Forbes High School - Forbian Yearbook (Kantner, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Moy, 1955 - September, 1956
STANDING, Left to Right: C. Miller, R. Meyers, R. Dinning, H. Wentz, R. Gindlesperger, S. Zimmerman, A. Ober, R. Stet-
ler, O. Custer.
SEATED: C. Long, F. Lohr, M. Spangler, .l. Shaffer, D. Lehman, M. Schiffhauer, E. Custer.
To those citizens in the areas embraced by the Forbes Joint School District, and es-
pecially to their elected representatives, the Forbes Joint School Board, we extend our
warmest gratitude in appreciation for the educational interest and faith in the future citi-
zens of our country that has resulted in our having excellent, modern facilities with
which to work.
The Forbes High School is located on a site of thirty-three acres. lt is a one-story
brick structure, built of fire-resistant materials. It contains sixteen classrooms, offices, library,
health suite, homemaking department, faculty rooms, guidance room, music rooms, cafe-
teria, gymnasium, locker rooms equipped with individual lockers, wood shop, agricultural
shop, storage rooms, and individual lockers in the corridors.
The gymnasium has a playing court 84 feet by 50 feet and is equipped with six
basketball bank boards plus various other gymnastic equipment. Folding bleachers and
a large stage provide for a seating capacity of IOOO.
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GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OF l957:
lt is a pleasure to have this opportunity of extending
a greeting to each of the l957 graduates. You have re-
ceived your diploma, and I hope much happiness in life
will follow. I am sure it will if you follow a few simple
rules. First, you must get along with others. lf you be-
come a griper, you not only upset your own happiness
but the happiness of all those about you. Lincoln once
said: "There was something good that I could learn from
the worst man l knew." Next, I would encourage you to
develop good personal habits. By doing this you will en-
ioy better health. Good health and real happiness go
hand in hand. Next in your quest for real happiness you
must have the proper relationship to God. People who are
truly faithful to God are foreign to thoughts of personal
glory or wealth gained at the expense of iniury to others.
Their energies are focused upon purposes defined by
their Lord. In conclusion I say to you, if you follow the
Commandment, love thy neighbor, develop good habits,
and have a close fellowship with God you will not only
attain real happiness but will spread happiness wherever
You are now graduates of a fine school
so l urge you to keep in touch with it and
support its many activities.
Dorothy Wirbick and Janet Fetzer
With your graduation you will be leaving the doors of Forbes High School to enter
upon a new, and in many respects, a different way of life. Some of you will be going
on to college to continue preparation for your Iife's work, some of you will enter imme-
diately into the industrial and agricultural life of our communities, and still others will
enter the armed services of our country.
But whatever you choose to do, I sincerely hope that you will avail yourselves of
the boundless opportunities in this our complex and challenging world to make a better
and happier life for yourselves. For surely like all others, you will be trying to find real
ln your search for this happiness, the going will not always be smooth. At times
you will be beset with struggles and disappointments.
William N. Thomas shows us the way to achieve this happiness when he says: "True
happiness comes in giving. The greatest and perhaps the only perfect gift that we can
give to the world, is the gift of ourselves at our best, and that means not iust the skill
of our hands and the cunning of our brains, but our dreams, our finest resolutions, and
most solemn promises to ourselves."
l am sure that those of us whom you will be leaving here at Forbes will always be
ready to do all in our power to help you achieve the happiness that you desire.
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Left to Right: A. Mostoller, R. Donahue, P. Muro, W. Stufft, C. Strasiser.
We, the Seniors of Forbes High School, leave behind us the four happiest and most
memorable years of our lives. When in later life we review our earlier years, we will find that
the moments we spent at Forbes High School were the sweetest we have ever experienced.
We remember our first social function during our Freshmen year: a hot dog sale. We
also held a .movie that same year to increase our treasury-a trip to Washington after gradua-
tion being our final goal.
As Sophomores, we finally became upper classmen. We were an ambitious group, bust-
ling with a newly-found sense of importance at being in high school. We worked hard at our
two money-making events, a skating party and a bake sale.
Our Junior year was one of the most memorable of all. It was the year we received
our shiny new class rings with the letters "Class of l957" proudly engraved on them. lt was
also the year for planning the Prom, the Christmas Dance, the Halloween Dance, the Junior
Class Play, a skating party and several bake sales.
At last our Senior year arrived. We were especially pleased at being in the new school,
we had been looking forward to it for several years. The sporting events held a special in-
terest for us as our Senior athletes had a last fling at school sports. They did very well in foot-
ball, basketball, and baseball, and several of them received awards. Many of us took part in
the Senior Class Play, not only in the acting, but behind the scenes as well. The National
Honor Society induction ceremony will long be remembered. The Junior Class honored us
with the Sno-Ball Dance at Christmas and the spring Prom, the first big dances in the new gym-
nasium. The thrill of ordering name cards and announcements and the excitement of being meas-
ured for caps and gowns brought the second semester to an end. As Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement drew nearer, we realized that the years spent at Forbes High had been the hap-
piest years of our lives.
RICHARD LEE ARMAGOST
...likes to,eat . ..
hamburgers, french fries
and pizza rate high . . .
. . . took part in Radio,
Art, Dancing and Varsity
Clubs . . . trumpet player
in band for 5 years . . .
"Fog Island" and "Al-
most Summer" . . . ambi-
tion is to be a success.
ROBERT J. BERKEBILE . . .
Bob or Spatch . . . 5' ll"
. . . enioys food and a
certain iunior girl . . .
Journalism and Dancing
Clubs, Stage Crew and
Aerial are among his ac-
tivities . . . plans to work
in Buffalo, then to the Air
DOLORES JOAN BERKE-
BILE . . . Tootsie . ..
bashful . . . llkes dating,
good music and hamburg-
ers . . . participated in
Art and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs
. . . hopes to become an
Burger . . . likes food
and sports . . . active in
Danclng and Varsity Clubs,
Aerial Staff, Business Staff
NANCY HELEN CARBONE
ciety . . . likes spaghetti
and a certain Olds . . .
active in Dancing and
Journalism Clubs and For-
bian Staff . . . good com-
mercial student . . . am-
bition is to be a good
SHARON LYNN CUSTER
5' l" brown
hair and brown eyes . . .
driving her car and sew-
ing are her favorites . . .
participated in Radio and
Danclng Clubs, F. H. A.,
Tri-Hi-Y, mixed and girls'
choruses . . . desires to
be an airline hostess.
RONALD RAY DONAHUE
. . . Eagle Scout and Hon-
or Society . . . rts, sci-
ence, and hillblll: music
rate tops . . . member of
Radlo and Moth Clubs,
Aerial and Forbian Staff
and "Fog Island," senior
class secretary . . . am-
bition ls to be an engi-
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MARY ANN DONITZEN
. . . all around commer-
cial student . . . takes
pleasure in being alone
. .. activities include
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of Forblan, Stage Crew
. . . 3 letters ln football
l year of chorus
. . . aims to get a iob.
Journalism, Trl-Hi-Y, and
the Forblan Staff . . .
ambition is to become a
secretary and later marry.
MARTIN EAKLE . . . a
Forbes member since his
freshman year . . . a nice
fellow seen but not heard
. . . always with Jim . . .
likes listening to Mr. Law-
son explaining new rules
. . . future plans are un-
HELEN EMERICK . . . 5'
4" . . . commercial stu-
dent . . . enioys POD
and ice cream . . . par-
ticipated in Dancing and
Journalism Clubs, Aerial
and Forbian Staff . . .
"Almost Summer" and
'fFog lsland" . . . desires
to go to Long Island and
find a secretarial job.
WILLIAM RONALD EUTIN
Ron... Oh that
temper . . . president of
the Student Council . . .
enioys listening to Fats
Domino and dancing . . .
a member of Dancing
Club and Stage Crew
. . . good all around
. . . plans to ioin the Air
Pat or Patsy . . . a pert
maiorette . . . enioys be-
ing with Gerald . . . ac-
tive in Dancing, Tri-Hi-Y,
and Knitting Clubs, girls'
and mixed choruses . . .
desires to become a secre-
THOMAS GARDNER . . .
Tom . . . a baseball play-
er . . . food and baseball
rate . . . took part in
Journalism and Varsity
Clubs, Aerial and Forbian
Staffs . . . ambition is to
become an industrial art
JOHN WILLIAM GEORG
. . . Jack . . . honorable
mention in football . . .
basketball star . . . be-
longed to Dancing, Var-
sity, Athletic Clubs and
chorus . . . he likes good
food . . . ambition is to
be a beach comber.
CONSTANCE MAE GOHN
...Conni Mae . . . la-
vorite pastimes are read-
ing, cooking, and music
. . . active in band, For-
bian and Aerial Staff,
Student Council, Radio
Club . . . mixed and girls'
choruses . . . ambition is
to be a teacher.
JAMES A. HAHN . . .
Frosty . . . a hiphip fire-
man . . . likes Linda from
Holsopple, Mr. Adams,
Mr. Mish, and Miss Elliott,
swing band and math
. . . activities are Danc-
ing Club, Stage Crew
and Band . . . aims are
fire chief and undertaker.
MARY HAUSE . . . 5' 2"
. . . Honor Society . . .
enioys outdoor sports and
chicken . . . active mem-
ber in Journalism and Ra-
dio Clubs, and Aerial
Staff . . . "Almost Sum-
mer" and "Fog Island."
. . . well liked . . . am-
bition is to become a
BETTY LEE HOSTETLER
"Oh Dear" . . . a mem-
ber of Tri-Hi-Y, Knitting,
FH. A., band and mixed
chorus . . . dislikes con-
ceited people . . . likes
chocolate milk shakes,
sewing, and being with
a certain boy . . . ambi-
tion is to be a success.
DIXIE COLLEEN JOHN-
SON Dix or Gix
. . . a good dancer and
athlete . . . enioys eating
spaghetti . . . a member
of Dancing and Leaders'
Club future is un-
WILLIAM JURGEVICH, , ,
Willy or Bill . Class
Historian . . . County All-
Star football player . . .
participated in Varsity
Club, "AImost Summer,"
and chorus . . . delights
in spicy foods, women and
music . . . desires to be
SHIRLEY ANN KEITH . . .
Shay . . . soprano voice
. . . Maple Princess . . .
likes Mike, spaghetti and
pizza . . . dislikes oysters
. .. active in Tri-Hi-Y,
Knitting and Dancing
Clubs . . . also mixed
and girls' choruses. . .
"l almost flipped my lid"
.. . ambition is to be
LORETTA LEE KENNEDY
blue . . . enioys being
with Dave . . . belongs
to Art and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs
. . . very quiet . . . look-
ing forward to becoming
.IOAN KOSTRO . . . short
but sweet, and good all
around . . . a peppy
cheerleader . . . a mem-
ber of girls' chorus and
Dancing and Leaders'
Clubs . . . enioys danc-
ing and sports . . . a fu-
DU 'R ukocc ilk
JOHN EDWARD LEAZIER
. . . peaceful . . . took
part in Varsity and Danc-
ing Clubs, Business Staft
of Forbian, mixed chorus,
played 3 years of base-
ball and l year of foot-
ball . . . food and sports
rate high . . . ambition
is to obtain a good iob.
BARBARA ANN LIBERTY
. . . delights in football
games, pizza, and good
music . . . member of
Journalism and Art Clubs
and girls' chorus . . . stu-
dent director of both
plays . . . ambition is to
be a success.
JERRY S. LOHR . . . voted
best county baseball pitch-
er in '56 . . . enioys
movies, Sandy, and pizza
. . . participated in Jour-
nalism and Varsity Clubs,
Aerial and Forbian Staffs
. . . plans to attend
Cambria - Rowe Business
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JOAN McCLEMENS . . .
Honor Society . . . enioys
dancing and sports . . .
active in Radio and Jour-
nalism Clubs, Forbian and
Aerial Staffs . . . a
cheerleader . . . "Fog ls-
land" . . . ambition is to
be a success.
LINDA METZGAR . . . Lin-
da Lou . . . President of
the Honor Society . . .
food and fun rate high
. . . Editor of Forbian
. . . member of Journal-
ism, Radio, and Dancing
Clubs . . . "Fog Island,"
"Almost Summer" . . .
girls' and mixed choruses
. . . a future technician.
PHYLLIS KAY MILLER . . .
5' . . . Phil . . . listening
to the radio, spaghetti,
and letters are her favor-
ites . . . took part in Tri-
Hi-Y, Art, and Dancing
Clubs, and chorus
hopes to become a good
AADAM MOSTOLLER . . .
Honor Society . . . Eagle
Scout likes sports
and running around . . .
member of Radio and
Math Clubs, Forbian Staff
and mixed chorus
"Almost Summer" and
"Fog Island" . . . class
treasurer . . . ambition is
to be an electrical engi-
FAYANN MOSTOLLER . . .
brown eyes . . . 5' 2"
. . . delights in banana
splits, swimming, T. V.,
and dancing . . . came to
us from Somerset in her
senior year . . . member
of Aerial Staff, and Tri-
Hi-Y . . . ambition is to
be a secretary.
PAUL MURO . .. Buck
. . . What's it to you?
. . . likes Barbara . . .
a member of Varsity Club
. . . 3 letter man in foot-
ball, and senior class vice-
president . . . would like
to be a fur trapper in
GLORIA M. NAGY . . .
attended Shade High un-
til her iunior year . . .
participated in Dancing,
Leaders, Tri-Hi-Y, and
Knitting Clubs . . . girls'
chorus . . . dancing, eat-
ing, and a certain boy
rate high . . . ambition
PATRICIA ANN NEW-
COMER . . . Pat . . . Presi-
dent of F. H. A., member
of Dancing and Leaders'
Clubs, mixed and girls'
choruses and "Fog lsland"
. . . favorites are spa-
ghetti, cokes, and lots of
friends . . . ambition is a
DOLLEY IRENE PETERMAN
. . . dark hair and eyes
. . . skating and fried
chicken are tops . . .
member of Dancing, Knit-
ting, Journalism, and Tri-
Hi-Y Clubs, and both chor-
uses . . . ambition is to
be a success.
DONNA LOU RADER . . .
brown eyes and dark hair
. . . participated in Danc-
ing and Journalism Clubs,
girls' and mixed choruses
and "Fog Island" . . .
President of Tri-Hi-Y . . .
likes dancing and meet-
ing new people . . . am-
bition is ta go to a busi-
NORMA JEAN REXROTH
Rex . . . a good farmer
. . . ground breaker for
the new school a
member of Journalism
and Dancing Clubs, Tri-
Hi-Y and mixed chorus
. . . likes a '56 Ford and
horses . . . wishes to be
SHERTDAN L. RICE . . .
quiet and peaceful mem-
ber of the class who hails
from Reading . . . likes
chicken and outdoor
sports . . . mixed chorus
for 3 years . . . wishes
to attend Williamsport
JOSEPH CLAIR ROSEY
. . . Clair . . . an ideal
citizen . . . a member of
Journalism, Student Coun-
cil, and Drivers Ed. Club
. . . thumbs down on
people who complain
. . . good food rates tops
. . . wishes to become a
JOANN ROSE SCHO-
KORA ...5' 4"
Fall Festival Queen . . .
likes spaghetti, dancing,
baseball, and being with
Joe . . . participated in
Dancing, Journalism, and
Tri-Hi-Y Clubs, mixed
chorus and Forbian Staff
hopes to find a
GERALD ALLEN SHAFFER
. . . All-District honorable
mention in Football . . .
likes people with a sense
of humor . . . partici-
pated in Athletic and
Varsity Clubs "Al-
most Summer" and "Fog
lsland" . . . aims to be-
come a doctor.
NANCY JO SHAFFER ..
...Shaf. . .5'6". ..
Miss Senior of 1957 . . .
enioys dancing and driv-
ing a member of
Student Council, Journal-
ism Clubs . . . girls' and
mixed choruses . . . wishes
to become a beautician.
CARL ANTHONY STRA-
SISER 6' 3"
iust about tops .. . 3
years class president . . .
favorite pastimes are
sports, running around
and eating . . . active on
football, basketball, and
baseball teams . . . mem-
ber of Varsity Club and
Forbian Staff . . . desires
to get a good iob.
CATHERINE RUTH TIRKO
blue eyed brownette . . .
enioys spaghetti, banana
splits, dancing, and being
with Barry . . . a mem-
ber of mixed and girls'
choruses and a play ush-
er . . . "Ah Honey Hush"
. . . future beautician.
WILLIAM JAMES TIRKO
. . .Turk. . .5'6". . .
small but mighty . . .
likes sports and food . . .
a member of Journalism,
Stage Crew, Varsity, and
Hillside Aerial . . . also
a 2 letter man in football
. . . future undecided.
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The past and present are both full of happy and broadening experiences for the Senior Class
of l957. But the future? Well, let's take a look at it. Close your eyes and imagine yourself in the
year I967 .....
The scene is a large office in downtown Kantner. We are shown in by PHYLLIS MILLER. We also
see LORETTA KENNEDY seated near by, busily typing reports. And who's that behind the desk? Why,
CARL STRASISERI Mr. Strasiser is now president of the Kantner Airlines Corporation. Carl is having a
big reunion to celebrate the lOth anniversary of the graduation of the Class of '57 from Forbes High
School. NANCY CARBONE and JAMES TIRKO have been selected because of their excellent reporting
ability to find the rest of their classmates. They will be flown here by RICHARD ARMAGOST, a pilot
for the Corporation. The stewardess will be DONNA RADER, and SHERIDAN RICE, mechanic, will ac-
company us to service the plane. Let's go along and see what our former classmates are doing.
The initial stop will be New York, and the first person we see here is JOAN McCLEMENS, fashion
consultant. DIXIE JOHNSON is now doing fine as a Powers Model in this big city. While we are here
we see HELEN EMERICK, who holds a high position in a law firm on Long Island. Now we will cross the
Atlantic to England, where SHIRLEY KEITH is singing a command performance for the Queen. Trav-
eling with her is CATHERINE TIRKO, her makeup assistant and secretary. We cross the Channel into
France, where we stop in Paris. Here we see JOAN KOSTRO, a beauty consultant recommended to
all the models by Christian Dior, What now! Two American soldiers, PAUL MURO and WILLIAM STUFFT,
who seem to be enioying the night life of Paris. At the French Riviera we see BETTY HOSTETLER and
GLORIA NAGY enioying a dip in the Mediterranean with their husbands.
We take to the air again and head for sunny Italy. What's that we see? Why, the Leaning
Tower of Pisa isn't leaning any more since ADAM MOSTOLLER and RONALD DONAHUE, two famous
engineers, straightened it. Across the sea in the middle of Africa we see CLAIR ROSEY teaching the
natives to read and write.
On to China now. Are my eyes deceiving .me? I guess not. It really is THOMAS GARDNER and
JERRY LOHR, the famous baseball players who are here with their team, the Kantner Krushers, for an
exhibition game. They are surely having a rough time trying to eat with chopsticks.
We'll turn toward home on the last leg of our iourney. But wait, Richard. We must go back to
Hawaii. As we were flying over the island we caught a glimpse of ROBERT BERKEBILE and RONALD
EUTIN in their Sailor Suits taking dancing lessons from the native girls.
Well, here we are, back in the good old U. S. A. The city? Hollywood, of course, where we are
greeted by NANCY JO SHAFFER, a beautician who is very popular with the stars. She takes us to
the elaborate office of FRED BERKEBILE, famous producer-director. Also residing in California with her
husband is the former FAYANN MOSTOLLER.
Ya hooo, Pardnerl We stopped in Wyoming to see NORMA REXROTH, the proud owner of a
fine horse ranch. She is being visited at the present time by DOLORES BERKEBILE and SHARON CUSTER,
who are on vacation from their secretarial iobs in Washington. They tell us to visit Los Alamos be-
cause the famous scientific team, BARBARA LIBERTY and MARY HAUSE, are there working an a top-secret
Let's hop down to Denver to visit the exclusive dress shop run by PATRICIA NEWCOMER and JOANN
SCHOKORA. We will stop in Texas to see JOHN LEAZIER who is doing very well as an oil tycoon.
Once again we are in good old Pennsylvania. To be exact, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We visit
the Shaffer Memorial Hospital to see GERALD SHAFFER, head surgeon. LINDA METZGAR has made sev-
eral important discoveries during her work as a lab technician. The former PATRICIA FLEEGLE, now mar-
ried, also lives in Pittsburgh and does social work here. .
Now we will stop in a town even closer to home: Somerset. located here is the office of the
President of the Pennsylvania Fireman's Association. And who is the president? JAMES HAHN, of course.
His able assistant is MARTIN EAKLE. DOLLEY PETERMAN, tourist guide for the rapidly expanding resort
town, invites us to visit the beautiful Lake Somerset. Why, there's JACK GEORG, he's head lifeguard of
all the beach. ln a lovely new house along the Stoystown Road we find the former MARY ANN
DONITZEN. She tells us happily that her occupation is "housewife."
We will return to our starting place, Kantner, to pay a visit to Forbes High School. We are
welcomed back by CONNI GOHN, a teacher in her old Alma Mater.
The future looks bright indeed, doesn't it? But, like most other peeks into the future, it is all
wishful thinking. Only time will tell what is really in store for the optimistic Senior Class of l957.
TWELFTH GRADE ELEVENTH GRADE
Class Officers Class Officers
President ......,.... ...... C arl Strasiser President .,...,..., .,..... C arl Strasiser
Vice President ...... ...,.,..,. P aul Muro Vice President ..,.. ...... R onald Donahue
Secretary ..,..,,,.... .... R onald Donahue Secretary .......... ...,....... J can Kostro
Treasurer ,.,.,,.. ..... A dam Mostoller Treasurer ,,..,.. ,.,,,, A dam Mostoller
Class Advisors ...... ............,.............. M rs. Bittner Class Advisors ..... ..................... M rs. Bittner
Mr. Adams Mr. Adams
Student Council ........ Ronald Eutin, Nancy Shaffer Student Council ,,........,. Ronald Eutin, Conni Gohn
Conni Gohn, Clair Rosey Nancy Shaffer, B. Knecht
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ice President ..,..,. ...,. F red Berkebnle Vice President ..A--4 I DAQI Conni Gohn
Secretary ......... ..... L inda Metzgar
Treasurer .......,.., ,.,.. A dam Mostoller secrelary """' """""' J can Kosho
Class Historian ...,.. ....., W illiam Stufft Tfeasufef -'-'--- --'-'- A dam M05l0lle'
Class Advisors .,,,.,.,,., ,,...,, Mr. Pfeffer Class Advisors ...... ......... ....... M r . Zimmerman
Miss Elliott Mr. Svitchan
Student Council ............ Joan Kostro, Ronald Eutin Student Council ........ Helen Emerick, Conni Gohn
Nancy Shaffer, James Tirko Nancy Shaffer, James Tirko
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1957, express
appreciation to Mr. Kenneth Adams, who has been our class
visor for the last two years. He has helped us very much in
activities and we are proud to have had him help us along
way. In that this is Mr. Adams' last year at Forbes, we wish
success in the years to come.
The Annual Somerset County Fall Fes-
tival was held in October of this term in
connection with Pennsylvania Week. The
purpose of the Festival was to better ac-
quaint the people of Somerset County
with the various activities and industries
in the area.
Each school chose a queen to reign
over one event at the Festival, which in-
cluded such events as a Parade, a dins
ner at Oakhurst Tearoom, a Square
Dance, and the Coronation Ball.
The queen chosen to represent Forbes
High School was Her Maiesty, Joann
Schokora. Joann, who has blonde hair
and blue eyes, is an attractive member
of the senior class. She wore a light
green gown, and she made a lovely Fall
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The Maple Queen of Somerset Coun-
ty is chosen each year from contestants
representing high schools of the county.
These contestants, known as princesses,
are selected by methods which vary with
The winner this year will be 'Pennsyl-
vania's Queen Maple the Tenth, and the
two runners-up will become Maids of
Honor. All other contestants will become
princesses in the Maple Queen's court.
Miss Shirley Keith, a blue-eyed
blonde, is the Maple Princess from Forbes
this year. She was chosen on a basis of
personality, appearance, and talent by
three outside judges in a contest held on
January 4 at our school. Shirley has a
lovely soprano voice, and has selected as
her talent number the song, "Let My Song
Fill Your Heart."
G. Peden, F. Krevetski, J. Leverknight, P. Rice, T. Fyock,' D. Weaklond, J. Anderson, J. Snyder.
D Rose P. Dill, A. Evenech, R. Charlton, W. Maneer, M. Henry, R. Jock, C. Keith, S. Ober.
R. Croyle, M. Dryburg, D. Ringler, C. Zimmerman, S. Yoder, A. Troutman, J. Zborovancik, W. Gerney.
L. Marston, S. Brown, M. Koontz, J. Armagost, R. Lambert, P. Stanko, M. Strelko, S. Zimmerman,
Absent: B. Tokar, H. Dom.
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The Seniors of 1958 have proved reliable and dependable as they strive for
their goal. You can find them doing everything. For instance, they are well repre-
sented on the honor roll, they are outstanding in sportsp and many of them are
active in chorus and band. We, the Senior Class of 1957, wish them every success
as they take our places next year.
President ....,. , WILLIAM MANEER
Vice President ,,,,. .,.,.. P ATRICIA DILL
Secretary ..,,., . ,...,.,,. BARRY TOKAR
Treasurer .... ..... F RANK KREVETSKI
TOP: C. Logue, J. Loncltcnr, W. Mrogik, R. Fulton, P. Strellco, E. Diehl, G. Clark, J. Corbone.
THIRD: M. Fleegle, D. Butler, D. Armagost, S. Makay, L. Moore, J. Miller, J. Fleegle, D. Stotler.
SECOND: G. Holpit, E. Lisbon, R. Mcnges, M. McDowell, R. Tirko, M, Griffith, C. 'Wilson, C. Hunter.
FIRST: Mr. Pfeffer, D. Day, N. Walker, D. Brant, E. Wingord, C. Kovock, D. Ross, S. Clark.
Leif to Right.
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J. Corbett, R. Mcxnges
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TOP: F. Weible, J. Janidlo, E. Croyle, E. Grebeclr, N. Walker, H. Mincek, T. Ringler G Shaver
THIRD: B. Mostoller, J. Strelko, J. Corbett, E. Haupt, D. Peden, N. Peden, A. Rice J Lohr
SECOND: D. Koontz, J. Custer, S. Retassie, I. Holley, W. Bassett, B. Reed, I.. Carbone, 8 Shroyer
FIRST: P. Kolesko, S. Rodger, D. Shaffer, S. Worsell, G. Putman, B. Rininger, C. Swope D Knopsnyder
Absent: V. Fulton.
Meet the Class of l959. This class will undoubtedly go far in improving our
school, and when l959 rolls around, the members will look back on these years
with many fond memories. A well-rounded class, this group can look forward to
many broadening experiences as they complete their remaining years of school
Left to Right:
G. Riddell, J. Wirbick
E. Miller, D. Walker
Are you looking for pep? Find the Freshmen. They have it. The Greenies
of the school are making a splendid start in preparing for the years ahead. They
are enthusiastic over many of the school activities, they are especially interested
in sports. They are eagerly awaiting their years as upper classmen and are
preparing to meet them with as much pep and energy as they have had in pre-
President ......... ,..,. J ACKIE WIRBICK
Vice President .... .... G ARY RIDDELL
Secretary ......... ...... E LAINE MILLER
Treasurer .... DONALD WALKER
TOP: J, Zimmerman, H. Miller, R. Fusina, J. Gorsuch, T. Thompson, L. Manges.
SECOND: R. Zipfel, K. Bruening, T. Tirko, L. House, D. Walker, J. Toth, L. Shaffer.
FIRST: R. Pysnik, I. Shaulis, B. Dixon, R. Custer, J. Wirbick, P. Newcomer, S. Clayton, J. Vought, Mr. Rodger.
Absent F Rose
Left to Right: T. Swank, K. Koontz, M. Miller, R. Shaver.
President ..,.,, .... R OBERT SHAVER
Vice President ..,, .,,,,..... K AY KOONTZ
Secretary ,,.. MARY JANE MILLER
Treasurer .... .,... T ERRY SWANK
TOP: A. Fritz, C. Berkebile, C. Fish, C. Bentz, J. Ashbrook, L. Eakle.
THIRD: D. Foust, D. Dora, P. Georg, G. Alexander, J. Corbett, G. Bentz, S. Gindleperger.
SECOND: L. Day, D. Alumbaugh, P. Charlton, R. Bassett, L. Dunmeyer, L. Bracken, G. Boyer, G. Boyer
FIRST: D. Decker, D. Bruening, S. Carbone, B. Armagost, R. Fish, R. Georg, D. Chasar, Mrs. Leaf.
Absent: D. Boyer.
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F. Holsopple, J. Malner, B. Miller, T. Miller, N. Kovack, V. Long, D. Nagy, J. Monges.
R, McVicker, J. Lawrence, M. J. Miller, S. Peterman, D. Hunter, D. Massung, R. McGowan.
K. Koontz, N. House, J. O'Roark, J. Ncugle, R. Krone, P. Mincek, J. Jock, C. Knopsnyder.
M. Kennedy, R. Henry, B. Koontz, L. Hoffman, N. Krone, R. Hoffman, R. Kovack, C. Kovcck, Mrs. Bock
E. Shaffer, W. Stelko, G. Turner, L. Rader, C. Pizer, W. Stulzman, T. Pugh.
T. Swank, C. Shroyer, D. Sfotler, J. Wentz, M. Sniecienski, C. Sehn, E. Waltos, N. Phillips.
E. Shontofski, K. Powell, B. Pfeffer, G. Shaulis, S. Peterman,'R. Shaver, E. Retassie.
J. Zimmerman, R. Reed, A. Shonlofski, 'P. Strelko, J. Strelko, L. Walker, J. Rosenbaum, J. Swope,
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President .,,,.,., HAROLD SHAFFER
Vice President ,,,... .,.. H OMER LEAZIER
Secretary ,,.A, ..,.. C AROL PYSNIK
Treasurer ..,. HOLLY SHEPLEY
TOP: E. Nagy, V. Gohn, J. Boyer, C. Long, V. Varner, M. Berkebile, S. Snyder.
THIRD: D. Boyer, R. Brown, B. Zborovancik, W. Dunmeyer, B. Snyder, G. Berkebile, N. Walker, R. Shaver
SECOND: J. Dixon, S. Carbone, S. Lebda, J. Murphy, V. Stutzman, P. Pugh, L. Felhauer.
FIRST: S. Pugh, M. Lebda, N. Stotler, L. Swope, S. Logue, C. Pysnik, H. Shepley, D. Croyle, Mr. Dickey.
Absent: B. Sanders.
TOP. D. Dinning, J. Custer, D. Brant, R. Leasock, H. Leazier, J. Corbett, C. Babalonis, J. Leverknight.
SECOND: R. Alexander, C. Birch, C. Brant, K. Brown, J. Haddix, G. Berkebile, J. Lake.
FIRST: K. Keith, M. Grebeck, W. Blasco, D, Lohr, L. Emerick, R. Hanes, J. Kennedy, G. Gerney, Mr. Werner.
TOP: T. Shaffer, S. Makay, R. Mcschue, J. Ringler, D. Turner, J. Miller, J. Ringler, E, Snyder,
SECOND: M. Saiko, T. Rader, J. Weakland, C. Maneer, J. Young, L. Newcomer, R. Stevanus.
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TOP: Mr. Pfeffer, T. Fyoclr, R. Fusina, G. Peden, C. Strasiser, W. Stufft, J. Georg, F. Krevetslri, G. Bentz
SECOND: J. Yerovsek, G. Shaffer, F. Berkebile, J. Potochar, R. Armagost, L. Rader.
FIRST: R. Georg, R. Custer, D. Walker, E. Stotler, T. Thompson, J. Leazier, J. Tirko, W. Gerney, C. Bentz.
The Forbes Jets, ably coached by Mr. Pfeffer and Mr. Statnick, contributed a successful
schedule this year reflecting a true spirit of sportsmanship ond a real sense of loyalty to our new
school. May we always have cause to be proud of the type of athlete that represents Forbes in
every phase of its sports program.
Mr. Statnick, Mr. Pfeffer
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J. McClemens, P. Dill, M. Shaver, J. Kostro
TOP TO BOTTOM: J. Tirko, F. Krevetski, C. Strosiser, E. Stotler, J. Georg W Stufft R Fusmo G Shaffer J Yerovsek
J. Pofochcr, F. Berkebile.
Berlin ,,,,,,,,,, Forbes
Penns Manor Forbes
United Joint Forbes
Southmonl .. Forbes
laurel Valley Forbes
Turkeyfoot , Forbes
Ligonier .... Forbes
CO-CAPTAINS: F. Krevetski, W. Sluffl Hurry fellowgl H5 game time
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TOP: G. Shaffer, F. Weible, J, Lohr, Mr. Dickey, C. Strasiser, F. Krevetski, T. Gardner.
BOTTOM: E. Croyle, J. Leozier, J. Henry, D. Rose, E. Grebeck, M, Henry, V. Fulton, D. Walker.
Strike one! Strike two! Strike three! Any player
would be'out then, but our team was not out, for
we won the co-championship of the district during
the 1956 season. Headed by captains. Ron Bowers
and Stanley Greybeck, our baseball team per-
formed to the credit of our school turning in five
victories, one tie and one loss. Graduating letter-
men are Carl Strasiser, Tom Gardner, John Leazier,
Jerry lohr and Gerald Shaffer. Under the able
guidance of coach Jack Dickey, the team is plan-
ning for another championship team next year.
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Left to Right:
C. Kovack, E. Haupt,
J. McClemens, P. Dill,
M. Shaver, J. Kostro.
Left to Right: M. Henry, W. Maneer, D. Weakland, J. Georg, C. Strosiser, G. Peden, F. Krevetski, B, Tokar,
E. Stotler, J. Henry, Mr. Pfeffer.
Windber ....... 44 Forbes
Dale ............ ...... 6 5 Forbes
Southmont ....... ......, 6 3 Forbes
Dole ,........... ...... 6 4 Forbes
Southmont ....... ....... 7 3 Forbes
Windber ...... .,..... 6 6 Forbes
Somerset ...... ....... 4 9 Forbes
Shade Twp. .... 39 Forbes
Stonycreek ....... .... 4 0 Forbes
Salisbury ......... .... 4 5 Forbes
Meyersdale ........ .,.. 2 7 Forbes
Chestnut Ridge ..... .... 2 8 Forbes
Turkeyfoot Valley ........ 47 Forbes
J. B. J. .............,... .... 5 l Forbes
Rockwood .... ..,. 73 Forbes
Berlin ........ .... 4 7 Forbes
Somerset ...... .... 7 7 Forbes
Shade Twp. ...., .... 6 8 Forbes
Stonycreek ...... .... 4 8 Forbes
Salisbury ............... .... 3 9 Forbes
Meyersdale .............,.... 35 Forbes
Chestnut Ridge ..
J. B. J. ............. .
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STANDING, Left to Right: D. Walker, E. Grebeck, P. Strelko, H. Miller, E. Croyle, F. Weible, Mr. Dickey, R. Fus no
J. Gorsuch, M. Zborovoncik, R. Fulton, W. Mrogik. J. Custer.
KNEELING: J. O'Roark, R. Custer, C. Logue, G. Retassie, R. Henry.
Southmont . .
Dale . ..... ,,
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Salisbury ,. .. ,
Chestnut Ridge .,... ,
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Shade .,..,.... .
Salisbury .. ,. ,
Chestnut Rrdge .............,
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Rockwood . .
Mr. Dickey and Mr. Pfeffer
A. Lake, T. Gardner, R. Berkebile, T. Fyock
Come on boys!
Get that ball!
Preparing for action.
He speaks for Democracy
Iv's all in knowing how!
Ready, set, type.
Learning the business
Homemakers of tomorrow
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Left to Right: N. Carbone, R. Donahue, A. Mostoller, L. Metzgar, C. Strasiser, T. Gardner, J. McClemens, H. Emerick
The senior class of 1957 leaves with you a part of themselves. The many people
who helped to make this possible leave many memories from the 1956-1957 term through
the various pictures and descriptions. Beginning with the front cover, which displays a
picture of the beautiful new school from which the class of 1957 has the honor of being
the first to graduate, there is a treasure of pictures, teachers, students, and glimpses of real
fun that was enioyed by everyone. Last, but not least, we have the advertisers who have
been largely responsible for the success of the FORBIAN.
We ofthe staff wish to thank all who helped with this 1957 edition of the
FORBIAN, and we hope that this edition will help keep the memories of events and stu-
dents of Forbes Joint High School with you always.
Left to Right:
' D. Rader, J. Schokora,
F. Mostoller, B. Berkebile,
J. Kostro, M. Donitzen.
Lefl fo Righf: P. Muro, C. Sirosiser, R. Armagost, F. Berkebile, R. Berkebile, J. Leozier
T. Gardner, J. Tirko, G. Shaffer, J. Lohr. Advisor: Mr. Pfeffer.
SUBSCRIPTION STAFF ,
M. House, M. Donitzen, D. Johnson Let's check it, boys!!!
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Left to Right: P. Dill, C. Escherich, N. Shaffer, T. Gardner, J. Barnett, J. Dinning,
C. Gohn, J. Corbett, W. Moneer.
Edntor .,.....,.........,....,,,,,,. . ,..,, CONNI GOHN
Associate Editors ...,.,,,.... JUDY DINNING
Feature Editor ..,. ....,..
NANCY J. SHAFFER
Alumni ,..,. HELEN EMERICK
Subscriptions ,.,...........,............. CLAIR ROSEY
RONALD DONAHUE, JERRY LOHR
Circulation ..........................,... FRED BERKEBILE
BARBARA LIBERTY, SHARON CUSTER
Typlsts ,,,,., ..... J OAN MCCLEMENS
ANNA M. EVENICH
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BACK ROW: N. Rexroth, N. Mos-
foller, F. Mostoller, N. Peden,
FRONT ROW: J. Kostro, J. Mc-
Clemens, S. Custer, B. Liberty.
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BACK ROW: M. House, C. Rosey,
R. Donohue, R. Berkebile, H.
Emerick, J. Lohr, F. Berkebile.
FRONT ROW: M. Shaver, E.
Croyle, N. Corbone.
The senior play cast and committees
The Junior Class play, "Almost Summer," was presented on April 12, 1956, under the direction
of Mrs. Frances Trent. "Almost Summer" was a three-act comedy about the life of a teen age boy his
family, and school troubles, written by Christopher Sergel. The cast included:
Paul Jones .,,,,,
Mrs. Jones ,.A.,
Mr. Jones .A,..,
Jane ,,,,.,,,,,,,.. ..
Mr. Smudgely ..,.,. . .. ,.... Bill Stufft
Anne ....s,,.,,, .. .. ,..,, Mary Hause
Lilah Johnson , .,,,,.s...,,,,s, ,,,,,,.,, . . , Donna Rader
"Fog Island," under the direction of Mrs.
Frances Trent, was presented on November 20,
1956. "Fog Island" was a suspense play in three
acts written by E. Clayton McCarty.
The cast included:
Mrs. Williams ...........
Jerry Martin ........
Sheriff Doolittle .,
Hazel Summers ....
Ann Wickcliffe ......
Johannah Green .....
Priscilla Ralston .,....
.. Helen Emerick
. Linda Metzgar
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SITTING: J. Custer, D. Rose, W. Gerney. M0
STANDING: J. Janidlo, D. Butler, C. Rosey, C, Gohn, M. Shaver, S. Brown, D. Peden, Mr. Law-
son, R. Eutin.
The Student Council, under the guidance of Mr. Charles Lawson, is the student gov-
ernment of our school, There are two representatives from each sophomore, iunior, and
senior homeroom. These law-makers meet periodically to consider the timely and pressing
problems facing the students. The council was very active this year in collecting baskets of
food for the needy during the Christmas holiday season, sponsoring the milk and cookie
snack after each home basketball game, and initiating the annual "Maroon and White
Day" at Forbes.
SITTING, Left to Right: N. Walker, L. Bracken, G. Shaulis, I. Varner, Mr. Zimmer-
man, B. Holsopple, D. Lohr, J. Mull.
M 6 0 STANDING, Left to Riaht: D. Hunter, J. O'Roark, H. Miller.
The Junior High Student Coun
cil is composed of twelve mem- . .
bers from the iunior-high home-
rooms. These underclassmen as-
sumed their role of leadership
when the outcome of a success-
ful magazine drive was an-
nounced. This group, under the
sponsorship of Mr. Thomas Zim-
merman, also purchased decora-
tions for and donated a beautiful
tree for the hall of our school
during the holiday season.
President ........ Adam Mostoller
Vice President ., Ronald Donahue
Secretary .....,...... Linda Metzgar
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Left to Right, R. Donahue, L. Metzgar, N. Carbone, M. House, C. Gohn, A. Mostoller, J. McClemens
The National Honor Society, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Evelyn Bittner, is this year
celebrating its third anniversary at Forbes High School. This group of select students chosen by
the faculty on the basis of character, leadership, service, and scholarship is expected to set
good examples in all phases of school activity and to carry this "light" to others throughout their
lives. The activities for the term included the presentation of an impressive candlelight induc-
tion ceremony for new members, the composition of a iunior-senior student activity file, an
Honor Society alumni file, and a scrapbook, weekly devotions over the public address system,
a tea honoring all honor roll students, a spelling-bee assembly, and the maintaining of the
main hall bulletin board.
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Treasurer . ...... ..
Reporter ..... .....
. Carol Escherich
Advisor .... Mrs. Alice Witt
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Secretary ....... ,....
Treasurer ....... .....
Advisor ....... ....
.. Barbara Liberty
Mrs. Nina Horn
President ..... ...... A nn Troutma
Secretary .... ...... S hirley Brow
Treasurer ......., ....,........ S hirley Brow
Advisor ....... ...... M rs. Frances Tren
President ,. ..........,..,
lsecretary. .... .,
, ....... Donna Rader
Mrs. Evelyn Bittner
'Vice President .,.... ,..... i... . J ack Henry
Secretary ..,.... ........ M elda McDowell
-Advisor .... ...... M r. Kenneth Adams
SR. JOURNALISM CLUB
resident .,.....,..,......... Thomas Gardner
ice President ,.,...
halrman .... . .,....,.,,... .ludy Dinning
dvlsor .... ....... M iss Josephine Elliott
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AUDIO VISUAL CLUB
SENIOR LEADERS' CLUB
Captains .... Carol Escherich
Co captains .......,. Janet Barnett
Advisor ..... Mrs. June Bock
DRIVERS EDUCATION CLUB
President ,.......... Clair Rosey
Vice President Charlotte Zimmerman
Secretary .,,,.... Lula Marston
Treasurer .... Deanna Ringler
Advisor Mr. Chester Pfeffer
President ........,........,.. Adam Mostoller
Vice President ........ Ronald Donahue
Secretary ......... ......... P atricia Dill
Advisor ...,.. .... M r. John Rodger
President .......................... James Tirko
Vice President .........,,... William Stufft
Secretary .......... ......,. C arl Strosiser
Treasurer ....... ........., W illiom Moneer
Advisor ....... ...... M r. Stephen Statnick
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
President .,.............. Barbara Holsopple
Vice President .........,...... Elaine Miller
Setretury ......... .... F lossie Holsopple
Treasurer .... Flossie Holsopple
Advisor ..... Mr. Jack Dickey
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Advisor ...................... Mrs. June Bock
President ,...., .................. J ohn Gorsuch
Vice President .,........ John Rosenbaum
Secretary ........ ....... R obert Shaver
Treasurer ..... ....... D onna Angelo
Advisor ....... ...... M rs. Zona Hare
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Advisor ....... Mrs, Alice Witt
President .............,..,..... Richard Georg
Secretary ....... ......,. .I erry Corbett
Advisor .,.. .,..... M r. Charles Clark
JR. JOURNALISM CLUB
President ............. 4. ....
Mrs. Estella Leaf
Advisor ......,.....,....,.. Mr. John Winters
Mr. Ellis Werner
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The senior band, under the
baton of Mr. Stanley Mish, has
completed another year full of
excellent achievements. Joan Wir-
bick, heading the group of snap-
py maiorettes, led the marching
band in several firemen's pa-
rades, Memorial Day parades,
and at half-time shows during
football games. The annual
spring concert and the spring
band festival were well received.
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SECOND D Peden N Peden T Gardner D Armagost A Evenech J Gorsuch, D. Shaffer, A. Fritz, D.
Dunning D Lohr J Rlnqler V Long D Decker C Zimmerman R Fusina, J. Lawrence, C. Young.
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TOP: J. Strelko, B. Hostetler, J. Dinning, R. Croyle, D. Johnson, P. Dill, C. Esherick, J. Wirbick, B. Stufft, J. Georg,
P. Rice, A. Secrest, H. Mincek, A. Evenich, P. Newcomer, G. Shaver, L. Metzgar, S. Keith.
FIFTH: J. Zborovanick, D. Armagost, N. Peden, D. Ringler, D. Peden, E. Haupt, C. Zimmerman, T. Gardner, A. Shaffer,
J. Lohr, S. Ober, D. Butler, J. Corbett, J. Lohr, M. Dryburg, J. Mezack, M. Paul.
FOURTH: M. Koontz, S. Retassie, P. McGowan, L. Moore, H. Emerick, J. McClemens, A. Troutman, R. Berkebile, T. Fyock,
J. Leverknight, F. Berkebile, N. Mostoller, D. Rader, C. Gohn, L. Walker, G. Nagy, I. Holley, C. Hunter.
THIRD: J. Armagost, S. Brown, P. Clark, M. McDowell, B. Reed, D. Peterman, D. Rose, D. Armagost, A. Mostoller,
B. Berkebile, G. Shaffer, W. Bassett, M. Griffith, G. Holpit, S. Clark, L. Marston, E. Hay.
SECOND: D. Ross, P. Stanko, D. Knopsnyder, P. Georg, P. Kolesko, R. Manges, C. Rosey, D. Shaffer, R. Donahue, P.
Muro, R. Charleton, T. Ringler, L. Carbone, M. Shaver, J. Barnett, F. Mostoller, S. Custer, S. Rodger.
FIRST: Miss Cagley, J. Sheeler, P. Miller, D. Brant, S. Worsell, D. Shaffer, B. Morgan, J. Kostro, A. Rice, J. Leazier
B. Miller, C. Wilson, B. Lambert, K. Tirko, M. Strelko, P. Fleegle, C. Kovack, E. Wingard, B. Rininger, S. Zim:
D. Armagost, G. Shaffer, J. Lohr,
T- Gafdfwff MISS CUQIBY One of the largest departments of F. H. S. is 0
Vocal Department, under the skillful direction of Mi
E Mary Cogley. Composed of the mixed chorus, the girl
N chorus, the boys' chorus, the iunior Forbettes, and t
A girls' ensemble, this department has sung its w
Rv through another year of note-worthy accomplishmen
,Al Q by participating in the Christmas program, Dedicati
4' U of our new school, the County Festival at Conemau
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A 5 Baccalaureate and Commencement Services.
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ROUTE 53 HOOVERSVILLE
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Steel Dump Bodies and Hydraulic Hoists
FOR ALL SIZE CHASSIS
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2 South Center Avenue
2 SOMERSET PENNA.
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3 Special S
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2 IENNERSTOWN, PA.
Q Terrace Chevrolet Company Q
S SALES and SERVICE
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Banquets - Class Reunions - Dinners - Summer Stock
GREEN GABLES NEW STUDIO BARN
Unusual Settings for Important Large Dinners
BA NQUETS - REUNIQNS - CLUB DINNERS
Swimming and Boating-Ice Skating and Skiing
PHONES: BOSWELL 9443 or 3512
2 V. R. Paul Coal Company if
S HOUSE COAL STOKER AND RIM
S Stoystown 3676 Stoystown 3835 .
Q R. D. No. 3 .9
3 Stoystown Pennsylvania
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K, Stoystown Pennsylvania Q
Boswell Lumber Company
Manufacturers and Distributors
Quality Building Material
OAK FLOORING AND TRIM
COMPLETE WOOD WINDOW UNITS
Phone MA 9-2781
PEOPLES STATE BANK
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S Check Save Borrow
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2 SOMERSET TRUST COMPANY
3 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat S
3 H. J. SPECHT Gm SON
3 Hardware Furniture Explosives Q
S REFRICERATION BUILDING
3 MINE AND FARM SUPPLIES
S Counter and Table Service -f Air Condition-ed
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Q Let the Beacon Be Your Guiding Light S
3 Route 219-lust North of Somerset Somerset 2483
G. H. "Hen" Strong
5255 Edgewood Avenue Somerset, Pa.
Phone: 4078 - 4667
HHOME OF THE STEEL TREAD"
SPAGHETTI - PIZZA
ROOF GARDEN DRIVE-IN
'sE'njoy Movies Under the Starsv
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3 E. H. S H O C K E Y
Clover Farm Stores
PHONE: TW-3-3132 or TW-3-3523
J. MILLARD GARDNER
LOCAL AND INTERSTATE
MOVING AND STORAGE
WILLIAM C. ARMAGOST 8: SONS
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Q Hlgh School Semors!
Q GLOSSER BROTHERS extends hearty congratulations S
Q to The Forbes Ioint High School Graduating Class of
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF '57
Windber Plumbing Gm Supply Co.
1224 Graham Avenue
P 11 o 1 o g r a p h y
Phone 58442 504 Main Street
MAKE YOUR FUTURE SECURE
K. H. WAGNER AGENCY
D. No. 2 Stoystown, Penna. Q
"All Types of Insurance"
HOOVERSVILLE NATIONAL BANK 2
BEAUTY SHOP lp
Ph 2705 SOMERSET
R- D-1 co.
Hooversville Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania
Highland Tank Manufacturing Company
EQUIPMENT BUILT T0 ENDURE
B. J. MAURER MOTOR COMPANY
Your Friendly Ford Dealer for 32 Years
FRANK LIBERTY AND FAMILY
C0llg::l?lilLtiOllS H U N T E R , S
8: 313 Center Street
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SZ CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OI" 1957
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2 GOVERNOR THEATER
3 The Beauties of Cinemascope
3 The Wonders of Sterophonic Sound
E SOMERSET PENNSYLVANIA 3
SOMERSET BUS COMPANY
E ATLAS PRINTING COMPANY E
Q Book Room
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Q BIBLES - BOOKS - GIFT ITEMS
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DANCING EVERY SATURDAY
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GROCERIES -- FROZEN FOODS - FRESH MEATS
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S Somerset Pennsylvania
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'M TABLELAND DELUXE TURKEYS
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Q Congratulations from Q
BOLDT MACHINERY AND TOOLS
i 16 WEST 12th STREET ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA
INTEGRITY - SERVICE - SALES
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3 IOHNSTOWN'S LEADING IEWELERS
2 Congratulations to the 1957 Graduates
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Q Phone 2115
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Q BEN PETERS
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9 LOHR'S SERVICE
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9 Phone 4675
166 West Patriot St. Somerset
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BODY WORKS PAINTING If
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SHONBERG'S B R U N O ' S
CLOTHING .... SHOES
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
301 Center St. Boswell Boswell POHHSYIVUHIU
ROY E. SHAULIS D0N'S
8 SON SERVICE STATION
International Trucks-Pontiac Cars
Phone 6170 Phone 9421 R. D. No. 2
245-251 East Patriot St. Somerset Berlin, Pennsylvania
3 EMERALD PARK O. SPANGLER'S
3 RESTAURANT CABINS NURSERY
Q senvucs sIAIlONs S' Phone 3293 .
2 Stoyslown Pennsylvania EVERGREENS
45 Compliments ot Compliments of
SERVICE STATION ROSE'S BARBER SHOP
Sfoystown pennsylvania Sfoysfown Pennsylvania
Q BEST WISHES R. C. BLOOM HARDWARE
PAUL R. BLANSET
Phone - Holsopple 3634
Comlfimenfs Of BALTZER'S IEWELRY
H0RNER'S AND GIFT SHOP
R. D. N5?TATO Fpglfgllen 2660 COMPLIMENTS OF CLASS OF 1957
Smysmwnl pennsylvania Hooversville Pennsylvania
Compliments ot Compliments of
HELMAN S STORE ATLANTIC SERVICE
R- D- NO- 2 EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS QQ
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Kantner Pennsylvania ON ROUTE 53
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5 HENRY'S ELECTRIC PALAZZFS TAVERN
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lla Somerset New Centerville Plwne 2983
Q H1000 4837 Phone Rwd. 3268 Hooversville Pennsylvania
J FINDLEY'S PHARMACY MARSIN'S TAVERN S
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