 1,2,3g Chorus 1,25
Steering Committee 35 Girls Athletic Club 1,2.
Bill and Geri, a regal couple.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ...... . .......... Gene Rossi
Vice President . . . . . . Steve Mirizio
Secretary .... . . . Kathy Sujka
JUNIOR HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
FIRST ROW Susan Hoyney, Kathy Curcio, Beverly Musone, Kathy Sujka. SECOND ROW Larry O'Kresik,
Bill Matsko, James Scharville. THIRD ROW Candise Campagne, Damin Gracenin, Kathy Koshan,
'iiiz A "Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all
the inhabitants thereof."
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President ............... Will Samuels
Vice-President . . . . . Louie Monico
Secretary ..... . . . Kathy Mack
SOPHOMORE HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
FIRST ROW Mark Stofan, Sam Perry, Beverly Boatner, Delores Dyll, Fern Simon, Kathy Mack, Lou
Monaco. SECOND ROW Dave Kudelko, Ronnie Gurrera, Stanley Brysh, Mary Rose Marks, Joan Nathan.
FIRST ROW, Kathy Curcio, Gloria Clarke,
Nancy Carlos, Janice Bindas, Denise Alcaro,
Josephine Carnelius, Christine Ash, Bernice
Bridges, Yvonne Balach, Margaret Banjack.
SECOND ROW, Carol Allen, Judith Adams,
Sherri Carnino, Margaret Daugherty, Louisa
Chiccarino, Vernon Carr, Gary Banks, Jean
Bowser, Mary Chirila. THIRD ROW, Pearl
Askernese, Donald Bandzak, Madison Barlow,
Richard Cannone, James Barone, Irvin Camp-
man, Richard Caszatt, Gwendolyn Campbell,
Levio Balderelli, Gary Budanka. FOURTH
ROW, Dennis Ciccarone, John Crosby, James
FIRST ROW, JoAnn Grande, Janic e Dyko,
Severina Dionisio, Susan Hoyney, Mary Ann
Esposito, C onstance Farley, Marie Grace,
Virginia Jones, Emma Fischer, John Geisel.
SECOND ROW, Sandra Foster, Martha Zipay,
Barbara Hammond, Velma Philips, JoAnn
Gagich, Joseph Dorogy, Rudy Fischer, Patrick
Gunsley, Louis Falconi. THIRD ROW, Dave
Galicia, Robert Grande, Richard Funelli, An-
thony Dekanich, James Freeble, Walter Haniak,
James Johnson, James Fritzinger, Homer
Dahinger, Henry Glady. FOURTH ROW,
Clarence Evans, Damun Gracenin, Gregory
Jackson, Robert Kahl.
FIRST ROW, Connie Deflin, Connie Scar-
borough, Bernadette Lisicio, Judy Butala,
Candie Campagna, Gerald Steklachick, Henry
Russo,Judy Savach, Sherry Gardner. SECOND
ROW, Anthony Perfilio, Frank Madura, John
Lyden, Linda Roach, Richard Harakal, Dana
Esmond, Robert DuMaire, Tommy Latsko.
THIRD ROW, Keith Farmmartino, Joe Vullo,
William Struck, Richard Repas, Richard
Gregory, Gary Vernille, John Miller, Mathew
Miller, Denis Short. FOURTH ROW, Bob
'IRST ROW, Edna Koser, Letitia Marks, Jane
.evice, Patricia Mohonovich, Charles Lauder-
ian, Michael Kelecseny, Donna Lombardo,
Iathy Koshan, Geri Machuga. SECOND ROW,
.awrence Lengyel, John Kubyako, Barbara
lrlin, Tom Koab, Yvonne McNeal, Joan Kurpe,
'irginia Kapusta, Mary Ann Lolla. THIRD
LOW, Thomas Macchia, James Meizlik, William
atsko, David Kerr, William Machuga, Richard
aykowski, Joe Marasco.
'IRST ROW, Genieve Pavlik, Wanda Ragster,
.orraine Mondich, Michele O'Dal, Marilee
Locco, Geraldine Puhala, Janice Pryts, Barbara
Lusso, Ka t hl e e n Russo, Donna Mecurio.
ECOND ROW, Erika Reichart, Francinia
'orter, Mary F. Morocco, Carol Podleyon, Leah
'ringle, Patsy Monaco, Marlene Palko, Mary
3. Morocco, Patricia O'Brien. THIRD ROW,
Locco O'Kin, Darlene Purich, Beverly Musone,
lene Rossi, Toni Ortez, David Miller,George
Zipay, John Pilipovich, Thomas O'Brien, Robert
abo. FOURTH ROW, Arthur Reagle, Steve
Iirizio, John O'Staffy, Robert Lockovich, Larry
b'Kresik. Absent, Michael Rakoci.
'IRST ROW, Joseph Salatino, Paula Terpack,
andra Somich, Donna Veltri, Rosanne Stabile,
teve Vecheren, Frank Smith, James Scharville,
oseph Severclia, Linda Simon. SECOND ROW,
lose Taylor, Denise Smith, Kathy Swiecinski,
acqueline Sullivan, Michalene Wolgast, Kath-
een Sujka, Mary Vicozi, Joyce Valimont, John
'eign. THIRD ROW, Charles Szabo, Sandra
linger, Dennis Sarchet, Michael Stowe, Mary
inn Sincek, Robert Townsend, James Stey,
Ihristine Smegal, Sharon Shaver, Stella Sava.
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Basile, Tyrone Bartosh, Joseph Bonacci, Donna
Ciccarone, James Budaska, Laura Brgant,
Joyce Craig, Lawrence Beinhardt, Nick Busco.
SECOND ROW, Bonita Bonadio, Patricia Bra-
lick, Do r othy Bowser, Patricia Brown,
Lawrence Chec, Charlotte Brown, Stella Brodie,
Beverly Boatner, Lena Mae Brown. THIRD
ROW, Virginia Zupo, Myra Covington, Felix
Chess, Charles Draluck, Tim Chapman, Earl
Chapman, Harlee Campbell, John Dayle, Jesse
Coon, Helene Drozdae. FOURTH ROW, Stanley
Brown, Stanley Brysh, John Biro.
FIRST ROW, Michael Flood, David Harris,
Wilfred Gully, Leander Flint, James Harakal,
Lillian Harsh, Roberta Hughes, Beverly Hen-,
ning, Niomi Green, David Grande. SECOND
ROW, Richard Haas, JohnGrzejka, John Hosey,I
Curtis Hilton, Samuel Iacino, Roberta Fisher,
Lilie Harden, Patricia Fulkerson, Phyllis Jaco-I
way. THIRD ROW, Danny Harris, Thomas
Fulton, Edward Groff, Danny Evans, Edward
Zipay, NaomiGodfrey, Bommie Gladysz, Carol
Galicia, Rochelle Kelfand, Delores Dyll.
FOURTH ROW, Joseph Gaydek, Richard Farley,
John Dunkerly, George Scott, George Gartner,
FIRST ROW, Patricia Kovach, Bonnie Krist,
Elizabeth Keatz, Carolyn Miller, Sandra
Michael, C h r i s t i m e Lucas, John Kimmel,
RudolphJones, Terry McCluskey, David Kostka.
SECOND ROW, Delores Johnson, John Keough,
Patrick Keryan, Randolph Jones, Marlene
Mataruski, Karen Konnen, Gail Jennings, Kath-
leen Mack, Kathleen Jones. THIRD ROW, John
Kushner, Joe Meadows, John Miess, Thomas
Krzysidk, Paul Marino, Larry Manilla, Louis
Monaco, Linda Misik, Kathleen Miklos, Gail
McDonald. FOURTH ROW, Nicholas Kukyako,
Neal Zam, Victor Miskolity, Terry Kromka,
Anthony Mesaros, David McKenna.
FIRST ROW, Jo Ann Prince, William Reagle,
Margaret Ruffo, Bill Yavorske, Gary Schar-
ville, Michael Roscoe, Donna Scott, Betty
Satmare,John Nakich, Evelyn Russo. SECOND
ROW, Mary Lou Nelson, Susie Saunders,
Thomas Sever, Robert Santell, Robert Schuster,
Joan Nathan, Thomas Namey, Clara Quarrells,
Rose Nainey. THIRD ROW, Richard Schenker,
Gary Orendi, Rocco Russo, Lorraine Ragster,
Michael Secich, Sharon Owens, Beverly Ray,
Linda Rubalcave, Samuel Perry, Joan Perry.
FOURTH ROW, Harry Sever, David Sanford,
Mark Schevarty, Richard O r b e n , T h o ma s
Platterborze, Gene Rubeo, Peter Moon, Gerald
FIRST,ROW, Richard Joseph, Linda Steiner,
Patricia Anderson, David Duresko, Kathleen
Gasparich,Joanne Hedrick, Dana Hazlett, Amy
Williams, Olivia Reda, Olive Wayne. SECOND
ROW, Mary Kay Penclel, Mary Rose Marks,
Paula Borawski, Marlene Messina, Marcketa
Flint, Dana Kluka, Janese Zurawsky, Betsy
Livingston, Maredith Wachter. THIRD ROW,
David Kudelko, Michael Kline, Charles
Crowder, Robert Houston, Alexander Broom,
Leslie Hudak, Linda Milankovich, Mary Sever-
dia, Kennis Gill, Gregory LeDonne. FOURTH
ROW, Joseph Kardos, Alexander Sember,
Joseph Jarocki, Andrew Palisin, Alex Portal,
David Morgan, Ronald Lolla.
FIRST ROW, Loretta Williams, Helen Williams,
Lois Squatrito, Geraldine Tomczak, Bonnie
White, Rodney Wojtanoski, Gary Steiner, Fern
S i m o n, C hr i s t i n e Townsend, Geraldine
Williams. SECOND ROW, Lorraine Walker,
Thomas Sakolah, Charles Witzigman, Carol
Williams, Vera Shephard, Jesse Wayne, Carol
Vernile, Andrea Turosky, Mary Hall. THIRD
ROW, James Smegal, John Sopko, Frank
Vuckovic, Sandra Steverson, James Shavers,
Mark Stofan, Ray mond Timparo, Terry
Williams, Jackie Singletary, Lelicia Williams.
FOURTH ROW, Anthony Walzer, Patricia
Shannonhouse, James Wilson, Richard Weber,
Richard Telega, James White, Willie Smith.
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The Farrell High Night Riders under the
coaching of Mr. Anthony Paulekas and assistant
coaches John Popadak, William Gargano, Steve
Karlovich, John Sava, and Russell Philips, com-
pleted the 1963-1964 football season with a
record of three wins and seven losses.
A series of injuries to key players through-
out the season hampered, to a great extent, the
Night Riders potential. With a healthy squad
our record would have been no doubt better
than 3 and 7.
September 6, saw the season open with the
Riders winning over a tough Ohio squad from
Campbell Memorial. Farrell's two point con-
version after touchdown was the margin of
In our first league start the Night Riders
met a tartar in the Aliquippa Indians and were
trounced to the tune of 19-O.
With the first loss of the season, the Night
Riders were determined to make Butler their
second victim but in the third quarter Butler
went ahead after a good first half showing by
the Night Riders, the final score 20-6.
The following Friday the Night Riders rode
over the Salem Quakers and completely domi-
nated the play over the Ohio rivals. The score
was cheering news to the F.H.S. followers who
many thought the Riders had lost their scoring
punch. The 40-7 score attested to the power of
Ellwood City didn't figure to give the Paul-
ekasmen too much difficulty, but the squad was
somewhat surprised to find themselves on the
short end of the score at the final whistle. The
The one highlight of the football season was
the Riders stopping the New Castle Red Hurri-
canes. It was probably one of the best games of
the season for the Night Riders and the team
played true to form. The H u r r i c an e s were
turned away to a breeze with a 13-7 defeat.
Back to the defeat trail Beaver Falls con-
tinued to keep the hungry Night Riders in search
of a victory streak. The Tigers took the mea-
sure of Farrell to the tune of15-6. Perhaps the
squad was looking too much to the Niles game,
a team coached by Farrell's own Mr. Anthony
Mason and his number one rated team in Ohio.
The game was played before a large crowd at
Farrell, and for three quarters the Niles Red
Dragons got more then they bargained for . .
Farrell scored first and at the end of the half
Niles McKinley led by a 13-6 score. The power-
ful Niles offense ground to a halt the third
Assistant Coaches Mr. Steve Karlovich, Mr. Wil-
liam Gargano, Varsity Coach Mr. Anthony Paul-
ekas, Mr. John Popadak. Front, Mr. Russel Phil-
lips and Mr. John Sava.
quarter and Farrell was still behind by only
seven points. Unfortunately the fourth quarter
saw too many mistakes made by our boys and
Niles won going away 27-6. Nobody likes to
lose but moral victories are sometimes in
order and our boys didn't believe that Niles
could beat us by forty points as predicted.
The Night Riders ended their season by
losing their last two games, Ambridge 20-
Farrell 7, and Sharon 13- Farrell 7, on our turf.
This was the Tigers first defeat handed to the
Night Riders in five long years, probably not
an interesting way to end a season but, as they
say in Brooklyn, "Wait til next year! "
At the conclusion of the seasons play, the
boys selected Damun Gracenun to lead them in
the fall. The following seniors played their last
game under the Blue and Gold, Hasco Darden,
Francis Platteborze, Joe Leavens, Sterling
Webb, Frank O'Stafy, David Sylvester, Charles
Alongi, Ralph Timparo, Charles Tucci, John
Giroski, Fran Lengyel, Walter Nogay, Richard
Benka, Lester Robinson, Sam Mastrian, John
Latsko, Sam Newton, and Ronald Capitol.
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FIRST ROW, l. to r.: Steve Gurrera, Steve Mirizio, Mike Stowe, Bill Samuels, Sharkey Flint, Sam Mastrian, Chuck
Alongi, Chuck Tucci, Lester Robinson, John Latsko, Francis Lengyel, Joe Leavens, Abby Timparo, Frank O'Staffy.
SECOND ROW, 1. to r.: Homer Dahinger, David Harris, Terry McCluskey, Jimmy Guerino, John Nakich, Dave
Kudelko, Dan Harris, Richard Cannone, John Miess, James Wilson, Mike Secich, Harry Sever, Henry Holden.
SEATED: Forrest Clayton, Manager.
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FIRST ROW, l. to r.: Francis Platteborze, Walter Nogay, Ronnie Capital, John Giroski, Richard Benka, Sterling
Webb, David Sylvester, Sam Newton, Hasco Darden, David Kerr, Bill Wright, Damun Gracenin, David Miller, Willie
Smith, John O'Staffy. SECOND ROW, l. to r.: Richard Orben, Robert Kahl, Larry Zec, Samuel Iacino, Anthony
Walzer, John Doyle, Charles Drabick, John Sopko, Ronnie Gurrera, Larry Chec, Lou Falconi, Tom Latsko, Rocky
O'Kin, Lester Nelson. SEATED: Henry Klein, Manager.
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L. to R., ROW 1: Tom Reda, Nickolas Kubyako, Tom Sever, Tom Namey, Charles Drabic, Dave Harris, Terry Mc-
Cluskey, Frank Smitt, Victor Miskolitz, James Moore. ROW 2: Richard Repas, Sam Scales, Hasco Darden, Terry
Williams, Leander "Sharkey" Flint, Lester Robinson, Tom Latsko, Rocko O'Kin, Dave Miller, Tim Chapman, Bob
Kahl, Billy Samuels, Willie Smith. ROW 3: Alexander Broom, David Sever, Frank O'Stafy, Sterling Webb, John
O'Stafy, James Campbell, Mike Misik, Don Carfagna, James Sellers, Mike Rakocci. ROW 4: Mr. Steve Karlovich,
Earl Adams, Carl Basic, Damun Gracenin, Bill Wright, Ron Capitol, Greg Jackson, Steve Mirizio, Bob Gasparec, Tom
Underwood, Coach Mr. Phillips, Mr. Zipay.
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himself for a mighty strike--maybe.
One of the more exciting intramural activities at Farrell High is bowling. Bowling was
inaugurated a number of years ago andproved to be a very popular sport. It is still going strong.
Each Saturday morning many students make the trek to Sunset Lanes, Idaho Street, during the
school year and compete against each other. They are entered into either one of two leagues,
American and National. Each league consists of ten teams and there are five to seven bowlers
on each team. Miss Rose Bianco and Mr. Michael Gagliardi are the faculty advisers. The
leagues are open to both Junior and Senior High School students. At the end of the season the
highest scoring teams of the National and American leagues play each other for the bowling
championship. Trophies are given to each member of the winning team, and runner-up trophies
are given to the losers. Individual trophies are also awarded to bowlers with a high game score
and high three game series. Small gold pins are given to all bowlers with a perfect attendance
During the Christmas holidays an All-Star tournament is held among bowlers having high
scores. At the conclusion of this tournament awards are given to individuals as well as team
champions in various catagories.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Alberta Wayne, Carolyn Jones, Olive Wayne, Richard Joseph, Bernadette Liscio, Olivia Reda,
Amy Williams, Paula Borawski, Mary Rose Marks, Robert Androsko. SECOND ROW: David Durisko, Richard
Verneo, Tom Pedas, David Kudelko, Gregory LeDonne, Dennis Gill, Henry Russo, Gerald Steklachick, Jack Lyden.
THIRD ROW: Frank Madura, Ronald Lolla, Dana Esmond, David Keryan, Robert Dumaire, David Morgan, Joseph
Kardos, Robert Huston, Alex Broom, Joseph Jarocki. FOURTH ROW: Tom Miller, Andrew Thomas, Drew Palisin,
Nick Rozzi, Bill Roth, Carl Basic.
Mr. Scanga directing "Sweet Georgia Brown."
One ana Two ana Three .......
"Well we ended together anyway."
Mr. James v. scanga, director
FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: Donna Kluka, Candy Campagna, Dana Hazlette, Judy Butala, Kathy
Gasparich, Meredith Wachter, Linda Steiner, Patricia Anderson, Mary Ann White, Sherry
Gardner. SECOND ROW: Sharon Kimmy, Mary Lou Gutta, Marcheta Flint, Rosaria Pugliese,
Janice Zurawsky, Connie Scarbrough, Betsy Livingston, Jo Ann Hedrick, Marie Testa.
THIRD ROW: Bill Struck, Richard Repas, Richard Harakal, Kenneth Miller, Joe Vullo, Alex
Portal, Linda Milankovich, Ella Thompson, Bill Mackaly, Bill Higgins. FOURTH ROW:
John Gasparec, Bob Kapusta, Dennis Short, Richard Gregory, Matthew Miller, Alex Sember,
Keith Fammartino, Michael Matusick.
SEATED L. to R.:
President - Roseria Pugliese
Assistant Head Majorette - Judy Cole
Secretary - Marie Testa
STANDING L. to R.:
Historian - Mary Lou Gutta
Business Manager - Tom Miller
Vice-President - Robert du Maire
DISTRICT BAND MEMBERS
SEATED L. to R.:
Bass - Torn Miller
Oboe - Roseria Pugliese
Clarinet - John Gasparec
STANDING L. to R.:
Baritone - Robert du Maire
Clarinet - Nick Rozzi
Trumpet - Bill Higgins
L. to R.: Mary Frances Moroc-
co, Kathy Sujka, Sandra Palko, Yvonne
McNeal, Lois P e a r 1 m an , Eleanor
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
KNEELING l. to r.: Beverly Henning, Patty
Kovach, Billie Lynn Cianciola, Kathy Jones.
STANDING, l. to r.: Kathy Mack, Bonnie
Bonadio, Yvonne McNeal.
By Richard Rococi
The Farrell High Steelers wound up another Section
Ill season in third place, sporting a record of 9 and 5.
The five losses suffered at the hands of New Castle, sec-
tion champsg Aliquippa and Sharon, second place holders,
and Butler and Ellwood City. The Steelers over-all record
was 15 wins in 22 games.
The Steelers opened their season in exhibition play
with a 49-44 win over Beaver, followed by a 69-54 loss to
Altoona. The next four games brought Farrell added
victories when they downed Pittsburgh Westinghouse, 73-
48 5 New Kensington, 53-52, Pittsburgh South Hills, Section
II champs, 89-74, and Warren Harding, 59-34.
Farrell then came into the annual Lions Holiday
Tourney with a 5 and 1 record. The first evening we had
little trouble dispo sing of Howland 81-57, but lost the
second night's action in the fourth period to Uniontown.
This marks the fourth s u c c e s s iv e year that Uniontown
copped the tourney, with Farrell placing second.
The long awaited Section III action began on January
3rd as Farrell romped over Beaver Falls, 74-49. The
next game saw Ambridge easily erased by a score of 69-
48. The highlight of that game was Bob Marin's 36 points,
that nearly equalled the record of 40 set back in the days
of Julius McCoy.
Alarge crowd jammed the Steeler gym to see Farrell
and New Castle tangle . The Hurricanes tied up Marin,
but failed to check Sam Iacino who pumped 26 points
through the nets, and Bill Lee who did a terrific job under
the boards. The 65-46 victory brought up an interesting
tie for first place between Farrell, Aliquippa and Sharon.
The next game, despite inc le ment weather, drew
another fine crowd who watched the Steelers defeat Ali-
quippa 56-45. Bill Samuels' 14 points kept the Steelers
ahead throughout the first half, and Bob Marin came on in
the second period with a burst of 26 points to sew it up.
With Sharon losing to New Castle the same night, the
Farrellites gained Section III leadership.
The first place position held by the Steelers was
short lived as they lost a heartbreaker on the Ellwood
City court. Having a little more than two minutes to play
in the contest, Farrell made a stunning comeback from a
51-42 deficit only to lose it on fouls, 59-57.
On January 21st the Steelers visited Butler to chall-
enge the newcomers from Section I. Again fouls proved
to be the deciding factor as the McCluskeymen dropped it
59-56. Still unable to come out of the slump, the Steelers
bowed to the Sharon Tigers by a score of 57 to 46 on our
The second half of Section III action put the Farrell
squad back in the victory column as they whipped Beaver
Falls for the s e c ond time, 59-49. Bob Kudelko led the
scoring with 20 points, Samuels had 12 and Flint netted 11.
For the second time this season the Steelers beat
Ambridge. As early as the second quarter coach McCluskey
began substituting until the bench was cleared, and every
player got at least one shot in varsity action. High scorer
was Bob Duleba with 12, and Bill Matsko topped off the
evening by some fine board play. The final score was
Farrell 67, Ambridge 51.
ln one of the c rucial games of the season Farrell
visited New Castle, but couldn't pull out the victory. The
Hurricanes took it 59-45 along with a first place tie with
Sharon. Marin had 17 points, and Kudelko was exceptional
on steals. The following game against the Aliquippa
Indians b rought another loss to the Steelers. After the
first half nip and tuck battle, the Quips pulled out and took
Sketch by Danny Debonis
Varsity Basketball Coach
Mr. Edward McCluskey
On the 14th of February the Steelers hosted the Ell-
wood City Wolverines and had a score to settle from their
previous e n c ou nt e r . Ellwood just couldn't contain the
Steelers after the half as we racked up eighte en quick
points. High scorers for the game were Bob Marin with
30 and Leander "Sharkey" Flint with 15. A newcomer to
the varsity lineup, Richard Wright, also put in a fine
showing with 11 points. The second squad finis hed the
game, and the 77-56 romp gave the Ste ele r s a well de-
Entertaining the Butler Tornadoes in their final home
game of the season, the Steelers ran wild as they bombed
Butler 81 to 59. The reserves finished out the last quarter
getting plenty of practical experience. Marin had 24 points
with Samuels second on 14, Lee's 13, Flint's 12 and
The Steelers wound up the season in a blaze of glory,
by defeating Sharon, 50-49 on the Tigers' home court. For
the first 5 minutes the Tigers were held scoreless, but
came on in the second period to tie it up. From there on
the game was nip and tuck, and action-packed. The boom
came in the last few seconds. Just after coach McCluskey
called a timeout, with Sharon leading 49-48, and Farrell
in possession of the ball, Bob Marin got a screen shot and
cut the net for the Winning two points. Kudelko, Lee and
Marin saw action for the last time, and did their usual
great playing. This probably made up for a so-so season
of the Steelers.
With the end of another season the senior members of
the squad, Ron Capitol, Bob Duleba, Greg Jackson, Bob
Kudelko, Bill Lee, Bob Marin, Frank Sinopoli and Sterling
Webb, retire to the ranks of ex- Farrell basketball heroes.
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VARSITY SQ AD
Manager-James Scharville, Bob Kudelko, William Lee, Bob Marin, Ronald Capitol, Leander "Sharkey" Flint, Man-
ager-Mike Mondich. STANDING: Bill Matsko, Sterling Webb, Gregory Jackson, Frank Sinopoli, Robert Duleba, Bill
Samuels, Sam Iacino.
"Tiger" Bill Lee and Bob Duleba converging 011 the Bill Matsko inatense moment fighting for possession.
Our own Bobby Marin, with the delicate touch. Sam Iacino doesn't quite reach it for the rebound
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FIRST ROW, Lto R: David Kudelko, Ronald Gurerra, Lu Monaco, John Nakich, Felix Chess, Tim Chapman. SECOND
ROW: Gary Stiener, Richard Wright, Tom Fulton, John Biro, Jonathan Ganzy, Harley Campbell, Bob Townsend,
Richard Gregory, Tom O'Bricn, Gene Sarazen. THIRD ROW: COACH--Mr. Jankovich, James Stey, Charles Mc-
Donald, Drew Palasin, Richard Weber, Stan Brysh, Stanley Brown, Earl Chapman, Bob Grande.
Farrell 49 Beaver 43
Farrell 54 Altoona 69
Farrell 73 Westinghouse 48
Farrell 59 Warren, Ohio 34
xFarre11 81 Howland, Ohio 57
xUniontown 71 Youngstown Chaney 57
XChaney 64 Howland 51
xFarrell 58 Uniontown 65
X-Winner of Lions Tournament-
,kFarrell 74 Beaver Falls 49
D'fFarrell 69 Ambridge 48
"fFarrell 65 New Castle 44
"'Farrell 56 Aliquippa 45
"fFarrell 57 Ellwood City 59
'FFarrell 56 Butler 59
'Farrell 46 Sharon 57
"cFarrell 59 Beaver Falls 49
,"Farrell 67 Ambridge 51
l'1Farrell 45 New Castle 59
"fFarrell 37 Aliquippa 59
"'Farrell 77 Ellwood City 56
'Farrell 81 Butler 59
,"Farrell 50 Sharon 49
"'Section HI League
The shot that sunk Sharon, 50-49. How enthusiastic can you get?
Bob Kudelko on a drive! Bill Samuels driving through!
Our illustrious faculty in action!
CRASH! Our own W.F.A.R.'s Fred Cole, Statistician Pat Gray, and an
WPAPA IS ALLM b
Presented by the Dramatics Department
directed by Joseph E. Scarvcll ThuriiaiaiifliiZ2?,rAPiifSZilfigf 1963
8:15 P. M.
SITTING: Gary Banks. STANDING, L. to R.: Louie Guerino, David Keryan, Arlene Scarvell, Peggy Przewodowski
THE CAST SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
Mama . . . . ........ Peggy Przewodowski The action takes place in the kitchen of the Aukamp
Jake ............ ...... G ary Banks farmhouse, north of Lancaster, Pa., in the heart of
State Trooper Brendle . . .... Louis Guerino Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Emma .......... . .Arlene Scarvell
Mrs. Yoder . . . . . Pamela Grande ACT I-An evening last May.
Papa ,,,,, , , David Keryan ACT II-Scene I-Six o'clock the next afternoon.
ACT II-Scene II-Daybreak the next morning.
ACT III- One week later.
COSTUMES-Sue Sabo, Chairman, Judy Salandria, Kathy LaCamera, Yvonne Klaric. PUBLICITY-Janet Mikulin,
Chairman, Ralph Timparo, Jerry Bostocky, Donna Yerskey, Mary Ann Kapusta, Gary Weiss, Janet Koshar. PROP-
ERTY-Lin Stoner, Chairman, Mary Alice O'Brien, Mary Morocco, John Lyden, Peggy Bennett. STAGE MANAGER-
Clarence Evans. SET-Tom Zager, Chairman, Steve Savach, Bill McCauley, Jim Schuller, Frank Paldino. BUSINESS-
Linda Latsko, Chairman, Gloria Hornyak, Judy Cole, Linda Simon. FRONT-Mary Kahl, Patty Mastrian, Letty Marks
Mary E. Morocco, Amanda Wright, Roberta Miezlek, Elaine Duby, Janet Mikulin, Andrea Evakich, Michalene Tamber
Connie Farley, Candise Campagne, Leah Pringle.
PRESENTED BY THE DRAMATICS AND
MUSIC DEPARTMENTS OF FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
MUSIC DIRECTOR . .
Keith Fammartino , ,
James Guerino. .
John Gasparec . .
Thomas Namey . .
William Mackely ....
Mary Alice O'Brien . .
Bonnie Bonadio . . .
John Miller .....
Clarence Evans . .
Billie Lynn Cianciola
Mary Carman Bianco
. . . MR. JOSEPH SCARVELL
MR. SAMUEL CAMPAGNA, JR.
. . Susan
. . Howard
DIRECTOR .......... MR. JOSEPH SCARVELL
MUSIC DIRECTOR . . . MR. SAMUEL CAMPAGNA, JR.
Benny Jones leading the Grand March
Kathy Curc1o makes a pretty hostess
Benny Jones says "take five".
Preparations for the prom were made
many weeks in advance. Money was earned,
decorations were bought, and many Juniors
under the guidance of our Junior class ad-
viser Mrs. Victoria Barbu and Mr. Paul A.
Komar generously contributed their time
and effort to bring a "Parisian Holiday" to
The early part of the week of May 5
found our gymnasium in a mass of confusion.
As the week progressed, the general con-
fusion gave way to beauty. The decorating
committee observed its work and beamed
with pride at their achievement. Above, a
soft azure blue sky s t r e t c h e d across the
fantasy below. Swirls of white crepe paper
enclosed the gy m na s iu m on three sides,
lovely palms and ferns with fragrant flowers
in pushcarts surrounded the famous Parisian
landmark, the Eiffel Tower, painted in pale
pink and sp arkling with glitter. Another
faculty member, Mr. David Schirmer, and a
group of his boys, worked on the construc-
tion of the tower many weeks beforehand.
Old fashioned white wrought iron benches
were placed on either side of the tower and
m i niatu r e baskets of magenta carnations
hung from the ceiling, adding final touches
to the beautiful scene.
On May 10, the day had come. The girls
discardedtheir rollers,blue jeans and sweat
shirts. That evening, the transformation was
c o m ple t e . The girls entered charmingly
arrayed in billowy gowns of many styles and
hues e s c o rted on the arm of a schoolboy
turned prince for a very enjoyable evening.
The members of the P.T.A. helped make
the evening asuccess by providing and serv-
ing refreshments and acting as chaperones
with our own school faculty. Benny Jones
provided the music for the early part of the
evening. Disc jockey Fred Cole of W.F.A.R.
spun a fewfavorites during intermission and
Del Sinchakplayed for the Post Prom. In the
wee hours of the morning the boys and girls
reluctantly left their land of make believe
and went home with their special thoughts of
a very special evening.
A panoramic view of the festivities.
Now let's have a few cheers for our lovely cheerleaders
Our own beautifully gowned Farrellites.
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FIRST ROW: Edna Koser, Christine Ash, Cheryl Parsons, Ilona Kuharik, Kathy Yevchak, Carol Koshar, Rosanne
Stabile, Elizabeth Klotz, Mary C. Bianco, Carmella Grande, Wanda Ragster. SECOND ROW: Mary Kahl, Connie
Scarborough, Linda Rubalcava, Patricia O'Brien, Linda Roach, Lorraine Walker, Denise Alcar0,Gary Steiner, Dave
Harris, James Budaska. THIRD ROW: Gayle Myers, Nicolina Agresti, Anthony Perfilio, Lester Robinson, Tom
Morgan, Richard Repas, Samuel Perry, Thomas Namey, John Ganzy, Peggy Daugherty, Sandy Palko. FOURTH ROW:
Lorraine Ragster, Thomas Miller, Bill Machaly, Edward Zipay, Stanley Brysh, Dennis Short, Bill Morocco, Albert
Kocis, John Doyle, Paul Wasko. FIFTH ROW: John Miller, Richard Benka, John Gasparec, Forrest Clayton, William
Mr. Samuel Campagna, Mrs. Carl Bobby, Mrs. Anthony Liscio, Mrs. John Steklachick, Mrs. Paul Borawski, Robert
Gasparec, Jeanne Ulica.
The Farrell Music Guild presents a piano to the Music Department at F.H.S. During
the years the Guild has been active in raising funds for such worthwhile projects. Mrs.
Carl Bobby is shown presenting to Mr. Samuel Campagna a key for the new piano which
is to be used for rehearsals.
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FIRST ROW: Billie Lynn Cianciola, Judy Cole, Roseria Pugliese, Bonnie Bonadio, Linda Costar, R059 Namey,
Meredith Wachter, Bernadette Liscio, Margaret Ruffo, Kathleen Russo, Bonnie Krist. SECOND ROW: James Schar-
ville, Marlene Messina, Carol Vernille, Judy Butals, Marcheta Flint, Karen Konnen, Candise Campagna, Beverly
Boatner, Joan Perry, Christine Lucas. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Bowser, Sharon Kimmy, Carol Podleyon, Virginia
Zupo, Yvonne McNeal, Jacqueline Singletary, Mary K. Pendel, Sherri Carino, Mary Alice O'Brien, Cynthia Brestelli.
FOURTH ROW: Jeanne Ulica, Charlotte Popadak, Leslie Hudak, Richard Harakel, Richard Maykowski, Thomas
Macchia, James Stey, Linda Misik, Carol Galicia, Kathy Miklos. FIFTH ROW: James Pacillo, Andrew Thomas.
1 L. to R.: John R. Gasparec, Andy Thomas, John J. Miller,
Richard Repas. FRONT: Tom Macchia.
L. to R.: Gayle Myers, Jeanne Ulica, Roseria
"The Constitution is color-
blind, and neither knows nor
tolerates classes among
JOHN MARSHALL HARLAN
Nations are the citizens of humanity, as individuals are the
citizens of a nation--
GIUSEPPE MAZ Z INI
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Pres. William Mackaly
Treas. Diana Tarley
Vice Pres. Mary Lou Gutta
Sec. Lois Pearlman
STANDING: Advisor Miss Griffith, Lois Pearlman,
Pres., Carol Koshar, Historian: Judy Novosel, Sec.g
Peggy Bennett, Rep. SITTING: Fay Stahl, Vice-
Pres.g Maureen Messett, Treas.g Marie Testa,
SENIOR TRI-HI-Y CABINET
KEY CLUB. FIRST ROW: Sam Newton, Pres.:
H K1 . T ' SECOND ROW, W lt N HI-Y. FIRST ROW: Bill Balach Pres.'Gary Banks
Sgggant-?3'Arr:.2?SBi11 Morocco Secdlyghn Gijgsgf Vice-Pres.: Francis Lengyel, Secretary. SECONI3
. . ' ' ROW: Mike Gracenin, Treas.g Tony Cicco, Sergeant-
ki, Vice-Pres. at-Arms
C O NS E RV A T IO N CLUB. Faculty Advisor, M:
Chiodo, President, Albert Kocisg Vice-Presiden
Frank O'Stafyg Secretary-Treasurer, Jim Freebie
Richard Rococi, Historian.
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JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y. SITTING, 1. to r.: Beverly Masone,
Erika Reichart, Mary LynnChirila. STANDING, l. to r.:
Nancy Karlos, Wanda Ragster, Sandra Singer, Louisa
BAND OFFICERS. SITTING: Gayle Myers, Sharon Kimmy,
Judy Cole, Marie Testa. STANDING: Mary Lou Gutta, Mike
Matusick, Gary Vernille, Robert Dumaire, Bill Higgins,
Bob Gasparec, Roseria Pugliese, Tom Miller.
COMMERCIAL CLUB. L. to R.: Henry Klein, Jane
Lambros, Susan Thomas, Cheryl Dresel.
THESPIAN CLUB. FRONT to BACK: Mary Alice O'B
Peggy Bennett, Gary Banks, Tom Zager, Dave Keryan.
FARRELL ASSOCIATION FOR SAFETY EDU
CATION, Executive C o m m i t t e e Members,
James Scharville, Gary Weiss, Michael Ro-
senberg, Robert May, Dennis Stefanish.
KNEELING: Sandra Palko, Faye Stahl,
Diana Tarley. STANDING, L. to R Lois
Pearlman, Verdis Bridges, Mr Louis
Morocco, Marilyn Reaves, Geri Sveda
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
Pres. Eleanor Zappag Vice Pres. Kathy Russog Sec.
SusanBra.1ich. STANDING: Treas. Mary Carmen
Bianco, Program Chairman Carol Koshar.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Letitia Marks, Vice Pres.g Lois Pearlman, Pres , and
Denise Alcaro, Sec.
F.H.S. CHORUS OFFICERS
Wanda Ragsterg Denise Alcarog Gayle Myers,
and Gary Steiner. BACK ROW-Mr. Samuel
Campagnag Rich Harakalg Bob Gasparecg Bill
Mackalyg Candi Campagnag and Judy Butala.
FRONT and CENTER-Jeanne Ulica,President.
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STANDING L. to R.:
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Mary Alice O'Brien
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Editorg Henry Russo, Associate Editorg Carol Allen, Chief Typistg Lois Pearlman, Society Editorg Mary Alice O'Brien,
Assistant Society Editor, and Peggy Bennett, Organization Editor. ROW 2, KNEELING: Gary Banks, News Editor,
Clarence Evans, Chief Photographer. ROW 2: Richard Rococi, Sports Editor, Edward Perdian, Typistg Rocco O'Kin,
Copy Editor, and James Pacillo, Artist.
NIGHT RIDER STAFF
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Well, it was fun while it lastedg but wait 'til next year!
When last seen these two seniors were still going The wheelbarrow race was awfully hard on the girls'
strong! chins, knees and tummies.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane ? No--it's Ron Capitol The seniors score some needed points.
scoring for the Juniors!
H-sro! To The 5 E N
President John Giroski '64 accepting the traditional cap and gown
from President Keith Stoner '63 during class day exercises.
The senior girls sang a few selections Seniors making the grand entrance after their break-
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And the senior boys sang a few selections. "NO IUOPE Pencils, U0 IUOTG b00k5""
Farrell Senior High School
Monday evening, June 3, 1963
at eight o'clock
Farrell Senior High School Auditorium
Principal Anthony J. Pintar awarding S1600
Pr-occasional F. Mandelilohn
'War March of the Priests" '
The Farrell Senior High School Band
James V. Scanga, Conducting
Rabbi Bernard Brown
B'Nal Zion Synagogue
Clarinet Solo E. Avon
Fantasia De Concert
Anthony Costanza, Soloist
Terrance Ursetts, Acoumpanist
Presentation of Special Academic Awards: Superintendent of Schools
Senior High School Principal
Richard F. Yarzab Terrance T. Ursetta
Linda Latsko Barbara Ann Curcio
Alexis Generalovlch Elaine M. Roscoe
Pamela K. Grande
Introduction of Speaker John I-letra, Superintendent of Schools
Commencement Address "The Challenge ot Belng an American"
Keen Student nf World Affairs
Dynamic Exponent of Democracy
Receiver at the National Best Teller Award
Coast to Goa-st Lecturer
Vocal Solo "I Shall Not Pass This Way Again" S. Effinger
Jack Taylor, Tenor,
Terrance Uraettaa Fleno Accompanlst
Honor Roll and Awards AHUIOHY -Tv PUW91'
Principal of the Senior High School
Band Selection "West Side Story Selection" L. Bernstein
The Farrell Senior High School Concert Band
Presentation of Diplomas Daniel Vlvolo, Presldeut of Farrell Area School Board
John I-letra, Superintendent of Schools
Andiony J. Plntar, Principal of the Senior High School
Recesslonal E- Elk!!!
"Pomp and Clrcumstance
The Farrell Senior I-Iigh School Concert Band
ACCORDING TO RANK
Richard F. Yarzab Anthony Joseph Costanza, Jr.
Linda Catherine Latsko
Pamela Kay Grande
Cheryl Lee Moon
Barbara Ann Curcio
Terrance Thomas Ursetta
Marilyn Louise Benetto
Carol Ann Scardina
Carl M. Pandza
William Charles Morgan
Michael John Keryan
Jane Anne Peel
Kathleen Ann LaCaniera
Stephanie Marie Gutowski
Sharra Ann Dresch
Mary Catherine Magnotto
Thomas Andrew Joseph
Donna Jean Nicoloff
Edward Stephen Puhala
Patricia Ann Hornyak
Eugene Marc Ge-lfand
John George Tatusko
Daniel Lee Purich
Mary Elaine Roscoe
Carol Ann Marks
Dollie M. Martin
Wolves Scholarship Plaque to Dale Roth. 98
Andrea Lee Evakich
Andrea Louise Weber
Principal Anthony J. Pintar presenting an award to Richard Yarzab. Looking on are Miss Anne Gojdics Senior Class
Advisor, and Mr. John Hetra, Superintendent of Schools. Students next to Richard are Linda Latsko Mary Roscoe,
and Alexis Generalovich. Seated are Barbara Ann Curcio, Terrance Ursetta and Pamela Grande
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Wolves Club of Farrell 351600 Scholarship
Farrell University Club 3525 Bond
Shenango Valley Section Council of Jewish
Women, S25 Bond
Farrell Music Guild, A Cappella Chorus, S25 Bond
Farrell Music Guild, Band, S25 Bond
Booster's Club Science Award, S50 Bond
Booster's Club Award, S50 Bond
Junior Women's College Club Language Award, S25 Bond
Farrell Volunteer Fireman, Women's Auxiliary, 3525 Bond
Odd Fellows S25 Bond
Odd Fellows S25 Bond
F.H.S. Key Club fFarrell Kiwanas Clubj S25 Bond
College Club of Sharon
Jr. and Sr. High School P.T.A. Award
Jr. and Sr. High School P.T.A. Award
Future Nurses Club of Farrell
Kiwanis Club of Farrell, S25 Bond
Math Club of Farrell Senior High School, S25 Bond
Bausch and Lomb Honarary Science Medal
Proctor and Gamble Award for Home Economics
The Daughters of American Revolution Award
The Shenango Valley Y.M.C.A. Hi-Y Award
The Shenango Valley Y.M.C.A. Tri-Hi-Y Award
Mary E. Roscoe
Mary Sue Sabo
Sharon Steel Scholarship 4 year, S3000 Michael John Keryan
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THE MOMENT HAS ARRIVED. 99 SENIORS CONGRATULATING EACH OTHER
THESE ERE THE WEEKS THAT WERE
1st week, We d ne s d ay , today is the
first day of school. Best behavior is
p r e v ale nt. The poor misdirected
s o p h o m o r e s are completely lost!
Seems strange that after eleven years
as s t u d e nts we are starting off the
mornings without the "Lord's Prayer."
2nd week, Tuesday, the big election
is on! Who will be president? The
candidates for the senior class are:
Ronald Capitol, John Giroski, Sam
Newton, and Gary Wiess. The battle
of the ballots will tell the story Thurs-
day. The returns are in, the senior
officers are: president, John Giroskig
vice president, Sam Newtong secre-
tary, Pam Rongo. The junior class
officers are: president, Pie Rossi,
vice president, Steve Miriziog secre-
tary, Kathy Sujka. The sophomore
class officers are: president,William
- Samuels' vice president Louis Mo-
Donna Bastlde nacog secretary, Kathy Mack.
3rd week, Monday, quiet prevails this A.M. as there are no announcements
today because we are getting a new P.A. system. We had our first fire
drill and it was slightly chilly today. Thursday, today we hadourfirst
assembly. A representative of the Bell Telephone Company came and in-
formed us about "Project Apollo."
We were saddened to hear that a former superintendent of Farrell
Schools, Mr. W. W. Irwin died today. Friday, the homecoming court is:
Queen, Geri Aiello and her attendants are: Seniors: Gayle Myers, Pam
Rongog Juniors: Mary Lynn Chirila, and Sophomore Joan Perry.
4th week, Monday, a few of our students came to school today with bandages
as a result of stone throwing at Butler Friday night. Friday, today we had
a pep rally for our first home football game. The junior varsity cheer-
leaders were int r odu c ed and there also was a competition cheer. The
seniors won, of course!
5th week, Monday, the Commercial Club had its first meeting today and
officers were elected. The president is Henry Klein, the vice president is
Janie Lambros, CWhat a team.J Secretary is Susan Thomas, and treasurer
is Cheryl Dresel. Wednesday, did you ever watch someone eat spaghetti?
Well, someone did and got hit in the eye, of all things!
6th week, Monday, the Seniors chose their colors, flowers, and motto to-
day. Light and dark blue won out over burgundy and white, and olive green
and charcoal grey. White orchid won out over candy stripe carnation and
a yellow rose. "To serve rather than to be served," won out over "Law,
truth, usefulness," and "Just as to our fathers may God be to us." Friday,
today we had a football rally and Superintendent Hetra gave our boys a pep
talk to spur them on to victory. No competition cheer today--no luck!
7th week, Monday, there are new shiny, pastel desks in thebookkeeping
room. The Thespian Club had a meeting today and from the looks of the
attendancethere are going to be many new members! Wednesday, the girls
in gym today went into their second childhood, they played leap frog and
farmer-in-the-dell. Boy, were the chemistry kids releived when they
didn't have a pop quiz!
8th week, Monday, if you are interested in how long your nose is, just ask
any Senior girl, she will be glad to measure it for you. Mr. Chiodo's Con-
servation Club rabbit trappers are going on their first outing this weekend.
Thursday, our little pep rally in Senior lunch period was short lived. The
Snake dance after school tonight was abig success. Report cards today.
9th week, Monday, one of our senior girls is hiding a cat in her locker fits
only made of paper.J One of our student's cars was a victim of a hit-and-
run accident today in our school parking lot. How about this crazy elephant
joke, why did the elephant paint his head yellow? Blondes have more fun.
10th week, Tuesday, a new Senior boy is sure making himself known with
his squeaky shoes, a little less noise Frank. Friday, today we had a foot-
ball pep rally. We were lucky enough to see a preview of the Farrell vs.
Sharon game, portrayedby a few members of our student body. Fred Cole,
the D. J. of WFAR, came and cheered on the boys along with the students.
Guess who won the competition cheer ----- Seniors!
11th week, Monday, since today is Veteran's Day we are fortunate to have
an assembly first period. Three American Legion and two V. F. W. repre-
sentatives spoke to us. Wednesday, everything looks bright and clear and
in order. To keep it that way we are getting out at twelve thirty. Tonight
is Parent's Night, teachers, please be kind!
12th week, Wednesday, too bad all the stocks we buy in Economics aren't
for real! We would all be rich! Friday, November 22, today we were
shocked and saddened to hear of the assassination of our President, John
F. Kennedy. Words could not express how we felt whenwe heard the tragic
13th week, Tuesday, lthink we should congratulate two of our male faculty
on that big game they brought home from their hunting trip. Better luck
next time! Wednesday, today starts our Thanksgiving vacation and you
can imagine what it was like when the final bell rang to be dismissed!
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14th week, Monday, today a representative from the Chamber of Commerce
came to speak to us about the progress of the Shenango Valley. Everything
went fine until he showed us a picture of that school to the north fSharon,
of course.J Thursday, with three filled rooms of detention and that pizza
sale after school we should have a real swinging party--I hope!
15th week, Wednesday, our tree looks beautifulbut the boys look like snow-
men, covered with artificial snow. Thursday, our lovely Christmas tree
seemed as if it would fall forward any minute, as if it were coming at you
but have no fear,our Key Club members rescued it from its would be fate!
16th week, Monday, it's too late to join that cookie crunching party in Mr.
Dresch's Government class,but lucky for us because we would have gotten
two mornings detention for not eating the cookies while they were warm!
Friday, l'll give you one guess to the reason why everyone was lackadaisical
in school today,of course, we had to go home to face Christmas vacation--
all that time without school!
17th week, Monday, well, everyone looks bright and shiny today. They're
sporting their new Christmas clothes. Thursday, well, maybe the receipts
in Home Ec. are good, but if eating cake that's like soup is the new style,
a few of our senior girls can keep it.
18th week, Monday, snow, snow and more snow so no school today, unless
we all buy snow shoes and dog sleds! Tuesday, well, I don't think one
day vacation was enough for some kids. You should see the absentee list!
19th week, Thursday, did you hear those brakes screech? Well, one of our
bright senior girls made a complete circle driving to school this morning.
Friday, today at the pep rally a Tiger, portrayed by one of our fellow stu-
dents, was defeated by one of the all-powerful Steelers!
20th week, Monday, today the Home Ec. room looked like the United States
Mint with all that French Club money being counted. There was almost
thirty whole dollars there. Tuesday, the Math Club made some crucial
decisions today, one was, where the annual banquet is going to be held.
21st week, Monday, if anyone knows where I could find chicken feathers
please tell me or maybe there will be a bare rooster in Finian's Rainbow.
Tuesday, with all that noise and screaming at the Commercial Club meeting
it sounded like a jam session.
22nd week, Tuesday, Candy '? Anyone for candy ? Today in health, not only
money was put in circulation, but candy also. It was like having a candy
store in school. Thursday, to make English class complete, along with
the records all we needed was some popcorn and candy!
23rd week, Monday, Beatlemania is invading everywhere and every thing
in our school. A few of our boys have been reprimanded about their hair-
cuts. Wednesday, the screams you hear are from the Home Ec. room, an
eraser caught fire and the ironing board was going up in flames. Thursday,
today the seniors attended their last pep rally and in behalf of their basket-
ball team a poem was read in their honor by Joanne Prince.
24th week, Monday, today we had a pep rally to celebrate our victory over
Sharon. Our secret weapon is to have more poetry read at rallies instead
of all that shouting. This week saw our illustrious faculty members lose a
heartbreaker in basketball to the Junior High School faculty inathrilling
overtime game. Mr. John Chiodo coped the most valuable player award.
In the prelim, the Hi-Y boys took the measure of the Key Clubbers.
25th week. Maybe it's a fad, but there seems to be more boys on crutches
lately, our class prez has returned to form, he's on them again. Friday
we were all saddened to hear thatone of our Sophomore classmates, Donna
Bastide, has been taken away from us. Our sympathy is extended to her
family and her many close friends, may she rest in peace.
26th week saw our Finian Rainbow production a smash hit. The cast did
themselves justice and all three evening performances were well accepted by
the audiences. Much credit should go to Our persevering faculty members,
Mr. Joseph Scarvell and Mr. Samuel Campagna.
27th week. Mr. Komar, our yearbook advisor, informs us that the deadline
for the last page of the year book is upon us. This is it. Sadly, or with
relief and some misgivings, we must bring this synopsis of our school
year to a close. We hope that our weekly reviews will help you to re-
member, in years to come, some of the highlights of our lastlschool year
together at F.H.S. Briefly, though, here is the remainder of our school
28th, Hi-Y basketball banquet. 29th, Tri-Hi-Y Mother and Daughter tea,
and our practice teachers leave today. We enjoyed having you. 30th, We
and our school are being evaluated by a visiting committee for three days,
a very interesting experience. P.T.A. dance Sat. 31st, Senior High School
music concert Fri., and Senior class dance Sat. 32nd, Senior Tri-Hi-Y
dinner at Eagles Grille. 33rd, Junior - Senior Prom. It was lovely as
ever. "Over the Rainbow" was the theme. 34th, Commercial Club banquet.
35th, Sunday Baccalaureate services. 36th, Commencement.
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guest as he departed for Arlington cemetery. The card contained a picture of President Kennedy on one side and the
above words, excerpts from his. inaugural address, on the reverse side with his name and the dates of his birth and
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THE DAY THE WORLD CRIED
A child saluted and the world cried. A caisson's wheels creaked,
the horses' hoofs beat a steady tattoo on the pavement. A drum rolled,
its solemn cadence repeated in the throbbing heartbeat of the multitude.
The muted tone of a bugle penetrated the barrier of mankind's prejudice
and fear, and the world cried. A woman wept brokenly, achild whimpered,
a man's muffled sobbing could be heard mingled with the solemn wailing
of the bagpipes. The jets roared overhead and screamed their indignation.
Quiet enveloped all. Arustling flag was folded, a sputtering flame was lit,
a day ended. A child saluted and the world cried.
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