Moon High School - Flame Yearbook (Coraopolis, PA)
- Class of 1958
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The dedication of this volume of THE FLAME to Miss Theodora Romano
is a small token when we consider the friendship, service and helpful advice
she as our sponsor has bestowed upon us throughout our high school years.
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In this geophysical year the attention of the peoples of our world has
been directed to the possibilities of reaching outer space and what
we shall find there when we are able to set men and machines down
on planets and satellites.
This presents another challenging thought. If man plans to visit as-
tronomical points, what is going to prevent the inhabitants of the
moon from returning the visit? Anticipating such a trek and scan-
ning the names on our spherical map, moon men would surely be in-
trigued to find the name of Moon High School.
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With this in mind, this volume of the Flame will be devoted to pre-
senting the story of a year at Moon High, a story which we know
would impress our visitors from outer space. How these people
might look and their means of transportation may be fantastic con-
jecture: but the account within these pages is a true picture of the
people, the classes and the activities that make our high school a
cherished Alma Mater. -
What better places could we use to make our plans to entertain our
visitors than the office of our high school principal, Mr.Brooks,
whose interest reaches out to encompass the welfare of us all and to
Room 113, which since September of 1954 has been the center of
activity for the class of 1958 because it is the home room of our
sponsor Miss Theodora Romano!
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Mr. Needham is not in picture.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Edward P. Hawes, Sr. ..... President
Mr. Carlton L. Williams .... Vice President
Mr. Russell M. Patton . . . . . . Treasurer
Mrs. Virginia Waltonbaugh . . . Secretary
Mr. Robert Van der voort ....... Solicitor
Mr. Kenneth Kern Mr. William Smith
Mr. james Needham Mr. William Stouffer
J. A. Allard
. J. H. Brooks
Assistant Supervising Principal
. joseph Siegman
Assistant Supervising Principal
. Kenneth Shaffer
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. james Crawford
Assistant High School Principal
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ROW 1: Mr. Brooks
Dr. Allard, Mr.
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Dr. I. A. Allard
B.A. Penn. State University
M.A. University of Pittsburgh .
Dr. Ed. University of Pittsburgh
Mr. J. H. Brooks Mr. James Crawford Mr. Joseph Siegman
High School Principal Assistant High School Principal Assistant Supervising Principal
Assistant Supervising Principal B.S. University of Pittsburgh B.S. Indiana State Teachers College
B.S. Indiana State Teachers College M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh
Litt. M. University of Pittsburgh
Mrs. Virginia Waltonbaugh Mrs. Gloria Belgie Miss Ruby Minton
Mr. Huckestein, Mrs. Hixson, Miss Stout, Miss Braun, Mr, Lee.
MR. IOSEPH M. LESKO MR. EUGENE DEPTA
B.S, , M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh B.S, Geneva College
Chemistry, Mathematics Biology
MRS. GRACE CRAWFORD MR. LOUIS L. GOLD
A.B. Allegheny College B.S, , M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
General Science Physics
Row 1: Mrs. Bames, Miss Lunt, Mrs. Tussey, Mrs. Andreyev.
Row 2: Mr. Sharps, Mr. Morris, Mr, Seibert, Mr. Shissler, Mr. McDaniels.
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LANGUAGE AND GUIDANCE DEPARTMENTS
MR. LEONARD HUCKESTEIN
B.A. Univ. of Pittsburgh
M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
MISS JUNE STOUT
MRS. ISABEL HIXSON
B.S, Clarion State Teachers College
MISS ELSIE E. BRAUN
B.S, Carnegie Inst. of Technology, A.B. Westminster College
M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
MR, WILLIAM H. LEE
M, A. Pennsylvania State Univ.
B. S. Indiana State Teachers College
M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
Social Studies, Guidance
MR, ROBERT SHARPS
B A Waynesburg College
MR WALTER SEIBERT
B S Indiana State Teachers College
MR ROBERT SHISSLER
A.B. Univ. of Pittsburgh
Litt, M. Univ. of Pittsburgh
MRS. EVELYN BARNES
B.S, Carnegie Institute of Tech-
MRS. HELEN TUSSEY
B, S. Millersville State Teachers
Mr Lesko Mr Depta Mrs Crawford Mr Gold
MR. LESLIE MCRRIS
B S Geneva College
B S Slippery Rock State
MISS SHIRLEY LUNT
B.A. Grove City
MRS. ZONIA ANDREYEV
A,B. Geneva College
Who Teach Guide amd
MRS, NANCY DAVIDSON MRS. BETTY MILLER
B,S, Indiana State Teachers College B,S. Indiana State Teachers College
Commercial Subjects, Secretary Commercial Subjects
MISS MARY C. ALBRIGHT MR. THADDUS KRAJEWSKI
B.B,A. Westminster College B,S, , M. Ed, Univ. of Pittsburgh
English, Commercial Subjects Commercial Subjects
Mr, McCormack, Mrs, Fryz
Mr, McFarland, Mr. Miller, Mr, Cummings
MR, THOMAS BRADY
B, S. Clarion State Teachers
MR, EDWARD P. I-IAWES
A,B. Westminster College
M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
Math, Remedial Reading
MISS ADESTA KOEPFINGER
B.S., M.Ed. , Duquesne
MR. SAMUEL PETERS
B,S, Slippery Rock Teachers
MISS THEODORA ROMANO
B. S. Indiana State Teachers
M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh
MRS. MARTHA M.
B, S, Westminster College
Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Miller, Miss Albright, Mr, KI'8j6WSkl
MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENTS
MR, WILLIAM MCFARLAND
B,S, Indiana State Teachers
MR. FRANK L. CUMMINGS
B,F,A, Carnegie Inst. of
MR, JOHN C. MILLER
B,S, Indiana State Teachers
M.Ed, Penn. State Univ.
MR, FRANCIS MCCORMACK
B,S. Penn. State College
M.A. Carnegie Inst. of
MRS, BETTY F. FRYZ
B.S. Indiana State Teachers College
Miss Romano, Miss Koepfinger, Mrs. McGinnis
Mr, Brady, Mr. Peters, Mr. Hawes
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Mr. Goss, Mr.Miller, Mr.Merges, Mr.Lebec
Mr.Harman, Mr.Kramer, Mr.Stull, Mr.Wilson
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND HOME ECONOMICS
MR. CHARLES MAYER
B.S. California State
MR. JAMES REED
B.S. , M.Equiv. Ohio
MRS. JEAN MCCORMICK
B.A. Muskingum College
MR. ELMER E. BRAUN
B.S. Carnegie Inst. of
M.Equiv. Calif. State
Ind. Arts, Mech. Drawing
MRS. MURIEL SIEBERT
B.S. Indiana State
MRS. DORIS CONRAD
B.S. Indiana State
Home Ec. , Cafeteria
Mr Karcher, Mr. Gracey, Miss King, Miss Palumbo,Mrs. Petersen,Mr. Fryz
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
MR. WAYNE GOSS
B. S. Slippery Rock State
Teachers College, M, Ed.
University of Pittsburgh
MR. EDWARD MERGES
MR. HARVEY P. HARMAN
B.S. Slippery Rock State
MR. EDWARD C. STULL
B.s. in Ed., M.Ed.
University of Pittsburgh
MR. JOHN G. MILLER
B. A. Washington State
University of Pittsburgh
MR. STEPHAN LEBEC
A.B. Eastern Kentucky
State Teachers College
MR. ALEX KRAMER
A.B. University of
MR. EDWARD WILSON
B. S. Edinboro State
Mr.Mayer, Mr.Braun, Mr.Reed,
Mrs. Siebert, Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. Conrad
HEALTH AND SAFETY DEPARTMENT
MR. BROOKS KARCHER
B.S. Geneva College
MISS WINIFRED KING
B.S. Slippery Rock
State Teachers College
MRS. MARY PETERSEN
R.N. St. John's Hospital
MR, HOWARD GRACEY
B.S. Eastern Kentucky
MISS OLGA PALOMBO
B.S. Slippery Rock
State Teachers College
MR. JOSEPH FRYZ
B.S., M.A. Eastern
Kentucky State College
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Row 1: Betlyn, Wirth, Egenlaugh, Tranter,
Pardo, Kinchen, Larkin, Clark. Row 2: Miller,
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john Urban . . . . President
John Rabbitt . . . . . vice President
Marilyn Gaydos . . . Secretary
Dale Turzak .......
Miss Theodora Romano . . . Sponsor
Row 1: Miller, Cyrilla, Smith, Wilson, Trunick, Coyne, Almacy, O'Nora, Row 2:
Barone, Palitti, Wilson, Messner, Mata, Sanko, Schutzman, Frye. Row 3: Fisher,
Potts, O'Rourke, Steinmetz, Shelton.
Row 1: Dickey, Milligan, Holsinger, Buzza, Hoover, Celio, Graff, Myers. Row 2: DeLutis,
McLean, Conley, Trapp, Waltenbaugh, Cook. Row 3: Mullaugh, Massung, Killip, Shimer,
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Rudge, Alexander, Klixbull, Yaksetic. Row 3: Popovic, Wiant, Clark, Lego, Riggle, Crea, Row 4:
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Row 1: Page, Grimm, Bostaph, Audia, Patterson, Miller, Almacy, Rank. Row 21 Egenlauf, Cain,
Swager, Fiore, Dunmire, Cheuvront, Row 3: Gastner, Simmons, Remmert, Vidmar.
Row 1: l-letzer, Latta, Habenicht, Baun, Hein-
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Venanzio, Gardner, Barrackman, Jones, Stitsel.
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Row 1: MacDonald, Rao, Miller, Hollowell,
Headly, Soderquist, Krommes, Heininger,
Row 2: McCorkle, Gillis, Snell, Breadhal,
D'Amico, Thompson. Row 3: Hastings, Kern,
Campbell, Dudeck, Gittens, Severs. Row 4:
Baldwin, Tannehill, Newman, Santucci, Cald-
well, Pickens. Row 5: Andrick.
Row 1: McKenna, Hewitt, Fetsko, Harper, Mor-
ten, Gordon, Titus, Schneeman, Row 2: Powell
Brackus, Huffman, Stewart, Hunter, Delancey,
Row 3: Knoll, Schulenberg, Mitchell, Hudnal,
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2: Swadlo, Wana, McCall, O'Rourke, Hemp-
hill, Schnelzer, Row 3: Doughty, Hartman,
Lightner, Jarmulowski, Josaf, Smonko, Row
4: Gray, Carter, Williams, Haney, Laird,
Potts. Row 5: Urban, Kennelly, Chick, Con-
Cluby mm' Colon
Noss, Grimm, Pierce, Cook, Butera,
Walker, Liptak, Rosignoli, Row 2: Cunning-
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ry, Padgett, Saveno.
Row 1: Wright, Coombs, McCu1laugh, Kam-
merdiener, Soda, Dame, Ward, Kolesar. Row
2: Bums, Heinlein, Foster, Ballard, Goodnight,
Shefflar. Row 3: Srubb, Pavalakovich, Booth,
Saskas, Phillips, Kruppa, Row 4: Iarmulowski,
Semencar, Walls, Caro, Nemeth, Magnus. Row
5: McEwen, Mclntosh, Boor, Starry, Hann.
Richard Santucci . . . President
Schaper, Moxin, Doughty, McGregor,
Straker, Highman, Bolea, Smith. Row 2: Mc-
Mullin, Wood, Kennedy, Manion, Mapel, Bums
Wagoner, Kopsa, Cluelow, Bosetti,
Wentz, Row 4: Ladesic, Freeman,
rr: Frank Yusi . . . . . Vice President
,Q4:1f':,, . Wenda Miller . . Secretary
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Stephen, Caponicchi, Kaufman, Topcher.
Row 2: Cain, Harriger, Julius, Gould, Hor-
ner, Adams. Row 3: Lekos, McArd1e, Mc-
Lean, Valensky, Aber, Scaletto, Row 4:
Wrant, Smith, Frame, Kellar, Pottorff, Row
5: Carnvale, Svat, Perrier, Goss, Frye. Row
6: Harvard, Bedick, Tator, Caldwell.
Row 1: Kramer, Call, Kennedy, Miller,
Fratangelo, Early, Eckley, Curry. Row
2: Uhrine, Rudge, Fenemore, Wadsworth
Small, Holden. Row 3: Anderson, Rudg,
Walls, Bar, Feath. Row 4: Ropes, Inches
Caper, McLean, Shomo, Ault, Row 5:
Dempsey, Muchos, Omlor, Kissinger,
Row 1: Eberle, Rosetti, Littler, Rehin,
Weber, Mushalansky, Dean, Snyder. Row
2: Page, Messner, Rody, Woodruff, Malone
Karl. Row 3: Frank, Lockerbie, Rodgers,
McCaudana, Wana, Stuckwish, Row 4:
McEthaney, Cappola, Killip, Shome,
Kavanagh, Rank, Hogne. Row 5: Stakes,
McKenna, Hayes, Kness, Honchorek.
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CLASS OFFICE RS
Fred Sacco . . . . . President
David Hayes ..... Vice President
Charlotte Bosetti . . . Secretary
Robert Conti . . . . Treasurer
Row 1: Lang, Cyrilla, Currie, Glum, Schively, Tilly, Larkin, Pershines. Row 2: Howells, Shannon, Borden,
Iurena, Hoover, Young. Row 3: McNay, Campbell, Foster, Beitsinger, Mossey, Dwyer. Row 4: Wolf, Rut-
ledge, Caruso, Hinzman, Gitters, Patterson, Row 5: Lunn, Smith. Row 6: Barone.
Row 1: Botkin, Pierce, Holmes, McCutcheon,
Yarger, Collins, Anderson, Gereg, Row 2:
withee, Lentz, Smith, Hoskins, Lentz, l-lann,
Boden, Row 3: Circone, Blystone, Potts, Ward,
Schmidt, Thomas, Aulback,
Row 1: Kulchak, Zak, Lewis, Vidmar, Haw-
tree, Creighton, Taylor, Coros. Row 2:
Brown, Moon, Hoskinson, Trimber, Kinchen
Bell. Row 3: Patterson, Sevens, Klewepeter
Josef, Younguest, Newman, Row 4:! Eger,
PHHCUOV. Diday, Babilon, McBride. Row 5:
Noss, Bostaph. Row 6: Sacco, Karto, Price,
Row 1: Kristoff, O'Neil, Heinlein, Fleck,
Tagliafcrri, Rossi, Beale, Habenicht, Row
2: Frisch, Rogers, Ward, Thompson, Atch-
eson, Mathie, Row 3: Darrah, Evanko,
Minch, College, Donaldson, Jefferies. Row
4: Walls, Conti, Venanzio, Croyle, Leich,
Kolonie, Row 5: Neilson, Kneuffner,
Row 1: Sella, Mease, Clark, Crognale, Johnston,
Helder, Sleasman, Hoge, Row 2: Massung,
Price, Maxim, Sallberger, Kenlock, Eberle. Row
3: Kruppa, Gastner, Runciman, Miller, Kenley,
Curran. Row 4: Keson, Ondrasik, Malone, Git-
tins, Row 5: Childs, Spotsky, Bell, Gardner,
Hitt. Row 6: Dunn, Sheets.
Row 1: Mechtel, Russell, Petrie, Eger, Cummlsky, Helblg, Highman, Baker. Row 2: Drake,
Albert, Rich, Corbett, Hudson, H.Gray. Row 3: Petersen, M.Gray, Brown, Mitchell,
Quarles, Klass. Row 4: Hartman, Frye, Elliott, Carrodus, White, McGrath. Row 5:
Hornlcek, Barone, Hobbs, Murdock, Goss, Young. Row 6: Dtmmire, Hainley, Wiley.
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Row 1: Conklin, Kinnear, Cummings, Miller,
R.Pierce, Creese, K.Dunn, Galloway, Row 2:
Sherman, Venanzio, Tranter, Wolfe, George,
Aulbach. Row 3: Dilisio, D.Dunmire, Bell,
Davidson, .Ll-Ieiliman, Tilly, Row 4: Weight-
man, Ebert, Gittins, Hoover, Hartrick. Row 5:
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CLASS OFFICERS 'WIS
Allan Shocoski . . . President
Martin Ploy. . . . Vice President
Meride1Bero1a . . . Secretary
Malcolm Turzak . . . Treasurer
Mr. Sharps . . . . Sponsor
Home in Moon Hazllf
Row 1: Scalettl, Schosky, Severs, Quinn, Gar-
land, Davis, Laufried, McKendry. Row 2: Pierce,
Campbell, Weber, Fauntteroy, Iellison, Betlyn,
Row 3: G.Moser, Link, Egger, Davidson. Cuteri,
Wadsworth. Row 4: Lee, Phillips, Jureva, Jones,
Meyer. Row 5: I.Hoge, Nasa, Bates, Popvic,
Row 1: Butera, Yusi, Bell, Bates, Dickson, De-
Nasso, Litterinl, Hetzer. Row 2: Mazurek, Witt,
Berola, Rodgers, Schmidt, Sevin. Row 3: Mc-
Clure, Kramet, Gebhart, Svat, King, Duhamel,
Row 4: Olson, Mytinger, Miller, Higgins, Glass,
DeLutis. Row 5: Ralston, Poppinger, Steiner,
Ward, Row 6: Kleis, Solano, Moser, Shacoski.
Row 1: Curry, Goodnight, Bostaph, Baker, McCormack, Turzak, Schulenberg, Hunter
Row 2: Sacco, Woods, Kennelly, Trunick, Saunders, Brooks. Row 3: Seigman, Camp
bell, Scott, Walls, Santucci, Sonnett. Row 4: McCaslin, McCormick, Sullivan, Paton
Griffith. Row 5: Ayres, Babik, Morris, Bonanza, Ploy,
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Row 1: Moxin, Clark, Udvari, Knotts, Creese,
Frazee, Boden, Bell. Row 2: Foster, Franc, Wolfe,
Kammerdeiner, Palsa. Row 3: Cregs, Harper, -
Deramo, Krommes, Barlosch, Bostram, Brown.
Row 4: Gregoritch, Thompson, Cowles, Portman,
Haney, Wendel. Row 5: Kenley, Dickey, Par-
sons, Ramsey. Row 6: Rudolph.
Row 1: L.Neison, I.Goodnight, Zalensky,
Crognale, Oesterling, Ellison, Bosetti,
Thompson. Row 2: Moorby, Kissinger,
Doughty, Littler, Altenburgh, Pfoff, Row
3: Potts, Neely, Breedlove, Young, Bry-
ant, Sella. Row 4: MacLean, Wirth,
Miller, Hixson, Blystone, Holmes. Row
5: Pickens, Linn, Hanley, Morrison.
Row 1 Malnak Lewis Hood
Mazurek Barwell Hoskins
lunge, Kennedy. Row 2. Golasz,
McCausland, Edmundson, Walls,
Walters, Prunty, Row 3: Hein- '-v Q.-
lein, Fahrny, Karl, Dye, Hast-
ings, Christian. Row 4: Miller,
Phillips, Young, Dunn, Getz,
Jones. Row 5: Thomas, Urban. S
Honors Awmfdg Am' A V . .
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Mr. Lee, Wood, Gillis, Snell, Popp, McCorkle, Kern
IOAN CAPONECCHI AWARD
This year Susan Snell was the girl to have amassed the most citizen-
ship points during her junior high years to win the coveted Joan Capon-
ecchi Award. For the boys there was a tie when Ronald Popp and Robert
Liebermann had the same number of points. Robert Liebermann, how-
ever, received his award in absentia because he is attending State College
High School this year. Those who were close runners up were Betty Wood,
Evelyn Gillis, Robert McCorkle and John Kem.
Mr. Lee in presenting the awards represents the Class of 1953 who
founded the Joan Caponecchi Award in memory of their classmate who
died during her freshman year.
The class wished in establishing this memorial to encourage junior
high school students to seek the scholastic and extracurricular achieve-
ment that were the goals of Ioan's short life.
OUR ABLE YOUTH AND A GOOD CITIZEN
Fred Churchill came our a winner in the Able Youth Tests given in Pittsburgh. Placing in this group
means that Fred ls eligible 'to apply for a scholarship to a Pittsburgh district college should he choose one
of these schools as his future Alma Mater.
Diane Celio was elected as Moon's Good Citizen of 1958.
The Jacob Ferree Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution each year asks the faculty
and seniors of the local high schools to choose a good citizen on the basis of school service standing,
loyalty and patriotism. These girls are entered in a nationwide test on civil and government problems.
These girls are also the Chapter's guests of honor at one of their meetings.
Congratulations to Fred and Diane!
BAUSCH AND LOMB WINNER Padgett
Each year an accredited high school is priv-
ileged to bestow the Bausch and Lomb medal
upon the member of the senior class who has
maintained the best grades in science during the
high school career. Paul Padgett of this Class of
1958 has achieved this honor.
Also as a result of this success Paul repre-
sented Moon High in the science quiz held at
Moon High School.
OUR MR. MILLER
A very important person to the successful op-
eration of the Moon Schools is Mr. Clarence
Miller, who contracts the many buses that trans-
port our more than 2000 students to and from
school. He and his corps of drivers have our
gratitude for a job so very well done for so many
This year Mr. Crawford, assistant high school
principal took over the supervision of buses and
joins Mr. Miller in the task of keeping our bus
service at a peak performance.
Mr. Crawford, Mr. Miller
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Gridiron Heroef Gai OW fpoffif
Tigers and Rivermen mix lt up.
Rao, Trimber, Venanzio, Colledge,
Gould, Tarquinio, R. Popp, Trunlck, Colangelo, Kinchen,
Rabbitt, Hann, S.Popp, Wadsworth, Manna, Santucci,
McCorkle, Fagan, Mucha, Fleck, Pittinger, Leech,
VICTORY WAS OURS
A winning season is quite difficult
to achieve. Many hardships befront a
gridiron squad during the course of a
season. Our boys suffered this year
from injuries to key players, and the
flu epidemic practically cleared the
bench. The boys still worked hard and
cooperated with one another to mold a
well balanced team. There were no
heroes or stars, but boys whowere just
as proud to block as to score a touch-
down. The student body and faculty
made an all out effort to raise the spirit
throughout the school. Fans were well
presented at all games and when the
team took to the field they knew they
had full support. Many times the
teams they played were considerably
huskier, but our squad had the needed
spirit to bring home a victory for its
we, the seniors, offer congratulations
for a job well done.
many fans. To the squad and coaches,
Off Z0 az VWMMMCQ tswfbliff
Potts, Wheeler, Rao.
Myers, Welghtman, Turzak, Sacco, Karo.
O'Nell, Bames, Bochan, Kennelly, Potts.
Yusl, Patterson, Schlenburg, Kurto.
Moon 30.. . .
Moon 18.. . .
Moon 33 ,,,,
Neville 6 .... The Tigers began the football season with an explosive
start, as Dave Welghtman, Allen Colledge, and John Meyers formed
a devastating ground attack which the Rivermen could not surpass.
North Allegheny 6 .... Moon emerged victorious in lts first league
tilt as the North Allegheny Tigers were unable to stop the spectacular
runnlng of Phil Colangelo who raced 70 yards for a touchdown.
Stowe 6 .,., Moon Tigers gained its third consecutive victory, its sec-
ond over Class A opponents and its flrst ln the Blg Ten Conference to a
standlng-room only. Crowds watched Dave Weightman and Steve Popp
stampede the Stallions.
Camegle 28 .... The Little Tartan's Ron Hatcher proved too much for
Moon's injury-rlddled team as Camegle rallied behind a six to nothing
defeat to win by a comfortable margin,
West Allegheny 12 .... Bouncing back from a spanking at the hands of
Carnegie, Moon edged a determined lndlan team wlth the excellent
broken field running, and the point after touchdown ldcldng of Steve
Popp and lack O'Nell provldlng the margin of victory.
Dormont 13 .... Capltallzlng on three Dormont
fumbles, the Tigers roared from behind, scoring
two touchdowns ln the flnal quarter on the pass-
ing arm of Dave Welghtman as Moon's defensive
unit led by Ron Popp, George Tarqulno, andlack
Patterson recovered Bulldog's miscues .... P0pp's
ln the second quarter of play in which he rambled
75 yards for a touchdown.
Brentwood 12 .... Making use of its excellent running backs, the Tigers
combination of Steve Popp, Dave Welghtman, John Meyers, and Allen
Colledge, rocked up a total of 188 yards rushing with Dave scoring
three times and Steve once.
Hopwell 14 .... Balancing the serles at seven games each, Moon's
Tigers opposed a fighting Hopewell squad as Dave Weightman starred
. . . . gaining total of 176 yards lndlvldually.
Coraopolls 0 .... Moon's mud clad Tigers scored over a fired up Corry
team. Nelson Wadsworth made a spectacular dlvlng finger-tipped
catch of Allen Colledge's pass for the TD,
Mr . Gracey
Mr . Peters
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Aaizm I-Ionmff Am' Awami!
"Coot," Dale, and "Tark. "
The "Big Ten Conference" was
formed during the '56 campaign,
Three Moon High players
were chosen for the All-Star
Team by the Big Ten Football
Conference. The honors went
to Allen Colledge, Dale Tur-
zak and George Tarquinio.
and until now has existed on a
temporary basis. ln the '59 sea-
son it will be completely activa-
ted. A trophy, which will be
awarded to the team having the
best record, will remain in that
school for one year.
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The Lions Club of Coraopolis
honored the three district
and Neville--when they pre-
sented trophies to a team
composed of outstanding
players from the three teams.
Trophies were presented to
Dave Weightman as the Out-
standing Back and to Dale
Turzak the Outstanding Line-
man of the district.
Moon s charging Tigers
At a dinner the All Confer
ence Team IS selected. Moon
had two players on the squad last
season, and this time due to the
successful season obtained three
positions on the team.
Schools that make up this
Conference are Carnegie, Cora-
opolis, Crafton, Dormont, Mc-
Kees Rocks, Montour, Moon,
Quaker Valley, Stowe and West
We've got the ball! Full speed ahead! Weightman and Turzak
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Row 1 Popp, Hann, Fullard, Neal, O'Nei1, Lauderbaugh
Row 2 Hughes, Pittenger, Turzak, Tator, Padgett, Hixson, Trunick, Mr. Fryz
Knoll, E.Siegman, Bossetti, Padgett, Murphy, Thompson, Popp
The bright spot in this year's basketball
season came from the tremendous suc-
cess of the junior high squad. The var-
sity teams fell below expectations with
all the breaks seeming to elude them.
They provided, however. many exciting
moments for their supporters who never
gave up hope . We are hoping that in the
near future a winning varsity squad can
be produced .
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Moon . . 36
Moon . . 29
Moon . . 41
Moon . . 27
Moon . . 37
Moon . . 33
Moon . . 39
Moon . . 26
Moon . . 40
Moon . . 39
Moon . . 27
Moon . . 46
Moon . . 51
Moon . . 43
Moon . . 32
Moon . . 24
Ambridge . . .
Alllquippa . . .
Coraopolis . . .
McKees Rocks .
Coraopolis . . .
McKees Rocks .
Row 1: Conti, Wolf, McCormick, Brooks, Miller, K.
Slegman, Colledge. Row 2: Mr.Gracy, Ploy, Bedick,
Neilson, Mucha, Koline, Venancio, Heinzman.
'Moon . .
St. Veronica . .
McDonald . . .
Carnegie . . .
Midway . . .
Burgettstown . .
West View . . .
Quaker Valley .
McKees Rocks .
Coraopolis . . .
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Quaker Valley .
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Our golf team has obtained through the years
the most impressive record of wins . Last sea-
son our team again reigned as section champs ,
losing only to Sharon in the play-off.
LAST SEASON 'S SENIORS
Seated: Shacoski, Mr. Selgman. 2nd Row: Williams, Vernocy, Baker.
Baseball, America's No. l pas-
time, returned to the list of Moon's
sports three years ago after anabsence
of several years . Mr. McDaniel
coached the team its first season.
The team obtained a record of three
wins while suffering four defeats.
The following season Mr. Lebec
replaced Mr. McDaniel as coach.
The question mark was in the catch-
ing staff . The heavy rains and damp-
ness halted outdoor practices and
caused postponement of the first few
games . The team scored well in its
games and provided many exciting
moments . The season ended with a
total of three wins against five defeats .
With the retum of eleven veter-
ans. including four seniors, Mr. Le-
bec ls expecting the most successful
season yet. He is strengthening his
mound staff and is planning to field
a team of heavy hitters . We agree
with Mr. Lebec and are hopeful for a
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Mr. Stull, Dunn, Ropos, Urban.
jack Vernocy, the No. 1 man, set a new record while winning
the W.P.I.A. L. and tied for lst in the state: jack received one
of the best scholarships offered by Penn State University. Jim
Williams, the No. 2 man, is now golfing at Lehigh University.
Former coach, Mr. Seigman, has turned over his coaching
duties to Mr. Stull. Mr. Stull is building the '58 squad around
seniors john Urban, Joseph Ropos, and Richard Dunn. We are
confident that these seniors have experience and drive to produce
another perfect season. You can be assured that Mr. Stull will
quickly assume the winning ways of Mr. Seigman.
f " Seated: Lauderbaugh, Turzak, Tagliaferi, O'Neil,
R. POPP- Bossetti, Caro. 2nd Row: Mr. Lebec,
Yakseric, S. Popp, Meyers, Sacco, Seigman.
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Our track team is looking forward to
the best season in its short existence.
The retum of a tremendous number of
experienced lettermen to the team
should help guide the remainder of the
team to a successful campaign. Last
season more boys became interested
in track and joined the team filling in
the capacity for which they were best
fitted. This brought about a well-
balanced squadg and thus the team had
a winning season. Coach Merges and
the student body are enthusiastic, and
they expect the win column to be larg-
er this season.
D. Goodnight and J. Mucha.
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Evanko, Cramer, Bortel. Row 2: Laughner, Newman, O'Rourke, Mucha, Trimber,
Colangelo, Colledge, Bedick, Potts, Wadsworth. Row 3: Moon, B.Fennimore, R.
Martin, I-lixon, D.Martin, Woodruff, Kimmel, Mr.Merges.
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believe that many fold are the results of the activities conducted on these tloors. We cannot all represent our school on the
gridiron, court, or trackg but we can be good and healthy spectators.
Better spectators are developed for sports events because we enjoy more that which we understand. The rudiments of
sports are taught as a part of "gym" instructions.
Secondly, it is in these classes that our athletes get their first knowledge of the requirements to be a team member.
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The News Of UW School B
JUNIOR FLAME STAFF TRYOUTS
Let it not be said that the Moon High story is not told in
many ways. The biggest item in the journalistic en-
deavors is THE FLAME. A member of the Pennsylvania,
National, and Columbia School Press Associations, the
last year's Flame won honors in all three. The Flame
Staff is composed of seniors with Miss Braun as adviser.
A group of juniors has been selected to work with the sen-
iors . Those who fulfill the requirements will be ready to
head next year's staff.
Row 1: Kroboth, Hood, Habenicht, Baun, Miller.
Row 2: Wiant, Stouffer, Dickey, Rudge, Crea.
i i MOON HIGH NEWS, a column printed in the Coraopolis
f , . , 4. Record each week, is perhaps the most far reaching of
v s p our news dispensers . Johanna Schutzman and Beverly
.3 x..c....-,va-'IM' ,, Honchorek have served as reporters for the twenty-third
volume of NEWS of Moon High.
SCHOOL SCRAMBLES, is a monthly report of our activ-
ities and appears in the Moon Township Bulletin, a local
paper distributed to all township residents. Fred Church
ill is reporter for this third volume of School Scrambles .
Beverly Honchorek has assumed the typing duties.
MOON HIGH NEWS Miss Braun serves as adviser to both these groups of
re porters .
It has become the custom to keep class mem-
bers informed of special class business via a
special class publication. THE SENIOR
SCROLL, or JUNIOR JOURNAL and SOPHO-
MORE SCENES as it has been known in form-
er years, with Miss Romano as adviser has
served well the Class of '58 in this capacity. ,58 SCRAP BOOK
SENIOR SCROLL Row 1: Dempsey, Hickey, Honchorek.
Row 2: Elliott, Kozar, Garren, Rabbitt,
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Our Scrap Book supervised
by Diane Celio and Judith
Milligan under the guid-
ance of Miss Romano con-
tains pictures and souvenirs
of our activities during our
six years at Moon High.
Now it is to be found in
room 113, and Miss Romano
promises to keep it in her
custody to be brought out
especially for class reunions .
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Moon Union High Schoigler Shining' Coraopolis , Pa.
Lauderbaugh, Lightner, Lipps, Haruick, Alexander, Steinmetz.
Moon Beams brings forth the news of the school each
week. It has been doing its job faithfully week in and week
out for each school term for the past 24 years.
This paper is made up by the joumalism clss students
and the staff of editors under the supervision of their advisor,
Mr. H. R. Shissler.
Moon Beams this year has again won the N.S.P.A. award.
It has also won the Keystone award for the first time since
Goss, Semencar, Dunmire, Tilly, Gasrner, Krommes.
" Ever Shining"
Published Weekly By The Journalism Class
Moon Union High School, Coraopolis, Pa.
592 per copy
Mailed Subscription Rate--Sl. 50 per year
National Scholastic Press Association
All-American Award, 1952, 1954, 1955,
Pennsylvania School Press Association
Keystone Award, 1954
NEWS EDITORS ...... Jane Alexander
. . . . . . Marcia Hartrick
FEATURES . . . ....... Betty Lipps
. . . . Mary Ann Moreland
SPORTS. . . . . . Bill Lauderbaugh
. . . . . .Charles Lightner
BUSINESS. . . . . Wanda Kroboth
EXCHANGE ....... Margaret Dunmire
EDITORIAL LAY-OUT . . Starre Steinmetz
TYPISTS ........... Dinah Betlyn
. . . . . . . . . .Elaine Castellan
Arnold Goss, Judy Semencar
Standing: Lauderbaugh, Steinmetz, Rabov-
sky, Clark, Vesta, Kroboth, Hartrick, Bal-
lard, Rugani, Lipps. Seated: Lightner,
Harper, Doughty, Alexander.
Honon foozonof Clonno On ifiononncg finden if
Row 1: McMechen, Myers, Kroboth, Rudge, Stouffer, Alexander, Frame, Dickey. Row 2: Churchill, King, Gaydos, Miller, Hickey, Myers, Holsinger,
Celio. Row 3: Honchorek, Castellan, Tribby, Dempsey, DeLutis, Patton, Garten, Kavanagh, Cook, Waltonbaugh, Jellison, Buzza, Milligan.
Nolzonol Honor foczoly
On February 7 twenty-one students were tapped for membership in the Moon High chapter of the National Honor Society.
Representing ten percent of the class of 1958 and five percent of the class of 1959, these people, chosen by a secret faculty
rating on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership and service, were inducted by those members elected during their
junior year. Mr. Brooks and Miss Braun, the group sponsor, participated in this service .
A covered dish dinner and a trip to the Pittsburgh Playhouse has become the annual social function of the group. A
school news letter sent to alumni in the service or in college is one of the service projects of the Moon National Honor So-
Row 1: Brooks, Curry, McCormack, Seigman, Bates, Fauntleroy. Row 2: Litterini, Wett, Berola, Baker, Petersen, Schakoski, Eger, Albert, McCormick,
Ploy. Row 3: Goss, Wiant, Svat, Minch, Stephan, Horner, Mathie, Keller, McCausland. Row 4: Ault, Bosetti, Tagliaferri, Dunn, Hogue, Heininger,
Rody, Fabec, Lekas, Kinchen, Croyle, Caponecchi, Bedick, Scaletto, Venanzio, Howells, Coros, Brown, Cain, Franme, McArd1e, Killip,
fnnzor Noizonol Honor foczoly
The Moon chapter of the junior National Honor Society held its formal induction service on February 14 at which time
thirty-eight new members, eight and ninth graders, were tapped by the group who had been chosen during their eighth grade
year. Chosen in the same manner and following the same rules for eligibility as the Senior Society, the members of the
junior group have undertaken several projects with the purpose of increasing scholastic interests and school spirit. Mr.Lee
sponsors this group.
finden if Govern ffm Council
Row l: Colledge, Celio, Waltonbaugh.
Row 2: Mr. Brooks, Kavanaugh, Raihall,
Dickey, Mullaugh, Trapp, Hafer, Garren,
Patton, Churchill, Kolinie. Row 3: Tar-
quinio, Pirtinger, Hixson, Bell, Heinlein,
Dickey, Hood, Drake, Venanzio, DiMeo.
Row 4: Vennari, Moxin, Grannis, Phillips,
Rao, Grubb, Kruppa, McMullen, Smith,
Christner, Bailey, McCorkle.
The government at Moon is in
the hands of students elected by
the student body. The Senate,
comprised of seniors and repre-
rooms, and the House, consisting
homerooms , hold separate legis-
lation brought up in the individual
Row 1: Mr.Lee, Acheson, Littler, Coros, Colledge. Row 2: Hornicek, Schulenburg, Scott, Croyle, Horn-
er, Blystone, Nolte, Neilson, Fauntleroy, Kristof, Cappola. Row 3: Trunick, Brown, Caldwell, Svat, Mc-
Lean, Tator, Curran, Delisio, T.Hunter, DeLutis. Row 4: Comiskey, Litterini, Hunter, Moxin, Crognale,
Deramo, Evanko, Kriger, Gardner, Di.Meo, Aber.
POPP- Mr. Miller, Bowers, Almacy,
Each year an election is held
to let the entire student body select
members to the judiciary body of
the school. Individual students in
senior high school are eligible to
compete for positions on the court.
The Student Court hears cases of
misbehavior and law-breaking in
school. The defendents are tumed
over to the Court by the hall patrol
or another authorized authority, and
the court surveys the case and
weightman' Larkin' Adair. and Mr. Row 1: Myers, Kavanaugh, Patton, Dempsey, Holsinger, Pardo, Row 2: Dickey, Celio, Hafer, Hickey, Elliott
Crawford- Knot in picture Caldwell, Graff, Kozar, Row 3: Gaydos, Larkin, King, Almacy, Hoover, Miller. Row 4: Turzak, Urban, Mullaugh, Good
The hall patrol acts as the law
enforcers of the school. At the
end of the junior year the faculty
chooses qualified students, and
the Student Council selects from
this group of eligible students.
Hall guards keep order and silence
in the halls . They have the au-
thority to turn violators over to the
Student Court. 44
night, Bowers, Gray. Standing:Co1ledge, Mr, Crawford, Cook, DeLutis, Garren, Padgett, Churchill, Raihall,
Weightman, Tarquinio, Waltonbaugh, Koline.
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of representatives from junior high
fiudeni COW! Ami Vmfzbm Pamfoli
A new group has been initiated this year.
These girls, known as guidance host-
esses, assist Miss Braun and Mr.Lee,
our guidance counselors . Each period
one of these girls serves in the guidance
office where she greets visitors, runs
special errands and assists the counse-
lors in any way their services can be used
Seated: Kozar, Hanley, Hickey, Franc,
Frame. Standing: Clark, Riggle, Borden,
Heinlein, Dickey, Tribby, Milligan, Hart-
man, Adair, McMechen and Soderquist.
Not present for the picture: Coll, Minch,
M.A.Jellison, Omlor, Schutzman, Elliott,
Dickinson, Henning, Gaydos, I.Jellison.
CA F ETERIA PATROL
A group that deserves our special thanks is the Cafeteria Patrol. Under the
supervision of Miss King these people divided into three groups assume var-
ious responsibilities for the care of and conduct in the cafeteria or halls dur-
ing the three lunch periods .
nett, Noss, Zak,
Sitting: Kisow, Atcheson, Thompson,
Venanzio, Helder, Heiliman, Gastner,
Johnston, Habenicht, Wolfe, DeLislo,
Sheets, Childs, Runciman. Standing:
O'Neil, Withee, Gardner, Sherman,
Ebert, Griffith, Schmidt, Murphy,
Seated: Kruppa, Magnus, Rowe, Fersko,
P.Jarmalowski, Grannis, Braekus, Hewitt,
Llarmalowski, Josef, Gardner, Audia,
Baun. Standing: Smith, Boot, Hunter,
Heinlein, J. Kruppa, Dennis Henning.
neri, Dehl, Fish-
Mitchell, Behling, Crea, Bortle, G.Lottes,
Cbmfm Emma ble Glee Club
Row 1: Hood, Heilein, Kruppa, McCullough, Gillis, J.Woodruff, Kramer, Cunningham, Vidmar, Campbell, Santucci, McCorkle, Dickinson, Butler,
Hewitt, Dickey, Hafer, Patton, Row 2: Kavanagh, Lovy, Neely, Magnus, McMechan, Swadlow, Rowe, Dempsey, McGregor, Stewart, Ropos, Bosetti,
Schulenburg, McDonald, McKenna, Joseph, Barrackman, Ramsey, Svat. Row 3: Tranter, Trunick, Titus, Rao, Holsinger, Pardo, Kammerdiner, Boot,
Wadsworth, Schriber, Glass, Wentz, Snell, Rank, P,Iarmalouski, Llarmalouski, Bell, Jones. Row 4: Tribby, Almacy, Miller, Sacco, Hoover, Yoder
Schofield, King, Croyle, Cook, E,Woodruff, Barnes, Hixon, Garren, Glatz, Dennis, Hickey, Phillips, Baun, J.Heinlien, Camp,
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SEXTETTE King, Holsinger, Heinlein, Baun, l-lafer, Patton.
Moon's music groups are sec-
ond to none in the "we-point-to-
with-pride" department at Moon
High. Under the most capable di-
rection of Mrs. Betty Fryz the sen-
ior choral groups presented the an-
nual Christmas concert, "Holiday
Sunburst" in a stage setting de-
signed by Mr. Jack Miller.
This year the chorus raised
money for pins, jackets, and the
annual banquet held in the spring
to honor the senior members.
Their projects were a bake sale
and telephone directories .
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Peggy Tribby and john Schulenberg
were chosen to represent Moon at the
Western District Festival in February.
An additional project this year was
the operetta "Babes in Toyland" pre-
sented on the night of February 7. This
marked the first musical since 1955.
Row 1: Hood, S. Heinlein, Tribby, Kavanagh, Dickey, Myers, Bell, Hewitt, Hafer. Row 2: Lovy,
King, Gillis, Croyle, Neely, Baun, Ll-Ielnlein, Hickey, Dennis, McKenna, Patton, Myers. Row 3:
Kruppa, Holsinger, Sacco, Miller, Phillips, McConnell, Wentz.
Row 1: Kammerdiner, McGregor, Vidmar, Campbell, Santucci, McCork1e. Row 2: Cun
ningham, Stewart, Ropos, Bosetti, Schulenberg. Row 3: Cramer, Boor, Wadsworth, Schri
ber, Glass. Row 4: J.Woodruff, Cook, E.Woodruff, Bames, Hixson, Garren.
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Row 1: Kavanagh, S.Heinlein, Rao, Holsinger, Cramer, Vidmar, Schulenberg, McCorkle, Rank, Dickey, Hafer, Phillips, Myers. Row 2: Sacco, Titus,
Tranter, Rowe, Trunick, Hood, Croyle, Stewart, Boor, Ropos, Campbell, Glass, MacDonald, Snell, Hewitt, Dickerson, Hickey, Patton. Row 3: Mc-
Mecean, Schofield, Tribby, Yoder, King, Cook, E.Woodruff, Hixon, Garren, Svat, Wentz, Glatz, Dennis, Baun, l.Heil11SiH.
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Berola, Lucci, McClure, Schmidt, Kramer, Gebhart, Borden, Bell, Steiner, Poppenger, Glass, Moon. Row 3: Coros, Saveno, Hoskinson, Miller, Mc-
Bride, Duhamel, Josaf, Fabec, Grannis, Ralston, King, Taylor, Svat, Topscher. Row 4: Ward, Goss, Fullard, Harvard, Price, Cleis, Kurto, Sacco,
Pancirov, Bostaph, Eger, Svat, Creighton, Hetzer, Brown, Perrier, Dickson, and Mazurek.
THE JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
The junior High Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Frank Cummings, has experienced a very successful year. ln compe-
tition at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania last spring, they claimed second place as an outstanding choral group of Pennsylvania. To
secure funds for their many activities, including the purchase of their robes, they have sold cookies and donuts during the
lunch hours, and Stanley products.
Other appearances included the P.T.A. Christmas program, Christmas caroling at the airport and program for Rotary club
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Row 1: Myers, Larkin. Row 2 Demp
sey. Row 3: O'Nora, Trunick, Coyne, Messner, Botkin, Delancey
Row 4: Betlyn, Castellan, O'Rouke, Egenlauf, Tranter, Riggle, Kav
anaugh, Almacy. Row 5: Milligan, Celio, Tribby, Hickey, Dickey
Yoder, Schofield, Beaman, Honchorek, Manko. Row 6: Holsinger,
Patton, Wirth, Smith, Barone, Cyrilla, R.Miller, Palitti, Wana
Moreland, Elliot, Conley. Row 7: Buzza, Gaydos, Graff, Hoover
King, Hafer G Miller Miss Albright
Row 1: Hood. Row 2: Rudge, Frame, Tilly. Row 3: Myers,
Adair, Baun, Rabovsky, J.Kroboth. Row 4: Audia, Dickin-
son, Almacy, Gardener, DiMeo, W.Kroboth, S. Heinlein.
Row 5: Gilligan, Bell, Barrackman, Vesta, R. Lottos, G. Lot-
tos, Camp, Glatz, Habenicht. Row 6: Miller, Hetzer, Svat,
J.Heilein, Fiore, Egenlauf, Dunmire, Cain, Latta, Hart-
rick, Gaydos. Row 7: B.Jones, D.Jones, Klixbull, Croyle,
Mclviechen, Stouffer, Krauss, Dennis, Wegner, Alexander,
Row 1: Gillis. Row 2: Burkhart, Lozer. Row 3: Doughty,
Soderquist, MacDonald, Rao. Row 4: Brackus, Schnelzer,
Huffman, Scheaper, Heinlien, DeWitt. Row 5: Gray,
Churchill, Morten, Bredahl, Snell, McCullough, Semen-
car, Straker. Row 6: Curry, Headly, Milligan, Seinkewcz,
Manion, Highman, Wence, Bowers, Jarmalowski, Lightner.
Row 7: Mrs. Crawford, Fetsko, Wright, Wana, Ward,
Burns, Grubbs, Hartman, Pardo, Hornicek, West, Cald-
well, McMullen, Krommes, Delancey.
SOPHOM ORE TRI- HI- Y
Raihall. 2: Turzak, Co-
Snodgrass. Row 3: Patterson, Colledge,
Weightman, Ropos. Row 4: Manko, Kra-
ughner, Evanko, Powell, Dunn. Row 5:
Sanko, Springer, Trimber, Rabbitt, Kin-
1, Fenimore. Row 6: Curry, P. Padgett,
Szylagl, Lightner, Potts, O'Rourke, Frye,
Bochan. Row 7: Mr. Gold, Gray, Killip,
Cook, Garren, Goodnight, Woodruff, Wood-
SENIOR TRI- HI-Y
Manna, Pittenger, Christner, Tator.
Wiant, Bortle, Cumpston, Springer,
Rolm. 3: Dugan, Gastner, Hixson, Scho-
s , Remmert, Wolfe, Wadsworth, Barnes.
Row 4: Gold, Larkin, Yeck, Crea, Simon, S.Popp,
JUNIOR TR I- HI- Y
Row 1. Schulenberg, Kerr, Fagan, Thompson.
Row 2: Sebers, R.Popp, McCorkle, Caro,
Hanns, Bosetti. Row 3: Knoll, Newman,
Stewart, Kern, Freeman, Kopsa, Campbell,
Hastings. Row 4: Mr. Mayer, Sanrucci, Cook,
Seigman, P. Padgett, Urban, Diehl, Hyatt,
Bailey, Behling, Schneeman, Stewart, Boar.
MGM Many Other Clubf
Row 1: Urban, Turzak, Tagliaferi, Garren. Row 2: Mr.Miller,
Churchill, Padgett, Colledge, Waltonbaugh, Bowers, Gray, Cook.
Row 3: Larkin, Pittenger, Trunick, Hixson, Dickey, Popp, Lego.
Row 4: Yusl, Bailey, Knoll, Popp, Thompson, Heininger.
The Key Club leads in performing services to
better conditions in the school and the community.
The "Y" clubs work with the local branch of
the YMCA to promote social activities and render
needy services. Among their many projects is the
New Year's Eve Formal.
The Chess Club engages in interscholastic chess
games and gains greater knowledge in playing pro-
Moon's club program is an extensive
and varied one. Meeting times are
scheduled as much as possible for Thurs-
day activity periods, but almost every
club has an additional evening or after-
school meeting every month. Many of
the clubs--Key Club, F.T.A. , F.H.A. ,
F.N.A, , Hi-Y, and Tri-H1-Y--are
chapters of state and national groups and
have participated in conferences and con-
Our clubs contribute many and valu-
able services to the school and the com-
munity while they offer opportunities for
Row 1: King, Kozar, Lottes, Dickinson,
Honchorek. Row 2: Tribby, Hoover, Karl
Delancey, Schnelzer, Huffman, Cain,
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
The Future Nurses Club ex-
plores by means of speakers and
field trips the nursing careers.
Mr.Hawes, Creese, Cummings, Christner,
Moorby, Eberle, Ebert, Bower, Straker,
Dennis, Dunn, Ault, Conklin, Shacoski,
Griffith, Eger, Simon, Massung, DeLutis,
Crea, Martin, Kimmel
Burns, Lottes, Miss King. Row 3: Brackes,
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Row 1: Miss Braun, Alexander, Elliott, Celio, Jellison,
Kroboth. Row 2: Soderquist, Kavanaugh, Cauldwell,
Graff, Lipps, Habenicht, Heinlein. Row 3: Hickey, Mc-
Mechen, McMullen, Bredahl, Snell, Curry, Titus, Hart-
The Debate Club engages in debates and
sponsors an assembly performed by college
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
The George W. Cassler Club of the Future
Teachers of America co- sponsors with the P,T.A,
a scholarship for a Moon High student who plans
a teaching career.
Row 1: Milligan Myers Mrs Tussy Rudge
Stauffer Holsinger Row 2: Celio Rao
Bredahl Burkhart Hood Gaydos JMyers
Row 1: Mr.Huckestein, Kozar. Row 2:
Elliott, Eberle, Graff, Schutzman. Row 3:
Conley, McLean, Garren, Cook, Larkin.
Row 4: Hastings, Gillis, Krommes, Man-
ion, Hartrick, Kxoboth. Row 5: Alexander,
To Our Library Club members
goes much credit for the efficiency
and trim appearance of our library.
West, Harper, M.Gaydos. Row 3: Church
ill, R. Milligan.
The Caterers Club serves and
waits on tables at all dinners held
in the school cafeteria.
Row 1: Cook, Celio. Row 2: Holsinger, Miller, Dempsey, Myers, Garren, Bower, Padgett, M.Gaydos
Kavanaugh, Kozar, Schutzman. Row 3: Mrs.Crawford, Larkin, I-lixson, Eberle, Popp. Row 4: Adair,
J. Myers, Stouffer, S.Hein1ine, Hood, C.Gaydos, DiMeo, Rudge, Sacco.
Con ilfibuie Z0 W0VibWbz'!e few ber
The Future Homemakers of America,
composed of the ninth and tenth or eighth
graders are as their name implies, the
girls of today who will be the home
makers of tomorrow. They are getting
an early start on learning how to run a
house efficiently and turn it into a happy
home. These girls are now working on
their Junior Homemaker Degree. They al-
so conduct service programs and joumey
to district and state conventions.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS II
Row 1: Wood, Swadlo, Ballard, Moxln, Julius, Cain,
Curry, Rao. Row 2: Wentz, Neely, McMullin, Top-
cher, Straker, Bower, Harper. Row 3: Goss, Keller,
Wlant, I-larriger, Eberle, Kinchen, Minch, Doughty,
Row 4: Snell, Bredahl, Coll, McArdle, Darrah, Hos-
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The jr. Red Cross makes favors and
performs many worthwhile services for
hospitals, servicemen and needy persons
in the community.
Row 1: Mr.Gold, Churchill, Myers, Miller, Holsinger, Graff, Kozar, Conley, DeLutis. Row 2: Mas-
sung, Padgett, Cello, Milligan, Dickey, Cook, Gray, Garren, Moreland, Kaufman. Row 3: Milligan,
W.Miller. J.Myers, Stouffer, Rudge, Gaydos. Row 4: Miss Lunt, l-leininger, Kern, Behllng, Kerr,
Eberle, Wiant, Crea, Dickey, Tator. Lego.
Row 1: Sherman, Delviasso, Curry, Bates, Berola,
Nett, Baker, Jellison. Row2: Mrs. Selbert, Peter-
son, Gray, Childs, Curren, Helder, Petrie. Row 3:
Litterini, Frye, Dll.esio, Helllman, Link, McCaslin,
Geyser, Cuteri. Row 4: Steiner, Ralston, Paton,
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS I
Row 1: Cello, Kavanaugh, D. Goodnight, Holsinger
Mrs.Selbert. Row 2: W.Nliller, Burkhart, E.Good-
night, 1.Myerr, K.Tator, Coros, Omlor, Stouffer,
Rudge. Row 3: DeLutls,'Lego, Hixson, Padgett,
Thompson, Bailey, Helninger.
The Science Club whose sponsors,
Mr. Gold and Miss Lunt, are substituting
for Mr. Liebermann, now on leave of ab-
sence, work toward a greater appreciation
of science in our everyday world. On
their agenda are many interesting field
Another service committee
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Mr. McFarland, King, Curry, Cain, Hoover, Myers.
The Stage Crew is really a
service committee under the
supervision of the Student
Council. These boys may al-
ways be found working behind
the scenes at plays and as-
semblies . They also man the
microphones wherever they
may be needed throughout the
The Art Club members not
only explore the field of artis-
tic endeavors and develop their
own especial talents, but they
contribute much of their time
to making the scenery and post-
ers for school plays and dances
Row 1: Malone, Jefferys, Aber, McCausland, McLean, Caponecchi. Row 2: Siegman, Oesterling, Bortle
Waltonbaugh, Tagiaferi, Stephen, Cook. Row 3: Mr,Mayer, Rosignoli, McEwen, Urban, Padgett, Schosky
Row 1: Turzak, Gilligan, Trunick, Honchorek, Alexander, Semencar, E. Goodnight, Rolin. Row 2:
McLean, Eberle, Glass, Glatz, Diehl, D.Goodnight, Urban, Masuda, Colangelo.
that has been activated this
year is the usher staff whose
members are on duty in the
auditorium at all auditorium
functions. Mr. jackMiller is
faculty advisor to this group.
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Mrs. Norburry interviews a prospective
tting: S.Pardo, N.Patton P King E Myers L Elliott Standin E Holsin U b
, , , , , , . g: . gel. I. r an, D.Cook, B. Garren, M.Mu11augh, T.DeLutis, W. Hutchinson,
C.Graff, I.Schutzman, J.Kavanaugh, B. Bochan, V.Hickey.
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The Class of 1958 pre-
sented the annual senior
play "The Red House
Mystery," under the di-
y rection of Miss Lunt
and Mr. Shissler.
It was presented
' in the high school
x auditorium on
J' 22, 1957.
OW men Rezgneoz' Over
Enter Queen Pat Exit the Queen
QUEEN of the MAY
LORD ofthe MAY
CROWN and SCEPTER BEARER
Mary Ann Molchan
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" M, C" Dickey
The Queen Reigns
Gym classes and Chorus join forces
by presenting customs of many lands.
I0 Cfllellaifl 0LU.' qlleefl
VW Honored like Chin Of 195
Our guests were greeted officially by the r
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On May3, 1957 the class of 1958
presented their prom, Enchanted Gar-
dens, to honor the graduating class of
1957 . After many long months of hard
work and preparation, the finished
product was beautiful. Featured were
some of the scenic spots as a small
wooded bridge, a flower-covered wish-
ing well, a pond filled with small
goldfish, and twinkling stars which
shone over the roses everywhere.
Surely the night was made com-
plete with the music of Russ Romero
and his orchestra. This prom willbe
long remembered by all.
and we danced to the music of Russ Romero's band
over the bridge to the enchanted pond,
ifwih OW Encbam im' Pfam
and it's scenes like this that make "our" prom a precious memory
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Enjoying the evening.
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Row lg Elliott, Dempsey, Miller, Croyle, Adair, Manlon, Audia, Phillips, Moreland. Row 2: Snodgran, Lego,
Shimer, Williams, Highman, Bolea, Booth, Rudge, Kerr. Row 3: Kolinie, DeLutis, Gorden, McCaslin, Hudnal,
Behling, Bailey, Dennis. Row 4: Cello, DiMeo, Goodnight, Wiant, Wood, Habemicht, Padgett, Siegman, Cook,
The band, under the direction of
Mr. McCormack, was active in serv-
ing our school and community this
year. During this past football sea-
son. they have made fine showings
of formations . Besides marching at
football games this organization also
marched in local parades including
l the Memorial Day and Santa Parade.
Band is one of the most colorful
of our school activities. The offi-
cial band calendar begins in mid
August when marching practice be-
gins. The band also holds aspring
concert each year and a picnic, hon-
oring the graduating seniors .
A very important part of our hand
is the majorettes. These 7 girls
gave to our band an appearance that
made every Moon High heart swell
with pride .
for Ike Plemmfe Uf All
Simon, Heininger, Schnelzer, Christner, Kilip, Glttens, Hunter, Urban, Andrick,
Kopsa, McLean, Smith, Mlller, Powell, Kern, Hastings, Thompson, Padgett, Gray,
Bower, Eberle, Shelton, Stouffer, Myers, Doughty, Kaufman, Crea, Popvic.
Croyle, Audia, Dempsey, Adair, Miller, Manion, Phillips
OW Band! Are Afro For Damcmg
DANCE BAND Row 1: Myers, Celio, Miller, Smith, Heninger, Powell, Hastings, Kern. Row 2: Kerr, Kolinie, Gray, Behling, Dennis.
Row 3: Bower, Gittins, Killip, Hunter.
The dance band, a small group of high school students who play dance orchestra instruments, meets on Monday nights
after school to practice tunes to be played at dances and other school activities.
The main purpose of the "Rhythmaires" is to entertain others while receiving pleasure from what they are doing. The
"Rhythmaires" is truly a fine organization from the music department of Moon High.
Members of the beginners band, under the direction of Mr. Frank Cummings, make up our youngest instrumental group.
They are looking forward to their next Step, junior Band, and eventually to participating in the Senior Band. Beginners band
gives the seventh graders a chance to become acquainted with group playing.
BEGINNERS' BAND Row 1: Norman, Gray, Crea, DiMeo, Drennen, New, Lawson. Row 2: Kennedy, Kriger, Larson, McKenna, Goss, Gardner,
Hunter, Ardrey, Oakes, Andrick, Rabovsky, Harper. Row 3: Conway, Aber, Evanko, Maker, McMullen, Hartick, Buttler,
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JUNIOR HIGH BAND Row l: Vidmar, Baker, Curry, Kinchen, Harringer, McCaslin, Trimber. Row 2: Hertzic, Schulenberg, Gould, McLean, Bonnazza,
Gaiser, Paton, Santucci, Tator, Smith, Julius, Turzak, Kennelly, McCormick, Lewis, Campbell. Row 3: Woods, Walls, Scott,
Frame, Sonnet, Babilon, Griffith, Aber, Keller, Youngquist, Siegman, Saunders, Brooks, McCormack, Wiant, Stephen. Row 4:
Caponecchi, Diday, Valensky, Newman, Cain, Caldwell, Ploy, Fisher, Yeck, Ayres, Morris, Goodnight, Trunick, Hunter, Sullivan
The Junior High Band provides a great opportunity for the eighth and ninth graders to specialize in a musical instrument.
Under Mr. McCormack's supervision, each year the band presents a spring concert. It is always on hand for junior high as-
semblies and other school activities that require its services. Marching in the Memorial Day Parade is a great help for these
future members of the Senior High Band.
WESTERN DISTRICT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL
Every year several students from the junior High Band are selected
to take part in the Western District junior High School Band Festival.
This year, Moon played host to the Band Festival which consisted of
160 instrumentalists from 67 junior high schools in the western district
of Pennsylvania. Janet Cain, Waldo Caponecchi, Thomas Diday, Fred
Sullivan and Richard Noss, represented Moon on january 16. It was an
experience that will long he remembered.
Noss, Sullivan, Cain, Diday, Caponecchi.
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A5 The Claw Of 1958 Pffqvmfef
IANICE LYNN ALMACY
Student Court 1,2, 3g Chief Justice 35
Cafeteria Patrol 1,2,3g Cafeteria lg
Homeroom Officer lg Girls' Girls' Glee
Club lg May Day l,2g Girls' Leaders
Club 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Service
Committees 1,2g lntramurals 1,2,3p
Cheerleader l,2, 3g Commencement
Usher 2g Hall Patrol 3: Senior Revue 3.
she leads the cheers and student court. . . he's
her Jimmy, she's his Jan
CORA MAY BARONE
May Day 2g Tri-Hi-Y l,2, 3.
McKees Rocks loss was our gain. . . confiden-
tially he's " army". . .thrives on dancing
E . BETTY BEAMAN
Hall Monitor lg Cafeteria Patrol 2,
3: May Day 1gTri-Hi-Y 1,'2,3:
Service Committee l.
"speedy" is a basketeer on the gym floor. ..
Lucille Bal1's got nothing on this girl, her
WILLIAM BELL MARY E BOTKIN
Industrial AIIS Stenggraphlc
Hi-Y 1: Track 1.2. Cafeteria Patrol 1 Mixed Chorus 1
that beard was famous while it lasted. . . a co
hort of Karlfs. . .an "indusn'ial arts" man
To Receive Dgylomm Tbq Fill T15
WILLIAM L . BOWER
Student Court 1,2, 31 Hall Patrol 31
Homeroom Officer 31 Band 2,32 Of-
ficer 31 Dance Band 2,31 May Day
1,21 Key Club 1,2,31 Key Club
Convention 1,21 Science Club 1,22
Officer 21 Caterers' Club 1,2,3Q Hi-
Y 1, 21 Officer 11 Service Committees
1,21 Senior Revue 3.
a future Gene Kruppa. . . headed for college. . .
has an Astaire technique
The New Year's Eve dance is one of our two yearly formals.
Uintered September '57J National
Honor Society 31 Tri-Hi-Y 31
Senior Revue 3.
we're glad she deserted Montour for us. . .she
gets a lot of fun out of life
ELAINE MARIE CASTELLAN
National Honor Society 31 Flame
Staff 31 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,31 Moon
Beams Staff 31 Journalism 11 Girls'
Leaders Club 11 Intramurals 1,21
W. P. S. P. A. 1: Class Paper Report-
er 1,21 May Day 1,21 Cafeteria
Patrol 21 Senior Revue 3.
key pounder for Flame and Moon Beams. . .
knows her way around shorthand
' ' -Ziifkiifliff
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DIANE D . CELIO
Student Council 1,2, 31 Officer 2,3Q
Hall Patrol 31 Flame Staff 31 Girls'
Glee Club 11 Band 1,2,31 Officer 31
Dance Band 1,2,32 May Day 1,21
National Honor Society 2,31 D. A.R.
Citizenship Award 31 Science Club
1,2,31 Officer 31 Library Club 1,2,
31 Caterers' Club 2,3Q Future Teach-
ers' Club 1,2,31 Officer 2, 31 Service
Committee 1,2Q Intramurals 11 Area
Band 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Area
Council Representative 11 Senior
Voted the best citizen at Moon---Sure likes
basketball games and a certain basketball
FREDERICK C . CHURCHILL
Student Council 31 Hall Patrol 31
Flame Staff 31 Moon Bulletin Re-
porter 31 Homeroom Officer 1,2Q
National Honor Society 2,31 Key
Club 31 Science Club 2,31 Officer 3.
placed high as an able youth. . . an asset to any
roster. . .sure to go far
Cafeteria Patrol 11 Mixed Chorus li
Girls' Glee Club 11 May Day 11 Intra-
murals 11 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Re-entered
September '57, Senior Revue 3.
no "Passing Stranger" when it comes to enter-
taining us with her singing. . . retumed to us
after a brief separation
May Day lz Hi-Y l,2,31 Officer 31
Service Committee 21 Sports Man-
ager 1,21 Football 1,2,31 Track 2,
31 Senior Revue 3.
This athletic animal is a letterman of the grid-
iron---anorher member of the cool hat gang
5 1 1 -S5
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Hows VWM Classes A ml Acimizks
R. ALLAN COLLEDGE
Student Council 3: Officer 3: Hall
Patrol 3: Captain Hall Patrol 3:
Class Officer 1: l-lomeroom Officer
2: May Day 1,2: Key Club 1,2,3:
Hi-Y 1,2,3: Officer 2,35 Football
1,2,3: Track 2, 3: Baccalaureate
Usher 2, Big Ten All-Star Team 3:
Varsity Club 3: Senior Revue 3.
a guy to watch during football season. . . defi-
nitely leans toward cheerleaders
Cafeteria Patrol 2: Girls' Glee Club
1: May Day l,2: Girls' Leaders Club
1: Science Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3:
Debate Club 1,2,3: Future Teachers
Club 1,2: Intramurals 1,2: Senior
our "airport" show girl. . .plans to invade col-
lege in September
Hall Patrol 3: Homeroorn Officer 1,
2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Officer 2,
3: Boys' Sextette 1: Operetta 3:
County Chorus 1,2, 3: Western Dis-
trict Chorus 1: Dance Band 2: May
Day 1,2: National Honor Society 3:
Senior Play 3: Key Club 3: Science
Club 2, 3: Caterers' Club 2, 3: Of-
ficer 3: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Officer 1,2:
Debate Club 2,3: Service Commit-
tee 1: Area Chorus 2: Senior Revue 3.
led us in the senior play and operetta. . .keeps
our caterers' aprons immaculate
Journalism 1: May Day 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y
immaculateness a byword with her. . . one of the
more quiet set. . .one of Jo's gang
WILLIAM L. CRAMER
Mixed Chorus l,2, 3: Boys' Sex-
tette l,2: County Chorus 3: May
Day 2: Track 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club
3: Robed Choir l,2,3: Western Dis-
trict Chorus 2: Operetta 3: Hi-Y 2, 3.
helps keep our chorus on the ball. . .likable lad'
from 219. . .buddy-pal of all
There are the Friday night informal dances.
JOHN G. CURRY
Flame Staff 3: Homeroom Officer 3:
Art Club 1,2,3: Hi-Y 1,2,3.
popular with his artistic endeavors. . . this good
looking blond will soon be at Penn State
May Day 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y 3.
another Mooncrestlte. . . hopes to major
stenographer. . . a willowy blonde
- at 5 ufi ""l9i?' 5-as
Tho! Are Meafuwed For C5505 And Gown!
Cafeteria Patrol l,2: May Day 1,2:
Girls' Leaders Club l,2: Tri-Hi-Y
1,2,3: Service Committee l,2:
Intramurals 1,2,3: Geneva Play
Day 2: Senior Revue 3.
enthusiastic intramuralist. . . possesses a laugh
we won't soon forget. . .seen with Mary
Hall Patrol 3: Band 1,2,3: May Day
1,2: National Honor Society 3: Sen-
ior Play 3: Science Club 3: Junior
Red Cross 2,3: Hi-Y l,2,3: Chess
Club 1,2,3: Basketball 1: Senior
master of the slidetule and ofthe Red House
. . . it's rumored he hopes to be an engineer
And we always look forward to the e
xchange of Flame autographs.
BARBARA LEE DEMPSEY
National Honor Society 3: Majorette
2,3: Flame Staff 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Hometoom Officer 3: Mixed Chorus
3: Girls' Glee Club 1: May Day 2,3:
Caterers' Club 2,3: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3:
Officer 3: Area Council Representa-
tive 2,3: Tri-Hi-Y Training Con-
ference 2: Commencement Usher 2:
Class Paper Staff 2,3: Operetta 3:
Senior Revue 3.
a fashionable model-to-be. , . digs those C001
Corvettes. . . a prancing majorette
Student Council 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Cafeteria Pau-ol 1: Class Officer 1,
2: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club
1: Operetta 3: May Day 1,2: Science
Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Officer 1,
2: Service Committee 2: Intramurals
1: Commencement Usher 2.
guards that lower hall. . . with a bit of male
help. . . a typical college miss
A blond likable fellow. . .one of the industrial
arts gang. . .with the dreams ofthe future
bubbling around in his brain
May Day 1,2:Hi-Y 1,2,3: Golf 2,3,
rockets around in his hot car .... who is that
secret girl'?. . . .another one of the industrial
May Day 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
her smile greets you at the Tumpike. . . this
girl can't be anything but successful
Thy Chew OW Tammy Af Gamer
LOIS ELLEN ELLIOTT
Hall Patrol 35 Cafeteria Panol 1,35
Flame Staff 35 Homeroom Officer
1,25 May Day l,2g Girls' Leaders
Club 15 Senior Play 35 Tri-Hi-Y
1,2,35 Officer 25 Debate Club 1,2,
35 Future Teachers Club 1,2,35 Of-
ficer 1,2,35 Service Committees 1,
Intramurals 1,2,3g Pep Club 35
Drivers Training Conference 25
Commencement Usher 25 Guidance
Hostess 35 Senior Revue 3g Baud
Color Guard 35 Class Paper 3.
her luggage is packed for Waynesburg. . .enjoys
Frat. Parties at W 851
Hi-Y 1,2,35 May Day 25 Track 1,
2,35 Senior Revue 3.
changes between a Chevie and a Cadillac. . .
physics no problem to him. . .our "Charleston
May Day 1,25 Hi-Y 1,35 Track
this boy goes for hot rods. . .likes to hunt for
relaxation. . .one of Boch's crowd
JANET FRANC RAYMOND FRATANGELO
May Day lg Tri-Hi-Y 25 Debate Sports Manager 2.3: Track 2,3g
Club 2,33 Guidance Hostess 2, Pep Hi'Y 1.
Club 3, Senior Revue 3.
wheels a souped-up station wagon. . .a happy
goes from school room to campus life. . . a big go- uc Y guy
future in store for this girl as a nurse
Choosing name cards is a pleasant chore.
LEROY L. FISHER JOHN L. FRYE
Band 2,35 Basketball 15 Football 2. Homeroom Officer 2,31 May Day 15
an asset to the band. . . Little Wil1's pal. . . a
rock 'n roll man
hangs his hat in 204. . . the darkness of his law
class, . . Szilagi's companion
Pazrizbglyazie I 14 H01 why Cham! Cammy
THOMAS R. FULLARD
Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1.
one of our hardwood harlequins. . . always at a
certain grocery store
And who will forget the Boor's head ceremony in the Christmas concert?
StudentCouncil 1,2, 35 StudentCoun-
cil Convention 15 Hall Patrol 35 Flame
Staff35 Mixed Chorus 25 County Chorus
25 Western District Chorus 25 Senior
Play 35 Key Club 2, 35 Officer 35 Key
Club Convention25 Science Club 2, 35
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Debate Club 1, 2, 35 Serv-
ice Comm. 1,25 A11-State Chorus 25
National Honor Society 3: Caterers'
Club 2, 35 Area Chorus 25 May Day 1,
25 Operetta 35 Class Paper 15 Bacca-
laureate Usher25 Senior Revue 3.
Westmlnster, here he comes. . .a big man in
'v'M'.'r Q- ,
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4 p . .. K " or
! in A Y!
Hall Patrol 35 Cafeteria Patrol 15
Class Officer 35 Homeroom Officer
1,25 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls' Glee
Club 15 May Day 1,25 National
Honor Society 2, 35 Library Club 1,
2, 35 Caterers' Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y
l,2, 35 Commencement Usher 25
Drivers Training Convention 25
Guidance hostess 3.
holds the position of class recorder. . .has
beniflcenr traits toward all
DAVID L . GOODNIGHT
Hall Patrol 3: Flame Staff 2, 35
W,P, S, P. A. 35 Homeroom Officer
1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Officer 35 May
Day 1,25 Junior Red Cross Council
2,35 Officer 35 Hi-Y l,2,35 Officer
25 Service Committees 1,25 Basket-
ball 1,25 Track 1,2,35 Thiel Col-
lege Yearbook Conference 25 Var-
sity Club 35 Area Band 35 Table
Tennis Champion Singles 2, 35
what a man on the track team. . . co-edits the
Flame. . . a good scholastic man
CAROL ANN GRAF F
Hall Patrol 35 Cafeteria Patrol 2, 35
Flame Staff 2, 35 W. P. S. P. A. 35
Homeroom Officer l,2, 35 Girls'
Glee Club 15 May Day 1,25 Girls'
Leaders Club 1,25 Senior Play 35
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Debate Club 1,2,
35 Officer 35 Future Teachers As-
sociation 1,2, 35 Service Commit-
tee 15 Intramurals 1,2,35 Theil
Yearbook Conference 25 Senior
nursing her goal. . .this gixl's real George. . .
STEPHEN E. GRAY
Hall Patrol 35 Band 1,2, 35 Dance
Band 2,35 May Day 1,25 Key Club
2,35 Key Club Convention 25 Sci-
ence Club 35 Hi-Y 1,2,35 Sports
Manager 15 Senior Revue 3.
plays a hot trumpet in dance band. . .never a
saturnine moment in his life
sm- pf ,
X' x vt? X
"Rich" ' 5 he H
Industrial Arts in I K
May Day 15 Hi-Y 1,2,35 Football. 1 Q
goes for a Bonnie Lass. . . Montour Street marvel K S
. . . what a smile! 3 ,K T
1 iiii R .
N, 4, ..
femolff Try For Pofiizbm I 14 fiuaieni
MARIORY E . HAF ER
Student Council 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Officer 3: Girls'
Sextette 2,3: Girls' Glee Club 1:
May Day 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3:
Area Chorus 2: Commencement
Usher 2: Mt. Lebanon Play Day 2:
Operetta 3: Girls' Ensemble 3:
Robed Choir 2,3: Senior Revue 3.
scratches the pen as chorus secretary. . .sings
2nd soprano in sextette
Hi-Y 1,2: May Day l,2,
wields the mop at Central Drug. . .Moon's
Moon Beams Staff 3: Mixed Chorus
1: Girls' Glee Club 1: May Day 1:
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3: lntramurals 2.
knows the shortcuts in shorthand. . .a key punch-
er for Moon Beams. . .works hard at the Turnpike
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Patrol 2:
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3: Operetta 3:
County Chorus 2: May Day l,2: Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3: Senior
Play 3: Tri-Hi-Y l,2, 3: Future
Teachers Club 1,2,3: Officer 2:
Service Committee 1,2: F. T. A.Con-
vention 2: Area Chorus 2: Commence-
ment Usher 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, Pep
Club 3: Senior Revue 3.
the Patti Page of our senior team. . . Betty
Crocker, move over, here she comes
E LINOR LOUISE
HO LSINGE R
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Patrol 2: Ca f-
eteria Aid 1: Homeroom Officer 1, 2:
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Sextette
2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: County Cho-
rus 2: Western District 1, 2: Robed
Choir 1, 2, 3: Operetta 3: May Day 1,
2: National Honor Society 2, 3: S enior
Play 3: Science Club 1, 2, 3: Library
Club 1, 2, 3: Caterers' Club 2, 3: Jun-
ior Red Cross 1, 2 , 3: Officer 3: Junior
Red Cross Convention 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y
1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Conference 1:
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: County Red Cross
Officer 2: Area Chorus 2: Commence-
ment Usher 2: Senior Revue 3,
a real ambitious future citizen. . .one of our
senior representatives in cheerleading
The commissioners of elections "set up" the big election of the year.
LOIS A. HOOVER
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Patrol l,2,
3: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3: Girls' Glee
Club 1: May Day 1,2: Art Club 1,
2,3: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Area Council
Rep. 2,3:CouncilOfficer 3: Debate
Club 2: Service Comm. 1, Intramur-
als 1: Future Nurses' Club 2: Officer
2: Commencement Usher 2: Area
Chorus 2: Operetta 3: Mount Leba-
non Play Day 2: Senior Revue 3.
nursing her aim in life. . .represenu us at the
Cory Y Council. . . neat at all times
BEVERLY ANN -
Cafeteria Patrol 2, 3: Record Report-
er 3: Homeroom Officer 1: Mixed
Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 1: May
Day 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Intramur-
als 1,2: Moon Bulletin Typist 3: Fu-
ture Nurses' Club 3: Officer 3: Class
Paper 3: National Honor Society 3:
Area Chorus 2: Service Committee
3: Senior Revue 3.
creates good will for us through her Record re-
porting. . . member of National Honor Society
SW f4Ql"EPZE-. fi!FSz2?,,lS X
Comfzj femwf Pkzy UIUEVEULZ Am! Flame fiazyf
V A,y5.k,T K . .k,.
May Day 1,2: Senior Play 3: Hi-Y
1,2: Chess Club 1,2: Track 1.
IUDITI-I ANN JELLISON
ficer 3: May Day 1: Tri-Hi-Y l,2,
3: Officer 3: Future Teachers' Club
the " cs sir!" guy of thc senior play. . . music 1' 2' 3: Officer 2' 3' Intramurals 1'
ls in this boy's soul Qfcet to you:
Caterers' Club 2: Guidance Hostess
3: National Honor Society 3: Senior
wants to be a teachcr. . .recently tapped for
N. ll. S. . . . college bound
And the library is always the scene of reading and research.
CARROL JEAN KARL
. fEntered September '5'7J Future
Nurses Club 3.
bition. . . a flashy smile
Cafeteria Patrol 1, 3: Homeroom Of-
addcd to our clan. . . nursing her undying am-
IOHN CHARLES KAUFMAN
Band 1,2, 3: Officer 3: May Day 1,
2: Science Club 1,2, 3: Officer 3:
Track 1: Area Band 3.
cavorts around that gridiron at halftime. . . it's
rumored he goes for a certain girl
PATRICIA JOYCE KING
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Patrol 1:
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3: Girls' Sextette
2,3: Girls' Glee Club 1: County Cho-
rus 2, 3: Western District Chorus 1:
May Day 1.2: National Honor Soci-
ety 2,3: Senior Play 3: Art Club 1,
2,3: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Service Com-
mittee 1,2: Intramurals 1: Future
Nurses Club 2: All-State Chorus 1:
Area Chorus 2: Senior Revue 3: Robed
Choir 1,2,3: Art Club Officer 3.
she represented us at State chorus and Fusco's
. . . het heart belongs to Andy
JOYCE JEANNE KAVANAGH
Student Council 1,2,3: Cafeteria Aid
1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls'
Glee Club 1: May Day 1.2: Girls'
Leaders Club 1: Senior Play 3: Cater-
ers' Club 2, 3: Officer 3: Junior Red
Cross Council 1,2,3: Officer 3: Tri-
Hi-Y 1,2,3: Future Teachers' Club
1, 2, 3: Service Comm. 1, 2:Intramur-
als 1,2,3: Cheerleader 1,2,3: Cap-
tain Cheerleader 3: Commissioner of
Elections 3: Geneva Play Day 2: Op-
eretta 3: Area Chorus 2: National
Honor Society 3: Hall Patrol 3:Robed
Choir 2, 3: Senior Revue 3.
helps serve our daily meals. , .a romping
WILLIAM R . KILLIP
QEntered September '5'7j Band 3:
Dance Band 3: Hi-Y 3: Senior Revue 3.
noted for 2 birthdays a year. . . the most face-
tious member of our class. . . gallops in band
WW Damn Pffoblemf lfwfb Coumeloffs
Homeroom Officer 13 May Day 23 Hi-
Y 1,2,33 Football 1,2,33 Drivers'
Education Conference 23 Varsity Club
33 Senior Revue 3.
stopping enemy advances on the gridiron is his
dish. . .big man with a "Graff"
JOAN M. KINCHEN
Mixed Chorus 1,23 Girls' Glee Club
13 May Day 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,33 ln-
tramurals 23 Senior Revue 3.
who needs a joke book? she writes her own
gags. . .her friends think she's tops
Student Council 33 Band 1,2,33
Dance Band 2, 33 May Day 1,21 Hi-
Y 33 Hall Patrol 33 Basketball 1,23
Homeroom Officer 1,21 Senior
the Harry James of our class. . . "Frankie Boy"
never makes it to homeroom on time
Hall Patrol 33 Cafeteria Patrol 1, 23
Flame Staff2, 33 Homeroom Officer 23
Girls' Glee Club 13 May Day 1, 23 Girls'
Leaders Club 13 Science Club 33 Ca-
terers' Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Offi-
cer 33 Debate Club 2, 33 Officer 33
Service Committees 1, 2g Intramurals
13 Future Nurses Club 2 , 33 Officer 33
Thiel Yearbook Conference 23 Class
Paper Reporter 23 Pittsburgh Advertis-
ing Council 33 Guidance Hostess 33 Pep
Club 33 Senior Revue 3.
totes trays for Caterers' Club.. .slated for col-
lege life. . .often seen, seldom heard
May Day 1,2: Hi-Y 3.
faithfully delivers our Moon Beams. . .always
seen in Cadillacs. . . a jokester
Student Cotmcil 1,23 Hall Patrol 33
Hall Monitor lj May Day 1,2Q Tri-
Hi-Y 1,2,33 Officer 1,2,33 Debate
Club 2, 33 Service Committee 13
Class Paper Reporter 33 Commence-
ment Usher 23 Senior Revue 3.
our Xmas wrapping paper salesman. . .always
seen larking around
Valentine Tag means a day on which the girls "buy slaves. "
Moon Beams Staff 33 Stage Crew 13
Sports Manager 2, 33 Basketball 13
Baseball 2, 3.
rallies for our basketball men. . . a top notch
sportswriter. . .a future loe Di Maggie?
Am' P61916 Tb WR0 dfnio Th6FMfM76
Hi-Y 3g Sports Manager 1,2,3g
Senior Revue 3.
likes to tinker with cars in his day off moments
. . .our contribution to the college world
And the Student Council trims the lobby
CHARLES L IGI-ITN ER
Moon Beams Staff 3. W. P.S. P. A.
3g Homeroom Officer 31 May Day
1. Hi-Y 3: Track 1.2,
Is he Gus Fan?. . . if not, hc's still an efficient
Moon Beamer. . . a likable lad
A 'N' II y
P' .2 Q K 1
Q' gr . I Z , y
X . Q i
JAMES F. LINN
rocks at the roller rink. . . carries
. . . seen with an underclassman
a royal title
Homeroom Officer lg Hi-Y 1,31
chess Club 2, 3. Track 3. yy Q, u its
a sparkling Spanish student. . . Donald's twin. . . . im ' F
owner of a bright smile , s .. . . '
s . . Q'
Egg W ppts p
DONALD B. MARTIN
Homeroom Officer lg Hi-Y 3:
Ron's twin. . . awaiting his bid from the Olympic
A W K- s
Journalism lg May Day 1,25 Tri-Hi-
Y 1,2,3g Intramurals 1g Senior
hopes I0 merit a good secretarial job. . . has an
abundance of hobbies. . .one of .Ianet's crowd
THEOPHIL I. MANKO
Industrial Arts :
Hi-Y 1,2: Track l,2. ,
a hurdle hopper. . . hammer and saw man. . . K
Is that a swept-winged Dodge? K
Tha Libmffy 05275 Monk Am' I 14
CAROL ANN MARZLAK
Student Council lg Cheerleader 1,35
Girls' Leaders Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1,
2, 3g Inu-amurals lg Service Com-
mittee lg Girls' Glee Club lg May
Day 1,2g Senior Revue 3.
notcd for pixy haircut. . . a real cool cheer-
leader... this girl and Sharon
Homeroom Officer 2g Science Club
3g Hi-Y lg Chess Club 1,2,3g Track
a tricky track man. . . call's "Howard's" home
. . . manipulates that mad auto
PATRICIA E LLEN MATO
Homeroom Officer 3: May Day lg
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Debate Club 3:
Service Committee 3.
No one passes out Moon Beams as she does. . .
Evelyn's companion. . . CIBZICS a mean sundae
at the Turnpike
ROBERT B. MCLEAN
Band 1,2,3g Flame Staff 3g Dance
Band 1,23 May Day 1,2: Hi-Y 1,3g
Debate Club l,2,3g Service Com-
mittees 1,2g Area Band Festival 2:
Senior Revue 3.
right in the swing of things in band. . .drives
a live bomb. . .better known as "Dirty"
CAROL ANN MESSNER
May Day 1g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
one of the Messner clan. . .she joins the sten-
ogxapher's list. . . the duo is familiar--Jo and
Hi-Y 2,3g Football 1,2,3: Baccalau-
reate Usher 2g Senior Revue 3.
the mighty mouse of the football team. . . pre-
fers cheerleaders to football players
We certainly rallied round our football team.
GAIL MARIE MILLER
Majorette 2, 3: National Honor Soci-
ety 2,3g Hall Patrol 33 Cafeteria Pa-
trol lg Flame Staff 3g Mixed Chorus
1g Girls' Glee Club 1: May Day 1,2g
Science Club 1,2,3g Caterers' Club
2,3g Officer Caterers' Club 3g Tri-
Hi-Y 1,2,3g Intramurals 1, Service
Committee lg Commencement Usher
2g Tri-Hi-Y Training Conference 1,
2: Robed Choir lg Senior Revue 3.
a high stepper with our band and class presi-
dent. . . popular with capital P
PVQDJVZIWK RQQVEWCK Pazlvm
Girls' Glee Club 15 May Day 1,25
Tri-Hi-Y l,2, 35 Service Committees
1,25 Chorus 2,3:,Area Chorus 2,
Intramurals 15 Pep Club 3.
a small gal with a big diamond. . .the Moon-
cren madcap. .. lover to dance
And the "Red House Mystery" proved a successful senior play.
Cafeteria Patrol lg Flame Staff 35
Girls' Glee Club lg May Day lg
National Honor Society 35 Science
Club 1,25 Library Club 3: Tri-lli-Y
l,2,3g Service Committee 1,25
Intramurals lg Senior Revue 35 Pep
Juniata bound. . . an adopted Flame staffer. . .
keeps our library in good running order
.yr , " I M
it tn. ' . "
BR UCE MOON
Sports Manager l,2,3: Basketball 1.
his heart belongs to the sports world. . .likes
each day as it comes. . .thrives on friendliness
MARY ANN MORELAND
Cafeteria Patrol l,2g Moon Beams
Staff 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls'
Glee Club lg Band Color Guard 35
May Day 1,25 Science Club 3g Tri-
Hi-Y l,'2,35 Commencement
keeps us record fans informed with her Moon
Beam's column. . . her best fricnd's John
MICHAEL I. T. MULLAUGH
Student Council l,2,35 Hall Patrol
3: Senior Play 3.
pin boy at the howling alley. . . inspector Birch
solves all cases
Hall Patrol 35 Cafeteria Aid lg Home-
room Officer l,2, 3g Mixed Chorus 1,
2,35 Officer 35 Accompanisrs for Boys'
and Girls' Sextettes l, 25 Girls' Glee
Club 15 Operetta 35 County Chorus 2,
35 Dance Band 35 May Day 1,25 Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 35 Senior Play
35 Science Club 2, 35 Officer 35 Library
Club 1,2,35 Officer 2,35 Caterers'
Club l,2,35 Art Club 1,2,35 Officer 35
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Officer 1, 2, 35 Area
Chorus 25 Tri-Hi-Y U.N.Convention
25 Senior Revue 3,
tickles a rhythmic note on the ivories. . . con-
scientious in all her school activities. . . she
Homeroom Officer 1,35 Mixed Cho-
rus lg Majorette 25 May Day 15 Tri-
Hi-Y 1,2,35 Officer 1: Service
Committee 1: Commencement
Usher 2: Intramurals 1.
always writing to her pen pal in Germany. . , a
sharp dresser with jet black hair
PM ' 1 .fgeffi
Thy Work TOWdV6iHOWOVf0 zkhfflnaz'
Hi-Y 1,2,35 Football 15 Track 2, 3.
another tripping track man. . . Libby's his
company. . .Wotta guy!
CHARLES PAUL PADGETT
Hall Patrol 35 Cafeteria Aide 15
Band l,2,35 May Day 1,25 Key
Club 2,35 Science Club 1,2,35
Caterers' Club 2, 35 Junior Red
Cross Council 2,35 Hi-Y 1,2, 35
Basketball 1,2,35 Area Band 3:
Bausch and Lomb Award 35 Senior
a star on the basketball court. . . and also to
Diane. . .he spoke for Democracy
SHARON C . PARDO
Student Council 25 Hall Patrol 35
Mixed Chorus 2,35 Girls' Glee Club
15 Operetta 35 May Day 1,25 Senior
Play 35 Tri-I-li-Y 1,2,35 Officer 15
Cheerleader 1,2,35 Area Chorus 25
Commencement Usher 25 Robed
Choir 25 Senior Revue 3.
totes the megophone for a certain football
player. . . a no. 1 actress
GERALD R . PARSONS
rides a bad motorcycle fvoom, voomlj. . .
another of the indusuial arts aggregation
NANCY SPRINGER PATTON
Student Council 35 Hall Patrol 35
Flame Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35
Officer 2,35 Girls' Sextette 2, 35
Girls' Glee Club 15 Officer 15 Oper-
erta 35 Western District Chorus 25
May Day 1,25 National Honor Soci-
ety 35 Senior Play 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,
35 Officer 15 Service Committee 25
Cheerleader 1,2,35 Commence-
ment Usher 25 Robed Choir 2,35
Area Chorus 25 Girls' Ensemble 35
Senior Revue 3.
Butch's girl and frat pal. . . a stomping cheer-
leader. . . presides over the chorus
Eloise has been our ever faithful ac-
companist at the organ and the piano.
THOMAS R . PATTERSON
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
girls and cars take up his spare time. . . another
of Mr.Reed's Industrial Arts proteges
DAVID I. POTTS
our own little Rembrandt. . . quiet but depend
able. . .a good man scholastically
H6517 To Pffqv re For Holzday Fesiw 1765
JAMES EDWARD POTTS WILLIAM POWELL
Hi Y 2 3 Sports Mana er lg Foot-
Hi Y 3 Sports Manager 2 3 Bas ' 'f , 3
kerbau 1 2 Track 1 2 3 Captain ball 1'2' Golf 34 senlofkevue 3-
an added member tn the golf ream. . . con
leu no hurdles stand in his way another of UUUWUF of friends
ln the guidance office we get career advice from the counselors and
Class Officer 2, 3: Homeroom Of-
ficer lg May Day 1,25 Hi-Y 1,2,3g
Sports Manager 1,2,3: Track 25
Class Paper Reporter 2.
the v.p. of our class. . . very popular with his
fellowmen. . .sports his first love
Student Council 3g Hall Patrol 3:
Cafeteria Aid 2: Homeroom Of-
ficer 1,2: Mixed Chorus 1: May
Day 1,21 Hi-Y 1,2,3g Officer 3g
Service Committee 1g Senior
on his way to college and student council
meetings. . . wears nothing but black hats
Band 1,2g Dance Band 2.
towers over all. . .slings the slide trombone. . .
plans ro be a campus man
WANDA ROSALIA RIGGLE
Cafeteria Patrol 25 Journalism lg
May Day 1,24 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g
Service Committee lg Intramurals
2: Guidance Hostess 3g Geneva Play
Day lg Senior Revue 3.
a career in housewifing coming up for her. . .
no one could ask for a better friend
Homeroom Officer 1,2g Mixed Cho-
rus 1,3g Operetta 35 May Day 2g Hi-
Y 1,2,3: Golf 2,3.
mighty mite of senior class. . . an active fellow
Ln chorus. . . you can'r help but like this guy
T 0 Make Many FOV Cfmr Tffemmfy
, , X iX ,r
BETTY ANN WHITE
qEntered September '573
a senior uansfer from Florida. . .reigns in the
scientific course. . . very chic gal
l-lomeroom Officer 2, 3g Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,3g Girls' Glee Club lg May
Day 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3g Service
Committees 29 Commencement
Usher 35 Senior Revue 3.
carries a rock on her left hand. . .who will for-
get her "proud walk?". . . a bubbling personality
Flame Staff 2, 3: W, P. S. P, A. 1, 3g
Record Reporter 3: Journalism lg
May Day 1,2g Senior Play 33 Cater-
ers' Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g De-
bate Club 1,2,3g Officer 3: Officer
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3g Thiel Yearbook Con-
ference 2g Guidance Hostess 31 Pitts-
burgh Advertising Council 3g Class
Paper Reporter 1,2,3g Senior Revue
35 Pep Club 3.
keeps the Flame burning. . . the Nixon of the
Debate Club. . .has a secret chauffeur
MICHAE L DEAN SENKO
Mixed Chorus 1,25 County Chorus
lg Hi-Y 1,2,3.
doughnut man of Glenwilliard. . . c a-a-razy
about drag racing
aa H Kp
f' 3 -gg A,
EDWARD SHIMER KENNETH SHELTON
Band 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1,35 May Day 1,
2g Senior Revue 3.
Band 1,2,3g Basketball lg Football 2g
Senior Revue 3.
known for his hor car. , .tall, slender and good
looking. . . the Tommy Dorsey of our band especially for Iudy
a man of the soil. . . he has a constant smile,
The Flame staff puts in many hours of
work to produce the "best book yet."
c fi C
Q ia ' F X
IUDITH MARION SMITH
I-lomeroom Officer lg Mixed Chorus
this petite girl has a sweet singing voice. . . al-
ways seen driving that car around
Qlintered October 'SD
came to us from Allderdice High. . .friends ga-
lore. . . can be seen around that certain flower
Tb y Hafd Fffzbfazy Mghi Damcey
Band 1,2,3g May Day 1,23 Hi-Y 2,
35 Officer 3: Basketball 1g Senior
an all around fellow... popular with the band
members. , .-1 special friend to a certain
proud owner of that Chevie. . . wolf: with Snod-
And we shall remember
at the hall fountains.
STARRE T. STEINMETZ
Flame Staff 3g Moon Beams Staff 3g
W. P. S. P. A, 2, 3g Journalism 2, 3g
Homeroom Officer 3.
ho! rod enthusiast. . . a big executive of 204. . .
in charge of our Flame activities
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renowned for the me of his Chevie. . .
friend. . . enjoys hunting
Student Council 2g Moon Beams Staff
lp May Day 1,2g Homeroom Officer.
an assistant hall poster for a certain girl. . .
high on the popularity poll.. .Moon's marvel
Student Council 1,2, 3g Officer 35.
Student Council Convention 2g
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Aid 1,2g
May Day 1,2g Key Club 13 Hi-Y 1,
2,35 Officer 3: Stage Crew 1,21
Service Committee lg Football 1,
2,3g Track lg Baccalaureate Usher
2: Big Ten All-Star Team 35 Var-
sity Club 3: Senior Revue 3.
the Eisenhower of student council. . . a rugged
man with our pigskinners
NORMA JEAN TRANTER
Cafeteria Aid 2,35 Mixed Chorus
1,2,3g Girls' Glee Club lg May Day
2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Intramurals lg
Service Committee 13 Area Chorus 2.
that hair is the reddest. . . to be a successful
secretary is her aim
MARGARET ANN TRIBBY
qEntered September '5'7j Mixed Cho-
rus 3g Girls' Ensemble 3g Western
District Chorus 3g Tri-Hi-Y 33 Future
Nurses' Club 3: National Honor So-
ciety 3g Operetta 3g Robed Choir 3,
Guidance Hostess 3: Senior Revue 3.
has time for two hobbies--singing and a certain
military man, . .returned to us after a long re-
cess from Moon
A5 OMVEJJOOZ Yemff Comluaie We Look
Homeroom Officer 3: May Day 2, 3:
Hi-Y 3: Football l,2,3: Track l,2,
3: Senior Revue 3.
pm of the big gang with his cool black hat. . .
one of our favorite comedians
JOAN LEILANI TRUNICK
Student Council 2: Cafeteria Patrol
1,2: Homeroom Officer 3: Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3: Girls' Glee Club l:
May Day 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: Com-
mencement Usher 2: Operetta 3.
forsakes school buses for convertible. . .seen
roaming the gloaming with Carol
Hall Patrol 3: Cafeteria Aid 1: Class
Officer 1,2,3: May Day l,2: Key
Club l,2, 3: Officer 3: Key Club
Convention 1,2: Hi-Y l,2,3: Of-
ficer l,2,3: Service Committees
l,2,3: Football 1,2,3: Captain 3:
Basketball 1,2,3: Captain 3: Base-
ball l,2,3: John Tilly Award l:
Big Ten All-Star Team 2, 3: Bacca-
laureate Usher 2: All District Foot-
ball Award 3.
a wicked man in the field of sports, . .our
minister of finance
JOHN MICHAEL URBAN
Class Officer l,2, 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Cafeteria Aid 1,2: May Day 1: Sen-
ior Play 3: Key Club l,2,3: Key
Club Officer 2,3: Hi-Y l,2,3: Of-
ficer Hi-Y l,2: Key Club Conven-
tion l,2: Service Committee 1,2,3:
Football 1,2: Basketball 1: Track 1:
Golf l,2, 3: Baccalaureate Usher 2:
Driver Training Conference 2: Var-
sity Club 3: Senior Revue 3.
President of our Class and Key Club. . .Sure
knows his way around the golf course. . . Gail's
Student Council l,2,3: Officer 3:
Hall Patrol 3: May Day l,2: Key
Club 2,3: Hi-Y 1,2,3: StageCrew
he's seen behind the scene. . . guards that lst
ramp. . . also student council till
if 1 is
We waited for buses in all kinds of weather,
LORRAINE E. WANA
Cafeteria Patrol 1,2,3: Homeroom
Officer 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, May
Day l,2: Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3: Intramur-
als 1,2: Future Nurses 2.
thinks "Boots" is the greatest. . .a special kind
of blonde. . .likes to travel on the glazed H20
GEM P 9kE
Student Court 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Homeroom Officer 2,3: Hi-Y 3:
Football 2, 3: Captain 3: Track 2, 3
Baccalaureate Usher 2: All District
Football Award 3.
a rugged man with our Crimson Tide. . . goes
for cheerleaders in a big way. . .our Hall of
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a roller skating addict. . .when was that car
of his made"
CAROL A. WILSON
Cafeteria Patrol 1,25 Mixed Chorus
1,23 Girls' Glee Club lg May Day
1,2g Tri-l-li-Y 1,2,3: Intramurals
guards the cafeteria as well as they do Fort
Knox. . .singing one of her hobbies
Cafeteria Aide 1,23 lli-Y 1,2g Chess
Club 25 Sports Manager 3: Football
1,2p Captain 1,2g Track 1,21 Cap-
a clnder and gridiron man. ..a satire form of
humorlst. . .wondering when his 'Uncle Sam'
will greet him
JANET RAY WIRTH
Mixed Chorus lg Tri-Hi-Y 3.
plans to add her talents to the business world
. . . tzavels with Romaync
WILLIAM F. WIRTH JR.
drives a mad bomb. . .sets the alarm early so
he can deliver his Post Gazertes
flintered September '57J MixedCho-
rus 3, Hi-Y 3: Track 33 Operetta 3:
Senior Revue 3.
the "Sam Cook" of Moon lligh. . . drifted up
And three o'c1ock every day meant our departure for home on the
ever faithful school buses.
Cafeteria Patrol lg Mixed Chorus 1,
3: May Day lg Tri-Hi-Y 1,35 Serv-
ice Committee 1, Intramurals 1: Sen-
ior Revue 3. Not Enrolled in 1957.
returned to us after a slight absence. . .hangs
around with Seo. . . goes with a mystery man
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drifted down to us from Langley. . . her pearly
whites arc always beaming
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In line for polio shots.
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It's all over in a minute.
Seventh grade officers and their advisers. uZiC's S1
Shadows of the future. ave 0,1 T
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Sitting out a dance at the New Year's Eve Formal.
Girls' sextelte and beaux.
Enjoying themselves at the Formal.
15 are th
Seventh grade poster contest.
Marjorie, with all my pianos and the organ I
The Class of 1958 wrshes to thank everyone who has rn any way
contrrbuted to the success of thrs Flame
Mr and Mrs N R Mclntosh
John G Curry
Frederrck A Ramsey
Mr and Mrs Robert Edwards
Mr Roy G Thomas
Marshall s Gulf Statron
Nance and Berme
G J Conley
Willram J Graff
Harry E Delancey
Paul T Luccr
Joseph L Crea
C E Kaufman
A C Bredahl
Willram O Nell
S W Stouffer
H H Snell
CharlesE Dexter Jr
Edmund R Huld
Mr and Mrs Kenneth Tator
Mr and Mrs J C Herder
Mrs Wxllxam Trlly
and Mrs Theodore Almacy
and Mrs Fellx Colangelo
Mr and Mrs Wm B McLean
Dr and Mrs M A Wrlken
Mr and Mrs A Cello
PaulJ Hrcks Jr
Mr James Doughty
Mr Frank Cummm s
E V Botkm
Joseph F Moxm
J L Bower
V C Milligan
J A McArdle
Wrlham Julrus Jr
Mr and Mrs G W Alexander
Mary and Clark
M S Hennrng
Judy and Harry
John J Hemmger
Merle s Srgn Studxo
and Mrs Charles D Jones
J L Frelds
Earle P Braun
A Raymond Egler
and Mrs Joseph Lewis
Mrs Elbert V Connell
Mr andMrs Clyde Moon
Mr Howard Moon
V F Koontz
R E Wrese
I T Chrlds
W H Humphrres
Mr and Mrs Frank D1 Meolo
Mr and Mrs John L Caldwell
Mr and Mrs George Dlckey
Hemphill s Beverage Drstrrbutor
and Mrs James G Wrthee
The Werghtman Famrly
and Mrs RussellM Patton
and Mrs James Benvenuto
and Mrs Thomas Klmedensr
W E Holsmger
M J Caponas
The Maye Shop
D J Krlllp
Vrctor G Franc
R G Croyle
Mollre C Galterro
Mr and Mrs IohnB Hartrlck
Jean and Jack 57
George I Mmch
Wrllram G Cowles
James R Knoch
C Thomas Hartrg
Mrs Johanna Thompson and Earl
and Mrs Boyd Lyslak
and Mrs Wrllram J Evans
and Mrs Thomas De Lutrs
and Mrs James Potts
John H Snell
Mrs George Goss
A T Hunter
Harold F Mowry
Mrs Betty V Beaman
Elmer W Powell
Mrs R E Wilson
and Mrs R F Hansen and Famrly
and Mrs John J Asprnall and Famrly
John 0 Baun
Janet M Fawley
Mrs May Kunkel
and Mrs Leonard Baun
and Mrs Louis F Kopsa
and Mrs G C Gardner
and Mrs W J Parkrnson
Mrs Arleen Kavanagh
John G Drckey
George H Schofreld
W R Bums
Robert Ward and Famrly
John C Mrller
T Mrller and Famrly
Frank Kroboth Jr
James R. Coll
E C Bamhart
R E Stephan
W F Prttenger
Peg and Jon
and Mrs Albert Kremrn
and Mrs Charles Kroboth
and Mrs McEwen
Wanda and George
Mr and Mrs James Gore
Mr and Mrs Ira I Eberle
Dr and Mrs Elmer H Eger
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Elsie and Tonl
and Mrs James E Taylor
and Mrs Paul Hood
and Mrs William E Latta
and Mrs Alfred Mullaugh
Chief and Mrs R A Colledge
Mr Andrew Nesteo
S E McCas1rn
George R Omlor
John D Knoll
Edward L BoggS Jr
Max K Wrant
George E Vaydar
A P Bates Jr
A 8n D AIRWAY SERVICE
End of Arrport Parkway
Your Srnclarr Dealer
Henry W Sacco and Family
Charles Frledl and Famtly
Wtlliam L Martin
R D Powers
R Cummrskey and Family
John F Sacco and Children
Ronald Fagan and Famrly
M C Haller
WIRETON SERVICE CENTER
Wireton Pa '7 3532
Everything i.n Furniture Applrances
GILBERT S FLOWERS
937 5th Ave
Coraopolis Pa AM 4 1020
CLARA S BEAUTY SHOP
GL 7 8384
ANDY S BARBER SHOP
FIFTH AVENUE RESTAURANT
Ross 8: Katxes
809 Frfth Avenue Coraopolrs
BARCASKEY MOTOR SALES
Chrysler Plymouth and Imperral
855 Fifth Avenue AM 4 2480
KITTY S FLOWER SHOPPE
Dlal CO 6 4858
PETE MYL GARAGE
Coraopolts, Pa AM 4 4130
L C ERWIN
South Herghrs Pa ESsex 8 1653
THE CHOCOLATE SHOP
932 Fifth Ave
AM 4 1976
RAY S WIRETON SHOPPING CENTER
GLadstone 7 8849
THE NATIONAL RESTAURANT
the finest food in town
930 Frfth Ave Coraopolxs Pa
THE SENIOR TRI HI Y
The Class of 1958
VALENTINE S SERVICE STATION
McGovern Blvd 8: Divrsron Ave Wueton, Pa
Valentine Frankrewicz, Owner GL 7 8951
All Forms of Insurance
R D 4Broadhead Road Coraopolrs
BYERS HARDWARE CO
Devoe Paint Products
AM 4 1230
Televrsion Sales and Servrce
AM 4 1380
Groceries Fresh Produce
Phone AM 4 6030
C RL M MOTORS
Plymouth Sales Service
Fifth Ave Coraopolls
VAN BALEN LAUNDRY INC
Laundry 8a Dry Cleanxng
1403 1407 Flfth Ave AM 4 5250 Coraopolts
O ROURKE S ESSO STATION
Frfth Ave at Ferree St
EDDIE S LUNCH
1107 Fifth Avenue
FAMOUS DEPARTMENT STORE
429 M111 St AM 4 2940 Coraopolls
The Store of Values
Frne Sea Food
Route 930 Glenwillard
MARTIN S SUPER MARKET
Narrows Run Road
AM 4 6533 AM 4 6534
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
941 Frfth Ave
D F MILLER COMPANY
AM 4 2685 24 Hr Towtng Coraopolxs P
1450 5th Ave
WM G DOUGLAS AGENCY
Insurance 81 Real Estate
James H Bonham AM 4 1480
Moon Clmton Road
JOE WORKMAN S DEPARTMENT STORE
Men s Clothmg
SHAFER FLORIST AM 4 2184
Margaret C Shafer, Prop
Plants and Flowers for All Oocasrons
AUTENREITH S DOLLAR STORES
946 Frfth Ave
415 M111 St Coraopolrs P
Complete Toy 8: Hobby Store
FANNING S DRUG STORE
Prescnptrons AM 4 5086
1110 5th Ave Coraopolts Pa
COMINO S RESTAURANT
JAY S HOME BAKERY
Hrgh Street Wrreton, Pa
Phone GLadstone 7 8610
MONTOUR HARDWARE COMPANY
Sportlng goods S011 Ptpe Plumb1ngSupplres Motors
Coraopolts AM 4 5141
HELEN C LAUGHNER
Wlreton, Pa GL 7 8569
BOYD LUMBER CO
1425 Fourth Ave Coraopolrs, Pa
AM 4 3130
McKNOWN 8s BEATTIE
865 Fourth Avenue Coraopolrs Pa
AM 4 0490
Carnot Beers Road
Coraopolis, Pa AMherst 4 1248
BELL MOTOR PARTS
1200 Fourth Avenue
LEO GROGAN ICE AND BEVERAGES
840 Fourth Ave Coraopolrs
AM 4 4630
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95-11m Street Ambridge, Pa. De Soto-Plymouth 'Distributor
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Solrd Steody Growth
rn the Greoter
In 1914 a company known as Standard Steel
Sprmg Company started operatrons ln the
C1 eater Plttsbur gh Area
The 10Cdfl0I1 Coraopohs The plant small
and 1lI equrpped The personnel 50 people The
capltal S5 000
Today s outgrowth of thls small beglnnmg
Rockwell Sprmg and Axle Company a consoh
datlon of Standard Steel Sprmg Company and
The Tlmken Detroit Axle Company his 22 mod
ern plants strateglcally located from coast to
coast Its 1957 estlmated volume IS rn excess of 260
mrlhons It has lnvested over 95 m1lI1ons ln the
past ten vears rn plant expansron and addltrons
automauon and rmproved operatmg fac111t1es
Our busmess IS wldely d1V6l'SlH6d servlng the
great names ID the automotlve lndustry the farm
machlnery lndustry the constxuctlon machinery
mdustry and the road construotlon machmery
The steady sohd growth of Rockwell Sprmg
and Axle Company through good tlmes and bad
15 due to progresswe management and the Lour
age and foreslght to burld strongly for the future
by plowmg earnmgs and profits back 1nto the
buslness Truly an example of great g10Wth
from small begmmngs rn the Greater Pittsburgh
ROOKWEll SPRING AND AIIlE COMPANY
STANDARD STEEI SPRING COMPANY AND THE TIMKEN DETROIT AXLE COMPANY
GENERAL RESEARCH LABORATORY Rockwell Sprung and Axle Company Coraopolrs Pa AXLE RESEARCH LABORATORY Trmken Detrort Axle DIVISION Detrort Mtch
SEATING AND BRAKE RESEAPCH LABORATORY Rockwell Spr ng and Axle Comp ny Birmingham M ch DISTRICT OFFICE 1217 Fisher Bldg Deirnll Mtch
CANADIAN OFFICES TIMKEN DETROIT AXLE DIVISION OF CANADA LTD Windsor Ontario Canada
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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE CLASS OF -sa
Televlslon 8 Radio'Pianos'MusicaI Instruments
Hallmark Greeting Cards'Phonographs 8. Records
CAR ROLL'S MUSI C S HO P
405 Beaver Street Sewickley, Penna
Graduation opens the doors of the future, a future
filled with bright and shining jaromise. From all of us
comes "God-Speed to the gro uoting Class of I958. "
TURNER IMPLEMENT STORE INC.
AM 4-6230 FE I-7737
FARM 8- GARDEN EQUIPMENT
PARTS, SALES 8- SERVICE
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
AT THE INTERSECTION OF STOOPS
FERRY AND NARROWS RUN ROAD.
We played Shale: at home.
H GILLIS FURNITURE CO
7 5TH AVENUE CORAOPOLI
PHONE FEderaI I 6266 or AMherst 4 0830
CREDIT TO ALL
RECORD PUBLISHING CO
Printers 8. Publishers
THE CORAOPOLIS RECORD
All the School 8m Sports News
FACTORY LEETSDALE PENNA
CHICAGO PITTSBURGH NEW YORK
DERAMO BEVERAGE CO
I404 Rear and I406 Fourth Ave
G BALFOUR CO
Known wherever there
are schools or colleges
Class rings and Pins
Diplomas Personal Cards
Charles H Kllngensmlth
424 Greenhurst Drive
Coraopolis Pa Pittsburgh I6 Penna
Tele Fleldbrook I 6801
PHONE AM 4 5300 4 3270 BEAUTY DISTINCTION
CARBON PAPERS INKED RIBBONS
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YATES ATLANTIC SERVICE
Route 51 at Carnot
Phone AM 4 9750
R D 4 Coraopolls, Pa
Flrestone Tnres and Batteries
Lubrication a Washln9
S 8- H Green Stamps
Puck Up and Delivery Service
ANTHONY CIPER JR
Justice of the Peace
AUTO 81 FIRE INSURANCE
BOX 276, GLENWILLARD PA
PHONE GL 7 8360
GREENHOUSE PHONE 410 BEAVER STREET
AMHERST 4 3902 SEWICKLEY 1916
FLORAL HILL FARM
PLANTS FLOWERS AND EVERGREENS
GREENHOUSES AT CARNOT PA ON BROADHEAD ROAD
435 BEAVER STREET SEWICKLEY
PHONE SEWICKLEY 1898
R D 4 CORAOPOLIS PA
SHAFER COACH LINES INC
Dlrect service from Clinton
Carnot and polnts In
Moon Townshup to Downtown Pittsburgh
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GRADUATING CLASS OF T958
TAYLOR MILK CO
Hugh School Graduates The Dcury Industry offers many lob opportumtues Dalry Techmclans
Danry Engineering Dclry Manufacturmg Pennsylvania State Umverslty offers the fmest course
an the U S A
CONSIDER A CAREER WITH
PITTSBURGH DES MOINES
EIIGIIIEIS IAIIKAIOIS GIITIKIOIS
Elevated Steel Tanks Flat Bottom Tanks
Steel Swlmmlng Pools Steel Deck Grandstands
Refuse Inclnerators Industrial Bulldlngs
Steel Reservoirs and Standplpes Pressure and Vacuum Spheres
Wind Tunnels and Allled Work Steel Platework
Closed Tanks and Buns Brldges Gasholders
NEVILLE ISLAND PITTSBURGH 25 PENNSYLVANIA
MYTINGER 8E CO. HARDWARE
570 MERCHANT STREET AMBRIDGE
PIPELINE SERVICE CORPORATION
COATING 8. SERVICING PIPE
APPLIANCES - TELEVISION
SALES - SERVICE
IoI7-I9 FIFTH AVE. CORAOPOLIS, PA. Gmdsfone 7-8823 GLcdsfone 7-8823
PHONE: Gmdsfone 7-8632
WIRETON SERVICE CENTER
EVERYTHING IN APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE
"COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND"
NICK BASALYGA, OWNER WIRETON, PA.
COMPLIMENTS STUDEBAKER MACK PACKARD
NAUGHTON 8. BEROLA AGENCY W. A. NO,-TE
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
JOHN L. NAUGHTON - JOHN B. BEROLA
908 FOURTH AVENUE
CLASS OF '58
HODAN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
F J HODAN Direcfor DR W N CANNISTER, Associate Director
MITCHELL BUICK INC Comphmenfs
New and Used Cars
Brood and Centennial, Sewlckley P
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FUNERAL HOME public
THE MOST MODERN FUNERAL HOME
IN THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY
M J HEINLEIN JR OWNER
HAROLD HEINLEIN PRO
24 HR AMBULANCE SERVICE HERBERT HEINLEIN SUPERINTENDENT
AMHERST 4 3050 FEDERAL I I7II CORAOPOLIS PA PHONE AM 4 5404
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HOWARD S RESTAURANT
1510 Carnot Beers School Road
Coraopol ls, Am 4 9978
Stationery Greetlng Cards Offnce Supplies
406 Mlll Street Dial AM 4
CAIN S NEWS
5102 Coraopolls, Penna
STAR SHOE STORE
Shoes For Enture Famlly
422 Mlll St
PUBLIC GOLF COURSE
Beaver Grade Road
Phone AM 4 4765
Ernest E Easter, Owner
Corner Fourth Ave and Mull St
Lowest Prices Always
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50 Years of Servuce to
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The new 1958 Chevrolet
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Mull St 8. Thurd Ave
CORAOPOLIS PA AM 4 6690
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SHERRYS cut-rate DRUG STORE
Telephone AMherst 4-5152
HOTEL PITTSBURGHER MOTEL
Opposite Greater Pittsburgh Anrport
Harry M Flick T500 Beers School Rd
Manager Coraopolls, Pc
AM 4-5830 AM 4-3944
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Better Furnuture For Less
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CHARLES N MORGAN
SHARON HILL MANOR
DEVELOPMENT FINE HOMES 8. HOMESITES
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II59 STEVENSON MILL ROAD
AM 4 6595
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CORAOPOLIS CARNOT ROAD
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CORAOPOLIS NATIONAL BANK
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