Ferndale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)
- Class of 1966
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Dedicafim . . .
We, the graduating members of the Class of 1966,
as a last and parting gesture wish to dedicate this,
the 1966 edition of the Reflector to you-Miss
Leora Rager. We hope that this annual will serve
you as a reminder of our class and will in the future
bring back only pleasant memories of our association.
More important, however, is the fact that this is
little payment indeed for the many services you
have rendered to us, both individually and collec-
tively, during our short sojurn at Ferndale. We will
long remember your dedication to both classroom and
extracurricular activities and the witty manner in
which you so artfully shared your knowledge and
experience with us. These lessons, which are not so
easily learned nor so soon forgotten, will be in-
valuable to us in the future. From the Class of 1966,
heartfelt congratulations and every success in the
Greetings to You:
Basic to our approach in education is the theme "Education for all, equal opportuni-
ties for all." As Americans we consider education as the best means for improvement
and achievement. Education serves as the main vehicle in fostering such great ideals
of our American society as individual dignity, personal liberty, and equality of oppor-
Public education has been the main spring of our entire educational program. This
program stresses the development of individual capacities, rather than fitting our stu-
dents into a mold. The chance to succeed rests on abilities and talents of the individual
rather than on background or inheritance.
Our hope is that while you have been a student at the Ferndale Area High School
that we have challenged you to develope your individual abilities so that you might
Best wishes to the Class of 1966. May they continue the great ideals of our American
Elmer J. Berkebile
MR, ELMER BERKEBILE DR. RUSSELL R. GRUMLING Q MR. COLBERT W. VARNER
Supervising Principal A557 Supervising Principal High Sfbggl Prinpipal
During the 1965-66 school term, Ferndale Area Schools operated for the first time
as a merged district. The administrators of our schools have done a remarkable job in
overcoming the pitfalls which beset the school during this period of renovation. Under
the leadership of Mr. Berkebile, Ferndale Area has emerged from the transition main-
taining its reputation of academic excellence. He has received invaluable assistance from
Dr. Grumling, who directs the elementary program, and Mr. Varner, the guiding light
in the senior high school. The unsung heroes are the secretaries who assist in imple-
menting the programs set up by the administration. "HATS OFF TO A JOB WELL
MRS. EMMA KOERBER MRS. LILLIAN FAY MISS SHERRIE LYNN YUHAS
Secrezary S efretary Sffwlflfy
l6'mrd af Sducatim
To the members of the Board of Education has fallen the responsibility of directing
the entire operation of a school system. The member districts of the Ferndale Area
Schools are truly fortunate in having the capable leadership necessary to provide the
facilities and personnel which maintain the excellent standards of the community and
promote the educational ideals of our society. Without the worthwhile endeavors of
these dedicated individuals this would surely be impossible. To these men we impart
our sincere congratulations.
PHILIP COOK HERMAN OBER
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EUGENE BURKETT PAUL DOYLE DEAN FETTERMAN
Middle Taylor Ferndale Ferndale
ADAM KOCH XWILLIAM LEWIS
JAMES RIEK DEAN RUMMELL
Brownstown Bfiddle Taylor
GEORGE W. JONES GEORGE SPENCE
In determining the ultimate worth of an educational program the most important
single factor to be considered is the faculty. An institution of learning is only as success-
ful as its teaching personnel are capable. We at Ferndale are fortunate to number among
our teachers some of the finest in the area. We wish to salute these people who have
given so much of themselves and their ability to prepare and guide us for the future.
MR. RAY ALWINE MR. GEORGE E. AMBROE, JR. MRS. FRANCES ANDERSON
Richland Township High School Adams Township High School Johnstown High School
University of Pittsburgh Duquesne University Slippery Rock State College
Indiana State College Indiana State College Indiana State College
Capitol University English H eallb and Pbysiral Education
Cbenziszry and Physics
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MR. ROBERT W. BAILEY MRS. SUE S. BENFORD MRS. I.. MARIE BLOUGH
Westmont-Upper Yoder High School Adams Township High School Johnstown High School
Juniata College Indiana State College Indiana State College
Mathematics General Business Training University of Pittsburgh
9119 Grade English
MRS. JANICE BOLHA
Ferndale-Dale High School
Indiana State College
MR, GLENN BROUGHER MR.'DONALD F. FICCO
Boswell High School Greensburg High School
Indiana Slate Cgllegg Indiana State College
Ar! I mmzflor and Superzfiror 10119 Grade Eflgliifv
MR. THOMAS FRIEBEN MR. NORMAN W. GAGGINI MR. DENNIS K. HAKANEN
Ferndale-Dale High School Ford City High School Turtle Creek High School
Indiana State College Indiana State College Slippery Rock State College
World Culture: Pl9yJicol Scienre Biology
Inlroduclory C laemiflry and Plfyrirr Playriology
MRS. CAROLYN HUBER MR. GEORGE L. KAUFFMAN MR. EDWARD C. LEAF
Cresson High School Altoona High School Laketfm High School
University of Pittsburgh Lock Haven State College California State College
Sparziflf Penn State University Penn SIMS UrliV6rSity
P.0.D., Social Sludief, Indiana State College
ami Physiology Driver Education and Arzierimrz H iflory
MRS. RUTH LING MR. WAYNE McKAY
Berlin High School Adams Township High School
Mercy Hospital School of Nursing University of Pittsburgh
Indiana State College Geography, Civics,
School Nurfe and Science
MRS. JUNE MILES
Westmont-Upper Yoder High School
Memorial Hospital School of
Indiana State College
Grade School Nurie
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MR. SAMUEL M. NASTASE MR. JOHN E. PENCOLA MR. THOMAS P. PETRORE
Beaverdale High School East Conemaugh High School J0l1r1StOWH High School
University of Pittsburgh Concord College Indiana State College
Penn State University Inftrumenlal Direflor General Buxineu Training
MISS LEORA G. RAGER MR. RICHARD RIGBY MRS. KATHRYN S. RODGERS
Laura Lamar High School Dale High School Bangor High School
Indiana Stte College Slippery Rock State College Hood College
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MR. WILBER WEBBER MRS. ELIZABETH T. WEIGLE MR. WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS, JR.
California High School Cresson High School Ebensburg-Cambria High School
Columbia University Indiana State College Indiana State College
California State College General Bufineyr Education General Mzuic
Mechanical Drawing Mixed Charm
MRS. DOROTHY WILLIAMSON MR. LAURENCE M. WOLF MISS ELIZABETH S. ZVOLERIN
Johnstown High School Ripley High School Windber High School
Lock Haven State College Buffalo State College University of Pittsburgh
General Math Indmzrial Arif-Mechanical Drawing Indiana State College
Algebra I, ll General S6017 French
MRS. KU CHAR
We wish to thank the Service
Department of our school for the
fine job they have done through-
out the year. The custodians in-
dustriously tackled the task of
keeping the building clean and
the equipment in repair. They
could be found doing various and
essential maintenance jobs, from
replacing light bulbs to repairing
the Ventilating system. Our cooks
are also to be commended for ef-
ficiently serving to the student
body inexpensive yet well balanc-
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Seniors-this is your last year at Fern-
dale, therefore, this, the Reflector of 1966,
is devoted to you. The Reflector staff hopes
that this issue will serve as a treasure of
the future-serving as a link to the past.
The Reflector presents in pictorial form
the myriad of faces and events which made
this-your senior year. It is necessary, how-
ever, that you look not to the past, but to
the future. Upon graduation you will be-
come citizens of the World with adult duties
and responsibilities for which you have
been so adequately prepared. We, the mem-
bers of the Reflector staff, impart to all of
you sincere congratulations and the best of
luck and success in the future.
THEODORE TILTON ALLISON RICARDO ALVAREZ THOMAS GILMORE AYERS, JR
"Ted" "Chico" "Tom"
R.D.7-H Box 155 'R.D.41 Box 101A 858 Ferndale Avenue
Middle Taylor Middle Taylor Ferndale
Amdemic Commercial Amdemic
ALBERT GEORGE BADER PAULETTE LOUISE BALLOW WILLIAM BENSHOFF
"Al" "Paule" "Benny"
401 Cliff Street R.D.a951 Box 120B R. 360 Ohio Street
Dale Middle Taylor Lorain
Comm efrial C ommercinl Commercial
JAMES MICHAEL BEZEK ROGER ALFRED BLOUGH WAYNE MERLE BLUE
"Bez" "Rog" "Blue"
185 Crystal Street 298 Goucher Street R,D,99f1 Box 228
Brownstown Ferndale Middle Taylor
Amdwnic Amdemir Cgmmerfigl
JOHN LLOYD BOAST TERRY LEE BOUCH RICHARD WAYNE BREHM
"jack" "T" "Rick"
R.D.9'f1 Box 238B R.D.a9f1 Box 96A R.D.4f1 Box 145
Middle Taylor Middle Taylor Middle Taylor
Commerrial Affzdmzic Amdemic
BARBARA NELL BROWN DENNIS LEE BROWN RICHARD EARL BROWN
"Babs" 'lSmuclge" "Sport"
329 Arthur Street 817 Parson Street 329 Arthur Street
Dale Dale Dale
Commercial Amdemif Commerrial
MARGARET FRANCES BURKETT FRANCIS JAMES BURKHARD VIVIAN ELAINE BURKHART
"Maggie" "Frank" "Vivian"
R.D.94f1 BOX 297B 208 Thelma Street 254 Arthur Street
Middle Taylor Lorain Dale
Amdemir Commercial Commerrial
NANCY LEE CHUMRIK THEODORE EDGAR CLITES STEPHEN CHARLES CONFER
"Chumie" "Ted" "Reeves"
303 Habicht Street 716 Summit Avenue 586 Margaret Avenue
Brownstown Ferndale Ferndale
Amdemir Amdemi: Arademic
CLAUDIA CAROL CONSTABLE FREIDA LOUISE COOPER ALLISON ASBURY COULTER, JR
"Claudia" "Fritz" "Al"
510 Shomo Avenue 916 Austin Street 405 Vickroy Avenue
Lorain Ferndale Ferndale
Arademi: Academir Amdemir
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ARLENE ELLEN CRAINIER REGINA MARIE CRISLIP DIANE LEE CRUICKSHANK
"Lynie" "Jeanne" "Dee-Dee"
152 Arthur Street 217 David Street 311 DiHm0I1Cl Sfffef
Dale Dale Lorain
Academic Academic Affldfmif
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LINDA LEE CUSTER I MARK RICHARD DAVIS PAUL JOHN DEMCOE, JR.
"Linda" "Stick" "Paul"
382 Ferndale Avenue RDa941 Box 105A 171 Anthony Street
Ferndale Middle Taylor Brownstown
Commercial Academic G ezzeml
DIANE MARIE DIEHL JACQUELINE JEAN DIEHL GEORGE WILLIADI DIMPFL
"Diane" "jackie" "Hawk"
67 Albany Street 689 Von Lunen Road 431 Vickroy Avenue
Brownstown Dale Ferndale
Commerrial Aazdunziv Afademic
CATHY MAY DOOLITTLE
731 Bedford Street
DONNA LEE DRISCOLL LINDA DIANE DROZ
233 Arthur Street -100 Willis Street
Coz1z111e1'fi,1l C 0 m 121 wfial
WILLIAL1 JQSEPH DRZAL ROBERT THOMAS ELLIS LUCINDA ANNE ESPEY
"Bill" "Bob" "Cindy"
R, 523 Carnation Ayenue 615 Glenwood Avenue 913 Lemon Street
Lorain Ferndale Dale
Amdgmji- Amdemir Cozfzmefrrifzl
INIARY TI-IERESA FARANDA PAULA KAY FARLEY ERNEST DWIGHT FETZER
"Mare" "Paula" "Ernie"
RD9141 Box 103C 557 Vickroy Avenue 306 Alma Avenue
Middle Taylor Ferndale Lorain
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CAROLE ANN FISHER CHRISTINE MARGARET FRIEBEN CHRISTINE IRENE GEMBINSKI
"Carole" "Chris" "Chris"
410 Ferndale Avenue 169 Anthony Street 444 Valley Street
Ferndale Brownstown Lorain
Commercial Amdemi: Amdwfziv
THOINIAS MICHAEL GOCH BETFY JANE GOOD MARGARET RUTH GOSSARD
"Mickey" "Betty" "Peggy"
519 Hystone Avenue 407 Vickroy Avenue 718 Summit Avenue
Ferndale Ferndale Ferndale
Commerrial Commerfial Amdemic
DOROTHY MARIE HAHN CAROL ANN HAMILTON HARRY HOWARD HARSHEBERGER
"Dorth" "Carol" "Huck"
65 Albany Street 326 Arthur Street 214 Orchard Street
Brownstown Dale Lorain
Comnzercial Academic Amdemir
DELBERT SAMUEL HESS CAROLYN JEAN HILTABIDEL v GAIL HIPP
"Chipper" "Carolyn" Sue"
178 Gilbert Street 2672 David Street 416 Glenwood Avenue
Brownstown Dale Ferndale
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CYNTHIA CHRISTINE HORNE PAMELA LOUISE HUTCHINSON JOSEPH STEPHEN IENI
"Cindy" "Pam" "Joe"
747 Bedford Street 604 Summit Avenue 938 Bedford Street
Dale Ferndale Dale
Amdemir Amdemic Academic
SAINIUEI. ROY IINILER III PAINIELA LOUISE JAINIES ALISON BETH JARTIN
"Sam" "Abbie" "Pidge"
906 Boston Street 305 Cliff Street 200 Quaker Street
Ferndale Dale Ferndale
Amdemif Conzmerzial Amdefmic
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JOHN EARL JONES JOHN RICHARD JONES
1614 Forbes Court 823 Annie Avenue
422 Margaret Avenue
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CAROL AGNES KEIM ALAN ROBERT KEIPER JOSEPH JOHN KILLIAN
"Tina" "Alleycat" "Bobo"
727 Clark Street 200 Cliff Street 389 Ohio Street
Dale Dale Lorain
Academic Academic General
CONSTANCE LEE KRESS KATHLEEN MARIE LA PORTE
203 Rosewood Street 175 Anthony Street
LINDA LOU LAVELY
54 1 Oakland Avenue
JOEL BRUCE LEBERKNIGHT THEODORE KEPHART LONG JOHN JOSEPH LOWES
- '1lNIule" "Ted" "John"
715 Von Lunen Road 608 Vickroy Avenue 108 Arthur Street
Dale Ferndale Dale
Amdemit Amdemir Commercial
PAULETTE LUTHER ROBERT HOWARD LUX RUPERT EUGENE LUX
"Paulette" "Bob" "Rup" '
719 McMilIen Street 242 David Street 242 David Street
Dale Dale Dale
Commerrifzl Academic Academic
CHARLOTTE MCCLINTOCK JUDITH ELAINE THOMAS JOHN MALISKO
"Char" "Judy" "Tom"
694 Messenger Street 201 Cliff Street 545 Marsh Avenue
Dale Dale Lorain
Aazdemic C om merrial Academic
SANDRA ELAINE MARSH THOMAS JOSEPH MICALE MARY BERENICE MIHALICK
"Sandi" "lNIOose" "Mary"
R. 421 Ferndale Avenue 738 Clark Street 221 Station Street
Ferndale Dale Ferndale
Commerrial Amdemic Academic
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GREGORY JONATHAN INIILLER PAUL EUGENE MILLER VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MILLER
"Gus" "Paul" "Sis"
616 Bank Street 551 Ruby Street 541 Ferndale Avenue
Dale Lorain Ferndale
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SARA ALICE MINEMYER GEORGE WILLIAM MINTMIER STEPHEN PAUL MISKE
"Sally" "George" "Stush"
845 Vickroy Avenue 632 Bank Street RD3961 Box 266
Ferndale Dale Middle T-ylor
Commerfial Arademic General
LINDA ELAINE MOORS MARY FRANCIS MUHA LARRY ROBERT NAUGLE
"Lin" "Mary" "Naugs"
524 Penrod Street 715 Glenwood Avenue R. 1008 Ferndale Avenue
Lorain Ferndale Ferndale
Afademir A cademi: Academic
NELLIE MARIA NOVOA LOUIS JOHN NOZSAK FRED XWILLIAM OAKLEY
"Nelly" "Hood" "Fred"
694 Messenger Street 450 Valley Street 612 Hystone Avenue
Dale Lorain Ferndale
Comnzercial Cammerrifzl Amdemir
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ROBERT JERRY PALUCHAK EILEEN PAULOVICH ANTHONY ARTHUR PENNA
"ShraZ2" "Eileen" "Meatball"
915 Vickroy Avenue 7126 Glenwood Avenue 15 Cliff Street
Ferndale Ferndale Dale
Arademif Commeffial Amdemic
KATHRYN LOUISE PETRICK CHARLES LEE PFEIL DIANE LYNN PIETRON
"Kathy" "Charlie" "Diane"
746 McMillen Street 748 McMillen Street 113 Harlan Avenue
Dale Dale Ferndale
Academic Commercial Commercial
NADINE PLUCHINSKY JAMES MICHAEL POLAK ELIZABETH ANN POLENIK
"Nay" "Niff" "Liz"
707 Glenwood Avenue 142 North Street 511 Oakland Avenue
Ferndale Brownstown Lorain
Academic Academic Academic
JAMES PAUL POPCHAKX Y BARRY LEE RAGER
314 Troy Street R. 420 Woodland Avenue
BARRY LYNN RAGER
R. D. 9941 Box 203
RICKEY LEE RAGER TERRY WAYNE RHOADES MARY LOU RIBBLETI'
"Rick" "Terry" "Sue"
R. D. 41 Box 229 1602 Carlisle Street R- D- 9961 Box 94
Middle Taylor Ferndale
MARIAN KATHRYN RICHTER RAYMOND JOHN RODGERS SALLY MARLENE SAINTZ
"Marian" "Ray" "Sally"
532 Vickroy Avenue 726 Messenger Street R. D. 9951, BOX 195-A
Ferndale Dale Middle Taylor
Academic Academic Afffdiimif
CARL DAVID SHAFFER MYRON KENT SMAY SANDRA JEAN SPEICHER
"Shaf" "Myron" "Sandy"
224 Cliff Street 304 Emerald Street R. D. 9941 Box 192-E
Dale Lorain Middle Taylor
Amdemir Amdemir Amdgmif
DONALD BLAIR STAMMLEY JACQUELINE STEPHENS THOMAS EARL SWAIN
"Don" "jackie" "Tom"
714 Summit Avenue 1 Home Street 699 Messenger Street
Ferndale Brownstown Dale
Amdwzzir Amdemif: Commerrinl
KEITH EDWARD SWARNEY SHARON DARLENE THEIL JOANNE ELLEN THOMAS
"Keith" "Sharon" "JO"
167 Anthony sneer R. D. 41 BOX 254 R- D- 41 BOX 205
Brownstown Bfiddle Taylor Middle THYIOT
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JAMES EDWARD TILLEY ANN MARIE THERESA TOMASKO DENNIS RICHARD TOMOVIK
"Jim" "Annie" "Penner"
211 Cummins Street 370 Habicht Street 113 North Street
Dale Brownstown Brownstown
Commerrial Commercial Academic
DIANNA MARIE TONONI JUDY MARIE TURNER
557 Ferndale Avenue 625 Bedford Street
MARIE ALICE URBANIK JOANNE MICHELE VANGLARICK MARTHA ANN VOYTAS
"Mare" UJOHUU5' "Marti"
226 Habifhf Street 533 Harlan Avenue R. D. JH, Box 264
Browngfown Ferndale Middle Taylor
Cgmmeyfjgl Amdemif Commerfial
ROBERT GLENN WAGNER DARYL DWAYNE WALTERS
315 Station Street 119 Arthur Street
NANCY LEE WARNER .JAMES ROBERT WEAVER BONITA LEE WENTZ
"Nancy" "Jim" "Bonnie"
733 Bloom Street 1001 Bloom Street 1612 Forbes Court
Dale Dale Ferndale
Amdemir Commercial Commercial
BARBARA LYNN WOODRUFF BARRY GENE WRIGHT
709 McMillen Street 500 Hystone Avenue
RONALD JAMES YUHAS JOHN MICHAEL ZAHORAN NANCY JEAN ZAHORAN
"Huey" "John" "Nance"
410 Penrod Street R. D. 9991 Box 263 R. D. 9541 Box 235 A
Lorain Middle Taylor Middle Taylor
Commerfial Amdemir Commerrial
KAREN ANNE ZIMMER GEORGIA KAY GARRETSON
108 North Street 575 Sam Street
Whether you have one,
two, or three years remaining
at Ferndale the Reflector staff
hopes that this Reflector will
serve as a remembrance of
this school year of 1965-66.
President-Bob Pickerill, Vice-President-Jill Jenkins, Sec-
retary-Anna Pappas, Treasurer-Becky Miller
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junivrs . . .
J. Balko J. Bantly V. Barnitz
J. Bowser D. Bozich L, Bremer
D. Constable M. Constable W. Constable
K. Cummings M. Daum C. Devorick
D. Empfielcl B. Ewig W. Fallier
J, Filorimo A. Fingerhoot N, Fisher
L. Meier L. Meyer
Newcomb W. Parke
Polak J. Potter
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L. RLISSGH VU. Ryqhak
P. Shaffer S. Sharbaugh
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A. Teeter B. Thiel
R. Wfagstaff M. Ward
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J. Van Horne S, Vafm
M. Wissinger N. Yarnovick
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H. Beatty L. Benett
D. Block S. Bocsy
J. Carclellino J. Cernak
D. Crouse E. Crowley
D. Erb E. Farnsworth
J. Ford D. Forgas
Marsh L. Melnik W. Meyer
Oleksa M. Partsch M. Perdas
. Raysich G. Reighard R. Replogle
. Rogers L. Rose J. Rosey
Secary D. Smith N. Stammely
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Graffius, J. Meier, B. Hagerich, D. Martin, D. Mundo, D. Lowes. Row 3-K. Schmidt, C. Mirilovich, L. Secary, I
Kovach, P. Polak, V. Oroz, P. Tononi, J. Brown. Row 4-G. Cernetich, D. Clites, B. Wyandt, P. Hillman, A. Pappas
L. Robinson, A. Wentz. Row 5AP. Carter, E. Steinhagen, T. Lavely, B. Shaffer, B. Pickerill, N. Bonner.
Row 1-C. Naugle, D. Mountain, K. Kopco, R. Danasko, B, Gawlas, J. jenkins. Row 2-S. Trostle, L. Berg, B.
Granclinetti, D. Reed, D. Maschue, K. Swarney, S. Polenik. Row 3- L, Lugar, C. Hody, S. Pavlik, R. Wingard, B.
Hamilton, E. Rheel. Row 4-P. Browning, D. Bouch, D. Barnes, K. Jurestovsky, T. Scheck, J. Smith. Row 5-R. Yarno-
vich, P. Slezak, M. Mesaros, E. Ferg, R. McCutcheon.
Row 1-Mr. McKay, M. Ripple, G. Ohala, S. Petree, B. Harrison, R. Koontz, C. Albus, M. Holko. Row 2-P. Shank,
C. Gray, C. McDaniel, M. Youchak, A. Mihalick, M. Barnitz, L. Venner, K. Kopco. Row 3-R. Price, J. Kassander,
S. Wisor, L. Speicher, C. Berkebile, J. Muchesko, C. Cameron. Raw 4-E. Swick, J. Constable, T. Newcomb, D.
Duff, W. Matus, B. Gerber, B. Lester.
Row 1-D. Bell, T. Ripple, P. Cherney, J. Cranclle, B. Miller, K. Hanley, D. Rager. Row 2-Mr. Gaggini, R. Gill,
G. Long, B. Muha, C. Brant, E. Ieni, C. Niovich. Row 3fD. Woodruff, F. Tarbay, D. Dupin, H. Mangus, G. Webber,
B. Hnrshberger, B. Blaschak. Row 4SL. johnson, B. Petrebich, K. Spotz, J. Filorimo, R. Dunbar, B. Zahoran. Row 5-
R. Carney, K. Allshouse, M. Opeth, R. Kosanovich, B. Wojcik, J. Bowman, L. Nfeaclows.
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Row 1-jack Hyland, Tony Penna, Jim Popchak, Bernie Thiel, Stanley King, Chris Gaunt, Bob Petry, jay Lake, Larry Korlewitz,
John Gehlman, Nick Karan Raw 2-Coach McKay, Coach Rankin, Ernie Fetzer, Russ Wirrgard, Barry Wright, Eddie Manda,
Walt Gram, Fred Oakley, Don Mock, Paul Demcoe, Eddie McCall, Ted Allison, Walt Jones Row 3-Daryl Gay, Cliff Keiper,
Dave Gardner, Tim Mandroc, jack Boast, Chip Hess, Dwayne Hill, Terry Lavely, Louie Long, Mark Davis, Mark Wissinger,
ERNIE FETZER I JACK BOAST BARRY WRIGHT
Halfback Defensive Tackle Fullhack+Captain
PAUL DEMCOE MARK DAVIS
TONY PENNA DELBERT HESS FRED OAKLEY
Middle Guard Tackle Tackle
TED ALLISON JIM POPCHAK
Coach John Matsko
Captain Barry Wright and Coach Matsko
Coach Lynn Rankin and Coach Wayne McKay
The 1965 "Football Jackets", under the tutelage
of Coach john Matsko and his assistants Coaches Mc-
Kay and Rankin, had a better season than the record
indicates. Backed by fine school spirit and a will
to win, the team represented Ferndale Area well in
the gridiron wars, despite many key injuries. The
team, sparked by a fine defense, managed to keep
all opponents save one within distance until the
final gun. The departing seniors leave behind them
a fine tradition and example for the coming years.
Line-Mark Davis, jack Boast, Fred Oakley, Tony Penna, Chipper Hess, Paul Demcoe Linebackers-Ted Allison, Barry Wright
Halfbacks-Ed McCall, Ernie Fetzer, Chris Gaunt
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ManagersiPete Richards, Bruce Ferg, Fred Robertson, Ray Rodgers, Chico
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Each autumn a small group of dedicated athletes,
operating largely unnoticed, works diligently to rep-
resent Ferndale Area in interscholastic competition.
This year, the "harriers" of Coach Al Rich had a
very productive season after 'a slow start, topped by
a second place finish in the District 6, Class B,
Championship competition. Coach Rich and his run-
ners are to be commended for their efforts to repre-
sent our school so well in this gruelling sport.
Seuiars . . .
PAUL MILLER JOHN LOWES DICK BROWN
Bruce Harrison and Dick Brown
wear the medals they received at
the District 6 Cross Country Cham-
pionship Meet held in Altoona.
Largely through the efforts of these
two athletes, who finished 6th and
7th respectively in a field that ex-
ceeded fifty of the finest runners
in the district, Ferndale Area
copped second place to cap their
1965 season. Congratulations!
Dick Brown and Bruce Harrison
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Row 1-George Mintmier, Ed McCall, Bob Wager, Tom Malis ko, Jay Lake. Raw 2-Coach Rigby, John Lowes, Mark Wissinger,
Bob Paluchak, jim Polak, Dennis Tomovik, Dwayne Hill, Larry Naugle, Dick Brown fmanagerj.
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63 Portage .... 44
59 Adams ..... 77
78 Triangle ....
68 Portage ....
71 E. Conemaugh 45
54 Adams .... 52
58 Indiana .... 52
66 Triangle ....
42 Richland .... 49
59 Somerset .... 58
53 Westmont ..
43 Johnstown .. 57
65 Windber 51
Cambria .. 65
49 Indiana .... 54
50 Windber .. 53
64 Richland .,.. 67
55 Westmont .. 43
49 Somerset .. 50
57 L. Valley .. 52
59 Blairsville .. 56 Coach Rigby
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Ferndale 66 N. Bedford . . 54
Fernnale 60 Braddock 85
64 FERNDALE .. 66 NORTHERN CAMBRIA
The 1965-66 edition of the
basketball team had a monumen-
tal task set before them. Playing in
a league above their class, the "jack-
ets" were following one of the
most successful teams in the history
of the school, having won both
the Mountain Conference and Tri-
County League Championships. A
complete rebuilding job, under the
watchful guidance of Coach Dick
Rigby, produced a fine squad that
remained in contention the entire
season and was successful in get-
ting into the District 6 PIAA play-
offs. Congratulations are in order
for Coach Rigby and his crew for
a successful season and best of all,
the District "6" B crown for the
first time in the history of the
school and advancing to the state
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Jim Polak 259 132
Mark Wissinger 236 106
Bob Paluchak 200 82
Bob Wagner 183 56
Denny Tomovik 161 66
George Mintmier 60 22
Don Mock 18 11
Tom Malisko 3 2
Larry Naugle 2 1
jay Lake 1 1
Dwayne Hill 0 0
Ed McCall 0 0
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BOB PALUCHAK-forward JIM POLAK-center DENNIS TOMOVIKicenter
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JOHN LOWES-forward LARRY NAUGLE-forward GEORGE MINTMIER-guard
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Dave High, Dave Gardner, Wade Meyer, Louis Long, Dwayne Hill, Fred Wilson.
The Junior Varsity bas-
ketball team has shown
much enthusiasm and ini-
tiative throughout the sea-
son both at home and on
foreign courts. Under the
guiding hand of Coach
Klaum, they. trained with
the varsity squad in order to
improve their skill. The fu-
ture successes of Ferndale
basketball depend on how
well these lessons have been
learned. We wish to com-
mend these athletes for
their devotion to the sport
of basketball and wish them
success in the years to come.
WELL DONE TEAM!
COACH-WAYNE KLAUM COACH KLAUM and JAY LAKE
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Row 1: Gary Cernetich, Ray Rodgers, jack Hyland, Fred Robertson, Larry Rager, John Muchesko, Bob Grandinetti. Row 2: Bruce
Hamilton, Gary Reichard, Leo Grandinetti, jim Weaw'er, Steve Horbal, Wayne Block, Wayne Blue, Sam Wisor, Bob Blaschak.
Raw 3: Larry Speicher, Tony Penna, Chico Alvarez, Ted Allison, Doug Crouse, Ed Manda, Bob Bischoff, Bruce Ferg, Chris
Gaunt, Barry Wright. Row 4: Rick Rager, Ron Martin, Charlie Pfeil, Bill Parke, Mark Davis, Pat Slezak, Bruce Harrison, Delbert
Hess, Cliff Keiper, Bob Lux, Pete Richards.
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Head Coach Lynn Rankin
Ferndale .... . . . 26
Ferndale .... . . . 11
Ferndale .... . . . 38
Ferndale .... . . . 45
Ferndale .... . . . 23
Ferndale .... . . . 22
Ferndale .... . . . 35
Ferndale .... . . . 17
Ferndale .... . . . 40
WRESTLER'S SEASON RECORDS
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Conemaugh Twp. .... 22
Boswell ............ 33
Central .. . . .. 14
Richland I . 6
Somerset ........... 22
Westmont ......... -. 20
Greenfield Kimmel . , . 5
Blairsville .......... 23
Cresson .... . . . 11
United ....... . . . 17
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6'-2-2 2-O fchampionj
8-'Z 2-0 championj
7-3 1-1 Qrunnerupj
Overall team record-8-2
Overall team record 1964-65-3-5-1
Managers: Ron Martin, Bill Wojcik, Bernie Thiel
The 1965-66 was a banner year for Ferndale Area
wrestling fans. Coach Lynn Rankin, in his second
year as head mentor, with the able assistance of Coach
George Kauffman, led his team to the best season
in the school's history. The season mark of 8 wins
and 2 losses in dual meet competition placed the team
among the finest in the district. We wish to salute
Coach Rankin and his "matmen" for placing Fern-
dale Area in the thick of the district wrestling scene
and feel that through the inspiration of this year's
squad, wrestling will continue to thrive at Ferndale
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Row 1-Bob Wagner, Steve Confer. Row 2-Frank Riek, Terry Duffy, jeff Confer, john Gehlman, john Srnithson, jim Munro.
COACH DICK RIGBY
Each spring, the fairways of district golf courses
and country clubs are invaded by the most avid
and enthusiastic of sports fans-the golfer. Ferndale
Area's athletic program contributes to this mass mi-
gration as Coach Dick Rigby leads forth his charges
in their annui battle with par. This year's team
promises to be better than ever with a solid con-
tingent of seniors along with some fine under-
classmen who improved their skill during the winter
by attending a clinic under the direction of George
Anderson, North Fork Country Club Pro. BEST OF
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Row 1-Dennis Brown, Chico Alvarez, Mark Davis, Jim Polak, Paul Demcoe, Dennis Tomovick, Bill Dirnpfl. Row 2-Terry
Lavely, Charlie Pfiel, Chipper Hess, Tom Micale, Barry Wright, Terry Bouch. Row 3-Bruce Harrison, Wayne Rychak, Bob
Petry, Bernie Thiel, Rick Brehm, Steve Horbal, jonathan Miller.
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The truest measure of indi-
vidual skill, strength, and endur-
ance in the athletic world are the
track and field events. Among the
oldest of sports, track and field
provides the only true individual
confrontation of athletic ability.
This year's track and field squad
is preparing for the spring sports
season under the guidance of
Head Coach George Kauffman
and Assistant Coach George Am-
broe, both new faces among Fern-
dale's coaching staff. With a small
nuclei of returning lettermen, a
rebuilding job has been started.
We wish to extend the best of
luck to the "thinclads" and their
coaches. HAVE A GOOD SEA-
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ROW' 1-L to R: Larry Korlewitz, Don Mock, Bob Paluchak, Dwayne Hill, Tim Mandroc, Mark Wissinger. ROW 2-L to R:
Barry Rager fMgr.j, Tom Malisko, Steve Miske, Jay Lake, Dave Gardner,Joe Bartis, Ted Allison.
Each spring Ferndale Area's athletic department
fields a baseball squad to represent the school in the
district diamond wars. Not considered by many to be
a major sport at the high school level, baseball pro-
vides many thrills for the sports enthusiast and
should receive greater fan support.
Our team is no exception! Under the management
of Coach Petrore, the baseball squad braves inclem-
ent weather, battles mud, and overcomes many
other obstacles to field a team. With a strong senior
nucleus, this year's baseball season promises to be
one of the best yet.
Good Luck Team!
Coach Thomas Petrore
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The Ferndale Area High School Band, made up
of 72 members and directed by Mr. I. E. Pencola,
has provided musical entertainment for assemblies,
pep rallies, and, of course, the half-time shows at
the football games. They also marched in a number
of parades, including the Halloween Parade, Christ-
mas Parade, and the Apple Blossom Festival in
Mr. Pencola, in an attempt to create more interest,
held summer practice, a week of Band Camp at Mid-
dle Taylor Grade School, and rehearsals during ac-
tivities periods, first periods, and often after school.
As a result, Audria Fingerhoot, Alice Teeter, and
Tom Ayres were chosen to represent Ferndale in
The band, again this year, sponsored a spaghetti
dinner as their main fund raising project.
SECRETARY: Debbie Harshberger, PUBLICITY: Brenda Harrison.
Row 2-BUSINESS MANAGER: Cathy Brant, STUDENT DIRECTOR:
Alice Teeter, TREASURER: Elaine Hamilton. Rau' 3-PRESIDENT:
Ted Long, VICE PRESIDENT: Marlene Petchar.
Rau' ISS. Harrison, S. Stanko, S. Rokita, C. Clark, S.
Sharbaugh, J. Cernak, L, Russell. Raw 2-C. Koch, C,
Naugle, M. Roberts, B. Allison, D. Rager, K. Hanley, C.
McDaniels, B. Harrison, N. Sintz, S. Burkett, K. Rigby,
L. Carney, S. Thiel, D. Harshberger. Row 3-P. Bock, T.
Boscy, R. Finigan, B. Robertson, C. Fay, P. Ballow, S. Hipp,
A. Coulter, R. Bokrus, M. A. Turbny, L. Berg. Row 4-
D. Marlin, K. Oaks, C. Bouch. A. Layton, D. Ribblett, J.
lXICFc:1ters, C. Roberts, A. XY'irick, C. Schricker, D. Carney,
S. McClcIl1md, K. Jerasa. Rozz' 5- C. Brant, E. Forgas.
C. Musulin. IW. A. Poliacck. R. Miljrmoyich, R. Forgas, -T.
Pillet. D. Erb, K. Figula, P, Kusprzyk. A. Fingerhoot. Rou'
6+Mr. Pencola, A. Tester, F. Tarbny, D. Dupin. J. Bowser,
E. Swick, T. Duffy, I.. Meadows, J. Bzllko. M. Petchar. E.
Hamilton, Rau' 7--M. Bopp, IW. Smith. Ferg, -T. Huber.
T. Ayres, T. Long, 1. Cooper, -I. MCFez1tc1's. K. Allhousc
Laura Berg, Kathy jerasa, Sharon Thiel, Cheryl Naugle SENIOR: Sharon Thiel
Sharon Thiel, Cheryl Naugle, Kathy jerasa, Laura Berg MASCOT: Carolyn Clark
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Shirley Shurbaugh, Debbie Harshberger fHeadj, Sylvia Rokita. Sfmzdizzgx Julie Cernak, Sharyn Harrison, Lynda Russell, Sue
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Rou' 1: Alice Teeter, Cathy Brant, Elaine Swick, Franics Tarbay, Debbie Dupin, Bonnie Allison, Diane Erb, Elaine- Hamilton, Donna
Ribblctt. Rau' 2: Allison jartin, Sue Hipp, Brenda Harrison, Sue McClelland. joel McFeaters, Maryclare Smith, Agnes Layton, Kathy
Hanley, Carol McDaniels, Marlene Petchar. Row 3: Paulette Ballow, Evelyn Forgas, Danny Rager, Pat Kasprzyk, Eugene Ferg, Auclria
Fingerhoot, Marcia Bopp, Teal Long, Robert Eorgas, Karen Figula, Sally Burkett, Rose Miljanovich, Nanette Saintz, Karen Allshouse, Tom
Ayres, John Balko, joe Cooper, Row 4: fsfflfldfllgj Mr. Pencola, Terry Duffy, john Bowser, joe Huber, Al Coulter, Lee Meaclows.
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Mr. Pencola. Row 1: Elaine Hamilton, Sue McClelland, Cathy Brant, Alice Teeter. ROW 2: joel McFeaters, Maryclare Smith, Agnes Layton,
Marlene Petchar, Row 3: Rose Miljanovich, Nanette Saintz, Sally Burkett, Karen Figula, Karen Allshouse, Tom Ayres, john Balko, Joe
2 Cooper. Row 4: Audria Fingerhoot, Teil Long. R010 5: fSlf1r1di11gj Terry Duffy, john Bowser, Al Coulter, Carl Koch.
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Played clarinet eight and one half years Played tuba for four years, Played clarinet for eight years.
and also plays bass clarinet.
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Row one: Lundy jeroy, Vicki Croyle, Kathy Koontz, Kathy LaPorte, Cindy Espey Raw two: Mrs. Anderson, Joanne Secary,
Nadine Pluchinsky, Susan Golias, Marian Richter, Pat Drosjack, Mrs. Bolha
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KATHY LAPORTE CINDY ESPEY MARIAN RICHTER
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As in the past years, our cheerleaders
have proven to be a great asset in promot-
ing school spirit. Beginning practice in early
summer and continuing through the school
year, they sponsored bonfires and pep rallies,
and led all the cheers at the games. They
also helped serve dinner at the All Sports
Banquet in November.
This year they once again hosted the An-
nual Cheerleading Contest after their smash-
ing victory last year with their original cheer
-UONXWARD TO VICTORY"
Advisors with Captain and Co-Captain Mrs. Anderson, Kathy LaPorte,
Cindy Espey and Mrs. Bolha
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Espey, Kathy LaPorte, Kathie Koontz, Pat Drosjack, and Marian Richter
CHEERING ADVISORS: Mrs. Anderson, Mrs.
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Raw 1: Debbie Roberts, Tracey Scheck, Nancy Mirilovich, Nancy Lehman. Rau' 2: Linda Rodgers, Rita Replogle, Diane Moun
tain, Lyrm'Graffius, Colleen Stavas.
The Girl's Athletic Association is a club open to any girl in
grades nine through twelve who is interested in gymnastics. Meet-
ing every Tuesday and Thursday during activities periods with
Mrs. Anderson, their advisor, these girls worked and trained for
meets throughout the year. They participated in the Westiiiont
Exhibition and some competed in the State Meet. A gym clinic
and soccer tournament were also in their schedules. The main
object of the club, though, was to get these girls interested in
choreography and learning the skills necessary to perform what
CINDY ES PEY MARY FARANDA
Row 1: Connie Wisor-Treasurer. Row 2:
Cindy Espey-President, Mary Faranda-
Secretary. Row 3: Debbie Bozich-Vice
Row 1: Mrs. Anderson, Colleen Stavas, Karen Fallier, Connie Wisor, Stephanie Oleksa, Debbie Bell. Row 2: Carol Kinsey,
Kathy Hanley, Lynn Venner, Diane Mountain, Rita Replogle. Mary Faranda, Beverly Gawlas, Cindy Espey. Row 3: Dolly Mundo,
Lynn Graffius, Clarine Hillegass, Joanne Secary, Debbie Bozich, Agnes Layton, Debbie Roberts, Nancy Lehman, Marsha
Youchak. Rau' 4: Patti Polak, Pamela Browning, Polly Grove, Lynda Russell. Janice Reed, Patty Drosjack, Frances Tarbay,
Donna Ribblett. Row 5: Tracy Scheck, Linda Moors, Elaine Crowley. Debbie Duff. Rhonda McCutcheon, Anna Pappas, Bonnie
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Rota 1-Coach Rigby, T. Ripple, B. Hagerich, G. Long, L. Secary, F. Robertson, R. Malee. Row 2-R. Blaschak, T. Russell, S.
W1S0f, M. Jurestovsky, G. Reighard, C. Hody, L. Rager. Row 3-C. Gaunt, N. Karan, T. Allison, J. Confer, B. Thiel, R. Rigby. Row
lgapsia, J. Pittman, B. Wright, F. Alt, S. King, D. Crouse, C. Alvarez. Row 5-S. Confer, R. Yuhas, J. Boast, B. Parke, S.
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This year's Gymnastics Club had an extremely busy
year. Working closely with their coach, Mr. Rigby,
- they learned the proper technique for spotting and
participated in many exhibitions and clinics. They
took part in the Wesunont Exhibition in October, the
intermissions at the Cheering Contest, November 10,
and in our Annual Gym Exhibition. In March they
held a gym clinic and their gym team entered com-
petition in the State Meet. They also competed in the
NCAA Gymnastic Championship, April 2, at Penn
State, and in the U. S. G. F. Championship, April 16,
at Slippery Rock.
Chris Gaunt-Vice President
STEVE MISKE CHICO ALVAREZ TED ALLISON
STEVE CON FER
Larry Rager, Chris Gaunt, Fred Robertson, Bill Parke,
Paul Demcoe, and Rick Rigby.
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Top: Row 1: Nancy Lehman, Nancy Mirilovich, Tracey Scheck, Debbie Roberts. Row 2: Mrs. Bolha, Nancy
Connie Kress- Zahoran, Kathy Karan, Lynda Meier, Beverly Gawlas, Becky Miller, Cora Gray, Janice Meier, Debbie
Secretary Bozich, Linda Byers. Row 3: Barbara Brown, Joanne Vanglarick, Alison Jartin, Chris Niovich, Kathy
Nadine Pluchinsky- Swarney, Ellen Feight, Debbie Harshberger, Peggy Gossard, Regina Crislip, Patty Shank. Row 4: Donna
.President Empfield, Carol Kwiatkowski, Clarine Hillegass, Diane Erb, Beth Emery, Chris Mirilovich, Judy Brown,
Joanne Vanglarick- Elizabeth Polenik,,Kay College, Row 5: Shirley Sharbaugh, Marti Voytas, Karen Zimmer, Diane Cruick-
Treasurer shank, Linda Custer, Judy McCune, Joanne Thomas, Carol Hamilton. Row 6: Sheryl Wentz, Pam Tononi,
Debbie Harshberger- Judy Majercsik, Nancy Stammely, Jackie Diehl, Terry Hartman, Edith Eby, Sylvia Rokita, Marcy Urban.
Row 1: Kathy Koontz, Nadine Pluchinsky, Marian Richter, Kathy LaPorte, Cindy Espey. Row 2: Christine Martin, Charlotte Manda, Sue
Stanko, Valerie Orosz, Ella Goodman, Ilona Kovach, Julia Filorimo, Maureen Partsch, Joyce Bantly. Row 3: Mary Ann Safko, Ann
Marie Tomasko, Linda Robertson, Betty Good, Carolyn Hiltabidel, Frances Mangus, Polly Grove, Lynda Russell, Diane Diehl,
Debbie Woodruff. Row 4: Julie Cernak, Linda Lavely, Barbara Muha, Charlene Yuhas, Lois Rose, Barbara Helsel, Marian Perdas,
Pat Polak, Carol Good. Row 5: Sally Saintz, Ernestine Williams, Patty Carter, Pam Hutchinson, Connie Berkebile, Debbie Bouch, Joyce
Alt, Margaret Burkett, Evelyn Rheel, Janice Ford. Row 6: Janice Reed, Barbara Ewig, Becky Miller, Cindy Horne, Helen Beatty, Nedra
Taylor, Diane Partsch, Sue Newcomb, Anna Pappas.
One of the most ac-
tive organizations in our
school is the Pep Club.
This year they sold can-
dy, held bake sales, and
sponsored a Halloween
dance. They also sup-
ported the Cheerleading
and Majorette Contests,
as well as other athletic
events. Led by Nadine
Pluchinsky and advised
by Mrs. Bolha, they
have done their share
in promoting school
Raw 1: Linda Rodgers, Lynn Graffius, Rita Replogle, Diane Mountain, Colleen Stavas. Raw 2: Jill Jenk-
ins, Stephanie Oleksa, Karen Fallier, Bonnie Allison, Carol Keim, Susan Crist, Jill Jenkins, Edna Ben-
shoff, Carol Berardinelli, Stephanie Tomasko, Debbie Block, Sally Burkett, Bonnie Zonin. Raw 4: Jaime
Potter, Beverly Boser, Carol McDaniels, Lynn Venner, Susan Trostle, Shirley Polenik, Janice Rosey, Marcia
Killinger. Row 5: Barbara XVoodruff, Sue McClelland, Susan Bocsy, Patty Arbaugh, Lynn Lugar, Barbara
Crandle, Ann Mihalick. Row 6: Chris Frieben, Nancy Chumrik, Mary Faranda, Jackie Stephens, Sandy
Speicher, Marcia Youchak.
Row 1: Joanne Secary, Susan Golias, Vicki Croyle, Pat Drosjack, Lundy Jeroy. Row 2: Mary Frances Muha, Margie Wissinger,
Charlotte McClintockk,k kDiana Tononi, Marilyn Hyland, Connie Kress, Mary Ann Goch, Eileen Paulovich, Freida Cooper.
Rauf 3: Janet Polak, Claudia Constable, Diane Stevens, Sharyn Harrison, Elaine Swickk,k Judy Filorimo, Kathy Heiple, Kathy
Petrick, -Bonnie Mandroc, Chris Gembinski. Row 4: Bonnie Wentz, Pat Geiser, Karen Allshouse, Elaine Crowley, Marlene
Petchar, Renee Schroeder, Karen Spotz, Mary Urbanik, Penny Hillman. Row 5: Linda Spisak, Marcia Bopp, Neva Bonner,
Darlene Constable, Rosella Burkhard, Joanne VanHorne, Rhonda McCutcheon, Sally Minemyer, Mary Mihalick, Bonnie Droz.
Row 6: Marcia Constable, Kathy Farkas, Nancy Yarnavick, Joel McFeaters, Roberta Yarnavick, Kathy Crowley, Debbie Duff,
Arlene Cramer, Suzanne Swick.
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Adding an extra enthusiastic boost to the cheering
section of our student body, was another newly or-
ganized club, the Boys Pep Club. Presiding was Tony
Pennag the club was advised by Mr. Frieben. Headed
by Tony, the club supported many of our athletic
events, wearing bright yellow derbies and ringing
bells. Yellow was the predominant color seen in the
lower left half of the auditorium during Pep Rallies
because of the huge mass of waving derbies, and
when challenged, this mass could out yell the rest of
the student body. As a newer club, they had few
organized activities, but were never lacking in spirit.
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Grandinitti. Row 2: Larry Korlewitz, Nick Karan, Ed McCall, Keith Swarny, Bill Baft, Pat Noll, Rick Kime, Leo Grandinetti.
Row 3: Louis Bremer, John jones, Tom Malisko, Mark Davis, Steve Confer, Bob Bischof, Chuck Devorick, Ed Steinhagen, Greg
Miller. Row 4: Fred Oakley, Roger Craig, Larry Naugle, Dwayne Hill, john Zahoran, jim Tilley, Bill Dimpfl, Paul Demcoe.
Raw 5.1 Pat Slezak, Steve Kopco, john Lowes, Carl Shaffer, Bob Paluchak, Bruce Harrison, Sam Imler, Doug Miller, Ron Yuhas.
Row 1: Rick Marsh, Lester Bennett, Eugene Ieni. Jack Hylancl, Richard Brown, Ron Koontz, Rick Gill, Ron Fisher, Ron Danasko.
Row 2: Tony Penna, jim Popchak, Steve Horbal, jay Lake. john Gehlman, Lance johnson, Larry Rager, Harry College. Row 31
Wayne Block, joe Ieni, Bernie Thiel, Alan Conley, Bill Wfojcik, Russell XY'ingarcl, Earl Hoyland, Dennis Brown, Torn Micale. Row
4: Steve Miske, Don Mock, Jeff Czerak, Bernie Blasko, W'alt Gram, David High. Bill Drzal, Barry McDowell. Rau' 5: Charles
Pfiel. Cliff Keiper, Don Stammely, David Gardner, Chip Hess, Jim Bezek, Alan Keiper, Tim Mandroc, Terry Lavely.
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The Ferndale Key Club has always maintained a
reputation for being one of the most active clubs in
the school. It is sponsored by the Greater Johnstown
Kiwanis Club and is advised by Mr. Gaggini. Proj-
ects for the year included selling programs at football
games, candy at different times during the year, and
refreshments at the basketball games. i
The goal of the club was to send its officers and
senior members to the Annual Key Club Convention
which was held in Philadelphia.
Bottom to Top: Ray Rodgers-Vice-President,
Fred Alt-Secretary, Tom Malisko-Treasurer,
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Row 1: Mr. Gaggini, Ray Rodgers, Dave Jones, Chico Alvarez, Ernie Fetzer, joe Ieni, Paul Shaffer, John Keifer, jeff Fuge.
Row 2: Jeff Confer, Bruce Ferg, Eddie McCall, Fred Wilson, Carl Koch, Fred Alt, Bob Petry. Row 3: Wayne Rychak, Steve
Confer, Mark Wissinger, Bob Paluchak, Jim Polak, Denny Tomovik, Bill Parke, Bob Wagner.
Row 1: Mr. Rigby, Ray Rodgers, Barry Lee Rager, Ernie Fetzer, Wayne Blue, Larry Rager, Fred Robertson. Row 2: Dick
Brown, Chico Alvarez, Larry Korlewitz, Ted Allison, jim Popchak, Chris Gaunt. Row 3: Dennis Brown, Paul Demcoe, Steve
Miske, Don Mock, Tom Malisko, Barry Wright, jeff Confer. Rau' 4: Jack Boast, Jim Bezek, jim Polak, Delbert Hess, Denny
Tomovik, Mark Davis.
Var ity Klub
The Varsity Club is an organization made up of
those boys who have earned a letter in one of Fern-
dale's seven varsity sports. Club activities included
a pie sale, dances after the basketball games, and the
Annual Turkey Trot when Kathy LaPorte and Ernie
Fetzer reigned as' Football Queen and King.
Under the leadership of Coach Rigby, these boys
have devoted their all to make our school outstanding
in all seven sports.
Bollom zo Top: Tom Malisko-Secretary, Jim
Popchak-Vice-President, Barry Wright-Presi-
dent, Mark Davis-Treasurer.
Sealed: Barbara Helsel, Linda Droz, Diane Pietron, Cheryl Hare, Kathy Karan
Standing: Elizabeth Sherman, Patty Cherney, Joyce Raysich, Paulette Luther, Marcia
Bopp, Lynda Meier, joel McFeaters
The Library Club is an organization open to any girl who is
interested in future library work. Mrs. Rodgers, their advisor,
trained them in the fundamentals of library organization and
efficiency. Activities included a hootenanny with the Hilltoppers
and a field trip. They also provided us with usherettes in the
auditorium for our assemblies.
Row I-E. Sherman, P. Cherney, J. Meier, K. Karan, S. Bocsy, C. Hare, L. Meyer, E. Benshoff. Row 2-D. Empfield, L. Meier,
L. Lugar, M. Daum, J. Majerscilc, C. Mirilovich, S. Rokita, S. Wentz, S. Sharbaugh. Row 3-P. Luther, N. Mirilovich, M. Safko,
F. Mangus, D. Diehl, R. Miljanovich, E. Farnsworth, N. Fisher. Row 4-B. Helsel, E. Crowley, L. Spizak, J. Raysich, B. Gerber,
Carter, S. Harrison, D. Partch, P. Zemyan. Row 5-L. Melnik, K. Farkas, N. Yarnavick, R. Yarnavick, J. McFeaters, D. Pietron,
061. Droz, M. Bopp.
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Row 1: Mrs. Williamson, Martin Holko, Jeff Fuge, jim Lees, Al Coulter. Row 2: Larry Speicher, Fred
Hagerich, Russell Wingard, Paul Shaffer, Myron Smay. Row 3: Bill Drzal, Bob Pickerill, Bob Wagner, Bruce
One of the most educational clubs in our
school was discovered to be the Math Club.
These boys, who are interested in higher math-
ematics worked closely with their advisor, Mrs.
Williamson, to learn new methods and formulae
for solving problems. The main area of con-
centration this year was in basic logic.
Boltom: Bruce Ferg-President, Russell
Wingard-Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Wag-
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Row 1: Brenda Harrison, Valerie Barnitz, Nannette Saintz, Shirley Polenik, Becky Miller, Susan Trostle, Monica Micik, Bonnie Allison.
Row 2: Myron Smay, julie Cernak, Paul Miller, Leo Grandinetti, Barbara Ewig, Cherry Cameron, Kathy Jerasa, Row 3: Jack Hyland,
John Keifer, Linda Spisak, jim Munro, Debbie Bouch, Bob Petry, janet Polak, Ricky Kime. Row 4: Bonnie Droz, Marcia Bopp, Bill Baft,
Jonathan Miller, Frank Karnes, Lois Rose, Connie Berkebile. Row 5: Roger Craig, Don Stammely, Steve Kopco, Cliff Keiper, Tim Man-
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This year the Spanish Club, advised by Mrs. Huber,
arranged to co-sponsor with the French Club, a tea
for Nellie, our foreign exchange student. The foreign
exchange student from Richland was also invited to
this event. Other activities included bake sales, a
field trip, a dance, and selling Easter candy.
droc, Larry Long.
Row 1: Mrs. Huber-Advisor, janet
Polak-Vice President. Row 2: Tim
Mandroc-President, Roger Craig-
Secretary, Steve Kopco-Treasurer.
Row I: Miss Zvolerin, Shirley Edwards, Jaime Potter, Susan Weigand, Francis Lund, Lester Bennett, Rose Poyer, Donna Empfield, Sally
Burkett. Row 2: Barbara Woodruff, Pete Richards, Alison jartin, Nadine Pluchinsky, Evelyn Forgas, Debbie Harshberger, Terry Russell,
Pat Kisel. Ron' 3: Marcy Urban, Jackie Diehl, Lynda Russell, Elaine Hamilton, Karen Figula, Paula Mihaliclc, Nancy Stammely. Row 4:
Joyce Alt, joe Ieni, Mary Mihalick, Robert Ellis, Carl Shaffer, Larry Naugle, Tom Micale, Margie Wissinger.
To those students who want to learn more about
France and her culture, the French Club is of interest.
They along with their advisor sponsored their second
Christmas Dance for the junior high students at Dale
on December 18, and went on one cultural trip-to
see a French play. They also presented an awards
program in which pins were given to the senior mem-
bers of the club and a certificate to the most out
standing French student.
Bozlom lo Top: Allison jartin-
Secretary, Nadine Pluchinsky--Pres-
ident, Debbie Harshberger-Vice
President, Mary Mihalick-Treas
Row 1: Mrs. Bolha, Valarie Barnitz, Karen Zimmer, Joanne Vanglarick, Kay College, Nancy Zahoren, Jaime Potter, Sharon Thiel,
Carol Keim. Row 2: Ellen Feight, Beth Emery, Christine Martin, Jackie Diehl, Ella Goodman, Diane Cruickshank, Linda Custer,
Elizabeth Polenik. Row 3: Ann Marie Tomasko, Dianne Tononi, Linda Lavely, Polly Grove, Betty Good, Julia Filorimo, Terri
Hartman. Row 4: Claudia Constable, Renee Schroeder, Joanne Van Horne, Marcia Constable, Sally Minemyer, Bonnie Wentz.
Replacing Y-Teens is the Jackettes. As a girls' service or-
ganization, the Jackettes have donated food baskets to the
needy, decorated the Children's Ward at an area hospital at
Easter time, and made a donation to a needy family with
funds received from their Christmas Dance, which featured
the Continentals. Advised by Mrs. Bolha, they have done much
to serve our community.
Joanne Vanglarick-Vice President
Row I-Mr. Kaufman, Lester Bennett, john Hyland, Tony Penn a, Nick Karan, jim Lees, jeff Fuge. Row 2-Bernie Thiel, Dennis
Brown, Keith Swarny, jim Tilley, john Jones, Greg Miller, jay Lake. Row 3-Walt Grata, George Mintmier, Charles -Pfiel, john
Zahoren, Walt Percinsky, Roger Craig,
Hi Y is a YMCA club for high school boys. 5
Members join the club seeking friendship, adventure, r l '
recreation, and inspiration. They seek to make living
better for themselves, their friends, and their com-
munity, and at the same time set their goals Within
harmony of the Hi Y purpose. The purpose of Hi Y
is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the
home, school, and community, high standards of
Greg Miller-Vice President
Bernie Thiel-Sergeant At Arms
The jets Club is organized with the purpose of interesting
students in careers in science and engineering. Their projects
include repairing the analytical balance and building a cen-
trifuge, a magnetic stir, a spectroscope, and project lights.
Each member must work on one of these projects or start
one of his own. Under the leadership of Mr. Alwine, the
advisor, this club has proven to be one of the most educational
ones in our school.
Connie Wisor-Communications Officer, Bill
Parke-Navigator, Fred Alt-Captain, Bob
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Row 1: Mr. Alwine, john Muckesko, Paula Mihalick, Dave jones, jerry Rodgers, Sue Newcomb, john E. Jones, Alan Conley
Row 2: Larry Speicher, Fred Hagerich, Dennis Brown, John Miller, Karen Cummings, Carl Dillinger. Row 3: Roger Blough Rus
sell Wingard, Fred Alt, Bill Drzal, Ed Manda, Harry Harshberger, joe Ieni. Row 4: Wayne Rychak, Cliff Rhodes, Bill Parke
Bob Paluchak, Larry Naugle, Rick Brehm.
Rau' 1: Mr. Kauffman, Ray Rodgers, Barry Lee , Larry Korlewitz, Roy Johnson, Wayne Black, Albert Bader,
Mike Goch, Allan Pringle. Row 2: Rick Keim, Mike Ierry Macy, Terry Rhodes, Bill Benshoff, Dick Brown, Frank
Riek, Daryl Walter, Frank Karnes, jim Weaver. Rau' 3: Terry Duffy, Bill Baft, Jim McLaughlin, Dennis Brown, Charles
Devorick, Louis Nozsak, Joe Killian, Rick Brehm, Harry Harshberger. Rau' 4: Ron Martin, Louis Bremer, Fred Oakley, Bill
Dimpfl, Bob Lux, Pat Schrum, Walt Constable, jack jones, Bob Strashensky, Greg Miller. Row 5: Don Mock, Wayne Rychak,
jim Tilley, Charles Pfeil, Cliff Keiper, Terry Lavely, Rick Rager, Bernie Blasko, Randy Rager. Row 6: Tim Mandroc, Allen
Keiper, Charles Grandll, Jim Bezek, Bruce Harrison, Frances Burkhard, Steve Kopco, Tom Swain.
Krfd and Gun
This is a club composed of boys who enjoy hunting and fishing.
The purpose of the club is to teach good sportsmanship to its members
and to demonstrate the proper and safe use of sporting equipment.
if Under the leadership of Mr. Kauffman, these boys learned much to
help make hunting and fishing safer sports.
Row 1: Mr. Ficco, Carol Berardinelli, Jaime Potter, Beverly Boser, Susan Weigand, Nancy Lehman, Lundy jeroy, Carol Keim.
Row 2: Linda Smith, Agnes Layton, Alison jartin, Nadine Pluchinsky, Elaine Hamilton, Karen Figula, Barbara Woodruff, Debbie
Roberts. Row 3: Charlotte Manda, Mary Lou Ribblett, Kathy Petrick, Chris Gembinski, Dorothy Hahn, Cathy Doolittle, jackie Diehl.
Row 4: Mary Muha, Mary Mihalick, George Mintmier, Carl Shaffer, Bob Paluchak, Larry Naugle, Tom Malisko, Tom Micale.
Eiuiu c' mchers
Preparing those Who wish to enter the teaching
profession is the Future Teachers of America Club.
The highlight of this year's events was hosting the 5
annual Central Western PFTA Convention of the
District FTA. Other club activities were trips to var-
ious colleges, and substitute teaching in the area grade
schools. Money-raising projects included selling plas-
tic book covers, and sponsoring the second annual
"Anything Goes" dance.
Nadine Pluchinsky-President, Janet Polak-Vice Pres-
ident, Kathy Petrick-Treasurer, Judy Turner-Secre-
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Row 1: Miss Rager, Kathy jerasa, Regina Crislip, Marcy Urban, Nance Zahoran, Joyce Bantly, Debbie Harshberger, Donna
Empfield. Raw 2: Judy Turner, Sandi Marsh, Connie Kress, Charlotte McClintock, Sue Newcomb, John jones, Nancy Stammely.
Row 3: Ernie Fetzer, Becky Miller, Lois Rose, Joe Ieni, Marcia Bopp, Marjorie Wissinger, janet Polak, Barbara Helsel. Row 4:
Darlene Constable, Roger Blough, Larry Long, Sam Imler, Chip Hess, john Zahoran, Carl Koch.
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Raw 1: Chris Frieben-President Row
2: Frieda Cooper-Treasurer, Kathy
Heiser-Vice President Row 3: Arlene
Row 1: Valerie Barnitz, Elizabeth Sherman, Sandy Speicher, Chris Frieben, jackie Stephens, Joanne Vanglarick, Nancy Chumrik,
Kathy Karan, Peggy Gossard. Row 2: Lynda Meier, Karen Zimmer Kathy Heiser, Chris Martin, Sally Saintz, Kay College, Carol
Hamilton, Elizabeth Polenik, Marian Richter. Row 3: Pam Hutchinson, Diane Cruickshank, Barbara Ewig, Cindy Horne, Eileen
Paulovich, Ella Goodman, Margaret Burkett, Joanne Thomas. Row 4: Dianna Tononi, Lynda Moors, Mary Ann Goch, Kathy Crow-
ley, Joel McFeaters, Nancy Yarnavich, Bonnie Droz, Marlene Petchar, Frieda Cooper.
For those girls who are interested in some
type of nursing career, the F.N.A. serves as a
good background. Under the leadership of Mrs.
Ling, R.N., they worked to better prepare them-
selves for their future careers. They were given
the opportunity to ask questions on different
phases of nursing and to discuss the require-
ments of entering a nursing school. Many, who
had free time during the school day, were able
to participate in a program which enabled them
to work along with Mrs. Ling while she per-
formed her regular duties as a school nurse.
Extra activities included a bake sale, a field
trip, making a food basket for a needy family,
and various other fund-raising projects. They
also sponsored the Heart Hop- on February 12.
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Row 1: Danny Rager, Ron Irons, jim Lees, Randy Price, Al Coulter, Marvin Ripple, Martin Holko. Row 2: Mr. Nastase, Dennis
Reed, John Muchesko, Doug Gyorke, Carl Dillinger, Steve Pavlik, Pete Richards. Row 3: Leo Grandinetti, john Bowser, jim
Smith, Roger Blough, john Balko, Jim Lehman, Don Forgas. Row 4: Larry Speicher, Fred Hagerich, Tom Carstensen, Dave White,
Tom Newcomb, Terry Duffy. Row 5: Blaine Lester, Bob Pickerill, Dave High, Ted Long, Tom Ayres, Cliff Rhodes, Jeff Czerak.
Pete Richards-Director, Al Coulter-Treasurer,
Larry Speicher-Director, Roger Blough+Presi-
ag dent, Tom Carstensen-Vice President, Ted Long
-Secretary, Dave White-Director.
The newest addition to the school's club
activities was the Leo Club. It was under the
direction of Mr. Nastase and Dr. E. J. Hunt,
a member of the Ferndale Lions Club. The
club's purpose is:
A. to serve the local high school by co-
operating with the administration and
faculty in developing leadership, schol-
arship, responsibility, honesty, and
respect in the students.
B. to serve the community by respecting
T fare of others.
C. to serve the nation by promoting the
be i ia A ideals of democracy and
to unite its members in friendship,
fellowship, and mutual understand-
and responding to the needs and wel-.
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This year was the first year Ferndale had an
organized Stage Crew. Members were chosen so
each class was represented. There were four sen-
iors, two juniors, two sophomores, and six fresh-
men. Under the supervision of Mr. McKay, their
advisor, these boys proved to be very efficient
in preparing the auditorium for assemblies and
restoring it to its original form after them. Much
time was spent, on their parts, during activities
periods and often, after school in order that we
might have the proper equipment and stage props
for our assemblies. This group should be com-
mended for a job well done resulting from the
endless hours they spent and the effort they put
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Ferg Dennis Brown Paul Shaffer. Row 3: Frank Lund, Bob Pickerill, Tom Ayres, 'Ted Long, Bruce Ferg. Leo Gtandinetti-absent.
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Row 1: Russell Wingard, Roger Blough, Dennis Brown, Fred Hagerich. Row 2: David White, Barry McDowell, Bill Black, Carl
Koch, Tom Carstensen. Row 3: john Perdas, Cliff Rhodes, Tom Ayres, Bruce Harrison, Ted Long, Doug Miller.
The Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Willimns had
fifteen members this year. They met in the high school audi-
torium, during activities period, and worked out new music for
the chorus. Their purpose was to receive musical enrichment
through informal get-togethers.
Mr. Williams-Director jaime Potter-Soloist
Row 1: Keim C., Tomasko S., Potter J., Kwiatkowski C., Vfoodruff B., Replogle R., jeroy L., Block D.
Row 2: Fingerhoot A., Smith D., Coulter A., Wingard R., Miller G., Daum M., Hipp S. Row 3: Mr. Wil-
liams, Russell L., Kress C., Carstenson T., Hagerick F.. Yuhas M., Empfield D. Row 4: Lavely L., Moors
L., Koch C., Ellis R., White D., Diehl J., Stammely N. Rau' 5: Constable C., Wissinger M., Rhodes C.,
Ayres T., Long T., Goch M., Grove P.
Practicing faithfully every day during seventh period, the chorus has provided the
student body with much musical entertainment throughout the year. Highlighted by
soloist, Jaime Potter, and the Girls' Trio, composed of Audria Fingerhoot, Lynda
Russell, and Debbie Smith, they added much to our music department.
One of the main attractions was participating in the carolling in the Park during
the Christmas season. A half-hour's entertainment to passing shoppers was their goal.
They also sang at our Christmas Assembly on December 22. Directed by Mr. Wfilliams,
our chorus has shown much talent and' initiative and we were fortunate enough to
have representatives attend both District and County Chorus.
The main highlight of the year for the complete music department was the spring
concert. Working along with the band, the chorus presented a program as successful
as in past years.
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Second Line: Linda Moors-soprano, jackie Diehl-alto
Third Line: Connie Kress-alto, Greg Miller-bass, Carol Keirn-soprano
Fourth Line: Al Coulter-bass, Linda Lavely-soprano
Fifila Line: Sue Hipp-alto, Barbara Woodruff-soprano, Dennis Brown-baritone
Sixth Line: Tom Ayres-baritone
One of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a
high school student is membership in the National Honor
Society. The purpose ,of this organization is to create an en-
thusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to help others,
promote leadership, and to encourage the development of
character in the students of the high school.
To attain membership in the Honor Society, a student must
maintain a 3.1 average in his junior year and a 2.75 average
in his senior year.
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Row 1: Al Coulter, Charlotte McClintock, Nadine Pluch-
insky, lvlyron Srnay, Barbara Woodruff. Row 2: John
Keifer, Kathy Petrick, Chris Gembinski, Mary Lou Ribb-
lett. Row 3: Roger Blough. Bob Wagnei', jim Polak, Carl
Shaffer, Mary Mihalick.
Raw 1: Al Coulter-Vice President Row 2: Kathy Pet-
rick-Treasurer, Mary Lou Ribblett-Secretary Rau' 3:
This year Ferndale was fortunate to
have as its guest a foreign exchange
student, Miss Nellie Novoa of Quito,
Ecuador. Her father is a lawyer, her
mother is a teacher, and she has three
sisters, ages 22, 19, 13, and a brother
13. She was graduated in 1964 from
Espejo High School in Quito, where
she ranked first in a class of twenty.
In December of 1965 she applied to
come to America. After examinations
in American Culture, written and oral
English, and a subsequent interview, she
was selected as an exchange student.
Nellie's trip to Ferndale was a result
of the joint efforts of the Student Coun-
cil and the American Field Service.
While a student at Ferndale High School
Nellie was the guest of the McClintock
family of Dale.
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The Ferndale Area Student Council met every
Wednesday during activities period in room 22, with
Mr. Bailey, their advisor. Composed of an elected
representative and alternate from each home room,
the group worked to solve the many problems of
the student body that arose throughout the year.
As the governing body, they vigorously undertook
the task of solving the major as well as the minor
problems of the student body. Through discussion,
debating, and counseling, the group was able to
arrive at many decisions concerning school govern-
The goals of the council were to have movies -
throughout the year, sponsor a "T" shirt sale, pro-
mote the' sale of tablets by placing 50c in three ,
tablets in the vending machine, and most of all-
make our foreign exchange student feel at home here
at Ferndale. They held an assembly early in the year
to introduce Nellie to the students, and another in
March to let her speak about her country and give '
us a chance to ask questions.
The Council also organized a committee to print
a school handbook containing the rules of our
school, and another one for putting the name of the Top: Roger Blough, Nellie Nova, Sue Newcomb.
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Row 1: Mr. Bailey, Connie Wisor, Barbara Woodruff, Ann Mihalick, Rose Poyer, Lynn Graffius, Carol Berardinelli, jill Jenkins. Row 2:
Peggy Gossard, Donna Ribblett, janet Polak, Nedra Taylor, Sue Newcomb, Frieda Cooper, Mary Lou Ribblett. Row 3: Gary Reighard,
Charlotte McClintock, Bonnie Mandroc, jerry Rodgers, Bill Wojcik, Ernie Fetzer, Kathy Petrick, Marcy Urban. Raw 4: Martin Holko,
Bruce Ferg, Blaine Lester, Ed Manda, Bob Wagner, Steve Confer, Fred Alt. Raw 5: Bobby Pickerill, Bill Parke, Chip Hess, Bruce Har-
rison, Mark Wissinger, Tim Mandroc.
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tock, Frieda Cooper, Mary
Lou Ribblett, Barbara Wood-
ruff Row Iwo: Ernie Fetzer,
Steve Confer, Kathy Petrick
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Row Two: Dwayne Hill, Bill
Parke Row Zbree: Tim Man-
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Row one: Carol Berardinelli, Nedra Taylor, Rose Poyer Row
two: Gary Reighard, Marcy Urban Rauf flares: Jerry Rogers,
Ed Manda, Bonnie Mandroc
Row one: Lynn Graffius, Martin Opeth, Ann Mihalick, Jill
jenkins Row nw: Blaine Lester, Bob Pickerill, Bill Wojcik
The Courier staff has once again managed to keep in step with the rush of school
activities. Outspoken editorials, news, and feature articles provided interesting reading
to the student body. Under the guidance of Mr. Ficco, the staff compiled, published,
and distributed the newspaper. The Courier once again was one of the most notable
activities of Ferndale.
ADVISOR AND EDITORS: Mr. Ficco, Roger Blough, Kathy Petrick
Row 1: Mr. Ficco, Jaime Potter, Diane Crislip, Nelly Fisher, Judy Majercsik, Paulette Luther, Peggy Gossard. Row 2: Janet Polak,
john Keifer, Becky Miller, Bonnie Wentz, Sue Newcomb. Row 3: Kathy Petrick, Tom Carstensen, Roger Blough, Bob Wagner, Sally
Mineniyer, Mary Mihalick.
BUSINESS AND EXCHANGE: Jaime Potter ART EDITOR: janet Polak
CO-EDITORS: Tom Carstensen, Sue
EENIOR EDITORS: Peggy Gossard, Paulette SPORTS EDITORS: Bob Wagner, Bruce Ferg
TYPISTS: Bonnie Wentz, Sally Minemyer REPORTERS: Mary Mihalick, John Keifer,
Becky Miller, Wayne Rychak '29
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Row 1: Mr, Ambroe, Jaime Potter, Lynda Meier, Pat Kasprzyk, Donna Ribblett, Kathy Jerasa, Bonnie Allison. Row 2: Marcy Urban,
Judy Majercsik, Sue Newcomb, Betty Good, Mary Lou Ribblett, Janice Reed. Row 3: Paul Shaffer, Sandy Marsh, Connie Kress, Eileen
Paulovich, Bonnie Wentz, Janet Polak, Judy Turner. Raw 4: Marcia Bopp, Tom Carstensen, Russell Wingard, Carl Koch, Sally Mine-
myer, Mary Mihalick.
We, of the Reflector staff, wish to thank
everyone who helped us make this yearbook
the best ever. Our special thanks are extended
to Cover's Studio of Johnstown, Mr. Ambroe,
our advisor, and all the patrons and subscribers.
We hope that through these pages you will
4' remember all those good times you had during
the 1965-66 school year, and that the seniors,
especially, will have a "Pictorial History of
Their Senior Yearf'
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ADVISOR, EDITOR, CO-EDITOR: Mr. Ambroe, Mary Lou TYPISTS: Swing from lefz to riglal: Bonnie Wentz, Sandy Marsh, Judy
Ribblett, Sue Newcomb Turner. Standing: Betty Good, Sally Minemyer, Connie Kress
FEATURES EDITOR: TOIT1 Carstensen CLASS EDITOR: INIary 1YIihaliCIc SPORTS EDITOR: Carl Koch
ASSISTANTS: Russel Wingard, Janet ASSISTANT: Judy Majercsik ASSISTANT: Kathy Jerasa
ACTIVITIES EDITOR: Donna Rilnblett JUNIOR HIGH EDITORS: Connie ART EDITOR: Janet Polak
ASSISTANTS: Lynda Meier, Jaime Kress, Judy Turner ASSISTANT: Marcia Bopp
PICTURE FILE MANAGER: Pat ADVISOR: INIrS. Rodgers PI-IOTOGRAPHER: Paul Shaffer
Kasprzyk BUSINESS MANAGER: Eilleen ASSISTANT: Jim Munro
ASSISTANT: Bonnie Allison Paulovich
ASSISTANTS: Janice Reed, Marcy
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On Friday, May 7, 1965, the
social event of the 1964-65 school
term was held at the Masonic Tem-
ple as the junior class presented
"My Fair Lady" in honor of the
departing seniors. The prom is cer-
tainly one of the long cherished
memories a student takes with him
and this one was no exception. The
fleeting moments of this evening
will live long in 'the hearts of all
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ALLISON, TED Gym Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Track-1, Football-
1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club-2, Wres-
tling-1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-
2, 3, 4, Baseball-2, 3, 4.
ALVAREZ, CHICO Wrestling
-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-1, 2, 3, 4,
Gym Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball Mgr.-2, 3, 4, Basketball
Mgr.-2, Varsity Club-3,
4, Key Club-2, 3 CTreasurerj,
AYRES, TOM Band-1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club
-1, Jets Club-3, Glee Club-
1, 2, 3, 4, Leo Club-4.
BADER, AL Rod and Gun Club
BALLOW, PAULETTE Band-
L, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club-1, 2, 3,
Future Nurse's Club-1, Future
Teacher's Club-2, Y-Teens-1,
BENSHOFF, BILL Gym Club-
1, 2, Rod and Gun Club-3, 4.
BEZEK, JAMES Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Golf-1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball-1, Varsity
BLOUGH, ROGER Math Club
-1, 2, 3, 4, Jets Club-1, 2,
3, 4, Golf-2, Band-3, Wres-
tling-2, National Honor Society
-3, 4, Student Council-3, 4,
Boy's Glee Club-4, Advanced
Work Seminar for Able Youth
-3, Leo Club-4 QPresidentj,
Courier-2, 3 fAssistar1tEditorj,
BLUE, WAYNE Football Mgr:
-1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling-1, 2,
3, 4, Rod and Gun Club-1,
Key Club-2, 3, 4, Track-1,
Varsity Club-3, 4.
BOAST, JACK Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, Gym Club-1, 2,
3, 4, Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Var-
sity Club-3, 4, Baseball-2, 3,
BOUCH, TERRY Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Pep
BREHM, RICK Math Club-1,
Rod and Gun Club-1, 2, 3, 4,
Football Mgr.-1, Track Mgr.-
3, 4, Wrestling Mgr.-1, Boyls
Pep Club-3, 4.
BROWN, BARBARA Y-Teens
-1, Chorus-1, Pep Club-2,
BROWN, DENNIS Science
Club-1 CSecretaryj, Chess Club
-1, Track-1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club-2, 3, 4, Jets Club-2, 3,
4, Hi-Y-3, 4, Boy's Pep Club
-3, 4, Varsity Club-4, Rod
and Gun Club-4, Basketball
BROWN, DICK Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y-2,
Varsity Club -3, 4, Boy's Pep
BURKETT, MAGGIE Y-Teens
-1, Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4,
Future Nurse's Club-1, 2, 3, 4,
BURKHARD, FRANCIS 'Rod
and Gun Club-3, 4.
BURKHART, VIVIAN Chorus
-1, Chess Club-1, Y-Teens-
1, Pep Club-3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-3, 4.
CHUMRIK, NANCY Y-Teens
-1, Future Nurse's Club-1, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club-3, 4.
CLITES, TED Reflector-1, 2,
3, Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Math
Club-1, Chorus-2, 3, 4, Soph.
Play-Actor, Junior Play-Actor,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, Hi-Y-
4 fSecretaryj, Future Teacher's
CONFER, STEVE Golf-1, 2,
3, 4, Rod and Gun Club-1, 2,
Key Club-2, 3, 4, Soph. Play-
Actor, Football-2, 3, Gym
Club-3, 4, Boy's Pep Club-
3, 4, Student Council-4.
-CONSTABLE, CLAUDIA Y-
Teens-1, Pep Club-1, 2, 3,
4, Jackettes-3, 4, Chorus-4.
COOPER, FREIDA Class Trea-
surer-1, Pep Club-2, 3, 4,
Student Council-1, 4, Y-Teens
-1, Future Nurse's Club-1,
2 fPresidentJ, 3, 4 QTreasurerJ.
COULTER, ALLISON Band-1,
2, 3, 4, Jets Club-1, 2, 33
Math Club-1, 2, 3, 4,. Glee
Club-1, 2, Student Council-2,
National Honor Society-3, 4
fTreasurerj, Advanced- Work
Seminar for Able Youth-35
Chorus-4, Leo Club-4 fTre'a-
surerj, Pep Band-2, 3, 4.
CRAMER, ARLENE Y-Teens-
1, Art Club-1, Chorus-1, Pep
Club-2, 3, 4, Future Teacher's
Club-2, Future Nurse's Club-
3, 4 fSecretaryJ, Class Treas-
urer-3, Prom Committee-3.
CRISLIP, JEANIE Chorus-1,
Y-Teens-1 QVice Presidentj,
Pep Club-2, 3, 4, Future Teach-
er's Club-2, 3, 4, French
Club-3, Student Council-3,
Prom Committee-3, Class Sec-
CRUICKSHANK, DIANE Fu-
ture Nurse,s Club-1, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
-1, Junior Play-Actress, jack-
CUSTER, LINDA Pep Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, jack-
2, 3, 4, Track-1, 2, 3, 4,
Wrestling-1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptainj,
Gym Club-1, 2, 3, Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, 4, Boy's Pep
Club-3, 4, Varsity Club-3,
4 QSecretaryj, Student Council
DEMCOE, PAUL Football-1,
2, 3, 4, Track-1, 3, 4, Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, Gym Club-4,
Basketball-1, Varsity Club-
3, 4, Boy's Pep Club-3, 4.
DIEHL, DIANE Y-Teens-1,
2, Jackettes-3, Pep Club-2, 3,
DIEHL, JACKIE Y-Teens-1,
Chorus-1, 4, Pep Club-2, 3,
4, French Club-3, 4, Future
Nurse's Club-3, Future Teach-
er's Club-4, Jackettes-4.
DIMPFL, BILL Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-1, 2,
3, 4, Junior Play-Actor, Boy's
DOOLITTLE, CATHY Pep
Club-2, 3, jackettes-3, Future
DRISCOLL, DONNA Y-Teens
-1, Pep Club-2, 3.
DROZ, LINDA Pep Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, jack-
ettes-3, Library Club-4 QVice
Presidentj, Student Council-1,
Soph. Play-Actress, Junior Play
-Committee, Ring Committee-
3, Class Secretary-2, 3.
DRZAL, BILL Math Club-1,
2, 4, jets Club-2, 3, 4, Boy's
ELLIS, BOB Math Club-1,
Chorus-2, 3, 4, French Club-
3, 4, Glee Club-1, 2, 3, jr.
High Basketball Mgr.-1.
ESPEY, CINDY Student Coun-
til-1 fPresidentj, Pep Club-
2, 3, 4, G.A.A.-4 fPresidentj,
Future Teacher's Club-2, Prom
1, 2, 3, 4 QCO-Captainj.
FARANDA, MARY Pep Club
-1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.-2, 4
fSecretaryj, Y-Teens-1, Cheer-
FARLEY, PAULA Band-1,
Sales Club-2, French Club-3,
Transfer from Mullens High
School-4, Pep Club-4.
FETZER, ERNIE Football-1,
2, 3, 4, Gym Club-1, 2, 3, Key
Club-2, 3, 4, Varsity Club-3,
4, Class President-1, 3, Class
Treasurer-2, Class Vice Presi-
dent-4, Ring Committee-35
Baseball-3, 4, Future Teacher's
Club-4, Student Council-4,
Turkey Trot King-4.
FISHER, CAROL Pep Club-1,
2, 3, Y-Teens-1.
FRIEBEN, CHRIS Y-Teens-1
flnter Club Counselorj, Pep
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's
Club-1, 2 QTreasurerj, 3 fVice
Presidentj, 4 QPresiclentj.
GARRETSON, GEORGIA Pep
Club-1, Y-Teens-2, Future
GEMBINSKI, CHRIS Y-Teens
-2, 3, Pep Club-1, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society-3, 4, Fu-
ture Teacher's Club-3, 4, Prom
GOCH, MICHAEL Rod and
Gun Club-2, 3, 4, Baseball
Mgr.-2, 3, 4.
GOOD, BETTY Pep Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, Jack-
GOSSARD, PEGGY Pep Club-
1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1 QSec-
retaryj, Cheerleader-1, Student
Council-1, 2, 3 fVice Presi-
tdentj, 4 QSecretaryj, Future
Nurse's Club-2, 3, 4, Soph.
Play-Actress, Courier-3, 4
HAHN, DOROTHY Y-Teens
-1, 2, Jackettes-3, 4, Pep
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's
Club-1, 2, Future Teacher's
HAMILTON, CAROL Chorus
-1, Y-Teens-1, Pep Club-
2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's Club-
2, 3, 4.
Math Club-2, 3, Rod and Gun
Club-4, Jets Club-4.
HESS, DELBERT Rod and Gun
Club-1, Basketball--1, 2, Base-
ball-1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Club-2, 3, 4, Future
Te-acher's Club-3, 4, Boy's
Pep Club-3, 4, Wrestling-3,
4, Junior Play-Actor, Track-3,
HILTABIDEL, CAROLYN Pep
Club-2, 3, 4, Library Club-1,
HIPP, SUE Pep Club-1, 2,
Math Club-1, Band-1, 2, 3,
4, Y-Teens-2, Chorus-2, 3,
4, Soph. Play-i-Actress, Junior
Play-Actress, Future Teache-r's
HORNE, CINDY Y-Teens-1,
Pep Club-3, 4, Future Teach-
er's Club-2, 3, 4, French
HUTCHINSON, PAM Pep
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's
Club-1, 4, Future Teacher's
IENI, JOE Science Club-1,
Chess Club-1, Key Club-2,
3, 4, Jets Club'-2, 3, 4, French
Club-3, 4, Student Council-
3, Future Teacher's Club-3,
IMLER, SAM Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, Math Club-1,
Geography-Science Club-1, 2,
Junior Play-Actor, Boy's Pep
Club-4, Future Teacher's Club
JAMES, PAM Y-Teens-1
QPresidentj, 2, Chorus--1, 2, 3,
Pep Club-3, Jackettes-3.
JARTIN, ALISON Band-1, 2
3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, Pep Club
--1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band-3, 4,
Future Teacher's Club-3, 4,
French Club-3, 4 fSecre-taryj,
JONES, JOHN E. Math Club
-1, 2, Jets Club-3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-4, Boy's Pep
-4, Science Club-1.
ONES OHNR Band 1 2'
Jets Clula-1, Transfer from
Bishop McCort High School-
3, Hi-Y Club-4, Rod and Gun
Club-3, 4, Jets Club-3, Boy's
Pep Club-3, 4.
KEIFER, JOHN Math Club-
2, 3, Jets Club-2, 3, Key Club
-2, 3, 4, Soph. Play-Actor,
Junior Play-Actor, National
Honor Society-3, 4, Boy's Pep
Club-3, Courier--3, 4.
KEIM, CAROL Chorus-1, 2,
3, 4, Librarian--1, Y-Teens-
1, Pep Club-2, 3, 4, G,A,A,-
3, Jackettes-3, 4 QTreasurerJ,
Future Teacher's Club-4.
KEIPER, ALAN Chess Club-
1, Track-1, Rod and Gun Club
-2, 4, Boy's Pep Club-3, 4,
Hi-Y-3, Glee Club-3.
KILLIAN, JOE Cross Country
-2, Track 2, Transfer from
Richland High School-4, Rod
and Gun Club-4, Track-4.
KRESS, CONNIE Chess Club-
1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Chorus-1, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4
CSecretaryj, Ja c k e t t e s-3.
G.A.A.-3, Future Teacher's
LAPORTE, KATHY Pep, Club
-1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, Cheer-
leader-1 QCO-Captainj, 2, 3,
LAVELY, LINDA Y-Teens-1,
Chorus-1, Transfer from Rich-
land High School-2, Pep Club
-2, 3, 4, Jackettes-4 QSecre-
taryj, Chorus-43, 4.
LEBERKNIGHT, JOEL Science
Club-1, Glee Club-2, French
Club-3, 4, Leo Club-4, Jets
Club-4, Future Teacher's Club
-4, Boy's Pep Club-4.
LONG, TED Math Club-1, 2,
QSecretaryJ, 3 fSecretaryJ, Glee
Club-1, 2, 4, Band-1, 2, 3, 4
CPresidentJ, Jets Club-3, Cross
Country-3, Stage Crew-3, 4
QStuclent Managerj, Chorus--4,
Leo Club-4 CSCCICYRIYD.
LOWES, JOHN Chess Club-
1, Cross Country--1, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y-3, Basketball-1, 2, 3,
4, Rod and Gun Club-4, Var-
sity Club-4, Gym Club-2,
Boy's Pep Club-4.
LUTHER, PAULETTE Chorus
-1, Science Club-1 fSecre-
taryj, Soph. Play-Actress, Jun-
ior Play-Actress, Y-Teens-2,
Courier-3, 4, Librarian-2, 3,
4, Library Club-2, 3, 4 QPresi-
LUX, ROBERT Science Club-
1, Chess Club-1, Gym Club-
1, 2, Wrestling-3, 4, Rod and
LUX, RUPERT Science Club-1
fPresidentj, Chess Club-1,
Gym Club-1, 2, Key Club-
2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club-3.
Y-Teens-1, Pep Club-1, 2,
3, 4, Student Council-1, 4,
Chorus-1, 3, Ring Committee
-2, County Chorus-3, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Prom
Committee-3, National Honor
Society-3, '4, French Club-3,
Advanced Work Seminar for
Able Youth-2, American Field
MCCUNE, JUDY Y-Teens-1,
2, Pep Club-3, 4.
MALISKO, TOM Football-1,
Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4, Rod and
Gun Club-3, Basketball-1, 2,
3, 4, Key Club-3, 4 fTrea-
surerj, Varsity Club-3, 4 QSec-
retaryj, Boy's Pep Club-4,
Future Teacher's Club-4.
MARSH, SANDI Y-Teens-1,
2, Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Future
Nurse's Club-2, Soph. Play-
Actress, jackettes-3, Library
Club-3, Librarian-3, Future
Teacher's Club-4, Reflector-
MICALE, TOM Student
Council-1 fTreasurerj, Chess
Club--1, Rod and Gun Club-
1, 2, Jets Club-1, 2, French
Club-3, 4, Track-3, 4, Boy's
Pep Club-4, Future Teacher's
MIHALICK, MARY Library
Club-1, Math Club-1, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Pep
Club-2, 3, 4, French Club-3
fTreasurerj, 4 CTreasurerj, Ad-
vanced Work Seminar for Able
Youth-2, Reflector-3, 4, jun-
ior Play-Actress, National Hon-
or Society-3, 4, Courier-4.
MILLER, GREG Class Vice
President-1, Cross Country-2,
3, 4, Track-1, 2, 3, 4, Wres-
tling-1, Crafts Club-1, Gym
Club-1, Chorus-1, Glee Club
-1, 2, Hi-Y Club-3, 4 QPresi-
dentj, Spanish Club-3, 4,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, junior
Play-Actor, Rod and Gun Club
-4, Stage Crew-4.
MILLER, PAUL Geography-
Science Club-1 QVice Presi-
dentj, Soph. Play-Actor, Span-
ish Club-3 QVice Presidentj,
4, Cross Country-4, Track-
4, Varsity Club-4.
MILLER, VIRGINIA Y-Teens
-1, 2, jackettes-3, 4.
MINEMYER, SALLY Y-Teens
-1, 2, Iackettes-3, 4, Pep
Club-2, 3, 4, Courier-4, Re-
flector-4, Magazine Campaign
MINTMIER, GEORGE Crafts
Club-1, Chess Club-1, Gym
Club-1, Football-1, Basket-
ball-1, 2, 3, 4, Rod and Gun
Club-2, Hi-Y clul-3, 4,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, Future
MISKE, STEVE Football-1, 2,
3, Baseball-2, 3, 4, Varsity
Club-2, 3, 4, Gym Club-3,
4, Rod and Gun Club-2.
MOORS, LINDA Pep Club-1,
Dance Club-1, Y-Teens-1,
G.A.A.-2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's
Club-2, 3, 4, junior Play-Ac-
MUHA, MARY Pep Club-1,
2, Forensics-2, Transfer from
Bishop McCort High School-
3, Pep Club-3, 4, jackettes-
3, Future Teacher's Club-4.
NAUGLE, LARRY Dance Club
-1, Geography-Science Club
-1, jets Club-3, 4, Student
Council-2, Basketball-2, 3,
QMgr.j, 4, Boy's Pep Club-4,
French Club-3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4.
NOLL, PAT Boy's Pep Club-
NOVOA, NELLY Library Club
-2, Nursing Club-2, Social
Club-3, Foreign Exchange Stu-
dent from Espejo High School
-4, Spanish Club-4.
NOZSAK, LOUIS Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 5, 4.
OAKLEY, FRED Football-1,
2, 3, 4, Rod and Gun Club-
1, 2, 3, Boy's Pep Club-3, 4
fVice Presidentj, Future Teach-
er's Club-3, Basketball-1,
Track-2, Varsity Club-4.
PALUCHAK, BoB Rod and
Gun Club-1 , Geography-
Science Club-1, Key Club-
4, Dance Club-1, Baseball-
2, 3, 4, Boy's Pep Club-4,
Jets Club-4 QVice Presidentj,
Basketball-2, 3, 4.
PAULOVICH, EILEEN Y-
Teens-1, 2, Pep Club-1, 2,
3, 4, Future Nurse's Club-3,
PENNA, TONY Class Presi-
dent-1, Gym Club-1, Football
-1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling-1, 3,
4, Key Club-2, Jets club-2,
Baseball-2, 3, Hi-Y Club-3
CVice Presidentj, 4 QPresidentj,
Boy's Pep Club-4 QPresidentj,
PETRICK, KATHY Y-Teens-
1, Student Council-1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus-1, Class President-2,
Class Vice President-3, Class
Treasurer-4, G.A.A.-2, Ad-
vanced Work Seminar for Able
Youth-2, Pep Club-2, 3, 4,
Soph. Play-Student Director
Junior Play-Student Director,
French Club-3, National Hon-
or Society-3, 4 'QVice Presi-jg
dentj, Courier-3 fAssistant
Editorj, 4 QEditorj, Future
Teacher's Club-4 Cfreasurerj,
American Field Service Com-
PFEIL, CHARLES Football-1,
Transfer from Bishop McCort
High School-3, Hi-Y Club-3,
4 fTreasurerj, Track-3, 4,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, Rod and
Gun Club-4, Wrestling-4.
PIETRON, DIANE Pep Club-
1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, Future
Nurse's Club-2, Jackettes-3,
Library Club-4, Librarian-4.
PLUCHINSKY, NADINE Pep
Club-1, 2, 3 QVice Presidentj,
4 fPresidentj, Cheerleader-1,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, Future
Teacher's Club-3 QVice Pres-
identj, 4 QPresidentj, National
Honor Society-3, 4, French
Club-3 CVice Presidentj, 4
POLAK, JIM Rod and Gun
Club-1, Golf-2, Basketball-
1, 2, 3, 4 fCaptainj, Track-
3, 4, Prom Committee-3, Key
Club-3, 4, Student Council-
3, National Honor Society-3,
4, Varsity Club-4, Class Presi-
POLENIK, LIZ Pep Club-1',
2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's Club-
1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, Junior
POPCHAK, JIM Boy's Pep
Club-4, Gym Club-1, 2,
Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Club-3, 4 QVice Presidentj.
RAGER, BARRY LEE Basket-
ball Mgr.-1, 2, Football Mgr.
-1, Baseball Mgr.-2, 3, 4,
Rod and Gun Club-2, 3, 4,
Gym Club-1, Varsity Club-4.
RAGER, BARRY LYNN Rod
and Gun Club-1, 2, 3, 4,
Geography-Science Club-1, 2,
Football Mgr.-2, 3, Future
Teacher's Club-3, Jets Club-
4, Boy's Pep Club-4.
RAGER, RICKFY Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Football-1,
Wrestling-3, 4, Track-4.
RHOADFS, TERRY Rod and
Gun Club-2, 3, 4.
RIBBLETT, MARY LOU Math
Club-1, Band-1, 2, 3, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council-3, 4, junior
Play-Actress, National Honor
Society-3, 4 fSecretaryj, Re-
flector-2, 3, 4 fliditorj.
RICHTER, MARIAN Pep Club
-1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurse's
Club-1, 4, Y-Teens-1, G.A.A.
-2, 3, Band-1, Cheerleader
-1, 2, 3, 4.
RODGFRS, RAY Wrestling-
1, 2, 3 ,4, Gym Club-1, 2,
Science Club-1, Rod and Gun
Club-2, 3, 4, Jets Club-2,
Track Mgr.-2, Key Club-3,
4 QVice Presidentj, Football
Mgr.-3, 4, Varsity Club-3,
4, Boy's Pep Club-3, 4.
SAINTZ, SALLY Y-Teens-1,
Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Future
Nurse's Club-1, 2 QSecretaryj,
3 fSecretaryj, 4.
SHAFFER, CARL Science Club
-1 QSecretaryj, Rod and Gun
Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-
1, National Honor Society-3,
4, French Club-3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-3, 4, Boy's
Pep Club-3, 4.
SMAY, MYRON Math Club-
1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Club-1, Re-
flector-2, Spanish Club-3, 4,
National Honor Society-3, 4.
SPEICHER, SANDY Y-TeenS-
1, Band-1, 2, Pep Club-3,
4, Future Nurse's Club-2, 3
QVice Presidentj, 4.
STAMMELY, DON Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, Basketball-
1, Baseball-2, 4, Boy's Pep
Club-3, 4, Track-3, Spanish
STEPHENS, JACKIE Future
Nurse's Club-1, 2 QVice Presi-
dentj, 3, 4, Pep Club-42, 3,
4, Y-Teens-1, Student Council
SWAIN, TOM Rod and Gun
Club-1,'3, 4, QPresidentj, Class
Treasurer-1, Cross Country
-2, 3, Leo Club-4.
SWARNEY, KEITH Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, Football-1,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4 CTreas-
urerjg Hi-Y Clubw4, Future
THIEL, SHARON Y-Teens-2,
Library Club-2, Chorus-2,
JackettesH3, 4, Pep Club-3,
THOMAS, JOANNE Chorus-
1, Transfer from Triangle High
School-3, Pep Club-4, Fu-
ture Nurse's Club-4.
TILLEY, JIM Football-1, Rod
and Gun Club-1, 3, 4, Track
-2, 3, Boy's Pep Club-4, Hi-
TOMASKO, ANN MARIE Y-
Teens+1, 2, Jackettes-3, 4,
Future Nurse's Club-2, Pep
TOMIVICK, DENNY Baseball
-I, Rod and Gun Club-1, 2,
Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, Basket-
ball-1, 2, 3, 4, Track-3, 4,
Key Club-4, Future Teacher's
Club-4, Varsity Club-4.
TONONI, DIANNA Pep Club
-1, 2, 4, Cheerleader-1 CCap-
tainj, Color Guard41, 2, Fu-
ture Nurse's Club-2, 3, 4, Jun-
ior Play-Committee, Jackettes
TURNER, JUDY Chorus-1, 2,
Class Secretary-1, 4, Y-Teens
-1, G.A.A.-2, Pep Club-2,
3, 4, Future Teacher's Club-
4 QSecretaryJ, Reflector-4.
URBANIK, MARY Y-Teens-
1, Future Nurse's Club-1, Pep
Club-2, 3, 4, G.A.A.--2, 3.
VANGLARICK, JOANNE Pep
Club-1, 2, 3, 4 QTreasurerj,
Y-Teens-1, Future Nurse's
Club-2, 4, Future Teacher's
Club-3, Jackettes-4 fVice
VOYTAS, MARTI Future
Nurse's Club-1, Pep Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Y-Teens-1, 2, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Junior
WAGNER, BOB Student Coun-
cil-1, 2, 3, 4 QPresidentj, Math
Club-1 fSecretaryJ, 2 fPresi-
dentj, 3, 4 fPresidentj, Key
Club-2, 3 QPresidentj, 4, Bas-
ketball-1 CMgr.j, 2, 3, 4, Golf
-3, 4, National Honor Society
-3, 4 fPresidentj, Courier-3,
WALTERS, DARYL Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, 3, 4 fVice
WARNER, NANCY Y-Teens
-1, Library Club-2, Future
Nurse's Club-4, Future Teach-
er's Club-2, French Club-3.
WEAVER, JIM Rod and Gun
Club-1, 3, 4, Wrestling-2, 3,
WENTZ, BONNIE Y-Teens-
1, 2, Jackettes-3, 4, Pep Club
-2, 3, 4, Courier-4, Reflec-
WOODRUFF, BARBARA Sci-
ence Club-1, Y-Teens-1 fCor-
responding Officerj, Chorus--1,
3, 4, French Club-3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Pep
Club-3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety-3, 4, Student Council-4.
WRIGHT, BARRY Gym Club
-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-1,
Track-1, 2, 3, 4, Football-
1, 2, 3, 4 QCaptainJ, Varsity
Club-1, 2, 3, 4 QPresidentj,
YUHAS, RON Gym Club-1,
2, 3, 4, Football-1, Rod and
Gun Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Boy's
Pep Club-4, Wrestling-4.
ZAHORAN, JOHN Math Club
-1, 2, Rod and Gun Club-2,
3, Boy's Pep Club-3, 4, Hi-
Y Club-4, Future Teacher's
ZAHORAN, NANCY Y-Teens
-1, Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 4, Soph.
Play-Actress, Junior Play-Ac-
tress, Cheerleader-33 Future
Teacher's Club-2, 3, 4, Jack-
ZIMMER, KAREN Future Nur-
se's Club-1, 2, 4, Y-Teens-1,
Jackettes-3, 4, Pep Club-1,
2 QSecretaryJ, 3, 4, Future
Teacher's Club-3, Library Club
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THE REFLECTOR CLOSES
Our trail stretches ahead
We look backward and see the winding road
that has brought us here.
We look toward a limitless future
Waiting just around the bend.
Gratefully we remember those who first
tread Ferndale's path.
They established her traditions and blazed
the trail for us.
Humbly we pick up our packs and walk
There is much that still must be doneg the
trail is beckoning.
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When twi-ligh't shades in-vite mem-ries to call our own
Thru these short high school years we've known both-joys and fears
Now tho our path di-vide our hearts are still as one
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Ot-hers fade from my sight years have passed by
Each year knits close the tie of friend-ships met
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Pal of mine Fern-dale High I'll ne're for-get.
Pal of mine Fern-dale High I'll ne're for-get.
Pal of mine Fern-dale High I'll ne're for-get
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This year all the seventh and eighth grade students of the district are attending school
in the Dale junior High School building. Previously the students had attended school
in their respective boroughs or townships. The change has proven to be very successful
and the students have adjusted quickly to the new surroundings.
Univ. of Pittsburgh,
Indiana State College
Principal, U. S. Hirtofy
Student Council, "Plenty"
Dale junior High operates under the capable direction of Mr.
Rodgers, the principal. Charged with the complex duties of re-
organization, Mr. Rodgers has done a commendable job of bring-
ing together a new faculty and a new student body and welding
them into a functioning unit. Dale's future success will be the
reward for his efforts.
jr. Pep Club
MR. BOMBATCH MR. CLARK
Indiana State Slippery Rock State, Pittsburgh
BS- Master of Ed., B.A. in H. Ed.
SP- Ed- Englifb
Rod and Gun Club
MRS. ESPEY MRS. FELIX MISS GETTY
Pennsylvania State University Indiana State Pennsylvania State University
B.S. B.S. in Music Ed. A1-1
Pbyf. Ed., Heallh Cborur Y.Tggm-
As the school term began, a new era was marked by the Dale
Junior High. Symbolic of its new position as an integrated facility
serving the entire Ferndale Area System, many new faces were
added to the familiar as the faculty was organized. This combina-
tion implemented a program which proved to be second to none.
Hearty congratulations are in order to these faculty members who
give so much in order that youth may be served.
Concord College KW. Va.j
Pb yfical Educalion
MR. MATSKO MRS. NYCUM MR. RANKIN
Michigan State University Hood College Slippery Rock State College
B.S. B.S. B.S.
Hirlory Home Economic! Science, Geogmpby
Fggfbqll Knilling Club IVreJZling, I r. H. Science Club
MR. RICH MR. RUSHIN MR. WEBBER
Concord College QW. Va.j Indiana State California State, Columbia University
B.S. B.S. B.S., lNI.A.
Reading, Englifb U. S. Hiflory Indurlrial Arif, Drafting
D,-gmgfjfy Club Craflf Club, jr. Higla Bafbetbull
EIGHTH GRADE. Row 1-wMary Jean Fallier, Linda Thiel, Mark Roberts, Randy Horbal, Jocelyn Smith, jack Blank,
Beverly Ringler. Row 2-Mr. Bailey, David Peel, Kathy Rigby, Leslie Bock, Carl Michaels, Sharon Pluchinsky, john
Stammely. Row 3-Rose Marie Baird, Ethel Mae Reed, Pam Schroeder, Betty Boast, William Hare, Diane Beise.l,
Jim Hindman, Row 4-Charlene Steinhagen, Paulette Bach, Francine Aveni, Cindy Bouch, Margo Miller, Ron Grexa.
Row 5-David Teeter, Joyce McFeaters, Gail Moors, Braden Garretson, William Shaffer, Gary Cassidy, Sharon Pauline.
EIGHTH GRADE. Row 1-Beverly Blue, Lester McDaniel,- Helen Fisher, Pat Rovan, Robert Vuletic, jackie Crouse.
Row 2-Mrs. Felix, Bill Robinson, Roberta Barkhimer, Kathy Hansen, Tom Muchesko, Bernadette Lux, Beth Cruick-
shank, Nancy Miller. Row 3-Jeff Carlson, Gary Lindt, Jean Rhodes, Bob Polca, Becky Shiley, Becky Frambach. Row 4-
Susan Miles, Myron Rummel, Debbie Maldet, Craig Fay, Karen Oaks, Nancy Nozsak, Tom Kegg. Row 5-Colleen
Roberts, Maryann Poliacek, Rick Speicher, Bill Querry, Audrey Wirick, Jeff Pillet.
EIGHTH GRADE. Row 1-Ann Lynn McLaughlin, Karen Conley, james Shomo, Benny Hoyland, Mark Clemenson, Bob
Keim. Row 2-Mr. Bauer, Cathy Derby, David Pyrich, Jim Gossard, Mark Driscoll, jim Ling, Sylvia Miller, Jackie Parrish.
Row 3-David Manda, Tom Rager, Bob Lichtenfels, Doris Hoffman, Allen Blaschak, Craig Thomas. Row 4-Nancy Berke-
bile, Dennie Rager, Michael Hanik, Bob Vann, David Rodgers, Diane Carney, Mary Ann Tarbay. Rauf 5-Bob Shumaker,
Randy Walters, Gloria Hagerich, Tom Parke, David Leonard, Marcia Johnson.
EIGHTH GRADE. Row 1-Joe Bennett, janet Callahan, Anita Ewig, JoAnn Kwarta, Harry Vann, Barbara Crislip.
Row 2-Mr. Matsko, Sharon Fisher, Sandra Constable, Debbie Axmacher, Patsy Zimmek, Darlene Grasser, Pat Wisor.
Raw 3-Bill Bantly, Tom Bocsy, Dan Farley, Sharon Hagerich, Valree Horner, Carleen Woodruff, Reed Finnigan. Row 4
-Ernie Williams, Earl jones, Leroy Long, Danny Derby, Sandra -Blasko, Carrie Schricker. Raw 5-Wayne Smith, Doug
Craig, John Lautenbacher, David Taylor, Don Wendel.
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SEVENTH GRADE. Raw 1-Tom Espey, Gary Gaunt, John Zonin, Danny Block, Maxine Schroeder, Don Shaffer, David
Rager. Row 2a-Mr. Clark, Ellen Robertson, Vanessa Oleksa, Torn Pickerill, Roger Hody, Kelly Metzgar, Cindy Rein-
holtz, Row 3-Mark Gawlas, Barbara College, Carol Melnik, Robert Ray, George Shaffer, Sherry Elgin, Peggy Bowman.
Rau' 4-Craig Harrison, Susan Kennedy, Corinne Graffuis, Lula Long, Margie Robinson, Kenneth Merberger. Row 5-
William Shikalla, Mary Ann Wonders, Doug McIlwain, Claudia Droz, George Bouch, Susan McCall, Alex Ballow.
SEVENTH GRADE. Row 1-Tom Brehm, John Lund, Bonnie Rager, George Heidorn, David Ernpfield, Ray Drosjack.
Row 2-Mr. Rankin, Harry Lonas, Pat Zahoran, Marian Zahoran, Betsy Wright, Shelly Hack, Roxanne Heiser. Row
3-Dennis Flowers, Sandra Flowers, Larry Stump, John Steinhagen, Linda Mountain, Chuck Venner, Tom Si-
monton. Row 4-Bob Mclfeaters, Chuck Ribblett, Barbara Dudash, Cheryl Horner, Pam Kovach, Steve Duchnowski.
Row 5-Debbie Walter, Kathy Musulin, Tom Costlow, Debbie Rucosky, Karen Poyer.
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SEVENTH GRADE. Rau' 1-Greg Confer, Dave Keim, Karen Jones, Darlene Balko, Linda Alt, Jane Bowser, Janice
Croyle, Rau' 2-Miss Getty, Norman Price, Ruth Meyer, Christine Allison, Robin Rumrnel, Kathy Ripple, Christine
Gorzelsky. Rau' 3-Debbie Blue, Carl Zwick, Tom Gentile, Ted Rogers, Robert Bokros, Mark Horne, Linda Booth. Raw'4-
Ellen Mesaros, Steve Pinelli, Denise Szelazek, Gary Czerak, Kathy Holder, Connie Byers. Raw 5-Karen Gardener, Bob
Wfitkosky, Jackie Bishof, Linda Gaye, Diane Berg.
SEVENTH GRADE. Raw 1-Larry Petree, Ricky Harshberger, Bob Turek, john Cummings, Tom Vanfossin, Terry
Michaels. Rau' 2-Mr. Rich, Nancy Parke, Edward Leonard, Rath Wagner, Dennis Grandinetti, jim Kensinger, Elizabeth
Constable. Raw 3-Nancy Sherman, Tom Grumling, Brenda Hammer, jerry Albaugh, Sandra Truxall, jim jerasa, Norman
King. Rau' 4-David Beltz, Ray Carter, Gary Just, Forest Thomas, Ricky Hildebrand, Ron Bopp. Raw 5-Ted Johnson,
Kathy Cooper, Terry johnson, Gary Serbal, Carol Farkas.
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A typical day in the life of a Dale student involves
a great many activities in addition to the burdensome
classroom duties. Each student braves the halls and
stairvvays between classes, and some through "no fault
of their own" manage to participate in activities in-
volving the "Board of Education." A more enjoyable
activity is typified by picture day and Don from
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Row 1-Mr. Rodgers, K. Jones, B. Keim, K. Metzgar, T. Brehm, J. Bowser. Row 2-J. Callahan, C. Harri-
son, L. Bock, S. Flowers, S. Pluchinsky, J Crouse. Row 3-J. Ling, T. johnson, D. Taylor, T. johnson, K.
Row 1-Mrs. Felix, B. Ringler, E. Robertson, J. Callahan, R. Meyeg J. Zonin, D. Rager, L. Thiel, R.
Heiser, P. Bowman, J. Fallier, M. Schroeder. Row 2-S. Elgin, L. Long, M. Robinson, V. Horner, 1. Cum-
mings, I. Kensinger, N. Price, D. Grasser, D. Beisel, S. Kennedy, B. College. Row 3-D. Axmacher, K.
Holder, C. Horner, F. Aveni, S. Pinelli, G. Czerak, B. Bokros, C. Zwick, P. Schroeder, C. Steinhagen, S. Flowers,
E. Mesaros. Row 4-B. Boast, J. McFeaters, D. Walter, K. Cooper, J. Albaugh, T. Johnson, G. Bouch, L.
Gaye, J. Bischof, G. Hagerich, M. Miller.
Row 1-G. Confer, R. Meyer, L. Theil, J. Crouse, K. Rigby, B. Ringler. Raw 2-C. Fay, H. Fisher, P. Rovan
R. Baird, B. Blue, B. Robinson, L. McDaniel, Row 3-L. Hansen, B. Frambach, J. Rhodes, M. Tarbay, B
Cruickshank, J. Mitchell. Raw 4-K. Oaks, N. Nozsak, C. Roberts, A. Wirick, D. Rocosky, S. Miles
B. Shiley. Row 5-M. johnson, L. Gaye, M. Poliacek, D. Maldet, J. McFeaters, B. Shumaker.
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Row 1-K. Metzgar, V. Oleksa, J. Crouse, C. Gaunt, C. Reinholtz, B. Keim. Row 2-K.
Hansen, D. Moore, D. Hoffman, B. Cruickshank, S. Elgin. Row 3-N. Berkebile, M. johnson,
N. Nozsak, D. Maldet, B. Shiley, K. Oaks, S. McCall. Row 4AS. Ling, M. Poliacek, C.
Farkas, C. Droz, C. Roberts, A. ,Wirick. Row 5-K. Musulin, K. Cooper, B. Querry, S. Filorimo.
Row 1-A. McLaughlin, K. Jones, D. Keim, B. Ringler, J. Bowser, M. Schroeder. Row 2-
Mr. Bauer, M. Fallier, B. Rager, K. Ripple, E. Constable, D. Balko, E. Robertson. Row 3-
M. Horne, J. Kwarta, L. Thiel, C. Allison, N. Parke, P. Wisor, M. Gawlas. Row 4-P. Zahoran
L. Mountain, C. Graffuis, C. Melnik, P. Kovach, S.'Hack. Raw 5-M. Wonder, L, McDaniel
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Row 1-B. Sullivan, D. Blue, M. Zahoran, P. Rovan, B. Wright. Raw 2-B. Blue, L. Bock,
C. Byers, R. Baird, S. Pluchinsky, E. Mesaros. Row 3-S. Fisher, B. Dudash, D. Szelazek,
R. Barkhimer, N. Miller, P. Zimmek, H. Fisher. Raw 4-B. Frambach, J. Rhodes, S. Pauline,
S. Miles, K. Poyer, B. Lux, Row 5wD. Mcllwain, S. Hagerich, G. Hagerich, C. Bouch, G.
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1' J. Krous, L. Bock, J. Meier, Co-captain-B. Miller, Captain-C. Gray, B. Frambach, j. Gawlas,
Row 1-D. Keim, M. Roberts, B. Bokros, K. Rigby, B. Keim. Row 2-C. Fay, R. Finnigan,
K. Oaks, T. Bocsy, B. Robinson. Razz' 3-D. Carney, C. Schricker, C. Bouch, A. Wirick, P.
Bach, M. Tnrbay. Rau' 4-J. McFeaters, J. Pillet, M. Poliacek, K. Musulin, C. Roberts.
Row I-T. Michals, D. Empfield, D. Flowers, H. Vann, J. Lund, -I. Bennett, L. Petree, E
I Sullivan. Row 2-B. College, T. Rodgers, R. Vuletic, 1. Ling, C. Fay, B. Robinson, M. Roberts
P. Bowman. Row 3-Mr. Rankin, S. Miller, W. Shikalla, S. Pinelli, D. Granclinetti, B. Lichten
fels, T. Ray, T. Gentile. Row 4-D. Pyrich, M. Driscoll, C. Leventry, D. Walters, B. Polca
ll D. Purley, L. Bock, T. Bocsy. Rr1u'5+P. Bach, J. Pillet, D. VC'endel, R. Speicher, XXfz1inwright
b D. Derby, B. Shaffer.
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Row 1-Mrs, Nycum, J. Croyle, B. Croyle, P. Bowman, S. Miller, L. Alt, C. Gorzelsky. Row 2 g
-L. Booth, D. Beisel, K. Dunmeyer, C. Derby, F. Aveni, L. Long, K. Holder. Row 3-C.
Leventrv, S. Blasko, J. Bischof. D. Berg, K. Gardener, S. Truxall.
Row 1-J. Cummings, J. Hindman, M. Roberts, B. Turek, D. Rager. Row 2-H. Lonas, T
b Ray, D. Grandinetti, T. Gentile, S. Duchnowski, Row 3-B. Lichtenfels, J. Carlson, D. Beltz,
T. Kegg, J. Albaugh, T. Bocsy. Row 4-R. Hildebrand, R. Witkosky, F. Thomas, E. Williams,
Raw 1-Mr. Bailey, T. Pickerill, J. Shomo, B. Vuletic, J. Hare, M. Driscoll, M. Clemenson. 11
Row 2-R. Finnigan, D. Farley, J. Ling, G. Czerak, T. Rogers. Row 3+D. Rodgers, R. 'Grexa,
D. Craig, T. Parke, M. Hanik, D. Rager. b
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Row 1-T. Espey, T. Vanfossir., G. Shaffer, T. Brehm, R. Hody, D. Shaffer, R. Drojack. Row
2-Mr, Clark, D. Block, J. Blank, A. Ballow, B. Bokros, J. Kensinger, R. Harshberger, G. Hei-
dorn, R. Rummel. Row 3-K. Merberger, C. Michaels, B. McFeaters, C. Venner, J. Steinhagen,
C. Zwick, N. Price. Row 4-B. Turek, T. Simonton, J. Hindman, R. Bopp, D. Beltz, L. Stump,
D. Peel, E. Leonard. Row 5-J. Jerasa, D. Teeter, D. Craig, G. Serbal, B. Witkosky, G.
Bouch, C. Ribblett.
Row 1-R. Meyer, J. Callahan, J. Kwarta, P. Wisor, A. Ewig, K. Conley, R. Heiser, B. Crislip.
Row 2-E. Mesaros, J. Parrish, S. Constable, N. Miller. D. Axmacher, D. Grasser, S. Flowers,
K. Rigby. Rau' 3-B. Lux, C. Woodruff, D. Beisel, B. Boast, M. Tnrbay, R. Wagner, L. Long,
C. Derby. Raw 4-K. Holder, C. Steinhagen, B. Hammer, S. Miller, K. Dunmeyer, F. Aveni,
V. Horner, C. Horner. Row 5-W. Clites, D. Carney, J, McFeaters, J. Bishof, L. Gaye, C.
Schricker, M. Miller.
Row 1-J. Zonin, H. Vann, H. Lonas, J. Cummings, G. Gaunt. Row 2-Mr. Klum, J. Stam-
mely, B. Hoyland, C, Harrison, T. Muchesko, R. Finnigan, R. Horbal. Row 3-J. Albaugh, G.
Cassidy, D. Rodgers, T. Kegg, R. Hildebrand, R. Carter, B. Bantly. Row 4-B. Vann, E. Wil-
liams, E. Jones, L. Long, M. Rummel, D. Leonard. Row 5-D. Taylor, J. Lautenbacher, T.
Parke, T. Johnson, W. Smith.
The purpose of school is to provide each student with the tools necessary to successfully meet the challenge of life!
Mr. Matsko and his class typify the learning activity so adequately provided at Dale Junior High.
One of the most valuable tools in the educational process is the library. Here students meet to discover the secrets hidden in
the vast confines of the books stored there.
7th Graaf 270a!I1all Squad
A new program was initi-
ated this year for the seventh
grade boys who were inter-
ested in football. Mr. Amb-
roe, their supervisor, under-
took the tasks of teaching
them the fundamental skills
of the sport and the import-
ance of good sportsmanship.
He taught them various skills
and plays and the responsi-
bilities of each player on the
team. This squad will later
help determine Ferndale's
Row 1: Confer, Gaunt, Heidorn, Price, Rager, Espey. Row 2: Rummell, Simington, Gawlas,
McFeaters, Flowers, Pickerill. Row 3: Harrison, Pinelli, King, McIlwain, Bopp, Merberger.
Row 4: Bouch, Serball, Johnson, jerasa, and Ribblett.
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Rnu' 1: Benint, Grandinetti, Hamilton, Horbal, Bantley, McDaniel, Rummel, Ling, Kegg, Long. Row 2: Petrovich, Craig, Carney,
Wisor, Smith, Newcomb, Hody, johnson, Williams, Gyorke. Row 3: Parke, Speicher, Pickerill, Speicher, Wojcik, Slezak, Taylor,
Constable, Parrish, Ebron. Raw 41' Wingard, Reed, Oakley, and Blaschack.
Manager Dennis Reed hands out equipment under the watchful eye of Coach Petrore
in preparation for a practice session.
Head Coach Petrore
Assistant Coach Frieben
Under the direction of Coaches Petrore and Frieben, Ferndale Area's Junior High
Football Squad practiced diligently and represented the school in the district's gridiron
wars. On the skills learned during these practice sessions and games depends our
school's future successes in football.
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Row 1: Gyorke, McIlwain, Rodgers, Price, Pinelli, johnson, Stump, Carter, McFeaters. Row 2: Coach Weber, Reed, Farley, Kegg
Peel, Clites, Secary, Petree, McDaniel, Ieni. Row 3: Webber, Barnes, Lester, Pickerill, Shaffer, Dunbar, Taylor, Smith, Wingard
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Ferndale Area was well represented this season in
the Mountain Conference Junior High League. Under
the direction of Coach Webber, the team practiced
hard and long, learning and mastering those skills
which are necessary to achieve success on the hard-
wood. The team displayed a fine aggressive spirit and
a strong will to win. These traits combined with a
fine sense of sportsmanship leave an indication that
the future of basketball at Ferndale is a bright one.
We congratulate Coach Webber and his team for a
job well done.
Reed, Gyorke, Pinelli, and Ieni Gyorke, Reed, and Ieni
The Reflector Staff and the Senior Class wish to acknowledge the contributions of
our sponsors and patrons. We thank them and want them to know that they helped to
make this yearbook possible.
Anderson Qandj Wonders
Westmont Shopping Center
Alverda M. Reddeceiff
944 Nathaniel St.
Bridge Street Service Station
116 Bridge Street
Cambria Home Bakery, Inc.
555 Ferndale Ave.
Aikey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Allison, Mr. and Mrs. james
Altemus, Mrs. Florence
Arbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Balko, Mr. and Mrs. John
Balog, Mr. and Mrs. john
Barkhimer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Beale, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Beale, Mr. Gregory
Beisel, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Berg, Mr. and Mrs. john
Bezek, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Block, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Blough, Mr. Roger A.
Bock, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Bopp, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Boser, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Bosser, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bost, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Brant, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Branthooven, Mrs. P. K.
Bugay, Mr. and Mrs. Lee A., Ir.
Bullinger, Mr. and Mrs. Othmar
Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Byers, Mr. and Mrs. George
Byers, Mrs. R.
Calderwood, Mr. john B.
Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. james
Dale Auto Service
721 Von Lunen Rd.
Dutchs' Men and Boys Shop
Westmont Shopping Center
Ferndale Dairy Center
537 Ferndale Ave.
606 Ferndale Ave.
Ferndale Service Station
421 Ferndale Ave.
Frank's Pizza Shop
923 Bedford St.
Greater Ferndale Hardware
533 Ferndale Ave.
Carona, Mr. and Mrs.
Carstensen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Clark, Miss Linda
Clites, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Constable, Mr. and Mrs. J., Jr.
Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Coulter, Mrs. Allison
Cramer, Miss Ruth and Bess
Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Dale Flower Shop
Daum, Mrs. Ben
Davis, Misses Vickie and Mickie
Davison, Betty jane
Dick, Mr. W. J.
Dishong, Mr .and Mrs. Clark
Dunkle, Mr. and Mrs.
Eling, Mr. and Mrs. and Son
Emery, Mrs. Elbert
Enzbrenner, Mrs. Julius
Euen, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Fay, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Ferg, Mr Bruce
Forgas, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Ficco, Mr. Donald
Fingerhoot, Mr. and Mrs.
Finnigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Firm, Mrs. Raymond
Freiben, Mr. T..
Fuge, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Johnstown Suburban Gas Company
101 Ferndale Ave.
Aluminum Product Company
60 Ferndale Ave.
638 Coleman Ave.
Moxham Hardware, Inc.
Thermo-Fax Sales, Inc.
Westmont Shopping Center
Tri-County Motor Sales
725 Westinghouse Ave.
Garner, jay and Jim
Gawlas, Mrs, Ann
Gawlas, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Geisel, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Goehres, Mr. and Mrs.
Gossard, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Grimaldi, Mr. and Mrs.
Grumbling, Mr. and Mrs.
Grular, Mr. and Mrs.
Guzzi, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Haddle, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Hakanen, Mr. D.
Hastings, Mr. and Mrs.
Hartnett, Mr. and Mrs.
Heiser, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Heslop, Mr. and Mrs.
Hess, Chipper and Ann
Hindman, Mr. and Mrs.
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Hipp, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Hodge Mr. and Mrs. G.
Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Horne, Mrs. O. B.
Huber, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Huber, Mr. joe
Hyland, Mr. and Mrs.
Imler, Mr. Sam
Jaber, Mr. james
James, Mr. and Mrs. R.
jartin, Mr. and Mrs. G.
jenkins, Mrs. William
Jerasa, Mr. and Mrs.
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Six NJ i Oaks, Mr. and Mrs. R. Jr.
N Liliwlm, . Doroghy Ober, Mr. and Mrs. H.
irc i Mr. andfMrR3I9y! eksa, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Klifvm. '- 9- Orosz, Mrs. jen
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A , , JJ' Overdorff, Mr. Chester
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f1gh2m, Miss L.
fmon, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Nb, Leberknight, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Lescinsky, Mr. and Mrs. and Family
Livingston, Mrs. M.
Majercsik, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Marsh, Mr and Mrs. Paul
Matsko, Mr. and Mrs.
Mauk, Mr. Charles
Meier, Mrs. Pauli'
Melnik, Mr. and Mrs.
Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Mihalick, Dr. and Mrs. P.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Mlaker, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mock, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Moingal, Mrs. Mary
Moore, Mrs. C. S.
Moser, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Muha, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Muransky, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. A.
McCortney, Mr. and Mrs. R.
McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. L., Sr.
McGardner, Mr. and Mrs.
Pappas, Mr. and Mrs.
Paulakos, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Paulovich, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Pebley, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Pencola, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Petchar, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Petrick, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Petrone, Mr. and M.rs.
Petrore, Mr. and Mrs.
Pfeil, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Pillet, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Platt, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Pluchinsky, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Polak, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Polak, Mr. and Mrs.
Poliacek, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Popchak, Mr. and Mrs.
Price, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Pyrich, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Rager, Miss L.
Raub, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Rdhamsen, Mr. and Mrs.
Ream, Mr. William
Ream, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Rhoads, Virginia C.
Ribblett, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Riek, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Rigby, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Ringer, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ripple, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Rhoads, Virginia G.
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Robine, Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs.
Rokita, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Rorsbaugh, Mr. and Mrs.
Rummel, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Saintz, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Saly, Mr. and Mrs.
'Saylor, Mr.. and Mrs. R.
Sebes, Mrs. Mamie
Sharbaugh, Mr. and Mrs.
Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Smithson, Mr. and Mrs.
Simonton, Miss S.
Simonton, Mr. and Mrs. T
Speicher, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry and Rick Speicher
Stanko, Mrs. Margaret
Swarny, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Thomas, Mr. H. F. II
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Tomb, L. Z.
Tomovick, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Urban, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Urbanik, Mr. and Mrs.
Vanglarick, Mr. and Mrs.
Varshal, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Vennet, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Vickroy, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Voytas, Mr. and Mrs.
Walsit, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. R.
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Williamson, Mrs. D.
Wingard, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Wirick, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Yuhas, Miss S. L.
Zima, Mrs. Anna
Zimmer, Mrs. E.
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Zvolerin, Miss E.
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