Union High School - Utopian Yearbook (New Castle, PA)

 - Class of 1959

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Those who must move on with time and take their part in society wish to thank their administrators and teachers for the part they played in our lives. Our gratitude ex- tends to our parents and the community for affording us the many opportunities We have experienced. We wish to thank Mr. Wassum, our photographer, without whose help this book would not have been possible. Go back and relive with us the many memories through the '59 Utopian, which time alone has made pass. I MR. MASON J. BODKIN Supervising Principal. ADMINIS MRS. INGHAM, Secretary to Mr. Bodkin. SEATED, left to right: E. Hill, J. Sotus, M. Annarella, F. Vanatten. STANDING: G. Davies, F. Zajac, C. Clark. TRATION MR. C. PAUL CLARK, High School Principal. MR. CLAYTON HOUK, l:llementarv Princi al and MRS. . P v BACON. Secretary to Mr. Houk. MRS. MYERS. Secretary to Mr. Clark wrmwfwwwmwi'fi-www,f-'mzzw .ff.:,,5y:,,,,h . . .. A W'--ui-...L 65 I fe! 4 if 5xx A 5 1 , '-:I 1: 45 in x " T -K N K S S , . 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Picture Not Available RICHARD HART B.S., Pennsylvania State University NLS., Westminster College History MARION HATCHER B.S., West Virginia State College MA., University of West Virginia English and Social Studies MARGARET HOUGH B.S., Indiana State Teachers College Temple University Shorthand, Typewriting DAVID JANIESON CLAUDIA B. JONES Vocational Agriculture B.S., Edlnboro State Teachers College Art lk' we ,, N C gui xg., .v', we 0. A, f ht? Stow-MS DONALD KEIL ISABELL LAURELL B S Croxe City Colle e B b.. Slippery Rock State Teachers Collebe M 5 Weetnuneter College Health and Physical Education MARTHA B. MCCHESNEY AB., Grove City College Latin and English WILBLYR T. PATTERSON AB., Westzriilister College lVl.E., University of Pittsburgh BS., University of Pittsburgh Biology x FRED REHM CARRIE MAE RENTZ BS., Slippery Rock State Teachers College B-.A-1 Westminster COUORC MS., Westiiiirister College History Mathematics JEAN REYNOLDS BA., Muskingum College Speech and English ELMA ROBINSON GRETA ROBERTS BA., Vlfestminster College BS., UniV8rSiIy of WiSCOI1SiI1 Litt. M., University of Pittsburgh English, Speech, Heading Columbia University University of Deliver History and Library X if lv 'L f S Q 'i ,sk 5 fu.-..-A -uw ,J QQ W Es T ,sigh Y an 2 f'w df Q . ,hw . N, W, EZEKRSHKFSW. Q :mis M S MRS. BIRT, School Nurse SAMUEL VENTURELLA BS.. Indiana State Teachers College M.Erl.. University of Pittsburgh General Business, Office Practice K .-rum ig, A Career Day guides and Mr. J. Boggs. CUSTODIANS: H. Tomasko, and CAFETERIA STAFF Left to right: Mrs. Crittie, Mrs. Hilyard, Mrs. Shaffer, Mrs. DelPrincipe, Mrs. Huling, Mrs. Schaas. , Q , f'f-' . 2' 52 i ' - f ' .f ,ffzigfylz-'ii , J .. , f .. . Q: ws.. . ' , 1,.1,.-i,f I f Q , -A ,. is 1 'f-'F , ,, if . 1 iw? ' I .-' fini.. 5 ' -'lc . 'l p. X 5 55 f, , Ziff 3 - ,, Ay. .3 f 2- fsjr , Q mfs ,, jfij-sQg3 gg:?.f ' 13-xt, Mrs. Jaworski. CUSTODlANgMr. ,Iaworski I 5 1 i 4 I i I ' . I '- 4 'RJ T-'cliffs My -'If'-.f 'lr-1.4-fs, Library Staff Francfns Monstwil, Mr. Bcirhner, Charlvno French anus: rv-i 1 5 1 , Pegi Krueger, Sylvia Rea, Mr. Boggs-Guidance Counselor. Offive Girls. Office Girls. 3 Office Girls. Cz.: ,fx ' K . yt A S M, f 551 A, ! ff f hx ! fo. A . - ' , W m- K '-'X . V . .. X wx 1 As, 9 xx in sb O Q Q 5 Q5 G? .. KX Z 3, Q - I E2 - ggi: V ., Qizf FR0' 'Q JUNIOR OFFICERS JUNIOR ADVISORS President Fred Covelli. Vice President Bob Hall, Secretary Kathy MT- Veniulflla- MTS- HOUEII- MTS' Roberts. MT- R'l'hH1 Gitldings, Treasurer Ed Ryllal. UNIOR ROW' 1: D. Miller, M. Wright, S. Hritz, N. Campbell. M. Hammers, J. Chiafullo, A. Boron, J. Toy. S. Fox. S. Slater. ROW 2: F. Cierlach, K. Chandler, D. Filby, P. Butch, J. Williams, J. Dudo. E. Singer, J. Bees, Mr. Venturella. ROW 3: C. Macom, E. Ryhal, F. Covelli, K. Anderson, P. Kassi. D. Heasley, F. Sylvester, J. Michalik. xg-""' RSWPWJ 'E MQ3W5' Sn l WWE Q g,,':.gQ,. 1 , V.. 'W -ii ROW 1: C. Soleeki, D. Kegarise. L.VWatrohski. R. Love. J. DelPrincipe, J. Aller, M. Cameron, M lleaherlin. R. Zarilla. ROW 2: J. Glass. R. DeVite, N. McEwen. F. Sallmen. C. French, J. Fleming, D. Butts, Mr. Re-hm. ROW 3: P. Angelo, R. Wojtowicz, B. Blum, D. Marshall, D. Rauah, L. Duncan, D. Kelso. J. Seamane. ROW 1: S. Campbell. S. Gibboney. P. Bissctt, R. Stephens. J. Morris, C. Domenick, N. McConahy, S. Shannon. L. Lowry. M. Henry. ROW 2: C. Campbell. D. Latimer. T. Dickson, B. Assid, P. Kelly. A. Hall. R. Woodruff. D. Aquaro, Mrs. Roberts. ROW 3: P. Spencer, W. Palmer, P. Vigne, S. Duzyk. J. Fuqua, T. Kerr, J. Rishel, F. Boal. K Mr.. ,, ur-- . .. . H .A ...M E Sie MQW ' . .r6N ROW 1: K. Giddinvs K. Palus, K. Shuler, M. Fabian, D. Barrett, R. Martin, M. Kreitzer S Braatz P. Boland, ,Sym0ns. HOW 2: D. Bees, G. Watt, L. Gemma, G. Peebles, S. Changovway, L. ClfgIllCIll5, M. Hritz, J. Mayberry, Mrs. Hough. ROW 3: L. Dierfield, R. Lulfey, E. Klaber J. Jenkins, E. Ross, A. Butch, R. Hall. , -- "" 'QQ nj ' : g::-' 4. , L In "tL , ' Q T, Q 5 5 ...t Q '-" ' 1 'f' G ,'t., .. wif . . L A., '-"""' ' ": s4f '. f""""'N 13 f ,,,,. Sushi' ' Q ww' ph , 5 Ks, mdlw Yr -Q 3xafz -- -LQ sp , ...fggm Q 1 4 22-f if ' ff' + fs V. . ', if L , v L Q If . ' , 4 , ...- wf 1133! JY f 3" f 6 i Y . PM ,- f f 1- ef' no-QIj,.f5-in i ., 'MX H. X1 x Jag- ., o 1 fs- 'fig .- L5 ,X-lw' N , SX .H K, .., A- K I7 Q ROW 1: K. Schetrom, N. Houk, J. Goddard, C. McKay, L. Rea, M. Byers, R. Allen, L. Vanater, F. Lyons, S. Fullerton. ROW 2: A. Nelson, C. McConnell, E. Hanna, S. Gorgacz, B. Dess, F. Rickman, P. Mitolo, J. Paley, Mr. Keil. ROW 3: J. Willner, R. Eckles, W. Akstulewicz, G. Cyrus, S. Sniezek, C. Coats, W. Biddle, E. Gardner, F. Edgington. ROW l: B. Myers, J. Williams, M. Allison, M. Wajtowicz, L. Hahn, M. Tomlinson, K. Smith S. Rigby, S. Borio, S. Elias. ROW 2: R. Glass, J. Petrello, J. McCart, W. Stickle, A. Funkhouser N. Horney, J. Schaas, R. Dickson, Mrs. McChesney. ROW 3: F. Nofsker, G. Thomas, R. Cole R. Bridges, G. Wimer, F. Krupa, D. Ammons, J. Davis, F. Heaherlin. "'Tf':,, 1 "di "S-'SWQL Y To--f - 'm"'!l ROW 1: J. Allen, B. Unangst, B. Wilson. S. Barber, G. Fee, B. Pattison. P. Marlin. J. Gaiser, M. Zuzow, S. Smith. ROW 2: J. Valiensi, A. Hake, H. Heaberlin, E. Kolodziej, C. Hardisky, P. Stewart, T. Lewis, D. Cooley, Mrs. Hatcher. ROW 3: T. Duda, C. Anderson, F. Ferrese, G. Cameron. D. Jones, H. Siggelow, C. Micco. K. DeLeone. 1 ,40- 19 X K FEW ! 1 5 se ,ga I9 ROW 1: S. Chirozzi, L. Connerly, S. Hoagland, V. Valle, N. Jerry, R. Pearsall, C. Williams, B. Plano, P. Bullano, E. Bartlett, C. Houston. ROW 2: J. Wyrie, J. Covelli, J. Hudson, D. Farrington, A. Anderson, E. Assid, B. Wallace, L. Slater, F. Solecki, Mr. Jameson. ROW 3: R. Topolski, D. Shuler, K. Funkhouser, R. Naugle, R. F errese, F. Shaw. FRESHMEN ROW 1: N, Davidson, E. Cwynar, C. Johnson, C. Cook, M. Woosley, P. 0'Nei1l, J. Panella, B. Dudo, S. Mitchell, B. Caimano, G. Rogers, T. McVickers. ROW 2, W. Jones, T. Jendrysik, M. Hanna, S. Smith, N. Taylor, J. Kastner, R. Blews, P. Bivens, R. Akstulewicz, T. McNicl'1olas, Mr. Beichner. ROW 3: J. Vigne, D. Klaber, G. Blakely, J. Pisciuneri, L. Rausch, T. Blayejewski, E. Vogas, L. Loth. 'S ROW 1: B. Shoaf, C. Wertman, C. Russo, E. Quinn, N. Lilley, L. Surrena, P. Hoover, D. Capece D. Duncan, J. Stokes. ROW 2: D. Lyde, M. Malizia, R. Jones, W. Fogarty, E. Wright, C. Miron L. Hall, G. Palmer, Mr. Salmen. ROW 3: R. Wingfield, R, Walter, W. Rice, R. Bryan, R Grim, L. Montgomery, R. Paglia. FRESHME ROW 1: M. Fowler, D. Mrozek, C. Cierlach, M. Dout, B. Peebles, S. Campbell, L. Chiafullo, F. Hovis, B. Higgs, R. Evans, L. Dierfield, ROW 2: S. Melnick, R. Pagley, J. Henry, J. Monstwil, D. llarc-zewski, L. Cimini. D. Wilson, R. Westcott, B, Spencer, Mr. Tarr. ROW 3: C. Conti, F Vanatten, H. Clark, T. Williams, F. Siggelow, C. Whiting, J. Shannon, B. James. ROW 1: L. Gorgacz, R. Smith, M. Gates, P. Smialowski, P. Thompson, J. Changoway, J. Boron S. Keene, B. Williams, C. Kegarise, S. Pinkerton, K. Grittie. ROW 2: T. Sander, P. Sallmen M. Jacobson, F.. Gaston, D. Kegarise, R. Kassi, W. Davies, G. Ross, J. Kelso, W. Womer, R Fuerst, Mrs. Laurell. ROW 3: H. Krupa, D. Cooley, D. Coughler, J. Burchett, B. Watson, P Monico, R. Krueger, D. Hofmeister, T. Leasure, D. Bodkin, R. Summer, J. Shannon. EIGHTH GR DE ROW 1: C. Bouchard, J. Macom, L. Johnston, K. Schell, S. Uber, L. Erwin, Y. Vance, E. Ross, B. Blazic, F. Mrozek, F. Mateja, T. Stitt, F. Uber, W. Maitland, R. Passeretti, Mr. Dougherty: ROW 3: J. Amold, E. Allen, G. Pink, F. Tarnaski, S. Sankey, D. Chirozzi, J. Duncan, W. Vance, J. McClenahan, S. Madison, M. Martin, E. Pisella. ROW 2: R. Hill, D. Stockman, E Barley, C. Biddle, C. Surrena, B. Pisciuneri. Q.. .1. la. gl L. ROW 1: M. Jones, K. Hall, W. Zuzow, S. Womer, S. Socha, D. Magie, J. Hasson, C. Presnar J. McClenahan, D. Bartholemew, P. Ward. S. Morris. ROW 2: J. Shoal, J. Magusiak, D. Clenwnts J. Dagres, C. Riggans, D. Dierfield, R. Wright, L. Lundy, S. Koss, E. Janus, Mr. Shaffer. ROW 3: J. Hilton, L. Dewberry, G. Wilson. D. Barton, R. Coates, C. Sankey, J. Fuqua, R. Symons, B Picutta. EIGHTI-I GRADE SEVENTH GRADE ROW 1: M. Cooley, S. Eckman, L. Book, C. Marshall, K. Kelso, I. Spencer. J. DelPrincipe, K. Palus, J. Frazier. J. Arblaster, C. Butts, L. Knoll. ROW 2: Mrs. Butts, L. Prossen, E. Stickle, R. Sallmen, J. Kerr, P. Crittie, M. Harvan, D. Gray, S. Wimer, B. Hammond, D. Mclver. ROW 3: B. Grass, J. Woodring, B. Hahn, R. St. Clair, D. Davis, M. Finamore, J. Smith, S. Jenkinson, J. Eppinger, J. Malinchak. 53 fa , wffxww ar V .,q...Q,,N ,A W E? . i wmwg . fs- .-1 .4 ff- . iki 47 2 x Y A vm-...f ..., " ' I X' .. .. . EQ, wg uvif In 1 125-Q L3 ' , ' .J , A T i 1 wr. '-3R'1f'!e'::sEi. 5 ' H VyHe1W,:, Q if MMT? ig . I -wr . WS J mr- , 325 1 WM 5 K I z um . . f wil ' 1 w :JW ai? WM M:Zl'N-., JQZW MA 'liiik . x Q W -.Nw W x. Q . . K . PXQWMQV H J N is , .5 W 9. gvgifw Q Q 9 U ,V wiki, .,x..:.. ,3.,,, ., Y .. 1:2 fi! 9? . w Mix . igw " A 5... ,I 2-392 - ,fs f. x H ' ' .wi . .. Y . g QSM' Q5 -51 . . . . mf fm, -..' ' H fl X , - x - X . ' " Q, ff K M, ,. ,V ,Q -, PM A A 'H .. ' V R. Q5 7? H L ff 3f!5K5" :Q: .wxggi-:.: ,ag N ' A A if I, 1, 'g 'k wa-.1517 . :fi x Q N f '- -L'- 'X . S - . wwf. "..' f, " - N . y Q if A 3 65 NATIONAL Houon soclsrv S 'Q E E. Z Qs Vs Lf 1 l 9 Q Q ! f, 8 ,ff to .. . w y TQ N H2 70" 49 on .PEN I f va, 1,19 ' TABLE l R Shaw E Stlckle R Kassi J Jenkins Advlsor Miss Rentz J Davis, A. Anderson, P 0Ne1l C Kactner J McClenahan TABLE 2 Seated S Sarver C French, F. Conti, S. HIIIZ C M1000 C Plsclunerl STANDING J Rlshel S Snelzek B Gray G Palmer, R. Passeretti. TDET as COUNCIL The Student Council is a service organization composed of one member from each home- room. Weekly meetings are held at which time plans are made for the many projects they sponsor, one of which includes the is- suance of handbooks at the be- ginning of each school term to the student body. Left to right: E. Hofmeister, F. Mitolo, F. Conti, R. Shaw, D. Ferrell, B. Sawer, B. Burchett, M. Flynn, J. Davis, K. Pierce, P. Krueger. 2 .. T -rf-2 'Wig .1 - I..:....-...Z tr: X42 .1f..t':: In Nm Emi Hplim ' lan? s 2 ' , .- f '51 '5 5 i:g:::."f' 'll - 5 , if . : F v 'l 1 . l JUN IORS SEN IORS TOPIA STAFF Left to right: S. Gibboney, K. Giddings, M. Wright, B. Blum, M. Fabian, J. Dudo, D. Kelso, J. DelPrincipe, F. Covelli, M. Marino. 'lll -43:49 big,- SEATED: B. Love, M. Wright, C. Domenick, S. Lundy, N. McEwen, J. Morris, M. Kreitzer, B. Shaw, T. Busin, N. Myers, A. Salmen, S. Campbell, C. Solecki, K. Palus, K. Shuler. STANDING: W. Davies, S. Gibboney, B. Martin, C. Houston, S. Hoagland, A. Anderson, B. Watson, B. Myers, H. DeMarco, M. Withers, J. Mayberry, E. McClenahan, J. Michalik, A. Goodge, C. DeVite. -HI N WS vhs A f , 613,32 Y, nat fn. E74 H: '-'asa' Co-Editors: J. Grittie, M. Flynn, Youth Correspondents: M. Jacobson, J. Hilyard, Advisor: Mrs Hough. ROW 1: J. Grittie, C. Gaiser, Treasurer F. Mitolo, Secretary F. Conti, Vice President B. Burchett, President E. Hofmeister, B. Watson, B. Sawer, N. Myers. ROW 2: Advisor Miss Robinson. K. Shuler, C. French, J. Hilyard, D. Ferrell, S. Campbell, J. Morris, B. Stephens, Advisor Mrs. Reynolds. ROW 3: D. Latimer, F. Covelli, R. Hall. J. Jenkins, E. Klaber, J. Bees. NATIONA HONOR5OC:ETY F ff The National Honor Society is an organization to E I E recognize the scholastic ability of High School students. Z " ss Members are selected by the faculty on their display L of service, character, leadership, and scholarship. President Emie Hofmeister escorting Claude Gaiser to the stage during the Induction Service. A Mr. Clark pinning a new member. 'bbq X G X The Future Nurses of Ameri- ca Club is for girls in the 11th and 12th grades who intend to further their study by going in- to nurses training. The club has speakers and movies throughout the year to help show what their future Advisor: Mrs. McChesney, President: M. Flynn, Treasurer: M. Jacobson, Vice President: N. , Myers, Secretary: M. Kolodziej, Mrs. Birt. Careers W111 hold' F TURE NURSES SEATED: J. Morris, J. Floyd, A. Mrozek, J. Grittie, L. Cuillard, P: Waltzer, N. McEwen. STAND- ING: B. Stephens, S. Campbell, L. Watrobski, D. Barrett, S. Hritz, M. Fabian, S. Shannon. FUTURE TEACHER X1 1 ROW 1: Advisor, Mr. Shaffer, N. Myers, J. Crittie, M. Wright, B. Love, K. Shuler, B. Burchett, A. Goodge, N. Bees, Advisor, Mr. Boggs. ROW 2: B. Sarver, L. Guillard, C. Hink, B. Watson, C. Gaiser, G. Smith, M. Withers, P. Krueger, C. DeVite. ROW 3: W. Vanater R. Shaw, J. Davis, R. Reynolds, S. Lundy, K. McPheeters, E. McClenahan, D. Seamans, Li Dougherty. ROW 1: J. Chiafullo, C. Domenick, C. Solecki, K. Palus, M. Cameron, S. Barber, S. Sarver, J. Hill, K. Schetrom, J. Allen, L. Vanater, F. Lyons. ROW 2: J. Morris, M. Heaberlin, J. Aller, L. Lowry, P. Kelly, D. Miller, S. Slater, B. Myers, R. Unangst. ROW 3: J. Dudo, D. Filhy, R. Cole, R. Bridges, J. Davis, J. Michalik, J. Mayberry, B. Columbus, E. Ryhal, J. Rishel. Future Teachers of America Club is composed of students wishing to further their educa- tion in the teaching field. Educational activities through- out the year also include visits to several teachers colleges in Pennsylvania. 2 Sena TEE - ETTES The Teenettes is an organiza- M35 tion composed of girls from the 10th through the 12th grades. This is a service organiza- tion and at Thanksgiving time the Teenettes packed baskets and they were delivered to the needy. The big event of the year was ffl 't'r i a formal held in February. President: K. Pierce, Vice President: E. McClenahan, Secretary: C. Palus, Treasurer: K, Giddings, Advisor: Mrs. Butts. ROW 1: A. Goodge, M. Flynn, K. Pierce, S. Lundy, L. Guillard, J. Felger. C. Hink, P. Waltzer, B. Ratcliff, M. Ross, S, Rea, N. Myers, P. Slavin. RCW 2: N. Bees, M. Withers, M. Jones. C. De-Vite, M. Jacobson, B. Miron, C. Cameron, W. Dierfield, J. Grittie, A. Salmen, J. List, M. Murray. ROW 3: E. McClenahan, P. Krueger. F. Conti, B. Watson. K. McPhf-eters, M. Kolodziej, A. Mrozek, B. Callahan, C. Chutz, S. Citanski, M. Spencer, E. Watt. L-. N. ...,.. ....., .. , . . . 1Dunva hm .. mmm A- -Aw- ata ROW 1: C. French, N. Campbell, S. Fox, M. Heaherlin, J. DelPrincipe, C. Dome-nick, K. Shu ler, K. Palus, K. Ciddings, F. Monstwil, P. Topolski, L. Matthews, S. Slater, M. Cameron, M Henry, R. Zarella, L. Lowry, B. Stitt. ROW 2: J. Toy, B. Stephens, L. Clements. S. Gibboney, S Shannon, N. McConahy, J. Aller, C. Solecki, D. Miller, B. Love, M. Wright, D. Barrett, S Braatz, L. Watrobski, A. Boron, M. Marino, M. Hritz. ROW 3: J. Chiafullo, S. Hritz, M. Fabian Houk, F. Sallmen, M. Kreitzer, J. Morris, N. McEwen, P. Boland, M. Hammers, S. Cliangoway P. Kelly, L. Simons, S. Campbell, B. Martin. ROW B. Wilson, B. Barber, G. Fee, K. Bullano, L. Vanater, F. Lyons, S. Elias, R. Johnson, S. Borio, C. Bees, M. Pisella, P. Foster, S. Winkler. ROW 2: K. Chiafullo, M. Matthews, B Pattison, S. Smith, M. Zuzow, P. Martin, M. Wojtowicz, J. Williams, S. Butts, J. Gaiser, S Sarver, J. Hill. ROW 3: R. Allen, C. Maqusiak, J. Valiensi, L. Rea, I.. Hahn, J. Allen, R Uuangst, C. Harclisky, B. Myers, K. Schetrom, P. Glenn, A. Funkllouser, N. 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'Af'f..u ' T v , if , Z H Z' 134 wg... . .1 S' H. . 5 - f rn QM , 9 X, 4 , .. ., . . .. M iff ' ' . 5 Sw X 4523. ' k zz Til 3, Q: , i 1 1:1 . ' 25, 1, .Ja H M wig? f Q Q 6 T SM ,hum ' ww W Fw, 1. W fzfgxw- " QU- BMA ug W QA Eg' Y " QW A W WS .J W, , ! Q Y I if N A 2535 .. 1 Uk 4131? sw ,kgs ,gk Q 3 f XX as Q in f Q x gi M Q X iwzf x 1 A 'S XA? QS? x 5 ,sb X S-ffsg-gin-zsiisi X Ei 4 S X., X Q Q ,Q Si i I X X N .., gk . NK K A S . Q J " X m, X Q. A xt, N S Q ,. . so A Q 5 vlxvsvw ai . 1 , K me M , l 4-na If -fa... QI '51- E Left to right: J. Glass, R. Janovickg Vice. Pres., J. Marshallg J. McAdamsg Sec., M. Hritzg D. Filbyg Pres., B. Hallg Treas., P. Kassig Mrs. Shields, advisor. Charlene French, Junior Attendant, Queen, Franceen Conti, being crowned by Ron Shaw, Cathy Chiafullo, Sophomore Attendant. 38 FRENCH CLUB The French Club is an or- ganization whose object is to better the understanding of the French language and its cus- toms by studying French Music and its composers. A dinner honoring the French I class was held in the spring, bringing to a climax the events for the year. HOMECOMING The Homecoming for 1959 was held on the night of the Union-Bessemer game. The queen and her attendants were selected by the Student Coun- cil. A dance following the game was held in the high school gym- Everyone enjoying the Mexican Hat Rock. A dance honoring our undefeated football team was held on November 14. The Dance sponsored by the Student Council was held in the high school gym from 8:30 to 11:30 with music by Roger Pecano and his band. Group Singing in honor of tho team. The stage was decorated with a goal post, banners, and an imitation football player which made the set- ting for the honoring of the players. ICTORY DANCE Cheerleader, Beverly Pattison, escorting coach, Mr. Gibson, Charlene FFCUCI1 GS-wrlins the VafSiTY COHCIICS, MT- ROUS and football player, Ted Kerr, to the stage. SOS and Mr- Rh9m,10 the Slage' Dancing being enjoyed by all. The rocket, X-59, symbolizes the name of the Senior dance, "Spaceman's F antasyf' SENIOR DANCE Charleston by Carolyn Hink, member of the senior class. L 5, war Queen Mary Fabian and King Fred Covelli being crowned by Ed Ryhal, Junior class treas. The Harvest 0 Moon Dance. HARVEST MOON The Senior Dance, "Spaceman7s Fantasyf' was held on January 30, 1959, in the high school gym. The gym decorated with a look into the future created a space atmosphere. DANCE Anne Salmen singing "Honey-Bun." Pegi Krueger and Fred Lutz receiving a record album at the dance. we ig :F A Carole DeV1le crowmn Queen Karen Pierce and King Jack Stiffler. The annual Teenette Formal was held on February 7 in the Union Memorial Building from 8:30 to 11:30. Music was provided by Roger Pecano and his band. Entertainment provided by members of the Teenettes, food served throughout the evening, and dancing summed up a very enjoyable event. Kathy Giddmgs and Barbara AS Karol Palus pantomiming to "Tall Paul An old fashloned charleston by sid makin L h g Swee armony Jo ADH f..l'l1llfLlllO SENIOR PL Y Row 1: A. Salmen, M. Jacobson. Row 2: Student Director, M. Flynn, W. Vanater, D. Dewberry, L. Cuillard, F. Mitolo, Director, Mrs. Roberts. Row 3: D. Boland, N. Myers, C. DeVite, D. Seamans, C. Hink, H. DeMarc0. "Let me help you with your Slippey-5,father!" "W0w! A handsome foreign exchange student at our school Lucia, being introduced to her new American family. 42 Lucia, you must never wear a skirt over jeans." I l t The Senior Play, "The Unguided Miss," was held on April 2nd and 3rd in the high school gym. The comedy in three acts was under the direction of Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Reynolds aided with make-up and Mr. Shaffer was in charge of the stage crew. "A foreign exchange student in our houseg that would he interest- ' '97 mg . W5 Make-up being placed on four members of the play cast. Tom Hixon crowning the king, Dan Seamans. The annual Junior-Senior Prom was held on May 8, in the Scottish-Rite Cathedral. Decorations, based on a Hawaiian cruise, made a pretty setting with palm trees, coco- nuts, and a bamboo hut. Dancing from 8 to 12 featuring Mike Ron- cone and his orchestra. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king and queen and a grand march by the royal court. Delicious refreshments were served through- out the evening. UNIOR E IDR PROM Queen, Alene Coodge, and King, Dan Seamans. The Grand March. The Royal couple descending from the throne to begin the grand march, followed by their court of Juniors and Seniors. giix, 4 Ms .. msww. 3 , ,i 5. S JS 5? ' ,, tvigfssfs,-W, I A vwvwii H., 12 in 5 2, ff ? 51 521 in T? X ,W sy, 'RSX A ,1-- vm THE fx wif: A 1 R21 46 May 25, marked one of the biggest events for the graduating class of '59. Commencement exercise was held in the Union Memorial building with guest speaker Mr. Charles F. Saylor of Westminster College. A total of eighty-six seniors, in white caps and gowns, re- ceived their diplomas before a crowd of parents, friends, and relatives. Sam Heaberlin receiving his diploma from school board President M. Annarella. Mr. Roussos calling the graduates to the stage to receive their diplomas. GRADU Mr. C. Paul Clark and Valedictorian of the class, Ernie Hofmeister. Mr. Charles Saylor of Westminster College, guest speaker for Commencement Exercise. ATIO P 4 'INIV' M. Annarella, school board President, presenting Alene Goodge with her diploma. Mr. C. Paul Clark and Salutatorian Don Ferrell. 47 S ,k v R 2 'Q l K .9 5 4 L 3375? K 3 1 ' wg fe? ww 2 , 3 L 1. ik 'K M' - if W X Magi U , ,lgmgf pw - ,az , 'w g xg . 1 , W 4 Q1 A - , T355 .QSFIJ-:2fePEXff , - ' .- ' 3 ' ' Iiifii-, 7 Q. 1 . " 29 4 Ns biz? Ig. WW7 S X ag F - 0 bg W X 'S' f w 1 X. IH, 555 fr"? I X NX lx . QQ J 'ff 'F ee, li x Q . . n o O 0 , f 1 I 5. 5 X - r X I 3? 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TERRY W ,gf RONNIE ERN IE LEROY JOHN WAYNE DUANE BOB JOHN JIM LEONARD SAM RICHARD my mdk tak M X Q 1 Aw 'M . ,lf W' my my Q M3 2 as , ,, J 2 K K 'ffl if , s,, 1 Q fig ww 3 gi 5' Q 2 N sf M N" xg: ., l .. W LW 5 w awk eng ,Eh ...pk .Wy N. ' Q' In .V A 2 'A , A , S 351 ' Q M L W f i' 2 , :V-', will 5 "Z' X K' W Left to right: L. Symons, M. Heaberlin, M. Flynn, L. Hahn, K. Shuler, B. Love X f 5 1 f C. Hink, Co-Captain, C. McClenahan, Mascot, S. Campbell, Captain. 2 t' 5. f-Nl 'W' -. ,. 'I .L Q . MAJURETTE fi l Www fi Seniors'-M. Flynn, C. Hink SEATED: B. Hall, L. Dougherty, J. Fuqua, J. Jenkins, J. Davis, F. Covelli. ROW 2: Mgr. J. Michalik, J, Dudo, R. Shaw, D. Latimer, Mgrs. W. Vanater, E. Ryhal. Total Field Goals Free Throws Total Rebounds Made Made Points Jenkins ....... 27-6 217 84 518 Fuqua ........... ..,,.,, 3 52 155 65 375 Dougherty ...... ....... 1 55 122 74 358 Davis ............. .,.,... 1 36 87 25 199 Hall .....,...,. ....... 5 9 73 14 160 Covelli .,... ,...,,. 2 8 30 6 66 Shaw ..., .....,. 3 4 22 9 53 Ross ...... ....,,. 6 0 33 6 72 Dudo ...... ..,. 9 7 6 25 Kelso ,,.-,..., ....... 2 1 9 6 20 Latimer ............ ....... 5 2 3 7 Team Total ,..,-,- ,.-,,,A,, 1 135 757 298 1813 SEATED: P. Mingione, J. Davis, J. Fuqua, J. Dudo, D. Latimer. STANDING: F. Shaw, C. Josephic. gifS1. '.mnu-.rf '- ' 11:7 i-1' F BALL Coaches-Mr. Hart, Mr. Covelli sf J 25 . . xe BASKET- if ' is Q, 5' 1 5 is EP , W Q 2, L1 g N' URVWUN Arn" as .- A 3.1 H 5 . P me k A. , -.gig 'af I 21 dvi NN Ei J " .Af by J, N f -vr , 9 fi WX V E.. JJ lf fd X QM . if 'Q .fwwg G .ig x 1- i is 3 I 1 f mf f il My 2 j,w1,'5im1Q111 Q, .- .H If K- 1 1 Q n M, , Q, l if' Win wvikiwg 55 ROW 1: J. Davis, J. DeRobex'tis, R. Shaw, E. Hofmeister, L. Dougherty, B. Hall, D. Kelso. ROW 2: F. Covelli, J. Dudo, J. Marshall, E. Klaher, J. Davis, Mr. Hart, Coach. ROW 3: Mgr. D. Car- penter, G. Cyrus, P. Mingione, G. Wimer, K. DeLeone, D. Rice, H. Rausch. BASEBALL SCORES 7-Union 2-Union 6-Union 4'-Union 4-Union 2-Union 2-Union 0-Union 1-Union 4'-Union 8-Union 1-Union 1 1-Union 7-Union VS. VS. VS. VS VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. VS. Slippery Rock Mohawk Shenango ....... Sharpsville --- Wampum ...... Laurel ............. Ellwood City . Ellwood City Mohawk ........ Wampum ...... Laurel ............... ..... Sharpsville ..... Slippery Rock Shenango ............. ........ WON 5-LOST 9 f45 ,Q I 6 1 A., BASEBALL Seniors-J. DeRobertis, J. Davis, L. Dougheny, E. Hofmeister, R. Shaw ...L , -Q ..,. 4 ROW 1: T. Busin, H. DeMarco, M. Schiraldi, J. Jones, C. Clements, J. Treadwell, J. McAdams, L. Dierfield, W. Vanater, J. Fuqua, D. Latimer. ROW 2: Mr. F. Rhem, Coach, J. Fuqua, D. Am- mons, C. DeRobertis, E. Singer, C. Macom, B. Jones, F. Ferrese, R. Horchler, J. Paley, J. Foss, Mr. T. Gibson, Coach. ROW 3: Mgrs. D. Shuler, R. Eckles, J. Shannon, J. Henry, J. Covelli, Mgrs. C. Whiting, R. Reynolds, J. Bees, G. Cameron. ' ,. . .sew 1.1.1-. W 5 gf I I 880 RELAY TEAM-J. Treadwell, M. Schiraldi, F. Ferrese, W. Vanater, D. TRACK MEETS Latimer. Score 31 -Union 29.5-Union 65 -Union 51 -Union 40 -Union 68 -Union 43.5-Lowellville 14.5-Mohawk MILE RELAY TEAM-J. McAdams, D. Latimer, M. Schiraldi, L. Diesfield Score vs. Beaver Falls .... 55 vs. Ellwood City .... 68.5 vs. Mohawk .......... 16 57 Grove City ........ 57 TRI-MEET vs. Zelienople ...... vs. 58 ROW 1: A. Goodge, K. Palus, C. Bees, L. Lowry. ROW 2: Mrs. Laurell, advisor, S. Sarver, C. French, B. Pattison. Left to right: C. Kegarise, M. Gates, C. Williams, A. Anderson, J. Burchett, L. Gorgacz, C. Houston. KNEELING: B. Plano. CHEER- LE DER ALENE GOODGE, Captain Left to right: A. Goodge, S. Sarver, C. French, B. Pattison, L. Lowry. M Vx President B. BURCHETT Vice President C. SMITH To the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancen we began the 'Llast mile." Slowly the covers began to descend on our chapter in the annals of Union Township history. We are proud of our accomplish- ments and contributions to our Alma Mater. As we marched up the aisle we recalled with mixed emotions, those events which gave us much pleas- ure: March, 1957 ....... ......... S ham-Rock Dance Dec., 1957 ....... c ....... Received Class Rings Nov., 1957 ..............,..... Harvest Moon Dance King Queen RONNIE SHAW EVA MCCLENAHAN May, 1958 .... Sponsored Junior-Senior Prom May 8, 1959 .....e,........... Junior-Senior Prom King Queen DAN SEAMANS ALENE GOODGE May 15, 1959 ........ Senior Trip to Cleveland May 22, 1959 .,...... Dinner-Dance at Castleton May 24, 1959 .............. Baccalaureate Service May 25, 1959 ........ Commencement Exercises We acknowledge the fine student leadership, fac- Secretary A. SALMEN v Treasurer J. DEROBERTIS ulty supervision, and class co-operation in project CIQ55 Cglgrs-Powder Blue and Silver promotion-all of which contributed to make these C1055 Fl0w6f-Pink ROSS events so memorable. SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORS President Ronnie Shaw Leonard Dougherty Bob Burchett Vice President Dan Seamans Ronnie Shaw Gary Smith Secretary Karen Pierce Franceen Conti Anne Salmen Treasurer , Don Ferrell Don Ferrell John DeRobertis Advisors Miss Hammerstrom Mrs. Butts Miss Rentz P , Mrs. Shields Mrs. Hartford Mrs. Fox mfects Mr. Ewing Mr. Venturella Mr. Roussos Mr' Klel Easter Candy Magazines 60 Christmas Candy 'M WILLIAM JOHN BEADLING l6Bi-ll!! NANCY JANE BEES GSNan77 DUANE E. BOLAND LEONARD ALLEN BENKOSKY "Bucky RICHARD JACKSON BODKIN G4BuCk77 "Duane" ROBERT J. BUDAI SGBOIJS7 ROBERT L. BURCHETT "Birdie" TERRENCE LEE BUSIN lGTerry9, CAROL JEAN CHUTZ Hcarolv SANDRA E. CITANSKI 66Sandy79 CLIFFORD RAYMOND CLARK MCH ff77 HUGH CLIFFORD CLEMENTS 4'Cliff" LLBERT PAUL BUTCH HA-175 TULLY JOSEPH CAIAZZA '4Butch" BARBARA JEAN CALLAHAN "Barbara,' GAYLE E. CAMERON GCGayle97 4-"""" JOHN EDWARD DE ROBERTIS acl' Ria CAROLE JEAN DE VITE "Chicho" WANETTA ROSE DIERFIELD "Wanetta" LEONARD MARSHALL DOUGHERTY ClFuzz99 FRANCEEN M. CONTI "Fran', JOSEPH W. DAVIS "Fonze" l DALLAS DANIELS "Dallas" HARRY EUGENE DE MARCO "Hector" ,rx Q W ivy N ' .4245--F-.M , ,. . ? RALPH C. FARON E LG0Ze97 JO ANNE FELGER Gishortyii DONALD W. F ERRELL CLD0n77 J UNE A. FLOYD 4cJunen fy' xi' MARY CATHERINE FLYNN 66Mary77 CLAUDE GAISER ccjoshsa GARY GADZIA '6Gadzoo,' ALICE IRENE GOODGE Q Lv X 'X Rs Wx "Alene" HAVEN LE ROY GRITTIE "Flave" JOSEPHINE MAE GRITTIE HJ077 JAMES HILYARD 66J'im97 CAROLYN SUSAN HINK '4Carrie', ERNEST LEE HOFMEISTER "Ernie Banksw EVANGELINE MARIE HOMNER Sivangien DARLENE LE ANN GUILLARD CSI-lee!! SAMUEL LEROY HEABERLIN 6GSam77 W MARGARET ETHEL JONES csMarge77 DAVID C. KIRKER "Dave', MARY ANN KOLODZIEJ "Mary Annv LAWRENCE S. KRINER GiIJaI-ry!! J JACK HUFF aajackv MARGIE ANN JACOBSON LGMarg77 RICHARD ANDREW JANOVICK LGR-iCh97 JAMES RUSSELL JONES 66Jim77 DANIEL JOHN LYONS iLDan57 DONALD JAMES MATRICARDI "Match" LEOLA BELLE MATTHEWS Hsisii JAMES J. MCADAMS ujoesa PEGGY J O KRUEGER "Redhead,' JUDITH ANN LIST iiJudy39 SALLY JANE LUNDY iisallyn IN WI x FREDERICK CLARE LUTZ "Fred" . If XXII II I I I I ,X J X' 1 EVA GRACE MCCLENAHAN "C0okie,' LEROY MCLURE ccweeaa FRANK MITOLO "Frank,' MARGARET KAY MCPHEETERS GGKay77 BILLIE JEAN MIRON csBill11 Alu. FRANCES MARIE MONSTWIL ANN LOUISE MROZEK 66Ann79 'cCo0kie" MADELINE MARIE MURRAY "Marie,' 'qv VMWD I uw S"' BARBARA JOAN RATCLIFF '6Barb,, SYLVIA JUNE REA "Sylvia" RAYMOND WAYNE REYNOLDS CCAIQF7 ANTHONY PHILLIP RICHARDS "Buck,' NANCY JANE MYERS nANancy79 MICHAEL JOHN PEPLOWSKI L4MaguIn77 DAVID LAWRENCE PHILLIPS "Dave" 1' X M KAREN MAY PIERCE 6'Karen', I I MARTIN JAMES SCHERALDI "Kapooka" RONALD LEWIS SHAW 66ROn77 EDWARD SICKLES G6Ed77 MARGARET LOUISE SLAVIN iipeggyw MARGARET ROSE ANN ROSS C ANNE SALMEN "Anne,' BETSY ANN SARVER DANIEL E. SEAMANS 66Dan77 'hail -n-Ulu' :A I 1' -f Q .- W H? ,vi.' A f A ' ' Iwi ,1 I 5' fx, M I S53 GARY GENE SMITH Hsrnittyvs LUCILLE MARLEN E SPENCER "Marlene', JOHN EDWARD TREADWELL STEPHEN K. STASKO "Steve" PATRICIA ANN TOPOLSKI LSPat73 ssxletw WAYNE RICHARD VANATER 6'Skinny,, BERNICE CLAIRE WALZER "Pe1mie', BARBARA ANNE WATSON "Barb,, ELIZABETH LEE WATT GSI-'een MARILYN ELAINE WITHERS 66Lynnie93 Not Pictured DIANE LYNN DEWBERRY g I 1 L X Q - ff ff -ff 7 W XM f f N4 1 IIIIA X A is X SENIOR ACTIVITIES BEADLING, WILLIAM JOHN BEES, NANCY JANE Chorus 10, II, 12 FTA 11, 12 FNA I1 Teenettes 10, 11, I2 Office Girl I2 BEN KOSKY, LEONARD ALLEN Football 10, II, 12 Varsity L. 12 Hi-Y IO, 11, 12 BODKIN, RICHARD JACKSON Football 10, II, I2 Varsity L. IO, II, 12 BOLAND, DUANE E. Football 10, 11, 12 BUDAI, ROBERT J. Football 11 -Chorus 12 BURCHETT, ROBERT L. Basketball Manager 10, 11 Football 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 10, 11, President 12 Hi-Y Treasurer 10, President 11 FTA 11, President 12 National Honor Society Vice Presi- dent II, I2 Utopian Staff 11, 12 Senior Class President BUSIN, TERRANCE LEE Football IO, 11, 12 Varsity L. II, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 FTA 12 U-Hi News 11, 12 Librarian 10, 12 BUTCH, PAUL ALBERT FFA 10, 11, 12 CAIAZZA, TULLY JOSEPH Hi-Y 10, 11 CALLAHAN, BARBARA JEAN Teenettes II, I2 CAMERON, GAYLE E. Chorus II, 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, I2 Teenettes 10, 11, I2 Office Girl '12 CHUTZ, CAROL JEAN Chorus 10, 11, I2 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 Teenettes 10, Il, 12 CITANSKI, SANDRA E. Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Librarian I0 CLARK, CLIFFORD RAYMOND Science Club 10 CLEMENTS, HUGH CLIFFORD Transferred from Shenango High School 12 Basketball IO, 11 Latin Club II CONTI, F RANCEEN M. Chorus IO, II, 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, I2 District Chorus I2 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 National Honor Society Secretary 11, 12 Student Council Secretary I2 Utopian Staff 11, I2 Junior Class Secretary Office Girl 12 DANIELS, DALLAS DAVIS, JOSEPH W. Football 10 Basketball 10, 11, 12 Baseball 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 11, I2 FTA 12 Student Council 12 Utopian Staff 11, 12 DE MARCO, EUGENE HARRY U-Hi News I2 Junior Play 11 DE ROBERTIS, JOHN EDWARD Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12 Football 10, 11, 12 , Baseball IO, 11, 12 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 Senior Class Treasurer DE VITE, CAROLE JEAN Chorus I2 Girls' Ensemble 12 FTA II, I2 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 U-Hi News 11, 12 Junior Play 11 Office Girl 12 DIERFIELD, WANETTA ROSE Chorus 11, I2 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 Teenettes IO, 11, I2 Junior Play I1 Office Girl 12 DOUGHERTY, LEONARD MARSHALL Basketball IO, 11, 12 Baseball 10, 11, 12 Band 10 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, Treasurer 11, 12 FTA I2 Junior Class President FARONE, RALPH C. Chorus 10, 11, 12 FELGER, J OANNE Teenettes 10, 11, I2 FERRELL, DONALD W. Statistician 12 Football 11 Band President 10, Secretary 11, 12 Varsity L. 12 Science Club 10 National Honor Society 11, 12 Utopian Staff 11, 12 Sophomore Class Treasurer Junior Class Treasurer FLOYD, JUNE A. Chorus 11, 12 Girls' Ensemble 11 FNA 11, 12 Librarian 10 AYF C Bible Club 11, 12 FLYNN, MARY CATHERINE Majorette 12 Chorus 11 Girls' Ensemble 11 FNA 11, President 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Utopian Staff 12 U-Hi News 10, 11, 12 Librarian 10 Junior Play GADZIA, GARY Transferred from' Bessemerll Sophomore Vice President Bee-Hi News 10 GAISER-, CLAUDE Band 10, 11, 12 District Band 12 Hi-Y 10 FTA 12 National Honor Society 12 French Club 11 GOODGE, ALICE IRENE Cheerleader 10, 11, Captain 12 Chorus 10, 11, Vice President 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 District Chorus 12 FTA 11, Secretary 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Student Council 10 Utopian Staff 12 U-Hi News 11, 12 Jimior Play 11 Office Girl 12 Secretary to Mr. Melcer 12 GRITTIE, HAVEN LEROY Chorus 10, 11, 12 District Chorus 10, 11, 12 Count Chorus 10 Hi-Y 10, 11 Science Club 10 Librarian 10 Jr. Sportsman Club 10, 11 GRITTIE, JOSEPHINE MAY Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 Science Club 10, 11 FTA 12 FNA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 U-Hi News 10, 11, 12 Librarian 10, 11 Junior Play 11 GUILLARD, DARLENE LE ANN Chorus 12 . Girls' Ensemble 12 FTA 11, 12 F NA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 U-Hi News 10, 11 Librarian 10 Junior Play HEABERLIN, SAMUEL LEROY Football Manager 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 FFA 10, 11, Vice President 12 HILYARD, JAMES Band 10, Treasurer 11, 12 District Band 11, 12 Science Club 10, 11 National Honor Society 11, 12 Youth Correspondence 12 HINK, CAROLYN SUSAN Majorette 11, Co-Captain 12 Chorus 10, I1 Girls' Ensemble 11 FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Junior Play 11 Office Girl 12 HOFMEISTER, ERNEST LEE Football 10, 11, 12 Baseball 10, 11, 12 Band Treasurer 10, President 11, 12 District Band 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 Hi-Y 10 Science Club 10, Vice President 11 National Honor Society President 11, 12 Student Council 10, Vice President 11 Utopian Staff 11, 12 HOMNER, EVANGELINE MARIE Office Girl 12 YF C Bible Club 11, 12 HUFF, JACK Hi-Y 10 JACOBSON, MARGIE ANN Band 10, 11, 12 Chorus 11 Girls' Ensemble 11 FNA 11, Treasurer 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 U-Hi News 11 Librarian 10 Junior Play 11 Youth Correspondence 12 JANOVICK, RICHARD ANDREW French Club 12 JONES, JAMES RUSSELL Football 10, 11, 12 French Club 11 JONES, MARGARET ETHEL Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girls, Ensemble 11, 12 FNA 11 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Junior Play 11 KIRKER, DAVID C. Hi-Y 10, I1 FFA 10, 11, 12 Junior Sportsman Club 10 KOLODZIEJ, MARY ANN F'NA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Librarian 12 KRINER, LAWRENCE S. Chorus 10, 11, Treasurer 12 District Chorus 11, 12 Junior Play 11 KRUEGER, PEGGY JO Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Utopian Staff 11, 12 U-Hi News 11 Junior Play 11 Secretary to Guidance Counselor 12 LIST, JUDITH ANN Teenettes 11, 12 Office Girl 12 Secretary to Mr. Jameson 12 LUNDY, SALLY JANE Majorette 11 FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 U-Hi News 11, 12 Office Girl 11, 12 LUTZ, FREDERICK CLARE Football 10 Chorus 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 FTA 12 Junior Play 11 LYONS, DANIEL JOHN Transferred from Cardinal Mooney High School MATRICARDI, DONALD JAMES FFA 10, 11, 12 MATTHEWS, LEOLA BELLE Transferred from Brookville Area Joint Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girls' Ensemble 12 Teenettes 12 Junior Play 11 Tri-Hi-Y 11 Tru-Blue 11 MCADAMS, JAMES J. Hi-Y 10, 11 French Club I? Chorus 12 MCCLENAHAN, EVA GRACE Cheerleader 10, 11 FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, Vice President 12 Student Council 10 U-Hi News 11, 12 Office Girl 12 MCCLURE, LEROY Football 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 11, I2 Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 MCPHEETERS, MARGARET KAY Cheerleader 11 FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Junior Play 11 Office Girl II, 12 MIRON, BILLIE JEAN Teenettes 12 French Club 11 Office Girl 12 MITOL0, FRANK Band Vice President 10, 11, 12 District Band 10, 11, I2 Science Club 10, 11 National Honor Society 11, 12 Student Council 11 Utopian Staff 11, 12 MON STWIL, FRANCES MARIE Chorus 12 Girls' Ensemble 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Junior Play 11 Secretary to Mr. Beichner 11, 12 MROZEK, ANN LOUISE FNA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Librarian 10, 12 MURRAY, H. WILSON FFA 10, 11, 12 MURRAY, MADELINE MARIE Teenettes 10, 11, 12 MYERS, NANCY JANE FTA 12 FNA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 U-Hi News 12 PEPLOWSKI, MICHAEL JOHN Band 10, 11, 12 District Band 11 PHILLIPS, DAVID LAWRENCE Science Club 10 PIERCE, KAREN MAY Chorus 10, 11, 12 Girls' Ensemble II, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, President 12 Student Council 11 Utopian Staff 11, 12 Librarian 10 Sophomore Class Secretary 10 Office Girl 12 Secretary to Mr. Tarr 12 RATCLIFF, BARBARA JOAN Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Office Girl 12 REA, SYLVIA JUNE Teenettes 11, 12 Office Girl 12 REYNOLDS, RAYMOND WAYNE Baseball Manager 10 Band 10, 11 Chorus 10, 12 Varsity L. 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11 FTA 12 Junior Play 11 RICHARDS, ANTHONY PHILLIP ROSS, MARGARET ROSE ANN Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Office Girl 12 SALMEN, ANNE Band 11, 12 Chorus 10, Vice President 11 President 12 Girls' Ensemble 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Student Council 10 U-Hi News 12 Librarian 10 Senior Class Secretary Office Girl 12' SARVER, BETSY ANN Band 11, 12 FTA 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 Utopian Staff 11, 12 SEAMANS, DANIEL E. Hi-Y 10, 11 FTA 12 Sophomore Class Vice President Junior Play 11 SCHERALDI, MARTIN JAMES FFA 10, 11, 12 SHAW, RONALD LEWIS Football 10, 11, Co-Captain 12 Basketball 10, 11, I2 Baseball 10, 11, I2 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 Hi-Y 10 FTA 1 Student Council President 12 Utopian Staff 11, 12 U-Hi News 10, 11, I2 Sophomore Class President Junior Class Vice President French Club 10, 11 SICKLES, EDWARD Football 11 SLAVIN, MARGARET LOUISE Teenenes 10, 11, 12 Office Girl 12 SMITH, GARY GENE Band 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11 FTA 12 Senior Class Vice President French Club 11 Junior Play 11 SPENCER, LUCILLE MARLENE Chorus 10 FTA 11 Teenettes 11, 12 Office Girl 12 STASKO, STEPHEN K. Football 11 TOPOLSKI, PATRICIA ANN Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Office Girl 12 TREADWELL, JOHN EDWARD Football 12 Baseball 11 Varsity L. I2 VANATER, WAYNE RICHARD Football Manager 10, 11, 12 Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12 Varsity L. 10, 11, 12 Hi-Y 10, 11 FTA 12 Junior Play 11 Sports Page 11, 12 WALZER, BERNICE CLAIRE FNA 11, 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Librarian 10, 12 WATSON, BARBARA ANNE Science Club 11, 12 FTA 12 FNA 11 Teenettes 12 National Honor Society 11, 12 Office Girl 12 WATT, ELIZABETH LEE Teenettes 10, 11, 12 Librarian 10 Office Girl 12 WITHERS, MARILYN ELAINE FTA 12 Teenettes 10, 11, 12 U-Hi News 12 Office Girl 12 DEWBERRY, DIANE LYNN Transferred from West Bloomfield High School Yearbook Staff 12 Photography Club 11 Office Staff 12 Teenettes 12 CLASS PROPI-IECY BUTCH CAIAZZA is official playboy in Hollywood and as a side line plays the horses. ALBERT BUTCH has come back to his Alma Mater and has taken up where Mr. Jameson has left off. BILL BEADLING has invented a sure remedy for flat tires KNO TIRESJ. HAVEN GRITTIE enjoyed working at Rocky's Cash Market so much that he is now head manager. DUANE BOLAND has become head sampler of Double Bubble Cum Manufacturing Company. GARY GADZIA has replaced the I.B.M. Machine in the Nation's Capitol. ALENE GOODGE is now one of the June Taylor Dancers on the Jackie Gleason Show. MARY ANN KOLODZIEJ and PENNY WALZER have furthered their nurse's career by being nurses on the television show "Medio" DANIEL LYONS finally owns his own Cigarette Manu- facturing Company. CARRY HINK has a hard time deciding whether she's going to devote her time to men or horses. fIn ot.her words Man or Beast.D JOE DAVIS has done so well in laying out the yearbook that he is now head cartoonist for the New York Times. MARGARET JONES has finally become head cook at Jameson Memorial Hospital. LEONARD BENKOWSKI has bought a large supply of yearbooks for his future grandchildren so they may witness some of his High School experiences. SALLY LUNDY is leading a very economical life due to her experience in P.O.D. class. DON FERRELL is handling his money in life, just like he did in school. If you don't believe me just ask him for a dime. JUNE FLOYD is now a private nurse to a local doctor. HARRY DE MARCO made such a hit in his high school debut that he has taken up acting professionally on Broadway. If you read this after 1964, beware, MARY FLYNN should have passed her driver's test by now. DAVID KIRKER has put his good speaking voice to use and is now head advisor of the National FFA. SANDY CITANSKI and CAROL CHUTZ have opened up a Beauty Salon and have succeeded in having the largest one in Edinburg. DON MATRICARDI and MARTIN SCHIRALDI are used to getting away with so much in school, they have decided to become professional criminals. MARGIE JACOBSON'S English style driving has finally gotten her a job as a driving instructor in England. CLIFFORD CLARK and CLIFFORD CLEMENTS have become such keen rivals they decided to become criminal lawyers. JUDY LIST is a private secretary to a New Castle business manager. CLAUDE CAISER liked his French course so well, that he has decided to conduct tours through France during the summer months. CAROL DEVITE is leading sweater girl for the Nation's top magazine. LARRY KRINER is now the President of his own Hot Rod Club and has taken up acting as a side line. JOSEPHINE GRITTIE has received her degree as a psychiatrist and analyses the animals before BARBARA WATSON treats them with her veterinarian skill. FRED LUTZ enjoyed his part so much in the play that he has now taken over Mr. J awoski's place as head janitor. EVA McCLENAHAN and MARILYN WITHERS were the only seniors graduating without attending classes. MIKE PEPLOWSKI, ANTHONY RICHARDS, and RICHARD JANOVICK make an awkward combination as a three man Basketball team. KAY McPHEETERS has continued to be so flighty like she was in high school that she has put in her application for the first flight to the moon. DAVID PHILLIPS has done so well in the service that he has decided to make a career of it. ELIZABETH WATT has become head dish designer at Shenango Pottery. Because of his flirting ways DAN SEAMANS is now running competition with the Bob Cummings Show. 77 PEGGY KRUEGER was always teased about her red hair so much she took up the profession of hair-dressing and dyes everyone's hair red. JOHN DEROBERTIS' smile has made him leading adver- tiser for Colgate Toothpaste. FRANCEEN CONTI has mastered the art of ice-skating so well that she is now teaching people how to skate on her own pond. JOE McADAMS is now an airplane mechanic for Ameri- can Airlines. BARBARA CALLAHAN is stewardess on the Prmident's Private Plane. ERNIE HOFMEISTER, after completing college, is now employed as an engineer at the Westinghouse Electric Company. BOB BUDAI is now an undertaker with the motto, "We Never Receive Complaints." FRANCES MONSTWIL has just successfully completed a contest in defense of her title "Miss Swimsuit" of Pennsyl- vania. LEONARD DOUGHERTY after a brilliant college basket- ball career, has decided to settle down and devote his full time to his coaching profession. LEOLA MATTHEWS has become secretary to a private firm in Edinburg after learning how to type at Union. RON SHAW after playing in high school on a champion- ship Football team has decided to see if he can find a winning combination of his own, possibly a football team. NANCY MYERS after graduating from high school with honors has completed college and is now teaching math at Union with BETSY SARVER who has returned to teach Geometry. BOB BURCHETT is still following his theory, "With a little bit of luck he'll never work" and "Don't put off till tomorrow what someone else can do today." DIANE DEWBERRY has returned to Michigan and is secretary to the Govemor. RAYMOND REYNOLDS is now the chief cook at the Golden Gate Restaurant in New York. NANCY BEES met so many boys while she worked at Tastee Freez that she decided to make it a career. 78 GARY SMITH has derived so much experience from delivering papers he will represent the United States in the 1960 Olympics as a distance runner. Don't be alarmed if you see a car going down the street without a driver, itis probably PEGGY SLAVIN and JO ANN FELGER, our two little girls. They drive with the use of a periscope mounted on the top of a steering wheel. JIM HILYARD enjoyed his publication work for the New Castle News so well, he is now chief reporter. ANNE SALMEN, after a brilliant high school career in singing, has taken further steps and has become a pro- fessional singer. RICHARD BODKIN is a preacher at the Harbor Church. He gained his speaking ability from the recitations he used to give in high school. EVANGELINE HOMNER has remained a quiet and 'nice girl, just as she was in high school. There is a stranger in our class who goes by the name of WAYNE VANATER and nobody has ever seen his face. He continually hides it behind a bush which he calls a beard. KAREN PIERCE became so interested in Chevrolets that she is now an authorized Chevrolet dealer. LEROY McCLURE and JIM JONES never worked up sweat at football practice because they were in such good shape from chasing girls around. FRANK MITOLO is now playing solo clarinet with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. JACK HUFF has won a Fort Pitt Prize for standing so much on Christmas Eve. If women were snow TERRY BUSIN will continue to have a blizzard on his hands all his life. LEE GUILLARD has advanced in her nurse's career. Recently she established a hospital for deaf and dumb cats. RALPH FARONE is now running a drag strip in his own front yard. PAT TOPOLSKI has come back to the high school to see that the library will continue to be run as it was before she graduated. JOHN TREADWELL has shown such talented form in his high school career as a track man that he has joined our United States Olympic Team. MARGARET ROSS, BARBARA RATCLIFF, MADELINE MURRAY are happy and contented with married life. SAM HEABERLIN has enjoyed his job as milk man for Union High School, he is now employed with the- Sealtest Ice Cream Company. WANETTA DIERFIELD and BILLIE MIRON are work- ing for the same employer and they are giving him a run for his money. DALLAS DANIELS is a sheet metal instructor at a trade school in a large metropolitan city. STEVE STASKO is using his build as Santa Claus in Maceyjs Department Store. ED SICKELS is as contrary now as he was in his high school days about playing "Casanova" with the girls and his dreams.of fortune. .1 w I l Q P I ,, we 79 4552117 X z 1 I ' rf , X ' X' 'tfqsx i """"'-n-Q..,,,, 'WORN ---au.. I .3 E Contributions to the 1959 Utopian From Former Senior Classes 315.00 Compliments of Lyde's Funeral 'Home Joe Lyde and Bill Tanner 1102 Highland Avenue New Castle, Pennsylvania Senior Class 1955-56 3 19.27 Senior Class 1957-58 35259.19 Senior Class 1958-59 3110.00 PROFESSIONAL PATRONS Davis, Emerson J., Dr. Ginsburg, Nathan N., MD. Hoffmaster, Alfred L., M.D. Jones, George J., Dr. Kierler, Walter A., Atty. at Law Popp, J. Lumen, M.D. PATRONS LIST Smith's Cleaners and Dyers Famous for uahty Cleaning OL 8-7711 New Castle Pennsylvanla Spencer Paint and Glass Company Two Stores 1101 MOTHVIH Street 15 South Mercer Sporting Goods Store 105 North Mercer Street Headquarters for all your Sporting Goods First Federal Savings 81 Loan Association Valley Motor F1-elght Lmes First Federal Plaza Route 224 New Castle, Pennsylvania OL 2-6641 Compliments of Seltzer and Young Inc. General Contractor New Castle, Pennsylvania 356.00 39.00 Castleton China Castleton and Peter Terrece A 81 M Super Market A 8: M F urnlture gg 77 Al's Market Castleton of Course 1304- West State Street C5113 15: zlgiitomotive Service 81 State Inspection Butz Flowers Amogo Gas and Oil Florists of New Castle for over 100 years - - Cialella and Carne Florists D8VltC,S Gulf Service Y Repairs, Acc., Trailer Court . 1224 South M111 Street ROIHC 422 RD- 7952, Lowellville, 0510 Cunningham and Welngartner Florists Floyd's Christian Book 81 Supply Company 26 North M111 Street 1609 Atkinson Street Union TWP- Dellaverson Sunoco Service New Castle- Pennsylvania 01-' 4-7120 Across the Street from Mesta Machine Co PATRON S LIST CONTINUED Cargasz and Zarella Refrigeration 8: Heating OL 4--2911 and OL 2-1331 24-hour service Helen's Bridal Shop - 38 North Mill Street Humphrey's Dry Cleaning 127 North Mercer Street Lawrence Savings and Trust Company New Castle, Ellwood City, Volant, Pa. Love and Megown Drugs 12 North Mill Street Best Wishes to the Graduating Class Mooney's-Home of Quality Building Materials New Model Baking Company For the best in baked goods Office Machine and Equipment Company 7 East Washington Street Pennsylvania Power Company 19 East Washington Street Reliable Lumber and Supply Company 4-22 Sampson Street Sotus' Quality Candies Compliments of Thrifty Market Wajert, J. C. Pharmacy 16 West Long Avenue Wassum's Studio 215 1X2 East Washington Street Webster, F. D. Royal Typewriters 33 East Street OL 2-6102 White Front Lunch 105 West Washington Street 355.00 Central Barber Shop New Castle Notion Company Switzer Sinclair Service Usselton, Helen 353.00 Anderson Brothers Tool Company Andrew, Frank P. and Son Inc. Anne's Food Castle Barron, R. J. Insurance Agency Citizen's National Bank of New Castle Coney Island Lunch 1 Davis Shoe Company Dewberry, F rank'A. and Son Inc. Direnzo, Jim, Sunoco Service Engels, T. A. Company F ee's Grill Galazia, V. R. Grannis, William Gus' Sports Store Hable's Auto Supplies Hammond Music Company Hite's Dairy-R. E. Kaufman, Prop. Hudson Lunch Hyde Drug Isaly's .loey's Radio Service Junedale Quality Meats Kirk Hutton and Company, 22,000 articles in Hardware Linger Lite Dairy Medical Center Pharmacy Milleris Drug Mooney's, Don Sporting Goods Murphy, Gs C. Company New Castle Store, Compliments of Nielson, ,I.- B. ' Oakland Dairy and Sports Parkstown Amusement Parkstown Bowling Pat's Dairy Bar Paul's Barber Shop Penn Auto Ramsey's Hardware Reynolds and Summers Riley's Golf and Tastee F reezee , Rocky's Cash Market Siminara, Joe Snee, W. E. Thomas, Glynn Pharmacy Tucker's Florists Turco Pharmacy Westside Market Winters Men's and Boy's Wear Q .HK :gr 14- ar L iE. A's 'Y .f U -. . 3 0 iw . -, - N ff - . .' .-v 1 1 u 4 . .4 1, 4' 1' ,F K 6 Q r 0 K g . 5 q 5 I ' I Wi ' N 1' - . , f ' 4. Q ' 54'?l' . ' ' . ' A. 1' . .5 . , ' f U . 'Q in . 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