Class Colors - Royal Blue and
Motto - "Look to the Future"
Dedicated to Miss Curry and Mr. Bonner
| In the light year of 1953, we,
the class of 1959, began our journey through high school. Our first two
years were rather uneventful, however, they did prepare us for the
"blast off " into the next four years.
At last we entered the first stage, our
freshman year. This was our first important year and we began it by
electing Samuel Biank as president, Edward Puschock as vice president,
Nicolena Molinari as secretary, and Mary Lee Donald as treasurer. Our
class advisors were Mr. Bonner and Miss Curry.
With the arrival of our sophomore year, the
class became more familiar with the scholastic routine. We began our
second stage by electing Michael Slivka as president, Paul Swedar as
vice president, Joan Starosta as secretary, and Patricia Sahr as
treasurer. Mr. Bonner and Miss Curry were our class advisors. Royal blue
and silver were chosen as our class colors. We purchased class hats and
emblems in our class colors.
Our Junior year marked the last half of our
high school career. The third stage of our journey began by electing
Samuel Biank as president, Gene Kulick as vice president, Robert
Kashuber as secretary, and Betty Jane Williams as treasurer. Mr. Bonner
and Miss Curry were our class advisors.
Class rings arrived in January, 1958, and we
all agreed that the long wait was worthwhile.
Prom time! On May 2, 1958, the Junior Prom was
held in honor of the Senior Class of 1958. The theme was
"Starlight." Music was afforded by "the
Ambassadors." Mr. Mezza, our prom advisor, did a splendid job in
directing us through what was one of the most beautiful proms in the
history of the school.
September! 1958! Seniors! We finally entered
the fourth and final stage of our journey through high school. The class
officers this year are: Eugene Kulick, President; Stanley Zabo, Vice
President; Nicolena Molinari, Secretary; Betty Jane Williams, Treasurer.
Once again our class advisors are Mr. Bonner and Miss Curry.
With graduation in the near future as we are
completing our journey through high school, each student is going in his
separate orbit to make a future for himself.
We look to the day in June when we will
graduate from Nesquehoning High School. We will always treasure the
memories of our school days and remember that they were the happiest
days of our lives. We will forever be indebted to our advisors and
teachers for helping us plan for our future years.
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