Mont Pleasant High School - Montaneer Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)

 - Class of 1956

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-f,.,.g-fmgmgw-uma-fm,-qi-,f--M-org-gnu:-..-uw-vv.,-I..-,...... . , About Our Cover.. Many people dislilce undersfand +hem. 'rhe cover of our yearboolc. Alfhough simple in duce a combinafion of sy +heme - "ENTER TO L The geomelric shape lhe cover symbolizes lhe ENTERED TO LEARN, fr Our Cily, in l953. The lines which leav which we have falcen in in which we have min wi+h one anofher in The shape in 'rhe bolizes 'rhe door fo +h will GO FORTH TO careers in I956. merely because 'rhey fail +o 'ralce This momenl 'ro explain if loolc much planning 'ro pro- ls which would 'rruly express The N-GO FORTH TO SERVE". +he lower lefr hand corner of oor lhrough which our class 'rhe various neighborhoods in symbolize The various pafhs nl Pleasanf and The manner and become acquainled s, aclivilies, and classes. er righ+ hand corner sym- ulure 'rhrough which we RVE in many differenf JO-ANN HORINKA FL? Q i Montaneer MONT PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK JUNE I956 Contents Table of f'3 N 'fx-QV We Dedicate I4 A A - We Recognize I7 We Commence 25 ,,,.... 1-H' p We Achieve 67 Q Q 401 L EC? - 1 u I . ,S is 1 We Participate 75 --pv-"nal wig!! We Compete lO9 ." I 5 K5 3:-tl f' ' Q-1 21555,-s'fa - Q . ' ' '. '1, . ' , .. V' 'Tw' .5 'A A Q ' -V ,--V .,., i, ,k c . We 1 We Reminisce I23 We Appreciate l3I .4 . llll lull! tp :- M '12 . -1. . L. ,,5g xg mv fb ll!! Ill IGB HHH "x 'E L 1,053 15 We xml Ill HHH HHH ,.r-Q' ' 5' " 'S Av-1-'vcr-r" il..- 10:-A. V'- if -. 2. V 1 x 5 4.51 K Lf. B., ' 2 Lf Q , I E 4 m.........,, 1 ', .Q -1 . , . . .Ki iw sy- F 1. We Pause WE ENTERED TO LEARN, AND NOW, THREE YEARS LATER, WE EVALUATE THE OUALITIES WHICH TRANSFORMED US FROM FRESHMEN. EAGER TO LEARN: TO SENIORS, BRAVER, EAGER TO SERVE. 4-Lwon OUR EAGERNESS TO LEARN WAS SPARKED BY OUR TEACHERS, AND WE RECOGNIZE THEIR INTRINSIC CON- TRIBUTIONS TO OUR EDUCATION. THEY BECAME OUR FIRST FRIENDS IN A STRANGE ENVIRONMENT AND BECAUSE OF THEIR GUIDANCE, WE ARE NOW EAGER TO SERVE. "ENTER TO LEARN!" WE AC CEPTED THE CHALLENGE: STRUG- GLED THROUGH PLANE GEOMETRYg CRACKED OUR FIN- GERNAILS IN TYPINGg CON- JUGATED AMO, AMAS, AMAT IN LATIN- INCUBATED EGGS AND SAW THEM HATCH IN BIOLOGY BECAME DRAMATISTS AND POETS IN CREATIVE WRITING AND AMONG TEACHERS AND STU DENTS GAINED FRIENDSHIPS WHICH WILL ENDURE mf' 1 -ul' xi E. ig. X, ,-4 A , f l?- 5 . 5 r D QQ' 5 1 I 5 'Em .1 1 5 I ' 1 , 'f-js f'+'?'m"f-'rr y v .. 0, V ., t A 4' ' . 1 1 ...,,, ' r' VU if if m 1 is sl X ' Jw i ,av "vi bf!-' xl 14,., , Q.. 'fdff QQ 'fa Y 1 ,sf V ,4 h A .1 11 , ' . ' ', .44 . '-E. ..":,,'5AIJ-4. " '--' i ' ' ', I . Lv- A ' I, E' WE COMPETED IN ATHLETICS AS WE STROVE SCHOLASTICALLY, COORDINATING A STRONG BODY WITH A MATURE MIND. COMPETITION SPARKS BOTH PARTICIPANT AND SPECTATOR WITH THE DESIRE TO WIN BUT ALSO INSTILLS THEM WITH GOOD SPORTS- MANSHIP WHEN THEY LOSE. WE ESTABLISHED THE EOUILIBRIUM BETWEEN OUR SCHOLASTIC REQUIRE- MENTS AND OUR SOCIAL NEEDS . . . "YOUNGER THAN SPRINGTIME," OUR JUNIOR PROM . . . THE DANCES AFTER GAMES . . . THE SODAS AT JACK'S . . . SKATING AT CENTRAL PARK . . . THE SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY . . . THESE MEMORIES WERE OUR "WEEK-END HOMEWORK." Apprenticeship Adult Education O! e 1 Y 'Lx ghi 2 ii pi iiifx.. -z '71 V' Yi ,f .-9 "1 u..,,, , ,Z Y' .,f A J s. ix Lfrg, -'SQ We Do Not Have T Pursue Our Varied In WE HAVE FULFILLED "ENTER TO LEARN," THE FIRST HALF OF OUR MOTTO. NOW WE MUST "GO FORTH TO SERVE" USING THE KNOWLEDGE WE HAVE GAINED DURING OUR SCHOOL DAYS. WE GO FORTH TAKING A PART OF MONT PLEASANT WITH US, AND IN RETURN, WE LEAVE A LITTLE OF OURSELVES. 'AQ fr -- 1 lf -i f Ng ni., , " eh 9. .g T i -'J . R+ Telephone Co. Training Program l sf' 5 , , - Ellis Hospital School of Nursing Television Station Union College Industrial Training d'9 svJ1N -..f Y ai? 3 XS I We Dedicate Arenl' Van Curler, bo+h a dreamer and realis+, enlered 'rhe virgin growlhs of 'rhe Mohawk Valley in I66I and "Schen-ec-+a-da" was founded. Yales, Nolr, Edison, Sleinmefz, Ellis, Alexander- son, Langmuir, followed Van Curler and losrered "Schen-ec-'ra-da's" growrh from a wilderness +o a sprawling ci+y, Scheneclady, lhe ci+y which illumi- nales +he world and char+s ifs desliny on ribbons ol sleel. Nearly lhree hundred years afler The visil of +ha+ Dulchman, we, a new hos+ of dreamers and realisls in Scheneclady look for new worlds io illuminale. new palhways +o explore. The senior class, June, l956, dedicales The Monlaneer, +o you, Scheneclady, for you are fhe enlrance 'ro fhese new worlds. a beacon lighf we need only follow lo our fuiure, 'lor you noi only provided our early educalion, buf you conlinue +o provide opporlunilies. We a+ lvionf Pleasanl do no+ have +o leave our cily 'ro pursue our varied inleresls. l-lere we have 'rhe 'iacililies of a gre-al' college, induslrial lraining programs, a school of nursing, adull educalion programs, privafe business con- cerns which provide educafion for 'rheir employees, newspapers. radio and lelevision slafions. Nor have we been insensilive lo +he humanilies and +he fine arls. This is our new world, an afomic world in Schenec+ady's research laboralories. Man does no+ s'rop learning a+ +he end of his high school educalion. We who are gradualing 'rhis June will conlinue learning as we go forfh ro serve. Scheneclady, you may lruly say 'ro your ci+izens. as you said 'ro your founders, "En'rer +o learn and +o serve." .-J"""' 1 A faculty and student party A ' - . , ' --mm-,...., iv ' j ' , Q , ,rw 43 5 -wif'-new-.,g,1:.gggmg' - " 'L - x . f ' ' . ,, gg: , 1311? ar g 4 f H, i 5,9 , . 0 1 Aww ww , 'iw ww, ' .. ' , a:1..'gg . ,- ' mm ,493 H.. I , M ' x ' gk ff ' K ' ,fzvvy W W Q K W1 4 ...va W , Qww ,. , N V Q I 1"'Tfa,"""i.M',QfAf, I 'Q . Y . X rr ' ' 'kan , 'r""' , ,A , K ,, ,W ,. -,. ,, I A ,,, W.1..-,.,,.,W.-annex ww- , lL A xy ff' Ling -, I 1: ?' Q., ..,.. ,L ' Aw I ' 'E A fu W' t fi 158. ,V 7 5 " ""4fxwsfe " 'K - 5 sv, 53?-V .4 ., Q -K, A 2' . V ,, s Egg . 17, 4 ,R ,. F' s ,,.'v"' Q4 q ll-.1 ik., V ,J ,K A 72" af, - x EXW Bl , . 's 7 1 r ,,g.7...,f5 Elmi Q ww ' r-vi, Q , , Y , f 'M v iv ' w 4 ' 4 ,, Y' N- 2-is-., I 4-A YN M v l X 1 Q ' F ll! ,. - ...hwtr -.N Q . Wh 'j ,,,-.. ' ,W ,nm - .lmirif ,W-',,,' a ff'f.zf79', """71'Ln gg., --W. '75 Ii, ,-...- FYI sg! F L, 53' We kccagmzc Q 1 fi 1 , I f I - K s. g Bi in ll' in as pimms Qs ...Q t PRINCIPAL ..,,,,, FRANCIS E. MORHOUS YI , fr we I+ is our fond hope Ihaf since you enfered Monf Pleasanf High School Ihree years ago, we have provided you wifh Ihe experiences and opporfunifies To heIp you make 'the adiusfmenfs necessary for a full and happy life. II has been our goal To guide you in your development physically, emofionaliy. inIeIIec'ruaIIy, sociaIIy and spiriI'uaIIy. Since educaiion is confinuous, we have made our besf efforfs Io assisf you in I'he esfabiishmenf of habiis and pafierns of acfion which may become your servanfs for 'rhe benefi+ of our community and our nafion. As you parficipafe in man's quesf for knowledge, may you have Ihe sIciII of scienfific reasoning and mafure iudgemenfg and wifh Ihese as fools, may you coniribufe effecfively +0 Ihe weIfare of your fellow-men and 'ro sociefy in general. You have enfered and learned. Now go forih Io serve, Ihaf you may receive The reward of happiness which comes from a life of service Io oihers. 4. I Z? 7 I 7 I ,.,.....-W 1-if-"G NURSE TEACHER Eleanor Kelly OFFICE PERSONNEL Seafed Olga Alwnert Charlotte Junnelc Siandmg Helen Surdovel Alrce Fenslren Charlotte Luhrs GIRLS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Margaret Bergen ac.. Q.-7.5 N , lf.: .-fi f 5 If 'Y' l fl I N kt' ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL DONALD SAYLES '41 "'r IN CHARGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLARENCE CROFOOT ASSISTANT JOSEPH COLLINS Jo n Albrezzu 20 WE Rui Kraemer C Harold 68 Carolyn McCaugl1ey J Dorcas Sqgmund Dora Rmdfleasch Makofsln Longway Wllllam M!l'9if0f Delehanty Boye ,L Q0 A ton Heller A .D- X455 .936 3223: "gas: Six QQ 5 M Samuel Aughe augl1 Hamllton h .ml h ff f -1 .McK ,ig Q' '7 I l I X ,Ig L I X . U ' n I l e ' H 5, M ' X 4' i:Q?-" 14' X , . f 'i 'L' 'tfigffflvi il.. l , W 2 V ff lf , ' 'mx -A , I L' -..ww ,x x 1 Q?" ' , ' by--' A 1: A 1 A We .WP Q l J E75 5, ' A flff, tfA'1.fgiA Fifi: Y f ,i I . M55 'WW t V ' f'J1'2.'aa'f -V 4 5 . . X A -. N fu l, -1 1 x .2 l all , V 5 RECOGNIZE... Anthony THAT TEACHERS ARE HUMAN Too: COPPQE THAT THEY WORK WITH US AND EOR US THAT THEY SHARE OUR ANXIETIES AND OUR JOY IN ACHIEVEMENT WE OFFER OUR GRATITUDE EOR E LOVD THE DOCTRINE EOR THE TEACHERS SAKE DANIEL DEFOE Margaret Gemmell Chesfer Bruno Hazel Clarke Caldaro Hot '1 X1 Warren W Helen , Rut Starr Joseph Terry 'Q Eleanor Florence C ark Karlen Belford Perlms lnbgl Bertha ,VJ Jams PUYCIY E0-' Reach Cummmgs l 'A Ia 4 .A I IW T A if I I I 2- -' " U S' . 5 Q 47 C! 4- .gh George Van Heusen Fanny Ruppore Rzchurd Suprunovncz Margaret Kam Mildred 'WY Ruby Brulrobsll Ethe Agni! i Speudel Puinnm '01 RXXIY Donald B Helen Samuel sf "?V Bpwn.u0K.l-0042 7146254 R WI Bf4.4,4zIJv.-QQ A :ce Holmes 'J-' AMW walk. Hgrny J Mary Fredric! een Sion, Melgher Rmgland 22 ash ,H L g F ts A A l 4? 'v Ch 55- in -1:4 'e I V' levlnnnal 4 r 5 it A .-,, L. , , f . 1 " -M, sk gg' L f, ' , 11 , - :X 4 , V ,,,, K if K ,I '71, ' I 4. Qj, .s Q! I I, J ' ' . 1, , e U ' W. , 1 ' fa I if V . .au . J M ' . W u .. 4,4 if ' ' Ralph Young Grace Castor Fred C Ewing Lea Ireland Margaret Edwards Nucholas Rueg Anillony Esther Lawrence J Pariu Fagel Mulvaney 'lk Suslewnlls J Stanley Mabel us Lansmg Hoclgluns h X 2 V x"' El 04.1 Qu l 1 I au. 1 ilk Robert urns El :za both William Sherley Kopp E. Fred Dougherfy James McCaFferiy Theodore Taclxroff Margaret Walsh Harriet F. f Pease D Richard ' I . Dockor Edward Chnshno John Shorloy Lnvmgston Adams Nancy Harold Churchnll May DEANS uf -.wif WN Ks. Tn. gm. 1 I 45 'I '37 Q 6 i 9 C 5 E 1 Q 1 Q 2 4 2 'QI 'Qvz' U 1 . 4- A r'- , I 1 CLASS OFFICERS Front Row, left to riglni: 'fe' . 25' Korresponding Secre- taryj, -f, :ent fRecording Secreiaryl, '3":f-1 2-3'f'i'i: fVice-Presidentl, Z' IZ fo- : 1" fpresidentl. Standing: F3 ff: -1 1 Treasurerl. 23 I' l J Cv Septegpilgqteg is a time to don autumn Mews ll A NANCY AGENS if GJ ' WINIF to LEXANDEBN Her crown is ln her NJ XXJ Q1 let' gay. know heart not on her head. 1 ll G r the oppjdiyeewa .1 Q, t A , . Xl K A1 K li - ,N 'l 1 v Allkl N 1 JAMES ADmsoN I Rb C5 A llttle nonsense R w now and then. X ls made xi TRUDY ALOIS A kind heart. ALENA lZ .XJ-1 atv trolic. A I , K WJ: , V 1 .fi4'?Ef'f1Q7' 11. ' 1:33 Eiga I 5, mf ' ' ' ' - . W. 31.559-2 ' ' "1 :- . i- QV .' ' -- f qw , 1' "" if' gl' -me 5 D , lk ' Y. . - 5' , " ' ' 'H fisffgf. 1 '.:.,sff 'Q 27,3 Qu. c .L wr f f X " I-xx P 5. 's S J' XE? K' l 'rant lu az, W .Qu 26 MICHAEL ANKER JACQUELINE BABCOCK GEORGE BAIM Cheerful from noon Reserved. ladylike, Science is my dish. 'til night. nice to all. FRANK ARCURI RONALD BADGLEY Mirth prglgngg llte, Plenty ot Wlf, but Sl'1y in uslng It. wools along with a new purpose--school. ALICE BALDWIN A friendly heart has many frnends fum-if e i yum MARVIN BALWIT Men are masters of theur fate JOHN BALUCK All things come to W-R hum who warts Ilia: N-V CLIFFORD BARD Always lends a helplng hand RONALD BARLETTE The world s no better If we hurry FRANK BARTKOWSKI I can dream can t I7 PATRICIA BATES A dash of humor a flash of wrt ANTHONY BATTAGLIA I have but one thought and that as lun 5s 'Mn- pon 1 'KY 486 Z ...I 27 ' 2 4 I I , V Y Xl N w Qian- - .,. - I Q.-N. . I . A ' - wi A R 1 1 fi g. ie , ' . I I '-- 'tg - f ,.. ff- . K 544 -' - I twvX - ,f - . I- ,lily ,.f -4-4 A '11 9 I n rf 'Y .q I ge. 53515 : lL,Eti"""' 5 1'i.f'ZW' -'fi -f' ' :gg V' -,Q 9--ff I s 2- .2,1ilie!'. '-'a5"3fil'- ' 7? -, '- ,V-?F5,, tg .18-A' 'A , , 4' nM A y F .f V W' In this exhllaratmg Septembe atmosphere 'mm' ,,... RDiL EY W W W of fun ufs de of school KJ JJDAW BESWICK Me ry happy JOYCE BIANCO always gay Unfa I ng energy AFV fo 15X DOROTHY BEDNARCZYK Gay and lots of fun DBERG A ays n ase e n -e-' "5- WILLIAM BING can they sa Q es st m 7 j XV FRANK aenrou , Wo rles ne er ro Fe . the Class of '56 assembled the first time. UNT- ' 91 e , MARY BLACK A friend on whom we cari depend. GLENDA BLACK Silence is more elo- RAYMOND BOICE quent than speech. A man with big ideas 'N 333 W in-v Q se Q 'X .A ffx , 1 ' 'AX 1 J 5 V MAKE V.ff,gi,,e,fw" K , css J' A , sg Q , J fiixsswh BARBARA BONK Anything is possible to a willing heart, N .ff I1 ,M fb 1 1 l ' 1 ' , ,, ,Sui ,V V . i ' PATRICK BOOTH ,,l',f,' Thinking is an idle waste of thought. .r- ig is 3 4 r 4,5 af 94: 4' 1 I , or ' ,, . wr.. . A L ' ' THOMAS BOROWSKI SANDRA BRANNIGAN We live in deeds, To know her is to be . Q not words. Cher frien K x f4 FYA .,.x,X S ... Q, N. F K. "' 'ln 'age V EUGENE BREITENSTEIN Life doth pass most merrily. VALARIAN BOUDREAU if-,., MARIE aRAYMER ,,.. an If e- ' ff Eat and be merry, io- I Bi" K' P Sweet Marie. morrow we goto schocl, K ' lx 'Il ,5 FQ E ig Q? 9 f 5- rp-, B N x Y is QE 29 C, X9 Ei Cxmh N, fl 'Nb B 'entering to learn, to prepare L Q56 4 X -J I' i AJ!! ' X N , LP T JOHN BROWNLEY f X QE BUDKA PJ Friendly and ful! i ' 5-Surginexi-n her hair, if of Hn. C4m,- W ' i ' I H E. X A F A ni 5' fd if' A X A' ff if JOAN BRINKMAN JOAN BRYN KI N L' Spirited efitiusiast A ncble maid with . I L KENNETH BURKE fops in our esteem. winning ways, if Now l'm going to iiye. L! '. fue vs. A' 75 u 5. ge? ,,f . , '-v 1 " f ii L 'H 'fi K if b fl .gflffx i f '14 fm. VU! nw i.""":' 4- ,' .t.... We-A iv- . SQ . X KEEWILLIAM CAIN KENNETH CAPOZUCCO E ARTHUR CAREY f J, - and eefigibie. Happy-go-iucky. V N Peaceful and quiet, ' Y f E: CONNIE CAMPANO i N An eye for ciothes. Q N .flrp fb 7441 ""N .T 5 144' ez fc if Zi Q-, xi X ,T :so ' 5. rf x, x. I. A -, ourselves for future servlce to our com mumty alll Ifxllql I ANCY CEGLO KI Her aur her manners are to be admired "kt MIM' ESTHER COLLINS Her quiet ways are greatly admured ANTHONY CINELLI Is not he wealthy who has lruends7 Ns..-fe df' Il' JAMES CLEMENT NICHOLAS COLAMARINO Jolly and good F059 YOU' Game in every way. and play it well. NEIL COLLINS Has recipe for making friends Be on LJ 17,41 j 7x RICHARD CONNERY y CXLC X A wmner never qu: s yf 5 ,BMJ Lo-fc pw, f1fA,4vmA,1'-Dc MARIE CONOSCENTI A friend to one and all. -if-S. if Classes stjlfnelg, 6Mlubs held lmtlatlons and t fm, '95 l UW W ROBERT COOK X9-A Q A jolly good fellow ! JOHN CSEJKA PATRICIA cummmes Constant 'U5l'l'n9 993 There she stood In YOU nowhere all her falrness 6' 1 J .fjrg fh f """ UV 'Kg ,rv Y Jw n ff AL OA eREg,e,l COSTANZO 55' Kmule as a tuclcef is" f to success 'V JAMES COWIE l-lang sorrow Care l a C A-,, PAU LINE DAVI Too agreeable MARIE DAHL An able mavd make an enemy GEORGE CROXTON Gentle to others lo hvmself smcere ,X W ' L93 i ,wel o-NV ,wxfvjisv ewxwu , xx 1 , , pf YW? 'QWSL long anticipated foot Shlseilegon got under wa PHILIP DQCOCCO ANGELINA DQLAVIC Good humor is goodness Personality. the and wisdom combined. secr et of success. RONALD DeCENZO Happiness comes from ROSE MARY DeGEORGIA A smell bundle of brightness. ANGELA DeMARCO play: not work' A cheery smile. is 12.fiE,e . j. .1 'ig 'affiffsfi ,-2,555 " '. 'r. 'Z' 'S' as " ,,- 'vf VN s of gf 7 6' DERVENIOTES ARLENE DeSORBO NANCY DIAMANTE i 9 is wise, A girl after our own More and more wisdom Follqw 'm, hearts-a pal. with each studious year . l JOAN DQSIMONE HENRY DQVITO - f l A X .L X A WIHSOH16. SUNNY A smile for every boy: nature. Two for every girl. f fi' 'N 33 We were subconsciously swept into the swing ROSE MARIE DiCERBO JOSEPH DINARDO To know her once is Caesar died because to like her always, 5 A ,- he was ambitious. 1. 4f5r7"'4 Ando-lbNY oac :sro ROBERT DiCAPRl0 ' D Ag t MAUREEN DONNELLY A dashing shell. QC e erourg. fl Smiling Irish eyes. 1 L f ' 2 i I 'Zag f sf ins-f' -:af "" Q., 'WST AEN, fu' ' Y X lg ss--eff 34 hr' 'tv - f , W fl f ALICE DONNETTA MALCOLM EATON ffl' L ENGVOLL Kind hearts are What would We be lx UNH N K e s il when better than corcnets. without humor? Y' 'mx sh llcs by. Tw fats? ," N by A . PATRICIA DURRWANG ELAI' . sf J lf W' of dizzy, slightly dellrloujplllgjljyvfhvgj lliglf W7 wwf' wfyinfl J JV J 'D Josem-1 ESPOSITO fx Jy A man is but what JOSEPH FALLONEJ he knoweth Gentle of speech W "5-qv N 4 L GEORGE FASCHING CARMEN FAVATA Wlwat lnould a man do Bravery never goes but be merry? out of laslfon. ,vous FENZL J Musuc song and beauty too ROBERT FITZPATRICK fe s ful weary days DONALD FLYNN Here IS more than one woulcl thunk MICHAEL FORSTER Haste makes waste so why hurry. X- 'swf pam, 1 '93 16 W. C:-- We met the Freshma A 'ie-. nr--we TERESA FRANCOLINO LX Soplnustrcated lady JOSEPH FRIEDMAN Hes lcnown for has 'WN quiet ways ASSUNTA GABRIELE The best of life IS conversation 'Q 8. EILEEN GABSO Gay and gabby ior Party with LAY' ROBERT GALKA Farr I5 he of ace VINCENT GALLO and neatly groomed Terrrllc ln sports -qynnqs CHARLES GANANCE RICHARD GARNEAU This learning wlnal: Never lwurry never a thmq It ls' worry mild trepidation but found seniors were human. rw ZKTR .1 '-.L 43 915 , Q ,N i Y 'Nu' - fu fri sb A ,fp r, 2 vi RW-.. ' ln r so x PETERNELLA GAUGHAN MARLENE GIAMMATTEO Eg! .JL Sparkling eyes and A friendly greeting, 'Ba JJ .fi curly hair. a cheerY smile. E 'Ky ff, a " rf 0 .ff I LAUREUA GIAMMATTEI A Q. r yr' , .4 if 5, PAUL GASNER Those move easiest GL If h Every inch a runner, who dence. She is'ver quieti,.1-tjbgkf 5 fi l fp '-Gs Nur '33 Qld DELoRzs GrBsoN ROBERT GLASSER SUSAN A very nice girl you M0de5tY 'e0P5 R5 Let Us than will find her. Own reward- and doinqy ALBERT GUILIANO PATRICIA GLOWACKI ' There's a reason For manY 0 flower was for this rule. born to blush unseen ' l r , l oy 2 X -fx V2 it . . . siisgh eptember again. As gunlors we started shaguri 1 ' MQW I ,I A AF ,Y I I I VUU5 PI fs 'J R3 DAVID GORDON XI, 4 J' LOUIS GRASSO ge? f ' A modest man. LMI! Let's Iaugh with Lou. I '-I ' I 'T J I Q 'SXQ u 'T i I . I NJ MARIE GODLEWSKI CLAUDETTE GOSSELIN DONNA GRA The best tonic is Take things as you We saw her IoveIinES3XGX a friend. find them. when She SVUIISCI- - ,f',.'?'lP gs. 5 'bu 'ii sw, ,,,k. iv'-' 'Z,".."' 38 hw war, 1.5,- DANIEL GRECO JOYCE GRISETTI BARBARA GUNN The Iife of every Kind words are music Everyone Iilces her party, IP of the worId. pleasant smile. d foremo A m qhty sp r t 1'ilIs that Ittle frame 3 K5 OSEP A R ANGELA GUARNIER Fi , .. all, 1 as ' X i . si U L the makmgs of an active energetic class frggfk-Jkfvfyfflx JF If DONALD GUTHAN Courteous manly Full of pep mcg to witty and wuse f'-'S I sr-vnu-um, 7 JOSEPH HALLORAN DOUGLAS HALTERMAN Not too short HOL Llfe rs too slwort fo waste too fall on bemg serious DONALD HART Nolrlw ng more useful PAUL HACKERT an S ence be near 2 Qu lfuxml Q xjfdwfl GLENN HEIDER A qulet lwlreable guy DONALD HENNEL clever as lwe worthwhile BRUCE HENRY Exceed ngly wel I' G and capable 'ag 'NS ai' '95"D5 Sw D31- H I ,4"" ff- 53' , o J " A A A ' Ji . I c L -pf V WJ " C 0 W' M D A. I al , ' I . ' , ' ' A A xw x, V , W vi Ss like A ,Q CL. V -j,g'X ' I l A f 3? I A ' I . V4 . I L' QL A ., 'R A f L, f' - 'v ge ' f X x A2 an 2 1. N .M X! l- . ' 'f .1 . . X 5 I Q f ff L A Y' -XX 5 5 S . '+A -"5 .P-Y A . f ,, sf...-2 x -we . s X 3' . ive' ' , ll 4 rf 'fa sth Q .Q V ,' , A. "' As is 'V -1' Q-A 4' Ar' X c . ,infix 1 5 . .'g'!:'r!1. 1 fy' I 'J l - -5757. h ' 1 i l e cl f , I . ll ' We elected class offlcers to lead us Frlendl New 'Sv' if film? "4.'.7' 46' rw' wwflrw Y WALTER HEPNER Tas the rmnd that malces the body rxch MARVIN HERTZMAN A merry heart malceth a cheerful countenance JOHN HLADIK Its great to be an athlete PATRICIA HOLODAY Pretty to walk wzth Wntty to tall: with JO ANN HORINKA MARY ANN HORSTMYER Its nnce to be natural She s tall she s blond and naturally nice she s sweet 9,3 if WN. it is 'E 155'- 'qlxx Q S. '25 'Qu' 'T' DAVID HORWEDEL LEIGH HOUSEMAN Blesslnqs on hum who Nothung as Impossible Invented sleep to a wnllmg heart 2 M - teamwork was prominent in our ftunctions 3 f l f x 'X Ah - A Cv "I -A ,f , . L ,vinyl lla K A ef., h ll 'V fl px-Il . l l J 1 1 ' ,fl My ffuflff .29 A A l I , , , -, , HILLARY HUFFMIREX We Jldsfvyl lmieD3JA2KsoN She wallcs in beauty. X xl' L ' A tower of strength ' LV V is an honest name. lv t M . , WAN ILLE Roasnr HOWLAND xrws.,4 trim and neatly Don't rush me. dregggd. g . A! f l 7?llVy in ' f 4' ,,,. W4 to ext fm' Q" 't"9' RQ sv if-"' 1 K vlcrok JANKowsKl Rurw JOHNSON , . "' SYLVIA KAROLA A little worlr. Avxoulcj that holfhdr I jf Sweet temper lund lots of play. chafhf might,-bless qs,-ff V fu J ' 5, ' f U 'AI . U 1 X I . ROBERT JOHNSON A MARION KALINOWSKI Here's a man of ability. A little will speak. 5 N If via. On a gay note, we soon planned our next class DONNA KAUFMAN FREEMAN KELLER Unfailinq energy and Sports are luis way abundance of pep. to fame. WILLIAM KASPER NANCY KELLY You must loolr into people, CAROL KEHOE Between laughing and as well as at them. Cheerful and willing, talking her day is full. ,L A? J-visy X Q M- kg, -M 5 --1. I-T5'?v 43229 ,Kiwi ui' H se I XNQ, I 42 CARL KIETLINSKI Fun...fun...fun. K 0 .aa .1 ix Us Q I 1 f 'LLM A Q t we Q Y. . A N I' 'wifi 3-Eh' , I .". In Qs wil? W:li1:1Qf1i?gi:f . I 21 ' 51.5.24 - 5. ', . W Iii.-f HARRY KINDT , Never a worry. FRANCES KIMBLE JAMES KISLOWSKI Full of sweetness, My life is one giggles and fun. horrid grind. s high W M I4 y .29 DOROTHY KLEIN Rliyme nor reason can express how nice. actlvlty the Annual Jumor Prom CLAUDIA KLONOSKI FREDERICK KLUDAS What can one Its not Iwow Iong you but sm1Ie Ive but how weII L KH I "' vu- TF4 -ff Nr JOAN KLUDAS GEORGE KNOWLSON Quzck and cIeyer KnowIedge ws power RICHARD KOCH A fr1endIy smuIe s always IH Iashucn PAUL KOLAKOWSKI A fruencIIy greeting a cheery smrle BRUCE KOLLATH Fr1encIIy personahfy Mwsdmevous rascalwty NORBERT KORFF SrIence ns sometames m staken for w sdcm bin.. yy KIT' .-rv--" 31. Spf' Twelve lovely gurls were elected to serve BRADLEY KRISTEL A real cool Casanova WARREN KVEREK ROBERT KWIATKOSKE Always wears a He m'3Y be Smau but frlendly smnle hes P'eC'0U5 5U'e ,anu- lf KN 'S HELEN KRUMAL Qulet and friendly x .W as they come il sf 'T bl. CYNTHIA KRYSTOFIK One ss !oved most A for ones vnrtues ' 'TK NKIRT LaFRANCE CAROL LANE A bug heart Sugar and sprce and a bug sm: e everythvng nice eyes on a court led by a beautiful queen. l.OlS LAURENZO BRUCE LAWTON Her smile is sweetened The best of good by gravity. fellows. NORMA LAWRENCE ANTHONY LANIEWSKI The first duty ot 5 Clothes make the man. woman is to be pretty. f I i 1 ,A I s ,L x will ' ,'r. ' . .44 I, -. I . . - ' l lg? 4: - ' 4 W, W Y- Q. My TV' ' .--A-ff 4-..- E RAYMOND LAZZARO A friend indeed, al f if? 'V' s.' ...M .1 ' -s 1-.. , ' - s I ' R'-,N ' 4 ? f sw R 'S' x I tt I 4' -ur f iq .Q Q T '4. 1 V1 HOWARD LEACH RONALD LESSNER JOSEPH LEZZI Still water runs deep. Friendly and lrind. A little learning is JOAN LeBOEUF JOHN Lgwgg A wlnsorne yet serlcus Always Seen but meld- seldom heard. a dangerous thing. 43 W, new T ' o o 0 0 y What seemed a brick building two years earlier QQL4-J'lvVx4,L ' ff' A f N1 5""'lV'fL MARY JANE LITTLE JACK LUNDEN Simple in name but A real swell guy' complex in nature. JAMES MAC MARTIN FRANCIS LIBERATORE JACQUELlNE LUCIER Look on the bright Strong and content. Never hurry, never worry. side of lite. 'hw ,J -Wm, 'Q If x. 1 G SUSAN MALE gy . F' ERNEST MARCZEWSKI 4 g ess Clev changing. nfs! ,V Always in tune. iieen k 'Y 'T 4' nf A J' V' Q 'Y y',,,?' 'jf' CAROLYN MAITINO if ,P N-' ' EILEEN JOAN MALIS . ly f . - Looks, brains. 7 Of' The ideal of courtesy, J Q, personality. .'A wit, grace and charm. V . X X maj ' W X 1 . V1 , I f if . J now exhibited the characteristic of aaflfrienlt f' fu gif!! ,iff f f A4 'lm',14l f il ' ,L an , Rlci-4A MAsoN X' ,f Wit is the spice LL of life JOYCE MARKS GENEVIEVE MAROTTA Polvteness is to say Music us the speech the lundest things of angels GUISTINO MASTRO True ndivdualuty cannot be coped JOHN MAURYCY ml Life without sport is not life -af-of GREGORY MARQUEZ JOSEPH MASI Full of fUf1 He malces lute pleasant if My all day long J NNN MA We argue MXN ,ffffw 4.0 f ,,. ,f X . 45' 3 Rx A l 4- 48 Time had passed swnftly and as semors ELLEN MAZ K Gracgful eq s JOAN MAZUR Youth comes but once an a lnfetume AUGUSTINE MAZZOTTI Always a wusecrcclr always a gran PAUL MCALLISTER First and foremost a gentleman ' lfLJ4Mff"U vtiuffe, VL LORRAINE McCUMBER The goyest manner JAMES McDONALD the qef1fl6St lledff An asset to any team 'Y' JOHN MCDONALD JOHN MCKEONE Good sportsmanshlp A lad whose life us li QI L! l C one perpetual grm ,wife .-.4.,Aj YW-wtf ow x 50.0277 m A - 5 -4 1' xy - f l ' 1 ' n . ' ' ' C . NB., ak' 'sl X 7 l x . ' ' ' L, J , I k l ' L L ' 2.3 .l sx 1 I - A Nw Y ,u ll V gt ,. V 4 1 I l ,za ,Q 9 L ' ,J' ' ES 1 - U A h I ln. x x I L Y'L 40 ' ' s l ff l l' fl 'rl , l fl LM V ' lv 'lf . L' l Cv . I I . y I- Q ab' ,i V ,A , IVA! ' r tt Q, 5 f' 1 I . ,vs f' V ' l If . I. l X xg' li we now felt very much at home. ef C HOWARD McLEA X if MARY ANN MEIER Tall an She is a true friend. Ce 63 'Tj DENNIS MCKIERNAN . J ESD MICHAEL MEADER MILDRED MERENESS Let U5 l5UQl1 and X , None but himself can An engaging smile, be me"Y-X .,, ' , be his parallel. a lovely voice. -Q Cx -fx 'wa Ie Q ip Sys x if -6 ,.'a-.. E' """' em-we JACK MESSlTT JOSEPH MICHON CAROLYN Talce life easy. Something attempted. A heaft with what's the hurry. something done. . U li EDWIN MEYER CAROL MICK yy Baseball is the Good company malces th sport of kings. way seem shorter. V 'X . MU J . ill l ' X i il' N V . 49 29' N? yr' ,. fi -X 90 But the uncomfortable feeling plagued us that HARVEY MILLER ROSEMARIE MONACO I-Ie has the clothes and A maid with brains 'neath wears them well. dark brown hair. RICHARD MILLER If silence were golden, I'd be poor. CLIFFORD MONETTE A pal to all. TINA MILANO To friends. a friend. we -ff- ,s J ,flaw I 035 "W .2 ', 1-.s md ,fs Lf irellf I . JUNE MONGRELLA MARINA MUNIZ KENNETH MYER The friends she has There is mischief Every idea a challenge. gained are many. lurking in her eyes. RAYMON MONLEA EILEEN MURPHY Why arent they all Kind words are the content like me? music of the world. fv- 1 l 13 ,G . r fv- QM' soon we would be leaving Mont Pleasant. U KATHRYN NACCO A P665 Q en lad L, wwfh p egg 5 FRANK NASTARS EILEEN NEHRING N ce to know worth ccnswderng F 90, MJ N J -OV' Ywaffy THOMAS NEALON H scores f tra R CHARLES NEEDHAM A qmet man a wtL1Fs+'re'wds always w F CAROLE NITSCHE S ncer ty IS here p9f'SOnl+'led Sensbe peope fnd fb q Lse ,Jr X 'N O PATRICIA OSSENFORT Wa am "5-x pf. fy-. 'FF' F :Q in 'gg ff' I' y ' inq ir! A si' t , b 't B A T ing way . ' ' Q , jf Q f wx , 5 'Ia if v as 4 5 A, .yn .5 J' A Y 1 . 4 V ' A' WM Q' L am A o . ' wan! R . ff DONALD oeowowsxl V R X . V 152 ,xi A Q. 4 X l X I I . 1- 1, 0-" N, no 7n : Wess. . ' 2 " " A 'Nb 3' fi y 1 ' I 5 I e cn Pe c ' is nd i , R 4 e ccme. 'rr fs L 5 iL f dmfxs F A ' ?rF2nd!,' lfglr. - Xxx ,I if as? To our delight the school day was RICHARD OSTERHOUT Quiet people are always welcome. JOYCE OSTRANDER Cute and sweet janv fx fp, f6"""'7f" V17 RALPH OSTRANDER Frnendly qunet 7 iff!!! D f OW! ANTH lKRA It matters not ow long gf f we lrve fmt how A fl QUM 1 f I .- , ,J , 4.4 , 4. 1 X f -l .A f W f, I ,,- u,,a fy ,fd .1 " O'l X ,. I , ' N. "T swf .J -, . . ' I . . .-af, A- 4, "' . - ' ' PHYLLIS PALEN V DOMENICA PALLAITITE Her qualities speak Her smile is her well of her greatest asset J JUDITH PALMA A true frnencl IS w forever a friend My M Ml fllfjlwf lengthened providing us with an extra subject, ,vs w'S ' J. vw' JOSEPH PARILLO JOSEPH PAWLUKANIS A good sport first. Unpredictabie and last and always. intriguing. JOHN PANOSKI VINCENT PASCARELLA NOREEN PAYNE How sweet the Always ready with A winsome life I lead, a helping hand. laughing sprite. '76- Nnx io- I' Q55- xf' w4'f,"i f yq- y ,tx 'vs D xx 'Fax 11" CAMILLE PAYPACH MARILYN PEEK ROSEMARIE PEPICELLI What iS Sweeter thai Serene, l fold my A friendiy heart has a sweet personaiiiy? hands and wait. plenty of ifier-dg, LE A MLENE PENTA Th en e ear' er fingers siide scity der the keys. i pc-as After an enthusiastic and colorful campaign, new hx X Lvfbi JEAN PETRUCCI fljj ANTHONY PISCITELLI Ii HMS 'Q To be a friend is to lvl V I' A good temper sheds Wfi be a trueallgfiie2.,'l,,'l 4, gift' brightness all the day. Q I lf I lj iff',"' LI J I IJ , ff ,JV IVV RAXMOND PERKINS lumix, U U 'VAL WILLIARD PHILLIPS STANLEY PLOCHARCZYK The future comes 51,0 f U6 L, I Few things are impossible A merry student, soon enough. GJUJ W to diligence. never sad. Dir! 'V ..-... -.f fmm ir' Xi mm 1 S ' 54 'Sf ,Lff ,vm-HQ :W +R Y'-7 --4, VERONICA POGORZELSKI POM , SUSAN PROVOST A quiet sweetness, To meet is to An ounce of mirth is worth a stylish neatness. never forget. a pound of sorrow. ELIZABETH POLAK WILLIAM POTTER Her mischief is hidden Calm, cool, and behind a smile. collected. class officers were elected by secret ballot. RONALD PRZYBYLOWSKI Rathe qu et among hs I e ds he ranks hgh 'Z' T' RICHARD PUTNAM An honest man ,Q Xl SHIRLEY QUICK A heart true as steel I X A I JOSEPH RAKVICA 'lx'-in ful is the o s astage RUDOLPH RAKVICA Modesty becomes a young man Jw? Q! I Rf nAvW?i:o IIUJXU W , We f3f'fIff"0 I ANGELINA REA 'Lu un,-s QI' 'larger 'Du B 'Di en She II If How she w-III ta X. if N-.1 ,, vt H f AII w rld' I N V 4.2: 1'- , , , I f if A X, f I V 5 ,.rV -, I KW' v ', ,N .Q f ' A I I , I 'V f .7 M IJ , fx .4 as, fIfIII!Ij57i1IfljI'J,fIf0I ' " qf i V, I - I J I K gr W 7 4 If IW 2 1 I I f I ft I 567 ' ,,, gTh wI ftalxkl, Q ., GMI ,fIQll7I! I f nj We anticipated giving the Qeglor Freshman Par lu 'N-J OW :VN ,bv N .N XV X ,fXxQ'Vfxm CW ln bk. Er JOANNA REAGLES 1 V Ll' VT V7 O BARBARA REGELS A muqllty joy N SHEILA REINHARD As merry as tlwe day as Ong ANN RELYEA Shes bound to thrall tlve world wntlw song RONALD RELYEA A fr endly heart lS tl1e beg nn ng of knowledge -he '-sg 'Q' WILLIAM RELYEA Whatever you lwave you must eutlver use or lose is aw, W'-9 JOHN RENWICK EDWARD RICCARDI Laughing golf ng All manlund loves always a jest a love C- our opportunity to meet the eshman Class. ann VINCENT RI I IJV ROBERT ROLLINS I am aI ys , - I It's goocI to be ,M I I merry and wise. 'S : , J HI Y ' . MARIE RICCIO R , ROSE RILEY Her thinking of otI'1ers Q FriendIy, charming, SVEN ROOSILD makes us tI'1inIr of I'1er. always gay. Master of aII Iwe surveys. .ai 4 as NNN -3.6M lqfvw-avr 'Q' '1::"'7 E. Rx 5-N He K--v nr y an su.. if 7 CAROLYN ROSA MARY ANN RUFO , ,A DIANTHE SAJTA cl Sometimes serious, There is nothing I ' bl' tix The glass ot fashion Uv GLA sometimes gay, Iilze laug-I'iter.n-j L! and the mouId of forrqqffvlfdf I 1 1 Is at I it -I rj I II ' 'I ' li ik' - L X MIL! 1, Tj - FRANK ROSSI , yy 3 yr D IVR RICHARD sAaAriNi ig ge , f J Better be happy Y, I I - g F 1.4 Clweertulness is the IDR 'II pl than wise. ' I' , Lf' 'I' secre of popularity. i qi , if ,yi i ' ,I II v I ,P 1. is vyi y, A X I .R . J -1 I v' X 1 '- "I v 'X I-. Iv NN L N u I A W W K' 57 Snow, icicles, candles, carols, Christmas time kf"i4'7:1,i2f1. ' Ufzfzfal EDMOND SANDERS JAMES SANTOR Fond of the Most of the time 7 company of ladies. he's quiet. ff' . SXLIL , ff ' J M - 0 ff PAUL SANGALLI ik!! ' ABBIE LEE SANDERS C Xf In ln sincerity lies I' 1 VINCENT SAVINI Courteous though coy. triendship's ideal. fgflnf Strong, silent type. ,f 'ffp 2 ..- ,pf-2 Q , ,gr G4 f 234' but "IT i x l cc ' 1" -1"""r. A -":"' -nf A- 'Ss "' "' mx F--. M, A b I 58 KENNETH SCHANZ GAIL SCOLAMIERO ANTHONY SERVlDONE A man wishes Good humor is the Patience is necessary to be wise, health of the soul. to be great. JOSEPH SCHOLZ ROBERT SELLIE Nothing I5 so Cheerfulriess is the popular as kindness. secfet ol popularity. and our Sensor Class Christmas Party IN I' XJ' Ju? ,N as Q BARBARA SHAW Milli, 9 Eyes of blue STEPHEN EW5 KEITH SEYMOUR guy who woffs Lessons are my sfdif and wll succ 3? lightest burden 56 in-ar sv- WY' '90 S, g fo' EDWARD SHANNON ROBERT SHARP s W WItty and sharp at I' s eeIs nf'-' PATRICIA SHEEHAN A stranger In our 0- midst Ls-4 L CHAR1.ES'SHEP6RD Its goqd o ma 1 JUDITH SHIBLEY feat a m dwe s X7 a I evoy 'c 0 0 . 0 Ll x ' , . mf' JSI 9? . Ny. f 'Y' 251 F .IL If I I , 'CII . ' A X 'Y ,If . wwf ,- .I RX f' jf , .L Y ' . -XAN X u J Q I X. I' . fx V , I If - TU' I T ' fl 1 . x. f , '- '-'Y X? , ,' X' .4 f -t ' 'I Xnfwq ' . ' 41 T' A Mgr ryef- sf- I A . , f I I , ' , I xjlfflpr .I 1' I 4 f , . ,- , . I , .T 'uf G' ' . wiv.: its ' QLLQ A ,LL If fl' f g,,,1E,1fs-4M X YI , I . 1 x x Q 1 r II ' K ,jk f 'R 1 ,' ' it x-, 0 '- E- , fasesv' If Ei' J 1 I 5 ,- f K I 'W , v.-I r'x.-E' f ' ' gi in . M7 GIVE: Is aI ays ' . A f ' I1 V. ft JS G :rv f ' if I In I-I I ok. Q' Yfivr 'H-.J in 'Qs H27 Decorating, as well as the party Itself JEANETTE SIEDBAND She dances hlce an angel BARBARA SKIFF A dashing and charming brunette 'XJ HENRY SLEIGHT The smallest effort as not lost MARILYN SNOW Neatness that glows. BEVERLY SNYDER GERALDINE SNYDER Always an She lives best who hves gauly S-sf THOMAS SOMLO ROSEMARY SPARTANO Thefe is always work Her manner so gentle tor those who will. her heart so gay. put everyone in a joyous holiday mood. JOHN SPICKERMAN RICHARD STIGBERG Ive get tne wof en a stnng. d Fong A- Q . CONNIE STRUFFOLINO SHIRLEY SPETLA DIANE STACKEWICZ Oh, why sPc.Id In'e A wiIIinq Iwend, Fair Wes she. eil Iabor be? nb? 'VW ii' in- "la- T19 ?"""'P - 9- 2 I t 'W vm S4 ' kbp' f. 2 "My, R 'f, I wgff 'Bs- W2'-r I We C9 C' CARL SWANSON KATHRYN TASH LEAH THEREAULT WIWGI IS dOne by GentIe, shy, m9s:Imef Quiet reserve adds Iwim is we'I done. In Iver eye. to her refinement. HAROLD SWART BARBARA TERK AINa-,'s caIm, never My wants are few. in a Hfrled state, New Year's resolutions included serious boning JERRILYNN TlBBlTTS JOHN TOWNSEND Eyefyflllnq lS lllfl- Never a lwarslw wo JACQUELINE TIBBITTS Always Calm, always JOSEPH TISCIONE sedate, A slow srmle. -4" rd. VINCENT TRICOZZI Full gl Ffeflzled activity, pg,-Q Os pl E l, X W ylie!! 'Qs VX 62 X A Y x 4 -gnu-of A we an ' Jw-ff w e , 5 ,ufggfa , ' 'f ' kfgml f . wvxww xy 1 l 'U f' isis-zHf2' 1.V? ,. a n 27 , iilfg l -1, . ' 'EK lfliggai flu 51 ,y l ,Y 'uy,i.l1 1 ANN TYLUTKI .YNY fly ., 5' DONALD VALENTE s meliry as flwe fxff 'J J" 1 Loyal at lweart. 55 15 'Owl -.1 v "T QI'-. 'rx 'T vi Nik if . 'Ss-.f 731 KAREN VEITH A soft, gentle volce excellent 'n a worwaru EDWARD VACCA JEAN VanSCHAlCK Mcdesiy - a 'vest Slse leaves a pat' cl beccmlfq Vat. lrierwdslllp in lwer walce. for College Boards and Clvll Servlce Exams MARLENE VERRA JEROLD WELCH A man of great GIJII ty A gentIe nature WILLIAM VERSOCKI 'o all a Happy am l :wc 'K' "EP" ,,. 'FDL sr SYLVIA VERTERAMO LEONA WARNER A merry compamon Ready for every musc on a jourrvey bt OI Ian WILLIAM WELLS Sweet are the sIumbers of easy going men I D' Ra fi ' JI ff RUSSELL WHEATLEY How many Iwearts has he broIKen7 DAVID WHITE ays df! G r 1 l l ,sr 'X if o a, I kind Iikei . I A I :I , 51 "E av QTL '.' N . L , ,,. I , E A y Ia.a , I I S ' I .2 - ' X Ai. W 1 x X I ,, 4 Q E 'II I I X X xx a f'XL , N N , "N f 5' ff hh' ' Is ,104 '- He aw Has ,QI aswef. I D Fmally our bug three- the Senior Ball 3 5- BARBARA wicks We patte Q' G VW d 'hr' ,mu- BONNIE WICZYNSKI Abundance of pep YS DAVID WIEST Tal and bond ROBERT WILBOURN Im Vocknng for e f' In J J ROBERT WILLARD MELFORD WILLIE Slent men are est Dont fence me rn 'VN in 45" -Qw- -of ARTHUR WINDERS DONALD WNOROWSKI A pleasant guy He llves to please fl VCIass Da l, Graduation. June means summary. v 11 yi. Ay . - I Ooggk I 4 " Nell, fr ' . f 4' , L T7 , , . +V: 1 7 ' J' I licvffk f ' ff " - J f ' 1 f , H P UL WOLLMAN CONQIANCE WRQBKEQN W! In I f f I-Iere's a fellow Eyfwganf , 4, l 1 wltlw lots cl class. M ' 1 KVM!! 6 1 -f PETER WOJCICKI HAROLD WOOD ' I ONALD YAGER Good sense and H9 I5 wige who Ilgfeng L, A A glad man llves longer QOOCI Vlawfe- muclw and tallcs Ilttle. X" O Ilwen a sad one, 1 I I I ia LA i 'Ur V 4 l. .l, A 'A 63' R tl X G 'C-' . x ,I "" 4 'ill' M ?1f K sf Kay, ak, f""'s I rzfwgg CW D ,Q Q: 4 M 3 8.- -.....f Q " , -L.. Q 'Q s' K :amia- Q I , . f wifi BARBARA YAKUBEC THOMAS ZAK BEVERLY ZARZYCKI I L AUM' Jvlgwlnkle, twinkle, A guy of whom we A worlcer is a blessing ack I VA LVM little eyes. alI are fond. to mankind, 'If-.xi .IA ,fix I 'Y -.V I - 'Ixv :O ' I' f al, , JAN ZADOORIAN WILLIAM ZAREK 0 Worry and I Have Notnlng ever wcrrles me. never met, if JK wmv 65 IIN IV I Sport - olllryggydances, classes--high school day MI A I I X I 'Y NI DWARD ZIELINSKI MARCIA ZIELONKOWSKI 'N 1 .aszo fe aoc fv'?q"tv. An eye for nicehes, I I I W I K' n M + II I I. Wxile. se If v' V ,. 'if' JOYCE ZIELINSKI Happiness 5s made to be snared. y W kgs SUMMER SCHOOL 4? 'Vic I my Q, x-fe 1 f' 5 I .-.f-' 1. MARLENE ZIMICKI I-Ier voice was ever soft and Icw. 91-I . .- "XT," , '4""5 N: Xa , f I Y' 'S-dl' fl WILLIAM BULSON DAVID KIMBALL MICHAEL VISCUSI I lost I:.e w:fIf, I ::..'d WI1atsI'aII a man df: No sIcyisI1eavyII wat? it a'I day. but be merry. the heart is Iwqht. ANGELO INSOGNA FRANK SHARRETT 5 eepvf-me bw! ,fda Easy is as easy does. awake cf II've qridirc 66 V' . Q g !.? A ,ps CD82- liixiksiygg naumw:izwb4.,.,4 , Q HC WE ACHIEVE BECAUSE OUR SCHOOL TODAY ASPIRES TO A GREATER GOAL THAN MERE ACHIEVEMENT IN READING, WRITING, AND ARITHMETIC. EXTRA ENRICHMENT COURSES CHALLENGE US TO DEVELOP OUR CHARACTER AND PERSONALITY. 32? dimes me -Qqvlx rf 5+ +I-me O V L, v.-CY EJ -N65 I f,7"".,'T 5 Q Af ,Cf ce -L" 'V- ln fhis iel-age Amer- ica, we need people skilled in lhe mechanics ol modern llighl. This is a salable slcill, a vo- calion we slarl in high school. The family unil is lhe foundalion of prosper- ily, happiness, democ- racy. ln anlicipalion ol The lulure we slrive lo increase in our lcnowl- edge ol lamily lile from social lunclions 'ro problems ol lhe budger. 3' ing jr W Oar naion is rree onNy so Yong as we ander- srand Hs governnnenl, Hs rradirion, Hs peopNe. We grasp rlne Never on Hue voring rnacnine - jusr one baHo+ - bm synnbolic of fne difference befween anarcny or o'Ega':n, and democracy. - """"'--w.. ORDER CHRISTMAS CANDY 'bak wx Saleswen am cuafofwez 'Lie appfeihre The va ,e O4 a cichr. 3' cf co-ocefaffve fe+aEVfq cofzef ehdeff 'wdbn aa: P3542 Seve ming ::n2..Mef ff" - M fI'L"R ide: of The ::-1'er. Rh ...- x , fd ' 1 -Q, 1- ,r, r FL .tm V Q 'WK' new ' dl .Qa- O H" Za 5 Q 5 21 5 5 sl E' "1 .Q 4-N Q 4 - ,M Q, X 4' ' I ' Si Lf 'nv'-vr f X in I xii , .. YM. -5 ff a A ,f ,, ' g'w5?4g W H s If ,V '7?f,, I -.A N4 , ' ,' ' JY ' f 53 ,- 14.. - . ' - 'V , . . fp agfw ' -: , J 1,1 if if . 64- -.W 1, , .3, ,. ,A , 425 ' 5f'.1'.: -- fig. V X zx::53f+f. Q .5 A - , , . , 1... , 4 , , , Y 'f - I V .j , X-5 Q ,I , ,, , K , if - QM , Q ,f ' -- A ' . l V 5' ' vm, 2 . . , , I 1 'H' www' az .. i iv, ' IS? i , Q fx ,X ...., V 0 , W' wW'Ap'w.,1,M57 1+ 1 mg, W. .aim A N 4, L, .. 'Wkw ,jf-244+:'fi7'A' iuisiwiw V fb , , , 5, is N W, , Q 5 g -1 IE f ' 1 . I mm y, 1 1 :xv ! ,M K -n Q jg. A xl, 1, 2 3... ff 1 512553 Q FV Fine Arls also find fheir place in lhe building blocks ol educa+ion, Each sludenl who lills a brush will noi become a Rem- brandl: lhe creafive wrilinq sludenl, a Diclcens: nor lhe drama enlhusiast a Bern' hardr. Yer. each one of lhese people, lhrough parlicipalion in 'rhese sludies, will learn lo appreciale fhem. A game of chess during lhe lunch hour' an arf apprecialion class' an imprompru iam session in the band room: These are bolrh Jrhe means and lhe resiffs of aclivi+ies and classes whch promcre a con- s'rucl've use oi leisure lime. Newspapers, radio, Television nnolion picrures, magazines . . . These are Ilie binding forces in our world, +I1e cosmic glue. We learn Io operale and conlrol Jrlwese bearers ol news, propaganda, and enlrerfainrnenf in lwigli sclwool, never Iully realizing llieir irnpor- Iance unlil we are denied llweir use WE HAVE NOT LEARNED ALL THAT IS AVAILABLE, FOR JUST AS NO MAN HAS ANOTHER'S FINGERPRINTS, SO EACH ONE HAS HIS OWN MIND, INTEREST, APTITUDE. THEY WERE ALL MADE AVAILABLE, HOWEVER. THIS IS MONT PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL. We Partzczpate 1,5 Av CHF POISSON NOIR dv I IM X 'T , J up H CVM Q A -ul K g C G G Q ,, W G' , 2245? - , iff I it Gulf AT MONT PLEASANT WE PARTICIPATE IN MANY VARIED 652, f ACTIVITIES. THESE ACTIVITIES STIMULATE KNOWLEDGE, PRO- Q VIDE RECREATIONAL OUTLETS AND DEVELOP NOT ONLY GOOD LEADERS, BUT ALSO GOOD FOLLOWERS. THROUGH THESE ACTIVITIES ORIGINAL INTERESTS ARE PURSUED AND NEW INTERESTS ARE FORMULATED. 7 53 . P 0 srunem BOARD -F-2..."1!!' Fill Img I h- fMf"' 5 Chairmanl, Pannone, Bala mer, Spuzzy, Sanders, DiBlasio Fourth Row: Jonlnowski, Staley han. Morrette, Trout, Jones Barrett, Mcfumber, Beyer Sixth Row: Micklas, Hamel Scheels. Seventh Row: Cali dall. Missing from Picture Sellie. y, Il Recently we have begun at Mont Pleasant a student organiza- JH tion, The Student Board, which represents the interests of each .J individual student. which serves as a unifying force for the entire student body, and which functions as a liaison between the students and faculty. This organization, consisting ot one elected representa- tive from each homeroom and an executive committee, is in the process of becoming a very useful and essential part of our school life. lin vi' Y IA Qgywb 25, , , ' ll ' M2 N :fr 'f " STUDENT BOARD 3 Wy A 1 5 2 ADVISORY couNciL fu 1 , ,. Front Row, left to right: Mrs. 'T it 'il l ' r l Y' V Elizabeth Kellogg, ll A ' in ' Houlihan, Lou Mauro. 1 K ' A il V Sf Doosild, Gary Trout. T as Second Row: Mr. Pinchuclc, , lie'-' Staley, Carol Middle- f 'o anda Palmer, Joe l ,- Phil DeCocco. v-4.4 76 Front Row, left to right: Roosild Khairmanl. Connelly, Palmer, Lavery, Gallo, Verra, Tariello, Corbett. Second Row: Mr, Pinchuk fSponsorl, Mrs. Churchill lSponsorl, .Lomio, Middleton, Kelloqg' Dignon. Babcoclc, Hyson, Penta. Cam- pano, DiCi-istoforo. Third Row: Michon. Moore, Mauro Wico- 4 Renzi, Diferbo, DeCocco, Pal- Jonas, DiGiandomerxico, Mos- tro, Leach, Hutchins, Houli- Epilite. Schiano. Fifth Row: fano, Wnorowslci, Leach. Ken- V I I- Q .M I ,Q KJ A,- -it M SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row, left to right: C, Paypack, M. Giam- matteo, G. Gianni, P. Ossentort, K. Veith, E. Murphy, P. Holoday. Second Row: B. Zarzycki R. Galina, F. Nastars, B. Kollath, T. Cinelli, R Sellie, P. Wojcicki, D. Klein. SENIOR ADVISORY COMMITTEE Front Row, left to right: R. Johnson, M. Dahl, A. DeMarco, P. DeCocco, L. Fenzi, E, Vacca. Second Row: N. Agens, B. Lawton, J. Michon P. Woiciclci, S, Roosild, G. Heicler, W. Der- veniotes, D. Klein, C. Maitino, SENIOR LEADERS The Senior Executive Committee, presided over by the Senior Class president, discusses and takes action on senior activities. Each senior homeroom is represented on this council. These representatives report to their respective homerooms the cliscus- sions and plans ot committee. in 'i m 09 L" I ' , ,-,pn 'Q fi 1-1 1.-'ui-L. , l LIVI G DEMOCRACY vhdl IXJUIX Lkll XX A ... 'XJ ' W elf'-1 'N Q s 4.0 . 'A' I A X N l 0 P 00 . LQIS FBKZL l - SLM SENIOR CANDIDATES Front Row, lefi to right: A. Delifiarco, M, Dar, L. Fenzl C. Maitino, N, Agers. C. Carn- parc. R. Johnsgn D. Klein. Second Row: B. Lawton. E. Vacca J. M-cron S. Roosid W. Defveniotes P. Wciiclr: G He der P. Dececco. V0 'L- On Thursday, Ocfober 6, 'rhe Senior class using vofing machines vofed for 'rheir class officers. A weelc long cam- paign preceded rhe voring during which 'rhe members of The Senior class con- sidered rhe qualifies of fhe differenf nominees from posfers and speeches made by rhem and lheir campaign managers. The resulfs of fhe elecfion were: Philip DeCocco, President Angela DeMarco, Vice President Lois Fenzl. Recording Secrefaryg Marie Dahl, Cor- responding Secrefaryg and Edward Vacca, Treasurer. ""' 43 Rf SENIOR CAMPAIGN MANAGERS Front Row. loft to right: J. Maguire, S. Glowocki. J. Petrucci, L. Palmer, J. Bianco, P. Holoday. Second Row: J. McKeone, B. Kollath. A. DiCristofaro, D. .41 in R g. . X C POST ERS A D M .. x i . f .-X . Q13 Q. xl xx' X! .i Q, fx X -, .1 . i il" s.,. ART CLUB i V.. -i-. -,L . W Uuniorsl Efkhf Row, left io right C Adhrns, 'g1M. Fallone, A. Bianchi .Qns,5i5,5isec.i, P. Chlopeclci, c Wbigh wan, R. Alberts, C. Somer " lfiieldt. . Hall. Second Row: J Qhannil, M. Purcino, R. Zywot. W X th F I-ri: . 1 x.: rl I5 r,."fl NW! x nl Gm school has been greally beaufiiied by The eliorls ol fhe Ari Club which is always engaged in some phase ol decoraling or posler making. The club also renders many commun- ify services such as making favors for hospilals and orher organizafions. Miss Helen Meigher, sponsor. ART CLUB lSeniorsi Front Row, left to righi: R, John- son, J. Desimone lTreas.i, M. Giammatteo. Second Row: P. Glowacki, J. Palma, J. Petrucci lVice-Pres.l, E. Egnor, N. Agens lPres.,, J. Fallone. ART CLUB lNaw Members, , Front Row, lofi to right: Simone, Zielonluowslci, Manor, Ware, Marks, Giammottei, Brinkman, Pol- lelc, Seccombe, Ruote Second Row: Kalinowslri, Melvin, Glowaclxi, Mrozowslci, Chryssenthis, Tenno, DiStasio, Podgorslzi, Glenn, Wil- cox, Mraz. Third R6w: DeSimone, Stanlco, Begens, Prince, Crow, Hutchins, Rowell, French, Corbett. Edgar. 80 fail QS' EXPERIENCE, THE BEST TEACHER The Cade? Teaching Program offers praclical fraining for rhose inferesled in becoming reachers. nurses. sociologisfs, or school psychologisls. As 'rhe coders worlc wirh classroom reachers in various elemenfary schools, lhey learn +o undersrand char- acferislics of children ar various ages. uf Ah, li' U' B ' FUTURE TEACHERS or AMERICA Front Row. left to right: M. Maynard Miss Alice Holmes iSponsor,, B, Shaw J. Zielinslci, S. Gabriele. Second Row: P Davi, A. DeMarco, B. Snyder, C. Wru- blewslci, V. Pogorzelski, M. Blaclr. CADET TEACHERS iSiafe Teachers College, Froni Row, left to righi: Elissa Rofslcy Samuel Krchnialc, Marilyn House, Bar- bara Curry. CHECK! Compelalnve chess walh 'top posuhons on +he chess ladder as chess en+hus:as'rs lo The Chess Club Thus club provides an op por+um+y for lhe lmprovemen+ of chess sloll among members and leeches 'rhe game fo begnnners CHESS CLUB Froni Row left to rnght Y on Schober D Bt C Po eaole C acvtellu Second Row D W Fftzner C Sl erq J M 'TWT D Ha c le Mr Warren R Sponsor ' ' ' , ' : 'v' . Defvehmfes P. fx " . . a tzta aw. E. T J .Swa s A. Pls' ' H. Lea" : . e M l ' goal, draws hnany onl' Pleasan . V ' mlm 2 Bmw' V. HWS JN Sa + E. B , . QC' ' N. 'T J. Scholz C. M . l . ' . eil' l The Commercial Club alms +o keep com merclal sludenls unferesfed nn currenl bus: ness procedures by vnslhng local mdusfrves and by Informal lallcs by former graduale members Members ol flns club musl mam 'ra n al' leasl a C average an + ree commerclal sublecls 5 i Q 5 L f E , X PERIOD ONE PERIOD TWO '?PiLi' il -..A.1,- :lll-fl-l9 mwah " ' wiv The Choir provides Monl' Pleasani' wifh various fypes of musical programs such as The Chrisimas program and lhe Spring concerl. individuals and small ensembles sing for shui-ins af Chrisfmas and pariicipaie in musical con'res'rs fhroughoul fhe year. Members fake choir as a regular class period. D - - Q . 5 if iv. I i 4 A K, u. Q l i JV V me i 1 W' N JMR f L1 V Y . 53,-Si ' . 541-gc , . GLOBETROTTER The purpose of our Curren+ Evenfs Club. an organizalion which is open +3 all Inleresled sludenls, is lo provide us wilh an opporlunily oulside lhe formal Cassroom +o lur+her explore conlroversial Topics and To gain lurfher lcnowledge Ol hislory, cullure, economics, polilics, and our presenl-day world. Reporls are made by lhe members on These subiecTs and are usually followed by vigorous discusf sions in which lhe enlire group parlicipales. ln Currenl Evenls Club, The members learn To lormulale malure opinions ol Their own and lo respecl lhe opinons ol olhers. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB Front Row, left to right: Kneeling-E. Malis, D. Chryssanthis, E. Zarzyclsi, A. Mead, J. Lindahl. Second Row: C. Krystofilc fsecretaryl, L, Palmer fVice-Presidentl, Miss Leah lrelancl ISponsor,, W. Derveniotes fPresident,, B. Zarzycki lTrees- urerl. Third Row: J. Staley. J. Butsch, C. Dobies, M. Sagatys. Fourth Row: P. Wellman, R. Maleclci, R. Fichtner, A. Carter, R. Zywot. A Le Cercle Francais gives ail interested French students an oopoftunity to appreciate the richness of French i'i9'Bi.,V6 and promotes a better understanding ot the French ceooie, their ianguage, and customs. Through Frencc orograrns, correspondence, and other various ac- tvities, noerobers may gain a more toierant understanding ot the French pe-opie. VIVE L FRANCE! -, V1.1 r 1 4 Fl lr 44- - -kfll l hn- !I'!- V., '41-41 FRENCH CLUB Front Row, left to right: Maynard, Sedband Pogcrzei ski, Ziehnski, Adams, Bianchi, Schees, Barrett Mackey Hili, DiStasio. Second Row: LeBceJ Ski? Saita hie Vacca, Mr. Anthony Coppoia, Parc nc, Fphte, Caputo Corrado, Third Row: Giarnrnateo, Reirhard, Mereness Johnson, Paimer, Hall, Gray, Brannigan Monaco Zarczycki, Lawrence, Ware, Magihniss, Boice, Paien Perkins, Oqcnowski. Fourth Row: Mae, Keioqg Hoieya, Tarner, Spartano, Mickias, Krystotik, Zarzycki Derveniotes, Henry, Wrobiewski, Davi, Gianni, Scmio f ! '- - V . et ft Xfg Q. 'EK 87 Q4 FREUNDSCHAFT U DSPASS GERMAN CLUB ront Row ef rn ht J Sc oz President D Klem Secretary C M k Vice Presudeni R Sedlak Tr0uS urer Second Row W Potter D Sm Somerfeidi Third Row r Fourth Row M e Fuf R w V Q :xi Rwp The German Club composed of sfudenfs who have had one year of German seeks +0 mcrease knowledge of spoken German and 'ro promofe x L A ,CAIR L 1 N J' . A ' , , Q fx f I F , I t to 'g : . h! If 1 ' 1, , ' I I. . e c I ' - ' L - f b ' - I. : . , . P - ' New S. K--- C. . ' 1 r . A F M, wane- Q95 fgponsofjx L, Fe-1 good 'efowzf 3. Menncef: or We E. Eg 2' J. Kleei, 1 3- Q ,L 'mi' rn5"a'f e 'C iiueeoe A' Hart . B wi R, S:e. 'th o 1 5. G7e,,,,,3,- Warne' ... W, e C. Se,e'l:e'f S' 5 o : . He:fe't G Zezifrg G. A. C. Front Row, left to right: L, Fenzl, L. Palmer, E. Egnor. C. Maitino, R. Johnson, S. Gray. Second Row: A. DeMerco, B, Palmer, N, Agens lSec.l. R. Pepicelli lVice-Pres.l, J. DeSirnone lPres.l, D. Gray lTreas.l, C. Fitzgerald, C. DeCocco. Third Row: C. Pieronelc, P, Chlopeclci, S. Lavery, E. Kellogg, J. Holeva, P. Durrwang. Fourth Row: C. Somerleldf. G. Moore, K. Hill, D. McNab, L. Wedeliind, N. Dignon, S. Smith, N, Turner, C. Middleton, S. Carter. GOLDEN SPIKE SHOE SOCIETY Front Row, left to right: M. Santor. C. Crow, D. Cappuccitti, R. Masi, J. Masi, J. Renwick, P. Wojciclri. R- Card. Second Row: Mr. Ray Vacca lSponsorl, J. Morrette, D. Wnorow- ski, J, Zadooriari, J. McDonald, J. Pawlulcanis, J. McDonald, R. Mason. T. Nealon, B. Rowell. 89 X.. .Vg ,' j , ' A i. .' ,. fcgl, .4 4 '.'fd'g.4L-- If 'efflfec . K, i "..L4L'cz, -f'25LC.1. ' f . ff Lf i.,4y'-.' gfyjf ' ' riiefe1FisrA+f.isnc ciali, represenlaiflwg- ,oi Cclhe rnosl oclive girlsfin alh- lelics, increases aller- school spofrs i'niereS'l"ancl linances alhlelic awards lor all girls. The girls also prornole school spiril by selling boosler bullons, senior pins, shalceroos, and 4 f'-ix Ealon caps. SPORTS E 11-IUSIASTS The Golden Spilre Socie+y lor boys parlicipaling in Track and cross counlry, creales sporlsmanship and promoles lraclc and cross counlry. -i rv e i -f V452 6. ,I ,.v-A 'ex K K 2 ' V' X ,gk S, "- N ' l 1 Q! 'Fssli f f f at HELPI GHAN S The Junior Red Cross Council promotes the activities of the Red Cross locally, nationally, and in- ternationally. The Council helps to carry out American Junior Red Cross proiecls in our school, Each homeroom sends e representative to the committee. JR. RED CROSS COUNCIL Front Row, left to right: Peelc, Shaw. Palen. Egnor, Gray, Oleschalc, Alberts, Viscusi. Second Row: Miclclos, DiBartolomeo. Stiles, Somerfeldt, Pace, Somlo, Pause. Cassella, DeMassio, Westfall. Third Row: Heckler, Kenyon, Haclcert, Verra, Gaughan, Payne. Donnetta. Bonlc, Corbett, Podgorskif Tiscione. Fourth Row: Hertz- men. Wiszynslci, Ramsey, Fenzl, Bianco. Rose, John- son, Miss Lyons lSponsorl. Fifth Row: DeFrancesco, Guevin. Sixth Row: Novak, Cognetti. Seventh Row: Meluch, Miclc. Eighth Row: Smith, Dutcher. Missing from Picture: Heider. l 1 ' 'I A The l'li-Y is e service organiza- tign for ggheel afd ccmmuritj, ectivtlee. The cpo studee logf- lative affairs. J. ' ff 77117 24 . ' T'g.,4 S2 Will u 9 nfl T5 C !",n lf' KEY CLUB Front Row, left to right: B. Lawton lCor. Sec.l, A. Saba- tini, J. Staley, P. Bond. Second Row: P. DeCocc:o, R. Sabatini, B. Kollath. J. Michon lRec. Sec.l, S. Roosild lPres.l, J. Mclieone, D. Greco. J. 9? XY' M a U rycy, lVice-Pres. I . Third Row: G. Marquez lTreas.l. L, Mauro. R. Marquez, R. Di- Cristofaro. R. Janlcowslci, M. Dwyer, E, Houllhan, G. Trout, Mr. John Gregory, P. Houli- han. J. Lunden, W. Kirvin, B. Trimpoli. ak WE BUILD Pkg' xi' O'9 The Key Club serves rhe school corhmunlfy as rhe Kiwanis Club serves lhe Schenectady Com- mmlly. The leaders Ol lhe school carry om many seryfce achvilies fhrouqh lhe club each year. They also work 'foward improve Ing school splrll. HI-Y CLUB Front Row, left io right: L. M 1 r',,, ,, R ,. .5,, .f.s.':'3. .gE.' 3. VJ: 'fav Second Row: 'fc' a't. J. Vwc' age C S-..- .. 9, r..- o -- 3, VVCIQ 11. Third Row: . ,. 'N xA,,. . D. Sc. .. J. rf , r Q. . aa" Q Seca" 'Jn f 22,5 4 3 1 vENi,' viDi,. vici A A 2 The Lalin Club slrlves lo creale a splril of worldmincleclness and good fellowship among members cf 'hc Qlub and Yudenle. ll' los- 'er n Tlx mernbefi an 'nlerezl 'n Meffahonal alfa? and e grealef fiieflandfng of peoples ol ofhe' nahoni by buwlng UNESCO co,- fggnr :rd 'endlng CAPE Damages 9 We needy 1 counlfles ' 'lor WHA - W., J. LATIN CLUB Front Row. left to righi: C. Repice, A. DeLavic, P. Holoclay, J. Connelly, M. Corrado. R. Orzel. S. Vottis. Second Row: J. Staley Ureasurerl, C. Adams Ufresidentl, Miss R. Bralcebill lSponsorl, S. Monahan Nice-Presidcntl. J. Eplite lSecreiaryl, B. Bonlr, R. Mead. Third Row: R. Kasscheu, A. Mead, D. O'Brien, D. Battista, F. Glenn, W. Derveniotes. P, Galy, M. Rockwell. J. Horlnlua. Fourth Row: V. Mraz, J. Butsch, N, Agens, L. Palmer, L. Giammattei, l.. Babcock. D. Lee. B. Greene, K. Hill, M. Ruota, G. Mosher, M. Wolte, P. Palen, L. Lepham. R. Brewer. H. Johnson, G. Gianni. Fifth Row: M. Bizel, C. Tariello, N. Schober, T. Stanko, P. Scheels, J. Ware, P. Corbett. G. Miclrlos. E. Zerzyclri, B. Zarzyclci, E. Melis, J. Lindahl, M. Della Rocco, E. Mahoney, E. Walker. D. Opanowslri. P. Wollman, HELP ME FI D... LIBRARY CLUB Front Row, left io right: P. Scheels lSecreidFYl- J. Pet- rucci lVice-Presidenfl, Mlss E. Clark, Miss R. Lyons lspon- sorsl, N. Agans lPresidenfl. G. Micklos Ureasurerl. Second Row: D. Brooks, R. Tisclone. G. Sykes, G. Eltelmon. J. Shlbley, A. DeMarco, S. Magirmiss, C. Barrett, A. Mead, J, Palma, M. Novak, E. Wellman, D. Lee, J. Rowell. Third Row: S. Rocsild, D. Pause, E. Vacca. C. Swanson, J, Mlclmon, P. Wollmen, W. Derveniotes. J. Bonaquist, R. Mead, R. Zywot. D. Gerding. '5 :1l'f"'l Members of flue Library Club ass's+ llwe libraflars lw caring for 'flue books. Each member soends Fall an lvcuf weekly cerryfng of flee may dwles lnvo'ved ln l'b'erX work. Tlee CMJ kcldg 5' ewmal kee lo' llwe lecply. v FAC U LTY TEA MOPPERS Front Row, left io right: R. wf-ul if X D Cr stolen P. Deiczcc Q Mmon E Valid, N, Kgrn at Paglara. Second Row: A. iqiaa i.. Gfass: C, Re. . xby, V. Rigg R. Gara MV, R eg Sponsorl. 6. r The Moppers a fef vie Quo wlwco Ucmo'-Cf. True sporlsmansliip, los- lers a belief alhlelic I spiril in 'rlie sludenl body, iv and lakes care of 'flue boys' gymnasium by sei- fing up bleachers, selling colces, and mainiaininq lhe gym office. The club lakes an annual field Trip lo New York Ciiy fo wif- ness various alhlefic evenls. WITH MOP I HA D MOPPETTES Front Row, lefi io righf: J. Bianco, J. B-rinkman, K. Veitlw lTreas.l, M. Giammatteo. S. Verteramo, M. Verra, E. Kele loqq lSec.l. Second Row: G. Scolamiero, A. DeMarco lPres.l, A, Bianchi, A. Rea B. Palmer, F. Dutcher, N. Tur ner, C. Campano, L. Glam mattei, D. Kaufman lVice Pres.l. Tlwird Row: D, Bm' af f -A ,D V., Q mg . Th ' - I e MoppeH'es is a ser IW vie Q so wlaicn mopi We 5 :gym fwice daily ano O6iO'6 ano ai'er school 'iunc+'ons in me gym. Eaclw Vopcene is 'equkeo +o mop 'fe gym foor week yy Miss Grace Casfor, spon- QD". fu Ny -X N XT' It J P JJ' Q ' - - 55 if I n'o'l.'.'Q I fi TN N? if vjf' - L is isis 5" .N "5 I.. " ,Q A . . -cvs P1 so BLCW THAT WHISTLE I OFFICIALS CLUB Fronf Row, left Io righi: B. Hotalinq, A, DeIavic, P. HoIoday. J. Radliff, E. Egnor, P. Durrwang, C. Adams, M, Maynard D. Gfay. Second Row: M ss Boys ISponsorI, A. B'd"'CITI C SC"'9':6id' M, Rgaef R. Mcfecc. J. Capqto. E. Zarzyckl S. Lafew M. Sarf"vatte:.TI'1ird Row: L. SZLJYIIICSIKI B. GJ-H J. I e J. De-smcfe R. DeGe:'ga N. Ageos, Fourth Row K, I-I G. h'::'e J. K .:,3 P. S'5'::E', Missing: D. Kefme' L. G afvvwatte M. Dai Members of +I'1e Officials Club oI'Iicia+e af aII affer school girls' a'I1'e+7:s. TI"ey a'so ad as sccfe-rs. :WHY ag N-'FD ,M,'-M. CLIE V. ,voviv oz. 'I' -. aff. fan fc. -A f-AH r-,ML . .. - ,oo V., V oo.. LA, .,'iC' C9 'EN' AIM HIGH The Spor+smen's Club, open fo all boys in- feresfed in oufdoor acfivifies, develops The quafifies of a frue spodsman: if promaies Safefy in use of fire arms, creafes an aC'l'ive'i1'3'l'9re5'l' in Cdnsefvefion of game. fish, fores+s and streams and encourages an in+eres+ in ou+door acfiyifies which may become a hobby in aduh hfe. T ..,.. .- .. W ,. R. Caputo, F. Jankowy, R. O'Connor. A. Mastroianni, D. Flynn. Second Row: D. Hennel, E. Teaqle, W. Matt fTreas.,, W. Kverek fPres.l, K. Capa4 zucco. J. Baluch, C. Swenson. Third Row: D. Ogonowski fVice-Pres.l, J. Wania, R. Jankowski, R. Senecal, J. Niclcfaw. Mr. B. Perkins, D. Zak, R. Badqley, T. Borowski, B. Henry, R. Shepard. Ks ' ffl-' R 'kgwffpwdmvfd fa, W fgwvwl- 1' Front Row, lefi to right: O'Connor, One! ovER THE HILLMMV W llle. Collins, Marks, Kuerelc. St. John Stenlro, Johnson, Pantelone. Schober, Mc Lean, MacDonald. Second Row: Meade Junter, Regnier, Mereness. Sigibeo, Glam matteo, Gfeefe, P,rc7no Sanders, Casellc Mr, Te",.Tl'1ircl Row: Eqngr Palmer, Ware Mower: Dfwrg, Me-vm Wedelc nd Nagy Rewvcr lf , Rce l-lcwe, Ogc'cw slcl, Sarto' Jrfbo. Fourilw Row: Weed Co ns l-Ltr -s Ha 'es L,ebke l-la nes W -ard, Swawce, Hervy. L For llwose who eoloy skiing, llne Slci Club promoleg lnleresl and solely in skling by pfoxfdlng gl' 'f's'fuc+len and sponsoring sk? Vo: 'o vafces ek' r'a"s En New York S'a+e. SluC6V"5 fic can slr? of are ln- . i fgreyej 'n le-5f""'g l'Cw 'O may beccme ' ' members, 5 Througk ll-e ellofls ol Mr. Joseph Terry, Monlr Pleasan' was again represenled 'n a New York l-Von Sclnool Slcl Meet This SK' TEAM mee' 'He leeff we" 'Q Lake Place lc' Front Row, left to righff 5111 CQY1' M' Fires Wine iofnceffgn 'n ccfwf' falcm ana cross 'All em : Hen' 233' 'Leg lfffinee Kvefelc e': Baie Fe", nec 2c"ee'e: 'fe ofev'o-s ,eaf e' Od Fofge. MAY I HELP YCDU? 44 ui 1""H"' .-- .f in Q C7 The S+uden1' Sfore Club is made up of Those Commercial girls who worlc in lhe sludenl slore. These girls nol only render a service lo 'rhe sledenl body by selling school supplies. bul also receive some praclical experience in slore work. Prolils from Jrhe merchandise sold are relurned lo lhe school in lhe lorrn ol piclures, band unilorms, and similar Uexlrasf' YV STUDENTS STORE Front Row, left to right: R. Monaco. R. DiCerbo, D. Staclcewicz lTreas.l. Second Row: Mrs. Helen Cummings lSponsorl, J. Marolrta, A. Penta, A. Rea, T. Cos- tanzo, Miss Hazel Holt lSponsorl, K. Tash. Miss Margery Alden lSponsorl. C. Paypack. P. Glowaclci, R. Pepicelli. M, Verra, C. Campano lVico-Pres.l, J. Desimone lPres.l. IIIU4 N- J' The Symphomc Smgers are a specual group of choar members whnch mee+ +wnce weekly af 7 45 They no+ only parhcspafe In school musucal pro grams bur also sung for many communary affanrs Membershlp as defermmed by musvcsanshnp vonce and absllfy +o read musac Mr J Sfanley Lansing Sponsor A M 'lor prachce A EAR FOR MUSIC SYMPHONIC SINGERS Froni Row lefk io nght Paypacl: Hull DAttaluo DeCocco Nacco Caye Scolamuero Second Row Fenzl Reagles Egnor Muck Corrado Schuano Martnnu Rggu Thurd Rw Ille D John Murphy Marolrlta Wedelc nd Del.av1c Shubley Wolfe Fourth Row Brynoarslu Raczynslu Relyea Anunzuatta John son Guevun Ardell Stanhope Lavery Ruota Fnfth Row McDonald Frank Pace Torelll St John Trowbrrdge Shepard Bond Rnggs Mantta Sixth Row Ruccardn Ferraro Vaslro Patrick Wheatley Houhhan llle DeCrsstofaro Mas n James XT 2 J 'I la' J' ny ll J . xp In x - 4 4. W 4 . J. J K, .X No- V In A .. M 4 A - 72 nl R 1 delhi ""eiT 'L , " --l - , 1 ll! l I x . s 3 A P fi ' I 'a ig , ll T fr J a in - fu' Ag: X, , , 'H' y' .. , ' ' ll , P gg' lx I Q lg i l f m N Q Y A A A , r IA: Q S f xxx, W N' A 'Q' , x J i i ,J A 1 'K f A PROJECTIONISTS Fronf Row, left to right: Kneeling -- J. Be'gefcn, Sit- ting - D. DeCa'c G. Ken- :Je M, P'-4 S. Sfe'r1,'g W. M ef T, Sew cone W. W'eeler, Second Row: Mf. R 'gland lSponsorl, J. Santor C. Mcneite, M. Bawt, T. Gfee' R. Rc ns R. WHGVC. lq Lf ,J-1" ff .L Tl- i u . l-. x -. V ' . .. .X L., if ,, ,Ax L, . . ,X f. 1 A Aa D , I, qi 1 1 A JV' IU fx ,Hx 1 '31 41 ml' ,J 0. U . 0' xl T! J , , J 4 NURSES Ames I Front Row, left 'co right: Ag N. Tuner M, Lltte J. 97 Kludas. A. Sanders, M. Hall. Second Row: J. 3 " " 5 Buisco J. Ba sl, 7. De- KX r 9 'Tl' ' Francefa: 'men' A, YU xv u Mead P. 'V ,VLVJ M Nl w JT ' N F fu! lf lf-' I' xt: 5 . JO flf VU 1 5' ' ll . 1 fl it Lfx ' if 1 ' JJ . Jfl w ' ft sf I 'G l , 1 if V W ff , ff' ,ffl A X Y Q LT. Mllvb llgn., LSU-f' x 0 OFFICE WORKERS ici THEY SER E U CAFETERIA STAFF Froni Row, lofi io righf: R. Banaclc, R. Leonard. Standing: B. Rowell, W, Len- non, B. Roenish, R. Lennon, M, Balwit, K. LaFrance, Mrs. Buehler, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Maloney, Miss Britain, Mrg, Ri,-id. fleisch. Missing: William Wells. 19 In our school, lhere are many opporiuni- Hes for siuclenis To parlicipale in aciivilies of a purely praciical nalure. Such aclivi- lies oilen enable a siudeni 'ro gain skill in ihe field ol his iuiure occupaiion such as office worlc or nursing. ln every case, lhe pariicipanis receive valuable experience in learning 'ro cooperaie wiih oihers as well as ihe saiisiaclion oi having rnacle an im- poriani coniribulion 'foward 'rhe srnooih iunciioning oi school life. The eniire slu- deni body benelils from 'rhe aciual services performed by ihese groups and from ihe spiri+ ol 'reamworlc which +hey help fo creaie. STAGE CREW Front Row, leif to righf: Mr. Rngand lSponsorl, R. Rollins, Second Row: R. Lamprey. Third Row: R. W.I ard, B, Henry. X as V ,e.gcQa.TY f JS, , - Us s.ssL'u4fc .surf Eduqxrxxx PQ, hifi V Q .og-1435 lf QQ-Qgg -L he 101 Nh 5 CUR FUTURE E GINEERS TECHNICAL ELECTRICAL lFreshmenl Froni Row, left to right: Green lCe'chn-er Vanixlest D- Sesame Wadde . Second Row: Pcdb elsk Flanagan M ilrlas. Third Row: Crow Eemsbee Bend T'cwbr'dge Boone Cscper Cark Mcfarty. Fourth Row: Rccio, Maleck Eichtne' Lefarafi Gfrrmer l-lamltcn S'haa3 Leach 102 G wiv' Y TECHNICAL ELECTRICALS venzc W. Walsh E. Carrieri. The lechnical courses provide a srimulaiing challenge in 'rhe field of marhemaiics, science and associared engineering subiecrs for scieniilically minded sludenis. Pupils nor only learn fad, buf, fhey are raughl' +o develop desirable habiis of using ihis knowledge To aid fhem in solving problems encounfered and hereby gain furfher learning. The members of 'rhe +echnical courses are given an adequafe basis for enrrance info engineering colleges or for +he wide range of Technical work offered by indusiry. lJuniorsl Front Row, lefi 'co right: G. Rccle 'elef W. Matt C, Crew N Pfr: J. Leary A. Lspino, E E-tzner R. Lamorey. Second Row P, Vezsscn. P, Vain R. Pa ey FN. Eerrad nc N, St'e'le G. Er, ff, AY ff' A RTC-l D, B' vw NV, Wnei -i-1 r Third Row: N' Stewart FM Krabi C Sgsper J. Kafcr M, Sa't"' S. Cab S' R. Sraeqer D Defwlo E. La:- TECHNICAL ELECTRICALS lSeniorsl Froni Row, loft to right: Osterlwout, Servidone. Clement, Johnson, Waist, Micklas. Swanson. Second Row: Lazzaro. Piscitilli, Beardsley, Leach. Monette, Wnorowslci, Kolalcowslni, Berg, Kverelc, Mclfeone. Roosild. Third Row: Wood, Howland. McAllister. Mastro. Giuliano, Shepard, Rollins, Gallia, Phillips, Friedman. i 'X gm 1-M' Ek' l TECHNICAL MECHANICALS lSeniorsl Front Row, left to right: P. Woiciclci, J. Renwick, D Fynn, D. l-lenne', C. Needham. Second Row: G Koo-Mscn K. Myers, E. Sanders, D. Gutlwan, J. Balucli J. Add eco. Third Row: C. H, MQKQQ, M. Willie, J Tzwoserd, T. Borcwslci. N, Collins, M. Eaton, R Sabai' T. Zak R. Ostrander, R. Bcdgely, C. M Cfarlce, F. Liberaicre. INA. '5- L I airy to v'W6ulp5l'3 will Ny 1174 WW M f X I ,Wy D I 550 dw J J- . Ji ' T3 7W0"'lf'QS wf The Wa+ch+ower sfaff wrlles and edlls lem slx-page lesues an- mally. In 0435+ years lhe cape' has wow hgh pcslhons fn :shreds cohclecled by lhe Cclfnble Szholaghc Press fxssoclahon and We Empire S+a+e School Pfess Assoclallon. WATCHTOWER STAFF Front Row, left to righf: D. Klein, B Wiczynslci, R. Johnson. C. Krystofilc, D Sajta. J. Petrucci, E. Gabso, S. Reinhard E. Kellogg. Second Row: E. Malis, B Zarzyclci. J. LeBoeuf, W. Derveniotes, J McKeone. P. Wollman, C. Maitino, S Glowecki, E. Murphy, P. Ossenfort Third Row: C. Somsrfeldt, J. Staley. N Strehle. J. Michon, M. Mereness, M Giamatteo, P. Scheels, C. Barrett, L Lapham. Fourth Row: S. Maginniss, J Ware, R. Pepicelli, B. Terk, D. Staclre- wicz. C. Paypach, T. Somlo, K. Schanz C. Shepard, S. Monahan, L. Palmer. Y X NOSE FCDR EWS! N, EX., WATCHTOWER HOM EROOM REPRESENTATIVES Front Row loft to rlghf R DeGeorg:e C Ternllo J Sykes euss Byrnars Q Row S Mae B Yalcubec M Munnz M Vmclquerra D Gerdmg E Blanco Tlurd Row C Barrett C StaFFord J Peel: Dlmatteo P Scheels D Moore P Houluhan Fourfh -vggw Row A Pantalone A Romelle S Truesdala P Alberts D Bednarczylr P Cassella Fifth Row N Dngnon J Bonaqulst enn Lapham Meyer J Staley S DeMasc1o D Jarvss K LaFrance Ssxfh Row P Holoday D Sajta Huffmure J Lucner Chlopeclu L Pernno C Mel vn K Capozucco W L! The Wa+ch+ower homeroom repre emlehve sell and drsfrloule lhe paper ro ghowr Jrhe oo They a e orams e fhe Peafa off Terra Dal game M B wo a or o h e o reD e a' a o e aov w e lv' he d Dec e or 5 5 '- 101 : H " 15 l " ,, .. ' W 1 W -V 9 ft ' ' H la . , Ia V c 1 P, M l . Y 'V 1 - V 5 1 ,- ' , Af' lflL l . V' All ', I7 : . , . . 4,1 J . , . , . 'jf' f J- R 1 D- ll D- F. GI , L. , K. lb y ' My y ,Z H Wnorowski, L. Mauro. Second V . I . - ' ' 'Q' ' 'O S : . gl Q Q , - - pfod i Monk T , F'-N ', . " . . D: ,ll 1 Q. 'I cefoo"l 5. '.'1,CA 4 - - n - I 5 H. ' , . ' , P. dafo is so lsof l+ e hom f om r - ' , ' ' ' ' I I' ' A ' ' ' sen' 'vef hd 5 lh ' e"?s'rg slag ' I -O ' ' " ' ' h'l ,r. RIC ' k f SD sore fhe edllof' l Wag, as ff' Carole Ndsche Miss Helen Meigher Mennbev of We YQ-void Sag, wiiri We aid of 'Heir ioonzofg, do of The wofi iF'T'JO'vQd in pok- iishing The Monfaneer. The mi cornrniiiee arranqes We Cover and Coordinaies a'f picmres' ine edi- foriai -:omrn'i'ee doei o' oi ine wrifing conneded wifh Hue book: Hwe senior sec+ion wriies Hwe quoiafions under Hwe individual pidures: ine adverfising cornmir- Tee solicirs ali Hue adverfisemenfs. All of Hue commiffees musi work fogeflner in order To publish an oufsfanding yearbook. .., Nl- it A6 .., w-1 Susan G :wash- XT Plnlp C uN.u ar ff A 4' Wil' am Dewe' :tes " if Nancy Age ls , 7' A e . Ja. MONTANEER STAFF 4-...Z l Editorial Fnculfy Sponsor: Miss Helen Meiqher. Edifors-in-Chief: N. Agens, W Derveniotes. Adveriising Commikfee: Mrs. Mary Moon lAdyiserl, J Addison, M. Blaclc, J. Brinlcman, C. Campano, G. Fasching, C. Ganarce L. Giammattei, M. Giammatteo, P. Glowacki, G. Helder, J. Marks M. Maynard, R. Monaco, S. Quick, S. Reinhard. M. Riccio, F. Rossi. G Scolamiero, A. Servidone. B. Shaw, B. Snyder, T. Somlo. E. Sui ivan. W. Wells, M. Zielonlnewski. Art and Photography Committee: Miss l-le'en Meigher lAdvisorl, N. Agens, J. Desimone, P. Durrwanq, E. Eqnor, J. Fallone, M. Giammatteo, J. Horinlca. D. Hennel, R. Johnson. P. Kolalrowslfi, J. Palme, J. Provost, J. Renwick. A. Sanders, C. Swason, R. Willard, P. Woiciclrl. Business Managers: 5. Glowaclci, P. DeCocco. Senior Section Commifiee: Miss Eleanor Clarl: lAdvisorl, R. DeCerbo, R. DeGecro e. A. DeLavic, M. Donnelly, D. Gray, M. Horstmyer, H. Huffmire, J. lie, D. Klein, C. Krystofilc, S. Male, E. Malis, C. Miclr, C. Miclclas, T. Milano N. Payne, C. Paypach, Rf Pepicelli, J. Siedbancl, D. Stackewicz, K. Ve to B. Zarzyclci. Editorial Commiftee: Mr. Robert Burns lAdvisorl, M. Dari W. Derveniotes, J. McKeone, L. Palmer, J. Scholz, B. Terk, D. We-zt, P. Wollman. Subscription Committee: Mrs. Helen Cummings, Miss Haze Hclt, Miss Marjorie Alden lAdvisorsl, C. Campano, T. Costanzo. R. DeCerbc, J. Desimone, P. Glowaclri. C. Kehoe, G. Marotta. R. Monaco, C. Paypech, A. Penta, R. Pepicelli, A. Rea, D. Staclcewicz, K. Tash. Typists: J. Brinkman, C. Nitsche. Advertising Photography Cl x 3 ll xhfl ' ' All ,I 1 1 'SO N7 0544, Hscn Hoo BAND Froni Row, left to right: R, Raclro S. Maginnss. L. Wedelcind L, Reqnef. Second Row: A. Pagliara. D. Valente K, Waddel' C. Repfe D. DeAnqe es , J. Schc'z. Third Row: A. Lupino M. Mckias. A, Der! N. Stfene R. Pagliara, C. Wr.bewslc Q. Jonnson D. Hart. S. German P. Dcrrwang. Fourkh Row: A. Paton, P. Dcnre"y. A. Lotanc P. Restifc. D. Regner, P. Jones P4 Gallo J Ar-toned. J. Sagimben' B. B,sg'cve. Missing: B. Bifon. J. Nagy F4 Will: J. Ngrry M. ScT'e'- land D. Jarvfs, B, Mead, Mr. J. Adams lDireciorl. ORCHESTRA Front Row, left to righi: G. Tan' T. Sfanlfc. M- Bza G, Mcfhcr l. DiGesare S. Maqinniss L. XNQ-jisjnd R. Ralf A. Paqiiafa J. Schoiz, R. Jnhnffn A. Detz. Second Row: T, Talrarcil lDireciorl, T, Srbee. Missing: D. Welch, D. Befgcffn C. Rep 'e J. Niqnny, The Monr Pleasanr Bancl adds color and rhyihm +0 school games and assemblies. This group also performs for various parades and concerls 'rhroughoul +he year. Our new orchesfra is open +o all s+u- denls inferesfed in playing classical or- cheslral music. for enjoymenf and for con- cer'r appearances. j 49 qui PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS AT MONT PLEASANT IS VALUABLE, NOT ONLY BECAUSE OF THE ACTUAL COMPETITION AND THE GOOD TIMES WE HAVE, BUT ALSO BECAUSE OF THE VALUABLE LESSONS IN SPORTSMANSHIP THAT WE LEARN. IN YEARS TO COME PARTICIPANTS IN EVERY SPORT WILL REMEMBER NOT VIC- TORIES AND DEFEATS, BUT THE EXCITEMENT OF THE GAMES, THE LASTING FRIENDSHIPS MADE, AND THE AFTER GAME CELEBRA- TIONS. THE SPECTATORS, AN INTEGRAL PART OF EVERY ATHLETIC EVENT, ALSO SHOW THE SAME GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP AS THOSE WHO PLAY THE GAME. MAJCRETTE The varslly and junior varsify lvlajorelle squads conlrlbufe much color and school Spifif To fool- ball games and parades. They also perlorm in many pep rallles and 'rhe Monl Pleasanl-Noll' Ter- race baslcelball games. JUNIOR VARSITY MAJORETTES Front Row, left to right: Ton? Delzrancescc, Ka'en Hrll, Ar- lene Bianchi, Pai Scheels Frances Dutcher. Second Row: Rosemary V7s:usl Joyce Capsfo Carcl Belbast! Diane O'B"en, Marlehe M6SfVCIG'l VARSITY MAJORETTES Left to Right: Rath Johnson, Pat Cummings, Millie Mereness, Angela DeMarco, Angela DeLavic, Marie Dahl, Eileen Gabso, Rosemarie Monaco, Carolyn Maitrno, Lois Fenzl. Carolyn Mtlclas, Eileen Malls. CHEERLEADERS Q.. .... The Cheerleaders' ap- pearance al Monl Pleasan+'s rnaior sporls evenrs aid in prornoling a closer relalion- ship belween specrarors and comperilors lhrough organ- ized cheering. VARSITY Fronf Row, left io righf: Joyce Bianco lffaptainl, Donna Kauf- rnan. Lauretta Giarnrnattei, Joan llle, Joan Brinkman lCo- Captainl Barbara Ralbcvslcy, JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row, left lo right: Bar- bara Palmer. Diane Bryniarslri. Second Row: Patrica Giagiac- mc, Ccnnie Pieronelc. Third Row: Elizabeth Kellogg, lCap- iainl, Carci Middeltcn lCo- Captainl. Fourih Row: Frances Shaw, Jeanette Holeva. FRFSHMAN FOOTBALL Front Row, left to right: R. Carlin, J. Carnrlee, D. DeAngelus, R. Kenyon, A. Fer'a': L. Cdfetcn, D. Fazzcne. Second Row: W. Kristel, J. Rath, 5. Siverberg D. Gerdng. R. Lettrer D. Pcdbrelslri, D. Peterson. Third Row: M. Sutherland, M. Leng J. Chartcri, T. Tarna. E. Ferraro, P. Vaslro. Fourth Row: T. Ceppda iCoachl, S. Brcclrbank P. Jones, R. Frank, W. Kilian, R. Pag ara N. Reg iCoachl. Fifth Row: C. Pace, J. Bergeron, H. DeVito lManagersl missing from picture: Car' Crow, Rcnald Maleclci, P. Omund- am lcis son, D. Fyvie, V. A . VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row, left to right: F. Vacca F. Bertcli, A. DiCristofaro, V. Gallo. W. Verrf-rl N. Cclernarw: V. Janlrcwslr? J. Green. Second Row: V. Riggi, D. Ptwer. W. Foley R. Marqeez L. Mauro. V. Boudreau, F. Nastars, G. Trctrt, C. Maietta. Third Row: F. Keier, M. Dwyer, W. Mastriani. J. Poirier J. Saxby C. Pantalone, G. Patrick, R. Ogilvie, P. Grande, R. Kort- niclr. Fourth Row: R. Ccter, G. Crcxton, V. Savini, A. lnsogna. V. Griffin, J. Dirnige. L. Pisanc. J. Dellaviia F. Liberator. Fifth Row: A. Parisi, icoachl I. Dutcher, E. Teagle, J. DiSienc, P. Flaclcert, L. Mulvaney icoachl. is ' ri J- ., J' FOOTB LL SCORE Mont Pleasant Opponents 20 Albany .......... 6 13 Newburgh .. 7 41 Kingston .. .. O T4 Troy ....... .. O 21 Nott Terrace ...,.. O T9 White Plains ,,,,,, I2 a 'T' M. COACHES Left to right: Coppola, Mulvaney. Rieg, Parisi. it 'in- Monl Pleasanfis Raiders began iheir ioofball season by bealing Albany l-ligh 20-6. This game proved lo be one of fhe hardesf of The season. We iourneyed nexf +o Newburgh. The red and while again showed ils colors by winning I3-7. On a wel and muddy field, rhe M. P. gridders virlually swamped a bog- ged down Kingsion learn by a 4l-O score. Troy was beaien I4-O as ihe Mul- vaneymen broughi iheir wins +o Tour for lhe season. The fradilional Elecrion Day rivalry befween Noir Terrace and Mon? Pleas- anl saw ihe Raiders winning Zl-O. The Time running game of Pleasanl' seen pre- viously in fhe year gave way +o passing which complelely baffled lhe Blue Devils. Green and Janlcowski scored louchdowns for Monf Pleasanl. While Plains fell fo lhe Raider axe on Thanksgiving Day by a I9-l2 score. Riccardi scored lwo 'rouchdowns and Joe Green one. Vince Gallo made The only conversion. Wilh fhis game Monl Pleasanr slrerched fheir Two year win sfrealc fo I3 games. .., rw . fm' . Us 4 I lf LJ M- QR, YA. 1 'xiii' Vx ' R IM' A ii Winning every evenl in The April 23. Gloversville-Pleasanl' dual meei. and coming oul wifh a final score of 92-l2, ihe lvloni Pleasanf iraclc +earn, wifh a hunk of conhdence underi+s belf, wen+ on io bear Nohl Ter- race 78-26 in The lNprH 29 meefing. May IO, lhe I-lill iraclcmen defealed lhe Albany High squad 66hQ - 38ZQ. and wenl on 'ro falce iirsl place and 'rhe irophy by placing in almosf every evenl' al lhe May l4 Uiica Meer wiih 36lf2 poinls. ln ihe May 28 Beihleham Cenlral Meel, fha Raider +rack ieam led ils foe by 56 poinis for a final score of 80-24. Wilh fhe aid of Paul Scholz scoring double viclories, Monl Pleas- anl finished Hs season by win- ning al Johnslown wi+h a score of 6Olf2 poinls lo wailc off wi+h Class A honors in The Seclion 2 lrack and field championship. Yi-4' if, .ffl -sv R- AIA. ' A -,Li.l Front Row, left to right: G. Faeching, F, Keller, l.. Repecill? J. Sa.aze P, V:oR:q:v P. Schatz. M. Petrclle, R. Vacca, C. Mason J. DCara 1 R, Sabatr. Second Row: J. Clement, T, Nealcn, J. MacDonad J. Mas J, MacDonald. J. Zadorian, B. Potter. V. Tricozzi, C. Snepard R. Boyce, L, Mulvaney, Third Row: R. Vacca lCoachl, J. Messitt R. Marquez. J. MacMartin, V. Gallo, N. Cc a- frafr' D. Valente D. VVGFPEV J. Rawlakanis. J. Mclieone R. Cara. Fourih Row: J. Beardsley. B. Rcenish B. Rowell J. MdCL7G'C D. R.. R. Sed al J, Rcrie' V. Griiir. G. Croxtcn D. West. Fifth Row: F. Srarette J. Taylcr J. Hutchins, R. Card. M. Sdnfi' l. Dean R. Harrington, R, L lvion l Pleasarl 78 92 . 66lf3 . . 3695 way lzourlh . 80 6Ol 5 fiirs+j ezewslci. SCORE Opponenis .. . Noll Terrace .. .. . 26 . .Gloversville A l2 Albany ....... . 38Zf3 , Ulica lvieel ...... Scheneclady .... Sporis Carnival Beihleharn Cen+ral , , 24 .. Seciionals .. TENNIS Front Row, loft to right: J. Sebesta, L. Fenzel, N. Dona- van. Second Row: G. Moore. M. A. Alderdice, Miss Grace Castor lfoaclwl L. Palmer. ln l955, interscholastic compe- tition for girls was again offered at Mont Pleasant. Varsity teams in boflw Hockey and Tennis were formed. Participation in this type of competition permits extensive development of outstanding ability in a specific sport and provides further opportunities for learning good spqgismanslwip. GIRLS' ii. Q .,-A ' ,T A V t t ,l 7' V w f V ,Az . law' -2 .sz g 0 ,V " g I l . 1 ' vb! -N dd' 3 ..-...Ah G ,,. 'qs .x ' W-0 'Qui-.A 'Q it .mb -Y --,--in, ' W' 'wmv y s. 'V' T". TENN S A D HQCKEY E . VARSITY HOCKEY Front Row: Captain G. Moore. Second Row: J. llle, P. Holo day, L. Giammattei, C. Somer felt, A. Rea, E. Zarczylri, J Le Boedf. P. Malls. Third Row Miss Grace Castor lsponsorl B. Ralbovslry, J. Mazur. J Petrucci, P. Shafer, C. Kry- stofilr, B. Zarcycki, S. Lavery. P. Durrwang, E. Egnor. D. Gray, N. Agens, J. Radlift, P. Ossenfort lMenagorl. Q21 i 115 Glens Falls ASKETB LL OPPONENTS Troy Noll Terrace Albany Amslerdam Scorla Solvay Draper Troy Noll Terrace DATE January January January February February February February February February I 3 20 27 3 7 II I4 I7 24 Little Falls Amsterdam Hmmm We opened our baslce'ball seasen by sqaealcing by Glens Fa 's. 56-52. Dlclc Sabaliwi was high scorer wilh 20 poihls. Albany l-lfgh handed lhe raiders lheir lirsl Class A loss, 5I-42. We skidded by Draper, 65-60, in a game which saw us behind lhe Vikings al haI5+Ime, Our second Class A loss was ro Amslerdam, 60-54. Scolia, Springlield lecv. and Glecs Falls bowed lo lhe Rader quf'+e+ 75-64, 54-37 are 46-35 respe:"ve'y. January 7 fee Ray Vacca coacred sqaad secceed L'l'le Pals 48-42, Dcf Sabrcrcwizz coaches fhe iayyees who were wdefealed cs Jemary 7. VARSITY Front Row, left io right: Freeman Keller, Edwh Myer Joseph l-la lerari, John Hlacllk W lam Kiryiri. Second Row: VTctcr Jarikcwsk William Cairn Richard Sabatiril, Brace Kollaih, Gary Trout, Jcl'r1 M au rycy. 117 7 , 'Mr' , A . fr' "wr, 11" -mm The I955 wreslling season was paclced wifh hard wreslling and plenly of lhrills. The learn, lacing a formidable opponenl in fhe Richfield squad, bowed in lheir opener I5-29, and again in March. The Schoharie bouls saw lhe Pleasanf wresllers overwhelm 'rheir opponenls wilh a score of 50-O, and 35-5. In 'rhe nexi malch, facing Darrow Academy, Pleasanl came our on 'rop once again showing a 29-5 win. Pleasanf wen+ lo Saraloga and came home wilh a 22-I4 win, avenging previous defeals. On our home mais fhe Mulvaney coached squad repealed lheir viclory, 22-l5. Noll Terrace came +o a packed Pleasani gym To wreslle The smoolh rolling Pleasanl men who defealed Terrace by a score of 22- I 5, avenging an earlier loss lo Terrace, l2-22. Finishing wilh a 6-3 season, +he leam srepped inlo +he i956 season wilh experience and power, vs, W RESTLING WRESTLING TEAM Front Row, left io righl: Shaffer, Mar- rano. McLeod. Morette, DY9G"tv l-et' tieri, O'Conner, Lawrence, Perks, Jan- kawy, Jankowslci, Second Row: Howe. Flanagan, Grimmer. Mastriani, Craig. Wheeler, Saxby, Monahan, Bradt, Do- bies. Wheatley. Savage. Third Row: Mul- vaney Koachl, Fyvie, Budnays, Vacca. DeCocco, Gallol Rowell, Roenish. Moore. DeCarlo, Maietta, Crow, Paton, Pink. Crow, Colamarino fManagerl. V 1 N.: .iidl 9 .. , Lp H H ,. A f , A ,T c Ii ff' s - s Hefei - F 7' N1 ,,, , L s,,l ,,,i sh: is .b.,-, ,... LLM- ,. . .. .-l. .-. .,:T7d,Jxx Xa -M MAA, M CRGSS COU TRY Alfhouqh lhe cross counlry learn did no? run as well as pre-season work-ouls indicafed il should, lhe Mon+ Ple-asan+ harriers ran sixfh as a 'feam in fhe Procfer Run al Ulica and in The Grou+ Run. They placed ninfh in +he S+. Johns Meef and sevenfh in the N.Y.U. meet bofh in New York Ci+y. Their besi showing was in fhe secfionals where lhey ran second 'lo NQH Terrace's llrsf, and Troy l-lIgh's Jrhird place spot J---1 ,..1. can CQCSS COLNTRY Fronf ROV, lofi fo right: J, Nillzcad T. N 5 Second Row: J. Mes? D. Cacc-::tt J. Ncffetfe M S Third Row: J. 'fi-:'a C1 Q. 'fisz' W. 'cite' J. ZSG Draper High was The TirsT opponenT oT The i955 season Tor The lvlonT PleasanT baseball Team. Coach Tony Parisi, in his TirsT season aT The helm oT The Raiders, goT oTT To a good sTarT by deTeaTing The Vik- ing nine, I3-O. BoasTing one oT The sTrongesT inTields in The ciTy wiTh Ray Monlea aT TirsT, Harry Polomaine aT second, Joe Parillo aT Third, and Eddy Pregers aT shorT, The Raiders squad wenT on To beaT JohnsTown, 3-O. and Troy, I7-3. On May 5, The Team losT a close one To NoTT Terrace, 3-4, buT on May IO, wenT on To beaT JohnsTown, 5-O, and AmsTer- dam, 5-3 on May I2. The Hill nine, on May I4, wiTh Mickey Ferraro piTching, broughT The seasons rec- ord up To 6 wins I loss by deTeaTing Glens Falls 4-O. Having deTeaTed Troy I2-O, Draper I4- 5 and Terrace, who had beaTen MonT PleasanT earlier in The season, 7-O, The Raiders IosT To Albany O-l. and AmsTer- dam I-5 ending The season in a Three way, Tie wiTh MonT PleasanT, NoTT Terrace, and AmsTerdam sharing The Class A TiTIe. BASEBALL TEAM Front Row. left to right: C. DiVietro, H. Polamine, E. Meyer, R. Monlea, J. Parillo, C, Griesmer. Sec- ond Row: J. Hladik, A. DiCrisToTaro, R. Ogilvie, M. Ferraro. C. Rielly. Third Row: Mr. Anthony Parisi lCoachl G. Garbowski. R, Cepullo, L. Jordan. Missing 'from picfure: E. Breitenstein, L. Mauro, G. Trout, E. Vacca. Ni X NX HP The MonT PleasanT Tennis Team, coached by John Greg- ory, opened iTs season againsT Hudson April 28, wiTh a 7-O vicTory. On May 3 The neTTers meT ScoTia, deTeaTing Them 7- O, and wenT on To beaT Albany Academy on May 6, 5-2. The highlighT oT The season was May IO, when The Hill Team won all five singles maTches Trom NoTT Terrace To hand her TirsT Tennis deTeaT in eighT years by a score oT 5-2. The Hill Team, capTained by Dave Dwyer, conTinued on iTs vicTorious paTh by beaTing Glens Falls, 5-2, Hudson, 7-O, Albany Academy. 4-3, ScoTia, 7-O, and in The second Terrace maTch, PleasanT came Through wiTh a 4-3 vicTory by winning boTh doubles aTTer Trailing 3-2 in The singles. BA EBALL iq' As' ,js I s. TENNIS TEAM Fran! Row John Ren cl: Second Row Robert Wyle John Chan el Thrrd Row Ronald Cohen S en Roos Id Bruce Law on Dave D yer Peter Houl han John Gregory Coach A blaclc marlc agaunsT Them was May I4 when They losT To OneonTa 3 4 On June I The Rauder Team swepT Troy 70 N Q 51 and on June 3 Tued wlTh Glen Falls Tor TlrsT place In The Class A secTuonaIs To compIeTe one years TENNIS NW... af' The Ralder goITers Sng MaIcoTsIcn coach came up wnTh anoTher undeTeaTed season In doing so They produced double vucToraes over Albany Academy AmsTer dam l.a Salle Albany I-Ilgh and NOTT Terrace AgannsT NOTT Terrace PIeasanT played To a 7' 2 7' 2 Tue In The TlrsT meeTsng In The second meehng however The Raider goITman rolled over Terrace Ill 2 3lf2 as ArT I-Iemker Duck Osborne and John Ivlaurycy shared medaIlsTs honors wnTh 75 s In The secTuonals aT The AmsTerdam Mumcupal GOIT Course PIeasanT waTh The score oT 3I8 emerged as The vncTor John Maurycy wnTh a 77 copped The medaIrsT honors The Hull goITers clnmaxed The season aT The Ednson Club wnnmng The STaTe Champuonshup Tor The second year an a row As an anTlcIumax ArT I-Iemlcer and John Ivlaurycy shared Thlrd place In The evenT GOLF TEAM Front Row left To rlgt Joseph Mnchon Manager Richard Osborne John Hames Arthur I-Iemlcer John Maurycy Wnlluam I-Ialnes Sugmund Malrofsln Icmhy 121 t l . W r: L V I , 6 l, 5-I-I . . . I ,. A aft" I ,I f' "5 oT The besT seasons in nine -. M . -f at X . A, 'T 'Z' , b, 1 4 K is Y- x 7 S , Q4 , 7 Q. 7 its ll . V, N l I N a. If N ' an l Q I I V 7 K- K n . u n . . 7 I I 7 1 n j- I , ' hc I ' I I. V-xy: ...., " ' 18 AIX YT7 AP' -,,..-f ATHLETIC COUNCIL Pleagam owes Hs exisfence in parf +o +l'ae ATHLETIC COUNCH- MOM Pleasani' AHWIEHC COUNCIL Smdem Sitting, left to right Nancy Agens, Susan Glowackil Cafdyrw MQMCF' T: 'fi Ziff 'life "6" "MQ 'C V5 1 fi. Kneeling: Q Q ,V "W J 'Y' Sta ff, Dat S Fed: AM Q -'5 ' Pfjfaf' Vead S"0, -avex 'XJ "wr K"f fn, Sianding: ,J flu? Qmm ,nr ,':. mmf, CZ 'S fAdvisorl, W' 1" " fe 31 if - A4 L-14.wi'C1 iw 'FAI' , Mfr' 2" JLM 6 ' fs- ffidvisorsl. W: kemznzscv A ffS 953 OUR PAST THREE YEARS HAVE BEEN FILLED WITH EXPERIENCES WHICH WILL COLOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES. REGARDLESS OF OUR SEPARATE FUTURES, WE WILL ALWAYS BE TOGETHER IN OUR MEMORIES-MEMORIES OF OUR CLASSES AND TEACHERS, THE SPIRITED PEP RALLIES AND GAMES, THE CLUBS AND DANCES-IN GENERAL, MEMORIES OF MONT PLEASANT HIGH SCHOOL LIFE. 956 WSWS. I2'I 'S J Hail, Raiders! Heap Big Chief PEP RALLY "Whatcha say, Coach?" WW li, 1' -x I 5 ! f A What are they Vooiung ef? We dvd, too 1 U33 Time on our hands Once, rn the Fa!! 123 1 Joyce Magulre Younger +han Sprung hme We danced +0 We mu sac of Paul Nd under pwnlc canopy af our Jun o Prom Held May Pajrrwcwa Mwddleron pre vrous Junnor Prom Queen crowned May Queen Nanry Age-ns Haul, Queen Nancy W A x tel' xxn VN- an X 'XX-ff WN an., The Queen and her Couri JLI ICR PROM +..,. ...w-, 'N :X I V N ,pk 'Q X ' 4 Front Row left to rlght Patrncua Helo day Joyce Blanco Nancy Agens Queen Lauretta Guammatteu Ann Rel yea Second Row Peternella Gaughan Angela DeMarco Ruth Johnson Patrucua Mrddleton Jumor Queen 1954 Carolyn Maotmo Patrlcna Bates Joan Brrnlcman Insert Joyce Magurre Y? Y A T7 ', fl A 'I' f F . Q1 S I6 Xf' Y 4: I X 26 X X 1 V vw' A N " ' J .. T' ' ' 'w' gr V r air , A A - - 4 xh Y Q s' "A lx 4- 'Y' M' . ' 1 'V ' .4 A .rl A 4' U I, y ' y A J ,V . . 1-' 2 f " 1 V . .' ry l , Y ' Y , T ,, 0 'A e 'V In xy 9 J ' I I ' g mx Al X xx 7-K Y 1 4, V lf .,,. , Iv' A x xt . XS r ji' tr- s x P, . ' wr 'V ' I .LL ' I k'fr'.4 . X1 ' J K 5 8 'SY' , F V f J A A 7, I ,s Y 4 .V . I , A I N' ' , N ' y K 'A' V SI V I Y f. Qs 'A J - '- f JK 11- A fur 1 J If-5 Q S. 1 -' Q 'f ,ft 'Q 'V . . Q ' 2.1 ' 'ff r .' y s .A Fg' - , . 'QQ'-as y ,. Y' - sr , H " I w ' :Q f J ' 4- ' '37 . : ' I ' L f J ' - . ,,-. ,,,., . , X .H 1 ,',"f 2. r 5 , JA .. . Fi -if zf' ' c . n ' Yygf- ' ' J 'W 4' fs-1 if ' -I 1 6 j,. 1 v Ak- Q' . , . . U , J Q I r ' .. . 1 U 4 , , ,,. KW fi x Q X 1 k lx, li H J . ,,, X Us Sparkin' " piest Boy in School A . ' "'T'T' 1 I JW.-....N 127 SENIORS' CHOICE Y ,,.. S Best Dressed Davy Grecc Danilme Sajta Best Athlete Most Popular Vflcent Ge lf Pnqela Delvlafie fvwtlwny Dffsfclarg if 5'2- Y I' S i v' ' XA 'k-Q ' ii? Did Most for the School Pl' DeCcfcf, Mark: Dahl ' e ff l e L M I!! e L j f - g 3 f , 1' ,ve-.K rvx 21" Most Likely io Succeed ew Rccs7Wd, Nancy Agens Most Humorous Saw! Scolarwero Best Dancers efta Gammattef, Robert SeUwe Most Talenfed, Best Looking Joyce Maqure, Base Lawton 'VI Q H31 Ever a helping hand I? Brute strength em, x if we Q if eff JM yi .V frfl,4'Hia' 'Q R .xg ff "Catch!" run ww Portra it's even puzzled Smile pretty Nuitin' for Christmas gags'-F" MSB hlf 'CTTF Ring around a rosy 130 We Apprcczafc COM PLI MENTS OF YY AYTHO S SEXY ICE STATIONT 1170 Chrysler -'henue I I I I lwl I I I I I I I I I II I I I I1nllllllllvllllllllllllllllllI I I-I I.l I I I I I I I I I CONIIPLINIENTS CONGR-XTLLATIONS DELEGbE FLNERAL HOME 'O Congress Street Phone DI 6 '3569 CRISTELLOS Phone DI 69409 PIZZA SPAGHETTI JOS NUSBAUM INC 1409 SIXTH -XX EINLE LOMPI IMENTS OF A FRIEND " DELL SANOS 439 STATE STREET FR 4 3367 + L , ., , OF V " ' l ...., 5 Q T FT Q V ATTV3 A af 3 V 1 K 1 Q k 5 Y lllIIlI'IlIl'l'll'll"l'llllllll',llllllll'llIlllllIlI'llIllIlIlllll'llll'lllIlIIllIl Looking ahead wifh General Elecfric How do you measure up in leadership qualities? A young man who can lead has 11111-11 a 1 S but hle pro puts, were never better I 1 men I1 l1II top IJIOLKSSIOIIAI and llldlld :mf nt on I1lI Ns with L1 sp111aI aInI1tx to uurlr sull 11nh11th1-rp11,plf 1 1 L IU no A lllltld I-lee we re 11 nwmntly on the Imkout fm tI11m PLANT COMMUNITY RELAT IO Ten lrull'S we look fOr, above add up to a prettv good 1n1I11 dllllll of IJUIQIIIIJI suncess ln IIUSIIICSS Not everyone Im th1m all to .1 t1 p I1 111 but the ba-,le charaeterlstlcs are .xlssdp 111 1nt and Lan be dueluped ln the men me plelx to help lead I em ral ILI1 1 tru We hope you Lan rate xourself vers hxhh un the Ilst and hnd ll helpful NS 8 COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL ELECTRIC 1 f if ,N ' I 1 , J ' ,. W - ff' . S . .5511 ,, .4 , . f Q .'N Y! . XXI 1 4 h C ' 'Ur IILUI ' mul ' , J 1'lILlll4'I7 ui .'u1:1r1'fs, " s 1' ' '- - - f -' ' ' , '. . ,. . ' .' , than nms. 'lIllI'I'l'I5 a str-u1liIvgr1m'i11g clemund in industrv h I H- . . . H' ' I ' ' ' "1'- 2 I'... 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'8 Students Directory HACKERT PAUL Academic CI bs G rman 10 11 12 unior Red Coss 10 11 JV Bas a 1 12 Cross Country 10 JV Football 11 Varsity r 12 Track 10 HALLORAN JOSEPH Academic Student Board 10 Basketball 10 11 12 HALTERMAN DOUGLAS Ind Arts HART DONALD Academic Clubs Chess 10 Sk 11 Band 11 12 HEIDER GLENN Co op Retailing Junior Red Cross 10 11 12 Advisory Committee 12 Yearbook Advertising HENNEL DONALD Tech Mechanical Clubs Engineering oorphy 0 rmens 12 r book Photography HENRY BRUCE Academic Clubs Chess nc ai roa :nce eminar S I' e rew 12 Jun Prom Committee HEPNER WALTER Indus Cooperative Sportsmens Club 10 11 12 JV Baseball 10 HERTZMAN MARVIN Academic Clubs French 12 Junior Red Cross 10 11 12 HLADIK JOHN Academic Bowling 10 Var sity Baseball 11 12 Varsity Basketball 11 12 HOLODAY RICIA A ademc Clubs G 1111 12 L in 10 11 usic 10 i i See mn r , 11 12 Executive Committee 10 11 12 Watchtower Repre se atnve 10 11 12 Cheerleader 10 11 Junior Prom om mvttee and Court Grls Sports 10 11 12 HORINKA JO ANN Academic Clubs Art 12 Health Guidance 10 Latin 12 Secretary 11 Watchtower Statl 11 12 Yearbook Art 12 HORSTMYER MARY ANN Commercial Commercial Club 12 Yearbook Senior Section Girls Sports 10 HORWEDEL DAVID General HOUSEMAN LEIGH Academic HOW LAND ROBERT Tech Electrical Clubs Engineering 10 11 HUFFMIRE HILLARY Academic Clubs Latn 10 Otticals 10 Ski 10 11 12 Watchtower Representatlve10 11 12 Ot tice Worker 10 11 12 Yearbook Senior Section Junior Prom Committee Girls Sports 10 11 ILLE JOAN Academc Clubs F nch 11 Te 12 G If i 12 Symphonic Singers iclals 10 12 Cheerea er 12 a 11 Junior Prom Hostess 10 Junior Prom Committee earbook Senior Section Co ch G ls Sports 10 11 JACKSON FRED Academic JV Track 10 JV Wrestling 10 11 Varsity 12 JAMES FREDERICK Industrial Arts u s Chess 12 usic 12 Sym nic ers JANKOWSKI VICTOR Academic Basketball 10 11 12 Football 10 11 12 JOHNSON ROBERT Tech Electrical s Chess 11 12 Eng neering 10 11 Junior Red ross ic ence eminar 11 12 Band Officer 11 12 JOHNSON RUTH Academrc s At 11 nc s S 12 Wat ower att 12 vsory Comm ttee 12 Jun cr Prom Comm ttee and C urt orettes 11 12 G rts KALINOWSKI MARION Ccmmerc al KAROLAK SYLVIA Commerc al G rls Sports 10 KASPER WILLIAM Aca dem c KAUFMAN DONNA Commercral C bs Mop es 10 i e res c a s 12 C er leader 10 11 12 Girls Sports 10 11 12 KEHOE CA OL Co op Retailing Students Store Club 11 12 Watchtower Statt12 KELLER FREEMAN General Watchtower Repre ative 10 11 al F 12Track10 11 12 KELLY NANCY Commercial KIETLINSKI CARL Coop Retaling KIMBLE FRANCES Commercial Otlice Worker 12 Girls Sports 10 11 KINDT HARRY General KISLOWSKI JAMES-General Sk Club 10 Base ball 10 KLEIN DOROTHY Commercial Clubs Commerc al German 11 S c 12 Music IO Officials 10 Execuive ommittee 10 11 12 Advisory Council 12 Watchtower Reporter 10 11 12 Yearbook Sen or Section and Typist Girls Sports 10 KLONOSKI CLAUDIA Commercial Ottice Worker 12 Grls Sports 10 11 KLUDAS FREDERICK Academic KLUDAS JOAN Academic Clubs German i ses i 12 Girls Spors 10 11 12 KNOWLSON GEORGE Tech Mechanical u s Engineering IO 11 o el Arplane 10 KOCH RICHARD Industrial Co op Golden Splke Shoe 10 Cross Country 10 KOLAKOWSKI PAUL Tech Electri bs ngineerinq10 1 a oad 12 At e Council 11 12 Yearbook Photography KOLLATH BRUCE Academic K Club 10 11 12 Executive Committee 10 11 12 Basketball 10 Varsity 11 12 KORFF NOR T Coop Retailing KRISTEL BRADLEY Commercial School 1 aeeria Worker 10 o a O 12 Tennis 10 Wrestling 10 11 KRUMAL HE Cmmercial Girls Sports 10 11 12 KRYSTOFIK CYN THIA Academic Cl bs Current Events 11 F nch11 12 Watchtower Reporter 10 News Editor 11 12 Junior Prom KUHN SYLVIA Commercial Clubs Commercial 12 erman 11 usic Spors 12 KV WARREN Tch Mechanical Clubs Engineering 10 11 rtsmen s 1 2 Wrest in 1 KWIATKOSKE ROBERT General LA FRANCE KIRT General Watchtower Representative 10 12 Cat teria Worker 11 12 LANE CAR General LANIEWSKI ANTHONY Co op Retailing LAWRENCE LOIS Co op Retailing LAWRENCE NORMA Commercial ommercial Cl b 11 Executive Committee 10 11 12 Junior Prom Hostess Girls Sports 10 LAWTON BRUCE Tech Electrical Key Club 10 11 12 Advfsory Council 12 Junior Prom Comm V rsity Tennis 10 11 12 LAZZARO RAYMOND Tech Electrical Egineering Club 10 11 LEACH HOWARD c Electrical Clubs Chess 11 En ineerin iroad 11 tdent Board 10 11 12 Athlet C cl 12 Coss Country 10 T ck 10 11 LE BOEUF J AN Academic Fr nCI'! Club 11 12 Watchtower Statt 12 Grls Sports 10 11 12 LESSNER RONALD Academc s Egneerinq 10 H Y R 10 JV Baske a 10 11 LEWIS JOHN Acadennc LEZZI JOSEPH Ge eral LIBERATORE FRANCIS--Tech Mech F o ball 11 2 LITTLE MARY JANE C rnrnecal Clubs Musc 12 P raphy12 Nurses Ad 10 s o s LUCIER JACQUELINE Ccmmerc al J nor Red Ccss 10 Yearbook Advertsnq LUNDEN JACK Tech Electrca u s E qneernq 11 H Y 11 12 Sportsme 12 Varsity Baseball 11 13 , o 1 - ' - u 2 e , , 5 , , 5 ' ' , , , , R - J ' r , , 125 Ski 105 . . eb ll 1 , Var- - . " ' , 5 Sifv 2 5 . . , ' Mg. , , - - - I A . - '- sent ' , , 125 Basketb I 10, 11, 125 ootball 10, 11. - - - . - ' - I 1 - - . i' . . - ' -- 11, 125 German 10, 11, 125 Music 11, 125 I 5 Mgr. ' 5 ' ' , . , - . . . - - . M - ' - , - i , - . . 5 ' ' 5 'A , , , - ' - 1 1 1 - . 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