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RM X 1 '15, 6-:Nfg w XV.: an .M as HQ fu v 4 'VV 4' T H 1 9 Mr. and Miss Senior of 1956: Eugene Miller and Beverly Berkey PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS FORBES HIGH SCHOOL Hooversville, Quemahoning Township Stoystown, Pennsylvania 5 0 :n1Psrrm.. n.., tb We, the class ot 1956, are proud to dedicate this yearbook to Miss Elliott, who has helped to guide us through our last and vital years ot school. We hope this dedication will, in part, show our appreciation for the understanding and the time she has given to us. e wish her boundless happiness in the years to come. t W7 5 .4-'xxx STANDING: B. Fulton, A. Mostoller, R. Donahue, Y. Donahue, M. Bassett, L. Gindlesperqer SEATED: C. Miller, Mr. Rodger, K. Shaffer, B. Paul, B. Berkey, I. Henry, D. Wentz I-KTIU AI. HU UH SUIIIETY The National Honor Society is a select group of students who fulfill the qualifications of having outstanding records in scholastic achievements and citizenship. The purpose of the society is to interest others in becoming better students and citizens. Though the society is only in its second year. it has twenty members with four as charter members. The four charter mem- bers are: Myrna Bassett, Carole Miller, Karen Shaffer, Beverly Ann Berkey. Other members are Iudy Henry, Barry Fulton, Barbara Paul, Lois Gindles- perger, Donna Wentz, Yvonne Donahue, Adam Mostoller, Ronald Donahue. Mary Ann Mueller, Shirley Oaks, Ioan Ianidlo, Nancy Carbone, Ioan McClem- ens, Connie Gohn, Linda Metzgar, and Mary Hause. President ................. .. ............. BARRY FULTON Vice President .. . CAROLE ANN MILLER Secretary .....,.,,. .. ............ IOAN IANIDLO Treasurer ....,. .... M ARY ANN MUELLER I-KDMINISTHATIIIN PIJHBES JUI T SIIHUIJL BU!-Hill OFFICERS IACK SHAFFER ....... ........ P resident RICHARD STETLER ......... ....... V ice President FORREST LOHR ....... ........ S ecretary MILTON SPANGLER ...... ........ T recrsurer STANDING: C. Miller, R. Meyers, R. Dinning, H. Wentz, R. Gindlesperger, S. Zimmerman, A. Ober, R. Stetler, O. Custer SEATED: C. Long, F. Lohr, M. Spcmgler, I. Shaffer, D. Lehman, M. Schiffhcxuer, E. Custer Four GREETINGS CLASS OF 1956 It is a pleasure to have this oppor- tunity of extending a greeting to each one of the l956 graduates. You have earned your diploma and you deserve congratulations and best wishes. For each of you I wish success and happiness. May you find employment in keeping with your interests and abilities. May you prosper in keeping with your needs. I covet for each of you the satisfaction of a life well spent, of work well done and of service to others. Success requires work. Happiness comes through achievement, good health, faith in God, family and friends. You will see many changes during your life. There will be new inventions and discoveries. You will need to adjust your way of life to meet new conditions. However, you will recognize that the Ten Commandments and the principles ex- pressed in the Sermon on the Mount do not change. Do not think that the world owes you a living, but rather through study and work make your own way. Do more than is expected of you. Work at being a good citizen, ever mindful of others. Be a good neighbor recognizing all men as brothers. Life is a rich experience. Learn to meet both success and failure with courage and humility. DAVID LICHLITER Supervising Principal IOHN P. RODGER DOROTHY WIRBICK NELLIE SANK IANET FETZER ABS! 'gl' N lr' ,,..f--- J X, FIJHBES FRANCES TRENT English, Librarian Hood College 4 ,L L A- J In 1 IOSEPHINE S. ELLIOTT Shorthand, Typing Bookkeeping, Business Math University of Pittsburgh lOHN P, RODGER Algebra, Latin Plane Geometry Bethany, Duke University t It f , 0 f ll xl 'X ' 'IJ LYN' . BITTNER Shortha , I. B. T. Typing, Ottice Practice Indiana State Teachers College CHESTER PFEFFER Driver Education, History Head Coach Lock Haven State Teachers College ALICE WITT Home Economics Indiana State Teachers , College ,, l 4 1 ' fi ' Lf A i , I ufyva, ' ' A KENNETH ADAMS BiolOQY, Physics Chemistry Shippensburg State Teachers College MARY CAGLEY Vocal Music Elementary Music Indiana State Teachers College Qlfxmxiu Lou-ummm HARLES LAWSON Problems ot Democracy History, Guidance Counsellor University of Pittsburgh FACULTY ELLIS WERNER English, Math University of Pittsburgh California State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University IOHN A. WINTERS Industrial Arts California State Teachers College University ot Pittsburgh Pennsylvania University CHARLES G, CLARK Geography, Math Bethany College University ot Pittsburgh THOMAS ZIMMERMAN Math, Science Lebanon Valley College University of Denver University ot P'ttsburgh Vg L0 dC1Z STANLEY STATNICK Girls' Physical Education Girls' Health Slippery Rock State Teachers College DONALD DRENNER History, Civics University of Susquehanna University ot Pittsburgh GEORGE SVITCHAN Boys' Physical Education Boys' Health University ol Kentucky IACK DICKEY History, Science Iuniata College NINA I-IORNE Art Edinboro State Teachers College NELLIE SANK Geography Indiana State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh ESTELLA LEAF English Indiana State Teachers College STANLEY MISH Band Director Elementary Music Indiana State Teachers College V"W90i'l as ' I U - 1 yi I I ' , 1 E Ne President ...,., Vice President Secretary ,...... Treasurer .eA.,.. Advisors . e..,.A BEVERLY BERKEY BARRY FULTON MYRNA BASSETT IOHN TOKAR FRANCES TRENT IOSEPHINE ELLIOTT Eight SENIIJH CLASS UFPIIIEHS Class Motto ,ee,e,.. BE SURE YOU'RE RIGHT- Class Colors Class Flower 7, Baccalaureate ..t,A,, Commencement Class Trip r,,,,, THEN GO AHEAD BLACK AND WHITE 1, .,,rr,t,....rr,t, PINK ROSE MAY 13, 1956 MAY 14, 1956 MAY 17-19, 1956 MYRNA PEARL BASSETT Myrna . . . 5'6" . .. Brown eyes . . . Blonde hair. . . Ambition: Teacher. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Iournalism Club, Dancing Club, Honor Society, Aerial Stait, "Demon in the Dark." o DONNA MAE BERKEBILE Tiny . . . 5'4" . . .Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Airline Host- ess. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Band, Student Council, Aerial Staff, Iournalism Club. 1 lj M7174 if RONALD SIPE BOWERS Bowers . . . 5'9" . . . Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Coach. Activities: Football, Band, Baseball, Mixed Chorus, Athletic Club, "Demon in the Dark." ROBERT IOSEPH BUTLER Bob . . . 5'7" . . . Blonde hair . . . Hazel eyes . .. Ambition: Mechanic. Activities: Outdoor Club, "Accidental Hero." Nine DONNA IEAN BERKEBILE D. I .... 5'2" . . . Blue eyes . . . Brown hair. . . . Ambition: Dress De- signer. Activities: Band, Mixed and Girls' Chorus, En- semble, Art Club. .49 5' I I 1 X' IIIVV' .jyjffjf 77 1 BEVERLY ANN BERKEY Bev.. . 5'2" ...Brown eyes...Redhair... Ambition: Teacher Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Band, Swing Band, All-County Band, Iournalism Club, Aerial Staff, Radio Club, For- bian Stati, Honor Society, Future Homemakers of America, Fall Festival Queen, "Demon in the Dark," "Acciden al Hero " f 43 'ff M fl Ql5'W.W CONNIE IANE BRUENING Con. . . 5'5'l2" . . . Ha- zel eyes . . . Dark brown hair . . . Ambition: Secretary. Activities: Dancing Club, Mixed and Girls' Chorus. 'W Welcome WILLIAM CHARLES CHASAR Hills . . . 6' . . . Brown eyes . . . Black hair . . . Ambition: Mechanic. Activities: Baseball, Ath- letic Club, "Accidental Hero." RONALD RAY CROYLE Beanie ... 5' 10" ... Brown eyes Brown hair . .. Ambition: Un- decided. Activities: Football, Foot- ball Club, Dancing Club. IUDITH ANN FISH Fisko. . . 5' 5" eyes . . . Black hair . . . Ambition: Airline host- ess. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Iournalism Club, Dancing Club. ROBERT BARRY FULTON Barry . . . 6' . . . Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Electrical en- gineer. Activities: Aerial Staff, Mixed and Boys' Chorus, Outdoor Club, Honor So- ciety, Radio Club, For- bian Staff, "Demon in the Dark," "Accidental Hero." ROGER STEPHEN GERNEY Roger... 5' 6" . . . Brown eyes . . . Black hair . . . Ambition: Fur farming. ,S Z 'O gf...-K 4 1-im I "'--no jg: ' 1-5,4 ii """" ,q,. Zii ' 3 x N war' """T"' 'UN N L'TL4,,Qx'uJL YVONNE MARIE DONAHUE Yvonne ... 5'3" . . . Green eyes Brown hair Ambition: Se- cretary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Iournalism Club. I ,fo . V4 ' X ' I f , L- . , 4- , r ' V 7 10" J: wf A J, ., PEGGY ANN FLORY Peg. . .5'l" . . .Brown hair . . . Blue eyes . . . Ambition: Art work Activities: Band, Girls' and Mixed Chorus, Art Club, Dancing Club, "Accidental Hero." X if A l fix ka 1 ' y ,L J L ANDREW THOMAS GAVLAK Babe. . . 5'9" . . . Brown eyes Dark brown hair Ambition: Un- decided. Activities: Outdoor Club, Dancing Club, Athletic Club, Baseball, Foot- ball. LOIS NAOMIE GINDLESPERGER Lois , . . 5'l" . . .Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Secretary Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Iournalism Club, Ensemble, Honor Society. i 522,11 Llxgff ,X 14,4 C ' 4 Nf Zffbcgk'-lu gif X .ff '- c Q E P 'L ROBERT RICHARD GORSUCH Bob...5'...Gray eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Auto me- chanic. Activities: Student Coun- cil, Mixed Chorus, Out- door Club, Forbian Staff, "Accidental Hero." WILLIAM HAHN Abe. . . 5'l0Vz" . .. Dark brown hair . . . Blue eyes . . . Ambition: Undecided. Activities: Outdoor Club. IOAN IANICE IANIDLO Ioan.. .5'5" .. .Blue eyes . . . Blonde hair . . . Ambition: Teacher Activities: Mixed and Girls' Chorus, Ensemble, Aerial Stati, Student Council, Iournalism Club, "Accidental Hero.", MARIE BLANCHE KORZINSKI Squirt . . . 5'5" . . . Blonde hair . . . Brown eyes . . . Ambition: Air- line hostess. ' Activities: Dancing Club, Girls' and Mixed Chorus. if 'thi i nj STAN. Y 1 HN' GREBECK Hap. . .5'8". . .Brown hair . . . Hazel eyes . . . Ambition: Teacher Activities: Band, Swing Band, Mixed and Boys' Chorus, Baseball, Foot- ball, Basketball, Outdoor Club, Forbian Staff, "Demon in the Dark," "Accidental Hero." ' "item IUDITH ANNE HENRY Iudy . . . 5'4" ...Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Nurse Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Future Home- makers of America, Ra- dio Club. Iournalism Club, Forbian Staii, Aerial Staff, Dancing Club, Honor Society, "Accidental Hero." IAMES WILLIAM KOONTZ Iim. . .5'l1" ...Blue eyes . , . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Veterinarian. Activities: Dancing Club, Athletic Club. My GALEN WAYNE LAUGHLIN Twigg . . . 5'9'lz" . . . Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: F. B. I. worker. Activities: Band, Outdoor Club, Boys' and Mixed Chorus, Forbian Statf, Quartet, "Demon in the Dark," K LEW AZEH55 , ALLEN WAYNE LEASE Coonie . . . 6'1" . .. Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: F. B. I. Activities: Aerial Staff, Forbian Staff, Iournalism Club, Thespian Club. Weld: EUGENE PARK MILLER Uncle Miltie . . . 5'9Vz" ...Brownhair... Brown eyes . . . Ambi- tion: Craftsman. Activities: Football, Base- ball, Art Club, Forbian Staif. 'fn ,pill Ll ,' I-1 ,L rl . 5 f MARY LOU MOSTOLLER Chub . . . 5' 2" . . . Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: loin the Arm- ed Services. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Future Home- makers of America, Ra- dio Club. Iournalism Club, Dancing Club, "Demon in the Dark," "Accidental Hero." SHIRLEY ANN OAKS Shirley. . . 5' 6" . . . Blue eyes . . . Blonde hair . . . Ambition: F. B. I. worker. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus. Iournalism Club, Dancing Club, Pep Club, Future Homemak- ers of America. 17 ,. 1, U f?',,,Z1 L 5-sd: Twelve CAROLE ANN MILLER Chick.. . 4' 11" . . . Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Teacher. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Band, Iour- alism Club, Swing nd, All-County Band, e pian Club, Aerial f, Radio Club, For- Honor Society, Forbian Staff, "De- rnons in the Dark," "Ac- cidental Hero." KENNETH DAVID MORT Kenny.. .5'8" .. . Brown eyes . . . Black hair . . . Ambition: Ma- rme. Activities: Athletic Club, Football. Wieck MARY ANN MUELLER Mugs. . . 5' . . .Brown hair . . . Hazel eyes. . . . Ambition: Nur e. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Forhettes, Cheerleader, Student Council, Dancing Club, Iournalism Club, Radio Club, Aerial Staff, "Ac- cidental Hero." BARBARA IEAN OSTER Barbara.. . 5'4" . .. Green eyes . . . Blonde hair . . . Ambition: Secre- tary. Activities: Dancing Club. WM BARBARA IOAN PAUL Barb.. . 5'6Vz" . . . Blonde hair . . . Hazel eyes. . . Ambition: Teacher. Activities: Band, Swing Band, Girls' and Mixed Chorus, Forbettes, Art Club, Dramatic Club, Aerial Staff, Forbian Staff, Honor Society, Ra- dio Club, Journalism fl ' 'XLA1 LL- A44 if ,WZ- GLORIA KATHRYN PYSNIK Gug. . . 5'2" . . . Hazel eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Secretary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Future Home- makers ot America, Dancing Club. YQ " cixnmz mm: aoasms Ianie . . . 5'8'lz" . ,. Blue eyes . . . Blonde hair . . , Ambition: Secre- tary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Future Home- makers of America, Dancing Club "Accident- al Hero." ,Lwfif fi! . 'K' ,ra Wllwaliy KAREN ELAINE SHAFFER Shat . . . 5'2" . . .Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Teacher. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Forbettes, Iournalism Club, Aerial Statt, Forbian Staff, Dancing Club, Radio Club, Cheerleader, Hon- or Society. "Demon in the Dark," "Accidental Hero." gr j Luffy ll .lt K, g. ,, . XJ L" Thirteen its THELMA ANN PLOVISH Thelrn.. . 5'7" ...Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Secretary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Dancing Club, Future Homemakers of America. M- THOMAS HARRY RICE Griz . . . 5'lD1lz" , . . Blonde hair . . . Blue eyes . . . Ambition: Car- toonist. Activities: Football, Art Club, Boys' and Mixed Chorus, Quartet, Base- ball, Aerial Staff, "Acci- dental Hero." wt .smleix IOSEPH KENDALL ROOSE Kenny.. .5'l0". .. Brown eyes . . . Light brown hair . . . Ambi- tion: Mechanic. Activities: Student Coun- cil, Boys' and Mixed Chorus, Dancing Club, Outdoor Club, "Demon in the Dark," "Acci- dental Hero." f X ,, ,1 LW X B M '-UUL 'K-L X RONALD HORNER SHAFFER Butch . . . 5'6Vz" . . . Hazel eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Me- chanical Engineer. Activities: Basketball, Q ,g,,- GLORIA LEE SPANGLER Gloria . . . 5'2" . . . Brown hair . . . Hazel eyes . . . Ambition: loin Waves. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Cheerleader, Future Homemakers of America, Dancing Club. v lf SALLY ANN WALKER Sal . . . 5'6" . . .Blue eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Secretary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Future Home- makers of America, Dancing Club. FRANK IOSEPH WALTOS Pinky. . . 5'9" . . . Brown hair . . . Blue eyes . . . Ambition: Ma- chinist. Activities: Football, Foot- ball Club. NANCY IOYCE WIRBICK De . . . 5'5" . . . Green eyes . . . Blonde hair . . . Ambition: Teacher. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Iournalism Club, Dancing Club, Girls' Ensemble, "Acci- dental Hero." JFK. Fourteen IOHN STANTON TOKAR Iohnny . . . 6'1" . .. Brown hair . , . Brown eyes . . . Ambition: Ac- countant. Activities: Boys' and Mix- ed Chorus, Band, Swing Band, District Orchestra, All-County Band, Base- ball, Forbian Staff, Iour- nalism Club, "Accidental Hero." MARIAN IEAN WALTERS Ieanie . . . 5'5" . .. Brown eyes . . . Light brown hair . . . Ambi- tion: Teacher. Activities: Future Home- makers oi America, Iour- nalism Club, Girls' and Mixed Chorus, Booster Club,IAr Club. 44 If wvhegf-Ji DONNA LEE WENTZ Wentzie . . . 5'6" . . . Green eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Pri- vate secretary. Activities: Girls' and Mix- ed Chorus, Band, Iournal- ism Club, Thespian Club, Forbian Staff, Aerial Staff, Radio Club, "Acci- de qll Hero." L, V-,AV il. 1 Lf? STEVE ADAM ZBOROVANCIK Tele . . . 6' . . . Brown hair . . . Brown eyes . . . Ambition: Mechanic. Activities: Baseball, Ath- letic Club, Basketball. WILLIAM PAUL ZIPFEL Zip. . . 5'9" . . .Brown eyes . . . Brown hair . . . Ambition: Farmer. Activities: Outdoor Club, Football Club, Dancing Club. N MEMIJBI!-lM if 4. PATRICIA C. BERKEBILE Iune 21, 1950 Fifteen Arm is.-si IE '-I". SEATED: Miss Elliott, A. Lease, B. Berkey, K. Shaffer, D. Wentz, B. Pcrul. STANDING: C. Miller, B. Fulton, R. Gorsuch, E. Miller, I. Henry. FIIHBIAN ST FP Editors Sports Editor Advisor Photography Stott Business Stott Advisor Subscription Staff Typing and Proofrecding Staff- MRs. BITTNER YVONNE DONAHUE Lois GINDLESPERGER MARIE KORZINSKI SHIRLEY OAKS Sixteen BEVERLY BERKEY CAROLE MILLER KAREN SHAFFER ALLEN LEASE Miss ELLIOTT BARRY FULTON ROBERT GORSUCH EUGENE MILLER RONALD BOWERS BARRY FULTON STANLEY GREBECK GALEN LAUGHLIN RONALD SHAFFER IOHN TOKAR MR. PEEFEER . .. IUDY HENRY BARBARA PAUL DONNA WENTZ BARBARA PAUL GLORIA PYSNIK DONNA WENTZ IOYCE WIRBICK When new ventures are undertaken, they are often accompanied with doubts and misgivingsg when the same path is trodden a second and a third time, doubts disappear and a habit pattern emerges. Eventually habits be- come tradition, and traditions are ageless. So it is with our yearbook. Tradition decrees that regardless of the times or conditions it must continue. Hence this volume of The Forbian has evolved. If you enjoy it, tradition has been satisfied. In this publication of our school annual, The Forbian, we have striven in Words and pictures to portray the lite of the students at Forbes High School. It has been our aim to create a book that the school and community will be proud to possess. We realize your cooperation was vital to the success of this project, and we extend our appreciation for your sustaining patronage. It is our hope that our yearbook will preserve your school-day memories and carry you back often to F. H. S. SEATED: B. Fulton, S. Grebeck, R. Shaffer, G. Laughlin, Miss Elliott. STANDING: R. Bowers, I. Tokar. '1- .t........-.--XJ! 'Mfg .l MOST STUDIOUS Myrna Bassett Barry Fulton MOST FUN Mary Mostoller Kendall Roose MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Barry Fulton Carole Miller SENI I mllllglw IDEAL CITIZENS Beverly Berkey Allen Lease Robert Gorsuch Lois Gindlesperger Personalities MOST POPULAR Donna I, Berkebile Ronald Shaffer W I . x I N ' hifi' 3 ki 'NNN- yul ie A ,I 'I I 1 l. .. A THIRD: C. Rosey, A. Mostoller, G. Shaffer, R. Armagost, M. Eakle, I Georg, C. Strasiser SECOND: D. Rader, S. Keith, B. Hostetler, P. Newcomer, L. Metzgar, C. Dunmyer, N. I. Shaffer FIRST: Mr. Adams, P. Miller, S. Birch, C. Tirko, N. Rexroth, I. Keri, I. Schokora, E. Moranduzzo I. Hahn UNIUH III. SS The Iunior Class of 1957 has reached the threshold of a world of many new and exciting experiences and of additional responsibilities. Ahead of them is the final year of their high school education and the thrill of being the first to graduate from the new Forbes Iunior-Senior High School building. To the Senior Class of 1957, the Senior Class ot 1956 extends its best Wishes for a happy and successful year. Twenty THIRD: W, Stutft, R. Knecht I Lohr T Gardner S Rlce W Day R Donohue P Muro SECOND: R. Morcmduzzo, R Berkeblle I Lecx1er R Eutm I Trrko I McC1emens H Emerick FIRST: G. Nagy, C. Gohn D Berkeblle M Hctuse S Custer N Ccxrbonc I Kostro P Fleegle Mrs Bittner ABSENT: D. Iohnson, B. Llberty D Iohnston President- CARL STRASISEN Vice President- ADAM MOSTOLLER Secretary- IOAN Kosrrzo Treasurer- RONALD DONAHUE Class Historian- WILLIAM STUFFT Advisors- EVELYN BITTNER KENNETH ADAMS FOURTH' D. Shatter, B. Berkebile, I. Yerovsek, I. Lcverknight, T. Fyock, I. Potochar, F. Krevetski, P. Rice, G. Peden THIRD: D. Kovack, M. Henry, I. Henry, W. Maneer, I. Wirbick, D. Rose, H. Dom, C. Escherich, R. Kapitan I SECOND: K. Laughlin, P. McGowan, N. Mostoller, I. Mezack, H. Miller, I. Zborovancik, I.. Walker, S. Ober, D. Ringler FIRST: Mr. Pfetter, M. Strelko, P. Stanko, I. Armagost, B. Morgan, W. Gerney, M, Shaver, P. Clark, C. Keith, L. Marston SIJPHUMUHE III. SS The Sophomore Class has reached an important plateau in their high school education. They are now at the place Where they can look with ex- pectancy into the future, but also cling to the security ot past and present. Best wishes from the Class of "56" to the Class of "58." Twenty Two V . 'NV f:-" ..., v 'I x I N-:G -r gl Q ? ii -f 1-lo FOURTH: A. Lake, A. Shatter, D. Durst, D. Horner, R Stern, D. Weakland, I, Anderson, I. Snyder, C. Gindlesperger THlRDt A. Evenich, A. Secrest, R. Charlton, P. Dill, B. Tokar, E. Statler, I. Dinning, M. I. Paul, M. Zborovancik SECOND: E Walker, R. Croyle, M. Dryburg, C. Zimmerman, L. Bruening, R. Iock, S. Yoder, I. Pugh M. Koontz FIRST: E. I. Hay, P. Georq, S, Brown, E. Kubas, I. Barnett, M. Durst, B Lambert, I. Sheeler, S Zimmerman, Miss Elliott President-- WILLIAM MANEER Vice President- FRANK Kruzvsrsrcr Secretary- BARRY TOKAR Treasurer- Cr-rrgsrrzrz Krcrrn Advisors- CHESTER Prrzrrrzn CHARLES LAWSON .fr '51- ! x as X! n x v' '11 055: 'nv noni J' avi. K if -u-4"'T5 X .ga .2 3 R' . 9A THIRD: SECOND FIRST: 9B THIRD: SECOND FIRST: 9C THIRD: SECOND THIRD: 5 i X, . it I I " T. Ringler,lE. Croyle, E. Diehl, F. Weible, G. Clark, P. Strelko, R. Fulton L. Carbone, L. Steckman, I. Corbett, E. Grebeck, D. Stotler, E. Walker Mrs. Leaf, I. Custer, V. Fulton, S. Clark, W. Bassett, C. Wilson, S. Rodger, T. Tirko I. Strelko, C. Logue, G. Shaver, H. Mincek, I. Ianidlo, B. Mostoller, I. Lohr, L. Moore D. Koontz, N. Peden, D. Peden, I. Holley, E. Haupt, W. Mrogik, S. Retassie Mr. Drenner, G. Putman, P. Kolesko, P. Mort, E. Lisbon, M. McDowell, R. Manges, G. Holpit, C. Kovack S. Makay, D. Butler, I. Carbone, I. Leasock, C. Wright, S. Waltos, D. Shroyer, D. Armagost, M. Fleegle D. Ross, B. Shroyer, I. Fleegle, A. Rice, C. Hunter, I. Miller, B. Reed, P. Kapitan Mr. Zimmerman, D. Knopsnyder, C. Swope, B. Rininger, M. Shroyer, D. Brant, E. Wingard, D. Day Twenty Four ,..... s . 'V . ty-XS A eww I qu Wi, r I . , ,A Li . " X' k "' 'I "'k 8A THIRD: SECOND: FIRST: BB THIRD: SECOND: FIRST: 8C THIRD: SECOND: FIRST: -A. M. Gindlesperger, B. Holsopple, L. DeArmitt, R. Fusina, K. Hause, L. Berkebile, H. Byrd, S. Blough B. Fleegle, A. Chisholm, D. Drysburg, I. Gorsuch, E. Hause, L. Hause, B. Holpit, A. Emerick, C. Charlton Mr. Clark, R. Berkebiie, S. Clayton, R. Custer, E, Fuschino, B. Darr, D. Angelo, B. Dixon, H. Barron E. Miller, H, Miller, W. Minzer, R. McGowan, L. Manges, M. Iohnston, C. Meyers C. Mostoller, L. Kubas, S. Mostoller, M. Kolonich, I. Peterman, D. Koontz Mrs. Horne, G. Retassie, D. Lake, S. Miller, E. Leone, P. Newcomer, D. Kilroy, R. Pysnik I. Burner, M, Zapotosky, M. Zborovancik, G. Rigo, D. Smith, D. Roose, T. Thompson, D. Walker F. Rose, T. Tirko, M. Zapotosky, C. Young, C. Wain, I. Toth, I. Zimmerman, C. Sanders, P. Roose Mr. Svitchan, I. Vought, R, Zipfel, N. Wright, D. Sabo, I. Tranovich, L. Shaffer, I. Shaulis, I. Wirbick Twenty Five tin XX . s 'J' I 9 7A FOURTH: THIRD: SECOND: FIRST: 7B FOURTH THIRD SECOND FIRST: 7C THIRD: SECOND FIRST: I . I Q Q 3' 'T fi ' - C3 . J' X t . 3+ vw -uv 3' D. Dora, I. Ashbrook, I.. Eakle, D. Boyer, C. Bentz, C. Berkebile, C. Fish, G. Alexander R. Bassett, P. Georg, G. Bentz, S. Gindlesperger, A. Fritz, L. Bracken, I. Corbett B, Armagost, G. Boyer, S. Carbone, D. Foust, L. Dunmeyer, G, Boyer, P. Charlton, D. Alumbaugh Mr. Dickey, D. Bruening, R. Georg, L. Day, R. Fish, I. Custer, C. Birch, D. Chasar, D. Decker T. Miller, I. Malnar, R. Leasock, V. Long, N. Kovack, F. Holsopple R. Krone, R. McGowan, B. Miller, M. I. Miller, I. Manges, D. Nagy, I. Lawrence K. Koontz, C. Knolrisnyder, I. Naugle, D. Hunter, R. McVicker, D. Massung, S. Makay, I. Iock Mr. Werner, B. Koontz, M. Kennedy, P. Mincek, N. Krone, N. Hause, C, Kovach, R. Henry C. Shroyer, W. Stutzman, I. Wentz, W. Strelko, G. Turner, L. Rader, M. Sniecienski, C. Sehn, S. Peter man, E. Shatter Mr. Statnick, I. Steckman, K. Powell, E, Waltos, N. Phillips, S. Peterman, D. Stotler, E. Shontofski, G Shaulis, T. Swank I. Zimmerman, P. Strelko, I. Strelko, E. Retassie, B. Ptetfer, I. O'Roark, R, Shaver, A. Shontofski, I Rosenbaum, I. Swope Twenty Six N INTH SHADE ELASS UEEIEEHS EISHTH SHADE SEVENTH SHADE ELASS IJEEIEEHS CLASS UFEIEEHS Harold Miller, Sue Clayton, Robert Shaver, Victoria Long. Iacqueline Wirbick, Donald Walker Kay Long, Mary lane Miller I L x Twenty Seven SEATED: M. Mueller, C. Cohn, K. Roose, R. Knecht, R. Eutin, G. Peden, M. Shaver, R. Gorsuch, l. Ianidlo, S. Brown ll. I. Shatter STANDING: Mr. Adams, advisor SE Illll HIGH STUDENT IIIJUNIIII. The Student Council, a group ot students representing each home room, has endeavored to establish co-ordination between the students and teachers and to promote educational benefits. This group, twelve in number, have been active in selling programs at the home football games, holding dances after the home basketball games, decorating a beautiful Christmas tree in the school hall at Christmas, and participating in National Education Week. President . . .. KENDALL RoosE Vice President . . .. ROBERT Gonsucra Secretary . .... . NANCY Io SHAFFER Treasurer .. A MARY ANN MUELLER Sponsor . KENNETH ADAMS Twenty Eight rs QQQL 0'f'-nc 5Q'Q" VZ' F. Holsopple, I. Toth, L. Eakle, E. Shatter, R. Berkebile, S. Retassie, R. Pysnik, Mr. Zimmerman, B. Reed, l.. Carbone JUNIUH HIGH STUIIE T EUUNIIIL The Iunior High Student Council, twelve in number and representing each home room, endeavors to be helpful to the teachers and students in all ways. Their main project tor the year has been a magazine sale. From the proceeds they hope to buy a television set for the new school. They also intend to buy a new movie screen. Each month they sponsor a movie. Con- ducting Student Day is also one of their activities. President .......,.. .... S ALLY Rr:'rAssu: Vice President ...,.. ,.,,. L INDA CARBONE Secretary ......... .....,. R oss Pvsmx Treasurer ...... .........,....v........... I OAN TOTH Sponsor ...... .... M H. THOMAS ZIMMERMAN Twenty Nine CZ. HILLSIIIE- ERI I. Editor CAROLE MILLER Feature Editor KAREN SHAEEER Business MR. PFEFEER BARRY FULTON Co-Sports Editors ALLEN LEASE IUDY HENRY IERRY LOHR DONNA M. BERKEBILE DONNA L. WENTZ IOAN IANIDLO Advisor Alumni MYRNA BASSETT Subscription BEVERLY BERKEY Reporters HELEN EMERICK IAMES TIRKO Typists BEVERLY BERKEY ST PP Associate Editors CONNIE GOHN IUDY DINNING Exchange Editor MARY A. MUELLER Circulation IOYCE WIRBICK NANCY I. SHAFFER Art TOM RICE ROBERT BERKEBILE THOMAS GARDNER MARYLIN SHAVER WILLIAM MANEER BARBARA PAUL Mlss ELLIOTT MEMBERS OF THE IUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH IOURNALISM CLUB Iunior High Advisor - MRS. LEAF Thirty Q S 1 Q Thiriy One ff f 3 TOT 9 Hangul , M FIFTH: FOURTH: THIRD' SECOND FIRST: U T Q ' 9 Q W rl. 0--: "' ' -' 2 Q, rl :Q 'I ' r is K .M V ui sz., ., 4, 6 m 1 2 n, qv 4' t Q 9 Qc bm! ' ' I p-9 , t " SZ f ' . ' -. ' Q It 6 FIFTH: I. Tokar, T, Rice, A. Lake, R. Gorsuch, T. Gardner, G Shaffer, P. Rice, T Plovish B Paul I Metzqar M. Zbarovancik FOURTH: T. Fyock, G. Laughlin, D. Shatter, S. Rice, S Grebeclc, I. Wirbiclc, M. Bassett P Dill E Walker Escherich, D. Wentz THIRD: R. Berkebile, C. Rosey, D. Rose, I, Henry, E. Kubas, A. Secrest, S. Oaks, M Dryburq I Bruuiinq C Zimmerman, P. McGowan SECOND: I. Hoover, I. Henry, I. Ianidlo, G. Spangler, Y Donahue, D. Berkebile, M Mostaller I Ybwrovaricilc I.. Marston, P Clark, P. Georg, Miss Caqley FIRST: S Brown, B. Lambert, I. Sheeler, S Custer, I. Armagost, M. Strelka, K. Tirko, M Muelltr S Zimmerman Mury Ami Mueller Carole Miller Karen Shatter Barbara Paul RN L ,gig FY.. 3? ,N X We ai , lr, C5 N-.QW ' 'S Thirty Three 'ii' ' one In THIRD: B. Paul, H. Mincek, C. Escherich, S. Grebeck, G. Laughlin, D. Horner, R, Armagost, T. Gardner SECOND: L. Walker, N. Peden, D. Peden, B. Hostetler, T. Ringler, H. Miller, N. Shatter FlRST: Mr. Mish, D. Dinning, P. Newcomer, A. Fritz, R. Manges, M. McDowell, I. Miller, C, Zimmerman, I. Corbett FUHBES B1-KN Under the capable direction ot our new band instructor, Mr. Mish, the Forbes High School band has marched its Way through another momentous year. Highlights of the year occurred when the Forbes Band was awarded several prizes in the volunteer fireman's parade in which they participated. They provided entertainment lor the football spectators at halftime with many colorful and intricate tormations. Sandra Ober represented the Forbes Band in the District Band. There were eleven repre- sentatives in the All-County Band: Beverly Berkey, Connie Gohn, Carole Miller, Priscilla New- comer, Sandra Ober, Barbara Paul, Dorla Peden, Norma Peden, Tom Ringler, Iohn Tokar, and Donna Wentz. President .. . BEVERLY BERKEY Vice-President . .... DONNA I. BERKEBILE Secretary . ..... ..... . .. CAROLE MILLER Librarians DONNA M. BERKEBILE NANCY I. SHAFFLR Director .. . STANLEY MisH Student Director IOHN TOKAR QRS Q HIGH THIRD: I, Lohr, I. Tokcxr, R. Fusinc, D. Shaffer, D, L. Wentz, A. Evenich, M, Dryburg, S, Ober SECOND: B. Miller, R, Fulton, M. Paul, C. Gohn, I. Gorsuch, D. M. Berkebile, D, I. Berkebile FIRST: B. Berkey, C. Bruening, S. Custer, P. Kolesko, S. Clayton, I. Wirbick, C. Miller, M. Grebeck, I Wirbick M A J 0 R E T T E S Thirty Five Icmet Burnett Noreen Mostoller IoAnn Wirbick Shirley Brown Patricia Flesqlc -ny. Q I ,,,. ,ui -Q ax X ! '6- gf ! V If J., J i I 3 tak, "'-'ii 1 1 E A Xinvnahd HA CHEMISTRY 'lBetter thinqs for better living throuqh Chemistry" Instructor MR. ADAMS PLANE GEOMETRY . , . a pathway to clearer thinkinq Instructor MR. RODGER SHOP Competent traininq in "do it yourself" technique Instructor MR. WINTERS gluzggqguzulnn Hive R. f if U' Thirty Seven H J' 5'?"f"f -ln., r-MJ Thirty Eight DANCING 1 .,.. , 2 .... 3 ...,, step Advisors MR. ADAMS MRS. BITTNER F. H. A. A coffee break for our future homemakers Instructor MRS. WITT IOURNALISM We'lI make that deadline Advisor MISS ELLIOTT H!-llllll Aw IILH Forbes High organ- ized their Radio Club in May of 1955 un- der the direction of Bob French and Ioe Pasquale. They at- tended instruction classes during the summer. Six hour- long programs and one special halt-hour program were pre- sented over WVSC throughout the school year. Each member was respon- sible for a part of the program. Student Director- BARRY FULTON Engineer- ADAM MOs'rOLLER Disc Iockey- RONALD DONAHUE News Reporter- RICHARD ARMAGOST Reporters- IUDY HENRY BEVERLY BERKEY CAROLE MILLER KAREN SHAFFER MARY A. MUELLER BARBARA PAUL MARY LOU MOSTOLLER DONNA LEE WENTZ LINDA METZGAR IOAN MCCLEMENS SHARON CUSTER 1 l 'V' K ll H' Y 3 Thirty Nine l ,, ., , ll!-XFETEHI!-l PEHSIJNNEL vi y SW ,f WS SIIHUUI. NURSE IIUSTUIJIAN X -Q yo, 'YN Shxrley M. Shaffer I h M h 1 'Q B h 101' oi Science in Nursing O n urs' University of Piitsburgh if 'I 'xjlqjld f ' 3 1 X' -W Fr f f.-fn kv xr Y 4. Ni t N ' 1 V 1 4 III IJEHELL 'S B LI. One of the most memorable occa- sions for the 'Class of 55" was the Iunior-Senior prom, on May 7, l955. For the Seniors, "Cinderella's Ba1l" was the final stepping stone in their X Career in high school, and we enjoyed 11 R' 5,1 Z R y holding it in honor of the graduating X, X A ,Teil A " at "Class of 55." Now after another year 2,2 " ' ' and another prom, we Seniors know El .,.: N In W, xg' that we will always look back to this -' - n dance with fond memories. 5 W, 1' 1, af' if is Forty One K e HACCIDENTAL HERO" was presented On Thursday, November 17, 1955 The cast and property stuff are recognized in these pictures Director - MRS. TRENT I N T A I. IETS EDGE OUT I. B. I. 13-12 Windber, September 9, 1955 -Forbes Iets copped their first gridiron play over I. B. I. Touchdowns were made by Bowers 111, Krevetski 111, and Bowers scored the extra point. Muro raced 42 yards for the longest run in the game. FORBES PICKS UP VICTORY NO. 2 Berlin, September 16, 1955- The Iets started the season's second game with a touch- down in each of the first three periods. Touchdowns were made by Muro 121, Bowers 111, Krevetski 111, the extra points were made by Bowers 111, Krevetski 111 -the final score was Forbes 211, Berlin 11. FORBES COPS THIRD VICTORY Meyersdale, September 23, 1955 - Forbes gained its third victory by defeating the Meyersdale squad by the score of 13-6. Bowers raced 80 yards after the opening kickoff. The Raiders came back in the same period to score, and tie the game. Ron Bowers again scored the final TD and the extra point to take the game for the Iets. IETS ARE DEFEATED BY RAMS Windber, September 30, 1955-Richland handed the Iets the first defeat of the season by the score of 27-13. Frocker and Levengood scored all of the 27 points for the Rams. Mort block- ing a punt, and Moran- duzzo carried the ball across for the Iets first TD. Ron Bowers scored the second AHSITY FIJIITBI-11.1. P 1-Ill Star Mr. Pfeffer Ronald Bowers Ronald Bowers was awarded honorable men- tion in the Pennsylvania Associated Press All- Star High School team for 1955. Ronald is the first Forbes football star to receive this recog- nition. A combination of speed and power placed Bowers high in scoring ranks during the past two seasons. Forty Four TD and extra point to make the final score 27-13. FORBES DEPEATS UNITED 13-7 Windber, October B, 1955- Forbes started a rally in first quarter when Krevetski completed a pass to Stra- siser. United picked up their only touchdown with a 74 yard run by McCormick and Simmons getting the extra point. In the final period Ron Bowers scored the final TD and the extra point to make the final score 13-7. FORBES RALLIES 19-6 Windber, October 13, 1955 -Forbes defeated South- mont in a game of intense rivalry. Burnish scored the Tigers only TD in the first quarter. Ron Bowers scored in the second and the third periods and made one extra point. Waltos scored another TD on a 42 yard run. The final score 19-6. LAUREL VALLEY OVER- POWERS FORBES New Florence, October 21, 1955-Laurel Valley downed Forbes by a score of 19-6. Parsha scored the 19 points for the Rams. Ron Bowers scored the only Iet TD. The Rams tallied one TD in the second half to make the fine score 19-6. FORBES IS DEFEATED BY THE BLUE IAYS Windber, October 27, 1955 -The Iets were defeated by Turkeyfoot in their last game of the season by a score of 13-9. The Iets scored two touchdowns in the first period. Ron Bowers picked up 229 in the game after a 77 yard TD march. The final score was Forbes 9, Turkeyfoot 13. I L Forty Five THIRD: I. Yerovsek, F. Berkebile, W. Stufft, G. Peden, C. Strasiser, R. Knecht, F. Krevetski, I. George, T. Fyock SECOND: Coach Pfeffer, I, Tirko, E. Stotler, G. Clark, I. Potoshar, R. Slern, G. Shaffer, D. Armagost, H. Dom, B. Tokar, D. Walker, Coach Svitchcm. FIRST: F. Weible, R. Moranduzzo, K. Mort, P. Muro, R. Bowers, T. Rice, R. Croyle, F. Waltos, E. Miller, A. Gavlak, C. Fish SE IUH RONALD BOWERS-Right Holi. 5' 8"-co-captain of Iets, top scorer. Made A11- Sfate, 66 points senior year. Backed the defensive line. No. 90. EUGENE MILLER-Center. 5' 10"-co-captain of Iets. Rough cmd tumble boy, Opened those holes, good on defensive as Well as offensive. No. 45. THOMAS RICE-Left Tackle. 5' ll"-co-captain of Iets. Eager to play, got his man out, remember I. B. I. No. 59. RONALD CROYLE-Right Tackle. 5' lU". Sixty minute man, hard Worker, disliked calisthenics. keeps the Opponents from gaining. No. 64. E. Miller R. Croyle T. Ri:e R, Bowers Mr. Svitchan Mr. Pfefler PEHSUNALITIES FRANK WALTOS-Fullback. 5' 9"-Fast when Burnich is trailing him. Line backer on defense, liked those holes up the middle. No. 46. KENNETH MORT-Middle Guard. 5' Q". Played on the defensive team, Blocked punts, Mort really bit into opponents. No. 44. ANDREW GAVLAK-Defensive End. 5' lU". First year man, would like to play several more years. No. 50. THIRD: Coach Svitchan, R, Bowers SECOND: T. Rice, A. Gavlak, K. Mort, F. Waltos FIRST: Coach Pfelfer, R, Croyle, E. Miller ,, if ' 4. i 9 t V HSITY TE SECOND: W. Stufft, Mcmcxgerg Mr. Pfeffer, Cocxchg C. Strosiser, G. Peden, I. Georg, F. Krevetski, D, Wecxklcnd S. Grebe-ck FIRST: F. Berks-bile, Manager: B. Tokcrr, W. Mcmeer, E. Stotler, R. Shaffer 1 Dale 72 Southmont 88 Dale 75 Southmont 85 Somerset 70 Stonycreek 7U Salisbury 41 Meyersdcrle 57 Turkeyfoot 36 I. B. I. 43 Shade 51 Rockwood 53 B SHETB LI. Forbes 41 Forbes 59 Forbes 53 Forbes 61 Forbes 45 Forbes 61 Forbes 62 Forbes 66 Forbes 68 Forbes 66 Forbes 79 Forbes 73 .IUNIUH VARSITY TE SLIQUHU: ru. iieriry, w. ivianeer, U. Hose, F. Weible D Weakland I Georg D Walker Manager FIRST: C. Fish, W. Mrogik, A. Rice, E, Grebeck, E Croyle E Stotler I H nry Mr Dck SIIUHES Somerset Stonycreek Berlin Salisbury Meyersdale Turkeyfoot I. B. I. Shade Rockwood Berlin HYNDMAN Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes P. I. A. A. PLAYOFF GAME FORBES i w -- . K -. H X xt? ,t,..s ' 4 F iv- -. . , ' . my NA SECOND: Coach Dickey, E. Miller, T. Rice, I. Lohr, C. Strasiser, I. Tokar, W. Chasar, E. Croyle FIRST: S. Rice, A. Gavlak, K. Roose, S. Grebeck, R. Bowers, I. Leazier B SEBALL TEAM Forbes organized the first baseball team in its history during the 1954-55 term. Twenty enthusiastic hopefuls led by team captain Frank Kostro proved that eagerness to win, hard practice and team spirit bring coveted success. In their first season they not only Won the league title but went undefeated in competi- tion with eight county teams participating. They came from behind to win games that seemed completely out of reach and in so doing turned in some remarkable feats. Four boys batted at a percentage above 500 and were headed by Stanley Grebeck with a .653 mark. The team as a whole averaged .4l9. They collected 73 runs on 94 hits: including 16 doubles, 10 triples and 3 home runs. Pitching performances were outstanding as the opposing teams scored only 31 runs earned and unearned. The pitchers were well supported as the team made eight double plays that carried them through tough situations. Graduation took eight lettermen from the team but they left something for those who fol- low to strive for, which has been accurately summed up by an anonymous poet. "Success is failure turned inside out- BASEBALL SCORES The silver tint of the cloud of doubt, Forbes --eA--te---- 7 Rockwood And you can never tell how close you are, gorzes " " 'rr' csoflftlence ' It may be near when it seems afar: P25322 ""5 i"i I 0 Niiglehly So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit, Forbes .VYA Aytn 7 Berlin Ayrrrryvllu lt's when things seem worst that you mustn't Forbes -gyng ---- g Me-Ye,-sdale quit." Forbes .... ..... 1 1 Stonycreek Fifty One FALL FESTIV L UUEEN Beverly Berkey was selected by her class to represent the school at the Fall Festival held in Somerset during Pennsylvania Week in October. She reigned as Corn Queen over one of the day's festivities. 9 hi wi . it fi f . - MAPLE FESTIV L PHI LESS Beverly Berkey, a pert lass from the senior class, repre- sented Forbes High at the ninth annual Maple Queen Contest. She was chosen on a basis of appearance, talent, and per- sonality. Bev's talent number was a trumpet solo entitled "Star Dust." She was accom- panied by the high school swing band. She made her appearance in a white gown with a corsage of tangerine carnations. A placement in the top live contestants made everyone feel quite proud of the Princess from Forbes High. YM! i 'P if W 4 ww, J ffl? sl A A i1. -fi 9' 2 ,f 'f if . x Q . 4 xg sa X if . it 'R H.. wwf Y , X 3 3 i gg nr'- Q S? 5: K uf' THIRD: Mary Zapotosky, Michael Zapotsoky, Iack Henry, Mack Henry, Norma Peden, Dorla Peden SECOND: Donna lock, Donald Iock, Sandra Mostoller, Connie Mostoller, Mona Shroyer, Donna Shroyer, Sally Sorber, Susan Sorber, Patricia Grazier, Pamela Grazier FIRST: Ieanece Bryd, Ieanetto Byrd, Geraldine Grazier, George Grazier SEBI Ii HUUBLE Mary and Michael Zapotosky, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Zapotosky, Hooversville, Pennsylvania, Iack and Mack Henry, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Henry, R. D. No. 2, Stoystown, Pennsylvania, Norma and Dorla Peden, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. David Peden, Hooversville, Pennsylvania, Donna and Donald lock, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Iames lock, Hooversville, Pennsylvania, Sandra and Connie Mostoller, daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mostoller, Hooversville, Pennsylvaniag Mona and Donna Shroyer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shroyer, Hooversville, Pennsylvania, Sally and Susan Sorber, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sorber, Hooversville, Pennsylvania, Pa- tricia and Pamela Grazier, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Grazier, R. D. No. 1, Holsop- ple, Pennsylvaniag Ieanece and Ieanette Byrd, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Byrd, R. D. No. 3, Stoystown, Pennsylvania, Geraldine and George Grazier, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. George Grazier, R. D. No. 1, Holsopple, Pennsylvaniag are the ten sets of twins from our school district of 924 students. 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We sincerely hope that your future will be filled with happiness and worthy achievement. - EVERYBODY S STORE COVER STUDIO Photography O40 Phone 5'-8442 504 Main Street Iohnstown, Pennsylvania Gaia? Compliments Of Peoples State Bank 0 Iennersto Pe Sylvania Compliment Of Somerset Auto Dealers Association +o+ Somerset Pennsylvania 99,Q.6965a:JKiQ94ik954DQ5Qk.w95QQV:De543::93QQ7QQVi.654DQ3a0k0V'bk0lCh 7f 6339933 :J,Qa:9f4b:J5:D rJ5Qa-Q-9Vi:J5Q:e-DVQG :'J5'Q:f0Vi:J3":Dae94'Q 90'45:e.-LTFQ ' Q T 'E T 'E Q' Q Q' Q T 'D K' 'Q T Q T EA?'fQf.6:bfQ7f TRENT'S MARKET On the Diamond 0 PHONE 5916 Somerset Pe sylvania RICE G. SCHROCK Producers of Fine Coals 0 Somerset 8543 Stoy to n 3165 R. D. No. 3 Stoystown Pe nsylvania Q Qc Q Q 2 Q Q Q 2 Q Q Q S1 'gieyia-:0'Fik01Q ki .QVYQJBVQ x:93QaQ:9' 63932693 5 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q5 Q Q? Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 9 K, Q Q Q Q Q 99'55r:9'fQk:93Q. 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No. 3 Stoystown Pennsylvania 9DFi:J34TJQ,Qk9V:bQ3'QDsJ34:b:Qw:95:i:e95:b:J5gDk95gD.QQ:w9Vik0 O bs?.6:NG.?fQ7c?fbc?"Q7sf:'4Gfc?:4b.62fQy.G:fQy.Ga'fQy.?:'f Q1c?fQ7c6hfEA6':'4bsGNS.6:" 99:0Q,gbN95':bx9V:Dm9,:bQ5:DQ?:Dx9VieFQ:qD5'4DQV:D.k9Vik:J5'Q:J3'QkDYQ GREEN GABLES - MOUNTAIN PLAYHOUSE Iennerstown, Pa. Banquets - Class Reunions - Dinners - Summer Stock GREEN GABLES NEW STUDIO BARN Unusual Setting for Important Large Dinners Banquets - Reunions - Club Dances STOUGHTON LAKES Swimming and Boating - Ice Skating and Skiing PHONES: BOSWELL 9443 or 3512 COMPLIMENTS OF JOHNSTOWN SANITARY DAIRY COMPANY Iohnstown Pennsylvania 'ss KF 'Q T Q I E Q' 52 T Z2 T Q EF E 'Q T 'Q K L2 I CD T 2 'Q 5 mg k03Qk95'ci., k:95Q Qkffi e53'4is:95'QQ QQ. 363693 xeDY'iQ C9Q:-40Nbe635b1FNQ,s?NNb:fNQy:?fbs?NQnfNQnFE7sGNQ:4?2Q::?fb:?QzFNQAfNE4GG Compliments of Q Heiple Supply Co. 8: Putt-Putt J Builders' Supplies Miniature Golf Course 3 Millwork bw? F36 FU o s: FF 0 IQ Pl ND o '1 FF :- o FH Cn o E N "8 M N FY- 72 Somerset Pennsylvania Q S Compliments of Q, 52: 220' Q Highland Tank Manufacturing Company Q EQUIPMENT BUILT T0 ENDURE ll Stoystown Pennsylvania S G:fQ7cC'F'x'fQ7cGNQ7:?f NJJQQFQRJVQ ROBERT E. MILLER cj GENERAL CONTRACTOR S S . Q R. D. No. 1, Box 157-B Hooversville, Pa. .5 Compliments of BITTNER'S CURB SERVICE It Home of the "Bit-burger" L. Route 219 -f North of Somerset S Somerset Pennsylvania 90Qk9VT :JVQ:z95Qk95cDkD'gDaf9,Q:J3Qx9ViswJ3QksJ5cDk0Fi:Q5Qk0QG 8QQQGAGQGNQ:-s?fQ7r?fNQvs?S635bcfNQ:,t?Q:-c?'Es?fQ:i?4Q7s?fEs6:Nb-cfFbfEs6zfQ:4GG fl HILLTOP HOTEL 3 "Come in and have a chat with Hapn DINE and DANCE Route 30 Stoystown Pennsylvania Compliments 3 of Q T H E D E A N E R S 3 Stoystown Pennsylvania Maneer's Radio-TV 8: Electric Appliance 3 Motorola - Westinghouse Somerset 6335 Somerset 5000 Q Q 111 West Union St. 125 S. Edgewood Avenue Compliments of ATLAS PRINTING COMPANY Printing of Religious Material Somerset Pennsylvania GaQwQwQwQwQ.QQwQwQwQwQwQwQkwQ o GOVERNOR 'THEATER The Beauties of CINEMASCUPE The Wonders of STEROPHUNIC SOUND Somerset Pennsylvania Compliments 0f SOMERSET BUS COMPANY Somerset Pennsylvania Compliments of the SOMERSET CANNING CORPORATION Somerset, Somerset County Somerset Roof Garden Tableland Deer Valley Pine Hill E K2 Q '22 K' L2 K 2 I C2 Q' C2 Q' 32 Q' 52 K' C2 ff' 2 K '2 lg C2 S E 2 T 52 K :Q:9'FiQ54D .NJQQVQ 26545. 32693 2 Q 2 Q 2 Q 2 G, 2 Q 2 Q 3 2 2 Q 2 Q 2 if Q 2 2 CL 2 G Z55Qaw:9' Brands of Whole Kernel Golden Corn Red Beets Early Peas Sweet Wrinkled Peas Red Kidney Beans Crown on Somerset County Farms A. D. GRAHAM AND CO., INC. Beaver Brand Fertilizers Somerset Pennsylvania CsJLnGNQ:1?Q:46:NQ:1?'Nb-c?Q:,s?Q:s63fQv1?bc?fQ:-162fQ:vs?'fbr?fbc?4Qv:?fEcfNb4GQ g Make Your Future Secure S INSURE WITH 3 H. H. WAGNER AGENCY 2 S R. D. No.2 steystewmpeune. E HAI! Types of Insur uuee H' 2 56:4 JJ' S SOMERSET CONCRETE WORKS E Suppliers of Q ReadydMixed Concrete-Sand Stone Concrete if Expansion Joint Material for 3 NEW FoRBES Jo1NT HIGH SCHOOL Q Somerset 5741 Somerset 5187 Compliments i of Q 52 3 THE HITE HOUSE S Stoystown Pennsylvania SPECI"IT'S SUPER MARKET GROCERIES FROZEN FOODS FRESH MEATS We Deliver E Stoystown 3532 S Stoystown Pennsylvania 9D'Q.65QN0'Q:J5QkDKi:J5Q!VQ.J3QxJ3Q:QJ3QzJ9Q:JVQk:J3Qk55Q:JVQk0ViG E65 TERLINGO'S ECONOMY STORE Phone 2581 H oove rsville Pennsylvania B. J. MAURER MOTOR COMPANY Your Friendly Ford Dealer for 31 Yoofn Phone 2751 Boswell Pennsylvania PENNSYLVANIA POULTRY PROCESSING CORPORATION BUYERS - PROCESSORS - SELLERS AND MARKETING OF HIGH GRADE POULTRY AND ALLIED PRODUCTS TABLELAND DELUXE TURKEYS P. O. Box 128 Iennerstown, Pa. For HeaIth's Sake Roller Skate at the CAIRNBROOK RINK REFRESHMENTS Phone: Central City 1493 Cairnbrook Pennsylvania I GD QQFQ Abazyfgb. JJVQMD' ef? Q9:Dx:9'fQ :QFD NDPQ NJQNJQ .Q Q .Q Q Q Q 35 Q 5 Q 5 Q Q9 Q J Q .D Q J Q 9 Q J Q J Q .Q Q 5 9 JV? HOOVERSVILLE WATER COMPANY Hooversville Pennsylvania WILBUR COAL MINING COMPANY o+o Hooversville Pennsylvania "A CITY OF SHOPS IN ONE STOREN Windber Pennsylvania Congratulations to the 1956 Graduates DORFMAN 8: HOFFMAN Boswell Pennsylvania wi Y E C2 Q' Q 14 Q' il Q' CD T C2 Q' C22 K fl K' 'Q Q' cl Q' T2 T cl T 2 Y Z Q5xJ53'ir:0'PQ'Dv:fD5':i3sf93QCfD .dnb a-JVQ 39:9 w:9 QQ 54ir:9 QNJ QJZSQ-J' 9 05595 Compliments Of HOOVERSVILLE NATIONAL BANK Hooversville Pennsylvania DQR YS JOHNSTUWIVS LEADING JEWELERS Congratulations to the 1956 Graduates JEWELERS SINCE 184-8 132-138 Market Street Phone 7-5171 OLD FARM I. X. L. Creamery BarfB-Q Inc- Big Farm Boy Variety of Milk Ice Cream Hot and Cold Sandwiches Soft Freeze Ice Cream Friedens Pennsylvania 555 East Main Sf,-get Somerset Pennsylvania B O S W LE L L CLEANERS S P O R T S M A N' S Phone 2123 Boswell Pennsylvania Q' Ll if Ll K 72 T 2 L2 Q' Cl I E I Cl Q' Cl K' 'E if cl Q' 2 'Q Q' X12 ff LD S :QDVQ MDV? QFYJQVQ SQ 93326743 fi. QQ 59545 54:06 QQJZQNQ Q5Q:e9gD x19 KQV? :JG 953540 S7456 fi b16':"b1f?NE,c?'bsGNNQ:r?5Q7s6z2Q:-c6:NQvs63eQ7:632Q,s63Q9?fEvs?Qe1GNbs?fb-s?Q:-r0'Q 1 c 1' .- 3 E O. D. Barnett 8: Sons amp ""e'm Q H I vida B. and Farm Eqmpmem ' Garner G. Berkebile Phone: Boswell 3235 Phone 2271 E Boswell Pennsylvania Hooversville Pennsylvania 3 , E Q ,105 PRQNESTI Sam Roger s Store S l . cg? JEWELERS Wal Paper Paint Q 2 Phone 3101 3 Watch-Clock Repairing 311 313 M . St t -' alll fee Boswell Pennsylvania Boswell pennsylvania Hi-W 55 JENNERSTOWN aY 35 Q Super Markets Q i INN K, ll-K Quality Groceries 'b Phone 3801 Meats Produce Ferrelton Somerset Iennerstown Pennsylvania Central City S J .---, gz . YE Compliments T W e Cater to Small of E Q Banquets and Parties A Q Ph n ' B ll 2950 S 0 es OSWQ F R I E N D 0 , Iennerstown Pennsylvania B if Q 0 0 2 5 0 cf 0 0 0 Q' 3 0 S S S 0 E 0 S 5 Q46 Qyfhf NJVQA Q1 .6':'fQy.C7:" CII 5' E c 2 3 Q D 2. o Q i 5 S as QE 0 is -,hm-1. xo 5 so ik Cb U-I E. 'U ' if " S E. 3, S' s : 'Z' N E. U m Z' ra 5' S S' O DI Yi H E- gr : 9-7 5-'L rn Sf: mme all L-H55 5 5"'55- 5 ME. 03 96-ew '-9-m as E. 5 2'- :: "' 55 um' 9: 9- 1 nl :S 0 5 5 cn 5 E. H- Compliments Shank's Garage of Shanksville Auto Co. Material Wm. G. Baltzer 8 Son Pl h S l . KZ Dodge and ymout a es Contractors Q, 3 Phone: Balm 3462 Free Estimates and Deliveries Q Shanksvills Pennsylvania Ph-one Berlin 3464 5 Compliments of Lohr Feed and 3 , Implement Store cf Slgmund 0 Auio Wreckers Farm and Home Appliances Store Located at Kantner L9 Phone 3003 and 3002 Phone 3673 QS R- D- NO' 3 Stoystown' Pa' Kantner Pennsylvania 9 T W I L L I A M S Compliments GRQCERY of 5.622 x9'fiae:9 Sf' G n a g e y ' s Q Phone 3674 , , , QD T1re Service EQ , Kantner Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania GJ DV?Q530:9,QQFQ::95Qk05Aba-J"QS5QQik9550Q5.654ikae0V:Oe3Q9"4Dk03Q6 Compliments of Compliments H. W. Walker Co. of Manufacturer of Walker's Supreme Ice Cream Ice Cream Mix and Dairy Products Phone 41 1 1 Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Floor SOMERSET C0Vefm9 BOOK STORE Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Qffice Supplies and Equipment phone 5089 Typewriters --f Fountain Pens 114 West Patriot Street Phone 5950 Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania E. H. SHOCKEY Clover Farm Stores Phone 35 -13 Stoyestown Pennsylvania B U D D ' S GOOD SHOES Somerset's Largest Shoe Store Somerset Pennsylvania The Geo. W. Schenck Company The Store that Saves for You Somerset Pennsylvania The Roof Garden of the State SHOEMAKER BROS. Men,s and Boys, Clothing Phone 5743 Somerset Pennsylvania l 2 it Q 5 5 Q i cl Q Q Q ii :QFD . Q' R993 a-:U NEWS, 5 Q Q5 Q it 3 Q 9 Q 5 S Q i Q .5 Q 2 ft i J i 9 2... caeacfameofaQiwma?NeaweaoxojeaegowstffstfaevtwetfsefffeafabieiegeG 5 Cochran Farm Walter's Tire Service, Equipment Company Inc. Wheel and TI'3Ck'TyP2 Farm Tractor Tire Retreafling Tractors--:Power Farm HOUR SPECIALTY" U M t Equllzimgnt In Largest Tire Retreading Plant oorsan awmls .. . . East of tlle MISSISSI ll Qi 3683 Main itreet Phone 4124 pl 434 Somerset one Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania . . SOMERSET Somerset Millin Co. 9 DRY CLEANERS MUnUf0CiUl'6l' of Odorless and Deluxe Q Q JUST RIGHT FEEDS PresjffgHWfj'f1'1leSeQnCeW .t Vi ou ai JJ Phone 6101 phone 5484 3 Somerset Pennsylvania 267 E. Catherine Street are Somerset Pennsylvania .3 S shaffer Block work C0,,,,,,i,,,e,,,S Cement Blocks - Sand of Shale - Steel Windows Q Ph 5176 Bender Implement CQ one Home Phone 5958 Cornpany Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania l, 2 Compliments Compliments Q 0 of Hilltop Floral Service H I - W A Y 3 Complete Floral Service S Friedens Pennsylvania Somerseyvl- Eerrelgon ' Telegraph Delivery Service Central City Q 9 G .5 1 Clothing-Furniture-Paint M Q Sporting Goods-Appliances 9 Floor Covering 313 Center Street 231 Center Street Boswell Pennsylvania Boswell Pellllsylvlllllll 2 ll an Kolesko Motor Sales B- 31 W- HARDWARE S F O R D Plumbing - Heating Q Electrical Contracting Qs i Sales and Service Paint - All fjglgrg 3 Phone 2551 Phone 3123 S H-ooversville Pennsylvania Boswell Pennsylvania 3 , il 3 M A R Y S BILL BRowN's 0 BEAUTY SHOP DINER 'SHN NQKEQQQ Phone 2705 I R. D. 1 fl Iennerstown Pennsylvania ll Hooversville Pennsylvania BALTZER'S IEWELRY Compliments of AND GIFT SHOP EARL BARCLAY Compliments to Class ol 1956 Aluminum Doors and Windows Q9 Hooversville Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania Compliments of qv JJ Phone 5959 T Somerset Pennsylvania S'0Y5f0Wn Pe'1n5YlV0nlU Q 9s95ciQ5Q25QQ5Q25':DQ54iQ7g:fD27Q25gD.Q54D25'Qk05gD::Q7Q.35Qa'e054i::-99:50 GQ-7i6'NQ-z6:"4Q:c?fbs?f C9 3 SHONBERG'S BOSWELL NEWS 3 CLOTHING - SHOES PUBLISHERS -- PRINTERS Q For the Entire Family Phone 2115 301 Center St. Boswell, Pa. Boswell Pennsylvania SHEFTICS BEN PETERS STYLE CENTER CLOTHING AND SHOES Groceries and Confectionery Route 30 at Ralphton Road cenfel' Sf. Boswell, PC. Phgne Boswell, Pa. MATSE'S GROCERY H. C. HAHN Phone 2924 GRQCERIES Hooversville Penf'5YlVUnlU Hooversville Pennsylvania gl MARSIN'S TAVERN Compliments of 3 DINE - DANCE SNYDER'S RESTAURANT Ph0l1e 2414 Main Street Hooversville Pennsylvania Hooversville Pennsylvania Compliments of Compliments of TOE BARBER SHOP . . CHICKEN-FULL COURSE DINNERS Hooversville Pennsylvania windber-Johnstown Road COMPUMENTS OF BOSWELL DRUG sToRE S H O F F ' S ECONOMY MARKET aw M" Sm' S Boswell Pennsylvania Boswell Pennsylvania LAWTHER'S B R U N 0 , S NEWS STAND Center Street Phone 3394 BARBER l Boswell' Po. Boswell Pennsylvania S T E VV A R T ' S COMPLIMENTS OF 5 HARDWARE-ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES A GROCERIES Jennerstown, Pa. F R I E N D f T ff' S 9,D1Qk:99g0x-JJ5'ci.65QQVixJ5'QQ34iQ5.Q94i.k:9WDw9V:Dk9Vik65'Q.x95':Q:e09QxeD5:DO O bc?fLn?4NGifN b4?4bt?'Qn?fQz?QQn?4b4?4bs?4QzGNb:G G IOHN 1. KIMMEL NATION WIDE INSURANCE Phone 5213 Somerset Pennsylvania STAHL'S JEWELRY Somerset Pennsylvania Compliments ot WEAVER'S SERVICE STATION ATLANTIC Pnooucrs SNYDER'S POTATO CHIPS SOLD AT ALL FOOD STORES Berlin Pennsylvania tv BEST WISHES PAUL R. BLANSET WHOLESALE Compliments ot MONG'S ESSO STATION Complete Esso Service SUOYSNWH P9nnSYlVUniC Stoystown Pennsylvania Compliments ot G REED CITY MARKET AUTO WRECKERS SEE SKIP OR BLOUGH R' D' No' 3 V2 Mile East of Stoystown SNYSNWH PGMISYIVGHIU On Lincoln Highway Stoystown, Pa. Compliments of Compliments ot IOHN KOGNTZ CARBAUGH S Route 53 Phone 9994 Q Stoystown Pennsylvania Smystown Pu. BARNETTS GARAGE EASTERN MOTOR SALES BROCKWAY TRUCKS aoov womc PAINTING Phone 4574 Q Between Stoystown and Kantner Somerse' Pennsylvania Compliments ot COMPLIMENTS RALPH BUNGARD OF GULF Pnooucrs SOMERSET ROI-'le 53 LUMBERING CO. F'l'd"" Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania BERKEY'S ESSO SERVICE MuSSER'S BAKERY INC. 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