Edinboro High School - Turtle Yearbook (Edinboro, PA)

 - Class of 1944

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III' I3 216113 We, the members of the Turtle Staff and the Class of '44, hereby ded- icate this issue of the WTURTLEN to Messrs. Ken- neth Westlake and Hubert Sherwood, two fine ath- letic directors and teach- ers, to express our appre- ciation for the work they have done in strengthening the youth of Edinboro High School, physically and mentally. Ms-cl l lr. Ph rle ' armor 1s Ol nrwnc ual a soo' f en and does evf'f c n vo +rpO + 'qc' ry P1'110r gn lr. 1 ou a tl t or1nc1pwl 1 FCflH sth wow anf can rc H H n :xero 1 s. 3 W1 s Lois Blwncnsnl teacme co mGTC11l suhgects Sue lS usually 1n the tYDlHU room attemntwng to make her students ston CHQULDW sum Vear. We can alva s be founo WN the chem1stry labortorw e s reallv marvelous at marlnv SCl9Htlf1C the orles Jntere twus 5 M1qS EuUen1a Tuley 13 w1th us for the f1rst tlme th1s Veer also. he teaches the vlrls Uome nc. She snends a lot of ler t1me plann1nv meals for tue school lumen one s very hv but fT1GHl1V 6 M155 Blanche Howard teaches 7th and Pth ffrede "'n'1fl1sh 'ler 'lelbful gu1dance and frwenolwnes win her many friends f'7lMr Kenneth Culrv oTD9C1llZGS 1n llStOFy, CJV1CS, and P O D He also took over the F1FSt A16 Course th1S year. H15 vuwdnnce as faculty ad v1sor of both the EdlNH1 and the Tur tk w hwmm towMe'Me1asmc ess, 8 Mr. Worman hnrer is our voca t1onal tescher. ie 1S the leacer of our FFA and coaches our baseball team. f9JMiss Anr Behler lS usually found S e 1S n t cnlv omr truwnt offwcer but wer mo1n ol nurse. She le to f1X out CH3'1W' ao n ces 'vc 'b fu 'l F91 ur our cr tClnS Qno urns. lO Wes Trene Brumbau h soecnlnzes d1TnCtlOh we tuemes, dla snfeches. Her ncl1s Under her 1 ve letrned to wr1te me e nub11c s 'rolucer o the Turf r Q, Senlor ol naoe them both uccess. Ura 1, cvuwd nop Clljvli s Svb11 Uiell was also new to ceoartment. Her Hrand suveestions for decorat'ons uelped to male our Prom a success. 12 M1ss D Thomoson was a neu teacn er 1U our school tnws year ser f1r t teec Jnv wob and she queen of tve muSlC Heoartment. She 1' a :onderful WUolC1GH and has com nosed sfveral D1eC9S herself 13 M105 Vera Jllmore teecwes Tune uaees Under her leader hlp ne Tunlor cle s he' a roscerous Veer whlch ended wth tne aunuel Pron and Banquet 14 l5J"Dadd f" Ja es nl "B b" W ,ter are our cu tOAlqP uev are a Hsvv reoor to asswst us WP any H obs ve are lept busv 1eeo1np our School neat and clean. na' have for them Qnl the, l6lT'1ss Prisc1lla T n' 1ns s llerberver's secreta 1 U e can usually be lound 1U t e 0pflCG or 1D one ol mer oowuercva Q es Sme s loved D7 wll and o tts no 3s 'PPlS , u .H Q . Q Ei ,nal G .. E-lenL, is as LT , s'nJ "se.+f,-. Yi ' o ' : . vr .' . 2 1. 1 .l. ee .s , ,l -rl nd Ln. 1 1 , . - 'MJ 1 ,' - . . -L . .- .. .- , -1 1-'1'y-fy. he f, -f-O V-yn"n r-n'- Ol .g b - tvv- P +3 F, v. 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I ---A he Senfo ss Ol W,4n loofs back over toe four nanny efentful eers soent ln tue hells or E W S nanv fond menor1es e cnt re o r Freshman yeer 1U xhat 1 has Xno al bulldwn , o r as el U1 some fnees fnocc, but we fl our best o To ewor + Aft '9ft1lHU down to the oullne xorf,we elected the fo1lo'1ne offwcers are recalled The vocetlon ees ere UOCA1HV Presldent pHVl11o Gardner Vlce Presvlent Vere V ods Pearl Davnov Mergare+ Blllie Secretary Treasurer- Alonc 1U toe middle of +he term we marcled trlumphantlf lnto the new bUllilHF Thls Have us tue honor of new school, On Aorll 1, 1941 we n d an lU11l Smovcrs Psrtv Wn the high cdool gym nae1nm. T wf T e flfot und onlv unc wo f the ve ehe1nU, genes end refr sdments were +h0 mamn a+tract1ons On Seotember 2, 1941 we wgwln fil c Q 'ee con year. held the thlrd fOllOH1'0 off ed Wnto our resnectwve f1den of a nlosoerous A class meetwng was week of school and the lcers were elec+ed Dowler Pres dent Harold Vwce P e lOGWt Vere Woods S cre+ary V1ke She Treasurer Joel HOuCh1loS On October 2!, 1941 ne soon ored a scatmne party whwcd as held at Shodcland Grrdens. We held another class meetwng on Januerv 21, 1919 erl decloed to have a Sonhomore Ball Fate was aea1nSt US though, and ue d1dn't hare lt. Wm? GIJZCCWZ 1o1low1ne Offl0GPS condwc+ed s throvvq o r Tunlor year. President Floyd 'esb tt Vlce Preswdent -Georje Gall Sec eterv Geor e Iolmvoch TTTUCUIC Irene Allard O clay entvtled 'Are You Rutterworthou was a three wet comedy whlch went ov r wnth a nb1n9.n The banquet N9 held et the Pres byterlan Church and the Prom at the ,ulbertson F1115 Country Club Ne also sold candv ln the rec reatwon room et noon and hot loss and candv at football and bas etbzll eame,, 2, Q N'-Q, Q 6266692 16607 Toon enierln our lest fear o hlvh school we chose the follovlng off1cers to be our leaders Pre s 1dent Ge oree Gall Vice Pres1dent Phyllls Csndner Secretarv Norma Nesb tt Treasurer Irene Aluhrd Amone the varlous 3CtlV1t1DS of the year were two seatmng Dartmes at Snadeland Gandens, one on Januerv the 14th, the other on March 6th and a dance at Nallowe'en twme wltq Jlmmv Pe+ton's orchestra. NC0llege Da en, 1 three act com edv, was given bv the seniors on Ap 11 27th Nov th t ue'1e near the close of our hieh school career, and look back over the nbltter end SWee+W moments, we Senlors reallze that tue older you get the more resoonsv b1l1ty vou QCHIGVB also I 7 . A .' rv 'v 1 ,. , A M can I T, D . . ...J th , -. 1 U L. -L me H ' -ui' J A L 5 J P ' - ' 1 w M s ' -- J . r -f - -- U" J. ,Wy 11 . , . , 1. V y c.. . 4... - 0-2 o Q, Y . l .. W -1., .. .4. 1 f 1 Q :Q T 12' 'I A f- -M ra ,-1 11 . . 15.4 4. , f,, ,. c 1 , . -. , ! Mu ,,, 1 5- . . J if . ' U K' ull ,. , . A.. . - -fd M V -,us qu E lc- L ' ' ff v, lf-A v, 1 ' .. .- .. J, -,-,.., -.W 1.1 ,, 1 vw..- 1- , -- .f ,c . 1 - . . -. 1 1 "ce", me' , ' 1 ,- -- W, - ., .. , .- , . , 1 . t , ' . ,D g Z' fi ' " ' O ' 'Q K ' 1 " ' "Ir ur l f - L. ' Nuns m . A E 1 T' 'L . .7 ' ' L .I V, 1 -.1 .. I . .1 I ,, .L - 1 - . 4 L Q Qi V 1 , I , ' ' , Y . ' fl H Q - - -- - --e Q, -- V - I , , v, . . ff J . J r... 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U IJ 12131 As the 5 20 came glldlng to a halt on track 29 ln Grand Central Statlon your frazzle bralned, well worn t clet agent Wd Truchan, gazed out through the WlHdOW nd stared as who should come steoplnv off the traln but a group of star from the famous musncal nH1t and Runn Anong these are Allce Swav Nhll spaw, the opera s1nver, hav1nv only re entlv mastered the ar1a from the CDG? a nPedros Platinum Polyvnosn and who mpwlvammts Umt sm gmlwrsuwt 1U M1Sq Thonpson's muslc cla s where pronunclation was stre sed Also arrwvvng 1S oxr own d3DClHF team, Gher lng and Tarbell who are appearlng 1n Andy Speck' latest productlon, Nile World on Broadwayu Speaklng of Producer Speck, he and Ellie t1ll can't agree They have en tered holy matrlmony for the flfteenth time, havlng 1ust recelved thelr four teenth dlvorce last week Wlth a sereech of brakes, a frelght pulled 1n on a slding, and who should come out of a fresh air box carbut John Chamberlain, who had lost all his money in the pin ball m3Ch1HCS Suddenly mv attent1on was dlverted as the All-Glrl porter Brigade wlth Helen Koman, Tune Mlller and Katherine Hrinko ln the lead, came down to greet the ihCOm1Hg passengers Chrlsten corner of giving Al her latest theory of Jupiterlan plant life The musical volce of Gae sen reached me from the left the platform, where she sat bert E1nste1n some advice on Fa ther down, al1ght1ng from ear 5, 15 the widelv kngwn author Ellouwse Wlndsor who e new book, Whom to Wln Fr1ends A Influence Johnnlen, has gust been publfshed bv Dowler Q Shup nc Wlth a wave of h1 hand the con ductor, who lS none other than Rav mond Zimmer, volced h1s 'All Abroad' slenal, warnwng any st aevlers that traln was about to le ve pulllnv out, Dlck Jones came flv t e WHS through the crowd and yu t caught lnv he Caboose as lt went sklmmlng by Oh, what's that? It seems though Marlon L6W1S, the p1n up girl of the Rlfle Range, trled to keep her presence unknown to avold publ1c1ty, but our competent news hound Gerald 1ne Baker recognlzed her After es caplnv from the reporters and auto graph hunters, she hallad a taxi driven by Norma Nesbltt, who actually has gone a whole week wlthout an acc ldent Norma WQ1Sk6d her way 1n the general d1rect1on of the Knowlton Ho te A dellclous aroma began to f1ll the a1r and upon following my nose,I found lt led to the lunch counte , op erated by Marlon Abbott the maker of wonderful dishes fVou eat lt and then wonder what lt was Worklng un er her we see Ella Ruth Koon, Mar- garet Petrcv, and Shirley Barnes The harmonlous notes of the Wie land, Gall 8 Hotchkiss tr1o blare forth from the nickleodian, as Sen Q Q Q Q O '51 ' ' ' .1 'Q " .1 Q Q Q Q -QQQ - Q. U , ... Q Q Q fi ' ' 1 C 1, - S . ' Q Q .u . Q 0 Q Q ca " Q R .. U Q Q A :J I ' 6 Q Q Q.: 1 1 4 . c Q Q Q Q g . n .L " S r. ' Q Q Q -Q K - ' - "- zo ' :a ' If , - - - - v ' U . . .. Q A " . ' . ' f I' I Q Lv ' " U " J L -T 4 I ' u 0 11 . fl. . As lt Q Q , 0 Q Q - Q n.. IF L LAD Q O - ,I Q Q Q o S , ,,, Q A ' f 4- v Q.: Q U U I 9 . . . ., .- 1 ' J 1 A " lb 0 5 I O I ' :- Q S . L ml Q I as Q Q Q Q- . . - A . I Q O OL I v .. . H S . 1 - ll 1 , Q Q Q - -Q 3 C Q Q Q Q Q -Q K 'I' 1. O Q Q , o ' . A , Q Q Q Q , I Q Q Q Q ' , Q 0 . Q Q 1 u Q 1. Q - 5 . Q Q Q Q Q Q I U -' L U I O I , I' Q Q v . r , Q Q L ' . 1 1 Q Q I O Q Q F -- . Q Q- I I i Q Q Q Q . -Q ator Batuski is trying to give a last minute dictation to his secretary, I- rene Alward, before he catches his train for Washington D. C. As the train came to a stop, forth with a biq way home for a after being acros Mr. and Mrs. known as Phylli board bound for cabbage farms loc from the West Coast nurse Tucci ascended Smile. She is on her two weeks vacation s three years. Vere Woods, better s and Vere, climb a- a tour of their 100 ated in various sec- tions of the country. With a clatter of hoofs, Marion Biby cantered by on her way to visit Dale Webster, who now resides in a penthouse on 5th Avenue. Purchasing a ticket fOr Hollywood is Wilma Hermann, the well-known woman wrestler She is voinv to make a nic- ' :Q a: I ture called nI've Got a Crush on Youn at MetroSkelton-Mayor. As the train was reaching its des- tination and the cloud of smoke began to thin we saw Arlene Harned descend-- ing from among the clouds of smoke and alighting in a near-by arena where she found herself in the presence of an Ice Capade performance and upon her arriv- al, Sonia Henie faded out of a rear ex- it. Then the 5:20 zoomed away up the tracks, leaving the gay class tter- ed--all-over-the-world. Q s 0 5 s -n 5 l gn W? nv 1 Ie, the members of the Senlor class Ol 1944 of Edlnbo o Ulvh Qcnool, belnv of sound K9 mlnds 9 and possessed of all our facultle , do announce tha t be our la t wmll and te tament, and hope that our QlftS wlll be accept d soon as no ble To the cla s of 1945, we bequeath all renutatlons, nrivileaes and no se s Jons whlch have been foumled or otherwlse taken posse saon of On recelot of thls, the class of l945, may, a soon as th y thlnk reces arv, dlscmrd, sell, or otherwise vet rld of, the followlnv obllratwons and prlvlleoe lhI1On Abbott leaves her dynamlc personallty to Shlrley Vatter Irene Al ward leaves her abvlltv to keen calm to M1 s Thompson GSPIY Baker leave her cheerleadlnv ab1l1t to Allce Crozler Shlrleg Barnes leaves to sho LOUl9 what she learned ln Home Ec Chester Batuskl leave h1s Hood mark to Louie Baker Marlon Biby loaves Mr Currv who 3dmlfS he'll never be ou1te the same J hn Chamberlaln leave for tae near at WAV? recruntlnn tatlon Gao Ghrl ten old Douler leave his heavy datlng to Scotty Brown Phyllis Gardner leaves t become Mrs Woods of the Cabbage Patch George Gall leaves hls Hbllltl t blush to Louie Farly Qgyd Gherlng leaves h1s exce s helvht to Martln Hecler Arlene Harned regretfully leaves Ronnie Wllma Hermann leaves her ba hfulness to her brother Frank George Eolowach leaves his last perlod study hall Des tinat1on Jnknown Tack Hotchkiss leaves h1s dancing ablllty to Georve Vadasz Katherlne Hrlnko leaves her oulet dlsposltaon to Phyllls Dunton D1c1 Jone leaves h1s derby to T1mmv Pontuls Ella Ruth Koon leaves to swoon w1th her fellow in the Coast GuardfgHelen Konaa leaves her nupsweepn to Mona Folmar cky Knowlton leaves to spend more hours writing to the A1r Corps D ve Knowlton left us at emester to enter college Marlon L6!1S gives her unoo truslveness to Bun Kunkle June Mlller leaves her giggle to Mr Ulmer Norma Nesbitt leaves her l1qu1d stockings to the future bas'etball bovs Flovd Nes bltt left for the Army Marvaret Petrov leaves her t xt books to snend more t1me wlth Donald Stafford ,Parol Rlley left us for college Helen Shug leaves her naturally curlv, blond hair to Doris Davls Andv Speck leaves h1s :av wlth women to the Peter's Twlns Paul Skelton leaves h1s farmlng abmlmtf to Bud Ab bot Clara Tarbell leaves her well vorn bools to John Klnvslev where We're sure they'll cool off Elvera Tuccl leaves those wonderful bus rldes with George Gall Ed Truchan leaves the necktle that he never wear at home,Qale Webster leaves hls wolflng past for a certaln red he d Fred We1land leaves h1s croonwnv 8bllltV to Romeo Vllouise Wlndsor leaves to take un w1th nJockn Davis Vere Woods leaves h1s basketball 1bll1tV to Bill Dollnsky ,Ray Zimmer donates hls car to the next scrap drlvg u . , . . , . 3' . 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Q .. . ., A " '1f""' . , . . . - ,a .. , ........ ..... ........ . . . . . . -' 'J ' Q ""'11.. 1..-1... - 0 I C I O oo C - ,, o 1 ' Q O Front Row Second Pow Thlrd Row Dorls Davls, Berdena Zlmmcr, Aletha Fwich, Frla Mae Walters, El nord Shrader, M1 s G lmore, Clea John on, Alwce F ozler, Ma 1on Mllls, M ltht Voluscy, Dhylll S+ Pford Dorothy C r Lrlen Falla, P u wwe Carxoell, P 1 lca W ll ms, Kathewfne D too, Ruth Pet r on, Sh l v Vatt Tean Web tfr, Narworle Camobell, helen Omloo, Velen Florek, Mary Nmllna Robert Huyck, Nlck sekel, John Cap, Tohn Vanco, Bud Aobott, Tom Rodak, Georve Vadaz, Ronald Doucette, Terome folmar, Jldn Y1ngs lev, Leroy Umnson Shortly afte r tuxnlrv to school las+ fell the Tun1or Class held the r fwrst cl meetlnd The fO1lOW1HU off cers w elected Pre R Dou cette, Vlce Pr s Ceorve Valasz Trees Tom Rooak Later n the vear xe sold UEHSU tlrouchout the cbool One of the bw est event f the fear wa the Tumor Plaf, "lie rt Troublen, d Brumb unh to make the r c+ed b M s Irene The Cdll e class l loed p av 1 ucce 1 well as our ten cbarmctfr ca t We were ll olea ed w th our flnancwal succes We ordered our clas rlnvs early lh the wear but becal e of tie sborb ave of materwel we were forced to wa1t beflre their arr1va DJ :ng the vexr ome of our class that Alvnn Shaffer 1OlHGd the Unlted Stdtf Ma lnes All Jn all, the ve r was oulte a ucce We broueht lt to a close Wluh the biggest event of the ent1re VG1T,JuHlOT Senlor Prom and Banouet Front Row Second Row Thlrd Row C3th61lUG Dav , Mar on Brlggs, Dorothy Fuvck, Opal Knlvht, Mar garct Holuo, Grace Dafls, Helen Ander on, Evelyn Hasbrouke, Bl Je Tau, Arlene McComb Marv Rovers, Pearl Hayes, Joyce Nes bltt, Marv Ann Porter, Lois Deckerg Martha Davi Robert Wlndsor, Hllda We land, Phyllls Dunton, Charlotte Rend erle, lnur Pubala, Catherlne Bernoskw, JOS19 Borver, Joseph Petrov, Duane Koon, Cdarle Alcoln, Bettf Sedor, Paullne Seoor, Paullne Shun, MHF1OH StQPford, Betty Hostetler, Helen Wolchlck, Mr Curry Herald Swlft, Gwsper Tucci, S1QOD Holowach, Frank Herrmann, Joel Fuller, B1ll Dollnsky, Frank Henretty, q3T11SOh Kunkel Jack Rodvers, Henrv Boraten, Ted Orlop, Robert Eastmar, Homer HuCh1HSOH, Ray Bereer, Samuel Boron, Tames Alwdrd Summer wa over and September roll ed around We wanted to get back to ee our old frlends, but how we hated to vet up tha+ f1r t mOPH1WU We had 1 class meet1ng and were ore Uanazed as the followlng President Samuel Holowach, V Presldent Helen Wolchick, Secretary Mary Ann Porter Treasurer--Jack Rodgers. We did little, but then came the time when everyone was giving skating partles when re v re Freshmen, we had never QIVGH one so we went about the ta V of hav'nU a katlng oarty It nas quite a ucccss so Ne had an other one The second semester rolled around and then we really found out waere we stood and how much harder we would have to study in some subjects When we finish this year we will be half way through high school. . . . . c 1 , I ' , u - . J r .V . - .. - . -J , ... - , .1 f . . . . . c - S., l, 1- J 4 . S . -... uf' .. I' 9 ,L 1 Q 0 V I Q A -. 3. ' MC 1 n ' . 4 -' S 1.7 UQ.- , - N 1 . A-. ' . 4 . -. 2 - - . 31' , .. .. . 9 T, .- 8. ..4,,l .1 J ,. ri F, L. 4. llfl A . i , . - fl. lJ9,I'v 1 .15 .. S - ns . lI'..9u QT, K l ,JS 3 . . , L V vc . - - - " - L , 1- L X rf. ,L . ' : 'L . U . .1 4 7 1 11 F, . , O J, . 1 ,, .L Q. N . 3, 4 ' W U ,lc 1 ' . 1 l' ' JI' 9 ' 10 r . E u: S , '-f 9. . . . . . .nl J -. -- Il' 4 4. . . 1 J V' S 1 1 ..c 5 S. . . . 1. -, - .- S 3.53 1. 3. -. 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Front Row: Second Row: Third Row Fourth Row Genevieve Klempy, Stella Mukina, Jonna Scheidemantel, Gerahdine Tau, Hazel Porter, Leoon Orr, Elaine Kingen, Yvonne Sherwood, Eleanor Porter, Catherine Florek, Margaret Belyan, Wanda Harper, Helen Cap Lucille Pristas, Mable Wright, Francis Williams, Ellen Skalko, Rosemary Kiro, Marjorie Riley, Zelma Peterson, Marcella Saurers Fern Emerson, Pearl Arris, Kathyrn Reynolds, Helen Wellman, Nan- cy Dillen, Betty Keihl George Emerson, Dale Iawerence, Andrew Batchelor, Elmer Tau, Er vin Hecker, B111 Millspaw, Edward Doucette, Charles Adams, Delbert Porter, Jerry Clover, Louie Farley, George Cochran, Dlck Walker Mr Ulmer, Albert Salteze, George Peters, Melv1n'Wellman, Clin ton Gilbert, Gordon Peters, Donald Hostettler, Donald Dowler, John Offner, James Hailwood, Bill Salteze, Steve Sekula, Alan Rowland, Delos Port, Gerald Harned The Freshman class has not been very active this year We did not e lect officers until late ln the sea son The officers elected were President Jerry Clover Vice President John McNees Secretary Zelma Peterson Treasurer Eleanor Porter Acting as our class advi or, Mr Ulmer proved himself to be very efficient and understanding in help ing to work out our problems In the future, we shy freshmen hope we will be better acquainted and also more active than we have been in the past Front Row Second Row Third Row 7z'4cwcZYz'5 Fred Skelton, Tommy'W1llrich, Evelyn Decker, Joan Cootes, Caro line Christensen, Normon Saures, Andrew Sheets, Jimmy Pontis Miss Howard, Vera Hasbrouke, Mona Folmar, Barbara Tuttle, Doris Zlndle, Jane Abbott, A1leen,Hecker, Ann Clawson, Charleen Camp bell, Bettv Baker, Margaret Harned, Beata Hawkins, Cynthia Al corn,,Amiee Doucette Donald Abbott, Walter Ghering, Wade Curry, Harley Tau, Ronald Jones, Ronald Williams, Ardell Hayes, Ted Hutchison, Donald Hoig, William Alcorn, Tommy Warner, Kenneth Curry, Edward Dundon The seventh and eighth grades have been so busy studying this yearthat we haven't had time for meetings or par ties besides a Christmas and Valentine Day party At the beginning of the year thenew members to our room were Donald Hoig, Ronald Jones, an Harley and Everett Tau in the eighth grade, while in the seventh grade, we had Thomas Willrich, Theondore Vador, and Tohn Paul Coving ton Later we welcomed Anna Marie Clauson to our school John Covington moved to his original home in Mississ iope In December, Joan Cootes joined us and in January, Bill and Cynthia A1 corn joined us, also Jean Klrker who had been with us two years, moved in February to Youngstown, Ohio and now we hear that Carolyn Christen sen is moving to Erie Wade Curry was first and the only one so far in seventh erade t get four A's and Andrew Sheets has been the only one n eighth vrade Our first student teacher this yearwas Mr Thelbert Johnson who taught us Histor1 and whom we found wa cpite intere ting In March we welcomed Miss Morrison and Miss Lew is Miss Morrison has many inter esting H1StOTy'ClaSSeS with the eighth grade and the same goes for Miss Lewis Altggether lt'S been a pleasant year . . 1 U . . . . . ' i o A - . . . . . S a . . . . o ' 1 . . . . Q .-.- I - I Q 1 . . Q Q I . nc , L . -- il K . -- . . 3 -I - Q . Q . . .- . . .I - . . 1 J 1 . . U . . . ' . 1 1 . . . . . . , -u - . . . . , ,D , . . . . - 1 . O O . L -, . , . - - L, Q . Q . . - 5 Q . . - Q . . . . 0 S ,- S - , A 0 0 n , . 1 1 Z . . . , . . - Q 3 . . . - Q . ' . . - . . , o ..,4,y,g.g,.sufn-ww- up tar- 4 14, ' I N .5 'f ! J i U ln... ,-:auf r fulyih 1' -2 , g, ? 'L Q- EJ' ,nk I Ql- .GX '23 It 'lv . ,ff at 'Q 7! The Turtles had a good season this year and owe much of it to the fact that Ken Westlake was coaching. It was his coaching, helping, and exam- ple that pointed the way to the fine season we engoyed The County this year was divided into two parts East and West with the winner of the East playing the winner of the West for the County Cup, and also, the cup received for the champ- ionship division The Turtle Quintet st rted the league Dames with uch vigor that it was apparent we were Doing places Soon Edlnboro met Girard with both teams being tied first place in the East rn section Here a streak of bad luck hit the Turtles and we lost 24 21, followed by loosing 15 10 to Waterford, however, we came out sec ond WWW This year, Edinboro was invited to attend the yearly Waterford Tourna ment together with seven other teams of the county The very first night we suffered a defeat of 28 23 to West Springfield, it was followed by hit ting Cambridge 29 14, thus clinching the consolation trophy, with Albion in the championship clinch Han on was selected as the second Waterford first and Hellyer and Cry der of Albion third and fourth The contest for the honor of repre- senting the Eastern division in the county play-off was held in our College Gym. Here the Turtle Quintet lost 25 20 to the Albion team, which won the contest by defeating Girard. Since Edinboro and Cambridge had been evenly matched, the two teams played one game at each home school for the benefit of the Red Cross The Tur tles defeated Cambridge in both games and the Red Cross netted Q79 25 on the two games The highest scoring honor th s gear goes to Vere Woods, who totaled 196 points Second is Martin Hecker with 123 points and then Leroy Hanson with 121 markers The rest f the boys did a fine Job in support ine these three and in making the team click and produce the results we received 7 Hanson selected for the all tournament first team,and Woods was se lected for the second team Some of the trophies were not pre sented and will be delivered later t the winners. Although the season is now offic ially over, there will be an Alumnae Game and possibly a Senior Underclass xmngwms a season qust as pro perous and v1c torious as this venr mm? The Bab Turtles enwoyed e fair season under the excellent guidance of Coach Sherwood, who pent a lot of his time coacdinv and teacninv e boys how to play and enwoy the succ essful se son ther had The eason tarted slowlv, with the Turtles loosing their fir t two vames31 13 to litusville Soon after th s defeat, tae Tunior Quintet won over UVB? Albion by a t o point 1 d 1? 10 From the st rt, the Babf Turtles climbed stead ly over oppo pn teams, defeatlng them right and left and wound up with an impressive record 1n the scorebook Next year's team, despite the loss of their first five to the Varsity, ex oects to have a victorious season Q . 0 . . - . A Q L . . . . N. . a . Q to . S .9 - ' 1 7 A LJ ' D " ' . . . - A o 9 .'. 9 . ' I 0 O 1 - ' 3 1 ' 3 . O -. O . 7 . ' . . was Q - :JJ ' . ' ' ' 0 , - ' - . . O . . . . - . . . . . L . 1 . . . . . . - - .s . . most valuable player with Hare of Next year the team is also expecting ' r -- . Q s . ' - . 0 - L . L -- o I I Q . 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Somethlnv n W w T1 added To thls organ1za+1on at the oeennnlnv of the second semester It va the elecolon of nfflCPT whtch are as follows. r den M r on B I Pre dent Cac Clrlsten en Secretary Arlene Harned Tlea mrer Merqorie Campbell LlbT97lcUS Paal1ne Campbell Al1ce Wnllsoaw Tn 'pr1l the Glfle Chorus Have Sorlng Concert Wlcxed The Mixed Chorus was 1ust pett1nU second we +er rolled around anl lt had to be llotpeo me ter, howew 1 , ore ented profr n entwtled nCnr1 mas 1U Sons. + that evenwnv when marched down the dark alsles of the AUd1tOFlum carrylnv l ahted candles 1U thelr hands Cnr ng nv HO Cone 'll Ye Faithful W The glrls were dressed Wn wh1+e and the bows were 1n d rk ults The ororram well attended.and was enqoyed Belo e ecord se the Mixed Chorus N7 ver! beaufwpul the Mlxed Chorus gems! To start the Veer of waht, the Band aooeared t the Howe f0qtba11 QHWGS nl nleved for manf of the peo neet1nUo On lebruary 3, th band nlaved b tween acts of +he Junlop Plav, WHeart Trouble U The Orchestra plaved t the Chrlstmas pro ram, but the b1g moment For the Orchestra thls vear was 1n April, when NDQS Thompsor's baton went un for the f1r + no+e of song played be ore the curtain the q9U1OP Play WCollege De e orchestral number wled much 0 play ani made lt a grsxt ucc ss lws+ 1P+lV1tV of the year For +1112 OI' ne tne mm, l Qrcmnstrawa Commencenent at vh1c1 D the orche tra plaved Zneemlle The Wnsemble was not or onwved thls vear untwl eoond emester and +he members are as polloms Gerwliwne B ker, Gae Cor1stensen Rebecca Knoxlton, Al1CG Mlllspaw Helen ANGBTSON, K therlne Dwrtoo M1FJOPlP C mpb ll, Norm Ne b1+t MnT1OH Blbv, P1Yl715 uardner .nd The Ensemble nr for m3PolP' town, for as embly, and Q the Qprlne Concert. Then at l1,t tie En emble sanp t Baccalwureite 140 The three pre+tr plrls that make un the Tr1o sane many tlmes torouvh out the vedr. Thev sane lor he Chrl tmas progrmn,in dlfferent ass emblles, at meetvnvs dn town, and al so in the Spr1ng Concert The Twlrlers, led b Nwrlon Blby, wowln th1 year nracticed many twmes, but the only tlme tddt tle' shoved us what thev had learned U ln ess emblv. I thmnk everyone enwoved Watchlng them. I W . L3 -1 r t 8. A . . . , N F . D L , ,E . , .A J . . , . . . - V , . V . - . - 3 .- . , .6 A A Q . . ' er vas f ' T ' S, V J C . . , . . p , f . ol .. ,D . 5 . X ., , l V . . . L- - . n , l ,. L . f s as , re r, , ,-c. -l C 'az , Tn . , A D , , L . o 1 S . -J " ' ,V ,.Q.. ,"'S E,C1,, A :YJ , - I ,, 1 ,, L ,, ,L ,gy . ,, L 'C , Q pg gg.-.1 D ' ' + 4 'b. - - . 851- ,-- a l . 1 J Urn. L,,U , M., 1 a - tie 1 ' .' Q. , 4. ' , ,slr --a. 1 N c Q .u,.,ra, S 1 . 1 - C m lol "' - - - 1. JS f c V .., , . Q HHS 1 .J ", . K .. a . . . I '1 -.. 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V x . a . . mlZeS At the end of the f1TSt semester the staff was orvan zed and d T135 were as ngned bf tie odmto All the ptcturo for t o yearbook were t ken by the Schaable blson Studios r oon after the ClT1StmaS V8CWtlOH After all the wr1te ups were 1n and the typlng wa completed, the Dubll her The staff was Puvded through all dlfflcult e by mr Curry and through hls helpful advlce, the Yearbook wa a sucoes Thl fear Gerald1ne Baker was ed ltor the flr t semester durinv whlcb tlme she had the helpful BSSlSt noe of Ruth Peterson as Ass stant Editor Shortly after the second semester started, Geraldlne left us to fake over the work on the yearbook and Ruth took over as Edltor 1n Chlef At thls twme Jack Rogers was made Ass 1stant Edltor The Dress club had lots of fun this year attemptlng to publish its monthly ed1t1on Although we hadmany troubles and made everal mlstakes we are lookinv forward to a better year next year 7mzfZe Staff Geraldlne Baker Edltor Arlene Harned Boo ' eper Dale Webst r Bu 1HPSq Manafer Marlon B1by -C11 ses Boyd Pher1ng Sport Allce Mlll pan Muslc Ronald Doucotte Art But Abbott Photography Phyllls Gardner TVD1St Clara Tarbell Proofreader 544444 Sang Faculty AdV1SOT Mr Curry Edltor 1n Chlef Ruth Peterson Assistant Ed1tor Jack Rodgers Art Ed1+or Ronald Doucette Soorts -George Vadasz Classes M rlon Blby Stlrley Vatter Betty Hostettler Betty Klehl Exchanve Ed1lOT Bud Pbbott Tyoist Elnora Shrader . 1 . 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D , -- t C . . u L -9 4. , I G O .wmv-:nov-...v'-9-.-f...,.,,... -.Q he Cdttdfbp The annu l Tunior Dlaf nroduc ed on Thur venino, Eebruarr 3 1044 he ol '1 "Heart Trouble," rritten bv Vovani Cfener ine setting t lwvi e roon of Tred Morr1son's lou e in '1 llexille a town 1D the Middle W t, in June The Story lrs Gr ce Morrison Rutm Peter on tie bnhisticeted monier of thr e ci llren, Lau a Mario 19 Campbell , Da+ Tean Web ter , wnl Juraor Ger Clofer Tr , is vreatlr up et ofer tue calm t wtude ol her some Rodalcl, toward the opemnrf of the new country cluo Tn her humiliation, tears come and Fred ianore them, sendwnv her next door to no sip with May Tucker, about the new golf pro The new wolf pro, Mr Conrad Tyler Clftonald Abbottl, comes to town and introduces himself to Laura This makes Tommy Caler Cgonald Doucettej, a clerk in the drup storf, who she has been no no w1th for fears, very uoset de doesn't believe that Laura really likes Tyler, but that she i 66604 I three ct comelv was th ClO1CG of tu senior of Ed1 horo Viva cnool for their annual olav ore ent d April 27, l0A4 The nlav concerns Hartoale, a tyoical little college town, and the action took place wt NMa M1tcne1l's Coffee Shonpee,Wthe unofficial off the-camnus club Harold WDukeU D quet 15 the heir at Hartdales's gre1+est benefec+or, a small tmnm bo who went to New fork and became e ltqy Bv the term of his f ther's 1111, Duke lS reauzred graduate from aartd le b fore he can come into the estate Duke, just out of a wanky n t rn Pren school, was thoroughly disgusted with the orospect of life at Hartdale, which has no fraternities, likewise, no football team. So, to pep-up things be changed identities with Slim Wig- gins a country bov from Corn Hollow, Neb., who was goinq to work his way through college. Duke becomes Slim, and Slim, a shy, gangling, country youth was reouired tozact the part of Ju t making a fool of he self Due to Fred's s hevm fr D t rfoes lonm to nn e Laura yealou Lenore Annleby S 11lef Vdtt r , iuv tes Junior to o o L e OL n1no of h country club 1 to her He f U Tetnro Apoleox Geor I dasz , local banker, c n't believe that daugntar mould do uch a thin? COmNlltPe f nallv dec del to muy l nd from Fred, 1 to enla e Lolf c ur e, nuch to the ielivht everyone 11S lhe tie ne Tu t we n L ura l Tvler re get twnv alone well together De trice Ty ler Clea Tohnson , Tvler's wife come This ciuses Laura to turn back to Tommv Grace overcom s her humiliation and sle and Fred wget back touetzer a ain' to use a tern from U9 pla3 Pat conclude tlat 15 all the e- vents, Pop we rightzand we d dn't lo e nyti ng Dhss Trene Brumbauoh 15 to b highly commenled fo her 1 tiene and exuert lll C orshio whwcb lt took to produce our pl r F9 a dashi ng mill 1 onaire from the East for three hundred dollars a month Since there were no football names, the lHtPT st was turned t ward b ketball A new coach, from Corn Hollow, put a feather in his cap bv winnnng the Tri-County Champion ship for the fir t time in fifteen years "Ma" Mitchell, about to lose her nlace to Mr V1ctor, a local banker, ras afed by Dule :hen hlS true identity vas discovered by a fivht xhen Sl1m struck Ossie Victor. The characters included Harold Duquet WDuken Boyd Gherinv Ma Mitchell Norma Ne b1tt Iohn Wiggins WSl1mn Raymond Zim er Shirley Mitchell-Arlene Harned Lana Henderson-Phyllis Gardner Bill Taylor-George Gall Katherille Sh.iI1JlGI'..Gae Christensen Ella Rose-Rebecca Knowlton Vivian Parker-Geraldine Baker Ossie Victor-Richard Jones Pete Lewis-Dale Webster Mr. Victor-John Chamberlain I 1 '1 ' ' vvnc - ' 9 4 Y. 4.1. : 1 t nc..-.' A A Q -I , , ,L . , 1 0 1 Q ,L :J- F . '77 fi . ' " 1 .:f.f21,, V .Q . uf , , ec. no . U ou 1, vi th . H1 1 ' , 4 T1 : 3-If -'-'f 3 1 ff l Q LC, C , S. . .. . ' . ' L, ' ' . - ' 1 - . V -. V .1 - jf. .. 1 C n ' 3 .1 We D .1 1 " ml ' -2 P. ' ' M .' 4. 4.1 ' - k is MFE -1 .. J , 1, .1 ,ve .. ,J - t. e . . ,,. . l.. . Il. 1 1 . . . A s M, , QQ1 f -1 , 1 , A U1 H U ,, ,r a zer, . . , F . ,, , , 1 . . 2 . Go . , ,, , , -, y C ge -a t,e + ---- V - 3 ' ,g' , . . , . N .. .. , a , - t C -s J , 1' . ,. - . 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New officers elected were: Paul Skelton Presldent Vere Wooos Secretarv Andy Speck Treasurer Ted Davls Reporter The boys Judged at the Waterford Falr and won several prizes P Skel ton and B Gherlng were Key tone win n r of +he State Awards Repa1r1nq Farm maehlnery and plant wne veg table seed turned unto quite an lndustry An tes f1lm machine was pre ented to the H1qh School by the F F A We were proud of Paul Tau, and Ted Davis, who joined +he armed forces John Ch8mb0Tl8lU has Jolned the Naval Reserve but wwll complete hls senior year Www The Home Ec Club, a member of the State and Nat1onal Assoelatnon, had a membersh1p of th1 ty 51T1 under M1ss Tuley The obgeot of the club was to serve school and community In add wtion there has been en engovable measure of fun Off1C9P for the first seme ter Presvdent M B1bV V re Knowlton Sec D Davls Treas M Devls Cfflcers for the seecnd semester Presldent H Muklna V Pres Klneon Sec Dlllon Tres Peter on The Dramat1c Club, under M155 Prumbauph, spon ored two major plays, h ch were nueart roublen, Tunlors an 'College Dazen, SPN1OFS The leadung parts were taken b W Campbell and Pmd Nwrng The D amatlcs Club P 0 ented Assembly a 1 t play Qhtlt ed uUncle Mell's Merr5 Chrlstma W Nlth C Eetu k1 takmng the leading rol A solilo Guy entltl d nDoro+hy Dumb's PhTlStm8S qHOPDlHg was ewven by P Gardner The Model Club, which was under the supervision of Mr. Jackson, con- sisted of twenty-eight boys. President Allen Rowland V PTGS1d9Dt George Emerson Although QCtlVlt1 s w re carrmed on only durlng the fir t em ster, ue had good time constructing model a rplan Qeecmwi The Che and Checkers Club, was 1CtlV0 during the f1r t sem ter under th supervlslon of Mr Tackson and Mr Ulmer Th club con 1St9d of fifty member who had a great de l of fun durlng the games ,-hz wad The Art Club, under M1 s Odell, d1d unterestzng work n modelfng and o1l pawnting Several students from thds group made posters for plays, dances, ball game and skating par t1es Off1cer were Pres -Gall V Pres Bwtusku Sec Trees uboucy. .lclzwzq and The Ttb ary Club, under Mass G1l more and cons1s+1ng of twenty glrls, m ets once every Neek This year the membe have added S ventyflve college has loaned one thousar ln termediat and elementary books The afm of the club lS to have a working lubr ry for benefit and enjoyment 7a We Z The Trl H1 Y had thlrtv members ner dvl or, W1 s Gdell, who wa a vsted by these optncers lor ma Ie bltt Pres , HTlDkO V Pres Knw lton Sec , T Nesb1+t, Treas Th cllb ent Yew Ve r' curls to all the loc l bo s and gwrl 1U tle erv ce, o TllClDulGd ln t e reef 0' prever bf orc ent ne mue1c At the flr t meetlng, Mrs Harold Gherlng gave an lnterestlnv talk -.. . 12 . . 11 1 f . 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Ed la oHomeBlcey FRESH Fuller S Market BAKED GOODS 1 Meats and GFOCCYICS E b Try Our Lzmvlzes Samzdzz Dmry Products Edzfzboro Dzzzry Bm' BUCHANAN S BAKER s Sc to S1 00 Store BUS STATION CANDY ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS Red and White Store wzxmmmmwmmmmxmwwam Q S. E. TYQMBLE jeweler Owned and Operated by Edinboro, Pennsylvania., C. C. E R P PHONE 383, EXHRHRRHHHRHHRHHHH l in or a r LZ 1 f 1 . Q9 din oro, Pa. 1 1 FRANK LIEMER, PRQP. Sf? 1 O U 'M--C 1 s 1 1 1 Compliments of 1 ' M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 B U D S COOPER BARBER SHOP FAMILY IRVING R ST JOHN rfifwxsz Just1ce of the Peace General Insurance EDINBORO PENNSYLVANIA ZINDEL 8: STAUFFER HARDWARE GROCERIES ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT EDINBORO PENNA The Vlllage Glft Shop STATIONERY DRY GOODS Edniboro Pennsy1van1a G. U. HOPKINS DIAL 2473 A LITTLE BIT EVERYTHING EDINBORO PA Complzmerzts o Edmboro Pa KEYSTONE MILL G L F FLOUR FEED FERTILIZER EDINBORO PENNA S W MOTOR ERIE AND MARKET STREETS EDI N BORO, PEN NA. PHONE 2502 q Q I OF EI ' .... POPULAR PRICES FOR ALL THE ., I ii' ,, PI' Q21 ju . 3 I I f I GDR. G. W. MINIUM T ' ' - r E T SWOT-T , i u in ' n, ro . Q 1' I i1 -. -. L li ' I 1 fr E , ' PHONE 2822 1 P ' r' X I I i Endicott Johnson Factory Shoe Store A CoF31e:1eleL1:1:1: oijicltwea Pop 1a P ces ERIE PA 1112 State St eet ERIE PA ERIE COMMERCIAL CCJLLEGE SpeclaIlsts In Business Training STATE AT EIGHTH D KRUM P FOUNDED 1931 Trask, Prescott KL Rlcharclson First Quality Merchandise STATE AT NINTH STREETS ERIE PA Erze Buszness Collage IVI E NI B E R O F National Association of Business Colleges Pennsylvania Association of Private Business Schools . P. MCGREAVY, PRES PHONE 23-814 220 W. 9TH STREET I m i r 4 r mi I u r ri 1 I O I ' ' 1' I 3 I 1 ' I PHONE 22-644 I I U I O C , 0 O I Tfmf Good Gulf 6as .9L'fiflDEMAN7fl 5' 645' .S'M7l0N Ar Me Irafhc tgirl SQEIIHHMUIIBHILIIE STIl'llUlIUDlNUlfS feauty Salam QAVIS SHIELDS Jolley s Pharmacy DINBORO PENNS L ANIA H G GILLASPIE EdIhbOI'0 Independent FURNISHINGS YLIPp L P EDINBO O PENNSYLVANIA o 0 m m I O U TELEPHONE 22-413 0 2 0 E C EET . IE E N . . EN F. SCHAU . . l l the Drug Store F M I 2 l F. H. JOLLEY, PROP. Proprietor E , Y V Compliments of n u O , Laclues - Men's . WA L APER . I our oca a er Hpparel and Equxpment For Zortman Flour 81 Feed Co HUNTING C L Zot FISHING CAMPING RIDING L PRESS Sz CO 1206 I6 State St Eme Crossroads Dmor PAUL R GLEETEN MGR Gra1n Feed Custom Gr1nd1ng t Rd tt Sh dy d I y Poultry Da1ry and Horse Feeds STANFORD S SUPER MARKET E C STANFORD Prop PHONE 2392 EDINBORO PENNA IIEIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIFIFIIEIE SIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIEI CHICKEN DINNERS LUNCHES SODAS Mrs Mable Sensor, Proprletor Colleges ix In the.: Styled 1 Aww, J Jlfeyer Qualzty J Clothes Rliop 6 Manner Suits - Topcoats ' Sports Ensembles College Shlrts College Shoes Underwear Hoslery College Necktles College Hats All Types All Types Always Reasonably Priced ZZ?'21i"e"' P. A. MEYER S1 SONS I5 I I I ' I ' ' ' has. . r man, Prop. I I I I 0 O I ' ' ' Dis ributors for " e Le er,"" a - 0 ' side" an " ron Cit " Brands of - ' Pa ' .., . , . 7 O I ' v - . . 3 I Hosr TO TRAVELERS .L , 5 QP' Q. IIJ! I N E. - I , Q


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