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Commercial BARCOLA, MARY ANN "Barb" Commercial Academic BAUR, KENNETH "Ken" Genera' BELUSCAK, GLORIA A JEAN j , HGIUH 5 General BERCIK, EVELYN ANN ,,EWy,, General BIDDLE, MARY BARBARA "Barb" Academic BODUS, MARY LOU "Lou" Academic CAMPANO, THOMAS A. "Tinker" General BORRELLI, JOHN "Brillo" General BOSICH, ROBERT W. "Bo-Bo" Academic BROWN, MARCELLA HMM, General ' CARTER, FRED J. General CASEY, MARGARET ANN lfpeggylf General CHOVAN, MILDRED "Millie" General D'ANGELO, JOHN ANTHONY "johnny Boy' General DAVIS, DONNA ANN lID0nU Commercial DWOREK, CHARLES ELLIS SARAH ANE I I ns-Allyn Commercial FA IX, PATRICIA ANN Hpdnyf, Academic MICHAEL "Chuck" DIMITROFF, Genffal BARBARA ANN lfDimJI Commercial FRATTAROLI THOMAS "Fm" General FAZIO, LEE IFFHZZ-yi! General 9 FURMAN, LINDA HLinU General FROHNE, KARL Academic GNIAZDOWSKI, FRANCIS "Blurb" General HALL, NANCY LEE GRIBSCHAW, RAYMOND THOMAS IlRay!f' General HERGET, EILEEN 11Dufk-yu General GROVE, BONNIE "Nance" General ELIZABETH llG1,01jey!! GRIFFITHS, GRETA Academic LEE "Gee-Gee" General HINTON, PATRICIA ANN lfpatll Commercial HOLMES, MARLYN LEE "Sherlock" Commercial JASKOLSKI, ELIZABETH ANN VfBunnJ'lJ Commmal KENNEDY, WALTER LEROY lfwdddylf General HORNFECK, CHARLES W. 'fauzrf Acadmc ILEY, CAROL LYNN General KILL, MARY ANN "Killy" Academic KISS, HELEN MARGARET "Ki.rJy" Commercial KUSTRA, EDWARD JOSEPH Academic LEWIS, GAIL LEE "Louie" General LARMI, OLIVER JULIAN Ilolill Academic NY 3 AA, ,rw- LAVER, MARIAN HLQUII Commercial LEES, DALE W. General I2 LONG, JOHN J. lljobnnylf General MAJZER, MARY ANN Commercial MALLICK, FRANCIS 1.1!-may, General MATTHEWS, DONNA MCAULIF F E, TIMOTHY B. "Tim Banef' Academic MILLER, DONALD EARL McDOWELL, LANCE D. General MILLER, THOMAS 1-1. "Hubiel' Academic JEAN "Donna" MARTELL, DARLENE Commema' "Dar" Commercial MENDICINO, JOHN, W. "Mendy" MCMAHON, MARY Academic JOAN "Mary fo" General 1 "Cheech" General I3 NOSICH, LAYNE JOE "Knight" General PASINSKI, CASIMIR HKQJIJ General OGURCHAK, ROBERT HB0 bl! Commercial PASINSKI, THERESA JEAN "jamie" Commercial PANEK, LORETTA PHILLIPS, JAMES C MARIE lfLa-Ln!! PALMER, RICHARD P. Commercial "Rim" General NFUPJU PENSENSTADLER, Genera' ROY JOHN Hpennyff Academic POCIASK, PATRICIA. LOUISE "Cb0p5ie" Academic SACHS, KARL R. "Said: " General RAZEWSKI, RICHARD "Ruff General ROBERTS, GAIL General RYABY, JOAN M. "j0anie" SAFFA, JEAN ANITA "jeannie" Commercial Commercial SALVI, SUSANNAH BONNER "Surie" Academic SALZMANN, FAYE EILEEN "Salzy" , Academic SCHINOSI, LOUIS "Shogi" General SPALLONE, MARY UMW, Commercial 55315531 , l f 3' K azfff3Q gg ,lqawkgim S wr 3? , ,Lf fi? H u L',,', Lgg ,mkf ' . '1,i S3 , SEMAN, GEORGE EDWARD "Big Pow Afadfmlf SGROI, Lois LORRAINE ,,L0,, General STANCZAK, MARY SHANDOR, VICTOR "Vime" General JANE "Mae" Commerclal STEIN, ARLENE HELEN "fir" Academic STOEFIERE, JOANNE "f0u'eamza" General SYDESKI, JOHN 'fSi" General TACIK, FRANCIS LAWRENCE "Saab" General M. 5 . ' VRANKA, RONALD TROMBETTA, Academic I J . 'Lung "" R , , .. " I R I . "fV' "johnny" ' General TI-IOMAS, RICHARD WILLIAM Hnfw Academic WILEY, DONALD LEE "Dewey" WIDEL, CHARLES Gwen' IOI-IN "Chuck" General JOSETTE "f0,rfef"' Commercial I7 WILLIAMS, GARY A. Academic WILLIAMS, JOAN "jaw Commercial YANDERLY, LYDIA JOSEPHINE "Lew 10" Afad'fm'C YESENSKY, EVELYN MARIE WILLIAMSON, JOYCE CLARISSA Ifjoyyriefl Commercial WITKOWSKI, ROBERT E. "Wm" Academic ,,El,eif I Commercial ZELEZNIK, ALICE MARIE HAZ!! General ZYRA, ARLENE "Blondie" General f UNDE.RCLfXSSMEN 11 MCCLURE 11 POMOCKY 20 JUNIOR CLASS Fjrrf wuz' Fogaros, L. Gioia, C. Smith, G. Matthews, George, P. Ruzich, Lesko D. Snyder, E. Sitlco. Sefomf wuz' W. Will, G. Simlco, D. McDonnell, Burch, P Watkins, Larmi, C. Darafn, M. Datlzun, H. Sutman, Obal. Third faux' R. Lohr, l Kigowski, E. Gagorik, Barr, B. Headings, A. Martino, H. Knapton, Schillaci, F Biega, E. Klingensmith, R. McClellan, F. Swislcowslci. CLASS OF 1959 lfiiivf mzzx' F. Carter, B. Ifetlak, C. Mastrovich, V. Prisinski, S. Shaw, K. Delfelice, P Gabauer, D. Fato, A. Hart. Samui! mzzx' W. Ukusik, D. Byers, L. Dunlevy, S. Holliday L. Shuster, M. Mihzilko, McCt1slin, P. Visyak, P. Kurnish, M. Como, G. Geltz D. Graham. 7'fJiwf mzzz' lf. Ulotlie, B. Davis, F. D'Antonio, T. Griffiths, A. luck son. B. Gusscr, R. Hornfecls, D. Ginexim, Brysh, E. Rapp, H. Shultz, C. Piccioni, V Kochuba, B. Booth, B. Connor. JUNIOR CLASS T Fiizrf roux' M. Plesniak, H. Miller, C. Huntey, C. Lagoyda, N. Lostetter, P. Marshall, P. Demis, F. Thomas, D. lfrailey. Semin! rruzzz' Olson, L. Bennett, P. Klug, A. Sitlco, P. Labisal-1, E. Armstrong, Kass, R. Kiilinowski. Third rozzz' T. Tudek, T. Kwolek, W. Plesniuk. MCCz1slin, R. Pasinski: R. Underwood, R. Shumber, M. Harlan, L. Spanbauer, Steffan, Miller. The juniors have taken their first steps toward becoming the upperelassmen of our school. They have proven themselves capable of .assuming the responsi- bilities whieh will become entirely theirs next year. The class of '58 wishes them the best of luck. lim-I mu: R. Richel, R. Skiilski, M. Miivritz, D. lfgiit, C. Mello, Byers, N. Williams, J. Hughes, Rushe. Semin! mir: H. Grimm, A. Kantorczyk, G. DiMarCo, Smith, R. Przywiirty, L. Creinert, Hunt, M. Antlres, M. Xvesolowsky. Third rrizzx' l. Ehrenreich, 12. Stillio, C. Dfiiorgio, B. Rutling, Kntonir, D. Grimes, Klotz, lfoster, D. Tiskievvie, NW. Motter, Obrimovich. ll CIAVARRA ll LAFRANKIE 2l SOPHOMGRE CLASS Firff row: R. Svatz, P. Sherman, B. Biddle, Z. McKown, M. Phillips, N. Cole, M Vanscoy, M. Wzlrady, P. Gniewlcowski, D. Merta. Semin! row: S. Carns, P. Cola, M Grossi, L. Whoolery, M. Betz, C. Crissman, L. Camersen, G. Hruska, P. Trimble, D Labon, Vranka, M. Hohl, Geer, K. Spernock, R. Ellis. Third roufx L. Galeza, D lfrattaroli, Pasinski, B. Dunlevy, T. Ghetian, M. Piekut, Hoff, B. Hinton, Regan, L. Sikorski, Morgan, T. McCuslin, R. Donofrio, P. Minydzak. CLASS OF 1960 Firrf rouu' M. Berthold, V. Thompson, A. McCombs, C. Siudyla, L. Skiba, Labon, E. Fresh, C. Serena, B. Cannon. Sammi wuz' C. Berthold, Pensenstadler, M. Smith, M. Shirley, B. Bajuscik, R. Davis, E. Pellasce, K. Wiles, C. Yocum, V. Antico, B. Fogaros, H. Harmon, C. Giannandrea, T. Pasinski. Third row: T. Mrkich, K. Sitko, S. Franks, N. Test, D. Rankin, Dworek, T. Englcrt, K. Zebroski, D. Gasser, B. Slafka, G. Cooper, A. Chlystek, V. Bryer, C. Randolph. 10 BALLABAN lO COMO 10 KURKA 10 PIOTROWSKI SOPHOMORE CLASS Firxrl wuz' S. Golembiewski, D, Mianzo, S. Bumbzirger. L. Ercole, E. Kontros, L. Mc- Dowell, N. Byers, li. VanBuskirk. N. Williziins, N. Ploskina. 561717161 faux' Karnas, C. Bruni, M. Ulakovic, C. Zeleznik, M. W21W'fZCHlLlk, C. Onesi, A. Mayher, S. Gentile, P. LoBue, L. Koleck, T. Kuzio, N. Kusmrik, Zubroski, D. Steinlcoph, M. A. Yesensky, J. Mendicino. Thin! mum' E. Majzer, H. Gallagher, A. Petrus, Richards, Thomas, C. Kurta, R. Garber, L. Zaleski, D. Humenik, C. McDowell, S. Froboucli, Nestor, li. Natale, B. Boor. M. Kattic, Vlfith another years experience added to their high school lives, the sopho- mores have increased in wisdom and the desire to be a credit to Glassport High School. Firff wuz' R. Gniefkoslqi, A. Novzlkowslxi, B. Joyce, M. Kaye, R. Papernick, P. Przywnrty M. Trumpe, B. Ryaby, S. Brntton. james. Serum! z'uzz': A. Zeleznik. B. Sitko, S Heath, S. Pasco. P. Furlong, H. Skodol. C, Kohl, P. Nacuirato, P. Perkoski, M. Kendal P. Economos. Thin! mzrf li. Laircinese, B. lioster. P. Angler, R. Williginls. T. Fzigan, H Sw.1nt.1ck, W. Holton, C. Wisser, C. Trich, Spyra, Preler, Andrews, Hysmith, J. Nagy. FRESHMAN CLASS Firff rouu' D. Chottiner, B. Widel, D. Carlson, C. McMahon, G. Zebak, L. Marcus, :I Pollock, P. Palmer, C. Griffiths. Semin! wzzx' L. Kantorczyk, B. Sherman, W. Bickerton G. Benner, G. Wagner, V. Strakcr, M. Stinner, F. Grimm, P. Shimko, A. Scklan, R Obranovich. Third rouu' E. Tyszkiewicz, B. Stone, T. Sinatra, B. Brooks, T. DiFransico D. Farmerie, D. Montanti, A. Borrelli, W. Wisnicwski, H. Lewis, K. Null, Feltz R. Dworek. CLASS OF 1961 Ifizxrl rouf: M. Detman, A. Rushe, E. Deliman, E. Majzer, B. Roberts, P. Spyra, S. Hurrell, G. Hornfeck, Kaufmann. Semml row: S. Ehrenreich, D. Beeler, R. Pitkins, C. Lynn, B. Hughes, Madison, G. Wcron, A. Veronick, A. Rusnak. Third wzzx' D Goldbaugh, A. Elkanick, Disegi, N. Hruska, W. Brown, R. Yabionsky, A. Tomko, T. Jarusinski. 9 PAYNE 9 ROBERTSON 9 ROBERTS BARRES 9 TAUBERG FRESHMAN CLASS Firrt mia' P. Wfestwoocl, R. Trombettil, G. Kimmelmun, Simurcla, D. Morgan, M Mihalko, T. Gniazdowsku, M. Bills, B. Barton. Sammi wuz' R. Pacewicz, Pasinslsi. L. Byers, K. McKown, M. Lucas, R. Kennedy, Rufliing, B. Schmitt. Third muh' H Furman, E. Wrmrek, Paceruchil, N. Dabruzzo, D. Crownoyer, C. Zoscak, G. Mehalcilc. D. Larcinese. This year's freshman class has shown the ability and ambition to support and carry on the acnvines of the school wluch xvul one day soon be then responsibility. Ifiixrf muy' R. Gerstner, George. M. Kapsgir, K. Pensenstiuller, G. Sitlco, L. Schwarz, S. Smith, Robertson, D. Cfoughenour. Semin! min W. Wfilson, T. Wfglrclropper, B. Bratton. M. Reese, lf. Shumber, Remettii, N. Piergrossi. M. Brlrtlco, M. Wible. R. Bender. 9 DMUNDSON TAUBERG FRESHMAN CLASS Firr! row: K. Murphy, N. LaBrosse, B. Andrejdes, G. Chockla, B. Sherman, P. Drago J. Ploskina, D. lobes, B. Harff, l. jones. Semfmf faux' L. Crinici, M. Shimko, William son, E. Raden, G. Merta, M. Clay, I-ladvab, P. Mayou, M. Brown, P. Boyle, Chlystek T. Delfini, C. Ferguson. Thin! rouu' Vay, E. Herget, Bleigh, C. Gouker, E. Osacla G. Betz, B. Whirl, D. Dine, Booth, F. Majzer, D. Morgan, D. Kirkwood, P. Rike D. Phillips, F. Petrosky, V. Purnell, R. Brysh. HAYS P R O T E G E S SPORTS A Ni WEDGE AIkKL'x'xlWsNI'l C l.mir14m Scwll Swiwx klllj C.1rm-Qin liwlmu-stg-.M Ipliz.1lwcth XViimL-ulixltu 15l'.1nM4rLk 'IF' 3, . 1M I , III M I XXQIXI .II K My ' ., I IQIIIIIIII' l I If I Ihr IIIL g " I .Q 2 4.'v. ' H lII.IzIsIII--MII, W? gg t 5 is I RANCIS GN IAZDOWSKI OLIVILR LARMI JIM PHILLIPS LAYNE NOSICH TOM MILLER 5 5 ee , K ,fin Q QTEYEEL M 5 ,f,- V' V K S Q A 2 Q if f i Af ' , M .- .,' Q: 5 1 -"k ' an "lf " , M ' , 'ff' . ' fi ' W " A . 'W' 2 I k'QW 4-3 i i :m i v-A ir A ng, ,Q 4, ,. -Q N wa . , ' vii ,, S A :,:- 'W A V X 4 A' K M M as' 93, W T1 V Q? tLMgff0,f- I iff l .4 l COACH, Mr. H11yS MANAGERS: C Dworek, L. Galeza, R. Farmerie, B. Peck, B. Booth The players and coaches ol' this year's team can proudly say that through their con- tributions, Glassport has had its best season in I7 years. The Glads were undefeated in Class "A" competition. Witlr a few breaks in the championship game against Braddock, Glassport might have been the Class "A" champs. Our well-deserved "thanks" must be given tu Head Coach George Hays and his assistants for their fine job in '38, Q if f V t astra, rfb? ' ""'wp, Wu 'N Mr. Hays, Mr. Como, Mr. Lalfrankie, Mr. Kurka, Mr. Ballaban. 3I 2 . Bama El, ., Y H258 7 Fnuf mu K Subs L XXf1del I Gniazdowski C Homfcdx O L1rm1 G WIIIITIU5 WLQ1 c um! 1 1 Ii Sutmm, E. Rapp R Kllnovnkl I W1llS Schl 'Lu R Underwood 'llamf If zz L C xprigmi, Phillips R Homfcclx L Noslch H Patcrrl Catch it, Ron Go all the way 3 be , . . I fiiwlm in 1 G9l'a4G l' Ea ,,v,A ,Q 'A?L n lgiilf 5 M .. Q E2 Q K .,lf5 .,m1Nf. Q. Firff rozrs S. Frobuck, T. Spanbaucr, J. Pasinski, T. Ghetian, M. Kadic, A. Zelezmlx T. Pasinski, Libcl. Semucf rozzx' M. Piekut, R. Mcelland, D. Dworvek, W. V1mMetcr L. Zelesky, R. Willizlms, W. Holten. Third mzzz' F. Beiga, D. Gnsscr, A. Jackson, Olson, Miller, T. Sydeski, D, I-Iumcnik. M PHILLIPS SC LOU SCHINOSI LAYNI1 NOSICH qnpqkm TOM MILLER 1 71 R 1 gal rl V li x 1 I y 1 J- BOB BUSH H CQ1 i LCR XVIDIZI. H 1- , .. 12 -- n . .,.. , A v,Lk V, .. v,.. gm 1 ,N , aw i, fl , my . X 4 f 3 . , X, I Z : ' Y! I A ' S.. 'rc PM C.1XlX1P,'XNO L iw S Y, E 'H 'M y yi , 5 ' rg J iwlw- " 1 5 ,. , 7 J 5 E:ll.E,.I f m i H --'- WQHLQHQEZSELE:W'?Wi?zw?5lff'A 515' A is ' Q gf ' S' K if Q 1 3 A X EN V1l1ir.vz"v,..J,L NY , - ' ' -.x .. :E - 25115 . H ' 1 5 ' 15 . , , leg , - 4, I--vw,zf,s1ff I :g m 1 pf- - ,Q,wmff1f:2:7ag 11 : ,gg -gzzzm , -2 1 " E ,shag 5 5253 gmsfv. , 2 'N 1335? Q-'H VR wx W ' 2 fl .V ' 1' 2.1 I 3 COACHES MANAGERS COACHES G. Gorun R. LaErankie G. Hays M. Kurlca li. Clavarra Ffzrfzft-3' Mfzmzger STUDENT MANAGERS R. Gribschaw C. Dworelq VARSITY Y Q 3 i31" HEAD COACH The Glads record in section play was 1 win and 11 losses. But, with a little bit of luck along the way this record could have been 6 and 6. Two more baskets in the Elizabeth games would have given us two more victories. Nor does the record show how close the Munhall game was, or that the Homestead game had to go into ov er- time. Even mighty Mclieesport was only l point better than the Glads when the clock showed a minute to go. However, the record shows what did happen, not what almost happened. Wfe must admit though, that in the rugged Section VI competition, luck sometimes decides the fate of a team. COACH, George Gorun RESERVE BASKETBALL Much of the Credit for our fine junior Varsity team, must go to George Hays. This ye.1r's team, fighting against rugged Section VI opposition, finished with at 2 it-nd 10 record. The season record was 9 and 13. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL The Cil.1SSl70fl junior High School B.isl4etlv.1ll te.nn toinpleted tinotlier suceesstiul year wostiiig .1 record ot 6 wins .ind 15 losses. The te-.im tiinished the se.1son in third plate ot Section Vlll ot' the vliinior W'.l7.l,A.l,, with 11 record ot' -1 wins .ind 6 losses. Mr. Rohert l,L1l:FL1l1lilC with the rihle .issisttinte ol' Mr. Mielmiel Ktirlei did it tine ioh in training these boys tor the tiuture mirsity te.11n ot' CLI l.S. M, 1 TOM MILLER .4 VERN FRANK BOOK MALLICK HUCK CHUCK L WIDEL 14705013 LAYNE NOSICH COACH, Mr. joseph Como BASEBALL Baseball at Glassport High School is going into the third season under the very capable coaching of Mr. joseph Como. With eleven lettermen coming back this year, we are looking forward for another successful season. The Glads had a record of 6 wins and 3 losses last year. Baseball team PLAYERS-Fii'Jf row: C. Sample, H. Sutman, T. Tudek, T. Lewis, R. Zebroski, C. Hornfeck, T. Petras. Second row: W. Ukasik, C. Widel, R. Underwood, R. Kalonowski, L. Nosich, J. Brysh, V. Book, D. Grimes, L. Galeza. Third row: M. Wesolowsky, F. Mallick, R. Pasinski, F. Beiga, T. Miller, R. Hornfeck, M. Piekut, Olson, D. Grahamn, T. Kwolek. MANAGERS Darrel Byers Larry Galeza I0 - .r ,wmewfavfz 1. cg-J 'S'?' K gg D w F M K I 5 X f' 1 Q Pt V 4-,:j..:,i5?Lq A V TT: ' .,,. ., , 1 5 ry- . v y.-2 N I -My 0 ' .Z STAFF HEADS E Herget E Anater P Faxx M A K1l1 T McAu11ffe L J Yanderly, K the the and for and ART STAFF BUSINESS STAFF LITERARY STAFF PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF SPORTS STAFF TYPING STAFF GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SENIOR G.A.A. Fifi! wuz' L. Pameli. Bl. J Stnnczak, D, Davis, M. J. Mc Mahon, P. Pociask, J. Williaiiis F. Salzmann, G. Roberts, J Saffu, M. A. Barcala. Sammi faux M. I.. Bodus, E. Anater, L. J. Yanderly, M, Spallone, E. Bercik, C. Iley, B. Dimitroff, J. Trom betta, L. Furman, M. Casey Third faux' B. Biddle, P. Hinton, T. J. Pasinski, J. C, Williaiiison, M. Laver, M. A. Majzer, M. A. Kill, M. Holmes, G. Lewis, G. Germak. G.A.A. OFFICERS Prefidelll . . .. JOSETTE TROINIBETTA V266 Preffdwlf PAYE SEIFRIED Sefrelfzfy . . . . PAULA LABLIE Treizfurer . SALLY SHAW' JUNIOR G.A.A. Fifi! wut' Lesko, A. Kan- torczyk, P. Ruzick, J. Hunt. D. Fruley. P. lXliIl'Sl'l2lll, B. Fetlak, F. Carter, G. Matthews, A. Hart, Sewml' wuz' C. Smith, R. Richcl, M, Mawritz, R. Przywrirty, Larmi, V. Pasiriski, S. Shaw, H. Miller, L. Greiner, D. Fato, M. Como. Third wzzx' G. DiM11rco, N. Lostetter, C. Lagoyda, C. I-Iuntey, Fognros. Smith, P. Labisak, M. Mihnlko, P. Visyak, P. Karnish, K. Delfelice, C. Mello. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOPHOMORE G.A.A Firyz faux' M. Phillips, A. Mayher, E. Pellasce, C. Bruni, S, Heath. I., Ercole, D, Merta, C. Serena M, A. Vanscoy, P. LaBue, B, Cannon, C. Zeleznik. Sewrzd wuz' M. Kendal, M. Hohl, J. Vranka B. Biddle, C. Siuldyla. M. Smith, P. Furlong, L, Cameasen, M. Wfarady, D. Mianzo, M. L. Betz R. Gniefkoski, L. Kolick. M. XVawrzeni:1k. 'l'lJ1rd mzu' R. Davis, V. Antico. S, Carns, B. Fogaros M. Grossi, H. Harmon, E, Kontros', I.. Vdfhoolery, N. L. Ploslcina, J. A. Mendicino, P. Sherman, R Svatz, H. Skodol, P. Cola, J. Zabroski, J. Byerly, C, Onesi, M. Shirley, S. Bumbarger. S. Gentile FRESHMAN G.A.A. Fin! mum' S. Chottiner. K. Pensenstaidler, I. Jones, M. A. Kapsar, M. Brown, J. Robertson, B. J. Harff, D. Jobes, K. Murphy, J. Simurda. R, Trombetta. M. Mihalko. Sammi faux' P. Mayou, T. Delfini, T. Gniazdowski, J. Ploskina. F. Grimm, C. Griffiths, B. Barton, P. Spyra, N. Labrosse, D. Morgan, S. Smith, E, Raden, J. Kaufmann, J. A. Chlystek, C. McMahon, G. Hornfeck, B. Sherman, G. Chockla. Third faux' J. Williaiiiscnn, M. A. Bills, B. Widel. G. Kimmelman. S, Hurell, M Stinner, M. Clay, G, Merta, L. Marcus, J. Hadvalv. V. Straker. G, Benner, P. Palmer. J. George, D. Carlson, B. Roberts, E. Majzer, L. Schwarz. HI-Y OFFICERS R. GRIBSCHAW, Preffdevzl D. LEES, Vice Prefidenl BOB DAVIS, Treafuref' G. XVILLIAMS, Secretary MR. MIHOCES, Adzimr The Hi-Y, under the leadership of Mr. Mihoces, advisor, and the able of- ficers, has had a prosperous year. Their social activities this year included basketball, volleyball, and swimming and skating parties. Their Christmas project was collecting clothing and toys for the needy of the district. The club also co-operated with the Y-Teens to sponsor the Heart Hop. HI-Y MEMBERS Fin! row: L. Stanbauer, E. Piccioni, W. Ukasik, B. Sorg, L. Bennett, J. Mendicino, K. Baur, E. Klingensmith, E. Stillio. Second muh' R. Schumber, G. Se-man, R..Gribschaw, D. Lees, D. Genevan, R. Palmer, T. McAuliffe. G. Williams, B. Davis. TEACHERS' ASSISTANTS Bliss Taubcrgs ,fi.r.eirI,121I.r Fin! mn' Sue Salvi Mary Ann Kill Faye Salzman Arlene Stein Greta Griffiths Strand mu' ,Ioyce VC'illiamson Donna Davis Josette Tiromhetta Limla Furman Mr. Ciax arra's AJ.ri,vmz1f.f Nita Lostetcr Gary Geltz Gloria DiMarco Karl Frohne Bob Wfitkowski Dave Graham Mr. Hays .!lf.ri,ftt1r1l.f Fir!! mu" J. D'Angelo V. Book Mr. Hays T. Fratteroli F. Carter Semrzd mu' J. Borrelli J. Thomas E. Stillio C. Homfeck Y-TEENS THE CABINET Firrz row: K. DeFelice, J. Willianas, Miss Robinson. M. Laver, P. Labisak. Second row: B. Dimitroff, M. A. Kill, G. Germak, F. Salzmann, P, Pociask. M. J. McMahon, P. Karnish, J. Trombetta. The Y-Teens, under the leadership of Miss Helen Robinson, advisor, and the able officers, have had a prosperous year. Among their social activities were the Sadie Hawkins Dance, Heart Hop and several Skating Parties. The officers this year were President. Marion Laver, Vice President, Joni Williamsg Secretary, Kitty De Felice and Treasurer, Pat Labisak. SENIORS Fin! 1'0'll'.' D. Davis, P. Pociask, M. J. McMahon, B. Dimitroff, J. Trombetta, J. Williams, L. Furman, G. Griffiths, E. Herget, E. Bercik. Semnd row: E. Yesensky, C. Iley, E. Anater, M. L. Bodus, F. Salzmann, G, Roberts, M. A. Kill, L. J. Yanderly, G. Lewis, M. Casey. Third row: S. J. Ellis, M. Baran, P. Hinton, T. J. Pasinski, A. Stein, M. A. Majzer, M. Laver, B. Biddle, S. Salvi, L. Sgroi, M. Holmes, G. Germak. 48 Y-TEENS JUNIORS, Friar! muy A. Kantorczyk, F. Vach, J. Hunt, L. Grienert, J. A. Thomas, J. George, G. DiMarco D. Manzlak, M. Carapella, 1. Smith. C. Mello, L. Gioia, C. Mastrovich. Sefofzd faux' D. Fraley, N. J Williarns. 1. Byers. S, Holliday, M. Ladzun. F. Siefred, V. Pasinski, F. Carter, B. Fedak, M. Como A. 1. Hart. D. Fato, B. Harff, M. Mihalko, P. Gabaur, M. Wilson, A. Sitko. Third faux' G Matthews. DI. Larmi. C. Lagoycla, N. Lostetter, R. Skalski, R. M. Pryswarty, C. Huntey, P. Visyak P. Labisak. E. Armstrong, C. Smith, P. Karnish, K. DeFeliCe, McCaslin, S. Kirally, L, Shuster L. Dunlevy. P. Marshall, E. Sitko. SOPHOMORES Firyf mum' S. Pasco, C. Suiclyla, S. Bumbarger, M. Shirley, C. Bruni, R. Davis, R. Papernick, C. Onesi, B. Biddle, C. Zeleznik, P. LaBue, L. Camersen, B. Sitko. Serofzd ww: N. Willizinus. M. Betz, S. Gentile. S. Heath, A. Mayher, S. Carns, P. Furlong, M. Smith, B, Bajuscik, R. Svatz, L. Kolick J. Karnas, M. Waradyr, P. Naccarato, D. Mianzo. K. Spernock, M. Wawrzeniak, A. McCombs Tbzrd faux' J. Vranka, M. Phillips, L. Ercole, V. Antico, M. Grossi, D. VanBuskirk, J. Byerly R. Ellis, E. Kontros, H. Harmon, P. Sherman, D. Merta, C. Yocum, D. Labon, M. Hohl, H Skodol, P. Cola, J. Zabroslci, T. Kuzio, D. Steinkopf. r v 1 DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS STAGE CREVU: A PCIIIIS. I.. Stbrer, J, Pensenstadler. F. Gribshaw, R. I-Iornfeck, Schillnci. I Lewis. P1'4,sidw1f. PAT POCIASK Vin' Prwidwzf, PAT VISYAK 'I'm'.1,w111'u'. LINDA FVRMAN SuL'11f.11'y. FAY SALZMANN fM1j,m1'. MISS ELEANOR PAYNE hu, H lfjwf wzr: S, Slmw. K. I7L'I:tIlL't. R II.lPCl'IIILI'i. S, Illscu. . 50 STAGE CQRKXY' XVxlIi.xmN. I.. Iiruwlc. C McIXI.1lmu. R, 'l'1'umlctt41, D. Dux P. Visyxlk. I7. SIIIIIIIJHII, P. lxux. S Smith. Ii. IICIISCII5I.lKIlCl'. A. INI.lI'IIL1', kl, XX IIILIIIHS. I., VI. X.m III-rIV. M. A, Kill. SLLVHIJV ww: bl. 'l'wmIvcttn. S. Hurrcl. N W M. MCM.x11un. P. Pucinsk. H. Skmiul. I.. Fu1'm.m. If Grimm S. S.1lx'i. 'l'fvmf wfzrq U. Iimrnfuck. G, Clwcklu. IS, Dimitroft M. A. Bgl1'c.1l.1. N, IIICI'gI1'USSI. I., STLII'L'l'. 'lf R.1mIi5g. M. I.uvc1 DRAMATIC CLUB PLAYS SIIVENTEEN IS AXWFULLY YOUNG This story is of the Eliot sisters: jan, the pampered darling and Nicki, the mouse. The Eliots have just moved to the small town of Riverville. jan being very attractive soon became well adjusted in the social field while Nicki buried herself in books. That is until Miss Tilby instructed her in U1-low to get a boyfriend." This worked only too well, Nicki got three boyfriends and getting rid of them was something even bliss Tilby couldnt do. MEET CORLISS ARCHER Corliss has just received word that her Cousin Agnes is about to arrive. Agnes will stay in Corliss' room, and it's a mess. Because of this untidiness, Mother cracks down and wont let Corliss go on her date with Dexter tonight. Corliss then decides to make up a fake diary. She writes up her actually temperate father as though he were a raving alcoholic who beats his wife. Not satisfied with this, she describes gentle Dexter as a juvenile delinquent. Corliss finally realizes her mistake, but before she can straighten it out, Cousin Agnes gets hold of Corliss' fade diaryfand believes it's true! HI-LYF HI-LYF EDITORS-Fifi! row: M. Laver M. A. Barcola, L. J. Yanderly, B. Grove Semfld roufz' S. Salvi, M. Shirley, M. A Kill, J. Williams, J. Trombetta, L. Furman This year, under the direction of Mr. Myron Ghetian, the Hy-Lyf took on the appearance of a regular newspaper. Letti jo Yanderly, the editor-in-chief, with the assistance of Bonnie Grove, did a superb job of putting out improved editions ofthe Hy-Lyf. HY-LYF STAFF Fifi! row: L. J. Yanderly, A. Mayher, L. Kolich, Smith, P. Visyalc, P. Marshall, G. DiMarc0, V. Antico, C. Pasco. Second row: J. Larmi, D. Mianzo, J. Trombetta, L. Furman, J. Williams, M. Baron, M. Shirley, H. Skodol, N. Lostetter. Third row: E. Armstrong, P. Labisak, E. Sitko, B. Fedak, K. Frolme, L. Bennett, T. Frattoroli, M. Laver, M. A, Kill, B. Grove, B. Dimitroff, M. A. Barcola. PROJ ECTIONISTS Fm! mu-5 T. McAuliffe. Mr. Roberts. F. Gnilxzllowski. Sefwzd 1'0zz': Brysch, V. Kochuba. C. Piccioni. JUNIOR RED CROSS Firfz way' M. Smith. C. Mastrovich, P. Marshall. Slrmzd :vu .' Mrs. Barrcs. D. Fraley, R. 'l'rombetta. D. Morgan. Third wuz' M. A. Klotz. L. Wfestwood. J. Hadvab, C. Yocum. M. Milwalco. l CONCESSION WORKERS .VMI .--.-lu... Ffrrf ffzzly' G. Benner. S. HLIl'I'L'll, G. Kimmc-lmgxn, CQ. McMahon. VI. I1Ol'Hl-LCl'i. K. Murplly, Sim mzzz' S. Ellis, P, Fnix. lf, M.1jfcl'. R, 'lromlvcttm K. Sutmgm. D. lN1u1'g.1n. 'lffinll wuz' VI. Stcflzln I.. XY'cstwood. nl. Hzulmlw. M. A. Bulrnlll. D. Clmttinux J. Mmlison, S. S.1lvi. XV. Plcsniak. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB This year the President of the Social Studies Club was selected in a very unique way. Candidates were picked and a convention, like that of nominating the President of the United States, was held. The highlight of the-year was a trip to Washington D. C. in April. Money for the trip was raised by selling candy bars. The faculty advisor of the group was Mr. Robert LaFrankie. COMMERCIAL CLUB OFFICERS C, Karafa. Secretaryg E. Sitlcu, President: Mrs. Truxcll, Atlvisurg G. I-lrusku. Vice Presitlentg C. Kohl, Treasurer. COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club, under the direction of Mrs, Josephine Truxell is an orguniziition of whith Glassport High can he very proud. A very gittive club which snltl Candy at nuon for its money- malcing project. .gn ,li . .Q Qj'1?i,g , i 'r 5 If wnirwhk gif-i 5 43 V..! Q , In I W ' . Qi," .1 M 4 . ' i ' Seci'etiu'ies practicing seueturiiil work can he interesting iintl beneficial. ln the case of the faculty secretaries it is beneficial to them for the experience they gain :incl the teachers gain hy the small duties the secretaries perform, 4 4 'Kal .3 tw 5 1 s 4 1 42 ,fig at ss A 2' 4 S . 5 3' Q 9 -Q X 3? 5 ,x 5 ? l I iw z w X31 li SQ . S gr. f . .Q 4.1 , 55, 37 Q .veg 'Q if . N 3 K, . H I ,Q Q Y f s s x ,. .S- 2? L 3 .4 S CLARINET Brown, Marsha Delfini, Toni Dunlevy, Lana Fato, Dolores Furman, Linda Geltz, Gary Giblisco, Adele Hart, Alma Heath, Sara Kill, Mary Ann Mazur, john Novakowski, Anna Mae Robertson, Judy Salzman, Raye Smith, Shirley Sherman, Betty Visyak, Pat TRUMPET Bosich, Bob Carter, Frieda Davis, Bob Fedak, Barb Ferguson, Calvin Ginevan, Dave Grimes, Linda Orlando, Anthony Prunell, Vaughn Rike, Paul Steinkopf, Darlene Swantack, Henry BELL LYRE Sitko, Barb Smith, Michelle BASSES Diedrick, Joe Graham, Dave Kustra, Ed. SAXES Anater, Ethelita Brysch, john Bumbarger, Sandy Ogurchak, Bob Shirley, Marjory Whirl, Bob Yanderly, Letti .jo FLUTE Como, Madaline Jones, Irene Paseo, Sharlene ALTON HORN Antico, Veronica De Felice, Kitty Gentile, Sandy Papernik, Ruth OUR BAND IN ACTION PERCUSSION DiPierio, Dan Grove, Bonnie Kapphan, jack Kirkwood, Duane Morgan, David Piergrossi, Nick Ukasik, Walt BARITONE HORN Furlong, Pat Gasser, Bill Mastrovick, Carol TROMBONES Brysch, Bob Davis, Warren Masch, Carol Rusnalc, Jim Taylor, Carol Hurd Nlujrfwliei' PATTY LOU POSIASK Drum Major BILLY GASSER Bill Gasser, our new drum major, was very successful in leading the band. Adding color and pep to our band are the majorettes. At all football games, pep assemblies, and parades they put on a fine exhibition of strutting and twirling. Led by Patty Lou Posiaslc they practiced long and hard to learn their many new drills. JONI WILLIAMS CHEERLEADERS I JOSETTE TROMBETTA MARY JO MCMAHON PAT FEIGHTNER FRANCES VACH ANN KANTORCZYK This year our cheerleaders have been an exceptional group, exhibiting more than the usual amount of spirit. Their friendly smiles, as well as their cheers, have made them the most popular group in school. This year they were led by joan Willianis. COLOR GUARDS UAD,S SENIORS These band member, rnajorettes, and cheerleaders make up the select group known as "Quads Seniors." Their performances at athletic Con- tests and parades were enjoyed by all. Marshall, P. Anater, A. Tomko, G. DiMarCo. lfnxif mu: J. Tromhetta, M, j. MrMahon, -I. Wfilliiiiiis, P, Posiask. Seward wuz' M. A, Kill, E. Aneter. lf. Kustrn, lf. Salzmimn, li. Bosich, I.. J. YLlIlLlCl'lf', l.. Furmzm. Mr. Quudraueiu, CHORUS no E5 SENIOR WILL OF 1958 We, the seniors of G.H.S., being of weak mind and student body, do hereby-draw up the Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1958. To our supervising Principal, Mr. Naser, our Principal, Mr. Whirl, and the Faculty, we ex ress our sincere a reciation for their atience and understandin . P PP P 8 To the juniors, our rightful successors and heirs, we bestow our assembly seats, the editing of the Glahisean, and all the privileges accorded the Senior class by the facu ty. To the sophomores we give the duty of supporting school activities, because they soon will be the leaders, and hope they will set a good example for our school. To the freshmen we leave the right to the laughter, thrills, and headaches of their first year of High School. We would like to bestow our individual characteristics as follows: VERNON BOOK leaves his office as senior class president to some worthy junior. CAROL ILEY wills her long walk to school to Rosemarie Pryzwarty. EDWARD KUSTRA wants all his great tuba playing ability to go to David Graham. FRANCIS MALLICK wills his baseball experience to Walt Ukasik. DALE LEES wills his highly educated brain to Ed Stillio in hopes it will help him out in his senior year. MARIAN LAVER wills her ability to mix up her curriculum to any junior who is willing to try it. DONNA MATTHEWS leaves her job of reminding Mr. LaFrankie to read the notice to anyone who wants it. LANCE McDOWELL leaves the influence of his name to two up and coming seniors, Linda McDowell and Craig McDowell. CHUCKIE WIDEL leaves his typewriter to Kitty. ALICE MARIE ZELEZNIK is leaving all the hair she had cut off to any junior who needs it. LORETTA PANEK wills her fast rides home at lunch time to Helen Miller and Mary Lou Kaye. GEORGE SEMAN wills his unsound knowledge of French to Sip Jackson. MARY ANN BARCALA wills all the fun and laughs at half time to any senior of the Glahisean staff who is willing to work behind the concession stand during football season. TOM FRATTAROLI leaves the unburnt rubber of his rear wheels to Squire Kass. LAYNE NOSICH wills his white hair to Ron Kalinowski. ETHELITA ANATER wills her sparkling eyes and flashing smile to Carol Huntey. JOHN D'ANGELO leaves his black hair and brown eyes to Carl DiGeorgio on the condition that he takes good care of them. BOB BOSICH leaves his sound knowledge of French and Latin to all Otto scholars. JIM PHILLIPS wills his ability to stick the ball in the mud to Joe Schillaci. FAYE SALZMANN leaves her ability to make friends to Pat Visyak. DONNA DAVIS wills her short hair cut to Cassie George in hopes that she will never let it grow down to her shoulders. JONI WILLIAMS wills her position as head cheerleader to Annie Kantor. JOSETTE TROMBETTA wills her squashed seat in the back of the bus to Frances Vach. JOANNE STOFFIERE leaves Donna Fraley the chance to carry on the name of the Mc- Keesport majorette drill team. MILDRED CHOVAN leaves all her theme writing that she did for Mr. Kovacic to any student that likes to write. GAIL LEWIS leaves her seat on the street car to Nancy Norder. VIC SHANDOR wills his powers to sleep in every class to Karl DiGeorgio. MARY SPALLONE leaves a job for a junior girl to be an alert secretary to Mrs. Truxell. DARLENE MARTELL leaves Madeline Lucas three more lovely years in G.H.S. GLORIA BELUSCAK leaves all the fun and laughter she had in Mr. Kovacic's home room to Joan Fogaros. PAT POCIASK wills her long walks to school to any one who is in need of them. RICH RAZEWSKI wills all of his wooden toothpicks to Beaver. GAIL ROBERTS and BETTY JASKOLSKI leave their side kick ways to Gloria DiMarco and Frances Vach. JEAN SAFFA wills all of her teachers and classes to her sister, Marg, who is coming in as a freshman in 1958. PAT HINTON wills her vast knowledge of the vast unknown to Judy Lesko providing she never reveals the secret. MARY ANN MAJZER leaves her tall stature to the shortest junior. SARAH ELLIS leaves her position at Pater's Pharmacy to Andrea McCombs. BOB WITKOWSKI leaves his job as lab assistant to Larry Bennett. FRANCIS TACIK wills great pool shooting to Jim Kass. EVELYN BERCIK wills her curly hair to Nita Lostetter. JOHN BORELLI leaves all his P.O.D. notes to Carl DiGeorgio. TUCKER CAMPANO leaves his seat in Mr. Gorun's room to Herb Paterra. KARL SACHS wills his football jersey 4479 to Albert Jackson. ROY PENSENSTADLER wills his shoe shine kit to Bob Davis. BUTCH GNIADOWSKI wills his 4977 football jersey to Joe Schillaci. EVELYN YESENSKY wills her honored position as soda jerk to Rita Ellis. RICH THOMAS needs everything he has. FRED CARTER leaves his brain to Shelley Kiraly. HELEN KISS leaves her seat in the senior class to Dian Fait. PEGGY CASEY wills all her books to any junior who wants them. MARLYN HOLMES wills the ability to lose her P.O.D. study guide the first day she got it, to any junior who is daring enough to try it. THERESA PASINSKI wills her job at the Glassport swimming pool to Jack Katona. MARY JO MCMAHON leaves her sometimes curly pony tail to Barbara Fedak. CHUCK HORNFECK leaves the game pants he wore for practice to Rich. SHEILA ARBUCKLE leaves her pleasant personality to Marjorie Shirley. GERI GERMAK wills her ability to spend money to any and all future senior girls. NANCY HALL wills her inheritance of Colonel Layfield's peach tree plantation to Chuckie Berthold. KEN BAUR leaves his seat in Mr. Gorun's room to Jerry Baur. GRETA GRIFFITHS wills her blonde hair to Marlene Marwitz and hopes she will not change the color. MARLENE BARAN leaves her job at the baker shop to any girl from Port Vue with a sweet tooth. JOHN TRIMBLE is just leaving. JOYCE WILLIAMSON wills her little sister with the big enthusiasm the Glassport High. CHUCK DWOREK leaves the best managership position to Bud Booth. ARLENE ZYRA willingly leaves the troublesome task of going to school to her sister. LEE FAZIO leaves his horse riding to Mike Wesoloski. JOHN MENDICINO leaves the watching of the stock market to Val Kochuba. LOU SCHINOSI wills his position on the basketball squad to Fred Gribshaw. LOIS SGROI leaves her love for Port Vue boys to Lynn Greinert. MARCELLA BROWN leaves in peace. MARY JANE STANCZAK wills her long walks home to Gloria Zebak. DONALD WILEY wills all the pretty freshman girls to the senior boys. EILEEN HERGET wills her good behavior on the bus to Ronnie Lohr. KARL WHOOLERY gives Henry Schultz all his ambitions. BARB DIMITROFF wills her good luck of always coming in one minute before the late bell to anyone who wants to take it. WITNESSED: I. M. Broke O. B. Happy Signed THE CLASS 1958 SENIOR DIRECTORY ANATER, ETHELITA Ambition-Teacher Orchestra 57, 583 Band 56, 57, 583 Y- Teens 56, 57, 58, GAA 55, 583 Hy-Lyf 55, 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 57,.58Q Literary Editor 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 583 Student Librarian 56. ARBUCKLE, SHEILA FAY Ambition-Governess Y-Teens 57, 583 GAA 553 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 55, 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 563 Baccalaureate Choir 56, 573 So- cial Studies Club 58. BARAN, MARLENE A. Ambition-To Join Marines YTeens 57 58' Facult Secreta 58 ' 1 1 Y I-'Y S Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 583 Hy- Lyf 58. BARCOLA, MARY ANN Ambilion-Bell Telephone Operator GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Hy-Lyf 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 563 Library Club 563 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Concession Worker 55, 56, 57, 58. BAUR, KENNETH Ambition--Air Force Football 563 Hi-Y 56. BELUSCAK, GLORIA JEAN Ambition-To Marry a Marine Girls' Glee Club 57, 58. BERCIK, EVELYN ANN Ambition-Switchboard Operator Y-Teens 56, 573 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Commercial Club 553 Home Economics Club 583 Social Studies Club 58. BIDDLE, MARY BARBARA Ambition-Medical Technician Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Dramatic Club 563 Junior Red Cross 55, 56. 64 BODUS, MARY LOU Ambition-Laboratory Technician Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 56, 57, 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 58. BOOK, VERNON Amlzitio n-Zypocrateist? Faculty Secretary 583 Baseball 55, 56, 573 Football 55, 57, 583 Hi-Y 583 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. BORRELLI, JOHN Ambition-Merchant Marines Hi-Y 553 Gym Assistant 58. BOSICH, ROBERT W. Ambition-To Become Industrious Orchestra 55, 56, 57, 583 Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Baseball 55, 563 Foot- ball 553 Boys' Glee Club 55, 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 56, 573 Social Studies Club 583 Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58. BROWN, MARCELLA Ambition-Dog Catcher Girls' Glee Club 57, 58. CAMPANO, THOMAS A. Ambition-Professional Basketball Player Boys' Glee Club 583 Gym Assistant 583 Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58. CARTER, FRED J. Ambition-Auto Mechanic Gym Assistant 58. CASEY, MARGARET ANN Ambition-Marriage Y-Teens 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 So- cial Studies Club 58. CHOVAN, MILDRED Ambiliorz-Marriage Girls' Glee Club 57, 58. DAVIS, DONNA ANN Ambition-Secretary Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Hy-Lyf 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. O'ANGELO, JOHN ANTHONY Ambition-Office Work Boys' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 56, 573 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Instructor 58. DIMITROFF, BARBARA ANN Ambition-Nursing Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 Publicity Chairman 573 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secre- tary 583 Hy-Lyf 56, 57, 583 Typing Editor 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 573 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Concession 553 Junior Red Cross 55. DWOREK, CHARLES MICHAEL Ambizion-College Football Manager 56, 57, 583 Basketball Manager 57, 583 Hi-Y 55, 56, 533 50531 Studies Club 58. ELLIS, SARAH JANE Ambition-Private Secretary Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. FAIX, PATRICIA ANN Ambition-Nursing Education Glahisean 57, 583 C0-Edif01' 583 Dfamafif Club 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Junior Red Cross 55, 56, 57, Secretary 56, Pres- ident 573 Concession Worker 57, 58. FAZIO, LEE Ambizian-Bronc Rider FRATTAROLI, THOMAS J. Ambition-Auto Stylist Hy-Lyf 583 Sports Editor 583 Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 58. SENIOR DIRECTORY FROHNE, KARL Ambition-Petroleum Engineer Hy-Lyf 583 Glahisean 57, 583 Art Editor 583 Hi-Y 55, 563 I.ab. Assistant 57, 583 Projectionist 56. FU RMAN, LINDA Ambitia n-Nurse Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Hy-Lyf 55, 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 58, Treasurer 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. GERMAK, GERALDINE M. Ambilion-Bubble Dancer in a Bubble Gum Factory Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, Treasurer 573 Faculty Secretary 583 Girls' Glee Club 55, 563 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 58. GRIBSCHAW, RAYMOND THOMAS Ambition-Engineer Glahisean 57, 58, Co-Editor 583 Basketball Manager 57, 583 Boys' Glee Club 55, 563 Hi-Y 56, 57, 58, Treasurer 57, President 582 Social Studies Club 583 Student An- nouncer 57, 583 Lab. Assistant 57. GNIAZDOWSKI, FRANCIS Ambition-Industrial Artist Football 55, 56, 57, 583 Boys' Glee Club 56, 573 Baccalaureate Choir 563 Hi-Y 55, 563 Projectionist 55, 56, 573 Basketball 55, 56. GRIFFITHS, GRETA LEE Ambition-To Marry a Millionaire Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 Home Economics Club 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 563 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. GROVE, BONNIE ELIZABETH Ambition-Collee Education Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55. 56, 57, sag Hy-Lyf ss, 56, 57. 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Bac- calaureate Choir 57: Junior Red Cross 553 Gym Assistant 583 Social Studies Club 58. HALL, NANCY LEE Ambition-Cartoonist for Walt Disney Y-Teens 582 GAA 55, 563 Social Studies Club 58. HERGET, EILENE Ambition-Visit to Mars Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 58, Typing Editor 583 Girls' Glee Club 563 Social Studies Club 58. HINTON, PATRICIA ANN Ambition--Mad Scientist Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. HOLMES, MARLYN LEE Ambition-Century Plant Blossom Picker Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. HORNFECK, CHARLES W. Ambition-Fur Trapper in the North Woods junior Class Secretary-Treasurer 573 Base- ball 56, 57, 583 Football 55, 56, 57, 583 Boys' Glee Club 563 Baccalaureate Choir 563 Social Studies Club 583 Basketball 55. ILEY, CAROL LYNN Ambition-Author Y-TCCHS 56, 57, 583 GAA 56, 57, 58. JASKOLSKI, ELIZABETH ANN Ambilion-First Girl to join Annapolis Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 58. KENNEDY, WALTER LEROY Ambilion-Army Basketball 56, 57. KILL, MARY ANN Ambition-College Education Orchestra 55, 56, 57. 58: Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, ssz Hy-I-yf ss, 56, sv, sag News Editor ss- Glahisean 57, 58, Business Editor 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, Dramatic Club 56, 57, 58, Secretary 57, Vice President 58g Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Clul: 583 Mixed Chorus 57, 583 Junior Red Cross 55, 563 Gym Assistant 58. KISS, HELEN MARGARET Ambilion-Rancher Faculty Secretary 58. KUSTRA, EDWARD JOSEPH Ambilian-College Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Band Manager 573 Boys' Glee Club 56, 573 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 58. LARMI, OLIVER JULIAN Ambition-To Become Self Sufficient Football 55, 56, 57, 58. LAVER, MARIAN Ambition-Nursing Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, Secretary 57, Presi- dent 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Hi-Lyf 55, 56, 57, 58, Literary Ed. 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 563 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 junior Red Cross 55, 563 Gym Assistant 58. LEES, DALE W. Ambilion-Millionaire Hi-Y 57, 58, Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. LEWIS, GAIL LEE Ambition-Visit Duckie on Mars Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 573 Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 58. LONG, JOHN J. Ambilian-Engineering MALLICK, FRANCIS Ambition-Aviator Baseball 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Baseball 56, 57, 58. 65 MARTELL, DARLENE Ambition-To Get a Good Position and Get Married Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. MATTHEWS, DONNA JEAN Ambition-Flea Catcher for Dog Pound Y-Teens 55, 56, 573 Faculty Secretary 583 Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 58. MAJZER, MARY ANN Ambition-To be Elvis Presley's Secretary Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. MCAULIFFE, TIMOTHY B. Ambition-Aeronautical Engineer Stage Crew 583 Glahisean 57, 58, Sports Editor 583 Boys' Glee Club 56, 583 Bac- calaureate Choir 563 Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Projectionist 56, 57, 583 Lab. Assistant 57. McDOWELL, LANCE D. Ambition--Position in Fishing and Game Commission MCMAHON, MARY JOAN Ambition--Nursing Cheerleader 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Hy-Lyf 553 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 55, 56, 57, 583 Dra- matic Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 56, 573 Social Studies Club 58. MENDICINO, JOHN W. Ambition-Petroleum Engineer Boys' Glee Club 563 Hi-Y 56, 573 Lab. Assistant 57. MILLER, DONALD EARL Ambition-Work MILLER, THOMAS H. Ambition-College Baseball 57, 583 Football 56, 57, 533 Boys' Glee Club 563 Baccalaureate Choir 56g H1- Y 553 Social Studies Club 583 Basketball 66 SENIOR DIRECTORY 55, 56, 57, 58. NOSICH, LAYNE JOE Ambition-Self Preservation Junior Class Vice President 573 Football 55: 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58, OGURCHAK, ROBERT Ambition Faculty Secretary 583 Band 55, 56, 57, 58. PALMER, RICHARD P. Ambition-Draftsman Baseball Manager 563 Basketball Manager 553 Hi-Y 56, 57. PANEK, LORETTA MARIE Ambition-Pickle Pickler GAA 55, 583 Faculty Secretary 58g Girls' Glee Club 55, 58. PASINSKI, CASIMIR Ambition-Big Game Hunter Boys' Glee Club 583 Social Studies Club 58. PASINSKI, THERESA JEAN Ambition-First Girl to Enter West Point Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 583 Social Studies Club 58. PENSENSTADLER, ROY JOHN Ambition-Animal Husbandry Baseball 583 Football 563 Boys' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 56, 57. PHILLIPS, JIM C. Ambition--Pilot Football 55, 56, 57, 583 Boys' Glee Club 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 583 Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58. POCIASK, PATRICIA LOUISE Ambition-Nurse Majorette 56, 57, 58, Head Majorette 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Hy-Lyf 573 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 58, Treasurer 57, President 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Concession Worker 553 Junior Red Cross 57. RACEWSKI, RICHARD Ambition-Millionaire Football 553 Boys' Glee Club 583 Social Studies Club 58. ROBERTS, GAIL Ambition-Switchboard Operator Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Social Studies Club 58. RYABY, JOAN M. Ambition-History Teacher Faculty Secretary 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 563 Social Studies Club 58. SACHS, KARL R, Ambition-Elephant Trapper Football 55, 56, 57, 583 Hi-Y 57, 583 So- cial Studies Club 583 Basketball 55. SAFFA, JEAN ANITA Ambition-Comptometer Operator GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Commercial Club 55, 56, Social Studies Club 58. SALVI, SUSANNAH BONNER Ambiiion-Speech Teacher' Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 Hy-Lyf 55, 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 583 Junior Red Cross 553 Concession Worker 55, 56, 57, 58. SALZMANN, FAYE EILEEN Ambition-Stenographer Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 583 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Hy'Lyf 583 Glahisean 583 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. SCHINOSI, LOUIS Ambition-Basketball Player Boys' Glee Club 583 Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 583 Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58. SENIOR DIRECTORY SEMAN, GEORGE EDWARD Ambition-Architect Glahisean 585 Boys' Glee Club 583 Bac- calaureate Choir 579 Hi-Y 56, 57, 583 So- cial Studies Club 58g Junior Red Cross 57, 58. SGROI, LOIS LORRAINE Ambition-Beautician Y-Teens 56, 57, 58,'GAA 55, 56, 572 Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 58. SHANDOR, VIC Ambiiian-U. S. Marines SPALLONE, MARY Ambilion-Secretary and Marriage GAA 55, 56, 57, 58, Faculty Secretary 58g Glahisean 58, Social Studies Club 58, Con- cession Worker 55. STANCZAK, MARY JANE Ambition-Private Secretary to President of U. S. GAA 55, 56, 57, 585 Faculty Secretary 583 Girls' Glee Club 553 Social Studies Club 58. STEIN, ARLENE HELEN Ambilion-Nurse Y-Teens 56, 57, 58g Girls' Glee Club 583 Social Studies Club 58, Gym Assistant 58. STOFFIERE, JOAN NE MARIE Ambition-Marriage Girls' Glee Club 58, Social Studies Club 58. SYDESKI, JOHN Ambition-Navy TACIK, FRANCIS LAWRENCE Ambition-Detective Hy-Lyf 55, 563 Glahisean 585 Boys' Glee Club 55, 56, Baccalaureate Choir 565 Hi- Y 56, 57g Social Studies Club 58. THOMAS RICHARD WILLIAM Ambition-Chemical Engineer Football Manager 55, 56g Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 58, Lab. As- sistant 57, 58. TRIMBLE, JOHN RAY Ambilian-Navy TROMBETTA, JOSETTE Ambition--Airline Stewardess Cheerleader 57, 58, Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, GAA 55, 56, 57, 58, Secretary 56, Vice President 57, President 58, Junior Class President 573 Faculty Secretary 58, Hi- Lyf 56, 57, 583 Glahisean 58g Girls' Glee Club 56, 57, 58, Dramatic Club 56, 57, 583 Social Studies Club 58, Gym As- sistant 58. VRANKA, RONALD Ambition-Air Force Football 56. WEDGE, THOMAS M. Ambilion-Forest Ranger Vice President of Senior Class 58, Football 56, 57, 58. WHOOLERY, KARL Ambition-Draftsman Senior Class Treasurer 58. WIDEL, CHARLES JOHN Ambition-Teacher Baseball 56, 57, 583 Football 55, 56, 57, 583 Boys' Glee Club 56, 585 Baccalaureate Choir 56, Social Studies Club 58, Basket- ball 55, 56, 57, 58. WILEY, DONALD LEE Ambition-Navy Hi-Y 563 Social Studies Club 58. WILLIAMS, GARY A. Ambition-Engineering Glahisean 58, Football 56, 57, 585 Hi- Y 56, 57, 58, Vice President 58, Social Studies Club 58. WILLIAMS, JOAN Ambition-Airline Hostess Cheerleader 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, Vice President 58g GAA 55, 56, 57, 58, Treasurer 575 Faculty Secretary 583 Hy-Lyf 58g Girls' Glee Club 583 Dramatic Club 56, 57, 58g Social Studies Club 585 Glahisean 58. WILLIAMSON, JOYCE CLARISSA Ambilion-To Marry a Sailor Y-Teens 55, 565 GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Faculty Secretary 585 Social Studies Club 583 Gym Assistant 58. WITKOWSKI, ROBERT E. Ambition--Electronics Engineer Basketball Manager 565 Hi-Y 57, 58g Lab Assistant 58. YANDERLY, LYDIA JOSEPHINE Ambition-Math teacher Band 55, 56, 57, 583 Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, GAA 55, 56, 57, 58, Hi-I..yf 55, 56, 57, 58, Editor 58, Glahisean 58, Photographer Edi- tor 583 Girls' Glee Club 55, 56, 57, 58, Dramatic Club 56, 57, 58, Baccalaureate Choir 573 Social Studies Club 58. YESENSKY, EVELYN MARIE Ambition-Private Secretary Y-Teens 58, Faculty Secretary 58, Social Studies Club 58. ZELEZNIK, ALICE MARIE Ambition-To go Around the World in 79 Days Y-Teens 56, 57, 58g GAA 55, 56, 57, 583 Hy-Lyf 55, 565 Glahisean 58, Girls' Glee Club 55, 584 Dramatic Club 57, Social Studies Club 58. ZYRA, ARLENE Ambilion-Marriage Girls' Glee Club 58g Social Studies Club 58. 67 HONOR STUDENTS Glassport High School is proud of these students who have maintained at least a "B" average, repre- senting the goal the educational system here strives to achieve. The personality needed to maintain such a high average will enable them to become better citizens, and achieve their pursuits after high school. mes:uf1: eem:vtQ1mfwmwmnm13s1 FACUL TY ADMINISTRATION MR. MELVIN NASER MR. ROBERT E. WHIRL Szzpervifing Principal Principal MISS LILLIAN DEMESTICHAS MRS. ELEANOR MEGLIS Artifzg Prifzripal 5619001 Secrelary GLASSPORT SCHOOL BOARD I MR. FELIX P. ZYRA, Prefidwzz MRS. IRENE KASS, Vice Preyidenl DR. CARL P. MASCH. Swn'l.11'J MR. CHARLES V, GORLTN. T7tkHl4l'H' MR. JULIUS SLAFKA JR., Dirertor MR. ALVA G. NOVUELS MR. FRANK D. ROMMEL Dirwfm' D21 Mlm' ISS LILLIAN MR. GEORGE GORUN DEMESTICHAS Algebra I and II, Plane and Solid lidance, Public Speaking. Geometry, Trigonometry. K. GEORGE W. HAYS MR. FRANK KOVACIC ys' Physical Education, Health. Algebra I, General Mathematics, Senior Science. 72 MR. PETER BALLABAN MRS. GRACE W. BARRES English Home Economics 7-12. MR. FRANK CIAVARRA MR. JOSEPH COMO Math, Science, Physics, Chemis- Social Studies, World History try, General Science. Civics. l MR. MICHAEL KURKA MR. ROBERT LAFRANKIE Pennsylvania History, World His- History, Problems of Democracy tory, American History,'Civics. MR. FRANCIS MACH MISS ELSIE MCCLURE Commercial Geography, Typing Biology, General Science. I, Business Mathematics. Eco-' nomic Geography. MRS. HELEN MCGOGNEY MR. DARWIN MIHOCES Freshman English, Senior Eng- Typing, Shorthand, General Busi lish, ness Training. MISS ELEANOR PAYNE MR. ANTHONY Civics, Pennsylvania History, PIOTROWSKI Guidance, Latin I and II, French I and Il English I. 73 MR. JOHN S. ROBERTS Industrial Arts 7-12. MISS SHIRLEY TAUBERG Girls' Physical Education and Health. INIRS. JOSEPHINE TRUXELI. Office Machines, Typing II. Shorthand II, Stenographic office. Practice. MR. ALPHONSE POMOCKY MR. ARTHUR QUADRACCIA Bookkeeping, S a l e s, Business Music Supervisor, Instrument and Law, Economic Geography. Vocal. MISS HELEN ROBINSON English. EVELYN E. FAIX DR. FRANK ROMMEL School Nurse, School Physician. EDITH M. SLAFKA Truant Officer. GEORGE EVANOVICH School Janitor. ARTI-ll YR SALZMANN School janitor JOHN CORBA Lincoln Township Bus Driver. CLYDE R. SICKLES Lincoln Township Bus Driver 75 Let's see now, Zc a day for4 HIGHER! HIGHER! Doesn't anyone here know what a noun is? You know I really mean it! just pretending. Stitch one Purl two. Talking with a mouthful of pins. But th11t's another story. I told you not to do it that way. Tomorrow we tear the Grass! hopper to bits. . 1 W Q, Lzzfjl . -wg ff 1 ' .J EN ,MII . if 5 ?'01ff1f1,3 Q X: K A . . f V, N., I0 fit.-azf,,:g'-'KQEQM f , :fy Q X M15 1: WWW M,.W ,, ,,W,,.m .E MM Va AMW! Njf Y A Q M f 1'-A ANL, ' tif' Q2 , dag! A , 7, isgbfe """'N "9 ,U Elm H E , . 'QRIXW 4 R f P' ' EEQJXQKAEV' Y . 5 J' .w' ml - H f xx Iifw X ' 'Lg F ff Qsiof 'Wu'- sq, 44 1 f, f ggsx Rag. 4' J' :fi -4' X ADVERTISEMENT S 77 Complimenis of GLASSPORT POLICE GLASSPO RT NEWS DEPOT SI'a'rionery-Toys-Candy Smoking Supplies-Soda FounI'ain Lighi- Lunches 605 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT BURGESS JAMES THOMAS CHIEF CLARENCE URBANSKI LT. WALTER KLIMEK PTLM. MICHAEL KRAYNAK PTLM. RALPH MULARSKI PTLM. ROBERT KURTA M SALES . K PORTO FILM TAR'-I DeSo+o-Plymouih Pnl-LM' 527 S+. Clair Avenue CLAIRTON. PENNA. DORAY'S C'n9'a+':a+'onS FASHION SHOPPE +o I' e Class of I 958 Tops in Feminine Fashions 6II Monongahela Avenue Be++er Groceries a+ GLASSPORT PA. DARLING'S MARKET OR-3-0670 BeI'I'er Values Complimenls of Cornplirnenfs KELLER'S SUPER MARKET 7+h AND MONONGAHELA AVE. NOBLE J. DICK LINES, INC. BUCHMAN-BIRCH STUDIO Official Phofographer for 'I'he Class of I958 Phone OR 2-4396 I3I FIFTH AVENUE McKEESPORT. PA M-1 Besf Wishes +o +he I958 Gram-Iua+ing Class Congrafulaiions From +9 RELIANCE HOSE CO. 9652 Class of '58 From +he Complimenfs of Gl.AssPoRT STAR OF eLAssPoRT ROTARY CLUB REBEKAH LODGE 959563 MARINO'S BOWLARENA AND SNACK BAR No. 495I2 839 Mon. Ave. GLASSPORT COUNCILMAN WILLIAM M. CAMPEA SECOND WARD Complimenis of DICHIERA PLUMBING Dis'I'ribuI'ors of RU DD WATER HEATERS We'lI Keep You in Hoi' Wafer 508-5I0 Mon. Ave. GLASSPORT, PA. Phone-OR 2-002 I Com pIimen'I's of DOUGLAS BUSINESS SCHOOL 520 Walnui' S+reeI' McKEESPORT, PENNSYLVANIA C. D. DAWKINS. Presidenf Phone: OR 3-8222 HORNFECK PHARMACY 539 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT. PENNSYLVANIA "Where Prescripfions Are Noi' a SideIine" JOSEPH M. GAYDOS A'H'orney-ai'-Law 604 Mon. Avenue GLASSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA THE RADEN COMPANY "The Downfown Siore aI' Your Door" Phone OR 3-856I GLASSPORT, PA Selling 'Ihe NaIion's Leading Brands Since I907 CompIimen+s of POLISH LITERARY DEMIS AND CAMPEA Television and Appliances 627 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA GYMNASTIC ASS'N CompIimenI's of of GLASSPORT, PA. LIONS CLUB CompIimenI's of Our Sincere Wishes and CongraI'uIaI'ions IRWIN POTATO CHIP COMPANY +0 fha Class of l958 440 Wesi' FiI+I1 Avenue MCKEESPORT, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Or. 2-6252 SOFRAN'S I suNoco SERVICE HARRY Al-PERN 5 300 Mon. and 3rd Ave. Complefe Food Markei' GLASSPORT, PA. 8l2 Indiana Avenue Phone OR 8-9985 PHONE OR 8-6653 Our Besi' Wishes and Congra+ula+ions +o 'rhe Class of '58 PITTSBURGH STEEL FOUNDRY slxn-I STREET GLASSPORT, PA. LORENZO FUNERAL HOME C. R. LORENZO Funeral Direcfor 235 Monongahela Ave. GLASSPORT, PA. Phones: Homes+ead 2-0922 Orchard 2-3365 Complimen+s of SCOTT DRUG 38 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT Complimen+s of MR. AND MRS. PETE FROBUCK Congra'l'ula+ions +o fhe Class of I958 IL P I- PQLIGV MAKAR'S Glassporf, Penna. ORchard 3-0585 Wersfed-Tex and Sfyle-Marf Suifs and Top Coafs Com plimenfs of VIC MEISL CLEM'S MARKET For Finesi' Meaf in Town Congra+ula+ions Class of '58 WOJCIECHOWSKI HOWDY 5 FUNERAL HOME SNACK BAR Glasspori-Elizabeih Road Complimen+s of JOE LARKINS 620 Indiana Ave. GLASSPCRT, PA. E. E. WOJCIECHOWSKI Direcior Es+ablished in I 947 Air-Condifioned Twenfy Years Experience 640 Vermonf Ave. GLASSPORT, PA. Complimen-I-5 Complimen+s of gf THE BANK OF GLASSPORT GLASSPORT. PA. Member of +he Federdl Reserve.Sys+em CON FECTION ERY Memffanii 'EffQ1'fa22Eos'+ Complimenfs of MODEL CLEANERS 538 Monongahela Ave. GULF SERVICE GLASSPORT. PA. CompIi'men+s HEATING CO. gf 5:9 MONONGAHELA AVE. EM 'LIS The Finesi in Au+oma+ic Hea'ring PHONE OR 30065 BARBER SHOP Congra+ula'Hons +o fhe Class of '58 Complimen+s From of PATER'S PHARMACY U, S, GLASS CO. 52l Monongahela Ave. OR 8-5l09 GLASSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA ZElK'S HARDWARE Enferprise-Du Pon+-Waison Siandard-Painfs 640 Indiana Avenue GLASSPORT. PA. Or 8-l795 Complimenfs of MILLER'S SHOE STORE 530 MonongaI1eIa Avenue GLASSPORT, PA. CRAY BROTHERS OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY 337 Sindh S+ree+ McKEESPORT. PENNA. Com plimenis of B 81 H ELECTRIC CO 635 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT. PA. Sales and Service Congra'I'uIa'I'ions, Class of '58 GUMBERT'S ESSO STATION GIasspor+-Elizabefh Road Phone NO 4-9708 Complimenrs of TUBE CITY IRON AND METAL COMPANY Raw Ma+eriaIs 'for S+eeI Mills mm vnu Pu nf. .3 m . ,901 'm.,,,. and Foundries Pl an. Serving +he Indusrry Since I926 S Mrumw GLASSPORT, PENNA. lPiHsburgI1 DisI'ric'I'I See Our Tire and Tube Special C0mP'imen+S KuRTA's Esso of SERVICE CENTER DICK'S PENNZOIL Polish and Accessories Greasing a Specialry MIKE and ANDY I99 Mon. Ave. Phone OTTO, GLASSPORT, PA. No 4-9684 F AND L Complimenrs of THOROFARE MARKET x CongraI'uIaI'ions X 4 53 6.613126-58 . Q If YXOT I-IE RS QQ vo 55' xx, 'l From If CLUB X MOHONGAHELA VALLEY LODGE I.0.0.F. NO. I47 MOTHER'S CLUB OF LINCOLN TOWNSHIP I936 I958 HARRY GROVE AGENCY Complimenfs of Complimenfs LADIES AUXILIARY of LN Off fhe YANDERLY'S I C N TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY 89 Our Bes'I Wishes and Congra+uIaI'ions 'Io I'I1e Class of I958 DAVIS COMPANY I6l5 Fif+I-I Avenue MCKEESPORT. PENNA. CompIimenI's J. A. DAVIS HARDWARE 6I4 Mon. Ave. Phone ORcI1arcI 2-7547 PHILLIP ECONOMOS SHOE REPAIR 60I Mon. Ave. GLASSPORT, PENNA Complimenfs of SEBASTION'S FRUIT MARKET 3I0 Sixfh Sfreei GLASSPORT. PA. Complimenfs of BERTA'S FLOWER SHOPPE 5I7 Monongahela Avenue GLASSPORT, IPA. TeIepI1ones Elizabeih I274 ORcIlarcI 3 HOWELL BROS.. INC Um el' an SPP L b cI Builders' u Ready-Mi cI Concreie R. D. I, Eli befh, Pa. Our Complimenlrs +o GLASSPORT HIGH SCHOOL COPPERWELD STEEL COMPANY GLASSPORT, PA. Complimen+s of Complimen'I's of WENTZ HARDWARE Paini'-Wallpaper-Glass Glassporf-Elizabeih Road 500 Sixfh Sh-ee+ CORNER LOVEDALE PHONE OR 3-5255 REE'I'Z TYPEWRITER SHOP ORRECT HATS Royal Porfables ECMA CAIRNS The 323,131.3 PA. No Money Down Two Years fo Pay ORchard 3-9290 3ll Fif+h S1'ree'l' 5l7 Sixfh Ave. McKEESPORT, PA. Complimenfs of KlLL'S PHARMACY Our Sincere Wishes and Congrafulafions 'l'o fhe Class of '58 THE SOUTHWEST STEEL CORP GLASSPORT PENNSYLVANIA PATRONS M-I-L-O Clarene Corner Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vranka Mr. and Mrs. John Germak Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph L. Anater Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Arbuckle Mr. George Barcala Mr. and Mrs. George Baran Mrs. Josephine Belusak Mr. and Mrs. Mat Bercik Mr. and Mrs. James Biddle Mr. and Mrs. George Bodus Mrs. Mary Book John Borrelli Mr. and Mrs. William K. Brown Ann M. Cairns Mrs. James Casey Mr. and Mrs. Francis King Mrs. Helen Kiss and Mrs. Joseph Kustra Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr Michael Laver Lester Lewis John Majzer and Mrs. John Martell and Mrs. Charles Matthews and Mrs. T. B. McAuliffe Mr Mr Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr Mr Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Miller Albert N ortor Andrew Ogurchak John Panek Casimir Pasinski Ignatius Pasinski Eleanor G. Payne and Mrs. Pat Peebly Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cellerine Frank Chovan Mr. and Mrs. John D'Angelo Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dannenhauer A. J. Davis Panco Delman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dimitroff Eddie and Jeannie Mrs. Wm. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ehrenreich Mrs. Evelyn Faix Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frattaroli Harry Furman John Gniazdowski John Gribschaw Robert Griffiths Mr. James Hall Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Herget John Hinton Mr. Howard Holmes Mrs. Elizabeth Jaskolski Mr. and Mrs. Harvery Kill Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Dan Peterson Charles Pociask . Walter Razewski Andrew Roberts B. D. Sachs i Joseph Saffa David Salvi Arthur Salzmann Mr. George Seman Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sgroi Mr. and Mrs. Julius Slafka, Jr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dominic Spallone Mr. and Mrs. . Walter Stanczak . Charles Thomas James Tracey Mr. and Mrs. William Trasp Mr. A. S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. James Williams Mr. and Mrs. John Yanderly Mrs. Paul Yesensky Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zeleznik Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zyra PARENTS' NIGHT -FOOTBALL ALL SPORT BANQLTET "IN OLD VIFNNAH KING AND QUEEN Ol? THIS HEART HOP 94 ' L if. 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