Ferndale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)
- Class of 1956
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And when the stream
Which overflowed the soul was passed away,
A consciousness remained that it had left,
Deposited upon the silent shore of memory,
Images and precious thoughts,
That shall not die, and cannot be destroyed.
. . . William Wordsworth
And so it is with usl Desiring to recapture
and perpetuate precious thoughts and images
of school work and play, we have gathered
these pages of prose and pictures, Like the
sentiment expressed by the poet, we are not
willing that such fond memories should die.
Those images which sink deepest are often
those which we scarcely know, at the moment
of their imprint, that we are noticing at all.
So it is with our experiences in school - with
those thrills, vivid for only an instant. It is
also true with words - for there are some
which are brilliant, clever, incisive - and man-
kind is not willing that they should die.
The Reflector staff has chosen to illustrate
these images of life and school with many time-
less expressions of perpetual voices, The theme
of our book - Great Quotations ofMankind - is
woven about familiar places and friendly faces.
We rest secure in the faith that if our efforts
prove insignificant on these pages, at least the
wisdom and wit of the ages will not have been
rewritten and reread at a loss by our patrons.
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Mr, s. my Grimm, Jr., Super-
Miss Patricia Sass, Secretary
to the high school principal.
With the formation of our expanded school system as
the result of the jointure, our high school profited in the
hiring of a principal, Mr, Elmer Berkebile, Mr. S. Ray
Grimm, Jr., our supervising principal, now serving his
second year in that position, has been extremely busy in
seeing to the smooth operation of an enlarged program.
We have, therefore, been fortunate, indeed, to have Mr.
Berkebile enter our school and effectively administer
our program. Coming to Ferndale after a successful
teaching and guidance career at Adams Twp. High School,
Mr. Berkebile has been acclaimed by students and fac-
ulty for his good beginning as an administrator.
Our office staff has undergone further change with
the retirement of our long-time secretary, Miss Wilma
Mooney, after 27 years at Ferndale. She has been re-
placed by Miss Bonnie Ryan, who now serves as secre-
tary to Mr. Grimm, and by Miss Patricia Sass, who
works with Mr. Berkebile. Both girls are recent grad-
uates of our high school.
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Greater Ferndale Joint School Board ,I
First Row: Martin Hodos, Robert Hag- e l
erich, Geo. W. W. Jones, Robert Cowan,
Carl Harrison, Richard Claycomb, Loren f
, Blue, Peter Scheer, William Eichler, f '
Stephen Friedman, John Ozog. Second f . ,
1 z Row: James Cruickshank, Adam Koch, gl
Donald Porter, Colbert Vai-ner, Richard if i-ee1e
Goldberg, Paul Burkett, George Spence, ya , '
solicitor, Paul Doyle, Sylvester White,
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Mr Elmer Berkebile, High
The Greater Ferndale School System, formed by a new
jointure of four districts, has become operative this year.
Each district elects five mento st-rveonour joint school board.
The advantages and improvements in our school system re-
sulting from the jointure are numerous and important. l'he
equal representation of school board members gives each dis-
trict an opportunity to share in the management and policy
making of their schools.
The improvements in our educational program resulting
from the jointure include a guidance counselor, a new high
school principal with an additional clerk in hisoffice, fine arts
for all students from kindergarten through 12th grades, and
health and physical education in grades 7 through 12, The
schools now render such services as nursing, guidance, home
bound instruction, and many extra curricular activities which
were not offered before the new contract was drawn up. Many
services that were needed for the youth of our community and
the local boards of education are now being furnished,
The jointure contract was drawn up on a five year basis with
each district sharing in the operation and upkeep of F. ll,
but retaining their own districts' building responsibilities,
However, all instructional expenses are included under the
administration of the joint board.
Mr. Carl Harrison was elected president of the joint board
with Mr. Robert Cowan as vice-president, Mr. Richard Clay-
comb as treasurer, and Mr, George W, W, .lones as secretary,
Miss Bonnie Ryan,
ztov the 'Supervising Principal
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The Senior Class of 1956
sincere respect and deep, personal liking for
Mr. Nyle Hershberger. In the two years that
he has been teaching in Ferndale,Mr, Hersh-
berger has proven to be a thorough, competent
teacher. We believe that he is a man with a
During school hours Mr. Hershberger
teaches mathematics. When the school bell
sends the students horneward, Mr. Hersh-
berger then spends many hours ably coaching
our junior high school boys in basketball and
football, or instructing the golf team. His
thoughtful advice is also important in his role
as advisor for the senior class.
This tribute from his students comes to
a man, young in years of experience, but to
one who has his heart and soul in the well-
being of all of us.
Hershberger in characteristic poses at work
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ical education instructonput-
ting a student through a muscle
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counselor, offers a bit of ad
vice to Bob Doyle.
Mr. Louis Giusto, our new
music maestro, bangs out a
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University of Pittsburgh
English, Civics, Reflector
Albright C lege
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1iPPer 3eate Teach-
kPhysical Educ tion, Health,
Pep Club, Jr. Y-Teens,
Cheerleaders, G. A. A.
Pennsylvania State Univer-
Music Supervisor of School
Band, Chorus, Junior Band,
Junior Chorus, G r a d e
Indiana State Teachers
Sales, Commercial Law,
Bookkeeping, Math, G.B. T. ,
Pep Club, Sr. Y-Teens
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Slippery Rock State Teach' University of Pittsburgh
ers College Junior High English
Biology, Physiology, As-
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Dorothy B. Christensen
Beckley Business College
Shorthand, Typing, Busi-
ness Machines, Courier,
O. Glemi Brougher, Jr.
Indiana State Teachers
Art Supervisor of School
System, Art Advisor ,for
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Guidance Department, En
glish, Mathematics, Stu
Robert V. lgo, Jr.
Indiana State Teachers
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Edward C. Lea!
California State Teachers
American History, World
History, Driver Training
Mansfield State Teachers
Geography, Key Club
w ere is in uence 5fop.4.
Laurence M. Wolf
Buffalo State Teachers
Industrial Arts, Mechan-
c. E. Macnee Y
University of Pittsburgh
English, Spanish, Dramat-
ics, Senior Play
Lock Haven State Teachers
Health, Physical Educa-
tion, Head Coach, F Club ,,.-
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Ruth Ling George Townsend
Mercy Hospital School of Susquehanna University
Nursing University of Pittsburgh
Schgol Nurse Algebra, General Science
Leta Morgart ,
University of Colorado
University of Pittsburgh l
English, P.O. D., Faculty
Manager of Athletics
California State Teachers
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Tom Balog, Senior Class
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Florence Warfel and
Tom Balog and
Robert Ashcom - 'Mint'
Ferndale December 22
College bound . . . power-
ful guard for the Jackets
. . . favorite opening com-
ment, 'Ahl' . . . never lets
studies interfere with re-
laxation . . . love that black,
Thomas Balog - 'Butch'
Brownstown March 9
Ace athlete bashiul
but nice . . . pouts prettily
hopes to be a doctor
chosen best in per-
Mid et Taylbr August 14
' On ,ot . Michael's
at I . . . suave
fnarhfeh asp iauy with
girls L . .Xa future teacher
4, . hobbies! . . hunting and
ary Jane B'evec-'Shorty'
Nice things come in
small packages quiet
. . . studious . . . sewing is
her favorite pastime
will be a competent book-
Ferndale April 7
Unique hair style
deep penetrating voice . . .
drives a '46 'Chevy'
loves to go hunting . . .
works at the Pizza Shop
Louise Bassett - 'Wezzie'
A newcomer witha sweet
disposition skating is
her hobby . . . brown wavy
hair, much admired . . .
ambition - to become a
telephone operator . . . fa-
vorite expression, 'Hey.'
Donald Berkich - 'Bud'
Ferndale October 6
Starred in the Senior
Play as Lotus Smith
dignified and studious . ..
good speaker . . . lives by
the Good Book and plans
to preach it.
Walter Black - 'Joe'
Lorain Boro August 21
Desires to fly with the
men in blue . . . has a sec-
ret nickname that irks him
.. . one of the Boro boys
. . . end on grid team.
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Will -make a cute sec-
retary for some lucky boss
. . . has weakness for pop-
ular records . . . able stu-
dent director for senior
Play . . . constantly heard
Lorain Boro November 29
Quiet . . . good student
a handsome lad
hangs around with the Boro
boys . . . undecided future.
Jean Buckman - 'Bucky'
Ferndale August 15
congenial smile . . .whizzes
around in aDodge. . .trans-
ferred from Johnstown in
Junior year . . . future un-
Judith Clark - 'Judy'
Ferndale December 12
a true asset to the Re-
flector Staff . . . would like
to major in music at Du-
quesne U. . . . plays with the
Nancy Jo Cramer -'Nancy'
Ferndale May 22
Likes to talk . .. lots of
fun . . . wants to go to col-
lege . . . favorite quote,
"That's rightl' . . . past
worthy advisor of the Rain-
Raymond Dallape - 'Ray'
Ferndale April 17
One of our tall, dark,
and handsome boys . . .
great asset to any athletic
tea.m . .. definite interest
in a pretty girl . . . did en-
thusiastic job as president
of the Student Council.
Edward Dallape- 'Ed'
Ferndale July 3
A 'real gone' drummer
. . . quite a playmaker on
the basketball floor . . . able
artist . . . Gets 'carried
away' when he jitter-bugs.
Dolores Decker - 'Dolly'
Middle Taylor October 14
Cute, lively, and full of
fun . . . loves to have par-
ties very partial to
Fords . . . 'Dig that crazy
hair cut' . . . would like to
become a beautician.
Thomas Dickson - "Dicks'
Quiet . . . likes to 'goof-
off' enjoys 'scoring'
on all victims . . . hunting
and fishing are his chief
hobbies .. . would like to
make a fortune.
Barbara Dorman - 'Babs'
Ferndale August 30
Plays a mean clarinet
in the band tall, neat
redhead . . . friendly toward
all can be heard ex-
claiming 'hokey smokes'
. . . would like to go to col-
Janet Dutko - 'Janet'
Brownstown May 16
Beautiful long brown hair
. . . shy and quiet until you
get to know her ... likes
to "tickle the ivories' . . .
ambition - become a nurse.
Ferndale September 8
... nice like his brother
. . . plans to enter the ser-
vice . .. hobby is studying
cuts a neat figure on
the dance floor wants
to become a beautician . . .
talks often of California.
Courier . . . college bound.
Richard Fedornock - "Chich
Beverly Diehl - 'Bev'
Brownstown September 25
Cute, small, and peppy
Robert Doyle - "Bob'
Ferndale June 13
Real neat dresser ..
liked by all . . . one of the
stars in the Senior Play
. . . very capable sports
manager . . . editor of
Brownstown February ll
Neat, wavy, brown hair
bashful until you
to know him. . . enjoys most
sports . . . seen behind the
wheel of a flashy, red
Plymouth future un-
Howard Fisher - 'Howie'
Ferndale October 18
Real nice quiet
flashes a keen smile
plans to be a mechanic.
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Ferndale September 15
A real brain in the sci-
entific field . . . quiet . . .
likes to make strange
noises . . . Mr. lgo's han-
dyman future college
Brownstown August 25
Always laughing . .. can
take a joke . . . answers
'Yea, Sure,' to any ques-
tion plans to become
an auto mechanic.
Rosann Granda - 'Rosie'
Lorain Boro July 9
Pleasant personality . . .
plans to become a nurse
. . . made a cute girl in the
Senior Play . . . likes to
play the piano.
Paul Harper - 'Harp'
Lorain Boro January 20
Dark curly hair and blue
eyes .. . replies 'Crazy
man, Crazy' to every joke
. . . likes the girls . . . plans
to be an auto mechanic . . .
drives a 'spiffy' new Ford.
Brownstown July 27
Tall and athletic . . . likes
to have fun . . . never stays
in one place very long . . .
avid golfer . . . plans to
join Uncle Sam's armed
Middle Taylor August 29
Friendly, winning smile
. . . pretty blue eyes and
blonde hair . . . always ask-
ing, 'Is that catchy?'.. .
plans to become an air-
Brownstown July 16
Pretty red hair . . . Says,
'Cheeze whiz' to any re-
mark . . . head of our peppy
cheerleaders . . . voted best
personality . . . plans to be
Dean Hartfiel - 'Dean'
Lorain Boro October 17
Quietest lad in the sen-
ior class .. . plans to at-
tend college and become a
teacher . . . carries the
'tuba' section of the band
contributes his tenor
voice in the chorus.
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Edward Hasse -'Moo'
Ferndale April 19
Always ready for alaugh
. . . inclined toward all
sports . cutsatall, hand-
some figure .. . future un-
Marcia Hern - 'Marsh'
Ferndale September 13
A newcomer . . . popular
makes friends easily
.. . shiny blond hair .. .
was 'just grand' in the
Senior Play . . . easily
John Homyak- 'Allen'
Brownstown August 25
Bright blue eyes . . .
curly, brown hair . . . has
shy smile . . . sharp golfer-
. . . a class clown . . . future
undecided . . . favorite say-'
ing, 'Could be.'
Ken Kaufman - 'Kauf'
Ferndale June l
Best looking senior boy
. . . favorite saying, "ldon't
know what to say' . . . would
like to attend college
held down a guard position
on the Ferndale Eleven.
Raymond Heming - 'Ray'
Lorain Boro June 4
Tall and quiet . . . drives
a big blue Kaiser . . . reads
news on morning broad-
casts in deep bass voice
.. . stage man for the Sen-
Robert Hildebrand -'Huck'
Ferndale September 29
Plans on being a coach
and 'phys-ed' teacher . . .
What are you up to?
starred on gridiron and
hardwood . . . good for many
Linda Johnston - 'Lin'
Lorain Boro September 22
Cynical but lovable . . .
'Real Gone' . . . will carry
on the nursing tradition in
her family . . . always tell-
ing jokes . . . just 'mad'
about her accordiompizza,
Nancy Koontz - 'Nance'
Ferndale January 1
One of the high stepping
majorettes . . . makes an
attractive appearance .. .
enjoys the walk from upper
Ferndale every morning...
efficient editor of Reflec-
tor . . . plans to become a
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Brownstown November 5
Pretty red hair . . ,
blushes easily only a
soft voice betrays her
presence . . . future lies in
Ronald Leaf - 'Booge'
Ferndale March 15
Tall, lean, and good-
looking can be heard
saying 'Ark' in his bari-
tone voice . . . feels at home
in a 'Chevy."
Helen Lemansky - 'Helen'
Middle Taylor June 3
A pert and friendly blond
. . . always neat . . . bubbles
over with laughter . . . often
exclaims, "Oh, brotherl'
. . . future lies in the nurs-
William Majercsik -'Bill'
Brownstown February 27
Drives a classy Studie
. . . pleasant disposition . . .
likes to tell jokes one
of our really tall seniors
. .. always willing to lend
a helping hand.
Brownstown July 24
Long, long brown hair
. . . loves to 'hot-rod' . . .
skating enthusiast no
special plans for the fu-
ture . . . makes frequent
trips to Middle Taylor.
Domia Leffler - 'Dud'
Ferndale December 4
Loves to drive that green
convertible . .. has many
outside interests . . . 'Geel
That's excellentl' . . . un-
decided future . . . a friend
of everyone . . . pretty
smile . . . cute Emily in
Patricia Lux - 'Pat'
Ferndale July 25
Dark, sparkling eyes. . .
warm pleasant smile . . .
one of Mrs. Hill's busy
in the commercial field
. . . active in girls' sports.
Lee Marsh - 'Lee'
Ferndale September 23
Quiet, nice . .. has a
knack for drawing . . .
member of grid squad . . .
plans to be a commercial
Lorain Boro Septemberl
Tall and stately .. . at-
tractive brown eyes . . .
quite musical one of
our future nurses . . .
pleasant disposition . . .lots
Middle Taylor July 13
Never too busy to lend
a helping hand . . . usually
,jolly . . . good student . . .
will be a good secretary
. . . pleasant smile for
Virginia Mlinar - 'Ginny'
Brownstown November 11
Tall, blond, future sten-
ographer . . . likes to skate
and dance . . . can be heard
saying, 'Alrighty' . . . re-
fined and reserved . . . one
lof Mr. Leaf's driving pro-
Carol Russell - 'Rusty'
Middle Taylor August 23
High stepping majorette
. . . pretty and well-liked
. . . glad to be ofassistance
. . . likes to sew . . . drives
a Studebaker . . . typing will
be her future
Brownstown April 17
always be found
where there is dancing . . .
wants to be a nurse
'Holy Crow' prim and
stuffy school marm lnthe
senior play . . . real keen
Richard Michalides - 'Mic "
Lorain Boro July 21
Asset to the Yellow
Jacket gridteams . . . one
of the 'Boro boys' . . . Mr.
McGhee's star dramatic
student . . . ' real cool' with
the rock and roll.
Theodore Rager - 'Ted'
Lorain Boro October 27
One of our good-looking
senior boys . . . pals with
Turk, Joe, and Rich
likes to argue . . . favorite
expression, 'Be a go get-
James Ryan - "J. C.'
Brownstown August 26
Credit to sports field . . .
handsome. . .makes ahobby
of teasing the girls . . .
pleasing personality . . .
neat dresser . . . hotrods
in a blue Studebaker.
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Brownstown July 4
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ball team heart throb
to many girls would
like to study mechanical
engineering . . . partial to
Joann Slavick - 'Joann'
Brownstown August 27
President of Senior Y-
Teens . . . Varsity cheer-
leader for two years . . .
dainty, blonde, peaches and
cream complexion . . .
hopes to go to college.
Evelyn Slavlk - 'Evie'
Brownstown April 20
Great fan of the Yankees
.. . assistant to Mr. Mc-
Ghee ln directing Senior
Play . . . plans to become
a secretary . . . answers
'Geez' to anything . . .
enjoys driving her Dad's
Stephen Sober - 'Steve'
Ferndale July 19
Sparkling brown eyes. . .
gives the teachers head-
aches . . . his irking ex-
pression ls, 'All right,you
guys, get studyin' . . . out-
door sports enthusiast.
'Stoody J uver'
Ferndale August 17
'Oh well-that's lifel'
has big plans as a future
teacher . . . a true fun lover
clever portrayal of
Ruby in class play.
Lorain Boro January 27
Baby blue eyes and blond
hair . . . likes to play prac-
tical jokes . . . efficient
storekeeper . . . has a way
Harry Teeter - 'Teeter'
Quiet and nice . . . a real
card ln English class . . .
easy to get along with .. .
accomplished driver . . .
always answers, 'I don't
Florence Warfel - 'Flo'
Brownstown August 31
Real 'brain' of the sen-
lor class . . . attractive and
sophisticated plans to
attend college . . :efficient
and co-operative . . . ex-
cellent as Miss Carr ln
Terrie Weaver - 'Tee' Judy Yarchak - 'Jude'
Ferndale APPU 20 Brovmstown August 25
Pevpy 00 -captain Of voted prettiest gm ln
cheerleaders . . . lots of Senior class . . , has a
fllrl - - - WIIIIS to be 2 Sec' lovely wardrobe . . . spark-
beautiful WHVY ling eyes and an accent on
P0l'f1'2Yed C2l'01 personality . . . llkesto say,
class play has a 'Rea11y?'
Robert Yeager - 'Jake' Arlene Zimmer-'Zlmmy'
Brownstown July 1 Brownstown September 9
Quiet? , , , good student Plays clarinet with Mr.
. . . did an excellent job as Glusto's 'mad' musicians
Homer in senior play .. . likes 'bull sessions'
"MeanWhi16- batik at the and joke telling . .. lots of
ranch' . . . plans t0 be an fun . . . not afraid of work.
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. . . Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar.
The friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel . . .
Give every man thy ear, but few thy voiceg
Take each man's censure, but reserve th 'ud ment . . .
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Neither a borrower nor a lender beg
For loan oft loses both itself and friend. . .
This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.
Polonius' advice to his son,
Hamlet- William Shakespeare.
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Junior Class Girls
First Row J Galioto, B Weigle, M J Bur1ey,S Graham, B A
Lanko B Murphy M. Blasko,J Parkinson, B Balog, B Barefoot,
W J Munko B Cowan,N Pollock Second Row W Lees, B Mos
grave, I. Ward, M. A. Marcinko, L. Bassett, P. Baldwin, J. Bouch,
E. Teeter, D. I-Iolmok, A. Kimmick, J. Freeburn, J. Klanchar, L.
Long, G. Henneke, E. Birkhimer, R. Day, J. Riek. Third Row: B.
Goss, M. E. Killen, L. Frederick, P. Buckman, M. Rubish, R. Drum,
A. M. Fetsko, C. Bush, M. Vickroy, D. Liphart,M. Jerasa,J.
Klllen, D. Cernak.
Junior Class - Boys
First Row: J. Mayersick, E. Hull, I. Lentvorsky, L. Blue, G.
Rhodes, H. Gehlman, B. Popchak, R. Kisko, G. Younkin, J. Kow-
chak. Second Row: B. Cvrkel, C. Kocis, E. Janosko, G. Ritchey, B.
Gehlman, R. Rhodes, W. Chupko, G. Jones, J. Strashensky, R. Otto.
Third Row: C. Bevec, W. Laposata, J. Hoffman, B. Kaufman, R.
Weaver, R. Freeman, T. Teeter, P. Entler, L. Rankin, E. Biber, R.
Hunt, J. Gomulka, R. Miller.
The Junior Class, with 77 members, is one of the largest groups in recent
years. Their year as Juniors has been a busy and a progressive one, for the class
has worked hard, scholastically, athletically, and in extra-curricular activities,
The annual magazine campaign, a class project which provides funds for the
Junior-Senior banquet and reception and partially defrays yearbook expenses,
was a tremendous success this year, Setting a goal of 53000 in sales, the class
actually surpassed this total by S77,16. This determined spirit was gratifying
to the entire school. In the campaign, Jack Hoffman and Jane Parkinson proved
themselves as top sales personnel.
Other highlights of the year, ofcourse, were the purchases of attractive class
rings, and the presentation of a wonderful Prom. Individual members contributed
their talents to all school activities.
Particular mention of the exceptionally large honor group seems worthy.
Attaining this enviable roll were Barbara Cowan, Pat Baldwin, Mary Jo Burley,
Anna Marie Fetsko, Donna Holmok, Edward Janosko, Betty Lanko, Wendell
Laposata, Lillian Long, Mary Ann Marcinko, Nancy Pollack, and Donna Swarny.
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' ' ' Bill Cvrkel,
Donna Swarny, vxce-presxdent,
way to a man's heart isthrough
Satan finds mischief for idle hands.
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is stomach. . . . Anonymous
pursuit of knowledge under
dlfflculties. . . . Lord Brougham
...And beautiful maidens moved
down in the dance. -Whittier
Why not call a spade a spade?
A man's a man for all of that!
- Shake spere
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Jackie Stephey, president, Charlotte Szelazek,
secretary, Bob Kurtz, vice president.
Seventy-three Sophomores, comprising the second
year students of our high school, entered avidly into
numerous school activities. Most important on the list
of their achievements was the imposing number of honor
students among their membership. Consistently attaining
this scholastic feat were Jill James, Richard Nau
Charlotte Szelazek, Judy Drum, Teresa Dugan, John
Gander, Lois Garshnick, Judy Kemeny, Bill Krum, Jos-
ephine Malisko, Richard Sanker, and Virginia Tomak,
An especially important feature of the 1955-56 year
was the first class party sponsored at Ferndale in many
years. With President Jackie Stephey as its leader, the
class arranged an enjoyable evening of fellowship and
festivity, It is hoped this precedent can be adopted by
Another unique feature instituted by the class was a
welfare committee commissioned to send "get well'
cards to members who had extended absences.
Class members serving in special activities included
Teresa Dugan and Richard Nau, Courier representatives,
and Jill James, Reflector staff apprentice. Entering the
key club as new initiates were Jerry Cuppett, Richard
Sanker, James McCann, Richard Nau, and Bill Krum.
Of course, Sophomores served in considerable numbers on
cheerleading and majorette squads and'in athletic en-
First Row: R. Adams, W. Krum. R. Thomas, E. Czyrnlk, R.
Clawson, K. Schlentner, R. Nau. Second Row: E. Calderwood-
I, Layton, R. Muffley. J. Mejia, R. Kurtz- D. B0dn31'- R- H0m012-
R. Friedman, J. Grimaldi, C. Block- D. Entler, J. Cuppett, E.
McGuirk. Third Row: K. Vasalinda, J. Drum- R- MOSUJIIGF- W-
Mlinar, J, Bush, B. Slavlk, R. Kuhs, P. Muffley, K. Reed, P.
Custer, F. Hines. J. McCann, G. Simmons, N. Bassett. Fourth
Row: M. Mucha, J. Gander, R. Rucosky- E- KBFHSNH- R-
Cousins, R. Sanker, L. Burkhart, F. Dimpfl- B- Penirack- T-
Dugan, B, Ling, E, Moore, J. Debevc, J. Malisko. Standing: D.
Hostetler, J. Stephey, J. Kemeny, C. Szelazelt, M. L. Cernalt-
J. McDowell, L. Garshnick, B. Chumrik- J. James- A. Finger-
hoot, I, Hochstein, S. Mack, D. Lanko, P. Ashcom- V. Tomak-
S. Beale, R, Horvath, N. Brosius- M. A. Krupkai J. Given- M-
Schmidt, J. Glover. Center Rear:Mr. McGhee- Miss Eisenbach-
Life is not so short, but that there is always time
enough for courtesy. - Emerson
Alas! the love of a woman! It is known
To be a lovely and a fearful thing.
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For a man seldom thinks with more earnestness of any-
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the golden moments flyl
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Rules were made to be broken.
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The ambitious, but at times boisterous eighth grade
had the advantage of mixing as a unit before entering
high school this year. With 89 students divided into
three sections, these kids had the advantage of shop
art, music, and gwn instruction in their curriculum.
The group produced talented musicians and some
fine singing voices for Junior Chorus. Those deserving
special mention as the class scholars were: Francis
Pilzys, Lois Burkett, Patricia Dudash, Nancy Hocken-
smith, and Joseph Karas. Although no boys stood out
in athletics, the large number of these lads who
turned out for Junior High sports gladdened the hearts
of the coaching staff.
First Row: C. Hagerich, D. Allison, C. Custer, S. Shaffer, C. Homyak,
D. Dudash, B. Karen, F. Sankovich, D. Murray, M. Schmidt, N. Hocken-
smith, B. Wingard, J. Grening, V. Harrison, D. Eastlake, D. Rodkey,
V. Block, F. Pllzvs, C. Zimmer, E. Dorz. Second Row: L. Burkett, D.
Lees, R. Kohan, R. Kurtz, R. Berg, G. Salntz, D. Klanchar, L. Allman,
M. Rosenbaum, D. Watts, B. Black, L. Berg, J. Waclo, D. Smay, P.
lmler, E. Gertz, E. Duchnowski. Third Row: R. Pavlick, H. Muflley,
T. Bush, B. Cuppett, T. Walker, E. Zonin, J. Livingston, K. Dlmptl,
V. Martello, M. A. Pavllck, M. L. Grandll, V. Burkhart, C. Arbaugh,
B. Klanchar, P. Zellers, M. Adams, J. Sakmar, M. Teeter, C. Berg,
F. Lambert, R. Lobb, M. E. McCann. Fourth Row: W. Rlbblet, D.
Eppley, L. Scruggs, J. Reinholtz, J. Dick, W. Moyer, E. Hales, W.
Burkett, W. McDanlels, D. Sorchllla, B. Kaufman, J. Karas, C. Hess,
L. Kennedy. L. Harrison, G. Jones, J. Spetcher, R. Leventry. N.
Gavazzonl, D. Llphart, H. Block, W. Thomas, E. Morihlatko, C. Cooper,
H. Berkebile, T. Ihitko, J. Katzensteln.
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Boys will be boys.
This banknote world!
- Fritz-Green Halleck
Hero-worship exists, has existed, and will forever Society is now one polished horde,
exist, uniVe1'S311Y 31110118 mankind. Formed of two mighty tribes, the Bores and Bored.
- Carlyle ' BYTOU
With fame, in just proportion envy grows.
Music is well said to be the speech of angels. The short and the long of it.
- Carlyle. - Shakespeare
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With the formation of our new jointure, namely
the Greater Ferndale School System, seventh grade
students from all four areas came to our Junior
High this year for the first time. There were 88
scared and bewildered youngsters roaming our halls
searching for their classes, the library, and the
lunchroom early in the year. However, it didn't
take them long to learn "the Ferndale policy."
These students have joined enthusiastically in
contributing their talents to Junior Chorus, Band,
and assembly programs. Many of the boys turned
out for Junior High athletics.
Consistent honor students from seventh grade
wereg Carolyn Brock, Bonnie Shaffer, William
Straub, Barbara Barkheimer, Jane Bauder, Victor
Bevec, Terry Blue, Diane Brant,Suellen Claycomb,
Gail Feight, Audrey Gindlesperger, Carol Jean
Gould, Jon James, and Elisha Ann Smith.
Front Row: C. I. Gould, B. McDaniel, I. Livingston, K.
Lehman, D. Berkeblle, N. Bobko, E. A. Smith, P. Mejia,
M. A. Karen, N. Krupka, B. J. Scruggs, B. Rhodes. Second
Row: C. Adams, C. Brock, B. Hindman, P. Davis, D.
Brant, S. Claycomb, B. Shaffer, S. Hartilel, D. Parker,
K. Adams, G. Day, A. Glndlesperger, C. Edwards, S.
Lavely. Third Row: I. Mandroc, G. Surduken, T. Stammley,
M. McConnell, E. Decker, K. Weneck, P. Rucosky, L.
Ling, I. Lavely, D. McDowell, W. Straub, F. Morlhlatko,
E. Berg, D. Shaffer. Fourth Row: J. Bauder, J. Rinlnger,
B. Ruckosky, W. Layton, T. Paulakos, F. Zeller, W. Hoff-
man, R. Rokita, R. Yesh,M.Cherney,J.Munk0, R. Adams,
W. Davis, T. Blue. Ftfth Row: T. Camxnerata, T. Kegg, D.
Berkebile, R. Mishler, T. Croyle, J. Bagnato, R. Barnes,
P. Katzensteln, J. Hess, R. Schlentner,P. Henry, V. Bevec.
Sixth Row: S. Jordan, B. Barkhimer,M. Layton,O. Teeter,
F. Lux, J. James, D. Reed, N. Relnholtz, L. Sorchilla,
A. Harrison. Seventh Row: M. Homonko, R. Rosenbaum,
K. Hill, R. M. Slavik, B. Diehl, J. Moody, P. Safko.
Eighth Row: H. Perdas, W. Reese.
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The concept of a school as aplace solely for books,
oratory, and factual learning is now as obsolete as
hoop skirts and bustles. Today's schools, instead, are
a seething cauldron of activity as extensive as the
exertions, talents, and desires of boys and girls. It
is, therefore, important that in our study of precious
moments of school life, 1955-56, we should devote
this section of our book to some of these memory en-
Regardless of the leisure time inclinations of our
pupils, whether they are athletic,musical,literary, or
dramatic, in our co-curricular offerings each person
may find an outlet for his preferences. Our school life
is made immeasureably more interesting and varied
by mass participation in such pursuits.
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Seventh grade: Jon James, Joyce Rininger, Billy Hoffman,
Carol J. Gould, Terry Blue, Robert Barnes. Eighth grade:
Joe Karas, Darlene Allison, Nancy Hockensmith, Boyd
Kaufman, Carol Arbaugh, Mary Ann Pavlick. Ninth grade:
Martha Palmer, Dennis Sabo, James Gindlesperger, Darrell
Carney, Sandy Lumnitzer, Sam Burkett. Tenth grade: Jim
McCann, Teresa Dugan. Richard Sanker,CharlotteSzelazek,
Jackie Stephey, Virginia Tomak. Eleventh grade: Ronald
Otto, Lynn Rankin, Mary Ann Marcinko, Mary Io Burley.
Twelfth grade: Jean Burkman, Gerry Martello, A1 Sabo,
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Student council this year was changed from
an organization which was virtually inopera-
to a practical, functioning body. A new
lution, outlining powers of the group,
drawn up. Ray Dallape served as presi-
dent this year, chosen by the council. How-
ever, Ed Janosko, elected vice-president by
the student body, will automatically become
president next year.
The council sponsored an exciting Christ-
mas dance, acted as lunch-time monitors,
and held regular weekly meetings through-
out the year. Each rfember was presented
with a tiny gold pin bearing the emblem of
the National Association of Student Councils
advised thc council .
Officers: Ed Janosko, vice-president, Doris
Hostetler, secretary, RayDa1laP61Pl'9Sident-
Mr. Charles Allison actively sponsored and
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l Foreground: B. Doyle, B. Cvrkel, Mr. Hunter. Second Row: T. Weaver,
' X F. Warfel, Mrs. Christensen, C. Blaschak, J.C1ark, E. Janosko, J. Stuver,
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First Row: Mr. Lesneski, D.
Hartfiel, J. Berg, J. Cuppett.
Second Row: R.. Otto, K. Kauf-
man, R. Sanker. Third Row:
R. Ashcom, I. McCann. Fourth
Row: R. Hunt. Fifth Row: C.
First Row: G. Jones, W. Cvrkel,
R. Nau, B. Kaufman. Second
Row: R. Freeman, W. Krum, L.
Rankin. Third Row: E. Hasse, S.
Sober. Fourth Row: R. Doyle.
Fifth Row: R. Leaf.
First Row: W. Lees, B. Mosgrave, J. Rlek, N. Pollock, J. Klanchar, W. Munko, B. Murphy, J. Parkinson,
B. Balog, J. Ward, E. Berkheimer, K. Paulakos. Second Row: S. Graham, B. Barefoot, B. Lanka, J. Free-
burn, A. Klmmick, D. Holmok, P. Baldwin, L. Long, M. A. Marclnko, M. Blasko, B. Cowan, R. Day. Third
Row: J. Bouch, D. Cernak, J. Killen, D. Liphart, M. Buckman, M. Vlckroy, C. Bush, A. M. Fetsko, M.
Rubish. M. Jerasa, B. Goss. E. Teeter,
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Judy Kemeny Bonnie Ling
First Row: M. A. Gomulka, M. Lees, N. Slavick, M. L. Hastings, C. Easton, C. Berkebtle, J. Lunt, J. Du-
gan, J. Schmidt, S. Lumnitzer, P. Tredennick. Second Row: B. Miller, J. Grimm, C. Jamison, C. Brown,
B. Fern, S. Claycomb, Jeep James, J. Michalides, M. Palmer, J. Statler, J. Decker. Third Row: S. Beale,
C. Schrum, C. Bassett, D. Terek, C. Shaifer, M. Bartis, R. O'Sherln, C. Ward, P. Teeter, M. A. Sarosi,
First Row: E. Slavik, M. Hern, C. Blaschak, S. Maystrovich, J. Clark, M. Golian, J. Yarchak, J. Stuver,
G. Henneke, B. Diehl, L. Johnston. Second Row: H. Lemansky, J. Galioto, B. Krise, D. Leffler, M J
Burley, A. Grimaldi, P. Lux, R. Granda, J. Slavick, N. I. Cramer, T. Weaver, B. Weigle. Third Row: Miss
Eisenbach, N. Koontz, J. Matus, J. Buckman, J. Dutko, L. Frederick, A. Kush, G. Martello, V. Mlinar, R
Drum. M. E. Killen, B. Dorman, A. Zimmer, F. Warfel.
Virginia Mlinar Ann Grimaldi
Treasurer Inter-club council
will CAar-iff, or aff .
Ruth Horvalh Elsa caiderwood
Treasurer lnter-club council
First Row: A. Flngerhoot, K. Vasalinda, I. Hochstein, E. Calderwood, J. Stephey, J. Malisko, C. Szelazek,
S. Mack, S. Beale, E. McGuirk, B. Chumrik. Second Row: P. Ashcom, M. Schmidt, M. Mucha, V. Tomak, I
Glover, J. Given, J. Drum, T. Dugan, D. Lunko, R. Horvath, B. Slavick. Third Row: N. Bassett, E. Moore
D. Hostetler, N. Brosius, B. Ling, J. McDowell, L. Garshnick, M. A. Krupko, M. L. Cernak, I. Debevc,
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An open letter to Courier readers:
By Editor Robert Doyle
A school newspaper plays an important role in the life of its
students. Not only does it report events and activities, but it
features friendships, sports highlights, and special student edi-
torials and essays. lt reveals student opinions on issues of vital
concern to all.
The Courier staff, made up of 34 members representing
every class in our school, has endeavored to maintain high
standards of reportorial practice. Offering opportunities for
' ' db siness practice,
creative writing, straight news reporting, an u
' l f r student abilities and am-
the paper has provided an out et o
We are proud of our little paper and grateful for the exper-
iences it has provided. The Courier staff andl thank all readers
for their kind comments and loyal support throughout this year
ggiazowg P. Tredennick, S. Maystrovich, D. Holmok, A
Hockensgmh Sgviilgf B- Shaqxer, J. Clark. Second Row: N
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G. Henneke, E Slavik, C B135 I ' lSe'B'Cowan'
't - chak, J. Berg. Th' d R .
?lSober, C. Fisher, R. Nau, W, Cvrkel, K. Kaugnanog'
Ra CAERI E. Janosko, R. Weaver. Fourth Row. T WeaJer'
. s com, J. Stuver M. J. Burle D L ' ' '
man, F. Warfel, R. Granda, v. Mlingxi. ' emer' B' Dor-
Seated H Lemansky R Granda G Martello P Lux L Johnston 4' ,K
Slavxk B Dorman Standmg D Berklch E Slavxk T B log
Z1 Nancy Koontz, Editor.
Seated: Editor - N. Koontz. Standing: K. Kauf-
man, C. Blaschak, I. Clark, Mr. Hunter,Ad-
visor, F. Warfel, R. Doyle, S. Maystrovich
Girls' Athletic Association:
First Row: J. Stuver, C. Blaschak, T.
Weaver, M. A. Marcinko. Second Row:
Paulakos, B. Slavik, B. Diehl, B.
Cowan, M. J. Burley, E. Slavik. Third
ROW B- 52108, J. Stephy, D. Lerner,
D. Swarny, P. Lux, M. Blasko, B. A.
Lanko, I. Kemeny. Fourth Row: A.
N. Koontz, D. Cernak, D.
1 M. Rubish, B. Goss, J. Bough,
Admitting many new members at their mid-year
initiation, the Ferndale Varsity F Club became one
of the largest groups representing letter-winning
athletes in years. The initiation ceremonies for the
new members was a jolly and interesting affair. Led
by president Tom Balog, the Club sought to vary pro-
ceedings by new activities and methods. As in the
past, the boys served as parking attendants and sold
candy at the annual P.T.A. minstrel. Other officers
were Hildebrand, vice-presidentg and Ashcom, sec-
retary-treasurer. Mr. Michael continued as F club
Row: M. E. Killen, R. Drum, J.
V. Mlinar, A. M. Fetsko, M.
A girl for every sport and a sport for every girl."
This is the motto of the Girls' Athletic Association. To
become a member of G.A.A., a girl must earn fifty points
by participating in girl's interclass sports. To be eligible
to become an officer, she must have a minimum of
seventy-five points. Officers for 1955-56 were Judy Stuver,
presidentg Ten-ie Weaver' vice-presidentg Carolyn Blas-
chak, secretaryg and Mary Ann Marcinko, treasurer.
The highest award given in G. A. A. is the club pin,
awarded to those earning five-hundred points. A chennile
emblem is provided for those girls earning more than one
hundred points. The association uses money-making pro-
jects to purchase the awards.
Under the capable leadership of Mrs. Sue Higgins, a
new addition to our faculty, the club conducted a program
of basketball, volleyball, and softball. lt was aninteresting
and successful sport's year.
Varsity F Club:
First Row: R. Fedornock, E. Janosko, T. Balog, B.
Hildebrand, B. Ashcom, P. Muifley, J. Gander, B. Pop-
chak. Second Row: R. Mlchalides, J. Ryan, A. Sabo, G.
Biber, J. Hoffman, L. Marsh, K. Kaufman, E. Dallape.
'Third Row: K. Frieben, T. Rager, B. Kaufman, L. Ran-
kin, J. Mccann, B. Doyle, W. Black. Fourth R.0w:R.
Sanker, R. Dallape, C. Fisher, G. Simmons, E. Hasse,
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First Row: M. Palmer, M. Long, Jill James, P. Lux,
D. Terek, B. Ling, D. Hostetler, J. Parkinson, T.
Dugan. Second Row: L Hochstein, J. Grimm, R.
O'Sherin, B. Mosgrave, C. Easton, M. L. Hastings,
W. Munko, J. Riek, Jeep James.
These capable girls efficiently conduct our stu-
dents to and from the auditorium for assemblies,thus
contributing to the smooth functioning of our school
program. A few minutes before each assembly the
girls go to their assigned stations, ready to see that
everyone gets to his seat in an orderly fashion. After
each program usherettes are responsible for the
tidiness of the auditorium. They also serve as polite
escorts at all public functions in our school.
Question: 'Where will I find it?" Answer: The library.
Question: 'Who will help me?" Answer: The librarian.
These 'custodians of quotations' can help one find any
information needed from the age of George Washington to
the theory of the atom. They guide the seventh graders
through the maze of borrowing books and the seniors
through the perplexities of the Reader's Guide.
Headed by Mrs. Hill, faculty librarian, and Barbara
Mosgrave, head librarian, these girls keep books, maga-
zines, and the pamphlet files in order.
First Row: B. Cowan, B. Balog, N. J. Cramer, P. Lux,
N. Koontz, V. Mlinar, J. Yarchak, D. Leffler, M. Golian,
T. Weaver. Second Row: E. Slavik, M. J. Burley, F. War-
fel, A. Grimaldi, G. Martello, C. Blaschaki J. Stuver, -T.
Slavick, J. Clark.
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First Row: Mrs. Ling, advisor,
Swarny, president, Warfel, vice-
president, Marcinko, secretaryg
Holmok, treasurerg Martello, cor-
responding secretary. Second Row:
Krupka, Baldwin, Freeburn, Klan-
char, Galioto, Kimmick, Vickroy,
Drum, Yarchak,Matus, Lux, Koontz.
Third Row: Bassett, Granda, Lanko,
Fetsko, Bush, Hostetler, Johnston,
Frederick, Bassett, Dutko, Leman-
sky. Fourth Row: Mack, Ling, Beale,
Ashcom, Drum, McGuirk, Dugan,
The Future Nurse's Club of Ferndale
was organized in September, 1955, under
the able supervision of our school nurse,
Mrs. Ling. In January the writing and
approval of the constitution was accom-
plished. Aside from the regular business
meetings, members were given a general
idea of what is expected of a student nurse.
Present plans include future movies, speak-
ers, and a tour of a hospital. Included in
the instruction period was first aid, the
metric system, medical spelling and proper
making of beds. The club was open to girls
from grades 9 to 12 who were interested
in the nursing profession.
A gir1's pep club was organized this year for the pur-
pose of promoting school spirit. "Always peppy' was the
motto adopted by the club.
Under the capable leadership of President Marcia Hern
and her officers: Barbara Cowan, vice-presidentg Teresa
Dugan, secretary, and Bonnie Ling, treasurerg the pep
club put on many snappy routines at the basketball games
with their black and yellow shakers.
Membership in the club was attained in the following
manner, a girl had to fill out an application form to join
the organization, then two of her teachers graded her on
such things as self-expression, appearance and coopera-
tiong finally, grades were considered in which the appli-
cant had to maintain a C average in all subjects.
Although it has had but one year to function, the club
shows great promise of becoming a worthy addition to our
rom committee members
First Row: Mrs. Higgins, M. Schmidt, B. Slavik
Galloto, M. Hern, T. Dugan, B. Ling, B. Cowan, J.
J. Drum, B. Mosgrave, Miss Eisenbach. Second Row
Munko, M. J. Burley, I. Grimm, B. Fern, C. Brown,
O"Sheron, J. Statler, C. Easton, T. Weaver, S. Mack,
Lumnitzer, J. Dugan. Third Row: J. Stephey, E. McGuir
V. Tomak, Jill James, B. Balog, N. Bassett, B. A. Lank
D. Lunko, J. Slavick, J. Stuver, C. Bassett, J. Glove
Fourth Row: M. Blasko, G. Henneke, J. Klancher,
Johnston, D. Swarny, A. Grimaldi, N. Koontz, B. Goss,
Holrnok, F. Wariel, P. Baldwin, J. Kemeny, M. A. Mar
clnko. Fifth Row: P. Lux, T. Klllen, C. Shaffer, J. Mc
Dowell, C. Bush, M. Vickroy, A. M. Fetsko, L. Garshnic
N. J. Brosius, D. Hostetler, C. Szelazek, A. Kimmic
Our cafeteria staff:
Mrs. Paulakos, Mrs. Roseman, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Thomas, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Jeroy.
This year we had five student teachers
from Pennsylvania State University. These
beginners, who spent six weeks with us, were
nearing the end of their college preparation.
Miss Shirley Callen of Butler did her
practice teaching in business education under
Mrs. Christensen, while Mr, Ronald Perks
did his in the same field under Mrs. Rager.
A former Ferndale graduate, Miss Connie
Paulakos, worked in girls' physical educa-
tion classes with Mrs, Higgins and Mr.
William Donovan of Tamaqua taught geog-
raphy in the junior high field with Mr. Les-
neski. Mr. Edward Weinberger of Honesdale
was guided in science subjects by Mr. Igo.
Mr. Snowball, chief custodian
in furnace room.
Miss Callen, Mr. Perks, Miss Paulakos, Mr.
Donovan, and Mr. Weinberger.
Representing our school this year were
ten baton-twirling beauties who preceeded
the band in all football season appearances,
Nancy Koontz, serving as head majorette,
led the girls in long summer and fall prac-
tices which resulted in well-received half-
time shows at football games. One special
feature was an Indian act performed at the
Conemaugh Twp. game.
A new innovation for majorettes was their
half-time exhibitions during our home bas-
ketball season. The girls demonstrated con-
tinued improvement in their technique and
crowd-pleasing skits, marking a successful
year of service. New uniforms were made
for these performances.
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The enlarged 63 member band under the expert
direction of our new supervisor of music, Mr. Louis
Giusto, performed with distinction throughout the
year. Stepping smartly to a snappier cadence, the
musicians executed a new 'Hi' routine as well as
intricate shows at half-time at our football games.
The band practiced long and hard, at time remaining
after school for special rehearsals.
Led by Ed Dallape, band president, and Barbara
f Mosgrave, secretary, the band held a special "tag
day' for raising funds to purchase new raincoats.
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Continued growt an
ighted the instrumental musical ventures ofthe school
A concert band began rehearsals in January, while
a 'Pep' band added a musical atmosphere to om
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Junior High Lnorusz
First Row: Hill, Adams, Adams, Shaffer, Reinholtz, Reed,
Burkett, Allison, Munko, Berkebile, Berg, Davis, Bagnato,
Rosenbaum, Gould, Edwards, Layton Scruggs, Mejia, Karan,
Brock, Mr. Giusto. Second Row: Wenck, Ruckosky, Karan,
Custer, Eastlake, Schmidt, Morihlatko, Saintz, Schlentner,
Lavely, Mishler, Katzenstein, Blue, Shaffer, Berg, Hocken-
smith, Harrison, Murray, Homyak, Moody, Rininger. Third
Row: Sorchilla, Wingard, Zimmer, Bobko, Pilzys, Krupa,
James, McConnell, Croyle, Stammely, Rokita, Rhodes, Rosen-
baum, Straub, Smith, Droz, Grening, Bauder, Lambert, Diehl.
Fourth Row: Berkebile, Safko, McCann, Klanchar, Lobb,
Burkhart, Reinholtz, Cherney, Ribblett, Hess, Jones, Barnes,
Kaufman, Scruggs, McDowell, Pavlick, Zeller, Berg, Ling,
A junior high school chorus, made up entirely of seventh
eighth graders, was begun for the first time this year. .linglug
part music, with the boys occasionally switching to the mel
the large group presented an excellent Christmas assembly
another one in the Spring.
Band Council: iffy,
First Row: E. Da11ape,J. Bag- E.
V. Tomak. Second Row: D.
Watts, T. Mock, N. Koontz, C.
Russell, J. Gindlesberger.
Third Row: D. Hunt.
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Boys' Quartet: B. Krum,
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Senior Mixed Chorus: 0 ' xy l
First Row: C. Brown, B. Mosgrave, J. GrimnT,sB. Cgwan, x X . P I . ' 2'
J. Burley, J. Gindlesperger, F. Dimpfl, D. Har ' fJ'XKUCh, ,, I
M. L. Hastings, J. Given, J. Dugan, M. Sqhmidt, . Giuiito, , f Q,
Director. Second Row: M. l-lern, 21. Gall,01o,'.M,Dgeng,DB1 -JL
Lanko, K. Kaufman, B. Ki-um, S. Sober, D.-- era ,fi B ,J '
Janosko, D. Swarny, B. Balog, J. Glover, J. tler. Third I Q "
Row: J. Clark, C. Easton, J. Slavick, J. StuverfC?.4l-Iolmglgf - ,q 4 Lf N I
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R. Leaf, D. Berkich, C. Fisher, B. Weavei-Q-Martello, fj
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The senior mixed chorus was continued this year under the
direction of Mr. Louis Giusto, our new music supervisor. Chorus
membership was increased to 55 voices, including many more
freshmen and sophomores than in former years. Amajor improve-
ment for choral work was the purchase by the Ferndale P. T. A. of
a set of stage risers enabling a convenient seating arrangement.
Uncompleted chorus plans at the time the yearbook goes to
press include plans to enter Forensic competition on the district
level, with hopes of getting into the state-wide contests. The
chorus has been at work on the required Forensic number, 'Dar-
lin," an American folksong.
The chorus appeared in a Thanksgiving assembly, while the
boy's quartet contributed their vocal talent to assemblies fre-
quently throughout the year. Accompanist for the chorus was
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The ten-member varsity cheerleading squad
coached this year by Mrs Sue Higgins carried
on the high standards of cheering which are
now traditional at Ferndale. The varsity squad
was ably led by Ann Grimaldi, captain, and
Terrie Weaver, co-captain. The cheerleaders
succeeded in winning fourth place honors in the
annual cheerleading contest with their cheer,
"Yellow Jacket's Praise.' During the year, the
girls led the cheers at all football and basket-
ball games and also planned many pep rallies
to whip up the enthusiasm of the student body.
There was also a Junior Varsity and Junior
High squad which cheered for their respective
basketball teams and prepared the girls for
future varsity cheering squads.
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mujir an romance.
Since the Junior-Senior Prom won't be 'till
May and the Reflector goes to press in Feb-
ruary, you will see on these pages pictures of
last year's prom. ln May of 1956, as last year,
the Prom will be held at Sunnehanna Country
Club. The dinner will be closed to Junior and
Senior class members, but the dance will be
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Top Circle: Stuver, Granda, Weaver.
A Left Circle: Warfel, Doyle.
Bottom Circle: Hemlng, stagehandg
Lux, Property, Martello, Make-u
Right Circle. Balog, Grimaldi
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"Mr, Co-Ed," a comedy in three acts, was the vehicle for senior class
dramatic talent this year. The locale of the play was Cedar Hill, an ex-
clusive eastern school for girls. Cedar Hill, however, was so deeply in
debt that even the ivy on the hallowed walls was mortgaged.
The story revolved around the desperate need to convince Mrs. Cobina
Colgate-Brewster, a rich but eccentric trustee, that she should contribute
the necessary money. Mrs. Brewster consented on the condition that one
Lotus Smith, her only grandchild whom she had never seen, must attend
the school. Interest was heightened by the encroaching presence of one
Mr. Oliver Lee Oliver and his new aviation cadet school. This growing
institution needed facilities and sought to purchase Cedar Hill.
Charming Eustacia Hayworth, dean of Cedar Hill, finally made the
arrangements for the arrival of Lotus Smith, feeling that at last her
financial difficulties were solved. However, to the consternation of every-
one, Lotus turns out to be a swash-buckling cow poke, 6'4" tall, from
Skeleton Hole, Wyoming.
The remainder of the action centered around the decision to conceal
the new male student's sex under petticoats and make-up, at least until
after Mrs. Brewster's contribution could be assured. Interesting roles
were included for Miss Carr, a frustrated poetry teacher, Miss Pooley,
an indefatigable gym teacher, and Homer, the outspoken school handyman.
As all good comedies do, the tangled circumstances gradually were
rearranged, with the result that Cedar Hill was finally saved by Mrs.
Brewster's repentant generosity, Homer successfully wooed the rich
widow, and Lotus continued his education.
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Senior Play Cast:
Lotus Smith - Don Berkich
Emily Manning - Donna Leffler
Eustacia Hayworth - Judy Matus
Geraldine Carr - Florence Warfel
Gilbert Glyer - Robert Doyle
Ruby - Judy Stuver
Carol - Terrie Weaver
Bernice - Rosann Granda
Mrs. Colgate Brewster - Marcia Hern
Mr. Oliver Lee Oliver - Tom Balog
Homer - Robert Yeager .
Dormitory girls - Linda Johnston, Joann Slavick, Judy Yarchak,
Top Circle: Blaschak Slavlk
Student Directors: Mr McGhee
Bottom Circle: Matus
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Man's love for the keen
thrill of competitive strife
has lured him to the field
of honor throughout re-
corded time, He trains,
perfects, excels - he wins
or loses - but the im-
portant thing has been the
pleasure of the meeting.
More and more, com-
petitive sports have come
to occupy a reserved niche
in the program of the mod-
ern school. Year after
year, boys large and small
from schools large and
small, cavort and strain
for personal and team glory
and honor. Such endeavor
typifies the American
scene, whether it be the
small fry on the asphalt
playground of grammar
school, the maturing youth
in the shiny gymnasiums
of high school, or young
manhood on the hallowed
gridirons of college cam-
Our school, competing
frequently beyond its class
against traditional rivals
who have outgrown it, has
found that victories grow
harder to obtain, however,
when victories are
achieved, they are even
sweeter for their elusive-
ness. The past year has
been a lean one in terms
of football victories and
basketball success, never-
theless, we are happy to
present in the following
pages the pictures and
stories concerning some
interesting events in
sports. We reaffirm our
conviction that the poet
voiced the athlete's true
creed with the words:
...Not the quarry, but
...Not the trophy, but
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Our varsity football squad began the 1955 season with
eight returning lettermen, including Hasse, Hildebrand,
Ashcom, K. Kaufman, Sabo, McCann, Balog, and Michalides.
Losing the services of Al Sabo and Bert Kaufman via
early-season injuries, the squad carried on with many
under-classmen in key posts. Being long on spirit and
short on experience, the team fared badly in the win
column, losing to every team except United Joint. ln
spite of a rather dismal record, the gridders continued
trying and learning throughout the campaign.
In the final game against traditional rival Westmont,
the Stingers faced an undefeated foe, but undermanned as
they were, our Jackets succumbed bya39-0 score. Despite
the poor record, the season produced valuable experience
for many boys. Twelve lettermen will return to bolster
Varsity Football Record
13 Richland Twp.
13 United Joint
6 Conemaugh Twp.
12 Johnstown Catholic
6 Adams Twp.
next year's squad.
The J . V. squad had a comparatively successful season
this year, posting a 4-2 record. The two losses came at
the hands of Conemaugh Twp., 33-19, and Richland, 13-6.
The four wins were recorded over Westmont, 21-7,
Franklin, 8-0, Conemaugh, 19-0, and Boswell, 26-6.
Individual scoring honors went to Paul Muffley with
26 points, and Bob Weaver with 25.
The team was coached again this year by Mr. Jack
Hyland. Many of the boys saw considerable action in var-
sity contests, providing much experience for campaigns
Jr. High Football:
Under the direction of Mr. Nyle Hershberger, our
large squad of Junior High hopefuls had a respectable
season, winning one, tying three, and losing two games.
The record included a 6-6 stalemate with Catholic, and
scoreless deadlocks with Franklin and Conemaugh Twp.
Defeated by Richland, 25-6, the little Jackets reversed
the tables later to the tune of 26-0. The other loss was to
Shade Twp. by a 20-13 tally. General public and school
interest in the Junior High gridders was evidenced by good
crowds at all games.
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First Row: Mr. Michael, Mr. Hyland, L. Blue, E. Jan-
osko, D. Bodnar, R. Michalides, K. Kaufman, L. Marsh,
R. Fedornock, B. Cvrkei, J. Gander, B. Kaufman, A,
Sabo. Second Row: K. Schlentner, T. Balog, B. Kurtz,
J. Hoffman, R. Kuhs, R. Sanker, B. Ashcom, J. Cuppett,
S. Burkett. Third Row: L. Rankin, J. McCann, T. Hasse,
B. Hildebrand, C. Fisher, B. Weaver, G. Simmons, J,
Black, J. Biber.
B. Krum, B. Doyle, J. Berg.
Junior High Football Team:
Front, Kneeling: P. lmler, B. Cuppett. First Row: R.
Kurtz, C. Sunch, L. Scruggs, B. McDaniel, W. Jeroy, B.
Kaufman, J. Karas, D. Eppley, B. Allen, V. Martello, M.
Rosenbaum. Second Row: Coach Hershberger, Ass't
Coach Ryan, R. Leventry, T. Kegg, I. Hartfiel, V.
Speicher, J. Hawyrlak, F. Hirsch, R. Pauline, J. Savelski.
Third Row: R. Gavazzoni, W. Hoffman, D. Cammerata,
G. Sass, M. Povich, J. Garner, R. Barnes. Fourth Row:
J. Katzenstein, R. Wissinger, A. Bezek, T. Dutko, R.
Horvath, A. Kush, W. Kesslak, L. Clark. '
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With only two seniors on the varsity
squad, our team of inexperienced under-
classmen fared rather badly in district
basketball circles. Compiling a record
of seven wins against fourteen losses
for the season, our Jackets could do no
better than a fifth place finish in Tri-
County League competition.
Bob Weaver led the scoring parade
with 345 markers, followed by Huck
Hildebrand's 312 and Sophomore Rich
Sanker's 244. Despite the sub-par rec-
ord, the team gained valuable experi-
ence for future hardwood campaigns.
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Varsity Basketball Record:
F. H. S.
Conem augh Twp
wins: 14 losses
Kneeling: J. Hoffman, J. Gander, B. Doyle, B. Krum, R. Clawson, P. Muffley.
Standing: R. Kuhs, D. Bodnar, Mr. Hyland, J. Cuppett, B. Kaufman.
Sanker :md Hildebrand go after
a rebound at Richland.
Hunt tries a free throw while Weaver and
McCann get set.
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W ' F. H. S. 32 United Joint 16
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21 Westmont 32
39 Conemaugh 44
30 Joseph Johns 23
32 Cochran 39
29 Conemaugh 27
26 Garfield 22
46 Conemaugh Twp. 24
51 Franklin 25
33 Richland 46
38 Joseph Johns 37
38 Cochran 33
35 Franklin 27
26 Garfield 38
34 Westmont 33
51 Conemaugh Twp. 28
28 Richland 43
p 12 winsg 6 losses
Junior High Basketball:
First Row: N. Gavazonni, C. Cooper, M. Povich, J. Garner, B.
Thomas, B. Jeroy, B. Allen, B. Imler, manager. Second Row: Coach
Nyle Hershberger, R. Horvath, B. Kesslak, F. Ziants, R. Ziants,
A. Bezek, D. Wissinger, L. Clark, B. Cuppett, manager. ,
Junior Varsity Basketball Record
F. H. S.
7 wins: 12 losses
Junior High Basketball:
First Row: T. Cammerata, T. Croyle, L. Scruggs, R. Rokita, J
Reinholtz. Second Row: Coach Hershberger, B. Kaufman, J. Spei-
cher, B. Hoffman, B. Barnes, B. McDanie1s.
Track - 1955:
First Row: J. Gander, E. Janosko, R. Homola, G. Rigchey,
E. Karashin, G. Jones, P. Mufiley, E. Dallape. Second Row:
Manager B. Thomas, T. Balog, J. Ryan, R. Wagner, R. Ash-
com, E. Hasse, E. Biber, R. Hunt, W. Black, R. Sanker, Man-
ager P. Imler. Third Row: Coach N. Hershberger, L. Rankin,
R. Weaver, R. Kurtz, R. Fetsko, R. Dallape, M- Z3-h0l'3Uv R-
Hildebrand, D. Jamison, Coach D. Michael.
The Ferndale Thinclads in 1955 boasted a fairly suc-
cessful season as they copped one of the three top places
in the majority of their meets.
The Stingers placed third in the opening quadrangular
meet at Conemaugh Township. The Indians took first, with
Windber and Ferndale battling it out to a close second and
At the annual Coaches Meet in Altoona the Yellow
Jacket Track Team copped a third 'place in class B com-
ln Tri-County competition the Stingers again held onto
third place, placing behind two top teams of the district,
Johnstown and Windber.
Then the Ferndale Yellow Jackets defeated the Hill-
toppers in two track meets at Price Memorial Field, with
the Jacket Varsity scoring a 59-41 victory, and The Junior
High a 59-37 triumph, The Stingers held a first place in
almost every event.
Ferndale dropped back to snag only a fifth place in the
Junior Pitt Meet as they lagged behind amidst tough com-
petition. Adams-Summerhill copped a first in the Class B
Goli - 1955:
First Ravi: H. Gehlman, R. Yeager, R. Otto
R. Fetsko, J. Homyak, R. Swarny, W. Gaspar
Second Row: T. Balog, A. Sabo, R. Kurtz
R. Skinkiss, R. Hunt, I. Gallagher, Coach N
The 1955 Ferndale golf team, under the supervision
of Coach Nyle Hershberger, went on to hold that superb
record of all wins and no losses, as they completed their
seventh straight year, undefeated.
The five regulars on the team were Jim Gallagher,
Bob Scheer, Bob Fetsko, Tom Balog, and Al Sabo, each
of whom did a fine job in winning their matches against
such teams as Jr. Pitt, Catholic High, and Ligonier.
Other team members were Bob Swarny, Bob Kurtz, Bob
Yeager, John Homyak, Herm Gehlman, Bill Gaspar, Ron
Otto, Dick Hunt, and Ralph Skinklss. Ferndale won their
opening match by downing Jr. Pitt, 10-8, in the closest
battle of the season. The next match was at Ligonier with
the Stingers coming out on top, 11 112-6 1f2. The last
two matches were played at home with Catholic Hi, with
the Yellow Jackets downing their rivals twice 15-3, and
The Ferndale High baseball team in 1955 broke even
with a 6-6 record. One of the wins came on a forfeited
game by Conemaugh. The Stingers were beaten twice by
Johnstown, 3-0, and 3-1. Westmont also took Ferndale
in hand twice by the score of 3-1 and 5-4. Franklin was
the only team the Jackets were able to beat twice, our
boys winning by scores of 8-4 and 6-2.
Ferndale led the league in the number of hits per
team. This was largely offset by the fact that they also
had twice as many errors as any team they played. Few
of the Jacket's hits went for extra bases, with Mick
Zahoran hitting the team's only homer:
Huck Hildebrand, Ted Hasse, and Ted Rager were the
three lone pitchers of the Stinger mound staff. Hilde-
brand posed a 3-2 record, while Ted Hasse had a 2-1
record and Rager a 0-3 log.
Bob Scheer, one of our 1955 links-
Baseball Team - 1955
First Row: B. Popchak, K. Kaufman, E. Janosko, R.. Clawson. Second Row J
Hoffman, K. Frieben, F. Malisko, J. McCann, L. Brasher, H. Bodnar. Third
Row: J. Hyland, coach, R. Weaver, E. Hasse, M. Zahoran, R. Hildebrand, T
Rager, N. Gavazzoni, manager.
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Ashcom, Robert3 553 Glenwood Ave. Baseball 43 Bas-
ketball 1,33 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 F-Club
3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Boys lnterclass 2,43
Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Forensic 2,3,43 Student Council
1,23 Courier 43 Ring Committee 33 Key Club 3,43
Drivers Training 4.
Bagley, Harold3 1619 Pilgrim Court. Drivers Train-
Balog, Thomas3 222 Gable St. Basketball 1,2,33 Foot
ball 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 F-Club 3, President 43
Golf 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 23 Forensic 23 Reflector
43 Courier 2,3,43 Senior Play, actor 43 Prom Com-
mittee 33 Ring Committee 33 Class Officer, Vice-
President 3, 4.
Bassett, Louise3 R. D. 51 Box 258. Senior Play, make-
up 43 Y-Teens 4. Transferred here in Senior year.
Berg, Jack3 R. D. 01 Box 106. Sports Manager 43
Student Council 33 Courier 2,3,43 Senior Play, pub-
licity 43 Prom Committee 33 Ring Committee 33
Audio-Visual 43 Key Club 3,4.
Berkich, D0l'l21dQ 540 Summit Ave. Mixed Chorus 3,43
Boys Quartet 33 Forensic 3,43 Senior Play, actor 43
Junior Play 33 Reflector 4. Transferred here in
Bevec, Mary Jane3 363 Sam St.
Black, Walter3 379 Sam St. Football 2,3,43 Track 33
Drivers Training 3.
Blaschak, Carolyng 336 Hall St. Girls lnterclass 1, 2,
3,43 G.A.A. 3, Secretary 43 J.V. Cheerleader, Co-
Captain 23 Band, Marching 33 Student Council 1,2,33
F.H.A. 23 Reflector 43 Courier 43Senior Play, student
director 43 Y-Teens 1,33 Secretary 2,33 Prom Com-
mittee 33 Ring Committee 33 Audio Visual 43 Class
Officer, Sec-Treas. 33 Librarian 1,2,33 Drivers
Training 43 Usher 43 Quill 4: Scroll 4.
Buckman, Thelma Jean3 916 Boston St. Mixed Chorus
3,43 Forensic 3,43 Student Council 43 Y-Teens 3, 43
Pep Club 4. Transferred here in Junior year.
Bushwack, Bud3 264 View St. Track 1,23 Boys lnter-
class 33 Student Council 33 Prom Committee 33 Ring
Clark, Judith3 519 Margaret Ave. Girls lnterclass 1,
2,3,43 G.A.A. 43 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Forensic 2,3,43
Band, Marching 3, Concert 33 Usher 43 Prom Com-
mittee 33 Librarian 23 Junior Play 33 Quill 6 Scroll
43 Drivers Training 4.
Cramer, Nancy Jo3 517 Glenwood Ave. Girls lnter-
class 1,23 Band, Marching 1,2,33 Concert 1,2,33
F.l-LA. 23 Reflector 43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 Drivers
Training 33 Audio Visual 43 Usher 4.
Dallape, Edward3 401 Moxham Ave. Basketball 1,2,3,
43 Track 2,3,43 F-Club 2,3,43 Band, Marching 1,2,
3,43 Concert 1,2,3,43 Officer, President 43 Band
Council 1,2,3,43 Student Council 23 Class Officer,
President 13 Drivers Training 3.
Dallape, Raymond3 401 Moxham Ave. Basketball 2, 33
Football 1,2,33 Track 1,2,33 Student Council, Presi-
dent 3,43 Ring Committee 3.
Decker, Dolores3 R. D. 51 Box 271. Girls lnterclass 1,
23 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Ring Comm lttee 3.
Dickson, Th0ll'l3Sj 402 Glenwood Ave. Football 13
Tl'2.Ck 19 27 3.
Diehl, Beverly3 112 Gable St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,3,43
G.A.A. 43 Senior Play, make-up 43 Y-Teens 1,3,4,
Treasurer 23 Drivers Training 4.
Dorman, Barbara3 728 Glenwood Ave. Girls lnterclass
13 Mixed Chorus .3,43 Forensic 3,43 Band, Marching
1,2,3,43 Concert 1,2,3,43 Reflector 43 Courier 43
Y-Teens 1,2,43 Drivers Training 4.
Doyle, Robert3 832 Vickroy Ave. Football 13 Basketball
13 Track 1,23 F-Club 43 Sports Manager 3,43 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,43 Forensic 2,3,43 Band, Marching 1,23
Concert 1,23 Student Council 33 Reflector 43 Courier
3, Editor 43 Senior Play, actor 43 PromCommittee 33
Junior Play 33 Quill In Scroll 3,43 Key Club 3,4.
Dutko, Janet3 397 Caroline St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,3,43
G.A.A. 3,43 F.H.A. 23 Y-Teens 19213143 Nurses Club
43 Drivers Training 4. V
Fedornock, Richard3 317 Crystal St. Baseball 1,2,33
Basketball 1,2,33 Track 13 F-Club 43 Stagehand 4.
Fisher, Campbell3 427 Vickroy Ave. Basketball 13
Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Boys lnterclass 2,3,43
Mixed Chorus 3,43 Forensic 3,43 Courier 1,2,3,43
Key Club 3, 4.
Fisher, GCOFQBQ 407 Moxham Ave. Boys lnterclass 4.
Transferred here in Senior year..
Fisher, HOW3.l'dQ 407 Moxham Ave. Drivers Training
4. Transferred here in Senior year.
Frieben, Kenneth3 169 Anthony St. Baseball 3,43 Bas-
ketball 1,23 Football 1,2,3,43 F-Club 3,43 Boys Inter-
Gehlman, William3 333 Kennard. St. Football 1,33 Boys
lnterclass 43 Senior Play, stagehand 4.
Gollan, Magdalene3 R.D. 01 Box 249. Girls lnterclass
1,2,3,43 Band, Marching 1,23 Majorette 1,23 Usher
43 Y-Teens l,3,43 President 23 Ring Committee 3.
Granda, Rosarm3 128 Alma Ave. Mixed Chorus 2,3,43
Forensic 2,3,43 Reflector 43 Courier 2,3,43 Senior
Play actress 43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 Ring Committee 33
Nurses Club 4.
Grimaldi, Ann3 209 Habicht St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,
3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 43 Usher
43 F.H.A. 23 Reflector 43 Courier 43 Senior Play,
actress 43 Y-Teens 1,3, Inter-Club Council 2,43 Ring
Committee 33 Audio Visual 43 Drivers Training 33
Pep Club 4.
Harper, Paul3 400 Diamond St. Football 33 Boys lnter-
class 43 Senior Play, stagehand 43 Prom Committee
3. Transferred here in Junior year.
Hartfiel, Dean3 209 Porter St. Mixed Chorus 2,3,43
Forensic 2,3,43 Band, Marching 3,43 Concert 3,43
Key Club 3,43 Drivers Training 3.
Hasse, Edward3 717 Glenwood Ave. Baseball 1,2,3,43
Basketball 1,2,33 Track 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 F-
Club 2,3,43 Student Council 13 Ring Committee 33
Class Officer, Sec-Treas. 23 Key Club 3,4.
Heming, Raymond3 428 Terry St. Boys lnterclass 43
Senior Play, stagehand 43 Ring Committee 33 Audio
Hern, Marcla3 639 112 Vickroy Ave. Girls lnterclass
43 Mixed Chorus 43 Forensic 43 Student Council 43
Senior Play, actress 43 Y-Teens 43 Drivers Training
43 Pep Club 4. Transferred here in Senior year.
Hildebrand, Robert3 501 Ferndale Ave. Baseball 2,3,43
Basketball 2,3,43 Football 3,45 F-Club 3,4.
I-lomyak, John3 359 Hall St. Football 13 Golf 3,43
Drivers Training 4.
Johnston, Linda3 308 Ober St. Reflector 43 Senior
Play, actress 43 Y-Teens 1,2,3.,43 Prom Committee
33 Librarian 33 Drivers Training 43 Nurses Club 43
Pep Club 43 Girls lnterclass 2.
Kaufman, Kenneth3 525 Glenwood Ave. Baseball 3,43
Football 1',2,3, captain 43 F-Club 3,43 Boys lnter-
class 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 All-County
Chorus 2,3,43 Student Council 13 Reflector 43Courler
2,3,43 Prom Committee 3Q,Ril'lg Committee 33 Class
Officer, President 43 Junior Plav 3: Key Club 4.
Koontz, Nancyi 572 Margaret Ave. Girls lnterclass 2,
3,43 G.A.A. 43 Bantl, Concert 3,43 Band Council 43
Y-Teens 2,3,43 Quill G Scroll 43 Majorette 3,Head 43
Usher 43 F.H.A. 23 Reflector, Editor 43 Drivers
Training 43 Nurses Cl 43 Pep Club 4. A
Krise, Bertha5 340 Hall St. F.ll.A. 25 Reflector 45
Courier 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Drivers Training 4.
Kush, Audrey5 218 Crystal St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 25 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Drivers
Leaf, Ronald5 417 Glenwood Ave. Basketball 1,2,35
Track 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45, Boys Quartet 1,2,
3,45 Forensic 2,3,45 All-County Chorus 2,3,45 Band,
Marching 1, Concert 1, Swing 15 Key Club 45 Drivers
Leffler, Donna5 706 Ferndale Ave. Girls lnterclass 1,2,
3,45 G.A.A. 45 Cheerleader 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Forensic '3,45 Usher 45 Courier 3,45 Senior Play,
actress 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 25 Ring
Committee 35 Class Officer, Sec-Treas. 45 Librarians
1,2,35 Junior Play 35 Drivers Training 3.
Lemansky, Helen5 R. D. ill Box 91. Girls lnterclass 45
F.l-LA. 25 Reflector 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Drivers Training 4.
Lux, Patricia5 414 Ferndale Aye. Girls lnterclass l,2,
3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Usher 45 FcH.A. 25 Reflector 45
Senior Play, property 45 Audio Visual 45 Librarian
1,2,3,45 Drivers Training 35 Nurses Club 45 Pep
Majercsik, William5 114 Kartes St.
Martello, Geraldine5 381 Sam St. Mixed Chorus 2,3,45
Forensic 2,3,45 Band, Marching 35 Concert 35 Usher
45 Student Council 1,45 Reflector 45 Senior Play,
make-up 45 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Program Chairman 45
Ring Committee 35 Junior Play 35 Nurses Club 4.
Matus, Judith5 333 I-labicht St. Jr. High Cheerleader 15
Mixed Chorus 25 Forensic 25 F.l-l.A. 25 Senior Play,
actress 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35
Class Officer, Vice-President 15 Nurses Club 4.
Maystrovich, Sonja5 R. DJ1 Box 260. Girls lnterclass
15 Reflector 45 Courier 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Ring
Mlchalldes, Rlchard5 375 Lunen St. Football 3,45 Track
1,2,35 F-Club 3,45 Boys lnterclass 1,2,3,45 Drivers
Mlinar, Virginla5 86 l-labicht St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,
3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Band, Marching 35 Usher 45 F.l'l.A.
25 Courier 45 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Treasurer 45 Drivers
Rager, Ted5 R.360 Ohio St., Baseball 35 Basketball 35
Track 1,2,3,45 Boys lnterclass 1,25 Audio Visual 45
Drivers Training 3.
Russell, Carol5 R.D. 01 Box 274. Band, Concert 2,3,
45 Majorette 2,3,45 Senior Play, actress 45 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 Pro Committee 35 Pep Club 4.
Ryan, James5 160 Gilbert St. Basketball 1,2,35 Foot-
ball 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 F-Club 2,3 ,45 Boys lnterclass
45 Prom Committee 35 Ring Committee 35 Class
Officer5 Sec-Treas. 1, President 2,3.
Sabo, Albert5 101 Gable St. Baseball 1,2,45 Basketball
1,25 Football 1,2,35 captain 45 Golf 3,45 Boys lnter-
class 3,45 Student Council 1,2,45 Ring Committee 35
Slavik, Evelyn5 275 Snow St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 Cheerleader 25 Band, Marching 35 Usher
45 F.H.A. 25 Reflector 45 Courier 45 Senior Play,
student director 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Audio Visual 45
Librarians 25 Junior Play 35 Drivers Training 4.
Slavick, Joann5 273 Snow St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 J.V. Cheerleader 1, captain 25 Varsity
Cheerleader 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Forensic 3,45
Usher 45 Student Council 25 Reflector 45 Courier 3,
45 Senior Play, actress 45 Y-Teens 1,2, Inter-Club
Council 3, President 45 Drivers Training 4.
Stuver, Judith5 872 Ferndale Ave. Girls lnterclass 1,
2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3, President 45 Tumbling Team 25
Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Forensic 2,3,45 Band, Marching
3,45 Usher 45 Y-Teens 1,4, Inter-Club Council 2,
Vice-President 35 Librarians 1,35 Drivers Training
35 Pep Club 45 Reflector 4.
Teeter, Harry5 R. D. ill Box 209. Class Officer, Vice-
President 25 Drivers Training 3.
Tercek, Robert5 113 Clair Ave. Basketball 1.
Warfel, Florence5 171 Gilbert St. Usher 45 Reflector
45 Courier 3,45 Senior Play, actress 45 Y-Teens 1,
2,3,45 Librarian 2,35 Quill Cz Scroll 3,45 Drivers
Training 45 Nurses Club 45 Pep Club 4.
Weaver, Terrie5 201 I-lystone Ave. Girls lnterclass
1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3, Vice-President 45 Cheerleader
l,2,3, co-captain 45 Usher 45 Student Council 15
F.H.A. 25 Reflector 45 Courier 45 Senior Play, ac-
tress 45 Y-Teens 1,3,4, Program Chairman 25 Prom
Committee 35 Audio Visual 45 Librarian 1,2,35 Junior
Play 35 Quill 0 Scroll 45 Drivers Training 35 Pep
Yarchak, Judith5 220 l-labicht St. Girls lnterclass 1,2,
3,45 G.A.A. 45 Band, Marching 1,2,35 Concert 1,2,35
Usher 45 F.H.A. 25 Senior Play, actress 45 Y-Teens
1,2,4, Treasurer 35 Ring Committee 35 Audio Visual
45 Librarian 25 Drivers Training 45 Nurses Club 4.
Yeager, R.obert5 100 Jade St. Golf 3,45 Mixed Chorus
25 Forensic 25 Senior Play, actor 45 Drivers Training
Zimmer, Arlene5 339 Kennard St. Band, Marching 1,2,
3,45 Concert 1,2,45 F.H.A. 25 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45
Librarian 25 Drivers Training 4.
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Just how your future lives may go.
Some may be false, some may be true,
But here we've planned your lives for you.
Poor Ashcom suffers from sore feet,
For Bob's a cop who pounds a beat.
Our Harold Bagley does okay,
Makes pizza in his shop all day.
Tom Balog doctors us with guileg
Cures all the girls with just a smile.
Although dancing was not her aim,
Louise Bassett has won her fame.
Jack Berg now works for N. B. C.,
As an announcer on T, V,
Don Berkich with his gentle talk,
Returns lost lambs to our Father's flock.
Mary Jane Bevec, and no other,
ls the perfect wife and mother.
Joe Black flies through the air with ease,
An Air-force corporal, if you pleasel
Carolyn Blaschak we can see,
Is perched upon her boss's knee.
Jean Buckman is a happy wife,
She says there is no greater life.
Bud Bushwack now is in the stars,
With his first rocket ship to Mars.
Judy's in the bucks we see,
She owns the Clark bar factory.
Nancy Cramer's on the stage,
She reads commercials by the page.
Ed Dallape gets a hand,
For he's conducting his own band.
Ray Dallape, for a sum,
Fixes cars and makes them hum.
Dolly Decker, township girl,
ls married to an English earl.
Tom Dickson, suave and debonair,
Enjoys the life of a millionaire.
For the best beautician work by far,
Beverly Diehl deserves a star.
Barbara Dorman is a cook,
Her recipes aren't from a book.
Bob is watching the profits climb,
As Doyle and Son's work overtime.
Janet Dutko waves your hair,
ln any style you'd like to wear.
"Chich' Fedornock stays quite cool,
He owns the Bgvnstown gmming pool.
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A Fisher by the name of Cam,
Sings to you your telegram.
George Fisher tames wild beasts of prey,
Gathered from Boston to Bombay.
Howie Fisher's making money,
Broadway critics find him funny.
Ken Frieben works with might and main,
Alleviating toothache pain.
A Gehlman by the name of Bill,
Now gathers rubber in Brazil.
Maggie Golian takes dictation,
But golfing is her avocation.
A Granda who is called Rosann,
ls princess now, of Hindustan.
Anne Grimaldi's teaching gym,
Risking both her life and limb.
Paul Harper is a great sensation,
He owns the Chrysler Corporation.
Dean Hartfiel kills your little mice,
And slaughters termites for a price.
Although Ted Hasse's not employed,
This carefree guy is not annoyed.
Ray Heming's diner is on top,
The Airmont is the place to stop.
Marcia Hern is in a tizzy,
Trying to keep her pupils busy.
Hildebrand's our counter-spy,
Huck's working for the F. B. l.
John Homyak, now, has found a way,
To keep your hair from growing gray.
Linda Johnston shocked us all,
By winding up a gangster's moll.
Ken Kaufman's one we won't forget,
For soon he opens at the "Met.'
Nancy Koontz, our nurse in white,
ls charming patients left and right.
Bertha Krise with her red hair,
Does all the work for our new mayor.
A gourmet thinks on first awaking,
Of Audrey Kush's yummy baking.
To have prescriptions filled with skill,
Ron Leaf's Drug Store will 'fill the bill."
Hollywood has a new star,
Donna Leffler's going far.
Helen Lemansky of our group,
ls in a traveling acting troupe.
The Lux thatwe once knew as Pat,
ls now an agile acrobat.
Bill Majercsik drives a cab,
He does not find that life is drab.
Art critics have bestowed renown,
Upon Lee Marsh, who paints our town.
Gerry Martello is her name,
Her tennis playing brought her fame.
Judy Matus owns a farm,
A background for her wholesome charm
Sonja Maystrovich is paid,
For every Sonja doll that's made.
Rich Michalides, for a fee,
A football game will referee.
Virginia Mlinar on this list,
ls now a noted novelist.
The Boro now is spic and span,
Ted Rager is the garbage man.
Carol Russell, clad in spangles,
From a trapeze, on high, dangles.
For the top used-car deal in town,
Jim Ryan's lot's the best around.
Al Sabo sails the seven seas,
And swabs the salty decks with ease.
Evelyn Slavik now is rich,
A millionaire she did bewitch.
Joann Slavick struts for shows,
That feature all the latest clothes.
As Speaker of the House we see,
Steve Sober has made history.
Judy Stuver will admit,
That teaching is her favorite.
Harry Teeter's growing gray,
For his fifth kid is on the way.
Robert Tercek carves tombstones,
Which rest above our moulding bones.
Florence Warfel, president,
ls head now of our government.
Terrie Weaver is a whizz,
At mixing chemicals that fizz.
Judy Yarchak, beauty queen,
Models clothes for Seventeen.
When cowboy Yeager's on his steed,
His cattle never will stampede.
We all admit that Arlene Zimmer,
Is our most curvacious swimmer.
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