Ford City High School - Trireme Yearbook (Ford City, PA)

 - Class of 1954

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' nv 'fi yi 4 13- v""' 584- x AW J' jf Y' fave P' 'EP NOT HER yearbook but to the staff it IS not just that It s our book, a product of our work and effort A yearbook signifies the graduation of another senior class and the loss of many memorable experiences We present this yearbook as a reminder of the teachers, classmates and activities, that played such a great part in our school life We sincerely hope you enjoy its contents 'fue QW FACULTY ADMINISTRATION pa e 7 TABLE or CONTENTS ,J Tx g,3i:,,gfIgEF" Iffzg 1:1-'P .AED ' 1 'Tia -xv- 1,- Lkw ATHLETICS page 85 SENIOR UNDERCLASSMEN page ACTIVITIES page 55 ADVERTISING page 103 5 . ,X V. , I :F I 55 , , L f II'-my I I 1 s I - TSS? ' ' L6 " lit I iggs EQ I- W, 55 I ' I j i , SM .2 33 k K E -I ,LQ 3. Q . 151 " , ,Tv Iggy, L4 752, sw ,Qu Iviy' 1-' 'gift I y -I .A will , M. 'ag' rt I . Xtrg,-5: 1 05531- Yifzn - 'wqggmml , , .- ' X K , x, I I I ., s "fx I T N I f .--fy A f. , - - A' 'Q'-1510. X"" VN'-1,-I. ' 4 f fx? iv' ' ' . K 5 I , 1 , 4, ,I If N - X , Q . L Q , .Jw , lv, A C E, the graduating class of 1954, wish to take the opportunity of dedicating this memorandum of our high school experi- ences to a faculty member who has been out- standing to us as a teacher, leader, and di- rector. We have known him for his kindness, understanding and guidance when we encoun- tered situations where a solution was not evi- dent. He has always been present when needed to scatter the many obstacles which confronted us. To you, Mr. Baum, we dedicate our book. May it be a lasting mem- ory of a class that will never forget you. ADMINISTRATION 1 5 f FAC ULTY unif- Senator A.R. Pechang Miss Margaret Mongaving Dr. Paul Opalkag Dr. Ted Rupert: Mr. D.L. Duff: Mr. Lewis G. Goldmang Mr. John Mclntoshg Mr. John P. Badura. BQ The men who link our community with the school EDUCATION 'Ig M ,. V Yechaix SS Mar rs-Ye' Se gmef A4 5699591 . 6315 CI' S1-at 011g-a 3651 .V SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS hr sw 'R Paul N Marsh C R MARSH 1S the admmrstrator of the Ford C1ty School System carrymg out the educatlonal program es tablished by the state lI1 accordance wrth the W1SheS of the local board Mr Marsh s Message To The Class of 1954 CNHE Class of 1954 1S fortunate to have been Jn attendance durlng a per1od of unusual prosper1ty You have been able to rnaugurate and carry to completron t be ef1c1al to present and future classes You have witnessed and have projec s n had a part rn the approval of the umon operatlon of the communrty schools Each ala of you w1ll have a larger part to play rn the development of thrs undert ng We trust the experrences and trarmng you have galned here w1ll be used to the best advantage Your Alma Mater IS ready at all trmes to assrst each of you rn any way possrble I extend to each member of the Class of 1954, of the Ford Crty Hlgh School, my congratulatrons and best wrshes for the future . as,- , .il W . S. ' ' ,l ' K Q Xr:?"i.is5'kig1sg. X' ' i 'E 'L 1735 s -. If S o S :af fk:R1ffQ l T' 'sf 'Y 1 - Ev-af Q 4 .L ' N Piif- Ex W , .Q rsprgzff' Q.. V X if S ' 1 . . Gb! . . . . . ELEMENLTARY W PRINCIPAL WILLIS A . BAUM Ljq LONG with the duties as principal of the Grade School, Mr. Baum al- so performs the duties of faculty manager of athletics and advisor for the student activity accounts. RAYMOND E . MILLER CNOR the past four years of Mr. Miller has fulfilled the role of principal, advi- sor, instructor and friend to all of us in Ford City jun- ior-Senior High School. X unix x A f' - 6 "" T! M J VIRGINIA ABRAHAM WILLIAM ABRAHAM B.S, in Education B,A, in Education Waynesburg College University of Pittsburgh Reading Master in Education lliver Education FACULTY LEWIS A, BUYERS ELMIRA BRODHEAD B,S. in Education B.A. Indiana Grove City College State Teachers College English ll, Speech General Science, Math ROBERT ADAMS MARGARET AUBREY SARA BAKER B,S, in Education B,S, in Education B.A. in Education California State Teachers Duquesne University Westminster College College U,S, History HiStOry. P.O.D. Master in Education University of Pittsburgh Mechanical Drawing wi s- asa f ,. 1 Liv. I i it N 3 f ff I F 7 , X F ff Q , a K r Q l for A ESTELLE BEC KWITH LOLA LAVERNE BEVINGTON ROBERT BLACK B, S, and Main Education B. M. B,S. Geneva College University of Pittsburgh Brenau College Master in Education Music, Writing COHSGTVMOTY University of IHSUUITICHLBI Biology' Science PAUL CARUSO B.S, in Education JOHN CONNERS Clarion B,S. in Industrial Edl State Teachers College CHIHCQC Tech Masters in Administration B.A. Masters in Education Universit of Pittsbur h WeSUT1il1Ster College Universit of Pittsbur h Y 8 l Y 8 8th Grade Math English II Guidance t S ll ,M-ai fk 5135" IA MES DAVIS LINA DeHOUT GEORGE DUPIERREUX BESSE EKIS . CHARLES GREGORY B.S. in Education B.S. in Bl-lSil'l9SS Edl1C3fi0f1 Standard Certificate Normal Diploma Lf! B,S, Shippenburgh Indiana Pittsburgh Clarion F' Grove City College Teachers College State Teachers College Woodwork Civics - ' Masters in Education Master in Education Bookkeeping University of Pittsburgh of Pittsburgh Commercial Math Algebra, Geometry Biology, Phys. Ed. --4, FACULTY ANNE LESSER ANNA LONGWELL KATHLEEN MCCOY B.A . Served Apprenticeship Fhiel College in Indiana 7th English Pittsburgh State Teachers Home Economics Masters in Literature - University of Pitt History, Math MARTHA MITCHELL MARY NYPAVER EDWARD MILLER B.S. in Education IOSEPHINE MYERS B. S. in Education MATTIE PAINTER B.A. Clarion Normal Certificate Clarion B.A, in Education State College State Teachers College Indiana State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh English III Librarian Seventh History 7th English, Spanish 8th English, Spelling sl M IANICE PARSON IEAN PORTZ IESSIE RHINES HUBERT B. RUPERT NANCY RUST B.S. in Education B.S. in Art Normal Diploma B,S, in Education B.S. in Education Lock Haven Edinboro Clarion University of Illinois Pennsylvania State State Teachers College State Teachers College Geography Masters in Education Girls' Phys Ed English I Art University of Pittsburgh Phys. Ed. I .4-si FACULTY CLAIRE SCI-IAFFER MILDRED SCHALL EDITH SHRENSKY Standard Certificate B, S. in Education M. S. in Education llegheny Central Hospital Indiana Pennsylvania State College Nurse State Teachers College B,S, in Education Geography Indiana State Teachers College T n YM g Jn!! IMROLD SOWERS ALICE STEINER THEODORE SHA KLEY . B.S. in Education B.A. in Education MARGARET SHUBERT B.S. in Education IO SIMMONS Bethany College University of Pittsburgh Permanent Special Indiana B.S. in Education Masters in Education Masters in History nive of Pittsburgh State Teachers College University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Columbia University Commercial 'Ith Math Health Chemistry, Physics History, Latin r--221' ,Q Z 09" PATRICIA MARTIN THOMPSON DONALD WALL JOHN WILSON STRITTMATTER B. M. in Education B.A, in Education B.S. in Education J B. S. in Education Illinois University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh pennsylvania Wesleyan University Masters in Letters Masters in Letters grate College Vocal Music University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Home Economics English TV Algebra ELEMENTARY FACULTY 'BI ,J ROBERTA BRUNER DOROTHY BRYAN KATHERYN GLEESON LILLIAN REICHART EDNA THOMPSON Normal Certificate Normal Diploma Normal Diploma B.S. in Education B.S. in Education Indiana Indiana Indiana Clarion Slippery Rock Kindergarten Fifth Grade First Grade State Teachers College State Teachers College Third Grade Sixth Grade MARION WEAVER MADGE WEBER B.S. in Education B.S. in Education CEI-ESTE WEAVER Indiana suppery Rock ELIZABETH WHITMAN ARDENA woLFE Normal Diploma State Teachers College State Teachers College N01'm31 Diploma B. S. in Education SHPPCIY Rock Masters in Education Masters in Education Indiana Indiana 31316 TCHCUCIS C0116g6 University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania State College State Teachers College State Teachers College 56001101 Grade Third Grade Fifth Grade Second Grade Fourth Grade . U mfg s V rl .1 N x IANITORIAL STAFF Front Row--Mr. Flick, Mrs. Kovach, Mrs. Hel- gren and Mr. Renaldo. Back Row--Mr. Umbaugh, Mr. Easley, Mr. Cog- ley, Mr. Frick and Mamie, the school cat. ., .3 N To an -5 Fw ' ' 'Elo TJ FIRST X t as- SEMESTER , a STUDENT TEACHERS 'w-+..,- Mr. Weisner Mr. Cowan Mr. Prencipe ,ffm fi Gif! CANDIDS ,J 1 ev Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Sonya Myers . . . .Treasurer Joe Vargo . . . . President Robert Onofrey . Vice President Georgiann Earley . . .Secretary SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 18 Miss DeHout, Mr. Sowers, Mr. Wall, Mrs. Baker VEDA AITES Forever chewing gui.. . . . Is Joyce's shadow. . . Enjoys her frequent visits with Miss DeHout. . . One of our engaged girls. DOROTHY ALLENSWORTH Plans to go into the field of social work. . . A high ambition. . . Earnest worker. . . Spends her spare time reading. xQ 1 ,faq M-3171 6 '51 MERLE BARGER Hails from Garretts Run with Dick and Roger... Hopes to attend college... Ardent sports fan. . . Main interest--mechanics. RUBY BECK A quiet Burrell Town- ship girl. . . Likes her violin and mu- sic in general. . . Also likes reading and typing class. ci DALE ANDERSON Longs for every- thing connected with horses. . . Plans to own race horses someday. . . In- sists his dog is his best friend. JANET C. BAILEY Enjoys roller- skating and health classes. . . Can be found in the company of Joanne, Shirley, Henri, Dot and Ruthie. ROBERT E. BAKER First-rate guy from Bethel Township. . . Wants 'to be a pilot... A math whiz... Quiet, but not often. WILLIAM R, BAKER Likes to give the girls a line... Always telling people to drop dead.. . Loafs at the Mechling residence. ,riff JMU WO!! '11, ,,-it is fr, ,. SENIORS ROBERT BOOTH Came from Taren- tum his Sophomore year. . . Contri- buted greatly to the school's various decorations. . . Plans to study at Pitt to become a draftsman. FRED E. BOOTH Interested in sports Friends with Chicken and the gang from Pumkin Center... Likes all food in large quantities. CHARLES P, BOWER Pals with Bevo and Soapy. . . Loves sports - espe- His cially baseball and bowling aim in life is to bowl 300. IDA BOWSER Plans to be a nurse. . . Has an infectious laugh. . . Pals with Pat, Sally, Barb and Mary. . . Nice friend. is JOHN EUGENE BICANOVSKY Likes girls? fOh, noj. . . Has a long walk to school from the Lower End. . . Plans on studying medicine at Pitt. ""l!'!lln iii' ROBERTA BLONDEAUX A lively member of our class... Says "I'll be jiggered." when confronted with a problem. . . Prefers "52" Fords. MERRI BLOOM A female Horace Greeley. . . One of our "ta1ler" sen- ior girls. .. Mr. Baum's cliiefnheagf- ache. RICHARD BOARTS "Tiny Tim" from the hilltop.. . Loves to tinker with cars... Buddies with fair, Schreck and Pete 2 -.it 'T 'if "QQ,-gun? -J-wife 4 'US' fi! 5 Q or M Q4 Y THOMAS BOWSER Ambition is to graduate... One of our Cadogan boys. . . Friendly. . . Enjoys himself anywhere. . . Future lies in the Navy. DELORES COWAN Can be seen at every basketball game. . . Can't de- cide about the future. . . Always seen I withffloyce and Veda. , I 1 1 Lv , r , . I K -I F, v w1L.1.1AM F CRAWFORD Appears as 1 the bashffl Jtype, but we know dif- ferent. . .P en at the Owl's Nest with ' b Tub. . . llifijoyed his football career. X I . BETTY CRISSMAN Comes to us from Garretts Run. . . Usually seen ar the Owl's Nest. . . Always saying "It could have been worse. " . A ' ,,., . dqmfm 95 ea., 'li QQKGQ Ou' 'CCSP N510 is 61'-,L fn it-Y as N 1 1954 ROBERT CRYTZER One of the Gar- retts Runboys. . . Never seen without Stivy, Schreck or Zeke. . . Chases the rabbits in November. IAMES I. DAVIS Very friendly lad from Garretts Run. . . Tries to pre- tend he's the quiet type... Likes carpentering. . . Loafs with Wolfy. LEROY DAVIS One of the Rosston gang. . . Quiet'?. . . Enjoys baseball and study halls. . . Ardent sports en- thusiast. . . Future xmdecided. SHIRLEY MAE DILLARD Loves rol- lerskating and is frequently seen at Cicero's. . . Has a highly infectious laugh. . . Fun to know. RUTHIE MAE EDWARDS Personality gal of the class... Keeps that trim figure by walking to school with Shirley, Dorothy and Rita. LOIS ELGIN Came to us this year from Elderton. . . Has a quiet and friendly manner. . . A very ambitious commercial student. WILLIA M F. ELWOOD Fine ' tenor voice. . . Very active young man. . . Enjoyed commercial studies. . . ten seen with Gene and Jingles. SHARON EVANS Vivacious, cheery lass from Garretts Run... May join the Waves... Friendly with Betty and Sis. CLIFFORD DUNN A fugitive from the hilltop.. . Never seen alone in his Blue Kaiser. . . Favorite school subject- -Study halls. GEORGIANN EARLEY The girl with the most leadership. . . One third of Earley, Liberto and Nycz, Inc. . . . Plans Nursing career. 1 'L RONALD EWING Member of the Hilltopper gang. . . Plays baseball and basketball for Ford Cliff. . . A- V1 cl . ports fan. CLOYD FAIR Nice looking lad from Cadogan. . . Small but mighty. . . Enjoys football. . . Possesses a subtle sense of humor. JOANNE GAINOR Future lady in white... Our most athletic g1r1 Arrives on the Cadogan bus each morning... Has a keen sense of humor. NELSON GEIGER Enjoys his long walk from the hilltop... May at- tend I.S.T.C .... Prefers history and cheeseburgers. . . Works for Doc Winters. ROY M. GRADEN Our gift from Manorville. . . Pals with Bcvo, Goose, Pickles. . . His ambition is to play for the Cards... Good Luck, Bevo. CAROLE GREEN insists she talked her way through school. . . Spends her time skating. . . Frequently seen in Kittanning with Jean Ann 'T JANET GROVE Friendly, busy, chatty and dependable describe her... Manorville's contribution to F.C.H.S. Tooted the school's bass clarinet. HYATT L. HAWK Plans to be a carpenter. . . Hunting and his car keep him occupied... hasa deep bass voice. . . Enjoys living. PATRICIA D. HAZEN Very active girl. . . Looking forward to college . . . Likes unusual clothes. . . There's lots of fun when Pat's around. BETTY IANE I-IEASLEY Will be a quiet and efficient secretary... Loves to write letters. . . Always seen with Janet and Shirley... Writes clever poetry. SENIORS A LOIS I-IEASLEY Quiet and nice to know.. . Rides the bus from Burrell Tovmship. . . Likes to travel. . . Seen with Esther. SALLY JOANNE HEILMAN A viva- cious blue-eyed girl who is never quiet a minute. . . Her ambition is to go to Wheaton College. RICHARD HEILMAN One of the Gar- ISGS Run gang.. . Always seen with Zeke. . . Favorites are his motor- cycle and fried chicken. EUGENE I-IILEMAN Popular fellow from Campbell Hollow. . . Ace cor- netist. . . Plays French Horn, too. . . Plans to become a minister. 'VV me--r WILLIAM G. HILEMAN Interested in scientific farming. . . Travels from Campbell Hollow. . . Spends his spare time working with his car... Seen with "Tip" . NORA IO HOLLAND Loves that Ram- bler. . . Could accomplish much if she tried. . . Always seen with Lo and Jo. . . Her hobby is loafing. CHARLENE HORAN Took the Aca- demic course. . . Will take her "lady in white" training at Presbyterian Hospital. . . Phrase-- "She'1l never tell. " JOHN I-IRABOVSKY One of our great outdoorsmen... Can be found at Mack's or A1do's... Says he wants to go to California. if ' . v Alxktylm ,lllsllzz I' 1. A 'ly ' wfbnfdt 1 uf .rv '-'tt' 1954 PATRICIA D. HULINGS Is forever writing letters. . . Hails from Manor- ville. . . Inseparable from Shirley and Dolly. . . May be a lady Marine. --.J JOHN KAHAT Tallest and quietest member of the class. . . Walks from Ford Cliff with Herky, Huffy and Ken. . . Interest in woodworking. FRED KAMMERDIENER A pleasant classmate and agreeable person... Pretends to be shy??? Enjoys hunting . . . Dependable guy who gets along with everyone. KENNETH KLINGENSMITH Quiet Ford Cliffer. . . Would like to be a singer! Thinks he will be a bachelor . . . Friend to all. STEVE KOVACH Slaved over the academic course. . . One of the Ford Cliff Gang. . . lntends to study science in college. GERALD KUNST Looking forward to a future in mechanics.. . Loafs on the Korner. . . Works at Central Ser- vice. .. Occasional absentee during November. JOYCE ELAINE LEFEVER Ambition is to have a car of her very own. . . En- joys home econornics. . . We'll al- ways remember Dimples. . . Seen with Donna. LOIS IEANNE LESSIRE Enjoys her Homemaking Course. . . Earnest worker. . . Keen sense of humor. . . Pals with Jo and Nora. 'arf si JANET KIJOWSKI Took commercial course. . . Plans secretarial career . . . Loves study halls. . . Her favor- ite comeback is "I don't get it." LUBY KOTYK Has a pleasing per- sonality. . . Spends her time "work- ing" at the Pharmacy... Usually seen with her shadow, "Mar". JULIANN LEVCIK Miss DeHout's ac- complished bookkeeper. . . Plans a college future. . . Seen at the Hollow with the gang. PHYLLIS LIBERTO Won a medal at summer majorette camp. . . Am- bition is to have a career. . . Always with "Jules" and " Georgia". BERNARD LYSAKOWSKI Fine athlete . . . Has a bright future in baseball. . . Ambition is to become a commercial artist. . . One of the Korner Gang. BEVERLY JANE MCKAIN Ambition to be a "good" secretary. . . Spends time with Molly, Pat. . . Spends spare time writing letters 1-ug, iwygyy G im!-A1100 ' f,Q1f 4 ,lffs-vi! 'y rw' V I4 '.j rffy ' ' . 7' I V ' . yfhffjyvll gf ' wife 'N- T 5 , Wea EDWARD MECHLING Popular, good- looking fellow in room 303. . . Flag bearer in the marching band. . . Con- stantly into mischief. .. A11 around friend. DELORES MILLER Enjoys square dancing and talking to Norma... Hopes to become a bookkeeper... Another of our hilltoppers. 27 JEAN ANN McKERNAN Beautiful black hair and flashing eyes. . . Likes to visit the Dari-Dell with Carol and Evelyn. GEORGE MARKILINSKI Has mis- chievous eyes that sparkle when he laughs. . . Always ready to join in the fun. . . A friend to all. JOAN ARLENE MARTIN A girl full of vim, vigor and vitality. . . Paces the floor at Murphy's.. . Will be a good " girl Friday". MAXINE MATAVA A future secre- tary... Cute and blond... Has a smile for everyone... Always seen with Loretta and Rose. 'L ,g,4fQf:Lt,fL,Q D Q 5435.-Za!-4, X' RUTH MILLIGAN A Cadoganite. . . Sells Keystone shoes on Saturdays. . . Seen with Doris and Rosie. . . A very friendly person. ROSE MARIE MILZ Hails from Sixth Avenue. . . Likes typing, football games and loafing at Wray',s. . . May be seen anytime with Hooch. E1 and Max. ROBERT L. MOHR Our most at- tractive boy... Quiet till he gets started... Fine disposition... A friendly lad with a matching smile. JAMES MONROE Hopes to see the world. . . Spends his time working at the Newsstand... Enjoys riding his motor bike. SENIOR A JOAN MORDA Dashes madly from Ford Street to school each morning Known by her bangs... Likes typing and movies. SONYA lass. . . ALFRED F. MYERS Lives for his music... Plays clarinet and string bass. . . Never has a second to spare Our most intellectual... ide- serving of the honor.l NANCY LEA MYERS Would like to be able to sleep all day. . . Drives to school from Templeton. . . Always into mischief. MYERS Our most attractive Plans to enter nursing pro- fession. . . Can be found in front of the T. V. set at home. QT Af xl Fx.. WILLIAM R, MYERS Quiet lad who hails from Burrell Township... Fa- vorite subject is mechanical drawing . . . Loves swimming. . . The quiet type?? GENE NAMECHE Future--College. . . Voted most leadership. . . Spends summers working at a resort in Ohio . . . Very dependable person. ROBERT E. NEUTRELLE The class's most humorous character. . . Future-- - Navy. . . Buddies with Gene andjingles . . . Outstanding class worker. LORETTA NOVAK Ambition is to be- come another Florence Nightingale. . Frequently seen with Betty Ann. . . Has quite a sense of humor. K 1954 My I X. v A 51 fav X NI-J rx, XJ wk R IA' It ' ff' if .1 'Qu' x M " , . Y' is ' kk--V- kj. V - J 'X' + " . . . . '.-QW, ,jffr H fy pg!! JULIA NYCZ Ambition is to attend - 5. if Nh' 'X college. . . In the May Court at the F . Prom... One of our snappy baton h We 2 rwirlers ,,, rt if ' 9-5 Y if E ' ii - ,"f, f JOHN P. OLLINGER Deserving of our "most athletic" award... Future college prospect.. . 302's well dressed comedian... Tar Stadium graduate. ROBERT ONOFREY Working toward his pension at Mack's... Pals with Mumbles and Jim... Ambition--to own a Cadillac. . . Swell friend. MARY ANN PACUCH Only am- bition is to drive a green Plymouth. . . Our most humorous. . . Always with Lube and Betty. 29 'Vx PATRICIA PAUP Fifth Avenue gul. . . Future lady disk jockey?. . . Seen with Bev McKain. . . Enjoys UQ P, O. D. Has a cute set of dimples. FRANK R. PAVLIK Voted our best dancer. . . Keeps well dressed by working at the Custom Shop. . . Does gymnastic work. . . Navy prospect. gf '33 HARRY PIPER Always seen dnvmg his little Blue Jewel. . . Is a grease- monkey in his father's garage. . . Fa1thfu1 drummer in band. MADALENA REALE Very frrendly lass from Cadogan. . . Is taking the commercial course. . . Likes to read . . Always seen with Ethel. VERA LOUISE RELICH Has aspirations of being a Florence Nightingale. . . Plans to train at Citizens General Hospital in New Kensington. . . En- joys typing. JANET ELAINE RIGGLE Plans to re- ceive nurse's training at Butler. . . Most talented. . . Likes to square dance. . . Pals with Shirley and Betty. H. DALE ROBINSON A scientific master-mind who plans to be an electronics engineer. .. Drives the V-8 to school every morning. ELEANOR ROVNYAK Inseparable from MJ. Spends her spare time working U1 at Wray's... A1- ways drawing when she should be studying. LARUE RUMMEL McKeesport's loss, our gainl. . . Likes to talk. . . Fre- quently seen at Shay with Louise. . . Plans to go to Johnstown for nurse's training. LOUISE RUPERT Hails from Rosston . . . She and LaRue are always seen together. . . Loves eating french fries and square dancing at Shay. awfaffm L WML at , ROBERT SALANKIEWICZ Looking forward to college. . . A Ford City basketball great... Belongs to the Komer gang. . . Our rnost popular. CAROLYN SANOBA Comes to us from the "Lower End"... Appren- ticing for her future by working at Betty's Beauty Shoppe. O 0 16 R SENIORS LOUIS I. SANOBA Comes from Ford View... Ed, Hun, Jim and he are a foursome. . . Likes to hunt. . . Loafs at Brightmeyers. S HIRLEY IRENE SC HAEFFER Toying with the idea of being a secretary. . . Has abeautiful alto voice. .. A1- ways seen with Betty and Janet. STANLEY D. SCHAFFER Enroute to Penn State to study mechanical en- gineering. . . Outstanding rifl e marks- man. . . Another Korner lad. . . Most likely to succeed. JOANNE IRENE SCHMAUS One of our girls who will seek her career at St. Francis Hospital.. . Very proud of her driver's license. LARRY SCHRECENGOST Always seen in a Nash. . . Good athlete. . . Ambi- tion is to become a truck driver. . . A regular cut-up. EVELYN Sl-IIRING A petite miss who is always writing letters... Often seen in Kittanning with Doris and Jean. ROBERT T. SHUMAKER Comes from Manorville but would rather be in Garretts Run. . . Pauols the highways with BumBum and Bud. BETTY SIMMONS Hasa nice per- sonality... Quiet? Her commercial course will aid her in secretarial work. . . Another cute Ridge Avenue girl. ug? i 1 MARLENE SKU KALEK A dark-haired lass who is a friend to all. . . Witty and full of fun. . . Nice girl to know. HENRI MAE SMITH A sweet girl with cute dimples. . . Ambition is to be- come a secretary. . . Has a friendly personality. IO ANN STITT Sweet girl from Pattonville. . . Seen with Jean. . . Took commercial course. .. Ambi- tion is to be a housewife. . . Engaged girl. WENDELL STIVASON A very quiet boy from Garretts Run. . . Would like to be a machinist. . . Pals with L,E, MJ 1954 NANCY JANE STUMP A petite red- head. . . Enjoys skating and football. . . Spends her spare time behind the counter at Kittanning Murphy's. IANICE E. SWARTZLANDER Friendly U 'K' lass from Garretts Run... Spends spare time working at Kittanning Murphy's and writing to boys in the service. MARY ANN SZYMANSKI Another "Lower Ender", . . . Hobby--trying to drive her brother's car. . . Neat ap- pearance and friendly personality. RONALD THOMASWICK A future en- gineering student at Penn State. .. An expert nimrod... Likes typing class. BETTY ANN VOLEK Spends all her time writing letters. . . Thinks a lot about the Air Force. . . Most popular . . . Another engaged girl. GLENN WAUGAMAN Fills up his spare time by playing baseball.. . never seen without Eugene. . . good student and musician. MARGIE WAUGAMAN Cute senior with a sparkling personality. . . Seen with Carol, Kathy and Bev. . . Com- mercial student but plans to be a housewife! I SARA JEAN WESS A busy girl who seldom rests. . . Known for own special type of humor. . . Plans to attend nursing school. si LAURA VALASEK Always teased about her red hair... Spends her time at her father's garage. . . Seen with BJ. and Flo. JOSEPH VARGO Well liked lad from Garretts Run. . . His goal is pro- fessional baseball. . . Very active in class work. MICHAEL WHEELER Future indicates work in the missionary field. . . en- joys science... can always be re- lied upon to uphold his part. MA Y JANE WHITE One of Wray's te i resses. . . Eleanor's better Q h .,. lans to spend next three y s eihnn. XJ X fx HENRY P. WOYTON Plays excellent trombone and baritone... usually found with Glenn, Bird and Porky. . . most talented. RONALD A. WRIGHT Rides the bus from Brick Church... Moved here this year from California. . . Future lies in the Navy and the photography field. n JAMES A, WYANT Wants to be an automotive mechanic. . . Likes hunt- ing and driving. . . Always seen with "Booth" and " Mohr". SHIRLEY ANN WYANT An earnest commercial student who loves that typewriter. . . Will make someone a good secretary... Likes to spend spare time skating. ANNA MARIE YASSEM A very pleasant and energetic classmate. . . Pals with Carolyn and Mary Ann. . . Our c1ass's best dancer. BARBARA ZANETTI Has mischievous brown eyes. . . Excellent cook. . . You should taste her bread. . . Likes to have a good time. QCQMJ AMAA WML, CU? YU ' CLMJJL J A 'K I 1 MMM C MMM . me X. nu, . Ozisstmf. Wes 35 C Q, . ,, CLASS WILL C E the class of 1954 berng of sound mrnd and about to leave lT.l11S mstrtutron of learnmg do hereby declare tlus document to be our last w1ll and testament and do hereby ordarn that our prrceless possessrons whrch we cannot take w1th us be d1sposed of 111 the followmg manner Robert Neutrelle returns the famlly car to the famrly Geor rann Earley leaves her few hours at th ollo to Pete Huck and Jackre leave to swab the deck of the B1g Mo Gene Nameche w1lls Tar Stad1um to T1m Rupert and the future Glassers Tank Boarts leaves h1s caut1ous ClI1V1I1g to B111 Verschuren Stan Schaffer leaves the Nat1onal Honor Socrety to Jrm Pechan Bob Booth reluctantly returns h1s parnts and brushes to the Art Department James Wyant wrlls h1s saw III the Wood shop to anyone not afra1d of cuttmg h1m self Wlllh It Lo1s Heasley w1lls her back seat III 305 to anyone fortunate enough to get rt LaRue Rummel w1lls her man hatrng ablllty to Mar S Sh1rley Schaeffer grves up her lnde pendence janet Rlggle w1lls her dramat1c ab1l1ty to her s1ster Nancy Mary A Pacuch leaves her fondness for cheeseburgers She can t eat any more Betty Heasley w1lls her ab1l1ty to com pose verse to Chuck Stump Mary-I Whrte leaves all of the frm and pleasure of bemg a Sen1or to her brother and s1ster julra Nycz leaves her spare trme to any one who can fmd lt The Sen1or Ensemble leaves the audlto r1um and 1tS acaustlcs to the junror En semble Lorenza Pendleton leaves h1s way w1th the grrls to jackson and Meades Charlene Horan leaves her headaches rn Physlcs Class Shrrley M Drllard w1lls her mfectrous rggle to anyone who lrkes to have fun att Hawk w1lls h1s bass vorce to arlene K janet Grove w1lls sympathet1cally all play books trckets propertres etc to all future student drrectors D1ck Hellman leaves h1s Cadlllac scooter to Melvm Walker Eugene Hrleman w1lls the Student Coun crl to Sweeney Alfred Myers leaves hrs schedule and act1v1t1es to any Junror contemplatrng a nervous breakdown Herbre P1erce leaves the wa1t1ng 1n Home room for the 4 00 school bus to james Bloom M1chael Wheeler w1lls the solut1ons to hrs many troubles to Margo Hanner Henry Woyton leaves the trombone sec tron flat Joe Petrovsky w1lls h1s women trotrbles to Herk T enerowlcz JoArm St1tt leaves the starrway to the stars to ean Roberta ondeaux leaves 302 to those able to stand chemrcal aromas Barbara Zanettr leaves the Saturday nrght dances to joan LeRo Davrs w1lls h1s seat on the bus to Davr Neer Steve Kovach leaves h1s ret1r1ng nature to Hooks Kudelka B111 Myers leaves homeroom 303 to whomever IS there frrst Delores Mrller leaves all of her troubles to jrm Angher Eleanor Rovnyak leaves her brother 11m to all the teachers Charl1e Bower w1lls h1s typrng ab1l1ty to B1g Mack Clrfford Dunn leaves the Freld and Stream magazrne to Gene Lazaroff Maxlne Matava leaves her Job as home room charrman to anyone who wants lt Rose M M112 leaves her battered mega phone to the jumor Cheerleaders Glenn Waugaman w1lls the fast rrdes w1th Gene to an and Sweeney Betty A Vo ek takes her rnterest rn Rog er Wlllh her groy raden w1lls hrs ab1l1ty to drrve to ara Dale Robmson leaves the school buses to all underclassmen hardened enough to r1de them Laura Valasek w1lls her ab1l1ty to keep gruet Ol to B J onald Thomaswlck leaves h1s Art Classes w1th reluctance Patt1 Paup w1Jls her seat 1nSen1or Sclence to those who want to d1e by asphyxratron Nelson Gleger w1lls h1s talent on the baseball dramond to Bob B and Karl Y Larry Petrovs w1lls sane motor bike dr1v1ng to Paul Ed Mechlln w1lls h1s grrl troubles to Gary Rose erger Bern1e Lysakowskr wrlls h1s dancrng a b1l1ty to Pete Krukar Frank PaV11.k leaves Chautauqua to anyone who doesn t mmd drshpan hands oe Vargo leaves wrth tremendous re ref the problems of the Semor Class behmd lnm Sally Hellman w1Jls her seat rn the or chestra to anyone who can play the wrong notes rn the same key as she does Joanne Gainor w1lls her athletlc ab1l1ty to Zoe Ann Joanne Schmaus leaves Maregre perrod Carolyn Sanoba leaves F H S to her srsters Srs Bob and jo jo 9 2 y - , 1 , . . 7 7 . . . . . 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Mary A Szymanskr leaves the long Jour ney to school each day to Patty S Larry Schrecengost leaves h1s football ear to Charl1e Goldmger velyn Shlflllg w1lls the art of wrrting letters to Dor1s Heffelfm er jean McKen1an leaves al her good t1mes to her s1ster joan Merle Bargsr w1lls h1s motorcycle rrdmg ab1l1ty to odger Janet K1jOWSk.1 leaves her m1dget s1ze curlers to Shella Vera RS11Ch leaves her laugh to Adrrenne Phyll1s Lrberto leaves her naturall curly ha1r to the g'1I1S who must spen hours each mg-ht puttmg therrs up JUl13.I1l'1 ev1ch W1l1S Georgle to Shemla and Adr1enne Loretta Novak w1lls her nlckname Hooch to Barbara Eleanor Mary jane and Marg1e leave the school to the other chrckerettes Jame and Janet Carol Greene wills her favor1te booth lIl the Dar1 Dell to anyone 3l'I'1VlI'lg there before she does Stetch leaves the basketballs for Joe Fr1ck to shme B111 Hlleman w1lls h1s car to anyone w1th Ron d Wr1ght leaves h1S rovrng eye to janet Lourse Rupert leaves her deslre to travel to her s1ster Betty wllllam Crawford w1lls h1S laugh to any one w1th enough nerve to use lt oan Morda leaves her bangs to Nancy amody Delores Cowan leaves the last rmnute rush to beat the bell to the r1ders of the Ford Cl1ff bus Joyce LeFever w1lls her d1mples to who ever 1S fortunate enough to have them LOIS Less1re leaves a box m 302 for oann to rest her feet on she ll need lt ames Monroe returns the newsstand to r Allen Betty Crissman and Sharon Evans w1ll those late hours to anyone who can keep them ames Dav1s w1lls l'l1S seat III P O D to arl Wolfe Ruthie Edwards w1lls her baton tw1rl1ng ab1l1ty to R1ta Pendleton Pat Hulmgs leaves her last mmute rush to the Penn Trans1t Bus to Doll1e Bob Crytzer just leaves Fred Booth w1lls h1s good t1mes to any one down 1I1 the mouth john Kahat leaves h1s 1II'lpI6SS1Ve stat ure to Ed K1jOWSk1 Mary Bloom w1lls the Ed1torsh1p of the Glass Ip to anyone WIIZII a suff1c1ent sup ply of Anacm tablets Sonya Myers leaves her attract1veness to Anna Mar1e Vargo Ruth Mtl11gan leaves her seat on the Cadogan bus to her s1ster PaII1C1a 1f she Can et to It B111 ullerton leaves all h1s bra1ns to Gus Luby Kotyk w1lls her soda Jerklng at the Pharmacy to her nrece Pat Joan Martm leaves joe H her seat m Engl1sh class Am Yassem w1lls her dancmg ab1l1ty to rana DeLong Mar e Wau man leaves her cheery sm e to Ka y Fulton jamce Swartzlander leaves her ab1l1ty to Wflte letters to anyone who has plenty of t1me on the1r hands Wendell Stlvason leaves all thoughts to ohn E b Shumaker w1lls h1s best t1mes 1n school to Gall S Kenneth Kl1n ensm1th w1lls all h1s base ball sk1l1 to lib Brown Dolores Green leaves!!! to school eve rnomrng to Ethel H Rub Beck w s her seat m Orchestra to 1rg1n1a South George Markelmsk1 leaves all 1'11S talent to anyone who needs some Cloyd Fa1r w1lls h1s cue at Patchm s to Caboose Bob Mohr leaves many broken hearts Lo1s Elg1n leaves for Eldertonl It was a pleasure to know her Carol Fulton w1lls her daydreammg to ack McCarthy enr1 Mae Sm1th leaves the 8 29 dash to Be Ransom Ma ene Skukalek leaves Mary Ann her squeaky alarm clock Fred Kammerdlener leaves the brams of Fa1r Tucker Mark and Bor1s to Ca boose QThey say he needs them J Sara Wess leaves all tl1e fun she s had 111 chorus to tl1e future Alto sectron Sh1rley Wyant leaves her broken short hand pen to her s1ster Judy Barbara Gregory w1lls her mk spotted clothes and hands to those learn1ng to use the mnneograph machlne Pat Hazen leaves her seat on the Ford Cl1ff bus to her brother Bob for the next f1ve years Th1s w1ll 1S Slgned sealed publ1shed and declared Valld by the above named class of nmeteen hundred and frfty four as our last Wrll and Testament FIRST WITNESS Carl Eck Iumor Class Presrdent SECOND WITNESS Don Hansotte Sophomore Class Presldent 37 SIGNED: Joe Vargo, Class Presrdent . . 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CLASS JUNIOR OFFICERS Class Offrcers David Marunez Mar y SORS Ann Labutka Carl Eck Anna Mar1e Butko f--, -.....,.,,-Mm Summa --A-......,, Class Sponsors Mr Gregory Mrss Shrensky Mrss Shubert Mlss Sterner Mr Mlller Front Row Carol Fo d r Slurley S11V1S Shlrley Grbson Anna Mane Butk Marlene Klrngensmnh o Ruth Hrlty Barbara Henry Second Row M1ss Sterner Jean Peters Marlene McGregor Janet Shrffgens Judy Rupert Mary Ahce An dra Margo Hanner Dons Kammerdrener Thrrd Row Patrrck GRIDOI Carl Eck Melvrn Walker Charles S Mlchaux rtes Louus m Ruffaner Jack Cogley Dav1dMart1nez Joe Herbst Bob Krukar Brown Bernard Troutman Paul A31 Ffbvdsx QW' Y s Q . , -I X 1 , , 27 ,mmm VMWN V S wk S In A , -- l V I "vs: . ' . ' . 5 C s C 'Y -- ' ' ' , , . ' , irwell, Ray Stotler, Richard A' , ' Back Rowy--W . , , ' ' , , , , 'TE' , B . Y, F x - V . ' f Q :' fi s T 'J'-57 4 , ' 'gl H: , 'A - , ' 512 '15 ' 25,1 as 54 if 7 Q Fil 'N so s- M . or E W ' ' IN ff , ng, if f 1 3 t f dv 4 I Q If-155. Ml gaiiggzgf C ' S , :Ju ge :gl sf , as ZOOIUMZOI QOH Front Row--Mr. Gregory, Gloria Righi, Annamarie Vargo, Camille Beck, Barbara Kiene, Shirley Simmons, Alice Grafton, Virginia South, .Anna Seniow, Joanne Ferrote, Martha Krizman, Bonnie Crossman, Margaret Byers, Mary Ann Ruston. Second Row--Delores Hornyak, Margaret Mienz, Betty Wray, Jean -Todoroff, Janet Waine, Paulette Tarnak, Mary Hassa, Lillian Plazak, Pat Wright. Third Row--James Pechan, Kenneth Wray, Ed Slovensky, Robert Kudelka, Leonard Cook, Gerald Eck, Kenneth Holizna. Back Row--Melvin Miller, Robert Vanderkall, Robert McAllister, Merle Webster, Kenneth Bryant, Jim Angehr, Charles Goldinger, Bernard Rupp. Front Row--Mr. Miller, Evelyn Stivenson, Dawn Luchesa, Beryl Greer, Nancy Sheldon, Janice Roberts, Berna- dine Slabon, Geraldine Kunst. Second Row--Carole Ryan, Elaine Carberry, Helen Kijowski, Deanna Davis, Zoe Hazlett, Shelva Birch, Kathy Fulton, Madeline Hulings, Dorothy Recny. Third Row--John Augustine, Joe Vasek, John Russo, Ed White, Philip Busch, Jack McCarthy, Raymond Petrus, Jack Felton, Karl Yodushock. Back Row--William Graff, Paul Szalankiewicz, Tom Crossman, John Hromadik, Stanley Grafton, Bob Smith, Ronald Miller, Bob Laughner. H -A 'fr O F4437 Q R rf: 'LQ' . wifes 0 , J ' 3 y 1 J 3 All l 1 43 ZOOHHIZOI -P-IU v,...x -an-1 y ya v .V IQ.. :l"Y NF, ,Af I W 'Vai I 4- Front Row--Joanne George Ben Hagofsky, Gus Zanoli. Second Row--Marian Dinus, Adrienne Blondeaux, Molly Garbarino, Joanne Kunst, Janet Miller, Barbara Hileman, Donna Jageman, Miss Shubert. Third Row--Lois Schaeffer, Joe Nameche, Don Deaderick, Tom Risher, Jerry Toussaint, Kenneth Blondeaux, Jim Liberto, Kathleen Lunz. Back Row--Wilford Jackson, Sherwood Meades, Louis Sanoba, Wayne Fennell, Glenn Snyder, Earl Wolfe, Joe Capizzi, William Verschuren. Front Row--Miss Shrensky, Joan Siar, Margaret Hilliard, Marie Slaviero, Mary Kay Retzer, Maxine Schall, Marlene Clark. Second Row--Sheila Duff, Annie Klingensmith, Shirley Roudybush, Bernadine Halas, Bob Woodside, Fred Delp, Clyde Clever, John Zboran. Third Row--Paul Virostek, David Neer, Elnora Booth, Rita Pendleton, Mary Ann Labutka, Sally Kamer, Pat Mansfield, Loretta Garmong. Back Row--James Fitchthorn, Ed Brightmeyer, Gary Rosenberger, Jim l-lileman, Kenneth Mechling, Daryl Stitt, Fred Tregaskes, John Jones. ZOOIIHIZOI UI-IU! -' -.lC. .S , g -UN Q gif. . er'-M W - ' if, Q57 L C A fl Ak- Y ' 0 r mn-110k U5 Ili U52 WI D 5 Q. 'UUU rn i Ego 991 vm uf 9,0- EE '96 Ev S-'E 95 cn v ii sv fo cv I4 fo 'FJ 5 is UlzQ pqu.1cn,.3u:cn-u-n mwo:-wmmw :,o:.q-mogsg m7f'oQ'3O,..,., ' U"U 'DO omgg- 0-5- 2' 0575- EU I 20042 - fE!2,,,. 5 Mrs' H GM-KS Kc wfffbmyf r' Q-,Egg . m.E,l7qEF K :UJo..IIfO O "Sf'Em02CL E - wif o '37-'E,-Um W 222.050- Q UQETF-. 1-1 v-- 'H W mm U2 5 TI.. Q, 23 K4 sg Cn 0 Umm :r W 'D U 4 F5 E Ei "NNE r-- N RO,-. :H - was 0.00 E' F5 S D Q ll! z 5. 5 N sf' ss' 5' ' 77' x4 ' Z z Z5 U5 S E 2: an 2 5 ' ,... U 2- E' ro ' 0- 'E' '-1 N4 . S -.. '-1 O :1 o sf: r: o EE 3 0' 5' 5. 0 5 5 5- m ' 4 P 7.1 cv E, I' O :r N 111' H cn 2 E 5 U, 5 D o :r W V' :s 3 - 5 P-4 2 'E' "' .. .4 8 m 3 T' rv 5 cn PE' 2 5' L: K4 w Owmior 30 Q-lg sopl-lomons rfwWkwyjg?5 is so M -if .- .n w rs e lg, ' . A 1 P ,Vg"?:.k x . s sq, T ' ' 1 ,- til s sl ' I z x N Front Row--Mrs. Brodhead, Miss Stritts' matter, Mrs. Cogley, Mr. Adams. Back Row--Mrs. Longwell, Mr. Sim- mons, Mrs. Aubrey, Mr. Thompson. Florence Markby, Joan Brovxm, Patty Graff, Galin Morrison, Jim 'f, 9"9 ,, F33 s fi M17 11f 'lE? f 45 ...S . 301 Es sf 'Fl' I v , 300 ,iq 2 o PH' 2 ' PW'-. If Front Row--Don Holland, Joe Salankiewicz, Arlene King, Janet Bargerstock, Marlene Mazurek, Kathleen Colonna, Nancy Henderson, Betty Ransom, Patty Eck, Rosemarie Solak. Second Row--Mr. Thompson, Dick Bowser, Ronald Fuksa, Harold Myers, Antoinette Schmaus, Eileen Moore Elva Hufhand, Mildred Delp, Betty Kunkle, Ched Elwood, Bemard Smulik. Back Row--Larry Kamas, Ronald Beck, William Walker, Dean Rupert, Bob Knell, Ed Cousins, Jim Lrttek Larry Shedwick, Dave Chauvaux. Front Row--Mr. Simmons, Joe Novak, Mildred Houston, Loretta Sperl, Joan Landon, Carrie Coulter, Joyce Buhite, Svea Henry, Rosemary Remis. Second Row--Michael Gallo, John Brandebutg, Joe Rice, Paul Kovacik, Katherine Tregaskis, Carolyn King Margie Schmaus, Rosemary Haponsky, Maxine Yassem. Third Row--Sandy Emmonds, Sally Welch, Donna Mclilfresh, Dan Burdell, Frank Spachtholz, William Em monds, Toni Pacuch, Odessa Dillard, Barbara Bernot. Fred McGuire, William Kendra. K- ! :jg - kggxrl ' ' 4 of '. x "KM L ,TF ggi if 9 WY' ou U o ar 73 o E I I 'Sf 5 I o ro ro rn P1 T-1 5 O o E .... ::: VD U ,.. O a- r- ,... 4 ,... :x on o o P' U .... o sr cn as '5 5-4 5. O 71' ro 4 ro V1 rn s: oo ro :1 co cn E O F4 N ,.. V1 su 5 co F1 fl, 30owm30I -PON 0021111301 GCN 2 t F E Frchit Row--John Euchler, Carmen Fox, Lois Schaffer, Pat Ritchey, Eleanor Bowser, Kay Cawley, Irma Herbst. Second Row--Mrs. Cogley, Ruth Iseman, Dorothy Klingensmith, Marian Miller, Sam Toy, Bob Parisi, Don- na Ligenfelter, Eleanor Dunmire, Esther Heasley. Third Row--Sam Sirwell, Bob Schnitzler, Raymond Wendell, Adam Boguslowski, Robert Dragan, Eddie Meleason, Betty A. Vargo, Marlene Stolar, Joanne Peltz. Back Row--Matthew Lazaroff, Andy Husar, Sherwood King, Joe Stewart, Ronald Burdette, Don Hansotte, Albert Zermaine, Craig Rosenberger, Carl Cook. Front Row--Joe Erkens, Louis Zahradnik, Marilyn Erkens, Barbara Hepler, Nancy Bruner, Gloria Greene, Carole Pau anet Stitt Nanc Mikula Lillian Ritche , Christine Lindell, Judy Ingram P. I . Y . Y - Second Row--Mrs. Aubrey, Elaine Harkleroad, Sandy Spencer, Janet Cowan, Betty Blondeaux, Harriet Ut- le Barbara Caldwell, Connie Dinus Gail Schrecengost, Lucinda Kline Y. . - Third Row--Tom Schiffgens, Dave Spencer, Jerry Robinson, Don Cabbet, Joe Onofrey, Frank Mazurik, Wil- liam Rearick, Pete McGuire, Dick Hudek. Back Row--Jim Shoemaker Jack Dowling, Craig Bryan. ' , Gordon King, Tom Lonberger, Mike Gowetski,f,Bob Ware, Henry Tenerowicz, 3001111130: WON ,Mtg 4 " A gf Y sv 9 sw V ff ' '4 1 lll fri fb 3003111130: U5 -'OU 7' 0-100 533,52 mpg!!! fb - fx 3 ew g:,1'U ' o S as 3' l"9. -U 521' 9. 51" P1 S -5 Q Z. ...Un mm - ES U '.,,. N s. S5 fl! :Ui 2-0 v--D D-'Fl C5 Nga' 34 iW5,1s'3iD' 1' 1 v X N! f' fs. fkl Y I v ,f S pr . J ff' 'X '9' g ,lin FD Front Row--Mr. Adams, Ilene Jowarski, Margaret Ruston, Ada Hileman, Lois Klingen- smith, Joan Zanetti, Helen Woodside, Marvel Milliron, Miss Strittmatter. Second Row--Dean Yount, Joseph Dunmire, Richard Byron, Alfred Booth, Doris Hef- felfinger, Ruth Walker, Nancy Goodyear, Allen Harriger, Joe Lettrich. Third Row--Joan Dunmire, Delores Charvat, Mary E. Morasco, Joyce Zahradnik, Rosemary Peppler, Carol Danhof, Donna Shoop, Florence Szybka, Judy Young. Back Row--James Rovnyak, Roger Schrecengost, John Valasek, Morton Cooper, Dean Smith, Wayne Stewart, Harold Mansfield, Victor Zimmerman, Jerry Feldman. FRESHMAN My and sponsons CLASS OFFICERS K 9-mg, Qs Home Room Chairmen--Jim Wauga- man, Beverly Myers, Barbara Galanis Martha Shiffgens, Ethel McElwain. HOME ROOM 112 Front Row--James Slagle, Carolyn Say, Ruth Simmons, Delbert Smelt- zer, Harry Rupert, William Sals- giver, Ronald Rickett, Steve Sen- iow, Joyce Shakley, Mary E. San- oba, Delores Scripps. Second Row--Mary Ann Skukalek, Annette Russo, Mary A. Slabon, Joanne Schall, Evelyn Schultze Dixie L. Smith, Nancy Schaeffer, Frances Round, Mary A. Slanicka. Back Row--Joanne Shankle, Larry Ruffaner. Jerry Slavka, Herbert Slama, Mr. Davis, Richard Schaff- hauser, Jim Ross, Tom Rosenber- ger, Martha Schiffgens. I dba er g :TQ , s x A +5 ivins-f p TL.. lyk cf' HOME ROOM 117 Front Row--Jim Manning, James Kerr, Carol McGregor, Phyllis Ki- jowski, Edward Malc, Ronald Lash- er, Joseph Labutka, Joan McKer- nan, Marlene Livengood, Gene- vieve Klimkowicz, Robert Kornei- sewicz. Second Row--Loretta Kunst, Sandra Meades, Florence McGuire, Joanne Martinez, Shirley King, Margie Marsh, Ethel McElwain, Marilyn McKee, Sally Law. Back Row--Chauncey Klingensmith, Joseph Kovalovsky, Charles Kunkle, Samuel Kunkle, Mr. Buyers, Ron- ald Klingensmith, Raymond Lerner, Richard Klingensmith, Thomas Lasher. 3 HOME Room 116 Front Row--Charles Paup, Albert Remis, Richard Myers, Patricia Miller, Carol Round, Raymond Mc- Ardle, Oliver Pore, Carol Reitler, Paula Jo Painter, Janice Presensky. Second Row--Frances Peltz, Jo- anne Prazenica, Lois Neer, James Reitler, Deanna Micheaux, Mary Ann Rogalski, Beverly Myers, Bar- bara Novak. Back Row--Marlene Pert, Harold Mansfield, Richard Micheaux, Keith Mitchell, Kenneth Pore, Miss Ekis, Ronald Neutrelle, Richard Pytel, John Popolis, Gloria Miller. .V ug A . bf, 1" fe fr , 'K 'si Glliflli +r'slt,.f wifi-E ref' aww, 5 X: . Tv PV -ss HOME ROOM 119 Front Row--Miss Lesser, Patty Dosch, Janet Danhof, Connie Crawford, Billie Cunningham, Doris Davis, Sharon Crusan. Second Row--Dianne DeLong, Jack Eddinger, Ronald Dinus, Frank Garmong, Ernest Davies, Clarence Ellenberger, Bob Fuller- ton, Delores Cogley, Back Row-- Gail Corbett, Carol Cullieton, Norman Gaggini, Jim Fox, Harry Grinder, David Greer, John Fal- lone, Ann Catlos, Janet Dunrnire. .1 I ' f .,, , , , 1 .L f, fm-A 4- VL- ruff - ' ' ' f fe 1 fs :nf fm- a-L J .1 If , K , . A V , Lvwf rxj V- ,QL , , 1'--'1 in A 'yo , -2? s. ' E ' fp T rf? J Q-if HOME ROOM 118 Front Row--Miss Parson, Bob In- gram, Mike Harbst, Jim Jackson, Tom Heilman, Gary Hartman, Larry Hagofsky, Richard Heilman, Paul Hartman. Second Row--Barbara Golab, Rose- mary Faykosh, Eleanor Fennell, Earl Heasley, ,Betty Gibson, Shir- ley Edinger, Joe Hnatiow, Mar- garet l-lumenik, Orpha Fox. Back Row--Betsy Good, Beverly Jakola, Joanne Kahat, Michael Hnatiow, Bill I-leilman, Dick Hutchison, Jean Fichthorn, Evelyn Fennell, Barbara Galanis. Absent- -Albert Johnson. -as v- J 3 'A 1 2 k--- x , f , . ,f 5 Xt HOME ROOM 120 Front Row--Mr. Wilson, Charles Bargerstock, Paul Baillie, Glenna Bonner, Dorothy Bower, Janet Bowser, Margaret Beere, Neva Anderson, Emily Boguslawski, George Bugoslowski, Wm. Nall, James Chorvat. Second Row--Lucille Barr, Betty Bauwin, Audrey Augustine, Caro- lyn Caldwell, Barbara Bartolovic, Shirley Bruce, Marlyn Bowser, Dorothy Bernot, Rita Bonetti. Back Row--Joe Blongeaux, Louis Blusk, Homer Allensworth, Paul Birch, Don Cook, Frank Bucko, Jim Baker, Don Baker. HOME ROOM 201 Front Row--Miss Portz, Jim Waug- aman, JoAnn Thevenin, Mary Alice Ware, Carol Stitt, Shirley Stitt, Celia Toy, Kenneth Thomp- son. Second Row--Penny Vent, Norma Wolfe, Carol Walker, Patty Szul, Carolyn Stivason, Marian Walker, Martha Wiser, Gloria Zahradnik. Back Row--Glenn Toy, Gerald Stump, Jim Swartz, Charles Thomas, Darrel Stivason, William Westwood, Robert Wolverton, Bob Vidanoff. lfifa i-,,- l--- R , eww if 'Q 1 i 9 ff - ff' X35 fi ,M 1 HOME ROOM 212 Front Row--Mr. Caruso, Lois Dun- mire, Joyce Farester, Sandy Hile- man, Helen Heasley, Ronald Grantz, Charles Freedline, Johnny Grinder, Richard Greer, Wayne Cunningham, Jerry Ferguson. Second Row--Nancy Emmonds, Juanita James, Myra Griffens, Nancy Guthrie, Sally Fiches, Na- nette Hromadik, Patsy Glesk, Bet- ty Fiscus Virginia Hynick Back Row B111 Fornes Eddie Fichthorn Larry Culp Norman Goldinger Norman Edwards Bob Emmonds Dean Cowan Clyde Gibson Don Croyle Merle Davis 'FU -'Sk , ,,,, ,, ,N 34, f .. , .g:.. .,: F '-i-ee-wil l li-.3 y ' Ts-,gfff 5 , 'Y HOME ROOM 209 Front Row--Eddie Treece, Sam Schrecengost, Marilyn Turko, Lin- da Stitt, Faye Woodside, Joyce Yount, Kathy Schaeffer, Gladys Smail, Priscilla South, Linnie Woodside. Second Row--Miss McCoy, Barbara Wade, Judy Wyant, Bob Yount, William Zahniser, Gus Ruffaner, Steve Steiner, Chuck Stump, Rose Wyant, Shirley Wilson. Back Row--William Shaffer, Jim Wingate, Darl Stivason, Kenneth Schaeffer, William Stegner, Vern- on Thomas, Tim Stitt, Harold Rumbarger, Roger Robinson, Ted Zablocki. 51 J Vie? vi 3 N55 by 2 HOME ROOM 211 Front Row--Pat Klimkowicz, Irene Johnston, Betty Miller, Eileen Noulett, Jackie Minteer, Shirley Mclunkin, Carol Laughner, Mary Plants, Sue Reefer, Bill Hilty, Bill Henry. Second Row--Miss Beckwith, Judy Klingensmith, Gladys McGuire, Sonja Klingensmith, Robert Hile- man, Delmar Klingensmith, Frank Kuchta, George Hilty, John Kerr, Alfred Harris. Back Row--Robert Klingensmith, Donald Johns, Ronald King, Wil- liam Kromer, William Hollobangh, Covert Knepshield, Merwyn Guth- rie, John Howlett, James Hellfrich f?lQli5L HOME ROOM 213 Front Row--Mrs. Painter, Claire Barger, Arlene Crytzer, Keith Beck, Dean Barger, Arnold Bly- stone, William Anachonda, Jack Boarts, Joan Bonetti, Rosalie Drag- on. Second Row--Donald Bowser, Ed- ward Bryant, Pat Allensworth, Pat Cunningham, Dolores Barto, Mary Dee Asay, Jim Bloom, Robert Bailey. Third Row- - Fay Davis, Dianne Buffone , Carol Browsm, Janet Boarts, Raymond Blondeaux, Tom Aiello, Wayne Carberry. Back Row--John Buriak, James Bruce, Dale Cloke, Clair Butz, John Bowser, James Asay, Allan Boarts, Bob Chestnut. .f O. A HOME ROOM 210 Front Row-- Mrs. Abraham, James Porterfield, George Lysakowski, Jim Ricket, Ronald Pratt, Roberta Sanoba, Shirley Riffer, Henry Reitler, Carl Petras, John Mathers. Second Row--Jean Rice, Betty Lou Repak, Mary Rosenberger, Meda Bell Rush, Nancy Riggle, Carol Sanders, Janet Salankiewicz, Kath- leen Schall, Daisy Mae Robinson. Back Row--Eddie Reitler, Carl Petras, Lynn Myers, Kenneth Mitchell, David Neutrelle, Merle McKe1vey, Richard Petras, Eugene Lazaroff, Wade Pacuch. v' .-S-1 I v W.-pf' fk, V' HOME ROOM 107 Front Row--Miss Nypaver, Ken- neth Hartman, Linda George, Bob Hazen, Fred Fennel, Elizabeth Gladys, Dalton Forester, Carolyn Flickinger, Patty Crownover, Joce- lyn Ganano, Charlotte Gieger, Mary Jo Gallo. Second Row--Kay Girt, Patty Gib- son, David Dunn, Susan Eakins, James Gongola, James Hansotte, Ed Flanders, Carol Fiscus, Betty Delong, Vera Croyle, Judy Davis. Back Row--Bob Cujas, Donald George, Robert Green, Vernon Cogley, Robert Harkleroad, Ray Dunmire, Emmett Fickes, James Evans, James Gelacek, Robin Ev- ans. C, .. HOME ROOM 208 Front Row--Miss Rhines, Theresa Bicanovsky, Dorothy Bruner, Karen Beck, Patty Aites, Deanna Beck, Sally Bryan. Second Row--Don Bowser, Larry Beck, George Brandeburg, Dick Brown, Ronald W. Burdette, Eugene Capizzi, Milton Beck. Third Row--Patty Chimka, Jody Anthony, Joan Cogley, Rosemary Beuth, Edith Bloom, Norma J. Bow- ser, Helen Angehr, Tom Cieply, Jack Brown. Back Row--David Brown, Ronald K. Burdette, George Bailey, Jim Blondeaux, Roger Blondeaux, Tom Boyd, Tom Bielski, David Cald- well. -., af. -a., A I I 5, . p is 4 i as -JY T ILL-J 9 i gif! HOME ROOM 106 Front Row--Mr. Black, Sonya Lukehart, Kathy Hileman, Darlene Johnson, Helen Grantz, Judy Horn- yak, Pat Lloyd, Gail Hopper, Marion Held, Daphne Luchesa. Second Row--Tony Machowski, Larry Leard, Danny Lorigan, Ger- ald King, Margaret Hill, Janet Johns, Grace Lang, Eddie King, Kenneth Iseman, Tom Kornasie- wicz, Dale Kerr. Back Row--Bob King, Louis Kline, Raymond Kijowski, Carl Heffel- finger, Wesley Hileman, Richard Klingensmith, John Johnston, Jack Jageman, John Kline, Ronald Lloyd. 53 v.. - Y HOME ROOM 2 Front Row--Joe Shaffer, Harry Spang, Sam Saloum, Don Rupert, Reed Shaffer, Phil Rupert, Russel Smith, Victor Shaeffer, George South, Roberta Smith. Second Row--Betty Jean Raymer, Judy Shoop, Judy Reitler, James Sicheri, Wayne South, Howard Smeltzer, Terry Serene, Jim Stew- art, Tim Rupert, Dave Stafford. Back Row--Virginia Schall, Linda Piper, Billie Schrecengost, Dorothy Slovensky, Jim Snyder, Olga Sen- iow, Lois Schiffgens, Barbara Sals- giver, Betty Rupert. Absent when picture was taken: Mrs. Myers. HOME ROOM 1 Front Row--Manifred Wolfe, Paul Zahradnik, Larry Toy, Fay White, Marilyn Szul, Kathy Yount. Second Row--Mrs. Schall, Ronald Woyton, Chris Wise, Robert Stew- art, Clair Zimmerman, Phyllis Zablocki, Donna Watterson, Ina Woodside. Third Row--Marlin Waugaman, Eleanor Space, Barbara Wyant, Anna Zermane, Shelva Walker, Mary Toy, Sandra Yassem, Delores Tihanovich, Robert Wyant, Back Row--John Wyant, Jim Toy, Fred Swietzer, Carl Wyant, Mel- vin Wolf, Ardell Thomas, Gary Stivason, Willard Walker HOME ROOM 5 Front Row--Bob Maxeiner, David Petrovsky, Carl Petrus, Howard Mansfield, Andrew Polka, Jim Rig- gle, Earl Porter, Wm. Mohr, Palm- er Ransom, Sam Rearick. Second Row--Michael Odrechow- sky, Bob Mattu, Ronald Paine, Ju- dy Miller, Joanne Mansfield, Joan Nathaniel, Marjorie Marks, Anas- tasia Lysakowski, Rodney McKel- Vey, John Repak. Back Row--Helen Moffitt, Darlene Milz, Charlotte Myers, Betty Mc- Clymonds, Wm. Reeseman, Karl Matthews, Shirley Moore, Cath- erine McGurie, Donna Mansfield, Mr. Shakley. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND SPONSOR fleft to rrghtj Mr Wall John HI'OIl'13Cl.1k Mary Ann Ruston Margre Wauga man Eugene Fhleman STUDENT COUNCIL HOMEROOM CHAIRMEN FIRST SEMESTER Frrst Row Sally Ann Bryant Carole Brown Marrlyn Erkens Don Hansotte Mrchael Wheeler Barbara Cregory Maxrne Matava Joe Vargo Barbara Galanrs Robert Neutrelle Carl Eck Carol Ford El eanor Space Sammy ford Second Row Pat Grbson Margre Schmaus Joyce Zarahdmk Wayne Stewart Frank Nlazurek John Valasek Nlargre Waugaman John Hromadrk Eugene I-Irleman Tlnrd Row Jun Waugaman Beverly Myers Neva Anderson Ethel Mc lwame Dlane DeLong Lors Shrffgens Martha Shrffgens Mary Ann Ruston Marre Slavrero Back Row Gerald Ferguson Grace Lang Helen Mofflt John Russo Joe Nameche Kenneth Bryant 4. Front Row--B. Gladys, L. Piper. D. Bower, S. Bryan. Second Row--A. Vargo, M. Slaviero, C. Ford, K. Fulton, M. Erkens, A. Yassem, V. Relich, C. Sanders, C Brown, E. McE1wain, M. Shiffgens, C. Culleiton, E. Space. Third Row--M. Matava, D. Mansfield, F. Szybka, S. Perpich, P. Eck, I. Landon, G. Lang, R. Burdette, E Mechling, S. Steiner, J. Dunmire, I. Kerr, R. Wolverton, B. Ingram, A. Remis. STUDENT COUNCIL--HOMEROOM CHAIRMEN, SECOND SEMESTER Student Council's football refresh- Student Council officers attending Jack, Neva, and Gene at Christmas ment stand. state convention at West View. dance refreshment stand. k X Tx .3 UCI-h 2--IPF NWS 74 Front Row--Joyce Clever, Mildred Huston, Ethel McElwain, Marilyn Erkens, Marlene Clark, Carolyn Say, Doris Davis, Barbara Henry, Elaine Carberry, Miss Steiner. Second Row--Doris Kammerdeiner, Sally Kamer, Donna McElfresh, Harriet Utley, Eileen Moore, Mary L. Monroe, Janet Danhof, Pat Hulings, Bar- bara Galanis, Evelyn Shultz, Betty Gibson. Back Row--Morton Cooper, Jerry Feldman, Barbara Caldwell, Tom Eakins, Gaylord Bowser, Ton Lon- berger, Harold Myers. om Gem h fa P s.IOyCe bel-gerend1QtOn. s ' Kar ' A ark. hl X , Hn M2-awe CX tm Lung 3 M- But etdeiner. 1 Gary RO o - Kamm sell .-DOY-15 Oif1'CetSC arberrY ' game t 'al Front Row--Anna M. Butko, Virginia South, Betty , Wray, Nora Jo Holland, Rita , l A , Second Row--Kathleen Lunz, Paulette Tarnek, Nan- .A y ,Q if X ' Q cy Sheldon, Elaine Carberry, Carol Ford, Robert xv, ' ' 5 K, 5 Laughner. l C . , I 58 Back Row--Joyce Shakley, Joanne Martinez, Pat Paup, Delores Miller, Louise Rupert, Glenna Bon- ner, Sally Kamer, Elnora Booth, Ida Bowser, Carol Fulton, Sally Heilman, Alfred Myers, Craig Rosen- berger, Gary Rosenberger, Miss Nypaver. i ffl? E-Klan. 1 4 ,D is '51 -zbvmp IU! UCFD lx X C C C Foam offs, PEm:sgQ15xNigi. D The s Play Bail... .0 al x W vtfl ls. M '. ,i MASQ: W. ,Q Y -- A C,..L.. ......., 1fJf:1'.iQe se ' EfYl:3iEf,gT1CQ Jie, xi' 'Q1'DQ3r Front Row--Merri Bloom, Sara Wess, Sonya Myers, Ida Bowser, Sally Heilman. Second Row--Mary Louise Monroe, Delores Green, Dawn Luchesa, Beverly McKain, LaRue Rummel Jim Bloom Helen Moffit. Qi, A,.A W Back Row--Eugene Lazaroff, Jack Felton, Carl Eck, Chuck Stump, Vic Zimmerman, Craig lv s,5,.. Rosenberger, Gene Nameche, Miss Parson. k irff 'A ar.-i .zzz r 1.. C' will-A,1.f, . , . N V L a::'i':e 5' H , - V ll x EZg:'Q,- Estes, if Lina, Al my ,Qi sweez- , " J 1 V 5 '. - , 'Q lses M gn? .... Bu: :g ps 'l1f-s 'rs-s f it """M'W""r appgns tc :lf fi LlEL:51L'f1f',I' r Boy. ,struc . :Dx 'Bti ,ZFVT MD url track. t , geo- wa- an English in sports at four letters 'S' 1 "3 resent, Future . J, , ,V LQTQZ1 itat, C ' X X..,V . .YA A 'N' If .f- . , Lf, ,C ., JJ.. '- x E11 fi 5 T. ' fii ' A f Butler Higf. Sch, ,. 1 . sf' . ...,f,!, . 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W WCFD QQmwQ , Rovam w 21190 ' ' 33961 ificers- - Mede B at get Qihomasmck' 4wwOI UCI-D Eeagggazzeggoxrwm :u-'bw 'vrOm'J' " wo P-oE,::o.a-ie--ge05 5 :"":s.-.-ef w:::"' Soo?-in rfb- :rm' Ermaimggm- :U su -- c1.' 2 :seen Zwnawesag ' 5:-"2efN5P4'?5w' 25.9,- eg wav on 5-r-z .-:I gr-- nc Dx- N59 ,-,l-4 v- mw o"' in as '4'-' 5wO4'UQlD YH Twp 0 0 ua P1 Nom v-- 2 K-C CU Q :L- .nwg ffogwm 5'-U.-. FO 008, Geri...-Q, 5-22, 5 in R2 aw? -D2 QQ 'zm'-, .H 1 S QHWQTPQW SE W we--Gsm 2 --W aw 'ru5'-15"-o'.rl-"2 gmc? :N :.'v"'.E rv w mow :QB ovidovciwxxa Hg,-5 w f-QDOOQW' - 503 C1m'4CD-.5 07555 20 200 mE :J om ,5- ,.. . man: 53--.525 SQ-'ff 75 o',.-.'- :vm :rn 3 U' 05 253 '-E 5 was :Q 000' ' L1 I-10 gm '-'QQ 'FZ NOSE mx- zo rv 5:1ro EZ 0-OX 059, 0 'FO rn" -H' nga m"'1'-' W 51:5 201 9525 a P Eg 3-25, ma '-1-- m0 :1 H- 4 4753 mpuj QQ ...IDC mm sv: 0-1,.. qu' milf -.ww-cv ::o.- -.U -.ll . IIN:-Q or-1n-- .C Front Row--Betty Herbst, Mary Ann Pacuch, Maxine Matava, Barbara Gregory, Luby Kotyk Dolores Greene . Second Row--Shirley Shaffer, Betty Heasley, LaRue Rummel, Joan Morda, Sara Wess, Shirley Wyant, Marlene Skukalek, Lois Elgin, Miss Shubert, Janet Kijowski. Marge Waugaman, Henri Mae Smith, Ruth Milligan Q 9 Officers--Maxine Schall, Mary Bloom, Kathy Fulton Helen Kijowski. Sonya Myers, Mary Jane White, Miss Portz, Carol Greene, Barbara Caldwell, Frank Spachtholz. Front Row- -Carole Schaffer, Gloria Greene, Joyce Buhite, Lois Schaffer, Helen Kywoski, Marion Zermain. Second Row--Jenny Duris, Dorothy Ann Klingensmith, Lucinda Kline, Carol Paup, Jane Kline, Janice Roberts, Janet Cowan, Bonnie Crossman, Maxine Schall, Jean Peters, Molly Garbareno, Kathy Fulton. Standing--Kathrine Tregaskis, Margaret Byers, Helen Smeltzer, Mrs. Baker, Helen Woodside, Ruth Walker, Lois Klingensmith, Marion Miller, Connie Dinus, Janet Stitt, Doris Heffelfinger, Janet Bargerstock, Mildred Delp, Nancy Kamody, Joan Zanetti. fx ""- is f ggi? H120--IIIP i I "0----........,.,,,M ,---......,,,,,,MA Q , W y Gene Bicanovsky, Robert Crytzer, Bob Shumaker, Bill Baker, Ed Mechling, Jack Hrabovsky, Kenneth Klingensrnith, William Hileman, Miss Strittmatter, Bob Baker, Wendell Stivason, Steve Kovach, Bob Mohr, William Myers, Nelson Geiger, Dick Hile- rnan, Fred Kammerdeiner. Officers--Fred Kammerdeiner, Jack Hrabovsky, Nelson Geiger. Front Row--Judy Rupert, Joyce Farester, Betty Fiscus, Joyce Farester Second Row--Danny Berdell, Robert Kornasiewicz, Tony Machowski Edward Malc Dean Cowan Clair Butz James Gon ola Albert Remis . S . . Back Row-fRonald Dinus, John Popolis, John Augustine, Mr. Sowers B111 Kendra wcr-n : Q2-'U-4-I ,J Front Row--Joyce Lefever, Sharon Evans. Second Row--Madalena Reale, Ruth Edwards, Shirley Dillard, Evelyn Shiring, Janice Swartzlander. Third Row--Carolyn Sanoba, Mary Ann Szymanski, Ioan Martin, Betty Ann Volek, Lois Lessire, Rose Milz. Fourth Row--Janet Grove, Joe Petrovsky, Vera Relich, Lorenzo Pendleton, Phyllis Liberto, Frank Pavlik. Back Row--Juliann Levcik, Delores Cowan, Anna Yas- sem, William Baker, Clifford Dunn, Beverly McKain, Julia Nycz, Georgiann Earley, Harry Piper, Miss Shren- sky. Officers--Betty A. Volek, Evelyn Shiring, Lorenzo Pendleton, Ruth Edwards. Patrol Boys--Larry Kamas, Mr. Miller, Principal, Danny Berdell, Fred Tregaskes, James Littek, Gary Rosenberger, James Clever, Fred McGuire, Paul Szalankiewicz. Q-4 3 S13 Front Row--Janet Riggle, Mar- gie Waugaman, Georgianne Earley, Barbara Gregory. Back Row-- Stanley Schaeffer, Bob Salankiewicz, Gene Nameche, Alfred Myers. Seated Ruth Hrleman Barbara Salsgrver Patrrcra Cunnmgham Jean Blondeaux, Joan Zanetti, Nancy Standmg L1nn1eWoods1de Brllre Cunnrngham Janet Grove Mary Plants Myra Griffin, Sue Reefer, Delor1sCogley Carol Laughner Margot Hanner Mlss Mlrchell Sue Cawley Eleanor Dunmire, Gladys 4wbzw-P glen-comb z2l'll'U 5:00 Front Row--Jean Hielman, Joyce Clever, Nancy Stump, Janice Swartzlander, Evelyn Stivason, David Spencer, Janet Grove, Ruby Beck, Shirley Simmons, Miss Ekis. Second Row--Harriet Utley, Eileen Moore, Barbara Cald- well, Morton Cooper, Bill Ruffaner, Bob Knell, Michael Gowetski, Jack Dowling. Not in picture--Dean Yount. Officers--Shirley Simmons, Evelyn Stivason, Ruby Beck, Janice Swartzlander, William Ruf- M. faner. mmm-n 22223 c-ooE, ffl-'J"' . 55? w gag 5126 ar! W 55592 25? gm. SEE DEH . 554 'JP 53:1 HI"-U U' cn HON ro'5'c4 ww r- :J EE? NWT' . Ex 5.55 :J :r :sf Ns-fn-1 5? Ei-'sv ,HP-"Fl ...Uo- wmv' 2. worn E' 22 sv'-10' OEM . ,.,v-1 Nw 'SZQ 'deign CCs- mmm E' E' QS' 35? 5522 -4 Es. . :E S35 o :1 E-B CFD ZO-IDU Y Us! 2 ai .ff I :U- li. Judith Miller. Green. Front Row--Wayne Carberry, Steve Steiner, Ken Schaffer, Eddie Bryant, William Pendleton, Richard Greer, Merwyn Guthrie, Jim Porterfield, Keith Beck. Second Row--Daisey Robinson, Fay Woodside, Kathy Schall, Eileen Noullet, Jackie Minteer, Joyce Yount, Betty A. Miller, Barbara Wade, Nancy Emmonds. Third Row--Linnie Woodside, Fay Davis, Shirley Riffer, Claire Bar- ger, Rosalie Dragon, Joan Bonetti, Sandy Hileman. Back Row--Nancy Riggle, Patty Cunningham, Gladys McGuire, Son- ja Klingensmith, Diane Buffone, Patsy Glesk, Myra Griffin, Janet Salankiewicz, Shirley McJunkin, Robert Young, James Wingate, Al- fred Harris, Tom Aeillo, Eddie Reitler, Mrs. Painter. 1--ex f f 5, ,,:,,f f ffgeff :H ,nz 1, .: x. gg "Kits Front Row--Patricia K11l'l'1kOW1CZ Linda George Irene Jo Nannette l-lromadik M1SSBCCkW1Ih Sue Reefer Daphne Lu Back Row--Ronald Pratt Donald Rupert Carole Laughner Rice, Judith Wyant Kathy Schaffer William Reesman Officers--Nannette Hromadik Jean Rice Patricia Klimkowicz, Carole Laughner 459-00-I Fr f. , , . Ont ROW Officers--Pres. Don Serene, V. P. Jack Brown, Treas. Judy Shoop, Sec. Dolores Tihanovich. Front Row--Donna Watterson, Sonja Lukehart Wesle Heil- ' Y man, Deanna Beck, James Hansotte, Carolyn Flickinger. Second Row--Fred Fennell, Gerald King, Betty Raymer, Barbara Salsgiver, Judy Davis, Darlene Johnson. Third Row--Patricia Chimka, Norma Bowser, Robert King James Cicheri, Helen Angehr. Back Row--Mrs. Schall Marlin Wau aman Robert Hazen r g I Donald Bowser, James Blondeaux, David Caldwell, Reed Schaeffer, Robert Stewart, Kenneth Hartman, Karen Beck Charlotte Gei er Larr Beck Michael Odrechowski Ardell S . Y . . Thomas, Lewis Kline, Larry Leard, Ina Woodside. af X .f' , I7 Salou -'Do fn- T- Iofes T Fiisifdiovffl Ig B ' Har Ward I K a Se 301: ROW- ry Span 31135611 H 'How An Rollald . 'Jack C-irlp d Geo OH eld na Plnk Ina Palme Brown effus '86 so effon S ry Be . Edw on 8 ess Ut am Patricia Alfth' T ere af Fland Serene D tewan Udy S OO rtes, Doroflj B1Can0virS 'Y Oolgld Geor Carol Ida Bowser Carol Fulton Dolores Green Barbara Gregory Georgrann Earley Pamcra Hazen Alfred Myers Robert Neutrelle Dale Robrnson Ruth Mrlhgan Eleanor Rovnyak La Rue Rummel Robert Sa1ank1ew1cz Mary Jane Whrte Pamcra Paup 68 Mrss Martha Mrtchell Edltorral Advrsor James Llberto William Verschuren Delores Miller '-:' "' TAFF Julia Nycz Marlene Skukalek Co-Business Managers Junior Editors Lina De Hout Business Advisor William Elwood Janet Kijowski Luby Kotyk Juliann Levcik Phyllis Liberto Rose Milz James Monroe Loretta Novak Robert Onofrey Mary Ann Pacuch Joseph Petrovsky vera Relich 69 Joanne Schmaus Joseph Vargo Shirley Wyant .Q A 1-. 5 ,imtffi t 5 ,,g'9i,f 1-of x I Cast-BI. Petrosky, R. Neutrelle, S. Schaeffer, R. Booth, B. Onofrey, I. Nycz, G. Nameche, W. Ellwood, A. Myers, B. Myers, J. Kijowski, J. Riggle, D. Robin- son, G. Bicanovsky, C. Sirwell. "You put arsenic in their tea!" ARSENIC AND OLD LACE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTATION 1953 "Now, about the thirteen bodies in the cellar. " Stage Crew--D. Robinson, A. Myers, S. Schaeffer, B. Booth, B. Onofrey, P. Liber- to, C. Fulton, I. Wyant-, J. Petrosky, C. Horan, D. Cowan, I. Grove, R. Milz, P. Hulings, M. Waugaman, G. Earley, G Nameche, W. Ellwood. wr 8-.L .I Cast--R. M. Milz, J. Hrabovsky, B. Baker, P. Liberto, W. Myers, W. Elwood, D. Milligan, P. Hazen, I. Riggle, S. Shaffer, B. Salankiewicz, B. Onofrey, I. Levcik, Wess, R. Neutrelle, M. Bloom. "That dumb dog was up on Dad's bed again. " SENIOR CLASS PRESENTATION 1954 CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN "I'11 take care of these noisy boys S. vu Stage Crew--A. Myers, L. Rummel, I. Monroe, J. Vargo, L. Rupert, E. Mechling, B. Booth, S. Evans, B. McKain, M. Reale, E. Shirin , I. Bowser I. Swartzlander g , . J. Grove, N. Stump, C. Fulton. se sw- Lg In ,B -KB K ' 4 4 . 03-42:39-32-'t 1 it 'i fu ty Q 72 ,wth y px tw? 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Second Row--Merwyn Guthrie, Allan Kornasiewicz, Florence Markby, Edward Malc, Sally Welch, Shirley Wyant, Carol Sanders, Patsy Glesk, Edward Meleason, Geraldine Kunst, Ronald Lasher, Carol Shaffer, Barbara Caldwell, Elaine Carberry, Glenn Waugaman, Janet Schiffgens, Henry Woyton, Marlene Clark. Third Row- -James Angehr, Robert Knell, Donna McElfresh, Larry Kamas, Donald Hansotte, Daryl Stitt, Edward Mechling. Miss Bevington SENIOR VERY evening after school during foot- f ball season the playground echoes to J X marching feet and the drum major's whistle. Those maneuvers that liven half times may look easy, but it takes long hours of prac- tice before the band puts on its show. Even before the band begins rehearsals, Miss Bevington puts more hours into planning the maneuvers and music. Front Row--Judy Young, Janis Roberts, Carolyn Caldwell, Carol Ford, Billie Edna Cunningham, Janet Bowser, Marion Walker, Joyce Farester, Marilyn Turko, Eugene Hileman. Second Row--Sherwood Meades, Thomas Eakins, Glenn Snyder, Nancy Bruner, Thomas Lonberger, Janet Grove, William Heilmall. Michael Hnatiow, Wilford Jackson, Doris Heffelfinger, Wayne Fennel, Dale Cloak, Gaylord Bowser, Sally Kramer, Twila Dunmire, Daniel Berdell, John Brandenberg, Thomas Risher, Paul Kovacik,James Bloom, James Slagle. Third Row--Bernard Rupp, David Spenser, Gary Rosenberger, Janet Boarts, Margaret Meinz, Alfred Booth. BAND NDER Miss Bevington's capable direc- tion, the band, besides playing for foot- ball games and parades, presents a concert each spring. The officers are: Henry Woyton, Presi- dentg Carol Ford, Vice-Presidentg Carol Shaf- fer, Secretaryg Sherwood Meades, Assistant Sec'yg Glenn Waugaman, Treasurer, Nancy Bruner, Assistant Treasurerg Patricia Hazen and Donald Hansotte, Librarians . A H S 5 f Of 95 I Left Side, Front Row--Judy Rupert, Elaine Carberry, Carol Ford, Harold Myers. Second Row--Sonya Myers, Sally Kamer, Elnora Booth, Barbara Keine. Third Row--Eleanor Bowser, Sally Welch, Ruby Beck. Fourth Row-- Virginia South, Wm. Rearick, Kenneth Wray, Bernard Rupp. Fifth Row--Shirley Wyant, Florence Markby, Joyce Baars, Edward Meleason, Janet Schiffgans, Patricia Hazen. Right Side, Front Row--Ruth Hileman, Elizabeth Wray. Second Row--Eugene Hileman, Robert Knell, Nancy Bruner, Tom Lonberger. Third Row--Don Hansotte, Paul Kovacik, Twila Dunmire, Gaylord Bowser, Tom Risher. Fourth Row--Glenn Waugaman, Henry Woyton, Margaret Meinz. Standing--Alfred Myers, Miss Bevington, Donna McElfresh, " James Hopper, Marlene Clark, Judy Young. SENIOR ORCHESTRA Q C HE Senior Orchestra has progressed a long 4 way since 1948, the year Miss Bevington be- came director of the instrumental music department and our Seniors entered junior High School. The or- chestra plays for assemblies, the annual "open house, " junior and Senior class plays, Baccalaure- ate and Commencement. The officers for this year were: GlennWauga- man, Presidentg james Hopper, Vice-Presidentg Barbara Keine, Secretaryg Larry Petrovsky and Judy Rupert, Assist. Secretariesg Joyce Baars, Treas- urerg Carol Ford and Tom Risher, Librarians. 76 JR. HIGH INSTRUMENTALISTS Y C HE Junior Orchestra and Band ef train their members for the time when they will enter the ranks of the Senior Orchestra and Band. Of the two junior organizations, the Junior Band is the newer, being only three years old. The Junior Orchestra plays for assemblies and Freshman com- mencement and presents a concert in the spring. sq 9 na' Front Row--James Reitler, Barbara Novak, Lois Schiffgens, Carol Stivason, Janet Boarts, Tom Cipley, Merwyn Guthrie. Second Row--Carol Ann Reitler, Paula Jo Painter, Martha Schiffgens, Sandra Meades, Judy Miller, Janet Bowser, Dale Cloak, Donald Rupert, Sam Saloum, James Bloom, Michael Hnatiow, Robert Hazen. Third Row- -Anastasia Lysakowski, Roberta Sanoba, Mary Ellen Sanoba, Diane DeLong, Ronald Lasher, Allan Korna- siewicz, Edward Malc. Back Row--Carol Sanders, Marion Walker, Marilyn Turko, Patsy Glesk, Joyce Farester, Susan Eakins. Standing--Miss Bevington, Tony Machrowski, James Wingate, Edith Bloom. Front Row--James Kerr, Donald Bowser, Wayne Carberry, Edith Bloom, Eddie Bryant, Larry Laird, William Pendleton, Robert Green, Miss Bevington. Second Row--Merwyn Guthrie, Carol Sanders, Marilyn Turko, Patsy Glesk, Daphne Luchesa, Betty McClymonds, Joyce Farester. Third Row- -James Slagle, Michael Odrechowski, Joan Nathaniel, Billie Edna Cunningham, David Stafford, Lois Schiffgens. Fourth Row--Richard Heilman, Caro- lyn Caldwell, Tom Cipley, William Heilman, James Sicheri, Paula Jo Painter, William Zahniser, Susan Eakins, Marian Walker, Richard Hutchison. Fifth Row--Katherine Kuchta, Robert Stewart, Sandra Hileman, Sam Saloum, Robert Heilman, Ronald Pratt, Donald Rupert, Janet Bowser, Robert Hazen. Sixth Row--James Porter- field, Robert Bailey, James Waugaman, Robert Fullerton, George Brandeburg, Janet Boarts, James Bloom, Tom Bielski, Dale Cloak, Edward Malc, Paul Hartman, Alan Kornasiewicz, Raymond McArdle. G2 we amz, ,Nt M , swf ' w Q-W1 J' '11 7 Qi- LZ' JJ "i"T.TFi -.I V F 0 van nrgyv 7 V69 Y' Y V v v w w V V V V ' V V Front Row--L. Rummel, S. Myers, G. Earley, J. Nycz, H. Hawk, B. Shumaker, G. Nameche, Mr. Thompson J. Petrovsky, W, Elwood, J. Lcvcik, L. Novak, S. Wess, D. Green, S. Schaeffer, P. Liberto. Second Row--D. Recny, A. Vargo, D. Hornyak, K. Lunz, Z. Hazlett, D. Robinson, L. Petrovsky, I. Rovnyak D. Byron, J. Novak, M. Wheeler, M. Retzer, M. Andre, A. Butko, J. Todoroff, M. Hanner, D. Jageman. Third Row--D. Luchesa, J. Reich, C. Beck, L. Plazak, S. Simmons, M. Labutka, L. Michaux, I. Toussaint W. Kendra, J. Lettrich, A. Harriger, N. Sheldon, D. Davis, P. Wright, G. Greene, L. Elgin. Fourth Row--K. Yudoshock, F. Pavlik, J. Nameche, R. Livengood, C. Bower, R. Fuksa, C. Elwood. Back Row--J. Liberto, W. Verschuren, L. Pendleton, D. Deaderick, Paul Virostek, Pianist G. Rosenberger. VOCAL MUSIC Mr. Thompson. Vocal Instructor STHE Varsity Chorus under the direction of A Mr. Martin Thompson became one of 78 the c- tstanding organizations of our school. In tht' Fall the chorus purchased robes and X wi'21ir' eleven weeks the amount of thirteen hundred dollars was raised. This was ac- complished by being host to the annual Dis- trict Chorus, receiving aid from the student council on the Tag Day program, and by pre- senting Handel's Messiah. 4':,-"- As a result of this production of the Mes- siah, the Varsity Chorus became one of only four schools in the state to accomplish this fete. Throughout the year our sixty voice choir made eleven concert appearances. in Varsity chorus officers are: Gene Nameche, president, john Ollinger, vice president, Georgiann Earley, secretary, Mary Ann Labutka, librarian, and Bill Elwood, student director. Q , . K ,715 new F1 , r, N7 ai 4-'15, J 5 'U w g! Q 9 e,,'- u ix -rf 1" rs Front Row- Carolyn King, Janet Stitt, Eleanor Bowser, Marjorie Schmaus, Donna Shoop, Barbara Hepler, Rose Remis. Eileen Moore, Joan Brown, Barbara Caldwell, Janet Bargerstock, Sara Perpich, Pat Ritchey, Lillian Ritchey, Joan Landon, Peggy Ruston. Second Row--Patty Ech, Joan Dunmire, Irma Herbst, Marilyn Erkens, Rose M. Solak, Marlene Stolar, Connie Dinus, Antoinette Schmaus, Janet Cowan, Mildred Houston, Nancy Goodyear, Marilyn Mazurek, Betty Kunkle, Carol Dankof, Kay Cawley, Joyce Barrs, Kathy Colonna. Third Row--Nancy Henderson, Ruth lseman, Gloria Greene, Carol Shaffer, Donna McElfresh, Helen Kane. Back Row --Matthew Lazaroff, Jerry Feldman, William Kendra, James Rovnyak, Dick Livingood, Ron Burdett, Michael Gowetski, William Emmonds, Richard Hudek, Dick Bryan, Chet Elwood, Allen Harriger, Joe Lettrich, Ronald Fuksa, John Brandeburg, Michael Gallo. Front Row--Janice Presensky, Barbara Galanais, Ethel McElwain, Deanna Michaux, Gloria Zaharadnik, Margaret Humenik, Joanne Kahat, Beverly Jakola, Francis Round, Anette Russo, Shirley King, Ann Catlos, Marlene Pert, Carol Round, Patty Dosch, Joanne Thevenin, Celia Toy. Second Row: Rita Bonetti, Joyce Shakley, Betty Good, Janet Bowser, Mary Ann Skukalek, Mary Elis Ware, Neva Anderson, Shirley Edinger, Emily Bouglaski, Shirley Bruce, Marlyn Bowser, Glenna Bonner, Peggy Bears, Mary Ann Slabon, Janet Dunmire, Martha Schiffgens, Eve- lyn Schultz, Mary Ann Slanicka, Dorothy Bower, Betty Gibson, Paula Jo Painter. Third Row--Janet Danhof, Jo Ann Shankel, Martha Wiser, Norma Wolfe, Carol Walker, Shirley Stitt, Carol Stitt, Carol McGregor, Delores Cogley, Connie Crawford, Joan McKernan, Betty Bauwin, Orfa Fox, Phyllis Kijowski, Barbara Novak, Carolyn Say, Genieve Klimkowski, Marlene Livengot d, Barbara Bartolovic, Barbara Golab. Fourth Row--Sharon Crusan, Delores Scripps, Penny Vent, Sally Law, Ca.ol Culleiton, Gloria Miller, Beverly Myers, Sandra Meades, Lois Neer, Mary Ellen Sanoba, Dixie Lee Smith, Ruth Simmons, Marlyn McKee, Marian Walker, Carol Reitler, Rose Mary Faykosh, Dianna DeLong, Pattie Szul, Nancy Schaeffer, Jo Anne Schall, Carolyn Stivason. Fifth Row-- Lewis Blusk, Joe Labutka, Albert Remis, Ronald Dinus, Richard Michaux, John Popolis, Tom Rosenburger, Jerry Starka, Harry Grinder, Richard Klingensmith, Robert Vidanoff, Donald Baker, Bill Salsginer, Robert Ingram, Ronald Rickets. I J , E A+ P' - f- Pe R Q X7 A ,A A ff' es V 'TJ -- 9, ' r9.0 9' 9' 3?-5.6 H., M ww., - H f- ,L i Q K ,J fr ati, ,. A Q' Yay my vs a M - .Q in 0 A A T fi? 'Q G my nv AG J '-16 if Qf if SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE--I. Nycz, G. Earley, L. Novak, I. Levcik, S. Myers, L. Rummel, P. Liberto. B. Gregory, Accom- panist. BOYS' OCTET--G. Nameche, H. Hawk, I. Nameche, I. Ollinger, J. Novak, J. Pet- rovsky, C. Bower, W.- Thompson, Accompanist. 1 i r x Q Ellwood, Mr. 'Q- 7 A BRASS ENSEMBLE, Seated--T. Rlsher, G. Bowser, P. Kovacik, J. Brandeburg. Standing--B. Ware, G. Waugaman, D. Hansotte, H. Woyton, A. Booth, E. Hielman. STRING TRIO--E. Wray, D. McE1fresh, I. Rupert. GIRLS' BRASS ENSEMBLE--M. Krizman, B. Caldwell, M Meinz, I. Boarts, S. Kamer, T. Dunmire. CLARINET ENSEMBLE --S. Welch, S. Wyant, B. Greer, J. Grove, C. Ford, E. Carberry, P. Hazen, J. Schiffgens. 81 ggyf Q I BRA SS QUARTE T- -Eugene Hileman, Torn Risher Glenn Wauganzan, Henry W0,Vt0H TRUMPET QUARTET Eugene Hzleman Mrchael Hnatlow Gaylord Bowser Tom Rrsher LES CLARINET TRIO Carol Ford Elaine Carberry Janet Scluffgens FLUTE QUARTE T Harold Myers Judy Rupert Carolyn Stzvason fabsent Lols Schrffgens j uvasvs A b Q A ,,.: . - r zbn 'i'Q1': VZK, ::f l Q Q A :Z Z sv' 1:Y1Sf,., -5 wg-ig? W xy 3 A 3 ,ins 32 Q2 Y fi 2 3: +5 iwggfg 65b"a a-ga 5 ug.. nag, 9-J '-fllfsyf, V,-'1.,,,-Ns5fT' .'q5 r ex' 1 "W -.1 ,W 5' - ' l ' 5. I f.5' , Q3 3 3 3 9,,,9,g1.i5' .gf 5f,,,,,f',2,:-fb H X-rg, lx 'W ' 1 I , ,f Kf N "5 1' f I S52 -1 ig ff- W "", "' lr - Q V I 1 M 3 as .+V -Irv fxmfe . - - 5' .V E! - h 'L fax! l 5, ' J 'W - "-- ,!x5x QU SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT TEACHERS- Mr. Williams, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Duff. It was a good try, boys. Eighth and Ninth grade fashion show winners. 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HEAD COACH 'J 1 ,M ' ' 6' Bill Abraham ik 'A ' Black, HubertRupert, Paul lv 2 . i 1 1- - ,,, xt, Y l V VARSITY STAFF Bo '14 typ P B f ' in Caruso, John Simmons. VARSITY FOOTBALL C"'I-IE 1953 edition of Ford City High School's football team turned in a very r successful season, although its record was marred by a loss to Kittarining in the annual rivalry contest. Bill Abraham's speedy Glasser eleven lost only two Class A games, one with the W.P.I.A.L. champions, "Hunter" High of Leech- burg. Two of Ford City's best showings were against the powerful Double A school of Bellaire, 0hio, and against the Blue Devils of Leechburg. A break in either game would have resulted in major upsets in the district. Congratulations to Bill Abraham and the Glasser squad who brought winning football to Ford City. Front Row--B. Laughner, I. Herbst, L. Pendleton, B. Booth, J. Moore, R. Graden, S. Schaeffer, J. O1- linger, C. Fair, R. Thomaswick. Second Row--W. Stewart, D. Deaderick, G. Kunst, W. Ruffaner, R. Petrus. R. Boarts, E. Brightmeyer, F. Booth, I. Fichthorn, G. Bowser. Back Row--L. Oresick, B. Ware, K. Bryant, B. Lysakowski, E. White, M. Miller, C. Goldinger. W. Crawford, D. Chauvaux, W. Ver- schuren. F 'iff . . iff? W SENIDR Richard "Tank" 3 Letters - John "I-loss" Ollinger 3 Letters - Tackle Tackle 3 Letters Crawford 1 Letter Guard Ron Thomaswick 1 Letter - Guard ROY Gfaden End ...Wd ck Bob Booth 1 Letter - Guard LETTERMEN 2 Lett renza Potshot Pendleton 3 Letters - Halfback "Bill" Fai ers Gua Berrne Lysakowskl Leo Oresick 2 Letters - End ls. 1 Letter Center I T Stan Shaffer 1 Letter - End ,-v ..L ..-. I ' 1 Larry Schrecengost , A r Fred Booth 2 Letters - Center Halfback -exp ,A VM -yN.- 1 '.er,"L 1G 9L 5A Coach Hubert Rupert CN! X., Kneeling--Coach Rupert, John Ollinger, Bob Ware, Joe Nameche, David Mar- tinez, Don Deaderick, Paul Krukar. Standing--Wilford Jackson, Lorenza Pendleton, Edward Kijowski, Kenneth Bryant, Robert Salankiewicz, Sherwood Memes' gonn Guys 1954 varsi basketbaii team c tumed in another outstan in basketball sea- son with a remarkable record of 12 victories against only five defeats. Their efforts, however, were not enough to cop the Section I title. The cham- pionship was not decided until the final game of the season when the Glassers bowed to the power- ful Red Raiders of New Kensington. Coach Hub Rupert's Glassers were led by three returning lettermen in Seniors, Bob Salankiewicz and Lorenza Pendleton, and junior, Kenny Bryant. juniors, Sherwood Meades, Wilford ,Iackson and Paul Krukar, and Senior, Eddie Kijowski rounded out the usual starting team. The season was by no means a failure, as the Forders went down fi ht- ing to a New Kensington Team which had lgeen playing together for three years. 'lf' 'I"":,,..,.,..,,, - .- . . Ford City's W.lJ.I,A,L, runner-ups--1953 KIM" . , f , Ford City. . Ford City. . Ford City Ford City Ford City Ford City Ford City Ford City Ford City Ford City. . Ford City. . Ford City. . 'uv STA TISTICIANS Gene Nameche and John Russo VARSITY SCORES Vandergrift. . Central Catholic. . . Tarentum. . . Westinghouse Johnstown. . . New Castle. . Rankin ...... Aliquippa ..... Monessen ...... Har-Brack ..... Butler ......... Monongahela. . . Ford City. . Kittanning. . Ford City. . North Catholic. . Ford City New Kensington. . . Ford City Sharon ..... Ford City Har-Brack. . Ford City. . Butler ..... . Ford City. . Kittanning. . Ford City. . Charleroi. . . Ford City. . New Kensington. . CENTERS Ed Kijowski, Kenny Bryant, and Bob Ware MANAGERS Jim Moore, John Hromadik Tom Eakins. GUARDS FORWARDS Paul Krukar, John Ollinger, Wilford Jackson, Bob Dave Martinez, Sherwood Meades, Don Dead Salarlkiewicz. Joe Nameche. erick, Lorenza Pendleton. 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' Q n 1 ' . 1 .P t r. . . ' ' ' 5 1 Q . l ' . . . L ? Ffa, I . i?sAms.,. kk I J -f F3 Q' W ffm Q I at RESERVE COACH Bob Black Front Row Pendleton Manager Mrcheaux Back Row Sam Kunkle Larry Culp Wayne Carberry B111 Steve Stemer A1Rem1s Second Row Ed Malc John Kerr Gene Lazaroff Norman Edwards J Norman Goldmger and Bob Fullerton Manager Mr Srmmons Coach J1mW1ngate C Kunkle B Hrlernan Dav1dNeutre11e Mr Prrncrpe Assrstant Coach QQKNX ,J . A Coach Robert Black Kneehng Joe Stewart Wayne Stewart B111 Emmonds Matthew Lazaroff Rlchard Hudek Standrng Jrm Rovnyak Henry Tenerowlcz Drck Lrvengood Ronald Bur dette Rrch Pytel Cwl-IE VARSITY RESERVES thrs year came through wrth a record of 10 wms and ll losses They got off to a raprd start by wmrung therr frrst three games of the season but faltered as the schedule progressed The Llttle Glassers record although not a wmnmg one showed a great deal of rmprovement over therr poor junror I-hgh season a year a o Coach John Sunmons JUNIOR HIG team kept Ford Clty amon the champ1ons th1s year as they coppe the Junror W P I A L Sectron Eleven crown The Forders went through therr sectlon wrthout defeat and ended e season Wlth a credrtable 15 and 3 record The team had the same fate as the Var slty when the met New Kensmgton rn the openmg roun of the playoffs and were elrmmated from further play 5. KJ 9 K Q -.E 'I' PLENTY ACTION ,v- 1 Q , ,S sg ,, 8 ,a fig QV 5 . gy: , .. cz x . 4 WAN e I su uf wi- lf il' 'Zl!!'..'.....-IB!!-1' " ,.. ..,..: wp 1, ,ggfir fy ,. ., 5- - Qui' Ffgji-V-Y, w .J Zfsgwhh K, wig! .wars o ef! 51 5... if uf fff . J'-1 wma' 1 2 5 u Iggy ,H , as . +25 1 K semen Milz r r Carolyn JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS--M. K. Retzer, J. Riech, Sangba S. Duff, M. A. Ruston, G. Rosenberger, M. Klin- gensmith. 1. up My CHEERLEADERS 'Q' '--'--11 ,'l"'l""H .i li. , . ' lfli'-IIIWX f"1'g" ov-.ntml-r' in -'W' -' .-..:k,f"' fv Loretta Ioan Novak Martin SS Cvnlut 3 f in 2 1 .1 Anil Q-.1 : A 'Il llllfH'FY!l1 ' ' f ,Dila - S :Q , ...kv 1 vnu ,Wx 45 gmzwfgw Egg Juan? New with Q Fw Fr axe, Phyllis Liberto N R Ruth vi if' JUNIOR MAIORETTES--Kneeling--M. Slaviero, B. Julia Ransom, G. Righi, C. Reitler, and P,J, Painter. Back Row--B. Good, B. Galanis, R, Pendleton, A. M. Butko, I. Baars, I. Herbst. Edwards ff do Nycz MAJORETTES X, Mary Ann Luby Szymanski Koryk v ,mx Ioycemary Baars and Henry Woyton. Margo Hanner and Charles Bower. Maxine Yassem and Richard Boarts Lofenza Pendletgn 5y'iQ' 3i'4' Ruth EdWal'dS BettY A. Volek at 3 Robert Salankiewicz + 7 4 N N , .vu nbiwswfss , A fue f ri . Q! Pnom ff' L, 98 R counr 7 axfymv Y f' , M -sw. fm 1, g Q ' 0' , A R F I if 1 1 N ff, f . fa af os. 5 Robert Onofrey f 4 Mary I. White - M' w 5 r Julia Nycz R W Gene Nameche Iv' 4 J Lois Klingensmith and Robert Onofrey Nancy Sheldon and Merle Barger JUNIOR - simon Pnom 1953 Carol Schrecengost and Robert Shurnaker Rose Rernis and Bernard Lysakowski K ,fy ,vw 1 3 w L ' C-Y 5' 914571 A A 5 Yr Gail Rosenberger and Hyatt Hawk 99 Joan Martin and Joseph Herbst 1 1 ,Q It .th . ., -v gf. 'gary -is-we 135 A .3 1, ' ' A Ex 2 - vu -ft . my ,J 1 . ifyjqii l 's . me 2 ,M -f if ,A 1, .Q I ' r 9. 5 wi- . ,d ww- 7 .. . 'S i - . .S .ik Q., al, ,- ity, 1' K-, Y Q. 2 fgg ' Ax " . Yak: 'ff' an 'L . " ,n-A' - ' ' Q n fl ,Q K' " xsgiie Xa, 1 K r , , r a nr ., f I 4 Q 5 ' 1 v 51 ,W INDEX OF SENIOR ACTIVITIES AITFS VEDA VEDA Freshman Chorus Busrness Staff Trueme ALLENSWORTH DOROTHY DOT Gtrls Chorus 2 Trr Hi Y 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 ANDERSON DALE DALE I V Football 1 2 I-ootball Manager 4 BAILEY JANET AN Freshman Chorus Tn H1 Y 3 BAKER ROBERT E BOB Magtc Chefs 4 BAKER WILLIAM BILL Magrc Chefs 4 Semor Class Play BARGER MERLE ZEKE Spamsh Club 3 Band 3 Hobby Club 4 BECK RUBY RUBY Freshman Chorus Penn Ford Jr Hlstonans 2 3 4 La t1n Club 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 BICANOVSKY EUGENE BEECHIE Freshman Chorus Freshman Play Latm Club 2 Jtuuor Class Play Penn Ford Jr Hrstonans 2 3 Magrc Chefs 4 Hobby Club 4 Varsrty Chorus 2 3 AWARD Student Counctl BLONDEAUX ROBERTA BOBBIE Freshman Chorus BLOOM MARY MERRY Freshman Play Student Counctl 1 Glass Ip 1 2 3 4 Edxtor 4 Jumor Class Play Crew Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Pres rdent 4 Penn Ford Jr Hrstorrans 1 2 Semor Class Play AWARDS Glass Ip 2 BOARTS RICHARD TANK I V Football 1 Varslty Football2 3 4 Freshman BOOTH FRED FRED Freshman Chorus Sparush Club 2 Baseball 2 Foot bal14 BOOTH ROBERT BUDDA J V Football 2 Varstty Football 3 4 Varstty Chorus 2 3 4 Art Club 3 Juruor Class Play AWARDS Art Jr Dramaucs BOWER CHARLES BEVO Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Track 3 Boys Octet 4 BOWSER IDA SALLY Laun Club l 2 Glass Ip4 Sparush Club 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Jr and Sr Class Play Crews Trtreme Ed 4 Penn Ford Jr HISIOIIBIIS l 2 3 AWARD Tnreme Ed BOWSER TOM TUCKER I V Football 1 COWAN DELORES SUE Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 3 Jun1or Class Play Crew Trrreme Bus 4 Typtng Club 4 CRAWFORD WILLIAM WILLIE I V Football 2 Varsxty Football 4 Hobby Club 3 4 CRISSMAN BETTY BET Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Tr1 H1 Y 3 CRYTZER RCBERT BOB Magrc Chefs 4 DAVIS JAMES M DAVIS LEROY PETE DILLARD SHIRLEY MAE SHIRL Typrng Club 4 DUNN CLIFFORD T P Trlreme Bus 4 100 EARLEY GEORGIANNE GEORGIE Freshman Chorus Freshman Play Jr Class Play Stu dent Drrector Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Na tronal Honor SOCICIY 4 Student Counctl 3 Grrls En semble 3 4 Tnreme Bus 4 Typrng Club4 Class Secretary4 AWARDS Student Councrl Jr Dramatrcs Choral Tr1 reme Bus EDWARDS RUTH ROOKIE Grrls Chorus 2 Trl H1 Y 2 3 Baton Club 3 4 ELGIN LOIS LOIS Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Tn H1 Y 1 2 3 V1ce Presrdent 3 F H A 1 2 3 Secretary 3 Gregg Club 4 ELWOOD WILLIAM WILLIE Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Freshman Jr and Sr Plays Jr Htgh Basketball 1 J V Football 1 2 Student Councrl l 2 3 Trrreme Bus 4 Boys Octet 4 AWARDS Student Counc112 Jr and Sr Dramatrcs Choral 2 Trtreme Bus EVANS SHARON SHARON Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Trl H1 Y 2 3 Penn Ford Jr Hrstortans 2 EWING RONALD HUFFY FAIR CLOYD BILL J V Football 1 Varsrty Football 2 3 4 Baseball 4 FULLERTON BILL TUB J V Football 1 Penn Ford Jr Hrstorrans 2 Basketball Mgr I 2 3 Spanlsh Club 4 FULTON CAROL CAROL Freshman Chorus Latrn Club 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 Spantsh GAINOR IOANNE GEIGER NELSON HERK JV Football2 Mgr 3 Mag1cChefs4 GRADEN ROY BUD Jr Htgh Basketball l Hobby Club 3 Football 4 Track 3 GREENE CAROL CAROL Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Art Club 4 GREEN DELORES DEE Freshman Chorus Band 1 Orchestra 1 Lat1n Club I 2 Varstty Chorus 2 3 4 Student Councrl 1 2 Gregg Club 4 Glass Ip4 Penn Ford Jr Hrstorrans 2 Jr Play Crew Lrbrary Assrstant 1 2 3 Trrreme Ed 4 AWARD Trtreme Ed GREGORY BARBARA BARB Freshman Chorus Freshman Play Latrn Club 1 2 Gxrls Chorus2 Student Counctl l 4 Trtreme Ed 4 Na tronal Honor SOCICIY 3 4 Gregg Club 4 Presrdent G1rls Ensemble 4 AWARD Soph Scholarshrp GROVE JANET JANET Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 Grrls Chorus 2 Penn Ford Jr Hlstorrans 2 3 4 Jr and Sr Plays Student Drrector Lrbrary Assrstant 2 3 4 Typrng Club 4 AWARDS Band Lrbrary Sr Dramatrcs HYATT HAWK HONKER Band I Orchestra 1 Freshman Chorus Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Octet 4 AWARDS Choral2 HAZEN PATRICIA PAT Freshman and Semor Plays Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Laun Club 1 2 Spanrsh Club 3 Tu H1 Y 2 3 Penn Ford Jr Hxstortans 2 Trrreme Ed 4 AWARDS Instrumental Sr Dramaucs Tnreme Ed . U ' "I " -- ' 3 . ' 9 : '- Chorhsg Varsity Chorus 2-33 Spanish Club 3, President 3 Club 49 II- and SI- mal' Crews: Tfifsme Ed' 4 I .- -. . "Jo" . "J1 " ' - 2 ' . " I " - - ' ' : ' . HEASLEY BETTY BETTY Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Gregg Club 4 HEASLEY LOIS LOIS HEILMAN SALLY SALLY Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Latrn Club 1 2 Penn Ford Jr rs torrans 2 Glass Ip 1 2 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstantl 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 AWARDS Soph and Jr Scholarslup Glass Ip 2 Band HILEMAN EUGENE PORK Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Student Councrl Presrdent AWARDS Instrumental Student Councrl HILEMAN DICK HUMPHREY Spamsh Club 3 4 Magrc Chefs 4 HILEMAN WILLIAM BILL HOLLAND NORA JO NORA Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 3 Art Club 2 Tu H1 Y 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 4 HORAN CHARLENE CHARN HRABOVSKY JOHN MUMBLES Football Mgr 1 2 Senror Play Magrc Chefs 4 HULINGS PATRICIA PAT Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 Art Club 2 Stu dent Councrl 2 Jr Play Crew Grrls Ensemble 3 KAHAT JOHN CLEM KAMMERDIENER FRED HEZZY Magrc Chefs 4 KLINGENSMITH KEN KLING Magrc Chefs 4 Baseball 4 KOTYK LUBY LUB Freshman Play Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus Baton Club 1 2 3 4 GreggClub4 Secretary Trrreme Bus 4 KOVACH STEVE STIF Magrc Chefs 4 KUNST JERRY HE Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus2 Jr Class Play Gregg Club 4 Trrreme Bus 4 AWARDS Jr Dramatrcs LEFEVER JOYCE DIMPLES Freshman Chorus Typrng Club 4 LESSIRE LOIS Freshman Chorus Glrls Chorus 2 Student Councrl 1 Typrng Club 4 LEVCIK JULIANN SHOES Freshman Chorus Freshman and Senror Class Plays Var srty Chorus 2 3 4 Trueme Sales Mgr 4 Typmg Club 4 Grrls Ensemble 3 4 AWARDS Choral Trueme Bus LIBERTO PHYLLIS PHYL Freshman Chorus Freshman Play Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Student Counc1l2 Tn H1 Y 2 Baton Club 2 3 4 Trl reme Bus 4 Class Treasurer3 Typrng Club4 Junror Play Crew Senror Play G1rls Ensemble 3 4 AWARDS Student Colmcrl Choral 2 LYSAKOWSKI BERNARD BERNIE Jr Hrgh Basketball 1 J V Football2 Football 3 4 Baseball 2 4 McKAlN BEVERLY BEV Freshman Chorus Guls Chonrs 2 Trl H1 Y 3 Glass lp 4 Semor Play Crew Typing Club 4 MCKERNAN JEAN JEAN Girls Chorus 2 3 MARKLINSKI GEORGE MARK Spamsh Club 3 MARTIN JOAN JOAN Freshman Chorus Orchestra 1 Latin Club 1 Varsrty Chorus 2 3 Spanish Club 3 Typrng Club 4 Cheer leader 1 2 3 4 Student Council Secretary 3 AWARD Student Council MATAVA MAXINE MAXINE Freshman Chorus Girls Chorus 2 Student Councrl 3 4 Gregg Club Vrce Presrdent 4 AWARD Student Councrl MECHLING EDWARD Freshman Chorus Football Mgr 1 Student Councrl 3 4 Band 4 Senror Play Crew Magrc Chefs 4 AWARD Sr Dramaucs MILLER DELORES DEE Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Trlreme Bus 4 AWARD Trrreme Bus MILLIGAN RUTH RUTH Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Tn H1 Y 2 Trrreme Bus 4 Senror Class Play Gregg Club 4 MILZ ROSE MARIE ROSE Freshman Chorus Glrls Chorus 2 3 Cheerleader l 2 3 4 Trueme Bus 4 Jumor Class Play Crew Senror Class Play Typrng Club 4 MOHR BOB PUTSY I V Football 2 Freshman Play MONROE JAMES Tnreme Bus 4 Senror Play Crew AWARD Sr Dramatrcs MORDA JOAN JOANIE Grrls Chorus 2 Student Council 2 MYERS ALFRED Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Penn Ford Jr Hrs torrans 2 3 Presrdent 3 Junlor Class Play Laun Club 1 2 Spamsh Club 3 4 Semor Class Play Crew Tri reme Ed 4 Natronal Honor Society 3 4 Hungry Frve 4 AWARDS Jr Scholarshrp Insmunental Jr Dramatrcs Band Trxreme Ed MYERS NANCY NANC Freshman Chorus Spamsh Club 4 MYERS SONYA MY Freshman Chorus Varsxty Chorus 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Latrn Club 3 Penn Ford Jr Hrstonans 2 3 Class Treasurer 4 Grrls Ensemble 3 4 MYERS WILLIAM BILL and Senror Class Plays NAMECHE GENE SLATS Freshman Chorus Freshman and Jumor Class Plays Stu dent Councll Vrcef-Presrdent 3 Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Glass lp Sports Editor 1 2 3 4 Basketball Statrsucran 2 3 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Laun Club 3 Boys Octet 4 Trrreme 3 4 Edrtor 4 AWARDS Glass Ip 3 Jr Dramatrcs Choral 2 Stu dent Councll Trrreme Ed NEUTRELLE BOB NEUT Freshman Chorus Student Councrl 3 4 huuor and Sen ror Class Plays Trrreme Ed 4 AWARDS Jr Dramatics NOVAK LORETTA HOOCH Freshman Chorus Freshman Class Play Varsity Chorus 2 3 4 Student Counc1l3 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Trl reme Bus 4 Grrls Ensemble 3 4 AWARDS Choral2 NYCZ JULIA Freshman Chorus Freshman and JuruorClass Plays Var srty Chorus 2 3 4 Student Councrl 3 Baton Club 2 3 4 Business Mgr Tnreme 4 Typrng Club 4 Senror Class Play Crew Grrls Ensemble AWARDS Choral Trlreme Bus OLLINGER JOHN H955 Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 J V Football 1 Football 2 3 4 J V Basketball 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 1 2 4 Boys Octet4 AWARDS Choral 2 ONOFREY ROBERT HUCK Jumor and Semor Class Plays Class V1ce Pres1dent4 Trrreme Bus 4 AWARDS Jr and Sr Dramatrcs PACUCH MARY ANN RUSTY Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 Gregg Club 4 Treasurer Semor Play Crew AWARD Sr Dramatrcs 101 . : ' ' 3 ' NED.. - - - : ' - : - . H' - " ' ' -- '- I : ' ' - : : '- I . , ' "JIM" I I 'V I' . ' IIALIV : : ' ' . s , ' " R" . "C " D l u ua KIJOWSKI. JANET "JANET" Freshman Chorus: Penn-Ford Ir. Historians 2-3g Junior . ULOU . a 4 l - - 4: . . - : n -- ' : . "JUL" INDEX OF SENIOR ACTIVITIES PAUP PATRICIA PAT Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Trrreme Bus 4 PAVLIK FRANK IINGLES Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Baseball 1 Track 3 Student Councrl 2 Typrng Club 4 PENDLETON LORENZA POTSHOT Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus2 3 4 I V Football l Football 2 3 4 I V Basketball 1 Basketball 2 3 4 Class Secretary and Treasurer Boys Octet 4 AWARDS Choral 2 PETROVSKY JOE SONNY Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2f3 4 Orchestra 1 Freshman and Iuruor Class Plays Trrreme Bus 4 Typ mg Club 4 Boys Octet 4 AWARDS Ir and Sr Dramaucs Choral PETROVSKY LARRY PEE WEE FreshmanChorus Vars1tyChorus3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 PIERCE HERBERT HERB Patrol Boy 2 Trrreme Bus 4 PIPER HARRY PETE Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 REALE MADALENA MAGGIE G1rls Chorus 2 Penn Ford Ir Hrstorians l Sen1or Class Play Crew Typ1ngClub4 Tureme Bus 4 AWARD Sr Dramatrcs RELICH VERA RELICH Freshman Chorus Freshman Play Student Coxmcrl 2 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Trrreme Bus 4 Typrng Club 4 RIGGLE IANET AN Freshman Chorus G1rls Chorus 2 Junror and Semor Class Plays Nanonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Co Ed1tor Tnreme 4 AWARDS Ir and Sr Dramaucs Trrreme Ed ROBINSON DALE EINSTEIN Freshman Chorus Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Iunror Class Play Tnreme Ed 4 ROVNYAK ELEANOR ROGGER Freshman Chorus G1rls Chorus2 Latrn Club l 2 Art Club 3 Trrreme Ed 4 Iumor Class Play Crew AWARD Tnreme Ed RUMMEL LARUE LASH Freshman Chorus G1rls Chorus 2 3 Varsrty Chorus 4 Student Councxl 1 2 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 Gregg Club 4 Latm Club 1 2 Semor Class Play Crew Glass Ip4 Trxreme Ed 4 Band 1 2 3 G1rls Ensemble4 AWARD Trrreme Ed RUPERT LOUISE LOU Latrn Club 2 Spanrsh Club 4 Semor Class Play Crew SALANKIEWICZ ROBERT STETCH Freshman and Semor Class Plays I V Basketball 1 Basketball 2 3 4 Class Presldent 1 2 3 Student Coun crl 1 2 3 Spanish Club Vrce Presxdent 2 3 Trrreme Ed 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 SANOBA CAROLYN CAROLYN Freshman Chorus G1rls Chorus 2 3 Cheerleader 1 2 SANOBA LOUIS LOU I V Football 1 SCHAEFFER SHIRLEY SHIRLEY Freshman Chorus Varsrty Chorus 2 3 4 Gregg Club 4 AWARD Choral SCHAEFFER STANLEY STAN Freshman Chorus I V Football 2 Football 3 4 Class Vice President 2 3 Junxor and Semor Class Plays Hob by Club Presxdent 3 Track 3 Baseball 4 AWARDS Soph Scholarship Jr Dran aucs SCHMAUS JOANNE ANNIE Freshman Chorus Grrl s Chorus 2 3 Trlreme Bus 4 SCHRECENGOST LARRY GEORGE I V Football 1 2 Football 3 4 SHIRING EVELYN EVIE Freshman Chorus Girls Chorus 3 Typing Club Treas urer 4 Senior Class Play Crew SIMMONS BETTY BETTY 102 Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 3 Gregg Club Cor Secretary 4 SHUMAKER ROBERT SHOES Freshman Chorus Band 1 Orchestra 1 Varsrty Chorus 3 4 Magrc Chefs 4 SKUKALEK MARLENE MA Freshman Chorus Orchestra 1 Varslty Chorus 2 3 Stu dent Counc1l2 Laun Club 2 Gregg C1ub4 Busrness Mgr Tr1reme4 G1rls Ensemble 3 AWARD Trireme Bus sM1TH HENR1 MAE DIMPLES Grrls Chorus 2 Trl H1 Y 2 3 Gregg Club 4 STITT IO ANN G1rls Chorus 2 3 Trueme Bus 4 STIVASON WENDELL STIVY Magrc Chefs 4 STUMP NANCY JANE NANCY Freshman Chorus Penn Ford Ir H1stor1ans 2 3 4 Sen 1or Class Play Crew SWARTZLANDER JANICE AN Freshman Chorus G1rls Chorus 2 3 Penn Ford Ir Hrs tortans 3 4 Secretary 4 Semor Class Play Crew AWARD Sr Drarnatxcs SZYMANSKI MARY ANN MARY ANN Freshman Chorus Grrls Chorus 2 Majorette 1 2 3 4 Baton Club 4 THOMASWICK RONALD ACE Football 3 4 Hobby Club 3 4 VALASEK LAURA PATI G1rls Chorus 2 3 Iumor Class Play Crew Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Typrng Club 4 Spamsh Club 2 VARGO JOE SPAGHETTI Student Counc1l 2 3 4 Baseball 2 4 Class Presrdent 4 Trrreme Bus 4 AWARDS Student Councrl Sr Dramatrcs VOLEK BETTY ANN BETTY ANN Typrng Club Secretary 4 WAUGAMAN GLENN WAUGY Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 3 4 AWARD Band WAUGAMAN MARJORIE MARGIE Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Student Councll Secretary 4 Class Secretary 3 AWARD Student Councll WESS SARA JEAN SALLY Freshman Chorus Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Freshman and Semor Class Plays Glass lp 1 2 3 4 Latrn Club 2 Gregg Club 4 AWARDS Choral Glass Ip WHEELER MICHAEL MICKEY Freshman Chorus Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Penn Ford Jr Hxstorians 3 Student. Councrl 4 WHITE MARY JANE BLACKIE Freshman Chorus Junlor Class Play Crew Penn Ford Ir Hrstonans 2 3 Glass Ip 2 3 Trxreme Ed 4 Art Club 2 3 4 WOYTON HENRY HENRY Band 1 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Hungry Frve 4 AWARDS Instrumental Band WRIGHT RONALD RON Band 1 WYANT JAMES FLASH Iumor Class Play Crew AWARD Jr Dramatr-cs WYANT SHIRLEY Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 Grrls Chorus 2 Penn Ford Jr Hrstorrans 4 Gregg Club 4 Trrreme Bus 4 AWARD Band YASSEM ANNA MARIE AMY Student Councrl 3 4 Tn l-h Y 1 2 3 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 Secretary 3 ZANETTI BARBARA BARB Grrls Chorus 2 SHIRLEY i .. .. I . , - : , . : . , s . . ' .. .. . .. .. : - - : : : : a ' i .. .. ' .. R.. I ' ' S . . 3 5 ' - g - : ' - : a ' ' : '- D" ' 9 . z . I 5 - . ..IO.. ' ,, ,. ' ..I .. - - - : - - - : ' - 5 n . I Q . : ' . : ' . - ' l ' l H - - - 1 3 5 l - : I .. .. - - ' 1 ' - 1 ' ' ' ' ' .. .. ' : ' - - : ' " I I ' A . .. I ' .. .. Freshman Chorus: Girls' Chorus 25 Student Council3g I . ' ' . ' - . 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'fl H .if QL gk .X Above are Representatnves ond Offlcers of the Ford Cnty Umon os they ore coming out of the new umon building They ore Left to right Nick Hnotlow George Mraz Stanley Czekanskl President Rrchord Anderson Vice chourmon ond Sam Soloum Vlce president FEDERATICN or GLASS CERAMICS and SILICA SANDWORKERS of AMERICA The new Ford Cnty Unlon School Dlstrlct formed by the merger of the Ford Cliff Manorvllle Manor Township, and Ford Cnty school systems IS the latest great forward step taken locally for the educatlon of our youths Another real slgn of local progress IS the rndustrlal waste dlsposal system our Company placed In operation thus year at Ford Cnty The dlscharge lmes from It can be seen wendung along above the raver bank These Innes term: nate on Company property across the raver I . I . . . PITKISBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY I ll 33: 4' BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS V, and K-I ICE CREAM CORP. For that extra special flavor it's K-I ICE CREAM and BETTER DAIRIES MILK. Both are truly nourishing and enioyable refreshments. Janet, Bob and John are treating themselves to BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS. Miss DeHout is admiring the carefully built furniture which is priced to suit your purse and planned to please your pride. Shop at GREENBAUM'S for that exclusive buy. GREEN BAUM'S FURNITURE STORE FORD STREET FORD CITY, PA. LEISTER'S STUDIO I27 N. McKEAN ST. KITTANNING, PA. Like most Seniors, Juliann "smiles for Ralph" at LEISTER STUDIOS, where all the photographs for this book were macle. For "everything photographic" call Kittanning 42-3321. Now is the time to buy thatspecial "something" for a big occasion. Luby and Charlene are admiring the latest in orlon sweaters at FRlEDLAND'S LEADER STORE. FRlEDLAND'S LEADER STORE FORD STREET .www FORD CITY, PA. 'Q For the rival football game ofthe year, Mary Ann and Carolyn, are buying the traditional mums at their favorite shop, ARNER'S. rf"1qf X if Y 4 -,W When you want prompt, courteous, and efficient service let the friendly cashiers at PEOPLE'S BANK take care ofyour fi- nancial problems. MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Loretta and Lois enjoy the comforts of one of the many displays at MATEER'S FURNITURE STORE "The House of Ser- vice." hu You will enioy shopping at the mod ernized AMERICAN SLOVAK GENER AL MERCHANDISE CO. where you can select the finest in groceries, freshly cut meats, produce, and DuPont Paints For free delivery phone 62-2361 AMERICAN SLOVAK GENERAL MERCHANDISE CO FORD CITY PENNA Qlll' Q.W5lf?.QRtf,a KITTAN NING. PAQ Margie sprays her favorite perfume on Maryann at KLINGENSMITH'S DRUG STORE, which carries a line of world famous cosmetics. In addition the prescription counter upholds the motto, "We are in business for your health". Bernard Rupp displays one of the many trucks sent on construction iobs throughout western Pennsylvania by RUPP BROTHERS INC. of Kittanning. 109 'Q af ELJER CO. FACTORIES g,,,z SALEM, OHIO FORD CITY, PA. 1 - Q MARYSVILLE, OHIO l Makers of fine plumbing fixtures since 1904, ELJER offers the above bathroom as their con- tribution to modern living. For advanced styling in design, contact the ELJER CO. for your plumbing fixtures. 110 Hyatt and Joe think this is a perfect solution for "after the prom." This is only one of the many makes of cars handled by the KITTANNING NEW CAR AND TRUCK DEALERS AS- SOCIATION. KITTANNING g NEW CAR and TRUCK DEALERS ASSOCIATION 1 ANNE'S FLOWER SHOP vunmaun PHONE 62-4152 lt's prom time!! Eddie is buying that special girl that special flower at ANNE'S FLOWER SHOP. For the finest selection in corsages and cut flow- ers, see "Anne" at 936 Fifth Avenue, Ford City. Miss Mechling shops For accessories, clothing and many of her personal needs at the THOMAS FLYNN CO. on Ford Street. You can always be sure of good, reliable service at FLYNNS. THE THOMAS FLYNN COMPANY Barbara and Stan are among the first two seniors to receive theirclass rings at WAL- TER BALL'S JEWELRY STORE. Walter Ball's also carries a wide variety of world famous watches - Hamilton, Elgin and Bulova. '1 1 Fora better looking lawn this summer, visit GREENLAWN NURSERY located on the Manor Church and Rosston Road. They can show youa fine selection of ever greens roses, shrubs and fruit trees Phone 62 5933 For choice foods, shopat L. L. LIVEN- GOOD'S located along the river road at Manorville. You can have a com- plete selection ofthe finest in vege- tables, canned goods, and freshly cut meats. Phone 62-3221 . L. L. LIVENGOOD MANORVILLE PENNA. Y Butch and Jim stop for gasoline at CENTRAL SERVICE STATION Cen- tral Service specializes in Bear Wheel Alignment, brake and carburetor ser- vice, and all automotive needs. Call 62-3171 . lt's 4:00 and refreshment time at the FORD CITY PHARMACYI Marlene and her girlfriend are enjoying the "pause that refreshes . " Ford Street Ford City A For sound, conservative, and friendly banking, the NATIONAL BANK is happy to serve you the best way pos- sible. MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ' I al ' it :.f J "' g W I Qsimix Jim registers as Pat tries on the handsome watch to be given to those two Iucky sen- iors. FITZGERALD'S JEWELRY is the headquarters fora large variety of fine gifts. I t iiffiai 'bs 55 i WN. .human 'X X .fs I I Y 3- fr mmm: Q I rwmm A W I IWW' if-ifw-f I ' Pat, Bob, and Jack are looking over some ,jg WAN I of the humorous greeting cards found at pf ff M I, ., gli me Foam clrv News. 113 MELLON NATIONAL BANK and TRUST CO. KITTANNING, PA. MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION it K-W, WNW CMN.. I1 'ff 1 , ' I 3WQ!?'x 1-.rs 1- 'rf.....-i Mi' sl For the best in sales and services go to PlPER'S KAISER-FRAZER DEALERS located at 407-4II Tenth Street, Ford City. PlPER'S also has 24-hour towing. Phone 62-2251 . 114 Many of the Ford City residents patronize ANDY'S MARKET, where a wide selec- tion of name brand foods are available. XB' II 'Qi I I ,IQI - Ig The Fol lowing General Electric Appliances, can be bought at CROYLE'S REFRIGERA- TION SALES 8. SERVICE: Air Conditioners Irons Ranges Refrigerators Radios Washers Televisions Stop at CROYLES' for efficient service CROYLES' 904 4th AVE. PHONE 62-3121 si! P' 5 4 , li ,. 4 5 m 2 gn ' lm 1 1 ev: . 'W , I HI ,, K kia., .veal ,- Cadogan residents know they can get fine groceries, meats, Pennzip gas and oil, and "service with a smile" at ELWOOD'S CLOVER FARM STORE where the Elwood family strives to serve the public. ,.-i' P is ' 5 M -fix... 1 1' mn 'Q , xo 5 Dan McKinley shows Gene and Bob some of the fine McGregor and Manhatten sports wear found at the CUSTOM SHOP. In I Five seniors - Juliann, Vera, Phyllis Julia and Georgiann are sampling LIBER TO'S POP. When you desire that ex tra Flavor in pop, try LIBERTO'S. Mr. Shumaker is pointing out to Charles and Bill the special features ofthe new Chevrolet Truck. Stop at SHUMAKERS for many of your automotive needs 'nl P f OUR PATRQN ames Monroe r M Rambach Rrchard Culp Truckmg and Excavatrng Dr Paul Opalka Dean P Wyant Taxr Rrchard Emmonds Dr A R Pechan Charles Sanders Store C W Thompson M D Glass C1 Hotel Karamel pple Company Palm Restaurant B Brewer M Rev M Bochnewrch Burdette Lumber Claypoole s Market Kamer s Auto Body Shop Irene s Beauty Shop Edward M Durls Tot Shoppe Foreman s Hardware Pechan s Bakery Mr 81 Mrs Dom Fracchra Sp1C N Span Cleaners oe Valek s Grocery atronal Bakery Dorothy s Beauty Shoppe Banely s Studro D C Smrth Dr E D B1erer Krttannmg Parnt 81 Glass tore Casclno s Market Parrsh Men s Shop Cowan s Market McHenry Sr Pamter Inc Lenz1 s Dry Cleanrng Bucko s Market Folcrk s Servlce Stat1on Armstron County Bldg and Loan Space s ru1t Market Ford C1ty F mance Company La Moda Shop Brody s Rev E C lrwm A W Senopole Petroleum Sales Co of Ford C1ty Rev Fred H Daubenspeck Brown s Boot Shop of Klttannmg Father Francrs S L1Z1k Reed Sales Sz Servlce Kerr Lumber Company Zrgmond Creply The Arcade Dr Paul Watson Dr W T Allrson Ford C1ty Electnc julrus Stemer Agency Ass n Dr F O Robertson Cadogan Store Co Ruffaner s Market Valek s Meat Market Mr 81 Mrs Charles Nathanrel Dem1try s Sports Wear Father Matthew Yanosek D L Duff Insurance A ency McNutt Agency Inc E Wolfe Jud es Used Car Lot G Murphy Co of Ford C1ty Dr Hugh I St1tt Geor e W Goddard Tr1 ounty Tygewrrter Co l'l1Ck s Barber hop of McGrann A A A of Klttannlng Rev 81 Mrs Gordon Stone Adams Jewelers HUtCh1SOD s Jewelry Store Krttannmg Sandwlch Shop McAfoose Taxr Hollo Bar Dr H D Shaffer Ford C1ty Bowlrng Alley Lefkosky s Men s 81 Boys Cloth1ng Store Walleck s Radxo Servrce Dr H I Thompson Dr John Bono Ellrot Pontrac Dr Leo S Clug Optometrrst H E Brosrus Company Apple s Clothmg Store Maxme s Andy Peltz Gulf SCFVICC Stat1on Dunmrre Motor Company Gruskm s Obade Candy Company Hazel s Beauty Salon Youn s Barber Shop M Mrs E G Mlller Meadow Gold Da1r1es Inc Frrestone Store of Krttarmmg Krttanmn T1re 81 Recappmg Co jack Sr B l s Merr1ll Slagle s Clover Farm Store Paul s Auto Parts Dr Ted Rupert Webster s jewelry Store Bowser s jewelry Store Robert H Yockey M D Peerless Laundry Bruner s Servrce Stat1on Foulrs Dry Cleanrng Dr 1 Sellers Robert E Glbson 'I' - . I . 7 I ' I ' 1 . . . ,, . B-5 - V . . ' . .' , . . . . . --I '!.l . L' I I ! ' . , . . , . r...' . ' S . . , ' I ' ..' U I 'I .' . I . 1 'Y ., . . I V .Pe - - . ,. I - - . ., y pf' 1 , . . . an D I ' 1 . ' ' 70. , . . EDDIE KANIA 1 GROCERY , r-.,, V., . , K., M, W , H QL 434, The high school crowd likes to loaf ct KANlA'S where they con get condy, pop, and Meadow Gold Ice Cream. KANIA'S is conveniently located on eleventh street necr the school. OUR THANKS EEFORE this book is closed, the Trireme Staff acknowledges the help of all who aided to make the 1954 Trireme a success . We offer our thanks to our advisors Miss Mitchell and Miss DeHoutg to Mr. Leister for his patience and untiring efforts in making the spe- cial-sized picturesg to the Keller Lithography Company for its fine co-operationg to our advertisers, who helped in the big job of fi- nancing this bookg and especially to you, our patrons. We sincerely hope you have enjoyed our book. QCIHE hghlitght of the accomplishments of the Busi- ness taf has been the staging of the "Variety Show" on February 10. All acts were given with ex- cellent finesse. Choosing winners of the acts was made by students who purchased the '54 Trireme. Their first choice was the Hungary Five. The other winners, in order, were the followin : Joe Novak, Gail Rosenberger, Trireme Tap Trio and ohn Ollinger. The acts consisted of students from the 7th to 12th grades inclusive. The Business Staff appreciates the aid and sincere co-operation iven them by the following: Miss Lina Del-lout, our iusiness advisor, joe Var o, master of ceremoniesg Georgiann Earley and Deqores Miller, managers for the show and all those who assisted in this mighty, endeavor . Joe Vargo Master of Ceremonies . lj' ' ix.: ,fn . .i,,,,f f fr Julia Nycz and Phyllis Liberto, the Ma- jorettes, did a twirling baton act. Hungary Five who did a German Band in . if1,'?'-l- ' Q ,V jf, ' imitation. '- " . L' L' Trireme Tap Trio who tapped to T , Ifzf "Smile, smiie, smile." Lf- u I I 1 X . , 1 Q " A I Q ., , 4 T' , ' f 5 . 5 S H r-ifhlgig -we -is :"7'iff3fWf5-. lewd g'2.Q4.2.if.z?4 Gail Rosenberger who Bill Elwood who sang "One played "Bumble Boogie. " Alone." GIRL'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES 1. Steady, Marilyn. 4. Catch! 7. Kick it! 2. Six up, one down. 5. Instructions? 8. Who's next? 3. Softball champs. 6. Practice makes perfect! 9, Precision plus! This book printed by Velvatone, a special process of lithographic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No ' other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. .11 F will ,4 L -4 -rw 'Ar .1-L 2 S. 2 's -af, :grx f k WZ I J-4 IJX' f Q x, A 'Q17 X nf-'Z W 1,-X14 L 4 ,Jo mp ff W L7 Q2 WE 53 MXN? qi VQ,,Qjjii. wig pfa if M 4: -?.. Y . wy ' 7 S ,4-'Vi ' if 1 1 L .3 f' . 1 ' , ' xjS,'b Lf. 4 A N 3, 1, ,fy Z M ,,,.-. 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