North Allegheny High School - Safari Yearbook (Wexford, PA)
- Class of 1957
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STORY OQF WORK AND PLAY
I to each day youth puts its vibrant spirit
d enthusiasm. Without this spirit and spark
oth work and play would be unrewarding
and unenioyable. But at North Allegheny this
spirit can be discovered in the very brick walls
of the building. It is found in the excited
whispers back stage before the class play, in
the rhythmic beat of the bass drum, in the
rippling red and white banner carried by the
color guard, and it is seen in the eyes of a
dirt-smudged football player and his coach.
It is not confined to one class or to one grade
but it is all-encircling. Through printed word
and photographic plate the SAFARI as tried
year T957 ya
to capture and retell this spirited ry of the
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October 10, 1939
July 25, l956
We, Emily's classmates, dedicate this page to her memory
Emily attended North Allegheny for two years. The friends she
made will keep her in their memories alw
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YOUTH TOOK ITS PLACE
IN THE CLASSROOM
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Our thanks goes to Dr. Thomas E. Carson,
Supervising Principal of North Allegheny Joint
Schools, for the educational direction of our
school. Dr. Carson, former Superintendent of
Schools at Ingram, came to North Allegheny
in 1948 with the consolidation of schools. He
has a B.S. Degree from Bethany College, an
M.Ed. Degree from the University of Pitts-
burgh, and a Ph.D. from the University of
Pennsylvania. Among his varied interests are
travel, gardening, and sports.
NORTH ALLEGHENY JOINT SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION
First Row-Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Skiles, Mrs. Keeler, Dr. Parrett, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Hosack, Mr. Mashey,
Mr. Nicklas, Mrs. Gunn, Mrs. Sramek
Second Row-Mr. Richard, Mr. Diety, Mr. Adams, Mr. Williams, Mr. Burrows, Mr. Behrhorst, Mr. Ashcom,
Mr. Gourley, Mr. Neal, Mr. Huggins, Mr. Soergel, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Crawford
ASSOCIATE SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL
Miss Anne Shaffer, former Principal of Espe
School, came to North Allegheny in 1948 as
Associate Supervising Principal. Miss Shaffer
attained her B.S. Degree at Slippery Rock Col-
lege and her M.Ed. Degree at the University
of Pittsburgh. Among her outside interests,
travel is her favorite.
Mr. Maxwell is Guidance Counselor and
Assistant Principal here at North Allegheny.
He attained his B.S. at Indiana State Teachers
College and his M.Ed. at the University of
Pittsburgh. He will be remembered as a com-
mercial teacher and his favorite hobbies are
sports and travel.
Dr. Vonarx, Principal of North Allegheny,
attained his B.S. Degree at the University of
Pennsylvania and his M.Ed. Degree and his
Dr. Ed. at the University of Pittsburgh. Our
respect and gratefulness goes to Dr. Vonarx
for making North Allegheny the wonderful
school it is.
Mr. George Varnum, our capable busi-
ness manager, received his Bachelor of
Arts Degree at Grove City College. Mr.
Varnum has also done graduate study at
the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Swartz is the reading supervisor of
the North Allegheny School District. She
received her Bachelor of Arts Degree
from Shippensburg State Teachers Col-
lege and her Ph.D. at the University of
Mrs. Dietrick, Miss Heindl, Mrs, Garvin and
Miss Marilyn Werner, A.B., M.Ed.
Miss Mary Sallade, B.S.
Indiana State Teachers College
Miss Helen Grubbs, B.S.
Edinboro State Teachers College
Mr. Robert Testa,
Carnegie Tech, Duquesne
M wi-io Give so FREELY
V wi-:Ar wAs so DEARLY Bouei-ir
Mrs. Audrey Fleming, B.S.
Indiana State Teachers College
Mrs. Elizabeth Melvin, A.B.
University of Kentucky
Miss Elizabeth Brodbeck, B.S.
Slippery Rock State Teachers
Miss Joanna Lange, B.S.
Mrs. Vera Glantz, B.S.
Indiana State Teachers College
University of Pittsburgh
University of Wisconsin
Mrs. Dorothy Drazenovich, B.S.
Miss Shirley Garretson, B.A.
University of Pittsburgh
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M A GUIDING HAND THROUGH
Q ' ' ' THE YEARS
Mrs. Mary Levendos, A.B., M.Ed.
University of Pittsburgh
Mrs. Cynthia Greg, R.N., B.S.
Shadyside Hospital, Waynesburg
School Nurse, Hygiene
Miss Ellen Boyd, A.B.
Miss Loree LaSalle, A.B.
University of Pittsburgh
Mrs. Hazel Gant
Slippery Rock State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
Mrs. Wilma Anderson
indiana State Teachers College
Mrs. Mary Letzkus
California State Teachers College
Mrs. Donolda Costello, A.B., M.Ed.
Seton Hill, University of Pittsburgh
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California State Teachers College
Mr. Jules Bertin, B.S., M.Ed.
California State Teachers College
Machine Shop, Foundry
Mr. Albert Gaisbauer, B.S.
California State Teachers College
Mr. John Bolvin, A.B., M.Ed.
Wooster, University of Pittsburgh
Mr. Joseph Prady, A.B., M.Ed.
Mr. Carl Sinkula, B.S., M.Ed.
University of Pittsburgh
Slippery Rock State Teachers
Mr. Joseph Drazenovich, B.S
Mr. Robert Allen, B.S.
Kent State University
Mr. Lyle Fox, B.S., M.Ed.
Slippery Rock State Teachers
Mr. Charles Horne, B.S.
BARBARA ABBS "Barb"
As a member of the make-up committee this
smiling senior was a busy backstage worker
during the senior class play. Barb's personality
and ambition spur her towards a secretarial
FRANK ALSTON "Mike"
Sports manager and one of the P.A. system's
speakers are all rolled together in this scientific
senior. Mike will blast off for the realm of science
at college after graduation.
KENNETH ALTFATHER "Ken"
Wearing number 40 was Ken, a hard-hitting
tackle. The special interests of number 40 in-
clude hunting, archery, golf, and girls! Ken
plans to make the Air Force his new home base.
WALTER BARKER "Wally"
Meet Wally, N.A.'s fast-moving halfback, who
led the Tiger eleven to victory. This senior who
scored in the fields of friendship and football
was elected president of Leaders Club and veep
of his home room.
WE LEARNED TO MAKE
OUR OWN DECISIONS
Class officers and advisers
take time out
FRANCES BARKUS "Fran"
Many NORTH STAR stories sport the by-line of
this writing whiz. As a member of the SAFARI,
Fran, who plans to be a nurse, helped to un-
tangle staff business problems.
MICHAEL BARTGIS "Mike"
The Gold and Black varsity marching band marks
this trumpet-toting senior's name down on their
roll call. Mike will march to a new rhythm when
he ioins the Air Force.
CARL BECKMAN "Carl"
Height and a long list of friends to go with it
belong to Carl. The next plateau for this sky-
scraping senior is a position in the commercial
ANNA MAE BEINING "Anna Mae"
Soon to be a June bride is this three-year mem-
ber of the F.T.A. Chorus also kept Anna Mae
within its folds when she wasn't serving on the
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PRISCILLA BERAN Priscilla
The footllghts framed Priscilla in both plays
while FTA made her their corresponding sec
retary This tiny gal will soon undertake the big
task of teaching teens
BERNICE BERGMAN Bernie
Bernie found time to keep up her military corres
pondence and still belong to Leaders Club and
the cafeteria committee lt was under her super
vision that the play committee set record break
ing ticket sales
ROBERT BLACK Bo
Advanced Science Club made this tip top senior
student a member and officer Fall will find Bob
a former matman preparing to magor an chem
nstry at college
BARBARA BLACKBURN Barb
An all star in all school sports Barb also held a
membership in F H A After graduation she will
step out of the sports spotlight and into the
GAIL BLAKE Gal
Using her literary skull for both the NORTH
STAR and the SAFARI and her musical talent
in chorus Gall also finds time for Leaders Club
and College Club
LENORE BONTEMPO Lenny
Cleveland s recent contribution to N A has made
Art Service Club her new stamping ground
Late coming Lenny is making plans to enter the
University of Pittsburgh
JOANNE BOSH Boshle
Riding high is this future Wave The refreshment
committee for the Christmas Dance Included
Boshles name and Biology Club also saluted
their service bound member
JAMES sosn Hap
Look for this happy-o-lucky fellow in any
one of his favorite pastimes-hunting fishing
sleeping in English class of course! Hap will
try his wings in the Air Force.
PATRICIA BOSH a
urly-haired Pat promoted intramurals after
school through her active participation in all
sports. Pat also spent her spare moments making
music with the other chorus members.
RAND BRANDT Randy
Out in front in all activities is the schools choice
for their leader and president. N.A.s capable
center during football season Randy makes
hot-rodding his year-round hobby,
. BERAN . BERGMAN
. BLACK . BLACKBURN
. BLAKE . BONTEMPO
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JOAN BRUSIK Joan
National Honor Society opened its doors to this
artistic miss Joan who plans to begin her art
career at Edinboro State Teachers College was
awarded the presidency of Art Service
CAROL BURGER Carol
Name the committee and Carol has served on ntl
National Honor Society made this senior who is
tops In scholastlcs as well as sports a three year
member After school Carol is a Y Teens worker
THOMAS BUTLER Tom
Look for Tom in a sporty 51 Ford or tinkering
with TV sets and repairing radios His member
ship in Ham Radio Club beams in his ambition
to enter electronics
CAROLE CALDWELL Carole
Spending her time sewing and skating when she
isnt working is this two year member of F H A
Carole will use commercial training to capture a
CAROLYN CALDWELL Carolyn
Two class plays played up this attractive usher
ette Carolyn will be the senior band and orchest
ras present to Presbyterian Hospital in the fall
and is their selection for band secretary now
JOHN CALVAS Jack
If he isnt in chorus then gust look for this sing
ing senior harmonizing with musical groups
Jack as a member of hall patrol supervised stu
dents at ramp B
JOAN CAMPBELL Joan
In addition to many activities Joan can also
boast of a high scholastic record Miss Campbell
is the belle of Leaders Club National Honor
Society and usherettes as well
JOHN CAYE Jack
Here is Art ll s choice for their representative to
Student Council. After Jack s entrance into Coun-
cil activities the executive board made him
chairman ofthe traffic committee.
JACK CHOTTA Chotts
Living up to his nickname is the top shot of the
Tiger basketball team. Jack didnt stop with
basketball but made the gridiron his game in
the fall and the baseball diamond his spring
PAUL CLEARY Pau
See a familiar face out with the fellows, hunting,
or working on a car? If you did perhaps it's
Paul, one of N.A.'s senior send-offs to the Army.
WE LOOKED FORWARD
TO A BRIGHT FUTURE
Thank goodness it's Friday
STANLEY CLEVA "Stan"
Stan, who kept Art ll laughing the year round,
was a serious threat on the gridiron during the
fall football season. After school Stan gives up
his hobby of tormenting teachers for hunting.
THERESA COWELL "Terry"
When the noon rush is on Terry is on duty as a
member of cafeteria committee. Terry, who en-
ioys the combined hobbies of sewing and skating
will soon combine a career and marriage.
CAROL COX "Carol"
T.B. now stands 'For tall and blonde, and that
describes this gal! Carol, a member of Y-Teens
and Art Service Club, will give her service to a
higher level when she enters nursing.
GRACE CRESS "Grace"
The business world will welcome this intramural-
interested girl. Leaders Club captured Grace for
three years and at the same time captured
athletic ability and personality.
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JUDITH CRISSMAN "Judy"
Search for this cool clarinetist playing in the
band, practicing a drill, or anywhere else but
home room! Today it is Y-Teens for Judy, to-
morrow it will be a nursing career.
JOAN DAVIES "Joan"
This Spanish-speaking lass made a language and
band her claims to fame. Joan is not only presi-
dent of Spanish Club but also the vice-president
and spirited leader of Tri-Hi-Y.
BETTY DAVIS "Betty"
Here's the sweet and sunny secretary of Home
Ec. ll who served the library faithfully for three
years. Muskingum College calls this College Club
member to maior in home economics.
JANE DAVIS "Jane"
Art Service Club included this senior in its meet-
ings when she wasn't twirling and whirling to
maiorette music. Jane, who decorates school
functions as an usherette will maior in interior
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RONALD DAVIS "Ron"
A must in every dramatic presentation is this
vice-president of Thespians, first fellow in class
plays, and member of the color guard. Ron's
next role will be that of a novice in the Navy.
SHIRLEY DAVIDSON "Shirl"
Her part in chorus and in the senior class play
won permanent recognition for Shirley. The
next plateau in her life includes a ring and
JOANNE DeANGELIS "Joanne"
This tip-top twirler is not only talented but active
in everything! Joanne is editor-in-chief of the
SAFARI and is secretary of the senior class. She
will find her future and fortune in the secretarial
KATHLEEN DONAVAN "Kathy"
Being a member of chorus keeps Kathy busy.
Y-Teens and intramurals complete her activities.
Kathy will bring hospitality to hospitals when
she completes her nurse's training.
Cutting Christmas capers
DOROTHY DOSTALIK "Dot"
Dot receives expert advice in F.H.A. on her hand-
some, handmade clothes. This quiet member of
the library staff is quite a gal when it comes to
acting and athletics.
HELEN DUBAICH "Helen"
The senior class play starlighted Helen as Debbie,
This county chorus member added singing to
reciting on her school schedule. Fasten your
safety belts for Helen will be an airline hostess.
EVELYN EASLEY "Ev"
A gift for gymnastics and ability in other ath-
letics made Ev a candidate for Leaders Club. This
dark-haired senior took time to serve on two play
committees, library staff, and cafeteria patrol,
WILLIAM EBBERT "Bill"
Chess Club claims this sports enthusiast as one of
its members. The business world appeals to Bill,
who enioys spending his leisure hours working
on his stamp collection.
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DONNA ESPE Donna
Although she will soon be oft to Thiel this sweet
voiced senior has already distinguished herself
In chorus and in various ensembles A member
ship In Leaders Club and FTA rounded out
Donna s schedule last year
ELEANOR FAIRLEY E I9
This future frosh at the University of Pittsburgh
placed her name on the roll of F T A Glee Club
and girls ensemble and then helped set the
record for breaking sales for the senior play
LINDA FALCK n
Linda is a leader not only in Leaders Club but
In chorus and girls ensemble as well After
school this tall blonde makes hers a YTeens
WILLIAM FALOON I
Spot a new convertible and you have spotted
Bill' This National Thespian and member of
chorus and Leaders Club proved to be fun on
stage as well as off inthe senior play
CLARENCE FLETCHER Clarence
Chess Club honored this fan of both hunting and
cars with the office of secretary Clarence will
soon answer the beckon of the Alr Force
JO ANN FOSTER
A red headed miss with a bright voice to match
that s Jo Four groups F T A gurls ensemble
mixed ensemble and Y Teens all carry Jo Ann s
name on their roster
JOHN FOWLER John
A new model guy with an old model car
describes this active Christmas Dance committee
member Advanced Science Club and chorus will
miss John next year when he e lists an the
MICHAEL FRANCHAK Mike
Mike was a high scorer with his classmates as
well as in basketball games. Student Council
made him a guardian of the halls during school
and Mike made the sport's spotlight after school.
DAVID FRANCIS "Dave"
A baritone-playing band member for three years,
Dave, also got into the rhythm of Advanced
Science Club activities. An architectural major
and Penn State looms for this music-minded
GARY FREY "Gary"
Your attention Please! This member of National
Honor Society and Advanced Science Club will
enter the field of electronics. lt was Gary's voice
that led the morning announcements and meet-
ings ofthe Ham Radio Club,
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CLAUDIA FUELLENWARTH Claudua
Leaders Clubs peppy presudent extended her
actuvutues to unclude Natuonal Honor Socuety
lunuor play and usherettes as well Claudua wull
relunquush her dutues as head cheerleader to
assume the responsubulutues of a nursung career
PATRICIA FULKERSON a
Cafeterua commuttee claums thus decuded muss
wuth an undecuded future as one of uts members
After school Pat relaxes wuth her favorute recrea
tuon whuch us skatung
MARJORIE GASS Marge
Marges home room selected her to be theur
secretary and she selected musuc actuvutues such
as gurls ensemble and muxed ensemble Thus
three year member of College Club wull type
out a secretarual career
ROBERT GENTER Bo
Bob stepped unto the presudency of the senuor
class and went on to be a leader un wrestlung
and golf besudes Photography Club claums thus
champuon musuc as well as mat man
CAROLINE GILL Carolune
FTA s new member auded un the search for
the props for the senuor play Carolune wull ful
fill her avud ambutuon for a comptometer oper
ators career by traunung ot a busuness school
ROBERT GOOD Bo
Good better best' Thats thus fast hard runnung
halfback of the Tuger eleven Bob scored eught
touchdowns and gauned enough yardage to
lead hus team to a wunnung season
RICHARD GOODE Duck
Thus newcomer from Nevulle Island added hus
athletuc abuluty to the Tuger basketball and foot
ball teams Duck wull bank hus next shot on a
career un the Aur Force
THOMAS GOULD Tom
Tom's blond hour and last name caused hus class
mates to bestow the nuckname "Goldue" upon
hum When the servuce calls, Tom wull set off to
serve hus country
CAROLE GREENERT "Carole"
Here's the gal wuth naturally curly haur to whom
hard work on the art staff came lust as natur
ally' A nursung career us the next step on Carole's
MICHAEL GRIFFIN "Muke"
Prolectuonusts, Photography Club and the bowl
ung team all unclude Muke's name un theur mem
bershup books After graduatuon he wull stow
hus gear for the Navy
They sewed and stitched 'till their
fingers were bewitched!
LINDA GROSS "Linda"
Council made Linda head of student activities
while her home room made her their secretary.
The other activities of this up-and-at-'em blonde
inckvde Art Service, F.H.A., chorus, and library
CAROLE GRUBER "CaroIe"
A carefree member of Commercial Club and Glee
Club, Carole was voted into the office of secretary
by her home room. This skating fan will soon
skate into the secretarial world.
JEAN HALLER "Jean"
Jean ioined the cafeteria committee's team and
attended College Club meetings as well. The
future of this short-haired gal wavers between
a college course or a commercial career.
BONNIE HAMILTON "Bonnie"
As business editor of the Annual, this red-headed
pepster kept her t-e-a-m ' s finances on the
b-e-a-m! Bonnie is a member of Art Service, Span-
ish Club, cafeteria patrol, and a home room
JAMES HARGEST "Jim
Proiectionists and Photography Club both in
clude the name of this senior struck by the car
craze. Jim is also a member of Safe Teens and
of the library staff.
SHIRLEY HARTMAN "ShirI
Don't beat around the bush with this blonde
who holds the position of vice-president in
F.H.A.! Shirley will test her typing talent when
she competes for a commercial position.
WILLIAM HARTMAN "Bill
A one-time track team member, this blond-haired
runner makes hunting and fishing his favorite
pastimes. Bill, who is also a Biology Club mem
ber, will enroll in a trade school.
AUDREY HELM "Audrey
The latest fads in fashion as well as music
clamored for Audrey's attention. lt was this
interest in music that caused her to climb aboard
the chorus bandwagon.
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JANET HERR "Jun"
If she's of? for Grove City then you can bet
Janet will make the most of it. This shorthand
student was a year long member of College
Club and cafeteria committee.
GERTRUDE HILL "Trudy"
The red-hot athletic ability of this red-head made
her an All Star Team member for both basket-
ball and soccer. Trudy will try her wings as an
RONALD HINER "Ron"
Famous for his classroom capers is this star-
studded singer and football player. After Leaders
Club Ron finds time to sing in the boys ensemble,
Glee Club and chorus.
EMMA HOLZMAN "Emma"
Distinguished by a long, blonde page-boy and
the office of veep of College Club is this sweet
and shy senior. Emma who is an usherette will
usher in a home ec maior.
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JAMES HOUGH "Jim"
Proiectionists awarded Jim, whose interests range
from cars to football, a letter for his service. Jim
also proiected his interests into Safe Teens,
chorus, and Photography Club.
JANET HUG "Jan"
The artistic ability of this National Honor Society
member won her an award of art editor for the
Annual. Proiectionists and make-up committee
made Jan an active as well as attractive gal.
MARION HUNT "Marion"
Sho nuff! lt's Marion, the West Virginia gal who
was the leading lady in the senior play. Marion
is also band secretary-treasurer, a member of
chorus and girls and mixed ensembles.
PATRICIA JOHNSON "Pat"
This diligent writer for the NORTH STAR ferretted
out news stories and costumes for the class play
and still found time for chorus and Proiectionists.
June will find Pat a student nurse.
CAROLL JOHNSTON Caroll
Formerly a Bellevue belle Caroll was an asset
to the Annual and a willing worker on TIGER
TALES Besides being a member of Art Service
she also helped make up actors for class plays
BRENDA JONES Jonesy
Meet a Syracuse miss loaded with spunk and
sptrlt who came to N A in the toll of 56 This
late but valuable newcomer is a member of
FTA and College Club
ROBERT JURJEVIC Bob
Whenever a lob s to be done un Student Council
look for Bob He is also one of 20 boys on hall
patrol a Prolectlomst a chorus member and a
future Pitt student
ANASTASIA KAILYAR Stasla
This fancy gal with the fancy name continued
to carry out her cafeteria commlttments After
commencement this gal will discard her gradu
ation cap for a bridal veil
CHRISTOPHER KARSTEN Chns
Sports season spells out wrestling and golf for
Chris These are lust a few of his Interests for
he has token an active part in Leaders Club and
in College Club
RUTH KEIL Ruthie
Besides being vice president of her home room
Ruthie was chosen vice president of FTA and
became a busy library helper Coming up for
Ruthie is a teaching career
HELEN KERNAN Helen
Atl I want us music music music' This blonde
paid her tribute to music by lotnlng the chorus
where she kept up a regular attendance and
maintained her music interest too
MARILYN KERR Shorty
With such a winning way Marilyn must make
Happiness Street her regular beat As Marilyn
made her way through high school she received
not only an education but the nickname Shorty
President of F H A National Honor Society and
student director for the senior class play all
made Jo one of the busiest seniors ever Pitts
burgh Art Institute will welcome the senior prom
BERNARD KWALIK Bernie
One of N.A. s few three-letter men Bernie dis-
played his running ability as left end for the
Tiger eleven and ran track. College will be
the choice of this Leaders Club man.
DONALD LANCASTER Don
This dlvertung dusk lockey for all school dances
drsplayed hls Interest an Ham Radlo Club where
he was secretary treasurer and nn dance com
mlttees and Muslc Appreciation Club Engnneer
mg summons Don
KENNETH LEASON Ken
Home room Art I made thus happy go lucky guy
with serlous plans of attendnng college thenr
vnce presldent Ken loaned ln the football fray
In tenth grade
PATRICIA LOISELLE a
Pat displayed her artlstuc skull an Art Servlce
Club and on make up commnttees for class plays
Pittsburgh Art Institute wall be the sate of her
debut unto art
FAYE LOVE Faye
Despute her hard work on the cafeteria com
mnttee and Library Staff Faye loves to and finds
tume to take part nn musuc actnvntues She s
member of Glee Club
JOYCE LUSTER oy
Joy who makes dancung her after school diver
sion used a snappy step to wan her malorette
boots She will use her commercnal tralnlng to
strut unto a FSCEPTIODISTS posltlon
LIBBY MANNHEIMER Llbby
The likable gal who loved athletics that s Llbby
She was a continual star when It came to All
Star basketball Commercial Club kept callmg
Lnbby to club meetnngs
SHIRLEY MARBURGER Shirley
Spot a rhythmic marching gal7 Surely thats
Shirley' This Natuonal Honor Society member
represented her home room In Student Council
and as president presided over College Club
JAMES MASHEY lm
Chess Club made Jim who ns also a member of
Chess Team thelr treasurer Advanced Science
Club and National Honor Society also opened
their ranks to this future Carnegie Tech englneer
WILBUR MATHER WI
Wnll wllled hls talents to the Art Staff of the
Annual and to Leaders Club as well Hls unter
ests which range from full scale cars to model
trams also Include a varuety of sports
KAREN MATTSON Karen
When she wasnt attendlng College Club or
executlve meetmgs our sensor class veep made
a beellne for basketball Karen who us an usher
ette wnll realnze her dream to be a dental
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SANDRA McCULLOCH "Sandy"
College is coming up for this blonde rage that
took to the stage for the senior play Sandy, a
member of Glee Club, Proiectionists, and cafe-
teria committee, was the iunior class secretary.
DOROTHY McEVOY "Dot"
Dot dashed off for chorus and signed her name
on the dotted membership line, This secretarial
schemer is a member of F.H.A. and Commercial
KENNETH MCILLVRIED "Ken"
Ken caught the chess craze and was elected
president of Chess Club and captain of the chess
team. Chemical engineering will capture this
member of National Honor Society and Advanced
KENNETH MCKINNEY "Ken"
This member of Proiectionists made class minutes
move faster by showing movies. Ken, a stock car,
racing, and hunting fan, will don his Navy blues
after graduation. '
CAROLINE METZ "Caroline"
The fioodlights proclaimed this active and able
Annual worker the leading lady in the iunior
class play. Caroline is also a leader in Girls
Leaders, College Club, and cafeteria patrol.
GEORGIANN MIJAKOVAC "Georgiann"
This lass of the N.A. library has a long list of
friends to equal her long name. Georgiann did
not limit herself to library work, however, but
ioined the Latin Club ranks.
.IO ANN MILCOFF "Milfie"
TIGER TALES made this star of the NORTH STAR
and SAFARI staff its editor-in-chief. Outstanding
athletic ability won Jo the title of "Most Ath-
letic." Colorado U. will capture a talented singer
GEORGE MISSEY "George"
A iob at Bell Telephone Company tolls in the
future of this capricious chorus addition. George,
varied interests include swimmin is a
member of Chess Club and the golf team.
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HILAIRE MODIC "Hilaire"
Love that trig class! Here's a senior fellow who is
not only interested but also good in math and
science. Chess Club captured Hilaire and mono-
polized his activity periods.
SUSANNE MOFFETT "Sue"
This Milwaukee maid played the clarinet in the
marching band and made up the players in class
dramatic productions. Sue, another future novice
in the nursing field, belonged to Latin Club and
DAVID MURRAY "Dave"
Chorus saluted this short singer. The stature of
Dave's plans for the future, however, are large
and include a chemical engineer's curriculum.
Dave will advance his aims at Penn State.
ROBERT NEAL "Bob"
Wearing a blue and white Winder's iacket and
sporting a membership to the club is this auto
enthusiast. Bob will wend his way to college
Yes, there's school today!
DENNIS NICKUM "Lackie"
Hunting and cars rate attention from this fun-
loving senior. Lackie was the cause of Art I's
chaos. He will spark his way to an electrician's
position after graduation.
THOMAS PALMER "Larry"
Both the iunior and senior class plays highlighted
the NORTH STAR'S editor-in-chief. Larry, a mem-
ber of National Honor Society and Leaders Club,
leans toward law study and a journalism maior.
JAMES PANNIER "Jim"
The senior class made their iimrdandy saxophone
player the chairman ot the band committee tor
the Christmas Dance. Jim, a music-motivated
fellow, is a member of band and orchestra.
FRANCES PERNER "Fran"
Fran, a tan of sports and the out-of-doors, is a
member of Y-Teens and Library Service. Fran
will mobilize her talents to attain and maintain
a secretary's position.
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SANDRA PETERS Pete
Angling for a study of alrllne communlcatlon at
business school as the cholrs queen of the key
board Orchestra band and chorus all cater to
JOSEPH PIVIROTTO Jack
Jack a member of the bowlung team chorus and
boys and mixed ensembles ns one of the chlef
controllers an the cafeterla He wlll make a date
with Penn State to study business admlnustratlon
WARREN PORTER Stuck
Sax foot and away we go' Bound to basketball
ns this future campus candidate Warren a mem
ber of Advanced Science and Ham Radlo Club
stole the stellar part IU the lunlor class play
RONALD REDILLA Ron
As master of ceremonues Ron rauses chaos when
ever a pep assembly rolls around The baseball
dnamond beckons R n In the sprl g while
Leaders and College lub call hum throughout
EILEEN RICHARDS Elleen
To the cheerleading squad of whlch she IS a
member goes much of Eileen s vltallty Miss Vim
and Vlgor IS treasurer of Leaders Club and on
the cafeteria and make up committees
Because he IS a member of hall patrol look for
Ed between classes keeping confusuon In the halls
to a mlnlmum Ed will make the Navy has buoy
DICK ROYSTON Duck
The veep of the sophomore class and president
ofthe lunnor class was a wlnner In wrestlmg and
basketball too Natnonal Honor Socnety also puts
In nts bud for thus Annapolis bound boy
ELSA RUDOLF Rudy
Rudy s tame has been spent enther managlng the
cheerleaders or an National Honor Society She
as keeper of the conns for the sensor class
usherette and a member of Glee Club
GRACE RUPRECHT Dolly
After graduation thus loyal chorus student wall
attempt to make her ambltlon of being another
Ann Sothern come true This secretarial Interest
made Dolly a Commercnal Club doll
DONNA RYAN Donna
Munutes from home room meetnngs are kept by
Donna Lookmg for Donna after school? Then
thus future secretary can be found working at the
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LORETTA SARVER Lone
Heres the petnte member of our class whose
vocal talent sent her as a representatnve from
N A to County Chorus Lorne landed the role of
Hank an the sensor class play
WILLIAM SCHELLHAAS Re
Who can forget Red nn the mnschuevous role of
Randolph an the lumor class play? He IS National
Thesplans treasurer and also a member of the
color guard and hall patrol
SIDNEY SCHOFIELD n
Thus senior plans to put one of hns present hob
bnes unto effect an the future Sudneys hobby IS
electronics and his future of course IS a career
un electronuc engmeermg
JACK SCHWEIGER Jack
ln the fall football claums Jack as theur rught
end and In the sprung baseball places hum un
center field .lack who holds the renns to
Marune s career likes to rude horseback
RICHARD SCHWEIGER Rich
Stage crew members made Rlch a fellow worker
To be a professional sunger IS Rnchs hope Hus
favorite pastime us maklng music wuth the Quan
DOROTHY SCOTT Do
Just classify Dot as a sunglng seamstress' She
ns a member of Glee Club durmg school and
makes sewing her hobby after school Dot wull
don a band of gold after graduatnon
BRENDA SCULL Bren
Helping her make her mark as a malorette was
Brens bright smlle and personality She was a
member of County Chorus as well as the N A
chorus Glee Club and Leaders Club
.IACK SIGMUND Jack
Outside of school Jack makes the munutes fly by
huntmg flshlng or working on hrs motorcycle
Graduatuon will classlfy Jack In the category set
aside for the Army
HARRIET SMITH Hornet
College Club made thus qunet sensor thelr sec
retary by quite a margun of votes Harriet wlll
answer the need for nurses when she begms
her tralnlng at Vurgmla Intermont College
PATRICIA SMITH Cl
Pat who ns a member of usherettes Glee Club
Leaders Club and Natnonal Honor Society walked
away with a part nn the senior play Besides
participating un these a tlvrtles she I5 a top
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CAROL ANN STRICKER "Carol"
A blonde bombshell from Brooklyn, New York,
Carol keeps a contagious smile on hand. Her
decision to enter training will add another name
to the list of new nursing recruits.
EDWARD SUTTON "Butch"
This rebel was a yankee when it came to wrest-
ling and boys ensemble! He also liked working
with wood and hunting and fishing. The big
business world is next on Butch's agenda.
JO ANNE TAYLOR "Jo Anne"
Come to chorus if you want to keep in step
with this senior soprano! Jo, who works at
Pines Plaza, will leave her cafeteria commit-
ments to capture a secretarial career.
MARJORIE THEURER "Margie"
N.A.'s pert and pretty maiorette whose second
year on the NORTH STAR won her the assistant
editorship and a Quill and Scroll membership.
This fall will gnd her a Sociology maior at
Q9 "Hoorah for Tigers!"
ROBERT SMITH "Smitty"
Whenever a production is in progress Smitty, as
manager ot the stage crew, will be bound for the
back-stage. Next year this up and coming crew
man will attend Pitt.
ROBERT STANFORD "Bob"
Dinski, as Bob is often dubbed, is out for the
outdoors! For proof of this check his hobbies of
hunting and fishing. Bob will cast his line for the
Navy next fall.
WILLIAM STEPHENS "BiII"
After graduation Bill will blast off for the Air
Force. When he isn't sighting game on a hunting
spree he makes cafeteria work his target.
GLENN STOOPS "Glenn"
Listen to this listlfpresident of band and Nation-
al Honor Society, veep of Chess Club, and team,
and chaplain ofthe Tri-Hi-Y. The senior play also
included his service and scholastic combination.
JACQUELINE THURSTON "Jackie"
Get geared to cheer when near this smiling
cheerleader and secretary of the school! Jackie
was a National Honor Sociey member, head
usherette, the SAFARl'S literary editor, and
appeared in the iunior play.
JOHN TINNEMEYER "Johnny"
Here's a star hurdler of the track team and the
veep of the iunior class. Johnny, who is a mem-
ber of hall patrol, College and Leaders Clubs,
will enter engineering.
ALICE TOBIAS . "Vicky"
One of the curve-raisers of the class, Vicky
divided her time among the SAFARI, National
Honor Society and Safe-Teens. She will study
business administration at Mount Mercy.
HARRIET WAGNER "Harriet"
Harriet places her pep and personality into a
membership in F.H.A. Her hobby is collecting
knick-knocks. The future plans of this gay senior
gal include secretarial work.
The nerve of her!
WILLIAM WAPPLER "Bill"
As you can tell by his team recold in football
and baseball Bill likes and excels in sports. An
institute of "higher learning" beckons Bill.
DEANNE WERLING "Deanna"
Future Homemakers and Art Service Club took up
Deanna's school time while sewing monopolized
her spare seconds after school. A position in the
working world awaits this willing girl.
KENNETH WILLETS "Ken"
Taking an interest in chorus and boys ensemble
is this kid called Ken. His happiest hours are
spent on his hobby which is working with cars.
Ken will ioin the iob-hunters after graduation.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS "BiII"
Bill's will is to work with electronics in the way
of TV and radio. He belongs to Ham Radio Club
now and will soon radio in a course in electroni-
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MARJORIE WINEGAR "Margie"
The favorite hobby of this class favorite is hav-
ing fun. She not only enioys laughter but loves
girl's athletics. Her plans after graduation in-
clude business school and secretarial work.
JANET WITT "Jan"
Keeping order among the maiorettes was Jan,
their manager. This managing miss is a member
of the SAFARI, Leaders, College Club, and chorus.
Jan's personality made her lust the gal for a
iunior play part.
WILLIAM WOLFRUM "Bill"
Bill, who is a carefree chorus member also be-
longs to Sports Club. His favorite hobbies begin
with hunting and conclude with cars. Bill has
his compass set for a draftsman.
JOSEPH WOLTZ "Joe"
Joe waltzed into immediate acceptance with his
friendly and pursuasive manner. He will put on
his seven league boots and take Duff Iron City
Business School in his stride.
BEVERLY YENDELL "Bev"
A cafeteria worker and a class worker as well
describes this ready volunteer. Bev added her
art work to the iunior prom and plans to add a
career in art beside her name.
PAMELA YENDELL "Pam"
Here comes another one with a name iust like
the other one! Pam, like her sister, works in the
cafeteria. She will make her future operation
HARRY YOUNG "Jeb"
Both the iunior and the senior class plays found
iust the role for Jeb. Before he tackles the auto-
mobile business he will train at Pitt as a busi-
ness administration maior.
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Junior leaders plan their prom
PREPARING TO TAKE THE HELM
First Row-G. Beatty, R. Slack, L
Sloan, P. Henke, E. White, J, Rich-
ards, K. Kress
Second Row-M. Downer, P, Davey
M, Fowler, W, Grella, G. Sherman
H. Yingling, Mr. Cicero
Third Row-T. Dodson, R, Riddell, R
Huck, J. Tucek, M. Michalco, P
Kerr, C. Hartman
Fourth Row-L. Hurley, A. Sohngen
B. Beilstein, A. Rich, J, Douglass
R. Mohler, R. Carpenter
First Row-B. Sweeney, C. Dingfelder
M. Creese, N. Darling, B. Betts, S
Black, D. Osterwise, R. Gordon, D
Wolfe, E. Tilp, Mr. Sinllula
Second Row-K. Rudolf, M. Halboth
N. Braun, S. Tate, J. Roth, C. Mar
tin, A, Kiley, P. Vance, B. Doyle
Third Row-J. Sonnett, K. Schulthies
B. Whitesides, L, Flamgletti, G. Dia-
mond, J. Modic, G. Belfiore, B
Krebs, E, Linder, G. Batykefer.
Fourth Row-G. Beilstein, E. Floral:
R. Colbert, B. Bowman, D. Stude:
baker, J, Brownlee, J. Allardice, B
Schmiller, F. Yalcish, A. Huwar
First Row-J. Hosiclc, N. Damback, V.
Hinkel, B. Barrickman, P. Cook,
J. Heim, D. Caldwell, J. Jurievic,
K. Boyer, J. Guyton
Second Row-M. Franchak, S. Bern-
hardt, B. Bauer, G. Baldinger, R.
Allen, K, Broeman, J. Chesmur, J.
Gilleland, J. Jones, Mr. Tiger
Third Row-B. Belo, C. Hannon, T.
Donn, F. Brown, B. Good, R. Gsch-
wind, R, Dorrier, H. Ford, A.
Fourth Row-M. McKay, P. Mahoney,
H. Martin, T. McMahon, T. Brunt,
T. Sprys, A. Van Riper, J. Davis,
First Row-E. Schilling, P. Koppel, C.
Williams, C. Stevens, M. Maxurick,
D. Wilson, N. Miklic, S. Sutter
Second Row-G. Pannier, E. Salada,
J. Soergel, K. 0'Connell, E. Sawyer,
E. Mutz, l. Schultheis, B. Merriman,
Third Row-D. Tevis, l. Hite, H, lit-
zinger, J. Scheller, B. Schmidt, R.
Seely, D. Sheets, M. Rose, B. Stoop
Fourth Row-S. Stumbo, R. Sutter, R.
Richwalls, R. Schultz, R. McEvoy,
W, Hemmo, J. Sramek, R. Richard,
First Row-Mr. Testa, B. Martell, C.
Gieszel, P. Peterson, K. Aveard
Second Row-B, Young, A. Hayes, G.
Gunn, M. Thurston, E. Roessler, Miss
Third Row-B. Vestal, C. Gruber, P.
Richardson, P. Thurston, R. Sass
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C. Habel, C. Warr, C. Wheeling
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sum, C. Jones
Third Row-J. Krall, R. Schwenim, B
Steele, H. Lohr, C, Anke, R. Rudolf
N. Cleva, G. Zappa, S. Gaerfner
Founh Row-M. Schwerin, C. Six, E
lane, R. Mondera, D. lee, A
Schultz, F. Buckley, F. Foley, E
Sigmund, C. Cashion
Second Row-J. Neal, C. Sieber, J.
GruPP1 A. Gates, F, Viranza, R.
Pexich, Mr. Gaisbauer
Third Row-C. Wolf, T. Srarnelt, C.
Watford, J. Busang, T. Humphreys,
Second Row-G. Foyiik, B. Ganglofl,
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Anenbaugh, B. Wunderlin, V. Wy-
Firsf Row-A. Kliober, D. Genfer, E.
Debbs, R Maskrey, M. Malchano,
Makray, D. Barlina, D. Wirfh, .
First Row-R. Robinson, J. Heimlein, S.
Salter, V. Speer, M, Gross, K.
Frazier, J. Godlove, M. Elwell, W.
Rist, Mr. Wissinger
Second Row-P. Weber, G, Carlin, J.
Blanchard, S. Caddick, D. Ackerman,
C. larson, C. Weidenhof, N, Givens,
Third Row-C. Kleber, R. Curtin, E.
Schmitt, E. Shilts, M, Curran, T.
Ermel, J. Burr, B. Foster, J. Jackson
Fourth Row-D. Gross, D. Kozminski,
B. Smith, J. Urich, L. Davidson, W.
Farmerie, J, ludden, C. Lorvo, R.
First Row-J. Watson, C. Blackburn, J.
Lithgow, B. Campbell, l. Newell, M.
Kaiser, J. Parker, G. Miller, A.
Rotunda, P. Goetz
Second Row-J. Royston, G. Coye, T.
Coyne, G. Zang, L. Davidson, E.
Beeler, J. Rudolf, J, Hawk, Mr.
Third Row-M, Herron, R. Minert, B.
Nilles, F. Brock, Bill Wintermante
B. Nelson, J. Van Sycle, S. Fran-
chak, M. Woityno
Fourth Row-R. Dipetro, B. Hoffman,
J, Renkes, B. Walch, S. Folck, N.
Malcolm, P. Miller, B. Mulligan, J.
Lively, I.. Hermason
Typing outa secretarial career Lunch line blues
Frosh formulate class activities
STEPPING INTO THE REALM OF LEADERSHIP
First Row-R. Hawhinney, C. Stimpel,
N. Macmillan, J. Daransky, D. Fuchs,
E. Nippes, C. Richetts, L. Ackerman,
J. Fanning, R. Hush, C. Wehr
Second row-G, Russell, J, Neely, M.
Porter, C. Beatty, J. Allardice, D.
Shook, M. Decrbo, T. Sapp, P. l.icker,
J. Gray, C. Dyde
Third Row-J. Carpenter, C. Pusateri,
P, Braun, J. Yingling, E. Thomas,
A. Jones, D. Robbins, E. Littell, R.
Koechele, S. Hart, B. White
Fourth Row-H. Riley, F. Helm, J.
Muller, J. Mervenne, B. Hicks, D.
Brooker, C. Hagmaier, G. Baer, R.
Werner, D. Fonger, Mr. Bolvin
First Row-W. Dole, S. McCord, J.
Dodson, P. Hartzell, M. Hetzel, J.
Powell, S. Hanna, G. Vestal, G.
leavesly, L. Vance, Mrs. Sirota
Second Row-G. Moellenbrock, J. Wel-
ler, C. Trelarne, B. Bowman, B.
Goodbread, D. Kroner, J. Cane, J.
Boston, B. Joy, B. Follet, A. Koeh-
Third Row-J. Harrington, C. Riley, J.
Wilson, M. Martz, E. Novak l
First Row-A. Kenen, J. Hahn, S.
Brownler, M. Chriatl, J. Reuter, D.
Second Row-J. Alexander, N. Gard-
ner, H. Adams, N. McElroy, A. Por-
ter, l. Hewitt, D. Good, Mrs. lange
Third Row-G. Kingsdale, G Speer,
W. Hapirkowsler, B. Lang, J. Clare,
K. Johnson, A. Michaels
Fourth Row-L. Collins, W. Guistine,
B. Springer, J. Osborn, H. Wrigley,
C. StauHer, B. Owen
First Row-M. Eichenlaub, A. Kuklish,
N. Pryzeraclti, J. Disuluo, C. Pegher,
J. Santora, N. Hinlzle, C. Stewart,
M. Daranslmr, D. Ringheisen, Mr.
Sezond Raw-J. Cranford, A. Rihs, N.
Altfather, B. Paul, M. Sarver, .I.
Bernhart, K. langsdale, E. Brady,
M. Snyder, R. ledonne
Third Row-J. Malchano, J. Davis, K.
Dally, J. Barr, M. Plakinas, K. Al-
bert, N. Browne, J. Sheets, C. Berg-
man, H. Ruprelt
Fourth Row-D. Steel, H. Cottra, J
Vogan, D. Macevoy, T. lively, E.
Servick, B. Sinewe, W. Ehrman, H
Sierkro, H Slack, B Stump
First Row-l. DeVenny, B. Hipwell, M.
Sarver, M. Cammorata, G. Tischler,
C. Beatty, E. Townsend, E. Tilp, J.
Batykefer, E. Probst
Second Row-H. Brown, C. lefler, C.
Revesz, J. Bertone, C. Larson, J.
Schneider, A. Smith, C. Peters, B.
Buckley, Miss Braun
Third Row-F. Tobias, T. Mashey, B.
Abbs, W. DeMoss, D. Pegner, J.
Ellis, B. Miller, B. Delawry, S. Kerr,
Fourth Row-W. Smith, F. Fink, B.
Pearce, E. Taylor, B. Wagner, J.
Delligatti, D. Mascari, B Wesell, G
Feagley, P Merana
First Row-K. Wolf, A. Schmidt N
Beilstein, M, Pegher, P. Browri, Bi
Mazurick, M. Sutton, E. Donovan
C. Davidson, Mr. Duncan
Second Row-B. Frye, K. Lobinger, T.
Mechelli, l, Dingfelder, C. Aberli,
S. Hilton, I. Healy, C. Robertson,
S. Platt, C. Ward
Third Row-E. Meyers, W, Thornton
A. Edwards, D. Wick, R, Fulkerson
n. Aunt, J. sms, s. Gould, wf
Greenwood, J. Olsen, M. Murphy
Fourth Row-G. Weyman, R. Beitel, G.
Sepsi, P. Dingfelder, C. Skelton, B.
Peet, P. Sawyer, R. Denhard, B.
Brown, J. Truran 1. k
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, C' ! First Row-A. Davis, R Evans, ,
Gall, L, Wagner, S. Gilmore, K.
Hoehle, B. Martin, D. Salada, J.
Stack, P. Webb
Second Row-M. Belo, M. Walters, J.
Crawford, J. Clark, D. Maire, D,
Baker, M. Richards, K. Brush, ,
Scott, D. Selzer
Third Raw-0. Grishkat, B. Bauerle,
B. Bash, J. Rittman, C. Weaver, B.
Doench, l.. Gerber, L. Robb, C, Rus-
sell, V. Kumer, R. Keller
Fourth Row-B. Frobst, M. Jefferies, A.
Alexion, B. Tuttle, J. Manning, I.
Sharp. D. Wynkoap, B. Van Kirk,
C. Gibb, H. Newton, B. Fisher
First Row-C, Twaddle, K. Ringeisen,
l.. Sturrock, C. Johnson, E. Hubbard,
J. Earlin, L. Kirker, M. Zuger, B.
Brant, J. Smith, N. Hannon
Second Row-l.. Haust, C. Marina, B.
Wyslomierski, N. Woodrow, V, Pivo-
rotto, N. Swearingen, B. Boyle, J.
Auld, C. Smith, S. Ryen, Mr. Fulmer
Third Row-J. Patterson, C. Harris, W.
James, C. Snyder, J. Jadlowiec, R.
Peacoe, V. Beuchel, R. Schramm, S.
McDade, R. Crane
Fourth Row-J. Coleman, T. Mason,
W. Bitterworth, A. Jao, J, Ricketts,
R. Schmitt, C, Koefler, W. Noss, R.
Hayne, D. Thomas, A. Butler
Eighth grade oflicers and their
odvsors get together
REACHING A PLATEAU IN THEIR SCHOOL CAREER
First Row-P. Graham, J. Gruener, C
Jones, C. Guiy, M. Anderson, N
Graham, V. Pearce, E. Patterson, D
Second Row-S. Law, D. Krapp, D
Houghton, R. Krapp, M. Atkinson
l. Brodengeyer, J. Dent, I. Fisher
J. Montgomery, J. Faloon
Third Row-E. Moffat, R. Redilla, J
McCutcheon, P. Gilmour, A. Hall
K. Rider, J. Bald, W. Brewer, G
Greisinger, D. Radford, C. Ebert
Fourth Row-R. Noss, J. Hansen, R
Miller, E. MacArthur, W. Kuhn, R
Nesbit, W. Goodbread, T. MacGre
par, Mrs. Costello
First Row-C. Dervis, l. Hosock, J
Ehrhard, B. Eberhardt, S. Davis, D
Davidson, P. Holden
Second Raw-E. Nelf, D. Clark, J
Campbell, C. Bailey, R. Vogrin, E
Maxwell, J. Hamley, B. Greenert
Third Row-T. Donnermyer, J. Good-
man, K. Evans, J. Bastl, C. Har-
oest, C. Belo. R. O'NeiI, K. Depen-
Fourth Row-K. Evans, E. Batty, J
Capenos, E. Fletcher, A. Dickson, C
English, D. Behling, J. Cuias
First Row-V. Leonard, K, Welan, K
Trippe, C. Shilts, J. Holiman, E
Wilson, K. Smith, J. Ruda, A. Smyth
Second Row-D, Wist, B. Parker, S
Atwell, S. Hull, K. Trogler, G. Becht
C. Seniller, J. Berknickler, Mr. De
Third Row-B. Race, E. Wiche, B. Sra
mek, A. Wick, P. Fackler, G. Kess-
ner, R. Redilla, B. Webster,
Fourth Row-L. Rickard, D. Doersie,
White, J. Schuring, C, Heid,
Wuible, T. Garrett, D. Winter, J
First Row-B. Slaney, S. Jay, P, Alex
ander, L. Hartman, B. Brant, E. Kerr
S. Feagley, C. Heims, C. Fennel
Second Row-M. Betts, B, Keil, J
Hamilton, B. Hawks, W, Sarver, J
Bell, M. Burrows, J. Allen, Mrs.
Third Row-B, Hill, M. Betts, J. Mara
muk, G. Kress, B, Hartman, M
Alexiam, B. Herron, G, Beatty
Fourth Row-D, Botie, B, Jones, M
Carmody, E. Back, A. High, E. litz
inger, C. Gartman, B. Hansel, B
rim Row-C. stem, s. Wicks, K, Wiel, ,, ,L
D. Pontius, P. Dann, N. Winegar, M
Second Row-C, Schmittlein, J. Thomp
son, E. Richards, V. Blackburn, D,
Walker, S. Reuter, C. Wilker
Third Row-P. Tate, E. Hord, M. Mc-
Norton, M. Sweeney, S. Wagner, S
Senron, B. Wartinbee, B, Wise
Fourth Row-H. Nelson, R. Williams
J. Roland, D, Wheeler, D. West-
erman, N, Warner, Mr Conway
First Row-V, Henderson, J. Matoka,
G. Smith, P. Kummer, L O'Haro,
B. Humpherys, Mrs. Anderson
Second Row-R. Nelson, T. DeCarpio,
D. Schiclr, B. Hergenroder, C. Pringle,
C. Murray, F. Morro
Third Row-C, Newin, M. Watts, C.
Smith, P. McNaugher, C. Sarver, L.
Fredriclr, J. landefeld, D. Gilleland
Fourth Row-D. Macmillan, T. O'Con-
nell, B. Regas, P. Tate, K Kwalik,
T. Hawthorne, B, Fiser, W. Van
Riper, J. Kaiser
First Row-P. Porter, S. Hinlxle, C.
Meyers, B. Harned, D. Floolx, D.
Delenne, J. Harrington
Second Row-M. Jester, S. Juholo, C.
Frankel, C, Noessen, C. Foley, A.
Rettinger, S. Nortsea, Mrs. Letzkus
Third Row-C. Moore, R. Kingeralxe,
A. Finnicum, S. Frazier, R. De-
Angelo, A, Lively, M. Siefert, R.
Fourth Row-R. Keeber, J. Milcoff, J.
McClements, W. Marburger, B.
O'Bryon, B. Hunter, G. McCartney,
J. Meyers, K. Henderson
First Row-F. Stump, N, Waizenhte,
C. Lively, S. Meyers, M, Freshmeier,
Second Row-P. Teets, M. Ainer, S.
Stitt, L, Sieg, K. Staley, C. Seaberg,
Third Row-H. Riddell, J. Mayes, I..
McMahon, B. Sherlock, L. Taylor,
D. Sisak, Miss Garretson
Fourth Raw-T, Westerman, J. Tolo-
meo, L. Marquis, C. Steele, R.
Smith, D. Rinamin
Seventh graders look
ahead with a smile
First Row-T. Ayers, M, Weldny, P.
Frye, M, Pearce, G. Merchant, K.
Webster, E. LaSlavic, J. Lithgow,
J, DiSaIvo, D. Mulligan
Second Row-G Millstine, J. Park, M.
Nelson, L. Belo, C. Pannier, D. Falls,
B. Creese, C. Williams, J. Fanning
Third Row-C. Kumperman, D. Ford,
D. Brandt, D. Bishop, D. Hannon,
A. Arnold, D. Richardson, R. Fisher
Fourth Row-W, Beatty, D, Huggins,
L. Bosh, R. Servick, P. Smith, D.
Pain, D. Mnrliezin, D. Budinger, Mr.
First Row-G. lang, W. Kroll, H.
Goulking, D. Dezart, M. Pfetsch, R.
Moore, C. Riley, B. Elter, N. Stur-
gess, K. Huust
Second Row-D. Fischer, R. Vestal, A.
Gray, D. Heddaeus, C. Gromly, B.
Shavlis, C. Hutchinson, R. Lambert,
B. Trogler, B. Brown, J. Powell
Third Row-D. Steele, M. Garrett, J,
Paul, D. Aveard, H. Campbell, H
Stoaps, J. Gindele, T. Osborne, K
Salter, Mrs. Rice
Fourth Row-S. Iseman, R. McCnnd-
less, R. Stevens, T. McDowell, P.
Koenig, K. Harmony, L. Rand, J.
Guzy, G. Cook, B. Salzer
First Row-P. Marko, M. Rippey, B.
Broslat, J. Reuter, R. Twaddle, D.
Race, P. Schroeder, V, Merchant, A.
Second Row-J. Zimmerman, S. Os-
born, D. Sarver, A. Quenin, H.
Alton, R, Cunningham, Miss Hunter
Third Row-C. Rowland, G. Foster, C.
Haley, A. Pinkerton, J. Reynolds, J.
Rist, D, lamorsoux, J. Hoos
Fourth Raw-J. Fongor, W. Bronlee,
G. Adams, V. George, l. Frevden,
K. Hurley, R. Merriman, D Oster-
First Row-l. DiCerbo, C. Gift, V.
Striclcer, M. Reynolds, D. Watkins,
M. Thornton, M. Cain, L. Ford, J.
Second Row-I.. Ringeisen, M. Yost,
M. Schroeder, J. Beatty, C, McKrey,
C. Madera, J. Hinshaw, J. Doran-
slsy, D. McCoy
Third Row-W. Patterson, J. Belo, D.
Rogers, R, Peters, C. Hawthorne,
D. Harnom, G. Adams, Mrs. Gant
Fourth Row-W. Unich, R. Rach, G.
Robinson, R. Gourley, A. Arnold,
J. Murphy, D. Vance, G. Campbell,
First Row-C. Wolf, R. Brandt, T.
Meighan, K, Fritch, J. Mansfield, .
Cunningham, R. Janes, C. MolTet
Second Row--S. Hanna, K. Taylor, E,
Emericlx, E. Hunt, C. Morris, .
Hoefner, E. Raithel
Third Row-E. Richards, C. Rehlin, M,
Young, R. Evushok, J. Schutte, R.
Jordan, J. Leonard, Mrs. Levendos
Fourth Row-K. Baer, K. Campbell, J.
Allen, B. Snyder, P. Martin, M.
Hobbs. P. Wicks
First Row-M. Sloan, R. Hosick, L.
Salalr, L. Adams, E. Manwiller, L.
Poliani, B. Sherman
Second Row-K. Wynkoop, S. Haren-
slli, C. Getty, B. Wharrey, J. Byerly,
D. Boles, H. Creeso
Third Row-T. Jureclxo, C. Johovich,
D. Turner, M. Lister, G. Lieb, R.
Fourth Row-D, Thomas, G. Jones, K.
Simon, W. Watkins, G. Nolder, H.
Larsen, J. Watts
First Row-J. Eich, J. Brusilx, G. Smith,
P. Morgan, P. Jones, B. Siefers, J.
Neal, L. Moser
Second Row--J. Blicllle, D. Scheible,
C. Johnson, J. Reasey, B. Van der
Voort, S. Long, Miss LaSalle
Third Raw-J. Marquis, R. Flook, T.
Hibbard, C. Jacobs, E. Wagner, C.
McFarland, C. Derstine
Fourth Raw-R. Vitanza, L. Slayton,
J. Werling, S. Hey, J. Cashion, T.
First Row-M. Sears, R. Pusateri, S.
Steel, F. Brede, R. Ellis, T. Rekich,
Second Row-V, Kailyar, C. Rinnaman,
P. Gorton, M. Cook, B. Campbell,
J. Amman, Miss Boyd
Third Row-R. Repp, D. Goehlel, C.
Lobigier, B. Austin, L. Cairns, R.
Pannier, B. Davis
Fourth Row-K. Kern, B. Muller, G.
Sarricks, B. Wisor, E. Haigh, B.
Riley, B. Brown
YOUTH TOOK ITS PLACE
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD
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Leading the student body and presiding at
Student Council meetings and other high
school functions is North Allegheny's choice for
their school president, senior Rand Brandt.
Rand also served as treasurer for the school
in his iunior year. Next in line and ready 'io
take over council affairs is Bob Beilstein who
holds the reins of the vice-presidency in his
hands. Two cheerleaders also pep up the
secretarial positions in student council. The
duties which accompany the office of record-
ing secretary for the school are fulfilled by a
sophomore, Carol Habel. To Jackie Thurston,
corresponding secretary of the school, goes
the task of handling all of student council's
bulletins and outgoing letters.
Into Lloyd Davidson's hands North Alle-
gheny students have placed all the respons-
ibilities connected with post of treasurer.
Promoting and planning the Annual Christ-
mas Food Drive and Talent Show are only two
of the many maior activities carried out by
Student Council this year under the super-
vision of their new sponsor, Mr. Robert Wil-
son. As another one of its important proiects
for the year T957 Student Council stepped
forward to welcome and greet over 300 other
council representatives from all of the schools
in Allegheny County. Since the convention for
these delegates, which was the first one to be
held for the Allegheny County area, was held
on the Gold and Black campus, the N.A.
school officers received the honor of being the
first officers to serve for the new district. Stu-
dent Council activities have been far reaching,
too, for next year council has made it possible
for a foreign exchange student to study at
Home room representatives and their advisor relax on the lawn
warth, M. Michallto, H. Yingling, M. Peterson, V. Tobias, D. Nichols, M. Kaiser, J. Blanchard
' A Second Row-Mrs. Bowman, J. Krietzburg, J. Hug, C. Caldwell, S. Salter, D. Pannier, V. Speer, l. lockard, J. Roth
1 K. Rudolf, C, Hahel, M. Theurer, J. Witt, P. Blicltle, E. White, R. Kiel, E. Fairley, A. Kiley, S. Sutter
B. Sweeney, F. Barkus, K. Mattsnn, E. Beeler, J. DeAnqelis
r Third Row-R. Brandt, G. Frey, I.. Palmer, R. Sass, K. Mcllvried, G. Stoops, J. Mushey, J. Sramelc, M. Franchuk
LJ W. Porter, P. Thurston, B. Beilstein, E. Roessler, M. Thurston, E. Florals, S. Stumbo, R. Watch, B. Steel
CHARACTER, AND SERVICE
Memories are made of this
Naticgxnal Honor Society, which is a nation-
wide organizotion, is considered to be the
highest recognition that a high school student
can receive. ln order to gain membership into
this society, a student must excel in not one
but four different fields. The fourfold phases
of National Honor Society include character,
leadership, scholarship, and service. All con-
sistent honor roll students in grades ten,
eleven, and twelve are eligible to be consid-
ered for o National Honor Society member-
ship. ln an impressive tapping ceremony be-
fore the entire student body, these newly
selected students are initiated. Each year
National Honor Society, which is headed this
year by Glenn Stoops, a member of the 1957
graduating class, holds a traditional dinner for
the charter members and the initiates.
First Row-B. Davis, J. Brusilt, E. Rudolf, C. Burger, J, Campbell, P. Smith, S. Marburger, J. Thurston, C. Fuellen-
JUNIOR HIGH SHOP CLUB
JUNIOR HIGH DRAMATICS
STORY TELLING CLUB
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ART SERVICE CLUB
Business staff takes
This year marks the second issue of our
yearbook, the SAFARI. Much of the credit for
the success of the yearbook goes to Mr.
Davies, who has been the sponsor for both
years. Behind the scenes a stat? of eighteen
students, fourteen of whom are seniors, have
worked hard to formulate the SAFARI. The
Editor-in-Chief is Joanne DeAngeIis, Literary
Editor, Jackie Thurston, Art Editor, Janet Hug,
and Business Editor, Bonny Hamilton.
How those fingers
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WE WHO WORKED AND WROTE THAT YOU MIGHT
READ AND REMEMBER
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Sitting-C. Gieszl, E. Tilp, M. Theurer,
Mrs. Glanz, l. Palmer, M. Downer,
G. Blalre, C. Hannon
Standing-S. Tate, S. Jones, K
Sweeney, W. Grelln, W. Winegar
S. McCulloch, C. Stevens, P. Maho-
ney, B. Sweeney, B. Bauer, J. Mil-
calf, A. Huvvar, P. Johnson, F. Bur
kus, C. Mamula
THE NORTH STAR
The main purpose of the school newspaper
is to inform the students of school activities,
athletics, and individual accomplishments.
The NORTH STAR, under the supervision of the
sponsor, Mrs. Glanz, has succeeded in accom-
plishing this purpose by putting out eight
issues during the year. The present Editor-in-
Chief, Marge Theurer, is assisted by Consultant
Editor, Larry Palmer, Makeup Editor, Margie
Downer, Sports Editor, Bill Bauer, and News
Editor, Pat Johnson.
Each year the literary society of N.A. puts
out a magazine entitled TIGER TALES. The
twenty member staff is led by Jo Ann Mil-
coFF and sponsored by Mr. Wall. The staff com-
bines all their literary talents to produce a
magazine that will be of interest to the stu-
dent body. This year TIGER TALES contains
such things as senior class wills and prophe-
cies, crossword puzzles, stories, student polls,
Stevens, M. Wiexel
Blicllell, E. Tilp
First Row-S. Sutter, E. White
Second Row-Mr. Wall, C. Wiedenhoff
J. Royston, A. Kieley, S. Lively P
Third Row-J. Busong, J. R h
Gillelnnd, B. Sweeney, S Black
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FOR FUN, FROLIC, AND FRIENDSHIP
Boys Leaders, sponsored by Coach Drazen-
ovich, was organized for the dual purpose of
developing skill in sports and teaching the
responsibilities of leadership. The active mem-
bership of both senior and junior groups was
approximately 40 members. Wally Barker
acted as president of the club. After a year in
Leaders Club, it is certain that these boys have
gained the qualities of leadership in physical
Wgixi QV CTIVITIES WITH APPEAL FOR ATHLETES
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SPORTS AND SERVICE IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Girls Leaders Club is under the supervision
of Miss Brodbeck who took the position of
gym teacher after Mrs. Egloff left in January.
Leaders Club members are girls who excel in
leadership and who are anxious to teach other
students the fundamentals of sports. The otiti-
cers of Senior Girls Leaders are: President,
Claudia Fuellenwarthg Vice-President, Audrey
Bergmang Secretary, Elsa Rudolf: Treasurer,
Ready und waiting!
THEY ARE THE SPIRIT BEHIND OUR TEAMS
If you see them a coming better step aside.
They've got the kind of spirit that never dies!
One fist of iron, the other of steel. lf their pep
doesn't get you then their enthusiasm will!
Donning a cloak of vim and vigor for the
season were the six varsity cheerleaders:
Eileen Richards, Jackie Thurston, Bonnie
Hamilton, Mickey Michalko, Karen Rudolf, cmd
Kathy Humphreys under their head, Claudia
Fuellenwarth. These girls sparkled as they
sparked their team to victory under the direc-
tion of their sponsor, Miss Brodbeck.
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Kathy caught on first'
First Row-B. Hemi
Second Row-K. Ru olf
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JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD
First Row-A. Smyth, B. Sherlock, C.
Belo, headp Carol Sue Schiller, Joyce
Second Row-Carol Fennel, Shirley
The six senior lassies who spotlighted the
marching maneuvers of the band were Jane
Davis, Joanne DeAngelis, Joyce Luster, Shirley
Marburger, Brenda Scull, and Marge Theurer.
The maiorettes displayed pep and vigor as
they performed at football games and pep
assemblies. Miss Hunter was their sponsor
and Janet Witt managed the enthusiastic high
Blow that whistle, Bill!
BATON TWIRLING BELLES AND LEADER
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VICTORY WAS THEIR CRY
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First Row-J. Schweiger, R. Hiner, J. Chotta, W. Barker, B. Good, A. Sohngen, B. Richards, R, Goode, B, Kwalik, S. Cleva, R. Brandt,
T. Dann, E. Florak, K, Altfather
Second Row-Coach Fox, M. McKay, H. Price, C. Watkins, R. Seeley, P. Mahoney, B. Bauier, P. Kellerman, F. Yohicll, l. Hurley, M. Rose,
B. Wappler, Asst. Coach Draxenovich
Third Row-C. Anke, K. Nagie, G. Leavesley, .l. Young, B. Hoffman, B. lammick, M. Grey, J. Rinltes, P. Dingfielder, J. Boston, 5. Gould,
Fourth Row-B. Hick, H. Wrigley, T. Murray, J. Feogley, D. Ebert, B. Delowry, H, Sisak, G. Geisler, J. Young, J. ellogatti, B, Gormley
Fifth Row-D. Auth, F. Helm, J. Davis, R. Rudolf, B. Baer, B. Smith, D. Davis, B. Fischer, L. Collins, D. Hogghi , R. Brandt
Sixth Row-B. Wessel, C. Harris, H. Ruprecht
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Second Row-Coach Horne,
J. Brownlee, B. Beilstein
D. Goode, W. Porter, M
Franchak, l. Davidson,
B. Bowman, Mr. Bowman
North Allegheny's great varsity basketball
team ended the 1956-57 season with 10 wins
and only 4 losses, which placed them second
in Section 9. Coach Horne's careful guidance
and patience helped lead the team toward a
winning season. Outstanding this year was
senior Jack Chotta, high scorer with 268
points. Jack was chosen "best player of the
year" in Section 9 and also had the oppor-
tunity to play in the All-Star Basketball game.
DICK GOODE MIKE FRANCHAK
. FROM A SPARK, TO
A FLAME, TO FAME
JACK CHOTTA WARREN PORTER
North Allegheny Avonworth North Allegheny Avonwonh
North Allegheny Hampton . North Allegheny Bellevue
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North Allegheny Bellevue North Allegheny Moon
North Allegheny West Allegheny
North Anegheny Stowe North Allegheny McKees Rocks
North Allegheny Moon Township Norlh Allegheny Comopolls
North Allegheny Shculer North Allegheny Stowe
North Allegheny McKees Rocks Noflh Alle9l'lenY Neville
North Allegheny West View North Allegheny MOOF1
North Allegheny Coroopolis North Allegheny McKees Rocks
North Allegheny West Allegheny Norfh Allegheny Corgopolis
North Alle-'9l"enY Stowe North Allegheny Stowe
Norlh Allegheny Moon North Allegheny Neville
North Allegheny Shcler
North Allegheny West View
North Allegheny Coroopolis
. AND VICTORY WAS THEIRS
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First Row-B. Nills, J
Davis, G. Leuvesley, B
Fischer, B. Genter, C
Second Row-Mr. DeAgus
tino, S. Stumbo, K
Neugie, B. Hoffman, D
Royston, R. Mienert
Third row-T. Dann, H
Sisok, C. Karsten, J
Murphy, E. Schmitt
Even though theirs was a losing season,
the North Allegheny wrestling squad, coached
by Mr. DeAugustino, gained in experience,
skill, and sportsmanship. Through their many
hours of long, hard practice, they gave the
spectators many thrilling matches. Wrestling
with Carnegie, the team scored fifty points to
make the most decisive win of the season. The
most exciting match was with West View at
the latter's gym, where the squad beat the
Indians by a very slim margin.
SENIOR VARSITY WRESTLERS
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North Allegheny 19
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North Allegheny 9
North Allegheny 40
North Allegheny 'l2
North Allegheny 24
North Allegheny 31
North Allegheny 6
North Allegheny 29
North Allegheny 50
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North Allegheny's baseball team in 1956
won the sectional championship, and this year
is entered in the Section 9 Division. Jack
Chotta, who was in the starting lineup last
year, usually throws in the starting pitch,
with Schmeiler, Price, and Sierka as relief
pitchers. The bases are well protected by Ron
Redilla at first, Dick Royston at second, and
Bill Vestal at third. Chuck Hannan is North
AIlegheny's shortstop, and received excellent
assistance from Ken Nagie in left field, Jack
Schweiger in center field, and Bill Wappler in
right field. The final position of catcher is
filled by either Miller or Sutter. Dick Royston,
Jack Chotta, Jack Schweiger, Bill Wappler,
and Ron Redilla are the senior members of
the team who were on the squad last year
Due to the lack of long-ball hitters, the base-
ball team relies mainly on speed. The defens-
ive ability of the team can definitely be de-
pended upon, as was shown by last year's
Kneeling-Managers T. Garrett, P. Heinemon, B. Patterson, D. Houghton
First Row-B. Vestal, C. Hannon, J. Chotta, D. Royston, R. Sutter, J. Boston, H. Sierka, B. Taylor
Second Row-J. Miller, E. Roessler, M. Mahoney, B. Schmeiler, B. Wappler, R. Redilla, P. Beilstein, J. Young,
Third Row-Coach Fox, l. Palmer, R. Huch, W. Ehrman, R. Moskrey, J. Schweiger, H. Price, J. Renkos, J. Harris
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VARSITY BASEBALL SENIOR LETTERMEN
A grand total of 75 boys went out for the
track team this year. After days of -elimin-
ations the team was cut down to normal size.
Most of the lettermen of previous years re-
turned, so the team will be a very experienced
one. The lettermen who will participate in
track this year are: Bernie Kwalik, who is cap-
tain, runs the 440 yard dash and mile relay,
Ken Altfather, high iump, Wally Barker, low
and high hurdles, Lee Hurley, shotput and
mile relay, Bob Whitesides, 880 yard dash,
T R A C K R E 5 U L T 5 Chuck Watkins, 880 yard dash, Lloyd David-
son, 440 yard dash, mile relay, and Rand
5hUle""R0lned OU' Brandt, shotput and discus.
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the individual contestant. So in order to ob-
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B. Walch, J. Barr, D. lambing
Second Row-Coach Drazenovich, E. Florak, B. Bowman, M. Thurston, M. Taylor, B. Winterworth, T. Brunt,
B. Steele, D. Gross, N. Oweley, D. Breir, l. Gray, Coach Davies
Third Row-G. Moellanhrolte, S. McCord, P. Brandt, G. Barr, C. Hagmier, J. Bell, B. Redilla, R. Redilla, J. Staus,
J. Bright, C. Cenke, J. Barr, B. Fischer, G. leavesley, D. Davis
Fourth Row-G. Geisler, D. Servich, D. Fonger, T. Murray, T. Charleston, D. Fischer, R. Morris, J. Kaiser,
H. Newton, J. Dolligoiti, D. Ebert, R. Rupp, H. Martin, G. Coyne
Fifth Rzw-S.BFa2:l1, Mi Ro?, fanny, B. Mulligan, J. Douglas, M. Schwerin, J, Thuran, D. Sisak, R. Mandra
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Sixth Row-T. Maxwell, D. Worth, P. Murphy, K. Kwalik, D. Robbins, K. Hurley, C. Riley, J. Fagley, J. Jardine,
B. Clifford, J. Foley, D. Debs
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COACH, TEAM, PEP, STEAM
Calisthenics to keep in shape
On your mark men
The Cross Country team, coached by Mr.
William Davies, consisted of nine members.
Bob Bowman, Hank Sierka, Bob Walch, Bill
Wintermantel, Tom Brunt, Mike Thurston, Bob
Whitesides, Mike Taylor, and Dave Lambing
were the fleet-footed runners. The team had
five meets of which they won one, defeating
Perry on October 'll at home with a decisive
victory. On Friday, October 26, the W.P.l.A.L.
Cross-Country tournament was held at the
Aliquippa Country Club. One hundred and
eighty boys participated in the meet and Bob
Whitesides placed twenty-first for North Alle-
gheny. Seven boys represented North Alle-
gheny at the district meet.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
First Row-Tom Brunt, Mike Thurston
Bob Whitesides, Mike Toylor, Dove
Second Row - Bob Bowmon, Hank
Sierkn, Bob Wokh, Bill Winter
montel, Coach Davies
Only 2V2 miles to go!!!
The end of a victorious iourney
First Row-D. Wist, D. Ferguson, C. Harris, K. Johnson, J. Burr, D. Steele
Second Row-D. Armstrong, B. Genter, C. Karsten, T. Dodson, P. Thurston, B. Springer, D. Auth, F Drop
THEY TEED OFF
Really in the rough!
Sixteen boys tried out for the golf team
and played a qualifying match to determine
who the team members would be. Chris Kars-
ton, Tom Dodson, Bob Genter, Peter Thurston,
Frank Drap, Jim Barr, Dick Armstrong, and Bill
Springer came out on top. Home matches were
played at the Shannopin Country Club and
the four competing teams were Crofton, Car-
negie, Avonworth, and West View. Mr. Robert
Testa was the golf coach for the 1957 season.
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