Ferndale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)
- Class of 1976
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"•'-veprj 'iwnwpyyWe, the senior Reflector members, are proud to dedicate the 1976 yearbook to Mrs. Catherine Simonton. She has served Fern-dale High School for the past ten years in a very unique way. As she goes about her duties as a teacher aide, she brightens up the day for everyone with whom she comes in contact. Although her voice may be more distinct than most, her heart is bigger than most. Her pleasant and bubbling personality is loved and appreciated by both students and faculty.
4Mrs. Si monton has been married for the past thirty years to Mr. Thomas Simonton. She is a resident of Ferndale borough; and her three children — Sharon, Tom and Jim are Ferndalc Area High School graduates. In her spare time, she enjoys ceramics. Driving through Ferndale on a warm summer night, one might find Mrs. Simonton relaxing barefoot on her porch with her dog, Sam.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Simonton for making our memories of Ferndale High School very heartwarming and certainly more meaningful.
5SCHOLASTIC QUIZ TEAM:
B. Corlc, K. Rogers, K. Kantcr, K. Smith, and S. Keifer.These pages of the yearbook are to acknowledge the accomplishments of Ferndale students and faculty which are not part of the school’s regular curriculum. The Reflector Staff would like to commend these people for their fine efforts.
K King, L. Manda, B. Flick, S. Walsh, G. Gray, G. Herbert, C. Berg, Appalachian Conference All Stars
J. Melnik, Basketball Queen for War Memorial Tournament
C. Morihlatko, L. Iscnbcrg, Y. Adams, C. Dillon. D. Webb, Senior County BandCoach George Marsh, Undefeated Football Season
G. Rosenberger, Congressional Appointment to Air Force Academy
J.Holko, M. Dyniec, K. Warren, K. Stublarec, T. Roberts, J. Litvin, C. Webb, G. Rosenberger, D Myers, Students of the Month1213
14"Getting ready for the big game?”
"Like father like sons."
"Like this girls!”
"Do all your men wear English Leather?”
"Someday, when I’m big like John . .I hope you guys remember your first aid!
1 wonder what my wife will say.
18"We’re supposed to be in English class.”
Look, I did it. . .
the Booleans will play!”
. with a little help.”
"One little, two little . . . where’s the third little Indian?”
Hey, Hey. Hey, do it!’I wonder what Mr. Rigby’s next punishment will be.
"I can hardly wait ’til this class is over.'
Hurry up with my homework, Rick.
"The school’s gotta be around here somewhere.But Mrs. Anderson, I really don’t care!”
"Love at first sight.”
"That’s what a banana will do to you!”
"Do you accept Master Charge?”
21. Monday morning.. . . a ghost. • . a big mouth.
... the camera.
. . . a challenge.
. . . the music.
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Mr. Stanley Ambroe. Biology' and Physiology
Mr. George Ambroe, F.nglish
Mrs. Frances Anderson. Health and Physical Education
Mrs. Janice Bolha, Home Economics
Mr Robert Bocrstlcr. Social Studies
Mr Robert Baily, MathematicsMr Donald Ficco, English
Mr. Thomas Friebcn, Social Studies
Mr. Daniel Eash, Art
Mrs. Jean Grow, librarianMr. Frank Haines, English
Mr. Dale Keller, Industrial Arts
Mr. George Marsh, Health and Physical Education29
Mr. P. H. Minahan, Social Studies
Mr. Stanley Mish, Instrumental MusicMr. Samuel Nastasc. Guidance Counselor
Mr. Thomas Petrore, Business Education
Mrs. Ann Orletsky, Mathematics
Miss Anna Marie Napotnik, Business Education
Miss Leora Rager, English
Mr. Melvin Rummel, Science and PhysicsMr. Glenn Wagner, Social Studies
Mr. Wilbert Webber, Mechanical Drawing
Mr. James Woodhead, Chemistry 11 and Advanced Chemistry
Mr. Stephen Vcrotsky, Algebra 1 and Plane Geometry
Mr. William Williams, Music and Chorus
31Mr. Robert Bantky, Vice-President
Mr. Edward Dallape
Mr. William Lauf, President
Mrs. Doris Lichtcnfcls, Secretary
Mr. Barry Haddlc, Administrative Assistant
Mr. Richard L Rigby, Assistant High School Principal
Mr. Richard L Rogers Superintendent
33Mrs. Twila Punchak, Mrs. Mildred LaPorta, Mis. Francis Barnes, Absent: Mrs. Catherine Paula-kos. Cooks
Mrs. Anna Mac Booth, Teacher Aide
Mrs. Helen Heiscr, Secretary
Mrs. Ruth Gilmore and Mrs. Betty Blank, Secretaries
Mr. Elisha Bowser, Custodian
Mr. Robert Barefoot, CustodianUnderclassmen
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41Bruce Hahn Tom Hajnik
43Lori Minahan Craig Mlaker Sandy NemethEdna Piper
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Mol lie Fisher
Ron GramlingDenny Lohr
Debbie McCleesterJerry Partsch
Craig Stuver Melissa Subich
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Greg GuyMargaret Holbay
Dan LohrKim Maldet
Jamie WilsonYeah, I’m a senior, so what about it? So there’s only a short while left of school and then I’m out in the big world. Can’t wait until graduation night. . . it’s gonna be great. But as I look back on my high school years, it wasn’t all that bad. Come to think of it I’m really going to miss this place. It wasn’t all hard work — there were a lot of good times mixed in. This group of kids I’ve come to know in the past four years at Ferndale has grown pretty special to me. My class seems to be pretty lucky — we’ve been a pan of many accomplishments, like when the basketball team went to Harrisburg, winning the cheering contest, the baseball championship, and our undefeated football season this year — on our new field. I’ve seen many victories in all spons, but they’re not the only memories that are outstanding in my mind. One thing I’ll never forget is my unique sophomore English class. Boy, was that a blast! And there were the "Fifties Days,” and our junior prom. Stairway to Heaven, and all the spirit we had before the big Blairsville game. We didn’t all experience the same things, but I think we’ve shared enough of them together to make me feel like I’ll be leaving a part of me behind.6567
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wAnn P(t (t7577787983The purpose of the Reflector is to recall memories of the past school year. The members of the staff endeavor to achieve this purpose by working diligently for their goal. Members must be concerned and dedicated to their work, as this year’s staff tried to be. May the subscribers enjoy the result.
ACTIVITIES: D. Thompson, K. Warren, Editor; K. Smith.
M. Dyniec, Editor; K. Korn and J. Urbanik, Co-editors; Mrs. Grow, Adviser.
84PHOTOGRAPHERS: D. Bafia, F. Drzal, C. Dillon and M. Wilson.
85FILM MANAGER: C. Flick.
SPORTS STAFF: T. Slagle, D. Winters Editor. J. Herbert, C. Wojcik.
BUSINESS MANAGER: D. Rigby; TYPIST R. Ford.
86The library is an important key to the success of a school. Under the supervision of Mrs. Grow, the members of the Library Club help to keep the library functioning smoothly. Members learn the basics of library science and bring to the students a place for research and leisure reading.
K. Maldct, See.; M. Holbay, Pres.; Mrs. Grow, Adviser; C. Tcssari, Trcas.; D Rigby, V. Pres.
87There are two major publications in a school — the yearbook and the school newspaper. Ferndalc’s newspaper is the "Courier,” which is staffed by responsible students who are interested in journalism. The paper reports current school happenings — both serious and lighthearted. The "Courier,” this year, as always, contributed to a memorable school term.
1 Webb, iuiitor: Mr Mikul.i. Advi'cr
88D. Stombaugh and M. Wilson, SPORTS
D. Winters, B. Figula, D. McClcstcr. C. Wojcik, REPORTERS.
J. Wilson and W. Pietron, CO-EDITORS.SENIORS: M. Vann, C. Webb, G. Rosenberger, K. Warren, J. Weaver, D. Winters, J. Melnik, B. Figula,J. Litvin, K. Stublarcc.
JUNIORS: C. Wo cik, C. Berg, J. Day, K. Twardziak, P. Hahn, C. Popchak, M. Popchak, J. Herbert.
The student government at FAHS this year is one of the most active, important, and helpful organizations in the school. Much coordination and many hours have been spent preparing the many dances, assemblies and movies sponsored by student government. These student leaders contribute much, and the students certainly appreciate the many services they render.
The Dramatics Club is a very purposeful club at Ferndale. It provides enjoyment for the student body, as well as to the club members. The main function of the club is the production of plays and skits for the enrollment of Ferndale. Through this activity, the club provides a channel for the artistic growth of its members. This is done by attempting set design, enunciation , voice projection, characterization, and a variety of other things. By successfully completing its undertakings, the club provides for the cultural enrichment of our students.
J. Morihlatko. Pres.; W. Pictron, V. Pres.; P. Polippo, Scc.-Treas.; Mr. Bocrstler, Adviser.
Under the coaching of Mr. George Ambroe, the Forensic team has proved to be a worthwhile extra-curricular activity at Ferndale.
In developing their public speaking abilities for competition, Fern-dale’s team members contend in a variety of categories.
Ferndale competes in Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 High School Speech League and National Catholic Forensic League. They have compiled an excellent record, which in itself is a great accomplishment considering the small number of students at Ferndale.
DRAMATICS: S. Kiefer, W. Pietron, I. Tober.
PERSUASIVE: R. Kohut, C. Oaks, B. Figula.
Stublarcc, Karen Stublarcc. D. Winters.96
POETRY: D. Witkosky, I. Tcctcr, C Pbpchak, C. Mcsaros. D. Rigby.K. Kantncr, Scc.-Trcas.; D. AJt. V. Pres.; Mr. Eash, Adviser; W. Pictron, Pres.
In the Art Club, members strive to express themselves in various mediums. Among the artistic expressions of this club were the window at Glosser’s for Halloween and the high school’s lobby windows for the Christmas holidays. Art Club, under the supervision of Mr. Eash, is open to tenth through twelfth grade students.
97Although they are given little credit for their work behind the scenes, the stage crew at Ferndalc High Sch x l does a great deal toward the preparation for assemblies. With Mr. Wagner as adviser the stage crew is constantly available for stage work, sets, and lighting. The video tape crew, using the equipment to the best of their ability.is also a beneficial addition to Ferndalc.
SENIOR VIDEO TAPE CREW: T Rigby and B. Corlc.
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Under the supervision of Mr. Minahan, the audio visual department provides Ferndale High with a vast number of efficient services. Through their hard work and diligence, the students in the audio visual crew supply equipment for movies and films.
ADVISER: Mr Minahan
To be classified as an accomplished chess player, one must be intelligent. In order to win such praise, he must start somewhere. Ferndale’s chess club was designed to give students a foundation upon which to build. To master the game of chess, one must be mentally alert, able to withstand pressure and well-experienced in theory. This year students at Ferndale have resourcefully used the facility of the chess club.The varsity dub at Femdale is made up of students who excel in the area of sports. These letter-winners demonstrate their excellence on the court, track, and f ield. Varsity club gives the student a chance to be recognized and honored for his or her ability; thus all Ferndalc athletes strive for membership in this
club.104The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Williams, helps to create festive moods for various occasions at Ferndale. Choosing a wide selection for their audience, the chorus put on a Thanksgiving presentation and the annual spring concert. These programs, presented for our listening pleasure, are always well received.
PIANIST: C. Flick.Fcrndale’s band comprised of dedicated musicians who continue to provide entertainment at Ferndalc High School. Their music was a welcome addition at our football games this season. Under the direction of Mr. Stanley Mish, and with practices during eighth period, our band has been able to provide this service and also represent Ferndalc in a variety of parades.
SENIORS: C Clark, K. Johnson, J. Morihlatko, T. Slagle, R. Huet, C. Moiihlacko, L. I sen berg.
106107FLAGS: S. Bcltz, D. Witkosky, K. Cjanovich, D. Robson.
K. Christofcs, Sergeant; D. Witkosky, Corporal.
GUNS: D. Mirilovich, C. Tessari, J. Cowan, D. Rigby.
Determination, dedication, and drilling arc three basic requirements to become a member of the color guard. Fcrndale is proud to have such girls who endeavor to uphold the name of Fcrndale High School.
108Majorettes have the enviable task of arousing school spirit. They do this by combining quick, decisive motions with twirling batons in a routine set to music. Coordination is a must with the majorettes. In addition to coordination, a majorette is evaluated by how well she projects pep and vitality. Ferndale’s majorettes exemplify these characteristics whether or not they are performing.
J. Wilson, Head; Mr. Mish, Adviser; J. Corlc. Co-Head.
H. Skamla, D. Micik, L Lowes, J. Corle, D. Christofcs, B. Ranger, J. Wilson, C. Fopchak.
109noR. Cart hew. Drum Majorette.The oncoming of spring, teamed with the annual band concert, are welcome attractions each year at Femdale. The concert band has yet to disappoint its supporters; it always meets or surpasses the expectations of the public. If a Femdale student wants to further his musical talents, the concert band will unquestionably fulfill his desires.
112Spirit is something on which a high school thrives, and the pep band helps to see that enough of it is incorporated. The stage band contributes to Ferndale by staying abreast of the current popular songs, and performing them excellently at concerts and other band functions.
113114Each year at Ferndalc, a very special group of students is given the honor of being selected into the National Honor Society. These students are chosen for their scholastic ability, leadership qualities, service to the school, and character. The National Honor Society is a club which helps create the incentive of students to work and uphold the qualities needed to be eligible for membership. It is one of the biggest honors that can be bestowed upon a student, and one that should be sought by all Ferndale students.
B. P'igula, Trcas.; K. Scublarce. Pres.. M Dyniec. V. Pres.; D. Winters. See Absent Adviser. Mr C'» Ambroe
115Flexibility, poise and grace — just a few of the qualities which a good gymnast must possess. Gymnastics is a must in school curriculum, because it not only helps to strengthen the body, but also the mind. Through concerned coaching, our students are given the opportunity to develop skills in all areas of gymnastics. For this reason, Ferndale students have always excelled in gymnastics, as evidenced by their gym shows of past years.
116118Drivin’ for a victory! This was the golf team’s objective for the season as they all had effort and determination for each match. Mr. Rigby and Mr. Marley encouraged the team throughout the season when their hopes were down. But, the team teed-off the season with a 6-7-0 record which was quite acceptable considering the competition.
SENIOR: M. Vann.
120 Coach MarleySENIOR: R. Stem.
SENIOR: G. Rosenberger.
SENIOR: D. Marcinko.
Row 1: P. Hahn, P. Bock, D. Skubak. Row 2: R. Stem, M. Vann, E. Droz. Row 3: G. Rosenberger, D. Marcinko, Coach Rigby.
121VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: First Row: L. Manda, J. Litvin, S. Walsh, S. Matsko, G. Burkett, J. Hale, T. Roberts. Second Row: J. Day, C. Berg, B. Flick, G. Gray, C. Webb, G. Herbert, K. King, J. Weaver. Third Row: M. Popchak, R. Hamer, S. Weaver, J. Dyniec, J. Maschak, R. Humphreys, R. Macke! 1, R. King, S. Gentile. Fourth Row: G. Ascher, J. Bafia, D. Lohr, S. Kaplitz, B. Stem, A. Bumheimer, J. Mangus, A. Litvin. Fifth Row: G ach Petrore, Coach Joswick, Coach Marsh, Managers: J. Holko, M. Johnson, G. Partsch, R. James, D. Myers.
Football players, coaches, and fans will never forget the spectacular season of 1975. Skill and agility were major characteristics that resulted in a regular season record of 9-0. In addition, the team can boast of the title Appalachian Football Conference East Champions which they received when they defeated Penns Manor. As the team came onto the field, their hearts were filled with the hope of becoming the next Western Division, PIAA champs. The odds seemed to be against them, however, and the night ended in defeat. In the minds of all those associated with football at F.A.H.S., the squad of 75 will always be remembered with pride and honor.
123T. Roberts, End.
SENIORS: B. Flick, Halfback; G. Gray, Quarterback; C. Webb, Fullback.
SENIORS: K. King, Fullback; J. Weaver, Quarterback; G. Herbert, Halfback. 125JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD: First Row: Coach Haines, T. Levcntry, B. Mock, G. Swick, M. Wills. B. Gchlman, M. Lokcsak, E. Slavick, B. Hale, T. Miller, S. Romano, Coach Rodgers. Second Row: D. Finnegan, R. Miller, D. Miller, D. Bolha, T. Stockdalc, G. Blue, J. Blue. D. Sheehan, G. Chemrcys, M. Jerasa, Manager P. Swick, B. Robine.A new look! That’s what the varsity cheerleaders brought back from Nation Wide Camp. Spirit, pride, winning smiles and student involvement were the main objectives of the squad this year. Spending many hours working on their cheers and pep rallies proved to be a great asset, becasuc it whipped up the enthusiasm of the student body. This year at Altoona, the cheerleaders took second place, while at the annual Johnstown contest, they captured fourth place honors. The varsity cheerleaders accomplished all of their objectives, if not more.
This year the Jayvee and Jr. High cheerleaders had their work cut out for them. Each squad had a few new' faces and proved to be just great! Many thanks to both squads for their spirit.
ADVISERS: Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Hencry.
Captain K. Warren and Co-captain J. Melnik.
128VARSITY SQUAD: Center: J. Melnik, K. Warren. Left to Right: C. Blue, C. Fopchak, S. Mountain, B. Figuia, G. Kohut, D. Winters, K. Twardziak, W. Covalt, J. Herbert.
129JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: M. Manda, D. Guy, B. Davis, J. Rice, K. Johnson, C. Wojcik, B. Lester, C. Flick, V. Day, P. Korn.
130132133Clockwise: M. DeLuca, K. Stublarcc, S. Matsko, K. Rorabaugh, S. Skubak, L Ziemba, V. Ohs.J. Morihlatko, Y. Hahn, G. Rick, S. Parkinson, J. Marcinko. Absent: D. Ziemba.
SENIORS: K. Stublarcc and M. DeLuca.QcA
2, 4, 6, 8 . . . the points never stopped. Our girls’ basketball team, with their skillful plans and strategy, never let the fans down with extreme excitement and morale during the games they played. Coach Horvath and new assistant. Coach Miterko with five returning letter-men, were ready for another fantastic year. The girls had a terrific season with 8 wins and 4 losses. They received second place in the Ferndale Lions Club Tournament in November. The players should be commended for their enthusiastic efforts and great achievements.
MANAGERS: K. Johnson and D. Dale.
135JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD: Row l C. Parkinson, Coach Zelnak, K. Bozich, J. Buxbuam. Row 2: N. Hanik, T. Bcvcc, T. Corlc, S. Roberts, L Kohut, L Kohut, M. Hildebrand. Row 3: D. Kush, T. Clites, D. Bevee, P. Alt, F. Rager, B. Gelhman, B. Clark. Row 4: G. Baglcy, P. Rigby, S. Krupa. J. Krupa, C. Twardziak, D. Huber.ffiasMxM
Team work was the key to success for this year’s basketball teams. The boys enthusiasm and attitudes could not have been better. Under the coaching of Mr. Wtxxlhead anti Mr. Wagner, the varsity team was once again the Appalachian Conference Hast Champions and tops in the West Central Ijcaguc. Congratulations to the ’75-’76 team.
Under the coaching of Mr. Wagner, the J.V. team had a successful season, also. Their effort and spirit was great.
For their fine work, the Jr. High team deserves to lx- commended.
SENIORS: G. Herbert, R. Humphreys, and R. StemVARSITY SQUAD: Coaches Woodhead and Wagner. G. Herbert, M. Sheehan, S. Weaver. P. Litvin. B. Nagel. R. Humphreys. B. Russell, T. Roberts. L Manda. T. Rigby, R. Stem
SENIOR B. Flick140141JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD First Row: B I ale, J limbing. S. Gentile. M Popchak, S. Kaplitz. Manager, S. Peel. Second Row: Coach Woodhead. R. Hamer. D Skubak. B. Russell. S. Matsko. B. Stem. J. Day, Head Coach Wagner
142JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD: First Row: ( Mlaker, D. Finnegan. D. Mincmcyer. P. Marcinko. D. Porter. M Upton, Cl Chcmcrys. ( » Blue. B Burkhard, Gath Haines. Second Row: B Swick. D. Sheehan. W Rosenberger, T Dyniec. T Hajnik. B. Hahn. W (ichlman. T Miller. R Reap. (i Swiik
143VARSITY SQUAD: Row 1: J. Bafia, R. Huct, R. Miller, E. Tomak, J. Rhodes. Row 2: A. Bumhcimcr, G. Bush, G Berg, J. Weaver, S. Walsh, C Cassidy. Row 3: R. Mackcll, K. King, M. Vann, T. Slagle, Coach Rummcl.Suspense and breath taking moments — that’s what our 1976 wrestling team provided for F.A.H.S. fans.
Under head Coach Rummcl and assistant Speicher each team member of varsity and junior varsity gave his greatest efforts and enthusiasm to try to win for his team. The team provided encouragement and support by cheering each individual throughout his match. This is known as "Team Spirit,” a key to success . . .WOW! Our team did have it! With their determination and minds set on V-I-C-T-O-R-Y against their tough opponents, they pinned up a winning record. The wrestling squads gave their very best to F.A.H.S. and established a memorable season.
JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: Row 1: G. Guy, M. Jcrasa, M. Van Fosscn, J. Rigby. Row 2: Coach Rogers, M. Lokcsak, L. Mackcl, M. Wilson, R. King, E. Cosgrove, Coach Spiecher.150152 Ferndalc Ferndale Ferndalc
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Ferndale 14 Laurel Valley 0
Ferndale 8 United 0
—Un dalc 8 Saltsburg 8
Ferndale 8 Blacklick Valley 0
Ferndalc 1 Purchase Line (forfeit) 0
Ferndale 1 Shade (forfeit) 0
Ferndale 40 Opponents 8
Ferndalc 6 Purchase Line 6
Ferndale 0 Chestnut Ridge 22
Ferndalc 0 Blacklick Valley 14
Ferndale 14 Shade 0
Ferndale 12 Berlin 0
Ferndale 0 United 12
Ferndale 32 Opponents 54
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Ferndale Laurel Valley
Ferndale Central Cambria
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14 Vi Ferndale
4 Vi Bishop Carroll
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14 Vi Everett
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Ferndale 39 Marion Center 18
Ferndale 39 Glendale A 21
Ferndale 32 Elderton k i 31
Ferndale 18 Richland §L 34
Ferndale I Saltsburg I 2
Ferndale 18 Westmont 43
Ferndale 29 Claysburg 18
Ferndale 24 Meyersdale 39
Ferndale 24 Portage 32
Ferndale 27 Forest Hills 23
Ferndale 53 Con. Valley 6
Ferndale 20 United 37
Ferndale 8 Blairsville 48
Ferndale 22 Bishop Carrol 33
Ferndale 11 Marion Center 16
Ferndale 12 Elderton 9
Ferndale 15 Richland 34
Ferndale 15 Saltsburg 21
Ferndale 14 Westmont 50
Ferndale 13 Claysburg 12
Ferndale 29 Meyersdale 5
Ferndale 6 Portage 6
Ferndale 18 Forest Hills 45
Ferndale 3 Con. Valley 21
Ferndale 6 United 12
Ferndale 16 Blairsville 9BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Ferndale 55 Central Cambria
Ferndale 34 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale 38 Vo-Tech
Ferndale 26 Westmont
Ferndale 41 Blackilick Valley
Ferndale 42 Cambria Heights
Ferndale 55 Centra! Cambria
Ferndale 39 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale 38 Vo-Tech
Ferndale 43 Westmont
Ferndale 38 Blacklick Valley
Ferndale 61 Cambria Heights
Finished 2nd in Central Western League'
Lon’s Club Invitational Tournament
Ferndale 41 Ligonier Valley
Ferndale 31 North Star J|
Ferndale 45 Central Cambria
Ferndale 24 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale L 11 Westmont
Ferndale 27 Blac k lick Valley
Ferndale 23 Cambria Heights
Ferndale 35 Central Cambria
Ferndale 20 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale 15 Westmont
Ferndale 27 Blacklick Valley
Ferndale 40 Cambria Heights
Finished in 1st place in Central Western Lea
Ferndale 38 Garfield
Ferndale 10 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale Conemaugh Valle
Ferndale 17 Indiana
Ferndale Laurel Valley
Ferndale Bishop McCort
Ferndale 15 Bishop Carroll
Ferndale 20 Westmont
23 28 16 12 18 18 31
Laurel Valley 1 Bishop McCort
Ferndale 68 United 58
Ferndale 91 Conemaugh Twp. 77
Ferndaie 65 Glendale 41
Ferndale 68 United 58
Ferndale 70 N. Cambria 74
Ferndale 63 Westmont 44
Ferndale 61 Bishop McCort 77
Ferndale 49 Laurel Valley 47
Ferndale 88 Shade 59
Ferndale 40 Conemaugh Valley 66
Ferndale 67 Portage 61
Ferndale 62 Blacklick 48
Ferndale 54 Forest Hills 55
Ferndale 52 N. Cambria 42
Ferndale 73 Bishop McCon 68
Ferndale 63 Conemaugh Valley 55
Ferndale 55 Forest Hills 53
Ferndale 67 Portage 45
Ferndale 48 Laurel Valley 47
Ferndale 77 Blacklick 65
Ferndale 73 Rothrock 43
Ferndale 65 Blairsville 62
Ferndale 45 United 35
Ferndale 42 Conemaugh Twp. 47
Ferndale , 37 United 42
Ferndale 50 N. Cambria 32
Ferndale 33 Westmont 36
Ferndale 39 Bishop McCort 56
Ferndale 38 Laurel Valley 46
Ferndale 57 Shade 28
Ferndale 48 Conemaugh Valley 39
Ferndalp 41 Portage 36
Ferndale 42 Blacklick 24
Ferndale 35 Forest Hills 54
Ferndale 52 N. Cambria 37
Ferndale 55 Bishop McCort 59
Ferndale 43 Conemaugh Valley 47
Ferndale 48 Forest Hills 32
Ferndale 56 Portage 24
Ferndale 31 Laurel Valley 26
Ferndale 40 Blacklick 33
Ferndale 40 Liurel Valley 19
Ferndale 71 North Star 24
Ferndale 46 Shade 23
Ferndale 34 Forest Hills 72
Ferndale 43 Westmont 45
Ferndale 28 Conemaugh Twp. 58
Ferndale 29 Richland 34
Ferndale 42 Conemaugh Valley 45
Ferndale 56 Shade 23
Ferndale 52 Westmont 38
Ferndale 43 Conemaugh Twp. 45
Ferndale 39 Richland 57
Ferndale 48 Conemaugh Valley 40
Ferndale 41 Forest Hills 49
Ferndale 58 Laurel Valley 43
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A Friend Cosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. Rayman ♦Hartnett, Mr. and Mrs.
A Friend Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ♦Heider, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
A Friend Crouse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ♦Heidorn, George C.
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Alt, Mrs. Geraldine Deluca, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hiner, Harry H.
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Clark, Mrs. Orbie Sr. Hahn, Stephanie Kutchma, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
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Lusko, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jr.
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Maschue, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Mcsaros, Mr. and Mrs.
Mcsteller, Mr. and Mrs. John Micheal, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
♦Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Miljanovich, Louis Miske, Mr. and Mrs. George Sr.
Miske, Mrs. Stephen ♦Moore, Edith Moot, Mrs. Marcella Motter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Jr.
♦Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. Gowen Jr.
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Popchak, Mrs. John
Popchak, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sr.
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Si monton, Jim
Si monton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Simonton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Skubak, Mr. and Mrs. John Sr. ♦Slagle, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wayne ♦Small, Mr. and Mrs. J. Forest Smay, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard ♦Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Speicher, Mrs. Betty J.
Spencer, Mr. Edward Stammely, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stem, Mark
Strayer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Stuffier, Mr. and Mrs. George
Stump, Mrs. Eva
Stuvcr, Mr. and Mrs. Don W.
Tedrow, Mr. and Mrs.
♦Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Thomas, Mrs. C. W.
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♦Virus, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wachtcr, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ♦Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Walter, Mr. and Mrs. John Warfcl, Mrs. C. E.
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Zwick, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
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