Niles McKinley High School - Dragon Yearbook (Niles, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1958 volume:
The McKinley Dragon I 9 5
This year the student body of McKinley High took residence
in a new 31,500,000 school building. The provision of this structure
can be looked upon as a physical tribute of the confidence, faith,
and hope that the adults oi Niles have in the future of their com-
munity and its youth.
And so it is, with a deep and humble appreciation, that the
Class of 1958 shares with the reader a pictorial account of the
first year at New McKinley.
Carolyn Coates ---- Editor-in-Chief
Kaye Gibson - - Assistant Editor-in-Chief
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Daytime hours from eight-thirty Monday
morning until three-thirty on Friday, one
finds 1VIcKinley's classrooms a beehive of
student activity. In addition to the aca+
demic subjects, such as biology, students
follow their vocational interests in many
directions such as shop, home economics,
band, or art. The library provides refer-
ence materials on many subjects.
A TYPICAL DAY FOR OUR ADVISOR
One phase of education is ending for
the class of 1958. For some it will be the
last of their formal schooling: others will go
on to higher levels of education.
As sophomores. we began our high
school life in a typical manner, when lVlrs.
Anna H. Clark assumed the role of class
sponsor. ln our junior year we proceeded
with a class play, the annual sale of Christ-
mas cards, and the big event - Prom, which
we put on for the class of '57,
Now we are seniors, looking ahead to
graduation and the future, hoping it will
prove as rewarding as our high school
days. For our high school days have been
happy tirnesg good times, times that can
never be forgotten.
A DISCUSSION OF CLASS AFFAIRS
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In this yearbook, the 1958 Dragon,
we, the staff, haveitried to present
the "Blueprint for Better Education"
which is followed at McKinley High
School. This book is meant to depict
the different phases of school life
throughout the school year.
As the architects followed blue-
prints in constructing this building,
so the purpose of an education is
the foundation in our blueprint for
life. With a good foundation we can
become responsible citizens, part of
the blueprint for a better America
and a better world.
Our part as Seniors in this blue-
print ,is finished: We present this
annual to you, the reader, with a
little sadnessrbecause it gends our
year, but with -happiness thatfwe
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clubs pages I6-31
band pages 32-34
chorus pages 35-37
Seniors pages 38-59
Juniors pages 60-63
Sophomores pages 64-69
Athletics pages 70-83
Faculty pages 84-91
Annual Staffs pages 92-98
When we first entered McKin-
ley High We were buried under
the impression that life here was
lacking the essentials of the 'true
high school atmosphere' We conf
tinued with this impression until
one day someone led us, maybe
even pushed us a little, to join
and participate in student activi-
ties. Thus the saga of the student
year began. We felt a bit guilty
at times about letting our home-
work go for an afternoon or eve-
ning, while we crowded the time
with committee meetings, Hi-
Crier and Dragon deadlines,
speech tournaments, music con-
tests, impromptu parties, and the
ever present problem of decor-
ating for that big dance. But then,
this is a memorable phase of
'high school life.'
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Council R presents Student Body
Row 1. S. Sygar, D. Capots, A. Frasca, I. Edison, B. Garlow, P. Perica, K. Bender.
G. Smith, I. Sheldon.
Row 2. D. Helenberger, I. Martin, D. Toriello, G. Cretella, N. Trimbur, M. Nevin.
K. Trimbur, I. Sweet, B. Sernulka.
Row 3. G. Betsarakis, D. Hoodin, F. Buccella, I. Para, W. Mathews, I. Coupland,
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Solon Officers Plan Project.
Student Council is the school's gov-
ernment. Through it, students can ex-
press their opinions and thoughts.
Representatives oi each homeroom
make up the government group.
Establishing monitors in the library
was one ot the important accomplish-
ments ot the Student Council this year.
Iohn Coupland ----- President
Richard Helenberger - Vice President
Iudy Sweet ----'-- Secretary
George Betsarakis A'-- Treasurer
Bill Sernulka A - - Sergeant-at4Arms
T. Craig Bond
Members Develop Speaking Skill
National Foren.-'ic League
Our National Forensic League this
year had a very rewarding season. The
varsity debate team and other in-
dividual events qua'ified for the State
Finals held in Columbus.
Charles Cera ---- President
Charles Gerheim - - - Vice President
lack Ryan - - - Secretary-Treasurer
McKin1ey's State Speech Contenders
Row 1. S. K. Thompson, R. Kramer, G. Smith, R. DiTallo, M. B. Polley, E. Fidram,
I. Callison, I. Markley, A. Campiield, L. Bianco.
Row 2. O. Davis. I. Tetrick, D. Coleman, I. Rajkowski, R. Humphries, D. Walters,
I. Woodcock, E. Varanelli, E. Quigley.
Row 3. I. Ryan. P. Sharp, C. Cera, B. Iaiie, G. Betsarakis, D. Hoodin, D. Sanders,
A. Trimbur, R. Morrall, C. Gerheim.
Club Promotes Interest In Teaching
Row 1. I. Stankewich, I. Lynn, S. Billig, E. Varanelli, A. Campfield, R. Kramer. B. Szelest, M. Bhcka
How 2. I. Sweet, M. Merlo, P. Casey, P. Bernard, S. Crow, S. Reed, I. Rajkowski.
Ann lnstructs on Student Teaching Day.
Future Teachers of America
The purpose of this club is to enlighten the
student about the opportunities in teaching and
to help cultivate in the student the essential
qualities of a good teacher.
One day each year the members ot the
F.T.A. are assigned to grade schools and junior
high schools to observe classrooms in session
and to gain first-hand experience by teaching.
Ann Campiield ----- President
Sue Billig V ' - - Vice President
Mary Merlo - - - Secretary
Patricia Bernard - - - Treasurer
Miss Valor Shurrager
Journalists Report Daily Happenings
Row 1. A. Perrone, B. Satterlee, N. Trimbur, C. Coates, G. Infante,
N. Papas. D. Tolbert.
Row 2. C. DeMasi, B. Fillian, B. Shriver, P. Ciletti, P. Mymo,
. . Editors
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1 flef Nancy Papas Geraldine InfantePat Ciletti
Beth Satterlee Nancy Trimbur Betty Fillian
What would we do without Hi-Crier? Hi-Crier. Sports Editors
the school paper, informs us oi the latest events -A-mh0nY Peffone DGHHY Tolbefl
and views of Niles McKinley High School. Advisor
Robert G. Clark
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Pat and Nancy Keep the Files. The Editorial Staff at Work.
Crganizafions Provide Sociabilily
Row l. D. Malone, D. Hoodin,
R. Zuzulo, D. Campana, B. Hoover, E. Pitzer,
Row 2. R. Masciangelo, B. Troutman, N. Roberts, B. Leonard, I. Davis, D. Guarino,
D. Burnside, I. Fowler.
Row 3. H. Elliott, C. Young, R. Predika.
Key Club Radio Club
A newly organized Club gn Niles McKinley High This is an organization for students in McKinley
School is the Key Club. This new organization is High wrthy an interest in radio, electronics, H1-F1
. . . and associated subjects.
a service club sponsored by the Kiwanis. 1 I
S . . I 1 d b th b The Radio Club this year set up an amateur
ewlce pwlecs Pef Orme Y e mem ers were radio station in the school, lor the purpose ot
ushering at the basket ball games, assisting with giving pyacficcl expefience in Opemging and
the city's Easter Egg Hunt, and collecting for the technology.
Cancer Fund Campaign. Officers
Officers Iack Kagarise ----'-- President
David Hoodin ------ President Donald Sanders - - Vice President
Richard Malone - - Vice President Oilve Ann Davis - - - ' Secretary
Harold Elliott V - - Secretary David Hudspeth - - Chief Technician
Ralph Zuzolo - - . . . - Treasurer Michael Bartik ------ Treasurer
Robert G. Clark Iames R. Townley
O. Davis. I. Kagarise.
D. Hudspeth, D. Sanders.
Row 1. T. Ingledue, P. Walters
Row 2. E. Snowden. R. Matteo
Service Groups Promote Projects
IUNIOR RED CROSS
Row 1. K. Gibson. P. Perica. S. Vine, I. Zavar, B. Erdos, D. Coleman, I. Tetrick.
I. Callison, C. Schink.
Row 2. R. Predikcr. I. Yurask, E. Fidram. M. Lorenzetti, K. Bender, A. Campfield,
G. Brienza, R. Predika, A. Parise.
Junior Red Cross
This organization believes in service for
others, for our country, for our community
and for our school in health of mind and
body to fit us for greater service: and for
better human relations throughout the world.
Pupils join the American Iunior Red Cross
to help achieve its aim by working together
with members everywhere, in our own and
Kaye Gibson ----- President
Patty Perica - - - Vice President
Geraldine Brienza - - - Secretary
Ann Campfield - - - Treasurer
Anthony Parise - - Sergeant-at-Arms
David L. Prosser
Whenever we get hungry at a football
game we qo to the concession stand to buy
something to eat.
To provide this service. the members of
the concession committee give up their leisure
time to work.
Row 1. R. Wieda, R. Bundy, M. Waller, D. Heltzel, C. Vigorito, A. Liberator,
D. Raschilla, K. Ross, D. Gerlach.
Row 2. S. Valot, E. Siler, I. Bicklyn, M. Strohmeyer, B. Spillman, M. Nevin,
P. Muoio, L. Ferro, G. Carbone.
Row 3. W. Thompson, D. Mclntyre, B. Canaan, B. Pearce, R. Bowden,
R. Masciangelo, M. Bartik, R. Morrall, D. Campana, F. Buccella.
Mr. Davis Explains A Principle of the Auto.
Behind The Wheel
Are you interested in cars? Why
not join the Behind the Wheel Club?
This club promotes safety by teaching
the correct and safe way to drive.
Barry Hatton ------ President
Linda Cutright ---- Secretary
Salvadore DeLucicr - - -
Vice President and Treasurer
William Z. Davis
Pupils Improve Driving Conditions
Row 1. B. Hatton, L. Cutright, A. Pellino, D. Lancaster, F. DeMarco.
Row 2. M. Bartik, D. Toto, D. Campana, S. DeLucia.
Girls Assist In N H S Office, Library
Row l. S. Billiq. C. Hunyady, A.
Cherry, I. Orcutt.
Row 2. B. Satterlee, I. Woodcock,
K. Bender, B. Garlow.
Office Assistants Library Assistants
In the office of the school we have messengers ln the library we have helpers who are called
called office assistances. They run errands and the library assistants. These airls check books
greet visitors. These girls are a great help to the collect lines, and assist in keeping the library in
School Secretary. order,
Miss Betty DiFebio Miss Beatrice Millard
Row l. I. Murray, M. Merlo, I. Iones, P. Perica, S. Pressell, D. Gerlach
Row 2. S. O'Ma1ley, W. Ellis, I. Bibarich. N. Rice, D. Zamarelli, I. Sweet
Row l. S. Russell, B. Thomas, S. Bissell, M. Mangino, N. Trimbur, G. Infante
I. Retort, F. Nagy.
Row 2. P. Stanec, I. Lynn, P. Lukz, N. Lawrence, C. DeMasi. B. Filhan
B. Shriver, B. Pelton, A. Fenton.
Row 3. B. Misocky, F. Luptak, B. Ioseph, M. Bruno, M. Marchetti, M. Pr1ce
D. Smith, D. Heltzelk, S. Ohl.
Pupils Prepare For Future Work
1911 I ll rc Business LClllI'C7'15
The Future Business Leaders of
America is an organization that carries
on various civic projects. To join the
F.B.l,.A. a student must have two years
ot commercial subjects. F.B.L.A. pre-
pares its members for leadership in thc
Faith Lurvtal: ----- President
Barbara Misocky - Vice President
Donna Heltzel ---- Secretary
Sally Ohl - -
Ada Mac- Fenton - - - Reporter
Miss Patricia Casey
Sue Works As A Hall Monitor.
Honor Society Returns 'ro McKinley
Iohn Seems Puzzled With
National Honor Society
This year marked the rebirth of the
National Honor Society at Niles Mc-
Kinley Hiqh School. Membership in the
National Honor Society is one oi the
highest honors a student can receive
in high school. To be eligible for
membership, a student is judged on
character. leadership, scholarship and
service to the school and community.
The Salesmanship of The Girls.
Pete Sharp ----- President
Iohn Coupland - - - Vice President
Patricia Perica - - - Secretary
Miss Anna M. Campana
Miss Beatrice Millard
David L. Prosser
Miss Dorothy Dew
Row 1. I. Ryan, P. Perica, S. Pressell, B. Jaffe, W. Matthews.
Row 2. C. Gerheim, D. Sanders, P. Sharp, C. Cera, I. Coupland.
Individuals Participate In Activities
S ta,Q'c Crew
An important group in Niles McKin-
ley High Schcol is the Stage Crew.
These boys and girls construct stag-
ings tor the plays and musical pro-
grams throughout the year. Working
together. they see that the stage is
properly prepared for the various pro-
Sam Natoli ------- President
Bob Gumino - - V Vice President
Cay Hunyady ----- Secretary
Anthony Sherock - Sergeant-at-arms
Ronald Iones ---- Treasurer
Mrs. Anna H. Clark
Trigo-Tron is a science-math club.
Its purpose is to instill greater in-
STAGE CREW terest in science and mathmetics among
the students ot McKinley High School.
Row 1. N. Roberts, A. Magazine. D. Marino, C. Hunyady, u
P. Snyder, M. Nori, A. Sherock. Officers
Row 2. I, Scott, R. Krenciprock, L. Beveridge, R. Gumino, Charles Cercr ----- President
I. Stittler, R. Snyder, I. Sandtrey, N. Masciangelo. Pete Sharp ----- Vice President
Row 3. B. DePerro, D. Lenney. D. Chietto, R. Berensci. Charles Gerheim - - ' - Secretary
I. Law, F. Buccella, S. Natoli, R. Robinson, G. Mag- Rocky Tripodi ----- Treasurer
azme, A. Sgambati. Advisors
P. R. Lamb
Row 1. R. DiTallo, M. Polley. M. Knepshield,
I. Sweet, I. Tetrick, C. Boren.
Row 2. D. Hudspeth, C. Cera, G. Smith, I.
B. latte, R. Tripodi, T. Hammond.
Row 3. I. Ryan, P. Sharp, B. Pearce, D.
I. Kagarise, C. Gerheim, I. Coupland, S.
B. Madden, O. Davis, P. Walters,
Woodcock, S. Reed, D. Coleman,
Sanders, F. Kulon, W. Mathews,
Crew Operates Movie Projectors
Row 1. E. Snowden, I. Miles, H. Iewel.
Row 2. B. Troutmcrn, F. Kulon, D. Toto. R. Morrcrll.
Projection Crew Q
The boys in the Projection Crew assist
teachers by showing movies to classes. They
give up their time so that other students may
enjoy the benefits oi seeing films.
Frcrnk and Mr. Prosser Look Over Equipment
Science Enthusiasts Make Debut
Row 1. I. Reiss, G. McQuaid, W. Coe, L. Brady, I. Miles, D. McCormick,
Row 2. R. Swegan, R. Zuzulo, F. Ioseph, D. Campana, D. Mcrllin,
A. Doutt. I. Fowler.
Row 3. R. Hussey, T. Vranko, I. Hendry, R. Masciangelo, D. Calderone.
It Won't Be Too Long Now!
Another new club organized at Mc-
Kinley Hiqh School this year is the
McKinley Science Club. The purpose of
this club is to provide an opportunity
for students to do experimental type
projects in various phases of science.
Only sophomores may join.
David McCormick - - - President
Ralph Zuzulo - - - Vice President
Danny Campana V - - Secretary
Aurel Moresan ---- Treasurer
Ioe Hunter - - Sergeant-at-Anns
Mrs. Anna M. Macali
McKinleyi'res Aid In Driving Safety
This year marks the beginning of a
new Safety Club. The club promotes
safety around school. Members also
help stage safety programs and tire
drills at NHS.
William Z. Davis
Row 1. L,Brady.E.Lazz1o W Crisp I Edison D Lancaster A Pellmo L Cutright
Row Z. R. Zuzulo, A. Cherry E Quigley I Sheldon S Syqar I Callison I Martin
Row 3. D. Mallin, F. Buccella C Younq Y DeIVIarco B Hatton B Stillwagon
I. Henry. S. DeLucia
Band Performs For School Funcfions
I-low 1. R. Matteo, D. Pearce, C. Young, H. Ripple, C. Lawson, I. Rajkowski, C. Ring, R. Morrow, B. Erdos
Row 2. I. Cluse, C. Waddell, P. Morrow, M. Matash, D. Ziegler, E. Dorchock, A. Frasca, lVl. Sallustio
G. Brienza, R. DiTallo, C. Boron, E. Lazzio, O. Davis, P. Casey, A. Erdos.
Row 3. E. Quigley, M. Knepshield, S. Reed, M. Wiltrout, C. Iohnson, I. lVlcLean, R. Brendija, I. Callison
R. Predika, C. Marino, B. Phillips, I. Curto, C. Giancola, R. Sawyer.
Row 4. I. Braun, B. Bacos, I. Taylor, V. Caruso, P, Theodore, F. Schweitzer, A. Roberts, P. Treharn N
Frasca, A. Sawyer, H. Iewel, S. Ferguson, K. Hilty, G. McQuaid, I. Inlante.
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Al And Fred Practice for Concert.
iVcKi11ley High Bam!
Providing a musical background lor
many school iunctions was but one ol
the activities of the NHS Band during
the 1957-58 school term.
Among other accomplishments, the
band members participated in the
Halloween Parade, various music con-
tests and they played lor the com-
mencement exercise. They also pre-
sented CI Winter concert.
Rosemary Morrow, Olivecmn Davis, Charles Young, Richard
Sawyer, Mary Ann Matash, Ieanne Rajkowski.
Swing Band Plays For Dances
Row l. N. Frasca, B. Iones, Director Douglas Hartzell, R. Durst, R. Zuzulo.
Row 2. A. Sawyer, H. Iewell, L. Quigley, L. Vivolo.
R.. J-, gn
I. Rajkowski, O. Davis, B. Erdos, A. Erdos
Head Majorette, R. Morrow
R. Stevens, C. Ring, P. Casey, E. Lazzio
Musical background for the high
school play was furnished by the
Dance Band. These iellows also
played for the Mardi Gras Dance
sponsored by the Senior Class.
Besides adding a touch oi beauty
and color, it is the duty of the
school majoretles to lead the Niles
High Band in its performances.
Vocalists Sing For City Clubs
Seated: H. Kramer, I. Mohn
Standing: C. Smith, M. Lorenzetti, B. Madden, I. Orcutt,
I. Callison, B. Hunt, M. Knepshield, R. Predika, S. K. Thompson.
Missing: S. Pressell
Sin fing Belles Sinffin Beaux
' -A group ot NHS female vocalists compose a As proof that the girls at NHS can't get
singing group known as-the Singing Belles. D-ur- ahead of the boys' 'HI-he Singing Beuux'-I G male
ing the past year the girls sang for local service Ensembl t M K. I I 1 d 5 h
clubs, PTA meetings. and Christmas carols during t 9 U C In ev G50 Per Orme Of t e Sef-
'he yuletide holiday- vice clubs and PTA meetings.
C. Cera. I. Kagarise, I. Ryan, I. Coupland, C. Gerheim,
P. Sharp, K. Nixon, I. Scott
Not pictured: G. McQuaid
Chorus Sings For Various Occasions
Row l. S. O'Mc1lley. I. Pericu, I. Cclllison, P. Trehurn, G. Salem, C. Smith, C. Pcxrise, B. Erdos, B. Mears, K. McGuirk,
E. Quigley, M, Knepshield, S. Reed. L. Theodore. I. Brooks.
Row 2. A. Erdos, B. Futey, P. Campbell, I. McLain, I. Riviellcx. I. Tetrick, I. Zcrvcrr, C. Iohnson, I. Mdrkley, M. Sisco,
C. Owens, S. Mercer, R. Predikcr. S. Hogan, M. Blicku, W. Iuckson. V. Hutchings, D. Roschillcr.
Row 3. B. Echnoz, I. Ienninqs. M. Iones, S. Billig, B. Hunt, D. Ccrmpfield, I. Orcutt, M. Lorenzetti, L. Cutriqht. I. Kouttmcm.
D. Dinars, I. Mohn, S. Pressell, R. Bundy, S. Bissell, S. K. Thompson.
Row 4. B. Madden, M. Corso, S. Cramer, S. Brincko, W. Crisp, R. Stubile, A. Coimpiield, I. Roberts, R. Kramer, D. Heltzel,
T. Pollock, E. Varcmelli. B. Pelton, M. Price, P. McNevin, P. McFadden, L. Szbcidos.
Row 5. I. Scott, I. Petrelld, G. lVIcQuaid, I. Llewelyn, B, Troutmcm, T. Collins, I. White, D. Mcillin, W. Coe, D. Mullin,
D. Ccrmpdnci. L. Glunt, E. Gruber, H. Elliot, I. Hunter, C. Cercx.
Row G. N. Frcxsccr, K. Nixon, A. Nuzzi, B. Hillman, B. Sywy, I. Davis. I. Fowler, M. Bcxrtik. C. Gerheim, P. Shcrrp, I.
Kciqarise. I. Ryan, I. Couplcnd.
.5 :ZZ Chorus Officers
President - - - 5 Shirley Pressell
Vice President - - - - Icrck Hyun
-' Secretary-Treasurer - - Bczrlzcrrcr Mears
--' Historian ---' - Sally Hogan
Director Fred L. Fusco.
B. Mears, S. Pressell, I. Ryan, S. Hogcxn
The McKinley High School
Chorus sang for the dedication
of the New Niles McKinley High
School cmd the Open House
Ranking high among their
other activities was the Spring
Rehearsals Were Frequent in Preparation for Our Annual Vocal Concert on April 11 and 12
For the pupils enrolled at
NHS during the 1957-58 school
term, the activity of the year
provided surprised, rewarding
moments, and disappointments.
But as members of respective
classes, by tradition, we took
the events in stride making the
most of them, and in our youth-
ful manner looked optimistie
cally to the future. The student
body at NHS this year con-
sisted of 288 Sophomores, 224
Iuniors, and 194 Seniors.
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Seated: S. PresseH, Secretary -
D. Tolbert, President
Standing: I. Wolfe, Vice-President -
S. Stonkus, Treasurer
Missing: D. Naples, Sergeant-at-Arms
Concluding their high school
days, the class of 1959, the first
class to graduate from the new
Niles McKinley High School, will
greet the future with gratitude
for the new facilities provided
them by thc city's taxpayers.
During the past year the seniors
sponsored a Mardi-Gras dance
and sold dolls in the colors of the
COLORS: Purple and white.
MOTTO: "Self trust is the first
secret of success."
ADVISOR: Mrs. Anna H. Clark.
Yvonne Abdoo Michael Bartik Peggy Bamhart Richard Bauman
Patricia Bcllitto Ronald Bcrcnics Frank Bernard Richard Bernard
Richard Beveridge Lillian Bianco Borboro Bollinger Robert Bordell
Florida Moe Bowling Samuel Bowser Janice Bradbury John Brown
Motildo Bruno George Buccello Rachel Bundy
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Mary Ann Camerino Ann Campfield Robert Canaan Ronald Capots
Nancy Carvin Dorothy Casey Charles Cera Jennie Cervone
Monell Cheeks Carmen Cicero Barbara Clemens Janice Clusc
Yvonne Abdoo is Crowned Homecoming Queen.
Carolyn Coates John Coupl-and Corole Crnsofi Ido Cristo
Joseph Cupido Lindo Cutright Julio D'Andreo DeEtto Deon
Martin Dellinger Salvatore DeLucia Frank DeMarco Virginia Dennis
Della Dinos Regina DiTaIIo George Dufolla Janet Durst
Classtime is a happy time.
Barbara Echnoz Marvin Edwards Ada Mae Fenton Roger Ferko
Louis Ficdor Mary Fontanella Roseann Frandanisa Barbara Garlow
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Charles Gerheim John Giangardella Kaye Gibson Corrine Griffiths
Thomas Hammond Leland Hare Barry Horton
Leonard Holloway Patricia Holmes Gail Hope
David Hudspcth Carolyn Hulett Christina Ifft Theodore lnfontc
Mr. Strock Gives Some Advice in Shop Class
Tcrry lngledue Robert Jaffe Pauline James Judith Jennings
Robert Johnson James Jones Judith Jones Mary Lou Jones
We'11 Never Forget Those Study Sessions.
Peggy Jones Beverly Joseph John Jusfis
John Korovic Judith Kouffmon Helga Kieltsch
Ruth Kramer Frank Kulon Darla Lancaster Theresa Lateano
Nancy Lawrence William Leo John Leonard Ronald Logon
Patricia Lukz Faith Luptak JoAnn Lynn Arthur Magazine
Marie Marchetti Edith Martin
Reynold Matteo Carol Menz
Mary Grace Miele
James Miller Barbara Misocky John Mitrega Janet Mohn
Carolyn Coates and Denny Tolbert Discussing the Dciy's Events
Mory Jonc Montevideo Williom Moron Rosemary Morrow Phyllis Mymo
Borboro McAllister Potricio McFadden Dennis McNamara Reko Nagy
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Richard Naples Som Notoli Kerwood Nixon Albert Nuzzn
Solly Ohl Judith Orcutf Nancy Popos Anno Lee Porker
cmd Design Provide G Challenge to NHS Artists.
Louis Patrone Beecher Pearce Andrea Pellino Patricia Perica
Anthony Perrone Victor Pefillo Mary Blanche Polley Joanne Poprik
Shirley Presscll Leonard Quigley Joyce Ribarich Nancy Rice
Miss Campcmds History Classes Are Always Alive.
Jeanne Roberts Richard Robinson Sandra Ross John Ryan
Mary Sallustio James Sampson Donald Sanders Beth Satterlee
William Scrnulka Angelo Sgambati Paul Sharp
Margaret Sipusic Dorothy Skeleski Doris Smith
Margaret Spahn Pctc Spetsios Rose Stobilc
Janet Stankewich Carol Stapleton Robert Stiles Sally Stonkus
James Sudono Judith Sweet Louise Szabados Beverly Szelest
Mary Takacs Betty Tobin Dennis Tolbert James Tompkins
A Dramatization in English IV Creates Happy Hearts.
Alex Trimbur Kenneth Tripodi
Anthony Vecchione Richard Velican
Rocky Tripodi Joyce Vaughn
Raymond Vigorito William Vincent
Sandra Vine Martha Waller Donald Wiggins
Carl Williams Martha Williams James Wolfe
Another Day Begins at the Locker.
l Francis Gudaitis
John Zavar Ronald Ziegler
Judy Jerina William Edwin McConnell Rosemary Cesario
Seated: T. DeMont, president:
G. Betsarakis, sergeant-at-arms:
Standing: L. Ciminero, treasurer:
I. Scherer, vice-president:
B. Shriver, secretary
How l. S. Billiq, C. Boren, C. Casper.
P. Casey, R. Brickley, M. Blicka.
D. Camplield, D. Capots, A. Cherry.
Row 2. C. Brienza, M. Allen, P. Al-
tioro, P. Bernard, A. Berensci, B.
Bohne, M. Brutz, C. Caruso. C.
Row ITG. Betsarakis, P. Allen, B
Birskovich, D. Calhoun, B. Brown.
R. Bundy, D. Bowker.
Row 1. S. Cramer, W. Crisp, O. Davis
S. Crow, D. Co'eman, M. Corso
R. Cheeks, L. Clay, L. Ciminero
Row 2. B. Dixon, A. DeLuca, P. Crish,
N. Colitte, I. Clark, D. Costello,
I. Davis, D. Chieffo, T. Corcoran.
Row 3. E. Drobik, T. DeMont, M.
Dinas, F. Costanza, B. Cline, S.
Cline, R. Ciminero, G. Coupland.
With our first year of high
school behind us, we entered
our junior year with great
plans in mind.
The highlight of our activi-
ties was the Iunior-Senior Prom,
but we enjoyed participating in
money raising projects and
planning our class party.
Mint green and white.
FLOWER: White Carnation.
MOTTO: "Strive to seek to iind
and not to yield."
Miss Anna M. Campana.
Row 1. B. Ellison, W. Ellis, I. Gonnella.
L. Ferro, E. English, A. Guarino,
G. Frasca, B. Erdos, B. Futey, A
Erdos, M. Fabian.
H. Garlow, C.
Row Z. I. George.
Froom, I. Fara, I. Estes, E, Grove
R. Hallock, D. Farr, I. Feidor, D
Row 3. B. Gumino, T. Grohl.
Row 1. P. Llewellyn, E. Limongi, M.
Kajtar, S. Lawrence, V. Hutchings
P. Hosay, B. Madden, B. Hribko
M. Knepshield, B. Hunt, W. Iackson.
Row 2. F. Hunter, M. Iones, I. Iames
E. Lazzio, C. Iohnson. S. Mackey
I. Henry. B. Hoover, B. Kovach.
Row 3. I. Holmes, D. Hoodin, G. Knight
B. Hill, R. Hutchings, R. Iones
R. Krenciprock, B. Hillman, M.
Mainhart, I. Heister.
New National Honor Society Members Elected in March
Row 1. K. Gibson, C. Coates, I. Tetrick G Sm1th R Kramer
R. DiTal1o, O. Davis.
How 2. I. Rajkowski, M. Polley, I. Sweet I Scherer B Garlow
D. Malone, A. Trimbur, S. Thompson B Bohne B Mears
D. Coleman, I. Woodcock, B. Madden
Row 1. B. Ziegler. lVl. Wiltrout, M.
Williams, S. K. Thompson, E. Var-
anelli, S. Tirlea, I. Woodcock. D.
Wahers, I. Zavar, I. Yuhasz, D.
Row 2. P. Walters, S. F. Thompson.
M. Tripodi, S. Wiles, B. Thomas.
D. Toriellio, C. Young, B. Vaupel,
Row 3. B. Williams, T. Williams, B.
Williams, D. Williams, I. William-
son, F. Tuiaro, D. Ziegler.
Row 1. M. Stambaugh. I. Simione, B
Tabor. R. Stevens, S. Russell, P
Taylor, I. Tetrick, G. Smith.
Row 2. E. Rossi, R. Snyder. P. Stabile
M. Skiffey, F, Schweitzer, R. Shaw
G. Sexton, I. Sandfrey.
Row 3. B. Sywy, E. Snowden, I. Scherer
T. Scarnecchia, E. Scarnecchia, D
Sawyer, M. Schneider.
Homeroom 21 1
Row 1. T. Pollock, C. Ring, C. Reynolds.
T. Reynolds, L. Rodgers, S. Reed.
E. Quaranta, M. Price. B. Pelton.
D. Orwig, I. Rajkowski.
Row 2. D. Rich, I. Retort, R. Perietti.
S. Randall, B. Patterson, L. Owens.
M. Petak, G. Reese, R. Predika. 'K
Row 3. B. Nestor, T. Ross, D. Ross.
A. Pcxrise. A. Platt, I. Parker, B.
Row 1. G. Morgan. K. McGuirk.
lVIcNevin, P. Nardo, F. Nagy.
Mears, I. Mcmgino, M. Mcrtash,
Nass, M. McConnell,
Row 2. S. Mihokovich, I. Martin, G
McCloskey, I. Merlo, N. Mariotti
D. Malone, I. Marino, C. Mazza
Row 3. K. McAninch, B. McCullough,
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Recitation and Blackboard Dicussions Are Common to McKinleyites
As we assembled in the fall
of 1957, we looked forward to
the many new adventures pre-
First on the agenda was the
election of officers and the sel-
ection of a class advisor, after
which our activities began. We
have yet to select our class
motto, colors, and flower.
ADVISOR: Mrs. Leah Schisler.
Seated: D. Leonardi, treasurer:
B. Leonard, president:
I. Perica, secretary.
Standing: N. Roberts, vice-president:
F. Gumino, sergeant-at-arms:
Row 1. I. Brooks, C. Brown, S. Brincko
R. Brindiar, K. Bender, L. Brady
I. Belcastro, K. Butler. N. Ahrendt
Row 2. H. Albu, I. Bickley. B. Bacos
C. Belcastro, I. Braun, A. Binion
I. Bowman. R. Binion, R. Bowser.
Row 3. D. Burnside, I. Burton, I. Bon
anno, I. Bassett, I. Altobelli, R
Calabria. L. Iones.
Row 1. D. Loqcm, C. Cosby, I. Custer
D. Cox. T. Chietfo, G. Cretella. I
Corso, I. Callison, D. Chuirazzi
How . M. Uanyi, C. Carbon, V
Caruso, C. Caruso, D. Campana
W. Coe, M. Callow, I. Callow.
Row 3. R. Calderone, C. Casey, T
Corso, G. Crone, G. Carter, R
Cook, C. Crane, D. Casey.
How l. P. Flanigan, P. Flynn, R. De-
Marco, L. Foor, E. Dorchock. S
Filipan, E. Fidram, P. DeChristofaro,
C. Dolens. L. Ferro.
Row 2. L. Ferguson, I. Fonce, H. Elliott
I. Davis, B. DePerro, S. D'Errico
P. Flynn. I. Edison. I. Para.
Row 3. I. DeFalco, D. Dunbar. I. Ponce
A. Doutt, M. DeIerome. P. Phillips
M. Ferradino. B. Fagnano.
Row 4. D. Davis, I. Dyling. R. Durst
I. Dufallo, B. Demur, B. Dennis.
Row 1. C. Hess. I. Glaser, A. Frasca.
E. Harker, M. Hare, I. Hall P.
Gregg, S. Gatta, D. Gerlach.
Row 2. F. Gumino, P. Hanshaw I
Foster, G. Heitzel. K. Hilty, L
Hamner, I. Given, O. Hall, I
Row 3. L. Glunl. B. Harper, N. Frasca
C. Giancola, P. Guerra, B. Harris,
N. Fredricka, D. Guarino. I. Fowler.
Row 4. D. Fuda, G. Helmick, I. Hen-
dry. C. Granger, E. Greuber.
McKinley Pupils Take Advantage of New School Provisions.
Q 4 L L
Row 1. S. Vallot, P. Treharn, M. Wag
ner, B. Walker, R. Wolfe, C
Waddell, C. Vigorito, M. Wright
M. Ziegler, P. Villio, C. Yurkus.
Row 2. K. Trimbur, R. Wieda. D
Voohries, T. Vranko, R. Thorns
berry, M. Panissidi, C. Yoders, F
Whitney, I. White.
Row 3. A. Yurga, C. Fallo, L. Vivolo
B. Troutman, R. Zuzolo. A Williams.
Row l. I. Infante, I. Iniante, C. Leckie
M. Koncsol, P. Iudy. C. Hunyady
R. Humphries. T. King, S. Iohnson
Row 2. I. Kovell, C. Iohnson, S. Hogan
M, Kramer, N. Kines, N. Iohnson
E. Iackson, B. Kale, D. Leonardi
Row 3. D. Iones, F. Crish, I. Hunter
R. Hussy, R. Kopp, B. Iones, H
Iewel, T. Iackson, F. Ioseph,
Row 4. D. Lenney, B. Leonard, R.
Hoodin, P. McCloskey, I. Law, T
Holmes, E. Iohnson.
Latin and Speech Have Key Positions in the NHS Curriculum.
We Learn Many Lessons from Maps and Movies.
Row 1. M. Lorenzetti, P. Morrow, C
Logan, R. Luptak, A. Liberator, I.
Murray, I. Miles, D. Minneck, K
Molar, P. Muio, D. Lowe.
Row 2. G. Liberl, I. Markley, C. Mar-
ino, F. Micele, S. Mercer, R. Mas-
ciangelo, R. Morrall, I. Llewellyn
Row 3. D. McCormick, D. Mallin, A
Muresan, D. Mallin, E. Madden
R. Marino, E. Liberator, G. Maga-
zine, F. Miller, D. Martin.
Row 1. C. Paris, C. Parise, M. Nevin
R. Predika, S. Parker, I. Nardo, I
Palmer, S. Pierce, C. Owens, I
Perica, S. O'Malley.
Row 2. I. McClean, E. Quigley, M
Pavolilio, I. Postlewait, A. Pascar
ella, E. Pitzer, D. Newell, G. Mc
Quaid, F. Pierce, D. Pressell.
How 3. I. Petrilla, D. McElhaney, N
Osika. I. Mclntire, D. Pearce, R.
Ostrode, M. Nori, B. Phillips.
Row 1. S. Sherock, D. Raschilla, I
Sheldon, C. Schink, A Roberts, I
Riviella, P. Semple, E. Silen, M
Sisco. I. Ross.
Row 2. S. Sech, G. Salem, E. Sand
irey, K. Ross, K. Scott, C. Ross
A. Sawyer, N. Roberts, P. Rein.
Row 3. S. Rider, I. Reiss, I. Shobel
I. Sallustio. C. Severin, D. Ramsey
Row 1. I. Szekely, D. Sutter, C. Smith,
C. Szczotka, I. Taylor, L. Thedore,
M. Sohyada, R. Slane, B. Spillman,
Row 2. M. Sisco. S. Sygar, M. Sloan
F. Smith, B. Thomas, R. Swegan
L. Stabile, I. Skiffey, B. Stambaugh
Row 3. I. Sloan, B. Thompson, A. Span-
goletta, T. Stone, W. Thompson.
School Facilities Aid in Classroom Presentations
Basic to the curriculum at Mc-
Kinley High School are the academic
subjects taught in the general class-
In addition to the regular academic
courses offered at NHS are the voca-
tional arts subjects. These include
mechanical drawing, shop, and home
A secretarial course for those
pupils interested in this line of work
is also available at McKinley High
School. Here the standard commercial
subjects are offered.
"We want a touchdowng we want
a touchdownl" Often we screamed this
phrase as We sat huddled together in
the stands. Although our gridiron sea'
son was shortened by the 'flu bug' and
we did not win all our games, we will
never forget the dramatic moments
supplied us by our varsity eleven.
Basketball came and we packed into
the new gymnasium to see an un-
predictable, but crowd pleasing hard-
wood quint provide us with thrills and
chills. We've seen better years and
expect to see better ones to come, but
an undefeated season is not the prime
requisite. Sportsmanship and spirit are
still way in the lead. These we had.
Football Provides Many Thrills
QUAI eu wr It
Row l. R. Bernard, I. Coupland, R. Robinson. I. Wolfe, A. Sherock. L. Patrone, I. Leonard
R. Ziegler, S. Natoli, T. Perrone, I. Mitrega, B. Leo, D. Tolbert.
Row 2. B. Leonard, N. Mariotti, M. Nori, M. Skiftey, N. Brutz, M. Dinas, D. Calderone, R. Iones
R. Krenciprock, C. Grainger, E. Rossi, D. Ramsey.
Row 3. N. Roberts, I. Henry, D. Marino, C. Mazza, I. Skitfey, D. Iones, R. Infante. C. Crank
T. DeMont, P. Ioseph, R. Zuzolo, D. Guerra, G. Helmick.
S. Cline - F. Whitney - B. Hoover
During the tall, the sports
attention is centered on the
Niles McKinley gridiron. The
Red Dragons finished a suc-
cessful, yet flu shortened sea-
son, with many bright spots
occuring against rugged com-
ZIGIEH, Showing the Old College Spirit.
fony Pgrrgng Sammy Natoli Ronnie Ziegler 101m Miifeqfl AUlhOnY Shefock
Gee! I Missed Him, Coach!
Six Big Red and Blue Points.
September 13 - Niles 12
Erie Prep G
Climaxing 65 and 63 yard
drives with scoring plays of two
and eight yarcls, the Niles Red
Dragons defeated Eric Prep, 12'
6 at the local's Riverside Sta-
dium tonight, in the Red and
Blue initial outing ol the 1957
September 20 - Niles 7
After an evenly matched.
scoreless first half of football.
the Farrell High Steelers ex-
ploded for four touchdowns and
three conversion points in the
second segment of play to clown
the Red Dragons, 27-7 before a
sparse crowd of hometown
fans at Riverside Stadium to-
September 27 - Niles 12
McKinIey's initial efforts in
Steel Valley Conference football
competition for the current sea-
son concluded on a sweet note
tonight when, paced by the
break-away running of Senior
Ron Ziegler, the Red and Blue
smacked out a 12 to 6 victory
over the Boardman High Spar-
tans on the lose-r's gridiron.
Iohn Leonard Richard Robinson Dennis Tolbert Richard Bemard Iim Wolfe
October 4 - Niles 0
Campbell Memorial 31
Steel Valley Conference play
for lV1cKinley's Red Dragon grid-
iron machine was balanced out
tonight at one and one for
the season following a crushing
31 to O loss at the hands of an
overpowering Memorial Red
Devil aggregation before 3,500
spectators at Riverside Stadium.
October ll - Niles 31
Austintown Fitch 12
Austintown's highly publicized
pass-throwing threat was squel-
ched in Niles tonight as the Red
and Blue, behind a fleet-looted
ground attack, smothered the
Falcons, 32 to 12 to gain its
second win in three encounters
of Steel Valley Conference play.
October 18 - Niles - Struthers
Cancelled - Influenza Epidemic.
October 24 - Niles - Akron Ellett
Cancelled - Influenza Epidemic.
November 1 - Niles 7
Resuming gridiron competition
after a two week lay-off because
of an influenza outbreak. the
NHS Red Dragon eleven battled
to a 7 to 7 deadlock with the
Hubbard High Eagles tonight
on the loca1's football halt-acre.
November 8 - Niles 19
With little regard for near
gale force winds, the Niles Mc-
Kinley football charges of Coach
Joseph Bassett flattened their
arch-rival, the Girard High In-
dians, l9 to 7 tonight to bring
the curtain down on the 1957
grid season and finish with cz
4 win, 2 loss and l tie record.
You've Got to be a Football Hero!
Iohn Coupland Bill Leo Lou Patrons
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L. Patrone - B. Hoover - I. Youll
Reserve Squad Enioys Cage Season
Left to Right N. Roberts, B. Leonard, D. Iones
M. Mainhart, I. Allen, D. Caldrone. G. Helmick,
Perrone Scores Again.
, D. Ramsey, S. Corso
I. Davis, D, Voorhies.
Cinclermen Achieve Recognition
Row 1. A. Perrone, I. Cupido, D. Wiqqins, R. Ziegler, R. Marino. T. Grohl, D. Hoodin. N. Roberts.
Row 2. W. Moran, I. Mitrega, M. Skifiey, D. Naples, N. Mariotti, M. Dinas, I. Henry,
T. Iniante, B. Bohne, D, Gunrino, S. Rider.
Row 3. D. Campcmn, L. Vivolo, D. Malone, C. Crank, H. Elliott, I. Carris, R. Zuzolo,
C. Cera, I. Coupland.
Ah, Springlg Ah, Track!
This spring the thoughts for some
two dozen McKinley lads, turn not to
love, but rather to the NHS Cinder
For, from mid-March to the end of May,
these local field and track praticipants,
under the guidance of Head Coach
Dominic Match, supply ample thrills
for track meet fans. With a nine meet
slate facing them this season, the Red
and Blue Thinclads are sure to carry
the NHS banner to lofty heights.
Cheerleaders Build School Spirif
Row 2. P. Perica, B. Echnoz, K. Gibson
Perica, I. Zavar, B. Futey, S. Sherock, K. Trimbur, N. Trimbur
Row 1. K. McGuirk, I. George. B. Thomas
These charming Senior and Iunior
girls lead the cheering sections at
all varsity football and basketball
games. They also presented pep rallies
before various games. The cheer-
leaders are Seniors Kaye Gibson,
Barbala Echrioz, and Pat Perica.
Iuniors are Karen lVIcGuirk, lean
George, and Billie Rae Thomas.
Chosen in the fall to cheer for re-
serve basketball qames and to par-
ticipate in the pep rallies were Iuniors
Beverly Futey, lean Zavar. and Nancy
Trimbur, and Sophomores Kathy Trim-
bur, Io Ann Perica, and Shirley
Diamond Crew Gives C-ood Showing
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Row l. E. Scarnecchia, R. Ferko. P. Crish, R. Ziegler, I. Giangardella, L. Patrone.
Row 2. F. Costanza, G. McClosky, W. Cline, I. Miller, B. Leo, W. Moran, M. Edwards.
Row 3. R. DelVIont, D. Calhoun, L. Fiedor, R. Kopp, Mr. Lawrence Pallante. Coach,
D. Caldrone, I. Sygar, G. Sexton, I. Karovic.
The Battery for Today
The national pastime, baseball, also has its
effects at Niles McKinley, as evidenced by its fine
competitive record over the past years under Coach
Larry Pallante. This year's diamond crew is formed
from the nucleus of last season's team that finished
as a top contender for the district tournament.
Playing a dangerous slate, Niles has always shown
well for itself in any league.
They Roam the Outfield
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GAA Offers Various Opportunities
A. Roberts, B. Echnoz, B. Garlow, K. Gibson, B. Ellison
Girls A th letic Association
The GAA, sponsored by Miss Dorothy Dew, is
an organization that provides an intramural program
for the girls in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth
grades. The members of this activity participate in
volleyball, basketball, softball and such individual
sports as table tennis, badminton, and shuiileboard.
Barbara Garlow .,............. ..... P resident
Betty Ellison ..... ..,... . . Vice-president
Kaye Gibson ......, ...... S ecretary
Antoinette Roberts .. ........ Treasurer
Barbara Echnoz ,... .. . Social Chairm n
Advisor ,,,,,,,,,, .,,, M iss Dorothy DSW G.A.A. Games Provide Recreation
Row 1. B. Ellison, K. Gibson, B. Garlow, M. Bowling, A. Parker.
Row 2. A. Roberts, P. Stanec, E. Lazzio, C. Smith, M. Sloan,
Faculty and Administration
Board of Education
Seated: William Bohnep Miss Anna D. Masteller, clerk-treasurer, Iack W.
Burtch, president: Samuel I. Bonham, assistant superintendent of schools.
Standing: Dr. A. I. Altierog Attorney Paul Z. Hodge: Dr. Louis Ralston: Paul
E. Smith, superintendent of schools.
PAUL E, SMITH SAMUEL I. BONHAM
Superintendent, Niles City Schools Assistant Superintendent
Niles City Schools
Board of Ed.
The Board of Education, consisting
of William Bohne, lack Burtch, Dr. A.
I. Altiero, Paul Hodge, Dr. Louis Ral-
ston make the local rules which gov-
ern our school system.
Paul E. Smith, the superintendent
of Niles City Schools is doubly in-
terested in all McKinley activity and
is a frequent visitor within the halls
of NHS. Assistant superintendent Sam-
uel I. Bonham directs the maintenance
of the city school buildings.
McKinley High Schoo1's Principal,
Robert H. Sharp, directs the cmfriculum
and activities of the school. He is assist-
ed in his many duties by his adminis-
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ROBERT H. SHARP
McKinley High School Principal
Miss Dorothy Dew
Miss Betty DiFebio
Mrs. Leah Schisler, Mrs. Anna H. Clark, Robert G. Clark.
Miss Valor Schurraqer, Miss Helen Duer
Mrs. Leah Schisler:
English III, IV
Mrs. Anna H. Clark:
Robert G. Clark:
Miss Valor Schurraqer:
Miss Helen Duer:
English II, Ill
7 E, A'fi 5 V K
Donald Sullivan: , 5' , 9 Q - 'Lf X
World History, Speech , ' Q T ,E ,
Miss Edith Evans: C ii AMA MM
Latin 11, III, IV gf 1 f"l'ff'
T. Craig Bond:
U. S. History, Spanish I, II X 1 X,
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Donald Sullivan, Miss Edith Evans. T. Craig Bond
Who Said It Isn't a Women's World?
Benjamin Davies: Business Training.
Mrs. Eleanore Schuller:
English III, Selling, Law
Bookkeeping, Senior Math
Miss Patricia Casey:
Benjamin Davies, Mrs. Eleanore Schuller, Carson Iones
Miss Patricia Casey, Iames Scobie.
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Numbers Play an Important Role at McKinley.
Myron Tiefel, Mario Bertolini, Miss Mildred Bridge, K. K. Strock.
Miss Mildred Bridge:
Kenneth K. Strock:
Shop II, III
U. S. History, World History
Driver Training, Senior Problems
Miss Anna Campana:
Senior Problems, U. S. History
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Albert Salerno, Philip Ragazzo, Miss Anna Campana
Mr. Ragazzo Instructs a Senior Problems Class
David Prosser, Glen Sechler, Mrs. Anna Marie Macali.
Thomas Cera, Philip R. Lamb
Biology, Visual Education
Mrs. Anna M. Macali:
Philip R. Lamb:
Physics, Senior Science
Iames Townley, Melvin Frank Fred Fusco, Douglas Hartzell
A Iatlzema tics
Radio I, II, Plane Geomotry
Fred L. Fusco:
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Mr. Lamb's Physic3 Class Studies the Automobile Engine. Bill and Bob Show Mr. Maiorca Their Work.
William Z. Davi
Donald Pallante, Sam Maiorca, Miss Beatrice Millard,
Miss Dorothy Dew:
William Z. Davis, Ioseph Bassett
Miss Beatrice Millard:
Coach, Boys' Guidance
Girls' Physical Education
Boys' Physical Education
Barbara Garlow, Miss Dorothy Dew,
Barb and Mr. Pallante Look Over Absence Reports.
Continually working at keeping Mc-
Kinley High School in the best oi
condition in its first year in use are
the school custodians, Ralph Walden
and Charles Beatty. Mr. Walden and
Mr. Beatty have done a fine job in
keeping the maintenance oi our new
school building at a high level.
Another beginning in the iirst year
at our new high school is the caf-
eteria. The cafeteria. run by Mrs. Kate
Stanec, Mrs. len Biamonte, and Mrs.
Iulia Charmonte and supervised by
Mrs. Mary Belle Amy. has been
greatly appreciated by the NHS
student body and faculty for the hot,
nourishing lunches they have pro-
Charles Beatty, Ralph Walden
Mrs. Iulia Charmonte, Mrs. Ien Biamonte,
Mrs. Kate Stanec
Mr. Beatty Keeps the Floors Clean.
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Second in command in the construct-
ion of this book, The 1958 Dragon, was
Kaye Gibson. Although Kaye's chief
out-of-school activity is competitive
swimming, she proved to be equally as
adept in working with the printed page
as she is with swimming.
To coordinate a student publication.
such as the Dragon, is a demanding
task. This year the responsibility for
the editing of our "Blueprint for Better
Education" was delegated to Carolyn
Coates. With the determination and in-
dustry peculiar to her personality,
Carolyn and her staff made this book
Class Editor J .
in-Chief W ..
-. Carolyn Coates
.M , Kaye Gibson
Dennis Tolbert and
.. J V Patty Perica
Beth Satterlee and
Copy . . .-.-,,,. . Mary Merlo, Nancy Papas,
Phyllis Mymo and Sally Stonkus
Headlines it Phyllis Mymo
Copyreading . , Shirley Pressell
Senior Paste-Ups it Janet Mohn and
Production Advisor ..t. A . . Robert G. Clark
Financial Advisor ,.,,............l.. Donald Pallante
The Faculty and Student Body of McKinley l-ligh School
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Annual Staff Produces Yearbook
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Row 1. K. Gibson, P. Perica, B. Garlow, B. Satterlee, C. Coates.
Bow 2. I. Tompkins, D. Tolbert, A. Perrone, B. Iaffe.
Kaye and Carolyn Take a Break from the Yearbook.
Annual Production Staff
The Annual Production Staff
produced this Yearbook. It is
through their work that we
have our 1958 Dragon.
Advisor Robert G. Clark
Group Canvasses Town
Canvassing the city
monetary aid tor the production of the
yearbook is the duty of the Annual
Row 1. I. Custer, M. Nevin, I. George. E. Varanelli, I. Tetrick, P.
Llewellyn, P. Ciletti, T. Reynolds, B. Shriver.
Row 2. S. Ohl, A. Fenton, R. DeMarco, Y. Abdoo, B. Satterlee,
C. Crisafi, B. Garlow, P. Holmes, M. Sohayda.
Row 3. I. Sudano. A. Nuzzi, I. Kaqarise, D. Ramsey, S. Natoli, A. Perrone,
R. Masciangelo, B. Moran, G. Betsarakis, F. Gumino, D. Lenney.
Mr. Clark Appears Pleased With The Dragon
Superior Metal Fabricating Company
I. A. McMahon Inc.
Home Federal Savings df Loan Association of Niles
The Wilder Manufacturing Company
Stanley V. Wilder
Wilson Insurance Agency
Weddell's Sohio Service Station
Niles Daily Times
Abraham Hoodin M. D.
Sheffler Hi-Way Express Inc.
McKinley Federal Savings and Loan
Robbins Avenue Lumber Company
E. Ross Adgate 6. Son
A. L. Williamson M. D.
Louis G. Ralston M. D.
Raymond H. Ralston M. D.
Charles W. Mathias M. D.
Richard W. Iuvancic M. D.
Traichal Construction Company
Blott's Farm Market
Arden Furniture Company
Niles Fire Brick Company
Sam Gordon Trucking Company Inc.
Brenneman Heating Service
Gay's Printing Service
Sherwood Oldsmobile Inc.
Ioseph Antenucci Inc.
Bostwick Steel Lath Company
Fusco Dry Cleaning
William McKinley Post No. 106, American Legion
Niles Auto Glass Service
Don McCaughtry Service
Carpenters 6: Iointers oi America Local Union No
Bernard's Music 6. T.V. Center
The Niles Lumber G Supply Company
Sammy's Service Station
Donald L. Bostwick, Architect 5. Engineer
MacQueen 6. MacQueen
Robins Theatre, Niles
National Gypsum Company
Association Riverside Dairy Inc.
The Allied Metals Company
H. DeMathews 6 Son Construction
Flowers By Higley's Inc.
Shively Sales G Service, Inc.
G. H. Baker, Nationwide Insurance Agent
United Steelworkers of America
Republic Steel Corp., Pressed Steel Division
The Men's Shop
Herif Iones Company
Valley Plumbing 6. Heating Inc.
Mahoning Valley Steel Company
Economy Savings G Loan
Niles Scrap Iron 6: Metal Company
Calvin's Drug Store
Progressive Photo-Supply, Inc.
Niles Garbage Agency
Niles Machine 6. Welding
Totten Insurance Agency, Inc.
Bruce's Radiator Service
Hetz Farm Account
Schink's Marine 61 Television
Western Auto Associate Store
Niles Roofing 6- Heating
Star Jewelry Company
First 61 Last Chance
Pritchard's Clothing Store
Rose Building :S Supply, Inc.
C. H. Stiver Sales :Sf Service
The Red Dragon
Iensen Hardware Company
Woodcock's Drug Store
Skiffey Insurance Agency
Kaiser Pastry Shop
Drs. N. I. 61 A. I. Altiero
Ideal Department Store
The P. E. Mansell Insurance
Frank E. Vinion Tax Consultant
Cue 6. Cushion
Dr. A. I. Dinda
C. D. Mervyn Ieweler
Dr. Stanley Engel
F . W. Woolworth
Mears Insurance Agency
I-Iilderbrands Sunoco Service
Pappada Drug Store
Holloway Funeral Home
G. N. Williams Trucking
Vargo Gas G Oil Company
Anthony's Auto Sales
Warren Sanitarv Milk Comnanv
Niles Automotive Parts
Satterlee Sohio Service
Daniel Motor Freight, Inc.
Ohio Galvanizing 6, Manufacturing
Fleck Pontiac Company
Homer H. Hoffman
Davis Plumbing Company,
Handy Andy Inc.
Leopold's Shoe Store
Ragazzo's Men's Wear
Niles Bank Company
Dollar Savings Bank
G. M. McKelvey Company
Frasca Insurance Agency
Reese Floral Art
Soda G Luscher Constructi
Fraternal Order of Eagles
M df M Motel
Harold E. Halstead
Griffith I. Davis Real Estate
The Holeton Funeral Home
McKinley Motors Inc.
Mayor Edward Lenney
Iohnny's Amoco Service
on Company, Inc
Richard W. Reese Funeral Home
Ma Perkins Inn
Federal Dry Cleaners
Russ Berline Men's and Boys' Wear
Robins Furniture Company
Dr. Samuel Iaffe
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Canton Engraving and Electrotype Company
Mueller Art Cover Company
Niles Daily Times
Patrick Bellitt, Photographer
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