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. S .R- ,, . . ,, Q., ' x.. LN A as 59 I.. QL 'FT f L I I f-0" 'f Y. - A Mr. and Miss Senior FRANK KREVETSKI AND MARYLIN SHAVER PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS FORBES JOINT HIGH SCHOOL KANTNER, PENNSYLVANIA il -i -,541 geoficallion We, the students ol the graduating class ot 1958, are both honored and privileged to dedicate our yearbook to the man who has given us so much ot his time and knowledge during our high school years. We will always recall the cheery smile and kindly manner of Mr. Rodger when our thoughts turn back to our high school days. We extend our most sincere thanks to you, Mr. Iohn Rodger. May you continue to be an inspiration to the future students ot Forbes High School as you were to us. o Q' .A 1 i?1?.zQ ' .rl . . yn X . .5 T , ' 1, ' J 'J 1' 9: lun. Gifmznzgfmfzm W., -.........x................. Obit 564 vo! fl 'CLI Left to right-M. Schiffhauer, E. Custer, R. Meyers, C. Fisher, I. E. Whisker, C. Zufcrll, M. Spangler, F. A, Lohr C Long R Gin dlesperger, A. Strung, R. Shaffer, S. Zimmerman, H, Wentz, D. Lehman. Missing: O. Custer. OFFICERS CHESTER LONG . ............. . ROBERT GINDLESPERGER ..... ...,. V ice FORREST LOHR ....... MILTON SPAN GLER Four President President Secretary Treasurer 0141! A-lfLf6'CVll.4l.l'l7 tin cipa! Pak' , N -..s. Q - -m Mr. David Lichliter, our respected supervisor, came to our school as the coach cmd principal ot Hooversville High in 1948 and at the time of con- solidation in 1950 was appointed supervising principal of Forbes Ioint system. During Mr. Lichliter's eight years ol supervision our school oliered a well-balanced extra-curricular program and has striven for high scholastic achievement. Through Mr. Lichliter's interest in community, church and school af- fairs, he has come to be a friend of all and our supervisor deserves the fullest praise and respect of every student and alumnus of Forbes. Therefore, on behalf of all the students, we, the graduating class oi 1958, take time out to thank him, for the wonderful job he has done and wish for him the happiest future possible. Fi ve Uwe give! Wcincipa! ,, To Miss Sank, our high school principal, we, the graduating class of 1958, express our sincere thanks and appreciation tor all that she has done for us. We became acquainted with Miss Sank in junior high school where some of the students received instruction in geography. After leaving junior high school we missed Miss Sank during our sophomore year but upon moving into our new building We found Miss Sank in the worthy position of our high school principal. She proved not only a good principal but also a friend in whom the students could confide. Many times we have received help and advice from Miss Sank which has indeed made our citizenship and moral standards better. We know that her philosophy will help us as We go out into the world cmd for all these things we thank you, Miss Sank. Six SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS FRANCES TRENT Hood College, Iohn Hopkins University English CHARLES LAWSON University of Pittsburgh Problems of Democracy, History, Guidance IOSEPHINE ELLIOTT University ot Pittsburgh Shorthand, Typing, Business Math GENEVA IONES Grove City College Penn State University University of Pittsburgh Typing, Secretarial Otlice Practice, Bookkeeping, General Business Training IOHN P. RODGER Bethany College, Duke University Latin, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry KENNETH ADAMS Shippensburg State Teachers College Biology, Chemistry, Health, Physics IOHN WINTERS California State Teachers College University ot Pittsburgh Penn State University Industrial Arts MARIAN H. LEASE Home Economics Indiana State Teachers College STANLEY MISI-I Indiana State Teachers College Band Director, Music Theory, Elementary Music PAULINE DAVIS Indiana State Teachers College Vocal Music, Elementary Music IUNE BOCK Attended Penn State University Girls Physical Education, Health STEPHEN STATNICK Slippery Rock State Teachers College Boys Physical Education, Health, Assistant Football Coach FI elmlfy f' X WW e1 '-an l CHESTER PFEFFER Lock Haven State Teachers College History, Driver Education, Basketball, and Football, Head Coach IACK DICKEY Iuniata College History, Science, Baseball Coach and Assistant Basketball Coach ZONA HARE University of Pittsburgh History, Civics NINA HORNE Indiana State Teachers College Art ESTELLA LEAF Indiana State Teachers College English ELLIS WERNER University of Pittsburgh California State Teachers College Penn State University English, Math THOMAS ZIMMERMAN Lebanon Valley College University of Denver University of Pittsburgh Algebra, Science CHARLES G. CLARK Bethany College University of Pittsburgh Geography, Math FRED DOYLE Penn State University Columbia University Librarian, History SHIRLEY KEAFER University of Pittsburgh School Nurse OUR SECRETARIES lln this orderl PATRICIA FLEEGLE PEGGY SHAFFER IANET RIVERA, Head Secretary Q! ' 1 Q x A 7 -I 5 5 I I 4 Adi' X . has I. Croyle, F Shaver, M Boyer, M. I.ohr, I-I. Phillippi THIRD: P. Berkebile, K. Adams SECOND: F. Berkebile, C. Pfeffer, F. Darr. FIRST: M. Berkebile, D. Weaver, T. Zimmerman, C, Boyer. I. Zimmerman, C. Sanders, T, McDowell, I. Berkebile IUC ml, fMu.4fe-M Q25 74 ee! 7 fxvun QA., 0064 Q04 fl Seninlis ulnhiuqraphy I was born in ..... , ........,,...,.,. i n ..........,..A... .,..,,,....... , and I arrived at Forbes High School in ,,A,Y,,,. .,,,,,,.,A,AA,,,A,w, ,,,,A, s o on became my favorite teacher. I crackled cellophane times to annoy My favorite subject was My favorite heart-throb was . ,,aa.aaaa,..a.a.aaaiaaaaiaa . but I wouldn't mind being looked in a storage room with ataa.aa,t,t.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.o..t,.,,.,,,.,,,,, either. My best friend at Forbes High was .. .. I was an exceptional student. I copied only times On tests and ,,,,,.,,,,,,t, .on homework. I spent ,.,,..,,.fr.,,,,,,., entire nights doing nothitng but homework. I received only .,,...,,...,.t,t failing grades on my report card. I got my book reports and extra credits from the encyclopedia .i,,,,,,,,,f,,f... times. I became suddenly ill ..,,..,,,.,,..... , times on P. O. D. test day. .....,....,...ii,,i,v,,,,.,,.,,,,ff,,,tt,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, was my favorite excuse for not having my homework done. Surprisingly enough, only ,i,, .. ,,,,,,, desks carry my initials. ...........,...,......... was my favorite target for paper wads. ..,...i,.,i,. i.i,i,iif........ m ade me write ..,........... essays for talking too much. I ate my lunch in class ,,,,,,fY,ff,ff,, times. I was late ,,,,,,,,,,..,,.. times, and times l played hookey and didn't appear in school at all. For all the fun I had, I spent only ...,...,........ nights in the office after school. I think .....,.....,......................,. has the best chance of becoming president ot the United States. The most flirtatious member of our class was ...............................,,.... .......,...........,.............. is my choice for the student most likely to succeed. ...,..,........................................... ....... i s my candidate for Miss '58 of F. H. S. However my dream lboy-girll would have eyes hair build ability pep smile personality wit was the most popular girl, while was the most popular boy. When it came to the sneaky characters, ................................................ could get away with almost anything. ............................,,,........,,..,.,.,,,,. was tops on the football field. and had the classiest hot-rod. and were Mr. and Miss well-dressed, and Mr. Muscles of '58 was .............. had cr pile of money to spend. My favorite songs of 1958 were ...,.,...............,......................,,, ..,................,........................ an d The most embarrassing situation I was in while in high school WGS ............................,... ...... ..,..,.... . ,...,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,.......,..... ,.,......... . .,.........,......... . ................. The most humorous situation was when ,.,..,,, ,,,,,,, The first person I dated at F. H. S. was ..................... WO'-1idI1'i even give me CI tumble. I held fond feelings for ...... . people had my class ring. Then came the prom. I wanted to go with ..,.. .... A s it turned out. I went with ..........,.........,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Graduation night Came along and I walked up the aisle with .................,....................... I felt S0 IUHHYI but I Came back to lite as I ran around Washington, D. C. with .................... and The President wasn't i1'1 S0 We arrived safely home ........ ..... I P.M.-A.M.l with our chaperons, .........,...................,...... , and carrying bags of souvenirs. I know I shall always remember these most wonderful days of my life and wish I were back in school ,......,.......,,.,.,,,, times, Twelve s 1 . p, 1: . 1 ' Q .J 1-Half My if V' ,. A A, ' v . ,-:A V ' ' 11: '.,-. I 2 L v x- ,. eniow Uur Class Ufficers , ...- 1 1 1 ,fi 3,,.-f P. Dill, M. Shaver, A. Shatter, W. Maneer Looking back over the six years ot hard work and sacrifice, tun cmd good times, the members of the class of 1958 find their record stacked with in- dividual accomplishments cmd achievements that stretch almost uninterrupt- edly from the day they entered Forbes to their graduation. During their high school days the seniors sampled a taste of all sorts of responsibilities, not shirking any of them. They leave the school now with cherished memories of good times, favorite teachers, amusing incidents, and grand classmates who made lite at Forbes so wonderful. Theirs is now a lite of future where they may show added responsibilities in the Wider fields of their community and nation. Fourteen HOMER IAMES ANDERSON Airtorce Andy General Football player . . . Base- ball . . . Athletic Club . . . Parking Crew . . . Stage Crew Manager IANET LOUISE BARN ETT Medical Secretary Ian Secretarial National Honor Society . . . Senior editor of For- bian . . . Aerial Staff Highstepping ma- jorette . . . On produc- tion staii ot class plays . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus SHIRLEY ANN BROWN Secretary Shirley Secretarial Forbette member Pert majorette .. . Stu- dent Council . . . Nation- al Honor Society . . . Club editor of Forbian .. . All County Chorus . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus IASON RAY CHARLTON Photographer Ray Clerical Belongs to Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Mem- ber of Art Club . . . Dancing Club . . . Active participant of the Stage Crew Zi X 0. E 'S sl Fifteen if ' 15 IEAN ELIZABETH ARMAGOST Music Teacher lean Academic Member ot Music Club and Radio Club . . . "Girl Shy" . . . Accom- panist lor Girls Ensem- ble . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus BRUCE VERNON BERKEBILE Undecided Fuzzy Clerical Member of Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Danc- ing Club member Chosen Most Talkative Well liked by his tellow students LOIS GENEVIEVE BRUENING Secretary Lois Secretarial Plans to enter Cambria- Rowe Business College . . . Forbiari Staff . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Girls' Ensemble . . . All County Chorus . National Honor Society . . . Aerial Statl PATRICIA MARLENE CLARK Filing Clerk Patte Secretarial Member of both Girls and Mixed Choruses . . . Participated in Music Club . . . Is usually seen with Lois and Romayne ROMAYNE LOUISE CROYLE Secretary Romayne Secretarial Romayne participated in Mixed and Girls Chorus . .. Enioys being with Lois and Patte . . . Aerial Stal! . . . Music Club IUDITH CAROL DINNING Laboratory Technician Iudy Academic Maple Princess . . . Na- tional Honor Society . . . Editor of the Aerial . . . Senior editor oi Forbian . . . All County Chorus . . . Radio Club . . . For- bettes . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . "Girl Shy" . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar MARY IANE DRYBURG Medical Secretary Mary Iane Secretarial Forbian Stat! . . . Aerial Staff . . . National Honor Society . . . Member of Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Helped with senior play . . Hopes to at- tend Business Training College in Pittsburgh CAROL PAYE ESCHERICH Nurse Carol Academic Member ot the National Honor Society . .. Co- editor of Forbian . . . Active member of band . . . All-County Band . . . '58 art editor of Aer- ial . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Girls En- semble :L ,' a , X 'Q 1 5' all xx . if-is J' ,.f' I Sixteen 'QI PATRICIA ANNE DILL Undecided Pat Academic Co-editor oi Forbian . . . Captain of cheerleading squad Aerial Stat! . . . Forbettes . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar" cmd "Girl Shy" . . . President of National Honor So- ciety Radio Club . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . .. All County Chorus HAROLD DOM Minister Harold Academic Fullback of the Forbes Football Team . . . Har- old received Honorable Mention on All County Football Team . Boys and Mixed Chorus . .. Member of Athletic Club DALE DURST Undecided Dale Clerical Dale is a member of the Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Very active member of the Stage Crew ANNAMARIE EVENECH Secretary Annamarie Secretarial Long time participant in school band . . . On typ- ing staff ot Hillside Aer- ial . . . All County Band . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus TERRY DEAN FYOCK Undecided Terry General Two year letterman in football Basketball manager . . . Mixed and Boys Chorus Var- sity and Radio Clubs . . . "Ten O'Clock Scho- lar" and "Girl Shy" WAYNE RUSSELL GERNEY Auto Mechanic Wayne General President ot the Student Council . .. "Girl Shy" . . . Football payer . . . Belongs to the Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Var- sity Club Forbian Staff EMMA IEAN HAY Undecided Emmie Clerical Music Club member dur- ing her senior year , . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Keeps company with Lois . . . Enioys dancing BRUCE MCCLELLAND HENRY Mechanic Mack General Member of the Varsity Club . . . Boys and Mix- ed Chorus Basket- ball player . . . Stage Crew member . . . For- bian Staff ,sz- 5' S-H ego LJ Ns ?"' Seventeen - . Jn.. -. A PATRICIA ANN GEORG Nurse Pat Academic Underclass editor of the Forbian . . . Radio Club member . . . Production Stait oi junior and sen- ior plays . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus CHARLES EDWARD GINDLESPERGER Photographer Charles Clerical Active member in Stage Crew Club . . . Belong- ed to the Dancing Club . . , Member ot the Park- ing Crew IACK ELWOOD HENRY Service Iack General Belongs to Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Mem- ber oi the Varsity Club . . . Basketball Team . . . Stage Crew ot class plays DONALD l. HOHNER Farming Don Scientific Active member ot Forbes Band . . . Hard working member of Photography Statt ot Forbian . . . Don Earigiraally hailed from RAYMOND ALTON IOCK Navy Ray General Ray belongs to the Stage Crew . . . Mcmager ot the Football Team . . . Chos- en wittiest of the class oi 1958 CHESTER EARL KEITH Undecided Chester Scientific "Girl Shy" . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . Chester is a member oi the National Honor So- ciety Forbian Staff . . . Member ot Radio Club . . . Belongs to the Parking Crew DENNIS KOVACK Undecided Dennis General ls a member oi Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Hard working photog- rapher ot the Forbian Can be seen with Bruce ALBERT E. LAKE State Policeman Abbi General Football Manager . . . Member ot the Boys cmd Mixed Chorus . . . Bas- ketball Manager . . . De- lights in pizza pie e '?",'7 521 "Ni ' D 15 Xu t , .J Eighteen Noni NANCY IEAN IURGEVICH Undecided Nancy Commercial Student director of the senior play . . . Transfer student from Cochran Iunior High School . .. Aerial and Forbian Statt . .. Senior band mem- ber . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus MARY LOUISE KOONTZ Undecided Mary Lou Clerical Member oi Aerial Statt . . . Participated in Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Music Club . . . Dancing Club . . . Production Staff oi "Ten O'Clock Scholar" and "Girl Shy" FRANK EDWARD KREVETSKI Coach Frank Clerical Student Council Vice President . . . Member of Forbian Staif Var- sity Club . . . Basketball forward . . . All County Basketball Team for two years . . . Football squad . . . All County Football Team . . . Baseball REBECCA MARGARET LAMBERT English Teacher Becky Academic Cheerleading during her senior year . . . Ex- change editor ot the Aer- ial . . . Forbian Stait . . . "Girl Shy" and "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . National Honor So- ciety LOWMAN IAY LEVERKNIGHT Undecided Pitsy General Member of Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Has participated greatly in the Stage Crew . . . Pro- duction Stalf ol "Ten O'Clock Scholar" LULA ELEANOR MARSTON Lula Clerical Lula is a member of the Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Future Homemakers of America Club . . . Ice cream rates high IUDITI-I LOUISE MEZACK Private Secretary Iudy Secretarial Secretary of the Future Homemakers of America Club Iunior and Senior play prompter .. . Belongs to Girls and Mixed Chorus BARBARA DANA MORGAN Undecided Barb Secretarial Member of the Music Club . . . Girls and Mix- ed Chorus . . . "Girl Shy" and "Ten O'Clock Scholar" Lends a helping hand in the li- brary at 'ld 'i i '3 ' Q Q .4-0' X wud Nineteen WILLIAM STEPHEN MA NEER Nuclear Physicist Bill Scientific "Ten O'Clocl: Scholar and "Girl Shy" Sports editor of Aerial . . . Forbian Staff . . . National Honor Society . . . Three years Varsity Basketball . . . Member of Varsity Club PATRICIA JANE MCGOWAN Executive Secretary Pat Secretarial Chosen Fall Festival Queen . . . Member of Yearbook and Aerial Staffs . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . .. Tri- Hi-Y Club Enjoys dancing and collecting records ROBERT DEAN MILLER Contractor Bob Clerical Active band member . . . All County Band and All County Chorus . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . Senior High Sextet . , . Yearbook Stalf . . . Boys and Mixed Chorus EMMA NOREENE MOSTOLLER Nurse Noreene Academic Radio Club member . . . Cute majorette . . . National Honor Society member . . . Music Club . . , "Ten O'Clock Schol- ar" . . . Aerial Staff . . . Mixed and Girls Chorus SANDRA GAYLE OBER Music Teacher Sandy Academic Participated years in District Band . . . All County Band "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . Typist ot Forbian Staif . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus GERALD THOMAS PEDEN Gerald Academic Coach All around athlete One ot Forbes star Bas- ketball players . , . Also one ot the football squad . . . "Ten O'Clock Scho- lar" . . . "Girl Shy" . . . Varsity Club . . . Receiv- ed Honorable Mention All-State Football Team PATRICIA ANN RICE Teacher Pat Secretarial Girls Ensemble . .. Member of Dancing Club ...Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Future Home- makers ot America Club ...Plans to goto Grace College DONALD EDWARD ROSE General Electronics Technician Don Scientific Student Council . . . Baseball Team . . . "Girl Shy" . . . Long time member of Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Mem- ber ot Forbicm Staff . . . All County Chorus MARY IEAN PAUL Undecided Active Band member . . . Member of the Girls Ensemble . . . All Coun- ty Band Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Keeps Company with Iudy IOSEPH EDWARD POTOCHAR Teacher Ioe General Member of the Varsity Club Football Star . . . All County Football Team . . . Received Hon- orable Mention for Dis- trict Team . .. Parking Crew . . . Belongs to Forbian Staff Bas- ketball Manager DEANNA RINGLER Orphanage Worker DeeZee Secretarial President of the Future Homemakers of America . . . Chorus Member . . . Awarded State Home- maker Degree . . . Pro- duction Staff "Ten O'Clock Scholar" LILA ALDINE SECREST Medical Secretary Aldine General Vice President of the Fu- ture Homemakers of America .. . Girls En- semble . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . On the Production Staff of the Senior Play ALLAN R. SHAFFER Undecided Allan Academic Senior Class Treasurer On Forbian Statt . . . Belongs to Boys and Mixed Chorus . . . Member oi Stage Crew DONALD LESTER SHAFFER Undecided Don Commercial District and All County Chorus . . . Active mem- ber in the Band . . . Stage Crew Club . . . Participates in Boys and Mixed Chorus A MARYLIN RUTH SHAVER Missionary Teacher Murry Academic Co-editor oi Forbian Statl . . . National Honor Society . . . All County Chorus . . . Peppy cheer- leader . . . Feature Edi- tor oi Aerial "Ten OClock Scholar" . . . Girls Ensemble . . . Ac- companist oi Mixed Chorus . . . Senior Class Secretary ERNEST STOTLER Undecided Ernie Clerical A member of the Varsity Club . . . Participated in Football and received Honorable Mention on the All County Team . . . Basketball Player 3' f l af' "ir " in A,, V 1 'QS ev Twenty One HP' . 'S-" IEAN MARIE SI-IEELER Good lob Shingle General A two year member ot the Future Homemakers of America Club . . . Be- longs to Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Can usually be seen with Iosephine IACK SNYDER General Electronics Technician lack Scientific Member of Stage Crew . . . Hard worker in all Academic Subjects . . . Likes to visit Boswell PATRICIA ANN STANKO Nurse Patti Academic Vice President of Nation- al Honor Society . . . Forbian Statt . . . Aerial Staii . . . Student Direc- tor of Iunior and Senior plays . . . Plans to don Nurse's Cap MARIANNE CHRISTINE STRELKO Office Worker MeAnn Clerical A tiny senior Be- longs to the Future Homemakers ot America Club . . . Member et Girls and Mixed Chorus BARRY VAUGHAN TOKAR Undecided Bcu-ry General Belongs to the Varsity Club . . Excels in Bas- ketball, Football, and Baseball . . . Received Honorable Mention in Football LINDA MARDELL WALKER Music Profession Linda Clerical All County and District Choruses for two years . . . "Girl Shy" . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . Band . . . Music Ed- itor ot Forbian . . . Mix- ed Chorus . . . Accom- panist for Girls Chorus . . . Girls Ensemble IO ANN WIRBICK Typist Io Secretarial Head rnajorette . . . Aer- ial Statt and Student Council . . . Forbette Member . . . Mixed Chorus . . . "Ten O'Clock Scholar" . . . All County Chorus SANDRA IEAN YODER Airline Hostess Sandy General Sandy is a participant in Girls and Mixed Chorus A member ot Tri- Hi-Y Club Enjoys company ot lean and Lula WML 1,747,474 lfff' Twenty Two ELSIE ANNE TROUTMAN Secretary Anne Secretarial Member ol Music Club . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Typing Staff of Aerial . . . Girls En- semble .. , All County Chorus for two years DONALD IEROME WEAKLAND S portscas ter Don Clerical Active on Basketball Team . . . Also belongs to Baseball Team Member ol the Varsity Club Sports Editor of the Forbirm IAMES STANLEY YEROVSEK Undecided Iim Academic One of Forbes All-Star Football Players . . . Made All County Foot- ball . . . Baseball Player . . . Shrimp rates high with Iim IOSEPHINE MARIE ZBOROVANCIK Undecided Io Clerical Member ot Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Fav- orite pastime, running around and having fun . . . Enjoys being with Betty and Midge CHARLOTTE LYDIA ZIMMERMAN Office Machine Operator Charlotte Clerical Music Club . . . Bcmd Member . . . Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Saxo- phone Player in Band- ettes . . . Would like to attend Commercial Insti- tute in Pittsburgh CLASS MOTTO-"Not at the top, but climbing." CLASS SONG-"My shepherd" CLASS FLOWER-American Beauty Rose CLASS COLORS-Red and White BACCALAUREATE-Sunday, May 11, 1958 COMMENCEMENT-Monday, May 12, 1958 CLASS TRIP-Washington, D. C., May 14, 15, 16 elim Maier To our Alma Mater dear, To the one we hold so true, We, her children, raise our voice In song and praise so rightly due. She has guided us in learning, And protected us in right. We will always share the love We bear with thee Forbes High. Twenty Three SHIRLEY ZIMMERMAN Undecided Shirley Clerical Girls and Mixed Chorus . . . Dancing Club . . . Very quiet . . . Ccm be seen with Aldine and Pat 61446144 et J CM Am .... '30-0 aulv- Y ill 1 L 80 I 1-4- -u , Q. 51911. ..- O Q f X 5. 1' L 'vig ,- , ' 1501 P sl 1 . . r - - 1n1,f4l0f- 3 L! 'ln W .1 if XA Q 1 MOST TALENTED Robert Miller Linda Walker its 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pat Dill William Maneer 1 4 :rn- K. N. Twenty Six MOST FUN Raymond lock lean Sheeler DID MOST FOR CLASS Carol Escherich Allan Shaffer PRWCIPAN S BEST CITIZENS Icnet Barnett Harold Dom Twenty Seven ' BEST DANCERS Anncxmcxrie Evenech Gerald Peden BEST LOOKING Terry Fyock Sandra Ober ., K ,. mit? I L. Twenty Eight MOST STUDIOUS Iudy Dinning Chester Keith u I MOST POPULAR Becky Lambert Ernest Stotler PERSONALITY PLUS Donald Rose Patti Stanko 1 4 MOST TALKATIVE Nancy Iurgevich Bruce Berkebile 1 BEST DRESSED Shirley Brown Wayne Gerney Twenty Nine OUNUH Uur Leaders TWELFTH GRADE TENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS President .,,w.,,..Yv............. William Maneer Vice President .,.., .,.......... P atricia Dill Secretary ,,..,,...., ..,. M arylin Shaver Treasurer ...,..,e..e,e,....,....,..,e Allan Shaffer Student Council Shirley Brown Wayne Gerney, Frank Krevetski Donald Rose, Ioan Wirbick Advisors .......,......,,..,...........,..,,e Mrs. Trent Mr. Lawson ELEVENTH GRADE CLASS Orricras President ,,.......... Vice President Secretary .,,,....... Treasurer ..,..,.... Student Council Wayne Advisors ....... William Maneer Patricia Dill Barry Tokar Frank Krevetski Shirley Brown Gerney, Donald Rose Marylin Shaver Mrs. Trent Mr. Lawson Thirty CLASS OFFICERS President .....,.i.,Y,............ William Maneer Vice President ,,......,.,..r,. Frank Krevetski Secretary ,....,..,r,.. .,........ B arry Tokar Treasurer ................,....,,..i.. Chester Keith Student Council ...........,.r,, Shirley Brown Wayne Gerney, Gerald Peden Marylin Shaver Advisors .....,.,,r ,.......... ,...,. M r . Lawson Mr. Pteffer NINTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS President ,..........,.. .....,. A llan Shatter Vice President .........,......,. Chester Keith Secretary .................... Rebecca Lambert Treasurer ......,...,........,...... Iudith Dinning Student Council ..........., Wayne Gerney Allan Shatter, Noreene Mostoller Advisors ......,.,,.,.,...,..,. Mr. Zimmerman Mr. Drenner, Mr. Svitchan 'ffl ix.,- mx.-Nfy ,-X 'fx ' 'vui- .4-"'2 r".! ' -NX n , A L -,1 ' f ' -V .-y, . - X. - . , - . r.. . f-. A X. lfl 626 d4Jl4fL6lfL THIRD: G. Shaver, H, Mincek, I. Miller, E. Diehl, E. Croyle, E. Grebeck, G. Clark, F. Weible. SECOND: G. Hunter, I. Custer, I. Corbett, N. Peden, E. Haupt, I. Strelko, I. Lohr, D. Butler. FIRST: Mr. Adams, B. Rininger, C. Kovack, N. Walker, G. Holpit, M. McDowell, M. E. Griffith, S. Clark, R. Tirko Q4 6 jun l:0'C Chia!! As we the Seniors of 1958 leave our place in the halls ot our Alma Mater, We know this place will be ably filled by a very reliable successor, the Senior Class ot 1959. We extend our heartiest wishes to this class for the remainder of their school experiences and hope that they, too, may have pleasant memories of their high school days spent here at Forbes, just as we do. Remember to do your best always, in all Ways and you will surely be rewarded. Thirty Two THIRD: W. Mrogik, I Ccxrbone, I. Icmicllo, R. Fulton, T Ringler, C. Logue, N. Walker, D Stotler. SECOND' B Mostoller, D. Koontz, V. Fulton, C. Wilson, D Armagost, D. Peden, B. S. Oaks, L. Moore. FIRST: S Retcssie, D. Ross, L. Ccxrbone, P. Kolesko, S Rogers, E. Wingclrd, C Swope, D. Brant. President- CAROL KOVACK Vice President IANET CORBETT Secretcrry- I I RUTH MANGES Treasurer- LINDA CARBONE Advisors- MR. ADAMS MRS. IONES ""' Q! X4 "" ' Q' ix R. Mcmges, C. Kovack, L. Ccrrbone, I. Corbett. Thirty Three l' Y 1' THIRD: R. Ziplel, C. Sanders, T. Thompson, B. Emerick, M. Kolonich, M. Zborovancik, H. Miller, M. Zapotosky, I. Gorsuch SECOND: C. Mostoller, M. Gindlesperger, K. Bruening, I. Toth, C. Young, E. Miller, M. Zapotosky, B. Dixon, D. Walker. FIRST: Mr. Pleller, I. Vought, E. Fuschino, D. Angelo, C. Pysnik, B. Darr, P. Boyer, H. Barron, G. Riddell, S. Miller. Q46 go A0l4fl0'C6 CLI!! Because We, the graduating class of Forbes High, were also sopho- mores along the way, we realize that the sophomore year can be a very im- portant and decisive one in our high school career. By this time, we can usually form a fairly good opinion of what the possibilities of the classes are and what they will probably do in the future. After observing this class of sophomores, We can easily foresee that they will ably discharge their duties as upperclassmen. We are wishing for them the same happiness and pride in serving Forbes that we have enjoyed. Thirty Four I V 1 -2'fa.7.J" 3 I bi THIRD: R. Fusinu, W. Mmzer, I. Tomcik, L. Mcmges, R. Hamer, L. Hcluse, T. Tirko, D. Koontz, L. Shaffer. SECOND: L. Kubcs, R. Custer, B. I-Iolsopple, I. Vurner, C. Wcrin, B. Holpit, A. Emerick, C. Meyers, S. Mostoller. FIRST: I. Wirbick, I. Petermom, R. Berkebile, G. Retassie, E. Leone, P. Roose, I. Shcrulis, P. Newcomer, S. Clayton Miss Elliott. ....,,,,- -v President- TERRY THOMPSON Vice President- DONALD WALKER Secretary- II, EILEEN LEONE A' -1' Treasurer- ELAINE MILLER Advisors- MISS ELLIOTT MR. PFEFFER T. Thompson, D. Walker, E. Leone, E. Miller. Thirty Five 74 C CLZCZJA H1 ZH, f L ff President- ROBERT SHAVER Vice President- KAY KOONTZ Secretary- MARY IANE MILLER Treasurer- BRUCE. MILLER . Advisors- MR. RODGER MR. CLARK MR. ZIMMERMAN R. Shaver, M. M111er, K. Koontz, B. Miller, THIRD: C. Berkebile, V. Long, D. Nagy, T. Miller, G. Alexander, D. Mcxssung, L. Eczkle. SECOND: I. O'Rocxrk, D. Hunter, F, Holsopple, T. Swank, D. Stotler, I.'Lc1wrence, M. I. Miller, R. Shcxver. FIRST: D. Decker, D. Chcrscrr, G. Shcrulis, G. Boyer, I. Green, D. Dora, K. Koontz, Mr. Rodger. Thirty Six FOURTH THIRD SECOND FIRST " x 5 li!! Dunmyer, A Fritz, L, DeArmitt, L. Berkebile, N. Kovack, D Dryburg, G Bentz Bassett, P. Georg, S. Iohnson, I. Corbett, D. Alumbaugh, I. Iock. Charlton, R. Georg, P. Charlton, D. Foust, B. Armagost, G. Boyer, I. Strelko. Kovcxck, B. Koontz, R. Henry, L Hilliard, R. Kovack, D Bruening, S Carbone, Mr Clark ,63- r Al: : EE C ' ' ' 1 FOURTHZ G. Turner, E. Shaffer, B. Miller, L. Rader, W. Strelko, W Stutzman, M Sniecienski THIRD: I Tranovich, E. Waltos, R. McVicker, I. Wentz, R. Murafka, C Sehn, I. Malnar, I. Manges. SECOND E Re-tassie, N. Phillips, I. Naugle, P. Mincek, D. Sehn, B Pfeller, P Strelko FIRST: I. Zimmerman, R. Reed, E. Shontolski, A. Shoritofski, E Moldovan, K. Powell, N Krone, Mr Zimmerman Thirty Seven f5f'f'f'es:" 1 : H We Ciiglll Quia . us?" 'meg W President- , P KENNETH BROWN aku , 'Q Vice President- E DONALD LOHR Secretary- PATRICIA PUGH Treasurer- -.:.. CAROLE PYSNIK H Advisors- MRS. LEAF MRS. HARE MRS. BOCK C. Pysnik, K. Brown, D. Lohr, P. Pugh. . , qi A S l- FOURTH: I. Leverknight, T. Shaffer, I. McGowcm, H. Lecxzier, R. Mcxschue, L. Newcomer, R. Kolonich. THIRD: E. Nagy, S. Petermdn, C. Mcmeer, T. Rader, S. Petermcln, I. Murphy. SECOND: M. Roose, H. Shaffer, S. Lebdcx, R. Massung, I, Mull, R. Shaver, P. Pugh. FIRST: S. Pugh, H. Shepley, C. Pysnik, I. McGowan, M. Lebdcr, D. Rosenbaum, S. Logue, Mrs. Bock, Thirty Eight FOURTH I THIRD B SECOND V FIRST I o Corbett, I Ringler, I Ringler, I. M1IIer, D. Turner, C Long Snyder, V Vcxrner, I. Young, S Snyder, E. Snyder, M Berke-b1Ie,I Wecxklcmd Stutzmcm, I. Luke, M Sajko, D. Dinning, B. Zborovcmclk, K Brown, L Zlmmermon, Swope, N. Stotler, V. Yoder, N. Walker, M. Grebeck, L Swope, Mrs Hare L Walker FOURTH THIRD SECOND FIRST ...f-'fa D R Alexander, L Dcry, R Brown, I Boyer, V. Gohn, S Clndtespercjer Bcrkebtle, M Keyser, L Emerick, W Dunmyer, D Boyer, W Blclsco, N I-Iuuse K Kc-1th G Gerr1ey,R Hanes, S CC1rbone,I. Felhczuer I DIXOH, D Croyle, Mrs Leaf Brant, D Stoner, C Bcfbcilonis, I. Ashbrook, C BrGnt,I Custer G Berkeblle G Thlrty Nme 740 "6V6lf1fA Quzfe -J I. Griffith, P. Whisker, C. Fuschino, I. Fusincx. President- TOSEPH FUSINA Vice President- IAMES GRIFFITH Secretary- PATRICIA WHISKER T1'easu1'e1'- CAROL FUSCHINO THIRD: D. Mort, I. Ohler, G. Bienicisz, D. Paul, S. Zuicxll, D. Poling, T. Meyers, K. Wentz, S. Zimmermcm. SECOND: L. Petermcm, G. Mostoller, L. Meyers, P. Wright, D. Veres, I. Terlingo, G. Shczulis, R. Sehn. FIRST: P. Mull, T. Yoder, D. Ross, S, Thompson, P. Miller, L. Twombley, I. Rosenbaum, Mr. Stcltnick. Forty Ns-.,-.--,-q alimony. Wil-tv' THIRD R Berke-b11e, B Croyle, L Fusincr, S Bentz, C, CFOYISI S Alumbflughl G B9Ykl9Y, F Cmbell SECOND G Bender, S Bczltzer, C Fuschmo, A Dora, I AShbrO0k. B BC1k9F, D Befkeblle M D, k FIRST L Custer, C Betts, L Boyer, D Dunmyer, C GorSUCh. R CGTIJOUQV G BOWSGF, D Em9NCk, Y IC 9Y THIRD. L SECOND C FIRST. R I 1 4 Lohr, S Mcxluchnik, E. Lecxsock, A Mcxtse, R. Lecxsock, L Iohnson, L Hollis, L McVicker, R Mcschue Homer, D Koontz, I Kolesko, A Kolonich, I, Grlffith, T. McClemens, L, Hostetler, R. Ioswick Ionidlo, E Marston, D Krouse, B Lohr, D Mario, C Horner, G Klmmel, Mr, Werner, Forty One ...Y ik Y IQ-guna 96 45.2.53 .1 f 1 gl !A..z' it -15,1 .,, ,, , ,gf BLACK WALNUT Niw DKTIUN XKN - BARTON Edvw il 4-Q v-, alcffvifie.4 we 5004 of ,fwemwciea FORBIAN STAFF EOIIIOFS I I ................ .............. .Y.Y ........ P A TRICIA DILL Advisor .. EDITORIAL STAFF Sports ...... .,,..,..,,.TTT.TT,, . . Donald Weakland Senior ...... .,,,,,,,, I anet Barnett Iudy Dinning Club .......,........ ,,...w.. S hirley Brown Underclass ..,.,, ..,..... P atricia Georg Music .,,,,roor.o.,.,...,o,..................... Linda Walker PHOTOGRAPHY AND SUBSCRIPTION STAFF Donald Horner Rebecca Lambert Chester Keith Patricia McGowan Dennis Kovack Patricia Stanko CAROL ESCHERICH MARYLIN SHAVER MISS ELLIOTT BUSINESS STAFF Mr. Pfeffer, Advisor Iames Anderson Ioseph Potochar Mack Henry Donald Rose William Maneer Allan Shaffer TYPING AND PROOFREADING STAFF Mary Iane Dryburg Nancy Iurgevich Wayne Gerney Lois Bruening Sandra Ober Frank Krevetski Robert Miller Forty Four FORBIAN The HFORBIANH an annual publication by the Senior Class of Forbes High School, re- views the work of the year in all phases of activities and events. Its purpose is to honor the graduating class and to furnish primarily a pictorial record of the students during the school term. Forty Five Yr .4 ,-1-..,,,. Ld C xvw..-' tx' ie 'nit' 5 .oi Foriy Six 4 6xfza.! i'xl"ca.! MQW! Ol!! :limi Jr Editor Iudy Dinning Exchange Editor Becky Lambert Lay-Out Errolene Haupt Reporters Noreene Mostoller Patti Stanko Dorla Peden Barbara Darr Alberta Emerick Ianet Rivera Mrs. Iones .ml HILLSIDE-AERIAL STAFF Associate Editors Ianet Corbett Sue Clayton Sports Editors William Maneer Robert Shaver Thomas Tirko Subscription Eddie Croyle Iim O'Roark Delbert Decker Alumni Reporters Mary Lou Koontz Norma Peden Mimeograph Operators Advisors Feature Editors Marylin Shaver Pat Dill Art Editor Carol Escherich Circulation Eddie Croyle Iackie Wirbick Typists Ianet Barnett Nancy Iurgevich IoAnn Wirbick Ann Troutman Members ot the Iunior Iournalism Club Forty Seven Nancy Iurgevich Mrs. Leat HILLSIDE-AERIAL One of the important publications ol our high school lite is our news- paper, The Hillside-Aerial. The news- paper staff includes thirty-two capable students under their advisor, Mrs. Iones. The junior high journalism under the direction of Mrs. Leaf also con- tribute to the success ot the paper. It is the purpose of this combined group to make the students become more fa- miliar with their classmates, their in- structors, and the activities of the school. gedtljlflj Q46 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY In order to stimulate increased interest in and respect for outstanding scholarships in secondary high schools, school administrators formulated plans for the establishment ot the National Honor Society. No honor conferred by the school excels that represented by this Society. It represents the fundamental ob- jectives for which schools are instituted and gives recognition to those who have most nearly attained the desired ends. This Society looks upon education as a total product measured by the tour dimensions of life: Scho- larship, Leadership, Character, and Service. We proudly present members of our chapter: Carol Escherich, Marylin Shaver, Iudy Dinning, William Maneer, Pat Dill, Ianet Barnett, Shir- ley Brown, Dorla Peden, Norma Peden, Patty Kolesko, Patti Stanko, Noreene Mostoller, Ches- ter Keith, Eddie Croyle, Thomas Ringler, Lois Bruening, Mary Iane Dryburg, Becky Lambert, Errolene Haupt, Carol Kovack. Q-1. I f y!,Q i , .:...a-- - , ' .la Za f C. Escherich, M. Shaver, W. Maneer, I. Dinning 1.4 I ll P. Stanko, I. Barnett, S. Brown, P. Dill, C. Keith, T. Ringler, E. Croy. xl. Peden, P. Kolesko, D. Peden, N. Mostoller Forty Nine ,ai- OM Sfufenf Exe. lib' BACK: FRONT: .jf .a---s..,g SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL W. Gerney, I. Ianidlo, D. Rose, F. Krevetski, T. Ringler, T. Tirko, G. Riddell. I. Wirbick, W. Bassett, Io Ann Wirbick, S. Brown, P. Koesko, P. Boyer, M. E. Griffith. This group, under the sponsorship of Mr. Lawson, has Worked espe- cially hard at setting up a system of good-will not only Within our school but also throughout the district and county. Many needy families Were thankful for the council-sponsored food drive at Christmas. The milk and cookie snack after each home game resulted in compliments for our-school plus better re- lations With other schools. On f th e o e most memorable social occasions of the term was the annual "Maroon and White" day which will always be a day ot tribute to our Alma Mater. All of these things add up to create one of the most active and re- spected organizations at Forbes. President ............. ....... W AYNE GERNEY Vice President ....... ...... F RANK KREVETSKI Secretary ............. ..... I ACKIE WIRBICK Treasurer ...... ...... T OM RINGLER Sponsor .,..,. ..... M R. LAWSON Fifty ,Q UVZTPLI44 enf JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL The junior council governs the junior high classes and is a definite aid to the senior c uncil by co-sponsoring the milk and cookie project and the beautiful Christma tree at the Yuletide. Their main project, however, con- cerned a magazine sale which was better than ever this term. The money obtained from the sale will be used for material for our school. President ,,...,,.,. ,, ..,,.... DUANE MASSUNG Vice President Treasurer ........ .. Secretary ..... Sponsor ..... PATTY STRELKO VICKI GOHN MARYLIN BERKEBILE MR. ZIMMERMAN . Q QQ'--ng' v' -.N ' -alas...-s..,,-----,...:g-7-. . -sin... . D. Mcxssung. l. Rosenbaum, A. Fritz, I. Kolesko, Mr. Zimmerman, L. Boyer, S. Lebda, P. Strelko, M. Berkebile, V. Gohn Fifty One fMu4ic .... gm QM SIXTH: M. I. Dryburg, R. Croyle, B. Holsopple, G. Shaver, A. Secrest, I. A. Wirbick, P. Dill, D. Durst, T. Fyock I. Leverknight. FIFTH: B. Holpit, I. Zborovancik, C. Zimmerman, E. Haupt, I. Corbett, D. Butler, L. Bruening, R, Charlton, I. Miller, E. Croyle. FOURTH: L. Moore, I. Toth, E. Miller, P. McGowan, C. Young. M. Zapotosky, S. Yoder, R. Miller, L. Shaffer, L. DeArmitt THIRD: E. Leone, I. Wirbick, M. E. Griffith, A. Emerick, P. Clark, L. Marston, B. Oaks, H. Barron, V. Fulton, W. Gerney. SECOND: I. Sheeler, B. Lambert, P. Stanko, P. Roose, M. L. Koontz, G. Holpit, P. Kolesko, R. Manges, M. McDowell, S. Clark. FIRST: D. Knopsnyder, B. Morgan, B. Rininger, D. Brant, E. Wingard, S. Zimmerman, R. Pysnik, P, Newcomer, D. Ross. DISTRICT CHORUS ERS E MEMB N L. Walker. D. Shaffer S E ALL-COUNTY CHORUS M B L. Walker, A. Troutman, M. Shaver. MEMBERS I. Dinning. E D. Rose, R. Miller, D. Shaffer, E. Croyle, R. Fulton. BPM BACK: I. Corbett, L. Bruening, C. Escherich, A. Secrest, P. Rice. FRONT: E. Haupt, D. Peden, N. Peden, L. Walker, M. Shaver, A. Troutman. At Piano: I. Armagost. Fifty Two L S, Brown, I. A. Wirbick, P. Dill, cl Cuffwcaf Jew 0 menf 90 OO SIXTH A, lake, D. Rose, B. Berkebile, P. Rice, C. Escherieh, A. Evonech, H. Mincek, I Dinning, D. Ringler, S. Ober. FIFTH' D Shaffer, R. Fulton, I. Henry, N. Mostoller, I. Lohr, I. Sirolko, D. Poden, N Peden, I. Me-zcx:k, M I Foul FOURTH: T. Ringler, T, Thompson, R. McVicker, I. Vdrner, D. Armagost, C. Wcrin, K. Bruening, S Mostoller, L Wcxlkw, S. Brown. T HRD M Henry, C. Wilson, G. Riddell, A. Troutmcm, C Meyers, F. Gindlesperger, B Dorr, S. Miller, C Hunter, S. Retdssie. SECOND: C. Mosioller, I Pefermcn, A. Chisholm, N. Iurgevich, M. Shaver, I Burnett, L Corbone, W Bcxssotl, I Armagost, P. Georg. FIIST S. Rodgers, M. A. Strelko, D. Angelo, E. Fuschino, N. Walker, S Worsell, C. Kovcxck, S. Clciylod, l Shoulis, I. Vought, Mrs. Davis. I". F O R B E T T E S E . X T ,, E T T . E O 7 i K X I Miller, D. Shaffer, E. Croyle, R. Fulton, R. Miller. Al Piano: T. Ringler. I. A. Wirbick, P. Dill, I. Dinning, S. Brown. ' TCH14 ecl'A0ven FOURTH: N. Walker, M. I. Paul, S. Ober, R. Miller, A. Evenech, A. Fritz, D. Shaffer, C. Escherich, D. Horner THIRD: I. Wirbick, K. Brown, R. Bassett, S. Mostoller, C. Young, M, I. Miller, I. Lawrence, M. Berkebile. SECOND: I. Wirbick, D. Decker, M. Grebeck, I. Terlingo, S. Clayton, I. Zimmerman, D. Lohr, P. Kolesko, S. Clark. FIRST: I. Barnett, N. Peden, I. Corbett. ezfziwc gan! ezaonafilfieef I. Wirbick, L. Walker, D. Hornet, R. Miller cherich, N. Iurgevich, S. Brown, I. Barnett. ALL-COUNTY BAND MEMBERS M. I. Paul, C. Escherich, S. Ober, R. Miller A, Evenech, D. Shaffer, N. Peden, D. Peden T. Ringler, P. Newcomer, S. Clayton. Fifty Four D. Shatter, S. Ober, M. I, Paul, N. Mos- toller, C. Zimmerman, A. Evenech, C. Es- 1 1 Q0 50 0 fu I I il FOURTH I Gorsuch, I M111er, T Ringler, H Mincek, I Rmgler, V long, C Long, C Zrmmermcm, E Croyle THIRD C WIISOH, A Mcrtse, I Corbett, L Walker, K Bruenmg, E Snyder, D Dmning, S Mxller SECOND M McDowell, R Berkeblle, N Iurgevlch, P Newcomer, K Wentz, D Mort, R Ioswlck, L Petermcm, Mr MlSh FIRST N Mostoller, D Peden, S Brown Q!-Q76-c.5fedojof11l7 c:evcu ,.- . I . . Ir. xxx , ,L I s D Pe-den, I. Corbett, - 1 . A . . I. Wrrbick, N. Mostoller, . . - t N Peden, S. Brown, I. Barnett. DISTRICT BAND MEMBERS S Ober, P. Kolesko, T. Ringler. Fifty Five wc all Ljzamaflcfs SENIOR CLASS PLAY The seniors of 1958 presented their senior class play on November 14, 1957. The plcry was a three- crct comedy entitled "Ten O'C1ock Scholar" and was directed by Mrs. Trent. The play was very successful and the seniors were pleased with the way the public received it. "Girl Shy," the junior play, was presented on April 25, 1957. "TEN O'CLOCK SCHOLAR" CAST TOM YOUNG-A Ten O'clocl-r Scholar .. .. WILLIAM MANEER CHUCK YOUNG-His Younger Brother CHESTER KEITH TRUDI YOUNG-His Sister .............. NOREENE MOSTOLLER OPAL FRISBY-Their Aunt .. ...,... .... .... . . MARYLIN SI-IAVER MOLDY PHILLIPS-A Botany Teacher ...,.,. ........ T ERRY FYOCK APRIL RICHARDS-An English Teacher .......,,... IUDY DINNING STEWART PLOPPER- A Social Science Teacher CAREY-Chucl-:'s Girl Friend ........ GERALD PEDEN BECKY LAMBERT SHEILA-Ari AmbiiiOus Senior .... ........... L INDA WALKER ALICE-Trudi's Girl Friend ....... .... , BARBARA MORGAN GAY-Trudi's Girl Friend ................................ IOANN WIRBICK PAT-Trudi's Girl Friend ..,, ......,,,,,,.,.,, ............,..,. S A NDRA OBER MARGO SOUTHERN-T0m's Secretory ...,...... .. .. PAT DILL MR. ERICKSON-High School Principal .... ROBERT MILLER T. V. ACTOR .. T. V. ACTRESS IAMES ANDERSON MARY IANE DRYBURG ANNOUNCER ......... ................. R OBERT MILLER Aaa-choooo! ! ! I fafqvj., ' V' f'I-w-X if 'rf I 'm in the Yo-Yo business! ! ! .-.-Q. ..-..----........,.... I vu' s'- Fllty Six 'S 1, ' U You'11 have to remember the-y're teenagers, Mr. Erickson ' s we Q 'W ,Q '1 On Stage 9 .46 -- Q N'7l!T'?TF ii hx 1 S Behind the Scenes A95 1 QA., Gillis 051 C2 ,M CS The Forbes High School Ra- dio Club, better known as "The Voice ot F. H. S." consists of eighteen members, With Miss Elliott as advisor, The club is under the direction of Ioe Pasquali, station engineer at VV. V. S. C. Periodically the members of the clubs prepare and present an educational and entertain- ing program directly trom the Somerset station. The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for our students to learn about ra- dio productions and better ac- quaint our students with those from neighboring schools in our county. , . 15 qi .l Fifty Eight S ki 1 I 1 A X A " hx ,N : c' T glfnogenlf Ufzbfe ENGLISH Shakespeare-A Great English Writer .... PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY Are You Prepared for the Future? .... Q1 Sixty TRIGONOMETRY Concentration is cx Must! . . . HOME ECONOMICS Smells Good and Looks Pretty Doesn't It? V A Ciulllf Q ff y y 1 rg' f 1' H" 1 " " CHEMISTRY Poooof! I ! I .... i PLANE GEOMETRY Given: A ABC. iff Sixty One l f I n-""" lil ll ART Developing Our Skills in Art fx ' If MATH Le!'s See! That Would be Addition Right? .... ,ir xl 7 Sixty Two inf.. HISTORY Our Forefcrthers Brought Forth .... VARSITY V - V-- Varsity F. H. A. A Stitch in Time '-o"4fQ ""'-T TRI-HI-Y Creating Better Moral Conduct i Sixty Three STAGE CREW Lights, Ccxmercx, Action! AUDIO VISUAL See Itl li-lhhztl.-Q.-sslsbenls nlylllnlil-!l 5 'L 5- Www.-.,,, i' ' cgi'-tn if PARKING CREW We'll Get Wet Tonight! .-.11-1 -f A IOURNALISM Iunior Iourncxlists ART Follow the Line . . Sixty F our LIBRARY Don't Drop Them! DANCING How 'bout the Stroll? HANDICRAFT Watch Closely, Girls! Sixty Five H' OUTDOOR CLUB Too rainy, today! wc W:0m-- n Tll ,, 9 ,..1:-vs.. U l ag!- 6, YS .',. . T T , -what Q ' Cafe de Paree "Springtime in Paris" the theme of our prom was carried out beautifully with the "Gay Paree" cafes cmd Eiffel Tower. The garden and patio added the touch of spring and the lovely colors which was needed to captivate the beauty ofthe evening. The "ahs" and "ohs" was the repayment for the work well done by the Class of '57, The Magic of Pm-eel l w Crowning the Queen! fix ,fp Velftlilfly Cyn Milf! N A .IP 'Z qu 'P Q 1 .I 4 4 - 1 Q .l Springtime cmd flowers! Eiffel Tower Magic A pretiy lineupl O., "1 FALL FESTIVAL QUEEN The senior class proudly presented Patricia McGowan as Forbes representative at the an- nual Fall Festival at Somerset. Patty, who has brown hair and blue eyes. made a lovely appearance in a light blue net gown at the Coronation ceremony. Along with compliments on appearance, comments were also made about the personality and charm Patty displayed before the crowd. JZWZ1? IUDY DINNING Personality, plus talent and appearance were traits considered when Iudy Dinning was chosen as our Maple Princess. Iudy has not only these qualities but displayed many more as she made her appearance at the Cochran Auditorium February 5, 1958. Our princess brought more honor and pres- tige to our school when she became runner- up and Maid of Honor in the actual contest. After doing a reading entitled "How the Great Guest Came." Iudy, along with four other finalists, took part in the personality part of the contest in which she, especially, displayed poise, charm, and personality. Iudy who has green eyes and dark brown hair, looked ra- diant in a light orange colored gown. .,' . .. . , . -, .. - . - fr"- "'f"i ' 'J L- wzvfaf.. , .kj ,M T , JA 8 l L"J,' . "' .9:"?51,'- .Sf .W ,FL ,47-fi" .R 1 fe? Rr.. - ' , ' ,.-S: 27. 1 ' T"" - -, .1 1.,,.9 3- ': -A ,, .. Q 7Ai .R .Q ? li I "9 uhmumuq uuuusaw his ummm GRN, ',. v , 1 nm. un- lumnm.. Seplmlm 20 l957 'WIN' NM Cylfltfefzg, JMWM .WZ Clflfdzfe, J Af! .Jjiff ,Q-aJ'. P. Dill, M. Shaver, C. Kovcck, L. Carbone, R. Lambert, E. Hcxupt. B. Holsopple, I. Toth, E. Miller, I. Wirbick, P. Strelko, B. Reed. B. Lambert M. Shaver P. Dill BASKETBALL COACHES BEST ATHLETE Each year a boy is chosen from the Senior Class who seems to most near- ly represent the best all around ath- lete of the class. The athlete named to this honor for the graduating class of 1958 is Frank Krevetski. Frank has been outstanding in all the high school sports including baseball, basketball, and football. I ACK DICKEY Assistant Coach CHESTER PFEFFER Head Coach Seventy One Frank Krevetski M Qtzfzwn FOURTH: I. Miller, T. Miller THIRD: G. Clark, I. Tomcik, L. Radar, F. Weible, R. Fusina, W. Mrogik, I. Ianidlo, H. Miller, E. Grebeck SECOND: D. Walker, D. Massung, C. Logue, M. Kolonich, A. Lake, I. Anderson, D. Koontz, T. Thompson, P. Georg, D. Stotler FIRST: H. Dom, W. Gerney, E. Stotler, I. Yerovsek, F. Krevetski, G. Peden, I. Potochar, B. Tokar, T. Fyock FOOTBALL 25 . . . 20 . . . 15 . . . 10 . . . 5 . . . TOUCHDOWN! Yes, Forbes completed another football series, carrying the pigskin through a season which we consider the best ever, With eight wins and a lone defeat. After many rugged practices in all types of weather, our boys came through with so much de- termination and enthusiasm, that a crowd of F. H. S. rooters went home from eight games with sat- isfaction written all over their faces. Consequently, our respect and honor goes to our team of well trained fellows who fought hard every minute, every game, making football for 1957-1958 a thrill-packed and very successful season. Seventy Two Jia!! QAM line STEPHEN STATNICK Assistant Coach CHESTER PFEFFER Coach B. George, I. Iock, R. lock, T. Radar A -- TOP PICTURE: SECOND: FIRST: W. Gerney, E. Stotler, H. Dom F. Krevetski, B, Tokcn A. Lake, I. Yerovsek, R. Fusina G. Clark, T. Fyock, I. Potochar G. Peden FEET," 1 1 v U . 4-n4" " Q7 CO-CAPTAINS E ty I x y A BIG UPSET Forbes . . . 7 O U U- 7 Y , Boswell . 6 U U 7-13 BLANKED MOUNTAINEERS ' Forbes 7 0 6 14-27 Berlin 0 0 0 O- U SMASHED THEM Forbes 13 13 13 12--40 Meyersdale U U U 0- U ge H, ref is-I JAMES YEROVSEK FRANK KREVETSKI Tackle Quarterback STILL ON TOP RUNAWAY Forbes 14 13 13 Forbes 13 13 13 13-52 Chestnut Ridge O U U t Southmont 0 U U 7- 7 ROLLS TO Z0-U VYIN VICTORY AGAIN Forbes 7 U 13 Forbes , 7 7 O 7-21 Penns Manor U U U South Fork 0 U O U- O EASY VICTORY j VICTORY NO. 8 ENDS SEASON Forbes 21 7 6 V 1 Forbes 13 7 13 7-40 Turkeytoot 0 0 0 3, ' f, Laurel Valley . U 0 0 0- 0 X' 1 1: I I . fa X E F! 2 A I BARRY TOKAR GERALD PEDEN IOSEPH POTOCHER Haltback End Tackle Seventy Four '11 x-111 1 ,ff 5 x v-4 TERRY FYOCK Guard FOOTBALL CA PTA1NS 1956-Ronald Bowers Thomas Rice Eugene Miller Ronald Croyle 1957-William Iurgevich Frank Krevetski 1958-Frank Krevetski Iames Yerovsek i-vs 4- ,A 'J ALBERT LAKE End FORBES PARADE OF SPORTS ALL-COUNTY FOOTBALL 1957-58 FIRST TEAM Frank Kreyetski, Ioseph Potochar SECOND TEAM Iames Yerovsek HONORABLE MENTION Barry Tokar, Ernest Stotler TEAM RECORD 1Season1 INDYVIDUAL POINTS 1952-53 . 1 1, . To 1 148 Pts. 1950-51 . Nuugle-76 1954-55 232 Pts. 1954-55 1 Bowers-99 1957-59 299 Pls. nj' WAYNE GERNEY Fullback ! 5 l 5. , SSX ERNEST STOTLER Hallback ALL-D1STR1CT Ioseph Potochar 11'1onorab1e Menlionl ALL-STATE Gerald Peden 1Honorab1e Mentionl ALL-AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL TEAM Frank Krevetski !Honorab1e Mention? TEAM RECORD fSing1e Camel 1952-53 . .. ,, . , .,.. ., 45-U 1954-55 46-0 1957-58 52-7 1 I r 51 1? X 1' ' A 1 . 'N JAMES ANDERSON HAROLD DOM Cenler Fullback Seventy Five uf 'cerfenfin Dura Clam low E. Stoller, W. Mcmeer, E. Croyle, D. Wecxkland, F. Krelvetski, G. Peden, R. Pusincr, E. Grebeck, I. Henry B Tokur M Henry Mr. Pfeffer. Dale .... . Soulhmont Dale ....... Southmont Berlin ,.... Shade Stonycreek Rockwood Salisbury . Meyersclczle Turkeyfool 37 45 48 54 56 34 49 60 28 61 34 Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes BASKETBALL SCORES 48 I. B. I. 57 Somerset . 77 Shade 59 Stonycreek 77 Meyersdale 89 Turkeyfoot 80 Boswell 72 Berlin 70 Salisbury , 81 Rockwood Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes INTERDISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP-Wampum 83 Forbes 60 Seventy Six Zfazdf? , V n 1 p x .R K , 1 I Xp XX , - V ,. ' ' I ,f I. I A a X! .R -1 Ni ERNEST STOTLER ' K WILLIAM MANEER Guard Q L Guard A 1, Q54 ,LJ .J , , I ltlii 1 v I x mf. "J ' L ' I3 ' .' '- we Q 1 are l ip 1 .wx , FRANK KREVETSKI I ' , Forward . ' 71 ' K : -I , , - ,' 5 - - J' N ' DONALD WBAKLAND MACK HENRY Forward Forward Seventy Seven Leietdltd - ,X rf w K , I I .I W " F 5 I X A f N , X, fix , N. .ls 6 - 1 E J BARRY TOKAR Forward ' I I Q I a, '5 ?FQ', 1' 1' VTX . ' K '-' :Thx if .. 'g -xx s vi .5 M 1 , Q x .1 O GERALD PEDEN 'N " Center I , ' xx .CQ A , ,g.,.,4 N z IACK HENRY Forward gn- '. xf"'X' in--.... 'JY---v u .. s.-5 - f1'R'l ' f Q I Our Boys in Action. Seventy Eight 9 DLT yd? 66 4 FIRST: D. Dole ...,......,....,.A Southmont ,,,..,.. Dale ........,....,..., Southmont ...,..., Berlin ................ Shcrde ,............... Sionycreek ...... Decker, Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes SECOND: I. O'Roc1rk, T. Swank, T. Miller, E. Shaffer, D. Walker, I. lock, M. Grebeck. H. Miller, M. Zcrpotosky, I. Gorsuch, F. Weible, W. Mrogik, M. Zborovcmcik, R. Shaver 37 38 29 34 19 35 49 I. Polochur A. Lake Rockwood ........ 25 Forbes Salisbury .......... 36 Forbes Meyersdcle ...... 21 Forbes Turkeyioot ........ 17 Forbes I. B. I. .............. 25 Forbes Somerset .......... 33 Forbes Berlin ...... 39 Forbes 52 Shade 45 Stonycreek 44 Salisbury 31 Meyersocrle 46 Turkeyioot 30 l- B. I. 27 Rockwood BASKETBALL MANAGERS Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Forbes Seventy Nine :ln -ylmerican cgkaorf I , - , 1 SECOND: I. Yerovsek, D. Rose, F. Weible, F. Krevetski, I. Anderson, T. Fyock, D. Weakland, R. Custer. FIRST: D. Walker, T. Thompson, I. Ianidlo, E. Grebeck, G. Clark, L. Manges, V. Fulton. BASEBALL Spring is here with the robin and flower. You may be thinking that the young man's fancy tums to thoughts of love, however in the case of the boys at F. H. S., it is quite a different story. Yes, the boys at Forbes busily start digging in the cellar tor a battered baseball and glove. Lugging the bat over his shoulder, our boy is on his way, with a dreamy look in his eyes, to the old ballground. Is this love? ? ? Oh, yes . . . for baseball! ! ! Eighty Windber Plumbmg G Supply Co COVER STUDIO r1w1.,f.ps-x 'O 54.2 U 52278 Gllmfzmmf, 46,6 H I 7 Hamel Shaffers Suns Hardware Furniture Electrical Appliances 0+O FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE O+O cg Phone 2131 N HOOVERSVILLE W PENNSYLVANIA G Q Eighty Two S ONE STOP sHoPP1Nc. Now You Can Shop For All Your Needs In Just One Stop at 3 . E See Bee Shopping Center Including GIANT SUPER MARKET +o+ NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES AT LOWER PRICES We Give ScS'cH Green Stamps +o+ Phone 2111 S ROUTE 53 AT HOOVERSVILLE 9 :954ie54D.k9Vie54ik954ik0'Qe'40k9940a:9540:Q954De5'Qe14Dk e"4iaf:DFD:f554Qk:914DC-5 Eighty Th ree C9G-t?2Ei?Q:-1?Q:i6::'QG1?QQ:t?fQx?EGx6:4Q4C?QGnt?NQAfNQn?Nb1?fQ:c?fb-:6:hfQxG 5 F 5 F Paul Cool Company House Coal Stoker and R-M -1 Phone -f R. D. 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Banquets--Class Reunions+-Dinners-Summer Stock GREEN GABLES NEW STUDIO BARN Unusual Settings for Important Large Dinners BANQUETS - REUMONS Q- CLUB DINNERS STOUGHTON LAKES Swimming and Boating - Ice Skating and Skiing PHONES: BOSWELL 9443 or 3512 Eighty S ix K 'E K 52 SC C12 2 K C2 if 'Q in 52 I Ki I Q K 'Q K 'Q Q' Y K 72 K CQ Q 'Q ti :-:9,cDx-DFik:9Vi:e09Q :QJQ 6'Q:-:DVQx:95DfQ N033 'SDXQVY 'IRQ' 3-J 9 5-J 'i..J '3 EJ' 'l Longratulatzons Senwrs PEOPLES STATE BANK No Service I hnrge On f h9Cklll1L Accounts ZMWO Interest On Sav1ngs ennerstown Pennsylvanxa Sheflln I-lmusemenl Company Phone MA 9 2233 lv r 'E . . . 'Y . . .' f 'l f W f W f - 'l f' ' ' W ' , . W . , , , s , n , r ' 'X f T f 'l l ' f' 'l T 'U F 'Y f , 5 Compliments ,- 'W of r 3 f' I 'T f 'U I' W T 0 'P f 7 f W 1 - f u W Boswell Pennsylvania f' G9QxJ5Qk0V5aJ5Q:J5QQFig3QQ5QQKDk95Qk95Qv:D5Qw?J5QN05QkD54b:J3QG Eighty Seven Compliments T 'I of Q Somerset Auto Dealers Assn. S BA CHEVROLET AND CADILLAC MARDIS FORD AND MERCURY 3 SAYLORS DODGE AND PLYMOUTH WILLIAMS AUTO REPAIR ROY SHAULIS AND SON PONTIAC AND INTERNATIONAL Q WALKER CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH S 2 RUNNER OLDSMOBILE Compliments 4 Q 3 of Attorneys Practicing Law IN SOMERSET COUNTY composing SOMERSET COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION O95Q654D::s9'ie'4ie'iad9Qe9':Oe3":bQ'QQQefQ:qDV:OM:JF:DxJVi:d5'Qk09QC9 E igh ty Eight G.Gb'4Q7s624962'2QmO:GJ C?fQ:7s?Ez62'fE1?'f Ef.?G.?'fQz Qvcfbf Q7:6":'f QS QD Q QD Q 9 Q 9 Q 9 Q 9 Q J Q J Q J Q Q Q 3 Q J 4 Q GJ Congratulations to the CLASS OF 358 from Windber Plumbing Sm Supply Co. 1224 Graham Avenue :JW Windber Pennsylvania Make Your Future Secure INSURE WITH K. H. WAGNER AGENCY +O+ R. D. No. 2 Stoystown, Penna. "ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE" E' h N- :QWQMQTQJVYM QV? 9 Q 2 J Q .5 9 5:93 CONGRATULATIONS High School Seniors! GLOSSER BROTHERS extends hearty congratulations to the Forbes Ioint High School Graduating Class of 1958. We sincerely hope that your future will be filled with happiness and worthy achievements. - CCVER STUDIC Photography Phone 5-8442 504 Main Street Iohnstown, Pennsylvania Ninety S765 K 32 K' 5 2 Q' 'Q T 'B Q' 2 'Q T K2 T 'Q SF Cl SC 2 52 T 32 QD il Q awiyi :::9'fQ, fab. . 93:0 Q fi 9694? 3:9545 fb 9 Q Q Q J Q 2 2 9 Q J Q 2 2 Q Q 5 Q Q Cf Q J Q Q Q 3 Q5 9 Jilfi. 'E SF L2 K 52 Q' 52 6 'Q I LD T Q Q' C2 K fl K' E I L32 K LQ K Q K 'Q if E M- 3 399 3 E gy 52 5 T S 2 E COMPLIMENTS M 5 OF 2 2 A F R I E N D 2 S 3 5 2 2 J Vu K2 if J -'Q 3 COMPLIMENTS S OF 5 5 HAROLD E. GODEN 5 2 5 O40 3 S 5 S 2 Boswell Pennsylvania 5 2 E Ninety One uwwwwwwmxuwmwwwawwewwwwwewwamw Somerset, Penna. R. D. 2 4 Miles North on Route "A LOOK AT THE PAST" - Visit the- LOG HOUSE EXHIBIT 11304 Period I SUGAR CAMP MUSEUM f Many Quaint Articles I ANTIQUE SHOP -0 pen Daily- Phone 4880 Betty Haupl Otto Wilt Compliments Of Flick llnal Cn. S Mcllemmens Stoystown Pennsylvan QQ fx 219 0Q7i6Nbs?'E,s6:NQ:-fs? 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BOX 48 PHONE 4304 K1 SOUTH CENTER AVENUE SOMERSET PENNSYLVANIA Ninety Four l S 3 Q A. D. GRAHAM AND CO., INC. if S BEAVER BRAND FERTILIZERS 2 SOMERSET PENNSYLVANIA 3 GOVERNOR 'THEATER The Beauties of Cinemascope E E THE WONDERS OF STEROPHONIC SOUND g E somenser PENNSYLVANIA Q Moomzs' MOTEL E Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Harris 59 S PHONE 4290 234 E. MAIN smear S somenssr, PENNA. Q .D Q LESLIE L. WHITAKER 8: SON Contractors and Distributors ASPHALT. TAR. AND ROAD MATERIAL PHONE 1334 WINDBER PENNSYLVANIA Ninety Five S EUREKA STORES g 3 S E "A CITY OF SHOPS IN ONE STORE" 3 3 WINDBER PENNSYLVANIA Q - :Q 3 S S Congratulations to the Class of 1958 S WINDBER TRUST COMPANY 3 WINDBER, PA. 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Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvama EQ TRENT'S MARKET LOIS ANN SHOPPE :TAD ON THE DIAMOND smart Ladies Apparel Phone 5916 Phone 5893 Q Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania E Q RA'rsY's TAVERN Bittner's curb Service Q . . SF Spaghew - P1222 Home of the "Bit-Burger" 5 and the "steak Room" Q Route 219 - North of Somerset GEvt?:'Q7c?'fbiG:'f Q .D Q J Q 5 Q .B Q Q 5 Q Q Q J Q 5 fr Q .5 Q J Q 2 5 , Q H C9:9AiQQk:DQk5 phone 9911 Route 219-North of Somerset 501119591 P9'1n5YlVU'1lU Somerset Pennsylvania new One Hundred Six eawasQ56Qegc2sQjo2sQ,to2sQy.fwfezo2swc2fQfc2sQMoNQjfNQfc2sQ,gWQA?fQZagfxsgwezffwwenwwoxefomafomcjwezweeoca BILL BROWN'S Compliments DINER "f . A FRIEND Jennersfown Pennsylvania HI-WAY SUPER SAM ROGER'S MARKETS STORE Quality Groceries Wall Paper Paint M eats Produce P11006 MA 9-3101 Ferrelton Somerset 31 1'3I3 Main Street Central City Boswell Pennsylvania Pennsylvania? HUN'TER'S Poultry Processing SUPER MARKET Corporation Phone MA-9-2271 313 Center Slreel Jennersfown Pennsylvania Boswell PenI1SY1V0niU JOE PRONESTI Compliments of J E W ELERS Dr. Watch and Clock Repairing Boswell Pennsylvania OHddS 52 Q' E 52 K' 52 T Q K LD Q Q I 5 2:03 yimiyin x19 we-99:0 Q33 REQ x:9'fQ.k:9'Q :QDVID :QDVE :e9'Fi:e:93 M93 :QFD -D546 we-9' :QDFDMUVQ QFMJVY 34D gil :e:954TJr:9 XJVQ J GD DGKWQ fhfQyc?4QzG'CfD Weiser Music Center Nlffefhmlse COIP- Everything in Music Manufacturers of J Ready Mixed Concret S Phone 8-5821 Concrete Pilocks S 410 Main Street crashed sisjnd E Johnstown Pennsylvania Windber Pennsylvania 3 Commitments Compliments 5 ff of Q C si G COAL 3 Phone 2261 WRECKERS S Hooversville Pennsylvania Stoystown Pennsylvania 5 Compliments of I. X. L. CREAMERY INC. SMITH BROTHERS Milk lee Cream and CQ Friedens Pennsylvania SNYDER'S POTATO CHIPS SPORTSMAN'S K2 Berlin Pennsylvania One H undre .1 sigh: K, .5 Gam E7cG:'fQ7s?fQ7c?'fQzCF GJ GAG! .FNQZGN Q-7r.?' 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No. 1 Stoystown Clenfielfl F arms - Beaver -PM - A FRIEND Q Boswell - MA-9-5822 2 Rochesfer-SP-4-5773 29 5 ' lf' ' 7 l. f Q 3 SELLERS DINER S T E W A R T S Q ' QS E2 Home Cooked Meals Hardware Q Slj Electrical Appliances E Chien 6 to P. Gfgcgfigs 52 32 Jennersfown Pennsylvania Jennerstown Pennsylvania K, - E sf 9 3 Compliments O. D. Barnett 8C SOIIS Q ff f tl i G3 0 le Farm Equipment 5 . Q WHITE STAR HCTEL Phone - Boswell 3235 Q il gl Jennerslown Pennsylvania Bggwell Pennsylvania ZS 3 E ' Congratulations to the W i 1958 Graduates Complmlents K7 . Of Dorfman 8: Hoffman DR. FETCHO Boswell Pennsylvania l One Hundred Ten On 6 H Undred E1 I1 R0 ,Q N940 M9 W A-J ibm VF lgwmgif. if W is bf' KP O We J :S 'Q ' cf, ge- M Q10 El W 5' " 'ak Z 7. ti gi? MGR - 5' E, a..::: M 3 IP :UC-' x-fa: G5 C1 F03 ' WR fgg M sag 9 5 'W 5 L. eil.. E 52: O 5' .2 Qi? g : DUE- 5 'U Eff is : ul M 1:55 Ebay? Jr 0 9 5 Q ma: 1 W. Ji E Q -5 .Nui " W 1 Z 1-1 w fem on 5 Qyqg' N S. 5' S 'u g XJ. 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Johnstown, Pa. BENDER SHOE Phone 576 Phone 9-3751 Somerset Pennsvlvenie P COMPLIMENTS OF K A M P ' S SCHRADER'S DRUG FAMILY SHOE STORE ff' STORE Phone 5706 E Stoystown Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania 'Q is COMPLIMENTS OF DuMBAuLD'S WEAVER'S TIRE SERVICE SERVICE STATION Best Place in Somerset County for ' Atlantic Products Complete Tire Service 6 Stoystown Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania 5 COMPUMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF , SI-IARP'S 3 ROSE S BARBER SHOP. SERVICE STATION S Stoystown Pennsylvania Kamner Pennsylvania fb One Hundred Twelve Eefwsfweffsuwwezwezweiwwgwbgwwwegffsgmbgwbgffesewefee GENE'S AUTO BODY B 8 VV HARDWARE l'l1 Channel Drive Q Phone MA-9-3123 Phone 425' 5 Somerset Pennsylvania SHEFTKTS COMPLIMENTS OF STYLE CENTER JOE LEONAP-D'S CLOTHING AND sHo1:s BARBER SHCP 3 300 Cenler Sfreel Boswell, Pa. Hooversville Pennsylvania Q BOSWELL NEWS BALTZER'S IEWELRY S 9 PUBLISHERS PRINTERS AND GIFT SHOP phone 2115 Compliments to Class of 1958 K Boswell Pennsylvania Hooversville Pennsylvania 5 ,- BEN PETERS COMPLIMENTS OF 3 armies and Confectionery SHAFFER fa EDWARDS Route 30 af Ralphlon Road DRUG STORE Phone 2662 Boswell. PC- Hooversville Pennsylvania SI'IONBERG'S B E C K E R ' S Clothing -- Shoes BARBER SHOP For the Entire Family gl 301 Center Sl. Boswell, Pa. Hooversville Pennsylvania tp COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF HORNER'S SNYDER'S RESTAURANT Main Slreel 5'0YS'0W'1 PGDHSYIVUFWU Hooversville Pennsylvania BEST W,sHES MARSlN'S TAVERN DINE - DANCE' PAUL R. BLANSET Phone 241 4 WHOLESALE Hooversville Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS or ' I N M0126 S Esso STAT O MATSE'S GARAGE omplete Esso Service Sloyslown Pennsylvania ON ROUTE 53 GJ'i aJ9Q :9'Qwk95:DN93gD::954bwJ1:DG One Hundred Thirfeen O STAHIJS IEWELRY FINDLEY'S PHARMACY FRED K. FINDLEY, Ph. B. s. Phone 4062 Phone 6290 136 W. Main Street Somerset Pennsylvania Somerset Pennsylvania PELICAN COMPLIMENT S OF E GATEWAY R STAURANT RESTAURANT Somefsel Pen'15YlVanlU Somerset Pennsylvania SI-IAFFER'S BLOCK COMPLIMENTS OF WORK LOHR FURNITURE CO. ' Cement Blocks-Aluminum Windows Pe0Ple'5 Bank Building Split Blocks for Veneering 501119597 Pefm5YlVUnlU Phone 5176 Somerset, Pa. Visit OUT uR9C0fd Barn K2 EARL BARCLAY SPANGLER'S GIFT SHOP 3 B . . . DISTINCTIVE GIFTS urldmg Specralty Dealer Greeting Cards for A11 Occasions Q Phone 5558 243 W. Main Street on 'he Diamond SOHIGFSGYI Pa. Somerset Pennsylvania S C H R O C K ' S PETTINA'S TAILOR SHOP IEYELRY SHQP Made to Order Suits Watch and Iewelry Repair ALTERATIONS phone 6713 131 W. Union Street Somerset Pennsylvania Somefsef P9""15YlVUnlU I. RO. SPANGLER'S GENES BARBER SHOP NURSERY phone 3193 Patriot Street Stoystown Pennsylvania . EVERGREENS Somerset Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS OF SANNER GREENHOLISES Phone 2171 B E R K E Y ' S ESSO STATION Gas- Oil-Accesories Lubrication Hooversville Pennsylvania Friedens Pennsylvania B R U N 0 A S SHAFFER TRANSFER BARBER SHOP Phone 2191 Boswell Pe'1n5YlVC'1iU Hooversville Pennsylva.nia One Hundred Fourteen :QQ Q5 336' . :D k0"4iN93Q 3gi:e5':95':i T T S A B 3 A A A 3 S gg' STOYSTOWN CLARK as STUFFT 3 5 AUTO WRECKERS COAL CO. KJ R. D. No. 3 Phone 2764 t . J Sfoysfgwnl pa, Hooversvllle Pennsylvamu A A---A Q Sb COMPLIMENTS OF ' G2 HENDERSON INC. MOONEYS LUNCH 9 220 W. Main Street Spaghetti and Submarine 'Q Q Q Sandwiches Q ---Iphcfnf Somerset 61 13 Holsongle -bm Pennsylvania KJ MARIAN S WAYSIDE MITCHELL'S GARAGE if l FURNITURE l 24 HOUR SERVICE 3 Nationally Advettlsed Furniture . Q Phone 3231 cb and Rugs i . K3 Davidsvme Pennsylvania Hooversvnlle Pennsylvoma F381 a'4f04M'Pf'-4. 0 S One Hundred Fifteen ....2land9n We, the graduates ot 1958 would like to express our deepest thanks and sincere appreciation to all who helped make our stay in school the best years ol our lives: first, our parents who gave their most to help us do our best, then our teachers who guided us with the utmost patience, and lastly, our patrons who worked hand in hand with our class and helped us obtain the best education possible. We hope that in the future we will prove to be a group that you will be proud of in the building ot better schools, better communities, and a better America, One Hundred Sixteen


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