Mount Carmel Area High School - Carmelite Yearbook (Mount Carmel, PA)
- Class of 1960
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We have decided to give our YEARBOOK an
entirely new look. Through this renovation we are
able to give you a greater number of enlightening
articles and informal pictures.
The following pages contain a record of the
past three years, we have spent in our high school.
Our annual has many recollections of the activities
and sports in which we have participated.
Here the memories and records of our high
school lite unfold before you. The CARMELITE
will hold for us. in future years, the friends we made
and the many things our class has accomplished.
We sincerely hope that whenever you glance
through this history that you will remember all the
happiness and experiences we have shared together.
lt F-1 our greatest desire that you enjoy the contents
Thank Heavens, 3:30
2 Just think! Tomorrow is Saturday. Still Sleepy. J00?
P. Fracalossi and R. Reiner
Managing Editors: Pat Fracalossi
Literary Staff: Patricia Neifert, Co-Editor
Ronald Walker, Co-Editor
Sports Staff: Robert York, Editor
Photography: Robert Andruscavage, Editor
Art And Layout Staff :Anna Mae Babilya, Editor
Typing Staff: Berdine Carta, Editor
-I--A Carol Shuder
Literary Staff Co-Editors
P. Neifert and R. Walker
Francis J ablonski
Advertising Staff: Mary Roszkowski
Business Advisor: Mr. Walter Chesney
Editorial Advisor: Mr. George McFee
A dvcrtising Staff
Left to Right: G. Serovich, M. Roszkowski,
n and F Chesne
J. Sebastia , . y.
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Art and Layout Staff Editor Typing Staff Editor Photography Staff Editor SPONS Staff Ediflfll'
Contents S S
Supt. and School Board
Informal Shots ccce S SS S SSS
Art and Home Ec. Classes S S SSSSS
Homecoming S S-
Concession Stand S S
Juniors CS SS Sr
Harvest Festival S SS
Machine Shop Si
Christmas Pageant S S SHS
Evening Dances 1 S SSCSSSSCSSSS
Yearbook Staff Informals SS DSSSSS
Basketball S 1 SS SS ,SSC ,SS
Gym Classes S SSSSSSSSS
Sadie HaWkin's Dance S
Wrestling. SS S S SS 1
Intramural Sports 1 1
Senior Informals SSS
Field Day S
Track SS 1 SS SSSSSS1
Activities and Clubs S
Baseball S SS S S
Career Day S
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Let's clear the hall - homeroom time.
Senior Class Officers 81
Senior Superlatives S 83
Senior Directory 1 85
Senior Class Officers S SS S 89
Senior Informals 90
Advertisements S S- , 110
Gerald A. Beierschmitt
The task of supervising the Mount Carmel
Joint School System is given to the SUPERIN-
In 1934, Mr. Gerald A. Beierschmitt was
elected school superintendent by Mount Carmel
School Board. With the forming of the Mount
Carmel Joint Senior High School in 1951, he
was again made superintendent.
Located in the Roosevelt Junior High
School he is supervisor to the schools and re-
sponsible for education requirements.
Mr. Beierschmitt is well - qualified having
an A.B. degree from Holy Cross and an A.M.
degree from Bucknell.
The enormous job of running the Mount
Carmel Joint Senior High School by setting
school policies, providing necessary funds, and
making appointments, is given to the MOUNT
CARMEL JOINT BOARD OF EDUCATION.
There are members on this board and they are
elected for six year terms. In 1951 the school
boards of Mount Carmel Borough and Mount
Carmel Township signed a ten year contract,
bringing into being the Mount Carmel Joint
Senior High School. Today through the tire-
less work of the Mount Carmel School boards
and their fine faculties has placed Mount Car-
mel on the list of Accredited Secondary Schools
of the Middle Atlantic States Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools and twice
Mount Carmel High School has received the
rating of excellent by this same evaluation
First Row, Left to Right: A. Lesanski, S. Kerestes, M. Pachuta, J. Warholyk, J. Car-
bacio, J. Serovich. Second Row: G. A. Beierschmitt, W. Penman, F. Kaminski, V. Hinkle,
T. Schultz, A. Pizzoli, M. Tanney, C. Menapace.
Our advisors, Mr. Joseph Kozlowski and Miss Helen Carroll.
We Would like to DEDICATE this yearbook of the
class of 1960 to our loyal and industrious class advisors,
Miss Helen Carroll and Mister Joseph Kozlowski. They
have given us invaluable assistance with the many under-
takings of our high school career. We desire to express our
appreciation for the many tedious hours of labor spent by
Miss Carroll and Mister Kozlowski for the benefit of our
class. We know their efforts have required them to make
sacrifices, and We hope that We will prove to them that
their Work Was worthwhile and has aided us in reaching
Mr. McHail speaking.
Well known to all of us
iere at Mount Carmel
Senior High School is Mr.
Vincent McHail, our be-
oved principal. Mr. Mc-
Hail has been associated
with our school since 1928,
when he became teacher
iere. In 1933 he was ele-
vated to the position of
orincipal where for the
oast 26 years he has been
liligently running our al-
'na mater. His duties are
numerous and tedious. He
.s responsible for the
guidance of students, the
'naking of schedules, the
naintaining of conduct
ind a host of other duties
which arise during the
school year. Besides these
Functions he also serves
is an instructor, teaching
trigonolnetry and solid
geometry courses f o u r
times a week. Yet, de-
spite this rigorous rou-
tine, Mr. McHail takes an
Miss Ada D. Bahner, A.B. Bea-
Mr. Timothy E. Barnes, A.B.
Susquehanna U., M.Ed. Penn
Mr. Frank S. Bartos, B.S. Buck-
nell U.g M.S. Bucknell U.
Miss Kathryn E. Billman, A.B.
Mr. Charles A. Boleske, A.B.
Harvard U.g A.M. Columbia U.
Mr. Harry W. Boyer, Kansas
City Tech. Inst., Penn State,
Bloomsburg State College
Mr. Gerald R. Breslin, A.B.
Bucknell U.g A.M. Bucknell U.
Miss Helen A. Carroll, B.S.
gloomsburg State, M.S. U. of
Mr. Walter S. Chesney, B.S.
Bloomsburg State, A.M. N. Y.
Miss Ruth M. Evans, A.B. Sus-
Mr. John B. Hogan, Beckley
Miss Virginia Kachel
Mr. Charles T. Karlow, B.S.
Albright Collegeg M.A. N. Y. U.
Miss Leona Kauffman
Mr. Louis Kleman, A.B. Mt. St.
Mr. Joseph W. Kozlowski, B.S.
Bloomsburg State, M.S. Buck-
Miss Mary R. Mayan, B.S. Tem-
ple U.g M.Ed. Bucknell
Miss Marie G. McCarthy, H.B.
Mr. George A. McFee, B.S.
Kutztown State College
Mrs, Kathryn C. McHail, A.B.
Miss Catherine M. Scicchitano,
A.B. Immaculatag A.M. Penn S.
Mr. Jacob P. Sebastian, B.S.
Penn State, M.Ed. Penn State
Mr. Paul Semicek, Director of
Mr. Michael Terry, A.B. Villa-
Marie Gallagher, B.S. Blooms-
Mildred Ambrose, R. N.
Anna Marnell, R. N.
Kathryn Horan, R.D.H. U. of
Pa.: B.S. Bloomsburg State
Mr. McHail is presented an apple as a token of his esteem by
Pat Neifert, President of the Future Teachers of America, Mt.
active interest in the wel- Pl H I M M M H 1 I I
fare of each student be- s 'in i..-i B1 Hi il rfiil
fore and after graduation. , ', 'I 'V,"f,ljl, -, ll 'f ' l", 1 1 1
We are sure that there is not a single student in Mount Carmel High School that fl tiiwiimf"'14:'1'fwill-lI li 'I HIL
was not come to Mr. McHail for advice at one time or another, nor do we feel that ti 'i"'i.iQ'Qifi"1'i 'I o Hr, it L
:here is any graduated student that is not indebted to Mr. McHail in some way. He QW ,"fQ,jQj',""1j,,,1,,W" N' 'MMP'
s truly the perfect example of what a high school principal should be.
Our ENGLISH DEPARTMENT has a staff of five instructors:
Miss Virginia Kachel, Mister Charles Boleske, Miss Ruth Evans,
Mister Gerald Breslin, and Miss Ada Rahner, head of the department.
The Sophomores are taught the proper use of the English
language and the study of the various rules of grammar. Some of
the classics read are: LORNA DOONE, SILAS MARNER, PRIDE
AND PREJUDICE, KIDNAPPED, MOBY DICK, and AS YOU LIKE
During the Junior Year, visual grammar is taught and their
vocabulary is enlarged. Sometime throughout the year a number
of the American Poets are studied. These include Poe, Emerson,
Whittier, Longfellow, Thoreau, and Holmes. The literature from
the earlv American colonies up to and including present times is
With the coming of the Senior Year, work concentrates about
outstanding English writers. The plays of Shakespeare arc read,
while the poems of Chaucer, Milton, Keats and several others are
studied. The remaining time is spent in creative writing, com-
positions, themes, grammar and vocabulary study.
Miss Catherine M. Scicchitano, A.B. flmmaculataj,
A.M. 4Penn Statel: Mr. Louis Kleman, A.B. fSt.
SO thiq iq French., Our new Sophomore English teacher.
FRENCH and LATIN are the two lan-
guages taught in our school. The French
class is under the supervision of Miss Cath-
erinc Scicchitano, while Latin is taught by
Mister Louis Kleman.
Latin is begun in the Freshman year and
continued through the Sophomore session.
Many of the famous Roman works of litera-
ture arc reviewed while much of the Roman
culture and government is dwelled upon. A
background in Latin serves as a very useful
l'oundat.ion in the study and understanding
of many modern languages, our own very
French first appears in the Junior and
sails through the Senior term. French I
consists of' learning the basic grammar afi
pronunciation. During the Senior Session
the pronunciation and vocabulary are in-
creased and improved upon. This year the
LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT received a spe-
cial recording device to enable the students to
improve their pronunciation. By pre-record-
ing and then listening to their own voices
the pupils enable themselves to correct their
Miss Ruth Evans, A.B. fSusquehannabg Mr. Charles Boleske, A.B. fHar-
vardj, A.M. fColumbiaJg Miss Ada Bahner, A.B. Clleaverlg lVlr. Gerald
Breslin, A.M. fBucknellJ, A.B. CBucknellJg Miss Virginia Kachel, A.B.
The primary purpose of AERONAUTICS is to acquaint some Senior boys
with a few of the elements that compose the Science of Aviation. These elements
include Civil Air Regulations, Aircraft Identification, Code, Navigation, Meteor-
ology, and the History and Development of Aeronauties. Aeronautics, as it
is taught, is not designed to be a pilot training course, but rather, a familiari-
zation course based upon several skills, each of which will further a military
or civilian career.
Mr. Glenn F. Menges, B.S. fBloomsburgJ
Mr. Joseph Kozlowski, B.S. CBlooms-
burgj, M.A. lBucknellJg Miss Kath-
yrn E. Billman, A.B. 1AlbrightJg
Mr. Vincent McHail, A.B. fBuck-
nellj, A.M. fBucknellJ.
With great emphasis on nuclear
science, MATHEMATICS is now more
essential for students wishing to
further their education in the fields
of chemistry, science, nursing, and
advanced mathematical training. Ac-
ademic students are required to have
two years of algeb1'a, one of plane
geometry, one of physics, one semes-
ter each of solid geometry and tri-
gonometry. The General and Corn-
mercial students are required to have
at least one year of algebra. The
High School's Mathematics Depart-
A lecture ment is composed of three members,
Miss Katherine Billman, head of the
department, Mr. Vincent McHail, and
Mr. Joseph Kozlowski, Under their
competent guidance students develop
skills of accuracy, speed, precision,
Our SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT is com-
posed of Miss Ruth Evans, Miss Leona Kaufman, Mr.
Gerald Breslin, and Mr. Charles Boleske, head of the
department. The subjects involved in this department
are World History, American History, and Problems
World History is the study of civilization from
ancient times up to the present day.
American History is the study of our country's
past and p1'esent. All historical events are thoroughly
covered during the course of the year. American His-
tory instills in the student a better understanding of
Study of the Problems of Democracy helps stu-
dents to become aware of the fact that they are a part
Ruth Eans, A.B. 1Susquchannab3 Mr. Gerald Breslin, A.M. QBuck- of 3' hvmg democracy' It 15 th" Study of 3 form of
ncllb, A.B. iliucknelljg Mr. Glenn Menges, B.S. QBloomsburgJ, government in which thel'0 is 21 1 I'Y'0S0Ht21tiV9 EOVCYYI-
Mr. Charles Boleske, A.B. tHarvardj, A.M. QColumbiaJ. ing body, This subject covers al' phases of our dem-
Alert students at the map
Left to Right: Miss Leona Kaufman, A.B. fSusquehanna,, Miss
Left to Right: Miss H. Carroll, Mr. J. B. Hogan, Mr. W.
The purpose of a high
school education is to de-
velop each pupil for a
rich, full and useful life.
CATION is concerned
with the basic skills, un-
derstandings, and atti-
tudes needed by all re-
gardless of occupation.
It is concerned, not only
with personal, social and
civic growth, but with
those interests and com-
petencies that give
breadth and depth to
The Commercial edu-
cation program provides
for an exploration of
fields of learning of in-
terests, of abilities, and
of occupational opportuni-
ties. Business subjects
such as typewriting and
bookkeeping provide la-
boratories for the person-
al and social growth of
pupils' skills and in social
and occupational attitudes
"Ask the teacher"
"A teacher at work"
The SCIENCE CURRICULUM of Mount
'armel Joint Senior High School 'is divided
nto three different departments: Biology,
my Miss Marie Mc-Carthyg Chemistry, under
Vlr. Timothy Barnes, and Physics, with Mr.
loseph Kozlowski as the instructor.
The science courses are provided for
,hose students who show an interest in
,he scientific field and who wish to obtain
i broader and deeper understanding of
acience. We, the students, are very appre-
-iative of our fine science department.
"No help from your neighbor" "Helpful Advice"
Mr. T. Barnes, Miss M. McCarthy, Mr. J.Kozlowski
Miss Mayan and Mr. Karlow view some muscles
The high school VOCATIONAI, SHOP consists of the three divisions taught by
the shop teachers. Mr. Jacob Sebastian, the director, instructs in vocational drafting
and blueprint reading. Vocational carpentry is taught by Mr. Frank Bartos, and
machine shop by Mr. Harry Boyer.
Miss Mary Mayan and Mr. Charles Karlow are the PHYSICAL EDUCATION
and HEALTH EDUCATION instructors. Both boys and girls receive gym twice a
week and health instructions once each week.
Mr, Bartos, Mr. Boyer, and Mr. Sebastian keep busy
"Knock 'em cold, Tom"
A school is rated by the achieve-
ments of its students. In this re-
spect, as the record shows, Mount
Carmel ranks high as many of its stu-
dents have not only gone on to college,
but have also attained recognition on
the type of faculty which encouraged
these youths during their most impor-
tant training period: that is during
their high school years.
A closer look at this group of
teachers indicates that it is an un-
usual faculty - dedicated to its pro-
fession. This is indicated by the
fact that over half of them have gone
beyond required training for teachers,
and have earned Master's degrees in
different subjects. Our faculty has
received its training from many dif-
ferent institutions. Background of
such variety gives our high school a
valuable cosmopolitan scholarship.
The students of this class wish to
acknowledge and thank this faculty
that has had the patience and ability
to guide and teach us during our
years in Mount Carmel High School.
We know that our appreciation will
deepen as we later come to realize
the actual worth of our education.
Mr. Terry at work.
Asking for advice.
One of the attributes of our high school is a smooth
functioning well-equipped LIBRARY. Its importance is
increased by the lack of any other in Mount Carmel. The
library, established at its present site in 15148 has grown in
number of volumes from four thousand to almost five thou-
sand. Any student wishing to do research on some subject,
will be able to acquire further knowledge from the many
reference books and the five different sets of encyclopedias.
Those who have no assignments can read from the eighty
different periodicals or one of the latest fiction books. The
library has been furnished with the College Blue Book and a
great number of college bulletins, which list information
for pupils planning to further their education. Available
also are books on various occupations and careers which may
help the undecided student to "make up his mind." Our
library has helped us, who have used it, to gain intelligence
One of the many privileges our school extends
to the student body is a DRIVERS TRAINING
COURSE. This course is available to all students
who upon reaching the age of 16 express a desire
to get a license. Students taking this course will
find that while under the expert guidance of Mr.
Terry, they have developed the best driving habits
Quality is our most important aim.
Mrs. Martina Alexander is in charge of HOME
ECONOMICS. The girls taking this course are given
training in cooking and serving as well as instruction
in the fundamentals of home management.
Under the direction of
Mr. George McFee, the
students enrolled in this
course provide posters,
scenery, and other art
work for the school as
well as acquiring a tlfor-
ough knowledge of art
'md its basic fundamen-
Yearbook takes shape
Watch that stamper!
And that's how you do it.
You thoupfht he was at school?
The nurses, Miss Mildred Ambrose and
'Irs. Anna Marnell and the dental hygien-
nt Miss Kathyrn Horn help to keep the
ealth of the students on a high level. The
urses do this by assisting with the medical
xamination every year, and the dental
,ygxienist by cleaning' the teeth of students
,nd aiding: the school dentist in checking
or cavities. If anything unhealthy is dis-
overed in a pupil, the parents are notified
,s corrective steps may be taken. In case
if sickness at school parents are immedi-
.tely notified and the pupil sent home with
, responsible adult. A first aid box is
:ept in the Home Economics room.
THE BAND, under the competent leadership of Mr. Paul Semlcek
takes an important part in the musical activities of our school These
programs include concerts and football games. This year the b 1nd received
new uniforms, which were financed by the Band Parents Organization
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The home and school visitor for
the Mount Carmel Joint School
System is Mrs. Marie B. Gallagher.
Because of the tendency to-
wards truancy in many school
districts, a home and school visitor
When pupils are reported absent,
her duty is to call at their homes
and consult the parents concerning
the reason for their absence.
Proper measures are then taken
if a pupil is truant.
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Miss Kathyrn Horn, Miss Mildred Ambrose, Mrs. Anna Marnell
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Go - ahead Taste it
You nvod a key to start the car
From Chaucer to Keats
Now pay strict attention
Busy at work
Seated: F. Morgan, Presidentg B. Greco, Secretary: M. A. Lubeski, Treasurerg D.
Strawn, Vice President. Standing: Mr. J. Hogan, Miss L. Kaufman.
SOPll0MORE CLASS HOMEll00MS
If you will pay close attention to the ribs."
The class of 1962 began its days at
M.C.H.S. during a very hot and humid
spell. But this didn't dampen our spirits
as everyone looked forward to the excite-
ment of greeting new teachers and personal-
We will all remember the aimless wan-
dering in the corridors during the first
few weeks of school and the helpful ad-
vice which the hall patrol members gave
Our first major money-making project
was the Christmas Card Campaign. This
project, under the very capable leadership
of our class advisors, Miss Kaufman and
Mr. Hogan, netted a considerable sum of
money for our class.
In addition to sponsoring several dances
during the school year, we sold fruit-
cakes and candy prior to the Christmas
holidays. These activities helped the mem-
bers of our class to become better acquaint-
ed with each other.
I'm sure we will always remember the
sometimes hectic but always interesting
days welve enjoyed during our Sophomore
year at Mount Carmel Senior High School.
Bottom Row: G. Filohoski, A. Feddock, S. Dormer, B.
Doyle. Second Row: R. DiCinque, S. Hamulla, B. Greco.
Third Row: A. In-umm, E. Fellin, S. Henrie, C. Gengler.
Fourth Row: T. Hindmarch, W. Hayes, J. Elgin.
Fifth Row: E. lleroniin, R. Greco, L. D'Angel0. Sixth
Row: B. llemkowski, J. Glodek, B. Credito. Seventh
Row: J. Forti, R. Hancock, Miss Carroll, T. Hodrick.
Bottom Row: C. Homola, E. Justin, R. Kraft. Second
Row: G. Kaminski, I. Koronkiewicz, B. Kendter. Third
Row: M. Kovalick, J. Joraskie, S. Kotch, A. Hogan.
Fourth Row: J. Jurnsick, M. Horwath, T. Howells.
Fifth Row: M. Kogut, A. Kosvitch, D. Krah. Sixth
Row: D. Klinger, Il. Hudick, T. Howells. Seventh
Row: R. Kessler, Miss Evans, F. Joraskie.
Bottom Row: J. Mathias, M. Lubeski, S. Kulick J.
McElwee. Second Row: M. Liptock, M. Miscavage, I.
Murin. Third Row: M. Mihalick, E. Mirarchi, E.
Manney. Fourth Row: S. Maurer, A. Messa1'g'e, E.
Miller. Fifth Row: R. Kruskie, R. Lawler, C. McGee,
F. Morgan. Sixth Row: F. Lubeski, J. McGovern, K.
Miller. Seventh Row: J. Lukens, J. Masinic, C. Maurer.
Eighth Row: J. Moncavage, R. Mazur.
Eighth Row: R. Profit, J. Orzechowski. Seventh Row:
R. Rudock, M. Paulson, R. Mychak. Sixth Row: J.
Palorick, S. Pascavage, F. Radzai. Fifth Row: L.
Osinski, M. Repella. Fourth Row: R. Ochs, J. Nester-
rick, F. Reiner. Third Row: A. Rhoades, R. Ostroski,
J. Patrick. Second Row: D. Potochney, J. Mychak, T.
Patterino, M. Olshefski. Bottom Row: R. Raynal, L
Olshefski, M. Olearnick, A. Paskevich.
'op Row: J. Shosh, R. Shutt, L. Slotterback, L. Sosnoski.
,ixth Row: R. St-icchituno, V. Schickley, E. Swaldi. Fifth
low: R. Shopinski, K. Stalvinski, S. Sinkovich, C. Stankie-
Iivz. Fourth Row: V. Suchoski, A. Tokach. Third Row:
. Strzyzewski, B. Rupinski, Jean Seicchitano, Joan Scicchi-
emo, C. S2IC2I.V2lQ.1'0. Second Row: M. Stief, D. Strawn, K.
lzxntell. Bottom Row: ll. Santos, G. Schultz, B. Sentkoski,
First Row: L. Tarchie, M. Yadinski, M. Williams, Miss
E. Olshefski. Second Row: P. Womer, N. Yarnall, C.
Yeager. Third Row: M. Womer, P. Way, R. A. York.
B. Yokemick. Fourth Row: R. Tamecki, J. Zsido. Fifth
Row: C. Yuskoski, L. Varano, V. Volonoski, A. Zanella.
Sixth Row: S. Zosh, J. Tigrhe. Seventh Row. R. Wy-
socki, M. Yasenchack, J. Walakavage. Eighth Row: R.
IUMEROOM 303--First Row: A. Boylan, S. Chango, S. Confair, R.
Erown, Mr. Kozlowski. Second Row: M. Brella, L. Chesney, C. Camp.
'hird Row: F. Burnt-zeski, H. Burge, R. Casari, M. Bednarchick, B.
liunchine. Fourth Row: A. Akoluitis, F. Alareon, C. Berkoski, A. An
rewleski. Fifth Row: F. Brosh, M. Bednarchick, N. Bonjo, E. Arnoldi
Lixth Row: H. Augustine, R. Brown, J. Bush, B. Bubnis.
"Ah, dry - up, will ya."
Combination of leisure and study
Seo you latvr, I irollzl go in hvrl-
lllzmy sinh--limi :ivlivitivs :xml p1'o5:r:ini
are' ol'l'4-roll to thx stumlcnl lu-siclvs vlass
Thv structure of the frog: is composed of many parts
in the library.
work, suvli :is ol'l'icv work in lliv prim'ipzil':
officc, or litcrzxturv and
Now girls, this is whai l wanl you to do
Don't tell me anything about lmsvlmll
Cell block check
Homeroom period: teachers nightmare.
School begins at 8:25 A.M. with the ringing of the tardy buzzer. The teacher
in each HOMEROOM reads a verse from the Bible. Following' this the students
recite the Lord's Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flagz These exercises
take five minutes. At 8,30 Mr. Mcliail makes necessary announcements concerning
the events for the day and week. At 8:35, the buzzer rings zigrziin, and the students
pass to their first period class. This class lasts until 9.29, the second class begins at
9:31 and ends at 10:29. The third, and last morning class, begins at 10:30 and
ends at 11:25. The afternoon schedule is as follows: fourth 12:30-1:29, fifth
1:30-2:29, sixth 2:31-3:25. Students pass through the hulls orderly and quickly.
Stationed in the halls at frequent intervals are the members of the hall patrol whose
job is to keep traffic from congesting, moving in the right direction, and to keep the
noise and confusion down to a minimum.
I pledge allegiance
Progressive Education 175
During the lunch hour which lasts from 11:30
a.m. to 12:20 p.m. transported students are given
the use of room 1043. This room, which makes it
convenient to eat in school,is provided with chairs,
tables, and milk and soda machines. Although this
room makes eating convenient and inexpensive,
many students prefer to huy their lunches at one
of the many nearhy snack liars. After eating the
students spend the rest of the hour engaging in a
variety of activities: those who are conscientious
use the remaining time doing homework or studying
for an examination, others find it a good time to
"rewind" hy going for a ride with some of their
friends, the car enthusiasts pass the time discussing
and demonstrating their automobiles. But by far
the majority of the students spend their time social-
izing. The girls, and a few hoys, find this a
convenient time to freshen-up. A number of the
faculty members eat in the home economics room.
The teachers spend their hour in much the same
manner as the students, that is, "unwinding." A
few husy teachers find this a suitable time to
correct papers, check homework, etc. All in all
the lunch hour is one well- spent.
"Down at Langis'."
"Enjoying yourselves boys?
"Still thirsty Joe?"
'tls it good Barbara?"
Creativity at work
The ART CLASS, under the supervision of Mr. George Mclfee, is held every
afternoon from 2:30 until 3:30 in room No. 1043.
A limited number of students with artistic ability and interest are accepted in
this particular class.
Some of the problems that confront the students are contained in the various
media of drawing and painting, ceramics, modeling, silk screeningrg and jewelry
and metal work.
Throughout the year the students are engrag'ed in silk screening posters for
the various school and community activitiesg in constructing scenery for the
school's dramatic functionsg producing' the covers for the school publications and
in partaking in the decoration of the prom.
The student enhances his own art appreciation through a better understand-
ing of the use of colorg through the various materials he comes in contact with
the satisfaction of a job done both good and aesthetically.
The HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT of the Mount Carmel Joint Senior
High School is under the direction of Mrs. Martina Alexander. This class meets
each day from 2:30 until 3:30 in room No. 102. The students, composed entirely
of girls, are taught six major fundamentals pertaining' to Home Economics. These
fundamentals a1'e child carey creative sewing, foodsg family financeg home
nursinpjg and the relations between the school, home and the community.
Students are encouraged to develop individual skills, rather than the old
ideas of simply serving and cooking: Their ultimate aim is to become gracious,
efficient, homemakers in any walk of life.
What is your verdict, Mr. McHail'?
UTHE QUEEN AND HER COUR'l"' - Left to Right: Pat Fracalossi, Helen Paskevich,
Carol Buhay, Carol Smith, Elaine Kropp.
The lioineconiingr queen and her court were honored by
riding on open cars in a parade to the stadium and around
the field. The girls were attircd in knitted suits and each
wore a corsage which she had received. The Queen wore
"Cheerleader in Disguise"
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"Flowers for Motheru
The annual Il0MEI'0lVllNG CEREMONY was held on
' Friday, October 550. at the Mount ldarinel, Kulpniont football
1 game. The exercise began with a procession of the queen
and her court escorted by the football team. The crowning:
was staged at the center of the field. The football co-cap-
tains then crowned the queen and presented her with a
bouquet of flowers. The Mount Carmel Rand then played
, the song t'lVlother" in honor of the football players' mothers,
I who were seated in a section of bleachers reserved for them.
Each mother wore a chrysanthernuni corsage, which was
presented to them before the graine by their sons. Gifts
were then presented to the Il0I110K'UIlIlIlL.f Queen and her
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Rack: Isobel Kulick, Louise Ilutnick, Irene Wojick, Maureen Yasavage, Sylvia The Rock n' Roll Cheer
Ferrari, Sandra Strike, lrenv Moleski.
Eva-ry school has its chcc-ring' section which is usually led
through its paccs by a group of girls known as CHEERLEADERS.
Our school is no cxccption.
At thc end ol' thc junior year tcn girls are chosen to serve as the
chet-ring: concession ol' the school hy individual and group competition.
Whilc their major task is contained in leading' the pep-rallies
and student hotly in cheering for thc various sports held in the High
School throughout thc year, they also perform a number of other
tasks. RL-l'orc each game they stripe the town with the red and
white, school colors. They also solicit thc merchants of the coni-
munity for ads which appear in the football progranis. These girls
may also bc sccn marching with the band during their proceedings.
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Next stop, showers Wrona, Terry, and Karlow watch that play
On Tuesday, August eighteenth, over one-
hundred candidates for positions on Mt. Carmel
Senior High School's Varsity, Junior Varsity,
and Freshman FOOTBALL teams turned out for
their first day of PRACTICE. Under the gui-
dance of Mr. Terry, the head coach, Mr. Wrona,
the assistant coach, Mr. Karlow, the Junior Var-
sity and Freshman coach, and their Co-Captains,
Richard Morris and James Trione, they began
what for the next four months would be a daily
ritual. Their training schedule each day began
with a drill in calisthenics followed by either laps
or one-hundred yard wind sprints, avoiding
heavy contact work until the squad was in top
condition. After a few days of light work, they
began their first contact work with the line-
men knocking one another around, each fighting
for that shining varsity berth. Training became
more intensified as the squad journeyed to
Minersville for a scrimmage and later to Elys-
burg to battle Labanon Catholic. A very good
showing was given against both of these teams
and in the opinions of their followers, another
good season would be added to the already heavy
laurels of Mt. Carmel High.
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First Row: P. Markle, S. Bolick, J. Milun, R. Horoschak,
T. Bonjo. Second Row: R. DiRienzo, R. Kautter, R. Royer
T. Trione, R. Morris, J. Scisly, B. Habowski, R. Miskell, W.
Rockwell. Third Row: S. Olshefski, T. Kulick, E. Kovack
G. Mickalitis, L. Cuarna, C. Greco, W. Repko, J. Rupinski
Fourth Row: J. Menapace, E. Sheblski, C. Maurer, A.
Mount Carmel 7 W. Hazleton 6
Mount Carmel 24 Tamaqua O
Mount Carmel 6 Mahanoy City 6
Mount Carmel 6 Berwick 0
Mount Carmel 37 Kulpmont 0
Mount Carmel 30 Coal Twp. 12
Bagashinski, F. Morgan, D. Mychack, T. Hodrick, E. Mc-
Fadden. Fifth Row: N. Bonjo, R. Wysocki, J. Stabinski,
R. Moratelli, R. Battista, P. Zenyuh. Sixth Row: A. Kos-
vitch, W. Repko, J. Tamacki, J. Coyne, R. Barkafski. Seventh
Row: K. Stabinski, F. Buraczeski, L. Taylor, V. Yuskoski.
Mount Carmel 6 Pottsville 12
Mount Carmel 22 Ashland 6
Mount Carmel 14 Shenandoah 0
Mount Carmel 34 Sunbury 6
Mount Carmel 13 Shamokin 21
All wet, Buddy?
Trione, some help over here.
ress and Company 1Studcnt managcrsb Vince Luskusky, Mike
alichik, Robert Doyle. 'l'om Cress, Andy Takach.
Oh! for a longer arm.
Go Man - Go!
The boys take a rest.
A late rally brought MOUNT UARMEL High a
tight opening 1952! football win over WVEST HAZLE-
TON in their Southern llivision encounter at the
Stadium, 7 - 6, before a good - sized crowd. Trailing
bv Ki-0 from the first quarter, quarterback ltichie
Kautter tossed a 120-yard forward pass to Steve
Bolick, right half, for the tying touchdown and Stan
Olshefski, left tackle, place-kicked the extra point
for the clincher in the final period.
Plenty of Blocking
MOUNT FARMEI. lligh's football team re-
mained unbeaten and untied under the Southern
llivision by carving their second win against
previously-undefeated 'l'AMAQllA. The Ned Tor-
nadoes scored in every period. Three touchdowns
were made by Bolick on runs, and the other came
on a pass, Kautter to Menapace. The final score
was 224 to 0.
MOUNT CARMEL HIGH and MAIIANOY
AREA battled to a 13- 43 tie at Mahanoy City. Coach
Mike Terry's REID 'l'0RNAlD0l'lS had to come from
behind to gain thc deadlock. Nlahanoy scored first
in the opening period. Thus the tussle continued
until the final quarter, with I ss than a minute to
go, Bob Royer connected with .loc Menapace on a
58-yard forward-pass play to stalemate the issue.
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THE BA D
OUR BAND, under the direction of Mr. Paul Semicek
is composed of fifty-five members. The band has practicec
diligently for many hours to perfect their routines, drills
and music. It is because of this constant improvement tha1
we feel certain they are now one of the finest bands in the
region. Most of the band instruments are owned by th4
school, and are distributed to the students by Mr. Semicek
The band has participated in many events, such as the
Hazelton Competition, where they were awarded first prize
They have also appeared at Harrisburg, Rolling Green Park
Knoebels, and made a TV appearance during the half-time
of the Eagles vs Rams football game at Philadelphia. These
accomplishments make us proud.
During the '58-'59 season, a group called The Banc
Parents Organization was formed for greater band-com-
munity relationship, and has been a great aid in raising
funds for their new uniforms.
And the Band played on
The Big Brass
Learning a couple pointers.
Our CONCESSION STANDS at the "Silver Bowl" are
under the competent direction of two members of our
faculty, Miss Catherine Scicchitano and Mrs. Martina
Alexander. These stands are located, for your conven-
ience, right inside the main gates as well as underneath
the home bleachers. Delicious hot and cold refreshments,
which include hot dogs, coffee, candy, soda, and pizza pie,
are sold before and during the games with most of the
business taking place at halftime. Those who serve at
the concession stands are students of the Sophomore,
Junior, and Senior classes. Medals are awarded on class
day to those students who voluntarily gave their services.
A gold medal is awarded for three years of loyal service,
a silver medal for two years, and a bronze medal for one
year. It there is an excess in profits for the year, a party
for all the workers is held after the football season.
Concession Stand workers.
Row One: Carol Adzema, Shirley Greco, Carolyn Repko,
Cynthia Guarna, Debbie Andreano, Elaine Bridy, Miss
Scicchitano. Row Two: Phyllis Paskevich, Ines Newton,
Ruth Ann Owens, Dolores Karpovich. Row Three: Betty
Sharer, Mickey Patterino, Elaine Kropp, Carol Sahutsky,
Tom Marnell. Row Four: Cecilia Mains, Anna Mae
Babylia, Charlette Glessman, Peggy Joyce, David Stein-
hart. Row Five: Cynthia Jablonski, Sarah Bressan,
Louise Stallmack, Barbara Rimokaitis, Anne Marie
Matulevich. Row Six: Janice Kuklinski, Frances Jablon-
ski, Judy Sewell, Pat Glaudel. Row Seven: Virginia
Gissel, Maria Socoloski, Loretta Rompolski, Eileen
Watch your change.
Left to Right: Leonard Guarna, Anna Marie Pachuta, Miss Billman, Mr. McFee,
Janet Williams, Carol Adzema.
JUNl0R CLASS HOMERO0M
Now Madam, we have a fine selection of magazines here. . . "
Lots of Work and some fun was the for-
mula for our Junior year. From the com-
bined efforts of our class advisors, Miss
Kathryn Billman and Mr. George McFee and
the entire class, one of the most successful
magazine campaigns of the high school re-
sulted. A Junior Assembly consisting of
class talent was held throughout the year.
Much time and work was spent decorat-
ing the prom. Night after night of painting
and committee upon committee helped make
it the success that it was.
These accomplishments, along with
studying and active participation in all
school activities, will remain in our memories
throughout life as a happy and successful
IOMICROOM l02iFirst Row' F Rridv F Ri nh'
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Xndreano, Miss M. Mayan. Seeond Row: J. Braggan, R.
frown, 1, Adzeina. Third Row: C l-lelgrio, W. Albertini
l. Barnes, l'. liowes. Fourth Row: J. Hereoski, R. Adams,
I. llarkofski, ll. llodnar. Fifth Row: R. Battista, P. Bel-
onti, ll. lloleh. Sixth Row: M. Caldonetti, T. Bapjushinski,
IOMICRUOM 201-First Row: Arlene Galazin, Cynthia
luarna, liarlwara l"rederiek. Anita Gunther, Mr. Boleske.
leeond Row: t'hristine lliliienzo, Helene Geeosky, Shirley
lreeo, Virginia tlissel. Third Row: Flileen Fraealossi,
ionita llesloek, Connie llel'aulis. Eleanor Ferrari, Beatrice
Ieorgge. Fourth Row: Anna Mae Elmerle, Veronica Cash-
nere, Mary Ann Pllgrin, llatrieia Claudel, Marv Lou Fineato
"ifth Row: Charles Cole. l.enord Guarana,- Charles Dak-
haw, Robert. lloyle, Michael lloyle. Sixth Row: Francis
'iaeeo, Joseph lluroviek, Anthony Cavaleski, Charles Greco.
HOMEROOM 202-First Row: Cynthia Jalmlonski, Mary
Kramer, Carol llelt, llelen Koliilis, Miss Hillman. Second
Row: Carol Lutman, Anne Hummel, Ceeilia Mains, Carol
Herovieh. Third Row: Annette llolmel, Rose Ann Kalinoski,
Mary Karlow, Frances Kaminsky. Fourth Row: Donna
lloran, Mary Ann Karlowvieh, Mary Ann l.uta, Marie llorn-
herger. Fifth Row: Ric-hard l.ee, Tom K0l'ZlllZll'0li, Vinee
Leskushy, Joseph Lapinslii. Sixth Row: Frank Hornungr,
Francis llonieker, Paul Hoffman. Seventh Row: Alexander
Kozlowski, Edward Kovaek, Daniel llutko, John Manello.
Eighth Row: Thomas Marnell, James Magennis.
HOMEROOM 203- First Row: l.ois Maurer, Virginia McCoy,
Ruth Ann Owens, Loretta Rompolski. Second Row: Barbara
Ann liimokaitis, Diann Repko, Carloyn liepko, Barbara
Murdock. Third Row: Mary Ann Nevis, Inez Newton,
Phyllis Paskavieh, Theresa Prezekop. Fourth Row: Joseph
Ronento, Ann Milin, Ann Marie Matulevieh, Ann Marie
Paehuta. Fifth Row: Charles Moleski, Joseph ltosse,
Dennis Novaek, Andrew Fanka. Sixth Row: Edward Mm'-
Fadden, Ted Moneavagfe, R. Moser, W. Ostroski. Seventh
Row: S. Matukaitis, J. May, ll. Myehaek, R. Moratelli.
Eighth Row: J. Menapaee, R. Maniman.
HOMEROOM 204-First Row: I.. Sarfire. B. Schlegel, Miss
l.. Kaufman, B. Sarfire, C. Rushoe. Second Row: L.
Stanvavage, J. Sabol, M. Socoloskie, J. Sewell, C. Sahutsky.
Third Row: J. Spurr, M. A. Rumin, L. Ruths, R. Scott, C.
Scivchitano. Fourth Row: D. Scanzoni, L. Slotterback, E.
Slotterlmzwk, D. Steinhart. Fifth Row: R. Rowe, M. Suchoski,
F. Suputo, F. Shannon. Sixth Row: J. Stabinski, L. Sharer,
HOMEROOM 301-First Row: C. Yakup, R. Zedanowich,
M. Swinehurt, C. Wz1rsz1vag'e, M. McCarthy. Second Row:
P. Yt'2lf.l'0l', N. Zeigrenfusc, M. Yoka, E. Tietsworth. Third
Row: C. Zimmerman, W. Tanner, J. Williams. Fourth
Row: J. Tunic-cki, li. Taylor, D. Wydra, V. Yuskoski. Fifth
Row: R. Zamboni, F. VVolfc, D. Wilkinson, K. Wagner, P.
Zcnyuh. Sixth Row: A. Veluvhes, D. Weinkle, D. Tresco.
Seventh Row: D. Tresco. R. Walsh, R. Wargo.
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As autumn comes upon us and our foot-
ball team begins to limber up, another,
sometimes unseen group, the CROSS-
COUNTRY TEAM, begins its 'preparation
for the grueling test of endurance ahead.
Pictured above is the Mount Carmel Joint
Senior High School cross-country team for
18059 and its excellent coach, Mr. Gerald
Breslin. As seen from the top to the bot-
tom the runners are George Hornberger,
Paul Wagner, Tom Cress, Vincent Sentko-
ski, Paul Kotch, William Grossman, coach
Gerald Breslin, Daniel Bodner, Steve Ma-
tukaitis, John Menapace, William Zamboni,
and Charles Elko.
Cross Country is a sport which demands
much of its participants, endurance and
spirit being the chief requirements of a
good barrier. It is not an easy task to
run the two and a quarter mile course
especially under the pressure of competi-
tiong and the only thing that can be said
about these boys, who gave their time and
effort to bring Mount Carmel a winning
cross-country team, is praise. Congratula-
tions are also given to the coach, Mr.
Hey! Wait for me
Always on the move
The Mount Carmel Joint Senior High
School CROSS COUNTRY TEAM of 1959
was formed alound a nucleus of six senior
These six senior barriers, Paul Wagner,
George Hornberger, Tom Cress, Charles
Elko, Paul Kotch, and Vincent Sentkoski,
who gave their all for a successful season
are examples of fine school and competitive
Three of the six are honor students and,
besides cross country, all are active in
the various other school clubs and organ-
Low Score Wins
Mt. Carmel 18 Allentown 37
Mt. Carmel 25 Pottsville 30
Mt. Carmel 18 Lebanon 37
Mt. Carmel 31 Reading 24
Mt. Carmel 19 Berwick 36
Mt. Carmel 39 Williamsport 16 .
Mt. Carmel 24 Berwick 47 -3
District 4 Meet Second to Williamsport
Come on Charlie Hup - two - three - four
The Cross Country Season was one of the won three medals in All-Conference Run at
most successful M.C.H.S. has experienced. Be- Pottsville. Steve Mutukaites won 5 straight
sides winning four dual meets and one triangular races at the beginning of the season.
meet, the team placed second in District Meet and
The Stagzehands play an
important job at the high
school. They run the
stage for each perform-
ance, concert, or assembly,
run the motion pictures,
set up the sound systems
for dances and at sports
events. They give much
of their spare time build-
ing scenery for the many
productions. These "be-
hind the scenes boys" cle-
serve a lot of credit for
W. Repko, T. Bonjo, T. Bccking, P. Wagner, and M. Balichik test the 16mm projector.
First Row: J. Sebastian, C. Shuder, S. Bressan, Row: P. Wagner, R. Grossman, E. Henninger, S.
L. Stellmach, D. Glejzman, I, Wojcik, M. Yasavage, Ferrari, I. Moleski, S. Bolick, G. Hornberger, C.
V. Taylor, E. Vistoski, V. Stanavage. Second Row: Elko, J. Menapace. Fifth Row: W. Repko, E.
M. Hogan, C. Forti, L. Hutnick, M. Roskowski, Andrulevich, C. Murin, P. Neifert, J. Mosella, J.
P. Fracalossi, M. Halama, G. Serovich, S. Knarr, Pollard, R. Penman, G. Coniff, P. Kotch, E. Kropp.
M. Patterino. Third Row: T. Ladika, J. Kuklinski, Sixth Row: C. Glessman, F. Jablonski, F. Chesney,
M. O'Gara, I. Kulick, T. Becking, T. Bonjo, R. York, B. Carta, M. Halkovich, R. Royer.
J. Breslin, K. Greco, M. Bubnis, R. Reiner. Fourth
The DRAMATIC CLUB is composed of the annual operetta. Proper speech and
students interested in dramatics. Members poise is stressed by these amateur thespians.
display their ability in plays, pageants and
A session in Junior English Library Concentration
out vocrrlo AL DEPARTME
ln August of'
was authorized to
1919 the Mount Carmel lligxh School
offer VOC'A'l'l0NAl. CLASSES. lt
was also decided that this course would run for three
Today. the Mount Varniel shop classes are still
functioning' et't'icicntly, and adniiralmly under the COIN-
' 2 Calmastian, and the metal
pctent leadership ot Mi S
and wood working instructors, lVlr. Boyer and Mr.
Mr. Boyer, a
graduate of' Kansas City lVlechanical
lnstitnte. l'enn State and lil0OlllSllLlI'g.1' State Teachers
College, takes great pride in his students in his metal
shop and their accomplishlnents. Through his indi-
vidual attention he instructs caeh student in the rudi-
lnents and necessary skill of each tool. Upon each
student in the shop is impressed safety and true value
ot' the tools they are learning! to use. That is, they
are "tool making' tools." and with a knowledge of such
tools as the lathe. they can take their place in
world of machines.
The metal shop
morning' class conipri
is divided into classes. Thi
Zed of sixteen boys who are in
their sophomore year, and the afternoon class coin
prized of thirteen boys in their junior and senior years
The wood workin
gg shop teacher is Mr. Frank S
Bartas, a graduate ot' Bucknell, who has a ILS. and
lVl.S. from the institi
skills in woodworking
the correct wood for
Througrhout the shop,
fruit. The shop has a
As each student
Course similar to the
a knowledggenient to
The "Year Hook"
gwzntleinen, lVlr. Sahas
lte.llis students are taught the
as proper handling of machines
the job, and fine workmanship
safety is a keynote, and hears
fi ne safety record.
graduates after completing' tl
metal shop, he is equipped with
lveconic a fine carpenter.
says hats off to these fine thret
tian, Mr. llarry Boyer, and lVli
,A C'C'UI'Z1t0 Illl'8.Sl1l'0IllEl'lt
VVatch that thunilm, Varl.
The annual CHRISTMAS PAGEANT of
the Mount Carmel Senior High School was
entitled "A Christmas Fantasy." Eight
impressive tableaus made up the pageant
and music was furnished by the Glee Clubs
and a special chorus, under the direction of
The scenes were: "A Present For All,"
"A Christmas Rall," "Wonderful Toyland,"
t"l'was the Night Before Christmas,"
"Santa's Arrival," "The Angels Rejoice,"
"The True Christmas," and "Unto Us a
Child ls Horn." These eight tableaus were
under the direction of Mr. George McFee
along with a student assistant, Patricia
Neifert. Costumes and drapes were made
by Mrs. Martina Alexander.
Those assisting in painting and scenery
construction were Tom Bonjo, Kathy Greco,
l'aul Wagner, Bill Repko, Anna Mae
liabilya, Elizabeth Justin, Pat Fracalossi,
Barbara Chesney, Ceeila Mains, Mike
Baliehik, Debbie Andreano, Phyllis Paske-
Soloists for the musical numbers were:
Carol Murin, Donna Rothermel, Mary Ann 1
Rrilla, Elaine Rridy, Ruth Penman, and
Accompanists were John Breslin and
Debbie Paints . . . Elizabeth Paints . . .
Cecilia and Barbara make properties Tommy and Butch build the Scenery
'We had rehearsals to try and perfect our movement. Our dress rehearsal was a long one. Last minu
The day of the performance was quickly approaching. Change were made. Nothing seemed to go correctly. Th
might be a good sign . . .
irst Row: M. Balichik, W. Repko, S. Knarr, M. A. Bubnis, G. Serovich, P.
alama, A. M. Babilya, A. Paskevitch, L. Tarchie. Second Row: Mr. G.
cI"oe, C. Zimmermann, M. Baynham, M. Pepe-lla, S. Hamulla, A. Patterino,
. Miscavagv, J. Mathias, S. Kotch. Third Row: D. Mychak, J. Scicchitang,
Patrick, M. Olshefski, C. Hamulla, J. Jaraski, R. York. Fourth Row: .
ay, I. Murin, M. A. Kovalivk, L. Osinski, I.. Olshefski, B. Greco, S. Chango, Why How D0 You DO?
, Andreano. Fifth Row: P. Wagner, T. Backing, T. Bonjo, M. A. Lubeski,
. Stief, E. A. Chango, J. McElwee.
Twas the night before Christmas
there was mass
confu n "What
do V do now?"
"C V - c k th e
ligh. " "No cur-
tain now - we're
Hmmm? Johnny wasn't so good this year
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AllVlll.lNlYlf., Stiff: G. Serovich, B. Chesney, J. Sebastian, F. Chesney.
an uv if ottom Row: S. l"err:u'i, C. Murin, I. Kulick, P
These 'ue the people
who nuke up voui YEAR
them this publlcition
would not have been pos-
siblc. 'lhrough the com-
binul mffort of e'1eh indi-
vidual and each staff We
were able to place to-
gether a nlelnory of the
years you spent in high
Many long hours have
been spent in writing and
re-writing articles, pho-
tog'raphing', gathering ads,
and laying out the book.
We feel our effort has
been a successful one.
Mos o Second Row: G. Coniff, M. Patterino, R. Walker.
BOOK STAFF. Without Y' ,
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Ymubook Tv ns s First Row: F, Jablonski, B. Chesney. Second Row:
Stl lt-tlllll, C. Shuder
lVlanag'ingr Editors: R, Rei
A A Lay-Out Staff: E. Kropp, M. Baynham, A. Bxbilyl
Sports Editor Sports Co - Fdltor
R. York R. Grossman
Front Row: B. Battista, C. Greco, R. Royer, R. Brosius, E. Kovack. Back Row: N.
Bonjo, T. Hodrick, A. Bagashinski, R. Grossman, B. Varano, Mr. Menges.
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Bottom Row, Left to Right: Coach Charles
Sacavage, Bob Horoschack, Persh Markle, Bob
DiRienzo, Tom Kulick, Rich Morris, Vince Sentco-
ski, Coach Joe Paskavich. Second Row: Steve
Matukatis, Dan Confair, Robert Rowe, Joe Ponen-
to, Jim Tameski, Dan Hutko. Third Row: Tim
Barnes, John Menapace, Ben Hooper, Bob Shutt,
The 1959- 60 varsity wrestling squad of Mount
f'armcl Joint Senior High School was undoubtedly
one oi' the finest the school has ever had represent-
ing it. Based on its record of eleven wins and two
losses and its triumph in the invitational tournament
at Bloomsburg State College, it was one of the out-
standing teams in the region.
Under the able direction and with the willing
and experienced assistance of Mr. Sacavage and Mr.
Pcskcvich, and under the leadership of the two out-
standing Co- Captains, Pershing Markle and Robert
DiRienzo, our wrestling squad was always able to
carry itself well, acting according to the principles
of good sportsmanship and with the ideal of main-
taining the favorable athletic reputation of our high
SENIOR WRESTLING RECORDS
Name W L D
Paul Wagner 0 1
Vince Sentkoski 9 5
Robert Horoschak 7 7 1
Pershing Markle 16 1
Robert DiRienzo 10 3 2
Thomas Kulick 14 2 1
Stan Olshefski 14 2
Rich Morris 0 1
Mike Hutko, Bob Wysocki, Bob Dixon,
denate, Francis Profit. Fourth Row:
vich, Jim Hutnick, John Susko, Jim
Gralowski, Bill Toy, Bob Peaseachick,
ell, Andy Kosivich. Top Row: Jim
Art Thurner, Den Stutzman, John Rowe, Jim
Atta Boy Stan Come on - let's have a takedown
Pin 'eml Pin 'emi
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Intentional arm strain
On the mat Roll 'om over, Toni
Just a little more pressure for a pin.
wish-fl up by Dan. Vinvv adds smut- p
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Study and c-oncvntration
L0t'S Dig' This Disk For A Spin
The Grand Arrival
Ladies On Parade
The ceremony begins
with the court seated
around the queen. The
Co-captains of the track
team crown the queen and
present gifts to her and
As thc meet begins, the
royal group view the pro-
ceedings from their make-
At the close of each
event it is the duty of the
queen to present each
victor with his award.
A Raving Beauty
Each year during the month of April, an interclass track meet is held
at the high school stadium. This annual event is known as FIELD DAY.
A Queen and Court are chosen to reign over the meet, which for many
years has been a big event. The Queen, a senior, and her court which
consists of two seniors, two juniors, and two sophomores, are elected by the
student body. The Queen and her attendants are all attired in ballerina
length gowns. Draped around the queen is a long red velvet cape held by
the cape bearer. An added attraction is the wreaths of white flowers and
the bouquets which the girls carry. The Queen carries a bouquet of red
The Band marches to the stadium with the Queen and her court
following in open cars. The cars with the impressive court ride to the
entrance of the stadium. As the band plays the procession moves down the
field to take their places at the throne.
Left to Right: Carol Adzema, Michaeline Halkovich, Natalie Washeko, Court Attend-
ants: Glenn Menges Jr., Train Bearer: James Darrup, Co-Captaing Carol Kramer,
Field Day Queeng Jim Beierschmitt, Co-Captaing Elaine Kropp, Crown Bearerg Francis
Menapace, Co-Captaing Linda Novak, Sylvia Ferrari, Bonnie Bright, Court Attendants.
First Row: Coach Gerald Breslin, Len Guarna, Pershing Second Row: Charles Greco, Joe Stabinski, George Horn-
Markle, George Mickalitis, Steve Bolick, Bob Royer, Paul burger, Stanley Olshefski, Joe Menapace, Charles Elko.
Wagner, Bill Repko, Richard Brosius, Coach Glenn Menges. Third Row: Frank Morgan, Gerry Scisly, Jim Trione.
"They fly through the air with the greatest of ease."
A minor adjustment
Novice meet - Won by Juniors
Interclass meet - Won by Juniors
Mount Carmel 88 Bloomsburg 34
Mount Carmel 79 Coal Twp. 16
Mount Carmel 96 Danville 31
Penn Relays - Seventh in Mile Relay
Lebanon 631g Mount Carmel 54 Potts-
Mount Carmel 85 Sunbury 24
Southern Conference Meet - Won by
Checking the equipment, boys ?
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low is the weather up there, Joe?
PRACK SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
Jovice meet - Won by Juniors
nterclass meet - Won by Juniors
lount Carmel 88 Bloomsburg 34
flount Carmel 79 Coal Twp. 16
Iount Carmel 96 Danville 31
'enn Relays - Seventh in Mile Relay
lebanon GCSE! Mount Carmel 54 Potts-
Iount Carmel 85 Sunbury 24
outhern Conference Meet - Won by
District Four Meet - We came in third
Ready, boys ?
Breathless and exhausted. but still
JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-
First Row: IC. Rridy, P. Paskevich, C.
Lutman, M. L. Finn-ato, L. Rompolski,
V. Gisscl, C. Jablonski, I. Fracalossi,
H. Rimokaitis. Svcond Row: M.
Luta, IC. Tiotsworth, A. Gunther, M.
Karlow, C. Warsavago, A. Matulcwicz,
L. Mauror. Third Row: R. Prezkop,
M. IIornb0rg'0r, P. Glaudel, M. A.
Nc-vis, R. Suchoski, A. Hummel, M.
Swim-hart. Fourth Row: D. Repko.
Fifth Row: S. Greco, C. Adzema. C.
Guarna, C. Repko, J. Sahol, A. Pa-
SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-First
Row: G. Svrovich, I. Wcmjcik, S.
Forrari, V. Taylor, M. Yasavagc, P.
Nvifc-rt, C. Murin, D. Glojzman, L.
Sta-llmach, C. Smith, S. Bressan.
Svrond Row: L. llutnivk, A. M. Ba-
Imilya, M. A. Ilartosivwivz, B. Chcsncy,
R. Carta, M. Ilalkovich, M. Raynham,
J. St-lwastian, C. Shudl-r, I. Kulick, J.
Most-llo. Third Row: M. O'Gara, I.
Moll-ski, M. Halama, M. Roszkowski,
S. Knarr, F. Chvsney, F. Jablonski,
A. Butvla, R. Suchoski, E. Visotski.
Fourth Row: S. Rushoc, P. Cillo, C.
Ozlanski, K. Greco, M. A. Bubnis, P.
Fracalossi, T. Ladika, J. Clark, M. A.
Slottvrlmack, ll. Shuhiak. Fifth Row:
C. Forti, T. Gragilla, L. Miriello, C.
Mihalik, E. Sharcr, D. Shiposh, S.
Strike, R. Ponman, C. Buhay, Mr.
Barns-s. Sixth Row: M. Hogan, E.
Andrulcwica, J. Pollard, E. Kropp, H.
Paskcvich, S. Smith.
SOPHOMORE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-
First Row: L. Osinski, M. Yadinski, S.
Kotch, J. Mathias, S. Changgo, D. Strawn,
M. Bvdnarc-hick, L. Porchic-, R. Rynall.
Second Row: E. Justin, M. Kovalic, R.
Greco, L. Olshvfski, B. Rupinski, D.
Santos, C. Sacavagfv, A. Pascavafre, J.
Schivitano. R. Kraft. Third Row: A.
Drumm, R. Ochs, A. Mvssarge, I. Murin,
R. Sincaski, G. Shultz, R. Ostroski, N.
Snyder, R. York. Fourth Row: B.
Kendtor, C. G0ng'l0r, S. Henrio, J. Pat-
rick, M. Olearnick, A. Rhoadvs, J. My-
chack, I. Kornchavage, M. Rvpolla, S.
Hamulla, S. Confair. Fifth Row: J.
Joraski, C. Hamulla, J. Schicitano, S.
Maurer, N. Yarnal, IJ. Potchney, S.
Kulick, A. Hogan, P. Wzxy, L. Chesney,
R. Brown, Sixth Row: Mr. Barnes, A.
Lerch, R. Hurningy M. Olshvfski, M.
Lubeski, G. Kaminski. J. McElw00, M.
Brilla, C. Camp, A. Feddock, E. Fullin.
First Row: R. Royer. R. Brosius, R. Kautter, G. Scisly, J. Sawicki, J. Trione, R.
McFalls. Second Row: W. Rockwell, J. Rupinski, R. Morris, S. Olshefski, R.
Zamboni, W. Repko. Third Row: Mr. C. Karlow, G. Hornberger, D. Noval.
First Row: F. Honicker, A.Takach, M. Kramer, Miss McCarthy. Second
Row: E. Swalding, F. Hornung, H. Burge. Third Row: T. Marnell, K.
Kautter, R. Shapinski.
The members of the Biology Club, with Miss Marie McCarthy as
their advisor, are interested in familiarizing themselves with the anat-
omy and functions of animals and with the structure of plants and
flowers. They are usually students with an avid interest in science
who wish to further their learning in that field. This is accomplished
by the very capable advisor who exemplifies science by her intense
enjoyment of it.
Bottom Row: J. Sawicki, B. Zarko, R. Morris,
G. Hornberger, E. Henninger, C. Elko, A. Vin-
cenzes, J. Breslin, S. Bolick. Second Row: J.
Rupinski, A. Murin, G. Mickalitis, P. Bowes,
W. Albertini, T. Barnes, L. Sharer, D. Novack,
W. Senkowicz, K. Stabinski. Third Row: W.
Blusius, R. Horaschak, T. Marnell, D. Stein-
hart, T. Hindmarch, R. Royer, V. Sentkoski,
R. Zamboni, S. Sinkowicz, C. Maurer. Fourth
Row: Mr. T. Barnes, R. Lee, A. Kozlowski, J.
MaGinis, S. Matukaitis, J. Menapace, C. Mo-
leski, D. Noval, R. Grossman, F. Wolfe, D.
Wilkinson. Fifth Row: G, Coniff, S. Olshef-
ski, J. Hamulla, P. Kotch, R. McFalls, D.
Malick, R. Reiner, R. York, W. Repko, J. May.
Sixth Row: R. Kruskie, F. Morgan, N. Bonjo,
D. Wydra, C. McGee, R. Wysocki, P. Markle.
The Mount Carmel Joint Senior High
School Glee Club is under the direction of Mr.
Timothy Barnes. The students are selected
for membership at the beginning of the Soph-
omore year. The club members participate
in assembly programs and provide Baccalau-
reate, Commencement, the pageants, and the
operettas. Members meet weekly for practice
at a set time.
The Hall Patrol, under the direction of
Mr. C. Karlow is composed of fifteen senior
boys who are assigned to watch the corri-
dors for violators of certain school laws
such as gum chewing, going up the wrong
steps and going to lockers between classes.
These violators are given tickets and must
appear before traffic court each Wednesday
to receive their sentences, which is usually
polishing the auditorium brass or cleaning
The Future Nurses Club is composed of
those students who plan to go into this
field and who wish to obtain a broader
knowledge of it. Miss Leona Kaufman, the
advisor, provides the members with infor-
mation and illustrations of nursing schools
Future Nurses, First Row: Gloria Filoho-
ski, Sally Maurer. Second Row: Arlene
Galazin, Beatrice George. Third Row: Miss
First Row: G. Coniff, P. Neifert, C. Murin, P. Mar-
kle, J. Sansoni, D. Noval, S. Olshefski, A. Murin
R. Brosius, J. Trione, E. Henningfer. Second Row
Mr. Barnes, R. VValker, R. York, R. Reiner, R. Zales-
ki, G. Hornberger, C. Elko, R. Zamboni, M. Masci-
antonio, Il. Maliek. Third Row: T. Barnes, I
Moleski, A. Milun, J. Menapace, S. Bolick, J.
Magennis, J. Hamulla. W. Blusius, C. Lastoski, R.
Mr-Falls, M. Patterino. Fourth Row: A. Pryzblin-
ski, I". Glodek, T. Prezyklop, V. McCoy, C. War-
savage, J. Braggen, P. Pryzie, H. Gekoski, C.
The Hi-Fi Club, under the direction of Mr.
Barnes, aims to increase the appreciation of students
for classical and semi- classical music. Of course it
is not limited to this type of music alone, many
different records of all kinds are played on Mr.
Barnes' Hi- Fi set at every club meeting.
Ozlanki, E. Visotski, V. Stanavage. Fifth Row: R.
Lisiewski, R. Schreffler, W. Senkowicz, G. Mikali-
tis, J. Rupinski. J. Pillar, J. Pollard, H. Paskevich,
R. Penman, A. M. Oras, E. A. Oras, C. Mihalik, L.
Mirello. Sixth Row: A. Mesargr, H. Kobilis, M. Petro-
via, E. Andrulewicz,M. A. Bartosiewicz, B. Carta, C.
Glessman, E. Kropp, V. Taylor, S. Smith, M. Horn-
berger. Seventh Row: W. Tanner, H. Witkoski, J.
Sawacki, C. Smith, R. Kolinoski, C. Buhay, J. Brad-
bury, D. Horan, G. Pesarchik, M. Joyce, D. Karpo-
This club is enjoyed by all who join and is very
entertaining as well as educational.
Officers: President - Steve Bolick, Vice - Pres-
ident -- Ronald Walker.
The library club, under the direction of Miss Edna
Olshefski, is composed of eager young' ladies studying'
to be library assistants.
The girls learn to repair books, and how to use
the library in general. They learn about the Dewey-
Decimal System, the card catalogue, and the placing'
of fiction and non - fiction books.
The library club is also open to all those who wish
to learn the fundamentals of the library without nee-
cessarily being' library assistants.
Officers: President -- Renee Brown, Vice- Presi-
dent - Carol Rushoe, Secretary - Louise Sarfine,
Treasurer - Bernice Sarfine.
First Row, Left to Right: L. Stancavagfe, C. Mains,
E. Bianchi, R. A. Brown. Second Row: A. M. Pachuta,
D. Shiposh, D. Repko, C. Sahutsky. Third Row: E.
Andrulewicz, R. Brown, C. Scicehitano, B. Chesney.
Fourth Row: Miss Olshefski, E. Fellin, M. A. Bubnis,
This year Mr. Mellail organized a club for those
idents interested in Mathematics. The groups meet-
Qs involve a discussion and explaination of various
lthematieal problems. While there is considerable
.erest in the club it is wished that more students
uld avail themselves of its opportunities.
rst Row. Left to Right: C. Elko, F. Wolf, D. Wein-
-, R. Zaleski, Mr. MeHail, Advisor. Second Row: R.
ossman, G. Hornberger, R. Reiner, R. York. Third
w: P. Koteh, R. Zamboni, D. Noval, D. Mychack,
SOPHOMORE BOYS' SPORTS CLUB-First Row: R.
Greco, l.. Varano, C. Stank. Second Row: R. Kruskie,
F. Buracheski, Mr. G. Breslin. Third Row: N. Bonjo,
T. llodrick, W. Repko.
There are three boys sports clubs
with a total membership of over 100
boys. The Sophomore club is under the
leadership of Mr. Breslin, the Juniors
under Mr. Karlow, and the Seniors under
Mr. Terry. During the meetings the
boys discuss and participate in sports
such as football, basketball, track,
wrestling, and baseball. Films of the
football games are shown during some
of the meetings. Besides these activi-
ties the members learn about other
sports and the necessity of fair play.
Future Teachers of America, Officers: Presiden
Isobel Kuliekg Vice President, Timothy Barnes, Secre
tary, Marilyn O'Gara: Treasurer, Patricia Neifer
The Mount Carmel chapter of the F. T. A. wa
instituted in 1958 by Mrs. Mellail. Advisor of the elu
is now Miss Evans. The purpose ot' the elub is t
interest students in the teaching' profession and t
teach them about it.
FUTURE TEACHERS- First Row: I. Kuliek, P. Ne
fert, C. Murin, Miss Evans. Second Row: E. Bridj
S. Ferrari, M. Baynham. Third Row: I.. Sharer, Vl
Albertini, D. Wilkinson, ll. Steinhart. Fourth Row
J. Coniff, P. Bowes, T. Barnes. Fifth Row: P. Markli
ll lilif ii! M'
JUNIOR BOYS' SPORTS CLUB-First
Row: E. McFadden, J. Stabinski, R.
Battista, A. Bagushinski, P. Belfonti,
G. Beeoski, R. Maratellii, ll. Hutko.
Second Row: D. Treseo, D. Confair, F.
Cioeco, C. Dakshaw, D. Tresko, V. Yus-
kowski, Mr. Karlow.
SENIOR BOYS' SPORTS CLUB-First,
Row: R. Brosius, W. Blusius, S. Bolick,
B. Zarko, J. Trione, J. Sawaeki, li.
Witkoski, E. llenninger, A. Vineenzes.
Second Row: J. Coddingrton, M. Halama,
R. DiRienzo, B. Habowski, R. Horosehak,
J. Rupinski, J. Sansoni, G. Mikalitis,
P. Markle. Third Row: A. Murin, T.
Moser, J. Milun, R. Grossman, R. Jablon-
ski, J. DiCinque, R. Pesarehick, J. Mena-
pace, R. Morris. Fourth Row: S. Ol-
shefski, R. Miskell, W. Rockwell, Mr.
fficers: President, Charles Greco, Vice
'rcsidt-nt. William Albertinig Secretary,
conard Guarnag Treasurer, Edward Ko-
The Travel Club is one of the most active
lubs in the school. Its members are taught
ie customs and manners of foreign lands.
lr. lioleske, the advisor, gives the high-
ghts of his trips around the world. A
rip to llershey, Pennsylvania to see the
Je Capades is the main event of the year.
'his year they also traveled to Penn State
iniversity to see the Gymnastic meet.
The Audio-Visual Aids Club is under
ie direction of Mr. Kozlowski. He in-
.ructs the members on the proper way to
pcratc movie cameras, slide projectors
nd tape recorders. The knowledge of
iis type of equipment gained at the
meeting will prove to be very valuable,
mr it might. lead the participating student
do a useful and interesting hobby as well
s direct him in the choice of his ca1'eer.
liDIO-VISUAL CLUB-First Row: R.
loroschak, J. Stabinski, R. Rattista, J.
rione, S. liolick, R. Moratclli, R. l7iRienzo,
J. lilusius, K. Stabinski. Second Row: E.
lenninger, ll. Wcinkle, R. Rowe, F. Wolfe,
. Barnes, A. Koxlowski. ll. Steinhart, G.
cisly, li. llabowski. Third Row: H. Wit-
oski, E. llcromin, R. Mychak, R. Wysocki,
. Sinkovich, F. Morgan, J. McGovern, J.
awicki, V. Yuskoski. Fourth Row: A.
'incenm-s, .l. Coddington, B. Zarko, B.
Pemkoski, C. Maurer, C. Relgio, A. Bagu-
hinski, J. Rupinski. Fifth Row: R. Mis-
ell, R. Morris, J. l5iCinque, J. Sorochka,
1. liakshaw, W. Rockwell, R. Scicchitano,
IAJORETTE CLUB-Girls who are in-
trested in becoming our future baton
Nirlers join this club to be instructed by
lose who already passed the test. This
lub is turned into a lot of fun. Excellent
irection is given by Miss Mayan, who pro-
ides information and illustrations of the
nack of twirling. The girls meet in the
ym to prove their theme of "Practice
'irst Row: Mary Lou Rednaryzk, Judy
Lpurr, Lorraine Ruths, Corinne Forti, Dot
llejzman, Anna Marie Pachuta, Margaret
logan, Eileen Visotski. Second Row:
'lary Womer, Margaret Williams, Ester
Rianchi, Carol Lutman, Concetta Scicchi-
ano, May Anne Rumin, Joan Nestrick,
fHEERLEADER CLUB-The cheerlead-
r club is open to all girls who plan to try
ut for cheerleader and to the cheerleaders.
'he club meets every time a club period is
eld. The meetings usually last about a half
our. In this time the girls acomplish learn-
ig many cheers and the motions to them,
'ith the assistance of Miss Mayan, the club
ponsor, and the cheerleaders.
First Row: L. Ilutnick, M. Halkovich, S.
ltrikc, M. Yasavagc, I. Moleski, I. Kulick,
. Worcik, S. l"errari. M. Roszkowski, Miss
flayan. Second Row: M. Elgin, B. Mur-
lock, M. Karlow, I. Newton, R. Scott, C.
flains, L. Staneavage, A. llobel, M. Yadin-
ki. Third Row: S. Sacavage, P. Zedny-
iick, M. Yakup, E. Matty, C. Santell, E.
Vlillcr, J. Strczcski, l'. Yeager, M. Swine-
PHE PINOCHLE CLUB, under the di-
'ection of Mr. John llogan, is composed of
.hose students who appreciate a fine game
mt' cards and who acquire a feeling of
accomplishment from matching wits with
vther students in the club. The meetings
uf this club take place periodically at which
.imc the members are instructed in fine
'ard playing and are given an opportunity
.o olav a few games.
SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB-First Row: M. A. Slotterback, S. Bressan, L. Stell-
mach, P. Pavloski, E. Sharer, D. Shiposh, F. Chesney, R. Chesney. Second Row:
Mr. C. Boleske, R. Grossman, A, Brosius, P. Cillo, C. Schetroma, S. Rushoe, J.
Clark, E. Klinger, R. Andruscavage.
as . S-.si
First Row: R. Horoschak, S. Bolick, J. Trione, E. Henninger, J. Soroschak, A.
Vincenzes, H. Witkowski, K. Stabinski. Second Row: H. Hudick, B. Byannie
B. Zarko, R. DiRienzo, T. Moser, R. McManiman, S. Sinkovich, R. Morris.
Third Row: T. Howells, A. Rhoades, A. Hummel, A. Drumm, IS. Slicgcl, C. Helt,
R. DiCinque, P. Holubowick, C. Maurer. Fourth Row: P. Britt, A. Akelaitis, V.
Volinoski, F. Radzai, C. Yuskoski, R. Lawler, A. Karlovick, R. Walsh, J. Fallat,
IXL PUBLICATION AND
CARMELITE WEEKLY -
Our two high school pub-
lications are the Carmelite
Weekly, which is published
in the Mount Carmel Item,
and the IXL, which is pub-
lished three times a year,
for Thanksgiving, Valentine's
Day, and Graduation. Each
week sophomore, junior, and
senior girls gather the cur-
rent news of the school and
give it to the editor who se-
lects the most important
news. The Carmelite ty-
pists type the material which
is then sent to the Item
The editor of the IXL
gives out assignments to stu-
dents interested in writing.
It is composed of many inter-
esting editorials. These two
periodicals lead to an avid
interest in journalism.
IXL REPORTERS -- First Row: M. Mihalik, S. Smith, S. Strike, V. Taylor, M. Yasavage, G.
Serovich, I. Wojcik, E. Visotski, R. Suchoski, M. Roszkowski, P. Fracalossi, I. Moleski, M. Yadin-
ski. Second Row: S. Ferrari, M. Halama, L. Hutnick, J. Mosello, E. Sharer, D. Shiposh, I
Kulick, P. Neifert, M. O'Gara, C. Murin, A. M. Oras D. Karpovitch. Third Row: B. Chesney K
Greco, B. Carta, M. Halkovich, L. Stellmach, C. Ozlanski, C. Mihalik, L. Miriello, T. Gragillai Li
Olshefski. Fourth Row: E. Bridy, V. Gissel, C. Adzema, C. Repko, C. Shuder, J. Sebastian, T.
Ladika, M. A. Krakowski, E. A. Oras, A. Butela, S. Knarr, M. A. Slotterback. Fifth Row: Kovalik
R. Ochs, I.. Osinski, P, Cillo, M. A. Bartosiewicz, E. Andrulewicz, J. Pollard, M. Bubnis, M. Baynham
D. Glegzman, S. Bressan, M. Miscavage. Sixth Row: D. Strawn, S. Henrie, M. Olearnick, J. Patrick, Ci
Forti, F. Chesney, P. Glaudel, L. Stancavage, B. Geslock, E. Fracalossi, M. Socoloski, I. Przekop, L.
Rompolski, D. Santos, B. Rupinski, I. Murin, S. Kotch, J. Mathias, B. Greco, S. Chango, M. Hogan,
F. Jablonski, E. Kropp, H. Paskevich, J. Clark, C. Smith, A. Missarge.
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ERS - First Row: S. Ferrari, C. Forti, M. Yasav-
age, P. Neifert, C. Murin, D.Karpoviteh, II. Glejzman
Second Row: A. M. Babilya, M. A. Bartosiewiez
B. Chesney, B. Carta, M. Halkovich, M. Baynham, J
Sebastian, C. Shuder. Third Row: A. Messarpje
M. L. Bednarcyzk, J. Bradbury, F. .Iablonski
Fourth Row: D. Novak, J. Breslin, C. Belgio
Miss H. Carroll.
RIFLE CLUB-The Rifle Club is mostly composed
of boys who go for the out-door life. They're in-
structed how to handle their equipment in and out
of doors. They are also informed of' the correct tech-
nique of hunting. Films are shown of the various
ways of handling' your equipment. Excellent direc-
tion is given by Mr. Menges, who provides lIlI'0I'IIIiI.-
tion and illustrations of the subject.
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First Row: Miss C. Sicicchitano, M. Halkovich, berger. Third Row: J. Sebastian, I. Wojcik, M.
P. Wagner, S. Ferrari, G. Coniff, P. Neifert, T. Roszkowski, M. Yasavage, E. Visotski, C. Smith,
Bonjo, J. Mosello, I. Kulick, C. Murin. Second L, Hutnick, M. Halama, I. Moleski, R. Penman,
Row: R. York, T. Becking, P. Fracalossi, W. G. Serovich, S. Knarr M. Patterino.
Repko, R. Grossman, R. Reiner, C. Elko, G. Horn-
Masque and Gavel is composed of those students their speech in and out of school, and their participation
whose speech is truly commendable. The society is in dramatic productions, as Masque and Gavel is the
designed to promote clean, correct and beautiful speech. honorary society of the Dramatic Clubs.
The members are selected by their grades in English,
The Golden Key is an honor society for those students Evans, is proud of the members inducted at the February
not taking the academic course. The requirements for initiation ceremony. These students will serve as models
membership are high, and these seniors are to be com- C for others in all they do, during and after their school
mended for their scholarship, participation in school days.
affairs, aptitude, and initiative. The adviser, Miss Ruth
M. Halkovich, C. Murin, S. Olshefski, Miss R. Evans, F. Glodek, B. Carta,
ATIU AL H0 llll SIICIETIE
Seated: R. York, C. Elko, Miss K. Billman, G. Hornberber, P. Kotch. Standing: R.
Reiner, E. Sharer, R. McFalls, P. Fracalossi, D. Noval, R. Zamboni, I. Kulick, R.
Walker, J. Hamulla.
To belong to the National Honor Society is one of
the highest honors a senior can attain during his high
school career. Members are selected by a committee of the
'iculty on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership,
and service. These seniors have many opportunities to
Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary
Society for high school journalists. To be a member of
this society, a student must be scholastically in the upper
half of his classg he must have done distinctive work in
some phase of high school journalism: he must be recom-
mended for membership by one of the advisors of journal-
obtain scholarships and financial assistance for their
college education by taking competitive tests, writing
essays, and in other ways. Advised by Miss K. Billman,
the society is very active in group affairs.
ism in his school: and, he must be approved by the
society's executive officer. Seniors who wear the pin of
Quill and Scroll have a right to be proud of their accom-
plishments in high school journalism. Miss Helen Carroll
is the advisor of this society.
Seated: P. Fracalossi, G. Serovich, J. Breslin, R. Reiner. Standing: S. Ferrari, M.
Roszkowski, M. Halkovich, B. Carta, J. Sebastian, C. Shuder, M. Sabol, I. Kulick, I.
Wojcik, J. Mosello, Miss H. Carroll.
ATl0 AL ATHLETIC SUCIETY
First Row: C.Elko, T. Bonjo, J. Menapace, S. Olshef-
ski, R. Royer, P. Markle, Mr. G. Breslin. Second Row:
J. Milun, B. Varano, T. Kulick, G. Hornberger, W.
On May 23, 1958, a National Athletic Society chapter
was established in Mount Carmel High School. Eligibil-
ity for this society is open to all those boys who have
earned a letter in one of the major or minor sports, and
whose rank is in the upper-half of his class at the end
Repko, G. Scisly, R. Grossman. Third Row: P.
Kotch, R. DiRienzo, R. Kautter.
of the first semester in their senior year. Mr. Breslin
is the faculty advisor. The officers are: President,
Stanley Olshefskig Vice President, Pershing Markle:
Secretary, Joseph Menapaceg Treasurer, Robert Royer.
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Gerry receives the Masque and Gavel song
Jerry speaks to Masque and Gavel
Newly elected Candidates l
BA EBALL I ACTIO
Playing consistently good BASEBALL, the Red and White,
under the coaching of Mr. Theodore Andrulewicz, captured the
championship of the strong North Schuykill League in its first
The mound core, consisting of Jim Darrup, Jake Dermedi,
Jack Slotterback, and Sam Williams, pitched the "Big Red"
to fourteen consecutive winning games. Jake Dermedi led the
pitching staff with 6 victories and 2 defeats. Sam Williams
followed with 4 victories and 1 defeat. All four of his victories
came by way of shutouts. He had an 8-0, 2-hit shutout over
Ashland, a 5-0, 1-hit shutout over Mahanoy Twp., a 4-0, 3-hit
shutout over Shenandoah, and he finished the year with a
2-0, 4-hit shutout over Shamokin in the District IV Playoff.
Jim Darrup and Jack Slotterback were both undefeated for the
Red and White, Darrup having a 3-0 record, Slotterback a
In league competition Mount Carmel won 13 and lost 2,
finishing one full game ahead of Ashland and Mahanoy Town-
ship who were tied for second place. As for post season
games, we defeated Shamokin 2-0 in the District Four Playoffs
but lost to West Snyder 7-1 in the District Four-District Elevei
Mount Carmel ended up with a team batting average o
1339, while.outscoring their opponents 161-51. Sam William
and Jerry Scisly had the most hits on the club, both gathering
26 apiece. Jacko Sawicki led the team in the most runs depart
ment by crossing the plate 15 times. Sam Williams, who lef
the team with a .441 batting average, was followed by Jackl
Sawicki with a .385 batting average, Jerry Scisly with a .38
batting average, and Jim Darrup with a .379 batting average
Mount Carmel as a team ended up with 190 hits in 18 games
At the end of the season, the Tornadoes lost eight seniors
but they have six lettermen coming back, so we can lool
forward to a fine team next year. Our boys ended up with 1
team record of 15 wins and 3 losses, the best record compilet
in the past few years. To the head coach of our fine team
"Pop" Andrulewicz, we give our heartiest congratulations
"a job well done."
First Row, Left to Right: Bob Pesarchick, CF,
Tom Beierschmitt, Manager, Rodger Clark,
Manager. Second Row: John Rupinski, RF,
Ed Shebelski, LF, Jerry Scisly, C, Jim
Darrup, SS, Rodger Williams, IB, Jack Slot-
terback, 3B, Sam Williams, P, Jacko Sawicki,
2B, Clem Stank, IB. Third Row: Bob Bar-
ret, LF, Lloyd Varano, CF, Ernest Swaldi,
RF, Al Tresco, CF, Jake Dermedi, P, Norm
Bonjo, C, Ron Grossman, Manager, Jim
Howells, 2B, Theodore Andrulewicz, Coach.
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lt was all like the story, but Walt Disney could not have done better
han the Juniors who participated in helping PREPARE FOR THE PROM.
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The CROWNING oi' the PROM QUEEN is the
climax ol' every prom. Two weeks before the prom
the senior boys hold an election and vote for the
girl of their choice. The name of the queen is a
closely guarded secret until the moment of the
crowningx Each candidate must have the following'
qualifications: she must be a senior, she must be
attractive, popular, and sparkling with personality.
Last year's queen was Miss Catherine Lucas, mem-
bers of her court were Misses Beverly Maurer,
Patricia Guarna, Carole Boyle, and Sandra Falkie.
Our queen was crowned by 1958's choice, Miss Carol
ln keeping' with our theme, "The Glass Slipper,"
and in addition to the prom queen, a Senior girl was
also chosen Miss Cinderella. She was Miss Teena
Pulaski. After the announcement of her name, Miss
Pulaski was presented with a glass slipper and was
escorted to her beautifully decorated carriage in
which she was then drawn around our Fairyland
for all to see.
The Prom Queen, her court and Cinderella - Sitting: Cinder-
ella, Teena Pulaski, Queen, Catherine Lucasg Court, Carole Boyle,
Beverly Maurer. Standing, Looking on: Carol Pesarchick, Pat
Guarna, Sandra Falkie.
l,et's run, Saml.
To you, Miss Cinderella.
What's so funny? But, I do: t wanna dance!
w Boys, the Army can offer you
The seventh annual CAREER CONFERENCE,
sponsored by the Mount Carmel Rotary Club and the
Mount Carmel Area Joint School District, was held
on March 31, 1959.
Career Day consisted of a general assembly of
students in the Victoria theatre at 9:45 a.m., and
two series of classroom conferences in the after-
Maxwell E. Hannum, a representative of the
National Association of Manufacturers, addressed
the assembly with the subject, t'The Clock and the
Calendar." John Hoch, Dean of instruction at
Bloomsburg State College, posed the question,
"Where Do We Go From Here ?"
The students were also addressed by Mr. Vin-
cent McHail, principal of the Mount Carmel Joint
Senior High Schoolg Mr. Gerald Beierschmitt, super-
intendent of the Mount Carmel Joint School Dis-
trictg and by Mr. Albert Ross of the Kulpmont
There was a brief musical interlude be-
tween the speeches.
Guidance conferences were held in the
afternoon. From the many fields available,
each student had a choice of two in which he
or she was the most interested.
Several of these fields are:
The Armed Forces
The art of the bcautician . . . DI'2lfI'12itlCS
conducted by mem-
bers of those par-
Career Day prov-
i ed to be a highly in-
formative and Valu-
able aid to the stu-
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September of 1957 marked the date of en-
trance of the Class of 1960 to Mount Carmel Joint
Senior High School. After a hilarious initiation
at the hands of the seniors, we gradually adjusted
to our studies and our money - making campaigns
for our class treasury. The class got off and
winging on the right foot as we enjoyed a success-
ful card campaign. To further augment the
class treasury, we also held a few dances through-
out the year.
As Juniors we returned to our wonderful
high school and almost immediately embarked on
our magazine campaign, which was a resounding
success. Participation in-class assemblies, school
plays and pageants, and a few dances of our own
made the days pass so quickly that before we
knew it, Junior Prom time had approached. The
Prom with its "Cinderella Theme" turned out to
be one of the most gorgeous and wonderful af-
fairs ever held at our school.
Soon we are seniors and we enjoy our rather
lofty status here at school. Our football season
was one full of thrills and when it was all over,
the boys had left behind them a very impressive
record of 8 wins 2 losses and 1 tie. Although
Thanksgiving meant the end of pep-rallies and
parades, it marked the beginning of basketball.
In December we held our Christmas Pageant.
Before we knew it, February had arrived and it
was time for the much' awaited initiations into
the different Honor Societies. March brought our
operetta, "Gypsy 'I1roubadour" which was so
much fun preparing and performing, As the
days grew few we looked toward Commencement
and Baccalaureate with mixed emotions. And so
with these last two ceremonies we conclude our
high school days. In leaving we will take with
us many fond memories of our school which we
will always cherish. We will also leave with the
self-assurance that our past experiences in the
classroom has helped to prepare us to more fully
meet the demands of today's world.
Cuiest - Tom Banjo, Mzlrgrzxret Szxbwl
Runner - up- Robert I's-sznrn-hiek, Michzwlim- Ilullmvivh
er 4 - N,
Hes! Dancer - Earl Henninger, Pat Fracalossi
Runner - up- Bill lla-pkn, Irene Moleski
Best Dressed - John Rupinski. Fzlthy Greco
Runner - up - Robert Royer, .luyee Moselln
Handsomest Boy - Robert Royer
Prettiest Girl - Vicky Taylor
Most Popular - Joe Memxpuce, Mickie Halkovich Runner ' UD ' Ge0l'L50 Mi4'k11litiS, M1111-l'1ll'0t S21b0l
Runner - up - Paul Wagner, Sylvia F0l'I'iIl'l
Most Pleasing Personality - Paul Wagner, Sylvia Ferrzlri
Runner - up - Jerry Scisly, Ruth Penmun
Most Uourteous - Jerry Coniff, Joyce Mosello
Runner - up - John Breslin, Elaine Kropp
Most likely to Succeed - Robert York, Carol Murin
Runner - up - George Ilornbcrgcr, Isobel Kulick
Best Student - Charles
Elko, Isobel Kulick
Runner - up - George
Friendliest-Mike Hulama, Elaine Kropp Wittiest - Tom Kulick, Virginia Sl,2lll1lV2l.f,I0
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Andruelewica, Eleanor M.
Genial disposition - inlet - shy
Glee Club , 3: Travel C ub 1: Cheer-
leader Club 2: Dramatic Club 2 3:
Volleyball Intramurals 2: Hi- Fi Club
3: Li rarian 3: Carmelite Reporter 3:
IJXL Reporter 3: Christmas Pageant
Andruscavage, Robert T.
Ace Photographer - Liked by all
Biology Clu 1: Photo rapher assem-
bly 2: Stagecraft Club 2: Yearbook
Photographer 3: DJ at Dances 3:
Trave Club 3.
Artman, John H.
Hails from the Ga - Likes to hunt
Boys Sports 2: Riflje Club 3.
Babllya, Anna M.
Artistic ability - Boys delight -
Basketball Intramurals 'l, 2, 3: Volley-
ball lntramurals 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2,
3: Cheerleaders Club 2: Prom Com-
mittee 2: IXL Artist 2, 3: Christmas
Pageant 2, 3: Stagecraft Club 3:
Yearbook Staff 3: peretta 3: IXL
Bartosiewicz, Mary Ann E.
guiet Manner - Sweet disposition
ravel Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: IXL
Reporter 1, 2, 3: IXL Artist 1, 2, 3:
Hi-Fi Club 2, 3: Student Council 2:
Carmelite Reporter 2, 3: Librarian
2: Christmas Pageant 2.
Bsynham, Marilyn J.
Amiable - Cute - Sweet disposition
IXL Artist 1, 2, 3: IXL Reporter 1,
2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Carmelite
Reporter 2, 3: Travel Club 1: I-li-Fi
Club 2: Sta ecraft Club 3: Carmelite
Typist 3: Christmas Pageant 2 3:
Future Teachers of America Club 3:
Operetta 3: Art and Lay-out Staff
o Yearbook 3.
Becking: Thomas R.
Stage and - Drives a Buick -
aft Club 1 2 3 rts and
Stagecr . - 2 Spo
Games 1: Volleyball 1: Masque and
Bluslus, William A.
Quiet - Small in stature - Hunter
Pinochle Club 1: Sports Club 2: Hi-
Fi Club 3.
Bolick, Steve M.
Terrific personalitg - Great athlete
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: ramatic Club 1 2,
ag Hi-Fi Club 1, 2, sg sports Club
1, 2, 3:0 eretta 3: Football 1, 2, 3:
Basketball. 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Prom
Committee 2: Christmas Pageant 3:
Baseball 3: Volleyball Intramurals 1,
2, 3: Basketball ntramurals 1, 2, 3:
Bonjo, Thomas G.
Handsome - Active stage hand
Basketball 1: Football 1, 2, 3: Dra-
matic Club 1, 2, 3: Stagecraft Club
1, 2 3: Sports Club 1, 2, 3: Stage
hand 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee :
Letterman's Club 3: Intramurals 1,
2: Masque and Gavel: National Ath-
Boyd, Norman D.
Shy - Reserved Manner
Travel Club 2: Rifle Club 3.
Bradbury, Jean H.
Likeable - Blond - Lo?uacious
Travel Club 2: Basketball ntramurals
2: Hi-Fi Club 3: IXL Typist 3.
Breslin, John R.
M.C.I'I.S.'s Liberace - Happy go
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2,
3' Biology Club 1: Travel Club 2, 3:
Mimeographer 1, 2, 3: Christmas
Pageant 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 3' Quill
an Scroll 3: Carmelite Weekly Ty-
pist 3: Dramatic Club Pianist 1, 2, 3:
Operetta Accompanist 3: Christmas
Pageant Accompanist 3: Assembly
Pianist and Organist 3.
Bressan, Sarah M.
Faithful friend - Sweet natured
Travel Club 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3:
I-li-Fi Club 2: IXL Reporter 1, 2,
3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Christmas
Pageant 2: Volleyball Intramurals
2, 3: Basketball ntramurals 2, 3.
Broaius, Alfred J.
Carefree - Content - Seldom seen
Nature Club 1: Travel Club 2, 3.
Brosius, Richard J.
Basketball whiz - Track star -
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Student
Council 1: Sports Club 1, 2, 3: I-Ii -Fi
Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Hot
Rod Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Patrol 3:
Intramurals, 2, 3.
Bubnis, Mary Ann
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Demure - Sweet natured - Cute
Travel Club 2: Volleyball 2, 3' Li-
brarian 3: Dramatic Club 3' Stage
can Club sg ea ketbali a: Glee club
3: Operetta 3: IXL Reporter 3:
Christmas Pageant 3.
Buhay, Carol A.
Flirtatious - Natural blonde tresses
Basketball Intramurals 2, 3: Travel
Club 2: Glee Club 3: Hi-Fi Club 3:
Christmas Pageant 3: IXL Typist 3.
Petite - Polite - Sincere
Travel Club 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Cheer-
leader Club 2: Carmelite Reporter 2,
3: IXL Reporter 2, 3: Volleyball 2.
Carta, Berdine M.
Tiny - Shy - Honor student
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Future Secretaries
1: IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3: Carmelite
Reporter 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3:
Vo leyball Intramurals 2: Christmas
Pageant 2 3: Prom Committee 2:
Hi-Fi Club ag IXL Typist 3: Year-
book Typist 3: Progqram Seller 3:
Operetta 3: Golden ey: Quill and
Scroll: Yearbook Solicitor 1.
Chesney, Barbara L.
Efficient - Trustworthy - Nice
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Stage Craft Club 1:
IXL Typist 3: IXL eporter 1, 2, 8:
Travel Club 2, 3 Christmas Pageant
2, 3: Basketball Intramurals 2: Li-
brarian 3: Program Seller 3: Band 1.
Chesney, Felicia M.
Ardent band member - Amicable
Band 1, 2, 3: Band Treasurer 3:
Future Secretaries 1: Travel Club 2,
3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club
2, 3: Carmelite Reporter 2, 3: IXL
Reporter 2, 3: Basketball Intramurals
2, 3: Volleyball Intramurals 2, 3:
Christmas Pagieant 2, 3: Advertising
Staff of Year ook 3: Librarian 2, 3.
Cillo. Patricia M.
Dependable - Black curly hair
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: IXL Reporter 2, 3:
Carmelite Regorter 2, 3: ravel Club
2, 3: Basket all 3: Volleyball 3.
Clark, Judith A.
Thoiiightful - Pleasant - Jovial
Hi- i Club 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Travel
Club 2, 3: Volleyball Intramurals 2:
Basketball Intramurals 3: IXL Re-
Coddington, James R.
Carefree - Friendly - Loads of fun
Track 2, 3: Volleyball Intramurals 2,
3: Basketball Intramurals 2: Short
Wave Club 2: Hot Rod Club 2: Sports
Coniff, Gerald W.
Courteous - Well liked - Good
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1'
Hi-Fi Club 1, 2, 3: student Council
1, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 1: Cap-
tain of Card Campaign 1: Captain
of Magazine Campaign 2: Prom Com-
mittee 2: Operetta 1, 3: Yearbook
Staff 3: Future Teachers of America
3: President of Masque and Gavel:
Chairman of Name Card Campaign 3.
Covaleski, Fred S.
Drives a Chevy - I-Iails from Atlas
Boys Sports Club 1: Automobile Club
2: Rifle Club 3.
Water boy - Nice to know - Small
Pinochle Club 1: Track 2, 3: Rifle
Club 3: Football Manager 2, 3: Short
Wave Club 2: Volleyball Intramurals
2, 3: Cross Country 3.
DiCinque, Joseph A.
Ladies man - Comical - Outdoors
olleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Sports
Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 3.
Dillienzo, Robert J.
What a buildl- - Never serious -
Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Rifle
Club 1, 2, 3: Sports Club 1, 2, 3:
National Athletic Societg 3: Basket-
ball Intramurals 1, 2, : Volleyball
Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Base-
ball 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
Dillienzo, Victor M.
Auto enthusiast - One of the shop
Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Sports Club 1, 2,
3: Baseball 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1:
Glee Club 1.
Elko, Charles J.
Intelligent - -Dry sense of humor
Pinochle Club 1: Track 1, 2, 3: Dra-
matic Club 1, 2, 3: Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2:
Hi-Fi Club 3: Cross Countg' 3:
Christmas Pageant 3: National onor
Society: 'National Athletic Scholar-
ship Society: Masque and Gavel:
Glee Club 3: Operetta 3: Math Club 3.
Seldom seen after school - Mechan-
Rifle Club 3.
Evert, Carl I-l.
Unusual - Boisterous
Pinochle Club 1: Hot Rod Club 2:
Boys Sports Club 2: Rifle Club 3:
Shop Boys Refinishing Club 3.
Curly hair - Quiet - Small stature
Sports and games 1: Rifle Club 3.
Fallat, James S.
Friendly nature -- Calm - Pleasant
Band 2, 3: Radio Club 2: Auto Club
2: Pinochle Club 3.
Ferrari, Silvia M.
Pretty c eerleader - Personality
plus - Sweet
Class Vice President 1, 2, 3: Student
Council 1, 3: Field Day Attendant 1,
2: Card Campaign Captain 1: Maga-
zine Campaign usiness manager 2:
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Cub 1,
2, 3: IXL Artist 1, 2, 3: Carmelite
Regorter 2, 3: Carmelite Editor 3:
IX Editor 3: IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3:
Stage Craft Club 1: Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader Club 2, 3:
Prom Committee 2: Christmas Pai-
eant 2, 3: Basketball Intramural ,
3: Concession Stand 2: Future Teach-
ers Club 3: Oneretta 3: Literary
Staff of Yearboo 3: Quill and Scroll:
Masque and Gavel: Cheerleader 3.
Forti, Corinne E.
Attractive majorette - Reserved -
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2 3: Bas-
ketball Intramurals 2, 3: Ma'orette
Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: IJlL Re-
porter 1, 2, 3: Stadium Usher 1, 2:
Christmas Pageant 1, 2: Dramatic
Club 2, 3: Travel Club 2: Prom Com-
mittee 2: IXL Typist 3: Majorette 3.
Fracalossi, Patricia A.
Attractive - Well poised - Good
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Stagecraft Club 1,
3: Secretary of Stagecraft Club 3:
Concession Stand 2: Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3: Cheerleader Club 2: IXL Re-
porter 1, 2, 3: Carmelite Reporter 2,
3: IXL Artist 2: Homecoming At-
tendant 3' Basketball Intramurals 2,
3: Volleyball Intramurals 1 2, 3:
Card Campaign 1: Christmas Pageant
2 3: Prom Committee 2: Operetta 3:
Yearbook Editor 3: National Honor
Society: Masque and Gavel: Quill and
Garcia, Michael P.
Jgyial - Able hunter - Unpredict-
Sportsman Club 1: Automobile Club
2: Rifle Club 3: Volleyball Intra-
murals 2, 3.
Glelzman, Dorothy M.
Cute - High's strutter - Sunny
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3: Basketball Intramurals
2, 3: Majorette Club 1: Carmelite
Reporter 1, 2: IXL Reporter 1, 2:
Prom Committee 2: Hi-Fi Club 2:
Dramatic Club 2, 3: Christmas Pa-
geant 2: Majorette 3: Carmelite Typ-
ist 3: IXL Typist 3: Travel Club 3.
fglfiililla, Charlotte il . I.
r a erina -- ways ging
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Mglsurette
Club 1: Travel Club 2: Basketball
Intramurals 2, 3: Volleyball Intra-
murals 2: Hi- Fi Club 3.
Glodek, Francis M.
Science fiction fan - Imaginative
Wrestling 1: Sports Club 1, 2: Hi-Fi
Club 3: President of Golden Key
Honor Society 3.
Goodlunis, Marilyn L.
Blond personality - Pleasing per-
Glee Club 1: Cheerleaders Club 1 2'
Bridge Club 3: Band 1, 2: Volleyball
Intramurals 1, 2: Basketball Intra-
Gragilla, Theresa A.
Neat in appearance - Gentle - Kind
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader Club
1, 2: Volleyball Intramurals 2: Prom
Committee 2: Christmas Pageant 2:
Bridge Club 3: IXL Reporter 3:
Carmelite Reporter 3.
Greco, Kathleen A.
Future model - Vivacious - Pretty
Travel Club 2: Dramatic Club 2, 3:
Glee Club 2, 3: Secretary of Glee Club
3: Vice President of Sta Craft Club
3: Volleyball Intramural: 2 3: Bas-
ketball ntramurals 2, 3: Christmas
Pageant 3: Operetta 3.
Grossman, Robert J.
Jester - Confident - Mathemati-
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1
2, 35 Basketball 1, 2 35 Basketball
Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 15 Boys
Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Christmas Pag-
eant 1, 2, 35 Student Council 15 Co -
lege Prep Club 15 Hi-Fi Club 1, 25
Card Campaign Captain 15 Prom
Committee 25 Magazine Campaign
Captain 25 Math Club 35 Travel Club
35 Operetta 35 Masque and Gavel5
National Athletic Scholarship Soci-
ety5 Yearbook Staff 35 Track 35 Base-
Habowski, Bruce J.
Strong and sturdy - Carefree -
Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35
Baseball 35 I-Ii-Fi Club 15 S rts
Club 2, 35 Basketball Intramurallii 1,
2, 35 Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3.
Halama, Margaret A.
Pert and pretty - Pleasant - Re-
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1 2,
35 IXL Reporter l, 2, 35 Camielite
Reporter 1, 2, 35 Stage Craft Club 1,
35 Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Basketbal Intramurals 2, 35 Cheer-
leader Club 25 Concession Stand 25
Operetta 2, 35 Prom Committee 25
ghriitmas Pageant 2, 35 Masque and
Halama, Michael A.
Studiy shy - Happy go lucky -- Auto
Hot Rod Club 25 Sports Club 3.
Halkovich, Micllaeline A.
Peppy cheerleader - A- 1 personal-
ity - Ty ical teen
Student Council 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1,
2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Class
Secretary 1, 2, 35 Carmelite Reporter
1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 35 IXL
Editor 35 Carmelite Editor 35 IXL
Typist 35 Stagecraft Club 15 Volley-
bal Intramurals 1, 2 35 Basketball
Intramurals 2, 35 Field Day Attend-
ant 1, 25 Yearbook Solicitor 1, 25
Operetta 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 2,
35 Prom Committee 25 Cheerleader
Club 2, 3' Cheerleader 35 Golden Key:
Quill and Scroll5 Masque and Gavel.
Hamulla, John M.
Devilish - Cordial - Independent
Pinochle Club 15 Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Hi-Fi Club 1, 2, 35
Glee Club 2, 35 Sports Club 25 Prom
Committee 25 National Honor Soci-
ety5 Math Club 35 Christmas Pageant
I-Ienninger, Earl D.
Class cut-up - Good dancer -
Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Bas-
ketball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Hi-Fi
Club 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Glee
Club 1, 35 Operetta 85 Christmas
Pageant 35 Dramatic Club 3.
Hogan, Margret J.
Twirls for .C.H.S. - Pretty blue
eyes - Friendly
Glee Club 1, 25 Majorette Club 1, 25
Majorette 35 Volleyball Intramurals
1, 35 IXL Artist 15 Basketball Intra-
murals 25 IXL Reporter 2, 35 Stadium
Usher 1, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35
Christmas Pageant 2, 3.
I-Iolubowica, Paul J.
Tacltfig - Seldom seen after school
Emllgball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Sports
Club 15 Basketball Intramurals 2, 35
Travel Club 25 Pinochle Club 3.
Hornberger, George M.
Brainy - Fun oving - Mannerlg
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Clu
15 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Spzmrts Club 25
Cross Country 2, 35 Trac 2, 35 Prom
Committee 25 Hi- Fi Club 35 Glee
Club 35 National Honor Society5 Ath-
letic Scholarship Society5 Masque and
Gavel5 Operetta 35 C ristmas Pag-
eant 35 Math Club 8.
Horoschak, Robert P.
Rambunctious - Amiable - Carefree
Wrestlin 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35
Volleybag Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Bas-
ketball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Boys
S rts Club 1, 2, 35 Pinochle Club 15
Clie Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 25
Hi - Fi Club 2, 3.
I-Iutnick, Louise M. -
Rah - Rah girl - Green eyes - Liked
by all .
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1,
2, 35 IXL Re rter 1, 2 35 Carmelite
Reporter 1, 21:0 35 Cheerleader Club 2,
35 Cheerleader 35 Volleyball Intra-
murals I, 2, 35 Basketball Intramurals
2, 35 Christmas Pageant 1, 2. 35 Stu-
E lllll DlllECTOIlY
dent Council 25 Operetta 2, 35 Con-
cession Stand 25 Stage Craft Club 15
Prom Committee 25 Masque and
Jablonski, Frances M.
Short'n sweet - Amiable - Loqua-
Glee Club 15 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 35
Majorette Club 15 Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Basketball Intramurals
25 Carmelite Reporter 15 Dramatic
Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 25 I-Ii-Fi
Club 25 Travel Club 35 IXL Typist 35
glearbook Typist 35 Concession Stand
Jablonski, Ronald J.
Easy to get along with - seldom seen
Hi - Fi C ub 15 olleyball Intramurals
1, 2, 35 Basketball Intramurals 1, 25
Pinochle Club 15 Travel Club 25 Rifle
Club 35 Sports Club 2, 3.
Joyce, Margaret K.
Good natured - Sincere - Talkative
Travel Club 25 Basketball Intramurals
2, 35 Hi-Fi Club 35 Volleyball Intra-
murals 2, 35 Concession Stand 3.
Kalinowski, Stanley J.
Sportsman - One of the shop boys
Sports Club 1, 25 Rifle Club 35 Base-
ball 35 Volleyball Intramurals 3.
Karpovitch, Dolores J.
Mischievous - Lively - Zealous
Glee Club 1, 25 Stadium Usher 1, 2,
35 Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Basketbal Intramurals 2, 35 Cheer-
leader Club 15 Pinochle Club 25 Car-
melite Typist 35 Yearbook Typist 35
Concession Stand 35 Hi-Fi Club 35
IXL Reporter 3.
Kasenych, John A.
Centralia fellow - Quiet
Boys Sports Club 2, Rifle Club 3.
Keretski, Peter G.
Everybody's friend - Cool! - Jolly
Sports and Games 1, 2, 3.
Klinger, Eleanor V.
Obliging - Basketball whiz -
Travel Club 1, 2, 35 Volle ball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Basketball Intramurals
2, 35 Program Seller 3.
Knarr, Sandra M.
Beautiful complexion - Well groomed
Dramatic Club 35 Masque and Gavel
35 IXL Reporter 35 Stage Craft Club
35 Glee Club 35 Christmas Pageant 35
Basketball Intramurals 35 Volleyball
Intramurals 35 Operetta 35 Thespian
Curly, blond hair - Silent type -
One of the Atlas crew
Sports Club 1, 25 Rifle Club 35 Volley-
ball Intramurals 2, 35 Shop Boys Re-
finishing Club 3.
Kotch, Paul R.
Nice to have around - Honor student
Basketball 15 Boys Sports Club 1, 25
Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Card Campaign
Captain 15 Magazine Campaign Cap-
tain 25 Track 2, 35 Dramatic Club
2, 35 Prom Committee 25 Hi-Fi Club
35 Cross Country 35 Math Club 35
National Honor Society5 Athletic
Scholarship Society5 Operetta 35
Christmas Pageant 35 Baseball 35
Glee Club 3.
Krakowski, Mary Ann G.
Friend to all - Quiet - Sincere
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Carmelite Re orter
1, 2, 35 IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3' Sltage-
craft Club 15 Future Teachers of
America Club 2, 35 Hi-Fi Club 35
Volleyball Intramurals 2, 35 Basket-
ballt gntramurals 25 Christmas Pag-
Kropp, Elaine M.
Adorable -- Full of fun - Helpful
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Travel Club 15
Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 35 Field Day
Attendant 1, 25 Cheerleader Club 25
Dramatic Club 2, 35 Basketball Intra-
murals 2, 35 IXL Reporter 2, 35 Car-
melite Reporter 2, 35 Prom Committee
25 Magazine Campai n Captain 25
Concession Stand 25 Hi-Fi Club 3'
Homecoming Court 35 Volleyball
Intramurals 35 Operetta 35 Conces-
sion Stand 35 Queen of Hearts Can-
Kuklinski, Janice M.
Giddy - Capricious - Sociable
Glee Club 15 Majorette Club 15 Vol-
leyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 IXL Re-
porter 1, 25 IXL Artist 15 Basketball
ntramurals 2, 35 Travel Club 2, 35
Dramatic Club 2, 35 Stadium Usher
25 Concession Stand 3.
Kulick, Isobel M.
Faithful Rah Rah girl - Intelligent
Stagecraft Club 15 Student Council 15
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Glee
Club 1, 2, 35 Card Campaign Captain
15 Operetta 2, 35 Prom Committee 25
Cheerleader Club 2, 35 Cheerleader 35
Future Teachers Club 2, 35 Basket-
ball Intramurals 2, 35 Dramatic' Club
2, 35 Carmelite Reporter 2, 35 IXL
Reporter 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 35
Yearbook Literary Staff 35 Masque
and Gavel5 Quill and Scroll5 National
Kulick, Thomas J.
Clown -- Easy going - Shuns school
Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35
Sports C ub 1, 2 35 Basketball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Volleyball Intramurals
1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 35 Base-
ball 35 National Athletic Honor Soci-
Kutza, Thomas J.
Disc Jockey - Easy going - Romeo
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2,
35 Biologg' Club 15 IXL Reporter 1, 2,
35 Volley all Intramurals 1, 25 Hi - Fi
:Club 2, 35 Disc Jockey 35 Color Guard
Ladika, Tanya L.
Thoughtful - Friendly - Talkative
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Future Secretaries
15 Band 1, 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 1,
25 Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Card Campaign Captain 15 Student
Council 25 Dramatic Club 2, 3' Bas-
ketball Intramurals 2, 35 Future
Teachers Club 25 Hi-Fi Club 25
Prom Committee 25 Operetta 25 IXL
Reporter 2, 35 Magazine lCampaign
Captain 25 Literary Club 25 Program
Seler5 Carmelite Reporter 3.
Laskoski, Carl R.
Red wavy hair - Easy going -
Sports and Games Club 15 Sports
Club 1, 2, 35 Volleyball Intramurals
1, 2, 35 Basketball Intramurals 2, 35
Rifle Club 25 I-Ii - Fi Club 3.
Short - Quiet - Troublesome
Boys Sports Club 25 Rifle Club 3.
Lisiewski, Robert J.
Tease - Jovial - "Rip's" buddy
Pinochle Club 15 Boys Sports Club 25
Hi - Fi Club 35 Volleybal Intramurals
2, 35 Basketball Intramurals 3.
Malick, David N.
Happry go lucky - Quiet - Amiable
Foot all 15 Wrestlin 15 Sports Club
1, 25 Track 15 Vollefball Intramurals
1, 2, 35 Basketball ntramurals 1, 2,
35 Hi- Fi Club 35 Glee Club.
Markle, Pershing W.
Perpetual tease - Easy going -
Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2 35
Track 1, 2, ag spam Club 1, 2, vol-
leyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Hi-Fi
Club 35 National Athletic Scholarship
Society5 Future Teachers Club 3.
Masciantonio, Martin J.
Trumpeter - Shy - Quiet
Sports Club 1, 25 Hi - Fi Club 35
Band 1, 2, 3.
Mc Falls, Richard K.
Dependable - Droll -- Good looking
Sports and Games Club 15 Volleyba
Intramurals 1, 2 35 Basketball Intra-
murals 1, 25 Prom Committee 25
Boys Sports Club 25 Hi-Fi Club 3'
Glee Club 35 Hall Patrol 35 National
Mehlbaum, Raymond J.
Centralia boy - Quiet - Shy
Boys Sports Club 25 Rifle Club 3.
Menapace, Joseph D.
Mr. President - Answer to a maid-
en's prayer - Tease
President of Class 1 2, 35 Football
1, 2, a- J.v. Basketball 1, 2, Track 1,
2, 35 Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Boys
Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1,
2, 35 Prom Committee 25 Christmas
Pageant 35 National Athletic Scholar-
Mickalitis, George A.
Sharp dresser - Good looking -
ggotball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35
Wrestling 15 Volleyball Intramurals
1, 2 35 Basketball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Hi-ri Club 1, ap spam club 2,
Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club 3.
Mihalik, Charlotte A.
Pleasant - Sincere - Neat
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Travel Club 15
Cheerleader Club 25 Prom Committee
25 Christmas Pageant 25 Hi- Fi Club
35 LXL Reporter 35 Carmelite Report-
Mllun, Joseph P.
Red Tornado - Unconcerned - Hails
Football 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2, 3,
Wrestling 1, Track 1, Volleyball In-
tramurals 2, 3.
Mlnnlch, Robert D.
Good worker - Drives a Pontiac
Boys Sport Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 3.
Dependable - Agreeable - Sincere
Travel Club 1, lee Club 1, 2, 3,
Cheerleader Club 2, Prom Committee
2, Christmas Pageant 2, I-Ii-Fi Club
3, Carmelite Reporter 3, IXL Report-
Miskell, Robert L.
Has a hot station wagon - Tornado
center - Carefree
Football 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Track
5, gi, Baseball 3, Sports and Games
Moleski, Irene L.
Cheerleader - Pretty eyes - Good
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1,
2, 3, Stagecraft Club 1, Hi-Fi Club
1: Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, Cheer-
leader Club 2, 3, Carmelite Reporter
2, 3, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Operetta 2,
3: Concession Stand 2, Christmas
Pageant 2, 3, Prom Committee 2,
Cheerleader 3, Masque and Gavel.
Morris, Richard L.
Red Hot Tornado - Jolly - Shuns
Boys Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1,
2, 3, G ee Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, Basket-
ball Intramurals 1, 2, Co-captain
Football 3, Hi - Fi Club 3.
Mosello, Joyce E.
Real cute cheerleader - Sharp dress-
er - Personality plus
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, Stagecraft Club 1, Volleyball In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3, Basketball Intra-
murals 2, 3, IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3,
Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 3, Cheer-
leader Club 2, 3, Student Council 2
,Corresponding Sec.J, 3 fRecording
Sec.l, Concession Stand 2, Easter
Pageant 2, Operetta 2, 3, Magazine
Campaign Captain 2, Prom Commit-
tee 2, Cheerleader 3, Christmas Pag-
eant 3, Quill and Scroll, Maeve and
Gavel, Literary Staff of Year ook 3.
Moser, Thomas A.
Witty - Likes horses - Boisterous
Sports and Games 1, 3, Stage hand
1, 2, Travel Club 2.
Morin, Albert F.
Always with the boys - Ladies' man
- Shuns school
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Sports and Games
1, 2, Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Basketball ntramurals 1, 2, 3, Travel
Club I, Pinochle Club 1, Glee Club 2,
3, Hi-Fi Club 3, Sports Club 3.
Murin, Carol V.
Talented vocalist - Faithful -
Travel Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Christmas
Pageant 1, 2, 3, IXL Reporter 1, 2,
3, Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, Volleyball
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Basketball Intra-
murals 2, Easter Pageant 2, Operetta
2. 3, Student Counci 2, Golden Key,
Masgue and Gavel, Carmelite Typist
3, I L Typist 3, Yearbook Literary
Staff 3,1-Ii-Fi Club 2, 3, Future
Teachers Club 3.
Neifert, Patricia C.
Infectious laugh -- Witty - Zealous
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, Stage Craft Club 1, 3, IXL Repor-
ter 1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 1, 2,
3: Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, Olperetta
1, 2, 3, Travel Club,1, Vo leyball
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee
2, IXL Typist 3, Masque and Gavel
Vice President, Yearbook Literary
Editor 3, Basketball Intramurals 2,
3, Future Teachers, Treasurer 3,
Name card Captain 3.
Noval. Daniel J.
Quiet - Handsome - Intelligent
Student Council 1, 3, College Prep
Club 1, Glee Club 1, 3, Intramural
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basket-
ball 1. 2, 3, Card Campaign Ca tain 1,
Prom Commitee 2, Sports Club 2,
Hi - Fi Club 2, 3, Baseball 3, National
Honor Society, Christmas Pageant 3.
Suny disposition - Poetic - Well
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Sta e Craft 1,
Cheerleader Club 2, Hi-Fi Club 3.,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Con-
cession Stand 2, IXL Reporter 1 2, 3,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Carmelite Weekly
2, 3, Prom Commitee 2, Christmas
Pageant 2, Future Teachers of Amer-
ica, Secretary 3.
All-around guy - Makes that Kick
- College bound
Footbal 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrest-
ling 1, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 1,
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Glee Club
1, Sports Club 1, 2, Prom Committee
2, I-Ii-Fi Club 3, Golden Key Honor
Sgciety, National Athletic Scholar-
s ip. ,
Oras, Anna Mae
Petite - Friendly - Faithful to
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader Club 1,
2, Hi - Fi Club 3, Concession Stand 3,
IXL Reporter 2, 3, Operetta 3.
Oras, Eleanor Ann
Petite - Friendly - Faithful to
Cheerleader Club 1, 2, Hi- Fi Club 3,
Christmas Pageant 2, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, IXL Reporter 2, 3, Concession
Stand 3, Operetta 3.
Quiet - A good friend - Neat
Stage Craft Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
IXL Reporter 2, 3, Cheerleader Club
2, Carmelite Reporter 2, 3, Prom
Committee 2, Hi - Fi Club 3.
Unusual - Sharp? - Talkative
Travel Club 1, 2, Gun Club 3.
Clown - Just loves school - Mr.
Wrestling 1, 2, Volleyball Intramur-
als 1, 2, 3, Hi-Fi Club 1, Sports
Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Travel Club 1,
College Prep 2.
Boy's delight - Flirtations - Qgxiet
Glee Club 1, Future Nurses 1, ra-
matic Club 2, 3, Hi-Fi Club 3,
Student Council 1, IXL Reporter 2,
3, Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 3, Card
Campaign Captain 1, Cheerleader
Club 2, Magazine Campaign Captain
2, Prom Committee 2, Basketball
Intramurals 1, 2, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Homecoming Court 3.
Flirt - Pixie - Tease
Dramatic Club 2, 3, Hi-Fi Club 3,
Basketball Intramurals 3, Stage
Craft 3, Yearbook Literary Staff 3.
Keeps to herself - Nice to know
Travel Club 2, 3, Librarian 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 3.
Lively - Short'n sweet - Pretty
Cheerleader Club 1, Hi-Fi Club 2,
3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Oper-
etta 3, Basketball Intramurals 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 3, Masque and
Gave Honor Society 3.
Deep voice - Obliging - Affable
Cheerleaders 1. 2: Hi-Fi 3, Pro ram
Seller 3, Basketball Intramurag 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 3.
Strong - Handsome - Likeable
Hi-Fi Club 1, Wrestling 1, Baseball
2, 3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Rifle
Jig: black tresses - Pretty - Like-
Cheerleaders Club 1, 2, Hi-Fi Club
3, Basketball Intramurals 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 3.
Likes health class - Built - Hot rod
Boys Sports 1, 2, Games 2, Wrest-
ling 2, Rifle 3, Volleyball Intramur-
Shop boy - Likes work - Helpful
Pinochle Club 1, Boys Sports and
Games Club 2, Rifle Club 3.
Small - Nice smile - Quiet
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2,
3, Future Nurses 1, Hi-Fi Club 3,
Christmas Pageant 3, Carmelite Re-
orter 2, 3, Prom Committee 2, IXL
Reporter 2, 3, Basketball Intramur-
als 3, Volleyball Intramurals 3.
So nice - Meek - Smile for all
Glee Club 1, 2, Hi-Fi Club 1, 3,
Cheerleaders Club 2.
Bowler - Quiet - Yankee fan
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Pinochle Club 1, Sports Club 1,
Senior High Bowling League 1,
Basketball ntramurals 2, 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 3.
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Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 'lliavef Club I:
2, Glee Club 3, O eretta 3, Hi-Fi
Club 3, Yearbook Editor 3, Christ-
mas Pageant 3, Student Council 3,
Masque and Gavel Honor Societly, Na-
tional Honor Society' Qxuil and
Scroll Honor Society, Mat Club 3.
Quiet - Likes dancing - Tornado
Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrest-
ling 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Stage
hand 2, 3, Hi-Fi Club 1, 2, Stage
Craft Club 3, Volleyball Intramura s
1, 2, 3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Prom Committee 2, National Ath-
letic Scholarship Society 3, Masque
and Gavel 3, Christmas Pageant 3,
Carefree - Likeable - Big Red
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track
1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Boys Sports and
Games 1, 2, 3, Volle bal Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Hall Patrol
Aiwa s smiling - Vivacious - Sharp
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, Stage Craft Club 1, Cheerleader
Club 2, Cheerleader 3, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 3,
IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3, Yearbook
Solicitor 1, 2, Concession Stand 2,
Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 2, 3, Basketball In-
tramurals 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3,
Quill and Scroll, Masque and Gavel.
Handsome - Shar dresser - Built
Football 1, 2, 3, Blasketball 1, 2, 3,
Track 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, College Prep Club 1, Dramatic
Club 2, 3, Sports and Games Club
1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas
Pageant 3, National Athletic Honor
Society, Co -Calptain Basketball team
3, Future Teac ers of America Club
Sturdy Tornado - Well dressed -
Pinochle Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3'
Boys Sports and Games 1, Football
team 2, 3, Baseball team 2, 3, Travel
Club 2, Hall Patrol 3, Basketball In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Boys Sports Club 1
2, 3, Prom Committee 2, Hi-Fl
Quiet - Conscientious - Boy shy
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Travel Club 1, 3,
Cheerleader Club 2.
Really cut - Doesn't like to talk -
Secretary Club 1, Prom Committee
2, Travel Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll
3, IXL Typist.
Lots of fun - Content - Jocular
Sports Club 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Band
gi:lrgr3Guard 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Travel
Never serious - Very pleasing per-
Sports Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, Hi-
Fi Club 2, Rifle Club 3.
Never hurry, never worry - Drawls
- Likes the girls
Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
Track 1' Baseball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling
1, Hot Rod club 2, Basketball Intra-
murals 2, Hi-Fi Club 3, Rifle Club
3, Glee Club 3,
Efficient - A good friend - Nice
Hi-Fi Club 1, Travel Club 2, 3.
Nonchalant - Seldom seen - Shy
Pinochle Club 1, 2, Voile ball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Basketball Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1.
Never a dull moment - Neat to
know - Unconcerned
Sports Club 1, Hot Rod Club 2, Rifle
C ub 3, Wrestling 1, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3.
Lanky - Masculine Tornado - Flir-
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, Sports Club 3, Track
1, 2, 3' Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Hall Patrol 3, Basketball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3.
Neat - Seldom heard - Conscien-
Majorette Club 1, Travel Club 2, IXL
Typist 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Glee
Cub 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2 3, IXL
Reporter 2, 3, Stadium Ilsher 2,
Program Seller 3, Volleyball 2, 3,
Librarian 2, Yearbook Advertising
Staff 3, Prom Committee 2, Carmel-
ite Weekly Typist 3, Bridge Club 3,
Name Card Captain 3, Operetta 3,
Golden Kei' 3, Quill and Scroll,
Masque an Gavel, Yearbook Typist
Shy -- Quiet -- A good student
Pinochle Club 1, 2, Basketball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Hi- Fi Club 3, Christ-
mas Pageant 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Volleybal Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
Little wrestler - Kind of cute -
Glee Club 1, 3, Wrestling 1, 2 3,
Boys Stports Club 1, 2, 3, College
Prop. ub 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3,
Christmas Pageant 3, Operetta 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 3, Cross
Ungredictable -- Tall and graceful
Glee Club 2, 3, Majorette Club 2, Con-
cession Stand 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3,
Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Prom Com-
mittee 2, Editor IXL 3, Editor Car-
melite 3, Carmelite Weekly 3, Quill
and Scroll, Maslue and Gavel, Op-
eretta 3, Volley all Intramurals 3,
Baskgtball Intramurals 3, Ad Solic-
Smart - Pleasant - Seldom heard
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Librarian 1, 2, 3,
Libra Club 1, 2, Travel Club 2, 3,
Volleyball I, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Christmas Pageant 2, 3, IXL Repor-
ter 2, 3, Concession Stand 2, 3, a-
tional Honor Society.
Unconcerned - Shuns studies -
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Boys Sports Club 1,
2, Rifle Club 3.
Faithful librarian - Drives a '59
Chevy - Talkative
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3,
Student Council 1, 2, Secretary Club
1, Librarian 2, 3, IXL Reporter 2,
3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Card
Captain 1, Usher at Stadium.
Seldom seen, seldom heard - Soft
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Fi Club 1, 2,
Travelers Club 3.
Studious - Boys' delight -- Pert
Hi- i Cub 1, Girls Glee Club 1, 2,
3, Travel Club 2, Carmelite Reporter
2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, IXL
Re rter 2, 3, Operetta 3, Proglram
Sellgr 3, Basketball 3, Yearbook yp-
ist 3, Carmelite Typist 3, Volleyball
3, IXL Typist 3, Quill and Scroll.
Tall - Long, beautiful hair - Likes
Hi-Fi Club 1' Travel Club 2 3,
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Girls' Volley-
ball 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, IXL
Naturally curly hair - Witty -
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,
IXL Reporter 1, 3, Cheerleader Club
2, Prom Committee 2, Operetta 2,
Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Carmelite
Reporter 3, Hi-Fi Club 3, Student
Council 3, Masque and Gavel, Home-
coming Court 3, Operetta 3, Travel
Kiniland sweet - Helpful - Con-
fll-Fi Club 1, 3, Travel Club 2, Glee
Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 2, IXL
Reporter 3, Christmas Pageant 2,
Operetta Cast 3. l
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Muscle bound - Cheyenne haircut
-Always with Weasel
Sports Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 3.
Silent type - Nice friend - Reserved
Pinochle Club 1, 2, Audio Vision 3.
Likes fishing - Smile for everybody
Hi-Fi Club 1 2' Basketball Intra-
Emgals 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals
Unusual - itty - Boisterous
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1 2,
3, Pinochle Club 1, Cheerleader club
2, Hi- Fi Club 3, Carmelite Reporter
1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2,
3, IXL Re orter 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 1, tgperetta 2, 3.
A good disposition - Polite
Hi-Fi Club 1, Stadium Usher 3,
Glee Club 3, Reader's and Writer's
Club 3, Basketball Intramurals 3.
Genial - Nice personality
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader Club 1,
Hi- Fi Club 2, Traveler Club 3, Dra-
matic Club 1, 2, 3, IXL Reporter 1,
2, 3, Carmelite Reporter 1, olleyball
1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3.
M.C.I-I.S. Cheerleader - Brimful of
personality - Neat
Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Pinochle 1,
IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3' Carmelite
Reporter 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3,
Cheerleader 3, Class Treasurer 3,
Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 2, 3, Operetta 3,
Quill and Scroll, Masque and Gavel,
Prom Committee 2.
Has little to say - Reserved -
Sports and Games Club 1, 2, 8,
Pinochle Club 1, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2.
Sweet - Agreeable - Reliable
Glee Club 2, 3, Cheerleader Club 2,
Hi-Fi Club 3, Basketball Intramu-
rals 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals 2,
3, Carmelite Reporter 2, 3, IXL Re-
Nice personality - Noted walk -
Glee Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2,
Majorette Club 1, 2, Volleyball In-
tramurals 1, 3, IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3,
Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 2, Yearbook Solicitor 2,
Carmelite Reporter 3, Hi- Fi Club 3.
Wizard athletic - Reserved - Pleas-
Biolo y Club 1, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 3, Glee Club 1, Travel Club
2, Hi -Fi Club 3.
Big tease - Indifferent to school
Sports Club 1, Hot Rod Club 2, Rifle
Club 3, Shop Boys Refinishing Club 3.
Small in stature - Inquisitive
Pinochle Club 1, Intramurals 1,
Sports Club 2, Travel Club 3.
Red Tornado End - Good looking
Boys Sports and Games 1, 2, 3,
Co lege Prep Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1,
2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Basketbal Intramu-
rals 1, 2, 3, Pinochle Club 1, 2, 3,
graffic Patrol 2, Christmas Pageant
Quiet - Unconcerned - Seldom seen
Sports Club 1, 3, Hot Rod Club 2.
Shy - Basketeer - Flamboyant
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Basketball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intramu-
rals 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 3, Ath etic Society.
Curly hair - Bashful towards girls
-Aways ready for a good time
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2,
3, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, Vol-
lelyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Rifle
C ub 1, 2, 3, Hunting and Eishlng 1.
Friendly - Courteous - Twirls for
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1,
2, 3, Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, IXL Re-
porter 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals
1. 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 1, 2,
Carmelite Reporter 3, O eretta 2, 8,
Majorette 2, 3, Prom Cbmmittee 2,
Masque and Gavel.
Rlefular guy - Ready smile - Like-
Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3' Stage
Craft Club 1, 2, s, Basketball Inm-
murals 1, 2, Athletic Club 1, Prom
Committee 2, Stagehand 1, 2, 3' Dra-
matic Club 3, Boys Sports Club 2,
Cross Country 2, 3, Masque and Gav-
el, Wrestling 3.
Brain -- Short - Humorous
Volleyball Intramurals 2, 3, Yearbook
Co-ed 3, Band 8, National Honor
Societyl, Hi-Fi Club 3, Vice Pres-
Great trumpeter - Garrulous -
Band 1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Dance
Band 1, 2, 3, Travel Club 1, 3, Hi -Fi
Club 2, Biology Club I, Hot Rod Club
2, Rifle Club 3, Color Guard 1, 2, 3,
?rShestra 1, 2, 3, Stage Craft Club
Bouncy - Cheerleader - Peaches
and cream complexion
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1,
2, 3, Stagecraft 1, Cheerleader Club
2, Cheer eader 3, Volleyball Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, IXL Reporter 1, 2, 3,
Carmelite Reporter 1, 2, 3, Concession
Stand 2, Operetta 2, 3, Christmas
Pageant 2, 3, Masque and Gavel,
Quill and Scroll.
Hot rod -- Likes girls - Unconcerned
Sports Club 1, 2, Hot Rod Club 2,
Rifle Club 3.
Very neat - Petite cheerleader -
Class Treasurer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 1,
Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Car-
melite Reporter 1, 2, 3, IXL Reporter
1, 2, 3, Field Day Attendant 1,
Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3, Operetta
2, 3, Masque and Gavel.
Collegiate dresser - Loves to tease
Track 1, 2, 3: Boys Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Volleyball Intramurals 1 2, Basket-
ball ntramurals 1, 2, I-Ii - Fi Club
1, 2, College Prep Club 1, J. V. Foot-
ball 1, Prom Committee 2, Boys
Sports Club 2, Olaeretta 2, 3, Christ-
mas. Pageant 3, athematics Club 3'
Natlona Honor Society, Masque and
Gavel, IXL Regorter 3, Sports Editor
of the Yearboo 3,
I-Iails from Centralia - Shop boy -
Boys Sports Club 2, Rifle Club 3.
Tall and dark - Perpetual tease
- Indifferent - Enjoys loafing
College Prep Club 1, Pinochle Club 2,
Prom Committee 2, Basketball In-
tramurals 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Volley-
ball Intramurals 2, 3.
Class cutter - Easy going - In-
College Prep 1, Glee Club 1, 3, Vol-
leyba l Intramurals 1, 2, 3' Basketball
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Card Cam aign
1, Magazine Campaign CBPCIIII 2,
Prom Committee 2, Sports Club 2,
Student Council 2, H1-Fi Club 3'
Baseball 3, Math Club 3, Hall Patrol
3, Christmas Pageant 3, National
Zarko, Bernard C.
Rambunctious - Allergic to studies
- Boogie Bear
Track 1, 2, 3, Volleyball Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball Intramurals 1, Stagecraft Club
1' Audio Visual Club 3, Glee Club 3,
gllriatmas Pageant 3, Pinochle Club
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General General Commercial General
Judith Ann Clark James R. Coddington Gerald W. Coniff
General General Academic
Robert N. DiRienzo Victor M. DiRienzo
Felicia M. Chesney
Charles J. Elko
Patricia A. Cillo
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That grows sweeter through the years.
We'll go our separate ways, each remembering,
All the smiles and even the tears.
We'll not forget the ones who have guided us,
There is so much we'd like to say.
Dear Friends, it's time to part,
So keep within your hearts -
The memory of this day.
The joys of High School days, and the friends we ve made
Are the things we'll all hold dear.
The hours we've spent with you,
All the di .ns we've shared,
Will stay with us year after year.
And tho h we leave you now, keep us in your thoughts
And may Rod be with us, we pray.
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