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

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Photographer Delmar Printing Company 2 5a51e of Contents Administration Seniors Underdaswnen Activities hAu9c Features !KthIetics Advertisements and Faculty 3 Dedication We, the graduating class of 1959 wish to dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Joseph Frick, custodian of Ford City High School. We have known him for his kindness and willingness to help in any situation. Joe, as he is known to most of us, has never failed to offer help with the proms, Snowbolls, or plays. We hope that this yearbook will be a small token of appreciation for his help. 4 911 Memoriam Kenneth George lseman was born April 12, .1941 and taken from us on June 27, 1956. This quiet, pleasant boy will always be re- membered and loved by his friends of the Class of l959. We hope that this yearbook will serve as a lasting memorium to him. 5 V AnmlNls1RA1loN, Bock Row: Samuel Yount, William Emmonds, William Thornton, D. L. Dufff, Albert R. Pechan. Front Row: Andrew F. Shawl, John Mclntosh, W. T. Allison, Floyd DeLong, Margaret Mangavin, Sec- retary, Charles l-l. Boarts, Absent. Boarcl of Sclucafion ,M .,..w""' MISS MONGAVIN MISS MECHLING Secretary of Board Secretary of Superintendant 8 MRS. KETTL and MRS. WALKER Mr. Miller's secretaries. WILLIS A. BAUM Superintendent of Schools Mr. Baum is the administrator of the Ford City School System carrying out the educa- tional program established by the state in ac- cordance with the wishes of the local board. RAYMOND E. MILLER Principal Along with the duties as principal, Mr. Miller has also been an advisor, instructor, and friend to all of us in Ford City High School. in Robert T. Adams lndustrial Arts B.S. M.Ed. California S. T. C. Univ. of Pittsburg Margaret G. Aubrey U. S. History B.S. Duquesne University Sara Ethel Baker Social Studies B.A. Westrninister College Estelle F. Beckwith Mathematics B.S. M.Ed. Univ. of Pitt r h f . 7 , Q, W f . Marilyn Bowser Dental Hygienist Temple University Lewis A. Buyers Science Math. B.S. Indiana S. T. C. ll IQ. 13 712 ' Paul J. Caruso Mathematics B.S. M.Ed. Clarion S. T. C. Univ. of Pittsburgh Walter Charley Driver Training Social Studies B.S. indiana S. T. C. John J. Christy Health Physical Education A.B. Elon College Margaret Claypool Guidance Director B.S. M.Ed. Indiana S. T. C. Univ. of Pittsburgh Elizabeth C. Cogley English ll AB. Westminister College Henry Dietz Home and School Visitor B.S. M.Ed. ldiana S. T. C. Univ. of Pittsburgh Thomas Dongilla Art B.S. Indiana S. T. C. Penn State University I Besse Ekis Civics Clarion S. T. C. Julianne Gordill English Spanish B.S. Lock Haven S. T. C. Charles E. Gregory Mathematics B.S. M.Ed. Grove City College Univ. of Pittsburgh Lois B. Green Alfred S. LoAlbo 12? Typing Health 5.5. Physical Education Temple Univ. Slippery Rock S. T. C. 35- .so Chester Gurski Anna Longwell , General Mathematics Sewing . Ji, X' Algebra I , l ill Indiana S. T. C. B.S. Margaret Maxeiner Robert R. Hamilton Latin Biology-Science Senior English Westminster College Grove CitY COUGQG B S B A Daryl Lewis Johnson Bookkeeping Jean McCleary Commercial Math. Librarian Grove City College Clarion S. T, C 12 T? -ml' Josephine Myers History Math Indiana S. T. C. Suzanne Myers English Social Studies B.A. Grove City Martha Painter English B.A. Univ. of Pittsburgh Michael Petronchek Instrumental Music B.S. M.Ed. Indiana S. T. C. Pennsylvania State Univ. Katherine S. Pliscof Commercial B.S. Univ. of Pittsburgh Jessie Rhines Geography Clarion S. T. C. Hubert B. Rupert Biology Health B.S. M.A. Univ. of Illinois Univ. of Pittsburgh Stanley L. Scanlon English B.S. Indiana S. T. C. -f if-. ' . .1 ah x N. t sz f -2 S I ... g A . .. . i :I ffvi"f..W ,J -Jw " Rgsistgiisfs It . NW. wk ,gt 3 N . c 'X X sf Q 3? I Q y, if--Q-we-'anew 4r...-- S, r E . sus B.. Lf Y X355 'il un' uw-i .nu ng fu w 75 'e I Il T it ir i- nl Z, D ll x H, X .f if iii. 'Z ,N ms, ls. is S ei Ei 1.4.21-.K 2. 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McClelland Music Education Indiana State Teachers College Student Teacher John Moore Geography Indiana State Teachers College Student Teacher K1 YE? Adelia Zdonowski Library Science U. S. History Clarion State Teachers College Student Teacher -iv-wi m1.f.1.f - ft: 1.g,ff,,f'.:-1s,':1 .ff-,X-L, me 2r .1i,f.smwv -22 ygyg,:?h-iv ,saws ,. ,W Ewftfr Mr. Bowser, Mrs Hellgren Mr Frick ,J rlkgim. e5,3gg,qgz1:g-13:-ff..: sw ., .4 . me ,, X 1 1 , E Wi, ll i i . J 8? 'W' ' Sllss-ijffizgsv if . A is 1 -3 Q f, is p i f wi ,Q ,wmv , fffzg . 1 mwirfl ' i i A ,E K " i ff? ,, s .f.::t ggi e fy, a s ' t . i e 5' , ii 'K-r"' ll 'I I :ll 9 u w. If A ,, t- ,pl-:kg-. I W . ' -452552, ,WMM .. ri, M' S r ff. 3 Q5 fl ss, Front Row-Mrs. Kovach, Mr. Emery Bock Row-Mr. Cogley, Mr. Flick, Mr. Kovalovsky I6 Senior Class Advisors--Left to Right: Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Geist, Mr. Wallace, Mrs. Baker, Mr. Sowers. I wuz... K, Sophomore Class Advisors-Sect ed: Miss Myers, Mrs. Longwell Mrs. Moxeiner Mrs. Aubrey Standing: Mr. Hamilton, Mr Dongilla. J r ff ,r ,' I , V, .1 V, ,fi 1 f 1 1 R PATRICIA AITES-"Pot" Usually found in 3lO . . . likes to read and watch T.V .... says her favorite subject is chemistry . . future "lady in white". PATRICIA ALLENSWORTH-"Pat" Claims Latin is her favorite l?l sub- ject . . . neat dresser and ready smile combine to make a friendly miss . . , will attend nursing school after grad- uation. LARRY BECK-"Larry" Usually seen around 302 . . . one of our smarter lads . . . member of the Slide Rule Club . . . likes physics . . , plans to attend college after graduation . . . friendly to all. HELEN ANGEHR-"Helen" Faithful Tri-Hi-Y member . . . wants to see the world . . . usually seen running from 3l0 to 3l4 . . . en- joys English and reading . . . future nurse. JAMEE BICANOVSKY-"Beechnut" Can really play that accordion . . . English IV is tops with him . . . member of the F.T.A .... wants to go to college after graduation . . . real nice to know. 20 THOMAS BIELSKI-"Pollock" Faithful member of the National Guard-alias "Weekend Warriors" . . . football letterman . . . claims math is his favorite subject . . . varsity chorus . . . last of the seven. DEANNA BECK--"Deanna" Bookkeeping rates high on her list of favorite subiects . . . playing the piano is her hobby . . . faithful member of Home Ec. Club . . . plans on attending business school. KAREN BECK-"5h0YfY" Thinks John is the "most" . . . deserving of her nickname. Active chorus member . . . Future p!ans?? nursing . . . ask her about her week at Grove City College last summer. FRANK BOWER-"Chas" Whiz in Algebra Il and Trigll . .. Avid member of the Slide Rule Club . . . A true sportsmen who enjoys fishing . . . Hobbies include stamp collecting and eating . . . Future undecided. ROSEMARY BEUTH-"Rosie" Wants to enjoy her "hard earned" freedom after graduation. Active in intramurals . . . Real "cut-up" in gym class . . . Really loves her chew- ing gum! DONALD BOWSER-"Don" A friendly lad usually seen around 302 . . . A regular outdoorsrnan who enioys hunting . . . Thinks typ- ing is tops . . . Plans are to attend a technical school after graduation. 21 THOMAS BOYD-"Tom" Just loves hunting, fishing, and archery . . . oh, those blue eyesl! . . . hard running member of the track team . . . Future plans include college . . . Quiet-till you get to know him. THERESA BICANOVSKY-"Terry" A future homemaker . . . Active in G.A.A .... Thinks Senior Science is tops!! Member of the Trireme Business Staff . . . Spencls her spare time with Ken. JANE BOWSER--"Jane" Hails from Cadogan . . . Quiet till you get to know her . . . enjoyed Drivers Training!! Future Suzie Mac Namara . . . BARBARA BORDICK-"Barb" Rightfully deserves the title of "Most Attractive" . . . Pleasing smile . . . May attend college or become a secretary . . . Snappy head major- ette . . . Capable secretary of the Varsity Chorus. DAVID BROWN-"Brownie" One of our hunters . . . loves his 3rd period Physics class . . . faithful member of the Student Council . . . a three-letter man . . . oh, that curly hair . . . college bound. 22 GEORGE BRANDEBURG-"Brandy" Rightfully deserves the title "Pret- tiest Smile" . . . Ace trumpet player . . . loves those typing classes . . . washes cars at Brightmeyers , . . likes to fish . . . an undecided fu- ture . . . friendly to all. JACK BROWN--"Brownie" Tall lad from room 302 . . . A college bound lad who aspires to be a teacher . . . member of the Slide Rule Club . . . loves those typing classes. NORMA BOWSER-"Norma Jean" Clerks in G. C. Murphy , . . uses lots of lead writing to penepals . . . enjoys English . . . plans to attend beautician school. LINDA BREWER-"Lin" A true "Southern Belle" . . . Thinks football and Harry are tops'l Forever saying, "Oh my goshl" . . . Well known for her constant smile and sparkling eyes. RICHARD BROWN-"Dick" Hails from room 303 . . . A real speed demon in typing cIass?? . . . member of the Slide Rule Club . . . says his hobby is hunting . . . wants to go to college. 1 of .1 ei i.i MARGUERITE BRlGHTMEYER- "Margie" Striking "Drum Majaretteu . . . Business Manager of Trireme . . Devotes much time to Tri-Hi-Y . . Gal with the "Most Leadership" ., College bound!! RONALD BU RDETT-"Ron" Claims his 4:00 class is his fav- orite . . . Archery is his hobby . , . Will ga to college after graduation . . . Quiet?? . . . full of fun and nice to all. 23 LAWRENCE CACURAK-"La rry" Can be seen around room 309 . . , his hobby is loafing . . . bookkeeping is tops with him . . . plans to join the service after graduation. SALLY BRYAN-"Sally" Loves that English class . . . Short- est girl in the Senior class . . . Active Tri-Hi-Y member . . . sings soprano in Varsity Chorus . . . Has a smile for everyone. JOANN E CHARN EY-"Joanne" Able library assistant . . . Really loves to pound the keyboard . . . Can cook her way to a man's heart! . . . Sports enthusiast . , . Quiet. i PATRICIA CHIMKA-"Pat" Has a mad passion-for typing!!! . . . Oh, those big blue eyes . . . Will keep some male patients happy . . . Ford City's best l?l driver . . . En- joys her job at the Cadet. EUGENE CAPIZZI-"Gene" Hangs his hat in 303 . . . One of the hill-toppers . . . Loves his physics class!! . . . College bound . . . Nice smile . . . Quiet-till you get to know him! 24 STEVE CACURAK- "Phoebe Goodheortu World History is tops with him . . . Active member on the Trireme Business Staff . . . His hobbies are selling cards and cooking . . . Wants to attend a cooking school after grad- uation . . . Quiet?? TOM CIEPLY-"Cip" One ot our letterrnen . . . would like to attend college . . . Deserves the title "Most Attractive" . . . Likes his study halls . . . Member of the Slide Rule Club. JOAN COGLEY-"Joan" A future homemaker of America . . . member of the Sewing Club . . . her hobbies are babysitting and sports , . . thinks Home Ec. is tops . , . will attend Beautician School , , . nice to know. ELEANOR DANHOF-"El" Favorite class, Art??, naturally . . . forever giggling . . . future plans- marriage . . . loves to draw and point. VERA CROYLE-"Jean" Only senior who plans to be a WAVE . . . enjoys Home Ec. . . . Oh, that wavy hair! Loves sports . . . claims baby-sitting is her favorite past-time. DALTON FARESTER-"Dal" Spends his leisure time hunting and swimming . . . likes his typing classes . . . another one of our letter- men . . . his future is undecided . . . nice to all. 25 ROBERT CUJAS-"Cui" A good-looking chap who thinks mechanical drawing is tops . . . his favorite past-times are hunting and fishing . . . faithful to the varsity chorus . . . will join the Navy after graduation. .-4 li .ss X FRED FENNELL--"Fred" Likes those typing classes .I . . has a part-time job at Murpheys . '. . will join the service after graduation . . . quiet . . . until you get tO kr1OW him. GLORIA DANIELS-"Gloria" JAMES GONGOLA-"Gola" Quiet till you get to know her , . . Member of the Slide Rule and claims English is her favorite subject Sl'0mD Clubs . . . loves those physics , . , plans for the future include classes . . . will attend college after marriage and Ken. graduation . . . there's always a laugh when he's around. ELIZABETH DELP-"Blondie" ROBERT GREEN-"Elvis" Well deserving is her nickname Faithful Band member for four ...favorite past-timehis writing let- years . , . will study music after ters to that certain soldier . . . spends school . . . varsity chorus for three all of her spare time baby-sitting. years . . , Spanish is tops with him . . . collects pictures of airplanes . . . friendly lad. .ze JUDITH DAVIS-"Judy" A very sane QD driver . . . loves to dance . . . Oh, those big blue eyesl! . . . will make someone an efficient secretary . . . claims short- hand is her favorite subject. JAMES HANSOTTE-"Hans" Favorite subject is physics . . . college bound . . . his hobbies are ham radio and automobiles . . . a member of the Slide Rule Club for three years . . . master of "Magic Chefs". PATRICIA DIETZ-"Pat" SUSAN DITTMER-"Dir" Helped "mastermind" STUQQ for A future airline hostess . . . A the past two years . . . Gets a big I'E'Ol CUY-UD in fYDl"lQ - - - Forever thrill from sports . . , Loves to drive W"lfl"'Q l9ff9'S to GGVYWGNY - V - WON- l?l the Ford . . . Forever laughing der why?? . . . Loves to make noisefl and kidding around . , . Our best dancer??? . . . college bound. CAROL FISCUS-"Carol" ROBERT HAZEN-"Hardy" One of our active co-editors of the Our "Most Intellectual" . . , Enioys Glass-lp . . . Always smiling . . . a his typing classes . . . Another of real hard worker who gets things our letterman . . . His hobby is sports done . . . Hangs her hat in 3lO . . . . . . Member of the band . . . Faith- Future l.S.T.C, student. ful to the Latin club . . . College bound. 27 KENNETH HARTMAN-"Ken" Interested in sports . . . Faithful member of the Slide Rule Club . . . Hangs his hat in a locker of 302 . . . Halls from the hill . , , Nice to know. WESLEY HEILMAN-"Wes" Colorguard for the bond for 3 years , , . Trireme Business Staff , . . Likes physics . . . His hobby is amateur radio . . . Will attend college after graduation. CAROLYN FLICKINGER-"Flicker" This quiet lass hails from 303 . . . Spend her spare time writing let- ters, looting, and talking . , . Would like to be one of our future nurses . . . Active in F.N.A., G.A.A., and Tri-Hi-Y. MARY JO GALLO-"Josie" JACK HUBBARD-"Jack" Hard-working editor ot the Tri- Member of the Tumbling Club . . . reme . . . Treasurer of the Student Favorite subjects are gym and health Council . . . Her hand and a pen . . . works at Andy's Market . . . can do miracles . . . Member of the Will attend college after graduation National Honor Society . . . College . . . Friendly to all, bound. X CHARLOTTE GEIGER-"Charlie" l-las a lively sense of humor . . . Another of our future ladies in white . . . Avid sports fan . . . Ask her about her summer swimming lessonsll . . . one of the ten. JOSEPH HUSAR-"Goose" FRANKLIN JACO One of our automobile fC2F1S . . - The other half of the Jaco brothers Friendly and Dleosonl to Oll A - - MOV . . . a true sports lover . . . student be SEED driving O blue COCllllGC . . , fnqngger of fgotbgll A , A hqngg his plans tO lOin One Of The Clubs headed hat in 303 . . . likes to tease . . . by Uncle Som. active in intramurals. 28 PATRICIA GIBSON-"Pat" President of the Triel-li-Y . . . Thinks chemistry is tops . . . one of our Future Home Makers of America . . . Plans to attend beautician school . . . Has a smile for everyone. KAY GIRT-"Kay" This quiet loss plans to become an X-ray technician , , . Spare time is spent writing letters to Japan... Top subject is shorthand . . . Active vice-president of the Tri-Hi-Y . . . Nice to know. FREDERICK JACO-"Fred" An outdoorsman who likes to hunt and fish . . . Gym rates high with him . , . Plans to work or join the Navy after graduation . . . Oh, those curly eye-lashes. G .r . t i fi H e' l ELIZABETH GLADYS-"Betty" STANLEY JANKOWSKI-"Stan" ANDREW KAHAT-"KrokaI"' Either talking on the phone or Claims health is his favorite sub- A handsome and popular senior writing letters . . . Claims she likes ject . . . Likes to collect money as who can usually be found working all her classes . . . Undecided about a hobby . . . Undecided about the at Demitrys . . .Claims he likes hunt the future , . . Active in clubs , . . future . . . Active member of Tum- ing ll-lunting what?J We wonder! .. Our bestedressed doll. bling Club and track team. Our "Best Dressed" senior boy. 29 MARY GREENE-"Greenie" Forever spouting witty remarks . . . Really dangerous behind the wheel of the Olds! . . . Really keeps the soprano se:tion in stitches . . , VP. of Tri-Hi-Y . . , Everyone's Buddy. MARIAN HELD-"Marion" DALE KERR--"Kerr" One of our high-stepping Major- Will ioin the armed forces . . ettes . . . Make-up editor of the An asset to Altman Dry Cleaners. . . Glass-lp . . . Staunch ally of Mr. Thinks typing class is tops . . . Can Thompson in Varsity Chorus . . . be seen cruising in the red and white Small but mighty! . . . Forever talk- station wagon. ing. RAYMOND KIJOWSKI-"Ray" One of the lads who likes his book- keeping . . . Claims collecting records and loafing are his hobbies . . . Plans to enter college , . . One of our real neat dressers. MARGARET HILL-"Margie" Has a lively personality . , . Don't you wish you had her Q'QQl4e? - - ' Speeds around in that white Ford , . . Claims English as her favorite subject . , . One of Mrs. Pliscoffs girls . . . One of the ten. 30 GAIL HOPPER-"Gail" One of our faithful band members . . . Likes sports . . . A mad maniac in that white Ford . . . One of PIiscoff's errand girls . . . Will attend Robert Morris Business School . , . One of the ten. JUDITH HORNYAK-"Judy" Future Florence Nightingale . . . Has loads of school spirit , . .Ambi- tious member of Varsity Chorus . . . Exchange Editor of Glass-ip . . .Spends spare time writing letters and reading . . . Quiet??? ROBERT KING-"King" l-las no ambition to join the armed forces . , . Enjoys hunting and swim- ming . . , Member of Slide Rule Club , . , Thinks Spanish class is tops?-Si, senorll . . . Keeps his classmates in stitchesll DARLENE JOHNSTON-"Darlene" Wants a short engagement and long marriage to Carl . . . Claims English as favorite subject , . , ls faithfully found working at the News- tand everyday . . 4 Love that curly block hair! EDWARD KING-"Ed" Even under the different aliases of "Two-gun," "Elvis," or "Shadrack," his favorite subject is Physicsll , . . Loves Hi-Fi and dreams about fishing or ice-skating . , . Future - Air Force or Colle-ge?? his it ':,' 5' ies ,f GERALD KI NG-"Jerry" CAROLE KNOTTEK-"Ca role" l-las a riot in Typing class . . . A A future "angel in white" . . future admiral in Uncle Sam's Navy Loves to b0lJYSlT A - - EVUOYS Sports . . , , , Enjoys repairing his "broken- active in clubs . . . President of Quill down" motor scooterll . . . l-longs his and Scroll . . . one of our better hat in 302. 31 drivers??? . . . One of the ten. KATHERINE KUCHTA--"Kathy" GRACE LANG-"Grace" Real active Student Council mem- Another of our future nurgeg , , , ber . . . Avid sports fan . . . Aspires Nice girl who enioys ??? Latin and to be a Medical Technician . . . Presis Home Ec . . . Active in Tri-Hi-Y and dent of G.A.A .... Glass-lp reporter Future Nurses Club . . . Likes driving . . . Mr, Petronchek's ace trumpet that De Soto!!! player , . . One of the ten. l THOMAS KNIGHT-"Fuzz" PATRICIA LLOYD--"Patty" Ask him about being on T.V .,.. A ready smile is an outstanding Ace trumpeter in the band . . . Spins fegfure of this lass from 309 . , . fCCOVdS fOr fl'1C HY" CIOUCCS . - - Clulfe Claims English is her favorite subject The SIWOYD dresser . - . drivGS 0 . . . Plans to get a job aftcr gradua- "mean" Buick??? , . . a ladies man. tion . , . Likes to read. 32 LEWIS KLINE-"Lewie" The "Old Pro" of the football team . . . Our "Most Athletic" . . . Spends most of his spare time hunting . . . Loves that mechanical drawing?? . . . Not sure of post graduation plans. DAPHNE LUCHESA-"Daffy" This cute lass claims shorthand was her favorite subject . . . Secretary of the band and dedicated chaplain of the Tri-Hi-Y . . . Her hobbies are trying to dance and swim . . , Always friendly to all. SONJA LUKEHART-"Sonnie" Our senior gal with the prettiest eyes . , . Likes to hike in the country . . . President of the F.l-l.A ,... Says typing is her favorite subiect . . , Plans to be o secretory. ANASTASIA LYSAKOWSKI -"Tushie" A future receptionist who hails from the lower end . . . Tries to con- vince you English is her favorite sub- ject . . . Likes to collect records 4 4 . Active in all sports, ' in f reii JUDITH MANENSKY-"Judy" Plans for the future includes the Womens Air Force . , . Likes to spend all her spare time tolkingl . . , Enjoys participating in F,l-l.A .... Works hard in Bookkeeping I class, LARRY LEARD-"Lcr" Forever cruising in the green Chevy . . . Favorite subiect-"8th" periodll Enjoys hunting and fishing . . . Can't live with-out pizza . . . A real live wire . . .College bound. 33 THOMAS KORNASIEWICZ-"Terno" An Army bound boy from 302 . , . Loves that Physics? , . .Avid stamp collector . . . Quite the intramural Basketball player . . , Not as quiet as he lets you believe. LAWRENCE LUDWICK-"Larry" Well-dressed lad from 304 . . . Favorite subject?-SMechanical Draw- ing . . . Claims Pat is his hobby . . Works at Ford City Pharmacy . . Member of the Tumbling Club, fi DONNA MANSFIELD-"Tootsie" Thinks bookkeeping class is tops! . . . Enjoys sewing and miniature golf . . . Member of F.l-l.A. and Tri- Hi-Y . . . Will make a cute secretary . . . Reports to 302. HOWARD MANSFIELD-"Howard" This lad's favorite subject is Me- chanical Drawing . . . Can be seen working at Johnny's Fruit Market . 0 . Likes to hunt . . . Member of tile Slide Rule Club . , . Will do justice to the Army. JOANN MANSFIELD-"Jo" Just loves that bookkeeping . tory . . . Says her hobby is hunting hunting for whot??? . . ,Our most popular gal . . . College bound. ANTHONY MACHOWSKI-"T. J." Our "Most Likely to Succeed" . . . Senior class President . . . A real live -wire in the Junior Closs Play . . . Another of our cheerleaders . . . Ac- tive in clubs . . . Senior class Secre- - Hos o mania for automobiles . . . Loves that Trig class!! . . , One of our tall lads. HELEN MARCINEK-"Helen" l l i l Muuoms MARKS-"Margie" The girl with the million donor will keen some executive happy smile , , , Enioys sports . , , Another with her efficiency as ci secretary . . . lody in white . . . Enthusiostic?? feo- SOYS fYDiI'1Q is het' favorite Sl-lbl9Cf - ture editor of the Glass-Ip . . . Loves Likes to swim and drive around in he: that shorthand-grr . . . One of Ten. 34 the car. BETTY McCLYMON DS-"Betty" One of our band members . . . Calls 302 her home . . . Can be seen driving that red and white Plymouth . . . Member of the F.H,A ..,. Quiet till you get to know her, EVELYN MECHLING-"Evelyn" Kittanning's loss, our gain . . . Hails from way out-Brick Church . . . Plans to be an X-Ray Technician after graduation . . . Bookkeeping rates high with her . . . Loves to skate and dance. , f , A 'Q' JOHN P. MARCINEK-"Moss" This lad from 303 claims English tops his list of favorite subjects . . . Likes anything pertaining to me- chanics . . . A member of the F.T.A. . . . Aspires to become a Mechanic. H591 -1 RODNEY McKELVEY-"Rod" Helps to lend humor and warmth to the atmosphere of homeroom 309 . . . Enjoys physics class . . .Partici- pates in noontime recreations . . . Plans to join the Armed Forces upon araduation. ROBERT MAXIENER-"Max" One of our more quiet and studious boys . . . Likes his Science and Me- chanical Drawing classes . . . Headed for college where he hopes to put his knowledge of electronics and photo- graphy to use. 35 MARGARET MILLER-"Peggy" Quiet till you get to know her , , , Enjoys her study halls!! . . . Ambitious member of Tri-Hi-Y . . .Plans to get 0 job after graduation . . . One of the Qals in G.A.A. ANNABELLA MINARCIN-"Annie" Our "Most Talented" girl . . . Has o voice like a nightingale . . .Claims Algebra ll is her favorite subject . . . Able President of Varsity Chorus and M.M.M .... Secretary of F.T.A ,... College bound. GEORGE MRAZ-"Sleep" Voted our most humerous . . . Favorite past-time is sleeping . . . Claims his favorite subject is P.O.D. . . . Can usuolly be seen with the gang at the Ford City Dairy Center. SANDRA MINTEER-"Sandy" Aspires to be a nurse . . . Faithful member of Trireme Editorial Staff and Tri-l-li-Y . . . Claims English as her favorite subject . . . Able pianist for the orchestra . . , Quiet till you get to know her. HELEN CAROLYN MOFFITT -"Helen" Deserving of the title "Most Likely To Succeed" . . . College bound . . . English rates high with her . . , Var- sity Chorus accompanist . . . Secretary of the National Honor Society . , . F.T.A. and M.M.M. member, 36 WILLIAM MOHR-"Bumper" Our "Most Popular" boy . . . Claims typing as his favorite subject . . . Active in baseball and basket- ball . . . Member of the Slide Rule Club . . . Future plans include college ...Nice to all. CHARLOTTE MYERS-"Chunky" Very athletic member of G.A.A. . . . Claims English as her favorite subject . . . Plans in the future in- cludes morriage . . . Writes long, long letters to Roger . . . Hobbies in- clude talking and dancing. JOAN NATHANIEL-"Jeanie" Shining red hair gives Joanie the title "Prettiest Hair" . . . Loafing with "Pipe" and drivina?? the Chevy are her hobbies . . . Claims Trig as favorite subject . . . College bound . , . One of the ten. ELAINE PALOMBO-"Elaine" Our personality plus girl . . . plans to work for TWA , . . Constantly showing pictures of Chuck . . . Claims she enjoys Speech??? Holds the alto section together . . . Active in STUCO. ANN ETTE ONOFREY-"Annette" One of our peppy cheerleaders . . . News Editor of Glass-ip . . . Active in clubs and sports . . . Her favorite class-shorthand?? Future Florence Nightingale . . . One of the ten. RONALD PAINE-"Ron" One of the happy family in home- room 309 . . . Seems quiet until you get to know him . . . Plans to reward Uncle Sam with his services after graduation. 37 JOHN ONDO-"Hondo" Besides women, he is iust mad about Art . . . After leaving 304, Uncle Sam will be his boss . . . Alf ways seen with a smile. CARL PETRUS-"Carl" One of our quiet lads . . . Comes from the lower end to school every day . . . Hangs his hat in one of the lockers of 302 . . . can frequently be seen working down at the News Stand. LORETTA PAUL-"Rot" Plans to be a "lady in white" . . , Biology rates high with her . . . Ac- tive in the Future Home Makers Clubs . . . Dazzles you with those big, brown eyes. SAMUEL REARICK-"Sam" This mathematical genius hails from Brick Church . . . Active in the Slide Rule Club and intramurals .4 . Has a smile for everyone . . . Sperids first period in 309 . . . College bound. ROSALIE PAUL-"Sis" Swimming is her hobby . . . Home Ec. and Bookkeeping rote on her list of favorite subjects . . . Plans to get married after graduation . . . Nice to know. j ... if ROSALIE PELLA-"Ro" One of Cieply's busiest car-hops . . , Rates typing as her favorite sub- ject . . . Member of the Trireme Bu- siness Staff . . . Enjoys dancing in her spare time . , . Has no definite plans for the future. 38 EARL PORTER--"Earl" Hangs his cap in 303 . . . En- joys working in his home-mode chemi- cal lab . . . Future scientist . . . One of our quiet??? lads . . , Friend to all. ,K me Y. . s fsgsifeg- Q r Q . F -f, 7k 3? EILEEN PEPPER--"Pep" Justified as our most humorous . . . One of our high-jumping, peppy cheerleaders . . . Aspires to be a nurse . . . Claims speech is her favorite subject?? . . . Says parties are her hobby. ROSEMARIE PIERSANTI-"Rosie" A quiet miss who enjoys working in Murphy's 5 and l0 . . . Her hob- bies inzlude sewing and reading... Says office practice is her favorite subject . . . Another of our Future Hornemakers. LINDA PIPER-"Pipe" Another of our peppy cheerleaders . . . College bound after graduation . . . Ambitious secretary of F.N.A. . , . Can always be heard saying "You know" . . . Popular and friendly to all . . . One of the ten. JUDITH REITLER-"Judy" This pleasant girl hails from 304 . . . Claims Spanish and English as her favorite subiects . . . ls usually busy writing letters to Germanb' - - A Aspires to be a nurse and part-time secretarY- DONALD RUPERT-"Don" Selected as our "Best Dancer" . . . Chemistry rates high on his list of subiects . . . Loves baking cakes in speech . . . Hobbies include dancing, cars, and Kittanning girls . . . Five- year member of the band. 39 WILLIAM REESEMAN-"Bill" This boy with a typing craze hails from 302 . . . Likes music and is one of the best baritones in the chorus . . . Most calm red head in school . . . Navy bound afterwards. PHILIP RUPERT-"Phil" A friendly lad from 304 . . . Hunt- ing and fishing rate high with him . . . Will do justice to Navy blue.. . Avid student of Senior Science . . Oh, those blue eyes! MARLENE RIGGLE-"Mar" Plans to enter beautician school following graduation . . . States swim- ming and fishing as hobbies . . . English rates high in favorite subjects . . . One of our Tri-Hi-Y members . . . Nice to know. BETTY RU PERT-"Betts" A pretty red headed lass from 302 . . , Crazy about bookkeeping . . . Spends her spare time just listening to the radio . . . Wants to work in an office . . . One of the Future l-lomemakers. TIMOTHY RUPERT-"Tim" A nice lad who hangs his hat in 309 . . . Claims typing as his favorite subject . . . His hobbies include hunt- ing and fishing . . . Likes to drive the Buick. DOROTH Y RYALS--"Dany" A cute miss with a Southern ac- cent , . . One of the able sopranos in the Varsity Chorus . . . Sports rate high with her . . . Will make someone a real fine secretary. FRED RUSSO-"Fred" An active lad of our chorus . , . Voted nicest eyes . . , Member of the Modern Music Masters . . . Claims his hobby is collecting-any thing . . . Future plans include school or the service. 40 HARRY RUSSO-"Harry" Oh, that wavy hair and oh, so black . . . One half of the Russo twins . . . Hails from the hill-top , . . One of our more polite senior boys . . . plans to go to college after graduation . . . a real ladies man. si' JOAN SCHAEFFER-"Toon" Loves-Home Ec?? . . . Says col- lecting dolls and stuffed animals are her hobbies . , . An ardent member of F.H.A .... Likes to sew . . . Friendly to all and nice to know. LOIS SCHIFFGENS-"Lois" Really types up a storm in 315. . . A member of Modern Music Masters . . . A faithful band member . . . Seen driving around in a black and white Chevy . . . A real friend to all. OLGA SENIOW-"Whey" A hazardous wornan driver . . . Hangs her hat in 302 . . . Thinks office practice is tops . . . Plans to work for Capitol Airlines in the fu- ture . . . Well liked by all. REED SCHAEFFER-"Reed" Well-liked senior lad . . . Hails from Brick Church . . . Gets a big thrill out of going at top speed... Loves his physics class . . . College bound. 4l SAMUEL SALOUM-"Skinny" Enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time . . . Arrives at 304 at exactly 8:29 every morning . . . Enjoys his Physics class . . . College is included in his plans for the future. LAWRENCE SCHIFFGENS - "Weasel" This coin-collecting enthusiast hails from homeroom 302 . . . Claims he enjoys his solid and trig classes... Plans to wear the Air Force blues . . . Very active in intramurals. JUDY SHOOP-"Shoopie" A cute blonde from 303 . . . Strives hard as co-editor of the Glass- lp . . . lnsists English is her favorite subject . . . Likes sports and cooking . , . Plans to put commercial training to use. ROBERTA SMITH-"Birdie" Skating is the favorite past-time of this Senior from 309 . . . ln school she claims Senior Ssience as her fav- orite class . . . Arrives on the Ford Cliff bus every morning, DOROTHY SLOVENSKY-"Dorothy" A nice girl from 304 . . . Why is driver training her favorite subjeCt??? . . . Spends her spare time with gar- dening and photography . . . Usually seen around 3l4l!! . . . One of the ten. HENRY SCHNITZLER-"Schnitz" Drives a i959 Merc . . . Likes his typing class . . . An avid sports fan . . . Enjoys his hunting . . . Wears a pair of crazy glasses . . . Plans for the future are unknown. WILLIAM SENOPOLE-"Bill" Can be found at lsalys , . . His very special hobby is girls??? . . . Really likes Mr. Gregory's Trig classes . . , Enjoys participating in baseball and basketball. 42 DON TERRY SERENE-"Don" Has the unusual hobbies of motor scooters, electronics, and art . . . Health holds the spot light as his number one subiect . . . Wants to further his education beyond high school. ELEANOR SPACE-"Eleanor" Head cheerleader for basketball season . . . Enjoys that trig class. . . Our most intellectual , . . Senior class treasurer . . . College bound . , . One ot the ten. MARILYN THOMPSON--"Marilyn" Came to F.C.H.S. in her junior Year from Kittanning . . . This lass who hangs her hat in 304 enjoys Spanish and typing . . , Wants to attend nursing school. MARILYN SZUL-"Szul" Can usually be found making sodas at the Pharmacy . . . Enjoys studying for her senior science classes . . . Future plans include attending beau- tician school . . . Always driving the Plymouth. JOSEPH SHAFFER-"Shake" A quiet lad from 303 , . . Spends his spare time with cars . . . Really enjoys his senior science . . . Hails from Third Avenue . . . Service bound after his graduation. 43 VICTOR SHAEFFER-"Vic" A real comedian from 302 . . . Really bangs away on that typewriter . . . Plans to attend technical school after graduation . . . Hobbies include hunting, fishing, and? . . . What does that represent? 4 Q sf' K, gg - JAMES SICHERI-"Safari" Claims his hobbies are music, and designing cars . . . Likes P. O. D. . . . Spends his spare time waxing cars . . . Active in the band . . . Plans to attend a trade school . , . Neat dresser, DPELORES TIHANOVICH-"Dee" HARRY SPANG-"Smoke" Everything is "nasty" to this high- This curly-headed lad hails from spirited cheerleader . . . Hails from 302 . . . Just loves that art class 309 . . . Active member of G.A.A. . . . Plans to enlist in the Army and Pep Club . . . Hopes to work upon graduation . . . Hobbies include for the government . , . Claims her hunting and fishing. hobby is playing basketball. JAMES STEWART-"Rock" Our lad with the most personality . . . Ambition is to attend a trade school . . . Active member of the Legion Rifle Club . . . Hunting and fishing rate high on his list of hob-- bies. RICHARD STARR-"Dick" Can usually be found working at Rohrer's Drug Stare . . . At the top of his list of favorite subiects is trig . . . Belongs to the Slide Rule Club . . On his way to college. .44 ROBERT SMULIK-"Bob" Quiet until you get to know him well . . . Loves anything connected with the subject of art . . . After graduation the Army will claim this lad from 309. ROSEMARY TURKO-"'Turko" Loyal Murphy Co. salesgirl . . . Really cooks up a storm in Home Ec . . . Future lady in white . . . Faith- ful member of the F.N.A. and Tri- Hi-Y . . . Never seen without the Chevy. PATRICIA WAKEFIELD-"Patsy" A top member of the commercial class . , . Typing and shorthand rate high with her . . . Efficient secretary of G.A.A .... Enjoys participating in sports . . , Future plans include business school. SHELVY WALKER-"Sis" A quiet lass from 309 whose hob- bies include cooking and sewing . . . Home Ec. rates high on her list of subiects , . . Can usually be found writing letters. at 'ii DONNA WATTERSON-"Donna" A future secretary who comes from the hill . . . Her favorite subject is typing . . . Swimming and driving the car are two of her hobbies . . . An active member of the Tri-Hi-Y, ARDELL THOMAS-"Ardy" A real brain in trig . . . Says he is "looking" for a job , , , ln the Junior Class play . . . Proud of that basketball letter . . , Member of National Honor Society ond Modern Music Masters. 45 ROBERT STEWART-"Stew" Really plays a mean horn . . . Spends his spare time working on his rod . . . Very active in gym and a member of the tumbling club . . . college bound. KARL VENT-"Karl" Friendly and popular Karl honors room 303 with his presence . . . A crock shot member of the Ford City Rifle Club . . . One of our college- bound seniors. FAYE WHITE--"Sadie" A real sharp dresser . . . Becoming an airline hostess is among her plans for the future . , , Spends alternate Tuesdays attending meetings of the Art Club and F,H.A. SANDRA YASSEM-"Big Red" A nice lass who just loves to click away on that typewriter . . . Says her hobby is having parties . . . Never rests in gym classes . . . Mem- ber ot the library club and Pl-l.A. INA WOODSIDE-"Tiny" Home Ec. is her number one sub- ject . . . Soends most of her spare time on her hobbies, square dancing and watching T,V .... A member at Pl-l.A, and sewing club, CHRISTOPHER WEIS-"Crisco" One at the lucky ones in 309 . . . Two-wheeled vehicles occupy most of his spare time . . . Active in gym and tumbling club . . . Plans to at' tend college. 46 MARLIN WAUGAMAN-"Wang" Varsity football letterman . . . Senior Class Vice-President . . . Friendly to all , , , Oh, that big smile . , . Enjoys horse-back riding . . . Thinks Trig class is tops . . . College bound. ROBERT WH EAT-"Wheoties" Favorite subiect for this lad is trig . . . Enjoys hunting and working an cars . . . Academic course . . . Part ot the stage crew for the Junior Class Play . . . Nice to know. Jw? KATHLEEN YOUNT-"Casper" Well deserving of the title "most athletic" , . . Claims her favorite food is pizza . . . One of Miss Smith's "favorite pupils" , . . Plans to be a physical education teacher. MARIE ZAHRADNIK-"Marie" One of our real neat dressers . . . Loves having parties for the aar-in . , . Hopes to obtain a secretarial position after graduation . . . iuixcs an active interest in FHA. PHYLLIS ZABLOCKI-"Phyllis" Keeps everybody amused with her sharp sense of humor . . . Loves those gym classes . , . "Runs" to typing class every day . , . Hopes to obtain a hiah-paying position in the business world. MANIFERED WOLFE-"Manny" This lad is undecided about art school or the Air Force , . . Spcnds his snare time reading scienfe fiction brink. . Claims art as his favorite siiliiefi , . Nice to know, 47 iiiizizgaf HARRY WINSLOW-"Wine" Able Stu Co President . , . Our senior boy with the "Most Leader- ship" . . . Varsity football letterman for three years . , , Thinks Linda is topsfll One of our more attractive lads. 1 i ii RONALD WOYTON-"Henry" Wants to try to find a hide-away after college . . . Claims girls as his favorite subject . . . Able president of the band . , , Hobbies include hunting, fishing and swimming . . . Active in basketball, PAUL ZAHRADNIK-"Paul" This lad hangs his hat in 309 . . . Army is included as part of his plans after graduation . . . Active in the art club . . . Person with a nice smile . . . Enjoys football. 4" ,-f" life ROBERT WYANT-"Bob" Hails from McGrann . . . Quiet till you get to know him . . . Loves to drive . . . Mad scien- tist . . . Frequently seen at the Dairy Center. CLARE ZIMMERMAN-"Clare" Very ambitious president of the F.N.A. . . . Will make a good nurse . . . Likes to sew . . . Plays a mad violin . . . Ac- tive member of the Student Council . . . Nice friend to have. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing: T. Machowski, M. Waugaman Sitting: E. Space, J. Mansfield SENIOR CHAIRMEN Left to Right: S. Bryon, C. Zimmerman, K. Kuchtc, C. Knottek, D. Brown JUNIOR C L A S S OFFICERS -- Stonding: R, Paul, Z. Charney. Sitting: V. Burdett, S. Lozaroff JUNIOR CHAIRMEN N. Davis. Beere, D. Renoldo, L. XA? I - Left to Erkens, C. Right: G. 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'lst Row: D. Forester, R. Ware, D. Scripps, G. Stivason, W. Ware, S. Jankowski, C. Heilman 2nd Row: J. McKernan, D. Forester, J. Tinant, R. Hazen, S. Thompson, B. Beauth, G. Walker 3rd Row: J. Riskosky, S. Thompson, B. Buriak, H. Winslow, J. Thomaswick, P. Zahraknik, F, Kendra 4th Row: R. Klingensmith, T. Cieply, L. Kline, F. Walbert, R. Cuias, J. Verschuren F s i it E f l 2 J or , s...s 3, ,. -.,igi-,.vg..f . - .K Q J 'w .. . S l L i - . gi .fs fa il f ,'l ll H . . .r.. f A A nf g l it J b F i A ' , ii l Vs . ikk 1 l f .tj S . ' X - fs, kg, .:.. kyagaliy . . L: .N I 'YJ K iv! 5: ...S S .4 S' ...gs 2 V "V X w .,,,.f 4' I I il. Varsity Freeport Homer City Leechburg West Deer Tarentum Arnold Vondergrift Springdale Kittonning Q We vi ' gooigall F.C. OPP. SQ 1- Scores 25 6 O I2 O 6 26 I3 7 ASSISTANT COACHES MR. JOHNSON MR. CHRISTY HEAD COACH WALTER CHARLEY hy., err ' EERE TTTT5 J T QE, , 1 R 1 T K5 2, :amiga 3' 5 31 rp. DAVE BROWN TOM CIEPLY DALTON FARESTER A T- S e n i o I 'AM feffermen BOB CUJAS :W . fi 'SU' ,T OO i A q leg, w Q M f , sgykihuyx sul xx vu L, NWS URW A A 'IL STANLEY JANKOWSKI MARLIN WAUGAMAN 1 Q ,L ,f,. t HARRY WINSLOW 'ST K, FU O CU m W -4 I 3' N rn Z 'NV 111 Y Qin .Jfmzf fx , 5' '.-N' .:.. , A A L X A 4' ,xx .Nik Nix L 5 .T.. A '21 I AE LEWIS KLINE 1 PAUL ZAHRADN 'U If 9 Q1 Mg , WA? R DAVE BROWN BILL MOHR TOM CIEPLY TIM RUPERT RON WOYTON Senior feftermen VARSITY SCORES Tarentum Central Catholic Connellsville Cloirton Fifth Avenue High New Castle Aliquippa Greensburg Butler Arnold Vondergrift New Kensington Kittanning Har-Brock Butler Arnold Vondergrift New Kensington Kittanning Har-Brock FCHS OPP. 68 78 63 58 70 57 66 48 44 53 30 60 45 80 61 78 39 52 58 48 53 73 52 64 56 41 62 90 43 44 50 54 60 71 46 77 60 71 59 97 J Tarentum Central Catholic Connellsville Cloirton Fifth Avenue High New Castle Aliquippa Greensburg Butler Arnoltl Vandergrift New Kensington Kittanning Har-Brock Butler Arnold Vandergrift New Kensington Kittanning Har-Brock A . V. SCORES FCHS OPP 30 46 32 41 36 34 35 37 38 48 51 68 29 52 24 62 21 45 51 ' 31 43 59 39 50 42 31 44 40 40 49 47 41 61 42 35 59 53 49 30 69 Ford City's hard fighting basketball team plagued by inexperience, was unable to be a top contender in Section I this year. Though 5 t 5 i , L' 1 Varsity Basketball 5 showing many spurts ot good basketball and brighter hopes for following years, the absence of returning lettermen was the only weakness of Hube's Glassers. Even without the usual victories, our school's exceptional spirit was something not seen for quite some time. This and the team's fine showing against odds is one thought that should be remembered al- ways bythe class of '59. f. X HUBE" RUPERT VARSITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS: Kneeling: B. Mohr, T. Hugon, D. Hobaugh, R. Mazurek, R. Woyton Standing: R. Cobb, T. Cieply, D. Brown, T. Rupert, S. Thompson. AQ lf , , First row:IM. Angelo, J. Tinant, J. Tomaswick, R. Andre, unlor Uarsziy JWMOW' Second row: R. Ficthorn, J. Lang, J. Bowser, L. Eck, F. Kendra, W. Busch. MRIGURSK, Basgefgall Z- ,NW Managers and Statisticions D. Feldman R. Jonovsky F. Russo G. Stivason R. Burdett . C m mfg. W " ls ag R . . 1 K K' W I , Y , . r A J X' far' R P' I , 1 ..f S- ' Mew Varsity Baseliall 'lst Row: L. Eck, D. Brow, B. Mohr, R. Mazurek, D. Garmong, D. Forester 2nd Row: K. Henderson, B. Hazen, M. Waugaman, M. Angelo, R. Simmons, R. Buriak, B. Senopole 3rd Row: Mr. Christy, Coach, G. Ferguson, J. Kerr, C. Janovsky, H. Winslow, J, Senopole, G. Lozaroff, J. Nick- leach, D. Daugherty Varsity 5racH 'lst Row: H. Hill, K. Markby, E. Reitler, S. Rousch, R. Smulik, L. Croyle, R. Ware, T. Gray, R. Scripps, S. Jankowski, R. Burdett 2nd Row: J. Riskosky, F. Russo, C. Weis, H. Russo, G. Repak, W. Ware, A. Machowski, E. Treece, D. Feldman 3rd Row: Coach Mr. LoAlbo, R. Kubatko, J. Bowser, T. Boyd, T. Breuer, J. Kammerdiener, D. Neutrelle, M. Guthrie, J. Crawford, G. Beeres, J. Grinder, Coach Mr. Charley. si' R' Q.. ... J . rsiift ' ' r ' . X l NPG M lliii .iw QE? ' 'ff ,,. " L' W... ...,.. 3 A . 2 Q W A 'K C f s F .VM we t ii i , . . . nsf F R sst. R . .R B - . .sl fl ll Sw l l as we - SEE? --.M unior HigH BasQef5a1l 5eam unior HigH 300152111 Zeam QR i Alf H-N. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL COACH JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL COACHES Mr. Christy Mr. LoAIbo and Mr. Hamilton JUNIOR HIGH STATISTICIANS FOOTBALL MANAGER P. Masters, E. Troutman, M. Renaldo Frank Jaco f. i -A 1 fm ig, fx 5' SQ Q fi fi? ' nn ' 15 is M ,Vx N41 4+ 8 N X, 9 .gc R 3 A r s 1 1 fs, sw, .mx K. 3 6. -we mp . X V- 'QU' 4 J , x 1 ' fsf':,Sw. - 'T ' ' -'R 3 h , 'lggsm 41- , ,, , 1XWAL f 0g,:..,, , .1 Y, K 4 : 4 . ' K "3 ,L " "4i'1iK,1 v ' , AA ftrmxk '-255. N5 QT fa-Q ,. x X' .qv 1 - 9 .AJ f ' 4 'X fixkyjvf- f ."J'.1-f' 'f , f, Lx.. ...' '3' Q . "'-"K-pf' Y, N Y..-i It W r . r?iQ.w Q-Lf, - EIN xl' iv ' K ' 5 Q, x X Q ,N H W W --X 1 'VE' X2 3 Q' Q' uf 1 1 U 1 ff ,-3,1 ,Q-.., 2, Officers lClockwiseJ l. Mary Jo Gallo 2. Harry Winslow 3. Don Hobaugh 4. Pot Dietz 5. Harry Russo Mrs. Claypool sauce Concession Snowball Noon Recreation Mary Jo Gallo Elaine Palombo Dave Brown Don Hobaugh Clare Zimmerman Joann Mansfield Pat Dietz . l lil 1 Qi . i l J Q ' JP ...W Student Council Row 'I: V. Burdette, M. Martin, N. Meleason, S. Lazaroff, C. Harosky, S. Bryan, C. Zimmerman, C. Knottek, K. Kutchta, J. Mansfield, N. Mansfield, B. Brown. Row 2: K. Spence, D. Renaldo, E. Palombo, J. Bowser, N. Davis, P. Cook, L. Erkins, R. Paul, E, Space, S. Moore. Row 3: R. Scripps, Z. Charney, E. Hudek, G. Beere, J. Marcinek, G. Lazaroff, Row 4: R. Andra, F. Walbert, J. Tinant, A. Machowski, D. Brown, J. Bucco, J. Charney. Junior High Officers Gerald Lazaraff Award Assembly Club! Norma Mansfield Anthony Machowski Shirley Lazaroff Bonnie Brown Carole Knottek Virginia Burdette Ed Hudek E if, an , . . , . 1 +e.. l W. .. S x TRI-HI-Y NO. I FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Qes: U ART CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA TRI-HI-Y NO. 2 . ,,,,,mkY .LM .C .V .....CCC, W .C ww BNN M A .. .... :mAkmAlk,.XC .,.,, PENN FORD H ISTORIANS SEWING CLUB 254, T . g . . , TUMBLING CLUB STAMP CLUB 0 TUMBLING CLUB JUNIOR HIGH PEP CLUB LIBRARY ASSISTANTS SPANISH CLUB an MAGIC CHEFS SLIDE RULE CLUB .,-rf" A Q Q E LATIN CLUB G. AA 16. Mary Jo Gallo, Editor ZAIEOOQ Jim Hansotte Pat Chimka Deanna Beck Elaine Palombo Pat Dietz Kathy Kuchta Mary Greene Ardell Thomas Helen Moffift Lois Schiffgens Eleanor Space Sandy Minteer Bob Hazen Marian Held Carole Knottek Mr. Sowers, Advisor 94 E 'Ni Dorothy Slovensky Judy Hornyak Marlene Riggle Patsy Wakefield Karen Beck Marie Zahradnik Rosalie Piersanti Steve Cacurak Rosemary Turko Annette Onofrey Charlotte Myers Faye White Helen Marcinek Carolyn Flickinger Wesley Heilman Staff Margie Brightmeyer, Business Manager . .,""'. V M--W.-...,q,,,..w-........--....,,,, 't:'.....:1:',1 - .. Q ., in Y. fy 21 i I Boston .... M.........,.." - - -- ... is., if 'kysiw -as-.- DIRECTOR Mr. Thompson BOYS' ENSEMBLE Uarsitg 3' 'Y ix 5 ? Qi? 'Q 'Y Q: 0 1 U 1 U ' xffi . 1 7 iii? i -' 2 E . iid: in gy, . ss' 7 -5-2-wi, -up, . 5 - 52. ,- , i , J. gi Y f 5 ,K i 5. - Q li 8 5 H . 1 vi v f Q ' X' ' V' 4 ' t I 8 if ,g KT . my K 'x ' A . s i Q -L.. Lx 3 , ik A mx - Lyh. Q X ' an , . 5 ' vu s ' , 'Q If or 1 5 M I In x Ks mn... A ' 'Ei 7 , ., . 555, 5.5 ,.,. K .f . -dnlnii' ll QQ . 75 QT S N, W f C MODERN MUSIC MASTERS CHORUS OFFICERS A. Minorcin, B. Green B. Bordick LIBRARIANS AND ROBE CUSTODIANS 101 1 I District Banct Uarsity Banct District OrcHestra Mr. Petronchek Baton Club Head Majorette Barbara Bordick Drum Maiorette Marguerite Brightmeyer IO4 Senior Maiorette Marion Held String Snsemlsle Band Officers - Virginia Burdette, Ronald Color Guards-Left to Rigl1t:Monifered Wolfe, Woyton, Daphne Luchesa Karl Vent, Tony Machowski, Wesley Heilman ,,,.o ...,.. . -o,,,.M..,, K . 1 -.,, .,... ,i " .n.. - Q. ' ' .f ,o -,j N r All ro Y, .. ,.., V W ' u ,...Yf, 1 ffl K ll Ll . 1 xx? IOS mm FEATURES S M HUGH Musk bv HMMY C W ND!! 5' Q E iv- if A xm, my fi 1 yr X g xx i 35110 U nbknfdolyb Amd Si yy-- Bill Mohr and Joann Manfield King And Tom Cieply and Barbara Bordick Queen 6.5 Gfie 1955 Harry Russo and Linda Piper IO8 George Brandeburg and Eleanor Space aa A r 9 Prom Court Thomas Hughan and Carol Walbert C' qw i fa C ffiw' of 3 Prince And Princess F, , Sam Thompson and 1 Carole Harosky 7' John Moffitt and Nancy Meleason IO9 i A ll r,,.i K it . A E 'Lao x . . Y' ' Ron Mazurek and Roberta Paul N ew xe rf" 'ps' wa qoqje se" o ,lxiodxe XDX 00100, Drifters Prettiest Smile D Paper? G , Helen Mcrcinek rf X . George Brondeburg K l Q 4 , ug :L S? S- P 4 J feffigs' Hoi O0 r H: Nathaniel 4 fry Russo Q Q STE GE I I I wl 4 - K4 5 sac! QQGGOAAS K Qjdqclw 950 Most Intellectual Most l.eadersl1iP e Bflghlmeyer Eleanor Space Bob Hazen MGYQ Harry Winslow 110 Mo" Pvpulor Joann Mansfield Bill Mohr P,.e SO"1z,"ie" s F, Luk yet Sd RU Short SSO i L 0 Q0 X 9,4 Yell Oxoffloo 96050 5W"lOl V l 'fk' Y " 33 l Most Likely To Succeed Helen Moffitt Tony Mochowskn AT . E 41 so" 116 lib Geo eq ,o QU: ,be SDD O04- 4'f,.o:r 410 Sf Bo 40 fb fq 7' 8 'fi O07 ?l'd,b Ve 'Kea S If 'taxa Q00 My Wai' N4Xo0 Goobexxzqoixoo Fx Q00 Ill Room No, 13 ,58 S udent directors: M. P D ietz Open House '59 B 2' . 4 -:::,l-:.. W, ,EE'-FPS!! ' .. . " . 33:4 952 r: will? f u' -V ,'f-li- im "L-N'-,rw 9' P . . Ll' iy, L ' l lg ri r Qi ,. if , mf NATIONAL HONO3 SOSETY g g 44 xl L atzonal Honor SOCl6fy Clockwise: Anthony Machowski, Harry Russo, Elaine Palombo, Mary Greene, David Brown, Linda Piper, Mary Jo Gallo, Eleanor Space, Ardell Thomas, Margie Brightmeyer, Helen Moffatt ' off SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS: R. Hobrosky, D. Meleoson, P. Klaput, E. Corley, P. Utley, R. Silvis JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS: S. Lee, S. J. Ritchey, A. M. Remis, P. Smolik, J. Verostek, S. Lozoroff FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS: C. Shaeffer, J. Spong, K. Knight, S. Schrecenghost, B. Brown PAINTS GLASS CHEMICALS BRUSHES PLASTICS CEMENT FIBER GLASS PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPA FORD CITY LOCAL 14 United Gloss ond Ceronnic Workers of North America AFL - CIO - CLC EXECUTIVE BOARD President-Somuel Soloum Recording Sec.-Korl J. Miller V. Pres. No. 4-John Gonzlemor Finon. Sec.-Edmund Kijowski V. Pl'eS. NO. 6-'JOLIFI Inner GuOrd1GeOrge Bofor Choirmon-Froncis McCabe Trustees-Peter Bernot Robert B. Mechling Vice Choir.-Floyd DeLong Froncis Quortz ROger 2-1131 624-630 Third Avenue Ford City Pennsylvonio H7 EDDY BUICK C0. Ford City BUICK ,pvumow omvs SALES - SERVICE - PARTS Complete Body ond Fender Work Phone ROger 2-2251 1O'rh Street Pennsylvonio 118 Styles cis modern os tomorrow Complete line of Furniture, Floor Coverings, ond Applionces. GREENBAUM'S FURNITURE STORE Corner of Ford St. ond Fourth Ave. Ford City Pennsylvonio YOU CAN BUILD THESE HOMES SHOEMAKER ,iliv CUT READY TO BUILD HOMES , "'11" 1. u M 3 n n c o. s-i-." ARMSTRONG COUNTY BUILDING and LOAN ASSOC. 5th Avenue, Ford City Pennsylvania For the best Quality in Home Appliances and Automotive Needs see CENTRAL SERVICE Parts Tune-up, Wheel Alignment, Brake Adjustment, Inspection Phone ROger 2-3171 5th Ave. 8. 9th St. Ford City, Pennsylvania SERVICE WITH A SMILE AT BRIGHTMEYER'S SERVICE STATION Car Washing Expert Lubrication Accessories KLINGENSMlTH'S DRUG STORE "Prescriptions of Quality" Fountain Service Cosmetic Counter Phone ROger 2-1 101 Ford City Ford Street Pennsylvania 120 A ew S mi fm COFFMAN STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photography Photography in this book done by C. Q. Coffman Farmers Bank Building Kittanning, Pennsylvania PETROLEUM SALES COMPANY Toys, Hobby Lines Giftware and Novelties 825 Fifth Avenue Ford City, Pennsylvania Dial ROger 2-3201 GLACIAL SAND 8. GRAVEI. CO. Producers of Concrete and Masonry, Sands and Gravel Cowansville, Pennsylvania Llberty 3-6206 Llberty 3-3221 Llberty 2-5122 FORD CITY PHARMACY 321 Ford Street Ford City, Pennsylvania 21 ,ityyytgi YR will 1 FX I n c Hauling-Excavatin -Grading-Strip Mining 37' Q V5 lx DAN LL S., INC. Q' Q! 'lg e tractor Lip Q , Ca o , Pennsylvania ROger 2-3831 1 Compliments of mm GOLD DAIRIES lNc. Dial Llberty 2-1441 Flowers for All Occasions ARNER FLORIST Fifth Avenue Ford City, Pennsylvania FORD CITY FINANCE COMPANY Loans S20-5600 412 Ninth Street Ford City, Pennsylvania Dial ROger 2-2091 LEISTER STUDIO For Fine Portraits and Photography Kiffqnning Pennsylvania V. ELLSWORTH BECK EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR Back Hoes Bulldozers Hi-lifts Trucks Phone Vandergrift ll7OA RD 3, Ford City - Mateer Visit Our Soda Fountain and Lunch Counter SAN DWICH ES - SUNDAES - SODAS CARLEY'S VARIETY STORE ROger 2-6293 Ford City Pennsylvania Our Students Can Be Certain That They Will Arrive Safely Because They Ride ln ABE MYERS BUSES VOlunteer 8-2483 Templeton Pennsylvania 123 Complete Banking Service S at X I PEOPLES BANK OF FORD CITY, PA. "YOUR HOMETOWN BANK" Member of the -Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Ford Street, Ford City Pennsylvania QC McNUTT AGENCY, INC. J. E. WOLFE COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Fire -- Life - Casualty -- Bonds ROger 2-1381 Ford City, Pennsylvania g X Sas ,- XX 5 x Ysp N X l 'x 5 TRI-COUNTY TYPEWRITER CO. orncs rukmruke AND EQUWMENT Dial Llberty 2-6543 341 Market Street Kittanning, Pennsylvania BETTER DAIRIES INDIANA DAIRY, INC. KNITTING OFFICE 301 Oak Avenue Kittanning, Pennsylvania Dial Llberty 3-1511 or Llberty 3-1521 124 'f sci 4,-Q 'YL' C1514 '57 'Q-130 'fe HEILMAN s. BAll.EYe-qget yf 71" A116 Shoes for all the family 2421 and all occasions ' R Klux ROger 2-2181 J C-Q46 Ford Street Ford Pe517sylTaT'ge' S A CADET DRIVE-IN "Home of the Poor-Boy!" Eat in the comfort of Your own car at the CADET Llberty 3-896l Route 422 HEATHERCROFT g FOR THE SPORTSMAN Fishing, Hunting, lce Skating, Hay Rides, Riding Stables Phone ROger 3-1791 RD 4-Kittanning Pennsylvania You Can Be Sure If It's From HUTCHISON'S Jewelry Store Kittanning Est. l888 N. N. ADELSON 8- SON, INC Scrap lron Yards At Kittanning and Oil City, Pa. Since 1890 ANDY'S MARKET Compliment of Get better for less Two locations Member Quality C rts HS332fZu10'3f" . . f 408 Ninth sfreef Kittanning, Pennsyl anna Ford City pennsywonio as N. QNX Compl' e ts of Q C im n tx X HNATlow's SHOE si-lor lttt1 s E Ford City, Pennsylvania X Compliments of FlTZGERALD'S JEWELRY 5. STORE f--- --'HQ ,-' " - . ',f"wfs C0mp"men'S Q NATIONAL AKERY of XX for fl lx Fine Baked Goods XXX and Makers of Home Made Pizza f y xs- C . T XX Compliments of KAMER'S BODY SHOP Ford City, Penna. ELDRED CISEBCHILL a. so -.--11.215 K B 'ld f UI el' O Pease Homes P CONGRATULATlONS To The . Graduating Class . Of i959 You were our inspiration To continue the "After-Prom-Party" for the Freshman Classes. LADIES AUXILIARY LOCAL No. 'I4 S C 0'S ROLLERCADE For Ben fit Party Rates Phone Llberty 3-7I6l Compliments of the McHEN RY 81 PAINTER , INC. Ford City ' C Insurance 81 Bonds 236 Market Str t N xl Kittanning, Pennsytliania Ng Compiimenfs I HAzEL's BEAUTY sALoN of A l 251 Arch sffeef G. c. MURPHY COMPANY Lx L,be,,y 3022, HX GENE HEILMAN DAIRY "Milk as nature intended it to be." RD I, Kittanning, Penna. Dial Llberty 3-5l6O 'GGREIRENLAWN NURSERY James E. Emmonds, Prop. Manor Church St Rosston Road 774 Greenlawn Road Ford City, Pennsylvania IZ7 WALTER BALL'S JEWELRY 908 Fifth Avenue Ford City, Pennsylvania For Fine Jewelry "SAKS" DEMITRY MEN'S SHOP Fourth Avenue, Ford City Tops in Men's Fashions Tuxedo Rentals For Completegzigaslijince Protection D L QUOllfy FOOl'W6Gl' l ' Dependable Service ROger 3-21 l l , 1 , 834 Fourth Ave' Ford City Kittanning Pennsylvania Z7 j R ELEVISION vision Service Sell the Best- d Service The Rest" F Compliments of KERR MBER COMPANY -SHAD Z2 N QE ig QDLQ7' X i 5 l 0 N G'-A 5 ' 'K ' A. L. i,. v Nsoon 0: F W A r Delivery Delicious ljome Made Pies R el' 2-3221 31850 U I: CH ' rville, Pa. R li F Service l28 r 'X x Compliments of LAWRENCE JEWELERS DMRY FARMS Aubley Hileman ll6 Market Street RD' If Ford City, po. Kiffcnningf Penna- Rogef2-5989-Rogefz-5986 cRoYl.E's 1 REFRIGERATION Complete Line of Appliances l 1 gi W ROger 2-3l2l X G W W 904 Fourth Ave. Ford City, Pa. 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