Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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FAHHISLI. SENI HI NTfi'H. HKKil: Art'h i i «• ! Slwiron,I- » i nc; 11 shiool VSS HIM I S '«• 11 I i - I % .«11 i. I7 £e TQeiiecton. mg Published by Senior Class Farrell High School Farrell, Pennsylvania 1'pansiell Septan 'rtytyA ScAaol The inside covers, front and back, illustrate the newly planned, modernly equipped Farrell Senior High School. The new Farrell Senior High School will occupy the site immediately adjacent to the existing High School, which has been used as the football practice field. The new building will adjoin the existing by means of a glass enclosed footbridge from the second floor. The cafeteria and kitchen facilities were incorporated immediately adjacent to this area, which make them equally accessible from either building. The new structure will contain every modern facility incorporated in high schools today. Included will be a 1200 seat auditorium immediately adjacent to the main entrance, facilitating convenient access. The rear of the auditorium can be divided into two large areas seating approximately 350 students for large group instruction. This eliminated the need of building separate rooms for this purpose. The areas can be completely separated from each other as well as from the main body of the auditorium by means of large movable coil walls. When not in use, these same walls, which operate electronically, can be completely hidden from public view. Also included in conjunction with the auditorium is the Music Department. This department is to be located near the stage area for ease of access forboth instruments and choral groups. Located near the main entrance across from the auditorium, will be the Administrative Facilities. Included will be all Administrative Offices as well as the Health Suite. Since Farrell's present spectator gymnasium is obviously adequate, it was not deemed necessary to duplicate this facility. A much smaller gym, however, was provided which can be divided in half for class use and which contains limited folding bleacher seating for junior high basketball spectators. Immediately adjacent to the gymnasium are the locker rooms which separate the new gym from the swimming pool. The pool will be regulation Olympic size with both one and three meter diving boards. This area will also contain a spectator area since swimming will probably become a competition sport in the very near future. The class rooms will be housed in a two story element, somewhat separated from the aforementioned areas, by means of a glass enclosed corridor adjacent to an interior courtyard. Included will be 11 regular classrooms, two double classrooms, one language lab and two instructional planning centers. The Science Department will contain an Earth and Space Lab, two Biology Labs, one Chemistry Lab, one Physics Lab and two Student Project Rooms. A large area has been provided for the Art Department, which will also be housed in this area. Immediately adjacent to the class-rooms is the Library Area, which includes the Main Library and adjoining facilities, a library classroom, seminar rooms and the Planetarium which seats sixty students. Also adjacent to the classrooms is the Shop Area, which is situated at an intermediate level. Five shops and the Mechanical Dr awing Room are housed in this area. The building's interior will be basically exposed brick and ceramic tile with glass being incorporated in the connecting corridors. Some wood paneling was used, predominately in the auditorium and cafeteria areas. Features such as display and locker areas were incorporated which will not only serve functionally, but will enhance the building's interior. The contemporary design of the exterior will be complimented by dark brown brick contrasted with white brick and natural rubble stone work. Gray glass was incorporated basically for its value in sun and heat control. The Reflector Staff would like to thank Hunter Heiges and Associates for this article, and their painting of the new High School found on the endsheets of the Yearbook.rfelmiaiAtn ztioti Mr. John Hetra, Superintendent, Farrell Area Schools'pCLCtdty This is a typical scene in our classrooms at Farrell High School. We students are fortunate to have teachers who are always ready and willing to help us with all our problems. Uppermost in all our teachers' minds is dedication to the students. They are all teachers we can look to for instruction, guidance, encouragement, and friendship. We are proud to say that our faculty of Farrell senior high meets all these requirements. The whole student body wishes to thank them for all the time and encouragement they have given to us. English MRS. VICTORIA BARBU English in, Junior Class Advisor, A.B. University of PittsburghMathematics MR. PAUL R. BOHACH Trigonometry, Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra, A.B. Westminster College, M. Ed. Westminster Library MRS. THELMA M. BRICE Librarian, B.S. Clarion State College, M.A. Equivalent Mathematics MR. CHARLES BRIER Advanced Math, General Math, Plane Geometry, B.S. College of New York City, M. Ed. Westminster College Drivers Education MR. THOMAS BURNS D river Education, Geneva College, Safety Director, Youngstown University, Business AdministrationSpanish MRS. MARY JEAN CAMPAGNA Spanish I, II, III, IV, B.S. Indiana State College Music MR. SAMUEL CAMPAGNA, JR. A Cappella Chorus, Concert Choir, Music I. B.S. Indiana State College. M. Ed. Penn State University, Kent State University English MR. JOSEPH CANTELUPE English II. B.S. Economics, Duquesne University School Nurse MRS. MARGARET CARROZZI Home School Visitor, R. N. Sharon General Hospital, B.S. Slippery Rock State College, M. Ed. Westminster CollegeScience MR. JOHN CHIODO, JR. Physics, Earth Space Science, Future Teachers, Guidance Counselor. C. A. P., B.S. Westminster College, M. Ed. Westminster Instrumental Music MR. LEWIS COLELLA Youngstown University B. M. E.. Naval School of Music, Instructor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh Business MR. JOSEPH DUICH, JR. Office Machines Typing. B.S. Youngstown University, M. Ed. Westminster College French MR. CHARLES FORTINE French I. II, III, IV, V, A.B. Youngstown University, Western Reserve, University of Paris, - Now attending Ohio State 9Social Studies MR. WILLIAM GARGANO World Cultures, B.S. Clarion State College English MISS ANNE GOJDICS English IV, B.A. Pennsylvania State University, M. Litt, University of Pittsburgh, University of Wisconsin English MRS. MILDRED GRANDE English in, A.B. Western Reserve University English MISS ALICE M. GRIFFITH English IV, World Literature, B.S. Indiana State College, M. Ed. Pennsylvania State UniversityHistory Home Economics MR. SAM JANKOVICH MISS MARY BARBARA HARDY World Culture, American History, A.B. Homemaking I, II, HI, B.S. Pennsylvania Youngstown University, M.S. Springfield State University, B.S. Home Economics College Business MISS DOLORES LICASTRO Typewriting I, Commercial Math, B.S. Ed. Youngstown University Languages MR. ALFRED A. MALATESTA Latin I, H, III. IV, English II, B.A. St. Bonaventure University, M. E. D. Westminster College 11Industrial Arts MR. ELLSWORTH McCLEARN History Machine Shop. Voc. Ed. University of MR. EDWARD J. McCLUSKEY Pittsburgh, M.A. Equivalent from American History, B.S. Washington and California State College . Jefferson College, Athletic Director Science MISS ANNAROSE MORACA Biology, B.S. College of New Rochelle, Columbia University Guidance and Curriculum MR. LOUIS MOROCCO Guidance Curriculum Coordinator, B.S. Thiel College, M.A. Columbia UniversityHistory MR. MICHAEL NAMEY Physical Ed. L. LB., Economics, American History, MISS HARRIET MORRISON Government, Youngstown College School Health and Physical Education, B.S. of Law, Youngstown College, Slippery Rock State College Westminster College Industrial Arts MR. JOSEPH NESTICH Mechanical Drawing, B.S. Kent State University, M. Ed. Kent State University Science MR. THOMAS NEVANT Westminster College, B.S. Chemistry Carnegie Tech., Youngstown UniversityIndustrial Arts MR. IRVIN ORR Dean Metal Shop, Voc. Ed. University of MR. ANTHONY PAULEKAS Pittsburgh, M.A. Equivalent from B.S. Washington and Jefferson College, California State College University of Pittsburgh Art MR. JOHN J. PERFILIO Art Crafts, Art I, Art II, Photography, Yearbook Advisor, Commercial Art Certificate, B.S. Edinboro State College Business Education MR. GEORGE J. SALEM Bookkeeping I and Advanced Bookkeeping, Varsity Golf Coach, B.S. Grove City College, M.A. Edinboro CollegeHistory MR. JOHN SAVA Economics and World Geography, American Government, B.S. Penn State University, M. E. D. Edinboro State College Dramatics MR. JOSEPH E. SCARVELL Public Speaking, Dramatics, Advisor to Night Rider, Youngstown University, -Attending Kent State University Industrial Arts MR. DAVID C. SCHIRMER Woodshopand Electronics, B.S. California State College, Industrial Arts Coordinator Business MRS. VICTORIA SCHMIESSER T y p e w r i t i n g I and II, y o u n g s t o w n University B.S.Business MISS FLORENCE H. SIRB Shorthand I, II, Transcription, Chairman Business Education Dept., B. B.A. Westminster College, M. Ed. Kent State Mathematics MISS BESSIE STRUCK Algebra I and II, B. S. Westminster College Physical Education MR. JOSEPH C. TOM MINS Physical E due at ion, H e al th, B. S. University of Pittsburgh, M. S. Westminster College Science MR. RICHARD A. TOSKIN Biology, B.S. Clarion State College, M. Ed. Edinboro State CollegeMiss Struck helping an algebra student. 17 .etOieci 7eac£enA Mrs. Ethel Pintar Mr. Anthony Pintar The students and the faculty of Farrell High School wish to commend the following teachers for their service to the Farrell Area School District. Mr. Anthony Pintar joined the F arrell school system in 19 2 7. He taught mathematics until 1943, when he became principal of the F arrell Junior High School. In 1946 he became principal of the senior high school and, except for two years, in which he was curriculum director, held the position until his retirement in Miss Olga Gojdics Mrs. Mary Jones 1967. Mrs. Ethel Pintar who has taught in Farrell schools for 22 years was teaching at the John Hetra Elementary School at the time of her retirement. Mrs. Mary Jones taught in Farrell for 30 years and was teaching Shorthand I and II, and Transcription at Farrell Senior High when she retired. Miss Olga Gojdics taught Business Math and Typing II at the senior high when she retired after 35 years of teaching in Farrell.19 Guidance office, Gail Jennings'pannelt tiea School 'Di tnict So vicl o£ ’Detector Mr. Paul Kudelko President Mr. Alfred LaCamera Vice-President Mr. Francis Taylor Treasurer Mr. Richard Morocco Secretary Mr. Edward A. Turosky Mr. William E. DeCapua Mr. Robert T. Flynn Solicitor Director Director Mr. Henry Gondek Director Mr. Merle Levine Director Mr. Gabino Madrazo Director Mr. Anthony Namey Director'Pti-'ty P%eee tte “P toque From the left are Mr. Gargano, our football coach; Ted Stefanak, student Hi-y president; Mr. Dresch; Fred Hoaglin of the Cleveland Browns, principal speaker; and Mr. Burns, advisor of the Hi-y. The Hi-y presented Mr. Dresch with a plaque on Monday November 13, 1967, at the 30th annual dinner in honor of our football team and coaches. Mr. Dresch served as advisor for the Hi-y for 30 consecutive years before becoming our principal. Ted Stefanak presented the plaque to Mr. Dresch in tribute to the years he served the organization as advisor. Thanks were also extended to the football coaches by head coach, Mr. William Gargano. 21Mary Ann Russo is a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship. The boys, ranging from left to right, Joseph Butoryak, William Blazius, and Kenneth Konnen, received commendations for their results on the test. Louise Severdia, Jennifer Gotal, Dave Lucas, and William Blazius, were chosen from the first ten per cent of the senior class to participate in an experimental program sponsored by the county. They are taking an advanced course at Penn State which began in September of 1967 and will continue until June of 1968. They will receive 6 hours credit toward their first year of college. The girls are taking English and the boys are taking algebra and geometry. Jennifer Gotal, a senior student, was presented a certificate and pin from the Daughters of the American Revolution commending her citizenship, leadership, service, patriotism, and dependability as a student. It was presented to her by Mr. Louis Morocco, our guidance counselor. 22Studying Up, up and away Freeze Let's get rolling Mr. President! Recreational reading Hard working Ted Two points for Dom Friends, Romans, and Countrymen At work in the library 23Senior Class Officers. Seated, Secretary, Melanie Grande, Standing left to right, President, Robert Multari, Vice-President, John Namey. Setuon  SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE. Left to right, row l: Jean Vernille, Cathy Roach, Anna Richards, Debra Kovach, Linda Anric, row 2; Dominic Dionisio, Charlene May, George Sudzina, Michael Spanos, row 3; Robert Fimognari, Donald Kurpe, Drew Matanin, James Jones, Jonna Conticelli. N avy blue and powder blue White carnation "Follow Your Dream" 26BRUCE ANDERSON, Academic;Conservation 1,2,3,French 2.3, Hi-Y 1,2,3, Math 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Conservation 3, Vice-Pres., Sr. Breakfast 3. LINDA M. ANRIC, Academic; French 2,3, Future Nurses 1,2, Future Teachers 2,3, Honor Society 2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Math 2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Sr. Girls Trio 3, Jr. Girls Trio 2, Sophomore Girls Trio 1, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee2, Flower Committee, Chairman 3, District Chorus 3, District Band 3. NANCY JEAN ANTONINO, Academic;French 1,2,3,Future Nurses 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Honor Society Treasurer 3, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Band 1,3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Jr. Girls Trio 2, Accompanist, Sr. Girls’ Chorale 2,3, School Play 1, Committee for Class Play 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Quasi Editor 1, Nightrider 1,2,3, Society Editor 2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2. LINDA ARCURI, Business; Business 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Pep 1, Spanish 2, Reflector Staff 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Secretary to Mrs. Campagna. DAVID A. BACCHETTI, Academic; Conservation 2,3, French 2,3, Junior Achievement 1,2, Manager 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Hi-Yi, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. FRED JOSEPH BADOLATO, General; Conservation, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day. SHERRY LYNN BAYER, Business; Cheerleader 1, Captain, Pom Pom Girls 2, Business 3, Tri-Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Secretary for Mrs. Barbu, Concert Choir 1, Scoop Staff 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Theme Committee 3. MARIA J. BEINHARDT, Business; Bowling 1, Business 3, French 2, Honor Society 1,2, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Principal’s Office 3, Secretary to Mr. Duich 1,2, Secretary to Mr. McCluskey 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 27WILLIAM LANCE BLAZIUS. Academic; Conservation 1, 2.3, French 2, Hi Y 1,2,3, Treasurer 3, Honor Society 1.2.3, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 1, 2.3, President 3, Pep 1,2, P. A. Announcer 2,3, Reflector Staff 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. WILLIE BLUE JR. Industrial Arts; Track 1, Hi Y 3, Band 1, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. EL WOOD BOYD, General; Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 3, Latin 1,2, Pep 1,2, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CHARLES J. BRANCA, General;Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERT PIERRE BROCKMAN, Industrial Arts; Math 1, A Cappella 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. TINA LOUISE BROOKINS, General; Latin 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LINDA L. BROWN, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses 1, Pep 1,2, Assistant to Mr. Duich, Majorette 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID BUGHER, Academic; J. V. Football 2, Track 1,2,3, Intramurals 1, Bowling 3, Conservation 3, French 1, Hi Y 1,2,3, Honor Society 1, Junior Achievement 1, Latin 2,3, Math 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 28LEWIS BURNS, Industrial Arts; A Cappella 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 1, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SAM JOSEPH BUSCO, Academic; French 1,2,3, Cabinet Member 2, Future Teachers 2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Production Manager and President, Math 1,2,3, Treasurer 3, Pep 1,2, Publicity Committee for School Play 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. STEPHEN J. BUTALA, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 1, 3, Golf 2,3, Bowling 1,2,3 Conservation 2,3, Hi Y 1, 2.3, Math 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JOSEPH ROY BUTORYAK, Academic; Track 1, Intramurals 1.3, Conservation 1,2,3, French 1, Hi Y 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2, Latin 2,3, Thespian 1,2,3, Vice President 3, Math 1,2, Pep 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Projectionist 1.2.3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Stage Crew 1, Actor 2. RICHARD L. CAMPMAN, General; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, J. V. Basketball 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 2,3, Hi Y 1,2, Junior Achievement 1, Key 3, Pep 2,3, Spanish 1, Projectionist 2,3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, ClassDay 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CAROL ANN CAPSON, Academic; Pom Pom Girls, 2, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Flower Committee 3. CAROLE LYNN CAROSONE, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Tri Hy Y Cabinet 3, Football Usherette 3, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3. WILLIAM CHAPMAN, General; Varsity Football 1,2,3, Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Pep 1,2, Prom Committee 1,2, Class Officer 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 29MONIQUE CHESS, Business; Business 3, President 3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RICHARD F. CICCO, Business; Business 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PEGGY CIONE, General; Tri Hi Y 3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Field Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. WILLIAM CLARKE, Industrial Arts; Track 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MARK WM. CLAY'TON, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 1.2, Track 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2, Conservation 1,2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Band 1, Concert Choir 1, Class Officer 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Flower Committee 3, Color Committee 3. RICHARD A. COLE, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 2.3, Bowling 1,3, Conservation 3, Hi Y 3, Pep 1, A Cappella 1.2.3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JONNA CONTICELLI, Academic;Pom Pom Girls 2, French 2,3, Future Nurses 2,3, Future Teachers 2,3, Junior Achievement 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Concert Choir 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 1,2,3, Projectionist 2,3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Color Committee 3. JANET CORBETT, Business; Business Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3. 30EALY COTTLE JR., Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 3, J. V. Football 2, Track 2,3, Hi Y, Thespian, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Boys Quartet 2,3, Honors Chorus 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PAUL G. CURRY, Industrial Arts; Conservation 3, Hi Y 3, Math 1,2, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LEO DAVID D'AMORE, General; Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DEBORAH DE CAPUA, Business; Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DIANA DEMASY, Academic; Future Nurses 1,2, Future Teachers 1,2, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Pep 1,2, Band 1,2,3, Head Majorette 3, P. A. Announcer 3, Library Staff 2, Projectionist 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Majorette 1,2,. JAMES P. DEVINE, Industrial Arts; Track 1, Intramurals, 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Pep 2, Band 1,2,3, District Band 2, State Band, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Vice President of Band 3. DOMINIC DIONISIO, Academic; Varsity Football 2,3, J. V. Football 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, Golf 1,2,3, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Thespian 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Spanish 3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, School Play 2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3, Chairman 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PHILLIP L. DISKO, Academic; Varsity Football 1,2,3, J. V. Football 1,Intramurals 1,Conservation 1,2,President 3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 3, Latin 2,3, Pep 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Track 1,2,3, French 1. 31CAROL ANN DOLATA, Business; Business 3, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1, Prom Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 1, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3. THOMAS DOYLE, Industrial Arts; J. V. Football 1, Conservation 1,2, Hi Y 3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sound Crew 2,3, Intramurals, 1. ROBERT ELIA, General; Intramural Basketball 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MICHAEL EDWIN ELLIS, General; Intramurals 2,3, Conservation 1, Junior Achievement 1, Band 1,2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. THOMAS F. FAIR, Business; Conservation 3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JANET LUCILLE FALCONI, Business; Business 3, Pep 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Secretary for Mr. Campagna, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Christmas Concert 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Secretary for Business Club 3. ROBERT ERNEST FIMOGNARI, Academic; Varsity Basketball 2,3, J. V. Basketball 1, Track 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 2,3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 1, Junior Achievement 1, Key 2,3, Vice President, Pep 1,2, Band 1,2,3, Steering Committee 3, Library Staff 3, Projectionists 1, Prom Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee, Co-Chairman 3, Field Day 2,3, Home Room Representative 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ATLAS FORD, General; Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1, A Cappella 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 32PEARL J. FORD, General; Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1, Library Staff 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. WILLIAM E. FREEMAN, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 2.3, J. V. Basketball 1,2, J. V. Football 1, Track 1,2,3, Intramurals 2,3, Gym Exhibition 2,3, Prom Committee 2.3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LINDA FUSCO, Business; Pom Pom Girls 3, Business Club 3, Assistant to Mr. Scarvell 2, Civil Defense 3, Junior Aide 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SAM GEISEL, Industrial Arts; Bowling 1,2,3,Conservation 3, Hi Y 3, Honor Society 1,2, Math 1,2, Prom Committee 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sound Crew 2,3. JENNIFER ILENEGOTAL, Academic;French 1,2,3,Future Teachers 1,2,3, Thespian 2,3, Tri Hi Y2, Band 1, A Cappella 1,2,3, Chorus Accompanist 2,3, Chorale 2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Bye Bye Birdie 1, Romanoff and Juliet 2. MELANIE MARIE GRANDE, Academic; Cheerleaders 1,2, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3, Secretary 3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Spanish 2,3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Secretary3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 2,3, Prom Committee 1,2, Class Officer 3, Secretary, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2,3, Co-Editor 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representatives 1, Prom Aide 1, School Play 1, Parents Night Aid 2. SHIRLEY ANN GRAY, Business; Business 3, Treasurer 3, Future Nurses 2,3, Future Teachers 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Brealcfast 3. 33 DENNIS GRZEJKA, Business; Conservation 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.MARY GRZEJKA, Business; Business 3, Math 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3 Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Editor, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Secretary to Mr. Collela. RUTH ANN GUBA, Academic; French 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 2, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Reflector Staff 2, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Parent's Night 2. RALPH J. GUTOWSKI, General; Track 1, Intramurals 1, Golf 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1,2, Pep 1, Band 1,2,3, District Band 3, State Band 3, Projectionist 1.2, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RANDOLPH HAMMOND, Academic; Varsity Football 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2,3, C. A. P. 2, Pep 3, Concert Choir 3, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 3, Flower Committee 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PATRICIA JEAN HANIAK, Academic; Bowling 1, French 1,2,3, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Concert Choir 1, Library Staff 3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Play 1. RONNIE B. HAUN, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERTA ANN HOGUE, Business; Bowling 1, Pom Pom Girls 3, Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Concert Choir 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MARSHALL LEON HOLDEN, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 1,2,3, Varsity Basketball 2, Intramurals 1,2,3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. 34SAMUEL LOUIS HOSEY, Industrial Arts; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Conservation 1, Prom Committee 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. GERALD D. HOSFELT, General; Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SALLY HUDSPETH, AcademicjC. A. P. 2, Future Teachers 1.2.3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1.2.3, Spanish 1,2,3, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3, Color Committee, Sr. Breakfast Committee. LOLLY JACKSON, General; Pom Pom Girls 2,3, Math 2.3, Pep 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y, Office Assistant 2,3, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Captain of Pom Pom Girls 3. ROBERT JACKSON, General; Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2,3, Latin 1,2, Thespian 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Honors Chorus 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, School Play 1,2, Gym Exhibition 2. CYNTHIA L. JONES, General; Pom Pom Girls 2,3, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Pep Club Representative 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. GEORGIA JONES, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses 3, Future Teachers 3, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Office Assistant 2, Attendance 3, Library Staff 1, Projectionist 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Announcement and Invitation Committee 3. JAMES JONES, General; Varsity Football 2,3, J. V. Football 1, Track 1, Conservation 3, Hi Y 1,2, Math 1, 2, Steering Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 35WALTER J. KAPUSTA, Industrial Arts; Conservation 1,3, Thespian 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3. JOSEPH KELECSENY, Industrial Arts; Golf 1, Bowling 1,3, Conservation 3, Prom Committee 1,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JAMES EARI. KELLY, General; Varsity Football 2,3, J. V. Football 1, Track 1,2, Hi Y 1,2, ACappella 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SYLVIA J. KISER, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Treasurer, Library Staff 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Pep 1,3. ANITA KLUKA, Academic; French 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1.2.3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Officer, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y, Officer, Pep 1,2, Concert Choir 1,2, A Cappella 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1, Theme Committee 3. KENNETH KONNEN, Academic;Intramurals 1,2,3,Bowling 1, Conservation 1, French 2,3, Future Teachers 1, Hi Y 3, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2, Pep 1,2, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 3, Field Day 2.3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 3, Gym Exhibition 2. BOB KOSER, Business; Track 3, Bowling 1, Junior Achievement 1, A Cappella 1,2,3, Prom Committee 3, Field Day 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DEBRA LEE KOVACH, General; Future Nurses 3, Honor Society 2,3, Math 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Invitation Committee 3, Announcement Committee 3, Home Room Representative 2,3. 36NICK JOSEPH KUCIK, Industrial Arts; Varsity Basketball 2,3, J. V. Basketball 1, Hi Y 3, Projectionist 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. DONALD P. KURPE, Academic; Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Hi Y 1,2, Junior Achievement 1, Key 3, Latin 2,3, Thespian 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Spanish 1, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Projectionist 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Flower Committee 3, Co-Chairman, Home Room Representatives 1, School play 1,2,3. TERRY M. KUZAK, Industrial Arts; Conservation 2,3, French 1, Junior Achievement 1,2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. MARILYN ANN LEAVENS, Business; Cheerleaders 1,2,3, Business 3, French 2, Future Nurses 1,2, Future Teachers 2,3, Thespian 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Assistant 2, Junior Aide 2, Scoop Staff 3, Co-Editor, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Civil Defense 3. WILLIAM NATHANIEL LEE, General; Varsity Football 1,2,3, Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Track 1, French 1,2, Prom Committee 2, Class Officer 1,2, Class Day 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Color Committee 3. BOB LEGO, Business; Bowling 1, Business 3, Math 1,2,3, Prom Committee, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3. PATRICIA L. LEWIS, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Library Staff 2, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROSS M. LITWILER, Industrial Arts; Bowling 1,3, Conservation 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 1, Projectionist 1, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 37DAVID LUCAS, Academic; Conservation 1,2,3, Bowling 3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Latin 2,3, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3, Pep 1,2, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representative 1, Bye Bye Birdie 1, Romanoff and Juliet 2.- PAULA SUSAN LUCAS Academic; French 1,2,3, French Cabinet 2, Future Teachers 1,2, Math 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, P. A. Announcer 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 2,3, Co-editor 3, Civil Defense 3, Night-rider 1, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Parent’s night aide 1,2. KAREN ANN MARKS, Academic; French 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2,3, Pep 1,2, Band 1,2,3, Section leader 2,3, Librarian, A Cappella 1,2,3, Sr. Girls' Chorale 3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2,3, Christmas Pageant 1.2.3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3. SUSAN MASON, Business; Bowling 1,2,3, Girls Basketball 1.2.3, Business, Future Nurses 1, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Officer, President 3, Pep 1,2,3, Library Staff 3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Theme Committee 3. DREW MATANIN, Academic; Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1, Honor Society 2,3, Math 1,2,3, Pep 1,2, Spanish 2,3, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 2, Reflector Staff 2,3, Editor 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CHARLENE MAY, Academic; French 1,2,3, French Cabinet 2, Future Teachers 1,2, Math 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1, 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 3, Reflector Staff 3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Parent's Night Aide 1,2, Color Committee 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. LINDA IRENE McCLUSKEY, General; Bowling 1,2,3, Pom Pom Girls 2, Future Teachers 1,2, Future Nurses 1,2, 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MARK R. McGRATH, General; Track 1, Intramural 1,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 1,2, Honor Society 1, Key 3, Latin 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, District Band, State Band, Steering Committee 1, Projectionist 1,2,3, Christmas Pageant, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 38GWENDOLYN J. McMILLAN, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DOROTHEY A. McSWAIN, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Assistant, Junior Aide, Library’ Staff 1,2, Prom Committee 2, Class Officer 2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 4 MELANIE MILANKOVICH, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses, 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Vice President, Tri Hi Y Vice President 2, Assistant to Mr. Scarvell and Mr. Salem 3, P.A. Announcer 3, Projectionist 1, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2, Scoop Staff 3, Co-Editor, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Parents Night 2. CHARLOTTE JAYNE MORRISON, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Library' Staff 2, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. VALERIE JEAN MORRISON, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y, Band 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KATHLEEN MROZEK, General; Future Teachers 1,2,3, Math 1,2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Spanish 1,2, A Cappella 1,2,3, Reflector Staff 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERT MULTARI, Academic; Varsity Football 2,3, Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, J. V. Basketball 1, Track 1,2, Intramurals 1, Football Statistitian 3, Football Trainer 3, C. A. P. 2, Hi Y 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Representative 1,2, President 3, Spanish 3, Poster Committee, Concert Chior 2.3, A Cappella 2,3, Officer and President 3, Prom Committee 1,2,3, Chairman 2, Class Officer 2, Vice President 2, Class President 3, Civil Defense 3, Christmas Pageant 2.3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Usher for Graduation 2, Chairman of Theme Committee, Choir, Dancer, Tarentella. JOHN THOMAS NAMEY JR., Academic; Track 2, Intramurals 1,2,3, Conservation 1,2,3, Hi Y 1, Honor Society 1,2, Key 1,2,3, President, Latin 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3 Pep 1,2, A Cappella 1,2,3, Band Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Projectionist 1,2,3, Prom Committee 1,2, Class Officer 1, President, 2, President, 3 Vice President, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1.2.3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Home Room Representatives 1, Bye Bye Birdie 1, Romanoff 39 and Juliet 2, Tevya and His Daughters 2.GERALDINE NAWROCKI, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses 1,2, Future Teachers 1, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1, Band 1,2,3, Band Librarian 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. CAROL A. PARCETICH, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2, Class Day 3, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERT LEWIS PASTORE, General; Junior Achievement 1, Math 2,3, Band 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Boys Quartet 2, Honors Chorus 1,2,3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. STEPHANIE PAVLIK, Business;Business 3, FutureNurses 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Attendance, Library Staff 1, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Home Room Representative 1, Sr. Breakfast 3. KATHY PETRILLO, Academic; Cheerleaders 1, PomPom Girls 2, French 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, P.A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Parent’s Night 2, Secretary to Mr. Campagna. RICHARD POWELL, Business; Business 3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KATHLEEN PRELERSON, Business;Business3,French2, Future Nurses 2, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Office Assistant 1,2,3, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3. JANET E. PREZIOSO, Academic; Gym Exhibition 2, French 2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Office Assistant 1,2,3, Principal's Office 3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2,3, News Editor 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Parent's Night Aide 2, Football Usherette 3.LIZ PUHL, Academic; French 2, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Assistant to Mr. Duich 3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Parent’s Night Aide 2, Football Usherette 3. CLEM C. RAGSTER, Industrial Arts; J. V. Basketball, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERT E. REMP, General; Intramurals 2, Junior Achievement 1, Librarian in Band 3, Band 1,2,3, Concert Choir 3, A Cappella 3, Manager 1, Library Staff 1, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sound Crew 1. ANNA L. RICHARDS, Academic; Cheerleaders 1,2,3, Bowling 1, French 1,2,3, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Chorale 3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 3, Library Staff 1, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2,3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. FRANK LEROY RIMER, General; Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. CATHY ROACH, General; Pom Pom Girls 2, French 1, 2, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Assistant to Mr. Campagna, Concert Choir 1, A Cappella 2,3, Steering Committee 3, Projectionist 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Motto Committee Chairman 3, Treasurer of A Cappella Chorus 3, Future Teachers Program Chairman 3,Campus Courrier 3, Future Nurses Program Chairman 3. BEVERLY S. ROBINSON, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Secretary' to the Industrial Arts Department. SHIRLEY ANN ROBINSON, General; Tri HiY 1,2,3,Future Nurses 3, Pep 1,2,3, Band 1,3, Prom Committee 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Girl’s Basketball 3. 41SHELLEY ROSENBERG, General; C. A. P. 2, Future Teachers 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JOSEPH JOHN ROSSI, JR., General; Intrafrturals 1, Conservation 1,2,3, Future Teachers 3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1,2,3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVE RUCKER, Industrial Arts; J. V. Basketball 1, Track 2, Intramurals 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. VALERIE RUFFO, Academic; French 1,2,3,FutureNurses 2, Future Teachers 2,3, Honor Society 1,2, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, President Jr. Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Assistant to Mr. Campagna and Mr. Colella, Band 1,3, Civil Defense, 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MARY ANN RUSSO, Academic; Future Teachers 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Spanish 1,2,3, President 3, Head Librarian of Chorus 2, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Prom Committee 2, Class Officer 2, Secretary 2, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2, Flower Committee 3, Ticket Committee for Play 1,2,3. JOHNNY SCARDINA, Academic; Bowling 1,2,3, Conservation 1,2,3, French 2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JIMMY SCARMACK, Industrial Arts; Varsity Football 1, 2, J. V. Football 1,2, Gym Exhibition 2, Conservation 1,2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Prom Committee 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. PAUL W. SCHNEIDER, Business; Band, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.HOWARD MARK SCHREIBER, Academic; Conservation 1, Junior Achievement 1, Thespian 2,3, Pep 1, Spanish 3, Romanoff Juliet 2, Tevya His Daughter 2, Named best actor in the state of Penna, Band, Band Halftime Announcer 3, P. A. Announcer 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider, Co-Editor of the Nightrider 1,2, Editor 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RUDY SCHULLER, Academic; Track 1, Intramurals 1,3, Conservation 3, Hi Y 3, Thespian 1,2,3, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RHODA JEAN SCHWARTZ, Academic; Future Nurses 1, 2.3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Thespian 2.3, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2, Office Assistant, Concert Choir 1,2, A Cappella 3, Library Staff 2,3, Projectionists 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Class Play 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. LOUISE SEVERDIA, Academic; French 2,3,Future Nurse 1, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Honor Society 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Concert Choir 1, A Cappella 2,3, Junior Aide 2, P. A. Announcer 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Receptionist for Parent’s Night 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. PATRICIA SHANNONHOUSE, Business; Girl's Basketball 2,3, Gym Exhibition 1,2, Business 3, Office Assistant 3, Office Attendance 3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Field Day 2,3. LYNDA ELLEN SHERRIER, Business; C. A. P., Business 3, Honor Society 2,3, Tri Hi Y 3, Pep 1, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 3. EVA MAE SHORT, Business; Business 3, Future Nurses 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 2,3, Teacher's Assistant 3, Projectionists 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 2, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. NORENE I. SHORT, Business; Pom Pom Girls 2,3, Treasurer, Business 3, Future Nurses 1,2, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Library Staff 2, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2, 3, Class Day 3, Girl's Basketball 3. 43TERRY M. SIMON, Academic; Conservation 1, French 1, 2.3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2,3, Vice President, Math 1,2,3, Vice President, Pep 1,2,3, Reflector Staff 1, Civil Defense 3, U. N. Mock Assembly 1,2,3, Chairman, Photographer 1, Foreign Study-Tour in France 3, Invitations and Announcements. JANICE SKILJO, Academic; Pom Pom Girls 2, Future Nurses 1,2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Tri Hi Y 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3,Spanish2,3, Band 1, A Cappella 1.2.3, Sr. Girls Trio 3, Jr. Girls Trio 2, Librarian 2, Sr. Girls Chorale 2, Soph. Girl's Trio 1, p. A. Announcer 3, Projectionist 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 3, Color Committee. JEFFREY SMEGAL, General; Intramurals 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. DARRELL J. SMITH, Business; J. V. Basketball 1, Track 1,2, Intramurals 1,2,3, Business 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. MARK B. SMITH, Academic;Intramurals2,3, Conservation 2,3, French 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. THOMAS J. SOLYAN, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 1,2, Bowling 1,2,3, Conservation 3, Concert Choir 1, A Cappella 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID ALAN SO MICH, Industrial Arts; Conservation 1, 2,3, Pep 1, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DAVID WILLIAM SOVESKY, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 3, Conservation 1,2,3, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 1, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 44MICHAEL ANTHONY SPANOS, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 1,3, Gym Exhibition, Conservation 1,2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Steering Committee 3, Prom C o m m i tt ee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Home Room Representative 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. THEODORE J. STEF AN AK JR., Industrial Arts; Conservation 2, Hi Y 1, Treasurer, President 3, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. WANDA DARLENE STINEDURF, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 2, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JOHN STIGLIANO, Academic; Intramurals 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Latin 3, Field Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. GEORGE M. SUDZINA, Academic; Intramurals 2,3, Conservation 1, French 2,3, Hi Y 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2,3, President, Math 1,2,3, President, Pep 1,2,3, Steering Committee 3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Home Room Representative 2, Sr. Breakfast. NANCY SULLIVAN, Business; Business 3, French 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Class Day 3. DIANE LYNN SVEDA, Business;Business 3, FutureNurses 2, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Spanish 2, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Hospital Aid 2, Sr. Breakfast Committee 3. THERESA ILONA TATUSKO, General; French 2, Honor Society 1,2,3, Math 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3, A Cappella l, 2,3, Junior Aide 2, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, U. N. Mock Assembly 1,3. 45RONALD TAYLOR, General; Intramurals 2,3, Golf 3, Bowling 3, Conservation 3, Projectionist 3, Prom Committee 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. BRIDGET M. TEUBER, Business; Business 3, Honor Society 2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2, Secretary to Mr. Duich, Mr. McCluskey, Office Assistant 1,3, Junior Aide 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Sr. Breakfast Committee 2. CATHERINE THOMAS, General;FutureNurses2,3, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 2, Pep 1,2,3, Office Assistant 3, Concert Choir 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Projectionist 3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1, ClassDay 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DEAN J. TIMKO, Industrial Arts; Conservation 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DENNIS R. TIMKO, Business; Business 3, Conservation 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Conservation Club Historian 2, Sr. Breakfast 3. JOYCE TIMKO, Business; Business 3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Pep 1,2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DANNY TOTIN, Academic; Intramurals 3, Football Spotter 3, French 2, Hi Y 3, Pep 2,3, Prom Committee 2, Motto Committee 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Mr. Duich's poster committee, Sr. Breakfast 3. KATHLEEN TUCK, General; Future nurses 1,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2, Pep 1,2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 46WALTER F. TURUCK, Industrial Arts; Conservation 1,3, Civil Defense 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. FORREST E. UNDERWOOD, Industrial Arts; Class Day 3, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. JEAN MARIE VERNILLE, Academic; Cheerleaders 1,2, Bowling 1, Future Teachers 1,2,3, Latin 1,2,3, Math 1,2, Tri Hi Y 2,3, Pep 1,2,3, A Cappella 1,2,3, Treasurer, P. A. Announcer 3, Steering Committee 1,3 Projectionist 2.3, Civil Defense 3, Nightrider 1,2, Christmas Pageant 1.2.3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Flower Committee 3, Sophomore Aide 1. JOHN VUKOVICH, Industrial Arts; Track 1, Golf 1, Conservation 3, Key 3, Math 1, Prom Committee 2, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROBERT SAM WADROSE, Industrial Arts; J. V. Basketball 2, J. V. Football 2, Intramurals 2,3, Conservation 1,2,3, Key 2, Math 2,3, Thespian 2, Pep Club 1,2,3, Projectionist 2, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. RALPH WALLER, Business; Varsity Football 2, Intramurals 1, Hi Y, Math, Prom Committee 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. VICKY NORFELIN WEBB, General; Intramurals2,3,Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Civil Defense 3. MARY CATHERINE WEIDNER, General; Future Nurses 3, Junior Achievement 1,2, Pep 1,2, Junior Aide, Library Staff, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. 47JOHN W. WEST, Industrial Arts; J. V. Football 2, Class Day 3, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. DENNIS PAUL WHITE, Academic; Intramurals 1,2,3, Conservation 1,2,3, French 1,2,3, Hi-Y 1,2,3, Honor Society 1,2, Junior Achievement 1, Math 1,2,3, Pep 1,2,3, A Capella 2,3, Band and Chorus Manager 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 1,2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KENNY WHITE, General; Varsity Football 1,2,3, Varsity Basketball 2, J.V. Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 2,3, Key 1,2,3, Pep 2,3, Projectionist 1,2, 3, Prom Committee 2, Home Room Representative 2, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ROSE WILSON, Business, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3, Field Day 2, Class Day 3, Civil Defense 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. KAREN WRIGHT, Business, Majorette 1,2,3 Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 2,3, Invitation and Announcement Committee 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. ELIZABETH M. YANKEVICH, Business, Business 3, Junior Achievement 1,2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Pep 1,2, Office Assistant 3, Office Attendant 3, Library Staff 2,3, Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 3, Civil Defense 3, Scoop Staff 3, Field Day 3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. TONI YURCICH, General; Future Nurses 1, Pep 1, Concert Choir 1,2, ACappella 1, Prom Committee 2,3, Reflector Staff 2,3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Home Room Representative 1,2, Sr. Breakfast 3. ANN-MARIE YURGEC, Academic; Future Nurses 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Pep 1,2, Spanish 2,3, Office Assistant 2, Concert Choir 1,2, Reflector Staff 2,3, Business Manager 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3.MICHAEL A. ZIPAY, Academic; Conservation 1,2,3, French 1,2,3, Hi-Y 3, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3. FRANK MYRON ZURAWSKY, Industrial Arts; Intramurals 1,2,3, Bowling 1, Conservation 3, Junior Achievement 1, Pep 2, Band 1,2,3, Band President 3, Projectionist 1, Civil Defense 3, Field Day 2,3, Class Day 3, Sr. Breakfast 3, Flower Committee 3. f r-A—- 1 1 — 1 T I i 1 I Tik? Z 1 CJ 1 J ==J=s L--J J a. - o Hail to the Blue and Gold, hail ever hail! J n ij j Thy sons with 1 1 voices 1 bold 1 thee ever hail. T P 44= =4= —rJ- —P —v —1—1 J Our hearts will always be loyal and true. M - - m. • « . J J — r r d d =t= = 4- - —1 Hail ever hail to thee, our Gold and Blue. 49Settivi 'DteM-Tifr Vcuf at 0?aviell 'ityiy t. Advanced Math Here we go again!End of another day! TESTING Entering her favorite class! Norene ForestCAFETERIA STAFF, Sitting, Mrs. Doris Klaric. Standing 1 to r, Mrs. Rose Rococi, Mrs. Theresa Blazius, Mrs. Sue Bacon. MR. MOROCCO'S AND MR. CHIODO'S ASSISTANTS, 1 to r, Kathy Prelerson and Carol Squatrito. MR. AL KNOTT, Head of Maintenance. SCHOOL PAINTERS, 1 to r, Mr. Gerald Pendel. Flynn and Mr. Paul MR. MICHAEL CANNONE, HEAD CUSTODIAN AND HIS STAFF, Standing 1 to r, Mr. Joseph "Peppy" Costa, Mr. Michael Cannone, Mr. Stanley Chestnut. Kneeling 1 to r, Mr. James Petrillo, Mr. Anthony DeCello.P. A. ANNOUNCERS, Row 1, 1. to r., Linda Anric, Carol Capson, Janice Skiljo, Dianne DeMasey, Melanie Grande, Elizabeth Puhl, Janet Prezioso. Row 2; Advisor, Mr. Joseph Scarvell, Paula Lucas, Mary Ann Russo, Karen Marks, Anna Richards, Jean Vernille, Kathy Petrillo. Row 3; Jennifer Gotal, Nancy Antonlno, Mark Schreiber, Lawrence Brown, Melanie Milankovich, Ruth Guba, Louise Severdia. Row 4; Charlene May, Jonna Conticelli, Joseph Butoryak, Randolph Hammond, Donald Kurpe, Dominic Dionisio. Row 5; Lance Blazius, Rudolph Schuller. ATTENDANCE STAFF, SEATED, Georgia Jones, STANDING, 1. to r., Stephanie Pavlik, Pat Shannonhouse. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS, Row 1; 1. to r., Patricia Pearson, Sylvia Kiser, Beth Nelson, Sandra Cromartie, Pearl Ford, Willette Pearson, Sue Mason. Row 2; Librarian Mrs. Brice, Debra Callahan, Marcie James, Patricia Sarchet, Debra Reed. Carolyn Yurcich, Donzella Rucker. Row 3; Shirley Johnson, Catherine Jones, Dianne Campbell, Peggy Johnson, Patricia Haniak, Belinda Crim, Evelyn Black. Row 4; Rhoda Schwartz, Karen Crosby, Elizabeth Yankevich, Mary Weidner, Mary Robinson, Sojna Ison, Debra Grear. 53C.A.P.-Robert Multari, L. to R„ Sally Hudspeth, Linda Sherrier, Shelly Rosenberg. Mr. Duich's Staff, L. to R. Bridget Teuber, Maria Beinhardt. Sound Crew, L. to R., Thomas Doyle, Sam Geisel. Office Assistants, 1st Row L. to R., Janice Multari, Kathy Ivan, Marilyn Leavens, Carla Chisholm, Janet Prezioso. 2nd Row L. to R., Debbie May, Debbie Tomich, Luanne Jackson, Joy Churko, Linda Sherrier, Missing from picture, Betty Bridges. 54Junior Class Officers: Seated, Secretary Lorena Namey, Standing left to right President Denny Rubano, Vice-President Andy Klutcher. tyutUofMJunior Home Room Representatives-First row, left to right-Mary Linda Perry, Jayne Henning, Sandra Sheraff, Myron Chec, Delores Dillon, Ernistine Kitt, Second row, Kathy Taylor, Frank Fimognari, AndrewKlutcher, John Pastore, Edward West, Third row, George Shabla, Ronald Burns, Marcia Boatner, Jacqueline Jenkins.Home Room 4-First row, left to right-Patricia Bryant, Jerome Baker, Sandra Andree, Janet Bordy, Rosemary Bohach, Diana Chiccarino, Andrew Clarke, Rosemary Capson, Second row, Debra Cione, Ray Brodie, Barry Cantema, Allen Altham, Myron Chec, John Benigas, Donald Sams, Third row, Jeanette Bennette, Lawrence Brooks, Donna Campbell, Marlene Casacia, Kathleen Askerneese, Mattie Burns, Joyce Bridges, Marcia Boatner, Fourth row, James Bowser, Kenneth Adams, John Brestelli, Sam Backo, Bob Callahan, Gary Austin. Home Room 9-First row, left to right-Patricia Lynn Guerino, Deborah Ann Giroski, Ruth Ann Gotal, Delores Ann Dillon, Helen Easley, Nada Dzepina, Second row, Theresa Grace, Paul Gyrucsansky, Marcia Frantz, Shirlene Gardner, Jesse Freeman, Third row, Rex Graham, Deborah Foxworth, James Gregory, Jonathan Crawford, Deborah Grear, Teressa Haas, Fourth row, Mildred Curry, Lawrence Frank, David Crompton, David DeMasy, Annie Green, Fifth row, La.vrence Gillespie, William Johnson, Frank Fimognari. 57Home Room 10-First row, left to right-Joseph Lane, Willie Green, Michael Kostik, Gerald Hazlett, Lester McDonald, Alice Patterson, Ernestine Kitt, Second row, Callie McNeal, Larry Lee, Clero Johnson, Dennis Lauderman, Lawrence Kuharik, Edward May, Third row, Mark Hoza, Andrew Klutcher, Robert Korpa, David Hruska, George Halt, Conrad Joseph, John Kaiser, Fourth row,Chesley Jones, Dennis Jaggers, William Crosby, Richard Harden, AubemHarvey,Honorald Houston, Larry Henderson. Home Room 123-First row, left to right-Jayne Henning, Denise Balach, Ruth Anne Kimmel, Bonnie Hlinsky, Gail Mitchell, Second row, Mildred Morocco, Betty Bridges, Darlene M ilankovich, Carol Chess, Terence Borawski, Barbara Solyan, Third row, Patrice J ack son , Deborah Tomich, Kathleen K rokosk i, Linus Stiftinger, Manfred Kodila, Fourth row, Michael Hornyak, Michael Schinabeck, James Baker, Ronald Burns, Susan Smegal, Wronie Whitman, Gary Vermiere. 58Home Room 130-First row, left to right-Mary Jones, Denise Lauderman, Elnora Kitt, Judy Kenny, Karen Kromka, Kathleen Ivan, Second row, Patricia Hogue, Beverly Henderson, Ramona Jovenall, Linda Krajcovic, Carol Krlin, Benita Marshall, Patricia Harris, Third row, Deborah May, Geraldine Joseph, Marcie James, Jacqueline Jenkins, Peggy Johnson, Debra Lichvar, Mary Ann James. Home Room 217-First row, left to right-Cheryl Pilipovich, Kathy Reed, Beth Nelson, Mildred Morris, Mary Parcetich, Mary Linda Perry, LorenaNamey, Second row, Janet Phillips, Joseph McNeal, Thomas Quinn, John Moldovan, Ella Mae Price, Janice Multari, Third row,Deborah Pickens, Charles Rauber,DonaldJaggers, Carol Miskolitz, David Johnson, Joseph Monaco, Mario Passaro, Fourth row Thomas Powers, Frank Jones, William Napierkoski, Dale Purich, David Powell. 59Home Room 224-First row, left to right-Milton Wilson, Dennis Staul, Pat Sarchet, Donzella Rucker, Carol Stefanak, Shirley McNeal, Rosa Willis, Second row-Robert Stewart, Carol Squatrito, Sandra She raff, George Shabla, Charlene Skrypski, Daniel Smith, Third row-Cynthia Spruk, Richard Roskos, Lawrence Safranio, Glenn Powell, Dennis Rubano, Lorraine Smoot, Doreen Secich, Fourth row-John Schuster, Delores Short, Donald Taylor, Eric Somerset, Gary Stinson. i Home Room 225-First row, left to right-Carol Turner, Shirley Wherry, Shirley Johnson, Christine Teutsch, Genevieve Wilson, Willette Williams, Stanley Smith, Second row-Jeanette Robinson, Gale Turosky, David Stratter, Edward West, Carolyn Yurcich, Kathy Taylor, Third row-David Zalac, Albert Wolgast, Charles Willis, David Zurawsky, William Sanders, Timothy Novak, Richard Supel, • Fourth row-Nicholas Vecheren, Ernest Somerset, Arnold Zam, Anita Teuber. 60Monica Who’s this? Bill- Coot- Carol- Carol Andy Figgy The Reflector Staff would like to extend its sincere gratitude to Mr. Spano for all the time he spent taking pictures for the Reflector. Dave Den Tommy Jo Rhoda Gym Class???0 A Sleeping???? Another assembly program!62Sophomore Class Officers: Seated, Secretary Jane Leonetti, Standing left to right, President Nick Cannone, Vice-President Randy Crowder. 63Sophomore Home Room Representatives, first row, left to right-jane L eone tti, Esther Drobney, Chonita Spanja, Linda Russo, Donald Pisegna, Monica James, Second row, Terry Graham, Louis Piciacchio, George Backo, Evelyn Black, Colleen Passaro, Third row, Thomas Telega, Randy C rowder, W illiam McCurdie. Home Room 202-First row, left to right-Vincent Chavers, Patricia Pearson, Sandra Cromartie, Kathleen Colundjia, Debra Bohach, Jeffrey Brockman, Debra Callahan, Jeanne Anric, Daniel Buzzeo, Second row, Elsie Bowser, Clara Burns, Alberta Chambers, Andrew Androsko, Diane Campbell, Evelyn Black, Belinda Crim, Bonnie Cameron, Third row, Scott Cole, Peter Pananos, George Backo, Richard Clarke, Harry Capitol, Stephanie Brandt, Charles M c M ic hael, Eugene Austin, Janet Bastide, Fourth row, Robert Alcaro, Wallace Amos, Daniel Chintella, Ralph Fischer, Nick Cannone, Joseph Banjak, Alva Cheeks. 64Home Room 204-First row, left to right-Monica James, Doris Williams, Mary J. Ford, Maria Tamber, Thomas Gunter, Clarke Howell, LaVem Johnson, Gary Kacerski, Second row, Kathy Gregory, Mary Jackson, Hazel Green, Barbara Hudspeth, Terry Graham, Theodore Grzejka, Christopher Brown, Third row, Mary Frances Merritt, Sonjalson, Mary Robinson, Pauline Hricik, Jinece Hoch, Sharon Chisholm, Sandra Hancock,Denise Jordon, Fourth row, Faye Hyatt, Lance Harrison, David Hopsin, Eric Jennings, Eugene Guerino, Tod Henderson, Margaret Ellebie. Home Room 203-First row, left to right-Darlene Fleming, Mary Friday, Bridget Ellise, Debbie Gallardo, Gordie P. Galicia, Debra Bordell, Second row, Patricia Burns, Anna C. Fazekas, Barbra Dorogy, Esther S. Drobny, Darla Dudash, Third row, Joseph Deflin, William Culver, Deborah Dirgo, Karen Crosby, Jasmine Ford, Barbara Gagish, Fourth row, Charles Chisholm, James Dunn, Paul Esmond, Terry Fedorchak, Edward Fill, Debby Gillchrist, Anthony Fielding. 65Home Room 206-First row, left to right-Beverly Madasz, Janet Laslow, Cathy Brown, Patti Laverty, Darlene Mosley, Mark Monteson, Kathie Mikilen, Jose Mundy, Second row, Yvonne Malloy, Paul O'Kin, Debra McDonald, Evorah Kiser, David Lombardo, James Locke, Dora Nicholas, Third row, Jennie Mstowski, Mark Knezevich, Colleen Passaro, Richard Lockovich, Flora McSwain, Veleter Mazyck, Robert Holmes, Eugene McKenna, Fourth row, Diana Lattyak, Betty Massena, Melvin McCulley, Willie McCurdy, Jack Monaco, Jonathan Palisin, Nathaniel Lyles, Fifth row, Dennis Williams, Jerome Nixon, Sam Monaco. • Home Room 213-First row, left to right-Thomas Smegal, Colleen Sanitate, Willette Pearson, Selma Sanders, Rebecca Skiljo, Linda Russo, Linda Pollock, Michael Prelerson, Second row, Paul Samuels, Cecile Robinson, Janet Sapala, Randolph Wright, Juanita Wilson, James Raykie, John Sinopoli, Third row, Rena Sambery, Katherine Thomas, MichaelSkarica,Mark Zolton, Donna Ross, Louis Piciacchio, Sandra Sewell, Deborah Reed, Fourth row, Daniel Rucher, Gary Satmare, Joseph Sabol, John Matsis, Larry Serb, George Richards, Michael Uiselt, Raymond Price. 66Home Room 215-First row, left to right-Carolyn Sveda, Patricia McGrath, Cynthia Chuderwitz, Jane Leonetti, Donna Varicchio, Patti Hazlett, Carla Chisholm, Almiriam Ford, Second row, Patricia Sabolsky, Melanie Deter, Joy Churko, Lee Ann Christman, Edmund Sonoga, Patricia Norman, Donald Pisegna, Third row, Nancy Altman, Joseph Santell, Richard Skody, Gregory Kurdupski, John Bemat, Richard Moldovan, Jay Whitman, Linda Morrison, Fourth row, Robert Devine, Richard Drapp, Alvin Davis, David Ciccarone, Chuck Fulton, Daniel Williams, John Childs, Fifth row, Cyr Linonis, Richard Fritchman. Home Room 223-First row, left to right-Richard Willis, Shirley Thomas, Kathy Stewart, Mary Robinson, Darlene Williams, Douglas Valimont, Sidney Zam, Joseph Raykie, Phillip Keryan, Second row, Joseph Steindurf, Gerald Sovesky, Deborah Ward, Paul Kardos, Rudolph Wright, Sherry Uiselt, Clyde Steverson, Kenneth Smith, Third row, Stephanie Walzer, Rosanne Tamber, Cynthia Webb, Kathy Louise Tucci, RichardZager, Susan Teutsch, David Turk, Chonita Spanja, Barbara Splitstone, Fourth row, Sylvia Teuber, Thomas Telega, Walter Ulasz, Joseph Zappa, William Wilson, Jerome Y ankevich, Cynthia Sudzina. 67 l cde tti ie Soveet eant Sail Sounds of Soul Sophomore Queen Donna The Queens and their escorts. A Valentine for Junior Queen Pat. Dance to the music. € 68 Senior Queen Anita with escort. Where are the girls?Scutie zudU t 'Dcutce Time Out. Dogpatch, U.S.A., population-9 1 2. Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae. On your mark, get set, go... Competition in Dogpatch. Kickapoo Joy Juice.Majorettes left to right: Linda Brown, Joy Churko, Jayne Henning, Denise Balach, Diane DeMasy, Carla Chisholm, Bonnie Hlinsky, Patty Sabulsky, Karen Wright. Senior majorettes left to right: Linda Brown, Diane DeMasy, Karen Wright. Pom Pom girls left to right: How 1. Rosa Willis, Lolly Jackson. Noreen Short. How 2. Linda Fusco, Roberta Hogue. Willet Williams. Theresa Grace, Cindy Jones. Rosemary Capson. Row 3. Cathy Taylor, Christine Teutsch, Chessy Ford. Rosemary Bohach, Sherry McNeal. 710?wielt (fyeeilecLctesM Varsity Cheerleaders, Kneeling, Row 1; Kathy Reed. Standing, Row 2; Anna Richards, Marilyn Leavens, Debbie Lickvar. On shoulders. Row 3; Marcie James, Benita Marshall. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, Row 1; 1. to r., Monica James, Kathy Stewart Linda Pollock. Row 2; 1. to r„ Becky Skiljo, Debbie Bohach, Joanne Ford. Row 3-Chonie Spanja. 72 Coot Chapman Sam Hozey Bill Lee James Jones Kenny White The nucleus of this year's fine team was a seasoned corps of Seniors. Hard work and intensive training had turned them into one of the best teams in western Pennsylvania. Their performance both on and off the field made them valuable members of the student body. Their outstanding teamwork and sportsmanship will always be remembered with pride. 75Row 1. (1-r) Ealy Cottle, Gary Austin, Bob Callahan, James Kelly, Dominic Dionisto, PhilipDisco, SamHosey. Row 2. Robert Multari, David Hruska, Ernie Somerset, George Crosby, Arnold Zam, Richard Harden, Randy Crowder. Row 3. Jimmy Dunn, John Benigas, Myron The season's opening saw Farrell Nightriders primed for another year of fine football. Under the able coaching staff, headed by Mr. William Gargano, the team compiled a record of 4-6-0. The season's opener to Hubbard with Farrell was a bitter contest. The Nightriders, who had given Hubbard its only defeat last season, were determined to win, but Hubbard's vicious ground attack finally overpowered us for a 26-20 defeat. Undaunted by the previous game's defeat, the Nightriders traveled to Aliquippa with a determination to win. Despite all that the Indians could throw against us, our team held firm and won a 12-7 victory making this game our first win of the season. Spirits high and determination renewed, Chec, Denny Stall, Willie Green, Jonathan Crawford, Louie Piciacchio. Row 4. Keith Konnen, Rob Holmes, Kenny Smith, Charles McMichael, William Barlow, James Gregory. 7Re ut Ke the Nightriders, along with busloads of cheering students, traveled to Butler to meet the powerful Tornados. Even though the Tornados checked our advances, the Nightriders were not able to stiffen the line and lost 19-0 giving us our second defeat. Our fourth game was with the Greenville Trojans at Greenville. The two teams battled it out on the field for a scoreless first half. It was only by an interception of a pass and an error that Greenville was able to tip the scales in the last half of the game and edge Farrell out 9-0. Our next game against Hickory was a real thriller. Despite a two game losing streak, the Farrell High Nightriders reared 76Row 1. (1-r) Randy Hammond, Billy Lee, James Jones, Kenny White, William Freeman, William Chapman, Eddie West. Row 2. Paul Samuels, Randy Wright,NickCannone, Alva Cheeks, Richard Cole, Chris Brown, Keith Austin, Allen Altham. Row 3. Matt Hozey, David Ward, George in and routed Hickory to a score of 41-12. The next game was against the undefeated New Castle Hurricanes. The Hurricanes opened the game with a tremendous display of offensive skill and power. New Castle, capitalizing on interceptions, was able to take a commanding ball in the first quarter. Despite the stiffening of the Farrell line, New Castle beat us 32-13. We met Beaver Falls at Farrell for our next game. Taking advantage of two fumbles and a pair of pass interceptions gave them an impressive lead. Holding and expanding this lead led. to a defeat for the Nightriders 32-13. Our undespairing team than traveled to Meadville to battle the Meadville Richards, John Matsis, Pete Pinanis, George Crosby, David Lombardo. Row 4. Gerald Cottle, John Ellebie, William McDonald, Eric Somerset, John Banjac, Paul Esmond, Tom Powers, Sam Backo. Bulldogs. Expanding like an explosion, the Nightriders utterly overwhelmed all Meadville defenses and whipped them 34-0 for our third victory. Riding on a victory, Farrell traveled to Ambridge. Making short order of Ambridge with both a strong defense and offense, Farrell downed Ambridge 26-6. Our last game, the rivalry between Farrell and Sharon, was truly between two powerful teams. The half-time score showed Farrell ahead 6-0. The last quarter ended with Sharon smashing its second touchdown and edging Farrell out 13-6. The Sharon-Farrell game saw the end of another season of Farrell Nightrider football. To next year's team we wish all the success for a great season. 77"Missed." "Onward." 'Gone" "24,86,35, hike!" "On for the touchdown." "Let’s Go."Bottom row, left to right: Dominic Dionisio, David Lombardo, Joseph Raykie, Philip Keryan, Clark Howe, Richard Drapp, Top row, left to right: Mr. Salem, Andy Klutcher, David Hruska, Jack Monaco, Ronald Taylor, Ralph Gutowski, Steve Butala, Rich Szabo. 1967 Record Se U n Sadders Farrell-7 1 2 West Middlesex 3 Farrell-2 Sharon 14 Farrell-2 Shenango 14 Farrell-3 Ellwood City 13 Farrell-1 Neshannork 15 Farrell-1 New Castle 15 Farrell-11 West Middlesex 0 79 V znAittf 7 1446 ‘Rec id Farrell 46 Beaver Falls 95 Farrell 83 Meadville 67 Farrell 51 Youngstown Rayen 76 Farrell 57 New Castle 88 Farrell 99 Greenville 51 Butler Invitational 6th place. Farrell 69 Cardinal Mooney 58 W. P. I. A. L. Relays 8th place. Midwestern Conference Meet 3rd place. Farrell 107 Reynolds 43 W. P. I. A. L. Qualifying Meet 3rd place. Farrell Invitational 1st place. W. P. I. A. L. Finals 3rd place. Farrell 83 Sharon 67 Record in dual meets, 6 wins—3 losses. Coaches, left to right, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Scarvel. Left to right; Craig, McKinnis, Hosey, Capitol, 880 Relay Team 3rd place W. P. I. A. L. finals. Left to right: Capitol McKinnis, Record Breakers, These two boys represented Farrell High in the 1967 State Final Track Meet at Penn. State University. Adrian Capitol, (left) won first place honors in the 220 yd. dash with a record time of 20.8 seconds. Hugh McKinnis, finished 3rd in the 120 yd. high hurdles with a brilliant time of 14.7 seconds.Row 1; 1 to r, D. Mastrian, M. Chintella, E. West, C. Craig, A. Capitol, H. McKinnis, S. Hosey, T. Williams, B. Jordan, J. Campbell. Row 2; 1 to r, J. Bowser, L. Henderson, G. Halt, J. Teague, C. Johnson, G. Cottle, W. Freeman, W. Greene, J. McNeil, W. Chapman. Row 3; 1 to r, R. Clark, D. Bugher, K. White, H. Capitol, R. Harden, E. Cottle, D. Ward, R. Timmons, H. Clarke. Row 4; 1 to r, R. Wright, E. Sonaga, W. Johnson, P. Disko, E. Somerset, B. Callahan, R. Crowder, G. Richards, R. Wright. Farrell's 1967 Track Team was led by two outstanding athletes, Adrian Capitol and Hugh McKinnis. Capitol was the only athlete in Farrell History to win two State P.I.A.A. Championships. He won the 100 yard dash in 1966, and came back to win the 220 in 1967. McKinnis finished his career as the greatest hurdler in Farrell High School History. In 1967 W.P.I.A.L. finals McKinnis won both the high and low hurdle events. This performance earned him a tie for most points scored and the most outstanding performance award. He ended his career by finishing 3rd in the 120 yard high hurdles in the State P.I.A.A. Meet. 81Row 1- VARSITY SQUAD-Rob Multari, Dick Campman, Barry Canterna, Gary Stinson, Bill Chapman, David Stratter. Row 2-Bill Lee, Randy Crowder, Ernie Somerset, Nick Kucik, Dave Johnson, Bob Fimognari.83 Row 1-JR. VARSITY SQUAD-Richard Lockovich, Nelson Townsend, Mark Knezevich, Gary Kacerski, Robert Stewart, Mike Skarica. Row 2-Jerome Nixon, Nick Cannone, Tod Henderson, Bob Alcaro, George Richards, Jack Monaca.8485SaA et all 67-6$ The Steelers opened their 1967-1968 basketball season on a high note at Altoona, showing promise of things to come in a 69-48 trouncing of the Mountain Lions. The Steelers performed brilliantly under the direction of Assistant Coach Sam Jankovich, who substituted for Coach McCluskey through most of the pre-section games. Bill Chapman led the Steelers with 19 points. The Steelers carried over their fine play to their first home game as they defeated a strong Pittsburgh Allegheny team 67-49. The Steelers led all the way showing a strong defense. Dave Johnson captured scoring honors for F'arrell with 20 points. In a tough battle that was marred by fouls, the Steelers put on a late surge to defeat the Canton McKinley Bulldogs 50-37. The game was tight from the start, with the score being tied 6 times in the first three quarters. Johnson again led the Steelers with 20. The Steelers next test was Massilon. The Steeler played brilliantly although they did go down to their first defeat of this young season. The Steelers then returned home for the Lions Tournament. Farrell took their first game from McKeesport but in the finals met with a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of Pittsburgh Schenley 69-67. To open Section 3 play, the Steelers traveled to New Castle to face one of the cofavorites for the Section crown. The Steelers proved equal to the test as they defeated the Red Hurricane 67-56. Dave Johnson poured 27 points through the nets to lead all scorers. The Steelers having proved themselves at New Castle, now faced Ambridge and high scoring Denny Wuycik. But the all staters per game average of 34 points was not to hold up that night, as the Steeler’s airtight defense held him to 17 points. The game was one of the tightest ever, with Dave Johnson’s bucket with 8 seconds remaining pulling it out for Farrell, 39-38. Johnson again led the Steelers scoring with 16 points. The Steelers now traveled to Elwood City to meet the 0-2 Wolverines. Farrell’s unblemished section mark was not to be violated as Elwood City fell 66-49. Coach Ed McCluskey piloted the Steelers to the 500th game of his brilliant career. Dave Johnson, the Steelers scoring ace, canned 21 points to lead the victory. The men from Farrell continued their undefeated pace in Section 3 by downing the Butler Golden Tornado 67-41. The game was no contest as the Steelers defense held the Tornado to a total of 12 points for the 2nd and 3rd quarters. Barry Canterna had the hot hand this time as he netted 16 points to lead the Steelers. The stage was now set for the showdown contest between the undefeated frontrunners, Farrell and Aliquippa. The Steelers led most of the way, but trailing 39-34 in the fourth quarter, the Quips called on the services of super-sub Jim Bowie. Bowie rallied the Quips to a come-from-behind victory, 50-45. to take sole possession of first place. Three of the Steelers hit double figures with Johnson leading the way with 13 and Lee and Canterna adding 12 apiece. The Steelers, having lost first place, now faced the Tigers of Beaver Falls. The contest was very tight through the first 3 quarters, with the Fallsmen actually leading at halftime. But the Steelers rallied and closed out the contest on the Tigers with 21 points in the final period for a 63-46 decision. Bill Lee led the Steelers to Coach McCluskey’s 400th victory with 16 points. Farrell now traveled to Sharon for the traditional first half closing game with the Tigers. The Steelers continued in second place as they defeated the disappointing Tigers 65-58. Dave Johnson led all scorers in the contest with 25 points. In a non-section mid season bread contest, the Steelers traveled to Uniontown and defeated the Red Raiders 74-64. The game was tight, but the Steelers proved their superiority as they continued to pull away after trailing by a point at the end of the first period. Johnson captured scoring honors again, counting 20 for the Steelers. The Steelers hosted the New Castle Red Hurricanes to open second half play. The game was much like their first meeting with Farrell leading most of the way in a decisive 71-57 victory. The win kept the Steelers in second palce in the torrid section race. Nick Kucik led all scorers with 28 points. The Ambridge contest, at Ambridge proved to be as thrilling as their first meeting on the Steelers’ court. There was one slight difference, however, as the Steelers fell before the Bridgers 64-63. The lose dropped the Steelers 2 games behind the Aliquippa Indians in the section standings. Johnson and Kucik had 25 and 19 points respectively. The Steelers chances become dimmer as the Quips continued undefeated although Farrell did defeat Butler 53-37 to remain 2 games back. Sophomore Randy Crowder led the parade of Steelers scorers with 14 points. In the big Section 3 game of the year, the Steelers met the circuit-leading Quips on the Farrell floor. Dave Johnson led a balanced attack which saw the Steelers jump off to a 6-0 lead early in the game and wind up with a 62-46 victory bringing them within one game of Aliquippa with two games remaining. Johnson had 24 points, Chapman 13, Kucik 10, Crowder 8, and Lee 7. In their final appearance on an enemy court this year, the Steelers led by Dave Johnson's 20 points, remained one game behind the pacesetting Aliquippa Indians with but one game remaining. In an afternoon contest, Ambridge defeated Aliquippa giving the Steelers hope for a section title. On the Farrell court the Steelers had to face the traditional rival Sharon. Under tremendous pressure the Steelers performed brilliantly in defeating Sharon 76-54, thus creating a tie for Section 3 honors and necessitating a playoff at Pittsburgh. All five starters for Farrell hit double figures, Johnson and Kucik getting 16 apiece, Crowder 14, Chapman 12, and Lee 10. Graduating Steelers include Bill Lee, Nick Kucik, Bill Chapman, and Dick Campman. The regular season schedule was completed, with the Steelers tieing the Aliquippa Indians for the Section title. Due to the fact that the yearbook has to be sent in for printing before the playoffs so that the seniors would get their yearbook before graduation, we could not cover the remaining contests. We wish the Steelers luck in the playoffs and are behind them 100 per cent. From left to right Asst. Coach Mr. Jankovich, Coach Mr. McCluskey 86Second Farrell 69 Altoona 48 F arrell 67 Pittsburgh Allegheny 49 Farrell 50 Canton McKinley 37 Farrell 59 New Brighton 56 Farrell 67 New Castle 56 Bill Lee Dick Campman Senior Senior Farrell 39 Ambridge 38 Farrell 62 Aliquippa F arrell 69 Elwood City 49 F arrell 59 Beaver Falls Farrell 67 Butler 41 Farrell 76 Sharon Farrell 45 Aliquippa 50 Lions Tournament Farrell 63 Beaver Falls 46 F arrell 51 McKeesport F arrell 53 Butler 37 Farrell 67 Pittsburgh Sehenley 46 51 54 44 69 Farrell 69 Sharon 58 Farrell 74 Uniontown 64 Farrell 71 New Castle 57 F arrell 63 Ambridge 64 Farrell 59 Elwood City 45 87 Bill "Coot" Chapman Senior Nick Kucik SeniorArt Plane Geometry English Typing Health Home EconomicsWorld Cultures Band Chemistry Physical Education Drivers Education 89'pasixelt 0r¥iyh School @honuA First row, left to right-Monica James, Janet Falconi, Mary Linda Perry, Mary Ann Parcetich," Ruth Gotal, Cindy Chederwitz, Pat Magrath, Anita Kluka, Danna Vericoo, Yvonne Malloi, Gail Micthell. Second row-Karen Marks, Don Pisegna, Ricky Cole, Scott Cole, Sidney Zam, Gary Vermiere, John Benigas, ChanitaSpanja, Jenny Gotal, Mildred Morocco. Third row-Rich Lockovich, Gale Porbaugh, Penny Richards, Carol Squatrito, Sandy Sherriff, Debbie Tomich, Jack Monaca, Ruth Guba, Teresa Tatusko Pat Norman, Debbie Reed. Fourth row-Dave Crompton, Robert Remp, Robert Pastore, William Flours, James Kelly, John Namey, John Matsis, Bob Jackson, Rhoada Swartz, Mike Smith, Jonathan Crawford, Rena Sanburg.First row, left to right-Jean Anric, Janice Skiljo, Melanie Grande, Jean Vernille, Louise Severdia, Mary Ann Russo, Cindy Spruk, Thomas Smegal, Jenny Mstowski, Linda Anric. Second row-Ester Drobny, Cathy Thomas, Clara Burns, Cathy Roach, Nancy Antinino, Rozann Tamber, Betty Bridges, Donzella Rucker, Debbie McDonald, Barb Solyan. Third row-Marcie James, Linda The first performance of the 1967-1968 school year was the annual Christmas concert. The choir also gave a special Hanukkah program at the synagogue in Farrell. On April 5, the chorus will present such songs as "Edelweiss" from "The Sound of Music” and several selections from the play "Fiddler on the Roof" in their spring concert. The chorus will also have a different look this spring since they are purchasing new dark blue choir robes. Those, who made it for Honors Chorus, are as follows: Linda Anric; Alto I, Marcie James; Alto II, Monica James; Alto II, Donald Pisegna; Tenor I, Torrance Baker; Tenor I, Scott Cole; Tenor II, Gary Vermiere; Bass I, and James Guffey; Bass II. The fact that we have so many representatives to District and Honors Chorus shows the musical talent in our Chorus. Morrisson, Janene Hoch, Kathy Mrozek, Patrice Jackson, Kathy Krakowski, Lorraine Smoot, Debbie Lichvar, Vetita Mazak, Karen Crosby, Fourth row-Robert Multari, Dominic Denesio, Bob Kosher, Dale Purich, Tom Doyle, Torrance Baker, Denny White, Conrad Joseph, Terry Browski, Ronnie Simonik. Chorus Officers-First row, left to right-Janet Falconi, Mary Linda Perry, Mr. Campagna, Chorus Director, Melanie Grande, Jenifer Gotal, Robert Multari, John Namey, Torrence Baker, Cathy Roach. 91‘panndi School Sand 1st row L to R-A. Ford, L. Anric, V. Ruffo, B. Solyan, G. Nawrocki, K. Marks, C. Branca, C. Sveda, G. Mitchell. 2nd row-M. Deter, J. Leonetti, L. Christman, N. Altman, M. Grzejka, V. Morrison, P. McGrath, P. Norman. 3rd row-R. Kimmel, D. Milankovich, K. Krokoski, D. Williams, S. Smegal, T. Borawski, C. Chess, R. Skody, G. Jones. 4th row-R. Moldovan, A. Davis, R. Drapp, M. McGrath, C. Linonis, F. Zurawsky, L. Stiftinger, R. Fritchman. Kneeling L to R-D. Varricchio, M. Schinabeck, D. Tomich, P. Hazlett, 2nd row-J. Devine, R. Gutowski, P. Schneider, R. Pastore, C. Fulton, M. Hornyak, M. Morocco, R. Remp, R. Devine. 921st row-Band Director, Mr. Colella, D. Pisegna, E.Sonoga, G. Vermiere, J. Santell, D. Leonetti, E. McCluskey, -Kuhn, B. Bridges. 2nd Row-C. Chuderwitz, M. Gracenin, J. Scanga, E. Walzak, M. Jackson, J. Gotal, P. Jackson, J. Whitman. 3rd Row-N. Antonino, J. Bernat,D. Ciccarone, T. Baker, R. Fimognari, W. Whitman, M. Kodilla, D. Johnson, J. Childes. 4th Row-M. Ellis, R. Jackson, R. Burns, G. Kurdupski. Band Officers, L to R-Diane DeMasy, J. Devine, F. Zurawski, D. Balach."Key @lct flunt i 4cAicveme it 94nke fcitui Society 95 SfKZKtiA @lcC 96Se U vi Wt- % 97Su4,i teAA 98I JlatU II Jt tu III IV 99100 Senior SafeAam ie @ Mtenv4t xM'pcitwie TtcflteA 'Jottwie 101NIGHT RIDERSTAFF, Row 1:1.tor.,Gail Mitchell, Lorena Namey, Melanie Grande, Jean Vemille, Kathy Colundjia, Patricia Hogue, Beth Nelson, Janet Prezioso. Row 2; 1. to r., Debbie Bohach, Linda Pollock, Linda Russo, Collen Pissaro, Betty Bridges, Nancy Antonino, Karen Marks. Row 3: 1. tor., Advisor,Mr.Scarvell,MelanieMilankovich, Mark Schreiber, Kathy Krokoski, Selma Sanders, Rebecca Skiljo, Melonie Deter, Cathy Mikulin. Row 4: 1. to r., Anna Richards, Pat Norman, Veleter Mazyck, Deborah Dirgo, Marlene Casacia, Delores Short, Terry Borawski. Row 5: 1. to r., Dave Lombardo, James Raykie, Jonna Conticelli, Ricky Szabo, Cyr Linonis, Kenny Konnen, Mark Hoza, Donzella Rucker. 102'putusie Pwcpuzm Future Nurses Program, this year being the third annual year, includes students from all of the Shenango Valley high schools and is under the direction of the volunteers at Sharon General Hospital. The girls who are in the Farrell High School Future Nurses Club are directed by Mrs. Margaret Carrozzi. They volunteer for a 25 hour training program at Sharon General Hospital and after completion of this course they sign up to work four hours a week in the hospital. They help out not only by feeding patients, making beds and passing out water pitchers, but they also do other things such as keeping records, running errands and generally making themselves useful. 1st row-Lt. to Rt. Monica James, Ernestine Kitt, Barb Gagdich, Elinora Kitt. Mary Triday, Mary Jackson. Kathy Tuck. 2nd row-Lt. to Rt. Dianne Campbell, Debbie Reed. Stephanie Hartley, Darlene Maseey, Emma Evans, Kathy Mikulen, Bridget Ellis. 3rd row-Lt. to Rt. Faye Hyatt, Veleter Mazyk, Margert Eleby, Jasmine Ford, Patty Norman, Barb Dorogy. 4th row-Lt. to Rt. Lorraine Smoot, Marsha Boatner. RhodaSchwartz, Debbie Giecrest, Stephanie Waltzer, Debbie McDonald, Debbie Dirgo. tutiUHM. "Dacf, 103StaCay 17 "Directed 6tf, ocepA Seamed "Staicif 17" ut 1st Row (1-r) Marko...................................... Sam Busko Ed Price .................... Joe Butoryak Stosh......................... Dominic Dionisio Reed ....................... Don Pisegna Horney.......................... Mark Clayton McCarthy .................... Dave Lombardo 2nd Row SS Guard .......................Conrad Joseph Sefton.....................................John Namey Corporal Shultz............................John Matsis 3rd Row Geneva Man and SS Guard . . Linus Stiftinger Harry Shipiro......................MarkShreiber Dunbar .......................... Mark Hoza Peterson.................................George Crosby Herb Gordon.................................Jim Raykie Hoffman......................John Scardina 4th Row Whither spoon................ Nathaniel Lyles Red-Dog..................... Louis Piciacchio Duke Martin................................Gene Guerino McKay .......................... John Ellebie Lighting Crew ....................... Don Kurpe ........................Sam Backo, Sam Geisel Sound man........................... Dave Lucas Prop girl .................... Kathy Krokoski 1CW Costumes.............. Jennifer Gotal, Sam Geisel Stage Manager.......................Karen Markst e Ptacf Kept there by the German government, the men of Stalag 17 bear the hardships of prison life. The entire action is the barracks of Stalag 17, somewhere in Germany during World War II. After two men escaped, or tried to escape, they were shot and thrown before the men. The prisoners, curious to know how the Gerries knew of the attempted escape, accused Sefton, who was often bitter and arguing, of being a spy. Then four new prisoners arrive and tell the men how they blew up a train which ended as Dunbar, a rich Bostonian, being taken in for questioning. When the Gerries brought Dunbar back to the barracks for his belongings, the men, after quick thinking, gave the guard prune juice with cascara pills in it and quickly hid Dunbar. As it turned out, Sefton was not the spy, but Price, who was the first to accuse Sefton of being one. While Dunbar and Sefton were making their escape, the men determined to keep the guards occupied, threw Price outside the barracks and he was shot. The men soon fell back into their regular routine of prison life in the barracks of "Stalag 17." 105106THwtt 'THayi' Pm 1967 A heavy veil of silence hung over the gym. The only movement was the noiseless revolving moon. At nine o'clock the veil was broken as the multi-colored lights sprang into life and transformed the gym into a star-studded wonderland of color and music. The silver astronaut spun silently over the floor and gazed out upon a scene of magic and enchantment. During the early hours of the night, we danced to the magic strains of the Joe Cann orchestra, while the hours before daybreak quickly flew by the rhythm of Van Lee's Crusers. The night's short hours passed by and before we realized it, the rays of the early morning sun broke the spell and ended our evening of enchantment. 107108'Jielct Day The road-runners! I wonder what’s in there? Push harder, girls! 109 The Winners Sack race!T CUf, Veterans' Award Art Award Mark! Seniors farewell songs The Last day Actress Award Congratulations, Joe 110 The Singers are awarded(fanmatcemetit “i oHor Students Mary Louise Hoza Christine Hoza Mary Ann Dormish Andrea Gail Yerskey Judith Ann Miller Kenneth Krukar Joseph Chavara Daniel Joseph Mastrian Christine Ann Testa Martha Jo-Ann Drobny Frances M. Napolitan Anna Dzepina Carolyn E. Ward Patricia Elaine Abrams Joyce O'Brien Betty Jean McCormick Maxine Ann White Mark B. Chintella Daniel John Antos Elsie A. M. Springman Patricia Ann Grande Thomas Nicholas Zipay Paul Thomas Brestelli DeWayne Lee McCulley James Andrew Stefanak Shirley Ann Koshan Melanie Jean Spanja Erna Marie Reichert Carol Ann Misko Darla Ann Bayer Rosann A. Marizio Robert Misko George M. Yurgec Karen Louise Ketnick Donna Jean Doyle William F. Picciotto Shirley Ann Messina Audree Louise Jackson Cicile E. Lauderman Lynette Catherine Chec Tahme Marie Gracenin Karen Gayle Klamer rfcuwicU Debbie Ujakovich Steve Franz Martha Drobny Rosann Mirizio Daniel Antos Joseph Chavara Christine Hoza Judith Miller Kenneth Krukar Mary Ann Dormish Daniel Mastrian Edward Reed Ruth Ann Jacoway James Gurrera Anthony Monteson Linda Yarzab Tahme Gracenin Virginia Heckathorne Erna Reichert Robert Misko Andrea Yerskey Karen Ketnick Shirley Koshan Pat Abrams Melanie Spanja Mary Hoza Anthony Varcholik Barbara Walters Mike Kaniewski Karen Klamer Bernard Kuharik Marilyn Hether in Sad but proud graduates. Our assembly programs this year were not only educational but also entertaining. The purpose of these programs was to upgrade cultural enrichment for the pupils. Our first program featured Mr. David F. Kuhns, who gave a fascinating demonstration with liquid air. Our next program starred Mr. Scott Morrison who played different selections on the piano and on the harpsichord. Following Mr. Morrison, Mr. Joe Gooter, a sports humorist, brought laughter and merriment to our students. Our next presentation brought the Reverend Edward Elliot in an inspirational talk. Our fifth program featured Mr. and Mrs. Rai and Lucille Bailie, who presented a play entitled "The Boor". At our sixth program, Bucky Reeve showed a film called "Jungle in Your Garden". Mr. George Riferman, a gymnast, was next on the agenda. After this, Rodger Steffens quoted from Shakespeare. At our ninth program, Mr. Donald Hulmes played different selections on the accordian. Following this, B.B. Goldner gave a lecture on creativity and thinking. At our eleventh and last program a group called the Melody Masters, sang several selections. We can honestly say that all of our programs this year were both interesting and entertaining. An inspirational talk, given by Reverend Edward Elliot. Mr. Roland Bach. Mr. David Kuhns, giving a demonstration with Liquid Air. These log cabins were built by our senior industrial arts students. They were given to the special education students as Christmas gifts. Each year the Key Club erects a Christmas tree to enliven the Christmas spirit in our school. The tree this year was decorated by: Andrew Klutcher, Dennis Rubano, Frank Fimog-nari, Dave Stratter, Barry Can-terna, Tom Quinn, Bob Fimog-nari, Arnold Zam, Myron Chec and Kenny White. 112 1136% “Re lect i Seated left to right: Typist-Linda Arcuri, Layout-Janet Laslow, Colleen Sanitate, Patty Laverty. First row: Layout-Sylvia Teuber, Co-editor-Paula Lucas, Salesgirl-Beth Nelson, Layout-Debbie Galardo, Jr. Business Man-ager-Carolyn Yurcich. Second row: Photographer-Conrad Joseph, Layout-Charlene May, Salesgirl-Elizebeth Yankevich, Photographer-Mark Hoza, Business Manager-Ann-Marie Yurgec. Third row: Photographer-Sam Monaco, Layout-William McCurdy, Editor-Drew Matanin. We are indebted to these people for helping put together our 1968 Yearbook. Reflector Staff and advisor, Mr. J. Perfilio Standing left to right: Layout-Beverly Henderson and Toni Yurcich. 1141 16• • w WALSWORTH Marceline, Mo.. U.S.A. I um ij, si;nk I H N I » M. I J I ! . I " r • Ji i i • «'t  raxn ’ rfHi Wl. ,ar“ r .- a§ .- 3? Wl' ms ■MBBT k .,v-»»- • •- iv, M ■mi —-t 4. •• ■ £■ if v « - HIGH SCHOOL |vn|; • netM’s N • n n I ; 1111 i i


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