Frazier High School - Commodore Yearbook (Perryopolis, PA)
- Class of 1958
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DEDICATIO . . .
Mary Fuller Frazier
We, the Class of 1958
It is only through her generosity and loyalty to her hometown,
that our new school is becomingareality. Mrs. Frazier, heiress of
a local coal-mining fortune and native of Perryopolis, made possible
by her will, our splendid new buildingand contributed much to other
progress in our commtmity.
May her qualities be reflected in the character and conduct
of the students who will attend the school dedicated to her, the MARY
FULLER FRAZIER HIGH SCHOOL. .
GEORGE EDGAR HIBBS ROBERT S. WHITE
Supervising Principal High School Principal
West Virginia University A. B. Muskingum A. B.
University of Pittsburgh M. E. D. Universiry Of Pittsburgh M. Ed
BGARD of EDLICATIO
SEATED: S. Rider, J. Torkish, J. Havadich, Dr. Bonucci, G. Shoaf.
BACK ROW: J. Baker, I. Cochran, R. Ritenor, L. Pirilla, S. Stofan.
JAMES M. SWARTZ
Biology and Science
Eighth grade Science
Algebra and Geometry
HENRY DI VIRGILIO
Advanced Mathematicsg Coach
HESTER W. THRASHER
Junior High English
ELEANOR D. PAGE
English and Spanish
FAITH S. WILSON
English and Speech
English and Reading
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
P. O. D. and Economicsg Coach
TUNE S. BOCK
JEROME A. FARKUS
IEANNE W, DONALD SON
LADDIE L. GRIGLAK
VOCATIONAL ART S DEPARTMENT
JAMES E. NEWMEYER
IMOGENE C. FORREST
JOSEPH M. WOLFE
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Physical Education and Health
Physical Education and Health
ADA B. KUHNS
Home School Visitor
GERTRUDE B. SISLEY
MRS. w1LL1AMs MRS- KING
MISS SERINKO MISS UHRIN
Secretary to the High School
CLASS FLOWER - Rose CLASS SONG -
CLASS COLORS - Blue and White
CLASS MOTTO - Co-operation means graduation
C. Chambers, C. Kotlar
M. Kurutz, E. Cottom.
When all the little ships come
Sailing home at close of day
Their weary journey ended
Their paths they've wended home
Where they would be
They glide across the bar
Where no storms are
All danger past
And two by two together
Come sailing, home at last.
SEATED: C. Chambers, E. Cottom, C. Katlar, M, Kurnrz, STANDING: Mr, Yeagh, 5.
Masch, R. Coldren, B. Shumar, R. Adams, P. Torkish, P. Bilohlavek, L. Lynch, J, Blair, P,
Fest, Mrs. Willson.
ROSE MARY ADAMS
Ambition: Airline Service
Activities: Tri - Hi - Y, Advisory
Council, Color Guard.
A well liked lass who is always
laughing and full of fun. She dis-
likes night work . . . Her future
looks bright in airline work.
WILLIAM J. BACKSTROM
Activities: Rules Club, Cooking
Likes eating and sleeping: any-
thing pertaining to school is out
with "Willie," A friendly guy,
swell to know, measures six feet
from head to toe. This lad has no
Ambition: To go into business
Activities: Sportsman Club
Bill is a man of hardwood. He
really drives that Chevrolet. Bill's
personality and sense of humor is
as big as himself.
BE ATRICE BARTKO
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Ambition: To be a success
A cute package of dynamite plan-
ning to be a success. When she
is around everyone knows it. If
you hear a strange laugh, you know
it's Bea. She always has something
cute to say.
Ambition: Pro Tackle
Activities: Football, Jr. and Sr.
Play, .Tunior Class President, Stu-
Big man of the gridiron. In
fact, captain of our team. Hobby
sports? or is it girls? Has beau-
tiful hair and Oh!those eyes. His
present problem is just which col-
lege will he accept.
ROBERT MICHEAL BENO
Ambition: Rich man
Bob hears all, sees all, and says
nothing, His main hobby is sleep-
ing. He must have a little bit of
gypsy in his blood because he is al-
ways seen roaming the halls.
PATRICIA BILOHLAVE K
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Ambition: To be a success
Activities: Annual Staff, National
This pleasant girl is one of our
ambitious Seniors. She may be one
of the first women to conquer outer
space as she goes to her job at
Westinghouse in the future. We are
certain she will do any job well.
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Ambition: State Policeman
Acitvities: Sportsman Club
Bob is really swell when you know
him well. Never a school worry,
he just ambles on. When dismissal
bell rings see him rush along.
MYRNA RAE BLADES
Activities: Nurses Club
A small blonde with beautiful
blue eyes, is this cute senior. She
enjoys everything. Always seen with
the Lower Tyrone gang of girls. We
are sure she will make a good
JAMES DONALD BLAIR
Ambition: Funeral Director
Activities: Band, Chorus, Orches-
tra, .Tunior and Senior Class Plays,
Cooking Club, Camera Club, Annual
Staff, Senior Advisory Council and
the National Honor Society.
He has a friendly, pleasant dis-
position. Has fun wherever he
goes. You will find I im around
the piano, or just around.
YVONNE LOU BLAIR
Ambition: Commercial Artist
Activities: Nurses Club, Senior
Class Play, and the Annual Staff.
We know Bonnie's future is with
Ed. Her second choice is an art
career. She'll combine these am-
.T AMES BOONE
Ambition: To work as a clerk.
I think he is allergic to girls.
Takes life easy. He wheels those
carts around at Kalman's the wayhe
drives a car. Always willing to
lend a hand.
' ' Flame ' '
Ambition: To be a nurse.
Activities: Nurses Club
Friendly and full of fun. Her
pet peeve is boys and those ever-
lasting current events. She is an
import from Connesville.
LAWRENCE ANTHONY BURDA
Ambition: Airline Mechanic
A tall man about school, talka-
tive, takes life easy . . . always
willing to help. His other ambition
is to get out of school, but we will
all miss him.
Ambition: Own a beer garden.
Activities: Sportsman Club
Chas is a swell fellow when you
get to know him. His personality
will bring him fame. Whentrouble's
abrew he's usually to blame. He
likes to catch forty winks now and
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Ambition: Get married
Activities: Sportsman Club
School without teachers is his
fondest dream. His main hobby is
sleeping but we think UncleSam will
take care of that. What keeps him
so occupied at Shackleys?
CLAIR ANN CARNEY
Ambition: Airline Stewardess
Activities: Band, Chorus, Nurses
Club and the Sub Debs.
She is the songbird of the class
. . . spends her time figuring how
to get out of class. She might be
making our flight reservations for us
CHANCEY ERNEST CHAMBERS
Ambition: Shirley Masch
Activities: Rules Club, Class Of-
ficer, Football and Basketball.
Take a chain of sportsmanship
and add a link of fun, fasten these
together with sparkling eyes and
pretty hair and you have the class
athlete . . . seen mostly with Shirley.
I ARCH, I
Ambition: Helen Jane
Activities: F.F.A.g Basketball,
Football, Rules Clubg Senior Play.
Quiet and fun loving ....
gives little or no concernto world
problems, but ohhh those problems
with Helen. His hobby is to catch
forty winks now and then. . . of
sleep that is.
Ambition: Industrial Arts Teacher.
Activities: President of the Senior
Classg National Honor Societyg An-
nual Staffg Co-Captain of Football
Teamg Rules Club, F.F.A.
Popularity, responsibility, and
leadership form a happy combina-
tion which describes Ellsi to the
T, not to mention such minor abil-
ities as acting, square dancing and
being generally busy as a bee.
Ambition: Air Force
Shy? Don't let him fool you.
He is seen hanging around the Agri-
culture Building most of the time.
He's got the jump on Uncle Sam.
BARBARA ANN DEMKO
Ambition: To be a secretary
Activities: Bandg F.T.A..
Babs is a pretty lass, well
mannered. . . a true friend. She
likes everyone to be happy. We
know she will make a good secre-
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Activities: F.T.A.g Tri-Hi-Y and
Pat is well liked by the class:
is always laughing and full of fun.
She likes speed in everything except
dictation, and she likes figures in
everything except Bookkeeping.
BETTY JANE FARROW
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Ambition: To be a success.
Activities: Tri-Hi-Y, Student Coun-
cilg Chorusg Sub Debs.
Betty is the pretty girl with
the beautiful hair. She is very ambi-
tious and a hard worker. She can't
decide her future, but she wants
to be a success in whatever she
does. Good Luck.
PATRICIA ALICE FEST
Ambition: Gym Teacher
Activities: Cheerleaderg F. T. A.:
Annual Staffg Honor Societyg Advi-
sory Councilg College Club, and the
Pat is our import from Pitts-
burgh. . . aren't we lucky? She came
to us in her Junior year and went
straight to the top. A pleasant girl
ROSE MARIE FIELDS
Activities: Head Majorette, Presi-
dent of the Student Councilg Annual
Staffg Junior and Senior Playg Ma-
jorette Clubg Crown Bearer for the
With Rose Marie's ability and
special smile, she'll be a success
in just a while. Her fine and friend-
ly ways have made her a wonder-
ful President. As head of the high
steppers, she was a big help to our
Ambition: To go to school
Activities: Sub Debsg Chorusg Nur-
This pleasant girl is one of
our ambitious seniors. She especi-
ally likes to argue and debate. At
singing she is one we think will
surely rate. She is petite and sweet.
MADONNA ROSE FLANIGAN
Ambition: Private Secretary for
Activities: Nurses Club, Tri-Hi-Y,
Small but mighty, truly de-
scribes this senior. A sense of
humor, mischievous grin, some of
her pranks set us in a spin. She
likes to dance to soft music.
HELEN JANE GOHOSKI
Ambition: Become a millionaire.
Activities: Student Council, Junior
and Senior Plays, Nurses Club:
Color Guardg National Honor So-
In every sport, she is in de-
mand, A friend to all, she's really
grand. . .With pep and vitality, she's
full of the best personality.
PATRICIA LOUISE GRAY
Pat, is very pleasant and well
liked by everyone. In allher classes
this gal does her best, she's really
good and will stand the test. She
always has a good time.
EUGENE RICHARD GREENE
Ambition: Hit the high spots in the
Activities: Cooking Clubg Chorus:
As a cook he doesn't do too
well, but as an accordion player,
he's real swell. . . With the luck
that he has got, we're sure he'11
hit the top.
NANCI MEREDITH HANAM
Activities: Nurses Clubg Book Clubg
Tri-Hi-Yg F. T. A.g College Clubg
Literary Clubg National Honor So-
You could call this girl a
"walking dictionary" by, some of
the things she says. . . A dyna-
mic girl with energy galoreg has
enormous ability and friends by
BRENDA MARLENE HUDOCK
Ambition: To make .Tack a good wife.
Activities: Cheerleaderg Cheer-
Brenda's favorite hobby is
skipping early class . . Always a
smile for everyoneg Active in school,
and loads of fun, Her ambition
is to be a wife. . ohhhh boy what
MARGARET ELLEN HUSAR
Activities: Student Councilg F.
T.A.g Tri-Hi-Yg National Honor So-
ciety: Annual Staffg Librarian.
A whiz at shorthand and loves
dictation. This gal is very tiny and
really lots of fung Whenever she
starts something, she always gets
EARNEST RICHARD JENKINS
Ambition: Get out of school.
Activities: Hi-Y Club.
J' inks just came to us not very
long ago. . . and is one of the
quietest boys in our class. . .T0
him, wherever his life may leadg
we wish all the luck he'll need.
I IS 1101
Ambition: To graduate
Activities: Art Club.
Sil surely works hard to be-
come a good cook in Home Eco-
nomics, shy and helpful, well-known
grin, many friends she is sure to
CAROL ANN KERSHEY
Ambition: To get rich.
Activities: National Honor Societyg
President of the Tri-Hi-Y.
Medium height, complexion
fair, a lovely lass with rarely a
care. Her polite, sincere manner
is a pleasure to all her friends.
JANET SUSAN KNIGHT
Ambition: To be a success.
Activities: Nurses Clubg Junior and
Senior Play: Chorus, Librarian.
Happy-go-lucky is this lovely
lass, telling a story is right in
her class. Her pastime is talking
and chewing gum.
JO-ANN MARIE KRANIK
Ambition: Airline Hostess.
Activities: Majoretteg Sub Debsg
Nurses Clubg F.T.A.
With her sense of humor and
winning ways, she'llbe remembered
the rest of our days. With spark-
ling eyes, and dark brown hair. In
friendliness none with her compare.
MARLE NE FAY KRASOVIC
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Ambition: Anything but a waitress.
Activities: Band: Orchestra: Chor-
us: F.T.A.g Tri-Hi-Yg Junior and
Senior Playg Sophomore President:
Annual Staff and Band Secretary-
A witty girl with sparkling
eyes, and a real cute laugh. She
makes faces light-up wherever she
goes, and is the center of fun
as everyone knows.
C ATHERINE DIANE KOTLAR
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Ambition: A successful beautician.
Activities: Nurses Clubg Advisory
Council: Senior Class Play: Vice-
President of Senior Class.
Katy has her future planned
and she really knows her stuff.
We're very glad she came to us.
Activities: Book Club, and Nurses
You never know she is around,
she is so quiet and shy. A secre-
tary she hopes to be, and do her
MICHAEL JOSE PH KURUTZ.
Ambition: ' 'Educated Bum."
Activities: Rules Clubg Sportsman
Clubg Senior Playg AdvisoryCouncilg
Treasurer of the Junior and Senior
Classp Football, Basketball.
Mike is always ready to make
us smile, always dressed in the
latest style. Quite at home on the
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Ambition: Lumber inspector.
Activities: Cooking Club.
Dick is the regular outdoor
type. A good woodsman is this boy,
inspecting trees will be his joy.
Though we part and drift away in
our memories he will stay.
RICHARD D. LINT
Ambition: School Teacher.
Activities: F .T.A.
Rarely quiet. Always on the run,
lightens every class by supplying the
fun. Lower Tyrone's Mr. Chips.
LARRY ARLEN LUCE
Ambition: Be a millionaire.
Activities: Footballg Basketball:
B a s e b all Managerg Rules Club:
Camera Club, Profectionist.
Lefty is always a day late or
a dollar short. Don't get us wrong,
he has been a faithful manager for
BARBARA LEE LUDWICK
Activities: Tri-Hi-Yg Sub-Debs.
Barb is noted for her neat-
ness. . . Never in mischief, quiet
and shy, in all her subjects, she's
willing to try.
LINDA KAYE LYNCH
Ambition: Be a success.
Activities: Tri-Hi-Yg Student Libr-
arianp Color Guardg Student Coun-
cilg National Honor Societyg Junior
Playg Sub-Debss Senior Advisory
Linda excels in advanced Home
Economics. . . she landed herself
a cooking award. . a cheerful gal,
never found griping, a clerical stu-
dent who is excellent in typing.
SHIRLEY ANNE MASCH
Ambition: College graduate.
Activities: National Honor Societyg
Bandg Orchestrag Annual Staffg F.
N.A.g Advisory Councilg Junior and
Charming girl with knowledge
galoreg opportunity surely will
knock at her door. . . she was
loads of fun on the band bus. . .
excels in everything she does.
JAMES A. MATSKO
Activities: F .F.A.g Gymnastics, F,
F.A.g Basketballg Football.
Jim is small but mighty. . .
The class joker is this boyg driv-
ing his car is his greatest joy. . .
has the most pleasing smile . . .
always out for a good time and a
MARY ELLEN MC CABE
Activities: Bandg President of the
Nurses Clubg Orchestrag Student
A nurse is what she would
like to be and finish college and
have a degree. Supplying fun is one
of her main subjects.
LARRY WAYNE MC KEE
Ambition: Get in the Air Force.
He seems to be a ladies man,
and tries to do the best he can. . .
his favorite pastime is sleeping and
ARTHUR ANTHONY MUCCIOLI
Ambition: To make a million dol-
Activities: Baseballg Vice-Presi-
dent of the Sportsman Club.
Whitsett's pride and joy, a
singing career may be for this boy.
A mischievous twinkle is in his eye,
our boy Art is one swell guy.
GERALD NEWE LL
Ambition: Take life easy.
A fine agriculture student al-
though sometimes sleepy, he is wide
awake when needed. His witty re-
marks and funny actions are some
of his classes favorite distractions.
ROUENA FAYE NEWPORT
Activities: Cheerleaders Club: Art
A real likeable lass who just
loves to go to cooking class. Where-
ever she goes she's everyone's pal,
with big brown eyes--a real cute
DAVID EUGENE OLINZOCK
Ambition: Get through College.
Activities: Annual Staff: National
Honor Society: College Club: Sports-
man Clubg Junior and Senior Play.
This good-looking lad rates
high among all. A real enthusiast
who smiles so shyly. In scholas-
tic achievements he rates very high-
ly. He really hustles when it comes
to getting out of class.
Activities: F.T.A.: Tri-Hi-Y.
When you see a pair of beau-
tiful eyes darting mischievously
around, they belong to Chris. Quiet,
yet friendly to all passers by.
Kind of an angel with a devilish
JOAN LEE PERSELLO
Activities: Sub-Debsg Tri-Hi-Yg
We are sure Mrs. Kuhns will
miss Joan when she graduates.
Whenever it's work, she works with
willg whenever it's play the spir-
it's there still. She is also as neat
as a pin and many friends she has
been able to win.
JOAN MARIE PIEROTTI
Ambition: To be a successful sec-
Activities: Junior Play: F.'l'.A.g and
the National Honor Society.
She likes to laugh. . . ohhh
that smile. She never stopped run-
ning the whole time the Senior
Play was in the making. She does
her best to keep you glad, she's
always happy, never sad.
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Ambition: Big Game Hunter.
Activities: F.F.A.g Footballg Rules
Clubg F .F .A. Basketball.
He thinks of going to Africa
to bring back that big game, fif
he does not fall asleepj. Friendly
fellow, very tall, won his fame in
football. He is an "after-hours"
RAYMOND R. PLE VA
Activities: Band: OrchestragSports-
He hopes to beat Russia to
the moon. In the musical world he
does real wellg the friends he's
made all think he's swell.
Ambition: To get a good job.
Activities: Boy's Cooking Club.
Gene is so quiet you never
know he is around. Friendly fel-
low: personality plus: he will be
successful when he leaves us.
DAVID LEE PREWETT
Ambition: Work with the Telephone
Activities: Cooking Club: Patrol
When he passes, you can hear
many a heart beat faster. A ladies
man, pet-peeve -- books, wins the
girls with dashing looks. He would
like cold weather to keep its dis-
FLORENCE LEE RAINEY
Activities: Annual Staff, Junior and
Senior Play, and the Tri-Hi-Y.
A very pretty blonde with per-
sonality plus, she could get along
with any of us. In work or plea-
sure, joy she'll find. Her clouds
are always silver lined. Not only
is she quiet attractive, but in
school affairs she's very active.
MARY L. RIDENOUR
Wherever she goes, she is
everyone's pal, with big browneyes,
she's a real cute gal.
She came to us sort of late,
as one of our classmates. She sure
is real great.
GE RALDINE ROBINSON
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When you need a friend, she
is always around. A nicer girl can-
not be found. . . A real sweet girl
with not much to say, but just can't
wait till graduation day. Good luck
to you in your typing career, Jerry.
Activities: Cooking Clubg Rules
Club, Sportsman Clubg Basketball.
Likes basketball best of all
the sports known, thinks girls are
O.K., but he leaves them alone.
this boy is really shy, but when
you know him, he's a real swell
NANCY LEE RUF FCORN
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Ambition: Air Line Hostess.
Nancy came to us from Scot-
dale, but was in an unfortunate auto-
mobile accident during her first
month with us and spent the next
two years in the hospital and re-
cuperating. We never got to know
her very well, but stories we have
heard of her pluck and courage
during this time make us admire
her and lead us to predict successs
Activities: Projectionist Club,
Berwyn is quiet in his way,
but we know he is planning a trip
to the moon. . . he is such a
creative genius with good intentions:
will be remembered for his inven-
BARBARA ANN SCHIFFBAUER
Ambition: To live a happy life.
Activities: Cheerleader: Cheer-
A real sweet gal with a great
big heart, if you needapal she'll
play the part. . . One of the best
cheerleaders at Perry. . .she al-
ways backed up the team.
GERALD RAY SECREST
Activities: Football: F.F.A.
He is one of the big foot-
ball players. A boy who's liked by
everyone here. His very presence
brings good cheer. He enjoys driv-
ing the tractor down at the Agri-
EDWARD W. SERUGA
Ambition: .Tet Pilot
Activities: Basketball: Gymnastic
Club: Junior Play: Chorus.
Tall, blonde and handsome,
that's easy to tell. At being a pilot
he is sure to excel. It is hard to
pass a pilot test, but we are sure
Ed will do his best.
RALPH LEWIS SHELKEY
Ambition: Aeronautics Mechanic.
Activities: Bandg Basketball: Cook-
ing Clubg Senior Play.
Care-free and friendly also
studious and clever. Ralph will be
the best aeronautic mechanic ever.
DONA MAE SHETTERLY
Activities: Sub-Debsg Tri-Hi-Y.
Let Dona sleep and she is
perfectly happy. Sweet as sugar,
hasn't a care. With her sense of
htunor, none can compare. Her
friendship is valued by all who share
Activities: Student Councilg Na-
tional Honor Societyg Chorus.
A quiet boy who is very sin-
cere. With all the knowledge a
student could need, he's one person
who's sure to succeed. We arehappy
that one member of our class is
going into full time Christian ser-
BRENDA .TUNE SHUMAR
Activities: National Honor Society:
Band: Orchestrap Advisory Coun-
cilg F.T.A.g Tri-Hi-YgStudentCoun-
cilg Senior Play.
Pert and ambitious. . . mu-
sically inclined. To go to college
is what is on her mind. Just lis-
tening to records will suit her fine.
Also talking is right in her line.
Ambition: Junk Dealer
Always attempting to cause a
panic. Hopes someday he'1l be a
mechanic. The main interest of this
boy is a car. He has made "mis-
chief" his motto.
Ambition: Become a Pro football
Activities: Footballg Rules Clubg
He will never becomeapro-
football player if he doesn't stay
awake more than he did inling-
lish Class. This boy is a lot of
fun, always glad when school is
BARBARA ANN THOMPSON
Ambition: To accomplish anything
Activities: Book Clubg Chorus.
A friendly girl with a con-
tagious giggle. She says her future
is undecided. A cute little laugh,
pretty light hairg Barb is so quiet
you don't know she's around.
CHARLES W. THRASHER
Activities: Basketballg Sportsman
Clubg Cooking Club.
When Chuck is at home he
is always hard at work tearing his
Ford apart. If there is an errand
to run, he is right there to volun-
teer. Could it be to get out of
.TUDITH A. TIERNAN
Activities: F.T.A.g Nurses Club.
A ring on her finger guides
her thru life, she'll make her fel-
low a very good wife. Judy spent
most of her noontimes indoors
managing the Senior concession
PATRICIA LOUISE TORKISH
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Activities: Drum Majoretteg Stu-
dent Councilg .Iunior and Senior
Class Playsg Sub-Debsg Annual
Staffg Advisory Council: Majorette
In all activities she takes a
hand, the Drum Majorette of our
band. This job certainly kept her
busy. She dislikes dictation, but
prefers a certain black and white
RAY TORRE NCE
Ambition: To be rich.
Activities: Chorusg Cooking Clubg
A very talkative boy whose
friendly manner makes him quite
a likeable boy. It's hard to find
a nicer chap anywhere upon the
RONALD .T. TOTH
Ambition: Air Force
Activities: F .F.A,
When you see Ronnie you see
girls. He doesn't have a worry or
a care. Crooning is his hobby, to
this we agreegSomedayhe'l1befam-
ous when school sets him free.
Ambition: Go to college.
Activities: Nurses Clubg Science
Club, F.T.A.g Cheerleaderg Cheer-
Dark brown hair, a perfect
smile, she is happy all the while.
Missing the first part of her sen-
ior year because of illness, she
still kept up her academic studies
JOHN W, VRABEL
Activities: Sportsman Clubg Model
To him wherever his life may
lead, we wish all the luck that he
VIVIAN RUTH WEST
Activities: Nurses Club.
Mimi started as an academic
student, but changed to be a sec-
retary. She surely will make a good
one. She gave up h er noontime
to help the Senior class by working
at the Senior concession stand.
NAOMI FAYE WILBRAHAM
Activities: Nurses Clubg Senior
You can always see her busily
working at the senior concession
stand. A quiet girl with not much
to say: yet she brightens up each
ALVINA CATHERINE WILSON
Activities: Nurses Club.
A lovely gal with a lot to
say, but just can't wait till gradu-
ation day. She wishes to be a nurse
if she can keep out of mischief
MARILYN GRAFT SANDRA MAC BROWN
Left our class to be Left our class to go to
m arri e d in January. Moved to Ohio in No- w ork in September.
3"fgge,-1' nf- 1- ---
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Who passed away dur-
ing our seventh year
C ASS OFFICERS
IITH GRADE IOTH GRADE
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FOOTB LL TEAM
FIRST ROW: B. Cuppett, R. Coldren, C. Chambers, M. Kurutz, E. Cottom, T. Bateman, I. Schrock, J.
Matsko, J. Shoaf, W. King. SECOND ROW: D. Mains, D. Lynch, T.Shetter1y, R. Kavulick, F. Steck,
V. Komacko, J. Statzula, J. Bednar, R. Quaranto, I-I. DiVirgilio. THIRD ROW: L. Luce, B. Krall, L.
Swantak, P. Cernuska, D. Coldren, E. Lawrence, F. Krall. J. Russell, J. Sechrest, I. Newmeyer.
Perry had suffered severe
personnel losses at graduation last
year and the picture looked any-
thing but rosy when grid drills
started in August. However, Coach
Mains did quite a bit of juggling
and worked the boys so that the
result was a stunning 26-6 victory
over highly favored, experienced
Bellmar in the opener. That win
seemingly gave the boys the spirit
they needed. The second tussle was
also a tough one with the top con-
tender for the Class B champion-
ship. Perry pulled a surprising
win over Ellsworth by defeating
them 13-0. For the first time since
the year began the Commodores
were favored and they lived up to
their rating by defeating Point
The tragedy struck in the form
of "the flu bug!" The boys were
out of action for two weeks as
games with Snowden Township and
Bellmar . .
Ellsworth . .
Pt. Marion . .
West Newton , , , ,
S. Huntington . . ,
Masontown . .
Centerville were cancelled and then
the scheduled game with West New-
ton was delayed two days because
of the sickness. As far as Perry
was concerned, it might as well
have been called off too as the
Hornets dumped the visiting Ad-
mirals, 21-19. The Commodores had
a couple of starters home in bed
with the flu.
However, Perry eleven poun-
ced right back with wins over East
Huntington 34-6 and South Hunting-
ton 7-0. Then the Commodores fell
again at the hands of the Gunners
of Masontown, 15-0. This was the
first time the Admirals failed to
score in 32 games. The ball just
wasn't bouncing their way.
The Perry eleven registered
119 points during the season and
yielded but 48 tallies. With so many
of the boys scheduled to return in
1958, the future looks promising for
the Commodore Club.
CHANCY CHAMBERS ELLSWORTH COTTOM BOB PIERSOL
Half-Back Center Half-Back
MIKE KURUTZ TOM BATEMAN
JIM MATSKO RON COLDREN GERALD SECREST
Guard End Center
ELLSWORTH COT TOM
I. Newmeyer, D. Mains, H. DiVirgi1io
R. Piersolg No. 16, C. Cham-
bersg No. 41, E. Cottong No.
22, D. Coldreng No. 36, P.
No. 20, B. Cuppettg No. 28
Cerr1uskagN0. 19, M. Kurutzg
No. 40, I. Bednarg No. 15,
W. Kingg No. 27, F. Steckg
No. 39, T. Bateman.
L. Luce, D. Lynch
FCDGTB LL FAN AS
SHIRLEY ANNE MASCH
was chosen Football Queen for
1957-58 by popular vote of the
members of the football squad.
Her coronation took place at
half-time of the East Hunting-
ton game on October 25.
Shirley Anne isa member
of the National Honor Society,
the Future Nurses, the College
Club, the Band and Orchestra.
She is a member of the Senior
Advisory Council and Associate
Editor of The Commodore.
ROSE MARIE FIELDS
receiving the second highest
number of votes was Crown
Bearer. Rose Marie is the Presi-
dent of the Student Council,
our head majorette, a member
of the majorette club, and a
typist on the yearbook staff.
AS President of the Student
Council, she had the privilege
of crowning Shirley Anne Queen
of the 1957-58 Football Fan-
FOOTB LL OLlEEN'S COURT
JUNIOR MEMBERS OF THE
FRONT: Barbara Ann Fields.
BACK: Irene Grecho, Char-
SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE
FRONT ROW: Patti Torkish,
Joan Kranik. BACK ROW:
Marlene Krasovic, Helen Go-
hoski, and Patty Fest.
SOPHOMORE MEMBERS OF
FRONT: Marlene W a ll n e r
BACK: Ioan Borri, Carol Sager
DEFENSIVE TE M
KNEELING: R. Coldren, J. Bednar, G. Secrest, P. Cernuska, M. Kurutz. STANDING: L. Swantik. D-
Coldren, E. Cottom, T. Bateman, W. King, C. Chambers.
FIRST ROW: C. Petrosky, B. Cuppett, R. Angele, J. Domokos, P. Farrow, L. Pirilla, R.We11ing, .T
Komacko, R. Giovanelli. SECOND ROW: Mr, Yeash, R. Jenkins, D. Askey, D. Mattey, L. Guth, F. Sajna
I. Smith, E. Kerestesi, C. Bedner. THLRD ROW: K. Williams, D. Bindus, K. Torkish, .T.Se1'uga, M
Kalman, L. Byers, P. Vinsick.
VARSITY BASKETB LL SQUAD
KNEELING: Mr. DiVi1'gi1io, W. King. I. Filak, P. Rubish, L. Swiantek, Mr. Mains BACK ROW
I. McArdle, R. Coldren, I. Martinak, C. Cuppett, B. Phillips.
Rostraver . .
Georges. . .
Pt. Marion .
Pt. Marion .
Rostraver . .
German . .
W. Newton .
German . . .
Irwin . . .
Bellevue . .
Bellevue . .
W. Newton .
St, Johns . .
St. Johns . .
Georges . .
Irwin . .
ASSISTANT COACH IR. COACH
61 Mr. Mains Mr Lailco
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JERRY MC ARDLE
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Swiantek gets tip against South Hunting- Rubish shoots from outside in one sided
win over E, Huntingdon.
JU ICR HIGH
KNEELING: Mr. Lafke, R. Martinak, R. Giovanelli, C. Bednar, E.SiS1ey, R. Jenkins, L.Piri11a, P.
Vinsick, J. Komacko, M. Kalman, C. Morris. STANDING: J. Seruga, P. Seman, D. Mattey, R. Giovanelli,
I. Palender, A. Komacko, D. Koslosky, R. Angelo, R. Tonnozzi, E. Polock, L. Karpel, D. Martinak, K.
JUNIOR VARSITY - KNEELING: Mr. Mains, J. Shavel, E. Varhola, J. Wolfe, J. Green, MF- DiVi1'gi1i0
STANDING: I. Bedner, A. Moodry, A, Tonnozzi, W. Phillips, E. Lawrence.
MANAGERS: B, Demko, L. Luce, Lawrence 1115 sinks for I.V.'s.
D. Lynch. 63
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
FRONT: B. Schiffbauer, B. Hudock, P. C. Forrest, I. Gohoski, C. Farkas, S.
Fest. BACK: B. Farkas, M. S. Cos- Troupe, F. Bock, B. Gabor.
sell, H. Bordas, I. Berri.
BOY CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS GAME
The Cheerleaders game, which took
place in February, proved to be a very ex-
citing game with the Senior Girls fin shortsj
winning out over the Cheerleaders fshort
In the Faculty Game, the teachers
took a commanding lead which the Senior
Boys could not overcome. The Teachers
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FIRST ROW: R. Fields, L. Lynch, M. Krasovic, N. Halvonik, R.
L. Shoaf, C. White, K. Swartz, T. Griglak, I. Pierott, L. Hough.
Husar, D. Slebodnik, B. Shumar, C. Sager, S. A. Masch, M. E.
Gohoski, I. Grecho. THIRD ROW: M. Bateman, E. Pollock, I. Cope,
D. McDonald, D. Forse, Mr. Griglak, Band Master. FOURTH ROW:
Blair, J. Rabatin, J. Russell, C. Petrosky.
Means, M. Varga, B. Demko, A. M. Chubboy, I. Quaranto, I. Gray
SECOND ROW: P. Torkish, B. Fields, R. M. Adams, D. Davis, H
McCabe, C. Carney, C. McKnight, D. McWilliams, D. Olinzock, H
R. Volpe, B. Lepley, I. Stanchak, A. I. Grig1ak,W. Pleva, I. Valent
I. Kranik, R. Sanner, A. Modrey, B. Butler, B. Hough, R. Pleva, I
SEATED: James Blair, Marlene Krasovic, Barbara Demko, ASSOCIATE MAIORETTES
Brenda Shumar, Mary Ellen McCabe, Shirley Masch, Clair Betty Rubish
Ann Carney, Raymond Pleva. STANDING: Linda Lynch, Patty Moxin
Ioan Persello, Ioan Kranik, Patti Torkish, Rose Marie Fields,
Rosemary Adams, Helen Gohoski.
DRUM MAIORETTE Rose Marie Fields, Head Majoretteg Libby STARLETTE
Patti Torkish ' Lee Hough, Barbara Fields, Charlette Pet- Sara SChHliU1G
rosky, Diana Force, Irene Grecho, Maylene
Bateman, Ioan Kranik.
SEATED: B. Gaber, S. Iulius, H. Bordas, I. Grecho, E. Husar,R. M. Fields, President, B,
Rubish, B. Farkas, B. Shumar, B. Farrow. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Forrest, T. Bateman, B.
Phillips, C. Cuppett, W. King, B. Kerestesi, S. Sager, B. Pilarcik, J. Stanchak, F. Steck, J. Do-
mokos, E. Sisley, B. Vargo, Mr. Swartz. BACK ROW: C. Petrosky, J. Paveasi, C. Lepley, P.
DiVirgi1e, M. Russe, A. Giovanelli, J. Paveasi, R. Blair.
NATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY
SEATED: B. Farkas, P. Fest, P. Bilohlavek, E. Husar, S. Masch, B. Shumar, L. Lynch, Presi-
dent, H. J. Gohoski, L. L. Hough, M. S. Cossell. BACK ROW: I. Pierotte, C. Kershey, D. Cot-
tom, R. Pilarchik, D. Shipley, A. Shavel, E. Cottom, .T. Blair, D. Olinzock, J. Stanchak, M. Cun-
ningham, I. Greche, N. Hanam.
J. Shoaf, Mrs. Forrest, C. Thras-
her, D. Prewett, C. Chambers, W
Brackstrom, R. Torrence, R. Lint,
L. Luce, T. Bateman, F. Krall
G. Potter, W. Bargiband, R. Beno
R. Green, C. Cuppett, R. Shelkey.
N U RS ES CL U B
FIRST ROW: D. Lynch, B. Shumar,
F. Rainey, R. Adams, C. Kershey,
M. Krasovic, D.Shetter1y, L. Lynch,
E. Husar. SECOND ROW: I. Pie-
rotti, C. Riggan, P. Gray, C. Pa-
gesh, B. Bartko, I. Grecho, B.
Hagerman, J. Pandolph, S. Lud-
wick, D. Edwards, J. Persello, P.
DiVirgilo, B. Farrow. THIRD ROW:
Miss Bindas, B. Rubish, B. Mar-
tinak, J. Stickle, M. Lyons, M. Hat-
cher, J. Ramsey.
FIRST ROW: C. Matras, S. Knight
S. Masch, M. McCabe, .T. Tiernan
A. Wilson, B. Demko, H. Gohoski
B. Shumar. SECOND ROW: J. Kra-
nik, D. Fisher, C. Carney, D. Flani-
gan, M. Ridenour, M. Blades, H
Brooks, F. Russell, K. Kotler, C.
McKnight . THIRD ROW: M. Kovach
H. Pagesh, V. West, S. Matway
K. Sullivan, N. Wilhberhan, D. Davis
R. Toth, M. Gardner, B. Lafko, M
Swank, J. Wadsworth, Miss Roli-
son, N. Hanam.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Herring, A.
Fletcher, G. Smith, R. Piersol, T.
Toth, R. Coldren, F. Darkangelo,
P. Hegyes, E. Knight, A. Kavulick,
L. Cottom. SECOND ROW: I. Ku-
bina, P. Newell, I. Newell, J. Se-
crest, D. Coldren, R. Pivarnik, T.
Baroffio, I. Beeson, G. Pushcar,M.
Knight, A. Carocci, E. Shreeve, D.
Newell, E. Graft, P. Chernuska,
G, Cowan, R. Gardner, J. Matsko,
J. Kubina, A. Kavulick. THIRD ROW:
W. Golden, R. Hough, I. Gillespie,
J. Finley, I. Murtland, W. Phil-
lips, I. Rabatin, L. Galley, C. Mor-
SENIOR SPORTSMAN CLUB
KNEELING: C. Jenkins, D. Mac-
Donald, R. Angelo. STANDING: R.
Bonnelli, S. Torrusio, R, Trevis-
anutto, R. Bargiband, J. Stolaric,
B. Domonkus, J. Komacko, R. Wel-
ling, L. Pirrilla, P. Cuppett, I.
Smith, K. Williams, D. Askey, I.
Micheli, R. Martinak.
F. F. A. CLUB
KNEELING: T. Fish, R. Mazzoc-
co, J'. Moon, J'. Taylor, R.Ramsier,
E. Vindivich, R, Kavulick, F. Steck,
W, Pleva, W. King, J. MO1'I'iS-
FIRST ROW: R. Stover, C. Byers,
C. Carey, R. Wilson, E. Sams. L-
McKee, B. Felix, R. MaI'CiC. J.
Statzula, M. Kurutz, Mr. Yeash.
SECOND ROW: R. Bindus, J. Hal-
ler, B. Hissom, J. Prah, B. Krall.
J. Martinak, J. ShutterlY. R- Novak.
S. Szabo, R. Forrest, D. Boyle.
BACK: J. Schrock, L. Little, V.
Komacko, B. Ritenour, A. Muccoli.
JUNIOR SPORTSMAN CLUB
FIRST ROW: Y. Blair, D. Riden-
Our, P. Kashura, F. Newport, M.
Kennedy, P. Griffith, R. McKeever,
R. Campbell. STANDING: Mr. Tim-
check, R. Lynn, L. Swiantak, A.
Tonnozzi, J. Russell.
FIRST ROW: N. Shelkey, J. Krt-
rinak, M. Sullivan, R. Ludwick, Mrs.
Trasher, M. Jenkins, S. Austin, D
Estok. SECOND ROW: R. Gush
A. Olinzock, J. Colbert. J. Granger
M. Casey. J. Angelo, H. Sproat,
P. Demonkos, B. Keffer, R. Hough.
THIRD ROW: B. Quaranto,M.Wa11-
ner, M. Zayakosky, K. Uhrin, L
LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Cottom, H.
Husar, R. Toth, M. A. Vargo, Mr.
DiVirgilio, R. Pleva, J. Vrabel,
E, Varhola, B. Sampey.
MATH CLU B
FIRST ROW: D. Force, R. M. Fields, P. Tor-
kish, C. Petrosky. SECOND ROW: K. sigwalr
I. Adams, S. Steck, I. Anderson. THLRD ROW
D. Erdley, E. Lafko, H. Zebley, D. Vrable, N
Legg. FOURTH ROW: L. Cope, S. Swiantek, B
Kerestesi, B. Kotlar. FIFTH ROW: L. Conn,
L. McBeth, E. Gabor, H. Zayakosky, R. M
Ludwick. SIXTH ROW: L. Farquhar, P. D'An-
gelo, B. Jones, C. Acotta. SEVENTH ROW
M. Chiaraluna, L. Blades.
FRONT TO BACK: B. Leply, J. Cope, C
Sager, R. Carson, T. Griglak, N. Halvonic, I
Filak, R. Vope, E. Pollock, R. Pilarcik, D
Mattey, Miss Swetts, Sponsor, L. Chalfant, .T
Stanchak, I. Valent, A. J, Griglak, J. Shavel
R. Jenkins, P. Moxin, D. Olinzock, A. M. Chub-
boy, L. Hough, B. Fields, C. Petrosky.
SEATED: S. Cossell, B. Farkus, P. Fest, B. Schiffbauer, J'.
Borri, M. Bordas. STANDING: J. Adams, D. Lafko, D. Olinzock,
A. Lance, L. Murtland, D. King, K. Filak, C. Jones, C. Hers-
pold, P. Martinak, B. Gabor, M. L. Quaranto, C. Farkas, S.
Troupe, Mr. Farkas, Sponsor.
SEATED: M. Cossal, D. Cottom
B. Shumar, S. Masch, R. Toth, P
Fest. SECOND ROW: R. Davis
R. Lint, N. Hanam, E. Cottom
D. Anderson, I. Matsko, S. Vindi-
vich, E. Sergua, R. Sanner, R,
Quarranto, J. Lyons, R. Sarnpey,
I. Wolfe, J. Darkangelo.
TEENAGE BOCK CLUB
Teenage Book Club
Only club available to seventh and
eighth grade students.
D. Olinzock, L. Clark, B. Farkas.
SENIOR HIGH CHORLI
FIRST ROW: S. Swiantek, D. Fisher, B. Farkus, S. Cossell, R. M. Gush, M. Krasovic, B. I. Farrow,
J. Christner, A. Olinzock, C. A. Carney, M. Varga, R. Ludwick, F. Russell, N. Shelkey. SECOND ROW:
M. A. Kennedey, B. Thompson, M. Cunningham, D. F orse, C. Uhrin, B. J. Quarranto, L. L. Hough, H.
Husar, C. Sager, P. Moxin, M. Lyons, I. Borri, B. Hagerman, I. Angelo, J. Katrinak, D. Davis, C. Pet-
rosky, J. Blair, Accompanist, and Mrs. Donaldson, Director. THIRD ROW: J. Schrock, A. Shavel, R
Greene, E. Sisley, R. Mezzocco, B. Fields, M. Zayokosky, E. Varhola, I. Russell, R. Pilarcik, D. Lynch,
R. Terrence, E. Seruga.
JLI IOR HIGH HORLIS
SEATED: R. West, G. Filak, M. Etling, S. Luckey, P. Gillespie, N. Goodwin, N. Backstrom, B. Nilkie.
STANDING: A. Statzula, P. Hawker, C. Hanam, M. L. McMiller, B. Brooks, M. Metts, S. Strother, K.
Swartz, S. Iulius, J. Golden, D. Huff, Mrs. Donaldson.
CLAIRE ANN CARNEY
QUEEN OF COAL FESTIVAL OF 1958
Claire was chosen from a group of sixteen contestants representing three counties. The selection
was made on the basis of talent and beauty. She will reign at the Coal Festival to be held during the Labor
Graduating highest among
her eighty-eight classmates,
Shirley Anne Masch received
the distinguished honor of being
Ellen Husar, achieved
the highest degree of perfection
in the secretarial skills and
was awarded the Commercial
Excelling in scholarship,
leadership, character, and
Future Farmer of America
projects, Ronald Coldren was
awarded the Vocational Agri-
JAMES BLAIR BONNIE BLAIR LINDA LYNCH
Arian Award Employ Handicapped Betty Crocker
Poster Winner Award
MARLENE KRASOVIC LIBBY LEE HOUGH JOHN SPANCHAK
SENIOR Voice of Democracy A11-State
King and Queen Band Representative
HIGH HO OR STUDENTS
FIRST ROW: P. Bilohlavek, H. Gohoski, E. Husar, P. Fest, Salutatoriang S. A. Masch. Va1eCliCIOl'i2H:
and I. Pierotti. SECOND ROW: L. Lynch, N. Hanam, E. Cottom, D.O1inzock, D. Shipley, and I.
JAMES BLAIR RON COLDREN .TO ANN KRANIK
Activities Award Athletic Candidate for
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St. James Country Club, scene of Prom and Senior Banquet
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ROSE MARIE FIELDS
Rose Marie was chosen by popular
vote of the student body from a field
of seven senior girls. Her coronation
took place at a dance held at the St.
.Tohn'S Social Center on May 2, 1958.
She is the President of the Student
Council, Head Majorette, member of
the Majorette Club, and a typist for
When we embarked upon our voyage on the good ship "The Commodore" as seventh graders,
we looked with awe upon our new surroundings: the teachers, the classrooms, our new studies,
and the seniors that looked "so big."
Island hopping to our next landmark, the eighth grade, we became more familiar with the
school and its routine. And guess what! the seniors shrank a little.
Our captain's log shows that in our Freshman year we sailed into a sea of activity in the
Senior High building. Beginning to realize our meaning here, we buckled down to work. We
became active socially, too, attending dances, football games, and basketball games. We had the
privilege of electing our first May Queen attendant, Beverly May, who has since moved away.
Our closely knit crew learned together to the halyards creating a very active year before
we passed the landmark of our Sophomore year. The football queen's attendants from our class,
our first, were Helen Jane Gonoski and Hazel Evans. We started our very successful canteens
which were held in the school gymnasium every other Thursday. During our Sophomore year,
our special dance was a Valentine's Day Dance with music furnished by our canteen disc jockey
"Slops." Shirley Anne Masch was chosen to represent our class in the May Day exercises. A
class picnic, our first class social function, was held at Torkishs'.
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As we sailed this sea of education, we encountered a busy Junior year. The girls who at-
tended the football queen from our class were Rose Marie Fields, Shirley Anne Masch, and Mary
Ellen McCabe. Smart Arnold and his band provided the music for our "Rhapsody in Blue" prom
held a.t Pleasant Valley Country Club on May 26. Financing this was our very successful class
play, "A Broom for the Bride," a farce comedy. Entitled to two Rose Marie Fields and Clair
Ann Carney were chosen as May queen attendants from our class.
As all our little ships came sailing home to the harbor of Perry High for the last time, we
laid anchor at a port of great activity. Progressing rapidly, our new school was being built and
the old one remodeled. The teachers became more strict towards the end of our journey trying
to give us our last pieces of knowledge. Most of the class participatirg, our annual skit turned out
to be the funniest and best ever. Two dances were sponsored by our senior class: the dance held
by the annual staff and the Senior Christmas Dance, both held at the Sons of Italy. Our class play,
"The Divine Flora," our senior picnic, held at Maple Grove on June 2, and our commencement
exercises are all memorable events. With this, we bring to a close a sometimes pleasant, some-
times hard, but nevertheless, valuable and essential journey.
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We, the class of l958, wish to thank our many
patrons and sponsors for making it possible for us
to put out the largest yearbook Perry ever had.
SAGER COAL CO.
Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania
Luck 8 Success to the
Class of '58
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Phone RE 6-9981
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HERBERT T. MILLER
Congratulations to the Class of 1958
I. A. KALMAN 84 SON, CLOVER FARM STORE Perryopolis, Pennsylvanla
KRANIK'S HARDWARE Congratulations to the
Phone: RE 6-4481
Class of '58
IRA BLAIR G SONS
Class of l958 HAUT' S
SPROUL LUMBER CO. BARBER SHOP
Perryopolis, Pennsylvania Star Junction, Pennsylvania
Compliments of "Quality Above All"
Char1erOi,S Fashion G General Merchandise
Center Wick Haven, Pennsylvania
Phone: RE 6-2654
Best Wishes Class of MORRIS WEISS
Meat G Groceries
1958 Whitsett, Pennsylvania
A FRIEND Free Delivery
Perl' Drug Star
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AMERICAN PRE-FABS, INC.
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Phone: RE 6-9996
Class of '58
COUSIN'S FLORAL SHOPPE
HSay it with Flowers
Say it with Oursu
Phone: RE 6-2391
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ANGELO'S FARM SERVICE
Ph: REdfield 6-4319
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1958
Food Market Theatre
THE B. L. BONUCCI FAMILY
Success to Graduating Class
THE LEADER STORE
Ph: RE 6-2282 H. J. Moodry
RE 6-9966 S. E. Moodry
MOODRY'S GARAGE AND
Tires - Tubes - Accessories
Route 5l Box 3
76l Menon Ave.
To the Class of '58
"The Family Store"
Onor Wearing Apparel for the
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C0mP1imentS MON VALLEY MOTORS, INC.
Phone: RE 6-4940
Your Friendly Buick Dealer
Monesson 8 Perryopolis
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Fire - Auto Insurance
Surety Bonds - Notary Public
Phone: RE 6-2601
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JAMES M. SWARTZ
uccess to the graduating class
To the Class of '58
DR. BERNARD SHAPIRO
UNION SUPPLY CO. NO. 105
Star Junction, Pennsylvania
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Fayette City, Pennsylvania
Phone: DA 6-5636
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