Verona High School - Purple and Gold Yearbook (Verona, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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K 151 -4 '-Q f my - -, n 1' 1 K . 2 ' 1' , ,ma -' .. .. ' 'Q If ' ,nib ,. Qs, 341 -. 'f iff 4 f""1 3. A 5, V 1 ' f . . .4 Af 1 1 HP K V i V. 1 1958 PURPLE and GULD VERONA HIGH SCHOOL VERONA, PA. 1 STAFF CLUB OFFICERS Mr. Samuel Earhart - YEARBOOK ADVISOR I. Zolet - LAYOUT EDITOR N. Stewart - WRITE-UP EDITOR B. Doles - EDITOR 2 SOLICITORS B. Doles, B. Eiler, S. Austin, P. Manos, G. Viores. SOLICITORS The Solicitors did a great deal in helping to finance our Purple and Gold of 1958. With- out their selling of yearbook ads to local merchants, our! yearbook would not have been possible We appreciate their efforts. 3 Title TABLE of CONTENTS . . . 1 School Calendar . . . . 5 Administration . . . . 6-7 Faculty. . . . . 8-12 Dedication . . . . 13 Senior Class . . . . 14-29 Junior Class . . . . . 30-33 Sophomore Class . . . . 34-38 Freshman Class . . 39-42 8th Grade Class . . . . 43 7th Grade Class . . . . 44 Activities . . . 45-71 Football . . . . 72-78 Basketball . . . . . . . 79-81 Senior Class Will . . . . Senior Prophecy . . Advertising . . 4 SCHUOL CALENDAR September 3 ---- Opening day of school September 14 ---- Football game with Oakmont fhomej September 20 ---- Football game with Edgewood fawayj October 10 ---- 11 ---- Teachers Institute October 15 ---- Assembly on Reptiles of North America October 16 ---- End of first six weeks report. November 14 ---- Open House during American Education Week November 27 ---- End of second six weeks report periodg "Gob1e Gather" November 28--29 ---- Thanksgiving vacation November 29 ---- B asketball game with Pitcairn Qawayj December 10 ---- Basketball game with W. P. S. D. December 12 ---- Senior Class Play December 23 ---- January 2 ---- Christmas vacation January 3 ---- Professional Dayg basketball game with Aspinwall January 27 ---- End of third six weeks report periodg February 18 ---- Basketball game with Richland Township fhomej February 21 ---- Basketball game with Oakmont fawayj March 6 ---- Mr. America Assembly March 10 ---- End of fourth six weeks period March 21 ---- Junior Class Play April 3--7 ---- Easter vacation April 25 ---- Spring Concert April 24 ---- End of fifth six weeks report period May 23 ---- Senior Class Dayg Junior--Senior Prom May 25 ---- Baccalaureate Services May 28 ---- Commencement May 30 ---- Memorial Day June 6 ---- Last Day of school 5 SCHUOL BOARD John S. Clark, John H. Young Ir., Robert J. Morford, David Maroni, Frederick G. Schwartz Richard T. Eiler. The Board of Education is composed of a group of the outstanding citizens of our community, who are interested in the problems of our school. They devote their time and effort to provide an education which will benefit the future of the students. ln addition to deciding school issues, they also take a great interest in the student .body and the many school activities. 6 ADMINIS TRA TION MR. HOWARD C. DOUD Supervising Principal You are graduating at a time when the whole world is looking closely at the American Public School System to see whether it is doing its job satisfactorily. You are the product of twelve long years of schooling. As such, you must be aware that the truly educated person never stops learning. As you continue to mature, it is our fond hope that each one of you will go on into the challenges of the life ahead revealing each day by your attitudes, your successes and failures that you have profited from your stay with us at the Verona Public Schools. Our best wishes follow you as you tum to your various endeavors. PAT REILLY: Secretary to Mr. Douds Likes: Dancing and Sports. g 7 x MR. KERMIT ANDERSON High School Principal A most able instructor, leader and advisor is our high school principal, Mr. Anderson. As the director of our school activities, he plans and presides over our assemblies, welcomes visitors, and advises students. We thank you for what you have done to strengthen and enrich our high school days. MRS. RITA KELLY Aiding the doctor with school examinations and teaching Home Nursing to the Junior and Senior girls are but a few of the duties of Mrs. Kelly, our school nurse. Well liked by both students and faculty, she is always ready and willing to help anyone in any way she can. We thank you Mrs. Kelly for everything you have done. FACULTY MRS. CLAIRE ECHARD: Iunior High Mathematics Dislikes: watching children chew gum during class MRS. LOUISE VETTER: English, History and Spelling Likes: a good play Dislikes: bad grammar Hobby: reading plays MRS. DOROTHY RI-IEA: Art MRS. MARGARET NOAKES: Home Economics Likes: swimming Dislikes: sloppy girls Hobby: sewing 9 MR. VICTOR DONATO: English Likes: all sports Dislikes: cheaters and liars Hobby: chess MR. WILLIAM MONACO: Physical Education and Health Likes: interesting people Dislikes: people without respect Hobby: domestic chores MR. JOSEPH ZELEK: P. O. D. , History and Geography Likes: winning football games Dislikes: losing football games MR. LEE SWEENEY: Civics, History and English Likes: to sleep Dislikes: to be interrupted Hobby: foreign music 'IO MR. JAMES MC PAUL: English and Latin Likes: music and art Dislikes: impudent girls and boys Hobby: reading MR. EUGENE HUDOCK: Industrial Arts Likes: all sports Dislikes: getting up in the morning Hobby: bowling MISS ALICE LOWRY: Physical Education and Health Likes: tomato sandwiches Dislikes: chewing gum Hobby: swimming MRS. HARRIET HIGINBOTHAM Commercial Subjects Likes: ambitious people Dislikes: lazy people Hobby: Bridge ll MR. I AMES TAYLOR: Librarian Likes: silence Dislikes: loudness without a purpose Hobby: acting MR. SAMUEL EARHART: Science, Biology and Chemistry Likes: sports Dislikes: lazy students Hobby: building stock cars MR. ROBERT REARICK: Music Likes: a good co-operative group Dislikes: sassy girls Hobby: playing in a dance orchestra MR. HERBERT LEIFER: Mathematics, Plane Geometry and Trigonometry Likes: good food Dislikes: people who say, "He did it. " Hobby: Photography 12 DEDICA TION We, the Staff Club of Verona High School are proud and happy to dedicate our yearbook, the Purple and Gold of 1958, to the mothers and fathers of our student body. This is but a small way to show our gratitude and appreciation for the outstanding leadership and firm guidance they have given to us through the passing years. To each Mom and Dad we say "Thanks, " I3 F K YN XXX XX X XX X 'tar' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS S. Degitz, PRESIDENT S. Austin, TREASURER B. Doles, VICE-PRESIDENT N. Stewart, SECRETARY I5 SUZANNE AUSTIN "Sue" Suehas been a very hard work- er in helping our class overcome its many problems. Sue was popular with everyone. COURSE: Vocational AMBITION: To live to be a septuagenarian delinquent with a certain fellow. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 I. V. Cheerleader 1 Band 2, 4 Leaders Club 1 Science Club 2 Shop Club 4 County Chorus 4 Year Book Solicitor 4 Class Officer 3, 4 JOHN F. ARCURI "Johr1ny' John was the quiet type, but he didn't have to say much, his actions were enough. John was pol- ite and popular with everyone. His athletic ability will take him far. COURSE: General AMBITION: To be an English teacher. ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 Leather Craft Club 3 Athletic Club 4 Elective Art 4 JUNE BORKOWSKI "Junebug" June, although she came in her Junior year, has been active in our class work and always willing to give a helping hand. She is pleas- ant to everyone and always wears a smile. Success will surely be hers. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To make good Pizza or to join the Navy. ACTIVITIES: Office Worker 4 Shop Club 4 SIGMUND JAY DEGITZ "Sig" The Casanova of our class was Sig and playing them all was his favorite game. Sigmund played a good part in both our plays. He was very active in all of the sports at Verona High School. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To get over my shyness towards girls. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Class President 4 Elective Art 4 Junior and Senior Plays BERYLE EILER "BeIy1ie" Beryle, who showed her abil- ity as a cheerleader in two of her four years, can be easily identified by her famous ponytail. She is well liked by all especially by a boy from O. H. S. COURSE: Vocational AMBITION: To find the quickest way to But- ler. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 3 Band 1 Leaders Club 1 Science Club 2 Shop Club 4 Year Book Solicitor 4 Junior Play BERNICE DOLES " Bernie" Bernice, one of the taller girls in our class, can always be recog- nized by her friendly "hellos. " With her winning smile and her de- sire to help others has made her many friends. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To make my first million. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Year Book Solicitor 4 Vice-President 4 Year Book Editor 4 Senior Play 4 Office Worker 4 SAMUEL FRANCIS FARREN nBuddyn Although Buddy carries most of the weight in our class, he is well liked by all. He was the joker of the class and had quite a sense of humor. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To be a machinist ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2 Photography Club 4 Golf Club 3 Shop Club 3 Basketball Club 1 Class President 1 Class Vice-President 3 Student Council 2, 3, 4 President of Student Council 4. Football 1 JOAN GRUBER "I0anie" Joanie is a cute little black- haired Senior. She came here at the beginning of her Junior year from Westinghouse. Joan was very well liked and had many friends. Though she is small in size, she is big in heart. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To become a private secretary so that I can sit on my boss's lap. ACTIVITIES: Office worker 3, 4 Shop Club 4 MARTHA RUTH KING "Marty" Marty was a very active mem - ber of our class. Marty loved mus- ic and showed it in her outstanding work inband and choir. Her ability to make friends will help her to succeed. COURSE: Academic AMBITION- To be a nurse. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff Club 1, 2, 3,4 Allegheny Valley Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Allegheny County Choir 4 Pittsburgh Symphony Jr. 3 Orchestra 2 Office Worker 4 Student Band Director 4 National Honor Society Senior Play GEORGE HELWIG George was the small man of the class, but it didn't stop him from being the noisest. With his knack of making friends he will go far. COURSE: General AMBITION: To drive a stock car. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Club 1 Science Club 2 Leathercraft Club 3 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play JAMES NICHOLAS KRATSA "Nick" Nick, our athletic type, was one of the characters of our class, who always had you laughing. He had a great personality that made him liked by all. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To stay single. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2 Band 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Football Club 2, 3, 4 Shop Club 2, 3 Chess Club 4 Allegheny Valley Band 1, 2 Junior Class President Sophomore Class Vice-President NANCY ANN LIBENGOOD "Lib" Nancy was a quiet girl, but you always knew she was around with her fine personality and smile. She was always laughing and she was liked by all. COURSE: Vocational AMBITION: To be an airline hostess. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 staff Club 1 Leaders Club 2 Dramatics Club 3 Shop Club 4 BARBARA ANN VERONCIA MILLER " Barb" This miss was one of the mer- riest members of our class. We will always remember her, for she was always on hand with a smile and a joke for everyone. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To marry a certain boy. ACTIVITIES: Office worker 4 Majoretre 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club l, 2,3,4 Shop Club 4 SUAN BRIGITTE MC GIVERN "Gi11a" Suan, was a real sweet girl with a smile and personality to match, that you couldn't help but like. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To be happily married. ACITIVITIES: Dramatics Club 3 Office Worker 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 Shop Club 4 CAROLYN JOY MORITZ " Morthead" Joy, the girl with a cute giggle, was a pleasure to know. With her outstanding personality and pleas- ing smile she will surely succeed in anything she does. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To live, love and be merry. ACTIVITIES: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 3 Girls' Shop Club 4 Staff Club 1, 2 Head Majorette 4 MATTHEW PETIKA "Mat" One of the quiet boys in our class is Mat. He will always be re- membered for his outstanding foot- ball and basketball playing. COURSE: General AMBITION: To be assistant coach to Mr. Zelek. ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Basketball Club 1 Shop Club 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 FRANK REMMICK "Killer" Our class has many Casanovas and Frank is at the top of the list, because of his pleasing smile and smooth personality. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To beaState Cop and drag Hel- wig's fe ro c io u s power slush Chevy. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 4 Basketball Club 1 Junior and Senior Class Play Science Club 2 CAROL LYNN REARICK "Shortv" Carol, one of the smaller girls in the class, is a friend to all. With her pleasant smile and per- sonality she is sure to be a success in anything she encounters. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To always be happy. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Leaders Club 1 Science Club 2 Staff Club 4 J. V. Cheerleader 1 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Head Cheerleader 4 Class President 2 Office Worker 3, 4 Junior and Senior Play JANICE RHEA "Ian" Wherever there was fun to be had, you could find her. Her pleas- ing smile and friendly disposition were the main reasons why she was well liked by everyone. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To own a powder blue conver- rible. ACTIVITIES: Leaders Club Dramatics Club 3 Shop Club 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Head Majorette 4 County Chorus 4 Allegheny Valley Band 1,2,3,4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 DONALD EUGENE SHOOK "Don" Don was supposed to be one of the quiet boys of our class, but better. He was one of the most popular boys at school, and we all know his outstanding personality will help him succeed. COURSE: General AMBITION: To "Have Gun, Will Travel." ACTIVITIES: Golf Club 3 Junior Play J. V. Basketball 3 Basketball 4 MARILYN SIMPSON "Marlon" We will always rem ember Marilyn by her cute smile and spark- ling personality. These two factors made her pleasant to know and to talk to. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To be a nurse. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 staff Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 2 Student Director of Junior Play BARBARA MAE SILL "Barb" Barb, who was one of our quiet girls, had a wonderful smile and a sparkling personality, which made her pleasant to know and to talk with. She was well liked by all. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To be a secretary or bookkeeper. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Allegheny County Choir 4 Office Worker 3, 4 National Honor Society BONNIE S MITH " SmutS" Although she was one ofthe smallest girls in the class, Smuts was always willing to help every- one. Her pleasing personality and smile will help Bonnie in all she does. COURSE: Vocational AMBITION: To make Mr. Zelek understand that Nancy Libengood and I are not cousins. ACTIVITIES: Choir 2, 3, 4 Typing Club 1 Leaders Club 2 Dramatics Club 3 Shop Club 4 NANCY STEWART "Nance" Although Nancy was quiet, you could always tell that she was around. Her pleasing smile and per- sonality made her pleasant to know and talk to. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To go to college. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Staff Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Editor of Yearbook 4 Secretary Treasurer of Staff Club 4 Secretary of Class 3, 4 Allegheny Valley Band 1, 2,3,4 Western D i s t r i c t Junior High Band l Junior Class Play Office Worker 4 National Honor Society GEORGIA VIORES " Vasey" Georgia, the most unpredict- able person of our class from one day to the next, but with her spark- ling personality you can be sure she will succeed in all she does. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To own and manage a swimming pool. ACTIVITIES: Leaders Club 1 Science Club 2 Dramatics Club 3 Staff Club 4 Vice-President of Student Coun- cil 4 Junior Play Senior Play Cheerleader 3, 4 Class Treasurer 2 National Honor Society Yearbook Soliciter 4 JOHN R. TIHEY --Jack- A very popular boy in our school was Jack. There was never a dull moment with Jack there, mainlybecauseofhis smart answers. COURSE: General AMBITION: To make lots of money. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2 Football Club 2 Senior Play Shop Club 3 Staff Club 4 Basketball Club 1 Elective Art 4 SOPHIA ELAINE ZDRICH "Pizza" Sophia was well known around school for her basketball ability. She was liked by all and excelled in all types of sports. COURSE: Academic AMBITION: To become assistant manager of Oakmont's G. C. Murphy. ACTIVITIES: Choir 2, 3, 4 Typing Club 1 Science Club 2 Dramatics Club 3 Staff Club 4 Secretary of Student Council 4 Student Director of Junior Play Office Worker 4 National Honor Society Senior Play 4 NO PICTURE PATRICIA ANN GRAHAM "Cracker" Pat was wherever there was laughter and joking. She was pop- ular among rhe students. She near- ly tickled your funny bone with her clever answers in class. We shall always remember her. COURSE: Commercial AMBITION: To get married to Buzzy. ACTIVITIES: Choir 1, 2, 3 Leaders Club 2 Dramatics 3 Junior Class Play Staff Club 1 Shop Club 4 N'i JC? i Y LX is so g J S 'wi' N JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS P- MSDOS. President, J. Zolet, Secretary, J. Chilton, Vice-Presidentg J. Zolet, Treasurer As we entered into our Junior year, we entered into our most exciting year at V. H. S. This year brought us a lot of hard work, raising money for our Junior-Senior Prom and presenting our Junior Class Play. We also became the proud owners of class rings. Under the guidance of our sponsors, Mr. Zelek and Mr. Sweeney, our Junior year was very successful. 31 T. Antal T. Bauman G. Bhgna I. Cassano I . Chilton A. Delach , T. Dessey N. England B. Fescemeyer B, Fleming S. Gabud N. Gouszhenour I. Hall I. Heggenstaller D. Chrisrman H. Gonsowski C. Hollinger E. Holt H. Keener A. Koch P. Manos I . McDade B. Mokosek R. Murphy F. Porovne H. Miller M. Ruskewicz D. Shaw C. Shrader s, Sprout A. Tan' D. Tan: G. Tamburro J. Zolet J. Zoiet A - ggse-.wfw "' w i . x 1 " 'te 3 if fs: K s., M' ,. 1 a ,- 1. N w wx: . , g , . ,Q -. . ' - ' , . - ,, ing ,, 4. - ,.v . i : ' ,1 wg. f l J -, I ., V kr . it . H F - - , V -Q, 'Q , g ' v f " -. . K151' .HFS .sl If f 5 n P351 - A ' 1 'Q W if 5 ' Wiki 'E - 50' - 9 L' ' -' 'Fi H, , V' - ,. A-ff H as 1 .0 if in sf 6 ' "ima E i ' 2 N '- . J 34. J W , if 3 W' Wag. W li: ' " V 5? " 'z ' " " xii' fl"-5-i ,, , i . . V H' - 51, If x,Q , N 51 Irs.. -1 .w sfff Wfvi f: 34 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President, John Lesarg Vice-President, William McKeeg Secretary-Treasurer, Jane Yeager. SOPHO MORE CLASS Because of the unity, the fine leadership of the officers and the guidance of Miss Lowry and Mr. Monaco, our Sophomore year has been successful. Our class took an active part in many of the school activities. We are looking for- ward to next year and the most pleasant event of our high school days--our Junior-Senior Prom. We have been working hard for it and hope it will be the best the school has ever had. 35 'He if an +9 Q jg :U . ,, Q., I F FQ 1 M R. Raabe P. Nugent F. Pauza D. Pastoria T. Steffey I. Meloy C. Moritis S. Moritz I. Nichols Lx Q Regan N Roney M Stewatt J. Scanlan Santucc1 N T1hey . Verzinski Zanella Zanella Zanella Zorich E. Welmer Smuh J Weisenbach J. Woodring N. Yanshak I. Yeager L W n if YHA A f ,EBSQ 1 1 uw . z fi ' E 5 Izwyi 1-JP' , ii 'WL-,I ,Q "" L X fi 1 L Q . rv' if-if Walk f M .. :ff L .QRS JV? -. Avi? 'Wi X Q 1 A, , . new 1" 3' L ixiwm' It R 1 NW SX I fm x 3 in ' '11 'I .uf 1 A mw fxf 'f x,-M N -a gimme 3 -xdfih W. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICER K. Anderson, C. Woodhall, P. Willard. After eight long years, we have finally become, what the upperclassmen call, "green Freshmen. " We have participated in many of the school activities. We owe a lot of thanks to our class officers and to our sponsors, Mr. Donato and Mr. McPau1, who have guided us through this happy and successful year. We are looking forward to our next three years at V. H.S. hoping they will be as pleasant as this one has been. 39 C. Abaray K. Anderson M. Avcin G. Avery B. Berg D. Bracco . Charlesworth . Christman D. Conklin I. Cribbs D. Crothers G. Eiffler E. Estocko W. Farrace K. Gaines I . Geiser I. Gemellas A. Hollinger G. Kalogeras G. Knapp D. Kresevich A. Leppold S. Lewis B. Libengood I. Maroni A. Mauro L. Mauro L. Miller I. Morrill J. Pollock T. Richey M. Santucci W Shoal M Shubert L. Sistek I. Skerl P. M A. C. P. T. C. M. Sproat Thanet Traficante Wilson Willard White Woodhall Yots S. Zourelias w""",f -'vw K iii 6 A A fa ,.f I H-qv-4495 g f' nfl My .g:.. , T F i N we fa luvuj an-... V ., G - vi. 1 N ,- R E -if' l . fig? ' ,-1M i ' :Q -.:, pg 19 ' A X4 8TH GRA DE FIRST ROW: M. McCartney, D. Georgiades, A. Yanshak, P.Burich, M. Tarr, D. Miller, C. Tsam- bis. SECOND ROW: L. Shook, D. Acldler, K. Hawkins, Y. Urban, F.Deutchendorf, .T.McLaugh1in. THIRD ROW: W. Christman, W. Charlesworth, C. Steffy, R. Keener, N. Zourelias, J. Vescio. FOURTH ROW: H. Davis, T. Fleming, P. Pollock, H. Graham, W. King, F. Snyder. FIFTH ROW: G. Stuebgen, T. Chilton, I. Osselburn, G. Monos, I. Strickengloss. 43 7TH GRADE FIRST ROW: C. Santucci, A. Tate, I. Pacuilli, W. Watkins, J. Arce, H. Altman, B. Deutchendorf B. Rupp, S. Beam, K. Clark. SECOND ROW: P. Zanella. J. Maroni, V. Rhea, E. Sekel, M. Beckett, G. Roth, N. Cross. THIRD ROW: C. Flajnik, V. Mazzaccoli, T. Rimer, J. Bauman, H. Pavone, B. Clegg. FOURTH ROW: R. Pyle, J. Echer, W. Oliver, C. Reilly, D. Dentino, C. Miller. FIFTH ROW: S. Gonsowski, C. Barr, C. Gould, R. Gugliuzza, B. Eiler, I. Rupp. SIXTH ROW: B. Raabe, J. Zanella, F. Bracco, J. Bouch. 44 I if I QE: ' .Q-Six' X WW? W lx ' N G 2. iF. W 'E 'X X T X f or 12 I L ski l U gf s. f I ACTIVITIES in I - E 'il- ,., ., Mgmt Lx I STAFF CLUB FIRST ROW: B. Sill, M. King, N. Stewart, B. Doles, J. Zolet, M. Ruskewicz, C. Rearick, J. Zolet. SECOND ROW: R. Raabe, A. Tarr, P. Manos, M. Chirillo, P. Flajnik, J. Yeager, M. Simpson S. Zorich, G, Viores, W, Fleming, G. Bugna. J. Tihey, Mr. Earhart. Under the excellent guidance of our new sponsor, Mr. Earhart, we, the members of the Staff Club, published another yearbook of which our students and teachers may truly be proud. We feel that this, our Purple and Gold of 1958, is a yearbook which will be remembered at Verona High School. Every effort was made to obtain the best pictures and the most interesting write-ups. So when looking through your yearbook, remember that hard work went into its production. 46 NA TIONAL HONOR SUCIETY M. King, S. Zorich, G. Viores, N. Stewart, B. Sill. The National Honor Society is composed of members of the Senior Class who have met certain required standards through their four years of high school. These standards include an A or B average, leadership, scholarship, service and character. We hope these students will continue to bring honor to them- selves and to their high school as they take their place in life. 47 STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: B. Sill, M. King, S. Farren, G. Viores, S. Zorich, M. Ruskewicz, B. Doles, J. Rhea SECOND ROW: L. Reagan, J. Meloy, J. Cribbs, D. Shaw, N. England, P. Manos, F. Porovne, J Hall, N. Tihey, C. Moraitis. One of the most active organizations in our school is the Student Council. It is composed of elected representatives from grades nine through twelve. The Student Council sponsors such projects as the yearly Can Drive, the Cancer Fund and the March of Dimes. We will always be proud of the fact that our school had such a fine organization. 48 COLOR GUARD B. Doles, S. Austin. I. Zolet, I. Zolet. COLOR GUARD The Color Guard is composed of the four girls preceding the Band, who carry our national and school colors. This year, as in years gone by, the Color Guard did an excellent job and were an asset to the Verona High School Band. 49 - j 215' 5 b2X'5w' wif 5 I M , QE . it . Y X ,Q L, xim- vmfm A Wg, , NAGM , .V A fy 55, N. ff A f W if 'Ls ' ' V y "'KLLL ' - . m 1 5 . ,, ,X , , 5 V k . wr'- vx? ' ,Aww M , wgifhfia M 1, ,,,,..v ,M . Qyawzxkig: "if ,W WMM-""'AW' 15" ,. I mf N ..ff, . ' QQ.: .x.k, Q ,uk --we my 5 . . '94 ,iw Q Q 3. -3 W5 1 if,- .ffv 1 ,VM 1. 'ff , 5 4 if 5 jew Y ,fi ,. gm Q.. ky gt Q' Q gf gl .kg .Q as . K E A Vivy L ' k . N I . . 1 ' K ii i. i"A 11 ,..' ":" S .. ga -45 A 5 L 1 - 'v . QE . k yxf 1' ,Mw,,,i : ' 1- , 'iii-E ' ' ,I W . .',,' K ,K fx ' X. . ,Q-4 1 , 5 - - . , . ,,t,1,uN , A.. sk , .X Q 352 H K t 5 kd ' ,ff My X ig? Y,::2:gs::5QE., f if ' - ', 4 A9134 'fax K '21 -I . X L r f r""W-1 Q ,V gif :fa f f Q' P ' - wg' M fn , E I L' wt 1LUj iH Wi' , 3 3 K ' x ,.... Av . ,, mmf. ' w A -:iQg4wwW- M A9 , L AVV, W 'A h W I ' N4 2 ' J ' si."-,Z 2 , , ..,, k ,A I K. f f . ., eg X Sa L ..... . , ,UWA Z MAJORETTES S. Sproat I. Moritz I. Rhea These high-stepping young ladies add the color and life to our band. Through practice, effort, and patience, our majorettes did many routines which were indeed pleasant to behold. ' ' d Joy, all their performances were ones Led by the Senior Head Majorettes, Sherry, Janice an which they could truly be proud of. 52 DRAMA TICS CLUB STANDING: H. Keener, L. Babich. SEATED: N. Yanshak, C. Santucci, C. Moraitis, G. Kalogeris. DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club is composed of students who intend to try out for parts in their Class Plays. This club was indeed an asset to our school activities. 54 if sb' 'O fi xlib Donald Shook as Louie, F1eming's henchman George Helwig as Beck, F1eming's henchman Nancy Stewart as Maggie, Lester's secretary Carol Rearick as Toni, Maggie's niece Georgia Viores as Josephine Huxley of Park Avenue Sigmund Degitz as Lester Pelham, a T, V. Script-writer Beryle Eiler as Casa, a Gun-moll Frank Remmick as George Fleming, Boss of the gang Par Graham as Pembina Gordley Smith 8. SOCIETY IDRUIOII "INSIDE LES TER" JUNIOR CLASS PLAY MARCH 22, 1957 'THE crocn smucn 1wsLvE" ssmon cuss PLAY Frank John D. Asrorfeller a billionaire Martha King as Elizabeth, the housekeeper Sophia Zorich as Gail Martin, a singer Georgia Voires as Peggy Parker, Gail's partner Carol Rearick as Mimi Davis, third of the trio Sigmund Degitz as Randy Hendrix, a neighbor Bernice Doles 35 Lucille Thom as, an invalid Jack Tihey as Tim Dick, a bibliophile George Helwig as Slim Summers, a constable OFFICE WORKERS SEATED: B. Miller, I. Gruber, C. Rearick. STANDING: S. McGivern, N. Stewart, J. Moritz, H. Gonsowski, B. Sill, P. Graham, B. Doles, M King, I. Chilton, S. Zorich. Putting forth their best effort to do athorough job, gives the office workers something to strive for. Typing bulletins, filing excuses, answering the tele- phone and running errands are just a few of the duties that keep the office workers busy. This work gives each one achance to acquire experience in office routine. 57 TYPING CLUB Mrs. Harriet Higinbotham FIRST ROW: M. Thaner, A. Hollinger, Y. Urban, M. Tarr, D. Georgiades. SECOND ROW: C. Abaray, D. Miller, J. McLaughlin, K. Hawkins, A. Yanshak. THIRD ROW: W. King, F. Deutchendorf, C. McCartney. Under the leadership of Mrs. Higinbotham, the Typing Club not only learned how to type, but also learned how to take care of the typewriter. A11 the club members looked forward to their weekly class as it was very educational to them. 58 LEADERS CLUB FIRST ROW: Miss Alice Lowry, G. Nichols, D. Zorich,.T. Meloy, S. Lewis, B. Brennen, K. Beckett M. Stewart, B. Zanelia. SECOND ROW: R. Libengood, S. Lubatti, J. Lyons, S. Moritz, D. Kresevich, B. Berg, B. Durick THIRD ROW: M. Santucci, P. Sproat, J. Crissman, D. Bracco, A. Innes, M. Shubert, F. Eiler The Leaders Club is composed of girls who are interested in sports. Miss Lowry, sponsor of the club, taught the meaning of good sportsmanship, as well as the actual playing of games. We are truly proud to have this club among our school activities. 59 GIRLS' SHOP CLUB FIRST ROW: B. Eiler, P. Graham, B. Miller, N. Libergood, J. Borkowski, J. Rhea, J. Moritz. SECOND ROW: Mr. Eugene Hudock, S. Austin, J. Gruber, H. Gonsowski, A. Koch, B. Smith This was the first year that Verona High School has ever had a Shop Club for Girls. Mr. Hudock, the sponsor, has shown the girls how to use both the electrical machinery and the hand tools. Their first project was a scrapbook, of which they are very proud. 60 PHO TOGRA PH Y CLUB FIRST ROW: J. Cribbs, J. Pollock, A. Traficante, I. Maroni, S. Lewis, E. Holt, T. Bauman, Mr Herbert Leifer. SECOND ROW: G. Eiffler, P. Nugent, R. Crothers, W. McKee, T. White, C. Woodhall, J. Clark V. Farrow, R. Douds. THIRD ROW: A. Tarr, J. Hall, F. Damico, T. Steffey, H. Miller, R. Fescemyer, T. Dessy, F Porovne, M. Avcin, S. Farren. The Photography Club is one of the most interesting and most enjoyable clubs in the school. Club members not only learn about different kinds of camer- as and films, but they also take pictures and develop them. We are very proud of Mr. Leifer, the sponsor, who is doing a fine job with the club. 61 CHESS CLUB STANDING: G. Knapp, M. Yots. SEATED: J. Lesar, S. Degitz, N. Kratsa, Mr. Victor Donato, D. Shaw, D. Zanella, C. Hollinger The Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Donato, is one of the new clubs formed this year. Chess is the ideal form of recreation. It requires quiet concentration and teaches a person to analyze changing situations. We owe a lot of thanks to Mr. Donato, who entered this fine club into our school activities. 62 SER VICE CLUB P. Burich, D. Addler, Mrs. Claire Echard, I. Charlesworth, L. Shook. The Service Club, under the direction of Mrs. Echard, is another one of the new clubs which has been formed this year. The purpose of the club is to help people by making things. It is composed of students in the eighth and ninth grades. One of the most interesting projects of the club was the making of several types of dolls. 63 ART CLUB FIRST ROW: T. Fleming, W. Charlesworth, R. Keener, J. Echer, V. Mazzaccoli, B. Clegg, W Oliver, J. Bauman, P. Pollock, J. Vescio. SECOND ROW: G. Avery, S. Gonsowski, G. Roth, N. Beckett, E. Sekel, V. Rhea, K. Clark, C Steffy, N. Cross, R. Pyle. THIRD ROW: B. Raabe, C. Barr, J. Manos, S. Zourelias, D. Pastoria, T. Chilton, I. Osselburn R. Gugliuzza. The Art Club, under the direction of Mrs. Rhea, was one of the hardest working clubs in our school. They made many art projects of which they were very proud. A great factor in the success of the club was the fine co-operation and spirit of the members. 64 F. H. A. CLUB SITTING: P. Zanella. J. Arce, W. Watkins, I.Pacui11i, C. Santucci, H. Altman, J. Maroni, A. Tate. STANDING: S. Beam. B. Rupp, Mrs. Margaret Noakes, I. Woodring, S. Cross, N. Tihey, J. McDade Under the supervision of Mrs. Noakes, thegirls from grades seven through twelve have learned the fundamentals of homemaking. The goal of the Future Homemakers of America is to learn to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow. 65 BASKETBALL CLUB STANDING: Mr. Wi1liamMonaco, A.Mauro, ,T . Morrill, I . Sherl, W. F arace, F. Bracco, P. Willard, D. Crothers, J. Bouch, A. Innes, T. Richey, H. Graham. SITTING, FIRST ROW: C. Reilley, V. Dentino, H. Pavone, C. Miller, W. Christman, B. Eiler, C. Flajnik, T. Rimer. SECOND ROW: L. Mauro. W. Shoal, I. Zanella, K. Anderson, A. Leopold, L. Sistek, G. Stuebgen H. Davis, C. Gould, J. Rupp. During each club period members of the Basketball Club not only learned the fundamentals of the game, but they practiced their passing, dribbling and shooting. It is this club which starts the boys on the way to the Varsity. With an eye to the future Mr. Monaco trains these underclassmen so that they may be the future "champs" of Verona High School. 66 VARSITY CLUB FIRST ROW: J. Lesar, M. Petika, J. Arcuri, T. Antal, C. Hollinger, R. Fescemeyer. SECOND ROW: D. Zanella, F. Porovne, .T . Heggenstaller, N. England, M. Yots, R. Smith THIRD ROW: N. Verzinskie, S. Degitz, N. Kratsa, G. Bugna, C. Schrader. The boys who have earned the treasured "V" for participation in Varsity sports at Verona High School made up the Varsity Club. The purpose of the club was to raise money to buy sweaters for the Seniors in the club. These boys deserve a lot of credit for they gave much of their time to participate in our school sports and helped to bring glory to our school. 67 A THLETIC CLUB FIRST ROW: Mr. Joseph Zelek, R. Smith, F. Porovne, M. Petika. .T. Arcuri, T. Antal. SECOND ROW: J. Heggenstaller, C. Schrader, E. Weimer, N. Verzinski, L. Miller, J. McCall G. Stuebgen, J. Strickingloss. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Zelek, the Athletic Club helped to promote school spirit in athletics. The club was composed of all the members of the football squad. During the weekly club period movies of football games were shown and football situations were discussed. 68 CHOIR FIRST ROW: S. Cross, N. Yanshak, T. Bauman, J. Moritz, .T. McDade, E. Holt, I. Cassano, N Stewart, A. Koch, M. Chirillo, C. Rearick, B. Brennen, C. Moraitis, P. Meirs, L. Reagan, Mr Robert Rearick. SECOND ROW: J. Meloy, B. Eiler, F. Eiler, M. King, N. Roney, S. Zorich, G. Nichols, S. Austin J. Yeager, B. Miller, S. McGivern, M. Simpson, H. Gonsowski, N. Tihey, J. Lyons. THIRD ROW: B. Zanella, M. Ruskewicz, C. Santucci, P. Flajnik, J. Woodring, B. Mokosek, .T Chilton, B. Sill, J. Zolet, K. Beckett, S. Moritz, J. Zolet, B. Doles, S. Lubatti, M. Stewart, A Innes. FOURTH ROW: R. Douds, F. Panza, G. Helwig, F. Remmick, A. Tarr, G. Kalogeris, N. England P. Manos, T. Stiffey, D. Shaw, H. Miller, C. Woodhall, P. Willard, T. Dessy. I. Lesar, M. Yots, K. Anderson. The Choir, under the direction of Mr. Rearick, gave just the right touch to the musical activities at Verona High School during the past year. In spite of the many hours the Choir practiced, one could easily see that each Choir mem- ber felt that the time was well spent. There are only three words which can describe our Choir: Music Melody Masters! 69 BOYS' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: R. Douds, K. Anderson, G. Helwig, J. Lesar, M. Yots, Mr. Robert Rearick SECOND ROW: A. Tarr, F. Panza, T. Dessy, F. Remmick, D. Shaw, H. Miller. THIRD ROW: G. Kalogeris, N. England, P. Manos, T. Steffey, P. Willard, C. Woodhall. The Boys' Glee Club is another fine musical group directed by Mr. Rearick. Hard work, talent and patience were combined to turn out the fine performances they have given this year. It is a credit to our school and to the boys in the glee club to have such a worthwhile organization. 70 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: S. Cross, T. Bauman, .T . Moritz,.T . McDade, E. Holt, I. Cassano, N. Stewart, A. Koch M. Chirillo, C. Rearick, B. Brennen, C. Moraitis, P. Meirs, L. Reagan, Mr. Robert Rearick SECOND ROW: B. Eiler, J. Me1oy,N.Yanshak, F.Eiler, M. King, N. Roney, S. Zorich, G. Nichols S. Austin, J. Yeager, B. Miller, S. McGivern, M. Simpson, H. Gonsowski, N. Tihey, J. Lyons THIRD ROW: B. Zanella, M. Ruskewicz, C. Santucci, P. F lajnik, J'. Woodring, B. Mokosek, J Chilton, B. Sill, I. Zolet, K. Beckett, S. Moritz, J. Zolet, B. Doles, S. Lubatti, M. Stewart, A Innes. The Girls' Glee Club always performed well in the past, and this year's organization followed the tradition. The girls spent many hours practicing be- fore school as well as the regular rehearsal periods. We salute the Girls' Glee Club for their fine work throughout the year. 71 i UW' xN.wE vvvz emma C0-CAPTA INS M. Petika, C. Schrader, N. Kratsa - Oakmont Edgewood East Pittsburg Richland East McKees port Sharpsburg Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona 1 i VV FIRST ROW: A. Innes", M. Yors, G. Knapp, N. Avicin', C I. Lesar, C. Hollinger, D. Zanella, R. Smith, N. Kratsa ROW: S. Farren"', C. Shxader, S. Degitz, I. Heggenstaller 'fDid not participate in League Games.J FIRST ROW: S. Digitz, N. Kratsa, I. Heggenstaller, M. Petika. SECOND ROW: N. Verzinski, D. Zanella, G. Bugna, C. Hollinger. Kasin', I. Geme1as', L. Miller. SECOND ROW: T. Dessy', K. Hulton, G. Stuebgeu, E. Weimer, J. Tihey'. THIRD G. Bugna, D. Nevel, T. Antal, M. Petika, N. Verzinski.' FIRST ROW: J. Lesar, C. Shrader, M. Yots. SECOND ROW: D. Nevel, T. Antal, B. Farren ,R-5 Georgla Carol F. Eiler, M. Chirillo, N. Roney, G. Viores, C. Rearick. Ti f S rr -s V1 PN XXV' V 0 F. Eiler M. Chirillo N. Roney CHEERLEADERS Verona High School was proud of its five Varsity Cheerleaders. In their bright purple and gold uniforms they not only led the student body in cheers, but they helped to arouse team spirit. They stuck by the team, win or lose, and cheered until each game was completed. B. Berg, J. Maroni. 77 VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: M. Yots, C. Hollinger, N. Verzinski, F. Remrnick, R. Smxth STANDING Mr William Monaco, C. Shrader, S. Degitz, N. England, M. Petrka D Shook Mr Vrctor DOYIBIO. Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Pitcairn-Monroeville It East McKeesport Edgewood W. P. S. D. Edgewood East Pittsburgh Pitcairn-Monroeville It. Toumament-Mi11va1e Toumament-Plum Aspinwall Etna Sharpsburg Hampton East Deer-Frazier Richland Twp. Oakmont W. P. S. D. Aspinwall Etna Sharpsburg Hampton East Deer-Frazier Richland Twp. Oakmont J. V BASKETBALL KNEELING: M. Yots, I. Scanlan, D. Maroni, A. Mauro I Hall STANDING Mr William Monaco, I. Lesar, W. Fleming, P. Willard, T. Steffey D Shaw G Knapp Mr Victor Donato. Verona Verona Verona Verona V erona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Pitcairn E. McKeesport Edgwood W. P. S. D. Edgwood E. Pittsburgh Pitcairn Aspinall Etna Sharpsburg Hampton East Deer Richland Oakmont W. P. S. D. Aspinwall Etna Sharpsburg Hampton East Deer Richland Oakmont "Frank Remmick" "Matt Petika" High Scorer Guard Forward "Sig Degitz" "Dor1 Shook" Forward Center lW s Q sR CLASS HISTORY As we, the Class of '58, entered Verona High School in the fall of 1954 we looked to the future and saw, stretched out before us, four long years of hard work before our goal could be attained. Toguide our class throughout our first year, Buddy Farren was elected President. We were well represented in athletics, musical organizations and other school activities. Unfortunately we found out that high school life is not all fun. It seems that if we weren't discussing our home economics or shop classes, we were busily reciting "amo, amas, amat." Besides our usual class party in the gym, we took a Civics trip to Fort Necessity. The second chapter of our high school life began in the fall of '55, when we dis- carded out title of "green" Freshmen for the proud title of "Sophomores." We now felt as if we were official students of Verona High School. With Carol Rearick as our Presi- dent, we began raising money for our Junior year. Besides our many bake sales, we held a dance, "The June Jamboree," which proved to be very successful. We concluded our Sophomore activities with a picnic at North Park. Entering our Junior year, Nick Kratsa was elected President. We not only became the proud owners of class rings, but "We are good, We are great, We're the Class of '58" became our motto. We then began the task of raising money for what later proved to be our greatest achievement, our prom for the Class of '57, Much to our surprise, our play, "Inside Lester," turned out to be a success. It was a three-act comedy about the accidental swallowing of a diamond by atelevision mystery writer. Finally time came for the biggest and most pleasant event of the year. With Alcoma Country Club decorated in an "Underwater Wonderland" theme and with the music of the Monarchs, we held our prom. We now have reached the closing chapter. The usual Senior activities have taken place, but they were not so usual to us. Sigmund Degitz led our class through the final year. Our play, "When theClock Struck Twelve," a three-act murder mystery which took place in a haunted mansion, also proved to be a success. On the night of May 28, Com- mencement was held. As we marched down the aisle to the strains of "Pomp and Cir- cumstance," memories of the past four years seemed to flash through our minds. We could remember all the fun we had with our friends, the hard work we did to make our activities a success, the football and basketball games we sweated through, the exams we crammed for and all the teachers who tried to pound a little knowledge into our heads. We would now like to say that we will never forget Verona High School and we hope you will always remember our class -- the Class of '58. And now just as we did when we entered high school, we once again look to the future. This time we saw that this was not the end, but only the beginning. 84 CLASS PROPHECY We, the Senior Class of Verona High School in the year nineteen hundred and fifty-eight, do hereby prophesy that the following events shall occur sometime in the future. We foresee: John Arcuri- - - - - - - - Suzanne Austin , J une Borkowski, Sigmund Degitz . Bernice Doles . Beryle Eiler. . . Samuel Farren Pat Graham. . . Joan Gruber. . . George Helwig . Martha King. . . Nick Kratsa . . . Nancy Libengood Suan McGivern . Barbara Miller. .T oy Moritz .... Mat Petika .... Carol Rearick . Frank Rernmick Janice Rhea . . . Donald Shook . . Barbara Sill. . . Marilyn Simpson Bonnie Smith . . . . . Nancy Stewart . . . . . Jack Tihey. . . . Georgia Viores Sophia Zorich. . Teaching others how to be model students. Still having her pajama parties. Now the owner of her own Pizza House. Still giving the girls a hard time. Finally hooked that certain boy. Still trying to find the shortest way to Butler. Finally became a member of the staff of tankers in the United States Army. Now training for her first professional fight with Sugar Ray. Making her own stamps and envelopes. Finally won his first stock car race. Now a nurse at the county home for the aged. Well known as a big time bookie Still skipping classes. Finally found a freckle cream that works. Now the owner of her own dancing studio. Performing "giggle" acts on Broadway. Taking Mr. Zelek's place at V. H. S. The mother of ten little redheads. Finally became an "important" person. The proud owner of a 1968 powder blue convertible. Famous for the slogan "Have gun, will travel." Modeling clothes for short women. Still a nurse to the boy from Indianola. Finally became an expert at answering Mr. Zelek's questions. Finally was accepted at an all boy college. Printing his own money. Finally got a new De Soto that has door handles. Finally made the grade as manager of the G.C. Murphy Company. 85 CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of Verona High School in the year nineteen hundred and fifty- eight, do hereby present and bequeath the following items to the beloved schoolmates with which we have spent the past twelve years,hoping they will respect and remember them as a part of the Class of '58'. I, John Arcuri, leave my ability to be a model student to Tom Antal. I, Suzanne Austin, leave my purple and gold sweater to anyone with enough spirit to wear it. I, .Tune Borkowski, leave a certain fellow to Rennie and Betty Ann. I, Sigmund Degitz, leave my good years at V. H. S. to Buddy Lesar. I, Bernice Doles, leave my ability not to use my head in Mrs. I-liginbotham's class to Betty Ann Mokosek. I, Beryle Eiler, leave my ability to go steady to Nada Yanshak. I, Samuel Farren, leave my build to Dick Shaw. I, Pat Graham, leave my ability to get along with Tarz to Sandy Moritz. I, Joan Gruber, leave all my stamps and envelopes to any girl who has a boyfriend in college. I, George Helwig, leave my little black book to Arthur Tarr. I, Martha King, leave my ability to march in line in the band to Dick Shaw. I, Nick Kratsa, leave my ability to get along with Mr. Rearick to Tom Steffey. I, Nancy Libengood, leave my ability to be late for school each morning to the faculty. I, Suan McGivern, leave a half a jar of freckle cream, which never worked, to anyone who can use it. I, Barbara Miller, leave my ability to dance to .T anet Meloy. I, .T oy Moritz, leave my worn out majorette boots and baton to anyone who can use them. I, Mat Petika, leave my ability not to get hurt playing football to "litters" Antal. I, Carol Rearick, leave my nickname "Shorty" to Lona Regan. I, Frank Remmick, leave the back seat of my car to Ralph Zannella. I, Janice Rhea, leave my ability to sleep in class to anyone who wants it. I, Donald Shook, leave my height to J' im Scanlon. I, Barbara Sill, leave my height to Nada Yanshak, who is always wishing she was taller. I, Marilyn Simpson, leave a comb and bobby pins to Patty Meiers so she can set her hair every night. I, Bonnie Smifn, leave my ability not to answer all the hard questions in Mr. Z.elek's class to anyone who thinks they can answer them. I, Nancy Stewart, leave my ability to stay away from Mr. Sweeney's car to a certain group of Sophomores. I, J ack Tihey, leave my ability to be good in chemistry class to A. Tarr. I, Georgia Viores, leave my ability to know what's going on in the back row of the chem- istry class to Dick Shaw. I, Sophia Zorich, leave my nickname "Pizza" to my younger sister, Dessie. We do hereby appoint Mr. Kermit Anderson to be sole executor of this, our last will and testament, thereby revoking all former wills and testaments by us at any time theretofore, and declaring this to be our last will and testament. THE CLASS OF '58' 86 HEALTH SWIM FOR FUN BEAUTY THE WILLOWS PO0L OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA s offer hea ALL AGES JOHN VIORE EA TON-UNDERWOOD FUNERAL HOME OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA 8 CUMPLIMENTS 0F THE CLASS OF 1958 WE ARE GOOD WE ARE GREAT 'RE THE CLASS COMPLIMEN TS 0F THE CLASS OF 1960 S TREM STUDIOS FINE CAMERA PORTRAITS 433 Penn Avenue Atlantic 1-4575 Studios in Pittsburgh McKeesport Altoona New Kensington YOUR OFFICIAL SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS VERONA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 HIGH SCHOOL 89 THOMPSON Ann COMPLIMENTS CUMPAN Y OF OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA A PAINT MANUFACTURERS FRIEND ,EJ THOROFARE SEINRCE MARKET cHEsw1c1c, PENNSYLVAMA THREE STAR sorruuc wonns 6 New Q VERONA, PENNSYLVANIA 452 A . fA'Afg gf Wdnf f gg-xifq RK ,JI UAA., ET 5995! 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S' ' 2 M - a n f - elseif: Pennsylvania f fl ,O sunt-,rl T z N' A WILLIAMS OLD M0 E . 00 I? oquohss S BIL CO GC' A95 Oakmont, Pennsylvania FAMILY PHARMACY M O A' X 9 JZ- ! A Verona, Pennsylvania T gy fwtv g RVNL ' Tires Batteries Compliments Tubes Lubrications of At Your Service 24 Hours ESSENTIALLY YOURS CEleanore E. Yotsj DEBERSON'S ATLANTIC Oakmont, Pennsylvania L T 100 L ugyf. PITTSBURGH-VERONA-OAKMONT - 0 0 COLD' EXPRESS co. MTDWAY BEVERAGES co. , Verona, Pennsylvania Verona, Pennsylvania , -i.T-,---T T-.. gi. nr as -? e A if 'ikgjff' '. Fox TRANSFER AND STORAGE co. I 2,,Qfif4R New Kensington, Pennsylvania V .I -3: ffl' STE1N'S MARKET r !V.- v KJ'-Y! TL If ' ,ggqg 4 .-'if:5.V'f'f:V', ' fa ' f 'fi -'MJF Q x ?., I Verona, Pennsylvania Qc, lm' i 'IM' ff fy' II1 fl: I If Congratulations C 1 . omp iments to the f o Clas of 1958 S voESTE'S GIFT SHOP MATT'S BAR Oakmont , Pennsylvania Oakmont , Pennsylvania Compl iment S Compl iments of a 0 f a FRIEND FRIEND H 1 J 101 Compliments Compliments of of a ROX-ANN TAVERN Verona, Pennsylvania FRIEND Congratulations Compliments to the of Class of 1958 G. C. M RPHY CO. Verona, Pennsylvanoa FUTULES GRILL Verona, Pennsylvania Congratulations Compliments to the of a Graduating Class AMERICAN SANITARY SUPPLY C0 FRIEND Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The Staff Club of Verona High would l opportunity to thank all of the busines firms and friends whose contributions have book possible. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Alice and Kay's Beauty Salon, Veron ike to take this smen, industrial made this year 8. Arthur and McGrail Service Station, Oakmont Bernie's Flower Shop, Oakmont Chas. E. King, Roofing and Heating, Oakmont Chess Club of Verona High Congratulations to the Class of 58 Costello's Department Store, Verona Dot and Walt's, Oakmont E. J. Loizes, Verona Festa's Tavern, Verona Jane M. Antoon, Oakmont Jenny's Dress Shop, Verona Jesse B. Caylor Service Station, Oa Joe's Dairy Store, Oakmont Jules Beauty Shop, Oakmont Kramer's Shoe Store, Verona Kratsas' Grocery Store, Verona Lou Sher, Verona Papich's Tavern, Verona Paula Kay Shop, Verona Photography Club of Verona High Roth's Grocery Store, Verona Schneider's Hardware, Verona Starr's Barber Shop, Verona Sugar and Spice Shoppe, Verona Tomlinson Insurance, Oakmont Verona Cafe, Verona Vince's Shoe Repair, Verona Weaver's Service Station, Oakmont Weimer Florist, Verona Wm. DeFazio, Verona Zimmerman's Men's Shop, Oakmont kmont 103 I I i 5 wx. .v . Y. 4-,r -- III. ...V F' s".'I,I 1 I V..- a kg"f,Q,',,-rs V I "M Q- ',..- .-,. c - . f -.,i"9I2 . fra-f - Q...:p:-e.f.V.:f' .Q -A --guy, II I - . 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