Tolleston High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Gary, IN)

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Q2 ,' ', v T +4 ,LQ--, E '1 'L . 71 :P f , 1, fy -,. 54 1 T54 is , H xv --. I -.LJ - Rev - "' -1 fQ,,...... N ' ', - ,,- ff g L . Q, 5' ' . 3-' V 4' ' - - A' ' fa Lx ,l v-E525 -e Hi in-son--.-- ...-.-.a--- ,., fi" . 'U quuvqqq .. ...- -,.. Y... -.. , --. A- dj' ,,....-- - A ab F .. Q. ,Y'f'fi1-?'. "'- u ' - I' , 5 4 - 1 , U b ' , Y ' 0-1 THB S OURSCHOQL This is our school. . .Tolleston School. lt is made up of administrators, teachers, students, office work- ers, ianitors . . . people. lt is made up of the band- room, the portables, the main buildings, the foot- ball tielol, tne baseball diamond . . . places. lt is made up of studies, dances, meetings, games, ex- aminations . . . things. People places, and things . . . a familiar com- bination in any school. But we here at Tolleston feel that our people, places, and things are pretty special. We are proud to say, "This is our school." We think of the people of our school. People were a great part of our education. We worked with each other, we competed with each other, we planned with each other. Co-operation was the keyword for get- ting things done, and get things done we did. And each accomplishment added a little bit more to the prestige of our school. Yes, we learned to get along with the other fella. We think of the places of our school. The white beauty of the park in winter. the lime green of spring, the velvet green of summer, and the rich brown of autumn. The football field brings happy thoughts of chill evenings, hot coffee, friendly peo- ple, and the excitement of seeing the Blue Raiders in action. We remember the bandroom and the many sounds echoing from it. The noisy rehearsals and iazz sessions held in the summer over the park, and the long Spring Concert rehearsals can still be remem- bered by those of us who walked past the pavilion on our way home after school. Things there were many. Basically we came to school to get an education. Reading, writing, and arithmetic soon gave way to Shakespeare themes, and trigonometry. We studied hard, knowing that getting an education would be no simple task. The athletic events taught us . . .as well as the players . . . good sportsmanship. We took losses calmly, and wins . . . well, not so calmly. We learned even while we were having fun. Planning a big dance . . . with one band and all . . .was a thrilling challenge, but what fun it was stringing crepe paper, sprinkling glitter, and selling tickets. Another "thing" accomplished, another thing well done, another thing for us to smile about and say, "This is our school." TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS. U DERCLASSME ORGANIZATIONS . SPORTS. I8 32 . 53 li-I I6 ACTI ITIES FILL xx f F M4 jk Q i . Q! V. L., "v-M4- 5, .q.,.,f,, L Mfm""I"'--V.. iN 7' I Y' -Q-1..,, ,wth F- , 'AWK as fe-e'e, ,-.az peeze E' ' 1 ed fre' 'fe G I- L gm L I ,X , -. wi L . L f,,..,,,. ,. r ,Lf- ' x LA I K-,M Q 4. "' "vu-. 5 K, .,. Our Peserfe Cheerlead-ef: raw Hme ow to pose preffilf for MQ: picfufe. The girls afe, M541 to Hg". Marf Lou Toby, Jo I-nn Spdfoff, Naflcf Scecina, Eveyn Wives, CNN- fhia Tieman, and Jofce Pwzh. N. f-..,. Y L'-A , .- sq p-V" ""':Q!' I .'11' 1' CUR SCHOOL YEAR It's a good thing Dan Wick, Tom Nlalenshek and Bill Johnson were around when Larry Wargo needed help in starting his car. PW m I le V, 1 ,wrap if '15 4 qw., lr.: Q, -H-f fem ' Tx M4s.4-sts? f First snow caused many prob lems, especially around school. f 1, I if After-school games are a big part of G. A. A. activities. Look out! The bell just rang, x MOMENTS WE'LL pans- "Hb, s.H'h 11 n 'O' . 0 1 K-. ' uf .,,, "--5. I . . . X 9 George Lehfrcify changes The ssgn to Wet We sfudenfs lmou WHS? S'39f"L5 70 be SO "'1f9f957'V'9 GUY The ffmdofff bois- rhe new opponent. Av Soon Wese Cavs mil be fi.Ved wlfh swdems In .3 Hurry to get lwofre. spawn- 'fr-1 uh.-.A-i. , . 9 " V The farolmg at Chnzvrnag f ' 7 added ro me zeazorh gayevf U I ,pf REMEMBER. Coach Devitt is kept busy selling pretzels, potato chips and gum during the lunch-hour rush in 1he gym. Students worked hard earning 51,025-74 T0 PU' Tolleston in third place in the city-wide Peanuts fOr Polio drive conducted by the Gary Public Schools. .4 5' 4? Go Raiders! Get that ball! Junior girls get together to celebrate LouAnn Tier nan's birthday. PARTY REMI S SENIGRS Sophomores with stars in their eyes Junior girls eager to start serving refreshments . ,, , . TE-, , ' wi 'Q JJ, ,A ,. W? till, " '-its ' V !'lf'uiQf,M if, At ge.. '9 3 fl lt , fl ' , s q 521' ty, ws +7 .' ' , r' fm .,, I if ' Wuzmn if .WW I , ., ,,, , ,af ,, A :mmm an I V , 3 f 77"-f , e, HY'wHsgf,,.Qs4 ' L Seven o'clock, November 15, 1957, marked the moment for which the Sopho- mores had been waiting. The time for their class party, "When You Wish Upon a Star," had finally arrived. The decora- tions for the dance gave one the impres- sion of a dream land. The Sophomores entered through the doors of a d re a m castle and found that they were in a won- derful land of fantasy, surrounded by tiny stars and moons. For many, the dance ended all too soon, but as they left the environment of "When You Wish Upon A Star," they made the wish that the re- mainder of their years in high school would he as successful as their Sophomore one had heen, The Juniors, happy to be upper class- mcn .it last, chose .1 sophisticated theme lor their class party. "Club 59" was the setting. White glox cs, canes, top hats, and irnitatiort carnations decorated the walls .ind urrtrllultt tables. All of these decor- .ittnn-. carried out the theme of "Sophis- tirntc-rl Swing". At the turning point of their high school days., the Sophomores wished for happy remaining days, The Juniors assured them that the two years they had before them would he the best and longest rentent- lncred, SCHOOL IS ALMOST OVER Seniors dance and are merry at their last class party. Laughter, music, dancing and s i g h s characterized the Senior Class Party. The idea that their last year of high school was here was carried out Through the various decorations. It seemed like only yesterday when the seniors attend their Freshman Class Party, but the years crept up on them, and be- tore they knew it, they were attending their last class party. This year's Freshman Class Party was quite a contrast trom the Seniors! They had three more years to look forward to and were content to think more about the present than the past or the tuture. The gym was decorated in v a r io u s shades ot blue to go along with "Rhap- sody in Blue," the theme they chose tor the dance. Mobiles and modern designs dangled from the ceiling. The Freshmen, too, laughed and sighed, but unlike the seniors, their laughter was not touched with the sadness that filled the Seniors' hearts as the clock neared ten, the hour which marked the end of their last class party. From the looks of the cookie plate, the refreshments must be pretty good. fe? I 9 i 97' Q- 'WW rf I WE STUDY HARD 1 1 . 'mn v ?' 1" 5 '41 3' The 'fypisis are hard at work, The freshman rips ,mile vhe senior sews, Publications Staff worlfs to meet newspaper and annual deadllncs The biologists study a snake, zwffjzyyffh, zz,-2, MC! ax, :KMA Zzhffwff llnlw- fvml'-uwlvv:.l-n ll-.ll-lv..alll-umvf-ly.1u Mr.Cfurmlnlm-1--plain-a lll1'flPOIlU'll'lC lnqurn u I T0 GAI K QWLEDGE Everyone wants the lathe at ihe same lime. A few sfra99le'5 Canlf even read Slgns' Afv l 2 . ,mg Semester finals seem To have the whole English class working. In hisfo,-y, Jerrie Powell fakes the C1655 around the world in 55 minutes. The mad Chemis1s ofTolles1on are at iT again. IT' ALLI ABLISY EEK A radio, books, and the kitchen rabie N ,E earbf irmch rooms anfacf some of the 11,20 rush make up The seffing for Grace Engel , as she does her homeuorlf assign' menfs. I-Vfendirvg Vl6E,'l'If church service: is a pranice of mam Tollezfon amdems ,mffadyfm f E f E, E "gf aw Hurrf, gm: If ,QU Q-pw' 'Q M-A f be-:La .1 The efer-faithful schoof bus arrwes on mme agam, ff ge! I0 Clegg on Imwq fm, 2.4 If, A, Hn, f 'Q , ,f 919 75 , f h Q 7 021 2. , ,Q W E 1, f 9"f f- . i 2 . Q , n f i i i Jw E 5' 1- ff .1 I ,M - 554.2 ,wi , , 'W , Qi 7, V EP' -.wf ny, I -4, ,,,4r., w',,g,,.. " ' V, 4 I va. u' f efgzf ' K I2 LY!-..L,,I.' ,, f 2 1 ffgywyf HIGHLIGHTS CDE HOMECQMI G WEEK Karen and .loan cheer on as The bonfire diminishes. OcTober l7 was a rainy day in Tollesfon, but This did noT dampen The spiriTs of The sTudenTs as They gaThered around The huge bonfire and Threw in The "HorneT" dummy. Cheers and pep Talks could be heard over The crackling fire, and finally The names of The five Homecoming Queen TinalisTs, Amy ATchison, Mary Ann Byczynski, Berna Engel, Lorene Guzik, and Joan Templer, were an- nounced. ATTer all else had died down, The echo of happy voices sTill singing ouT The school song and spiriTed cheers could be heard ThroughouT The Tol- lesTon communiTy. Happy, surprised and proud are the Homecoming Queen and her coung left To righT, They are: Joan Templer, Mary Ann Byczynski, Queen Lorene Guzik, Berna Engel, and Amy ATchison. Y T-DFW!! , fflf T 'K T li 2 A HOMECOMING V"E"' C' E'C L""1 ' "' Gif F r . 1-rc "e cafe pafed cf T'-Ti I I r T0 REME BER l 1 ! x 4 ,Cy 0 ,V I 6 1 -I .hx X - y E Full ot gaiety atter cheering an enkciting game are the cheerleaders, from lett to right: Violet Bektesh, Donna Uzelac, Lou Ann Tiernan, Joan Templer, and Karen Langbehn. October TS, the day ot the game, was another gloomy one, but still the spirit remained, as the bleachers tilled with Tolleston tans. The band and maiorettes, atter many long practices, presented an enioyable halt-time show. A hush tell over the crowd as the voice ot the Student Council President, Joyce Pruzin, came through the loud speaker, "The Queen is Her Maiesty, l.orene Guzil4l" Lorene was chosen by the Student Body. The yells ot the cheerleaders and the crowd were heard until the tinal seconds ot play, but still the Raiders lost to Lew Wallace, T2-18. ln spite ot deteat, the students danced to their hearts' content at the Homecoming Dance in the gym after the game. Providing halt-time entertainment are the maiorettes, Sandra Seydel, Shirley Johanson, Virginia McCollum, .lo Ann Sudrotf, and Elaine Gon- siorowski, l A TIME FOR ll:AKn . . . Tl-te se a,' rtiG'S are F1011 alumni' A TIME FOR TEARS . . From deafening furor to muted silence the great auditorium finally settles. With up-raised hands and ready baton Mr. Bielslqi warns the kettles. He gives the beat for those drums to follow while we upstairs wait-so faint and hollow. One, two, three-and it's time to go! Oh, no, not yet-not yet. But march we must in rigid step to the loud, firm tempo set. Each step brings a memory so clear of each and every fun-filled year. When we were young and carefree and gay, and the cold, cold world seemed so far away. The visions vanish as we come aware of the plateau-like stage at the head of the stair. The Chrysanthemum odor so strong and sweet gives courage for the things that we must meet. "You'll Never Walls Alone' were sing- ing now, Oh, tears, clon't come -not now, not now. A warm handshake, diploma now in hand "Congratulations S e rt i o r, yOU've ieaghecl "The Promised Land." And then a voice like the crack of doom penetrates the spellbound room . . . "Class of 7958, you are now grad- uatedf' And the tears flow freely down your cheek while your knees feel rubbery and weak, Friends crowd together, each happily crying though in their hearts a little some- thing is slowly dying. Good-by, good friends, but then some- where, sometime, we'll meet again. 4 T oii i c niil t ffitli it llii- Grand March. ' LORETTA KOSTKA . . . GRADLIATIO Christine Aragon and Ron Keneson, Joe Christy and Betty Richmond, and Jack Richey and Sharon Padol seem to be enjoying themselves at the Prom. ln the spring, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love-and the annual Junior- Senior Prorn. Excitement mounts as the long-awaited day approaches. Last-minute invitations are accepted, last-minute shopping is completed. The night falls cool and fresh as tuxedoed Tolleston boys and their dates stroll into Mar- quette Park Pavilipn, overlooking the lagoon. Soft music fills the night air, enchanting is the time. Every girl feels a Cinderella, her escort-a prince. lt seems like only yesterday we were starting school, now here we are graduating. , .W 1 i ' 5 . f 1 , ff f 4 , if ' 7 257 .. V, E 2 Z r "" ., '-7 .1 'X ' , ,,,, . ., , f i .... 7 zzfw wq mi, , Q-www' 4 m f wfm.W.: .,'v 5' -'M ".f--1 , , , ' ff ' f iz I ,,QgvL,,f fLVf,.yf?ig!fZ.' NZ 2 , ,f'f'fr'f'-L25 Q ff af ' ' -it fl -gf f A . f af 7f W f , ,Q ' ff f , r l . vf.. fi THESE ARE OUR ADMINISTRATORS a I 8 5 lLi-Q-11.3.4 , ,, f 322 f 5 1 Z0 2 fl 4- :ff mf! 2.1, ' ,ff ff 1,7 I ' fi,-fg, if X , ,Af ' 1' W I , ,W ,,,, 7. f V ffm 4" " Q1 , , ,,,, V-,W ye f. f ,fy ,V ff of ,N ' in Z . 'P A' F ,.' is W "H 24 ,,,- , ' , 2 , .W , Iwi, 41, 4 ' """ 5122:-Mgmt- X 9? jf , ,,. ,Z 'WW aff.-1,, .,,,, in SM , 1,1-.-y: , W 42? f M. W, f n ,, f7'4,4"', f, f :nf g 1 5 ff ' iff? ff fzf 4wC,f',' . ff :.wf7'aW7f,,.f,, My Q' f,f,,:i, V-yy-" 241. f- .f 1, f , , 'J sd. if in V if 'wvf-Wfzxv ,, -W ,. f I, WW l , ,, ' , 25 ' fy ,Q f , I .ff f H' . ,H Z, a. - I 9 f f " ? ' ADMI ISTRATORS STRIVE Dr, Alden H. Blanlfenship, Superintendent of Gary Pisblc Schools lrighti is pictured with his assistant, Dr. Harold Kaiser. The Gary Public School Administration, non in its This year plans were made for a S290,000 addition second year, has the ioh of deciding Gary Public to Tolleston School. This addition, expected to be School policies and appropriating funds tor n e ff completed within a year, will consist of a gym, two schools. science rooms, and two shops. is Pictured ahofe are llir- rifir iiiiiiili-rl rim--ii: mit. iiiixiiiriui- Ilii- Cnty Srliool Board, from left to right: Charles E. Daugherty, pwtgiani jqqr-iqffy pf, pf,l',f-fi 1 t"iiiiii, Iii-.if,iii.-r, flifif, N I-'i-t-,mir Siicrc-tary, Joseph A, Lucl-icy, President, and Mrs. R, Morris Ztaridlef, Virc Prc-ziflitiit FOR BETTER SCHOOLS M s HENRY A. ROWLAND Principal fiiii' ' ' 72" ' I . . '- t . s .,- -.,,i . ,, :- Q if . .. .Y 49 , 'V V A if , 'cu fl, If f 2 ' ff A , This school year marked a milestone in Tolleston School's guidance. Serving as Principal ot Tolleston School for the past tour years has been H. A. Rowland. Throughout this time, he has carefully guided and aided many students, not only in their academic, but also in their social and moral growth. A short while before Christmas, owing to Mr. Rowland's illness, Mrs. Mildred M. Gilpin was appoint- ed acting principal. Throughout Mr. Rowland's tour years at Tolleston, he has had the capable assistance of Mrs. Gil- pin, tirst as the assistant principal and then as TolIeston's acting principal. As the assistant principal, Mrs. Gilpin has given friendly guidance and assistance to students and to faculty members. Now working with Mrs. Gilpin is Nicholas H. McDonald, who is serving in the capacity ot administrative assistant, a position which is new to him. An alumnus of Tolleston, Mr. McDonald, in his senior year, acted as principal of the school on Student Teacher Day. MRS. MILDRED M. GILPIN Acting Principal i 2.1 NICHOLAS H. McDONALD Administrative Assistant 2l CDFFICE TAFF HAS IMPORTANT W, 'hp' , dwg, ' 'lin i Picwred above with Mrs Gilpin Acting Principal is lhe elerhenvar, school office staff, from left to righf: Mrs. Gilpin, When a Teacher is ill and The subslifufe hasn'1 yet arrived, or when The nurse isn'1 in, the girls in the office can always be depended on to take over a class Temporarily or lo do a first-aid lob on a bruised knee. The grade school office consisls of Mrs. Delores Snernis and Miss Laura Borauslcy, They are continually ialcing care of lockers, locker lreys, and all grade school records and business. RULE I OUR SCHQCL M '97 an Pictured with Principal Henry A. Rowland are: Mrs. Yvonne Macchia, Mrs. Robert Stevenson, and Mrs. Dorothy Gaski. The high-school office staff keeps the high school office running smoothly during the year. Among other duties, Mrs. Dorothy Gaski takes care of book rental, club funds, and all financial records. Mrs. Yvonne Macchia prepares the The heads of the pupil personnel department are Mrs. Magiouclis and Mr. Belle. daily attendance reports, and Mrs. Lo r e 1 t a Stevenson takes care of all program changes, eligibility lists and the senior rankings. Miss Keeley gives the office girls a rough time. -. 47-.Ml f fl N. . .3 ,..,. . +V , 1 TEACHERS MOLD THE ft 42, y ,Q if ff' G. ANDERSON P. BECK Dramatics Foods The people who comprise our faculty are basis of our school. The buildings could not be a school with- out them. Our faculty members are not only our instructors, but our activity sponsors and our advisors. At times, we make their work rather difficult, but we truly appreciate them and all they do for us. In the classroom our teachers are strict and firm in their methods of teaching, for their main concern is our education. How they can read the blank looks on our faces when we don't understand our lessons, or the worried looks on our faces when we don't have our homework is something only a n ot h e r teacher could understand. As our sponsors, our teachers are the best. They help plan our class parties, dances, and many other activities that take place throughout the year. They A. CARTER R. CARRABlNE Mathematics Band w 1 5 ., W of 'ov A E. BlELSKl R. BOWDEN Band English and Spanish are willing to give up many hours of their own time, during lunch and after school, perhaps, to plan a dance, make up a constitution of an organization, work on the school newspaper, or stay to decorate the gym for a dance. When there are problems at home as well as at school, we always know we can find good advice as well as understanding from our teachers. They help us decide our plans for the future by helping us select a college or by helping us find for which walk of life we are best suited. By being good examples, displaying good sports- manship, and by exposing us to some of the prob- lems that we will meet in our later life, the faculty has prepared us for adulthood. L. CHUCKNEY SGT CLOSE Social Studios D M S T bk xl my T 4... MMM' ITIZENS OF TOMORRCW , ,, y . , V V ,V,V I f f f V f X X4 .i W, ag f -qMW,,,,qh6 X 37, f P 7 "" Q 'A v, CORLEY G. CRANE M. CULKOSKY E. J. DEVITT cloihing Social Studies An Safefv and Healfh 45, A2250 if 5 ig! X xl fgf 2 7 if f . ' , ? 5 6 ,f ' is 'vm f ' S, X 4- ' -Q T X X-ix A g 7, 1:3 4 2' - ' 'lk - . 2' Where can that folder be? C. DOMROESE F. ELKINS P. ELLIOTT B. FISSINGER Music Physical Education English and Latin GUlClBr1Ce . iiii .ii ,Z V 4 ,, - , X 1' ' V 1 ,f ':':p.-if , , X 3 ,, 2? W ! ,J fy6 I 1 ,,'. Li l V, f X f Z '9 , flli 7' ff N c, i W., ,K !f ZvY'f 25 if 1 aff' , QU f 1 f f , W 0, f? , 0 Z , ! ,Y 5 ,W ,7 I ,Q 1 jf- v. -ra,-f A K ., 1 , , w fic gm , A ., , " , 41 , ' ' f .wiwff ' , Q ' fvfpvf 313:f'f',,a4.5,.,3fff" ,iff , f- - . .4-4-Jw ,. 3, fm' f '1,a'f:.. , ,, V Z. 1 -A ' f f L...,.- Q-, , 9 4 I V E. GOFORTH Mathematics 'Xs- NINE N W TEACHERS ,VT A -, D. GRAY Guidance R ff sl I f II, --gr ,f -JL x , , X ... f, 1: Pk- Af- , -9,- jf X 'g h f ff! X f x T ' f 5 X l Z l 16, j'T7f' I X113 X 0 A X X fy ' f, ' , ff , ' f I X l I l l l l l l l l H Xl!-5: V. YAY Physical Educaiion " .f '7 ,, jf , " " ,:' ' .,h,,4J ,, if fu l ,iffy i,f:f?,! l l Vfifg if A ff .l S. KAPLAN Library -'wanna' ' 1 ,Z ' vjfimves l ' 'l J, JOHNSON Woodshop Safety and Heahh 3, "ml Some of Those algebra problems can be nal snmpgrg b 1 not for Mr. Gofor1l1. D. KEELEY M. kRISkg Physical Educaiion Enqllslx gr-M 53 A-fx E7 mn RE DDED T0 FACULTY Q6 Ffh! X O. LESKOW A. LYNCH A. MARSH Mathematics Dramafics Social Studies ffl s Xxx Nl , ' n B. MILES Study Hall si M 29" ml ft , e e ' V, f ' ffff I fl 1 Il ' ' H ' , l A 2, X ' N ! f 5 , ' l Helping collect 'rickets is one of the many jobs Mr. Bohney, Mrs. Snemis and Mr. Chuckney do at the football games. V. MOFFATT E. W. MOORE G. NOVAK English Study Hall Mefalshop 'Af 'W 'ffl S. POLLAK English ,Saw -wi -in-4' THEY HELP US LEAR Q-'df x J C- RESETAR J, RIEDEL T. ROSCO E. SiNGl.E COVWWGFCB Science Crafts Engiizh f 4 P A 7 f -. , - f f " ' 9 f K f f'f W 7' 7 'V ' 'lf ,yt n f f . 7 7 - K , , 3, is E!! . ' - 1 . X-ff' f .4 471 , 7 ff f h J gba' -1 f ff f YJ, STEVENS if X N Commefie J VFHCE E. VV!-LLFCE M WILSON C XXISl Safmf and Bldoqf Hmm- E.,-mmm. Sum! Snduw X Phfsical Educaii r """ N Qq' 'A UQ N-...,, 40 555 .f ,. 'av 4 V ',, ff ,V ,V P.-T.A. HELPS SCHOOL Officers of the P-T,A., pictured from left 49- , 4 to right, are: BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. George Lemfalusi, Vice-President, Mrs. Emery Spisak, Treasurer, Mr. Joseph Joros, President, and Mrs. Edwin Moore Rec. Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dean Gray, Legislative, Mr. Henry A. Rowland, Principal, Mrs. Donald Keeney, Healthg and Mrs. Mathew Konopacki, Health. Members of the P-T.f-X. are ready to begin one of their monthly meetings. The Parent-Teachers' Association, common- ly called the P.-TA., is one of the maior helps to our school. It provides the co-operation between school and community that is neces- sary to inform the parents of school problems and activities. This group of parents and teachers meet on the second Wednesday of the month to discuss problems connected with the parents, faculty, and students. To the right is pictured the refreshment committee for the Christmas P-TA. meeting: Mrs. Kruk, Mrs. Petrukitas, Mrs. Kono- packi, Mrs. Gonsiorowski, Mrs. Sorneson, Mrs. Sudroff, Mrs, Toby, and Mrs. Powell. ,.,.,M,f, T 'Kiwi " ns, "Mfr ,, f DAD'S CLUB CONTRIBUTE ff The Dad's Club officers pictured from left to right are Ernest Richey, Secretary, George Lehocky, President, and Ralph Bennett, Treasurer. Louis Callaway, Vice-President, is not pictured. A124 7 A The n'.erry.go-round is a big attraction to these freshman girls, This year as before, the Blue Raiders' Dads' Club came to the aid of our sports department and supported them throughout the year. The club, composed of fathers of boys active in sports and headed by George Lehoclry, Louis Callaway, Ralph Bennett, and Ernest Richey, spon- sored fund raising proiects and donated the money to the different sports groups, This season money was donated to Coach Kay and the football team, to Coach Vance and the basketball team, to the cheerleaders, also to the R. O. T. C. for medals. The Dads' Club also sponsored the Horace Mann vs. Tolleston football game on Dads' Night and contributed to the AII'Sports Banquet in May. The carnival, sponsored annually by the Dads' Club, was co-sponsored annually by the P-TA., in return for all the help contributed, the pro- ceeds were divided between both organizations hui., P.iri-iils qi-I tug:-ther and enjoy refreshments alter thc Dad's Cliilt game. GIFT TO TEAMS .f If ,J,'J. , Dads' Club officers-Ralph Bennett and George Lehocky-Eli Kvachkott, and Louis Callaway happily pose with cheerleaders, Letitia Bode, Donna Uzelac, Joan Templer, Lou Ann Tiernan, Karen Langbehn, and Vio- let Bektesh. -ff , 'f . 0. , ' i ' 1 I 4 'W M sl Q 5 f ' - all L Q16 5, We The Raiders tight hard to win this game for their dads. 4- b g""""'s 1 .ei, ri,,i ,i - 2 l V i f 5 ,Qliii ' if 'Q if ' ,W The line forms at the right, gang! 'Li . THESE ARE OUR SENIQRS - 432' - '-:gf-L 1- 1-9? , .': - .I---ii l . --f-3'l-.f- ' 32 -- 'Usa 34 SENIOR CLASS "'4vas.J LORETTA KOSTKA MINNIE DAVlS' Valeclictorian Saluvawrian PALMATEER, JAMES, L Senior Class President Spafin Club Dfamafics Club Basketball Football Band FERNANDEZ, JOE Serum Class VlCe'PreSldefu1 Soclal Club Reserve Baslfelball F-UdlOfVlSlJf3l BYCZYNSKI, MARY ANN Senior Clan: Secretary l fl l' Came . u 1 Carnnra Club Glef: Club G L. IJ fxlfl-llSON, AMY '11-vurfr l l.l'.', lr:-u'.uln Jr. r ln 4 E 'mml fllrlu .mn-rflvlnlvur um-In Q.. 'uf' SENIORS ARAGON, CHRISTINE Spatin Club Social Club Student Council Mixed Chorus Booster Club ARTHUR, ERNEST Junior Class Vice President Social Club Dramatics Audio-Visual ARAGON, JOANN Dramatics Social Club Mixed Cl-iorus Student Council is AZNAR, JOSEPH Social Club 'N r n "X fx. K R Rh, xt., Tb i l l boi '31 BARAN, H ENRY Social Club BECKER, KATHLEEN G. A. A. Council F. T. A. President Spatin Club Drarnatics Club Library Club BIAMONTA, MARY ROSE G. A. A. Library Club Mixed Chorus BIKOEF, ROBERT Social Club R. O. T. C. Drill Team Cross Country Band 'avw BLACKMAN, S F. H, A. G. A. A. Safe-Teens Library Club BLAIIKEFJSHIP Dramam: Club Eocfal Club lludlo-Vwzual Basebwl SENIORS COGLEY, PAULA G. A. A. Council Sophomore Class Vice President Junior Class Secretary f ' Student Council Mixed Chorus COLLINS, CHARLES Social Club Audio-Visual Industrial Arts Club COPPESS, CHARLES Social Club Industrial Arts Club COTTON, JOYCE LILLIAN G. A. A. T. A. G. Ysdff Wmfd I CZERNOCH, ELAINE A. G. A. A. Glee Club Social Club CZUBI K, JOYCE ANN G. A. A. Spatin Club President Library Club F. T. A. Glee Club DAVIS, BOBBIE DALE F. H. A. DAVIS, MINNIE F. T. A. Spatin Club Library Club Girls' State Delegate Publications Wind I 38 ZP"""-,, , 5 DPOP, DCJLCJPEE G 1- A ll rec Cram: EHGEL, E',EPll!- G A 1- pfl f , ff l',., fy . ,rw , , ,, ll fry! C' 2' jar, ,,,,,,4 f, SENIORS DEMO, MILDRED G. P. I-, Social Club Mixed Clworus Eludem Council Dramahce DIDELOT, DAVID DOBOGI-I, FPfAI'lCES MAE G!-A Glee Cll,h P, O, T. C, Drlll Team DOUGLL S, FPEDEPICY C'c::-Cc ,"rf DUDLE, H!-PPIET , V' G A A I 1 C-,, Q , f rf' Flflllf fff-PK f-llll ff f- f- ' ',,,,.1l,y lawn fm, FECZKO, LOI G. A. A. Spalin Club Publications Concert Band GAWRYSIAK, R. O. T. C. Football Mixed Chorus Social Club SEN IGRS FERDA, GERALD Dramalics Club Social Club GIBSON, MYRTLE ff WW G. A. A. Mixed Chorus Girls' Rifle Team ' Dramalics Club Social Club , ,wwf .Nh GREGORY, CHARLES ALAN Cross-Country Social Club GROTH, NEIL Safe-Teens Social Club Biology Club Cross-Country Dramatics Club GRIFFIN, JOSEPH Basketball Track GUZIK, LORENE G. A. A. President Spalin Club Secretary Dramalics Club Freshman Secretary Girls' Glee Club if fy fk mf-. W I jf, X4 1 HORTCJN, HAZEL REEN G, A I-, T, I- G F. H A. HOSVIIAJS, Porlmu Qcmal Club P Q T, C l-llllll, LCJIE VlPGlllI!-, F, H I- fJlf:': f,llAl', 2.154 .C A IllTPll PI, 'MARX-,ll MAF-'Il C, f. f. 'fffml 'lull lllfmrf flul, 'lffrfllnrf ,xml ful- l'vf '.uv lf-all fflllu' 'Jul' lnllwpull- 40 HALLO, GEORGE Social Club lnduslrial Arls Club Booster Club Foolball SENIORS HECKER, BARBARA Social Club Glee Club Library Club Girls' Rifle Team G, A. A. HIGHTOWER, BARBARA ANN GA A Spawn Club T, A. G, C-urls' Pllln Tnafrl l Club Cffla - Ja. HILL, CHARLES P O T C SENIORS JACKSON, CAROL F. T. A. G. A. A. JELESKY, RICHARD Social Club Safe-Teens Audio-Visual R. O. T. C. Drill Team JAKSA, GERALDINE Library Club Vice President Spatin Club G. A. A, Social Club ,lOl-IANSON, BRUCE Science Club Spatin Club Safe-Teens Basketball ff .,,Wmffl7?'1 .Z 2. JOHNSON, DELORES DEVVAYNE T. A. G. Library Club F. T. A. Safe-Teens JOHNSON, LA G. A. A. Dramatics Club T. A. G. Girls' Rifle Team JOHNSON, WILLIAM Science Club R. O. T. C. Rifle Team JOROS, DAVID Social Club Football Baslceiball DORIS YEEWEK J!-HE Ei efte C ,z 'r-wr f r X KELUEP, HLPG rj f- L f,.., f , Jfgiff VI. ,.' f ,, , 1, I 4 YL ri 42 SENIORS KENNEDY, FREDERICK Science Club R. O. T. C. KOPKO, JUDITH G. A. A. Social Club F. T. A. Tolly Times Staff KlDD, ANNIE MAE G. A. A. KOSTKA, LORETTA Spatin Club F. T. A. Girls' State Delegate Tolly Times Editor Quill and Scroll I irfmwfwfm ' MMk,Wfm'wzz ww I w4Wf,f. f . IM f ff, KOVCZUN, CAROLE JOYCE Spatin Club Publication Chairman Camera Club Secretary and Vice President Girls' Rifle Team Student Council Treasurer G. A. A. KRECIK, DOROTHY G. A. A. Camera Club Social Club Girls' Rifle Team KRU K, BETTY JOYCE Camera Club Secretary G. A. A. Concert Band Girls' State Delegate LANGBEHN, KAREN Spatin Club G. A. A. Council Music Club Student Council Cheerleader Co-Captain .. 1. . 'xii ,Fr 'WW' i ffl fl!! l SENIORS LEMON, ROBERT L. Social Club fff Dramaiics Club A49 Qmgyg -,J Y Lf? 2 7 LUPEIIC4, STANLEY Draffaucz lflfed Cr-Lui POTC MLGLMJLETJO, ,,'1'ml fl-ll, 141 flul, P ,bllfflllwf ', Football Baseball LOWE, WILLIAM Bazlwlball Traclf LONG, RUSSELL Social Club 'N LUCKIEVVICZ, ROBERT my flmfborlmb, BONNIE ' If G A A Glffe Clulz ROBERT Mfll lf ff ll lj fflf' fl 'llfrlll' lfffnlhlll lm'.l11l,..Il ll. f ll .ll lllrvul lfkl1'lf'Y giraffe Club Socfal Club Sale Teer: Bazlevlzall C11 'df-ml fcurlfll JJ. - . YQ '0'-0 SENICRS MANOSKI, SPENCER Spatin Club Dramatics Club Social Club Football Baskelball MARRS, ROCHELLE BONNIE Social Club G. A. A. T, A. G. MARTIN, ARTHEL BURNETT Social Club Safe-Teens Cross-Country R. O. T. C. Drill Team MARTIS, KENNETH JOSEPH Social Club Baseball Basketball Band 'JF"'N. ww' MCCROVITZ, SAMMl G. A. A. Spafin Club T. A. G. Social Club , , I .' :.,, MCLAURIN, HELEN JACQUELINE F. T. A, T. A. G. G. A. A. Mixed Chorus MILENKOFF, KATHERINE Spatin Club Library Club Dramatics Glee Club G. A. A. MILLER, GERALDINE G. A. A. Student Council fn? ff NEMTUDA, ROSEMARIE Library Club Yilal Cluh GI-ee Cluli Plfle TEFJVT' G L A OLSZEWZYI, GERALD ln'lu',frml f-rig Foolball P O, T C Dull Team NORTHEY, ELLA X ld :qv A I MINEER, RICHARD Safe-Teens Social Club SENIGRS MOON, GENE EDWARD Safe-Teens Football Track Cross-Country Rifle Team Drill Team MOSTELLCJ, ANTOINETTE Nl. Glee C MUZEK, WILLIAM Socual Club Blolcgf Cl-.lb Sclence Club R O T. C Drull Team Lk rn L ' IJf7f -L J " F, H1 J V GIQQ Club L Pfllmw, lfwfwlr 'Sf ,ww at 'nu-Irv I llll. V '..nlf1l.l.-lv. 'nnml rlffl, H.n'.f'l..1ll "Ur A-Y . 'Q SENIORS PASCEVICH, M. GEORGE lndusirial Arts Booster Club PAVELKA, ELAINE JUDITH G. A. A. Library Club Social Chairman Glee Club Pioneer Staff Girls' State Delegate PATTON, TERRY Cross-Country PAVLOVlCH,' JANET G. A. A. Social Club Mixed Chorus ,Vaal X , PIGGEE, LGRETTA Sparin Club G. A. A. Girls' Stare Delegafe Library Club Safe-Teens POVLINSKI, PATRICIA T. A. G. G. A. A. Girls' Rifle Team Social Club Ar1 Club PRUZlN, FRANCES G. A, A. Spatin Club Library Club Music Club Social Club REED, EUGENE Industrial Aris Club J 1 J? W 00 NNN! CJ -hs ..,. ROSZYOJJSYI, LOPETT!-. JANE G I- f- Ccxcl I-rw 2-5 Zena! Cm Cafrere C ,zz iQ f Tate !- 'ev V is, J 'ix zlffom, Lrlworlf ff, ,V x,,.,, local fl L 5,755 Biafra 'fax CG."'f ZYIF!-NO, !1llTHUllK J. f XX f:l E. ,U 3,,j,4.f,f rr V 'Alf' Tw-f 3 'AQ ,fggfl ',VUl fl Y, mul f llll, 'Wh buf Jfxllll 4 SEN IORS RICHARDS, HARRISON Football Basketball Baseball P, O. T. C, Pifle Team RQEEPTSOIJJ, I-rv CME P C T C p,llG Tfniff Drlll lf-aff 4 ffffyzyff CLAUDE RICHEY, JACK Induzlrial Pns Club Social Club Baseball CfOSE'C'J'JVllYf Baslfellzall ROGERS, THGNLS JOSEPH gn-ff 1.1 -,., Fawn: Bazfwb Eafd 1 "' 6 9,3 M0 48 5 1 , MQW, u m 4, ' , V Qfyggy-yq,,,.z"-' 1,1 '1f'l7'iL: J! "V ' 'fiylff ' , ' 471 44: ' . Aff, 'W f y I, 'I , ,i I way? 1, , .Q ,. f ,z fi ' f V -if .. , J H SENIORS SLAVO, DANIEL JOHN Spatin Club Social Club Cross-Country Rifle Team SONATY, GERALD Safe-Teens Social Club SONATI, CAROL LORRAlNE G. A, A. Mixed Chorus SORIA, MANUEL R. O. T. C. Z T ,T if , I , Eum ' ' fm ' mt' , 2,4 'IW l' ' .L SPISAK, EMERY Football Basketball Baseball Junior Class Presideni Sophomore Class Treasurer STEFANKIEWICZ, SlGlSMUND Industrial Arrs STEININGER, THOMAS Social Club Safe-Teens Industrial Arts SUM, EVELYN E. G. A, A, Girls' Rifle Team SENICRS SWOPE, EMILY ANN Safe-Teens Mifed Chorus TEMPLER, JUL N ZOOM Chh G I- A ffuiwi CME 2' ,dom CC ,fmi Cf'fqf:rYQadf:r Cflfdwf VVASIL, ROBERTA JO Glee Club Library Club Social Club WINKOWSKI, Social Club G. A. A. Rifle Team fwam, VVISNESKI, SALLY ANN WONSOWICZ G. A. A. Social Club T. A. G. D. YACZKO, STEVE Safe-Teens Club Science Club Industrial Arts Club EA SENIORS ZAKUTANSKY, DONALD Industrial Arts Safe-Teens Social Club Football R. O. T. C. Art Club M, f Football Rifle Team ff Drill Team CLASS HISTORY "Class of l958, you are now graduated." With these words and the movement of a tassle, four ofthe happiest years of our lives fall behind us. We leave behind us the thrill of being freshmen --electing our own class officers. To guide us through our first year of high school we chose Marilyn Kachur, President, Floyd Wallfer, Vice President, Lorene Cvuzilf, Secretary, and Sandra Cidylo, Treasurer. We were all happy and efcited when our freshman candidate-Linda Wonsowicz- won the Miss Photogenii: contest, sponsored by the Camera Club. We were off to a good start! Berna Engel, Paula Cogley, Marilyn Kachur, and Emery Spisak took over the executive reins our sophomore year. Barbara Felinski became a cheerleader, and Berna Engel was our candidate for Homecoming Queen. We ioined clubs. .lUNlORSfclass rings and Prom. We got our class rings the very first day of school. It was a proud moment for all of us. Came spring, and our thoughts turned to the Prom. Emery Spisalr, Junior Class President, went right to work, assisted by the other officers, Ernie Arthur, Paula Cogley, and Larry Mangold. Some of our boys had made our reserve and varsity football, basketball teams, and were loolfing forward to the day when the games would be theirs alone. ln the spring also came the choosing of candidates for Hoosier Boys' and Hoosier Girls' State. Bruce Johanson and Emery Spisalr were our Boys' representatives. They were outnumbered by our girls Karen Langhehn, Minnie Davis, Betty Kruk, Letitia Bode, Loretta Piggee, Carol Jaclfson, Sarah lntrieri, Elaine Pavellta, Mary Ann Erler, Carol Kovczun, Sammi McCrovit1, and Loretta Kostlsa, Seniors at lastl This is the year we have lui..-erm so anxiously waiting for, but now we mah it fvould never enrl. Our lrirrnrls we lmte to leave, knowing we may never see thern again. lt". been a great yr:.ir. Our olliri-izy, .lint Ptilnmteer, Joe Fernandez, Mary Ann Bycfyrizlfi, arirl Arny Atiliiurin, lmvi- lmil .1 litisy lirnc. Sandra Cidylo was chosen Hfjfifyffjff Czirlrgt fqlririi-If .iiirl ,liiyrif Cxiiliil-, llte D. A. R. Good Clllleft. lion it if, tirni.- tri tiirii tri tlii- lutiirif. Miiny will be going to the service, college, getting rrifirrirgrl fiiirl liiirliiirg iolif.. Tlto class will cllvlcle, everyone going his own way. But nr, rnfittr:r how liir .iwiiy we may be or what we are doing, We will almiyz rer'nernlier tlir- yi..-.tru of h--irrlships and happiness spent at Tolleston School. But rriozl of fill, wi: ,vill ri.-rrti.:rrtl1L:rqracludllort. ZAVADA, ERVIN Concert Band President THESE ARE QLIR DER CLASSM N Uppermost in The minds of lhe Juniors is ihe planning of the annual Junior-Senior Prom. The Sophornores are careful To select a ring of which they will always be proud. f T il -41.9 x The Freshman homeroom chairman plays a viral part in he-lplng orient her classmates. PICTURED HERE ARE THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Joyce Piuzin Vice President Elliot Uzelac President Rosalie Schiralli Secretary Cynthia Brown Treasurer JU ICR CLASS ,, , ,l 47-'f is If W.: 2 I .. - W 11... M ,A - Sf' X 3 yu. -- 4' w , if ,, , fx .. Q4 '-S: X ',rN , ? W J J I' R ,,.,"' , 'fy , L '- fx ' -1 X f 1 W ' ri Q ff Y X Q - "' Us ' ,Q L4- ,- X W--r 7- fl , ' W 90? ""' ' 45? 1-- ' , , ,, 7 , ' ,, 1 , Rf ,4 , A ,iQ-i'a,X L f' I' 5.15 WY! SAX' Albach, Karen Arnold, Rachel Barner, Siella Baumgari, Ph-ylli Belffesl'w,Viole1 Berea, Carol Borauslcyy Linda Brennan, Plwillip Rioxxn kyllllldi Bron n Pnl BILIIIO ,lgp Bilml. insli LQH,-17, Biirlmecl-, Pat Biiclqin, Carolyn Burns, Donald Cniralvin, lov Dean, Dorothy Dobrowolsky, Donna Duffy, Bob Duimovich, John Edwards, Charlene Edwards, Harry Ellis, Johnnie Mae Fabian, Joe Flournoy, Rochel Forf, Gary Gasfevich, Marianne Gillespie, LaDonna Grady, Lou Ella Grefzinger, Linda Gross, Mildred Hansen, Sandra JU IORS - f , U . 1V J K, , . -"' g air "" Caffollf Bob f '-,, X - ,,,, Cave, Shirley , Chesfovich, Joe . A Cohen, Cornelius K J .,,.,. In L, xl 'E K ' f- A il dlii F J X 1 352- - Q fgf C ,Z " ri ,. E l'ir 1 5 Jia -f X W 'S wi' ,fm Collins, Beverly S E y f MY, J " f Coulter, Joyce . .. is - X 5, X 'A I' . . fi x Q , , 4 ,mia Cunningham, Irwin Czazasfy, Geraldine .."iirl N J 4,21 f x sg-. , 1. w i: 11: ,fr-. y, ., , ,- - .f1gf:s,.0 f a s "" . ' - I K -,m,,"f 1 jglfyit by J 4 Ji? 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'v 'W f K ffyif ef V , -' Hg -',.-42.1 V-.yf,,f.4f,,g,,4, 4,4 A .,.. H ' , - 4.-S24 r12z2':'w -.f-::. 1' f 1 ' 1 Acevedo, Joseph Adarnus, Michael Albach, Evelyn Arthur, Phyllis Badylalf, Kenneth Banas, Richard Barber, Ezelfial Barber, Shirley Barnes, Jennifer Beai, Jozeph Benlo, Lorraine Berlhold, William Bilfah Milan Birnz, Jfirfiimlirie Bfmflor, Alrff BOUVlQZZ,fAUlmr L X i L 3,1 'G' v"'7 f-O 'Y PICTURED HERE ARE THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Julia Phillips Secreiary Sharon Padol President Jacqueline Burns Treasurer John Larnfalusi Vice President xx , r l ,, f . ii W "U 1- " J X Xl ' Mg' . I 7 ' Z X , 'Lo' ""' 1' ,X .Y bv V I My -ff Q xx U-if 'UIQ' IIQK, Borom, Juanita Boynak, Theresa Bradley, Annie Broome, Beverly Brown, Robert Brown, Curfis Bulza, Diane Buse, Dean s -QI - ,, 'ff A , , X, fn W, ' 3.4 76' z' fy x?g SOPHOMORES g'. l,ff' 4 It , f l 5,' g5 Qrff B , J be -X I - pf-'35 f u ew Q. .,,.. ,J , f' v 'VW if 'Q , f y , 5 ? L ,Q , - av" 5 K f " fs W . 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Qi '4 4 . ,, 5l3l"lifz?n., ,ng . 4 p,f',,' , , Q 1 f , 4 f V! lfwffi, Geller, Patricia Glab, Louis Gladys, Alfred Goneioro ffslfi, Elaine Green, Lynette Griffin, Ronald Guinee, Jeri Gimp, Hannelore Guiilf, Gloria GlJ7lV, Jerome Hardin, Ponefia l-larrnon, Donna l-lodged, Denriiz l"liJl',fm, Gloria Hfdo, Geralflirir: l:1CV',0Fi, lfifff: ,L nd' 'Ci -.4 " -0141 Q We X X, va. iff-Q, , f ff! 7 , if ." A' I f ,, f v W 2 f ' 4 ,4 1 ' .ll. J V SGPHOMORES -,. ,i-Q. ' ' 1T"T 5 A 'y 6 of 'A 7 1. 1 1 M. -nr wr' I ff wg' an-4 -ang. ' ,I , 5: f 4 'asc ,gl u. TI' 14- sf If 'Y ,f u ,, .,,. 'H' 2 di Edwards, Evergene Engel, Grace Erler, Doris Evans, Doris Felton, David Flournoy, Elma Frank, Douglas Gaczkowski, Bonnie fl! R vs ' l f' i,,"z,, N Y Q6 ,awk i , ....' . . i . ,xg L ruin wp, - 4- 1 , V 'W i N -ri-1ir 5 4-.J . X ' ix ! E ffl1..g 1 ,, g , ,sffidb r f f ,rg 1 av, -,955 fr . Y a. I -M -9' If fill L ia. W r If W i. A ,ll lllii lxv - Jankovich, Dorothy Jeleslcy, Raymond Johanson, Shirley Joros, Robert Josetorsky, Carol Josetorsky, Delores Kellner, Ruth Kendron, Ted yr.. yv. W R Q ,kq uq Q 'ptr 3 55 y 'Nr' 7-.Q no ' N. SOPHOMORESXWI of W W, ,-1 1' , " , , , my ,As -HE y Q ., 0 WWW k Q- .JW i f? 5 R Q V f I J R s 'Q , wwf qi fr , , J . sw x ul, R " ,y " V' - ' ' . 1 :S -:mg 1 - , 2 , . I 'ax -, 3? .ai . 4? N DN' 'Gif' i 1, '45 .., 51 we K f P W dn -ar' -v Q, an an-,Q .J I A 7 AQ, 4 It ffl ..--vs' xi yrQrr, I V Q , ? y.r ':' "" , . Q ' wmkw- . lgyawf' - A W. . . M, ,N 'N 'Ken 'fwif 'V'- ' an it af J , ,M J., QM, y J Klimek, Lawrence Knezevich, Albert Knudson, Barbara Koester, Karen 'gy X 6 'X We A Konopacki, Delphine Krecilc, Kathleen Kristensen, James Lamtalusi, John Ml K -wi N .5 at '77 YE . 5 'J' lfx Aflglaff Kg A I, V j ,. kA..,, I A D. Q Langbehn, Linda V 'nn an I V fl Vm ,A it 1 R W XM .. Liedtke, Susan -1 M , fv ',-. 1 - Londeen, Robert ,.-,J ' H Lvpeikaf Walter Q rat ' A ' J V.,,. , 413,19 ' f V vvll . ,f,',4, . J . -,fm .X VXYXRM ".- A"4' 1 ' J J 4 0 . f a a J '- . V 5 ? .", K' 5, N K -- Luptak, Dorothy " ' W ' " Q 5 'y H, J f i" Lynch, James ff a,rr' ' ,J J, dp' ' D 5- R Mables, Maggie , , ,Wf ,af A , -V VV,, A QQA J 1yr, a enshek, Thomas I 1 ,. " , "'- - ' .,, ' , ' '- , ,' - V "1 " K f me lf M 1? - ' f-ffttllfcf 2 J J , ' " '?l"lltlTl't'f -.fiffffsrlcl lf! fggya K, , 6, f it .,r , . .J .,,,1 are -..,. r J E- .D 5 af 'l gteg 1:1 wa, A , A5 ' war 2 t .2 f' 5 was SCPHOMORES x, ' P Q L r al" 'K ' T L M 4 L f f ' Gr' ,f , ,7 2 ,. , 1 MM, f Ord- 2 W V fix W 4 X ' if A , 1 , A A f- .T L ., s- W K L Michaelaon, Marc: Mxiler, Charlene Miller, George Mrfchell, Leroy Moifcl, Laura ffuzek Yarem Nvgma, Plan Gmder, !-rrdre ff G'Heal, Zarah Gzborne, Leonard Pedal, Clrrarorr Payer, Pond! Pormffn, frfwffffwf PfJY?UV+, fff1Vrf: Pafifnr, Hrorrrfz pu lllrflfll F'q?r I L4 6 we 1- IC ,rx l 1 np' I -.,v' g "Ln, 1 E7 I ,,.. f . an 2 11:41 qi' 4 Malinich, Michael Malizzo, George Marcyianilf, Charles Mayes, Alberrme McCInrr1or1, Came McCollum, 'xfrrgmra MQCOIH, GLW. Melmrf, Sandra r i .--. , 22, , N 4 L4 V -fo-rs fg 'gg A V - ' N. 'ni fm 'fi 9' u- x. W V-'L rf., 'QQ , egg L5 ee r ' 3' f,,,. 1 Q? 2 NW, ,, '- . S? 'K A Q., 1 .. "1 -4 'Ay f ., L L V I s, 1 " f ,, ...t ' Perko, Joseph Petrukitas, John Phillips, Julia Popa, Barbara Popiela, Sandra Powell, Jerrie Randolph, Charles Reed, Toniellen SOPHOMORES VU' '1P"",' U , X f . 1' Af 2 in fa inf' ' ' 7 ,lf XL 'rn W' 4 1 1, fr gf ill L. : mf? gil 5 ' W' f 1 , ' ff . : -Q '-xg 4 ff ,. 5 fa 'ff , ix ,nw ' 14 If ,....,.,.,, 0 F 7 l 4 V - 'X l 4 its Q3 'A 1, ' 1 h 4- .mn W V .rf I Reynolds, Annie N I W ' A my a ,, ,.'V D M Reynolds, Earlene V 1 4 q 3 Salinas, Theresa . . 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Q E., F1 L, f vj' A X nl, gf' .J 'l' Y , ,X , The Sophomore Decoration Commiffee proves that planning a class party is half the fun of having it PICTURED HERE ARE THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Sally Spisalc Treasurer Patricia Czubik Secretary Connie Millencler Vice President Cynthia Tiernan President FRESHMAN CLASS , Arn, r px Q , if? :QT ' . , Ar ,B i, cu- . , ii , V ' Q 5.-T A, 1 Lx N. X' --- W 'C' ,ff . , z ' ,t j , l 4 "il?:Ll'fl'5?,2Ef 1'-z. 4 l. - ' 'QT' 2 tg 1 V if .-.4 i , , ' Y 'U - ?V V t lv N 7 -, .4 - Q Vfvfjf at 'ff 1 T A T- f ,S 'tai i r T4 ei 1 l ll H, " Xia , , ,. rm ""' " lvl' - 4, - ' ' l , V." f QAVA . X Q- 'L YT? ' ri f- -'N , ' if T va 4, X K . wr ' f,, H, f 9 W ,, v W A- VN 'M v' ""1 T , , ,. .4 A .it 4 ,T , 1, I ' f V V my--ff' 5 lil Y " 1 ' . 1 F ,f - 52' ', 1 .l Y i ,431 f . ' - ll ' l". i il " ill 1 , it 1 K 1 46 ' Wiz. ,. Abad, Maudialw Allen, Carolyn Atkins, James Bane, Wilton Barner, Jerome Battle, Menlo Bllmlrl, Diane Bilyak, Ted Blartl-mialtip eldilx Brant: Carol Bro-.xn Riflmrd Bruno Stcxe Bnrltecl-, Carolyn Budgin, Bolo Bwlfur, Bill Byczynslfi, Elaine ,1,v -, ' G W .-"1 x if ,, Q ,, f-if 4. fl - -"' Tx ,. 'f .sg A Q. 3.22 2 vi g Cork, Jerry Corpus, Bernice Coulter, Virgil Curtis, Beverly Czubik, Patricia Davis, Maxine DeBoard, James Dennis, Paulette Dimitri, James Dixon, Carol Dobogai, Frank Dobroski, Patricia Dombrauskus, Algi Duffy, Kathy Essig, Frank Evans, Joe FRESHME ,,, , ,. . j,,1 , s,,, 'A 4 , .. ,I . if ,, X f " ' , : ',,. l - 5 sist 7 6 . ,.., - N ,. is as -N w-A rs. gi i i - ' Q 5 , M a rx KX. Us , Q yfc A , X Ci K .-vw , . , - W-rt 4 i""l!"w. , il' j ' ff jg, ,V V . , f f ' 4 t , , f 1 ,Z ' f f 60 5, ff f f' ff f 4' f 1 , If f f ,i ..i, fm , 1 X! 4 fff 2' f f f X -N so wx s sf 551:- X X by pffxx NN . if X I c-,, 5 -ibm: . C 4' Eggs - N .N , QNX: i ' Q , -'aft X. ' ' ' 1 t'i'i X is :Si , , Q 5, , . , f A L m f '..,,.,i 3 ,. M' M' . 1 4 -- 0 ff 1 vwiv ff , jf ,f W. , sf X ' p f 51:1 ., .I i, sy, ,, ,Q i pw' ,, ,few fly! f f f f X w fc' Carter, Alvin Chapman, Randy Childress, Joan Claiborne, Julia Clark, Linda Clarke, Theodore Collins, Carol Collins, Mary 4 6 WJ . ,M 3, -, ,' 1' f 'fwfw V, X , ,,,,,,, W, ,, 'JQTQKQ Q Z 5? CT 1 2' u,,J:'h" , .,,,,,,. ' g 'Z 2, 6 i, i , fa MJ 5 wwf-ev' I 77 , ,a r 1 f , . ' " F V 'i i' ' 0,22 V K ' Q5 im 5 W 'Q A N Q FRESHMEN WM fe X I , Fearson, Johnnie ' V' ,f ,, f ,lg Q Li V Firmel Joel , hm f 4 ,' 77,4144 Q' 4' fag, if 4 . , Fournoy, Cheryl l ' ', " ' ,, ,,, , A! Flynn, Charmaine 5 4 'V , "" f l f V V ,N A "'f 1 Fuller, Sharon , -xl f QV' Gillespie, Betty I , 4' .V 4. -tg ' Gillespie, Edward -Q '1 3 , ' , Gillespie, Gloria ,mp N , M.. All ,fi - vs 1 7, """",4 55:3 1,2 V23 ,Z f 'x if' 4 4- A 9? , if .fi r nv I W 5' Z' XZ M A l , 1 'I' , 1 : .. 9 if r A ' ' I fz ,: k,Q VI A '7 I I rv-" " , 4- '. Golston, Alexander Gordon, Grace Green, Thomas Grube, Frank Gunn, Kennefh Guzrlc, Ross Hall, Tondeleya Hallo, Mrchael Hardaway, Lola Harms, Jannalene Harbrson, Karen Haymon, Sal Hrgqrns, George Hrrchalf,ll'1oma5 Hubanlrs, Moses. Hulse, Howard 4, FRESHME VV Q .ln .:. V . Q Hydo, BettyV V X V is QM- Jacobsen, A vin Q? .V V Jaeger, george Q M' aeger erry , , X wh V, ' Wk.. V ,f k,k.. . -f f i Q 5.-as ,,V.,,,.Vi Vi - VVAN,.,w:',,id. I Q- '-'K .. cc . H ,- fl 5 fl' ""' ' ' ' Y X M ,.,, , , V . ,. V January, Bengamin ' ,fi -' Q Y Q-N f V t"""' """'fx 'J Jennings, Ethel . ef . ' ' w ' fl.. , . . VV JV i Jonaitis, Kenneth . . LL W' A , , ,A Jonaitis, William ' ' H ll - ' 2 We f' lg:-ff V ,, . ...aff f::R .NSi" "QM . w1',,u:..7 ,.yQx, '- ffl. X VV ,Q N XV , gl VV V if K , f eMT7,lllF5 o 34? fi g. Kadelak, Joan , I 'X , "V"' 5' . A X " 1 , . . x 'Iv' - , cm, , 4 1 -' . Kienzynsku, Walter .5 ulu 'F' 'H' ' V Kish, Edward I 'A , ' fi 4, WWW f V A ' ,V P.. 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PJHACNB 524 Q" '- Otioson Maman ' Pachapa Paul ab. ff' 4 ,A ' f I Range, Wulluam Palmateer, Terry Parmley, Carol Pastoureh Georgualuce 7' ull f '11 ff., X 2.22 S X K Sassman, Leland Safiroff, Barbara Schramm, Fredrick Seloben, Sharon Seydel, Sandra Sharp, William SilcoTT, William Skager, Sharon Salomon, Frank Spisak, Sally Sfasak, Barbara Stewart, Eileen X xg .N X 4 le s fm M- x 08 sw X .. wi FRESHME fr ig .n1.4,,,,1., v A N fi X an fir 'N N N -- X X Y' 5 , 2 Fl! -- .' 7 Pawlicki, John Persin, Patricia Petlcovich, Pamela Phillips, Walter Q1 f' 4"-' ,B P at .. . mf 'P'-l"'N7s p' k' J . ,as nm , . m U W' 'WS 'f OV-C? .gg 1 ll 'V . Powell, Rosalie N, -r E Sr i - Rhoades, Suzanne ' 'fu N...Y--V A Salinas, Joseph X e 1 A 4 Q ' get '.e., fi HIPS X vi - B S is N1 X, X . B 6 . or i 'QC x . " 5 3 fm .,.,. 3 .., x yy M rr. I N S A' i5fff,.fi , my S S ' i X . -1... 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" ,179 ,g 1, 5 4 ' 4 M Velez, Delores Vespo, Janice Voyt, Judith Walker, Annabelle Walker, Arlene Wallace, John Warren, Norma Warzecha, Bernice Williams Jessie Mae Williams Mary Wolclt, Walter Wonsowicr, Ronald Wright, James Wright, Linda Wslolelr, Albert Yudt, Charlotte FRESHMEN Algebraic equations are all part of a freshman's day THE E ARE GLIR ORGAN ZATIQNS KN ww wx 3 Q X ' Q lflf, 'fx QQQ1lQ.fffI1Q Q N - 5 N . -. . v 91:-X x'-. 2, ,ww .. .l A-x v 'f 'C' it .tx .g Q if ff f , Q, 3 QW ' if GXQNW W , X , W XeaX 5 . wx, AX ff, 39 2 ww.-0 Q2 fe Z 2? f Z f ,,,,, XY.. 44W ,Hi U ,1 ,fy ,,-f.?q4'x 67 . 'Q ff J if gf L 4 'V V, X Q78 3 ' K , f 'ff 1 4 1 os? 2 Q X f f ' M, 1 V ,, 4, ,MQ ff! fl Q f , ' fin ,1, ' ,J . 5 , 7 ff JZ X7 f W! 'V V143 ms' r 1 2.-. , Fl AL DEADLI E Joyce Pruzin, Copy Editor, fyorlra .with rrierribers of the copy staff, from left to right Lntoinettig yhiralli, Violet Beltesh, Donna Harmon, Loretta Yostla, Yaren lluzel and Uirfie Da 1-5 In charre of arranfinf and crouinf J :l :l piture: iz John Larnfalrizi, Picture Editor. at ay Z .f W V' i Late copy, missing negatifes, yardz of typeffriter ribbon, dozens of pencils, and reams of paper these are just a fefy of the cornponents that go into the Pioneer. As early as September, flashbulb: began popping, and the staff rnern- bers began preparing copy for the annual. Everyone on the staff had a iob to cornplete, and the tasV ffasn't eas-y. Everything frorn the open- ing pages to the indef had to be carefully planned and organized. Finally, early in March, the staff began rnalring the final preparations for the remaining section of the boolf. Proud, excited, and tired but happy nas the staff as they rnade these preparations. The final pages were typed, proofread, and shipped. At this point, the staff was able to give a sigh of relief. Waiting for the iyearboolf to return was a suspense-filled ordeal, but the iob was still not cornpleted. Plans had to be made for the annual Pioneer dance at which the books would be rlictributecl. Before the dance, sub- scriptions for the Pioneer had to be checked, rnal-ing cure tliat everyone who ordered a bool would receive one The dance, held in i.:.irliy June, if. .i rnilc-stoiie for the staff each yt-ar. lt if. tlivn llmt tlwy 5.01: tlte results of all tlir-ii yvorl .intl effort through the facial exe pic -',- . iiorii, of the students who busily sign llIL'If' yurtrltttinl-2. 4 1 M flllr-r .i yrrftr of hard vyorlr on the Tolly Timor, and lliv- Piorip'-r, f'ul,lifatir,in', Ztfrff :wir-rttlfiftm cnioy llv-in self'-', at their aririuixl li-'ir'rr4uf:t DS HECTIC RU H , , f , i f . if 1 H :ii Q Eli 5 Z ,,Mm,L52i?Zg?9:A..,w f. x , v so Hard at work are Jo-Ann Sudrotf, Co-Editor, Joyce Pruzin, Copy Pioneer typists are: seated, Tony Thiros and Jo-Ann Editor, Mrs. Mary Krisko, Advisor, and John Lamfalusi, Co-Editor. Suclroff, standing, Myra Someson, Violet Bektesh and Lois Feczko. A , ? Members of the Layout Staff with Editor Jo-Ann Sudrotf, are Dick Wick, Jack Sum, Phyllis Arthur, Joyce Vician, Joan Vician, and Karen Muzek, i . Pioneer Business Manager Minnie D-avis, and her assistant, The after-school rush to buy class pictures begins with the Rosalie Schiralli, look over the books Will' Frank NlCN6lly. 3115 bell. TGLLY TIMES J , ff 4, X 4,, , "if wa AI HPS. ll!-Pr VWSVC f Ldflsor r,,..,,, , ,AW ,Hr 5,-,pf ff f ff' -ff, y,f' gf., The Tolly Time: cream busy vrrrez Efery vez: member ffill remember mal lclecllc leaf ro,r oc eecr def fmlcr. nas Sperm gemerlrlg me levee' qqreol fre.-.fg and other articles of interest ro The COrl5'arlT cllclrirlg and cleilfirlg . F r , the :ner :o:,'. of Tl"E' 'foenr Herz, 'me familiar force of me edllor wg rg 'ce 2',ief'z "S'ror?ez here fo be lr. by Frrrlafff 'rre iracfc Eeafcfr for an elrfe ffpeffrlfer and of courze, 're crack cg of "fe ole" rrlrreograprr rracrlrrre 'Hz ,vez 're arrrlozmere ,rr Poom 304. Everrge ard cocizrg az Yr may P516 Eeercecl 10 flzlforz, lf na: Nl-lzfcre Sffee' Home" 'o me zfeff The :ecorrd Frldaf of each rrrorrfrl found me clezz ffowirg er lop :peed az Tl'E'f 'fped :'erc'l:, pw ocr ,V y ff me leaf headlmeo, rar, off mer leaf page, and-e f-cr, -ee :gh of rellel could lze Heard e 3 We Vrizrfed procl- ucf nee :lapled Together and willed ol? 'o 'He :uh- Tfp rg :ferch 'or 're Toll! Trme are Jofce fc ar arf: lolz reczbo, :ea'e'J, nr, e ber fri af f, efif: 'arf 'Q " ' f Jfffa 'fm 5 nfl NJ Up N, f , fl ff, fm- fp, V r-3, QM.-re, md., -3, V f 1 ecrrnerz before 'fre well remg, Tlreo by prom were me Zfalf member: ae Whey read 'lwer our' co'r"3- buflorle fo me Toll! Tlmez, rloprg meg red pleezed rlrler Felloff zmdemz, frformed 'ferr or :ofre"c'r,g men, or made mem forge? flwelr prchlecfe Io' e "r- we ffm come lourfroroua arfcle. Eu? z'll', 'lee raff membere' lolz nee mov dcrre, for 'lfere fre: efvrer deadlme ro mee+ forllf one JJEEV enayl l-len fg We zraff rrerc here lrrpro fe me Tolly Time: Yr, a cof"ess number of nays Here me I-dflecr, ffri Very lfrlzlfo, Eraff I-r1le', Emerc Zefada, acc: EC'or-1r- Crllef, Loretta lfozllfe. lore'fa waz lVlCf'JC'Ed f'o 'Ke Uulll arlol Ecroll Horror Seeley lei' eprrg af 'lee avi- rlual Publlceliorlz Earrrme' rrevi fa' W'lQc"". Q- 'l av'-ci Scroll lj 3 nallorral rrorrorary Qocfew far 'mg'-, fcrclcl loumalizm Tuderlfz. W SELLS SUBSCRIPTIONS Tolly Times reporters. ROW 1: Frank McNally, Rosalie Schiralli, and Donna Harmon, ROW 2: Minnie Davis, Phyllis Arthur and Antoinette Schiralli, are busily writing their stories for the coming issue of the paper. Pictured with the Exchange Editor, Karen Muzek, is Myra Someson, Circulation Manager. Members ot the Tolly Times Staff take time out at their dance- to read the giant-sized page of the newspaper that decorated the gym wall. ' Nfl l 1 ,W ,J Sports Editor, Jack Sum, looks over the publicity scrapbook with Frank McNally. lt """r"' 5 zljx - ... my . Student Council officers are Joyce Pruzin, Presidentg Mrs. Fissinger, Sponsor lstandingjg Letitia Bode, Secretaryf Nada Muzelc, Vice-Presi- dent, and Carol Kovczun, Treasurer, li is ' I i x I I fi' Members of the Constitution Committee, nlfiiclw meets neelrly, Pruzin, Carol Kovczun Nada Muzelf, George Katunich, Letiria Bode, -fs Hem- :wager ',.. Bernadette 'I are, left to iight, Joyce and Miclrey Clwestovicln. A ,1 ,.. HTL STUDE T COUNCIL l NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNCILS Every Friday at l2:2O, as Tbe sign "Stu- dent Council in Session" goes up, you can tell that the fifteen members, under the guidance of Mrs. Bernadette Fissinger, are busily discussing the problems of the sclwooI's student body, The Student Council is not all v.ork and no play. Giving 'faculty teas and being host at PTA, meetings were more pleasure than work. This year, for the first IIVDC. the Cccncil assumed the responsibility of planning a homecoming. It worked lward to make it tlwc success that it was. Typing ect and deliver- ing the Daily Bulletins was a first in tlwis ycar's activities also. Every day the wom- bers took time out from their sludt. Iwalls JK, Cmltiml iii:-mln-r'. liriiirl iimiry iii-W til.-.in lim llivir Irlrliry ini-1-Iirtrl!-. Hnngmq Wmmhs 'O muy nw commq ol Cluristnms arc Jerry Cork and Carol KFJVCIIIIT REVISES CONSTITLITIO K7 .., l i li .Q lil M iii fi: l -QQ- T '15 T7 Student Council Members: FIRST ROW: Betsy Swerdon, Ralph Williams, Carol Kovczun, Joan Templer, Nada Muzek, 3 Tony Skifano, and Letitia Bode. SECOND ROW: Bob Trzeciak, Jerry Cork, Myra Someson, Shirley Johanson, Joyce Pruzin, Ross Guzik, Mickey Chestoe Mch, and George Katunich. to deliver the bulletins. The Monthly Calendar, pre- pared by Carole Koyczun, was a help to everyone in school. All the coming events of the month- time and place-were shcx-.n on the calendar. The weekly meetings ot the Constitution Committee proved to be a success, tor the Constitution was com- pletely revised by early March and was presented to the Student Body in early spring. :cam The election of the class otticers end Student Council representatives were among the Council's spring ac- tivities. Learning to work together was one of the best things the Council accomplished. 3 . f Nair ff , i ' 'iffif i - i L.. -nn.--new .. .---W. ,,,,., CW ., .ww ,mmm 4., V 1, .TE W ' M2 "L, rl-A . Mfg Q 2 ,..i r ' 'F' ' A . :JK .. 41.2. A Q ii l ' ' , Tony Skitano, Betty Sy-.eoon. Shirley Johanson, and George Katunich help decorate the Christmas tree. -pw' Helping with the stapling of the Daily Bulletin are Myra Someson and Nada Muzek while Mickey Chestovich and Bob Trzeciak wait to distribute them. Carol Kovczun types out the .'.'.onthly Calendar as Nada .'.'-zek looks over the Stcdent Comcii Scrapbook, COTILLION S SUCCESSFUL 4194 TEE -A-RAMA VISITS TOLLESTO Sponsors at the weekly dances are Paul Bohney, Mrs. D0 YOU have Change for 5 len? Dorothy Weaver and Louis Chuckney. Social Club isn't iust another club or dance, but a part of Tolleston that has become a tradition. For the past twenty- one years, Tolleston students have come to these weekly dances to get together to talk over the latest news in school, to meet that special person they've noticed in the halls, or lust to dance for a couple of hours. This year Social Club had a visitor. The local radio station came to record some of the school's talent for use on one of its shows. The gym was crowded with students eagerly waiting to hear their fellow classmates perform. The Troys, a singing group from the Girls' Glee Club, Myrtle Gibson, and Al Knezevich were among the main attractions. The Student Council and Social Club sponsors are continually trying to make Social Club one of the gayest and best activities at our school. Get stamped here! Teen-A-Rama attracts crowds and talent. .ILI IOR STLIDE T COUNCIL PRESENTS QW' ' , I ,I , ,, ,K Q f I was taken. Sponsors of the Junior Student Council are Mrs, Mildred Gilpin and Arthur Babaganian. Hz o'f"wrirr'e'-'vri'- E 'M I W1 ll JF? W2 fl , rn Q lAr,-r,il,.1-rg ul llir- jiiiiiiir frliiili-ii! Coiiiiiil piclurucl Irom lull lo riglil, aiu FIRST ROW: lrlif, liigliir Hrrirrii, Miirrl-:ll I,l.ivi5, .incl JL-rry lewis. SECOND ROW: Frances Wilson, Vfiiiiiilizli, fiiifl Isilfilllil lliilnfiii, THIRD ROVV' IQOY NUITIW. Officers of the Junior Council are Sandra Hutson, Secretary Mardell Davis, President, and Roy Nunn, Treasurer. The Vice President, Clifford Collins, was not present when the picture 19-v Victor Coulter, Mcrce Belly Thompson, Fred GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Other Junior Council members are: FIRST ROW: Floria McClinton, Judy Popa, Estell Schramm, Juan Jose Lopez, Clifford Collins, and Jane Mohrherr, SECOND ROW: Asylee Haymon, Carol Carden, Joe Yocius, David Derdovvski, and Felix Soto, THIRD ROW: Connie Martin. Mrs. Gilpin and Mr. Babaganian, sponsors of the Junior Student CounciI,have been proud of their organization, During the year, the Junior Student Council undertook the responsibility ot being co- hosts with the Senior Council and co-hosts at several P.-T.A. meetings. The Council also held tive monthly dances at the Legion Post 270. At the close of the year, the Council worked hard to select a Junior High student for the Good Citizen- ship Award. A busy biweekly meeting is presided over by the president, Mardell Davis. F.T.A. IS ORGANIZED f -.X , in The co-sponsors of the F.T.A. are Miss I-nna Marsh, FTA Officers from left to right are: Sharon Vrebee, Treasurerg Barbara pictured above, and Mrs. Dorothf Weaver, not present. Por-csalf, Secremrff Loretta Martia, Viqe President, and Vatl-if Beder, President, The Carl Franzen Chapter of the Future Teachers of America Club at Christmas was another serfice performed bf the chapter, is one of the newer organizations at Tolleston, lt nas formed this yea, by M555 Anna Marsh and Mm' DO,0,l.,! Wea,e,v March found Kath, Beclfer, President, organizing the Induction Service, and Carole lfovczun heading the committee appointed to "Experience is the best teacher" and thro-Jglnc,iJt the fear, rnerri- d,a,, up me Cmpyef Cgrmygyutionl bers of the club were given the opportunity of subztitmlrig for teachers and carrying on the regular classroom norlr. lf' VW? SPVWQI 7lm"f N55 lahffl 0'-'7 fV9""' 'IW P'?P'3'5'l0f' and Plan' ning of Smderitleacl-ters' Da, to sponsor a dance, 4 Coming to the aid of needy families mth basletg Qt cant-ed gaze: F. T, f-,. members, from left T0 right areg FlPST PO!! Join, CZ,lg P, Jsdf Yoplro, Shlrlef Johanson, Earlene Poljnson, and Nargafe' Vargasg SECOND POW: Toni Schiralli, Jofce Pnizin, Carole Yorczd i, fwolfri Jager, Arla Miller, and Harriet Ynrpp, THIPD PON f.' gg Mafih, FYBVW NlCNallf, Minnie Davis, Yaren Mulzelr, Loretta If-arm, Dzrlnf, Uzelfm and Pozalie Cchiralli, FOUPTH PON4 Barbara Ponczalr Kathf Beclrer, Loretta Piggee, Helen Mclanrin, Cargl Berger Dgfgrln, L.lf,,ql,, Carglffl Bndgir., Delereg Jghngenr Cargl Jacvgon, Hang, iff-f ri? Mildred Gross, and Judf Orlonslfi, 3 ii 4 4 T7 fr rf We x ff ffjv ,,, , ,Q , ,, .fll P P 'l x b m J X SCIENCE CLUB REORGAN IZES Mr. John Riedel, demonsrrares the use of a slide rule ro Science Club officers, standing from left ro right, Bruce Johanson, Treasurer Raymond Koruschak, Vice-Presidenrp Jim Keeney, President, and Lorena Brudzinski Secretary while Mr. Edward Moore co-sponsor adds a few pointers. Taking over rhe lob of finding rhe "Mad Scieniisrsn of Tollesron School are Mr. John Riedel and Mr, Edward Moore, who have re- organized rhe Science Club. Those who are sincerely inreresfed in science now have an opporruniry To become bener acquainted with modern scientific methods The Club is divided info five sections with Jerry Paior as The head of the Pnysics Divsion, Bruce Johanson, Chemistry, Ray Koruschak, Asrronomy, John Lan-Faiosi, Rockers, and Bob Behnke as head of The Radio Division. Each division rreers ar leasr once a week, depending iis progress To rhe orher members of The club ar rhe general meeting on rhe iiirsr Tuesday of every monrh. on +he group, eric reports Pai-rigipimg in fig group meetings torn our some unusual Work, Their main obiecrlve is ro have their fforlc displayed in The Science Fair so Thar whey may be eligible for a science scholarship. 44+- T, I We 'F Science Club membership is large ri-iis year as The picrure above indicares. ln rhe from cenrer is Norman Kcruschak, from left To right are, FIRST ROW: Bob Lynch, Jim Williams, Georgialice Pas1orer, Pere Sedan, and Cas- rniro Galindo. SECOND ROW: Joyce Pruzin, Lorena Brudzinski, David Kadelak, Margaret Vargas, and Sandra Melron. Tl-llRD ROW: Walrer Kienzyn- ski, Walfer Czarnecki, Ralph Williams, Milan Bilyak, and Steve Yaczko. SIXTH ROW: Jim Walrers, Jerry Williams, Gary Kosfelnik, Don Wszolek, and George Karunich, SEVENTH ROW: Ray Koruschak, Robert Behnke, Frank Martin, Danny Cole, and Bob Budgin. ElGHTl-l ROW: Maynard Beard, Jim Lynch, George Miller, John Lamlalusi, and John Serleric. NINTH ROW: Mike Koldus, Jim Keeney, Jerry Paior, Bruce Johanson, and Ji r Krisrensen. J frlfe Fuwre scientists brave cold November weafher To atrend a Science Fair ar Purdue Universify. l -4 . - r-to . Club Sponsors Paul Elliott and Ronald Bowden display Spatin Club emblem. SPATIN CLUB I ITIATE Being a member of Spatin Club is an honor and privi- lege extended to any student having either Spanish or Latin in his curriculum. He is required to undergo a fun- filled day of initiation and at the close of the day, to attend a formal candlelight ceremony. This year the typical initiate wore a combination of Spanish and Latin garments and was required to obtain the signatures of the Spatin Club officers and members on a make-shift scroll. The Pinata is symobolic of fun, laughter and the Spatin Club Christmas Party, Members gather together to see movies, dance, sing and exchange grab bag gifts. The beautiful Starlight F a nt a s y, annual semi-formal dance, is a project on which Spatin members spend weeks of hard work. This year the Fantasy was on January ll in the Boys' Gym. Music was furnished by Bob Miniclc and his Continental Band. The decorations were made by a special committee headed by Sammi McGrovitz. The fine work being done by the Spatin Club gives us another reason to point with pride to our school and say, "This is our school." ,W wi. f 'Q .1-W, .M i , f , If 'Vt fi ff! ' 7 fe r M f 'Wu if '.-pfiliri fllill fill l lvll Iii riitlil M.uiiiti- titliti-i, l l l iiii iii, it-iii 'ii--.ii --ii, JOYCE CZUBIK Jfirritriir- !iArf,rr,-fill, Viri-Twrmiili-nity Iiiwni- fulfil, '.i-in-lilly, luyii- fltllllli, lrJiirll1Yr'.1r Mvlttlwr Tr'-iiqiir'-r, f,iri,l l' l'iili tli ,until ll.ii:iill llliiliu., hui. fll 'uf' liiii ORTY-TWO EW M MBERS Third-year members are, from left to right: FIRST ROW: Marianne Gastevich, Cynthia Brown, LouAnn Tiernan, Violet Bektesh, Frances Pruzin, and Shirley Voris. SECOND ROW: Kathy Becker, Harriet Dudas Sammie McCrovitz, Lois Feczko, and Carole Kovczun, THIRD ROW: Loretta Kostka, Lorene Guzik, Sandra Cidylo, Gerry Jaksa, Margie Kelner, and Dan Slavo. 1 S . if Second-Year members are: FIRST ROW: Minnie Davis, Barbara Hightower, initiates keep Marianne Gastevich and and Loretta Brudzinski: SECOND ROW: .lim Palmateer, .lim Walters, and Loretta Brudzinski busy signing scrolls. Spencer Manoski. FA TASY PROVI DES A- ' ,' silver' V57 " xii. 1-3 ac .fa r""4l-. - 'T First-year Spafin Club members are, FIRST ROW: Evergene Edwards, Sharon Paclol, Lynette Greene, Janice Vereb, Gloria Guzik, DorofhyLup1ak, Myra Someson, Sharon Skager, Sharon Williarns, and Carol Dixon, SECOND ROW: Jackie Bims, Joyce Jackson, Beverly Broome, Elaine Gonsiorowski, Doris Erler, Donna Daronalsy, Linda Langbehn, Joyce Vician, Buelah Hicks, Bernice Corpus, and Carol Braatzg THIRD ROW: Diane Bulza, Shirley Johanson, Carolyn Skager, Barbara Knudson, Grace Gordon Marcia Michaelson, Gerrie Powell, Tonl Ellen Reed, Hannah Gulp, Kay Talley. FOURTH ROW: Dan Wick, Douglas Frank, Larry Klimek, Larry Shrader, Richard Stasak, John Larnfalusi, Randy Paior, Al Knezevich, Jim Lynch, Al Bondor, and Torn Malenshek, J J 5 ' f ' r 1 Jia l if , iw if l f l i K 'Q H 91 f W , , , ,yn ,, , Futura Spalun Club rnfwiilwri wi- fmily clrussucl for Joan Vician receives her ccrliflcalc of membership the iriilinlifm, during the formal lnilialion ceremony, FLI FDR ALL The punch bowl catches the eye of these couples Bob Mumcks Continental Band provtded the musnc as they pause for refreshments for the Starlight Fantasy 'uumlv' xkfd A good time was had by all at the Fantasy this year. CONTESTS KEEP If pq It 6 Y17 -.L iq 'T' Getting ready to announce the candidates for Photogenic King and Queen at the Camera Club's dance, "Fascination," are Luba Bondor, Donna Uzelac, and Marianne Gastevicln. Camera Club officers, pictured from lelt to right, are: Katl-W KYECW, Treasurer: M955 Olive l'35l'OWf 5F'0'150'1 D0'0'l"f K'EC'l'i PUU The Shutter Snappers-TolIeston's Camera Club members- licity Chairman, Carole Kovczun, Secretary, Marianne Gastevich along Wim Sponsor' Miss Olive Leskowl added a new feature President, and Luba Bondor, Vice-President ,O mei, da,-,Ce this yew. 'F' - Qui, The Shutter Snappf,-rn, from I--ll to riglit, arc- llR'iI ROWq Uvlori--, Vi-lur, Slmruii Fullvr, Patricia Pcrsin, Donna Harmon, Norma Warren, ,md Plwllig I-'.iiiiiri-, 'Jfritllt WNW lrvni- Nurnliirln, Lvl-lynn Wirtiv. bliiiron luiqlit, llnmi- Byczynslii, Kathy Yocius, and Joyce Pisarslxi. HLITTER SNAPPERS BUSY x Q 1.7 'QJ - if warm? Camera Club members, pictured from left to right, are: FIRST ROW: Dorothy Libich, Joyce Pruzin, Jo-Ann Sudroff, Donna Uzelac, Nancy Scecina, and Luba Bondorg SECOND ROW: Carole Kovczun, Loretta Roszkowski, Mary Ann Byczynski, Mildred Gross, Kathy Krecik, and Marianne Gastevich. 5UCl" 5 l5l9 decision C0UlCl 0f1lY have beeft decided UPON The club members were proud to have won honors in the at a Monday meeting presided over by the officers. National Phomgraphy Contest fhis yea,-. lt is understood that anyone who is interested in learning the processes for taking a picture to its printing, may ioin the Camera Club. Donna Harmon takes Sharon Padol's picture while Dorothy Krecik, Kathy Krecik, and Norma Warren help with the lighting effects. Getting solution ready to develop film are Ray Mattox, Emeric Zavada and Betty Kruk. 's Alt? GIRL ' GLEE CLUB BRIGHTENS ,,, ,L l MISS CHARLOTTE DOMROESE The officers of the Girls' Club are pictured from left to right: they are Betsy Swerdon, Sponsor Treasurer, Phyllis Baumgart, Publicity Chairman, Loretta Brudzinslri Secretary, and .Joan Templer, Vice President, Not pictured are Fran Pruzin, President, and Diane Rornansky, Social Chairman. The spirit of Christmas is truly enriched by the The Music Festival, the Northern Indiana Band, music of the Tolleston High School Girls' Glee Club. Orchestra, and Vocal Contest, the Easter Program, and The beautifully solemn Christmas Pageant and the the P.-TA. Christmas Program keep members Of the cheerful caroling in the halls are presented annually Girls' Glee Club quite busy. by this organization. ri Qs 4 iv li' 5 TW The 720 Girlz' Glrfr- Cluli nn- llR'il l-'HW fiirrii- Mifllliluli, lli-vi-fly fiinitli, lind.i Wright, Theresa Salinas, Jackie Bims, Maggie Mablcs. Pita Ovf:rl9r:rrj, Lliiiiiri Hfrlfiiul-i lii-yi-rly li-nip, filiiirriii l'iiclr.il, Mym fiuiiii-soii, Vial Pr-rain, and Bully Hydog SECOND ROW: Stella Barnet, Pat Pawlicli, lirinfi Wnllfi-rl friiiiiii- Milli-iiilvr, lit lluiiim C-illi-spiii, Biirliarn Story, Dolores Josuforaliy, Pat Orlowslii, Pam Pclxovich, Judy Voft, and Pat Arcliirinrrl, Tllll?D POW. Gloria Oilli-apic-, Carolyn Allen, lri-iii: Nuinturln, ,loan Childress, Kathy Krccils, Dclplwlnc Konopaclil, liiurfi M-Ulfil, Pnl llmrio, Hi-lay 'nu-riliiii, fyrillim lli-riiiiri, .tml Killliy Dully. 96 LLS AT CHRISTMAS ' -M -- -ww..,:..mNMa. e . ., f ... .,..-: A... .. ,.., ,...x - .m.aQMa..,wn.,.m-...Q ,em . ,A,,,, :-..A.,,, ,.,, a- a: J, J . 4.5- Members of the 12:20 Girls' Glee Club are: FRONT ROW: Geraldine Parker, Doris Erler, Sharon Templer, Mary Lou Toby, Paulette Dennis, Annie Kidd, Annie Boran, Joyce Pruzin, Sharon Stack, Elaine Gonsiorowski, and Joyce Stolz, MIDDLE ROW: Lynette Green, Sarah O'Neal Loretta Brudzinski, Shirlee Dye, Arlene Walker, Carol Buchek, Kay Talley, Shirley Green, Carolyn Skager Knudson, Dorothy Jankovich, and Karen Harbisonp TOP ROW: Charlene Gay, Frankie Byrd, Myrah Sims, Jennifer Barnes, Myrtle Gibson, Sharon Yover, Sally Spisak, Lorene Guzik, Carol Collins, Pat Tomko, Joan Templer and Nadine Blakely. Members of the 2:20 Girls' Glee Club are: FlRST ROW: Carol Forbes, Donna Dobrowolsky, Ruth Kruk, Sally Wisneski, Sandra Belcher, Mary Lee Taylor, Emily Swope, and Joyce Jackson, MIDDLE ROW: Phyllis Baumgart, Mary Ann Byczynski, Antoinette Mostello, Mary Kellner, Theresa Boynak, Grace Gordon, Laurel Aubuchon, Carol Jackson, Carolyn Mitchell, Annette Washington, Georgia Scott, and Brenda Hold, TOP ROW: Geraldine Miller, Grace Reynolds, Pat Patton, Charlene Miller, Elma Jean Flournoy, Annester Miller, Carol Beres, Dolores Drop, Linda Wonsowicz, Mary Ann Dancy, Pat Lashenik, and Gerrie Hydo, fx -1 J r ALIDIENCES E JOY DRAMA ,W bwf. ' -- "'-x. Z f The Dramafics Club officers for rlfrig fear, plc Lou!-.nn Tiernan, Chairmang Jim Vice-President. The drarnafievs Soda! Clfrairmarrg Elwaror. Pedd, Paimamer, Treasurerg Marge Yeh of Tdieeffzrr Eckoof asseffbr-ed rr The first and third 'Nedrrezdaf of eferf rromff, the Dramatrcs CHE, gpzngzred by lfrg, Lgneg Geratdirre 14-rrderszfr "Gully, amafe Jr Me: that 'fe craf1'e'z': new on Arsenic and Old Lac E r ,Jr ang af nor?" nag fre G-eCz'a'fu 'ff' 'came ' The Gage crew reparrev I- no-zporrzo' of the Drarraritz Club vrrr: fear iz life 1-grre: Lfrrdfr Yured aber-2 frcmf 'eff 'Q r,gr'.V, are: E-ec'-verfg Darfa Uze ac Pkjiff er, Pr-ezidefwg afd Defra Darorravzf, 'fe an for ,ff fre C fever, nv?-ed on We Cazf 10 freffrzrize fre" rff., !f'e' 'ar a rfevfg L' ha: readf, 'fe p'cd'.c1,or, nan 'jrlfgf rr, fra ammo' ,fr cf J Lfrdr afc ,'.": ',i'f15 ard17 ff-gf :,, gf are frrgv gernezfer 7:C'rlr7rf:2, 'he rrefrrxw, at .lgf 21: rg fc, 'lo nerr tc Chrcagc cn Februarf 1910 166 iff Fair Lady. I-'ra' L ed Q' Hcwf' Z':CZV2'19"'EZ'EY arfracfrcrr ne: Ire Mgr 2726 'eff' :'zf. .Cf:VrE'f, afu ' f Apu? Tre Tro,:, a :ingrrrg group made up af cert' nzfz, If e r. . Lffc' 'fe avvacvor, propefff arena rfede paper rnecb-e' dr,frfr,,eg, mf., "rf 'fe fri, ff r Y,,,ff,,4 fi f r ' rr 1 5' 1" U ' r rr FWZT VU!! L1 ' ' '. H'fJ'gf.', 1221 FJWQ, Yafkf U.ir3'rPGG' Ha, efff. QC: rg , 15, fggr ner .rf '1 Y-r" , 13 ' 'W f,',rfmlJ iff: .'. f' r',' ',-mw- UZVUNJ Lrr, CH, J':F1ff:"f: Zaiarrjrl 'fiqlra Barrrrg-r ,Off -4 Ly' ff, , f In , frr Y 'MJ-' F-'r.' fr YH 'r Vw' Hgrrr, Burn: "Jf1C1?G1.r3L, ffarf N11',5qQ, Elgrmg G0ngrgrg,f,gLr ',,,,.,, 3,41 2, ' ., r ,, r f 121 hwy Hr-fr 1 Ll LLlB'S MAJOR PRODUCTIO l Mrs. Geraldine Anderson is a co- sponsor of the Dramatic Club. Arsenic and Old Lace, a comedy in three acts, was the ' Dramatic Club's highly successful production this year. The play about two elderly women, Martha and Abby Brewster, who had killed thirteen rrtert, Seemed to have The audiences at all The sisters smile in anticipation as the guests are about to drink PGVTOVVTWGVWCES l5UQl'lln9 Tfom The Openlflg T0 The Closing Scenes- the poisoned elderberry wine in this scene from "Arsenic and Old This proved to be very rewarding for the members of the Lacey cast after the many hours spent in long, hard rehearsals. Dramatics Club members, pictured from left to right, are: FIRST ROW: Hanna Guip, Karen Muzek, Grace Engel, Lou Ann Tier- nan, Myra Someson, and Donna Uzelac, SECOND ROW: Toni Reed, Joyce Pruzin Sharon Padol, Virginia McCullom, Lorene Guzik, and Kathy Becker, THIRD ROW: Sharon Williams, Donna Daronatsy, Dorothy Jankovich, Marge Kelner, Donna Harmon, Jo-Ann Sudroff, FOURTH ROW: Sharon Fuller, Martha Thompson, Doris Erler, Linda Langbehn, and Violet Bektesh, FIFTH ROW: Royce Blankenship, Spencer Nlanoski, Ron Keneson, Jim Palmateer, and Ernie Arthur. "ARSEN C AND CLD LACE" ENACTED Who put him he-re? Hon, boys, Iet'5 not fight, ir's onlf a plaf. The plafere in firzenic and Old Lare nere: Pon Yeneecn, aeared. FSPST PCN: Lou!-nn Tiernan, Dough: Frarkl Spencer Manonzh Hanna Gap Defra Da':'a'ef, Ernest I-niwr, Lore-ne GUZW, Nafge Ve're', Svardef Lupe ?a, Jlfr, PaIfra'eer, a'c .15L'r Aragon, SECOND PON: Jerry Cow, Dem-a Hafrron, Ifaren ff .zek lfwa 3:"e:c', Bch Lemon, Phi! Brennan, Jae! Firfre, Bob Herr-, ard Sardra Be':re'. l!l!l!!' J-ff S .-f,. 5 f.,f,v,,, , M, , ,,,. W7 6' 7 I I "v- -v 'S 'af' NL Lug, Fr: wr 1- Muff ' rY'1,vrf-r,', Errnrg I-rr?-,rr Qyanlgf Lwpmyal r K I 1 I F r ' V ', ff 1 w .rf ' rf f" 1,,, 'Lf ,,, 1 , H1 Pf,1.'.' Dfw. Crfrg Hgh Bqbfnbrj-I Bill Pf3ng0 If rf ' F F H v nvv 1 Yr P f Bmrwrf,-rrir-wp, Bflb HQVFI, Gnd f,4,5fr-gg Kglngyt TEENS LEAR TO BE SAFE DRIVER Safe-Teens' Club sponsor is Coach Joe Vance. That motor certainly looks interesting. The Sate-Teens' Club is in its second year at Tolles- bers discuss problems that might occur while driving. ton and is living up to its obiective of encouraging Each member displays a Safe-Teen emblem on his the licensed drivers ot high school age to practice car window to show membership. The drivers of cars safety on the road. which have such an emblem seriously try to abide Under the guidance ot Coach Joe Vance, the mem- by the principles taught to them. visas I Safe-Teens' from left to right, are: FIRST ROW: Alan Jerry Ferda, Larry Mangold, LouAnn Tiernan, Donna Uzelac, Rita Over- burg, Nada Muzek, Bob Hirchak, and Tony Skifano, SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Erler, Linda Borausky, Shirley Wallace, Dorothy Minick, Loretta Martis, Loretta Brudzinski, Cynthia Brown, and Minnie Davis. THIRD ROW: Jim Alexander, Manuel Soria, Eugene Reed, Jerry Sonaty, Loretta Piggee, Delores Johnson, and Barbara Hightower, FOURTH ROW: Don Zakutansky, John Serletic, Richard Jelesky, Pat Povlinski, Richard Saunders, Richard Mineer, James Wright, and Annie Borom, FIFTH ROW: Fred Kennedy, Joe Chestovich, Neil Groth, Jim Keeney, Bruce Johanson, Bill Muzek, Tom Steininger, Jim Palmateer and Jerry Paior,TOP: Arthel Martin. LIBRARY CLU' l if . ,, 1 1- -1 4. -1 1 ,ii-T 5 M- 1 . VM ' ' i-M... ni . ,v , . - ,bca 4. Miss Sylvia Kaplan, new llbfaflanr The officers of Library Club from left to right, are: Loretta Brudzinslri, Treasurer, sponsored the Library Club this Elaine Pavellca, Soc. Chi, Geraldine Jalrsa, Secretary, Sandra Cidflo, President, Marianne year. Gastevich, Pub. Ch., and Luba Bondor, Vice-President. The Library Club, reorganized this year to stress Teen reading programs have taken place, and it is library service within The school as well as to en- hoped they will be even bettter in coming years, Courage and SfimU'a'e1'1e reading of good lllelalwe' Activities ofthe year included two faculty teasfone has Shown lapld progress at Tolleslon School' at Christmas and one at Easter f, a Valentine party A program of outside services, such as story-tell- and a dance in the spring. ing To bedridden children, has moved forward slowly. I 2' Q1 I ' . ff library Club rrrrirrrliflrn lrurrr lil! In iililrl .irri ill-"rl L'rrW M-irfllriiriiriiil-1 '.li.rrriri Ulrnw, Uonrm Hnrinon, Llninc Pavcllra, Joyce Pruzin, Sarah lntrir.-rr, Criralrliiir- l.rlr'.,r, rinil Iiryri' 'riilrrl 'rltlrrlli I-'1 PW 'rliirrriri lfri-ln-5, Allur-rm Czubilr, Sandra Thornton, Minnie Davis, Rosalie Cchrrfillr, Toni Cflrrrrillr, Ir,rrit.r ltrrr.l.frr.4,lr lhrr lir.r.r1r ,inrl lJriiin.i ll1r-I.rr llllRU ROW4lub.1 Bonflor,Nacl.1 Mirzrrlv, Nancy Scccin.1,Marrannv "1u',lf:llf.li, ffl-illw flilxfirr, lfrillry Milirrlirll, '.rinrIr.i frilylii, llir'r1".ir Hfiyrirllf, illltl Br-um lliqul. SPONSORS FACULTY TEAS. l Sandra Cidylo,club president, conducts the monthly meeting. f iilliii Library club members are look ing for good books. by' K' QQQ.-W-,,,,., , .. .5 af' ' ' .rv . r -ee 'X Marianne Gastevich pours the first cup of punch at the What seems to be so interesting in Sarah lntrieri's book? Faculty Tea as the officers and the club sponsor look on. F.H. . HAS S CCESSFLIL YEAR The members of the F.H.A. from left to right: FIRST ROW: Eileen Stewart, Sharon Sharp, Delores Velez, and Karen Koexterg SECOND ROW: Patricia Brown, Albertine Mayes, Patricia Mares, Barbara Hoplrinz, Mattie Wilson, Shirley Barber, Bobbie Davis, Carolfn Simon, and Synda Wimbley. A t- i ' 4 , 3 ' i ' . One of the newly organized clubs this year 3 Nas the F.l-l.A., sponsored by Mrs. Mona Wil- rl W W son. The Future l-lomemalfers of America is a r 5 , l 3 - My i Q club formed to strive for and maintain a clearer A - , A . understanding in the girls' ideas of future home- H ,K .f 8 malring. I K ' The officers this year were fortunate to have '- , 1 if l F Y Ella Northey who before coming to Tolleston, 7 V O f' ' at waz an F.H,A. member at another school. As W ,- . Q. Club advisor, she is in charge of all committees. All the girls seem to be enlofing the initiation 'MV rfra frm. rritfmt ,ir ii, ,i,,i, rr ng ullirr-15 of Iln- fll fn rung Bagiilglr, Hub-M Vin? p,.,,5.d,,m Sun lmdnp Sm: rr-tary, Ella llorthef, f'f1'll10fQ and Emlfn Zrfr,,,1,qV p,Q,,,j,,,.,,. R. O. T. C. ENLARGES While drilling, shining Their medals, and learning abouT army life, The boys in R. O. T. C. had To become acquainted wiTh Their new instructor, Sgt. William Close. Tollesfon has always had a good Rifle and Drill Team and This year was no. excepTion. The Rifle Team ranked high in The city-wide R. O. T. C. maTches and The Drill Team, con- sisfing of Twenty-Two boys, is one of The ciTy's besT. The Corps is organized inTo companies in which sTudenT officers can learn To assume responsibiliTy and To direcT men. These boys do an outsfanding iob in promoting miliTary achievemenT aT Tolleston School. The R. O. T. C. isn'T all work and no play. Each year an Honorary CadeT Colonel Dance is given. The boys also do a splendid iob of puffing on a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. AT The end of The year, when all mafches are over and all medals are won, The long awaited Mili1ary Ball arrives. Af The end of Tolleston's R. O. T. C. officers are pictured above, SEATED: Gene Moon, Lt The year, The boys can recall many sometimes rough but pIeasanT memories of R. O. T. C. life aT TollesTon. Col., Ervin Zavada, Mai., Dan Slavo, Capt. STANDING: Don Zakutansky, First LT. David Didelot, Second LT., and Bill Muzek, First Lt. PicTured below are Tolleston's riflemen, SEATED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Cook, Dan Slavo, Gene Moon, Ervin Zavada, and John Serletic. STANDING: Roy MaTTox, Leonard Osborne, William Johnson, Michael Koldus, Ernest Hardin, Chuck Marcyianik, and John Petrukitas. V3 'FV' R. 0. T. C. HAS N W NSTRUCTCR 137---1 X. I - 'SGT HILL!!-ff CLOCE ll! nl 7 ,J W 4,5 ' fm ' W lo, ' ,nf I if 1-,V 'W ,+ve-ihzovuz, lfgfv to rwghv, iJYf: Maman Fmncf, Emezv Lczwvd Ozbomc, 'md I-rake! lhmm f, v r ,W - I 1 ., , , , M--n 4 L' L Y .N i Hardin, L fu, 5 ,flu A, ' ENVWQ at S' z ?f "' Z 1 - wi , .y I 1 O , r. 111. . v 5 ' W V-nw 0' W -. .NA ,M a ,. -5 sl- QQ Q5- " ' I ,fuimf -,-Q -rp -1 -fl "K," 'za ,713- Y3,:'::-1. ul' ' sr J 5-wv Q! 154 Q L. x.,-3 .,, Q ' 5 N.. ,J 2 -W , . Vw' MH! 'mln'-, In 1411! 1- ' SENIOR IS CHOSEN HO ORARY CGLO EL M, ll! '19 Pictured with the Honorary Colonel is her court: Jo-Ann Sudroff, Loretta Kostka, Sandra Cidylo, Honorary Colonel, Harriet Dudes, and Mary Biamonta. Miss Sandra Cidylo, a senior, was named Honorary Colonel at the dance held in honor of her and her court on November 22. Sandra was chosen out of many girls on the basis of her scholastic ability, her wholesome character, and her willingness to partici- pate in the activities of the R. O. T. C. At the dance, Sandra and her court were presented with flowers from the cadets. Mary Biarnonta, Har- riet Dudas, Loretta Kostka, and Jo Ann Sudroff were the finalists that made up Sandra's court. Candidates for the Honorary Colonel were chosen by the faculty, and a' final vote of the R. O. T. C. cadets made the final decision. 4 4, f f , Captain Frank Wilby escorting Miss Honorary Colonel and Captain Dan Slavo and SANDRA CIDYLQ date lead the Grand March. Honorary Cadef Colonel I07 RIFLE TEAM I Cadets in the Third Platoon of Companf "A" are ptctured above, FIRST ROW: Btll Vespo, Jgfbplw Sallngg, Frartlf Salomon, Pacme Pollard, and Edward Gtll-yspte SECOND POW Wtlltam Brofm, Rtchard Stmpson, John Panllch, Alvun Jacobson, Pobcft 'Ntlson Polic-rt Malt,-r, ,md Clfdu Horton THIRD POW Pof Mattel, Jacob Trotter, Wnlliam Vtladdell, lemme: Deboafd, Jchrwf P.,-ters, David Muze-lf, and Fred Marando ftlflfflz ut IIN- Iu'.l I'l.vIt.+m :tl lttnnvlnuuxy "ll" luv- lmlmvrI.1I1OvL'. IIR'xI IJIIW Il-'nvlml BIIIUII, Bm: Imumry, l.tv.t1', Yfftfttl. lftutntt, I-tml-4, ,mtl In-tl Iflwn-. HIIUNII I-'IIVV Alln-tl l.l.ulw., Mtuvm IIVIIIPY, Wullmm lrlty, Illv, Ilqvw., 'lmvlfu lffllmttuu, lun--,I Ilnlllnlu, .null llll'. lftfmltt-. IHIRIJ IJIIW' IUYIY Gulll-, I.-tl K4-nrlrun, fvmtf lm lttltt tt! I-ftutttltl I-I-.-., I-tlm lttlunntm, 4 .ul 'lvl'-In-1, .null If-rntmrtl tl-.llttrtuv Q I IS OUT ANDI Cadets in the First Platoon of Company "A" are pictured above: FIRST ROW: George Robinson, Raymond Thompson, Louis Thompson, Menzo Battle, William Sharpe, and Fred Schramm. SECOND ROW: Joe Evans, William Jonaitis, Julius Pullin, Leroy Mitchell, Curtis Flournoy, Robert Williams, and Robert Ursery. THIRD ROW: Bob Bikoff, Jim Koepke, Ted Clark, Willie Smith, Harvest Thomas, Pete Kotulock, and Ervin Zavada. Second Platoon Company "A" cadets are: FIRST ROW: Joe Cook, Mike Koldus, Willie Upshaw, Bob Carroll, Frank McNally, Arthmus Odie, and John Serletic. SECOND ROW: Walter Lupeika, Henry Malott, William Muzek, Don Zakutansky, Gene Moon, David Didelot, Bill Johnson, and Ron Anderson. . ff! BOYS A D GIRLS MAKE 'ff jf M7 1 ffff, , Q X i ' gn Cedefs f ffedf, Eze :cr EECC? ' cf' Har: fe H-efv, Efi "awe: H G9Z'Q': 'le zzz, F'-EC :fe .zr ,: an: Jerri' .J r,!,' 95" 9 Bair ,yf Pe",f'a: E"e': Zafecz "awe: pi"'L', 'facie Je"f::, Je"e: '1 ' 4 3 f- f f I x . " 11', 2' r,',"f.4' y WB". I iz' PQI. JL" , v u. v, fi-f-, g, f III, Lf-'13 ',',,f- f "I in Equ,-C G iq' ' f f jf- ', , Lf. lv. 1' ',-9" 1-v '-1, ,'fs"J Ja"5i:Z QC' 'mx' ,5" Yqffqg, LIP R. O. T. C. ROSTER Pictured above are the marching men of Tolleston's R. O. T, C. Drill Team: FIRST ROW1 Ted Clarke, Leland Sassman, William Sharp, Roy Mattox, David Muzek, James Wright, and Arthel Martin. SECOND ROW: Joe Cook, Leonard Osborne, Myron Knudson, Gene Moon, Ervin Zavada, Charles Wilson, and Ernest Harding. THIRD ROW: Bob Bikoff, Racine Pollard, Walter Lupeika, Alvin Jacobsen, Chuck Marcyianik, Henry Malott, John Pawlicki, Frank Salomon, and Emeric Zavada. lla fi WDJTDWJ l ,LH 1 -"- . f .-.- 31 I , 111 , . , 49 Girls' Rifle Team members are, FIRST ROW: Pat Tomko, Dorothy Krecik, Shirley Voris, Barbara Hightower, Marge Kelner, and Sally Wisneski. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Sum, Kathy Becker, LaDoris Johnson, Carol Kovczun, Myrtle Gibson, Rosie Nemtuda, Leona Winkowski, and Georgia Scott. BA D MEMBERS WI , .. fu. , V , V f, 'i H: A EDMUND BIELSKI ALBERT CARTER Director Assistant Director The clarinet players are, from left to right, FIPST WON: Shirley Vans, Gloria Hutson, Sharon Sebben, Shirley Johanson, Sandra Seydel, and William llashington, SECOND PON: Dorothy Janlonch, Dayid Biroff, Carol Brattz, Alberta Czubilr, Darlene Lynn, and Toniellen Peed, THIRD PON: Douglas Flouf"10f, Erneric Zavada, Carol Joseforslry, Evelyn I-lbach, ard Yaren if-lbach. Every school has a band to be proud of, and Tolles- ton is no exception. Whether marching on the football field or just playing in the Bandroom, they do a good iob. Through the years, members of the band have mas- tered the secret of SUCCESS-8 lot of practice. This year the annual music contest was held at Portage High School. There were forty-eight first and fifteen second-place medals won by band members. After competing in the regional contest, the first-place winners were eligible to compete in the state contest at Butler University. Again Tolleston students won honors for their school. In the spring, first-chair members in each section, par- ticipated in the Citywide Music Festival. One of the biggest performances of the Concert Band was at the annual Spring Concert, Many overtures, novelty tunes, and bouncy marches nent into the maring of the concert. Instrumental in appointing committees and making ar- rangements for the Spring Concert were the officers., Ervin Zavada, President, Bob Joros, Secretary, Mickey Chestovich, Treasurer, and I-I Knezevich, Business Man- ager. The snappy beating of the snare drum reminded band members that parade time nas here again. The band got in step for the many community affairs, among which nere the colorful Memorial Day Parade and the June Convocation. The year came to a close with the Commencement Efercise. The bass drum toolr on a steady beat as the anfiety of the neu band members was felt by the yeterans. Z-s the seniors left the aoditoriorr. to the strains of "March of the Brave," a 'year of successful perforrrarmee came to a close for the Tolleston Band. vm in Mei 'ora HO ORS IN CO TESTS ' if hxfx ,, 'KQ K 1 t Q , I u , ,Q if , ' I K ll J J, The Maiorettes, from left to right, are: Sandra Seydel, Virginia McCullom, Jo-Ann Sudroff, and Shirley Johanson: Cen ter, Jou Ann Tiernan. Members of The Flute section are: Lou Ann Tiernan, Jo-Ann Sudroff, Janet Ronic, Donna Harmon, and Shirley Hiffson. Bass and Alto Clarinetisis are: Diane Romansky, Sandra Hutson, Al Bondor, and Mary Wallace. FIR T-CHAIR MEMBERS PLAY QE S2 is RY Z Csjliilv v ZW' A lil 11 Drum Secfion Members are: Allen Hannon, Sneve Bruno, Donna Harmon, Sharon Williams, Susan l.ied1ke, and Al Knezevich, , A lx N X Adel f 9 I lj Saxophone Seclion members, from lefr lo righv, are: Loois Safles, Paul Pachapa, Sharon Leighf, Joros, Carol Sebben, Virginia McCullorn, and Rochel Flournoy. 4 4 , Q fan ' , r, 1 -l FOR CITY-WIDE MUSIC FE TIVAL ','--b' A V Cornet section members from left to right, are: Ervin Zavada, Larry Vorkopich, Barbara Popa, Ross Guzik, Eugene Jordan, Steve Koves, Andy Stefanovich, Barbara Zuk, and Jim Joros. Mixed Brass section members are: FIRST ROW: Bill Irwin, Andy Stefanovich, Jim Kristensen, and Ervin Zavada. SECOND ROW: Ronald Oresik, Fred Tany, and Alex Bondor. T... l E-- I l I THE E RE CLIR SPGRT -Y -F ff ,." 4""'jl"' qxig- .-f- nfffq- --r fn RT-Q -5 .i X, . 1 M- S N ,S-an '-r . - - -- - - J f. 1 k v.. ,v - n- - XX F 'A i., - -1 . - lil Y 2 - I L., H t x , -, k its Y , x..Y- vr A - - ,- V- -J - fs 5 ,, 5 Y tuthfi N , 1+ I-1 , g ' X 'Nl 5 . , 5? aw? if 'W 435 Q if In A5 ,mf MISS DIA E KEELEY I l MISS DIANE KEELEY G. A. A. Sponsor 1' LORENE GUZIK President SANIJPA C IUYIO Secretary Il8 The thud of a ball, a referee's whistle, the screams and laugh- ter of the girls -these are the sounds associated with our G. A. A. The year began with the Freshman Tea, September 20, and a few weeks later, October Io, these freshmen wore the initiate's costume of football players and the cheers for "ole G. A. A." rang through the halls. Very few of the I75 members missed the annual hike to Marquette Park, Octo- ber 5, where the laughter of the girls drowned out the com- plaints of tired feet, Many hours of secret plan- ning were spent by every class for the Christmas Spread and on December 18, they proudly displayed their skits and deco- rations. The climax of the evening was the arrival of Santa Claus. Then began the long months of earning points as the girls filled the gym every day after school playing their team sports. The council met every week planning the Grand Fi- nale of the year the G. A.A. Banquet, which was held at the K. of C. Ballroom, May 24. Sighs and sobs of happiness were heard as the new officers were installed, awards and let- ters were presented, and the girls realized that this was the end of a wonderful year in G, A. A. y, A' I 1 5 I ' U E if 5 1 fgj , 1 .1 XX X Xxx, l4c,--C-.-. --.... I 13 f ,7 1 , ' ,H I O-JJ- 'V ' s- 'ii' th-smpmsfrfuawrglyfqt. CD' if ,Mya c.,'.. 7 f 1 A HARRIET DUDAS Vice President VIOLET BEKTESH Treasurer EW G. A. A. SPO SOR Qi? ' N 'A r W LORETTA ROSZKOWSKI KATHY BECKER KAREN LANGBEHN indoor Sporthead Captainball Sponhead Outdoor Sporthead 12:9 ' Tree?-'T if V , :csv . ' , Being a G.A.A. Council member is a hard but reward- ing iob. Besides planning the activities of the club, every officer and sporthead spends many hours after school sche- duling team sports, recording points, and working to im- prove the club. The weekly council meetings, "fi under the leadership of Presi- dent, Lorene Guzik, and spon- . sor, Miss Diane Keeley, have iv. been hours of work and fun Y that every council member will ' long remember. DOLORES DROP MARGIE KELNER Social Chiifmafl Publicity Chairman YJ? 'MQ QS? BONNIE GACZKOWSKI GLORIA GUZIK JERRIE PQWELL Volleyball Sporthead Basketball Sporthead Softball Sporthead H px sENloRc5.A.A. '1 My XQXQ59 The members of YP-e semor G L A pmwed abcwa are, FIPST PON. I-mf Archrscm, Lois Fe-czko, Paf Braavz, Leona 'NirWongIf+, Caro! Eonav, Hafge YENV'-EV, and ff-an B+amom1a, SECOND PON: Bema Engel, Paula CogNef, Yavhf Becker, Pose Neffmda '.',v' e Gwlzscrx EMU flwsnesb, and Sandra Csdfb, , ,QWWWZ Z, , AWN Z Wm fnhy ',f-mmf ff IK fl ml-mluvn nw- Ill-'f-I W1 IVV ',.mumv- M11 ruvull, Burl:-um Hsqlwlowv,-r, Francis, Pmzm, I-mm Huflf, PM-H Id-..,I,.I.H ll..m.- Inf'-ll-,u 'ylmll-f bv'-I-W, .mul LM-lwm-5 .lulmson 'Q-ECVJND PQW Germ: ldw, bww IH,,,,1.y Ibm-. PVIMLII, lm-'ll-1 l1'4f'.flHfr.fu5-w, lwrvguu- Gmini, H.m1r3 Clwrrwflw, Hazel Horion Hxnvrwl ffwlm ,wwf Ifw-vt.l l'u,nI-w- JLI IOR G. . . J -1 3 vw. rn . I f , X", ff, I V si. . am aaa Jonror G. A. A, members are: FWRST ROW: Pat Skager Jo-Ann Sudroff, Nada Muzek Rat Brown, Sharon Lergnf Frankie Bxrd Dorofnx Skagen Cynthia Brown, and Lorena Brudzinski. SECOND ROW: Louann Ternar' Barbara Roncsak 'Marianne Gasfevicn, Nancy Scecina, Marne Wilson Carokn Budgn, Dorowny ','rEn?:k Exeln x'.2r'es anc Lrnda Grefzlnger. 1 Q7 K- Addlnonal ronlor rnenwoers are: FIRST ROW: VRoNef Bekresn Sr-arcn Krebes Lars Klng Cara! Beregy Jeanette Safanek, Sharon Stack, Sandra Hansen Joyce Rrezrr' ano Ria Cxerberg. SECOND ROk'.g Dem-5 Uzelac, Judy Orlov.ski Shirley Wallace JC,ce Cceifer, Dc'c'n, Dean Sfena Barnes Kama. YC: ,gy P+-, 15 Baomgarv, and Dorothy Libicn. I2 SOPHOMORE G. A. A. . A Eqphcmcre G L I- fffyr.bf,fg pcxfec' atc,-2 af-5 FWDZT PCN Nay flalhce, Carole Zebb-ery Jofcf- lmar, Lam Eder, ZFJVWCVE Thcrfvcf, fi'f:' h'.zer, Jzaf fcwqf, Lwda Largbeifw, Cami Jzzefzfwf, Dorcvff Jaf.v5,1qr, and G-awe Hfdz ZECCMD PCI. fa'ff ffecv, Tow peed, Vefeza EOKVFJV, Lorrame BENQ Jewe Pan-21, LEILVTE Y'Z'ZDtiY, :E1"1'd Page a 'Jaffa ,'.' cfeczcf, Prxva 90150, Pa' Geilef, ard Hiffi Gwp . . f, f, ,H ,,,, FHWI iw ,,f, 111,14 y1,y-lm, iff 1 vw., Qfqfvf. Jf,r,ff: 'Jf3n,r, f ' . fp' !, 1 H, ' gn .V iw , flfvv ,' E-wbu., Pops ffm fs 6,1 P, F-term f , , ,:.g, nf ,. f.w,f,1 'x .vw Im M r,,,ff,f1,vf.,W f W, ,f imqu, Grace ' 1 U- V , n.fHw !'Q1' fy ,'!"',' 'v 'Juv Plym' G'r'6!'1 ff: Perl-or, ,V FRESHMAN G. A. A. Mi , ll Freshman G. A. A. members are: left to right, FIRST ROW: Pat Orlovvski, Barbara Zuk, Mary Lou Toby, Judy Voyt, Pam Petkovich, Leona Tillery, and Joyce Pisarski. SECOND ROW: Carol Braatz, Kathy Duffy, Judy Lorence, Arlene Walker, Lola Hardavvay, Tonda Hall, Diane Bilicki, Charlotte Yudt, Cynthia Tiernan, and Kay Talley. THIRD ROW: Sandra Seydel, Ruth Kruk, Jessie Mae Williams, Elaine Byczynski, Barbara Stasak, Elizabeth Rhoacls, Sally Spisak, Irene Nemtuda, Gladys Ursery, Carol Collins, and Carolyn Allen. v ef Additional freshman G. A. A. members are: FIRST ROW: Rosalee Powell, Dolores Velez, Mary Collins, Linda Wright, Mary Jo Moss, and Charlotte Lane. SECOND ROW: Maxine Davis, .loan Kadelak, Linda Clark, Pat Persin, Paulette Dennis, Sharon Sebben, Sharon Skager, Pat Czubik, Sharon Fuller, Beverly Lemp, and Wyndol Black. THIRD ROW: Merry Jaeger, Betsy Swerdon, Lucille Nadolski, Norma Warren, Nadine Blakely, Eileen Stewart, Alice Piggee, Darlene Lynn, Betty Hydo, Carolyn Bucheck, and Cynthia Kvachkott. 2: Q 1 f C5.A.A. IS ACTI E The old and new officers and council members take time out to pose for a picture. ivy' Eager freshman initiates play a game of football dur- All the girls' work hard to put on a good skit so ing lunch time. they will winfhe prize for their classmates P5 vy ,N fy failfafamg 'X ni ,L-fr,-ri tiiirtf .1 in found thi: mcrriburs eager to 5 a Q pf on their ten-mile hike to Marquette Park. THROUGHOUT THE YE I5 .. KK ww-x The girls earning enough points attend the colorful annual G.A.A. Banquet. Rosie Nemtuda leaves the Christmas spread. Her smile What these poor initiates have to go through to is filled with ioy and her arms are full of gifts. become members ofthe G.A.A. The freshmen are greeted by the Council at the tea. QQ ,Q SQLI DI ADDED JOAN TE!! PLEP 3 L- -. ' 'D' Au . : 1 '25, 1 DEAN GPI- f -fem f freefgef 1 lfiegaphones, porn porris, blue and whi1e baririers- rheae are 1he sfrribols of lhe girls. in blue as 1hef cheer rhe 1earn on 10 ficmrf and Peep that "cle school spirit" arouzed ffheri 1ho:e urirnerifioriahle defeats carrie around. New uniforms were purchased this fear for the Varsiff Equifl, which iz ccrripgged gf Three junior: and Yhree zeriiora. A complete "B" squad of :if girls nas chosen fer vhe firgf 1irr.e bf 1he Eluderif Council and a feu fac. ullf rrierrilzers. Arif girl uho amended four Hairiirig classes na: eligible 10 try out, The graduating geniarg nil! be replaced hy 1hree girl: from The "E" squad. free'- . fel' ' ' .f V' 'I I 1 , 2.1. Draw 1 ff' f" Crm A Dawg TO CHEERI G GRCLIP New sponsors for the group, Diane Keeley and Dean Gra y, were a great help to the group. They assisted the cheerleaders with making arran gements for pep sessions, chartering busses, distributing publicity for games, and other proiects throughout the year. P Cynthia Tgrztalefr fo right a n, Jo.,q,,n Susie the feserv lCfUI'ed f A We roff Mary ficfheerleaders MISS DIANE KEELY U Toby ' Nancy s 'gi' W We and J Cecinal E oyce Pwzini velyn Wines, KAREN LANGBEHN Mrunvcmzammvwlwmiw Iziiaxwmm It ,,,,, ,,4,.,.. ma xi mum? V eng QU r WH . t t t ""1:r "-"L Q gl V. V r m awann!'j,g'Qdl W I Q? W if Q my I Aj , ' fgfz ':,,.. gin M M , ,,,, A A V, , , ,ff N , 'Ir ..4- 'ELL ' '-' T. A rr--r f -rrrr 3 ,, ,,'. ff ,.. , , ,f--at LETITIA BODE! X- ,, , fy N , ,..,, ,A I f. ,ff H ,f ,fvf,.ree+Q, , N. f ' ' 5 ' ' eerxeadefii varsi'fY Ch , on the ieam' cheermQ X if ' fe - d tn Vviigif'iD6'rTNA"uzELAc lead the CYOW W xx l27 "EIGHT THE TEAM Q, :fl ww 7 f W , 1 ff! n 4 f 'fi' , f" 'W , f ,410 4 Q, 42 ,-mn' 1 f N., -Q. ' Wvrfw fy ,, I ' .Mg If ' V .VTV , 24374 ,1.ef,Qg4,, , , ,, - r an ' , "I '-if . ',7,f"': f M' 1 4' , Y: J if 1 4 ' Q , fy, ly 4, 'I Z V y f "' 4 1 I, 5, Z ,4 4 ... , V' 1 , Q- lffffzl 4 .Vx-., pf' ' f V144 gk r 'Wjfx 'mf-' bfi I' 147 . " ' 1' 4 Q' -r I' Vic Kay, foovball coach, and Fred Elkins, assrsfanl, have golded o.' lEB""l. HAPPISOFJ PICHARDS Co Came-n I! ICYE r CHESTOVICH Sud-env Manager A 7-O fictorf ofer 1ne Horsemen ol Horace Man' Hg' School dmng fne Foovball-O-Fame, and the 1957-58 season for rl-le Bue Pawder: began Los'g 'fe fl-eff seven games broke vnf: fl-lrill of flue first flctory, bm the Pald-ers nor We 'asf .o gafres, endlng 'ne season In UIQ mn column. Larr, Mangold and Harrison P-wards, bo" Q 'ws frame foe Garf All-Conference Team Harrison' also nas named vo We Gan Hgr Zcf ol 1- Sw' Teaff He ranlfed second as Higlo- poim rnan In We cltf. Because fine boys played wc we hear of vrlelr any ,rf anc I." rsal splrvl, 'hw are rope in We 15,53 gf eferf Tolleslon lan Loglng 'nelfe Ietvermer lhl: fear N l ,roneb ,' l' Qs'o'1 raw ne-1' fear y VJ ..,..,. 1 -......, ,. I , I 4. , , 'di K , V-,' Qi lol- N ' g - "1 , 4. Q' ff 'x1 '1l 4, E 1 2' in - " 'Q ' - D W ' K 1 H -..- , ..,- , , 'lf dl nga, ji l 'Q' ag Al , nun rl - News . pg , 1 ,. X, Q, Aff ,' ff, '-.A 1 ' V "M, V., Lf we yaivni, Q. 1 QQ!! 'i-1.1 L I 1 M ' - I- M , U , n ' my V-'i,,, , rj JJ ,Y W . V 45 K' . ' ' 'H' f I F' -fr., 0' W T iz Q 'wr F 4 lr f,-0 - ., , 4 E47 x q , ' Hn 'ern again! l !!rgrr,l',f-rg ff ll.f- I'l'lf l!.1r'.wlf lffffllmll lf-,um lmlwrrvrl lrwwl lvl! I-1 rnqlxl, .un-V flpfwl PVJVV jam Wallr-rg, Tom Rogr-r5, Frrffrf ',r,-:VW F-'rw Vrrlf-'mul' llvv r.f-' , Nrvrglul, lllrlfl llxv-lru, l.lrr,f fflqnq-llll, Blll N rllrf vuflll, Gr-Orqrg Hallo SECOND POW Bob lgmy, Rolf, lrffrmk Pnf lf'lr".Lf, 'wry lull, lrurf 'llnrllllrr llnll llvlruuvll, Brill lv-anon, llllbvrl Nr-rlOll THHIPD POW' Cornrflllug fdqllrvrlf lfllw jr,l lrlr . flvl, lvl Mlllf-r, Mulmvrl l'wl'lw',, flyrll- ffvrllf, lfvlvml Hnrlvr-r, l-'fm UH--,slr TfJUPll"l REJW Harry Rlflwards lu-fm H14 ',f- , lrff- fool, ffllllf- ll5w,l+,a1.f, '-lwylvf-r Nlfvrufzzlvl, lllryll Vlfullr-r llllll WJVV ffl lwlfmwnifxllmlrnl TONYDUll11OVlflN'D,1vl' lf,rf,',, lm-f ',' f'.v lm T',llrnulv"r ',l'll'l l-"VN fwuflv Vlflfyr lffvf, 'jluflwrvl Mmmqr-r, frlrlnr' 'nmola X.1vmr Carrllnlvgx And lr rr! fll'.J' 1"l Who ACROSS THE FIELD" g n te 2 ' , lx-3.5 K L . .in -Tir? A 3, 'F . 5 5 52,11 ' ' 5- ' -. JllVl WALTERS Co-Captain O l XAVIER CARRIZALES Could it be Sgutnik? Student Manager RP Harder! Harder! l i 'i. LLM A l 5 A r 'A' 5 .iq T185 the ball? SCORES We They 6 Wirt ,e,.,.,ee .,e,,e, 7 O Roosevelt e,,eA, ,,...ee 1 2 7 Emerson ..e...... ...,e . 28 O Horace Mann ee,e,., ...e,e. 2 O 12 E. C. Roosevelt ..,,e 2,33 12 Valparaiso ,2,,2,,,, ,,,2 1 9 12 Lew Wallace .,2,2 2-18 13 Froebel ,,22,22, 2,2 2 25 Calumet Twp. O 'TTT T' "" L ' J.. .A,..,.. - ,,,., fMT.J.,,3,,.,,z-, ....1. ' 3 3461 Q-M ri Wi, The Freshman Football Team consists of, trom left to right: FIRST ROW: Dave Bikott, Terry Palmateer, Racine Pollard, James Koepke, Walter Woldt, Jim Joros, Frank Grube, Mike Kresno, and Tom Hirchak. SECOND ROW: Tom Hulse, Algie Dambrauskus, Bill Bukur, Bob Maier, Menzo Battle, Bill Paige, Fred Nadolski, and William Jonaitis. THIRD ROW: Clyde Horton, Mike Hallo, Steve Bruno, Theodore Clark, Jim Dimitri, Bob Murdock, Ronald Moore and Ed Kish. MAKE LIP OUR TEAM N M. -X EMERY 'X r 3 25 m SPISAK A R9 'E . ll jy' s maj' H l GENE MOON 1 V s ' X A--f ' E . I , Kit .uv ,, -, . - , CORNELIUS COHEN WILLIAM NAUMOFF ELLIOT UZELAC ANTHONY SIMOLA FV' A SPENCER MANOSKI A V ' 'fl 'L' I 1 ' 5 xx I . If . E A L I A if ' " A 2 A, 1 " Z 9' 'S EUGENE GAWRYSIAK ' fl F N 0. , h A - ' 5 ,I lf ' ,,,,4 ". l THOMAS ROGERS 4 V ROBERT BUNCICH SAM LETO GERALD OLSZEWSKI RONALD KENESON JAMES WRIGHT LARRY MANGOLD TEAMS PLACE HIGH AT MEET if: 'Ya s, x ,W ,.,- Cross-Country mefnbers, pictured from left to right, are, FIRST ROW: Jessie Walliams, Wayne Lemp, Sal Haymon, Melvin Blakely, James Mclaurin, and William Waddell. SECOND ROW: , V , Dorris Swope, Thomas Patton, Ellis Harris, Arthur Spears, Ronald Ross, and Vernon Flack. l Q9 THIRD ROW: George Miller, Richard Mineer, Randy Paior, Robert Duffy, Robert Wilson, Fred I I ,iw 4 Phillips, and George Katunich. FOURTH ROW: Napoleon West, Sidney Gunn, Jerry Pajor, T. .,,,,, I ifg' Royal Wyatt, Louis Sayles, Nathaniel Non-nent, Robert Williams, and Johnny Peterson, I The track and cross-country teams have shown excellent form during the fifty-eight season. Among the experienced lettermen returning from last WWW- year are Gene Moon, Elliot Uzelac, Ronald Ross, and a fevv others who have """""' helped to add to ToIleston's victories. jg The track team has placed high in both the Gary and W-NIT-ISC con- --T-- , ference meets. I 1 Edmund J, Devitt coaches the The freshmen and sophomores also have had a successful season. Had, and C,OS,,cOU,,,,Y ,eamsy x I . '-rf fl o :J W ,. tilt I 41 . n A., L.: I l Mi-nilii-is nl tlii- trial- ti,-niii, riliturc-cl lruiii lc-It to rigltt, nre, FIRST ROW: Peter Thomas, Bcnlamin Inriimry, Jninr-n Wruijlil, llrlrcilrl Hinton, Jurotnl' Burnt.-r, Kenneth Gunn, and Jcssic Williams, SECOND ROW: fir-rl Krinniirly, Milnn Bilyiili, Guorgr: Miller, Walter Czarnc-clii, Bciay Moon, Dorris Swopc, Harvest Thomas, li-roy Doylr-, .und Artlwitius Oclic. THIRD ROW: James Palmatccr, Arthur Tucker, Richard Min:-cr, Elliot Umliir, Gi:-iii: Moon, Terry Huyclir, Jor: Cook, and Leonard Osborne. Mi5"f7i Jiffy T Posing uhh basVeTbaIl is Miclfef Chesmvich, :Tu ,,.h., ART SPEARS IS W.- . Coming back from an off-season, The Blue Raiders of Tollesfon finished This season wiTh a 11-7 record in The WN.l.H.S.C, and a 7-l 2 record for The whole schedule. WiTh The e1cepTion of The Two graduaTing leTTermen, Jim Wrighf and Napoleon WeeT, The Team will have many of This year! players reTurning. This zhould he an advamage for TollesTon in chall-ting up more wine for The i958-59 season. f Scoring 201 poime, Art Speare was The Top scoring man if1,.Tl'T9 " 4 W-Nil-i.3rc, C T for g Cffa' R ff Tome wee ff 1"'1'x-Zbfw'X ' rf,-Y X coach, Joe Vance, bd., ef dem mana Ilerfber: of Tl'i9 farenf lcazlemail Teafr are :ea'e'g, Bonny farce lfazim FPOHT PON. fficlvef Chesiofich, aiuderi mamfgc-r, Tch- 517700, f-rT Spears, Ellig Harriz, Ed If iler, Bar, Trzffc af 'mv farce, coach PEPP POW, Clfdc Cool, Sidnfzf Corn, Jim lnrrglwi E'c1 Uzeiac, Paridf Paior, and Hapcieon Nez' f"' iff ii T, T 'T T 'wr ,il ur lwlldff Thr- lhirlr-ri' llnl' l""'-"W in 'l'7l"'lYlll'lf7'l To qffl lim! hall' I.H.S.C. .5CORI GCHA P SCORES We They 46 Wirt 62 46 Wirt .,,,, w-- 6 2 33 Edison 7 7 31 37 Wallace .., f fAf 3 9 42 Froebel , A -5 4 3 46 Hammond ,,,-.--,A A,f iV 4 8 43 Gary Roosevelt ,,va ---Ag, 5 3 53 Hammond Clark a,a, ,qaaia 4 3 60 Whiting a,a7aa,a,,a,A- f 7 5 6 53 Valparaiso v,77,,, f ff V 7 Q 52 Horace Mann ,e,e ooor 4 65 56 Emerson ,,o,,o,,,,o, -dofr 4 7 47 E. C. Roosevelt e,,, Moffo 5 O 70 S. B. Washington -,7,, fofior 7 2 55 E. C. Washington 7,,7e ,rofi 7 O 60 Rensselaer ,,,7,,,,,,,, fffr 5 3 63 Hammond Tech ,e,, ,ofrr 5 7 59 S. B. St. Joseph e,,,, 4,7482 49 Bishop Noll ,EE,s,.. 4,oo,oooo7o, .o,4Vo 4 7 4. 46 undwnu The Reserve Team, pictured from left to right, are, FIRST ROW: Ver- non Flack, John Johnson, Wayne Lemp, Willie Smith, and Edward Hu- banks. SECOND ROW: Ken Badylak, Joe Cook, Willis Upshaw, Royal Wyatt, James McLaurin, Bob Duffy, William Irby, and Nathaniel Sayles. It looks as though this one is sure to go in. 'riir Members of the Freshman Basket' ball Team are, FIRST ROW: Manzo Battle, Jim Joros, Melvin Blakely, Robert Wilson, and Jessie Williams, SECOND ROW: C u rt i s Flournoy, -L William Bukur, Harvest Thomas, Algie Dambrauskas, and Edward Tate, THIRD ROW: .lim Dimitri, Bill Paige, John Tillery, Robert Murdoch, and David Bikoff, Student Manager. l LETTERME AKE UP ' 8 TEAM 2 ,XQ With the loss of five key ,men from the previous year, Ki Coach Vance had to rebuild the l958 baseball team. Though usually a power in K X . ' high school baseball, Tolleston had only a mildly successful season last year. The team placed fourth in the W.-N.l.H. Always turning out an excellent baseball team is the aim of Coach Joe Vance. , I ' ll 4 .X I 'F al K f fe W' F l"- F 5, V l, V 6 , I Q 4 'lil' ha lr X .6 tv S.C. Conference. ln 1956, The team had shared championship honors with I-lamrnond. With the experience behind the ten returning lettermen and with the capable coaching of Coach Vance, Tolleston is look- ing forward to a championship this season. . v ' u ai 0 -- 1-Y 21 ,,.. 1, , .4 , 1" " ' A., -,., . ,, , 'f myi r-, A-1. llmuff O!! Sam Leto, I-rt Spears, Emery Spisak Randy Paior, The Baseball team rrierribers from If-ft to right arf' FIP'T P Harry Richards, Bill Upshaw, .V Dimitri, Bill Dulla, Kent Clifft, Richard Staaalf, Pichard Banas, Bill Dulla tags Art Spears as he slide: into second Larry Mangold, Tony Sirriola, and 'Hayr-e lernp, SECOND ROW: Jack Sum, .lim Jerry Pajor, Mile Maliriich, Gary Vostelnilf, and George Katunich. THIRD ROW, Bob Duffy, Al tledoff, Jerry Nszolelf, Gary Fort, Bob Trzecialf, and Jaclf Richey. place homerun. 19 5 5 Q Www 'ff'-Z W My .aft xt From the look of that suing, Randy Palor is sum io have A 0,9 CDUR EMBLEM Twenty-one years ago, in a high school on l7th and Marshall, the Class of T937 was preparing for the big day-graduation. This was not iust another class saying good-bye to four wonderful years, but the first graduating class of Tolleston High School. They had been measured for caps and gowns, they had their senior rankings, they had everything a Senior Class should have, but for one thing-a class ring. Yes, every class has to have a ring and certainly, that was no problem. But how would it be made? A senior student, John Arden, who had a knack for drawing, carried his drawing board with him and sketched his ideas as they came to him. He presented the finished product to the committee and the faculty, and it became the offical emblem of Tolleston High School. Today this emblem is as dear to the heart of every student as it was to the first graduating class. lt is a symbol of the pride we take in saying, "We are from Tolleston," It is symbolic of the way we feel when our band plays our school song and every drum beat awakens another pleasant memory of our days at Tolleston, or when our classmates walk to the beat of "Pomp and Circumstance" This year the Class of i958 will be leaving us and taking with them their blue and pearl white class rings, which they reioiced over the first day of their Junior year. Yes, classes will come and classes will go, but the emblem will stay on and live forever in the hearts of Tollestonians. l37 Bowden, Ronald, 24, 90 N. Abad, Maudiah, 68 Acevedo, Joseph, 60 Adamus, Michael, 60 Albach, Evelyn, 60, 112 Albach, Karen, 54, 112 Alexander, James, 101 Allen, Carolyn, 68, 96, 123 Anderson, Mrs. Geraldine, 24, 99 Anderson, Ron, 109, 100 Aragon, Christine, 35 Aragon, Joanna, 35, 100 Archinard, Pat, 96 Arnold, Rachel, 54 I DEX Bohney, Paul, 85 Bondor, Alex, 60, 92, 113 Bondor, Luba, 36, 94, 95, 98, 102, 115 Bookless, Melvin, 60 Borausky, Miss Laura, 23 Borausky, Linda, 54, 101 Borom, Annie, 97, 101 Boron, Juanita, 61 Boynak, Theresa, 61, 97, 98, 102, 122 Bram, carol, aa, 92, 112, 123 Braatz, Patricia, 36, 102, 120 Bradley, Annie, 61 Baran, Henry, 35 Arthur, Ernest, 35, 99, 100 Anhui, Phyllis, eo, 79, ai, 12.2 Atchinson, Amy, 13, 34, 120 Atkins, James, 68 Aubuchon, Laura, 97 Aznar, Joe, 35 Babaganian, Arthur, 86 Badylak, Kenneth, 60, 135 Banasf Richard, 60 Bane, Wilton, 68 Brennan, Phillip, 54, 100 Broome, Beverly, 61, 92 Brown, Curtis, 61 Brown, Cynthia, 54, 91, 101, 121 Brown, Easter, 86 Brown Pat, 54, 104, 121 Brown, Richard, 68 Brown, Robert, 61 Brown, William, 108 Brudzinski, Loretta, 54, 89, 91, 96, 102, 120 Barber, Barber, Ba mer, Barrier, Bames, Ezekial, 60, 110, 128 Shirley, 60, 104 Jerome, 68 Stella, 54, 96, 98, 121 Jennifer, 60, 97 Battle, Menzo, 68, 109, 129, 135 Baumgart, Phyllis, 54, 96, 97, 121 Beai, Joseph, 60 Beard, Maynard, 89 Beck, Mrs. Philomena, 24 Becker, Kathleen, 35, 88, 91, 99, 111, 119, 120 aehnke, sob, av, too Bektesh Violet, 15, 54, 78, 79, 80, 121, 126, 31 Belcher, Sandra, 97, 100 Belle, Merlin, 23 Benko, Lorraine, 60, 122 Beres, Carol, 54, 88, 97, 121 Berthold, William, 60, 110 Baimonta, Many, 35, 102, 107, 120 Bielski, Edmund, 24, 112 Bikoff, David, 108, 112, 129, 135 Bikoff, Robert, 35, 109 Bilicki, Diane, 68, 123 Bilyak, Milan, 60, 89 Bilyak, Ted, 68 Birnx, Jacqueline, 60, 92, 96 Black, Ronnie, 110 Black, Wyndol, 133 Blackman, Shellena, 36 Blakely, Emma Jean, 36 Blakely, Melvin, 135 Blakely, Nadine, 97, 123 Blankenship, Jack, 68 Blankenship, Royce, 36, 100 Bode, Letitia, 31, 36, 82, 83, 120, 126 138 Bruno, Joe, 54 Bruno, Steve, 68, 114, 129 Bucheck, Carolyn, 68, 97, 123 Bucheck, Pat, 54 Budgin, Bob, 68, 89 Budgin, Car0lyn,, 54, 88, 121 Burkur, Bill, 68, 129, 135 Bulza, Diane, 61, 92 Buncich, Robert, 4, 36, 128, 131 Burns, Donald, 54 Buse, Dean, 61, 128 Byczynski, Elaine, 68, 94, 96, 123 Byczynski, Mary Ann, 13, 34, 95, 97 Byrd, Frankie, 61, 97, 121 Carrabine, Richard, 10, 24 Carrabine, Joe, 54 Carrizales, Xavier, 110, 128, 129 Carroll, Bob, 55, 109 Carden, Carol, 87 Carter, Alvin, 69 Carter, Albert, 24, 112 Castor, Kenneth, 61 Cave, Shirley, 55, 98 Chapman, Randy, 69 Chestovich, Joe, 55, 101 Chestovich, Milan, 61, 82, 83, 128 Childress, Joan, 69, 96 Chuckney, Louis, 24. 85 Cidylo, Sandra, 36, 91, 102, 103. 107. Claiborne, Julia, 69 Clark, Linda, 69, 123 Clarke, Theodore, 69, 109, 111. 129 Close, Sgt, William, 24, 106 Cogley, Paula, 37, 120 Cohen, Corneliul, 55, 108, 128, 131 Cole, Danny, 89, 100 97, 101, 118,120 Collins, Collins, Beverly, 55 Carol, 69, 97, 123 Collins, Charles, 37, 100 Collins, Clifford, 86, 87 Collins, La Vette, 61 Collins, Mary, 69, 123 Comer, Joyce, 61 Conner, David, 61 Cook, Clyde, 128 Cook, Joe, 105, 109, 111, 128, 135 Coppess, Charles, 37 Cork, Jerry, 69, 82, 83, 100 Corley, Mrs. Virginia, 25 Corpus, Bernice, 69, 92 Cotton, Joyce, 37 Coulter, Joyce, 21, 55 Coulter, Victor, 86 Coulter, Virgil, 69 Crane, Dr. George, 25 Culkowsky, Miss Margaret, 25 Cunegin, Irivn, 55 Cunningham, Elouise, 61 Curtis, Beverly, 69 Czarnecki, Walter, 61 89 Czazasty, Geraldine, 55 Czernoch, Elaine, 37, 120 Czubik, Alberta, 61, 102, 112, 122 Czubik, Joyce, 37, 88, 90, 102 Czubik, Patricia, 69, 123 Dad's Club, 30 Dambruskas, Algie, 69, 129, 135 Dancy, Mary Ann, 61, 97 Daronatsy, Donna, 61, 92, 98, 99, 1 Davis, Bobbie, 37, 104 Davis, Mardell, 86, 87 Davis, Maurice, 61 Davis, Maxine, 69, 123 Davis, Minnie, 34, 37, 78, 79, 101, 102 Dean, Dorothy, 55, 121 DeBoard, James, 69, 108 Demo, Mildred, 38 Dennis, Paulene, 69, 97, 123 Derdowski, David, 87 Devin, Coach E. J , 15. 25, 132 Didelot, David, 38, 105, 109 Dimitri, James, 69, 129, 135 Dixon, Carol. 69, 92 Dobogai, Frances, 38 Dobogai, Frank. 69 Dombrauskas, Algie, 110 Dobroski, Patricia, 69 Dobrowolxki, Donna, 55, 97 Dominick, Charmene, 61 Domroese, Miss Charlotte, 25, 96 Donaldson, James, 110 Douglas, Fredrick, 38 Drago, Pat, 96 Drarnatics Club, 98, 100 Drop, Delores, 38, 97, 119 00, 122 81, 88, 91 Dudas, Harriet, 48, 90, 91, 107, Duffy, Bob, 55, 135 Duffy Kathy, 69, 96, 123 Duirnovich, John, 55, 110, 128 Duirnovich, Tony, 61, 110 Dulla, William, 61 Dye, Shirley, 61, 97 Edwards, Charlene, 55 Edwards, Evergene, 62, 92 Edwards, Harry, 55 Elkins, Coach, Fred, 25, 128 Elliot, Paul, 25, 90 Ellis, Johnnie Mae, 55 Engel, Berna, 38, 13, 102, 120 Engel, Grace, 12, 62, 99, 122 Erler, Doris, 62, 92, 97, 99, 122 Erler, Mary Ann, 38, 101 Essig, Frank, 69 Evans, Doris, 62 Evans, Joe, 69, 109 Fearson, Johnnie, 70 118,120 I DEX Feczko, Lois, 39, 79, so, 91, 120 Felton, David, 62 Ferda, Gerald, 39, 101 Fernandez, Joe, 34, 100 Finny, Marvin, 106, 108 Firme, Joel, 70, 98, 100 Fissinger, Mrs. Bernadette, 25, 82 Flack, Vernon, 110, 135 Flournoy, Cheryl, 70 Flournoy, Curtis, 109, 135 Flournoy, Elma Jean, 62, 97 Flournoy, Douglas, 112 Flournoy, Rochel, 114 Flynn, Charmine, 70 Forbes, Gary, 128 Future Homernakers of America, 10 Future Teachers of America, 88 Frank, Douglas, 62, 92, 98, 100 Fuller, Sharon, 70, 94, 99, 123 G.A.A.,118,119,12O,121,122, 4 123 Gaczkowski, Bonnie, 62, 98, 119, 122 Gallinfo, Casmiro, 89 Gaski, Mrs. Dorothy, 23 Gastevich, Marianne, 91, 94, 95, 98, 102, 121, 123 Gawrysiak, Eugene, 39, 131 Gay, Charlene, 97 Geller, Patricia, 62, 122 Gibson, Myrtle, 39, 97, 111, 120 Gonsiorowski, Elaine, 10, 15, 62, 92, 97, 98, 122 Gordon, Grace, 70, 92, 97 Grady, Lou Ella, 55 Gray, Dean, 26, 126 Green, Lynett, 62, 92, 97, 122 Green, Shirley, 97, 120 Green, Thomas, 70 Gregory, Charles, 39 Gretzinger, Linda, 55, 120 Griffin, Joe, 39 Griffin, Ronald, 62 Grobe, Frank, 72, 129 Gross, Mildred, 55, 88, 95 Groth, Neil, 39, 101 Guinee, Jeri, 62, 110 Guip, Hannelore, 62, 92, 99, 100, 122 Gunn, Kenneth, 70, 110 Gunn, Sidney, 133, 134 Guzik, Gloria, 62, 92, 119, 122 Guzik, Jerome, 62, 108 Guzik, Lorene, 13, 39, 90, 91, 97, 99, 100, 118, 120 Guzik, Ross, 70, 93, 115 Hall, Tondeleya, 60, 123 Hallo, George, 40, 128 Hallo, Michael, 70, 129 Hansen, Sandra, 55, 121 Hardaway, Lola, 70, 123 Hardin, Ernest, 105, 106 Hardin, Ronetta, 62 Harbinson, Karen, 70, 97 Harmon, Donna, 62, 78, 81, 94, 95, 99, 100, 102, 112,113,122 Harris, Ellis, 108 Harris, Jannalene, 70 Haymen, Asylee, 87, 114 Haymen, Sal, 70 Hayes, William, 28 Hecker, Barbara, 40 Henry, Marshall, 56, 110 Hern, Robert, 98, 100 Hicks, Beaula, 56, 92, 104 Higgins, George, 60 Hightower, Barbara, 40, 91, 101, 111, 121 Hill, Charles, 40 Hill, Thomas, 110 Hirchak, Robert, 56, 100, 101 Hirchak, Thomas, 70, 129 Hittso n, Shirley, 113 Hodges, Dennis, 62, 98 Gillespie, Betty, 39 Gillespie, Edward, 39, 108 Gillespie, Gloria, 39, 96 Gillespie, La Donna, 55, 96 Gilpin, Mrs. Mildred, 23, 86 Girls Glee Club, 96, 97 Glab, Louis, 62 Gladys, Alfred, 62, 108 Goforth, Edward, 26 Golson, Alexander, 70 Hold, Brenda, 97 Hopkins, Barbara, 56, 104 Horton, Clyde, 108, 129 Horton, Hazel, 40, 120 Hoskins, Ronald, 40 Hubanks, Edward, 56, 135 Hubanks, Moses, 70 Hulse, Howard, 70 Hunt, Lois, 40 Hutson, Gloria, 62, 112, 122 Hutson, Sandra, 84, 113 Huycke, Terry, 56 Hyde, Berry, 71, 96, 123 Hydo, Geraldine, 62, 97, 122 lntrieri, Sarah, 40, 102, 103 Irby, Merce, 86 lrby, William, 108, 135 Irvin, William, 56, 115 Jackson, Carol, 41, 81,97 Jackson, Joyce, 62, 92, 97 Jackson, Rossevelt, 56 Jacobson, Alvin, 11, 71, 108 Jaeger, George, 71 Jaeger, Merry, 71, 123 Jaksa, Geraldine, 41, 91, 102, 120 James, Freddie, 110 Jamrok, Kenneth, 56 Jankovich, Dorothy, 63, 97, 99, 112, 122 January, Benjamin, 71, 108 Jelesky, Raymond, 63, 128 Jelesky, Richard, 41, 100, 101 Jennings, Ethel, 71 Johanson, Bruce, 41, 89, 101 1 Johanson, Shirley, 15, 63, 83, 88, 92 113 122 Johnson, Delores, 41, 88, 101, 130 Johnson, Mrs. Janet, 26 Johnson, La Doris, 41, 111 Johnson, William, 5, 41, 105, 109 Johnston, Gwen, 56 Johnston, John, 108, 128, 135 Jonaitis, Kenneth, 71 Jonaitis, William, 71, 109, 129 Jordon, Eugene, 115 Joros, David, 41, 128 Joros, James, 71, 112, 115, 129, 135 Joros, Robert, 63, 128 Joseforsky, Allan, 42 Joseforsky, Carol, 63, 112, 122 Joseforsky, Delores, 63, 96 Kaboff, Doris, 42, 120 Kadelak, David, 42, 89 Kadelak, Joan, 71, 123 Kainrath, Robert, 42 Kaplan, Miss Sylvia, 26, 102 Karch George, 56 Katunich, George, 56, 82, 83, 89 Kay, Mr. vac, 26, 128 Keeley, Miss Diane, 23, 26, 126 Keeney, James, 42, 89, 101 Kellner, Margaret, 42, 90, 91, 98, 99, 100, 111 119, 120 Kellner, Mary, 42, 97 Kellner, Ruth, 63 Kendron, Ted, 63, 108 Kenson, Ronald, 42, 99, 100, 128, 131 Kennedy, Frederick, 43, 101, 110 Kennedy, John, 110 Kidd, Annie, 43, 97 Kienzynski, Walter, 71, 89 Kang, Lois, 56, 121 139 95, 117 Nunn, Roy, 86 Kristensen, James, 63, 89, 115 Kish, Edward, 71, 129 Klimek, Lawrence, 63, 92 Knezevich, Albert, 63, 92, 112 Knipp, Harriet, 88 Knudson, Barbara, 63, 92, 97 Knudson, Myron, 56, 111 Koepke, James, 71, 109, 121 Koester, Karen, 63, 104 Kokinda, Robert, 56 Koldus, Mike, 56, 89, 105, 109, 128 Konopacke, Delphine, 63, 96, 97, 122 Kopko, Judy, 43, 88 Koruschak, Norman, 89 Koruschak, Ray, 56, 89 Kostelnik Gary, 56, 89 Kostka, Loretta, 34, 43, 78, 80, 91, 107 Kotulock, Mary, 71 Kotulock, Peter, 71, 109 Kovczun, Carole, 43, 82, 83, 88, 90, 91, Koves, Steve, 115 Krebes, Sharon, 56, 88, 102, 121 Krecik, Dorothy, 43, 94, 95, 111 Krecik, Kathleen, 63, 94, 95, 96, 97, 122 Kresno, Michael, 71, 129 Krisko, Mrs. Mary, 26, 79, 80 Kruk ,Betty, 43, 95 Kruk, Ruth, 71, 97, Kvachkotf, Cynthia, Labash, Don, 110 Lamtalusi, John, 63, Lane, Charlotte, 71, Lane, Myrtle, 71 123 71,123 78, 79, 80, 89 123 Langbehn, Linda, 63, 92, 99, 122 Langbehn, Karen, 31, 43, 13, 15, 119, 120 Lashenik, Patricia, 71, 97 Leight, Sharon, Lemon, Robert, 56, 94,112, 120 44, 100 Lemp, Beverly, 71, 96, 123, 128 Lemp, Wayne, 56, 135 Randy, 46, ao, tot Lepp, Ray, 56 Lehockey, George, 6 Leskow, Miss Olive, 27, 94 Leto, Sam, 56, 100, 131 Lewis, Jerry, 86 Libich, Dorothy, 57, 88, 98, 95, 121 Library Club, 102 Liedtke, Susan, 63, 104, 112 Looney, Viola, 56 Londeen, Robert, 63 Long, Russell, 44 Lopez, Juan Jose, 87 Lorence, Judith, 71, 123 Lowe, Laverne, 71 Minick, Dorotl1y, 57, 101, 121 Luckiewicz, Robert, Lowe, William, 44 44 Lupeika, Walter, 63, 109, 111 Lupeika, Stanley, 44, 98, 100 Luptak, Dorothy, 63, 92, 122 Lynch, Mrs, Agnes, 27 140 94 1 DEX Lynch, James, 63, 89, 92 Lynch, Robert, 89 Lynn, Charlene, 123 Lynn, Darlene, 72, 112 Lynn, Walter, 57 Mabin, Donya, 57 Mables, Maggie, 63, 96, 122 Macchia, Mrs. Yvonne, 23 MacDonald, Bonnie, 44 Magdaleno, Robert, 44 Magioudis, Mrs. Ida, 23 Maier, Robert, 72, 108, 129 Malenshek, Thomas, 5, 63, 92 Malinich, Michael, 63 Malizzo, George 64, 110 Mallot, Henry, 11, 57, 109 Mangold, Larry, 44, 101, 128, 131 Manoski, Spencer, 45, 91, 99, 100, Maradno, Fred, 57, 108 Marcyianik, Charles, 64, 105, 110 Marrs, Linda, 72 Marrs, Rochelle Bonnie, 45 Marsh, Miss Anna, 27, 88 Martin, Arthel, 45, 101, 106, 110, 1 Martin, Connie, 87 Martin, Frank, 89 Nlartis, Kenneth, 45 Martis, Loretta, 57, 88, 101 Mattox, Roy, 95, 105, 108, 111 Mayes, Mayes, Albertine, 64, 104 Patricia, 72, 104 McClinton, Carrie, 64, 96 1 iVlcCrovitz, Sarnrnie, 45, 90, 91, 123 McClinton, Floria, 87 McCollum, Shirley, 57 McCollum, Virginia, 15, 64, 99, 113 McColly, Glen, 64 McCroskey, Mrs, Gladys, 23 McLaurin, Helen, 45, 88 McLaurin, James, 135 McNally, Frank, 57, 79, 81, 88, Melton, Sandra, 64, 89 Mesarch, Daniel, 57 Michaelson, Marcia, 64, 92, 122 Milenkoft, Katherine, 45, 98, 102 Miles, Mrs, Bonnie, 27 Millender, Connie, 72, 96 Miller, Annester, 97 Miller, Arla, 88 Miller, Charlene, 64, 97 Miller, Edward, 57, 128 Miller, George, 64, 89 Miller, Geraldine, 45, 97 Miller, Judith, 72 Mineer, Richard, 46, 101 Mitchell, Leroy, 64, 109 Moffatt, Mrs. Virginia, 27 Mohrhcrr, Jane, B7 Mokol, Laura, 64, 96 i 28 131 1 114,122 2- Mokol, Paul, 72 Montgomery, Lawrence, 72, 100 Moon, Gene, 46, 105, 109, 111, 131 Moore Edward, 27, 89 Moore, Ronald, 72, 129 Moses, Joanna, 72 Moss, Mary Jo, 123 Mostello, Antoinette, 46, 97 Mullinix, Josephine, 57 Murdoch, Robert, 72, 110, 135, 129 Muzek, David, 72, 111, 108 Muzek, Karen, 64, 78, 79, 81, 88, 99, 100, 122 Muzek, Nada, 57, 82, 83, 102, 101, 121 Muzek, William, 46, 105, 109, 101 Nadolski, Fredrick, 72, 129 Nadolski, Lucille, 72, 123 Naumotf, William, 57, 128, 131 Nedott, All, 57, 128 Nemtuda, Irene, 72, 94, 96, 123 Nemtuda, Rosemarie, 46, 111, 120, 125 Newsome, Barbara, 57 Northey, Ella, 46, 104 Nowakowski, Edward, 57, 128 Novak, George, 27 Nugnis, Alan, 64 Odie, Arthemus, 109 Oldgi, Loretta, 57 Oleinik, Robert, 57 Olszewski, Gerald, 46, 128, 131 Olszewski, Paul, 72 Onder, Andrew, 64 O'Neal, Sarah, 64, 97 Oppman, Frank, 72 Oresik, Ronald, 57, 115, 128 Orlowski, Judith, 57, 22, 121 Orlowski, Patricia, 72, 96, 123 Osborne, Leonard, 64, 105, 106, 108, 111 Ottoson, Marvin, 72 Overberg, Rita, 57, 96, 101, 121 Pachapa, Paul, 72, 114 Padol, Sharon, 64, 92, 96, 98, 99, 95, 122 Page, Carl, 57 Paige, William, 72, 100, 135, 120 Paior, Jerome, 46, 89, 101 Paior, Paior, Randy, 64, 92 Palmateer, James, 34, 91, 98, 99, 100, 101 128 Palmateor, Terry, 72, 129 Panozzo, Vincent, 64 Parker, Geraldine, 97, 122 Parmlr.-y, Carol, 72 Pascevich, George, 47 Pasteuret, Georgialice, 72, 89 Patterson, Diane, 57 Patton, Marie, 64 Patton, Pat, 58, 97 Patton, Terry, 47 Patton, Thomas, 64, 110 Pavelka, Elaine, 47, 102, 120 Pavlovich, Janet, 47 Pawlicki, John, 73, 108, 111 Pawlicki, Patricia, 73, 96 Perko, Joseph, 65 Persin, Patricia, 73, 94, 96, 123 Peters, Johnny, 108 Peterson, Mary, 58 Petkovich, Pamela, 73, 96, 123 Petrukitas, John, 65, 105, 110 Phillips, 10115, 65 Phillips, Walter, 73 Piggee, Alice, 123 Piggee, Loretta, 47, 88, 101 Pisarski, Joyce, 73, 94, 123 Pollak, Sam, 27 Pollard, Racine, 108, 111, 129 Popa, Judy, 87 Popa, Barbara, 65, 122, 115 Popiela, Sandra, 65, 122 Povlinski, Patricia, 47, 101 Powell, Jerrie, 65, 11, 92, 119, 122 Powell, Rosalie, 73, 123 Pruzin, Frances, 47, 91, 120 Pruzin, Joyce, 58, 82, 88, 121, 99, 79, 4, 78, 94 120 89, 97, Skager, Dorothy, 58, 121 P.-T.A., 29 Ramirez, Phyllis, 58, 98, 94 Pullin, Julius, 109 Randolph, Charles, 65 Rathel, Andre, 110 Reed, Eugene, 47, 101 Reed, Toniellen, 65, 92, 99, 122, 112 Soria, Manuel, 49, 101 Reedus, Otis, 58, 108 Resetar, Mrs. Corinne, 28 Reynolds, Annie, 65 Reynolds, Earlene, 65 Reynolds, Gracie, 58, 97 Rhoades, Elizabeth, 123 Rhoades, Suzanna, 73 Rhoades, June, 58 Richards, Gladys, 122 Richards, Harrison, 48, 128, 130 Richey, Jack, 48 Riedel, John, 89, 28 Roberts, Michael, 58 Robertson, Claude, 48 Robinson, Earlene, 58, 88 Robinson, George, 109 Rogers, Pat, 58 Rogers, Thomas, 48, 128, 131 Romansky, Fred, 86 Romansky, Diane, 58, 13 Roncsak, Barbara, 58, 88, 121 Ronic, Janet, 113 Rosco, Tyron, 28 Ross, Ronald, 108 Roszkowksi, Loretta, 48, 119, 120, 95 R.o.1.c., 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111 Rowland, Henfy A-1 23 I DEX Salinas, Joseph, 73, 108 Salinas, Theresa, 65, 96 Sassman, Leland, 73, 110, 111 Satanek, Jeanette, 58, 98, 121 Satirott, Barbara, 73 Saunders, Richard, 58, 101 Sayles, Louis, 65, 100, 114, 135 Scecina, Nancy, 4, 58, 88, 95, 102, 121, 127 Science Club, 89 Schiralli, Rosalie, 58, 79, 81, 88, 102 Schiralli, Antoinette, 58, 78, 81, 88, 102 Schramm, Estella, 87 Schramm, Fredrick, 73, 109 Scott, Georgia, 58, 97, 111 Sebben, Carol, 65, 114, 122 Sebben, Sharon, 73, 112, 123 Sedan, Peter, 65, 89 Serbin, Tom, 58 Serletic, Jack, 58, 89, 101, 105, 109 Seydel, Sandra, 15, 73, 112, 113, 123 Sharp, Sharon, 104 Sharp, William, 73, 109, 111 Shaw, Sharon, 65, 102 Shirvinski, Carol, 65 Shrader, Larry, 58, 92, 128 Silcott, William, 73 Simola, Anthony, 48, 128, 131 Simon, Carolyn, 104 Simpson, Richard, 108 Sims, Myrah, 58, 97 Single, Mrs. Eleanore, 28 Skager, Carolyn, 65, 92, 97, 122 Skager, Pat, 58, 121 Skager, Sharon, 73, 92, 123 Skitano, Anthony, 48, 83, 101 Slcolak, Anita, 65, 122 Slaolak, John, 48 Slavo, Daniel, 49, 91, 105, 107 Sledge, Mattie, 65 Smith, Beverly, 96 Smith, Jeremiah, 110 Smith, William, 65, 109, 135 Sneed, Bertha, 65 Snemis, Mrs. Dolores, 23 Solomon, Frank, 73, 108, 111 Someson, Myra, 65 79, 80, 81, 83, 92, 96, 99, 100, 122 Sonati, Carol, 49 Sonaty, Gerald, 49, 101 Soto, Felix, 87 Spatin Club, 90, 91, 92, 93 Spears, Arthur, 59, 133, 134 Spisak, Emery, 49, 85, 128 Spisalc, saliey, 73, 97, 85, 123, 131 Speltzer, Carol, 65, 108 Stack, Sharon, 59, 97, 121 Stasak, Barbara, 73, 123 Stasak, Richard, 65 Stefankiewicz, Sigismund, 49 Stefanovich, Andres, 73, 115 Steininger, Thomas, 49 Stevenson, Mrs. Loretta, 23 Stewart, Eileen, 73, 104, 123 Stewart, Evelyn, 59, 104 Stewart, Leroy, 66, 110 Stolz, Joyce, 66, 97 Story, Barbara, 66, 96 Student Council, 82, 83, 84, 85 Sudroft, Jo-Ann, 4, 15, 59, 79, 94, 113, 121, 127 Sum, Evelyn, 49, 111 Sum, Jack, 76, 79 Swerdon, Betsy, 73, 83, 95, 123 Swope, Emily, 50, 97 Talley, Beaulah, 50 Talley, Kay, 73, 92, 97, 123 Tandy, Fred, 115 Tate, Edward, 110, 135 Taylor, Mary Lee, 97 Templer, Joan, 13, 15, 31, 50, 83, 96, 126 Templer, Sharon, 97 Thiros, Tony, 59, 79, 80 Thomas, Harvest, 73, 109, 135 99, 107, 97, 120, Thompson, Betty, 86 Thompson, Louis, 74, 109 Thompson Martha, 66, 99 Thompson, Odessa, 66 Thompson Raymond, 74, 109 Thornton, Sandra, 66, 102, 122 Tiernan, Cynthia, 4, 74, 96, 123, 127 Tiernan, LouAnn, 15, 31, 59, 91, 98, 101,113, 121, 126 Tillery, Leona, 74, 122 Tillery, John, 135 Tobolski, Mitchell, 74 Toby, Mary Lou, 4, 74, 97, 123, 127 Tomko, Patricia, 50, 97, 111 Topps, Beverly, 74 Toth, Albert, 59 Towns, Fred, 108 Trojan, James, 59 Trotter, Jacob, 108 Trzeciak, Robert, 66, 83, 128 Turner, Tommie, 66, 108 Upshaw, Willie, 109, 135, 128 Ursery, Gladys, 74, 123 Ursery, Robert, 66, 109 99, 100, Uzelac, Donna, 15, 31, 59, 88, 94, 95, 98, 99, 101, 102, 121,126 Uzelac, Elliot, 59, 128, 131 Vance, Joe, 28, 101, 130, 136 Vargas, Leonard, 110 Vargas, Margaret, 50, 88, 89 Vaughn, V. Essie, 66 Velez, Delores, 74, 94, 104, 123 Vereb, Jancie, 66, 92, 122 Vespo, Bill, 108 Vespo, Janice, 74 l4l Vician, Joyce, 66 Vician, Joyce, 66, Voris, Shirley, 50, Vorkopich, Larry, , 79, 80, 92, 122 79, 80, 92, 122 91,111,112 115 Voyt, Judith, 74, 96, 123 Waddell, William, 108 128 Walker, Walker, Wallver, Wallace Wallace, Wallace Walters Wargo, Warrne, Annabelle, 74,96 Arlene, 74, 97, 123 Floyd, 50, 128 Miss Eclith, 28 Mary, 66, 98, 115, 122 Shirley, 59, 101, 121 James, 50, 89, 91, 128, 129 Lawrence, 5, 66 Norma, 74, 94, 95, 123 I DEX Williams Jerry, 51, 89 Williams, Jessie, 135 Williams Jessie Mae, 74, 123 Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams 1 Jim, 89 Mary, 74 Ralph, 59, 83, 89 Robert, 109 Sharon, 66, 92, 99, 1 Wilson, Mrs. Mona, 28, 104 Wilson, Charles, 108, 111 Wilson, Frances, 86 Wilson, Mattie, 102, 104. 121 Wilson, Robert, 108, 135 Vfimblef, Sfnda, 66, 104 14,122 Warzecha, Bernice, 74 Washington, Annette, 66, 97 Washington, Lawrence, 66 Vilashington, William, 59, 110, 112 Weaver, Mrs. Dorothy, 85 Wasil, Poberta, 51 VVhite, Daniel, 66 wmv, oaaiei, 5, ea, 79, 90, 92 if 'J l kj Q' ,ffl 1 Jjf 5. .J x , V l ,, .fl ' ' ., ' , 1 IJ L! 0J 1 ,L l, ' , Cl Q' - I ,J ,LJ Ivy! 1 T. 1 qi .1 JK PQ U - 'f il , ,' X J Q: 'I ' E 1, ' Ko 1 I . ,C I J WinPonsli, Leona, 51, 111, 120 Vlirles, Efelyn, 4, 59, 94, sa, 121, 127 Wirtes, lrene, 59 Wirtes, Patricia, 51 Wise, Charles, 28 WisnesLi,'5ally,51,97,111, 120 Wolclt, Walter, 74, 129 Wcnsomcz, Linda, 51, 97 Wonggmcz, Donald, 74 i 1 ffl ,1 Ur 1, 1 -J 1, if 1 J I I' l f 1 f all 1 Lg rl 'J ,i 1, ,li fl "FINISH" li 'i Woods, James, 108 Wright, James D., 51, 128, 131 Wright James E,, 101 Wright, James L., 74, 110, 111 Wright, Linda, 74, 96, 123 Wszolek, Albert, 74 Wszolek, Donald, 59, B9 Wszolek, Jerry, 59 Wyatt, Royal, 66, 135 Yaczko, Steve, 51, 89 Yocius, Joe, 87 Yoicus, Kathy, 59, 94, 98, 121 Yovanovich, Alan, 59, 101 Yover, Sharon, 66, 97 Yudt, Charlotte, 74, 123 Zak, Brenda, 67 zamansi-,, Donald, 52, 101, 105, 109 Zalrutanslvy, Joseph, 67 Zarych, Jean, 67 Zavada, Emeric, 59, 95, 110, 111, 112, 115 Zavada,Erfin,105,109115 Zolr, Barbara, 75, 115,123 ,PJ i 1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Pioneer statt wishes to thank the tollovving people: Our sponsor, Mrs. Mary Krisko, tor her deeply appreciated work and guidance, Our Photographer, Mr. Harry Bortz, tor his assistance, Our publisher's representative, Mr. Robert E. Lee, tor his interest and help, Our administration, teachers, and student body, tor their co-operation, The Gary Post-Tribune tor pictures on pages 13, Sl , and 103, Our staff members tor their extra hours. Co-Editors s,u.,,c Business Manager ,,u,,, Copy Editor .cc..,,.cuu Layout Editor ..., J Picture Editor ,,cs, Art Editor css,,....,..s,..ooo Senior Page Editors suuus, Junior Page Editors cccus, Sophomore Page Editors Freshmen Page Editors .sc,c Index ,,,cc THE STAFF JO-ANN SUDROFF JOHN LAMFALUSI MINNIE DAVIS JOYCE PRUZIN JO-ANN SUDROFF JOHN LAMFALUSI ALLAN YOVANOVICH JO-ANN SUDROFF JOHN LAMFALLJSI JOYCE PRUZIN VlOLET BEKTESH MYRA SOMESON DAN VVICK , ,,.... KAREN MUZEK PHYLLIS ARTHUR KAREN MUZEK "He that publishes a book runs a very great hazard, since nothing can be more impossible than to compose one that may secure the approbation of every reader." --CERVANTE5 AUTOG M Uff Q19 K , n w . 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