Ford City High School - Trireme Yearbook (Ford City, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Good music is remembered forever. So, as
the yeors go by, we would like the memories
held in this book to live forever in the hearts
and minds of the students who have helped
lo make them.
HUBERT B. RU PERT
The man who put Ford City on the map . . . An appropriate title for a faculty
member who has been a loyal advisor as well as an excellent teacher dur-
ing his long career at F. C. H. S. He is the chief man behind our basketball
fame and has made the little town of Ford City outstanding throughout
Pennsylvania. And so with great pride and pleasure, we the graduating
class of l956, wish to dedicate our yearbook to you, Mr. Rupert, hoping
as we do so, that it will serve as a lasting memory ofa class that will always
The Ford City High School athletic field and field house were formally dedi-
cated during ceremonies on the field preceding the Ford City- Plum Town-
ship game, September 16, l955. P. N. Marsh, Superintendent of schools,
served as master of ceremonies. A view of the crowd attending the game
appears at the top of this page. The Ford City coach, Walter Charley, and
the co-captains Bob Wolverton and Pete McGuire are shown on the bottom-
center photo. Dr. A. R. Pechan, president of the school board, lbottom,
left, delivered the dedication address. He lauded Mr. Marsh as "the per-
son most responsible" for the completion of the field and field house. Pat
McGuire, representative of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., said that the
field was "a credit to our entire community." lbottom, righti
Andrew F. Shcul, President
Sealed-Paul Opalka, Ray Cowan, Albert Klingensmith, Floyd DeLong,
Margaret Mongavin-Secretary, Andrew Shaul, John Mclniosh. Standing-
William Emmonds, E. A. Lonberger, D. L. Duff, Ted Rupert, William Allison,
Calvin Bowser, Charles Boarfs, Ross McGregor. Absent-Albert Pechan,
Margaret Mongavin, Secretary
Paul N. Marsh, Superintendent of Schools
To The Class of l956 . . .
Your entrance into the High School some years ago marked
a significant milestone in your personal achievement. Again,
you have met obstacles, accepted opportunities, and gained
accomplishment. Now you have come to another signpost
marking the way of life.
What you have done as individuals and as groups in
classrooms, on the stage, gymnasium and athletic field has
become a part of the history of Ford City High School.
Now, we hope, too, that you have caught here inspiration
that will give you courage to face difficulties, mental power
that will direct your energies to helpful purposes, and faith
in the essential rightness of mankind.
Raymond E. Miller
The Class of 1956 is being graduated dur-
ing a period of probably the greatest pros-
perity our nation has known. Your place in
the future will be determined, to a great
extent, by your ambition and training. lt is
our wish that each of you continue your
training so as to qualify to play your part
in the most acceptable manner.
l extend to each member of the Class of
l956, of the Ford City High School, my
congratulations and best wishes.
Paul N. Marsh
Raymond E. Miller, High School Principal
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University of Colorado
Paul J. Caruso
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John F. Connors
University of Pittsburgh
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University of Pittsburgh
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Charles E. Gregory
University of Pittsburgh
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Custodians--First Row-Mr. Frick, Mr. Renaldo, Mrs. Helgren, Mrs.
Kovach. Second Row-Mr. Umbaugh, Mr. Cogley. Third Row-Mr.
McEIhaney, Mr. Easley, Mr. Frick.
First Semester Student Teachers-Seated-Mr. Magee, Miss Emphfield. Seated-Sergeant Ronald Brown. Standing-Alan Harriger, Larry Smith,
Standing-Mr. Duvanich, Mr. Chunko. 16 Craig Rosenberger, Jim Rovnyak.
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Senior Class Officers-Seated-Patricia Eck, Secre-
tary Nancy Goodyear Treasurer Standing Joseph
Stewart Vsce Presndenf Vuclor Znmmerman Presxdenl
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colm, Mr. Sowers.
Homeroom Chairmen-Sara Peprich, Joan Landon,
Gail Schrecengost, Carole Schaffer.
RONALD BECK "RON" Plans to make his accordion a career . . . Pals
with Carl and Joe . . Spends all spare time working at the Custom Shop
. . . Favorite subiect--wood shop . . . Neat dresser . . . Wants everyone to
think he is bashful . . . Nice to know.
DANNY BERDELL "BIRD" A true sportsman who is forever going
hunting . . . Ambition is to be a swabbie in our great Navy . . . Says his
favorite pastime is driving . . . Usually seen with Brandy, Shagg, Sam or
Bernie . . . One of the crew . . . A real friend to have.
ADAM J. BOGUSLAWSKI "ADAM" Says his ambition is to work in
the electrical Held . . . Took an academic course . . . Favorite subiect-
study hall!! Spends his spare time at home in front of the television set . . .
Friends with everyone . . . A good pal to have.
ALFRED BOOTH "AL" Devoted to one love-driving his dad's car . . .
Spends his spare time collecting maps and coins . . . Favorite subject is
history. Can usually be found in Kittanning . . . One of the crew . . . A nice
guy. Quiet, until you get him started.
JOYCEMARY BAARS "JOYCE" Lucky girl who comes to school in her
own car . . . Very good as "Elizabeth" in the Senior play . . . High-stepping
maiorette for four years . . . Confides her problems to Kaye . . . Active in
intramurals . . . Cute . . . National Honor Society 3-4.
JANET LEE BARGERSTOCK "JAN" Ambition is to be an airline host-
ess . . . Says her hobby is walking . . . Can usually be found with Peggy,
Joan, and Judy. A real friend to have . . . "You Guys!" . . . Active in the
Tri-Hi-Y . . . Spends her spare time swimming . . . Pleasant. '
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BARBARA BERNOT "B.J." Enioys bookkeeping-we wonder why???
Pet phrase-"Oh, I don't believe it!" . . . Claims her ambition is to get a
good job . . . Proud of her driver's license . . . Loafs at Lill's . . . Nice to know
. . . Considers Sixth Avenue tops . . . Friendly.
MARGARET aevmcrou "PEGGY" Rightfully enema the girl with
the "prettiest smiIe" . . . Came to us from Kittanning in her Junior year . . .
Aspires to be a secretary-will make a good one . . . A very quiet, but
cute gal . . . Favorite saying-"Oh Boy!" . . Always with Jan, Joan and
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RICHARD BOWSER DICK Intends to be a member of our Navy
Known by Boy you re ugly! Loves swimming and baseball Hobby
as hunting Spends his spare time at the Cadogan Pool Room Loads of
fun . . . Took the commercial course . . . A real ioker.
JOHN BRANDEBURG "BRANDON Would like to wear the Navy blue
. . . Hobby-fishing . . . Pet expression "That's nice." . . . Likes girls as well
as sports. Pals with Bird, Jan, Hetcha, Chich and Hoey . . . Has a keen
sense of humor. Mischievous eyes, that sparkle when he laughs.
JOHN E. BRYAN "SHANE" John is a veteran with eighteen months
in the Navy. Come back last year . . . Ambition is to complete high school
. . . Can constantly be found at BiIlie's house . . . Works part-time at they
Elier Co .... Always ready for a good laugh.
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JOYCE BUHITE "JOYCE" Likes square dancing at Shay . . . Plans to
attend beautician school in New Kensington after graduation . . . Dark-
haired lassie with a cute smile . . . Seen with Marilyn and Helen . . . Says
her favorite subject is bookkeeping.
ELEANOR KAYE BOWSER "CALAM" Her goal is to become an air-
line hostess . . . Patty, Peg and she are inseparable . . . Claims her pastime
is iust looting. Loads of fun and always talking . . . We'lI remember her
saying "How about that!" . . . Cute with a friendly smile.
GAYLARD BOWSER "BUD" His heart's desire is to be a painless
dentist!! A favorite hobby is playing the trumpet . . . Thinks chemistry and
physics are tops . . . Enioys playing iazz with Ron . . . Can be seen with
Mike, AI, and Mort . . . Pleasant and agreeable person.
JOAN BROWN "JO" Real sweet girl from homeroom 302 . . . Well-
cast as "Mary" in the Senior play . . . Wants to be a nurse. OH! those
lucky patients!!! Pals with Judy, Janet and Peg . . . Likes English?? Pet
expression-"It's pathetic." . . . Enioys tickling the ivories.
NANCY LOUISE BRUNER "NANCY" Scoops ice-cream at Wray's
. . . Ambition-to make money without working . . . Transferred from Apollo
in her sophomore year. Their loss-our gain . . . Drives?? therefore has
great need for a crash helmet!! Always with Donna, Gloria, Hop and
Sally . . . Cute.
RONALD BURDETTE "BUTCH" Ambition is to see the Pirates in a
World Series . . . Plans to attend college . . . Favorite subiect-physics . . .
Says his hobby is sleeping . . . Outstanding in studies and athletics . . . The
"big center" of attraction . . . A swell friend to have.
RICHARD A. BYRON "DICK" A nice looking chap . . . Walks the
McGrann road to school in all kinds of weather . . . Hopes to be o great
teacher . . . Loahng place is Joan's house . . . One of the McGrann men . . .
Best of friends with Flicker, Bill and Jerry.
CLYDE E. CLEVER "TEPEE" Best of friends with everyone . . . Says
his ambition is to ioin the Navy . . . Took an academic course . . . His main
activity is keeping out of trouble . . . "No fooIin." . . . Spends spare time
hunting and fishing . . . Nice to know.
JOYCE CLEVER "JOYCE" Wants to marry a young multi-millionaire
. . . One of our few girls who goes hunting . . . Spends her spare time
talking to Kathy. Plans to attend l. S. T. C .... Always full of fun . . . We'll
remember her saying "Now isn't that the truth!" . . .
KAYE CAWLEY "KAYE" Attractive gal with big, blue eyes . . . Enioys
cruising around in Roy's convertible . . . Efficient business manager of the
Trireme. Comes all the way in to school from the Indiana Pike . . . Wants
to be a housewife . . . National Honor Society 3-4.
DOLORES CHORVAT "DOLLY" One of the hilltop girls . . . Ambition
-to travel. Favorite subject is study halls!! . . . Always with Rosemarie,
Babe and Sally . . . Spends her spare time in the Hill Drug Store . . . Pet
phrase-"Holy Man!" . . . Took a general course.
KATHLEEN COLONNA "KATHY" Likes to talk, especially in shorthand
class . . . Enioys traveling . . . Transferred from Divine Providence Academy
in her Sophomore year . . . Sharp dresser . . . Has mischievous brown eyes
and a smile for everyone . . . Plans to be an elite dress buyer.
CARL A. COOK "COOKIE" A boy with a keen interest in all things
scientific. Plans to be an electrical engineer . . . A good math student . . .
Claims his hobby is girls!! . . . We believe it . . . Pet expression is "Ain't
that a blast!" . . . Quiet, till you get him started.
MORTON COOPER "MORT" Ambition is to be a pharmacist . . .
Academic course. Can usually be found behind the counter at his dad's
store . . . Often seen with Bud, Tom or Mike . . . Hobby-collecting stamps.
Pretends to be quiet. Well-liked by everyone.
CAROLYN COULTER "CARRIE" Snappy head maiorette. Takes all
her heart troubles to .loan . . . Voted our "best dancer." Spends the summer
swimming out at Crooked Creek. Pert and petite with a smile for all . . .
Ambition-to be a private secretary . . . Attractive . . . Always "Holla"
CAROL DANHOF "CAROL" Aspires to be a teacher . . . Took the
college prep course . . . Active in the vocal department . . The only girl
with nineteen boys in physics class . . . Nice when you get to know her . . .
Always with Mary Ellen and Barb.
ODESSA DILLARD "DESSl" One of the "lower end" gang . . . Always
laughing. Loads of fun, especially in gym class. Spends her spare time
baby-sitting. Says her favorite subiect is home economics . . . "ls it clear,
do you hear?" Aspires to be a practical nurse.
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JAMES W. COUSINS "CUZY" One of our Cadoganites . . . Ambition
is to see the world . . . We'll remember him saying "Let's bug!" Spends his
spare time at the Swing Shift Shanty . . . Favorite subject is Phys. Ed.
Pastimes are hunting and women. Pals with Sprigy. Easy to get along
with . . .
JANET COWAN "CORK" Active in intramurals . . . Took the general
course . . . Spends her time working in her dad's store . . . Pleasant . . .
Plans to attend Slippery Rock College . . . Many a time can be seen with
Joyce and Sue . . . Comes to school from Ford Cliff.
CONSTANCE DINUS "CONNlE" Says her favorite subiect is study
hall!! Tall girl with a ready smile . . . Ambition is to buy a car of her own.
Her two favorite pastimes are swimming and listening to the radio . . .
Chums with Eileen, Millie and Jeannie.
JACK DOWLING "JOCK" One of the more quiet members of our
cIass??? Thinks girls are rather nice . . . Hopes to attend college . . . We'lI
remember him saying "Real cool." . . . Loves everything connected with
mechanics . . . Has a host of friends. -
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JOSEPH DUNMIRE "JOE" Another who yearns to get rich-quick . . .
Enioys his study halls! Has the ability to loaf anywhere--and-at any
time . . . Hobby-hunting. Sharp dresser . . . Always in a good humor . . .
Gives impromptu speeches in English. One of the gang.
THOMAS C. EAKINS "TOM" Will study engineering at Bucknell . . .
Likes Typing . . . Hobby-working with cars. ls proud of his marksmanship!
Quiet, till you get to know him. A boy who gets things done. Student man-
ager of our basketball team . . . Sharp-looking.
SANDRA EMMONDS "SANDY" Plans to attend Robert Morris Busi-
ness School. A quiet but friendly girl . . . Spends her time with Ruth and
Marion. "You don't know do you?" . . . Took a commercial course . . .
Favorite subiect is bookkeeping. Comes all the way from Dobie.
WILLIAM EMMONDS "BILL" Ambition-to get straight "A's" in book-
keeping. Played inthe backfield on the Varsity football team. "How about
that!" is his saying. Wants to ioin the Navy after graduation. Likes to hunt.
Has a keen sense of humor . . . Everybody's friend.
ROBERT DRAGAN "BOB" One of our good lookers . . . Never
worries . . . Ambition is to get out of school. Looking forward to ioining the
Air Force. "How about that!" . . . Likes to go hunting-Can usually be seen
Ioaflng at Wray's with Sam and Dean . . . Personality plus.
ELEANOR DUNMIRE "ELLI" Takes all her troubles to Valiean . . .
Spends her spare time writing letters to Ray . . . Favorite expression "l'm
Sorry!" . . . Nice to know . . . Looks forward for the week-ends to come . . .
Aspires to visit Europe . . . Her hobby is sleeping.
PATRICIA ECK "PATTY" Dynamic head cheerleader . . . Rightfully
chosen our most popular gal . . . Seen with Peg and Eleanor. Wants to
become a private secretary . . . Personality shines in her eyes . . . Forever
eating . . . Favorite pastime is dancing . . . Pet phrase-"Crazyl!"
CHESTER ELWOOD "CHED" Hails from Cadogan Road . . . Active in
the vocal department . . . Says his hobby and pastime is "Doing what
comes naturaIly." Favorite sport-basketball. Member of the Boys' Octet
and Quartet . . . Pals with Ron, .Ioe and Bob. A good kid to know.
JOHN EUCHLER "JOHN" Comes from Manorville . . . Took the general
course. Another of our sportsmen who likes hunting . . . Favorite subiect is
woodwork . . . Pet expression, "l believe yo." Ambition is to ioin the Navy
and see the world. Quiet, but friendly.
JEROME FELDMAN "JERRY" Ambition is to get through college . . .
College prep course . . . Likes to water ski-good at it too. Loafing places
are the highways of the Tri-state area . . . Has a nice personality and a
good sense of humor. One of the crew.
RONALD FUSKA "RON" A sharp fellow who rightfully was voted
"our best dressed." Oh, that curly hair! Hopes to join the Navy . . . Typing
is his favorite subiect . . . Two favorite pastimes are eating and sleeping . . .
"Just one more time." The best to be found . . .
MICHAEL GALLO "PEEWEE" Will he ioin the Army?? Can usually be
seen with Bud and Al-loafing at Wray's . . . Thinks solid and trig are tops
. . . A real friendly chop who is loads of fun . . . One of our unattached
males . . . Dislikes girls ? ? ?
JOSEPH ERKENS "JOE" Has a friendly smile for everyone . . . Would
like to wear the Navy blue . . . Hobbies are hiking, hunting, and swimming
. . . Always heard saying, "Let's go." A three-year member of the American
Legion Rifle Club . . .
MARILYN ERKENS "MARILYN" Our yearbook's efficient editor . . .
Nice to know. Plans to take the Art Education course at I. S. T. C. Millie,
Jeanne, Connie and she are confidantes . . . The gal "most likely to succeed"
. . . Peaches and cream complexion . . .
JEAN FICHTHORN "PUTZ" A merry gal whom we've selected our
"most humorous." Wants to become an airline hostess . . . "Oh, believe me!"
. . . Seen with Janet . . . We wonder why her favorite subiect is art ? 3 3
Loafs at the Hollo Bar and the Cadet. . .
SAM FORD "TANGE" Short, cute and fun . . . Ambition-iust to grad-
uate. Loves cruising around in his car . . . Hobby is basketball. His usual
saying is "How about that!" Makes frequent trips to Seventh Avenue-
could it be Rosalie? ? 3 A regular fellow who gets along with everyone.
NANCY GOODYEAR "NANCY" Plans to become a secretary. One
of our quiet girls till you get her started. Our class treasurer for two years
. . . Active in G. A. A. Has a nice smile . . . Favorite subiect is typing . . .
Comes from Cadogan.
KENNETH MICHEAL GOWETSKI "MOOSE" An all around fellcw
whom everyone likes. Wants to marry a rich widow who owns a Cadillac ? ?
Doesn't like girls!! lMUCHl Enioys his study halls . . . Favorite expression-
"Mother" . . . Favorite sport-football . . . Well-liked by all.
DONALD HANSOTTE "DON" Hails from Manor Twp .... Interested
in photography. Plays Tuba in the Hungry Five . . . College bound . . . His
favorite sport-basketball . . . Enioys physics . . . a true friend to everyone.
Tall lad with a friendly smile . . .
ROSE MARIE HAPONSKY "ROSlE" Terrorizes pedestrians in Ford
City by her driving . . . Quiet and nice to know . . . Has a desire to own
an orchid Cadillac . . . Took the general course. Can be heard saying
"Definitely" . . . Best of friends with Dolly . . . Likes music and drawing.
GLORIA GREENE "GLOR" Very active in the vocal department . . .
Enioys playing the piano. Light-haired lassie with a pretty smile for all . . .
Spends her spare time at Wray's with Carol. Likes eating, driving, and
swimming. "I mean I really don't" . . .
EDWARD GREGORY "ED" Says his ambition is to be another Daniel
Boone ? ? ? Pals around with Harry . . . Active in all sports . . . Good-looking
. . . Favorite school subiect-trig .... "You don't say?" . . . Came to us this
year from Mars . . . Their loss-our gain . . . Friendly personality.
ALLEN HARRIGER "AL" Pretends to be shy . . . Comes from Manor-
ville . . . a future store manager . . . Al's favorite class is senior science . . .
Usually seen with John . . . Pet expression-"Holy cow." Thinks girls are
tops . . . has many winning ways . . . Enjoys eating all the time.
ESTHER M. HEASLEY "ESTHER" Will make some boss a good sec-
retary . . . Quiet but energetic. Favorite subiect-typing. Seen with Harriet
and Joyce. Spends her spare time crocheting . . . Took the commercial
course. Likes to play badminton . . . Attractive.
DORIS JEAN HEFFELFINGER "DORIS" Aspires to be a model . . .
We've chosen her our "best dressed." "Well, I do declare!" Enioys skating
at Cicero's in Kittanning. Has a weakness for a two-tone black and white
car. Always with Janet. Attractive . . . Likes to sew.
JEANNIE HEILMAN "GENIUS" Jim is her pastime . . . Always pops
up with "How about that?" Pals with Marilyn, Millie, Connie and Eileen . . .
A friend worth having . . . Says her favorite subiect is study hall!! Took the
academic course. Cute.
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SVEA HENRY "SVEA" An attractive blonde from the hill-top . . . "Oh,
poor thing." Irma, Rose and she are a threesome . . . Spends her spare
time writing letters to Penn State. We wonder why??? Undecided about
the future . . . Has a sweet personality.
BARBARA LEE HEPLER "BARB" Enioys popular music . . . Says her
ambition is to travel around the world . . . Seen with Anne and Olga . . .
Nice to know. Two favorite pastimes are swimming and playing baseball
. . . We'II remember her saying "Come on now." . . . Commercial course.
WILLIAM HEILMAN "BILL" Will study aeronautical engineering at
Gainesville . . . Took the academic course . . . Always has a friendly word
. . . Iinown by "That's what you get!" Football and hunting rate high with
himxj. . Axxreal good lpbker that's well liked.
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NANCY EAN HENDERSON "NANCY" Marilyn, Shirley, Sandy and
s e fr'equentNKittqnningr . . Enioys tickling the ivories . . . "I thought I'd
ie!"i'An all aroudd girl whom everyone likes . . . Aspires to be a secretary
. .,!'Faivorite slubiiect--English . . . Cute.
IRMA HERBST "lRMA" Friendly and talkative . . . High-stepping ma-
iorette for four years . . . Took a commercial course . . . Drives a certain
orange and white convertible . . . One of those cute Ridge Avenue gals . . .
Says "Really, now really." Familiar face in the May Court.
ADA MARIE HILEMAN "ADA" Says her ambition is a short engage-
ment and long marriage with Bob . . . Took the commercial course . . .
Pleasant with a smile for all. . . Enjoys gym and home economics . . . Active
in intramurals. Always with Svea or Mary Louise.
JAMES HOPPER "JIM" The college preparatory course will come in
handy at Juniata . . . Ambition-to own a Ford Thunderbird . . . Usually
seen with Jerry, Shagg and Bird . . . Has an infectious personality . . . One
of the crew . . . Head drummer in the band.
RICHARD HUDEK "CHlCH" A popular boy-good looking tool! Says
his ambition is to be a rich bachelor, but we know better. Never seen with-
out Smoke, Andy, Bernie and Dean . . . Enioys study halls and girls . . . One
of our best basketball players . . . Well-liked . . .
MERLE HUTCHISON "HUTCH" Hutch wants to marry a rich widow . . .
Took the general course . . . He and his portable radio are inseparable . . .
Seen at Wray's with Snitz, Butch and Bimbo . . . Spends his spare time
playing pool. A real cut-up . . . Livens up dull classes . . .
JUDITH ANN INGRAM "JUDY" One of the shortest girls in the Senior
class . . . Always seen in Kittanning with Sandy . . . Best of friends with Joan,
Peggy and Janet . . . Undecided about the future . . . Favorite subiect is
bookkeeping. "Don't you dare!" Nice to know.
ALICE RUTH HILEMAN "RUTH" A future "Florence Nightingale."
Plans to enter training at Tarentum . . . Says her favorite subiect is Algebra
ll . . . Spare time is spent collecting salt and pepper shakers . . . "Holy
Rip" . . . Friendly to all.
DONALD HOLLAND "DON" One of the shorter set . . . Comes to us
from Pattonville. Likes working in his father's store . . . Interested in hydro-
planes . . . A fair minded sportsman . . "No kiddin." Took a general course
. . . Quiet, until you get him started!!
ANDREW HUSAR "ANDY" A real handsome fella that was rightfully
chosen our "most attractive" . . . Will do wonders for the Navy blue . . .
Favorite subiect is study hall . . . Says his pastime is "Doing what comes
naturally." The strong silent type who is liked by everyone.
MILDRED HUSTON "MlLLlE" Works hard at anything she does . . .
Aspires to enter nurses' training at Presbyterian Hospital . . . Nice-looking
gal who always wears a smile . . . Active in the vocal department' . . . Says
her favorite subiect is Spanish??? Likes to read.
LAWERNCE JOSEPH KAMAS "KHAKI" Plans to attend accounting
school in Pittsburgh. Took an academic course . . . Says his hobby is iust
loalingl Best of friends with Rich and Bill . . . Favorite pastimes are swim-
ming, fishing, and hunting . . . "Why?" . . . A good pal to have.
HELEN K. KANE "HELEN" The blonde with the terrific smile . . .
Well-cast as "Juney Lou" in the Junior Play . . . Likes driving and dancing
. . . Aspires to be a secretary . . Played on the Girls' Champion Basketball
Team . . . Active in intramurals . . . Nice to know.
GORDON KING "SPRlNGY" Travels to school from Skinall . . . Hopes
to see the world through travel . . . Always seen with Jim . . . Another
sportsman who loves hunting and fishing . . . Hobby-women!! , . . "Let's
bug out of here." . . . An all-around good fellow.
LUCINDA KLINE "LUCY" Ambition-to travel . . . Spends her spare
time going to basketball games and watching T.V. Once her friend-
always her friend . . . Pals around with Ruth and Daisy . . . Took a commer-
cial course. Hobby is collecting post-cards.
RUTH ISEMAN "RUTH" Confides in Sandy . . . Neat blonde who will
make some lucky man a good secretary . . . Says her pastime is swimming
. . . Always on the go--never seen laafing . . . Took the commercial course
. . Active on the Trireme staff . . . Friendly.
FLOY CARLTON JONES "JONSEY" Quiet, until you get to know him
. . . A true sportsman who spends his spare time fishing and hunting . . .
Favorite school subiect is trig . . . Says his ambition is to become a good
engineer . . . "So what." . . . Friendly and well-liked.
WILLIAM A. KENDRA "BILL" A real good looker who's a sharp
dresser . . . Did a great iob in both the Junior and Senior plays . . . Will
study engineering at Penn State . . . Loafs at Wray's with Joe and Carl. . .
Member of the American Legion Jr. Ritie Club . . .
CAROLYN KING "CAROLYN" Trim, little blonde with a sparkling
smile . . . Takes all her problems to Sally . . . Plans to attend I. 5. T. C. . . .
Always busy with the chorus . . . Says she detests math . . . Proud of that
driver's license . . . Favorite subiect-Spanish.
DOROTHY ANN KLINGENSMITH "DOT" Friendly gal who spends
a lot of time in Kittanning . . . Usually seen with Lois . . . We'll remember her
saying "Holy Crow" . . . An all around nice person . . . Active in all sports
. . . Says her hobby is iust Ioafing . . .
LOIS KLINGENSMITH "LOIS" Ambition-to get married . . . Favorite
pastime is bowling . . . Pleasant and nice to know . . . Active in the Tri-Hi-Y
. . . Always saying "Yea!!!" . . . Many a time can be seen with Dorothy . . .
Took a commercial course . . . Likes math.
ROBERT JOSEPH KNELL "BOB" Will look good in a Marine uniform
. . . Outstanding in the Junior and Senior class plays . . . A whiz in mechanical
drawing . . . Seen with the Brick Church gang . . . Rumor has it that this
boy likes girls!!! . . . Always in a good humor.
PAUL KOVACIK "PAUL" Headed for Carnegie Tech . . . Enioys work-
ing on his model railroad . . . Wonderful in the Junior Class play . . . College
prep course . . . Favorite subjects-physics and mechanical drawing . . .
"Hey! cut that out!!" is his personally designed phrase . . . well-liked.
VALJEAN KLINGENSMITH "JEANlE" Spends her spare time crochet-
ing and watching T.V .... Ambition-to get that diploma . . . Never seen
without Eleanor . . . Heard saying "Oh!" . . . One of our shy gals . . . Likes
her home economics class . . . Works ot Byer's.
WAYNE KLINGENSMITH "KLINKER" Small but dynamic . . . One of
the hilltoppers. He'll make a fine auto mechanic . . . College prep course
. . . Likes his typing class best . . . Always answering with "Really Now?"
. . . A great guy to know . . . Drives a red Studebaker convertible.
ELIZABETH KUNKLE "BETTY" Aspires to be a fashion illustrator . . .
Spends her spare time writing letters to Apollo--we wonder why? . . . Has
an unusual saying-"Large Charge!" . . . Quiet, until you get her started
. . . Pals with Mary Ellen . . . "Four" in Junior Class play . . . Nice.
JOAN M. LANDON "JOAN" Rightfully elected our most attractive
gal . . . Sharp-looking cheerleader . . . Takes all her heart troubles to
Carrie . . . Plans to take X-ray Technician training at St. Francis . . . Loafs
at the Hollo . . . Petite, sweet and neat.
MATTHEW LAZAROFF "MATT" Plans to study physical education in
college . . . Spends his spare time watching T.V. Would like to be a con-
firmed bachelor, but we know better . . . Academic course . . . "sucker" . . .
One of Hube's boys. Smooth on the dance floor . . . Good-looking.
JOSEPH LETTRICH "JOE" Hails from Kelly Station . . . Will make a
flne chef! . . . Active member of the chorus for four years . . . His pet ex-
pression-"Boy!!" . . . Art is Joe's favorite class . . . Can be seen with Gay
Ron and Floyd . . . Seldom seen without a smile.
TOM LONBERGER "SAXY" Will study Ceramic engineering at Penn
State . . . Just loves fishing and hunting . . . Active member of band and
orchestra for four years . . . Chemistry intrigues this lad . . . Best of pals
with Tom, Ray and Red . . . A good Joe to have around.
MARY ELLEN MARASCO "MARY ELLEN" Plans to be an airline
hostess . . . Quiet, but a good friend to have . . . Spare time is spent writing
letters . . . We'll remember her saying "Holy Toledo!" Favorite subiect-
bookkeeping . . . Best of friends with Carol and Betty Jean.
FRANK LIPEROTE "FRANK" Ambition is to ioin the Navy . . . Rides
the bus from Cadogan . . . Commercial course . . . Finds woodwork class
interesting . . . Another hunting enthusiast . . . Always saying "You'd better
believe it." One of the best to be found.
RICHARD LEE LIVENGOOD "SMlLES" A tall lad who is very nice to
know . . . Active in sports . . . Favorite pastime is chasing his favorite subiect
-girls!! Future student of Penn State. Enioys his trig classes-sometimes
. . . A guy with loads of friends. "Go man, Go." The senior boy with the
FLORENCE MARKBY "FLO" Active in the band . . . toots a clarinet
. . . Seen in Leechburg with Marge and Barb. Hopes to become a secretary
. . . Favorite saying, "Are you kidding?" . . . Her hobby is collecting records
. . . Says she is shy, but we don't believe it.
FRANK MAZUREK "MO" Would like to be another Stan Musial. A
great sportsman. A real whiz in bookkeeping class . . . eating and sleeping
are his hobbies . . . "Mo" is quite often seen down town with Andy and
Hoey . . . A very popular lad.
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FRED McGUIRE "FRED" Will become a farmer after graduation . . .
Thinks hunting is iust swell . . . Hails from Manor Twp .... Commercial course
. . . Best of friends with Frank, Larry and Galin . . . Says that he enjoys
wood shop . . . Nice to know.
PETE McGUlRE "PETE" Aim in life is to marry into money??? . . .
"Ain't that a blast." . . . Active in sports . . . Favorite subiect-wood shop
. . . Carried the academic course . . . Often seen with Bird, Shagg and
Moose . . . A friendly guy with a smile to match.
MARION GAIL MILLER "MARION" Will enter nurses' training at
Allegheny Valley after graduation . . . Took the academic course . . . "You
know it!" . . . Chums with Sandy and Ruth . . . Says her two pastimes are
cooking and reading. Lots of fun . . . Comes all the way from Doby.
MARY LOUISE MONROE "WElZY" Peppy cheerleader who is for-
ever talking . . . Active at the Youth Center . . . Tells her problems to Sara
. . . Aspires to enter nurses' training at Mercy Hospital . . . Has a friendly
smile . . . Assistant Editor of the Glass-Ip.
MARLENE MAZUREK "MAR" Cute blonde seen driving?? her dad's
car . . . Confides in Rosie and Kathy . . . Always at Wray's, loafing . . . Pet
phrase is "holy cow" . . . Took a commercial course . . . Thinking about
becoming a registered practical nurse . . . Friendly.
DONNA McELFRESH "DONNA" Ambition-to see the sights of the
world . . . Pretty girl whom we've selected our "most talented" . . . Enioys
sleeping and swimming. Plans to enter nurses' training after graduation
. . . Seen with Nancy, Gloria, Hop and Sally . . . National Honor Society 3-4.
EDWARD MELEASON "ED" Enioys cruising around in the Pontiac . . .
Voted our "most intellectual." . . . Favorite class is typing . . . A loyal member
of the band and orchestra for four years . . . Wants to be a iet pilot . . .
College bound . . . Friendly and nice to know.
NANCY MIKULA "NANCE" Aspires to edit a book . . . To whom does
she write all those letters??? . . . Does a good iob on the Glass-lp staff . . .
Continually heard saying "Great-t-t" . . . Best of friends with Tonchie, Rose
Marie and Marilyn . . . A good friend to have.
JEROME MORDA "CASMlR" Casmir is a lad who spent four years
with the Marines and returned to graduate . . . Wants to retire at thirty . . .
Enioys married life immensely . . . Best friends are Dick, Cimba and John
. . . Has a nice personality and a good sense of humor.
GALIN MORRISON "GAY" Says his ambition is to get an interesting
iob . . . Took a general course . . . Works part-time at the M8tM Service
Station . . . His buddies are Fred, Jerry, Floy and Sam . . . Favorite school
subject-wood shop . . . A good pal to have.
JOSEPH ONOFREY "HOEY" His three loves are sleeping, hunting and
swimming . . . A native of Fifth Avenue . . . Will wear the Navy blue after
graduation . . . Commercial course . . . His favorite subiect is typing . . .
Has a friendly smile for everyone . . . A handsome fella.
ANTOINETTE PACUCH "TONl" Usually seen at the bowling alley . . .
Always with Flo or Eileen . . . Watch those dark eyes sparkle when the Army
is mentioned. Always in a good humor . . . Says her ambition is to bowl a
perfect "300." Favorite subiect-bookkeeping??
EILEEN KATHRYN MOORE "NEEN" Tall girl with a friendly smile
. . . Ambition-to be a lady in white . . . Always bubbling over with fun . . .
Says her favorite subiect is study halls!! . . . Spends her spare time swimming
and listening to the radio . . . College prep course.
JAMES L. MOORE "RED" Red's ambition is to be a football pro . . .
Says his hobby is girls . . . Rides the bus from Garretts Run . . . Pet phrase-
"lf you say so." . . . Harry, Russ and John are his buddies . . . An amiable
and pleasant person . . . Active in sports.
HAROLD J. MYERS "HARRY" Headed for the University of Chicago
to study science. A real "brain" . . . In the band and orchestra for four
years . . . Drives that station wagon to school every day . . . Enioys driving
. . . "First come-first serve." . . . The best to be found.
JOSEPH T. NOVAK "JOE" Our "most talented" Senior . . . Aspires
to become a T.V. singing personality . . . Pals with Matt and Ron . . . Faithful
member of the chorus . . . Plans to attend college . . . A good-looking
fellow . . . Once his friend-always his friend.
ROBERT PARISI "PARlSl" Hails from Cadogan . . . Ambition is to
become a C.P.A .... Another hunting enthusiast . . . A future student of St.
Vincent's college . . . His favorite subiect is bookkeeping . . . Can usually
be found saying "Holy Cow." . . . Has winning ways.
EMIL JAMES PAUL "BUTCH" Will wear the Navy blue . . . Took the
academic course. A friendly guy . . . Says study hall is his favorite class
. . . Another sportsman who enioys hunting . . . Pals with Bimbo, Schuffy,
and Snitz . . . A sharp dresser . . . Swell friend to have.
ROSEMARY PEPPLER "ROSE" A shorthand protege whose main
hobby is talking . . . Hopes to put her commercial subiects to use after
graduation . . . Nice, when you get to know her . . . Enioys typing . . . On
the Noon Recreation Committee . . . Pals with Donna, Joanne, and Helen.
SARA PERPICH "SARA" Our "personality plus" miss . . . All troubles
are taken to her sob sister, Mary Louise . . . Aspires to own a blue M.G.
. . . Cute, pert, popular cheerleader . . . Two favorite pastimes are writing
letters and loafing . . . Took a commercial course.
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ALBERT PELLA "AL" Ambition is to ioin the Air Force . . . Hunting is
his hobby . . . Says his favorite subiect is plane . . . Can usually be seen
in Leechburg with Rich or Jonesy . . . One of our tall males . . . Really a
nice guy to know . . .
JOANNE PELTZ "JOSlE" Has a cute giggle with a blush to go with it!
Donna, Rosemary, Helen and she are inseparable . . . "You don't say!" . . .
Her hobby is talking in study hall . . . Always drinking cokes at the Phar-
macy at noontime . . . Has winning ways.
SANFORD PETERS "SAM" Took the general course . . . Loafs at the
Hollo Bar with Bob . . . Ambition is to ioin the Army . . . Thinks girls are kind
of nice . . . Favorite class is physics . . . Enioys driving. Quiet and nice
BETTY LOU RANSOM "BETTY LOU" Walks all the way to school
from the "Lower End." Can be heard saying "One More Time" . . . Peppy
maiorette for four years. Always going dancing at Dizzy's . . . Friendly
to all . . . Forever with Mary Alice . . . Plans to attend business college.
WILLIAM REARICK "BILL" Active in the orchestra . . . Says his pastime
is playing the violin . . . Took the general course . . . Comes all the way to
school from Burrell Twp. Favorite subiect is wood shop . . . Pretends to be
quiet--but we know better. Plans to be a farmer.
ROSE MARIE REMIS "ROSE" Spends her spare time writing letters
to a certain someone in the Navy . . . Not as quiet as she seems to be . . .
Attractive blonde . . . Says her favorite subiect is study hall! Ambition-to
live in Virginia . . . Hobby is playing records.
PATRICIA RITCHEY "PAT" A cute, neat cheerleader . . . Ambition-
to be an airline hostess. Pals with Joyce, Sara, and Margie . . . She wishes
she could be a Freshman again . . . Took a commercial course . . . Friendly
. . . "Gee's Oh Man!" . . . Loafs at Wray's . . .
WILLIAM JERRIS ROBINSON "JERRY" Interested in anything con-
nected with mechanics. Known by "Don't tell me!" . . . Plans to become a
mechanical engineer . . . Likes Baseball . . . Claims he doesn't like girls
lMuchl . . . Best of friends with Mike and Dick . . . Friendly and nice to know.
JOSEPH RICE "JOE" Ambition-to stay a bachelor?? Always at the
M8nM Service Station with Chuck, Ding, John or Jerry . . . Took a general
course . . . Enthusiastic about hunting and fishing. Has no special heart
interest . . . Really a nice guy to know.
LILLIAN MARIE RITCHEY "TOOTS" Pals with Kathy and Jo Ann.
Small, cute blonde . . . Her two favorite pastimes are dancing and writing
letters to Gus. Plans to become a housewife after graduation . . . Favorite
expression-"You're breaking my heart."
CRAIG ROSENBERGER "ROSY" His ambition is to pitch a perfect
game for the Pirates . . . Busy president of the Student Council and National
Honor Society. Claims he never has time to find a loafing place . . . Active
on the Glass-lp staff . . . a swell guy that gets things done.
JAMES ROVNYAK "ROGGER" A very likable fellow . . . College
prep course . . . Hopes to become an engineer . . . Science and music are
his hobbies. Trig rates highest among his school subiects . . . Answers all
questions with "You don't know, do you?" Once his friend, always his friend.
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RICHARD SAY "SAY" Ambition is to make loads of money-whose
isn't? . . . Pastime is going to Hot Rod races. Claims he has no favorite
subiect . . . "You're a good man McGee" . . . Seen a lot with Healthy, Tom
and Daniel. Always in a good humor . . .
CAROLE W. SCHAFFER "HOP" Spends her time driving and swim-
ming . . . Voted our most athletic girl. Ambition-to be a medical sec-
retary . . . Usually seen with Gloria, Gail, Judy and Sally . . . Played on the
champion girls' basketball team . . . Miss Bingley in the Senior Play.
MARGARET SCHMAUS "MARGlE" Ambition-iust to graduate . . .
Active in all sports . . . Chums with Joyce, Pat and Sara at Wray's . . .
Claims her hobby is iust looting. Likes to drive . . . Favorite expression-
"Thanks!" . . . Took a general course . . . Nice to know.
ROBERT SCHNITZLER "SNlTZ" Greets you with "Never fear, when
Snitz is here." Loafs at the Pool Room . . . Buddies with Butch, Bimbo and
Schuffy . . . Says his ambition is to be a millionaire . . . Quiet, until you get
him started . . . Commercial course . . .
RUSSELL RUGH "RUSS" Played four years on the gridiron for the
"Purple and Gold" . . . Best of friends with Jan, Flicker, Bill, Doc and Red
. . . A true sportsman who likes to hunt . . . desires to ioin the Navy . . . A
regular guy who gets along with everyone.
MARGARET RUSTON "PEGGY" Our head cheerleader who gives
all signals at the beginning of cheers . . . Active in Student Council . . . A
future private secretary . . . Can't seem to get caught up with her sleeping
. . . Always with Patty and Eleanor . . . Neat with a swell personality . . .
THOMAS SCHIFFGENS "TOM" How to make a million dollars is Tom's
only worry. College bound . . . academic course . . . Amateur photographer.
Science is his favorite school subiect . . . Enioys swimming . . . A great guy
who's loads of fun. On the Trireme staff.
ANTOINETTE SCHMAUS "TONl" Pals with Margie . . . Her favorite
pastime is skating and basketball . . . Loafs at Wray's . . . Ambition-
undecided. Pretends to be quiet but we don't believe it. Rates Home Ec
as her favorite subiect. Took the general course.
LAWRENCE SHEDWICK "SHAGG" One of our sportsmen who en-
ioys hunting . . . Hopes to become a wealthy man by finding uranium . . .
Favorite subiect is English?? Spends his spare time woodcarving . . . Best
of friends with Jim, Bird and Jerry . . . Jolly and full of fun . . . One of
JAMES SHOEMAKER "CRASH" One of our boys who is too busy to
loaf . . . Plans to enjoy the better things in life . . . Played JV and Varsity
football . . . Did a great iob as "Pa" in the Junior class play . . . Greets us
with "Hi ya kid." A swell guy who is loads of fun.
HELEN JEAN SMELTZER "HELEN" Can't wait to get that diploma . . .
Spends her spare time writing letters to a certain fellow in the Navy. Could
it be Bob?? Says her hobby is just talking . . . Once her friend, always
her friend . . . Confides in Joanne, Donna, and Rose.
LAWRENCE SMITH "SMlTTY" Hails from McGrann . . . Ambition is to
get out of school . . . Took the general course but his favorite class is study
hall . . . Seen quite often in Kittanning with Hutch, Snitz, Butch, and Bimbo
. . . lnterested in guns . . . A friendly fellow who is liked by all.
LOIS GAIL SCHRECENGOST "GAlL" Aspires to be a flight nurse
after graduation. Seen with Pats, Hop, Bess and Judy . . . Likes to tickle
the ivories . . . Terrific as "Ceelie" in the Junior Play . I. . Pastimes are
driving and dancing. Student Director for the Senior Play. Witty and full
ROGER SCHRECENGOST "SCHRECK" Comes from Garrets Run . . .
ambition is to be a mechanic . . . took the college prep course. One of our
lucky boys who owns his own motorcycle. Can usually be found at the M8tM
Service Station with Joe, Klinker or Humphrey . . . Once his friend always
DONNA JEAN SHOOP "DONNA" Ambition-to become a secretary
. . . Likes shorthand. Pals with Rosemary, Joanne and Helen . . . Favorite
pastime is driving . . . We'll remember her saying "Oh, well." . . . Spent
the summer working at the Court House . . . Nice to know.
ROBERTA LEE SILVIS "BOBBlE" Her two favorite pastimes are fishing
and roller skating . . . Plans to take up nursing after graduation . . . Active
in the vocal department . . . Always writing letters?? Neat and pleasant
. . . Pet phrase-"Oh, dear!!" Friends with Millie, Connie and Jeanne.
BERNARD SMULIK "BERNlE" Bernie claims he is going to be a bach-
elor until he makes his flrst million . . . We know better!!! College bound . . .
"Somebody goofed" Hobby-eating . . . Likes riding around town with
the gang . . . A very likeable person.
ROSE MARIE SOLAK "ROSIE" Looks forward to the week-ends . . .
Future-undecided . . . Took a commercial course . . . Has a friendly smile
"That's what you think." Walks to school from the Lower End every day
. . . Always talking with Judy, Marlene and Bernie . . .
JOSEPH W. STEWART "SMOKE" Our boy with the most person-
ality. Active in sports . . . played Jr. Varsity and Varsity basketball . . .
Academic course. Pals with Dean, Sam, Chich, Bernie, and Bob. A boy who
gets things done . . . Really a nice guy to know.
WAYNE STEWART "FLlCKER" Our most athletic is an all around
fellow whom everyone likes . . . Active in sports . . . played four years on
the gridiron . . . Wants,to be a sailor boy . . . His hobby is hunting . . . Took
the commercial course . . . Says he doesn't like girls, much!
DAVE SPENCER "FUZZ" Comes from Manorville . . . Ambition is to be
a carpenter. Small, but nice to know . . . Commercial course . . . Boating is
his hobby. His three loves are hunting, fishing and swimming . . . Likes any-
thing connected with mathematics . . . An engaging personality.
LORETTA SPERL "BABE" Ambition-to pack up and go to Ohio . . .
Can't wait for the week-ends to come . . . Not as quiet as she pretends to
be . . . Pals with Sally, Dolly and Donna . . . Likes to play golf. Her favorite
subiect is bookkeeping . . . Nice to know.
MARLENE STOLAR "MAR" Tall, friendly girl who is forever loaflng
. . . Chums with Joanne, Babe and Margie . . . Her ambition is iust to grad-
uate . . . Favorite subject-bookkeeping??? Says she enjoys all sports . .
Nice to know . . . Pet phrase-"Oh, No!"
JANET STITT "JAN" Her hobby is boys!! . . . Always going skating at
the Rollercade . . . Ambition is to be a beautician . . . Has big, blue eyes
and a pretty smile . . . Pet phrase "You're a doll." . . . Favorite subiect is
science . . . Always with Putz or Doris.
GERALD STUMP "HARDROCK" Ambition is to get out of school . . .
general course . . . takes delight in working with wood . . . hunting is his
hobby . . . favorite pastime-iust riding around . . . has a friendly smile
JOSEPH SZALANKIEWICZ "JOE" A quiet lad who is looking forward
to ioining the Navy . . . a loyal member of the Sportsman Club . . . Can
usually be seen riding around town on his motorcycle . . . Favorite subiect-
wood shop . . . Commercial course . . . "You're kidding" . . . a wonderful
person to know . . .
HENRY TENEROWICZ "HEl'CHA" "Our joker" .. . has kept his class
in stitches for the past four years . . . greets you with "Ain't that a blast!"
. . . Active in all sports . . . A future member of the Air Force . . . Would be
happy if his only class was study hall . . . Well-liked by all.
JUDITH TOUSSAINT "JUDY" Took the commercial course . . . Art
editor of the Trireme . . . Seen with Joyce and Duchess . . . Doing art work
and listening to records are her pastimes . . . Always ready for fun . . .
Loafs at Wray's . . . "Five" in the Junior Class play.
EUGENE SZUL "GENE" Gene's only wish is to be successful in life . . .
ls interested in stamps . . . Enioys his chemistry and physics class . . . A very
active member of the Youth Center . . . "Cut that out!!!" is his pet phrase . . .
Favorite pastime-hunting and fishing . . . A very well-liked lad . . .
FLORENCE SZYBKA "Fl.O" Plans to enter nurses' training at Mercy
Hospital . . . Always with Toni or Eileen . . . Cute blonde who is always
saying "How bout that" . . . Spare time is spent reading . . . Interested in
the F.T.A .... Favorite subiect is chemistry.
HARRIET UTLEY "FUNKY" Aspires to take up nursing at Presbyterian
Hospital . . . Best of friends with Joyce and Esther . . . Cute gal with a ready
smile . . . Two favorite pastimes are basketball and swimming . . . Pretends
to be very quiet??? Says "Holy Mackerel."
JOHN VALASEK "CORKY" A very good-looking chap . . . Another
fan of baseball . . . best friends--Jack, Wayne, Shane and Bumps . . . A
real sharpie in wood shop . . . Loves to see November roll around . . . a
mechanic who really knows his stulf . . . Crazy and full of fun.
ROBERT WARE "FARMER" One of our taller lads . . . A future Marine
. . . Enioys riding around in his grandfather's Cadillac and Ford . . . Who
wouldn't? . . . "You're wasted" . . . likes bookkeeping . . . Active in all sports
. . . A great guy who's loads of fun . . . Best friends-Doc, Flicker, and Bill.
SALLY WELCH "BESS" Ambition-to become a nurse . . . Oh! those
lucky patients . . Took the college prep course . . . Takes all her troubles
to Carolyn . . . Active in the band and orchestra . . . Expresses her disbelief
with "No Kiddin!" Cute gal with a smile to match.
JUDY YOUNG "JUDY" Always at Wray's with Sally, Gail, Hop and
Gloria . . . Ambition is to travel . . . Could pose for a tooth-paste ad with
that smile. Spends her time watching basketball games, playing the piano,
and loafing . . . A cute gal who is nice to know.
DEAN YOUNT "BUDDY" A nice-looking chap who hopes to wear the
Navy blue . . . His favorite pastime couldn't be girls, could it??? . . . Thinks
loafing is tops . . . Says his favorite time of day is noon hour . . . Wants
everyone to think he is bashful . . . A real great guy.
JOHN VALEK "JAN" Ambition is to serve 20 years in the Air Corps
. . . Very capable on the dance floor . . . His hobby is guns . . . Claims every-
one is his friend . . . Always around 315, could it be typing????? Commercial
course . . . A handsome guy with a matching personality . . .
RUTH WALKER "DOLLY" Took an academic course . . . Conhdes in
Evie . . . Hopes to take up nursing after graduation . . . Spends her spare
time at home, knitting . . . Favorite subiect is home economics . . . Nice to
know . . . We'll remember her saying "Oh Boy!!!" . . .
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HELEN A. WOODSIDE "HELEN" Loafs nowhere in particular-but
anywhere at all . . . Not as shy as she pretends to be . . . Seen with Betty
and Joyce . . . Ambition-Just to graduate!! Likes driving, square dancing,
and ping-pong . . . "Brother" . . . Pleasant. . .
MAXINE YASSEM "MAX" Ambition to be a private secretary . . .
Pals with Slugger . . . Smooth on the dance floor . . . Writes a letter a day
to a certain Marine . . Always traveling to Vandergrift . . . Neat dresser
. . . Bookkeeper for the Glass-lp . . .
JOAN ZANETTI "JOANlE" Takes all her troubles to Joan . . . Aspires
to be a secretary . . . Spends spare time driving . . . Likes her bookkeeping
class. Always Ioafing at Wray's . . . One of the smaller set. . . Nice to know
. . . Likes to talk in study hall.
JOHN L. ZANOLI "JOHNNY" A veteran of three years, two months
and seven days in the Navy . . . Would like to spend another summer or
two in Japan lcivilian stylel . . .Johnny and his Buick are quite popular . . .
Morda and Woodside are his buddies . . . Good-looking and well-liked.
Senior play try-outs: "Now let's see, who am I, Jane?"
JOYCE ZAHRADNIK "JOYCE" The gal with the "most leadership" . . .
Confides in Margie, Pat and Sara... Ambition-to see the world... Wishes
that she could be a confirmed Ioafer .. . Attractive . . . Took the secretarial
course . . . Always ready for fun. K I frilly
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LOUIS ZAHRADNIK "PUGl" Ambition is to ioin our great Air Force . . .
Took the business course . . . Says typing is his favorite subiect . . . Likes
sports-especially basketball . . . Best of friends with Hoey, Andy, Bob,
and Mo . . . Loafs at Wray's . . . An amiable and pleasant person.
ALBERT ZERMANE "BUSTER" A future engineer. . . Academic course
.. . Played football for the old Alma Mater.. . Buster divides his time be-
tween Ford City and Kittanning . . . Solid and trig rate high with him . . .
Hobby is hitch-hiking . . . Friendly and well-liked by all.
VICTOR ZIMMERMAN "VIC" Ambition is to see the Pirates win a
pennant. . . His future plans include Pitt. . . Academic course . . . Bowling is
his hobby... Vic is iust too busy to loaf? ? 3 . . . National Honor Society. . .
He has led our class through many trying days . . . Nice to know.
Don't let them fool you-they're not studying!
"Deep in the Heart of Texas"-Our high-stepping "cowgirIs
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Row 8--Norman Gaggini, Barbara Galanis, Franklin
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Row 9-Betty Good, David Greer, Harry Grinder,
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Row 10-Earl Heasley, Thomas Heilman, William Heil-
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Row 'I-Audrey Augustine, Paul Baillie, Donald Baker,
Charles Bargerstock, Barbara Bartolovic.
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Row 3-Glenna Bonner, Dorothy Bower, Janet Bowser,
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Row 4-Regis Cechvala, James Chorvat, Delores Cog-
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Row 8-Deanna Michaux, Richard Michaux, Keith
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Row 8-Rosalie Dragon, Bonnie Edinger, Shirley
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Row 9--Robert Emmonds, Barbara Erkens, Carol Fair,
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Row I0-Gerald Ferguson, Edward Fichthorn, Sally
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Row 2-James Baker, Michaelene Blondeaux, Ray-
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Row 3-Janet Boarts, Barbara Boguslawski, Joan Bo-
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Row 5-John Cacurak, Joan Cacurak, Wayne Car-
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Row I0-John McEIwain, Gladys McGuire, Shirley
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Row 8-Kathleen Shaffer, William Shaffer, Joseph
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Boarts, Louis Blusk, James Blondeaux, Robert Bailey, David Brown, Stephen
Cacurak. 3rd Row-Frank Bower, Norma Jean Bowser, Helen Angehr,
Edith Bloom, Donna Lee Bauwin, Patricia Lee Brandstetter, Sandra Lee
Brandstetter, Tom Boyd. 2nd Row-Donald J. Bowser, Lawrence Ca-
Homeroom 'I19-Back Row-Raymond Dunmire, Edward Flanders,
Robert Green, Alfred Harris, James Gelacek, Hugh Guthrie, William
Fornes, Wayne Cunningham. 3rd Row-Jean Croyle, Shirley Edinger,
Dalton Forester, Fred Fennell, Robert Cuias, James Hansotte, James Gon-
gola, Thomas Cieply, Penelope Evans. 2nd Row-Eleanor Danhof, Pa-
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curak, Jack Brown, Ronnie Burdett, Donald E. Bowser, Eugene Capizzi,
Larry Beck, James Bicanovsky, Chester Gurski. 'lst Row-Theresa Bi-
canovsky, Patricia Aites, Jane Bowser, Karen Beck, Deanna Beck, Jody
Anthony, Rosemary Beuth, Barbara Bordick, Nola Ann Brandon, George
tricia Dietz, Susan Dittmer, Margie Brightmeyer, Patricia Chimka, Joan
Cogley, Elizabeth DeLong, Gloria Daniels, Susan Eakins. Ist Row-George
Dodds, Sally Bryan, Thomas Crofutt, Elizabeth Delp, Judith Davis, Joanne
Charney, David Dunn, Dorothy Bruner, Kenneth Hartman, Ann Lesser.
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man, Robert King, William Hollobaugh, Richard Klingensmith, Carl Heftel-
finger, Delmar Klingensmith. 3rd Row-Andy Kahat, Ed King, Kay Girt,
Margaret Hill, Martha Fox, Judy Hornyak, Carolyn Flickinger, Raymond
Kiiowski, Gerald King. 2nd Row-Dale Kerr, Charlotte Geiger, Richard
Homeroom 'l'I7-Back Row--Carol Knottek, Peggy Kammerdiener,
Fred McKinney, Kenneth Mitchell, Henry Mores, Donald Miller, Judy Ma-
esky, Helen Marcinek. 3rd Row-Robert Matty, Karl Matthews, Darlene
Johnson, Patricia Lloyd, Barbara Lemmon, Sonia Lukehart, Grace Lang,
Mariorie Marks, Tony Machowski, Joseph Kunst. 2nd Row-Thomas Knight,
Hockenberry, Kenneth lseman, Mary Greene, Joseph Husar, Betty Gladys,
Carol Fiscus, Rudy King. Ist Row-Jack Hubbard, Marian Held, Kathleen
Hileman, Pat Gibson, Gail Hopper, Victoria Garay, Mary Jo Gallo, Stanley
Jankowski, Janice Parson.
William Mohr, Rodney McKelvy, Howard Mansfield, Larry Ludwick, George
Moraz. Robert Maxiener, Gerald Lerner, Larry Leard. 'lst Row-Thomas
Kornasiewicz, Anastasia Lysokowski, Barbara McArdle, Kathy Kuchta,
Donna Mansfield, Daphne Luchesa, Joann Mansfield, Thomas Kunkle, Lewis
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Homeroom 116-Back Row-William Reeseman, Timothy Rupert, John
Repak, Andrew Palka, Augustus Ruftaner, David Petrovsky, Harry Russo.
3rd Row-Thomas Rupp, Florence McGuire, Charlotte Myers, Sandro
Minteer, Shirley Moore, Annabel Menarcin, Joan Nathaniel, Catherine
McGuire, Michael Odrechowski. 2nd Row-Rosalie Paul, Darlene Milz,
Homeroom 202-Back Row-Dorothy Slovensky, Joan Schaelter, Rus-
sell Smith, Dennis Smith, James Snyder, Howard Smeltzer, James Stewart,
Linda Piper, Olga Seniow. 3rd Row-Lois Schiftgens, Don Serene, Reed
Schaeffer, Henry Schnitzler, James Sicheri, Wayne South, Sam Saloum,
Barbara Salsgiver. 2nd Row-Judy Shoop, George South, Robert Slama,
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Elaine Palombo, Lauretta Paul, Betty McCIymmonds, Annette Onofrey,
Helen Carolyn Moffitt, Margaret Miller, Besse Ekis. 'lst Row-Samuel
Rearick, Donald Bowser, Carl Petrus, Fred Russo, Earl Porter, James Russell,
Carl Petras, John Ondo.
Eleanor Space, Betty Rupert, Eileen Pepper, Anthony Senopole, Richard
Starr, Rosalie Pella. 'lst Row-Judy Reitler, Rosemarie Piersanti, Larry
Schiffgens, Harry Spang, Joseph Shaffer, Victor Sheafter. Robert Smulik,
Betty Raymer, Roberta Smith, Martin Thompson.
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Harry Winslow, Fred Sweitzer, Karl Vent, Ardell Thomas. 3rd Row-Pat Zimmerman, Mary Toy, Marilyn Szul, Marie Zahradnik, Rosemary Turko,
Wakefield, Phyllis Zablocki, Sandra Yassem, Marlin Waugaman, Ronald Ina Woodside, Faye White, Kathy Yount, Shelvey Walker, James Craw-
Sykota, Anna Marie Zermane, Delores Tihanovich, Donna Watterson. 2nd ford.
Row-Manifered Wolfe, Charles Thevenin, Larry Toy, Bob Wyant, Chris
Patrol Boys-Gary Boyd, Jay Bowser, .lack Brown, Ralph Burdette. ls it interesting? ? ?
Clarence Brown, Robert Beuth, Marlen Burdette, Mr. Miller.
Homeroom 213-Back Row-Linda Crissman, Ronald Buhite, Roger
Blondeaux, George Chestnut, Joseph Claypoole, George Bailey, George
Beere, Betty Burdette. 3rd Row-Rhodetta Bowser, Rhetta Coleman, lla
Christy, Gloria Beck, Patty Cook, Joan Cogley, Connie Beck, Edna l. Bur-
ford, Virginia Burdette. 2nd Row-John Beck, Donna Croyle, Virginia
Homeroom 212-Back Row-Carol Harosky, Judith Goodgasell, Ken-
neth Crytzer, Gerald Cogley, Emmett Fickes, Cornelia Davis, Sandra Haw-
thorne. 3rd Row-Martha Grantz, Richard Cobb, William Ferris, Nancy
Graham, Rosemary Dinus, Catherine Heftelflnger, Joseph Fichthorn, Larry
Croyle, Evelyn Fennell. 2nd Row-Carol Czapor, Rosalie Fennell, Margaret
Campbell, William Beere, Robert Buriak, James Armstrong, James Bobby,
Wanda Boarts, Lavonne Benninger, William Burdette. lst Row-Mattie
Painter, Shirley Cogley, Carol Anderson, Hugh Bonner, Kenneth Carley,
Paul Boback, Richard Chimka, Judy Crawford, Barbara Bowser, Edna J.
Emigh, Joseph Dodds, Richard Crossman, Vernon Cogley, Gary Emmonds,
Mary Fallone, Violet Fiscus. lst Row-Donald Crytzer, Janet Dowling,
Sandy Dunn, Judith Dunn, James Fiscus, Jeanne Grafton, Shirley Farester,
Douglas Donigian, Paul J. Caruso.
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Hughan, Roy Grantz, Charles Martin, John Johnson, Mark Fundyga, Bev-
erly Hutchison, Nancy McMunn. 3rd Row-Malcolm Hileman, Max Kamer,
Tony Pendleton, Bonnie Mitchell, Patricia Kunkle, Winnifred Kunkle, Judith
Miller, Donald Hobaugh, Gary Lobur. 2nd Row-Estelle Beckwith, Ray-
Homeroom 210-Back Row-Judith South, Carol Smith, Eugene Smith,
Burl Neer, Kenneth Perkey, Eugene Repak, John Pochan, Patricia Smolik,
Judy Reitler. 3rd Row-Betty Sadeski, Louise Petras, Mary Solida, Al-
berta Smail, Darletta Riggle, Denise Renaldo, Sally Stepp, Helen Spang.
2nd Row-Gerald Rupert, Edward Simmons, Thomas Smolen, Gerald
mond Fundyga, Thomas Gray, Larry Howlett, James McKee, Donald Gar-
mong, Percy Fiscus, Robert Hynick. lst Row-Norma Johnson, Carole Law,
Shirley Miller, Elsie McKain, Nancy Meleason, Carol Kolakowski, Shirley
Lazaroff, Patricia Henry.
Odrey, Joseph Riskosky, Donald Reich, John Mottitt, William Smith. 'Ist
Row-Edna Tylinski, Dennis Minich, Betty Lou Schall, Patricia Stump, May-
burn Stephens, Barbara Russell, Betty Ritter, Janet Sellers, Betty Say, Dean
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Barry Stein, Melvin Wolfe, Robert Wolfe, James Wolbert, Russell Wilson
3rd Row-Mary Zubick, Kathy Wilcox, Shirley Walker, Garnet Walker
Evelyn Wiser, Ruth Ann Waltenbaugh, Mabel Walbert, Patricia Sykuta
Barbara Wyant. 2nd Row-Walter Stewart, Warren Ware, Carl Stupka
Absent when pictures were taken: Front Row-Lynnie Woodside,
Wanda Odre, Marlyn Ewing, Richard Charlson, Paul Ransom. Second
Row-Phil Rupert, Tom Law, Ronnie Paine. Back Row-David Feldman,
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Homeroom 208-Back Row-Larry Boyd, Ralph Burdett, Walter Busch,
Robert Burford, Larry Breightmyer, Marlin Burdett. 3rd Row-Virginia
Burford, Elaine Carley, Patricia Baney, Judith Bowser, Barbara Bailey,
Sandra Bowser, Desira Blase, Mary Louise Allensworth, Carol Conley,
Homeroom 107-Back Row-James Eddy, James Emigh, Daniel Grantz,
Stanley Fox, Ross Fichthorn, Darrell Chestnut. 3rd Row-John Gamble,
Alice Coulson, Laura Heckman, Jane Heilman, Barbara Grinder, Lillian
Garmong, Josephine Hagofsky, Alvin Conner. 2nd Row-Joseph Garay,
Carol Brown. 2nd Row-Clarence Brown, James Brise, Nancy Aites, Jean
Claypool, Dessie Baker, Carol Bevington, Robert Beuth, Glenn Byers. 1st
Row-Jessie Rhines, Marsha Bowser, William Bowser, Janet Beck, Karen
Bloom, Jay Bowser, Jack Brown, John Allensworth, Sally Clever.
Ed Crissman, Arthur Crcftutt, James Crawford, Joe Fickes, Jim Davis, Bill
Constanzo, Robert Emigh. 'lst Row-Virginia Doms, Evelyn Gatchel, Pa-
tricia Fox, Sandra Hawk, Katryn Galanis, Gail Guthrie, Jacquelyn Davis,
Jo Ann Gladys, Barbara Conner, Joseph Genovesse.
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son, Chester Johns. 3rd Row-Stephen Hudek, Fred Kendra, Charles Hile-
man, Robert Hooks, Richard Hilliard, Willard Heilman, Jerry Hepler. 2nd
Row-Alan King, Nancy Lettrich, Diane Meleason, Vonda Lee McNelly,
Homeroom 5-Back Row-Theodore Kornasiewicz, Thomas Lias, John
Maxeiner, David Moore, Ralph Marks, Thomas Porter, Thomas Lloyd. 3rd
Row-Sally Palczer, Linda Ritter, Rose Nall, Joanne Myers, Patricia Peters,
Janet Neer, Rita Pepper, Karen Risher, Madeline Ruftaner. 2nd Row-
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King, Glenda Kerr, Carolyn Knepshield, Michele Martin, Helen Holland,
Jane Matthews, Christy Lloyd.
Donald Kovalowsky, Herman Pierce, Thomas Mechling, Shirley Rupert, Joan
Reitler, Patricia Peresie, Ralph McGuire, Larry Longwell, Robert Lloyd.
lst Row-Ronald Miller, James Lang, Evelyn Polka, Leslie Rupert, Dianne
Penn, Rosemarie Omasta, Thomas McCullough, Theodore Shakley.
Homeroom 2-Back Row-William Shirey, James Space, Douglas Swi-
gart, Gerald Ramsey, Randy Solak, George Stivason, Edward Swartz,
Warren Smail, John Rupp. 3rd Row-Shirley Stivason, Arvella Smith,
Nancy Smith, Dixie Stepp, Marlene Serraro, Sylvia Rupert, Joan Svantner,
Homeroom 1-Back Row-George Walker, Laura Westwood, Rose
Ann Szalankiewicz, John Wright, Maryetta Wolfe, Barbara Thomas, Jo-
sept Tinant. 3rd Row-Raymond Troutman, Joan Waugaman, Geraldean
Troutman, Craig Wynkoop, Elaine Yount, Joyce Walker, John Verschuren.
2nd Row-Richard Ware, Ruby Thomas, Karen Wagner, Harry Troup,
Patricia Simpson, Linda Stivason. 2nd Row-Herman Schultz, Joseph Run-
co, Catherine Stanko, Kathy Schreckengost, Richard Rupert, Monte Renaldo.
'Ist Row-Josephine Myers, Larry Raymer, lrene Smeltzer, Shirley Schrec-
engost, Janet Smeltzer, Karen Spence, Connie Rupp, Richard Ross.
Herbert Toy, Sandra Walker, Patricia Utley, Charles Yapp. 'Ist Row-
Mildred Schall, Donald Toy, Laura Waltenbaugh, Dennis Yount, Edward
Troutman, James Tomaswick, James Wise, Barbara Wyant, Catherine
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The Ford City High School Varsity Chorus, under the direction of Martin E.
Thompson, has succeeded in promoting music at Ford City High School.
They have had exchange assembly programs with Vandergrift and Butler,
and were rated among the best in the Forensic Contest finals. Their superior
singing was first brought to the public in an outstanding Christmas program
in the Ford City High School Auditorium. They staged an operetta, "The
Waltz Dream," which was highly applauded. We know that Mr. Thompson
will keep up the good work by producing fine choirs in the future.
Row 'I-B. Galanis, B. Erkens, J. Brown, J. Bowser, M. Huston, H. Polumbo,
C. King, C. Round, M. Livengood, M. Slanicka, R. Simmons, C. Culleiton, R.
Faykosh, B. Novak, G. Green, M. Blondeaux, C. Brown, C. Reitler, P. Painter,
D. Scripps. Row 2-B. Golub, J. Shakley, J. Minteer, E. McElwain, N. Riggle,
C. Walker, G. Beir, B. Good, P. Valasek, S. Meades, M. Erkens, M. Sku-
kalek, B. Myers, J. Danhof, M. Walker, T. Perry, R. Silvis, E. Noullet, H. Cae
sar. Row 3-W. Pacuch, R. Grantz, A. Remis, G. Rovnyak, M. l.azarotT, E
Lazarofli, R. Livengood, R. Burdette, A. Breuer, C. Klingensmith, J. Novak
R. Byron, C. Elwood, R. Greer, T. Hellman, R. Simmons. Row 4-J. Jackson,
J. Lettrich, W. Emmonds, R. Vidanoft, N. Gaggini, J. Rovnyak, J. Kovalovsky,
N. Edwards, J. Slavka, R. Klingensmith, R. Fuksa, J. Neutrelle, J. Nickleach
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Varsity Chorus Officers-J. Lettrich, Custodian, R. Burdette, Vice-
President, G. Greene, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Rovnyak, President, J.
Novak, Student Director.
Varsity Chorus Section Leaders-Front Row-D. Scripps, G. Greene, Varsity Chorus Accompanists-Delores Scripps
B. Good, C. King. Back Row-R. Vidanoff, J. Novak, M. Lazaroff, C. EI- 71 Beverly Myers, William Lux.
Soloisls-Seated-M. Walker, C.
Walker, C. Brown. Standing-M.
LazarofT, J. Rovnyak, J. Novak.
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C. Elwood, M. Lazorof-T.
Girls Ensemble-Standing-C. Brown, G. Greene, B.
Novak, B. Good, J. Brown, J. Minteer, H. Palumbo, B.
Erkens, Mr. Thompson. Seated-B. Myers.
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Row 1-C. Danhof, R. Simmons, H. Palumbo. Row 2-
J. Novak, J. Rovynok, C. Elwood, M. Lazaroff.
Boy's Octet-B. Emmonds, M. LazaroH:, R. VidanofT, J.
Rovynyak, R. Byron, C. Elwood, J. Novak, J. Slavka.
Seated-B. Lux, accompanist
Sophomore Chorus-Row 'I-C, Doms, D. Robinson, J. Crawford, J. Salankiewicz, D. Buffone, J. BonneHi, R.
Jankowski, J. Wyant, P. South. Row 2-N. Fair, M. Roush, P. Allensworth, F. Woodside, C. Laughner, J. Boarts,
S. Mclunkin, F. Davis, J. James, D. Daugherty. Row 3-W. Shaffer, R. King, E. Reitler, J. Kerr, S. Steiner, R. 73
Yount, J. Wingafe, D. Fox, C. Stump, R. Garbarino.
Lola LaVerne Bevington
lnstrumental music at Ford City High School
has progressed under the capable direction
of' Miss Lola l.aVerne Bevington. The band
was quite active this year with parades, a
concert, and half-time programs at the toot-
ball games. The orchestra participated in
many school activities including the Senior
and Junior class plays, and assemblies. They
also assisted the Varsity Chorus in a Christ-
mas Concert. Both groups sent representatives
to.County, District, and State music festivals.
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Row I-R. Hileman, R. Garbarino, G. Lazaroff, C. Coulter, J. Baars, J.
Sellers, W. Carberry, J. Hopper, J. Wingate, W. Pendleton, R. Woyton, C.
Harosky, B. Ransom, I. Herbst, B. A. Szalankiewicz, A. Breuer, D. Spencer.
Row 2--J. Rice, P. Painter, F. Markby, J. Farester, E. Meleason, C. Sanders,
J. Bowser, D. Hettelfinger, C. Schaflier, M. Guthrie, M. Turko, E. Palumbo,
B. McClymonds, P. Glesk, C. Reitler, Miss Bevington. Row 3-B. Galanis,
J. Wilson, J. Slagle, D. Luchesa, N. Meleason, V. Burdette, S. Eakins, H.
Myers, G. Hopper, L. Shiffgens, C. Stivason, S. Welch, B. Hellman, E. Noul
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let. Row 4-B. Good, J. Nathaniel, B. Cunningham, G. Bowser, J. Brande- D- HGHSOHB, A- 30075, B- Sfeiml G- Beefe, J- WUUQYUUH, R- MCAFCHC, -l-
burg, D. Berdell, M. Hnatiow, P. Kovacik, J. Bloom, D. Cloak, J. Boarts, B.
Fullerton, F. Karl, J. Minteer. Row 5-D. DeLong, T. Longberger, D. Mc
Elfresh, N. Bruner, T. Eakins, P. Hartman, V. Krizman, R. Stewart, J. Porter-
Clarinet Ensemble-Seated-M. Turko, J. Faraster, F. Markby, J. Bowser, J. Baars. Stand-
ing-J. Slagle, M. Guthrie, C. Sanders, R. Hutchison, E. Meleason.
Senior Orchestra-Row 1--J. Reitier, W. Rearick, M. Sanoba, R. Brandstetter, F. Karl, H. Myers. Row 2-E.
Bowser, S. Welch, R. Knell, N. Brunner. Row 3-S. Meades, M. Schiffgens, E. Malc, R. Lasher. Row 4-R. Sanoba,
B. Moore, E. Meleason, J. Baars, F. Markby, J. Forester, M. Guthrie, R. Hutchison, G. Bowser, D. Berdell. Row
5-Miss Bevington, C. Sanders, D. Emigh, D. McElfresh, J. Hopper, W. Carberry, E. Bryant.
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Junior High Band-Row 1-N. Meleason, V. Burdette, B. McClymonds, G. Hopper, L. Schilfgens, M. Kamer, J.
Wilson, J. Nathaniel, T. Cieply. Row 2-E. Palumbo, S. Eakins, M. Odrechowski, C. Stupka, J. Vozar, J. Sicheri,
S. Farester, J. Williams. Row 3-S. Lazaroff, D. Luchesa, R. Crossman, J. Emigh, R. McGuire, L. Longwell, L.
Croyle, G. Lang, E. Troutman, G. Beers, K. Wilcox, M. Wougamcm, J. Moffitt, R. Bailey, B. Steim. Row 4-M.
Zubick, N. Davis, J. Brown. Row 5-Miss Bevington, R. Stewart, R. Hazen, D. Rupert, G. Brandeburg, K. Kuchta,
T, Knight, W. Smith, G. Rupert, R. Green, I. Christy. Standing-L. Leard, J. Hansotte, T. Machowski, R. Cobb, K.
Risher, J. Tomoswick, L. Piper, J. Sellers.
saxophone EnSemble'Row I-B' Cunningham, D' Trumpet Quartet-D. Berdell, P. Kovacik G Bowser
McElfresh. Row 2-T. Longberger, T. Eokins. Row 3- J' Bmndeburg'
Modern Music Masters-Seated-T. Eakins, E. Bowser, D. McElfresh, M.
Lazaroff, C. Stivason. Row 1-Mr. Thompson, M. Huston, H. Palumbo, J.
Baars, D. Scripps, M. Turko, S. Meades, M. Sanoba, C. Sanders, N. Bruner,
C. Danhof, Miss Bevington. Row 2-W. Lux, C. King, G. Greene, S. Welch,
Junior High Orchestra-Row 'l--M. Zimmerman, A. Lysakowski, G.
Hopper, L. Schiffgens, N. Meleason, M. Kamer, J. Miller, J. Sellers. Row 2-
P. Cook, B. McGuire, C. Smith, J. Nathaniel, R. Coleman, C. Harosky, D.
Renalclo. Row 3-H. Spang, G. King, R. Fundyga, M. Waugaman, J. Mof-
B. Myers, M. Walker, J. Bowser, C. Schaffer. Row 3-C. Elwood, W.
Rearich, E. Meleason, J. Novak, Miss Steiner, J. Reifler, Miss Beckwith, Miss
Bouch. Row 4-M. Schiftgens, P. Kovacik, E. LazaroFf, R. Knell, D. Hansotte,
N. Gaggini, J. Rovnyak, J. Boarts.
fltt, R. Bailey, B. Steim. Row 4-J. Bicanovsky, D. Feldman, D. Luchesa, S.
Lazaroff, E. Palumbo, B. McClymonds, S. Eakins, V. Burdette, K. Kuchta, D.
Rupert, R. Stewart, R. Hazen. Standing-Miss Bevington, A. Thomas, K.
Spence, S. Minteer, H. Mottitt, R. Woyton, J. Tomaswick, K. Risher, L. Piper.
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2-B. Myers, C. Walker, M. Schiffgens, G. Greene, C. Sanders, D. McElfresh, S. Welch, B. Moore. Row 3-H.
Myers, R. Vldcnoff, E. Meleason, J. Novak, J. Rovnyak, C. Elwood, W. Recrich.
District Orchesler-Row 'I-M. Sanobc, E. Bowser,
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Lang Judy Bowser Joe Fickes, Larry Longwell, Janet Sellers, Nancy Me-
leason 2nd Row-James Gongola, George Brandeburg, Lewis Kline,
Fred Russo Marlin Waugaman, Virginia Burdette, Mary Zubick. 82
Senior High Homeroom Chairmen-Front Row-Joe Stewart, Joe Labutko, Patsy Glesk, Joyce Yount, Bar-
bara Moore, Barbara Wade, Ethel McElwain, Patty Gallo, Vic Zimmerman, Mary Ellen Sanoba, Dianne DeLong,
Barbara Galanis. 2nd Row-Richard Micheaux, Nancy Goodyear, Bob Hellman, Carole SchaHer, Carolyn
Stivason, Dorothy Bower, Eugene Lazaroft, Mr. Crawford, Gail Schrecengost, Gerald Ferguson, Roberta Sanoba,
Joyce Farester, Joan Landon, Peggy Ruston, Sara Perpich, Judy Wakefield, Rosemary Faykosh, Barbara Novak.
Student Council Officers-Secretary, Joyce Baars President Craig
Rosenberger, Vice-President, Joyce Zahradnuk Treasurer Edward
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National Honor Society--Front Row-Kaye Cawley,
Sally Welch, Nancy Henderson, Donna McElfresh, Joyce
Baars, Miss Steiner, Marilyn Erkens. Second Row-Mr.
Gurski, Ronald Burdette, Tom Eakins, Vic Zimmerman,
Craig Rosenberger, Mr. Miller, Mr. Sowers.
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Future Teachers of America-Front Row-Mrs. Duff,
Carol Danhof, Doris Davies, Dixie Smith, Miss Lesser.
Second Row-Florence Szybka, Matthew LazaroH,
Carolyn King, Billie Cunningham.
National Book Week was celebrated this year by hav-
ing a "Name the Bookworm" Contest sponsored by the
Bookworm's Club. James Davis, Homeroom 107, won
the prize, a free i956 "Trireme," with his prizewinning
Glass-IP Staff-Row One-Daphne Luchesa, Marian
Held, Mary Jo Gallo, Sally Bryan, Mary Plants, Faye
White, Peggy Ruston. Row Two-Joyce Farester,
Marilyn Turko, Patty Gallo, Sue Reefer, Faye Davis.
Row Three-Judy Wyant, Nancy Mikula, Richard
Crossman, Nancy Goodyear, Helen Kane. Row Four-
Carole Smith, Betty Gibson, Patsy Glesk, Jane Heilman,
Ruth lseman. Row Five--Miss Parson, Judy Hornyak,
Mary Louise Monroe, Marguerite Brightmeyer, Glenna
Bonner. Row Six-Marilyn Erkens, Penny Vent, JoAnne
Martinez, Neil Davis. Row Seven-Craig Rosenberger,
Donald Hansotte, Joe Stewart.
Glass-IP Editorial Staff-Front Row-Miss Parson,
Mary Louise Monroe, Betty Gibson, Marilyn Erkens,
Mary Plants. Back Row-Donald Hansotte, Joe Stew-
art, Patty Gallo, Craig Rosenberger.
Gregg Club-Seated-Sara Perpich, Kaye Cawley,
Nancy Goodyear, Maxine Yassem, Eleanor Bowser,
Carrie Coulter, Nancy Henderson, Gloria Greene, Joyce
Zahradnik. Standing-Patty Ritchey, Peggy Ruston,
Judy Young, Joyce Baars, Joyce Clever, Kathy Colonna,
Esther Heasley, Dorothy Klingensmith, Rosemary Peppler,
Joanne Peltz, Donna Shoop, Ruth lseman, Helen Kane,
Carole Schaffer, Rose Solak, Florence Markby, Miss
Shubert, Judy Toussaint, Peggy Bevington.
Y-Front Row-Betty Gibson, Deloris Cogley,
Schaffer, Janet Dunmire, Sue Reefer, Mary
Pat Klimkowicz, Ann Catlos. Back Row-Miss
Pat Miller, Frances Peltz, Carol McGregor,
Riggle, Sandra Klingensmith, Faye Davis, Brenda
Tri-Hl-Y-Front Row-Peggy Bevington, Helen Wood-
side, Dorothy Klingensmith, Joyce Buhite, Doris Heffel-
finger, Joyce Clever, Nancy Bruner, Marian Miller, Lois
Klingensmith, Marlene Mazurek, Svea Henry. Back
Row--Miss Green, Lucinda Kline, Janet Bargerstock,
Eleanor Dunmire, Ruth lseman, Ada Hellman, Mary Lou-
ise Monroe, Sandy Emmonds, Jean Fichthorn, Roberta
Silvis, Betty Ransom, Janet Stitt.
Bookworms-Seated-Pat Henry, Antoinette Pacuch,
Karen Beck, lda Christy, Mary Ellen Marasco, Audrey
Augustine, Judy Ingram, Connie Crawford, Betty Ray-
mer, Judy Reitler, Sally Fickes. Standing-Mrs. Duff,
Linda Crissman, Janet Dunmire, Sandy Emmonds, Neil
Davis, Nancy McMunn, Rosemary Dinus, Mary Louise
Monroe, Bonnie Mitchell, Theresa Bicanovsky, Barbara
Bernot, Sally Forester, Dorothy Bernot, Judy Crawford,
Nancy Graham, Barbara Hepler, Gail Schrecengost,
Rosalie Fennell, Betty Sadeski.
"That's music? 2 2"
"Hurry up, Juney Lou! !"
"Git on with the weddin"'
Stage Crew-Front Row-Marilyn Erkens, Nancy Henderson, Mildred
Huston, Mary Louise Monroe, Student Director, Joan Brown, Eileen Moore,
Florence Szybka, Nancy Bruner. Back Row-Gail Schrecengost, Judy
Toussaint, Craig Rosenberger, Joyce Clever, Russell Rugh, Joan Landon,
Jan Valek, Lois Klingensmith, Dorothy Klingensmith.
Cast-First Row-Gail Schrecengost, Helen Kane, Judy Toussainf, Ruth
Hileman, Jim Shoemaker, Eleanor Bowser, Betty Kunkle, Sally Welch. Buck
Row-Paul Kovacik, Morton Cooper, Craig Rosenberger, Bill Kendra,
Donna McElfresh, Jan Valek, Russell Rugh, Bob Knell.
"Poor Rosabell! !"
Stop, Celie! !!
Cast-Marilyn Erkens, Bill Kendra, Carolyn King, Dorothy Klingensmith, Joe Lettrich, Nancy
Henderson, Matthew Lazaroff, Joyce Mary Baars, Bob Knell, Mary Louise Monroe, Ada Hile-
man, Joe Novak, Carole Schaffer, Florence Szybka, Joan Brown, Eleanor Bowser.
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Stage Crew-Front Row-Judy Young, Mildred Huston, Doris Jean Hef-
felfinger, Sally Welch, Judy Toussaint, Gail Schrecengost, Student director.
Second Row-Janet Bargerstock, Joan Landon, Clyde Clever, Marion
Miller, Lois Klingensmith. Third Row-Carolyn King, Marilyn Erkens, Ada
Hileman, Carol Danhof, Joan Brown. Back Row-Dick Livengood, Bill
"Your move, Mr. Collins.
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Kendra, Joe Lettrich.
Seated-Lois Klingensmith, Loretta Sperl, Joan Zanetti, Joan Brown, Peggy Bevingfon, Doro-
thy Klingensmith. Standing-lrma Herbst, Joyce Clever, Eugene Szul, Nancy Bruner, Judy
Kaye Cawley, Business Manager:
Mr. Sowers, Advisor.
Seated-Dolores Corvat, Nancy Mikula, Florence Szybka, Ada Hileman, Betty Ransom, Ruth
"Betty soliciting an ad."
.loan Zanetti, Eugene Szul-best
Two hard working staff members:
Eileen and lrma.
Hileman. Standing-Rosemarie Haponsky, Lucinda Kline, Harriet Utley, Eileen Moore, Joe
Marilyn Erkens, editor:
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First Row-Asst. coaches Mr. Rupert and Mr. Malcolm, E. Gregory, H. Tenerowicz, J. Moore, J. Shoemaker, W.
Heilman, A. Zermane, W. Stewart, R. Ware, Couch Charley. Second Row-J. Jackson, J. Kerr, J. Feldman, T.
Bilski, H. Grinder, W. Emmonds, B. Emmonds, R. Neutrelle, R. Hutchison, R. Rugh. Third Row-N. Edwards, J.
Ferguson, E. Treese, J. Grinder, N. Goldinger, D. Daugherty, S. Steiner, J. Popolis, J. McElwain. Fourth Row-
P. McGuire, R. Petrus, J. Hilty, J. Kovalovsky, N. Fair, J. Asay, J. Cacurak, L. Myers, C. Kunkle.
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Due to graduation our coach, Mr. Charley, has had to start rebuilding a
new team. Although the boys showed great spirit and aggressiveness they
could not find the right spark that would give them victory. Coach Charley
feels that the season was not lost entirely as the team gained experience
and confidence which should help them in the near future.
F. C. Opponent
0 Freeport 20
7 Plum Township 35
O Leechburg 20
0 West Deer 13
6 Tarentum 20
O Scott Township l 8
0 Vandergrift 21
O Springdale 20 Coach Walter Charley
0 Kittanning l 3
Managers-O. Pore, R. Byron, T. Lasher
JR. VARSITY SCORES
Carrie Coulter Joyce Mary Baars
Baton Club-First Row-Corrie Coulter, head ma-
iorette. Second Row-Joyce Baars,fCaroI Reitler,
Barbora Galonis, Betsy Good, Genevieve Klimkowicz,
Diane DeLong, Betty Ransom. Third Row-Carol
Laughner, Dione Buffone, Janet Scxlankiewicz, Jean
Rice, drum maiorette, Joan Bonetti, Eileen Noulette,
lrma Herbst BellY Ransom
Robert "Farmer" Ware
William "Bill" Emmonds
Russell "Russ" Rugh
Jerome "Jerry" Feldman
Albert "Buster" Zermane
James "Red" Moore
William "Bill" Heilman
Peter "Pete" McGuire
Wayne "Flicker" Stewart
James "Crash" Shoemaker
Edward "Ed" Gregory
Henry "Hetcha" Tenerowicz
First Row-D Forester, F. Russo, J. Kunst, G. Brandeburg, J. Hubbard, B. Senopole, L. Kline, H. Russo, R. Buriak,
A. Thomas, manager. Second Row-Coach Simmons, G. South, H. Winslow, J. Riskosky, J. Gelacek, S. Saloum,
J. Dodds, A. Kahat, T. Ciepley, Coach Gurski. Third Row-R. Klingensmith, T. Rupert, T. Hughan, J. Pochan, R.
Slama, R. Hazen, W. Mohr, M. Waugaman, D. Petrosky, S. Thompson.
Junior High football is relatively new to Ford City. Under the capable instruction of Mr.
Simmons and Mr. Gurski these boys learn the fundamentals of the game. lt is hoped that
this program will provide esperienced material for the varsity football team in the near
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
F. C. Opponents
O New Kensington 6
O Kittanning 41
6 Apollo l 9
6 Butler 3l
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Girls' Intramural Champs--Front Row-Helen Kane,
Sally Welch, Milly Huston, Roberta Silvis. Back Row-
Margie Schmaus, Donna McElfresh, Carole Schaffer,
Cheerleaders Club-First Row-
Peggy Ruston, Sara Perpich, Mary
Louise Monroe, Pat Ritchey, Joan Lan-
don. Second Row-Delores Scripps,
Joyce Shakley, Carol Culleiton, Bar-
bara Novak, Rosemary Faykosh, Bar-
bara Golab. Third Row-Mary
Plants, Carol Doms, Bette Miller, Judy
Wakefield, Judy Luchesa, Roselle
G. A. A.-First Row-Miss Rust,
Sara Perpich, Carolyn Stivason, Jo-
anne Peltz, Carole Schaffer, Mary
Ellen Sanoba, Nancy Goodyear,
Helen Smeltzer, Carol McGregor.
Second Row-Joyce Baars, Sally
Welch, Gloria Green, Gail Schrecen-
gost, Deanna Micheaux, Pat Pepper,
Betty Ransom, Mary Alice Ware.
Third Raw-Eileen Moore, Janet
Cowan, Roberta Silvis, Ethel McEl-
wain, Audrey Augustine, Joanne
Schall, Marion Walker, Penny Vent,
Couch "Hub" Rupert First Row-R. Burdette, R. Hudek, M. Lazarott, G. Lazarott. Standing-Coach Rupert E
Gregory, W. Pendelton, N. Edwards, J. Stewart, H. Allensworth, R. Livengood, R. Ware
With only one returning letterman from last year, Mr. Rupert had quite a
task ahead of him for the season. He molded the boys together to a highly
efticient basketball machine which proves his ability as a good coach. This
was a rough section this year as other teams had more returning lettermen.
However, this did not stop us from doing our very best, even at times when
the cause seemed useless. Next year Mr. Rupert should have an excellent
start to bring another sectional title to Ford City High School.
Get that ball
Managers-T. Eakins, J. Moore.
Statistician-J. Feldman. -
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F, C, Opponent
34 Homestead 43
43 Central Catholic 41
53 Tarentum 42
57 Westinghouse 55
53 Midland 52
36 Charleroi 51
49 Leechburg 52
61 New Castle 66
45 Aliquippa 48
38 Monesson 57
GLASSERS BEAT WILDCATS IN OPENING LEAGUE GAME 54-35
FORD CITY TROUNCES HAR-BRACK 66-32
GLASSERS BEAT BUTLER 51-48 IN THRILLER TO RETAIN LEAD
HISTORY REPEATS AS ARNOLD HANDS GLASSERS FIRST LOSS 55-44
GLASSERS REGAIN STRIDE WITH 88-30 ROUT OVER VANDERGRIFT
LAST-PERIOD RALLY FAILS AS FORD CITY BOWS TO KEN HIGH 61-52
KITTANNING BOWS TO GLASSERS 50-49
HAR-BRACK TURNS TABLES ON FORD CITY 46-44
BUTLER RETAINS SECOND PLACE WITH 62-53 WIN OVER FORDERS
GLASSERS GAIN REVENGE OVER ARNOLD 47-45
FORDERS TRIM VANDERGRIFT 61-48
RED RAIDERS SEW UP SECTION AS FORD CITY GOES DOWN TO DEFEAT 70-53
Mary Louise Monroe
Joan Landon Putty Eck
Pat Ritchey Peggy Ruston
Richard "Chich" Hudek
Matthew "Matt" Lazaroft Ronald "Butch" Burdette
Robert "Farmer" Ware
Joseph "Smoke" Stewart '
Richard "Smiles" Livengood
Edward "Ed" Gregory
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Front Row-David Daugherty, James Wingate, Dale
Cloak, James Senopole, John Kerr, Steve Steiner. Back
Row-Charles Janovsky, James Asuy, Arthur Breuer,
James Fox, George Rovnyak, Joseph Nickleach.
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Mr. Chester Gurski in his first year as Junior Varsity coach at Ford City High School did a
very impressive iob as his team won 15 and lost only 7 games. These boys are to be com-
mended forthe hard work they put into the game and for the fine showing they made. lt
is felt that the experience they have gained will provide future varsity squads with valuable
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
F. C. Opponent
7 44 Homestead 39
59 Central Catholic 57
57 Tarentum 35
56 Westinghouse 44
45 Midland 31
16 Charleroi 23
64 Leechburg 43
33 New Castle 49
40 Aliquippa 35
41 Monessan 36
50 "'Kittanning 40
48 :"Har-Brack 47
45 "iButler 48
51 "4Arnold 47
74 "'Vandergritt 25
55 i'gNew Kensington 56
57 "iKittanning 61
53 "'Har-Brock 33
50 1Butler 60
46 :kArnold 49
X 42 "'Vandergrift 32
54 'tNew Kensington 39
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First Row-Tom Hughan, Tom Cieply, Dave Petrosky,
Jim Gelacek, Ardell Thomas, Bill Mohr, Tim Rupert. Back
Row-David Brown, Don Hobaugh, Joe Vozar, Barry
Steim, Harry Winslow, Ronald Woiton, Sam Thompson,
Larry Ludwick, George Brandeburg.
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Coach John Simmons and his "Little Glassers' add another trophy to the case as they take
Section Xl in whirlwind fashion. Coach Simmons said about the team, "l am proud of this
year's Junior High team because of the good record they established and their sincerity
and desire to play basketball."
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
F. C. Opponent
59 Shannock Valley 22
32 Har-Brock 40
53 Allegheny l 5
6l Shannock Valley 28
47 Allegheny 2l
38 9fKittonning l4
30 9fVandergrift i 9
39 "'Freeport 37
44 'fKittanning 20
47 'l'Vandergrift 27
50 4'Freeport 19
39 Har-Brack 45
35 '5Kittanning 29
34 i"Vandergrift I2
38 9fFreeport 23
35 "'Kittanning 23
40 ,Wandergrift 35
32 i'iFreeport 37
Coach John Simmons
First Row-Robert Ware, Ray Petrus, James Moore,
James Senopole, Ken Mechling, Henry Tenerowicz, Rob-
ert Brown, Kenny Bryant, Matthew Lazarotf. Second
Row-Gerald Ferguson, Karl Yodushock, David Daugh-
erty, William Shaffer, Ronald Neutrelle, Craig Rosen-
berger, Jack Dowling, Frank Bucko. Third Row-Carl
Cook, John Kerr, Steve Steiner, Melvin Miller, John
Valasek, Robert Vanderkall, Paul Virostek, Coach John
Ford City's second season of baseball under the instruction of Mr. John Simmons was not
entirely unsuccessful. The boys have gained valuable experience in working together that
will aid them in their future years. Although baseball is iust getting started at Ford City V
High School it is hoped that it will soon grow to be a favored sport.
O Shannock Valley
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BAARS JOYCEMARY-Maiorette l-2-3-4, Baton Club, Vice Pres. 3,
Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Student Council, Sec. 4, Orch. 2-3-4,
Sr. Play, Intramurals I-2-3-4, Freshman Play, Chorus I-2.
BARGERSTOCK, JANET-Student Council I-2, Chorus 'l-2, Tri-Hi-Y
2-3-4, Sr. Play Crew, lntramurals 3, Noon Recreation.
BERDELL, DAN-Band I-2-3-4, Sec. 4, Orch. 2-4, Stamp Club 2, Patrol
Boy 2, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
BERNOT, BARBARA-Chorus I, Library Club 3-4.
BEVINGTON, MARGARET-Trireme Business 4, Band I-2-3, Gregg
Club 4, Library Club 3, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play Crew.
BOOTH, ALFRED-Band I-2-3-4, Penn Ford Historians I, Hobby Club
2, lntramurals 2-4.
BOWSER, ELEANOR-Student Council I, Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I,
Orch. I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 3-4, Sec. 4, Penn Ford -Historians I-2, Gregg
Club, Vice Pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, Jr. Play Cast 3, Sr. Play Cast 4, lntramu-
BOWSER, GAYLARD-Chorus I, Band I-2-3-4, Orch. I-2-3-4, F. T. A.
I, Latin Club 'I-2, Basketball I, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
BRANDEBURG, JOHN-Band I-2-3-4 Treas. 4, Penn Ford Historians I,
BRYAN, JOHN-Football I-2.
BROWN, JOAN-Glass-lp 2-3, Trireme Business 4, Chorus 2-4, Library
Club, Treas. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Jr. Play Crew 3, Sr. Play Cast 4.
BRUNER, NANCY-Trireme Business 4, Band I-2-3-4, Orch. 2-3-4,
M. M. M. 4, Tri-Hi-Y I-2-3-4, Sec. 4, Jr. Play Crew 3, Sax. Ensemble 3-4.
BUHITE, JOYCE-Trireme Business 4, Chorus I, Library Club I, Tri-Hi-Y
2-3-4, Jr. Play Crew 3.
BURDETTE, RONALD-Student Council I-2-3, Chorus I-2-3-4, Vice
Pres. 4, National Honor Society 4, Freshman Play, Basketball l-2-3-4.
BYRON, RICHARD-Chorus I-2-3-4, Football 2-3-4, Manager, Intra-
CAWLEY, KAYE--Trireme Business 3-4, Business Manager 4, Chorus i-2,
National Honor Society 3-4, Gregg Club 4.
CHORVAT, DOLORES-Trireme Business 4, Chorus I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, lntra-
CLEVER, JOYCE-Trireme Business 4, Chorus I, Penn Ford Historians 2,
Gregg Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Pres. 4, Latin Club I-2, Jr. Play Crew, Sr.
CLEVER, CLYDE-Jr. Play Crew 3, Sr. Play Crew 4, Track 2.
COLONNA, KATHLEEN-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus 2, Gregg Club 4.
COOK, CARL-Baseball I.
COOPER, MORTON-Penn Ford Jr. Historians 2, Latin Club 'I-2, Jr.
Play Cast 3, Track I.
COULTER, CAROLYN-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2, Gregg Club 4,
Pres. Maiorette I-2-3-4, Head Maiorette 4, Jr. Play Crew, Baton Club
I-2-3-4, Sec. 3-4.
COWAN, JANET-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, G. A. A.
3-4, lntramurals l-2-3-4.
DANHOF, CAROLE-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 4,
F. T. A. 3-4, Sr. Play Crew 4.
DINUS, CONSTANCE-Chorus 'I-2, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
DOWLING, JACK-Penn Ford Historians I-2, Sr. Play Crew, Basketball
I, Baseball 3-4, lntramurals 2-3-4.
DRAGON, ROBERT-Intramurals l-2-3.
DUNMIRE, ELEANOR-Hobby Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
DUNMIRE, JOSEPH-Student Council 2.
EAKINS, THOMAS-Band I-2-3-4, Vice Pres., M. M. M. 3-4, Treas 4,
National Honor Society 3-4, Latin Club I-2, Freshman Play, Basketball
'I-2-3-4, Manager, lntramurals 3-4.
ECK, PATRICIA-Student Council 3-4, Sec. of Senior Class, Chorus I-2,
Gregg Club 4, Cheerleader I-2-3-4, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
ELWOOD, CHESTER-Student Council I, Chorus I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 4,
lntramurals I-2-3-4, Boys Octet.
EMMONDS, SANDRA-Library Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
EMMONDS, WILLIAM--Student Council I, Chorus I-2-3-4, Band I-2-3,
Orchestra I-2, Football I-2-3-4, Basketball I-2-3-4, Track I, lntramurals
ERKENS, MARILYN-Student Council 2, Glass-lp 2-3-4, Trireme Editor
4, Chorus 'I-2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, F. T. A. 4, Latin Club 2,
Freshman Play, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play Cast.
FELDMAN, JEROME-Student Council I-3, Chorus 3, Penn Ford His-
torians I, Latin Club I-2, Freshman Play, Football I-2-3-4, Basketball
I-2-3, Statistician, Intramurals I-2-3-4.
FICHTHORN, JEAN-Chorus I, Tri-Hi-Y I, lntramurals l.
FORD, SAMUEL-Student Council I-2, Basketball I, lntramurals 2-3-4.
FUKSA, RONALD-Student Council I, Chorus i-2-3-4, lntramurals
GALLO, MICHAEL-Patrol Boy 3.
GOODYEAR, NANCY-Student Council 4, Glass-lp Typist 4, Treas. of
Class 3-4, Trireme Business 4, Chorus 'l-2, Gregg Club 4, Treas., G. A. A.
3-4, Pres. 4, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
GOWETSKI, MICHAEL-Chorus I-2, Penn Ford Historians i, Football
3-4, Basketball I, Track I.
GREENE, GLORIA-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus 'I-2-3-4, Sec.-Treas. 4,
M. M. M. 3-4, Gregg Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, G. A. A. 3-4
GREGORY, EDWARD-Football I-2-3-4, Basketball I-2-3-4, Baseball
HAPONSKY, ROSEMARIE-Trireme Business 4.
HEASLEY, ESTHER-Gregg Club 4, Jr. Play Crew 3, Sr. Play Crew 4.
HEFFELFINGER, DORIS JEAN-Student Council I-2, Trireme Editorial
4, Chorus I-2, Band I-2-3-4, Assistant Treas. 4, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play
Crew, Intramurals 3.
HEILMAN, JEANNE-Glass-lp I-2-3-4, Chorus i, Orchestra 'l, Penn
Ford Historians 'l-2.
HEILMAN, WILLIAM-Football 2, lntramurals I.
HENDERSON, NANCY JEAN-Chorus I-2, National Honor Society 3-4,
Gregg Club 4, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play Cast.
HENRY, SVEA-Tri-Hi-Y 4.
HEPLER, BARBARA-Chorus I-2, Library Club 3-4.
HERBST, IRMA-Chorus l-2, Trireme Business 4, Maiorette I-2-3-4,
Sr. Play Crew.
HILEMAN, ADA-Trireme Business 4, Sr. Play Cast, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
HILEMAN, RUTH-Trireme Business 4, Orchestra 2, Library Club I-2-3-4,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Jr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Crew.
HOPPER, JAMES-Band I-2-3-4, Orchestra I-2-3-4, Penn Ford His-
HUDEK, RICHARDS-Basketball 2-3-4.
HUSAR, ANDREW-Football 2.
HUSTON, MILDRED-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 4,
Latin Club I-2, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play Crew, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
INGRAM, JUDY-Trireme Business 4, Chorus l, Library Club 3-4.
ISEMAN, RUTH-Glass-lp 4, Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2, Gregg
Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
JONES, FLOY-lntramurals 4.
KAMAS, LAWRENCE-Patrol Boys 2.
KANE, HELEN-Glass-lp 4, Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2, Gregg Club
4, Cor. Sec., Jr. Play Cast, lntramurals I-2-3-4.
KENDRA, WILLIAM-Student Council I-3, Chorus 2, Stamp Club 2, Jr.
Play Cast, Sr. Play Cast, Track 2.
KING, CAROLYN-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 4,
F. T. A. 3-4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4, Sr. Play Cast and Crew.
KLINE, LUCINDA-Trireme Business 4, Chorus I, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4.
KLINGENSMITH, DOROTHY-Trireme Business 4, Chorus I, Gregg
Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4, Jr. Play Crew, Sr. Play Cast, Intramurals I-2-3-4.
KLINGENSMITH, LOIS-Trireme Business 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-4, Jr. Play
Crew, Sr. Play Crew, Intramurals I-2.
KLINGENSMITH, WAYNE-lntramurals I-2.
KNELL, ROBERT-Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus I, Band I-2-3-4, Orchestra
'I-2-3-4, M. M. M. 4, Penn Ford Historians I, Jr. Flay Cast, Sr. Play Cast,
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KOVACIK, PAUL-Trireme Editorial 45 Chorus 15 Band I-2-3-45 Or-
chestra 2-35 M. M. M. 3-45 Hobby Club 25 Penn Ford Junior Historians 15
Jr. Play Cast.
KUNKLE, BETTY-Spanish Club 15 Jr. Class Play Cast5 Chorus 1-25
Trireme Editorial 4.
LANDON, JOAN-Student Council 2-45 Chorus I-25 Cheerleader 1-2-3-
45 Jr. Play Crew5 Sr. Play Crew.
LAZAROFF, MATTHEW-Student Council 15 Chorus 2-3-45 M. M. M.
3-4, Vice Pres. 45 Sr. Play Cast5 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 3-45 Track 2.
LETTRICH, JOSEPH-Trireme Business 45 Chorus 1-2-3-4, Custodian5
Sr. Play Cast and Crew 4.
LIVENGOOD, RICHARD-Student Council 35 Chorus I-2-3-45 Sr. Play
Crew 45 Basketball I-2-3-4.
LONBERGER, THOMAS-Band 1-2-3-4, Librarian5 Orchestra 1-2-3-45
Latin Club 1-25 Track 15 Intramurals 4.
MARASCO, MARY ELLEN--Trireme Business 45 Chorus 15 Hobby Club
25 Library Club 4.
MARKBY, FLORENCE-Trireme Editorial 45 Band 1-2-3-45 Orchestra
1-2-3-45 Gregg Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
MAZUREK, MARLENE-Chorus 1-25 Tri-Hi-Y 3-4.
McELFRESI-I, DONNA-Student Council 15 Chorus 1, Accompanist5 Band
1-2-3-45 Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Vice Pres.5 M. M. M. 3-4, Pres. 45 National
Honor Society 3-45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Latin Club I-25 G. A. A. 35 Intramurals 1-2-3-
McGUIRE, FRED-Chorus 15 Hobby Club 25 Patrol Boys 1.
McGUIRE, PETE-Football 2-45 Basketball 15 Intramurals 4.
MELEASON, EDWARDS-Student Council 1-4, Treas. 45 Band I-2-3-45
Orchestra 1-2-3-45 Hobby Club 2.
MIKULA, NANCY-Glass-Ip 3-45 Trireme Business 4.
MILLER, MARION-Tri-Hi-Y 25 Sr. Play Crew 45 Intramurals 2.
MONROE, MARY LOUISE-Glass-Ip I-2-3-4, Ass't. Editor 4, News Ed-
itor 35 Library Club 3-45 Tri-Hi-Y 3-45 Latin Club 1-25 Cheerleader 1-2-3-45
Freshman Play5 Jr. Play, Student Director5 Sr. Play Cast.
MOORE, EILEEN-Trireme Business 45 Chorus I-25 Penn Ford Historians
1-25 Latin Club 1-25 Jr. Play Crew5 Sr. Play Crew5 G. A. A. 3-45 Intramurals
MOORE, JAMES-Student Council 1-25 Football 1-2-3-45 Baseball 2-3-45
MORDA, JEROME-Chorus 1.
MORRISON, GALIN-Orch. 2.
MYERS, HAROLD-Band 1,2,3,45 Orch. 1-2-3-45 Latin Club 1-2.
NOVAK, JOSEPH-Trireme Editorial 45 Chorus 2-3-4, Student Director
3-45 M. M. M. 3-45 Sr. Play Cast.
ONOFREY, JOSEPH--Student Council 15 Intramurals 1-2-3-4.
PACUCH, ANTOINETTE-Chorus 15 Library Club 2-3-45 Sr. Play Crew5
PELLA, ALBERT-Football 25 Intramurals 1-2-3-4.
PELTZ, JOANNE-Gregg Club 45 G. A. A. 2, Vice Pres.5 Intramurals
PEPPLER, ROSEMARY-Gregg Club 4.
PERPICH, SARA-Student Council 1-2-3-45 Chorus 15 Gregg Club 45
Cheerleader 1-2-3-45 G. A. A. 3-45 Class Sec. 2-3.
RANSOM, BETTY-Trireme Business 45 Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Maiorette
I-2-3-45 G. A. A. 3-45 Intramurals 3-4.
REARICK, WILLIAM-Chorus I5 Orch. I-2-3-45 M. M. M. 4.
REMIS, ROSE-Chorus 1-2.
RICE, JOSEPH-Intramurals 3-4.
RITCHEY, PATRICIA-Gregg Club 45 Cheerleader I-2-3-4.
RITCHEY, LILLIAN-Chorus I-2.
ROSENBERGER, CRAIG-Student Council 1-2-3-4, Pres. 45 Glass-Ip
1-2-3-4, Feature Editor5 National Honor Society 3-45 Spanish Club 1-25
Freshman Play, Student Director5 Jr. Play Cast and Crew5 Baseball 3-4.
ROVNYAK, JAMES-Student Council 3, Vice Pres.5 Chorus 1-2-3-45
M. M. M. 3-45 Basketball 2-35 Track 25 Intramurals 4.
RUGH, RUSSELL-Jr. Play Cast and Crew5 Football 1-2-3-45 Intramu-
RUSTON, MARGARET-Student Council 2-3-45 Glass-lp 45 Chorus 1-25
Gregg Club 45 F. T. A. 35 Cheerleader 1-2-3-45 Intramurals 2-3-4.
SCHAFFER, CAROLE-Student Council 2-3-45 Chorus I5 Band I-2-3-4,
Sec. 45 Orch. I-25 M. M. M. 45 Gregg Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 'l5 Latin Club 15
Freshman Play5 Sr. Play Cast5 G. A. A. 3-4, Treas.5 Intramurals I-2-3-4.
SCHIFFGENS, THOMAS-Trireme Editorial 4.
SCHMAUS, ANTOINETTE-Chorus 1-2.
SCHMAUS, MARGARET-Chorus 1-25 Student Council 1-25 Intramurals
SCHRECENGOST, GAIL-Student Council 1-45 Library Club 3-45 Jr.
Play Cast and Crew5 Sr. Play, Student Director5 G. A. A. 3-4, Sec. 35 In-
SCHRECENGOST, ROGER-Intramurals 1-2-3.
SCHNITZLER, ROBERT-Intramurals 3.
SHEDWICK, LAWRENCE-Trireme Editorial 45 Hobby Club 2.
SHOEMAKER, JAMES-Freshman Play5 Jr. Play Cast5 Football I-2-3-4.
SHOOP, DONNA-Trireme Editorial 45 Chorus 1-25 Gregg Club 4.
SILVIS, ROBERTA-Chorus 3-45 Tri-Hi-Y 1-2-3-45 G. A. A. 3-45 Intra-
SMELTZER, HELEN-Tri-Hi-Y 2-35 G. A. A. 3-45 Intramurals 2-3-4.
SMULIK, BERNARD-Football 15 Basketball 15 Intramurals I.
SOLAK, ROSEMARIE-Chorus I-25 Gregg Club 45 Library Club 3.
SPENCER, DAVID-Band 1-2-3-45 Penn Ford Historians 1-25 Intramurals
SPERL, LORETTA-Trireme Business 45 Chorus I5 Tri-Hi-Y 25 G. A. A. 35
STEWART, JOSEPH--Student Council 2-3-45 Sr. Class Vice Pres.5 Glass-
Ip 3-4, Sports Editor5 Basketball 1-2-3-4.
STEWART, WAYNE-Football I-2-3-45 Basketball 1-25 Baseball 2-3-4.
STITT, JANET-Chorus 1-25 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3-45 Sr. Play Crew.
STOLAR, MARLENE-Chorus I-25 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Intramurals 2-3.
SZUL, EUGENE-Student Council 15 Trireme Business 45 Sr. Play Crew.
SZYBKA, FLORENCE-Trireme Business 45 Library Club 35 F. T. A. 3-45
Jr. Play Crew5 Sr. Play Cast.
TENORWICZ, HENRY-Football 2-3-45 Basketball I-25 Baseball 2-3-45
TOUSSAINT, JUDITH-Glass-lp 3, Art Editor5 Trireme Art Editor5 Gregg
Club 45 Jr. Play Cast and Crew5 Sr. Play Crew5 Intramurals 1.
UTLEY, HARRIET-Trireme Business 45 Penn Ford Historians 25 Latin Club
25 Jr. Play Crew.
VALASEK, JOHN-Baseball 3-4.
VALEK, JOHN-Jr. Play Cast and Crew5 Football 1-2-35 Intramurals 1.
WALKER, RUTH-Chorus 15Tri-Hi-Y I.
WARE, ROBERT-Band I-2-35 Student Council 15 Football I-2-3-45
Basketball 2-3-45 Baseball 35 Track 1.
WELCH, SALLY-Student Council 15 Band 1-2-3-45 Orch. 1-2-3-45
M. M. M. 3-45 National Honor Society 3-45 Latin Club 1-25 Freshman Play5
Jr. Play Cast5 Sr. Play Crew5 G. A. A. 3-45 Intramurals 1-2-3-4.
WOODSIDE, HELEN-Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2-4.
YASSEM, MAXINE-Student Council 15 Glass-Ip 4, Bookkeeper5 Gregg
Club 4, Recording Sec.5 Tri-Hi-Y 1.
YOUNG, JUDITH-Band 1-2-35 Orch. 1-2-35 Gregg Club 45 Intramurals
ZAHRADNIK, JOYCE-Student Council 3-4, Vice Pres. 45 Gregg Club 45
ZAHRADNIK, LOUIS-Intramurals 2-3-4.
ZANETTI, .IOAN-Trireme Business 45 Chorus 15 Library Club 2-35 Tri-
Hi-Y 2-35 Jr. Play Crew.
ZERMANE, ALBERT-Patrol Boy 15 Football 2-3-45 Intramurals 2-3.
ZIMMERMAN, VICTOR--Student Council 3-45 Glass-lp 1-2-35 National
Honor Society 3-45 Intramurals 45 Class Pres. 3-4.
lFord City Versionl
by the Class of 1956
These two bars are not from Beethoven or Bach but from the "Sweet Music"
PPG pflyays yearly to those employees making glass at Ford City.
just listen to it- from the first 510,000,000 payroll sound, produced by the
workers who made the Glass of 1949, all the way up to the near 319,000,000 which
the Glass of 1955 sounded off.
May the Glass of 1956 which will be turned out by the PPG family at Ford
City go forth in such volume and quality as will bring continued prosperity to
not only our employees but also to the entire community . . . still more "Sweet
Music" to all of us.
P ITT S B U RG H
PLATE GLASS COMPANY
New and re-elected officers are, left to right, seated: John Spera, financial secretary, John
Kanzlmar, vice-president of Works Four, Sam Saloum, president, Leonard Lawrence, chair-
man, John Pavlik, vice-president of Works Six, standing: William King, trustee, Karl Miller,
recording secretary, Floyd Delong, vice-chairman, Robert Mechling, trustee, Francis Quartz,
trustee, ond Joseph Giardino, inner guard.
UNITED CLASS AND
FORD CITY LOCAL 14
624-630 THIRD AVENUE FORD clrv, PENNsvLvANiA
Before you decide on thot new kitchen, be sure to see
FLYNN'S selection of Youngstown Steei Kitchens.
Rose Marie Komos is showing samples of some of the
beautiful rugs carried by GREENBAUM'S.
B'9e'0" Swww Fi?
KLINGENSMITH DRUG STORE
Ford Street Ford City
MELLON NATIONAL BANK 84
Ford City Oltice
PETROLEUM SALES COMPANY
Toys, Hobby Lines, Giftware, and
825 Fifth Avenue
All types ot photographic work.
The photographs for this book
were taken by Mr. Coftman.
You are always welcome at
PEOPLE'S BANK OF FORD CITY
where complete, courteous and efficient
service is always available.
MCNUTT AGENCY INC.
Complete insurance service
Fire -- Life - Casualty
For beautiful carpeting or kitchen
floor coverings, you will get the best
McKEAN'S FLOOR COVERING
lO7-l09 North Jetterson Street
CARl.EY'S VARIETY STORE
Visit our soda fountain and lunch counter
Sandwiches - Sunclaes - Sodas
WALTER BALL - .IEWELER
Watches - Diamonds
Cameras and Photo Supplies
Phone 62-8071 Ford City
The people of Ford Cliff find
a very friendly place to shop.
Why don't you try?
HEILMAN E. BAILEY
HEILMAN AND BAILEY
SHOES AND HOSIERY
Ford Street Ford City
After football and basketball games
meet the crowd at the
FORD CITY DAIRY CENTER
A good place to buy flowers tor your
dances, wedding, or other occasions.
Ferns, Palms, and Sheltlera
You can find a card tor every occasion
in the large assortment carried by
FORD CITY NEWS
316 Ford Street Ford City
To get the most out of your car,
have it serviced at
rf , . 'sw
Wash and dry clothes the modern way with
a General Electric Automatic Washer and
Clothes Dryer. Your choice of five colors.
SALES AND SERVICE
904 Fourth Avenue Ford City
LASHER AND BISH MOTORS
WILLYS AND NASH CARS
Drive the 1956 Nash
WorId's Finest Travel Car
For fine furniture,
carpets, and rugs,
200 Market Street Kittanning
THE FORD CITY PHARMACY
is the place for that
refreshing stop after school.
Beautity your lawn
with trees and shrubs
FRANCIS G. BEERE
More families buy
than any other make.
Gas - Coal - Oil
O'Connor and Fourth Avenue
With courtesy of
166 N. McKean Street
Fifth Avenue and Eleventh Street
We carry a complete stock
of groceries and meat.
Call and we will deliver.
Located along the River Road at
R.C.A. - Philco - Admiral
Service on all makes.
1004 Fifth Avenue Ford City
When you have that very special gift to buy,
be sure to visit
Ford Street Ford City
Meats - our specialty
You save two ways - good meat, and
S 81 H Green Stamps.
McGRANN FOOD MARKET
ALTMAN DRY CLEANERS
.Agia swf- sow
For quick and courteous service
bring your clothes to
ALTMAN'S DRY CLEANERS
"your clothes' best friend!!"
It you have a trucking or
delivery problem, stop in and see
O. K. HEILMAN, INC.
W. A. C. B.
Music - News - Sports
. The high school crowd likes to go to
Studios in Kiffanning h h
w ere t ey can get
and Ford City
candy, pop, and Meadow Gold lce Cream.
FORD CITY FINANCE
Loans S20 - S600
E. V. Haywood - Manager
ii Telephone - 62-2091
SHUMAKER CHEVROLET '
would be very pleased to have you come in 412 Ninfh Street
and fest-drive the new CHEVROLET for l956. Ford City, Pennsylvania
Our students can be certain
that they will arrive safely
because they- ride in
ABE MYERS BUSES
For the best
in women's apparel
Ford Street Ford City
For complete insurance protection
D. L. DUFF AGENCY
D. L. DUFF J. KENNETH DUFF
ANDY'S MARKET will soon be opening
a new shopping center in the Hansotte Plan.
409 Ninth Street Ford City
Our pa from
A.A.A. of Kittanning
Acme Motors of Kittanning
American Slovak Store
Armstrong County Building and Loan
Bellwood Auto Service
Brightmyer's Service Station
Brown's Boot Shop
Clover Farm Store
Chuck Sanders Grocery
Dr. James Allison
Dr. Paul Opalka, Optometrist
Dr. Ted Rupert
Dr. H. W. Shatter
Dr. Charles W. Thompson
Dr. Paul J. Watson
Dorothy's Beauty Salon
Ed Bernot Barber Shop
Edward J. Steiner, Attorney at Law
Einstein 81 Campbell Men's Clothing Store
Ford City Electric Company
Ford City National Bakery
Floyd L. Campbell
F. W. Woolworth Company
G. C. Murphy
Gladys Rupert Barber Shop
Harry W. McCauley Agency
Helm's Service Station
Hutchinson's Jewelry Store
Irene's Beauty Shop
Jageman Heating and Roofing
Julius Steiner Agency
Karps Jewelry Store
Krizmanich and Smith
Lefkofsky's Men's and Boys' Clothing Store
Mary's Clothing Shop
Mateer's Shoe Store
M 8. M Service Station
Paul's Auto Parts
J. W. Thompson
Tri-County Typewriter Comp
Vision Radio 8. TV Repair Service
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