Ferndale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1962 volume:
The Senior Class of Ferndale-Dale High School
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4 Activities 68
6 Sports 102
8 Senior Activities 128
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Seniors 18 The yearbook of the Class of ’62 has been dedicated to Mr. Glenn Broucher. Mr. "B” is the head of the art department of Ferndale-Dale Schools. Mr. "B,” himself a fine artist, instills in his pupils a desire to improve their style and technique. Mr. "B’s” summer school is capped with an art exhibit held in the F.D.H.S. gym. Mr. "B” is a fine example of a teacher devoted to his work, and the quality of his pupil's projects is all the testimony needed for his skill as an instructor. Mr. "B’s” efforts to heighten school
spirit during the sports seasons is an example of his desire to improve our school and bring recognition to it. Mr. "B” is a person devoted to his vocation, and who also has the initiative to consistently improve and mold the work of his stu-, dents.Elmer J. Berkebile has capably served as our high school principal for seven years. He was graduated from Adams Twp. High School and attended Juniata College. He received his master's degree at the University of Pittsburgh.
S. Ray Grimm Jr. is a veteran performer with eight years service to our school in the supervising principal capacity. He was graduated from Adams Twp. High School and attended Washington and Jefferson. He received his master's degree at the University of Pittsburgh.
Russell R. Grumling, as one of our sponsors, has efficiently backed our school program for four years, acting as assistant supervising principal. He was graduated from the former Dale High School and attended Albright College. He received his master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Richard Rodgers has served as assistant "director,” or, in other words, assistant principal at our Dale building. He was graduated from the former Southmont High School and attended the University of Pittsburgh.
6Mrs. Stutzman—our capable high school secretary. Mrs. Stutzman graduated from Johnstown Central High School. As secretary to one of our sponsors, she has kept our "show on the go.”
Mrs. Koerber—a graduate of the former Ferndale High and Cambria Rowe Business College. She has been an efficient "spoke" in the "wheel” of our school affairs, and has kept us running smoothly.
Miss Killinger—a graduate of Dale High School does an efficient job of keeping our Dale Junior High on a smoothly running production schedule.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Petchar, Mr. Schrum, Mr. Scheer, Mr. Polca, Mr. Cook. Mr. Burkett. STANDING: Mr. Harbaugh, Mr. Schlcntner, Mr. Jones, Mr. Hamilton.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Browning, Mr. Rummel, Mr. Brehm, Mr. Koch, Mr. Stephey, Mrs. James. STANDING: Mr. Harrison, Mr.
Gindlesberger, Mr. Bush, Mr. Varner, Mr. Claycomb.MR. ALLISON: Guidance Director: was graduated from the former Ferndale High School; attended Juniata College and did post graduate work at University of Pittsburgh; special school activities student council advisor.
MR. IGO: Junior homeroom teacher; was graduated from New Florence High School; attended Indiana State Teachers College and did post graduate studies at Penn State; teaches chemistry, physics, and science; special school activities include: Jets Club advisor and assistant advisor Hunting and Fishing Club.
MRS. CHRISTENSEN: Junior homeroom
teacher; was graduated from Beckley Business College; teaches typing and shorthand; special school activities include: Junior class advisor and business manager of the Courier.
MR. CRAWFORD: Junior homeroom teacher was graduated from Richland High School and attended Indiana State Teacher's College and University of Pittsburgh; teaches bookkeeping, typing, business math and general business; special activities include: co-advisor of junior class and supervisor of work program.MRS. RODGERS: School librarian, was graduated from Bangor High School, Bangor, Pa. and attended Hood College; received her Library Certificate at State College, Kutztown, Pa.
MRS. NYCUM: Sophomore homeroom teacher; was graduated from Johnstown, Central High School; attended Hood College, Frederick, Maryland; teaches home economics; special school activities include: Jr. Y-Teen advisor.
MR. FICCO: Sophomore homeroom teacher; was graduated from Greensburg High School; attended Indiana State College, teaches sophomore English; special school activities include: advisor of the Courier and Sophomore Class Play.
MR. McGHEE: Sophomore homeroom teacher; was graduated from high school at Kingston, Pa.; attended Wilkes College and did post graduate studies at University of Pittsburgh; teaches Spanish, French, and Junior English; special school activities include: director of senior play.
MISS KLEINMEYER: Sophomore homeroom teacher; was graduated from Dale High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches C.O.P.. bookkeeping, typing, and business exploratory; special school activities include: advisor of Sr. Y-Teens.MR. SUCK: Senior Homeroom teacher was graduated from Johnstown High School; attended University of Pittsburgh; teaches English. P.O.D., and College English; special activities include: Faculty Manager and co-advisor of-Hunting and Fishing Club.
MR. MITCHELL: Senior Homeroom teacher was graduated from Dale High School and attended Otterbein College and later Duke University; teaches Senior English and P.O.D.
MR. HERSHBERGER: Senior Homeroom teacher; was graduated from Richland Twp. High School and attended Pennsylvania State University; teaches Mathematics; special activities include: Jr. High Football coach, Jr. High Basketball coach, and Senior Class advisor.
MR. SCHOENWALDER: Senior Homeroom teacher was graduated from Conemaugh Twp. High School; attended Texas Wesleyan College; teaches Civics and history; special activities include: REFLECTOR advisor and advisor of Future Teachers Club.MR. WOLF: was graduated from Ripley. High School, New York; attended Buffalo State College; teaches industrial arts.
MR. WFBER: was graduated from California High School, attended California State College and did post graduate work at Columbia University; teaches drawing and general shop; special school activities: Crafts Club.
MR. MATSKO: Ninth grade homeroom; was graduated from Adams Township; attended Michigan State University; teaches history and general science; special school activities: Assistant football coach and head wrestling coach.
MR. WILLIAMS: was graduated from Cambria High School; attended Indiana State College and did post graduate work at Syracuse University; teaches vocal music and general music; special school activities: Boys’ Glee Club.
MISS RAGER: Freshman homeroom; was graduated from Laura Lamar High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches English and Spanish; special school activities: director. Junior Class play.
MR. HETRICK: was graduated from South Fork High School; attended Albright College; teaches Latin and history; special school activities: Hunting and Fishing
Club advisor.MR. McKAY: was graduated from Adams Twp. High School; attended University of Pittsburgh; teaches geography and science; special school activities include: advisor of Geography and Science Club and Jr. High Football and Track Coach.
MR. VOLK: was graduated from Windber High School; attended Indiana State Teachers College; teaches Instrumental music, band, general music; special school activities include: Dance Band.
MR. RIGBY: Freshman homeroom teacher; was graduated from Dale High School; attended Slippery Rock State Teachers College; teaches health and physical education; head basketball coach, golf coach, gymnastics club sponsor.
MR. BAUER: was graduated from Franklin High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches senior math, 8th grade math, 9th grade science.
MRS. BLOUGH: Seventh grade homeroom teacher; was graduated from Johnstown High School; attended Indiana State College and Pitt University; teaches English; special school activities include: Junior High Drama Club.
MRS. WILLIAMSON: Eighth grade homeroom teacher was graduated from Johnstown High School; attended Lock Haven College; teaches math and algebra; special school activities include: advisor of Junior High Math Club.MR. BAILEY: Freshman homeroom teacher; was graduated from Westmont Upper Yoder High School; attended Juniata College and did post graduate work at Penn State; special school activities: chess club advisor.
MRS. PUDLINER: was graduated from Johnstown High School; attended Slippery Rock State College; teaches physical education, reading, and guidance.
MR. CLARK: was graduated from Monessen High School; attended Slippery Rock State College and did post graduate work at University of Pittsburgh; teaches English; special school activities: Rod and Gun Club advisor.
MRS. ANDERSON: was graduated from
Johnstown High School; attended Slippery Rock State College; teaches health and physical education; special school activities: Pep Club, co-advisor of cheerleaders and co-advisor of G.A.A.
MRS. LING: graduated from Berlin High School; attended Mercy Hospital School of Nursing; received her degree from Indiana State College; special activities: advisor to Future Nurses Club.
MRS. SLICK: was graduated from Ferndale High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches girls health, physical education, and language arts; special school activities: cheerleader advisor.
13MR. HYLAND: was graduated from Scott High School, North Braddock. Pa.; attended Slippery Rock State College; teaches biology and physiology; special school activities include: Director of Athletics. Head Football Coach, Varsity Club advisor, and Director of Recreation.
MR. LEAF: was graduated from high school in Laketon, Indiana; attended California State College; did graduate work at Penn State, Slipper)' Rock State College and Indiana State College; teaches drivers’ education and history.
MRS. HARGREAVES: was graduated from Conemaugh Twp. High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches home economics, health and reading; special school activities include: advisor of Y-Teens. (One-half day teacher—not present when picture was taken.)
MRS. FELIX: was graduated from Adams Twp. High School; attended Indiana State College; teaches music education; special school activities include: chorus and band. (One-ha If day teacher—not present when picture was taken.)
MR. PASTERNAK: was graduated from Johnstown Central High School; attended Indiana State College and is now doing graduate work at Carnegie Tech; teaches art; special school activities include: advisor of Art Club.
MR. BUTLER: was graduated from Blairs-ville High School; attended Indiana State Teachers College; teaches science and geography; special school activities include: advisor of Science Club and assistant wrestling coach.
MR. PFHL’L: was graduated from Johnstown High School; attended University of Pittsburgh; teaches biology, health; and physical education; special school activities include: Gymnastics Club, cross country, basketball, and track coach.
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The Class of17With Our Favorites . . .
NICEST SMILE: George Kassander Shirley Kleinmeyer
NICEST HAIR: Pattie Mejia John Musulin
CLASS CUT UPS: Bonnie Walsh Jim Jeroy
MOST ATHLETIC: Sandy Barefoot John Lech
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: BEST LOOKS: BEST DRESSED:
Joan Bartlebaugh Theresa Cernak Nancy Brant
Rick Allen Kerry Robertson Larry Zima
MOST MUSICAL: MOST STUDIOUS: NICEST ALL AROUND: PRETTIEST EYES:
Elsa Siehl Beverly Schrock Judy McDowell Darwin Maldet
Bill Frombach Harold Hall Jude Gehlman R°n Motter
19RICHARD ALLEN "Mouse" Ferndale
"Yukon" Middle Taylor
"THIS IS THE LIFE”JOAN BARTLEBAUGH
NANCY BRANT "Nancy" Ferndale
MARLIN BLUE "Blue" Middle Tayor
"Terri" Middle Taylor
"Joe" Middle Taylor
22BARRY CLAYCOMB RAYMOND CLEMENSON THOMAS COOPER
"Barrv” Lorain "Ray" Lorain "Hoss” Lorain
Academic Commercial Academic
GUY FAR AND A HELEN CAROL FERG KAREN FETTERMAN
"Guy" Middle Taylor "Fergy" Dale "Kif" Ferndale
Commercial Academic Commercial
23RICHARD FITZPATRICK ELAINE I-'RAMPTON PAULINE FREIDLINE
"Irish' Dale "Dolly" Lorain "Freidy” Dale
Academic Commercial General
"ON YOUR MARK"
WILLIAM FROMBACH JUDE GEHLMANN GARY GERBER
Bolts" Lorain "Wally” Brownstown "Tiny” Dale
Academic Academic Academic
24FRED GIPE ELAINE GRANDINETTI CATHERINE GRAY
"Fred" Ferndale "Elaine" Dale "Catherine" Dale
Commercial Academic Commercial
GARY GRUBB HAROLD HALL SHELBY HARE
"Gar” Middle Taylor "Harry" Lorain "Red” Lorain
Academic Academic Commercial
PHYLLIS HODGE SHARON HORNER
"Phil” Ferndale "Sharon" Dale
ROBERT HORNICK "Bob” Ferndale
CATHY JARTIN JAMES JEROY GEORGE KASSANDER
"C. J.” Ferndale "G" Ferndale "Bobby" Lorain
Academic Academic Academic
26THOMAS HERSHBERGER "Tom'' Ferndale
"THE PRICE IS RIGHT"
"BANDSTAND? ? ?"
JACQUELINE KLANCHAR ROBERT KLAUM SHIRLEY KLEINMEYER
"Jackie" Lorain "Bob" Lorain "Shirl" Dale
Commercial Academic Academic
RICHARD KOHAN ROBERTA KOONTZ
"Rick" Brownstown "Bobbie" Lorain
"The Falcon" Lorain
AcademicNANCY KRUPKA MILDRED LA PORTE G. FREDERICK LAYTON
"Nancy" Middle Taylor "Gug" Brownstown "George” Ferndale
General Commercial Academic
“Jesse” Middle Taylor
"WHATS MY LINE? ?"
"Cathy” Middle Taylor
BARBARA MATELJAN CHARLES McCUNE JUDY McDOWELL
"Burly. Brownstown "Sonny" Dale "Judy" Dale
HAVE 'GUM’ WILL TRAVEL’' BOLD JOURNEY"
JOSEPH MICIK LENORE MILAZZO RENEE MILLER
"Joe" Middle Taylor "Cookiei’ Dale "Nay” Dale
Academic Commercial Commercial
GeneralJOHN MUSULIN CHARLES POLIACEK CHARLES REESEY
"Moose" Middle Taylor "Chuck" Middle Taylor "Chuck" Dale
Academic Academic Academic
34DEAN RICHARDS "Rick” Ferndale
"TOMBSTONE TERRITORY""ADVENTURES IN PARADISE"
"Donk” Middle Taylor
ALMA KAY SHAFFER
"CAR 54 WHERE ARE YOU?????"MELVIN RUMMEL BEVERLY SCHROCK
"Mel" Middle Taylor "Bev” Dale
KATHLEEN SIMMONS CHARLES SMITH RONALD SPENCE
Kitty" Brownstown "Buzo” Middle Taylor "Big Daddy” Dale
Commercial Commercial Academic
37TEDDE STINSON JAMES STRASMENSKY RONALD STURM
Commercial "Jim" Middle Tavlor "Ron" Ferndale
"Yuno" Middle Taylor
"Viv’ Middle Taylor
CommercialSUSAN THOMAS CAROLE TOMAK
"Suzi" Dale "Carole” Middle Taylor
BERNARD THOMPKINS "Bernie" Dale
KENT TREXLER SHARON VARNER BONNIE WALSH
"Trex" Ferndale "Sharon" Ferndale "Bonnie" Ferndale
Academic Academic AcademicSANDRA WALTER WILLIAM WALTER JANE WEAVERLING
"Sandy" Dale "Bill” Dale "Janie" Ferndale
Academic Academic Commercial
"SIX 'WEEKS' NEWS REPORT"GWENDOLYN WILLIAMS TERRIE WILSON BARRY YUHAS
"Gwen” Ferndale "Terebelle” Dale "Jack” Lorain
Academic Academic Academic
Shirley Beam Tessie Beltz Karen Bingham Brian Bozich
Donna Bush Jay Carney
Delores Carter Virginia College
Linda Consalvo Sharon Cooper William Courter
Robert Alt Jose Alvarez Joyce Bader
Toni Jo Bagnato Doug Barnes
As junior class officers, Jim Doyle, president, Fred Reinholtz, vice president. Doris Droz, secretary, and Tom Klaum, -easurer, have a message.
The stage is set, the cameras waiting, and the audience buzzing with anticipation. The time is near when the juniors will display to the world their many and varied talents.Coming Attractions” —
Mar)' Agnes Hirsch
With their combination of intelligence, talent, athletic ability, and all the rest, they are about to take the step upon the stage which will bring them glory and stardom.
Juniors Sneak A Peek
Audrey Cramer Linda Darby John Dominy James Doyle Doris Droz
Mildred Dunmeyer Larry Elgin Carol Feight Sharon Fitzpatrick
Kenneth Frampton Catherine Gorman Robert Gorman Donald Grasscr
Gordon Grenning Thomas Grimme Gerald HeskethThe Juniors Will Soon
"Take your time; it's a long way off till 3:04."
Linton Hochstein Teddy Hochstein Betty Horner
MaryAnn Jendrejik Robert Jones Sally Jones
Rudd Johnston Kathy Johnston Cloyd Kaufman Mary Claire Kenny
Mary Jane Kinsey Ellen Kirkpatrick Tom Klaum Russel Knee
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44Achieve Star Billing .. .
Virginia Miljanovich Barry Miller Judy Mintmier Ann Mock
Sandra Mosgrave William Murray Joseph Niovich Richard Oaks Gail Ober
"It's against our policy to take bribes, but we're thirsty."
Richard Koch Marcia Kozma Ralph Kush
Kerry Leberknight Nelson Lowes Donald Litzinger Leida Milazzo
45as Experienced Performers.
. . . and they said it couldn't be done!
Helen Penna Frank Purtis Barry Ream
Alton Reddecliff Sandy Reighard
Alfred Reinholtz Peggy Reinholtz Donna Reiter Joann Rhoades James Riek
Mary Sue Rodgers Eugene Rose John Rychak Tom Sandusky Charles ScheckAb» »
Shirley Schmidt Louis Scruggs Jean Stephey Lance Stuver Barbara Szelazek
JoAnn Varmecky Joe Vassalinda Ronald Vuletic Rose Ann Wagner Kenneth Walters
Marjorie Wingard Robert Wissinger Barry Witkosky Thomas Woodward John Yeager
"One touch of genius."
Carlos Avarez Larry Amann Thomas Apple Jacqueline Ashcom
Carmen Avenie Dennis Baumbaugh Gregory Beale
William Beatty Lois Becker
Suzanne Berardinelli Cindy Berkebile
With an eye to the future the sophomores are busy preparing themselves for the roles that ■will someday make them great. Each is selecting his part and diligently working toward the goal which will place him before the television cameras of the world and bring fame and fortune to himself and our school.
Sophomore Officers: President—Ed Petrick, Secretary—Marilyn Gavazzoni, Vice President—Richard
48 Apple, Treasurer—Janice Eastlake.Roles ...
Theresa Black Gaynele Blank Wanda Block Janice Blue Sherry Bowman
Jack Boast Darlene Bradley Connie Brant Janice Bunn Rita Chunda
Linda Clark Sally Claycomb Boyce Berkebile Carol Constable Jacqueline Daly
William Dunbar Dean Eastlake Janice Eastlake Michael Englehart
Evan Evans Cathy Ferg Linda Fisher Carl Fitzpatrick Beverly Ford
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Lora Goehres Robert Gomulka Sarah Goodman Eugene Gorman
Thomas Guest Barbara Hahn Benjamin Hare Fern Harrison
Angeline Hawkins David Heiser Judy Hern
Rick Hilbrecht Donna Hill
"Two admits, please."• • •
Fill the Bill
Richard Imler Joseph Ivock John Karas
Gene Kehl William Kimmick Barbara Kisel Ronald Kohan
Bonnie Koontz James Krape Lawrence Kulback Kara Lambert Ruth Layton
51and Carry On
Donald Lehman Judith Lehman Eileen Lentvorsky Jack Light Peggy Link
John Little Melvin Mack William Majer Joseph Majerscikthe Grand Tradition . . .
Kathlene Portsch Ed Pctrick Antoinette Petrovich
Bernice Puzak Earlene Rabel James Reesey James Rhoades Marshall Rhoades
Joseph Riek Robert Riek Richard Robertson Robert Rokita Elyce Rotella
Charles Moyer Leo Muffley Mary Pappas
Tom Miller Ed Miske Gerald Mizak Brenda Morgan
Donna Rucosky Larry Rummel Patricia Rummel DeVon Saintz Larry Saintz
Floyd McGinnis Mary Mekazich Rose Mever Sue Meyer Dorothy Miljanovich
“The coast is clear!”
John Sarosi George Scheck Pauline Scheck Sharon Scheck Dave Schlentner
Carlene Shaffer Donna Shaffer Sharyon Simonton Karen Smay Edith Smith
Myrl Smithson Cheryl Smuro Rich Snyder Helen Sottile
Dave Spiker Andrew Stager Charles Steiner Robert Stephenson Shirley Stephenson
Pat Surdukan Fred Thomas Arthur Turner Betty Van Horne Larry Varner
Sue Vespa Theresa Voytas Robert Walter Larry Warner
"Ferndale trains them for all kinds of professions."
NINTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: Michele. Burns, Margaret Custer, Linda Constable, Patricia Frombach, Mary Bauch, Patricia Bock, Doreen Bark-himer, Lynette Croyle. ROW 2: Joyce Becker, Janet Becker, David Diehl, Linda Bullinger, Charles Berkebile, Linda Fay, Anita Crandle. ROW 3: Peggy Berkebile. Charles Drojack. Jeffery Barnes, Theodore Ferg, Cheryl Dimfl, Maxine Bush. ROW 4: Linda Cooper, Mickie Davis, John Cipora, John Crowley, Vickie Davis, Linda Brooke, Philip Ament.
GRADE NINE: FERNDALE
ROW I: Frances Ohala, Faye Repiogle, Lois Lux, John Mishler, Elaine Partsch, Donald Mangus. ROW 2: Donald Parke, Mary Frances Raspotnik, Karen Merbergcr, Charles Markle, Ronald Mandrgoc. Mary Ann Mulligan, Muriel Ramsey. ROW 3: Richard Micik, Rita Pappas, Patricia Musulin. Barabara Pickerill, Rodney Rick, Jeff Richter. ROW 4: Kathleen McGinnis, Jane Mihalick, Catherine Opcth, John Raysich, Linda Moore, Barbara Ohala, Gaye Marsh.as Understudies . ..
NINTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: Angelo Sempeti, Patricia Thomas, James Teeter, Arnola Saint , Rosemary Tomasko, Trudy Thompson, William Stevens, Jane Wirick, Brian Speicher. ROW 2: Alice Troupe. Helen Vasalinda, Greg Trexler. Carol Trostle, Emma Sharbaugh, Kathleen Sturm. ROW 3: Linda Scott, Shari Savering. Yolanda Yarnovich. Laurene Stuver, Marianne Stras-hensky, Barbara Safko, Alice Stanley. ROW 4: Stephen Miske, John Poliacek, Barn- Youchak. Victor Tononi. Richard Murray, Philip Sebes. ROW 5: John Raspotnik, Richard Snyder. Darrel McConnell, Roberta Teeter, Mildred Wagner, Barry Savering, Morgan Williams.
NINTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: John Jerasa, George Hutchinson, John Klanchar. Ti Hyland, Mary Ann Lumnit er, Barry Kovach, Jeanne Jen-drejik, John Kwarta. ROW 2: Linda Golias, Diane Gill, KayLint, Georgia Layton, Sally Livingston, Carol Kurtz, Judy Hershberger. ROW 3: James Jaber, Stanley Kasprzyk, Ray Lint, Donna Hoffman, Doris Lambert, Shirley Grove. ROW 4: Douglas Karan, Fred Just, Carol Kwarta, Arthur Harrison. William Geyer, Donna Kaley, Robert Gray.and Play Their
NINTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Maxine Miller, Linda Erb, Ralph Pringle, Kitty Callahan, Jim Reffner, Earl Roberts, Jean Gabany. ROW 2: Pat Motter, Carol Ringler, Peggy Knipple, Judy McCreary, Mary Ferg, Kathy Stahr. Judy Fay. ROW 3: Barry Reed, Tim Leberknight, Wesley Bonner, Galen Beam, Ronald Lloyd, Ursla Miller. ROW 4: George Diehl, Bob Johnson, William Maris, Tom Miller, Russell Oaks, Robert Bantly, Linda Johnson.
NINTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Patricia Newman, Betty Jane Hody, Linda O'Neil. Richard Reynolds, Sharon Maschue, Jim Mills, Bob Romber-ger. ROW 2: Ralph Bowman, Jean Gilliland, Shirley Potts, Sharon Hcidorn, Elizabeth Stonebraker, Dave Callen, Cathy Collier. ROW 3: Gary Platt, Wanda Shaffer, Frank Peters, Danny Lux, Joyce Kirchner, Barbara Geisel. ROW 4: Danny Cole, Betty Grasser, Robert Horten, Bill Jones, Jim Driscoll, Dave Miller, Cathy Davison.Parts
The ladder to
Knowing that success is achieved only through patience and hard work, freshmen are plugging away as efficient understudies. They are shaping their lives, making themselves into personalities who will someday receive a well-deserved break that will send them to the top.
59Looking Ahead to
EIGHTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: Richardo Alvarez, Mary Theresa Faranda, Diane Cruickshank. William Black, Linda Custer, Wayne Blue. ROW 2: William Drzal, Rodger Blough, Paulette Ballow, Allison Coulter, Terry Fouch, Kathy Biehl, Richard Brehm. ROW 3: Ernest Fetzer, Francis Burkhart, Theodore Allison, Thomas Ayres. John Boast, Mark Davis. ROW 4: Linda Droz, Freida Cooper, Claudia Constable, William Benshoff, Robert Ellis, Theodore Clites.
Just as the many who have gone before, the eighth graders are surveying the field. They are looking into every possibility that might be suited to their interests and abilities, for they know they must be ready. When the time comes for th°ir performances, their hours of toil, disappointments, and hardships will be lost in the glitter of the lights.
a Future Stardom
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EIGHTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: John Jones, John Keifer, Larry Naugle, Patricia Michalides, Paul Miller. ROW 2: Phyllis Lunt, Susan Hipp, Louis Nozak, Allison Jartin, Theodore Long, Pamela Hutchinson. ROW 3: Barry Kehl, Carol Grata. Georgia Garret-son, Eileen Paulovich, Margaret Gossard, Harry Hershberger. ROW 4: Sandra Marsh, Robert Paluchak, Betty Good, Thomas Malisko, Diana Pietron, Mary Mihalick. ROW 3: Christine Gembenski, Sam Imler, Edward Kasprzyk, Fred Oakley, Sally Minemyer, Linda Moors.
EIGHTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1: Myron, Smay, Terry Rhoades. Grace Raymore, Sandra Speicher, Nancy Zahoran. Robert Wagner. ROW 2: Connie Thompson. Marian Richter, Martha Voytas, Joanne Vanglarick, Nadine Pluchinsky, John Zahoran. ROW 3: Ricky Rager, Donald Stammely, Barry Lee Rager. Barry Lynn Rager. Sally Saint . ROW 4: Diane Wonders, James Popchak, Bonnie Wentz, Ronald Yuhas, Barry Wright, Dianne Tononi, Mary Lou Ribblett.
EIGHTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Cindy Espey, Ray Rodgers, Gregory Miller, Robert Lux, Connie Kress, Barbara Woodruff, Daryl Walters, Carol Keim. ROW 2: Judy Turner, Tom Swain, Paulette Luther, George Mintmier, Joel Leberknight, Cindy Horne, Debbie Hogan. ROW 3: Pam James, Ralph Reighard, Robert McDonald, Carl Shaffer, Kathy Petrick, Nancy Warner.
EIGHTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Buddy Lux, Martin Campanella, Donald Snyder, James Weaver, Regina Crislip, Donna Driscoll, Tony Penna, Albert Bader. ROW 2: Alan Keiper, Judy McCune, Jackie Diehl. Dennis Brown, Carol Hamilton, Thomas Micale, Vivian Burkhart. ROW 3: Arlene Cramer, Daniel Danchanko, Dale McCleary, James Tilley, Charlotte McClintock, Joe Ieni.
62in the Right Direction.
Eighth graders take time out for a chat.
SEVENTH GRADE: FERNDALE
ROW 1. Hope Alverez, Vickie Croyle, William Fallier. Robert Daugherty, Valerie Barnitz. ROW 2: John Balko, Tommy Carstensen, Harvey Adams, Bruce Ferg, Walter Constable, John Bowser. ROW 3: Karen Cummings, Gary Baroski, Ellen Feight, Donna Emfield, Debra Bozich. ROW 4: Bonnie Droz, Ella Goodman, Chris Gaunt, Marcia Constable, Charlene Faight. Evelyn Forgus.
The seventh graders realize that theirs is a long grind to the top. There will be times of happiness and times of disappointment for them in the years to come, but if the climb to the top can be made on sheer determination and enthusiasm, we know they will succeed.Seventh-Graders ...
SEVENTH GRADE: EERNDALE
ROW 1: William Zonin, Stephen Troyan, Richard Rigby, Shirley Sharbaugh, Paul Shaffer. Fred Robertson, Larry Rager. ROW 2: Jaime Potter, Robert Petry, Robert Strashensky, Wayne Rychak, Donna Ribblett, Sylvia Rokita. ROW 3: Sheryl Wentz, Mark Wissinger, Linda Russel, Marlene Yuhas, Marshall Smith. ROW 4: Patty Ward, Walter Persensky, John Perdas, Barbara Shaffer, Alice Teeter, Mary Clare Smith.
SEVENTH GRADE: EERNDALE
ROW 1: David Jones, Jimmy McLaughlin, Kathy Karen, Patty Kaspryzyk, Paula Mihalick, Timothy Grimme, Dennis Ko-han, Agnes Layton. ROW 2: Frances Mangus, Cheryl Hare, Debby Hershberger. Bill Parke, Carl Koch, Dolores Mirilo-vich, Ronald Marlin. ROW 3: Kathy Koontz, Linda Meier. Joseph Labarko, Polly Grove, Fred Hagerich, Dwayne Hill. ROW 4: Timothy Mandroc, Larry Karlewitz, George Moore, Joel McFeaters, Sharon Harrison, Bruce Harrison. Susan Newcomb.
SEVENTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Debbie Smith, Wayne Black, Joyce Bantly, Carol Long, Thomas Smith, Diane Crislip. ROW 2: Beth Emery, Stephen Christy. Stephen Small, Darlene Constable. Charlotte Manda, Charles Schech, Sharon Vann. ROW 3: Linda Smith, Terr ' Stahl, Rebecca Miller, Milo Kermin, Charles Devorick, Nellie Fisher.
SEVENTH GRADE: DALE
ROW 1: Linda Rodgers, Marcia Williams, Eddie Russell, Renate Lambert, Philip Campanella, Beverly Boser. ROW 2: Elaine Hamilton. Fred Alt, Lou Meyer, Janice Reed, Kay College, Robert Wagstaff, Julia Filorimo. ROW 3: Joyce Collier, Kathy Heiser, Douglas Miller, Joanne Van Horn, Michael Gilliland, Mark Ward.
66to Our Programming
Yo-Yos, Yo-Yos Everywhere
67The Reflector Staff Works Hard to Present
SEATED: Kathy Lehman, Mary Lunko, Beverly Schrock, Jeanie Shaffer, Terrie Wilson, Elaine Frampton, Sandra Walter, Le-nore Milazzo, Joan Bartlebaugh, Carol Moschgat, Shirley Kleinmeyer, Karen Fetterman. STANDING: Theresa Cernak, Rick Allen, Fred Layton, John Kotch, Karen Metzgar, Barry Claycomb, Gary Grubb, Bob Klaum, Dean Richards, Tom Hershberger, Mr, Schoen-walder.
The Ferndale-Dale Yearbook Staff is proud to present their annual yearbook, the REFLECTOR. Under the leadership of Kathy Lehman, Bob Klaum, and Mr. Schoenwalder, the staff has worked hard to present the annual report of school happenings for the years 1961 and 1962. We hope to have satisfied each and every one of the readers, and to have planted many fond memories in the minds of all.the Cast and Crew of ’62
PHOTOGRAPHY—Gary Grubb, Asst.; Rick Allen, Editor.
ACTIVITIES—Jeanne Shaffer. Asst.; Karen Metzgar, Editor.
BUSINESS—Barry Claycomb, Manager; Terri Wilson, Asst.
CLASSES—Sandy Walter, Asst.: Shirley Kleinmeyer, Editor.
TYPING—Karen Fetterman, Asst.; Beverly Schrock, Editor.
FEATURES—Fred Layton, Editor.
ART AND LAYOUT—Cookie Milazzo, Editor; Terri Cernak. Asst.
SPORTS—Tom Hershberger, Editor; Dean Richards, Asst.
ROW ONE: Fred Robertson. George Hutchinson, Peggy Gossard, Diane Wonders, Sue Vespa, Kerry Robertson, Mary Mihalick, Marlene Yuhas, Patty Ward, Cathy Koontz. ROW TWO: Ronnie Mandroc, Ricky Allen, Wanda Block, Linda Fay, Mary Lou Ribblett, David Allen, Rose Meyer, Larry Karlewitz. Patty Rummel, Jeanie Stephey, Mr. Allison. ROW THREE: Flora Lambert, Tom Klaum, Bob Jones, Kent Trexler, Bev Schrock, Linda Cooper, Jim Jeroy, Sally Claycomb, Doris Droz, Leida Milazzo. ROW FOUR: Charles McCune, Jim Doyle, John Kotch, Secretary: Jude Gehlman, Tom Cooper, Galen Howard, John Raysich, John Rychak, Tom Guest.
Vice President: RICK ALLEN
The student council again played a leading role in voicing the opinions of the students of Ferndale-Dale. A representative and an alternate were chosen to represent each homeroom from grades 7 through 12. This year’s activities included the selling of book covers and sponsorship of a Valentines Dance. Everyone at the dance had a swinging (or should we say twisting) time.
Treasurer: JOHN KOTCHThe National Honor Society is an organization consisting of those juniors and seniors who achieved outstanding records of leadership, character, scholarship and service. The induction service was held on February 9 in which 19 seniors and juniors became members along with 12 seniors who were elected the previous year.
Officers: Harry Hall. President; Karen Metzgar, Treasurer; Beverly Schrock, Secretary; Bob Klaum, Vice President.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ROW ONE: Jean Stephey, Gail Ober, Kathy Johnson. Marcia Kozma, Ollie Knighton, Joan Bartlebaugh, Shirley Kleinmeyer, Karen Fetterman, Carol Reffner, Terri Cernak. ROW TWO: Bob Jones. John Rychak, Gordon Grening, Jim Doyle, Bill Courter, Barry Yuhas, Paul Kennedy, Ron Spence, Fred Layton. ROW THREE: Rick Allen, Dean Richards, Mel Rummel, Kent Trexler, Harry Hall, Bob Klaum, John Kotch, Beverly Schrock, Sandy Walter, Kathy Lehman, Karen Metzgan, Carol Muschgat.
ROW ONE: Patty Mejia. Judy Benson, Joan Bartlcbaugh, Terri Cernak, Sandy Sempeti, Carol Moschgat, Dolly Framp-ton, Bonnie Walsh, Betty Horner. ROW TWO: Carol
Tomak, Ida Lewis, Mildred LaPorte, Kitty Simmons, Edna Horner, Mildred Dunmeyer, Marviene Bartoloma, Ellen Kirkpatrick, Bobbie Koontz. ROW THREE: Sandy Mer-berger, Sherrie Yuhas, Donna Rieter, Vivian Knipple, Sharon Fitzpatrick, Karen Fetterman, Sandy Rieghard, Jane Lent-vorsky, Tedde Stinson. ROW FOUR: Jane Weaverling,
Joanne Rhoades, Julia Reffner, Kathy Gorman, Donna Bush, Sally Jones, Dolly Hirsch, Cora Hunt, Vivian Teeter.
SENIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS
SEATED: Joan Bartlebaugh, Inter-Club Council, Beverly Schrock, Treasurer. STANDING: Mildred LaPorte. Vice President, Miss Kleinmeyer, Advisor, Judy McDowell, President.
ROW ONE: Gwen Williams, Barbara Ament, Linda Darby, Judy McDowell, Sue Thomas, Terri Wilson, Sharon Varner, Doris Mock, Carol Carothers, Elaine Grandinetti.'
ROW TWO: Sharon Horner, Roseanne Wagner, Carol Feight, Shirley Schmidt, Barbara Szelazek, Judie Leonard, Doris Droz, Shelby Hare. Karen Metzgar. ROW THREE: Pauline Friedline, Donna Hern, Jackie Klanchar, Virginia Miljanovich, Nancy Krupka, Cathy Lunko, Barbara Mateljan, Joyce Bader. ROW FOUR: Sharon Cooper, Helen Carol Ferg, Dolores Carter, Mary J. Kinsey, Carol Reffner, Renee Miller, Catherine Gray, Beverly Schrock, Miss Kleinmeyer.
The Y-Teens is a branch of the Y.W.C.A. in which girls in grades 9-12 participate in trying to promote high Christian ideals. This year the Sr. Y-Teens, under the leadership of Miss Kleinmeyer and Judy McDowell, proved again to be one of the many outstanding clubs of the school. Activities included: sponsorship of the Sadie Hawkins Dance, the selling of Christmas candy, and participation in the Halloween Parade.JUNIOR Y-TEENS
ROW ONE: Donna Rucosky, Linda Croyle, Sue Bcrardinelli, Mimi Ramsey. Mary Ann Lumnitzer, Elaine Parch, Gaynile Blank. ROW TWO: Brenda Morgan, Mary Ann Mulligan, Ruth Layton, Janice Eastlake, Emma Sharbaugh, Janice Blue, Patty Frombach. ROW THREE: Peggy Link, Lora Goehres, Shirley Stephenson. Mary Bouch, Cathy Sturn, Edith Smith. Eileen Lentvorsky. ROW FOUR: Linda Golias, Fern Harrison, Carol Kwarta, Roberta Teeter, Donna Kaley, Patty Rummel, Carol Kurtz.
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The Jr. Y-Teens again played a leading role in the club program of Ferndale-Dale. The club consisted of those girls who were in the freshman and sophomore grades. This year the club sponsored a dance, participated in the Halloween Parade, and also participated in various games at the recreation center of the Salvation Army.
ROW ONE: Cheryl DimphI—Interclub Council, Mary Pappas—Program Chairman, Ruthie Layton—Secretary-
Chairman. ROW TWO: Patty Rummel—President, Mrs. Nycum, Sally Claycomb—Vice President.
ROW ONE: Kathy Parch, Sally Livingston, Carol Constable, Judy Lehman, Yolanda Yarnovich, Linda Fisher, Sherrie Bowman. ROW TWO: Connie Brant, Donnfl Hill, Sherrie Savering, Cheryl Dimpfl, Linda Scott, Barbara OHala, Jackie Daly. ROW THREE: Lois Becker, Mildred Wanger, Sally Claycomb, Cindy Berkebile, Judy Hern, Angelina Hawkins, Cathy Ferg. ROW FOUR: Cheryl Smuro, Carlene Shaffer, Linda Brook, Mickie Davis, Kathy Dpeth, Betty Van Horn, The-■esa Black.JR. Y-TEEN
ROW ONE: Bonnie Koontz, Helen Vasalinda, Joyce Becker, Shirley Grove, Beverly Ford, Janet Becker, Sue Meyer, Trudy Thompson. ROW TWO: Janice Bunn, Anita Crandel, Rose Meyer, Wanda Block, Barbara Kise, Mary Rapotnik, Earlene Babel. ROW THREE: Barbara Hahn, Georgia Lay-ton, Alice Stanley, Linda Bullingqr, Sherry Mangus, Rita Pappas. ROW FOUR: Kathy McGinnis, Mary Strashensky, Jane MihaUck, Peggy Berkebile, Barbara Pickerill, Barbara Safko, Sarah Goodman.
ROW ONE: Antoinette
Petrovich, Patty Thomas, Peggy Custer, Jeanie fendrejik, Doreen Bark-timer, Lois Lux, Janet Yirick, Bernice Puzak. ROW WO: Sue Vespa, Rose aiy Tomasko, Alice •oupe, Patty Bock, Marilyn ivazzoni, Karen Smay, Fay plogle. ROW THREE: nna Shaffer, Kay Lint, ron Scheck, Jackie Ash-1, Carol Trostle, Karen berger. ROW FOUR: resa Voytas, Patty Sur-an, Maxine Bush, Rita da, Donna Hoffman, thy Miljanovich, Vir-Miller.LIBRARY
ROW ONE: Earlene Rable, Fay Replogle, Barbara Kisel, Antoinette Petrovich, Carol Constable, Connie Brant, Rose Meyer, Kathp Opeth, Jackie Klanchar, Bernice Puzak, ROW TWO: Bonnie Koontz, Mary Ann Mulligan, Sherry Mangus, Rita Chunda, Roberta Teeter, Mrs. Rodgers, Mary Hegazich, Rita Pappas, Alice Stanley, Karen Smay, Doreen Barkhimer.
The Library . . .
The library is perhaps one of the most widely used rooms of Ferndale-Dale. The students are able to obtain a great deal of knowledge from the many books and magazines that are found on the shelves and cases of the library. We feel that the library-’ is a wonderful asset to our school.
Mrs. Rodgers—School Librarian Thomasine Long-A five-year student librarian.PEP CLUB OFFICERS
Sue Vespa—Treasurer. Gail Ober—Vice President, Mrs. Anderson— Advisor, Judie Leonard—President, Sharon Fitzpatrick—Secretary.
This year the pep club established a motto that concerned each and every student of Ferndale-Dale. This motto was "To promote school spirit— one and all.”
The members supported the cheerleaders at the football games, basketball games, and wrestling matches. A project of the pep club was to form an "F” in the stands at the War Memorial during the cheerleading contest. The pep club did a fine job in promoting school spirit among the students and maintaining Ferndale-Dale’s reputation as a school with high sportsmanship and standards.
Pep Club Applauds Sport Stars
ROW ONE: Janice Eastlake, Diane Ling, Sandy Barefoot, Judy McDowell, Nancy Brant. ROW TWO: Shirley Beam, Peggy Rein-holtz, Linda Scott, Sharon Horner, Elsa Siehl, Doris Mock, Dolly Hirsch, Renee Shroeder. ROW THREE: Donna Hern, Shirley Schmidt, Judy Hern, Judie Leonard, Fern Harrison, Barbara Szelazek, Sally Livingston. ROW FOUR: Lenore Milazzo, Barbara Mateljan, Jackie Klancher, Carlene Shaffer, Cheryl Smuro, Cathy Lunko, Judy Mintmier, Carol Feight. ROW FIVE: Sandy Walter. Linda Cooper, Mary Jane Kinsey, Theresa Beltz, Linda Moore, Carol Reffner, Mickie Davis, Vickie Davis, Jeanie Shaffer.
78ROW ONE: Sylvia Rokita, Donna Rucosky, Toni Jo Bagnato, Connie Thompson, Doreen Barkhimer, Gaynile Blank, Bonnie Walsh, Michele Burns, Nancy Zahoran. ROW TWO: Patty Ward, Nadine Pluckinsky, Paulette Ballow, Mary Voytas, Sally Saintz, Joanne Vanglarick, Helen Penna, Mary Ann Mulligan. ROW THREE: Sandy Mosgrave, Patty Hummel, Carol Carothers, Terri Cernak, Carol Tomak, Patty Frombach, Mimi Ramsey, Trudy Thompson, Elyce Rotella. ROW FOUR: Emma Sharbaugh, Karen Merberger, Kay Lint, Carol Trostle, Linda Droz, Alice Stanley, Mary Ann Lumnitzer, Anita Crandle, Helen Vasalinda.
ROW ONE: Jeanie Stephey, Linda Darby, Ann Mock, Leida Milazzo, Ruth Layton. ROW TWO: Diane Gille, Sandy Marsh, Beverly Ford, Patty Musulin, Joanne Rhodes, Marilyn Gavazzoni, Lora Goehres, Sue Vespa. ROW THREE: Diane Wonders, Marjorie Wingard, Tedde Stinson, Sharon Fitzpatrick, Pauline Scheck, Gail Ober, Mary Sue Rodgers. ROW FOUR: Judy Hershberger, Linda Consalvo, Kitty Simmons, Kathy Partsch, Kathy Lehman, Marviene Bartoloma, Kara Lambert, Linda Fay. ROW FIVE: Wanda Block, Jackie Daly, Sherry Savering, Cheryl Dimpfl, Cathy Ferg, Donna Hoffman, Helen Sottile, Rose Meyers, Judy Lehman.JETS CLUB:
ROW ONE: Jim Riek, Melvin Rummel, Ricky Allen. ROW TWO: Ron Spence, Paul Kennedy, Tom Hershberger, Kent Trexler. ROW THREE: Harold Hall, John Kotch, Barr)- Witkosky, Barry Yuhas, Danny Lloyd.
The Jets Club consists of those boys who are planning a career in engineering or technology. This year the clubs’ activities included a trip to the Atomic Energy Plant in Saxton, Pennsylvania, a trip to Crane Company in Westmont, and also a trip to the United States Steel Company in Johnstown. The theme of these trips was "big brother day.” The boys would go to the plants and spend time with those men who worked in the particular field that they were interested in.
RICK ALLEN—President DEAN RICHARDS—Secretary-Treasurer KENT TREXLER—Vice President MR. IGO—AdvisorGymnastics
OFFICERS: SEATED: Dave Sheehan—Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Rigby—Advisor. STANDING: Walter Alt—President, Brian Bozich—Vice President.
ROW ONE: Angelo Simpeti, Bill Dunbar, Myrl Smithson, Mark Davis, Fred Reinholtz, Greg Trexler, Kerry Robertson, Don Parke. ROW TWO: George Scheck, James Popchak, Chalmei Berkibile, Barry Claycomb, Charles Schech, Barry Wright, Dick Koch, Dave Schlentner. ROW THREE: Bob Dickert, Carlos Al-verez, Dave Sheehan, Jim Crape, Ed Petrick, Brian Bozich, Kent Trexler, Bob Walter, Ron Yuhas. ROW FOUR: Walter Alt, Bob Wessinger, Marlin Blue, Larry Zima, Tom Cooper, Car Replogle, Andy Stager, Larry Varner.FTA and FNA Members Look
ROW ONE: Joan Bartlebaugh, Gwen Williams, Elaine Grandinetti, Vivian Knipple, Ellen Kirkpatrick, Donna Reiter, Joanne Vermecky, Diane Ling. ROW TWO: Cathy Jartin, Virginia College, Mary Kenny, Sue Thomas, Karen Metzgar, Sharon Varner, Shirley Kleinmeyer. ROW THREE: Virginia Miljanovich, Sandy Barefoot,
Delores Carter, Linda Craig, Marcia Kozma, Carol Swain. Helen Carol Ferg, Ann Mock.
The Nurses Club, under the leadership of Shirley Kleinmeyer and Mrs. Ling, had a very successful year. The club consists of those girls who are interested in becoming nurses or those who are planning to work in some branch of the medical field. The clubs’ activities included a Christmas dance, bake sale, contribution to the Heart Fund, and a banquet at which girls who are seniors or those who have been in the club for two years, are given pins.
ROW ONE: Karen Metzgar, Press Correspondent, Terri
Wilson—Secretary, Gwen Williams—Treasurer. ROW TWO: Shirley Klenmeyer—President, Mrs. Ling—Advisor. ROW THREE: Marcia
Kozma—Vice President.Ahead to Future Casting
This year the Teachers Club consisted of approximately thirty-one students. The purpose of the club is to help those students who are interested in teaching become acquainted with the different fields of teaching. One of the many activities of the club was to provide a one-hundred dollar Scholarship Fund and present it to one of the members of the club. Other activities included bake sales, a Valentine Dance, and a field trip to Penn State University.
Mr. Schoenwalder, advisor, John Kotch. President, Sandy Walter, Vice President, Kathy Lehman, Secretary.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB
ROW ONE: Karen Bingham, Sandy Mosgrave, Diane Ling. Shirley Beam, Linda Consalvo, Elyce Rotella, Nancy Brant, Toni Jo Bagnato. ROW TWO: Pauline Scheck, Marjorie Wingard, Kathy Lehman, Linda Clark, Phyllis Hodge, Ricky Allen, Jeanie Stephey, Gail Ober. ROW THREE: Leida Milazzo, Judy Mintmier, Lenore Milazzo, Sue Heiple, Jeanie Shaffer, Carmen Aveni, Peggy Reinholtz. ROW FOUR: Sandy Walter, Theresa Beltz, Bill Walters, John Kotch, Harold Hall, Jim Riek. Kathy Johnston, Melvin Rummel.
83Meet the Press . . .
The Courier staff, publishers of the school newspaper, did a fine job distributing school news to the students of Ferndale-Dale. This year the paper was printed in the school commercial department rather than by a publishing company. The Courier features club activities, honor achievements, sports, and many other news items. The Courier proved again to be an outstanding activity of Ferndale-Dale.
Bill Courter—Associate Editor, Mr. Ficco—Advisor, John Kotch—Editor-in-Chief.
ROW ONE: Diane Ling, Margie Wingard, Gail Ober, Karen Metzgar, Tedde Stinson, Bonnie Walsh. ROW TWO: Ricky Allen, Sally Claycomb, Cathy Ferg, Patty Rummel, Kathy Lehman, Karen Fetterman. ROW THREE: Gordon Grening, Beverly Schrock. John Kotch, Bill Courter, Bob Klaum, John Karas.
Vice President—KENT TREXLER
ROW ONE: Ricky Allen, David Schlentner, Tom Klaum, Mel Rummel, Bob Jones, Dean Richards, Tony Ieni. ROW TWO: Kent Trexler, John Lech, Richard Imler, Bob AJt, Mike McCall, Gordon Grening, Dave Allen. ROW THREE: John Rychak, Tom Hershberger, Doug Barnes, Barry Yuhas, Jim Doyle, Tom Guest. ROW FOUR: Bob Klaum, John Kotch, Frank Perdas, Bill Courter, Jude Gehlman, Fred Layton, Harry Hall.
Key Club members selling programs at a football game.
85OFFICERS: JOHN LECH—Vice President
DEAN RICHARDS—Secretary-Treasurer KENT TREXLER—President
The Varsity-F Club is an organization comprised of those boys who have earned an athletic letter for participation in one of Ferndale-Dale’s various sports. The chief goal of the club is to earn a letter and a jacket which are presented during the awards assembly in the spring.
Members of the club were coat checks at the basketball and wrestling meets, sold candy and parked cars at the Minstrel, and sponsored the annual Turkey Trot.
ROW ONE: Joe Alvarez, John Thomas. Rick Allen. Ron Motter, Bill Mitchell, Lewis Schruggs, Mel Rummel, Bob Jones, Walt Clawson, Dean Richards, Kerry Robertson, Mr. Hyland. ROW TWO: Jim Jeroy, Dave Sheehan, Will Ringler, Ron Spence, Richard Oaks, John Musulin, John Lech, Tom Hershberger, Guy Faranda, Ed Petrick, Kent Trexler. ROW THREE: Larry Varner, Bob Wissinger, Bob Boast. Ollie Knighton, Bob Alt, Dick Fitzpatrick, Dick Kohen, Tom Guest, Mike McCall. Charles McCune. ROW FOUR: Chuck Poliacek, John Rvchak. Jude Gehlman, Frank Perdas, Ralph Kush, Tom Cooper, Bob Rokita, Ken Frampton, Dennis Martinic, Fred Layton, Jim Doyle.HUNTING AND FISHING
ROW ONE: Jack Light, Fred Thomas, John Klanchar, Tim Hyland, Don Litzingcr, Tom Grimme, Linton Hochstein, George Hutchinson. ROW TWO: Jim
Jaber, Ronnie Mandrgoc, Crcde Davis, David Heiser, De Von Saintz, Vaughan Jones, Larry Rummel. ROW THREE: Marshall Rhoades, Rick Hilbrecht, Fred Gipe, Bob Gray, Alex Danchanko, Bob Rick. ROW FOUR: Dave Marsh, Earl Fitzpatrick, Russel Knee, Danny James, Richard Murray, Charles Markle, Bill Davis. ROW FIVE: Charles Drosjack, Bill Major, Toni Ieni, Ted Hochstein, Robert Rhoades, Bob Fuge. ROW SIX: Ron Motter, Dean Eastlake, Ray Clemenson, John Respotnik, Tom Woodward, Jim Strashensky, Larry Saintz. ROW SEVEN: Ed Hite, Joe Chuha, Bob Gorman, Bill Bennett, John Poliacek, John Allison. ROW EIGHT: Ted Ferg, Joseph Smith, Chuck Reesey, Eugene Rose, Bob Craig, Joe Micik, Mike Englehart.
OFFICERS GUY FARANDA, Secretary CHUCK REESEY, Vice Pres. CHUCK POLIACEK, President
HUNTING AND FISHING
ROW ONE: Walt Clawson, John Muslin, Chuck Poliacek, Guy Faranda, Bernie Thompkins, Leo Muffley, Dick Fornwalt. ROW TWO: John Dominy, Victor
Tononi, Art Harrison, Jay Carney, Morgan Williams, Barry Savering. ROW THREE: Stanley Witek,
Evan Evans, Melvin Mack, Joe
Ivock, Brian Emery, John Horner, Jerry Mizak. ROW FOUR: Joe
Vasalinda, Bill Fromback, Dan Lloyd, Kerry Leberknight, Bob Stephenson, Paul Kennedy, Gary Eastlake. ROW FIVE: Glenn
Swick, John Yeager, Alton Red-
decliff, Don Grasser, Jim Riek, Larry Elgin. ROW SIX: Gary
Gerber, Bill Beatty, Joe Majersik, Don Lehmen, Ralph Kush, John
Raysich, Galen Howard. ROW SEVEN: Ronald Sterm, George Klanchar, Ken Frampton, Kerry Shoaf, Bill Murray, Dave Mock. ROW EIGHT: John Rheel, Ray Rheel, Gary Grubb, Paul Henry, Floyd McGinnis, Barry Witkosky, Barry Miller.Music, Music,
ROW ONE: Connie Brant, Karen Smay, Thomasine Long, Doris Mock, Nancy Brant, Pauline Friedline, Jane Lentvorsky, Teddi Stinson, Elsa Siehl, Sherry Magus, Bonnie Koontz, Janice Bunn, Sharon Sheck, Jackie Ashcom. ROW TWO: Darwin Maldet, Donna Hern, Elaine Lentvorsky, Theresa Voytas, Donna Rieter, Jane Weaverling, Shirley Kleinmeyer, Carol Swain, Sharon Varner, Linda Darby, Alma Shaffer, Angeline Hawkins, Edith Smith. ROW THREE: Mary Kenny, Barbara Kisel, Brenda Morgan, Antonette Petrovich, Carol Constable, Sharon Fitzpatrick, Rose Meyer, Pauline Sheck, Linda Clark, Theresa Black, Helen Carol Ferg, Linda Fisher. ROW FOUR: Larry Elgin, Doug Barnes, Bill Mitchell, Bill Walters, Will Ringler, Dave Sheehan, Paul Henry, Walt Clawson, Ron Spence, Bob Fuge, Fred Thomas.
The music department did a very fine job in presenting colorful assemblies for the students of Ferndale-Dale. The choral groups, under the direction of Mr. Williams, participated in the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies. A new addition to the vocal groups was the boys ensemble. The boys, as well as the other choral groups, were excellent.
BILL WALTERS—Accompanist CAROL SWAIN—Accompanist ELSA SIEHL—Soloist
ROW ONE: Ted Long, Bob Fuge, Tom Ayres. ROW TWO: Dave Allen, Bill Walters, Larry Elgin, Walt Clawson. ROW THREE: Doug Barnes, Paul Henry, Dave Sheehan.
Elsa Siehl, Sharon Varner, and Jane Weaverling
SHIRLEY SCHMIDT LORA GOEHRES
Head Majorette: JUDIE LEONARD
The Ferndale-Dale majorettes, along with the drum major and their mascot, were a big attraction this year doing their performances with the band. They participated at the football games, basketball games, at assemblies, during the cheerleading contest at the War Memorial, and at many other school activities. An added attraction was the fire baton twirling of Judie Leonard and Ken Walters.
We congratulate the steppers on a job well done.BAND
ROW ONE: Paulette Ballow, Allison Jartin, George Hutchinson, Brian Speicher, Ted Long, Sandy Spiecher. ROW TWO: Susan Hipp, Marian Richker, Sandy Mosgrave, Fred Thomas, Janice Blue, Mary Lou Ribblett, Wanda Block, Pauline Scheck, Joanne Varmecky, Elyce Rotella. ROW THREE: Ronnie Mandgroc, Jackie Daly, Stan Kaspryzak, Chip Markle, Sally Claycomb,
92Carmen Aveni, Ray Lint, Patty Rummel, Donna Hill. ROW FOUR: Donna Hoffman, Donald Diehl, Bill Miller, Ted Ferg, John Karas, Lois Becker, Cathy Ferg, Peggy Berkebile. ROW FIVE: Larry Elgin, Bill Frombach. Doug Barnes, Barry Yuhas, Tom Sandusky, Bill Walter, John Cipora, Dave Allen, Mike Englehart.
9394JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE AND GEOGRAPHY CLUB
ROW ONE: Agnes Marie Layton, Steve Troyan, David Jones, Robert Petry, Paula Mihalick, Patty Kas-prsyk, Paul Miller, Bruce Ferg, Vicki Croyle. ROW TWO: Donna Ribblett, Janie Potter, Tom Carstensen, Ellen Feight, Carl Koch. Wayne Rychak, John Balko, Delores Mirilovich. ROW THREE: Sandy Speicher, Bill Parke, Marshall Smith, Lynda Meier, Charlene Faight. Barry Lynn Rager, Marian Richter, Deborah Bozich, Evelyn Forgas. ROW FOUR: Polly Grove, Linda Moors, Bill Benshoff, John Cipora. Francis Burkhard, Larry Karlewitz, Susan Newcomb.
JUNIOR HIGH MATH CLUB
ROW ONE: Myron Smay, Paul Shaffer, John Bowser, Bob Wagner, Ronald Martin, John Keifer, Wayne. ROW TWO: Susan Hipp, Roger Blough, Ricky Brehm, John Zahoran, Harry Harshberger, Mark Wissinger, Bill Drzal. ROW THREE: Audria Fingerhoot, Mary Mihalick, Mary Lou Ribblett. Ted Allison, Terry Bouch, A1 Coulter, Alison Jartin. ROW FOUR. Betty Good, Christine Gembinski, Sam Im-ler, Joel McFeathers, Robert Ellis, Ted Clites.
JUNIOR HIGH DANCE CLUBSCIENCE CLUB
ROW ONE: Buddy Lux, Patricia Newman, Robert Lux, Linda O’Neil, Stephen Small, Ralph Pringle, Barbara Woodruff, Beverly Boser. ROW TWO: Joel Leberknight, Ralph Bowman, Nellie Fisher, Rebecca Miller, Pam James, Jackie Diehl, Paulette Luther, Thomas Micale, Kathy Heiser. ROW THREE: Shirley Potts, Joe Ieni, Kathy Petrick, Linda Johnson, Daniel Danchanko, Carl Shaffer, Wanda Shaffer, Mary Ferg. ROW FOUR: Dale McCleary, Dave Miller, Jim Driscoll, Tom Miller, Robert Horten, Betty Crasser, George Diehl.
ROW ONE: Wayne Block, Donna Driscoll, Carol Long, Mr. Pasternak, Advisor. ROW TFfREE: Arlene Cramer, Dale McCleary, Robert McDonald.
ROW ONE: Mrs. Hargreaves, Advisor, Linda Rodgers, Cindy Espey, Debbie Smith, Maxine Miller, Joyce Bantly, Sharon Vann, Betty Jane Jody, Elanie Hamilton, Renate Lambert, Julia Filorimo, Marcia Williams, Diane Crislip, Mrs. Felix, Advisor. ROW TWO: Sharon Maschue, Lou Meyer, Janice Reed, Barbara Woodruff, Joyce Collier, Darlene Constable, Regina Crislip, Judy Turner, Ray College, Charlotte Manda, Linda Erb, Beth Emery, Jean Gabney. ROW THREE: Judy Mc-Cune, Jean Gilliland, Nancy Warner, Judy Fay, Pat Motter, Jackie Diehl, Cindy Horne, Cathy Collier, Debbie Hogan, Linda Smith, Sharon Heidorn. ROW FOUR: Kitty Callahan, Barbara Giesel, Pam James, Ursla Miller, Cathy Davidson, Kathy Petrick, Charlotte McClintock, Peggy Knipple, Joanne Van Horne, Carol Hamilton, Liz Stonebraker.
ROW ONE: Carol Keim, Connie Kress, Edward Russell, Martin Campanella. ROW TWO: Vivian Burkhart, Dennis Brown, Judy McCeary, Carol Ringler, Thomas Micale. ROW THREE: George Mintmier, Danny Lux, Joe Ieni, Joyce Kirchner.
96ROD and GUN
ROW ONE: James Weaver, Jim Mills, Tom Swain, Daryl Walters. ROW TWO: Barry Reed, Gary Platt, Earl Roberts. ROW THREE: Galen Beam, William Maris, Jim Tilley, Tim Leberknight.
ROW ONE: Linda Rodgers, Carol Keim, Debbie Smith, Elaine Hamilton, Julia Fiorimo. Donna Driscoll, Betty Jane Hody, Patricia Newman, Linda Erb, Beth Emery, Sharon Vann, Maxine Milles, Marcia Williams, Cindy Espey. ROW TWO: Kay College, Janice Reed, Darlene Constable, Jean Gabany, Judy Turner, Regina Crislip, Jim Mills, Gregory Miller, Vivian Burkhart, Connie Kress, Linda O'Neil, Barbara Woodruff, Joyce Collier, Sharon Maschue. ROW THREE: Cindy Horne, Cathy Collier, Carol Hamilton, Pat Motter, Elizabeth Stone-braker, Sharon Heidorn, Douglas Miller, Tim Leberknight, Dave Callen, Carol Ringler, Jean Gilliland, Judy Fay, Jackie Duhl, Paulette Luther, Debbie Hogan. ROW FOUR: Kathy Stahr, Judy McCreary, Barbara Geisel, Charlotte McClintock, Kathy Petrick, Betty Grasser, Dave Miller, Danny Pux, Cathy Davison, Ursla Miller, Wanda Shaffer, Joyce Kirchner, Mary Ferg, Peggy Knipple.
ROW ONE: Mr. Webber, Ray Rodgers, Tony Penna, Philip Campanella, Albert Bader. ROW TWO: Donald Snyder, Alan Keiper, Robert Wagstaff, Stephen Christy, Fred Alt. ROW THREE: Mark Ward, Carl Shaffer, Danny Cole, Terry Stahl.
ROW ONE: Mr. Pfuhl. Charles Schech, Charles Devorick, Jim Reffner, Richard Reynolds, Thomas Smith. ROW TWO: Dave Callen. Frank Peters, Ronald Lloyd, Michael Gilliland. ROW THREE: Wesley Bonner, Robert Johnson, Bill Jones, Robert Bandy, Ralph Reighard.Seniors Present a “Thriller” . . .
SENIOR PLAY CAST: Melvin Rummel, Gary Grubb, Beverly Schrock, Jim Riek, Judie Leonard, Dave Allen, Dick Fitzpatrick, Bill Walter, Bob Klaum, Sue Heiple, Gary Gerber.
Behind the scene workers
SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE: ROW ONE: Joan Bartlebaugh, Shirley Kleinmeyer, Karen Fetterman, Karen Metzgar, Kitty Simmons, Carol Moschgat. ROW TWO: Kathy Lehman, Tedde Stinson, Judy McDowell, Sandy Walter, Helen Ferg, Donna Hern, Marviene Bartoloma. ROW THREE: Barbara Ament, Carol Reffner, Sue Thomas, Walter Clawson, Terrie Wilson, Carol Swain. ROW FOUR: Dave Allen. Paul Kennedy, Gary Gerber, Tom Cooper, Paul Henry, Dennis Martinec, Daniel Lloyd.The cast takes a breather.
This year the senior class presented the mystery play, Ten Little Indians, by Agatha Christie. This play takes place on Indian Island where all but two of the guests who are visiting the Island, are murdered. Leading roles were played by Judie Leonard, Jim Riek, and Beverly Schrock.
Below: The big discussion is murder.
"Dinner is served."
Nine down and one to go.
'Oh! I'm so excited; I thought it would never come."
I could have danced all night.
SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT RICH ROKITA
101SPORTSThe Ferndale-Dale High School Cavalcade of Sports Is on the Air
HOW ARE YOU FIXED FOR SPORTS?
Ferndale-Dale High School has a variety of sports which make our school not only rated high in academics but also very high in athletics. As everyone knows, a good conditioned body is very necessary in this fast moving world. Sports also gives us a break in our daily routine. It offers constant development for the mind as well as the body. Our athletic program plays an important part for a more happy and enjoyable future.
ROW ONE: J. Thomas, K. Trexler, J. Jeroy, J. Lech, D. Sheehan, W. Ringler, K. Robertson. ROW TWO: Coach Matsko, J. Musulin, C. Poliacek, J. Gehlman, T. Cooper, B. Hornick, R. Spence, T. Hershberger, Coach Hyland. ROW THREE: J. Krape, R. Kush, K. Framton, F. Perdas, B. Rokita, R. Oaks, L. Scruggs, B. Kirrimick. ROW FOUR: T. Apple, B. Wissinger, B. Boast, L. Amann, T. Guest, M. McCall, E. Petrick. ROW FIVE: M. Smithson, A. Stager, E. Mishke, T. Miller, L. Varner, D. Imler, J. Horner, G. Biehl. ROW SIX: B. Jones, Dick Fornwalt, J. Alvarez.STARTING OFFENSIVE TEAM
ROW 1: 1. Cooper, end; J. Gehlman, tackle; D. Sheehan, guard; Hershberger, center; W. Ringler, guard; R. Spence, tackle; J. Musulin, end. ROW 2: J. Jeroy, halfback; J. Lech, quarterback; R. Oaks, fullback; K. Trexler, halfback.
"GO, TEAM, GO”
The Yellow Jackets of F.D.H.S. had a great season. Each week the students could be sure of seeing a top-notch football team. We had a great group of determined boys, and also, the best of coaching. Hard work, incentive, and initiative were the best words to describe the 1961-62 gridders.
CO-CAPTAINS—Jim Jeroy, Will Ringler, K. Trexler, John Lech.
MANAGERS—Jose Alvarez, Dick Fornwalt, Bob Jones, John Klan-char.
le-Dale Jackets I Team
PETRICKROW ONF.: D. Walters, B. Wright. R. Reighard, F. Oakley. C. Berkebile, P. Sebes, G. Moore. M. Davis, C. Alvarez. ROW TWO: Coach Matsko, J. Barnes. J. Tilley. V. Tononi, B. Jones, J. Garner, J. Pollacek, R. Johnson. Coach Hershberger. ROW THREE: L. Karlewitz, C. Shaffer, T. Allison. S. Kaspryzak, J. Popchak. G. Beam, G. Trexler, G. Mintmier. ROW FOUR: B. Hutchinson, C. Guant, J. Reffner, P. Callen, D. Parke, D. Hill, T. Penna. ROW FIVE: B. Wagner, J. Klanchar, B. Ragcr.
JUNIOR HIGH RECORD
13 Somerset 8
0 Catholic 13
6 Richland 13
6 Conemaugh Twp. 0
0 Portage 18
23 Franklin 0
21 United Joint 21
The past year our Junior High Football squad ended with a four win-3 loss record. The Junior High team was developed under Coach Hershberger and his assistant Wayne McKay. Under such careful and friendly instructors, the boys worked hard on mastering the fundamentals of sports. In later years, these boys will prove themselves as varsity performers.
Captain Barnes talks with the coaches.
JEAN STEPHY—Junior LEIDA MILAZZO—Junior
As in years gone by, our cheerleaders have been a great asset to our athletic teams. They made posters, sponsored many pep rallies, and aroused the school spirit of Ferndale-Dale High.
This year our cheerleaders were hosts for the 18th annual Cheerleading Contest after a smashing victory last year with their terrific "Jacket Destiny.” Our cheerleaders have proved themselves to be the greatest!
Pauline Scheck. Sharon Fitzpatrick, Linda Scott, Marilyn Gavazzoni.
Michele Burns, Polly Frombach, Sally Livingston, Mimi Ramsey.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Don-na Wondors, Doreen Barkhimer, Connie
Thompson, Cindy Espey, Nadine Pluchinsky, Trudy Thompson, Cheryl
Dimpfl, Linda Faye.BARRY MILLER
South Fork ................50
Conemaugh ............... 67
Catholic ................ 71
Central Cambria .......... 6l
South Fork ................54
United Joint ..............39
Conemaugh Twp............. 54
...Westmont ................. 44
....Windber ................. 53
Central Cambria ...........50
... Indiana ..................56
. Adams ......................65
.. .Westmont ............ ... 42
... Somerset .................69
10 wins, 13 losses
115ROW ONE: John Rychak, Oliver Knighton. Mike McCall, Jim Jeroy, Rick Kohan. ROW TWO: Tom Cooper, Fred Layton, Jim Doyle, Coach Rigby, John Lech, John Kotch, Barry Witkosky.
Our Managers: Barry Ream, Bob Alt, Doug Barnes.
A disappointing season was staged by our varsity basketball squad headed by Coach Rigby. Plagued by injuries and illness throughout the season, they concluded with a record of ten wins and thirteen losses, taking fourth place in the Tri-County League. Of the two games with rival Westmont, the varsity cagers took the first by a six point lead and was defeated in the second by a narrow two points. Since several outstandings players were underclassmen, next year's season looks hopeful.
Coach Pfuhl. STANDING: C. Moyer, D. Imler, A. Reddecliff, F. Perdas, L. Amann, T. Guest, L. Scruggs, B. Dunbar.
116JR. HIGH RECORD
38 Triangle Area ..............34
27 Catholic .................. 33
19 Richland ...................16
34 Conemaugh ................. 27
42 Conemaugh Twp...............22
37 Cochran ....................34
53 Franklin ...................36
30 Garfield .................. 39
36 Adams-Summerhill........... 29
35 Westmont ...................29
33 Richland ...................37
43 Adams-Summerhill 33
34 Catholic .................. 31
17 Joseph Johns ............. 39
33 Westmont ...................48
45 Franklin ...................52
43 Conemaugh Twp...............26
11 wins, 7 losses
ROW ONE: Jab Barnes, John Crowley, Bill Johnson, Phil Sebes. ROW TWO: Jim Garner, John Raysich, John Cammarata, Darel McConnel, Bill Jones.
Junior High Basketball
Coach Hershberger’s junior high basketball squad held an outstanding season. For a time, they stood in first place in their league. With a commendable record of eleven wins and seven losses, they took third place in the Conemaugh Valley Junior High League. These "Junior Jackets” show promise of developing into excellent junior varsity and varsity cagers.
Darel Walters, Mark Wissinger, Don Stammely, Tim Malisko, Barry Wright, Bob Poliachak, Duane Hill, Larry Naugle, Bob Wagner.
Coach: NYLE HERSHBERGER
Managers: Vic Tononi, Barry Lee Rager.
ROW ONE: George Hutchinson, Wayne Thomas, Louis Scruggs, Ron Spence, Joe Jarvis, Dick Oaks, Ron Motter, John Thomas, Elwood Karashin. ROW TWO: Dick Fitzpatrick, Ollie Knighton, Chuck Poliacek. Tom Cammerata, Rich Rokita, John Rychak, Bob Hornick, Jim Garner. ROW THREE: Coach Pfuhl, Doc Cooper, Ron Sturm, Ron Sottiie, Terry Croyle, Tom Cooper, Wayne McDowell, Bill Courter, Mike Cherney, Barry Yuhas, Bob Alt, Coach McKay.
Our thinclads proved themselves to be tops by winning the Coach Meet class B title. Ferndale’s track members displayed themselves well in all the meets in which they participated. The students of Ferndale-Dale should be proud of the track team. COACH PFUHL
Rokita, Jarvis, Karashen, Knighton
Hornick, Spence, Cooper
118Golf - 1961
Bob Kohan, Bob Schlenter, Coach Rigby, Rick Kohan.
Our Golf team has a reputation of being one of the best. Every time they play a round, their experience and enthusiasm is shown.
Trexler—up and over.
Trexier—coming down."Big Gun,” John Rychak
Our Cross-Country team displayed great growth and improvement for the second year. The boys showed this by placing well in many meets. Next year Coach Pfuhl is looking forward to a good team.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
ROW ONE: T. Smith, J. Mills, T. Leberknight, B. Bennet, B. Bantly, B. Dunbar. ROW TWO: B. Alt, J. Raysich, B. Miller, J. Rychak, Coach Pfuhl.
GIRL’S GYM CLASSES CHRISTMAS TREE PYRAMID CONTEST
Above: GRAND WINNER—USING APPARATUS, "THE CZARS"
Below: WINNER—FREE STANDING, "THE UNTOUCHABLE MISSES"
Above: WINNER—MOST DIFFICULT, "THE TWISTERS"
Below: WINNER—MOST ORIGINAL, "THE BLACK
ANGELS"Bill throws—-and the strike!
Wait until the next pitch! Will snatches another.
Baseball — 1961
Conemaugh Twp. Westmont
Westmont Johnstown ..Conemaugh Twp. Adams .........
The Ferndale-Dale Baseball Team of 1961 had a rather discouraging season, winning only 3 of their 10 games. The squad will return to the diamond this spring with hopes of a winning season. The 1962 team will consist of many returning lettermen; therefore chances for a top-notch record look rather encouraging.
ROW ONE: Will Ringler, Chris Grimshaw, Jim Doyle, Hank Perdas, Norman Walters, Charles McCune, Walt Clawson, Ken Frampton. ROW TWO: Bill Mitchell, Bob Jones, Barry Ream, Lance Stuver, Doug Barnes, Barry Miller, Fred Lay-ton, Dennis Martinec, Frank Perdas, John Lech.ALVEREZ
Jacket Wrestling TeamROW 1: R. Robertson, B. Spiker, J. Alvarez, L. Rummel, G. Trexler, D. Parker. ROW 2: B. Emery, K. Trexler, R. Oaks, C. Alvarez, M. Rummel. D. Baumbaugh, B. Yulias. ROW 3: Coach Matsko, D. Richards, B. Walter, J. Poliacek, L. Varner, J. Horner, J. Musulin, C. Poliacek, B. Hornick, B. Craig, R. Allen, Coach Butler.
MANAGERS: Barry Youchak and Stan Kasprzyk.
Coach Matsko’s varsity wrestling squad provided many exciting evenings in the winter of 1961-62. Two grapplers remained undefeated throughout the season; these were Dean Richards and Rick Allen. The record for this season, the fourth, was a rather good one of four wins, six losses. One particularly disappointing battle was the match with rival Westmont, lost by a 33-27 score. Assisting Coach Matsko in training our matters was Coach Butler.
"Drive, drive, drive!"
....27 Conemaugh Twp..........25
8 Chestnut Ridge ...... 34
....36 J. B. J................25
....29 Central Cove 26
....22 Everett ...............27
....27 Westmont ............. 33
....24 Somerset ..............29
26 Blairsville ...........23
22 Cresson .............. 31
....20 United Joint ..........26
4 Wins, 6 Losses
"Just a little more!"
124ALLEN, DAVID 728 Bedford Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Chorus 1, 4; Hunting and Fishing 1; Jets Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Record Club 1.
ALLEN. RICHARD 700 Vickroy Avenue
Advanced Education Seminar 2, 3; Band 1; Chorus I; Boys Interclass 1, 2. 3; Class President 1, 3; Football 1; Future Teachers 4; Courier 2, 3, 4; Jets Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Junior Class Play—Actor 3: Key Club 2, 3. 4. President 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; REFLECTOR Staff—Photographer 3, 4; Stage Manager 3, 4; School Photographer 2. 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4. Vice-President 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
ALLISON, JOHN R.D. 1, Box 135
Band 2, 3; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4.
ALT, WALTER 729V Pickworth Street
Baseball 3. 4; Chorus 1; Cross Country 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1.
AMENT, BARBARA 416 Summit Avenue
Band—Colorguard 3, 4; Chorus—Girls Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3; G.A.A. 1; Nurses Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Play Committee— 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
BAREFOOT, SANDRA 530 Vickroy Avenue
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 4; G.A.A. 1; Nurses Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2.
BARTLEBAUGH, JOAN 691 Von Lunen Road
Chess Club 1; Class Play—Actress 3, Committee 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Christmas Pageant 4; Librarian 1; Majorette 1; National Honor Society 4; Nurses Club 4; Pep Club 1; REFLECTOR 4; Speech for Democracy Conestant 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Officer 4.
BARTOLOMA. MARVIENE 535 Hystone Avenue
Band 1, 3, 4; Class Play Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
BENSON, JUDITH 387 Ohio Street
Class Play Committee 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
BLUE, MARLIN R.D. 1, Box 228
Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4.
BRANT, NANCY 556 Glen wood Avenue
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus—Girls 2, Mixed 3, 4; Class Play— Actress 3; Football Queen 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 1.
CAROTHERS, CAROL 270 Snow Street Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
CERNAK, THERESA R.D. 1, Box 224
Chorus 1; Class Officer—Secretary 1, 3, 4; Christmas Pageant 4; Football Queen 4; Librarian 1; National Honor Society 4; Play Committee 3; Pep Club 1, 4; Prom Committee 3; REFLECTOR 4; Ring Committee 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2.
CHUHA, JOSEPH R.D. 1, Box 234
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
CLAWSON, WALTER 181 David Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Football 1; Glee Club 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Play Committee 3, 4; Varsity Club 4.
CLAYCOMB. BARRY 400 Lunen Street
Chbrus 3; Gymnastic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; REFLECTOR 4.
R. 337, Ohio Street
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
COOPER. TOM 359 Ohio Street
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Class Play Committee 3, 4; F-Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3; Student Council—President 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
CRAIG, ROBERT 372 Ferndale Avenue
Band 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Play 3; Wrestling Manager 2; Wrestler 4.
EASTLAKE, GARY 544 Oakland Avenue
Basketball 1; Football 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play Committee 3, 4; Mixed Chorus.
EMERY, BRIAN 936 Nathaniel Street
Baseball 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Hunting and Fishing Club 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
FARANDA, GUY R.D. 1, Box
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4.
FERG. HELEN CAROL 817 Von Lunen Road
Chess Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Library Club 1; Nurses Club 2,
3, 4; Pep Club 2; Senior Play—Prompter 4; Y-Teens 4.
FETTERMAN. KAREN 716 Harlan Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3; Band Council 3; County Band 2, 3; Courier 1, 3, 4; Junior Play—Student Director 3; Senior Play Committee 4; National Honor Society 4; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
FITZPATRICK, RICHARD 813 Annie Street
Basketball 2; Chess Club 1; Cross Country 3, 4; F-Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Senior Play—Actor 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
FRAMPTON, ELAINE 536 Carnation Street
Girls Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; Pep Club' 1; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
FREIDLINE, PAULINE 921 Bedford Street Chorus 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
FROMBACH, WILLIAM 204 Diamond Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; County Band 3, 4; Dance Band 4; District Band 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Band
1, 2, 3, 4.
GEHLMANN, JUDE 333 Kennard Street
Baseball 2; Class Officer—Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Boys Interclass 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club
2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Vice President 3, President 4; Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3; Track 4; Varsity Club 4.
GERBER, GARY 267 David Street
Chess Club 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior Play—Actor 4.
GIPE, FRED 212 Ogle Street
Basketball 1; Football 1, 2; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Play Committee 3, 4.GRANDINETTI, ELAINE R. 224, Arthur Street
Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Y-Teens 1, 4.
R. 325 Cliff Street
Chorus 1, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
GRUBB, GARY R. D. 1, Box 1923
Basketball 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; REFLECTOR 4; Rifle Team 1; School Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play— Actor.
HALL, HAROLD 261 View Street
Advanced Work Seminar for Able Youth 2, 3; Band Manager 1; Basketball 3; Boy of the Month 4; Chorus 1; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President and Program Chairman 3; Governors Youth Conference on Traffic Safety 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 2; Johnstown College Scholastic Quiz 4; Junior Play— Actor 3; Key Club 4; Key Club Convention 4; National Honor Society 3, 4—President 4; Ring Committee 2; Valedictorian 4.
HARE, SHELBA 515 Carnation Avenue
Junior Play Committee 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
HEIPLE, SUZANNE 235 Arthur Street
Class Play—Committee 3, Actress 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Girls Basketball Team 4; Librarian 1.
HENRY, PAUL 226 View Street
Chorus 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4.
HERN, DONNA 54 r Summit Avenue
Chorus—Girls 1, 2, Mixed—3, 4; Class Play Committee 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Librarian 1; Nurses Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Y-Teens 2, 4.
HERSHBERGER, THOMAS 548 Ferndale Avenue
Chorus 1, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Jets Club 3, 4; Junior Play— Actor; Key Club 3, 4; REFLECTOR 4; Ring Committee 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Varsity Club 4.
HODGE, PHYLLIS 932 Ferndale Avenue
Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Girls Basketball Team 4; Girls Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; Y-Teens 1.
HORNER, SHARON 3221 2 Arthur Street
Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurses Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
HORNICK, ROBERT 384 Plainfield Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Interclass 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; County Band 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 3; Pep Band 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
IENI, ANTHONY 938 Bedford Street
Band 1, 2; Chorus 1; Gymnastics Club 1; Hunting and Fishing 2, 3; Key Club 4; Prom Committee 3.
JARTIN, CATHY 200 Quaker Avenue
Band 1; G.A.A. 1; Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
JEROY, JAMES 610 Ferndale Avenue
Band 1; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4—Co-Captain 4; Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3; Jets Club 3; Key Club 3; Speech for Democracy Contestant 4; Student Council 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
KASSANDER, GEORGE 385 Lunen Street
Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
KENNEDY. PAUL 939 Lemon Street
Chess Club 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 3, 4; Jets Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Senior Play Committee 4.
KLANCHAR, JACQUELINE 383 Lunen Street
Band—Color Guard 3, 4; Dancing Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Junior Play—Prompter 3; Librarian 1, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
KLAUM, ROBERT 352 Oakland Avenue
Advanced Work Seminar for Able Youth 2, 3; Courier 3, 4; Class Officer—Vice President 3; Key Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; National Honor Society 3, 4—Vice President 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play—Actor; REFLECTOR—Associate Editor.
KLEINMEYER, SHIRLEY 707V2 Messenger Street
Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed I, 3, 4; Junior Play—Prompter 3; Nurses Club 3, 4—Vice President 3, President 4; National Honor Society 4; Party Planning Club 1; REFLECTOR 4; Ring Committee 2; Senior Play—Student Director 4; Y-Teens 2.
KOHAN, RICHARD 399 Caroline Street Basketball 1, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
KOONTZ. ROBERTA 434 Terry Street
Chorus 1; Dancing Club 3; Junior Play—Prompter 3; Librarian 1; Pep Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
KOTCH, JOHN 120 Alma Avenue
Baseball 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Courier—Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Football 1; Future Teachers 1, 2, 4, President 4; Junior Play Actor 3; Key Club 3, 4—Treasurer 4; Senior Class President 4; Senior Play—Actor 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3, 4—Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Advanced Work Seminar for Able Youth 2, 3.
KRUPKA. NANCY R.D. 1, Box 20
Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
LA PORTE, MILDRED 175 Anthony Street
Chorus—Girls 1, Mixed 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4—Vice President 2, 4.
LAYTON, FREDERICK 910 Ferndale Avenue
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4, REFLECTOR 4; Varsity Club 4.
LECH, JOHN 207V2 Gable Street
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4—Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer—President 2, Treasurer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4—Captain 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4—Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 3; Ring Committee 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
LEHMAN, KATHLEEN 380 Plainfield Avenue
Band 1; Courier 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4—Secretary 4; Junior Play—Actress 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; REFLECTOR—Editor in Chief 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Jr. Y-Teens 1.
LENTVORSKY, BERTHA R.D. 1, Box 294
County Chorus 4; Librarian 2; Mixed Chorus 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
129LEONARD, JUDITH 552 Harlan Avenue
Class Play—Actress 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Girls Chorus 2; Majorettes
1, 2, 3, 4—Head Majorette 3. 4; Pep Club 1, 3, 4—Vice President
3, President 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4—Officer 2.
LEWIS. IDA 591 Bedford Street
Home Economics Club 1; Y-Teens 3, 4.
LING, DIANE 406 Glenwood Avenue
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4—Co-Captain 4; Courier 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Chorus 2; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Junior Play—Actress 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2; Y-Teens 1—Secretary 1.
LLOYD, DANIEL 231 Arthur Street
Hunting and Fishing Club 4; Jets Club 2, 3, 4; Record Club 1.
LUNKO, MARY R.D. 1, Box 146
Chorus 1; Librarian 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
MALDET, DARWEN 288 View Street
Chorus—Girls 1, 2, 3—Mixed 1, 2, 3, 4; Ring Committee 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARTINEC, DENNIS 717 Clark Street
Baseball 3, 4; Chorus 1; Football 2; Gymnastics Club 1; Varsity Club 4.
MATELJAN, BARBARA 343 Hall Street
Dance Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
McCUNE, CHARLES 201 Cliff Street
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.
733 McMillen Street
Cheerleader 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Chorus—Girls 1, 2—Mixed 1,
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Librarian 1; Majorette 1; Junior Play Actress 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4—Secretary 3—President 4.
MEJIA, PATRICIA R.D. 1, Box 101
Chorus 1, 3; Librarian 1; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
MERBERGER, SANDRA 532 Penrod Street
Band 1; Junior Play—Prompter 3; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
METZGAR, KAREN 234Vi David Street
Chess Club 1; Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1, 2; Courier; Majorette 1; National Honor Society 3, 4—Treasurer 4; Nurses Club— Officer 4; Play Committees 3, 4; REFLECTOR; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
MICIK, JOSEPH R.D. 1, Box 292 A Hunting and Fishing Club 4.
MILAZZO, LENORE 685 Bank Street
Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1, 2; Chess Club 1; Nurses Club 3; Prom Committee 3; REFLECTOR; Ring Committee 2; Teachers Club 4.
MILLER, RENEE 567 Bedford Street
Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 3; Librarian 1; Pep Club 2; Record Club 1; Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4.
MITCHELL, BILL 717 Messenger Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Boys Glee Club 4; Chess Club 1; Chorus 3, 4; Class Officer—Treasurer 1; Future Teachers Club 2; Geography Club 1; Gymnastic Club 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2; Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 4; Shop Club 1; Track 1; Cross Country 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4.
MOCK, DAVID 223 David Street
Football 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 3, 4; Jets Club 2; Science Club 1.
MOCK, DORIS 312 David Street
Chorus-Girls 3; Mixed 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
MOSCHGAT, CAROL 47 Martin Street
Chess Club 1; Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1; G.A.A. 2; Librarian 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Play Committees 3, 4; REFLECTOR; Student Council 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
MOTTER. RONALD 701 Bedford Street
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 3; Hunting and Fishing Club 4; Interclass Basketball 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
MUSULIN, JOHN R.D. 1, Box A-120
Football 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club ,4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Wrestling 2, 4.
POLIACEK, CHARLES R.D. 1, Box 280
Chorus 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Wrestling 2.
REESEY, CHARLES 730 Bloom Street
Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Science Club 1.
REFFNER. CAROL 725 Messenger Street
Chorus 2; G.A.A. 2; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Play Committees 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
REFFNER, JULIA 727V2 Ferndale Avenue
Chorus 1; Pep Club 1; Play Committee 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
REPLOGLE, CARL 200 Hystone Avenue
Courier 2; Football 1; Gymnastic Club 2, 3, 4; Officer 3.
RHEEL, JOHN 713 Messenger Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Gymnastics Club 1, 2; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2.
RHEEL, RAYMOND 713 Messenger Street
Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Crafts Club 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Geography Club 1.
RICHARDS, DEAN 503 Vickroy Avenue
Baseball 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Jets Club 4; Secretary 4; Key Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; REFLECTOR 4; Ring Committee 2; Student Council 3, 4; Track 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
RIEK, JAMES 402 Cliff Street
Jets Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play—Actor; Chess Club 1.
RINGLER, WILLARD 901 Nathaniel Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Chorus 4; Football—Co-Captain 4; Ring Committee 2; Varsity Club 3, 4.ROBERTSON, KERRY R.D. 1, Box 227
Band 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2; Student Council 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
RUMMEL, MELVIN R.D. 1, Box 114-A
Band 1, 2; Band Council 2; Baseball 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2; Jets Club 4; Key Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee; Ring Committee 3; Senior Play—Actor; Track 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
SCHROCK, BEVERLY 924 Lemon Street
Band 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1; Chorus—Girls 1; Mixed 1, 2; Courier 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior and Senior Play—Actress; Librarian 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; Pep Band 2, 3; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Pep Club 2; Student Council 4.
SEMPETI, SANDRA 188 Crystal Street
Junior Secretary (School Officer); Prom Committee; Ring Committee 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2.
SHAFFER, ALMA 689 Messenger Street Band; Chorus 4; Y-Teens 4.
SHAFFER, JEAN 514 Vickroy Avenue
Cheerleader 1, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Nurses Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Committee 3; REFLECTOR 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Y-Teens 1.
SHEEHAN, DAVID 723 Suter Street
Baseball 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4.
SHOAF, KERRY 524 Vickroy Avenue
Archery 1; Hunting and Fishing 2, 4; Wrestling 2.
SIMMONS. KATHLEEN 125 Gable Street
G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 4; Play Committee 4; Y-Teens 1, 2,
SMITH, CHARLES R.D. Box 92
Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3.
SPENCE, RONALD 485 Bedford Street
Boys’ Glee Club 4; Chorus 4; Chess Club 1; Football 1, 3, 4; Interclass Basketball 1, 4; Jets 2, 3, 4; President 3; National Honor Society 4; Science Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Wrestling 2, 3.
STINSON, TEDDE 811 Vickroy Avenue
Chorus—Mixed 42, 3, 4; County Chorus 3; Girls Trio 2, 3; Girls Ensemble 2, 4; Courier 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Junior Play—Student Director 3; Pep Club 4; Senior Play—Assistant Student Director; Y-Teens 4.
R.D. 1, Box 278
Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 4.
STURM, RONALD 1639 Pilgrim Court
Golf 4; Hunting and Fishing 1, 3, 4; Track 3.
SWAIN, CAROL 699 Messenger Street
Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1, 4; County Chorus 4; Girls Ensemble 4; Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Play Committee—Prompter 4.
TEETER, VIVIAN R.D. 1, Box 207 Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3, 4.
TOMAK, CAROLE R.D. 1, Box 198
G.A.A. 1; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Committee 3; Pep Club 1, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3.
THOMAS, JOHN R.D. 1, Box 238
Football 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 4.
305 Arthur Street
Band—Color Guard 3; Chorus 3; Play Committees 3, 4; Nurses Club 4; Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
TOMPKINS, BERNARD 599 Bedford Street
Chess Club 1; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Club 1.
TREXLER, KENT 565 Margaret Avenue
Class Officer, President 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Club 2, 3, 4; Jets Club 3, 4; Vice President 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
306 Summit Avenue
Cheerleader 1; Chorus—Girls 1; Mixed 2, 3, 4; County Chorus 4; Girl’s Trio 3, 4; Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
WALSH, BONNIE 525 Glenwood Avenue
Cheerleader 3; Courier 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Play Committee—Prompter 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
WALTER, SANDRA 190 David Street
Chess Club 1; Chorus—Girls 1, 2; Mixed 1; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Play Committees 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 2.
WALTER, WILLIAM R. 110 Hummel Street
Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Geography Club 1; Record Club 2; Senior Play—Actor; Student Director of Band 3-
WEAVERLING, JANE 921 Harlan Avenue
Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3; Chorus—District Chorus 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 4; Girls Chorus 1; Girls Trio 3, 4; Girls Quartet 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Secretary 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Librarian 1-Y-Teens 4.
WILLIAMS, GWENDOLYN 508 Hystone Avenue
G.A.A. I, 2; Junior Play Committee 3; Fifture Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 4.
WILSON, TERRIE 759 Bloom Street
Band 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 3; REFLECTOR 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
YUHAS, BARRY 410 Penrod Street
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Council 3; County Band 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Jets Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4.
YUHAS, SHERRIE 408 Oakland Avenue
Chorus 1; Junior Play Committee 3; REFLECTOR 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
ZIMA, LARRY 525 Summit Avenue
Basketball 1; Football 1; Gymnastics Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
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