New Kensington High School - Taleoken Yearbook (New Kensington, PA)
- Class of 1956
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The magic of television has brought personalities,
special events, and sports into your home. Via television
over the coaxial cable, the Class of 1956 of New Ken-
sington High School proudly presents the Ken High
Spectacular. This is the story of your school in four acts,
starring the faculty and you, the students. The scenes
are the classrooms and corridors of Ken Highg the time,
the school year of 1955 and 1956. So, sit back in your
easy chairs while the camera focuses on Act I, the
School Board and Faculty, which comprise the govern-
ing body of our school. The camera swings to our
Second Act, which consists of three scenes, the ethereal
minded seniors, penny pinching juniors, and wide eyed
sophomores. Don't turn your dial for now comes the
enjoyable part of the program, the Clubs, of all var-
ieties to suit every student's taste. The final Act brings
you the thrill of that 80 yard run to the goal line and
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MR. J. A. MILLER
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some trade school boys.
We, the graduating class of 1956 and all other past and present members of
New Kensington Senior High School, wish to pay tribute to Mr. J. A. Miller for
the tireless and unselfish service he has rendered to the student body and faculty
between the years 1916 and 1956. Mr. Miller, assistant principal of the High School
and director of the Vocational School, has long served as president of the Board of
Activities. Despite the great amount of time required by his many duties, he has
always aided, counseled, and remained a friend of the entire student body. Because
of his high moral standards, Mr. Miller has always set a fine example for others to
follow. His leadership and service will be greatly missed following his retirement
at the end of this term. It is with justifiable pride that we, the members of the Class
of 1956, dedicate our TALEOKEN to Mr. J. A. Miller.
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THE NEW KENSINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1956
THE TALEOKEN TABLE OF CONTENTS
TI-IE ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY . . . 10 -18
Seniors . . 24 - 4 5
Juniors . . . 46 - 5 2
Sophomores . . 54 - 61
ACTIVITIES . . . 64 - 87
Football . . . . 90 - 92
Basketball . . . . 93 - 96
Track . . . 9 7
Baseball . . . 9 8
Tennis . . 9 8
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Mr. Vaughan. Mr. Patterson. Dr. Vonderheid. Miss Mazur. Mr. Jones. Mr. Jefferson.
Mr. Keller. Mr. Gensamcr. Mr. Little
The Board of Education
lt is the members of the Board of Education who control our school system.
Their work not only includes the hnancial and economic side of school. but also
the athletic and social affairs carried on. Throughout the past year, they have worked
untiringly on the plans for our new high school, which, when finished, will be one
of the most modern and best equipped in this area. We, the Class of l956, thank
these men for providing us with the opportunity to receive the finest education
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
President ....,... MR. GARFIELD .loNias
Vice-Pn-.sidvrit MR. RALPH M. l-ll"l'LE, JR.
Treasurer . . MR. CHARLES KELLER
Superintendent MR. W. L, JEFFERSON
Secretary .... . . Miss VERONICA MAZUR
Solicitor .... . MR. FRANK W. MCKIQAN
MR. BLAIR E. GENsAM12R MR. C. H. VAUGHAN. JR.
MR. JAMES PATTERSON, JR. DR. C. G. Vownuniiizm. JR.
MR. WILLIAM L. JEFFERSON
Mr. Jefferson is the man behind the
scenes in the New Kensington School Dis-
trict. He meets monthly with the New Ken-
sington School Board and plans the best
educational program possible for the youth
of New Kensington. We, the Senior Class,
congratulate Mr. JefTerson on his capable
administrating and wish him continued suc-
cess and good fortune.
Mr. Jefferson dictates a let
ter to his secretary, Mrs. War-
Faculty and members of the
School Board enjoy the annual
Board of Activities Banquet.
MR. FRANK G. OLIVER
We, the Class of 1956, are deeply appre-
ciative to Mr. Oliver for the wise guidance
and tireless patience that he has given all of
us. Constantly striving for the betterment of
Ken High, Mr. Oliver has done a great deal
in the planning of our new high school. We
can never forget his thoughtfulness and
GUST J. BABALlS
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JOHN G. STEVENS
J. DALE APEL
C. H. WALTER
JOHN D. MATISKO
SADIE I. OWEN MARTHA E. RUSSELL WALTER SHEARER
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Mathematics, History Mathematics Mathematics
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GENEVIEVE OLMER MARGARET POTTER
M. M. BAUGHMAN
VIARY VIOLA PHILLIPS
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T. A. BURNETT JESSIE B. MOORE
United States History Social Studies
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CHRISTINE ANTONACCI RUTH FIELDS
VERONICA MAZUR MATHILDA MILAUSKAS JANE PETIT NORMA WARSING
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Senior Class of 1956
The year of 1956 has proven to be one of the busiest on record. Starting in
early August we took out our best suits and dresses and got ready to have our
pictures taken. Then as school time rolled around, we found ourselves scrambling
to order our class rings, name cards, and announcements. After that came a num-
ber of tests, including Betty Crocker, College Board Exams, and many scholarship
tests. As soon as test clouds drifted over, we found ourselves being entertained by
senior talent, a poet, and a counterespionage agent. Following this came the an-
nouncement of National Honor Society awards and the class prophecy. This was
followed by the Senior Class play, g'Time Out for Ginger", election of queen for
the All-Star Game and the election of king and queen for the Shamrock Ball.
Finally came the long awaited events-the Senior Private, the Junior-Senior Prom.
and the issuing of Taleokens. As we go to press, Baccalaureate and Commencement
are just around the corner.
ll4is.s' Bruno zlirrfcis the Choir
Larry Daniels, Pat Phillips, Lee Porzecanski, Jim Lagoon, Mr. Black, Mr. Walter
Semor Class Officers
President . A . . . JAMES LAGOON
Vice-Presidenr . A LEoPo1.Do PORZECANSRI
Sec-rerary , LARRY DANIELS
Treasurer, . , PATRICIA PHiLLiPs
Sponsors , MR. BLACK, MR. WALTER
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ACADEMIC-Cheerleaders II. IV: Leaders Club III, IV
Suzie. whose main interests include Dick, will always
remember the fun-hlled basketball and football games.
Sis likes sports and plans to attend college where she
will major in physical education.
ACADEMIC-Mixed Choir II, III. IV: College CIub: Stamp
Ray, who enjoys music and is rated as a top dancer by
many girls, plans to further his education by going to
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Chubby seems to find the world of business appealing
and thinks that business school is her future after high
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Ioy, a neat, quiet senior, is making plans to berome a
John, who has a ready smile for everyone, will go lo
work unless he decides to give the Marines first chance.
John has plans for college and engineering after he
graduates from Ken High.
DOUGLAS LEROY ASHBAUGH
Juggles, a basketball enthusiast, will head for the Navy
upon his graduation.
COMMERCIAL-Mixed Choir III, IV: Band II, III. IV: Tri-
Hi-Y IVQ Handbook Staff III: Nacional Honor Societv
Babe, whose winning manner has gained her many
friends. will be a secretary.
COMMERCIAL-Geography Club IV
Pat plans to go to work after leaving Ken High where
she has especially enjoyed sports.
GENERAL-Mixed choir II, III. IV: Tru-n.Y II, III, IV:
Devotions Committee IV
Ace, one of our most willing and active class mem-
bers, is looking forward to business school.
COMMERCIAL-Mixed Choir II, III, IV, Majorertes III. IV:
Tri-Hi-Y IV: Geography Club IV
Judy. whose singing has won her much applause.
would like to major in music in college.
ACADEMIC-Dramatic Club III, IV: Future Nurses IV: Leaders
Barb will always be remembered as Emily in "Our
GENERAL-Band II. III. IVg Assembly Staff II. III, IV
Bob loves to hunt and fish in his spare time.
COMMERCIAL-Attendance Staff III, IV: Camera Club II. III
Lois, a future secretary. enjoys working in the office.
Dick, a tall blond, reports to 201 when he is not
attending Trade School.
Peanuts plans to get a job at the Aluminum Company
COMMERCIAL-Track II: Band II, III, IV: Assembly Staff
III, IV: Camera Club II: Hi-Y III, IV: Monitors III, IV
Twerp will go into the service when he graduates.
COMMERCIAL-junior Town Meeting II: Mixed Choir II, III.
IV: Majorettes III, IV: National Honor Society
Joanie, a high stepper, plans to be married after gradu-
ACADEMIC-Handbook Staff II, III: Future Nurses II: Camera
Club II, III: Leaders Club III, IV: College Club: Taleol-:en
Staff IV: National Honor Society
This very active senior plans to study physical therapy.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Tike, a tall blonde. will attend business school after
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Ha.Y II: Camera Club 11. III
The hobbies of this future secretary are swimming,
skating, and tennis.
COMMERCIAL-Leaders Club III, IV: Camera Club IV: Com-
mercial Club IV: Girls Chorus II
Nancy would like a secretarial job after graduation.
ACADEMIC-Mixed choir II. 111. IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, 111, iv,
Taleoken Staff IV: College Club: Girls Chorus I'I: National Honor
Regina, a future college freshman, enjoys music very
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y III:
Camera Club II
Al, or Little One. likes marching for the Firemen's
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Girls Chorus III: D.E. Club
IV: Camera Club II
Lorry, a fun-loving girl, is always smiling.
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV: Camera Club II: Tri-
Hi-Y III, IV: Girls Chorus III
Phyllis, a friendly senior, plans to become a secretary.
ACADEMIC-Assembly Staff II, III, IV
Saul is quiet in school but loads of fun outside.
Activities outside of school take up this good-looking
Trade School senior's time.
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y IV: Handbook
This future secretary enjoys sports and is fun to be
BENN, L. BENTLEJEWSKI
COMMERCIAL-Band II. III, IV: Mixed Choir IV: Dance Band
II. III, IV: Dixieland Band III, IV
Hiney, a popular drummer, is president of the Dance
Shorty, a blond Romeo, has a way with the girls.
ACADEMIC-Camera Club II: Mixed Choir II, III. IV: Major-
ettes III, IV: Girls Chorus II, III: Dramatic Club IV: Taleoken
Staff IV: Future Teachers III. IV: College Club: Red Cross
Council II: National Honor Soclety
Phyl, a very active girl, is secretary of the Choir.
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y IV: Science Club IV: Geography Club IV:
College Club: Camera Club II. III, IV
Howdy likes sports and hopes to be a chemist.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV: Camera Club II
Irene, a friendly, quiet girl, likes popular music.
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y II, III: Bank Staff III, IV: Taleoken
Stal? IV: Commercial Club IV: National Honor Society
Mary, a quiet but active girl, is president of the Com-
DIS'QllBU'I'IVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV: German Club
Bo drives the Silvermnn's Drug Store car in his work-
GENERAL-Basketball II: Monitors III: Hi-Y IV: Geography
Joe, who enjoys all sports, is undecided about college.
COMMERCIAL-Band II, III, IV: Choir III. IV: Tri-Hi-Y
II, III, IV
.loanie is taking the beauty operators' course after
VOCATIONAL-Football II: Camera Club III: Assembly Staff
III. IV: I-Ii-Y IV
Bowse, who enjoys working with trains, plans to work
at the Aluminum Company.
ERNEST J. BOZICH
GENERAL--Boys Chonxs III: Monitors III, IV: Hi-Y II, III. IV:
Camera Club II, III
Ernie. a likable chap, was the treasurer of the Monitors
his senior year.
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y IV: Commercial Club IV
Von always has a smile for everyone.
J AN ICE BRAZER
GENERAL-Geography Club III. IV: Future Teachers III. IV:
Tri-Hi-Y II, III: College Club
Jan is one of the Geography Club's hardest workers.
VOCATIONAL-Basketball 111. IV
Big Shorty, one of the Trade School boys, will always
be remembered for his play on the basketball court.
GENERAL-Baskerball'II. III. 1V
Roger, one of our basketball stars, always has a
friendly smile for everyone.
BROWN, K. BROWN, M.
BARBARA ANN BROWN
COMMERCIAL-Bank Staff III, IV, Taleoken Staff IV: Com-
mercial Club III, IV: Camera Club III, IVg F.H.A. II
Barby, a friendly, quiet senior, will uphold the honor
of Ken Hi in the business world.
DISTQBUTIVE EDUCATION-Mixed Choir II. III. IV, D.E.
Kayce Horowitz, a D. E. student, will always remem-
ber the Mixed Choir.
Margie, a quiet miss, was a newcomer to Ken Hi
her senior year.
ACADEMIC-Basketball Manager II, III: Boys Chorus III:
Monitors III: I-Ii-Y II, III, IV, College Club
Speedy pals around with Roger and Ernie and always
has a cheery hello for all.
ACADEVIIC-Band II, III, IVQ Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Future
Nurses III, IV
Syl, a pleasant senior, is a loyal Ken Hi fan.
JOHN R. BURIN
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y II, III, IV: College Club: National Honor
John will never forget the home room basketball
tournament. He hopes to go to St. Vincent's after
ACADEMIC-Football III, IV: Geography Club III. IV:
Monitors III, IV
Cal will never forget .Mr. Fletcher and the football
Don, the proud winner of the Kozikowski Award, is
very much interested in sports.
Bob's plans for the future are uncertain. He reports
to Room 209.
GREGORY L. CEBULA
GENERAL-Choir: Band: Assembly Staff: Monitors: College Club
Greg plans to attend college in the fall.
SALLY JANE CHANEY
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus: Leaders Clubg Tri-Hi-Y
Sally plans to do secretarial work next year.
Chick's future is uncertain.
ACADEMIC-Taleoken Staff: Tri-Hi-Y: Leaders Club, Future
Teachers: College Club, National Honor Society
After graduation Adela plans to be a school teacher.
GENERAL-Bandg Choir, Dance Band: College Club
College is in GIenn's future.
Ernie hangs his hat in Room 209. His future is un-
Na, who has fond memories of Ken Hi, plans to enter
the clerical field after graduation.
ACADEMIC-Track Team: Key Club: Monitors: Taleolcen Staff:
Kenronian Staff: National Honor Society
Rol, one of Ken Hi's most popular students, is col-
Vi can usually be found at C lara's.
THOMAS ROBERT CONNOR
ACADEMIC-College Club: Hi-Y: Science Club: National Honor
Herk's interests are hunting and fishing.
ACADEMIC-Track Team Manager II: Choir III, IV: Camera
Club II, III: Stamp Club II
Merv was top salesman for the junior magazine sale.
Tim reports to Room 209 and is usually seen with
George and Richard.
COIVllVlERCIAL1Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Commercial Club IV: Red
Cross III, IV: Girls Chorus III: National Honor Society
Rose is a quiet, popular senior in Room 209.
ACADEMIC-Basketball II: Choir IV: Geography Club II:
Hi-Y II, III, IV: Monitors III, IV: Secretary of the Class of '56
Larry D, a popular senior, will always remember the
ACADEMIC-Baseball III, IV: Choir III, IV: College Club:
German Club II, III, IV
Dick is active in sports and music.
COMMERCIAL-Clmoir III: F.H.A. III: Geography Club III
Rit is a friendly member of the senior class, pretty
BARBARA DE CECCO
Barbara is one of the nicest and quietest girls in
JOAN DE SANTO
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes III, IV: National Honor Society
Joan is a peppy majorette whose hobby is dancing.
ACADEMIC-Football II: Geography Club III: Art Club IVQ
Red Cross Council III, IV: I-Ii-Y IV
Diablo is everybody's friend.
RITA DI FONZO
ACADEMIC-Girls Chorus II: Camera Club II: Future Teachers
III: F.H.A. IV: Geography Club IV
Rita is active in club work at Ken Hi.
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV
Sal, a friendly senior, is often seen with Sally, Donna,
COMMERCIAL-Girls Choms III: Band IV: Tri-I-Ii-Y II, III, IV
Janet is a cheerful senior aiming for an ofjice position.
GENERAL-Band II, III, IV: Choir II, III, IV: Dixieland Band
II III, IV: Dance Band III, IV: Monitors III, IV
E1ephant's main interest lies in music.
ACADEMIC-Choir II, III, IV: Majorettes IV: Leaders Club III.
IV: Future Nurses III, IV
Audrey is a friendly senior with a pleasing personality.
ACADEMIC-Gioir II, III, IV: Band II, III, IV: Future Nurses
IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III
Evey, a red head. is a future nurse.
GENERAL-Choir III, IV: Dramatic Club III, IV
Al, an artist and a poet, has a smile for everyone.
ACADEMIC-Cross Country II: Band II, III: Dance Band IV:
Dixieland Band IV: College Club: Hi-Y II
Lizzard, a friendly senior, plays a cool sax.
COMMERCIAL,-Commercial Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y IV
Shirl's interest lies in roller-skating and square danc-
GENERAL-Band II: Hi-Y IV: Geography Club III
Smoky .spends all of his spare time with Martha.
Sonny, from 203, is an avid hunter and fisherman.
Larry, a handsome mechanic, drives a blue Ford.
Jan is often seen with Darlene. Her main interest is
u Trade School boy.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Dick, with his good looks, draws many customers
Johnny hunts. fishes, and junks cars.
COMMERCIAL-Band II, III, IV: Attendance Staff IV: Tri-Hi-Y
II, III, IV: Geography Club IV: Taleoken Staff IV: Red Cross
II: Bank Staff IV
Carol, a friendly senior, does cheerfully any task
asked of her.
ACADEMIC-Band II: Choir II: Hi-Y III: German Club II:
Science Club III. IV: Kentonian Staff III, IV
Fuzzy, the hard-working editor of the Kentonian,
will always remember Band camp.
DOROCIAK DURBOROW EDWARDS
ELDER ELIAS ENGLER
EVANS FAITH FARN ETH
FEBBRAIO FERRI FISCUS
FISHER FORBES FREDERICK
ACADEMIC-Girls Chorus II, III: Future Nurses II. III, IV:
Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Geography Club IV: Red Cross Council IV:
F.H.A. III: National Honor Society
Jeanne is much interested in nursing.
ACADEMIC-Tennis II. III, IV: Choir II, III, IV: Key Club
II. III, IV: Kentonian Staff IV: Devotions IV: Handbook Staff
II, III: National Honor Society
Gens, a taxidermist who watches birds, would like
to become a dentist.
BETTY LOU GIBSON
ACADEMIC-Girls Chorus II: Tri-I-Ii-Y II. III, IV: F.H.A. IV
Betty Lou enjoys writing to her boy friend: her future
GENERAL-Track III, IV: Assembly Staff II, III, IV: Dramatic
Goch scored a hit in "Our Town."
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y II. III, IV: Bank Staff III: Taleoken
Dolly, a likable senior, is always laughing.
ACADEMIC-Football III, IV: College Club
Chest, a husky fellow, is well liked by his classmates.
GENERAL-National Honor Society
Gary, one of the 203 boys, is one of the quieter and
more serious seniors.
ELLA MAE GRAYSON
GENERAL-Nurses Club II, III: Tri-Hi4Y IV
The plans of this quiet senior include a career in
GENERAL--Basketball II. IV: Choir III
Green may he small, but he is very powerful on the
MARY LOU ISE GREGORY
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus III: Tri-Hi4Y II, III. IV: Com-
mercial Club IV: Kentonian Staff IV
Mary Lou, a coming secretary, attena's all the dances.
She also likes to draw.
GENERAL---German Club IV: College Club: National Honor
Dick, a quiet senior, is always seen with his brother.
GENERAL-German Club IV: College Club
Tom, the other twin, is one of Miss Walker's boys.
JOYCE A. GROW
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus II, III: Commercial Club IV:
Tri-Hi-Y II. III. IV: National Honor Society
A popular, quiet senior, Joyce is usually standing near
GENERAL-Geography Club IV
This likable senior enjoys geography and writing
VOCATIONAL-Band II, III, IV
This Trade School senior will always remember Band.
GROSS, T. GROSS, R.
HARMON I-IARTGE HECKER, D.
HECKER, W. HEGEDUS HEISE
HEISTER HERRINGTON HESS
HILLIARD HINES HOAK
HOBAUGH HOCKENBERRY HOGG
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Shorty, a quiet senior, is not .seen around too much
as she works half a day.
ACADEMIC-Bank II, III, IV, Dance Band III, IV, Key Club
II, III, IV, College Club
Keith will always remember the good times in Band.
Don likes to talk about his many adventures at shop.
Willie, happy-go-lucky, has not decided upon his
COMMERCAL-Tri-Hi-Y II, Camera Club II, III, IV
Bertha is a very ambitious girl, quiet, demure, and
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes III, IV: Commercial Club III, IV,
Girls Chorus II, III, Bank Staff III: Kentonian Staff IV, Taleoken
Staff IV, Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: National Honor Society
Friendly Peg, a clever head majorette, wears a Plum
MAUREEN PATRICIA HEISTER
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Attendance Staff III:
Band IV, Red Cross Council IV
Maureen, an attractive red head, is always ready with
a smile and a cheerful word.
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y II, IV
Mary, petite, mischievous, and giggling, is fond of fun.
Pat, from 210, is quiet but she has a nice smile.
Red is always ready with a big smile. He's quiet but
SEIHERAL-Geography Club IV, Football II. III, IV, Basketball
Joe, an all-around sportsman, is popular with all who
Mark, a hard-working chap, is quiet but always ready
with a smile, very easy-going.
Ho is not very talkative, but he's sincere about every-
PATRICIA JEAN HOCKENBERRY
ACADEMIC-Camera Club III, IV, Tri4Hi-Y II, Girls Chorus
2, Cql?5e Club, F.H.A. IV, Dramatic Club IV, Red Cross
Pat, who is quite active in school, has a sunny dis-
ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y III, IV, Camera Club III: Art Club III.
IV, Leaders Club IV, Junior Town Meeting IV, Devotions Com-
mittee IV, Science Club IV, College Club, Taleoken Staff IV,
Kentonian Staff IV, National Honor Society
Charlotte is talented in art and is very active in club
fond of fun.
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J ONES KAFOREY
GENERAL-Band II, III, IV, Assembly Staff III, IV
Bob is quiet, but popular. He toots a horn in the
COMMERCIAL-Camera Club II, Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV, Com-
mercial Club IV
Janice goes to all the games with Phil, Norma, and
Darlene is an attractive girl with a peaches and cream
ACADEMIC-Girls Chorus II, III, Future Nurses II, III, IV
Martha is sincere, friendly, quiet, and loyal.
Joe is slow moving but fast with clever remarks, has
a dry sense of humor, takes things just as they come.
ACADEMIC-Football II, III, IV, Basketball II, III, Geography
Club III, IV, Class Secretary III
Bum is a popular athlete, frequently a star.
CAROL JEAN HOWIESON
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus III, Tri-Hi-Y II, III. xv, com.
mercial Club IV
Jeanie has unusually pretty brown eyes,' she's friendly
ACADEMIC-Choir IV, Future Teachers III, IV, Hi-Y III, Col-
Hajji Baba is devilish and popular, naughty but nice,
GENERAL-Tri-Hi-Y III, IV, F.H.A. IV
Jan is the blonde spark plug from 210 with the gift
of gab, a real live wire.
ACADEMIC-Key Club II, III, IV, junior Red Cross III, IV,
Ron has a reserved personality and a rare sense of
Where did Slim get that blond wavy hair?
Bill is big and strong with a weakness for turtlenecks.
COMMERCIAL--Girls Choir III: Commercial Club IV, Ken-
tonian Staff IV, Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV
Bonnie reports to 210.
ACADEMIC-Baseball III, Basketball II, Monitors II, III,
Nippy is easy-going and friendly.
GENERAL-Band II, III, IV, Dance Band III, IV, Dixieland
Band IV, Choir IV
Emil expects to attend college.
Myron is undecided whether to become a machinist
or join the Navy.
ROBERT W. KEIBLER
Governoris' future goal is college.
COMMERCIAL-Girls Choir II: Commercial Club IV: Taleoken
Stall' IV, Tri-Hi-Y II, III. IV
Kiro, a pretty blonde, expects to become a secretary.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Choir 11, III: Assembly staff
II: Monitors II
Tom is counting on joining the Air Force after grad-
Wade, who reports to 211, is uncertain about his plans
for next year.
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y IVg College Club
Don is a good looking chap who wants to go to
PAUL T. KLINE
ACADEMIC-Hi Y: Science Club, Geography Club: Camera Club
Paul likes his section room which is 211.
Clair, a quiet, friendly fellow, plays the guitar.
JESSIE MAY KNOSKY
Toni is ambitious to become a laboratory technician.
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus II, Camera Club II, III: Com-
gnercial Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y II3 Bank Staff III, IV, National Honor
Margie is looking forward to a job as a secretary.
PATRICIA A. KOWALESKI
Patsy, a friendly senior, is always seen with Dolly.
ACADEMIC-Choir II, 111, IV, stamp cxub
Bernie will never forget the good times he had sing-
ing in French class.
Dot belongs to Room 211 and is always good for a
Bino likes all his pals in 211.
GENERAL-Arr Club III, IV
Bra, a friendly senior, is always joking with someone.
JUNE ELAINE KUNES
COMMERCIAL-Girls Choir III: Commercial Club IV: Tri-Hi4Y
II, III. IVQ Kentonian Staff
Junie hopes to become a secretary after graduation.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Monitors: D.E. Club
Ron. a quiet senior, is from Room 211.
J AMES LAGOON
ACADEMIC-Choir II, III, IVg Band II. III, IV, Dance Band
IVg Dixieland Band II, III, IV, Board of Activities II, III, IV:
National Honor Socieryg Class President III. IV
Grapesqueezer will always remember his gooa' times
at Ken Hi.
ACADEMIC-Baseball II, III, IVQ Choir II, III, IV
Bob is well remembered for his baseball skill.
JOHN THOMAS LAMONT
Goose plays basketball for Trade School.
Ev is always seen with Bertha.
ACADEMIC-Choir III, IV: Future Nurses: Art Service Club
Sandy, a pretty blonde, just loves those kilty skirts.
Tootsie is a etite and very uiet irl who has a
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Den, a friendly and very lively senior, always seems
to be having fun.
RONALD WAYNE LESSIG
ACADEMIC-Band II, III, IV, Dance Band III. IVg Stamp Club
II, III, Science Club IV, College Club
Les, a quiet senior, enjoys collecting stamps as a
ACADEMIC-Choir IV, National Honor Society: Leaders Club
Nanc is a pert brunette who wins many friends with
her charming personality.
GENERAL-Football II, III, IV: Baskezball II, III, IV
Don, a popular figure at Ken Hi, has been an active
participant in sports.
Lingie, as she is known to all her friends, is a very
sweet and quiet girl.
Bill enjoys hunting and will probably go into the serv-
ice after graduation.
Loc, a popular and very friendly senior, always has
a clever comeback.
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Lou likes drawing, painting, and woodworking. He
would like to receive an apprenticeship, then go to
college for engineering.
Connie, a clever and peppy senior, enjoys volley ball
and swimming as her hobbies.
VOCATIONAL-National Honor Society
Junior, a friendly but very quiet senior, enjoys playing
the piano in his spare time.
LOUISE SIMONE MANDAK
ACADEMIC-Choir II, III, IV: German Club IV: Class Presi-
dent II: National Honor Society
Louise expects to go to college to study languages.
ACADEMIC-German Club II, III. IV: Tri-Hi-Y II. III. IV:
Taleoken Staff IV: College Club: National Honor Society
Janie, quiet and reserved, is headed for Thiel College
and a future of elementary teaching.
DONALD E. MAPPIN
ACADEMIC-Choir II, III. IV: Key Club II: Geography Club IV
Map. everybody's pal, sees a future in the Air Force.
ACADEMIC--Tri-Hi-Y II, III. IV: College Club: Taleoken
Stal? IV: Leaders Club IV
Marie, with a warm smile and cheery word for everv-
one, looks forward to college.
GENERAL-Monitors IV: Camera Club III, IV: Science Club IV
John, friendly and ambitious, expects to major in
science in college.
J OANNE MASSI
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y III: Commercial Club IV: Red Cross
Jo is a sparkling personality, who is a prospective
NORMA JEAN MASTERS
ACADEMIC-College Club: F.H.A. IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV
Norma. with her pleasing smile, is going to college
to study elementary teaching.
VOCATIONAL-Assembly Staff II. IV: Art Club IV: Red Cross
II. III, IV
Clair is ambitious to be a draftsman.
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y III: National
Honor Society: Kentonian Staff IV
Barb is an excellent typist and future secretary.
ACADEMIC-National Honor Society
Mack expects to attend Carnegie Tech and study
Dick, a cheerful senior front 212, is a sports enthus-
SHELLY K. MCCOLLUM
ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: F.H.A. IV: Geography
Shelly has been accepted at Indiana State Teachers
College to study elementary teaching.
MCCOY MCCULLOUGH MCCUTCHEON
MCDOWELL MCGREGOR MCJUNKIN
MCKALLIP MCKELVEY MCKILLOP
IVICKINLEY MCQUAIDE MEANOR
MEDLEY MEISNER MENTECKY
PATRICIA L. MCCOY
ACADEMIC-Tri-I-Ii-Y IV: F.H.A. IV: College Club
Pat is a petite blonde with a friendly .smile who
expects to go to college.
FLORENCE IRENE MCCULLOUGH
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Tri-Hi-Y IV: D.E. Club
Irene, quiet but friendly, has added matrimony to
DOROTHY MAE MCCUTCHEON
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y IV: Commercial Club IV: Kentonian
Dotty, a coming secretary, is a quiet little girl who
is always typing for someone.
Kosher, who has a crazy laugh, expects to go to
VOCATIONAL-Assembly Staff IV: Art Club IV
Woody, a Trade School boy, hopes for good job. He's
lots of fun.
GENERAL-Hi-Y IV: Monitors IV
Mac. from 212, has a blond crewcut, is always
COMMERCIAL-Tri-I-Ii-Y IV: Geography Club IV
Eilleen. who is friendly and quiet, will make an ex-
Chuck has enjoyed his courses in Trade School.
l THOMAS MCKILLOP
GENERAL--Baseball II, III, IV: Geography Club IV
Tom, smiling. friendly, and nice, usually drives a
Tom, an ardent pianist and Dixieland Band member,
hopes to attend college.
Gerry, with her friendly smile. expects to become a
MARGARET ELIZABETH MEANOR
COMMERCIAL-Choir II: Kentonian Staff II: Tri-Hi-Y III:
Commercial Club IV
Peggy, a friendly, quiet red head, will do secretarial
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Senior Tri-Hi-Y: D.E. Club
This attractive senior is an active member of the
Tri-Hi-Y and the capable president of the D.E. Club.
Mouse is seen with his friend Andy driving around
town almost any evening.
COMMERCIAL-Tri4Hi-Y: National Honor Society: Handbook
Staff: Commercial Club: Taleoken Staff: Bank Staff
Phil is a hard worker on the Bank Staff, Her future
plans include being a secretary.
ACADEMIC---Choir IV: Hi-Y IV
Dick will always remember his good times at Ken Hi
and his many friends.
GENERAL-F. H. A. II
Barb's future plans include being a housewife for
which she has prepared by belonging to the Future
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATIGN-D.E. Club
Bib, one of our D.E. students, hangs his coat in
GENERAL--Art Club: Hi-Y: Geography Club
Moonhead, as he is known to his friends, enjoys al-
most any sport. His plans for the future are uncertain.
BARBARA JEAN MITCHELL
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club
Mitch always has a ready smile for her many friends.
BETTY MARIE MONTGOMERY
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club
Though Monty works in the afternoons, she still
attends Ken Hi and visits her friends in the mornings.
GENERAL-Science Club III, IV
Hunting and fishing trips take up most of Jack's time
when he isn't busy with school work.
ACADEMIC-Choir II. III, IV: Dramatic Club: junior Town
Meeting: Key Club: Assembly Staff: Handbook Staff: National
This active senior helps to make the Dramatic Club
plays a success by his effective management of the
ACADEMIC-Key Club II, III, IV: Dramatic Club II, III:
Monitors III, IV: Choir II, III, IV
Rog can always be seen faithfully watching his corner
in the main hall with a friendly smile for everyone.
MARY JANE MUDER
ACADEMIC-Future Nurses II, III, IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV:
German Club IV
Mary lane's smile and personality will long shine in
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus II: Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Taleoken
Staff IV: F.H.A. IV: Commercial Club IV: National Honor Society
Judy is a happy senior whose chief interest is Don.
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus II. III: Commercial Club III, IV:
Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: F.H.A. II: College Club
Marsh, a quiet senior, hopes to become a secretary.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club
Art is a friendly little senior who hangs his hat in 213.
ACADEMIC-College Club: Key Club
Nad is an active senior who enjoys weight lifting.
Joe enjoys hunting, fishing, and working with cars.
ACADEMIC-Majorettes IV: College Club: Geography Club
IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: F.I-I.A. IV: Future Nurses III, IV
Carol, a pretty blonde majorette, is anticipating col-
GENERAL-Band II, III, IV
Nick will be remembered for his fine job as drum
COMMERCIAL-Bank Staff III: Tri-Hi-Y: Librarian: Commercial
Clubg Red Cross Council
Janet is an active senior who hopes to become a
Omaha spends much of his spare time bowling and
PATRICIA JEAN ORLOWSKI
ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y: Taleoken Staff IV
This attractive senior enjoys swimming.
ACADEMIC-Majorettes II, III: Camera Club III: Girls Chorus
II, Future Nurses II, III, IV
Tina is full of fun and hopes to become a nurse.
BARBARA JEAN PARKHILL
COMMERCIAL-Majorerres II, III, IV: Mixed Choir II. III,
IV: Tri-I-Ii-Y II, III, IV
Barb is a peppy senior whose interest includes mainly
Ray is found with a sly little grin on his face. He
likes hunting and fishing.
ALYCE L. PATTERSON
ACADEMIC-Mixed Choir IV: Girls Chorus II, III: Future
Nurses: Geography Club: Dramatic Club IV: Leaders Club
Better known as Talky, Alyce is an active gal known
KATHERINE JEAN PATTERSON
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes II, III, IV: Bank Staff III, IV:
Commercial Club III, IV: Taleoken Staff IV: Kentonian IV:
Dramatic Club IV: Girls Chorus II: National Honor Society
Kathy, our head majorette, is a gal with a winning
Butch enjoys riding motorcycles, hunting, and skating.
He likes the song "Black Denim Trousers".
COMMERCIAL-Taleoken Staff IV: Commercial Club III, IV:
College Club: Girls Chorus II. III
This pert senior, who claims dancing as her hobby,
hopes to attend Indiana State Teachers College in
S?lNilXlN:lERCIAL-Commercial Club: Library Staff: Bank Staff
This attractive brunette likes swimming, dancing,
and listening to popular records.
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes IV: College Club: Tri-I-li-Y IV:
A lively majorette, Gail's interests include Penn State
ACADEMIC-Band II, III, IV: Dramatic Club IV: Tri-Hi-Y:
College Club: Mixed Choir III. IV
Dar is almost always in a hurry. She greets everyone
with a friendly "Hi."
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PATTERSON, K. PAULI PAVLIK
PAWLUK PETTERS PHILLIPS, D.
COMMERCIAL-Class Treasurer II. III. IV: Cheerleaders II.
III. IV: Board of Activities II, III. IV: Leaders Club III. IV:
Geography Club IV: Tri-I-Ii-Y II. III, IV
Pat is a popular senior who has been very active in
Margie, a blonde, likes especially to swim and skate
and listen to popular records.
ACADEMIC-Band II, III. IV: Mixed Choir III, IV: German
Club III. IV: Kentonian Staff IV
Bill is a very friendly, active senior who likes music
This friendly senior is from 213. Amly's main interest
COMMERCIAL-Majoretres II, III, IV: Choir II, III. IV:
This attractive mnforette l1ll.Y a smile for everyone.
Chi Chi is the reigning Miss Poland.
Johnny's time is taken up playing golf. He also likes
to listen to "Rhythm and Blues."
ACADEMIC-Class Vice-President IV: junior Town Meeting IV:
Camera Club IV: Science Club IV: Band IV
Lee is our popular foreign student from Uruguay.
He has done a wonderful job as our vice-president.
VOCATIONAL-Assembly Staff III. IV
Ron, a student from 213, is a member of the Assem-
bly Staff. He can always be seen with Dot.
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes III, IV: Commercial Club IV: Tri-
Hi-Y: Art Club III, IV: F.H.A. IV
This petite miss is active in the Majorettes and the
Art Club. .lan really keeps the mailman busy with
her letters to Jupe.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Suify, as she is called by her friends, is in Miss
COMMERCIAL-Mixed Choir II, III. IV
This pert senior has a friendly smile and a "Hi"
This friendly senior from 214 can be seen driving
around town in his Ford.
ACADEMIC-Taleoken Staff IV: F.T.A. IV: College Club: Tri-
II, III: Science Club IV: Camera Club III: National Honor
Randy, who always makes the honor roll, is one of
the nicest girls in Ken High.
Dolly is a quiet senior from 214. She hopes to be a
secretary when she graduates.
J EANNE REEVES
ACADEMIC-Mixed Choir II, III. IV: Taleoken Staff IV: Hand-
book Staff II, III, IV: Dramatic Club IV: College Club: National
This bright miss is n loyal Ken High fan. Jeannie
plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh after
ACADEMIC-Baseball II, III, IV: Basketball II: Hi-Y III, IV
Johnnie is a friendly, popular senior who has helped
keep our class full of fun.
JOHN RICHARD REIMER
ACADEMIC-Track II: Monitors III, IV
lack, a good-looking member of the class, enjoys
ACADEMIC-Taleoken Staff IV: College Club: Camera Club
II, III. IV: Science Club III, IV
Don is an amateur photographer who snaps pictures
at games and assemblies.
ACADEMIC-Junior Town Meeting IV: College Club: F.'I'.A.
IV: Taleoken Staff IV
Intelligent Ed is looking forward to a career in
ACADEMIC-Basketball 11, III, IV: Key Club 11, III. IV:
College Club: Class Vice-President II
Tom, a member of our varsity basketball team. is a
welcome addition to the class.
GENERAL-Mixed Choir II. III. IV: Band IV: Junior Town
Meeting II: Key Club II, III, IV: Devotions III, IV: Dramatic
Club III, IV
Clint plays a French horn and has a baritone voice,
The De Molay takes up much of this senior's time.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Geography Club II
Judy is a short, dark-haired senior who is making
a success in the business world.
ACADEMIC-Baseball II. III, IV: Hi-Y IV
Bill, a future elementary school teacher, .spends most
of his spare time playing baseball and fshing.
GENERAL-Tri-I-Ii-Y II, III, IV: Future Nurses III
This little girl, Bev, looks forward to a happy future
COMMERCIAL-F.I'I.A. III: Commercial Club IV
Morton, a dark-haired future secretary with her
happy smile, is popular with her classmates.
ACADEMIC1Junior Town Meeting II, III, IV: College Club:
Taleoken Staff IV: National Honor Society
Politics and world affairs are the main interests of
Jack for whom we predict great success as a lawyer.
GENERAL-Band II, III, IV
A car enthusiast, Dino is always ready for a good
Rich, a cheerful senior, is an avid sports fan.
GENERAL-Tri-Hi-Y III: College Club
Nancy, a clever senior, is often seen with George.
COMMERCIAL-Red Cross IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV
This cheerful senior is often seen with Dolly.
COMMERCIAL-Tri-I-li-Y II, IV
Known to be witty, Mare is found with Judy and
GENERAL-Geography Club IV
Scotty, a good-looking senior, is well liked by all.
ACADEMIC-Choir IV: National Honor Society, Cheerleader,
Leaders Club, Dramatic Club, College Club
Lois is an active senior who has red hair.
ACADEMIC-junior Town Meeting, National Honor Society,
Key Club: Kentonian Staff, Devotions Committee, College Club,
John was in "Our Town."
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Geography II
Barb is completing her D.E. course by working at
Trade school ana' training for a fob keep Geno very
ACADEMIC-Science Club III. IV, Camera Club II, III, IV,
Jim is an active senior who enjoys photography.
Richard's interests lie in driving and Trade School.
VOCATIONAL-Band II, III, IV, Dance Band IV
Ron's interests lie in music and Trade School.
COMMERCIAL-Geography Club IV, Tri.:-n.Y IV
Carol reports to 214 every morning. She is often seen
Simonize, who is everyone's buddy, plans to enter
the Navy after graduation.
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ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y IV, Leaders Club IV, Science Club IV
Our happy wanderer of the Appalachian Trail, Sally,
enjoys all sports.
VICTORIA ROSE SKOHUT
Petite and friendly, Vicki is happy with all her friends
RONALD LEE SLIFKA
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y III. IV, Assembly Staff IV, Science Club IV,
Choir III, IV, German Club II, Vice-President of the junior Class
Ron, a popular senior, is always the life of the party.
CAROL LYNNE SMITH
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus III, Commercial Club IV, Tri-
Hi-Y II, IV
With her dark hair and infectious smile, Carol will
be an asset to the business world.
SAN NER SCOTT
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COMMERCIAL-Mixed Choir III. IV: Band II, III: Senior
This pert senior, Janet, plays the clarinet in the Band
and sings in the Choir.
WILLIAM J. SMITH
Smitty, who belongs in Mr. Walter's room, is destined
for a career in the armed forces.
LOIS ANN SMOUSE
COMMERCIAL-Band II, III, IV: Mixed Choir III. IV:
Senior Tri-Hi-Y: Geography Club IV
A pretty senior, Lois has made many friends at Ken
COMMERCIAL-Tri-Hi-Y II, III, IV: Geography Club IV
Marie, often seen with Pat and Janice, would like
to become somebody's secretary.
ACADEMIC-Junior Town Meeting II, III. IV: Kentonian Staff
IV: Science Club IV: College Club: German Club IV: Taleoken
Staff IV: Tri-Hi-Y II, III: Leaders Club IV: Camera Club II.
III: National Honor Society
Pat, one of the most active members of this year's
class, will attend Seton Hill College.
ACADEMIC-German Club III, IV: Science Club IV: College
Club: National Honor Society
John, fond of math and science, is bound for an
RISTXRIBUTIVE EDUCATION- D.E. Club IV: Majoretzes
Elaine, another one of our fine majorettes, likes to
dance and tint her hair.
COIVIIVIERCIAL-Senior Tri-Hi-Y: Commercial Club IV
Jude, who is always with Mare and Sweeney, hopes
to become a secretary.
PISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION--Majorettes III, IV: D.E. Club
Babs, a tall blonde majorette, is vice-president of
the D.E. Club.
This quiet little .senior lists swimming, skating, and
marching as her hobbies.
EVELYN ANN STEWART
COMMERCIAL-Geography Club IV: Commercial Club IV:
Evie, as her friends call her, is a quiet senior who
calls Ken High her home.
ACADEMIC-Key Club II. III, IV: Monitors III, IV
Dave, a product of Parnassus, directs traffic at the top
of the stairs.
PHYLLIS ANN STITT
ACADEMIC-Majorettes II, III, IV: Tri-Hi-Y III: Future
Nurses II: F.H.A.: Dramatic Club IV
Phyl, a smart and active senior, is usually with Pat.
VOCATIONAL-Assembly Staff III, IV: Art Club IV
George hopes to find a job in industry after grad-
Bob is a mild-mnnnered senior who enjoys hunting.
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Sween is a vivacious and amiable senior from 315.
' MARION TAKOSKY
ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y II, IV: Geography Club IV: College
Club: Art Club IV
Marion, who enjoys swimming and music, plans to
GENERAL-Mixed Choir III, IV: Girls Chorus II, III: Tri-Hi-Y
II, III. IV: Leaders Club III, IV: Future Teachers IV: College
Jan is a pert senior who has many interests, includ-
Syl hopes to have a job doing clerical work after
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-D.E. Club IV
Letter writing and popular music are Dolly's special
ACADEMIC-Cheerleaders II. III, IV: Leaders Club II: Future
Nurses II, III, IV: Geography Club IV: College Club
Pat hopes to attend college after graduation.
Bob enjoys hunting and nshing.
ROSE MARIE TRINCIANTE
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes II, III, IV: Choir II, III, IV
Dolly, friendly with Pat and Barb, is another one of
our snappy majorettes. She is also a top singer in
Miss Bruno's Mixed Choir.
QENERAL-Cross Country III, IV: HLY
Turk is especially interested in sports.
ACADEMIC-Assembly Staff III, IV: Science Club IV: National
The Navy comes after graduation for Smokey, tall
GENERAL-Tri-Hi-Y II. IV
Barbara. always smiling, will never forget health
ACADEMIC-Monitors: College Club
Mot, a tall, good-looking senior, has plans to atteml
St. Vincent's College after graduation.
BARBARA LEE TROFKA
GENERAL-Leaders Club III, IV: Tri'Hi-Y II, III: Geography
Club IV: Attendance Staff II, III
Trof is an attractive senior who is very active and
COMMERCIAL-Bank Staff III, IV: Kentonian Staff IV: Leaders
Club III, IV: Commercial Club IV: National Honor Society
Cal is energetic and always lots of fun.
MARY JANE TYLINSKI
ACADEMIC-Tri-Hi-Y: Future Nurses Club: Leaders Club
Janie's one ambition is to enter Citizens General Hos-
pital in the fall.
ACADEMIC-Geography Club, Future Nurses Club
Citizens General Hospital will claim this quiet senior
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y, College Club
The University of Michigan hopes to enroll Snort
in the fall of 1956.
ACADEMIC-Hi-Y: College Club
V0gie's plans for next year include attending Slippery
Rock State Teachers College.
CARRIE ANN WADDELL
ACADEMIC-Choir II, III, IV, Future Nurses Club
Carrie is one of our pretty seniors who will enter
nurses training in the fall.
GENERALiTrack II, III, Cross Country III, Assembly Staff
Butch is interested in mechanics. He has had good
training in audio-visual work.
COMMERCIAL-Leaders Club, Bank Staff, Commercial Club
Pat, a blonde-haired senior, has plans for a secre-
tarial position after graduation.
ACADEMIC-Mixed Choir, National Honor Society, Dramatic
Club III, IV, Devotions Committee III. IV, Kentonian Staff IV,
Handbook Stall II, III. IV, Taleoken Staff IV, Red Cross Council
IV, Leaders Club, Ken High Corner II, III, IV
Ann is a popular senior who has a friendly smile as
she interviews someone for her Ken High Corner.
COMMERCIAL-Girls Chorus II. III, F.H,A. III, Tri-Hi-Y II,
III, IV, Commercial Club, Taleoken Staff IV, National Honor
Lorraine has a warm smile for everyone.
COMMERCIAL-Majorettes III, IV, Tri-Hi-Y IV, Geography
Club IV, Red Cross Council IV, Attendance Staff IV
Pat, the brunette with shining eyes, always has a
ready smile and is willing to lend a hand.
Ace joins the crowd in 307 when not at the Trade
School Shop. He lzas a winning smile.
Phil likes to hunt, has a pleasing personality, and
reports to 307.
VOCATIONAL-Art Club IV, Assembly Staff III, IV
Douglas will especially remember Mr. Danowitz and
the Assembly Stajf
ACADEMIC-German Club, Science Club, College Club, Na-
tional Honor Society
Doc, the walking encyclopedia, will probably go far.
He is very friendly and easy-going.
GENERAL-Bank Staff IV
Allan, who is in 307, is usually seen with Tom.
MARGARET ANN WERTZBERGER
GENERAL-Girls Chorus III, Geography Club, Future Nurses,
Peggy, the pert red head, has a glowing personality
and will be worth getting sick for. She was a good
pizza salesgirl for the Geography Club.
GENERAL-Art Club II: Track III
Tale is rememberea' mostly as a fooball player. Tl1is
handsome blond is always a perfect gentleman.
ACADEMIC-Football III. IV
Dale, a very quiet student, will always remember the
Dan is quiet, but pleasing, and was especially good
in Latin Class.
ACADEMIC-Girls Chorus III: Future Nurses III. IV: Geogra-
phy Club IV
Sylv, with her ready smile, will be a good nurse.
Her cohort is Catherine.
Whitey finds a great deal of enjoyment driving his
COMMERCIAL-Art Club II. III: Commercial Club IV
Wolfe enjoys all types of art-oil painting, sketching
-and is good ut them, too. Her hobby is talking.
GENERAL-Tri-Hi-Y II. III, IV: Kentonian Staff III, IV:
College Club I I
Little Wolhe. in 307, a literary critic, loves to read,
and usually rooms the halls with Marsha, Monna,
Oats is Il Trade School boy who especially enjoys
swimming as a pastime.
GENERAL-Majorettes III, IV: Mixed Choir III. IV: Leaders
Club III. IV: Tri-Hi-Y III. IV: F.H.A, IV: Kenronian Staff IV
Dee is now training for the Ice Capades. She may be
famous one day.
LORETTA WYGON I K
ACADEMIC-Future Nurses II, III. IV: Science Club IV:
Lorie, pleasant and amiable, is looking forward to
a career in nursing.
ACADEMIC'-Choir IV: Science Club IV
Genial and talented, Richard spends much spare time
playing the accordion.
MONNA LEE ZABEC
COMMERCIAL-Triel'-Ii-Y II, III. IV
Eves that sparkle, full of fun, this vivacious senior,
Monna, likes to swim and dance.
Chuck, tall and blond, enjoys sports and coin collect-
ing as hobbies.
MARGARET JEAN ZALUPSKY
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV
Jolly, loquacious Margie, a future secretary, likes to
play tennis and dance.
JANET E. ZAYDEL
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club II, III. IV: Taleolcen Staff
IV: Kentonian Stall' IV: National Honor Society
Quiet and sweet. Janet serves as an excellent school
Tom, who likes to play the guitar, can often be seen
riding with Otis.
COMMERCIAL-Commercial Club IV: Choir III, IV: National
A quiet, attractive member of our class is Bernie,
who plans to enter the business world.
Patty, who belongs to Room 315, is very quiet and
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WILHELM, S. WILLIAMS
WOLFE, N. WOLFE, O.
WYGONIK, L. WYGONIK, R.
ZAYDEL, T. ZOLA
unior Class of 1956
The activities of the Junior Class
year goes on. Although the Junior-Senior Prom is responsible for most of the work
of the class there are other functions tha
functions include assemblies, bookkeeping, and social responsibilities. But the
three main functions of the Junior Class are the candv sale the maga7ine sale 'ind
t e Junior-Senior Prom. Work on the candy sale begins in September and continues
until Christmas. The work of this campaign is done by the junior girls who sell
can y until a goal of about 52,000 is reached. This sale raises about ohe-half of the
money needed by the class. The second money raising campaign of the Junior Class
is the magazine sale that begins in mid October. This sale lasts for four weeks 'ind
it raises the other half of the money needed for the class to function After the sales
are over and a fine orchestra for the Prom is picked, the work of putting together
a Prom begins. This lasts for three months. Then on the linal two davs before the
rom all the decorating of the gym is completed and the work of theijunior Class
is over. These three activities of the class are only the main ones but they keep the
class working most of the year.
are many and varied and increase as the
t have to be taken care of also These
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Second Row: Mr. Bzthztlis, Mrs. Terwilliger, Miss Gosetti. Mrs. Thonipsort. Mr.
umor Class Officers
PI'C'.S'flfC'III ALAN PA'I'z
Vive-Presidenr XVILLIAM KRAIf'r
Sevrerary ROSE MARIE PECARDII
Treasurer STEVE FRYNCKO
Spwzsar-s MR. BAIIALIS, MRS. TERWILLIGIQR,
MISS GOSETTI, MRS. THOMPSON,
MR. BURNETT, MR. FRAZIIER
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Second Row: l.. Akins. D. Ameres. G. Arabia. R
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l'hird Row: Ci. Ballard. B. Baumann. D. Beatty
B. Becker. R. Bednarik
Fourth Row: B. Bellas. P. Bentley. A. Bergad. R. Her-
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A. Cepull, .l. Chmiel. A. Cianeutti. G. Compton.
E. Cook. M. Cook. A. Covert
Seventh Row: M. Coward. Ci. Cowen. M. Cowen.
S. Croyle. .I. Crusan. .l. Dahm. l.. Davis. U.
DeFloi'io. I.. Dominik. M. .l. Double
Eighth Row: .l. Drake, F. Draper. H. Dudek. M.
Dudek. R. Dunkel. N. lidwards. T. lilston.
G. Fmmert. C. Fndlieh. N. Fndlieh
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Second Row: M. Fester. l.. Finney. J. Fiscus. C. Fisk.
Third Row: J. Fix. J. Flinn. C. Flynn. C. France. E
Fourth Row: C. Galzerano, S. Fryncko. B. Fry. P.
French, S. Freeman. B. Gaston. R. George. P. Ger-
hart. E. Germanic. D. Gilkey
Fifth Row: Y. Gillis. C. Giordano. F. Girardi. C.
Gorleski. .l. Grammar, G. Grayson, M. Guiney. A
Gutgscll. R. Hass. G. Hahura
Sixth Row: J. Hahura. R. Hack. R. Hajel. N. Han-
cock. D. Hand. M. Hansotte, M. Hardy. D. Harsh-
herger. W. Hartmann. H. Hawk
Seventh Row: D. Heckman. P. Helcnski. D. Hemp-
seed. D. Hem'y. R. Heuser. F. Heuvcl. H. Houser
M. Hudak. M. Hudson. S. Huntington
Eighth Row: D. Hutchison. C. Huth. J. Jackson. J
Johnston. F. Jones. W. Justham. C. Kane. J. Kane
R. Kapustik, S. Karpinski
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Second Row: K. Kennedy. P. Kihurt. M. Kirkwood.
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Third Row: W. Kobelenske. P. Kondek. R. Kormn.
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Fourth Row: R. Kozel. J. Koziurski. B. Kraft. M.
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Sixth Row: A. levendokky. B. l.evine. D. Lewzmdow-
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Lukomski. .l. Mugowan. F. Maier. M. Munjuck. C.
Mannella. R. Murini. P. Marriott
Eighth Row: F.. Mutisz. H. Mztttern. J. Mzizur. M.
lN'laZur. W. MeAlister. C. McBride. A. McCloskey.
R. McCoy. J. McCullough. J. MeCrue
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C. Medley. J. Merrick
Second Row: D. l.. Meyers, K. Michel. A. Mikesell.
T. Miles. D. Miller
Third Row: D. Mitchell. D. Mitchell. A. Moore. K.
Morran. R. Morgan
Fourth Row: G. Morton. P. Mosher. M. Murdoch.
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B. Prouser. E. Pugslcy. J. Ray. B. Rea, R. Recd
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Second Row: R. Seijo. j. Sennetr, R.
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Sicilia. R. Silverman. R. Sinclair.
Fourth Row: D. Spana. S. Speer. E.
Srolca. N. Stafford. R. Srokowski.
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C. Tadrzak. C. Tadrzak. C. Tarkowbki. C. Taylor. F.
Sixth Row: M. Thrower. Tinstxnau. F. Tiziani. Y. Tocco. S.
Torok. Touchstone. O. Trains. S. Troutman. Vallev.
Row' E Venglik. Vernam. A. Verzinslci. C. Vitale.
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K, Vorlage. W. Wagner. S. Walker. R. Walter, C. Wcsr.
Eighth Row' W Whitaker. L. Willa, C. Witcher. C. Wolf.
J. Wolie, Wolfe. Woods, N. Woomer. M. Wray.
Ninth Row: W. Wright. E. Yarcma. Zajdel. R. Zaleski.
T. Zaleski. A. Zappala. R. Zenrncr. P. Zilncr
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Sophomore Class of 1956
The Sophomore Class began their hrst year at Ken Hi with an orientation pro-
gram on the first afternoon of school. Mr. Miller presided and presented Mr.
Oliver and other special teachers to the sophomores. This program was followed
by a tour of the building. A later assembly acquainted the sophomores with clubs
and other organizations. Then came individual interviews with the guidance
counselors. Miss Eiges and Mr. Keiser, concerning future plans and courses ol'
study. The sophomores then turned their attention to raising money for the Sopho-
more Hop, by selling candy on four successive Fridays. Some ol' the more talented
sophomores entertained at the sophomore assemblies. The year was not all play.
however, as the sophomores were required to take an l.Q. and a preference test.
As the school year came to a close a few sophomores got a peek-in at the Junior-
Senior Prom as special aides.
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V Morgan. Miss Hood. Miss Olmer
First Row: S. Heid, .
Second Row: B. Shaw, E. Collodi
Sophomore Class Officers
President . . , .EUGENE COLLODI
Vice-President , . VIRGINIA MORGAN
Secretary . .. . . SUSAN HEID
Treasurer , .. . I BRUCE SHAW
Sponsors . . I IMISS Hoon, MISS OLMER
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Second Row: D. Aruhizt. S. Amhiai. T. Arhutiski. R. Aysse. N. Baker
Third Row: R. Baker. R. M. Bzixtzt. S. Beck. P. Bergmann. .l. Berkohcn
I-'ourth Row: .I. Berlinski. ID. Bcrtti. CI Bianco, C. Bishop, M. Bixhop, B. Bitair. R. Bitair.
A. Black. D. Black. .l. Bluir
I-'ifth Rowi A. Blandford. T. Boguny. Cf Booth, .I. Boxzik. M. Bosuk. Ii. Bouru. M. .I.
Bowers. Ii. Bowser. .I. Bowser. W. Bowser
Sixth Row: E. Brooks, I.. Brooks. M. I.. Brothers. D. Brown. K. Browne. M. Bryant. J. Bubcn
heim. S. Burgzirt. M. Burke. W. Burke
Seventh Row: K. Burkett. D. Fztemzir. C. Famp. K. Campbell. I. C'umphcII. B. Cunning.
R. Cztppcllo. M. Cappone. W. Curion. S. Carter
Eighth Row: I-'. Caruso. T. Chulfztnt. D. Chambers. B. C'hui'ckon. C. Chezithzun. B. Chcckeyc.
B. Cicolini, F. Cipollone. NI. f'Iontz. F, Clowes
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Third Row: l.. D'AChille. F. Damhroski, K. Dananay, B. Daniels. H. Davis
Fourth Row: C. Davis. D. Davis. R. Davis. W. Davis, .l. Del Duea. D. DeMao. R. Drake. M
Drew. R. Domianiek. A. Duerr
Fifth Row: W. Dunlap. M. Duvall, R. Dzurovcin. G. Easley. .I. Eherhardt. G. Elwood
T. Estenfelder, G. Evans, B. Ewing. R. Ewing
Sixth Row: T. Faith. W. Faith. .l. Farneth, D. Fassett. K. Fassett. N. Feola. P. l-esta. T. Fill
gerald. C. Flenory. M. Fletcher
Seventh Row: P. Fogle. D. Forbes. A. Fox. R. Fronduti. E. Fularz. .l. Eularl, T. Eularv
E. Furniss. R. Fulton. C. Gate-1
Eighth Row: G. Gavhart, P. Gazdo, B. Gensamer. l. Ciensbigler. D. Gilbert. C. Girartli
M. Golon. A. Gonella. D. Gorlewski. T. Gorney
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First Row: J. Goss. N. Gould. J. Grabowski. F. Grando, J. Grantz
Second Row: G. Gray. A. Grazier, W. Green. G. Gregg. P. Guida
Third Row: P. Guiney, .l. Gutknecht. F. Guzik. D. Habura, .l. Haddad
Fourth Row: D. Hnladik. S. Harrick, H. Haser. B. Hasson. C. Hawk. G. Hazlett. G Heavner,
H. Heavner. D. Heffelhnger. S. Hegedus
Fifth Row: S. Heid, B. Helenski. T. Henderson, M. Henkel, M. Hess. H. Hessom. R. Hill.
B. Hilliard, R. Hollis. R. Holloway
Sixth Row: P. Householder. I.. Hughes. R. Hutcherson. J. Hydock. V. lgnozzi. W. lmm.
S. lwanski. B. .lackson. .J. Jaraczy. B. .Johnson
Seventh Row: J. .lohnson. M. Johnson. T. Johnson. W. Johnston. N. Jones. E. Joyce. A.
Juiliani. D. Kaforey. S. Kaminski. S. Kapalka
Eighth Row: M. Keller. .l. Kelley. G. Kendall. F. Kerr, R. Khalil. A. King. D. Kipp. T.
Knosky. M. Kobelenske. M. Komora
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First Row: B. Koneski. J. Kopelmztn. R. Kopczynski. M. Korenowski, B. Kozztr
Second Row: L. Korzon. P. Kosheba. R. Kovuch. M. Kowal, B. Kowzilkowski
Third Row: P. Kowulkowski. E. Krcitzer. R. Kruse. F. Kubizik. L. Kuchairski
Fourth Row: L. Lumhermont, P. Luskey, B. Lavery, H. Leslie, D. Lesniuk. A. Lessig. F
Linderman, M. Link, J. Liotta. J. Lipinski
Fifth Row: .l. Lizzi, R. Loughrun, R. Luhresky. T. Lubresky. J. Manga, A. Mzigrini. F. Marino
D. Marriott, B. Martucci. M. Mamiale
Sixth Row: G. Matyas. G. Maxwell. .l. Maxwell. .l. McCall. .L McCullough. P. Mcfutcheon
C. McEIwain. S. McGeary, J. McGivern. J. McGregor
Seventh Row: S. McKee, J. Medley, N. Medley, R. Mester, C. Meyer, S. Meyers, E. Michel
C. Miles. E. Miller. L. Miller
Eighth Row: S. Miller. P. Misczzik, K. Mishler, .l. Modolo. P. Monsouir. V. Montgomery
B. Moore. S. Moore. P. Moore, V. Morgan
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SL-rmwl Row: H, Nlurphv. M Mvvr.. Li Navigha. P. Nealer.
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ihircl Row: R. Ni-lxun. S. Nnvsly. N. Nm: Ci. Nora. C. Oliver
ii. OQNL-ll. Nl. K5rrhik. iii. Qjrmchher. R. Orrin.
hirohcl-4. W. Pavurvk, B. Pnvlik. D. Peck.
llitih Row: K. Pvrllciio, R, Prrrlciiu. K. Poasnlano. T. PL-thvrifk.
H. ilhilhpx.. S Pu-rfv IJ Piku. G, Pirnfh. S. Pirrone. lf.
Sixrh Row: K.
Ni. A, Presl-c
Pol-cram. I. Pulczvnbkm. Cf. Pmnirvl, H. Powell.
en. D. Prmkvv. S. Prima. rl. Pryor. l.. Pryor.
K. Qmglcy. Radakvr. l.. R1-nd, E. Runmlcy.
T. Rice. Ci. Rim-Ck. Ii, Risko. W. Rodriguvl.
Eighmh Row: Roll. R. Romlg. Rnmk. D. Roxen, C. Rom.
C. Rozpicrwki. Rufkun. A. Rumu, C. Rychlik. D. Rygclmkl
Ninth Row: R.
Snrfanmno. N, Samx. H. Srhaefvr, Ci. Srhaller.
A. Schielrnma. ,I Si-hh-kar. P. Schmitt. S. Schwartz. C. Stott.
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First Row: Scijo. R. Sol-cula. B. Svnnett. L. Scnnett. L. Sevifk
S1-fond Row: P, Sharkey. B, Shaw. N. Shaw. H, Shearer.
Third Row: A. Shulcia, G. Smith. H. Smith. l., Smith. L,
Fourth Row: G, Sprumont. L. Siapen. S. Stayur. R. Stevens.
P. Strenkowski. S. Stringfim-ld. Studebaker. M. Suclnlk.
1. Sullivan. W. Swank
Fifth Row: rl. Swvotland. W. Smyna. D. Szvmanski. C. Thomas.
J. Thomas. M. Thompson. K. Thornton. P. Timmins. T.
Timura. li. Tiziani
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Sixth Row: Torok. D. Trzeciak, L. Trzvciak. W. Turner
I. Tvlixiski. M. Unfapher. P. Uptvgraph. L, Vanrine. R.
Veitch. C, Vensel
Seventh Row: Venus. C. Verncr. M. Vining. D. Walkt-r.
K. Walsl1. T. Watsoia. Waugl1. L, Wl1cclcr. L. Whipp.
Eighth Row: P. Widmcr. D. Wiley. G. Willard. Williams.
1. Willianmb, WiIliai115. M. Wilnurx. j. Wojzasii15ki, J.
Wood. F, Woodivard
Ninth Row: J. Zahorsky. C. Zaydel. R. Zavdt-l, H. Zvdlalc.
R. Zeolla. W. Zimmerman. Zingrovc. D. Zipp. Zipp
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Prom couples were all smiles as they
posed for the cameraman. Ann and Rol
were snapped coming in. Those long
lines on the dance tloor were part of
the "bunny hop," Members ofthe class
of '56 posed in front ot' the pillars
while others watched the proceedings
from their seats. Judy Bailey and Ron-
nie Slifka, Barbara Parkhill and Tom
Miller admire the elaborate decorations.
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Working on wriim' panels ure Clmrlnitv,
Pat, June, !Vluriz'. um! Mnriunnta
Through the television screen we see members
ofthe Taleoken Staif working on the subscriptions,
pictures, advertisements, and typing. Members of
the stat? along with Miss Boucher and Mr. Keiser
worked hard and sometimes long hours prepar-
ing this year's TALEOKEN.
I'l1yIli.v, Jwilzrm. will Murizm nrt' rvmling tIlfYf'l'fiAill,Lf
Rol, Jac-A, Ed, Pliyllis, Aflvln, um! Fam! vlwrl. Tulvokcri proof whilv Put. Arzrm, mul lhqqilzu look nwr their
.x'1lh.x'c'rip1ior1 li.s'I.s. slzuulflvrs.
IIrsr Row: P. Nlentefky. P. Orlowgki. B, Hrnwn. Zayclel. P. Soentgen. M. Baumann. .
Second Row: MIAA Bourlwr. A. Cipollone, M, Borrelli. K. Patterson, P. Heise, P. Keignn. lVlIIllIr:I.
N. Pavhk. M. Martinez. I.. Waslnlaski. R. Belli. P. Hogany. Mr, Kaiser
nrd Row: Rom.. lf. RL-Inalvy, D. RI-ixclm. R, Collins., ,l. Shaffer. Reeves. C. Hogg. A. WIIrI-IIIIIII. Nl. Run
l'D-Edirmnv . . ROLLIN COLLINS, JACK Ross
.fl.S'.S0l'itlfl' Eflimr . .,.,. ANN WAREIIAM
l1'llff0I'ftl1A.X'.Yf.K'fllllf.X' . . lWARlON BAUMANN, REGINA BELLI,
PIIYLLIS BOGANY. BARBARA BROWN.
ADELA CIROLLONE. DOLORES Go-
LON, CHARLOTTE HOGG, PATRICIA
KEIGAN, JANE MANG, MARIE MAR-
TINEz, JUDY MULLICA, PATRICIA
ORLOWSKI. NANCY PAVLIK, MARI-
ANNE RANDOLPH, JEANNE REEVES,
EDWARD R E M A L E Y. PATRICIA
.S'pnrr.v Edimr ..,.. ROLLIN COLLINS
1'ypi.v1.I- . JAN!-fl ZAYDEL, KATHERINE PATTER-
SON. CAROL FORBES. MARY BOR-
RELLI, PEGGY HEISE, PHYLLIS MEN-
'I'IaCIcY, LORRAINE WASHLASKI
PlIl!f0j,'P'tlf7llf'l'A' JAMES SIIAEFER, DONALD REISCII
. JOIIN L. KIaIsER, l.UCRE'I'lA BDUCIIER
Firsr Row: N. Link N W
. . olfe. D. McCulcheOn. B. Marisz. C. Tromva, Kunea, P, Sharkev. A, jiulizmn
P, Meanor, V. Morgan. P. Heise. K. Patterson. D, Woods,
Second Row: Miss Rubbell, H. Scott. G. Weber. P. Soentgen. M. Drew. C. Hogg. M. L. Gregory. J. Zaydol
J. Kelley. G. Cebula, R. Korzon, W. Pike. A. Wareham. Mr. Shearer
Third Row: G, Frederick. J, Cvensbigler. A. Duerr. B. Hartman. Searight. R. Collins. Shaffer. R. Brooks.
Editor . . GEORGE FREDERICK
A.v.xOc'i11l1' Iirlimr . . ANN WAREHAM
Nvwx Iiilizwzi . . DIAN WOODS, PA I' SOENTGILN
I-'euinn' Edizmav . .... . ALBERT ELIAS. NANCY W0l.lfli
Spam- Edimf-.v . JOHN SEARIGHT, Blll. PIKE, JOE GENSBIOLER, ROLLIN COLLINS
llapfirzmmr Edimm ..... GEORGE WEBER. JAMES LAOOON
Club Eflitorx . KATHERINE PATTERSON. PEGGY HEISIE
Suplmmorc Eu'imr.v . . ARVID DUERR, PAT SHARKEY
AJ'IfA'I.Y . . CHARLO'I'I'E HOOG, MARILYN DREW
Plmrogruplwrx , , . BILL HARTMAN, CAMERA CLUB
Iffffmrrmav ROGER BROOKS, MhRV COOPER, JOHN KELLLY,
DON LEWIS, HARRY SCOI1, GREG CEBUIA,
ROBERT KORZON, NANCY LINK, .lANli'I' ZAYIIEI..
1',vpi.w1A DOROTHY MCCiU'lCiiEON. BARBARA MA'I'lSl.
CAROLYN TROMZA, MARY LOU GREOORY, PEGGY
MEANOR, BONNIE JONES. JUNE KLINES
A1lvi.wr.i .....,. Miss MAR'l'HA R
U5bI:l.L, MR. WALlhR SHEARER
'Hr Millw' mu tary Q A
Farsi Row: Pl, lwlaser. P. Kempinski. P, Phillips, Nl. l"lcIfl1vr. Dulci-
Sernnd Row: W. Kraft, Lagoon. L, Porleranski, B. Shaw
Third Row: Mr. Oliver, Miss Boucher. Mr. Miller
Board of Activities
in honor for any stu e
Membership on t e z .
are elected by their classmates for periods of one or three years. These, with four
faculty members and a secretary, constitute the board. The chief duty of the Board
of Activities is to regulate the extra-curricular activities in the high school. lhese
include approving organization of new clubs, securing sponsors. arranging exchange
assemblies, and other school assemblies, and sponsoring dances after basketball
games. Eagerly anticipated each year is the Board ot' Activities banquet attended
esentative and faculty sponsor of each organization.
h Boxrd of Activities is 1 d nt. Students
by a student rcpr
anim Luqnmi, lIrm'c Slinug um! Molly f'ilt'lI'lll'l
' r'lrl.i1v 4'l4't'Ii1m.i.
wlnininq llzv vvur'.w plum in Board of J . K
kvpl IVIIXAV !'UIHlIiH-Q lmllnlx for ilu
ivitim lIl!'HllWl'l'.K ul an UFAQHII ,
The Assembly Stali. under the direction of
Mr. Danovitz. operates visual and audio aids
as a service for the school. These forty-five
boys are trained to operate movie and slide
projectors, tape recorders, and other equip-
ment. Movies are chosen in co-operation with
the subject teacher. Stal? members frequently
sacrilice study halls in order to operate this
equipment. This year a new sound movie pro-
jector and two television sets have been added
to the list of equipment operated.
Presitlwzr . . . Roaukr Horowitz
Viw-Pnai-irlmr . Rominr Moizoiw
.S'cw'vrr1rQv . . RONALD SLIFKA
7'r'1'a.rr11'w' . . ALAN PAT7
First Row: C. Galzerano, C.
Kane. Haddad. R. Bald-
win. C. Moore. R. Holowitz.
T, Black, S. Fryncko.
Kane. B. Hajel, R. Gnch.
T. Sicilia. B. Bellas
St-cond Row: R. Davis.
Kyllonen. D. He-clcman. T.
Fitzgerald. T. Rice, D.
Wayrier. Bowser. R. Post.
E McGregor, C. Mathabel.
W. Wagne1'. Carabin.
Valley. B. Walker. G. Cv'
hula. C. Witcher. R. Morgan
Third Row: R, Bednarik.
La Russa. Adkins.
Drake, R. Sliflca. R. Archi-
bald. T. Orme:-sher. J.
Chmiel. A. Verzinski. E.
Turner. S. Bergad, W,
Kraft. A. Pau. R. Morgan,
The Art Club is open to any art student
interested in special work. Under the cap-
able sponsorship ol' Miss Fry. the club meets
during the activities periods on Friday morn-
ings. The members exchange ideas. see demon-
strations. and hear talks on art. The club has
these four aims: to make social contacts with
others who are interested in art. to aid in the
school's activities, and to plan and execute
any art work. and to improve their own skills
PI'l'.l'il1t'Ilf .... MARILYN DREW
.Sat-rerury ROSFMARY Kovixcii
'I'rm.wn'w- fllARl.0TTF Ouviin
Flmpluin . JEAN l.UkoMski
First Row: D, Ameres. E. L
Yarema. P. Srolca. K
Brown. J. Bosak, J. Pro-
ncsri. Lulcomski, D
Paulovich. M, Kunicki. N
Endlich. M. Krause. J
Dahm. C. Oliver
Second Row: P, Sharlcey. D
Szymanslci, R. Kovach. M
Takosky. S. Lasher, M
Drew. C. Hogg, Klim
ashlco. S. Schwartz. R
Howard. D. Camp. C. Fisk
J, Block, C. Mathabel, D
Wayriifr. A. Piroch, Ti. Mc
Gregor. llfliss Fry
Third Row: G, Cowen, J
Sweeney. l.. Cowen. R
Cicolini. W. McAlister. J
Leaky. G. Dickey. A. Duerr
A. Gutgsell. T. Miller, J
Radeshak. R. Stokoski. R
Romeo. D. Miller. T. Ar
butiski. W, Adamsky. B
Krajewslci. Brooks. J
D. Krider. J
lfirsr Row: L. Barlcasl, S,
Ames. M. Nlarziale, N.
Second Row: Miss Boucher,
N. lwalvs, P. Wnsylik. S.
lVIrCollum. C. Forbes
The Attendance Stall, an honorary group.
deserves praise for the fine work it does. The
girls give up one study hall a day to check the
attendance. Their duties include making up
from the section room lists, an absentee chart.
then checking the attendance from the slips
brought in each period. On occasional days
when the baseball team, the football team, or
Band and Majorettes are excused for special
practice, the girls are really busy trying to keep
track of everyone.
The Student Bank acts as a depository for all
of our school organizations, both high school
and elementary schools. The total funds
handled during i954 and l955 exceeded
390,000 School supplies and cafeteria tickets
are sold in addition to ordinary banking.
Eleven commercial students, seniors and jun-
iors, receive training for one year in this work.
The personnel positions correspond to those of
a regular bank. Mr. W. L. Vorlage. the faculty
supervisor, deserves recognition for his cap-
able supervision and valuable assistance.
First Row: Bailey, A. Paw-
lulc. M. Horn-lli. P. Sroka.
Second Row: A. Weirzerm.
Olson. M. Kovach. K. Pat'
tersun. P, Nlenu-cky, B.
Brown. P. Walsh. Mr.
First Row: Miss Russell. J.
Basra. B. Marisz. N. Leven-
dorf. L. Sculco. j. Mullica.
R. Crognale. Cirow. Miss
Second Row: M, Horrelli, J.
DeSanto. B. Zola. A. Cip-
ollone. P. Bogany, Frye 1
Third Row: C. Tromza. K, l
Patterson. P. Heise. L. l
Washlaski. R. Belli. M. A.
Randolph, M. Kovach
Fourth Row: Zavdel. L.
Mandak. M. Baumann,
Reeves. C. Hogg, 1. Mang.
Fifth Row: A. Wareham. P.
Sixth Row: G. Gray, N. Mc-
Clintock. Bunn, C.
Moore, G. Weber
Seventh Row: Gr-nsbigler,
J. Malecki, Sokol,
Eighrh Row: R, Connor, E.
Turner. Searight, R.
Collins, R. Gross, Ross
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in the National Honor Society
is an honor coveted by every senior who is
proud of being a good student. Scholarship,
leadership, character, and service are traits
which National Honor students are to possess
in great measure. Top ranking students are
elected by the faculty council on the basis of
the above mentioned characteristics. Members
of this group are eligible to take the National
Honor Society scholarship examinations. Miss
Rorabaugh is the sponsor of the group and also
chairman of the faculty council.
Pl't'.Xid4'IlI .... Jour: Smiuoiii'
Vit-u-I'ru.si1lwir . . GEORGE Wumiit
Smwtziry . Piivrris lVlEN'l'liC'KY
'I'n'r1.rl1l'1'f' . . . MR. WAIQPER
Contributing much to the spiritual life at
Ken High is the Devotions Committee. under
the direction of Mrs. Alice Klinke. Their duty
is to plan a morning devotional program to be
presented each month over the public address
system. Four members of the committee choose
a special theme, find a suitable Bible selection
and someone may write a sermonette or prayer
about the subject. Often some music is used
as a background for the speaker or as a part
of the program.
First Row: A, Warelmam. M,
Hudson. A. Lovic. R. Sin-
clair. ,l. Aysse. C. Hogg
Second Row: D. Silverman. R.
Morgan, 1. Searighr. K.
Hartge, Gensbigler. C,
Rice, Mrs. Klinke
The Camera Club, sponsored by Miss Mathi-
son, gives those students who are interested,
but do not know much about photography, a
chance to learn. lts activities are many and
varied, including demonstrations of camera
techniques, arranging a darkroom to process
negatives and prints, training the school photo-
grapher, visiting studios, and taking field trips.
Pictures are taken at assemblies, basketball
games, and other school activities. A banquet
closes the social season.
Pl'l'.Xf41l'lII .... DoNA1.n Raiscn
.S'uu'w1m',v JAMES SHAFFER
fl'l'll.Ylll'l'l' . . JOHN MARTS
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
The Future Nurses Club promotes the re-
cruitment of nurses, Mrs. Ruth Fields, the
sponsor, helps girls evaluate their credits and
guides them in selecting a good nursing school.
The group sells Ken High pencils and has a
bake sale to raise money for various field trips.
This year, one half of the girls visited Shady-
side Hospital, while the others visited Mercy
Hospital. The group also attended open house
at Citizens General Hospital.
PI'l'.8'l.lll'llI ..... SANDY lksnua
l"ir-a-I'r-miflwrl . . PM' MARiuo'i"i'
St'l'I'l'ItI"4V . . .lliANNIi FRYH
Trm,mr'w- Sw vm Blu' rsm'
First Row: M Duvall lk
Pokrnnr, K. rr
Pussolano. D P111 wi li
Haddad, B. r
Second Row: r mn
N, Bell, K. D1 aiay H
Maru, J. Slmtl r A Dum-ri
l.. Korzon, or
H1-gedus, P. 1
The Choir, under the able direction of Miss Carolyn K, Bruno. is one of the
most outstanding organizations in Ken Hi. This year the Choir of l IU voices sang
for the othcers of the P.T.A. organizations. At Christmas time. besides giving the
yearly program for the high school, they also participated in the Christmas program
given by the Valley Choral Festival. Their solo performance ot' "Trapak" with the
dancers was the highlight of the Festival. They gave several other concerts includ-
ing the annual Spring Festival. The Choir, sponsoring many projects. raised enough
money for another Musical Week-End in New York City.
Prmiflwzr . ..,... l ,xml-is l.AoooN
l"in--Prvxitlwir ..., Roorak Moacms
.Sat-1'v1111-im PHYLLIS Boofxmg ANN Waaieimxi
Lll7l'!II'itlll.V . Jtiov BAILEY, BARBARA Psaxiiiii
Rolw A4u.s'fw'.i . M may l,oNo. RoNu.n S1 IFKVX
The Sophomore Choir was added to the musical organizations this year.
Under the direction ol' Miss Bruno it was organized as a training class for the
advanced Choir and to give boys and girls the experience and the fun that come from
joining together in song. The rehearsal period is usually divided into singing and
listening to records or having special performances by small groups within the Choir,
The sophomores made their debut this year at the sophomore assembly and will
participate in the Spring Festival.
l,l'l'Af!fl'l1I , .... . JACK Rosmc
l'fi-4--l'rv.x-iili-111 . . . Motu' Fl.lil'l'lllfR
.N'wt-rvriirivv . DoNNA KXFORFY, lu.-KRIl,YN Bisuov
The D. E. Club, sponsored by Mr. Kenneth
Pfeiller, is composed of Distributive Education
students. Occasionally the club holds breakfast
meetings, and local businessmen and mer-
chants are invited as guest speakers throughout
the year to speak to the members. The club
also sponsors a trip to an outstanding industry.
This spring the club members are planning their
trip to the Latrobe Woolen Mills. Again this
year, as in the past, the D. E. Club will send
two delegates to attend the State Club meeting
to be held in Lancaster.
PI't'.l'ff!t'lll .... PENNY MEDLEY
Vive-Prmiflwiz . BARBARA STANKIEWIU
Secretary . . . RICHARD Flscos
Tn-a.v1m'r . . BETW ANTONACVI
First Row: L. Benn. D. Harf
mon, A. Benn, I. Bordell,
l. McCullough. B. Sekscin-
ski, M. Uncapher, Mr.
Second Row: E. Thompson,
B. Mitchell, B. Montgoml
t-ry, J. Arner, K. Brown, D.
Quarles, Riddle, B. An'
tonacci, G. McQuaide. P.
Medlev. E. Solids. B. Stan-
R. Kunish. D.
Fiscus, D. Bosak. B. Sie-
monof, D. Leebel, T. Kel-
ley, A. Naccarato. R. Miller
The Commercial Club, under the supervision
of Mrs. Jean Delia, is composed of senior
girls taking the commercial course. Guest
speakers from the business world are present at
the monthly meetings. One of the club's service
projects this year was the selling of kitchen kits.
The Harvest Hop was also under the sponsor-
ship of the club. A banquet was held at the
end of the school year and pins were distrib-
uted. Each girl in the club is striving to find
better methods to use in her future work.
O F F I C E R S
l're.vidv1zt .... NIARY BORRELLI
Vf'cv-Prvsiflwir . l.oRuAiNF WASIILASKI
Sl'f'l'!'flIl'-V . . . Piivi.1.is MENTECKY
7'n-asiim' . . .lANiaT ZAYDEL
nesti. D. Stewart
First Row: P. Bentlejewslci. D
McCutcheon, B. Matisz, N
Pavlik, R. Crognale, M
Borrelli. A. Pawluk, Y
Brasfleld. Mullica. P
Keigan. J. Hoover. j. Pro
Second Row: Mrs. Delia. E
Stewart, C. Tromza. B.
Brown, P. Meanor, M. Za-
lupsky. B. Zola. 1. Solo-
mon. G. Petters. M. Heise.
K. Patterson. J, Grow, L.
Washlaski. B. Jones
Third Row: M. Namev,
Massi. M. Rodgers. C.
Smith. Olson. M. Ko-
vach, E. Wolfe, S. Evans.
M, L. Gregory. R. Bielata.
,l. Zaydel, P. Mentecky, P.
Second Row: Miss Phillips,
Third Row: G. Nichols. T,
l'irsr Row: Bailey. C. Nel-
son, P. Tobin. B. Parkhill
M. Krause. E. Stewart, C
Urbanv. G. Serventi, P
Wertzberger, R. Dilionzo
J. Brazer. P. Phillips. .
McCrae. D. Srewarr. .
H. Hammond. C, Shep-
herd, M, Talcoskv, M. Sny-
der, P. Atkinson, R. Reed.
R. Krajewslci. H. Boland.
D. Harshberger. Bosco.
R. Howard, Regoli. L.
Davis. D. Mappiii. R. Mc-
Coy. H, Scot:
Miller. R, Ludwick. L.
Calabrz-se. P. Kline, M.
Long. S, McCollum. E. Mc-
Kallip, R. Davis. B. Trofka,
P, Wasy'lik. C. Forbes,
Frye. A. McClosky, M. A.
Rzeczlcowski, A. Patterson
The Geography Club of Ken High was
established for those students who have an
active interest in geography and wish to know
more about the subject. The club is a section
of the Geography Club of Western Pennsyl-
vania and the National Council of Geography
Teachers. Miss Mary Phillips is the sponsor.
The club membership consists of juniors and
seniors taking geography. One ol' the major
activities is to participate in the Geography
Show held at the Buhl Planetarium each year.
l'rt'.sitlm1 .... JANICE Bimzmt
Vive-Pres-iilwif . l.liON CALAnREsia
.Sl-4-retury . . Pifoov WIQRTZBERGER
Trvn.vurf'r . . Blu. .loNEs
Sophomores and new students at Ken High
find the little "Red Book" almost indispensible.
In it are the answers to almost all their queries,
such as courses of study. graduation require-
ments, and student organizations. along with
the various rules and regulations of the school.
Upperclassmen, too. use it as a directory of
student activities and the "English Reading
List." Under the direction of Miss Sadie Owen.
the appointed stall' carefully compiles and edits
First Row: K. Vorlage, M
Ashlnaugh, R. M. Bielara.
P. Marrioir, N. Svpenick.
M, Hudson. A. Wareham
Second Row: Miss Owen. A
Parz. D. Silverman. J. Sea-
right, M. Baumann, P.
Menteclcy, Reeves, B.
Hartman, B. Whitaker,
Gvnsbigler. C. Moore
. l,, 1
First Row: S. Frynclco. L.
Durborow, L. Bittcher
Second Row: K. Hartge, R.
Lessig, G. Claypool. E. Ka-
forey, R. Engler, R. Shafer,
N. Haraclzin. Mr. Stephens
Third Row: M, Berta, P. Ken-
gor, j, Lagoon. O. Traini
The Ken High Dance Band, which is com-
posed of fifteen of the high school musicians, is
very active. The Band plays for assemblies,
pep rallies, dances. and the Mixed Choir hop.
Director Stephens organized the Band last sum-
mer to play a concert at Memorial Park. They
held many practices at Band camp. The Band
also traveled to Penn Township to attend the
first gathering of the high school dance bands.
All but Tom McKinley are members of the
high school concert and marching bands.
Prvsitlwzf .... Lum' BITTCHER
Vive-Praxidvrrl . . EMIL KAFORRY
l.i11rurian . . . RONALD ENGL:-za
FUTURE TEACHERS OF
The Future Teachers of America Club is a
group of juniors and seniors who hope to make
the teaching profession their life work. With
two excellent representatives of that profession,
Miss Eiges and Mr. Keiser. as sponsors, this
group has an opportunity to become acquainted
with the problems, requirements, and rewards
possible for a successful teacher. At various
times through the year other successful teachers
have met with the group to point out the ad-
vantages and opportunities in the field of
O F F I C E R S
lmniiflwir ...... I ACK JACOBS
Viva-Pri-.vidwif MARIANNI-. RANDOLPH
Sm-rmurlv . . Yo1,ANnA Tocco
First Row: D. Beatty, N. Staf-
ford. Y. Tocco. P. Boganv.
J. Brazer. A, Cipollone.
Second Row: Miss Eiges, N.
Svpenirk, C. Taylor. H.
Dudek. E. Remalev, G.
jones, Jacobs, S. Mc-
Collum. M. A. Randolph.
A. Bergad. Mr. Keiser
FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS OF
This club's membership is open to girls
studying cooking and sewing in the high school.
The following are some of their projects: a
candy sale before Christmas, filling Christmas
baskets, a formal initiation, a bake sale in
February, attendance at the state convention
in the spring, attendance at the county meet-
ings and supporting the club's national projects.
Their main project will be to give a party for
veterans at the Aspinwall Hospital. Miss Gene-
vieve Olmer is the sponsor of the F.H.A.
lvwiilmir ..., IDONNA BieA'i'TY
Viet'-PI'1'.YfIf!'llI . Noiuxm JEAN MAsTiaRs
Sven-:tu-y . . . CAROL Nr5LsoN
Trm1.vuf-vr . PHYLLIS S'I'I'I4'l'
JUNIOR TOWN MEETING
The Junior Town Meeting, under the spon-
sorship of Mr. Shearer, is an organization
which provides students with an opportunity
to study and discuss controversial subjects be-
fore various groups. The group presented
panel discussions at monthly meetings and also
sent panels to several Parent-Teachers' Associ-
ations, various church groups, and service and
civic organizations. Junior Town Meeting mem-
bers find that the experience they receive helps
them a great deal after they graduate. Again
this year the Junior Town Meeting brought a
foreign exchange student, Leopoldo Porzecan-
ski, from Uruguay.
l'n'.liflwir ..... JACK Ross
Vit'v-Prm-itll-fir . . JouN SIZARIGIIT
.S'm'rv1u1jv . HRISNDA Pnousiau
TI'l'!I.llll't'lA . . CARI, Mooiua
First' Row: P. Soentgen. G.
Elwood, M. Nlurdoch, C.
Oliver, M. Hansotte. N.
I-Ianrork, B. Proust-r
Second Row: Mr, Shearer. M.
Drew, C. Hogg, L. Porn--
canski, E. Remaley, Sea,
right, L. Dominick, H. Du-
dek. C. Moore, Ross, S.
The Key Club which is an international
service organization, is sponsored by the Ki-
wanis Club. Among its many activities this
year are cleaning the stadium after football
games, helping with a tratiic survey, setting up
the Red Cross bloodmobile, serving as ushers
at the College Career Conference, operating
the concession at home basketball games, and
washing dishes at the Kiwanis pancake dinner.
Last year the club sent Rollin Collins and Keith
Hartge to the International Key Club Con-
vention in Detroit. Mr. Vorlage is the sponsor.
O F F I C E R S
Pr-cxirlwir .... Roi.i.iN CoLLiNs
Viffl'-Pfl'.X'flll'l11 . . Room MORGAN
Secretary . DICK SILVERMAN
Treasurer . . BILL WHITAKER
T. Resek. R. Jernigan
The Science Club is an organization of stu-
dents who are primarily interested in science
as a career or hobby. This year the club under
the direction of Mr. C. H. Walter and Mr. Dale
Apel plans to tour several industrial laboratories
and visit the Buhl Planetarium. At each meeting,
reports with scientilic backgrounds are given
by the members. Interesting experiments per-
taining to physics or chemistry are carried out.
The Science Club also aids pupils who are in-
terested in entering the Buhl Planetarium
School Science Fair.
l'rc.virlw1r . . . Jmihs Simrruk
Vive-l'n'.s'idr-nr .louis MoN'rooMERY
Svcrozrzry . . Giaonua WEBER
7'rvr1.s1n'vr . . DUNALD R raiser:
lwrst Row: R. Rowley. R
Second Row: P. Klin
gad. R. Hauser, R.
First Row: L. Solomon W
Ilustham. A. Levendoskv I
Muder. R. Perriello,
Srirkley, R. Peck. H, o
Moore. D. Kipp
N. Fenla, R. Polcrant
Scrond Row: Zaborslcy P
Shaw. P. Moore. John
son, If. Draper, W. Sey
bold, W. Wagner, D. Mit
clxcll. P. Buisch. C. Rm
Third Row: Mr. Vorlage R
Collins. K. Hartge, H Na
dvr. R. Silverman. R. u
wlclc, Searighr, B. Whit
alcer, R. Romig. M. Berta
il. Gensbigler. R. Morg-un
sig. G. Weber. G. re
erirlc. L. Wvgoiiik. S. Sim
Chmiel. M. Randolph C
Hogg. K. Vorlagc. A Bef
A. Levendoslay, P. Shlrlng
l.. Porzeranski. T. Zat ki
Third Row: Marks. R. Con
nor. H. Boland. W. Wright
O. Traini. C. Witrl1er
Shaffer. W. I-Iartman R
Thomas, D. Re-isrh
Montgomery. R. Slifka Mr
larsl Row: S, lirvnclco. ,l
Miss Ifwing. R, Serarine. M.
lkanc. I. lalrski. R. Row-
lvy, R. Yuitrh, Znborslcy
Ci. Welvt-r. G. Fra-dr-rick, R
Phillips, W. Capponv, M
,l. Nluder. B. Prouser
cond Row: Mr, Babalis, I.
Nlanclnk. Nlang. ,l
Sclilt-kat. C. Flvnn. C, Med
lt-v. M, Barra. O. Traini
R. Davis. j. Sokol. W
jusrham. G. Schaller. C
Wt-sr. D. 'lirzeciak
nrd Row: A. Patz. Ch
mmol. W. Most-s, R. Shaffer
G. Easley, johnson.
Mcfftilloirgli. W. Kraft, P.
Kt-rigor, T. Gross. R, Gross.
I.. Solomon. C. Nlvver
The German Club. the only language club
at Ken Hi, is a social club sponsored by "Herr"
Babalis and its purpose is to provide its mem-
bers with a better understanding of Germany
and its customs. The club. made up of members
of the German class. held its annual dance
with entertainment provided by the German
Band and other club members dressed in the
German fashion. The proceeds are to be used
for a German banquet-all German delicacies
are to be served.
Prvsidwif .,,.. Joins KANE
Vim-I'n'.i1flw11 RoNAi.n Rowwv
.S't'r-ratfzm' . . . JANE MANQ
Tf'!'ll.S'Ill't'l' . Giaokcaia Wiamau
Few of us realize how great a task it is to
keep the library in order. This task is handled
competently by the Library Stall under the able
guidance of Miss Ewing. They are always
ready and willing to help us locate and select
reading material. By relinquishing their study
halls, the staff keeps Ken I-Iigh's center of activ-
ity neat and attractive. Always a source ol'
knowledge and recreation. the library is well
equipped with approximately 5,000 books
ranging from reference books and supplemen-
tary works to recreational reading.
'on-iora. j. Olson. A. awv
luk. R. M. Basra
First Row: P. Kempinski, K
Page, S. Ryan, J. Mazur,
M. Martinez, L. Sculco, S
Ames, N. Levendorf, P
Tobin, P. Phillips. .I
Bailey, P. Mosher.
Second Row: E. Leebel,
Woods, M. Pisano.
Hancock, C. Flynn, Fis
cus. P. Sullivan, B. Bald
rick. C. Tromza. S. Sim
mers. T. Miles. A. Cip
ollone, Y. Tocco
Third Row: A. Wareham, C
Hogg, E. Germanic, R
Berlinski. M. J. Tylinski
P. Walsh. B. Trofka. N
Sypenirk. S. Chaney, A
Bergad. P. Soentgen, M
Baumann, A, Edwards
The Leaders Club, this year, was sponsored
by both Mrs. Decker and Miss Pascaretta. lt is
made up of junior and senior girls who help out
in gym classes and in the dilgferent tournaments.
Refereeing the various games is another of their
responsibilities. Girls are selected at the end of
their sophomore year and must show outstand-
ing qualities of leadership, good sportsmanship,
dependability, and willingness to help. A dance
is held each year to raise money for medals
that are awarded to tournament winners.
l'rv.vidwzt . . . NANCY Ll:VENDORl'
Vice-Prmiflwir . . Clumrw lV1ANNELLA
.Skvretrrry . . PEGGY MOSHER
Trwzsimv' . PAT KEMPINSKI
liirsr Row: Bosco. Cv. Jones.
F. Bruni. L, Durborow. D.
Sricklev, E, Bozich
Second Row: l.. Calabrese, L.
Daniels, Reimer, R, Mor-
gan. Mr. Dunn
Third Row: T. Trzeciak. R.
Collins. Radeshak, R
Nlcjunkin. Marks. G.
Under the supervision of Mr. Dunn, the
Monitors assist at hre and air raid drills, keep
order in the halls between classes, and direct
the home rooms to their assigned places in the
gym for assemblies. This year the boys acted
as guides for the College-Career Conference.
This organization has been operating eiliciently
since its founding in l940. The Monitors are
boys in the junior and senior classes who have
applied for membership, have been approved
by the principal and the dean, and then elected
by previous members.
Prmirlwif . . . . FRED BRUNI
Vim'-Prr'.s'ifl1'r11 . . Rol.l.lN Co1,1.lNs
SL'K'7'l'fllI'-V . Room MCJUNKIN
Tft'lIAIIrt'I' , . FRNIIE Bozlrii
Sefond Row: Mrs. Fields, H
RED CROSS COUNCIL
The Junior Red Cross is well known to the
student body for its outstanding charitable
work. The annual Roll Call Drive for l955-
l956 was completed in December with a mem-
bership of X554 and a total cash contribution of
fli327.88. The American Red Cross recognizes
the splendid work of the Junior Red Cross
members who have served in the many activities
which are sponsored by the group. The elected
student representatives on the Council are un-
der the sponsorship ol' Mrs. Griesemer.
l'rinvitlw11 . . . RoNA1.n JERNIGAN
I'if-4'-I'i-mitlwriz JACK Ki.lMAsHKo
.S'f-iwriii-y , . JANE PALMIZR
T"t'!l.lHl'l'l' . LINDA lVllIRAR
RED CROSS COUNCIL
irst Row: G. Pronesti. B
Jones, T. lfsrenfelder. N
lin-ola, Masai. P. Horlcen
berry. M. Heistt-r. R. Crog
nale, M. Andrews. C, VI
tale. M. Kowal. R. Kop
czynslci, N, Festa, D. De
Smith, D. Pike, S. Heid, L.
Murar. Y. Tocco, A. Russo.
R. Phillips, W, Szajna. R.
Birar. j, Fiscus, M. Carrop,
A. Warchaln. L, Naamv,
Palmer, M. Kirkwood,
Pg-rdeus, P. Wasylik, I.
Tylinski. S, Lasher, Frye.
j. Olson, Lukomski, D.
Beatty. Mrs. Griesemer
Third Row: B. Moore, E. Col'
lodi, T. Brooks, C. Moore.
J. Klimashko. C. Mathabi-l.
A. Panian. C. France. li.
Venglik, K. Seigwcrtli. R.
'ln-rnigan. D. Voegtlin, F.
Guzik. G. Dickey, R. Mantz,
H. Boland, T, Turk. L.
Pt-ntelc, T, Resek, B. Mur'
phv, W. Wright, T, Sicilia
The Stamp Club is sponsored by Mrs. Helen
Terwilliger. This year the members have sub-
scribed to Stamp News and have also joined
the United Nations Stamp Club. At their meet-
ings, which are held during the activities periods
and after school, the stamp collectors enjoy
discussing and trading stamps in their col-
Prvxiilwir . . . Siiivu SCHWARTZ
lf"ii'v-Prmifii-fir . . LARRY Dorstmix
.S'vci-vrziry , KARI Sialowoa ru
First Row: B. Kowalkowslci.
F. Muder. S. Schwartz, T.
Est:-nfelder. Mrs. Terwil-
Second Row: K. Seigworth. L.
Doinimrk, A. Dua-rr, L,
"To seek-To End-To share" is the objec-
tive of the Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y, under the
leadership of Miss Kay Hood. Their many serv-
ice projects this year included sending gifts to
Aspinwall Veterans' Hospital, packing Thanks-
giving baskets, adopting an orphan for Christ-
mas, sending CARE packages to Europe, send-
ing children's books to the Pediatrics Ward at
the local hospital, and participating in the fair
held at the Y.M.C.A. to raise money for the
World Service Project. The club concluded a
successful year by holding the famous Sham-
O F F I C E R S
Pl'l'.S'fliL'llf .... ARLENE JIULIANI
Vit-1--Pr-vmlwir . . MOLLY FLETCHER
Ser-rvrmgv . . JANE GENSBIGLER
Trm.v1n'er . CYNTHIA Ross
First Row: Miss Hood,
DuVall. S. Meyers,
A. Jiuliani. S. Heid,
Gensbigler. M. Keller
Dananav. E. Miller,
Berlinski. L. Sevick.
M. Sudnik, B. Koneski,
Burgarr. J. Schlekat,
The Hi-Y is a Christian organization sup-
ported by the local Y.M.C.A. and advised by
Mr. Apel. lts purpose is "To create, maintain,
and extend throughout the school and com-
munity high standards of Christian character."
The outstanding projects of the year were the
dance and decorating the Christmas tree. This
year the Hi-Y sent representatives to confer-
ences at Indiana and Harrisburg to participate
in student state government activities. The
boys worked hard to make life long friendships
and to develop greater Christian fellowship
O F F I C E R S
Presiflwzr ..., LARRY DANIELS
Vic-rf-Prvyiilwzr . RICHARD SILVERMAN
Sm-rerury . JAMES MCDOWELL.
Trvuxnrw- . . THOMAS Mll.l.ER
endosky, R. Hajel. P. Sh
J. Regoli, D. Varinort,
Daniels, Burin, G. Fre
R. Silverman, O. Traini.
Slifka. l. Lipinski, W. R
Dickey, G. Arabia,
Miller. M. Marziale. M
Moore, G. Willard, D. De
Mao, C. Ross, M. Fletcher.
Second Row: S. Newby, C
Shonesky. D. Szymanski
S. McGeary. J. Del Duca
D. Householder, M. Hess
F. Dambroski, C. Aftanas
B. Willard, P. Guiney, G
Heavner. C. McElwain, S
First Row: Mr. Apel, A. Nas
carato, B. Burlbaugh, R
Mester, F, Tiziani, W
Burke. B. Gensamer. J
Touchstone. F. Bruni, R
Loughran, J. Johnson, G
Grayson. C. Osburn, E
Bozich, J. McDowell, J
Second Row: P. Kline, P
Buisch. Merrick, B. Bau
mann, W. Justham, A. Lev
ing, R. Brewer, T. Gorney
T. Turk. J. Bosco. T. Black
erick, L. Lambermont, A
Bruni, R. Stevens, S
Schwarrz, R. McJunkin, R
Ludwick. D. Marriott
Third Row: J. Adkins, R
Connor, D. Voegtlin, T
Lasher. D. Mitchell. A
Patz. W. Rovs. M. Berta
ko. C. Zaleski, F. Locherta
R. Archibald. T. Miller, G
Myers, D. Kersten, W. Sey
bold. R. Shamblin. H. Bo
land. S. McKee. L. Smith
The Junior Tri-Hi-Y membership is open
to any junior girl who can fullill the club
requirements and subscribe to its purpose. The
formal installation of ollicers was held in the
new Y.M.C.A. where later the girls enjoyed
various sports and used the swimming pool
and other such facilities. The Tri-Hi-Y has had
an active year. Among their projects was the
sending of money to the Veterans' Hospital for
the purpose of buying records for their enter-
tainment. The Junior Tri-Hi-Y is under the
guidance of Miss Boucher.
O F F I C E R S
Prexirleriz ..... SUSIE LAATU
Vfft'-PI'l'.8'fl!l'llI . . MARLENE COWAN
Secretary . . . POLLY ZILNER
Treasurer- . CARMEN MANNELLA
The Senior Tri-Hi-Y, under the guidance of
Mrs. Terwilliger, is an active service club
sponsored by the local Y.M.C.A. The club
has met several times in the new "Y" building
with use of its facilities. A car wash was
conducted and name cards and Christmas cards
were sold to raise funds for their major project,
Suzanne Swerts of Belgium, whom the club
adopted this year through the Foster Parents
Plan for War Children, Inc. The Senior Tri-
Hi-Y is open to all senior girls.
Prvritlwzr . . . CnARLo'r'rE Hood
l"ive-Frm-iflerzr . PATRICIA MCCov
Sm-relury . . JOANNE MAssl
Tfl'llSlll'l'l' . . PENNY MEDLEY
First Row: Bailey. P. Bur
nntt. Crusan. B. Baldriclc
D. Phillips, P. Horkt-n
bt-rrv. M. Hansotte. L
Sciilro. l.. Hobick. S. Free
St-rond Row: P. Bngany. K
Patterson. P. Stitt. C. Gal
ft-rnno. C. Moore-. Sen
nt-it, R. Ht-user. R, Goch
Third Row: l7, Sullivan, A
Patterson. A. Wareliam, J
Ret-vc-s. T. Lasher, R. Mor
gan. W, Whitaker. C. Rice
R. Morgan, N. Lt-vcndorf
The Dramatic Club. under thc direction of Mrs. Alice Klinkc. is composed
of juniors and seniors interested in amateur theatrical work. This year the club
presented the very dillicult "Our Town." a play which is well-known to members
of the junior and senior classes. As the actors did a superb job. the club was highly
commended for its work. Once a month the members meet during an activity
period to plan their many activities. This year the club made trips to sec several
enjoyable dramatic presentations.
l'l'l'.XlflL'Ill . . . . CARI NTOORI-.
lf'ire-Pmsiflwil Roc:i1R lVloRtaAN
Svc'rv!ury . ANN W.ARlilIAhl
Trvamrvr- BARBARA B.-Kl.DRlC'K
llrunmlic' Clulv 1m'Hllwr.x in Iwo .lf'l'llL'.l fronz "Our TUIVIIH.
Thr rm'1'l1y l'lilIll'l'llHlllll l'iAill't1 flu' Mujn1'vI1z'.x ut ilu'
flium mul than wvnl In flu' lziluh Arlzfml.
:Lv IIAIHII Ihr' ftildlllllfll u'u.x' juflllrml lu
fH'A'f'Il l'lll.X.Kt',X, lull Ilia .Nfll1ll'lIf.Y in Illm' lilvrf
uml c'lm,w.x n'4'rc H'lIl'Ixill.L' f1'ilig4'l1Ily.
Ken High's Band is quite an important part ot' the high school life. They arc
seen at every football and basketball game. The Band also marches for many
parades. Every summer, the Band and Majorettes spend a week at the Booster's
Camp near Salisbury, Pa. Here new music and drills are perfected to present at
the coming football games. Annually, the Ken High concert Band joins with four
other Valley bands to present a concert. This year Carol Knapp, James Haddad,
and James Lagoon represented Ken High at the district band group. Evelyn Elder
and Louis Durburow attended district orchestra. We also can he proud that James
Lagoon was chosen to attend state band which is quite an honor. This organization
is governed hy the check mark system are the Majorettes and Choir.
Imaxirlwzr . . . . liixiu Kufokin'
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The Ken High Majorette Corps, a very
active and popular school organization has
been a welcome addition to the High
School Band for ten years. The Corps is
under the direction of Mr. John Stephens
and consists of forty-four girls who train
with the Band at Salisbury, Pennsylvania,
to prepare their eye - appealing, tricky
dance routines and drills for the coming
season. The "Rockettes," applauded
wherever they perform, are led by head
majorette, Katherine Patterson. Her assis-
tants are Peggy Heise, Judy Bailey, and
Myrna Carrop. This organization through
its tireless efforts and hard work has
gained renown as the finest high school
majorette corps in the valley.
lflrst Row: P. Phillips. C. lluth. P Tobin
Second Row. S. Ames. Y. liotfo. L. Sfulrn
lwrst Row: -l. Bailey. Nl. Cfarrop, K. Patterson, P. liens.-
St-rond Row: Prom-stu. D. Caesar, ll. Parklull. ll Sioka l ll: ti
ililllfd Row: P. Bogany. G. SCYVQIIKI. S. Moon-. I' Gt-
Fourth Row: S. Croyle, Desanto. M. llirowi-r, D. Kal v ll l v
Fifth Row: P. Stitt. IJ. Beatty, J Nlrlntlrv. A l"tln.ntl ll N1 ll nl
Sixth Row: H. Smith. C. Nelson. P. Vlasylilt. lf Gt-rm. pn
St-vt-ntli Row: R 'llriliriantt-. P. lfrt-nrlx. l7. 'Wootls S ,-Xl ali n l S x
The Senior Cheerleaders are Sue
Ames, Pat Phillips. Lois Sculco and Pat
Tobin and juniors, Carol Huth and Yolan-
do Tocco. This active squad began their
training for the N55-56 season at the
Booster Camp at Salisbury, Pennsylvania.
These spirited six, attired in red sweaters
and white skirts, cheered the football and
basketball teams on to victory. Along with
their able sponsor Miss Catherine Hood,
they are invited to attend the football and
basketball banquets. At the conclusion ol'
the season each girl is awarded a letter
which is a large "K" placed on a mega-
phone. They receive our commendation
for their hard work.
Swinging around the corner, the tele-
vision camera spied a group of boys ad-
vertising the German Club dance, several
choir members practicing their Trepak
Dance, the rush in the halls between
classes and an art class working faithfully
at its tasks.
First Row: T. Brooks, Willianis, W. Carion. R. Nelson. R. Froiiduri, C. Cheatham. D. Halvura. B. Gensamet.
Second Row: E. Sharpe, M. Orchik. Grammar, D. Camp. Hines, Drake. R. Howard. D. Wiley.
C. Wiley. C. Grammar. R. Hajel
Third Row: W. justham. C. Davis. Lipinski. H. Haser. R. Drake. R. Perriello. B. Shaw. R. Khalil, Rosak.
R. Lubresky. W. Bowser. Touchstone
Fourth Row: A. Levendoslcy. W. Green. D. Marriott, D. Lewis. I.. Calabrese. T. Arbutiski. Edmond.
J. Adkins, W. Rays. Lallussa. B. Archibald, Eberhardt
Varsity Football 1955
Facing one of their toughest schedules in history the Ken High Red Raiders
compiled a record of 3 wins and 6 losses this year. Although they lacked the size
and experience necessary for rough Class AA competition, the sophomore studded
varsity showed great promise for next season. The coveted Renaldo Kozikowski
trophy was won by lineman, Donald Camp.
Mr. Primozic, a newcomer to Ken Hi's
coaching staff. helps Mr. Fletcher develop
Mr. Slosky trains the boys to become
hard hitting. quick thinking backs.
Mr. Fletcher. the head coach, develops
Ken Hi's stalwart forward wall. This is
Mr. Fletchers seventeenth year of coach-
ing at Kcn Hi, during which time he won
thc W.P.l.A.l.. championships in 1946
Mr. Marshall coaches the junior varsity
team and is responsible for scouting Ken
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Football Scores 1955
Hi I3 Erie Cathedral
Hi I9 Vandergrift
Hi 7 Johnstown
Hi 7 Turtle Creek
Hi 0 Altoona
Hi 7 Greensburg
Hi 0 Har-Brack
Hi 6 Mclieesport
Hi l3 Latrobe
Firm Row: R. Drake, D. Camp,
R. Perriello, R. Howard, R.
Fronduti, T. Brooks, T. Eber-
hardt. R. Khalil
e on ow: . LaRussa, T. x-
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butislci, D. Lewis, R. Archibald.
L. Calzbrene. C. Grammar, C.
The boys pause for the
A Rez! Raider goes for
.xlmrl yardage against Van-
First Row: j. Haddad. B. Greenberg. B. Shaw. Rosak. N. Jones. T, Resek, R. Hxitchisoii
Second Row: R. Fronduu. H. Haser. G. Easley. D. Brooks. R. Brooks. D. Lewis, W. justham
This year our basketball team had a very successful season. They regained
the Section l title that they lost to Ford City last year and completed the regular
season with I9 wins and 3 losses. Although they lost to Carnegie in the opening
round of the W.P.l.A.L. playoffs, we can be very proud of the excellent play and
line sportsmanship they showed throughout the season. Another highlight of the
season was the breaking of the individual season scoring mark by Rodger Brooks.
Mr. Slmlfy, Kali Highs' llL'!l!I' cmlrli. Iwi his f'fllQl'I'.S' In ll wry .r14i'4'c'.v.s
xtuxwi. This year the tcflm won the W.P.l.A.L Sectimi I lirlv.
Danni UIIILY ri rebonml ax Rodger
gait reuzli to lend z1.s'sis1unc'f'.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
Ken Ford City
Ken Central Catholie
Ken Ford City
Ken Hi 50 Carnegie
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W M es. E. Cipollone. E. Collodi. C. Cheatham. R. Sekula. B.
7 ydel, R, Drake. C. Davis. D. Coury. G. Eaulev. D. Marrimxrt, H. H
Mr. Vvitvlx IX the Junior V!ll'.X'if.V vmzc'
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORFS
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TRACK AND FIELD
iiirat Row: C. Wlltfvh li. 'Lili
ani. Wtxlfc. G. Szajim
Ni. Orfhik, F. Girnrdl
Second Row: R. Rorzon. D
Hzlrsixhilrger. R. Rowley. H
Goth. G. Pitts. L. Rvntvk
A. Panian. D. Ashhnugh
Third Row: R. Lt-cgcr. H
Miltls. T. Znlt-ski. O
'I'r.iini, R. Haier. G. Gay
hart. C. Vaughan, if
Nlatht-ws, B, Kraft. Mr
Fourth Row: W, Royn. L
Rutkownki. V. Fibk. R
Cieglinaki, R. Cnllinx
TRACK AND FIELD CROSS COUNTRY
Ken Hi SV: 3 Greensburg I I I Q Jeannette 42V2
Ken Hi 25'fi 3 Shziler lOl I6
Ken Hi 38 3 l4g Jeannette 88 l I I4
Ken Hi 371 Scottdale 90
Ken Hi 30: Butler 97
Ken Hi 561 Hur-Bruek 62
Westmoreland County Truck Meet Ken Hi I
Marion Center 37
iiirst Row: H. Imm. R. Hoi-
loway. Bohrer. D. Keiser.
H. Courhman. R. Bulger
St-rond Row: Mr. Chegwid-
den. L. Howard. F. Linder-
man, O. Trami, D. Harsh-
burgr-r, L. Pentek. R. Row'
ley. L. Korzon, R. Aiessio
Hi 3 Arnold
Hi 2 Freeport
Hi 5 East Deer
Hi I Har-Brack
Hi 6 Tarentum
Hi l Arnold
Hi I5 Freeport
Hi 8 East Deer
Hi 3 Har-Brack
Hi I0 Tarentum
Hi 5 Hur-Brack
Hi I3 Elders Ridge
Hi 9 Shaler Twp.
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T0 0liK AT URPHY'
My name is Betty and I have a story which I
think will interest many of you. It's about my ex-
perience in the retailing field. Believe me, Variety
Store business is fast-moving and interesting. Each
counter is a store in itself.
Here at Murphy's one learns retailing from the
bottom up! I started out as an extra salesgirl, working
every day after school. When I was graduated, I was
fortunate to be placed in charge of a counter. I never knew how really
interesting this work could be . . . it's just like having a shop of my own.
I'm growing here, taking more responsibility as I go. There's still
more room for advancement . . . I can work myself into a position of
merchandise buyer, section supervisor or bookkeeper in the office. Soon
I hope to be selected to train for the job of Personnel Directress in a large
new Murphy Store.
All of us at Murphy's have an equal chance to better ourselves. From
what I can see Murphy's is tops in training . . . and there isn't a store
in town to beat Murphy's on Employee benefits!
If you're ambitious to make a "go" of retailing, join the "Gang" at
M1u'phy'3 soon as you can.
G. C. NHRPHY C0lVIPA Y
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THIS BOOK IS BOUND
CENTRAL DRUG STORES
"Famous For Low Prices'
New Kensington' Pa' Kingsport, Tennessee
BOB MILLER SHOES
A Business Education Doesn't Cost . .
961 Fifth Avenue
COMMERCIAL SCHOOL "Shoes For The Entire Family"
156 McCargo Street EDison 7-3611
Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF 1956
AND MFG. CO.
JIM WOLFE'S GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Electric and Acetylene Welding
2540 Leechburg Road
Phone: ED. 5-7441 New Kensington
FERGUSON AUTO GLASS SERVICE
Replacements for All Makes Cars and Trucks
731 Church Street ED. 5-1131
New Kensington, Pa.
Cooper-McKee Insurance Co.
SMITH McKEE, JR., Prop.
1038 Fourth Avenue
KAMP'S SHOE STORE
921 Fifth Avenue
C0,np1fme,,,S of Phone: EDison 9-9375
Little's Doctors Pharmacy C A N D Y L A N D
422 Ninth Street Home Made Quality Candies
Phone: EDison 7-7669 417 Ninth St. New Kensington, P
Phone: EDison 9-9861
. 24-Hour Towing Service
LUCCHETTI AUTO WRECKERS
VINCENT LUCCHETTI, Prop.
JUNK CARS BOUGHT - USED PARTS SOLD
2300 Constitution Blvd.
New Kensington, Pa.
Fourth Avenue New Kensington
H. A. KLINGENSMITH 86 SONS
APPLIANCES, HARDWARE, AND SPORTING GOODS
912-91 8 Fifth Avenue
New Kensington, Pa.
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" OU PICK THE SPOT-WE'LL SEND YOU"
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,,o, C . LEONARD F. PALETTA
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'ziz 9-9604 Travel Service
1230 FIFTH AVENUE NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
ALLEGI-IENY VALLEY INDUSTRIAL
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
STREM ST DIOS
865 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE CLASS OF '56
A L E X S L O A N
943 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa.
KEYSTONE DAIRY T H E L M A ' S
Quality Dairy Products v
For That Something
- Phones - I
, Different and Better
ED1son 7-3568 MOntrose 1-3020
329 Sixth Avenue 964 Fourth Ave. New Kensington, Pa.
G Compliments of
VICTOR SPANIEL, Owner LARRY'S AUTQ REPAIR
2015 Freeport Road 506 Eighth Street
Phone: EDison 7-6331 EDison 5-5011 New Kensington, Pa.
New Kensington Typewriter Co. C"m"'i'm""'1 of
Gifts -- Greeting Cards I Y
Typewriters and Omce Supplies 912 Seventh St. New Kensington
931 Fifth Avenue EDison 7-3525 EDison 5-9440
NU-KEN CANDY AND CIGAR COMPANY
Notions - Drugs - Toys - Candies For Every Season
647 Fifth Avenue EDison 7-8821 New Kensington, Pa.
EMROSE DRUG STORE
, EDison 5-2941 818 Fifth Avenue
New Kensington, Pa.
Better Values in Smarter Fashions For Better Men's Wear
EDison 5-4212 946 Fifth Avenue
L. G. BALFOUR CG.
Class Rings and Pins
Diplomas Z Personal Cards
Represented . . .
C. M. KLIN GEN SMITH
424 Greenhurst Drive
Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh 16, Pennsylvania
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1956
For Quality Cleaning Try
IDEAL CLEANING COMPANY
A Neat Appearance Is a Good Investment
1151 Taylor Avenue EDison 5-5961
LOGAN LUMBER CO.
With Three Convenient Locations At
845 Bames Street-300 Fifth Street 415 Fourth Avenue
New Kensington, Pa. - Tarentum, Pa.
Gladly Serves Both Young and Old
New Kensington - EDison 7-3527
ED 7-4204 Lucy Plewa, Mgr.
MILLINERY -- UNDERWEAR - DRESSES
TURNER BOOK STORE
HOSIERY - CURTAINS EDi50n 7-761 1
936 Fourth Ave. New Kensington 919 Fifth Ave' New Kensington
A. S. BELLAVIA, Prop.
Diabetic Foods, Fruit and Produce
EDison 7-6404 801 Fourth Avenue
"Meet Crown Wear Diamonds"
Shepard Building EDison 5-2222
SHEPARD 86 COMPANY
Real Estate -- Mortgages
Since 1892 New Kensington, Pa.
JESS TAUB JEWELER
940 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa.
"Outfitters for Men and Boys"
950 Fifth Avenue EDison 5-8441
ALWAYS For Leadership in
LOOK TO Style and Quality
New Kensington, Pa.
B L O S E R ' S
OFFICIAL JEWELERS TO KEN HIGH
960 Fourth Avenue
GEORGE BROTHERS 86 CO.
Next Door to Liberty Theater
For All Your Insurance Needs
Knapp Insurance Agency
1043 Edgewood Road Phone EDison 5-7532
New Kensington, Pa.
Autenreith's Dollar Store
924 Fourth Avenue New Kensington
AND STORAGE COMPANY
l004 Stanton Avenue
EDison 5-2331 New Kensington
House ov SINCERE SERVICE
AT THE BRIDGE-2nd AVENUE 8: NINTH STREET
Successor to Eich Motor
Your Dodge - Plymouth Dealer
New Kensington, Pa.
GAS - OIL H ' , S . -
ACCESSORIES - TIRES - TUBES G", Wwe f""'t"""g , 1
Pick Up and Delivery Service Room 205, First National Bank Building
Seventh Street 8: Constitution Boulevard EDison 7-7251 New Kensington
M I L L E R B R O S .
QUALITY SHOES FOR 50 YEARS
908 Fifth Avenue
NEW KENSINGTON,S LARGEST SHOE STORE
United Glass and Ceramic Workers
LOCAL No. 17
"United We Stand-Divided We Fall"
86 APPLIANCE CO.
4th Ave. at llth St. EDison 7-3204
The Best Comes From A
Corner Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street
Phone: EDison 5-1411
Musical Instruments and Supplies
Music and Art Center
Dispensers of Happiness
HAROLD L. WALLY
I nsurance - Real Estate
205-6 Broad Building New Kensington
NEW KENSINGTON ART GLASS
86 MIRROR WORKS
Art Glass, Mirrors, Beveling and Resilvering
Plate and Window Glass
J. B. Piemme, Prop.
EDison 5-1903 Cor. Stanton 8: Walnut
UNITED CLEANING CO.
Certified Odorless Dry Cleaning
419 Tenth Street EDison 5-7011
E. J. Murtha
M. J. STEINER
"Say It With Flowers"
874 Fifth Avenue EDison 7-4547
"Reliability and Quality For
Twenty-Eight Years in Business"
ADOLPH'S SHOE STORE
878 Fifth Avenue Phone: EDison 5-6111
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY,
JEROME MOTOR CO.
OLDSMOBILE - CADILLAC
can EDison 7-7635 Phone: EDison 7-4563
1240 Fourth Ave. Amold .
J. C. PENNEY co.
Always First Quality
825 Fifth Avenue
New Kensington, Pa.
Flowers of Distinction
Phone: EDison 5-1051
704 Fifth Avenue New Kensington
CONGRATULATIONS . . .
May the Class of 1956 Have Suc-
cess in All Their 'Worthy Efforts
GLENN BUICK CO.
Phone: EDison 7-4589
STORM'S HOSIERY SHOP
FOR GIFT ITEMS
Hosiery - Gloves - Purses
Costume Jewelry - Handkerchiefs
Lingerie - Blouses - Umbrellas
710 Fifth Avenue New Kensington 945 Fifth Avenue New Kensington
Compliments of Compliments of
SILVERMAN'S DRUG STORE Z I N A M O N ' S
Phone: EDison 77691 , 972 Fifth Avenue New Kensington
401 Freeport St. New Kensington
- SCOTTS BAKERY
727 North Street New Kensington
Dependable Furniture Since 1906
New Kensington Vandergrift
J. s. PATIQSL soNs
FORMAL WEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS
COMPLETE RENTAL SERVICE
857 Third Avenue
Phone: ED 7-4751
AND INSURE WITH . . .
ALLEN -MORGAN AGENCY
THE LEADERS FOR ALL INSURANCES
REALTORS - MORTGAGES
EXPECT TO BE TREATED GRACIOUSLY AND EFFICIENTLY
PARNASSUS BANK BUILDING
GENERAL PRESS CORPCRATION
350 East Seventh Avenue - D Tarentum, Pa.
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