Mount Pleasant High School - Log Yearbook (Mount Pleasant, PA)
- Class of 1961
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olophon is defined as the 'gfinishing touch." And so, this
book is the finishing touch to our high school career. To
'prevent the cherished memories of our high school days
from fading, the seniors proudly present the 1961 Colophon.
As we depart from the halls of Hurst, we find ourselves re-
luctant to leave and embark upon the road of life. The sometimes
feared road of life holds something different for each of us.
In years to come, this hook will bring hack the joyous events
and trying moments both in the classroom and on the playing field.
If in the future, we can maintain the spirit and philosophy portrayed
by this Colophon, success and happiness shall he the finishing touch
to our lives.
DR. S. S. DEVAUX
There are innumerable reasons why the graduating class of 1961 has chosen
to dedicate this book to Dr. S. S. DeVauxg however, the paramount factor was the
simple rapport of sincere friendship which he had established with all the Hurst stu-
During the thirty-eight years he has spent as the school doctor and physician for
our football team, Dr. DeVaux has managed to win the confidence and respect of
the entire community.
After his graduation from the Mt. Pleasant Institute in 1907, Dr. DeVaux entered
Otterbein College in Ohio and was graduated in 1910. The next 10 years of his
life were devoted to teaching in Scottdale and Greensburg. Then he entered the
Cincinnati Medical School in Ohio and was graduated from there in 1922. The
following year he served his internship at the McKeesport Hospital. It was in the
same year that he came to Hurst High School as the school doctor and physician
for the football team. From that time until now, he has served our school in that
He has also been on the staff of the Mt. Pleasant Hospital for the past 35 years. In
that time, the doctor has delivered more than 2,000 new citizens into the world and
has seen many of them eventually become grid stars for the Scarlet Hurricanes.
Since 1923, Dr. Davaux has witnessed more than 300 Hurst grid contests. For
the past few seasons, he has been writing poetry about Hurst football, and the reading
of his poems has been a highlight of the annual football banquet.
Dr. DeVaux has enjoyed a long tenure at Hurst, in which time he has attained
the title of the "father" of Hurst High School football.
Finding time a scarce commodity, i
the Administration is constantly racing
against time and the inevitable day of graduation.
In four short years, y
these educators have worked with the accuracy
and precision of a Grand father's C lock-
for the hour when they must turn their
proteges out into the world.
Left to right: J. Rolla, L. Rich, G. Rusinko, T. J. Flaherty, S. Ungvarsky, E. Briner, M. Willson,
and W. D. Mullin.
Board of Directors
In every school district there is a committee-the Board of Education, elected by
the people to plan for the educational needs of the community. This representative
group is confronted with many problems- which concern the welfare of the pupil.
The 1960-61 school year at Hurst -High School depicted in this Colophon is the
result of the honest endeavors of these men.
Their valid and reliable decisions have given them the satisfaction of knowing
that they are responsible for having given the youth of our community a well-
rounded education, essential for propagating the Democratic way of life. From all
who have been affiliated with Hurst High School during this past year, we give our
sincere gratitude to the Mt. Pleasant Township School Board.
MR. THOMAS J. F LAHERTY
Duquesne University, University of Pittsburgh
In this world everything that marks an end, also marks a beginning. The end of
one day is the commencement of anotherf So it is with.. our education. What you
have learned at school, valuable as it is, is only the beginning. The end of high
school work merely means the commencement of those experiences which will put to
the test the principles you have learned.
You have enjoyed that blessing which a benevolent community has bestowed upon
her children-a free education. To you has been given freely that which great men
of the past have obtained only with many sacrifices and much labor.
May your hopes and dreams be realized as you begin the larger life which lies
just beyond the threshold.
MR. C. KENSEY DILLON
A.B., West Virginia University
M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh
I would like to congratulate the seniors of Hurst High School upon their gradua-
tion. For you, I hope the very best of everything in whatever venture you may find
yourself. You must always remember that your graduation from high school is
just the beginning, and you must continuously, in all areas, try for self improvement.
May you consider this from Albert Camus:
"My role, I know is not to transform the world, nor man: for that I have not
virtues enough, nor clearsightedness. But it consists, perhaps, in serving where I
can, those few values without which a world, even transformed, is not worth living
in, without which a man, even new, would be worthy of respect."
DR. WILLIAM D. MULLIN
B.S., M.S., M.Ed., D.Ed.
Pennsylvania State University
University of Pittsburgh
Gold, diamonds and precious stones are mined and commercialized after much
searching, digging, cutting and polishing. This takes work, patience, skill, and knowl-
edge, and then they become a thing of rare beauty. Let us look within and see our-
selves as others see us. You will develop and radiate truth, beauty, righteousness
and peace after you have searched, dug deep and polished the truths of life within
your minds, hearts and lives. In so doing, you will gain power, wisdom, and
human understanding. This is achieved after work, patience, long application
and concentrated study. After all this, then you may expect to enter through
the Door of the Temple of Knowledge.
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What the future holds for each is uncertain-
It is a time of decision upon the road of life
to be followed.
The seniors must now close the door of adolescence
and open the door of maturity.
The decision made now will always be contemporary.
Presldent LOUIS KRITZ
Vlce Presldent BARRY NEWILL
Secretary BERNADETTE URBAN
Treasurer DIANE WEIERS
Reporter .....,,,....,... RUTH ANN NEWILL
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The Senior Class Histor
We, the senior class of 1961, have reached the parting of the ways! Our class
is about to take the trail taken by all high school graduates. For the past four years
we have been in a transitory stage.
In September, 1957, we entered our high school as freshmen, half-frightened,
ignorant of our new environment, and entirely at a loss as to what was expected
of us. Since then, we have advanced to the rank of seniors, preparing to take an-
other step, a little larger, a little more perilous-and we feel somewhat as we did
then, wondering what awaits us on the road of life.
They've been full years, brimming with many and various experiences. We made
a place for ourselves by being well represented in extracurricular activities and
finished our first term a much wiser, more confident group. During our sophomore
year we could now sit back and smile at the naive underclassmen and satisfy our
ego by giving directions and explaining things from our vast store of knowledge.
Almost before realizing it, we had arrived at another milestone of our school
career, and as juniors we were busy choosing our class rings and producing our class
play, "The Boarding House Reachf, which proved a great success! Another highlight
of this year was the prom which climaxed our junior year.
In our senior year, we began to see the practical side of knowledge. This last
milestone brought joyous experiences-posing for photographs, exchanging name
cards and pictures, and working for the success of the class play, "Washington
Never Slept Heref, But, Alas! All good things must come to an end, and in a few
short months we found ourselves caught in a whirl of events leading to graduation.
Our high school career has ended, but the real history of the class of '61 is unre-
corded. What lies ahead? That remains to be seen!
Rich travels every day from Lycippus
. . . was a three-year member of the
Usher's Club . . . future plans are un-
certain, but it's a good bet they'll in-
ROBERT BRUCE ANDERSON
Bruce was a transfer student his
junior year . . . belongs to Chorus A,
Sigma Rho, and the Colophon staff . . .
is proud of his belonging to the Na-
tional Honor Society . . . likes to hunt
and fish . . . will attend Penn State.
"Brooms" is a resident of the town
of United . . . has a real sense of
humor . . . claims Usher's Club to be
his favorite . . . hobby is building
model cars . . . not interested in col-
A cute blonde from Rath's Cross-
roads is Brenda . . .belonged to the
J.C.C., S.C.C., and the National Honor
Society . . . was co-secretary of the
band . . . likes to oil paint . . . re-
ceived a ring from Don . . . marriage
This cute lass could be found with
Cid or Lorretta . . . belonged to the
.l.C.C., S.C.C., and F.H.A .... likes
very much to talk on the phone . . .
hopes to be a secretary.
PAULINE JOAN BALASH
"Polly" is a proud resident of Mam-
moth . . . was Miss .Fisher's secretary
. . .likes dancing, swimming, roller
skating, and boys . . . was' an avid
sports fan . . . after-school plans are
"Pete" was a ladies' man from Mt.
Joy . . . was in the Science, Usher's,
and Sportsman Clubs . . . likes girls
very much . . . other interests are hunt-
ing, cars, and playing the guitar . . .
plans to join the Air Force.
This pretty blonde claims Mammoth
is the capital of the world . . . was
very active in Band activities . . .
made millions working in the Sun Drug
in Greensburg after school . . . thinks
school is t0ps.
Tall, good-looking Paul was often
found talking to Kathy . . . says Nor-
velt is tops . . . belonged to the
Usher's, Spanish, and Varsity H Clubs
. . . will be remembered for his fine
basketball ability . . . hopes to get
Always smiling is the way to de-
scribe "Syl" . . . was active in the
Home Ec., J.C.C., S.C.C. activities...
liked to read a lot . . . hails from
Standard Shaft . . . working in an
office after graduation is her goal.
"Pumpkin" chased the bus from Ly-
cippus . . . belonged to the Future
Homemakers of America . . . liked
basketball and boys . . . ,future might
have something to do with marriage.
Known for her friendliness and pretty
hair . . . Rose liked N.F.L. work . . .
was in the Nurses Club and Colophon
staff . . . was secretary of the National
Honor Society, and Sigma Rho . . .
likes skating and dancing . . . will
enter nurses training.
Pretty, brown-eyed Eileen hails from
the "metropolis" of Mutual . . . be-
longed to the J.C.C., S.C.C., and F.H.A.,
also the Pep Club . . . likes to dance,
skate, and have parties . . . will work
Paul came to Hurst from Ramsay his
senior year . . . now resides in Acme
. . . was a member of Sigma Rho . . .
in his spare time he likes to hunt, fish,
and go swimming . . . is undecided
about his future plans.
This poor girl had to put up with the
smart boys in chemistry and trig classes
. . . belonged to Sigma Rho and Fu-
ture Nurses Club . . . was active in
Chorus A . . . could be found with
Ellen . . . another nurse's trainee.
One of our outstanding football play-
ers . . . Phil belongs to Varsity H
and Sigma Rho . . . likes to hunt,
ice skate, and practice football . . .
not sure about college . . . reigned as
the 1960 'Sno Ball King.'
LINDA JANE CAREY
Dark-haired and quiet describes Linda
. . . was one of the girls from Lycippus
who played basketball . . . belonged to
the Future Nurses Club , . . liked art
. . . plans to enter nurses training.
Sally claims Mt. Pleasant as her
hometown . . . was a member of the
Future Nurses Club . . . her hobbies in-
clude skating and dancing . . . future
plans are uncertain . . . was a very
friendly and quiet senior.
"Dot" is a cute miss noted for 'her
pretty blond hair . . . Norvelt is her
hometown . . . was active member of
S.C.C., .l.C.C., and band . . . member
of the Homecoming Court . . . hobby
is ice skating . . . plans to attend
A cute, friendly little girl who re-
sides in Mt. Pleasant . . . secretary of
Home Ec. Club . . . claims dancing,
skating, and boys to be her main in-
terests . . . prefers homemaking to
,lim is the big boy with a smile for
everyone . . . comes from Dog Hollow
. . . apparently does not like clubs
. . . hunting and girls occupy most of
his time . . . isn't interested in college.
"Betts" was one of our senior girls
hailing from Pleasant Unity . . . was
a proud member of the Home Ec.
Club and Chorus B . . . enjoys horse-
back riding, art, swimming, and sports
. . . no definite future plans.
This pretty blond hails from Welty-
town . . . belonged to the S.C.C. . . .
her hobbies are skating and bowling
. . . not interested in college . . . but
"Jean" does have plans with Vaun
for the future.
A real sweet girl with a pleasant
personality . . . hails from the great
town of Norvelt . . . belonged to the
J.C.C., S.C.C., F.H.A., Glee Club, and
N.F.L .... likes roller skating and danc-
ing . . . is still uncertain about the
Kathy always has a smile on
her face . . . was a well-liked person
by all . . . resides in Pleasant Unity
. . . a member of J.C.C., S.C.C., and
Home Ec. Clubs . . . future plans
might include business world.
This young lad is noted for his
blond crew cut . . . Ray is a resident of
Udell . . . claims collecting coins and
stamps occupy most of his spare time
. . . possessed a good sense of humor.
ELLEN LOUISE DELL
Ellen came to Hurst from her home
in Simpson Hollow . . . was an ac-
tive member of the F.T.A., Chorus A,
and Sigma Rho . . . in her spare time
she plays the piano . . . college is
definitely for the future.
One of the pleasant and quiet ones
of our class . . . Charlotte rode the
ridge bus from Acme every day faith-
fully . . . belonged to Chorus B, Glee
Club and Home Ec .... claims swim-
ming and boys are her main interests.
"Margie" is a cute girl who also re-
sides in Pleasant Unity . . . belonged
to the S.C.C .... claims dancing, pizza,
and boys are tops . . . nothing definite
planned for the fixture.
JOANNE MARIE EVANS
"Jo" is known to everyone by her
pleasant smile and personality . . .
hails from Norvelt . . .' was active in
the Latin, Spanish, F.T.A., and N.H.S.
clubs . . . one of our graceful major-
ettes . . . plans to go to college.
Mike could usually be seen walking
with Patty . . . came from the great
"metropolis" of Whitney . . . was in
the Sigma Rho and Usher's clubs . . .
says ice skating and hunting can't be
beat . . . will attend Penn State.
Possessor of a great sense of humor
. . . George caine from Standard Shaft
. . . one who had exceptional abilities
in playing baseball . . . was in the
Varsity H Club . . . main interest is
guns . . . plans to enter the pro-baseball
JOHN EUGENE FAZEKAS
"Fuzzy" was one of the short and
sweet ones of the class . . . claims
United to be the best little town in
the U.S.A .... really enjoys hunting
. . . has no definite future plans.
MARY JANE FLANNIGAN
Quietness is a characteristic that
Mary .lane possesses . . . Standard is
the home of this cute, petite miss . . .
was in the J.C.C., S.C.C. and the Hurst-
onian staff . . . dancing is her favorite
LEONA JEAN FESS
"Fess" is known for her athletic
abilities . . . comes from Lycippus . . .
was in the S.C.C., and N.F.L. clubs
. . . coach of the Y.F.C. basketball
team . . . any kind or form of sports
was her main interest . . . was well-
KATHLEEN FOREJ T
Pretty-eyed Kathy was known for her
cute dimples . . . one of the Bunker
Hill crowd . . . was active in the S.C.C.
. . . among her interests, sports
and swimming are rated as tops . . .
uncertain about the future.
JUDITH ANN FORI SKA
Judy was well known for her neat-
ness and short blond hair . . . president
of Future Nurses . . . belonged to the
N.H.S., Sigma Rho, and Colophon staff
. . . interested in football, swimming,
and entering nurses training.
"Barbie" is one who is constantly on
the honor roll . . . comes from Mt. Joy
. . . was the organist and pianist for
the choral department . . . enjoys writ-
ing to pen pals, listening to good music,
and playing it . . . college is certain.
KAREN LEA FREEMAN
Blond-haired Karen came from the
ridge and was proud of it . . . be-
longed to .l.C.C., S.C.C., Glee Club,
and Chorus A . . . claims painting and
swimming as favorites . . . future may
include being a secretary.
"Dick" was one who enjoys any form
of athletics . . . belonged to Varsity
H . . . was president of the Usher's
club . . . played basketball four years
and was football manager . . . favorite
pastime is hunting.
ERNEST FRIEDLIN E
"Tiny" is well known for his role
in the junior class play . . . hails from
Weltytown . . . was active in Sigma
Rho, N.F.L., Science, and Usher's clubs
. loves playing the guitar, and fish-
ing . . . college is definite.
Bob is a boy gifted with the talent
for math . . . active in Sigma Rho and
Usher's club . . . played the strong
man in the junior class play . . . main
interests are girls and photography...
plans to go to college.
One of the math whizzes oi the class
. . . Steve resides in Pleasant Unity . . .
was an active member of the Science,
Spanish, and Usher's clubs . . . be-
longed to Sigma Rho and the N.F.L.
. . . main interest is having fun and
EVELYN SUE HAROUSE
A cute petite senior was "Cid" who
resides in Calumet . . . has member-
ship in the .l.C.C., S.C.C., and Home
Ec. clubs . . .- a four-year band mem-
ber . . . really enjoys skating, square
dancing, and eating pizza.
GLORIA GAY GOODWIN
Gloria is one who was seen and not
heard . . . was active in the Nurses
club . . . enjoys swimming, ice and
roller skating, and shooting a bow and
arrow . . . college may be included in
"Tweety-Pie" was one of our great
football heros . . . lettered three years
. . . belonged to Sigma Rho, Varsity
H, and Spanish club . . . says farm-
ing is the greatest . . . '55 Chevy is
his pride and joy . . . has definite
This friendly miss enjoyed riding the
ridge bus every day . . . ".Ioy's" activi-
ties included active membership in the
Latin, Clee, and Pep clubs . . . played
in the band four years . . . plans to
go to modeling school.
.I AMES HARTMAN
Operating the movie projector was
Jim's job . . . belonged to the F.T.A.,
Varsity H, Sigma Rho, and Projection-
ist clubs . . . is a big asset to the base-
ball team . . . enjoys hunting to the
fullest extent . . . college is his goal.
Cheerful "DeDe" always had a smile
for everyone . . . belonged to the F.H.A.
for four years and Chorus B . . . en-
joys dancing and swimming very much
. . . resides at Trauger . . . future
plans are undecided.
CAROL LEE HOFFER
Quiet Carol was not only known for
her quietness, but also for her "curly"
red hair . . . claimed Acme as her place
of residence . . . is undecided about
what she will do in the future.
DONNA MARIE HELLER
Never a dull moment with Donna
around . . . member of the J.C.C.,
S.C.C., and Home Ec. clubs . . . claims
playing basketball on the girls' team
and swimming as her favorite sports
. . . rates pizza as tops.
This pleasant senior rated as one
of the candidates for the 'Sno Ball
Dance' . . . claimed membership in the
Science and Spanish Clubs, and Sigma
Rho . . . enjoys playing baseball . . .
has plans of going to college.
Ed claims Norvelt as his hometown
. . . always was out for a good time
. . . was a member of the Latin and Li-
brary clubs . . . claims hunting and
fishing as his favorite sports . . . plans
to go to college.
Being a resident of Norvelt, most
people know him as "Chuck" . . .
displayed his talents as a member of
the Male Quartet in Chorus A . . .
would like to further his education in
PEGGY ANN HOOD
Peggy had a cheerful "hello" for
everyone . . . claims United as her
hometown . . . enjoyed belonging to the
Home Ec. Club . . . rates round and
square dancing highly on her list of
"Stu" is a good looking red head
who hails from Norvelt . . . belongs
to the Spanish, Science, and Library
clubs . . . claims playing the accor-
dion, roller skating, and working on
cars as his favorites . . . is college
Carol was one of the friendly and
quiet students at Hurst . . . was a mem-
ber of the S.C.C. and enjoyed singing
in Chorus A . . . hailed to school from
Dry Ridge . . . dancing and swim-
ming are her favorite pastimes.
Bonnie was a pleasant senior who
claims Bagley as her hometown . . .
belonged to Chorus- and the Spanish
Club . . . swimming, dancing and eat-
ing pizza are some of her favorites
. . . future plans include nurses train-
This senior lad was one of the
quiet boys in school . . . held mem-
bership in the F.F.A .... resided in
the large "metropolis" of Mammoth
. . . enjoys playing fotohall and base-
ball ., . . most students know him as
Noted for her pleasing personality,
Carol was one of the Homecoming at-
tendants . . . held membership in the
Latin and Spanish Clubs, Chorus, and
was president of Pep Club . . . enjoys
swimming and football games . . . has
plans for college.
MARY LOU HROVOSKI
A friendly miss was Mary Lou, who
was an attendant to the Snow King and
Queen . . . belonged to the F.T.A.,
Latin Club, and Chorus A . . . plans to
go to college . . . skating, swimming,
and dancing rate highly with her.
"Scratch," as he was known by all
his friends, came to Hurst daily from
United . . . prefers to spend all his
spare time working on cars . . . likes
driving fast cars . . . future plans are
Noted for her pleasant personality
. . . Betsy was constantly on the honor
roll . . . belonged to the National Hon-
or Society, .l.C.C. and S.C.C .... was
a valuable worker on the Colophon and
Hurstonian staffs . . . enjoyed N.F.L.,
skating, and dancing.
Ed claims the "metropolis" of Pleas-
ant Unity as his hometown . . . be-
longed to the Science Club and Sports-
man's Club . . . claims playing pool at
Charlie's as his favorite pastime.
Ed was one of the "brains" in math
class . . . claims Hecla as his home-
town . . . Science and Spanish Clubs
and Sigma Rho are on his list of clubs
. . . has plans for college . . . collects
old coins as a hobby.
Fun-loving Bertha was known by
everyone for her pleasing personality
and good sense of humor . . . belonged
to the F .H.A .... liked to swim, dance,
and eat . . . called the "city" of Lycip-
pus her hometown.
Ron was one of the gang who called
Mt. Pleasant home . . . was a member
of the Sportsman's club and Science
club . . . liked hunting better than any-
thing else . . . future plans are unde-
Frank was one of our good-looking
boys from Mt. Pleasant . . . belonged
to the Science club, Chorus B, and was
president of the Gymnastics club . . .
played basketball for two years . . .
includes baseball and girls among his
"Yucko," as he was known by most of
his friends . . . was a member of our
hard-hitting football team . . . belonged
to the Sportsman's club, Varsity H, and
Science club . . . liked hunting and all
A very polite lad from Calumet is
"Jerry" . . . had membership in the
N.F.L., and Usher's Club . . . swim-
ming, hunting, and taxidermy rate as
his favorite pastimes . . . would like
to study at Duquesne to be an in-
Petite "Ginny" was a lively lass from
Standard . . . belonged to the Glee
club, Home Ee. club, ,I.C.C., S.C.C., and
was a typist for the Hurstonian . . .
interests include dancing, swimming,
MARY ANN KLEMENTIC
A friendly girl was Mary Ann . . .
claimed Mutual as her hometown . . .
belonged to the .I.C.C., S.C.C., and
F.H.A .... had a great preference for
dancing, swimming, and eating pizza.
"Minnie" wlil be remembered as
Mary in the Christmas Cantata . . . be-
longed to the Spanish club, S.C.C., and
Home Ec. club . . . among her in-
terests are dancing, swimming, eating
pizza, and plans to continue working at
Every day "And" came to Hurst from
the great "city" of Alice . . . was an
active member of the S.C.C ,... danc-
ing and swimming are her favorites
. . . future plans include some type of
Claiming Mammoth as her hometown
. . . Connie was active in the Home Ee.
club . . . among her interests, dancing
and swimming have top place . . . fu-
ture plans are not certain.
Lou was junior and senior class presi-
dent . . . known for his good looks
and pleasing personality . . . belonged
to the N.H.S., F.T.A., Latin club, Sig-
ma Rho, and Hurstonian . . . was editor
of the Colophon . . . has definite college
MARY JANE KOVAL
Cute, dark-haired "Janie" came to
Hurst daily from United . . . was a
member of the .l.C.C., S.C.C., and F.H.A.
. . . dancing, listening to the radio, and
"Zack" claim most of her spare time.
A great sense of humor was the chief
asset of this friendly senior . . . Barb
was a four-year Band member . . . be-
longed to the .l.C.C., S.C.C., and N.F.L.
. . . claims reading, collecting records,
sleeping, and eating as tops.
One of the tall, friendly seniors was
"Bud" . . . possessed membership in
the Usher's and Latin Clubs, and Signv
Rho . . . gives hunting a high rating
. . . hails from Calumet . . . Slippery
Rock College is his choice for a further
ROBERTA KUJ AWA
"Bobbie" proudly claims Standard as
her hometown . . . was an active mem-
ber of the F.H.A .... watching tele-
vision is one of her pastimes . . . this
blond miss could usually be found with
Joanne, Connie, and Mary Ann.
The type who always had a good time
can best describe Jay . . . belonged to
the Pep club, F.F.A., and Colophon
staff . . . has a great interest in cars
and hunting . . . college is on his future
This tall, well-known lad found his
residence in Calumet . . . was a mem-
ber of the Colophon staff . . . his main
interests are automobiles . . . has no
definite plans for the future.
"Butch" is known for his friendly
and cheerful attitudes . . . claimed
membership in the Science cluh and
S.C.C .... Standard is his hometown
. . . golf and basketball occupy his
"Willie" was an active member of
the Usher's club . . . cars, hunting, and
fishing are on his list of favorite pas-
times . . . comes from the large "city"
This senior was better known to
his friends as "Pinch" . . . claims resi-
dence in Mutual . . . belonged to the
Sigma Rho . . . is interested in "hot
rods" . . . uncertain about the future.
Bill was one of the quiet boys of
our class . . . claims baseball and
coin collecting are the greatest . . .
is a resident of the great "city" of
Standard . . . apparently does not be-
lieve in clubs.
Sandy was always ready to lend a
helping hand . . . her name was often
on the honor roll . . . main interests
included .l.C.C., S.C.C., National Honor
Society, Glee club, and Chorus . . .
is interested in music . . . represented
Hurst in District Chorus.
This cute miss belonged to the J.C.C.,
S.C.C., and N.F.L .... will always
be remembered for her lovely red hair
. . . was one of our "peppy" cheer-
leaders . . . likes to bowl and is a
great dog lover.
Claiming Hostetter as his hometown
. . . Tom was one of the "Live wires"
of the senior class . . . will rate hunt-
ing as a favorite . . . was business man-
ager for the Hurstonian . . . future
plans are uncertain.
"Muchie" proudly claims Mt. Pleas-
ant as his home town . . . was an
active member of the F.F.A. . . . was
a true and faithful outdoors man as
can be seen from his interests in hunt-
ing, fishing, and trapping.
PATRICIA ANN MAFF IT
Gifted with a real sense of humor
and gift to gab . . . Patty belonged to
the S.C.C., .l.C.C., and Home Econom-
ics Club . . . enjoyed working in the
library . . . roller skating is her
favorite sport . . . lodges in Mutual.
Joe was a quiet lad from Mt. Pleasant
. . . spends his spare time lifting weights
. . . belonged to Varsity H, Spanish,
Sportsman and Science Club . . . one
of our capable football players . . . in-
terested in sports of all kinds.
Never a dull moment with "Mc"
around . . . known for her friendly per-
sonality . . . was cheerful majorette
captain and Hurstonian editor . . .
belonged to F.T.A. and Latin Club . . .
spent her spare time dancing or twirl-
ing her baton.
Mike is a quiet bashful lad who hails
from Brinkerton . . . was an active
member of the F.F.A., Science Club,
and Sportsman Club . . . his many in-
terests include collecting stamps, rais-
ing animals, and auto-body works.
Smiling Patty will always be re-
membered as Lucy in the Jr. Class
Plat' . . . belonged to .l.C.C., S.C.C.,
F.T.A., Clee Club, and Chorus . . .
Claims Mt. Pleasant as her hometown
. . . spends most of her time writing
Fun-loving Dave could be found wait-
ing for Tony's bus in Mammoth every
morning . . . Ham radios are his hobby
. . . belonged to the Usher's Club,
Sigma Rho, and an active N.F.L.'er . . .
his future plans include college.
A very friendly lass was Carol . . .
calls Trauger her home . . . was a
member of F.N.C., Latin club, Hurst-
onian staff, Chorus, and Glee club . . .
enjoys square dancing . . . plans to be
One of the more quiet ones from
Hurst . . . Larry especially likes to
drive automobiles . . . an active mem-
ber of the F.F.A .... resides in the
great "metropolis" of Brinkerton . . .
always ready to help.
"Ron" was well-known to his fellow
students as the president and field
captain of the band . . . belonged to
Chorus A, Science and Spanish clubs
. . . was treasurer of the Pep club . . .
enjoys music . . . plans to enter college.
Good-looking Ray is a proud'resident
of Norvelt . . . is interested in weight
lifting, archery, and guns . . . was
secretary of the Gymnastics club, and
a member of the Spanish, and Science
clubs . . . plans to enter the Air Force.
MARTHA MON TICUE
"Marty" is busy writing letters to
.loe . . . loves pizza and French fries
. . . was a member of the Hurstonian
staff and the Latin club . . . comes
from Alice . . . known for her cheery
MARY ANN NEMETH
Mary Ann was always a quiet girl
. . . claimed membership in the S.C.C.,
Home Ec. club, Chorus A, and Glee
Club . . . enjoys singing immensely
. . . resides in the "large" town of
BARRY N EWILL
"Fuzz" was a member of the foot-
ball and basketball teams . . . belonged
to the Colophon staff, Usher's Club,
Varsity H, F.T.A., Sigma Rho, and
Gymnastics Club . . . this senior class
vice president could be seen with
Sandy . . . will attend Clarion.
"Jim" was vice president of Varsity
H . . . belonged to Latin, Science,
Sigma Rho, and Gymnastic Clubs . . .
plays football, baseball, and basketball
. . . enjoys lifting weights . . . this resi-
dent of Norvelt added humor to our
RUTH ANN NEWILL
"Dolly," a pretty miss, was Home-
coming Attendant and senior class re-
porter . . . was a member of the band,
National Honor Society, S.C.C., and
Glee Club . . . this resident of Kecks-
burg spent most of her time with Paul.
,Especially interested in hunting and
fishing . . . John belonged to USl1Cf'S,
Science, and Sportsman's Clubs . . .
claims Mt. Joy -as his hometown . . .
plans to enter the Air Force . . . was
often seen with Pete.
A very likable person is "Jan" . . .
likes to listen to the radio, read, and
dance . . . was a member of F.H.A.,
J.C.C., and S.C.C .... hails from Acme
. . . future may have something to do
with the business world.
Mt. Pleasant is the residence of Jerry
. . . was an active member of the Sci-
ence and Sportsman's Clubs . . . likes
hunting and baseball to occupy his spare
time . . . was one of the friendly and
MARY LOU OBERLEY
Ayfaithful Hurstonian staff worker
. . . "Mecca" resides in United . . .
likes shorthand, basketball, and volley-
ball . . . belonged to the Home Econom-
ics, Spanish, and Pep clubs . . . al-
so a member of .I.C.C. and S.C.C.
The great city of Norvelt is "Pav's"
hometown . . . belonged to the Varsity
H and Science clubs . . . likes to play
the accordion for a pastime . . . enjoys
belonging to a local hand.
"Red" likes to dance and write letters
to a special one in Alaska . . . was a
member of the Home Economics club
. . . calls Hecla her hometown . . .
"Phil," one of our peppy cheerlead-
ers, Iikes to play basketball . . . be-
longed to S.C.C., J.C.C., F.H.A., Glee
Club, and Colophon staff . . . can
usually be found with .lay . . . re-
sides in the large city of Standard
Quite well-known for his musical
abilities . . . .Ioe is a resident of
"Good Old Calumet" . . . was a mem-
ber of the F.F.A. and the Science Club
. . . played in the Band for three years,
and plays in an orchestra.
"Ginny," a proud resident of Hum-
phreys, likes to collect pictures . . .
belonged to Chorus B, S.C.C., .l.C.C.,
Home Economics, Library, and Glee
Clubs . . . was an especially friendly
and likable person.
"Galible" one of our quiet, but friend-
ly boys, was a faithful member of
the F.F.A .... claims sports and col-
lecting pennies as good pastimes . . .
undecided about his future.
Karen likes to play the accordion . . .
could always be found with Leona...
hails from Whitney . . . belonged to
S.C.C. and could giggle all day . . .
enjoyed all kinds of sports.
Known for his exceptional basket-
ball ability . . . "Jack" seems to be
interested in golf, dancing, and Rita
. . . this football manager comes from
Norvelt . . . belonged to Sigma Rho,
Usher's, and Varsity H clubs . . . plans
to enter trade school.
Steve is the smiling boy that you oft
times see walking down the hall . . .
Carpentertown is his home . . . Span-
ish Club took up his club periods . . .
belonged to Chorus . . . Loves outdoor
sports and girls lindoor or outdoor!
. . . undecided about college.
Quiet Ron claims residence in the
great "metropolis" of Hecla . . . be-
longed to the Spanish club . . . could
be found on football squad . . . has a
great interest in the aviation field.
Sweet little Amy likes to swim and
write letters . . . enjoyed helping Miss
Galone in the library . . . proud mem-
ber of Future Nurses Club . . . re-
sides in the great city of Trauger.
"Butch" is known for his good looks
and sparkling humor . . . resides .at
Norvelt B Section . . . was an actlve
member of the football squad, N.F.L.,
Colophon Staff and Chorus . . . plans
to attend college.
"Fuzz" is known for his hashful man-
ner . . . active member of the Science
Club, Spanish, Latin, and Pep Club
. . . resides at Turkey Hollow . . . has
indefinite plans about the future.
This lad hails from Norvelt . . .
thinks Dolly is the most . . . was one
of our football heroes . . . belonged to
the Sportsman's, Science, and Varsity
H Clubs . . . is undecided as to the
"Professor" is known for his cheer-
ful personality . . . rides the bus from
Lycippus . . . was an active member
of the N.F.L., Usher's Club, Latin Club
and Sigma Rho . . . has college listed
on his future agenda.
Better known as "Tony" . . . this
future chef resides at Norvelt . . . be-
longed to Chorus A, Spanish and Latin
Club . . . was also a basketball man-
ager . . . showed his ability as a tenor
in the Male Quartet.
Another one of our pretty redheads
. . . "Red" claims her interests be in
swimming, skating, and water skiing
. . . comes to Hurst from Mt. Pleasant
. . . was active in the S.C.C. and held
the office of secretary of the Glee Club.
Linda especially enjoys talking on the
phone . . . usually seen with Steve
. . . belonged to National Honor So-
ciety, Chorus A, Sigma Rho, and Nurses
Club . . . plans to make nursing her
profession . . . known for her acting
MARY ANN RUDZINSKI
"Merch," an energetic lass who re-
sides at Standard . . . belonged to N.F.L.,
Nurses Club, Latin Club, Colophon
staff, and librarian in Chorus B . . .
claims her favorite pastimes are read-
ing, eating and listening to the radio.
A sweet smiling lass describes Hollie
. . . hails from Weltytown . . . be-
longed to the Latin and Nurses Club
. . . marched in the band for four
years . . . hopes to attend college after
graduation . . . was on the Hurstonian
MARY ANN SEMENSKY
"Mare" has business school in mind
. . . was a proud member of the .lun-
ior and Senior Chambers of Commerce
and the Home Ec Club . . . couldn't
do without TV and roller skating . . .
will he remembered for her quietness.
"Ed" is known for his debating ability
. . . is a resident of great Standard
Shaft . . . was president of N.F.L.
and Chorus A . . . enjoys swimming and
dancing . . . plans to attend Business
Many people look twice to identify
Kathy . . . a resident of United . . .
was an active member of the Sigma
Rho, Latin Club, F.T.A., and the Hurst-
onian Staff . . . is a whiz at skat-
ing . . . plans to attend college.
"Miami" enjoys roller skating . . .
belonged to the Sigma Rho, Latin Club,
F.T.A., Hurstonian and Colophon staffs
. . . resides at United . . . hopes to at-
tend college . . . could always be seen
with her polaroid . . . has a great in-
terest in Bob.
"Spud" is a proud resident of Acme
. . . has a smile for everyone . . . par-
ticipated in the Sportsmen's Club, Sci-
ence, and Senior Math Club . . . says
swimming and bowling are tops in his
"Harold" was the quiet type . . .
could be found with Fuzzy and Brooms
. . . rode .lack's bus from United . . .
plans to be a mechanic . . . always be-
lieved in having a good time.
"Bull" will be remembered as a
hero of our football squad . . . be-
longed to the Science Club, Sportsmen's
Club, Varsity H, Sigma Rho, and was
president of the Spanish Club . . . in-
terests lie in all sports.
One of our pretty 'Sno Ball' attend-
ants . . . "George" is known for her love
of sports . . . was a proud member
of the Girls Athletic Association, F.T.A.,
Spanish, and Latin clubs . . . belonged
to the Colophon and Hurstonian staffs.
MARY KATHRYN SMIHULA
"Kotoush" rode the bus from Hecla
with Lauretta every day . . . likes to
collect records and read . . . was active
in the Future Homemakers of America
Club . . . still has indefinite plans as
to the future.
Claiming one of the familiar names
at Hurst is "Smitty" . . . comes to
school from Trauger . . . was an active
member of the .I.C.C., and S.C.C ....
enjoys reading, dancing, football games,
Most people call him "Gene" . . .
was a resident of Weltytown . . . is
known for his good looks . . . held
the office of president and county
president of the F.F.A .... enjoys cars
"Smitty" is one of our math bugs
. . . was active in the N.F.L., National
Honor Society, Spanish, and Projec-
tionists clubs, and Sigma Rho . . .
hopes to attend college . . . loves all
types of sports.
Don could always be found working
on his car . . . belonged to the
F.F.A. and liked "ag" . . . was Ray's
best buddy . . . claims Kecksburg as
the best town on the map.
John, a quiet football lad, says Nor-
velt is the nicest town around . . .
participated in Varsity H Club and
Sigma Rho . . . plans to attend college
after graduation . . . enjoys all types
Barb is a brown-haired lassie from
Acme . . . likes to spent her time ice
skating, listening to the radio, or read-
ing . . . no definite plans for the future
. . . maybe they'll include a business
Acme is the home of Ron . . . be-
longed to the Science and Sportsma.n's
clubs . . . played "sax" in the band
for four years . . . hunting and cars
take his leisure time . . . would like
to join Uncle Sam in the future.
One of Hurst's nicest personalities
. . . has many friends . . . "Stash"
claims Calumet as home...active in
the C.A.A. and F.T.A .... was on the
Hurstonian Staff . . . could dance all
night . . . would like to attend college.
Well recognized as the football guard
of the year . . . Vic claims Norvelt as
his home . . . active in the Varsity H,
Spanish, Science, and Sportsman's Club
. . . dancing and girls are his interests
. . . plans to enter college.
MILDRED LORRAINE STEFL
"Lorraine" came to Hurst every morn-
ing from Mt. Pleasant . . . was always
seen with Frances . . . belonged to
the S.C.C., Chorus B, and Library Club
. . . has very definite plans for the
future . . . had a friendly disposition.
FRANCES STAN EK
One of Mt. Joy's pretty residents
. . . was a member of Home Ec and
Girls Glee Clubs . . . can be found
listening to records . . . dreams about
traveling by air . . . a future Airline
SAN DRA STRUBLE
Hailing to Hurst from the great town
of Acme . . . "Sandy" plans to enter
Clarion State College . . . activities in-
clude F.T.A. and Sigma Rho . . . was
a member of the Hurstonian Staff.
A quiet lad from Laurelville . . .
"Red" likes to spend his free time
watching movies . . . no definite plans
for the future . . . outstanding charac-
teristic was his red hair.
Middle Churclies is the home of this
shy lad . . . "Tep" was active in the
Science, Sigma Rho, and Sportsman's
Club . . . claims cars and blondes
are his favorite interests . . . is college
"Wendy" claims Trauger as her home
. . . active in the Home Ec. Club . . .
records and listening to the radio are
her favorite pastime . . . usually seen
with John . . . future plans undecided.
Although Martha is quiet, she is
known for her delightful personality
. . . member of J.C.C., S.C.C., and Home
Ee Clubs . . . usually seen with Mary-
ann . . . no definite plans for the
Outstanding artist for the Hurstonian
and Colophon Staffs . . . among his
many interests are aviation and as-
tronomy . . . a member of Chorus B
and Library Club . . . plans to enter
college . . . has great ambitions to
become a commercial artist.
A personality hi-lite . . . pretty home-
coming attendant . . . faithful cheer-
leader for three years . . . active in the
F.T.A., Latin, and Spanish Clubs . . .
proud member of the National Honor
Society . . . collects records for a
hobby and enjoys dancing . . . definite
plans for college.
A quiet resident from that great city
of United . . . her activities include
the Nurses club, F.H.A., and Chorus
. . . claims art and designing as her
hobbies . . . plans to enter college.
BERNADETT E URBAN
Our pretty homecoming queen and
peppy majorette . . . "Bernie" calls
Norvelt home . . . an active member
in the Nurses and Spanish Clubs . . .
N.H.S., Glee Club, and Chorus A...
senior class secretary . . . favorite in-
terest is baton twirling . . . plans to
be a nurse.
Calls United her home . . . was a
member of the Nurses Club, French
club, and Home Ec . . . Bowling and
dancing rate highly as her favorite
pastimes . . . plans to attain a sec-
ROBERT VAN ARSDALE
Bob hails from Armbrust . . . took
part in the Christmas Cantata . . .
Usher's, Science, and Spanish clubs
are on his list of activities . . . favorite
pastimes are girls . . . future is un-
PATRICIA ANN TYLKA
One of our witty and active seniors
. . . wonderful sense of humor . . .
Pat hails from Standard . . . her
activities include Spanish club, Future
Nurses, N.F.L., Colophon Staff, and
Chorus B . . . loves playing the piano
and having fun.
Norvelt claims this cute lassie . . .
Frannie belonged to the S.C.C., N.F.L.,
.l.C.C., Home Ec, Pep, and Glee Clubs
. . . enjoyed working on the Hurston-
ian staff . . . plans to secure a secre-
A cute lassie from Standard . . .
Wonderful personality . . . a member
of the F.H.A., J.C.C., S.C.C., and Chorus
B . . . interests include dancing and
eating . . . may join the business pro-
fession after graduation.
Brains and beauty best describes Di-
ane . . . belonged to the F.T.A., Na-
tional Honor Society, Sigma Rho, and
Pep Club . . . was class treasurer, head
cheerleader, and Snow Queen . . . is
interested in reading . . . would like
to enter Grove City College.
Kecksburg claims this shy miss . . .
enjoys listening to music and watch-
ing television . . . was a member of
Chorus A, Home Ee., Glee Club, and
the Nurses Club . . . future plans are
Don travels to Hurst from his home
near Brinkerton . . . has a real sense
of humor . . . belonged to Gymnastic,
Science and Sportsmen's Clubs . . . in-
cluded in his hobbies are hunting, me-
chanics, and wood working . . . may
join the Air Force.
Daun is a smiling lad from Norvelt
. . . he belonged to the N.F.L., National
Honor Society, Sigma Rho, and band
. . . enjoys music, bowling, and skating
. . . his ambition is to enter college.
MARY LOU WEIR
"Lou" is a friendly and jolly resident
from Mammoth . . . was a member of
the F.H.A., .l.C.C., S.C.C., Pep Club,
Hurstonian and Colophon Staffs . . .
enjoyed having fun . . . her future
plans are not definite.
There was always fun and laughter
with "Betsy" around . . . claims Norvelt
to be her home . . . belonged to S.C.C.,
.l.C.C., Home Ee., Pep Club, Glee Club,
Hurstonian and Colophon Staffs . . .
enjoys dancing, skating, and swimming.
Especially known for her pleasing
personality and pretty smile . . . Bonnie
is a resident of Norvelt . -. . activities
included the Spanish, Pep, and Future
Nurses Clubs . . . enjoyed Chorus A
and Clee Club, dancing and reading
. . . wants to be a nurse.
"Bev" is one of the quiet girls from
Hurst . . . is proud to claim Bunker
Hill as her hometown . . . belonged
to the Home Ec. Club . . . is interested
in reading, swimming, dancing, and
Harry was one of the boys who added
a good amount of humor to Hurst...
belonged to the Spot-tsman's and Gym-
nastics Clubs . . . was president of
Chorus B and vice president of the
F.F.A. 1 . . has no definite plans.
A well-liked boy known for his good
looks was "Stu" . . . a member of the
Sportsman's Club, Pep Club, and Blue
Angels Auto Club . . . resides in Kecks-
hurg . . . is interested in all kinds of
sports and girls.
A nice addition to the class of '61
. . . came to Hurst her senior year. ..
Emma resides in Brinkerton . . . be-
longed to the Future Nurses Club...
is very much interested in archery...
enjoys having fun.
Ray, a quiet lad who always had a
friendly disposition to all . . . was a
faithful member of the F.F.A. of which
he was reporter . . . especially liked
to work on cars . . . enjoyed all kinds
of sports . . . uncertain about the fu-
"Wally" was one of our friendly boys
. . . proudly hails Standard Shaft as
his home . . . belonged to the Usher's
Club, Varsity H, Latin and Gymnastic
Clubs, and Sigma Rho . . . all kinds
of sports interest him . . . college is
on his future agenda.
Best known to her friends as "Kathy"
. . . resides in Mt. .loy . . . her activities
included the Chorus B, N.F.L., Home
Ee., and Glee Club . . . interested in
swimming and drawing . . . her future
plans are not definite.
This friendly miss was always ready
with a warm "hello" for all . . . Carol
came to school from that "famous"
Bunker Hill . . . belonged to the
.l.C.C., S.C.C., Home Ee. Club, and
Colophon Staff . . . was one of Hurst's
pretty and peppy majorettes.
Quiet and nice best describes Larry
. . . resides in Mt. Pleasant . . . be-
longed to the Sportsman's Club, Cym-
nastic, Usl1er's, and Spanish Clubs...
interested in guns, raising animals, and
Good-looking "Rudy" is one of the
nicest boys of the class . . . activities
included F.T.A., Spanish Club, presi-
dent of Sigma Rho, vice president of
the National Honor Society . . . likes
bowling, swimming, and sports . . .
college is certain.
Carol was one of our petite and
friendly seniors . . . belonged to the
F.T.A., Chorus A, and Latin Club...
was a participant in the junior class
play . . . enjoys having fun . . . plans
to attend Westmoreland Hospital School
Better known to his friends as "Duke'
. . . was a friendly resident of Stand-
ard Shaft . . . belonged to the Usher's,
Spanish, and Sportsman's Clubs, Hurst-
onian staff, and Gymnastic Club . . .
enjoys fixing cars, all sports, and girls.
"Butch" is a friendly lad liked by
all . . . proudly hails Brinkerton as
his home . . . belonged to the Spanish
and Science Clubs, and Sigma Rho
. . . is interested in swimming, hunt-
ing, and girls . . . his future agenda in-
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F or the student, time is an almost constant,
unchanging concept. These four years seem as
an eternity to underclassmen, with time
passing as slowly as the sands of an hourglass--
H owefuer, as the end of these four years approach,
they marvel at this seeming timelessness.
President ,..........,............,,,. BARRY QUEER
Vice President ....... .,.....,,...,, ,I ACK BARR
Secretary ..,....,, ......f...., B ONNIE PAVICK
Treasurer ...... ,...... L AWRENCE SCHROLL
Our flame of knowledge has constantly grown with these three fleeting nyears. No
longer does this flame flicker. Soon it will burst into a torch that will serve as a
guide in our future years.
Little do we realize that just three years ago we entered Hurst High School as
"verdant freshmenf' Because everything was so different we couldn't adjust our-
selves to the changed environment, but soon those problems were ironed out.
We entered the next year as proud, reliable, understanding sophomores. It was
our turn to enjoy the peculiar actions of the "freshies."
Now we are upperclassmen. We fit into the picture of clubs and various activities
as though we had been accustomed to them for years. Proud are we to be energetic
juniors, but we eagerly look forward to the days of being "dignified seniors."
To the class of '61, we, the class of '62, extend our sincerest wishes for the future.
You are now embarking on life's long voyage, and in that mission let your education
be the guiding light-a torch held above-marking a discriminating difference be-
tween right and wrong. May the ensuing years prove to be very happy ones, and may
you never forget the school which gave to you its capable and invaluable encourage-
ROW I: B. Crosby, N. Boone, P. Baum, S. Enherg, M. J. Evancho, C. Bowman, M. DeArmitt, S. Adamrovich, G. Firm-
stone. ROW II: D. Barnett, P. Albright, C. Cramer, G. Ferlin, P. Dzubak, A. Fisher,-C. Brinker, J. Farkas, K. Fetter,
P. Balush. ROW III: R. Beveridge, G. Boytim, K. Christner, S. Arnold, J. Irwin, J. Aldon, D. Armel, M. Curci, J.
Baluh. ROW IV: L. Chackan, J. Albright, L. Faust, L. Dominic, E. Hunter, S. Dunn, S. Craig, J. Barr, R. Cibulas, R.
ROW 1: T. Fulmer, J. Kissell, J. Keitz, C. Hoover, M. Kristofik, D. Kapura, J. Huffman, C. Carbon, S. Kalemba, S.
Fisher. ROW II: Logan, Logan, K. Jones, J. Kwak, N. Marker, B. Kowalowski, V. Frye, G. Kutch, R. Laik. ROW
III: D. Harr, J. Liheronie, R. Lohr, B. Kelly, L. Lynn, P. Kostyo, E. Kiral, N. Gorton, E. Jorgeson, T. Hixson. ROW IV:
B. Kalp, J. Lann, K. Matulay, R. Klejka, B. Kolling, J. Kashin, C. Krozel, R. Hamel, C. McClain, R. King.
Presldent ..................... PAUL PERRY
Vice Presldent ..... ORVILLE HITCHCOCK
Secretary ...... ROESMARY SMITH
Treasurer ....... BARRY MARTZ
Un a beautiful late summer day, August 31, 1959, 153 frightened little fresh-
men entered the halls of Hurst High. We were all terrified that we would
not get to the right class on time. After memorizing our schedules, we had other
difficulties to think about-getting along with the teachers and upperclassmen and
coping with the homework.
To many of us, high school was an entirely different world which we enjoyed very
much, with the exception of the homework. There was something new at Hurst
that we didn't have at grade school-"detention hall." Even though it was only three
days a week, some were seen in it quite often. Finally, to our amazement, the
school term was over and it badn't been as difficult as we had thought. ln fact,
we were looking forward to coming back our sophomore year. ,
When we returned the first day of our sophomore year, we felt more at ease and
decided to enjoy the first day by misleading the freshmen. Gur once timid little
classmates had begun to grow up and were now the principal players on the junior
varsity basketball and football squad. All too quickly another year passed-a step
further in attaining our future educational goal.
ROW I: B. Ferlin, R.
Coughenour, H. Balko, B.
Ahlborn, M. Craig, C. Bule-
bush, P. Busko, R. Chaken,
A. Cramer, C. Drexler.
ROW ll: R. Davis, J. Bil-
ley, B. Balko, C. Dayton, L.
Cramer, J. Davis, K. Bishop,
P. Burzawa, P. Cook.
ROW lll: M. Bauer, R.
Crosby, J. Biskup, J. Barn-
hart, J. Erwin, D. Faust, F.
Blaine, R. Davis, J. Edris.
ROW l: V. Firmstone, C
Kito, J. Huchko, J. Koval
A. Klejka, J. Hrabak, E.
Honse, J. Hamel, J. Con-
dosh, L. Jones, P. Kurim-
chak, D. Kantorik.
ROW II: J. Krnosky, R.
Kalp, W. Hubert, B. Free-
man, W. Hoyle, H. Kelly
O. Hitchcock, T. Kemer, JJ
Kurtz, R. Kashin,' J. Kop-
czak, R. Kito, Mr. Cibulas.
ROW III: M. Freeman, C.
Forejt, R. Karinchak, P.
Krynicky, J. Kelly, D. Ko-
watch, J. Lann, K. Keslar,
E. Koslosky, E. Koshar, D.
Geary, A. Goswick.
ROW I: F. Mizikar, J. Leep-
er B da B Martz K
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gers, P. Poche, B. Poole, L.
Puskar, M. Plumer, N.
ROW II: J. Malesky, W.
Lubovinski, R. Long, E.
Kantorik, E. Metz, R. Nice-
ly, W. Newill, G. Ruff, T.
Muchoney, R. Shay, B. Min-
erd, D. Schultheis.
ROW III: P. Nunamaker, K.
Pritts, R. Sebec, P. Perry,
E. Mikolajcik, F. Mizanko,
J. Shebeck, M. Myers, V.
Malnak, R. Shaffer, M.
ROW I: S. Tepper, S. Ste
shoski, D. Stanek, K. Stairs,
R. Smith, C. Sprung, S.
Stefl, J. Solo, E. Sherrow,
ROW II: R. Zeglin, M. Ya-
rabinetz, D. Zeglin, L. Swi-
derski, R. Zsolchak, P. Som-
ers, E. Wojlas, R. Somers,
H. Snively, R. Stumpf, R.
ROW III: J. Wolfe, .I.
Smith, H. Wojtas, T. Stru-
ble, S. Whetzel, E. Zavat-
sky, P. Sibal, R. Wisniew-
ski, A. Zelmore, N. Thomp-
son, A. Urban, B. Shick.
President ........................ ROBERT GULIBON
Vice President ........ ...... A LLYN JOYCE
Secretary ...... .......... B ILL BEAVER
Treasurer ..,.. ...... H UBERT PFEIFER
During the summer of '60 the thoughts of some 208 frightened eighth grade
graduates turned toward the day when they would enter the hallowed halls of "Hurst
High" as Freshmen. Initiation day was as difficult as we had expected for lip-
stick was made known to many.
The first football game, the first assembly, changing of classes, searching for
the unknown elevator, and detention hall made this year quite exciting for all. Yes,
this freshman year has been quite a memorable one, for we have made many new
friends not only with the students but also with the teachers.
Because this freshman year has been a year filled with happiness and success,
we hope to return and make the next year even greater. Now the thoughts in our
minds have turned toward the day when we will be considered as the "dignified',
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ROW I: L. Snyder, V. Prosnick, J. Olenchock, P. Rushnock, R. Hall, R. Robinson, T. Ozug, P. Porch 'and C.
Perry. ROW II: D. Overly, K. Obott, G. Reagon, R. Rath, R. O'Neil, E. Oberly, S. Ohrockto, and R. Overly.
ROW III: J. Puskar, E. Overly, D. Puskar, B. Queer, H. Pfeifer, S. Pinkney, S. Rath, J. Ritenour, and R.
Richard. ROW IV: H. Rolla, E. Smoker, J. Ostrosky, J. O'Neil, B. Peters, and A. Pospistel.
ROW I: C. Vimislichy, C. Vagasky, B. Uschock, N. Zufall, L. Sroka, E. Zemba, D. Specht, and I. Yanuck.
ROW II: R. Zelanelc, D. Stein, T. Trice, K. Trout, V. Stairs, S. Urban, and H. Stivers. ROW III: J. Trice,
J. Spirko, R. Stahl, P. Wilson, T. Sosko, M. R. Snyder, and K. Wilkens. ROW IV: B. Wilson, Mr. Stas, R.
Specht, D. Stefl, J. Terhorst, C. Wilson, and D. White.
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various clubs and organizations have been es-
tablished throughout the years.
The high membership in these organizations this
year reveals as does the traditional clock, the
:insurmountable part they have taken in helping
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STANDING, left to right: Mr. Silvis, D. Weiers, B. Krnosky, P. Tylka, C. Kaputa, C. Davis
National Forensic League
This organization is established for the purpose of developing good public speak-
ers. All activities take place at tournaments held almost every Saturday. After
receiving a total of 25 points, a membership is granted to the students. This enables
them to compete with boys and girls from other schools and gain experience in all
phases of speaking-externporaneous, declamations, debating, and student congress.
Degrees of honor, excellence, and distinction are awarded to members as they
accumulate points. Senior members receive official N.F.L. pins with jewels repre-
senting their respective degree.
ROW I: J. Davis, B. Ahlbcrn, P. Porch. ROW Il:' J. Huffman, .l. Muchoney, R. Pinkney, C.
Drexlcr. ROW Ill: B. Anderson, R. Rodgers, L. Fess, F. Mizenko, T. Raishart, B. Schacte.
ROW IV: Friedline, L. Ludwig, D. Mizikar, M. Rudzinski, S. Coma, C. Rath. ROW V: A.
Regalla, FZ Viazanko, M. Smith, D. While.
Future Teachers of America
From left to right: E. Dell, P. Melago, M. Hrovoski, M. Evancho, M. Seni, P. Staschak, D.
Weiers, R. McLean, K. Seni, J. Evans, N. Tomechko, N. Marker, L. Sikora, V. Frye, J. Hartman,
G. Shaw, J. Vance, C. Zavatsky, S. Struble, B. Newill, L. Kritz, R. Yanuck.
Striving to encourage students into the teaching profession is the purpose of the
F .T.A. In this organization a student begins to develop a professional attitude about
the teaching career. By having an opportunity to work with children, the members
begin to realize the potential satisfaction of teaching. To cultivate the qualities
of scholarship, leadership, and character are the aims of the club.
There are 25 members in the Hurst Chapter of the F.T.A. All members are required
to meet the national, state, and local association requirements before becoming
members. Only members of the Junior and Senior classes are eligible to join.
At the beginning of the second semester the members undertook the project of
student teaching in their chosen field. By this enlightening experience it is hoped
that many of these fine scholars will be encouraged to become teachers.
Faculty Adviser ........ Mrs. Gayle Harrer
President .......................... Jim Hartman
Vice President ........ Mary Jane Evancho
Secretary ...... ..... N ancy Tomechko
Treasurer ....... ........ C arol Zavatsky
Historian ............. ....... J oanne Evans
Parliamentarian, ................ Marlene Seni
Librarian ............... - ......... Barry Newill
Song Leader ..... ..-----s Patty Staschak
Future Nurses of America
ROW I: B. Boytim, R. Bilik, L. Rodgers, P. Tylka, D. Kapura, M. Kristofeck, B. Nemeth, A.
Pylo, S. Fisher. ROW II: S. Craig, J. Foriska, G. Goodwin, S. Coughenour, L. Carey, J.
Pawlyshin, V. Spisak, B. Geary, Mrs. Kromer. ROW III: J. Aldom, L. Lynn, H. Rolla, B. Urban,
P. Nock, P. Rogacki, A. Tlumac, B. Pavick, M. Rudzinski.
The purpose of this club is to encourage and aid students interested in entering
some branch of the nursing profession. Membership is open to junior and senior
students whose curriculum and interests indicate the pursuance of this profession.
Meetings were held the first and third Wednesday evenings of the month. As a
special project, the Nurses Club made a presentation of a 3100.00 scholarship to
a senior club member who has been accepted by a school of advanced training in
the nurses' profession. The fund raising projects included dances, bake sales, and
Faculty Adviser ..,..... Mrs. Fern Kromer
President ............. .....,.. J udith Foriska
Vice President ............ Barbara Nemeth
Secretary ...,......,.. ..... P atricia Tylka
Treasurer .............,....,....... Betty Boytim
Publicity Chairman .... Rosemary Bilik
Yearbook Chairman ..,. Rosemary Bilik
Records Chairman ......,, Linda Rodgers
Faculty Adviser ,....... Mrs. Rita Casteel
President ......,..,........ Nancy Tomechko
Vice President ........ Larry Myslewski
Secretary .......,.. ....,.. B onnie Ahlborn
Treasurer ...... -- .... Robert Cibulas
Under the capable leadership of Mrs. Casteel, the club sponsor, this organiza-
tion is one of the largest in the high school. It has done much to acquaint its mem-
bers with various aspects of the Latin language and Roman civilization. -
In addition to the duties encountered by the members, are the many activities
which the club sponsors. This year the club enjoyed a trip to Buhl Planetarium
and also a Roman style banquet. Both will long be remembered by the members.
ROW I: R. Buckingham, T. Struble, A. Klejka, J. Kutch, R. Karinchak, T. Toczek, S. Shields, L. Smith, R. Lazor, R.
Laick, J. Kowalczyk. ROW II: V. Spisak, B. Nemeth, J. Vance, S. Fisher, P. Rushnock, D. Stein, D. Kapura, M. Kristo
feck, K. Rafferty, E. Tepper, A. Chalfant, P. Poche, P. Busko. ROW III: R. Zsolcsak, B. Anderson, .L Biskup, D
Faust, L. Myslewski, J. Terhorst, D. Harr, B. Hubert P. Perry, B. Shaffer, D. Zeglin, B. Kalp. ROW IV: R. McLean
P. Czekaj, J. Davis, V. Andrews, S. Stehoski, B. Ahlborn, J. Krynicky, J. McLaughlin, N. Marker, S. Machusko, My
I. Evancho, G. Ondrako, C. Carbon. ROW V: N. Tomeehko, M. L. Hrovoski, J. Shebeck, R. Powroznik, A. Tlumac
L. Lynn, C. Keslar, B. Pavick, P. Nook, E. Zavatsky, K, Angus, E. Mikolajcik, B. Shick, J. Aldom. ROW VI: E
Witek, A. Kromer, A. Regalla, J. Malesky, L. Reese, M. Seni, J. Evans, L. Sikora, S. Craig, R. Shields, B. Cibulas, L.
Faust, T. Olmer.
F acully Adviser ........ Mr. Joseph Brody
President ..,................. Nancy Tomechko
Vice President ........ Orville Hitchcock
Secretary .,....,..... ........ K athy Matulay
Treasurer ..... K..... B arbara Kelly
Reporter ....... ..... K athy Stairs
This club is one of the most interesting and educational clubs at Hurst. Its pur-
pose is to further acquaint the members with many aspects of Spanish culture.
Members of the club are required to attend all meetings, pay dues, and accept
various responsibilities. Several projects are undertaken hy the club yearly for its
financial support. Near the end of the school year, members have their annual
picnic at Mt. Odin.
ROW 1: S. Whetzel, K. Pritts, R. Robinson, M. Kopczak, E. Koslosky, F. Mizenko, F. Mizikar, J. Solo, K. Stairs. ROW
II: G. Roadman, K. Roadman, S. Dunn, B. Hoyle, K. Matulay, A. Urban, M. Knaus, B. Kelly, N. Tomechko, M. L.
Oherley. ROW III: O. Hitchcock, A. Zelmore, A. Goswick, B. Beveridge, E. Rath, .I. Kelley, J. Huchko, B. Martz,
F. Prosnik, J. Logan, W. Stefl. ROW IV: R. Hamel, B. Milligan, R. Klejka, E. Jorgeson, J. Kopczak, G. Puskar, S.
Puskar, I... Schroll, E. Kiral, C. McClain, P. Kostyo.
ROW I: L. Hoke, P. Perry, B. Kalp, G. Kaputa, R. VanArsdale, R. Ackerman, R. Zsolcsak, B.
Hubert, P. Albright. ROW II: B. Somers, G. Raishart, E. Friedline, D. Mizikar, A. Regalla,
E. Witek, S. Muchoney, S. Gonta, A. Kromer, R. Colkosky. ROW III: M. Ewantis, D. Golkosky,
N. Sefchik, P. Bash, J. Polcha, G. Puskar, R. Adamrovich, F. Puskar, B. Lakin.
The Ushers Club remains one of the most active clubs in the school, ushering
for class plays, concerts, and other productions. To climax this year's activities,
the club sponsored a picnic at the end of the school year which was a great success.
At the end of their senior year, the boys receive tie clips and cufflinks for their
service in the organization.
Faculty Sponsor ........ Mr. Thomas Kelly
President .................... Richard Golkosky
Vice President .......... Robert Golkosky
Secretary ............. ............ I ack Polcha
Treasurer ...... ..... P aul Bash
ROW I: D. Weiers, S. Struble, A. Dell, D. Weiers, J. Foriska, K. Seni, M. Seni, L. Rodgers, P.
Staschak, B. Boytim, R. M. Bilik, A. Shaffer, G. Zimmerman. ROW II: J. Solo, R. Lawrence,
J. Hartman, M. Ewantis, J. Sistek, J. Polcha, R. Yanuck, B. Harr, P. Carney, B. Anderson, C.
Honse, Mrs. Frances Vance. ROW III: S. Howell, A. Kromer, R. Hollis, L. Kritz, P. Corey,
E. Friedline, D. Mizikar, F. Tepper, E. Witek, E. Hunscik, B. Newill, S. Conta, A. Regalla,
R. Golkosky, M. Smith.
Sigma Rho, which is the Greek word for slide rule, is the mathematics club of
Hurst composed entirely of seniors who are taking their fourth year of math. These
four years include: freshman year, Algebra Ig sophomore year, Plane Geometryg
junior year, Algebra II and Solid Geometryg and senior year, Trigonometry and Col-
This club was organized fourteen years ago with the purpose of promoting a lasting
interest in the use of mathematics in daily life, with special emphasis placed on the
use of the slide rule.
Faculty Adviser .... Mrs. Frances Vance
President ...... - ....... -- ..... Rudy Yanuck
Vice President ..--a- ........ Diane Weiers
Secretary ......... ..... R osemary Bilik
Treasurer ..... ...... J udy Foriska
Future Farmers of America
Faculty Adviser ........ Mr. Joseph Simon
President' ............ ..... E ugene Sosko
Vice President .........,...... Harry Wilson
Secretary ..,................. Richard Yuhouse
Treasurer ...... .......... I ay Kromer
Chaplain ....... -.. ..... Jack Trice
Reporter .... .... R ay Wingrove
The Future Farmers of America, a national organization, strives to achieve better
farmers for future years.
The name implies exactly what these boys are--Future Farmers. They do all
phases of farm work in their course of study.
Each year this club sponsors a harvest dance, and attends county and state ac-
Trying to live up to their motto: "Learning to dog doing to learn, learning to
liveg living to learn," is their main ambition.
ROW 1: D. Specht, G. Hood, R. Overly, B. Frund, L. Frund, J. Trice, R. Hutter, J. Trice, T.
Sosko, T. Mizikar, E. Metz. ROW II: R. Stumpf, K. Long, R. Howard, P. Kundrick, J. Kromer,
J. Hill, H. Wilson, D. Maciejewski, M. Milligan, E. Kantorik. ROW III: L. Halterman, W. Fligger,
L. Musgrove, J. Wigle, R. Wingrove, S. Wilkins, D. Piasecky, E. Sosko, R. Yuhas, P. Somers, D.
Future Homemakers of America
Faculty Advisers: ........ Mrs. Sara Freed
Mrs. Dorothy Hacker
President ....... ...,........,.,. I oyce Lann
Secretary ....... ....... J oanne Czekaj
Treasurer ....,. .... S andra Enberg
The Future Homemakers of America is an organization which strives to produce
better American homemakers by helping young girls, usually juniors and seniors,
to obtain valuable experience-cooking, sewing, and general economic problems.
This is all essential in building more prosperous homes and experienced homemakers.
Their motto, "Toward New Horizons," stresses the ideas of newer and better
methods for obtaining more useful housekeeping knowledge, which will be of much
importance, not only now, but moreso in the future.
ROW I: G. Firmstone, S. Kalemba, P. Baum, B. Kowalewski, S. Enherg, J. Czekaj, C. Baum.
ROW II: J. Aldom, J. Davis, L. Outten, D. Heide, B. Davis, V. Trice. ROW III: M. Smihula, A.
Fisher, C. Shea, B. Immel, M. Smith, J. Keitz, J. Lann.
Senior Chamber of Commerce
ROW I: J. Yesho, S. Adamrovich, L. Mizikar, C. Carbon, B. Hubert, E. Harouse, K. Prah, C. Bawman, P. Rice, J
Zeglin, J. Huffman, M. DeArmit, R. Newill, K. Davis, B. Crosby. ROW II: M. J. Flannigan, V. Jurkowski, P. Maffit, M
A. Klementic, S. Bellush, M. Dreistadt, K. Urban, C. Rath, C. Reese, B. Ondus, V. Shafer, B. Schacte, P. Dzubak
V. Trice. ROW III: R. Pinkney, J. Muchoney, B. Baird, K. Christner, N. Michalcyzk, E. Bishop, L. Ludwig, D. Heller'
M. J. Koval, E. Albright, C. Davis, M. Knaus, K. Smith, M. L. Oberley, C. Cramer. ROW IV: B. Whisdosh, M. L. Weir
K. Jones, E. Myers, M. Shay, M. Shuba, A. Solo, M. Stefl, J. Keitz, V. Pianko, J. Walek, B. Krnosky, A. Krepps, M
A. Nemeth. ROW V: D. Crum, C. Wojciak, S. Lessman, P. Malega, C. Ritenour, J. Curtis, K. Freeman, P. Pavuk,
L. Fess, M. A. Semensky, M. Toczek, B. Kelly, N. Gorton, K. Null, J. Kissell.
The Senior Chamber of Commerce, composed of seventy-eight junior and senior
commercial students, is one of the school's most active organizations.
One of the principal objectives of the club is to raise sufficient funds for the
further extension of business facilities for the Business Education department.
In order to pay for the equipment, social activities such as an annual dance and
skating party are held. These have always been successful socially and financially.
At the end of the school term a banquet is held in honor of the senior members.
Faculty Adviser .......... Mr. John Freed
President ............ ..... K aren Freeman
Vice President ............ Karen Christner
Secretary .......... ....... C arolyn Wojciak
Treasurer ...... ..........., V era Shafer
Junior Chamber of ommerce
ROW I: J. Bishop, P. Krynicky, J. Billey, H. Wojtas, D. Kowatch, B. Ferlin, N. Leighty, P. Kurimchak, R. Coughenour,
J. Wolfe. ROW II: S. Steil, R. Rodgers, R. Chackan, B. Poole, J. Solo, J. Leeper, J. Hrabak, K. Bulebosh, Y. Sprung.
ROW III: J. Koval, F. Mizikar, C. Forejt, R. Smith, K. Prius, L. Swiderski, C. Plumber, P. Craig, E. Sherrow, C. Drex-
ler. ROW IV: D. Geary, M. Myers, M. Freeman, C. Dayton, C. Keio, J. Lann, R. Sehek, D. Kantorik, M. Yarabinetz.
This year the I.C.C. is composed of 38 sophomore girls who are enrolled in the
commercial course. While the chief purpose of the club is to enlighten 'and prepare
members for the business world, it also sponsors various social activities such as
dances, skating parties, and picnics. Every year each member is given a pin to
signify membership in the club.
Faculty Adviser ........ Miss Janet Stohl
President ..... - ..... Mary ,lane Yarabinetz
Vice President ............... ..-- Jane Lann
Secretary ........... ...... K athy Bulebosh
Treasurer .... ..... R osemary Rodgers
Faculty Advisers g.,...........,. Mr. Charles
Mr. Joseph Stas
President .......,...... ,... D on Queer
Vice President ,,.,.... ....... J im Nook
Secretary .........,. ...... J im Sistek
Treasurer ................................ Bill Harr
This club is composed of alllathletes who have participated in the required inter-
scholastic periods of play to earn a letter in his respective sport. It was established
for the purpose of promoting good sportsmanship and uniting all athletes in a com-
mon bond. We, as a club, purchased four sets of weights to be used by the
club members for the purpose of building bodies.
ROW I: P. Queer, D. Colkosky, .l. Solo. P. Bash, .l. Miele, J. Sistek, P. Corey. ROW II: E. Witek,
B. Harr, J. Nock, B. Newill, V. Stairs, J. Polcha, P. Jurkovic.
Faculty Adviser ..A. Miss Theresa Galone
President ........,...............,... Ron Tepley
Vice President .....,..,,,i....,... Ed Herald
Secretary ................ Mary Ann Lessick
Treasurer ...... ........... F aith Flowers
A newly formed organization of Hurst High is the Library Club. The member-
ship is smaller than in most other clubs, but the Library Club's purpose is not so
small. This purpose is to stir reading interest within the students and to further
education through reading.
The members of the Library Club will receive instruction concerning the operation
of the library with the aim to draw student librarians from the membership of the
There is a plan in the making whereby there will be a County Library Club. If
such an organization is formed, the Hurst High Library Club has received per-
mission to become a member.
SEATED: S. Cort, E. Herald, R. Tepley, M. A. Lessick. STANDING: S. Howell, L. Stefl,
F. Flowers, V. Pianko.
Junior Classical League
ROW I: A. Chalfant, J. Krynicky, J. McLaughlin, P. Poche, P. Busko, V. Spisak, B. Nemeth, D. Kapura, M. Kristofeck, K
Rafferty, J. Baughman. ROW Il: B. Buckingham, R. Lazor, T. Kutch, D. Stein, P. Rushnock, F. Flowers, S. Machusko, P.
Hoover, K. O'Bot, J. Davis, B. Emanuel, V. Andrews. ROW III: C. Keslar, L. Sikora, S. Craig, P. Nock, B. Pavick
K. Angus, L. Myslewski, H. Pfeifer, J. Kowalczyk, R. Powroznik, P. Czekaj, S. Tepper, B. Ahlborn. ROW IV: J
Malesky, B. Gulibon, T. Olmer, B. Kalp, J. Shebeck, B. Shick, D. Faust, R. Shirley, A. Egleston, D. Zeglin, J. Kutch
D. Harr, J. Terhorst.
Founded in the fall of 1936, the Junior Classical League is a national organization
composed of local classical clubs in junior and senior high schools.
The fundamental purpose of the Junior Classical League is to encourage an interest
in and appreciation of the civilization, language, literature and art of ancient Greece
and Rome, and to give an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of
Chapters function as classical clubs on the secondary school level. Only those
who are currently taking Latin or who have completed all the courses offered by
the school are eligible for membership. Regularly scheduled meetings, social af-
fairs, projects, excursions, etc., form a part of the club's activities. This club
differs from the usual school club in the sense that it is part of a national organization.
Faculty Adviser ........ Mrs. Rita Casteel
President .......................... David Harr
Vice President ............ Bonnie Ahlborn
Secretary ............ Allan Joyce Chalfant
Treasurer ..... ............ S andy Machusko
Home Economics Club
ROW I: J. Cunningham, M. E. Hutira, P. Johnson, G. Hrabak, D. Overly, A. Cramer, L. Jones, E. Zemba. ROW II
D. Wilkins, M. Snyder, S. Pbrochto, M. Kostelnak, H. Colflesh, E. Oberley, B. Kowinski, S. Klementic, .I Small
ROW III: .I.'Spirko, R. Albright, S. Pinkney, J. Cramer, M. Novak, B. Curtis, P. Sikora, A. Hoyman, C. Hart, C Hause
ROW IV: J. Anthony, J. Ritenour, .l. Bash, I. Eachus, N. Zufall, Y. Mott, S. Fleming, P. Kadylak, M. Drexstadt B
The Home Economics Club consists of freshman and sophomore girls that have
chosen it as an elective subject. The members of the Home Ee. Club are potential
members of the Future Homemakers of America. One means of raising money
for this club this year was holding a bake sale. The purpose of the freshman and
sophomore Home Ec. Club is to further one's interests in becoming a member of the
Future Homemakers of America.
Faculty Advisers ........ Mrs. Sara Freed
Miss Dorothy Hacker
President ....... ..................... I anet Cramer
Vice President ........ Sandra Flemming
Secretary ......... ....... B arbara Curtis
Treasurer ..... ...... K aren Newill
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country advance at a steady pace, the tempo of
activities in the past school year has paced at
an exuberant and steady speed for the students.
Compared to the complex activities of the world,
ours may seem trivial, but to the student body,
they are just as important.
Mr. Thomas Kelly
Business M anager:
The Colophon Staff
The "Colophon" staff has endeavored to publish a book which will preserve the
happy acquaintances you have had at Hurst. To reveal the accomplishments of every
student has been the primary aim.
In spite pf the many long hours after school spent in getting ads, taking pictures,
making write-ups, and organizing material, it has, nevertheless, been a most en-
joyable task. If the goal has been achieved, the staff is content.
And so, to the class of '61-your Colophon.
ROW I: R. M. Bilik, M. A. Rudzinski, D. Weiers, J. Foriska, D. Queer. ROW II: P. Tylka,
B. Whisdosh, M. Seni, R. McLean, B. Urban, M. L. Weir, S. Lessman. STANDlNG:' B. Kalp,
G. Shaw, T. Kelly, H. Wilson, B. Anderson, D. Heller, P. Pavuk, C. Wojciak.
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ROW I: M. Milligan, B. Lakin, E. Rosky, J. Hartman, R5Golkosky, E. Friedline, D. Mizikar,
A. Regalla, G. Zimmerman, M. Ewantis, P. Corey. ROW II: B. Baird, J. Evans, G. Shaw, L.
Stefl, R. Bilik, P. Tylka, L. Rodgers, N. Tomechko, P. Melega, B. Hubert, M. Rudzinski, E.
Witek. ROW III: Miss Jane Fisher, H. Rolla, P. Staschak, J. Foriska, L. Fess, J. Curtis, D.
Weiers, B. Anderson, L. Kritz, D. Queer, R. Adamrovich, E. Hunscik, T. Zeglin.
"George Washington Never Slept Here"
March 16, 1961
In this three-act mystery-comedy, the main topic of discussion is centered around
the subject of ghosts.
When Mr. Lyndon Mathews, who is an employe of the Department of the Interior,
calls for only one ghost, he finds more than he needs and on the very day that his
boss, Mr. White, is to arrive for a visit, the ghost suddenly appears. Many problems
arise because Mr. Mathews is the only one who can see the ghost.
Confusion takes place when the children, who are trying to come to the rescue
of their father, decide to masquerade as ghosts.
After many hectic moments and loads of laughs, the play ended a great success.
Rodney Mathews ........ ....... - Edmund ROSky
Becky Mathews ....... --.- ...... Patty Tylka
Jennie Mathews ..,.... .......... R osemary Bilik
Bugs Rafferty ..... ........ P afty Malego
,lack Fisher .......
Nancy Talbot -- .... ......
-,--- Linda Rodgers
Miss Lzltbet .......... .......
Miss Snyder ....
Miss Ewell ....... ........
The Ghost ........ ......
Joe ...............................,... ,.....
-------- Mildred Stefl
Directed by Miss ,lane Fisher
Junior Class Play
ROW I: B. Cibulas, L. Schroll, R. Burtyk, J. Barr, F. Prosnik, E. Kiral, C. Puskar, J. Hill.
ROW -Il: J. A. Huffman, B. Kelly, P. Rice, M. J. Evancho, S. Fisher, K. Urban. ROW III:
J. Muchoney, S. Craig, L. Sikora, R. A. Pinkney, B. Pavick, S. Kalemba, C. Carbon, P. Nock,
L. Lynn. ROW IV: E. Jorgeson, D. Harr, B. Queer, L. Reese, N. Michalczyk, J. Wiltrout.
"Headin' For The Hillsv
Friday, December 2, 1960
Imagine teen-age actors on the stage barefooted and dressed in rags. This was
what happened in our Junior Class Play.
The story was about two wealthy orphans whose only living relatives were a hill-
billy family that operated a general store in Lone Mule, Tennessee. Their father's
will directs the girls to spend their summers in Lone Mule or else forfeit their share
of the fortune. Both girls hate the arrangement, because they are a bit spoiled and
accustomed to luxuries.
Their uncle in Lone Mule, Cyrus Goolus, who also received part of the will, tries to
chase the girls away and inherit all the fortune himself. The girls become aware
of this and decide to play the same game.
In an avalanche of fun and laughter, Uncle Cyrus shows the girls the worst of
lake Slasser .....
Skeets Goolus ..... .....,...... J OHIIUC MUCHOHGY
Happy Goolus .... ....,.... M ary Jane EVHUCIIO
Widow Squiggins -, .............. Bonnie Pavick
Betty Goolus ....... ...... J UDB Ann Huffman
Hank Gaolus ...... ..,........ F rancis Prosnik
Miss Winslow ....
Cornelia H eister - K,..
Dorthea Heister ..,.. .,...,....... B arbara Kelly
Miss Oggie ..,.....,. Ruth Ann Pinkney
Aunt Sulcey .,.......... ......... L oretta. Sikora
Harseface Dilly .,....
Zeke .... - ................
---- ,....... Eric Jorgeson
Emmy Jean .........................,.,... - ,...v.... Sue Craig
Directed by Miss lanel Stohl
MARY JANE EVANCHO
DIANE WEIERS I
Under the supervision of Mr. James Avampato, the Hurst High "Hurricane"
Band, was made up of sixty-four instrumentalists and nine maj orettes. In addition to
performing for eight football games and participating in the pep assemblies, this
fine marching unit was host to the Second Marching Festival of Bands and Bugle
Corps at our stadium.
The band gained further honor for our school when it presented the first live
marching show presentation on Channel 4 Television in September.
Members of this fine organization were also chosen to make up the Concert Band
of Hurst, which also had a very busy schedule. It performed for two class plays, had
exchange assembly concerts with Park Terrace and Ligonier, and gave their annual
spring concert on April 28th.
Faculty Adviser ..., Mr. James Avampato
President .................... Ronald Mondock
Vice President ................ Carol Hoyman
Treasurer .,..... .,..,,.,,. J oy Hamm
Co-Secretaries - ,.....,..,.. Brenda Baird
Ruth Ann Newill
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XOPNXE BERNADETTE URBAN ROLYN
BAN RITA McC.LEAN
ANDREA UY1 DOLORES KOWATCH
14 PEGGY NOCK
Bcmmv, mwxc JOANNE MUCHONEY
Dancing at the left are Phil Corey and
Diane Weiers as they reigned as King and
Queen of Hurst at the fourth annual Snow
Ball on December 20, which was sponsored
by the Band.
Ten other couples, who were chosen by
their respective classmates, composed the
Ron Mondock, captain of the Band,
crowned the couple after which everyone
This will be a memorable event for Diane
The annual Homecoming, a gala event
for all Hurst Alumni, was again touched
off by the colorful Assembly before the
Dunbar game. At halftime, the large
crowd witnessed the coronation of Miss
Bernadette Urban as the Queen.
Another feature of the event, was a
gruelling gridiron battle waged with Dun-
bar, with the Scarlet Hurricanes emerging
as the victors. After the game, a dance
was held at the Norvelt auditorium, which
brought Homecoming weekend to a suc-
BERNADETTE URBAN, Homecoming Queen
Ruth Ann Newill
Split-second timing has been a characteristic
portrayed by our athletes throughout the year.
For each contest, these students have been
trained in executing each action thoroughly and
To the student, these competitive experiences
cannot be measured.
1960 Scarlet Hurricane
Each year, in the last two weeks of August, the football team begins to prepare for
the coming grid season. Calisthenics, football drills, sunlight, and good food fill
the daily schedule for the participants.
For each minute of action on the field, the squad must spend countless 'hours of drill
toward perfection. This year with nine returning lettermen from a squad which lost
only one game, the coaches worked feverishly to put a well-trained, precision drilled
squad on the field. Finally, the big day comes, the first game.
7 Rochester 0
21 South Union 32
19 Scottdale 7
0 Greensburg 26
20 Dunbar 1 3
20 Kittanning 18
26 Derry Area 32
7 Braddock 39
HURST vs. ROCHESTER
We opened our season at home on a beautiful late summer afternoon. The air was
filled with tensiong the players' hearts were filled with anxiousness. It was a see-saw
affair until the third quarter, when a poor punt on the part of Rochester enabled the
Hurricane to get the ball deep in enemy territory. A few plays later we scored and the
game ended 7-0 in our favor.
HURST vs. SOUTH UNION
The next week our game was at South Union. This was a hard fought battle all
the way. Hurst kept trying with undying determination, but the opposition was too
great. The game ended 32-21 in their favor.
HURST vs. SCOTTDALE
On the following Friday night, the Hurricane trekked to Scottdale for their annual
engagement. In the opinion of many, this was the best game our team played all
year. Hurst's stellar defense proved to be the deciding factor. The final score, Hurst
19, Scottdale 7.
HURST vs. GREENSBURG
One week later, found our team, once again, at Offut Field. All were on edge for
this game and a capacity crowd filled the stadium. Everyone wondered if Hurst could
repeat with another stellar performance. Both teams were up and ready for this
game, but it didn't take long to see that the Golden Lions had more power and grid-
iron savvy. The game ended 26-0 in favor of Greensburg.
HURST vs. DUNBAR
Next came the Dunbar "Mules.', This was Homecoming for the Hurst aulmni
and students. The team made it a triumphant weekend by upending the "Mules" 20
HURST vs. KITTANNING
After another hard week of practice, the squad boarded the bus for a long trip to
play a new opponent. Good scouting plus the fact that the boys didnlt go to Kittaning
just for the ride, ended up in another victory for our Alma Mater. Final score: Hurst
20, Kittanning 18.
HURST vs. DERRY
Then came our yearly tussle with the tough Derry Area "Trojans.', After the first
contact was made, the fans knew that they would see another gruelling contest be-
tween these long-tirne rivals. Both teams lacked an adequate defense and the fans
witnessed many long runs throughout the evening. When the final gun sounded Hurst
was on the short end of a 32-26 score.
HURST vs. BRADDOCK
Our final game was on our own field with one of the toughest teams in the
W.P.I.A.L. For us, this was one of those games in which character is built. We
fought back, but Braddock's size and know-how was just too much. Final score was
Braddock 39, Hurst 7.
Jim was one of the hardest players on the team. With
his previous year's experience, Jim was a stellar per-
former. Because of his stature, opponents found it diffi-
cult to outflank this determined gridder.
Weighing over 200 pounds, Bill used it to break up
many of the enemy's plays aimed at his side of the line.
This was his third year as a letterman for the Hurricanes.
Hard-running fullhacks have been a tradition at Hurst.
This boy was no exception. On defense, he possessed
the ability to diagnose enemy plays before they got
started. I im proved to he a very dependable player.
Although this was his first year of playing, Joe turned
out to be our regular middle-guard. His strength en-
abled him to be our defensive stalwart.
His ability to pull out and lead interference was his
chief asset. As the season progressed, Ron kept getting
better. He should develop into a standout lineman.
Where the action was, Frank was. He was a vicious
blocker that could really dish it out. Frank is anxiously
looking forward to next season.
Alternating at the tackle position, this boy made a
lasting impression on all opponents. His philosophy was
that actions speak louder than words.
Big, fast, and agile best describes this boy. His ability
to get down field under punts and kickoffs was a feature
of every game. He entered each contest with his heart set
This boy was probably one of the best quarterbacks our
school ever had. Cool, cunning, and calculating, he guided
the team to its fullest capacity.
The type of boy that a coach likes to work with, be-
cause of his fine attitude. He was a regular defensive
halfhack. Our victory over Rochester can be attributed
to this hoy's quick thinking.
Don was one of the most valuable players on the
team. He was a tough ball-carrier, strong linebacker, and
a good punterg the type of boy that could play on any
This boy was particularly noted for his offensive
ability. His blocking was a highlight of our line-play
throughout the campaign.
A fine broken field runner with plenty of speed best
describes Jack. His determination made up, for his lack
of weight. His break away speed was a threat to all op-
This 175 pounder from Norvelt held down the Left
End position. Due to his pass-catching ability, he was
responsible for much of Hurst's offensive strength. A
great competitor that liked the game best when it was
With the excitement of another grid campaign gone, the boys were able to relax
for the first time in over three months. The 1960 team exhibited a strong desire to
win, an ability to play in the spirit of sportsmanship, and the characteristic of losing
gracefully, when they had to lose.
Long after the records are forgotten, members of the team will be remembered by
the community for the recognition and renown they brought to Hurst. Beneath the
record lies the experience and never-say-die spirit gained by those that performed on
the gridiron. They will be remembered not for how many games won or lost, but for
how each played thegame.
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Under the leadership of Coach Tom Beck, the 1960-61 edition of the Hurst High
cagers improved tremendously over last year's record. Despite the many heartbreaks
on the court, spectator interest and enthusiasm continued to grow. The team this year
was in Section II, which is one of the strongest sections in the W.P.I.A.L.
The season's record reveals that out of 22 games played, our team had won 7.
However, the scores show the joy, excitement, and anxiety of the fast-moving game
Although the team did not win any trophies or awards, the boys brought fame to
the school because they played hard and possessed the true spirit of the game. The
highlight for the team was when they defeated the Golden Lions of Greensburg in
the season's finale, 54-50.
54 Connellsville I. C. 50
48 West Newton 39
48 Perry-Tyrone 40
44- East Huntington 47
42 East Huntington 41
43 Scottdale 36
57 Connellsville I. C. 52
37 'Hempfield 85
50 'Jeannette 56
53 'Connellsville 70
35 'Norwin 81
49 'Latrobe 79
41 'Greensburg 66
61 'Derry 88
37 'Hempfield 69
45 'Connellsville 77
4-0 'Norwin 78
57 'Latrobe 75
59 'Jeannette 62
54 'Greensburg 50
60 'Derry 99
" Denotes League Games
BARRY NEWILL Senior 6'1,' Center
Tallest man . . . good rehounder.
PAUL BASH Senior 6'0" Forward
Good outside shot.
JACK POLCHA Senior 5'9" Guard
Could really handle a ball.
DICK GOLKOSKY Senior 5'9" Guard
A real fine playmaker.
STEVE MUCHONEY Junior 5'10W" Forward
Terrific inside shot.
NILES SEFCHICK Jun-ior 5'9" Guard
Had good speed and agility.
LOUIS DOMINICK Junior 5'10', Forward
Good shot and rebounder.
JOHN KASHIN Junior 5'10" Forward
Could set up plays well.
During the 1961 season, the Hurst nine, which seemed to have all the breaks going
against them, still continued to play good baseball in spite of the odds. Due to the
heavy rains and even snow, five games were cancelled. Also, because the home diamond
was not in shape to be played on, the team had to play their home games at Standard.
With only 3 days of practice, one of which was on a baseball diamond, the Hurst
nine took the field against Hempfield on April 20th, and the season started. The
next two games were then cancelled because of the heavy rainfall.
Despite these overwhelming odds against them, this year's team continued to
play good baseball as all Hurst teams have in the past history of the school.
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J ack Polcha
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7 Penn Claridge' 3
11 Greensburg' 8
8 Sewickley' 8
3 Norwin' 15
3 Penn Claridge' 2
15 Greensburg' 3
1 Hempfield' 6
1 Sewickley' 0
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