Technical High School - Red Raider Yearbook (Scranton, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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Dedccatcoa Qmewofzd Zaareaw f4 Saxon Spozu Seaway ffodcactcee 70466 mad Fpmopdecq dlkwcee idafmzwafg RICHARD BERSEVOY this book to Richard Bersevoy o homebound student with the hope that he will enloy and cherish If as The years go by 3 9 n We, the seniors of ihe anniversary class of 1956, wish to dedicate Now our schooldays are over And down a new road well strude Beyond us the blue hortzon Offers a future thats wlde We ve had our days of laughter And weve had our times of tears But we ve learned to have the courage To quiet all our fears ln a way twlll be qunte sorrowful For well mass the frnends we ve made But well forever keep wlthm our hearts 6 OI' S Of OI' Fond memories that cannot fade ll strnve to grow un wisdom If we belleve and have courage Well conquer any strlfe ve learned to bulld And have fauth un a dream an thus we belneve We wall fund 'oy supreme look forward to the horlzon now Whatever In the future may he our faith an God and country Wall never ever due Ruta Benovutz -1 1 - - 1 W , . , . 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X , give an uncertain student real con- ? 1 0 o - Now we proudly present our faculty the teachers who have always stood behind us mth encouragement and kundness I SITTING Margaret Yerrtck Jane Jones Helen Cogglns STANDING Wrnght B .lanes Mary Scardamaglua Ellzabeth Graf tlth Franlc McCann ABSENT Margaret Hosle qfwfofzq SITTING Blanche Loftus Patrlcla Kearney Pauline OMalIey Cassandra Lewis STAND ING Victor Ranch: Edward Walsh Fred Magnotta Wtlluam Lydon SITTING Ann Holtham Helen Butler Lounse Mclntyre STANDING Dorothy Monahan Irene Stansbury Gertrude Fxnklestem Mary Dnskm Patrncta Kearney ABSENT Ruth Flanagan Margaret Maloney : I , , I I t ' a - 1 1 . , , , . . 0 1 1 , . 'dd SITTING D Harold Jones Reese Powell Dorothy Putnrslcos Frledo Schmldt Mor met Ifflond L Corlyle Smtth .lose Pork John Sltey Phtlltp Schlllot ABSENT Ferdinand Golwn Sewanee Coll Follcowsky Margaret Lewis Robert Hodgson SITTING Mary Scordcrwoglc .lone Jones STANDING Anthony Musso 9 f - ' I ph Hosie. STANDING: William Evans, J. Russell SITTING I rf STANDING Pe?er Doyle .Joseph OI-Iora and SITTING Mor, Lawler MorgoreT A?I1erfom STAND ING Helen Smith Aldwm .Jones Dunn John Haggerty Thomas Thye do Plwnlhps Reese Murgoref Sfonlev Cefal Gorey Arthur Moms : ENG: MQ: In. : I - I . I I I 'Qig-, S and 94:4 Peter Doyle Victor Ronchi Fred Mognotfo Joseph O'Horcz Wnlluom Lydon .lcdzwuy enme Lcztore Mildred Smnh Offcce Staff Verna Aenlond Moy Dolrymplf fherme Felnx if We now present the officers of our Golden Aniversary Class of 1956 This group of four has done an excellent 'ob of making this by far the greatest year at Tech I am proud to be a member of this distinguished class First we present the Secretary of our senior class Betty Gillette a cute little blonde who provided the spark for our class Next in line is our money wise treasurer Martha Yanislco who is definitely the last of the clan She is responsible for keeping our class out of debt Now comes the unsung officer Ozzie Simms vice president whose presence and hard work have made this a successful year for us. He was prominent in all our Tech sports. Now our faithful president Mike Balcruis who is by far the greatest person and the most capable of this iob. Mike has partici- pated in many sports which never did interfere with his class duties. ll 'Z R1 The editors of the Yearbook are left to right Bob Kretllck Assistant Sports Edutor Joe Paclfaco Sports Edztor Roberta Phlllnps Photography Arlene Gambuccn Lnterary Arlene Crumb Edutorm Chlef Mary Ryder Dramatlcs Anita Cardona Art Ann Hynosky Busmess Manager Tony Brzenslcl Music Peggy Kearney Socuety and School News and Elame Baldml Advertnsmg 19 Awww SITTING Barbara Paszek Gaul Oakes Ronald Daamondstem Arlene Gambuccn Nancy Merrlck Rosellen Hollnster Kathy Custara STANDING Suzzane Baker Janet Maloney Audrey Cox Helen Mnllow Car mel Blfano Jean Alles Duane Cocclmann Pat Malnar Betty Thomas Barbara Gal Iuccl Martha Yamsko Marlon Marcnnke vac SITTING Marne Kobesky Ann Marne Kelly Barbara Shroeder Elaine Baldlnl Janet Schlck Sally Sanders Dorothy Kroger STANDING Charlotte Battle Donna Adams Carol Dattu Vurgunua Watson Marlene Mar crnkevlch Lucy Pagllarl Duane Cacclamann Bully Evans George Sheftrc Alex Soncotskl Fndele Noto Ceculua Puccattn Alberta Vlola Betty Sherbourne 'KZ and? SITTING Barbara lde Irene Droblsh Anlta Cardona Roberta Phllllps Anthony Brzyewslu Mary Ryder Kathy Sarokas Betty Thomas STANDING Mary Comstock Anna Mae Armbruster Lucille Mutchlll Benny Atlas Rose Marne Barnotskus Rose Paulouslcas Martha Yanusko stdddlwidws Spoctdmzdi' SITTING Judy Schultz Stella Satunas Judy Rayannxc Peggy Kearney Marlene Holeda STANDING Jean Mack Barbara Cslga Ann Hynasky Llllaan Snyder Soma Balllson Bob Krnelurk Caroline Johnson Ann Marne Carpenter Evelyn Wnlclnsky Joan Grady Mary Jean McCarthy ABSENT Marlene Buchner Carmella Ianetta 1 1 1 . : , I f I T 1 1 1 I I - I I T I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Z 1 4 - 1 1 I r 1 f I I 1 1 . . , 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 , . 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A I x ,f,-.:-cr.-, -4-"Mr - ...Q -c'--U1 ' . - .4 , .. 4 --' -:... - ,Lb-,1e,'.... -.....-M-" , -4. -- ,.4i 44, fi ,4 'f . ..i,,,1-c!Y'-'- 1 z..--e- gr - -4 44 ' 444 ' 1 ,. f- .. -5,4 .4 4 4.4 4 4 f.. -42.1. -- 4, '-..--' is-.. 7' f . 3-:Fai ' ' Y-8:-gg, -' T' i7 'i :T - -. 94-232 451.-sc ':1. 14 . -1g,yaf3-f 2 1 -:g l -.152 .'.,xs:Q1.1 - f -. - , P- 1,3 4. L uggilj 43, .v-v 4 4.-.45 JOSEPH ABDO oe North Scranton Practical Arts Audlo Vlsual Ed Dept Joe IS a real mce guy But can he help lt If he s so shy? DONNA ADAMS Dee Cathedral Commercial Latm Club Biology Club A grand person A real cute chuck In any crowd She s sure to click IEAN ALLES Jeannie South Scranton Commercial Cheerlng Section Honor Soclety News paper Staff Dramatncs Yearbook Staff A real nlce gurl to know As the years pass Her ambntlon wlll grow JOSEPHINE AMBROSECHIA o Prescott Commercual Glee Club Our little Jo She s really sweet As we all know ANNA MAE ARMBRUSTER North Scranton Practical Arts Red Cross Dramatics A real gone gal, In everyone s book She s a pal. BENJAMIN ATLAS n Tech Commerclal Bond Orchestra Newspaper Stal? A class clown ns he Full of fun and full of glee EUGENE BACORN Gene North Scranton Practucal Arts A real nnce guy Though kmd of shy May success for hum ln the future Ile SUZANNE BAKER Suzne North Scranton Commercual Yearbook Newspaper Suzxe as a cute lrttle blond A gurl of which we are all fond MICHAEL BALCRIUS Mnke North Scranton Practlcal Arts Lettermens Club Football Class Pres :dent The head of our class lnto success He wall surely pass JOSEPH BALDACCI oe South Scranton General Cute and shy But in a crowd He rates high. ELAINE BALDINI South Scranton Commercial Yearbook Staff Chorus A nice little miss, Success and happiness Is her fondest wish ROBERT BALINAS Blicky North Scranton Practical Arts Swimming Team A wonderful guy Who is the apple Of everyone s eye SONIA BALISEN Sonnie South Scranton Commercial Honor Society Newspaper Staff Year book Chorus A pretty young lass Has looks and talents No one can surpass DONALD BALL Don Abington High Practical Arts Quiet reserved and a Little shy But really he is quite A guy MICHAEL BANKS Mickey North Scranton Commercial Football Basketball Swimming Track Lettermen 5 Club A smiling boy with Curly hair, Mickey is the bay who ll Get somewhere. CARL BARBINI South Scranton Practical Arts Honor Society Dance Committee His little lakes now and Then will brighten those Who are dim FRANCIS BARESS oc Morse Practical Arts Just plain Doc to us When the kids see him coming They put up o uss CHARLOTTE BATTLE Char John Adams Commercial Dramatics Spanish Club Bio Cheering Section Here s a girl both short and Sweet She s also intelligent and Very neat RICHARD BECKER Dick Prescott Practical Arts Audio Visual Aids A real nice friend Success and Dick Shall surely blend RALPH BEERS ' Skippy South Scranton Practical Arts A clown is he- But it's hard to Beat his personality. DANIEL BELLES Danny North Scranton Comrnerclal Chorus Intramural Basketball Dra matlcs He s our star Hts talents wlll carry hum far RITA BENOVITZ Reef South Scranton Commercial Cheerlng Section Yearbook Protection Club Honor Soctety Sweet and frnendly Thats our Reet She has class that s Hard to beat BEVERLY BERLEW ev South Scranton Commercial Honor Socnety Assistant to Treasurer Lends a hand to friend or foe In the future far shell go ROSEMARY BERNOTSKY Rosle North Scranton Practtcal Arts Dramat Rosle ts a very ntce gurl Can put all the boys In a whtrl SHEILA BERRY Samuel Morse Comrnerctal Red Cross Never sad always merry That s our gal named Sheila Berry DIANE BETTI Dee Samuel Morse Commerclal Techettes Student Councvl Girls Sports Yearbook Stal? Newspaper Chorus A Techette wnth a pretty smile On or oft the held she has style CARMEL BIFANO North Scranton Commerclal Band Honor Society Newspaper Year book A cute gal wnth beauttful hatr She ll always be welcome anywhere JOHN BIRTEL .lack South Scranton Practncal Arts John s really a great guy Though somettmes he s a ltttle shy ANITA BONK Coakre South Scranton Commerctul Cheermg Sectton Newspaper Year book Sweet and qunet thats our Coolae At maknng frtends she s no rookle ALMA BRENNAN Cathedral Commerctal Newspaper Orchestra Color Guard Btology Clcb Yearbook Honor Soctety Cheerful and neat A color guard that cant be beat ELEANOR BRIER e South Scranton Cornmerclal Newspaper Chorus Twurler A very sweet gal Who s everyone s pal NORMAN BRIGHT Tom North Scranton Proctlcal Arts Although he s qutet nn all hrs classes He s quite ottractuve to the lasses JAMES BROWN Brownle South Scranton Practical Arts Heres a guy who s really guuet Youll never tlnd hum where there s o no ANTHONY BRZENSKI Tony Cathedral Commercnal Band Orchestra Honor Soclety S u dent Councul Yearbook Atop Hgure IU our band Always wulllng to lend o hand MARLENE BUCHNER Nellle South Scranton Commerclol Glee Club Newspaper Here as the gurl wtth curly blond hanr Her personaluty ns quute rare 15' QQ 44 45" ww l. Q' 21 EDWARD BUDNEY Eddue South Scranton Practical Arts A nlcer lad cannot be found We s re are lucky to have htm around HELEN BUGNO Helch South Scranton Commercnal Honor Soctety Chorus Heres a gtrl whose thoughts are deep But she s the friend you Il wont to keep KENNETH BURRIER Kenny South Scranton General He may be quuet and sort of shy But stall consrclered quute a guy WILLIAM BUSCARINI Buscar South Scranton Commercial Dramatucs Prolectnon Club Never bashful never sllly A ladys rnan thats our Bully EDWARD BUSH Eddre North Scronton Prcctlcal Arts A ltttle guy wuth lots of class Hrs heart belongs to lust one lass HEI ff 6 . ,, . ,, W . In yy , . A I win. ' lr 4 1 ll ll 4 5 'X . K l A, as , 3 ff ' H . H H 1 - I 2 R . . 4 I ' f, , 2 I , 'A ' ' ., W 'lf 1' I P- , W Q 3, V X I X V I , . . . ' ., A 1 P N -.- ' l . 5 A 4, 1 ,, 4 ,, . X v I , ,, ' I .Via ' ' ,c L If ' 1 ? f 'Rb I EDWARD BUTKA -1 Eddue 5, X Dunmore Practucal Arts Stage Crew Honor Socuety A real cute guy Who s sort of shy JOSEPH BUZAS oe North Scranton Practucal Arts , Joe ann t what you d consuder quuet "" In any crowd he s a ruot DIANE CACCIAMANI Dee South Scranton Commercual Chorus Honor Socuety Red Cross Newspaper Yearbook So fruendly and so very sweet Our pal Duane lust cant be beat CAROLINE CALPIN Cheech North Scranton Commercual Always happy always gay We hope she ll always sta that way JOANNE CALPIN Duckson Commercual Dramatucs A sweet and perky luttle lass Joanne s a gurl wuth lots of class f- CAMERA SHY SHIRLEY CANTERBURY Shur 'Nlorth Scranton Cornrnercual Abouth thus gurl theres only one thung to say She s really tops un every way ANITA CARDONA North Scranton Practucal Arts Techettes Honor Socuety Ar Edutor of Newspaper and Yearbook She mught be small and not too G But thus cute gal us lulced by all ANN MARIE CARPENTER Nancy South Scranton Commercual Newspaper Honor Socuety Dramatucs If neatness were sulver and sweetness were gold Shed be the possessor of such wealth untold ESTELLE CARTER Sugar Longfellow Commercual Honor Socuety Orchestra If everyone were as sweet as she Oh what a wonderful warld thus would We d luke a pucture to remember her by But alas and alack she was camera shy CARMEN CASTLEGRANDE Centra' General We all luke thus lad named Carmen To the gurls he s really charrmn DELORES CASTELLANO ee sc tt Co rcr Chorus e s sweet rd neat d e es gr I excell d Of non MICHAEL CERATO Ntke Prescott Practrcal Arts He stall and easy on the eye Everyone knows he s a wonder u guy PHYLLIS CERATO Y Prescott Practvcal Arts Techettes So very nlce rn every way And she gets nicer by the day MARY ANN CERRA Sport West Scranton Cornrnercual Band Orchestra Band Llbrarlan Bas ketball Spanlsh Club At basketball she s really great ln any crowd she s sure to rate ROBERT CHAPONIS Schboom North Scranton Practtcal Arts He s always happy never lowdown Always sfmlung never a frown DONALD CHASE Don th S non F' rnrrercro Dra"tat s Student Councul Honor c ety Nherev r lun ns to be tound u can b t Dan s around BEVERLY JEAN CHRISTMAN ev South Scranton Cornrnercual Chorus Newspap r Yearbook A gurl who dresses wrth n atness and sty e Has a wonderful chsrracter and c beau tlful Smale JOHN CHURLA South Scranton Practncal Arts Football Baseball Letterrnen s Club Here s a guy who s onthe beam And one of the best on our football team JOSEPH CIANFICHI oe Samuel Mo se Practxcal Arts Dark and handsome here s a guy Who s bound to catch any gurl s eye JOHN CLARK Mark South Scranton Practrcal Arts Swummxng When he s around all the gurls stare Hes really good Iooktng wtth hrs nc urly halr ROBERT CIERO oo Prescott Proctlcol Arts Honor Socuety Audro Vrsual Atds Bob s lucky o can be Success as the door and he hos the key OLEON CLARK Sonny North Scranton Practlcal Arts Everyone lukes hum Do you know why? lle s always happy o wonderful guy MARGARET CLEVELAND Peggy North Scranton Procttcal Arts A very nlce sensor o wonderful pol Everyone s glad to know thus gal LYNNE CLIFT Prescott Commercual Heod Twtrler Chorus Edltor of News paper Red Cross Honor Soclety Span :sh Club Assnstont Treosurer Biology C ub Very cute and neat As a pol she con t be beat MARY JANE COMSTOCK North Scranton Proctrc l Arts Bond e s c, gt vv U? i 1-if A Ty-an 10- Y WILLIAM COOPER South Scranton Practrcol A ts Here s guy wno mce to know Wtth lots of frrend but not one foe JUDITH COURTEMANCHE Judy Prescott Commercual We ull thunk she s very sweet Her personaltty cont be beat AUDREY COX South Scranton Comrnercual Newspaper Lrbrary Club Chorus A pretty gurl wlth brlght red hour Wtth a helprng hand she s always there BARBARA CSIGI Barb North Scronton Commercial Honor Socrety Chorus Newspaper i" Red Cross Yearbook A very mce ond wonderful gal To all her classmates a real true pal ARLENE CRUMB Are Johr- Marshall Cornrnercrsl Techettes H ror Soctety Chorus Ea tor otYeorbo K St dentCouncnI News poper Frercr' Club When you need :xtrtend nesthe one AMG, plea Gm GIW y n Y 4 Gee tnts gal rust cont be beot ANTOINETTE CURCIO Tom North Scranton Commercual Dromatucs Newspaper Staff Here s our Tonu a fruendly soul Success us goung to be her goal KATHLEEN CUSTARA Kathy North Scranton Comrnercual Orchestra Honor Socuety Newspaper Yearbook Kathy s a sweet gurl who s always neat When ut comes to personoluty she cant be beat MARION CZYZYK Blondue Adams Com mercual Camera Ope ator Dance Commuttee A swell gurl wuth hour of blond A fruend of whuch we all are fond ROSEANNE DANYLAK Roxy Duckson Cuty Commercuol Chorus French Club Her name us Roxy what a gall To one and all a real true pal CAROL DATTI Dadduo Prescott Commercual Yearbook Newspaper Dance Commut 95 For a gal who s cute and full ot fun Fund Carol Dattu She s the one Ns.- IU' 1 hs JOAN DAUBENHAUSER Scutn Scranton Cornmercual Honor Socuety Chorus A gurl who cant be beat Very nuce and very sweet ALLAN DAVIS e North Scranton General Football Dramotucs Lettermensfllub Its never dull when Al s around A wuttuer guy cant be found HARRISON DAVIS Prescott Practucal Arts l-larrusan Davus a famous name We II someday hear ot hus great fame JOHN DECKER Johnnue North Scranton Commercual John s really a carefree guy I m sure success wont pass hum by 5 Auuce oeuesucv fbbc North Scronton Commercual E Honor Socuety Newespaper Red Cross Rep Chorus Always happy and full ot fun She has a smule for everyone DIANA DeMAlO De De North Scranton Practucal Arts Chorus Sweet and frnendly as can be There s no one luke our own De De ELIZABETH De MARTINO Bootsey North Scranton Commerctal Chorus Newspaper Stat? Always pretty always neat Knowrng Bootsey ts o treat RONALD DIAMONDSTEIN on South Scranton Commerclal Band Orchestra Band Lubrarlan ra mattcs Yearbook Staff Ronnte ts a boy who never frowns We dont need a cnrcus when he clowns DONALD DIPPRE n South Scranton Practlcal Arts Wtth everyone he surly rates Because of hls neatness and mannerly tratts CHARLES DONACHIE Chas Chapel Practtcal Arts Stage Crew Track Dramattcs Football Often wrtty often olly He s one of the best by gollyf C ,- v"' CHARLOTTE DORNHEIM Char Prescott Practtcal Arts G'ee Club Cheerlng Sectton Dramatlcs Always ready to have some un Yet her lessons are always done DONALD DRASBA Dras South Scranton Practucal Arts Football Newspaper Lettermen s Club As Mr Tech he ts well known On a football held has talents are shown IRENE DROBISH Rene North Scranton Commercial Newspaper Student Counctl Honor Soctety Dramattcs Search where you will lor her ktnd A duplicate you will never hnd ELLEN DUHIGG North Scranton Cornrnerclal Twnrler Mavue Team lntramural Sports Ellen IS a gurl who ts cheerful and neat We all agree she can t be beat DOROTHY DUTKEVITCH o North Scranton Commercial Her bright smile and charmung way Make her ltked more every day VINCENT DZIKOWSKI Doome South Scranton Procttcal Arts Always teostng and full of fun He ts lnked by everyone The shy part came when ptctures were token Hts features he leaves to your :mag :notion ELEANOR EDWARDS te North Scranton Commercial Newspaper Stat? Drarnattcs El ts a gal who s neat and trtm Full of pep rtght to the brtm PAUL EGELSKI EQQY South Scranton Practtcal Arts One of our guys who ts trtendly and a If you need a helptng hand glve lm a coll JEAN EREMO Remo West Scranton Commerctal Twtnkltng eyes and a real brtght smtle A gal we wtll remember all the whsle DOROTHY EVANS o West Scranton Commerctal Gay frtendly and really sweet To see her dance ts qutte a treat WILLIAM EVANS e North Scranton Practtcal Arts Smrnrmng Chorus LettermensClub He as the boy wtth the brnght red hour Frtendshtp wtth all he will share CATHERINE JANE FADDEN GY North Scranton Cornmerctal Honor Soctety Spantsh Club Cathy ts so very qutet Never known to start a no ANDREW FAIRCHOK Drew Longfellow Practtcal Arts Chorus Stage Crew Drew ts a guy worth knowtng Hts frtendshtp always wull be growtng PAYE FERN Fazzte South Scranton Commerctal Techettes Chorus Red Cross Rep Yearbook Newspaper Honor Soctety As an lndtan she won her famel Her glowtng personaltty dld the same REGINA FERRARO Jeannte North Scranton Commercial Chorus Small dtgntfled and neat A ntcer gurl we couldnt meet ROBERT FLANNERY Frog South Scrantor Commercial Honor Society Thus fellow has so much knowledge He us bound to end up as a professor un college RONALD FLANNIGAN on North Scranton Practical Arts Chorus Ron lust oozes with uoy Everyone likes hum He s a well known boy JANET FOYTACK an South Catholuc Commercial Twurler Chorus Red Cross Rep News paper Stat? Her carefree way and charming smile Makes her fruendshup truly worthwhile DIAN FRABLE De De Tech Practical Arts Sweet personality cute and nice lus luke the proverbial sugar and spice! HAROLD FRANKLIN Mooney" North Scranton Practical Arts Basketball Baseball Lettermen's Club A quiet boy with peace of mind A loyal friend, true and kind, 3 u 62 HF' 3 URSULA GALENAS rs North Scranton Commercial Honor Society Here s a gurl you can t surpass A friendly gay and pretty lass MARGARET GALENIS Margie North Scranton Commercial Not too tall very neat A finer gurl cannot be beat BARBARA GALLUCCI Barb Samuel Morse Commercial Capt of Techettes Biology Club French Club Chorus Edit of News paper Yearbook Red Cross Rep Girls Sports Shes pretty as a picture a demure an dainty lass Whose serenity and looks are the envy of the class ARLENE GAMBUCCl Are Samuel Morse Commercial Band Orchestra Sec of Spanish Club Newspaper Girls Sports Red Cross Lut Editor of Yearbook Dance Commut ee Good looks and personality plus She sure rates high with all of us. MARILYN GANDARA "Lynn" North Scranton Commercial Intramural Sports Always busy and full of wit ln any crowd, Lynn will fit. JAMES GANZ rm South Scranton Practical Arts We always hope this fellow will stay Y As nice as he is in every way ARTHUR GARBER Butch Washington Practical Arts Stage Crew Pres Lettermen s Club Sec Swimming Team Chorus Happy and carefree in every way His smile will brighten the darkest day MICHAEL GAVERN Mike South Scranton Commercial A real good sport and thats no le You gust can t find a nicer guy ROBERT GAVERN Bo South Scranton Practical Arts Student Council Pres. Football Libr- ary Club Stage Crew Possesses spirit of a true Tech fan, We must admit, he s quite a man. BARBARA GEISSHARDT "Geiss" South Scranton Commercial Honor Society Techettes Yearbook Newspaper Chorus A very quiet girl, always well-dressed, We'll leave it up to you to imagine the rest sf,-1 .NN f. Y W is ..' :gre I X . I X 1 +- JOSEPH GEORGE oe North Scranton Practical Arts A real Good Joe So nice to know ERMA GERARDI Chapel Commercial Newspaper French Club Cheerlng Section A girl with a cha m all her own Makes her attractive and well known BETTY GILLETTE Blondie Covington Commercial B a n d Orchestra Student Council Newspaper Latin Club Dance Com mittee Sec of Senior Class Yearbook Good natured and true With faults that are few WILLIAM GIRTON Tiny Cathedral Practical Arts There s a smile in his ace, twinkle in his eye Watch out for him when he passes by. ROBERT GLOCKER "Bob" South Scranton Practical Arts Full of fun, likes to fool, Like a king, someday he'll rule. SAM GOCKLEY Sammy North Scranton General Baseball On our lust he wzll rernaun One of the nucest guys who came ALLAN GOODLING Washlngton Practlcal Arts Band Presudent Orchestra As o member ofthe band Thus fellow IS really grand JOAN GRADY Joanne North Scranton Commercual Movie Club Dramatucs Honor Society Newspaper A gurl you cant beat She lS very nlce and sweet CONCETTA GRANDE Connie North Scranton Cornmerclal Color Guard Newspaper Honor So clety Red Cross Rep Lnbrary ub A smllmg face that all wall remember Though she'll not be here next Septem- er. HERBERT GREEN 'Herb North Scranton Commercial Band Red Cross Rep. ll you think he's quiet, that's a wrong guess, He sure can add hls share of iolllness. ...qui MARJORIE HAND Marge Prescott Commerclal Honor Soclety Pres Student Councll Treas Yearbook Newspaper Student Announcer Drarnatlc French Club Bl ology Club Cute and sweet Just cant be beat CARL HEEN Moe South Scranton Practlcal Arts Just the opposlte of most of us Doesn t gab or make a fuss KATHLEEN HEEN Katle South Scranton Commerclal Lnbrary Club Honor Soclety Chorus Spanish Club Although she s qulet and rather s She s the apple of our eye MAUDE HElM Tech Commerclal Camera Operator Dance Commlttee Newspaper She s cute and petlte Her personallty cant be beat FREDERICK HEPPLER "Fred' St. Paul's Practical Arts Baseball Always happy, always ree A regular fellow is he. SHERRI HIMMEL S:,f' Srrcmfc' Cyn' - D. r--,, ,,.,L. J .J X. . .. ,,,... rw- -- f' V ,nr f " ,- ::,-4 L , .,. . - .- C'C6 C ' "7 C A C'C.h',f N311 : Terre e, :I fm " I prcqd. EUGENE HOAR "Gere" Elfffufgx Qqmmorcml A boy happy Grd Carefree In 'ms cwm wolf, Ye? so Qule? all tlvouglw Ihe day. THOMAS HOGANS "'l'Orr1'ry" Franklin Proctrzczl Arfs Bord Ifw3mwalB:1sl4eIbalI This boys Yrs sort, Who is c swell :perm MARILYN HOKREIN E"".'5' Ccwrerclal Bliligy C gb Szzfialr Club A ir ef T, sr' G Irlerdly fc:-e CHQ' J uf: Ir-er me J: ,r 1. vxl "' 0' 3 , .m Q I 1 fl Z ' .2 A :fig A MQW. . T' f , sg 3 X I 5 5 31 MARLENE HOLEDA 352- -ice' Q, - ' 'FHM ,, .. ..f-f, , , ,gt.,.,. V f ,,,, f- .a 'G f :'1', fzxz gn , C1l"9V'CI 1' e ,f r.:f, ROSELLEN HOLLISTER "l"z , CLMJ Cr Cnrvrrffrcml Blcfzgyq Ql,I, flrcui Planar Sc: rf SEI if lllbrfrry Club Ycwrniil Aln'1,'9 srwloz :md my: lwellc, Nc sneelcr glrl youd lyke tc kr ff DONALD HOPKINS MHCQPW, Mczdlsorv Prncllcal Arts Bsrfd Orclwcsfrfx Clams Muslc bfimflf' GJ er and rrrodosf in HI: :fm way, Happy wlll 'refer worry lwlrwelf grey ROBERT HOPKINS "I-lonpf' Norllw Scrsnlon C3OVTI'TIE'C'j1l I-le'5 Gl,lll6f1JIE2Tf1f'Id 3 DIY shy, BJ also, mfs qulre Q geo? guy. WILHELMINA HOWELLS ,,Y.'!V ew New' Stfzrrcr Comve' A pre", 355 who Is wreef if :Jen DJ Q' -:oy krfow lwef, 5 5 3 rlcf ANN HUNGERBUHLER "Terri" Samuel Morse Corcrnerciai l-tener Society Sr :nih Cleo Assrgtant to T'e':s,'er Stuaerf Cours' Her name ii Ising 11 she is sci' Shes 3 'E1JlSvw26l'jl'lClV"d a vv3nde't.l sport WILLIAM HUNTER "Bill" South Scranton Practical Arts Here's a bay tar from quiet, Once he's started, he's a riot. ANN HYNOSKY South Scranton Commercial Bus. Manager of Yearbook Chorus Cheering Section Rep. of P,T.A. A very sweet girl with pretty long hair, Her presence is welcome everywhere CARMELLA IANETTA "Cami" Adams Commercial Newspaper Stott Yearbook Stott A thner friend cfmnnot be loerfd, In the air or on the ground. BARBARA IDE "Boro Prescott Practical Arts Chor-s Biology Clel: Yeafecok Start Newspaper Cheering Section A friend you won't regret, And one you wont forget, 1' ns 1 x DELORES JACOBS Ili. 'Eace' 6, K S5.t't Scranton C':r'rrne'c':l V 'Jemnaper Yearbook Diznce Cornrrit' X' Sziarish Cluo Che-'ring Section Ceara-5 is it 'eat ofa pretty lass, Sne will fnlwzys be remernbered in K 1' 'ti K 1 esr class JOSEPH JANOWSKI South Scranton Practical Arts This boy we know is very shy, But we still think he's quite a guy. ALBINA JIFKINS "Dave" North Scranton Commercial sf Basketball Dance Committee A real doll and so much tun, Has a smile tor everyone. CAROLINE JOHNSON Conngton Commercial Honor Soztety Frencn Club Library Cictz Nesiszaper Rea Cross Year book A cute rniss with eyes so bright, YC I-.now lee' is really a delight. BONNYLIN JOYCE Bonry rth S cnt r' Co rn D arnatr Neff are Soc e y Gtrls Soorts u of un good cnee n MARY ELLEN JOYCE en' Cjthedrgl Conmnrrcrl Spanrsh Club Cheerrng Sectron weet and frlendly r st e One who always w ars o srmle Q-, 3 ELLEN JUDGE North Scranton Cornrnercxol Honor Society Heres a welcomed cheery loss Lrked by all un our class SHIRLEY JUDKOVICS Shar Washmgton Commercial Honor Society Sponrsh Club Assrst is ont to Nurse Q 'W Small but sweet a real friend true V There rsnt anythrng she wouldnt do for you DAVID KARLUK Dave West Scranton Proctlcol Arts Football Dove as a boy who wnll always pass Hell get along tor he has class X 14 in if xx-v' fm MARGARET KEARNEY r c rn c in P vor oon Student C nc News Stott , sweet eg D at ANN MARIE KELLY Kely No th Scrant n Cornrner tal rr rn New odper Danc Corn rmtt A hjppf nature a knomng smrle Her frrendshrp ns a thmg worthwhlle JAMES KLEE South Scranton Proctrcal Arts -0 Lorer rs cz lsoy with o friendly smile Hts 5 lendshnp too IS well wo thwhlle ROBERT KLOTZ Bobby Washrngton Practucal Arts Track Football Letterrnens Club Always a yoke full of wat In any crowd hes sure to MARIE KOBESKY Mrckey Sodth Scranton Cornmercrol Chorus Newspaper Staff Yearbo Stall Not too tall and very neot A nrcer gurl youll never meet ok ROBERT KOCHIS South Scrarton Practtcal A ts Good lookrr-g bc, always neat of un nt be JOSEPH KOIZEN Vflfl Samuel Morse Cornmercnal Basketball Baseball Letterrnens Club Newspaper Yearbook A wonderful guy lxked by all Smcere a Cl golly and fanrly a EUGENE KORJESKI er South Scranton Commercial Gene IS capable clever and gay An all around fellow nn every way CARL KOSINSKI Kosch Johnson General Hts frlendshtp really as worthwhxle He greets everyone wnth a smlle MARY KOWALSKI Killer Naduson Cornmerclal Cheerrng Sectuon French Club Honor Socnety Newspaper Bnology Club Mary IS not auuet by any mean She alway l- ns sornethnng to 5 t seems 'T 5 Q' -gg if 'Fu Ha 1 1- 131' AWK" raw., -Q L Sh' 3 M Xa. Xl ?""' 34 WILLIAM KOZLANSKY North S rdhtcn Practlca Arts I a L, or vs c e DOROTHY KRAGER o South Scranton Commerclal A gurl who found a place an our hearts Tech wull be sad when she departs ROBERT KREILICK Crlck Prescott Practrcal Arts Football Baseball Lettermens Club Track Newspaper Yearbook A helpnna hcmd ready to lend Always there when you need a frxend JOHN KRUEGER Butsne South Scranton Practlcal Arts Chorus Track A tall boy wnth a heart of old Hts lrnendshup keeps hum from growmg o EUGENE KRUK Gene rmcl F tfo e Practical r Student Couhc l 1 rutct he never has lusse r es the r , . K L ' , 6 lv' c ' ' l , ' .,I . Y AK " ' Brll s Q lf 'horn Full f -ca ' beat. We fm Glw'-W5 ' lY ' T f A l x If 'll " I K. , .. , "D t" . n , ' t ll. F J F 'Ai1,,l?r.:'-, is I it 2 ng .1 I "K " . . I ' 'ff' ' X ll 4 x V' C ' A X x X 4 O X, ' V I I . L A aw . 9 V 'E V A ld. X X r 5. , A f ' 1 l ll I I s T Sa 14 .B. st rs r ' Ats A A Q. L lv class so 5 A d, V I L -S' I ' A Bat out rn a L owd he rms dust rs rc sa r 1 X E PATRICIA LANGAN fr n NIAO KENNETH LAMPMAN rtn crmfn zcttc K rnf t Q CHARLOTTE LEE Chee Chee .lc-hn Adams Practlcal Arts Band Cheerlng Section rencllf ml e the tl Sparklnng luke o shnny dame NEAL LESH West Scranton Commercial Swlmmtng Team Drawing and clancung are thus boy 5 oys And he does these better than most boys JAMES LEWIS Lu Lu Prescott Practlcol Arts Band Orchestra Swlmmlng A helpful lad with o frnendly srnnle To help you out he d walk a mule NANCY LEWIS VI 3 ro rm 42 'G' Q., 3 6" 'S 2 al ,A F tr 'P 425, "wifi ' 1 1 na' 5 I 'Tix' 'H 4 'ij A " .av 30 sun' s cn e how true omng P- e trs to THOMAS LEWIS Louue rtl' Sc cmt n J l ta e Crew Dum tcs Chorus smlltng cf N an' .IEANNE LINDERMAN North Scranton Practxcal Arts A gal who has many frnends Because theres no one she attends ROBERT LIPSKI l South Scranton Practxcal Arts Baseball Basketball He s a qulet sort of guy But dont get me w ang hes not shy CATHERINE LOWRY Cathy North Scranton Commercial Dramatucs On her word shell never go back Ernends thts gnrl will never lack "P:'tV g C - A,d.s:' C:"'re'cru1 - I Q. VNU If Co 5'-2.31 Grs' S:-": N,f.3o'::-' ' 6' S- SC'I'l S5'3"l5'l PCSIICUI AVIS Crows 57 'f . C we' 3 5'-KII9' Pam sc: na e, slnnzf, 's 1' s':'ron, are IIC TR and CO5 ' ' I Lucky' 'na fha. , 'names fx :'e'- I I 1 'ill I I El WCAG :LCV II you ation. l S f ,f I ,, No S ' to Prf al Arts S A Na . f o Prfcticu Arts e. rs ace as he can be, ' I ' S Q . f gg Tha ls easy for all to s-e. A " b T , ,yn :WW I-, 'f I I Tom's the boy Nho'll get somewhere . tm!" I L 7 I " a I I .vi ,, V Sf'-rv I A tl t s 'l all 'r-ne, , ' I I' HL-pl! 'KC 1 - I ' f S' JOSEPH MCANDREW Carbondale General Heres a lad we are rot overlooklrg Because hes the ore wh so good lookrng JOSEPH MCCARTHY North Scranton Proctucal Arts For from aulet as some 'nay thunk On a frnendshup chain hes valuable n MARY JEANNE McCARTHY Chapel Commercral Biology Club llbrary Club Newspa per Staff Yearbook Stott Neat petite and very sweet H res a gal that cant be at CATHERINE MCCAULEY Ko South Scranton Cornmerclal Always smlles and says hello No sweeter gal youd luke to know BARBARA MCDONALD Bobs South Scranton Corrrnercral Honor Socuety Chorus Yearbook Staff Newspaper Staff A trrendly person wrth trnendly ways Shell have frlends the rest of her day 9'-n. v y +75- l lin' 0 ips. 'ii'-3" Q 7' 1 WILLIAM McGEE eclr l P ctlcal ways a k tu l o w anos 're uy es ure JOAN McHALE Joanne North Scranton Commerclal o know thrs gurl rea treat She has personolnty that cant be beat FRED MCKEON West Scranton Procttcal Arts Football Pres of Lettermens ub Baseball Basketball Track Student Councrl Newspaper Red Cross Rep A friendly smile for everyone Here s a guy who s lots of fun JOSEPH MACEYKO oe John Adams Practical Arts Band Orchestra Football Track Baseball We can agree with Joe wlth ease Hes good natured and easy to please THEODORA MALARA Tedd e John Marshall Cornmerclal Techettes Newspaper Honor Socuety Red Cross Rep Chorus Student Councrl Lrbrary Club Frencn Club Blology Club A real cute doll known to all JANET MALONEY an tn S 'rt cla Ho o Soctety Newspape Yearoook Rea Cro s RED Janet ts so cute and weet T e klncl of gal we luke to m et CAROL MANLEY South Scranton Practlcal Arts Selsgayandfll of n She gets along wxth everyone MARION MARCINKEVICH North Scranton Commercial 47' 'C' 6 hw mug? Orchestra Newspaper Staff Year IQ, ,Q book Staff Honor Socuety Heres a gal so sweet and gay So very nice ln every way MARLENE MARCINKEVICH Moe North Scranton Commercial Orchestra she bashful shy or kee This gurl IS always on the beam CATHERINE MARINELLI Babe North Scranton Commerclal Ticket Seller cute gal w h Ion Who IS ever so faur F4242 6 Y., 1 4.1 ,N ANTHONY MARO Butch Ca neclr l P actnca Arts Football Sfvnrnnwng He s you pal and frnend Fam start to end MARILYN MARTIN Marty South Scranton Commercial Chorus Drarnatucs Yearbook Stat? Always looks so cute and neat She also as so very sweet IRENE MARUHNICH Renee North Scranton Commercral ot es d o .1 Of good cheer she has a Ion LORRAINE MARZANI or: Samuel Morse Commercnal Newspaper Staff Yearbook S a brary Club She may be small But what a doll' MARLENE MASKER Madnson Practlcal Arts Cheerung Sectuon e ts y d n She gets along wnth everyone ROBERT MASLAR 2 :Uv O 7 C :S fs.- l fl E I L, 'W l n JEAN MATULAVICH Y Mack Q North Scranton Comrnerc ol Newspaper Staff We all thunk she s very sweet Her personal ty cant oe ect JOHN MAY Jack Audubon Practlcal Arts He s full of vlgor and vlm now hum ts Ike ROBERT MAYER Bob rescott Pvactncal Arts Hes one lad who knows how to keep It an one Gets xnywhere h vytll WILLIAM MENTZ M vtngt n F .1 ttcu SVw'll""TIIY'Ig esa d P Vkro blushes vhen the 'Ka 'N - K 2' 1. 4- 0 2 S.. NANCY MERRICK Pleas lfvay e r' .1 y .N 6 THELMA MICHAELS e South Scranton Practical Arts W t a gal' ther ntce she Il be your a ALVIN MICHINSKI South Scranton Proctucol Ar Prolectuon Club A ntcer lad you couldnt know When tt cornes to chatter he can really JOANN MILES No th Scranton Cornmercual Newspaper Staff Joo n IS so small ond sweet Ana alwoys looks so very ne t DELORES MILLER Dc I, Corfrre :tal Cnee J Se tr eal 5 I GAIL MILLER Gay ver Her f suveef eeo era bea' MARILYN MILLER e e ra S Y ISI T .zfsvvhyw Ynrnk sness o HELEN MILLOW South Scranvon CornmerclaI Honor Socnefy Yearbook Sa We heres a gurl whos really smart W' her braxn sheII never par? LUCILLE MITCHELL Mitch Sou?n Sc anton ComrnercnaI Chorus Yearbook Staff w hees a gIrI whos sure pass She s got looks and Io?s of class PATRICIA MOLNAR a ST Josephs Ca'nrnercIaI Band Ocnesfra Dance Cornn-mee Newspaper Yearbook Now heres a gaI Thais Iwked by aII Ge! ner sfarved r-a rom. II have a ball R50 'Q Y? 3' 1' 'Q y H11 'Z' Al' ,9- fb N ir" LEO MORAN .ff e 3 I. use n Y ELIZABETH MOTT Betff ufh Scr nfon Comm cu Honor So Ierf Newspaper Staff Cho- fagh -:fn sr' FISVVQ IK O JEAN MOZELESKI Jeannne Soufh Scranton Commercial Ahhough she s quIe1 and seldom heard She never speaks an unpIeasanf word MARY ELLEN MURPHY Murph South Cafhollc Commercial Honor Soaety Shes a gal whos reaIIy sw ef Ju to rreef her as a fr at DONALD NAEHER Buck South Scranvon PracYucaI Arts Honar Socrefy Tms boy we know IS krnd of shy B 1 we aII Thank hes a wonderfuI guy PAULA NAGER Kenwood Hugh Commercnal Dramattcs Spamsh Club Pettte and small thats Paula for sure Theres a gurl who as sweet and pure ROBERT NEVEROSKI Ney Audubon Practical Arts too shy kund of qu et Get htm started what a rtot ELIZABETH MAE NEW Betty Mae North Scranton Commercial Mlxed Chorus Betty New IS never blue She s always gat a laugh for you KATHLEEN NICOLAS Kathy Adams Commerctal Kathy may be rather small But that means nothmg after all MARY ANN NIERODA South Scranton Commerctal a l and u e we r twur e p ts all the boys n a w tr vii? ... f 53 QF' Yin, 4 151 VX Z' JoANN NOLE Audubon Commercual Student Councnl Chorus Sweet and t endly as her styl Shes one who always wears a smule GEORGE NORKAITIS North Scranton Commerctal Football Lettermen s Club Now heres a guy the gurls ll I e Boy can he sure make a strtke FEDELE NOTO South Scranton Practecal Arts Nat too serlous not too gay But a frlend tn every way RUTH NOVAK Ruthie North Scranton Commercial Quiet sweet and derrture T s IS Ruth we all are su e GAIL OAKES Gay North Scranton Commercnal Honor Socnety Newspaper Staft Lattn Club Yearbook Stott e muse and not a For prectous thmgs are very small ANN O DONNELL KATHLEEN O HARA nl., , fu., Syl-, SK: F ,. f.,, ,. ,. ,., 1-' A A .,.J.,,, f my JOHN O'NEILL 'Jun-.' flwk vwff V 1 ROBERT ORGILL Ncfrr' Si"f1'wTLm P - ' ,' nic fdlcv. 'E-- fu ':, A ,N ,rf J .. ,V BARBARA ORLOSKI SZ :f:f'i'1 Cznkwf' A 'f,' 'xrci 5.-.set wt, ff wwf. fo. f- 'Q ' . f' Q 1 'V X, 'f 94 we 2-A 5. . 7---v A , 23 Q n E P' Q 1""' I 'Ds T 'Z CLAUDIA OVENS f ,, ,Vg 1 2 gh ff, if "JU L, JOSEPH PACIFICO 3 'Zz "V-itz' 3 :Qu F-"1 H: 2 1 3 E'J'Y'9'VU'j 'Hn' Cf'1f7C LUCY PAGLIARI L:-' 3' ' zvwiw ?r'::rLc: Of: Z1 Cfimi 15 ffm :FG MV, 'nf mg 15 L,gf, S1','S Qfcvyowf: SALVATORE PALUMBO Zn Soyr' Szfnr-fer' Prncricc. Crzms me rv ' 'Ns sr'wNe, ms ffwer' ' "2-me hm 3 fovorwve x C fb BETTY PASKO Norte S:'of':o Ccffwerccr Joram' CNE fJeNrg"H r:'c swee' 5: r : Wee' BARBARA PASTELOK "Bobr:1e" North Scromon Corrrwf-rigor A Uieerful gre-ewrg f1 frrerdry vmle, Happy-goblucky rs he' :1yNe BARBARA PASZEK 'Boooie' Norm Scranton Corwwercior Honor SocieYy Student Cows? Yeor- book, Newsrzgoer Cupubre, deyer, and guy, An JN-:round gurl rr every way ra 'K 1 O -- Y- a.- VY'-f Wise ,Lg 4' an v 7 .A K' arf" "A f 1 ul its Yi- 'Ei ROSEMARIE PAULAUSKAS "Rosie" North Scrcrr-ton Proctrcol Arts Bond Orcwestro Newspaper Smff A spczrklmg eye, cn rvnppy SYBD, Heres o urrl wirh lofs of pep 5- 'ks 3 x :' iw ,, fee ,sen 4 35 .. 'W GEORGE PENN N , rr Crm: 'ir Proc' C15 AY: " 4. 3' e ' 'fees vit' ' 'EUQQC ANN MARIE PERRY 'XJ3"'kSC"1VV'Q' Ceo" r Sie ri gentrc, foe is shy, Em were IS rwsdwlef rr her eye GRACE PETRINI "Sfrr'me" South Summon Commercrd Honor Socrety--Treos Srudent Coun M Nc-wspcrzer Yearbook rn uypeilrurce olwuys HCOY, Nrw her nature urwoys sweet. ROBERT PETTINATO Boo' Cerwffol General Swrvfwng Foorbofl A srcrper dresser cannot be found, nd Wherever you look rr- our or on grou JOHN PHILBIN 'fdortel ST Cds' 5 Qtr-ed' :' Prezivrffnx Ar? F ,. df. ok. Are. Gmc' Grd SM, 5.v,1re,1Nr ie Qu. ROBERTA PHILLIPS 'B:z:.:"' Sc." f CQWNJW' Hopi' it ',- Q e-5'e: N ,- Stag .f'3"utt:s C'eer'1 Q P':':" ECE' at L'-'Law J Sfe . ' Ye 5 f Shes cf 'of tg' ' zf- DELORES PIASECKI "Dee Dee" Sootr Scwfttoh R':c?:3L I-"3 Drcwzftcs Btc.13g,fC -o Dee 'tomty does Fave u Lot of She: 3 tzettte dvds Sweet 'usz MARY PIAZZA "Pizza" South Scfcmton Commercic! Btofogy Ctub A wcodeffut C,C5S7"1lTC so Q,te Jrd sweet, A mcer gtrl ycu'H never rv-cet. ,cg-,, . gf 4 g 3- r +1 .4 " R' .1 Q 1 N F 'E dos: uv CEILIA PICCOTTI "Ceil" South Scranton Commerctof Biology Club Here's o miss thats on tite bctl, Sweet ond slim cmd not too toll 9-. t'-I' Nr' rw-"N if 15 'ur-Y' 34. i. is THEODORE PIETRZYKOWSKI ':CCf if , C-rr, ff f',-M.. , 4- -. .J ., L.- f: Br: Chzws 3rc"ct :S "yes 3 ' 53' 1'5" 3.67, Oni? Q1 7 ANITA POWELL HA, Szrmel 'foie Qzfwrefz Nensoime' SMH? TSW and 5'::teLy, 5tor',ng TOC To some loc-fy guy shew 'Jr 'Lys L: M, JANICE POWELL "Jim" Scot-w Scrotdcn Co't"'Q'it3. Ofwhvztics Cwous Ltzwt, CMM. Qwgt, Itxezzble, :nd Sweet, TM: kind of gurl one ltkf,-5 to mee DONALD PREGMON Dar" Cltvedrct Dwtztcat Footboll Mgr Bosketb:1HMg' Genie Mahfvs it goes hyd for No deed to fro ts too yea' cr to smut! LEONARD PURTA Ler' C:1tnedr::L R'11cftcutf1'ts Foot:u'xH B45-xetbwtt Lerv-X, ts Lvufdsorrc cmd ship os C dow 'flitvrh tt gtfs, he H stent you' het JUDITH RAFTER 'wore .2 4 Nyfr Sifzr-fi' Cc""'e'cr:' 2'c"':' :s Cfcrss 'wewszzcer SEV vt'-1 Grrk' S::rfs Q':'es'r': A v.-cfs T1:m,'WQ, mae' dsc, She'H 'gr stop mri' sre's YHQLQ' JUDITH RAYANNIC 'Ju-Ju" SOUTN SCVUHTCV1 Comrmfrru! Newspaper Stuff Crwcvus 'V' A perscruli1yCl.Js has Yhis yowwg Nuss I "- ' X He' urrumorws so great no me else cur surpruis DANIEL REESE 'Dessxeu :tg Norfh Summon Pructncul Arfs i WnYrcmwvc1lSofTbQH Buskefbcdl Track 2 Always h:1pp',,uNw:1-ysfree, 4 0 RN ANTHONY RUSSO .R ,ge wow' - 'QCA' Q ,QW :'::f:: f'4"s r ,- T---.f :3:':: 5:eke':i:' 'ran Bgsebc ar: t':.+.m 3 : ly hd, Hes "zz W- f::, we :est ': :ze rgc QW 91. f' 1 NIN pu ' f , '- 1 , ' 2. X V-4 , if' ANNETTE RUTKOUSKAS 'Tom' Somb Scrcrrom PvuUwCL1,ArYs Anreve Rukzwbzf sre comes :rom SOLM. Shes short and pr6VTy cfwond fn doubt ROSEANNE RYBCINSKI Qowmgfon Carr-vzucwol Horn' Somew Baird Lworurw Uub Newsrmper Stag Bxology Club Red Cross Pep A que! loss, the Des! in me class, S576 reednf5eJr,sP'e'I13'w0ys pass MARY RYDER 'Mee'f" NOrThSCV11r1Qn Cornnwercml Drurvafics Newspaper Stuff Red Cross Rep Yeurbsok STQH A regqhr fdfcw 45 he X I ' JOAN ROGERS North Scrmror Ccnvwwerzygl N G 2 Drumghcs Pro cchsn CMI: Sudan! 3, -' Councwl Honor Surely Cr-vc-vxvfx z 56' 5 semen French cms M . ' She'sf:1H ond brwghY,v11cg:l mice qui, x SP1c'Hss-1 sorvefe-Now s heart cz-ws rl A' ' BARBARA ROTHKA 'Brix 1 SA ,,, cY,,,,,,-F rw-,,L.,, . , Q B-rr ' 'Q-NN M-M-' "Li s" 1'--rvs-'-'V Q as Srrgs :JC VC 1s::uYwcsQmQi:rf,r:'f 4' C ' F A twmkling eyQ,uhupC,'s1e,Z, He'e s Q gm! wah .ers cf DSP CAROL SACHSE J B o Sre r mt SIMON SAKEVICH Slgh orn o Pro tlcal Arts f 1 N th crowd BARBARA SALTISAK Bobs North Scranton Commercial Cho us Cute ond sweet we all surrnlse Watch out fellows when she rolls those eyes PAUL SAMPSON Om Washungton Proctlcol Arts Football Track Basketball Mgr Band Orchestra Yes by golly ol that s o SALLY SANDERS John Adams Cornrnerclol Bond Drum Mo,orette Newspaper Staff Gnrls Sports Heres cl cute ond lolrhanred loss She s well known an our class ANTOINETTE SANDROWICZ d wSp :mr n o ear KATHLEEN SAROKAS 'yy " Kgthf tn S Jr' an r o s Jr the rott r ot om lrg ls go beat MICHAEL SATOR ra. N- Mnke 3' North Scranton Proctlcal Art Intramural Football Track S no 6 els rea swl u ESTELLE SATUNAS Q ,Q Stella North Scranton Cornmerclol Color Guard French Club Newspaper is Stott Gurls Sports A gurl wlth o chorrn all her own Makes her ottractnve ond well known FRANK SCANLON 5 Q' Audubon Comrnerclol Swlrnrnlng Dromotucs sf ' Alwafs akes lute so sunny Wnth hns remarks so very funny 4.1 X f 1. ji "YOnQ" .1 lf-Cdii'-' 6 'G'E'2- 5. Q ' SCJ' S:':ftof C:""e':ol or' Stsc-eerie,-:IL Q77 03,5 Ne xefgfyf 3 f ,g QU' lf 52-S 'J m2're'S :'- -2 me, , were: 3 gvl he re,-er 'eod . e-.r F22 tc :e soc J to 1 ce, 5,1 5-gg 3 Ng - Mn ,,, ,Jeff . 5 In. 'V' U A 'I F '35, . H F H J 'MS ,. ,C' j , l Nor. :ff 1 Covwrrext l A bg. ,mg 5 nm Jew loud, Y-X', Q""' Chorus Newspaper Stoll Stull llkes 'O llrfer' ith -e , Her V' 9 L' 3 leelf K' Th' r !'s really on we ' fo 'L f . I 1' l' l f P I I J , ,, , N-' . ' S ' v f ,S L1 - ' '. 'wg . ' ' LS lhl is Ile, H 3 I el g y. 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' DONNA SCHELLER oc So tn Scronto Cornrrre cr l l C o u O hestro .J r and lc JOSEPH SCHELLER OE Outh Scvantor' Practucjl rs Track Our Joe IS tall md dark Beware gurls hell steal your he rt JANET SCHICK Chnckle North Scranton Commerclol Chorus Newspaper Yearbook Staff A very pleasant gurl as she Fond of her we ll always be FRED SCHIMPFF Fritz Madlson Practlcal Arts Football Basketball Track ln ,ntterbuggmg he cant be beat Stand back and watch has flylng feet HERMAN SCHIRG South Scranton Pratt cal Art A real Good Joe So mce to know u-S -0 1' adv" ,Y 7 5 or sf 5 hor' rl 1- If Q K 14" ly, r 'n WILLIAM SCHMIDT l U 6 CIZJ Na s -4 e he doe w ease DONALD SCHRANER DVS South Scranton Practncal Arts Basketball Swumrnmg Track ng she h hear :soo mce gurl would llke htm as a beau BARBARA SCHROEDER Bobs Madlsan Cornmerclal French Club Newspaper Band Or chestra Blology Club Yearbook Staff Cvlrls Sports Cute rntellngent ond really hep B r s the gurl who us full of p DONALD SCHULTHEIS ush Audubon Practncal Arts t you thlnk hes quret t a s a wrong guess He can sure add has share of rolllness JACQUELYN SCHULTZ Jackte ol-n Adams Cornmerc l Honor Society Newspaper Orchestra D r e Comm Hee Red Cro s 'e all Ln vw trts gal as Jackxe Snes popul r too and we love her by acres JUDY LEE SCHULTZ Sc th 'r N J Y V r' U 9 JOSEPH SECOR Zeke S sth Sc Jnton Proctlcol Arts ery quuet cl so ve y s stu rr o very nnce u RUTH SEELEY Ruthie Prescott Proctlcol Arts Biology Club Shes not too notsy when theres much to be sand her hour IS beoutllul o bright s :ng red JOSEPH SELETYN Jaboo South Sc anton Proctlcol Arts A good looknng fellow as you cor see And lust rs nrce os nuce con be JOSEPH SEVENSKY Joe South Scronton Practncal Arts Our Joe ts really nlce to know Hts friendly solrlt hell gladly show ,K 1- f-' 5-1 Y' 'sv' 'Q env' ND 1" xl. YQ' BARBARA SHABROSKI Ba D fn Sc e s Honor Q E l V Nefvspco r when tne esso'ne ng t S O NCP F Cl YS sn p she s .N n GEORGE SHEFTIC Central General Handbook Latln Tlclcet Stsw VV en hes out n rowd the le George lS the ooy who as hound to sn ceed RUSSELL SHELP Russ North Scranton Practical Arts Swlrnrnlng From North he came wlth has hoppy smlle Hell keep you smllnng all the while BETTY MAY SHERBOURNE Betty North Scranton Commercial Chorus Dromotucs Neot and frlendly oll the whlle Shes olwoys weorlng o pleosont smnle JOHN SICA North Sc onton Proctlcol Arts He s ust plann cute to say thts we dare The gols really go for that block woyy hour ANN SICO Adams Commercual Newspaper Staff Thus gal as frnendly all the trrne To help anybody she d stop on a dnme OZZIE CURTIS SIMMS Ozark Washtngton Practncal Arts Football Basketball Track Bnology Club Student Council Lettermen SC ub This boy IS llvely and full of pep In all our actrvntues hes really ep ELLIOT SMALL Madlson Commerclal Stage Crew Student Cauncnl Chorus Newspaper Staff Football Elliott always has a lake He makes blues go up In smoke THOMAS SMITH Tommy North Scranton Practncal Arts Shy ns he and quuet too But he leaves a good umpressron on you LILLIAN SNYDER North Scranton Commercial Honor Socnety Techettes Newspaper Staff Chorus l.at1n Club She 15 always sm lung and full of glee Thats our Lullran Yesvree' 5 ...pf Z X ll f il K T NJ' 10- -uf" ml s in ALEX SONCOTSKI North Scranton Cornrnercsal Aex rs never unfrmendly at all Hes handsome sincere and really qune tall KENNETH STAFF Kenny Washlngton General Football Mgr Baseball Mgr Though he wasnt a star he wasnt b ue For a managers lob ns Important too EDWIN STANTON Eddle Coalbaugh Practical Arts A sure and capable friend May hls smule forever be hus trend RICHARD ALVIN STAPLES Dlc South Scranton Baseball Dramatucs LettermansClub Arnbltnon us a thang that Duck wlll never shun success ns to be found ut shal e thus one DORIS STELENE John Adams Commercual Spanush Club Red Cross Rep A Iruendly smule a cheery hello To a helpmg hand shell never say no NANCY STONE ROBERT STORM ROSE MARIE STOTT KELSON STUTZMAN SALLY SWEENEY AHA 25 l, 3 'C 1 CAROL ANN SWINGLE RONALD TAYLOR Jr' JOSEPH TENALLY ELIZABETH THOMAS RAYMOND THOMAS IFC ax SALLY ANN THOMAS f- AL 'C E 6 MARGARET TORBA Corrc 3 MO 5 Crvwmerq Horror S CIC? 'wow-P v'-c 1 r IQVVDCVI roo ,I n fhmj to dren PATRICIA TORQUATO Poky Morse Corr'r'ercIoI Honor Sooety Spomsh CI b rs QrrI rn me , vm e c vx If CARL TOTH Tone n Ad rvs tr I 2 res o Iod ycu sIwoJId re Im W woys IMDI ,f md orfr JEAN TOWNSEND Norm Com rm: C w 2 Ic C or I r,fC In A c 'Q 'WL c r' Wrvof "wp we occ 35- KX K1 r CAROL TRUDNOWSKI LOIS TRUDNOWSKI rcI'cY1o T cn Q 1 CILLJ Hu? SWQII pc som Immw 5 'r mv rua d no PATRICK TRUNZO North Scrc,rYcr1 Co'r1rrerCIoI QSKQIIQII Foofb I Lerrerr'ensCII,b Trrcx French C TOIJ d arwdsorre WIC! wg y He sure com cofch ony gIrI s eye DOROTHY TUNIS Derry Norm Scronion Comme c QI Drcwotrcs Newspaper SYQH ToIem Iooks ond persormlrty e s I ec y o ANNA MAE VALENCHES efvchy ' r' cv cfI Dr r-w trcs CI In S c ce Cub Cue Lrro Qwest Jwrc or ce be' pus ALBERTA VIOLA YH Honor S ews Chorus A ways To cleer wa K a MARLENE VITALE Nur No th SCVUYTI n Cgfvfrerqtgl w rler News c. er Sta? :J us PTA Rep Here s a grrl wro s really Pep r Mar ene lst l of JOHN VOCKROTH Vock Cathedral ProcttcalArts F otbal T c Alwa,s ca et ee nefer a wo Walks along In no hurry ANN MARIE VOHAR K tten South Scr ton Practcal A Honor Socuety nn can J C ok and sew A pretty Q t we re glad ta know JUDITH WAGNER Judy Audubon Co rv-erctol hes a Q rt w os awoys gay Na matter what tt e of nlght or day EUGENE WALSH B zz or rf S arton a f-rr P- 5 s c n K JEROME WALSH S ranton C wc,s ras Soren r rnf to We renllv ltke h rn efery way JOSEPH WATKINS NO th SC anton Pr cttcdl Arts Not too toll very neat by r 're VIRCINIA WATSON G nger Norm Scranton Cornrfe c al Newsoaper Staff O chestra Su and spuce A d ch So mce MARY LOUISE WHITE Ma y Lou Cathedral Comme qlgl Sp n sh Club Ktnd of qutet but very neat Mor, Lou ust cant be beat SANDRA WHITE gn.- ROBERT WICKEL V rr v: L w rw f EVELYN WILCZYNSKI "1 VV DAVID WILLIAMS 'L THORNTON WILLIAMS xf 'fx 7 JAMES WOLF A cr JERRY WOLF MARLENE WOLFE WILLIAM WREN MARTHA YANISKO V 'Ez' ':. j 'JIM' I M., 1,,.,.,, ',..,, ,,,.: , . f"'.r5' 9'3:'Q3I ' -- -. - . .. . . -I W, : .f C,f.:5.,3 :-I 1 53,21 -C - 'i-me :rx :once gps, 53' : 3-5 GM 5, 59, leefy '- If-is cpe? 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MM Us of w are fJ um fr r crm w every me GUY ZARRA Guss funk Om As fmewds JOHN ZARUMBA Z K SV ,, is Bczske' A E' U rw F r W V CK 'V- .l JN Q 67" FELIX ZELENOWSKI I ANITA ZIPPITELLI JEAN ZUERBLIS Asfc Aw WALTER ZYGMUNT Off J 0608 Technucal Hugh School has always been great And wull contunue beung at the very hughest rate A year goes by so quuckly uts almost un a wunk Another autumn and then sprung and June us here lust thunk We thus year are senuors and the tume thus year dud fly As we are leavung Technucal we thunk back wuth a sugh Of all the happy days we ve spent we never wull forget All the fruencls we ve made at Tech and those we ve never met All the teachungs fun and glory wuthun these walls shall thruve Thus wonderful school wull stand forever un sturduness she ll struve She ll never be forgotten un any future year nor the memorues that she holds for to us they re very dear She s always ready to serve let us hold her banner hugh for Technucal us a tradutuon that wull not ever due It must be carrued on and on and treasured as un the past Let her name be echoed through the years lust as long as tume shall last 4 . . , . 1 , . 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 . . , . , . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-u .f . 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Wu Donald Drosbo qs Robert Kiotz i Donold Pregmon Allcm Dovns Mgr Leonard Purto Robert Krerlack Wrllvom Hoftmon George Norkcutls Paul Sampson Absent Mrchael Balcrlus Co Capt WL ' rw M X, H 1 Pl' . . ffny !"' t 1 ff- . -- U ' X5 , l , r.r, t 4 -'ap , f Q " K 9 'lr, I x fi f , rf? i 1 ir' B A I X' 'if X ii' N r , A r X, Vi 'Cb' i " f Q4 xt e ' - READING CLOCKWISE 0 F .J C f K T ROW Jc e H fn Richard Jeske Ko ze Dora C1 S 'wroner r' Co Haro' Fcmdm c. re D ROW A D J es C c X 'Cn m P Y S1 n 'r 5 Joh ovcvro and Ke evh S105 Mgrs FIRS : 5 Q Sw. ffs, ,Jcsesh l H, . 1 5 , Par Tr. zo, EY, .G ' ' , 'NNMH' Hoffwzzn, R32 'Y frews SEC- ON : on , oc h, PGM Aw , Emm em Mgr-cger, au 'mp so, Tn: o Wlfhams, rv TA k, Cm! Hulkyer, Put Pomle, Donald Lee S'Q"e': C4 "5 ,eye few' wwe, 1 J eezr Kgzcd HVZG :':'v ' 31' v'V'Z3 F D TECH PLACE DATE OPP J F Om, F f rv e ff TNOJ mber mf 6 Nov rrbe 70045 7144! TEAM TECH OPP Carbondale D S rw C f 0 Old E6 Q C orks S 'v Cefwtml Seanad Wa!! 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'nfl Span Pap S 3. 1 S Q 1 TK ' You CAN I PUT A Gooo TECH MAN AND AWAY WE GO DOWNW pd I af Xi- NI READING CLOCKWISE Ear ci VN th Fed M1gncHo Peter DoyNe Cecil Gorey Aidwun Jones Reese 901 FH f L nd vfdfr R mhw bl 1 J Seruor members of the squad are Barbara Galluccu and Duane Bettu Co Capts Anuta Cardona Barbara Geusshardt Teddue Malara Faye Fern Co Capt Carol Trudnasku Lous Trudnoslcu Sherru Hummel Peggy Kearney CaCapt Luluan Snyder Arlene Crumb and Bar bara Shabroslcu These are the peppy gurls who have cheered our boys on to many vuctorues and have helped to keep theur morale hugh even when they were behund They are Sheula Vvhutrnore Stephue Ulucny Bar bara Geusshardt Teddue Malara Esther Grassu Sherru Hummel Anuta Cardana Glorua Vagnettu SECOND ROW Peggy Kearney Louuse Lamond Judy Knauer Sally Johns Mary Lou Healey Ruta Gerardu Duane Bettu Barbara Galluccu Barbara Shabroslcu Luluan Snyder Lous Trudnosku Carol Trudnoslqu Arlene Crumb and Faye Fern Mrs Ida Phullups Reese was certaunly an able durector of the group u lour und ans th s year were certu nly fo r at the clcsss test g us Trey da a wonaerlul an of leaudung tre Techettes n Ol vheur rautures Frarn rught to uelt they are Barbara Galluccu Duane Bettu Peggy Kearney and Faye Fern O , ' . . f- fu u ' pret- A ,. V l y r , tu u u 62 I Left fo rlghf Ann Marne Anglnn Llnda D YS Barbara Zanecavage Ellen Dunugg Marlene Vllale Eleanor Brler Lynne Cluft Head Ma oretle Eyelyn Wulczynskr Connle Lrpuslco Judy Weller Jane? Foytaclc and Cora Donovan Head lndlan Barbara Galluccl and Head Twnrler Lynn Clif? Tnls group of hugh sleomna young lassues added much color and beauty fo The football games pep rallies and parades Mlss Lynne Clnff recupuenf of many 'rwnrlnng medals led The squad Through thenr many unique rou Tlne-S Sensors rn The group were Lynne Clrfl Eleanor Brier Ellen Dulnlgg Janet Fayfaclc Marlene Vitale and Eve lyn Wllczynskl 67 ' , ' ', GW, , ' , f , , l ,-.' , , f , fl 1 , - , N.. , ' l I I I I I '- Me young loans lncwe led all the porodes IH wlwlclw Tech hos been repre lr cl uncl lwom pornclpo cd n fleld snows and un mony ossemblles They ore from lt to gm Connlc G andy mn 0 Brennan Estelle Sotunos Slmrley Froble ond Poffue Longcn 1 I CSOCXET '7fa42fa.f ev-fair.: "N-nv -f,ff,1E5f'f"M- Yugi' IH? maggvilirq' wwwmhw 1-w"""" qffxff ,fm"""' 'KM fx """"""'q if ff' off: A" 'iff AAF iq fd 5' Rx I f l 4 , A J f L ,f V f' 1, ' , " A X . "' K 0 A' Ia ZA V o I, E Z' x 1 . . J . 1 A ' 6 "' ,E - ' .W E ...N . , I . Q ' Af' A vu 3 ' , . ' jhh, '57 3 f J .J 'lf 1,55 J ,. Nam I. J. I !: :LV at J 'wr v?7i:'fJ.'P'4, I 4 ,V ' If , .1 I 1 111 I ff. -, "UM, yi, sl't.,b1'L,,f5.i' gf! ,I 4 tr 4' I if 5: gl' rl , I 'xlx,,N-'Su db -4-K 2, ,J Ai, .Ango I ,. ht - neun Sum., ' . fm V' ' N H v fx..--.,,q,,.,-. 1 - " I I- V I V R' ' A I A ' vb. , I '. wr ' The Sensor Class held vuctory dances after the football games In the Boy s Gym Al though the games werent all vuctorres everyone enloved themselves The musuc was furnnshed by a gukebox featuring all the latest hut tunes Many ofthe other schools helped support these dances To usher in the day of spooks and watches Tech held nts annual Halloween Dance on a Frlday nnght Due to the tact that a football game was played precedung the dance the dance dud not get crowded untul nme o clock or later To add a little zest to the dance a few of the school clowns came IH costumes Pruzes were awarded for the funmest pret tuest and most orgunal costumes Werent you really sorry when the even mg ended? 66 The Apprecvatlon Dance was held on a wunte ntght and thos who were pr sent wall hot forget how cold It wasl Thrs dance ts one that holds a lot of suspense untul Mr 8. Mtss Tech are cho Our chotce thus year was Drone Bettt one of the ntcest and fruendlxest gtrls to be found Donny Drasba although a luttle hy at Hrst he ts a swell guy wh n you get to know hum The music was provuded by Tony Brzenslo and hns ,azz band How about It one and all dtdn t you have o wonderful Mme? The thurd annual Chrnstmas formal the Frosty Froluc was sponsored by the Tech ettes Twtrlers and Color Guard The dance was held at the Century Club Under the beautiful star decorations slcurts swirled to the mustc of John Cordon: and has band The dance was a bug success and ended at T2 P M All who attended had a marvelous tlme Www The Nattonal Honor Socuety conducted a square dance an the Boys Gym In Jan uary Music was furnushed by the Premier Pioneers Although the weather was not good many attended and had a wonderful tame We have very few square dances at Tech but when we do have one you can be sure they are bug successes 67 n a . . . F . X 6 9 . , ' ' I , s ' " . ' " sen - . Q . A A . . , V . . , . , . 0 , . 0 . . . , - , . Www S On Feb ua y 3 l95o Nenty tvo l-lono Society students lett for New York Cnty at sw oclock n tl e mo ning Altl ougn they vere a ltttle sleepy eyed they reached theur de trnatton sately to the Untted Na ons Butldtng and later to Roduo Ctty Musuc l-lall R ports stated tnot everyone had a glorlous time wlth the exceptuon ot lust betng pooped out The Techettes Twnrlers and Color Guard held a Valentrnes Day Dance ID the Boys Gym Musuc was lurnushed by the school tulcebox Door prlzes were guven away to the lucky wunners At ll OO o cloclc the doors were closed and everyone left having had a good tame A dance to welcome sprung was held by the Senlor Class on Friday Aprul 27 IQ56 The muslc was lurnusned by records As thus was the flrst dance since betore Easter a large number ot muslc lovers attended 68 O I .MV Y l I Q , vt ,- ' 4 ' ' f t N r 'w l t ' v 1 t' . t v 4, ' , AS, . fy . . . . 4 I , . , , I , . . , , . I I I ' . .t . . . . , cane 7, 7956 47 .' " 539 I s 69 WM 195 f 6 74452. WWW iz, 70 742 I' nv ,. T213 gl Volediciory HELEN THERESA MILLOW Solutmory ROSEANNE BARBARA RYBCINSKI Commercial Course MARY ANN KOWALSK1 Girls' ProCf1colAr1s Course ANITA lOUlSE CARDONA Boys' Procficol Arts Course ROBERT ANTHONY CIERO -U 'S CJ 41 4- Sad MM WIT 5 Library C, b 'Band I 0 CLJ'lfEf3'3-'It' 3 ramai' Q5 W-W-'M'-"2 MD S W LDFLow Q M f gm ff y Cwmmmgm f211r.4,Qm-w Q4 ,gj o' V K .,1, - 0 A -f D 6 2 . 161103 , "" V f Wawnmawwnn --if '- fm Q i E zK:!'v.5gxg,Au. an Yi" 'wMW""WmumnnxuaswernMiW"" 'U Q-77 -'V:SO1'SI F Con vwcfr 2 . 'V nor " mmsu ,4 FRONT ROW Jean Zuerblis Delores Piaseckn Anna Mae Valenches Charolotte Lee Charles Donachie Charo'otte Battle Jean Townsend Betty Thomas SECOND ROW Mary Ryder Donny Plcotti Roberta Phillips Joan Grady Dorothy Tunis Paula Nagar ean Alles Joan Rodgers Antoinette Curcio Joanne Calpin Bonny Joyce Catherine Lowry Eleanor Ewdards Janice Powell Mariorne Hand THIRD ROW Ronnie Diamondstein Don Chase William Evans Ron Flannlgan Pat Trunzo .lohn ONeilI Allan Davis Ronnie Staples 4? On October I2 we celebrated the anniversary of the landing ot Columbus in the New World and Pan-American Day. The Dramatics Club under the direction ot Miss Hosie prepared a show entitled The Pageant ot the America s. Those seniors partcipating in the program were: Irene Drobish and Dorothy Tunis. Others were the members ofthe seventh grade and a junior girl. The program ended with the singing ot the Alma Mater. W ' D The Veteran's Day Assembly opened with the traditional singing ot the National Anthem and the Pledge to the Flag. It proceeded with our class president, Michael Bal- crius, delivering a short speech explaining the purpose ot the assembly, after which he introduced Mrs. Robert T, Ives, our speaker. 74 f. If 2' "P K-Eff it 1318, ., - Y' 4 4 ' X J' fe A 'L 'I Il 1 ug 5, A Q . .. , .U 4 K V 4, ' .xl x 1 V o , 1 ln DN' X. 1 4 1 , 'M -. A ' pi, :,,,. .VF 4, Q 39 :ff , A Q fe, ' Q mf' mf. 'q !"l.'P2f'h m 3' J M -I Az 3 '-yy f 5 , 1 221, 1 M? liifjlj ' A .?L 99 iff 'lf ' J f fin . 4" . Ii AW-I V' ARE ,f 'jx A S V .af""" an if l .,g Ang, 1 3 liyw G ' ??1gTW'?fJ R IW 9 Mrs lves gave an excellent narratron entrtled The Known and the Unknown I was an excrtrng story of a war escapade IH the Pacrhc The program was ended by the playrng of Taps On December T9 our Dramatrc Club presented The Strange Nrght for the Tech nrcal Hugh Parent Teacher meetung The s nlors partucupatrng were Bonny Joyce Donald Pucottl Ruchard Staples and VV1lluamBuscarTnT The followrng Frrday the club pres nted The Toymalcers Doll for the student body The sensors pa trcupatung were Jean Alles Betty Thomas J an Townsend and Charles Donachue They were assrsted by the Drama uc Club members who danced as bears solduers and dolls Miss Dorothy Tunrs danced a solo The seventh graders also partucnpated The program ended wrth the sungrng of Chrustmas songs Our annual Sprung Play Wlldflower was presented to the publuc on March T3 T4 and T5 A premler showrng tor rnvrted guests was guven on March T2 Many cornplu ments were recerved on the play whrch the crltrcs praused as berng very well staged Members of the cast were Donald Pucottr Norman Oetterlng Barbara Shabrosla Rzchard Staples Ronald Dramondsteun Danlel Belles Judy Potter Bonny Joyce Mlnnue Yannue Marulyn Martin Judy Weller and Robert Bulllton The members of the dance groups were composed ol the Tecnettes and Twrrlers under the dlrectran at Mrs Ida Phlllrps Reese The members of the chorus were under the able dlrectuon ol Mlss Stella Gallagher Some of the hlghlughts at the play are on the preceedxng page T6 T - TT TT T TT TT - TT - TT e - T T T T TT T TT 9 . I . . . I D . . , , ,, , . . 5. T T - - - TT . TT T T T T , . . - , . I r I I T T T T T T T T - , . T MR EUGENE B Morse Dlrector The Sprung Play thus year was a huge success as usual wnth a premuer performance an honor ofthe Golden Annwersary Class We had a solo ID the Band Concert The selectuon was Plnnlc Plank Plunk Both FIRST ROW Alma Brennan Marlene Marcrnkevtch Sandra Whute SECOND ROW Kathleen Custara Jac quelyn Schultz Estelle Carter THIRD ROW Vtrgunla Watson Carol Trudnowslcu Marlon Marcnnlcevuch ABSENT Lots Trudnowsku ll the play and the concert music were directed by Mr. Eugene B. Morse. Zend SALLY SANDERS Drum Malorette SITTING Ronald Duamondstetn Carmel Bnfano Barbara Sch roeder Rose Marte Paulauskas Arlene Gambuccn Pat Molnar STEM Sally Sanders Betty Gtllette Mary Ann Cerra ,larnes Lewls Ted Pletrzykowskl Allan Goodllng TOP Kenny Baul dauf Ray Thomas Robert Klotz Donald Hopkms Paul Samp son Benny Atlas .loseph Maceyco Tony Brzensku ABSENT Mary Jane Comstock The band played an octave part nn thus years extra currucular acttvutres addung much support and color to our football and basketball games The band was called on to play at the deducatuon of the Martne s new tralnnng cen ter at whtch they presented a flne show The band s annual concert was gtven May 2 and an espectally fine program was heard shownng a sparklnng array of the band s solo and group talents The officers were Allan Goodlmg Prestdent Anthony Brzensla Vtce Prestdent Betty Gillette Secretary Joseph Maceyco Treasurer and domg a tune lob as Drum Ma gorette was Sally Sanders Our band was represented rn the mass band under the dnrectuon of Paul Lavalle by the more experuenced players and the whole band presented a three munute show Three sentor members were selected to attend Dtstrtct Band at Canton Pennsyl vanra They were Paul Sampson Allan Goodlung and Tony Brzensk: Allan Goodlrng later represented the band at the State Band Festnval 78 R ,. fi- l , 4,-,, , , . - -I .V 1, , . , 4- X . 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I - . . , . ...gl la an 4' The Glee Club played an Important part an muslcal actlvutles at Tech During the year they gave three programs one for the openvng of the Unnted Fund Dnve that was held at the Masonrc Temple another the Sprlng Dinner Meetnng of the P S E A which was held at the Europa Lounge and the Exchange Clubs Luncheon Meetung They played a malor part sn the musucal play Waldflower The leadnng roles were played by .luduth Rafter and Dantel Belles lt was a bug success Another member ot the chorus Jawuce Powell a featured soloist at several occa suons durung the year should be htghly complumented tor her Hne work The annual Sprung Festnval of Song presented by the Cornbtned Choruses of Tech and Central was held April 28 an the school audntoruum Everyone was pleased with the tlne arrangement of Red Wnng and Amersca Our Heritage The Choruses as well as thelr hne dnrector Mass Stella Gallagher are to be praused for thelr flne worlc 79 NEWSPAPER STAFF The school newspaper Technical Highlights has come a long way this year in lations to Editor Barbara Shabroski Co Editors Lynne Cliff and Barbara Gallucci Art Editor Anita Cardona and Business Manager Carmel Biarno Of course we cannot for get the reporters typists and collectors 80 'U' 0 0 0 " bringing articles of interest to almost every student in Tech. Our thanks and congratu- za" STANDING Alvun Mnchmsku Rrchard Becker Mr Robert Hodgson Foculty Advisor Joseph Abdo Robert Clero Ann Suco Mary Ann Cerro Maude Helm .Ioo'1 Grady SITTING Ruta Benovutz Jean Alles Joan Rodgers Left to Rlght Martho Yarwsko Shenla Berry Duane Caccuamanu Janet Maloney Anna Mae Arrnbruster Mary Ryder Marlene Holeda gr gn I ed Q. 7-Q , K nv- .' ,, , ' ' ,W 9 - X fi V 1 I I ' , 1 of f N. C X I WW XI Z Vg SITTING Arlene Crumb Sally Johns STANDING FIRST ROW Elaine Kuprls Barbara Galluccl Mary Jean McCarthy Rosellen Hollrster Auarev Cox Teddle Malara SECOND ROW Sherrl Hummel Roseanne Rybclnslu Caroline Johnson Kathleen Heen THIRD ROW Don Chase Bob Govern The Library Club under the able dlrectoon of Mrs Mildred Smuth Head Librarian and Miss Jennue LoTorre Asst Lubrarnan has grown to be one of the school s largest orgamzahons The members glve of thelr free time and study periods to work In the Llbrary to make It a mcer and more pleasant place for the rest of us to go The officers of thus year s club are Arlene Crumb Presldent Sally Johns Vsce President Rosellen Hollister Secretary Elaine Kruprls Treasurer ' 82 Jean Alles Soma Ballsen Carl Barbml Ruta Benovutz Beverly Berlew Carmel Bnfano Anthony Brzenskl Helen Bugno Edward Butka Duane Caccnamanl Amta Cardona Ann Marne Carpenter Estelle Carter Robert Cnero Lynne Clntt Arlene Crumb Barbara Csugl Kathleen Custara Joan Daubenhauser Alnce Delesky Eleanor Edwards Catherme Fadden 7441445 Faye Fern Robert Flannery Ursula Galenas Arlene Gambuccu Barbara Gelsshardt Joan Grady Concetta Grande Marlorxe Hand Kathleen Heen Marlene Holeda Rosellen Hollnster Ann Hungerbuhler Carolsne Johnson Bonnylun Joyce Shirley Judkovlcs Margaret Kearney Mary Ann Kowalski Nancy Lewis Barbara McDonald Theodora Malara Janet Maloney Marlon Marclnkevlch Helen Mellow Elizabeth Mott Mary Ellen Murphy Donald Naeher Gaul Oakes Barbara Paszek Rose Marne Paulauskas Grace Petrunl Roberta Phnllnps Joan Rogers Roseanne Rybcunskn Jacquelyn Schultz Barbara Shabroskl Betty Sherbourne Lnlluan Snyder Robert Storm Margaret Torba Patrucua Torquato Jean Townsend Alberta Vlola Ann Marne Vohar Evelyn Wllczynskn K Ma an 59 Q as f' ,W hm Www S 6900 Representing the standards of the society are: Rose' anne Rybcinski, Scholarship, Arlene Crumb, Charac- ter, Mary Kowalski, Torch Bearer, Marjorie Hand, President, Miss Margaret Lewis, Advisor, Roberto Phillips, Service, and Lynne Clift, Leadership, 131123,- Ur I , I 0 Members of the Honor Society pose after receiving their hard-earned pins, OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY ARE: Mariorie Hand, Presidentg Roberta Phillips, Vice'President, Gail Oakes, Secretary, Caroline John- son, Acting Secretary, Grace Petrini, Treasurerg and Miss Margaret Lewis, Advisor, At right, Mr. Schillat has a bit of advice for pointers Arthur Garber, William Stetts, and Tom Lewis, Bottom, Elliot Small, Dave Owens, Robert Kopack, and Ed Butka look over important instructions for stage lighting. Without this group, the many productions put on in the auditorium would have been impossible. 85 Thus year was the Councll s second school year as a functuonlng orgamzatnon Although at IS the youngest organlzatuon un the school a lot was done by the group for the benefit of the entire school The members were elected by theur classmates to represent them at the meetmgs Semors on the Councll were Robert Gavern President Ozzie Slmms Vice Presl dent Peggy Kearney Secretary Margie Hand Treasurer Duane Betta Arlene Crumb Don Chase Betty Gnllette Teddue Malara Fred McKean Marlene Holeda .IoAnn Nole Barbara Paszek Grace Petrlm Barbara Shabroskl Carol Sachse Robert Storm and Wllllam Wren Miss Margaret Lewis and Mr Anthony Musso were the faculty advisors 86 I . . , . . . . 1 ' I I I - - 7 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I Y RV L, L H efcalpy 453765 af TP G Hmca Qi C begiiupif OOP mm:-c:Qf,+ under hc: a-1.'-,man QFFICI AL SEAL. ff? 1 ANQD EWLWW1 LW Q t is iw -. x - - 7 1' 1: u 5 'Hw ' we, H., Ser-,sera 2 'W . 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D ' ' ' ' Fi 8 N : : is . 5 E 2 , .A,, 3 JE Q ':-551,12 lt an 'i-if", ,,,, , ,,,, ,, , ,..,. .. .. . . .,,. .. - x . -WR ..., 'w PN S W ---- ' 4 f 1 f 2 Y .. , 1 .JJ . f 1 . ,Mx 544470 JOSEPH ABDO leaves has gum chewang abalaty to Joe Kang MARIE KOBESKI bequeaths her classy clothes to Marae Zerblas DONALD DEPPRI walls has long legs to Allen Jones To the clownsxof the lunaor class JOSEPH TENALLY bequeaths some of has quaetness CAROL SWINGLE leaves her gym sneaks to Rata Gerard: JOANN NOLE walls her honor roll marks to Doras Koglaser EDWIN STANTON and THOMAS SMITH are leavang because the rest of the senaors are To Kenny Bloss WILLIAM EVANS walls has swammang abalaty No one else but Joe Simms could anherat THOMAS HOGANS wonderful personalaty MARLENE HOLEDA leaves her seat on Student Councal to Sally Johns To Marlene Wolfe KATHLEEN NICHOLAS bequeaths her French book MARILYN MILLER leaves her gaft of gab to Ann Marae Anglan To lucky Rachard Howells MICHAEL SABATELLE leaves has seat an Mass Lewns s P O D class LOWELL PEARCE walls has bottle of peroxade to Rachard Coughlan ANN MARIE PERRY leaves stall not knowang how to park her car BETTY SHERBOURNE leaves to take her seat an the other room at the Bell Telephone Co To Mary Lou Gaetano JOANNE CALPIN leaves her sparklang personalaty BARBART GEISSHARDT walls her bag brown eyes to Joanne Carmanno JOSEPH MCCARTHY leaves hopang to become a great senator NANCY LEWIS leaves her place an the cafe to any wallang worker As usual JEAN EREMO leaves an a hurry WILLIAM MCGEE leaves Tech thankang he d never make at To Danny Booth TED PIETRZYKOWSKI bequeaths has taste for garls ANOINETTE SANDROWICZ walls her smale to Audrey Quann LYNNE CLIFT passes her twarlang abalaty on to Judy Weller We know no one could ever take DELORES PIASECKI S place on the make up commattee SALLY THOMAS S cuteness as left to Marne Lucca ELAINE BALDINI leaves her parkang plac to Thomas Lattle EUGENE HOAR as sad because he has to leave a certaan aunaor garl NORMAN BRIGHT bequeaths has heaght to Make Pacahco DREW FAIRCHOK 8. DIAN FRABLE leave together RONALD FLANNIGAN S transmassaon as left to the Kovach brothers To anyone bag enough to carry at PAUL SAMPSON walls has tuba ROBERT STORM leaves has baratone voace to Frank Fada JOAN ROGERS leaves hopang to return as head labraraan PAT TRUNZO walls has strnkang features to Jack Braz BARBARA SCHROEDER walls her place on swang sessaon to Joan Radosh SHIRLEY CANTERBURY leaves her pleasant personalaty to Mary Lou Healey To Bonnae Reed SONIA BALISEN walls her love for maxed chorus JOAN DAUBENHAUSER walls her front seat an Mass Stansbury s class to anyone who wants at JOSEPH SELETYN leaves has freckles to John Kelly CAROL and LOIS TRUDNOWSKI leave everyone wonderang whach twan has the Tona OZZIE SIMMS bequeaths has wannang personalaty to Wally McNeal URSULA GALINAS leaves much as she came quaetly To anyone who has to walk to school MARILYN GANDARA leaves her Pontaac ROSEMARY BERNOTSKI walls her serenaty to Rosemary DeNunzao 88 I LEONARD PURTA leaves his muscles to the football team of "56". ANN MARIE CARPENTER leaves her pleasant personclaty to Mary Lou Healey HARRISON DAVIS leaves has crew cut to Tom Wallaams NANCY MERRICK walls her doll face to Dolly Palger EDWARD BUDNEY leaves has labrary excuses to Mass Coggans CARMEL BIFANO leaves her neatness to Judy Prace JOHN SICA leaves has natural curly haar to Allan Jones MICHAEL BANKS bequeaths has blcack haar to Davad Tannerhall ROBERT ORGIL leaves happaly JUDY RAYANNIC leaves to be wath Steve REGINA FERRARO walls her short curly haar to anyone wath the naghtly an up problem To Mary Lou Healy ELEANOR EDWARDS leaves her radaant smale CATHERINE LOWRY walls her pretty blue eyes to her brother Bert EUGENE WALSH leaves all has fraends behand RAY THOMAS walls has fraendlaness to Ronnae Holsman MARLENE MASKER leaves her sweet dasposataon to a worthy contender EUGENE KRUK leaves the keys to the famaly car to has saster Margaret JOE KOIZEN bequeaths has great basketball abalaty to Carl Halkyer LEO MORAN leaves has love for Englash classes to Bob Argonash MICHAEL SATOR leaves has books an has locker as usual JOE SHELLER walls has physaque to Bob McKean ELIZABETH DeMARTINO S wannang smale and pleasant personalaty goes to Mary Alace Haas MICHAEL CERATO wants to return the needles and thread to the Home Ec class JEAN MATULAVICH leaves her unflnashed bookkeepang for Blanche Acker to complete Phal Dalykas as the recapaent of ROBERT KREILICK S football unaform ROBERT WICKEL leaves has love of fun to John Tovcamak BARBARA GALLUCCI leaves her cousln Florence to carry on the famaly name JOHN PHILBIN walls has quaetness to Barry McCauly SIMON SAKEVICH leaves after stayang but such a short tame To Norman Ofterang DANIEL BELLES bequeaths has vocal chords FRANCIS BARESS leaves has What s up Doc? to Bugs Bunny CAROL MANLEY walls her fraendlaness to Ann O Hora CARMELLA IANNETTI leaves stall forgettang her current event John Kelly receaves DONALD HOPKINS S gaft of arguang CARMEN CASTELGRANDE bequeathes has good looks and quaet ways to Jerry Cannon JACKIE SCHULTZ walls her vaola to Carol Reap ROBERT CIERO leaves has braans to James Murphy ALVIN MICHINSKI leaves much to Mr McL.ann s dasappoantment PATRICIA LANGAN bequeaths her dancang abalaty to Judy Knauer To Carl Halkyer CARL TOTH leaves has clownang ways JOSEPH WATKINS doesn t want anyone to touch the horazontal ba an the Boy s Gym whale he s gone Bob Argonash as the lucky receaver of JOE GEORGE S good nature CELIA PICCOTTI leaves Tech quaetly JOHN BIRTEL leaves has love for the bards to the bards WILLHEMINA HOWELLS leaves to loan the servace CARL KOSINSKI bequeaths has essays to Mass Yerack LUCILLE MITCHELL leaves her way wath the boys to Janet Kamanska FEDELE NOTO leaves to anvent a better T V set JOSEPH BUZAS as so happy he s leavang DORIS STALINE bequeaths her gaft of gab to Mallae Galonas 89 dl JEAN YERMAL wills her sweet ways to Audrey Quinn. , . r . , . , JEAN ALLES bequeaths her damples to som one worthy of them MARGARET TORBA and WILLIAM SCHMIDT leave thear red haar to all bald people FRED SCHIMPFF bequeaths has seat an the oflice to anyone who thanks they can get away wath anything at Tech JOHN CHURLA walls has quaetness to Pat Pantle To Bert Lowry ARTHUR GARBER leaves has crazy antics CATHERINE MCCAWLEY bequeaths her quiet ways to Audrey Quann MARY LOU WHITE walls her shower number to Varganaa Whate EUGENE BACORN leaves the same as he came noaselessly RICHARD BECKER bequeaths has protectionist abalaty to Robert Ehrhardt ANNA MAE VALENCHES and ANN MARIE VOHAR leave as always together NEAL LESH leaves has seat an Mass Daskin s class to any lucky lunaor FRED MCKEON leaves has pretty garlfraend Daane Fueshko behand CHARLOTTE DORNHEIM bequeaths her quaet ways to Beverly Schroeder RICHARD JESKE walls has good looks to Bob Theass AUDREY COX leaves washing Eddae were coming too JANICE POWELL walls her sangang abalaty to Donna Laubach ALEX SONCOTSKI bequeaths has good looks to Pat Lally ANTHONY BRYENSKI walls has trumpet to Kenny Baldauff CAROLINE CALPIN bequeaths her sweet smale to Dianne Jennings We thought all underclassmen should have some of MARJORIE HAND S loyalness to Tech ALICE DELESKY leaves her blonde natural curly haar to saster Kathy RUSSELL SHELP leaves finally To Sally Faske who already has some of her own BETTY GILLETTE bequeaths her long blonde curls DONALD CHASE walls has good humor to Bob Fratz WILLIAM HUNTER bequeaths has rosy cheeks to any sack person To lucky Shaela Whatmore goes MARGARET KEARNEY S cheerang abalaty JOHN O NEILL leaves has dancang feet to Ball Padula DONALD NAEHER walls has nice ways to Ball Barry KENNETH BURRIER bequeaths has typewriter to any aunaor who wants at JEAN LINDERMAN leaves her seat an the labrary to Joe Smith OLEON CLARK wants Richard Howells to share has quaetness wath ham JAMES KLEE walls has love for the garls to Joe Wrable BARBARA CSIGI leaves her seat an Busaness Law to some lucky aunaor ANNAMAE ARMBRUSTER leaves hopang Jam Ganz wall follow To some lucky aunaor ALLAN GOODLING leaves has presadency of the band MARLENE MARCINKEVICH thought Alberta Grudas would lake her seat an the orchestra pat To some unlucky aunaor goes MARILYN PARFREY S seat an the office WILLIAM COOPER leaves Mr Evans s shop wallangly EDWARD BUSH leaves wath Lorraane CAROLINE JOHNSON leaves to catch the Dalevalle bus JOSEPH SECOR walls has seat an Mass Coggans s English class to Chras Thomas To the Salvataon Army JELIX ZELENOWSKI bequeaths has worn out dancang shoes MARY ELLEN JUDGE leaves her petite voace to Romaane Rachel ROBERT NEVEROSKI and ROBERT MAYER would lake Henry Black to share their bashfulness DELORES MILLER thought Mary Ann McKean maght like some of her long haar 90 20 ' ALMA BRENNAN leaves her violin to Fritz Kriessler. KATHLEEN CUSTARA bequeaths her auaetness to the Warner twans ROBERT GLOCKER and FRED HEPPLER are wallang to share thear easy goang ways wath Ronald Mancaa SHIRLEY JUDKOVICS walls her lob an the Medacal Room to anyone who wants to get out of tudy IRENE MARUHNICH leaves to aoan her saster as a model ANTHONY MARO leaves has track abalaty to Joe Wrable LUCY PAGLIARI walls her peppy ways to Beth Rachards FRANK SCANLON bequeaths has baby face to Dave Owens To Ann Kowalska MARTHA YANISKO bequeaths her dancang feet JEAN MOZELESKI leaves to get ready for her weddang ROSE DANYLAK walls her seat an the Tech Shop to Florence Gallucca JERRY and JAMES WOLFE leave as quaetly as they came KATHY SAROKAS bequeaths her flartataous ways to Judy Knauer ANTHONY RUSSO walls has appetate to Eddae Domanack DOROTHY DUTKEVITCH leaves her sweet smale to Marlene Smath ROSE MARIE PAULAUSKAS gaves her bells back to the band BARBARA SHABROSKI leaves her soprano voace to anyone who thank they are worthy of at ROSE MARIE STOTT shares her petateness wath Donna Jennangs JOE PACIFICO leaves takang all the garls home MARLENE WOLFE bequeaths her sweet smale to Bonny Reed PAULA NAGER walls her gaft of gab to Joan Bogdanska KELSON STUTZMAN and DAVID WILLIAMS wall thear blond crew cuts to some unsatasflecl brunette To Landa Davas CAROL SACHSE bequeaths her seat an Chemastry class SAMUEL GLOCKLEY and MARILYN HOKREIN leave together GEORGE NORKAITIS walls has football abalaty to Bob McKean SALVATORE PALUMBO leaves everyone laughang SANDRA WHITE leaves her seat an Mr Scanlon s class to anyone that wants at KATHLEEN HEEN leaves some unflnashed labrary work to Elaane Kupras ANNETTE RUTKAUSKAS walls her beauty to Martha Vasosky Esther Grassa as the recapaent of DELORES JACOBS S dancang costume ROSEANNE RYBCINSKI bequeaths her antellagence to the Iunaor class to share among themselves ANITA POWELL walls her blonde tresses to Joyce Kovack IRENE DROBISH walls her wannang personalaty to Mary Ann Schaffer ROBERT CHAPONIS leaves to drave has trucks MARY ANN PIAZZA leaves us wathout a sound GAIL OAKES bequeaths her fraendly ways to Rosemary Cardon JUDY SCHULTZ and RUTH SEELEY leave to be marraed ROBERT PETTINATO walls has wardrobe to Ball Stetts MARY ELLEN MURPHY leaves her shorthand homework to Sally Johns DANIEL REESE wants to keep has um m m m blue eyes SALLY SANDERS bequeaths her drum malorette unaform to Donna Lee Grahamer SHEILA BERRY and DIANA DeMAlO leave chatterang on about guess whom 91 70' , , Wd! CONCETTA GRANDE bequeaths her Lux complexion to Mary Lou Baldasari ELIZABETH PASCO wills her poise to Sheila Whitmore. ROBERTA PHILLIPS bequeaths her willingness to help to Mary Lou Gateano ANN SICO and RUTH NOVAK leave-giggling. DONALD SCHULTHEIS leaves to work in his father's florist shop Now that we have done our dirt And left you everything but our shirt We want to say that tt was all ID fun And hope that we haven t hurt anyone Our crazy mixed up class is gotng Into the world to make a showing So we bud you all a fond farewell And want to say you ve all been swell This is the Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of Fifty sux made this fifteenth day of June nineteen hundred and Hfty six WITNESSED BY Mickey Mouse lseall Rin Tin Tin seall Elvis Presley seal 9 ...K ' ll Golden Annuversary' That s our class A lot of questnons we will ask About the future we must face Will we be able to keep the pace? What will we do when we re out of school And have to live by our neighbor s rule? Let s go to the door and take a peek And maybe well find the answer we seek A surprise awaits both you and me For its New York harbor that we see As our scene opens preparations are in full swing for a fond farewell to the President of the Umted States MICHAEL BALCRIUS and his first lady the former MARLENE VITALE They are oft to vlsit our Good Will am Dassador to England THORTON WILLIAMS As the President and Mrs Balcrius board the ocean liner the U S S Red Raider twhich lncndentally was dedicated by the fiftieth anniversary class of Technical High Schooll they a bon voyage by Senators VINCENT DZIKOWSKI ROBERT FLANNERY and ROBERT ORGILL and Speaker of the House ESTELLE SATUNAS They are escorted to their staterooms by RALPH BEERS and EUGENE KORJESKI As our first lady unpacks her wardrobe we see orlglnal deslgns by our own MINNIE YANNI Whnle purchasnng these beautiful creations at Teddve s Shoppe TEDDIE MALARA that is the clothes were modeled by SUZANNE BAKER MARLENE BUCHNER ARLENE GAMBUCCI BEVERLY CHRISTMAN and VIRGINIA WATSON On their way to dnnner they are stopped on deck by photographers BARBARA MCDONALD Umted Press ROBERT KOCHES Assocnated Press and JOHN DECKER lnternatuonal News Service Also on hand to get their stories are reporters MIKE GAVERN KENNETH LAMPMAN and CHARLES DONACHIE Entering the dining room they are escorted to the captain s table by head steward CARL HEEN who gives special instructions to waiter ARTHUR Kenny STAFF to give them the best of care and attention 93 are greeted by the familiar smile of Captain HERMAN SCHIRG. As the ship leaves the harbor, they are wished pupdecq Stull the cut up she always was ALBINA JIFKINS on her way to Italy to star an the motion picture The Life of Gina Lollobrlgnda makes her grand entrance unto the dnnlng room with her agent JOE CIANFICHI and travelling companion ANN MARIE KELLY On the way to their table they stop to chat weth a familiar foursome ROBERT LIPSKI has wife the former GRACE PETTRINI and DAVID KARLUK and his wife the former ALBERTA VIOLA With a big fanfare the spotlight operated by EDWARD BUTKA is focused on the M C none other than HAROLD FRANKLIN Before he can announce the first act busting out of the wings come you guessed It the Duskln Kids alias RONALD DIAMONDSTEIN BENJAMIN ATLAS and ELLIOT SMALL After they have finished a short dramatic scene Harold comes back and Introduces the next act the famous soprano singer Mass JUDY RAFTER Next to enter the spotlight ns the dance team of BARBARA SALTISAK and JOHN CLARK who glve us a demonstration of all the latest dances Our curtain closes and peeping behind the scenes we see THOMAS LEWIS ROBERT STORM JOSEPH BALDACCI JOHN ZARUMBA JOHN MAY and GUY ZARRA setting up the props for the next act Continuing on with the show DONALD PICOTTI IS stall strumming on has electric guitar accompanying his new and versatile partner BETTY NEW Next on our entertainment lust the top compete tors of the Platters are the Flying Saucers comprised of JANET SHICK GEORGE PENN JAMES BROWN WALTER ZYGMUNT and CARL BARBINI Last but not least are a few of the former Techettes BETTY THOMAS JANET FOYTACK DIANE BETTI ELLEN DUHIGG EVELYN WILCZYNSKI and LILLIAN SYNDER doing one of their old routines As the guests leave to get a breath of fresh alr on deck we see PAT TRUNZO and his wife the former FAYE FERN on their second honeymoon We also see Mr and Mrs WILLIAM WREN stretched out on the deck chairs watching their twins playing Mrs Wren IS the former JUDY WAGNER A storm us brewing and everyone is rushed down below We can see the crew including DICK STAPLES JOSEPH JANOWSKI ROBERT HOPKINS PAUL EGELSKI WILLIAM KOZLANSKY and ROBERT MASLER mannmg their stations Weather reports are coming an and being received by capable DONNIE DRASBA The first mate WILLIAM BUSCARINI vs glvlng Instructions to the panicked passengers ln effort to calm them The storm subsndes as the ship nears Liverpool 94 , . . . ,, . 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The flrst ones off the shlp are CATHERINE FADDEN and MARY JEAN McCARTHY on therr way to a well de served vacatuon from teachung school for the past flve years Among the taxa cab drlvers comrng to puck up the people we see WILLIAM MENTZ and JAMES LEWIS Jrm drlves the Presudent to the anrport where we see BONNIE JOYCE trynng to buy her tlclcet to London to star at the Paladuum She flnds the ticket seller CATHERINE MARINELLI busy talking old times with BARBARA PASTELAK pruvate secretary of the United States Ambassador to England As the last of the passengers board the plane we see the aurlune hostess CLAUDIA OVENS speaking to the pilot and co pilot JOSEPH MCANDREW and ROBERT GAVERN As the stewardesses SALLY SWEENEY and NANCY STONE are servmg coffee to passengers CAROL DATTI JOSEPHINE AMBROSE DELORES CASTELLANO DONNA ADAMS CHARLOTTE BATTLE MARION CZYZYK MAUDE HEEM ELLEN JUDGE DOROTHY KRAGER and MARILYN MARTIN As the plane suddenly perks Nancy accndentally trups and sprlls coffee on several of the gurls Nurses JEAN TOWNSEND and ESTELLE CARTER come running rn to see what has happened DONALD CHASE announces the plane s arruval to the London airport Puttlng pleasure before business we decade to take a tour of London and surrounding terrrtory The bus driver CHARLOTTE LEE and her asslstant BETTY MOTT are In charge of the tour As we pass through the outsknrts of London we are lust rn tame to witness a commencement exerclse We stop and much to our amazement we see a few famuluar faces HELEN MILLOW dean of the college rs handung out dnplomas to former Tech students ROSELLEN HOLLISTER GEORGE SHEFTIC and JANET MALONEY Next to her stands some of the faculty of the lnstltutlon RITA BENOVITZ dean of women MARY RYDER Home Economlcs supervisor ARLENE CRUMB Profes sor of Brology JOAN GRADY head of the English department and PATRICIA TOQUATO head of the History Department We leave the exercrses and contnnue on our tourney We pass the famous Cardonu Art Gallery owned and operated by ANITA CARDONI and her worthy assnstant BARBARA IDE Contlnumg on we pass Sherwood Forest and catch a glimpse of our modern Robin Hood ALLAN DAVIS trylng to capture the heart of SHERRI HIMMEL wuth has bow and arrow Along wlth Robin Hood we see a few of has men Lnttle John JOHN VOCKROTH Frnar Tuck WILLIAM GURTON JOHN O NEILL FEDELE NOTO JEROME WALSH DONALD BALL and Lady Marran DOROTHY EVANS The next sight on the tour IS Buckrngham Palace where we meet the two body guards JOSEPH MACEYKO and RONALD TAYLOR As we tour the palace we meet Queen Amta IANITA BONKJ wnth the Duke and Duchess of Wnndsor In the persons of JOHN KRUEGER and DONNA SCHELLER 95 I , . , . , . 1 - I ' I 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , , , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . , , 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . , I Y I V I I I 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 ' - The Queen and her guests are anticipating their special entertainment Featured on the program are the slnginq star DIANE CACCIAMI a twirlmg exhibition by Miss ELEANOR BRIER gymnastic star MARY ANN CERRA and finally the prima ballerina Miss DOROTHY TUNIS As President Balcruus and his first lady leave the palace they meet a few of the contestants in this year s Olympics The United States has a qood chance to win this year because of such outstanding stars as BILL HOFF MAN and DONALD SCHRANER Another entry IS BOB KLOTZ who is hoping ro break the T00 yard dash record Next we tour a well known department store PEGGY CLEVELAND operates the elevator which takes us to the various parts of the building As we enter the President s office we see ANN HUNGERBUHLER holding the pos: tion of private secretary Assisting her are the competent CONCETTA GRANDE BEVERLY BERLEW and HELEN BUGNO The President s door opens and much to our amazement we see Miss MARY KOWALSKI Mass Kowalski informs us of many other Tech students employed by the store Miss LORRAINE MARZANI is head buyer of women s buyer for men s clothing We congratulate everyone on their success and bud them farewell Upon leaving the building we spot a friendly little sidewalk cafe and decide to take time out for lunch The head waiter ROBERT BALINUS greets us and takes our order Looking around we see MARY COMSTOCK JUDY COURTEMANCHE and ERMA GERARDI also enloying their lunch We thanked Robert for our tasty meal and head back for the bus The tour is completed and we go back to the hotel to get ready to visit Mr Williams the person we origin ally came to England to see This brings our prophecy to an end The door is closed and all are gone But all these visions will dwell upon The minds of all in our senior class As into the future we shall pass These prophecies we hope will come true But all depends or what you wall do You can make a success of your life With lust a little work and strife So don t be afraid of the world out there Go out with confidence not despair With these last words we issue a sigh And bId'fO all a fond good bye DIANE BETTI ELEANOR BRIER ARLENE CRUMB ALICE DELESKY PAYE FERN BARBARA GEISSHARDT TEDDIE MALARA 9b apparel, ANN HYNOSKY, hair stylist, ANN O'DONNELL, cosmetic demonstrator, and DONALD PREGMON, From lefl fo rlgh? 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