Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH)

 - Class of 1959

Page 1 of 116

 

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1959 Edition, Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1959 volume:

55 QQ RT Q, Qkfifff wiki- S55 54 fi! 1 QQ 1. f5f,,,,4Z,p6 .MO XZ.-MIHJAQTA GLM? dxggxififgvi ,gg fzwii'-QZJMJ ,fa-.,,,,L5 6'-Z7 Ox? of ff f Zyfg 1, 0 . fs, N W 'S X X2 E N NQNK , imiw Q2 Q wx 2 5 'WQW QR Ki 1 .-.0 L, . 67 K My x9 M ,H of Z3 'if XQQK Q WSL W. 6 ' mv 25526313 '? Wfq " 'ggi-f,, 34511 7 V EMMNWUV 6501 M fZWiWW' M ' M WW244 W W 8 M :N .N pg. ,5'wJi:'ivW,,fD7,!764 Es. ESX it 225223 Qu. A M My W 1 2if?sS354 Qgfzfffm WWW? Mgr V ww Qvfmffgffxswyff , Qf ff'fT1 , 1 WM U If I oi ,ya M x U " ff " MM Xsffsvwlfx jf 4 ff ' iiiffgf 1 kb R Q Qf g:w , gig is O K X 2 my 14 wi 5-SQL? ik Qi 2 X555 1 f ,xx wifi A O avg .Ai 31QL' ,fy T s 6 I 1 R Q Q, " .. Y. 'f 'J 8 s If V tiff 4 ' " Ji K .L ..., V 4 , if m 4, f. f gf 2, 4 A v .7 K-5 I , AA f ' if 1 if cs sf ' , '. 359 f i 1- ' C 4 '19 ' 'wifzgxwyg ' J 'Q jf i' 1 , ,.'x.4,.J1,., .I A Hum. I c Q S' Q , f444s6K42l4, Vwdcomeyoato Salad, Vtclanoaagoazdclooltoo, Vllaiocayoaonocaulaotlaft yoacaozadjaaftgoauelftotleluazfdciedaletlallied 44c4d.'tleat4eu4tchu,6toqoa.0jcowz4e,qoaYl44ae toafoalf too, Vfgoa aadlgddzfoa qowuzlfmamy mcmouzlle ezpuiancea. qoaeadlleafmtluef Faaamwldffagmdaawe ,..?9a9e4 Seauhuffze Zeng 77eo,eZe .,,77a9e20 qdfgdded ...7749e44 f4mmzaS,e4ze.4'qfe ...p49656 f-Fzdleaa Zamwawa ...?74ge X2 v ISC sa...... NN' x x 3 5? r.. fi x"' kg S W. J. MOORE B.S. in Commerce B.S, in Education M.E. Pwwqeaz DONALD K. BOYEE Youngstown University, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed gaaadafgdacatlove LEFT: Titus Weaver, Prexident. BELOW: Robert Arnottg Rccd Batting Francis Callang J. D. Emch, Clerkg Oscar Emch. 5 6 'sf' QL. its OLGA SIRANOVIC Secretary to the Szzperintendent I,UCII.I.E JOHNSON Sec'r'et11r'y fo the Principal ALICE MITCHELL Vixiting Tmrher SARAI I CHARLESWVORTH Srfretary KENNETH YYALLACE Pxychologixt IIARRY CIIALKER Dorfar MARGARET UNC ER Arvllhft' GILBERT FITZPATRICK Youngstown University. BA. EnglishX,Mo1lern ljtemture Magazine Campaign Committee The mysteries ol' cliagraming are studied Peggy Dillon. FRANCES MALARA lN1ounl Union College. BA. Western Reserve University. B.S.l,.S. I,il11'11rj' Sfifllfe l.iln'ary Reacling Club lllDl'.ll'y assistant Susan lleasley is prepari K ts ' new library bor 's. 41966224 American Literature Englixlt Literature and Jeannetta WVolfe, LEAH MAE SCHUMM Mount Union College. B,A, Western Reserve University. MA. Reflector Editorial Advisor Shakespeare and lllnfbeth Come alive via ret'- ords for Bonnie Dill. Janice llake. Jim Lambert GLADYS M. FREDERICK Ohio State University. B. S. in Ed. University of Pittsburgh. Litt. M. Englixh IX National Honor Soeiety Sponsor Newspaper Clippings make English in- teresting to Barbara Anzeltno and James Hageman, 8 M y :slr , Ei WSE ff' .. ll K Pipit Pm: wogw 9 O I GAII, I.. CIC.-XRIIART Youngstown I'nix'm-rsity, BA. lfrzglixli VIII Svnior XV-Tl'i'Il Sponsor Bra-:icl :incl lmtu-1' la-tn-rs holcl thc' zxltvntion of WILLIAM S. MICIIAELS University of Notre- Dzunv, BS. Reading and Spz'IIi1zg Assistant Football Couch Junior Iligh Bsxskctlixlll Conch Junior Iligh Track Cozicli Eighth grnclcrs Gayle Bxirtholonicw zincl John Funk dcvclop iiitvrvst in goocl hooks. l.1ml:1 Cfoslalwllgi. D.n-id llrown. :incl .lurk Simons in I,Il4'll9ll VI ll 5 . . Xt ii :KAY 4 ,ilk I LORI' NL Pl FO ITSC IIKI K Wim- NN USIIIIIIISICI' Lollvgv, IIA. Sjfwrlz I 0111111 I,11gl1.xh IX !IIII1.YI 'lllivspiaui Club Sponsor Svnior C.l.1ss Sponsoi, ll.1y Dirt c tor Mnry Alyve- Julian. Iiois Cihup .- L'rltic'11lly to 'glaipvrl' voims. man, :incl l.incl:1 Coisl lisu-n Stvvi- llulko. Sllwlllllllli' Fl'l'I'2IflllNlO. Milfy' Ann Inn'rii'm1 fII1.Xl'7'I'l'7'X lu-form' govvrrimmit Class hi-wus ' ' and 4' ZICl,LnX GARRETT Ohio Stntt' l'nix'4-rsity. BS. in Ed. l'iiix'i'i'sity of l'ittslu1rgh.Litt,lNI. ,'lHIl'7'I!'lIll fIt2I'!'HlV7lP7II Sm'fuIoyi'. Ifl'07lOINl'l'Y 'Imiioi' Cflxuss Sponsor. Civic' Day Clmiriixfm Vmivty Show Busirivss lXIz111z1gt'r rowii. gmcl Sohclixi Christy hastily I'Clld of? ELIZABETH C. BURTSFIELD Collvgv of XYoost0r. HS. HistoryVIII,l1'm'l1lIIii1ory 'llllllljl' lligh FTA Sponsor Jim Kvzlgy :md John Comm study pirttirvd lifr' of cnrly pil- grims as Josiv Brviovvvk shows Billy McCoy whvrv hrst colonists scttlc-Ll. ZEDN.-X B. FOXYLER Ohio UniVm'sity. BS. iii Htl.. M,li. GlttI4QVf1.lII1Vl' Senior Y-Tom-11 Sponsor Clolw. INLIQIIZIIHVS :xml zitlzis supply Qt'ogr11pl1ic'4tl ll1l,Ul'IIlilllOll fm' Rohvrt liozir. Kxxrvn Hoist, :xml Limlzi .'Xl'Kl1lll'. xi, s ff s way and? im,-11 I 5 hut is l'vrrv iiispcrts ullic-r prujvvts mln-ailing with zmcicnt tiim-s, U. C, ll.'XUMGgXR'l'NliR Blllllillbll Collvgc, B.A. llillfllll lliwlury, Pf'r'x0r1r1lftj' .'Nltviul4i1ii'c' Ollicvi' for Boys Llqiggiziiii- flilllllhllgll Clniimiam is Whlmlm' Llismlaiys lim' limi' 1' 1' L. Nnnfy ALBERT MAURIOCOURT B11lflwin-XN':1ll41Cc' Coils-gc-, HA. YVOSIMII Rvsvrvv L'niv0rSity, lVI.A. A merimn 1li.vfm'y Football Cogwli. Golf Coxxcli Charts givs' Dick Anilmrosv. lid Smm'vk :md Dizmv Czxutsflii ai bvttvr llIlll0l'SlilllCllIlg of thc i'xcc'11lix'c dc'- pnrtinvm of our gcwvrriiiivnl. GI..-XDYS E, IJERCVSON .4ET XYOODRUM llimlli-gp gf Xkbmvsta-1'. IIA. 'V ' Bowling fll'l'l'Il Slim' xv4'Sll'l'Il Rvsciwc l'nix'v1'Sity, lN1,.'N. I LllllYi'I'Slly. BS. in Fel. 1'll'f'lIl'1l, Sltmniwlz. Algrlzm , Q iff - Latin I r1nrIII, Iflzglixlz X .fXttvml.uin'c Ullivvrfu1'Gi1'ls I JUllI'Ilill .Mlvismp Sc-iiiur l"T.AX Spmisor L Class Sponsor, Girls' lloiinsvlm' Man-y juni- lfviiiislvn Miki- Rzikicli and K.i1'm'n Dawicl- X' "Latin is flmf' pxpluins Ji-im Witt to Kgghy Dillgn sun ziclmirm- an Spgmisli ma1t.1clm'. and Jgniq-C Xvilliglmg, I l r l0,ben 700254 af ? ' HERBERT L. CRANIER Ohio Stntc University. BS. in Ed. Kvnt Stzxtc Uriivvrsity. M.E. fZhFV71il'fT,1'.P1l41'Ylf.Y Stir-rico Club Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor If you hmr :in vxplosion on thc' third floor. it's only I '. and lfrvcl Svlilaxdx-ii Richard Suclcr, Larry .vwis cxpvrimcnting. JOHN R, R,-XY Youngstown l'11ix'vrsity. BA, K1-nt Sluts' llnivvrsity. Biology Fllflllly lNI:1nngc'r Biology stucli-ms Sharon Svvllusxrh :ind -Ivan YN'itt stain and study sliclvs. CHURCH l,lflll'l' llc'iclm'lhc'rg Cfollr-gr-. BS. Uuivvrsity of Pittsburgh, ME. Ce11er'11fSfirr1r1' Bziskvtlmll Conrh Assistgmt Footlialll Clozirh Phil Koppi-l clvmonstraitc-s thc' nrt of bvmling glass :is Mary Lou XN'illi:nms zmcl uloscpliim' Cray wntfh in zimzixv- nivrit. HELEM M. EBINGER Ohio State University, BA., B.S. in Ed. Plane and Solid Geometry Algebra I and Il, Trigonometry Sophomore Y-Teen Sponsor With the help of solid objects Carl Lipski proves a thoory to Jim Moz- zillo, Carl Pasearella, and George Good. WVILLIAIVI F. VVOODRUNI University of Cineinnatti, B.S. in Ed. lNestminster College, M.E. .Mrzthenzalicx VIII Athletic Tieket Manager Fraetions don't faxe eighth graders Sue Coggins and Carol Graham. I". K. TEETER Ohio W'esleyan l'nix'ersity. BA. Ohio State University, MA. fif'He"fIllAlI1fllt'lIlI1flC.Y Judy Vinarsky demonstrates a steady hand with the compass for Phillip Patti, Douglas Hite. and Jeannette Davey. JULIA HUNT Ohio University. B.S. in Ed. Clothing I nnfl II llmne Eeononiies Club Sponsor Sophomore Y-Teen Sponsor Junior Cluss Sponsor 'i YXXVN Mary Ann Constuntino zincl Eilcigiqjendlc stmiglitvn il hein for KXIIIIRI l6'.'hfssniXQro. ' QP QN' lx? t , -N N .J gy ssxxf' 61' , -. SN ',-41:4 GERALDINE M. SMITH Marietta College. BA. Ohio State University. B.S, Foods VIII, I, II Home Economies Club Sponsor Senior Y-Teen Sponsor Diane Christopher prepares food and Cathy Clark sets table in preparation for Z1 meal. WILLIAM BATTIN Youngstown L'nivs-rsity. IIS. in Eel. VVest1ninster College. M.lf, Iflemenfrzry Pliyvirnl Elillfllfillfl Driving Assistant Football Conch Look out! Betty Braulshziw is Chauf- feuring lNIziry jo Arehilmlcl, Frzinees Joy. Lynn Cnlznnlmossy, and Katherine Morgan. As Aloe- Rgignninc and IVz1ync . Q. DAVID E. DI PIERO K1-nt Stzltv Univcrsity, IIS. in Ed.. M.E. Ifuud Shop Junior Iligh Football Conch Ifrgixikforcl nssvinblv thc-ir projf-cts, Ric'h.n'nl Da-l Bovvio sands his. I'.-XIII. IIICICIIIT Youngstown I'nivv1'si1y. IIS, in Ed, llUlllIIIlll.I I'1nu-rsity, lNI..'X. :incl IIYUI-1'SNlUll.ll Iliplonm in ICKIHULIIIOII Nvw York School of Dvsign, IUIIIIOIIIZI ,II1'rl111fm'f1l llmzrfrzg lN1.1ggwim' fl.lIIll7.lIQll Coinniittvv junior Class Sponsor ll.n'l Mgllilo, Vote Svrolgi. :incl Calvin I"lIl'lilllp1l'l' kilvill .is Jon- I,All'lll.I rom- plvlvs ll Illl'I'll.lIIIl'.ll clinwing pI'OllIl'Ill. 15 E. I.. COPI' ICLISIVYII Illinois Slam' Tn-givllws Clollvgc. IIS. in Ifcl. A111111 Shoji. Shop ilfrlfllvwlrllfzw' Ili-Y Sponsor. lloys' Llonnsvlol' vsson in using thi- lzlthv is givvn hy Chan uocluc to Dvlincon Xlbllillgloil. Ron.llLl IIIIINI Rlflllllll llgnvy, and John I'uglic-sv. DONALD N. NELSON Youngstown Univcrsity. HS. University of Pittsburgh, M.E. Secretarial Obzice Practice Buxinexs Machines, Retail Marketing, Sa1e.vman.vhfp Athletic Assoriation Treasurer Rose Dclflcnio and Claudia Smith givr' Dennis Johnson. Donna Rudgv. :incl Jim Fisher instructions in luookkccping and dictaphonc mnrhinvs. EULALIE G. WYLAND Ohio Northcrn University. B.S. in Ed, Shorthand, Typezvritirig Commvrrinl Club Sponsor Busily typing are Ron Robinson and Carole Maxwell. BETTY MANDRY Ohio University. HA. in Commvrtf' Bookkeeping Sophomore Y-Tvctn Sponsor junior Class Sponsor Mary Corsalc. Marty Mozzillo. and Patty Rngo- zine show intcrcst in posted bookkcvping grndvs. Mix ELVERA ROSSI CANNATTI Youngstown University, B.S. in Ed. Shorthand, Typewriting Commercial Club Sponsor Janice Collins explains to Carol Etherington and Janice DePietro what those shorthand symbols mean. THOMAS MURPHY Youngstown University, B.S. in Ed. Business Training Business English Business Law Commercial Mathematics Reflector Business Advisor Business English books require study by Tony Pntrone, Dorene Stark, and Delores Kihm. WMM x ., --1, bmw- ff ll BEVERLY BURNS Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Kent State University, M.E. Elementary Art Supervisor Art Phyllis Walpole demonstrates to Louis Payak the art of Color media. aw,-4m,4 wade HERBERT W. SEELBACH Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. CARRIE F. SILLINIAN Inxtrunzental Music Westminster College. B.S. in Band Public Srhool Music Vocal Mu.fic Variety Show Director Senior lvsmd members Kathy Mzigill, Herb Svc-llmrli, Katy Conley. Mary June Brown, Janet Horn, .md Carol Iludzik time up for L1 jam Terry Dillon serenndes the girls - Pat Catone session Joan Graham, and Jane W'envcr, ?9.5,2' mam um BARBARA SAVOR Q DONALD BORGER Kent State L'niversity. BS. in Ed. by X Miami University, B.S. in Ed. I'lz'1'vfr11I lfdzlrzzfiolz, Health 2 Health, Phyyical Edugatinn Cheerleader Sponsor I " Track and Cross-Country Coach CAA Sponsor, Athletic' Council Gymnastic Coneh, Intramurals Dircrtor 'L "Ride 'ein, Cowboy!" yells hlaplc Triplett to Sigmund Kerekes makes ready to give John Joan Dandino and Phyllis Rozzo. Patros a push on the rings. - ZZ. Z HELEN BI. RESSLER Kent State University. B.S. in Elementary Ednration with Major in Special Education Special Eduration Rellertor Sales Advisor 19' Roy Meflale takes Larry lNIohn, Lora Estes, and Phyllis Makair down through the ages of time hy Il1CllIlS of pirtilres. - wM,,,, I ii. 3 Y F 5 Q ,, f ww , vfi!4Zi?fPy5ZWiW 5. AQ W In , E ,A 'H' . 3: L 5 ,ie ? V ' . x Lk.. 'yr- ff 5 if , 1ff. 5 "kL.7 ' 'Qi 5552517 ki I Q55 , ' V if "., 3 L ,f4l'f'9""--an X 3 .. .Q X . A ' I Yjfi' X A cxvfm, A my Q.--Q 'A ' ,4 "'MHV. ' j If 'f"' CTXX , I 1 133, XX' 1- M ., 221. -- N . f. - ,.,-Q. ,v 1: 1 -i fu 5 X- f ' I my N7 gl I I vi jf f X r. W I K. y , w.A,.,,. xx V ls. PX " Eflff .Z-5,1-gg h A . h .Q J " M , ,',,. ,mix-K ,xtyfhi gf- ,, , ,N'Y""W-g,'K ' ,J an 'K 'a9"" 1 xg . ' fi. ff? mn 9 - 1- 1 , ff . f Vim?--1,55 i, X f A M , N Y1 Q., t It ,IJ ,N ,, , 41 4 -Rfk 4 f 1' f Lx Fa, .ggi 1 Y tr .,g"1l' M M5 L ix J qlgglbv lgligfxxgr.. I ,y??igw.h1wgxVX' yxi, I ,, qui N -KX KA -vw Ili 'Q j. ,pg . ,if X X 'Ai' '9 'I 3mY:i, "71b-2:3-u:2f 1. 1 ' .4 '2" .f Q ' 4 'wa f' , ,,- f vs 1- .5 x .,--V, Xl Ky? Ui- 2 H! ,. I' f , I 41:.fs:2'?'f:-wewff''A3g4-Ytxffwx ' M I ktttfvb i A ., f fx 1' fr:-V711 ffL.1,N?f i Y, ff, wr a Q' Q V . 4' N fu 'A , f'fw.g 'Tw'ij3:,.,,f" -ff-elf-N, ,J 'M N' q-- ,g. , , x If ' ,- Y 22" .dw-'fz....4wi4.44 li .A X Q at Kr f' ' 5 M, , 1 , Q' ' u ,.+,,, 1 A 1-h53gV ,,i 4,, fggfiJv .sf-Q 1 3 Q ' f"'ft..Q fews -s,,.'f,'f.:f-gg' .fy - ,X ,tkyllai wwf, KA ,auf-Q K is highs. J I VV I W 5:1 , A, K dw xl X lax, ii, W A 'J xw-QNX jlxb Nik LX k4K.x M K 1 . :Z 5 Y f , fm. -1-., x Q ., X . .,,f.:a,jQ5i..q,,r2.g . 4- 23? 5:1 ,?Clp1 gk:.,?,s Qi5i 6 Av u:,w,i,.flAg?f , N . v 5 . HQ, 7' K 3,,k:M , 'YK VVVL V xy' 7 ,baxqywni A uf V W ,vf flaw? k VA N 7, f Y' Q,-KY I , .W Q 4 K' ,. . Ik fm ,K-1, f ,. 1 k , ' A. ' x . Mfxffw 'iQ'Yfx-'fx A ?,a:,l.f. SKQQ . iw ff' M Y ' 1 N ...Q 4 , 74495 andpuam andpfanfofztde 66444 Offdena ON OPPOSITE PAGE: Kay Payer, Secretary Pat Ferraro, Treasurcrg Janice Hake, Vice Presi- dentg Ed Smerek, President. eldddsfdkddld AT RIGHT: Mrs. Gottschalk, Head Sponsorg Mr. Copp, Mr. Ray, Mrs. Woodrum. MARY JO ARCHIBALD WILLIAM BAHNY, Jr. For the newest in fads, see Archie. Bill is the very best of chaps. ROSEMARIE AUGUSTINE DONNA JEAN BAKER Rosc's smile has won her manv friends. Modest, unassuming ways are Donna's 23 I PENELOPE GENE BATTIN Penny has a lot of "sense." MARGARET JEANNE BEARDMAN Peggy is modesty personified. PATRICK LYNN BECONDER Let's hope Lynn never cuts his hair. EARL B. BERNARD Never a worry comes Sonny's w GERALD J. BESZE A great kidder is Jerry. BETTY JEAN BRADSHAW Betty seldom loses her good humor MARY JANE BROWN ANGELA MARIE CARANO Sometimes the best are seen and not heardg so Angie's hair is our delight. is Mary Jane. RONALD CHARLES BUSER MARY ANN BROWN Ladykiller bold is he, and will be so eternally - Neat and nuivc is Mary Ann. that's Ronnie. 24- aa, 'Meg Wad "74ea mam " Ronald Buser, Leland Kihm, Willie Dawson, James Ezzo, James Mozzillo, John Charles. PATRICIA ANN CATONE JOHN LEONARD CHARLES Putls our favorite songstress. Quiet - unless you know John! LOIS MARIE CHAPMAN PHYLLIS JEAN CHARLESWORTH Lois is our standard for popularity. Phyllis is our devil with a halo. 25 ' 60631 ' Slams " Carole Maxwell, Pat Ferraro, Rose DelGenio, Stephanie Ferradino, Ruth Thomas, Phyllis Charlesworth. ALFRED EUGENE CLIFTON WILLIAM EDGAR CRAIN "What a. muzzuble life! Women, women, Bill's a jolly good fellow. women!" is Fredls cry. KAY FRANCES CONLEY SONDRA KAY CHRISTY Zorro must stay up nights to think up her witty Sonic seems never to worry. remarks. 26 KENNETH CRETELLA Kenny Finds his greatest delight in sports. MARY ANNA DAVEY Mary can really Cut a rug. WILLIE EDWARD DAWSON Willie does more than his share for sports. JEANNETTE MARIE DEL BOCCIO Jeannette is here, there, and everywhere. ROSE MARIE DEL GENIO You can find Rose by her giggle. JOAN MARIE DE LUCIA Jo:1nie's a girl with hidden talents. DONALD CHARLES D'ERAMO BONNIE JEAN DILL Gentle and generous f th:1t's our Don. Oh, so-o-o slim is Bonnie! JANET DI CESARE TERRENCE LEE DILLON Sure-Ashot Janet is our star girl athlete. Handsome is as handsome does 27 THOMAS RICHARD DRUMMOND To Tommy, mischief is merriment. DONALD EUGENE ENGSTROM GEORGE ESTES George has a cheery smile for everyone. Jo ANN ESTES JAMES P. EZZO Jim is the mirror of courtesy. RICHARD FARR If you need Dickie, he is there. PATRICIA JEAN FERRARO JAMES EARL FISHER PM iS HS sweet 21S they COITIC- Jimmy is as calm as a lake on a windless day STEPHANIE FERRADINO ROBERT FERRARO To Stephic, variety is the spice of life. Bob is seldom seen rushing to his classes. 28 Full of fun and fancy free -- that's Donnie. Jo Ann is our sunshine on a rainy day. 746 249 Huge -dau ' STANDING: Mary Ann Brown, Bonnie Dill, Donna Rudge, Jerry Besze, Mary Jane Brown. KNEELING: Nancy Wynyard, Rocco Irilli. LYNN GALAMBOSSY ROBERT L. GOODLIN Lynn's 11 real whiz at the typewriter. Not so quiet as his manner would indicate. LINDA RAE GOIST MARGARET ELIZABETH GREEN Lindrfs beauty will brighten her future. Margaret's friends are never blue. 29 as ' Pawzaggmw if FRONT ROW: Claudia Smith, Loretta Guido, Janet DiCesare, Janice Hake, Pat Catone. SECOND ROW: Carl Malito, Joan DeLucia, Lynn Beconder, Kathy Magill, Bill Bahny. LORETTA GUIDO RONALD HALL L0rctta's Betty Davis voice is the envy of all. Ronnie larks neither popularity nor personality FRANCINE DONNA CRIMALDI JANICE MARIE HAKE A very nice miss is Fran. Will Jan ever run out of that pep? 30 SUSAN ELIZABETH HEASLEY Sue is full of ambition -- at 3:45. JANET EILEEN HORN She's the only Horn in the band. "Smile and the world smiles with you," says JONATHAN HARRIS John is always happy, always gay. STELLA LOUISE HEMLICK She-'s always good-nntured and fancy free. RICHARD ALLAN HORN Dick's motto: Men of few words are the best men. CAROL A. HUDAK Carol. ROCCO JAMES IRILLI DENNIS M. JOHNSON We-'ll miss Rocky in the line, and we don't mean The tortoise got there and so will Mike. stag. DAVID A. JONES David can hardly be milled 21 bookworm. FRANCES JOY Frances is never sud I 31 l MARY ALYCE JULIAN l This small package of vim, vigor, and vitality l is named Mary Alyce. MARGERY ANN KERUL Neatness is Chickey's perfection LELAND EDWARD KIHM Pigeon is the quiet type. JAMES ARTHUR LAMBERT Can you tell the tale without using your hands, Jimmie? MARIE E. LATTANZI Pudgy has malice toward none and charity for all. CARL LIPSKI Carlls words are few, but they're always true. KATHLEEN MAGILL CAROLE GAYE MAXWELL Kathyls jokes keep us in stitches. Max's shining mane is the envy of the other girls. RONALD JOHN LUTSI CARL RICHARD MALITO Why arcn't they all content like Ronnie? Carl goes for girls, collectively. !Mf4f'7ff9 STANDING: Mary Alycc Julian, Carol Mehalco, Terry Dillon, Jeannetta Wolfe. SEATED: Herb Seelbach, Lois Chapman. THOMAS EUGENE MAZZELLA CAROL ANN MEHALCO Tom's from the City - Weathersfneld, that is. Lu need never worry about lack of friends. JOHN MCDONNELL KATHERINE MARIE MORGAN John can't be found by noise. To Kathy, silence is better than empty chatter 33 angaadc-mwls Carol Hudak, Linda Goist, Penny Battin, Kay Payer. STEVE PALKO KAYLEENE JOAN PAYER Cz1scy's aim is to drive 11 high-powered train. Kay's known for hm' Classy Clothes JAMES P. MOZZILLO CARL M. PASCARELLA. -Ir. im is likc' thc' LIIOIIIZ ll mighty milc. Carl is dependable in all things. ' 34 DAWN LEE RILEY Dz1wn's ear is her pride. Ann is willing to do what anyone asks. FRED SCIILADEN Fred is at flashbulb fan, MARGARET RIDGE Giggling is Margie's chief delight. TERRENCE ROSE Tcrry's motto: Anything for a quiet life. ANN LORRAINE ROUGH DONNA KAYE RUDGE People like her because she's herself. IIERB W. SEELBACII. jr. CLAUDIA JEAN SMITH Herbie Captures gals with that deep, deep Ask Claudia the secret of her perpetual smile. voice. EDXVARD SMEREK Big Ed has attained great heights, not only in ALLEN C. SOWERS Sillllllii Allen's humor is as dry as the Sahara 35 RUTH Queen Ruth, HELEN ANN WILLIAMS EDWARD MORRIS SPENCER Ed is quiet but never idle. RICHARD SUDER Richard's pet expression: "Now let me get this straight!" ELLEN THOMAS our Homecoming pride. BARBARA RAE THOMPSON Babs is as Carefree as the winds of spring. RONALD LEE UHR Ron says, 4'Let all things be done in order." BARBARA JEAN VESCO Barb is as sweet as pink lemonade JEANNETTA WOLFE Helen speaks not a word more than needed. Jeannettais blue eyes seem always to sparkle, MARILYN ANN WILLIAMS DAWN ANNETTE WALPOLE Marilyn is proof that good things come in Dawn is sincere in everything she does. small packages. 36 new ' 7c?4ce alddfe STANDING: Margery Kcrul, Mar aret Gre, F d S,hl Good. L YI NG: jzunvs Lzxrnbvrt. g en, re C adcn, Ed Smcrek. George NANCY JOAN WYNYARD To know Nancy is to likv hor. CH-XRLES FRANK ZANDER Full of quiet misvhicf is Sandy. 37 FLOWER Wlhite Gardvnia COLORS Powder Blue and Silver SONG Rhapsody in Blue MOTTO To act is easy: to think is hard MARY JO ARCHIBALD - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1, Publicity Chairman 25 FTA 45 Chorus 1,253,45 Intramurals 3. R O S E M A R I E AUGUSTINE - General -- Y-Teen l,2,3545 GAA 2,3545 FTA 45 Intramu- rals 1,253,45 Junior Play Crew. WILLIAM BAHNY5 Jr. - Industrial Arts - Hi-Y 3,45 Gym Team 1,2. DONNA JEAN BAKER - General. PENELOPE GENE BATTIN - College Prepar- atory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 1, De- votional Chairman 2, Publicity Chairman 45 GAA 2,3,4, Vice President 45 FNC 2,3,4, Advisory Council 45 FTA 253,45 Thespian Club 45 Joumal Editorial Staff 1,2,3,45 Journal Home Room Rep- resentative 45 Reflector Editorial Staff 45 Gym Team 1,25 Bowling Team 2,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 15 Clinic Help 25 Junior Play Cast5 Senior An- nouncement Committec5 Glee Club 1: National Honor Society 4. MARGARET JEANNE BEARDMAN - Com- mercial - Y-Teen 45 Commercial Club 354, Treas- urer 4. PATRICK LYNN BECONDER - Industrial Arts - Chorus 1,45 Track Team Manager 25 Gym Team l,2,3545 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Junior Play Crew. EARL B. BERNARD - Industrial Arts - Chorus 4. GERALD BESZE - Scientific - Hi-Y Chap- lain 45 Thespian Club 45 Chemistry Club 35 Re- flector Business Stall' 45 Key Club 3,45 Program Chairman 45 Chorus 45 Track Team 2,35 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Castg Senior Announcement Committee. BETTY JEAN BRADSHAW - Commercial - Y-Teen 15 Commercial Club 45 Gym Team 35 Intramurals 2,35 Library Staff 1. MARY ANN BROWN - College Preparatory - Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Interclub Council 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 45 GAA 3,45 FNC 2,3545 Treas- urer 25 FTA 45 Chemistry Club 35 Journal Editorial Staff 45 Chorus 1,25 Bowling Team 3,45 Intramurals 2,3545 Ring Committee 35 Clinic Helo 35 Junior Play Crew. MARY JANE BROWN - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 45 FTA 2,3,4, Treas- urer 35 Chemistry Club 3, Vice President 35 Re- flector Editorial Staff 45 Band l52,3,4, Secretary 45 Prom Committee 35 National Honor Society 3.4. RONALD CHARLES BUSER - Industrial Arts - Hi-Y 45 Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Var- sity Football Team 2,45 Reserve Basketball Team 15 Varsity Basketball Team 25 Track Team 15 Bowling Team 15 Intramurals 1,2,3. ANGELA MARIE CARANO - Commereial -- Y-Teen 1,2535 Chorus 1,2535 Gym Team 15253,45 Library Staff 1. PATRICIA ANN CATONE - College Prepara- tory - Y-Tccn 1,2,3,45 Secretary 1,25 GAA 35 FNC 2,3,4, Vice President 45 Thespian Club 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Intramurals 2535 Clinic Help 3,45 Junior Play Cast. LOIS MARIE CHAPMAN A General A Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 Social Chairman 15 GAA 253545 Thcspian Club 45 Reflector Business Staff 45 Gym Team 1,2: Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader l52,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Court 253,45 Junior Play Cast. JOHN LEONARD CHARLES - College Pre- paratory M Chorus 45 Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 35 Intramurals 1,253,4. PHYLLIS JEAN CHARLESWORTH - Cnm- mercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3, Treasurer 1 5 GAA 45 Gym Team 1,25 Bowling Team 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Cheerleader 15 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff .st 1 1 I'-ffl .55 1959 15 Office Help 45 Junior Play Crew. SONDRA KAY CHRISTY - College Prepara- tory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 Service Chairman 2. Meditation Chairman 45 GAA 2,3545 FTA 253,45 Secretary 45 Intramurals 253,45 Senior Song Com- mittee. ALFRED EUGENE CLIFTON - General - Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 2,35 Track Team I5 Gym Team 1,2535 In- tramurals l,2,354. KAY FRANCES CONLEY - College Prepara- tory - Y-Teen 1,2,3545 GAA 3,45 FNC 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Choms 1,45 Bowling Team 3,45 Intramurals 253,4. WILLIAM EDGAR CRAIN - General - Band 1,25 Chorus 1,2545 Track Team 253,45 Toolroom Boy 45 Junior Varsity Football Team 2. KENNETH CRETELLA - Industrial Arts - Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 253,45 Reserve Basketball Team 35 Varsity Basketball Team 35 Track Team 1,25 Intramurals 1545 Homecoming Court 1,25 Toolroom Boy 1. MARY ANNA DAVEY - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,45 GAA 2,3,45 Chorus 45 Gym Team 1,253,45 Bowling Team 2,3545 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 15 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Crew. WILLIE EDWARD DAWSON - General - Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 2,3545 Varsity Basketball Team 35 Track Team 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Toolroom Boy 45 Junior Play Cast. JEANETTE MARIE DEL BOCCIO - Com- mercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 253,45 Com- mercial Club 3,45 Joumal Editorial Staff 45 Chorus 15 Gym Team 1,253545 Bowling Team 2,3545 Intra- murals 152,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 1 5 Oiiice Help 3. ROSE MARIE DEL GENIO - Commercial - Y-Teen 2,45 GAA 2,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Re- flector Editorial StaR' 45 Gym Team 25 Bowling Team 2545 Intramurals 2,45 Prom Committee 3: Library Staff 15 Junior Play Crew. JOAN MARIE DE LUCIA - General -- Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,35 Glee Club 152,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 15 Office Help 2,3,4. DONALD CHARLES D'ERAMO - Industrial Arts. JANET DI CESARE - General - Y-Teen 1,2, 3,4, Service Chairman 45 GAA 2,3,4, Intramurals Manager 3, President 45 Chorus 1,45 Gym Team 15253545 Bowling Team 2,3545 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Prom Committee S5 Athletic Council 45 Oflice Help 3,45 Junior Play Crew. BONNIE JEAN DILL - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 2, Secretary 35 GAA 253,45 FNC 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, President 45 Chemistry Club Secretary 35 Junior Class Treasurerg Journal Editorial Stafl' 152,3,4, Page Editor 2,35 Joumal Home Room Representative 25 Reflector Editorial Staff 45 Chorus 25 Bowling Team 253,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 1525354, Treasurer 3,45 Clinic Help 35 Ameri- can Legion Essay Contest Winner 25 Junior Play Crew5 Library Essay Contest Winner 3. TERRENCE LEE DILLON -- College Prepara- tory - Hi-Y 35 Thcspian Club 45 Reflector Busi- ness Stall' 45 Chorus 45 Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Track Team 2,45 Gym Team 1,25 Bowl- ing Team 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,35 Homecoming Court 45 Junior Play Castg Boys' State 3. THOMAS DRUMMOND - Industrial Arts - Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Reserve Bas- ketball Team 2,35 Varsity Basketball Team 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DONALD EUGENE ENGSTROM - General - Hi-Y 45 Track Team 45 Gym Team 4. GEORGE ERIE., Ihdimrid Aux -.- Chorus 4: Intramurals 25 Toolroom Boy 4. JO ANN ESTES -- Commercial - GAA 253,45 Commercial Club 45 Chorus 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES P. EZZO - Industrial Arts - Gym Team 25 Intramurals 152,35 Bowling Team 2. RICHARD FARR - College Preparatory Chorus 1,2,3,4. STEPHANIE FERRADINO - College Prepara- tory - Y-Teen l52,3,4, Devotions Chairman 15 GAA 2,3,45 Secretary of Points 35 FNC 253,45 Chemistry Club 35 Joumal Editorial Staff 1,2,3,45 Joumal Home Room Representative 35 Reflector Business Stafl' 45 Chorus l,2,45 Bowling Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Clinic Help 35 Junior Play Crew. MIKE FERRARO - Industrial Art: - Track Team 35 Gym Team 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA JEAN FERRARO - Commercial - Y-Teen 2,45 GAA 45 Commercial Club 3,45 Senior Class Treasurer5 Reflector Editorial Staff 45 Chorus 2,45 Bowling Team 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Office Help 45 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Colors Committee. ROBERT FERRARO - General - Bowling Team 35 Golf Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Toolroom Boy 4 5 Junior Play Crew. JAMES EARL FISHER - Commercial - Bowl- ing Team 3,45 Senior Song Committee. LYNN GALAMBOSSY - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 25 GAA 1,3,45 FTA 354, Treasurer 45 Joumal Editorial Staff 45 Reflector Business Stall' 45 Chorus 15 Intramurals 3,45 Library Staff 15 Of- fice Help 1,45 Junior Play Crew 35 Senior Flower Committee 45 Prince of Peace Contest Winner 25 National Honor Societ 4. LINDA RAE GOISTY - College Preparatory -- Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, President 1, Service Chairman 25 GAA 2,3,45 FNC 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Advisory Club' Council 45 FTA 3,45 Thespian Club 45 Joumal Editorial Stall' 45 Girls' State 35 Chorus 1,25 Bowl- ing Team 2,45 Intramurals 2,3545 Prom Committee 35 Clinic Help 25 Junior Play Cast5 Senior An- nouncement Committee 45 Joumal Home Room Representative 35 Reflector Editorial Stafl' 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4. GEORGE E. GOOD - Scientific - Hi-Y Chemistry Club 3,45 Scientific Club 35 Jou ' Home Room Representative 35 Rellector Editorial' Stall' 45 Key Club Co-Chairman of Advertising Committee 45 Intramurals 1,25 Boys' State 3. ROBERT L. GOODLIN - Industrial Arts - Chorus 45 Safet Patrol 2. JOSEPH GRA!! - Industrial Arts - Golf Team 35 Office Help 1. MARGARET ELIZABETH GREEN -- Com- mercial - Y-Teen 2,45 Commercial Club 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Senior Motto Committee. FRANCINE DONNA GRIMALDI - General -- Y-Teen 1,2,45 GAA 45 Chorus 1,25 Library Stafl' 152. LORETTA GUIDO - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 1, Vice President 25 Commercial Club 45 Chorus 152,45 Intramurals 15 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Motto Committee. JANICE MARIE HAKE - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 1,2,3545 Interclub Council 1, President 2, Service Chairman 35 GAA 2,3,45 Sergeant-ab Arms 45 FTA 253,45 President 45 Chemistry Club 35 Senior Class Vice President5 Reflector Editorial Stafl' 45 Chorus 2,45 Bowling Team 2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Flower Committee. RONALD HALL - College Preparatory - Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Ring Committee 35 Homecoming Court 35 Homecoming King 45 Toolroom Boy 45 Junior Play Crew. JONATHAN HARRIS - Industrial Art: - Varsitv Football Team 2: Reserve Rash:-fhall Team 25 Intramurals 1,2,3. SUSAN ELIZABETH HEASLEY - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2545 Commercial Club 45 Chorus 1. STELLA LOUISE HEMLICK - Commercial - Y-Teen 15 GAA 45 Junior Play Crew. JANET EILEEN HORN - General - Y-Teen 1 5 Band 15253545 Chorus 1,253. RICHARD ALLAN HORN - General - Band 1,25 Orchestra 1525 Toolroom Boy 2. CAROL A. HUDAK - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 15354, Vice President 15 FTA 2,45 Re- flector Editorial Stafl' 45 Band 152,3,45 State Music Contest Winner 35 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Kent Scholarship Team: Honorable Mention in State in English IX5 National Honor Society 4. ROCCU JAMES IRILLI - College Prepara- tory - Hi-Y 3,45 Vice President 45 Thespian Club 45 Chemistry Club 35 Junior Varsity Football Team 35 Varsity Football Team 45 Track Team 1,2,35 Bowling Team 45 Intramurals 152,35 Prom Com- mittee 35 Ring Committee 35'Junior Play Cast. DENNIS M. JOHNSON - Industrial Arts - Intramurals 1,25 Junior Play Crew. DAVID A. JONES - Industrial Art: - Junior Varsity Football Manager 15 Varsity Football Manager 25 Bowling Team 25 Intramurals 1,25 Toolroom Boy 3. FRANCES JOY - College Preparatory - Y-Teen l,2,3,4, Treasurer 25 GAA 2,3,45 Chemistry Club Treasurer 35 FNC 2,3,45 Joumal Editorial Staff l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,45 Bowling Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Ring Committee 35 Clinic Help 2,3. MARY ALYCE JULIAN - College Prepara- tory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 FNC 253,45 FTA 3,45 Thespian Club 45 Journal Editorial Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor 45 Joumal Home Room Rep- resentative 1,2 5 Reflector Editorial Stafl' 45 Glee Club 15 Bowling Team 45 Intramurals 1,2,3545 Junior High Cheerleader 15 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Court 15 Clinic Help 25 Junior Play Cast5 National Honor Society 3545 Girls' State 35 Senior Announcement Committee. MARGERY ANN KERUL - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Interclub Council Representa- tive 45 GAA 3,45 Majorette 1,2 5 Intramurals 253,45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Crew. LELAND EDWARD KIHM - Industrial - Junior Varsity Football Team 25 Track Team 2,3,45 Bowling Team 45 Junior High Basketball Team 1. JAMES ARTHUR LAMBERT - College Pre- paratory - Hi-Y 3,45 Secretary 45 Science Club 3,45 Journal Home Room Representative 15 Re- flector Editorial Staff 45 Key Club 3,45 Board of Directors 3, President 45 Glee Club 1,253,45 Varsity Football Team 2,3,4 5 Reserve Basketball Team 25 TrackTeam 152,35 Intramurals 1,2535 Prom Com- mittee 35 Kent Scholarship Team: 16th Place in Division 1 in Latin 1, 12th Place in Division 1 in Latin 11, Honorable Mention in Division 1 in American History5 National Honor Society 3,45 Boys' State 3. MARIE E. LATTANZI - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Commercial Club 3545 Chorus 15 Gym Team 1,25 Bowling Team 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Junior Play Crew. CARL LIPSKI -- Scientific -- Key Club 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3,45 Intramurals 152,35 Prom Committee 35 Safety Patrol 35 American Legion Essay Contest Winner 15 Kent Scholarship Team: 14th Place in State in World History. RONALD JOHN LUTSI - General. KATHLEEN MAGILL - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,35 GAA 253,45 FTA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 35 Commercial Club 45 Journal Editorial Stafl' 45 Reflector Business Stafl' 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Vice President 45 Majorette 1,253, Head Major- ette 4: Chorus 1,25 Gym Team l,2,3,45 Bowling Team 2,3545 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Ring Committee 35 Office Help 15 Junior Play Crew. CARL RICHARD MALITO - College Prepara- tory - Hi-Y 3,45 President 45 Thespian Club 45 Chemistry Club 35 Joumal Home Room Repre- sentative 45 Band 152, State Music Contest Win- ner 25 Key Club 3,4, Senior Advisor 45 Chorus 1,25 Golf Team l,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Prom Com- mittee 35 Ring Committee 35 Junior Play Castg Boys' State 3. CAROLE GAYE MAXWELL - College Prepar- atory - Y-Teen 2,3,4, Music Chairman 25 GAA 2,45 FTA 3,45 Thespian Club 45 Joumal Home Room Representative 45 Chorus 15 Bowling Team 45 Intramurals 45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Invi- tations Committee. THOMAS EUGENE MAZZELLA - General. JOHN McDONNELL - Industrial Arts - Safety Patrol 3. CAROL ANN MEHALCO - Commercial - Y-Teen 2,3,4, World Fellowship Chairman 45 GAA 2,3,4, Points Manager 45 Thespian Club 45 Commercial Club 3,4, Vice President 45 Jour- nal Editorial Stafl' 45 Reflector Assistant Editor 45 Chorus 1,25 Bowling Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 253,45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Cast5 Na- tional Honor Society 4. KATHERINE MARIE MORGAN - Com- mercial - Home Economics Club 152. JAMES P. MOZZILLO - College Preparatory - Hi-Y 45 Chemistry Club 35 Reflector Business Staff 45 Key Club, Co-Chairman of Vocational Com- mittee 45 Intramurals 25 Kent Scholarship Team l: Honorable Mention in Division 1 in Latin l,2. STEVE PALKO - Industrial Arts - Reserve Basketball Team 25 Senior Motto Committee 15 Varsity Basketball Team 3,4. CARL M. PASCARELLA - Scientific - Hi-Y 354, Treasurer 45 Chemistry Club 35 Reflector Busi- ness Stafl' 45 Key Club 3545 Vice President 4, Lieutenant Governor 35 Prom Committee 35 Kent State Scholarship Team: Honorable Mention in Division I in American History 35 Senior An- nouncement Committee5 National Honor Society 3,45 Boys' State 3. KAYLEENE JOAN PAYER - College Prepara- tory - Y-Teen 152,3,4, Fellowship Chairman 1, Music Chairman 25 GAA 253545 FTA 25354, Social Chairman 35 Junior Class Secretaryg Senior Class Secretaryg Joumal Home Room Representative 35 Reflector Editorial Stall' 45 Majorette 1,25 Chorus 1,25 Bowling Team 253,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 15 Kent Scholarship Team: 16th Place in Division 1 in Latin 15 Honorable Mention in Division 1 in Latin 115 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Song Commit- tee5 National Honor Society 3,4. MARGARET RIDGE - General - Y-Teen 45 GAA 15 Chorus 153,45 Intramurals 35 Library Stall' 3. DAWN LEE RILEY - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 45 Chorus 2,35 Senior Flower Committee. TERRENCE ROSE - Industrial Arts - Varsity Football Manager 3,4. ANN LORRAINE ROUGH - College Prepara- tory 4 Y-Teen 25 GAA 3,45 FNC 1,2,3,45 Band 2535 Chorus 1,253,45 Clinic Help 4. DONNA KAYE RUDGE - Commercial - Y-Teen l,2,3,4, Membership Chairman 45 Com- mercial Club President 45 Reflector Business Man- ager 45 Glee Club 15 Office Help 45 Junior Play Crew5 Girls' State 35 Joumal Home Room Repre- sentative 15 National Honor Society 4. FRED SCHLADEN - College Preparatory - Hi-Y 3,45 Chemistry Club 3,45 President 35 Scien- tific Club 35 Joumal Editorial Staff 45 Reflector Editorial Stall' 45 Key Club 3,45 Varsity Football Team 2,3,45 Track Team 2,3545 Prom Committee t 35 Athletic Council 45 Kent State Scholarship Team: Honorable mention in Division I in World History 25 Junior Class Vice President5 National Honor Society 4. HERBERT W. SEELBACH, Jr. - College Pre- paratory - Hi-Y 45 Thespian Club 45 Band 153,45 President 45 Orchestra 1,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4s Tl'3Ck Team l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Cast. EDWARD SMEREK - College Preparatory - Hi-Y 3545 Chemistry Club 3,45 Junior Clas Presi- dent5 Senior Class President5 Reflector Editorial Stall' 45 Key Club 354, Treasurer 45 Varsity Foot- ball Team Manager 2,354 5 Reserve Basketball Team 25 Varsity Basketball Team 3,45 Track Team 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Ring Committee 35 Kent Scholarship Team: First in Division 1, Second in State in World History 25 Third in Division 1, Sixth in State in American History 35 National Honor Society 354. CLAUDIA JEAN SMITH - Commercial - Y-Teen 25354, Social Chairman 45 GAA 2,3,45 Commercial Club 354, Secretary 45 Reflector Busi- ness StaH 45 Chorus 25 Bowling Team 3,45 Intra- murals 3,45 Cheerleader l,3,4 5 Prom Committee 3, Oflice Help 45 Junior Play Crew. ALLEN C. SOWERS - Industrial Arts. EDWARD MORRIS SPENCER - General. RICHARD SUDER - College Preparatory - Hi-Y 45 Chemistry Club 3,45 Reflector Business Staff 45 Key Club 45 Athletic Council Aid 15253545 Kent Scholarship Team: Honorable Mention in Division 1 in Biology. RUTH ELLEN THOMAS - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Joumal Home Room Representative 3,45 Gym Team 15 Bowling Team 2545 Homecoming Queen 45 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Color Committee. BARBARA RAE THOMPSON - General- Y-Teen 25 GAA 45 Chorus l,2. RONALD LEE UHR - Industrial Arts - Band 152. BARBARA JEAN VESCO - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 3545 Chorus 1.25 Bowling Team 3,45 Intramurals 2,3. DAWN ANNETTE WALPOLE - Commercial - Y-Teen 45 GAA 45 Home Economics Club 1525 f f'Commercial Club 45 Chorus 4. 'PHELEN ANN WILLIAMS - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,45 Home Economics Club 1,2535 Chorus 1. MARILYN ANN WILLIAMS - Commercial - Y-Teen 152535 GAA 2,35 Home Economics Club 1,25 Band 1,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Chorus l,2,3,45 Gym Team 1,25 Prom Committee 3. JEANNETTA WOLFE - College Preparatory - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 FNC 253,45 FTA 3,45 Thespian Club 45 Joumal Editorial Staff 1,253,4, Page Editor 35 Journal Home Room Representa- tive 1,2,35 Reflector Editor 45 Band 15 Orchestra 15 Chorus 152535 Bowling Team 2,3,45 Intramurals 253,45 Prom Committee 35 Clinic Help 25 Junior Play Cast5 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls' State 3. NANCY JOAN WYNYARD - Commercial - Y-Teen 1,2,3,45 GAA 3,45 Commercial Club 45 Chorus 25 Gym Team 1,25 Bowling Team 3545 Intramurals 2535 Junior Play Crew5 Senior Motto Committee. CHARLES FRANK ZANDER - Industrial Arts - Joumal Home Room Representative 15 Chorus 1,25 Junior High Football Team 15 Intramurals l,2,3545 Senior Colors Committee 4. JOHN THOMAS SANTAGATA - Industrial Arts 4 Chemistry Club 35 Band 1,25 Orchestra 1525 Chorus 35 Junior Varsity Football Team 15 Varsity Football Team 35 Gym Team 1,25 Bowling Team 152,35 Golf Team 15 Intramurals l,2. FANS OF FASHION FADS Kay Pzxyvr and Curl Mzxlito MERRY MUSIC MAKERS Carol Hudaxk :md Ilcrb Svclbach gifs :me X VVACKY WATER NVITS Lois Chapman and F11-d Svhl4ndr'n 057404 X CONSTANT CAREFREE CHATTERBOXES Suc Hvaslc-y and Jerry Bcsze xxx N K X MH is ii NR N HS: JUMPIN' JIVIN, JITTERBUGGERS Mary Davey and Jerry Bcsze AGILE STRONG-ARM ATHLETES Janet DiCcs:1rc :md Willie Dawson mg km, -Li A 15 .M -ml 44 A F E m isis, f X . 1. X Q s ' e ,ig Q 4 bf Aw .-Q WN is gum:-me K A Q .As if 5 -1 1' Q. A ff Q YS ' Nxvf Nt' Q3 . 1Q.5' Q: Q 3 yt -Kung-Q-......3ig,1f zz.. ,L F 5 5 5 5 if r f Q - 'wa .., 5 S Q Jggv.. 4 Q Q T432 f 3 F S X W Mm.. KW f - Q X... N S . . . . 8222 , we H I- . ff. i . 5 XE . 1. x.. i M ....,, .KE , ,.,. 5 ..: A i K . . KY-ww4.11 , l K ' 11' 2 -' ' f v -F' s 0 ' Mom- - .A kk x K: -. -"jf-. K. M .Q-ff . .W ff 0 N, .L ,vu 1 Q Q pf, 4.05 - '1 Q 'N x X 4' 4 ,353 Z. ' . 4. . -V W fe" W- kgakv . RX X , . at S . Cnr plux lirernxe rquah' .vnziles A FRONT ROVV: Marshal Pmvm-rs, Gail lNIorg4m, Jay Patrick. SECOND ROW: clLlllll'I'lIll' l'vt1':m'ai. Rclwrczi lN101'gJ1Il, Donna Purlmugli. THIRD ROW: Cairmvlln Pctrnrczl. Eleanor Pnllom-. Sauiclrn Plimimvr. Put l"l4mton. Edward Pic'- vuvli, Rolu-rr O'Nc'il. John Puglivsv. Get your Iickrt for !lf'IFl'4gIlNlF IIIUIFI' lien' FRONTROli'.' -Iucly llixlcr, Anclrvw Aurilio, Rivllxlrrl .'XIIll5I'0S0. SEATED: .IULIIIIIP .AI'llSl1l. Estclln Bulmy. SECOND ROW: Bah Aiiclvr- sou, Kgirvn Baxttiii, .loc Aurilio, lmuis Aiitmiixvci, jaunvs Avonzi, lllljxlllll' Brim-. James Arhiv, Surah Ji-nu Airzito. Nimn-fimv antirx nnizur gang -- FRONT ROIV: Xvlllllllll ll.mlm-y, Snimclrgi Krgiyuxik, SECOND ICOIV: Rgiymoncl Alonvs, llm'm'vi0v0 lgllvll, Bvtty Kannzlrr. THIRD HOIV: Larry livwis, Arthur l,41tt:1n7i, Csailm Kvrc'kc's, Rohm-rl Km-lly. STAND- ING: llaxvial -Iorzu. Joseph Ilorvalt. Plaltfr rlmftrr' !'l'1lUl'Y through gym: - FRONT ROIV: llvtv Svvola, Yivtor Svqirloss. J.1c'k Srllilslvr, Frrd Sclilisiw, Uiamxl Rc'c'sc'. DOIILIYLII1 Rogusky, Ronald Rulminsun. SI:'l.'OND ROIV: David Subolizl, Bnrlmra Rlll-ll, l'lllNVllI'Ll Rgmvy. Phyllis Rozzo. 4 my HY as . , Yu ,V Q A ,fb YW 3Wf3sfQ'Q Q2 f iy 4 , Z N4 4, 2 's 3' f, Q if N we-, ' K- ' ak w , A Q' 'N MV ..., ., Y w s' A A I, with 139 , ,f-My - , A Q ,f . A A-. F , r, . . , HWY Q ,J ., , ,we gg .4 . WW, ,J if H. sf: A . vp rw nf . ,fy X1 ,: M Q vu.. 'FFR .-135' . ,,, 1 ' . 'nw in f' ii' P is H' 5. x is ws M iw. 'Y MAJ ff. M ,, Y xv? gg in sk, ...E1.g , mq 'fix ,EF Ny as AA-.....,L Af. -1. .K ,vm WK ,i vi' an .wk 2' i .x .5 :jj 'f .. ,g5 as , " ' EJ is 5 ..fL ' x ' 9 - is ff ' -' Q . 13:1 Y E I L 'A L , 1. , A W' W-MM 2. 'mga gr X ,HZQ I A 'f K - . Nun 'W 61 ' Q N J.. QL 1 i, K ' 0 . ' , yn' , V E1 k fy I 'f 5 X ,YMLQHY 1 K 3 S' Q' -w E 1 f -X. 5 mx? nm gag f Q26 W' S X 2 T .- .2 1 i S 5 if X ff L V X. .wg-'iw .N .X f - - gas QS ff an M. W Mf x 5 . . Q .1 ., t FUI wgglw, 1Q.Q N ,, .1 "Z xx ' A , 'fQfCf1fQ if xx fra w,Yg iw Q' SNQA if N 1 ' Nw 'nu , v.. -, 9:9 '. ite ,' ab X 552 A ij YU: Mn X as 7 fx v 3 ig N ' fs ' Y' is .X J , Egg NX' Q gig? - is . f b kv . g if Q U ' Lie v l,IiI"'l' PAGE. FRONT ROW: Jaek Gruber, Joe Parilla, Ronald Davis. Martin, Molzillo. Anthony Aurilio, James Pixzulo. Sain Davis, Sit-plien Hawryluk. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Ruggiero, Phyllis Rollo, Lillian Ferguson, Hazel Lovitz. liileen Ritter, Naney Pauley. Joann Properzio, Mary Call. THIRD RUl1':i Carol WOfkIIl2lH. Carol Regalia, Carol Whitford. Julia Dm-Sinione, Audrey Guido, Suzanne Ross, Mary Sentich. Carroll Mason, Sally Bowers, Peggy Dillon. Nancy Perry, Sandra Evantush. FOURTH ROIVI Jean Witt. Marlene Iaixnin. Janiee Willialns, Joan Dandino, Diana Cloliol, Jose-rpli Sahatino. Sandra Sweeny, Patty Fer- rielg. IVIFTII ROPV: Robert Granny, Vie Nespeea, Amos Wlalker. W'alter lliosking, Riehard DelBoec'io, Jerry Santa- gati. Martha Balti6.xRegina Costarella. Ray Hurley. SIXTH ROW: Fred Ritter. Ronald Maxnriek, Bill Seward, Charles James. John Shank,:Edward Heiinerdinger, Kenneth Dum 54564005 Kuhns, Charles Matkovieh. SEVENTII ROW: Juanita Heekmun, Patrieia Norton, hfary Corsale. lNIary Ann Clon- stantino, Mary Jo Ezzo, Margaret Minear, Sandra llines, Naney Wining, Sharon Seelbaeh. EIGIITH ROW: Wlayne Frankford. Robert Heasley, Darryl Meyers, Richard Mellor- miek, Mike Lipski, Cary Brown. Terry Payer. Jerry Borne- miss, Riehard Brute. RIGHT PACE. FRONT ROIV: Glenn Verner, Chester Pontuti. Toni XVatts. Dan Ambrose, Ron Searfo, John Patros. Buteh Kovaehik, Ed Walsh. SECOND ROIV: Barbara Crum, Jeannette Davey. llene Walker, Carol Srnail, lNIareia Noderer, Pat Ragozine, Mar- tha Graziane, Anna Dlfklessanclro. THIRD ROW: Carol Unbehagen, Barbara Moore. Lana Pauley, Judy Frankford. Margie Spirer, Janice Davey. Marilyn Fisher. Paulette Mieha. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Hulvalehiek, Phyllis W'al- pole, Sandra Borsick, Janet Springer, Pat Dillenzo, Pat 1 , ' ,, 1 h.., ,, . ,.., si -if . f , 1. ar' . f., ,... ., .V """-. -e-N.. 50 I Ke-hn, -Iitn Patti, FII"'I'll RUIVJ Dick Ar- nott, Richard Cataffa, Ralph Dc'lsvron0, Danny -Iorza, Anthony Zuppo, Ronald Dr- Pivtro, Mike- Ginnnarvo, Jon' Dt'l"almiu. How- ard Bvartlman. SIXTH ROIV: Bonnie Darr, lklargit' Milli-r, llianv Grifhth, Phyllis Guiclu- lmalcli, Eilvvn Pvncllv, Dorothy Bvrnard. Cathy Clark, Ruth Ann Sparling, Betty Svarfoss, Nora Carmotly, Slfl'1:'NTl1 R0l1'.' Zignnind Km-rt-kos, 'llllOIl12lS Hollcrn, Sam Davis, Frank Gallo. Phillip Gargolinr, Joc- Cllanrt-, 'llll0lllLlS Paolonc. -lov Milvs, Frank Santagata. LEFT PAGE, FRQNT QROW: Richard Reddinger, Tim Fisher. Anthony Depietro, Anthony Patrone, Bruce Frank- ford, William Briguglio,iWalter Pietrowski, Louis Payak. SECOND ROW: Dolores Koren, Charlene Badgett, Bar- bara Anzelmo. Cecilia O'Brien, Marguerite Esposita, Sandra Bradshaw, Donnettizi Dafvis, Ruth Jones. THIRD ROW: Ann Mata' Reyes, Lorraine Enyeart, Marilyn Cole, Carol Fox, Judith MrCale, Caeole Graham, Rose Marie Guthrie, Lora Estes. FOURTH ROIV: Steve Balog, Robert Oaks, Robczft Plotner, Johm Srjhuyler. Frank DeLaratta, Robert McClellan. Ralph Mozzillo, Carl Chito, Leonard Germano. FIFTH ROW: Diane Engstrom, Janet DelGuidice, Diane Christopher, Karen Christy, Sharon Campbell, Judy Creed, Karen Papp, Karen Seaich, Lana Rae Worley. SIXTH RON? lNIarvin Sutcliffe, Rodney Pepper, Phillip Koppel, vVilliam Barber, Fred Morris, Phillip Patti, David Leskovec, Dennis Swectapple, Carlson Channel, Robert Harvey. SFVIYNTII ROW: :Rosemary Ruclge, Kathy Oaks, Ruth 5 e , et an and Tillery, Kathy Woolweaver, Judy Walpole, Irene Mattson, Valeria Pietrowski, Paula O,Brien, Douglas Hite, Kenneth Welk. EIGHTH ROW: Reginald McGinnis, Robert Mor- gan, Joseph Kiulighan, Kerry Augustine, Mike Rakich, Leonard Schober, John Losch, James Acierno, Donald Weimer, John Fay. RIGHT PAGE, FRONT ROW: Albert Kollar, James Britt, Peter Dillon, Danny Eno, Thomas Kay, Ronald Knight, Joseph Parillo, Gus Scaglione. SEC- OND ROW: Jean lyiohn, Dianna Schuyler, Peggy Cekuta, JoAnn Sabino, Enid Davey, Doreen Stark, Karen Zeller, Mary Sexton, THIRD ROW: Bonnie Holmes, Carol Nau, Bonnie Piecuch, Jean Srnail, Dorothy Vodelko, Barbara Fisher, Velma England, Gretchen Smythe, Concetta Antonucci, Betty Chapman. FOURTH ROW: Kathleen Dillon, Charleen Dietz, Michael Carson, David Hinds, Calvin Flickinger, John Ceteras, James Hageman, Thomas Kitts, Robert Houck. FIFTH ROW: Donald Knight, Mag- dalene Pozega, Patricia Werblan, Dianna Rickard, Sheila .ruin-vw ,.N..., .,. Q f i S I I I May Coe, Sue Eck, Dolores Kihm, Pamela Ritter, Lynette Rush, Philip Costarella. SIXTH ROW: Ralph Lambert, Walter Loshur, Vincent DeSalvo, Donald Stark, Henry Reese, Joseph Scaglione, joseph She- rock, David Williams, Richard Piecuch, SEVENTH ROW: Odessa Johnson, Marie Drummond, Josephine Gray, Mary Lou Wil- Iiams, Karen Houck, Margaret Doyle, Diane Marlow, Lynn Miller, Ralph Marquez. EIGHTH ROIV: Roland Mushmsh, Arthur Citarelli, Merril Bluedorn, Myrell Scoville, John Barner, William Moncrief, Joseph Ragazzine, Joseph Sarra, James Petrarca. Keep it up! 1- Betty Chapman, Concetta Antonucci, JoAnn Sabino Karen Zeller. --uname ,R--sv Q 53 c . 1 . LEFT PAGE, FRONT ROW: Charles Sexton, Phillip Courtney. John Dglir, Kenneth Phillips, John Kay, Jack Cook, Frank Luzari Royl McCale. SECOND ROW.' Karen Stark, Bernadette Glass,iGhristine Rozzo, Bonnie Lindolph, Carol Mills, Jaekid Prife, Karole Papp, Carol LaCerva. THIRD ROW: Bob Boiic. Raymond Miles, Sandy D'Ales- Sandro. John Piecuich, Paul Stibinger, Thomas Wynyard, ffhothas Grosbeck, Richard Tillery, Allen Smail, Anthony fMaidrana. FOURTH QROW: Carole Swanegar, Judy Schufter. Judy Wallace. ganette Edwards, Barbara Morgan, iWanda Bennett, Helen Reid, Donna Allegra, Kitty iTh0l1l2lS. Cindy Ndvellq, Bette Noderer. FIFTH ROW.' llohn? Winowich. 'Hhomfas Venardos, Jack Simons, John lMilliigan, Bill Fay. Eddie Lewis, Robert Ferguson, Joe De- iljrofib. SIXTH ROW.-J Bob Golapietro, David Brown, aines Nail. Janet Garanb, Kathy Lumm, Barbara Fergum, Viarilyn IIt'llIIl2ll'l1'1,iSllCi Hite. SEVENTH ROW: Linda 3 J il mf scam 14, Watson, Diana Palornbaro, Barbara Thomas. Sharon Smith, Gayle Bartholomew, Patty Owens, Ada Belle Miller, Sandra Gampbell. EIGHTH ROW: Rickey Templin. John Comer, John Schuler. Tom Evans. Walter Stanley. Emil Dzur, George Weaver. RIGHT PAGE, FRONT ROW: Jack Clark, Peter Rosace, Eugene Livi, Thomas Battin. Jim Grain. Paul Franko. Russell Humaniuk, Bill Hylbert. SEC- OND ROW: Dinetta Roniane. Margaret Rozzo. Betty Tondo, Edith Eisenhower, Joanne Harvey. Bonnie Hargate, Judy Spicer, Karen Kielb. THIRD ROW: Jackie Fynes, Michael Brezinski. David Guidubaldi. Bill McCoy, Dick Keagy, Tony Nyktas. Billy YN'ining, David Patterson. Karen Goist, Josie Brczovcek. Linda Ardale. FOURTH ROW: Gladys Aho, Bertha Stuekey, Evelyn Michaels, Ge- lida Kitts, Eugenia Concannon, Linda Costarella. San- dra Green, Jim Raney, Kenneth Rayouk, James Bry- ant. FIFTH ROW: David Nau, Jerry DiTullo, Allen ? 2 a at Z at ,,, g . . Nielson, Charles Talet, David Guzaliak, John Funk, Larry Mohn, Walter Howell, Bruce Garaway. SIXTH ROW: Juanita Caval- ranti, Pain Martin, Mary Woomer, Barbara Shaeklofk, June Pazillo, Leah Connelly, Judy Brainard, Harriet Goldberg, Carol Graham. SEVENTH ROW: Marilyn Ferradino, Ger- aldine Kollar, Jeanne Riley, Sue Coggins, Toni Beeonder, Karen Miles, Ellen Walker, Grace Connelly, EICHTH ROW: Jeremiah Harris, Gibson Pugh. Bill Hilston, Richard Mieha, Thomas Sampson, Anthony Christo- pher, Goree Triplctt. How d'ya like it? - FRONT ROW: Thomas Battin, Carol LaCerva. SEC OND ROW: Judy Spieer, Karen Kielb. A nm, .x ,.... A M 55 f W W ,, .mum s Q ., we . ,A -4. f..L,. 3 WQQ3-'-' ff 5 "'A 94 2 5 . wg .,W ,A i .5f.-f - A v- gif j. Y, ' A A 5 gs E , if --ww my I 935, X Q 3 X ei .2 E in 'W 4fN,...,,:4,, 14? .S Es 3' i X f NT 2 ,. 3 1 al 351 5 6 . S. s 5 x 2 E 2 s 5 S x ? Q E 253 S 3 E 5 :Sk mfs wi Ti uni X Q Q S, K. 5 X 2 E 5 Y 5 s + Q 5 E S 5 . X - ww: Q' 3 x iQ D Y .-1 ff ' Ox EH N 'ish' fi ' , i LQ. X I' 'Nm K ,, Q vgwm fm' 'N' 4-me ,W 5 v 3 30,226 .vgcxkrg Q as E J, .1 K , Y.. , cgi, . ' i ' I-s X' Zfi ,,,, E Q,-Q R I x 5 . X 1 B if k .:,"o , xx I O O 3 5 5 : ?'!!W 49' K ,kk,L ,MWA A N , Q. ,MV . D,.,,,A. ,W ,,,,Qa.x, .H A -vL,,,w ff -ww '-Hfvvff-Hffwkfviik-?-.,n.Q,L, we A . -,-,.' I qmgfu ,X A-f' sviss-vglfm V . 1' W - . w?E'?iL7f'iBY5' ,Q-wp fusimlfi W3y,'f,1f:. P-.ff"-'- 4. '25 3,9 gil f , , 1 F' : 'L ' K Y' - , f , ff ,T,f,f.L,. , , , vm... ,Q vc 'A , M 4 F 1- nuvnu-s pn-suln-Ll on-1' by ilu- 1957 Qll1'l'Il, Gail G1'ifHtl1. rlxlllf Grznul lN1z11'c-11, 11-11 111' 'l'lu-i1' lNl11jm-slim-s lllllll und R01111i1-, 1Jl'0X'lll4'il ll c'li11111x lm' llu- 1-vc-11i11g, 'l'lu- king und illlQ't'Il wc-ru Cll0Sl'll l1y pop11l111' x'c1t1- of tlu- cntiri- slilclc-nt luuly, and 1llC :ilu-1111111115 lmy llu-i1'i1uli1'icl11:1l c-lnssc-S. 74' ' ' ace lirigln ym-llow IIIIIIIIS 011111111511-cl with fill'2ll'lllS rc-cl and black to llllllit' 11 11-slivv :1i1' lm' llu- Lllllllllll 11111111-c-o111i11g ganu- on cJl'10lN'l' 2-1, XN'll0l1 llu- fi1I'11l'll lligl1 Irulizins nu-1 llu- Cjilllllllilfll R1-cl 171-vils, 'l'lu- lmig l'X't'Il1 nl' llu- l'X't'I11Ilg Cllllllx at l1:1ll'-limo NVlll'll ilu- Q111-1-11, ll11ll1 lllll0lll1lS, and tlu- King. ll0UIl1L' Hull, wx-rc IJl'l'Sl'Il1l'll, along with 1llt'1I' 1'c11n't. For llu- cl1u1c1- lu-ld ll1c lc1llowi11g niglu, llu- 0111-1-1'l1-:ull-1's cluvsm- ilu- 1lll'11lC "Fascina- tion," Pink clcuuls znul glittm-1'i11g stars s11sp1-11cl1-cl f1'0111 21 l1l'JlYK'1lly l3ll1l' sky znul g':111vy pink in-1-s s111'1'c11111cli11g tlu- cluncc- lloor 011-4111-cl ll 1-Al1I'ylAlI1Ll l72ll'liQl'OllIlCl for c'o1'c11111tio11 61-11-- ON Ul'PUSl'l'li P.-USE, FRONT ROIV: BELOXV: B.11'l1g11'11 Ylll1i7II1ilS. llllllll 1Vinowi1'l1. liiglllll lXLll'1'Il Ll'lll'l'. X llH'l'I11 131-S.1lx'11, -1111111 1Vin0- Clrgulm- .'x11t'lltlllll1SQ -111.11111 P1'11111-rziu. 'l's-rry Puym-r, So11l1o- wi1'l1, l1.11'l1.11'.1 lllllUIIl.lS, Sl1'ffl7.X'D 160112 lIll7l'l' .'x11l'IlllllI11S1 Lois cllllllllllllli. lvrry Dillon. S1-nior N1.11'y.l11 l'.1I1'11s. l.1111is .-X1111111111'1'i, T1-1'1'y PLIYUIA. ,'X11l'I1ClilIl1SI lllllll Vl1llOIll1lS. Runnin- Ilnll. c,2lll't'Il :111cl -10.11111 l'1'up1'1'fi11. 'l'llIl1'D lflllif' Lois fllldll- Ki11g1 41.111 flriflitli. 1957 1101111-a'11111i11g f,llH'l'IlQ Mary lll1lll. 'lll'l'l'Y l31ll1111. l"C7I'lf'l'l1 RUIVJ Ronnia- Alu Palms, l,o11is .'X11tc1111u'c'i, .Iunior .'x11l'IKl1ll11SQ Kslrvn ll.1ll. lill1ll lllllUIll.lS. 21-111-r, Vinrr-nt 171-S:1lvo. Ffl'Slllll2ll1 A111-11Ll:111ts. , .1 1 .. .11 f 1 . Mix 59 No mugging . . . call the next group . . . put that table over here . . . REMEMBER DEADLINE'S THURSDAY! These oft-repeated instructions characterize any day that the Reflector picture crew is hurrying from one part of the building to another. The Reflector Stalls goal is to highlight and pre- serve in pictures and words the varied activities and events that comprise a school year. First on the agenda is the question of theme and cover. Once these have been selected, there are pages to be planned and drawn, picture schedules to be made and followed, copy to be written, and always dead- lines to be met. VVhile the editorial staff spends hec- tic fifth and sixth periods putting the book together, the business stall wears out shoe leather during after- school hours of ad collecting. The actual sale of the Reflector calls for a publicity campaign as well as salesmanship on the part of all staff members. Out of such stufl has this book of memories come. UQ NO DlSTUl? Basic plans for yearbook appear on ladder dia- gram and in dummy -- Miss Sehunun, Carol Mchalco, Assistant Editorg Jeannettxn Wolfe, Editor. 60 Page draftsmen draw with slide-rule prefixe- ness - Ed Smerek. James Lambert, George Good, Fred Schladen. Editorial Sfflg identifies picturex and prepares copy 1 Mary Alyce Julian. Linda Goist, Penny Battin, Janice Hake. Kay Payer. Bon- nie Dill. ' earn "Path to 1"uturf"' ix thfrmr' for Rcflcctur sales ranzpaign - Carol Huduk: Mrs. Rvsslcrg Donna Rudgv, Business Mnnzigvrg hir, Murphy. Bu,vine.v.v Staff clzcckx rrxzllts of nd collection: FRONT ROW: Tvrry Dillon. Stvpliuniv Fer- ranclino, Jann:-s Mozzillo. Kathy Mugill, Lois clllilplllllll. SECOND ROIV: Curl Pnscnrclla, Cluuclian Smith. Lynn Gulgunhossy. Richard Suclvr, jvrry Bi-szv. The Rehector ix out, but the picture crew ir all in - FRONT ROW: Pcnny Bnttin, hizlry Alyve Julian, Frcd Schlu- dcn, Cc-orgc Good. SECOND ROWY Linda Goist. Carol Mvhulvo. STANDING: Jczxn- nm-tt:1YVolfc. 61 7'ypim turn out copy with zz beat Put Fc-r rxiro, Rose DvlGcnio, Mary June- Brown, 4 SW! Adrimr and Editor rherk front page while Assistant Editor and Page Editors read other articlrx SEATED: Frvd Schladvn, Mary Call. Janice Dr'Pictro. STANDING: Marsha Powers, Assistant Editor: Mary Alycc Julian. Editor: Mrs. NVOOCITIIIII. Papoose reporters learn from Port'-Wort' reportfrx SEATED: Pat Planton, Dizxnv Griftith. Josif' Brt-zovrvk, Carol Mchalco. STANDING: Pain Rittvr, Karon Hoist, Magdalene Pozcga, The photographer snapv a pirture of typixlx while the artist romfzlftm doodlf SICATISD: Lynn Calarnbossy, STAND- ING: jvanvttv lit-lllmccio, Kathy hlagill. Gvorgc Good. Reportert hnd a funny joke in the journal STANDING: -It'annt'tta NYolfv. Stvplianic' For- rztdino. Bonnit' Dill, Pvnny Battin, Iiincla Hoist. SEATED: Mary Ann Brown. .Ioan llandino, Kathy Fitzgcrald. Sllllltflfll Kraynak. Lana YVorlvy, Franfvs Joy. 'and7 S Bu.virze.v.v Manager giver axxignnzents to Business Stag -- STAND- ING: Phyllis Uuidubnldi. Mary Lou Williams, Karen Battin, Judy WVilli:uns, Joan Gruhzun. SEATED: Janice Williams, Betty Chap- man, Marilyn Fisher, Roberta Fisher, Marcia Noderer, Mary Jo Patros. EW If it happens at Girard High, it's in the Journal. Extracurricular activities, club news, sports, elections, scholastic achievements, personal news notes s all these crowd the four-page paper which appears monthly. Masterminding production are an editor and an assistantg under them a bustling crew of page editors, reporters, typists, ad collectors, photographer, and car- toonist pool their efforts. Wfhen they cry, S'Extra! Extra! Read all about it!" the Girard High public is eager and waiting. High on the list of the year,s big times is the observance of Sadie Hawkins' Day, sponsored by the Journal. lfil Abner never has a chance when Daisy Mae pursues himg and Marryin' Sam ties the knot at the annual dance, while the Yokums and all the kickapoo-juice crowd join in the festivities. Mummy and Puppy Yokum look on ax Ifil Abner and Daisy Mae hear vows from Marryin' Sam - Pat Planton, Jerry Besze, Carl Malito, Rocky Irilli, Sfmrfx zt'ri!f'r.x' gnlher to romplete axxignnzents --- SEATED: Phil Koppel, Ronnie 'l'eeter. Jim Britt. STANDING: XV:1lter Loshur. 63 Claudia Smith. To zeork they go - - Mary Jane Brown, Lynn Calarnlmossy, Mary Ann Brown, Fred Schladen. 772-4 sw Every year more is heard of the need for teachers. F'l'A clubs all over the country are working toward the satisfying of this need. After a solemn candlelight initiation. the members of the local club are kept busy with activities such as their annual reception for parents attending open house, an exciting day teaching in the grade schools, and annual convention day. during which they hear some leader in the held of education. Regular meet- ings are held twice a month. FRONT ROW: Penny Batting Kathy Magillg Kay Payer: Lynn Galamhossy, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mary Jane Browng Sondra Christy, Secretary, Mary Jo Archibald. THIRD ROW: Jeannetta Wolfe. Rosemarie Augustine, Carol Hudak, Linda Goist. STAND- ING: Mary Ann Brown: Carole Max- wellg Mary Alyce Juliang Miss Fergu- song Janice Hake, President. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Bernard, Anna D'Alessandro, SECOND ROW: Janet Springer. Donna Purhaugh. Louise Mai- orana, Nora Carinody. TIIIRD ROW: Barhara Huggins, Diana Reese. Connie Faiver, JoAnne Brine. FOURTH ROPV: Marilyn Fisher, Judy Bixler. STANDING: Diane Griffithg Sandra Stabi: Karen Batting Mary Callg Mar- tha Balticg Regina Costarellag Miss Ferguson: Betty Charles, Viee Presi- dent. FRONT ROIV: Nliss Burtsfielcl. lwiary Lou YVillianis, Jean lNiohn. Magtlelene Pozega. SECOND ROW: Carol La- Cerva. hiargaret Doyle. Josephine Gray. Patty Owens. Donna Allegra. TIIIRD ROW: Linda Costarella, San- dra Green, Lorraine Iinyeart. Karen l Zeller, Josie Brezoveek. 1"UI'RTlI i ROIV: Eugenia Coneannon, Kathleen Dillon, Dianna Rickard. Dorothy Vo- delko. Concetta Antonut'ei. I"II"TII ROIV: Karen llouek. Diane Marlow, l Linda Ardale, Jeannie Riley. Marilyn l Ferradino. . A g guy? ' 'l'lu' lillli l'l'C0gIl1M'S that the Competent St'l'I'l'l2ll'll'S so Illllfll 111 Cl0IIl2lIMl these days lIlllSl llavc' personality and poise as well as skill to luwlcl tlu'i1' own 111 a Cmnpetitive l111si1u'ss worlcl. 'l'o s11pple11u'nt the train- ing tlu' l'0IllIlll'l'Ci21l eonrse provicles. the elnb sponsors a series of IJl'0gl'2lIIlS with these goals 111 view. Mernhers profit from the Lulviec' ol' speakers who have found a niche in tlu' worlrl tlu' girls wish to enter. Z load f-Mead! FRONT ROW: Donna Rndge, President: Carol Melialeo, Vive Presi- clentg Peggy Bearchiian. Treasurer: Claudia Smith. Seeretary. SECOND ROl1'.' Airs. Cannatti. Miss vvylillld, lWarie Lattallzi. Naney W'y11yarcl, Loretta Guido, Rose Delflenio. Mary Davey. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Charlesworth, Kathy Mallill. FOURTH ROW: lx1ilI'g2lI'l'I Green, Dawn Walpole, Pat Ferraro. Jeanette DelBoeeio, Betty Bradshaw. 77i6S,eaw ' '7 Wfork, learning, and f11n are the bywords ol' Illl'IlllJt'l'S ol' tlu' FNCT. A11 llll1ll'i01lS lllllllllillll party lwgan tha' year. Since then, tlu' elnlm has spo11so1'1'1l hake sales. eancly sales. illlll a lmig soeial 1'x'1'nt ol' tlu' season, tlu' Siiowtlalu' F1'olic'. Visits to x'a1'io11s hos- pitals, assisting tlu' school nnrse at pre- school clinic ancl pateli-test liIl10, anal ad- lllllllSll'l'lIlg lirst aicl clnring' the sehool clay p1'ox'icl1' II1l'Illl3l'l'S with llINll'l'Sl1lIlCllIIg of anal l'XIJl'l'll'l1l't' 111 tlu'i1' f11t111'1' profession. Jeannetta Wolfe: Stephanie Ferradinog Franees Joyg Ann Rough: Saunclra Kraynakg Linda Goist, 'IiI'I'llSl1I'l'I'1 Kay Conley: Mrs. Unger: Bon- 11ie Dill, Presidentg Mary Ann Brown: Mary Jo ."hT1'llllHllCl1 Nancy Terleeky: Pat Catone. Viee Pr1'sicl1'11t: Penny Batting Carole Martin: -loan lllllllllllill Sharon Seelhaeli, 1"RO.Y'l' ROIV: Phyllis Rollo. Mary Janc l'll'lIIlSl0I'. ,lllIll' lV1'.11'1'1', Sl:'CO.YD ROW, SI','A'l'lflJ.' 'l.ll1l'l llell111.11111, Jo.-X111u' Brine. l.011- 1s1' M.1io1'.111:1, lklary .'Xly1'1' Julian. lltillillly Rug- giero. Jean Witt. STANDING: Mrs. Unger: .Indy Willixnns, Secretary: joan Graham: Lo11ise Cl11ny11l113 Pat Coder: Carol Dnclleyg Gail Mor- gan: Ruth Sparlingg Janiee lvllli1lIIlS2 Marge Sentieh. AL. Y? TSS' ,A R. E ,.- .i.,i sa V. 6 ig. , Q L ' fcfgw ' ' Q 51 N it ' x ,S fi 1 in W " I Af. A i, 2 ' wth x '11 is My 1 f M7152 , 41,41 8 S as. .- .X A , , ., n ,Avy .,. ' fv AAi- N- LI 2 ,ff A nf "f' ff--f Qi Q' My , HW lp- Q Q . Z.. L -:x X ' XL .: Q '. Iv kg, 'Q F, A A537 7 , . ,og K kk '- ' f--fa Q , if ' I Ai 'J ' 7 f yy ' I . ,,. .51 4 - K, ,L4VA!L, 'V , XB 4. X i gy 1113 anii.z . 'QL X . il lil? H4 ins kxi.. X ,I i gi 'Y' X 1 qi. N . 1 Q e i 1 'Pg f V R 1 . Y: ar M '- K K' b! X . N Y? , V' 4 ,fe x 3 ,A gf R Y XVI, ... 4 ,, X' ew f " W , . 1' 3 9:46 Wwe! 'l'o ll l111111l lIl1'llllJl'I' tl11- lxmcl is 1111111' tl1:111 Il 111o1':1l1- l111os11'1'. It is 1111 cclu- Cz1ti011 l11 ilsvll. C011t0Sts clvx-1-lop puiw :111cl z1ss111'z1111'1'1 long p1'z1c'tic'11s lililfll pz1ti1'111'v 111111 1-11cl111'1111c'01 ox- c'111'si1111s to olllvr schools, Contests, 1-lc: 1111-1111 llllll and 1'claxz1tio11: but most of llll ilu- lmzmcl tc'z11'l1c's l111w to gc! along with pf-oplv. as 11111sicians work l0Q1'llN'l' in 1'11S0111blcs, 01' SCC- lions, 111' ilu' 11111jo1'cLtc C01'pS. and in Illlllll'I'UllH 111o11cy-11111ki11g p1'0jcc'1S. MAjORIf'l'TlfS, FRONT ROIV: Judy XYilli11111s. SECOND ROW: lllllllfi' Wil lllll IIS, Li11d11 YN':1tso11, Sully liowvrs, Kllllly Maxgill. lX1Qlgll.lll'Ili' llufvggnt -l:11'ki1 Fy111's. Carol Sistilo. l'lfIfl.'l'SSll7.N'.' 'llllUIllllS l,1lUlUlll'. -lklllll u0l1'1'AlS, Dlck Kl'ilgy', licl Klinv. 'l'UHAS.' l'1'1'1'y l7.lI'li. Phil Kmvppvl. ll1'1'l1 Scvllx Mr. Svcll1:11'l1. DIR lfCTOR, 11'l1. C'UIf.YETS AND T1CI'1HPlf'l'S, l"lfON'l' IfUl1': A11Il1o11y P11l1'111111. .'X111l14111y 211111111 Ro1111ld fllllllilf. D.1x'i1l -lllflll. Slfl,'UND RUIV: Rlllllllkx Cilloul, mlm- l'.1rillo. lN'11llc'r l,OSl1l1l'. Rl4'llLlI'Cl 'll1'111pli11, SA XOPll0.'Vl:'S A ND 1iAlC1'l'l?Nl5S, IVICUNY' lfUll': Marty Iwlozxillo. lVlZlYll'lll' L11111111, tll'Llll lVI0llI1. Pvlu- S1-1'11l41. Slff,'UND ROW: Cary Gotts1'l111llq, lillllllll' 'l'1'1'I1'1', 101111 Dlllllllllil. liill Mvlfoy, tlov C111111111- 11011. STANDING: Mr. Coppg Carl Malito, President. KNEEL- INC: Jerry Besze, Chaplain: Rocky Irilli. Vice President, Carl Pascarella, Treasurerg James Lambert, Secretary. LEFT ROW: Eugene Simon, Ronald Buserg James Ward, Fred Schladen: Pete Chilag Bill Bahnyg Gary Gottschalkg Ed Smcrek, Sergeant-at-Arms. CENTER ROW: Allen Sowcrs, 716- Z S O I I The Hi-Y Club, a branch of the YMCA, is a group of high school boys who are committing themselves to service for their school and com- munity. Their purpose is to create. maintain, and extend high standards of moral conduct. In 1958-1959, the local club participated in a number of service projects, notably a school- wide Christmas canned food drive. It also took the first step toward initiating a student council. This year the main purpose of the club has been to lay the foundations for a stronger and better Hi-Y in Girard High in the future. Dick Ambrose, Richard Dillon, Larry Lewis. Ray Jones, Louis Antonueci. Aurel Dzur, Richard Suder. RIGHT ROW: George Good, Wolfgang Mathiesien, Joe Concan- non, James Mozzillo, Richard Farr. Walter Coppinger, Herb Seelbach, Edward Raney, Gordon Gray. The motto of Key Club International is 'WVLE Buildf' The club, sponsored by Kiwanis. builds youth in leadership, initiative. friendship, character and schol- arship. Key Club is primarily a service organization. The main project of the past year was the raising of flSl00 for the Athletic Association, through car washes and bake sales, The club also helped promote the cam- paigns for muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and the Red Cross. During the Christmas season, the boys helped decorate the school halls. The governing nucleus of the club is composed of an executive committee, a board of directors, and sep- arate committees for vocational guidance, inter-club activities and publicity, projects, and programs. Now in its second year, the Girard Key Club is proud to have its vice president, Carl Pascarella, serve the District as lieutenant governor of the Twenty-first Division. For students with more than a Classroom interest in science, the Science Club is the answer. Treks to Buhl Planetarium in Pittsburgh, Case Observatory in Cleveland. and the Youngstown University Math and Science Departinent highlighted a year of bi-weekly meetings for discussion and ex- periinent. FRONT ROW: James Smythc. Treas- urer: Larry Lewisg Riehard Dillon, President: Roger Williamsg Ronald Robinson: Ronald Marks. SECOND ROW: Louis Antonueei: Louis Bar- binig -ISIIIIPS Ward, Secretary: Joe Hor- vatg Bill Ilanleyg George Good: Rieh- ard Suder. TIIIRD ROW: Walter Goppinger, Wolfgang Mathiesen. Jay Patrick. Dc-rrill Tuttle, Czaba Kerekes. FRONT ROW: Judy Williams: Janet Helhuanng Joe Concannon, Vice Presi- dent: Jane Weaverg Barbara Huggins. SECOND ROW: Rirhard Farr. Louise Maiorana, Robert Kelly, Eugene Si- mon, Joan Grahaun, Pete Ghila. Mr. Cramer. THIRD ROW: Ed Dc-Chant, Larry Socha, Ronald Teeter. Aurel Dzur, Ray Jones, Edward Raney. Ron- ald Gantar, Gary Gottsehalk, Larry Enich. Q l l 660 I,IfFT ROW.' Ed Srnerek, Treasurer: james Ward: Larry Lewis: Carl Malitog Rocky lrilli. SECOND ROW: Ray Jones, Secretary: Herb Seel- bachg jerry Beszeg Joe Coneannon: Walter Goppinger. THIRD ROW: Carl Pascarella, Vice President: Ronald Mamrickg Pete Ghilag Mike Lipskig Richard Bruce: Ronald DePietro. FOURTH ROW: Gary Gott- sehalk, Fred Schladen, Charles Matkovich, Wolfgang Mathiesen, Jay Patrick. RIGIIT ROW: Carl Lipski, George Good, James Mozzillo, Ronald Robinson, Gordon Gray. Richard Suder. STANDING: James Lambert, President. eggalgeulde 04147 Key Club Bake Sale and Banrl Tag Day enter reciprocal trade agreement Sharon Set-lbaeli, Pete Chila. lXIartha Baltic. 69 E i I I C O From baseball to volleyball to basketball to bowl- On the social side, the club sponsors a dance once ing. GAA girls follow the seasons in sports. a year, as well as numerous swimming and skating The goal of every GAA member is to obtain a let- Parties- ter through participation in intramural sports. Cabinet tallies pointx for CAA letteri- FRONT ROW: Carol Mehaleo, Pat Coder. Janet DiCesare. Miss Savor. SECOND ROW: Connie Faiver. Janice Hake. Penny Battin. fump ball rreatey tenxion - CENTER: J0- ann Estes. Janet DiCesare. Kathy Magfill. BACK ROW: Mary Davey. Linda Goist, Penny Battin. Jeannetta XVolfe. Lois Chap- man. Margery Kerul, Mary Alyee Julian. Carol Mehaleo, Seniors have last minute practice before game -- FRONT ROW: Kay Conley. Rose DelGenio. Pat Ferraro. Claudia Smith, SEC- OND ROW: Lynn Galambossy. Mary Ann Brown. Bonnie Dill. Franees joy. Sondra Christyl Stephanie Ferraclino. Jeannette Del Boeeio. Nancy Vlynyard. Kay Payer. QQ!! SU.f1llOHIlJl'l'.Y rlwflf on intramural .vrhedule - S'l'ANDINC-'I Rvgina Costarvlla. Jcan Will, Bminiv Darr. Phyllis Guidubaldi. Jan- ivc Springvr, Mary Ann Constantino. Carol NNi0l'lilll1lll, Nancy l'aulr'y. SFATED, FRONT ROll'.' Ruth Sparlingg Barhara BIOOTP. Lana Palllvy. SECOND ROIV: lNIary Call. Joan Dandinu. Marilyn Fislivr. junimi rm' mzxinzzvly IIIVIIIIUIIQ the re'xu1t.r of the' prmiuzzx inlranzuml bmkrtlznll game - FRONT' ROW: Pat Planton. Janirc- Collins. SlfA7'l'.'D: Mary Siciliano. Pat Coder. Carol Dudlvy. Carol Ethe'ring'ton. Karvn Battin. SECOND ROW: Diana Rec-sv. Donna Pur- baugh, Mary Lou Trotto. Barhara Huggins. R080 hlaric' Dvllvsky. Barhara Rufh. THIRD ROW: Louise- Maiorana, janv XV:-zwc'r. f7!IfI'PI'f .YPVVIVIIQ ix llllpllllllllf in rolleybzzll - FRONT Ii'OI1': Carrie Svxton. Carmvlla Pc-trarca. Catlin-rinr Pvtrarca. Connie Fai- vvr, Ellvn Dinard, Sandy Pluinincr. Louise Cunyula, Marsha Powvrs. Janicr- Dc-Pietro. SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Patros. Carole Martin, Gail Morgan, Judy YN'illiains. Sandy Savin, JoAnne- Brine. Bonnie Faivrr. Sandy Stahi, Phyllis Roxio, Este-lla Bahny, jose- phinc' Ezzo. lio:r'I1'11g ru!e'.x' high rzmong fha Senior girls, who rm' off to Ihr rillffyx -- KNEELING: Phyllis Charlvsworth. STANDING: R050 Marin- Augustim-, Barlmara Thompson. Dawn lValpolv. Barhara Vvsco. Stvlla llvnilirk, Carolv Maxwc-ll. Ruth Thomas. Francine flflllldlllll. Marin' Lattanzi. Ann Rough. lt is said that musie makes the world go round. Certainly at Girard High many stu- dents are helievers in the statement that it makes GHS go round! For Open House, for the Christmas assembly, for Commence- ment. the chorus is called upon to do its part. 'l'liis year's Christmas assembly was a pro- gram of carols interspersed with the history ol the songs. 'l'he high point in the voeal music program is the spring Variety Show, Immediately after Christmas vacation. work begins on putting together an entertaining program. Many aets are screened. and the task of ehoosing the end men begins. All the hard work is riehly rewarded when the audi- torium is hlled for all performances. 7444! aleantaoz FRONT ROl1': David Guiduhaldi. Susan Ross. Audrey Guido, Peggy Cekuta, Doreen Stark. JoAnn Sahino, Pat Ferraro. lklrs, Silliman. lklary Davey. Loretta Guido. Dolores Koren. Marilyn Fisher. Mary Call. Betty Chapman. Con- eetta Antonueei. Karen Zeller. SECOND ROW: Pete Chila. Emil Dzur. Pete Dillon. Margie Rau. Diane Chris- topher. Janet DelCuidiee, Diane Engstrom, Karen Sentieh. Karen Papp. Jean Smail. Judy Creed. liouise Maiorana. Pat Zalae. Judy Williams. James Lamhert. Fred Srhladen. Jim Britt. THIRD ROW: George Good. Larry Lewis, John Ceteras. Carmelita DeRose. Carroll lylason, Sharon Seelhaeh. Mzirltrne Lumm, Joan Dandino. Pat Spieer. Diana Cohol, Sandra Evantush. Sally Bowers. Janiee W'illianis. Barbara Moore, Dirk Farr. Phillip Gargoline. Riehard Brure. FOURTH ROIV: Herh Seelbaeh. Carl Pasearella. Jerry Besze, Wfalter Coppinger. Lynette Rush. Genevieve liatell. Dorothy Bernard, Martha Baltic. Sandra Hinds. llolores Kihm, Mary Lou Williams. Diane Marlow. Judy l"rankt'ord, Naney Terleeky. Carole lkiartin. Fred Ritter. Jaek liaye. lid Heimerdinger, Riehard Arnott. FRONT ROW: Phyllis Rozzo, Marcin Noderer, Ilene Walker, Marilyn Williams, Dianne Smith, Janet Hellmann, Jane Wfeaver. Karen Stark, Judy Spicer, Bette Noderer, Karen Goist, Jean Mohn. Charlene Badgett, Barbara Anzelmo, Enid Davey, Judy Vinarsky, Eileen Ritter. Anna D'Alessandro. SEC- OND ICUIV: Regina Costarella. Gretehen Smythe, Pam Ritter, Velma England. Sue Eck, Charlene Deets, Laura Estes, Sharon Caniphell. Marilyn Cole, Harriet Goldberg, Kathy Lumm, Rose- marie Guthrie, Barlvara Fisher, Marge Senirh, Carol Regalia. TIIIRD ROW: Dave jorza, Gary Gottsehalk, Joan Graham, Nora Carlnotly, Ann Rough, Franeis Joy, Margaret Ridge, lxlar- garet Green, Carol Graham. Rosemary Rudge, Carol Graham, Louise Ilunyula. Carol Dudley, Marjorie Miller. Ruth Sparling, la-on Violants-, Dave Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Jay Patriek, Ronald Mannrirk, John Burner, Sandra Jones, Karen Davidson, Kay Conley, ,Ianive Hake, Stephanie Ferradino, Juanita Herk- man, Phyllis Ciuicluhaldi. Kathy Clark, Diane Grifhth, Pat Ca- tone, Mary .Io Arrhihald. Margaret Doyle, Paula O'Brien, Jeanne Riley, Bill Crain, Ronald 'l'eeter, jonathan Harris. lnterloeutor James Lambert and end men Gary Cott- sehalk and David Jorza join in Final Chorus of "Mannny." sung by Herb Seelhaeh. Other end men were Fred Sehladen, Jerry Besze, Carl Malito, Rocky lrilli, and Bill Crain. SEATED: Jczlnnettn Wolfe, Mary Alyee Julian, Jerry Besze. SECOND ROW: Carole Maxx- wvll. Linda Maxwell, Linda Goist, Carl Mulito. Lois Chapman, Penny Battin. Part Cutone, Mrs. Gottschalk. THIRD ROW: Rocky lrilli, Terry Dillon, Herb Seelbneh. ' Flfaqa Grease paint, props, tense moments, and Curtain Calls make up the lives of Thespians. They become eligible for membership by participating in the jun- ior and senior plays, either as actors or as stage bands, prolnpters, or student directors. Once he has won membership, 21 Thespian Continues his clrzmmtic activity, This year thc Thcspian Club presented two one-act plays and thc Easter program. Scenes on this page are from A Quiet Homr Wfdrling. I 'KGrandpa, stop thatll' cries Molly Cjoan Grahamj as Grandpa Baxter Cjoe Cancannonj teaches Janey Uane Weaverl a thing or two! , . Zaztaf Secretary fjudy Williamsj gives advice to Mrs. Baxter QMarsha Powersj. who is undecided as to whether her Christmas present to her husband will be a trip to France, Venezuela, or Hawaii. All good things, such as the junior Play, must come to an end. FRONT ROW: Jane VVc-aver. Jirn Ward. SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Patros. Karen Battin. Joe Concannon. Marsha Powers, Joan Graham. joe llorvat. 'l'lIIRD ROW: Cary Gotts- ehalk, Judy VVllll2llI1S. Mrs. Gottschalk, Pat Planton, Barbara Iluggins. iufiun wrwzznrii' mrzltrv in1f1r'f'i'iiz'e pirture --- lwlztrgzirvt Klin- t n St'l'l't'l.lI'yQ -llhlllllll lll't'liIIlllIl, 'l'rt':tst1rcr: Cathy Clark, Vivo lhtxitlz-lit: Phyllis fluiclnlmlcli. Plgl'Sl4ll'lll1 lN1:ir'y Ann Brown. llltNltll'lIlQ fXl.n'y 'lo Pzttros. Yin- Prvsitlviitg KilIAt'Il Buttin. Trvzxs- mfr:Kl.n1y-l,n1vBrown,Sc't'i'm't411'y. r . Z- Ilia- worlcl ol toniorrow holcls tht- pronum- ol grvzlt things to Coniv. lint ht-lore' wt' cum hxt pvact-fully in this atomic zigv. wc- must lt-:urn t get along with otlivrs, 'l'hv Y-'lvvn f.llll5S .tll ovvr tht- worlcl tm- trying - 1 to nnclc'1'st:n1cl othtis and thvil' prolmlviiis, to lvxirn to work with tht and to ht-Ip thvin. In lwz-ping with this pnrp ,,1 1 . , . tho X-lt-vn Cihih ol Clmircl lhgh nigtlws tht packing of Rvcl Cross hoxvs nn unniml projtct 'flivsc hoxc-s contain school snpplivs, :mills clvanlinvss. :incl tht- invisihlt- gilt ol' know U that Soint-ont' czxrvs. Svi'x'ic'v proit-c'ts lilu- tht t am' tht- km' to opvning thv clooi' ol' h'it'ntllin with forvign cotintrivs. 'l'ht- Y-'ll-4-ns nrt- tlvtti niinvcl to provv that wc ruin gvt along x inclnm-ss, lw in t pt-oplv hx' nut showing' Q1 littlt- lt' saying, "XY 4' hzwt- faith in yon." to ' ' c747de4Z4aad ' ON i11'1'11S1'1'1'1 1'.Ml1'1 l1'111l'.' S11111111111 Sl1111i, 1111111 f11.ll'1i. 1.1115 lIl11111111g111 lI1'11.'Y'I' l1'111l': 1'.11 111.11111111, 1111111-111111 111'1l'.11'1'1l, SllS.lI1Ill' 11i1111.1 11111511 1111111111 1Xl11xw1'11. N1111y .X1111- RI11111111, 1111111 M.111111g11.111111-11.1 111-11'.11'1'11, 41.1111-1 111'11111.11111. X11X'1.ll1 N1.1H11. 1111111lII1lS. lI1'lllll11'111l 1N'1111'1'. Nilllfy 1Yi11111g, .S"l'.1.N'l1l1Y1l.' 111'.111111' 1'.11111111', 4I1'1111111- .X1'11s1.1. .S'lff.'11.YI1 l1'111l': 11111111111 Klll'l'Il 1i1111i11. S1'1'1'l'11ll'j'Q 1x1ll1'y 1-X1111 111'11w11. 1'11w1111'1111 1x1.ll'y 1.l1X1'1'. 1i.11'1-11 1111111111111 11.11 f111111'l'. 111.11111 1ii'l'S1'. 11.ll'11ill'1l .I11 P1111'11s. V111 P1'1'si111'111. 11S1ll'l', S.11'1111 .X111.1111, 111'11y C111.11'11's. 111111 111x11'1', THIRD 1115111111: l1'12lI'g 11.lI'11.ll.l 1111111. -'11 111111, 8111111111 1711IIll1Ill'1', 5111111111 ST111.YDl1Yfl.' Klrs. 1111111, Miss fX1.111111y, l"l1111.X"l' l1'121l': S.lX1lI, 1'1111'll 11111.11'11, s.IlI1l111'.l 1i1'.1y111111, 1I'l'11t' 11l1Yl'y. FS- Nlllif' 1".11111'y. A111111 11'A11'ss1111111'11. 11.11 R.1g11fi111-. 1X1111111.1 1111111 111111111 Nl.11'i1- 111.11i11Q1. l"11I'lf'l'l1 11'111i': B.ll'1JllI'll. 1I1'11zi11111'. 1111111111 N11111'1'1-11 S1111111'.1 11X'.lI1IllS1l. 111111-1 1111x111. 11118121111 f1.Il'l11 111111'1'111u11111. R11s1'111111'i1' 111'111's11y, c11lI'O1 11,11'11.1rg1 f1I'llI1l, .S'lx'l.'U1'YD IfU11': 11.111'i1'111 1'1l'II'11'1i, 1111111.1 11ll111l'N. N1.11w1111 1,11XV1'1'i. .1.l11l1't' c1l11111lS. 111111is1- f1lIllyll1Ll, CI1111111. 11'.111'i1'i11 Ni1l'1l1Il, 11111111 11111111-11111. 1,111 1i1'1111. N1.ll'- I111i1'1- 111'1'11-1111, N11113' S11'i1i.11111, l"ll"'1'H 1C111l': 11111111 j111'i1- 1XIi111'1'. 1111111111 C111111'1'11'1'11, 11111111 P.lll1l'f'. TIIIICD l1'111l': 11'.111.1111, 11.111 fX1111'g.111, 11.lI'1111' 1X'1111'1i11. .117.'XIllll' 151'i111'. 1111111111 Kl11s1.11'1'1111, l1l'LlllI1l'l11' 111lYl'y. 1'.11 sl111'l'l', 15.1111.11'.1 l111111i1- 1'1.l1X1'l', 1111111511 N1.11111'1111.11 LI111111 S1s1i111. 11111 Z1l1l11'. M1111111. .1111111 1111111111111 1X11lI'1l'Il1' 1111111111. 111'111' 1v2111il'l'. 111.lIIl' S111i111. 111-111'111'x1' 1..111'11. .N"l'11.X'l1lX1-',' 1X11's, 1'1UNV11'lk. 5111111111 S1'1'111.11'111 A1-lll11'1' 1v11111lIIlS. l"11I'l1"l'1l l1'111l': 1111I' Miss S111i111.1X1iss1l1-111'11.11'1. 111111 R11ugi1'1'111 Pvghuy' 11i111111, c11lI'U1 L1ll1l1'1lLlQ1'Il. 4l1lIll'1 Sl1l'1l1g1'11, 1'1111'i1'i11 111111-11701 l1l'SLl11I1l' 111yl'l'S. f1.1l'l'1111 1X1.1s1111, ll1'11.'Y'l' l1'111i'.' 1111111111 1lll11Q1', N1.11'g1'1'1' Kl'I'll1, J.lIll'1 111- 5111111111 15111's11'11. N1.11'yl1111i!z11, 11-11111-. 1'1-11111' 11.111111 1I1.111111.1 Sl1l1I11. S1111111'.1 l1111'ia1y1 11.11111 'N11'11.11111, Nl.11'y .l.1111- 111'11w11, Sl'ff.'111'Yl1 111111: 11111'1'11.1 l"l1'111Y'l' l1'111l': 11i.1111' 1iri111111, 111.111 l1.111. 11111111111 1'1151l1'l'. 1 1111l11, 11.11 l"1-1'1'.11'11. R1111- 111-1111'11i11. l1.1Il11'1' 11111112 Kay S1111y 1S11w1'1'x. fX1111'111.1 111111113 111.ll'QLl11'1 1X11111'111'. 111.11111 11111- 1111'1'1', 1111111111' 11111. 1i.1y f1UIl11'f', R11S.1111111 N111'11.1, 711111311 I11'l'l111, .111111111.1 111'1'111111'11. .S'l:'l,'l11YlJ l1'111l'.' X111115' 1,4'l'l'f' l1111I': N111113' NVy11y.11'11. M1111 11.111'y. 1X11ll'Q.l1'l'1 R111g1', 11.11111 1i4'QL111Ll, Mz11'g11' R.111. 1111111-11 111111111 1111111 S1111111111q, 1X1.Il'Q.l1'1'1 f1111'1'11, 11.11111 111111, 11111111 111111.111, S11'1111:11111' 1"1'1'- 11l'11y S1'.ll'11USS, 1X1111'g1' S1'Il111'1l, 111111115 11111111 'l'llll1'l1 1111111111 11111 l1.11111111. 11131111114 1111. I-'11I'R'I'll 111111: 1411812 l1'U1l'.' 1'X11111'1'y 1111111111 S11f.111111' Russ, B11111111' 11111'1'1 111111111111' 111.11'i1- .X11g11s1i111-, 11.1111111111 Y1's111. X1.11'i1- 11.1111111fi, 111-ggy fX111'11.1, N111'.1 f11lI'lI1Ul1j', 111111111 1"1'111111I'111'11, 11111111111 1111111.11'11, 111'.11'11111.111. 114111, 11411111111-. N1-ll'1' RI11 1X1'1'1111111111. 111'11'11 Wil- 1X1111'y lf111's.111'. S'l'111.YlJl.Y11'.' 1'11y11is 11111111111111111. 11111111 llllS, -I1-.111111'111' 111'111111'1'i11. K1.11'i1y11 1Yi11111111s. 1"Il"Tl1 U1111'1i. 1 K his FRONT ROW: Mary Alyee Julian. Jeannetta Wolfe, THIRD ROPV: Karen Battin, Janice DePietro. Penny James Lambert. Ed Smerek. Carl Pasearella, Mary Jane Battin. Kathy Fitzgerald, Judy Williams. Judy Bixler. Brown. Kay Payer. SECOND ROW: Linda Goist. Mar- Eugene Simon. Ronald Robinson, Ronald Tec-ter. shn Powers. Janice Collins. Miss Frederick. Lynn Gal- NOT PICTURED: Carol Mehalco. Donna Rudge. zunlmossy. Fred Schladen. Carol Hudak. Gordon Gray. Bonnie Dill. o a o Wann The greatest honor Z1 student can receive is to become a member of the National Honor Society. The ob- ject ot' the organization is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the cl:-velopiiu-nt of Character in the students. Any per- son who has held a B average throughout senior high school is eligible for membership. The names of these students are submitted to the teachers, who rate the students on service. leadership. and character. Re- sults are Calculated and the top fifteen per cent of a class are initiated. pun: '74 tie Sayonara to the Stars, the theme of the Junior-Senior Prom held on May 29, 1958, set the background and mood for this memorable event. The long-awaited prom was held in the Starlight Room at Shenango Inn, Sharon, Pennsylvania. After the ban- quet, a well-planned program of en- tertainment was MC'ed by Jerry Bcsze. This was followed by dancing till midnight to the music of Fontis and Arnell. At intermission Gail Grif- fith was crowned Prom Queen of 1958. ON OPPOSITE PAGE, gala Prom crowd enjoys intermission between dinner and dancing. At Left, Lois Chapman :ind Louis Cera entertain. Below, President Ed Smerek, Superintendent Moore, and Pat Ferraro ne- gotiate a triple handshakeg and MC Jerry Besze does the honors. Above, pretty Gail Griflith reigns over festivities. 3 s 5 5 6Z70466f40fS640de sa, D juan Df'I,llflil. Nancy Perry, Joann Properzio, .Inrict DiCs's:1rv, Carol Mills. Joann Estes. -'fbi 0,gaef4 Lynn Gulambossy, Jzinvt DiC4'snrv, Phyllis Charlcsworth, Pat FL-rrzxro, Donna Ruclgv, Claudia Smith. glam! SEATISD: Bizirggirc-t Mim-4111 llama Rau' Orlvy. JoAnn Suhino. Nzlnry 'l'z'rlv1'ky. STANDING: Ann Rough, Joan llnnclinu, Ruth Spurling. Jznivt Ilvllmzxnn. Put Clatom-. 05500 'foohoom 2654 Ray Tonvy, Bill Crain, Ron Hall, Richard Horn, Richard Hcsslink. 'Wand-14d 14 l W John McDonnell, Richard Sudcr. Paved gow' Frvd Diamond. Jack Schuster, Harry Smitli llhaay 14446464464 Gail Bartholomew, Diane Marlow, Linda Ardale, Josephine Gray, Carmclita DcRosf', Marilyn Forradino, Ruth Jones, Regina Costarella, Phyllis Walpole, Mrs. Malara, Bonnie Dill, Carol LaCerva. E 's Q, gk. ww , mi sf-' 1 ' x I 5 ar .Q -ax x , 1 . J .Y ,ia gg Q Ee X ww. -- ,if 0 A if +" Ov' WW ,,-rn-vp ,Lkmff . J Z S .ik""Q1" af! WWW , x I . 5 Q' Q ,A+ ' a Q ,a ,N K K , ,fX -K-.,. , . A 'N J S ky-ww f- f W. Qi sh a .. " ' iv. - A .K K 4 K K x -X it f- W Vw-N Y Y x x D Nfl gigs A X Q' fyg as Am X vi. 5' w KA Xymgi 1 ,is-'i.w. X x W, . . f 'mxgf-ix ,LN Qigf I? cs c.., IWW? kip' 5 . frm 'Q ,.-52. L x - ' .-:.4,X,11,? U? M ,L ,iqgw , pg 5, 1 gy 1W f " V 1 . ma in X ,..., YG . Ax. , 1' ,A t F 4 A f'---1 ff -54 - K . f me ' 4 , Q Q59 fy we CJ si uno chad SEATED: Fred Sehladen, Mr. Michaels, Miss Savor, Mr. Boyee, Janet DiCesare, MF- Moore- STANDING: Mr. Light, Mr. Mauriocourt, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Woodrum, Mr. Berger, Mr. Ray, Mr. DiPiero. Much of the work of a school athletic program goes on behind the scenes and along the sidelines, where plans are made and morale is stimulated. Planning is the responsibility of the Athletic Coun- cil, composed of superintendent, principal, gym teachers, coaches, school treasurer, GAA president, and football captain. The Association regulates the budget of all athletic programs, sets the price of ad- Penny Battin, Janice Collins. Clau- " dia Smith, Lois Chapman face tense moment in life of cheerleaders. Wanda, ON OPPOSITE PACE, FRONT ROW: Bonnie Faiver, Lois Chapman, Penny Battin. SECOND ROW: Janice Collins, Mary Jo Patros. THIRD ROW: Claudia Smith. 1 mission to all games, and, in general, controls all athletic policies in the school. School spirit, high morale, good sportsmanship and, most of all, stick-to-it-iveness - these are the qual- ities that make the cheerleaders of GHS. In vic- tory or defeat, they keep good sportsmanship as their goal and "never give up" as their motto. Sendo: .ledounav FRONT ROW: Fred Sehladen, Willie Dawson, Ken Cretella, Ron Buser. Ron Hall. SECOND ROW: Jim Lambert. Rocky Irilli. ndcdmt In the 1958 season, WVillie Dawson led the Indians in the scoring parade with 64 points and was closely followed by Jim Lambert with 62 points. Lambert also set a new ground-gaining record of 936 yards, breaking the old record of 880 yards, set by Mel Triplett. Both were honored locally for their accomplishments, Dawson being presented the Most Valuable Player Award, and Lambert the Most Outstanding Player Trophy. Berths on the Steel Valley and Trumbull County All-Star Teams were won by several Indians. Steel Valley named Lambert to the first team and Willie Dawson and Fred Sehladen to the second. Lambert also made the first string in Trumbull County: and Dawson, Sehladen, Rocky Irilli, and Ken Cretella made the second team. FRONT ROW: Watts, Nlatkovieh, Hurley, Davis, Aurilio, DeSalvo, O'Neil, Frankford. Kovaehik. Marquez, Granny. SECOND ROW: Evans, Hall. Cretella, Antonucci, Miller, Dawson, Lambert, Mr. Maurioeourt. Sehladen. Pizzulo, Dillon, Lewis, Hulvalchiek, Tuttle. THIRD ROW: Mr. Michaels, Ambrose, Searfo, Lepor. Faye, Raney. Eieher, Carney, Bzinak, Santagata. Charles, Mr. Light. FOURTH ROW: Buser, Irilli, Rogusky, DePietro, Bornemiss, Dzur. Emeh, Stefanie DeProHo, Hollern, Beardman, Ferraro. gf QAM gg Qeazon In addition to thc Senior lottcrmcn pictiircd, the following players 1'vC0ivvql lvttvrs: Juniors DOSalx'o, Rogusky, Antonucci, Carncy, Mil- lvr, Aurilio, Emcli, Dzur, DcProGo, Stefanie, Smytheg Sophomores lJvPii'tro, Matkovicli, Ambrose, Kovacliik, Scarfo. Ilillilmard Girard Nvwton Falls Girard Striitlu-rs Girard Boardman Girard Brooktivld Girard Raw-nna Girard Gaiiiplwll Girard Fitch Girard Nilvs Girard Warrvn St. Mary's Girard Miller throws a block as several opponents stop Antonucci. Al'ltOI'lllCCi, Muzzcy, and Lam- bert anxiously wait for thc dc- fcnsive team to get thc ball. , 0 FRONT ROW: Managers Sandy Kay. Pete Dillong Mr. DiPiero. SECOND ROPV: Hank Reese, Jim Britt, Dennis Sweetapple, Bob Houek. Paul Stibinger, Dirk Keagy, Bill Hilston. Jeremiah Harris, Joe DePr0Ho, Tony DeProfio, Carl Chito, Kenny We-lk. THIRD ROW.' Arthur Citarelli, jim Crain, Tom Battin, Bob Colapietro, John Ceteras, Miss Savor, Barbara Thomas, Con- cetta Antonucei, Kathy Dillon, Enid Davey, Karen Zeller, Judy Vinarsky, Betty Chapman. FRONT ROW: Phil Koppel, John Barner, Ralph Marquez, Al Marquez, Sam Davis. Dirk Ar- nott. SECOND ROW: Sandy Kay, Ralph Delserone, Dan Am- brose, Jerry Hulvalehick, Tom Del- serone, Ron Scarfo. THIRD ROW: Bob Houck. Ronnie Mam- rick, Sigmund Kerckes, Charles Matkovich, Richard Davey, Richie Cataffa, Mr. Michaels. Ralph Marquez, joe Sherock, Rollie Mushrush. Jim Acierno, Robert Morgan. Bill McCoy. Don Stark. FOURTH ROW: Walter Loshur, John Barner. Leroy Davey, Vincent DeSalvo, Andrew Carson, Myrell Seoville, David Leskovee, Jim Bryant, Bob McClellan, Jim Petrarca, Phil Koppel. FRONT ROW: Roland Mushrush. Robert Houck, Michael Carson, Sandy Kay, Ralph Lambert, john Burner. SECOND ROW: Mr, Michaels, Louis Payak, Philip Costarella, Carl Ghito, Dick Reddinger, David Leskovec, Ralph Marquez, jim Britt, 'l'he 1958 junior High track team made the best showing in several years in the Steel Valley Nleet, placing second in a five-team contest, Earlier in the season the team lost to Niles and won over Chaney. ln basketball, Junior High eagers tied with Boardman for third place, after a season of an equal number of wins and losses. The -lunior High football team fared less well, making the win column only over St. Nlary. gm.. my 7..a4a gm.. my amanda lioardman 32 .... Girard Strulhers 32 .... Girard Cir-ar-d Campbell 33 .... Girard Girard Fllfll . . . 32 .... Girard Girard I lubbard 37 .... Girard Girard lloarthnan 38 .... Girard Girard Slruihers 25 .... Girard Cliyard Fileh ..... . . . 42 .... Girard Girard llubbarcl 25 .... Girard Campbell fl-l .,.. Girard 7 . . . . . Boardman 14 . . . . . . Struthers 22 . . . . . . Campbell 24 . . . . . Brookfield 8 . . . . . . Hubbard 8 .......... Fitch 0 Warren St. Mary's 55? - VP u I Q53 ff! S F-' E -.1 'E v A. ff 9' W Q' ,vi 'F V 5 L 1 -"-' 4 :lg jffi:-fy' i . Q Q 2 1-,i ' 7 . f , I-fi'au.u":'?f'fj-H-vs., "f'H..,5-Eiii'f5il!3if'52f":'f"' 1, E: - Ti 5 L I .aw ,A AV, , is ,Egg .J '7ade2wW Wan cu?a5ea4an The Indians had a fair season this year on the hard- wood. An important factor during the season was the Indians' ability to improve with each game. Al- though the year's record was not spectacular, sev- eral thrilling games marked the seasonis play: the stunning victory over Liberty and the record-breaking 108452 win over Fitch. Lettcrrnen were Richard Am brose, Louis Antonucci, Ed Smerek, Dennis McCor mick, Wayne Miller, Bill Carson. WWA? fauna Rayen . . . . . . 69 47 .... Girard North .......... 40 46 ..., Girard South .......... 56 31 .... Girard Newton Falls .... 51 40 ,... Girard Hubbard ....... 48 46 .... Girard Liberty .... . . . 43 62 .... Girard Boardman ...... 60 50 .... Girard Campbell ..,..., 61 64 .... Girard Struthers , . . . . 74 71 ,... Girard Fitch .... . , . 39 52 .... Girard Niles ...... . . . 47 61 .... Girard Hubbard ....... 57 39 .... Girard Boardman ...... 61 68 .... Girard Campbell ....... 64 57 .... Girard Struthers ....... 59 49 .... Girard Fitch ...... . . . 52 108 .... Girard Niles . . . . . . 57 48 ,... Girard Salem . . . . . . 78 45 .... Girard Girard .... 33 36 .... Rayen Girard .... 41 24 .......... North Girard .... 32 36 .......... South Girard .... 43 33 .... Newton Falls Girard .... 37 52 ....... Hubbard Girard .... 35 31 ......... Liberty Girard .... 46 44 ...... Boardman Girard .... 50 27 . .. Campbell Girard .... 45 33 ....... Struthers Girard .... 31 42 . . . Fitch Girard .... 39 25 .... ..... N iles Girard .... 33 31 ......i Hubbard Girard .... 41 34 ...... Boardman Girard .... 44 45 ....... Campbell Girard .... 27 25 ....... Struthers Girard .... 48 34 . ..... Fitch Girard .... 48 49 . .... Niles Girard .... 36 32 .... . . , Salem A bright spot for Girard was the outstanding play of the 1958 golf team. They ended the regular season play with a l3ff3 record, having been beaten only three times, by Warrtfn St. Mary's twice and Harding once, They defeated Vienna twice, Champion twice, Howland twice, Warren Harding once, Brookfield twice, Liberty twice, and Hubbard twice. The team made an excellent showing in the tournament, fin- ishing third in the Trumbull County Golf League and second of twenty schools in the Yankee Run compe- tltlon. FRONT ROW: Bob Bowers, Don Ezzo, Rusty Swegan, Rocky Irilli, Bill Crain. SECOND ROW: Bill Seward, Wolfgang Mathiesen, John Clark, Herb Seelbach, Cal- vin Fliekinger, Jim Lambert, Fred Schladen, Mr. Borger. O .S',adZS Mr. Mauriocourt, Marty Blas- cak, Dick Ambrose, Carl Ma- lito, Richard Pasco, Bob Fer- raro. The 1958 track team, in their first meet, defeated both Liberty and Hartford: Liberty 56, Hartford 62V2, Girard 83M. They were defeated by Chaney Q48---7Ol and Salem Q90-2Oj, dropped a close one to McDon- ald f58-6Oj, lost to Niles C78-405, and placed third in the Steel Valley Meet. Eleven trackmen earned letters: Bowers, Carney, Ed Clark, John Clark, Crain, Ezzo, Irilli, Lambert, Stefanie, Seelbach, and Swegan. THIRD ROW: Ed Clark, Tom Davidson, Steve Ste- fanic, David Jones, Leland Kihm, Fred Ritter, Ron De- Pietro. , 0 K V . ,'5X7Xx f"" if Q . Congratulations C0"9"01Ul'-771005 to the Class of '59 Class of 1959 Hair Styles by ARDUINI 12 S. State St. Girard, Ohio Phone Ll 5-2155 LIBBY'S FASHIONS 1 West Liberty Street Girard, Ohio Phone Ll 5-1408 THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Leads, Oils, Enamels, Brushes and Painters Specialties 193 Liberty Plaza 3551 Belmont Avenue Youngstown, Ohio BILL MEHALCO TEXACO SERVICE Congratulations Class of '59 MCCLURKIN FUNERAL HOME 222 South State Street Girard, Ohio Phone Ll 5-2225 Congratulations Class of 1959 C 8 M WELDING CO., INC. 700 Dot Street Girard, Ohio Phone Ll 5-9731 or LI 5-9732 THE DINER 103 N. State Street Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. David Schladen Compliments of ROGERS LUMBER 3638 Belmont Avenue Phone RI 6-8833 Compliments to Class of 1959 S A K A S FAMILY CLOTHIER 28 w. Liberty Compliments of GOLDEN GLOW DAIRY 1309 Logan Avenue Youngstown, ohio ECKMAN COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Luminall Latex Paint The Staff of the REFLECTOR Thanks Its Advertisers for Their Support COMPLIMENTS OF RODNEY ANN'S To the Class of 1959 Best of Luck to the Class of '59 KT'S RESTAURANT 1010 S. State St. Girard, Ohio Phone LI 5-6015 Congratulations from MIEDING'S DRUG STORE 7 South State St. Good Health to All from Rexall FLOWERS BY HIGLEY'S, INC. McKinley Heights Dial Niles OL 2-4347 1578 Mahoning Avenue Dial Youngstown SW 9-3246 Compliments of WORMER COAL and SUPPLY HUMBLE'S GROCERY 11-13 S. Market St. We Deliver Daily Telephone Ll 5-5435 5-5436-5-6916 HOCHADEL AGENCY Insurance Since 1926 Phone Ll 5-6212 32 S. State Street Girard, Ohio ST. CLAIR DAIRY 117 S. St. Clair Open Every Night until 10:00 STATE DRUG CO. aan Agu., Prop. 11 w. Liberty sr., Girard, o. Phone u 5-5623 Compliments of JOE DAVIDSON and ASSOCIATES TROPHY SPORTS Better Athletic Goods 13 E. State Street Niles, Ohio THE BRUCE AGENCY Dependable Insurance PASKO DAIRY Your Friendly Neighborhood Store FUSCO DRY CLEANING CO. Phone LI 5-2424 104 N. State St. Ll 5-6356 421 Trumbull Road Pm-kwood Girard, Ohio AH 'S Ohio's Most Beautiful O WARD AVENUE GROCERY AD SERVICE PRINTERS Drive-ln Restaurant 521 Ward Ave. 28 E Lhbe S ' . I rty I. HANDY ANDY s U Sm McKinley Heagms, o. Finnish ,amy Gifvfdr Ohio Route 422 Every Saturday LI 5.5533 CRISS MARKET Quality Groceries - Meats It is our pleasure to try and please you WE DELIVER SMALL OR LARGE ORDERS Phone Ll 5-5225 Compliments of WAGMAN FURNITURE COMPANY "The Home of Tappan Stoves' Complete Home Furnishings 201-205 West Liberty Street REES DAIRY PRODUCTS ics CREAM is word A venue Compliments of GIRARD AUTO SERVICE E. J. Leng 209 N. State Street Girard, ottie Congratulations to the Class of 1959 HUGHES SOHIO SERVICE 423 South State Street Ptterte u 5-am Compliments of GIRARD HARDWARE, Inc. 52 West Liberty Street Girard, Ohio aANtsH's SWABEWS Meusstrs snoes News STAND FLOWER SHOP tot, rm., sto. Set. Congratulations 101 N. State St. Girard, Ohio Magazines, Newspapers Greyhound Service and Best Wishes Carl and Helen Swabek Phone Ll 5-6119 3 North State Street Girard, Ohio We Give S 8. H Green Stamp Congratulations Class of 1959 ZICARD BROS FURNITURE Girard Congratulations CEKUTA BROTHERS, INC. "Bill - Ed" Golden Dawn Foods Congratulations to the Class of '59 BAGLIER FORD SALES Sales and Service 300 N. State Street New and A-1 Used Cars Compliments of DAVE'S FURNITURE 8r APPLIANCES 18 W. Liberty Bill Bodnar, Manager Phone LI 5-9714- Congratulations and Best Wishes MARION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY COMPANY Congratulations Class of 1959 SHAFFER JEWELRY SHAFFER DRY CLEANING 212 N. State Sn. Girard, O. LI 5-1812 Compliments of KOVACH and CO. DECORATORS Girard, Ohio ROBERT W. WAGNER AUTO SUPPLY ar ACCESSORIES Phone LI 5-3953 20 S. State St., Girard, O. WHOLESALE and RETAIL MOORE'S HOME FURNISHINGS Custom-made Draperies Carpets, Fabrics Wallpapers 329 N. State Girard, O Phone LI 5-8511 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 SALLY'S BEAUTY SALON Phone LI 5-5911 12 W. Main St. Girard, Ohio Compliments of MOLITERNO'S RISHER DAIRY JIM and JANE MOLITERNO 4-05 S. State St. Girard, Ohio LI 5-8962 HEINZMAN-AIRATO BARBER SHOP We Invite Your Patronage 210 N. State Girard, O, Compliments of PERRY'S FLOWERS 20 E. Liberty st. Girard, Ohio Phone LI 5.5231 THE GIRARD NEWS "Your Hometown Newspaper" Specialists in Quality Printing At Reasonable Rates Phone LI 5-54-49 SNACK SHACK Dinners-Lunches Curb Service Route 422 McKinley Heights Closed on Mondays Phone Orders to Go LI 5-6307 ENDRES-GROSS FLOWER SHOP 22 N rrrt h stah- Girard, Ohio Ph rrrr r- LI 5-5125 IMPERIAL SHOES Girard's Leading Shoe Store Where You Enjoy "Friendliness of Fit" 44 W. Liberty Girard, Ohio Air Conditioned HUMBLE'S RESTAURANT A G tirr d Place to Eat 25 North State St. Girard. Ohio Congratulations KNISELEY MOTOR CO. Hudson Sales and Service Girard, Ohio Compliments of JACK SHEROCK BARBER SHOP 809 N. State Street Girard, Ohio MRS. PAUL'S RESTAURANT The Only Restaurant in Girard with a Private Dining Room for Parties and Banquets 728 N. State St. Phone L1 5-8114 GIRARD FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION First Mortgage- Loans to Build, GIRARD COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY INC. Buy. Rt-pair or Rohnantre Home-s Saxings Accounts Insured Up to 310,000 3? Current Ratt- IEW 35 S. State St. Coal and Builders' Supplies W. Broadway Girard, Ohio Girard. Ohio Phone LI 5-6116 Phone L1 5-6121 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 THE GRIFFITH AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE 18 N. Market St. Girard, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1959 DILLON'S BAKERY 211 E. Prospect LI 5-6510 hx Congratulations Class of '59 BLACKSTONE FUNERAL HOME 104 E. Liberty St. Phone LI 5-5052 Commercial Sign Advertising DON CAMPBELL CO. 333 Pom-rs Ave. Phono LI 5-8532 SNYDER PHARMACY Girard's Pre-svription Store 28 E. Wilson Ave. Girard, Ohio ROSTAN'S UNITED SUPER MARKET 964 North Sum St. R. H. STRINGER Girard 'S Leading Jeweler TWILIGHT SET Convenient Terms 54 W. Liberty St. Girard, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 from KELLER BUICK, INC. 600 North State Street Girard, Ohio Llberty 5-9768 COMPLIMENTS OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 235 ll High Street Girard, Ohio Insure in Sure Insurance C. ROY TAYLOR AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE-BONDS I5 South State Street Girard, Ohio Phone LI 5-54-06 OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU - GRADU- ATES OF 1959. WE at the GIRARD THEATRES are VERY HAPPY and here are three reasons WHY: 1. We know we have FULFILLED our PROMISES to our customers by bringing all the GOOD PICTURES to our theatres immedi- ately after release at our USUAL LOW PRICES. 2. We are HAPPY because our theatres are always FILLED WITH PEOPLE. 3. Seeing our customers come out ofthe theatres happy we know they have enjoyed our programs. Why shouldn't we be happy,- that is the reason we are in business - to bring good pictures, to fill our theatres, and to make the people happy. SO PLEASE COME OFTENg SEE A NEW MOVIE AT YOUR GIRARD THEATRES AND BRING THE KIDDIES! I- J CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 from LEATHER WORKERS UNION Local 29 Girard, Ohio Makes you feel pretty important, doesn't it? You've come through twelve rough years of books and report cards, detention periods and childish ways--to find your future staring you smack in the face. It's such an uncertain future -- filled with nuclear fission and speeds faster than sound . . . big frightening hassles in the U.N. and trips into outer space. But the most important thing is that this future we're talking about is YOU! You'll make it or break it, keep the peace or fight the wars, harness the atom for good, or use it to kill and maim. Through your college years, into your professions and the homes you will build . . , our best wishes go with you, Graduate - welre depending on you! Mc KEl.VEY'S YOUNGSTOWN'S oWN STORE L .- Congratulations, Class of '59 KAPLAN TRUCKING CO. DAVE GRAHAM Phone Ll 5-9776 509 Rush St. Girard, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1959 t FINE CLASS RINGS t ANNOUNCEMENTS PETE PRENTNER, Representative , t YEARBOOKS GILsoN MILTENBERGER, Representative 634 Union Commerce Bldg. Cleveland 14, Ohio t AWARD5 J O S T E N ' S SinceI897 Congratulations, Class of ,59 So nigh is grandeur to our dust, So near is Cod to man. . . When duty whispers low, "Thou mustf, The youth replies, 'el canlv -Ralph Waldo Emerson- STRCUSS-HIRSHBERG'S Youngstown, Ohio Warren, Ol1i0 Salem, Ohio New Castle, Pa. Congratulations, Class of 1959 THE GLENN CARTAGE CO. 1115 South State Street Phone LI 5-5454 lnter and lntra State Steel and Machinery Transporters J. W. SMYTHE, President 1 I Congratulations and Cond Luck to the GIRARD SPARKLE MARKET ' 1 MARVE MIN N EMAN CHEVROLET CO. GIRARD, OHIO U.S.A. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 G d F1959 THE OHIO LEATHER COMPANY Compliments of VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS V. F. W. If you served outside the boundaries of the United States during World War I or II or Korean Conflict you belong in the V.F.W. -JOIN NOW - GIRARD POST 419 lVlAllRlCE DAMEL10, Commander Our heartiest congratulations to the 1959 SENIOR CLASS OF GIRARD HIGH SCHOOL Our associations and contacts in photographing your members and recording in pictures your various school activities have been a constant pleasure to us. We are deeply indebted to you for your willing and unstinted cooperation. May your future be ever happy and prosperous. THOMAS E. GRIST GRACE J. GRIST ROBERT KNllP'F THE GRIST STUDIO Youngstown's Beautiful New Studio of Photography 2317 Glenwood Avenue Phone STerling 8-6046 Youngstown, Ohio . '51 If 'Y 1 7 Q 5- 7 , We , f' . ,, f x , ,,,, AM,M, ,, ,,, M A .. W ,., l,, . . I W A . gg: Z? Jaw iffy JMMWMWQ fwff? f " If My FGM Wfxffy N4 WK, 'P 5 E R E W .mmimfwgnw 'EGP My J, 'iwfyff .., Q! f J, My Q3 ,WW lfiiiiefw T563 Effff' Q1 M :W ffM N1 QQ! fd ,P yggmg-f A it ff .A , nf. .., .. , ff warm K 'A " 'x 'hy' .. ' VV- 'I - A - ma vii" -4- , 5- , ,. -. 1 -f ,V ew? . A 1 f. Q fi Q.. ,, , - b- V .V 4 I 5 .. ,-5 ,Ag ,-,'N.,., :,i,1,LV,j, . :jj ' Q. '4v,Q-ei' ' F V , -, -r' nj-I ,gf P ,, -J .F ., gi 1 - . -f - - l pf -f , , N V .. A" G . ' 5 V I V A '- 'H u a b ar s I - rfuvw K 91, YN? , R ,NF V, I ,,.a :' A . 42' if A Q" 3' T 7-A' . . f' , 4 .,.- I qw I, ,A- " I ,ff Ga A nf 1 N Q if nf , l ,fu , , n -' . gi, f f ' 4--A ' li 5 . ' f'-.13 I A 5 ' -' A V, V b L., " ' 4 I' " 'VE ,5..f" ' ' " " - A,--. -MC- W ,. ' I M if A . im fl v ', . . ,ff I -. "' 'yy - : in Z7 M if 'l1,E- ' I, 1-- cf ,5 ' f C' ' 'X ,I 'I X - 6' ff fy' 'sf' V . ' f 1' ' ' -' 4 1 ' , xx V' X n, I 1 I 'Y 1 ,-' li, .Al 1 4' lui f , J ff. . , ,J , A W zz if 'I " ' 7 "'-ff g,-' . If U1 ' 'JI , Af' f' - i T fl 5 I jg, f I, A 'F , l " , X X 1 fi ' , A ' Q Q- - 1 w C Lv' ' X J- I , ' ' I fr ' 5 - - . . f I V 3' L V X- x, X: 1 -X A-be - . . I Uff. ' ' ' Ak' ' . W :A A: .2-gs . I, 4 V - -M 7? . '


Suggestions in the Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) collection:

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Girard High School - Reflector Yearbook (Girard, OH) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.