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"Knowledge Is The Key To Success"-Class Motto
As the key opened the door to our freshman
year, we found our high school administration
had been changed. Dr. Stabler took over the
duties of Superintendent of Schools, and Mr.
Glass became the principal of the high school
for Dr. Shaffer, who was on a leave of absence.
In this year we found new teachers and learned
how to change classes without being late?
Shakespeare's words, "Friends, Romans, Country-
men, lend me your ears," was the cause of burn-
ing midnight oil. Swimming was revived as a
scholastic sport after twelve years. But because
we were all so bright, we managed to get
through our freshman year.
As we passed through the second door of
our high school education, Mr. Carricato be-
came the new biology instructor, and seventh
and eighth graders were now in the high school.
The numbering system of the rooms was changed,
which added to the confusion. A new name was
given to the high school, Vandergrift Ir.-Sr. High
School. Now that we were progressing in high
school we were able to join clubs. During our
sophomore year, golf became a new sport at
V. H. S.
When we entered through the third door,
we were happy to know that we were now-
Upperclassmen! Although the basketball team
only won one game, the baseball team was
stopped only by Andy Volek. The leaders of
our "mob" were: Frank Mondi as president to
serve, Ted Tarosky as vice president to help,
Judie Carnahan as secretary to keep notes,
Linda DeVinney as treasurer our money to save,
Edmond Bickel as historian our history to write,
Oiu' class iiower was the iris, and the class colors
were lavender and white.
At last we made it through the final door
that leads to our chosen careers. Throughout
our senior year we lived many happy moments.
There was the Senior Prom, Commencement,
and many sports activities. The class elected a
new president, Frank Ignaczak, as a symbol to
follow. The others who were chosen were Bob
Smith for vice president, Judie Carnahan chosen
again as secretary, and Clarence Russell for
treasurer. As we look back we can recall these
things best. But to Find what is in store for this
class of 150 students, we must call upon Cod to
find the answer.
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Frank Robert Ignaczak
"Rugged, reasonable, and
Football 10, 11, 125 Basket-
ball 10, 11, 125 Baseball 10,
11, 125 Key Club 11, 125
National Honor Society 11,
124 Student Council 11,
Pres. 12, Home Room Presi-
ilgnt 115 Hall Monitor 11,
Robert Allen Smith
"Smiling, sincere, and sen-
Hi-Y 10, Vice Pres. 11,
Pres. 125 Home Room Sec-
retary 10, Swimming 10,
11, Co-Captain 12.
Clarence Wesley Russell
"Firm, friendly, and faith-
Student Council 12, Home
Boom President 12g Foot-
ball 12g Basketball 10, 115
A Cappella Choir 11, 12,
Poster Club 12.
Judith Marie Camahan
"Cheerful, charming, and
Hi-Newsette 10, 11, 123
Choir I 10, A Cappella
Choir 11, 125 Majorette 10,
11, 125 Spectator Staff 10,
11, 12g C.A.A. 10, 11, Pres.
Edmond James Bickel
"Helpful, humorous, and
Student Council 115 Home
Room Oflicer Sec. 10, Pres.
11, Swimming 10, 11, Co-
captain 12, Baseball 11, 12,
Band 10, 11, Vice Pres. 125
Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Chess
Club 103 Key Club 11, 12g
Hall Monitor 12, National
Honor Society 11, 12.
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