St. Leo’s High School News
By Mary Kay Pettinger
Luzerne County Mathematics Teachers Contest
Seniors of the Week
Representatives for the Luzerne County Mathematics Teachers contests have been announced and presently are preparing for the tests on April 23. Local contestants are Norman Austin, Margaret Moore, Marsha Niemiec and Shirley Shamun, seniors;
Nancy Gaffney, Elizabeth Klein, Margaret Klein and Michael Moore, juniors;
Alternates are Vicki Lou Gilroy and Ann Uzups. Choice was based on the average math mark for the year.
Last week South Central Catholic High Scgool was the setting for a debate tournament. Teams were made up of Marsha Comitz, Sharon Gildea, Pat Yenchak, Jackie Kovalcik, Mark Albosta, Robert Niemiec, Michael O’Boyle and Charlie White. Those who attended as spectators were Kathryn Hennicheck. Ellen Jane Daney, Ann Jefferson and Shawn Kinney. Moderators of the Debate Club are Sister Mary John and Maureen McGroarty.
Activities of the Speech Club reached fever pitch as novice members prepared for the first diocesan tournament. Members who participated in the three catergories were Sharon Gildea, Barbara Gush and Grace Rozicki, original oratoryl; Jackie Kovalcik, John Pisano, and Pat Yenchak, declamation; Joseph Gaffney and John Rusack, extemporaneous speaking. The tournament climaxed weeks of work under the direction of Sister M. Antonita.
The Air Force gave the results of the Airman qualifiying exam. Norman Austin and Margaret Moore achieved the high scores, Accepted by Wilkes.
Congratulations go out to Maureen Cliton and Sheila McCormick on their acceptance by Wilkes College.
Seniors of the Week:
Pert and pretty Arline Koneski is an attractive addition to the class of 1966. Her wide variety of interests include dancing, reading, and painting. She particularly enjoys French and English. Because she plans to work at Bell Telephone Co., the cheerful voice you will hear at the other end of the phone will someday be Arline’s.
Judy Kovalcik, cute captain of the cheerleaders, served as a secretary during her freshman year and now is vice president of the CSMC. Possessing personality plus, Judy is the class pianist. Physics and French are her favorites and she is now employed at the Acme. The traits which have won her many friends here will also assure her success at Geisinger Medical Center.