Freeport Area High School - Freeportian Yearbook (Freeport, PA)
- Class of 1957
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By the Allegheny flowing
Stands our dear old Freeport High School
Here let your voices sing with fervor
The praise which she deserves from you.
Then hold aloft her gleaming banners,
The royal blue and gold so true,
And let your hearts be loyal ever,
Hail, Alma Mater, Hail to you!
You, her worthy sons and daughters
Live to carry on her fame,
Lead well for others that will follow,
So honor we all bring her name.
Then hold forever dear and sacred
The mem'ries of dear Freeport High School,
As graduates you leave, sing ever
Hail, Alma Mater, Hail to you!
MR. THOMAS C. PARRY
B.Ed., Duquesne University
Head Coach, Basketball
Assistant Coach, Football
We, the Class of 1957, dedicate this annual
edition of the "Freeportian" to you, Mr. Parry.
We are indeed grateful for the encourage-
ment you have given us to face the future as
well as for the guidance and inspiration you
have provided us in our studies, athletics and
Please accept this dedication as a symbol
of our appreciation.
Records placed in this album
Collected along our way,
The "Hits of '57"
To be played a later day.
And when we spin these records,
May the lessons we've learned here,
Remain with all these memories
And be forever clear.
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Board of Education
Row l: R. Westerman, H. Mast, M. Wetzel, H. Huey, W. Keebler, R, Gardner, C. Dininger. Row ll: F.
Myers, A. Yates, R. Kearney, D. Patton, R. Fry, C. Burford, W. Wiegand, P. Hoover, W. Fleck.
F. LEE MYERS
To the Students of Freeport
Area Joint High School:
To you young people on the threshold of
adult life, I want to ask the question, "Quo
Vadis?" Translated, it means, "Where are you
I am not concerned with geographical di-
rections, I am thinking of the highway of life.
Some of you are ready to embark now, others
will be starting in a few years. Study hard, plan
well. The road map of life has many highways,
usually very legibly marked, Beware of detours
and side roads which lead to wrong destina-
tions. There are roads ot complacency, neglect,
indifference, laziness, cowardice, and selfishness.
There are other roads of vision, courage, oppor-
tunity, and service. Which road will you take?
Will it be the low road of getting all you can for
as little as you can, or will it be the high road ot
service and unselfish devotion to principles and
My best wishes to each of you for health
and happiness as you travel the road of lite.
But remember the question-"Quo Vadis?"
High School Principal
To the Class of 1957:
We congratulate each member of the Class
of 1957 upon your graduation from high school.
It has been a pleasure to become better ac-
quainted with you as the years rolled by. Your
worthy ambitions have become our hopes, and
we shall continue to watch with interest as you
progress toward their achievement.
You have now invested some twelve years
of your life in your educational preparation.
Dividends from such investment yau may antici-
pate receiving for many years to come. How-
ever, you should expect them only in proportion
to the efiort which you made to take advan-
tage of the educational opportunities which have
been yours. Generally speaking, you who have
worked the hardest should receive the greatest
rewards of satisfaction, contentment, and hap-
Your diploma confers responsibilities, as
well as privileges. To make a worth-while con-
tribution toward the betterment of mankind
should be your constant endeavor. Whether or
not you play a maior role in the world's scien-
tific progress or moral advancement, never for-
get to actively support and promote the home, HAROLD J, BUSH
tqhmznschool, the church, and an honest govern- High school Principal
Mrs. Bessie McClain
Secretary to Mr. Bush
Miss Mary Lane Wotzel
Secretary to Mr. Myers
CHARLES R. BENDL
Attended: St. Vincent, Pitt
Teaching: English, Literature
MORRIS E. CARLSON
Degree: B.S., M.Ed.
Attended: Indiana, Pitt
Teaching: Physics, Chemistry
Attended: Duquesne, Pitt
Teaching: Bookkeeping I 81 ll, Busi-
ness Law, Business Math, General
BERNICE CRAIG, R.N.
Attended: Columbia Hospital
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Assistant High School Principal
Degree: B.S., M.Ed.
Attended: Bethany, Penn State, North
Carolina, Slippery Rock, University of
ALFRED BOARDLEY CHARLOTTE S. BROWN
Degree: B.S. Degree: B.A.
Attended: California Attended: Bucknell, Pitt
Teaching: Industrial Arts Teaching: Mathematics
Bendl Boardley Brown
Carlson Chioldi Craig
ROBERT B. DEVINE
Attended: St. Vincent, Pitt
Teaching: English, Literature
MICHAEL B. DOLMAYER
Attended: Clarion, Pitt
Teaching: Biology, General
Attended: Slippery Rock
HELEN S. GALES
Degree: A.B., M.Ed.
Attended: Wilson College, Pitt
CHARLES W. HANKO
Degree: B.A., Ed.M., Ph.D. fHon
oraryl, Litt.D. fHonoraryi
Attended: Mt, Union College,
Pitt, Western University
Teaching: World History,
MARY M. KARL
Teaching: Shorthand I and II
WILLIAM J. KARL
Degree: B.S., M.A.
Attended: Michigan, Clarion,
Hanko M, Karl
JOHN B. KARRS
Degree: B.E., M.Ed.
Attended: Duquesne, Western
Teaching: Health, Phys. Education
THOMAS A. KENNEDY
Attended: Youngstown, Kent
Teaching: Instrumental Music
Kerr B. Lehew
J, Lehew Luchs
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MONA MOZENA ii
Attended: Indiana, Syracuse,
Teaching: Home Economics
Attended: Grove City
Teaching: French, English
Attended: Slippery Rock, Du
Teaching: History, Speech
BETTY SUE LEHEW
Teaching: Home Economics
MERYLE L. LUCHS
Attended: Penn State
Teaching: Physical Education,
BARRY T. MANNING
MARGUERITE M. MARIETTI
Attended: Indiana, Pitt
Teaching: Typewriting I 8- II
ELEANOR F. O'BRYAN
Degree: B.S., l.itt,M.
Teaching: Latin, Home and
THOMAS C. PARRY
Attended: Notre Dame, Miami,
Teaching: World History, U.S.
MARY MARGARET PODRASKY
EDWARD W. PRUSICK
Degree: B.S., M.Ed.
Attended: Clarion, Pitt
Teaching: Geography, Driver
Wadding d .
Attended: Thiel, Indiana, Penn
Teaching: Arithmetic, English
ELIZABETH H. SHAFFER
Attended: West Chester,
Teaching: Vocal Music
Attended: Allegheny College,
Pitt, Penn State, Columbia
RICHARD V. WADDING
Attended: Indiana, Pitt
aching: Mathematics and
CECIL D. WILLOUGHBY
Degree: B.S., M.A.
Attended: Clarion, Pitt
Teaching: Pennsylvania History
Civics, American History
JOSEPH L. YEDLOWSKI, JR.
Teaching: Industrial Arts
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Class of 19.57
Richard Borrison "Doc" Sarver
Our Senior class president, Doc was active in Hi-Y, Sportsman's
Club, Student Council, a member of the Senior play cast, Co-
Business manager of the Freeportian and Manager of the
magazine campaign. These activities won him the title of
most ambitious boy in the class.
Don Altman "Ace" Freeport
A classmate of whom we can be proud. Don was voted most
athletic boy in the class. Co-captain of the football team,
captain of the basketball team, president of the Varsity Club,
Student Council, patrolman, and Freeportian staff are some of
the activities of this popular boy.
Sandra Douthett "Sandy" Freeport
Sandy will always be remembered as the Football Queen of
the 'I956 season. Chosen best looking girl in the Senior class.
Member of Tri-Hi-Y, Chorus, Freeportian Business staff and
Dramatics Club. Plans to be an airline stewardess.
SANDY DOUTHETT CAROL BERGER
SECRETARY ASSISTANT SECRETARY
Carol Berger "Pickles" Freeport
This popular girl was active in Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Girls' Ensemble, Tri-Hi-Y, Freeportian staff, Yellowiacket staff,
Librarian, and G.A.A., of which she was the hardworking
president. She enioys sports and dancing.
Sylvia Pavlik "Alcatraz" Sarver
Quite a busy little girl, Sylvia was active in Chorus, Blue and
Gold Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Freeportian and Yellowiacket
staffs, Librarian, G.A.A., president of the Senior Tri-Hi-Y, and
a member of the Senior play cast. She was a football queen
candidate. Pet peeve-quiet people.
Donna Roe Ruggeri "Donna" Freeport
Donna, our cute head cheerleader, was voted most popular
girl in the class. She was a member of the Freeportian staff,
Yellowiacket staff, Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir, Girls' En-
semble, Librarian, Student Council, Potrolman, football queen
candidate, and a member of the Senior play cast.
SYLVIA PAVLIK DONNA RUGGERI
TREASURER ASSISTANT TREASURER
Can be seen whizzing around
town in his old beat-up truck.
Mr. Empfield's math class seems
to be his biggest disturbance.
Lon was a member of the
Sportsman's Club and Hi-Y.
One of our big sixtooters.
Would rather hunt and fish than
go to school any day. Mem-
ber of Hi-Y, Varsity Club and
the Sportsman's Club. His
pride and ioy is his big green
and white "Olds."
One of our class brains, Ducky
was voted most studious boy
in the class. A nice kid to
know. Vice-president of Room
'l'l4 his Senior year, football
manager, Varsity Club and
baseball team make up his list
ot activities. Hates to sit in
Usually seen with "Ducky",
Enioys a good game of foot-
ball or baseball. Pet peeve is
boys wearing bermuda shorts.
Pete seems to have a dislike for
homework, especially Algebra
"Jean" Shrader's Grove
Says her pet peeve is men???
Jean was active in Tri-Hi-Y,
Chorus, G.A.A., Freeportian
Stott, and Librarians. Dislikes
men drivers who "Know it all."
Favorite pastime is cowboying
the family car.
Mary Alys Bennett
Enioys bowling and going to
football games. An active mem-
ber of F.H.A, She is learning
all she can for future use. Says
her pet peeve is the cracking
His dark wavy hair is the envy
of all the girls. Member of Hi-
Y. Sings with a very good ten-
or voice in Chorus and Blue and
Gold Choir. Seems he's already
been spoken for.
Another one of our big six-
footers, Steve is a friend to all.
He has participated in football,
basketball and baseball. Steve
claims that his pet peeve is
Chemistry class, but doesn't
A tall good-looking Senior who
is popular with everyone. Ac-
tive in Varsity Club and one-
time member of the football
and basketball teams. Co-cap-
tain of the magazine campaign
in 114. Always headed in the
direction of Leechburg.
Markel Ann Cassell
Yellowiacket staff, Freepartian
Business stalt, G.A.A., and vice
president of home room 113
kept her busy. Myke was also
a football queen candidate and
a member of the Senior Class
Play. Left F.H.S. to get mar-
One of the iokers of the class,
but everybody's friend. Ken
says he likes study hall, girls
and Ford convertibles. Favor-
ite foods are hamburgers and
French fries. Can always be
found at Petri's.
A quiet girl with a merry twin-
kle in her eye. Tri-Hi-Y, stu-
dent secretary and Freepartian
Business staff are a few of her
activities. Enioys sports and
eating. Pet peeve is unsociable
An all-around athlete, tall and
cute. Very active member of
the Varsity Club. Gib was vot-
ed best dancer of the class.
Pet peeve-French class and
"punks". When not at home
he's usually found in or around
"Andy" River Road
Andy has been a loyal member
of the stage crew. One of Bob
Wray's top grease monkeys.
Pet peeve-woman drivers.
Likes girls and food. You can
always find him hot-rodding
around town in his little
Peg was our busy editor of the
Freepartian. She also partici-
pated in Tri-Hi-Y, Chorus, Blue
and Gold Choir, Girls' Ensemble
and was treasurer of room 114.
A big steak dinner is Peggy's
idea of a good meal. lf you
want to make her groan, iust
mention Chemistry lab.
Our hard-fighting center on the
football team. Terry belongs
to Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir
and Varsity Club. He was vot-
ed best dressed boy in the
Senior Class. An outdoorsman
who can still find time for Nan.
cy. Claims he likes Chemistry
lab??? Enioys anything cooked
"Vera" Nickleson Run
Always has a friendly smile for
everyone. Staunch member of
the F.H.A. Seems to like swim-
ming, skating, and boys, ex-
cepting blondes. Pet peeve is
working. Favorite food-pizza.
Always busy with paints and
brushes, Ray was Art Director
for the Junior and Senior Prom.
Freeportian Stait, Chorus, Blue
and Gold Choir, Hi-Y, and
Sportsman's Club are among
his activities. Dislikes home-
work for some reason or other.
Mary Jane Durci
"Janie" was another one of
our loyal F.H.A. members.
Among her many interests are
photography, boating, acro-
batics, camping, roller skating,
dancing, swimming, and em-
broidering. Her pet peeve is
unfriendly people. Favorite
foods - watermelon, potato
chips and ice cream.
"Jan" Butler Junction
"Jan" can be seen cowboying
in her bright red "Chevy." Pet
peeve is boys in bermuda
shorts. She was a member of
Chorus, Freeportian Business
Staff, G.A.A., and Tri-Hi-Y. Fav-
Member of Chorus and F.H.A.
Says her pet peeve is "Catty
people." Betty's favorite pas-
time is dancing. Chicken and
French fries are tops on her
list of foods.
Wanda Lee Dolmayer
Can be seen with Peggy. Mem-
ber of Chorus, Blue and Gold
Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Yellow-
iacket Staff, Business Manager
of Junior and Senior Class
Plays, Freeportian Staff, and
Librarians. ls partial to the
Navy. Favorite food-choco-
One of our high-stepping flag
twirlers. Also known for her
pretty blond hair. Secretary of
Room ll3. Librarian, Freepor-
tian Business Stat? and Tri-Hi-
Y. Will be remembered for her
witty remarks. Norma was ct
football queen candidate.
President of Chorus, Blue and
Gold Choir, Band, Freeportion
Business Staff. Known by his
red hair. Tom likes summer va-
cation, money, and Pat. Pet
peeve-solid geometry. Did a
very good job in the Senior
"Tess" Butler Junction
"Tess" is usually seen with
Janet. Active in F.H.A. and
Chorus. Pet peeve-inconsid-
erate people. Her likes include
sports, roller skating, and dan-
Active in Tri-Hi-Y and a mem-
ber of the Freeportian Business
Staff and Math Club. Wears a
big sparkler on her left hand.
Enioys a good game of football.
Jo Ann Frantz
A nice friendly person to know.
President of Room 113, treas-
urer of Senior Tri-Hi-Y, student
director of the Junior play. An
active chorus member. Favorite
food-hoagies. Likes a pleasant
Another one of our red-heads.
Jerry is a loyal member of the
stage crew. A great outdoor's
man who enjoys hunting and
fishing immensely. Pet peeve-
grouchy teachers. Favorite food
A peppy cheerleader. Will be
remembered for her roles in
both the Junior and Senior
Class plays. Member of Chor-
us, Blue and Gold Choir, Tri-Hi-
Y, Yellowiacket Staff and sec-
retary of Room 'l'l4. One of
our football queen candidates.
Makes frequent trips to Saxon-
Ralph is one of the strong si-
lent types. Likes sports, hunt-
ing, ice skating and study
halls. Favorite food-spaghetti.
Says his pet peeve is Consum-
One of Mrs. ShaFter's most
faithful chorus members. Likes
working on a farm, hunting,
fishing, and relaxing. Favorite
food is spaghetti. Doesn't like
to do homework.
Patricia Ann Gallagher
Co-Captain of magazine cam-
paign in Room l'l3. Member
of Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir.
Girls' Ensemble and Freeportian
Business Staff. Pet Peeve-
boys who don't like to dance.
Always seen with "Karooch."
Has a special liking for blond
Richard M. Geer
One of the quieter boys in the
Senior class. Favorite subiect is
shop. He likes to drive and
work out-of-doors. Active mem-
ber of Hi-Y. Favorite foods-
steak, mashed potatoes and
Paul Michael Harrigan
A real nice kid to have around.
Mike was a member of the
Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Boys' Ensemble, Hi-Y, and Sen-
ior Play cast. Mike has the de-
serving title of best looking boy
in the Senior class. Says he
dislikes girls who talk too much,
Ace mechanic for Bures Motor
Sales. Bob is real proud of his
new Ford. He is a very active
member of the stage crew.
Likes girls, food and work???
"Hench" says he can't stand
One of the intelligent girls of
the class. Her activities include
Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir.
Girls' Ensemble, Band, Tri-Hi-Y,
and Freeportian Business Staff.
Enioys all kinds of sports and
reading a good book,
A tall, quiet Senior boy,
"Smoke" has a special talent
for hunting, fishing, and trap-
ping. Says his pet peeve is
English. When asked his favor-
ite food his reply is "just food."
Our snappy head maiorette.
This popular miss is a member
of Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Girls' Ensemble, Student Coun-
cil, patrolman, Freeportian Busi-
ness Staff, and G.A.A. lVice
Presidentl. Sandy was voted
most friendly girl in the class
and was a football queen can-
"Rocky" Slate Lick
Chief spotter for the announcer
at the football games. Partici-
pated in Varsity Club, baseball
and Hi-Y. Paul is a member of
the Freeportian staff. Says he
dislikes iazz and operatic
"Brownie" is quiet and a real
nice guy to know. Seems to
have a knack for writing letters
to Ohio. Claims that his pet
peeve is unfriendly people.
Hates to wear a white shirt.
"Isa" South Buffalo
Favorite class is gym. His main
interest lies in farming. Has a
laugh or smile for everyone.
"lse" says he dislikes English.
Pet peeve-grouchy girls. En-
ioys eating a heaping platfer
Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Girls' Ensemble, Tri-Hi-Y, Free-
portian Business staff and Jun-
ior and Senior play casts are
among this popular girls' activi-
ties. Jackie is also one of our
peppy cheerleaders. She was
voted best dancer in the Senior
Class and was a football queen
"Larry" Slate Lick
Our dynamic half-back, Larry
helped to move the "Jackets"
on to many victories this past
season. He also played bas-
ketball and baseball. Says he
likes Mr. Carlson's chemistry
class??? Favorite food-meat
A member of Chorus, Blue and
Gold Choir, Girls' Ensemble,
Tri-Hi-Y, Freeportian Business
staff, Librarians, and the Props
Committee for the band. Says
her pet peeve is boys??? Likes
to swim, cook and go to foot-
ball games. Favorite foods-
chocolate cake and potato
Rita Jean .lack
A high-stepping Hag twirler
with a big diamond ring. Can
always be seen with Clyde.
Member of Tri-Hi-Y, Freeportian
Business staff, Chorus, Blue and
Gold Choir, Girls' Ensemble.
Rita was voted best dressed girl
in the Senior class.
Our very capable Secretary of
the Student Council, Marilyn
was voted the most dependable
girl in the class. Chorus, Blue
and Gold Choir, Girls' Ensem-
ble, Tri-Hi-Y and Patrolman are
some of her activities. Did a
wonderful iob in the Junior
Our one and only aviator, Ted
likes to fly his dad's plane. His
pet peeves are boys in bermuda
shorts and women drivers. Fav-
orite food - "Sloppy Joes."
Likes to see how annoyed he
can get the teachers.
Bob's trademark is his curly
hair. Likes hunting and popu-
lar music. Active member of
Hi-Y, Sportsman's Club, Band
and Orchestra. Says he doesn't
like work or girls??? Favorite
foods-ice cream and French
Will be remembered as "Tom-
my" in the Junior Class Play.
Always has a wise remark.
Gary was in Hi-Y and band.
Pet peeve-the number 2 key
on his typewriter in 113. Likes
girls and money. Favorite food
-T-bone steak with mush-
One of our tall, good looking
boys. Co-captain of the maga.
zine campaign in 114, Ray is
also a patrolman and a mem-
ber of Student Council. "Ra-
zor" can usually be found out
Winfield way. He was voted
most friendly boy in the class.
"Chuck" Garver's Ferry
Held up the fullback position
on our football team. Chuck
was a patrolman, president of
Room 114 his Senior year, a
member of Student Council,
Freeportian stat? and Varsity
Club. Was voted most all-
around boy of the class. Pet
peeve is empty gas tanks.
Norma Jean Macurdy
"Gert" was a member of Chor-
us, Blue and Gold Choir, Girls'
Ensemble, G.A.A., Librarians,
Freeportian Business staft and
Dramatics club. Usually seen
with Shultzie, Sylvia, and Jo.
She likes to swim and dance,
but doesn't care for work.
Edith Irene Kunkle
"Renie" Garver's Ferry
Can always be seen with Bon-
nie. lrene was chosen most
studious by her classmates.
Member of Tri-Hi-Y, Mathe-
matics Club, Yellowiacket staff,
Freeportian Business staff and
treasurer of Room 111. Likes
target shooting and horseback
Chosen most musically inclined,
Diane has been active in Chor-
us, Blue and Gold Choir, Girls'
Ensemble, Band, Orchestra and
Dance Band. She likes music of
all kinds and possesses a very
good alto voice. Dancing and
skating are among her favorite
Our class comedian. Terry was
in Band, Hi-Y, Chorus, and
Blue and Gold Choir. Can
usually be found looting at
Petri's. Says he hates to wear
a white shirt. Favorite foods-
steak and French fries.
One of Mr. Empfield's Consum-
er Math Class brains??? En-
ioys going to Army Reserve
meetings every Monday night.
"Max" says he has trouble with
blondes. Favorite food-co-
coanut cream pie with whipped
Another one of the Varsity
squad, Paul held down the
position of guard. Claims he
likes brunettes from Har-Brack
His pet peeve is Mr. Wadding's
Algebra ll class. Favorite food
"Big Bill" Clinton
One of our class brains, "Big
Bill" has been a member of the
Science Club 'For three years.
Will someday be a radio and
television repairman. Always
has a smile for everyone. ls
happy when he has a hambur-
ger and a Pepsi.
"Coral Al" Shrader's Grove
Al works hard as a stage hand
to prepare the stage for all as-
semblies. Can usually be seen
in his "Merc." Pet peeve-de-
livering papers. His favorite
food is "pigs in the blanket."
Will be remembered for his apt
portrayal of Mr. Hoffman, the
banker, in the Junior Class
play. Active in Varsity Club,
he also played basketball and
was a manager of the 'football
team. "Noodles" will eat any-
thing except the kitchen sink.
Another one of the Varsity
squad, Jim's activities also in-
clude swimming and hunting.
Likes sports of all kinds. "Dig-
ger" claims that his pet peeve
is someone staring at him. Fa.
Can usually be seen at Leo's.
Says his pet peeve is noise in
study hall while he is trying to
sleep. He enioys working on
cars. Favorite food-good old
American apple pie.
MERRILL E. MYERS
Known and liked by all. "Pun-
ta" is a member of Chorus,
Blue 8- Gold Choir, Boys' En-
semble, Freeportian Business
Stott, Senior play cast and the
president of the Dramatics
Club. His likes include girls,
bermuda shorts, and Ford con-
He may be little but he's dyna-
mite. Hard-working member
of the football team, baseball
team, Varsity Club and chorus.
Says he would rather be swim-
ming than doing homework,
Favorite food-southern fried
Came to us in his Junior year
from Har Brack. He says that
his main interest lies in cus-
tomizing and painting cars.
Can't wait for eighth period
Physics class to roll around
each day. Favorite 'foods-
pizza, chocolate cake and pie.
Came to us her Senior year
from Baden. One of our quiet-
er girls. "Beezy" likes to swim
and play badminton. Says her
favorite subject is literature.
Favorite food- ice cream.
CHARLES BERTON PlATT
Voted most dependable in the
class. Very capable co-captain
of our football team. Says he
dislikes chemistry class and
school during hunting season.
Bert is also a member of Vore
sity Club, Student Council, and
hall patrol. Pet peeve-loud
MONA JEAN PRAGER
Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Jr. and Sr. Class plays, Drama
Club, Color Guard, Yellowiacket
Staff, Freeportian Business Stott,
Librarian, and Student secretary
are among her many activities.
Says she dislikes the smell of
the Biology room. Pet peeve-
men drivers. Likes swimming
and eating. Mona was one of
our football queen candidates.
Our star end -:luring the '56
football season. Voted most
mischievous Senior by his class-
mates, he really lives up to the
title. Usually seen with "Noo-
dles" and "Rez", Favorite food
"Squirrel" Butler Junction
Pride of B. J. when it comes to
football and basketball. Says
he dislikes anybody who beats
our football team. Another
one of our outdoorsmen. Could
eat a chicken or steak dinner
anytime. Pet peeve - wise
Usually seen with Ted. Henry
has been a member of the Hi-Y
for three years and was also in
the Sportsman's Club. Staunch
member of the stage crew.
"Bud" says he dislikes sight-
RUTH ANN PRAGER
"Ruth Ann" lucesco
One of the quieter girls of our
class, Ruth Ann can usually be
seen with Alice. She is o Li-
brarian, Student Secretary,
member of the Tri-Hi-Y and a
dependable usher. Favorite
dish-spaghetti, Dislikes Eng-
"Samba" New Kensington
Always has a witty remark for
everyone. She is a student sec-
retary and a member of the
Senior Tri-Hi-Y. Pet peeve-
homework. Likes skating at
Melwood and all her balcony
study halls. Favorite food-
Active in Tri-Hi-Y, Chorus, Fu-
ture Homemakers of America
and Librarians. Pet peeve-
busy telephones. Likes sports
and music. Claims she dislikes
English class. Favorite food-
Shirley Ann Rodgers
Has a special liking for '5l
Fords. Her activities include
Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club, Future Home-
makers of America, and Librar-
ians. French fries are her fav-
orite food. Says she dislikes
homework. Pet peeve-busy
One of our tall, good-looking
basketball p l a y e r s. "Rez"
claims he likes playing pool
and reading Mickie Spillane
books. Voted neatest Senior
boy in the class. Usually seen
with "Noodles" and Pesci.
Favorite foods are corn-on-the.
cob and pumpkin pie.
One of the tall quiet boys of
the class. His activities include
the Sportsman's club and Fu-
ture Farmers of America. Likes
football, popular music and
girls. Pet peeve-complaining
elders. Favorite food-home-
"Nancy" Shuster Heights
Nancy's interests are centered
around Terry. She participated
in Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Girls' Ensemble, and G.A.A.
Favorite food-steamed crabs.
Pet peeve-sarcastic teachers.
One of the better artists in the
This cute lass has quite a list
of activities-G.A.A., Freepor-
tian Business Staff, Maiorette,
treasurer of Room l'I3, Student
Council, Patrolman, Tri-Hi-Y,
Yellowiacket Stott, and Librar-
ian. Sue was voted most ath-
letic girl in the class and was
a candidate for football queen.
Nancy Jo Sample
"Simp" was chosen neatest girl
in the class. Active in chorus,
Blue and Gold Choir, Girls' En-
semble, Yellowiacket Staft, Fre-
portian Business Staff, secretary
of Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, pa-
trolrnan, co-captain of maga-
zine campaign, and secretary
at Room ill. Likes dancing
and Fats Domino records.
"Sclloony" New Kensington
"Schoony's" pet peeve is Mr.
Parry's sixth period P.O.D.
class. Active in the Art Club,
and co-captain of the maga-
zine campaign in 114. Usually
found on Franklin Street. Fav-
orite drink is milk.
Chosen most mischievous Senior
girl by her classmates. Member
of the Chorus, Yellowiacket
staff, Freeportian Business staff,
Tri-Hi-Y and Dramatics Club.
Pet peeve-schoolwork. Says
she likes all sports, dancing,
and driving cars. Dislikes
people in bad moods.
A constant companion of Buck-
wheat. Homework and balcony
study halls are his main dis-
iikes. Ed's idea of a good meal
is roast beef, potatoes and
gravy. When not hunting or
fishing, he enioys reading.
"Duchess" Slate Lick
Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club, Freeportian
Business statt, Librarian, Chorus
and Dramatics Club are her
many activities. Pet peeve-
pests. Favorite food is hoagies.
L.kes dancing, skating and be-
ing with Bill.
Voted most ambitious girl in
the Senior Class. Lucille's many
activities include Editor of the
Yellowiacket, Chorus, Blue and
Gold Choir, and Girls' ensem-
ble. Pet peeve-men drivers.
Says she dislikes writing Eng-
lish themes. Favorite food-
Besides being star guard on the
football team, Gary was Presi-
dent of Room lil, member of
Student Council, and Varsity
Club. Claims his pet peeve is
taking notes. Never quiet,
"Sherbie" likes sports cars and
loud mumers. Favorite food-
Most all-around Senior girl.
Unforgettable as "Ginger" in
the Junior Class Play. Member
o J orus, Blu d Gold
, Gir ' mble, Free-
por. a , Yellowiacket staff,
Tri-N I-Y. Pet peeve-impolite
pe lle. Says she likes eating,
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Helen Diane Sims
Usually seen with "Jo" and
Janet. Active in Future Home-
makers of America, Ushers
Club, and Geography Club.
Dislikes mean teachers. Says
she likes riding in speed boats
and convertibles. Favorite food
Energetic and capable President
of the Student Council. Voted
most popular Senior boy. Sports
editor of the Yellowiacket, Co-
business manager of the Free-
portian, Patrolman, Junior and
Senior play casts, and member
of the Varsity Club. Favorite
"Jo" has participated in the
Chorus, Blue and Gold Choir,
Girls' Ensemble, Future Home-
makers of America and the
French Club. Pet peeve-catty
people. Likes boys, dancing
and convertibles. Favorite food
Carol Marlene Spencer
"Spence" likes to swim and
skate. Active member of the
Future Homemakers of America
Club and the Chorus. Favorite
food-spaghetti and French
tries. Claims she dislikes
dancing. Pet peeve-inconsid-
Fran and Fearby are her con-
stant companions. Smiley was
a member of Chorus, Dramatics
Club, Future Homemakers of
America and a librarian. Pet
peeve-teachers who don't like
chewing gum. Favorite food-
Kenneth W. Smith
"Smitty's" black Chevy is his
trademark. Says he likes to go
hunting when he isn't busy
working on his dad's farm. Pet
peeve-Math. Favorite food-
chili. Ken says he can't stand
Along with "Big Bill", "Solly"
holds up the male population
of 'l'l3. Active president of the
Science Club, Ron likes hunting
and fishing. Says he dislikes
those who play the "hero"
role. Favorite food-stuffed
Active in football, basketball,
track, Varsity Club and Hi-Y.
Jerry is one of the few who will
hate to graduate. Likes music,
sports, cars and chemistry class.
Favorite food - steak. Pet
Assistant editor of the Freepor-
tian. She also participated in
the Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Yellow-
iacket staff, G.A.A. and Li-
brarians. "Jo" says she likes
dancing, eating and talking.
Favorite food-chicken. She
was also our capable student
director for the Senior play.
Richard G. Trefelner
"Dick" can be seen in his hot
blue Plymouth coupe. Doesn't
like to see people wearing ber-
mudas. Cars, money, baseball
and basketball are his likes.
Pet peeve-women. His favor-
ite foods are crisp french fries
"Buckwheat" was on active
member of the Science Club
and Hi-Y. Don has been a
loyal member of the Boy Scouts
for years and enioys it very
Will always be remembered for
her beautiful red hair. Her pet
peeve is crowded halls. Active
in Tri-Hi-Y and F.H.A. She was
a member of the Yellowiacket
staff and the Freeportian Busi-
ness staff. Dislikes tight levis.
Bonnie, one of the better artists
of the class, is always busy
working. Her activities include
French Club, Math Club, Free-
portian staff, Yellowiacket stafi,
Librarian, and prop girl for the
band. Her main dislikes are
Oral English and show-ois.
Favorite foods are french fries
and pumpkin pie.
"Jock" is one of the boys whc'
has an aversion to assignments.
He likes baseball and football
games. Usually seen with
"Max". Favorite food is oys-
ters. Claims he dislikes math
of all kinds.
"Fran" has participated in Cho-
rus, Tri-Hi-Y, Future Homemak-
ers of America and has been a
Librarian. She enioys football,
basketball, and swimming. Pet
peeve-homework. Her favor-
ite food is french fries.
Voted most bashful girl in the
Senior Class. Marchie has been
a member of Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y
and the Future Homemakers of
America. In the line of food,
Marchie chooses hot dogs,
french fries, and chocolate
"Buzz" can be found either
driving his Mercury or out at
"Leo's". Member of Hi-Y and
Sportsman's Club. Says he
likes girls and square dancing.
Earl can usually be seen riding
around in his hot Plymouth.
Member of the Future Farmers
of America. One of the many
boys who dislikes Bermuda
shorts. Favorite food-spa-
ghetti. likes girls from Butler.
Another of the boys who dis-
likes Bermuda shorts. Smoke
likes sleeping, cars, and the
old favorite, money. His favor-
ite food is steak. His main dis-
like is homework.
Ralph Flemm leaves his beloved seat in assembly to Melvin
Last Will and Testament
We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and titty-seven, residing in and around the metropolis of Freeport and being
of sound mind and body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. Being possessed with an abundance
of unusual gifts which can be very useful to those who will try to till our honorable places, we will now bestow to those less
fortunate than we, these rare gifts.
I. To the Junior class we leave the almost impossible task of measuring up to the Class of '57.
ll. To the Sophomores we leave our great school spirit.
III. To the Freshmen we leave the wonderful experience of being Seniors.
IV. To Miss Marietti, our yearbook sponsor, we leave our thanks for the time and effort she put forth.
V. To Coach Karrs and Coach Parry, we leave our appreciation for making this a memorable year for sports.
VI. To our Senior sponsors, we leave our thanks 'For guiding us along in our most important year.
VII. To the remaining faculty we leave, knowing that your elforts have helped us to become better citizens and
VIII. Now, sadly, we leave.
IX. Each Senior leaves the following:
Don Altman leaves his athletic ability to Squirrel McGuire.
lon Babinsack leaves his truck to anyone who would like a red
truck to loaf around in.
Jean Baker leaves her longing for holidays to Mr. Karl.
Steve Behrick leaves his love of school to Lynn Westenclorf.
Mary Alys Bennett leaves her seriousness to Drucilla Negley.
Carol Berger leaves all her cheeseclath to Mr. Wadding.
Don Blystone leaves his flashy shirts to Bill Skiles.
Richard Borrison leaves his position as President of the Senipr
Class to anyone who likes to work.
Dick Bowser leaves his love of Olives to somebne with a lot of
Pete Bowser leaves his long walk up the Pike to Frank Lewan-
Steve Brestensky leaves his height to the Wonderling twins.
Rich Carbonetti leaves his lost year of football to John Sikora.
Elvera Daquilante leaves her lpana smile to Arlene Wilson.
Ray Dempster leaves his artistic talent to Dick Swank.
Betty Dempster leaves her pots and pans in FHA to Janella
Wanda Dolmayer leaves her Senior Yellowiacket column to
Sandy Dauthett leaves and takes with her the title of 1956
Mary Jane Durci leaves her pretty hair to Barbara McCaFferty.
Norma Ehrman leaves her personality to Mona .lean Betush.
Janet Eshenbaugh leaves her love of gab to Barbara Noble.
Tom Fair leaves, but still remembers Pat.
Theresa Fantino leaves-to get married.
Frankie Fester leaves her boy-friend troubles to Kathy Keebler.
Janet Fleck leaves her iob in the library to Betty Coller.
Gib Carson leaves his dancing steps to Ray Thorpe.
Andy Check leaves his love for the stage crew to David Prager.
Ken Calwell leaves the teachers frustrated.
Peggy Conti leaves her iob as Editor of the Freeportian to any-
one who likes to eat dry sandwiches.
laura Craig leaves her giggling ability to Nancy Latini.
Terry Craig leaves his position as center on the football team
to Gary Truver.
Jo Ann Frantz leaves her love for Kittanning High School to
Alfred Gaillot leaves his trapping ability of animals to Darrell
Jerry Gaiser leaves his ability to be "Johnny on the Spot" to
Last Will and Testament
Pat Gallagher leaves her work in the ofiice to Carol Roenigk.
Richard Geer leaves his pleasant memories to someone worthy
Robert Gorog leaves his hunting ability to any Junior who is
willing to get up at 5 in the morning.
Carl Hamilton leaves his love of Business Law class to any un-
Mike Harrigan leaves his title of "Best Looking" to next year's
Sandy Haven leaves her position as Head Maiorette, but takes
her baton with her.
Robert Henshel leaves his grades to anyone who wants them.
Paul Hill leaves and takes his baseball equipment with him.
Lana Huey leaves her brains to anyone who needs them.
Myron Humes leaves his blonde hair to John Falkner.
Alan lseman leaves his Mercury to a hot-rod fan.
Rita Jack leaves her smart appearance to Judy Borrison.
Jackie James leaves her position as cheerleader io Lynette
Marilyn Johnston leaves her pleasant disposition to Charlotte
Larry Keener leaves his quiet manner to Tom James.
Ted Kiiovvslri leaves his airplane to someone who likes to fly.
Bob Kuhns leaves his curly hair to Ron Elcock.
Martha Kuhns leaves her seat in the Academic English Class to
Gary Kunish leaves his crew cut to Roger Kronberg.
lrene Kunkle leaves the driver's training car without wrecking
Ray Lassinger leaves his boxing ability to anyone who has
enough money to buy beefsteaks.
Diane Laulfer leaves her place in the band to Joan Coleman.
Chuck lowers leaves his ability to charm the girls to any other
Romeo who thinks he can fill his shoes.
Terry Lowers leaves-a sigh of relief is heard from the teachers.
Norma Macurdy leaves her never-ending energy to Elaine Sher-
Richard Markwell leaves the long trail home to his sister.
Paul McCullough leaves his desk in 114 tin 4 piecesl to a lucky
Jim Metz leaves his football helmet to John Polliclt. Wear it
Bill Miller leaves his typewriter in 'fair condition.
Harry Montgomery leaves his French notebook to Carol Frantz.
Al Morrison leaves his pleasant smile to Bob Fair.
Ed Myers leaves his singing ability to Elvis Presley iwithout
Bill Noble leaves his rare sense of humor to Dennis Gretz.
Sylvester Palko iust tries to leave quietly.
Jim Patrick leaves his personality to Archie Roudybush.
Sylvia Pavlik leaves her knowledge of Latin to Sammy Lucas.
Dick Pesci leaves Que-Ball to carry on the family name in foot-
Beatrice Petrulevich leaves her seat in Algebra II to anyone
brave enough to take it.
Emilio Pieropan leaves his boasting of B. J. to Wally Rico.
Bert Platt leaves his love of fishing to Sandy Hotham. ,
Henry Porter iust leaves and takes his belongings with him.
Mena Jean Prager leaves her love of arguing with the teachers
to anyone brave enough to try it. N
Ruth Ann Prager leaves her friendliness to Wanda Haidlu-
Betty Pyska leaves and takes the name of Sambo with her.
Bill Renshaw leaves his "hot Chevy" to Jim Ralston.
Nancy Rieck leaves her basketball skill to Johnine Alquist.
Marian Ridley leaves her position as Student Secretary to any'
one willing to work her fingers to the bone.
Shirley Rodgers leaves her quietness to anyone who wants to
get a lot done.
Sue Rogers leaves and takes with her many memories of all
her P. J. parties.
Donna Ruggeri leaves her position as Head Cheerleader to
some worthy Junior.
Jim Rzeszotarski leaves his basketball position to some tall
Nancy Jo Sample leaves her tinyness to Judy Mitchell.
Larry Schoonmaker leaves Judy all alone.
Lucille Schwietering leaves the Yellow Jacket to Ann Hessel-
Carol Shalfer leaves her wad of chewing gum under her chair
in the typing room.
Earl Sheerbaum leaves his love of speech to Bill Gaiser.
Gary Sherrieb leaves and takes all he can with him.
Ed Shirey leaves his lab equipment to a lucky Junior.
Linda Shultz refuses to part with her neat hair and pixie smile.
Janice Simcik leaves her letter-writing ability to Peggy Fiscus.
Diane Sims leaves her demure manner to Carol Gallagher.
Don Skiles leaves his many activities to Richard Kaufmann.
Ken Smith leaves and breathes a sigh of relief.
Jim Smock leaves his love of study halls to Rolland Sherrieb.
Josephine Sobolewski leaves her long hikes to Laneville to any-
one who likes to walk.
Ron Salomon leaves, wondering how he made it.
Carol Spencer leaves her love of the Navy to Norrine Car-
Jerry Spindler leaves his songs to anyone who likes to sing.
Alice Swank leaves her friendly smile to Shirley Burd.
Joanne Toy leaves her love of roaming the halls to Beverly
Dick Trefelner leaves his helpfulness to Guy Conti.
Jack Uptegraph leaves to find some place nice and quiet.
Donald Wagner leaves while the Chemistry Room is still in
Frances Ward leaves her ability to be seen and not heard to
Marchie Whitehair leaves her bashfulness to Donna Seitam.
Fearby Williams leaves her red hair to Lorraine Bernard.
Bonnie Younkins leaves her seat in French Class to anyone
brave enough to take French.
With our last parting breath, we do hereby constitute and appoint the Principal of the aforementioned school sole execu-
tor of this, Our Will and Testament.
This Will is signed, sealed, published, and declared valid by the above-named Class of Nlrlefvefl Hundred Und Fifty-
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We see "Ace" has made his name
He's in baseball's Hall of Fame
You will see Lon Babinsack
Riding 'round town in his Cadillac
Jean's fondest dream has now come true
She's wife of the coach of Podunk U.
Steve is cautious, won't trust stocks
He stashes his money in old Fort Knox
MARY ALYS BENNETT
We see Mary at the county fairs
Winning all prizes with her wares
Now Carol's head nurse at Walter Reed
And all the soldiers she does feed
A Hollywood Director is Don Blystone
His Oscar winners are all well known
"Doc" is famous, we are told
He found a cure for the common cold
A matinee idol is George so handsome
Tickets to his plays cost a king's ransom
An officer in the Navy is our Pete
He's in command of the 7th fleet
As a psychiatrist we see Steve
Just go to him with your pet peeve
Behind a big desk is Rich Carbonetti
Now he's president of Vimco Spaghetti
Gib's a coach of great technique
His team is one that's hard to beat
As a mechanic, Mr. Check is tops
.lust call his Garage if your cor stops
Ken as an inventor is doing quite well
He's made a mousetrap that's sure to sell
Peggy's classes in division
Are brought to you on television
An interesting occupation is Laura Craig's
She makes colored dyes for Easter eggs
Terry's voice is on the air
Singing of his furnaces beyond compare
A loving housewife Elvera will be
Making pot roasts, coffee, and tea
Class of 1957
With a spoon in her hand and cooking
At home economics Betty will get
A Kroger manager now is Ray
He still works hard both night and day
A Red Cross nurse with a gentle hand
Wanda travels from land to land
An airline hostess is our Sandy
When the passengers need her she's
MARY JANE DURCI
Mary Jane carves statues out of wood
The critics all say she's exceptionally good
As a cover girl on Look Magazine
Norma's face will this month be seen
ln a cottage not far from town
Janet will someday settle down
Tom's the leader of a famous band
Playing his trumpet through all the land
Dusting furniture, brewing tea
Tess as a housewife we do see
Frankie's name is known to all
She's more famous than Lucille Ball
At the Old Freeport Bank is Janet Fleck
She will gladly cash your check
Ralph is now a very rich man
Making money from his pizza stand
JO ANN FRANTZ
At Arthur Murray's we find Jo Frantz
Teaching the fellas how to dance
Alfred is a forest ranger
Keeping the hunters out of danger
A successful farmer is our Jerry
He's the manager of Menzie's Dairy
Patty is now the singing rage
She sells more records than Patti Page
Building bridges is Richard Geer
He has become a famous engineer
A busy man our Bob will be
Helping to stock the fishery
With his voice and electric guitar
As a hillbilly singer Carl's gone far
We see Mike with his shamrock so gay
Leading the parade on St. Patrick's Day
She's the high stepping twirler of the
Sandy has been proclaimed the best
in the land
When your car needs a differential
The man to call is our Bob Henschel
In a drugstore we find
Mixing prescriptions with the greatest
A lady scientist Lana will be
She'll become greater than Madame Curie
Myron's as busy as he can be
Teaching our children their chemistry
Alan is still an ambitious man
Selling insurance to every Tom, Dick,
We see Rita in the latest creation
Now she's the best dressed in the nation -
At the top of the list of Hollywood names
ls the famous star Miss Jackie James
Mari'yn is a pianist of great renown
Her concerts are the talk of the town
A successful man is Larry Keener
He owns a "While-You-Wait" dry cleaner
Like a iet soaring through space
Ted's plane is first in every race
Bob is a classmate of whom we can boast
His hotels are known from coast to coast
A star on radio is Martha Kuhns
Singing all your favorite tunes
l.et's give Gary a great big hand
For playing solos in Tom Fair's band
Into politics Irene went
She's slated to be a lady president
Ray's on Wall Street, doing well
U. S. Steel Stocks he does sell
Here is Diane, a musical lass
Seen at the Met through an opera glass
Chuck, a prominent coach at Notre Dame
Now has gained fortune along with fame
Salesman Terry speaks with ease
Selling hives to homeless bees
From washing cars for the Tri-Hi-Y
Gert has a business you can't buy
An unpopular fella is poor Max
'Cause he collects our income tax
Paul will own a chain of stations
Filling the gas need of the nations
A famous shop owner is Jim Metz
He specializes in expensive pets
A mighty wrestler is Bill Miller
On teevee he's known as "Killer"
Harry will be a CPA
Always working night and day
We see Al down in Kentucky
The horses he rides are always lucky
As an engineer Ed is terrific
He built a bridge across the Pacific
As basketball coach, Bill cracks the whip
And always gets the championship
Dependable and hardworking is Sylvester
He's really terrific as a mattress tester
King of the Speedway we see Jim
Many trophies have come to him
Sylvia's profession is teaching gym
This keeps her looking healthy and trim
Dick's a hero to all the kids
He kraught the circus back from the skids
You will always see our Bea
Hostess at a literary tea
Squirrel's the distinguished mayor of B. J.
He loved it so much he couldn't go away
Wearing striped shirts and getting big fees
Bert's now in charge of football referees
Class of I 957
We see Henry still is fixin'
Scenery for the stage at the Nixon
MONA JEAN PRAGER
This girl has received much praise
Now she's greater than Helen Hayes
RUTH ANN PRAGER
Typing letters, filing reports
Ruth Ann is secretary to a man in sports
BETTY PYSKA '
Betty works with the greatest of ease
She's the girl who says "Number, Please?"
While plowing a field on his farm so fine
Bill discovered a uranium mine
An efficient secretary is Miss Ridley
She answers fan mail for "Bo Didley"
An FBI agent quite fancy
FHS can boost of Nancy
Typing baseball contracts is
She is secretary for the
Sue's sweet smile has made her glad
Yau'll see her in the Pepsodent ad
A very fine secretary Donna will be
Taking dictation from her boss's knee
Rez is really on the beam
Playing basketball for a professional team
NANCY JO SAMPLE
Nancy Jo as a nurse we see
Caring for each patient tenderly
That deep-sea diver is a guy named Earl
He's the discoverer of the Sheerbaum Pearl
Propped at a drawing board we find Larry
Drawing cartoons both funny and scary
Lucille has shown she's very wise
Her latest book won the Pulitzer Prize
Shafter's known throughout the land
Her fountain pens are in great demand
A professional golfer Sir Gary will be
He's already a sensation on every tee
Ed is skilled at handling groups
He's the commander of the NATO troops
Working at Gimbels we see Linda
Arranging mannequins in the window
A ski instructor Janice will be
At a famous lodge near Lake Erie
Diane Sims is efficient and sweet
As a secretary she can't be beat
We see Don with an old guitar
Replacing "Elvis" as a singing star
Lots of viewers wouldn't miss Smitty
On his television show he's really witty
Working hard you'll find Jim Smack
Unloading bananas at the Jamaica Dock
Her Home Ec course in nutrition
Led .lo to be a dietitian
As a trafic cop, we often see Solly
Handing out tickets with a smile so iolly
Carol travels all over the nation
As president of the Homemakers Association
A well-known attorney is Jerry Spindler
He's tops for convicting crooks and swindlers
ln New York we see Alice
As usherette at the Palace
As a secretary Joanne's a sensation
She types reports for the United Nations
The Freeport Journal is Dick's life and pride
Since he became editor, it's read
far and wide
Don is bravely fighting forest fires
Of this iob he'll never tire
ln a beauty shop Fran fixes hair
To every customer she gives great care
When out driving we'll have to stop
At Marchie Whitehair's Antique Shop
Her fancy cakes and delicious pies
Make Fearby the girl men idolize
We see Bonnie in a Foreign Land
As a foreign correspondent she's
President . , ,, Gary Truver
Vice President . . . Robert Colwell
Secretary . , Ann Hesselgesser
Treasurer , .. Charlotte Young
Assistant Treasurer , . Maxie Busatto
Class of l958
Rowl: M. Herold, E. Shernock, J. Beers, E. Keener, M. Busatto, S. Grafton, E. Smock, N, Metzler, M.
Miulki, S. Kunselman, J. Bennett. Rowll: Mr. Empfield, B. Collier, M, Claypool, C. Allison, C. Young,
R. Elcock, C. McGuire, R. Cline. Row III: J. Pollick, J. Foster, J. Dynko, M. Van Tine, A. Wilson, J. Stitt,
J. Falkner, L. Westendorf, A. Hesselgesser, B. Hale. Row IV: D, Zunetti, D. Johnson, A. James, G. Truver
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President Darrell Kuntz
Vice President James Blair
Secretary Ellen Bailey
Treasurer Judy Borrison
Row I: H. Nile, B. Thalman, D. Negley, P. Durst, M. Thompson, C. Kress, P. Lewandowski, G, Mark
well, L. Brant, D. Crain. Row ll: R. Micholas, C. Brestensky, L. Frantz, E. Kijowski, C. George, B
Keesy, J. Smith, P. Morrison, K. Claypool, C. Gamble, E. Pollick, Mr. Devine. Row Ill: E. Bailey
J. Harrigan, M. Sfnith, W. Haidukiewicz, D, Dudley, A. Balentine, M. Ruggeri, R. Kaufman, W
Zema, F. Reifinger, E. Campbell. Row IV: J. Blair, J. Trimpey, J. Bouch, N. Allenberg, G. Howard
W D. Rowley, S. Chapman, M. Olczak, D. Scott, T. Sober.
Row I: B. Kunkle, P. Trettle, C. Brown, J. Robinson, C, McCullough, P. Hoak, M. Dougherty, J. Thompson,
B. Ranieri, C. Hartman. Row ll: Mr. Wadding, D. Pratley, T. Shoop, S. Baker, C. Hawkins, J. Clark, M.
Betush, C, Babinsack, J. lseman, E. Wagner, J. Wissinger. Rowlllz R. Costantino, K. Cravener, R. Kur-
ticnk, G. Crain, M. Oyler, C. Gallagher, S. Grant, N. Schnur, B. Feller, C. Kress, M. Check. Row IV: F.
Hill, J. McLaughlin, J. Stewart, D. Gretz, J, lsenberg, J. Collins, S. Lucas, R. Scheitle, C, VanTine, G.
Edwards, R. Dynka, W. Montgomery,
Class of 1959
Row I: D. Beers, M. Heirn, R. Baker, I. Hollenbauglw, J. Simcik, E. Porier, D. Harbison, I. Stacy, H. Schmid!
S. Szhmidl, Row II: S, Duerr, J. Humes, K. Bowser, P, Cherman, G. Nales, B. Miller, F. Kunkle, M. Vorp
E. Galbreaih, R. Jorden, M. Stull, E. Young, Mr. Dolmayer. Row III: l. Simpson, R. Thorpe, D. Kunlz, J
Borrisan, R. Fair, D. McClure, G. Buechner, L. Scalzofi, G. Hill, S. Wolfe. Row IV: D. Bulford, E. Cline, C
Franlz, W. Ainer, B. Marshall, D, Lucas, H. Brothers, E. Boltegal, R. Kepple, S. Yates, J. Shaffer.
Row I: J. Lucas, M. Kubla, C. Johnsfon, M. Edwards, F. Curfman, C. Hill, M. Hagar, T. Palko, F. Wonder-
ling, I., Wonderling. Row II: J. Canlerna, R. Wilken, T. Kulas, W. Villello, D. Still, K. Levish, S. Lysek, S.
Burd, J. Hines, C. Allemus, Mrs, Podrasky. Row III: P. Beale, H. Humes, J. Durci, W, Ruflner, E. Babinsack,
R. Hanna, J. Burkett, K. Hogan, B. McCaFferty, J. Coleman, E. Smack. Row IV: R. Noble, R. Shoemaker,
R. Laux, E. Laux, E. Toy, D. Prager, J. Rico, M. Dilick, W. Gaiser, D. Klinzing, G. Kepple, A. Bricker.
Class of 1960
Rowley, C. Laux, A. Fennell, D. Skiles, P. Prola, J. Rulifner, J. Pallco, L. Humes, C. Thal
Willoughby, K. Shearer, S. Acre, H. Dougherty, V. McDermott, J. Hamilton, S. Hessel
Tennant, R. Stokes, D. Bowser. Row Ill: G. Bogen, H, Coller, E. Christie, T. Roeniglc
Row I: K. Blair, P.
man. Row II: Mr.
gesser, M. Pesci, P.
C. Thorpe, J. Hrebicik, G. Clark, S. Coyle, N. Wagner, D. DeSalvo. Row IV: T. James, J, Mast, D. Elder.
G. Martin, J. Babinsack, J. Galbreath, D. Bertino, J. Baker, J. Myers.
Row I: P. Rassau, D. Mast, D. Hood, E. Smith, C. Knize, C. Wilkewitz, W. Kiesel, B. Alvino, C. Dempster,
J. Simcik. Row Il: Mrs. MacCord, D. Rumbaugh, N. Petrulevich, D. Beatty, J. Atkinson, B. Jones, P. Adams,
K. Keener, T. Vakulick, J. Young, J. Kettering. Row III: R. Wagner, R. Vild, J. Fleming, J. McNeal, B
Lucas, E. Berry, L. Hill, S. Cribbs, W. McAninch, D. Obringer, S. Hill. Row IV: R. Beckett, M. Healey, L
Peters, R. Brozenick, V. Rutkoski, R. Schweitzer, D. Stover, B. Galbreath, G. Conti, G. Kuntz, H. Leah
President Gene Sobolewski V
Vice President Guy Conti ul
Secretory Scilly Brant
Treosurer Tom Vokulick
Row I: R. Donnelly, J. Buchan, G. Russell, E. Rouclybush, G. Kelly, C. Kuntz, H. Lewczndowski, K
Hutton, J. Shiiey,
binson, A. Recuick
J. Booher, D. Grut
E. Sobolewski, A.
Boker, D. Fuhrmcm
J. Cooper. Row Il: Mrs. Drumm, K. Stover, R. Mortinetti, B. O'Molley, M. Har-
, D, McClure, G. Thompson, R. Pastorek, L. Beck, L. Anderson. Row Ill: T. Dole, .
zer, S. Hines, J. Durst, M. Klues, S. Brant, J. Bicker, C. Lucas, P. Parker. Row IV
Higgens, B, Clczypool, D. Elsenroth, R. Pomoybo, W. Wolters, L. Rzeszotolrski, R
Rowl: L. Cruiser, M. Cline, B. Overbeck, J. Bclbinsuck, M. Zimmerman, D. Van Dyke, D. Moon, R, Porter,
T. Shoot, M. Stull. Row Il: Mr. Lehew, R, Wetzel, J. Kelley, S. Thompson, D. Bottles, H. Felsing, S. Brant
C. Dougherty, D. Rickel, A. Leoni, B, Wagner. Row III: P. Harding, J. Costclntino, B. Pesci, J. Dunik, T.
Jumes, D. Lowers, J. Stewart, S, Beale, D. Losko, P. Rykcxceski, E. Hill. Row IV: W. Elcxsh, D. Woodard
43 W. Bicker, B. Schweitering, B. Hogan, B, McCreery, T. Klinzing, C. Grondwolski, J. Lucas, J. Beck.
Row I: D. Leslie, L. Armstrong, S. Har
grave, T. Thompson, L. Chapman, J, Hep
ler, J. Regan, M. Brant, L. Risch, W. Smoclc
Row II: Mr, Bendl, L. Cloutmon, F. Baker
C. Schreclcengost, L. Busatto, C. Hay, T
Beale, J. Knize, C. Johnston, B. Penvose
J. Anderson. Row III: N. Munden, S
Clark, J. Gray, P, Craig, R. VanTine, L
McChesney, E. Kelly, K. Lucas, S. McCurdy
M. McGregor. Row IV: S. Gonss, J. Otter
man, G. Smith, K. Lysek, G. Miller, J. Ster
ling, C, Frantz, J. Brown, R. Noble, G
Crytzer, S. Edgington, B. Durci.
Rowlz B. Woods, P. Mi:Milien, B. Durst
J. McClain, H. Myers, N. Price, N. Knize
D. Harting, P. Hartman, R. Bricker. Row II
Mrs. Brown, B. Bouch, J. Pavlilc, L. An-
thony, J. Smith, K. McGuire, M. Ballon, P
Hoover, D. Fennell, G. Burd, H. Harbison
Rowlllz I. Hazlett, J. Uleski, D. Check
A. Claypoole, B. Atchison, C. Smith, D
Hilliard, J. Hoggart, J. Campbell, E. Ro-
miti, A. Snyder, T. Vossallo. Row IV: N
Crestani, R. Kearney, J. Keebler, G. Wil-
son, D, O'Molley, C. Conti, L. Malcolm, F
Dreher, N. Glunt, L. Sweeney, N. Frantz
Row I: W. James, L. Haught, W. Salsgiver,
D. Schmidt, T. Haggart, E. Skinner, R. Wis-
singer, D. Mason, J. Adams, W. Dough-
erty. Rowllz D. Stover, E. Toy, T. Mor-
gan, E. Livingston, J. Sproat, L. Straughn,
D. Sarver, C. Balentine, B. Lewis, G.
Rowlz L. Laux, M. Fleck, R. Puhl, R.
Myers, F. Herold, J. Hollenbaugh, L. Wag-
ner, D. McGuire, V. Durci, D. Curfmcn.
RowII: Mrs. Rupert, J. Otterman, E. .lan-
ura, B. Burfoid, J. Williamson, V. Durst,
M. Kuntz, B. Kossan, H. Mcchel, l. Hum-
phrey, C. Booher. RowIII: S, Babinsack,
E. Christy, G. Brenneman, D. Summers, R.
Klais, K. Laidlaw, L. Blackburn, D, Leri,
M. Arcurio, N. Humes, .L Galbreath, E.
Regan. Row IV: E. Betush, J. Zanetti, C.
Fester, S. Keefer, S. Henry, B. McCullough,
M, Malits, M. Craig, D. Sarver, R. Shook,
D. Gray, R. Hale.
Row 1: J. Rico, B. Gerner, T. Kiiowski, M
Chapman, Y. Busatto, C, McNeel, E. Coop
er, B. Lindsay, K. Dougherty, K. Hartman
Row 11: G, Sanner, J. Love, W. Jock, D
Buecl'lner, K. Troup, K, Wagner, D. Beckett
R. Heim, C. Hull, R. Rudish, D. Laux, D
Iseman. Row Ill: G. Babinsaclx, C, Eorley
B, Behrilc, N. Stivenson, M. Spindler, P
Montgomery, J. Allshouse, N, Parker, D
Murry, A. Galbreath. Row IV: M. Hill, A
Haven, H, Olil, R. Kepple, P, Shutters, J
Fiscus, D, Curren, B. Tcrnusclwyt, Mr. Man
Rowl: W. McKnight, M. Lindsay, V
Grimm, R, Morrison, J. McClaine, J. For
ringer, R. Daquilante, S. Harlaison, C
Armstrong, S. McFarland. Row ll: G
Shernock, T. Malkey, G. Dougherty, R
Miller, D, Barris, R. Kettering, 3. Bowser
D. Elash, Rowlllz Mr. Carlson, M, Brant
J. Baker, C. Young, E. Humes, J. Myers, J
F. Paice, S. Craig, R. Livingston, J. King
Cornman, F. Paice, S. Craig, R, Livingston
J, King, J. Hesselgesser.
Row I: P. Vassallo, T. Vorp, D. Smith, J
Seel, R. McKenna, D. Strausser, B. Eshen
baugh, S, Harrigan, B. Bennett, B. Dailey
Row II: Miss Kerr, J. Gaydos, C. Lindsay
J. Tennant, B. Healey, M. Shernock, A
Hager, T. Hoover, T. Love, H. Kelley, R
S'erling, J, Brink. Row Ill: J. Painter, L
Wolfe, J, Wichrowslci, B, Krapp, G. Kerr
D. Oyler, R. Bulford, R. Baker, J. Mohney
B. Willziewitz, R, DeSalvo, B. Hewitt
Row IV: K. Noble, K. Gaiser, J, Yates, R
Cochran, D. Ruppersberger, C. Kreider, C
Mosthaf, D. Huey, D, McClain, N. Shan
nor1, F, Kountz, D. Reariclx,
ROOMS 211 AND 212
Row I: J, Buclwan, A. Lucas, D. Simcik, E
Klaes, M. Zicncilx, D. Booher, M. Beck, B
Smoclr, S. Straugh, S. Humes, B. McCrack-
en, Row Il: Miss Mozena, M. Henschel, G
Shernock, M. Wilson, L, Buzzard, P. Sa-
botlra, D. Smith, M. Gaiser, J, Durst, K
Flemm, L, Sweeney, S. Dougherty, P. Hre-
hicln, L, McGuire, Mrs. Lehew.
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Row l: D. Dudley, C. Kress, E. Galbreath, P. Tennant, K. Hutton, J. Daniln, P. Hoover, D. Gray, B. Hale, L. Laux, L. Sweeney, J.
Hamilton. Row Il: J. Coleman, G. Howard, D. Montgomery, J. McNeal, J. Stitt, L. Haugl-it, G. Burd, F. Herald, J. Otterman,
C. Hartman, B. Kossan, E. Cooper. Row III: A. Bowser, R. Kauffman, J. Keebler, L. Malcolm, A. Bricker, R. Stokes, J. Otter-
man, B. Kropp, J. Smith, D. Lauffer, R. Noble, J. Himes. Row IV: E. Sober, C. Lindsay, L. Lowers, J. Kelley, S. Babinsaclx, B.
Tamauschyt, M. Craig, G. Kerr, D. Oyler, O. Claypool, S. Keefer.
The director cf our Instrumental Music De-
partment, Mr. Thomas Kennedy, has built up, in
two years, a musical organization any school
would be proud ot. Mr. Kennedy has always
maintained that hard work, good discipline, and
interesting material pay the dividends ofa good
musical group. Our band and other instrumen-
f tal groups have certainly upheld this maxim.
Mr. Thomas Kennedy
Instrumental Music Supervisor
Row I: N. Schnur, D. Bulford, A. Galbreath, J. Smith, E.
Galbreath. Rowll: G. Bowser, V. Kossen, B. Wagner,
P. Riley, C. Kress. Row Ill: M. Oyler, T. Hoover, D. lse
man. Row IV: I. Humphrey, R. Noble, R. Shoemaker,
C olor Guard
Mona Jean Prager
The Instrumental Music Department at Free-
port, has, in reality, four divisions. These are
the Senior Band, Junior Band, Dance Band, and
The Senior Band is the marching band at all
football games and also performs an annual
concert. The Junior Band, comprised of the 7th,
8th, and 9th grade students, has a concert also,
and some members perform in the marching
band. The Dance Band plays at social affairs
and also functions as a club. The Assembly
Band plays at all pep rallies and at any other
assemblies requiring instrumental music.
5 I 1
Rowl S Haven M Myers R Prager B McCofferty C Boblnsack J Robinson M Busofio Rowll R
Jock B Noble J Conterno S Rogers E Kllowskl J Clark P Treitle Row III L Ruffner J Thon-pson
Senror Band Personnel
Hoven Rlio Jack Terry Lowers
Sue Rogers Norma Ehrman Luna Huey Drone Louffer
Rowlz T. Lowers, M. Oyler, D. Dudley, C. Cress, L. Laux, V. Kossan, D. Lauffer, J. Myers. Row II: A.
Bowser, R. Kaufman, L. Malcum, B. Skiles, R. Stokes, B. Noble. Row Ill: D. Montgomery, J. Coalman, J.
Stitt, J. McNeal, N. Schnur, D. Smith.
5 A s
5 ' E
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Sandy Haven, Maiorette
Johnine Ahlquist, Maiorette
Allen Bowser, Trombone
Carole Kress, Clarinet
Lana Huey, Tenor Sax
Joan Coleman, Trumpet
Diane Louffer, Horn
Nancy Schnur, Flute
Betty Wagner, Clarinet
Dixie Dudley, Clarinet
Ron Shoemaker, Alto Sax
Jim Kelly, Drum
Ernie Sober, Drum
George Howard, Trumpet
Dennis Montgomery, Trumpet
Ron Noble, Horn
Richard Kauffman, Trombone
,, . . Corinne Kress, Oboe
Bonnie Hale, Clarinet
Joy Stitt, Trumpet
Bill Skiles, Baritone
Row I: J. Sobolewski, R. Jack, J. Myers, N. Sample, D. Ruggeri, S. liunselman, L. Shultz, K. Levish, L. Brant, P. Gallagher, C.
Young, A. Hesselgesser. Rowllz S. Lysek, B. Hale, L. Huey, J. Stitt, M. Claypoole, J. Clark, J, Ralston, R. Fair, D. Kuntz, R.
Wilken, T. Lowers, T. Fair. Row lll: N. Rieck, S. Chapman, J. James, K. Keebler, S. Wolfe, J. Harrigan, E. Myers, M. Harrigan
E. Gamble, J. Scheittle, M. Check, G. Bowser, R. Donnelly. Row IV: M. Prager, F. Fester, R. Elcock, A. Gaillot, R. Brozenick,
J. Girardi, C. Hamilton, J. Bouch, E. Sober, T. Craig, R. Dempster, R. Scheittle.
Mrs. Bernard Shaffer
Vocal Music Supervisor
Through the untiring and never-ending ef-
forts of Mrs. Bernard Shaffer, Vocal Music Super-
visor, Freeport is proud to have one of the finest
chorus groups in the Valley. The annual "Christ-
mas Candlelight Service" and colorful "Spring
Concert" are two ot the outstanding results of
She is to be commended for the excellent
job she has done not only with the chorus, but
with the Blue and Gold Choir, Sr. High Girls' En-
semble, Boys' Ensemble and the Jr. High Girls
Rowl: N. Brant, C, Altemus, E. Keener, M. Bu-
satto, L. Rultner. Row ll: S. Haven, E. Kiiowski,
G. Revi, W. Dolmayer, C. Shager, J. White. Row
Ill: E. Bailey, N. Macurdy, S. Pavlik, M, Johns-
ton. Row IV: L. Schweitering, D. Laufter, M.
Kuhns, P, Conti, C. Berger.
Blue and Gold Choir
The Blue and Gold Choir is a specially or-
ganized music group chosen by Mrs. Shaffer
from the three chorus classes. The Choir has
been organized for three years and has done a
wonderful iob. The students of F. H.S. can be
very proud of this group.
With the combined efforts of Mrs. Shaffer
and the students, the Blue and Gold Choir has
done an excellent iob in performing in the Spring
Concert, the annual Candlelight Service, and the
various public performances in the community.
With all of these activities, the Choir may be
heard rehearsing almost any time during the
Blue and Gold Ufficers
Row I: T. Craig, D. Ruggeri, L. Shultz. Row ll: T. Fair,
S. Haven, M. Busatto.
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Each Christmas, the Chorus presents its gift to the public-the annual Candle-
light Service. Under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer, this beautiful, inspir-
ing program has become a tradition at our school. The finest vocal talent and the
dramatic sketch of the Christmas story combines to bring the true spirit of Christ-
mas to young and old. The play presented this year was "Unto Thy Doors" by
Rollin W. Coyle.
C A S T
Joseph Donald Skiles The Daughter , , Mary Lee Myers
Mary . Carol Roenigk Tarchus, A Temple Priest William Renshaw
Tomirusm, the Inn Keeper Don Altman Wisemen , . . Richard Carbonetti,
Zidon, the Sandal-maker Dick Borrison EmillO PieI'OPGf1, Berton PlGlT
Sarah, his wife . Bonnie Younkins Angel . S0ndl'U Dovthett
Cherubs . . .. , ,, Marcia Brant, Darlene Huey,
Shirley McFarland, Sylvia Harbison
It's Beginning to Look a
Lot Like Christmas
O Come, All Ye Faithful
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Row I: R, Elcock, J. Scheittle, T. Lowers, J. Rals-
lon, E. Myers, T. Fair. Row ll: T. Craig, R.
Dempster, J. Bouch, E. Sober, G. Bowser.
Rowlz L. Schwietering, R. Jack, D. Ruggeri, M. Johnsion, C. Young, M. Busatto, C. Berger. Rowllz L.
Rufrner, J. Sobolewski, N. Sample, S. Kunselman, L. Brant, P. Gallagher, N. Brani, C. Alfemus, J. While, E.
Keener, M. Kuhns. Row Ill: D. Lauffer, K. Keebler, J. James, J. Clark, J. Myers, N. Rieck, L. Shultz, M.
Claypoole, S. Haven, K. Levish, E. Kiiowski, M. Conti, W. Dolmayer, C. Shaffer. Row IV: S. Lysek, S. Wolfe,
J. SHN, B. Hale, L. Huey, G. Revi, E. Bailey, M. Prager, F. Fester, A. Hesselgesser, S. Chapman, S, Povlik,
Row I: M. Busatto, M. Gaiser, N. Sample, D. Ruggeri, C. Balentine, K. Laidlaw, L. Busatto
T. Hoover, W. Jack, J. Hesselgesser. Row ll: C. Roenigk, N. Brant, N. Crestclni, C. Allison.
M. Henschel, L. Peters, D. Kuntz, B. Fair, C. Babinsack, J. Myers, K. Keebler, P. Tennant.
Row Ill: G. Truver, A. Hesselgesser, M. Johnston, S. Douthett, S. Rogers, S. Haven, S. Brant,
J. Danik, S. Hines, B, Zema, C. Young, J. Frantz. Row IV: B. Platt, A. Buchan, B. Skiles,
D. Slciles, C. Lowers, D. Altman, G. Sherrieb, R. Lassinger, D. Borrison, B. McGuire, G.
Sobolewski, G. Kepple, G. Conti, E. Bailey.
The Student Council plays a leading role in
school life. This year Council sponsored the
noon-time milk program, the sale of pennants
and "beanies," the Coronation Ball, and many
other worthy school projects. Dr. Charles Hanko
served as advisor. Officers for the 1956-1957
President Don Skiles
Vice President Robert McGuire
Secretary . . Marilyn Johnston
Assistant Secretary . Judy Myers
Editor , . . . , Peggy Conti
Assistant Editor , .....,.. .... J oanne Toy
Business Managers Richard Borrison
Sponsor .. ,. Miss Marietti
In September the editorial staff
set a goal which all have worked very
hard to reach-to have the best year-
book ever, and to have it before
graduation. Under the supervision
of Miss Marietti, the writers and
ists worked long hours at noon
after school. The business staff
ci record number of subscriptions
contacted many patrons. Here is the
result of our efforts-the 1957 Free-
Row I: B. Younkins, S. Pavlik, P. Conti, J. Toy C
Berger. Rowllz Miss Marietti, D. Ruggeri L
Shultz, W. Dolmayer, J. Baker, R. Borrison. Row
III: D. Skiles, C. Lowers, P. Hill, D, Altman
Sports Editor . ..
Business Manager .
Faculty Advisor ,
, . . Don Skiles
Mona Jean Prager
One of the important activities of
the students at Freeport High School is
the publication of the school paper,
"The Yellow Jacket." Long hours of
work are required on the part of the
members of the staft in order to pre-
pare the paper for publication every
two weeks. Under the capable super-
vision of Mrs. Chioldi, the Paper
strives to bring the latest news to the
Uncle Walter , .
Mona Jean Prager
. Tom Fair
, Don Skiles
, Ed Myers
, Paul Hill
This year's Senior Play was a comedy in
three acts written by William Roos. The
play revolved around humorous incidents
which occurred when the Rockwoods, an
old New England family, returned to their
home after an absence of six years. Mean-
while the home had been purchased by the
Gages, who were occupying it when the
Rockwoods returned. The two sets of fam-
ilies had many conflicting sets of habits
and much humor was presented for the
audience as they attempted to evict one
another from the house. The play ends
happily for all, despite the strife and strain.
"Time Ouf for Ginger"
Row l: Gary Kunish, Mona J. Prager, Jackie James, Marilyn
Johnston. Rowll: Don Skiles, Mr, Bendl, Frankie Fester, Bill
Noble, Don Altman, Terry Craig, Linda Shultz.
The annual Junior Play was per-
formed on March 2'l and 22, T956 by
the Class of '57. The play, directed
by Mr. Bendl, was a comedy in three-
acts, Time Out for Ginger.
Many humorous incidents occur
when Ginger Carol, the youngest
daughter of Agnes and Howard
Carol, goes out for the football team.
The entire town is thrown into an up-
roar, and it takes three hilarious acts
fcr things to return to normal in the
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Rowlz R. Borrison, Mrs. Gales. Rowll: R. Lassinger,
N. Rieck, L, Schoonmaker, M, Johnston, R. Carbonetti,
P. Gallagher, N. Sample.
This year the Senior magazine cam-
paign aided the Senior class by contributing
approximately S700 to the cause. This
amount was obtained by the sale of 52,100
worth of magazines. Competition through-
out the whole campaign was very high. In
the final counting, it was found that Jean
Baker had captured first prize with sales
amounting to over two hundred dollars.
As in preceding years, the magazine cam-
paign was under the supervision ot Mrs.
Gales. She was aided by her personal stat?
of eight Senior campaign managers.
Through the efforts of Mrs. Gales and the
support of the students, the campaign was
Row I: A. Hesselgesser, M. Busatto,
C. Young, D. Ruggeri, S. Rogers
Rowll: N, Sample, K. Keebler, S
Haven, J. Myers, M. Johnston, N
Brant, C. Roenigk. Row Ill: B
Platt, A. Buchan, W. Skiles, C. Low
ers, D. Altman. Row IV: D. Skiles,
R. Lassinger, R. McGuire,
In the Home Economics department of
Freeport High School the students become
skilled in the arts of cooking, sewing, and
the efticient management of the home.
For the younger set who have a fond
interest in sewing, there is the Junior High
Needlework Club. However, the older stu-
dents find that the Future Homemakers of
America Club with its many noontime
candy and soup sales occupy most of their
These are only a few of the many im-
portant functions of the Home Economics
Department under the capable direction of
Mrs. Lehew and Miss Mozena.
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Row I: E. Klaes, D. Oyler, P. Hrebrick. Rowllz Mrs, Lehew,
B. Smack, J. Allshouse, M. Beck.
Future Homemakers of America
Simcik, E. Daquilante, M. Edwards, B.
Dempster, M. Whitehair, M. Heim. Row ll:
I. Stacey, C. Thalman, D. Beers, M. Cun-
ningham, J. Beers, J. Humes, S. Schmidt,
R. Jordon, H. Schmidt. Rowlllz Miss
Mozena, S. Hamilton, D. Sims, S. Rodgers,
P. Ross, T. Fantino, G. Hill, M. Ridley.
Row I: E. Porter, F. Williams, F. Ward, J.
Row I: A. Check, T. Kiiowski, A. Morrison, H. Porter, B.
Micholas. Rnwllz B. Shoemaker, D. Prager, Mr. Yed-
lowski, J. Gaiser, A. Bricker.
Row I: D. Rowley, S. Wolf, D. Bulford, M. Claypool, J. White, C. Young, C. Roenigk, M. Myers, K. Keebler
J. Thompson. Row ll: E. Kiiowski, D. Stiff, J. Clark, W. Haidukiewicz, M. Harold, M. Smith, K. Hogan
M. Ruggeri, A. Hesselgesser, N. Brant, M. Hager. Row III: K. Frantz, L. Brant, L. RuHiner, P. Morrison
B. Ranieri, E. Pollick, J. Burkett, J. Simcik, F. Curfmann, B. McCaFferty, D. Hartman.
Row I: R. Rudish, R. Hewitt, B. Bennett, P. Vassallo, R. Sterling, R. Bulford, R. McKenna. Row ll: A. Hager, K. Gaiser, R. Ket
tering, P. Shutters, J. Love, S. Harrigan, S. Humes, B, McCracken, K. Hartman, S. Harbison. Row lll: Mr. Manning, L. McGuire
J. Gaydos, N. Parker, M. Ziczcik, C. Hall, L. Buzzard, B. Healey, M. Chapman, Y. Busatto, C. McNeel, J. Baker, G. Sanner, .l
Tennant, V. Grimm, R. Willciewitz, T. Hoover, Row IV: J. Durst, W. Kropp, J. Wichrowski, D. Murry, D. Smith, C. Lindsay
J. Buchan, A. Gcrlloreath, D. Simcik, M. Lindsay, S. Dougherty, M. Brant, F. Kuntz, L. Sweeney, A, Lucas, C. Flemm, R. Heim
Row V: C. Krieder, N. Stivenson, C. Mosthaf, D. Reariclc, D. Huey, M. Spindler, M. Goiser, N. Shannon, J. Yates, P. Sobotka
G. Shernock, R. Cochran, D. Ruppersburger, P. Montgomery, D. McClain
Row I: L. Armstrong, B. Woods, M. Fleck, J. McClaine, N. Knize, P. Hartman, D. Mason, B. Wissinger, L. Wagner, L. Risch,
W. Srnock. Row II: Mr. Lehew, D. Fennell, E, Skinner, J. Burd, F, Herald, R. Shook, B. Atchison, D. Sarver, E. Kelley, R. Hoov-
er, P. McMiIIen, B. Durst. Row III: W, Salsgiver, D. VanTine, D. Sarvei, L. Straughn, L. Busatto, C. Balentine, K. Laidlaw, G.
Miller, B, Lewis, L. Haught, T. Beale, D. Hilliard, Row IV: B. Hale, C. Conti, C. Toy, E. Betush, B. Livingston, B. Kearney.
Rowl: W. Kunkle, T. Kulus, D, Profley, R. Thorpe, S. Baker, D. Kuntz, M. Check, W. Zemc, R. Kurtiok.
Rowll: S. Lucas, G. Howard, J. McLaughlin, R. Kepple, J. Isenburg, W. Montgomery, R. Scheittle, Mr.
M afhemafics Club
Rowl: J. Fullerfcn, S. Lysek, S. Grant, M. Check, E. Cline, W, Zema, D. Pruiley, D. Kuntz, T. Fair, M
Kublcx. Row II: B. Younkins, C. Frantz, W. Elcsh, S. Lucas, B. Coller, T. Klinzing, E. Smcck, P. Chernun
Rowlz L. Bernard, S. Grafton, S. Noble, J. Beers, P. Lewandowski, M. Cunningham, M. Miallci, S. Kun
selman, J. Bennett, G. Nates. Row II: P. Boehm, B, Younkins, S. Hamilton, J. Stitt, J. Burford, B. Hale
S. Todd, W. Dolmayer, N. Ehrman, J. Fleck, B. Hewitt. Rowlll: Mr. Prusiclm, J. Frantz, W. Gaiser, H
Brenneman, T. Negci, W. Montgomery, L. Westendorf.
Left to Right: J. Adams, R. Donnelly, A. Fennell, J, Cooper, R.
Solomon, C. Early, Mr. Carlson, R. Hagenauer, P. Rassou, J.
Foster, D. Johnston, R. Elcock, M. CoFFman, W. Miller.
i Row I: J. Sobolewslxi, D. Stitt, T. Palko, P. Morrison, F. Reit-
inger. Rowll: P. Hook, J. Simcik, C, Frantz, B. Younkins,
, Miss Myers.
Rowl: L. Shultz, L. Craig, J. Simcik, I
Kunkle, S. Haven, M. Kuhns, L. Huey, J
Toy, J. Eshenbaugh, A. Swank. Rowll
C. Shaffer, N. Ehrman, S. Rogers, C. Ber
ger, S. Pavlik, N, Mucurdy, J. Fleck, P
Conti, J. Baker, Miss Kerr.
Rowlz K. Teeters, J. Mitchell, K. Sloan,
S. Kunselman, E. Fennel, M. Fiscus, N.
Metzler, N. Latini, R. Smock, J. McCreery.
Row II: E. Keener, S. Miller, E. Shernock,
N. Whitehair, B. Hood, S. Todd, E, Shear-
er, J. Fullerton, M. Singleton, L. Rufifner.
Row III: C. Young, M. Herold, J. Albaugh,
B. Barker, B. Coller, L. Vorp, J. Burford,
B. Hale, C. Allison, A, Wilson, Mrs.
Row I: C. Hartman, M. Hager, C. Hill, B.
Miller, G. Nates, M. Vorp, E. Galbreath,
J. Iseman, K. Levish, F. Kunkle. Rowllz
B. Feller, J. Robinson, C. Johnston, E. Pol-
lick, K. Claypool, E. Kiiowski, C. George,
L. Frantz, G. Markwell, S. Wolfe, D. Bul-
ford. Row III: A. Ballentine, S. Burd, M.
Ruggeri, S. Grant, J. Smith, S. Lyselr, E.
Young, M. Stull, M. Smith, E. Bailey, D.
Row I: K. Hutton, D. Van Dyke, H. Lewan-
dowski, C. Dempster, J. Babinsack, D.
Rickel, P. Rykoceslci, C. Dougherty, E. Bar-
ry, A. Rearick. Row II: C. Lucas, J. Atkin-
son, M. Harbison, S. Cribbs, J, Durci, P.
Harding, D. Gratzer.
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Row 1: Sandy Haven, Donna Ruggeri, Linda
Shultz, Joanne Toy. Row ll: Jean Baker, Janet
Eshenbaugh, Carol Berger, Mrs. Luchs, Sue Rog-
ers, Sylvia Pavlik, Nancy Rieck.
Row I: M. Heim, M. Hager, E. Fennell, D. Ruggeri, L. Brant, D. Crain, M. Kubla, C. Kress, J. Simcik, F. Williams, E. Daquilanfe
Rawll: E. Galbreath, A. Rearick, M, Singleton, P. Morrison, J. Robinson, I. Kunkle, J. Fleck, M. Ridley, C. Altemus, S. Wolfe
S. Burd, M. Betush. Row Ill: J. Clark, J. Smith, S. Grant, S. Lysek, E. Smock, M. Claypoole, B. Hale, L. Vorp, C. Allison, A
Wilson, E. Young, B. Coller, Mrs. McCleary. Row IV: J. Burkett, M. Oyler, L. Huey, B, Younkins, A. Swank, C. Shaffer, N
Ehrman, S. Rogers, J. Baker, C. Berger, S. Chapman.
Row I: S. Palko, J. Sheittle, R. Wilken, T. Shoop, C. Brestensky, W. Villetto, R. Freeling, D. McClure, L. Scalzott, T. Sober. Row
II: W. Rico, J. Pollick, R. Carbonetti, B. Platt, D. Altman, R, McGuire, G. Truver, P. Christie, S. Brestensky, G. Kepple, F.
Lewandowski. Row III: Mr. Parry, B. Marshall, J. Spindler, C. Lowers, R. Borrison, L. Keener, C. Etzrodt, T. Nega, K. Smith,
W. Pesci, D. Klinzing, D. Skiles, R. Laux, R. Costantino, Mr. Karrs. Row IV: E, Bottegal, J. Stewart, G. Kunish, J. Shaffer, J.
Blair, C. Helminac, A. Buchan, M. Dillick, P. Hill, R. Maiocha, J. Palermo, J. Harrigan, R. Fair, S. Yates, J. Metz, D. Pesci,
P. McCullough, E. Pieropan, T. Craig.
Junior High Athletics
Row I: J. Spraat, C. Sterling, J. Buchan, S. Hill, J. RuHner, E. Roudybush, R. Moon, T. Thompson, R. Myers, D. Harding, R.
Daquilante. Row ll: Mr. Willoughby, J. Keebler, D. Lowers, D. Summers, G. Kauntz, W. McAninch, D. Laslco, D. Rumbaugh, K.
Keener, R. Pastorek, R. O'Malley. Row III: R. Bertino, L, Peters, R. Pomaybo, D. Elsenrath, B. Walters, J. Galbreath, G. Conti, T.
Roenigk, E. Christie, E. Christie. Row IV: G. Sobolewslci, D. Woodward, J. Mast, W. Biclcer, G. Martin, M, Healey, R. Beckett,
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Football - - 1956
Row I: T. Shoop, B. Marshall, T. Sober, D, Klinzing, J. Harrigan, J. Blair, J. Stewart, C. Brestensky, E. Bottegal. Row ll: G.
Carson, E. Pierapan, J. Metz, T. Craig, B. Platt, D. Altman, G. Sherrieb, D. Pesci, E. Young. Row Ill: C. Lowers, L. Keener.
S. Palko, P. McCullough, J. Spindler, G. Truver, J. Pollock. Row IV: P. Christie, B. Pesci, B. McGuire, A. Buchan, J. Palermo,
F. Lewandowski, R. Freehling, B. Constantine. Row V: A. Roudybush, B. Fair, G. Kepple, J. Shatter, S. Yates, B. Villetto, B.
Wilkens, L. Scalzott.
FHS 27 FORD CITY 6
The 1956 edition of the Freeport High School Yellowiackets
opened its season with a bang, bowling over an inept Glasser
team, 27-6. lt was the eleventh straight game without defeat
for the Jackets.
FHS 25 TARENTUM 0
Probably the two best high school elevens in the A-K met in
what was expected to be a titanic struggle. However, the
game was no contest as the powerful Jacket machine pounded
the hapless Redcats into the dust, 25-O.
FHS 'I3 ARNOLD 6
The Arnold Lions tried valialfltly but could not overcome the
rugged FHS forward wall and crucial pass attempts were
broken up by an alert Jacket secondary. This was the lowest
point total the Jackets were held to all season.
FHS 39 PLUM TWP. 7
Revenge proved sweet indeed as the Yellowiackets steamrolled
over a weak Mustang eleven by the largest score they totaled
FHS 27 KITTANNING 0
Freeport ripped a large KHS team to pieces in a raughhouse
fracas in Kittanning. This was the 15th straight game for the
Jackets without defeat.
FHS 27 SPRINGDALE 0
John Karrs' boys ran amuck over a helpless Dynamo team. The
Jackets were rolling at full speed now and were very much in
the running for the "A" title.
FHS 26 WEST DEER 'IS
Another victory was tucked away by the Jackets at West Deer.
The Braves tried, but the Jackets were iust too much.
FHS 27 APOLLO 'I4
For the fourth time the Jackets scored 27 points in a game.
The tussle with Apollo was an exhibition match with FHS
warming up for the big rival game with the Blue Devils of
FHS 26 LEECHBURG 27
With an eight-game winning streak behind them the Jackets
traveled to Leechburg where they met their "Waterloo." Thus
ended an attempt by Freeport to enter a WPlAL playoff. Even
though the Class "A" title was out of its reach, Karrs' Fighting
Eleven still captured the A. V. Conference Championship 'for
the second straight year. The Jaycee Most Valuable Player
Award also stayed in Freeport for another year as it was pre-
sented to End Dick Pesci and Quarterback Don Altman.
I realize that our philosophy of educa-
tion has to be adjusted to the area and the
community in which we live and work.
Since the success of democracy depends
upon democratic action, schools must fos-
ter the opportunity for basic democratic
principles, not through verbiage but by ac-
tually giving the students a chance to live
it. Every opportunity possible should be
provided for the development ofthe Amer-
ican way of lite.
Championship football, in the way of
undefeated teams, has not been my only
objective at Freeport Area High School. We
are desirous of having a team which will
be able to compete on the same level as
our opponents. However, if an unbeaten
team does come along, Freeport, like any
other school, will be glad to take it. Cham-
pionship teams are wonderful, but they
aren't everything. lt is our aim here to
give our football team every opportunity
that our opponents enjoy, and simultane-
ously maintain our scholastic standards.
Down through the years, l think we
have been doing just that-PROGRESSING.
l-Cf' to Rlgltfi J- YH-ll0WSlil, JY. High COCICl1: J- Leltew, Student Managers: C. Etzrodt, R, Brosinick, B Mackin
Equipment Manager, J. Karrs, Head Coach, C. Willough. idge, J. Helminack, J. Sheittle.
by, Assistant Coach, T. Parry, Assistant Coach.
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Frankie Fester Donna Ruggeri Jackie James
The spirit, pep, and loyalty of a school lies, to a great cle-
gree, with the cheerleaders. These energetic girls practiced
weekly, with their rousing cheers of "FIGHT JACKETS FIGHT" and
"WE WANT SOME ACTION" echoing through the halls. Many
long hours were spent preparing for pep meetings, basketball
and football games. By taking one glance at our football and
basketball records, we will see that their efforts to promote school
spirit throughout the school were highly successful.
S. Chapman, F. Fester, J. James, J. Borrison, C. Young, C. Roenigk, D, Ruggeri, Mrs. Lehew
On your feet, men
F oofball Queen
One ofthe highlights of our Senior year
was the crowning of the Football Queen,
Sandra Douthett. The Queen was chosen
by popular vote from a group often Senior
Candidates nominated by the members of
the Senior Class. This event, under the ca-
pable direction of Mrs. Chioldi and Mrs.
Shalifer, took place at the Springdale game
which completed our home football games
for the 1956-T957 season. The candidates
were: Myke Cassel, Sandra Douthett, Nor-
ma Ehrman, Frankie Fester, Sandra Haven,
Jackie James, Sylvia Pavlik, Mona Jean
Prager, Sue Rogers, and Donna Ruggeri.
! Touchdown Song Dandy Dick covers ground'
Where's the ball? Foiled again! Pesci rides ago n'
Row I: R. Pesci, R. McGuire, E. Pieropcnn, G. Carson, J. Rzeszotarski, R. Harbison, J. Scheittle. Row ll: Mr.
Parry, A. Buchan, W. Noble, E. Young, G. Truver, J, Spindler, W. Pesci.
S c o r e s S c o r e s
F.H.S. Opponent F.H.S. Opponent
72 . . West Winfield 42 46 fPlum Twp. 58
47 East Deer 50 43 "Leechburg 42
63 Richland Twp. . 29 51 . 'lTarentum 42
52 . Oakmont . .29 58 , Kittanning 52
64 , Richland Twp. . 35 54 . . +West Deer 40
58 Har Brack .61 44 . 'Springdale 37
4l Arnold .59 50 'Plum Twp. 29
65 +West Deer . 49 48. 'Leechburg 44
39 . 4Springdale 38 45 kTarentum 63
49 . . West Winfield 48 47 MTarentum 55
" 'Section 12-A play-off
The success of the team this past season
has been due primarily to three factors: a
most capable leader of the team, Captain
Don Altman, a fine group of seniors and
iuniors who put aside personal glory to de-
pict team work and team spirit, and a won-
derful loyal student body who, along with
faculty guidance, instilled a tremendous
spirit in the entire school. To the latter
group, who were certainly instrumental in
the team's eftorts, the entire bas-
ketball team and coaches extend heart-
felt thanks. Basketball has finally come
into its own in the community, and the
reason is obvious. It took us quite some
time to build a team such as this, but we
never could have done it without the sup-
port of the cheerleaders, the student body,
and the administration. We are graduat-
ing five very fine athletes and gentlemen,
but we have six returning iuniors and a fine
array of sophomores coming up. The fu-
ture success of our basketball teams will
depend upon you, the student body, and
the hard work of the boys who will repre-
sent you on the floor.
Coach Parry, C. Willoughby, J. Yedlowski Action Personified
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Gel Ohm rebound, Squirrel!
Wuiiing if ou!
"ACE" pumps away
Jim cmd "Nute" boih have it
O, the Yowering feeiingl
Freeport En Mosse
Gib's trying hard
Too bud, Jim
Victors lecxve Qhe arena
Row I: J. Harrigan, G. Kepple, R. Fair, J. Collins, D. Klinzing, W. Zema. Row II: Mr. Willoughby, J.
Stewart, W. Rico, R. Noble, J. Shaffer, S. Yates, R. Shoemaker.
This year's Jayvee squad promised
good tidings for Freeport in Basketball war-
fare for the coming years. Ably coached
by Mr. Willoughby, the team won fourteen
games and lost only five. This was the best
record in the section for a Jayvee team.
Although the Jayvees receive little official
recognition, they play an important role in
preparing the hopeful underclassmen for
playing Varsity ball in future years.
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The Yearbook Staff wishes to express its appreciation to the
many friends who made financial contributions toward the publi-
cation ofthe 1957 Freeportian.
"'H'Strem Studio, Pittsburgh
"Armstrong Press, Freeport
""Jacobs Sporting Goods Company, New Kensington
H'The Old Freeport Bank of Freeport
lMember of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationl
"The First National Bank of Freeport
CMember of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationl
'kJack's Auto Sales, Sarver
Mr. George W. Bailey
Brok's Motor Sales
Cramer's Dairy Store
Devereaux Motor Sales
Dougherty Auto Repair
Freilino's Market, Leechburg
Honus Wagner Company
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston
Mr. John D. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill E. Myers
Roppolo's Esso Station
South Leechburg Auto Wrecker
White Star Service
Mr. Burt Brown
Bu res Motor Sales
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McClain
Pearl Costantino's Beauty Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart
Mrs. Guy Conti
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fair
Mr. William C. Fleck
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaiser
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gaiser
Miss Sandy Hazlett
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill
Mr. A. M. Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. John Karrs
MacDonald's Clover Farm Store
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Paterson
Mr. and Mrs. George Ralston
Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Schwietering
Service Grocery '
Sandra and Tommy Simpson
Mr. Milton White
Mr. James Alvino
Mrs. Goldie Barr
Roy E. Blair
Edwin D. Borrison
H.C. Brenneman, Jr.
and Mrs. D. B. Douthett
Mrs. Samuel Ford
Mr. W. James Frantz
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanko
Mr. and Mrs. M. Anderson Haven
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutton
. Mr. G. H. Jack
Mrs. James Jardine
Miss Winifred Kerr
Mr. Herbert Kreider
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Latini
Mrs. Ida Leoni
Mr. Dell Leslie
Mr. James Loy
Mr. Bernard Lucas
Mr. John Martinetti
Mr. and Mrs. Dent Mast
Mr. James McCutcheon
Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheitle
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Shaffer
Mrs. Arthur Shearer
Mr. Everett Shoop
Mr. Roy Smith
Mr. Ira L. Sober
Mr. D. E. Taylor
Miss Kathleen Thompson
Zimmerman Turkey Farm
Mrs. Lill Harbison
Miss Ann Hesselgesser
Mrs. Charles Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lauffer
Mrs. Fred Malinky
Mary Ann Restaurant
Miss Mary Lee Myers
Rev. and Mrs. David S. Oyler
Mrs. Frank Ravendo
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