Northwestern High School - Del Nord Ovest Yearbook (Albion, PA)

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'f gf,-,Q Z .V ' f X I , ' I f I ffifff f X ,,,ff f OU "The Pe-ople's are kind 4, ,' X Nixiki N0 X X W' CCN TEN fmc:1fb'TY SSWEJORS f 'UND RCRRSS E 51415555 M N45 -'ff STUDENT Lying, 7 MUSJG 83 RTD-CLETIGS 9 ,,yc+Hr:7'1v177:g ,fn 7 9'3 4 7'9"7'e 5 - 4 4 . Q 5x82 A 9 Auf? SPR f . 0 20: Jjfx x . X V SCHOOL BOARD The problems of a newly consolidated school are many and varied. Northwestern's School Board, under the able direction of President Ernest Kennedy, coped successfully with our problems throughout the year. The parents, teachers and students of this district are deeply indebted to them, We wish to extend our sincere thanks for a job well done. D ' iffllaff.. 5,1-.Q-..,,, M ,.. Dear Friends, Class of 1960: Your teachers at Northwestern join me in a note of appreciation to you for the cooperation and achievement, It has been stimulating to us to work with you and to have been a small part in your edu- cational efforts. We know that you will not remem- ber many of the little details of learning. On the other hand, we are certain that you can never forget the many friends and personalities you have en- countered during your high school days. If we have made you an eager, consistent learner, if we have caused you to be just a little more humble and considerate, if we have created a desire in you to become effective, loyal citizens, if we have shown you that reason and charity are more effective in getting things done than an arbitrary, uncom- promising attitude, if we have instilled in you a desire to love and to serve your fellow-man as well as to achieve personal advantages-then we will have achieved our purpose. "And now abideth faith, hope, and charity, these three, but the greatest of these IS charity." We wish for you and yours the best of every- thing. Your Principal Charles C. Gilbert PRINCIPALS' MESSAGES "The tbingr taught in Jcboolr . . . are not an educa- tion, but the mean: of education," Ralph Waldo Emerson Dear Friends of the graduating class of 1960: Emerson, in his wisdom, points out that 1960 is for you truly a "commencement," and not an end of learning. If you know all the world's knowledge of today and learn no more, you will be ignorant in the complex world of 2000 A.D. We at North- western know that you are a great class, we challenge you to continue to grow in understanding and character. This world of 1960 desperately needs your leadership and service for the cause of humanity if the Northwestern class of 2000 is to graduate to a better world than ours of today. Please come back to visit your Alma Mater, Northwestern, in the years to come. Supervising Principal, Donald C. Thompson 5 PRINCIPAL FIGURES ,Qi 25-3 ,',, g, 'f,.,'A f ,g ' 34,3 gfizywv-.. X 6 'fifiyr' 'N ff-' fir , ,.AI,A , .. . .1 ,V., fW4f " 6:ff?":41'i1""g-L , "V , ,iz ""ff.ff5iffi1i'E f - '-f-a1.Z4y1z4- , 41, 4 9511, on-4 f I .. Q..--5gIE2?1,Tg... M, , new I x "Efjie,,.- 1 i 1 X ' I I' 1 rn , sy , 1 1 9 'W' N11 4 I 1 5' 11 ' V 7 1 , 1- f I 16' V Y if 9 V1 fl! ' 1 W 'ff I 1 F 50" ' 11'1 I , K 1 131 , 1 0 fi 1 X 1 1,1 11 W 1 41 ' N! 1 riff' 1 If fin? , ,fy 3' , I f 1 1 f 1 1 1,1 ff QV 1 far 1 ' , 'WW . f 0 1 I 1, f 51" , X ff I' ff1,4 f I I f ffl I, If 1 1 1 DR. BROWN f. I A -5Wis"1ZWiffff .i I 4' "3 QZWJQZMEQ-if up ...jig Q,- 177 3 fx i. , yi 1 , 15:3 Cglgzgyff, 1+ 1-il., -,.-pw.,-,ff 1 1, N, ,'f:f'l5.1"' Fw? "P'.4IE:':'59,... 1.4 "f',!7' 47:5 m1.,,4f-fw:w 6429-,Q1,g,A...,1.. M1 -, L .-,' ,. , f23g,2:11...'-:0 I mn, .391 fb-if 1 ffff 5151 M" V 11 .fn I "",:51-QL'-4: V 1'-Vi? -:+I wr-'Z' 42, A f . " .f'H5'9'v-:Q , wa' 2.1 41111 , f. 5414.5 3:5 3.: f-159: 1,151 153333, .- Q4:3.,1:c:':.".'.1. ,,f',..,.,,, ' ' 1 025:-1 gf 9.1 5.2057 'c ' , :Zi-' 4'.aku1-'fy 11:.4v 44ygi.4f.1:f' fix' Q...-1 t 42, ' GGY! ""ifi'fv7 v WW M5721 ,ff 2 f 1. f , nf. 1. fc Q A fw .. ' ., 1.?4f ' ,ff MR. HUNTLEY We recognize Dr. Brown as the Director of Curriculum. Mrs. Shaeffer as our school nurse. Mr. Huntley is recognized as the Administrative Assistant. Our office staff is often taken for granted because much the scenes. O O 415 5 1tlwi?w'l'2 5'5?ii:L'5i-1 1:-5 'K 1 IN SCHOOL MRS. SHAEFFER of their work is done behind 4 1,a:v1f11111 42 6 OFFICE WORKERS MY ' . ,...4,VL..','g. 'w' .. .6 1'-.gi ,.1-.-' ":"' . 4 .3 -- ,g.,'1 -'L 'Hi i1.'3'i1-. ilk.- .rut LMI , I , ,.,,.'aa KZW, , - :lf , if 1 ' a E . BUS DRIVERS MR. ROBERTS Our bus drivers must be remembered for the faithful regularity in driving our long tedious bus routes for both school and extracurricular activities. Good food is important to hungry students, and we thank our cafeteria ladies for providing us with plenty of hot nourishment through the cold winter days. We thank all of you. MR. BISHOP CAFETERIA LADIES ggi ...ki V yum, xppli Mk imma, 'QS ,-.. X 4 YEARBOOK STAFF Editor ,..,,,,, Arfiftarzt Editor -.. Biuirzeff Manager -.. Susan Barron --,- Berry jane Klobusnik Tom Farver Treawrer ...., W-.. ...,....,. Dick Cassidy Co-Secretaries ,,-,.-, W, Margie Zemcik, Ellen Leehan Literary Co-Editor: -.-, U, Belva Sherman, johna Gilbert Maris Editor nn , Sport! Editor , A , , ,, Advertifirzg Manager ,E --- Commercial W, H, -- Art Editor W, Sirbrcriptiom , , , , - -- Mary Silfies Lewis Shiley George Makson Maggie Zemcik - -E , Ellen Leehan Peggy McBride Photography E. . g e,e. ,.-. .,E,. Gene Carhcarr Afrirtarzt Pfaotograpby ,.,, , U r,,,-.,EE,,,,N.. ,, Don Mikovch Atlvirorx ,,,, W-, 7 Wu Mr. jack Crycler, Mr. Paul Cassidy glfznzulig X W ju X N W A N4 , 1 54 P! U' .,, il , L 1 4,14 .uiyhh 31721911 I1 ' CHARLOTTE AMES Englixlo my ,,,r ,k !f Af ,, Q gf, fx fy 5 ,X I ,, ff f , W, , WW ' . , , ,,,, V ,,f f ' , an V 4- fav! V WV L A ff VV -V Q , ,,-.,-M 4 of , . -.-.f 1, , Wi f f 1 1 LV il V W W 4-Q1 . 1' V IMZ7 ,ff-V MARGARET BEARD C om mercial gl IV nmfammnu-al nuum 1 V r 4-.um-n :nV.nm:.:-:su i 1 5 I W' "'Q,f'WA" ERNEST CASERTA Language .V A f w z, 1V , -1. ,I V V 1' f f y lg, I af "1 5 71 ? :MZ v. M, f' 4 ff V, , 7 , , ' , V" if WW 11 fy, W W'-5 " Lf ., , 'ZQ X4 f 'LZ " V R R RRRRARA f X 257 fcfai 2 '-f ,, ', 7 , .Q -V W ,VZ ' I, f ,I 1 ', 'Q f , f flf 4. , 1 a.,A,, ROSCOE COB LENTZ. Core ., l 40' 1, - 1 f' V ' , , w ffl VV, of , ,M ff 115315 in, V .1 ., 71 j 2' 9,1 ,, , f , ll J f n f Y , ,V 'fa '???flf? A , ,4 nflj' I, E ,gg X X ! 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Z-. .JM I ROBERT KROMER I Health ' ff - D V9 J 1 1 w M iif 'Q 4 n VVhV V . , 1.2 'I 'QA' 31,35 ,gr ,L ,ww , gixxw. N x X'-gn' ' N X X O X W' KX A N 5 x N - 1 ,x Q, .. 'EFX N' Ngiafigki' , D PAUL MACZUGA E - - Commercial ' CHARLES LEEHAN Shop rg 1 .., f E 5 4' STEPHEN MELLON ' Tfi, SW lf' I 6 'f If a 195 Z 1, 1 1 9 ff f , ,K 4 7 f I 7 f ry, , , ., ,V f V . W, , .,.4vf- Q JOSEPH LISEK Pbyiicul Ed, l HELEN MERSHON Math 1 DONALD LAUGHNER JEAN OLEARY ', 1f,,,ff,2f ' f ' 1 1 ' M4119 Hfdlflf O 1 1 W ""f !' " '- V - -134, QA f' 1' 'I - afwav ,ff-Cf' , rw! :r--LZ. 1'i2:ff.,-gg ff ., . wa My f fn zwymgfg. -'sqgw rm ':, 1GfLv-Qi' " " .. , ,,,, . .! .f THOMAS MOLSKY Driver Training W ff' , az lk' U1 fur '. ' F-Sz-W.. ' fQL1Qi'f D , A251-2 25 1 11931-, f y f I I iii DCrROTHY MOODY Pbyficfzl Ed. ' OLIVE MULHOLLAND H omermzleirzg V. 'file' J ew ' 11 ' .mxgggi-Q ' Yi? 'F' 'iv' ,f I ! 21 ggi' I 'qizfrfrr ' I VW' 1 ,.l?f,, .V 4254- Kg iz' -::- n wa, .gg , . I .-'Mfr' A S- 'V ,5qg. A iffy! THOMAS OSBORN Agriculture '9 'J , JVM f 'b U 'Ez f, +1 , 1 ,L f - I .n m - -.-. f ,-91-.. My ff, f , ,- f Q 1 xy 1 2 I 1 f 1 f GLADYS PFAU Library A , J :V EE-V ' , ,,31?ag,,f , I V 1 nf' .,1Lf'1'11"'. , , I -.,z1,c:1:1v.v rf-iffufw ' DAVID REES H iszory ,bw ,-1 'wx ff Lzfgm 5 112512151 jf, ,NI ' L, . , ., , I ,f , r 9 xl! ,, 4 ag f 1 f fr Y fo 6 , f ff I! f 1. f ma:v2ff,f "E't'i-'71f1lZf7151ffP"f 4" ff,-:fr V. .. .ijfzjlz , :V E?lgq,gf3::,-E 'ff 1.1-32:5 , , N' naw ,H ' z:-1 ,fr:---.f.--:--.:-:':-:4:- vw' 1 , f W , , ,, ff, 1 H ,f 5 I, 1 22,191 ff Q f , f 1 Ulf, wf 151, p --::1,:,:,.,.,,-, ,.- . ,. ,.,.,,. 2+LV22,1.f5f" RICHARD SABO , ' ' ,, , ' 1 Q11 522 WILLIAM SHELLHAMMER C 0 re M y - ' if ,fi 4, , f f 5 ' ,. x YQ ." P 4,1 , ,' T"':1,. fww E I ff" ,I , "WT" Jffff f 'lf - V 42" ' 11" ' ay, Y .1 ETI-IEL STALLBAUM Math JOANNA ROBB BERNARD TWARDOXVSKI Commercial Core 1. 2 'lil' Q 2 'I JULI A STANTON Reading "ML MARY STEARNS Core f,,5,.:, , ,,.,, 1 ., VV H ,f. ,, V L ' , . f .1 If .rag wif 4 Z , ,i W M gyya, fa 1 ' 1 1 ,J ,C .... - .1 .,f,. f ' ,V ,Li A I I 1 I If , L, PAUL TAYLOR Coumelor Y F , ,.f,',, , gl, W .4 frm, 9 " - ' Q 4, 1 :I ,l 'iflff r 'ff' , , , , ,fu . - f 2541, - W I , ..,, Z ,WW if . L?,,,,! . . Q' yrgiff' ' C' Q s X ll .fs . . 4 3 L ip . 5 if CHRISTMAS DANCE 1 1 King, R. Cassidy, Preritient, Mrs J. Shearer, Queen S. Barton. During the school year of 1959 - 1960 the Northwestern Parent Teacher Student Association programs were planned to bring a better understanding between the home and school in order to secure maximum benefits in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education, Some of the activities of the year sponsored by the Northwestern P.T.S.A. were: Prize winning centennial float-"Jacksons Crossroads Schoolhouse." Welcome breakfast for area teachers. Serving of the Alumni Banquet. Sponsoring of the annual Christmas Dance for the faculty, families, and students. j Presentation of a trophy at the junior High Holiday Tournament. j Third annual Prom to Dawn. Open house and departmental displays. I Presentation of the P.T.S.A. Scholarship. 1 The Northwestern P.T.S.A. wishes to thank everyone for his co-operation through- out the year and to tell you we were very proud to have the opportunity to serve the X school and the students. We truly enjoyed it. The P.T.S.A. extends sincere congratulations to each and every graduate of the class u of 1960. fl ,s i ,I .1 ,. il I. A li i l i I i l 4 l QTQSQAQ l f i 'I I I V 14 llrkltfigx 1 , f m 4 I mints Q mf. -:...e,w1m....v,..X, .. .. GMM .JdmAwKh.f14, , . 1, . .. ,. 43.1 fa 0 X lla, LINDA JOY ALTHOF "Lynn,' Coune: Homemaking Ambition: To be queen of Sheba and have a thousand handsome slaves. A natural flirt . . . versatile hair . . . saucy . . . goes for Conneaut guys . . . sings a silky melody. 16 SHIRLEY ADAMS "Shirl" Cowie: Commercial Ambition: To go to Hawaii . . . An F,H.A. girl . . . Happy all the time . . . Believes in "one other world." ROBERT BARNES "Bob" Cmnsef General flmbilimlx Serve his hitch in the Navy . . . An East Springfield Character . . . Goes for the feminine gender . . . Seen with john. . . Carefree. - Q. . w usp: ef virgins, ,gt 3.5 l xg ,. i ffl - f GARY BALL "Gary" Cfmne: Vocational Agriculture Ambition: To never see school again . . . A Lundys Lane towhead . . . Goes for juniors . . . Wears a blue F.F.A. jacket . . . Likeable. ,..,-e.....4....n.,....vn.m..m--nuumr ' ' 4 - - ' Y ,,1,, r. FLORA MARIE BEMIS "Flo" Course: Academic Ambition: Marry a tall rich man . . . Seen helping in the office . . . a faith- ful G.A.A. member . . . Always willing to help . . . still searching for that guy. SUSAN BARTON Sue Courxes Academic Ambition, Be very indepenclcntly, in terestingly successful . . . An armload of bracelets . . . Del Nord-Ovests' second mother . . . Sloe-eyed singer , . . Class plays' "Sophisticated Lady" Tri-Hi-Y plays an important role . . . A trace of the old South. GERALD BREWER "jerry" CO1H'J8.' General Ambition: See the world hunt . . . A quiet lad shy smile . . . "The thin man. Likes ro Sports a .v JUNE BISHOP "Jur1ie" Courre: Commercial Ambilionx To be a nurse . . , A smile on her face . . . Sax in the "Blue Notes" , . . Top notch cook . . . Ter- rific seamstress . . . Tri-Hi-Y Vice' President. 17 ,. ,f W ,Qi T 9 Z ig 5 ' , i fp We f 1, ritjagw 'ifzwmfsi , -just-if za, '7,5!4i'fW 'wif' WILLIAM BUSH "Bill" Course: Academic Ambition: Be a one-man competitor for a Harvard debating team . . . On the go . . . seen traveling with George . . . Unwilling Romeo of the junior play . . . Cra-a-azy! The mouse that roared. 18 -1-vvgrqz-f-,-,ve'--li-, , L 51.1. ,fq:f':f'- 'Z'?7W'tf-,A,. I f, ,f.-, , , VV 4, ,f.g7l,f',ff K14 ':f -, , ' lg, 'gala .Uri I -'f'i 'H1i1' ' 131--jr. 'i ' fffaift' ' 4 f' .v iz .. I rttt ' I, ' -'fi-554-life' 2' 15511 5 , L - ' FMEC. '.I:,N. ' "3l5Qi1,,',--,, 1. , wr ' V -N5 2 t ffl . " f.1ju. ?i , f M , , f- 792271 '2 f f Fa- '12 :af Wiki", a - ,ff , ,LLF2 S' ' wi 1 ' X , It-if" 1 My -. ' -G ,Q V I. , SALLY BRIGHT "Sal" Courre: Home Economics Ambition: Be a nurse . . , Wishes she were older . . . pals around with Millie . . . will be glad to graduate. ALLAN CARR HAI., Coune: Academic Ambition: Get rid of my trombone Generally seen with a red face . seems to enjoy POD classes!! plays the snappy pep band. ior S 2 GLORIA BUTLER "Gloria" Courrez' Commercial Ambition: Be a secretary and marry a certain guy . . . Seen in a green Ford . . . Liked by everyone . . . never without that guy's ring . . , a snap ofa commercial student . . . types for the newspaper . . . pretty long dark hair. .xt-.F , in ,U 1 I ,f,.,5Yr- A its an SHIRLEY CHROMIK "Shir1" Courfef Acadamic Ambition: Nurse and who knows what else? . . . One of our dancing majorettes . . . Studious scholar . . . Art is a pastime . . . Ambitious is the word for her. A, . DICK CASSIDY "icky Dickieu Courre: Academic Ambition: To be alone on earth with that "certain person" . . . "Hot Lips" . . , "Weeelll Darling" . . . The Mad Hatter . . . Slightly musical P-Sam. CAROL DEVIES "Carol" Course: l-lomemaking Ambition: Own Bush's Drugstore . . . has a smile for all Bush's customers especially those who buy sundaes . . . short and peppy. 4535 , - ,,,.,,fM MARLENE CONNORS "Marlene" Connex Commercial fi7Illiifi0l1.' Import some Florida sun shine to Pennsylvania . a dark haired dreamer . . . Legs like a Vegas showgirl . , . "Some Enchanted Eve- ning" a heart to give away. 19 .....r......W..-...,f,-wrw.-mv fn-mffrmfzfaf-. W ,L 1-,Qin51-,.vfff--ffv'.v-.-.- -A L, ALICE DIBBLE "Alice" Cowie: Home Economics Ambition: Have her own home. One of the prettiest F.H.A. girls we have . . , seen at Teed's serving sodas . . . That wavy hair . . . Movie star smile. 1 1 J, ll 1, ri it 1? I l f , 3-Q4-Q51-.,f1G.a::Ju" fn 1 OLIVE ANN DRAPER Tiff" V,.g,,w' Drooper 3, , Cowie: Academic I Ambftzonx Criminologlst . . . Marriage " H I counselor . . . solves everyone's prob- 7V f7' Qfif A . lems . . .ydistortecl sense of ,humor . V :Al nj I 3 everybodys buddy . . . distinctive gig- ' 4. '--+43 ,, E' V , , ,.. 4 gk- -- '777 ,V f .?f'f" ,.f,,,, .'J1,,j .V i l A ,Q THOMAS BUSECK FARVER "Lefty" Connex Academic Amlzilionx To go to South Africa . . . A questionable P. K .... quiet, but, Oh My . . . plays a cool baritone . . . 20 everybody's friend . . . seen with his harem. y,,1.f4-Atggmq ,Q . .- , - -:,5- y ' i-"LQ-..,,-iq'-A-41-'f ' L I ef ,- ROSALlE EAGLEY "Delishus" C0urJe.' Commercial Ambition: To get married . . . Seen with johna and Connie frequently visits the office . . . needs to marry a millionaire . . . habitually absent from school . . . Mr. Sabo's "Footies Queen." Li, r Ki' ,fun-it Effivfv. I ' .' ,,,C"5,L-' . N . Q ,gl f?1i,,QI:Al,: , . , -I xy DIANA GAGE "Shorty" Courre: Commercial Ambition: Be tall and sophisticated , . . a marching princess on the football field . . . shimmering gold falls on her shoulders . . . a very chic dresser . . . attracts fellas like honey attracts bees. F ,, i CHARLES FIRST "Charlie" Course: Academic Ambition: To make a permanent change of Diana's last name . . . . . . . . friendly . . . gone over a girl named Diana . . . a great wrestler . . . envied for that pretty curly hair, f ' ' ff: af gfkffiik' , .Z .f 222'-N 'L' ' V ' V ts ,. fi ,, 1' f ja2,iL,,j ,V ,.f K. Q J , at-t ff , 5 1' ' " ' x ,,", 1' , ' li ,f MICHAEL GEVIN "Mike" Course: Industrial Arts A7IZIliL'i07l.' To be Beetle Bailey II . . a Yogi Bear fan . , . goes for girls . . . Football is his passion . . . thinks he ought to have a harem . . . fourth period character. p at 'emfqnf A ji ,gi ll -'fglf' fag? Wi' ' '-7 JIU Z Qi 'ff 'ii X Ny' fy I az ' gig ' ci MARTHA GENUNG "Jeanne" Cowie: Academic Ambitimzf to be somebody . . . a con- fused girl who ought to be one every- body knows . . , a friend of Linda's . . . an individualist. 21 5 E i is l ., i 1, .A flf "if the f , Z' JOHNA GILBERT "Johnnie" Course: Commercial Ambition: To be pleasingly plump . . . You have to watch for those quiet ones . . . "The Best of Everything" . . . has a passion for "Devil Eyes" . . . "Enchanted" TONY GOEDECKER "Tony" Courlef Commercial Ambition: To become a great football 1 player . . . Tony along with jim kept y commercial classes from being boring . . . Football player and wrestler. 1. ,ETM g ,I 3: . .cl.. , 1 ." . 5115, wifi-' . 'Ev' ROGER GREENLEE ..Rog., Counter Vocational Agriculture flmbilionf See something besides Al- bion . . . A redhead with everything that goes with it . . . Pigskin Cafflef . . . Future Farmer . . . English C1355 22 bl1gS him. W -:wax -V J Q' . 'Q .-1 -:wri te Fi N Y 4 .' J Q x. f CLINTON GRAHAM "Clint" Course: Academic Ambition: To get rich without working at it . . . Carefree cut-up Jackson Ave- nue errand boy . . . A camera fiend . .- Speedo. LW: :- ' f J3.':f.lZ':,' .typ - ugly-, '-M, -AW.-,, 1? sgzavwvfl' lr li, , 14 5 . .'l V. if 1 , ,,.,v t 'tt' it--'f?f331-rr rf' KH-J rf-'ff': ' f, 1 , 2 . SANDRA GULU "Sandie" Course: Homemaking Ambition: To graduate and be a child nurse . . . quiet . . . seen with jim . . . pleasant smile . . . sunny disposi- tion . . . pals with Judy. ., """7"' V -1 af, ' ! 1.- W 1 . , ' , EV ' ' 'E 11 ' f , .1157- f "saw ' - ,Hagan - ,. .. " 2? vi' -W ' ' sr U far' 'iff' f' 'lf Z3 rfge fifff , 1 .fiy-.',f'fi1.:f, 'f' ' 5' AQ. . my 1 ,s , i ,Y 4, E553 ' 2 , 3 f ' gint , X6 r iff' s af W t V'-fl 2f"2?'a . , r , ,.,t y ...,,. X ,. , 1, x 55, . ff ' 2 JAMES GULU "Jim CMouchiej " Courre: Industrial Arts Ambition: Navy "man" Navy Friend- lylg crazy mixed up kid . . . buddies with Cleve . . . likes cheerleading . . . a nice kid to know. GLENN G. HANAS "Bugs" Course: Industrial Arts Ambilion: To get a job . . . seems shy but??? . . . seen with Maggie in a 55 Ford , . . devoted teaser . . . likes it when all the fellows come over, wonder why?? . . . was on the Track team. If t A e x m--,,mrE Grinder GEORGE I-IANAS "Bud" Courier Academic Ambizion: Never to have any more English classes . . . tall dark-haired Romeo . . . seen with Bill and George . . . Poker player . . . prefers Science to English. 23 1" -1: fi5z-zrizwv , 51' f f' ' f "1ff4Zw'f..f-".1l4! . I ' i ' 'f '9i"-M" W112lpE'f" FW , , ,I .1 Lgiff,-A' iff" i, :- ,J,.,, If 1 ag, wi, -f:'!',,f,fv,mff ' 1 45, ,. V, I, "f 5' ' zf ff,-gin - PEARL HARAYDA , - be "pea f 1" -' gg: t , n , gif: " f V ? C014 fre: General Z A' Ambiiiofif To find 3 millionaire . . . A I under her Christmas tree . . . Happy- , ,, V V, go-lucky . . . Works at Reeses . . . ' ' Z, 'Vic , ' 4' i ' . . f .f ' jan1ce's companion . . . Wild sense of humor. 4 I X XX? J 1 DANIEL HENDERSON "Danny" Cozzrre: General 'fix Ambition: To have work abolished 'W' from schools . . . Blue-eyed blond . , . Likes the hours after 4 pm, from Mon- day to Friday, BARBARA HILL "Bobbie" Courre: Commercial Amfaitionx To marry Neal . . . One- man woman . . . Velvet eyes . . . low persuasive voice . . . member of the "Corals" . . . "Sophisticated Lady." 24 ' 'iff'-A 'FI' . ' ' .fx-pffsj-,I L DAVID HERSHELMAN "Hersh" Coune: Industrial Arts Ambilion: To run his own school . . . Devil Eyes . . . Tries to confiscate his brothers Ford . . . madcap study haller . . . like his girls long-haired and slender . . . Big time flirt. L, .. l Mm .N ' png. . WILMA JEAN HILL "Williei' Course: Commercial Ambition: Child nurse . . . Cheerful- ness, dependability, and pep mark this G.A.A. gal . . . Has crazy eyes for? . . . underclassman! PHYLLIS HILL "Flip" Courier Commercial Ambition: To be a private secretary . . . Tall, slender, natural blonde . . . Easy to like , . . Tri-Hi-Y secretary . . . Has an eye for the fellas . . . "When you wish upon a star." EUNICE LOVE HOROSCHUCK "Eun" Coune: Commercial Ambition: To travel around the world . . . Hates boys??? . . . Quiet . . . courage of her convictions . . . pretty long hair . . . likes to have pajama parties . . . seen with Judy solving Math problems. 3 ff ,ffl . A ,,,, I if , 5 QT: ' Q. . 1 4 , . M. ' 'gf 0 wfiiiilk . fri' ' ' ,fi "", ' , ia M, I - 2' if ly . , Z , ', 1 f,+54, " 2"a'G"f ,V Wim 5,45 -QM fffie? f ' ,?4.'3,f, 'f Q? ,M MICHAEL HOMANSKY "Mike" Courier Academic Ambition: To be captain of the S.S United States . . . A quiet strength 25 7 win- Y I: .1'??'l2lFi , , . v'rt"- Vw ,S t 3f,.A,hfU fy..g.f1 .V.wzf9wfqf,f,, V .- -' ' i - - -ff Vf ' f WAQQVQ 'ri 2f:s.f.qlq- .f ' ' ' or lf'-Tl '-imqegw .. is.. . v ', .:. 41- v X421 .- ' mfr iii? Z -V ,. V , V ,H I Ziyi' ii 2712? V .i 25222. - , .A . f fl 2112.5 . ff ' V if: i5iZi?f'.l , ' V. ,gf 'xy' Q4 Y , V. .,-v.Wa'c..fV-' - , ' fV' yy,-., ' . . ,aff . ' ,iz V , g ,, Wgfwql, , J V ff new '94 , " 1:4.i'-1723324 zxfff' . ' 'wrwzif -521' V V., - f 4, ,A pi: M 4. ,V. .kwa ,.,,,4 . .. .1 s , 4 Vx, ',,f::1Vm.-': . 'wie I -' -,ll , Wa. V, ,. HAROLD JOHNSON Wop.. Courre: Special Ambition: Be Russia's next leader and have a certain girl follow him there . . . Athletics personified . . . Leader of the Seniors, class, Hi-Y, Chorus, and Varsity "N" . . . Easy going charmer . . . Romance is On the agenda for this tall, dark and handsome captivator. 26 ,.f2QE.E:Q ..4.1g.LQ1,.',. W Q . .I Mr, f -,uf A' V' " A 5.f'f?f L- ilili Zig i - "fi, V W. 1-yi 'iz' i , V41 Vi V' -7 , 52 if .V -.5, .4 avi'-' QQLQVQ P ' RUSSELL HUNTLEY "Russ" Courres Industrial Arts Ambition: Owns his own Mercury . . . Seen in that Well-known red and white Merc . . . Gives the opposite sex goose- bumps . . . Plays a mean trumpet. abs ROBERTA JONES HBCI-t.. Courier Commercial AI7lbili0ll.' To find her one and only . . . Snappy dancer . . . I-las definite Opinions . . . Seen sneaking into the cafeteria . . . A short skirted twirler . . . DOn't underestimate this one . . . --.. - --- -...--.--.-... ,.....-.. .tmmmm-n .L ' ' 'T V 1 . 3231" ' ,, ll U . 'RQ' ,' wa lV t t -1, . Z i ' ','.', V Yr Vi x Q " 6 . Ha . , .f lf? if ' 1 ' ii-1: . -1 S . s i' 1 X f ,lay . l A ' ,f V I 1-jf ' ., 1 . .fix , :.fa'f. - , 1 4 - if gf 1 , ...Q 'i 5951 . . . A f xl m s. ' QS f23'f.f'gV Irish EDWARD JONES "jOnesie" Course: Industrial Arts Ambition: To be a draftsman . . . Easy going fellow . . . says he ought to be more serious . . . Doc-sn't smile often, but when he does . . . Velvety brown eyes send the girls. yvfyyl in rf- 'SLE'- CONSTANCE KULYK "Connie" Courre: General Ambition: To own a stable of horses . . . Has trouble deciding among her guys . . . a house on a hill . . . sleepy voiced singer . . . fun is her hobby. JOHN A. KOHUT "John" Courre: Academic Ambition: To teach at Northwestern Tall . . . handsome . , . all around athlete and boy . . . disrupts fourth period English . . . shoulders like Rock Hudson . . . KATHRYN KUVLESKY "Kathy" Connex Academic Ambition: To play something else besides mother in the class plays . . . An athletic blonde . . . subject to at- tacks of giggilitis . . . one of our musicians . . . "Mother" in the Senior Play . . . high in scholastic achievement . . . Wilma's cohort. JAMES KUVIK ..Jim,. Course: Commercial Ambition: To boss his own delivery boys . , . Travels in a black Ford . . . baby doll . . . wild man . . . a full-time playboy , . . a roving Casanova. 27 GERALD XV. LEEH AN "Jerry" Cowie: Academic Scientific Ambition: Sell Liberace toothpaste . . . Our own French-Irishmen . . . North- westerns Cecil B. DeMi1le. . . known by his swaying walk . . . intellectual redhead . . . Miss Kenny's right- hand man. 28 ELLEN LEEI-IAN "Ellen" Coufre: Commercial Ambition: To replace Bardot . . . Sec- retary to most everything . . . Proof that beauty and brains do mix. PATRICIA MARCINOXVSKI "Pac" Connex General Af?1bilifJII.' Be an admiral and have 1000 sailors in her command . . . pretty entry in the Grape Queen festi- val . . , n future homemaker . . . attracts the opposite sex. A, V IP ti , , GEORGE B. MAKSIN "Georgie" Courxe: Academic Ambition: To have a harem . . . Pret- tiest gal in all our plays . . . chartered member of the hot-rod club . . . baby doll face . . . short, sweet and sen- sational . . , likes Girard girls. L-. 1.4 I F552 A L?- '.,,,qA.r Qi.,-. ' JULIA MATHEWS uludyy, Coune: Home Economics Ambition: To marry a rich man . . . Pleasant personality . . . has a ball in homemaking classes pals with Sandy . . . likes a certain senior. SANDRA LEE MARTIN "Sandy" ' ' "' I 'X ' x Courrei Academic General V Ambition: To study music . . . Always ' E A, smiling . . . plays the piano for the , Mig I' ' ' N.W. chorus . . . Prefers the Navy Y . , . Went to District and State Chorus. 4.4, , I '," if-. iw.. , ,.,, Q JAMES MAXWELL ..MaXy,, Courre: Academic A7lZ5ilf0ll.' Get a college degree . . . Ran the gridiron and the basketball court . . . Catchy catcher . . , Smooth dancer . . . Clear baritone , . . A like- able personality. MARGARET MC BRIDE ..Peg,. Courre: Academic Ambition: Nurse . . . Blue-eyed Irish girl . . . "Crisco" . . . life of any party . . . G.A.A. Star . . . noted for her laugh . . . can be heard for miles. 29 STEPHEN MII-IALEK "Steve" Courref Academic Ambition: Live a life of ease . . . tall ,man with a football . . . a Cranesville character . . , Nonchalaut . . . can do without girls, 30 4 ' -1 , I ,491 ' ' "A '-vga -V ' ' f,7g,.3v-151, !2,,,1Vfg 'I '- 2-fx 13' el g .. 2- . V' I945 ' "' - ,151 :yr ,, ' ' fi V J 'Ne- , 1:3424 A fail? - ' , .f:V,V, .V ,I I f fifawff fl- V' .V ' - ., 1151, f , 29:21 V V-6212 'fl-if f ff 743514 V A 4za.,.V.,by4V ' fs " :Q BERNARD MEEKER "Bernie" C0lH'J'6.' Industrial Arts Ambilion: To make money . . . wishes he were a millionaire . . . active mem- ber in the Archery Club. 1 JANET MORRISON .Jann Cofzrrta' Commercial , flmbitiorz: To find "Mr, Right" known for her singing ability . . . would like to be married . . . "Tear- drops in her eyes" . . . Pegs friend . . . ik' .K Jr., U J- mph is I mum I ti ',,4r? 4, Q X, , 'Qi 1. it va H' ,ff .ef 4 r,f '1J23ii?'5,.A 422:-verve. .' ff '?l"765g?'l?i?4Zif1,' ' G. 'V"f, vi 1y,'Q"3LK' jfs, 'x , ,f..fwfm,:1g ,im fi 442 .1..t2ffsggQ,t :ng ff'4!w"y 14,r , "1 ' ' 215' I I If , ,. in 5, Z if ' A " , ,., , " fi f ,,:,V 4-. V.V ,,,,,i,, , Vw--s1,.f-, "'P-flat: , .:,,, . . 5 ,..,,,f v14,i I , . ,www 1 Q? ', A ' ff , , I 'I I s . -5- -' a V . f ,V, ' 1 1 Q 'Lg v o DENNIS MOONEY "Denny" Courier General Ambiliou: Be a draftsman . . everywhere , . . life is gay . . , dresser . . . 21 scent of Old Spice blue-eyed blond charmer . . . all in the Game" "War and Peace." L ,f , .,-, ,,.. ,.,e,-,,--Y I V K .4 V' -5- ' ffm in , ., 2-.,,V - Q 5 ' ' 54 f" 3, p. xi Z? .i' seen sharp "lt's ..-.-.......a.....mmismrmmuanaumn2f ' - - - -t V ""'I'7?i'l' -lwiifw i f MILDRED MOYER "Millie" Courre: Vocational Homemaking Ambition: To find a diamond mine . . . Seen with Norrine . . . belo l-:es those fellas , . . ngs to the F.H.A, . . . Li ds to grab one some day . . Inten "Life is just a bowl of cherries. zwwfi f H CAROLE MURKENS A I V VV ,i-4:-3, ig -- W 1 4' yi Wf' ,mM,ff,x 1 HZ f ff .'C9.l'Ole Coune: Commercial Ambition: To g home of her own . . . She's found the one for her . . . Sings fxrst alto in l de? H aka? et married and have a bww ' ,',, 4 1 f" Milf' 'W our chorus . . . Tall bon . . . and Linda. 1- A, 4 Ago! '-rn f-+ Friend of Ginny 4 ....., 1 .1 'wif I 'WVPQ gnfw , ,fff .f , - Kama 3 4046 ' 'T in f Q24 , M111 .fb XL ,fi x 91131,-4 :-:Q ,- n 4 Z' , I 1 1, f 1 f , f 4 ,, A TWQWI4, , . , . - 'nf "'-fi " w,-: W a,,y . ROBERTA NEILSON .rBert,, Courxe: Academic Ambition: To swim to Canada . . . Honest-to-goodness introvert . . . boon h Tri HiY Basketball ace . . to t e - - . . . Active in G.A,A .... haunts the beach A in summer. ff , rf! Z? M4 Qjnnlnv ff, , N. A fba.,MW foyer ei MQT 4'W 2 1 ,,,,f. We 1 ,af 4, AQ "QmQWj4 ""c ' f My f 'f ,mf -. , 4,, - f ,ML 'WW' -fnl i .27 ,gf fly ,A f Q GORDON WILLARD NEAL "Dumbo" Cowie: Industrial Arts T become a millionaire . Ambition: o Comedian . . . works in the library . . . always seen a t Shadeland. MICHAEL ONEST "Mike" Coune: Academic Ambition: Beat brother john at Pinochle . . . youngest of the famous four . . . a tough guy to beat at a card table . . . drives a green Ford . . . shy and quiet Csometimesj . . . Oh! that smile! 32 if r I ma ' jx! - jf JOHN NICHOLS "Joker" Course: Industrial Arts Ambition: Marry a girl in Lake City . . . tall slender girl hunter . . . seen almost anywhere in the halls . , . likes out of town gals . . . prefers Shop. JUDITH PAROBEK "jude" Course: Homcmaking Ambition: Find a rich man who can give me everything . . . quiet? . . . tall brunette . . . seen at Teeds . . . around Patty a lot. .. .....- rqmfnmt V mam , ' 11. f.::v-a-mnPwfywgfQ DAVID OSTERBERG "Dave" Courre: Academic Ambition: To be a millionaire . . . a laudable student who thinks he could be better . . :would have us think he is quiet and shy . . . doesn't believe in doing homework at home. has 'w-zxttmr " '1 2'G7'e 4!t'-- ALMAR PEDERSON Courts: Academic Ambition: To come back to America . . . A living commercial for AFS . . . Loved by all . . . a camera fan . . . Boyer's adopted son . . . the widest hap- piest smile we have ever seen . . . Pennsylvania Viking. SHEILA PATTON "Corky" Course: Commercial Ambition: To be a successful nothing . . . unsettled . . . shows interest in everyone . . . gets around . . . little bit of everything . . . pretty long hair. VIRGINIA PETRUS "Ginny" Courre: Commercial Ambition: Airline Hostess . . . G.A.A. and F.H.A. president . . . seen getting ready for those college dances . . . whiz of a guard on the basketball court . . . known for pixie hair cuts. RONALD PETERS "Pete" Coune: Industrial Arts Ambition: Dance with Debbie Rey nolcls . . . carried the pigskin . . wrestling and track rate high . . sharp dancer . . . baby doll smile . . a favorite of everybody. 33 l I il il l ',-.- . ,nf I as ,,.. +1,f., V,1 ly. 1 w?. f"'l'?i",4,. , y .:. ,p-V 1 - V Q . 4, t ' ,... , ,IV l i f 1 l 5 i Q 2f3 ' 1i ,.f 1 JANICE RANDALL L3 -.Jann ls Couries Commercial 5 Ambition' To travel . . . giggly . . . flirt of course . . . seen with Pearl and Gloria . . . likes a certain boy in C.V .... busy working at Reese's . . . "Oh, Don't you Dare l" 34 a N ,, 3. KENNETH PIERCE "Kenny" Courre: Vocational Agriculture Ambition: To be a success at some- thing . . . a claydreamer . . . plays on our football team . . . one of our wrestlers . . . slow but sure . . . likes auction sales with Johna and Rosalie. JAMES RIESER "Satch" Courre: Industrial Arts A7Vl!2fli0H.' Be a truck driver . . . he's gone head over heels for that sophomore!! . . . baritone player . . . belongs to the Archery club. .,.NM.f..-av mmm 1' V V .nip , 1 V, '.,V' I 5494- , - V I-3 i f "1 ' 'ii . V ' . V fu, V, -"' ' 1,2 7 174' V , ' if ?.lf-Q5 2 f ' V' QQ? 'V 'D 'iff ' -1 ,5 111'-'1zQ3Z. 1,, 5 ' f - ' .2 tp' +3 we-M f .-.ve:L, .f ,VV.- ww:-:-:Vx-. . : V ',, -QW '. .. ,M 21-1 xl . I ,. A' -' jfffiii " .ax A - ia i, 'gg-Q . ., -- . ,f-f A " L',:wg-.iii , ' , J:-.V 1' ' V 3 .:-':'.guff,4hAQe 1 +20 if 3 Jfsffaff ' V . 4-' -.is - li 'w.'.Tv"'Q in .T Q plfq. rl. X " "X " JOHN REAGAN "Little john" Course: Liberal Arts Ambition: join the Navy and see the world . . . .fayr he's shy . . . impon from Montour . . . football hero . .- wrestles in the "Unlimited" class . .- goes for Girard girls . . . talkative. Lx r' 1 .. yyf- "f:x5g, it " ' "ffef .' Pi is A A A -1,-:,,::, ' V 1" , -5551211 1. , , - ' h ,V . ,E : - .f 1 ' aff A if - NANCY RULAND "Pudge" Coune: Academic Ambition: To be a nurse . . . very shy gal . . . spotter for the basketball team . . . tried in vain to keep our Latin class interesting. 4 f LUCY JANE ROAN "Lucy" Courts: Commercial Ambition: Private Secretary . . . quiet, shy . . . a redhead . . . likes those Florida boys. ' ""'- -f 1 ROBERT SHAKESPEAR "Bob" Courre: Industrial Arts Amfyitiorl: Replace Arthur Murray . . . curly-topped Hi-Y member . . . rods that gold and white Chevy . . . North- Westerns answer to Arthur Murray . . . smooth operator. WILLIAM ROGERS "W7illie" COZIVJEI Industrial Arts Ambition: Race my Corvette against Ann's Thunderbird . . . curly top . . , always has a joke . , . becoming domesticated . , . intends to make life happy for Ann , . . quite loquacious. 35 ---finr41a3:.-4-1urar-.r-nrnvmfxrvfzxccw c-1:-1-razmmnninrf ff -f- . -gf ev,-rg - - ::gf,,,J- - f a ,V , BELVA SHERMAN "Shermmie,' Courier Commercial Ambilion: To coach Northwestern's Basketball team . . . likes big football players . . . blonde bombshell . . . unpredictable . , . petite member of the singing Corals , . . the woman 'be- hind the man . . . "Once more with feeling" . . . At long last love. 36 THOMAS SHEARER "Catsy" Comte: Academic Scientific ' Ambition: To be a draftsman . . . Ad- mirer of perfect figures Cmath figures? . . . likes small blondes . . , Mr. Personality. MARY SILFIES "Sniffles" Courier Commercial Ambition: To entertain Ike in the "little house" . . . plays a swinging sax . . . quiet but oh my! . . . mad sense of humor . . . somedayi her prince will come. w ww RWE . ' ' .,1-,""::?:1,. Q, A d 'l 'W ' V. i 2, .,f:-,fx-1 x ' 2 Q .. V 'ff' "Y 1 , WYW MH , EVQQ'-',,fl':' l ' .I LEWIS SHILEY "I.ewie" Courts: Industrial Arts Ambition: To marry Qlegallyh . . . big barrel of friendliness . . . stands for his rights . . . loves all "females" . . . Charlie Weaver . . . never a girl. without ' was My- 1' 4,.y-, - ,WV V .f ...I ,jaw ...V . at BONNIE LEE SMOCK "Bonnie" Cour.ve.' Commercial Ambition: Be a dancer . . . "The Drag Strip girl" . . . has an eye on her guy . . . twirls a mean baton . . . loves liv- ing it up. ALLEN SMITH HAI., Course: Industrial Arts Ambition: Be a cartoonist . . . the stu- dent that makes teachers pray for long week ends . . . Wlalt Disney's number one competitor . . . makes a certain teacher wonder about . . . "These wild Americans" . . . always on the tardy list. JONATHAN E. STEWART "john" Courre: Industrial Arts Ambition: To be next dictator of Russia . . . pals with Bob . . . easy going sort of guy . . . likes pizza . . . ought to be a hot-rod driver. ---2:51:45 npr,-ful-na.-mn-ww-vffe-a1ra-L. LINDA CAROLE STANTON "Linda'i Cnurre: Academic Ambition: Write a novel . . . guiding light at YFC . . . leads debates in P. O. D .... her speeches are famous in College English 12 . . . A mathematical genius . . . Tri-M member . . . went to District Band. 37 G pi. fx ,. ff- 99:13, gg,-6 '-.5 H2-2, "Q, .ig,.,-.,- 122 l . A Vx in ui ' rr' mfs . 1, ci Z ' , s I - fi! 'vga C A ' Www'- MAURICE STIFFLER "Mac" Courre: Vocational Agriculture A77Zbili07l.' Trap the Abominable snow- man . . . one of Mrs. Osborne's Four Star boys . . . avid hunter . . . Lake Erie fisherman . . . expert trapper . . . quiet, shy smile. 38 MICHAEL STICHICK nlvann Courre: Academic Ambition: To become an expert in all phases of storytelling . . . well on his way to achieving his goal . . . Miss Kenney's favorite C??J . . . snappy blue eyes . . . Whacky sense OJ of humor. BONNIE TAYLOR "B onnie" Courts: Home Economics Ambilion: Find Mr. Right . . . always has a cheerful smile for everyone loves to cook . . . beautiful blue eyes. ....n...-.mi ,- Y ' a t m y i.w.,,Q:'--141. X .Y 4 W., gg, 0:1 , 1 .11 Q- u n f A 's" A - 'Lf " " Q , f ','- ng-"ff?3fZ353'f":1"' li-T5 i " ' ,ff 'Eg' at . L of . Qr,- V -v .,l, L ,s ff ,,,.. ' ' L V : ir fvv- ,4 V' if ..,A-. guild: WAYNE SWANSON "XVayne" Course: General Ambition: Our do brother Dick . . . haunts the Blue Moon . . . tries to beat the pinball machine . . . would rather be in Conneaut . . . seen with Dave and Gary. 1. I -ww 4 frkmiil H'15g.r '-. f'D,43'51f',2xf'. 'n1.4i',M 2: 3. MARY ELLEN TICKNOR "Tick" Courses Commercial Ambition: join forces with the Air Force and raise little bombers . . . goes wild for Pepsi and pizza . seen in a black and white bug . a letter writer . . . duck-walk. 'sw ' 470 55034, ff V " WD ' -is "1 J -55' 1 ll , ,iz1li"' 4 J . 531 ' 152160 , ' ' .W T ' ' mggyvq A ,4?lfa.-, " - ,-er-Jai.-,123 4' .. 'f , f 1 ,'f ,, , , fp ff Z4 I , if , , , , , 14 I If 7 ,, Q 4 4. f DE FOREST TENNIES "Butterduck" Com-.re.' Industrial Arts Ambition: To be another C. L. Wemple . . . the living end . . . a very question- able P.K .... donned a black face for the Clambake . . . Disney's replacement for Donald Duck . . . the cowardly lion. ' ' ia m ' 1 1 4 ff , pff fo . . , . ah .. . 9 f 1 . ,f " - 2: . , IAXZ-L I ,V . Y V ' .Zz ' .fa - .3-'ifi , , -y.9s3g.,-:,.g,-vig: -3. . 4, . A f , ' '62ffzn?:,1Ar1-y -4-za, f, ' f , . -' Q 7-fi? ,I ' f f ',:,ggz4-::fy.,...,?2,,. -Q5 ,,,, , H A f -2'1'23f'f"" 41 ' u it -iir -V,:5,,g3,,, f JUDY WALKER "Jucly,' Course: Commercial Ambition: Airlirie Hostess . . . wears a sweet smile , . . quick . . . friendly with all. 1 Q 5? ml,-lf' fu'-mffiaf 5 f? ,ff , f X J , Z 7 9 'Z . 5gqm,.f4:N 1 JAMES vAcco ,.Jim,. Courie: Industrial Arts Ambition: To be a head hunter . needs to be more ambitous . . . another redhead . . . long, lean, and lovable . . . on the quiet side. 39 , 5 f ' ,391-.f . is lg 5 . , Z ic 1 L , , , JOHN WHITMORE Hjohnr Courref General Ambition: Teach girls' gym . . . One of our famous football eleven . . . likes the balmy wmther of out southern states . . . the original lady killer . . . that curly hair and blue eyes are quite a combination. 40 VICTOR WHEELER "Vic" Courre: Industrial Arts Ambition: Become a State Trooper shy and bashful??? . . . quite a ladies man with those brown eyes and hair . . . drives a blue Chevy . . . pals with Mickey. f f ,4 M fi? H , 6,,4izv" ,,4ad6M""' , y 4. CLEVELAND WOOMER "Cleve" Courre: Academic Amlzitimlf To become a lawyer . . . crazy kid . . , tall handsome football player . . . seems to go for long hair . . . used to be quiet and shy . . . changeable. ,,.1ff'.f!'RvY'HF4j,A V y ' .ai-Q' .fri ' I NX 'J ,r .1 ,jf L, FREDERICK WICKWIRE 'Fred" Courrex General Ambition: Own the Bowling Alley . . . one of the "steady" kind . . . goes for those juniors . . . Notorious hot-rod . . . haunts the Bowling Alley . . . crazy eyes. . -LJ? 'A . LINDA WROBLEWSKI "Lin" C ourre: Commercial Ambition: To make months into min- utes . . . this one found her man . . goes through stacks of stationery . . one of the madcap four . . . riots in the show . . . "I only have eyes for you." SENIOR OFFICERS Tm I , 2 N f g I V it V t if .MQ-?4,' z ' " ' 'Q gp ggi, A , ' 1'g:f+wf ??2' ' MARGARET ZEMCIK "Margie" Courrex Commercial Ambition: Be a cheerleader for West Point . . . the leader of our school spirit . . . Sweeter than Springtime . . . a commercially minded gal , . . Shorty's altar ego . . . "When she falls in Love." Pfexidenl, Harold johnsong Treamrer, Shirley Chromikg Sefrelary. Margie Zemcikg Advisor, Mr. Charles I-lowland. 41 's"' VFW ALMAR PEDERSEN NORTHWESTERN'S zzxcmmcz srunznr The students of Northwestern take great pride, Almar, in dedicating this page of our 1959-1960 Del Nord-Ovest to you. We will never forget the fun we had and all we learned from you. Almar, our only hope is that you enjoyed being with us as we enjoyed being with you 42 4 J Q1 Mort Studiou: Linda Stanton 8: Tom Farver SENIGR SUPERLATIVES l g A Ben Singer: Beit Dancery , Xx,5,gg .A g. 'lil ,aff 21' -1-1 ' 3 :Lily fax! Mort Amzuzng 4""""' Ol iver Draper Bc Louie Shiley ey- -V -:gigs,:f.,-,.,-,,9.,4 - Q, 33 iii f 'Ip -5f12:"': f'w,'f- 1'f:lf1:" ' fi :-1:1 vm Bert Sporty Shirley Chromik Sc john Kohut jan Morrison 8: Dick Cassidy Roberta jones 51 jim Maxwell if ",, i r, -V 2 i gl X '- K v .ag g I 49 'I , ff da. 2 3 :Viv v 3 4' 2 .Q 4' f: ew, M , NW' X "Q, s ,fx 7 3 ' Best Permnalilier Ellen Leehan 8: Harold John- SOIL . 'fm ,nf g L.. ' ,f , Bert Aclorf 74 Belva Sherman Sc 4George Malcsin. ll 4 TESTATOR Shirley Adams linda Alrhof Robert Barnes Susan Barton Flora Bemis June Bishop Gerald Brewer Sally Bright William Bush Gloria Butler Allen Carr Richard Cassidy Shirley Chromik Marlene Connors Carol Devies Alice Dibble Olive Draper Rosalie Eagley Thomas Farver Charles First Diana Gage Martha Genung Michael Gevin Johna Gilbert Tony Goedecker Clinton Graham Roger Greenlee James Gulu Sandra Gulu George Hanas Glenn Hanas Pearl Harayda Daniel Henderson David Hershelman Barbara Hill Phyllis Hill Wilma Hill Michael Homansky Eunice Horoschuck Russell Huntley Harold Johnson Edward Jones Roberta Jones John Kohut Constance Kulyk James Kuvik Kathryn Kuvlesky Ellen Leehan Gerald Leehan George Maksin Patricia Marcinowski 44 CLASS WILL WILL Her Her His Spirit after she dies trips to Conneaut Girard girls Her girlfriends' problems Her Latin II books Her saxophone His quietness Her school books His many theories Her quiet ways His trombone His trumpet Her broken glasses Her distinctive walk Her job at Bush's Her petite size Her giggle Her feminine ways His baritone sax His curly hair Her dancing ability Her non-conformity His football experience Her slenderness His life guard position His driving CPD ability His red hair His waist line Her dirty comb and black rinse His His Her His His Her Her Her His Her His His His Her His Her His Her long wavy hair Ford sense of humor blonde hair 1 parking places fights with her boyfriend happy disposition G.A.A. experiences lab equipment long hair trumpet long wavy hair shyness ways with the fellas broad shoulders wardrobe apron from Robb's giggles Her posture St. Patricks Day His junior Sc senior play Her sparkly blue eyes COSKLI ITICS RECIPIENT Mrs. Harpst Bill Salisbury George Bortnick Abigail Van Beuren Connie Barnes A junior band member Bill Shiley "Cookie" Strait A needy college professor Orla Shup Any drummer Sonny Tozier Mr. Gilbert Her cousin Linda Sandy Bush Betty Shakespeare Judy Autry Sara Roberts The next windy person "Sam" Kromer Sue Stahlman All content people Basketball players Jayne Mansfield Dan Holton M-r. Molsky Clarence Lenhardt Miss Kenney Her sister Diann All those who have crew-cuts Ford Motor Company All grouches All peroxide users Bill Duncan Patti Suech Sally XVickwire Bill Shiley Don Mikovich Joyce Pomeroy Bobby Gray Mr. Gilbert Midge Morley Jane Rindo A 97 pound weakling House of Dior Someone who needs a job Mr, Dovensky The Hunchback of Notre Dame The Scot in room 201 Miss Kingsley Nancy Yusko ' Bonnie Taylor TESTATOR Sandra Martin Julia Mathews James Maxwell Margaret McBride Bernard Meeker Stephen Mihalik Dennis Mooney Janet Morrison Mildred Moyer Carole Murkens Gordon Neal Roberta Neilson John Nichols Michael Onest David Osterbert Judy Patobek Sheila Patton Almar Pedersen Ronald Peters Virginia Petrus Kenneth Pierce Janice Randall John Reagan James Reiser Lucy Roan William Rogers Nancy Ruland Robert Shakespeare Tom Shearer Belva Sherman Lewis Shiley Mary Silfies Alan Smith Bonnie Smock Linda Stanton Jonathan Stewart Michael Stitchik Maurice Stiffler Wayne Swanson Mary Ellen Ticknor DeForest Tennies James Vacco Judy Walker Victor Wheeler John Whitmore Fred Wickwire Cleveland Woomer Linda Wroblewski Margie Zemcik CLASS WILL WILL ' The chorus's piano Her problems His baritone voice Her figure His books His quietness His Ford The climate of Pennsylvania 50 yards of cloth Her name His skates Her soft voice All his girls Northwestern High School His hunting equipment Her speeches in English RECIPIENT Her sister Shirley Any carefree person Ronnie Rickard Peggy Leehan The junior class Ron Pomeroy All covered wagon owners Back to the Indians Next year's Home Ec students A boy named Fred The Hill sisters Linda Lynch His brother Dick All underclassmen A fisherman Someone brave Her ability to drive the "bomb" A part of Norway His wrestling ability Her worn out tennis shoes A bottle of H2804 Her naturally straight hair His His little black book locker Chorus collar His Her The His Her His Her love for football basketball ability back seat of his car lost hub cap naturally wavy hair ability to get along with others "little house" A rose tattoo Her "hot-rod" magazines A certain Sth grade Everyone here Rich Taylor Arlene Payne Mr. Cassidy Dr. Thompson Mr. Maczuga girl Someone who wants trouble Anyone who wants it Don Mikovch Becky Campbell Larry Valentine Peggy Morrison All those who go to beauty s Mr. Maczuga Junior girls for P.J. parties Miss Kenney Owen Bates Lily Batuski Mr. Mellon Mr. Molsky A hurried junior Bob Turner Ellen Vorse All her fun in Y.F.C. His second million His contrasting driving technique His easy-goingness His size Her place in F.H.A. Her hamock 44 His job at C. L. Wemple Funeral Home His head Her Quietness His secret hunting spot His appeal for females A special something His football Her stamps and stationery Her place in cheerleading us...-.f....5X Tom Thompson Miss Kenney Another head hunter Marion Ruland Mr, Taylor Gene Cathcart Barb Munrlkowsky Tom Thompson U. S. Army Her sister, Barbara hops 45 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Sepzember Idrwary 1 School Opens 5 School reopens 7 Labor Day 9 Northwestern Fairview 11 Northwestern vs. Fairview 10 Northwestern Fort LeBoeuf 18 Northwestern vs. Conneaut Valley 15 Northwestern Gen. McLane Northwestern vs. Fort LeBoeuf October Northwestern vs. Wesleyville Northwestern vs. North East 19 Northwestern vs. Girard 21 End of First Semester 22 Northwestern vs. North East 26 Northwestern vs. Union City 27 Report Card Day 29 Northwestern vs. Lawrence Park End of First Six Weeks Period 15 Northwestern vs. Lawrence Park 16 Report Card Day 19 NWPSEA Convention CSchool Closedj 20 Institute 21 Institute 23 Northwestern vs. Girard 29 Northwestern vs. Gen McLane November 6 Northwestern vs. Union City 26 Thanksgiving 27 Vacation December 1 2nd six-weeks end CBasketball-Northwestern vs. Cambridge Springs5 4 Report Card Day Northwestern vs. Randolph February 5 Northwestern Wesleyville 9 Northwestern Fairview 12 Northwestern Fort LeBoeuf Northwestern VS. COFIIICHLII Northwestern vs. Cambridge Springs Northwestern vs. Conneaut Valley Northwestern vs. Conneaut Lake Northwestern vs. Randolph Northwestern vs. Conneaut Valley Last Day of School before Christmas Christmas Vacation 16 Northwestern vs. Wattsburg 19 Northwestern vs. Gen McLane 23 Northwestern vs. Girard 29 Teachers' Conference Marcb 4 End of 4th Six Weeks 9 Report Card Day 17 18 junior Class Play April 13 Last Day of School before Easter 14 15 18 Easter Vacation 19 School reopens 21 End of 5th Six Weeks 22 Report Card Day May 19 Junior-Senior Banquet 29 Junior-Senior Prom Imze 3 Graduation 7 Last Day of School . L, Ai nrlnrrlzwaamen ...-.. ' ' ' ' V Y , r 4 -I yyip: Fifi-.1255-H3 ' , . ,A,..,. W Fifi! Row, Leff 10 Righl: M. Halstead, I.. Batuski, A. Mauk, B. Klobusnik, J. Palmer, V. Terry, B. Spaulding. Second Rauf: B. LePosa, D. Ebner, R. Randall, M. Ward, M. Fleisch, D. Schmidt, J. Feller. Third Roux Miss Kingsley, B, Senyo, G. Cathcarr, J. Demenik, J. Hudacky, B. Ticknor, R. Nichols. Fourth Row: L. Black, M. Williams, N. Machacek, B. Hieges, B. Duncan, K. Tallman, A. Rhoades. -A..-v-,,.,,7...-. . Firrt Row, Left to Right: J. Beebff, B- Mund' kowsky, B. Brisley, J. Klemm, B, Hamer, O Shup. Serum! Row: S. Wickwire, A. Payne N. Sterling, N. Brunner, G. Thompson' G McArthur. Third Row: D. Cline, D. Dingef L. Payne, W. sfeiimach, L. Taylor, Mr. Dovensky. Fourth Row: S. RileY, G- Goode- now, J. Marasowski, L. Valentine, G- R0bi- SOR. Firrt Row, Le!! to Right: E. Adams, G. Meeker, L. Runclcll, C. Harrhan, P. Martin, B. Gere. Second Row: K. Fies, K. Cline, M. Allen, J. Krans, S. Roberts, M. Black, Mrs. Kialinowsl-ci. Third Row: C. Lenhart, B Whitmore, W. Neiger, D. Holton, D. Taylor J. Chiro.,F0urth Row. R. Ward, G. Graham C. Pratt, J. Duda, D. Burns, S. Straub. A ..,, -.... .... ..., A .t.....L..-...., .xx 'X -W:-.--fr - 1. ,i Y-:T - - - " 1 X X.. Finrt Row, Left lo Right: Mr. Hill, A. Dun- lap, V. Cosner, B. Terry, D. Hollister, E. Vorse. Second Row: B. Gresh, P. Pacansky, J. Bolte, P. Harmon, J. Luhnan, D. Melnick. Third Row: K. Eddy, A. Reinke, R. Pomeroy, L. Farver, B. Barton, E. Rouse, M. Podluzne. Fourth Row: At. Hudacky, D. Nagel, J. Wil- liams, T. Thompson, D. Carr, O. Bates, C. Crosby. Fin: Row, Left to Right: Mr. Rees, 1. Yous- Chak, N, I-ally, J, Snyder, S. Perry,'D. Artello, E. Henderson. Second Row: P. Suech, D. Mikovchy R, Crawford, R. Sturtevant, J. Mat- h' D HM-gyda B Meabon Third Pouf: N t ias, . 1 - ' - ' Ulm, pl 0'Leary, B. Barney, W. White, R. Rutherford, R- English- -..1...,..4.i......f.......,Auh., ., .,., . A First Row, Left io Right: M. Shaffer, E. Beam I.. Lynch, G. Huya, D. Brown, M. Morley Mr. Maczuga. Second Rauf: M. English, L Patton, R. Rice, E, Hemstreet, F. Taylor, T Church. Third Row: D. Diehl, D. Rausch, M Wolfe, R. Blood, L. Sherman, G. Patroski, W Tozier. 2 H "" .iff i it r .rv i V. 1 7, 5 ,. 4541555 ff,'li1Wi'-i41i3537?f374i'fiffliiizi X1 l- i L 'i i '-,S 4 y ,.-f , i ,-,' fr, .r.f.wo'4f,vf, .i i -. . t.. it., ,. , - ,,,,,W ,, ,,,, 'i'?'.s:21n-QQ-Lili, ,l'ig'jzfj'4:f4-E136-22'P'f1'?1 . L.- - , xl' frm! . ':'y'F' f 4' 1 -1f..-,igCf'1Q',rzfg'r,wg.f4zy,'.1,'21 Y - ., ' ' " i -A -4 ' -Q ,' 31" ' 'f '. ' Q1?,f:ifi.i,fyiI2f?f?57igcfif ' ix . I Vseiq pwl ' yZ'iff5f?Qfc43fQWLy The junior Class Officers led I elf ,:',:4,, " f rf f ff 1 wg ? 1 ' ' ,2:?i?Q'P'.fff'ffr3fffg4.- - f - V f ' Class members through a UYUIS but ' ' lf" ' f '- ' 1,:?'."'1fiJfi'W:i', - f .r.,::::g14-gm 4.5 .f it-,f".f'.:,,3w Successful year. Magazine sales and . 1 """2z12.,r-2-'I-' V, . .rv 4 . f Q.: . - fi35ri44"f7'za r',i A' A,fg,,- , 'Q . ' numerous record ho S filled their f, :ff ,.w-rim ,dj . 'gym Q: --err, , g ,rf . . V W treasury. A delicious Banquet and H -f, . ':g5'2 fg!',f,,r' " . , 1 ?'m?g,f"' gorgeous Prom were the biggest suc- ijif cesses of the year. The class officers I 1" . if p and members Wish to thank Mr. Jones X I 5 if for his sage advice in the problems 1 - 1 Y f A , ' that confronted us throughout the year. , I ' ' by V ,. fat' ' 2 I K ,, A "4 1 f' I ," sfli' gig, 'W if . 4 ' " . 1 , . . .,w-'1':,f" .nf , : , . .faq ,I Kilt. rrfzxrqg. I A-ff 4':.ffA,1.. 44? A if ' f , ,ZW -rf-v 2 if ff ,J . , kg '15 .I "gg, f - ' . I ,' 1 MH- f , we-Z7 x X asfraiia i 1 2 2 .160 I UNIOR CLASS OFFICER .ai A Z, ,MJ Qfffjffjfff 'fffjiii alia? . Q ,af yyffffjfiiijpfyiiff' The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was the first big project of the sopho- mores. Ever ambitious, they took over the huge job of canvassing the Spring- field-Albion Area for the Heart Fund and completed it successfully. The sophomores wish to thank their acl- visor, Mr. Cryder, for his patience and concern with their problems. 50 jrfyfffw SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS r " 'b -- X ,.f First Row. Left to Righz: J. Erickson, M. Alcl- rich, L. Keiser, P. Lenhart, B, Graves, Mrs. Beighley. Second Roux' P. First, C. Curran, E. Bates, C. Kireta, J. Patten, B. Williams. Third Row: D. Carr, B. Turner, L, jones, G. Murkens. 1 Firr! Row, Left to Right: T. Boyer' G. Carter, S. Winship, 1. Crawl, L. Grate, D. Banlces, C. Hill, Mrs. Stanton. Second Row: J. Jeffers W. Theil, T. Onest, M. Wheeler, W. Penn ares M Dibble Third Row' K Kovacs J, B , . . . . , L. Huntley, R. Greer, L. Turner, D. Harthan, J. Sherman, R. Fetterolf. r Fir!! Row, Left to Right: Mr. Osborne, Culver, Hills, Neeley, Card, Vorse. Second Row. Kulyk, Richard, Devies, Stallbaum, Berry, Barrante. Third Row: Stevens, Carr, Callahan Mellon, Taylor. Fin! Rauf. Lefl to Righz: E. Randall, K. Kohl, D. Kemling, L. Barker, S. Taylor, Mt Caserta. Serond Row: R. White, S. Miller, B Walker, C. Hill, A. Payne. Third Row: B Payne, D. Williams, D. Ohmer, R. Scalise, B Shakespeare, S. Ulan, A. Stewart, M. Doran W. Holliday, C. Leif, C. Toddy, T. Merritt. 1 Fin! Row, Left to Right: E. Shauberger, S Black, G. Freeman, K. Maulr, 5- Peterson Second Row: B. Tetcho, N. Cook, P- MOI- rison, J. Heath, K. Reinke, Y. Van Meter Mrs. Mulholland. Third Row! J- 5Chmidf, B- Adams, B. Hosack, R. Whitmore, B. Callahan C. Stufflebeam. Fifrz Row, Left to Righl: J. Pomoroy, S. Lavery, B. Jamison, R. Senyo, B, Wiliox, S. Brown, J. Autry. Second Roux' K. Heintz. M. Crawford, A. Gallant, C. Barns, M. Wagner, P. Taylor. Third Row: -I. Rindo, J. White, B. McConegIcy, S. Stallman, J. Neal. L NX 1 Firrl Row, Lell lo Rigbl: Mrs. O'Leary, Doris Carter, Harriet Thomas, Linda Freeburg, Susan Hull, Norma Dibble, Frank Bartosik. Second Rrmf: Vioian Dunlap, Tom Wfestfall, Delores Allburn, Kathy Leopold, Carl Morley, Diane Rauscher, Schyler Revak. Third Roux' Rudy Thornton, Nancy White, Kenny Friend, Diane McClain, Karen Otis, Barbara Shiley. Frmrlh Roux' Denny Lynch, Carl Copeland, John Kelly, Ed Taylor, jim Adams, Richard Rictz, Jerry Ulan. Firrt Row, Left ta Right: Rose Carbough, Phyllis Holbrook, Kathleen Pollock, Janet Kuvik, Lawney Hires, Mt. Cryder. Second Row: Leonard Thornton, james Sebring, Thomas Slater, Bill Taylor, Madeline Sawcly. Third Row: Donald Adams, Jane Maxwell, Raymond Cline, Jon Graff, Martha Duda, Carolyn Demenik. Fourth Row: William Randall, Arthur Bankes, Emmons Flaugh, Fred Lewis, jack Mooney, Ernest Penn. 2-A ,..a.-a.. al., . tm. X. Firrt Row, Leff lo Right: D. Alexander, N. Rhoades, D. Dietz, J. LePosa, F. Black, I.. Chamberlin, Mr. Harpster. Second Row: M. Eddy, P. Park, L. Winship, W. Glass, L. Taylor, D. Ticlcrior, G. Gevin. Third Row: J. Kennedy, R. Diehl, R. Maksin, M. Pod- luzne, C. Tobin, M, Artello, V. Shup. Fourth Row: R. Walbridge, A. Shearer, K. Hirst, W. Hazeltine, T. Kreider, D. 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Row: F. Podoll1 J. Artello, B. Weeks, R. Youngs, J. Straub, I. Divel, I.. Brady. Third Row: D. Skeel, A. Kuvlesky, E. Ruland, J. Mitchell, E. Eddy, M. Daub, D. Brisley. Firrt Row, Left fo Right: L. Rice, J. McAdoo, L. Spidel, B. Zemcik, N. Shauberger, J. Dem- mery, R. Snider. Serond Roux' T, Workman, H. Butler, 1. Rogers, D. Boyd, R. Kuvilc, B. Joslin, J. Kohl. Third Row: L. Manley, D. Byrd, J. Lcposa, B. Barney, J. Carr, M. Krahe, D. Parobek. Fauflh Row: F. Brown, J. Smnkicwicz, J. lngold, L. Payne, D. I-Iritzay, M. Loftus, A. White. Teacher, Mr. Frccburg. ll First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Dunegan, K. Cathcart, E. Brown, F. DeMarco, L. Nichols, M. Bartosck, S. Osborne. Second Row: A. Bainbridge, N. Wolcox, G. Gabel, L. Salis- bury, R. Gramham, L. Smith. Third Roux' C. Farver, C. Church, J. Brisley, N. Burns, K. Dickey, L. Turner, D. Fornish, N. xlkrtello. Fourth Row: R. Woomer, D. Turner, B. Robertson, R, Mosinski, R. Barton. J -sv. I ?,f4"rf.T DMA 7f f it 5y54fm.1'f7 ' ffm i4fQ,lf+ 1 . ...Q W F7 i . f f,.i ff ,tftm,,5,,f,,.,zyfM,4 , ' t 4'.Cft'.f7 we W' 2 g .f rf Wx -4 4, 9,11 . 4fVm44'f,522'g1z,., Zag? 'mo .9 if t 'f fthil V " 1 f tl fi ffil , ff ' ,,. , f,,' ,.4,,,,. f . f , farmer! fr. L' My 1 Whiz? 2 ,wfgfmf 4 QWWW f ,4, f 3 7 yi ,, ,.f ' "- ,. , :wr-f:w"4 gf " WJWW .1 'ff4f.:f'W.f lf M ' . ft ttitt fififiii it ' ' 1 11.1, Vu f-D5 9. af 'pfljfv ' f f"i if Www Y , 7 6' WWW ' ' W ymwffwf ff W' fffffwf . 5, 7,25 ,Qltgf f Qfyyyffzw 7 H ,,, tlmfgifff. " ff ',npJ3.f f,, First Row, Left to Right: P. Soltis, R. Grate, F. Vanclervort, K. Kinsey, J. Klemm, 1. Huya Second Row: B. Jones, L. Swaney, K. Ellis, J Ifft, M. Krieder, M. Jamieson, N. Henderson M. Hammer. Third Rauf: Mr. Schellhammer S. Skelton, D. Snyder, J. Chromik, W Mischler, C. Greenup, C. Timm, R. Salhoff. Fourth Row: S. Martison, L. Gabel, W. Cald well, M, Rulancl, C. Kinnan, K. Lewis, B. Marcinowski. 'flrgi ffswr- r . ' N - .1 Ma 7-.:1':t3f.. 4 -C . .'f X- ' -Q .X . L " -f f vifk ., -5.3 aff.-4.1 - . . ' 1 -ll -LL ' F' "K ,m5,h, ,ew 1 1 R. Slater. First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Stearns, P, Len- hart, T, Dunlap, T. Lavery, R. Hale, R. Cald- well, D. Greenfield, L. Adams, B. Davis, S. Drury, A. Randall, M. Williams. Third Row: R. Bearce, W. Hirby, B. Peppermonl, E. Weaver, W. Ulan, D. Roberts. Fourth Row. D. Struchen, F. Barker, G. Penn, D. Bartfai, . .ww--Vfmztzvzsm'-V. . -- ' ' . : , Fin! Row, Left lo Right: Mrs. Stallbaunl, L Swaney, S. Patton, J. Fromback, P. Rogers, S Hill, K. Harris, K. Pierce. Second Row: S Valentine, 1. Rogers, J. Baldwin, R. Spidel, L Carr, T. Dewey. Third Row: D. Sedar, D. Orr D. White, E. Ke-im, D. Sherman, J. Sterling C. Dewey. Family Row: D. Hammett, R. Thompson, D. Peters, E. Dean, N. Siders D. Lawson, T. Sherman. v 1 g -.4 ,, ., ,M,,.n f,ffz.1r1sf.auam . ..n..--....J.....l..... .. , A 1. ., 'T Fir!! Row, Lefl lo Righl: Mr. Davis, W. Drury, E. Boone. W. Fetterolf, P. Hfimm0nCl, D. Monroe, J. Marcinowski, W. Card. SHOW!!! Row: B. Brown, M. Rumsey, A. HHZCF, E- Huntley, S. Stufflebeam, P. Goedecker, G. Fry. Third Row: D. Kelly, L. Beil, R. Rienkff, T. Peters, J. Thompson, D. Underwood, E. Obcr, E. Leach. Fourlla Rom' L. Shiley, S. Freeman, V. Clayton, I.. Smith, R. Whitmore, J. Lisek, Z. Hirby, C. Grove. Finrl Raw, Lefl In Rigbf: Mr. Henderson, P. Harper, C. Vorsc, D. Long, S. Revak, P. Mellon, R. Stevens, D. Fmley, Mr. Cook. Second Row: L. Randall, L. Fetterolf, B Holder, V. Whaley, I.. Salsgiver, W. Bushak N. Bates, K, Burney, 1. Neimla. Third Row: v G. Lucas, K. Fics, K. Anderson, V. Graff, R. Weis, G. Bortnirk, C. Wallbridge, W. Graves. Fourth Row: S, Kramer, D. Ohmer, R. Weldon, C. Horoschuck, D. I-lanas, M. Mihalak, C. Strait, T. O'Leary. L m-r'r1fr1:n..l. 'lm' Ye. ...u.... Lrmuimw -f -P--ff rms Q Fin! Row, Left zo Right: Mr. Coblentz, J. Gollmer, K. XVhitney, L. Struchen, L. Ritter, E. Dujuambi, D. Carr, XV. Bennett, R. Ober. Second Row: R. Fies, B. Somerville, P. Pitt- senburger, S. Marcinowski, J. Gulu, Y. Run- dell, C. Aldrich, C. Boozer, R, Sawdy. Third Row: C. Workman, D. VanTassel, P. Leehan, N. Cline, P. Buhite, C. Harayda, L. Fuller. Fourth Row: S. Kireta, S. Thompson, K. Dean, D. Hyden, M. Hewitt, L. Shoap, L. Mooney, E. Machacek. Fin! Rauf, Left to Right: R. Bishop, M. Leopold, D, Zemcik, D. Taylor, D. Salhoff, T. Tucker, C. Popka, K. Meeker. Second Row Miss Mershon, B. Gray, DI, Harris, S. Millena, H. Slater, R, Seeley, P, Wheeler, D. Dewey, B. Kovacs, Third Row: J. Chiarizio, S. jones, T. Rosesky, E. Halstead, J. Forinash, H Crouch, B. Nelson. Fourth Row: C. Bailey, P. Williams, J. Stickner, K. Holliday, T. Gibson, R, English. d...Q...,....,,..-1L.. ..u.,... .. ., Q7 Firrt Row, Left lo Righz: Mrs. Freeburg, J Huya, J. Wfilliams, J. Dunda, D. Fish, R Haraycla, G. Pomeroy, R. Osborne, L. Carter Second Row: T. Lenhardt, C. Benton, S Toddy, T. Bowersox, A, Mosher, J. Hill, E Matthes, R. Madar. Third Row: P. Connors L. DeLong, 1. Klobusnik, L. Gollmer, N Yazembiak, L. Walbridge, L. Roberts, A Sinn. 170717117 Row: P. Sterling, P. Cornell, L Gevin, F. Sumner, G. Hagerty, C. Sabol, T Sczynski. Fifi! Row, Left to Right: K. Miller, A. Card, L- Theil, S- Wilson, S. White, L. Strasser, S. Frase. Second Roux' G. Gilbert, D. O'Barslcy Y. Halstead, D. Hazeltine, L. Fassnachr, R Salisbury, C. Wing, S. Church. Third Row: R. Turner, B, Marcinowski, S, Patrick, N Blood, W. Payne, C. Hoover, R. Beebe, K Patrick. Fourth Row: K. Diehl, M. Ley, R. Cryder, R. Clure, H. Griffis, R. Brewer, B. Rausch, B. Lawrence, R. Sherman. - M U . . ., L l,,n ,M , " ' .. , !" Fin! Row, Left lo Righl: B. Leninsky, B Carbough, B. Maksin, C. Tortorelli, M Skelton, L. Bish, R. Graves, Mr, Twardowski Second Row: M. Williams, T. Sumner, M Walter, M, Murkens, A. Harrington, S Chamberlain, D. Copeland. Third Row: R Youngmari, J. Poole, P. Panko, S. Hill, J Graves, A. Sedor, M. Roberts. Fvuvlh Row. J. Ingold, A. Demenik, J. Fornish, K. Sabol, A. Bates, P. Brady. 58 L 'L' M' 1 . -1- 1? , X, , ,. ja, 'A w9'.F'..nZ'i ,Q X 2g,fqp,1' . . 1 v'3vg,,g.,,q ' .'-'...p , -..-', V . ., ,- A . .1 01151 2-ma -3- V, A. , lf" V6-ffi1S"6s.lf.if.rk:1?2,v+:':iv COLLEGE ENGLISH II A continuation of College English I, this course is more intensified. The students in this class will attend College next year and find that they have an advantage over students who have not had this course. A "' " if"f?4W!22EJC1'i1:4VW,ZMfiHi6M:" W',ZZ2'i'MD,f A course for students planning higher education, College English stresses composition and literature. The students are given a review of grammar before beginning to do composition. LATIN This course begins to give a basis on which students can build a knowledge of any or all of the Romance languages. Everyday phrases learned in Latin make the course more interesting. L Q. LATIN II An extension of Latin I, this course is required for full credit in both courses. More vocabulary and greater usage are taught. FRENCH II More intensified than French If this course prepares students for college French. More vocabulary and everyday phrases are learned. FRENCH I A modern language for College-going students, French I introduces students to the basics of the language. The course also helps exrend the English vocabularies of many. IS-x "s eg F ,-.- IUNIOR ENGLISH Grammar usage and intensified spelling were the main features of Junior English. Literature was included in the course of study. SENIOR ENGLISH Final touches were put on grammar in Senior English. An introduction to literature was most interesting. SOPHOMORE ENGLISH In their first year of Senior High English, sophomores were intro- duced to more concentrated forms of grammar, usage, spelling and literature. gray' . ins, ,L 44 "N t tl. J I' ,- -T ' , I V ' ,F-if is - , x4ug91'ni1' . ,tl . V. , I ,. , P.O.D. Seniors in P.O.D. studied various forms of government and the make-up of United Nations. The studies of sociology and family living also were of interest to the Seniors. K AMERICAN HISTORY In American History, the sophomore class followed the building of the United States from pre-colonial times to the latest amend- ments gg our constitution. They also have weekly discussions on current events. WORLD HISTORY juniors in World History studied the early civilizations from the ancient Egyptians to the modern day scientific peoples. Discussions on current events was another weekly feature. ALGEBRA II Algebra II is a course given to those stu- dents in the academic course. It is far more detailed and more difficult than Algebra I. This course is usually taken by Juniors. LZ v,NW,Ww,,zmwzTx:m?W ,::::x,j7.,, .i.... . . . ..... .,..,.,....,...M-ff-A----'W---"-if -, A rw- 1 f ALGEBRA I Algebra I is the first math course given to academic students. It is very basic and lighfll' covers nearly all phases of Hlgebfa' This course is usually taken by Freshmen but some eighth graders are now enrolled in it. PLANE GEOMETRY Plane Geometry is the study of two dimen- sional figures on a plane. It is the Sophomore section of the academic math course. 0-M .igrxx , F ,s,s,,.a.a.,.r..- --.... , f L - 72' I ui'mii'!I8l!h1!!..- - T xx 1 .,..t.,....,.-.- .-,.,... - TRIG-SOLID Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, and College Algebra are given to the seniors in the aca- demic math course. The study of the slide rule is another feature of this almost exclu- sively male class. ,Q ' BUSINESS MATH Business Math is a course taken by commer- cial students. It is basically an extension of Bookkeeping and teaches the essentials of math needed in business. K o WW SENIOR MATH Senior Math is a course taken by General students needing a math course to complete their credit requirements. 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DRIVERS TRAININ Our Driver Training Car was given to us by Meyer's Chevrolet Dealer in Girard. This gives the student the practical part of the Driver Training he received in class. ft 'nz DRIVERS TRAINING Driver Training is a course given to juniors to accustom them to the problems of modern day driving. They are taught the rules of safety and courteous conduct on the road. Z7 'gf.+f1:n:'ys- .tm,,:1'w-If-.,t,.f , f xf4:m..,4':"tn, we ' WW 4' '6 , - ' f 'f,,f,fv,,f ff, Q. .W , f ww n 3,,, 1+2f'Z552.r-252221454 2,-M .,, -gf., ,jg ,,, , ? f ,,2,'r1-fiy j ,-' V' fkazfax "gf . , 'f ,Q 1 "-116, 'ft y , , M- iv-Q-41,41 ,. fm.,-I -,,,1g:g,s,gg , , ff 6 1,7 WW A - M U , . , ' 1 ' ' 2?1fW1,fQ'f,f 'L 1 1.21, 3 f ff W 'IQ Tiff. 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' i , ' ' mf' 1 ,EJ- . ' ...f ing?-V7 Q, -' ' METAL SHOP Metal Shop is a part of the Industrial Arts course. Welding is learned along Wlfh things that can be fashioned from IDCIHIS- Wood Shop is another part of the Industrial Arts Course. Many pieces of furniture are made as well as learning the basic qualities of wood. ml z 4 , , 42 f ART The art course is an elective course that can be taken along with any course. All the phases of art are touched upon - carving, drawing, and painting. ,.....V K. AGRICULTURE Vocational Agriculture is a course taken by those boys who want to go into farming or one of the related fields as a profession. BASIC MATH Basic Math is a course taken by senior high students who want to learn the fundamentals of math for their own use. f i .l1...1.................,,fm,.v VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE Much practical work is done in Vocational Agriculture such as the projects the boys do each year. 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Q re-4 .aQcLbe, SHORTHAND II The Shorthand 2 students gain the practi- cal knowledge of the Gregg System. Toward the end of the year they begin transcribing after having taken letters in shorthand. SHORTHAND I These are mostly Commercial students These students learn the fundamental strokes BOOKEEPING I These students 'learn the fundamental steps in keeping office books. L, 4. 4mqnawpnnam:aa.z:f,w,:-aff ff tn., .fn-1' ,ww-ft - f f wt uw- - s ' ' '- ' ' INTRODUCTION T0 BUSINESS Introduction to Business is a course for sophomores who think they are interested in the Com- mercial course. Most of them con- tinue in this course through Senior High. In this class they get a short course in all the Commercial sub- jects. B USINESS ENGLISH Seniors in Business English learned to write letters that are used in a Business Office, and stud- ied grammar. They gave speeches to add to their self confidence in public speaking. Methods for job application were studied and put to practical use by these seniors in applying for office jobs. all GIRLS HEALTH Among the subjects studied by the junior Girls this year were nutrition, circulation of blood, nerves, home safety, and first aid. Each girl chose a disease that inter- ested her wrote a term paper on it, and gave an oral report on it to the class. Movies aided in the study of artificial respiration and other phases of first aid. 73 ' r WW? Boys HEALTH T l 1 l il Junior boys this year actively il participated in a study of first aid , and artifical respiration, including instruction in splintmaking in the event of broken bones. They also wrote term papers on a disease of their choice and gave oral reports. The study of the human body and its systems was undertaken. ,- ZQLMLG' Cc- J. 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GIRLS GYM Something new was added to the curriculum in Girls' Physical Edu- cation this year in the form of girls' events and a girls' track team. The girls also participated in the more conventional sports, such as volley- ball, softball, girls' basketball, and numerous other events. . Q VE - ' H , , 1 , v 1 1 V, ..' v,.Lr1v1 1 4' , fl ,,f..,.1,fA- . .4-. 7 5' X, - , V. ,Wm 45,4 f N 4 I, 1, I w , , 1 1. f ' K' Einrleni 'IV ife x. M-, , , A . 5 -talk, Lux, 33,1-E -,IIT V"'f' 1 .,, ,K 1 "nz NORD-OVESTH STAFF Editor and Assistant Subscriptions Z ' , r , 4 fri -WZW' , , if, .., y f , '21 414 ,gs ai f-. Vg as WK Y .. ' l nj' ,. ,, -1,:'4r3 352, 1 X K . gi 'a aft, 'V - -QE: fwfr 1 W-Qi' 1 I I 4 - . 1.4-., ,Yi .?'Qi5:Z4z, -, S Ng-t,.,.,,' 141- asf.,-nc., K efa-sfnwfg-f Q-vf,:1: -' 4 . ' s fl ,. ' -t X --Fil" rftaifzcbfrf-Sz:wart,.5 K K X, , -11112. , , ,, ,, z-xqiaihflf-. st- -, , '- ' lr., ,V .,.a..-me-.,-.:.:a,q . . , ., ., gs... ,..,..i, ,, t Sports Music Advertising YY WV The staff of the Del Nord-Ovest would like to extend special thanks to Marlene Connors. Marlene, although not a member Q of the staff, was largely responsible for much of the typing done. Thank you, Mar- lene! , J Typists -4-----A-'M ' " OTS 76 L I l Eimnmn lf' I Adwmr Mr Paul Cassldy Prexzdewt Gene Submnmng pncrures for the approval of the year Cathcart V1cePreJzdent Don Mmkovch Secretary. book editor STUDENT COUNCIL One representative of each Senior High homeroom participated in the Student Council, the student govern- ment body of Northwestern. They coped successfully with the problems between administration and students. Pleased with the success of our first exchange student, the Student Council is sponsoring another next year. VI vg.r,:lt5Iv.3!iA .t,! gilt. I r i -W ' 4 A 1. ' J .. "knit" mldlw UH.. , -A Hia.,-....af"' 1 '. ta "1 , , --- A,fsn,t,,Ixl.5,a I 07A6y'l0:q A The primary concern of the Varsity N is the purchase of jackets for those Seniors who have fulfilled the require- ments in a Varsity sport or activity. To provide funds for this huge p1'OiCCf, the members sponsored numerous Bake Sales, a hypnotist, and record dances. Under the guiding hand of Mr. Cook, the Varsity N had a rewarding year. i'WWfW "' Q 1, "f ' .,,f'ff"W" 242592, , 1211, fy, M we at , l i ttat' t fi an . f X fl W ' T .V We .,., .Z . Q' to in ' -. ', ,f.g2Qj1y 'sg ,mt.,,f,, M34 Q 15' , H! ' . I , S- 'h , - J' f' a 74YZ5j"2 fffa' 3 1 f"w Q53 ' . ' '-21. 'fp ' ,,f, .1 I Q6 f. 1 is II 1 , , at 5 as 0 . - . 1 ow- ww.-1'-4, if 501' n na.. -1' ff ,t,t . ..: . 1 , mn f, nf ff fy .. ,f 'W 4' -4 We Jw f ff wa ' -fr-,dw wa... .1 --W MMM Zwfif f I X 4 WWW, ,,,. J .....,g.,s-w .V-Q 1 aff:-f2L,:'?2L2,'?M 39.1. . 1, V! , ,Q Asfjifawl ,. N an YOUTH FOR CHRIST The Youth for Christ, one of the most active clubs at Northwestern is led by President Linda Stanton. They sponsored Rallies, Bible Quiz Contests and Funspirations throughout the year. A group of members went to Wash- ington D. C. during Christmas vacation for a meeting of YFC members from many places. All who went reported an interesting and profitable trip. A Ti ' 735: 32 V, fi it nl 1. IMJEL' The Tri-Hi-Y this year, under the direction of Miss Kenney, participated in many activities. The offices were: President, Susan Bartong Vice-President, june Bishopg Treasurer, Roberta Jonesg Secretary, Phyllis Hillg Chaplain, Betsy Bartong Program Chairman, Orla Shup. They presented a Thanksgiving pro' gram plus Social events for the club. Many of the members attended District Council. Susan Barton was Chaplain for this organ. C!-1 LIBRARY CLUB Members of the Library Club assist students and teachers in making full use of our library facilities. They work behind the desk, checking books in and Ong, freeing Miss Pfau for more exact- ing work. Mending and arranging books also is taken care of by the industrious members. The Library Club and Miss Pfau were of great assistance to stu- dents writing term papers and reports for semester projects. The student body extends their sincerest thanks. -2Nu....s.w-...,..rl,.. t, V .- f I L HI-Y Under the direction of Mr. Taylor the Hi-Y had a successful year. Offices were: President, Harold johnsong Vice- President, Torn Thompsong Treasurer, Louis Taylorg Secretary, Richard Sturte- vantg Chaplain, Richard Cassidy and Program Chairman, Jim Maxwell. Hi- Y participated in District Council hav- ing two representatives Dick Cassidy and Jim Maxwell. Tom Thompson was president of the District Council. Dick Cassidy will be the District represent- ative to the World Youth Conference at Amsterdam. 21122 F.F.A. The Future Farmers of America Chapter of this school had a very inter- esting year under the guidance of Mr. Osborne, their advisor. They participated in most of the county activities including the Livestock Parade. They also went to television station XWICU to take a part in the livestock programs which participated there. if ll , , I- 1 , -my V- s my '-r,. 15135 ll ,ina 1125279 ' .- Qgfw fvx , -'Jw -f , -1 ,fa :Irv ' ff. ' r ' f ,si A if 1 mf 2 .zu at " vm' 2:1 2 "wwf rn. lf. ff" 216: 2,73 H M , , , ,4 1,15 yy ,I I ,VV ,Lf,.1,:,1. Q.'f,,' f-5524 . 12wm"wzv.twm7' uz,,:,, , , fm ' ,f,lw,fJZ:E5L.'i,LgZi4251?fZ'4f? if f,-vf'iZJ L 4123? F.l'l.A. Most of the members of the FHA are enrolled in the Vocational Hornemakiflg course. Their purpose is to prOm0fff 9- genuine interest and appreciafifm in and for the joys and satisfactions of homemaking as a fulltime career. Their annual May Day program is enjoyed by the entire student body. P9 SR. PROJECTION Senior Projection Club is a club that takes care of all the visual aids used in teaching and otherwise in the school. The' school owes a debt of gratitude to this club, who under the guidance of Mr. Dovensky, did much to help the school this year. 2............. L Several editions of "Wildcat's Roar" were published by this year's newspaper staff to inform the stu- dent body of happenings at our school. Pictures, Hit Parades, Per- sonalities of the Week and Ques- tion of the Month were a few of the features that added interest to the student publication. Mr. Shell- hammer advised and directed the staff members. IR. HIGH I-IOMEMAKING Junior High Homemaking is very similar to the senior high club, the 12.1-IAA. Mrs. Mulholland acl- vised this club whose aim it is to Prepare its members for possible future C for an ourses in homemaking and active role in the F.H.A. A " I 4, .Jer r mqqgmnz l 1 . .f' 'QTG1-' ' .J1i'17Ei' J Jif5,L'.Z'.Vz " ' -ifffzzffffff f W TI-IE EDITORIAL surf or Tm: nWIl.DCAT'S ROAR" 7 TH GRADE CHORUS - - IUNIOR PROJECTION lxmfx IR. HIGH AGRICULTURE .JA N A A MNMM, ,,,..L..........-L...- LY . main xvmn' 51 1 1-mi. - , A . 5339? it - tn:+ffm..X . W -V f- ,. . 36-1Y:x,5j , U, .3 Qi1,qf,.:EY5sIl::X!,5:,- -MAL. 4 fcsw f 'Jj7fi'1 W --- M -v'L,:.' - H, Q M ' Milf-g,,' MODERN MUSIC 5 'ZW E' .41 .S'landi11g.' Mr. King, june Bishop, Patty Martin, Sonny Tozier, Mary Silfies, jerry Leehan, Linda Stanton, Alan Carr, Sandra Martin, Dick Cassidy, Mr. Harpster. Seated: Lily Batuski, Jean Chiro, Shirley Chromik, Gloria McArthur. Northwestern Chapter No. 314 of the Modern Music Masters Society is an honorary service group working within the music department. Its members are chosen from among the outstanding music students who meet the requirements in character, leadership, scholarship, and service. With the help of their advisors, Mr. William King and Mr. Daniel Harpster, the group planned and carried out two successful money- raising projects this year, a fish supper in the fall and a candy sale in November. The proceeds from these activities were used to pay the balance on a Steinway Baby Grand Piano donated to the school by the music department. The remainder of the proceeds were applied to the band a The organizati nd chorus funds. on of the club is outlined below: Pfefidem , . .. .-s,.,---. .sss ,...--, . Gerald Leehan Vife-Preiiffcnz ,r ,s ,s,,--,,,, ,, ---- Patty Martin Secretary , Ms, - , - -,,,H -,,,,, , june Bishop Treamrer s, . - vu ,-,--,sss,--,-, Sandra Martin Hirzorian H- --,.,, ,nu f,---- ,.,,-,--- Dick Cassidy flloq Qai- X I f 5' ,Q Av 94 . e . .wt ' , , A,i,i il '-I i i iv' 5 H PEP BAND The Pep Band or "Blue Notes" had a very active year. They played for all the pep meetings and home basketball games. Music was also provided for the Junior Play and "Clambake." Practice was held every Thursday after school. Dick Cassidy was the student leader. The members were: Linda Stanton, june Bishop, Mary Silfies, Tom Farver, Dick Cassidy, jim Demenik, Sonny Tozier, Allan Carr, Bob Turner and Patty Taylor. BAND SECTION LEADERS Section leaders are the best instrumentalists in each section. They are chosen by tryout and are commonly called the first chair people. .....:a1af::uaTmwuf.nmn:1.munpwmrwww:z::mi. 2::ra?J uf Id f ,-:fn-1a,sn5f:'g-ng eq, 351395-r L, y ' P-'Wf'?"YT'Tf-'-'..:T'l . N I mncmc MA1oRz r r wr, .li KSN E, .3 --gi, ..... 4 Q f 2 5 2325, , l 2 , any i 'iiiiiifftz i 31,2 ,, ...it V fy 4 v , :iran 6 M, - From Left fo Right: Betty Shakespeare, Par O'Lery, Bonnie Smock, Roberta Jones, Donna Rausch, Shirley Chromik, Sue Stahlman, Diana Gage. P V lltl ' I My i X WLM .li Q, . '71 ' yt 1 e ll BAND ornczns Mywwyajjylfuwly, The officers in band were not very active this t ' I lj year. Their main job was to supervise any V, extrag I j -yay' activities. Jerry Leehan, Presiclentg Sonny 'ffl ier, A I l 7 .jvffb . Vice-Presidentg Kathy Kuvlesky, Secretgyy-Trejajtdirefyw VJ J., ixfljti Q' I tt JU ' ii 'itil "ij 1 to it if if W- y lik DISTRICT BAND J I 5 it l . li ,, f :Xi f 1 'V A N l yi :lin yi XL? District band was held at East High School, Erie, Pennsyl- Alj M Qfvania, this year. Those attending from Northwestern were: rl RN LTjm Farver, Baritone Saxg Jerry Leehan, Clarinetg Louise . l t I ' ' Ygl 4 rverg Bass Carinetg Part Martin, Fluteg an onny ozier, N U if V J lg M 1 y as T' f 5-ii J ' J P ii 5 rumpetg Linda Stanton, Trombone. V ,kj M 'Ji ,bf 6 Tom Farver represented Northwestern High School at lf-i Ls ' i' X mf, kv 1. regional band held at State College, Pennsylvania. Paul Yoder. fi w 'x 'if ll. M! was the guest conductor. XB, ' Mig, f A ' ps 'Xl ll! I ii! Y lx ii jl' T. l 1 ll Nl ll' . ff N1 X H lil gf! y 'lg y lgi t f' ll Q . W 1 I L N My l I . ,J i if . if yy' . l . f lv ij rj' ir' I A XX J Q, yi -+I, 'J JU , G- A lp LP Tj l-,l n Wi I lil iff! fi ygl ,ix 1. J ltr' ry ll lt ,f . l 6 ii A' Ai F +V ll ....:4.4gQz,-as-J,,.e:f1Q-f,-1evr'f+1+effaf.e.Q-..firm-.f we W. t. Dwi. ,,t..t,m. 1 1 -.1"A:-fi t.uumwmrutl113lTlPWFcHli"-ID-1951515 I H ,7 - 7 'sfzjfy 7,1 '51 f , a 'I ' U ' ' " H 'l ':-?iYnfY Yi' YY If lj - ff I I' NIOR MAIORETTES DIANA GAGE ROBERTA JONES ,J L2 The famous Northwestern High School Dancing Majorettes had another successful year. Diana Gage was head twirler and choreographer. Dances were done at all home football games and several basketball games. They also did a very clever dance for the "Clam Bake." Hifi tr BONNIE SMOCK SHIRLEY CHROMIK 'M K S W g l SPRING The activities of the band for this year were quite numerous. They marched for the football games and several parades in the area. A pep band was started to provide entertainment for pep meetings and all home basketball games. The highlight of the year was the Spring Concert, which was a very colorful event. Preceding the Concert a banquet was held in honor of the musiciansg a delicious fish dinner was served to all attending. .lL1-.-mm-...--:ann mmmrvrm. W MW CONCER Some of the songs on the program were: Mafacalbo "La Banda Nascenten In a Persian Market "Music for a Carnival Toccam "Sea Porrraic" Ampaflfo Roca "The French Quarter" 90 Susan Barron Linda Alrhof Tennies 8: Eagle-y Thompson 8: Cathcart 0 Connie Kulyk Gene Cathcart Bonnie Smock Hollister 8: Feller ' Clambake Chorus Blue Notes Reagan K Sl1ilCy "A'-H'WW 4 5l5fE-595 TW 'NATM CHORUS Disrict Chorus was held at Oil City and Ron Pomeroy, Dick Cassidy, john Reagan, Sandra Martin, Jean Diehl and Jan Morrison were present from Northwestern. ,W-A96..1,g,v:523',a,sf"' , ' 431711, ff 1147 I me ,:91'v7!?V7?2', ' 1444 V ' QM, rf... f 1 4- - ' Af", -,2 '-3 "iff, 'grw' '- 'L'f15'3'5Ig7f,1fZ2"'7Zi ' 'Qu I ' ' I ,nf .i,',""'f'.,-, , -"'5U'f'fjf4-,iff A - X :ffl'Mf.f'M- r- f':,:.a:l:e'pr - " a - ' fflf f 1'-:,':--,:,f,53:'f,f 1 .. :,.,'g,','d!ff,"f, ' - ' NN-i"":1'f' 'f - if agfffglffil ,V 'fli'2 I ,f'2,.4ff:,f,4-:TW QW sam ffwweiffg-H! in 2 3 iff aj X il,Q'e5l'!,"f-If ' '1:g'ffj,'.ff2,Zg ' . sri ' f 4 ' f wp, f cr---xffff 'f A A :fw-'-.1 " 1 5 ' 5. . H- i .4'2:'1-125:-'K if X , 1 ' SECTION LEADERS These people have the task of keeping the roll for chorus and usually take charge of ticket sales. They are: Margie Zemcik, jan Morrison, Harold Johnson, Ann Rouse, jean Diehl. I : ? 4 l 4 Y W -"'i"'f'T'?" "'7 ' fn -, ,,,, , - if 7 V 6 I 1 - , wma? 2 1 ,, . 7 I. I , , -4 0 'li --vm ' :Jr ' ' ,gg 'W '5 ', H 'If' n is 1 Y ', iw I A hh, ' Q wr In 75, f , V - ,, E - f Vg: , - .l l- 'f ,J s rf .1 ,V V iff,-,-I f-1 , V ,. 11:75 ' 7 r I way T 2 f jj f I. H 1 f2' ff T All S. CHORUS OFFICERS The officers had a fairly busy year, They were headed by Harold johnson as President, jan Mor- rison as Vice-President, and Orla Shup as Secretary- Treasurer. ,g :W S ,, ,,,. ,.r,,,., s W , :Wm-W2 236- ', 'a Kfgj, f . ' 4 an GY, , ,V .l , . ' 443: f- 1 ,Y CM I ACCDM ANISTS Gloria McArthur, Mary Silfies, and Sandra Martin were accompanists for chorus as well as many other organizations. Much time and practice was spent in preparing the pieces, as was evident. 91 1 ai.e,.a.,,r . l ,f e , V f. 1::'1'f7ff".' 4 1 YJ , ' 'f 1 40,1 --fm. EM , fl ,6 af, HM ,In YW 4 4 , I ,, ' f , , I , 4 1 .. Q' 1 r f ,I , 14 X I ff I - '- 1' ' ' ,Map f U g f I K P Y f 1 x Qi I eff ff l M Mi SP ING The chorus spent many hours in rehearsals preparing for their programs during the past year. Besides providing entertainment for the Thanksgiving day program and Christmas Vespers, the chorus held its annual "Clam-bake." As usual the Spring Concert was the biggest event of the year. As a special number the band and chorus did an ar- rangement of "Carousel." CONCERT The program included the following selections: Ride the Chariot" "There is a Balm in Gilead" Listen to the Lambs" "Waters Ripple and Flow" 'I Heard a Forest Praying" "Country Style" 'Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" "Battle Hymn of the Republic H f 'A 'lf K5 l wg . -1 4 if - f'w3fE523f7z'h4,glf25as:u. . in-K ,JS ,, UZ M,gqffe . w - N NORTH WE STER N'S f 'flffyll SEUPE 1 TE! NY.- x,,Y pf Wil ' 57' in W rv M, WM 5, g. 59, ah TLA' Hi-' J? gg: ' xx,- Sf' nw x p 1 A , V g, my , 4, H il! B 71' ' -, ',,' fx V X '1'v.L ,5 , V, .Y Q4 1-7' ff 5 . ' :Li ff., viii' ,,., ,H ,V ,nf I' wg ,ull A. ,, ,J ,, .2 , ,,,. .. ,V Y V- ,, ' '1-71 .,, , f yjwis, .1 , , ww "-, J f My I YU 1 , , ' , WfgEf,,,.5 X 5, . X .5 - f , , Qsihlniins ,'fE.T.fgJ53K 3 591 1, ,. f , , ,,, EFJF- fs X VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD This year our squad showed clean sportsmanship which was an honor to us and to them. The squad's desire to play a clean game was greater than their desire to be victorious. It is sometimes hard to play a good game and to keep your scholastic' achieve- ments up to par. Our boys represented the diligence of our school in both athletic and academic fields. Despite an unfortunate season, three of our players gained county-Wide recog- nition. Ron Peters was named Lions' Club "Back of the Week" and Harold Johnson and john Kohut were named to the second All County team. "SENIOR GRIDDERSN , 32 " 'U ' ?2V"i'7' H741-V., V, X 5 , f V1 V 5? "4j:W'f1LJ"ffL?li' fx' ' ,,Z,!Q,,l,c! Wm ,I -:,?9, ,. - , fwfr -' - . - gn, 0 3, 1 f fi 'A ' ji ff Zf 1 ff 1 ,ff fgx, f fglfaf ,S 3 4 lg-f ' af f ' 'W 1 5 M610 f" ,ff 'Y , 4 1 1 5 KO' ' f 1 , ,-'- .Zjy , 4-3:5 'fL3j:., 2f1'gg,p1Z 5, ,L 31,1 , ' "1 .. "fa f in' Wi 'ff 96 JOHN KOHUT RON PETERS W- W-'m i A 'i ,Nl 'Nl' ' A fu as ahlefv -U , .- V, . - 1 ' .yy Qt'- 1 . AMW-H -WY WW W ' ' f ' f '. , ' J ffl' flgljsf' HAROLD JOHNSON JOHN WHITMORE MIKE GEVIN JIM MAXWELL ROGER GREENLEE sqm BILL ROGERS CLEVE WOOMER TONY GOEDECKER 1 .'1 'iztjfg' , . 1-1' ' -, Aw f 4110910 1 Q Q 'f I Q" ,iff ' '- U ' "" ' '21, Ap. Q ' 3 "f, 1 i , ' -I I ,On - r'wfffi7Q '- QQ? ' . gm' , , PAA, 1 fu' BEN ff ,z "I1J,'1j -w24i'W'! ,- f 6' 45917 41,.4f,,,4..v.g-., - MJ, , ,, ..sA4,,.f, ,,f 1 3 .uw Inu' '-if'-4. f - -IH I -, ., y - ,A 1,1 LAS f 4 -'24 -- 'A ff am vfifmz-6 127 ' .2 +wi?9M1fn:'1f: I UCK FIRST RUSSELL HUNTLEY BOB SHAKESPEARE 97 VARSITY BASKETBALL STEAL IT! JUMP HIQHQL 5 1 ja-X f, Y ,I-egg.. M ll V 'N 1- 1 , , w , "W-N ff'fii'l ' "lf.'1'-fi' 'af f f 1-ww: .-mg, if-V-.,1,w.q ,ff-1-ff,,,-,.f,r,i-, " -467 ' 'i ii " ' " :' zwfww '- " ' ' ,f-3,'f,v,w.1g,4.':..gf-, ' 2 ' 'A ,Ms ,ar f , M. Q ' 1' " I .,'eQl'2f, .1, Us-1 I y ,, :fax f ifsamy, f V, Nj.. S 4 1 ' ki? 2 ' 51335 ZIV, wx 1 lk 'EL if f 1, 1,4 j 'z A, , -z-zfffizifz Mm i 15... 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V ' f 1 r f l m ay - 'W View i 13 412111i.J,1f'a""zffPLf44 '. 1 , , I 1 .fm ' , 3 ' '25 'if 11, ff :jf ,V ' , Q, ',Q:gV'2L' ,-'f:'l:Ug14,H1Wf: ff , "ilf'1fiT3 ' ' fir?-f'l1l wAvwi' ' , ' ,,ff1Le,,,.l aj , " 3, , 'if3f3'3fE-lE'Z , .. . - ,, V i ,-: ri ".21':sg1""'-,-,- if ., . y ' f eff' Russell Huntley 'JV - f!rWf4f'2W' .wwfawfz :rf www-'h,4v,:1'11M1' ' f ,fmggvg .arf W V, gfxff -'JZZ 212511435 5271, ff, 1 47 ,,fQz.-Qfiiwmf ff .f'f.m ff: .mc H 3, yn,y,1p:yw ,y,y.Q1 ,, 3,1 f '1fi,jf'z':',"24f P W-f ,dt ,vL""'i'Vf' f f 1 f 1 . ' LW nf f. ffm' ' 17' If 1 i ff, 1 f ff ff' , 1' M ,IWXAXMN f 1 '.,flff'.'fi" 'jdi 'l'4?9i1iWJ2?5fW We , rw wifmfe-f , -f yjhfflfffll, X A 6 ,X ,7 I , f I ff ,f 'ff ww ,ffym ' 2 I f f 5 1 ff 9,22 X in i if ff iw! 3 ' 7 ff, l , Wi' f:'1':,'7 f Tom Sl'lC2I'C1' Maxxvcll 1 , v, , .3-ow guy M, , f '1,fxf 'zpffilwfi Coach "Sam" Kromer John Kohut SENIOR HOT-S O TS Coach Kromer guided Northwesterns Varsity Basketball team through a long, hard-fought season. We will long remember the number of games won and lost by less than five points. As the season progressed, the boys' sharp-shooting improved, and we ended the season with a near-even score board. County coaches and officials note the sportsmanship of our team with increasing admiration. The entire student body owes the team a vote of thanks for a fine season. 99 j. IUNIOR HIGH we Sally Thompson, Vickie Shup, Wanda Buschack, Madeline Sawdy, Susan Hull, Sally Valentine, Barbara Zemcik. IUNIOR VARSITY Bacle Row: Connie Hill, Karen Reinke, Peggy Morrison. From Row: Joyce Pomeroy, Sandy Brown, Judy Autry. SENIOR Margie Zemcik fg!:,T ,V V , I ,, , Midge Morley, Liz Beam, Linda Lynch, Jean Diehl, Barb Gresh, Margie Zemcik BUSINESS MANAGERS Delores Allburn, Mr. Mellon, Alice Gallant, Ellen Leehan, Diane Brown. s""r9' NEA nh:- , irq,-r -I-f.'q.,.. -1 1 I 3, V ' ,fxm .-Qt N.if,l:,Q,- mymg kg.,-,m'f! X. . 4- Q '.,..- v Jw..-vr.'e A,1',.:.., .. , '1"?.s fr ,- ,I..'mi-jgriisy i t , A. ee'.'.,1,.-:W ff. ex t :..Uw.,1-.t',z' '.tg,g,,, '2i-:isis iff 1- ' Front R011 W. Blood: I.. Kulyk, L. Rundell. Bark Row: R. Greer, M. Wolf, R- Hfiges, D- Carr, L Huntley Mr. Simmons. LV. BASKETBALL Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern SCORES Cambridge Springs Randolph Conneaut Cambridge Springs C, Valley C. Lake Randolph C. Valley Fairview Gen. McLane Girard North East Union City Wesleyville Fairview Wattsbturg Girard Cven. McLane 24 30 32 29 41 14 27 63 33 33 44 32 27 41 14 35 71 39 'Q-ff ii ' -.lim 1 - 'Ll Front Row: G. Sebring, T.O'Leary, D. Lynch, R. Diehl, C. Morley. Second Row: D. Peters, L Robert-s, G. Woods, T. Gibson,E. Dean. Abreu! when picture wa: taken, Coach jack Hill. IR. HI BASKETBALL SCORES Northwestern 25 Conneaut Valley 40 Northwestern Conneaut Valley 43 Northwestern Fairview 34 Northwestern Fort LeBoeuf 42 Northwestern Gen. McLane 22 Northwestern Girard 2 1 Northwestern Wfattsburgh 22 Northwestern Lawrence Park 31 Northwestern Wattsburgh 1 5 Northwestern Fairview 19 Northwestern Fort LeBoeuf 49 Northwestern Lawrence Park 36 Northwestern Girard 25 Northwestern Union City 19 mmvAwmnnzwr:au1mv2xm:f4rnvan3.1:1:m1?wrT4 FELFH 'Elf' LJ"i7A?nVGM'vJ,fJZ!U 'AV L if-!Jff4,f M, A , qlwvw-hmm f' MQW' lvcflx 3+ I Q , Q li fl. G.A. . 'Yi Qi? WV Vg ' iv. LM 'UM ifxlff ,wild . v HIXLWJZS5 My X ,gil 659' flfm Fimf Row, Left to Right: Straub, Perry, Kuvlesky, Miss Mershon, Petrus, Chton1ik,Hill. Second Rouu' Leehan, Artello, Shauberger, Shup, Fleish, Huya, McBride, Butler, Dunlap, Bemis. Third Row: Brunner, Barnes, Ulan, Meabon, Rindo, Neal, S. Ulan, Neilson, Fritzges, Gallant. 'LET'S sri som: Acnom 6113!-553' 104 1 L fm. V mmm-,,....uL,,, Ir I. 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Northwestern did very well with its second wrestling team in the history of the area. Mr. TWardowski's coaching and enthusiasm led our team to quite a respectable standing in the county, A member of the team, john Reagan, is the county wrestling champion in the unlimited class. Lack of boys for all the Weight classes was the main problem this year, but we hope to correct that in the future. NORTH WESTERN ll 'F Q T'WT T MAT MEN IN ACTION .....u....f...1...-.mg ffzsauxnuunuunun-,:.v,:.1,.u.L,.. . .-1.1 Mm--.f'..1. mn .f. .ww ww.-,1-.en--.w, ,- h ' Q-, -2- '-L". .1 l'H.'L'f 1 X 1 ' i mf, . A i,.4z. 3 . ..,. , W A 2 "K QS 1 ff '- I TRACK 3 . f i 1 . I I ..,1ff.- I ' . HALF MILE RELAY TEAM Left to Right: R. Peters, L. Jones, G. Cathcart, D. Mikovich. . I cn T .'L, for ., 440 YD. DASH R. Peters These are outstanding boys on our Track Team. Ron Peters took second in the 440 yd. 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' 1 we liiskw ' ,ig . , ' Coach V If .4 King, Harold Johnsong Queen, Margie Zemcilc One of the most beautiful Proms in the history of our area was presented this year by the Junior Class. The theme was "Evening in Ecstasy" and the d6C01'21fiOUS Wffe those of a medieval castle, complete with a dark, mysterious dungeon. A huge crown of more than 8000 paper carnations graced the center of the gym floor, making it the center of attraction for all who attended. A lowered ceiling and "stone" walls decorated with coats of arms gave the effect of the inside of the castle. A royal coach was placed at the entrance, providing a glamorous beginning for a glamorous evening. A special added attraction, new this year, was an outside patio for those who needed a breath of fresh air during the memorable evening. .A.A.i..a..e.A..,..Y- .sv ., . was B32 The May Day Program is planned by the Future I-lomemakers of America under the direction of Mrs. Harpst. 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King, G. Leehan, L, Stanton, E. Let-han, R. Cassidy, M. Homansky, K. Kuvlesky, D. Gage, T. Fm-ver, M. Zemcik, S. Martin. D. Osterberg, J. Kohut, A. Pederson, S. Barton, A. Carr, H. Johnson. R. Sturtevant, W. Tozier, P. Martin, L. Batuski, B, Klobusnik, E. Barton, O. Shup, E. Beam, D. Brown, L. Valentine, E. Cathcart. M E O M I. B U I 5 E N N E I W 0 S E I W Q S H5 'QM I "IT'S A GREAT LIFE" W Kuvlesky Cassidy , G 'v V ,l il i l CAST w ill 'll ri' . ll fsffll lg. 'll' Katherine Kuvlesky ....... - Mrr. Wilron 4 " ' Vi W' . . . K ' M Richard Cassidy ...,....... Mr. Wrlxon H h S Hman Belva Sherman -., ........ Aunt Gertrude Omansky Michael Homansky ..... Wilbert Wiggins Rosalie Eagley --.- ....H.... Theresa Gent Johna Gilbert ,.......... Alrtead Billing: Susan Barton .,.......... Mary Wilron Ellen Leehan ..e.............. Cornelia , Eagles, Gilbert James Gulu ........ "Muffler" 0'Rourke George Maksin ......H. - Tommy Wilrorz Allan Carr ..a............. Ted Stoker Barron ,D t ,Q . ,: V f' ' V u 'YL' ,li J, I ' ll rp., , Q 1, F Q 'fr , L iiEZl42?ff1.:-gs, 'W - ' 15, , lj 1' ' , 6' "h'3qff"lllffi wg ,I -nge, 'Ri 6 f, Y V - IRQ PRS? - . f wg, Gulu Maksin Leehan 1'- -nl Carr .,iK -f-'E--'Q " '. ' G , 'tf '21,-J' '1ff,'1'I-':'- ' ' ' 1 ,' 52 -ffvfwfyf' -, -A A, L t f H Ig. '. ' 1, f ,S ,vf+,sg,.1, 4 - 1 N - 'ry V ' ' , "The Little Dog Laughed" Class S id Martha .... Wally W- Laurie -- Marla --- Joan .-- Guy ..... Horatio NL Lillian --- Ted ..... Walola --- Caroline .'- Helen --- Grace --- Tberera -M Walk-ont --- Dirertor - ....- ..-- - - of 1961 --Luv-- Bill White --- Beverly Spaulding ,---,- Dave Cline --- Becky Hafner W- Jim Demernik --- Par Pacansky nr- jean Chiro U Don Mil-:ovch --- Betsy Barron -ar Rick Srurrevanr -L Geri Parroski Barb Terry Judy Lahnan Lisa Schaffer --- Ginny Fails Sandra Riley Ron Pomeroy Pere Pomeroy Wavil Youngs Mr. Kalinowski Student Director .... Gloria MacArthur CQMMENCEMENT SP? Shirley Chromik Thomas Farver X Michael Homansky 'K John Kohut 'F Kathryn Kuvlesky 'k Agriculture -.-, Commercial W Eaglifh ,,.---- Homemahirzg ,-- lmiafzial Arif an -- Latm .......v Math --, Wd- Maize .... ...,,,!, N ,.., ., , 1 W1 T 4 3 l23"7i -,.. ive 5 ' , if l E ' z ' r H l , 1: U " fl 5 SX A i,ll!lf I lf ' f r 1 F 1 H ' :I 'lf f F li X i 1 1: , ll y in , c . ll 1 5 1 ,I l 'V ex . I A V ww ,' ll, - I Z I . -we 'M' .. , .5 va 1x'r,s-32521-ri?'-W - J T - . A Margie Zemcik, Tom Farver, Ellen Leehan, Jerry Leehan, Linda Stanton. A ND AWARDS Ellen Leehan A Gerald Leehan 4' Almar Pedersen "f Linda Stanton A Margaret Zemcik all -- Maurice Stiffler HONOR Susan Barton A Flora Bemis June Bishop Gloria Butler Allan Carr? Richard Cassidy? Diana Gage 3' Martha Genung AWARDS , , T Ellen Leehan ,.-,, Gerald Leehan The Judy Mathews jonathan Stewart .- C , Thomas Farver - W, Thomas Farver -E Sandra Martin Girlr' Phyfical Ecl, -- .... Virginia Petrus Boyr' Phjhrical Efl. Sczeace .......,,., , -- - U Ronald Peters ,-- Willianl Bush Socral Slrzclzer ,,,,..,,....... .--- Gerald Leehan Baafch G Lomb Science Award ---W Gerald Leehan D. A. R. Awarcl ,,- .,r.r, ..., .... E l len Leehan Bahe Rath Sportrmamhip -- STUDENTS Michael Gevin james Gulu Wilma Hill Sandra Martini David Osterberg' Virginia Petrus Nancy Ruland in Honor Society C orzrath joffrrzalimz Award , , - -,- -. - - Susan Barton Linda Stanton -- no Peggy McBride Ronald Peters Liom Clah Award ,,....a.. --- Gerald Leehan H arthan Character Award V Boy Scomff of America and Cooper Scholarship P. T. S. A, Scholarrhip -- -N Margie Zemcik Thomas Farver ---H --- Allan Carr ami Federated Church ...... Thomas Farver Beauty Sc. Scholarrhip .......... Pearl Harayda Patricia Marcinowski Houghton College A .-we ' r" " " ' lair : R R " tx ' ' Q - t ' 1.:r.,.fQ'fr?. ' fd' 4,- 5 f. K , 4 3 ,ig A f,'. Z ! 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