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

 - Class of 1960

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The door of your office has always been open to us in time of need. During these four most important years of our lives, you have watched and guided us while hoping that we accomplish the things for which we strive. Under your competent supervision, our student council has gained the respect of our student body and our community. Our class will always respect and admire you for your kindness. Always remember us, for we surely will always remember you. May God bless and keep you always. Very sincerely yours, The Class of 1960 5:14-?5,:g:i:qwgq I .- A, : :.zg1n.x-...g,.,n-:Wi .,.......:, pl... ' .. . f - .ar- n"'ul -wks. . , '. 1 " 1 s " ,,. , .,,,. ,,. -W. -1,1 A-, APPRECIATION HAROLD SOWERS Dear Mr. Sowers, How can we ever express our gratefulness to you for the guidance you have given in presenting this record of memories to the students of Ford City High School? We will always remember you, Mr. Sowexs, and how you were never too busy to take time to help and advise us. You willingly gave up every Wednesday night and many evenings after school when you might have given time for your many other activities and responsi- bilities. We will always honor and respect you and remember you as a wonderful friend. Gratefully yours, The 1960 Trireme Staff 1 "' -e y i . A. M . Z. fm mf., , . ,gf ' ' .L if ,X 3' if . H f I ' My I 'fslW'ff'.' Q '57 ':'5!1"-'fij'5"'5 ., 'QW SL . 'vwfsufi eil J5w1SktiIiiE591iZ' 'A'7lf'l'lf'1t"ilst?'QVSSL?f'r?WQ'f'3'4'V7Wf1',:'f, ' ' V , . Vip, , . - ,, ,- Q f ,Vg , ' ' 'f?,2m,L Jaya- tit 5 I Q ' :lin ' ff- fTgrZ,f911ffsw'A""-::,l'."W" M4153 f-,SAIL A 1 122512 A il ,f5m11ir,L 4: -we 0 , N ' Wan 7 ff-i , :Qi , ef X ,X N M F A- N. - ,, Q, ,.,. Aw: ,L--,S+3.Q ,-g,,.:QQ1'f:ff5, rv ,Q1 1 f 22 rw ic M3 L Q X W X St ,,.. AA,, , 3? WA V, , w ' ' A- K -1 - ?Sx,:??151-kqfffzggj. , .L 'Q QL 'fEf?'Qgi!X"'l'ff.,,'- 2fm.f'-J'x?"'.- .L'fEiLifgj"v wifi . 5 . .L 5ViYTil'j ' Y gall 5 lf- DPDCM-iU1+--+2P-4353, v-H4 DP CICUDPH1 Z 253 F" P-4+-3 WILLIS A. BAUM-Superintendent TO THE CLASS OF 1960 . .. Strive to appreciate and understand what is being done to improve your circumstances in life. The foundation for future being has been partly laid here in Ford City High School. Many of you will complete that foundation by attending institutions of higher learning. Wherever your footsteps lead you as a member of our society, make sure you are always a credit to your home, church, school and community. www, ww fs-'O' HA YM ONIJ IC. MIIgLER I'rincipal I.1111g11'41l11I11li1111fI1111111,II11-1fI11ss11I I'D11Il11II"111'1I C111 IIigI151-I11111I 11111111 1-1111111I1'li1111 11I WIIII' I1i'1 -1' 1 H -- ' " A ,I1 I1111I 1.11111. 111111 1I11-N Ililx I11'1-11 1111 1'X1'1'1IlllllilIIf a1111I11l11111f. IlilI'1I 1 '11 '11111 I 11 11Ix111?1 gx 1 11f wl111I1111ls z1111I 11111 I11111- 1'1111111I1-I1'1I Illilllf 11111'lI1x1I1iI11 111'11j111'If 1I111'I11u 1ffl1flSI f11111'y11111's. 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Westminster College to Fl N3 'x 6 sy Ns N X mx, MERLE A BARGER FSTELLE BECKWIT 'se MARILYN BOWSER Geneg-aj Shop Math NgtXNb Dental Hygienist B 5 M Ed D, ,N X Temple Universlty Cahfprma S T C UHIVCTSITY of?QJut-gl' gmfl xt Q wavvm xi' LEWIS BUYERS Science, Mathematics B.S. Indiana S.T.C. MARGARET D. CARR Home Economics B.S. Indiana S.T.C. PAUL CARUSO Mathematics B.S., M.Ed. Clarion S.T.C. University of Pittsburgh WALTER CHARLEY Driver Training, Social Studie B.S. Indiana S.T.C. ! , fx M1 rvf s JOHN .I CHRISTY MARGARET CLAYPOOL ELIZABETH D COFFMAN Health Guidance Counselor Home Economics Physical Education B S M Ed Flow College University of Pittsburgh 'Q ELIZABETH C. COGLEY English II B.A. Westminster College HENRY DIETZ Home and School Visitor Science B.S., M.Ed. Indiana S.T.C. University of Pittsburgh THOMAS DONGILLA Art B.S. Indiana S.T.C, GEORGE DUPIERREUX Wood Shop University of Pittsburgh BESSE EKIS JOHN F ENGLERT CAROL L FORD Clvlcg, Ilglgmry English, Spanish Indiana S T C Grove City College MISS B. GAUDELLI Physical Education B.S. Slippery Rock S.T.C. CHARLES E. GREGORY Mathematics B.S.. M.Ed. Grove City College University of Pittsburgh CHESTER GURSKI Mathematics B.S. Indiana S.T.C. ROBERT R. HAMILTON Biology, Science B.S. Westminster College DARYL L. JOHNSON 'VIARY PATRICIA MACK MARGARET MAXEINER Bookkeeping, Mathematics Typewrttin Latln En llsh B S B S B A Grove City College University of Pltt bur ll Crove City Colle e JEAN MCCLEARY Librarian B.S. Clarion S.T.C. JOSEPHINE S. MYERS U, S. History, Mathematics Indiana S.T.C. SUE MYERS History, English A.B. Grove City College MARTHA PAINTER English B.A. University of Pittsburgh MICHAEL PETRONCHEK KATHERINE S. PLISCOF JESSIE RHINES Instrumental Music Commercial Geography Science B.S., M.Ed. ' University of Pittsburgh Clarion ST C Indiana S.'l:.C. Pennsylvania University . .1 -1 ,. a4b,,i me f u ,mv 54 +1-Juv ' HUBERT B. RUPERT Biology, Health B.S., M.A. University of Illinois University of Pittsburgh STANLEY L. SCANLON English B.S. Indiana S,T.C. CLAIRE M. SCHAFFER School Nurse R.N. Allegheny General Hospital MILDRED SCHALL Geography, Science B.S., M.Ed. Indiana S.T.C. 'JN 'YBLV 1 lv A I QQ? THEODORE SHAKLEY HAROLD SOWERS Ill! uw I Mathematics Science A, KV tw Bs. Bs., M.Ed. f my WI' B.s. Indiana S.T.C. Bethany College I I Indiana S.T.C. University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh if l MARTIN E. THOMPSON Choral Music B.M.Ed. Illinois Wesleyan University EDNA F. TYLINSKI Reading B.S. Indiana S.T.C. LESTER I. WALLACE English, Speech B.S. Indiana S.T.C. DAVID N. WEBER Art B.S. Indiana S.T.C. GLENNA M WOOD .IOHN H YELLAND JANE IVICGRAINOR En li h III English Student Teacher Music Indiana ST C Geneva Colle e Indiana S.T.C LOUINE BLOOM Music Indiana S.T.C. JOHN SIGCIA Music Indiana S.T.C. ILIDITH CLARK Library Clarion S.T.C. CAROLYN LOCH Chemistry Indiana S.T.C. CAROL DATNHOF MAlmVIN GALI Chvmi In G00 iaphy Indiana Q T C Indiana Q T C CUSTODIANS Mr: Frick, Mr. Bowser Mr. Kovalovsky, Mrs. Hellgren Mr. Flick, Mr. Emery l CAFETERIA STAFF 6 M. Pavlik, P. Lalish, A. Longwell, E. Shaffer, B. Taruek, B. Crossman. A, Kolakowski, A. Heilman, V. Henderson, C. McGregor. Milo Hileman Tire Service Sam Friedland Paul's Auto Parts Allens Drug Store Space's Fruit Market Lillian's Beauty Shop Maucks Jewelers Dr. M. Rambach Cadogan Store Co. Coach'n Four Motel Al 8 Fran Beauty Shop Apple's Clothes Baney Studio Ford City Electric Co. Spookie Sandwich Shop 'ole-e. PAT RONS Foreman's Hardware Woodie,s Flower Shop Gruskins Charles Nathaniel McConnell-Watterson Einstein Sz Campbell Dr. Opalka F oulis Dry Cleaners Baum's Plumbing Watson's General Store Al Sz Frans Beauty Shop Rev. Edward Kretz Wendell A. Welch Funeral Home Brody's fKittanningJ Arner's Florist Shop H 5 S S E N I O R S 1 1 fxxx jg .X CAROL ANDERSON Chorus lg FHA 4. Future Plans-Beautici JOHN BARTOLOV Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 Future Plans-Seek Em GLORIA BECK Trireme Business 43 Future Plans--Seek E ROGER BELLOTTI Orchestra 1. Future Plans-Service School C 5 Football 23 Intramurals 2, 3. ployment fi.Hi.Y 2, 3, 4, officer 4. loyment LAVONNE BENNINGER Class-Ip 4, Trlreme Edltorlal 4, Chorus 1, 2, Penn Ford Historians 1. Future Plans-Seek Employment RUSSELL WILSON Tumbling Club 1. Future Plans Undeclded THERESA BOGUSLAWSIK Class-lp 3, 4, Penn Ford Historians lg FTA 2, 4 GAA 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Future Plans-College MICHAEL BORDICK Penn Ford Historians 1, Tumbling Club 1, 2, 4g ln tramurals 1, 2, 3. Future Plans-Service CONN IE BECK Chorus lg FHA 4. Future Plans-Business School or Seek Employment GEORGE BEERE Student Council 3g Chorus 2, 3, 4g Band lg MMM 3, 4g Key Club 3, 4g Slide Rule Club 2, 4, Track 2g Intramurals 1. Future Plans-College MARY JO BENNER Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club lg GAA 3, 43 FNA 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-Nursing School PAUL BOBACK lntramurals 3. Future Plans-Service CONNIE BLONDEAUX Trlreme Busmess 4 Chorus 1 FHA 4 Offlcer 4 Trl-H1-Y 2, 3, 4g GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-Business School or Seek Employment WALTER BOGUSLAWSKI Future Plans-Service or Seek Employment BARBARA BOWSER Chorus lg FHA 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment RICHARD BOWER Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Business School Class In 1 Chorus 2 Penn Ford Historians Ig Senior Play Crew 4 Intramurals I 2 3, 4-3 Photography VIRGINIA BURDETT Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4-5 Class Officer 2, 33 Trireme Editorial 4-3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4-, Officer 3, 4g MMM 2, 3, 4g Orchestra I, 25 NHS 3, 4g FTA 2, 3, 413 Latin Club 2, Officer 2, Spanish Club 33 Senior Play Cast 4-g Radio and TV Club 3g Chorus 13 Intramurals lg Fife and ,lug Band lg Freshman Play. Future PIansACoIlege PERRY BOWSER Football 4-g Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4-. Future Plans-Service EDNA I. BURFORD Chorus I, 2g Latin Club 2g Intramurals I. Future Plans-Nursing School RICHARD BRANDSTETTER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 MMM 3, 4. Future Plans-Service Eilwlnz MMS ESTHER CHARNEY FHA 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment ROBERT BURIAK Tumbling Club 4g Football I, 2, 3, 4-g Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College ILA CHRISTY Band 1, 2, 3, 4-, Officer 45 Orchestra 2, 3, FHA 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 44 GAA 4-. Future Plans-Business School JAMES BURTON Junior Hi-Y 4-g Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3. Future Plans-College LILLIAN CHRISTODULES FHA 2, 3, 4-g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4-g GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment KENNETH CARLEY Future Plans-Business School JOAN COGLEY Penn Ford Historians Ig FHA 4-g Tri-Hi-Y 2. Future Plans-Seek Employment VICTOR CESARE Student Council 35 Basketball lg Intramurals 2 Future Plans-Service MMM!! E655 ZIGMOND CHAR EY Class Officer 3g Stud nt Council 2 3 4- Penn Ford Historians 13 Tumbli g Club 4 Sllde Rule Club 3 Latin Club 2g Spanis Club 4 Senior Play Casft 4 Foothall 1. Future Plans-College RHETTA COLEM N Trireme Business 4-g Oxichestra 1 2 3 4- FHA 1 Future Plans-Busines? School l GEORGE CHESTNUT Future Plans-Service LINDA CRISSMAP Student Council lg G Band lg Library Club FNA 3. Future Plans-College JOSEPH DODDS Student Council 4-g Baseball 3, 4-. Future Plans-College ROSEMARY DINUS Trireme Editorial 4-3 Chorus lg FHA 3, 4-g Tri-Hi-Y 45 Senior Play Crew 4-5 FNA 2. Future Plans-Business School JANET DOWLINC Chorus 1, FHA 2, GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-Business School it CAROL CZAPOR Penn Ford Historians lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, C-AA 3. Future Plans-Nursing School DEAN COWAN Future Plans-Seek Employment RICHARD CROSSMAN Spanish Club 2, Art Club 2, 3, Officer 3. Future PIanskSeek Employment CORNELIA DAVIS Glass-Ip 1, 2, 3, 4, Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, FTA 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Senior Play Crew 4-g Freshman Play, Speech Masters 2. Future Plans-College LARRY CROYLE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, L Future Plans-College a i HHHTH DUNN Penn Ford Hlstorlans 1 Llbrary Club 1 FHA 4 GAA 3. Future Plans- DOUGLAS Senio-r Play Club 2. Future Plans- SANDY'DUNN Class-lp 2, 3 4 Trlreme Edltorlal 4 Penn Ford Historians lg Tn H1 Y 2 Spamsh Club 3 Semor Play Crew 4g Art Club 4 Offlcer 4 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Future Plans College DAVHJDUNN Future Plans Undeclded Trlreme Buslness 4 Chorus 2 Orchestra lg FHA 1 Student Councll 3 4- Officer 4 NHS 43 Glass Ip 1 Trlreme Edltorlal 4 FNA 2 3 Chorus 1, 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 Senlor Play Crew 4g Art Club 4 EVELYN FENN ELL Future Plans Seek Employment ELIZABETH MCCOLLIM Chorus lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g FHA 45 Senior Play Crew 4. Future Plans-Beautician School ROBERT F RICK Student Council 1, Glass-Ip 1, 2, 3, Trireme Editorial 43 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 49 MMM 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Senior Play Cast 45 Art Club lg Photography Club 25 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College 33 NANCY GRAHA Chorus 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 23 Library Club 4, Tumbling Cl b lg FTA 3g Spanish Club 3, 4-g GAA 3, FNA 4. Future Plans-Nursin. School RAYMOND FUN YGA Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-, Of icer 4-g MMM 2, 3, 4-, Officer 4-3 NHS 3, 4-g Key Club , 4-3 Slide Rule Club 2, 33 Senior Play Cast 4-g Debate Club 4-. Future Plans-College CAROLE HAROSKY Student Council 3, 4-3 Chorus lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4-g Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4, MMM 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 4-, Officer 4-5 Radio and TV Club 3. Future Plans-Business School THOMAS GRAY Track 2. Future Plans-Service JANET HROMADIK Future Plans-Nursing School ELSIE HUMENICK Future Plans-Seek Employment Trireme Business 4-5 Chorus 1, 29 Penn Ford His- torians lg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4-5 CAA 4, FNA 4-. FHA lg Spanish Club 1, Cheering Club 1. MALCOLM HILEMAN Band 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4-3 Football lg Intramurals 1, Weight Lifting Club 4-. Future Plans-Undecided N ORMA JEAN JOHNSON Trireme Business 4-Q Chorus 2 3 FHA 4-, Officer 4-5 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Senior Play Crew 4-5 GAA 3, 4-. Future Plans-Business School GAA 3 4. KINGSLEY HENDERSON Chorus 3, 4, Band lg Key Club 3, 45 Slide Rule Club 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Baseball 25 Track 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Service BEVERLY HUTCHISON Trireme Business 43 Chorus 1, 2, FHA 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-Business School SANDRA HAWTHORNE Trireme Business 45 Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Future PIGHS-BUSIHCSS School VERONICA GOLAB Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4, FNA 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment and Homemaker MARK FUNDYGA Football Manager 1g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment BARBARA HALAS Class-Ip lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Penn Ford Historians 1 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Majorette 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Crew 4 GAA 3, FNA 2, 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-College DONALD GARMONG Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment ELIZABETH HUMENIK Penn Ford Historians 13 FHA 1. Future Plans-Seek Employment 36 I PATRICIA KUNKLE Chorus lg Tri-Hi-Y 4g Art Club 2, 4. Future Plans-Technical School CAROLE LAW Future Plans4Nursing School THOMAS HUGHAN Football lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College ' SHIRLEY LAZARCDFF Student Council 3, 4, lOfficer 33 Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus lg Band I, 2g, Orchestra 1, 2, Officer 2, NHS 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Officer 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4, CAA 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-Nursing School Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus Ig Band I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, CAA 3, 4, FNA 2, 3, 4. HELEN KAIVIMERDIENER Trireme Business 4, Chorus 1, FTA 4, Latin Club 2g Senior Play Crew 4, GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-College DON HOBAUGH Student Council 3, 4, Officer 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 2, FTA 2, 3, Football 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College MARY ANN KENDRA Trireme Editorial 43 Tri-Hi-Y Cast 4g GAA 3, 43 FNA 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Business School LARRY HOWLETT Senior Play Crew 4. Future Plans-Business School 3, 49 Senior Play SANDRA LEE Student Council 3, Chorus Ig Library Club 2, 33 Tumbling Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 43 Spanish Club 3, 4g Cheerleader 3, 4-3 Senior Class Play 4-Q Debate Club 4-. Future Plans-Homemaker MAX KAMER Chorus Ig Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, Officer lg MMM 2, 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2g Basket- ball 2. Future Plans-Service or Seek Employment ELSIE McKAIN FHA 43 Chorus 1. Future PlansfSeek Employment or Homemaker DENNIS LEFCHIK Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Penn Ford Historians 1, Stamp Club 3, 44 FTA 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College NANCY MELEASON Student Council 1 3 4- Trlreme Editorial 4 Chorus Ig Band 1, 2, 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 MMM 2 Officer 43 NHS 3 4 Latin Club 2 Senior Play Cast 45 FNA 2, 3, 4, Officer 4- Intramurals 1 Future Plans-Nursmg School SHIRLEY MILLER Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, 2 CAA 3 Cheerleading 2 Future Plans-Seek Employment or Homemaker GERALD LERNER Penn Ford Historians murals 3. Future Plans-Service VICTORIA NOVA Trireme Editorial 43 Historians lg FTA 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Future Plans-College JOAN ONDO Chorus lg Penn Ford Future Plans-fSeek RONALD MAZUR FTA lg Basketball l, 2. Future Plans-College K lg Tumbling Club 4, Intra- Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-g Penn Ford 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer Officer 3, 4. istorians lg FHA 43 GAA 3, 4. ployment ,3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA PAUL Student Co-uncil 33 Trireime Business 43 Chorus 1, 2, Penn Ford Historians lg FHA 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Crew 4, CAA 3, 45 Baton Club 2, 3, 4. Future Plans Seek Employment TONI PENDLETON Chorus 2, 3, 4, Penn Ford Historians lg Tumbling Club 2, Sewing Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 CAA 3, 49 FHA 4. Future Plans-College or Business School PAUL McKEEGAN Chorus 25 Spanish Club 3, Senior Play Crew 4g Bas- ketball lg Track 4g Art Club 4. Future Plans-College MARY PEPPER Trireme Business 4, Chorus l, 23 Penn Ford Historians lg FHA 3, 45 GAA 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-Business School ANNA MARIE REMIS Future Plans-4Seek Employment DENISE RENALDO Future Plans-College JOHN MOFFIT Student Council 4, Officer 43 Band 1, 2, 3g MMM 3, 43 NHS 3, 4g Key Club 3, 43 Slide Rule Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Senior Play Cast 4. Future Plans-College DARLETTA RICGLE Trireme Business 43 Chorus 1, 23 FHA 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Senior Play Crew 43 GAA 3, 4. Student Council 33 Trireme Business 43 Chorus 13 Orchestra I, 2g NHS 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 FTA 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Officer 33 GAA 33 FNA 2, 3. LOUISE PETRAS Trireme Business 43 Chorus 1, 2g GAA 3, 4g Tumbling Club 2g FHA 3, 4, Officer 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Future Plans-Business School JAMES MCKERNAN Football 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Undecided .IUDITH REITLER Trireme Editorial 4g Chorus I, 2, 13 Tri-Hi-Y 43 GAA 4g FHA 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Se-ek Employment DENNIS MINICH Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Service 3, 43 Library Club 932514311 40 SALLY JO RITCHEY Trircme Editorial 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4, CAA 3, FNA 3, 4, English Club 1. Future Plans-Nursing School HENRY MOFRES Tumbling Club 4, Intramurals 2, Art Club 1. Future Plans-Seek Employment GERALD ODREY Chorus 1, 2, Slide Rule Club 4, Latin Club 2, Senior Play Cast 4, Senior Play Crew 4, Intramurals 1. Future Plans-College BARBARA RUSSELL Penn Ford Historians 1, Library Club 2, 3, Tumbling Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Senior Play Crew 4, GAA 3, 4, FNA 2, 3, 4. Future Plans--Nursing School BETTY SADESKI Glass-lp 1, 2, 3, 4, Triremc Editorial 4, Chorus 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, MMM 3, 4, Officer 4, Library Club 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Sewing Club 2, Officer 2, Baton Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-College BETTY SAY Chorus 2, 3, 4, Penn Ford Historians 1, Library Club 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, GAA 3, Art Club 1, Tab Book Club 1, 2. Future Plansf -Seek Employment BETTY LOU SCHALL Penn Ford Historians 1, Tab Book Club 1, 2, Tri- Hi-Y 3, GAA 3, 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment ROBERT PETROSKY Chorus 1, 2, Penn Fond Historians 1. Future Plans-College llfllllt' Bu llll N 5 5 4 0ffIi'l'1' 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, DONALD HEICH Futura Plans-Undccided WILLIAM WHITE Chorus I, 23 'I'umlJIing murals I, 2. Future Pfans College EUGENE REPAK Football I, 2, 3 ,43 Track 2, 3. Future Plans--Collegel or Service HELEN SPANG ' Chorus 13 Orchestra ll, 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 SCHi0T Play Crew 4. Future Pfans-Servic-elor Seek Employment PATRICIA STUMP Chorus 1, 33 FHA 3,143 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Crew 4. 1 Future Plans-Undecimlled JAMES RICH I Intramurals 2. Future Plans-Service pr Seek Employment JUDITH SWAST PATRICIA SYKU TA Future Plan s-Seek Employment Trireme Busines 43 Chorus I, 2g Band I, 2, 3, 43 Or- chestra Ig Penn Ford Historians I3 FHA 43 FTA 3. Future Plans-Business School or Seek Employment Trireme Business 4g Tumbling Club 23 FHA 4g Tri- Hi-Y 43 Senior Play Crew 43 GAA 4. JOSEPH RISKOSKY Football I, 2. 3, 43 Basketball 2. 3g Track 2g In- tramurals 4. Future Plans-College PATRICIA THEVENIN Library Club I, Officer I3 FHA 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Crew 43 CAA 3, 43 Art Club I, 2 Future Plans---Business School PATRICIA VALEK Spanish Club 4. Future Plans-Business School JANET VIROSTEK CAROL WALBERT Chorus I. 2, Tumbling Club Ig FHA 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Majorctte I, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Crew 4: CAA 2, 3. 4g Debate Club 4g Baton Club I, 2, 3. 4. Future Plans-Business School EUGENE SMITH Manager of Basketball 1.2. 3, 4. Future Plans-Service Class-Ip lg Trireme Business 43 Chorus Ig FHA 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Crew 4g CAA 3, 4, Class-Ip 3, 4, Edirol 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, MMM 3, 43 NHS 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 43 CAA 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-Business School or Seek Employment GERALD RUPERT Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans-Service LOIS THOMPSON Trireme Editorial 45 Chorus 1, FHA 4g Tri-Hi-Y 2 3, 49 Senior Play Crew 4g CAA 4. Future PIansiSeek Employment ROSE MARIE VALASEK Trireme Editorial 4, Chorus lg FHA 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4 Senior Play Crew 4g CAA 3, 4, Sewing Club 2. Future Plans-Seek Employment RICHARD SIAR Future Plans-College i' 44 RUTH ANN WALKER Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, MMM 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Penn Ford Historians 1, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Stage Play Crew 4, GAA 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, FNA 2, 3, 4, Officer 4. Future Plans-Nursing School BARRY STEIM Student Council 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, MMM 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. Future Plans-College CARL STUPKA Band 2, Slide Rule Club 1, Spanish Club 4. Future PIansASen1ice GARNET WALKER Trireme Business 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Tumbling Club 1. Future PlanssSeek Employment RUTH ANN WALTENBAUGH Trirenie Business Manager 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, FTA 4, Senior Play Crew 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, FNA 3. Future Plans-College KATHY WILCOX CEIOYUS 1, 29 Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, Penn Ford Historians 1, FHA 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Crew 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment or Homemaker JUDITH WINGATE Orchestra 2, 3, Penn1Ford Historians 1, Library Club 1, 2, Tumbling Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, GAA 3, 4, FNA 3, 4, Sewing Club 3. 3 Future PlansfBusiness School SAMUAL SYBERT Future Plans-Undecided C ALBERT SMULIK Future Plans-Undecided EVELYN WISER FHA 4. Future Plans-Seek Employment CHRISTINE ZEYBEKIAN Art Club 4-. Future Plans-Training School GARY SOUTHVVORTH Band l, 2, 3, 4-g Tumbling Club l. Future Plans-Service - V SAMUEL THOMPSON Football l, 2, 3, 4g Babketball l Z Future Plans4Colle e or SLTVICC RONALD SIMMONS Chorus 1, FTA 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Penn Ford Historians I. Future Plans---College LAWRENCE LUX Future Plans-Service WAN DA BOARTS Trireme Business 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Future Plans-Homemaker JAMES McKEE Senior Play Crew 4. i Future Plans4Se1'vice Club 3, Intramurals 1, ROBERT WYANT Future Plans-Service or Seek Employment EDWARD SIMMONS Future Plans-Service ELAINE DANHOF Future Plans-Be-autician School JOHN WILSON Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, MMM 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 4, Senior Play Cast 4. Future Plans-V-College THEODORE ZABLOCKI JOSEPH ZANETTI CANDACE ODRECHOWSKI Future Plans-Service Tumbling Club 4-g Weight Lifting Dance Club lg Red Cross Club l Club 4. Library Club 2, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Future Plans-Service Future Plans-Business School l Judy, Mary Ann. Geleg, Susie, Nancy, Fred. Dick, Jerry, Denise, Moo, Shirloy. Pat Smolik Denise and Friend Torio. Neil, Dorothy, Carol, Virginia. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS LESTER WALLACE ELIZABETH COFFMAN MARGARET CARR DAVID WEBER HAROLD SOWERS THOMAS DONGILLA ny A ,WR fm '1, 7 in - .1 ix S-ming 515214: A 5 If-'Pig' f 'xx . ' 'kv I xxx' hx: KA NA ' .2 w, -. iii. is - ,. y ' . ' X 'xg .1 ,x , K., , ,VY , Klein. I 1.52 i gh ig, , v wizizx iffc slsy ,.,.,,, -,., 15-1 k-,".' V. , 52 JUNIORS Clarence Brown Jack Brown James Bucko Virginia Burford Walter 'Busch Elaine Carley Joseph Carr Richard Charlson Joseph Charney Darrell Chestnut Jean Claypool Sally Clever Gary Cobbett Paulette Comeau Carol Conley James Crawford Alice Coulson Jacquelyn Davis James Davis M sf 'ii ia, s ef : , IF K HQ A 4. fl 7 L , Nancy Aites John Allensworth Mary Louise Allensworth Ray Andra Michael Angello James Augustine Dessie Baker Janet Beck Alene Bednar James Bernot Robert Beuth Judith Bowser Desira Blose Macey Bowser Marsha Bowser Anna M. Boguslawski Joseph Boguslawski Donna Lee Bowser Jay Bowser Cary Boyd Carol Brown Walter Delp Virginia Doms Larry Eck Donald Fichthorn Joseph F ickes Patricia Fox Kathryn Galanis Frank Gallo Daniel Gariglio Donald Guriglio Evelyn Gatchel Joann Gladys Willard Heilman Jerry Hepler Barbara Grinder Gail Guthrie Triffie Hartzell Sandra Hawk Maryann Herhst Mary Ellen Hetrick - Slif K JUNIORS Rosemary Hrahovsky Stephen Hudek William Ingram Paul .lakola Robert .lanovsky Constance Kaczor Janice Kammerdiener Fred Kendra Glenda Kerr Newton Kerr Alan King Elaine King Judith King Romana King Patricia Klaput - I K 53 JUNIORS Cecelia Nimerosky Rosemarie Omasta Sally Palczer ' William Paroli N Dianne Penn Margaret Pepper Patricia Peresie Patricia Peters Evelyn Polka Thomas Porter Gerald Ramsey Jennie Lee Ranger Carole Recny .loan Reitler Monte Renaldo 5555? f L rvmwf Linda Riffer Joan Riggle Karen Risher Richard Ross Leslie Rupert Richard Rupert Connie Rupp Linda Schnitzler Shirley Schrecengost Kathy Schrekengost Herman Schultz Richard Scripps Rosemary Skubel Victor Skukalek Rlchard Senepole Y Marlene Serrao William Shirey Ruth Silvis Robert Slabon Carol Slanicka J. Waugaman L. Westwood E. Kania V. L. McNe1ly J. Tinant R. Trop E. Troutman G. Troutman P. Utley J. Vacula B. Valasek C. Valek J. Verschuren G. Wagner K. Wagner F. Walhert L. Waltenbaugh D. Wheat J. Williams M. Wolfe G. Wyant C. Yanoff D. Yount C. Zablocki M. Zahradnik w l P' Zaniui ABSENTEES l l w B. J. Bizyak 3 M. Dietz 56 l Ei RAY ANDRE CHARLES VALEK JOE CHARNEY JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS ADVISORS GLENNA WOOD SARA BAKER KATHERINE PLISCOF MARY P MACK CHARLES GREGORY DARYL JOHNSON 57 SOPHOMORES Naincy Cousins B adley jrerald Charl Jane Cowan Rose Daniel John Danihel Clair Davis Kathie Davis Hut BETHEL Carrie J ack h Delp Demchik Dosch Dunmire Dunmire Roy Fennell Carvenor ene Crossman t Crytzer George Andra Edward Bernot Lloyd Bier Charles Blondeaux Marion Bordick William Bowser Gaylene Bowser Rosella Bowser Wesley Boyd Lula Brandon Bonnie Brown Vincent Bruno Antonia Cacurak Linda Carpen Samuel Buccieri James Burdett Ralph Burdett Robert Burdett Cora Mae Caudle Clifford Claypool Marjorie Fetterman Edward Ford Joseph Garay Colwell Garth Edward Gual Claire Gerstner Carol Gillespie Michael Colah Ronald Grafton Miles Grantz Walter Cray Richard Hancock Ruthann HHBIIOW Robert Hooks James Hartman Kenneth Heilman Scott Heilman Fred Henderson Mane Hornyak Edward H-udek lil 'L ass- Caroline Lahutka Gerald Lazaroff Gerald Lefchik Patricia Liperote Vincent Livengood Tim Lloyd Barbara Lloyd Norma Mansfield Kenneth Markby Theresa Markilinski Sally Milz SOPHOMORES Christine Petrus Carol Phillips Ann Placek Terry Ranger Paul Rehak Ernest Reich Edward Reitler George Repak Paul Rice Paulette Rice Judith Ricket Vincent Rich Judith Riggle Gary Robinson Pamela Rosenberger Edward Mazurek Judith McCol1im Ronald Miller Judy Morhac Bonnie McKernan Chester Mechling William Mechling Rose Ann Mikula Paul Ondo James Onofrey John Patton Blaine Pendleton Thomas Perpich Joan Perry e i fab! fi ffw Swv X e .Ui Richard Smith qi tar X .., 4 , x I 5 V I.. .il ! i 9 V V V , , to fi l Fl 'GH 3 I X rv .-an H.. fa . o .R , Q . ,l :,...., ,- Q 1- .. gun, -. 0 l i kk,: if ,T f R r. Vf Linda Roudybush Stanley Roush James Rupert Kay Rupp Jamie Russell John Sacik Sandra Saloum Josephine Sanoba Doris Schaeffer Joan Schaffhauser Charles Schmaus Sally Schrecengost Robert' Smolen Stanley Smolen Rita Scripps Carol Shaffer Diana Sheaffer Gayle Smith Ianet Spang Leona Spang Keith Spicher Wesley Stitt Richard Stivason SGPHOMORES Margaret Stivenson ,, 1 , ' .3 1 .9 f PM. if E' Q,-ww. ,--'Y ' ' JJR... I i I , .- K W, H M-fe 1 My K ' i"'Aii' 'A " f , . Vt, ll! l f diva -me x saw f feet ai'g,31s5i.!:z. 'gmy,f3.- ' 3 Q " 'htm Q . My Na B451 ,L 5 Marian Swartz Thomas Swartzlander Robert Sweet Barbara Sweitier Douglas Swigart .lack Swigart Carole Szybka Eddie Taladay Clifford Tesone Michael Thevenin Dan Tressler Shirley Tregaskes Larry Troutman 1 W 1 eeit if J John Tufko fi i l Richard M0 Q t is R t t 1 a t 61 " i"' .. , . ttti tt,lA,, ,., M Seno ole B Painter D. Farester L. Lingenfelter J. Valasek S. Veek R. Vulgar R. Walker R. Ware R. Wheat F. White A. Wilson D. Wilson J. Wingate J. Wise M. Wolfe G. Woodside J. Yassem R Zlllya ABSENTEE SANDRA SALOUM CAROL SHAFFER BRUCE CROYLE BONNIE BROWN SOP SOPHOMOBE CLASS OFFICERS ASS ADVISORS SUE MYER ELIZABETH COCLEY MARGARET AUBREX ROBER1' ADANIS 63 --" 4 FRONT ROW: L. Miller, 13. Blystonc. S. Mitchell. D. Olslleski. F. Krizmanicll. K. Hynick. B. Hoyet, S. McMann, M. Kahat. R. Mitchell, E. Helrick. SECOND ROW: K. LCP, R. Kunst. M. Hill-man, M. ArIlCll21llX. N. Hulmaugh, l. Meintcl. C. l..lYf'IlgE00d, V. Klaput, D. Lee. M. A. Mraz, A. Law. Mr. Scanlon. THIRD ROW: R. lWEi1'ClllL'li. P. Mast:-rs. ,I. Mills-r. T. Ludwick. R. Minteer. 5. Molnar. R. Morelli. J. Lysukowski, R. Janknwski. J. Opalka, R. Klukan, G. Olingger. NINTH GRADE FRONT ROW: C. Nicutra, M. Pvppcr, l'. Turicik. M. l'll'lllll1iIl, Nl. Yates, A. Rvsnick. M. Grilrik. A. Hulizna, J. Russo. S. Yoakum, D McElf1'eSl1. Mrs. Wl8Xl'flIlk'I'. SECOND ROW: U. Uruskin, ,l. RL-4-for. P. Evans. J. W'i0dl. K. NIllllLK'l', T. Dodds, Claybaugll, J. Row Ser, M. A. Batz. H. Herllst, S. Rf-nu, ff, Hulings, M. Ylnffitt. THIRD ROW: D. Dunn. E. Nathallivl. J. Cribik, F. Hrabovsky. J. Horn yak, A. SOLlll1WVlP1'fll, R. Rurllvtt. .l. Rus:-0, ,l. Tmlssailxt. P. Xvucle. J. C11-gig, M. Nl'l54Dll, C, l.llX. -. A - I "I g I R54 in if 1 .X FRONT ROW: L. Troulman. L. Zablocki, H. Wingurd. D. Waltenbaugh. M. Siar. L. Stivason, P. Walker, M. Yapp, M. L. Waltenbaugh M. Woodside, C. Sybert. SECOND ROW: B. Wolfe, J. Stupka, T. Zane-itti, P. Walsh. L. Steffy, V. Winter, M. Svantner, A. Ware, C Shoop, P. Zacharias. J. Szul, J. Stitt, V. Summerville. THIRD ROW: D. Yanoff, F. Stivason, M. Taleff, J. Simmons, R. Volk, C. Troup R. Stivason. J. Wendell. G. Szul, R. Zion, W. Wiser. C. Yockey, L. Vergari, D. Zermane. NINTH GRADE FRONT ROW: W. Rizzardo, F. Rizzardo, L. Ritchey, D. Penn, V. Robertson. S. Russell, J. Riffer, M. Riggle, C. Petrie, F.. Rupert SECOND ROW: B. Noullet, J. Ramsey, C. Rcpak, D. Sheldon, K. Round, G. Pendleton, D. Shaw, J. Ranger, M. J. Petras, J. Schuey J. Reynolds. J. Ondo. A. Recny. THIRD ROW: P. Reddinger, J. Nimerosky, R. Paul, L. Rice, J. Schaffhauser, H. Patton, C. Riggle, M Scniow, C. Rupert, S. Petrosky, P. Scnopole, P. Sclxreckcngost. - FRONT ROW: M. Bryan, R. Bosco, M. Baker, V. Allensworth, R. Beck, A. Armstrong, N. Boarts, M. Boyd, S. A. Be-dnar, J. Fidanzato, S. Clark. V. Bowser. SECOND ROW: P. Clivala, R. Birch, J. Allierti, N. Barker, B. Allen, M. E. Charney, A. Charney, A. Blondeaux, R. Bowser, F. Brient, R. Burdett, Miss Ekis. THIRD ROW: F. Clark, J. Bryant, M. Ball, F. Busch, J. Boback, D. Bartolovic, J. Bell, S. Boyd, C. Baculik, J. Bordick, R. Buterbaugh. NINTH GRADE FRONT ROW: L. Galanis, R. Daniels. B. George, C. Faykosh, B. I.. Cliimka, V. Decker, S. Davis, L. Daniella, J. Hartman. Mr. Buyers SECOND ROW: M. Hartman, B. J. Dinus, R. Digiacomv. J. Hileman, B. Hartman, D. Furlong, L. Hoflin, J. Faulx. C. Hansotte, J Heiliuan, D. Farester, S. Girt. THIRD ROW: M. Ewing, K. Claypool. K, Hilcman, C. Hodak, D. Fickes, D. Goldinger, D. Fiscus, R Garmong, J. Haney, D. Caddy, K. Conrad. ., , , ,,,t., I ., ,M , he 5-:pw ' -,ze ,ww-ff'f,4 wc ga ,f 1 Q -, J f 5 254 f L ,EZ ,' ,in ., .wmv .,,...L WW x ,, ,-,. ,.,, . 5, Q. 5 .jg , M, 4 71 f , V , wg L M f V - 14 f ' . , zn ywg V ,gg f V1 'G W 4 7' 'S ' mag, nfl-sf. ' 4 W QQ' I , . ,yi ,V 3 1 2 453 A U.vXu34??Uf7S5lL!f , , K 3 , W ' f - 4' as 1, , 2 uw ' A K ' AVE. 'iizvwrww ' W'Gf ,. 5 7 .5 ',- W" JA' W 'T r':.fwws1V ' 5 5 ETX W W qw W , -by L, A Af-if 1- Z3 -7 ,5 ,gi hw , ' J :fi X iw- J, A 2. ,, V vf.W-fy V I ,m., Ziliifl' ' it 7 ,t .,,. 6 f A, ,X X ,. . f A , 4, 55, ,, IQ: 'mffwl'-11 mzawm-A-Mm, .f 'W i E E FRONT ROW: K. Mcdlunn. N. Rcpak, ll. Major, B. Phillips. E. Ps-lla, J. Orcsiok. C. Rideout, C. Mohr, H. Peters, B. Ortmann, W. Myvrs, J. Minich. SECOND ROW: K. Orvsick, R. M. llcfrpicll, N. Rvillcr, V. lllacek, G. Mclntire, M. A. Peters, P. Piper, J. Pyle, M. Mc-chling, C. Roush. F. MPNLAII. C. Ruln-1'tsun, E. Tylinski. THIRD ROW: T. lNIaxe-imzr, V. Pierce. D. llepler, R. Olingvr. R. Nichol- son, I-I. Pficl. W. Miller. K. Myers, J. Patrick, W. MCCly1n01ids. K. Riskosky, M. A. Plavek. EIGHTH GRADE FRONT ROW: VV. Hvlrick, L. Rulrcl. D. Rii'ilHliiiSllIl, R. Srlirm-im-r, K. Sniellzcr, .l. Say. J. Shaw, J. Ronto, B. Scllall. SECOND ROW: Miss Rhim-s. W. fic-llf-rs. S, Sfhall. ll. Swartz, F. Slim-ufff-r. P. Stululxs, S. Stivason. S. Sli-wart, J. Shaul, S. Sidora, C. Sllellhammer, S I 9 D 9 lullz, L. Shaw, J. Suran, C. Sim- J. Smart. THIRD ROW: R. Raymfml. J. STl4,'Elfff'l', I.. Sinnlvn, N. Silk'l'lIli1Il, l... ,JIlt'IlFCl', ,. ,ay, . -Cl nmns, L. Slilt. D. Shaul. i . if in Q 1 iff . ,.- alla . W ' V K W if rm www Q, -f fi i?.Q.2.,aga1-wm,gG. ,, , 5 3T5 aff5W WS Ruff f QW "Q itil' ,,,,,,..,-wwf N, .mf ww NM-1+-W""'W was il E 5 B 2 ei if i Q 3 FRONT ROW: B. Lardin, S. Masters, R. McElfresh, R. Miller, J. Miller, F. Kamer, R. King, D. King, R. Lias, M. Stitt. SECOND ROW: P. Kijowski, E. Mechling, N. Kornasiewicz, M. McCarthy, A. Mansfield, L. Morhac, B. Miller, S. Miller, D. Mraz, B. Krulia, A. lseman. THIRD ROW: D. Milstead, L. Longwell, D. Lang, R. Knepshield, V. Jeffers, R. Jageman, J. Miller, R. Johnson, E. Lease, W. Leightly, L. McCarthy, C. Lewis. SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW: R. Benson, L. Anthony, W. Brightmyer, T. Austin, R. Beck. R. Bowser, J. Blanier, B. Bohack, L. Bobby, J. Beck, Mr. Caruso. SECOND ROW: B. Baranec. J. Bruner, M. Bruner, C. Bruno, A. Brindger, C. Burdett, L. Boarts, V. Bell, J. Burford, C. Carl, L. Bowser, C. Blose. THIRD ROW: J. Beck, R. Bartosh, B. Beere, J. Brumhaugh, W. Allensworth, D. Beuth, K. Baker, A. Burford, L. Brewer, J. Brumbaugh, .L Boyd, N. 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"""Y1f"'mq' wwwvg ,xv Fiiikx' L fwwflf, , ' I , 1 ,mag fy H X 4 ,, ..2,, 3 1 'qw , . ff ik, X mx A 5, W ff .. ,. ,,,m1H"fii+hi5"'-rl 4 , ' k ' f- may ,.,, , ,, 1 ' -M . 51, 7 . muff. , i , ' ,, , . , SWL 2-G32-'ffl-ik' .i3f:3V0Wf:'-Irs 5 , ' 4 f ---,fi .52--iN av, f.. 'W .avian 'V : --lfviw ff f f av: im -- iffecw' f - , 4 K' iiysif QQ" " - :A 2542: , ,X 'iiff ,ff Y'-- , ,THEY uma ,,,w,g21' il 3+ 2 -f LW, ' -W ,rx ':?,?'2TlTTffiEI.5,-ini: -ff fi --iv K :m?fflSQfW,fAwQ3f1:3f,515 Q df wg 1--s,. ez f f X ,il .,AgMWE?5'A -7 ff. ,,'. M ,ww k -ff A f X fmNe,,.-'iww 2 1- way ' ,lwflzx , S.- V322 if 7! 'm9fasmmw.m,,:: Q- W W FRONT ROW: C. Davis, R. Coleman, D. Coulter, T. Eckman, V. Flick, J. Faulx, R. Davis, A. Decker, P. F6-lker, Mr. Shakley. SECOND ROW: G. Gladvs. K. Doverspike, N. Camp, M. Gibson, D. Faulx, J. Clabauzh. B. Fiscus, W. Fickes, D. Carpen, M. Goyda, J. Fox. THIRD ROW: D. Cogley, G. Edwards, G. Crantz, J. Faulx, S. Dilley, D. Flanders, T. Craven, C. Edwards, K. Comeau, D. 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' ii: 0 - V . 3 1 7- ' . Q r 2 ' ' A o o Q D U l . f 3 A sf, rf o o o 5 iii . n X uh- 1! 4 I o 1 A 1 Q K 5 - Q . 'E rw , . .f, , KA. , if .L , ' ' "' 2 n 0 v 5 K tal' Q P 1 Q I n r ,' if f 5 ZW we 5' . r ' 4' v1 Lf I f it M 4,1 pies .I-1:35-, lf f"1ffSS,f ali A K 1 F1-ri 4 , Q f Q fs? 4 -4 1 Nxt large., 1355: :fini as 5 :e f ' 'Q H3 Ef'-Mgr, ,5 ,S frsff- WH 'y 3.3 .- , .xy fig, .Q if s l 9 1 ,VLA .. Q-New 1 ?ifi5 i ,, , f Q MR. MICHAEL PETRONCHEK ' : ' I During the three years that Mr. Petronchek has been . . . , director of the Ford City High School Instrumental Pro- ' ' ' ' gram the quality of our instrumental groups has vastly : I : I improved. This has been a very busy year for the band Y Q . . , with football games, parades, music festivals and the Don xiii ' ' Jacoby concert in conjunction with Kittanning and Worth- ington Bands. The members of the entire instrumental de- partment of our school join in thanking Mr. Petronchek 31 Q- . . . . . for his flne work. We know that under his directlon the ' music of our school will continue to progress. Y 14. -. A VARSITY BA D VIRGI NIA BURDETT President ILA CHRISTY Secretary CA ROLE HAROSKY Vice-President BARRY STEINI Treasurer BAND ROSTER B. Costanzo, E. Nlazurek, J. Crawford, I. Christy, E. Earley, N. Graham, C. Harosky, J. Swast, M Zuhick, N. Meleason, V. Burdette, C. Law. R. Brandstetter, R. Frick, M. Heilman, M. Kamer, C Rupert, G. Southworth, B. Steim, R. Bower, J. Wilson, P. Hnatiow, K. Risher, B. McGuire, B. Klaput D. Yount, R. Lunz, D. Kovalovsky, J. Lang, W. He-ilman, R. McGuire, C. Stivason, J. Brown, D R R J. A J. B P upert, J. Maxeiner, J. Williams, T. Lloyd, Don Gariglio, Dan Cariglio, R. Senopole, L. Longwell . A. Hnatiow, M. Stivason, C. Kough, J. Daniel, J. Kamer, F. Clark, J. Opalka, J. Szul, K. Heilman Haney, M. Ball, F. Busch, L. Calanis. S. Clark, M. Heilman, A. Southworth, L. Vagari, R. Deemer, . Hansotte, L. Klingensnlith, J. Reynolds, D. Shaw, J. Wiedl, D. Pepler, D. Richardson, A. Clayds. Oresick, P. Walleck, J. Boback, S. Schall, ,l. Calhrath, B. Sadeski, T. Novak, C. Walhert, R. Paul . Halas, P. Cook, K. Spence, N. Lettrich, J. L. Ranger, C. Lloyd, S. Schrecengost, R. A. Mikula . Rosenburger, S. Saloumn. M. Bordick, N. Mansfield, T. Markilinski. s 4 hx f' X, A zwlew, 4:5 nv Ma, A r 1 gi' - 2? ds M m ' ...WMM ,W,. +V , . W 'Q Ewa- W Max, 8 w 4 wg. ,,1 .A,, M Q 1 'X ,Q K n O I .1, is S ' 3 . v W dw wa E I - Q M I BATON CLUB Betty Sadeski, Torie Novak, Carol Walbert, Roberta Paul, Pat Cook, Barbara Halas, Karen Spence, Nancy Lettrich, Shirley Schrecengost, Jennie l.ee Ranger, Christy Lloyd, Pam Rosenberger, Rose Ann Mikula, Theresa Markilinski, Norma Mansfield, Marian Bordick, Sandy Soloum. Dixieland Band Soloists of Varsity Chorus Ei 3 54 , +5 5 2513: I '52 VV' 53 F M A Q Q is F5 9 ' 2 NM it 1 Q T 11,1 ws! 1""' N 1 X ,,,,,,,.,n. 'Z EM FIRST SOPRANO Torie Novak Pat Klaput Carol Slanicka Marion Bordick Leslie Rupert Norma Mansfield Marie Hornyak Nancy Cousins Christy Lloyd Judy Reitler .Iudy Riggle Cele Nimerosky SECOND SOPRANO Gail Guthrie Jane Heilnian Janet Beck Veronica Golab Kay Nan Knight Catherine Sparks Janet Virostek Cathy Zablocki Marjorie Fetterman Rosemary Skubel Judy King Elaine King Linda Erkens Pat Cook Caroline Labutka Mary Ellen Hetrick FIRST ALTO Karen Spence Leona Cechvala Barbara Halas Vonda Lee McNelly Sandra Moore Michelle Martin Betty Say Rosemary Hrabovsky Barbara Thomas Linda Schnitzler Carol Conley Judy Bowser Kathy Calanis Karen Risher Pat Srnolik SECOND ALTO Ruth Ann Walker Toni Pendelton Sandra Hawk Janet Sellers Sally Schrecengost Sally Jo Ritchey Bonnie Painter Sandra Salouni Ruth Waltenbaugh Garnet Walker FIRST TEN OR Ray Andra Don Garmong John Hodak Colwell Garth Chuck Valek .lack Wingate Edward Hudek Blaine Pendelton George Andra Kenneth Heilman Michael Thevenin SECOND TEN OR James Bucko Bob Erick John Pochan Robert Buterbx ugh Monte Renaldo Dwight Demchik Edward Reitler Robert S eet Ed Jackson Roger Walker Dennis Minich FIRST BASS John Wilson George Beere .lohn Patton Ronald Grafton Donald Kovalovsky Dave Feldman Gerald Lazaroff Michael Golab Don Hobaugh SECOND BASS Joe Charney King Henderson Scott Heilnian Edson Iseman George Stivason Raymond Fundyga Robert Janovsky Gerald Lefchik .lohn Patton Ed Mazurek y in Director V RTIN E. THOMPSON Under the direction of Martin E. Thompson, the Ford City High School Varsity Chorus has become one of the most active and vital organ- izations in our school. One of the most outstand- ing choral events of the year was the sponsorship of the Central-Western District Chorus in our school. Because of Mr. Thompson's capable lead- ership, this event was a great success. We wish to thank Mr. Thompson for the fine choruses he has produced and also for the many things he has done for our school and our students. 8I Color Guards Accompanists MODERN MUSIC MASTERS D. Feldman, R. Fumlyga, V. Burden. B. Sadeski, N. Meleason. P. Cook, T. Novak, .l. Sellers, R. A Walker, M. J. Benner, K. Spence, L. Rupert. J. Virostek, P. Hnatiow, C. Harosky, C. Beere, J Wilson, J. Moffitt, B. Steim, M. Kamer, B. Frick, W. Hellman, R. Brandstotteg J. Lang, D. Kovalov sky, B. Klaput, J. Charney. DISTRICT BAND STATE BAND , ,., 5 TiD,T S w ' M f ,fffff f' ' f ' I .... J ,. . g 1 I ig, mWw,,I,,A.,, C V Ei n f KY Q V I -, Y . . 1 2 Q I 'cas f ' 'I , - za , K' Wm ' I Q . . hi 'Q I "Fw, 3 4 ' ' 'X W" . .. , 1 ,Q A 1 we TATA A - M' I A I S Q,-,f u ' Li, xv 'V 3' f i, A 9 'SV Q. J .L ,.,, Ay 4 V I , I , AATTAAA AATAT I xx A . 'ff -' "'A ,f W' , , Q S' if , I -fl DVVL V, L X .ip Q N A L , It In ' 4. 3 JST "Q Riff 1' , J - 3 I A Q z, 'W' 'mf , fn I . . . , -5 4 - q QQ - ' -if wi if K , . Q Sh' ' 2- 5 ' ,ff f ' '-h-' ' A ' ' ' I 'V'f Q E .f y ,, f 5 if f' , '--,- - A , , I , " K.: ,V ' ,I , 5 gf M 2 E :if W' W. ,- '.', f - , '-E, - O ff-i i I Q Sf ' ., , S555 Q' -In 9, 'g::5!'-159 I ,f ' ' ' J V .Q Y ,JA 5' I ,il , ,vga 5,:,:5a,g,.., , rp. ,giruj A mnu,Lg.1 If L 5. 31 7 1 f fl 5 if f K .. I ,A W A If We I 15 ? i 4 f 5 1 A S T R I N Nfary ,Io Benner Carole Harosky G CELLOS: Rhetta Coleman ABSENT: Bob Klaput VIOLINS: Helen Spang Marie Senepole STATE CHORUS NATIONAL CHORUS V.,, Mfg, w,6f3b,W?.4t ? 'wt " Www-:i f Sw K k f Gldigr, . x. I X , A . ,, QQ A 2? A A xg 5 '4kg:""Y as, A 1 df gg ,, Q ,V 'ww sm ' 'aff wmmmk 'La Q-EFW AT cum. HONOR Soc.lETY ne u? AN I X Q uv if K 9 2 n J 4 , , ., I I I " 2 , l n L 4, S STUDENT COUNCIL -nuulv"'1 N. Davis, J. Pochan, L. Erkens, T. Hughan, C. Harosky, N. Meleason, D. Feldman, J. Fichthorn, Z. Charney, J. Dodds, S. Lazaroff, J. Charney, C. Valek, D. Stepp, R. Andra, B. Janovsky, J. Bucko, J. Tinant, S. Moore, M. Martin, K. Spence, P. Klaput, P. Hnatiow, B. Croyle, B. Brown, C. Shaffer, S. Saloum, E. Hudek, N. Mansfield, G. Lazaroff, R. Grafton, B. Painter, G. Lefchik, E. Reich. MARGARET CLAYPOOL, Sponsor The nrain project of the Student Council was to secure funds to bring a Foreign Exchange Student to our high school. Enough money was also secured to send a Ford City student abroad. Good relations were maintained with Kittanning High School when a Friendship Dance was held following the annual football game. We managed the concession stand at the football games, supervised the school club program, sponsored the award system, held our "Snowball" Christmas Dance, and super- vised council and class office elections. On behalf of the council officers and members, I would like to thank the student body for the co-operation given us throughout the past year. Don Hobaugh, President A.F.S. ASSEMBLY DON HOBAUCH President JIM MARCIN EK Vice-President VIRGINIA BURDETT Secretary MONTE RENALDO Treasurer JOHN MOFFITT Sergeant-at-Arms FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA i 5 E Q? 55' Y I XSL Tig 5 X -M A L , ,A ,, f ig W.wwi ig? f ?f 1 5 Wigwff iw fr:f f QWQHWQMQQW Mf 2 A - ' "A' 5 1 I Af g 44 i f fi 2. 14 :4 l Q I . if, ,... ' I- f "12- ' - - V I , W,fq.M:V,1j5 x.,,.. N ,..,:v, ,. 1 ' ' - - T ' if L- Y X, 5 N ,-" , . , "'- ,,,, V Jw ,.,. ::b, vm V ,A,V ,A EW T f X J M 11 ,V E L L f2 g k awk Q . 3 fgiin T R I H I Y LIBRARY CLUB 90 JUNIOR HIGH ART CLUB JUNIOR HIGH ART CLUB T H I H I Y LATIN CLUB 9I SPANISH CLUB BOYS' TUMBLING CLUB L 4 ' 2 H S PENN-FORD JUNIOR HISTORIANS GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GIRLS, TUMBLING CLUB CIRLS7 TUMBLING CLUB 93 1' W M EYE n M -f iffy? f 4ml, " .L -v' if H5 an- M. 93 32, we .y ' GS Ji Q, W . A ,nw -'15 V 51 Q, iffy 5 3? VY Lf,, Q kwa Q A " ' 'ff ' A' 45" A -4 K sw K , . vi . gx J - .-M ,,-- ' f" . -2'-Vv R" ' K ww . X , is ' E , 5 I 'K 5 7 Vi WN G ' S W hwy 3 ,1 4' gi? if Carole Harosky Virginia Burdett Miss Sue Myers, Advisor Pat Cook Linda Erkens John Moffitt Shirley Lazaroff Pat Smolik John Pochan Dave Feldman Sf3Cf0lUTY President Vice-President Treasurer Nano y Denise Meleason Renaldo Paulette Phillips Ruth Ann Walker Mr. Andrew Smith, Advisor Ray Fundyga Janet Virostek . ,. 3 .3 i .nl .an xg. i S245 A M ,, , , W H 5 '- Lf? 5? 5 Vkffklfi Qigwffffg f X Nj. D4 E ,E u -1 a 'M I f if 4 2 'J 5, 2 fy ,- -,,,--,, . . , . 4 L w ? v Q I K inf 1 1 -0-4 ll Ji M , ...Q Il i AA 8955. "Captain Jim rays that apples are good for growing boys." "Look kimls, nu c'avilis'Sl" Dave Fvldman, Ray Fundyga, Doug Donnigau, Barry Steim, Bob Frick. Malcolm Heilxnan, John Mnffilt, Warren Ware, Sandy Lee, Nancy Klcleasmm. "But my name- really is Bat Mash-rson!" "I-lonost. it! not the lruncllback of Nolrv Damn!" qw-Q-1 Carole Harosky L King Henderson Anna Marie Remis 1 9 5 9 Gloria Beck Bob Petrovsky PROM Roberta Paul Ron Mazurek Larry Eck Cecilia Nimerosky CUURT Pat Peresie Steve Hudek Karen Spence Bill Paroli Jane Heilman Ray Andra 0 6 9 1 99 S Carole Harosky Ronald Mazurek Sandra Hawthorne Ronald Lenzi Nancy Meleason John Moffitt P R E T T I E S T S M I L E Beverly Hutchison Bill White , 0 .iw-, wi 'sf fff 1: ff' iiiifi 'ii I . Virginia Burdett Joseph Fichthorn ' ' if ' ' ... X or l fa X A L Ks 2 4, if K rg itil "' X 8, JN: 'Wh' mx wi , .... . .. . H f A l psi, li if is ... he T Q X Q M, f vfww Roberta Paul John Bartolovic Toni Pendleton Sam Thompson Shirley Lazaroff David Felflman Kathy Wilcox Gerald Oclrey Mary Pepper James McKee Victoria Novak Barry Steim Carol Walbert Malcolm Heilman S R S I Neil Davis Don Hobaugh P R E T T I E S T E Y E S Patricia Valek Robert Petrovsky - i-ulf"'Z' f M O T L E A D E H P . ' s ,L 7 Vs .,,, . Nm ra 1 an 15 iff A W sf 4 Jr Q ag Vg 2 A Q l A TRIREME EDITORIAL Editorgjanet Sellers L e . :-K,. ,.., .tie K M Nancy Meleason Virginia Burdett Lavonne Benninger Betty Sadeski Lois Thompson Rose Valasek Shirley Lazaroff Judy Reider Mary Ann Kendra Susan N ickleach Rosemary Dinus Cornelia Davis Bob Frick Victoria Novak Sandy Dunn Sally ,Io Ritchey Dennis Lefchik Carole Law Advisor-Harold Sowers Business Managerelluth Waltenbaugh Anna Marie Remis Helen Kammerdiener Sandy Hawthorne Linda Crissman Connie Blondeaux Beverly Hutchison Janet Hromadik Denise Renaldo Leona Ceehvala Marilyn Ewing Rhetta Coleman Elaine Earley Louise Petras Norma Johnson Wanda Boarts Roberta Paul Pat Sykuta Pat Smolik Gloria Beck Mary Pepper Pat Valek Judy Swast 1959 S OWBALL QUEEN Carole Harosky KING Don Hobaugh SENIOR ATTENDANTS Carol Walbert Ron Mazurek JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Cicelia Nimerosky Larry Eck SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Bonnie Brown Gerald Lazaroff FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS Donna Caddy J im Russo SENIOR PLAY STAGE CREW FTA Hook CUYHI' Drivm' gtatisticians Girls' BaSkPtlJaH TPHII1 Ark and Crafts Display S P O R T S FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Scripps, P. Bowser, J. Verschuren, G. Stivason, W. Bush, J. Riskosky, L. Eck. SECOND ROW! S. Thompson, B. Buriak, J. Tinant, F.. Repak, F. Kendra, J. Tliomaswick. THIRD ROW: T. Wingate, J. lVlcKernan, R. Cliarleson, C. Hileman, J. Fulta, F. Walbert, B. Beauth, R. Ware. Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES City City City City City City City City Freeport .. Homer City ,, Leechburg West Deer .... Arnold ........... Vandergrift .. Springdale .............. Klttarmlng ........ ..... 6 MR. CHARLEY Head Coach W .k3S..'Q"5tk6i??l"1.oJ ,V 5 T 'Ri 9943770 TFCHS' v ROBERT BURIAK EUGENE REPAK SAM THOMPSON S E N I O R Q i s ,s I -w mhfw-...YA ? M 1 .N-JN,,. " 33 ,r,, r 42:17F 5f3?'7 ' ' 9 L E T T E R M E N PERRY BOWSER JOSEPH RISKOSKY JAMES McKERNAN !O9 QQDFERTYV 1 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: J. Swigart, B. Cowan, J. Sacik, D. Fiscus, D. Grinder. SECOND ROW: A. Wilson, B. Croyle, T. Eddy, R. Zahradnik, R. Burdett. THIRD ROW: F. White, K. Markby, R. Minteer. 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Eck, J. Thomaswick, C. Schmaus. Head Coach MR. RUPERT VARSITY Tarentum ,,., Cen. Cath. . Connellsvllle ,.... ......... Sharon ., Fifth Ave. Springdale ,,., New Castle ....., .... Greensburg ,..... ......,. Butler . ,,,.. ...... . . Homestead ...,.,.. . , Kiski Joint .......... .... , ..,... , New Kensington ......... .. ..,. , Kittanning ,.......... ...,..., Har-Brack ,....... .....i.. Johnstown ..v......., . ..i.... Butler .,.,.. .. ...,........,.. .... , New Kenslngton ........ ,.... Kittanning ,............. ...., Har-Brack ....... ........ Assistant Coach MR. GURSKI og T32 , 'L'i T, -5,-ef - 1 , 'Q'-X ,' ,,'75K. , 4'-. ' ff ' . -f ,",'-lf" -QJ74 .v W c -'? .5 X fi' Amd- ' Xi- Q: if FRO ' I JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM NI' HOVI1 5. l.l'4lsSIII11ll. X. lllmfvvil. Nl. 'llalr-lf, ll. Ht'IlIllLIIl, X. fNlc'XIunn. In Hitelu-w. BACK ROW: J. Upalku. J. Sxul, II, Burlolovie. J. Lysakowski. R. l3lll'fl"ll. J. Wendell. JUNIOR VARSITY 47 46 44 3 It 34 65 40 34 56 34 64 35 750 38 54 47 ,33 I3 38 37 Tarentuni Central Catholic Connellsville Sharon Fifth Avenue SIJTIIIEVFJHJC New Castle Greensburg Butler Hoxliesteacl KiSki Joint New Kensington Kittanning Har-Braek Johnstown Butler Kiski Joint New Kensington Kittanning Har-Braek JIENIOB HIGII FC 34 FC 36 FC 46 FC tl I FC 35 FC 30 FC I0 FC 321 FC 3 l FC 38 FC 40 FC 36 FC 12 FC 32 FC 37 FC 43 Butler Tart-ntuni Butler Hyde Park New Kensington Natrona Heights Shannock Valley Vandergrift Kittanning Freeport Hycle Park New Kensington Natrona Heights Freeport Vandergrift Kittanning NIB. CHRISTY. Jr. I-ligli tloa iillliiiif BASEBALL TEAM SW 5' ,X FRONT ROW: C. Lazaroff, W. Dc-lp, E. Hudek, D. FHIPSTPT, G. Stivason. R. Scripps. SECOND ROW: C. Schmaus, D. Garmong, W. Svno polv, J.. Eck, D. Fichthorn, R. Mazurck, J. Dodds. FRONT ROW: R. Burdett, R. Smulik, J. Zanetti, W. Stitt, F, Jaco, E. Klaput. SECOND ROW: J. Tomaswick, S. Jankowski, T. Boyd E. Repak, R. MCKelvey, C. Weis. BACK ROW: D. Feldman, J. Riskosky, G. Boyd, T. Cieply, W. Busch, D. Grinder. TRACK TEAM I I 7 Now fhal' you in +he Class of '60 are ending your high school years, we urge you fo confinue +o "Go Like Six+y" in fhe fur+her educafion of yourselves. Go, no+ necessarily wi+h a view 'ro solving some of fhe problems of space +ravel, for ins+ance - fhough one of you migh+ well do so - bu+ ra+her +ha+ you will be menfally equipped 'ro exercise an informed iudgemenf of +he many problems 1'ha+ confroni' +he ci+izenry of our free coun'rry, for only in a free coun+ry do all ci'l'izens have fhe oppor1'uni+y +o freely express views. Since ours is a governmeni' of +he people, by +he people, and for +he people, i+ musi' fhen be, by and large, a reflecfion of 'l'heir iudgmenfs and ul+ima+ely of +heir ac+ions. How good will yours be? 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Complimenfs of LAWRENCE JEWELERS For Finesi' in Diamonds and Wa+cI1es CompIimenI's of BROWN'S BOOT SHOP Ki++anning Pennsylvania FORD CITY NEWS Greefing Cards, Magazines, S+aI'ionery and Hobby Equipmeni' R02-870I 3I6 FORD STREET GRIBIK'S APPLIANCES CompIe+e Line of PHILCO APPLIANCES CompIimenI's of PIZZARIA Makers of Home Made Pizza HAZEL'S BEAUTY SALON 25I Arch S+ree+ LIber'I'y 3-022I CROYLE'S REFRIGERATION CompIe+e Line of Appliances ROger 2-3I2I 904 Fourih Avenue Ford Cify, Pa. SENIOR INFORMATION CAROL ANDERSON-One of our quiet set who spends much of her leisure time with a needle and thread. CONNIE BECK-One of our 14 lucky senior girls who are in 301-A. Is very quiet and spends a lot of time cooking and sewing. GLORIA BECK-A happy-go-lucky gal who's friendly to all. Chosen by her classmates as AFS attendant. MARY JO BENNER-Our industrious FNA president who is constantly lugging her oello to music festivals. LAVONNE BENNINGER-One of our most faithful Trireme Staff members. Spends her time waiting at the mailbox. CONNIE BLONDEAUX-A real character who can find the joke in any situation. Started Modern Dance a little too soon. WANDA BOARTS-The senior gal who has the most .pairs of shoes. A regular barrel of fun in gym. Wanda spends some of her time ice-skating. THERESA BOGUSLAWSKI-Petite girl from Cadogan who works diligently at the 5 81 10. Plays a mean game of softball. BARBARA BOWSER-One of our fortunate redheads. Has finally managed to make it to P.O.D. on time. VIRGINIA BURDETI'-One of the busiest girls who runs through our sacred halls. Can usually be seen making eyes at certain people. Well deserves the title MOST INTELLEC- TUAL. EDNA I. BURFORD-One of our more studious seniors. Is constantly roaming the halls from 8 till 8:30. Always tries to wiggle her way out of 306 second period. EDNA J. BURFORD-Another of our brave seniors who has struggled through shorthand. Rides that crowded bus from Logansport everyday. LEONA CECHVALA-One of our friendly 5 81 10 clerks who lives for her commercial classes. Enjoys the Y dances. ESTHER CHARNEY-Likes to tickle the keys in 314. Catches glances with her pretty smile and captivating hair- do. Makes a mad dash to home at 12:10. ILA CHRISTY-Can never seem to make up her mind agnong all those guys. Able band secretary. A real barrel o fun. LILY CHRISTODULES-Spends study halls writing let- ters. Loves to read poetry aloud in class! Likes to cut up in any class-especially Speech. I28 JOAN COGLEY-A swell, but quiet senior gal. Lucky enough to be in the sewing room with all those friendly girls. Had a rousing time in her World History class in 11th grade. RHETTA COLEMAN-Can be identified in any classroom by her contagious giggle. Picture of contentment with her cello. Can really store the food away at Sunny Lane. PAT COOK-One of our neat, attractive girls, who likes to experiment with her cookbook. Spends her spare time with Mr. Tree. JUDY CRAWFORD-A friendly miss who always seems to be asking questions. Terrorizes the town in her Cadillac. LINDA CRISSMAN-One of the truly sweet gals in our class. Aspires to be a teacher. Certainly will make a fine one. Love that wavy hair! CAROL CZAPOR-Another of our quiet students. Oh, that tiny waistline! Lives up on that high cliff overlooking Ford City. NEIL DAVIS-Our most honorable Senior class president. Enjoys Mr. Christy's health classes. Likes to show off her pink p.j.'s on the football field. ROSEMARY DINUS-A tall girl who is a blast at any time. Always carrying on in the washrooms. Constantly writes letters. JANET DOWLING-One of our short packages who commutes between the home front and sunny Florida. Loves to dance. Always with Judy. JUDY DUNN-A quiet? ? senior gal who enjoys dancing. Also has managed to struggle through shorthand. She and Janet are inseparable. SANDY DUNN-One of our fortunate artistically talented. Is constantly giggling about something. This neat gal can usually be seen with Rosemary. ELAINE EARLEY-One of our fabulous clarinet players. This short senior can be found writing or receiving letters from Korea. LINDA ERKENS-The senior gal with the beautiful face. Love those great big brown eyes. Has loads of artistic talent. Is swell to have around. MARILYN EWING-One of our efficient girls who works hard in office practice class?? Has a great sense of humor and a swell personality. MARY FALLONE-A very quiet fcouldn't be bashful?J senior gal who spends her time in the commercial wing of the building. EVELYN FENNELL--One of our extremely quiet girls who does well in her commercial classes. Likes to dance. VERONICA GOLAB-One of our senior gals who spends a lot of time talking to our Home Ec. teachers. Can always be found with Carol. NANCY GRAHAM-A friendly girl who divides her spare time between bowling and playing the bass clarinet. Is always in the library. BARBARA HALAS-Queen of the seventh period Physics class. Is partial to the intelligent type. One of our high- stepping maj orettes. CAROLE HAROSKY-Our senior class queen, who denies no one her friendship. Arrives in 314- a second before the bell. Has talent and looks combined. SANDRA HAWTHORNE-Is seen busily doing shorthand every morning before the tardy bell. Our candidate for prettiest hair. Enjoys those 10 minute timed writings. JANET HROMADIK-Thinks many things are "funny." Retired at an early age. Looks forward with great eager- ness to Bookkeeping. BETTY HUMENIK-Attractive, silent type. Can usually be seen with Joan and Elsie. Will make one businessman an efficient secretary. ELSIE HUMENICK-One of our musicians-can really play her accordion. Can be seen driving her Nash to school each morning. BEVERLY HUTCHISON-Our spelling champ with the million dollar smile. Constantly asking for seconds in the cafeteria. NORMA JOHNSON-Always misses announcements in the morning. Can't keep her hands off light switches and doors. Enjoys? ? working at Klings. HELEN KAMMERDIENER-One of the few girls at FCHS that really studies. Came close to bagging a deer this season. MARY ANN KENDRA-The only person whom Latin was Creek. A fearless driver who can really go! Ask her about playing hookie. PAT KUNKLE-Admired for her many hair-dos and artis- tic ability. Can rarely be seen in the cafeteria. CAROLE LAW-A quiet girl until you get to know her. A real whiz in typing and shorthand. Fears the next class and regrets the last class. SHIRLEY LAZAROFF-Our AFS Queen who is always on the go. Inherited the basketball ability in the family. Will never forget her 16th birthday party. SANDRA LEE-One of our attached females who won the Betty Crocker Award. Did justice to her part in our class play. ELSIE McKAIN-An attractive girl with a soft voice. Rain or shine she has her homework done on time. Sorry, boys, she's taken. SHIRLEY MILLER-Always looking for an illegal excuse to play hookie. Likes to dance. Has pretty dark hair. SUSAN NICKLEACH-Possesses a way of finding out everything she wants to know. Has a tough, but different, gym suit. TORIE NOVAK-An attractive girl who can sing her way out of a storm. Who can forget her song "Silently." One of our maj orettes. A JOAN ONDO-A quiet girl from McGran who loves those gym classes. Doesn't find it hard to blush. ROBERTA PAUL-A swell girl who livens up any class- room. Always voices her opinion in Bkkg. MARY PEPPER-Never a dull moment when she is around. Another happy?? worker at Klings. Always visit- ing the attendance office. TONI PENDLETON-Tightly voted Most Athletic. Can really go to town on the basketball floor. Contributes her melodic voice to our chorus. LOUIS PETRAS-A very friendly gal who is a terror to be with at basketball games. Can usually be found in the wash room or gabbing in 304-. PAULETTE PHILLIPS-Our cute newcomer from Waynesburg who has made a host of friends. Enjoys? her solid class. Is continually drawing those tough pictures. JUDY REITLER-The gal with the golden Voice. Always gives Mr. Barger a hard time. Enjoys modem dancing. ANNA MARIE REMIS-A real whiz in her commercial classes. Has a terrific personality and loads of friends. Likes to ice skate. DEN ISE RENALDO-That lucky gal who spends her sum- mers in Florida. Will further her education at Indiana. Likes to dance. A DARLETTA RIGGLE-Loves to modern dance in gym. Is friend with Sandy. Quiet until you know her. I29 SALLY JO RITCHEY-One of our peppy varsity cheer- leaders. Can wear clothes nicely. Thinks Mr. Christy's tops! BARBARA RUSSELL-One of our friendly, capable gals who would make a terrific 'clady-in white." Is always found with Judy and Toni. BETTY SAY-A friendly, short senior who studies hard in English. Trudges to school from 5th Ave. extension. Has pretty eyes. JANET SELLERS-Our capable Trireme editor with the terrific voice. Will enter Robert Morris in June. BETTY SADESKI-An efficient worker who can get things done. Highlighted the band as head majorette. Quite capable on the dance floor. BETTY LOU SCHALL-Loves to spend her spare time riding horses. Enchants others with her big brown eyes. Nice to know. MARY SOLIDA-Really goes to town in typing class. Doesn't take much to make her blush. HELEN SPANG-A real cut-up in any class. Always writ- ing notes in seventh period. Had an explosive time at the Boston Tea Party in World History. PAT SMOLIK-One of the hardworking student directors of our play. Has very nice clothes. Likes to go for walks in the snow at 2.00 A.M. PAT STUMP-A sweet gal who dresses very neatly. Likes to sew. Is good friend with Kathy. JUDY SWAST-Another of our 5 and 10 girls. Plays clarinet in the band. Has the craziest laugh in the school! Is always with Elaine. PAT SYKUTA-One of GAA sportsmen. Has the smallest waistline in the senior class. Likes to spend her time at the Dairy Center. PAT THEVENIN-One of our Hilltoppers who is blessed with artistic talents. Spends her mornings in the washroom combing her hair. LOIS THOMPSON-A really friendly gal with contagious smiles. Works hard at the 5 and 10 and in typing class. Always seen with Rose. ROSE MARIE VALSEK-A very athletically-minded girl. Likes to swim and ice skate. ls a real character. PATRICIA VALEK--Rushes into school at 8:2915 each morning. Recently lost the title of shortest girl in the class. Gets along great with Mr. Christy. l30 JANET VIROSTEK--Quite capable in handling the Glass- lp staff. Cheered our team on to victory. Has a long ride to school each morning. CAROL WALBERT-A friendly miss from McGrann who is frequently seen on the prom court. Was voted best dancer by our class. One of our maj orettes. GARNET WALKER-Always asking questions in 314-. Lives out in the sticks. Spends her leisure time ice-skating. RUTH ANN WALKER-Our able chorus president who aspires to be a nurse. Likes athletics of any kind fexoept- ing modern dancej . Loves her Spanish class. RUTHJWALTENBAUGH-Our bright redheaded Tri-Hi-Y president and Trireme business manager. Very capable and friendly. KATHY WILCOX-Another busy 5 and 10 clerk. Can really do wonders with a needle and thread. Is always writing letters to Penn State. JUDY WINGATE-Trudges to school from the lower end every morning. Loves to tangle with people in gym class. EVELYN WISER-The quiet senior girl with the long, black hair. Disrupts study halls by bringing her niece to school. CHRISTINE ZEYBEKIAN-Our sparkling New York im- port. Is constantly chattering to someone. Likes to read comic books. MARY ZUBIC-Quite a character! Carries a horn in the band. Is always laughing about something. Runs around with Carole. CANDY ODRECHOWSKI-Has returned to Ford City from our esteemed rivals. Runs in almost late with Annie and Pat every morning. ELAINE DANHOF-Has beautiful long, blond hair and expressive eyes. Loves to dance. Spends her spare time writing letters. BETTY McCOLLIM-Can always be found in the 3rd floor hall by the window in the morning. Is very friendly and loads of fun to be with. NANCY MELEASON-A wonderful gal with a really sparkling personality. Has many admirers. Helps to run the school through her many activities. DICK BRANDSTETTER-Contributes his talents to our band in the trumpet section. Quiet on the surface, but watch out when he gets started talking. JOE BUNTA-Always in the C.U. bowling. Likes to drive the Chevy when he gets the chance. A real cut-up who is friendly to all. BOB BURIAK-Misses the tardy bell by one second. Enjoys his class in 309. Continually talking in Physics. BILL BURDETT-Gets along well with everyone. Has many friends. Has trouble with his physics experiments. A very nice guy. JIM BURTON-Works till all hours at the Pizzaria. Drives a giganic white Cadillac. Couldn't stay away from Ford City. KEN CARLEY-Likes to crack-up cars. Never seen without Joe. Has a ball in gym class with Doc. VIC CESARE-I-lails from Cadogan. Makes frequent trips to Apollo. Gee! That beautiful wavy hair! ZIG CHARNEY-Favorite sport-sled riding? Collects a pension from the bowling alley. Embezzles money from the Senior Class. Friend to all. GEORGE CHESTNUT-One of our mad 10th grade wres- tlers. Trudges through the rain, snow, sleet, and hail to deliver papers. DICK CHIMKA-Runs around with the Junior gang. Seen driving the Packard. Is very quiet in school. DEAN COWAN-Works very studiously in study halls. Enjoys? ? P.O.D. class. Always horsing around. DICK CROSSMAN-Is very terrific in art. Wears a wed- ding band. Very humorous in most classes. LARRY CROYLE-Loves cars in any way. shape, or form. Spends his time at the dances and Cadet. Is quite a talker. DON CRYTZER-Quiet lad, hails from the Dime Road, a real whiz in Math. Very quiet but very, very nice. J OE DODDS-Our basebaH crazy lad who is quite a brain in his math subjects. Makes the girls in P.O.D. feel stupid. DOUG DONIGIAN-Our class character!! ls constantly in trouble with the teachers. Will be a success because of his great intellect. DAVE DUNN-Likes t.he seating arrangement in P.O.D. Reads car magazines constantly. Likes to wink at the girls. GARY EMMONDS-Just loves Shorthand. Ice skating is his favorite sport. Bookkeeping is his favorite. DAVE FELDMAN-A swell fellow with loads of leader- ship. Rightly deserves the title Most Likely to Succeed. Makes everyone green with envy at his ability to get out of awkward situations. EMMETT FICKES-Neat dresser, never seen without Al and Larry. Member of the Panthers. JOE FICHTHORN-Will make a fine M.D. Burns the midnight oil studying. Rightly deserves the title Most Intellectual. A wonderful guy. JIM FISCUS-Heading for the Olympics on his skates. A real cut-up. Constantly teasing people! BOB FRICK-Will make a fine artist some day. Is very interested in photography. Spends a lot of time at the Y. MARK FUNDYGA-A real character. Believes in having a good time. Up to no good in study halls. Never a dull moment when Mark is around. RAY FUNDYGA-One of our top students who has talent as well as brains. Is quite a whiz in physics class. DON GARMONG-Loves his gym classes. Rides the bus in from Logansport. A really swell fellow with loads of personality. TOM GRAY-Very quiet!! Claims his hobby is radios. Can't wait till that dismissal bell rings. KING HENDERSON-King of our Senior Prom. Walks the great distance to school each day. Has lots of friends. Deserves 'the best. MALCOLM HILEMAN-Has had hard luck on the high- ways. Enjoys water skiing and boating. Always seen in a pink T-bird. DON HOBAUGH-Our able STUCO president. Is always laughing or telling jokes. Has a host of friends and lots of personality. LARRY HOWLETI'-Quiet till you get him started. En- joys? Ice skating. Seen with the McGrann gang. TOM HUGAN-Otherwise known as Cha-Cha. A real help to the basketball team. Try to make ends meet for the senior class. MAX KAMER-Says his hobby is girls. Quite a confusing fellow. Likes to go to the dances. Is always blasting in band. DENNIS LEFCHICK-Industrious FTA treasurer. Always expressing his opinions in P.O.D. Spends more class time sleeping than learning. RON LENZI-Love that wavy hair, Freno! Wishes he would get the Plymouth more often. Just loves P.O.D. GERALD LERNER-Doesn't have a worry in the world. Very quiet fellow who takes life as it comes. I3l RON MAZUREK-One of Hube's boys. Voted our Most Popular lad. Familiar site on the prom court. PAUL MCKEEGAN-Oh! that red hair. Was recently initi- ated as a full-fledged pedestrian. Likes to play the bongo drums over the telephone. JIM MGKERNAN-Works at the C.U. All he wants for Christmas is his two front teeth. Always seen with the gang from south McGrann. DENNIS MINICH-Quiet, but very nice. Lives for Book- keeping class. One of our country boys. JOHN MOFFITT-Our guy with the personality plus. Types!!! Miss Fords pet peeve. Brings in the delinquent members to the STUCO meetings. Terrific person and a swell friend. HENRY MORES-Can be identified by his nose blowing. Mrs. Bakeris favorite student. Catches up on his sleep from 8:30 to 3:30. GERRY ODREY-Real sharp dresser who travels in style. Spends many leisure hours listening to his fine record collection. ROBERT PETROVSKY-The lover of the class who drives a sharp car. Watch out for those flashy eyes and that big smile. Enjoys his study hall in 313. JOHN POCHAN-Oh! to have his brains! Works very hard at Lefkovskys. Drives Mr. Wallace mad by asking him a million questions. PALMER RANSOM-A very quiet lad who runs like heck to make it home at lunchtime. Another member of that wicked English class. DON REICH-A friendly lad who has a smile for all. An avid sportsman who likes fishing and swimming. GENE REPAK-An avid football player. Likes to travel to Leechburg. Quiet-till you get him started. JAMES RICH--One of our quiet boys who likes to hunt and fish-a very avid sportsman. A real nice guy. JOE RISKOSKY-A tall, thin lad who made a good show- ing in football this year. Spends a lot of time at the dances. A nice guy. GERALD RUPERT-A nice senior who developed his muscles by toting his bass around on his shoulders. Can usually be found talking. RICHARD SIAR-A very swell fellow who enjoys fishing and hunting. Can always be found laughing in 307. RON SIMMONS-One of our 6th Avenue gang. Has a friendly smile. Has a lot of friends. Enjoys trig immensely? l32 AL SMULIK-A dark, handsome boy who spends a lot of time on sports. Enjoys ice skating and bowling. Says money is a hobby. GARY SOUTHWORTH-One of our inveterate square- dancers and big flirts. Plays a big tenor sax in the band. Lives way out in the sticks. JIM SPACHTHOLZ-Works at Central Service. His car is his pride. Has an aversion to Physics. BARRY STEIM-Rightfully chosen Most Talented. Adds to the trombone section of the band. Favorite pastime- visiting Karen and loafing. CARL STUPKA-Makes frequent trips to New Ken. Likes Health class substitute teachers. A whiz in math. SAM SYBERT-Just loves working at the bowling alley?? Loafs with Tom, Bob and Joe. Quiet ladl?! SAM THOMPSON-An avid sportsman. Justly chosen Most Athletic. Lends his humor to any situation. WARREN WARE-Our bun-runner who deceives all with his "innocent looking" face. Mr. Gregory's main problem. Makes a riot out of any class. BILL WHITE--Favorite class is trig? ll -Hails from Man- orville. Neat dresser with a big smile. JOHN WILSON-Likes to drive the Buick. Contributes greatly to our fine chorus. A very nice guy who wears beautiful sweaters. RUSSELL WILSON-One of our silent boys who also enjoys hunting and fishing. Could be shy?? TED ZABLOCKI-Cuts up in study hall in 203. Spends his spare time shooting pool. Also enjoys hunting and fishing. 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