New Castle High School - Ne Ca Hi Yearbook (New Castle, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Our 1956 Ne-Ca-Hi is a preview of things to come, and also
a book in which valuable memories are recorded. As these
memories fade and grow dim, keep in mind the pleasures that
we shared together during our high school career.
In the approaching years, each memory becomes a link
between the past and the future. These links increase until an
entire chain is formed. As our chains of memories grow longer,
let us forge stronger, larger links that will unite the past from
between the covers of this book to our future hopes, dreams, and
plans that will become reality.
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0 R PAL JOE
With great pride we, the graduating
class of 1956, dedicate this yearbook to our
advisor, Mr. Joseph H. Thompson. His
guidance, leadership, and patience have
been above and beyond all we expected,
because "Joe" has helped us and supported
our various activities.
Joe, now as these memorable years
draw to a close, we appreciate even more
the ways you have helped us, for in the
heart of each senior there is a place for
you. You have treated us as your own.
When we look into the book in future
years, we can only repeat, "Thanks, Joe,
Table of Contents
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Music-Drama .... ........ P ages 48-60
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Advertisements .. .. ..,. Pages'l24-160
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SUPERI TE DE T UF SCHUULS
MR. WALTER A. KEARNEY
BUARD OF EDUCATI
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Sealed: James Dari, C. Edson Rummell, Samuel H. Byers, Ralph A, Cooper CPreslden'0 Walter E Meyer
Lester F. Johns.
S9anding: Miss Elizabeih Brudin QSecrefary to Business Managerj, Walter A Kearney CSuperln1enclenTD
Howard Burr CTreasurerJ, Robert W, Rainey, James Foster, William Cobau fSollcl1orD John Bechtol
Not Pictured: Mrs. G. E. Seal.
MRS. MARJORIE NELSON
MR. FRED LESLIE
Grove City College, B.S. in C.
MR. CLARE B. BOOK
University of Pittsburgh,
Seated: E. Johnston, E. Schmid, G. Riddle, V. Anderson, M. Mullen.
Standing: R. Anastasia, J. Tucker, M. Burleson, J. Lewis, M. Clarke, F, Haydon,
The English department is headed by Genevieve Riddle who
teaches sophomore English and senior business correspondence.
The senior English teachers are Mr. Robert Anastasia, who is
taking Eleanor Galbraith's place while she is on sabbatical leave,
Emily Johnston, and Charlotte Taylor. Miss Taylor was on a
sabbatical leave the first semester and is not pictured above.
The juniors take public speaking or American literature each
semester. The speech teachers are: Mildred Burleson, who also
does the dramatics work, Jeanne Lewis, and Magdalene Becker.
Miss Lewis also teaches American literature with Frances Haydon.
The sophomore English teachers are Virginia Anderson,
Mary Mullen, Elizabeth Schmid, and Genevieve Riddle. Mary
Clarke teaches special English which stresses reading skills, and
is in charge of the Ne-Ca-Hi.
John Tucker does the vocational English work. One week
he teaches group B and the next week group A.
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A familiar scene in our library is pictured
at the card catalogue with Rita Metz Cleftl and
Mary McKee Crightl.
HISTORY DEPARTM E T
Beginning with this year's graduating class three
years of history are required instead of two and a half.
The sophomores take world history from William
Klee, track and assistant basketball ccach, or Virginia
The juniors take United States history from Mar-
garet Barnes, Bernice Bartlett, who has charge of stu-
dent council, Dolores Callahan or Eli Danilov.
Problems of democracy, which formerly was a
semester subiect, is now given a full year. Arthur
Brown, head ofthe history department and the busi-
ness manager tor the Ne-Co-Hi, Frances Maxwell,
Donald Capson, and Helen Ruby are the instructors.
Mrs. Ruby took Samuel George's place the second
The vocational history is taught by Eli Danilov,
assistant basketball coach and Donald Copson. Mr.
Copson also teaches economics.
Miss Kerr and Dean solve a mathe-
Seated: W. Klee, G. Schlumberger, E, Danilov, S. George.
Standing: D. Copson, A. Brown, M. Barnes, D. Callahan, B. Bartlett, V. Weinschienk, F, Maxwell
Schmied, W. Margraf.
SCIENCE DEPART E T
One year of science is required for gradua-
tion. Mr. William Margraf, head of the depart-
ment, teaches physics. Norman "Scoots" Nelson
and Ralph Weide are the chemistry teachers.
Biology is taught by N. R. Casillo, Adeline Miller
and John Milanovich, who is also head basket-
ball coach. Christine Picrell teaches nursing
biology. Clayton Hofmeister has the chemistry
and physics vocational classes and he is also in
charge of the visual aids and the stage crew.
John Schmied has the practical chemistry classes,
a chemistry class and an algebra class.
COMM ERCIAL DEPARTM ENT
The commercial department offers three
courses: a secretarial course, a bookkeeping
course, and a practical business course.
The shorthand teachers are: Opal Steven-
son, Verna Scarazzo, and Dorothy Young, who
also helps in the guidance oftice. The typing
classes are under the supervision of Leona
who has charge of the school newspaper-Ne
Ca-Hi Lites, and Earl McKenzie. Commer-
cial geography is taught by Miss Dodson
and Mr. McKenzie, who also teaches consumers
education, sales, and math. Business arithmetic
is taught by Robert Mills, who is faculty manager
of athletics, William Lehto, and Alan Plant. Mr.
Seated: C. Hofmeister, N. Casillo, J. Milanovlch J
Standing: C. Picrell, A. Miller, N. Nelson, R. Weide
Clarke, Verna Scarazzo, and Helena Stevenson.
The bookkeeping teachers are: Walter McKee,
who is the school treasurer, and Grace Dodson,
Mills teaches the salesmanship. Margaret Mont-
gomery teaches senior business training, busi-
ness practice and typing.
Seated: G. Dodson, L, Clarke, M.
Montgomery, D. Young, O.
Stevenson, H. Stevenson.
Standing: W. Lehto, E. McKenzie,
lhead of departmentl, V, Scar-
azzo, W. McKee, A. Plant.
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The drivers' training classes are
under the supervision of Charles
James and Robert Wilson.
Mary Noneff and Barbara Tilley
are in charge of health and physical
education for girls. Joseph Thomp-
son, supervisor for the Class of 1956,
teaches physical education to the
boys. Austin Cowmeadow teaches
boys' health and is the cross country
ART - MUSIC -
Vocal music is under the direction
of E. C. Book, and instrumental music
is under Willard Keen's supervision.
William Nicholson, art advisor for
Ne-Ca-Hi, is the art teacher.
George Thomas teaches mechani-
cal and related drawing to the shop
boys. Orrie Mathews is also a me-
chanical drawing teacher.
fRalph Spears taught shop mathe-
matics the first semester but resigned.J
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R. Wilson, M. Noneff, C. James, J. Thompson, A. Cowmeadow, B, Tilley.
Seated: W. Keen, O. Mathews, E. Book.
Standing: R. Spears, G. Thomas, W, Nicholson.
V. Sadler, R. Wallace, J. Stewart.
Mr. Lucas gives some last instructions,
E. Hill, S. Lucas, A. McConnell, R. Price.
The home economics department is
headed by Viola Sadler, who teaches food
and child care. Ruth Wallace and Janet
Stewart are the clothing teachers.
The machine shop is under the instruc-
tion of Earnest Hill and Robert Price. Ster-
gus Lucas has charge of the electric shop
and Robert McConnell, the auto shop.
P. Bridenbaugh, L. Kerr, V. Wilfert lnot pictured:
R. Spears, R. Remaley.J
Lois Kerr, head of the department,
teaches trigonometry, solid geometry,
and advanced algebra. Phil Briden-
baugh, head football coach, teaches
plane geometry, while Verne Wilfert
teaches refresher arithmetic, intermedi-
ate algebra and plane geometry. Miss
Wilfert is the advisor for the Class of
l957. Ralph Spears, who is pictured in
the bottom picture, page 15, taught re-
lated math the first semester. He re-
signed and Russell Remciley, a former
New Castle teacher, is teaching the voca-
Ethel Kelley, head of the language
department, teaches French and helps in
the guidance office. Mae Eakin teaches
Latin and sponsors the Latin paper, Ful-
men Romanum. Dorothy Edmunds
teaches the Spanish. Ruth McCart
teaches Latin and world history. Dr.
Helene Fenger, our exchange teacher
from Germany, teaches German and
Seated: D. Edmunds, R. McCart, E, Kelley.
Standing: M. Eakin, H, Fenger.
Geraldine Fry, secretary to C. B. Book, Lelo Moor-
head, secretary, and Mary Detwiller, secretory,
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STUDE T COUNCIL
Rowl Amy Johns, Larry Conti, President, Ronnie Mitchell, Vice President, Judy Vclgo, Secretary, Jim
Massie, Treasurer, Gretchen Figley.
Row2 B. Bartlett, Carol Jenkins, Lonnie Eckles, Nancy Lundy, Felicia Bongivengo, Connie DeCarbo, Tom
Hartman, Eileen Davidson.
Row3 Joe DeVivo, Jim Lutz, Joe Mancine, Dave Alexander, Rees Flannery, Melvin Schooley.
For the tenth year, Miss Bernice E. Bartlett is the sponsor of
our Student Council.
With the exception of the president, the members are elected
by their classes. There are nineteen members in Council, the
president, eight seniors, six iuniors, and four sophomores.
Council meets every Wednesday third period. At the meet-
ing problems submitted by the students, plus school activities, are
The chairmen of the Student Council committees are mem-
bers ot Council selected by the advisor and the president.
The Sophomore Reception and the Point Award Assembly
are two of Student Council's big iobs.
STUDE T COUNCIL
I Student Council Committees meet each Tuesday during third
period, under the supervision of Miss Bernice Bartlett.
The chairmen of the committees are members of Student
Council. They select the friends that they can depend on to be
on their committee.
The chairman of the Social Committee is Gretchen Figley.
This group makes plans tor the Sophomore Reception and the
New Year's Dance.
The Ways and Means Committee is headed by Amy Johns.
They sell tickets for plays, and out of town games, and charter
The Point Award Committee chairman is Felicia Bongivengo.
Students are given points for activities in which they participate.
They are given medals at the end ofthe year.
The School Improvement Committee, headed by Melvin
Schooley, sponsors Intramural basketball and bowling.
The Bulletin Board Committee led by Lonnie Eckles posts
Joe DeVivo heads the Pep Club Committee whose aim is to
arouse school spirit.
Sandra Dellaverson, Phyllis Brown, Cynthia Taylor, Gerri Rico, Lillian Gabriel, Melvin Schooley, chairman, Gretchen
Figley, chairman, Amy Johns, chairman, Larry Conti, President, Lonnie Eckles, chairman, Joe DeVivo, chairman, Felicia
Bongivengo, chairman, Paul Cozza, Sally Marquis, Dorothy Dalton, Bobby Ann Thompson, Renee Goldman.
Donna Bordonaro, Nancy Hanna, Rita Retort, Adrienne Lloyd, Chairman: Mary Lou Mele, Elaine Ryan, Joan Diana,
Dolly Elisco, Harriette Levy, Judy Anne Dix, Patricia Benigas, Carole Newmark, Nancy Lundy, Betsy Lockhart, Joye
Delle Thompson, Vicki Ranucci, Carol Bigley, Connie DeCarba
Darla Bennett, Nancy Jane Campbell, Joyce Webb, Rasaliee Clapper, Marilyn Myers, Geraldine Naples. Natalie
Colecchi, Priscilla Reed, Mary Ann Travers, Eileen Davidson, Betty Crockett, Jean Cappiello, Marilyn Druschel, Jean
Kerr, Lillian Leikvold, Carmie Herno, Judy Figuly.
Frank Venditto, Sal Davelli, John Duff, Walter Gierlach, Michael Barletto, Tony Chiaverini, Tony Ross, L. Quahliera, Don
DiCarlo, Sandra Polenick, Beverly Hensley, Judy Levine,Goye Laurell, Ann Shretier, Sharon Hoyland, Sandy Richards,
Kenneth Carr, Phil Levine, Alan Greenberg, Ed Dingledy, Kent Mally, Franklin Brown, Dave Alexander, Joe Mancine,
Bruce Boston, Warren Kincaid, Joe Morici, Bob Kovach, Jim Have, Jim Kearney, Bob Crow, Ray Conti, Jim Lutz.
H0 E HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
The Home Room Representatives, which meet the tirst Mon-
day of the month, consist of fifty-six permanent members and
fifty-six alternates who are elected by their home-rooms. They
represent the entire student body.
The representatives get ideas or suggestions from their
home-rooms and take them to the meetings to be discussed.
Some of the ideas were the Intramural Basketball and Bowling.
The school championship in basketball was won by a senior
home room, Study 4. They received an engraved trophy, and
each boy received a gold basketball. Second place was won by
a junior home room, Study 2-Mrs. Anderson's section.
Each boy received a silver basketball. Third place was won
by a sophomore home room, 101, and each boy received a
The school championship in bowling was won by the iuniors,
a combination of rooms 319, Study 2, and 310. Each player re-
ceived a gold bowling ball. Second place was won by the sopho-
mores, room 217, and each player received a silver bowling ball.
Third place was won by a senior home room, a combination of
107 and 17, and received a bronze bowling ball.
Individual awards were given to the highest scoring boy
and girl. Dan Fiorilli in room 17B and Janet Nielsen in room 112.
They received individual trophies.
The duties ofthe representatives are to collect money for in-
tramural basketball and bowling, forthe school newspaper, and
to take news back to the home rooms from the meeetings.
Conti, President, Nancy McKib-
ben, Esther Anderson.
Penny Sumner, Pat Barnes, Carol
Bigley, Cora Rosier, Theresa Cop-
ple, Cherie Edmiston.
Robert Abraham, R o s e m a r y
George, Charlotte Gennaula, Betty
Malley, Louise Delisio.
Ronald DePolis, Jim Headings,
Ralph McCormick, John Duff, Bob
Brotemarkle, Gilbert Plant.
William Reynolds, Henry Krzysik,
Chuck Wingfield, Ken Britton, Bud
Kincaid, David Joseph, Carmen
Ruthann Strobel, Pat Mehalic,
Carol Lee Jenkins, Larry Conti,
President, Carole Newmark, Jane
Krysik, Barbi Eckert.
Jan Gillest, Judy Schuster, Janet
Prioletti, Shirley Nativio, Mary
Ellen Campbell, Sandra Weiner,
Elvi Sacripant, Rosalie Manos.
Joyce Catlin, Richard Klugh, Dave
Jessel, Bill Tilton, Frank Gillest,
Margarethe Zahniser, Linda Es-
John Caventer, Jim Mesner, Bob
Peterson, Norman Durgam, John
Willard Belknap, Leroy Shepherd,
Louis Bosco, Pete Fleming,
Sue Chapman, Helen Lepore, Mar-
sha Drosdal, Larry Conti, Presi-
dent, Elrica Scarazzo, Peggy Rob'
inson, Margy Ann Wilson.
Genevieve Gabriel, Sally Cowher,
Wilda Rowe, Beverly McTaggart,
Nancy Evans, Carol Armstrong.
Bob Dean, Tony Chiaverini, Sam
Perry, Daniel Fulkerson, Kathy
Parks, Dottie Hite, Marilyn Myers.
Ray Bales, Ronnie Wyman, Allan
Jackson, Carmen Lamancusa
Tom Kyle, Danny Bubnik, Jim
Donston, Fred Smith.
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The football and basketball ushers are
under the supervision of Mr. Donald Copson.
These girls and boys number approximately
seventy-five. For both the football and basket-
ball games, Mr. Copson appointed two captains,
Serena Rashid and Marian Ahlquist, who checked
attendance at the games and made certain each
post was filled. The main iob of these ushers
was to attend each game and usher Ne-Ca-Hi's
and their opponents' fans to their seats. At the
games all ushers were identified by large round
The turnstile boys are also under Mr. Cop-
son's direction. Mike DeMarco was the ap-
pointed captain of the football squad and Ron
and Don Mitchell were in charge of the basket-
ball squad. From a quote from Mr. Copson, "this
year's turnstile boys were the best I have ever
Congratulations for a job well done.
Forty-one girls and boys make up the com-
plete staff of the auditorium ushers. lt is their
duty to be present at the opening of the doors of
the auditorium on play nights and on any even-
ing that the auditorium is used for a school ac-
Elaine Ryan is the captain and assigns the
different posts to the ushers. Miss Bernice Bart-
lett is the sponsor of this group.
FOOTBALL USHER AND TURNSTILE SQUADS
Felicia Bongivengo, Serena Rashid, Co-Captain, Marian
Ahlquist, Co-Captain, Phyllis Hall, Phyllis Eggaston
Dolores Murphy, Dorothy Howard.
Jackie Pacella, Connie Coci, Muriel Kennedy, Arlene
Champ, Frances Grossman, Sandra Dellaverson, Mil-
Nancy Hanna, Barbara Lynch, Dolly Elisco, Jacquelyn
Aiello, Anna Panella, Cynthia Simone.
Loretta McHenry, Joan Perkins, Shirley Myers, Elaine
Ryan, Barbara Hritz.
Gloria Cummins, Ronnie Mitchell, Rose Marie Efifinite,
Marilyn Moresky, Shirley Hill, Carmie Herno.
Cherie Edmiston, Jayne Usselton, Helen Quint, Ramona
McHenry, Barbara Buonpane.
Esther Anderson, Kathy LaScola, Janet Augostine,
Judy Perry, Mary Margaret Grossman, Charlotte Gen-
naula, Mike DeMarco, Carole Golla, Judy Assid, Judy
Janet Nielsen, Joyce Peters, Grace Johnson, Nancy
Leiblic, Peggy Matthews, Jane Ball.
Peggy Anthony, Carol Bigley, Edna Mae Smith, Donna
Bordonaro, Gerry Morici, Janet Moseley, Marilyn Drus-
Mary Ann DeCaprio, Joanne Balo, Elena Mae Cam-
broto, Judy Figuly, Peggy Kennedy, Patricia Perrotta,
Joe Monico, Ella Jean McLeavey, Mary Ann Session,
Thelma Taylor, Barbara Murphy, Esther Clark.
Don Mitchell, Mike Mangiarelli, Raymond Conti, Dom
Faraone, Richard Cotelesse.
Morris Ayres, Richard Monica, Ralph Coates, Joe Senko,
Melvin Schooley, Judy Burley.
Eugene Moses, Bob Cearfoss, Larry Harkins, Alex Kelly,
Pat Mehalic, Donna Anselmo, Ed Dingledy, Asst. Head
Usher, Edna Mae Smith, Asst. Head Usherg Elaine Ryan,
Head Usher, Larry Conti, Geri Rico, Felicia Bongivengo.
Dena LaMarco, Rita Nolte, Carol Sarbo, Vicki Ranucci,
Cynthia Simone, Carol Bigley, Connie DeCarbo, Anita
Ciccone, Jacque Bender.
Sara Johnson, Darrell Matheus, Elvi Sacripant, Roberta
Reed, Priscilla Reed, Joan Parkes, Claudia Linton, Car-
mie Herno, Diane Brown, Frank Venditto.
Ella Jean McKeavey, Mary Ann Session, Shirley Jean
Vessella, Judy Gerst, Janet Volpe, Donna Bordonaro,
Judy Perry, Sandy Richards, Susanne Tate.
Ronnie Gibala, Betty Sarko, Carol Miller, Jack Crowl,
Ken Britton, Richard Beisheirn, Jim Stoner, Jimmie
Must, Joe Monico, Raymond Conti.
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Marcia Acquaviva, Marjorie Boy-
er, Melvina Golling, Judy Anne
Dix, Sue Chapman, Roberta
Ernie Stitzinger, Bruce Boston,
Fred Robins, Rees Flannery, Terry
Tom Kyle, Tom Pfeiffer, Sandy
Greenberg, JoAnn Slamon, Mori-
lyn Myers, Gretchen Rentz, Carol
James Cavill, Bill McFall, Betsy
Whittaker, Donna McFall, Barbara
Ann Plant, Anita Coryea, Claudia
Reed Hoffmaster, Russell Gor-
meley, David McCallister, David
Stewart, John Court, Nancy Hor-
Sherri Fix, Nancy Foster, Rita
Nolte, Carol Lee Jenkins, Sandy
Katherine Weber, Lucille Armino,
Hattie Meadows, Pat Koszela, Betti
Gilbert Hoffman, John Buckley,
Thalia Reynolds, Gerry De Carbo,
Mary Ellen Campbell.
William Ford, Jerry Rosenberger,
Catherine McCart, Lawrence Vat-
ter, Sandra Polenick, Mike Perel-
John DeFelice, Lorraine Patterson,
Carole Stevenson, Edna Mae
Richard Klugh, John Abraham,
David May, Bruce McCullough.
Kathy LaScala, Joye Delle Thomp-
son, Frances Grossman, Peggy
Smith, Frances Parenti, Nancy
Judy Carlon, Joan Diana, Angie
Munno, .loan Bok, Deanna Kleck-
Frank Venditto, Charlotte McMil-
len, Agnes Wirtl, Shirley Gibson,
Darrell Matheus, Tom Montgom-
Judy Levine, Bob Cearfoss, Nor-
man Flout, Ronnie Gibala, Laird
Adams, Sereno Rashid.
Sam Culbertson, Dave Dayton,
Kenneth Britton, Sam Leonard,
Helping You For Your Tomorrow
The Senior Guidance Committee has followed a two-fold
program in helping seniors with their plans for the future. Stu-
dents planning on college and those going into employment after
graduation have received valuable information through the
hard work of the senior guidance members.
Two of the most noteworthy of their projects have been col-
lege meetings with former students of Ne-Ca-Hi and the presen-
tation of the follow-ups from the Class of 1955 in the Problems
of Democracy classes.
Several speakers and scholarship talks have also been prom-
inent in the activities of the seniors. Miss Dorothy Young is their
As in the past, social guidance has been the aim of the Jun-
ior Guidance Committe this year. Etiquette has been presented
in many ways to juniors, especially through a social aptitude test
and programs on etiquette.
Under the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Nelson, the values of so-
cial promptness have been very helpful to the entire junior class.
Officers of the committee are Jerry Rosenberger, chairman, and
Gerry DeCarbo, secretary-treasurer.
The juniors, along with the sophomores, have been given
many examples of the advantages and the uses of the Guidance
Oddly enough, the Sophomore Guidance Committee has
been the busiest of the three. Its plans were started early in the
year with the sophomore Orientation Program. Handbooks were
given to all sophomores and have proven helpful to them in
adapting themselves to Ne-Ca-Hi.
The "How-To-Study" program has been the most successful
of their projects, as over a hundred sophomores are taking the
study course. Ernest Stitzinger, chairman, Bruce Boston, secre-
tary, and Tom Pfeiffer, treasurer are the officers. Miss Dorothy
Young is the advisor.
Wheels at Work!
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John Georges, Louis Quahliero,
John Hake, Captain, Walter Scott.
Walter McCIendon, John Sanchez,
Ralph Lombardo, Jim Stoner.
ATTENDANCE SQUAD, OFFICE BOYS
Mike DeMorco, Paul Sanders, Bob
Rowe, Geraldine DeCarbo, Wil-
Mike Mangiarelli, Walter McCIen-
don, Chuck McConnell, Ted Hum-
phrey, Jim Massie, Guy Natale.
Jerry Fitzpatrick, Walter Mang-
ham, Dave Jessel, Alfred Boyd,
Robert Reider, Joe Monico, Harry
Carovaggio, George Joseph, John
Frank Venturella, Frank Bongi-
vengo, Claude Davis, Joe Shaftic.
Frank Hutchison, Don Matteo,
Norman Naplen, Jim Massie, Jim
Jim Shatter, Richard Kelley, John
Buckner, Alfred Boyd.
Lights! Camera! Action!
The service squads form a very essential port of
life in Ne-Ca-Hi. lf it weren't for the work of these
boys and girls, the halls, the auditorium, the office,
and the classrooms would not run so smoothly.
Left to Right-George Geor-
geadis, Dal Hartman, Jon-
athan Silvester, Ronnie
left to Right-Bill Shaffer,
Robin Slay, Melvin Schoo-
ley, Joe Senko.
What does a Senior's heart desire?
The senior home rooms elect one representative and
one alternate. They sponsor the card campaign, take care
ofthe dink orders, and have dances and parties. They are
under the instruction of Mr. Joseph Thompson. They bring
to the meetings the desires and wishes expressed by other
members of their class. The committee discusses the sug-
gestions and acts accordingly.
SW NG LOBBY
The committee for Swing Lobby meets every Thursday
in school and every third Tuesday of the month with an
adult committee at the City Hall. This committee represents
the students with the purpose of bettering Swing Lobby.
They sponsor the dances that are held every Friday night.
The president is Tony Ross.
TH E GOAL POST
The Goal Post Staff consisted of approximately thirty
girls. Mr. Mills and Mr. Matthews sponsored these girls
and Elaine Ryan was the captain in charge. Their duties
were to be present at every football game at their ap-
pointed stations and sell Goal Posts to the spectators. This
year the program contained only the lineups. A printed
sheet, called the Tattler and written by Marilyn Druschel,
was distributed with the Goal Posts in the student sections
at the football games.
SENIOR ACTIVITY REPRESENTATIVES
Barbara Lynch, Carol Bigley, Bar-
bara Cerbes, Mary Ann Farrone,
Mary Ann Yoho, Beverly Micco.
Pat Barnes, Shirley Myers, Joye
Delle Thompson, Nancy Hanna,
Claudette Spanish, Vicki Ranucci,
Phyllis Malizia, Fred George,
Gary McGafIic, Edward Anttila,
Mary Ann Larzo, Nedra Critchlow.
Louis Quahliero, Dan DiCarlo,
Jerry Navarra, Marian Ahlquist,
Donna Bordonaro, Shirley Gibson,
Marty Cannon, Russell Connelly,
Richard Ziegler, William Mike, Jim
Lutz, Ronnie Gibala, Paul Faz-
SWING LOBBY COMMITTEE
Lonnie Eckles, Rita Nolte, Tony
Ross, Chairman, Sandy Wochner.
Barbara Dunlap, Lawrence Vat-
ter, Dave Todd, Jerry Rosenber-
ger, Edna Mae Smith, Mary Lou
GOAI. POST STAFF
Brenda Levin, Luanne Oberleit-
ner, Betty Jean Blake, Jacqueline
Evans, Elaine Ryan, Beverly Black,
Rita Nolte, Sandra Weiner.
Donna Rainey, Genevieve Gabriel,
Roberta Schell, Joan Russo, Jo
Ann Abraham, Gladys Abraham,
Judy Mitchell, Marilyn Druschel,
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Rowl Frances Grossman, Arlene Champ,
Beverly Weis, Mildred Kennedy, Virginia
Logan, Kay Dougherty, Sally Marquis,
Row2 Janet Nielsen, Carmie Herno, Shirley
Myers, Roberta Schell, Nancy Hanna, Joye
Delle Thompson, Mary Lou Mele, Peggy
Row3 Joan Waldo, Jane Campbell, Marilyn
Stoner, Marilyn Druschel, Lillian Leikvold,
Nancy Leiblic, Barbara Cerbes, Janet Lewis.
Row4 Margie Gibson, Barbara Baer, Grace
Johnson, Pat Barnes, Amy Johns, Judy Fig-
uly, Donna Bordonaro.
Row5 Serena Rashid, Rosemary George,
Judy Gerst, Joyce Webb, Nancy Logan,
Gaye Laurell, Judy Patterson.
Row 6 Donna Goyit, Charlotte Gennaula,
Carol Miller, Barbara Hardy, Joan Hagerty,
Row I Marcia Meyers, Phyllis Brown, Irene
Glassi, Carole Jean Gibson, Rec. Secy., Sha-
ron Hoyland, Treas., Judy Perry, Cor. Secy.,
Jacque Bender, Pres., Maureen Richards,
Carol Biondi, Barbi Eckert.
Row2 Barbara Purdy, Carolyn Zuchowski,
Joyce Zannoni, Roberta Reed, Joan Pastrick,
Lonnie Eckles, Harriette Levy, Betz Lockhart,
Row3 Helen Pappas, Kathy Pappas, Rose
Marie Nycz, Claudette Crabill, Carol Lutz,
Sylvia Roselli, Janice Smith, Carole New-
Row4 Carol Lee Jenkins, Nancylou Hoffman,
Janet Volpe, Patty Treccase, Priscilla Reed,
Peggy Patterson, Carole Fronius.
Row 5 Charlotte Land, Sandy Richards, Darla
Bennett, Sherry Davis, Edna Mae Smith,
Judie Ritchie, Katherine Weber.
Row6 Betty Jean Blake, Norma Jean Har-
lan, Sally Lou Hill, Joan Evans, Rose Still-
wagon, Georgiann Komara.
Row7 Mary Jane Quarella, Rose Marie Ot-
fredo, Sandy Pabst, Joan Parkes, Carol
Row B Mary Eakin, Myrna Campbell, Margie
Banks, Judy Bender, Joanne Maxwell, Judy
Row9 Eileen Novak, Thalia Reynolds, Linda
Klingensmith, Donna Boyd, Mary Ellen
Row 'IO Margarethe Zahniser, Sandra Polen-
ick, Carole Stevenson, Jean Byers, Jean
Row'l Marilyn Leonard, Eleanor Logan,
Joy Clark, Charlene Rowe, Shirley Rich-
ardson, Joann Skaneski, Margy Ann
Wilson, Roberta Thompson, Brenda
Levin, Joyce Cushner.
Row2 Adeline Ludovici, Carol Jenkins,
Sue Chapman, Annette Cioffi, Adelaide
Cassella, Patricia Sansosti, Loretta
Spanish, Jacqueline Evans, Donna
Row3 Carol Armstrong, Nancy McCona-
hy, Anne McKnight, Judie Cushner, Con-
nie Stevenson, Anita Coryea, Judy Anne
Dix, Marilee Delaney.
Row4 Marilyn Moffett, Carol Ridgley,
Nancy Evans, Judy Jenkins, Dulcie Ar-
nold, Betsy Whittaker, Donna McFall.
Row5 Sallie Mclver, Eileen Davidson,
Soni St. Moritz, Linda Smith, Arlene Re-
check, Linda Laurel, Barbara Ann Plant.
Row6 Carole Kwiat, Mary Ann Krueger,
Linda Dalesandro, Claudia Linton,
Gretchen Rentz, Marilyn Myers.
Row 7 JoAnn Favorite, Gerry Marso, Bar-
bara Cratty, Phyllis Sonntag, Barbara
Sizer, Angeline De Biase.
Row8 Marian Pagley, Elaine Montag,
Elizabeth James, Mary Beth Winter,
Row 9 Ann Shrefler, Mary Ann Lasky,
Janice Myer, Dottie Hite, Kathy Parks.
Row I0 Sue Diffley, Yvonne Abraham,
Flora Williams, Adelle Gordon.
TOP PICTURE Row I Mrs. McKee, Antonetta DeMattio, Carol Phillips, Barbara Rhodes, Judy DeRobbio
Row 2 Sandra Weiner, Katherine Weber, Jerry Earl, Clara Ann Abraham, Miriam Darcy, Marilyn Myers
Row3 Dorothy Howard, Jacquelyn DeMuccio, Georgia Graham, Margery Lennig, Rosalie Litvinovich
BOTTOM PICTURE Rowl Carol Sarbo, Anne McKnight, Treasurer, Genevieve Ludwiczak, Vice President
Rita Mariacher, President, Sherri Fix, Secretary, Lorraine Wrona,
Row2 Dave Byers, Marilyn Stoner, Betty Crockett, Margarethe Zahniser, Marilyn Druschel, Grace John
son, Rosalie Manos.
Row 3 Frances Grossman, Carole Nanni, Janet Moseley, Sandra George, Peggy Mangine, Cynthia Taylor
"All Good and True Book Lovers"
The Dofobs, Dcirned Old Fools Over Books, is a service club
in which members devote one period a clay to help with the work
in the library. The members do various jobs such as filing of
circulation, slipping, making overdue notices, shelving, and re-
Under the direction of Mrs. Walter McKee and Miss Rita
Metz, they get acquainted with the fundamentals of library work
and, at the same time, render a great service to the school.
President . Rita Mariacher
Vice President Genevieve Ludwiczak
Secretary , Sherri Fix
Treasurer Anne McKnight
THE STAMP CLUB
Stamp Collecting-The King of Hobbies
Having been instituted in January, 1955,
the Stamp Club is one of the newest clubs in
Ne-Ca-Hi. Its purpose is to further the philatelic
knowledge of its members. It is a discussion
group on the common interest of its members-
"stamps." Membership is open to all students
who are interested in the hobby of stamp col-
lecting. The CIub's big project this year was a
stamp exhibition. The members hope that this
exhibition will continue annually and that it will
improve and grow in future years. The eleven
club members meet on the third Monday of the
month with their sponsor, Mr. A. Cowmeadow.
The purpose of the meetings is to promote the
furtherance of the members' knowledge of
stamps by the aid of speaker, movies, and
UF E-CA-H I
Their purpose is to foster interest in conservation,
safety in the use of firearms, hunting and fishing,
and taking part in all outdoor activities.
This year they had a hunting contest and a
camping trip during Christmas vacation. They
planted trees as part of conservation.
THE GRDER UF
Business Is Our Business
The Order of Business Efficiency is a na-
tional organization of commercial students.
Membership is open to those senior girls who
have made a "B" average or better in all their
subiects. The objectives of the club are:
To have available at all times members
capable of assisting in various office
To develop special commercial skills to pre-
pare students for employment upon
To develop desirable office traits that will
contribute to a personality necessary for
This group meets every fourth Monday of
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Row'l Don Bennett, Treasurer, Walter McCIendon, President
Bob Cowden, Vice President, Ronald DePolis, Secretary
Row2 Harvey Black, Clarence McCormick, Donald Kelley
Row'I Lee Plonka, Kenn Enoch, Thom Clark, Vice President,
George Schlumberger, President, Bill Tilton, Secretary,
Row2 Jim Durant, Bob Casalandra, Jim Massie, Ray Bales,
Tom Anderson, Frank Masucci, Leroy Maloni, Ralph
O. B. E.
Rowl Seated Gretchen Figley, Secretary, Shirley Gibson,
Treasurer, Mary Ann DeCaprio, President, Carmie
Herno, Vice President.
Row2 Rita Mariacher, Vicki Ranucci, Rosalie Butera, Rose
Pietro, Barbara Soupart.
Row3 Penny Sumner, Charlotte McMiIlen, Mary Lou Ryhal,
Nancy Hanna, Clara McCluskey, Genevieve Ludwiczak.
Row4 Joyce Lewis, Rosemary George, Sue Albert, Clara Ann
Abraham, Louise DeLisio, Betty Natcher, Jayne Johns-
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Marie Sparacino, Rosalie Butera, Angela Capaldi, Pat Mehalic, Patti Duran, Marcia Meyers, Donna Boyd, Treasurer,
Sandra Weiner, Secretary, Margie Gibson, Vice President, Lillian Vukovich, President, Joanna Audia, Cynthia Taylor,
Beverly Weis, Theresa Santo, Lillian Gabriel, Sally Marquis, Sylvia Casimiri.
Barbara Baer, Claudette Spanish, Cookie Fee, Sandy Frengel, Betty Squillo, Sylvia Roselli, Lorraine Patterson, Jan Gil-
lest, Carole Gibson, Sandy Wochner, Jo Ann Spears, Joan Pastrick, Joyce Buchanan, Janet Chieze, Sally Cowher, Doris
Jean Caravella, Marsha Drosdal.
Penny Sumner, Nedra Critchlow, Mary Jane Chill, Janet Lewis, Betty Malley, Charlotte Gennaula, Linda Johnston, Judy
Bell ,Janet Nielsen, Nancy Logan, Adrienne Lloyd, Pat Barnes, Mary Lou Mele, Barbara Lutch, Genevieve Ludwiczak,
Barbara Cerbes, Carol Nicholson, Joan Parkes.
Doris McCrumb, Judy Burley, Joanne Gallick, Marian Ahlquist, Kim Foley, Mary Ellen Campbell, Pat Finnin, Geor-
giann Komara, Sandy Richards, Gaye Laurell, Judy Patterson, Barbara Hardy, Joan Hagerty, Joyce Peters, Nancy
Horton, Sondra Campbell, Dottie Hite.
Joan McCreary, Sue Diftley, Mary Ann Sheridan, Edyce Fee, Betty Sarko, Sandy Wonner, Jean George,
Mrs. Picrell, Dolly Elisco, Felicia Bongivengo, Joyce Maloni, Janet Augostine, Beverly Weis, Secretary-Treasurer, Gerri
Rico, President, Mildred Kennedy, Vice President, Carol Biondi, Mary Ann Yoho, Esther Anderson, Carole Million,
Sylvia Roselli, Angie Munno, Helen Quint, Carol Criss, Mary Lou Forney, Joyce Anttila, Marie Sparacino, Lillian Vuko-
vich, Cecelia Ross, Nancy Marrow, Lois Cameron, Betty Jean Blake, Sandra Papst, Mary Lou Smith.
Jane Ann Latsko, Lorraine Patterson, Joanne Audia, Barbara Lutch, Janet Ninteer, Jan Gillest, Roberta Schell, Theresa
Gabriel, Jacquelyn Aiello, Jane Krysik, Betsy Daugherty, Kathie Hite.
Rita Retort, Betty Malley, Georgiann Komara, Sandy Richards, Charlotte Land, Joan Bok, Patricia Perrotta, Ada Pao-
lone, Shirley Hill, Grace Johnson, Loretta McHenry, Theodora Johnston, Nedra Critchlow, Jackie Lindsley.
Judy Levine, Eileen Novak, Carole Golla, Jean George, Gerry DeRicco, Jane Ball, Judy Gerst, Mary Margaret Gross-
man, Nancy Logan, Joanne Gallick, Jean Miller, Margie Capezio, Natalie Colecchi, Marian Ahlquist.
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0 R ANNIE UAKLEYS
Since Ne-Ca-Hi inaugurated an Outdoorsmen's Club for the
boys, the girls this year felt they could not be left out. As a re-
sult, they formed the Sportswomen's Club. lt has proven to be a
great success, as its large membership shows. Participation in
such sports as: hiking, gymnastics, fishing, boating, swimming,
skating, and horseback riding are their activities.
President , , Lillian Vukovich
Vice President , Margie Gibson
Secretary . . .,., . , Sandra Weiner
Treasurer . ..,..i . ..,, . . Donna Boyd
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
EULLOWERS OE THE LAMP
This club was organized last year and is rapidly growing in
membership to become one of Ne-Ca-Hi's largest.
The members have taken the required subiects and will
qualify as future nurses. They meet once a month for a total of
The purpose of this club is to give an opportunity to the
members to explore the different types of nursing education, to
study programs available, and learn the academic and personal
requirements they must meet, and what future the profession has
Through meetings, special speakers, movies, and field trips
to different hospitals, the girls are broadening their knowledge
of nursing as a career.
President Gerri Rico
Vice President Mildred Kennedy
Secretary-Treasurer Beverly Weis
Advisors . Miss Helen Wilson,
Mrs. Christine Picrell
il Joan PUSTYJCK, Mf1fCiCI Meyers, Cynthia Taylor, Judy Gersi,Vice Presidenlg Judy Levine, Treasurer, Sally Marquis, Virginia Lo-
QUU, Peggy Mangxne.
2 -JUCJY Bell, Sandra Weiner, Patti Duran, Lorraine PaHerson,Jcan McGuirk, Pafiy Shaw, Mary Jean Smilh, Sandra Kauffman,
DW? glavek Byers, Darrell Maiheus, Thalia' Reynolds, Louise DeLisio, Mary Ann Larzo, Ada Paolone, Marianne Davis, Madeline Coiro.
T55 UC QUQGU, Jeanne Byers, Catherine McCar1, Betty Malley, Charloife Gennaula, Sue Alberr, Shirley Blake.
Glen G.ass, Bob Ofierle, Richard Ziegler, Sam Leonard, LaVere Albert, Jerry Navarra.
'I Joyce Cushner, Luanne Oberleiiner, Beverly Cardella, Vice President, Amy Johns, Treasurer, Miss Haydon, Cynthia Simone, Presi-
dent, Serena Rashid, Secretary, Sally Marquis, Bobby Ann Thompson,
2 Joan Pandolph, Genevieve Ludwiczak, Lillian Vukovich, Joye Delle Thompson, Joanne Audia, Beverly Valentino, Lillian Gabriel,
Arlene Wolfe, Joann Skaneski, Lorena Priscaro.
3 Rita Nolte, Carol Kendra, Adelaide Cassella, Adeline Ludoyici, Anita Coryea, Carol Taylor.
4 Beverly Ann Davis, Shirley Myers, Linda Laurel, Margie Banlfs, Judy Bell.
5 Danna Boyd, Margie Gibson, Kim Foley, Par Finnin, Marilyn Myers, Janet Potter.
6 Bob Offerle, Janice Myer, Adelle Gordon, Flora Williams, Norman Baum, Marsha Dickson.
7 Sam Leonard, Darrell Mafheus, Marian Ahlquisf, Rosemary George, Judy Vago.
B Jerry Earl, Joe Senko, Ronnie Gibala, Catherine McCar1.
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WATCH THE BI RDY
The Camera Club is one of the most beneficial clubs in the
school. Its members learn some of the fine points of photography
and how to develop pictures.
Each of the members is asked to hand in pictures, many of
which are used on the Camera Club bulletin board. The bulletin
board is in charge of Rosemary George.
Besides their meetings this year, the Camera Club had a
scavanger hunt in which each member was assigned a specific
picture to take. The winning team received lollipops. They also
displayed prints from the National Photographic Award Contest.
This club is under the direction of Mr. Clayton Hofmeister.
President Joan McCrumb
Vice-President Judy Gerst
Secretary Dorothy Blews
Treasurer . Judy Levine
School Photographer Dean Michael
LIVE TO LEARN AND LEARN T0 LIVE
The Mary Van Divort Club, Future Teachers
of America, of the New Castle Senior High
School, is part of a national organization which
now has 562 F.T.A. college chapters and 2,441
F.T.A. high school clubs. In the high school, the
purpose of the F.T.A. club is exploratory, prevo-
cational, and character-forming-to help Future.
Teachers learn facts about, and opportunities in,
teaching in their locality, the state, and in the na-
tion, cultivate character qualities essential to a
good teacher, study lives of great teachers: and
develop student leadership. The theory is that
young people who decide to be teachers with a
full knowledge of its opportunities and require-
ments are more likely to make good teachers
than those who merely drift into the profession
by accident. The F.T.A. movement had its be-
ginning in T937 under the leadership of The Na-
tional Education Association, and has been de-
veloped by the staff of "The Journal" of the
The 1955-1956 officers of the Mary Van Di-
vort Club of F.T.A. are:
President Cynthia Simone
Vice-President Beverly Cardella
Secretary Serena Rashid
Treasurer Amy Johns
Sponsor Miss Frances M. Haydon
Our club has a balanced program which
includes well-qualified speakers, discussions of
teaching problems, and teacher requirements.
Members get experience in teaching by replacing
our teaching staff when needed, During the
Christmas season, they help work with elemen-
tary schools, with vaccine programs, and other
services to the city schools. Delegates attend lo-
cal and state conferences yearly.
SENATURS OE '77
Jean Miller, Frances Grossman, Shirley Myers, Treas., Elaine Ryan,
Recording Secy., Richard Ziegler, Pres., Cynthia Simone, Corr. Secy.p
Richard Beisheim, V. Pres., Kay Dougherty.
Peggy Smith, Penny Sumner, Roberta Schell, Judy Carlon, Joye Delle
Thompson, Joanna Audia, Rita Mariacher.
Nancy Leiblic, Tom Perdue, Sam Kantz, Judy Gerst, Janet Nielson,
James Sudziak, Marian Ahlquist, Judy Levine, Rosemary George,
Darrell Matheus, Serena Rashid.
Jim Headings, Alan Greenberg, Ed Dingledy, Bob Offerle, Ronnie
Gibala, Jim Haven.
"THE NAME AND A M
ARE THE SAM "
Row'I Gwen Reno, Jacque Bender, Dolores Murphy, Treas., Gerald Zona,
Pres., Marilyn Druschel, Vice Pres., Carole Newmark, Secy., Marcia
Row2 Adele Fiscus, Barbara Foster, Loretta Domenick, Annette Cioffi, Betty
Slizeski, Helen Vassilion.
Row3 Sue Dittley, Sandy Wonner, Barbara Hazen, Eileen Davidson, Judy
Row4 Darrell Harvey, Bob Crow, Richard Vecchio, Jack Benson, Morris
Ayres, Edward Fair.
Row'I Mary Jo Sullivan, Dottie Hite, Franklin Brown, Vice Pres., Ed Dingle-
dy, Pres., Rita Nolte, Secy., Ronnie Mitchell, Treas., Beverly Weis,
Row2 Jim Kearney, Joe DeVivo, Don Mitchell, Sal Davelli, Bill Brasile, Walt
Kearney, Sandra Weiner.
Row3 Ronnie Gibala, Kathie Hite, Jean George, Darrell Matheus, Barbara
Baer, Cynthia Taylor.
Row4 David Kite, Jim Haven, Jim Adams, Emmett Boyle, Vincent Lombardi,
Row5 Ken Britton, Russell Connelly, Richard Ziegler, Bob Offerle, Richard
Beihseim, Michael Lastoria.
Row 6 Alan Greenberg, Phil Levine, David May, Marty Cannon, Jerry Rosen-
ART CLUB OFFICERS
President Ed Dingledy President . . .....,..,.. ,.... . Gerald Zona
Vice President Franklin Brown Vice President .. , Marilyn Druschel
Secretary Rita Nolte Secretary ...... Carole Newmark
Treasurer Ron Mitchell Treasurer ..,.. Dolores Murphy
F W E OFFICERS
President ...,,..,.... Richard Ziegler
Vice President Richard Beisheim .
Recording Secretary ,. .... Elaine Ryan
Corresponding Secretary ..,, ,..,,. C ynthia Simone
.. ,. Shirley Meyers
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Rowl Cynthia Taylor, Lucy Di Marzio, David Laurel, Treasurer, Carol Bigley, Secretary, Lawrence Conti,
Vice President, Richard Beisheim, President, Virginia Fabian, Dr. Helene Fenger.
Row2 Vince Ross, Katherine Green, Lillian Leikvold, Yvonne Alex, Shirley Myers, Roberta Schell, Rose
Row3 Richard Wilkison, Duane Catlin, Otto Ritter, Dave McClimans, Robert Reider, Gary Shaffer.
Row4 Dave Jessel, Ed Dingledy, Judy Assid, Jeanne Byers, Bob Offerle, Dick Stone.
Row 5 Marty Cannon, Roger Hicks, David May.
"W SSEN IST MACHTH
"Knowledge is power"
The German Club, organized in 1936, is one of
the oldest and most active clubs at Ne-Ca-Hi. Mem-
bership is comprised of the students from the German
classes. The purpose of "Der Deutsche Klub" is to
promote the customs and language of Germany.
Annual traditions of the Club include a fall in-
duction party, at which first year German students
are received into the Club. In December the Club
sponsors a party for the students of the Americani-
zation classes of the night school. The members decor-
ated the school's Christmas tree. Later the tree was
donated to the Almira Home. The final meeting ofthe
year is held in form of a picnic honoring the senior
The Club meets on the fourth Monday of each
month. This year the Club was fortunate in having a
native of Germany as its sponsor, Dr. Helene Fenger,
an exchange teacher from Bad Kreuznach, Germany.
Miss Rose Uhl, the Club's usual sponsor, is teaching
at Dr. Fenger's school in Germany under the Fulbright
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Gerri Rico, Janet Augostine, Judy Levine, Treasurer, Bob Brotemarkle, Vice President, Angie
Munno, President, Janet Lewis, Secretary, Shirley Patton, Paul Cozza.
Sandy Papst, Roger Naples, Carol Criss, Joyce Anttila, Sallie Nathanson, Joanne Audio, Nancy
Morrow, Felicia Bongivengo.
Gilbert Plant, Nancy Leiblic, Peggy Kennedy, Beverly Ann Davis, Joanne Balo, Barbara Lutch,
Dolly Elisco, Mary Lou Smith, Joan Pandolph.
Jim Kearney, John Leitera, John DeFelice, Warren Kincaid, Kathie Harrah, Barbara Hardy, Jean
Miller, Vincent Cambotti.
Franklin Brown, Russell Connelly, Don Bennett, Sam Leonard, Roy Bonci, Ralph Lombardo, William
President Angeline Munno
Vice President Robert Brotemarkle
Treasurer Judy Levine
Secretary Janet Lewis
Los Amigos or the Spanish Club is one of our most popular
language clubs. The main purpose ofthe club is to give the stu-
dents an additional opportunity to use their Spanish. Through
speakers, films, and special reports the students become ac-
quainted with the people in the countries where Spanish is
spoken The students also gain valuable experience in organ-
izing and conducting the club.
Miss Dorothy Edmunds is the organization's supervisor.
The business part of the meeting is conducted in Spanish. Los
Amigos hold their meetings on the last Monday of each month
and usually end their year by a social event.
E CERCLE FRANCA S
"En forgeant on deviant forgeon"
Rowi Jacqueline Evans, Ruthann Strobel, Secretary-Treasurer
Serena Rashid, President, lrene Glassi.
fprqctice mqkes perfect? Row2 Marilyn Druschel, Patricia Perrotta, Patty Treccase, Ros
alie Manos, Esther Anderson.
Le Cercle Francais, Cl' better known to The Row3 Wayne Ward, Darrell Matheus, Diane Abdoe, Sandra
rest of the school as the French Club, is under the
supervision of Miss Ethel Kelly. The main pur-
pose cf the organization is to give the students
an opportunity to use their French in programs
of various kinds, in games, dramatic skits, sing-
ing, and in social conversation. This year the
club has eighteen members. The meetings are
held on the third Monday of each month.
President .. . .. ....., Serena Rashid
Secretary ..,, Ruth Ann Strobel
After many years the Senatus Romanus Club
has been disbanded.
FLILM N ROMANUM
"The ROMAN FLASH, FLASHES AGAIN"
The Roman Flash is published by the Latin
classes of the school. It contains news about
the Latin classes, "iazzed up" versions of the
Latin literary works, crossword puzzles in Latin,
and exchanges. The editor this year is Janet
Nielsen, assistant editor, Luane Oberleitner, busi-
ness managers, Richard Beisheim 'and Jack
Row 4 Alan Greenberg, Joe Senko.
Rowl Carol Lee Jenkins, Alan Greenberg, Consul Secundus,
Amy Johns, Quacstor, Jim Eckelberger, Consul Primus,
Lillian Gabriel, Scriba, Luanne Oberleitner, Carole
Row2 Janet Nielsen, JoAnn Mercer, Angie Munno, Barbara
Lutch, Claudette Crabill, Frances Grossman, Peggy
Row3 Katherine Green, Nancy Leiblic, Thalia Reynolds, Donna
Boyd, Judy Perry, Carol Mollic, Margie Gibson.
Row4 Darrell Matheus, Marian Ahlquist, Ronnie Gibala,
David Frank, Gilbert Hoffman, John Abraham, Jeanne
Row5 Sandra Polenick, Richard Beisheim, Phil Levine, David
May, Bruce McCullough, John Caventer.
Row'l Luanne Oberleitner, Asst. Editor, Janet Neilsen, Editor,
May Eakin, Supervisor, Peggy Smith, Jr. High Com.,
Margie Gibson, Exchange Editor.
Row2 Robert Abraham, Marian Ahlquist, John Caventer,
Richard Beisheim, Gilbert Hoffman.
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During this past year the twelve Ne-Ca-Hi maiorettes have
provided wonderful entertainment. The majorettes are chosen
mainly for their ability to march and perform with batons.
With the guidance and assistance of Miss Barbara Tilley and
Mr. Willard Keen, they practiced every third and seventh periods
during the football season. The results spoke for themselves.
Head Maiorette Sandy Wochner
Assistant Head Maiorette Adrienne Lloyd
The Drill Team under the sponsorship of Miss Tilley per-
formed at all the football games. They gave the half time
watchers a great thrill with their intricate patterns and snappy
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Adrienne Lloyd, Natalie
Colecchi, Frances Par-
enti, Judy Bender, Bar-
bara Dunlap, Nancy
Sandy Wochner, Flo-
reen Colella, Gracie
Cook, Sandy De Rosa,
Sandy De Rosa, Gracie
Cook, De-dee Dalton,
Mary Ann Farrone,
Joyce Shaffer, Nancy
Foster, Frances Parente
Joyce Anttila, Anna Pic-
cirillo, Mary Ann Ross,
Helen Lepore, Verna
Book, Virginia Calalu-
ca, Sandy Wochner.
Anna Le Pore, Adrienne
Lloyd, Barbara Dunlap
Judy Bender, Pat Trec-
case, Barbara Sizer
Phyllis Malizia, Bet y
Susie Rusaell, Natalie
Colecchi, Nancy Logan
Judy Vago, Dia ne
Brown, Joan Taylor,
Fred Hartfelder, Chuck Wingfield, Alan
Greenberg-The Trumpet Trio
The Band under the direction of Mr. Willard Keen has com-
pleted another successful year.
ln preparation for the first football game they began prac-
ticing several weeks before school started in September. They
performed at all the home games and several out-of-town games.
The group was smaller this year, there being only sixty
The band also participated in parades, the district and the
state festivals, and several groups played at the Rotary Show.
Mr. Keen, Joanna Audia, Norma Baum, Edna Mae Hill, Kenneth Boyd, Armelia Dixon, Christine lorio, Patty Anthony,
Barbara Lutch, Anna Rose Cestrone, Arlene Reston.
Carol Sarbo, Donna Catterson, Rita Retort, Jerry Stiffler, Carol Lutz, John Court, Marvin Friedman, Patty Hink, Pat
Finnin, Gwenne Lataline, Judy Carlon.
Leona Costul, Hettie Meadows, Margie Capezio, Adele Fiscus, Andy Domenick, Joe Stefano, John Racioppo, Tom Brom-
ley, John Buckley, Harry Caravaggio.
Bob Dean, Bob Vincent, Walter McClendon, Pete Georges, Jim Stiffler, Carmen Cucitrone, Dave Todd, Tony Ross, Bob
Pasalinquo, Walter Scott, Donald Matteo,
Dyke Spiker, Kenneth Hitchen, Jerry Earl, Laird Adams, Otto Pearsall, John Pazzo, William Ford, Robert Finnin, Jack
Ort, Rees Flannery, Anthony Pezone, Dave Tucker.
Ralph Lombardo, Alfred Boyd, John Hromyak, Bob Marino, John Hake.
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The cclcr guard carrying the school, state
and country's colors lead ihe band.
They are Cleft to rightl Richard Wilkison,
Jce Fuleno, Leon Wesolowski, Roger Panello, Jim
Messner, Ronnie Wyman.
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Chuck Wingfield, Joe Ste-
fano, Christine lorio, Andy
Domenick, Russell Connelly,
Tom Hartman, Pete Georges,
Francis Cordelia, Judy Car-
lon, Vicky Ginocchi, Nedra
Critchlow, Vincent Lombardi,
Joe De Vivo, Jim Haven.
Seated: Danny Bubnick, John
Stone, Judy Bell, Janet Niel-
sen, Gretchen Rentz, Jona-
than Tucker, Linda Johnston,
Geraldine Zidow, Mary Ann
Standing: John Caventer, Kim
Foley, Bill Brasile, Mr. Keen.
Tony Ross, Camilla Briggs,
Carmen Cucitrone, Micheline
Pcngley, Janice De Vivo, Jerry
Earl, John Arniino, Bob Passa-
linqua, Bob Dean.
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Eddie Davis .....,
Tommy Green ..,...
After a long day's work
Mr. Wilson ,....
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Properties Chairman .,,..
Make Up Chairman ....,
Advertising Chairman .
On the spot
What a lecture
, Joye Thompson
.. Serena Rashid
, Jean Ann Kerr
Louella, the Maid
Stage Crew Chairman
Hand Props Chairman
Edna Mae Smith
Joye Delle Thompson
TIME OUT FOR GINGER
On November 18, 1955 the "Chics of '56" presented the sen-
ior play, "Time Out For Ginger," written by Ronald Alexander.
Ginger is a fourteen year old girl who after hearing her father's
speech on equality of the sexes, goes out for football and, much
to everyone's surprise, makes the team.
Her father is overjoyed because a member of his family
is a real football player.
Her sisters, Joan and Jeannie, are completely mortified.
Tommy Green, Ginger's boyfriend, makes Ginger de-
cide between football and himself.
After making a touchdown in one game, Ginger is com-
pletely embarrassed because everyone still treats her as a girl
instead of an equal. She realizes now that she wants to be
treated as a girl. Her wish is granted at the end of the play
when she attends a dance with her boyfriend.
What a surprise! Rabbits are chinchillas.
Red pepper and pin cushions welcome the P. T. A.
The school play, "A Case of Springtime,"
was presented on February 24, T956. The
three-act comedy, written by Christopher
Sergei, is the story of o high school boy who
had to compete with a college man for his
Bob Parker is in a predicament again!
At his magic show during a school assembly
program he accidentally cut into the princi-
pal's daughter, Joan, while trying to do the
trick called, "Sawing a Woman in Half."
After assuring everyone this was not inten-
tional, Bob immediately gets into more
trouble. He has the principal's coat dyed
bright yellow, and eggs broken into his hat
-"by accident!!" Three P. T. A. women
come to visit Bob's mother and run into
heating pads, black pepper, and flypaper
set up like a booby-trap.
In a very eventful ending, Bob has a
tangle with the law, but is free. After being
forgiven by the principal, Bob finds Joan
waiting for him.
Will l be a millionaire?
"I" am the law!
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Row I Mr. E. C. Book, Jean Chappell, Sherri Fix, Peggy Smith, Rita Nolte, Bill Rice, George McClendon, Jim Pandolph, Jim
Stoner, Luann Oberleitner, Mary Lou Oddi, Barbara Soupart, Judy Dix.
Row2 Elvi Sacripant, Sandy Wilson, Carol Saunders, Glen Glass, Russ Gromley, George Georgiadis, Harvey Black, Gary
Ruha, Jim Lutz, Mary Ann Travers, Carol Jenkins, Joyce Catlin, Margy Banks.
Row3 Barbara Double, Phyllis Newmark, Kathy Pappas, Dan Rudolph, Dick Klugh, Dave Dayton, Bill Tobin, Larry Fisher,
Sandy Richards, Joanne Balo, Joan Pandolph, Patty Sowersby, Sylvia Reese.
Row4 Kim Foley, Marian Ahlquist, Judy Vago, Georgi Ann Komara, Ken Carr, Sam Leonard, John Buckner, Jerry Rosenber-
ger, John Georges, Roger Hicks, Linda Klingensmith, Linda Johnston, Carol Mollic, Barbara Baer, Carol Finemore.
Librarians I I .
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.. George Georgeadis
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Dave Tucker, Jim Lutz, Ass't.
., . ,.i.. . ., .. Joan Balo
Pat Sowersby, John Buckner
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Phyllis Newmark, Rita Nolte, Sandy Richards, Carol
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Helen Barbati, Sandy DeRosa, Maureen Marshall, Adelaide Cassella, Connie Stevenson, Barbara Cerbes, Judie Cushe
ner, Peggie Clark, Anna Piccirillo, Jacqueline Evans, Brenda Levin, Nancy Cornman, Joyce Cushner.
Cecilia Hassen, Claudette Perkins, Sue Chapman, Flora Williams, Susan Connors, Judy Jenkins, Peggy Copson, Lois
Kelley, JoAnn Favorite, Loretta Priscaro, Theresa Santo, Julie D'Bacco, Harriet Brothers.
Patricia Sansosti, Eileen Murray, Gloria Cummins, Mary Ann Lasky, Shirley Parshall, Barbara Schlicker, Carol Joseph,
Thelma Taylor, Kathleen Richey, Shirley Hill, Geraldine Grim, Janice Myer, Jackie Sapienza, Roseann Sbarro.
Every school day, fourth period, a group of chattering young females gather
in room 27, to sing and study music.
Occasionally they hear records of great composers and artists. A maga-
zine is read from which the girls learn of music happenings of the day.
President Judy Cushner
Vice President Loretta Priscarro
Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Cerbes
Librarians Joyce Cushner, Jackie Sapienzo
Sergeant-at-Arms Harriet Brothers
Standing David Tucker, Glen Glass, Roger Hicks,
Seated Cathy Parkes.
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Rowi Carmen Klam, Carl Miller, Steve Baron, Dave Stewart, Darrell Harvey, Dave McCune, Don Bordenaro, Joe Monico,
Frank Deluca, Anthony Circelli, Bob Dolling.
Row2 Richard Kelley, Clarence McCormick, Don Cummings, Bob McCrumb, Harry Caravaggio, Paul Mooney, Glenn Turner,
Herbert Morgan, Anthony Nero, Jack Benson, Terry Bell, Sam Carothers, Jack Stiffler, John Kaufman.
Row3 Helen Rankin, Ernestine Earles, Loretta Spanish, Barbara Ann Plant, Betty Reese, Jacque Bender, Marcia Acquaviva,
Anne McKnight, Anne Wrona, Beverly Valentino, Ruthy Brotemarkle, Mary Ann Farrone, Connie DeCc1rbo, Elaine
McQuiston, Madelyn Tomai, Marietta Cavaricci, Nancy Ward.
Row4 Mavelyn Moffett, Barbara Cratty, Sally Hill, Loretta McHenry, Joanna Audia, Judy Bender, Rosemary Fisher, Rose-
marie DeRosa, Patti Thomas, Linda Dalesandro, Gloriann McFarland, Virginia Logan, Patti Budai, Eleanor Logan,
Row 5 Sondra Morrissey, Mary Beth Winter, Marilyn Cleland, Patty Quinn, Edyce Fee, Betty Lou Tyrnell, Charlotte Gennaula,
Dottie Bales, Nancy Horton, Gerry Marso, Rosalee Clapper, Kathy Parks, Kathie Harrah, Norma Baum, Dorothy Price,
The two sections of Mixed Chorus are part ot the Vocal Department in our
Besides learning the parts that make up a song, Mixed Chorus has a won-
derful opportunity to learn the fundamentals of music theory.
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Mike DeMarco T T .President T T T TT Lou Quahliero
Joyce Shaffer T T TT T .,.. TT Vice President T T T T Bob Dolling
Patsy George T T ,.., T T TT ,TTTTTTT Secretary-Treasurer T T T Pat Barnes
Judy Bender, Mary Ann Farrone librarians T TTTTT TT T TTTT T Joe Morici
Jacque Bender TT TT T TTTTTT Sergeant at Arms T TT T T Joe McCreary
Kathy Parks T T TTTT Accompanist T TTTT T Marcia Aquaviva
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The following are not dressed as they are when
giving a program. The picture had to be retaken
and they did not receive notification.
Rowi Jack DeMarco, Louis Quahliero, Mary Ann
Ross, Joyce Buchanan, Pat Passerrello,
Michael DeMarco, Charles Cavaricci, Joseph
Row2 Buddy Rebmann, Frank Bondi, Dick Barber,
Joe McCreary, Richard Johns, Edward Kay,
Row3 Siegfried Webber, Ben Janacone, Larry
ltalio, Ebert Seeger, Albert Joseph, James
Brooks, Carmen Cucitrone, Nick Lombardo.
Linda Johnston, Barbara Baer, Joanne Balo, Joan
Pondolph, Sally Lou Hogue, Kathy Pappas, Bar-
bara Taylor, Luanne Oberleitner, Peggy Smith,
Judy Vago, Barbara Double, Evelyn Chappell.
Concert Choir, soloists, and ensemble groups have given
the following programs in the T955-T956 concert season:
Mid-Western Teachers' Institute
Traditional Christmas Assembly at Ne-Ca-Hi
Program for Rotary Club
Christmas Caroling throughout the halls
Programs at Ben Franklin and George Washington Junior High
Mid-Western District Chorus Festival
State Chorus Festival
Programs for Lions and Kiwanis Clubs
The Fifth Annual Music Festival at Ne-Ca-Hi
Program for Spring Assemblies
Yearly out-of-town concert trip
Program at First Methodist Church
Program at Third United Presbyterian Church
New Castle Engineering Society
Concert Choir Dance
Penn Grove Hotel, Grove City, Pennsylvania
District Orchestra-February 9, TO, ll
Violins: Judy Bell, Janet Neilsen, Danny Bubnik, Lu Anne
Bass: Jack Caventer
French Horn: Russell Connelly Kwon second chairj
Trumpet: Charles Wingfield lwon first chairl
Bassoon: Joseph De Vivo lwon first chairl, James Haven Kwon
Drums: Anthony Ross Kwon second chairj
State Orchestra March 8, 9, TO
District Band January l2, 13, T4
Trumpet: Andrew Domenick lwon first chairl
Clarinets: Edna Mae Hill, Robert Marino Kwon second chairl
Saxophone: Jack Ort
Trombone: John Hake
Sousaphone: John Hromyak
Baritone: Dave Tucker
Bass: Jack Caventer Cwon first chairj
Bassoon: James Haven lwon first chairj
State Band February 2, 3, 4
Trumpet: Andrew Dcmenick
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For thirty-three consecutive years in the past, Phil H. Bridenbaugh has
turned out teams of which any city and school could well be proud. From 1922
through 1955, he was a man honored and respected by his every team, geometry
students, and city alike. Bridey retired as one ot the most successful coaches in
western Pennsylvania high school circles. To his credit he has 268 wins, 57
losses, and 59 ties. At the start of his career here his teams went through 38
games Without a single loss. This set the pattern for things to come here at
Ne-Ca-Hi. At the end of the '55 season, the whole city bade farewell in a tri-
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Rowl Guy Natale, Frank Bongivengo, Tom Amodie, Roy Bonci, Joe Frengel, Bob Book, Ronnie Abraham, John Armino, Bob
Cassalandra, Bill Belknap, John Welther, Dave Alexander, Dick Conrad, Joe Mancine, George Librandi.
Row2 Frank Bondi, Manager, Mike Barletto, Chuck Cavaricci, Fred Fitch, Tom Latsko, Tom Petrovitch, Bob Kovach, Joe
McCreary, Leroy Shepard, Sam Peak, Jim Massie, Charles Morgan, Alfred Perrotta, David Moses, John Gunn, Dick
Row3 Ronnie Olson, Dennis Stone, John Abraham, Ron Guido, Anthony Citelli, Allen Jackson, Pete Leonard, Ernie Stitzin-
ger, Jim Mitchell, Alfred Coiro, Tom Hartman, Jim Mitchell, Ronnie Chamberlain, Tom Pfeiffer, Anthony Cialella, Harry
Crisci, Harvey Black.
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6 i , Carrick 6
21 Erie Academy 6
7 . Youngstown East 18
7 Sharon 20
O McKeesport 26
26 , , Farrell 7
14 i Johnston 26
O Washington 21
14 Harbrack 6
39, , Ellwood City 13
Managers-First Row: Ronnie Olson, John Abraham.
Won 4 Tied 1 Lost 5
Coaches: Phil Bridenbaugh, Chuck James, ,,,
George Binder, Bill Klee, Gig Thomas.
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Second Row: Frank Bondi, Dennie Stone, Dick Dicks.
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S andlng Frank Brown mgr., Joe Manclne, Bob Boak, Carl Singer, John Georges, Walt Mangham, Dick
Vago lou Faraone Jerry Fitzpatrick, Ken Carr, mgr.
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Sitting: John Leitera, Ron Domen-
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Jim Donston, John Sanchez, Carl
Standing: Darrell Dean, mgr., An-
thony Deluca, Ernest Stitzenger,
Joe Mancine, Bob Mangino, Jim
Mitchell, Carl Singer, Dick Vago,
Joe McGaffic, Reese Flannery,
Dave Jessell, Joe Bontield, Billy
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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY RECORD
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This will be Austin Cowmeadow's last Cross Country Team
During the past nine years Ne-Ca-Hi's Cross Country has placed first three
times and has placed second, three times.
First Row: C. Soberay, L. Schw Don n J L
Second Row: D. Weinshank, D Kelley D C n C S s R Hoitmat
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lFIRST PICTUREJ Row'l Beverly Weis, Sally Marquis, Cynthia Simone, Francie Grossman, Dottie Bales, Marietta D'Augostine,
Connie Coci, Felicia Bongivengo, Lillian Gabriel, Gerri Rico, Lucy DiMarzio, Nancy Lundy, JoAnn Spears, Connie De-
Carbo, lrene Glassi, Lorraine Wrona, Patricia Sansosti,Declee Dalton, Claudette Spanish.
Row2 Ruth Freeman, Vicky Ginocchi, Amy Johns, Jacque Barker, Myrna Venditto, Anna Panella, Ada Paolone, Margaret Lu-
bensky, Gerry Graham, Annette Pazzo, Lillian Leikvold,Jayce Buchanan, Carole Newmark, Lillian Vukavich, Virginia
Logan, Elizabeth Hutchison, Mavelyn MofTett, Edna Mae Hill, JoAnn Hayes, Betty Squillo.
Row3 Grace Johnson, Sandy Wochner, Jeanie Lose, Roberta Schell, Susan Connors, Jean McGuirk, Barbara Baer, Nancy
Leiblic, Judy Levine, Barbara Dunlap, Nancy Ray, Phyllis Malizia, Jackie Lindsley, Sandy Wonner, Betty Malley, Pat
Finnin, Carol Lutz, Margie Capezio, Charlotte Gennaula, Judy Hawke, Carole Fronius, Lonnie Eckles, Judy Weiner,
Janet Lewis, Donna Borclonaro, Rosemary George, JoAnn Mercer, Marie Pollio, Priscilla Reed, Kim Foley, Nancy Lo-
gan, Adrienne Lloyd.
QSECOND PICTUREJ Rowl Mary Ann Ross, Joyce Shatter, Posfna Crisci, Karen Drespling, Muriel Kennedy, Mary Lou Oddi,
Peggy Mangrne, Rita Mariacher, Mary Ann Yoho, Dolores Murphy, Carol Bigley, Gracie Cook, Patty Benigus, Harriette
Levy, Elaine McQuiston, Betz Lockhart, Mary Lou Mele, Joye Delle Thompson, Pat Barnes, Phyllis Brown, Jackie Pacello,
Anna Lepore, Barbara Echard, Arlene Champ.
Anna Piccirello, Eileen Cowher, Betty Crockett Ida May Suber Marilyn Stoner Carol Sarbo Rita R t t F
, , , , e or, rances Par-
ente, Faith Alloy, Geraldine Naples, Natalie Colecchi, Edna Mae Smith, Judy Perry Pat Treccase Janet Volpe, Darla
Barnett, Sharon Hoyland, Jo McWilliams, Carol Nichollson, Joan Parkes, Barbara Siler, Janet Siergicz.
Floreen Colella, Patty Gorgacz, Nancy Horton, Claudia Linton, Julie DiBacci, Helen Lupore, Theresa Santa, Loretta Pris-
caro, Jo ce Willi m V' ' ' W'd '
y a s, lrgrnia I ney, Susie Russell,Judy Burley, Kathryn Seeger, Barbara Taylor, A. Jayne Johns-
ton, Shirley Parshall, Martha Talaganis, Margarethe Zahniser, Nancy Ann Sheridan Kathy Parks, Marion Pa le
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Judy Gerst, Janet Nielson, Jancy Logan, Adrienne Lloyd, Judy Patterson, Gaye Laurell, Margie Gibson, Jayne Ussel-
ton, Jan Gillest, Rosalie Manos.
HE THE GA 'S GET TOGETHER
The Girl's Athletic Association is under the capable supervision of Miss Mary
Nonett and Miss Barbara Tilley.
To be a G. A. L., a student must have earned at least 50 points by partici-
tion in any of several sports and to be of physical fitness.
Some of the activities in which the G. A. L. participates are: selling candy
at Ne-Ca-Hi basketball games, annual banquet, and the gym exhibition.
The purpose ofthe club is to understand athletic sports more thoroughly and
to improve physical fitness. lt gives the outstanding girls of the school an oppor-
tunity to do some specialized work and to further their interests in athletics not
provided in the school curriculum.
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Buckner, P. Si. Moritz, B. Rowe, J. McCune, F. Calcxbrese.
Kneeling Austin Cowmeadow, Head Coach, L. Ifcxlio, Manager.
B, Ceorfoss, B. Rowe, F. Caloubrese, J. Buckner.
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Rowl Ralph Coates, Bob Kyle, Gib Plant, Tom Montgomery,Joe Aven, Tom Perdue, George Librandi, Vince Ross, Shane
Row2 Eddie Linton, Robin Slay, Ed Dingledy, Sonual Williams, Duke Morosky, Jim Messner, Bob Palmer, Bud Kincaid,
John Egan, Chuck Seinkner, John Donegan, Findley Boyd, Bob Wiech, Ben Janacone.
Row3 Dave Messner, Frank Deluca, Howard Andy, Dewitt Morrow, Carmen Cucitron, Jerry Navarra, Jerry Passerrello, Jeff
Beacham, Vincent Angiolelli.
THE BOYS' GY TE
The Boys' Gym Team completed its tenth consecutive year under the able su-
pervision of Mr. Joseph Thompson, the advisor of the Class of '56. The purpose
ofthe team is to develop gymnastic skill and general physical ability for its mem-
bers. Emphasis is placed on all-around physical fitness and condition flanked
closely with muscular co-ordination and control.
The team practices Hve times a week during the fifth period in the gymna-
sium. During practice the activities of the team include rope climbing, tumbling,
stunts, and work on the parallel and horizontal bars.
On March 9 the team combined its efforts with the Girls' Athletic League in
the annual gym exhibition held at the George Washington Junior High School
elvis A CHEER
This year's cheerleading squad consisted of eight regular
members and six Jay-vees, most of whom were on hand at every
football and basketball game, home and away, throughout the
season, rain or shine.
The squad has certainly done justice for the boys on the
basketball and football teams and for the school. Any game is
really incomplete without organized cheering. They worked very
hard to develop this type of cheering and were rewarded in
Gloria Barletto, Vicki Ranucci,
Mary Lou Mele, Pat Barnes,
Jackie Lindsley, Joye Delle
Thompson, Mary Lou Ryhal,
Phyllis Brown, Janice Gillest, Janet Volpe, Sharon
Hoyland, Lonnie Eckles, Rosalie Manos.
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Memories Are Made Ot This
It's A Woman's World .....
Hit and Run Affair .,.4...
lt May Sound Silly ....
Unsuspecting Heart ..,,.,
I Need You Now .,...
Longest Walk ....,..
Learning the Blues .,..
Unchained Melody ,,...
Ain't That A Shame ,.,...
Something's Gotta Give . ..
Rock Around The Clock .... .
Hard to Get ......,........,..
Hawk Eyes .....
Popcorn Song .....,.
Sixteen Tons .,.,.,
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Love and Marriage ...,..
Poor People of Paris .,,,,,
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That's Your Mistake ..... ...,. F alse Alarm Fire Drill
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Every Little Now and Then .,., ..... . Studying
A Tear Fell .........,,.,.......... , Class Day
Daddy-O ..,.,..,... ,.., ,........ . ....,...., ..... , . . Mr. Thompson
Suddenly There's A Valley ... Dips in second floor hall
Hot Diggity Dog ,,.,.,.....,., .. ......... . ......... . . Vacations!
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The Song That Brought Us Together .....
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Great Pretender ......
Devil Or Angel? ..,..
Teen Age Prayer ........
It's Almost Tomorrow ,.., ,
That's All ....
THE LAST WILL OF THE CLASS OF 1956
Cherie Edmiston-leaves-rosy cheeks-to-Judy Perry
Judy Levine-leaves-fingers-to-anybody that wants them
Nancy Leiblic-leaves-comments-to-any sarcastic junior
Dick Speck-leaves-monkeyshines--to-John Valle
Vince Cambotti-leaves-car-to-Cla rence McCormick
Guy Natale--leaves-good lucks-to-Mickey Donegan
Lorraine Fleeger-leaves-brown eyes-to-Barbara Thayer
Clara Ann Abraham-leaves-Gladys-to-Clara Marinelli
Lou Faraone-leaves-gum-to-Ricky Vago
Kenny Ca rr--leaves-"Mary-ment"-to-Miss Nonefi
Jerry Navarra-leaves-muscles-to-Jim Messner
Mrs, Alexander's English classes-leave-hilarious fun-to-any
Melvin Coznowski-leaves-school spirit-to-Frank Broaddus
Cynthia Simone-leaves-bake sales-to-F. T. A.
Ronnie Gibala-leaves-sliderule-to Gilbert Hoffman
Dick Beisheim-leaves-German book-to-Doug Cannon
Marilyn Druschel-leaves-paint brush-to-Jacque Bender
Connie Coci-leaves-V-neck sweaters-to-Pat Passerrello
Cookie Fee-leaves-diamond-to-engaged iunior girl
Jim Kearney-leaves-"Korny Komments"-to-Bob Crowe
Tom Amodie-leaves-kicking toe.-to-Dave Alexander
Joe DeVivo--leaves-iive and activity-to-Phil Levine
Joe McCreary-leaves curly hair-t
Zeke Exposito-leaves-white bucks-to-Jimmey Must
-D. A.-to-Janet Prioletti
shorthand book-to-Pat Malandro
Nancy Hanna-leaves-giggles-to-Judy Vago
Jcye Delle Thompson-
leaves-bubbles-to-Edna Mae Smith
., Mr. Book
Cramming for Exam
June 5, 1956
iunior class that may need it
Our Chips Hungry Learning to be on Model
Friends, Romans, and Counfryrnen Three Muskeieers l've been thinking
Sealed: Lillian Gabriel, Secretary, Vincent Ciambofli,
Standing: Frank Bongivengo, Treasurer, Kent Mally,
7. The year begins
21. Our first assembly on college-Dr. Pratt
30. Assembly-Dr. Williams, Penn State
1. Harvest Moon Ball sponsored by the Concert Choir
7. Senior Class Party
18. Our first Dooms day-REPORT CARDS
21. No school-teachers' convention
28. Another teachers' convention-no school
10. Armistice Day Play
11. No school-We slept
18. Our Senior Class Play-"Time Out for Ginger"
23. Thanksgiving Vacation-Out at 2:30
23. Harvest Moon Ball
28. Back to the salt mines
1. Mayor DeCarbo talked to the P.O.D. Classes
9. Christmas Play-Room 'For Mary
14. Concert Choir Program
22. Vacation began at 2:30
28. Basketball team at
29. Johnstown Tourney
3. Back to school
9. Senior Personality Rating
12. District Band Festival
27. Close of First Semester
2. State Band Festival
11. Senior Valentine Dance
Diane l. Abdoe
Here's a gal that's really neat,
ln her ways, she can't be beat.
Y-Teens 10-115 Guidance 10-11-125 French Club 12.
Clara A. Abraham
Slim, dark, personality plus,
Gladys is a girl that really suits us.
-20. Our February Break
More sleep that we needed
Another Milestone-Grade Day
G. A. L. Dance
Easter Vacation began
Remember the P. O. D. Test?
Student Council Play
Activity Point Award Assemblies
Did you get a reward?
Senior Recognition Day
And were we proud!
Memorial Day-no school
We got our caps and gowns
Moments to Remember
We'll never be the same!
Robert M. Abraham
A big brain in our class,
He'll work his way up fast.
Senatus Romanus 115 Home Room Repres. 125 Fulmen Romcmurn
S. Ja Ann Abraham
Clothes and men are her likes,
With her long black hair she's quite all right.
Goal Post 1250 B E 125 Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 125 Dofobs 12. Y-Teens 11-125 Goal Post 12.
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On the football team is our Ron,
Over him the girls are gone.
Football 10, 11, 12, Home Room Repres, 11.
R. Laird Adams
Spiffy dresser, friendly boy,
Larry is a lot of joy.
Guidance 10, 11, 12, Band 11, 12, Office Boy 12, Hall
Patrol 10, Color Guard 11.
Marian S. Ahlquist
Very nice, never is blue,
And besides that, she's intelligent too.
Bend 10, Secy. 11, Orch. 10, 11, Secy. 11, F.T.A. 10, 11,
12, Treas. 11, Concert Choir 12, Y-Teens 10, Activity
Repres. 12, Fulmen Romanum 11, 12, Senatus Romanus
11, Fooiball Usher 11, 12, Perfect Attendance 10, 11,
12, Basketball Usher 12, Nurses' Club 12, Sportswomen
12, F.W.E. 12.
Jacqueline R. Aiello
Here's to Jackie, what a gal,
To everyone, she's a swell pal.
Football Usher 12, G.A.L. 12, Nurses' Club 12.
Sandra S. Aiken
Sandy's hair is strikingly red,
You won't find a nicer kid.
Andy J. Alberico
Andy speaks but seldom, true,
But never fails to say Hi to you.
Perf. Att. 10, 12, Spanish Club 11.
Sue A. Albert
Sue is quiet but sweet,
A truer friend you'll never meet.
Home Room Repres. 10, Camera Club 11, 12, O,B.E. 12.
Robert G. Alex
Bob is a quiet sort,
In everything he is a sport.
Home Room Repres. 11.
Like her name she's really true,
She'll always do her best for you.
Darlene A. Altman
She's not very big from her top to her toes,
She's just a cute trick who has many beaux.
Home Room Repres. 11.
Angelo V. Ambrose
Ang is a swell guy to know,
Give him an accordion and watch him go.
On the football field he can really go,
He makes those points with his kicking toe.
Home Room Repres. 10, Student Coun. 11, Track 10,
Football 10, 11, 12.
Esther M. Anderson
She's a gal that's pleasing and grand,
That's what puts Esther right in demand.
Camera Club 10, Y-Teens 11, Home Room Repres. 12
French Club 12, Nurses' Club 12, Football Usher 12.
Thomas L. Anderson
with a sax Tom's got the hand,
He'll surely playin Dorsey's band.
Band 10, 11, Outdoorsmen 11, 12, Hall Patrol 10, Pre
Ses. Squad 11, Attendance Sq. 10.
Rim dim is his heart's desire,
Here's a guy the gals admire.
Gym Team 11, 12.
Like Dick Contino, he'll go for,
Playing his accordion, piano, and guitar.
Gym Team 11, 12, Office Boy 10, Pe:f. Att. VJ, 11.
Palty E. Anthony
Patty seems somewhat quiet,
But when she gets started, Oh, what a riot!
Y-Teens1O,Bond 11, 12.
Peggy J. Anthony
Peggy is really nice to know,
Cheerful, friendly and with a lot-on-the-go.
Y-Teens 10, Football Usher 12.
Quiet front that hides a lot,
Brains this guy has really got.
F.T.A. 10, Activity Repres. 12, Perfect Att. 10, 11, 12,
Always busy, never still,
But of good deeds be his will.
Roberta A. Arnold
Berty seems very quiet,
But when on skates, she's a riot.
Goal Post 12, Art Club 12.
Judy C. Assid
100 percent from head to feet,
That's our Judy and lust as sweet.
German Club 11, 12, Football Usher 12.
Cute Joanne that's full of pep,
This gal is really hep.
Band 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, Nurses' Club 12
F.T.A. 12, Sportswomen 12, F.W.E, 12.
Janet L. Augostine
Small, petite and poised,
Janet's a girl who likes boys.
Footliall Usher 12, Nurses' Club 12, Spanish Club 12,
Nick L. Augustine
Nickie's a guy that's got it all,
He'll probably never have a fall.
Office Boy 10, Hall Patrol ll.
Seniors first get-together-
The Senior Swing
Small but full of dynamite,
Sets claim to everything but height.
Gym Team 10, 11,12.
A serious boy that's tops in all,
The girls think he is a doll.
Dofobs 10, Turnstile 11, 12, Art Club 11,12.
Barbara L. Baer
Barb will laugh her life away,
Always ioyful, happy and gay.
Y-Teens 10, 11, Concert Choir 11, 12, Aud. Usher 115
G. A. L. 10, 11 ,125 Perf. Att. 11, Science Club 12p Sports-
Quit school and is not graduating in June 1956.
Jane E. Ball
Jane's a girl that you should know,
She's the one that's on the go.
Football usher 12, Camera Club 125 Nurses' Club 12.
Singing's a hobby with our Jo,
Hear her sing and then you'll know.
Y-Teens 11: Concert Choir 10, 11, 125 Spanish 12, Foot-
ball usher 12.
Here's a gal that dresses neat,
She's got clothes that can't be beat!
Here's a guy who knows his way,
And always has a lot to say.
Cross Country 10, Track 10, 11, 12, Perf. Att. 12.
The world's what he wants to see,
Admiral Byrd's successor he'll likely be.
German Club 10, Pep Club 11, Science Club 11, 12,
Band 11, Perf. Att. 10.
Jacque's thoughts are away from school
She knows how to play it cool!
G.A.L. 11,12,Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Treas. 11, Science Club
12, Nurses' Club 12, Spanish Club 12, Auditorium
Usher 12, St. Co. Com. 12, Sportswomen 12.
This kid has got pep, pep, pep,
When she cheers she's always in step.
Home Room Repres. 11, 12, G.A.L. 11, 12, Pres. 12,
Cheerleader 125 Perf. Att, 10, 11, Aud. Usher 10, 117
Activity Com. 12.
Ric, ric, ric, Rac, rac, rac,
Pat's a girl that's really stacked.
Dofobs 10, Y-Teens 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, G.A.L. 12,
Home Room Rep. 12.
Drawing and tumbling are fun for Jeff,
ln all he knows, he's rated best.
Gym team 10, 11, 12, Art Club 11,12.
Carol Jean Beals
Fun and laughter are her game,
She is surely on her way to fame.
Pep Club 12, Camera Club 10.
Dick works hard and results he gets,
A friend like him you'll never forget.
German Club 10, 11, 12, Pres. 12, Home Room Repres.
11, Guidance Com. 10, Fulmen Romanum 11, 12, Bus.
Mgr. 12, Senatus Romanus 11, Science Club 11, 12,
Pep Club 11, 12, Perf. Att. 10, 11, 125 Ne-Ca-Hi Stott
12, Aud. Usher 12, F.W.E. 12, V. Pres. 12.
Don likes stamps and basketball too,
He's one kid that won't forget you.
Stamp Club 11, 12, Pep Club 12, Spanish Club 125 Perf.
Jack is a real gone pal,
Someday he will settle for iust one gal.
Art Club 12.
Get ready, get set, go,
Want it done, let Carol know.
St. Council 10, St. Council Com. 10, 11, Dofobs 10, Treas.
10, Y-Teens 10, 11, 127 G.A.L. 10, 11, 12, German Club
11, 12, Sec. 12, Perf. Att. 10, Activity Rep. 12, Aud.
Usher 12, Basketball Usher 125 A Case of Springtime 12,
To play basketball is his dream,
He's a member of our famous team.
Shirley's one you'll not forget,
A lasting friend you can bet.
Camera Club 11, 12, Perf. Att. 11,12.
Zipper is the nickname of this gal,
She is friendly, kind, and really swell.
Camera Club 11, 12, Sec. 12, Football Usher 12, Nurses'
Club 12, Spanish Club 12.
Bob's a good player and a regular sport,
What our class needs is more of his sort.
Football 10, 11, 127 Track 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10,12.
Joan is quick to answer right,
She's a girl who's iust all right.
Guidance Com. 10, 11, 12, Nurses' Club 12.
Gay and happy is our Roy,
He is always full of ioy.
Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Science Club 11,
Spanish Club 12, Perf. Att. 12.
Carp's the nickname of our Frank,
Soon he'll start to fill the bank.
Football Manager 11, 12.
The hardworking shop boys of Ne-CQ-Hi,
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Mae's the one that we all know,
Personality plus she steals the show.
St. Co. 10, 11, 12, St. Co, Com. 10, 11, 12, Aud. Usher
11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, Nurses' Club
11, 12, Perf. Att. 10, 12, G.A.L. 12, Football Usher 12.
Our treasurer is tops in sports we know,
To fame our Frankie is sure to go.
St. Co, 10, Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Bas-
ketball 10, 11, 12, Class Treasurer 11, 12, Attendance
11, Hall Patrol 12, Per. Att. 11.
Clare M. Book
Pete is a handy kid to have around,
He hardly ever makes a sound.
Shop Football 12,
Boone is one that's fond of school,
He's a guy that's really cool.
Perf. Att. 10, 12, Cross Country 12, Track 12.
Donna's got the charm we know,
To someone great she's sure to go.
Aud. Usher 11, 12, Activity Repres. 12, G.A.l.. 12, St. Co.
Com. 12, Football Usher 12, Y-Teens 12.
ln school he is the quiet kind,
But when school's out he's hard to find.
Color Guard 10, Band 11, 12, Track 11, Att. Sq. 11,
Perf. Att. 10, 12, Hall Patrol 12.
Time's about up but Findley knows,
Just how it comes and how it goes.
Gym Team 10,11,12,Perf.Att. 12.
Robert E. Boyle
Emmett's quite the kid to know,
He's bound to make the money flow.
Science Club 12.
William N. Brasile
A dance band player is our Bill,
His music is sure to give you a thrill,
Band 10, 11, Orchestra 12, Perf. Att 10, 11, Science
Kenny wants to be an engineer,
He's a friend who's always near.
Home Room Repres. 10, 12, Att. Sq. 11, Guidance 11, 12,
Hall Patrol 10, Perf. Att, 10, 11, 12, Aud. Usher 12,
Science Club 12, .lr. Kiwanian 12.
lf you really want a friend,
Arlo is one we recommend.
Torn is the best in the land,
He plays the trumpet in the Ne-Ca-Hi band.
Band 11, 12.
James A. Brooks
His Studebaker brown,
ls often seen around the town.
Light brown hair not a rover,
You'll see him at college when school is over.
Home Room Rep. 10, 12, Hall Patrol 10, Color Guard
11, Spanish Club 11, 12, Vice Pres, 12, Jr. Kiwanian 12.
Rita likes to sing good jazz,
A better friend no one has.
Frankie's always on the ball,
As a friend he gets first call.
Basketball Mgr, 10, 11, 12, St. Co. Com. 12, Tennis 11
12, Band 10, Pep Club 11, Spanish Club 11, 12, Science
Club 11, 12, Vice Pres. 12, Stamp Club 10, 11, Aud.
Usher 10, 11, 12.
John's a guy that's can't be beat,
Tall, dark, and really neat,
Concert Choir 11, 12, Hall Patrol 12, Cross Country
10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12.
Patty never makes a noise,
But she has a lot of poise.
Here's a guy with wavy hair,
You can be sure the girls will stare,
Rosalie is a girl we all admire,
She will set your heart afire.
O. B. E. 12, Sportswomen Club 12.
Frank will represent the U. S, A.
ln the Olympics ........,. someday.
Cross Country 11, 12, Track 11, 12, Basketball Usher 12.
A nicer person you couldn't meet,
Cute and friendly and very sweet.
Perf. Att. 10, 11, 12, Football Usher 12.
Jane A. Campbell
A wonderful girl all the while,
For you she's always got a smile,
Nancy Jane Campbell
Our Nancy was a blushing bride,
With Malcolm standing by her side.
Y-Teens 10, 12, Pep Club 11, 12,Band10, 11.
Not graduating with June Class 1956.
Russell and his sports could make a story,
We hope we give him his share of glory.
Cross Country 11, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12.
Marty's as brilliant as they come,
But still he is a lot of fun.
Class Pres. 10, Vice-Pres. 11, Perf. Att. 10, Science Club
11-12, Pres. 11, German Club 11-12, Activity Repres. 12,
Pep Club 12.
Tiny girl with long brown hair,
Her friendship we cannot compare.
Cappy is quite a guy,
When he's around the iokes do fly.
With her cymbals she makes some noise,
You will always find her with the boys.
Band 11, 12, Dofobs 10, Perf. Att. 12, Nurses' Club 12,
Jeanie is a real cute kid,
So hurry boys, put in your bid.
St. Co, Committee 12.
Harry we could never despise,
Because there is kindness in his eyes.
Band 10, 11, 12, Hall Patrol 11.
Handsome lad, real hep cat,
For a swell combination, you can't beat that.
Band 10, 11, Orchestra 11, 12, Pre. Sess. Sq, 12.
Judy plays the clarinet,
She's a gal we won't forget.
Guidance 10, 11, 12, Home Room Rep, 11, Band 10, 11,
12, Perf. Att. 10, 11, Orchestra 12, F.T.A. 10, F.W.E. 12.
Very nice, quiet and never cross,
ln an auto office he'll be the boss.
Kenny is the drum major of our band,
This boy is always in demand.
Band 10,, 11, 12, Concert Choir 10, 11, 12, Drum Major
11, 12, Basketball Mgr. 10, 11, 12.
A bright future has Duane,
Ambassador to Germany is his aim.
German Club 11-12, Outdoorsman 11-12, Hall Patrol 10.
Donna has a lot to say,
As she goes merrily along her way.
Band 11, 12, Y-Teens 12.
Chuck's a lad that seems quiet,
But if you know him, he's quite a riot.
Football 12, Band 12.
He loves to sing, he loves to dance,
And on the track he loves to prance.
Track 10, Cross Country 10, 11, 12, Basketball Usher
11, 12, Guidance Com. 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12, Perf. Att.
11, 12, Concert Choir 12.
Barbara Ann Cerbes
Her humor is hidden, except to her friends,
There's a certain boy she really sends.
St. Council 10, 11, Act. Repres, 12, Sportswomen 12,
Arlene is a girl that's swell,
And in our high school, she's a belle.
Football Usher 12, Pep Club 11, G.A.L. 12, Y-Teens 12.
Evelyn Jean Chappell
Jeannie may be a little short,
But you'll never find a better sport!
Concert Choir 12.
Mary Jane Chill
Mary's neat appearance plus a pleasant smile,
Make a combination well worthwhile.
Sportswomen Club 12.
Ted keeps score for the basketball games,
Engineering is one of his aims.
Cross Country 11, Hall Patrol 11, Perf. Att. 10, 12.
Vince is our leader true,
A real sharp kid that's never blue.
Aud. Usher 10, 11, St. Co. Com. 11, Class Pres. 12,
Spanish Club 12, Perf. Att. 12.
Anthony is a hep cat who is real gone,
His life begins at early dawn.
Here is our playboy of Ne-Ca-Hi,
Does he make all the girls sigh?
Guidance 10, 11, 12.
Rosalee is our high school queen,
Pretty face, curly hair, makes her a dream.
St. Co. Com. 12.
Crazy man crazy, she's real cool,
And the hep cat of our school.
Football Usher 11, 12, Camera Club 11, Y-Teens 10,
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Esther's swell, you're not mistaken,
But stay away boys, she is taken,
Home Room Repres. 12.
Not graduating in June 1956.
Will graduate in 1957.
Cute and clever, calm but cheerful,
Connie's one who can tell an earful.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, G.A.L. 12, Goal Post 12, Football
Usher 12, Pep Club.
To all Madeline is a swell friend,
A helping hand she'll gladly lend.
Camera Club 12, Perf, Att. 12.
She's a gal we were glad to discover,
She is sweet and we all love her.
St. Co. Com. 10
If you meet Natalie you'll have no regret,
Sl1e's a sweet dish you can bet.
Y-Teens 10, Fulmen Romanum 10, Perf. Attend. 10:
G.A.L. ll, 12, Maiorette 11, 12, Band 11, Pep Club 11,
12, Drill Team 12, Nurses' Club 12.
June is always quiet and shy,
Have you noticed the devilish gleam in her eye?
Camera Club 12, Y-Teens 12.
Chuck is a handsome and clever lad,
When he is around no one is sad.
Barb is short and has dark hair,
Man! This girl is really rarel
Russ in his Victoria is really proud,
There'll be a silver lining around his cloud.
St. Co. Com. 10, Band 10, 11, Orchestra 11, 12, Perf,
Att. 10, 11, 12, Act. Repres. 12, Science Club 11, 12,
Spanish Club 12.
Suzie's lots of fun to know,
She's a girl that's on the go.
A dark-haired girl, a past dofob,
From this cute chick you'll hear no sobs.
Dofobs 10-11-12, Football Usher 12.
Chicks of '56.
On "Night Shift" Larry spins the discs,
And as leader of our school he takes no risks.
Our Town 10, Hall Patrol 11, German Club 11, St, Co.
Pres. 12, German Club 12, V. Pres, 12, Home Room
Pat's a girl we all adore,
Girls like her we wish were more.
A cute girl but not too tall,
When she's around you'll have a ball.
Home Room Repres. 12.
This lad is never gray,
There's a path of sunbeam along his way.
Eddie is tall and lanky,
But never will you find him cranky!
This girl is a real sweet blonde,
And of her we sure are fond.
Johnny's on the go all day long,
And in dramatics he's really strong.
Camera Club 1O,Turnstile12.
Sallie is a hot rod dame,
Without her car she wouldn't be the same!
Guidance 10, 11, 12.
Blonde hair, lovely blue eyes,
Carol will always win the prize.
Spanish Club 12, Nurses' Club 12.
Not one who's apt to shirk or tarry,
A real smart guy she's sure to marry.
Orchestra 10-11-12, Act. Repres. 12, Nurses' Club 12,
Sportswomen Club 12.
Betty isn't Davy's cousin,
But around her things are really buzzin'.
Dotobs 10-11-12, G.A.L. 12, St. Co. Com. 12.
Always ioking, loads of fun,
From early morn till day is done.
Football 10-12, Home Room Repres. 11-12, Orch. 11-12,
Band 12, Gym Team 12.
Sam is one you can consult,
Because with him you'll tind no fault.
Football 10, Guidance 10-11-12.
Don's a boy we do not shun,
Because he is a faithful one.
Gloria has a charming voice,
From many singers she's our choice.
Football Usher 10, Y-Teens 10-11.
This crazy girl of Ne-Ca-Hi,
When she thinks of school it makes h
G.A.L. 12, Drill Team 12, Pep Club 12.
A courteous boy, a real friend,
He'll always help you to the end.
This is a girl that we will mention,
As one who loves to serve detention.
Rosie likes them nice and tall,
And she loves them one and all.
Short and quick with dancing feet,
This gal's style is really neat.
Blue eyes, blond, and sweet,
A nicer girl you'll never meet.
Football Usher 12, Spanish Club 12, F.T.A. 12, Camera
He's what all term, "one swell guy,
His personality will lift him high.
Guidance 10-11-12, Conc. Choir 11-12,
10-11, Perf. Att. 10.
Mary Ann DeCaprio
When it comes to the art of dance,
A ballroom floor she will enhance.
O. B. E. 12, Pres. 12, Football Usher12.
Connie De Carbo
Whizzing, flitting everywhere,
Without a worry or a care.
Student Council 12, Student Council Corn. 12, Home
Room Repres. 11, Cheerleader 12, G.A.L. 12, Aud.
Nicholas De Cristoforo
Oh, how Nick loves Sundays,
But how he hates to come to school on Mondays.
Home Room Repres. 12, Shop Football 10-11-12.
Peppy Home Ec
Tom De Hass
Tom is quite a lively guy,
One sure thing he's not shy.
Shop Football 10-11-12.
Whenever you see Dixie you'll see her car,
She is always around, but also travels far.
Football Usher 12.
Louise is cute and full of fun,
With her you're always on the run.
O. B. E. 12, Home Room Repres. 11-12, Camera Club 12.
About her charms we need not mention,
She's a cute brunette who attracts attention.
Pep Club 12, Activity Repres. 12, Football Usher 12,
Nurses Club 12, G.A.l.. 12.
Robert Del Signore
Bright and sunny all day long,
When Siggie is near things can't go wrong.
Vivacious, shining in rain or sun,
Always ready for work or fun.
Gym Team 12.
Jack De Marco
Is this handsome lad bashful, or is he not?
He told me once but I forgot!
Michael De Marco
Blackie's a kid that knows all tricks,
Just see if you can get him mixed.
Office Boy 12, Football Usher 10-11, Captain 12.
Antonetta De Mattio
This girl is cute and mighty sweet,
She's real friendly and very neat.
Pleasing in manner and ready for fun,
He's ready to work at the bang of a gun.
Home Room Repres. 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12, Stamp Club
12, Secy. 12.
A cute maiorette is she,
A secretary, her aim to be.
Maiorette 11-12, Drill Team 12.
Ne-Ca-Hi's "George Gobel" that's our Joe,
Full of vim, pep, ready to go.
Sophomore Band 10-12, Home Room Repres. 11, Orches-
tra 12, St. Co. Com. 12, Pep Club 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12.
Without you what would we do,
You do things well and do lots too.
Pep Club 12, Guid. Com. 10-11-12.
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Danny's always full at fun,
He keeps his teachers on the run.
Di Carlo St. Co. Com. 10, 11, 12, Act. Repres. 125 Class Treas. 10.
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Di Marzio Speedy driver that's our Dick,
Dingledy We all wonder what makes him tick.
Football Mgr. 10, 11, 12, Perf. Att. 10, 11.
lucy Di Marzio
Popular, jolly, mischievous, shy,
Nobody thinks of passing Lucy by.
Ne-Ca-Hi Stat? 12, German Club 11, 127 F.T.A. 10, 11,
Fulmen Romanum 10, G.A.L. 12.
Eeny, meeny, miney, mo,
Here's a guy that's got to go.
Domenick Pep Club 127 Aud. Usher 11, 12, German Club 10, 11,
12, Vice Pres. 11, Science Club 11, 12, Pres. 12, F.W.E.
Donnelly 12, Gym Team 10, 11, 12, Ne-Ca-Hi l.ites 12, Jr. Rotar-
Donsion ian 12, A Case of Springtime 12.
Dguble Bob Dolling
D h , The Bing Crosby of Ne-Ca-Hi,
oug el Y With his singing he makes girls sigh.
Never hustle, never worry,
Take it easy, what's the hurry.
Norma is too old for toys,
But she's not too young for boys.
School days are not his desire,
But "hot rod" cars set him a-fire.
Druschel Barbara A. Double
Duff Never a frown touches her face,
She makes things cheerful every place!
Dunlap Concert Choir 11, 12.
Eakln Kathleen Dougherty
Eckelberger Not very tall, yet tall enough,
But to us she is real sweet stuff.
Camera Club 115 Y-Teens 11.
Here's a girl that will hate to part,
With all the things she's clone in art.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, Art Club 11, 12, V. Pres. 12, Camera
Club 11, Football Usher 12, Y-Teens 11, 12, French
Club 12, Dofobs 12, Goal Post Staff 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites
125 A Case of Springtime 127 Worthington W. Franklin
Jt. High School 10.
I John Duff
Edmlslon lt's hard to believe there ever could be,
Etfinite A fellow more iolly and pleasant than he.
Pep Club 12, Outdoorsmen 12, Band 10, 115 Orchestra
Enoch Steppers of Ne-Ca-Hi
Barbara is a red headed doll,
Cute as a button and that ain't all.
St. Co. Com. 115 Maiarette 10, 11, 12, Drill Team 12,
Aud. Usher 11, S. L. Com. 10, 11, 12.
In choir Al is quite at home,
To find a future he wan't roam.
Concert Choir 11, 12.
A straight "A" guy in every room,
He is bound to make the Y. M. boom.
Home Room Repres, 11, Hall Patrol 10, Senatus Romanus
11, F.T.A. 1C, Track Manager 10, Cross Country Mgr.
Cherie has a bright, bright smile,
She dazzles you for a long, long while.
Y-Teens 10, Camera Club 10p Aud. Usher 10, Basket-
ball Usher 11, Football Usher 11, 125 Home Room Rep-
res. 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12.
Rose Marie Etlinite
Rose Marie is a cute dish,
To be a secretary is her wish.
Football Usher 12.
John's a tumbler on the team,
A real sharp kid that's on the beam.
Gym Team 11, 125 Home Room Repres.11.
Gary's one that will go tar,
.lust give him a girl and a brand new car.
Shop Football 11.
Dolly is our D. A. Queen,
A girl like this is rarely seen.
St. Co. Com. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 12g Football Usher 12,
Nurses' Club 12, Spanish Club 125 Goal Post 12.
He's little and quick,
But knows every trick.
Outdoorsman 11, 12, Guidance 11, 12, Hall Patrol 10.
Not so tall, but tall enough,
We'll admit she's real sweet stuff.
Guidance Com. 10.
A unique fellow with comprehension,
"Zeke" is a lad who attracts attention.
Class Pres. 11.
A French model will our Shirley be,
She's slight and slender as you can see.
Arlene is so sweet and neat,
With her personality, "Red" can't be beat.
Perf. Att. 10, 12.
All you need is to see him grin,
To think of some mischief he's been in.
This guy is a real good soul,
And how he really loves to bowl.
St. Co. 10-11, St. Co. Com. 10-11, Cross Country 10, Shop Football '10-11-12'
Mary Ann Farrone
Hair nice and slick as a pin,
Now what boy wouldn't she win.
Mary Lou Fire
Mary Lou is our little one,
Faithful, frolicking and full of fun.
Maiorettes 11, Drill Team 12, Act. Rep. 12, Perf. Att. 10. Margie Flack
Philip Fava has far to go,
He knows howto do a show.
Shop Football 10-11-12.
When there's trouble in a room,
You're sure to find Francis in full bloom.
You have to admit he is a doll,
In fact there's no one like Paul.
Act. Repres. 12.
Lovely blue eyes with black hair,
1t's a combination beyond compare.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, Perf. Att. 12, Sportswomen
Here's a girl cute, neat and sweet,
Put them together, she's hard to beat.
Aud. Usher 11, Maiorette 10, G.A.L. 12, Perf. Att.
Full of mischief is our Dick,
He knows how to pull a trick.
Gym Team 12, Basketball Usher 12.
Butch is always very happy,
With blond hair he's really snappy.
Football 11-12, Track 11.
A cute gal with darling hair,
Her cheerfulness she spreads everywhere.
Home Room Repres. 10-11, St. Co. 10-11-12, O.B.E. 12,
Secy. 12, St. Co. Com. 12.
A real cute girl who can't be beat,
With a pleasing smile that sure is sweet.
Margie is a person sweet,
As a friend she's hard to beat.
Although Mary is somewhat shy,
She"ll have no trouble in finding a guy.
His car is his pride and ioy,
But produces a problem for this boy.
Shop Football 10-11-12.
Long brown hair, big brown eyes,
This girl is a real swell prize.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12.
12' Norman Flout
Now here's a boy who's on the beam,
The things he says really are a scream.
12. Barbara Foster
Always cheerful, always kind,
About the nicest you can find.
G.A.L. 11, Art Club 12.
Mary Lee Frasso
A real nice girl is Mary Lee,
On this we all agree.
With a football, he's big and brave,
Sends opponents to their grave.
Air Force boys she thinks are nice,
That's why she sits home at nights.
Sportswomen Club 12.
Y-Teens 11-12, St. Co. Com. 10-11-12, Football Usher 12. Ff0l'lClS is S0 V9"Y if-'Ill'
Nancy, with her great big smile,
Has friends with her all the while.
Y-Teens 10-12, Guidance 11-12.
And he's nice to one and all.
Randy is a handsome guy,
And with the girls he'll get by.
Mrs. Sadler and Ne-Ca-Hi's future cooks!
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A darned good one, you wait and see.
St. Co. Com. 12, Home Room Repres. 11, 12, Senatus
Romanus 11, Spanish Club 11, F.T.A, 10-11-12, Pep
Club 12, G.A.L. 12, Class Secretary 10-11-12.
Theresa drives a hot green car,
Her fame we know isn't far.
Dick's a kid that's never bored,
When he's roddin' in his blue Ford.
Never sad, not at all,
When Tata's around you'll have a ball.
Home Room Repres. 10.
Love and marriage is her aim,
A guy in blue will change her name.
Football Usher 12, Y-Teens 12, Camera Club 12, Home
Room Repres. 12, Sportswomen's Club 12, G.A.L. 12.
Rip Van Winkle, heart and soul,
When he wakes up, heads will roll.
Color Guard 10, Band 10.
Freddy plays a mean piano,
He's Liberace's successor-we know.
Activity Repres. 12.
Patsy is a real swell lad,
Always happy-never sad.
Rosie is a girl whose hard to beat,
You can be sure she'll always be neat.
O. B. E. 12, Y-Teens 11-12, Camera Club 11-12, F.W. E.
12, F.T.A. 12, G.A.L. 12, Home Room Repres, 12.
Our buddy George has one great smile,
lt sure will pay mile after mile.
Stage Crew 10-11-12, Concert Choir 11-12, Pres. 12,
Home Room Repres. 10, Aud. Usher 10-11, Track 10-11-
12, Cross Country 11, Jr. Rotarian 12.
Johnny who is very tall,
Is quite a star in basketball.
Pre. Sess. Sq. 11-12, Concert Choir 10-11-12, Basket-
ball 10-11-12, Track 10-11-12, St. Co. Com. 12.
Little "LeLa," what a doll,
In 301, she has a ball.
Curly hair and soft brown eyes,
Makes our Bea quite the prize.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Camera Club 11, Vice Pres. 12,
Nurses' Club 11-12, G.A.L. 11-12, Perf. Att, 10-11,
F. W, E. 12.
Jimmy we know has the hottest Ford,
Riding with him you iust can't be bored.
Council at work.
This boy is no sad sack,
He'll always drive a Cadillac.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, Editor-ln-Chief 12, Guidance Corn.
10-11-12, Senatus Romanus 11, Science Club 11-12,
Activity Repres. 12, Office Boy 10, F. W. E. 12, Perf.
Att, 10, F.T.A. 12, Aud. Usher 12, Jr, Rotarian 12.
Peepers is full of daring fun,
A better friend couldnft be found.
Fulmen Romanum 10-11-12, Y-Teens 10-11-12, F.T.A. 12,
Sportswomen's Club 12, G.A.L. 12.
Shirley's hair is enchantingly bright,
Over her has been many a fight.
Guidance Com, 10-11-12, O.B.E, 12, Treas., Ne-Ca-Hi
Staff 12, Bus, Manager 12, Activity Repres. 12, Perf.
Skip we know has things in mind,
A better friend you'II never find,
Joe is a boy it took years to construct,
A baseball uniform and lots of luck.
Shop Football 10-11-12, Activity Repres. 12,
Glen's a pal to everyone,
Always out to have some fun.
Home Room Repres. 11, Ottice Boy 12, Concert Choir
10-11-12, Our Town 10, Camera Club 12.
Carole we know is quite a scout,
Fun is plentiful when she's about.
St. Co, Com. 10-11, Football Usher 11-12, Y-Teens 11,
Science Club 11, G.A.L. 10-11, Perf. Att. 10, Nurses'
T. W. A. here she comes,
For a ride that's going to be fun.
Nice personality, lots of fun,
Always happy, and on the run.
Deland High School 11, G.A.L, 11-12, Camera Club 11,
Newspaper Staft 12.
Always quiet, not much to say,
Makes you like him in that way.
Darlene's a noiseless girl,
All in all she's a real pal.
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Kathy seems to be a very shy gal,
But once you know her she's a wonderful pal.
Senatus Romanus 115 German Club 11-12.
Alanis a kid of wit,
Hours of study makes him tit.
Senatus Romanus 115 Fulmen Romanum 105 Home Room
Repres. 115 Pep Club 125 Band 10-115 Orchestra 105 Sci-
ence Club 11-125 Basketball J. V. 105 French Club 12.
Frances is small and usually quiet,
When she's around you'll have a riot.
Guidance 10-11-125 Dofobs 11-125 Y-Teens 10-11-12,
Pres. 115 Science Club 11-125 Senatus Romanus 115 Foot-
ball Usher 125 Fulmen Romanum 105 Stardust 115 G.A.L.
10-11-125 A Case of Springtime 12.
Mary Margaret Grossman
Real nice, real pretty,
Mary's beaux are cute and plenty.
Concert Choir 115 Basketball Usher 125 Nurses' Club 125
Joan has a lot of chatter,
Watch out kids you'd better scatter.
Y-Teens 10-11-125 Sportswomen 12.
Johnny Hake, what a guy!
Tall, handsome, and shy f??D.
Band 10-11-125 Orchestra 10-11-125 Track 105 Cross
Country 105 Basketball 105 Pre-Sess. Sq. 11-12, Capt. 12.
Carolyn Haley V
Always the height ot fashion is she,
And her personality is as sweet as can be.
Y-Teens 10-115 G.A.L. 10-115 St. Co. Com. 115 Goal Post
Lovely owner of blonde hair,
A nicer gal is very rare.
St. Co. Com. 11.
Phil with his hair of brown,
Has the gals skipping around.
Not graduating with the June Class. Quit school
Nancy has personality plus,
She never, never makes a fuss.
Y-Teens 10-11-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Stat? 125 Football Usher 125
Spanish Club 10-115 Home Room Repres. 115 Act. Rep-
res. 125 O. B. E. 125 Perf. Att, 10-125 St. Co. Com. 12.
This girl is one who loves to skate,
And with us, she sure does rate.
Y-Teens 10-125 Spanish Club 125 Sportswomen 12.
Kathie is a very cute lass,
Besides that, she's got class.
Camera Club 105 Nurses' Club 115 Science Club 11
G.A.L. 115 Act. Com. 125 Spanish Club 12.
Lover of music is our Fred,
When he's around it's never dead.
Band 10-115 Orchestra 115 Att. Sq. 10. .
Butch is a guy who has good taste,
He lets nothing go to waste.
Stage Crew 11-125 Hall Patrol 115 Outdoorsmen 11-125
Camera Club 125 Pep Club 11.
Joyce a future cook will be,
A real swell one she's bound to be.
Football Usher 12.
Jim always makes the rounds,
He'll never end up out-of-bounds.
Ottawa Hills High School 105 Orchestra 11-125 Track
115 Science Club 12.
Teresa and her car are hot,
Where she's driving, there'II be a cop.
A curious guy is our Jim,
You never know what ticks in him.
Home Room Repres. 125 F. W. E. 125 Perf. Att. 12.
Pretty smile, pretty wink,
Pretty cute, don't you think?
Y-Teens 11-125 Ne-Ca-Hi Statt 125 Football Usher 125
St. Co. Com. 125 O. B. E. 12, Pres. 125 Aud. Usher 12.
Shirley who is somewhat shy,
ls still a doll in Ne-Ca-Hi.
Roger is a mischievous boy,
In teasing girls he finds much joy.
Con. Choir 10-11-125 German Club 11-12.
He's only been here a year, all told,
But his touch, is one of golcl.
Penn Township Jt. H. S. 10-11.
The Yellow Rose of Ne-Ca-Hi,
Always greets you when she passes by.
Home Room Repres. 105 Aud. Usher 12.
This guy will move to fame,
ln the sun or in the rain.
Cross Country 105 Turnstile Sq. 10.
Time out for "Time Out For Ginger."
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A nurse is what she wants to be,
She'll probably do the job of three.
Football Usher 12, Y-Teens 10-11, Nurses' Club 12.
Dave's a guy who's slick with chicks,
He gets out in '56.
Bill has lots of cultured class,
As a first rate senior he'll pass.
Track 10-11-12, Hall Patrol 10, Att. Sq. 12.
Here is a boy who won't delay,
As he goes merrily along his way.
Dotty who is short and sweet,
Around the boys she can't be beat.
Football Usher 12, Dofobs 11-12.
Barbara is a pretty blonde,
Of whom the boys are pretty fond.
Football Usher 12.
A small boy is our Jim,
Always full of pep and vim.
Home Room Repres. 10, Color Guard 11-12.
Hutch is a future Army man,
To fight for all-you bet he can,
Hall Patrol 10-12.
Larry helps push our harriers,
On to fame across track barriers.
Cross Country Mgr. 12.
LaVerne Jackson displays beauty,
And sure enough she is a cutie.
Aud. Usher 10, Maiorette 11.
This boy can really set the paces,
When he runs for our races.
Guidance Com, 10, Turnstyle Sq, 10, Track 10-11-12,
Activity Repres. 12.
Bennie is so full of cheer,
You always know when he's near.
Outdoorsmen Club 11, Gym Team 10-11-12.
Mr. Plant's kindergarten.
Don is our basketball star,
With the girls he's tops by far.
Always crazy and a lot of fun,
He'll always keep you on the run.
Amy Johns has quite a frown,
We think it's the cutest in town.
Dofobs 10, F.T.A. 10-11-12, Treas. 12, Senatus Romanus
11, Treas., Camera Club 10, Y-Teens 10-11-12, Student
Council 12, St. Co. Com. 12, G.A.L. 11-12.
Gracie is a real cute kid,
So come on boys put in your bid.
Y-Teens10-11-12,G.A.L. 10-12, Nurses' Club 12, Football
Usher 12, Dofobs 12.
Jayne is a lot of fun,
ln gym class she can really run.
Y-Teens 10-11, G.A.L. 12, Home Room Repres. 11,
O. B. E.12.
This kid wears crazy pink pants,
The question is are they full of ants,
This kid is full of fun,
He can make all things hum.
Home Room Repres. 12.
Sally Lou Kane
Red hair-and personality too,
Here's a girl who's never blue.
Sam is small with good ideas.
A good old friend he surely is.
Science Club 11-12, F, W. E. 12.
She's tall and pretty as you can see,
A future secretary, Pat someday may be.
Y-Teens 11-12, Football Usher 12, Butler H. S. 10.
Willy's filled with lots of fun,
After him the girls do run.
Home Room Repres. 11.
John is quiet but lots of fun,
With jokes and laughter, after work's done,
He doesn't have so much to say,
But he does things in the proper way,
Margot's fun to have around,
To a new future she is bound.
In school, at home, or on a date,
Among the first, he'll always rate!
Bellefonte High School 102 Spanish Club 122 Pep Club
127 Science Club 127 Track 11-127 Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12.
A real cute crew cut has this guy,
You can't miss him when he goes by.
Kelley's tall and full of pep,
A little queen, he soon will get.
Science Club 117 Outdoorsmen 117 Basketball Usher 111
Hall Patrol 12.
Her sense of humor is unique,
And as you know she's never meek.
Y-Teens 117 Camera Club 117 G.A.L. 117 Football Usher
127 Spanish Club 12.
She's gentle, she's neat,
And ever so sweet.
Y-Teens 11-127 G.A.L. 11-127 Nurses' Club 11-12, Vice
Pres. 127 Football Usher 127 Home Room Repres, 12.
Ginny is a girl in style,
She's never seen without a smile.
Our Kersey is always looking for Fords,
And being with you never gets bored.
Jeanne is our T. V. Queen,
A sharper girl was never seen.
Student Co. 117 St. Co. Com. 11-127 Time Out for Gin-
ger 127 Home Room Repres. 12.
This is a real gone kid,
At home-work he flips his lid.
Lincoln High 107 Color Guard 117 Pep Club 11-127 Home
Room Repres. 12: Gym Team 122 Spanish Club 12.
Norm surely is not a square,
He can make friends anywhere.
Did you ever see a smiling face?
Boots has one, plus charm, and grace.
Y-Teens 107 Pep Club 127 Aud. Usher 10.
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Dave, a future engineer to be,
Is on his way, iust wait and see.
Science Club 11-12.
A Ford, Chrysler or Buick you'll see,
Dee's riding around with lots of glee.
Kathy is a little dream,
She's Ne-Ca-Hi's hot rod queen.
With dancing feet and a bongo drum,
This one, will be remembered by everyone.
Gym Team 11-127 Home Room Rep. 11.
Marie is our very best dish,
And her looks make boys wish.
Bob's the fellow with plenty of-charm,
He will never do anyone harm.
Home Room Repres, 107 St. Co. Com, 117 Football 11-127
St. Co. Com. 10-12.
Henry is bashful as we all know,
But he really has a lot to show.
Little but mighty is our Bob,
He can do any kind of a iob.
Band 10-117 Gym Team 11-127 Science Club 11-12.
Mary Ann La katos
Mary Ann is cute and oh so nice,
She is Ne-Ca-Hi's sugar and spice.
Mary Ann Larzo
Mary Ann is a real sharp doll,
When you're with her, you'll have a ball.
Act. Rep. 127 Camera Club 12.
Kathryn l.a Scola
Kathy is a little coy,
But everywhere she spreads her icy.
Football Usher 127 Guidance Com. 11-12.
He's quiet, modest, and nice as can be,
He'll prove it to you iust wait and see.
Aud. Usher 107 Fulmen Romanum 11-127 Camera Club
12, Time Out For Ginger 12.
Of our fullback, we sure are proud,
He stands out in any crowd.
Home Room Repres. 127 Football 127 Track 11-127 St.
Meinrad Seminary 10.
The future Einsteins run tests on boiled
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Dave likes his German classes,
But most of all German lasses.
German Club 10-11-12, Treas. 12.
Boys, boys-where they are found,
You can be sure Gaye will be around.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, G.A.L. 11-12, Home Room Repres. 11,
F.T.A. 10-11, Outdoorswomen Club 12, Perf. Att. 11-12,
Winner Betty Crocket Award 12.
Jim is quite a guy,
With him around, haw time does fly.
Shop Football 10-11-12.
Assistant editor is our Nancy,
She's lots of style-plain and fancy.
Home Room Repres. 105 Football Usher 12, Fulmen Ro-
manum 10, Senatus Romanus 11, Spanish Club 11-121
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Camera Club 11, G.A.L. 11-12, Ne-
Ca-Hi Annual Stat? 12, Assistant Editory F. W. E. 12.
Personality plus and very pretty,
From Norway, Lillian came to our city.
German Club 12, Y-Teens 12, Exchange student from
Donna may be a little meek,
But a girl like her you will always seek,
Casanova-his famous nickname,
Here's hoping considerate Sam will stay the same.
Hall Patrol 10, Camera Club 10-12, Office Boy 117 Span-
ish Club 11-12, Concert Choir 10-11-127 F.T.A. 12, Guid-
ance 12, Our Town 10.
Pete is a real dream,
He's got lots on the beam.
A nice boy, a little shy,
But he'll manage to get by.
Outdoorsmen 11, Sr. Band 10-11.
As a shop boy he's the most,
And of him we're sure to boost.
A real hep cat who's onthe ball,
This chic sure is a living doll.
Maiorette 11, Drill Team 125 G.A.L. 12.
Minus care, minus worry,
Judy's always in a big hurry.
Football Usher 125 Spanish Club 11-125 Y-Teens 10-11-12,
Camera Club 10-11-12, Treas. 12, F.W. E. 125 Pep Club
11-12, G.A.L. 11-12, Nurses' Club 125 Guidance 12:
A Case of Springtime 12.
A real sweet girl with lots ot charm,
She will never do you harm.
F.T.A. 10-117 G.A,L. 11-125 Y-Teens 10-11-125 Spanish
Club 12, Sec. 12, Sportswomen 12.
Lunch? Coffee break?
A cute girl who is a barrel of fun,
She'll keep you laughing until the day is done.
Cheerleading is her one game,
Someday she will rise to fame.
Camera Club 10, Cheerleader 11-12, G.A.L. 12, Nurses'
This boy doesn't raise a fuss,
He is a shop boy, and one of us.
Shop Football 11-12.
Phil is a shop boy of Ne-Ca-Hi,
He can see things eye to eye.
Shop Basketball 11.
Rosalie who is nice and sweet,
Has a dimple in her cheek.
Captain is the nickname for Ed,
He is everyone's friend, so it's been said,
A cute maiorette who can really step,
She is a doll who is really hep.
Y-Teens 11, Pep Club 11-12, Drill Team 12, Maiorettes
10-11-12, Asst. head 12.
She can always find herself a beau.
Here's a girl, cute and fancy,
You know her, she's our Nancy.
Maiorette 10-11-12, Drill Team 12, Nurses' Club 12,
Sportswomen 12, Y-Teens 12, G.A.L. 12.
Though she hasn't much to say,
She will go a long, long way.
Y-Teens 11-125 G.A.L. 12, Camera Club 12. .
Vince is swell, on this we all agree,
He'll say hello to both you and me.
Band 10-115 Orchestra 10-12, Science Club 12.
Sylvia who is always full of glee,
Someday, a nurse will be.
Home Room Repres. 11.
Not graduating in June 1956. Quit to become Mrs.
Genia says "Lite is worth living,"
And a lot to this she is giving.
Dofobs 12, Vice Pres., O. B. E. 12, Sportswomen 12.
Barbara is a brainy one,
But also can be a lot of fun.
Aud. Usher 11, Guidance Com. 10-11, Fulmen Romanum
10, Spanish Club 12, F.T.A. 10-11, Nurses' Club 12, Band
11-12, Orchestra 11, Perf. Att. 10-11, Sportswomen 12,
Pat likes to cook and sew.
She'll land her guy soon we know.
Jokes, songs, excitement galore!
You never quite know what Jim has in store.
St. Co. 12, St. Co. Com. 12, Home Room Repres. 11,
Guidance 10-11, Pres. 11, Dofobs 10, Concert Choir 10-
11-12, Our Town 10, Perf. Att, 10-12, Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12,
Activity Com. 12.
Barbara always has a twinkle in her eye,
The question is, "We wonder why?"
Act. Repres. 12, Football Usher 12, Camera Club 11,
G.A.l.. 11, Y-Teens 11.
A real nice girl to know,
Boy, can she cook and sew.
Home Room Repres. 10, Drill Team 12, G.A.L. 12, Act.
Betty Ann Malley
Betty Ann is the best kind,
A dearer friend you'll never find.
Home Room Repres. 12, Camera Club 12, Nurses' Club
12, Maiorette 11-12, Drill Team 12, G.A.L. 12, Sports-
Tall and witty, always gay,
Kent will laugh his life away.
Home Room Repres. 10, Pep Club 11-12, Band 10-11,
Orchestra 10-11, Class Vice Pres. 12, Time Out For
Ginger 12, A Case of Springtime 12.
Dark hair, dark eyes,
With the girls he takes a prize.
Mangie on the basketball floor,
Scores 30 points and then some more.
Attendance Sq. 12, Basketball 10-11-12, Track 10-11-12.
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food and talk!
Dark hair, pretty eyes,
Here boys is a real prize.
Dofobs 12, Camera Club 11-12, G.A.L. 11-12, Perf. Att.
Here is a boy that is very shy,
He'll make some girl a wonderful guy.
Small, blonde, and full of pep,
A good stenographer, her future boss will get.
Dotobs 10-11-12, Secy. 11, Pres, 12, O. B. E. 12, Y-Teens
11,G.A.L.11-12,F. W. E. 12.
Sally Lu Marquis
A real gone cutie is our Sal,
She is really quite a gal.
St. Co. Com. 12, Home Room Repres. 12, Y-Teens 10-11-
12, Camera Club 12, G.A.L. 11-12, Sportswomen 12,
Very neat, very sweet,
A real treat to meet.
Concert Choir 11-12.
Slender and tall,
Enough vim and vigor for us all.
Policeman, policeman get on duty,
This is Jackie, our Ne-Ca-Hi cutie.
Football Usher 11-12, St. Co. Com. 12, Nurses' Club 12.
Rose Marie Mastropietro
Quiet, not much to say,
She'll make you like her in her own special way.
Home Room Repres. 10, O. B. E. 12.
Frank's a kid who can't be beat,
According to all, he is very sweet.
On the go, here and there,
We see Darrell everywhere.
Senatus Romanus 11, Camera Club 11-12, Pep Club 11,
Perf. Att. 10, F. W. E. 12, F.T.A. 12, Fulmen Romanum 12,
Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12, Time Out For Ginger 12, Guidance
Com. 12, French Club 12, Science Club 12, A Case of
One ofthe gang from 214,
Her bright red hair can always be seen.
Home Room Repres, 10, Football Usher 11-12, Y-Teens
To everyone he is a pal,
A real nice kid, we can tell.
A friend on whom you can rely,
He is a real swell guy.
His singing iust can't be beat,
He is a real treat to meet.
Concert Choir 10-11-12.
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Here is a kid that is no square,
We identify him by his curly hair.
Here's a fellow that's really swell,
Over him the girls all yell.
Now here's a cat that can't go wrong,
To a new future it won't be long.
Office Boy 12, Hall Patrol 10, Stamp Club 11,
An efficient secretary someday she'll be,
Just wait and see.
O. B. E. 12.
With his looks he sets the paces,
This guy is really going places.
Golf Team 10-11-12, Home Room Repres. 10.
If he had his weight in gold,
He would have wealth untold.
Track Mgr. 10-11-12, Football 10-11-12, Camera Club
12, Gym Team 12, A Case of Springtime 12.
This kid is really man alive,
She's real hep to the iive.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Camera Club 11-12, President 12,
Football Usher 10-11, Dofobs 10, Pep Club 12, G.A.l.. 11.
Bill isn't very lazy,
He reads books like crazy.
Really on the ball,
Especially when he's in the hall.
Track 10-11-12, Shop Football 10-11-12.
Our Gary sure has a brain,
On your eyes he is no strain.
Activity Repres. 12.
Red hair, pretty eyes,
Her personality takes the prize.
Y-Teens 11-12, G.A.L. 11-12, Dofobs 10-11, Camera
Club 12, F. W. E. 12, Perf. Att. 10.
Loretta Bella McHenry
Always happy, always gay,
This is Retta all the way.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Football Usher 12, Perf. Att. 12,
Nurses' Club 12.
Patty seems sweet and quiet,
But when she gets started, oh, what a riot!
The Charmed Circle.
Nancy's short and very sweet,
Here's a personality that can't be beat.
Guidance Com. 10, Home Room Repres, 12.
Quiet, sweet, lovely by far,
That could be no one but our Char.
Guidance 10-11-12, Pres. 11-12, O. B. E. 12.
Jack is an all around boy,
In girls he takes great ioy.
Mary louise Mele
Laughing, singing, on the run,
When she's around you're sure to have fun.
Aud. Usher 10-11, St. Co. Com. 11-12, Pep Cu
Cheerleader 11-12, Capt. 12, G.A.L. 11-12, Y-Tee 1
12, Perf. Att. 12.
Here's a guy who seems quite shy,
But really he 's as sweet as pie.
Red hair, cute little blush,
Over him the girls do gush.
Not graduating in June 1956. Quit to become
Mrs. LaMar Uber.
Our school photographer, that is Dean,
At taking pictures, he is really keen.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, Camera Club 11-12, School
rapher 12, St. Co, Com. 12.
With black curly hair,
This kid is no square.
Fulmen Romanum 11, Activity Repres. 12.
Carol Ann Miller
For fun and laughs she tops 'em all,
Man, this girl is on the ball.
Home Room Repres. 10, Y-Teens 11-12, Aud. Usher 12
She is the brain in our class,
She is a cute and clever lass.
Union High 10, Spanish Club 11-12, F.T.A. 11, Nur
Club 12, F. W. E. 12,
Janet has a real sweet smile,
For a friend she'll walk a mile.
G.A.l. 11, Nurses' Club 12, G.A,L, 12, Act. Repres
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Sports and studies make his days,
How long this way will he stay?
Home Room Repres. 10-11, Track 10-11, Cross Country
10-11-12, Science Club 11-12, Basketball Usher 11, Perf.
Judith Lee Mitchell
Judy likes to cook and sew,
She's geting ready for her favorite beau.
Goal Post 12.
Well-liked is he, free from care,
Always has a smile to spare.
Guidance 10-11, Cross Country 10-11, Science Club 11-
12, Treas. 12, Basketball Usher 11-12, Track 10-11-12,
Home Room Repres. 11, St. Co. 12, V. Pres. 12, Perf.
Att. 12, Jr. Kiwanian 12.
We'II have to admit, she is smart,
A true friend, right from the heart.
Senatus Romanus 11, Concert Choir 10-11-12, "Our
Town" 10, Perf. Att. 10.
A home bound student is our Bob,
But he is kept right on the iob.
There goes Tom in his little blue ieep,
He's sure one guy that's hard to beat.
Gym Team 12, Guidance Com. 12, Activity Com.12.
Herbert is a bashful lad,
We've never, never seen him mad.
Jr. Var. Football 10.
Joe has brown curly hair,
Of good looks he has his share.
Pep Club 11-12.
Every class needs a clown,
We have lots of fun when he's around.
Track 10, Outdoorsmen Club 11, Boy's Gym Team 11-12.
A future homemaker she-
A perfect one she's sure to be.
Guidance Com. 10.
Quiet and shy,
Wow, what a guy!
Dewey is a iolly chap,
His future will be on the map.
Boys' Gym Team 12.
Angie is full of fun,
She has o smile for everyone.
Senatus Romanus 11, Guidance 11-12, Spanish Club
11-12, Pres. 12, Nurses' Club 11-12, Home Room Rep-
res. 12, Pep Club 11.
A real cool chick,
That really can click.
Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12, Art Club 11-12, Treas. 11-12, Camera
Club 10, Y-Teens 10-11-12, Treas. 11, Football Usher 12.
Zsa Zsa's personality compares to few,
Her Bermuda shorts will be remembered, too.
German Club 11-12, Y-Teens 11-12, Football Usher 12,
Activity Com. 12, F. W. E. 12, Home Room Repres. 11,
Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12, "Time Out For Ginger" 12.
Here's a gal-cute and merry,
When you want fun-call on Gerri.
Pep Club 11-12.
Guy is always on the go,
But going to class he's very slow.
Football 10-11-12, Basketball 10, Track 10-11.
Betty is a real cute dish,
To be an interior decorator is her wish.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Camera Club 10, O. B. E. 12.
This guy is a strong man, a smooth dancer, too.
Jerry is one that compares to few.
Home Room Repres. 10-11, Gym Team 11-12, Activity
Com. 12, Camera Club 12.
Claudia has fun in every class,
The boys think she is quite the lass.
Rather quiet, but lots of fun,
Her pleasure begins when work is done.
Football Usher 12.
Arguing is my chief delight,
l can't be wrong, I must be right.
Singing is Phyl's aim,
She will work herself to fame.
Y-Teens 10-11, Guidance 10, Concert Choir 11-12, Sena-
tus Romanus 11, Football Usher 12, French Club 12, Art
Club 12, F. W. E. 12.
Pretty eyes, complexion fair,
Always on the go, and without a care.
Fulmen Romanum 10-11-12, Ed. 12, Y-Teens 10-11-12,
Orchestra 10-11-12, G.A.L. 10-11-12, Football Usher 11-
12, Senatus Romanus 11, Science Club 11, F. W. E. 12.
A girl that's neat in more ways than one,
Ellie's sure a lot of fun.
Concert Choir 11, Football Usher 11.
The Shop boys soive a difficult problem!
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He's sure to succeed at any iob.
F,W. E, 12, Concert Choir 10, Hall Patrol 10, F.T.A. 12,
German Club 11-12, Science Club 12, Camera Club 12.
In any season, Jack is wishing,
He was out of school and fishing.
Band 10-11-12, Guidance 10-11-12, Att. Sq. 10.
At math and problems he's a whiz,
He works so fast, we're in a diz.
Hall Patrol 10, Office Boy 11.
Very nice, this little girl,
Sparkles bright, iust like a pearl.
Joan is a real sweet gal.
Sure to be everyone's pal.
A winning smile has our Sandy,
We all think she's just dandy.
Home Room Repres. 10, Y-Teens 10-11, Cor. Secy. 11,
Perf. Att. 10, German Club 11.
To be a golfer is his aim,
He's sure to swing his way to fame.
Track 10, Color Guard 11, Boys' Gym Team 11-12, Golf
Whether he goes this way or that,
This kid sure is a real gone cat.
Not graduating in June 1956. Quit to become Mrs.
Nice personality, lots of fun,
Always busy, on the run.
Concert Choir 10-11-12, Our Town 10, Band 12, F.T.A.
12, Spanish Club 12.
Anna Marie Panella
A dark haired doll,
Who's on the ball.
G.A.L. 12, Football Usher 12.
Roger is a friend to know,
Lots of fun and on the go.
Outdoorsmen 11, Band 12, Color Guard 12.
Frances Pa rente
Here's a gal who's very pretty,
Loads of charms and always witty.
Home Room Repres. 10-11-12, Guidance Com. 11-12,
G.A.L. 12, Maiorette 10-11-12, Drill Team 12.
The shop boys watch the "birdie." Did
anyone ever see them this quiet?
Shirley always is in class,
When she's driving her blue
Always a smile on his face,
He brings happiness every place.
Shop Football 10-11-12.
Jerry, who is a friend to have,
Will make you happy when
Gym Team 12.
Judy is always on the go,
A very happy girl to know.
you are sad
Y-Teens 10-11-12, G.A.L. 12, Sportswomen 12 Ne Ca Hu
Sweet smile, sparkling eyes,
Shirley's here, so guys be wise.
Spanish Club 12.
lf it's fun and laughs galore,
Tom's got 'em by the score.
Tennis Team 12, F. W. E. 12, Home Room Repres 11 12
Boys' Gym Team 12, Time Out
of Springtime 12.
Cute and neat,
Smooth on her feet.
Football Usher 12.
For Ginger 12 A Case
Here's a guy who goes for track,
Great abilities he does not lock.
Track Team 10-11-12.
Bill is such a jolly chop,
When he's around we olwoys laugh
Home Room Repres. 12, Shop Football 10 11 12
Pot hopes to be a nurse someday,
And we're hoping everything will go her way
Nurses' Club 11-12, Football Usher 12 French Club 12
A gal like her is hard to find,
One so sweet, cute, and kind.
Cute and lively is our Joyce,
Some day she will get her choice,
Y-Teens 10, Football Usher 12,
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Sportswomen 12 e
Now here we have a real sharp boy,
ln girls he finds a lifelong ioy.
Guidance 10, Home Room Repres. 11-12, Gym Team 11-
12, Vice Pres. 10, Spanish Club 12.
Dottie with her long dark hair,
Causes everyone to stop and stare.
John's work is always done,
He still seems to have lots of fun.
Penney's a guy who gets around,
When he's gone he can't be found.
Black curly hair, tall and thin,
Quite friendly, always has a grin.
Basketball 10, Hall Patrol 11, Pres. Sq. 11-12, St. Co.
Com, 11-12, Act. Repres. 12.
Our Helen is smart and clever,
Her life will be a good endeavor.
Nurses' Club 11-12, Football Usher 11-12.
A tiny girl, pretty too,
Helen is the girl for you.
Vicki is our high school belle,
For her, all the boys will yell.
Cheerleader 12, Sq. Leader 11-12, Treas, 12, Home
Room Repres. 11, St. Co, Com. 11-12, French Club 12,
O. B. E. 12, Act. Repres. 12, Pep Club 12, Aud. Usher
12, Guidance Office Clerk 12.
When Serena will teach the Golden Rule,
You can bet no other boys will quit school.
Guidance 10-11-12, Y-Teens 10-11-12, Vice Pres. 12,
Football Usher 11-12, F.T.A. 11-12, Secy, 12, Basketball
Usher 12, French Club 12, Pres., Camera Club 12, Time
Out For Ginger 12, Fulmen Romanum 10, F. W. E. 12.
Always laughing, always gay,
She can chase your blues away.
Y-Teens 10, G.A.L. 11-12.
ln mathematics Bob's a whiz,
With him nothing will fizz.
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"Who said that?"
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And one great lover so we hear. Price
Guidance 11-12, Hall Patrol 11. ,
Randy Reese Pszenn
Randy is our "16-ton" kid, Y
He will always get the bid. Quqhliero
Always smiling, always sweet,
ls our cute Sylvia Reese.
Orchestra 10, Concert Choir 10-11-12.
Step on the gas and off we go,
With Ronnie driving you'll see a show.
Rita Retort Qulni
Rita's chemistry was her dread, Rankin
She's glad the microbes now are dead!
Y-Teens 10, Nurses' Club 11, Pep Club 11-12. Ranucci
William Reynolds Rashid
A baseball player is our Bill, Ray
He can really dig up a thrill.
Gerry was our mascot as a chick,
Everyone knows she's real slick.
Home Room Repres, 11-12, Pep Club 12, Spanish Club
11-12, Nurses' Club 11-12, Pres. 12, G.A,L. 10-11-12.
Otto is our boy that's shy,
But he is a real great guy.
German Club 11-12. Reagan
Robert Robinson Reese, J.
Handsome and quiet, popular too, R R
When he's with girls they're never blue. eese' '
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A short, petite girl who is always around, Reiter
When a favor is needed, she can be found.
Gary is sure to have his pick,
Because with girls he does click.
Boys, boys and fellas too,
She likes more than just a few.
St. Co. 12.
Nellie Ross Reign
Nellie is one who's never still, Reynolds
Yet she sews with best of skill. R.
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rummer man. Drummer man!
Dad this man can lead the band!! Robinson
Band 10-11-12, Orchestra 12, Student Council 12, Swing
Lobby Co. 10-11-12, Hall Patrol 10-11.
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He can run as fast as time.
Track 10-11-12, Cross Country 11-12, Activity Repres.
Quiet is Rowlesy in his way,
Out of school he proves his pay.
Perf. Att. 10, Hall Patrol 12.
lf silence is as golden as they say,
Janet should be rich someday.
Mary Lee Russ
Very nice, gosh oh gee,
We're referring to Mary Lee.
Very petite is our Lolly,
She really looks like a dolly.
Joan is a real nice gal,
ln Ne-Ca-Hi she is a belle.
Goal Post 12.
Sandy hair, pretty eyes,
Happy laughs, happy sighs.
Aud. Usher 10-11-12, Football Usher 11, F. W. E. 12
St. Co. Com. 12, Goal Post 12, Basketball Usher 12
Home Room Repres. 11, "Time Out for Ginger" 12.
Gene Ryhal is quite the guy,
He's always giving someone the "eye".
Home Room Repres. 11, Shop Football 10-11-12.
Mary Luella Ryhal
A secretary Lou wants to be,
Will she someday sit on the Boss's knee?
Home Room Repres. 10, Swing Lobby Com. 10-11-12
St. Co. Corn. 10-11, Cheerleader 11-12, G. A. L. 11-12
St. Co. 11, Secy. 11, O. B. E. 12.
A quiet boy is this guy,
Now is he really shy?
Gabby is a girl of ioys,
She's really popular with the boys.
Dofobs 10-11-12, Football Usher 12.
Creamy complexion, beautiful hair,
This pretty girl has not one care.
Tall and swell, one ofthe best,
Betty is always well dressed.
Perf. Att. 10, G. A. L. 11-12, Maiorette 12, Drill Team
12, Activity Repres. 12.
From 107 comes this pert girl,
She gives all the boys a whirl,
German Club 10-11-12, Y-Teens 10-12, Nurses' Club
11-12, F.W. E. 12, G. A. L. 11-12.
Hunting and fishing interests him,
Mr. S. always has a grin.
Football 10, Guidance 11-12, Outdaorsmen's Club 11-
12, Pres. 12.
Bright red hair, personality the best,
Always studies, you know the rest.
Football Manager 10, Basketball Usher 10, Doorman
11-12, St. Co. 12, St. Co. Com. 12.
Ebert is a quiet lad,
Sometimes silent, more often glad.
Home Room Repres. 10, Hall Patrol 11-12, Guidance
12, Doorman 11-12.
Chuck is tops on our gym team,
And with all, he is supreme.
Boys' Gym Team 11-12, Activity Repres. 12.
Hunting seems to suit him tine,
It keeps him happy all the time.
Smart young lad, gets around,
Drives his car like he's "heaven bound".
Guidance 10, Doorman 11-12, Turnstyle 12, Perf. Att.
10, French Club 12, F. T. A. 12.
Mary Ann Session
You'll always find her laughing away,
For her trouble never stays a clay.
Football Usher 12, Y-Teens 10-11-12, Aud. Usher 12.
Chirk's character is real neat,
Once you know him, he can't be beat.
Jumbo is the boy ta know,
Give him a basketball and watch him go!
Hall Patrol 12.
Drives a Ford, real friendly too,
This crew-cut character is never blue.
Very little and very quick,
Dofobs 10-11-12, Football Usher 11, Band 12, Y-Teens Joe sure knows every trick.
The Pep Club boosts the New Year's dance.
Cross Country Mgr. 10, Hall Patrol 12.
Here's a gal who's always sweet,
Sort of quiet and very neat.
Perf. Att. 12.
Mickey has brown wavy hair,
Always happy, never a care.
Shop Football 10-11.
Mary Ann Sheridan
Mary Ann is quiet, l know,
But you should see her after you go.
G. A. L. 12.
Personality plus and that's not all,
A good-looking kid with a lot on the ball.
Active, not passive is our girl Cyn,
All our friendship she is bound to win.
Dofobs 10, Aud. Usher 12, F.T.A. 10-11-12, Pres. 12,
Y-Teens 11, Guidance 11, Football Usher 12, F.W.E.
12, "A Case of Springtime" 12.
Big tall fella-that's not silly,
His sense of humor is a dilly.
Gym Team 11-12, Track Team 11-12, Doorman 11-12.
Five-foot-three and eyes of brown,
Here's one girl that's going to town.
Perf. Att. 11, Art Club 12.
Happy and gay is our Ruthann,
With these characteristics she'II get her man.
Quiet and conservative is Mr. Smith,
ln basketball he doesn't drift.
Lots of fun is our Smitty,
Cute and sweet, she sure is witty.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Senatus Romanus 11, Concert Choir
10-11-12, F. W. E. 12, Guidance 12.
Mary Lou Smith
Mary Lou likes to play basketball,
For some lucky man she'll some day fall.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Spanish Club 12, Nurses' Club 12.
Barb has a smile for everyone,
Always makes sure her work is done.
Concert Choir 11-12, O. B. E. 12.
For Claudette wedding bells have rung,
Her married life has iust begun.
Y-Teens 10-11, Nurses Club 11, G. A. L. 12, Activity
Repres. 12, Football Usher 11, Aud. Usher 11-12.
She's always seen, has lots of joy,
Lots of fun, and lots of noise.
G. A. L. 11-12, Pep Club 12, Y-Teens 12, "Our Town"
10, Camera Club 10, Sportswomen 12.
Crew cut and lovely blue eyes,
That's a combination all girls idolize.
Mercersburg Academy 10-11, "Time Out for Ginger"
12, Spanish Club 11, "A Case of Springtime" 12.
A Tony is a real nice guy,
Once you know him, you'll understand why.
Home Room Repres. 11, Hall Patrol 10, Guidance 10
Spanish Club 10-11, Science Club 12.
Very quiet and camera shy,
ln Art and Science, he's a real smart guy.
Art Club 11-12, St. Co. Com. 11, Home Room Repres
12, Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12.
Betty is big-hearted and nice to know,
She always greets you with a pleasant hello.
G. A. L. 12, Outdoorswomen 12.
Bill is a boy from shop,
As a friend he rates at the top.
A quiet one but lots of fun,
You'll never find him on the run.
Perf. Att. 10-11.
From shop comes our Paul,
Over some girl he's bound to tall.
When Guy and Bud teamed up with Denny,
Mrs. Alexander's troubles developed into many.
Football Manager 11-12.
Real gone, they think of him,
Especially when he's in the gym.
Orchestra 10-11-12, Color Guard 10.
When "Joe's" around the girls are found,
He soon will be Hollywood bound.
German Club 11-12, Cross Country 12,Track11-12.
Lots of noise, lots of attention,
Lots of poise, lots of detention.
Pre-Session Sq. 12, Concert Choir 10-11-12, Football
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This red-headed Miss can't be beat.
Ida May Suber
Good in typing and in making rhyme,
She is dependable all the time.
Y-Teens 11, G.A.L. 12.
A '55 Plymouth he drives,
lt's the apple of his eyes.
Penny is a real cute chick,
With all the boys she really clicks.
Home Room Repres. 12, O.B.E. 12, F.W.E. 12, Sports-
Barbara Taylor has long blonde hair,
To find a natural is quite rare.
Concert Choir 10-11-12, Camera Club 10, G.A.L. 11-12,
Y-Teens 10-11, St. Co, Com. 11, Home Room Repres. 11.
When Thelma eats she's in her glory,
But to talk about boys that's another story.
Football Usher 11-12, Y-Teens 10-11.
A good announcer he will be,
You may see him on T. V.
Our Alex really likes his car,
It will surely take him far.
I Donna's a doll that can't be beat,
All the boys think she's real neat.
Joye Della Thompson
Pretty as a picture, sweet as can be,
Joye will suit some boy to a "T".
St. Co. Com, 11-12, Home Room Repres. 10, Act. Repres.
12, Guidance Com. 10-11-12, Secy. 11,Y-Teens10-11-12:
Pep Club 11-12, Secy. 11-12, Our Town 10, Stardust
11, Cheerleader 12, G.A.L. 10-11-12, Ne-Ca-Hi Staff 12,
F.W.E. 12, T.v, Prog. 11, Time out For Ginger 12, A
Case of Springtime 12, F.T.A. 10-11-12, Secy. 11.
Makes a lot of noise for attention,
Often see him in detention!
Pre Session Sq. 11, Swing Lobby Com. 12, Hall Patrol
11, Band 10-11-12, Color Guard 10, Our Town 10.
Pete's the MARTYR of Room 31,
But really he's a lot of fun.
Curly hair, eyes of blue,
For some girl Bill will be true!
Dave is our musician grand,
He's really hep over our bond!
Band 10-11-12, Band Mgr. 11-12, Orchestra 11, Asst
Drum Major 11-12, Concert Choir 12.
Blonde hair and blue eyes,
Jayne is ready to take the prize!
Football Usher 12, G.A.L. 12.
Rich's school work is never done,
He's always having lots of fun.
Art Club 12.
They say he's a real cool cat!
With a wardrobe to match.
Gym team 10-11-12, St. Council 10, Home Room Repres.
10, Act. Repres. 12, St. Co. Com. 12, Guidance 10-11-12.
Myrna has been our friend for years,
To see her go will bring many tears.
Camera Club 10, Home Room Repres. 10-11, G.A.L. 10-
Life never gets dark for him,
He's too happy to be grim.
Home Room Repres. 10.
A teacher our Lil wants to be,
She'll make it-wait and see!
St. Co. Com. 10-11, Aud, Usher 10-11, Football Usher 12,
Fulmen Romanum 11, F.T.A. 11-12, Nurses' Club 12,
Sportswomen 12, Pres. 12.
A maiorette that's really neat,
Barb and her twin are hard to beat!
Perf. Att. 10-11-12, Maiorette 11-12, Drill Team 12,-
Home Room Repres. 12, Sportswomen 12.
Here he comes-fire, tire!
This guy's one the gals admire.
German Club 10-11-12.
Our .loanie has one claim,
To be a housewife is her aim.
Y-Teens 10-12, Perf. Att. 10-11.
Nancy is sure a sweet little lass,
Lots of fun-a friend that will last.
The witty wonder ofthe Senior Class,
Some of his sayings will surely last.
Fulmen Romanum 10, Concert Choir 10, French Club 12.
Jim is really quite the guy,
When he's around, the girls all sigh
Thinks deep and ponders a lot,
No telling what deep thoughts he's got.
Cars, men, and money,
Some think she's really a honey.
Always friendly, always gay,
She'll live her life the fullest way.
St. Clairsville High School 10, Y-Teens 12, Aud. Usher
12, St. Co. Com. 12, Perf. Att. 12.
Giggles, giggles, everywhere,
Not a worry, not a care.
Perf. Att. 10-11, Y-Teens 10-11-12, Nurses' Club 11-12,
G. A. L. 11, "A Case of Springtime" 12.
Herc, for our football hero, is a fitting name,
He's sure to work his way to fame.
Football 10-11-12, Basketball 10.
Sweet, witty, and wise,
She's one who likes the guys.
Y-Teens 11, Home Room Rep. 11, G. A. L. 11.
Jon's wit will be remembered by Ne-Ca-Hi,
His escapades mark him as a well-liked guy.
Turnstyle 11, Outdoorsmen 11.
Always cheery, always kind,
A fellow's heart some day she'll find.
G. A. L. 12.
An ambitious guy, he'll go far,
He's hitched his wagon to a star.
Gym Team 11-12, Guidance Com. 12.
A smile a day is her advice,
Everyone thinks she's extra nice.
G. A. L. 11-12.
If silence is as golden as they say,
Sonual should be very rich some day.
Home Room Repres. 10, Gym Team 10-12.
Over Chuck the girls all sigh,
He sure is a handsome guy.
Home Room Repres. 12, Orchestra 11-12, Band 10-11.
A finer personality you can't find,
Agnes is a wonderful friend all the time.
Guidance 10-11-12, Ne-Ca-Hi Lites 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Staff
Snappy Sandy, our head maiorette,
Whenever friends go by, a friendly greeting they
Maforette 10-11-12, Home Room Repres. 10, Swing
Lobby Com. 10-11-12, Science Club 11, Y-Teens 11,
G. A. L. 11-12, Sportswomen 12.
Pretty hair, pretty eyes, too,
She keeps busy the whole day through.
Y-Teens 11, Drill Team 12, G. A. L. 11-12, Art Club
12, Pep Club 12, Sportswomen 12.
Minn's about the best everyone will agree,
Among one of the cutest you'Il ever see.
Always happy, always gay,
Lorrie takes life the easy way.
Guidance Office Secy. 11.
A good iob she's sure to pursue,
After that, what will she do??
Mary Ann Yoho
Mary Ann's a hard worker, one of the best,
With us, she'll always be tops on the list.
Y-Teens 10-11-12, Home Room Repres. 11, Activity
Repres. 12, G. A. L. 11-12, Nurses' Club 11-12, Perf. Att.
Frank's always got a remark to make,
That's a habit hard to break.
If temper comes from having red hair,
She isn't using her full share.
G. A, L. 12.
In our book he will always be tops,
As one who succeeds and rarely flops.
Camera Club 10-12, Perf. Att. 11, Band 11, Science Club
12, F.W. E. 12, Pres, 12, Activity Repres. 12, Ne-Ca-Hi
Staff 12, Ne-Ca-Hi Rambler 12.
Not graduating in June 1956. Moved to Shenango
He's president of the Art Club and a lot of fun,
His president duties keep him on the run.
Forward March-The Drill Team Performs.
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WINNING CLASS SONG
Tune to "It's Almost Tomorrow"
So long to our high school,
We bid you farewell,
The memories of high school days,
Will long with us dwell,
The teachers we've had here
Have all been so kind,
And now we'll depart from them,
A new life in mind.
The friends that we've made here
Will be on their way,
The work and the fun we've had
In memory will stay,
Though tears will be many,
They're tears of good-bye,
We'll always love our dear school,
God bless Ne-Ca-Hi.
- By Fred George
Second Highest-"16 Tons"-Marilyn Druschel
WINNING CLASS POEM
Through twelve years we have gone at last.
The struggles, sometimes hard, are past.
As we look back, we now can see
The years were spent quite happily.
The friendships that we each have made
Were wonderful. This can be said
Because of all the joys we've shared
And many of the hardships spared.
Not all has been enioyable
For oft we've lost sight of the goal.
Through many hours of constant study,
We've thought our brains were made of putty.
Through tests so long and hard that we
Have wondered why this had to be.
Why do teachers seem to glory
In making students fret and worry?
Now, we see t'was all a build-up.
Beware! ye who have your shield up
Against what might be there ahead,
Think over all that has been said.
Then, when you've made a sure conviction,
Stick by it, though there be some friction.
May this our goal forever be:
"Ever Onward." This, our plea.
Second Highest-Goodbye, Dear Ne-Ca-Hi-Richard Beisheim
H0 UR ROLL
C ASS UF I956
Clara Ann Abraham
Robert Michael Abraham
Marian Sophia Ahlquist
Andrew Joseph Alberico
Sue Adair Albert
Edward John Anttila
Edith Joanne Bala
Richard Frank Beisheim
Joan Victoria Bok
Felicia Mae Bongivengo
Kenneth Robert Britton
Robert Eugene Brotemarkle
Franklin Arthur Brown
Russell Paul Campbell
Martin Thomas Cannon
Judith Dale Carlon
Kenneth Howard Carr
Barbara Ann Cerbes
Theodore Stanley Chrobak
Edwin Russell Connelly
Lawrence Anthony Conti, Jr.
John William Coy
Nedra Ann Critchlow
David A. Dayton
Mary Ann Rita DeCaprio
Daniel M. DiCarlo, Jr.
Edward B. Dingledy
Barbara Ann Double
James Elton Eckelberger
James Carl Esposito
Nancy Jean Filban
Katherine Lorraine Fleeger
Sandra Theresa Frengel
Lillian Rose Gabriel
Judith Ann Gerst
Shirley Ann Gibson
Carole Ann Gallo
Katherine Luella Green
Alan Sherwin Greenberg
Frances Jo Grossman
Nancy Lee Hanna
James Jay Haven
James Donald Headings
Carmilla Barbara Herno
Dig those hats' How about that?
Amy Plym Johns
Aleata Jayne Johnston
Robert Joseph Kyle
Ethel Gaye Laurell
James Allen Lavender
Nancy Pauline Leiblic
Judith Rae Levine
Janet Elaine Lewis
Jacquelyn Carol Lindsley
Philip Dean Lintz
Barbara Ann Lutch
Kent Ross Mally
Rita Anne Mariacher
Darrell Lewis Matheus
Clara Rowena McCluslney
Charlotte Joan McMillen
William Phillip Milne
Carol Ann Miller
Loretta Jean Miller
Donald John Mitchell
Ronald Albert Mitchell
Carol Ann Mollic
Angela Philomena Munno
Shirley Ann Myers
Betty Joan Natcher
Phyllis Ann Newmark
Sandra Elizabeth Palco
Shirley Ann Patton
Gilbert Edward Plant
Victoria Mary Renucci
Serena Ruth Rashid
Geraldine Ann Rico
Mary Luella Ryhal
Joseph S. Senko
Joseph Carl Shaftic
Cynthia Madeline Simone
Elizabeth Ann Slizeski
Margaret E. Srnifh
Mary Louise S'niZh
Barbara Jane Soupart
Anthony Francis Spinelli
Penelope Ann Sumner
Barbara Jean Taylor
Joye Delle Thon'pson
Lillian Marcia Vulmovich
Walter Wayne Ward
Richard Edgar Ziegler
to The Class of 1956
Moy Success cmd
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NEW CASTLE, PA.
WALTER F. KWOLEK AND SON
over 35 years in New Castle
252Vz E. Washington Street
Phone OL 4-5771 New Castle, Penna
SELTZER and YOUNG, INC.
Lumber and Builders Supplies
1316 Moravia Street
1700 Highland AVenUe New Castle, Pennsylvania
you, wanf, a, photvqfzaph, . . .
4014, want LL llhllfllqlldph.,
Best Wishes To The
Class of '56
T24 East Washington Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
The Class Of
The Store for Men,
Young Men, and Boys
NEW CASTLE, PA.
"Each generation must win democracy for
itself. Many young persons wish they
might have lived in the historic and cour-
ageous time ot George Washington, for
example, when there were victories to be
made and real history written. On the
contrary, there are lust as big problems to-
day, and every opportunity for develop-
ment."-Frank Thayer, Forbes Magazine.
Our congratulations to the new
graduates. Today's big problems,
and the opportunities for success
in this country provide an inter-
esting challenge, a chance to
show that this generation can
win democracy for itself.
PENNSYLVANIA PowER CQMPANY
Jewelers 8. Silversmiths PLATE AND GLASS
213 E. Washington Street
American Gem Society
60 YEARS IN BUSINESS
15 S. Mercer Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
ELLIOTT 8. WADDINGTON INC.
116-118 N. Mercer Street
New Castle, Po.
Quality Meats and Groceries
Phone OL 8-8261
Everything Electrical for the
Smallest Home or Largest Factory
TELEVISION - APPLIANCES - SERVICE
BRUCE - MERRILEES
ELECTRIC CO., INC.
Phones OL 2-5567, 2-5568, and 2-2531
648 East Washington Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Best Wishes to the Class of '56
ENJOY BORDEN'S ICE CREAM
at your neighborhood fountain . . .
and take some home with you, too!
406 E. Taylor Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Phone OL 2-5861
SPRING AND AXEL COMPANY
FIRST IN FOODS
A 81 M SUPER MARKET
FIRST IN FURNITURE
A 8m M FURNITURE,
The VVOffdg.E?765f Bafhroom Hkfures
by lllvfbrsillf Rll Ild le
213 River Road, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Plants in Camden, New Jersey, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, New Castle, Pa., Redlands, Calif., San Antonio and Hondo, Texas
The World's Finest Bathroom Fixtures
Easy Living Kitchen Equipment
Offers Congratulations and Best Wishes to
The Class of T956
GRADUATES Best Wishes
To The Class of "56"
Studio and Candid Wedding Photographs
Your Store of Dependability H8 N' Mill Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
5 0 T U 5 THE cHlLnREN's SHOP
Three Locmions 106 N. Mill Street OL 4-7441
Hi-Lander Theater Building
I Heel New Castle, Pa.
Compliments of Athletic Equipment
Westinghouse Appliances SPORTING GOODS STORE
33 N. Mill Street Dial OL 2-6231 105 N. Mercer Street
29 N. MILL STREET
Phone OL 2-8351
Penn Theater Building
All Makes Congratulations
WE BUY Machines
Authorized Agents For
Remington Rand Typewriters
and Adding Machines
OFFICE MACHINES Sn D SI W DIVISION
IThe Typewriter-Adding Machine Storei
7 E. Washington Street Phone OL 4-6668 24 N. Mercer Street 22 N. Mill Street
On The Diamond
NEW CASTLE, PA.
NEW CASTLE, PA.
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Sunday School 81 Church Supplies
BIBLES - PICTURES - PLAQUES
SACRED RECORDS - GOSPEL MUSIC
IIO N. Mercer Street New Costle, Pcs.
26 N. Mill Street Phone OL 8-6629
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Are on Important Port of Life
The Store of Notioncilly Advertised
Next to Penn Theater
New Castle Drug Co
Dependable Prescription Service
DE VAUX .IEWELERS
"New Castle's Finest"
I02 Corner North and Mercer Streets
Class of '56
EVe,y,,,,ng PEARSON BRICK
For Your Home
Family Car and Your Farm
Over 100,000 Items
II5 E. North Street
QL 2-7711 NEW CASTLE, PA.
26 N. Jefferson St. New Castle, Pa.
THE MILLER DRUG stone
DANISH PASTRY SHOP
38 West Washington Street
Phone OL 2-9961 28 N. Mill Street
Makers of Fine Cakes
Phone OL 4-3161
New Castle, Pa.
Congratulations to the Class of '56
JEFFERSON POULTRY MARKET
CDI CARLO BROTHERS1
19 West Market Way
Rear Post Office
J. B. NIELSEN
Jeweler and Optometrist
11 E. Washington Street New Castle, Pa.
MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY
Your Health Center
- Two Stores -
903 Wilmington Avenue
Phone OL 2-7211
123 E. North Street
Phone OL 2-8141
Marge! Keauty Salon
"Simplicity is the Essence of Good Taste"
12 E. Washington Street
New Castle, Pa.
Grove Street at the Bridge
NEW CASTLE, PA.
and Accessories Products
Phone OL - 2-8404
Helen lt Kridal Shoppe
Bridal Gowns, Veils, Bridesmaids Dresses
Formals, Cocktail Dresses, Lingerie
Complete Tuxedo Rentals
"Always First with the Latest Styles"
38 N. MILL STREET NEW CASTLE, PA.
Open Evenings and Sunday
Class ot '56
E. Washington Street
ton the Diamondl
T el e v i s i o n
Sales and Service
Admiral - Dumont - Emerson
28 S. Mercer Street OL 4-2841
Phone OL 4-7281
THE CATHOLIC GIFT SHOP
Rosaries, Crucifixes, Bibles
Wedding and Shower
SMITH BROTHERS SADDLERY
Harness and Saddlery
, 114 N. Mill Street OL 2-2721
New Castle, Pa.
33 S. Jefferson St. New Castle, Pa. ffLC,W,e,,Ce Counfylg Leading Awning Mqnufodufe S
-do Class of '56
A Ernest.. Tl
W yi D. G. RAMSEY at soNs
5 1, M
L flu ' BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
YJ r 1-T1
-'T T HARDWARE
9 1 g OL-4-532.I
N Me S1-
lf ew Ca rcef, or 4-7747 Phones OL4-7748
l 306 - 20 Croton Avenue
NEW CASTLE, PA.
LOVE 8. MEGOWN
to 'he The Druggists
Class of 1956
Drugs 81 Sundries
AXEIS MARKET Stover Candies
OL 2-2321 12 N. Mill Street
Congratulations Class of 1956
GLYN THOMAS PHARMACY
8 E. Washington Street NEW CASTLE, PA. OL 2-5821
XX l ff
Phone OL 4-7709
Watches f , 242 E. Washington St
Silverware fi New cAsrLE, PA.
Compliments of Your
Cformerly Gold Tone Stucliob
Best Wishes to the Class of '56
Specialists in School Portraiture
Phone OL 2-5734
l'l4 N. Mercer Street
New Castle, Pa.
PAGLEY SHOE SERVICE
lt's Easier To Succeed
By Having Your
T7 North Mill Street
ROHRERS GUN STORE
236 E. Washington Street
PAUL J. TURCO, B. Sc.
24l East Washington Street
New Castle, Pa.
Phone OL 2-Ol3'l
WEST WASHINGTON ST.
fAt the Dicimondj
New Castle, Pa.
McGRATH'S FLOWER SHOP
l3 N. Mill Street Phone OL 2-O75l
New Castle, Pe. oi 4-0553 New Coyle' PG'
.IU N E D A L E
Highest in Quality 0 Lowest in Price
HELEN USSELTON SHOP -Education Never Sfops-
124 E. North Street
UNITED SHOE FACTORY OUTLET
S t W Swe te Blou es
pors ear G rs S The Home of Famous Brand
Foundation Garments Bras. etc. Shoes For Everyone
A New And Modern Store
To Serve a Modern Community
NEW CASTLE STORE
253 East Washington Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
THE EMBER CLUB
2628 E. Long Avenue
Pizza Sandwiches Shrimp
MYERS SHOE STORE
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
129 E. Long Avenue
New Castle, Pa.
118- 120 East Long Avenue
New Castle, Pa. Phone OL 4-3192
ALPERN BAKING COMPANY
Vienna Rye and
and Italian Pumpernickel
32 East Long Avenue New Castle, Pa.
Phone OL 2-7112
Weight 16 oz. or more?-Reg. Pa. Dept. of Agriculture
MARZIO POULTRY MARKET
Cut Up Poultry
BANQUETS and WEDDINGS
Phone OL 4-8451
For Over 104 Years
245 E. Washington Street
Phone OL 2-7727
E. D. FEE Transfer COMPUMENTSOF
TTT E. Lincoln Avenue
NEW CASTLE, PA.
'D' CHEMICAL COMPANY
Agent of North American Van Lines
Gndiafvnffif Qowing - - ,Since 11894
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Built to Serve You . . .
Pictured above, Kurtz Bros. factory and warehouses along with the Pittsburgh
Branch contain more than 145,000 square feet of floor space. Here, under one
roof, your school annuals are printed, bound and cased into covers . . . Truly a
plant built to serve your printing requirements . . . "Our Word is Our Bond."
KURTZ BROS. 2"ZZ2F CLEARFIELD, PA.
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410 3RD. STREET S.E., CANTON, OHIO
MAY'S DO - NUTS
CLARENCE MAY, Owner
"Oh Boy! They're Good!"
Many Delicious Varieties
Retail and Wholesale
1225 East Washington Street
NEW CASTLE OL 4-4141
JESSE N. KERR
"The House of Flawless Diamonds
and Sterling SiIver"
Registered Jeweler American Gem Society
5 N. Mill Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Congratulations to Class of '56
CIAI.EI.I.A 81 CARNEY, FLORISTS
1224 South Mill Street
Flowers for all occasions
lon the southside across the street from
SHAFFER 8. SNYDER
146 E. Long Avenue New Castle, Pa
B. J. BIONDI
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
AND BONDING SERVICE
105 East Long Avenue New Castle, Pa
OL 2-1521 OL 2-3552
Being Insured Means Secured
Phone OLiver 2-0123
HEARING AID CENTER
Sales ' Service ' Repairs
Batteries 81 Cords For All Makes
37 N. Mercer Street
New Castle, Pa.
Sportswear, Lingerie, Hosiery
Handbags, and Gloves
McBRIDE ' SHANNON
For Over Fifty Years
238 E. Washington St. OL 4-5571
New Castle, Pa.
115 - 117 E. Washington
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Prescriptions - Fountain Service
Gift Items - Cosmetics
Phone OL 4-2741
ARTICLES IN HARDWARE
Good Hardware Since 1861
William 9. beC'ar6o
In all America there is no finer and at
no extra cost
Limousine Service - Invalid Service
Day or Night
Phone OL 2-6634
926 Cunningham Ave. New Castle, Pa.
"Our Courteous Services Never End"
Class of '56
Hennon Hardware Co.
"It's Hennon's It It's Hardware"
Benjamin Moore Paint Products
1239 East Washington Street
Phone OL 2-9621 NEW CASTLE, PA
Class of '56
LOCKLEY MACHINE COMPANY
NEW CASTLE PENNSYLVANIA
Congratulations to Class of "56"
BOLOTIN'S FURNITURE COMPANY
343 E. Washington Street
OL 4-7784 New Castle, Pa.
STAN'S AUTO SALES
2100 Wilmington Road
Satisfied Customers Are
Our Best Ads
PHOTOGRAPHY 531 TAYLOR smear OL 2-7176
Phone OL 4-3911
ROYAL TYPEWRITING COMPANY
Sales ' Rentals ' Repairs
F. D. WEBSTER, Rep.
Phone OL 2-6102 New Castle, Pa. 33 East Street
Class of 1956
ROBINS FURNITURE COMPANY
26 E. Washington Street New Castle, Pa.
JosEPH's SUPER MARKET, INC. C0"'P'l"'e"'S of
Meats - Groceries -- Vegetables
RICHMAN BROTHERS CLOTHES
11-13 East Long Avenue
New Castle, PO' 235 E. Washington Street
Atlantic Service To The
Groceries Class of 1956
Home Made Ice Cream A FRIEND
Wilmington Road Phone OLiver 8-9457
HOWARD L. REYNOLDS
909 Adams Street New Castle, Pa.
HENNON'S RADIATOR SERVICE
Cooling System Specialists
Automotive and Industrial
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
408 W. Washington Street OL 2-9351
KEYSTONE FURNITURE COMPANY
"Where You Buy lt For Less"
364 E, Washington Street
New Castle, Pa.
Complete Home Furnisher
JOHN'S HARDWARE 8. SUPPLY CO.
Complete Line of Hardware
We Give Top Value Stamps
OL 2-7500 Plaza Center
John J. lorio 1707-C Wilmington Road
New Castle, Pa.
123 N. Beaver Street New Castle, Pa.
Ceramic Floor and Walltile
All Types of Resilient Floors
Dial OL 4-0641
SALES and SERVICE
NEW AND USED CARS
G u a r a n t e e d
OL 2-1480 481 E. Washington Street
CLASS OF '56
WILLIAM H. NESBITT
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
227 Park Avenue OL 2-6740
in the finest of Italian and American
P I Z Z A
baked while you wait
Phone OL 2-5171
622 E. Washington Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1956
FOR THE BEST IN USED CARS
502 Taylor Street Phone OL 4-2104
See The Newest
Class Rings and Pins
In Black Onyx
Mother of Pearl
Ruby and Blue Spiral
3 Tone Gold
Reasonably Priced At
Over 35 years in New Castle
200 East Washington Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
To the Class of 1956
Three retail stores to serve you:
224 E. Washington St. OL 2-5361
104 W. Washington St. OL 2-8995
1707 Wilmington Rcl.-Plaza Center
Class of '56
GEORGE BROTHERS APPLIANCES
R. D. 3 Wilmington Road
THE CLAIRE BROWN SHOPPE
Corner Mill and North Streets
New Castle, Pa.
NOGA FUNERAL HOME
1142 S. Mill Street at Reynolds
New Castle, Pa.
SAVINGS AND LOAN
OF NEW CASTLE
New Castle's Pioneer Thrift
Congratulations to the
Class of 1956
NEW AND USED CARS
Cleanest Cars in Town
Home Fmcncmg lnsmuhon 422 Taylor Street New Castle, P
Ph OL 4 7707
C pl BEST WISHES
GENKINGER AGENCY HAMMOND MUSIC
29 S. M 5 209 East Washington S
NEW CASTLE PA
NEW CASTLE, PA
CI M156 SEAVY'S STUDIO
PENNSYLVANIA Hghsh '
CORPORATION CHQ Ph 9 Ph
NEW CASTLE PENNSYLVANIA NEW CASTLE PA
Your REPAIR SERVICE STORE
Automatic Washers - Dryers - Mangles - Sweepers - Irons - Toasters - Mixers
Coflee Makers - and Other Small Appliances
RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE
1228 S. Mill Street
If you can qualify as a preferred
risk, l'Il bet a dollar to a dough-
nut I can save you money on your
auto insurance. Just call me and
DELACE "OLD KING"
Room zoo L. s. a T. Bldg.
Phone OL 4-9141
"Floors and Walls of Distinction"
21-25 South Mill Street New Castle, Pa.
' All Wool Broadloom Carpet
' Resilient Tile Floors
' Plastic Wall Tile
' Venetian Blinds
Dial OL 2-7794
"Carpet and Floor Covering,
Not a sideline"
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
to NE-CA-HI CLASS OF 1956
May We Help You to a Successful Career
NEW CASTLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
An Accredited Junior College of Business
i I I
CLASS OF '56
We consider it a privilege to know well, so many members
of the New Castle High School Graduating Class of June '56p
and at this memorable time in your lives, as you enter into a
larger life of endeavor and service, we want you to know that
our good wishes for your success and happiness follow you.
RECREATION PROJ ECT COMMITTEE
HON. EDWARD A. DeCARBO
LT. CECIL F. SUBER, Chairman
Meet Your Friends at
New Castle's Friendly Drug Store
CLUTTON DRUG COMPANY
Phone OL 2-3621 226 E. Washington Street
GUSTAV'S PURE FOOD BAKERY
Famous For Their
Whipped Cream Cakes ,
Phone OL 4-2221 Men's and Boys' Sportswear
Rawling's Sporting Goods
302 E. Washington Street
106 E. Washington Street OL 2-8471
FLEMING STEEL COMPANY
Steel Structu re
30 East Washington Street
New Castle, Po.
L 2-9821 New Castle, Pa.
E. B. CONNELLY AGENCY
I N S U R A N C E
501 L. S. 8. T. Building Phone OL 2-2331
"HARRY THE HAT'S"
415 South Mill Street
fAcross from J. BJ
Men's and Boys' Store
New Castle, Pa.
For Prompt, Courteous, T. V. Service
505 Taylor Street New Castle, Pa
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
New Castle, Pa.
School and Graduation
215V2 E. Washington Street
OL 2-3451 NEW CASTLE, PA.
Uames Gibson trading asl
MAXWELL 81 GIBSON
QUALITY COAL AND ICE
Home of Original Frozen Custard
301 S. Mill Street New Castle, Pa
Phone OL 4-3321
CLASS OF 1956
NEW CASTLE AUTOMOBILE
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
As graduates receive diplomas from schools all over America, let us
remember this fact. Parents and their children who practice thrift, so they can
pay for a higher education, know that it pays dividends.
You will also, if you try it with a savings account at this bank.
VOLANT, PA. ELLWOOD CITY, PA.
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Federal Reserve Bank System
RIECK DAIRY COMPANY
31 South Beaver Street
NEW CASTLE, PA.
Phone: OL 4-7701
Shop At The
DAVIS SHOE COMPANY
219 Washington St.
Phone OL 2-6421
14 North Mill St. New Castle, Pa.
A Certified Laundry
727-729 S. Mill Street Phone OL 2-4761
JOSEPH B. LEYDE
SERVICES TO MEET YOUR EVERY BANKING NEED
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LAWRENCE COUNTY
Organ zed a a Nato al B nk n 1864
Executor, Administrator, Guardian
Trustee and in other fiduciary capacities
UNION TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW CASTLE
Members - Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
CLASS OF 1956
CA mio My
f china originals
Compliments of Compliments
ECKERD'S DRUG STORE
'ITO E. Washington Street New Castle, Pa. New Coslle' PG'
Best Wishes and Congratulations
THE LADIES' STORE
108 E. WASHINGTON STREET
Index To 14daIe1-tiAerA
AIexander's Radio-Television AA
AIpern's Bakery ....., A A AA AA
A-M Furniture Store A A
A-M Supermarket A
Axe's Market AA A
Baptiste Bakery Shop A A
Barletto Electric Service A
BiIlman's Atlantic Station
Biondi Insurance Agency A
BoIotin's Furniture Store A AAAAAAA A AA A
Borden's Ice Cream Company A A
Bowen Tile Center A AA A AA A
Boyd 81 Myer's Funeral Home A
Bruce-Merrilees Electric Company A
Butz Florist AA AA A AA AA A A
Canton Arc and Engraving Company
Castle Opticians A A A A A AA A A
Castle Stationery Company
Catholic Gift Shop A AA A
Chappell's Sunday School and
Church Supplies A A A
ChiIdren's Shop A A A
Cialella 81 Carney Floral Shop
Citizens National Bank
Claire Brown Shoppe
Clutton Drug Company
Connelly, E. B., Agency A
Danish Pastry Shop A
Davis Shoe Company
De Carbo, W. F., Funeral Home
De Vaux Jewelry Company A
Di Marzio's Poultry Market
Drake's Studio A A
Eckerd's Drug Store
Auto-Accessories A A
Ember Club AA A AA
Fee's, E. D. Transfer AA
First Federal Savings-Loan
First National Bank A A
Fleming Music Center
Fleming Steel Company
Flex-O-Lators, Inc. A AA
General Floor Covering Company
Genkinger Agency AA A A
George Brothers, Appliances
Gerson's Jewelry Store
Gus' Men's Wear . .
Gustav's Pure Food Bakery
Hammond Music Store
Harris Jewelry Store
Harry "The Hat", Used Cars
Hearing Aid Center
Helen's Bridal Shop
Hennon's Hardware Store
IsaIy's Dairy Store
JeFFerson Poultry Market
John's Hardware Store
Kantz Department Store
Kerr's Jewelry Store
Keystone Furniture Store
Kirk-Hutton Hardware Store
Lawrence Laundry Company
Lawrence Savings and Trust
Levine, Men's Clothing
Levine, Charles C., Jeweler
Leyde's Funeral Home
Lockley Machine Company
Love and McGown, Druggists
Lumley, Charles, Pharmacy
Marge's Beauty Salon
Mather Brothers, Jewelers
Maxwell and Gibson Coal Company
Mayor's Recreation Committee
McBride and Shannon Insurance
Medical Center Pharmacy
Miller's Drug Store
Mirow Jewelry Store
Myer's Shoe Store
Nesbitt, William, Insurance
New Castle Automobile Dealers
New Castle Business College
New Castle Chemical Company
New Castle Dry Goods Store
New Castle Drug Store
Nielsen Jewelry Store
Noga Funeral Home
Nolan's Ladies Shop
Office Machinery and
Pagley's Shoe Service
Paisley Pharmacy F
Pearson Briclc Company F F F
Penn Service T-V Company F
Pennsylvania Engineering Company
Penney, J. C., Company F FF F
Pennsylvania Power Company
Perelman Jewelry Store F F
Perretti Service Station
Ramsey, D. C. and Sons
Reynold's Funeral Home r.,,.r FF
Richman Brothers F F FF
Rieck's Sealtest FF F F F
Robin's Furniture Store ..,..,
Rohrer's Gun Store F FF ....,..
Royal Typewriter Company F
Sears-Roebuck Company FF F
Seavy's Studio F F F
Page 132 Seltzer-Young, Inc. FF F F . ..
Page 134 Shaffer Motors F F F F FF F
Page 149 Shatter and Snyder Pharmacy F
pQge143 Shenango China Company F F F F
Silverman's Shoe Store ,.... FF F F
Page 131 Smith Brothers Saddlery FFFF F F
F Page 137 Sotus Candy Stores F FFFFF F FF F F
F Page 137 Spencer Paint and Glass Company FF FF
Page 147 Sporting Goods Store FFFF F F FF FF FF
Page 133 Standard Steel Spring F FF
Page154 Stan's Auto Sales
Page 150 State Farm Insurance Company F
Page 154 Strizzi Studio F FFFFF F FFFFFFFFF FF FFFF
1 ,V Page 126 Strouss-Hirshberg's Department Store
, Page 126 Strouss-Hirshberg's Photographers
Y 4, V Page 135 Sweet, Tom, Motor Sales FFFFFFFFFFFFF F
Page 136 Temenski Used Cars FFFFFFFFF F
H F 1, Page 146 Thomas, Glyn, Pharmacy FF F F
F W Page 126 Union Trust Company F F
F Page 146 United Shoe Factory FFFFF
, Page 158 Universal Rundle Company FF FF
V, ...Page 146 Usselton, Helen, Shop FF F
Page 137 Varden's Studio FF FF F FF FF FFF
Page 145 Villanova Restaurant F F FF
Page 133 Winter Company, Men's Wear FF FF
F Page 150 Y. M. C. AF Restaurant FFFF F
Campbell, C. E.
Evanich, Dr. Andrew
Frengel Motor Co., lnc.
Goodrich, The B. F.'Co.
Leivo, Matthew and Sons, Inc.
Levine and Lyon-Attorneys at Law
Lutz, Dr. R. C.
Moore's R. R. Salvage
New Castle Lumber and Supply Co.
Prioletti, Dr. J. P.
Seniow, Raymond V.
Shaffer and McBurney
Sonntag, L. F.
Stanley Home Products, Inc.
Trumble, J. L. and Son
Williams, E. J., Inc.
Advertisers AA AA
Art Club A A AA A
Attendance SquadA A A A
Auditorium Ushers A AA
Band AAAA A AA AAAA
Basketball, Junior Varsity AAAA A A
Board of Education
Boys' Gym Team AA
Class Poem AA
Class Song A AA A
Color Guard AA
Drill Team AA A
Ensembles, Music A
Faculty A A AA
Football Ushers AA
Forum of World Events
Fulmen Romanum A A AA AA
Future Teachers of America A A
German Club A
Yndex To We - Ca - Hi
Girls' Athletic League
Goal Post StaFf
Home Room Representatives
Order of Business Efficiency
Senior Activity Committee
Senior Class Play
Senior Class Ofticers
Student Council Committees
Swing Lobby Committee
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