Niles McKinley High School - Dragon Yearbook (Niles, OH)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1959 volume:
The Wlllldm MCKIHISY Memorxczl
Named for N les mo t 111ustr ous
as cz tnbute to WIIIICIID McK1r11ey
the 25th Presldent of the Unlled
States who was born 1n thxs c1ty on
Icmuary 29 1843
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Seated at the proverbial gateway to knowledge, two students gaze at the main entrance to McKinley
At this moment in our lives we realize that
we must look at ourselves objectively and de-
termine how much twelve years of school have
equipped us for living, intelligently, in a com-
plex, dynamic, and rapidly shrinking world.
No longer can we be primarily concerned
with the provincial trivolities of youth. Rather,
as young adults we now must willingly under-
take the serious responsibility for assuming a
functionally mature role in life.
Our goals are voluminous. However, we
possess an awareness that the knowledge and
experience gained at McKinley, over the past
three years, will enable us to perform as capa-
ble citizens in a democratic society, as well as
facilitate the fulfillment of our dreams.
Therefore, we look to what lies ahead of
us with an enthusiastic confidence that we can
face the challenges of the future.
A visit from 'ole Saint Nick highlights the Christmas assembly held annually in the school s auditorium
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.ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY
DRAGON STAFF ............,.
ADVERTISERS and PATRONS ....
Miss Anna Campana - Senior Class Advisor
We, the graduating class of 1959, wish
to acknowledge our gratitude to Miss Anna
M. Campana, our class advisor, for her asv
sistance in helping us attain our many
pleasurable experiences and accomplish-
Seated at her desk, Miss Campana relaxes after
another busy day with her senior problems classes.
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The crispness of an autumn eve Barbara Mears and George Betsar-
sets the stage for boy, girl, and foot- akis illustrate this customary fall
ball game. Equipment in hand, scene.
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a victory we displayed our emotions by dancing.
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An integral part of the fall atmosphere at McKinley is the football team and its overall enthusiastic spirit.
With football come injuries. Waiting im-
patiently for their injuries to heal, Iim Skiffey
and Dick Marino leave the stadium after view-
ing another daily practice from the sidelines.
After football season comes recognition.
Niles Head Coach Tony Mason awards half-
back Iim Skiffey with a varsity letter during
the annual football assembly.
turned cheerleaders Mrs Schisler M1SS Crishal MISS D1Fab1o Miss Casey and Miss Eckonrode
take time out during their enthusiastic cheerina
Win lose or draw the McKinley students never fail to attend grid games and cheer the team on
Clowninq around made for an enjoyable time when some of the feminine faculty members
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A popular activity during the Yuletide Season is the deco-
rating of the Christmas tree. Linda Rodgers, Peggy Dickson
and Stanley Mackey put the finishes to McKin1ey's gaily colored
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Moiiy students enjoy ice skcrtiriq ot loccxl ponds in the Niles area. Grace Fresco cmd
Nick Nloriotti exemplify the typical winter couple as they prepare for cm evening of ice skating.
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Winter parties around a snack bar provide fun filled times for many students. Tom Grohl.
Eleanor Quaranta, Maurice Skiftey, Anita Guarino, Dick Ross and Lucille Ciminero seem to be having
a good time at lVIaurice's house.
Many teenagers, like Iudy Woodcock, find study-
ing in this position, preferable to a desk in school.
A deserted boat on a peaceful lake
typities winter's serenely chilling beauty.
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Keeping our school neat and clean, the school janitors
have many jobs to do. Mr. Beatty keeps lVlcKinley's windows
spotless with much water and energy.
Weather permitting, spring also opens the track season at
McKinley. Carmen Mazza, lim Wiand, and Dick Rindtuss get set
for a start while Coach Stennett and lim Sloan look on.
These happy faces indicate what a good time can be had by playing golf, one of America's
favorite sports. Katey Slane practices, with Bob Nestor eagerly instructing her.
Spring's warm days permit peaceful hikes.
Anita Guarino and Dick Ross look at a pretty
scene while relaxing in the Mason Woods.
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Spring housecleaning provides many chores for girls
and boys alike. Betsey Shriver, clad for housecleaning,
starts to wash the dishes in another chore-filled spring day.
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Lett to Right: Dr. Altiero, Mr. Hodge, Dr. Ralston, Miss B. Turner, Mr. Bohne, Mr. Burtch
The Niles Board of Education is comprised
of Dr. A. I. Altiero, Mr. Paul Hodge, Dr. Louis
Ralston, Miss Betty Turner, Clerk Treasurer,
Mr. William Bohne and Mr. lack Burtch, who
draft the rules which govern our educational
Paul E. Smith
The overall supervision of the city's school
program is delegated to Paul E. Smith, Niles
School Superintendent, and his assistant, Sam-
uel I. Bonham. Mr. Smith, with the aid of the
teachers and the Board of Education, plans the
best possible program for those desiring a col-
lege education and also tor those who want
employment immediately following graduation.
Mr. Bonham operates in the capacity of main-
tenance director of the city school buildings.
Samuel I. Bonham
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To maintain the general supervision of
McKinley High School is the aim and duty of
our principal, Robert H, Sharp. It is his job to
arrange the master schedule, place the pupils
in their respective classes and advise a fac-
ulty of forty qualified instructors. Then, too,
our principal plans the activity calendar
Nlr Sharp received a Bachelor of Science
in Education Degree from Miami University
He also attended Ohio State University where
he earned a Master of Arts in Education Degree
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MISS DOROTHY DEW
BOYS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR GIRLS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
Varsity Basketball Head Coach Co Advisor National Honor Society
St Louis University BS Ohio Universrty B S in Ed
Kent State University MA Ohio State University MA
DONALD R. PALLANTE MISS BETTY DiFEBIO
v1smNG TEACHER scHooL SECRETARY
Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.
Westminster, M.E. in Ed.
Mr. Frcmk directs
MARIO S. BERTOLINI
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MISS MILDRED L. BRIDGE
MISS PATRICIA CASEY
Home Economlcs Club F.B.l..A. AdVlSOT
Ch: Unzverslty, MS. Youngstown Unrrerslty, EIS.
THOMAS R. CERA
LV. Basketball Couch
Nebraska State Telchers
MRS. ANNA CLARK ROBERT G. CLARK MISS ANNA M. CAMPANA MISS MARGARET
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WILLIAM H. DONEGAN MISS HELEN DUER
INSTRUIAETCTAL MUSIC ENGLISH HOME ECCIZCMICS
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MELVIN S. FRANK FRED L. FUSCO
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Middlebury College, MA.
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Directing Senior Wcxyne Mitchell in ci parking demonsiration, Philip
igizirucior, teaches students the correct cmd safe way to drive.
MISS BEATRICE MILLARD
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PHILIP J. RAGAZZO
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F4-flint he Vfheel Club
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Industrial Art Classes at McKinley provide training and experience in the operaiion of many
metal and wood-working machines. Iim Barker and Ierry Predika seem to be interested in the wood
MRS LUCILLE ROSE
Ohm Uzxxversgfy, BS. m Ed
ALBERT SALERNO MRS. LEAH SCHISLER
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Most subjects require a good deal of concentrated study. Iunior Carol Logan makes a good
example of this as she prepares one of her homework assignments.
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Our school cafeteria is run effi-
ciently by Mrs. Minnine Pissini, Mrs.
Connie Perfette, and Mrs. Catherine
Marino. These ladies prepare attractive
and nutritive meals under the direction
of Mrs. Mary Belle Amy, supervisor of
the Niles City School Caieterias.
Ralph Walton and Charles Beatty
continually strive to keep our school in
the best condition. Their 'homework' in-
cludes sweeping, fixing fthis requires a
general knowledge of everythingl. and
window washing. These jobs well ac-
quaint our janitors with the entire school
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Another class comes to receive diplomas.
Another class goes to take its place in the
We, the Senior Class of 1959, have passed
through our last year at McKinley High. Dur-
ing this year we have carried on the traditions
ot the school and distinguished ourselves soc-
ially and academically. Highlights of the social
year included the Iunior Senior Party the Senior
Banquet, and the traditional Iunior-Senior Prom.
Although we leave. we shall always
cherish our friendships and our Alma Mater.
We'l1 return in our thoughts to remember the
school that taught us so much.
Motto: "To Strive, to Seek, to Find and not
Flower: Purple Violet
Color: Mint Green and White
Miss Campana busily attends to the begin
ning of her day's activities in the senior homeroom.
Capably representing the Senior
Class are Frank Costanza, Sergeant-at-
Armsi Elizabeth Shriver, Secretary: Iames
Scherer, Vice-President: Thomas DeMont
President: and George Betsarakis, Treas
G.A.A., Pep Club, Future Business Leaders
G.A.A., Pep Club
PATRICIA A. BERNARD
Hi-Crier, Future Teachers, G.A.A,, Chorus, Pep
Club, Financial Staff, Annual Staff, Student
National Forensic League, Student Council, Class
Officer, Key Club, Prince oi Peace, Annual Staii.
Play Cast, Baseball, Pep Club. Financial Stafi
Future Business Leaders, G.A.A., Chorus
Future Homemcrkers, Future Teachers, Fulure
Basketball, Track, Triqo-Tron, Key Club, National
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Triqo-Tron, Band, G.A.A.
Behind-the-Wheel Club, Pep Club
Band. Ir. Red Cross, Behind-the-Wheel Club
Future Nurses, Future Teachers, National For-
ensic League, Future Business Leaders
Basketball Track Pe lub
Football Study Club
Baseball Pep Club
Future Busmess Leaders GAA Chorus
Future Nurses Etudent Councxl Pep Club
Band, Behind-the4Wheel Club, Radio Club
COLLEGE PREP I
Band, G.A.A., Majorette, Future Nurses, Future
CAROLINE CATONE '
Pep Club, Safety Council
DOMINIC CHIEF FO
Stage Crew, Pep Club
Seniors Iudy Woodcock, Dick Malone the Warren Iunior Achievement Associa-
and Bill Bohne discuss Iunior Achieve- tion
ment programing with two advisors from
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We will always remember the colorful the NHS halls. Ierry Hernan and George Bet-
window displays that showed so much work sarakis seem to be pondering the finished re-
and planning, also adding an artistic touch to sult of one of their projects.
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Hi-Crier, Annual Staff, Financial Staff, Pep Club
Future Business Leaders, Class Officer, Pep Club
Radio Club, Trigo-Tron
Football, Baseball, Stage Crew
National Honor Society, National Forensic
League, Trigo-Tron, Future Teachers, Pep Club
MARY ROSE CORSO
chorus, Pep Club
Football. Baseball, Track. Class Officer. Ir. Red
Cross, Study Club
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Trigo-Tron, Key Club. Radio Club, Chorus in
Baseball. Ir. Red Cross
Chorus, Future Homemakers, G.A.A..
SARA RUTH CROW
Chorus. Hi-Crier, Annual Staff
National Honor Society, National Forensic
League, Band. Radio Club, Prince of Peace,
Trigo-Tron, Behind-the-Wheel Club. Majorette
GE THIRTY SEVEN
ANNA MAE DELUCA
Future Business Leaders, Librarian, Pep Club
Hi-Crier, Annual Staff, Future Business Leaders, X6
THOMAS DeMONT if
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Class President,
Office Assistant, Librarian, G.A,A.
Football, Track, Band, Study Club
BRENDA EILEEN DIXON
Practice makes perfect and the NHS Band Mr. Donegan capably conducting the McKinley
seems to be striving toward that perfection with musicians.
MARY ANN DONATELLI
WANDA I. ELLIS
G,A.A., Future Busine
EMILY IEAN ENGLISH
Future Business Leaders Pep Club
ANNA MAE ERDOS
Chorus, Band, Mcxjorette GAA I-'ut e Nu
Future Teachers, Pep Club
BETTY IEAN ERDOS
Chorus, Band, Mcrjorette GAA Futu e N r es
Future Teachers, Pep Club Ir Red Cros
Safety Council, Track
Chorus, Behind-the-Wheel C1 b Pep Club
I OHN PARA
Track, Baseball, Stude t Co nc1l
Pep Club, Future Nurses
BETTY SUE FILLIAN
Hi-Crier, Annual Staff, Future Business Leaders
Financial Staff, Student Co
Chorus, Future Business Le
aders, Pep Club
Cheerleader, G.A.A., Future Nurses, Chorus,
Ir. Red Cross, Pep Club
G.A.A., Pep Club
Cheerleader, Future Nurses, Behind-the-Wheel
Club, Pep Club
Track, Basketball, Key Clu
Future Business Leaders
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Do you remember th1s p1cture9 These hne students were parncipants in the 1958 Youth Day ACt1Vlt1eS
Student Council, Class Offxcer Track
IOHN MACK HENRY
I ERRY HIESTER
Trigo-Tron, Track, L
I AMES HOLMES
Key Club, Football, Track, National Forensic
League, Prince of Peace, Student Council,
Key Club, Football Manager, Basketball Manager
Safety Council, Ir. Red Cross
Future Business Leaders, Office Assistant.
Chorus, Pep Club
Play Cust, Chorus, Pep Club
Hi-Crier, Annual Staff, Financial Staff, Future
Football, Study Club, Pep Club
WINIFRED MARY IACKSON
Chorus, Future I-Iomemakers, Ir. Red Cross
Future Business Leaders, G.A,A., Behind-the
Wheel Club, Future Homemakers, Chorus
CAROLE LYNN IOHNSON
Chorus, Art Club, Behind-theEWheel Club, G.A.A
Financial Staff, Pep Club
CARL I ONES
Chorus, Pep Club
Football, Stage Crew, Study Club
c.A.A., Pep cmb
Student Council, Pep Club
MARY LOIS KNEPSHIELD
Chorus, Radio Club, Triqo-Tron, Future Teachers.
Behind-the-Wheel Club, Band, G.A.A., Pep Club
Golf and badminton enthusiasts Maurice and Ron Iones typify the coming of spring and
Skiffey, Eleanor Quaranta, Lucille Cirninero, these popular warm weather sports.
Another busy day begins in the Senior Horneroom.
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Future Business Leaders
G.A.A., Majorette, Triqo-Tron, Future Nurses
Future Business Leaders, Ollice Assistant,
Annual Staff, Pep Club
BARBARA IOY MADDEN
National Honor Society, Trigo-Tron, Chorus,
Track, Basketball, National Honor Society.
MARY I O MANGINO
Future Business Leaders, G.A.A.
Football, Track, Basketball, Annual Staff,
SALLY MARIE MARR
Student Council, G,A.A.
I ACK MARTIN
Key Club, Student Council, Safety Council,
MARY ANN MATASH
Band, Chorus, Pep Club, Behind-the-Wheel Club
Band, Football, Track, Study Club
National Honor Society, Future Nurses, Future
Teachers, Chorus, G.A.A.
I OHN MERLO
GEORGE EDWARD MCCLOSKEY
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Behind-the-Wheel
Club, Projection Crew
Future Business Leaders, Behind-the-Wheel Club.
Student Council, G.A.A.
COLLEGE PREP 'P'
Pausing for a moment during art class, Seniors Iohn Fara, Dick Ross, Ray Hallock, and Fran-
cis Hunter display some of their artistry.
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G.A.A,, Cheerleader, Student Council, Fuiure
Business Leaders, Future Nurses, Future Home-
makers, Behind-the-Wheel Club, Office Assist-
ant, Ir. Red Cross, Chorus, Pep Club
Future Homemakers, Chorus
F ATIMA NAGI
Future Business Leaders, G.A.A.
PATRICIA LOUISE NARDO
Annual Staff, Pep Club
Future Business Leaders
Band, Ir. Red Cross
DARLEN E ORWIG
Ir. Red Cross
G.A.A., Radio Club
Future Business Leaders, Chorus, G.A.A.
Chorus, Behind-the-Wheel Club, Financial Staff
Art Club, Ir. Red Cross
MANY ANN PRICE
Future Business Leaders, Chorus
Future Business Leaders, Chorus, Art Club
National Honor Society, Future Teachers, Nation
al Forensic League, Prince oi Peace, Student
Council, G.A.A., Majorette, Triqo-Tron, Office
National Honor Society, Chorus, Band, Future
Teachers, Trigo-Tron, Behind-the-Wheel Club
GEORGE G. REISS
Future Business Leaders
Thls prcture lust proves that a football players dunes do not always requrre work Here
Future Homemakers, Pina
Chorus, Band, G.A.A.
Future Nurses, Office Ass
Student Council, Track
Band, Football, Behind-tbe VK ee
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SANDRA IOYCE RUSSELL
Future Business Leaders, Chorus, G.A.A.
IAMES SANDF RY
Radio Club, Stage Crew
Class Officer, National Forensic League, Prince
of Peace, Annual Staff. Financial Stall
National Honor Society, Class Officer, Hi-Crier,
Co-Editor of Annual, National Forensic League,
Prince of Peace
FRED W. SCHWEITZER
Key Club, Trigo-Tron, Annual Staff Photographer,
Hi'Crier, Annual Staff, Financial Staff, Oilice
Assistant, Pep Club
Football, Track, Study
National Honor Society, Trigo4Tron, National
Forensic League, Prince of Peace, GAA.,
Chorus, Band, Student Council, Ir. Red Cross,
Radio Club, Projection Crew ab
Senior Deanna Zgrnarelli works diligently to finish an English test before the bell rings.
Semors Esther Vcmnelh cmd George
t1on prcxcuce dunng then Clase de
B9fSGICIk1S d1scuss a Spcnlsh translauon for pronunclcr
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MARY ANN SODA
Future Busmess Leaders Future Nurses Ncmoncxl
FOISHSIC League Behmdthe Wheel Club
Future Busmess Leaders Mcqorette G AA Banc
I AMES STIFFLER
Stage Crew Proyecuon Crew
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Ir. Red Cross. Triqo-Tron, Chorus, G.A.A., Radio
Club, Play Cast, National Forensic League,
Prince of Peace. National Honor Society,
BILLIE RAE THOMAS
Cheerleader, Future Business Leaders, Chorus,
SANDRA FAYE THOMPSON
Chorus, Future Nurses. lr. Red Cross, Pep Club
SANDRA KAYE THOMPSON
National Honor Society, National Forensic
League, Prince ol Peace, Triqo-Tron, Student
Council, Chorus, G.A.A., Pep Club
Behindethe-Wheel Club, Chorus
Student Council, Track, Trigo-Tron. Key Club
Projection Crew, Band, Behind-the-Wheel Club,
I-Ii-Crier, Co-Editor of Annual, Student Council,
Cheerleader, Future Teachers, Future Business
Leaders, Pep Club
Chorus, National Honor Society, National
Forensic League. Prince of Peace. Future
Teachers. Office Assistant, Pep Club
National Forensic League, Prince of Peace, Ir.
Red Cross, Pep Club
Chorus, Radio Club, Trigo-Tron
Radio Club, Pep Club
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ence of a photographer, while Hi-Crier mem- to "get the facts" for another news story.
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Resting during o hike through Mcxson Woods, these seniors seem to be discussing some in-
We will never forget the many inspiring talks delivered to us so well bv our Principal, Mr. Robert Shcrrp.
retaryp Dick Masciangelo, Vice-President: Ted Ran-
ln addition to its members hold-
ing positions ot leadership in many
extra-curricular activities, the class
ot 1960 sold Christmas cards, candy,
stationery, and sponsored a car
All through the year the juniors
primed themselves academically and
in activities for their final year as
seniors at McKinley.
Motto: "Knowledge in Youth is Wis-
dom in Old Age."
1 Flower: Red Rose
Officers of the Iunior Class are Nancy Kines, Sec- Color: Red and Silver
Advisor: Mrs. Leah Schisler
dolph, Sergeant-at-Arms: Danny Campana, President,
and Kathy Parise, Treasurer.
IUNIOR HOMEROOM 101
Left to Right
1 - I. Braun, S. Brinko, I. Belcastro, M. Accordino, L. Brady, C. Brown, I. Bickley, F. Blanca.
2 - R. Binion, I. Bassett, D. Burnside, B. Bacos, C. Belcastro, I. Bowman, A. Binion, I. Allen.
3 - I. Schobel, I. Bonnano, I. Flynn, R. Bowser.
OR HOMEROOM 103
1 - D. Cox, I. Callison, I. Robison, V. Caruso, G. Caruso, P. Campbell, G. Carbone, C. Cosby.
2 - D. Campana, D. Chuirazzi, I. Custer, D. Callard, G. Cretella, I. Corso, T. Chietfo, R. Calabria.
3 - I. Callow, T. Collins, G. Carter, W. Coe, B. Cook, S. Corso, C. Casey.
If you don't succeed at first, try and try Iuniors Peg DeChristofaro and Dick Mas-
again. Iunior Sally Sygar proves this theory ciangelo find that doing reference work is very
while she drills to improve her shorthand helpful during the course of a school day.
IUNIOR HOMEROOM 204
Left to Right
Row l - P. Morrow, C. Paris, P. Shade, D. Minick, K. Parise, M. Nevin, I. Nardo, I. McLean.
Row 2 - I. Palmer, I. Murray, S. O'Ma1ly, I. Miles, K. Moler, B. Ravey, S. Owens, F. Miller, R. Ostrode.
Row 3 - M Nori, T. Randolph, G. McQuaid, D. Newell, R. Morrall, N. Osika, D. McCormick,
IUNIOR HOMEROOM 208
Left to Right
Row 1 - I. Rivella, A. Pascarella, E. Sandfrey, G. Salem, I. Postlewait, M.Pava1illo, I. Perica, K. Ross,
Row 2 V S. Ryder, N. Roberts, A. Roberts, S. Parker, C. Ross, I. Ross, E. Quigley, D. Pearce.
Row 3 - A. Sawyer, F. Pierce, I. Petrilla, H. Ripple, E. Pitzer, D. Pressell, P. Rein, D. Ramsey,
I. Reise, T. Ross.
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A fast start enabled the class of I
1961 to sponsor a basketball dance,
bake sale, and sell pocket diplomas
to raise class funds.
The Sophomores, a class of two-
hundred eighty students, are en-
thused, willing, and have prepared
plans for their future and the future
of McKinley High School.
Motto: "Wisdom and Knowledge are
the Fruits of Life."
Flower: White Rose
Color: Blue and White
Sum Maiorca and Albert Salerno Sophomore Class Officers are: Pat Cooper, Treas-
urer: Lena Quaglia, Vice-President: Dave Watkins,
President: Patty Crish, Secretary: and Butch Likens,
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 102
Left to Right
Row 1 - C. Bazel, A. Boggs, R. Bohne, P. Braun, P. Barnett, S. Cain, B. Allender, V. Caldwell.
Row 2 - I. Caruso, F. Biamonte, I. Bako, I. Birskovich, S. Boron, D. Callard, C. Callow.
How 3 - G. Allen, E. Trachial, B. Boag, G. Bodes, I. Barker, G. Bodajlo.
Row 4 - T. Barber, I. Berresford, R. Aulet, T. Brown, R. Adkins.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 106
Left to Right
Row 1 - D. Clemens, C. Clemente, I. Clouser, L. Cheeks, P. Cooper, P. Danyi, I. Dando, P. Davis
Row 2 - P. Crisp, S. Cristy, P. Crish, I. Chiarmonte, M. Crank, I. Cogan, K. Corbett, W. Cox.
Row 3 - I. Chuirazzi, C. Cline, P. Caruso, R. Catone, D. Crank, U. Cline, L. Coates, T. Cline.
Row 4 - E. Cluse, I. Curio, F. Cutright, L. Clare, R. Daley.
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"Men work together," I told him
from the heart,
"Whether they work together or apart."
- Robert Frost
Activities have a special meaning for
each one of us. Through them we find the
companionship of fellow students who are
all working toward the same goals, whether
it may be for social life or about the kinds
of things we may have to face outside of
Bowl L Ferro P Campbell I George B Row 3 K Nagy I Zagray L Quagha V
Fulel' L Rogers A Efdos B Mears Suty S Patterson I MCK1bbeH S
B Erdos C muh G Salem Cam I Clouser L Rader L Morrrson
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Maklng 1ts debut at Ixrles McK1nley Hrgh
School 1S a new orgamzatron the Future
Nur e Club
P P P P
a bud eye vrew of the dutres and quahh
catrons requlred rn the nursmq profess1on
The PNA conducted a door to-door
Leone ale toy collectron for underprrvr
leged chrldreu at Chnstrnas and a rrbbon
Sponsors Mrss Selena Coupland
Lena Quagha Treasurer Phyllrs Campbell
V1C6PIeS1CleI1l Beverly Futey Secretary and
Iean George Presrdent
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Drck Malone Pres1dent Gretchen Srmth Secretary
Treasurer I1m Scherer V1ce Pres1dent
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Membersh1p m the Nat1onal Honor Soc
rety IS one of the h1ghest honors a student
can attam 1n h1gh school To be ehgxble for
membershlp 1n lh1S orgamzatron a pro pect
1ve student IS judged on character leader
sh1p scholarsh1p and serv1ce to h1S school
Off1CefS th1s year were D1ck Malone
Pres1dent I1m Scherer Vxce Pres1dent Gret
Chen Smrth Secretary Treasurer
Advlsors are Dav1d L Prosser Donald
Pallante M1ss Beatr1ce Mrllard MISS Anna
M Campana Robert H Sharp MISS Dorothy
Dew Iames Townley and Donald Sulhvan
New lnductees elected 1n March 1959
Sprmg elechons mclude Iunrors Marxlyn
Kramer Ioanne R1v1el1a Karen Bender
Rlchard Morall Elynor Fldram Fhchard Mas
clangelo Iudrth Call1son Dan Campana
Holland Swegan Also elected were Senlors
Esther Varanelh Carole Boren and Sandra
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Row l - O. Davis, K. Bender, M. Knepshield, S. Wiles, P. Walters,
W. West. M. Schneider, M. Lynn, V. Suty, M. Gales, I.
Row 2 - D. Campana, R. Masciangelo, G. Snyder, I. Mcliibben, K.
Molar, D. Callard, T. Vranko, M. Schneider, F. Barber,
Row 3 - N. Colitte, I. Sandfrey, S. Ryder, B. Lilley, L. Vivolo, W.
Coe, R. Hammond, B. Clinger, G. Kaniclides.
Row 4 - K. Sanders, B. Graham, I. Berresford, D. Callard, R.
Konlon, P. DeFillipis, R. Patterson, P. Davis.
Left to Right
Row l - W. Bohne, R. Hill, G. Betsarakis, R.
Malone, D. Hoodin, R. Zuzolo, T. HOW 3
Row 2 - I. Martin, T. Grohl, D. Campana, I.
This activity is for students at Mc-
Kinley who have an interest in the field
of electronics, and its scientific advance-
ment in the rocket era.
Hooking up radio communications for
school functions and sports activities, and
a field trip to Westinghouse in Sharon
made up the club's projects this year.
Danny Campana ............ President
Natale Colitte ..... . .. Vice President
Dianne Callard ...., ...... S 'ecretary
George Kaniclides ........... Treasurer
Tom Barber ............... Sgt.-at-Arms
Advisor: Iames R. Townley
This organization, now in the second
year of service to our community and
school, strives toward better American
citizenship under the guidance of the
Service projects performed by the
members were: sponsoring the Pep Club,
ushering at basketball games and football
games and selling tickets to these events.
David Hoodin . . . ........ President
Dick Malone . . . . . . Vice President
Harold Elliot ........,....... Secretary
Ralph Zuzolo ................ Treasurer
Advisor: Robert G. Clark
Davis, E. Pitzer, F. Schweitzer, G.
D. Toriello, I. Berresford, H. Elliot, C.
Young, E. Gruber, I. Wiand, R. Hoover.
rganizafion romofed .Zac ing areem
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
Displaying an interest in the field of
teaching and the opportunities in the teach-
ing profession is the Future Teachers of
An impressive initiation and induction
ceremony, the Annual Student Teaching
Day, and various teaching projects keynoted
the activities of this organization this year.
Miss Valor Shurrager
Mrs. Oril Elder
S Hogan Secretary D Masciangelo Treasurer
N Trimbur F1ISlV1V9 President D Campana Ser
geant at Arms P Bernard President and C Paris Sec
and Vice President
Row 1 E Fidram D Coleman I Ralkowski Sutter K Parise K Ross P DeChr1st
A Liberatore A Pascarella C Paris tak M Lorenzetti P Bernard M Knep
N Trimbur Row 3 S Hogan M Kramer P Semple R Lup
Row 9 C Schink C Dolence G Caruso C shield S Reed C Casper
Logan E Varanelh D Zamarelli S Row 4 Ft Morall D Campana T Vranko
PAGE SEVENYY THREE
K. Bender, I. Raviella, M. Soyhayda, ofaro.
0l"Ql'l5iC Hague 0I'l'I'l5 tel' .SQQQCLLQPJ
Left to Rlght
E Qu1gley C Pred1ka D Raschxlla
I Markley I Calhson P Stanec G
Bnenza C Brown E Frdram
M Kramer R Luptak D Coleman I
Tetr1ck I Woodcock D Walters I
Ralkowskl S Thompson E Varane111
D Hoodrn R Morrall D Campana
A Doutt D Zamarelh O Dav1s G
Smlth W Coe B L111ey L Coates G
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Those students who have recerved
twenty f1V8 pomts for a membershrp m
the Natlonal Forenslc League make up
the McK1n1ey Chapter of N F L
These students travel to var1ous
schools where they QIVG the1r declama
txons 11 cornpet1t1on Wlfh other students
who have prepared speeches for the
Th1s orgamzatlon 15 outstandmg 1n
1nst1111ng seliconhdence and developlng
Advlsor Donald L Sulhvan
I Markley Treasurer S K Thompson Pres1dent
I Calhson Secretary and D Hoodm V1ce Pres1dent
PACE EVENTY OJR
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FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
To better acquaint its members for
leadership in the business world today
is the aim of the Future Business Leaders
A well performed Style Show, a char-
ity Thanksgiving basket and a Christmas
Tureen Dinner made for some interesting
projects and fun times for the F.B.L.A.
Miss Patricia Casey
Mrs. Lucille Rose
Mr. Iames Scobie
Mary Ann Price, Secretary: Beverly Pelton, President:
Wanda Ellis, Vice-President, Nancy Trimbur, Reporter.
Missing: Betty Fillian, Treasurer
Lett to Right Limongi, G. Frasca, L. Ciminero.
Row l - B. Fillian, G. lnfante, S. Russell, I. Row 4 - A. Roberts, I. Nardo, I. McLean, I
Iames, E. Quigley, P. Stanec, G. Sheldon, I. Perica, S. O'Malley, N
Brienza, I. Edison, L. Ferro, A. DeLuca, Kines, I. Braun, D. Gerlach, I. Brooks
B. Thomas, S. Bissell. S. Nass.
Row 2 V N. Ahrendt, M. Sloan, K. Butler, C. Row 5 - M. Wiltrout, M. Blicka, I. Yuhasz, M
Szczotka, L. Theodore, H. Albu, D. Soyhadya, E. Dorchock, P. Morrow
Chuirazzi, G. Carbone, S. Gatta, E. A. Guarino, M. Allen, M. McConnell
English, D. Leonardi, N. Trimbur. M. Mangino, B. Hunt, D. Campfield.
Row 3 A C. DeMasi, K. Trimbur, M. Nevin, W. Row 6 - B. Bako, I. Murray, E. Lawrence, R
Weida, C. Leckie, D. Raschilla, G. Stevens, B. Pelton, W. Ellis, M. Price.
Cretella, T. Chieffo, K. Slane, E.
Left to Right-IUNIOR RED CROSS
Row 1- E. Fidram, K. Bender, I. Braun, P.
ludy, D. Chuirazzi, P. Treharn, A. Lib-
eratore, M. Lorenzetti, C. Bazel, K.
Row 2 - R. Predika, R. Predika, S. O'Malley,
IUNIOR RED CROSS
This organization strives in serving our
school, our community and our country in
psychological and physical fitness, as well as
establishing international relations by working
lanet Tetrick ..................... Chairman
Ronnie Predika ..........,..... Co-Chairman
Rae Predika ............ Secretary-Treasurer
Advisor: David L. Prosser
Lett to Right-STUDY CLUB
Row 1 - CSeatedl - T. Papas, D. Crank, T. De-
Mont, I. MacHenry, E. Foster, M.
Dinas, F. Gurnino.
Row 2 - C. Granger, R. Krenciprock, B. Infante,
F. Costanza, B. DePerro, M. Lastic.
Row 3 - S. Ryder, N. Brutz, L. Vivolo.
P. Feigert, P. Yuhash, C. Holmes, S.
Sygar, D. Rincltuss.
Row 3 - I. Woods, B. Hoover, I. Beresford, L.
Vivolo, P. DeFilippis, D. Muresan, D.
McCormick, P. Crish, L. Stabile, B.
Sywy, D. Crank.
Niles McKinley Football Squad, under the
guidance of head coach Tony Mason and his
staff of assistants, have formed a Study Club
this year with a purpose ot bettering study
habits for the gridiron charges.
The purchase of letter sweaters and jackets
and the sponsoring of an All-Opponent Dance
highlighted the first year's activities for the
newly formed club.
Advisor: Tony Mason
Row 4 - I. Berrestord, R. Iones, W. Leonard, M.
Skiftey, D. Lambert, N. Mariotti, I.
Predika, C. Mazza.
Row 5 - R. Sloan, D. Rundtuss, G. Helmick,
R. Zuzolo, S. Corso, D. Iones, D. Ram-
sey, L. Lazier, D. Helmick, I. Skiffey,
D. Marino, M. Fogarty, N. Roberts.
Left to Right BANQUET f OIVIIVIITTEL Row 2 I Blckley R Masciangelo R Morrall
Row l S Brinko I Braun A Liberatore C E S11er
Brown S Valot C Vigorito
fl IUIJUUA GIAOLU j POLL? QFUICQ
Hot coffee to keep us warm along with
potato chi s cand and hot do s to kee us
formed by the NHS Banquet Committee last
Sponsored by the Niles Band Boosters the
large committee operated Riverside Stadiums
three concession stands at each home game of
the Dragons 1958 grid season
The boys and girls in this club assist
teachers in the school by showing movies in
halls and other tree time so that other students
may enjoy seeing fllms wh1ch accompany
their classroom work
Advisor Dav1d Prosser
Left to R1ght PHOIECTION CREW Row 2 B Hilher H Iewell T Barber R
How 1 H 'Vlorrall I Mlle l lo ter D Toto Patterson
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comfortably full: these were the services per- the individual classes. They give up their study
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Left to Right
Row 1 - P. Walters, M. Knepshield, C. Boron,
I. Rajkowski, B. Madden, S. Russell, Row 3
I. Riviella, I. Callison, O. Davis, S.
Row 2 - E. Gruber, R. Swegan, H. Morrall, I.
Carol Boron, Vice-President: Barbra Madden, Secretary:
Bob Hill, Treasurer, and Gretchen Smith, President.
Tetrick, G. Smith, K. Bender, D. Tor-
iello, R. Zuzolo, I. Davis, D. Malone.
T. Vranko, R. Masciangelo, B. Bohne,
R. Hill, T. Grohl, D. Hoodin, G. Coup-
land, I. Fiedor, W. Thomas, F.
Trigo Tron is mainly a science-math
club. Its purpose is to instill an interest of
these subjects in the students of Niles
McKinley High School. Many field trips
and club fun has helped make Triqo Tron
a popular science organization.
P. R. Lamb - Glen Sechler
aggolalzomorefi ifildfdg ,Siienfihc ,gnferedf
A new club at McKinley High School
last year was the Science Club.
This year the all-sophomore group
changed its name to the Why Science
The purpose of this organization is
to provide an opportunity for the students
to do experimental type projects in var-
ious phases of science.
Advisor: Albert Moritz
M. Iames, Reporter: D. McCormick, Vice-President: S
Boron, Librarian: B. Roerner, Treasurer: P. Slane,
Secretary, and A. Toriello, President.
Left to Right
I. Martin, H. Pollock, D. Sinnett, D.
Row 1 - P. Braun, C. Powell, M. Iames, P. Martin, D. Muresan, I. Helenberger.
Slane, I. Dando, L. Rader, W. West, Row 3 - B. Graham, I. Miller, I. Hughes, A.
M. Schneider, S. Boron, R. Bohne.
Row 2 - B. Roerner, A. Toriello, L. Morrison,
Muresan, D. McCormick.
The Pep Club members l1ve up to the1r name at a basketball game lh1S past wrnter
LU l"9Cl,I'lLZClfl0l'l Pefieflffi 3400! .S?0U"lf
The steam supportrng all NHS ath
1et1c groups 1S the newly formed Pep
Club Thrs club 1S cosponsored by the
Key Club and the Cheerleaders Mem
bers of the club have a spec1al cheer
1ng sectlon at all the home football
Among other act1v1t1es the Pep
Club journeyed to Akron to cheer for
the N1les vs Akron Ellet gr1d game
Advrsor Robert G Clark
Dave Hoodln Presrdent of Key Club lean Zavar and
Karen McGu1rk Varslty Cheerleaders get together to plan
some Pep Club act1v1t1es
P1GL EC TY
Po ing for the cameramen the Stage Crew commences
to disassemble the Christmas stage scenery
Preparing flats for the play produc-
tions and decorating the stage for the
choral and band concerts is the McKinley
High Stage Crew. This active group takes
care of the lighting as well as the scenery
and has also accomplished many other
artistic constructions for McKinley clubs.
Dominic Chieffo ............. President
Arthur Doutt ..........., Vice President
Kay Hunyady ................ Secretary
Ronald Iones .....,...,...... Treasurer
Russell Krenciprock Sergeant-at-Arms
Advisor: Mrs. Anna H. Clark
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Lett o Right Row 2 M Nori I Berresford D Marino T
Row l R Krenciprock N Roberts B Likens Randolph I Elliot S Chne P Crish
I Belcastro P Iudy P Treharn C I Altobelh
Hunyady R Iones D Chieffo I Row 3 A Doutt B Fagnano P Allen D
Megert Crank K Sanders I Hendry D
PAGE EIGHTY ONE
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Left to Right
Row 1 - P. Dickson, A. DeLuca, M. Blicka, I. Yuhasz, M.
Soyhayda, P. Campbell, S. Brinko.
Row 2 - D. Zamarelli, S. Morrison, L. Rader, I. McKibben,
E. Morris, M. Lapolla.
Girls who want to obtain actual
experience performing secretarial du-
ties have the opportunity of helping the
regular school secretary in the main
and attendance offices.
Some of their duties are collecting
and distributing the absence slips.
taking the lunch count, sorting mail,
running office errands and various
They provide a valuable service to
McKinley High School.
Advisor: Miss Betty DiFebo
Left to Right
The NHS librarians are becoming ac-
quainted with librarianship as a profes-
sion while bringing the library and its
program closer to the student body, the
classroom and the faculty.
These girls help to stimulate reading
incentives, sponsor an interest among
students in the use of books and library
service, and help to improve library ser-
vice of the school by assisting with the
numerous clerical duties involved.
Advisor: Miss Beatrice Millard
Row l K MCGu1Ik M McConnell P Altiero B Futey P
ludy D Zamarelli B Thomas B Hunt
How 2 L Rodgers K Bender l Woodcock E Limongi E
Varanelh, M. Wiltrout.
PAGE EIGHTY TWO
920001 ibriuing lqfoui ed Suki' wagzi
BEHIND THE WHEEL CLUB
AND SAFETY COUNCIL
Behind the Wheel and Safety
Council are two clubs extracted from
the Niles High Driver Training Ed-
Choosing a Driver of the Week",
entering driving "Rodeos" and study-
ing ways to make the school's sur-
rounding streets safer are the activities
carried on by these two service organ-
Advisor: Philip Ragazzo
SAFETY COUNCIL-Left to Right
How 1 - K. McGuirk, M. McConnell, I. McLean, P. Trehorn
M. Mangino, K. Ross, T. Pollock.
Row 2 - R. Hoover, C. Young, E. Varanelli, R. Predika, E
Quigley, E. Stone, N. Collite, W. Sywy.
How 3 - T. Corcoran, W. Knight, C. Byers, I. Martin, R
Swegan, R. Zuzolo, S. Ryder, D. Hoodin.
BEHiND THE WHEEL CLUB-Left to Right M. Knepshield, D. Gerlach, C. Paris
Row 1 - A. Liberatore, C. Brown, S. Valot, I. M. Kramer, C. Shink.
Hiviella, E. Quigley, D. Leonardi, R. Row 3 - I. Mucco, R. Morrall, M. Matash M
Predika, I. McLean, K. McGuirk, K. Tripodi, M. Fabian, C. Iohnson E
Ross, R. George. Fidram, I. Sipusic, R. Sweet.
Row 2 - I. Bickley, P. Stanec, G. Brienza, M. How 4 - I. Marccio, A. Williams, I. White S
McConnell, P. Treharn, M. Soyhayda, Hyder, C. Young, B. Sywy, W. Boag
This year's Yearbook Queen looks very
pretty as she sits on the front steps to
Yearbook Queen ludge
Cadet Gerald P. Stadler
Editor of 1959 Howitzer
United States Military Academy
irizi ma ridla
Highlighting the 1959 Dragon for the second
year is the selection of our Yearbook Queen who
was chosen by Cadet Gerald P. Stadler, Editor of the
1959 Howitzer, Yearbook at the United States Military
Academy, West Point, New York.
Six senior girls were nominated by the Senior
Class members at McKinley and their pictures were
then forwarded to Cadet Stedler for final selection of
The six girls nominated for the Queen position
are: Anita Gurino, Marna McConnell, Wilma Crisp,
Iudy Woodcock, Barbara Mears and Deanna Camp-
We, the Production Staff of the 1959 Dragon
wish to express our gratitude to Cadet Stadler, the
faculty and the Senior Class for heir cooperation
in this project.
The Yearbook Queen candidates were:
Left to Right, M. McConnell, B. Mears, I. Woodcock, D. Campfield, W. Crisp, and A. Guarino.
' 'Ms QQ
om ecorn ing ueen :
Miss Billie Rae Thomas, Niles McKinley
High School senior, was crowned as Home-
coming Queen of the annual celebration at
McKinley High School, October 31, l958.
She reigned over the Niles-Chaney game,
and after the game, was escorted to the
McKinley Memorial where she was the re-
cipient of a variety of gifts from Niles' mer-
chants. The Niles Chamber of Commerce
also presented Billie Rae with an all-expense
paid trip to New York. Among her activities
are: Cheerleader, Future Business Leaders
of America, Chorus and Hall Monitor.
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Yavonne Abdoo, 1957 Homecoming Queen con
gratulates her successor, Billie Rae Thomas
The girls selected tor the 1958 Homecoming Yavonne Abdoo, lean Zavar, Betsey Shriver
Court are: Pat Altiero, IoAnn Perica, Tomi Tari :Ind Iudy Edison.
King, Queen Billie Rae Thomas, l957 Queen
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cmd Gerry lnfante prepare miscellaneous articles for
the daily publication.
Editors for the 1958-59 editions of the Hi-Crier are Carol DeMasi, Sara Crow, Peggy De-
Christofaro and Betsey Shriver, sitting.
HI - CRIER
Since its founding in 1930, the Hi-
Crier has published the daily school news-
paper and sponsored the Dragon Year-
Consisting of approximately 18 select
journalists, this year the Hi-Crier also
printed a special edition for the Christmas
Carol DeMasi Betsey Shriver
Sara Crow Peggy DeChristofaro
Robert G. Clark
1 Kathy Trimbur poses pertly for lVlr.
, ' fx 4 Clark, Hi-Crier Advisor.
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Bow 2 - O. Davis, P. Casey, C. Iohnson, E. Lazzio.
I. Kramer. WILLIAM DONEGAN
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Christmas season finds the band members rehearsing inces-
santly for their production in the Christmas assembly programs.
SECTION LEADERS AND OFFICERS
The Section Leaders and Officers of
the McKinley Chorus provide the leader-
ship, direction and planning for the major
operations presented by the choral groups.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
This year, for the first time in the
history of McKinley High School, an all
girls chorus was organized. Under the
direction of Fred L. Fusco, the Glee Club,
which consists of sophomore girls only,
performed at the Christmas program and
the Spring Choral Concert.
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Row 1 - Section leaders: C. Ring, M. Fabian, S. K
Thompson, B. Madden, S. Reed and I. White.
W. Sywy, Section Leader: I. Zavary I. Wilder
Vice-President: R. Predika, Historian: H. Elliot
President and B. Mears, Secretary-Treasurer.
Row 2 -
GIRL'S GLEE CLUB Left to Ri ht
Row l - K. Givens, A. Stabile, I. Henshaw, M. Gales, I. Kramer, D. Nagy, C. Swab, I. Clouser, S
Cain, M. Lynn, L. Quaglia, G. Snyder, I. McKibben, C. DeMarsh.
Row 2 - I. Zagray, I. Stapelton, L. Morrison, P. Feigert, S. Danyi, I. Stanton, S. Boren, P. Ryder, I
Martin, M. Dyling, M. Rook, F. Szelest, V. Suty, M. DeFillips, B. Powell, M. Wick.
Row 3 - P. Verina, S. Percy, I. Holbrook, E. Spenser, D. Granata, B. Tipper, K. Olson, M. Muntean
R. Rizzi, M. Patrone, I. Birskovich.
Row 4 - K. Nagy, I. Chiarmonte, P. Crish, I. Bako, M. Pallante, R. Bohne, S. Orcutt, I. Schweitzer
W. Shaffer, D. Sinnett, M. Yuhasz, C. Valot.
During the school year the McKinley
High School Chorus presented its Chrisirnas
program, a religious concert at Easter, and
the annual Spring Choral Concert. "The
Mixed Chorus," "Girls' Chorus" and the
"Singing Belles" make up the three divisions
ot the vocal department which is directed
by Fred L. Fusco. The vocal department has
also purchased new choir robes this year
to add to the impressive appearance of the
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Fred L. Fusco, McKinley Chorus director, bows at
the conclusion ot the Annual Spring Choral Concert,
Smith, P. Casey, C. Bing, W. Crips, S. Cramer,
B. Hunt, G. Salem, S. O'Malley, I. Perica, I.
Callison, I. Tetrick, B. Thomas, M. Knepshield,
Calabria, P. Davis, P. Maiorca, L. Clare, W. Coe
G. Frasca, S. Tirlea, W. Iackson, B. Pelton, C
S Reed M. Price S Ho an, D. Raschilla, T.Row 4 - K. Sanders, A. Flaviano, T. Fuda, G. Coupland
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Chietfo, I. Nardo, A. Roberts.
Bow 3 - 1. McLean, M. Strohmyer, D. Gerlach, C. Vigorito,
C. Brown, K. Trimbur, R. Weida, C. Iones, I.
Wilder, P. Bolino, I. Llewellyn, I. Miller, R.
S. Hyder, H. Elliott, G. McQuaid, W. Sywy, F
Kulon, C. Callow, E. Stone, I. White, F. Pierce
D. Mallen, L. Feidor, S. Brinko, M. Cisco, C
Owens, S. Mercer.
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For when the One Great Scorer comes
to write against your name,
He marks - not that you won or lost -
but how you played the game.
- Grantland Rice
Throughout life man is continually
engaged in pitting his own abilities and
skills against those of others. Nowhere
does this competition appear in keener
form than in the realm of sports.
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Inspiring school spirit and leading the cheers at the football
:md basketball games is the role portrayed by the varsity and
unior varsity cheerleaders. These girls also conducted the pep
'allies and assisted in forming the first McKinley High School
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IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Row l - D. Raschilla, K, Trimbur, A. Roberts
Row 2 - P, Feigert, M. Pallante, R. Bohne
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to Right
I. George, B. Thomas, K. lVlcGuirl4, I. Perica, I, Zavar, B. Futey
In his first year of coaching at Niles
McKinley High School Tony Mason mold-
ed together an inexperienced, small, but
fighting team and came up with a 5-2-1
season record and recognition as a feared
district gridiron power.
A graduate of Clarion State Teachers
College and Westminster College, Mr.
Mason began coaching at Brookfield High
School where he amassed a respectable
coaching record of 29 straight victories.
Besides guiding the gridiron charges, Mr.
Mason is a U.S. History teacher at NHS.
1958 DRAGON GRIDDERS Left to Right
Row 1 F Gummrno R Sanirey D Crank K Sanders R Zuzolo I Wiand
R Sloan N Roberts B Leonard I Berresford R Rundfuss M Lastic
B DePerro R Krencrprock D Ramsey
Row 2 I MacHenry N MQIIOTYI M Skiftey T Randolph M Non M Dinas
PAGE ONE HUNDRED
Sending burly linemen and backs through
their paces, scouting opposing teams and in-
creasing spirit in the boys are some of the
many duties an assistant coach performs dur-
ing football season. The line coaches have two
new members this year in End Coach Robert
Shaw and Tackle Coach Glenn Stennett, both
who came with Mr. Mason from Brookfield.
Other line coaches include Tom Andres and
Phil Ragazzo who handle the center and guard
position 3. Assisting Head Coach Mason with the
backfield are Donald Pallante and Dominic
Match. Tom Cera handles the equipment end
of the team and keeps the field in expert shape
for the Friday night encounters.
Left to Right
Head coach, Tony Mason, Tom Cera, Robert Shaw
Tom Andres, Phillip Ragazzo, Glenn Stennett, Don
Pallante and Dominic Match.
C. Mazza, F. Constanza, T. DeMont, R. Iones, N. Brutz, S. Cline, D.
Hoodin, R. Infante, G. Rossi, E. Foster.
Row 3 - G. Helmick, R. Marino, I. Skiffey, R. Holbrook, T. Papas, M. Fogerty,
T. Spahn, D. Lambert, R. Iones, I. Predika, I. Perfette, C. Granger,
PAGE ONE HUNDRED-ONE
Desperately needed yardage is gained by junior halfback Nick Roberts with guard Marshall
Dinas leading interference.
September 12 October 3 October 31
Niles 12 - Erie Prep O Niles 6 - Campbell 0 Niles 16 - Chaney 6
Niles initial gridiron effort under new Niles completely outmanuevered and At the annual homecoming game of
Coach Tony Mason was on the suc- outplayed Campbell Memorial in re- the 1958 football season, Niles again
cessful note asa stubborn defense along cording a 6-O victory over the Red became the bearer of a strong defen-
with the running of Mike Nori and Tom Devils at the Campbell Den before a sive team, and along with the speedy
DeMont combined to carry Niles to a heavy gathering of Campbell home- legs of Nick Roberts. defeated the
12-O victory over Erie Prep before a coming fans. Chaney Cowboys, 16-6.
sparse crowd of hometown fans at the
October 10 November 7
September 19 Niles 0 - sharon 27 Niles 32 -Girard 6
Niles O - Farrell lourneying to Pennsylvania for the Girard's highly publicized running
second time this year the Niles Red attack was thoroughly stopped when
ln their first road game of the new- Dragons again met with little success MCKinley's Red Dragons toppled the
ly opened season, the Niles Dragons as a powerful Sharon High team drop- arch-rival Indians, 32-6 to close another
could not cope with the hard running ped coach Tony Mason's charges, 27-O. Successful season in the history of
backs and defensive ploy Of Farrell Niles football. Niles' 1958 football rec-
Gnd fell tO ihe Steelers, 25-O before C1 Ord thus stood S wins, 2 losses and I
packed house of screaming Farrellites. tie,
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September N1 GS 3 li O Ellet 4
, Akron Elle! provided the Niles Red
N1l9S 6 ' Boardman 6 Dragons with their third victory of the
1958 campaign, 34-14 after a tied and
Brilliant running by Niles backs and evenly matched first half was turned
some aerial Wizardry by Boardman's into a rout by the performances of
Don Hunsinger combined to provide equally effective offensive and deten-
Niles fans with a thrilling, superbly sive units in a contest played at the
played 6-B deadlock between the Niles Akron half-acre.
Red Dragons and the Boardman Spar-
tans at the Riverside Stadium.
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Usual pre-game procedures ot taping ankles tending to injuries and issuing equipment keep
these managers quite busy. Dragon managers are: Seated, Rosario Calabria: standing, left to right, Sam
Corso: Eddie Cluse: and Danny Campana.
Roberts again supplies the action for the Sideline information is also very important
local gentry with this jarring tackle. in this game ot football.
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Niles 52 Chaney .,.., . . . 80 Niles Youngstown South . , , .
Niles .,..., 36 Rayen ...... . 4 . 60 Niles Campbell ..... . . .
Niles ...,.. 44 Boardman .,... . 4 . 52 Niles Woodrow Wilson . . .
Niles ...,.. 45 Canton Lincoln . , . , . . 63 Niles Youngstown East . , .
Niles ...... 57 Ursuline ....., . , . 64 Niles Youngstown North , A . .
Niles ...... 46 Warren .... . . . 81 Niles Canton Central Catholic
Niles ..,.,. 40 Salem .... ..,.. 7 4 Niles Girard ,....,...,..,.
Niles ...... 58 Warren ...... 53 lOvertime
Niles .,..., 28 Chaney ..,. .
A mad scramble for the ball involving four players results in a jump
ball during this year's Ursuline game.
Head varsity coach, Ioseph Bassett, takes advan-
tage of a time-out to give the squad some new strategy.
VARSITY SQUAD-Left to Right
loseph Bassett, head varsity mentor,
and Tom Cera, I.V. coach, both found the
1959-1959 basketball season on the rough
side as inexperience and a lack of height
plagued the Dragons throughout the season.
The season, however, provided val-
uable experience for several juniors and
sophomores and all predictions look for the
cagers to have a great 1959--60 campaign.
This year's graduating seniors are: Captain
Torn DeMont, the squad's leading scorer,
Dick Malone, Bill Bohne and Bob Brown.
Row 1 - I. Davis, T. DelVlont, W. Leonard, G. Lamberti.
Row 2 - G. Helmick, D. Iones, D. Malone, W. Bohne, R. Brown, I. Allen.
Row l - I. Stevenson, I. Smith, D. Petty, T. Trimbur, B. Adkins.
Row 2 - A. Likens, B. Sloan, I. Wiand, R. Caldrone, D. Rindfuss, D. Voorhies.
unior lliuziifg QUIK
Charting games, issuing equipment cmd
applying medical aid are the main duties
of these NHS basketball managers, Frank
Whitney, Bob Hoover and Ierry Predika.
Instructions in the art of foul-shooting are given to
four I.V. players by lunior Varsity Coach, Tom Cera.
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Senior Dick Malone keeps up his steady pace as
he rounds the last bend in his specialty, the 880-yard
run. Sam Corso is close behind giving Niles a good
one-two punch in this event.
VARSITY SQUAD-Left to Right
Row 1 - R. Rindtuss, D. Voorhies, I. Stevenson,
M. Nori, I. MacHenry, I. Scherer, M.
Skiffey, F. Costanza, N. Roberts, C. Row
Mazza, I. Sloan, D. Helmick, B. Gra-
ham, F. Gumino, C. Granger.
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Guided by new Head Coach Glenn
Stennett, the Niles McKinley Track Squad
will participate in 12 scheduled meets with
outstanding matches against Farrell and
Poland. The cindermen will also join other
squads for two triangular meets. The Warren
lnvitatonal and the state meets May 22-23
also highlight the schedule.
Distance men Bill Bohne and Sam Corso
steady themselves in readiness for the start-
ing gun which will send them on a mile run
and a possible Niles victory.
Ryder, W. Leonard, D. Crank, R. Hus-
sey, G. Helmick, A. Mursean, M.
Fogarty, I. Ferro, M. Lastic.
3 - R. Hill, I. Skiffey, D. Toriello, S. Corso,
T. Randolph, M. Mainhart, D. Ramsey.
R. Malone, F. Whitney.
Row 2 - I. Bassett, A. Toriello, T. Papas, S. Stand in - S. Mackey.
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Richard Fike, Gary Crone, Gordon
Sexton, George Betsarakis, Fabian
Guerra, Paul Rein, Dick Iones, Ralph
Zuzolo, Bob Brown, Richard Calder-
one, Manager: Lawrence Pallante,
The Niles McKinley battery of pitcher Tom DeMont
and catcher Dick Calhoun talk over their confidential
tactics before one of the games.
Fred Krych, Tom Cline, Iim Fowler,
Phil Crish, Phil Guerra, Bill Cline,
Denny Ziegler, Ralph Catone, Bill
Roemer, Ierry Woods, Tom DeMont,
Due to the early publication of the
yearbook, it is impossible to give a com-
plete rundown of the '59 baseball season.
With the return of four lettermen and sev-
eral boys who performed well in last
year's various sandlot teams, prospects
for another winning season look very
bright for head coach Larry Pa1lante's
NEO district champions in 1957 and
semi-finalists in 1958, Niles was also run-
ner-up in the Mahoning Valley League in
1958, bowing out in the final game. Facing
a tough 17-game schedule with surround-
ing district teams, Niles has always shown
itself well in any league.
Sideline scenes are also very interestingseem very interested in one of the bi-weekly
at the various G.A.A. contests. These girlsvolleyball tilts.
Q proui e5 jun anal mcreafion
G.A.A. officers are Karen McGuirk, Social Chair-
man: Betty lean Erdos, Vice-President: Anna Mae
Erdos, President 5 IoAnn Perica, Secretary, and Kathy
Girl's Athletic Association gives each
girl an opportunity to participate in sports
at McKinley. Some of the yearly activities
include: basketball, badminton, volleyball,
softball, hiking and biking. Members receive
points for participating in these activities
and are rewarded for their accomplishments
at the annual Spring Banquet.
G.A.A. members also practice gymnas-
tics and often present interesting formations
such as this one.
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Left to R1ght
Row 1 P Bernard P C11ett1 B Shnver L Rogers
F1han S Crow N Tnmbur K Tnmbur S
Row 2 T Scarnecch1a I Scherer M Slaffey
Schweltzer N MGI1Ott1 G Betsaralas
PAGE ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN
I ames Scherer
The Annual Staff of the 1959
Dragon 1S responslble for the lay
out photography arrangement wr1te-
ups and overall compleuon of the
yearbook Made up of approxrmately
16 reporters and two co edrtors th1s
year s staff began productxon 1n late
October and f1n1shed 1n Apnl
Robert G Clark
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The Co ed1tors I1m Scherer and
Nancy Trrmbur look over some of the
many many pages of copy that made up
fh1S years Dragon
The Dragon Flnancral Staff prov1des
the orgamzatxon collectron cmd bookwork
of monetary funds requ1s1te to the pro
ductlon of th1s yearbook Havrng approxx
mately 16 members lh1S staff works rn
drfferent capacxtres throughout the year
After the necessary orgamzahon of plans,
the staff canvasses the town for adver
trsements Fmally, after all of the books
and records are balanced, the funds for
the annual produchon are at hand, the
f1nanc1al staffs job IS f1n1shed
Advrsor Donald R Pallante
H1Cr1er members Pat Crlettl Gerry Infante
Betty Sue F11l1an and Carol DeMas1 prepared many
wr1te ups and much copy for the 1959 Dragon
Left to Right
Row 1 - P. Ciletti, B. Shriver, D. Granata, B. Futey.
L. Rodgers, B. Fillian, S. Crow.
Row 2 - P. Bernard, C. Iohnson, T. Chieffo, T. Scar-
necchia, I. Nardo, E. Gruber, E. Varanelli
P. Hosay, T. Pollock.
PAGE ONE HUNDRED-FOU RTEEN
N1les Scrap Iron 85 Metal Co
Als T1re Shop
Anthony Auto Sales
N1les Brake 85 Auto Parts
Russ Berllne Men s Sz Boys Wear
Weddells Sohlo Seruce Stat1on
Brenneman Heatlng Serv1ce
Handy Andy Inc
Kalsers Pastry Shop
N1les Hardware Co
M 85 M Motels Inc
N1les Bowl1ng Alley
Republlc Steel Corp Contalner
N1les Stevens Plant
Bettys Beauty Shop
Flowers by H1gleys Inc
The N1les Fuel 8z Supply Co
Frasca Insurance Agency
F W Woolworth
A J Dlnda DSC
Longberry Employment Serv1ce
Edward P Lenney
Totten Insurance Agency Inc
N1les Outboard Sales 81 Serx 1ce
K1stler Campbell Insurance Agency
E Ross Adgate 8. Son Flowers
Tr1angle Machlne 8z Dle Co
Don NIcCaughtry Serv1ce
Reese Floral Art
Jensen Hardware Co
Economy Savmgs and Loan Co
Gays Pr1nt1ng SQFVICB
Bernard C Eddy MD
The Warren Sanltarv Mllk Company
Hetz Contractors Inc
Geor e P Suty Insurance
The Mens Shop
The N1les Laundry Company
Danlels Motor Fre1ght Inc
Robblns Avenue Lumber Co
Compllments of a Frlend
Schmks Marme 8: Telev1s1on
The Holeton Funeral Home
Anthony J Altlero DDS
P E Mansell 8z Roger Mansell
Ideal Department Store
Naders Ready To Wear Store
Cue 8z Cushlon
McK1nley Federal Savlngs 8z Loan
Assoclatlon of N1l6S
Rose Bulldlllg 8z Supply Company
The lNlCK1Ill6V Helghts Vol F1re Dep
lN1les Carbage Agency
James M M1ele Palntlng Contractor
Stanley S Engle OD
Natlonal Gvpsum Company
PAGE ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN
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Star Jewelry Company Soda Sz luscher Construct1on Co Inc
Joseph Antenucc1 Inc The C H Stlver Company
MacQueen Sz MacQueen Abraham Hoodln M D
Fusco Dry Cleanlng R1v1ella Electrlc
Bernles Cycle Shop Valley Fabr1cators Inc
N1les Roofmg Sz Heat1ng Leo s Servlce Statlon
Arden Furmture Company N1les Glass Plant Gener al Electrlc Co
Superlor Metal Fabr1cat1ng Company Blotts Farm Market
RICE Electrlc N1les Auto Glass SQFVICG
H1Way Arena J A McMahon Inc
G N W1ll1ams Trucklng Co N1les Da1ly Tlmes
N1les Automot1ve Parts Co H Baker NZltl0l'1Wld8 Insurance Agent
The Wllder Manufacturlng Co N1les F1re Brlck D1v1s1on
Oh1o Cement Products Corp Ford Cleaners
Mallory Sharon Metals Corporatlon Calvlns Drug Store
Futey Electrlc Progress1ve Photo Supply
F1rst and Last Chance Als Super Market
Herff Jones McK1nley Car Wash
Herman Rossl and Sons N1les Nu Tread
Joseph N3t0l1 and Sons Leopold s
Sheffler H1 Way Express Inc Korner Dalry
The 0h10 Ga1van1z1ng Sz Manufacturlng Co Samuel Jaffe D D S
Bruces Fash1ons Dollar Sav1ngs Bank Company
Bruce s Rad1ator SSYVICG Pugh Hardware Inc
The N1les Lumber Sz Supply Co Mervyns Jewelrv
Lou Carbone Plumb1ng Sz Heatlng Inc WH HH
A L W1ll1amson MD Fleck Pontlac
Louls G Ralston MD Mltchell Shaker
Raymond H Ralston MD
Charles W Math1as MD
R1chard W Juvanc1c MD
Sh1vely Sales Sz Servlce Inc
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Woodcocks Drug Store
The W1lson Insurance Agency lnc
R1chard W Reese Funeral Home
The Tra1chal Construct1on Co
Cap1tal Fmance Corp
Sammys Servlce Statlon
Bernards Muslc Center
Homer H Hoffman Co Inc
Bostwlck Steel Lath Company
The N1les Bank Company
The Canton Engraylng and Electrotype Co
McK1nley Lanes Inc
H DeMathews Sz Son
Home Federal Sav1ngs and Loan
Pauls Mens Sz Boys Wear
The Mueller Art Cover Sz B1nd1ng Co
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