Moon High School - Flame Yearbook (Coraopolis, PA)

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's Q . 5 -' ff 2 .ff 7- 'L may W J nf" 'G Q .'fi.,5 Q, 'gl' fi' 5. F5 H ' R W Q, if! g n 1936 7937 1958 7 939 1940 1325 7 9713 791111 7945 79716 7 997 7 948 1949 1950 7957 7952 7 953 1954 7 955 1956 7957 1958 7959 1960 ,45 115 57,05 0100 7115 f1f1fn55 77ze Zflbllfllf -aix mefnbefzae-rift the claaa dedicated the ,llifzat '77lame" to 'Oun fanerutaf goaa play the lead ln t7le ,lifzat aenion play. fwent -two ACILLUIZA weze 111. the claaa. 77znee wme elected to oun fuat chan- tenedycnapten ol 7Va,t,ional !70fl.0fL -Societ . We bnoke even in b0t7z baaketball and fjotball. rfvezg rnemben of t7ze olaaa nad a nole in '777f1a. Wlarga ol the Cabbage 77a,tdz'. Qhug a memben ol the gfzaduating claaa, played luzat vlolin Lfl. 77ze "Flame" waa . the H - lne flizzat tudent Council waa onaaniged and flag, 7wUzlma led the band. ffppfw nlate cenemoniea manned the ' ol the connenatone of the new bullirng addltion. 77znee 6acult7u membena and twenty-one alumnl nad anawen- ed the callfb amvlce in onld Wan 77. gfigjuteen aenion boya l'l.G!lljL0l!1.6Cl up' and the 73n0m waa pneaented ln febnu- anu belone all tne boga had donned z4n' H121 m?J7l0!LllLU7ZH manked the namea ol two membena ol the claaa 0,f"j6 who had made the aupneme aacyzljllice . . . 771e aenion play "you Can't 7a7ee .yt Wltfl you" featuied the moat 'pnopa.' 1 Coacnhglwoka' fwopateuza came wi,Uz,in one game ol winning, W. 719.111, L. aec- tion nofza. dedicated to '7Jeace' 73lana wene made ,lon ,two new wmga to oacfz .5'iegman'a nandedagonaopolia ita lifzat 777o0n defeat. 771n. nace waa a mem en ol that aau . he but Student Count aenved aummorza and we wene evaluated by the 77?ld- dle Statea flaaociation. We 'nawat the aonla' lil. mn. 777CC0nnuLc7e'a newly cofnpoaed "Alma mated' jeventy eight aeniona ann the Qneaten Wlttab 1441 fit wefie 14 aummen aupplement of tfzenflamenplcxtuned t7Le ' ,t 7750 Da . Noffung, 151 the wln wwm lm the fgfwuouf Zu beau: wuz you wene added to VGAAMQ apofuw. Hnamatica d0l7LU7,lLf2Il tne acene with "77a a ja All" and the aenion play H14 0012 0501 ywgff mm nwum md mo. Wgltonbauyfv. nad emma www ln tne "7Vlf,ty fifliean 7?evue. F 'Woon Beaman won ll0f'L0!1A ln botn ata,te and national 77Le lbzat Qoann Caponeccfii awanda wme made by tne Claaa ol 'jj 77ze flame took a ,lijzat place Ln natlonal 77ifza. 77avida0n waa a membei of the a-gill. We 'efeed' out anoiien victon oven Conaopolw. lne glaaa eatablian om Yboueul zwoowmf mmfwu fcfwowfap. 5 7znee 'aftiflta' all claaaew became a neceaaity when moon and Cneacent lown- a71,ipa ,foamed the 77l00n Union School 0-lAIf!Z,llCLf to awell the emnollment. Commuting, between the old acfzool and the uaable unlt at t71e new waa neven fukzdened by the elementa. We laid oun aecond cofznefzatone. 77ze '7-lame" ollened a toun ol the completed moon 771.971 Scfwol. Yjanenta and had t7zeUi lifzat lo07z duning Open 770uae. Oun new G,Ll.CblL2llU!'l.llLll71 wig with the aounda ol mualc when 77100n noated the Weatefm Otatnict nuaea. gun ol! team won the aection aeven title. 7-ne Qeonge W. Caaalm Cnapten of tie futune leacfzma of Amenlca waa gnanted a - lne laaa made tne ,llifzat Qofzn lilly flwand and the F.7.14. and 77.7.11 join- ed to ant dwlanatii to a ective teacnen 77ze cfzafzoten ncea gn a a p a pno p . membefza ol the CCLfZ!Z,2J1A, Club hung, up them. apnona allen t7znee y6GflA of aenvlce. 7-71e Qunwn ' cfzonua made lt two ,twat lacea ln a now at H0!UllA!7 afltegz Lta 7422? aucceaa at Qe,t71le7zem and tie muaic depantrnefit ,toppedubvil a bag: gean wltn "Babea in logilandn. P Oun 7.lLg,2!ZA ol the nand wood copped the Big, 7en Conlenence C7Lampi0na7zlp and the tnacfe team pneaenved the undefeated necond ol the 7710011 771971 'a youngeat apofut. able of Contents . . . Staff 4 - - . Classes 14 . . . Activities 46 . . . Patrons 103 We wish to honor the five people of Moon High who are most directly interested in this jubilee Issue of The Flame and who in- directly represent the faculty and students who for the past twenty- five years have "passed this way". Miss Elsie E. Braun, who has been adviser to twenty-five Flam 6 staffs has seen first hand and has been an integral part of the changes that have brought fame to Moon High School. As teacher of English and IL S 7 foreign languages, which she has relinquished to become girls' guidance J I I counselor, and through her association with many extra-curricular activ ities she has great pride in the accomplishments of our school and has faith in Moon High's growth and future success. outstanding in the community. In the past twenty-five years, They have met each crisis with a tion and dedication to a task can assure. Dr. Allard and Mr. Brooks have given more time and energy to our school than any other two men. They head the faculty who teach us, guide us, and help us in all possible ways f to make our school and its students they have influenced many people through their friendship and guidance. composure that only complete devo- 2 - x fwf ,T Miss H. Winifred King, health and physical education teacher, was a member of the Class of 1936. She thinks of the constant changes in the school system and recalls her student days in the Carnot Building with no cafeteria, no library, a"gym" that doubled as an auditorium and visa versa, no homemaking rooms and no science "labs',. She remem- bers, too, that no thirty-six people ever graduated with more pride in their school and their achievements than did that Class of 1936. Mr. Wayne Goss, editor of the 1936 Flame, returned to his Alma Mater to teach social studies. After "time out" to serve in World Wat II, he resumed his teaching duties and has since added the di- rection of all audio and visual aid materials to his responsibilities. Especially he notes the communi- ty's change from a rural to a subur- ban atmosphere and the students more worldly behavior. VT: 7 1 GRATEF UL APPRECIATIC We, the class of 1960, on behalf of the students, faculty, alumni, and all the friends of Moon Schools, want to express our sincere and grateful appreciation to Dr. ALA. Allard. It is with regret that we learn that he has announced his retirement effective at the close of the 1960 school year. For thirty-two years his has been the guiding spirit that has brought Moon Schools from the three grade school buildings and a faculty of eighteen elementary teachers to a system housed in seven buildings with a faculty of one hundred and twenty-three and a total enrollment of twenty- seven hundred students. His wisdom and foresight have kept our schools apace with the growth that has marked education. However, it is for a greater privilege we wish to express our gratitude -the privilege of being associated with a leader who has been so imbued with the ideals of democracy that these ideals have permeated all of those who have known him through these thirty-two years of service to Moon Schools. This community cannot help but feel for years to come the good effects of these principles, which for him have been a way of life. We feel that the influence of this man, who has dedicated his life to educa- tion, will reach beyond the boundaries of our townships, for students, faculty, and associates in every walk of life must be carrying these ideals to the many parts of the world where service and occupations have called them. Dr. Allard, may you have many years to enjoy the rewards you so richly deserve. Seated Mr. Smith, Mr. Hawes, Mr. Steele, Mr. Williams Standing Mr. Huntley, Mr. Stouffer, Mr. Kern, Mrs. Waltonbaugh, Mr. Healy Board of Education Administration Mr. Edward P. Hawes, Sr ....... President Mr. Carlton L. Williams .... Vice President Mr. Russell M. Patton ......... Treasurer Mrs. Virginia Waltonbaugh. . . . . .Secretary Mr. john F. Healy ....... . Solicitor Mr. Wilhert F. Huntley Mr. William D. Smith Mr. Kenneth W. Kern Mr. joseph G. Steele Mr. S. William Stouffer Dr Mr Mr Mr Mr Shaffer, Mr. J. A. Allard Supervising Principal J. H. Brooks Assistant Supervising Principal joseph Siegman Assistant Supervising Principal Kenneth Shaffer Elementary School Su james Crawford Assistant High Schoo Siegman, Mr. Crawford pervi sing Princip al l Principal Mr. Edward P. Hawes, Sr. has served Moon Schools on the Board of Education during these twenty- five years. For ourselves and all those who have directly or indirect- ly been influenced by his wisdom and interest, the Class of 1960 says a sincere thanks. Mr. Brooks, Dr. Allard MR. J. H. BROOKS HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Litt. M. University of Pittsburgh Qllf Administration DR. J. A. ALLARD SUPE RVISING PRINCIPAL B.A. Penn. State University M.A. University of Pittsburgh Dr. Ed. University of Pittsburgh The Administration, made up of Dr. Allard, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Crawford and Mr. Siegman, is the staff to whom we look for leadership. Whatever the situation, these people do their best to work out a reason- able solution that will benefit all. We would like to thank our administra- tion to whom we are indebted for the fine out our years at Moon. MR. JAMES CRAWFORD ASSISTANT HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL B.S. University of Pittsburgh M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh leadership that they have given us through- MR. JOSEPH SIEGMAN ASSISTANT SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL l B.S. Indiana State Teachers College M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh '32 Mr. McCormack, Mis-s Stout, Miss Braun, Mrs. I-Iixson, Mr. Lee SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT MR. ALEX KRAMER A.B. University of Pittsburgh Social Studies, Guidance MR. STEPHEN LEBEC A.B. Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College M. Ed., University of Pittburgh Social Studies, Guidance MR. EDWARD MERGES B.A. Pennsylvania State University Social Studies MR. JOHN G. MILLER B.A. Washington State College M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh Social Studies MR. EDWARD C. STULL B.S. in Ed., M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh Social Studies Mr. Wilson, Mr. Freeland X-.sf Mr. Goss, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Greaves Our Faculty SPECIAL SERVICES MISS ELSIE E. BRAUN A.B. Westminster College M.A. Pennsylvania State Univ. Girls' Counselor, English MRS. ISABEL HIXSON B.S. Clarion State Teachers College Reading MR. WILLIAM H. LEE B.S. Indiana State Teachers M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Director of Guidance MR. FRANCIS MCCORMACK B.S. Pennsylvania State Univ. M.A. Carnegie Inst. of Technology Assistant to the High School Principal, Music MISS JUNE STOUT B.S. Crnegie Inst. of Technology M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Home and School Visitor Mf- Miller, Mr. stun fs? ? , MIS' .bwgx Y Mr. Merges, Mr. Kramer, Mr. Lebec MR. JAMES ALEXANDER A.B. , Westminster College Social Studies MR. STANLEY W. FREELAND A.B. Univ. of Pittsburgh Social Studies MR. WAYNE GOSS B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh Geography MR. THEODORE G. GREAVES B.S. Geneva College Mathematics, Social Studies MR. EDWARD WILSON B.S. Edinboro State Teachers College Social Studies ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MR. GLENN RAUSCHENBERGER B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College English MR. STANLEY MCDANIEL B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh English MR. RUDOLPH SPIK A.B. Brown University English, Social Studies MRS. HELEN TUSSEY B.S. Millersville State Teachers College Library MR. JAMES F. DRIESCH A.B. St. Francis College English MR. SAMUEL ROGAL B.S. Clarion State Teachers College English, journalism B A Grove City College Mrs Chisholm Mrs Andreyev, Mrs. Roth nghsh Speech Mr Sliwiak Mr Huckestein, Mr. Sharps, Mr. D'Andrea Mr Isenberg, Mr Miller, Mr Cummings MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENTS MR. ROBERT C. GUNN B.M. Westminster College M.A. Columbia University Instrumental Music MR. WILLIAM MCFARLAND B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Art MR. CHARLES ISENBERG B.S. Duquesne University Music MR. JOHN C. MILLER B.S. Indiana State Teachers College M. Ed. Pennsylvania State Univ. Art MR. FRANK L. CUMMINGS B.F.A. Carnegie Inst. of Technology Music HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENTS MR. ELMER E BRAUN B.S. Carnegie Inst. of Technology M. Equiv. Calif. State Teachers College Ind. Arts, Mech. Drawing MRS. DORIS CONRAD B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Cafeteria Dietician MR. THOMAS HOSKINS B.S. Carnegie Inst. of Technology M. Ed. Pennsylvania State Univ. Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing MRS. JEAN MCCORMICK B.A. Muskingum College Homemal-:ing MR. JAMES REED B.S., M. Equiv. Ohio State University Industrial Arts MRS. CONSTANCE WHITE B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Mr. Ifloskins, Mr, Reed, M1-, Braun Homemaking, Family Living u Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. White SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MRS. GRACE CRAWFORD A.B. Allegheny College General Science MR. EUGENE DEPTA B.S. Geneva College Science MR. LOUIS GOLD B.S., M. Ed., Univ. of Pittsburgh Physics MR. HARVEY P. HARMAN A.B. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Science, Biology MR. PETER S KOENIG B.S. Grove City College Biology MR. JOSEPH M. LESKO B.S., M. Ed., Univ. of Pittsburgh Chemistry, Mathematics MR. JOHN MASTRI B.S. Slippery Rick State Teachers MI- Depfa. MI- Gold, Mr. Mastri, Mr. Harman College , M.A. Austin Peay State College MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mr. Koenig, Mrs. Crawford, Mr. Lesko Science, Physical Education MR. THOMAS BRADY B.S. Clarion State Teachers College Mr' BradY, Mr. Hawes, Mr. Peters M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Mathematics MR. EDWARD P. HAWES A.B. Westminster College M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Mathematics, Remedial Reading Miss Romano, Miss Koepfinger, Mrs. McGinnis MISS ADE STA KOEP FINGER B.S., M. Ed., Duquesne University Mathematics MRS. MARTHA MCGINNIS B.S. Westminster College Mathematics MR. SAMUEL PETERS B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Mathematics MISS TH EODORA ROMANO B.S. Indiana State Teachers College M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Mathematics 37 Mr. Karcher, Mr. Gracey, Mr. Fryz Mrs. Petersen, Miss King, Mrs. Kasanovich COMMERCIAL DEP ARTMENT MR. THADDUS KRAJEWSKI B-S-, M. Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh Commercial Subjects MRS. NANCY DAVIDSON B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Commercial Subjects MISS MARY C. AL BRI GHT B.B.A. Westminster College English, Commercial Subjects MISS PATRICIA R. SPINE B.S. Univ. of Pittsburgh Commercial Subjects HEALTH AND SAFETY DEPARTMENT MR. BROOKS KARCHER B.S. Geneva College Driver Education MR. HOWARD GRACEY B.S. Eastern Kentucky State College Physical Education, Health MR. JOSEPH FRYZ B.S., M.A. Eastern Kentucky State College Physical Education, Health MRS. MARY PETERSEN R.N. St. john's Hospital School Nurse, Home Nursing MISS WINIFRED KING B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Physical Education, Health MRS. OLGA KASANOVICH B.S. Slippery Rock State Teachers College Physical Educ ation, Health Mr- Krajewski, Mrs. Davidson, Miss Albright, Miss Spine 1 fffxh SECRETARIES Mi ss Minton, Miss Easter, Mrs. Titus, Mrs. Waltonbaugh ur Cooks 84 Custodians There is no group of people to whom we are more grateful than to our cooks and custodians who cater to our needs and keep Moon High a better place. Under the direction of Mrs. Conrad, our cooks prepare lunches just as tasty as they are nutritious. Mr. Holland heads a group of custodians that are on the job day and night to keep the buildings clean and in ood re air FP' , ' N- 1, 1 8 P ' E ix " 5 rr., 5 I 2' - W ifi 2 3 1 5551: 'K Q ' ' X a . l l fe as .J f Mrs. Goss, Mrs. Combs, Mrs. McArdle, Mrs. Mohr, Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. Ayres. Mr. Rebuelta, Mr. DiMeo, Mr. Eckelberry ,ak - - Mr. Girtins, Mr. Holland, Mr. Born. -mv Mrs. Almacy Mrs, Pai-iso Mrs. Gould Mrs. Waltonbaugh Mrs. Zimmerman nk , WE we 1 11 E ,ff fix? :i,, Q' 'L aww' wg? ...za -ww 5 1-H, s. ahjg I Q an 1- um L as-S"" ar- :1 fzpiik , . New fl Most indicative of the great growth of Moon High is the in- creased enrollment. Thirty-six seniors and the single sections of juniors and sophomores in the above excerpts from the first "Flame" may be compared with the several sections of each class on the following pages. The Class of 1965 with its en- rollment of approximately 270 numbers almost as many as the entire student body pictured in the 1936 "Flame". CLASS S 'I Y: ,A V. 5 A-13.5551 13352, ff, 35.1. 34" 1 1 Qfwffgagt Q Sf E E :b 1 , K -'.eg5m7gk5 A Y. V X 'J if 4 raw an w fy -las, f- ,tw A fir.. . - . -' , JOE ANDRICK HC0dy" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Chess Club 2 Homeroom Officer 3 Track 1, 213 Math Club 2,3 ROBERT BAILEY "Beetle" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Dance Band 2,3 Area III Band 3 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Hi-Y 1 Junior Red Cross 1 Key Club 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Science Club 3 Senior Pl ay 3 Student Coun- cil 1,3 Westinghouse Science Honors 3 Summer Science Institute 2 Math Club 3 Hall Patrol 3 G ERALDINE C. BALLARD l 'Gerry' ' - Commercial Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom Officer 1,3 F.H.A. 1,2 Moonbeams 1 Senior Play 3 Intramurals 1,3 HOWARD BETL YN "Betlyn" - Industrial Arts Cafeteria Aide 1,2 Football 1 Stage Crew 1,2 ,ef If I if 3 J lg-WPT. me , af? if 7? 'Q ii' I? Eta 1 Oh Tfzee ..... jagt "Greene ALEX BOLEA "Alex" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Aid 1, 2,3 Debate Club 2 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3 Area Band 3 Hi-Y 1 DALLAS N. BOOR "Dallieus" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1, 2 F.'1'.A. 2,3 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Service Commit- tee 3 Hi-Y 1 County Chorus 1 Robe: Choir 1 ,greg ,gsif -::f'vi3- ,:I " ': "' ' I figii-7:55 f , 8 lr A ' Q J 'lgg z r i . -Q1-f'y'?g .2 5-,jj .fy Claw f- ifil' A H ..... Oh Happy Dag RICHARD L. BEHLID- ' 'Richn - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Pat: 1,2 Debate Club 2,3 Hom room Officer 1 Hi-Y l Mag Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Science Club 2,3 Service Committee 1 Year Book Staff 3 Dance Band 1,2,3 ALMA MARILYN w "Marilyn" ' Commercial Band 1,2,3 May Day 1, Year Book Staff 3 Rec Reporter 3 Area III Bail ff lil? ..f -if 'f,. S .... A LARRY BOSETTI ' - Academic Seball 1,2,3 Basketball 1, horus 1,2 Hall Moniter 3 meroom Officer 1 Hi-Y 1 otball 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 p Club 1 Varsity Club 1,2 gags. 'A" li 1' ':2f4 '. . JACK BOSTROM "jack" - Industrial Arts if SANDRA LEE BOWER "Sandy" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chess Club 1 Intramurals 1 F.H.A. 1 May Day 1,2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 MAXINE BRACKUS "Max" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Guidance Hostess 1,2,3 Hall Moniter 3 F.H.A. 1 Intramurals 1,2,3 F.N.A F.T.A. 3 May Day 1,2 Captain 3 Forensics Committee 2 Aid 1,2,3 Moonbeams 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 2,3 NU , . fl 7Jep4odeni gifllq . . . ju Owz 7ea?. . . . Sefulaua jadmggwwi. . . . REN THE IL BREDAHL iirdog' ' - Academic mmencement Usher 2 ll Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 amura.ls1F.H.A. 1 q'.A. 1,2,3 Library Club 1, i May Day 1,2 Senior Play Student Council 2,3 Tri- 'Y 1 Mach Club 2 Art Club a CONNIE BURKHART l 'Connie' ' - Academic Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Junior Red Cross 1,2,3 Library Club 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Caterers Club 2,3 District Officer of Tri-Hi- Y1 JUDITH BURNS "Burnses" - Commercial Hall Moniter 3 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams 2 Moon Beams Representative 1,2 Service Committee 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 JAMES BUTE RA "Boots" - Industrial Arts 'Sw f c e - wi- 3 'W' wi A V fi' 352: K3 li 1 . , :,.:, H . ..,4,,g.. L,,,1 , ,, ,,1, -,., 9 ,jiri Mia, gin 'ff 3 N 1132? W 1 , ak 3 if it V43 5 hafta , if Qhimaxyn' ,,,. 3 t w wfri y wi ' 2 CHARLES CARO "Chis" - Commercial Baseball 1,2,3 Hi-Y 1 Cafeteria Aid 1,2,3 Hall Moniter 3 Pep Club 1 Basket- ball Manager 1 Football Manager 1 Chorus 1 NAOMI R. CARTER "Noamie" - Commercial Homeroom Officer 1 May Day 1 Pep Club 1 Senior Play 3 "'CC 737 323 A i f - if ' . ' .., ,ff 5: -t 5 X f if 540-' W M '+ 2, , sea?-r x Q rl gif: . , ,z ,wie 1 'r 3 ,gf A -wmv f Q rn., f' 4? 1' 4 ROBERT CHRISTNER "Chris" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Aid 1,2 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Student Council 1 Area Band 2,3 CHERYL CHURCHILL "Cherie" - Academic Cheerleader 1 Class Of: 3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroo Officer 2 Intramurals 2 Junior Red Cross 2,3 Li y Club 1,2,3 May Day 1, National Honor Society Pep Club 1 Senior Play Tri-Hi-Y 1 Math Club 2, Caterers Club 2,3 Good Citizen Award 3 140.074nfG11C!l,.....-......4aQ7DG!ZffgL gUzlA.......... ...Z.iJ'2e..Wafee Upf........ HENRY 13. CLUELOW III "Dutch" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 1 JOSEPH H. COOK "joe" -Industrial Arts Band 1,2,3 Dance Band 1, 2,3 Area III Band 2,3 Cater'- ers Club 2,3 Cafeteria Aide 1,2,3 Class Officer 3 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 1,2 Hi-Y 1 Key Club 3 Stage Crew 1, 2,3 Year Book Staff 3 gv i- -, -,.- :xl , if - 'i ,L g. A K 5 i A, f Ii. , ff' "7-xi: 1 ELIZABETH MARIE COOMBS "Betty" - Commercial May Day 1,2 Senior Play 3 Cafeteria Aid 3 Intramurals 3 SAMUEL CRAMER "Sam" - Academic Chorus 1 Homeroom Offic 1,2 Track 1 'L 4' '48 fe- -L 1 V f' :ATHERINE LOUISE CURRY JULIUS D'AMICO CAROL ANN DELANCEY RUTH ANN DE WITT 'Kathyn - Academic NCS-rolv' - Academic "Rufus" - Academic Ihorus 2 Commencement Intramurals l,2,3 F,N,A, 1,2 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Guidance Isher 2 Hall Moniter 3 Hall May Day 1 Tri,Hi,Y lplay Hostess 3 Hall Moniter 3 'atrol 3 junior Red Cross 2, Day 1,2 F.N.A. 2,3 May Day 1 Moon I F.H, A. 1 May Day 1,2 Beams 2,3 Moonbeams Rep- Leience Club 3 Service Com- 1irtee 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Caterers Elub 2,3 Robed Choir 2 forensics 2 Senior Play 3 resentative 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 3 ..CaJmc1,zizkJ11 Kil!A.....74 Qcme.......Wfw?.......UA?.... .. RICHARD DENNIS EDWIN DIEHL LORENE DOUGHTY "Dick" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Chess Club 1,2 "Boo" - Scientific Cafeteria Patiol 3 Hall Track 1 Moniter 3 Hi-Y 1 Senior Play ,JM , 0 3 Student Council 3 Usher Club 1,2,3 ,vw I "Lorene" - Commercial Homeroom Officer I F.H.A. 1,2,3 May Day 2 Moonbeams 1,2,3 Service Committee 2 Senior Play 3 Student Coun- cil 3 ann: A I HLQJLQJL jiuef.. . . . NANCY DOUGHTY "Nance" - Irregular Band 1 Cheerleader 1,2 Hall Moniter 3 Intramurals 1, 2,3 F.l'I.A. 1 May Day 1,2 Pep Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y I Tumbling Team 1 Play Day 2 e , ' aw 'S' 2' r'rL' I 3 I . atfng . ,, . if ROLAND FAGAN "Butch" ' Academic Baccalaureate Usher 2 Cafeteria Aide 1 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Hi-Y 1 Football 1,2,3 May Day 1, 2 Pep Club 1 Service Com- mittee 1 Track 1,2,3 Varsity Club 1,2,3 W.P.I.A.L. Track Meet 1,2 Midland Invitation- ier - WILLIAM FIELD "Bill" - Academic Entered Sept. 1958 Hall Moniter 3 Moonbe Senior Play 3 SADIE FOSTER "Louise" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 3 Guidance ams 2 Hostess 1,2 Intramurals 2,3 Pep Club 1 Service COIHFHIC' tee 2 Hall Moniter 3 KATHL EE N GEDDIS "Kathi" - Academic Entered Sept. 1958 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Commenc ment Usher 2 Hall Patrol 3 Intramurals 3 F.T.A. 2,3 May Day 2 Science Club 2,3 Service Committee 2,3 Student Court 2,3 Math Club 2 al 2 Connelsville f ' 1 QQQAO 6Vl1Lou acceyf-CAfmg0llH4ooon:onqH 1UnnnoasooLa5y!... EVEI.-YN SHIRLEY GILI-IS JAMES RICHARD GITTINS WILLIAM GLASS SANDRA GODZIK "Evie" - Scientific I ' - Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1, "Jim" ' Scientific UBHIH ' Sclenflflc Saf1dYH ' Commefdal 2,3 Girls Chorus 1,2 Mixed ' I Octette 2 Western District Band 1,213 Area Band 2,3 Chorus 1'2j3 cafeteria Entered Sept' 1959 Chorus 2 Area III Chorus 3 DBIICC B2-Hd 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Dlsfflcf GIOTUS 3 Debate Club 1,2,3 Hall ' Patrol 3 Hi-Y 1 F.T.A. 2,3 Area III Chorus 5 Many Day 1, Patrol 3 Intramurals 1,2,3 MZY Day 1,2 2 F'T'A' 3 Hall Momter 3 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Science Club 3 Senior Play 3 Service Com- mittee 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 3 Voice of Dem- 0CraCy 3 Teen Age Rodeo 3 Forensics 2 Chapel Choir 3 Regional Chorus 3 Operetta 1 Ushmb 1,2,3 Track 2,3 I ,I in kkr. . if F' " .,,i ,.-- ',.-- - f 435, ' ' N lf? t, H , . 7.'k V- , ' il? ' iifiiti' We ,ij Q . A 1 , -- : J. if S . ff , it ' i 1... H' :sail . I 'f I .Y ' ii . e - 'wiilfti .df , VYONNE GOODNIGHT DAVID GORDON DOROTHY JANE GRANNIS :G0odnight" - Commercial HDave" - Academic "Dot" - Commercial lffamufals 113 Junior Red Band l Cafeteria Patrol 1 Cafetefia P9-U01 1 May Day Iross 1,2 F.T. A. 2 May Day Debate Club 3 Han Moniter 1,2 Pep Club 1 Student Moonbeams 2 Usher Club 3 Hi,Y 1 Council 1 ,2,3 BARBARA GRAY ' 'Barb' ' - Comrnerci al Cafeteria Aid 2 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Guidance H0stess 2 May Day 1 Moon Beams 3 Pep Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 3 V56 krussma . 53' Joi? .tg::'a.f3:,.t A 13 ' lil-Q 3 le S' 1 1 1 v R V A noo7!1.eBOAAoo nu7-hefgawlln snaoaoouny-71-eUU-rLC:e"""'7.h'e'SiajLe."' .'.. 1 WAYNE GRIMM RONALD H- HAFFNER ELEANOR HANEY MARY ANN HARPER ayne" - Industrial Arts "Ron" - Industrial Arts UEIME1: - Commercial "Harp" - Academic Entered SePf- 1958 Hall Moniter 3 Intramurals 1, Commenclemem Usher 2 Track 2,3 2 May Day 1 Senior Play 3 Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom M - f we " 21'-vm M Q ., A 'H 4 Q xp- uv' ,A E mt. R a 5 Q' Year Book Staff 3 if V Officer 2 F.H.A. 1,2,3 Library Club 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Pep Club 1 Year Book Staff 2,3 Moonbeams 1,3 QU' A A A 1 11, A W y R 1 Q af A' 155 5, . .Yr .1 Lyyk ryyk A Q A I 7 W if' J 'Y 9 1 A 'Q I uhm 3. Q . 2. Y A K AE 2, WL ,, L5 I L 'X R, Q f Ai, I vgiiswiga ,rr is were MARGARET HARTMAN MARTIN HASTINGS NANCY HEAD!-EY Jorrrv PATRICK HEININGH trpeggyn - Commercial zrMarty!1 - Scientific trN8HCC,, ' ACaClCIIliC Pat ' SC1C1'1f1f1C Guidance Hostess 1 May Band 1 2 3 Dance Band 1 2 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Commence- Band 1'2'3 Dance Band Li 1 Y 9 3 . Day 1,2 Moon Beams 2 3 Area HI Band 2,3 Cafeter- ment Usher 2 Hall Moniter 3 3.Area Baixld 2,3 Cafeteria Service Committee 2 Tri'Hi' ia Aide 1 2 Cafeteria Patrol F'r'A' 213 Moonbeams 3 Aide 1 Ha Pano 3 Jumo Y 1 ' Student Council 3 Hall Red cross 1 Key Club 1,2, 3 Chess Club 1,2 Debate , . ' 1 C1 b 1 2 Off- PBf1'0l 3 Service Committee May Day 1,2 Nanona Hom u , 13 Homeroom icer 3 Society 2,3 Operetta 1 2 Hi-Y 1 Senior Play 3 Track 2,3 Science Club 1,2,3 Year Book Staff 3 Math Club 2,2 Whitehouse Conference 3 .Sue and Pai ......... fweei fldeline ......... 0!Z.6GllU1l'L,? ......... 70 Ute ffwwefw .... ELIZABETH H. HEINLEIN ' 'Bep' ' - Commercial Guidance Hostess 1 May Day 1 Service Committee Senior Play 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 ,, f -4 ff '- lim. 'fee . V' . 71122-f rf! -if 2, if isa ii .5 i, ,, , v,,,' ' of ,i km.:- ,,15iy'2jfL53ii3i2iif ' I 3, u 'lie 2 'M SHIRLEY HEMP HILL "Shirl' ' - Commercial Band 2,3 Cafeteria Aide 2,3 Commencement Usher 2 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 2 May Day 1 Moonbeams 2,3 Pep Club 1 Year Book Staff 2,3 Caterers Club 2,3 BARBARA HEWITT JANET LORRAINE HIGHM "Barbie" - Irregular Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1 Commencement Usher 2 Hall Moniter 3 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Senior Play 3 Girls Ensem- ble 1 Play Day 2 Robed Choir 2 ' 'Lorraine' ' - Academic Band 1,2,3 Area III Band Z 3 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Guidal Hostess 3 Horneroom Offic. 1 Intramurals 1,2 F.N.A. 2, May Day 1 Moonbeams Rep resentative 1 Student Coun cil 2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Bom Staff 3 Record Reporter 3 Year Book Convention 3 NELSON HOLMES ?Iolmesy" - Academic all Moniter 3 MARTHA HORNICEK "Martha" - Academic RICHARD E. HUDNULL "Dick" - Scientific Co In nt Usher 2 Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol mmence e 3 Chess Club 1,2 3 May Day Guidance Hostess 3 Hall 9 12DneBnd2 Moniter 3 Intramurals 1,2,3 ' a C a F.N. A. 2 May Day 1,2 Moonbeams 2,3 Moonbeams Representative 1Pep Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 P.S.P.A. 3 ,, K ,Q ' an 1 .-E I 'B i mi gr a- K ' -ff . "mx-,..:y . 951 31 l Rt- DAVID ARDEN HUNTER "Dave" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 District Band 2, 3 State Band 2 Dance Band 1,2,3 Area III Band 1,2 Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Hall Patrol 3 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams Representative 3 Senior Play 3 JAMES R. HYATT "J im" - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 3 Hi- Usher Club 3 ....fl1Sf,aA afufffeJzculeA.. .... .....7f2,iJLiy pagen. ....... .Clean Lflfp... ..... .. . ll!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrllllll JOAN JARMULAWSKI PATRICIA JARMULAWSKI ROBERT JOHNSON "joanie" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1 Intramurals 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 ' 'Patsyn - Irregular Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1 Homeroom Officer 1,2 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams Reprr-r sentative 1 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 "Rebel " ' Academic entered Sept. 1958 Hall Moniter 3 RONALD P- JOHNSON IRENE V. JOSAF RUSSELL PAUL "Kid" - Commercial ukenen - Commercial KAMMERDIENER entered Sept. 1958 Baccalaureate Usher 2 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1 2 Intramurals 1 F H A 1 Russ ' ' - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 3 Chorus 3 Ma i I 0 Baseball 2,3 Chorus 1 May , y Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep D IP - C1 b 1 O tt 1 Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Forensics HY GP U Pere 2 Officer 2 Service Committee 3 Senior Play 3 Student Council 3 2 DANIEL KENNELLY l Baba - Commercial Cafeteria Aid 2 Hall Monit 3 Homeroom Officer 3 Hi- l Football 1,2,3 May Day Moon Beams Representati 2 Track 1,2,3 Varsity Club 2,3 . . 709,eifLefz now. 7, 2, 3, . . 50 Cafmy ffm Boofw. . Change. . . Wilma dd Pep. . . fai ffeafuiy JOHN S. KERN ' 'john' ' - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Dance Band 1,2, 3 Area 111 Band 1,2,3 Base- ball 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Class Officer 2,3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Key Club 2,3 May Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Science Club 1,2,3 Senior Play 3 Math Club 2 ROBERT O. KERR "Robin" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Area Ill Band 2 District B and 2,3 Dance Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Hi-Y 1 May Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Science Club 1,2,3 Senior Play 3 Year Book Staff 2,3 Math Club 2,3 Year Book Convention 3 we he' if - Yin, . ' of w , ' L Q f k . MARY JOY KNIGHT "Gigi" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 3 Chorus May Day 2 Intramurals 2,3 Tumbling Team 3 2 RONALD KNOLL "Ron" - Scientific Baccalaureate Usher 2 Basketball 2 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Hi-Y 1 Key Club 1,2,3 Football 1 May Day 1 Pep Club 1 Science Club 3 Student Court 3 Westinghouse Science Hon- ors Institute 3 . ' im ' f , r ,Nw C ,A am x Nr 2" A it dvr' ' i ,. dw If r '11+"Q,V-Q f ft 1.1 5, is ff , N . , if LOUIS KOPSA ILou" - Scientific and 1,2,3 Chess Club 2,3 l Moniter 3 May Day 1,2 ack 3 JAMES KRAMER CAROL LOUISE KRUPPA EDWARD LADESIC ' 'J im' ' - Commercial "Hook" - Commercial "Ed" - Academic entered Sept. 1959 Baseball Manager 3 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Cafeteria Patrol l Chorus 1, 2 Commencement Usher 2 Homeroom Officer 1 May Day 1,2 Operetta l Pep Club l Student Council 1,3 Forensics 2 Girls Ensemble Cafeteria Aide 1 Hi-Y 1 f , . . . .5-fie Lcwi THEODORA LAIRD Feddyn - Commercial Jon Beams 3 my gif" llc WI f...,4 C .......0mm aim me Lt9Jv,a...71QMmaz g4W,E,,,,,q,,1,,g yin, MARJORIE YVONNE RICHARD LIPTAK LARRAINE ANN LOZER LIGHTNER ' 'Margie' ' - Commercial F.H.A. 1 Pep Club l Service Committee 2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 "Lip" - Industrial Arts Cafeteria Aid 1,2 Stage Crew 2 "Larry" - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Hall Moniter 3 May Day 2 Moon Beams 2,3 Pep Club 1 Science Club 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 2,3 Math Club 3 Play Day 2 P.S.P.A. 2 E QP' wrt- ' if if 1 ,K ,sv- L ',,, 1 D ' , ' K M 2 E- e rrl, 3 ,:f,, - -I J, ,,,. , E, ,,,. S V I, ,. . ': .'-, A432 ' ,,,, CAROLE MAGNUS "Maggie" - Commercial Cafeteria Aid 1 Chorus 1,2 Intramurals 1,2 F.H.A. 1 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Service Committee 1, 2 Senior Play 3 Forensics 2 Robed Choir 2 Girls Ensem- ble 2 CAROL LOUISE MANION "Carol " - Academic Band 1 Commencement Usher 2 Debate Club 1 Homeroom Officer 1 Intra- murals 1,2 F.H. A. 1 F.N.A- 2,3 May Day 1,2 Majorette 1,2,3 Head Major-ette 3 Senior Pl ay 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 2,3 Year Book Convention 3 A 4,1 ,...' ..:.., I .. ig is , , 4' 3 sir , T: WJ ' ' -Q iiifli RICHARD MASHUDA ' 'Mush' ' - Scientific Homeroom Officer 1,3 Hi-Y 1 Key Club 2,3 Football 1 May Day 1 Usher Club 1 Football Manager 3 JUDY MACDONALD "Mac' ' - Commercial Cafeteria Aid 1,2,3 Chop 1,2 Homeroom Officer 2, Intramurals 1,2,3 May Da 2 Moon Beams Represenll tive 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Caterers Cl 2,3 JEANINE MCCALL "Jeanine" - Commercial Band 2,3 Intramurals 1,2,3 May Day 1 Moon Beams 2 Moon Beams Representative 2 Operetta 1 Service Commit- tee 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 ROBERT BOYD MCCORKLE ' 'Corkey' ' - Academic Baccalaureate Usher 2 Cafeteria Aide 1 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Chorus 1,2 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Football 1,2,3 May Day 2 Pep Club 1 Operetta 1 Serv- ice Committee 1,2 Student Council 1,2 Track 1,2,3 Caterers Club 2,3 Forensics 2 Boys Chorus 1,2 Varsity Club 2,3 JOYCE E. MCCULLOUGH CHARLES RAYMOND ' 'joycen - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1,2 County Chorus 1,2 Robed Choir 2 Girls Ensemble 2 Forensics 2 Intramurals 1 F.N.A. 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Serv- ice Committee 1,3 Tri-Hi-Y MC IN TOS "Charlie " - Commercial Pep Club 1 Service Comnw tee 3 ROBERT MC EWEN 1Bob" -Industrial Arts Zafeteria Aide 1,2,3 Class rfficer 1 Homeroom Officer 3 Football 1 May Day 1 liage Crew 1 FRANCES ANNE MC KENNA "Frannie" - Scientific Chorus 1,2 Commencement Usher 2 Debate Club 2,3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Offi- cer 3 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams Representative 2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Serv- ice Committee 3 Senior Play 3 Student Council 1 Science Club 3 Year Book Staff 3 Girls Chorus 1,2 Girls Ensenr ble 2 Forensics 2 Robed Choir 1,2 ANNE ELIZABETH MC MULLIN "Annie', - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 1 Commence- ment Usher 2 Guidance Host- ess 2,3 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3Intramurals 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1,2 F.T.A. 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Service Committee 3 Senior Play 3 Student Coun- cil 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Year Book Staff 3 Caterers Club 2,3 Play Day 1,2 Whitehouse Conference i I H 2 . 5 ' 1- we A GARY MESSNER "Mess" - Industrial Arts Cafeteria Aid 1 Hi-Y 1 Stage Crew 1 fact Oil. Fietzlort . OSEMARY MILLIGAN Millie" - Academic afeteria Patrol 3 Hall oniter 3 Library Club 1,2,3 Vience Club 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y Year Book Staff 3 EARLE MILLER "Wayette" - Industrial Arts Cafeteria Patrol 1 Hall M0I1it61' 3 Stage Crew 1,2 madelin 0 o 0 0 0 l 0 10 LUOA-fi! WENDA LEE MILLER "Wendy" - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1, 2,3 Girls Chorus 2 County Chorus 3 Area III Chorus 3 Western District Chorus 3 Class Officer 1 Commence- ment Usher 2 Debate Club 2, 3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 2 Intramurals 1 junior Red Cross 1 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Science Club 1,2,3 Caterers Club 2,3 NR 1 iw mk , WILLIAM MITCHELL "Bill" - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 May Day 2 Pep Club 1 Track 1,2 3 ll- AAYL , s A A ,- - ag, R the 'ff if 3 if MARY FRANCES MOXIN "Mary" - Scientific Chorus 2 Commencement Usher 2 Hall Patrol 3 Home- room Officer 3 F.H.A. 1 F.T.A. 2,3 May Day 1 Science Club 2,3 Student Council 1 Year Book Staff 2, 3 Year Book Convention 3 HENRY A.MURPHY "Big Murph" - Industrial Arts Baccalaureate Usher 2 Basketball 1,2 Varsity Club 2,3 Homeroom Officer 3 Football 2,3 May Day 2 Pep Club 1 Track 2,3 DENNIS MYERS THEODORA NEELY ' 'Teddy' ' - Academic "Denny" - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 2 Girls Ensemble 1,2 Form sics 2 Debate Club 3 Horr room officer 1 Intramurals 2,3 F.H.A. 1 May Day IP Club 1 Service Committee Operetta 1 entered Sept. 1958 Band 2,3 Dance Band 2 Area III Band 2,3 Chess Club 3 May Day 2 Science Club 2,3 Math Club 3 Track 2 . gyjzeae me Wu gwingj , , BLU and Conipany . . . . . Aienogn . . . fefun ,oapow REGINA NEMETH "Reggie" - Commercial Intramurals 1,2 Moon Beams 1,2 Moon Beams Representa- tive 2 Senior Play 3 Usher Club 2,3 JOSEPH V- NEWMAN ROBERT Noss DONALD o'RoURKE "Joe" ' Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 3 Debate Club 2,3 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 2 Hi-Y 1 May Day 2 Moon Beams 3 Science Club 2,3 National Honor Society 2,3 Senior Play 3 Student Council 3 Track 1,2,3 Varsity Club 2,3 W.P.I.A.L. Relays 1 W.P.I.A.I... Track Meet 1,2 Midland Invitation- al 2 "Bi11"- rndustfia Arts "Q11aCk"' Commercial May Day 2 Track 1,2,3 w iii A a o 92 t , 1 ff 3 or it at N , tt ,, I I ,tt 1 S F, nftn , N it If ,..,, -' , . ,i f "W" ' 'li r 2 ienn or E-1 3? 3 ' 1 fr" f - 1: 'f ' it ff' E,:13i.L t, " 'AIX ".1 fi - vi 5 .54 i fi: VITE E. O7BRYON PRESTON PADGETT NANCY PAVLAKOVICH lite" - Industrial Arts "PICS" ' Industrial AHS "Nance" - Commercial tered Sept. 1958 Band 1 Basketball 1,2 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3 iccalaureate Usher 2 Cafeteria Aide 1,2 Hi'Y l Intramurals 1,2,3 May Day nfeteria Patrol 3 Hall MHY DHY 1,2 Stage Crew 1, 1,2 junior Red Cross 1,2,3 miter 3 Football 2,3 May 2,3 Moon Beams 1,2,3 Pep Club my 2 Moon Beams Repre- 1 Senior Play 3 Yearbook nrative 3 Student Council Staff 3 Girl of the Month 3 Track 2,3 Varsity Club 2, Big Ten All Star Team 3 Committee 3 S :MW 1 33336 is l N ROBERT PENNINGTON ' 'Bob" - Ac ademic Cafeteria Aide 1,3 Cafeter- ia Patrol 1 Class Officer 2 Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom Officer 1 Hi-Y 1 May Day 1 Moon Beams 1,2,3 Pep Club 1 Senior Play 3 5 ,, ,W I , - , . R -,N -.Q 2 JI - ,,.,.f-v"""" . . .Show UA How. . . . . .!Varne.7. .jefzial !VwnOeJt.7. . . . . . -90 fllarz 90. . . . JOAN LOUISE PHILLIPS JOHN A- PICKENS JR- RONALD S- POPP ROBERT POTTS "Joanie" - Commercial l Chorus 1 Voice Scholarship 1 Robed Choir 1 Forensics 1 Girls Ensemble 1 Major- i ette 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams 2,3 Operetta 1 Student Council 3 "jack" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 1 Homeroom Officer 1 "Ron" ' Scientific Baccalaureate Usher 2 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Hall Patrol 3 Key Club 1,2,3 Football 1,2,3 john Tilly Award 2 May Day 1,2 Student Court 1,2,3 Track 2,3 Cater- ers Club 2,3 Varsity Club 1, 2,3 Joanne Caponnecci Award 1 a ' ' ' 2 A "Pottsie" - Commercial Cafeteria Aid 3 Hall Moniter 3 Football 1,2 Track 2,3 ckc 'iii an ' CALVIN POWELL ' 'Calvin' ' - Scientific Baud 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol 1 May Day 1,2 Dance Band I LIND A RAMSEY ' 'Lynn" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 2 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Tumbling Team l,2,3 ROBER TA LOUISE RAO "Bobbie" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Cheer- leader l,2,3 Chorus 1,2 Commencement Usher 2 Hall Patrol 3 Intramurals 1, 2,3 F.H.A. 1 Library Club 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams Representative 2 Operetta 1Pep Club 1 Service Committee 1,2,3 Student Council 1,3 Tri-Hi- Y 1 Year Book Staff 3 Caterers Club 2,3 Girls En- semble 1,2 Robed Choir 1,2 Forensics 2 mt- -' .1 - 4, Q V' ,'ii W. ., -:af , 5 2, .V X, k,,. . , HAROLD ROSIGNOLI "Rosy" - Industrial Arts Cafeteria Aide 1,2 Stage Crew 1,2 . fllafft be ,ofzcuwefif NANCE ROWE ' 'Nance' ' - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1 Homeroom Officer 1 Intramur- als 1 May Day 1 Moon Beams 3 Pep Club 1 Operetta 1 Ushers Club 2,3 ywn.yum,l , , 7-6-70 . . C0rLceniJm,zL,Lon . RICHARD SANTUCCI "Tuch" - Academic Baccalaureate Usher 2 Cafeteria Aide 1,3 Chorus 1, 2,3 County Chorus 1 District Chorus 3 Class Officer 1,2 Golf 1 Hall Patrol 3 Hi-Y 1 Key Club 2,3 Football 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Student Council 1 Track 2,3 Caterers Club 2,3 Varsity Club 1,2,3 A , , , 5 - 3 +7 . , L " i .1 -. ..., , same ' LOIS ELAINE SASKAS ' 'Smokyn - Commercial Hall Moniter 3 Moon Beams Representative 1 Intramurals 1 May Day 1 Pep Club 1 Service Committee 1 , , . fllft. Yyfzeauieni . EMILY SCI-IAPER "Emmy" - Academic May Day 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 'W 1 I gr . .. r 'A'Q , 1 I ww, 3? Q an x gi r ,gg ive ,1 X CHARD SCHNEEMAN CAROLE SCHNELZER JOHN SCHULENBURG JUDITH ANN SEMENCAR Chff - Academic "Carol" - Irregular "Schully" - Scientific "Judy" - Commercial gtema Pfiltrol L3 Hall Band l,2,3 Hall Moniter 3 Chorus 1,2 Forensics 2 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Debate ner 3 H1'Y 1 May Day 2 Intramurals 1,2,3 F.H.A. l Boys Glee Club 1,2 Western Club 1,3 Intramurals 1,3 May Day 1,2 Pep Club 1 District Chorus 1,2 Home- May Day 1 Moon Beams 1,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Service Commit- room Officer 1 Hi-Y 1 Foot- Pep Club 1 Science Club 3 tee 2,3 ball 1 Football Manager 2,3 Service Committee 1 Tri-Hi- May Day 1,2 Operetta 1 Y 1 Usher Club 1 P.S.P.A. Track Club ...7-he BlZ.0Jf!L9!2A... ...7-fmee down and 711,40 io go... ...fiudg ffaftd Bagan... GARY SHEFFLER ' 'Getchn - Commercial FLORIAN SEVER lFlo" - Scientific l ionnelsville Relays 1 lidland Invitational 2 Baccalaureate Usher 2 li-Y 1 Football 2,3 May Pay 1,2 Track 1,2,3 Big 'en Champions 2,3 '.P.I.A.L. Track Meet 2,3 JEAN SHERROD 'lj eanie' ' - Commercial Cafeteria Aide 2,3 Hall Moni ter 3 Homeroom Officer 3 Football Manager 1 Basketball Manager 1 Entered Sept. 1958 Intramurals 2,3 May Day 2 Senior Play 3 ,rm . K f t" , 1 X 'al . sl-.J ,. f sm - J' Qif'YQ?M?? I' f' - 'f 'iiiile . A a .2 -Q F., 1 I' J, EDWARD SIIEGMAN DOROTHY LOUISE SIENKEWICZ "Ed" - Industrial Arts Hsinkin ' Academic Baccalaureate Usher 2 H211 Monitef 3 Homefoom Band 1 Basketball 1 Officer 1,2 Junior Red Cross Cafeteria Aide 1,2 Hall 2,3 M0011 Beams 3 P6P Club Moniter 3 Homeroom Officer 1,3 Hi-Y 1 May Day 1,2 Stage Crew 1,2,3 Year Book Staff 3 1Tri-Hi-Y 1 Play Day 2,3 , .,,. ,. S' ,' Qiiigf13h2 . I 'fi h Qc 1 I sy af all ,Sr ,fc 1 fr " ' 'lf 2 X J' ?ii5?eg Q 1 gggargy Q33 fl , in new Magi, S-an ,gimm e -2 , umezriirrrgggs 2 r as + Y 55' tr PSC 5' 5 Q Kejw 251 Qlwgstis 4 rl , JAMES SMITH ' 'Smitty' ' -Academic Band l,2,3 Dance Band l,2, 5 Cafeteria Aide 3 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom Officer 1 May Day 1,2 Student Council 1 Track 1,3 Senior Play 3 . . .jolly Bafaefw .... 7-empexz Fflllfl. ..... :VL afwl Lo. SUSAN SN ELL "Susie" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 3 Chorus 1, 2,3 Area III Chorus 3 County Chorus 3 Girls Ensemble 2,3 Robed Choir 1 Hall Patrol 3 Intramurals 1,2,3 Junior Red Cross 2,3 Gateway Editor 3 F.H.A. 1 F.T.A. 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Operetta 1 Pep Club 1 Student Council 3 Tri-Hi'Y 1 Caterers Club 2,3 Math Club 2,3 Joann Capon- ecchi Award 1 White House Conference 3 RUTH LEE SODE RQUIST ' 'Lee' ' - Scientific Cafeteria Patrol 1,3 Class Officer 2 Commencement Usher 2 Guidance Hostess 1 .Hr , JOYCE SMONKO HSm0kCY,' ' C0mmerc1al n o o c o o a GARY STARY "Gm" - Commercial Cafeteria Aide 1,2 H May Day 1,2 Pep Clu Hall Patrol 3 Intramurals 1,2, 3 F.T.A. 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3 Pep Club 1 Science Club 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Caterers Club 2,3 Art Club 2,3 Math Club 2,3 Bullitin Reporter 3 'ff'-fa fl F Mi' '7 A .ffii-Qfxisr 5351- li. fr it -.5-fpffia' 41", ONALD H. STEWART onnie' ' - Academic Ecalaureate Usher 2 rus 1,2,3 Chapel Choir .rea III Chorus 3 Boys ee Club 1 Robed Choir 1 'ensics 2 Hall Moniter 3 ,l Patrol 3 Hi-Y 1 May y 1,2 Operetta l Service mmittee 1 Student Council Student Council Conven- JANET MARIE SWADLO "Bones" - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1 Chorus 1, 2 Forensics 2 Girls Ensem- ble l Hall Moniter 3 Home- room Officer 1,3 Intramurals 1,2 Operetta 1Pep Club 1 , fi' ROBERT FREDRICK TANNEHILL "Fred" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 3 Hall Moniter 3 Pep Club 1 NANCY TESSORE "Smiley" - Commercial Debate Club 2,3 Guidance Hostess 2 Hall Moniter 3 Pep Club 1 Service Commit- tee 2,3 . . . fzfem .5if,llCf22J?.A .... . . Chow fhne ........ t7'nz a Weed .... jffl do Ure i:a,U2Ln'. . . . ARBARA LEE TITUS obbi" - Academic feteria Patrol 1,3 Cheer- der 1 Chorus 1 Class icer 2,3 Commencement ' er 2 Hall Moniter 3 .A. 1,2,3 May Day 1,2 retta 1 Pep Club 1 vice Committee 3 'Hi-Y 1 wb .-avg" ROBERT THOMPSON "Tee" - Scientific Band 1,2,3 Dance Band 1,2, 3 Area 111 Band 3 Baseball 2,3 Basketball 1,2 Class Officer 3 Hall Moniter 3 Hall Patrol 3 Homeroom Officer 1,2 junior Red Cross 1 Key Club 1,2,3 May Day 1, 2 Caterers Club 2,3 K' WARD THOMPSON "Ward H - Scientific Entered Sept. 1959 Basketball 3' Mrs WAYNE THOMPSON KAREN WAGONER MARGARET WALLS BEVERLY W HWZYHCH ' Academic "Karen" - Scientific "Peggy" - Commercial WALTONBAUGH Baseball .25 Cafeteria Ain Cafeteria Patrol 3 Chess Cafeteria Patrol 1 Intramur "Bev" - Commercial 2 Cafefefla Patrol 1 Chorus Club 2,3 Hall Monifef 3 als llvlay Day 1,2 t I 1 Hall Moniter 3 Hi-Y 1 Intramurals 1,2 Cafeteria Aid 1,2,3 May May Day 1 Track 1,2,3 Day 1 Pep Club 1 . . 73fze,'l:e.r1.riiJL9 . , . l17fw'A 7-fzefze? . . . . . 7Dne'4 cuuaA,iUz' . . . .flfzfzf . , , IllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll DOROTHEA LEE WARD ' 'Alkie 1 ' - Commercial Cafeteria Patrol 1,2 Intra- murals 1,2 May Day 1,2 Moon Beams Representative 3 Pep Club 1 Service Com- mittee 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 THELMA JANE WENTZ "Toots" - Academic Cafeteria Patrol 5 Chorus 1 2,3 Chapel Choir 5 Western District Chorus 2,3 Area III 3 State Chorus 2 Girls En- semble 1,2 Forensics 2 Robed Choir 1,2 F.H.A. 1 F.N.A. 2,3 May Day 1,2 Opererra 1 Pep Club 1 Senior Play 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 MARJ ORIE G. WEST "Margie" - Commercial Hall Moniter 3 Library Cl 1,2,3 Pep Club 1 Senior Play 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 'lll is-ge cliff, t,:,aQ.iSds,:j1gg9, 3' I M we If Mu , ia ,ff 1, i it JOHN WILLIAMS BETTY LOUISE WOOD CAROLE ANN WRIGHT 'Willy" - Commercial "Betty" - Scientific "Lefty" - Commercial 3and 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol Band 1,2,3 Cafeteria Patrol Guidance Hostess 2 May Hall Moniter 3 May Day 1, 3 Hall Moniter 3 Homeroom Day 1,2 Pep Club 1 Service I Moon Beams Representa- Officer 1 Intramurals 1,2 Committee 2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 ,ive 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 F.H.A. 1 F.N.A. 2,3 May Day 1,2 BERNARD R. URBAN "Urb" - Industrial Arts Band 1 Golf 1,2,3 Hi-Y 1 Stage Crew 1 if rf' 3 E i! xt iiimqgff . . fl',0lUCZ9Llj7fQl1f0U!1. rrtilfef. . . Queaa w!w?. . jrwpecptconf. . . 5eeih,iA,fQw1i?. . . . ll Ill llll lllllllllllllllll llll F ERNANDO VENNERI 'Hernandon - Academic Iafeteria Aid 2,3 Cafeteria Patrol 1 Hall Patrol 3 May Jay 2 Service Committee 1, 5 Student Council 1,2,3 Frack 2,3 Year Book Staff 3 ay 1 l l lg. 51, ., o ' ,VVLV qw ,a Wa! sf, FRED WYNN "Fritz" - Irregular Entered Sept. 1959 Basketball 3 Cafeteria Patrol 3 Track 3 FRANK YUSI "Frank" - Academic Baseball 1,2,3 Cafeteria Aid 1,3 Class Officer 1 Hall Patrol 1,3 Homeroom Offirler 2,3 Hi-Y 1 Key Club 1,2,3 Football 1,2,3 May Day 1 KATHERINE MINK "Cathy" - Academic Entered Dec. 1959 ,,, WALLACE CLARK ' ii ,f:,, ., f '4' . K, ,r ' "Wally" - Irregular . mp " A 4 ,,,, ' ' Entered Sept. 1959 3 .A 2- sale - 'I - I1 5' H - fi f rf" . ' Y? I 5 on yx? ' - "4" A ff L . Bosetti, Leech, Donaldson, Mr. Miller, Hays. This has been a busy and very important year for the junior class. At the beginning of the year, it was realized by all that this would be a year of hard work, but also a year of fun. Startxng off the year was the class dinner in the fall. To build up the treasury, the class sponsored a Friday night dance and the Spring Carnival. Both of these projects were great successes. All this activity led up to the major event of the year for the juniors, the junior-Senior Prom. With Mr. Miller as sponsor, the class has had a very successful year and is anticipating eagerly the future as seniors. Mr, I.. , Q- f 1 David Hays john Leech Charlotte Bosetti Robert Donaldson CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS ADVISOR Mr. Miller HOMEROOM TEACHERS 'Vpj Mr. Hoskins Mr. Mastri "'ii A Mr. Koenig Mrs. McCormick A Miss Koepfinger Mr. Stull Eleventh Grade ROW 1 N. Lentz, B. Lentz, Harriger, Rogers, Littler, Tilly, Parks, Topscher. Row 2 Mrs. McCormick, Omlor, Cappola, Fog DeLong, Karl, Lockerbie, Soseb4 1 1 l ROW 1 Kristof, Kulchak, McGreg Heilein, Mushalanski, Rudge, Draper, Bostaph, Withee. Row 2 Lewis, Fratangelo, Ropos, Mc Curry, Killip, Hoskins, Carnval Shannon, Horner, Page. Row 3 Gould, Vernanzio, Kurto, Kavana Mathiei, Howells, Reed, McBride, Dunn, Cunningham, Fisher. l Pancirov, Donaldson, inger, Stephan, Caponecchi, ne, McCausland, Froehlich, 2 Shively, Minch, Taylor, ighton, Bell, Beal, Rossi, mar, Kinchen, Hawtree, Eisaman on ll-3 Conti, Croyle, Alrer, Bedick K er, Frank, Mclilhaney, Baldwin bach, Sacco, Edling. Row 4 lson, Kneffner. r 1 Colledge, Freeman, Mucha ch, Oesterling, Fabec. Zak, 1 2 Jeffries, Bosetti, Borden, kinson, Lekas, Zonarich, Svat, tier, Save-no, Wadsworth, Yeck V3 Fenimore, Kolinie, Korwan, ard, Schreiber, Cowher, Caldwell ver, Noss, Tagliaferi, Holmes, ne, Beitsin get. -ll v l Young, Valenzky, Fleck, tes, Schmitt, Dunn, Price, mas. Row 2 Mapel, Cottrell, eson, Smith, Walls, Ward, enicht, Cain, Kramer, O'Neil. 1 3 McLaughlin, K. Chisholm, y, Thompson, Trimber, Page, ay, McKenna, Harvard, MacLean V l Miller, Evanko, Walls, Iennedy, Lundquest, Woodruff .ean, Rehm, D. Kennedy. 1 2 Caruso, Tator, Brown, kin, Hogue, Frisch, Messner, l, Eberle, Kaufman, Julius. 1 3 Hays, Mr. Stull, Weber, th, Goss, Keller, Wiant, Eckley torff, Sc aletti. D Martin Ploy Charles Herbert Marcia Gaiser Malcolm Turzak Mr. Alexander Mrs. Andreyev Mr. D'Andrea Herbert, Turzak, Gaiser, Dilisio, Ploy, Mr. Sharps. This has been the year that the sophomore class has really become engulfed in the swift current of activities of senior high life. They have chosen their class rings, class colors and flower. New Year's Eve they played host at the New Year's Eve Formal, which was their biggest project. The Spring Dinner Dance topped off the year's activities. To aid in the financing of these many projects, the class sold stationery. Under the fine guidance of Mr. Sharps, this class has a bright future. Rosemary Dilisio CL ASS OFFICERS President Vice President Secret ary Treasurer Historian CLASS ADVISOR Mr. Sharps l HOMEROOM TEACHERS Mr. Krajewski Mr. Peters Mr. Sliwiak Tenth Grade Rowl Galloway, Kennelly, Desko, J. Miller, Morris. Litterini, Betlyn, Raley, Cyrilla Rich, J. schml Row 2 Dunn, King, Heider, 1 DiLisio, MCCaslin, Moon, Ralsu , Row 3 Ward, Link, Goss, Child: Fowler, Haffner, Mytinger, Herb: Sacco, T. Griffith. 10 Row l Butera, May, Turzak, Schulenberg, Maxin, Connoloy, Smith, Duhamel, Eger, Popovic, Row Z Garland, Russell, Swanga Petrie, Gastner, Kisow, Millenau Runciman, Elliott, Conley, Row 3 McCormick, Gardner, Ebe Peterson, Tranter, Berola, Aulba McFadden, Egger, Ondrasik, wild Schmidt, Ploy low 1 Gittens, Hartrick, T. Hunter, 'usi, J. Pavlakovich, Pierce, chosky. Row 2 Paton, Glass, lolfe, jellison, Woods, Bates, beLutis, Heiliman, Curran, Row 3 Einnear, Altmeyer, Wolf, Murdock, liller, Altmeyer, F. Heinlein, Eber l ow 1 Siegman, Brooks, Pershing, artman, Highman, Bostaph, cCormick, Eger. Row 2 Spotskey, vat, Dalton, Massung, Scott, ampbell, Curry, Baker, Crowe, ell, Row 3 Dwyer, Niederriter, yers, D. Dunmire, Delancey, S. unmire, Sullivan, Matthews, auderbaugh. -l.. l -1 ow 1 Miller, Severs, Albert, . Rodgers, Schafer, Botkin, Lang, heeler. Row 2 Conklin, Sherman, town, Mazurek, Trudell, Mitchell, etzer, Santucci, Davis, Venanzio. ow 3 Shaw, Josef, Meyer, Hainley, eiser, Hornicek, W. Bailey, Griffith OOVCI. l ow 1 Scaletti, Crognale, Corbett, . Goodnight, Trunick, Cumiskey, CClure, Sevin. Row 2 Johnston, ickson, DeMasso, Witt, Pierce, dsworth, Cuteri, Poppinger, arney. Row 3 Hitt, VanDine, e, R. Sacco, Gray, Steiner, Alister, Babik, G. Galloway, bhart, Cummings. CLASS OFFICERS Victoria Deramo President Dennis Bosetti Vice President Diane Breedlove Secretary William Cowles Treasurer Linda Neison Historian CLASS ADVISOR 5 Mr. Lebec ' HOMEROOM TEACHERS Mrs. Chisholm Mr. Harman Mr. Cummings Mr. Rogal Mr. Gracey Miss Romano Cowles, Bosetti, Nelson, Breedlove, Defamoa Mr- Lebec' The freshman class is on the threshold of an entirely new life as members of ' the senior high school. As freshmen they have the big responsibility of choosing their curriculum. For the last time their class had the task of selling magazine subscriptions. They acquired the privilege of attending the senior high Friday night dances. Under the fine direction of Mr. Lebec, the "frosh" are eagerly awaiting their busy sophomore year. I Row 1 Heinlein, Thompson, McCausland, P. Bell, Zelinski, Foster, Rehm, Sherrod, Vernau. Row 2 Van Dine, Huld, Keppel, Junge, Wolf, Franc, Y0ung, Mertz, Breedlove, DiMeo. Row 3 Sellers. Rabovsky, Booth, Oakes, Sella, Castellan, Crego, Udvari, Bonazzi Hogue, Kenlock. Row 1 Baker, Oesterling, Cowles, Wozniak, Babilon, Larson, Knotts Row 2 johnson, Hixson, McFadde- Gray, Osenbau, Hoskins, Grimes, McNulty, Zak, Moxing Row 3 Gos Hunter, Rudolf, Sirocky, Bryant, Murphy, Ramsey, Thomas, Getz, Lauderbaugh, fjsf,u.y,N 'A , E ' 1 Aber, Harper, Barwell, del, Rudge, Lewis, Wirth, 1ders, Kraus. Row 2 Ardrey, arek, Aulicina, Ellison, Gittins, idson, Norman, Subroski, Drennan, iton. Row 3 Dickey, Carter, mpson, Graf, Timmis, Hanley, son, Price, Holmes. 1 Palsa, Kennedy, Creese, arper, Doughty, Davis, Evanko. 2 Ki-iger, Moody, Pickins, Potts, mel-dginer, Clark, Neely, ShOlm, yn, R. Harper. Row 3 Agostonelli, lips, McKenna, Davidson, Hastings, lmeyet, Fahrney, Socha, Klass, n, Boserti. ,---9 l Langfried, J. Bell, Clark, d, Gardner, Altenberg, Stokes, , Poletti, Portman. Row 2 ie, J. Neison, L. Nelson, han, Doughty, Armstrong, Crea, ledy, Pfoff, Mapel, MacLean, 3 Fielder, Barr, Schulties, ce, Weber, Urban, Cottrell, lomo, Lucci, Grannis, Christian. 1 Myers, McMullen, Melnack, gman, Collins, Shriber, Maker, . Row 2 Deramo, Gregoitch, onson, Doughty, Shaffer, Walters, r Goodnight, Kissinger, BOden. W3 Andrick, Cooper, Bostrom, e, Yerkovich, Herbert, D. Miller, 1, Castellan. I. 'R " 1 K To the seventh graders, this year is the beginning of their h1gh school careers, but crowded conditions require that they be housed on the second floor of the Carnot building for their regular g charge of the class of 1965 and Miss Braun 1S their gurdance counselor These two classes join in the magazine sales campaign to raise money for their activities in C Row l Rao, Hardesty, Stephen, Sulkowski, Pile, Lang, Doughty, Row 2 Curran, Alexander, Siegma Mitchell, Minor, O'Bryon, Mertz, McGregor, Yakliak, Row 3 Ankra Miscal, Lesh, Tilly, Cottrell, DeLatte, Sheffler, Cramer, Rudol1 Row l Straffon, Smith, Bruce, Forsythe, Coppola, Ingram, Nolde Richardson, Dickhart, Sawers. Row 2 Hainley, Campbell, Krame Mixter, Sullivan, Stotlmyre, Lavat Goss, Baier, Stelzig. ROW 3 Lent Parisi, Conway, MacDonald, McCullough, Sinclair, Northrop, Bedick, McEwen, Pavelish, W McCormick. Row 1 Goodnight, Manna, Leoni, Peters, Cegelski, Acheson, Woods Vernocy, Kinlock, Row 2 Tomkovi Snell, Newman, Minch, Goaziou, Kohlman, Regotti, Smith, Kruppa, Inglefield. Row 3 Mench, Dame, Walls, McDonough, Schmidt, Truni, Dilisio, Alexander, Davidson, Wile Feath. v l Gaffney, Case, Cramer, ico, Meyers, Mixter, Washington, ler, Lane, Udvari, Bland. Row 2 lach, Gordon, Davis, Sonnett, ig, Maxim, Giacomo, White, npbell, Rudick, Mashuda. Row 3 sch, Wallace, Ritchey, McArdle, hee, Neal, Duff, Leitner, kmiller, Wagoner, Haney. v 1 Oehling, Gillis, Titus, elich, Socha, Huld, New, Peter kop, Graham, Steele. Row 2 mty, Mixter, Magel, Heinlein, is, Woodward, Schrieber, Bonac Young, Taylor, Arbaugh. Row 3 Sr h, 'ie, jenkins, McClellan, Littler, art, Wagner, Kuech, Ord, Froelich, lmel. l 1 1 Karl, Schaper, Lozer, Stary, zak, Taylor, Skopinski, Sleasman, . Row 2 Paytas, Hoey, Wolfe, rson, Unger, Lesh, Hiltgen, rick, Ryan. 1 1 Beck, Hoover, Sever, Funk, xby, Torrence, Foster, Osenbau, , Coombs. Row 2 Andreyev, Elem, Carter, Young, Bosetti, .ler, McCartney, Bostrom, mson, Mascari, Songer, Mitchell, dnight. Row 3 L. Mitchell, .aughlin, Turner, Kephart, mtner, Billetdeaux, Gamble, :rick, Dye, Clark, Wroblewski. Row 1 Fenton, Biemel, Gregory, Baker, Hogue, Kinnear, Bates, Cover, Fox, Langfried, McKendryg Row 2 Gray, Hetzer, Moser, Whets Trapp, Harriger, Hird, Java, Skapinski, Sleasman, Row 3 Brindle, Hayman, Berline, Creightm Shaw, Carnvale, McBride, Lawson, Wilson, Thomas. Seventh Grade I Row I Hixson, Mcl-laffie, Mahaly Faunrl eroy, Crowe, Zelinskas, Petrie, Corman, Babi sh, De Chel Row 2 Minch, Kissinger, Mazure Gittings, Galzerano, Darak, Grey Bell, Board, Allshouseg Row 3 Miller, Perrier, Von Stein, Csehill Seveely, Grannis, Foster, Paine, Dunmire, Wroblewski, Shipley. 1 Row 1 Walpusk, Connelly, Diday Lesh, Mihalyi, Latta, Faust, Wyld Bortle, Yerse, jones, Butera. Row 2 Barnes, Eaton, Brown, Cramer, Beale, Hamilton, Turkov Gavlik, Thompson, Shaw, Lovra, Welshhans, Belosh. Row 3 DeLa McDonough, Andrick, Strang, Wel jones, Williams, S. Murphy, McCutcheon, Cowles, Bynum, Ol, Row 1 Taylor, Wood, Ramsey, Schrock, Garren, Bitters, Honch Bradley, Freeman, Fetch, Rowzn Pershina, Chalinski, Kennedy, McElhaney, Mixter, Mechtel, Coo- Hoffman, Foster. Row 3 Taylor, Kudlack, Brizzoli, Dilisio, Mang Yeager, D. Straffan, La Parmenti Waldron, Ward, Dame. vw l McMechen, Labeck, Neal, vstage, Subrowski, Henderson, lnningham, Pharo, Fasano, Moody. vw 2 Barnes, Creese, Kelly, Sacco, Sellers, Hopper,Cisar, rnter, Gould, Wirth, Rody. Row 3 swells, Stein, Humphrey, Healy, Iuthwaite, D. Murphy, Kuzio, chardson, Garafolo, Huntley, Laughlin, Goss. W 1 Dickhart, Stewart, Bailey, rtler, Hershberger, Boward, rs, Fleck, Sabat, Heinlein, ertson. Row 2 Brady, Neison, .ssr1er, Donovan, Sinclair, letski, McCullough, Vochinsky, lte, McCormack, Kephart. Row 3 vis, Waltonbaugh, Gregoritch, ce, Shipley, Cavitt, K. Sacco, fer, Mench, O'Conner, Boyer. 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Row 4 Doughty, Wirth, Davie, Frisch, JUNIOR HIGH Carter. I.V. Moon Moon Moon Moon Moon Moon Moon Moon Mr. Peters, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Gracey, Mr. Robinson O 0 6 26 28 0 6 6 Carnegie 0 Montour 26 Quaker Valley I3 West Allegheny 12 Dormont 7 Stowe 0 Crafton 6 Coraopolis 0 JUNIOR HIGH Moon O Moon 6 Moon 7 Moon O Moon 18 Quaker V311 ey 54 Burgettstown 7 West Allegheny 6 Scott 20 Carnegie 18 Qjfr M -km , Q 4 I !! Bo ' H534 X HDanH "vim" Seniors rf'dW'Ax "Frank" I r 3 r fl. 5 , r z , ...- ef W ,v V 'M X T Lrkk Vkvk Y L. A K I v in r r xy , Whisiw- "Ron E f ,Q F , w , ww ? Q x, I . , m ff. f . ...M x Corky' ' E ,,,: , fr-A g iw, i, r I "Henry" J "Butch" rr r r QQ' ..5,4,, "Tuch ak N E, Moon 6 West A11egheny13 1959 Moon 20 Crafton O Moon O Carnegie 13 Moon 13 Moment 33 Moon 6 Hopewell 14 4845 ig: V s fe Moon 2 Coraopolis 6 , 47 Moon 14 Quaker Valley 7 Moon 20 Stowe 13 Moon 20 Dormonr Kramer, Rao, Fullard, Lekas, Rody, Bosetti, Cappolainor in picture? Venanzio, Gastner, Cain, Dickson, johnston Cheerleaders "Bobbi" The Cheerleaders, under the direction of Mrs. Olga Kasanovich, in three differ- ent groups: the Senior High, the junior Varsity, and the junior High Cheerleaders Their beautiful Voices ring-out at both football and basketball games. They accelerate school spirit by having Pep assemblies. ROW 1: Gray, Deramo, DiMeo, Yaklich, Skopinski, Row 2: Siegman, MacLean, Unger. Basketball SENIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM L-R. Miller, Koline, Vencxnzio, Leech, Becliclc, Thompson, Reed, Wynn, Mucha, College. The Tiger hoopsters faced very stiff competition both in W.P.I.A.L. section play and in the Big Ten Tournament play-offs. Coach Fryz's varsity and j.V. squads have played some good ball as the close scores of the lost games show. One player will be lost by graduation. The tiger-cubs, coached by Mr. Freeland, are gaining the experience that should make champion "teams of tomorrow". L , , QQ!! Www 'W foe Q Q 3.9.4 Ward Mr. Freeland, Roo, Mr. Fryz J. V. Brooks, C9"'1eY1 MY1en9eff SUCCOI Gfifflfhr PIOYI Hubert, Keller, Siegmcm. -Ingram 27 - Hopewell 25 - Ambridge 29 -Ingram 27 - Scott 27 - Aliquippa 44 -N. Allegheny 24 -Stowe 39 -Neville 24 -Coraopolis 40 -McKees Rocks 27 -N. Allegheny 32 -Stowe 58 -Sewickley Academy 23 -Neville 33 - Coraopolis 25 -MCKees Rocks 51 Games VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY JUNIOR HIGH 43 M0011 Hopewell 48 Moon - Hopewell 38 31 Moon 60 Moon Bellevue 55 60 M0011 - Bellevue 53 23 M000 62 Moon Neville 55 55 Moon Q- Neville 39 19 Moon 48 Moon Scott 67 40 Moon gg Scott 51 22 Moon 63 Moon Carnegie 75 56 Moon -Carnegie 23 19 Moon 56 Moon Avalon 76 42 Moon - Avalon 35 11 M0011 37 Moon Ambudgg 86 ""'46 Moon - Ambridge 48 '34 M000 lk 9 Moon Stowe 7 '48 Moon - Stowe 36 '23 Moon 53 Moon McKees Rocks 64 '56 Moon - McKees Rocks 52 '29 M000 :53 Moon Montour 58 ,49 Moon -Momour 32 126 Moon '42 Moon N. Allegheny 47 '44 Moon - N. Allegheny 36 '17 M000 '55 Moon Nofih HE? 84 '43 Moon - North Hills 45 111 Moon '13 Moon Sha er '46 Moon - Shaler 38 '26 M000 9 Moon Quaker Valley 72 145 Moon - Quaker Valley 49 4:37 Moon '73 M0011 Stowe 83 '44 Moon - Stowe 67 '45 M0011 '53 Moon MCKECS Rocks 55 "'44 Moon - McKees Rocks 41 '27 MOOD '60 Moon Montour 67 1:38 Moon - Momour 49 130 Moon '51 M0011 N' A11eg11e11Y 80 '45 Moon - N. Allegheny 42 '54 M0011 NOH11 H1115 56 '48 Moon -North Hills 30 "' League '47 Moon Shaler 61 4:38 Moon - Shaler 44 1:39 Moon Quaker Valley 57 1:52 Moon - Quaker Valley 35 1 League Games 'H Double Overtime "" Overtime In League Games Junior High Varsity oo rf ,YN on 16 no ii21N Fl 0 UN 1,10 UN ii?0 I fx "Who wants the ball?" "Go johnny GOV' N "Hit that ball!" "Coon goes for Z!" "Bene goes skyward!" ' ' 'Up and In! H Intramurals Intramurals As a substitute for interscholastic sports the girls of Moon High have the opportunity to partic- ipate in an extensive intramural program under Miss King's supervision. In season, line soccer, basketball, and kick baseball teams vie for championships. Awards are made for points accrued during the highschool years. I M QI ,Z Baseball Once again baseball returned last year to Moon's list of spring sports. Although baseball is America's number one pastime, it hasn't caught on as rapidly as it could have, but with the ever increasing success of the team more and more fans turn out at every game to help cheer our team on to victory. Under the very fine coaching of Mr. Stephen Lebec the team is enjoying a fine year and hopes that it will not be interrupted by another damp season. With the return of eight seniors, the team has high prospects of an extremely successful season. Good Luck! Row 1 Herbert, Miller, L. Yusi, Malone, Drake, R. Popp. Row 2 Kammerdiener, Caro, Venanzio, Leech, S. Popp, Thompson, F. Yusi, Evanko. Row 3 Mr. Lebec, Yaksetic, Kern, Neilson, Tagliaferi, The Golf Team, under the direction of 4 Mr. Edward Stull, have had a very good season last year, and are looking forward to even a better season this year. Dickey, Fauntleroy, Freeman, Heinlein, Coach Stull. g g Track 100 yds to go Mile UNDEFEATED WINNER-MIDLAND INVITATIONAL TRACK MEET Hi - TRACK Bi ll 1 The Track Team, under the direction ' of Mr. Edward Mergers, had a spectacular year, winning all of their meets and win- ning the Midland Invitational Track Meet. They are now the best in Beaver County and one of the best in Allegheny County. To the track team goes our congratulations and best wishes for continued success. Coot joe Butch Stir and Bene FLAME STAFF 1960 FOR many years, the desire to have a complete modern high school has been burning in the' hearts and minds of everyone. The class of '36 saw this desire materialize. We, who saw the "Flame" ignite from a tiny spark, pass it on to our successors to supply fresh fuel. It is our def sire that they never allow this "Flame" to become ex' tinguished, but with each year help it gain more momentum so that it will burn more and more brightly throughout the years. Let its light always shine forth that the world may know of our achievements. May the i'Flame': continue to burn forever and keep warm the memories that will smoulder always in the hearts of all M. T. H. S. graduates. the Foreword from the 1936 FLAME. Mi ss Braun sf, , . ,k- is: h i- :U T... ..... 'f'f"' We, the Flame Staff of 1960, congratulate Miss Braun and t"i . ,,.. all those staffs who have accepted and fulfilled this challenge ' of the Class of 1936. We submit this Silver jubilee Volume as p "' . V a proof of the progress of Moon High School. Kerr Moxin MCMullin Gi 1115 Sienk ewicz Harp ef west Brackus EDITORS Robert Kerr Mary Moxin ART EDITORS Evelyn Gillis Anne McMu1lin Dorothy Sienkewicz ACTIVITIES EDITORS Ruth DeWitt Pat Heininger Lorraine Lozer Carol Manion TYPISTS Maxine Brackus Mary Ann Harper Marjorie West ADVISOR Mi ss Braun Manion Heifliflgel' Lozer DeWitt THE 1936 FLAME STAFF Hemphill BUSINESS MANAGER Shirley Hemphill ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS Richard Behling Marilyn Booth joe Cook Lorraine Highman Irene Josaf Carol Magnus Rosemary Milligan Edward Siegman janet Swadlo Fernando Venneri Frances MCKCIJD8 Nancy Pavlakavi ch Roberta Rao Josaf Siegman Milligan ,k , . I W., Cook P avlakavi ch McKenna Swadlo Q am '- iz i "'f, H my .1 ,I r.,k , L V .. . ,.7. ,,,LL , I kg . ' - rwsr:-A I Booth Rao Behling Magnus Highman Venneri CLASS ROOM From 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. the class rooms of Moon High buzz with the activities that the processes of learning require. The administration provided the staff and the materials to keep us apace with every accent on education. Our future, whether it looks to further educa- tion, immediate employment, or the ser- vice of our country, depends upon the record we make in these class rooms. English Reading Mathematics H ome Nursing yi. Sciences Driver Education -'G X fx Languages ,W27 vwaf, ' "-.... Library Art Commercial Departments l .., J Engineering Drawing Industrial Arrs Homemaking Health Physical Education STUD EN T COUR T Each year, members of the judiciary body of Moon High are chosen by popular vote. The Student Court meets once a week to try the various cases turned in by the hall patrol or other authorized people. In these cases the individuals have a chance to defend themselves. Because of the decisions handed down by the Court, the school is kept running smoothly. Seated: Knoll, Geddis, Popp, Mr. Crawford. Standing: Siegman, Fleck, Ciper, Johnston, McCormick tudent Government The Senate, under the sponsorshit of Mr. jack Miller, is the Senior High Branch of the Student Government. It is composed of two representatives from each of the sophomore and junioi homerooms, and three representatives from each senior homeroom. This yeai the Senate enforced restrictions in thi cafeteria by creating a Senior Cafeten ia Patrol during the various lunch periods. Row l Bredahl, P. Rao, Santucci, McMullen, Bailey. Row 2 Curran, Highman, R. Rao, Lekas, Phillips, Vidmar, Headley, Stewart, R. johnson, Deihl. Row 3 Curry, Hodge, Rody, Littler, L. Doughty, Howells, McLean, Venneri, Diday. Row 4 S. Snell, Brown, Gastner, Witt, Childs, Topcher, Drake, McCormick, Cominsky, Rich, Conklin, Newman. Row 5 Mr. Miller, Popovic, Venanzio, Koline. I?" HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES The House of Representatives, advised hy Mr. jack Miller, is the junior high branch of Moon's Student Government. It follows the path set forth by the Senate. Row l Biemel, McMechen, Payne, Keller, Bredahl, Neison. Row 2 Megers, Bradley, Patterson, Welsh, Hopper, McElhaney, Shipley, Sacco, Schriebe,-, Stewart. Row 3 Wallace, Ocheson, Davis, Barnes, Poletti, Bell, Larson, Udvari, Sirocky, Norman, Row 4 McCormick, Oehling, Gerlach, Taylor, Wolf, Cleis, Campbell, Stiffler. ia' 5, A , . SCIENCE CLUB The Alpha Sigma Rho, the Science Club of Moon High, is composed of students who are interested in the many fields of science. Under the direction of Mr. Gold, the club's main projects consisted of a trip to Camp Oglebay and planting trees on the campus of the school. Row l Litterini, Semencar, Moxin, McKenna, Milligan, Gillis, Lozer, Miller Row 2 Soderquist, j. Heininger, Curran, Cain, Beal ROW 3 Stephan, Mr. Gold, Knoll, Geddis, Minch, Wiant, Caponecchi, P. Heininger, Croyle, Berola, Bates, Hunter, Mathie, Curry Row 4 Kern, Neilson, Kerr, Myers, Bailey, Duhamel, Behling, McLean, Korwin, Newman. if HK Clubs KEY CLUB Key Club, under the guidance of Mr. Miller, completed many Worthy projects in school and community following their motto- "We Build". Moon's club has received awards in state and international competition. Row 1 Kern, P. Heininger, Thompson, Leech, Colledge, Cook, Tagliaferi, Hays, Ploy. Row 2 Popp, Bailey, Knoll, Mashuda, Conti, Santucci, Crolye, Yusi, Aber, Fleck, j.Heininger, Brooks, Herbert, Siegman, McCormick, J. McCormack, Mr. Miller. LIBRARY CLUB This very important service club has the important task of helping Mrs. Tussey keep the library in tip-top running condi- 'f tion. The job is accomplished during their evening work nights. Row 1 Churchill, Burkhart, Bredahl Rao. Row 2 Gastner, Mrs. Tussey, Johnston, Berola, Peterson, Keller, Scott, Minch, Wiant, Gaiser, Cain, Omler, Bell, Witt, Bates, Curry. FUTURE TEACHERS The George W. Cassler Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, under the guidance of Miss Braun, sells candy and peanuts for their contribution to the annual F.T.A.-P.T.A. scholarship. Row l Kearney-, Delisio, Minch, Row 2 Moxin, Brown, Foster, Rodgers, McMullen, Snell, Soderquist, Breclahl, Row 3 Boor, Miss Braun, Litterini, Killip, Svat, Wiant, Headley, Glass, Titus DEBATE CLUB The Debate Club , under the direction of Mr. Huckestein, is designed to teach the art of de- bating. This art is then applied in actual practice. Row l: Santucci, Lewis, Hornicek, Gillis, Mt. Huljkestein, Row 23 Conley, Neely, Tessore, Miller, McKenna, ROW 3: Newman, Behling, Gordon, Hastings FUTURE NURSES Under the guidance of Mrs. Petersen, these future nurses strive to learn as much as possi- ble about their chosen profession Working at Ohio Valley Hospital is their biggest service. Row 1: Julius, Witt, Poppenger, DeWitt, Highman, Row 2: Wentz, Goss, Chisholm, Woods, Howells, Manion, Karl, McCollough. STAGE CREW With Mr. Braun as ad- visor, the stage crew stands ready at all times to keep the stage ready for action and to set up equipment wherever it may be needed. Row l: McCausIin, Cook, Padgett, Miller, Siegmqn Croyle, Aber, Osterling, Mr. Braun. Row l: Duhumal, Caponecchi, Hyatt, Diehl, Jefferies Row 2: Scott, Miss Romano, Kearny, Litterini, Glass, Hetzer, Nemeth, Cyper, Rowe, Franc, Goodnight Vidmar, Littler. The guidance hostesses are a volunteer group who work at least one period a week in the guidance office. The counselors Welcome their services as recep- tionists, messengers, and general office clerks. Miss Braun advises the girls. USHER STAFF The Usher Staff, consisting of students from tenth to twelfth grades, has the duty to usher at evening school functions that are held in our auditorium. Besides ushering, the group passes out programs and checks wraps. Miss romano is the advis or of this group which has been a great asset to our school. Row l: Zonarich, Coppola, Howells, Hornicek, Hogue, Goss Row 2: Andreyev, Kearny, Foster, Brackus, Taylor, Horner, Olmar, Highman, Curran, McMullin Row 3: Wi ant, Svat. TUMBLING CLUB These gymnasts practice dur- ing activity periods to master the "gym" equipment and develop physical prowess and agility. Miss King directs the group. Row 1: Carnvale, Delancey, Smith, Kammerdeiner, Horner Row 2: S. Beclick, Massung, K. Bedick, Kisow, Topscher Row 32 Crego, White, Udvari, Ramsey, Hoskins. JUNIOR RED CROSS Mr. .Mastri assumed leadership of MO0l'1,5 chapter of the junior Red Cross, which offers many services to the school and community. Susan Snell was chosen editor of the Allegheny County Chapter paper. ROW li Snell. Curry, Burkhart, Churchill, Row 2: Mr. Masfri, Tutor, Om'Of' Petersen: GCUSSY, Scott, Hogue, Del.isio, Curran. AQUARIUM CLUB One of the newest clubs at Moon is the Aquarium Club spon- sored by Mrs. Crawford. This group is interested in the raising of tropical fish and development of functional aquariums. Row 1: Barwell, Keller, Bell, Schrieber, Row 2: Pile, Case, Fiedler, Pierce, Smith, Standing: Mrs. Crawford, Hudnall, Wagoner, Kneuffner, Turner, Ankrim I STAMP CLUB These future philatelists, sponsored by Mr. Harman, form one of the newer clubs. They use their club time to trade informa- tion on stamp collecting. Row 1: G. WO0dS, VCUIOCY: lunge: K, Woods, Peters, Mr. Harman, Row 2: Froelich, Wagoner, Miskell, Kneuffner, Sullivan, Lesh HISTORY CLUB Affiliated with the Pennsyl- ,nia State Organization, the istory Club is sponsored by Mr. 'amer. This junior high club vets for the purpose of broaden- g their understanding of speci- : historical problems. nding: Altenburg, Mr. Kramer lvv 1: Neal, Woodward, Schrieber, nrlach, Drennen, Bryant, Ellison, Neison,' Yerkivich, Sirocky. w 2: Huld, Christian, Lawson, etti, Goaziou. Row 3: Cowles, nau, Stephan, Vernocy, Kennedy, ff. Row 4: Lucci, Heinlein, derbaugh, Larson, Knotts, Row 5: letdeaux, Rao, Gillis, Miskell, lisch, Ingram 4323? MATH CLUB This is the second year that the Math Club has been in exis- tence. Under the guidance of Miss Romano, the club has had many activities. They have had speakers from the different com- panies and gone on field trips. To help supplement the treasury, the members had a very successful bake sale in the fall. CATERERS CLUB Mrs. Crawford and her Cater- ers Club have established a repu- tation and a record to which any- one looks with pride. They serve at all dinners that take place in the cafeteria. Row 1 Churchill, McDonald, Soderqu McMullin, Rao, Curry Row 2 Roddy, Lekas, Miller, Eisaman, Snell, Cain, is McArdle, Bosetti Row 3 Mrs. Ckawford Burkhart, Hemphill, Wiant, Frank, Minc Kinchen Row 4 MacLean, Caponecchi, Heininger, Cook, Thompson, McCorkle Riw 5 Aber, Santucci, Croyle Row l: Coponeccei, Fubec, Dunn, J. Heininger, McCormack, Stephen, Taglicferiu, Koline Row 2: Soderquisf, Chisholm, Cain, Brown, Berola, Minch, Perrier, Mafhie, Lozer, Goss, Snell, Churchill, Donaldson, Miss Romano Row 3: Andrick, Meyers, Conti, Neilson, Bedick, Korwan, Kerr, Draper, F.H.A. Mrs. McCormick spon- sors Moon's chapter of the Future Home Makers of America whose projects and plans are directed toward preparing girls for their life after graduation. Row 1: Harper, Doughty, Childs, Garland, Link, Steiner, Row 2: Mrs. McCormick, Keller, Goss, Elliot, Heider, Paton, Ralston, Sherman, Gray, McCaslin, Row 3: Zonarich, Wiant, Hetzer, Witt, Brown, Baker, Berola, Litterini, Kearney E s r McMullin, Eisaman, Mc Elha GUIDE-TIPS To be sure that all stu- dents get the information on occupations, scholarships, and other services, the guid- ance department initiated "Guide-Tips" this year. From information furnished by the counselors, the staff prepares and types the paper, which is distributed to home- rooms of grades nine through twelve. HALL. PATROL Row l: Thompson, Bailey, Stewart, Newman, Fagan, Yusi, Popp, Knoll Row 2: Hemphill st, Headley, Mcxin, Geddis, Curry, Rao, High- McMullin, Bredahl, Gillis, Doughty Row 3: . Snell, Vennerl, Diehl, Kern, Kerr, Santuccl llama.- PWTER COMMITTEE The Poster Committee, appointed by Student Coun- cil, has kept the hall bulle tin boards timely and orig- inal. Mr. jack Miller and the Art Department advise this group. Wiant, Svat, McElhaney, Hawtree 'Y YT Club F. T. A. A"1"1"'1'1 2 If I 5 Candida Key Club .l Q 2lfCIfCI'S 15 Club Math Club Tumblers Journalists MOON BEAMS EDITORS Row 1: Beal, Hornicek, Harper, Fratangelo Row 2: Lozer, DeWitt, Newman, Brackus. :Mg .. SCHOOL SCRAMBL ES Lee Soderquist Row i: Sienkewicz, Ward, Laird, Pavlacovich, Rossi, Walls Row 2: K. Dunn, M. Gray, B. Gray, Rowe, Headley, Hemphill, Burns, Zonarich Row 3: Semencar, Kisow, Carnvale, McLean,J. Dunn, Eger, Pennington. The iournalism class, under the supervision of Mr. Rogal, still con- tinues to do its part for the school by editing and publishing our school paper, the Moon Beams. Besides editing the paper each week, the class learns the proper techniques of iournalistic struc- ture. Other functional writing groups are the "Record" and the "Bulletin" reporters. With Miss Braun as sponsor, Lee writes "School Scramblesn, and Marilyn and Lorraine do the weekly Moon High News column. RECORD REPORTERS Marilyn Booth, Lorraine Highman Typist, Barbara Gray Standing: Miss Stout, Berola, Foster, Brackus, johnson, Dilisio, Titus, Carnvale, Zonarich. SEVENTH GRADE SCIENCE CLUB Because so many of the Class of 1965 are interested in science, Mr. Depta has sponsored this group who will delve more deeply into things scientific. LOCKER COMMITTEE The Locker commit- tee is appointed by the Student Council to make routine inspections of all lockers. This is to promote better house - keeping among the stu- dents. Miss Stout spon- sors this group. Row 1: Brady, Hird, Schreiber, Lovra, Schrock, Strang, Andrick, Kelly Row 2: Patterson, Mcl-laffer, Goss, McMechen, Welshhans, Wood, Myers, Kinnear Row l: Vol sko, Wirth, Coll, Welch, Kissinger, Shaw Row 2: Mr. Spik, Heinlein, Barnes, Ruprecht, Trimber, F enlon, Boward CARNOT GAZETTE To give our future journalists a start and to keep the seventh graders news wise Mr. Spik and his staff published the newspaper which they called the "Carnot Gazette" until the class could select an official title. Row 1: Baker, McCauslin, Gaiser, Manion, Trimber, Phillips, Curry Row 2: Highman, Turzak, Kennelly, Patton, Woods, Tator, Viclmar, Julius, Wood, Snelzer, Williams, P. Heininger Row 3: Lewis, T. Hunger McCormick, Santucci, Scott, Mollenduer, Cain, Hertzic, Stephen, Cook, Bostaph, Cotrell. Row 3: Frame, Powell, Bolsa, Siegmann, Dennis, ' ' Booth, Meyers, Caponecchi, Valenski, Thompson, R. Bailey, Babilon I hx Row 5: Christner, Hastings, Kern, Aber, Smith, Noss, Huclnall, Kopsa, W. Bailey, Caldwell, Keller, McCormack, Row 6: Croyle, Btooks, Wiant, Majorettes Gittins, Andrick, Sullivan D. Hunter, Ploy, Griffith, Behllng, Kerr. Curry, Trimber, Phillips, Manion, Gaiser, MCCauslin, Baker , K Mp-e4lt'm:.a:x .asf .. Z Row 1: Paytas, New, Hiltgen, Arbaugh, Crea, Kennedy, Norman, Mascari, Leimer, McGregor, Lane, Forsythe, K. Heinlein, Row 2: Pierce, Di Meo, Keller, Songer, Myers, Drennen, McKenna, Lawson, H. Heinlein, Duff, Minch, Wozniak, Siegman, Harper Row 3: Schaper, Woods, Oehling, Miskell, Hunter, Rabovsky, Goss, Andrick, Oakes, R. Gardner, Ardrey, Ingram, Vernocy, Gordon Row 4: Inglefield, johnson, Stiffler, G. Gardner, Miller, McMullin, Maker, Aber, Saunders, Srraffou, Reidel, Wolf, Gregorirch, Turzak, Udvari Row 5: Mr. Gunn, Wagoner, Storlemeyer, Magel, Scary, Funk, Gillis, Smith, Titus, Stephen, Booth Junior High Band Majorettes l DANCE BAND Row l: Dunn, Noss, Keller, Heininger, Smith, Hastings, Kern Row l: Kerr, Thompson, Behlingf Bailey, Cook, Hunter, Gittens, Wicmt Mr. Gunn became director of the Moon High Senior and junior Bands. Both uniformed groups appeared in parades and present- ed routines during football game intermissions. A spring concert was their final project ofthe year. Seventh grade is preparing for future band work with their BAND OFFICERS training band under the direction of Mr. Isenberg. Mr. Gunn, Kern, Thompson, Kerr, Cook SEVENTH GRADE BAND Row l: Shaw, I-,xcCor..1icl4, Board, Bannister, Brady, Hopper, Pelligreen, Vachinsky, Sleasman, java, Thompson Row 2: Fetch, Moody, Fox, Cavitt, Runyon, Gavelick, Minch, Campbell, Mechtel, Scaletto, Bradley Row 3: Petrie, DeLatte, Nolder, Grice, VovStein, Curry, Wyke. dv X Robin Kerr and Dave Hunter represented Moon High in the Western District Band at Turtle Creek. mg E E ll Our junior High Band was represented at Montour High in the Western District Band. Musical Groups S S S A ! ' f Q0 Moon was host to a junior High Chorus festival this spring WESTERN DISTRICT CHORUS Row 1: Huld, Deramo, Mapel, Hixson, Moxin, Ramsey Row 2: Schreiber, Keppel, johnson, Brown, P. Bell Row 3: J. Bell, Lucci, Borden, Larson, Getz, McCaus1ancl I x l Glass, Miller, Sacco, Wentz Moon High was represented at the Allegheny County teachers Institute and Mr. Cummings con- ducted one of the numbers. Four people sang with the Western District Chorus at Shaler High School and in the regional convention at Darlington. Miller, Mathie, Popovic, Wentz, Glass, Witt, Brown, Fabec, Snell iw W V Heininger, Thompson, Cook, Stephen Row 2: Powell, AREA BAND Row 'l: Bolea, Chrisfner, Highman, Giffins, Hastings, Kern, Sullivan, Bailey, Meyers, Booth. The group that represented U5 in the AISH III concert doubles as the Senior Chapel Choir, We sent representatives to the Area III Band at Stowe High School. AREA III CHORUS . ROW 1: Wentz, Topcher, Homer, Bell, Perrier, Mathy, Hawtree Row 2: Miller, Svat, Brown, Goss, Fuuafd: Snell, Gillis. ROW 3: Johnson, Conklin, Sacco, Stewart, Bedick, Griffith, F Kurto, P avlakovich CHORUSES Row 1: Mazurek, Dickson, L. Bell, L. Svat, Poppinger, King, O'Neil, Hetzer, J. Glass, Topscher, Perrier, Mathie, Harriger, Heider, jellison, Brown, DiMasso, Gillis Row 2: N. Chi sholrn, Witt, Brown, B. Svat, Chisholm, Steiner, Sherman, Snell, Wentz, Pavlakovich, Creighton, J. Bell, Horner, Litterini, Bates, Runciman, Berola, Hawtree, Saveno Row 3: Kennear, Miller, J. Schmitt, john Schmitt, W. Glass, Fabec, Stewart, Kurto, Raley, W. Sacco, Popovic, Bedick, Goss, Ralston, DeLutis, Ward, Row 4: Shaw, Herbert, Brown, Gebhart, Johnson, Neiderriter, Santucci, F. Sacco, Spotskey, Griffith, Conklin, Fullard, X Hoskinson, Miller Mr. Cummings and his choral groups have continued their successful drive to keep Moon on the musical map. Bonnie Brown and Tom Bedick received the scholarships for voice study pre- sented by the Band Parents Club. The Senior High Chorus cut a record of Christmas music and they sang for local groups. The junior High Chorus joined them to sing at the airport. K The seventh grade training Dir made its debut in the Row 1: McCormack, Allshouse, Wirth, Mazurek, Lesh, Hershberger . 1 Fasano, Diday, Shrock, Pharo, Hutchinson, Dechellis, Hrusovsky Ilstmas assemb Y' Row 2: Gittings, Brown, Laurella, Konter, Beal, Cisar, Hird, Altenburg, Biemel, Hixson, Babish, Boward, Huntley Row 3: T. Davis, Brindle, Goss, Carnvale, Andrick, Coll, Welch, Strang, Welshhans, Fenton, Wood, Mollenaur, Lawson JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Row I: Barwell, Schreiber, Socha, Case, Gamble, Acheson, Bruce, J. Bell Row 2: Taylor, Vernau, Tomkovich, Hoskins, Neison, Dera Powell, R. Cramer Row 3: P. Bell, Northrup, Larson, Moxin, johnson, Lang, Andreyev Row 4: K. Bedick, Hixson, S. Bedick, Huld, Snell, Rudick, Trunick Row 5: Brown, McCausland, Mapel, Wallace, Cowl Bosetri, Keppel Row 6: Sellers, Altenburg, Hanley, Ramsey, Cleis, Woodward, Neal Row 7: Phillips, Getz, Ankrim, Sickmiller, Clark, Borden, Lucci, T. Cramer JUNIOR HIGH CHAPEL CHOIR Row 1: J. Bell, Deramo, Cramer, Bruce, Schreiber, Tomkovich, johnson, Moxin Row 2: Altenburg, es, McCauslin, Vernau, Larson, P. Bell, Neal, Northrup, Trunick, Brown Row 3: Keppel, Hanley, Ramsey, Gorden, Huld, Mapel, Hixson, Row 4: Phillips, Getz, Lucci, Clark The junior High Chorus sings mo' as two groups: the chorus and the ch ap el choir. I Q .. as gm . fill? u M., -- ' I H SPECIAL RECOG ITIO ational Honor Society is-..."'kxtiXlil,ii1l?Q75--6 1 ii, SSA xx ' g, xp ,r 'W f s E Y s On February 12 twenty-eight students were tapped for membership in the Moon High Chapter of the National Honor Society. Representing ten percent of the class of 1960 and five percent of the class of 1961, these people, chosen by a secret faculty rating on the basis of scholarship, charac- ter, 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. Ro W 1: Caponecchi, Svat, Wiant, Howells, Goss, Horner, Minch, Mathie, Stephan Row 2: Bedick, Behling, Soderquist, Newman, Churchill, Kern, Siell, Kerr, McMullin, Heininger, Korwin Row 3: Hastings, Pavlakovich, Moxin, Gillis, Bredahl, Cur , Manio W W Knoll, R. Thompson, Bailey. ry n, agoner, ood, Myers Row 4: Gittins, Santucci, Diehl, W. Thompson, TEST AWARD WINNERS Seven seniors received formal "letters of commendationn from the National Merit Scholar- ship Corporation in recognition of their good per- formance on tests taken in the spring of the junior ye ar. Standing: Heininger, Knoll, Hastings, Mashuda Seated: Bailey, Snell, Wagoner For good results in National Education Development Tests given during their freshman and sophomore years respectively ten sophomores and thirteen juniors received Certificates of Merit. il? eg.. ,, rx, QT. fv- Standing: Kornman, Tagliaferi, Heininger, Kristof, Standing, Morri Alb M Bedick, Donaldson, Seated: Topscher, Goss, Svat, Bei-Ola, Bates, iialsttiitSWittCCOrmaCk, Brooks. Seated: Howells, Mathie, Front: Stephan, Dunn i arional Junior Honor Society Row 1: Vernocy, Miskell, Paytas, Baier, Clels, Gerlach, WO0dward, Lesh, Pavelrsh Row 2: .iXche's0n,YB1ScetElj1?u2r3ffCPhaf1 Row 3: Heinlein, Harper, MCCauS1and, DICHHCH, lunge: 5if0CkY' Abeff Larson' Knotts Row 4' Whiteiu MC :ter ,A1cenliurS Schafer, Huld, Neison, Moxin, johnson, Norman Row 5: Riedel, Karl, Myers, Hunter, Getz, Agostine a, a , v Cooper, Cowles, Vernau The Moon Chapter of the National junior Honor Society held its formal induction service February 26 at which time twenty ninth graders and twelve eighth graders were tapped by the group who had been chosen as eighth graders. Chosen in the same manner and following the same rules as the Senior Society, these people have achieved a goal that should set a standard for their future.- GIRL-Ola THE-MONTH Nancy Pavlakovich was the selection of the commercial department to represent Moon High as the Girl-of-the-Month. This is a project of the Business and Professional WOH1CH,S Club of Coraopolis to honor girls of the local school districts. Nancy was selected for her high schol- astic standing and her ability in the stenographic field. VOICE OF DEMOCRACY Each year the senior English classes write themes for competi- tion in the Voice of Democracy Contest. Evelyn Gillis wrote the winning paper this year. DE LEGATES Anne McMu1lin, Pat Heininger, and Susan Snell were the choices of the P.O.D. department to repre- sent Moon High at the White House student conference held in January at Chatham College. GOOD CITIZEN Cheryll Churchill is the faculty and senior class choice for Moon High's Good Citizen of the Class of 1960. The jacob Ferree Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who spon- sers this award, asks that the selection be made for the qualities of dependability, service, lead- ership and patriotism. JOHN TILLY AWARD The 1958 football team chose Tom Fleck as the most promising sophomore player making him the recipient of the john Tilly Award. Mrs. Crawford on behalf of the class of 1957 presented this award to Tom at the annual athletic banquet. JO ANN CAPONECCHI AWARD The class of 1953 established as a memorial to their classmate the jo Ann Caponecchi Award which goes each year to the sophomore boy and girl who have earned the most citizenship points during their junior high years. This years winners were Meridel Berola and William McCormick. I A it S fs, HOMEMAKER Susan Snell makes Moon's Hall of Fame on two counts. She made the highest score of the senior home economics classes in the annual Betty Crocker Homemaking tests. Mrs. White presented the pin which all school winners have the privilege to wear. Susan also was chosen to serve as editor of the junior Red Cross paper published by the Allegheny County Council. l l me EF 'Z A ur Prom outhern Splendor We held our junior-Senior Prom on May 1, featuring the Bobby Vinton Dance Band. An after prom party at the Horizon Room completed a wonderful evening. To carry out our theme of Southern Splendor, in one corner of the gym, we had a brook with running water. The tables were placed behind fences and arbors of rosesg and the teachers were seated on the porch of an old plantation. K 5 "ffl .1 y fl We welcomed our guests W iisiii v i gag: 2, We chatted amid the rose arbors We enjoyed the "babbling" brook We danced and we danced swf I -.H his x f , V 'k'r idx Q ENTER OUR QUEEN Each year the student body votes on students that they feel will best qualify as Moon's traditional Queen, Lord of May, Alma Mater and May Court. All of the classes participate in a special program presented in honor of her majesty and her court. Queen Amy and her court were honor guests at a track meet with Moon victorious hosts to Coraopolis and Dormont. The senior girls wound the traditional maypole. p MAY DAY 1959 ? 7. K 5 r I' .af , K, 5 if I X. 5, 5, . , Q Q, V OUR QUEEN IS CROWNED S 4 THE QUEEN REIGNS .- -o ff' !m .,.-'- iw rm fa, nv- Amy Sacco-Queen ot the May David Tagliaferi, Donald Steve Popp-Lord of the May Tagliaferi - Train Bearers Olivia Adair- Alma Mater Ernie Popp - Pillow Bearer THE COURT Dick Wolfe - Donna Dimeo Charles Popovic- janet Heinlein john Barnes - Barbara Croyle Fred Tagliaferi - Carol Hood Harry Hixson- Ruth Frame Gary Pitrenger- Dorothy Glatz james Larkin- Patti Gilligan jack O'Neil - Margot Rudge Dale Hughes - Cynthia Audia Buster Trunick- Carol Gaydos Peter Sacco- Crown and Scepter Bearer Debbie Moran, jean O'Neil Flower Girls J W at "BE T FOCDT FGRWARD' On November 13, 1959, the senior class proudly presented 'U3est Foot Forward" under the direction of Mr. james Crawford and 'Mr. Rudolph Spik. f Passms gm zoxr f r- Nz ,ig 'Q Q v-msg, I ,. I ,,'r 1 . . 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N, 0 In this year we voted Art Compton to lead us, 0 X955 Q 196 And as our vice-president , we chose Evie Gillis. b q I Carol Manion we elected as class secretary, Q q N 0 And put Paul Rupert in charge of the treasury. Q X b September '55, we're eighth graders now, No one could tell us a thing, we knew how. x We had been at Moon High for nigh onto a year, 0 But so far, did nothing to show we'd been here. 6 Evie Gillis was our president for a one year term, cg 'X And as our V.P., we elected john Kern. SJ, 6 Wenda Miller and Paul Rupert guarded minutes and money, cg 6 For a magazine campaign, the outlook was sunny. Q O The year's '56 and we're known as the Freshmen, X J To attend school dances, we now have a yen. Q 396 We sell magazines for the third straight year, N9 O To raise money for projects which now are so near. 1960 499 E. G- G3 Q ca co Q 2 N X960 1960 1960 Q9 1960 W H63 ,960 X950 Xg6G 0961 X960 4960 Q 459 EMU McCorkle, Thompson, Rupert, and Kramer we elected, In all of the sports, our boys were selected. Mr McDaniel was still our worthy advisor, And under his guidance we became much wiser. As sophomores, of senior high we're a part, A position we hold very dear in our heart. To raise more money, stationery we sold, 1960 60 We chose class flowers, colors, and rings of gold. 1960 To For our sophomore president, we chose Rich Santucci, fp O5 And the office of vice, went to Frank Yusi. 66 Wenda Miller as secretary, took many notes, Q 1960 Q Bob McEwen for treasurer, ,got most of our votes. 8 5 Q As juniors our prom gave us moments to treasure, We think of it often with sighs of great pleasure. For, on "Southern Splendor" we worked as a team, And came May first it was like living a dream. Santucci presided for one more term, And for out V.P., we elected john Kern. Lee Soderquist we chose our minutes to write, Bob Pennington kept our money locked tight. Now we are seniors and the sixth of june, Means graduation and our exit from Moon. We all must choose a new occupation, College, a job, or serving our nation. john Kern has advanced to rule over our class, Bob Thompson is veep, as he was in the past. Cherie Churchill we handed the class minutes' book, And all our class money we trust to joe Cook. To the faculty and friends, we must say adieu, We may not show it, but thanks to you. Our six years together have gone by so fast, But in all our hearts, fond memories will last. G60 fo 0961 1960 in bo N 6' so O N60 3 19 eo 1960 1960 "Sizzling x Z Hcomedy Cary, "Trombone Trio" "Little Nell" ll F I6 i , . .13 Ak L. A' -XA Q , L l g ' ' L y 1 l H . -f - ' A 2 fha S' ' I - : .. h 5 6 lf r L ly- K in A 'I . 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The first pickups are made about 7:15 a.m., and buses ply the Moon and Crescent Township roads until the twenty-seven hundred high school and elementary students are in school. At 3 p.m. the buses line up to take on their first homeward bound loads, and at 3:07 begins the journey home. Airesman, Mr. Henry, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Gray, Mr. Creighton Front Row: Mr. Miller, Mr. Tussey, Mr. Scaletto, Mr. New, Mr. Meanor l 5 ' A r 3 --wgzfit -f 'rdf " 'H "i i K A-4, 0,7 'Wal 'K " ' i A , i 7' Y -'i 1 15,13 -' ... ' ' "" 5 9 ' " "ew-rl KK ,Cin Vg ff -- ,W K . - . .Y f V . f H, , A as if I T . va 5 a , --N---'IEEE E -fi, N w1ri'g1'!1"3"""7.!'Q Www 'i . -- ,J 5 v , 4 , sw 215. x Y,,t. ,E fi., tw - - ig ffl' V5 -I m, A - I ,xi ftp E . vi' , t ,ffi?ifi2' "" ' pf 3 5 ' " We , Vrhh 4 ,. U 4-S be , , ,Q z, L 'rg wg 7, . , Y ' ' -'fttlwlilfi 1.35 'te ' , s 1 . -T, -V r , L1 Tw . ' 4-f:-,i E ' f' ' ' 1 f' W j .. 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A 'ff i':'fei:m -fi t i C - f .. it 5 Let's G0 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosignoli Mrs. Helen Tussey Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Timmis Mr. and Mrs. David Freeman Mrs. A. R. Frame Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Pile Mr. and Mrs. Steve josaf Ronald and Linda Dunmire Mr. and Mrs. Don McCall Mr. and Mrs. George B. Evanko Mr. and Mrs. Benny Trunick jr. jane Chapman E. W. .McCartney Mr. Robert Johnston Sandy and Butch Mrs. Clive McNamee Mr. and Mrs. joseph Hertzic Sr. Mrs. Ronald Bolind Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Petrie Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hemphill Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kerr Mr. and Mrs. William Wright Charles Norman Family Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Liebermann and Family Mr. and Mrs. jack L. Roth Mr. and Mrs. james Kruppa ur Patrons Connie Baun Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Acheson The Drennen Family The DeMeo Family The Shopmeyer Family Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Koenig Carol and Wayne Fay Forsythe Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eleanor Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Milligan john Smonko john S. jones William E. Ward Robert H. Thompson Pander Alfred Holman Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Gunn . David P. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lozer Shirley and Mr. and Mrs joe . Thomas Kelly Mr. Pete Maker Mr. Edward M. Gray, jr. Mrs. Earl Russell Mr. William DeWitt Mr. August Lesh H. A. Highman The Delwin Toy Family The Bruce Toy Family Mr. 8zMrs. josaf F. Moxin Mr. 8: Mrs. james A. Dunn The Titus Family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Dante A. Tessore Mrs. Marie E. Potts Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pavlakovich Mr. Marlin A. Durr Mr. and Mrs. Fritz jahn and Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krauss Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter Mr. Donald Currie Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Lach Nick Phillips Mr. and Mrs. R. Hindmarch Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrison Mr. and Mrs. joe Lewis STREM TUDIOS Official photographers for every "Flame" QUALITY SERVICE I. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Manufacturing Jewelers O clzloms of Cjscvsfzifa Qinssi gfcaffsmsn 0 CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS-PERSONAL CARDS CLUB INSIGNIA MEMORIAL PLAQUES O cgzfyzsisnfafiusr CHARLES H. KLINGERSMITH 424 Greenhurst Drive Pittsburgh 16, Penna. O Tel. Fleldbrook 1-6801 srvua DisnNcTioN ----- -::: 1-::::gi DERAMO BEVERAGE CO. 1404 Rear and 1406 Fourth Ave. Coraopolis, Penna. Phones: AM 4-5300, 4-3270 domfzlimsnfi of CORAOPOLIS HARDWARE AM 4-4930 1029-31 Fifth Avenue 1 907 1960 CELLIG PHARMACY Fifth and Mill Coraopolis, Penna. Over Fifty Years of Service I YATES ATLANTIC SERVICE Route 51 at Carnot AMherst 4-9750 CORAOPOLIS PEN NA. Mytinger 8. Co. Hardware 570 Merchant Street AMBRIDGE 6-0310 use - Accmem - sicKNESS ew Y Memo PITTSBURGH FORGINGS COMPANY QDTOJU. C515 of FORGINGS FARM IMPLEMENTS STEEL FREIGHT CARS .mfanfs Coraopolis, Penna. Jackson, Mich. SUBSIDIARY Greenville Steel Car Company T0 N Y 'S dongmfulam H22 Ulm of u796Ou O Finest In PIZZA - SPAGHETTI AND ITALIAN FOODS O INEZ and TONY INSURANCE AGENCY FIRE CASUALTY LIABILITY .U oRAoPous wif anowwm amh. C M. Tmazxhv PHONE AM 4-4056 - 9 nu 5 P. Jykpmgnfzng The Travelers Insurance Company and Indemnity Insurance Company of North America 'fililfifllomi 867 FIFTH AVENUE - - - CORAOPOLIS Gi .F v T.L,-:i'TIVV -1 Q. ll IIB' Al' EEE - 1 - 0 I 1-1 B 5 f- J- of A in-IM 521 .r-1111 -- -- -.'Z5L'i'9f- f' . - A-- lvg Groduotion opens the doors of the future, ci future filled with bright' ond shining promise. From oll of us Comes "God-Speed to the groduoting class of I96O." A. D. ROSSI INC. . r REAI. ESTATE - INSURANCE MORTGAGE MONEY HOME BUILDING Authorized Admiral Home Dealers lf 5 E --"h I i" ii i. 5 W ' frf, -vff f V ... I ...., ' 4 p- e . e. , ry . . A I I 'I038 FIFTH AVENUE CORAOPOLIS, PA AM 4-3078 - FE I-4800 410 MERCHANT STREET AMBRIDGE, PA. CO 6-6290 f "--A-AA--AAA-AA'--A rr: :::::::: :::::::::: :: BLAW-KNOX COMPANY Founclry and Mill Machinery Division General Offices-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - W O R K S ROLL NATIONAL ALLOY UNION Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Groveton, Pa. Coraopolis, Pa. East Chicago, Ind. Wheeling, Warwood, W. Va. - PRODUCTS STEEL CASTING - ROLLING MILL AND STEEL PLANT EQUIPMENT CAST IRON, ALLOY IRON, AND STEEL ROLLS MACHINE SHOP FACILITIES WELD FABRICATING Compliments of GOURLEY CHEVROLET Compliments of Naughton 8. Berola Agency 409 Broad Street Sewickley, Pa. HINSURANCEH USED CAR LOT PHONE National Bank Building, Coraopolis, Pa. AM 4-0335 AM 4-6690 Sew' 2110 JOHN L. NAUGHTON JOHN B. BEROLA COMPLIMENTS of A FRIEND Compliments of Sewickley Savings 8. Loan Association Coraopolis Office-I IO5 5th Ave. Coraopolis, Pa. Sewickley-Broad St. and Centennial Ave. Sewickley, Pa. PHONE: AM 4-4940 SEW. 1859 sANvlto C000 FUNERAL HOME MANUFACTURING CORPORATION ' U A Q ' 1 E-TTT Carbon Papers - lnked Ribbons D125 Jimi ffnofzm Qmmz svom Hedogmph Supphes an U55 qlpfzsz Gaia Qfalfsy ' ' Factory LEETSDALE, PENNA 24-HR. AMBULANCE SERVICE ' . csafu Gfficsi New York City Pittsburgh AMherst 4-3050 FEderaI 1 1711 Dallas Chicago Detroit Philadelphia Compliments of CORAOPOLIS NATIONAL BANK CORAOPOLIS TRUST COMPANY J. MARTIN CONFl.ENTl Realtor AM 4-5050 STAR SHOE STORE Shoes for Entire Family 422 Mill Street CORAOPOLIS, PENNA FRANK CHILBERT Heating - Plumbing Sales and Service Telephone: AM 4-4338 J. H. Gillis Furniture Co. "Westinghouse Appliances-Frigidaire Appliances "CrecIit To AII" 1025-27 Fifth Avenue-Coraopolis, Penna -Phones- FEcIeraI 1-6266 or AMI1erst 4-0830 E M B A S S Y CLEANERS AND LAuNDRoMAT DRY-CLEANING - SHIRT SERVICE I Day Service-3 Hours Finest in One Own Plant-Pick-up and Delivery RAY LACIENERE 1126 Fourth Ave. Proprietor COFOODOIISI P0 COMPLIMENTS of SHAFER COACH LINES SHAFER'S FLOWERS Plants, Flowers and Evergreens Greenhouses at Carnot, Pa., on Broadhead Road Since 1891 R. D. 4, CORAOPOLIS, PA. 410 Beaver Street, Sewickley, Pa.-Sewickley 1916 1030 Fifth Ave., Coroopolis, Penna.--AM 4-2184 Compliments of D. HERBERT TRADER Jeweler and Gifts 417 Beaver Street Sewickley, PCI- Compliments of Compliments of the RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY THE CORAOPOLIS RECORD RELIANCE WELDING Printers ond Publishers of CORPORATION "AH the School and Sports News" Abrasives, Incorporated TURNER IMPLEMENT STORE, Inc Coraopolis Heights AM 4-6230 FE I-7737 K.C.JACKSON International Tractors and Trucks Farm, Garden Er Industrial Equipment Parts, Sales G' Service WE LEASE EQUIPMENT LANG COMPLIMENTS OF BUILDERS C1 CONTRACTORS B QQVQ Arthur D. Iarquinio cor Qopo ns, PQ. it REALTOR SIEGMAN BROTHERS FORMAL WEAR 3520 Fifth Avenue Oakland, Pittsbugh 13, Pa. MUseum 1-8712 or MUseum 2-8712 SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT We Operate Our Own Dry Cleaning Plant All Formal Wear Guaranteed Cleaned-Free Parking Rear of Store CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 TAYLOR MILK COMPANY NOTE: High School Graduate . . . The Dairy lndustry offers many job opportunities . . . Dairy Technicians . . . Dairy Engineering . . . Dairy Manufacturing . . . Pennsylvania State University offers the finest course in the United States. : STEERS, STOVES AND STEEL PRODUCTS... 5 fwzf.em" HELPING TO SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF A NATION IS THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF ROCKWELL-STANDARD Steers move to market . . . and a rugged, lightweight truck axle built by a Division of Rockwell-Standard helps to get them there. A housewife cooks a Sunday dinner on a modern range that contains precision metal parts produced by Rockwell-Standard. And the Havor of the roast on the table is improved because of feed harvested with power provided by a safer, shielded propeller shaft made by still another Division of Rockwell-Standard. From planes that speed busy executives across country . . . to buses that carry students to school . . . to the building and lighting of new highways . . . the diversified products of Rockwell-Standards 26 plants are constantly at work supplying the needs of the nation. ROCKWELL-STANDARD CORPORATION GENERAL OFFICES. CORAOPOLI PETE MYL GARAGE DeSoto - Plymouth - Valiant Coraopolis, Pa. AM 4-4130 THE VILLAGE SHOPPE 1007 5th Avenue Coraopolis, Penna. JIM SELZER'S MARKET Fresh Groceries 8: Meats WIRETON SERVICE CENTER Everything in Appliances 85 Fumiture VAN BALEN LAUNDRY, INC. Laundry 85 Dry Cleaning 1501- State Ave. AM 4-2430 Phone GLadstone 7-8632 1403-1407 5th Ave. AM 4-5250 Compliments Kirkpatrick 's News Compliments of of Card Center PIZZERIA NATIONAL RESTAURANT Mill Street Coraopolis, Penna. 1225-4th Ave. AM 4-8735 Cora. Pa. ' HAWKINS' DRIVE -IN Stoops Ferry, Coraopolis, Pa. CHARLES L. CRAIG 1040 Main Street Plumbing and Heating NOLLA SHOP Ladies' Apparel 427 Mill Street Compliments EGER'S Compliments of Leading Jewelers of STEINS LADIES' APPAREL Coraopolis Ambridge Frank Mobile Gas Station Compliments Cl.ARA'S BEAUTY SHOP O'ROURKE 'S ESSO STATION of Bon Meade Fifth Ave., At Ferree St. J.S. and J.S. McCormick Dairy GL 7-8384 Phone AM 4-9728 24 Hour Towing Specialists D.F. Miller Co. COMINOS RESTAURANT 940 Fifth Avenue Compliments of Willy 's Barber Shop AM 4-2260 Coraopolis, Pa. Coraopolis, Penna. Glenwillard, Penna. Valentine 's Atlantic RET-ON SHOPPIN E E GENE'S SUNOCO SERVICE Service Station WI wireton Ping NT R Expert Lubrication AM 4-9881 Wireton, Penna. ' ' 1344 5th Ave. Coraopolis, Pa. EVANKO'S FINE FURNITURE BYERS HARDWARE CO. JOE WORKMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1017-19 Fifth Avenue Devoe Paint Products Men 's Clothing AM 4-5920 Coraopolis, Pa. AM 4-5928 AM 4-1230 Coraopolis, Penna. HEINLIEN'S NURSERY Compliments ELI DEMASSO SERVICE STATION Box 465, McCormick Road, Coraopolis, Pa. of AM 4-9771 AM - 4- 1404 Rudy Redek 5th 85 Main Sts. Cora. Penna. I. H. BONHAM AGENCY Compliments MCKNOWN Rt BEATTIE Insurance 84 Real Estate of 860 Fourth Avenue Cora. Penna. Mill 85 State Cora. Penna. GROGAN DISTRIBUTORS AM 4-0490 A. R. IAVA CONSTRUCTION 8: SUPPLY CO. CORAOPOLIS FURNITURE CO. CAHEN'S 231 Snyder Drive 960 Fifth Avenue Coraopolis, Pa. AM 4-5684 Coraopolis, Penna. Coraopolis Compliments GILBERT 'S FLOWERS The Chocolate Shop of 937 5th Ave. 932 Fifth Avenue A 'Friend Coraopolis Ambridge AM 4-1976 BASSETT BROS. Groceries -Fresh Produce Phone AM 4-6030 BARBIAN HEATING Carnot-Beers Road Coraopolis, Pa. AM 4-1248 FikNNING'S DRUG STORE Prescriptions AM 4-5086 1110 5th Ave. Coraopolis, Pa. DICK FABEC T. V. SHOP 409 Mill Street AM 4-1380 Sales and Service SEA SHELL BAR 8: RESTAURANT Beaver Grade Road Steve Rozinsky AM 4-9870 AIRPORT LANES 14 "A,M.F." Automatics Reservations call AM 4-7890 AUTENRElTH'S DOLLAR STORE 946 5th Avenue MARTIN'S SUPER MARKET Narrows Run Road Barcaskey Motor Sales Chrysler - Plymouth - Imperial Coraopolis, Penna. AM 4-6533 AM 4-6534 855 5th Ave. AM 4-2480 I-Ioward's Restaurant and Bar HOTEL PITTSBURGHER MOTEL Teddy 's 2hr. Cleaners Opposite Greater Pittsburgh Airport Opposite Greater Pittsburgh Airport AM 4-2502 Private Parties-Banquets-AM 4-1084 Telephone AM 4-5152 Gr. Pgh. Airport Moon Clinton Rd. CORAOPOLIS HEIGHTS PUBLIC GOLF COURSE EDDIE'S LUNCH 1107 Fifth Avenue MCLAUGHLIN GULF SERVICE 5th Ave. 8a Ferree St. Beaver Grade Road Coraopolis, Pa. Coraopolis, Penna. AM 4-9708 Coraopolis, Penna. KIRBY'S BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTOR BOYD LUMBER COMPANY Compliments 2502 State Ave. Coraopolis 4th Avenue of AM 4-2554 Coraopolis, Penna. RON SMITH GEORGE MICHAEL Complete Toy and Hobby Store 415 Mill St. Coraopolis, Pa. GRAFF SERVICE STATION 1601 - 5th Ave. - Coraopolis, Pa. PHONE AMherst 4-9733 TALARICO MOTORS Ford Car and Trucks Coraopolis, Penna. AB EDWARDS BROTHER 04-us....r..i. Ann Afbnnm ng


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