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Inspired by the Study of Shakespeare
We the Class of 1959
THE DRAMA OF HIGH SCHOOL LIFE
The Rayen Annual
The Rayen School
Class of 1959
XX I ll
All of Royens cu Sfcg
"All of Rayen's a Stage"
Ancl all the students in it merely players
Th . . .
ey have their exits and their entrances
And each one in his time plays many parts
His acts being four stages,
Lowly freshmen, wise-fool sophomores,
Conceited iuniors and mighty seniors"
fWith apologies to Shakespeare's "As You
Like lf" Act ll Sc. VID
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Repertory of School Life Drama
Administration . . .
Activities fE.C.A.J .
Sports . . .
Freshmen . . .
Juniors . . .
General Index . ..
Commencement Awards 1958
Valedietorians: Vail Dunn, Timothy Heames, Suzanne Huestis, Lana Shagrin and Mary Wolsonovich Edwin
S. Gregory for Essays: Vail Dunn, JoAnn Flamiseh: Secretaries' Association Award: Mary Wolsono ch
Phillippine Kerwer Award for German: Lana Shagrirt: Praemium Latinum Henoris: Vail Dunn: Vaughn Tndd
Award: Lawrence Weller: American Legion Citizenship Award: John Nelly D.A.R. Citizenship Award Nancy
"All places yield to them ere they sit down,
and the nobility of Rayen are theirs." fApologies to Caesar!
MISS WELTHA KECK MISS HELEN POND
MISS MARY LOUISE IOYNTON
We dedicate this Drama of School Life to those teachers
who inspired a love for Shakespeare in us:
Miss Weltha Keck, active
Miss Helen Pond, retired
Miss Mary Louise Boynton, retired
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"The evil ihai men do lives after ihemp
The good is off inferred with their gradesp
So lei if be wifh reporis." IApologies to Caesar!
ADMINISTRATION--Directs the Drama of Rayen
Miss Pauline Buroy, secrelaryp Miss JoAnn Myers, sozroiaryp Mr. Andrew M. lindsay,
principalg Tish McKalvey, siudeni aide.
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MR. ANDREW M. LINDSAY
"Let me be recorded by the righteous Gods." fTimon of Athens Act lV:llU
Assisting Director Conters with Staff
Standing: C. Theodore, M. Nieastro, J. Ingram, M. McCu9cheen, P. Mirto, M. 0'NeiII, Seated: Mr. Clark White,
assi. principal, G. Gourley, R. Renner, A. Pappas, B. Italiano.
"For examine their counsels, and their cares,
Digest things rightly
Touching the weal o' common." fCariolanus l:l1
MAIN OFFICE HELPERS -
found: JoAnn Myers, G. Barr, Pauline Buroyp standing: B. Italiano, T. McKeIvey, S. Sandler, S. Delmont, J.
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"lf I could pray to move, prayers would move me:
But I am constant as the northern star." lCaesar lll:ll2
Checking Attendance at Performances
Row one: A. lortilacci, H. Sores, P. Mirto, J. Davis, J. Micehia, C. Krauss: row two: M. Parent, K. Walker,
M. Guru, I.. Limburg, M. Delial, A. Pappas, row three: M. MeCutcheon, B. Rifkin, D. Thomasmo, M. DeSantls,
D. Peitrich, M. Gillam, M. Neal.
"You great benefaciors, sprinkle our society with thankfulnessf' fTimon lll:lVI
Administering First Aid in Clinic
Row one: D. lettera, A. Bertilacci, M. Gurss, C. Krauss, Mrs. DiDomoni:o: row two: M.
Neal, J. Rosenberg, J. Davis: row three: M. Nizastre, M. Parent, P. Mirto, M. McCutcheon.
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MRS. IDA DI DOMENICO
"To guard a title that was rich before
To guild refined gold, to paint the lily,
To smooth the ice, or add another hue unto the rainbow,
ls wasteful and ridiculous excess." IKing Johnl
GirI's Advisor Assists Female Casting
Standing: Becky Mullane, June Fiscus, French Hutt, Peggy Henderson, Renee Berkewitx,
giareieRGi:ea, Barbara Freed, Penny Hume, sitting: Miss Willa l. When, not in picture:
etty an e .
MISS PAULINE BUREY MR. CLARK WHITE MISS Jo ANN MYERS
Secretary Asst. Principal 59Cfef0fY
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"If you have tears, prepare to shed them now." fCaesar2
MISS MARY LOUISE BOYNTON
MR. JOHN F. BUSCH
MRS. CAROL MARSHALL
MISS HELEN POND
MR. WALTER A. SIMPSON
MRS. HILDA STIFFLER
During the past year, Rayen has seen the retirement of several teachers, some of
whom had been here for many years. Miss Helen Pond, who taught English at Rayen
since 1930, is now living in Cleveland with her sister. Mr. Walter A. Simpson, after
teaching wood shop here since 1929, has moved to the warm Florida sunshine. .
I Mrs. Hilda Stiffler, former teacher, and cafeteria manager for the past thirty-four
years, is traveling with her husband around the United States by automobile.
Miss Louise Boynton retired last June but now teaches at Youngstown University.
She had been at Rayen for many years. K
Among those who have withdrawn from the faculty are, Mrs. Carol Marshall,
who is now teaching in Indiana, and Mr. John F. Busch who is still conducting and
teaching band at Hayes Junior High School.
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Faculty Members Guide Rehearsals of Scenes
Mllovguoxz l.k.Sg::::L2:s2L.Thomaxg raw two: J. Ocker, F. Lubonovicp rear: N. Hull, 5. leebaw
"If to do were as easy as to know what were good to do, chapels had
been churches and poor man's cottages, princes palaces. It is a good
diviner that follows his own instruction: I can easier teach twenty what
were good to be done, than be one of the twenty to follow mine own
teachings." fMerchant of Venice l:ll2
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Understudies Make Debut
"Pronounce that sentence
then on me, my Leige."
MR. JOSEPH WILSON
"l think my sword's as sharp
MR. JOSEPH DALTORIO
"To Sapashe go, Break
open the shops, nothing can
you steal, but thieves do lose it."
"l have a voice and precedent of
peace, to keep my name ungor'd."
MR. ROBERT l. SAPASHE
"Brevity is the soul of wit.
MRS. JEANNETTE M. HOGAN
MRS. LILLIAN KEEFER
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"Feast your ears with the
MR. LEWIS I.. ANDERSON
Directing Braille, Biology and Visiting
"Why lhal's the lady, all
lhe world desires her."
. "l know my course."
MRS. MILDRED WITTKUGLE
DR. PAULINE POWERS
"Good, my leige, lhe day lhal she
was missing, he was here."
"So I charm'd lheir ears."
MRS. SARA TOLTON
"Therefore prepare lhee fo cuf
off the flesh, Shed ihou no blood."
"We cannot live on grass or
berries, wafer and fishes, as beasts,
and birds, and fishes."
MR. MATTHEW A. FLOWER
MR. JOHN K. RUSS
Biol09Yf Annual Sales
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MISS RUTH P. WHITTINOTON
Spotting the Commercial Scene
"I crave the law
The penalty and forfeit my bond."
"Give us some gold, good
Hast thou more?" ITimor of Athensj
"You have ended my business."
MR. MATTHEW SEVAKO
MR. DONALD M. KOMA
MR. CLIFFORD M. GANDER
"You know the law, your exposition
"They say miracles are past, and Hall' been mosl sound'
we have our philosophical persons
to make modern and familiar things
super-natural and causeless . . . "
MISS EUGENIA SHEEHAN
Annual Editorial Advisor
MR. STEVEN A. SEDLACKO
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Guarding the King's English
"Cunning in music and to instruct
her fully in those sciences."
MR. ROBERT D. HASSEY
English, Speech, History
"Her very silence and her patience,
Speak to the people."
"But that your royal pleasure
must be done, this act is as an
ancient tale new told."
MR. DAVID HOWLAND
"Good sentences and well pro-
nounced, they would be better
if well followed."
"The tellow has good judgement.
MR. HENRY R. KALE
"A thousand businesses are brief
in hand, And heaven itself doth
frown upon the land."
MISS WELTHA KECK
MRS. BARBARA KUHLINS
English, Gimplrs Y-Teens
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MR. DAVID PITTS
Training in Industrial Roles
1'As best thou art experienced
since thou know'st Thy country's
strength and weakness."
MR. HAROLD W. LANSING
"Then bid them prepare dinner"
"No port is free, no place, That
guard, amid most unusual vigilance
does not attend my talking."
MR. HAROLD N. JOHNSON
Mech. Drawing, Annual Advertising
"Let your discretion be your tutor."
"Let us meet and question this
most fashionable piece of work."
MISS JUNE WEAMER
MISS GENEVA 6. SMITH
"And therefore haste away, For
we must measure twenty miles
MR. LEE E. GUISEWITE
MR. FRANKLIN P. ERCK
MISS well.: D. HAwKlNs ,, , , ,
Hom, Economic, But give me worship and quiet-
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ness, I like it better than dangerous
Adding the Finishing Touches to the Play
"ln faith she is a worthy gentle-
woman, exceedingly well read."
MISS MARION M. MAGUIRE
"The eagle suffers little birds
"He is often like a knight."
MR. KENNETH PICKERING
"I must begin the rudiments of art:
to teach you gamut in a briefer
MR. JOHN J. BENNINGER
Art, Annual Art
MR. WALDEMAR NISCHWITZ
"And bestow your needed
counsel to our business."
MISS MARIE KRYZAN
Social Science, Home Room Council Advisor
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"My bounty is as boundless
as the sea."
l MISS WILLA LUCILE WHAN
They Sing in Foreign Tongues
Ancl I shall lose my life for want
"Your accent is finer than som
thing you could purchase In so
of language If there be here Ger- removed G dwelling
man or Dane, low Dutch, Italian or
MR. NICHOLAS CIPOLLONE
"I think Frenchmen become
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MISS CATHERINE WARY
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Building Sets, Props, Illusions
"But this reasoning is not in
MISS MARY E. CRAVER
"Believe then if you please, that
I can do strange things."
"But like a comet, I was wondered
at: That men would tell their
children, This is he."
MR. LAWRENCE D. GILBOY
Mathematics, Annual Sales
"Stand by and mark the manner
of his teaching."
"l'll know no more drumming,
a plague of all drums."
MR. ROBERT C. KLINKO
"Thus your own proper wisdom
Brings in the champion honor."
MR. ROBERT H. GILLESPIE
MR. SAMUEL G. ROGERS
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MR. DALE THOMPSON
Gen. Science, Physics
"My judgement is, we should not
step too far till we had his assist-
ance by the hand."
MR. THEODORE THEODOSOFF
"To the tub fast . . . and to the
MR. OLIVER S. ELLIS
for the Show
"Let every man be master of his
time . . . till seven at night, God
be with you."
MR. CHARLES JOACHIM
History, Phys. Ed.
"Tis honor, with most squads to
be at odds."
"He cannot be too sweet for the
MR. JOE A. HORN
Civics, Asst. Coach
MR. RALPH ROBINETTE
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Up yon hill, your legs are young
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MISS PATRICIA SIGLER ,
Phys. Ed., Hygiene
Clubs Revolve Around Cast
"To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind
to suffer the sting and arrows of outrageous fortuneg or to join u club
against a sea of troubles." fApologies to Hamleti
Marlene Fossesca, queen: John Hueslis, king.
"The play's the thing wherein they catch the spirit of Rayen." fApoIogies to Hamletl
National Thespian Society Produces
Row one: R. Schmutz, N. Brandt, M. 0'Neill, J. Schwartz, P. Haines,
Miss L. Lee, row two: P. Stetts, M. Gurss, S. Zoss, E. Linder, A.
Coombs, B. Lipton, K. Birch, J. Deimel, M. Greenbergerg row
three: A. Papagan, W. Leebaw, J. Dennis, N. Gourley, S. Leebaw,
' G. Gourley, B. Randell, S. Kline: row four: P. Patrone, J. Burke,
B. Carney, M. McCarron, D. Probert, T. Bucheit, P. Wollison, J.
Loveg row five: S. Tracey, W. Hollander, J. Ferenchak, S. Label,
R. White, G. Ballantine, S. Kornstein, Sandra Kornstein.
I Thespian Officers
Thespian officers: Phyllis Hai-nes, historian: J. Schwartz,
president, M. 0'Neill, secretary, R. Brandt, vice-
presrdent, R. Schmutz, treasurer.
The officers of Troupe 479 of the National Thes-
pians Society for the year 1958-59 included Judy
Schwartz, president, Nicki Brandt, vice-president,
Marlene O'Neill, secretary, Reid Schmutz, treasurer,
and Phyllis Haines, historian.
In the fall "A Roomful of Roses" was presented
with Katie Birch, Judy Deimel and Reid Schmutz
taking top honors. This was followed by patriotic
choral reading, "The Voice of America," with Alex
Papagan taking the role of the seer.
Inasmuch as this was the thirtieth anniversary of the National Thespian Society,
we held a formal initiation to which the parents of the members and the initiates were
invited. At this initiation we installed Mr. Andrew M. Lindsay as an honorary member.
Among the fourteen boys and girls initiated into the Rayen Thespian Troupe
were seniors Betty Randell, Malka Greenberger, Barbara Lipton and Sandra Tracey.
Juniors who earned their points were Jean Love, Nancy Gourley, and Ron White.
Pete Patrone, Paul Stetts, Tina Bucheit, Pam Wollison, Wally Hollander, Stanley Label
and Wayne Leebaw were the sophomores who made the grade.
The play chosen for production in the spring was "The Thread That Runs So
True" by Jesse Stuart.
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"They did down the stage with tears
Their clowns did make those laugh
Whose lungs were tickled o' the sere." lHamleti
"Act well your part"
Seated: E. Linder,A. Coombs, M. O'NeilI, J. Schwartz,
N. Brandt, row two: M. Hume, C. Heames, J. Landau,
B. Safier, S. Lackey, P. Luskin, row three: H. Brandt,
M. McCutcheen, M. Cragel, S. Billet, M. Keyes, Miss
Lucill Lee: row four: D. Noll, P. Grier, C. Murphy,
G. Davison, P. Stetts.
Officers: seated: J. Schwartz, E. Linder, A. Coombs
standing: N. Brandt, M. O'NeiII.
This year the Dramatics Club was run a bit differently. Under the supervision of
Miss Lucille Lee and a few Thespians, the twenty-five members of this club met to
learn and practice the techniques of acting.
Throughout the year, several one-act plays were given in arena style, to which
different home-rooms were invited. '
The Dramatics Club members also helped the Thespians put on "The Voice of
America" program in February.
The Thespian committee directing the club activities includes: Nicki Brandt, Alice
Coombs, Elise Linder, Marlene O'Neil and Judy Schwartz.
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"The French ambassador upon that instant.
Craved audience: and the hour I think is come
To give him audience." IHenry V2
Le Cercle Francais
Row one: S. leebaw, J. levy, L. lobe, P. Passell, C. D'Amica, S. Sandler, C. Theodore, N. Frantz, M
Guarnlerlg row two: J. Schwartz, C. Paranzine, M. Greenberger, C. Krauss, D. Brown, J. Dennis, raw three: P
Lyden, J. Fiscus. S. Zoss, I. Rogovin, 5. Klein, S. Tracey, P. Davis, P. Barnes, row four: M. Kaufman, l. Silver-
man, C. Jones, L. Kravitz, P. Haines, M. Logan, G. Gourley, K. Birch, J. Ipp.
Once again Le Cercle Francais, Senior French Club, held their monthly meeting
in a member's home. French was the language of the evening beginning with the
business meeting and being carried right through the entertainment and the final
"bon soir"-good night.
The Christmas meeting was at the home of Josephine Robinson, whose parents
acted as hosts. Other meetings were held at the homes of Barbara Rifkin, Sue Sandler,
Jane lpp, Greta Davidson and Ernie Wilkoff.
Committees usually serve the refreshments. Among the programs have been
original plays, dramatizations of classroom stories, and contests using French proverbs
Working along with advisors, Miss Catherine Wary and Miss Florence Turowski,
are this year's fine team of officers: Josephine Robinson, president, Greta Davidson,
vice-president, Mark Tessler, treasurer, and Anita Thornton, secretary. Assistant
treasurers are Marcia Gurss and Diane Orze.
This year's members established a French commencement award of S25 to be
given annually to the outstanding advanced French student.
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Row one: H. Bowers, B. McCreary, S. English, J. Lomax, A. Averhart, L. A. Booker, row two: J. M:Creary,
B. Randell, S. Karnstein, A. Tanowitz, P. Lieberman, M. Broidap row three: R. Daniels, J. Delloria, J. Ocker,
B, Rifkin, S. Delmont, C. Carouino, S. Goodstain, S. Kaufman, T. Wishnevg row four: D. Webb, J. Bursackf
R. Ball, J. Newman, S. Rosko, D. Dyer H. Piasky, E. Wilkoff, T. Kennedy, L. Abramovitx.
Le Cercle Francais Officers
Sitting: G. Davidson, vice-president, M. Tessler, treasurer, J. Robinson,
president, A. Thornton, secretary, standing: D. Orze, asst. trans., M.
Guns, F. Turowski, advisor.
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"For mine own part, it was French to me." IApoIogies to Caesar!
Le Petit Cercle Francais
Row one: L. Patterson, R. Matheson, B. Shifman, l
Marks, R. Gore, J. Janes, P. Fabian, J, Corcoran, M
Hahn, row two: C. Bryant, J. Chuffo, R. Burgo, J
Ellington, L. Coney, G. King, J. Phillips, R. Long, K
Burley, S. Heard, row three: J. Waddell, D. Yarmy
L. Douglas, B. Franklin, K. Black, M. Hunter, P
Kimbrough, T. Harris, J. Winston, C. Conway, .I
Genaro, row four: H. Kirker, W. Watson, R. Fleming
B. DeAngelo, B. Summers, M. Mass, S. Ress, L. Jones
L. Berndt, D. Probert, C. Jones, B. Londolt.
Le Petit Cercle Francais Officers
Officers: row one: E. Carrozzino, J. Solomon, B. chudie
leoffwl. Bolton, row two: J. Hogg, M. Henderson, Miss
Members of Le Cercle Francais enioyed skits, singing and social functions after
school each month under the direction of Miss Catherine Wary and Miss Florence
The first skit presented was written by a sophomore, Peggy Henderson. Members
of Le Cercle Francais also presented an entertaining skit about a dance. There were
many quizzes on geography and history.
Meetings were held bimonthly in the cafeteria. Refreshments were planned and
served by different members each time. French was used during the business meeting
and French songs were sung at the close of each meeting.
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"The language I have learn'd these several years,
Now must I forego." fRichard IU
Growth in number and activity has steadily been achieved by the German Club.
Both first and second year students participate in its activities.
Meetings of the group included one in December when first year students were
entertained by a skit put on by the second year students. Then in February, the
program centered around great German cities. At the April meeting the second
year students were entertained by the first year students.
Under the capable leadership of Miss Eleanor Beers, the group has completed
another successful year. Officers for the year were Bill Hauser, president, Elise Linder,
vice-president, Deena Schlosser, secretary, and Dave Williams, treasurer.
Row one: M. L. Dickens, J. Hogan, B. Freed, M. Levick, B. De-
Angelo, M. Broenelle, row two: P. Henkin, J. Love, A. Coombs, ,
G. Benson, Y. Ottenberg, M. Scott, D. Bassin, J. Goldstein, row
three: J. Faye, C. Heames, N. Gourley, J. Burke, N. Hutt, J.
Rousseau, H. Stollner, M. Lindert, R. Carstiny, row four: J. Towne,
R. White, R. Schmutz, R. Roth, E. Shenk, H. Stadelbauer, B. Gold-
man, H. Lowendorf.
German Club Officers
Sitting: Deenu Schlosser, secretary, Miss Eleanor Beers, advisor,
Elise Linder, vice-president, standing: Bill Hauser, president, Dave
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"And Rome must know the value of her own." fCariolcmusI
Latin Club Studies Roman Stage
Row ane: J. Krauss, P. Hume, M. Giber, M. Ferguson, G. Hicks, D. Brown, N. Hutt, J. Kranitz, C. Friedkinp row
two: J. Dellaria, C. Ellis, B. Jennings, C. Greenwood, S. Fleischer, J. Eppstein, J. Goldstein, C. Goodman,
P. Ferris, row three: K. Anderson, G. Adams, T. Banish, M. DeVolle, D. Bernard, M. Cragil, C. Kaizer, B. Kosta,
C. Heames, J. Hogg, E. Daffy row four: G. Goroyanic, G. Denino, A. Kretxer, P. Greier, J. Dellaria, T. Busheit, G.
Bogden, D. Freeman, P. Henderson, I.. Berndt, B. Hauser, C. Duncan, row five: B. Dyer, J. DelGuidi:e, M. Bender,
W. Hollander, D. Alamac, D. Davis, E. Freeman, M. Gefsky, H. Brockman, T. Bennett, R. Klivans.
Latin Class at board: F. Thomas, M. O'Neill, S. Tracey, J.
Sehwartzp sitting: S. Kornstein, J, Dellaria.
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Row one: S. Stewart. S. Rielutono, J. Schwartz, D. Bassin, N. Laflll Club officers
Kohan, J. Marsh, J. Dennis, J. Phillips, J. Rousseau, A. Wine, K.
Singer, D. Phillips, B. Mullane, row two: J. Schlosslaerg, K. Welker,
K. Norris, M. L. Milliron, B. Logan, N. Solomon, N. Riddle, T.
McKelvey, M. Scott, M. O'Neill, M. Waddell, S. Shobar, S. Nelson:
row three: l. Norris, V. Peoples, W. Leebaw, R. Berkowitz, J.
Palmer, D. Pallay, B. Glasberg, D. Passin, R. Merkin, B. Santer,
K. Helen, M. Stanley: 'row four: P. Stetts, R. Millstone, H.
Weaver, R. Sergi, D. Traxler, S. Label, H. Stadelbauer, C. Allen,
D. Mega. J. Patrick, 0. Anderson, F. Thomas, D. Thellman, J. Rook,
J. Womack, raw five: L. McCullum, D. Noll, J. Waddell, S. Korn-
stein, P. Patrone, B. Shagring not in club: R. Solyn, R. Vesmas,
T. Weiss, S. Mays, R. Mandel, M. L. Milliron, J. Thollman.
Sitting: Judy Hubbard, Sandra Kornstein, Betty Randell, Jim
Manchester, Pam Wollison, standing: Miss Lucille Leo, Miss Cath-
Latin Club, under the capable supervision of Miss Katheryn Wary and Miss
Lucille Lee, enioyed its forty-fifth year of activity. Opening the season, Jackie Dellaria
gave a detailed talk illustrated with slides on the World's Fair in Brussels.
Before Christmas they conducted a successful bake sale. At their annual Christmas
party several small plays were given and Latin bingo was played. Refreshments were
served and.Christmas songs were sung in Latin.
Latin Club members and freshman Latin students went by Greyhound bus to the
Buhl Planetarium in Pittsburgh for the Latin Exhibition and the Sky Show on February 22.
Latin Week was celebrated from April 6 through April 12. During this week, the
organized Latin Clubs in the city sponsored a speaker at Princeton Junior High School.
This year's officers were: Betty Randell, president, Jim Manchester, vice-president,
Judy Hubbard, secretary, Pam Wollison, treasurer. Senators were: Diane Bassin,
Nancy Kohan, Sandra Kornstein, Stanley Label, Wayne Leebaw, Derek Noll, Sue
Richstone, Judy Schwartz and Paul Stetts.
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Therefore, it is meet
That noble minds keep ever with their likes,
For who so firm that cannot learn Spanish." IApologies to Caesari
Spanish Club Revives
. . DiFiore, R. Jones, D. Roberts, R. Spokane, F. Green row four M
sPam5h club oifflcefs Bledsoe, R. Conti, B. Jamison, J. Bertilacci, J. Sorvillo G Wrench
Sitting Mike Morelll vice-president, Karen Pevow, secretary, Mr. F' Thomas'
N Clppollone advisor Standing: Nancy Naples, treasurer, Missy
McCutcl-neon historian Nat in picture: Mike Cappola, president.
Spanish Club has been inactive for a number of years, but recently was brought
back into existence by Mr. Nicholas Cipollone, advisor.
One of the main purposes of the Spanish Club is to create more interest and
desire in the further use of Spanish. The following purposes are in no way less impor-
tant, namely: KU to give a deeper insight into Spanish culture and heritage 123 to
practice parliamentary procedure C31 to afford an opportunity for students of the
various Spanish classes to become better acquainted with one another C41 to offer
supplementary reading material such as dialogues, short stories, and anecdotes.
A student must have and maintain at least a "C" average in Spanish in order
to be a member in good standing. A highlight of the activities of the club this year
was a Spanish type Christmas party. The new idea of carrying a membership card
was also introduced.
Otticers for 1958-59 were Mike Coppola, president, Mike Morelli, vice-president,
Karen Pevow, secretary, Nancy Naples, treasurer, Missy McCutcheon, historian.
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Row one: G. Davidson, J. Diemal, M. McCarron, row two E Allen
M. Bender, I.. Dominic, R. Dominic, row three: N Dominic S
"They have pitched a toil: I am toiling in a pitch." fLove's Labor Losti
The Junior Achievement Association of Youngstown puts forth great effort in
trying to prepare young men and women for their place in the business world of
tomorrow. The association is made up of various miniature companies, owned and
operated by the members and stockholders. These various companies consist of students
from different schools. Among them is Rayen who boasts of thirty-nine students.
Many seniors in the association have won numerous awards and have received
special recognition. They are: Anita Thornton, Alexander Papagan, Mark Kaufman,
Nancy Hutt, Joanne McCreary, Jean Dennis, Joe Hughes, Jo Ann Phillips and Robert
Berkowitz. Anita Thornton is secretary of the City JA.
Others who do their share in selling stocks and in discussing new charters and
leases are: Mary Short, Marva Little, Kay Black, Joe Ferenchak, Barbara McCreary
and Karen Pevow. One of the units which is unusual is the TV-production company
which was formed this year at WFMJ-TV stations. Pupils write their own script, cast,
produce and direct.
Row one: M. Short, N. Rothwell, J. Humphries, M. Little, K. Black, H. Stollnerp row two: M. Milliron, A.
Thornton, A. Papagun, J. Ferenchak, M. Kaufman, N. Hutt, J. McCreary, J. Dennis, row three: B. McCreary,
D.H d J.Hh C.l. J.Ad'M.FI'.'h- f:T.T J.Ph'll' N.
ernan ez, ug es, atessa, me un, aettn, J Viet , row our urner, r ips,
Frantz, K. Pevow, J. Hogan, J. Keogh, D. Robert, F. Green, J. Bursuck, R. Berkowitz, row five: E. Wrobleski,
R. Schmutz, G. Ballentlne, I. Saletru, T. Kribblo, J. Sorvillo, T. Bright, J. Keating, J. Humphries.
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"The sweet degrees that this brief world affords
To such as may the passive drugs of it Freely command." lTimon of Athensi
National Forensic League
Row one: Mr. David Howland, J. Ferenchak, E. Linder, A. Papagan,
J. Ocker, D. Schlesser, M. Tesslerg row two: J. Hubbard, D. Phil-
lips, J. Faye, C. Heames, M. Keyes, D. Bassin, A. Wine, S. Zoss, B.
Carle, L. Kravitz, row three: R. Spokane, L. Cohen, J. Frank, P.
Wollisan, D. Randell, L. Silverman, A. Kretzer, J. Marsh, row four:
R. Berkowitz, J. Schwartz, D. Roberts, B. Hauser, M. Kaufman, l..
Reese, D. Traxler, J. Towne, row five: J. Kranitz, l. Tamarkin, J.
lake, D. Williams, D. Dumas, R. Solyn, E. Wilkoff.
For years the Rayen chapter of the National For-
ensic League has gained distinction as being one of
the leading chapters in the state, and this year
has proved to be no exception.
To mention all of their achievements would be
practically impossible. During travels to such places
throughout Ohio as Columbus, Euclid, Stowe, Cleve-
land, Niles, Cuyahoga Falls, Struthers, Boardman
and several Youngstown schools, N.F.L. members
have comprised an impressive record consisting of
gaining permanent possession of the Rayen Rotary
Debate trophy, winning the District Individual Events
trophy, and having the distinction of Speaker of the
House at Student Congress. This does not include
the numerous personal trophies won by individual
Of course, mention of N. F. L.'s accomplishments
would not be complete without referring to its
advisors, Mr. David Howland and his assistant, Mr.
National Forensic League Officers
Officers: row one: D. Schlosser, A. Papagan, E. Linder, raw two
J. Ferenchak, J. Ocker, row three: Mr. David Howland.
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So call the held to rest and let's away,
To part the glories of this happy day." Uulius Caesarj
Row one: E. Linder, A. Pupagan, J. Ocker, A. Wine, L. Reese:
row two: J. Foy, B. Carl, M. Tessler, J. Hubbard, row three: L.
Cohen, D. Bussan, D. Phillips, D. Randall, A. Kretzer, D. Roberts,
Membership in the Rayen chapter of the National Forensic League Trophy Club
is an honor well worthy of praise, for it is accomplished only after endless hard work,
preparation and determination. The requirements for membership in Trophy Club serve
as evidence of this. To qualify one must take first place in a tournament, win three
consecutive debates, or qualify for district or state finals.
This year's members and the methods by which they qualified are as follows:
N. F. L. District winners: Beverly Carl, Arlene Wine, OHSSL State Finals: Jackie Fay,
Elise Linder, Judi Ocker, David Randall, Leslie Reese, Rayen Rotary Debate: Danny
Roberts, Richard Klivans, Jonathan Towne, Larry Cohen, N. F. L. State Finals: Mark
Tessler, Alex Papagan, Dianne Phillips, Judy Hubbard, Diane Bassin.
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"This fortress, built by nature for herself,
Against infection, and the hand of war." fKing Richard!
Row one: C. D'Amico, secretary, M. Fossosca, president, K. Pevow
Miss Geneva Smithp row two: S. Zoss, T. Castor, J. Rosenberg
C. Paranzine, M. McCut:heon, R. Dominicp row three: J. Phillips
J. Dennis, K. Burley, D. Ossa, J. Ellington, I.. Dominic, M. Broida
C. Theodore, row four: D. Kiger, E. Bogden, P. Friedman, G. Hicks
S. Kornstein, J. Ingram, M. McCarran, D. Brown.
Officers: K. Pevow, :ity treasurer-elect, Miss Geneva Smith, M.
Fossesca, president, C. D'Amico, retiring city treasurer.
One Tuesday out of every month, the Future Nurses meet at the Stambaugh
Nurses home of South Side Hospital. The club consists of students from all of the
public schools in Youngstown.
Rayen officers in the Future Nurses include Carol D'Amico, treasurer, and Marlene
Fossesca, school representative. Miss Geneva Smith, advisor, directs the activities of
Previously the Nurses Club toured the South Side Hospital, the student nurses
acting as guides and explaining various rooms in the hospital for the students.
ln December, they gave a Christmas party and exchanged gifts among themselves.
At another meeting there was a speaker from Woodside Receiving Hospital. At another
they viewed a movie on operations.
Mrs. Gilda Millan, a registered nurse, is director of Future Nurses at the Stambaugh
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"The skies are painted with unnumber'd sparksp
They are all tire and everyone doth shine." fCaesar2
Row one: L. Jobe, J. Deimel, M. MeCuteheon, N. Kohon, M. Giber,
B. Italiano, F. lubonovic, S. Sandler, G. Gourley, J. Ipp, D. Brown
K. Blaclrg row two: P. Lyden, M. Bender, I.. Kravitz, J. Robinson
J. Dennis, J. Burke, P. Hume, D. Bassin, G. Hicks, row three: N.
Frantz, J. Goldstein, C. Kizer, B. Glasberg, B. Shifmon, D. Orxe
M. Gurss, V. Benson, J. Vieth, T. Wishnev, J. Fiscus, row four: J.
Rousseau, K. Birch, J. Humpheries, P. Greir, J. Krauss, M. Berko-
witz, N. Gourley, G. Mills, J. Hogg, P. Scott, D. Yarmy, J. Rosen-
berg, C. Krauss, J. levy.
Future Teachers Officers
A. Wine, secretary: D. Schlosser, presidentp J. Schwartz, treasurer,
J. Love, vice-president: J. Weamer, advisor.
The Frank W. Tear Future Teachers Club has an enrollment of fifty-one members.
Future Teachers of America is a service club, and its members try to earn two hundred
service points in order to win an F. T. A. pin.
They work for these points by acting as office assistants, taking charge of classes
in the elementary and high schools and assisting the teachers during P. T. A. meetings.
Janie lpp, Sue Sandler and Judy Schwartz assisted with student teaching at
Harding School. Arlene Wine tutored ci Braille class student. Galen Gourley and June
Fiscus represented Rayen at the Family Life Institute. Delta Kappa Gamma Society
entertained a group of senior Future Teachers at their annual recruitment day at
Butler Art Institute.
Officers are Deena Schlosser, president, Jean Love, vice-president, Arlene Wine,
secretary, Judy Schwartz, treasurer: and Galen Gourley, historian. Miss June Weamer
is the advisor of the club.
Several seniors have applied for teaching scholarships in college during their
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"We will not from the helm, to sit and weep,
But keep our courses, though the rough wind Say-no." lHenry Vll
G. A. A.
Girls Athletic Association
Row one: T. Castor, A. Lucaric, M. Stanley, G. Adams, K. Burley,
E. Jones, J. Fiscus, J. Dalleria, row two: C. Smith, E. Mauzy, M.
Little, Ma' Watson, C. Wilson, B. Gregory, L. Douglas, N. Thomas,
row three: J. lngram, J. Lomax, L. Huff, T. Dycman, B. Dann,
N. Rothwell, R. Fowler, row four: D. Orze, P. Davis, D. Osso, K.
Walker, C. Stewart, M. Skoda, M. Fossesca, P. Lyden, row five:
M. McCutcheon, P. Passell, C. D'Amico, B. Italiano, L. Douglas,
B. McCreary, L. Singletary, J. Washington.
C. Paranzine, vice-president, J. Lotarski, president, K. Black
secretary, B. Franklin, treasurer.
G. A. A. proclaimed iuniors as the winners ot the annual class championship for
basketball with Beverly Carl as its captain. Anna Marie Lucaric lead her orange team
in a varsity basketball tourney to victory by trouncing the black team under the
leadership of Carol Stewart.
Officers for the year were: Joanne Lotarski, president, Carol Paranzine, vice-
president, Beverly Franklin, secretary, and Karen Black, treasurer.
Thus another chapter closes in the events ot G. A. A.'s program as many await
the l960 season. Miss Patricia Sigler directs its activities.
Our knees shall kneel till to the ground they grow." lKing Richard Ill
500 Club Officers
In front: T. Castor, C. Paranzine, C. Smith, Miss Sigler.
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Row one: C. Paranzine, T. Castor, C. Smith: raw two:
B. Wilkie, Miss Sigler, A. M. Lucaricg row three: D. Osso,
K. Burley, E. Bogdan, C. D'Amico, J. McCreary.
Having achieved 500 points in Girls' Athletic
Association, a girl is eligible for membership
in 500 Club. Limited to a select twenty athletes,
the organization has once again completed a
successful year in athletics.
Headed by the officers Theresa Castor,
presidentp Joanne Lotarski, vice-president, and
Carolyn Smith, secretary-treasurer, 'the club
participated in bowling, basketball, volleyball
and softball tournaments.
Annual affairs consisted of the combination
swim and dance party, and the May Banquet
where various athletic awards were made to
outstanding members of 500 Club.
Last year Phyllis O'Hara was awarded the
"Athlete of the Year" trophy, and a trophy for
having earned 2500 points. Letters went to
Gloria Bursack and Phyllis O'Hara for earning
2000 points each.
Under the supervision of Miss Patricia Sigler,
the 500 Club has kept up its high standards
throughout the years.
"For Society is the happiness of Life." ILove's Labor Lostj
Row one: N. Barlsar, M. Fossesca, E. Allen, M. Logan, P. Smith,
P. Barnes, D. Brown, R. Morgan, A. Lucaric, D. Gavlek, J. Phillips,
F. Timpson, C. Bennett, D. Bennett, row two: P. Davis, S. Reynolds,
P. Winston, G. Hicks, J. Rosenberg, D. Kiger, B. Italiano, M. Di-
Santis, J. Ingram, P. Fabian, G. Kings, row three: M. Little, J. El-
lington, M. Aulisio, J. Carter, l. Jobe, F. Lubonovic, C. Theodore, M.
Cannatti, Y. Arriola, J. Mullidore, J. Robinson, row four: J Lomax,
J. Jones, L. Douglas, B. McCreary, E. Patmon, K. Black, M. Skoda,
G. Banakis, C. Stewart, D. Thomasin, L. Patterson, A. Averhart, B.
Franklin, K. Black.
Yolaso Y-Teens rang up the curtain participating in the City-wide Touchdown
Toddle. A "Cookie Shine" in November proved to be a financial success as well as a
beautiful display of delicious goodies.
Local Braille students were very graciously honored at the annual Y-Teen Christmas
Party. This party will always remain in the hearts of all the girls who planned the
The sale of school stationery was one of the successful projects the Y-Teens
undertook. Then the Spring Formal was represented very well from Yolaso, a final
celebration for Yolaso Y-Teens.
Under the leadership of Miss Geneva Smith, the Yolaso Y-Teens have reached
many goals. Enjoying her guidance, we hope that she will continue to help future
Carol D'Amico was elected Miss Y-Teen for the city at the city-wide Y-Teen
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Yolaso Y-Teens Officers
Seated: Terry Castor, secretary, Carol D'Amico, presidentp.Carolyn
Smith, vice-president, Miss Geneva Smith, advisor, standing: Pot
Freeman, recording secretary, JoAnn lotarski, treasurer.
Row one: M. Faletti, J. Thompson, N. Naples, B. Carl, C. Mochingo, D. Roebuck, R. Farraro, J. Domonic, P
Burge, H. Seres, row two: C. Latessa, V. latessa, D. David, J. Ameduri, C. Gentile, J. Corcoran, K. Burley,
D. Osso, M. McCuteheon, C. Paranxine, K. Tully, row three: C. Conway, J. Marsh, B. Thomas, B. Gregory,
E. Mauzy, A. Wendland, J. Dennis, J. Swan, N. Monroe, A. limberg, A. Leonard, D. Heffronp row four: J
Fiseus, R. Fowler, P. Lyden, J. Birkoltz, S. Williams, B. Dann, T. Dischmen, A. Brown, M. Watson, I.. Douglas
V. Wooten, J. Hill, J. McCreary, N. Thomas.
Two who went to New York: Beverly Franklin, Jackie Fossesca
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"Love's heralds should be thoughts,
Which ten times faster glide than the sun's beams." IRomeo and Julietl
Gimpers Y-Teens Officers
Sitting: Janice Poghen, vice-president, Patty Roberts, president,
Mary Ann Stanley, secretary, Mrs. Barbara Kuhlins, advisory Jackie
Fossesca, Inter Club Council Rep., Joanne Noday, meditations, Linda
Row one: V. Peoples, J. Belt, J. Dickens, M. Butler, G. Nocera,
L. limberg, M. Waddell, D. Castor, N. Campana, K. Anderson, J
Bell, R. Morgan: row two: B. McBride, I.. Domanic, A. Fanfer, B.
Rugh, W. Pritchard, K. Lysikowski, Y. Vinion, K. Monroe, B
Roads, R. McKinney, S. Stewart, J. Womack, R. Gore, J. Talbott,
M. Ferguson, row three: T. Banasik, A. Jackson, C. Wilson, B
Zeigler, C. Williams, E. Singletary, F. Combis, G. Bushong, C
Bibbee, C. Eddintton, R. Mathiesen, E. Koneski, P. Deak, W. Blank
row four: R. Carter, P. Kimbrough, B. Miles, D. Terlesky, C. Kizarl
R. Hope, J. Burke, K, Wright, K. Burns, P. Coward, K. Wendland,
l. Flicklin, E. Roberts, C. Anderson, A. Ross, L. Coney, G. Fletcher.
Boosting the morale of the football team, Gimpers Y-Teens sold orange and black
shakers to the team rooters. Under the direction of Mrs. Kuhlins, they purchased and
decorated a Christmas tree for the main corridor to add to the Yule spirit of the school.
Although the city Touchdown Tocldle was postponed because of inclement weather,
it was well attended by Gimpers at a later date. Also, they supported the Annual
Their officers include Patty Roberts, president, Janice Poghen, vice-president,
Marianne Stanley, secretary, Linda Lukanec, treasurer. f
Although only four years old, Gimpers takes the lead in many Y-Teen activities,
utilizing the energies of freshmen and sophomores.
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"For Brutus was an honorable man,
So are they all, all honorable men." lCaesarl
Picture One: row one: M. Milliron, J. Huestis, J. Robinson, Mr. Robert Hassey, M. Tessler, R. Schmutzi, row
two: B. Summers, T. Huestis, J. Waddell, L. Ashmore, row three, G. Ballantine, P. Carlson, N. Lockshln, A.
Papagan, D. Williams, J. Ferenchak, J. C. Argetsinger.
Picture two: row one: J. Huestis, R. Milliron, J. Robinson, M. Tessler, B. Summers, row two: P. Stetts, J.
Ferenchak, M.. Copollo, A. Papugan, J. C. Argetsinger, C. Elford, row three: P. Patrone, T. Huestis, J. Stras-
berg, R. Geri, P. Carlson, R. Daniels, row four: J. Towne, R. Schmutz, D. Williams, J. Waddell, G. Ballentine.
Hi-Y is a selected group of thirty boys, which are elected from the student body.
The purpose is "To create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and
community, high standards of Christian character."
Officers are Joseph Robinson, president, Malcom Milliron, vice-president, Mark
Tessler, secretary, John Huestis, treasurer, Bert Summers, sergeant at arms. Mr. Robert
D. Hassey is their advisor.
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"Cowurds die many iimes before iheir deafh,
The valiant never fasfe of deaih buf once." ICaesar2
Row one: F. Watson, J. Mulholland, R. Thomas, E. Shank, C. Burge,
E. Proyor, T. Jones, H. Cashbough, M. Oslingp row two: D. little,
D. Frehman, Mr. Jessy Maiesiic, B. McBride, B. Reed, M. Thomp-
son, D. Brown, M. Mass, M. Milliron, J. Waddell, row three: F.
Alidoerffer, E. Wroblewski, W. Kerr, R. Conway, G. Goriani, J
Mass, J. Salelro, R. Ruggierio, R. Deramo, F. Burge, C. Ivey.
Rifle Club Officers
Slonding: M. Milliron, secrelary-lreasurer, Dave Fromon, range
officer, Fred Alldoerffer, range officer, kneeling: Donell Lime,
range officer, John Waddell, president.
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Activities Rehearse Acts of Life
"Welcome shall they be, and all the honors that can fly from us, shall on
them settle. You know your places well, when each his activity cloth
fulfill." lApologies to AIl's Welll
Girls' Octet Climbs High
Kneeling: Jean love, Sue Loebawp standing: Elise Linder, Anita
Thornton, Judy Schwartz, Deana Schlosser, Marilyn Broidap on
ladder: Virginia Benson, Joan Rousseau, Barbara Lipton, Barbara
Freed, Lonore Jones, Nancy Hutt.
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"The reasons of our school I cannot yield, but like a common and outward Man,
that the great figure of a council frames by self-unable motion, Therefore dare not
soy what I think of it, since I have found myself In my uncertain grounds to fail as
often as I guess'd. fAll's Welll
Home Room Council
Row one: P. Stetts, B. Perkins, J. Robinson, E. Currozino, N. Riddle,
J. Fayep row two: W. Kennedy, R. Schmutz, C. Lotessa, J. Epp-
stein, N. Naples, K. Anderson, N. Wolsonovichg row three: C.
Wilson, M. Mirto, C. Theodore, J. Burke, Row four: L. McCollum,
B. Randell, H. Brandt, M. Ferguson, T. Helt, S. Label, J. Davies,
J. Saletra, P. Patrono, L. Flint.
Continuing their annual service to the school, the
Home Room Council sponsored Open House for
parents and friends during National Education
Week and a tea honoring senior Honor Roll mem-
bers in April.
Among the successful projects undertaken by
the council to raise money were the Fifth Annual
Variety Show supervised by Mr. Robert Hassey and
the Annual Sales Tax Drive.
With the proceeds from these endeavors, the
council purchased a tape-recorder and furnishings
for a new student conference room.
The council also actively participated in the
Family Life Institute at the YWCA and the Dress
Right Campaign under the direction of Miss Marie
Home Room Council Officers
Standing: Miss Moria Kryzan, Dave Dyer, treasurer, sitting: Paul
Carlson, vice-president, Dan Thomas, presidontg Jackie Fossosca,
"Appear before us? We'll yet enlarge that man." IHenry V1 A
Row one: A. Wine, M. Kaufman, R. Conway, J. Levy, row two: B. Shantz, H. Gelfand, D. Mcgarry, J. Vitale,
J. Miles, J. Waddell, row three: D. Reid, J. Ralston, J. Monaco, T. Mogul, standing: J. Kleln, J. Duel, W.
Watson, R. Roth. H. lfirker, no picture: J. Patrick, T. Campbell. G. Miles, R. Sfara.
"Doing the execution and the act." fHenry V1
Engineers and Custodians
Row one: R. Zenko, G. Miles, R. Conway, R. Marciano, row two: Raymond Krepps, stationary engineer, R
Sfera, A. Andrews, J. Gibson, building engineer, row three: Chuck Houck, asst. bldg. engineer, J. Miles.
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"Pray, now, your news? You have made a fair work
I fear me:-Pray, your news?" fLove's Labor Losti
The Rayen Record
Row one: S. Zoss, A. Wine, G. Davidson, J. Eppstein, N. Solomon
S. Richstone, K. White, J. Burke, L. Jones, row two: M. Gurss,
J. Schlossberg, B. Logan, N. Kohan, B. Shifman, R. Merkin, B
Santerg row three: T. Turner, B. Lipton, S. Sacks, R. Renner, C
Heames, J. Krauss, R. Berkowitz, J. Goldstein, K. Norris, J. Deimal
S. Ress, row four: W. Hollander, L. Silverman, F. Lubonovic, B
Italiano, J. Ocker, C. D'Amico, J. Strasberg, B. Summers, B
Weilly, J. Ambrosia, row five: H. Stadlebauer T. Kennedy M
Kaufman, N. Hutt, S. label, G. Gourley, B. Shagiin, B. Manchester,
R. Millstone, S. Kaufman, 5. Rath. Not in picture: J. MeCreary, B
Franklin, D. Schlosser.
The Rayen Record has improved its appearance
and readability by changing from news-print to
book stock. Increase in printing costs made it neces-
sary for the staff to arrange various money-making
proiects, such as dances and bake sales.
Headed by Monica Guarnieri, editor-in-chief, the
staff published nine issues of the paper, staged the
Fifth Annual Monarch Ball in the cafeteria after the
Rayen-Boardman basketball game and a dance in
the fall after the South game.
Page editors Janie Burke, Stanley Rosko, Bert
Summers, Frances Lubonovic and Dave Dyer met
twice a month to proof-read and make-up copy.
Next year's Record will benefit from the return of
the iuniors who did this year's editing.
Left to right: David Dyer, Errol Adels, Miss Turowski, Monica
Guarnieri, Stanley Roska.
"O, that o man might know
The end of this day's business ere if come." fCaesarj
Home Room 315--Record Subscription Winners
Row one: B. Perkins, S. Ballet, I. Eppstein, P. Neimack, B. Henkin, L. Conti, B. Collins, D. Broido, J,
Mullholland, R. Fine, J. Klein, row two: T. Hahn, M. Keyes, P. Luskin, L. Luther, F. Combis, J.. Nescera,
W. Pritchard, P. Rugh, M. E. Butler, J. Baker, C. Blair, row three: J. Landau, B. Morrison, L. Lindsay, G.
Reiffinger. S. Lackey, S. Katz, S. Echart, N. Hart, S. Carnival, K. Roth, E. Ardmon, row four: I. Burge, P.
Boyle, S. Nudle, D. Bennett, R. Booth, L. Reese, P. Burcoltz, B. Michels, D. Rondell, C. Goldberg, R. Gomez, R.
McKee, H. Gelfond.
Home Room l04--Record Subscription Winners
Row one: C. Heames, L. Marks, B. Logan, J. Kranitz, J. Krauss, J. Goldstein, B. Glosberg, K. Helen, row two:
A, Kretzer, W. Hollander, R. Kuczyr, L. Limberg, L. Lucanac, R. Long, D. Green, K. Goodman, row three:
S. Label, H. Kirker, H. Jonke, B. Kohut, P. Henderson, P. Hume, F. Hutt, Mr. Harold Lansing.
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"Have more than thou showest,
Among the 26 newly initiated members of Quill
peak less than thou lcnowest. fKing Learl
Quill and Scroll
Row one: F. Lulaonovic, S. Rosko, J. Burke, M. Guarneri, D. Dyer,
M. Gurss, J. Schwartz, raw two: W. Nelson, S. Zoss, J. Phillips
B. Franklin, G. Davidson, J. Ambrosia, Mr. A. Lindsay, row three
Mr. J. Benninger, J. Davis, D. Kiger, B. Lipton, N. Hutt, M
Kaufman, D. Schlosser, Miss E. Sheenan, row four: Mr. L. Gilboy
J. McCreary, C. D'Amico, J. Bursack, G. Gourley, J. Strasbergl
row five: Mr. J. Russ, C. Elford, B. Summers, B. Manchester, B
Italiano, S. Kaufman, Mr. H. Johnson, Miss F. Turowski.
8. Scroll International Honorary Journalism Society
are twenty-one seniors and five juniors. Their quali-
fications for membership in Quill 84 Scroll came
through writing, reporting, drawing, advertising,
photography, selling or editing in any one or all
media of communications in a school.
The activities of the club are led by old members,
Monica Guarnieri, Deena Schlosser, Judy Schwartz
and James "Cooch" Ambrosia. Monica Guarnieri is
Faculty members of the local chapter include Mr.
John J. Benninger, Annual Art advisor, Miss Eugenia
Sheehan, Annual Editorial Board advisor, Mr. Harold
N. Johnson, Advertising advisor, Mr. John K. Russ
and Mr. Lawrence Gilboy, Annual Sales advisor,
Miss Florence Turowski, Publications director and
Mr. Andrew M. Lindsay, principal.
MR. JOHN J. BENNINGER
Creator of Rayen Mural
"Unfil fhe heavens envying earfh's good hop
Add on immorfal fifle to your crown." fKing Richard IU
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A1 left: John Huestis, kingp Marlene Fossescu, queen
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"There is a fide in fhe affairs of men
Which taken af the flood leads on to fortune." fCaesar1
Home Room Reporters
Row one: l. Douglas, C. Friedkin, S. Sacks, B. Logan, C. Heames, H. Seres, J. Schwartz, C. Theodore, K
White, S. Richstonep row two: B. Perkins, J. Seiple, J. Jones, R. Berkowitz, R. Renner, J. Rousseau, R. Fowler
B. Franklin, row three: D. Yarmy, B. Morrison, C. D'Amico, B. Italiano, J. Strasberg, G. Gourley, J. Deimal
M. 0'Neill, J. lpp, M. Levickg row four: B. Summers, T. Kennedy, R, Solyn, P. Patrone. Not in picture: M
Hunter, J. Dickins, E. Pritchard, R. Zagotti, N. Hutt.
Row one: S. Sandler, F. Lubonovic, G. Mills, B. Carney, K. Birch, M. Gurss, G. Gourley, raw two: J. Ocker,
J. Hubbard, H. Bassin, J. Papagana, K. White, J. Genirop row three: P. Lyden, S. Socks, J. Krauss, l.
Milliron, S. Fleisher, C. Murphy, J. Viscusp row four: Mr. John Russ, R. Carlson, J. Cooper, Mr. Lawrence Gilboy.
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"Be not too tame neither, but let your own discretion be your tutor,
suit the action to the worcl, the word to the action." fHamlet2
Annual Board with Typists and Art Groups
Row one: C. Elford, M. Gurss, F. Lubonovic, S. Rosko, N. Hutt, J. Schwartz, D. Dyerp row two: W. Nelson,
J. Davis, S. Zoss, D. Kiger, G. Gourley, D. Schlosser, B. Lipton, J. Burke, M. Guarniori, row three: J. Phillips,
P. Patrone, B. Summers, J. Bursack, J. McCreary, S. Roth, B. Franklin, B. Italiana, row four: Miss F. Turowski,
Mr. J. Russ, Mr. J. Benninger, Mr. H. Johnson, Mr. L. Gilboy, Miss E. Sheehan.
Annual Advertising Board "To pay ourselves what to ourselves is debt.'
Row one: D. Brown, G. Davidson, M. Gurss, N. Hutt, G. Gourleyp row two: G. Hicks, B. Italiano, L. O'Neil,
C. Paranzine, C. D'Amico, K. Birch, row three: M. Kaufman, J. Ambrosia, B. Shagrin, D. Thomas, row four: B.
Manchester, S. Rosko, J. Strasberg, B. Weily, Mr. Harold Johnson.
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The Truth is, I am only old in judgment and understanding." IKing Henry IV1
Row one: R. Yarow, A. M. lucaric, S. Sherman, N. Ipp, R. Gorip row two: S. Stewart, R. long, C. Blair,
Miss Marion Maguire, librarian.
The Library Council is a service organization made up of girls who spend one
period a day assisting the librarian.
The quiet-mannered "girl at the desk" does much more than take care of
library permits, stamp due dates, and hand out books that are kept in reserve. When
not busy with these duties, she is engaged in a great many other activities important
to the welfare of the library. Among them are returning books to the shelves, keeping
shelves in order, checking the condition of books, and helping to keep library records.
ln addition to these services, Council members this year have helped to prepare
for circulation more than two hundred new books and about one hundred and fifty
books returned from the birldery.
Besides the members of the Council listed with the picture, the library is indebted
to Beth Shifman for her help during the second semester.
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"Music do I hear?
Ha! Ha! keep time: - How sour sweet music is
When fime is broke, and no proporfion kepf!
So is if in the music of men's lives." IKing Richard Vi
First Period Chorus
Row one: B. Santer, A. Leonard, L. Marks, K. Welker, S. Richstone, B. Glassberg, N. Solomon, D. Bassin, D.
Pamfllle, K. Anderson, J. Fossesca, M. McCarran, J. Solomon, row two: B. Carney, R. Carter, J. Womack, J.
Lomax, P. Davis, P. Barnes, S. English, A. Fanter, K. Wendland, A. Wendland, M. Waddell, 5. Billet, K.
Hellen, J. Schlosberg, row three: L. Reese, G. Dinino, C. Wilson, J. Dickins, B. McCreary, K. Burns, N. Cald-
well, R. Adler, C. McRae, l. Norris, C. Anderson, A. Raules, M. Ferguson, M. Thornton, C. Mucci, row four:
J. Mulholland, R. Mnllstone, D. Prather, J. Henderson, G. King, D. Green, I. Palmer, C. Stewart, B. Dann, R.
Flower, Norris, R. Morgan, V. Peeples, L. Ficklin, L. Berkowitz, M. Milliron, row five: J. Levy, N.
Wolsonovnch, R. Carlson, B. Reid, J. Ralston, C. White, D. Davis, K. Runyon, R. Deiter, J. Humphries, S.
Jones, D. Fitzgerald, P. Boyle.
Sixth Period Chorus
Row one: G. Necera, B. Rugh, K. Monroe, L. Spilla, A. Leighty, S. Reid, B. McBride, M. Butler, J. Noday, M.
Stanley, N. Campana, L. Bolton, B. Wilkie, B. Rhodes, B. Rogers, row two: N. Hankey, J. Goldstein, K.
Lyslkowski, D. Terlesky, J. Seiple, S. Katz, S. Lackey, W. Prichard, A. Seminara, S. Echnrt, .P. Rauch, J.
Baker, L. Monaco, T. Harris, J. Talbott, row three: G. Baglieri, B. Morrison, C. Murphy, B. Logan, S.
Heard, E..Carozzino, J. Chufo, S. Stout, P. Henderson, B. Mullane, L. Berndt, M. Lindert, I. Hernandez, A.
Roth, I. Hrckson, R. Gore, row four: R. Riley, C. Blair, H. Brandt, J. Porter, B. Perkins, M. Hunter, E. Roberts,
R. Hope, M. lHunter, R. Flemming, R. Coleman, B. Gregory, R. McKinney, C. Williams, J. Belt, C. Bryant, G.
Lewis, row flve:'J. Berkholtz, L. Beeman, R.'Magalotti, R. Banks, D. Randell, A. Hudock, J. Haus, L. Vitulla,
G. McNeal, A. Linder, I. Petlfore, R. Atkinson, B. Jones, J. Harris, H. Jones.
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Mr. Waldemar Nischwitz on the thirtieth anniversary of his direction of A Cappella choir
Among-other accomplishments of the present A Cappella choir
may be mentioned
the Winter Concert when silhouettes were used for the first time. "Carol of the Drums
proved to be the favorite song with the audience both nights.
Row one: B. Freed, F. Lubonovic, D. Harris, M. Little, S. Shobar: row two: L. Marks, S.
J. Dennis, D. Pallay, D. Phillips: row three: M. Fossessca, J. Lotarski, L. Tarantino, J.
row four: L. Jobe, N. Frantz, P. Faber, T. Dycman, M. O'Neill, G. King: row five: N.
E. Rogovin, M. Bender, H. Stollner, S. Leebaw, C. Theodore, P. Hume, D. Brown,
row six: L. Jones, J. Burke, M. Broida, E. Duff, D. Kiger, T. Wishnev, N. Barber, B.
A. Thornton- row seven R. Dieter T Bucheit G. Gourle J Deimel N. Riddle J Vieth,
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M. McCutcheon: row eight: J. Nliles, J. Huestis, P. Wdllison, B. Randall, S. Fleischer,
J. McCreary, K. Norris, M. Pesa: row nine: J. Mulholland, T. Kennedy, R. Harvey,
L. Flint, C. Allen, W. Kennedy, R. Williams, P. Patrone, F. Charlton: row ten: B.
D. Little, N. Chase, N. Domonic, D. Williams, I. Tamarkin, A. Papagan, J. Ferenchak,
Waldemar Nischwitx at lower right without hood.
Goodstein, W. Cohen,
Rousseau, M. Hunter:
Gourley, T. McKelvey,
E. Linder, D. Norris:
Perkins, G. Banasik,
D. Passan, S. Tracey,
B. Landolt, S. Ress,
B. Seber, N. Brandt,
Hauser, J. Waddell,
C. Elford, B. Hauser.
Row one: S. Nelson, J. Fossessca, K. Pevow, S. Sandlers, C. Smith, A. Coombs, M. Greenberger, K. Birch, J
Solomon: row two: K. Anderson, V. Benson, G. Davidson, C. Paranzine, M. Guarnieri, J.
Hogg, N. Hutt, G. Mills
C. Krauss, J. Fay, D. Probert: row three: C. D'Ami:o, D. Schlosser, J. Schwartz, B. Lipton, J. Love, D. Osso, C
Jones, F. Hutt, C. Heames, D. Orze, row four: G. Williams, M. Watson, P. Haines, M.
Friedman, P. Coward, S. Klein, M. Wolsonovichg row five: R. White, M. Broennle, B.
Jones, T. Payne, B. Reed, B. Dahler, T, Huestis, J. Strasberg, B. Shagrin.
Dickens, L. McCullum, E
DeAngelo, T. Marino, S
"Then music is
Even as the flourish when frue subjecfs bow
To a new-crowned monarch." fMerchanf of Venicel
Top Io bottom: Cary Elford, Tom Huesiis, Mark
Tessler, Dave Williams, Bill Hauser, leader, Levester
McCollum, .lim Manchesier, Alex Pupagan, John
Huestis, John Wolsonovich.
"Music: awake her! Strike!" IWinters' Talej
From top clockwiseailise Linder, Lenore Jones, Bar-
bara Freed, Susan Leebaw, Joan Rousseau, Virginia
Benson, Marilyn Broida, accompanist, Nancy Hutt,
Judy Schwartz, Jean love, Deena Schlosser, Anita
Thorntong in center: Barbara Lipton, leader.
the trumpet sound
The tucket sonance and the note to mount." fKing Henry V1
6 Forms Ana
Performing with ease and perfection on the field, the Rayen Marching Band,
under the leadership of their new director, Mr. Lewis L. Anderson, has successfully
climaxed another year. It was ascertained that there was no competition for them in
any of their performances.
The Marching Band, consisting of sixty-five members, also participated in various
civic affairs. Those melodious tunes that were echoed through the halls prior to the
Christmas vacation came from the Symphonic Band.
Their performance for assembly programs at Hayes and Rayen and at the
annual Spring Concert was superb., ,
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"Filling the air with bafons advanced, 'nd darts,
'We prove this very hour." fCariolanus1
Rowlonez L.. Hunt, R. MacElhaney, M. Bender, T. Mogul, B. Goldman, B. Ladig, J. Robinson, C. Burgo, L.
Conti, A. Wine, J. Hogan, M. Giber, B. Freed, M. Milliron, B. Safier, W. Leebaw, P. Smith, K. Roth, R.
Retflnger, M. Thornton, T. Halt, E. Ardman, B. Jones, H. Nudel, K. Goodman, O. Drabkin.
Row two: J. Carroll, R. Berkowitz, L. Reese, R. Jones, A. Papagan, M. Duvall, M. Henderson, J. Ferenchok,
P. Burge, J. Landau, N. Riddle.
Row three: B. Kosta, J. Vieth, A. Thornton, L. Ashmore, P. Hume, D. Noll, J. Silber, H. Lewendorf, G. Gory-
sneg, Hayes, R. Burge, A. Linder, Y. Ottenberg, J. Thellman, F. Burge, R. Henkin, J. Thellman, A. Wine,
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Judy Hubbard, Susan Stout, Judy Ockert, Jackie Fossesca, Missy McCutcheon, JoAnn Davis
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"lf music be the food of love, play on." fTwelfth Nightj
Row one: A. Papagan, A. Thornton, N. Thellman, J. Ferenchak, row two: P. Hume, J. Dellaria, J. Rook, A
Wine, K. Goodman, D. Passan, row three: Mr. Anderson, A. Wine, P. Burge, R. Burge, D. Phillips, M
Milliron, M, Giber, B. Freed, J. Robinson, row four: J. Thellman, C. Hunt, R. MacEIhaney, L. Ashmore, J
Veith, D. Noll, J. Hogan, W. leebaw.
Concentrating on symphonic as well as light material, the orchestra showed
growth and improvement. In the lighter vein, such pieces as "Laura" and "Temptation"
have predominated while HandeI's "Song of Jupiter" has excelled in the heavier one.
Their performance highlighted the spring Thespian play. As their final program
of the year, they performed at graduation exercises. Although the orchestra is losing
such fine members as Anita Thornton, Alex Papagan, Joe Ferenchak, Josephine
Robinson and Arlene Wine, they hope next year will be iust as successful.
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"Belfer leave undone than by our deed acquire
Too high a fame."
Classroom Activities Advance Stage Skills and Trades
Mr. R. Gillespie checks experiment
f Galen Gourley, John Waddell.
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Back of Qablez M. Linder, E. Kosku, Mr. .Iohn K. Russ, D. Lillie, C. Kaizer, K. Heller, J. Krause, J. Kranilz
W. Hallander. Back of room: J. Pogan, E. Benneft.
Solid Geometry Class
Bob Berkowitz, Nancy HUM, Cleofhus Duncan, M. Tessler, B. Randall, M. Greenberger, M. Broennle.
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"Women are not in their best fortune strong."
FITTING A DRESS IN SEWING CLASS
Sitting: Miss Lurile D. Hawkins, Lana Limberg, Delores Osso, Pat Coward, Ethel Roberts, Cecilia Williams.
Left-back to front: M
Fossesca, .I. Ingram, D.
Heffron, D. Stafford, N.
Thomas, right: J. Papugnu
J. Humphries, M. Learh.
TIME FCR LUNCH
Planning the Stage Setting of Life
Turning a Lathe
Row one: J. Vitole, D. Parks, A. Andrews, T. Engleoff, Mr. Robert l. Soposhe, .l. Rolston, R. Conwoy, l'l
Coshbaugh, C. Rogenski, M. Olsey.
Mechanical Drawing Class
Sitting at table in rear: Mr. Harold N. Johnson, row one: J. Corroll, R. Colemon, lorry Flint, row two: .l.
,Poyne, F. Birkoltzg reor: C. Villio, S. Ruberto.
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Art Class Works on Posters
Table one: B. Dieierp fable two: B. Whiiazre, R. Tilleryp fable three: L. Spilla, W. Smith, A. Rigeili, W.
Revere, fable four: K. Monroe, W. Maguloni, M. MacDonald, R. Karstip table five: Green, .M. Cragel, R.
Cashwell, F. Burge, R. Boolh, lable' six: D. Bennell, A. Baxier, A. Bankston, F. Balllsh, standing: Mr. John
Rear left: J. Rosenberg, standing: Miss E. Sheehan, middle row: 0. Anderson, N
Barber, M. Baker, D. Orze, M. Parent, right row: N. M. Holmes, G. Barr, R
Chufo, J. Palcewski.
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"And now, you stars, fhof move in your righi spheres,
Where be your powers. fKing Richard Ill
Acts of Sport
Row one: Monica Guurnieri, Barbara Lipton, Frances
Lubonovicg row two: Greta Davidson, Sue Sundlerg
row three: Karen Pevow.
"Even so, great men great losses should endure." ICaesar1
Varsity Football Squad
Row one: l.. Pruitt, C. Cousin, J. Robinson, E. Martin, P. Ungaro, row two: R. Daniels, R. Ward, S.
Roberta, A. Womack, R. Michalian, R. Burgess: row three: A. Hudock, A. Vechiarelli, J. Buddin, R. Reynolds,
C. Pegues, R. Safara, row four: B. Summers, W. Kohut, J. Bertillacci, M. Cappolla, R. Gori: raw five: J.
Del Guidice, R. Johnson, J. Green, J. H. Martin, row six: Managers: J. McKee, R. Dyer, J. Villio.
The 1959 Rayen Tigers football team came up with an average season, led by
senior lettermen, Lonzel Pruitt, Dom Vechiarelli, Joe Robinson, Frank Horvath, Pat
Ungaro, Joe Saunders, Melvin Bledsoe and Casey Cousins.
This hardworking squad was ably coached by Head Coach Robbinette, Joe Horn,
Ted Theodosott and newcomer Robert Sapashe .
Posting wins over Chaney and North in City Series competition, the Tigers de-
feated East Liverpool and Mooney in out-of-league play. They tied their traditional
rivals, South High and the rugged Struthers unit.
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Row one: M. Bledsoe, B. Jamison, J. Saunders, R. Miller, F. Horvafh, D. Venhlarellr row two L Booker C
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Zenko, J. Conti, 0. Anderson, row four: H. Janke, J. Haus, C. Sammerone R Vesmas M Mrlllron A
Randall, row five: R. Cohen, R, Hayes, R. Burgess, row six: W. Bolito, C Ashmore A Rlghettl
The team finished the season with a 4-3-2 record. Halfback Frank Horvath received
the All-City nomination and the Smokey Hollow Award for the Athlete of the Year
Senior Football Players
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SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Row one: Melvin Bledsoe, Joe Saunders, Frank Horvuih
Co-captain, Pat Ungarog row two: Lonzel Pruitt, Co-
capiain, Dom Vechiarelli, Co-captain, Joe Robinson
Co-caplainp row three: Earvin Martin, Casey Cousin.
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"You have done our pleasure much grace fair ladies
Sei a fashion in our entertainment." ITimon1
Upper: lonxel Pruitt crowns Jo Ann McCreary, queen of Homecoming.
lower: Football players meet court: Richard Michaelian, Anna Marie
Bertilacci, Bert Summers, Anita Thornton, Pam,Santer, Lonzel Pruitt,
Jo Ann McCreary, Joe Robinson, Halley Frank, Lucille Patterson, Mike
Cappella, Carol Carroxzino.
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"A holy parcel of the fairest
T. Huesfis, A. Thornton, A. Buriok, A. M. Benilacci, C.
Jones, JoAnn M:Creary, P. Carlson, C. Currozzino,
Bell, L. Pnnerson, P. Sanier, H, Frank.
Right: Cor! Jonas escorts Jo Ann Mc-
Creury, Homecoming Queen.
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'Their bloody sign of baffle is hung ouf."
Hard Play on the Grid Iron
DOM VECHIARELLI fholds bnllj
PAT UNGARO fdashes for firsf downj
"That Nafure might sfand up and say fo all the world
These were men." fCaesar2
Robert Sapashe, Head Coach Ralph Robinene, Theodore Theodosoff,
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Upper: Scene from Boardman game.
Below: During a Rayen she! for Ohe bucket
"Be swift like lightning in the execution
And let thy shots doubly redoubled
Fall like amazing thunder in the net!" lKing Richard Ill
Varsity Basketball Squad
Row one: B. Dyer, manager, G. Dunlow, J. Kroyovich, P. Carlson, M. Coppola, C. Allen, row two: J. Robinson,
J. Wolsonovich, C. Cousin, Mr. Charles Joachim, coach, L. Pruitt, C. Jones.
The Rayen School Varsity Basketball team has completed the T959 season,
tying for second place laurels in City Series play and advancing three games in the
The team was led by the seven lettermen: Lonzel Pruitt, John Wolsonovich, Casey
Cousin, Joe Robinson, Carl Jones, George Donlow and Paul Carlson. Through their
efforts, along with those of coach "Pappy" Joachim, the team piled up a l5-5 record
for the season.
The Tigers, after winning two games in the district tournament at South, were
edged out by Chaney by a scant three points.
The team posted wins over North, South, East, Ursuline and Mooney in City
Series play while dropping tilts to Wilson and Chaney. They also defeated such
non-league teams as Struthers, Niles and East Palestine.
Some scores were:
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"lt is as hard lo come, as for a camel
To ihread fhe posfern of a needle's eye." fKing Richard Ill
Row one: B. Dyer, R. Bell, R. Reynolds, J. Kroynovicll, Mr. T. Theodasof, M. Coppola, J. Buddin, R. Schmutz
F. Alidoerffer, C. Sammarone, C. Allen.
Adding Zest to Games
B. Lipion, G. Davidson, M. Guarnieri, S. Sandler, K. Pevow, F. Lubonovic.
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Top row: Lonzel Pruitt, Curl Jones, Paul
Carlsonp bohom row: John Wolsonovich,
Casey Cousin, Joe Robinson.
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"Theirs is like the spirit of May."
Sitting: S. Stewart, J. Seiplep standing: M. A. Stanley,
N. Riddle, S. Nelson.
ln front: J. Ocker, J. Davis, S. Stout, J. Fossessca, J.
Hubbard, M. McCut:hean.
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"I go, I go, look how I go, swiffer than an arrow from Torian's bow."
fMiclsummer's Nighf's Dreaml
1958 Track Team
Row one: L. Pruitt, P. Terlesky, R. Sfara, l. Shobar, P. Anania, F. Horvath, F. Tobscott, J. Robinson, R
Eutsey, F. Leggett, B. Bretz, row two: J. Martin, R. Ward, C. Cousin, S. Jones, W. Kennedy, D. Henderson, J
James, A. Ruggierio, J. Towne, J. Bertilarci, A. Zenko, M. Bledsoe.
1959 Track Team
Row one: H. Kirker, H. Janke, A. Zenko, T. Vechiarelli, R. Sfara, B. Jones, Asst. Coach, Mr. Joseph Horn,
row two: F. Thomas R. Cashweli, R. Michaelian, R. Ward, T. Womack, A. Booker, B. Kohut, row three: R.
Beal, R. Atkinson, J. Dewell, R. Vesmas, J. Towne, E. Martin, E. Jamison, row four: A. Huddock, H. Thistle-
waite, E. Voliak, M. Milliron, I.. Krause, S. Roberto, J. Buddin, J. Haus, J. Gelfand, B. Jones, E. Bagalotti,
D, Cohen, J. Klein, C. Sammarane, l. Krauss.
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"The court's a learning place . . . and this is one."
Row one: L. Abramovitx, R. Solynp row two: M. Tessler, P. Statts, H. Stadlebauer.
Last year the Rayen Tennis Team shone brilliantly, as in previous years, with
Mr. Robert Klinko as coach.
Rayen again captured the Mahoning Valley Tennis Association crown, by having
an undefeated season-defeating every team they played.
David Bloomberger and Kenneth Pickering were the delegates to the District
Doubles Playoff in Columbus. Helping to boost the team's action were Bloomberger,
Pickering, Dick Jones, Paul Heinzelman, Mark Tessler, Leslie Abramovitz and Harry
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"Rouse up thy youthful blood,
Be valiant, and play!" lKing Richard Ill
N. Solomon, D. Lucarell, Mr. Joachim, T. Terlesky, D. Norris.
With four lettermen returning to the 1959 golf team, a victorious season looms
ahead for Rayen. These veterans are Normon Solomon, Dan Norris, Tom Terlesky,
and Don Lucarell.
The Rayen Golf Team of 1958, coached by Mr. Charles Joachim, had a fairly
impressive year. The team won 12 out of 14 matches during the year, and came in
second to Ursuline in the City Series. The highlight of the season was their victory
over 20 schools in the Yankee Run Tournament with a score of 320. '
At the N.E.O. Tournament at Kent, Rayen was in a three-way tie for second
place with Ursuline and Kent, with a score of 299. In the Sudden-Death play off,
Rayen lost their chances of playing in the finals at Columbus.
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"Why, mon, seniors bestricle the narrow world Like a Colossus, and we
petty men walk under their Huge legs, and peep about to find ourselves
dishonorable Graves." lApologies to Coesorl .
Freshmen Perform Act I
Girls' Gym Monitors
' Row one: E. Duff, P. Henkin, R. Berkowitzp row two: M. Keyes
C. Paranzine, M. Guarnieri, B. Glasberg.
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Home Room 315
Row one: B. Agnone, E. Ardman, J. Baker,
D. Bennett, F. Berkholtz, R. Berkowitz, S.
Billet, row two: C. Blair, R. Booth, P. Boyle
H. Brandt, D. Broida, C. Burge, R. Burge
row three: C. Burnett, M. Buther, J. Butinski
V. Butinski, F. Campbell, R. Carlson, S. Car
nival, row four: D. Castor, L. Cater, D. Cohn
R. Coleman, B. Collins, F. Combis, G. Conn
row five: L. Conti, L. Pallota, D. Danka, Jo
Davis, row six: Jo Ann Davis, J. Dravec,
S. Eckhart, C. Edclington.
The first day of school and there we were, the boys and girls of the class of
1962. Some tall, some short, some thin, and some not so thin-all sizes. We had "Butch"
cuts, long bobs, short bobs, sloppy loafers, and the inevitable bobby socks and each
of us a heart full of excitement at becoming a part of The Rayen School!
The Freshmen class proved its ability in Music when several were chosen for
A Cappella, namely, Virginia Porter, Nicky Wolsonovich and John Mulholland. Besides,
Bill Weber achieved the unusual honor of being accepted into Boy's Octet.
Those who have taken up theixquestion, "Should the U.S. adopt the essential
feature of the British System of Education" find the Debate Club exciting. Constantly
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Home Room 315
Row one: J. Engloff, E. Eppstein, R. Fine, S.
Friedberg, H. Gelfand, C. Goldberg, R.
Gomez, row two: S. Green, T. Hann, N.
Hart, R. Hayes, T. Helt, B. Henkin, T. How-
els, row three: W. Hulluck, C. Hunt, N. lpp,
C. Jones, F. Jones, P. Jones, S. Katz, row
four: B. Kelly, K. Kent, M. Keyes, J. Klein,
Jimmy Klein, S. Lackey, J. Landau, row tive:
P. Lclskin, A. Leighty, J. Levy, A. Linder,
row six: L. Lindsay, K. Leskowsky, L. Luther,
heading for higher goals in the club are Leslie Reese, David Randell, Michelle Keyes,
Roger Berkowitz, Charles "Chuck" Goldberg and Peter Boyle.
Those making the cheerleading squad are Judy Seiple and Barbara "Babs"
Perkins. Among the maiorettes are Phyllis "Cookie" Greco, Susie Stout and JoAnn
In the marching band you see Bob Henkin, Pat Smith, and Marnie Thornton.
These, then, were the "small fry"-the freshmen who somehow didn't feel quite
so lowly as their upper classmates sometimes made them out to be. We were determined
to take our place in the activities and life of Rayen School at once. At the close of
our first year at Rayen, we can point with pride to the zeal of our classmates.
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Home Room 315
Row one: B. McBride, G. Mc
Bride, M. McCullough, B. Mc
Kee, G. McNeal, B. Michaels
C. Mitchell, row two: R. Mock
K. Monroe, B. Morrison, S
Moser, J. Mulholland, C. Mur-
phy, P. Neimark, row three: G.Q Nocera, R. Novakowski S Nudel M Owen W
Pegeus, B. Perkins, A. Pettiford, row four: T. Pettiford J Phillips D Pilla R Riper
J. Porter, V. Porter, David Prather, row five: Donald Prather W Pritchard D Randell
P. Rauch, B. -Reed, L. Reese, G. Refinger, row six A Roth E Roth K Roth S Roth
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Home Room 314
Row one: L. Ruclibough, N. Rugh, B. Scfier,
J. Seiple, A. Seminara, R. Sfara, B. Shantz
row two: S. Sherman, B. Shively, E. Smith, L.
Spilla, G. Stevenson, T. Stewart, S. Stout
row three: R. Sweet, M. Thornton, B. Towne,
B. Turner, B. Uhran, M. Uhran, K. Untch, row
four: R. Weber, R. Smith, C. Welsh, B. White-
acre, row five: C. Williams, A. Wine, N.
Wolsonovich, R. Yarov.
Senior 'Inspiration to Freshmen
Leslie Abromovin, Alex Papagun, Nancy Hun, Dave Dyer.
Girl's Gym Class
GYM CLASS REHEARSES
THIRD PERIOD GYM CLASS
Square Dancing with bucks turned: B. Carney,
P. Wollison and J. Faye, in the square: M. L.
Milliron, P. Henderson, T. McKelvey, S. Sacks
and J. Burke.
Producing The Rayen Annual takes the co-operative effort of several teachers
and many pupils. Through the direction of Miss Florence Turowski, the work is chan-
nelled into several areas.
Advertising is supervised by Mr. Harold Johnson. His 1959 staff produced more
revenue in fewer pages than ever.
Subscriptions are directed by Mr. John K. Russ and Mr. Lawrence Gilboy. Art
is produced through the advanced classes of Mr. John J. Benninger.
Editing the annual copy is Miss Eugenia Sheehan and her typing staff after the
editorial board decides on the contents, theme and make-up. Then all work is co-
ordinated through the board and Miss Turowski into the final product, The Annual.
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"Men ai some fime are masfers of their fates,
The fault dear Seniors, is not in our siars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlingsf' fCaesarI
Sophomores Undertake Act II
Mr. Russ and His Violin
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row three: R. Burge, S. Butler, J.
Carroll, R. Carter, row four: H.
Cashbough, R. Conway, S. Cren-
shaw, E. Daff: row five: M. L. Delia,
B. Dyer, E. Edwards, P. Ferris, D.
Home Room 103
Row one: G. Adams, R
Adler, A. Anderson, D
Bassin, D. Baxter, row two
E. Bennett, M. Berkowitz
F. Black, W. Blank, H
row six: J. Focessca, E
Giber, A. Gillam: B
picture: D. Alkema, J
Birenbaum, R. Calvin, B
We need sympathy no more! Maybe we are betwixt and between, neither
sophisticated like the upper classmen nor greenhorns like the freshmen! We have
begun to pick up the confidence we lacked last year and we are gaining our
equilibrium. Many of our number have buoyantly started the ascent to success.
Voices worthy of A Cappella are owned by a host of our classmates, such as
Clyde Allen, Bob Hauser, Sylvia Shobar, Robert Reed, Sandra Nelson, Nancy Solomon,
Leslie Marks, Patricia Coward and Chris Heames. An even greater distinction is
conferred upon those of our number who have made Octet, those are Levester
McCullem and Jim Manchester. Among those in the band are Ronnie Sergi, Nancy
Thellman, Mark Bender and Peg Henderson.
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Friedman, M. Gefesky, M
Karenic, W. Porter. No
Home Room 104
Row one B Glasberg J
Goldstein, R. Hll, W. Hl
lander, row two: C. Good
man, C. Heames, J. Heckman
P. Hume, F. Hutt, H. Janke,
row three: K. Hellen, M. Hen
derson, H. Kirkir, R. Klivans,
row four: W. Kohut, S. Korn-
stein, W. Leebaw, L. Limberg
row five: J. Kranitz, J. Krauss,
A. Kretzer, B. Logan, R. Long
row six: R. Kucyr, S. Label, R
Mandel, L. Marks.
Dramatically inclined pupils will find no better models than this delegation to
the National Thespian Society, namely, Paul Stetts, Tina Bucheit, Pam Wollison, Wally
Hollander, Stanley Label, Wayne Leebaw and Pete Patrone.
N. F. L. members Diane Bassin, Dianne Phillips, Richard Solyn, Richard Klivans
and Alan Kretzer proved their power of logic and persuasion.
Judy Eppstein will be leading the teams on to victory with her cheerleading in
the fall. Two who have made maiorettes are Judy Hubbard and Jackie Fossesca.
Second period geometry class taught by Miss Mary Craver is an accelerated unit,
and some of its members are Derek Noll, Peggy Henderson, and Rich Klivans.
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Home Room 105
Row one: D. McGarry, L. McKelvey, J
McLendon, R. Middleman, B. Miles, M
Milliron, R. Millstone, row two: R. Mirkin
J. Mock, D. Moga, M. Mullane, S. Nelson
J. Noday, D. Noll, row three: K. Norris,
M. Olsey, C. Orlando, D. Pamtile, D
Passan, J. Patrick, P. Patrone, row four:
D. Phillips, J. Ralston, C. Rogenski, D
Reicl, row five: R. Renner, S. Richstone,
P. Roberts, J. Rook, row six: R. Roth
R. Runyon, B. Santer, J. Schlosberg.
Several future world journalists are Joyce Kranitz, Bev Logan, Beth Shifman,
Rene Berkowitz and Sally Sacks.
Those bringing athletic honors to Rayen are Pete Patrone, Bill Kohut, Tony
Vechiarelli, Anthony Hudock, Joe Haus, Bob Dyer, Oliver Anderson, Harry Janke, Joe
Vitale, Paul Stetts, Clyde Allen, Robert Beal and Richard Atkinson.
With such accomplishments and talents, this class sees clear flying ahead through
two years even more memorable and more worth while than those already completed.
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Home Room 107
Row one: T. Bucheit, P. Cowarcl, C. Ellis
C. Friedkin, C. Greenwood, S. Heard
row two: R. Karsti, S. McQueen, D. Miller
J. Pogan, S. Sacks, R. Sergi, row three
J. Thellman, B. Shiffman, S. Shobar
row four: M. Smith, P. Stetts, D. Traxler
row tive: A. Vechiarelli, B. Vinion, Y
Vinionp row six: J. Vitale, M. Waddell
L. Walker, T. Weiss, K. Welker, K. Wend-
land. No fpicture: R. Reed, G. Scott
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Home Room 109
Row one: C. Allen, C. Anderson, K. Anderson,
O. Anderson, R. Atkinson, E. Bailey, J. Baldwin,
row two: F. Ballish, R. Banks, D. Barnard,
A. Baxter Jr., R. Beal, L. Beeman, J. Bell, row
three: J. Belt, M. Bender, E. Benson, row four:
S. Bibbee, M. Borders, W. Brandon, row five:
P. Britton, H. Brock, E. Brown, row six: C. Bry-
ant, C. White, K. White, B. Wilkie, P. Wollison,
A. Worrell, D. Zinko. No picture for: M.
Anderson, T. Banasik.
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Home Room 111
Row one: J. Buddin, L. Buggs, J. Burke,
P. Burks, row two: K. Burns, G. Bushong,
M. Coiwell, R. Cashwellp row three: H.
Clinkscale, J. Coleman, L. Coney, P.
row four: L. Conyer, G. Cooper, M.
Cragei, K. Cousin, row five: C. Davis,
D. Davis, J. DelGiudice, J. Dellaria, G.
Denino, row six: J. DeSalvo, M. DeVali,
J. Dickens, L. Domonic, J. Douglas, row
seven: R. Eckenrode, J. Eppstein, A. Fan-
fer, G. Simmons. No picture: K. Burns.
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Home Room 218
Row one: R. Dieter, M. Ferguson, D. Fitzgerald, R.
Fleming, G. Fletcher, L. Flickin, M. Gambrel, row
two: P. Gardner, R. Gore, G. Goryanecp row three:
C. Grace, R. Graham, M. Greenberg, row tour: D.
Hagerty, J. Harris, T. Harris, row five: J. Haus, B.
Hauser, F. Hernandez, R. Hill, J. Hubbard, A. Hudock,
M. Hunter, row six: S. Ingram, C. Ivey, A. Jackson,
O. Jennings, Bennet Jones, Bruce Jones, R. Hope,
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Home Room 225
Row one: A. Bonston, G. Buehole, J. Cooney, P
Grier, P. Deak, E. Drennen, row two: E. Franklin
N. Hankey, row three: R. Venable, R. Vesmas, S
Virgalitte, E. Vuliak, C. Walters, B. Washington,
row four: F. Wotson, B. Wells, R. Welsh,
E. West, D. Williams, R. Williams, row
five: C. Wilson, W. Winford, J. Winston,
row six: G. Wood, J. Womack, S. Woon-
ten, K. Wright, B. Zeigler, R. Yancy.
No picture: D. Wyszatycka.
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pared football banquet. Sitting: G. Bushong,
M. C lwell, P. Burks, S. lngraham, Miss
Smith, T. Helt, D. Hagerty, W. Pritchardg
Standing: M. Owens, G. Stevenson, M. Smith,
I.. Conyer, E. Borders, S. Hill, l. Dominic,
P. Neimark, D. Castor.
Domestic Science class who served and pre-
Bra i I "Midsummer's Night's Dream
Braille Students in Action
Row one: Jo Ellen Anderson, Jeffery Capers, Cattier
Lee Flickinger, Alan Gibson, Donald Hardy, Anthony
Keras, row two: Diane McDevill, Kathy McGinness,
row three: Donald Reisinger, John Seech, row four:
Lawrence Sova, Barry Strirbens, row five: Martha
Strohmyer, Jean Wauring. No pictures for: Del-
bert Wittanauer, Ronald Abrams.
BRAILLE BRIGHTENS WORLD
June, 1959, brings to a close The Youngstown Braille Class's five happy years
within the walls of Rayen School. The understanding and co-operation of the three
faculties and student bodies of Harding, Hayes, and Rayen have made the lives of
the blind pupils, purposeful and worth-while.
The primary unit of the class is composed of one first grader, Martha Strohmyer,
Howland, one second grader, Esther Lee Flickinger, of McDonald, four third graders,
Jeffrey Capers, Hopedale, Diane McDevitt, Canfield, Donald Reisinger, Newton Falls,
and Jean Warring, Ashtabula.
In the intermediate class there are four fourth graders: Kathy McGinniss, Negley,
Donald Hardy, Windham, Lawrence Sova, Youngstown, and Jimmie Donnan, Youngs-
town. The fifth grade has two pupils, Barry Stirbens, Austintown, and Anthony Keras,
Steubenville. Two seventh graders, John Seech, Youngstown, and Alan Gibson, spend
their mornings in Hayes Junior High School, and one boy, Ronald Abrams, Salem, is
finishing his school career this year. Although we lose but one student by graduation,
the Braille Class is expecting five or six more students to ioin its ranks next year.
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"Buf when fhey once affain the ufmosf rungp
They fhen unfo the laffer turn their backs
Look into the clouds scorning the base degrees
By which fhey did ascend." fCaesar1
Juniors Prepare for Last Act
Slunding: Mrs. Jeunone Hoganp sealed: J. Dewell, D.
Yarmy, E. Herubin, E. Roebuck, H. Sacks, l. Berndh
Preparing for their last scene in high school, the iuniors are looking forward to
a great performance in their senior year, 1960, Helping to set the stage are Thespian
members Nancy Gourley, Deanna Probert, George Ballantine, Alice Coombs and
Music supplied by Octet members Lenore Jones, Barb Freed, Jean Love, Marilyn
Broida and Virginia Benson is backed up by A Cappella members Georgie Mills,
Ronnie White, Nancie Frantz and Bill Dahler. These are instrumentally aided by band
members, Leslie Ashmore, Pat Burge, Ronald McElhaney and Bob Ladig.
Jim Bertilacci, George Dunlow, Alex Righetti, Alex Zenko, Richard Ward, Bert
Summers and Bruce Jamison have scored high in the field of athletics. In golf, wizards
Don Lucarell and Tom Terlesky keep a low tally for the team. '
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Row one: J. Saunders, L. Pruitt, D.
Vechiarelli, P. Ungaro, J. Robinsony
row Owo: J. Bertilacei, M. Coppolln,
H. Janke, B. Jamison, R. Ward, row
ihree: M. Bledsoe, A. Righefli, R.
Sfura, I.. Booker, E. Mariin, F. Hor-
vuthg row four: A. Zenko, R. Gori,
A. Womak, A. Hudock, C. Cousin, O.
Home Room 303
Row one: M. Baugh, M.
Brown, L. Conyer, J. Car-
ter, L. Carter, row two: S.
Champ, D. Clinkscale, J
Conti, M. Coppola, B.
Cunningham, row three
V. Donaldson, R. Daniels,
Genero, R. Gori, row
seven: M. Marks, M. Prise,
D. Rains, E. Reiger, M.
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G. Danlaur, L. Douglas, row four: P
Davis, S. DiFiore, R. Deram, A. Desantis,
row five: C. Dickens, J. Domonic, N
Dubase, S. English, R. Ferraro, row six:
J. Fleming, J. Frank, B. Franklin, J
Home Room 306
Row one: E. Allen, W. Allen: row two: K. Anderson,
W. Anderson, Y. Arriola, J. Bagileri, row Three:
N. Bahny, P. Barnes, B. Belliie, M. Bender, C.
Bennet, V. Benson, row four: L. Berndt, J. Bertilacci,
J. Birkholtz, L. Bolton, A.
Brown, M. Broido, row five:
P. Burge, J. Burke, J. Bur-
sack, R. Coppiello, row
six: E. Carrozzino, B.
Dress right room representatives: row one: T. Castor, J. Ocker, L. Tarantino, P. Boyle, A.
Thornton, D. Vechiarelli, P. Mirtop row two: J. Burke, C. Theodore, C. Heames, L. Monoco,
P. Porter, P. Roberts, B. Safier, A. Jackson, R. Morgan, G. Davidson, row three: J. Carter,
D. Knoll, A. Vechiarelli, T. Terlesky, J. Levy, C. Anderson, P. Laskin, J. Landau, S. Billet,
M. DeVall, M. Kryzan, B. Carney, H. Sacks, I. Tamarkin, S. Mays, L. Steluto, J. Bursack, E.
Morris, K. Naples, D. Orzeg row four: L. Pruitt, D. Dyer, D. Thomas, P. Carlson, C. Dickens,
J. Huestis, G. Ballantine.
Home Room 306
Row one: M. Close, L. Cohen, W. Cohn,
row two: C. Conway, A. Coombs, J. Cor
coran, B. Dohler, row three: P. Damore,
B. Dann, G. Dycman, P. Fabian, S.
Fleisher, L. Flint, row four:
B. Foxman, N. Frantz, C.
Gentile, B. Gibson, N.
Gourley, M. Hahn, row
five: R. Harvey, J. Hender-
son, P. Henkin, J. Hogan,
row six: C. Hunt, C. Hymes.
FRENCH CLUB MEETING
M. Broida, P. lolborman, C. Theodore, S. Sandler, S. Kaufman, G. Davidson, I.. Silverman.
Those who excel in G.A.A. are Beverly Carl, Pat Faber, Janice Washington and
Beverly Gregory. Among those who are active in Yolaso Y-Teens are Judy Corcoran,
Linda Ross and Carol Conway.
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Home Room 306
Row one: L. Jones, J. Kranitz, row two: L. Kravitz
B. Ladig, B. Landolt, P. Leiberman, row three: A
Limberg, H. Lowendorf, J. Lucas, C. Machingo, J
Marciano, M. McCarran, row four: B. McCreary
J. Micchia, G. Mills, N. Monroe, C. Mucci, H. Nudel
row five: K. Pevow, A
bert, row six: S. Ress, S
Active in French Club are Judy Solomon, president of the Petite Cercle, Peggy
Davis and Barbara Landolt. In Spanish Club are Sandy DiFiore, Mike Cuppola and
Mary McCarron. Adding to German Club progress is Paula Henkin, while Mary Jo
Ligan, Barbara Carney, Lynn Berndt and Sue Fleisher work away in Latin Club.
Boosting the morale of the school and preparing for the co-captainship of the
cheering squad are Monica Guarnieri and Karen Pevow. Future Teachers of America
include Dick Yarmy and Georgie Mills.
Jo Anne Carter, Nancy Naples, Evie Carrozzino and Larry Flint are leaders in
Home Room Council. Already five juniors have made Quill and Scroll. Karen Pevow
is treasurer for the City Future Nurses.
Thus the iunior class, already assuming leadership, will be well prepared to
direct and inspire others when they take over the leading roles in the activities in 1960.
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Phillips, J. Pitascia, D. Pro-
Home Room 306
Row one: L. Ross, H. Sacks, row two: R. Schmutz, J.
Schwartz, M. Scott, R. Seber, row three: G. Shook,
J. Silber, L. Silverman, G. Singer, D. Stafford, row
four: B. Summers, l. Tamarkin, A. Tanowitz, J. Thell
man, G. Tully, J. Vieth, row five: A. Wenclland
R. White, S. Williams, T.
Wishnev, row six: D. Yar-
my, J. Yotsnukis. No
picture for: H. Staclelbaur,
T. Kennedy, C. Jones, C.
Seated: J. Hogan, M. L. Dickens, B. DeAngelo, D. Williams, standing: L.
Ross, E. Linder, M. Broennle, R. Schmutz, D. Schlosser, B. Hauser, Miss E.
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Home Room 307
Row one: B. Carney, L. Fitzgerald, B.
Gregory, D. Harris, row two: T. Harris,
D. Heffrin, D. Hernandez, E. Herubin, row
three: T. Hickson, C. Hicks, J. Hill, J.
H0992 row four: B. Holcomb, S. Holmes,
J. Hoover, A. Hopkins, row five: L. Huff,
J. Humphries, B. Jennings, H. Jones,
row six: J. Jones, S. Jones, W. Karr, W.
Kennedy, row seven: W. Kimbrough, G.
King, J. Kreibel, J. Martin. No picture:
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G. Miles, R. Marciano, R. Sfaro, R. Zenko
Home Room 310
Row one L Douglas, J. Kroynovich, N.
Lavante row two: M. Lenarcl, M. Logan,
J Lomax J Marsh, row three: E. Mauzy,
R. Michaelian, D. Morris,
J. Mraz, C. Naples, G.
Naples: row four: Nancy
Naples, Nick Naples, Y.
Ottenberg, J. Payne, J.
Pantone, C. Pattella: row
five: E. Patman, R. Pesce,
C. Powell, W. Revere, row
six: J. Richards, D. Roberts,
DRESS RIGHT CAMPAIGN WINNERS
Laura Taroniinu, Pour loylo.
Home Room 102
Row one: J. Ameduri, C. Batian, row two
R. Marciano, T. McGarry, row four: R
Miller, R. Olesksiuk, R
Parks, P. Porter, row five
B. Reed, M. Rocco, L. Ven
able, row six: J. Vitale, L
Vitullo, A. Zenko, D
picture: J. Kossakowski.
Row'one: B. Detar, B. Mcgreury, J. Jackson, L. lobe, G. Benson, M. Nicostrog row two: M. Skoda, G.
Bagller, S. Davelle, P. Henkm, row three: Mr. L. Guisewite, J. Butinski, S. Webb, P. Gumbrel, A. Zenko.
D. Blazina, J. Davies, J. Evans, D. Froh-
man, row three: D. Green, T. Jenkins,
Hersemen, J. Collins. No
Home Room 217
Row one: C. Chavez, R. Green, J. Keating, J. Keogh, C. Morris, S
Reynolcls, S. Ruberto, row two: R. Ruggiero, J. Saletra, row three: H
Seres, G. Smith, row four: J. Staples, H. Stollner: row five: J
Tarintine, T. Terlesky, W. Thomas, C. Villio, L. Village, E. Wallace
row six: R. Ward, J. Washington, W. Watson, E. Webb, A. Womack
Row one: R. Naples, K. fevowp row two: N. Demonic, I.. Domonic, R. Spokane, M. Bender, row three: l.
Flint, M. McCarran, D. Reins, N. Naples, J. Deimolg standing: S. DiFioro, R. Demonic, Mr. Nicholas Cipollone.
Home Room 226 Prayor, N. Rothwell, row four: B. Ses-
soms, D. Shacklock, J. Smith, P. Smith,
ETIW one: J' Brown' N' gampanaf J- J. Solomcm, row five: N. Solomon, J.
ufo' A' Coweman' P' F"'edmCmF 'OW Sorvilloy row six: R. Spokane, D. Turillo,
two: B.. Grunt, E. Lcaricciag row three: C. B. Weilyl J. Zabosky, pu Zin. No pic,
McAfee' R' MCElhC'neYf T' Mosul' E' ture: F. Kinney, J. Phillips, E. Ripple.
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"lf is the curse of kings, to be attended
By sloves, that fake their humors for o warrant
To break within the bloody house of life." lKing John lV:llU
Editors of the Annual
'David Dyer, Errol Adels, Franres lubonovic, Stanley Rosko, Cary Elfordg Not in picture, Marcia Gurss.
"All fha! glitters is not gold." lMerchcmi of Venicei
i Senior Poll Winners
Row one: M. Morelli, D. Thomas, D. Williams, J. Towne, F. Horvathp row two! T. Sminara, C. D'Amico, C
Carrozzlno, T. Custer B. Lipton, A. Thornton, M. Greenbergerg row three: L. Pruitt, E. Linder, B. Hauser
B. De Angelo, J. A. llapagna, P. Carlson, S. Sandler, D. Schlosser, J. Ambrosia.
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"Bul this some day
Musf end that work that fiffy-five began,
And whefher we shall meel again we know noi
If we do meef again, we'll smile indeed,
If noi, 'fis frue fhis parfing was well made."
fWifh apologies fo Shakespeare's Caesarl
Seniors Present Finale
Voted Most Likely to Succeed
Bill Hauser, Elise Linder
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"We do here pronounce
Upon the pari of fhe Seniors, in whose power
We were elected theirs."
Senior Class Officers
Dominic Vechiarelli, Oreasurarp Carol D'Amico, secrolaryg Carolyn
Theodore, vice-president, and Jim Ambrosia, president.
Senior Social Committee
Row one: Marlene Fossesscap row two: Josephine Robinson, .lim
Ambrosia, Deena Schlosser, Terry Caslon row Qhree: Anita Thornton,
Bridget Italiano, Marie DeSanlis, Judy Ingram, John Huestis,
Barbara Lipton, Greta Davidson, JoAnne McCreary, Carl Jones,
row four: Paul Carlson, Frances Lubonovic, Galen Gourley, Carolyn
Theodore, Bob Shagrin, Carol D'Amico, Dom Vecharalli.
Why some are born great, some
Achieve greatness, and some have
Greatness thrown upon them." ITweIflh Nightl
Honor Roll--Class of 1959
Row one: Dr. J. Fred Essig, Mr. Andrew A. Lindsay, Judy Schwartz, Jonathan Towne, Malka Greenberger,
K S' N H 5 d K ' - : D h B Ph ll' H ' Katie Birch, Marcia
aren Inger, ancy utt, an ra Ornstein, row two orot y rown, y is ames,
Gurss, Joan Rousseau, Joan levy, Greta Davidsonp row three: Betty Conn, Barbara Lipton, Peggy Mirto,
Wilodene Nelson, Betty Randell, Judi Ocker, Sandra Tracey, Jacqueline Dellaria, row four: Dave Williams,
William Hauser, Mark Tessler, Errol Adels, Oliver Drabkin.
"All's well that ends well."
Honor Tea . . .
Senior Prom . .
Tuesday, April 21
Through Courtesy of Home Room Council
Saturday, May 30
Stambaugh Auditorium, Lenny Esposito's Orchestra
Sunday, May 31
Speaker: The Rev. John Williams,
District ,Supt. Methodists
Monday, June 1
Immanuel Lutheran Church
. . . Wednesday evening, June 3
Friday, June 5, 10:00 A. M.
Dr. Paul B. Sharp, Pres. Hiram College
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LESLIE B. ABRAMOVITZ RONALD ROBERT ABRAMS ERROL MICHAEL ADELS IAMES MICHAEL
"Here comes a member of the i'I an! a irue Iaborerf I earn that "The h0UVef'lY fheloflf of 'him' AMBROSIO
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commonwealth gel eye "Sole monarch of the universal
French Club Honor Roll euril'
Quill and Scroll
French Club, Treas.
Annual Ed. Board
Senior Class President
Quill and Scroll
Senior Social Comm.
THOMAS IOSEPH ANNESS
"And he will make Ihe face of
heaven so fine"
"I can live no longer by Ihinking"
I. CAMERON ANNIE AVERHART MATHEW EDWARD GERALDINE A. BANASIK
ARCETSINGER ll "Yes, In have gained my ex- BAKER , 'fAll hail, svvleet maclam, and fair
"Sweet mercy is nobili!y's true penence "But thou art wise" Ilme of day
bcdgell Y-Teens Y-Teens
Foofbnn French Club A Cappella
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NANCY ANN BARBOR CHARLES A. BARNETT CLADYS LOUISE BARR ALBERT IAMES BARTOK
"TI'? WOYSII fault YOU have is to f'He was my friend, faithful and "My bounty is as boundless as "Hiding his bitter iests in bl
be nn love lust to me" the sea" behavior"
Y'T99"5 ' A Cappella Football
A CUPPUIIU Home Room Council Track
"Robert, remember thy swashing
DONALD A. BELL
"I have neither the scholar's mel-
ancholy nor the musician's"
ANNA MARIE BERTILACCI
"O, if the streets were paved with
KATHY I0 ANNE BELL
"How hard it is for women to
WILLIE M. BIBBS KATHERINE S. BIRCH
"Yet still she is the moon, and I "Old fashions please me b
Annual Sales and Ads
Home Room Council
Annual Editorial Board
KAY FRANCES BLACK MELVIN LEON BLEDSOE
"And presently l will be with "All places yield to him ere he
you" sits down"
Future Teachers Spanish Club
ELAINE BQGDEN HENRIETTA sowsks
Hsu: shell we dence, if they de- "Now I gee the mvsfefv of YOU'
si,-9 Us go" loneliness
soo .Club French club
BARRY C. BOWLEN
"Youth, thou bearest thy father's
RENICK BELL BRANDT A. MICHAEL BROENNLE
"Is not this a rare fellow, my "But kindness, nobler ever than
National Thespians German Club
Rifle Club Home Room Council
Dramatics Club A Cappella
"Though he be blunt, I know him
DOROTHY MAE BROWN GENE RAYMOND BROWN
"Thou couldst please me with "Are all these things perceived
speaking to me" in me?"
NORALEE BROWNLEE MARINELLA BUDICIN KATHLEEN ANN BURLEY WILLIAM L BYHAM
"I profess to be no less that I "Which is the greatest lady, the "And who can sever love from "He hears no music seldom he
seem" highest?" charity?" smiles
Y-Teens G. A. A.
A showing of heavenly effect"
PAUL WILLIAM CARLSON
"Let me Elay the foolg with mirth
and laug ter"
Senior Social Committee
Home Room Council-V. Pres.
CAROL IEAN THERESA MARIE CASTOR DAVID MICHAEL DAVID N CHASE
CARRQZZINO "SQeak but one rhyme, and I am CATQLINE gtzoarthou before be our ambos
"She is a woman, therefore may sumhed "More than a prince of cats" C
be Wann Y-Teens-Sec. A CUPPSHU
French Club Senior Social Committee.
Home Room Council aqua? Rl-urses
Homecoming Attendant 500 Clubpres.
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RONALD IAMES CHUFO LARRY SANFORD COHN BETTY ANN CONN CASEY COUSIN, Il
"And the nobility of Rome are "Now does my proiect gather to "Sir I am vexed: Bear with my "How many actions most ridicu-
his" a head" weakness" Ious hast thou been drawn to"
Rifle Club-Secretary A Cappella Honor Roll Football
Junior Achievement -ibaskftball
"Madam, you have bere
Quill and Scroll
Senior Social Committee
"I must to the learned: In good
GRETA FRANCES IUDITH LEE DAVIS
DAVIDSON "You have a nimble wity I think"
"A holy parcel of the fairest Quill and Scroll
damesu Annual Ed. Board
Honor Roll A Cappella
Quill and Scroll
French Club-Vice President
Senior Social Committee
WILLIAM DOMINIC IUDITH ELLEN DEIMEL
DE ANGELO ,R "Come give us a taste of your
' ' quality"
"With spectacles on nose, and
pouch on fide" Dramatics Club
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IACQUELINE M. DEL.LARIA
I have no other but a womens
SHARRIE ANN DELMONT
"Silence is the perfected herald
French Club 0
Home Room Council
MICHAEL A. DeLUClA IEAN DENNIS MARIE A. DeSANTIS MARY LOUISE DICKENS
"A true devoted pilgrim is not "We will solicit heaven: and "Ambition should be made of "Upon her wit doth earthly honor
weary" move the gods" sterner stuff" wait"
Y-Teens Y-Teens German Club
French Club Service Group A Cappella
Junior Achievement Senior Social Committee Service GrouP
BARBARA A. DIETER LUCY ANN DOMINIC NICHOLAS A. DOMINIC ROSE MARIE DOMINIC
"Now I seep she is your treasure" "why then you are in love" "To bela warrior, and command "Leave her to heaven"
Latin Club G comp latin Club
Spanish Club Spanish Club Latin. Club
Future Nurses A Cappella SPOHISII Club
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OLIVER HERSCHEL CLEOTHUS DUNCAN DAVID CARL DYER RUTHANN EDWARDS
DRABKIN "Youll worth is very dear in my "Good night, sweet Prince" "Sweets to the sweet"
. . . regar "
L!n2a::clZllh'n my mmd C' thou' L CI b iecordiAEst.EdEditor A Cappella
atin u nnua o- itor
,'2:2s:,.Rs1',e, 'F'35lih"?'lU5c""' .,
French Club Home Room Counci -Treasurer
IANICE M. ELLINCTON
"To prove by wit, worth in
CARY MANN ELFORD French Club
"Lights, more Iights"
Quill and Scroll
FLORENCE ELAINE IOSEPH I. FERENCHAK IR. SALVATORE IAMES FESTA ERNEST LOUIS FIELDS
FALCONY "Brevity is the soul of wit" "I talk of dreams which are chil- "Experience is by industry
,, . . , , dren of an idle brain" achieved"
Kindness In women shall wm his NlF.L.,T,ea,u,e,
love Junior Achievement-President Annual Art Staff
. National Thespians N.F.L.
Service Group Hi-Y
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SCOTT L. FLETCHER MARLENE IOYCE ION C. FREEMAN PATRICIA ANN
xgnozggegel be MBYYYI Ye? Willlal FOSSESCA 'gesfdfor a sciare of kingdoms you FRIEDMAN
"She will a hqndmqyk bg QQ his 5 ou wmnge "You were born under a chant
desires, A loving nurse" able star"
Future Nurses-President Y-Teens-SecretarY
ATCappellol 'Future CTLESBS
- eens atin u
Record Queen Home Room Council
Senior Social Committee
MARY ANN GILLAM
"What we changed was innocense
DOLORES ANN GAVLEK
"O, love, be moderate, allay thy
GALEN ANNE COURLEY FRED GREEN, IR. MALKA CREENBERCER MARCIA E. CURSS
"And fair she is, if that mine "A merchant of incomparable "This li'-'Cl HWY PYUVB U heal-'YBDUS "of Such divine Peffeclloni'
eyes be true" wealth" flower" H R H
Senior Social Committee
Quill and Scroll
Home Room Council
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Quill and Scroll
French Club-Asst. Treasurer
Annual Ed. Board
PHYLLIS HAINES WILLIAM LUTHER GWENDOLYN A. HICKS NORA HOLMES
f'Thy wit is a very bitter sweet- HAUSER "The fair, the chaste, d - "W Ia t d henef'ts"
mg "Like softest music to attending pr
Honor Roll WVSH
FRANK G. HORVATH
"The pleasing punishment
Home Room Council
IOHN WAYNE HUESTIS
"Uneasy lies the head, that wears
Senior Social Committee
Uh UFIEX BQYO OYI1 D 0 I
THOMAS LEE HUESTIS IOSEPH EDWARD
:He was ever precise and promise HUGHES, IR. HUMPHRIES
eepmg , "Wilt thou aspire to guide the "But slow in speech, yet sweet as
Hi.Y.T,-eq5,,,e,- heavenly car" spring-time flowers"
A Cappella . . . . . .
gays' ode, Jumar Achievement-President Junior Achievement-Vice-Pres.
French Club Track Future Teachers
Junior Achievement Annual Ed- Board
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NANCY BRYAN HUTT
"For she is wise, if I can iudge
Quill and Scroll
Band and Orchestra
Annual Ed. Board
Home Room Council
UDITH HELEN INGRAM
Love is your master, for he
strong a note"
Senior Social Committee
IANE MARTHA IPP BRIDGET IRENE
"FoIIy in fools burns not so I1-ALIANQ I
"When well apporelled April
Senior Social Committee
Quill and Scroll
IESSE LEE IACKSON, IR.
"To your own bents dispose you
IOSEPH W IAMES Ill
Be cheerful snr our reveals now
ALFRED PIKE IENNEY
"I should know you by descrip-
MARY LYNNE IOBE CARL IONES RICHARD NEWCOMB MARK EDWARD
gl hhave in-larlfedu a thousand "Everyone brews of him to be a IONES KAUFMAN
us es on er ace virtuous youth ,The kings coming, I know by HAM! eleeper 'han plunlmeys
r-Teepscl b Rlqrsify R h1strumpet" sound, lll drown my book
t' CI lo .
Flsllvie Tezlichers Fgelllh Cllub Sparush Club geqcffd sau? H
A Cappella Senior Social Committee Band Au' TnAd Ui- -
Basketball, c.,.c.ptc.if. ggggff-I ,,'gggg mga' 'W
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SETH MARVIN KAUFMAN DOLORES IOAN KIGER SANDRA LYNN KLEIN SANDRA GAIL KORNSTEIN
"H6'S proud: and yet his pride "l had rather my book of songs" "All Ihat life can rare worthy in "Study is like the heavens glorl
becomes him" thee" ous sun"
Annual Ed. Board
Quill and Scroll Future Nurses French Club Honor Roll
French Club-Vice President Y-Teens Dramafics Club Dramatics Club
A Cappella A Cappella National Thespians National Thespians
Quill and Scroll A Cappella
CHARL.ES IOHN KISH
"His love and wisdom, approv'd
so to your maiesty" '
ELSIE CORRINE KRAUSS
"For 'Iis the mind that makes the
VIVIAN MARIE LATESSA MARGARET MARY IOI'IN HENRY LEE SUSAN LESLE LEEBAW
"Hark, hark, I hear the minsirels I-EACH "Ta say nothing, to do nothing" "Wl"Uf 5705 do Shingle PWUVGD
pIaying" .1 . . with such beauty"
Ah, what sharp stings are In her
Service Group mlldesl Words" 'French Club
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Home Room Council
TIM C. LEHNER TOM P. LEHNER DONNA IEAN LETTERA IOAN ESTELLE LEVY
nw' be as pmiem as G genus fffhe duke hugh puf gn C, religious "Your plainness, and your short- "But I am constant as a Northern
stream" life" ness please me welI" Star"
Basketball Service Group Honor Roll
Track Latin Club
NORMAN A. LOCKSHIN
"A kinder gentleman treads not
"Honour is the subiect of my
German Club-Vice President
"You are great in fortune"
Home Room Council
BARBARA SUE LIPTON
"For stony limits cannot hold
Honor Roll I
Quill and Scroll
Senior Social Committee
Home Room Council
"l doubt not but thy
hath been noble"
"A golden mesh to entrap
hearts of men"
Senior Social Committee
Quill and Scroll
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ANNA MARIE PATRICIA IUDITH A. MACA WILLIAM MAGALOTTI ROBERT ASA
LUCARIC xShe ddarnczs las Hgoddess-like to "Faiilh, gentlemen, now I play a MANCHESTER, IR,
"According to the fashion and er G mule Cys mel-C cms pall "sigh F10 m0l'9f IGCIIBSI Sigh H0
the time" mere"
Y.Teeng Record Staff
G,A,A, Annual Advertising
500 Club' Quill and Scroll
RICHARD STEVEN MILLER
nor "Thou art a strange fellowp a
tailor make a man?"
"Heavens make a star of him"
"He has wings"
MARIAN HATTIE MASS PETE D. MATSOURIS IERRY L. MILES
"This livery is all that I request" "Thou seest a game played home, "I'lI not be tied to hours,
the rich stake drawn" pointed times"
Future Nurses A Cappella
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MARGARET MARY MIRTO MICHAEL ANTHONY RAEMA IEAN MORGAN SANDRA DIANNE McAFEE
"Whose beauty doth astonish the MORELLI "l mUSt l1UVB lB1'-W9 to FOSS" SHE' Wondfous quullllesf and mild
' H e avlor
survey of richest eye "l strike quickly, being moved" Y.T9e,-,S
,l:o'g:,rppR3lL - Spanish Club-Vice President
Home Room Council
"Her beauty hangs upon the
cheek of night"
Senior Social Committee
Quiiluillea Scroll MARGARET PGWEU-
Record Staff MCCUTCHEQN
"And all my fortunes at thy foot
THOMAS IOSEPH McHUGH MARIORIE MARIE NEAL WILODENE NELSON lAMEs G- NEWMAN
" 'Tis but the boldness of his "Me shall you find most ready" "Iron may hold with her, but "l Gm nonbfeechlng SCl'I0l0ll' in
hand" never lutes" the schools
A Cappella Honor Roll Ffenfh Club
Annual Ed. Board Sefvlfe GYOUP
Quill and Scroll
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MARY ELIZABETH ANTHONY R. NODAY DANIEL WESLEY jUDlTH RUTH OCKER
NICASTRO "Give mel a staff of honor for NORRIS "She that is giddy thinks the
Hshfu I '0mPU"9 Thee T0 G Sum- mme age "Msn's vows are women's trai- world mms roundu
mers dawn Bend larsl' Honor Roll
Service Group orchestra A Cqppgllq .f,":"'?1h Cclrgb
Golf Team Futsray Teachers
HOWARD GLENN OLSON
"Let me, if not by birth, have
lands by wit" .
LORETTA ANN ONEIL
"Play your whiles"
MARLENE LYNN 0'NE'll.l. DIANA HELEN ORZE Dol-DRES ROSE 0550 RICHARD Al-I-EN
"flooring of her beauty and her "Now she cracks a noble heart" "5hGk?l0ff fhe 90ld9H SlUmlDBI' of OTTENBERG
W" French Club repose :gzhlsrqauwas good sport in his
National Thes ians-Secretary FUN-II'9 TBUCl1eI'S Y'Teen5 ' 9
Dramatics Club G-A-N Future Nurses
A Cappella A Cappella 500 Clvb
Future Nurses Junior Achievement G-A-A
French Club Y-Teens A CUPPBHU
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IOHN ROBERT PALCEWSKI ALEX ROBERT' PAPACAN
IOANN THERESA ANASTASIA P. PAPPAS
"And, beingia winner, God give "Friends, Romans, countrymen, PAPACNA "That I might touch thy cheek"
you good night lend me your ears ,,.l.o nature none more bound., Yhhens G
Band Service roup
Junior Achievement-President Qf'.Il'e':':1L Sales
"l will not budge for no mans
Home Room Council
CAROL IEAN PARANZINE
"And feed upon the shadow of
"When most I wink, then do mine
eyes best see"
LAWRENCE DENNIS LUCILLE PATTERSON MAIRY IGYNE :AYNE
ff 1 ' ' " - ive me
,,FofArLR3g'nf Fm was simlzvzzhmbdlfh"dn" bow .4:c, mit, 9
Greek to me" French Club French club
Rifle club IJISFSSNWS
, H e o ing Attendant
Service Club om C m
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MICHAEL A. PESA IO ANN PHILLIPS HENRY IOHN PIASKY DOROTHY IEAN
"Tha Prince of darkness is a "She sings like one immortal" "HS HWY If-1WfUllY deal fm" PIETRUCH
gen eman" U
Quin and scroll French Club ?,hNev3r say that I was False
Golf Y-Teens A Cappella 0 9'3"
French Club Futura Teachers ..lUnIOI' ACl1I6V6men1
A CUPPBIIG French Club
Annual Ed. Board
"He lives an fame, that died in
AMOS RANDALL BETTY RANDELL
"And was discipled of the brav- "We'll dg fhee hgmq
GSI" ruled by thee"
Tmlk Honor Roll
Football Latin Club-President
N Service Group
"O, How I faint when I of you
BARBARA E. RIFKIN
"For far behind her worth come
all the praises"
IOSEPH ELM ER ROBINSON
"Whence honor but of danger
wins a scar"
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IOSEPHINE l. ROBINSON
"The honor of a maid is her
Home Room Council
Senior Social Committee
"He reads muchy he is a great
Annual Editorial Board
RICHARD Rossuclc IOAN LOUISE Rossmasnc STANLEY IOSEPH ROSKO
"So like a courtier" "All this is but a dream" "And U man of Such P9'fecl'o"
y.f R a-A e. Ed't r
Future Nurses Quill and Scroll
Future Teachers Ffefffll Club
IOAN VICTORIA SUSAN SANDLER VINCENT LOUIS
RQUSSEAU "Parting is such sweet sorrow" SANTANCELO
'fsome iusg love my lady, und Annual Sales "Hinder not the humour af his
some Joan" French Club dwgn
Hmlo" Roll Shiillelilg-Co-Captain Track
l"ll'n, Club Service Group
G"'l5 one' Future Teachers
IOSEPH A. SAUNDERS
"And when I ope my lips, let
no dog bark"
Home Room Council-Vice-Pres.
DEENA FAYE SCHLOSSER
"Such beauty as a women's eye"
Senior Social Committee
Quill and Scroll
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IUDITH RUTH THEODORE STEVE IEROME WALTER SERBEL ROBERT LLOYD SHAGRIN
SCHWARTZ SEMINARA "His wordsuare bonds, his oaths "He thinks tag much: such men
"Her beauty is exquisite, but her "More quick than words, do move me omclesl are dangerous
favor Infinite" a woman's mind" fmquaa idvengsgng
Honor Roll Sgillbr glacial Committee
Annual Ed. Board A ecppena
Quill and Scroll
Latin and French Clubs
grammar long ago"
"l know it wellp I read it in the
Home Room Council
"Mathinks, I could deal kingdoms
ta my friends"
IAMES BURTON MADELINE CAROL SKODA EZELL SLEDGE, IR. CAROLYN SMITH
SKILLMAN f'ln all these circumstances I shall "This was a man" "Whoever strove to s
"Thou robed man of iustice, take msirud You menln
thy place" G.A.A. G.A.A.
Kecgggpiwjf Y-Teens g?geCgf.bgSec. Br Treas.
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RICHARD DALE SMITH NORMAN LEE SOLOMON IOHN WILLIAM STAPLES IOSEPH STEVENSON
"I have an answer, will serve "Here did he practice tilts and "A proper man, as one shall see "The B0I1fl6mUn is full of V"'l"9
all men" tournaments" in a summer's day"
IAMES A. STRASBERG
"What a wit-snapper are you"
A Ca ell
QullIp:ndoScroll MARK A TESSLER
He draweth out the thread of
Junior Achievement-Vice President
"If ladies be but young and fair"
Senior Class-Vice President
Senior Social Committee
Home Room Co
ANTHONY FRANK BARBARA IEAN THOMAS COREY M. THOMAS
THOMAS "FromHwomen's eyes this doctrine "lit: mehn could' be content to be
"I am humble, be from honored denve W ul l ey we
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DANIEL PATRICK FRANK DOMINIC WILLIAM IOHN THOMAS
THOMAS THOMAS "ln our poor praise he humbled"
"He gains the name of good by "Unfold to us some warlike re-
his government" sistance"
Annual Advertising Track
Home Room Council4President Latin Club
ZTIEH sweetest flower of all the
IANET LEE THOMPSON
"Custom cannot stale her infinitl
latin Club N
Rm? ll -
Senior Social Committee MARCELLA TILLERY
"Ported with sugar breath"
Home Room Council
DONNA MARIA JONATHAN B. TOWNE SANDRA M. TRACEY PATRICK IOSEPH UNGARO
TOMASINO "Oh so light a foot!" "She, looks as clear as a morning "Cl'6iPlnf?, like snail. UHWIIIIHQIY
"One good woman in ten" Honor Ron rose lo sc oo
Y T Track Honor Roll FOOIIDOIII
S' efms G Debate Team French Club Truck
e"Y'ce 'Pup Latin Club Latin Club
Jumor ACh'eVeme"l German Club Thespians
Trophy Club A Cappella
v.F.l.. R Service Group
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gllle iests gt scars that never
et a woun "
Senior Social Committee
ELIZABETH IEAN IOHN BUSH WADDELL KAREN IRENE WALKER
VITULLQ "Thus will I save my credit in "Frailty, thy name is womanl
"I will be master of mine own" The Shoo' G-A.A.
Latin Club Junior Achievement
WILLIAM I. WATSON
"Making us proud of his hu-
"Wit shall not go unrewarded"
RONALD WILLIAM DAVID L. WILLIAMS RONALD E. WILLIAMS ARLENE SANDRA WINE
WHITE "l'll prove more true" f'Mqfk him Und wrife his gpeeghes "A better speech was never spoke
"l:le is complete in 'Feature and in Honor Roll 'n he bcoku before
mmdu A Cappella TYOPIWY CIUI1
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IOHN NICHOLAS GLORIA DEAN WOOD GRIFFITH WRENCH PHYLLIS SUE ZOSS
WOLSQNQVICH "lf indusfriously, I' played lhe "Me Thinks in ihee some blessed "And she comes in shage
,,And ehher vmory or else U fool, it was my negligence" spirit doth speak bugger Than an agofe-slone
grave Spanish Club Record Staff
B k 'b H Annual Editorial Board
B25 fs' , Quill and Scroll
A 78 CIF' Future Nurses
V 9,PPif' French Club
ms' Y N.F.L.
ANTHONY f X
"lf you do love me, you will find
"My an is no? past power nor
THOMAS ENGELOFF IAMES EDWARD DONNELI. LEE LITTLE DONNA RAE MEADER
Hwhenlweblffll l0lI'l in league, l GAMBRELL "l would I knew his mind" "You have a quick ear"
om cl am "Then iive me leave Ia read Rifle Club
'gracg Pllll0S0P Y" A Cappella
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ANDREW IOSEPH BERCHIK
ROY IAMES IOHNSON
LA VERNE PAYNE
"And leave you to your graver
GARY LYNN MILES OTIS TURNER
Beware the odds of June" "Go, play, boy, play"
R fle Club Track
A C II
The Curtain Falls . . .
Senior Class History
"We will shine in 59" has been the motto and inspiration of the class of 1959.
Throughout- the year the "Fifty-niners" have demonstrated this by excelling in A
Cappella, Junior Achievement, Sports and Thespians.
In sports, Frank "Snooky" Horvath earned unlimited fame as he rose to a
position on the All-City Football Team, while Lonzel Pruitt was chosen a representative
of the All-City second string. Outstanding in basketball were Carl Jones, Lonzel Pruitt,
John Wolsonovich and Joe Robinson, who led Rayen in a victorious season. The
football squad elected Jo Ann McCreary, Queen, to reign over their homecoming game.
Mark Tessler, Alex Papagan and Joe Ferenchak helped win the permanent
Sweepstakes Trophy for Rayen.
Erwin Martin and Jonathan Towne were two high rating seniors who excelled
in the field of track. Mike Pesa, Dan Norris and Norman Solomon helped to keep
the golf team of top, Richard Jones and Mark Tessler did the same for tennis..
Encouraging the teams were cheerleaders Great Davidson, Barbara Lipton, Frances
Lubonovic and Sue Sandler.
Head maiorette for this season was Judi Ocker assisted by Missy McCutcheon.
Unholding the traditions of Rayen A Cappella were Dave Williams, Barbara
Lipton, Elise Linder, Bill Hauser and Nancy Hutt. The Spring Concert was a thirty year
tribute to Waldemar "Nisch" Nischwitz.
Active Thespians for the past year were Judy Schwartz, Marlene O'Neil, Sandra
Kornstein, Renick Brandt and Katie Birch. "A Roomful of Roses" headed the productions
for this year. Joe Ferenchak and Marcia Gurss made a trip to Purdue University for
a National Thespian Conference.
A member of the fairer half of the graduating class stole all the honors as a
representative to the NAJAC conference at the University of Indiana where she learned
business organization. This distinction goes to Anita Thornton.
Deena Schlosser presided over the Senior Social Committee this year as they paved
the way for a new tradition at Rayen. .After every Winter Concert the Senior Class
of that year will hold a party to welcome back the alumni. The first party proved to
be very successful.
Carol D'Amico and Pat Passell were hard to beat in rubber soled shoes as
The list of names of those seniors who have aided Miss Turowski in her endless
iob of organizing the Record and Annual Staffs are much too long to name here,
And so the class motto has carried its members to success as they depart, they
leave their challenge to every future class of Rayen.
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Makes you feel pretty important, doesn't it? You've come throuqh
twelve rough years of books and report cards, detention periods
and childish Ways to find your future staring you smack in the
face. lt's such an uncertain future-filled with nuclear fission
and speeds faster than sound . . . big frightening hassles in the
U. N. and trips into outer space.
But the most important thing is that this future we're talking about
is YOU! You'll make it or break it, keep the peace or fight the
wars, harness the atom for good, or use it to kill and maim.
Through your college years, into your professions and the homes
you will build . . . our best wishes go with you, Graduate . . .
we're depending on youl
YOUNGSTOWN'S owN srons
Burley, Kathleen-26-34-36-37-39'I 27
Carlson, Paul-41-46-55-82-84-'I l 1 -120-
Castor, Theresa-34-36-37-39-67-1 l 1-
' THE SQUIRE SHOP
141 West Federal
Extends best Wishes to the
graduating class of l959
Robert Berkowitz Larry Cohn
Oliver Drabkin Ronald Mostov
Sam Roth Norman Solomon
Ehn and Madison
Robert I. Renner
THE RENNER COMPANY
if Page One Hundred Fifty-one f34'
to the class of
Best Wishes to Graduates
MIRKIN AUTO SALES
805 Mahoning Avenue
Banquet Rooms Available
1342 Belmont Avenue
Deimel, Judith-30-48-52-56-64-1 18-
GOLDIE'S FLOWER SHOP
330 Belmont Avenue
Flowers for A11 Occasions
Phone RI 3-9938
Cities Service Products
Tires, Batteries and
3216 South Avenue ST 8-0043
Ohio School of Beauty
Featuring Permanent Waves. Hair
Styling. Hair Cutting. Scalp Treatment.
Goodbye from the Seniors of
DELTA THETA A PI
Carol Bender Iudy Schwartz
Bl h- -Sh - -1- - Greta Davidson aren Inger
em uni AIMQEOSTE mhnq Sue Harshman Carol Strassels
R- S- Douglass- PIOP- ?Z??L'f5Tde' s,f.i2"S.2Xf.'2
111 W- Commerce cmi Poem cm: Pianin
Youngstown. Ohio RI 7-2843 Rhode Grwsmfm Rachel I-usiiq
+51 Page One Hundred Fifty-two iii'
VISIT ISALY'S FOR
ICE CREAM AND LUNCHES
THE ISALY DAIRY COMPANY
1033.. Mahoning Avenue
Dickens, Mary Lou-27-57-I I4-I29
Dieter, Barbara-69-I 'I 7-129
Dominic, Lucy-30-34-67-I I8-I 29
Dominic, Rose-30-34-I 'I8-129
Drabkin, Oliver-61 -I 23-I 30
93-I I I-I20-130
Elford, Cary-41 -50-53-56-58-120-130
to the Class of 1959
1221 Market Street
Phone RI 3-3093
"The Muffler Shop"
I tothe graduating clag-.KKK
+2f Page One Hundred
Fifty-th ree IEP
Congratulations to the
Class of 1959
Zeta Alpha Phi
Fletcher, Scott-131 .
Gillam, Mary Ann-8-131
818 Elm Street
Phone RI 3-8935
Aluminum sidings, storm windows.
Doors and awnings.
Bert D'Amico. Prop.
105 Upland Avenue RI 3-3823
RQDANS Classof '59
Conqratulates the qraduatinq ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Class of 1959 25' N- Hazel
Noonday Luncheon and
at popular prices
if Page One Hundred Fifty-four 19"
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '59
So nigh is grandeur to our dust,
So near is God to man,
When duty Whispers low, "Thou must!"
The youth replies, "I can."
YOUNGSTOWN'S DEPENDABLE STORE SINCE 1875
Greenberger, Molka-1 1-24-44-57-65-
Gurss, Marcia-8-1 1-25-35-43-48-50-52
Houser, William-27-43-56-58-1 14-
Huestis, John-21-41-43-51-56-58-11 1-
120-121-123-132 Humphries, Janet-31-35-55-66-132
Hicks, Gwendolyn-28-35-34-38-53-132 Hutt, Nancy-1 1-27-31 -44-45-48-50-52-
CLIFFORD E. SAMUELS
FROM Broadway and Wick Ave.
We specialize in Tune-up,
Carburetor, Generator, and
18 Modern Brunswick Lanes
Automatic Pinselters 6 Air Conditioning
Ralph and Ioe Bevilacqua. Props.
Phone Rl 6-4911 2031 Belmoni Avenue
-'if Page One Hundred Fifty-five Hif-
'Ohio's Smartest Ballroom'
529 Elm sneer
Home of the Name Bands
L. A. Cavalier, Ir.
PHI GAMMA SENIORS
- MGI- Arlene Wine
Phone RI 7-8184 Cmhy Zoss
Ingram, Judy-7-34-36-38-66-93-I 33
Ipp Martha Jane-35-44-52-I33
Jackson, Jessie-I I7-133
Jones, Carl-24-57-82-84-'I 33
The CLASS of 1959
1609 Wilson Avenue
Best Wishes from
ALPHA THETA SENIORS
Gladys Barr Iudy Davis
Carol D'Amico Delores Kiger
Marsha Knight Ioan Rosenberg
THE HUGHES STORES
118 E. Federal Street
Sanitary Food Market
Huqhes are never unclersold
in high quality meats.
-riff Page One Hundred Fifty-six IEC'
' ' . . I
QI I IM Q V IIIII TIME
N I X ..
Q :J ,vo A'.' I '
10 'Q , M
- I "V :Y2,w.-"
I 1 A 'IU your
to the Class of '59
Iewelers Since 1877
Lcnesso, Vivian-39-'I 34 LeVYf -I0Un'24'35'47'I 23-135
Leach, Margie-64-134 Linder, EIise-27-32-33-45-56-59-1I4
Lee, John-'I34 120-135
Available for Wedding Dinners
Banquets By Reservation
Phone RI 3-3535
James Ambrosio, Prop.
1931 Belmont Ave.
501 UNION NATIONAL
+ Mutual funds
Page One Hundred Fifty-seven Ik
Lewis, Weinberger 61 Hill
Suite 303-Erie Terminal
Youngstown 3. Ohio
"Where the Hair Stylists
of Tomorrow Get Their
REPAIR .. . E
5 Guaranteed workmanship
' and genuine factory parts.
1 Also a complete selection
E i of pens and desk sets,
'W featuring Sheaffer's new
Snorkel Pen ond other
if:5:5:i:i:i:3:5:5:5:5::' ., Quality writing instruments.
Mack's Pen Shop
12 N. PHELPS ST.
Lotorski,Joane-36-39-56-135 RI 3.5359
53-56-69-7l -l 20-135
Lucaric, Anna Marie-36-37-38-54-136
CHARLES HICKS I
Concrete Construction Greellnqs
Residential - Commercial from
Sidewalks - Driveways
Phone RI 7-4893
621 North Avenue
PHI OMEGA SORORITY
To the Class of '59 BEST WISHES
3235 Belmont Avenue
Phone RI 3-5554
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah King
212 South West Ave.
, -12-f Page One Hundred Fifty-eight lili-
"lt was in making education not only common to all,
but in some sense compulsory on all, that the destiny
of the free republic of America was practically
Members of Local Union 1462
Dan Thomas, President
Miles, Gary-47-115-147 56-137
Best Wishes to the Class of '59 1 I
from the Conqratu ations
NIGHTCRAWLERS , , ,
I.C.A I' FedAld lf
Bob Beillggvsxger :lack Boclvfrlricfrl x
lim Chambers Mark Kaufman
Bob Manchester Dick Drennen
Stan Hosko Ioey Hughes
Ted Tumer . . . your top fashion store . . .
BETA CHI SENIORS
where you'll find high fashions
from famous makers, plus inex-
pensive collections chosen with
the same discriminating taste
. . . and there's a Livinqston's
Wherever you livel
Downtown-225 West Federal St.
'El Page One Hundred Fifty-nine 1-31-
787 Wick Ave.
Nicastro, Mary-7-1 17-138
823 Elm St.
Shop Where the
of Fine Foods
Ocker, Judy--1 1-32-33-44-48-52-60-61 -
1 1 1-123-138
Orze, Diana-25-35-36-57-69-1 1 1-138
Page One Hundred Sixty lk
Saunders, Joseph-72-74-141 '
Thomas, Barbara Jean-39-143
Thornton, Anita-25-31-45-56-61-11 1-
Williams, Dave-27-32-41-44-56-58-1 14-
Zoss, Phyllis Sue-24-32-34-48-50-
-ifl Page One Hundred Sixty-one li'-
Modern Homes By
INTERNATIONAL HOMES, INC.
YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO MINERAL RIDGE. omo
-HEI Pug O H d ed Sixty-two 191-
A Cappella ............
Activities Division Page
Advertising Index .....
Art Class ...........
Assembly Scenes .....
Athletics Division Page
Attendance Helpers .. .
Reserves . . .
Varsity . . .
Biology Class .....
Boy's Octet .........
Braille Class .........
Cabinet Making Class
Cheerleaders on Division Page
Chemistry Class ...........
Classroom Activities ....
Club Division Page ....
Coaching Staff ......
Cooking Class ...........
Commercial Arithmetic Class .
Dedication of Annual ......
Dress Right Campaign . . .
Dramatics Club ......
Driving Class .......
En Iish Class .............
Biology, Braille, Visiting
Fine Arts .........
Foreign Language ..
Physical Education ....
Social Studies ......
500 Club and Officers ....
Varsity Squad ..................
Index to 1959 Annual
80, 81, 82, 84
63, 64, 65, 66, 67-69
. ....... 74
.. 72, 73
Squad with Homecoming Court .... 76
Foreword ....... .................
Francais, Le Cercle . . .
'if Page One
Francais, Le Petite Cercle ..
Freshman Homerooms .....
Future Nurses and Officers .
Future Teachers and Officers
Girls' Athletic Association ..
General Index ...........
German Club .........
Gimpers Y- Teens . . .
Girls' Octet ......
Golf Team ........
Gym Class, Girls
Homemaking Class ....
Home Room Council ....
Home Room Reporters
302 . . .
Council .................. ....
Linder and Hauser in
Lindsay, Mr. Andrew
Main Office ......
Mechanical Drawing Class ..
Montage of Assemblies . ..
Montage of Club Events
Montage of Dances
National Thespian Society .........
National Forensic League and Officers
nd Scroll ..
Monarchs . . .
Subscription Winners . ..
Rifle Club ............ .
Science in Classrooms
Studying in Library
Hundred Sixty-three ' R'-
90, 91, 92
Class Officers . . .
Sewing Class ........
Shop Class ............
Solid Geometry Class
Abrahams . . .
Alpha Theta . ..
American Insulation Co. . . . .
Beadling 81 Co. .
Beta Chi ......
Cafe 422 ......
Century Foods . .
Coca Cola .....
Delta Theta Pi . .
Elms Ballroom ..
Golden Age Beverage
Hick's Construction . . .
Hinely's Food ........
Hollywood Auto Shop
lsaly Dairy ....
Italiano Service .
King, Eliiah ....
Mack's Pen Shop
Mirkin Auto ....
Navins Florist ..
r, Hill Academy
... 124-147 225 .... . ..
122 Spanish Club...
.. 66 Stage Crew ....... ..
. . 68 Table of Contents .... .
,,, 65 Tennis Team ....... ...
,, 95-105 Thespians and Officers
. . . 96 Title Page ........ . . .
.. 97 Track Team . . ..
.. 98 Trophy Club ........ .
.. 99 Typing Class ......... .
. . . 100 Whan's Assistants, Miss . . .
. . . 101 Whit's Assistants, Mr. . . . .
.. . 102 Yolasso Y Teens . . . .. .
.. . 150 Night Crawlers .... .. .
, , , 156 North Side Recreation ..... . . .
I I , 154 Ohio Leather ............... . . .
I I I 151 Ohio School of Beauty Culture . . . .
II I 157 Penner's Furniture .......... . . .
-'57 Phi Omega
155 Renner Co.
I Rondinelli Tuxedo ...
I I I 153 Samuels Amoco .......
152 Schwebel Baking Co. . . .
' " 154 Stambaugh Thompson ..
' ' ' 156 Strouss Hirshberg's . . . .
' ' ' Snyder Bentley . . .
" ' 152 Squire Shop ........ . ..
' ' ' Thornton Laundry .................... . . .
United Steelworkers of America Local 1462 ....
' ' ' 160 Venetian Restaurant .... ............. . . .
' ' ' 153 Victoria ........ . . .
- -- 156 Ward Baking Co. ...
161 Wilkoff Co.
- - - 153 Workman Service . . .
. . . 154 Youngstown Printing . . .
- - - 152 Zeta Alpha Phi .... . . . .
- - - 158 Patrons .............................. . . .
-- - 153 Ohio Hardwood Co.
-- - 159 Austintown Building Material Company
-- - 158 H. Italiano 81 Son Co.
- - - 151 A friend that is a friend
152 Ripoli Construction Co.
153 Joseph A. Guarnieri
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