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course of the last three years, we, the Class of 1963
have offered to this school its first bitter taste of human destruction,
It has shaken under our unyielding hands through:
Intramurals and field days
Plays and talent shows
Science fairs and geography shows
Lab periods and dead cats
Band concerts and choral festivals
Detention and loading docks
Activity busses and field trips
Dances and parties
Telephone booths and milk machines
And, of course, through good and bad moments Cha, hal.
We accomplished all that, but will you remember -
Graham and the loading dock?
fifty-word sentences from Mr. Snyder?
Uwhite socks are an official part of the gym uniform?H
HPlease kick melli '
When we ate ice cream in the history movies?
the meter sticks Mr. Murphy broke?
we always seemed to get caught chewing gum?
gorgeous skirts we made in home ec?
frantic day science projects were due land the night beforel?
student council presidential campaign? You signed every
petition but one, and then voted for the person whose petition
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The guys who set your locker?
The eighth grade French classes and all the letters
written to Pere Noel?
The Model Club and all the girl members?
When the well ran dry and we couldn't take showers in gym?
The ten page essays on Hwhy I Shouldn't Chew Gum in School?N
How big our school seemed on that first confusing day?
The slaving over our first sewing machine jobs with those
delightful little aprons?
The first attempt in wood shop and those HbookendsH???
The lovely hairdos after our Hi and Tri-Hi-Y swimming
trip to the Y.M.C.A. in seventh grade?
Those geography maps?
Thensingingubusses on the way home from the Library Aides'
All of our bouncing calisthenics in chorus Cwhee-e-eb?
All the zany excuses to use the conference rooms?
The Hwizard of Ozn?
HGerimiah Peabody's poly-unsaturated, quick dissolving,
fast acting, pleasant tastin' green and purple pillsu?
The famous water-fountain pedal by room ten and how it
played hooky for so long?
All those history questions from Mr. Lewis?
Running out of tickets at the school picnic?
Our fight to get cheerleaders?
The President's inauguration?
That our classes were, much to our pleasure, disrupted
by Glenn's and Shepard's flights?
The Pirates' pennant?
The students who left us?
When the home ec. girls played hostess to the teachers?
The HEnd-of-the-Yearu awards?
All the recipes from home ec?
How a few of us fainted during the tuberculin test?
Those who got carried from the field in football?
Sharon Gray's strept.throat and the play's cancellation?
Linda Brooks joining Audio Visual Aids as the only female
The one green helmet on the football team?
The beautiful red Hgooku they threw all over the floor at
All the fights the chorus and band members had over who
Getting out of class and tediously putting stencils and
icicles on courtyard windows? .
The tears because we couldn't go to the high school this year?
"Ivanhoe"CNo further explanation of that is neededb?
Our career papers for civics?
Our petition to get Mr. Scrip nominated for the HTeacher-
of-the-Dayn award by KQV?
The football practices in the snow?
How the team threw Mr. Novak and Mr. Scrip in the showers
after the Mars game?
Your classmates and the fun you had?
gpg,Mr. Hughes always talked about giving detention and seldom
Well, that's the stuff we did. Now how about our teachers and how they used
to say -
HAlright all you detention lovers, the following students will
stay for detention.H Mr. Hughes
HDon't pack up yet - I dismiss you, not the bell.U Miss Rettinger
HMay I have your kind'and quiet attention?H Mr. Hughes
HAlright, who didn't sign the study hall slip?H Mrs. Sandrock
HI think I heard the bell,H Mrs, Royston
HShape up or ship out.H Mr. DePoe
NThat's life in the big city.H Miss McElroy
Ulf I didn't think it was important, I wouldnnt have you learn
it.U Mr. Scrip
HNow, when I was working at Penney's we did it this way...U
Hwould anyone like to take a trip to the Art Room?H Mr. Snyder
HNow, bend over folks, and breathe!!!H Mr. Machiko
HWell, it's interesting.n Mrs. Lang
HPass those paperslu Miss Greco
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We, the 1962-63 Ninth Grade giass of Pine Junior High School, hereby
leave the following
items to those who remain behind........
I leave all of our teachers '
I leave Mr. Murphy's essays to healthy
8th grade hands 1
- My back brace to some lucky???8th grader
I leave all my friends who flunked
- Mr. Snyder's impression of me to a poor
- A list of Mr. Hughes' jokes
- My nutty putty - to the lab for chemical analysis
Mr. Hughes' science tests
My science book and everything with it
CLatinD Leave all my pencil stubs to a ninth
grader ' N' . I . .
My heel-clicking to any eighth grader who wants it
I leave the future 9th graders at the mercy of
Old tennis shoe left in locker 475, to Pam Carter
Mrs. Lang's art class to some Sth grader who
has as Nmuchn artistic ability as I have
Chiaramonte, Gini -
Collins, LarryCLorenzol -
Dirt that was left in my locker, that includes
the spiders, cobwebs, mud and,paper
My office as president-to an Sth grader
My old smelly gym socks - to Dan Gregory
My unfinished lab reports - to Mr. Hughes,
packed locker to my little sister,
My Uoverwhelmingu interest in English grammar
My nickname Aeneas to a deserving Latin student
to Mr. Grega, my wealth to Mr. Del Greco
my books to a student 1 "
sense of humor - to Miss Greco
Miss Greco - to all eighth graders
Latin I to Chester Urbanek
I leave all my unfinished Spanish homework
to Miss Greco
I leave to the ninth graders-to-be, lots of luck
I leave my blush
I dedicate the silence to descend on all the
hearts of Mr. Hughes' kids
To the 7th and 8th grades, HPray for a favorable
all principal parts of Latin verbs
worthy Sth grader the fact that ducks
have web feet in order to stamp out forest fires
My unusual mathematical and gymnastic abilities
worthy ninth grader-to-be
my biology book and civics book
to some deserving 8th grader - my ant
infested locker and all it doesn't contain
I leave to Marc LeVier an old used piece of gum
My grades in Latin to anyone dumb enough to take
I leave the paddlings Mr. Snyder gave me to any
My seat in Mrs. Simonitsch's Latin class to any
I leave my love for science and my big mouth
to Linda Perkins who probably doesn't need them,
but neither do I
My algebra tests and dissected frogs to lucky
My beat-up tennis racket to Janie Keil
locker-bred ants to Mr. Murphy for
scientific or domestic experiments
Yearly bruises - to my sister
Mr. Hughes' extraordinary tests
My civics seat in civics class to Dave McKee
Ivanhoe, to those looking forward to reading
an Hexcitingu novel
Surgical cat hands to future biology hands
My civics notes to Mr. Snyder - a new paddle
All my attempts to succeed at Pine - to some
more fortunate Sth
Good luck to all future algebra students
Jenereski, Jo Ann
My English book and Miss Rettinger - to all
The Treasure Books of Miss Rettinger
Our math tests - 8 my ability - to a poor
Jersey if-+1 to some future basketball star -
with all my luck Cwe need itl
The jokes and essays of Mr. Murphy
All my 5096's on my algebra tests to some
deserving 9th grader
My height and muscles to Ron Wensel
Nwatermelonu green football helmet for future
use on the football team.
I leave advice: Start writing UI --------- ,
realizing the incapabilities and general
weakness of human nature, etc., etc.
To all teachers the glorious memory of me
My name on Mr. Murphy's gum-essay list
I'm going to leave the school the memory of me
Blessed piano to the next accompanist
My vast knowledge, and accumulated debts to
be divided among the rightful heirs.
My books to any Sth grader in the school -
plus all the teachers'tests
Mr. Hughes' jokes
My argumentative ability
I leave the peace and quiet of home room
7 to any quiet person
Mr. Snyder's sentences to anyone with a
lot of notebook paper
Old tennis rackets to the future cheerleaders
Mr. Hughes' sense of humor
Mr. Murphy's essays
My seat in the cafeteria
Remains of our unused bisected animals to a
lucky Sth grader
Mr. Snyder's paddle
Civics notes to some needy Sth grader
Campaign speech to any lucky Sth grader
The fun of reading the Odyssey
Chomp now, write later
Great ability for getting algebra done between
Locker No. 500 and my seat in Pa. History class
All my homework to Sth graders
My chewing gum to all those who appreciate
Mr. Murphy's essays
My political abilities
Three-year old moldy gym shirt which is somewhere
in the boys' locker room
Mr. Hughes' jokes
Odyssey and Great Expectations to any Sth grader
My battered and bruised copy of Ivanhoe to Linda
My basketball ability to Jackie Fray so that she
will get yelled at as much as I did
The Joy of reading Ivanhoe
Miss Greco to the kids taking Spanish or French
I leave Waldo, my dissected biology cat,
to a squeamish eighth grader
Teachers and homework
My worst grades to the smartest 8th grader, so
that hisfher grades may be brought back to normal
Good luck to all 7th and Sth graders who are tall
for I am short
I hereby leave my dimples, and my sixty-seven
inches to a short, deserving 9th grader-to-be
To Bill Long a slightly used piece of bubble
gum, one broken shoelace, and I leave my per-
mission for Bill to throw Mr. Del Greco in the
showers March 14 because that is his birthday
To Linda Chuderewicz, the dirty shorts I used for
track, and all my overdue library books
A good Junior High Band
The teachers of the school
To all poor souls in the 8th grade, Mr. Endlich
The least of what I did-for the best of them
To Glen Porter my algebra assignments
To Gary Gogolin my job as scorer for the
The possession of locker F72
My dissected biology cat to the eighth grade,
with hope of bettering their scientific knowledge
My first name to any prospective dairy farmer
Nothing - because I came with nothing
To Judy Huber three ten page essays from my
home room teacher, Mr. Murphy
To Mr. Endlich, a set of wheels
My cherished home room W7
My wonderful literature notes
My Spanish book to be used in Miss Greco's 5th
My padded paddles to the 8th graders
Miss Rettinger's assignments
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I X49 ,
VOLLEYBALL SPORTS DAY
On January 20, 1963, Pine Junior High School held its first Volleyball
Sports Day, and it was a complete success. Six different schools were rep-
resented by six or more girls each. The schools that were present were:
The event got under way with a brief welcome by Miss Morris. Elsie
Thompson, the mistress of ceremonies, then took over the rest of the
afternoon. The tournament was composed of five rounds. The Pine team
played five excellent games and landed in first place, winning all five.
Ingomar and Beaver Falls tied for second place. After the playoff, Beaver
Falls took second place.
The girls who represented Pine were:
The '65 basketball season has proved to be an unlucky one for the Pine
Richland J.V. Even with long hours of practice every Wednesday night and
many nights before a game, our players have not aroused enough luck to go
along with their skills.
The team consists of lO players and their coach, Miss Neithercoat,
who has been doing a fine job of instructing the girls in the skills and
fundamentals of the game. Only one game has been the reward for our team's
practice.J Success came at last when the J.V. defeated Mars by a score of
17-7. The teams that defeated the Pine-Richland J.V. were: Vincentian,
Mars and Knoch. They played each team twice except for Vincentian.
BaSketball practice will continue throughout the summer months. The
girls will gain more necessary experience, and they will surely develop
into a fine team which will come out on top. We are confident it will be
victory all the way next year.
GOOD LUCK, GIRLS!!!
This year a Free-Throw Contest was held for the 7th, 8th and 9th
grade girls. The finalists were chosen by a test given in gym class.
One girl from each gym class was chosen according to the number of baskets
she made out of 10 throws. Then, each finalist threw twenty-five shots.
Marion Fleming was the winner with 15 baskets, Susan Christensen was second
with 12 baskets, and Janis Walaschek came in third with 10 baskets.
HOME ROOM PLAQUES
This year plaques were awarded to the ninth grade home room champions.
Room 7, which was never defeated, won the soccer championship. Although
Room 6 gave Room 5 some rough competition, Room 5 won the volleyball plaque.
The basketball plaque was awarded to Room 5 also. Rooms 7 and 5 battled
for this plaque, but Room 5 was the victor. Rooms 6 and 14 have not won
any plaques as yet, but they both have high hopes for the track and field
The '65 basketball season has proved to be an unlucky one for the
Rams of Pine Junior High. Even with long hours of practice after school
each night, our players have not had enough luck to go along with their
skills. The team consists of 12 players, 5 managers, and their coach,
Only three games have been the reward for our team's practice. The
Rams have gone down at the hands of every team except East Deer, Mars,
and Hampton, each of whom they played twice and defeated once. The
teams that defeated the Rams were: Aspinwall, West Deer, Oakmont, and
This is the first year Pine has had a basketball team. Although
this season has not proved to be successful, we are confident in the future
the Rams will score victoriously.
Room 7, 9th grade boys' volleyball champs, staged a volleyball game
with Some members of the faCulty. Those participating were students from
Room 7, and the following faculty members: Mr, Puskar, principal, Mr. Snyder,
Mr. Scrip, Mr. Grega, Mr. Farrar, and Mr. Del Greco. Three games were played
plus a few Warm-up games. All three of the games were played well, showing
teamwork and skill by all members of both teams. The scores were close, but
the faculty showed that they were well qualified for athletics as well as
teaching. The first game was won by the faculty. Room 7 buckled down in the
second game to take a victory. The faculty, warming up all the while, reached
their peak in the last game, winning a two-game-to-one match.
Room 5, 9th grade boys' basketball champions also staged a basketball
game with some members of the faculty.
Room 5 was defeated by a score of 52 to 9. The faculty members participating
were: Mr. Grega and Mr. Scrip, who scored 10 points each, Mr. Farrar and
Mr. Del Greco, who scored 6 points each. Tom Trimmer and George Leslie of
Room 5 scored 5 points each for their team. Jim Hannan and Larry Collins
each scored two points.
Room 14 defeated Room 5, 6, and 7 and became the 9th grade boys'
Congratulations to all the rooms for displaying
such fine sportsmanship and teamwork.
MR . GREG A
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