Montour High School - Mirror Yearbook (Moon Run, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1957 volume:
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Montour Joint High School
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MR. DAVID WILLIAMS
Although this is Mr. Williams' first year
at Montour as supervising principal, he has
done much to help the students and has
proved his ability in handling all matters. He
is well liked by everyone for he takes a spe-
cial interest in all their problems and works
with them as his own.
Mr. Williams received his B.A. from West-
minister and his M.Ecl. from the University of
Before coming to Montour as supervising
principal, he taught previously at Stowe
Township and was the supervising principal
of Kennedy Township Schools. He has taught
history, economic government, and sociology.
Along with working young people, Mr.
Williams enjoys reading biographies and his-
tory. He views education as a necessary step-
ping stone to a successful future.
Mr. McCullough has been at Robinson for
many years. He has held the position of su-
pervising principal since l95l. Since the
jointure, Mr. McCullough has assumed the
position of associate supervising principal
and has been doing a splendid iob working
with Mr. Williams. Mr. McCullough received
his Masters' Degree from Duquesne Univer-
sity. Before becoming supervising principal,
Mr. McCullough taught and coached at Rob-
During this time, Mr. McCullough has
come to understand students and has shown
every consideration to the student body. He
is popular with both the student body and
We the class of '57 wish to express our
gratitude for his fine co-operation and we
hope that our friendship will be a lasting one.
We will endeavor to be fine students and citi-
zens of tomorrow.
MR. RAYMOND I.. McCUI.LOUGl'l
Associate Supervising Principal
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Montour-Joint School Board
Along with the iointure, a new and enlarged
school board has been formed. The new school
board now consists of eleven members. The new
school board has introduced many progressive
ideas. Through this joint-school board, we now
can look 'Forward to an advancement of our educa-
The newly elected president of the board, Mr.
Ralph J. Flesher, Jr., has done an excellent job in
all his duties and deserves a fine round of applause
for all his help in making ours an improved school.
Working with Mr. Flesher are the new officers:
Mr. Frank E. Karns, Vice President, Mr. Charles R.
Puhlman, Secretary, and Mr. Evan Andrews, Treas-
urer. The iointure of the two schools has given
these men an opportunity to show their ability.
They have set a high goal, and we are sure that
they will work diligently to fulfill their aims.
The improvement of the physical conditions of
the present school property, as well as the plans for
the construction of the new school buildings, are
the two primary aims of the board. There have
been a number of new additions to all the schools
including new facilities for a cafeteria in the Grove-
ton school, and improvement of lighting in the sen-
ior high school.
The new building is now in the final stages of
planning, and the work on it should begin in the
latter part of T957 or the beginning months of
1958. It has been reported that the building
should be completed by 1959. The building is go-
ing to be one of the best in the district with many
exciting moclern facilities.
The ioint school board has been working with
the hope of achieving a school with the finest pro-
gram of education that can be had. They have
been striving to make our school one which we
can be proud to have been associated. May these
men continue in their eftorts to promote high stand-
ards in our school system.
With the aid of this new school board, we the
Class of '57 predict a bright and promising future
Mr. David Williams
Mr. Raymond McCullough
Associate Supervising Principal
Mr. Williams has proven his ability in hand-
ling his job in his first year here at Montour as
Supervising Principal. He is the Executive Offi-
cer of the Joint Board of Education and his main
purpose is in dealing with faculty and financial
Mr. Williams has become a friend to every-
one. He has welcomed us into his office when
we have a serious problem. Your problem is his
problem until he can find an answer. He has
given us help, advice and encouragement.
May he continually use his thoughtful ways
and help the future seniors as he has helped.us.
Many wishes go to our new Supervising
"Congratulations to you, the class of 1957.
You have this year completed an important
phase of your life-the successful completion of
your high school education. May you be true to
high principles of living and serve your fellow
man in ways that will make your community
better because of your having passed this way."
As Associate Supervising Principal, Mr.
McCullough has undertaken a new iob. Mr.
McCullough acting as administration head deals
with maintenance and school supply and over-
sees the school cafeteria.
Mr. McCullough has proven his ability in
handling his iob. He is a man well liked by all
the student body and faculty. A man we all
can look up to is Mr. McCullough, without his
help we could not have advanced as we have.
We have appreciated his kindness, guidance,
and untiring help in all of our projects.
We, the class of '57, will not forget a man
such as Mr. McCullough easily. We wish a bright
and prosperous career for our Associate Super-
"As a graduate it is your privilege and a
high one indeed, to help instill in the youth of
today the faith in God, home and country, the
habit of healthful and worthwhile livingg and
the ideals of righteous with which to meet and
conquer the forces of evil and sin."
Who is the principal of Montour Joint High
School? Mr. Harold R. Phelps bears that title,
but not only is he our principal, but our friend,
guider, and helpful instructor.
Mr. Phelps received his B.A. Degree from
Bethany College in West Virginia and his Mas-
ter of Education from the University of Pitts-
burgh. Mr. Phelps has taught in various schools,
the latest of which was in the Stowe Township
Mr. Phelps is a man we know as our friend,
the man who has encouraged us and helped us
in our last year at Montour High School.
"To the Class of 1957 l express my sincere
congratulations upon the completion of your
high school careers. l wish for each member of
the graduating class continued success and hap-
piness. Our prayer is that you will do your best
in all that you undertake. Hard work and per-
severance will pay rich dividends in all that you
undertake. May your lives be full of rich and
Mr. Harold Phelps
Mr. Kearns was born in Carnegie and is
now residing in Crafton, Pa. He attended Du-
quesne University where he received his Bachelor
of Education degree and his Master of Education
Since the iointure, Mr. Kearns holds the
office of vice-principal and also directs the guid-
ance program. Principal Phelps refers to Mr.
Kearns as "my right hand and my left." Mr.
Kearns is equally popular as an administrator
and a counselor. Seniors will always remem-
ber his helping hand.
"An education should take man far along
the road of the intellect. The requirements of a
liberal education should be receptiveness to new
ideas, freedom from prejudice, an ability to dis-
tinguish btween reality and appearance, and a
skepticism of what some critic has called "all
patent medicines of the mind." As one who
knows you well, my fervent wish is that you have
gained such an education combined with a love
of God, your country, and your fellow men."
Mr. William Kearns
Having been secretary to the supervising
principal for the last ten years Gloria Papst
again returns to till her spot in our annual
She has many important duties which she
handles with ease and control With her eager
ness to help and her thoughtfulness toward both
the student body and faculty she has proven
a great asset to our school
We thank you for your help
Hearty congratulations to the cla s of l957
To each and everyone of you My sincerest
wishes for a successful and happy future
Lois Cercone became the school secretary
after graduating from Robinson High School
She has been a helping hand to all for the past
Lois left us this year to go into a new career
and has since been replaced by Ann Justice But
we will continue to remember her thoughtful
ways her affability and her service to our
Best of happiness in all your future years
May all your troubles be small ones
After graduating from Robinson High School
in 1939 Barbara McGill attended Business Tram
ing College Upon completion of her college
studies she has been employed at various sec
retarial positions including Civil Service This
year she has been a great and to our school
From the Class of 57 many thanks go to
Barbara whcse help was greatly appreciated
and held in high esteem
Remember and live the Golden Rule
l.o Cerccne Barbara MCG ll
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THOMAS A, BARRETT
Mr. Barrett was born in Pitts-
burgh and attended St. James
High School. He has received his
B.A. cnd M.A. degrees. Mr. Bar-
rett teaches algebra, geometry,
Latin, and trigonometry.
MARY JANE BECK
Mrs. Beck, our school librarian,
was born in Pittsburgh and at-
tended Langley High School. She
received her B.A. degree from Ad-
rian College. Her hobby is read-
Born in Midland and attended
Monaco High School. She received
her B.A. degree at Mt. Mercy. She
teaches practical math, algebra,
and chemistry, She enioys sewing
THOMAS J. BIRKO
Graduated from Coraopolis
High School. He received his B.S.
degree at Indiana University and,
in 1955, received his M.E. degree
from the University of Pittsburgh.
He now teaches driver education
here at Montour.
Hails from Smithfield, Pennsyl-
vania and graduated from West
Newton High School. He received
his B.E. at State Teachers College,
California, Pennsylvania, and also
received his M.E, from the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh. He now teaches
mathematics and geography here
Mrs. Cummins, our new Home
Economics teacher, attended Home-
stead High School and received
her B.S. in Home Economics at
Pennsylvania State University.
Mrs. Cummins enioys bowling and
football games in her spare time.
FRANCIS V. KOSMACKI
Born in Hughesville, Pennsyl-
vania where she attended high
school. She received her B.S, de-
gree at Westminster College. Miss
Eddy teaches vocal music. She en
ioys collecting records.
A graduate of St. Basils High
School in Pittsburgh, Mr. Kosmacki
received his B.S. and M.E. degrees
from Duquesne University. He
teaches English, literature, and
DOLORES M. FRESA
Mrs. Fresa attended New Castle
High School in Pittsburgh. She re-
ceived her B.S. degree at Pennsyl-
vania State University. For the
past four years, she has taught
art in the iunior-senior high school.
A native Pittsburgher, he ate
tended Schenley High School. Mr.
lei? received his B.S. and M.Ed. de-
grees at the University of Pitts-
burgh. He has taught commercial
subiects for the past eight years ot
PAUL H, MAZEROV
A native Pittsburgher in his
second year here at Montour. He
is a graduate of Taylor Allderdice
High School and received his B.S.
degree at the University of Pitts-
Miss Kerr received her B,A. de
gree in English at the College of
Wooster in Ohio. She has had a
previous year of teaching in At-
lanta, Georgia. This year she is
teaching high school English here
at Montour. She enjoys traveling,
music, and attending classes at
VIRGINIA M. MORROW
Hails from Pittsburgh and at-
tended B. D. Oliver High School.
Mrs. Morrow received her B.S. de-
gree at Slippery Rock. She teaches
physical education. She enioys
reading and sewing in her spore
Graduated from Findley Town-
ship Vocational High School and
received his B.E. degree from
Pennsylvania State University. He
teaches agriculture and general
science. He enioys fishing and
hunting in his spare time.
DAVID E. McROBERTS
Hails from Pittsburgh where
he attended Mt. Lebanon High
School. Mr, McRoberts received
his B.E. degree at California State
Teachers College. At Montour he
teaches industrial arts and social
A graduate of Robinson, she
returned to her Alma Mater eleven
years ago and has taught English
since then. She received her B.S.
degree at Slippery Rock College.
JOSEPH C. PICCHI
EDWARD J. SYNOWKA
Mr. Synowko was born in
McKees Rocks. He graduated from
Fredonia High School and received
his B.S. degree from Duquesne
University and his M. E. degree
from the University of Piltsburgh,
He now teaches geography and
general science here at Montour.
PAUL K. WALK
Attended the University of
Pittsburgh where he received his
A.B. in Education and where he is
now working toward his Ph.D. in
Psychology, He teaches social
studies here at Montour. He en-
joys golf, bridge, and fiction writ-
WILLIAM C. PETREDIS
Mr. Petredis was born in Etna
and now resides in Robinson Town-
ship. He received his B.S. degree
from Bucknell University and his
Master of Education degree from
the University of Pittsburgh. He
enjoys golf in his spare time.
Mrs. Obley graduated from
Westminster College where she re-
ceived her Bachelor of Business
Administration degree. She was
the President of the Business Hon-
orary and the Rhogamma. She
teaches shorthand and typing at
A former Robinson student, Mr
Phillips returned to his Alma Ma-
ter to teach physical education and
health, He received his B.S. de-
gree at Slippery Rock College and
his M.E, at Pitt. In his spare time
he enjoys golfing and reading.
A native Pittsburgher who at
tended Schenley High School. He
attended both Duquesne University
and Carnegie Institute of Technol-
ogy. He holds a bachelor's and a
master's degree in music. He now
teaches music here at Montour.
ANTHONY W. RUSSO
Went to Waynesburg High
School. At Carthage College, he
received his B.S. degree. Mr. Russo
teaches biology and physical edu-
cation. He enjoys photography in
his spare time.
JEREMIAH B. SULLIVAN
For-'ner student at St. Vincent
Prep of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He
received his B.S. degree at Du'
quesne University. He now teaches
literature and spelling at Montour.
Everyone attending the Senior
Christmas Party received a small
gift from Santa Claus. The gifts
depicted some characteristic point
in the personality of the receiver.
Here, Mr. Barrett has iust been
The two coaches, Mr. Russo and
Mr. Phillips, may seem a bit wor-
ried, but the look soon changed
when the team came through with
All the teachers seemed to have
had cz good time at the Junior-
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Driver Education instructor, M'
Thomas Birlco, gives two stu-
dents advice on how ta handle a
car. Montour received a new can
this year from the Holland Chev-
rolet in Carnegie, Pa
The teachers all seem to be
having a good time at the Senior
Christmas Party, Pictured are Mr.
Sidney Lett, Miss Gertrude Burik,
Mrs. Dorothy Cummins, Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Petredis, and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Walk
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The Class Cf Nineteen Fifty-Seven
William C. Pelredis Marilyn Obley
We the Class of '57 wish Io Ihanlc you,
Mr. Perredis and Mrs, Obley, far the po-
tient guidance and symputhefic under!
slanding that you have shown ID our
class in our senior year at Montour. Our
iernernbrances of Monfour will alwaya
include bolli of you,
Fifty - Seven
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The senior boys of the T957
class have organized a social or-
ganization called "The Crowns.
The club meets once a week, and
the boys get together for a little
lun. Othcers include Jerry Roger,
Presidentp Wayne Roycroft, Vice
Presidenty and James Dawson Sec-
retary-Treasurer The boys have
received much enjoyment f om this
lst Row: J. lckes, R Wasillxo, l.
'Znd Row: E, Hyielc, L King, W.
Roycroft, J Dawson, R Douglas,
Experiments in chemistry some
times prove to be unsuccessful, but
this was one day when everything
turned out satisfactorily. The sen'
iors have had many exciting and
interesting days which all odd up
to u more complete knowledge of
chemistry. Many of the students
have found that chemistry has
given them on understanding of
the world they live in, by famil-
iarizing them with the advanced
ideas of the twentieth century.
Doreen Padglek Raymond Wasnlko
BernlCe DeZUlOVICl't Jerry Rogers
Kathleen Razpotnlk Audrey Nieman
Helen Lentner ames Dawson
Barbara Petrie Margaret Harbuson
Class Vuce Presldent
t Council Presndent
Raymond Wasllko Frank Vletmeler
Frank Vletmeuer Robert Dougla
Robert Douglas Raymond Wasllko
Student Councll Recording Secretary
Student Council Corresponding Secretary
Key Club President
Key Club Lneutenant Governor of Dnvusuon A
Tr HI Y President
Tr Hn Y Secretary
F H A Vlce Presldent
F H A Treasurer
F H A Hnstorlan
F F A Vlce Presldent
F F A Secretary
F F A Sentinel
F T A President
F T A Vlce President
F T A Treasurer
Varsity M Presudent
Varsity M Secretary
Montour Monntor Editor
Montour Monutor Co Edutor
Cheerleader Co Captain
Band Vlce President
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Class Page For The Class Ct '57
Class Colors Class Flower
Pink and Black Carnation
On the hills of Allegheny, When the evening twilight gathers,
'neath the western sky, And the shadows fall,
Proudly stands our dear old high school, Linger long the golden sunbeams,
On the hilltop high. On the western wall.
Flag we love, black and gold, Flag we love, black and gold,
Wave aloft for aye, Wave aloft for aye,
May we all be leal and loyal, May we all be leal and loyal,
To thy memory. To thy memory.
What we are is God's gift to us, what we become is our gift to God.
Problems of Democracy
In this class we learn about the problems
facing America and try to End some explana-
tion to the world situations and occurrences
that are happening in our modern world.
learning the fundamental routines of
the business world go into the typing class
where omce routine, practice, and transcrip-
tion are mastered.
Enables us to appreciate and understand
different types of literature while it stresses
a needed vocabulary. Preparing us for col-
lege is its most important purpose.
While taking this course, these boys are
preparing themselves for a higher level of
study. The course contains both trigonometry
and solid geometry.
Gym class is not only cz class, but o
pleasure to these girls. While enioying them-
selves, they are also building healthier minds
These fifty minutes give the seniors time
to do any unfinished homework and pre-
pares them for the studies of the next day.
This needed period breaks up the schedule
and allows time for extra school learning,
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Raymond Wasilko Doreen Padglelc
The difference between failure and success is doing
a thing nearly right and doing it exactly right.
-Edward C. Simmons
Robert Douglas Barbara Petrie
Wit consists in assembling, and putting together
with quickness, ideas in which can be found resem-
blance and congruity, by which to make up pleas-
ant pictures and agreeable visions in the fancy.
BEST DRESSED BEST DANCERS QUIETEST
Joseph Barlow James lckes Joseph Yurkovic
Kathleen Razpotnik Loretta Nesbitt Ruth Hill
Always neat-never fastidious. Clothes Gracefulness has been defined to be the Stillness of person and steadiness of fea-
are an important asset ta anyone's per- expression of the inward harmony of the tures are signal marks of good breeding.
sonality. soul,-Hazlitt -Pascal
Talenl IS the capacity of doing anyihing
that depends on application and indusfry.
True popularity is not the popularity
which is followed after, but the popu-
larity which follows after.
He en lelfner
O popular applause' What heart of man is proof
against rhy sweef seductive charms' Cowper
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The tension built up as the
king and queen for the evening
are chosen. Here the guests focus
their attention on Darlene Burton
and Ed Hyiek as they are crowned
king and queen for the evening.
lst Row: J. Krally, R, McCormick,
M. Harbison, B. Petrie, H. Leit-
ner, Mr. Petredis, J. Augustine,
D. Padglek, Mrs. Obley, B. Dezu-
lavich, N, Butya.
2nd Row: W. Busse, J, Rogers, R.
Victorelli, J. Cercone, R. Wil-
liams, E. Hyiek, J, Bogats, L.
Farkas, D. Burton,
The Senior Prom was held on March 2, T957
at the Montour High School Gym. The gym was
decorated in the theme of "Oriental Gardens"
which was carried out in colors of red, blue, yellow,
orange, and green. Lanterns and fans adorned
the gym to give it an oriental effect. The music of
"The Stardusters" floated throughout the gym and
hall with a rhythmical tempo.
The climax of the evening came with the
crowning of the king and queen of the Prom. Sen-
ior girls were given fans while the senior boys were
given hats with numbers on them. The names
were chosen at random by one of the guests. Dar-
lene Burton and Edward Hyiek were chosen king
Entertainment for the evening included a
quartet of boys from the senior class singing "Mari-
anne" Ruth McCormick also sang "Round and
Round," backed by the quartet.
From the comments of all those who attended,
the Senior Prom is one which will long be remem-
bered as an enjoyable and entertaining evening.
The gym was decorated with
bright-colored streamers, with mul-
ti-colored lanterns, and gay fans.
Here, the students and their guests
dance to the delightful music of
The teachers who attended all
seem to be having a good time as
they are snapped by our photog-
rapher. Some of the teachers who
attended were Mr, Petredis, Miss
Eddy, Miss Kerr, Mr, Kearns, Miss
Burek, Mrs. Obley, Mr, Phelps, and
lst Raw: D, Burton, B. Dezulo
vich, J. Krally, N. Butya, l.
King, R. McCormick, D. Podg
2nd Row: E. Hyielc, R, Douglas
R. Wasillxo, L. Farkas, B
Krally, J. Hamilton, J. Daw
son, W, BussefSocial Chair
Senior Christmas Party
Along with the greetings of "Merry Christ-
mas" and "Happy New Year" we heard the seniors
commenting on their annual Christmas Party. It
was held on December 17 in the band room, and
though it wasn't Christmas Eve, Santa appeared to
conduct the exchange of gifts.
The arrangements for the party were made by
the social chairman, Bill Busse. The committee dec-
orated the band room and erected a fireplace in
the center of the room which gave everyone a
peaceful Christmas feeling. It was near the brick
fireplace that iolly Ol' St. Nick CRoy Macekl ap-
peared with gifts for all.
Following the exchange of gifts, the seniors
and their guests danced to the music of tape re-
cordings. As a highlight of the evening, Ruth
McCormick sang a beautiful song which added to
the festive mood.
For all who attended, the Senior Christmas
Party is one which will long be remembered.
Santa Claus made his annual
visit at the Christmas Party bringing
with him many gifts for all who at-
tended. His presence gave the party
.he feeling of Christmas.
Decorating the band room proved
to be fun even though many hours of
hard work were out into it. A fire-
place in the center of the band room
set off all the decorations and gave
it J cozy effect
Some of the Interesting snaps of the year Sensor Chrnstmas Party Sensor Prom and tlnally
are pictured below Among the events of the the Junuor Sensor banquet All these events wall
senior s last year are thelr class sponsored dance be remembered by the seniors as they look over
football games the class play basketball games their yearbook
Here the senior football play
ers D Manglamelle W Busse R
Wasllko W Moraslu F Vnetmeler
pncture The outcome for the foot
bull season showed five wnns and
Getting made up for class
plays proved to be a real lb
Many students helped Mrs Rokoskl
apply makeup Makeup had to be
applled to portray each lndlvndual
Thlrty mnnutes at lunch an the
cafeteria proved to be the puck up
needed for the students to corn
plete .he day
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R. Macek, and L. King 'pose for a
Many snaps grace our annual showing
more of the events of the year. Following the
Senior Prom, there were approximately three
months left for the seniors to gain last bits of
knowledge and to be together with their class.
The final social event of the class was the Junior
Senior Banquet, planned by the iuniors in honor
of the seniors, which proved to be another en
After many strenuous weeks
of practice, the play was finally
ready for presentation, Both stu-
dents and director felt the thrill of
a job well done when the play
proved a great success.
Every student in office practice
class gets an opportunity to work
in the office to gain experience.
Here, Art Barton and Ed Hyjek ful.
fill their duties for a week.
The Senior Christmas Party
was well organized and brought
enioyment and pleasure to all who
A thrilling toss up, as Frank
Vietmeier, center for our team,
brought the ball into our posses-
Senior Class Play
HSPOOKS ALIVEI' Sponsor
Professor Rockby .
The Senior Class Play, under the supervision
of Mrs. Lillian Rokoski, presented a three act
mystery comedy entitled "Spooks Alive" on Fri-
day, November 16.
The entire action of the play takes place in
the warden's home, by an old abandoned
prison. Mr. and Mrs. Rockby along with their
son, daughters, and two friends, go there for
the summer in order that Mr. Rockby might be
able to write a book.
Mrs. Simpson, the cook, sees a ghost come
out of the hangman's tower. Bridget and Doug-
las Rockby decide to play detective. Next, Gen-
Mrs. Lillian Rokoski
nie Rockby's girlfriend, Marcel, disappears. A
search follows with Knucklehead Knodson lead-
ing the laughs. They uncover the story of
George Albright, who was hanged for murder,
and whose ghost has returned to haunt the
Marcel's foster parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Smythe, are summoned. As it turns out, the
ghost isn't supernatural, the missing girl is
found, and a twenty-year-old murder is solved,
Due to the excellent direction of Mrs. Lillian
Rokoski, the play turned out to be a huge suc-
Dress rehearsal is the final
chance to pull all ends together,
The makeup committee Pat Mus-
cati, Joyce Augustine, Flo Shaffer,
Ruth Hill, and Frances Kesich, to-
gether with Rose Basl, student di
rector, did a fine iob in all their
Senior Class Play Snaps
Of all the activities, the play proved to be
one of the most enioyable for the seniors. Learn-
ing the lines and fitting them in their proper
place was the first task of the cast. Each indi-
vidual did his best in the portrayal of the char-
acter. At last the night of dress rehearsal came,
and makeup was applied to fit each character's
personality. The make-up committee learned
many new techniques in applying stage make-
The final test came the night of the play
when everything had to be perfect. The cast
got the usual case of iitters that always comes
before the big performance. But the play
turned out to be one of the smoothest ever pre-
sented here at Montour.
son catches Mrs.
Simpson after she
sees the ghost of Mr.
A l b r i g h t . S h e
screams, runs, and
jumps into his arms.
During the search
for her husband
George, Mrs. Al-
when she realizes
she has failed once
Seniofs-Junior Class Play
Mr. Morlock is a grouchy, old man who
does not like anything but money. His daugh-
ter Mary, wants to marry Joe Lanconi. Mr. Mor-
lock protests the marriage because he thinks
Joe doesn't have enough money to take care of
his daughter. Mr. Morlock and Joe's father,
Luigi, get into a fight about the wedding and
Luigi dies from a heart attack. Luigi comes back
and haunts Mr. Morlock till he can't eat or sleep.
Finally, Mr. Morlock takes too many sleeping
Mr. William L. Kearns
pills and dies, but no one seems to miss him. He
wishes he could have another chance to atone
for all those foolish mistakes when suddenly
Mildred, the maid awakens him. He realizes
that it was all a dream and is overjoyed. He
then makes vast promises to his family and
peace reigns again in the Morlock household.
We wish to express our thanks to Mr.
Kearns for his fine direction of the Senior-Junior
Left to right: Joe Cercone, William Busse, Peg Harbisan, Koth'ecn Razpcinik, Loretta Nesbitt, Jim Ickes, Ruth McCormick,
Jerry Rogers, Phyllis Schafer, Joe Spik, Bernice Dezulovigh, Jim Hamilton, Ed Hyjek, Marlene Maccarone, Jim Dawscn,
Here we see a picture of Mrs. Rokoski,
expertly applying makeup to one cf the
play cast. She did a very fine job in
teaching the makeup crew helpful hints
about the art of applying makeup.
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Luigi and Mr.
Morlack have their
quarrel. Soon after, Luigi, an old man,
9 dies of a heart attack because of all the
exertion put forth in his fight with Mor-
A hilarious spot
arrival of Lucifer and
from the regions,
have come to take
in the play was the
Mrs. Smaltz. They're
down below" and
Morlock back with
Along with the administration and faculty, part in making our last year at Montour enioy-
the people pictured below helped to make our able. A vote of thanks go to these people who
school days as pleasant as possible. They in- will long be remembered by the seniors for their
clude the head custodian, lady cop, patrol squad, kindness, loyalty, and dependability.
dietitian, and school nurse. Each has done his
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Mr. Tom Slanina
A senior favorite for a long
time, Tom is always seen with a
smile on his face and a hearty
ioke to tell. He has been with us
ever since we can remember.
Mrs. Kelly, our ladycop, as she
is seen on duty every day. She
has been with us for the past two
years and should be commended
for the fine work that she has
These boys have been depend-
able in all their duties to the
school. Their advisor Mr. Paul
Mazerov, has helped them to
become a very helpful asset to the
school. A vote of thanks goes to
these boys who have guided us to
and from school.
Mrs. Dorothy Davies
The school dietitian, Mrs.
Davies can be seen every day in
the school cafeteria. She greets
us with a pleasant smile as she
serves hat lunches.
Mrs. Dolores Phillips
Our school nurse, Mrs. Phillips,
has been here for the past five
years. We are honored to have
such a reliable and amiable per-
son in our school.
left to right: Mrs. Rodgers,
Mrs. Skwarcha, Mrs. Midili, Mrs
Wagner, and Mrs, Gibson. They
have prepared many excellent
left to right: Steve Lesko, How-
ard Eitenmiller, Albert Kanuch.
and Tom Slanina. They have
taken care ot the school and
Left to right: Mr. Lesko, Mr.
Macek, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Zim-
mer, Mr. Glass, Mr. Scott, and Mr.
Petrilina. They have transported
the students to and from school
safely and promptly.
left to right: Mrs. Vevers, Mrs.
Taxacher, Mrs. Mura, Mrs. Langer,
Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Schwalm, and
Pictured above are the cafeteria workers, who have taken care of the school and grounds
the volunteers, the ianitors, and the
Each of them has clone his iob well.
We wish to thank the cafeteria
the fine lunches prepared every day
bus drivers. so well, and the bus drivers for their depend-
ability that sometimes dismayed the students.
workers for All of these people have been exceptionally kind
the ianitors to the seniors.
Above is our Master of Ceremonies Robert
Douglas humorously entertaining the guests at
the banquet His antics kept the guests in a
continued uproar throughout the dinner
The class of 57 decided to change the policy
of the previous Junior classes and held its ban
quet and dance separately. On May 3, T956 the
Banquet sponsored by the Juniors and honoring
the Seniors, was held at the Union United Pres-
byterian Church Hall in Gayly, Pa. The guests
enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner while the Mas-
ter of Ceremonies, Robert Douglas, told many
humorous jokes and kept his audience in con-
tinued laughter. He introduced the presidents of
both classes who made inspiring speeches.
Standing: Wayne Roycrott, Joseph Cer
cone, Joyce Augustine, Phyllis Schafer,
Edward Hyiek, James Dawson.
Seated: Kathleen Razpotnik, Ruth McCor
mick, Helen Leitner, Bernice Dezula
Following this there were many entertaining
guests A routine and a solo were among the
The dance was held on May ll T956 at the
Sherwyn Hotel in Pittsburgh Pa The delightful
music of the Gay Lads Band was enloyed by all
Following the dance, the students attended
the All-Night Party held by the Robinson Town-
ship Jaycees at the Greater Pittsburgh Roller
The class of '57 wishes to thank all those
who contributed to the success of their Junior-
Senior Banquet and dance. We hope that the
Senior and Junior classes will always remember
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The end of the school year is not
only o time of enioyment, but a time of
reverence. Here we see Reverend Ruschf
haupt, of the Union United Presbyterian
Church, rendering grace at the Junior-
As you can see, the music ofthe Gay
Lads was enjoyed by all who attended.
The selections played by the band set the
tempo for on evening of pleasure and
J unior-Senior Banquet
The site of the Junior-Senior Banquet
was the Union United Presbyterian Church
Hall in Gayly, Po. The hall was decor!
oted to the theme of 'Stairway to the
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The iunior advisors, Mr. Paul Walk and
Mr, Thomas Barrett, have given much
of their time and energy to help the class
plan and carry out its many eleventh
grade proiects at Mantour. Their kind-
ness and ability have given the students
reason to look upon thern as honest and
sincere leaders. The Class of '57 extends
its appreciation to these two able
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American History seems to
have some humorous moments to
it. Here, we see one of the iun-
iors giving a report that arnuses
the class very much.
The Class Cf 58
Throughout the annual we endeavor to
capture the varrous clubs and classes In their
everyday natural moments and brrng them to
lrfe on our snap pages Here we see the luruors
nn these rncrclents which we speak about We
Find them at thelr studies and at lunch tame as
they while away their lersure time laughing and
enloyrng themselves as they remrnrsce In these
pages we try to get as many of the students un
as possible In order to provide the utmost on
loyment for the entrre student body
Due to circumstances beyond our control
two prominent members of the rumor class have
been omrtted from the group pictures So to you
John Koller and Donald Theus we extend our
deepest apologres for the oversrght and endeav
or to make amends by representrng you lrterall
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Mr Russo for a few mrnutes t
lunch tame They are probably
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The Junior Class has been busy with vari-
ous activities. All of the members turned out to
work on the class play and helped it to be a
grand success. Alcng with the play, two of the
most important activities were the Junior-Senior
Banquet and Dance which were held separately.
The Junior Class has shown exceptional
spirit in all of its activities, and this has made the
past school year an outstanding one.
Mrs Cummins may seem puz
as she watches her cass
work lndustrlously but her efforts
are rewarded when she sees the
The Junior boys who loaned
the football squad this past year
p oved t be a g eat help to h
The Junior girls have also been
enthusiastic about entering into
competittve games They have
sho Nn outstanding ability in pay
ing volleyball and basketball dur
In their gym
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Montour team's success
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D. Schczvoli, President C. Marks,
Secreioryp J, Butler, Treasurer, W
Kriger, Vice Presidenf
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Gertrude Burek Paul Mcxzerov Annette Kerr
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'Ist Row: J. Dupin, B, Woolleft, C.
Marks, C, Dolence, A. Carlin, S.
Von Dine, H, Marion, P. Blum-
2nd Row: J. Herbert, B. Terpock,
L. Norcxd, J. Vcm Grirnbergen
R. Fisher, A. Marcheffi, C. Rom-
sey, J. Isocics, H. White,
Isl Row: J, Liskowslxi, A, Gallan
L. Sella, R. Leia, J, Butler, J
Sadauslxas, C, Oleior, P. Green,
B. Burke, M. Mikula
2nd Row: F. Bialowas, L. Fry, K
Midili, J. Pelrovic, A, Elliof, J
Marshall, M, Whigham, K. Per-
emba, M. Yoder, B. Miller, T.
Canlwell, R. Phillips.
3rd Row: T. Steele, R. Macelc, D
Schavolt, J. Welsh, A. Carlin, H
Youngworlh, R. Piero, B. KuTza-
viich, J. Revfai, R. Mngiamelle,
B. Kriger, K. Woolleff,
lst Row: J. Stock, L. Campbell, J
Harbison, K. Herbert, J. Placek,
K. Bufya, M. Kendra, L. Duffy
P. Magee, D, Rowe.
2nd Row: M. Campbell, P. Male
hews, J. Fadeley, C. Forfi, B
Holmes, N. Grecco, G. Farkas, S.
Clements, C. French, E. Yake.
3rd Row: E. Wesley, R. Leifner, W
Magee, A. Nagy, M. Banos, R
Phillips, W. Parkison, T. Mays
J. Lavrich, R. Sarslield, R. Gfifi
filh, R, Hcrnichak, T, Terrabasso.
P. Kocolc, President: M. Owod, Vice
President, P. Meyer, Secretory, R. Bur!
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Lillian Rokoski Jcnmes McCullough Vlfglnlfl Morrow
ls! Row: K. Wright, M. Kwcxlik,J,Tl'1omp
son, J. Cosprone, C. Cercone, E, Ko
zuk, D. Schorr, M. Owcd, P. Fortney
F. Moroski, L. Hupp
2nd Row: J, Arnold, J. Kcxnuclw, R. Klein
C. Pearce, A. Svoner, J. Longman, F
Ellison, N. Gurin, P. Sevick, C. Sem
ercxd, B. Burik, J, Bobinger, R, Lorenz:
3rd Row: B. Burton, J. Sokoc, K. Head
ley, B. Olivcmi, C. Junqfleisch, F. Hen
ay, R. Vicforelli, S. Vesta, R, Wytch
erly, T. Ervin, B. Cczstlevever J. Reno
'Znd Row: K. Burionek, R. Barton, W
3rd Row: A, Scatif, W. Pinnazzi, D
lst Row: G. Mikula, J. Mikula, B
Baker, J. Allen, M, Goylarcli, J. Pre
niczky, E. Davis, H. Stone, P. Koller
K. Mochnick, J. White
2nd Row: R. Puhlman, D. Winning, J
Glass, B. Wolfe, P. Phillips, L. Reed
C. Patterson, J. Minech, G. Palm, J
Kobeda, J. Baxo, J, Yencik.
3rd Row: S, Wise, J. Simpson, J. Vee
vers, W. Chew, J. Dorsek, R. Cefalo
C, Elliot, C. Mercher, C. Mason, W
shall, J. Severns.
The freshmen class of Montour consists of
approximately llo students. Being ambitious
and energetic in all your activities, you have
proven yourselves to be outstanding and reliable
Many new activities and junior high sports
are introduced to you. When your class sponsors
a dance, a bake sale, or a tag day, your new
ideas sweep through the school with enthusiasm.
With the football games, dances, club activi-
ties, and homework, your freshman year flies by,
tomorrow you'll be sophomores.
The work will continue, but you will be able
to look forward to the coming events such as:
the numerous dances, the iunior-senior banquet,
the senior prom and then finally graduation.
The future is not far OFF. After three more
years of working and struggling for your goals,
each of you will start your life anew. As we
leave Montour, it is our hope that each of you
will do your share in working for the success of
your class, your school, and yourself.
lst Row: R. McDonald, S, Zarvis, L.
Ayres, M. Masco, C. Langer, P. Ko
cak, L. Drexler, M, Higgins, P, Mey
er, L. Benchoff, C. Barlow, N. Phil
lips, L. Bogats.
McCready, Ron McNavish, J. Person,
B. Beveridge, O. Lewis, K. Uftlemen
J. Gierl, R. Fenio, J. Snyder, R. Con
Iey, R. Coulter
Dawson, C. Petrovic, D. Green, W
Dolence, R. Gregorich, D. Yanish, J
Reagan, J. Petrovic, C. Dolence, J
Malarky, J. Brogley, R, Crummy, L
Polny, R. Marek
Hughes, J. Karns, D, Hill, R. Mar-
Carolyn Eddy Jeremiah Sullivan Dolores Fresa
ls! Row: S. Boker, C. Cowlwer, E, Knouse
B. Brocxdlwurst, L. Briggs, M. Bondi, N
Dolincxr, J. Plocek, B. Muzur, M
McKean, S. Magee, R. Brogley,
2nd Row: D. DuVoll, H. Fry, P, Mcugy, P
Boice, D. Reed, S, Huemmricln, D, Rup
reclwi, V, Holmes, C. lrvine, G. Trussel
R. Nicoleffi, S, Dezulovich, G. Douglas
3rd Row: J. Phillips, T. Kcxrobinos, E
McClory, R. Biulowos, R. Higgins, D
Hill, C. Jeffries, T. Farkas, R, Kolling
D. Coin, J. Gordon, B. Uffelmcn, J
Dupin, L. Koczmcxrelc.
lsr Row: D. Williams, N. George
P. While, S. Wise, S. Urda, E
Almasy, P. Wesley, N. Zombeclr
M. Graff, R. Terpaclr, D. Wright
2nd Row: J, Rudlosky, A. Wilbik
J. Semerad, M. Blumling, M
Kouche, M. Reagan, M. Sokufch
D, Haffner, M. McArdle, B. Sev
erns, R. landa, W, Scidauslxas
3rd Row: D, Melynchek, H. Uran
lcer, D. Macek, J, Reno, G. Mor
ris, D. Roush, K. Kropf, J. Kush
ner, N. Kushner, K. Ramsey, A
Almasy, D. Morford.
lst Row: M. Ahern, C. Sfack, C
Masley, J. Schafer, B. Saclaukas
P. Rinebold, M. Yoke, C. DuMon
tier, L. Briggs, M. Selizer, R. Sev
erns, T. Thompson.
2nd Row: J. McGuire, W. Pintar
J. Sfuude, P. Wolfe, B. Silver
B. Zimmer, M. Martin, R. Love
J. Nadick, N. Dorsek, P. Mines
Yrella, R. Peremba, M. Marks.
3rd Row: T. Barefoot, R. Williams
R. Hamer, J, Millanfz, H. Jenkins
T. Snyder, J. Fadely, G. Cant-
well, M. Sarsfield, A. Warner
R. Andrasick, W. Dugan, R. Car-
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O. Grimth, Treasurer, F Bruni,
President, L. Porter, Vice President,
B. Davis, Secretory
Ist Row: N. Caryll, B. Isaacs, J. Yan
ish, D. Farrell, S. Barefoot, G
Davison, S. Scofi, L. Caliguire, A
2nd Row: R. Coulter, L. McCar1an, B
Davis, R. Petrie, M. Sclnwalm, B
Kobeda, B. Mason, J. Parkison
O. Griftitlw, J. Fleming, D. Pintar
3rd Row: B. McGuire, K. Van Dine
D. Seymour, B. Williams, B. Butt
M. Winter, B. Brown, D. Cerar, R
Taylor, F. Zombeck.
2nd Row: V. Butya, E. Hack, J. Opeka
Howe, V. Masco, D. Headley, l.. Por
2nd Row: W. McEwen, C. DiCicca, K
Marshall, F, Bruni, C. Herman,
Verner, J. Person, J. Karns, K
ler, F. Vaupel, E. Garzoch.
3rd Row: W. Tessaro, R. H
Kral, J. Silver, D. McCl gh, J
Bishop, R. Whiteford, . owe, J
Morris, J. Schonbec , . Reno, A
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jd V The seventh grade will soon complete its
first year of high school life. Your years of
preparation in elementary school have led you
to the door of Montour Junior High School. Your
eagerness mounted as you climbed the steps and
walked swiftly down the corridor.
As you were assigned homerooms, you re-
alized that this was the threshold to a new and
different experience. Upperclassmen became
particularly helpful in all phases of your school
lt's been quite a while since that first bell
rang. Your activities have widened amazingly.
st Row: H. Fisher, R Dlugosz, P
George, C. Barton, B. Spilc, J. Smith
P. Sappo, G. Skiba, F. White.
W. Victorelli, S. Moore, S. Cefalo,
P, Madalinsky, W. Pisarski, J. Klein
P. Pieto, J. Van Dine
rd Row' R Szareilro l. Fusco, S
Nesbitt, R. Metz, S. Davis, B. Ries
D, Maier, F. Merscher, E. Murphy, D
You have started playing football and baseball,
joined in with the booming pace of the pep meet-
ings, and supported all activities.
Yes, you-the 7th graders, are the "begin-
ners." Not only has your knowledge advanced,
but also your privileges. The days have gone by
quickly, but each and everyone of you will re-
member the thrill you experienced when you first
came into the junior high.
Under the leadership of your sponsors,
Francis Kosmacki, George Kasich, and Edward
Synowka, you will have reached a milestone in
your school career.
lst Row: F. Scaletto, K. Thornbury, L
ter, R. Campbell, M. Horbison, R i
'Ist Row: R. Speer, R. DiCicco, V.
Cuccarease, G. Taylor, M. Speer,
D. Boyle, T. Wickline, K. Carlyle.
2nd Row: M. Roriscn, D. Hill, D.
Linner, S. Tomkovich, C. Findlay,
C. Agner, B. Dluhos, V. Pravlo-
chak, K. McCaulay, B. Randazzo,
J. Curley, Y. Schmidt, Mr, Robert
3rd Row: D. Mixter, B. Sonavec, W.
Walker, B. Schell, R. Mays, V.
Tomkovich, J. Healey, P. Dowds,
R. Dietl, E. Muha, E. Mikula.
Kennedy Sth Grade
As you go "Forward Together," you as 8th
graders will have an opportunity to display your
abilities. As Ken and Robie join hands and go
down the road, you too, are joining hands with
Robinson and are going "Forward Together." This
will be a new experience and a difterent school life
from the one you have known. You will come to
know many new students and classmates.
Your annual project, that of selling seeds,
turned out to be a huge success. Many happy
moments will be remembered when you tell about
your eighth grade experiences. Your various art
programs and your participation in the choral
groups will be among the outstanding occasions in
your memories. Other exciting memories in the
eighth grade include the patrol boys bake sale and
the sports activities.
lst Row: D. Osman, T, Nolan, D
Lusky, K. Haines, D. Ullery, R
Miller, R. Weatherbee, J. Char-
Ietta, C. Rearick, P. Dawso.
2nd Row: J. Leslie, J. Wilson, S
Pukonic, W. Figa, T. Gallick,
Fogarty, D. Vattimo, M. Waiert
S. Brashear, B. Strilka, J. Legato
3rd Row: M. Hattrnan, D. Dysert
M. Kuzinski, C. McCague, P. Coc-
coli, S. Schubert, S. Nemec, K
Samborski, G. Spirak, R. Flesher
As you leave eighth grade, you will soon
become part of the senior high and will come to
know your classmates from Robinson. High school
life will be a change from the years you have spent
thus far. ln the coming years you will be expected
to be able to accept responsibility and to get a iob
done once it has been assigned to you. In high
school, you are expected to do much more work
and to handle various proiects. You will realize,
even though you have much more work to do, that
you will gain satisfaction out of doing important
things. Many more activities and friends will be
added to your schedule.
We, the seniors, hope that you will use your
God-given abilities and become the outstanding
students which we know you can be.
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st Row W DeForest Pune
Evans R Weatherbee J Certo
Monte Carlo R Rizzo R Huges
Somrners M Kairyo
Walker C Donahue A Dluhos M
Slovlck B Henry B Recktenwald
B Muskani H Laslu J McEven Miss
Tancosh D Sobota G Mixter R.
Johnson J Volsko J Lauderbaugh.
Kennedy 7th Grade
This is the first year that the seventh grade
of Kennedy Township has appeared in a year-
book Because of the Iointure, the junior high
students of Kennedy have become part of the
combined school system Our hope is to join the
students of Kennedy and Robinson Township into
one unit as Montour students. We welcome these
new students whose help will be an aid in im-
proving our school.
Beginning your ninth year in school, you
will become part of the senior high and come to
know your fellow students and future graduating
class. When you have acquired your new school
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3rd Row: A. Dorsky, E. Burtel, J. No'
sal, F. Kling , L. Lind, J. e, H.
building, you will have an even greater chance
to display your abilities. With the new build-
ing, there will be many modern facilities which
will be an aid to a fuller education. This is the
main object in the building of the new school.
Opportunities will be plentiful, your duty is
to use them successfully. We know, from the co-
operation you have shown in all your various
projects, that you will be a fine class and will
continue to work energetically.
Many happy wishes go to you from the
senior class. Good Luck!
lst Row: H. Herd, R. Sfnaborski, J.
Pecori, M. Book, J. McNally, F. Yar-
osz, L. Paczan, J. Pankiewiz.
2nd Row: D, Hartner, R. Brethauer, C.
McCague, R. Schley, C. Schiebert,
B. Malis, J. Williams, P. Healey, C.
Paczan, J. Tate, B. Bishop, Miss Ellen
3rd Row: A. Mixter, R, Herny, D.
Funkhouser, l.. Bittner, E. Fischer, V.
Yeager, R. Skowron, M. Kinsey, J.
Snyder, C, Leydig, G. Julins, M. Mor-
ris, P. Kinsey.
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left to right: Richard Marks, Vice Presi-
dent, Jerry Snyder, Treasurer, Ray Wa-
silko, Lieutenant Governor of Division
4g Bill DuVall, Secretary, and Bob
The Key Club
The Montour Key Club, organized in 'l952,
was formed for the purpose of aiding the stu-
dent body, the school, and the community. The
Key Club is under the guidance of its advisor,
Mr. Anthony Russo. The sponsoring body of
the club is the Kiwanis Club of Carnegie.
Some of the services which the club renders
are: improving school grounds, providing neces-
sities for the needy persons in the community,
providing refreshments for both the home and
visiting athletic teams, and providing equipment
for the school.
This year as one of its projects, the Key
Club presented a citizenship award to the most
deserving boy of the senior class.
We are sure that a club such as this will con-
tinue to work together and bring honor to the
name of Montour.
'lst Row Don Brenneman lerry Dawson Richard Marks Lou King Ray Wasillco Jerry Snyder Bob Douglas and Stacy Glb
2nd Row James Dante Richard Mangiamelle William Kruger Ed Hyielc Joe Cercone William Kutzavitch James Dawson
Jerry Rogers James Hamilton and Bill DuVall
Mr. Paul Walk, advisor, has been a valuable asset to
our yearbook. The yearbook staff wishes to ahank him
for all he has done to make our yearbook one of which
we can be proud.
Robert Douglas and Raymond Wasilko,
The 1957 Montour Mirror
The Montour Mirror stat? was confronted
with plenty of problems at the start of the school
year. Most of the staff members were inexperi-
enced, there were unprecedented budget prob-
lems, and ditticulties were caused by conflicting
schedules. Necessary changes and valuable ad-
ditions were added to the staff and, despite dit-
ficulties, it developed into a smooth-working
Here, Don Brenneman, our make-up editor, who deals
with the cutting and assembling of pages, gives Jerry
Snyder, sports editor, the exact number of words for
competent stafT that met every publication dead-
line and financial challenge.
The staff was divided into two functioning
units-the business division and the publishing
division. Each statT member deserved special
credit for his or her whole-hearted cooperation
and hard work.
The staff wishes to thank all the student
body for their help.
Helen Leitner, literary editorp Ruth Hili,
subscription eclitorg and Ruth McCormick,
art editorg work to create new ideas for
Here our typists Pat Nock, Pat Muscati
Loretta Nesbitt, and Peggy Harbison are
busily engaged with some copy. They
have given their full co-operation through'
out the year
Our bookkeeper and treasurer, Art Bar-
ton: business manager, Frank Vietrneierp
and photo editor, Ed Hyiekp constantly
consult each other and check the progress
of the yearbook
Richard Marks, Treasurer, Stacy
Gibson, Vice President, Frank Viet-
meier, President, Carl Van Hose,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Dominic Mangi-
The Varsity-"M", previously Varsity-"R",
was organized in l946. In order to be a mem-
ber, a boy must have earned a letter in one of
the school's sports. The main purpose of the
club is to promote good sportsmanship and
good conduct in all Montour's athletic programs.
In past years, the Varsity-"M" club mem-
bers undertook the task of raising money to buy
the senior athletes iackets as a remembrance of
their fellow teammates, and their participation
in sports. By holding social activities, money is
raised to develop a treasury which is used to buy
the jackets. As their activity this year, the boys
held a dance on January 25.
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Mr. Thomas Birko
Mr. Thomas Birko, the club advisor, has
encouraged the members throughout the year.
He was always willing to offer his assistance
when the boys needed it most. Since its begin-
ning in 1946, the Varsity-"M" has become one
of the most successful clubs of the school.
Ist Row: L. King, F. Vietmeier, W. Busse, W. Moraski, R. Wasilko, R. Douglas, D. Mangiamelle.
2nd Row: W. Kriger, R. Mangiamelle, S. Gibson, C, Van Huse, J. Snyder, R, Marks, W, Kutzavitch, T, Williams.
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Barbara Babinger, Chaplain, Kathleen Raz-
potnik, President, Mrs. Rokoski, Advisor,
Frances Brammer, Vice President, Ann Buua,
Treasurer, Helen Leitner, Secretary.
Tri - Hi -Y
lst Row: R. Mays, M. Krally, J. Petanowiclc
R. Basl, J. Augustine, B. Dezulovich, K
Razpatnilc, N. Butya, J. Krally, F. Shaffer
P. Nock, J. Placek.
2nd Row: J. Petrovic, A. Elliott, M, Whigham
J. Marshall, 8. Burke, A. Carlin, K. Her
bert, J. Dupin, B. Olivani, B. Woollett, B
Terpaclc, S. Clements, P. Campbell.
3rd Row: P. Dorsek, G. Leitner, C. Schuch, S
McCready, E. Clark, L. King, B. Reno, H
Marion, P. Henry, D, Marion, C. Oleiar, N
'lst Row: P. Blumling, J. Harbison, P. Green
J. Butler, M. Yoder, N. Denninger, F.
Brammer, J, Davies, C. Marks, N. Grecco,
C. French, J. Lislcowski.
2nd Row: D. Rowe, E. Yake, C. Forti, K. Per-
emba, M. Magee, K. Butya, L. Sella, D.
Mentzer, M. Kendra, G. Farkas.
3rd Row: J. Sadauslcas, R. Leia, L. Higgins,
C. Drexler, R. Placelc, B. Babinger, M.
Campbell, J. Garin, B. Holmes, J. Isaacs,
lst Row: J. Garin
P. Harbison, B
Petrie, R, Basl
N, Butya, ,I
2n:! Row: D. Bur
ton, C, Drexlcr
D. Padglek, D
Marion, R. Mc
The Future Homemakers of America
The Future Homemakers of America has a
membership of forty-four girls from the fresh-
men, sophomore, iunior, cmd senior classes.
The girls join together in order to learn new
techniques and methods of homemaking. Their
knowledge will be used to provide better and
happier homes and improved living in America's
The F. H. A. is active not only in our school,
but in communities throughout the country and
state as well. As proof of this, representatives
were sent to the Moon Township meeting where
one of our girls was elected as a regional officer,
while four representatives were also sent to the
state meeting at Penn State.
As its activity for the year, the club held a
dance in March and also attended a 'field trip at
the H. J. Heinz plant where they received ideas
and helpful hints about homemaking.
The success and honor which the F. H. A. has
brought to our school is acknowledged with high
regard to the new advisor, Mrs. Dorothy Cum-
mins, whose excellent leadership is deeply ap-
preciated. Through her guidance, the club has
become one of the finest groups Montour has
ever had. May she continue in all her efforts.
Left to right: D. Marion, Reporter, C.
Drexler, Secretary, M. Campbell, Presi-
dent, Mrs. Cummins, Advisor, D. Padg-
lek, Vice President, D. Burton, Treasurer,
R. McCormick, Historian.
Burik, M. Mac-
T. Mays, Treasurerg R. Lombardi, Secre-
tary, R. Wilds, Vice President, Mr.
McCullough, Advisor, G. Bane, Presi-
dentp W. Moraslmi, Sentinel.
The Future Farmers of America
The Future Farmers of America is an organi-
zaticn of boys from the sophomore, junior, and
senior classes who are interested in studying vo-
cational agriculture. The F.F.A. not only pre-
pares the boys to become scientific farmers, but
also prepares them to become better citizens.
ln order to receive a diploma, the boys work
on proiects throughout the year and must have
them completed in order to receive a diploma.
The boys do various jobs for the school including
the construction and erection of the scenery for
the class plays.
During the year they successfully held their
dance. They also went to the Farm Show in Har-
risburg where they saw many farm exhibits. A
trip to the North Side Packing House, where they
saw many animal exhibits, proved to be most in-
teresting to all who attended.
Their motto, "Learning to do, doing to learn,
earning to live, living to serve," typifies their
way of doing things and has been exercised
throughout the year by the members as they
carried out their activities.
The boys have worked hard and, with their
advisor, Mr. James McCullough, have made their
club a successful organization. In the future, the
continuance of these deeds will be useful to their
'lst Row: T. Mays, A,
Terabasso, W. Mor-
aski, R. Lombardi, C.
Van Huse, R. Wilds, E
2nd Row: A. Nagy, H.
Youngworth, R. Ols-
zewslci, W, Zimmer,
G. Bane, R, Fisher
Seated: J. Krally, D. Padglek.
lst Row: G. Blatecky, A. Carlin, R.
Placek, C, Mochnick, D. Winning.
2nd Row: J. Roney, B, Krally, Mr.
Left, B. Glass
The Montour Monitor is the new name for
the former Newsbee. This ioint junior-senior
high school publication has been under the spone
sorship of Mr. Sidney Left, instructor in business
education, for the past eight years. During this
time it has become one of the district's rnost out-
standing school papers.
Last spring the paper was entered in com-
petition in the annual Penn State College Jour-
Doreen Padglek Editor
Mr. Left Advisor
Joyce Krally Co-Editor
nalism Contest. The result has long been known
-it was judged to be the best all-around school
paper in the mimeographed class. A plaque was
awarded the group as a result of its fine work.
As one ot its prciects, the group held its an-
nual dance in May honoring the senior boy and
girl voted as contributing the rnost to the welfare
ot the school.
The Service Club held its annual project on
Thursday, December 6. It was a film entitled
"My Pal Gus," starring Richard Widmark. At-
tendance was so great that the group raised
enough money to pay for the Hlm rental, buy
Christmas presents and hold a Christmas party,
and also give out the sum of 5100 to some dee
serving commercial student at the Honors As-
sembly in May.
Jerry Roney President
Mr. Left Advisor
Blair Glass Vice President
The organization, a truly charitable one,
has performed many services for students, teach-
ers, civic groups, and the P. T. A. this year. The
work includes typewriting, stenciling, mimeo-
graphing, and assembling of papers and pro'
gram booklets. The Commercial Service Club
has been under the active sponsorship of Mr.
Sidney Lett for the past six years.
Seated: J. Roney, B. Glass.
Standing: R. Muzur, G- Blctecky.
Mr, Left, advisor, A, Carlin, R.
Placelx, A. Barton.
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS
Officers: Left to Right: N. Denninger, Sec-
retary, J. Butler, Vice President, Miss
Eddy, Advisor, R. Pieto, Treasurerp
Absent, N. Butya, President.
'lst Row: M. Krally, R. Mays, P. Blumling,
J. Placek, N. Butya, P. Harbison, R.
McCormick, B. Holmes, C. French, N.
Grecco, D. Burton.
J. Liskowski, B. Reno, P. Henry, D.
Marion, F. Shatter, K. Peremba, L.
3rd Row: J. Marshall, K. Butya, J. Petro-
Denninger, P. Magee, D. Padglek, J.
Dupin, K. Herbert.
White, R. Mazur, L. King, J. lckes.
2nd Row: M. Yoder, J. Butler, C. Olejar,
Sella, A. Carlin, P, Green, J. Harbison.
vic, R. Leja, M. Whigham, A. Elliot, N.
4th Row: R. Phillips, R. Pieto, B. Glass, R.
Sarsfield, G. Severns, W. DuValI, D.
The senior and junior high choruses are
groups under the direction of Miss Carolyn Eddy.
The groups have participated in many activities
during the school year, the most outstanding
being the choral concert. Before Christmas, the
groups went on their annual carol sing through-
out the township.
In addition to the Mixed Chorus, Girls' Triple
Trios were formed from both the senior high and
junior high groups. These triple trios have per-
formed numerous times throughout the year.
The Senior High Chorus purchased robes in
the early months of 1957. At the Spring Choral
Concert in April, these robes were worn for their
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Officers: Left to Right: J. Severns, Presi-
dent, T. Snyder, Treasurer, Miss Eddy
Advisory G. Cantwell, Vice President,
P. Rinebold, Secretary.
Ist Row: C. Mosley, B. Sadauskas, P.
Rinebold, M. Ahern, L. Briggs, B. Sil-
ver, R. Severns, C. DuMomtier, R. Rea-
gan, J. Kobeda, J. Minech.
2nd Row: G. Davison, D. Farrell, T. Cali-
guiri, A. Kocak, J. Parlcison, M. Gay-
lardi, J. Mikula, J. White,, K. Mach-
nick, D. Winning, L. Reed.
3rd Row: P. Koller, J. Baxa, J, Wovchko,
D, Pintar, B. Dugan, B. Carson, M.
Sarsfield, J. Staude, W. Davis, T. Mi-
kula, G. Palm.
4th Row: P. Minestrella, R, Peremba, G
Cantwell, M. Marks, H. Jenkins, R.
Cefalo, T. Snyder, C. Merscher, J. Sev-
erns, R. Hamer, T. Barefoot.
first public appearance. In January, two of the
Senior High Chorus members represented our
school at the Senior High District Chorus Festival.
This year, the Junior High Chorus became a
part of the regular school curriculum as a com-
pletely organized group. Ofticers elected include
the following: James Severns, President, Gary
Cantwell, Vice President, Pricella Rinebold, Sec-
retary, and Tom Snyder, Treasurer.
The Senior Class of Montour High School
takes pride in the chorus of '57 and thanks all its
members for many hours of pleasure and enjoy-
ment. Due to Miss Eddy's continued efforts, the
chorus has become outstanding.
Mr. Joseph Picchi takes his bow for
a job well done. The concert con-
tained many new and interesting
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Concert and Band
Each spring the band presents their annual
concert. This year the theme was "New and
Better Music." "Si! Trocadero" was the featured
novelty ofthe evening. The main numbers were
"Light Cavalry Overture," "Hollywood Seren-
ade," "The Westerners Overture," and "The
Scotch Folk Suite." The concert also included
new publication of two marches, "Thunder West"
and "P.M.E. A. March." As usual there were
SENIOR BAND MEMBERS
Kneeling: B. Dezulovich.
ls' Row: R, Hammil, B. Petrie, M. Campbell, J. Finnel
2nd Row: L. Farkas, W. Busfe, J. Cerccne.
3rd Row: R. Victcrelli, L. King, E. Hyjelx, J. Rogers.
solos with band accompaniment, one of which
was, "Under Paris Skies."
The Spring Concert was a great accomplish-
ment for the band-it was their night. Mr. Picchi
used his talents to extract the talents of the mem-
bers and accomplished the task with great es-
teem. The Spring Concert has been regarded as
one of the school's highlights.
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lt's half time! Now the Montour Band,
dressed in black uniforms trimmed in gold,
marches down the center of the football field.
With one quick glance to the sidelines, one can
see the band director, Mr. Joseph Picchi, as he
watches the band carry out his instructions.
The preparations for these shows began last
summer at band camp and continued until the
night of the show.
ln August the buses transported the band
members to the Denora Lions Camp at Rockwood
in Somerset County. The band practiced many
long hours, but of course it wasn't all work. The
band members managed to have nightly
dances and time for swimming and badminton.
The camp was sponsored by the Band Parents
and each student was charged a minimum fee.
From all the comments about the camp it will be
wholeheartedly supported in the future.
One night stands foremost in the memory of
these band members. It rained the night of the
Music Festival, and yet as it rained the Montour
Band remembered the old tradition, "The show
must go on!" The band upheld this tradition and
performed their routines, thus proving the spirit
of the band.
At the close of the football season, the band
turns its attention to concert music. Every day,
seventh period, if one has passed the band room,
strains of concert music would have reached your
The band is fast and steadily increasing.
Mr. Picchi has reported that French horns, trom-
boniums, oboes, bassoons, alto clarinets and
basses will be added to the list of instruments,
Just as any other hard working organiza-
tion, the band has held special night rehearsals
each Monday evening. So as the band workea
on their half time routines and rehearsed for the
concert, there were also plenty of opportunities
for fun and excitement.
Yes, we the students of Montour take great
pride in our school band!
Montour High School Mojorettes
Cenferz J. Petanowick.
ls' Row: H. Weller, B. Olivoni, A
Buzzc, C. Cercone, P. Kccok, R
2nd Row: J. Porsons, B. Sutherland
B. Dezulovich, C. Forti, N, Phillips
Left to right: F. Kesich, Vice Presi-
dent, M. Campbell, President,
Miss Burelc, Advisor, J Taylor,
Librarian, W. Busse, Treasurer.
Absent: D. Porter, Secretary.
F. T. A.
The Future Teachers of America is in its
second year at Montour and shows great pros-
pects. There are already 23 members in the
club. The constitution was presented to the Stu-
dent Council and accepted this past November.
The club was established with the purpose of in-
teresting the youth in the teaching profession.
The purpose of the club is "to learn about the
teaching profession, its opportunities, respon-
sibilities and its important role in democracy."
Two of the clubs most important activities
for this year were sponsoring a bake sale and
oresenting a movie. Another interesting event
included a visit by the officers of our club to
Stowe Township to attend their initiation cere-
monies. The F. T. A. also invited the F. T. A. Club
from another school and entertained them with
a special program which featured a movie on
the teaching profession, discussion, and refresh-
At the Honors Assembly this year, the sen-
ior members of the club were presented with
their omcial club pins.
Under the guidance of its sponsor, Miss
Gertrude Burek, the F. T. A. is fast becoming a
very prominent organization.
lst Row: P. Schafer, P. Pierce, P
Green, J. Butler, K, Herbert, J
Marshall, M. Campbell, D. Por
ter, G. Leitner, J. Taylor, J. Jen
2nd Row: W. Busse, G. Severns, J
Wilbik, J. Hcniilton, D. Brenne
man, J, Dawson, W. DuVall, L
Cowen, L. Masco, E. Melone. F
Left to right: Mrs. James Silver, Secretaryg
Mrs. James Dawson, Treasurerg Mr. John
J. Ahern, Vice Presidentp Mrs. Garheld
Robinson Township P. T. A.
Pictured are Mrs. Garheld Griffiths, Mrs.
Albert Carlin, and Mrs. Eddie A. Mock os
they conduct the home room count. The
P. T. A, has been a very active group and
have contributed much to our school.
The parents and teachers of the students
conduct one of their regular meetings at
the school They have shown an active
interest in all school unuirs.
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'lst Row: R. Mangiamelle, Moraski, Vietmeier, D. Mangiamelle, Busse, Macek, Wasilko, Van Huse.
2nd Row: wilbik, Pieta, Reagan, Elliott, Snyder, Kutzavich, Koller, Kriger, Williams.
3rd Row: Severns, Schavolt, Midili, Phillips, Carlin, Dante, Krally, Mazur, Macelc, Love.
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Coach Phillips, in his third year as head
football mentor enjoyed a successful season.
Having only six returning lettermen, Coach
Phillips built the '56 edition of the varsity squad
from a group of green, but willing boys.
The Ramblers won their first two games of
the season, but then lost three in succession.
The Ramblers recovered from these losses in es-
timable fashion taking the last three encounters
with considerable ease. With the departure of
only six senior lettermen, Coach Phillips believes
that he can build a very successful team around
the eleven who are returning.
Best wishes are expressed to Coach Phillips,
and his able assistants, Anthony Russo, and
Thomas Birko, for their untiring patience and
perseverance in bringing us winning football
MONTOUR vs WEST ALLEGHENY
Montour started off the 1956 football sea
son wuth a bang when Ruch Manguamelle ran the
openung kuckoff back 90 yards for a touchdown
The Ramblers were hampered by fumbles and
penaltues throughout the enture game however
a very good defensuve game prevented West
Allegheny from scorung When the flnal whustle
blew Montour was deep un theur ruval s terrutory
druvung toward another score The Ramblers
ended up on the long end ofa 6 0 score for theur
first vuctory of the season
MONTOUR vs AVALON
On September 14 the Ramblers went to
Avalon un quest of theur second vuctory Ruch
Manguamelle ran the kuckoff back to the Avalon
45 yard lune and the Ramblers marched down
to the gcal wuth Carl Van Huse scorung the touch
dcwn on a duve play
The Ramblers domunated play the remaun
der cf the game makung eleven flrst downs to
two for Avalon The Ramblers came out on the
long end of a 6 0 sccre for theur second vuctory
cf the season
MONTOUR vs QUAKER VALLEY
After returnung the Ramblers kuckoff to theur
own forty yard lune Quaker Valley marched
suxty yards wuth Mott scorung on a quarterback
ceuvung a Rambler punt Quaker Valley after a
sustauned druve scored agaun Mott took Man
guamelles punt and returned ut suxty yards for
another score The Ramblers scored theur only
touchdown on a pass from Kruger to Mangua
melle who ran suxty yards for the score Quaker
Valley scored uts last touchdown on a thurty yard
druve Montour dropped uts f1rst game of the
season by the score of 26 7
MONTOUR vs STOWE
Montour travelled to Stowe on September
28 but the trup turned out to be un vaun Stowe
won the toss and elected to receuve A pass
carrued from the Montour 40 to the 10 There
Stowe scored on a reverse to make the score
Late un the second quarter Stowe scored
agaun when Trummer ran Manguamelle s punt 50
yards for a touchdown Half tume score Stowe
14 Montour 0
Although the Ramblers outplayed Stowe un
the second half they fauled to score Funal score
Stowe 14 Montour 0
MONTOUR vs NEVILLE
Montour travelled to Nevulle on October 11
for uts second Class B encounter Nevulle gauned
a fast lead wuth Belloma scorung once and John
son scorung twuce By the end of the half Nevulle
had uumped to a 20 0 lead
Montour scored early un the thurd quarter
when Tom Wulluams ran 50 yards for a touch
down Vuetmeuer kucked the extra pount Nevulle
then scored three touchdowns one of whuch Bel
loma ran 95 yards The Ramblers final touch
down came on a pass from Kruger to Ruch Man
guamelle who ran 50 yards for the score The
game ended wuth the Ramblers droppung theur
thurd game for the season 41 13
MONTOUR vs AVONWORTH
On October 20 the Ramblers travelled to
Avonworth tn quest of theur thurd vuctory Stung
tng from three straught defeats the Ramblers
poured pressure on Avonworth from the start
Kruger scored on a quarterback sneak after Mon
tour marched from the 28 to the 1 yard lune The
half tume score showed Montour leadung 6 0
Carl Van Huse scored on a 81 yard run from
scrummage early un the thurd quarter for Mon
tours second touchdown Vuetmeuer added the
extra pount Tom Wulluams followed wuth a 35
yard touchdown run to end the scorung Funal
score Montour 19 Avonworth 0
MONTOUR vs BELLEVUE
Bellevue came to Montour on October 26
takung over on downs Montour capped druve
wuth Tom Wulluams scorung from the twelve yard
lune Vuetmeuer converted to make the score 7 0
Wasulko scored un the second quarter on a quar
terback sneak Falvo scored on a plunge early
un the second half The conversuon was good
Early un the fourth quarter Carl Van Huse scored
on a spectacular draw play that covered 50
yards Funal score Montour 19 Bellevue 7
MONTOUR vs SHENANGO
The last game of the season found the Ram
blers playung host to Shenango Montour was
flrst to score wuth Wasulko runnung 70 yards for
a touchdown A pass from Kruger to Wasulko
netted 46 yards and another score The Ram
blers scored twuce un the second quarter wuth
Ruch Manguamelle goung 8 yards for a score and
Tom Wulluams scorung on a 12 yard run Half
tume score-Montour 27 Shenango 0
In the thurd quarter Ray Wasulko scored
agaun on a quarterback sneak Early un the
fourth quarter Montour scored agaun when Joe
Wulbuk pucked up a fumble and ran 30 yards for
a touchdown Wuth only five seconds left to
play Frank Vuetmeuer charged over from the two
for the Ramblers flnal score Vuetmeuer converted
three tumes The score Montour 45 Shenango 13
sneak. Moroski blocked the extrcu point. Re- only to be the Ramblers fourth victim. After
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Ray Was Iko
37 vs. ' ' 21 , ,. 23 vs.
45 vs. . 42 42 vs.
., . 37 vs. .. . 40 , 72 vs. .
52 vs. 80 41 vs. '
49 vs. . . . 50 . ,, 69 vs. '
Montour . H65 vs. W. Allegheny .. 40 Montour 33 vs. Neville ,
46 vs. . 47 , 35 vs. .
.. 57 vs. . . , 58 63 vs.
32 vs. ' , , , . 44 . 59 vs.
52 vs. , , . ., 50 53 vs.
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'Ist Row: Manager E. Love, B. Krally, D. Yunish, E. Spinner.
2nd Row: R. Mongiomelle, J. Uranker, W. Kutzavich, R. Pieto, J. Rev
J. V. Scores
J r. High Basketball
ist Row: Gregor, Andrascik, Kriger, Douglas. 2nd Row: Gibson, Vietmeier, Snyder, Krally.
Mr. Birko, now entering his sixth year as
baseball coach, believes that this year's squad
can better the even record of last year's team of
4-4-i. The Ramblers are a part of the newly
formed Ohio Valley Conference for Baseball,
and Coach Birko has very high hopes of having
the first championship baseball team in the con-
With seven members missing from last
year's squad through graduation, this year's
team will be lacking in experience. But with
Coach Birko's steady guidance and persever-
ance and the very fine spirit of the team, the
boys should be ready to give a fine account of
themselves by the time the first game rolls
Best wishes to Mr. Birko and his squad for
a very successful and rewarding season.
S G bson
B K ally
Scores and Schedule
1956 BASEBALL SCORES 1957 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
5' lnnlng and
Quaker Valley Aprll 26
Avonworth April 30
Bellevue May 2
Neville May 7
Quaker Valley May
Avonworth May 16
Bellevue May 21
Nevulle May 23
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Cheerleaders Cf 1957
The cheerleaders have
always boosted the spirit of
the school. This year many
new cheers and drills were
introduced and the students
had to learn to yell "Mon-
tour" instead of "Robinson."
The cheerleaders say that
this student body has shown
fine spirit by its enthusiastic
support of each sport.
Sports demand a combination of physical To Americans, sports are more than amuse-
strength, an alert mind, enthusiasm, purpose, ment. They represent accomplishment for
and teamwork. This is a wide range of accom- which the body has to be trained, and for which
plishment, but it is one that the American people a person must apply himself to become skillful.
admire and try to achieve.
Viety goes up high for a re
Coach Russo gives his team
some good timely advice.
Ray Wasilko follows his flow
of interference around end for
some very needed yardage.
The team looks on with ex
The boys want a hit!
Sports have an appeal for almost everyone,
Next to the weather people probably talk more
about sports than about any other topic. We
talk about the coming game, and after it is over
we talk about the outcome.
But perhaps more important are the quali-
ties that sports develop in making a person a
pleasant well adapted human being. lt is no
accident that the term "sportsmanship" is ap-
plied to life in general.
Baseball gets oft to o good
start with West Allegheny
The three coaches and the
players of their respective sports
Carl hustles after the ball to
keep the game underway
Jerry goes up in an attempt
The actions heavy in the mid
dle of the line
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Mr Harold Phelps
Mr Wtlltarvw Kea ns
Mlss Annette Kerr
Mrs Lullnan Rokosku
Mr Stdney Left
for hls constant co operatuon and klnd concern
for so very many things
for beung an expe t and patlent proof reader
for dnrectlng the sennor play
for help an ralslng flnances
Mr Petredus and Mrs Obley for advnsung the sentor class
Mrs Dorothy Davns and her stat? for theur delnclaus fund ransung dlnners
Mr Matt Evans for Hull Studlos cooperatnve service
Canton Engravung Company for their engravings
Kurtz Bros for thenr prnntung and bnndung
To all the many persons who helped
so very many ways
To all our advertusers and patrons
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1161 Pune Hollow Road
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Real Estate 8- Insurance
4 East Mann Carnegie
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Carpentry General Contractor
CORAOPOLIS HARDWARE CO
1099 31 Fifth Avenue
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328 Chartners Ave
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DERAMO BEVERAGE CO
1404 Rear 1406
SCIO CHINA CO
SCHOOL FOR SECRETARIES
Speclallsts In Secretarnal Tronnung
31 West Mann Street Carnegle
BAGNATO FUNERAL HOME
McDermott PI Carnegie
CARNEGIE PAINT 8. WALLPAPER
ROBERTJ MILLER Prop
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CASTELLI S CREDIT JEWELERS
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Home Cooked Meals at Moderate Prices
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STAR SHOE STORE
Shoes for the Entire Fomnly
422 Mill Street Coroopolus Pc
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Charflers Ave McKees Rocks P
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HOWARD T LAW CO
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9 9 Chartlers Ave McKees Rocks
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'26 Char Ave
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Women and Children
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THE CORAOPOLIS RECORD
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Robert Conflentt Barber Shop
865 5th Ave
536 Chartlers Ave
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Stems Ladles Apparel
416 Mull Street
Bnshops Danry Bar
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Leonard DeFonso Realtor
137 Mann Street
Sobotas Beauty Shop
White Front Market
Recchnon s Cleanung and Taulornng
907 Fifth Ave
Louis S Fleck Enterprises
G Schulze Hardware
Tullnes Beauty Shoppe
419 Chartuers Ave
F Leo Cloeman Real Estate
Trasattl s Barber Shop
Nehus Service Station
Crest Constructing CO
Anthony and John Petrttene
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Sam P Sampson 8K Sons
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