Elderton High School - El Hy An Yearbook (Elderton, PA)

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'fl A S-SJ NR As our forefathers were pioneers in the new Westem World in the seventeenth century, so have we, the Senior Class of 1951, been pioneers in a new educational program. Those hardy pioneers, through courage and perseverance, paved the way for modern education. Today we, too, have been a part of modern education in progress, and we have seen in four years how our school has grown. Having been pioneers in education has better prepared us for richer, fuller lives. C O N T E N T S -if Introduction ,4........,...,...,..................,...,..,... Page 2 Faculty ......,..,4..,.... ............. P age 9 Seniors .,...,.n.....n........,..... .......,...,. P age 12 Underclassmen .....,,.., .,,n,.......,. P age 30 Activities ....nn,......n...n,. ,............ P age 37 Q2 Sports .,...,....., .......,.a.,. P age 50 I-I '--Q ,.,,,, VN zu: .,., J. H. -2... THE '51' EL-HI-AN I CC 7 77 Thar s Pioneer Spirit in Them Thar WaHs Published by the Senior Class of Elderton High School, Elderton, Pennsylvania. CLASS COLORS ...,.......,.........,....i.i...........i.,................. Blue and Gold FLOWER ,..........,..,....... A...,..,..,i.........,,........................., W hite Roses MOT'ro ....4,,...4.. i.......... ' 'So much to dog so little done." ...3... x IN MEMORIAM MARIE HANNA 1935-1950 The Sophomore Class of 1951 would like to dedicate this page of the EL-HI-AN to one of our very well-known classmates, Marie Hanna, who passed away this previous summer. We all remember her for her friendliness to everyone in her class and her ready willingness to help anyone. She was born at South Bend, Pennsylvania, on May 6, 1935. Marie lived in South Bend all her life. Marie was an active member of the F. H. A. Club last year and was to have been president of the Tri-Hi-Y this year. ..4.. Our Supervising Principals Message I have an especially warm spot in my heart for your class because we entered Elderton High School together in September, 1947. The past four have been years of change for all of us. I hope these changes have been for the best and that you are leaving Elderton Joint High School better prepared because of these changes. Again the roots of the tree of liberty are being watered with the blood of patriots while we pray for enduring peace. War-like thunder clouds loom over- head. Remember that the sun often shines brightest after a thunderstorm. Courage and God speed to you on the journey ahead. ALEX J. KUNKLE -5- We Dedicate This Volume To AMES B. KANE We, the Senior Class of 1951, wish to dedi- cate this yearbook to James B. Kane who has so willingly given us his time and patience in both teaching and athletic activities. -5- ,ffV,Mff7 f . A I A W Y w I Jykffffffw f I f X OUR COACH OFF GUARD O if A ,e3's.- 5'This is a part of you, believe it or not." Amt "Let's have a hudd1e." "Don't throw it, push it up, boys. BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated, left to right: Clair Miller, Harry Burkett, J. L. Hawk, C. H. Rupp, Mrs. Mildred Schall, Ross Wilson, Harlin Smeltzer, R. D. Howard, C. N. Green, D. E. Rupert. Standing: James Smith, Russel Geidel, J. O. Farester, john Wilson, Charles Everhart. Not Present: G. V. Elgin, William Altman, Burton Townsend, Wilber Rearick, Delone Wood. O F F I C E R S President ..,.........,. .......,......,.......,.............................. D ELONE Woon Vice President ..,,..., ..,.,.,... M Rs. MILDRED Sci-:ALL Treasurer ........,.,.. ...,..........,............... C . H. RUPP Secretary ,......... .......... H ARLIN SMELTZER -3.- fun? db ' ,. fl" N N L, , -QQ A ill YAY ' YA' fi! If X I 4 0 'A et at 71 oil FLORENCE UHREY, B.A. Fredonia, Pennsylvania Fredonia High School Grove City College English, Spanish Activities: Hi-View, El-Hi-An, Plays MARY ANN PORTER, B.A. Mt Lebanon, Pennsylv nia PAUL R. FLEMMING, B.S. Butler, Pennsylvania Butler High School California Stale Teachers Colligo! l' f f YI l Industrial Arts, Driver Training, Science Activity: Tri-Hi-in f W N x J, W, ' l Mt. L I1 o H' h S h l ' Grovee C1731 nColl5ge C oo f,tfV"l! English, History W l' Activities: Plays, El-Hi-An JOHN DEEMER, B.S. South Bend, Pennsylvania Elderton High School Indiana State Teachers College Math, Science, Geography, Health Activities: Student Council glff we it J osEP1-i DEBSKY, B.S. Rickeyville, Pennsylvania Centerville High School Indiana Slate Teachers College Band, Chorus Activities: Chorus, Band Jizssus J. COLGAN, B.S. Elderton, Pennsylvania Marion Center High School Indiana Stale Teachers College Elementary Education W6 Al I y V 1 ft 1 ff gl ' .1 1 MARY P. DENNING, B.S. Indiana, Pennsylvania Ebensburg High School Indiana State Teachers College Social Studies Activity: Tri-Hi-Y Elderton, Pennsylvania Elderton High School Indiana State Teacher: College Penn State College Chemistry, Biology, General Science Activity: Home Room W JAMES B. KANE, B.S. Mt. Jewett, Pennsylvania Mt. jewel! High School University of Pittsburgh Physical Education, Health - 1 A 4f,, .,,,5, , .1 ,ffflfv THELMA Cenurrr, B.S. Cadogan, Pennsylvania Kittanning High School Indiana Slate Teacher: College Business Education Activities: Hi-View, El-Hi-An HAROLDF. LONGWELL,B.S., M.S. Dixonville, Pennsylvania Green Township High School Penn Stale College Vocational Agriculture Assistant Administrator Activities: F. F. A. JOHN HERCEG, B.S., M.Ed. New Kensington, Pennsylvania Plum Township High School Slippery Rock Stale Teacherx College General Math, Algebra, Geometry Activities: Film Club, El-Hi-An " .I ,. I "' ,,L4,f! Zx'Q.4,.A66 ,Lf ' . , 4 -- 'ifr7"" . 5 5,16 14.1. 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OFFICERS HOWARD DELONE WINGARD .,.............JANICE HEILMAN ...r,...........V1v1AN SMITH -14- CLASS HISTORY OF. "51" On September 2, 1947, the doors of E. J. H. S. opened to a group that later became the "Class of '5 l". There were many wanderers in the hall until we got to know the rooms and classes. Our first year courses consisted of Civics, Gen- eral Mathematics, English I, and Science. The instructors were Mr. Brown, Mr. Curry, Mrs. Ru- pert, Mrs. Wood, and Mr. Kunkle, supervising principal. This year the class consisted of Vivian Smith, Della Peterman, Louise Rupert, Francis Win- gard, Doris Westlake, Mabel Frailey, Patricia Emert, Elmira Emert, Janice Heilman, Luella Ankeny, Eleanor Rearick, Velma Cribbs, Ma jorie Shaffer, Donald Freehling, Ronald Rearick, Floyd Sheasley, Donald Farster, Gerald Howard, Blair Bleakney, Delone Wingard, Wayne. Frailey, Guy Reefer, and James Flickinger. Heading the class were President, Delone Wingardg Vice President, Gerald Howard, Secretary, Janice Heilman, Treasurer, Luella Ankeny. In October came a fearful event-initiation- after which there was a party held to welcome us into the line of classes. It wasn't long until vacation rolled past and we came back to the same old building, but as a new class, "Sophomores". This year we added to our class Bernard Boy- er, Bernice Boyer, Robert Rearick, Peggy Silvis, Louise Crownover, Donna Smeltzer, Floyd Smail, and Jim Henderson. During the year we lost Guy Reefer, Wayne Frailey, and Robert Rearick. Guiding the class were President, Ronald Rear- ick, Vice President, Guy Reefer, Secretary, Jan- ice Heilmang Treasurer, James Flickinger. Our subjects were Biology, World History, Algebra I, English II, Shop, Home Economics, and Music. The instructors were Miss Emigh, Mrs. Denning, Mrs. Spicher, Mrs. Rupert, Miss Colonna, Mr. Herceg, Mr. Kane, and Mr. Brown. This year Gerald Howard was received on the Varsity Basketball Squad. Soon it was May. That meant our vacation would start, and we were through for another year. Another vacation soon rolled by. On August 29, 1949 we entered E. J. H. S. for our third year. During the preceding year and the summer we lost Guy Reefer, Wayne Frailey, and Dwight Wagner. This term the subjects and teachers were U. S. History, Mr. Hercegg Physics, Mrs. Denningg Health and Physical Education, Mr. Kane, Plane Geometry, Mr. Herceg, English III, Mr. Faulkner, Home Economics, Mrs. Spicher and Miss Nuceg Commercial, Mrs. Rupert, Shop, Mr. Brown, Music, Miss Colonna. For the activities the class had a square dance, Junior Play, and the one that took most of the treasury was the Junior-Senior Prom. When the year ended, we had 563.18 in the treasury. The officers of our class were as follows: Presi- dent, Gerald Howardg Vice President, Ronald Rearick, Secretary, Janice Heilman, Treasurer, Luella Ankeny. On September 5, 1950 the last vacation of our school years in E. J . H. S. was linally over. As we look back on our school days we see the work and effort that has sent another group out into the world. Last year we lost Doris Westlake and Francis Wingard. We also lost Marjorie Shaffer and Elmira Emert because of marriage. The officers were President, Gerald Howard, Vice President, Delone Wingardg Secretary, Jan- ice Heilmang Treasurer, Vivian Smith. The subjects were Home Economics, Algebra II, English IV, Chemistry, Commercial, Shop, Problems of Democracy, and Agriculture. The teachers were Miss Tucker, Mr. Herceg, Miss Uhrey, Mr. Rupert, Miss Cerutti, Mr. Longwell, Miss Porter, and Mr. Flemming. Our class also had six members on the basket- ball team, Gerald Howard, Blair Bleakney, Ron- ald Rearick, Donald Freehling, Jim Henderson, and Floyd Sheasley. Members of the cheering squad were Eleanor Rearick, Peggy Silvis, and Louise Crownover. On November 10, we sponsored a round, square, and polka dance. The Night Hawks played and called for the dance. On November 17, our class presented the Senior Play, entitled "Excuse Me, Please". It was directed by Miss Uhrey and Miss Porter., The play was a farce comedy in three acts consisting of sixteen characters. For a motto we chose, "So much to do, so little done." As class colors we selected blue and gold and the white rose was our class flower. -15.- ' few SENIORS LUELLA ANKENY Tad Known to all as "Tad" the people's pal . . . brown curly hair and flashing smile . . . plays a French Horn . . . likes to square dance . . . Ambition-X-ray technician . . . F. H. A. 2, 3, 49 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Band 2, 3, 49 Chorus 39 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soft Ball 49 County Band 2, 39 District Band 2, 39 Orchestra 2, 39 Class Treasurer 1, 39 Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 29 Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 49 Hi-View 4g El-Hi-An 49 "Adam's Evening" 39 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. BLAIR BLEAKNEY' Buster Slim and tall . . . likes to play basketball . . . ambition-plane pilot or mechanic . . . J. V. Basketball 19 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 49 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4g Intramural Softball 49 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 49 Hi-View, El-Hi-An, "Adam's Evening" 39 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. MJMMM .. QW.. ,QZA-slf-'Y-'E BERNARD BOYER Sparky Hails from South Bend . . . has no special friend . . . wants to be a farmer . . . J. V. Basketball 3g F. F. A. 2, 3, 49 Intramural Basketball 3, 49 Softball 3, 4g Student Council 49 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 49 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNICE BOYER Willie Our small wonder at the typewriter . . . a nice combination of beauty and brains . . . excells in home ec . . . ambition-seamstress . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3-, 4g Chorus President 49 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 F. H. A. 2, 3, 49 F. H. A. President 39 Cheerleader 39 Student Council 1, 4g Student Council Treasurer 4g Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. W w:'i3?,Q'5f -16... SENIORS VELMA LEE CRIBBS Shorty "Shorty" goes all out for dancing . . . works down at Shaffer's . . . ambition-beautician . . . Tri-Hi-Y President 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 45 Chorus 3, 45 Hi-View 45 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. Louisa CROWNOVER Crownover "Crownover" a popular lass and a favorite to all . . . was active as a cheerleader . . . wants to be a typist . . . Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Mushball 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 I-Ii-Vigav 45 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. w ,, I P .. t. I V K1 4.-1 1' ROGER ELLENBERGER Rocky Athletics is his first love . . . top honors in baseball . . . to his friends he is known as "Rocky" . . . ambition is to be a carpenter . . . F. F. A. 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 4. PATRICIA ANN EMERT Pat Nickname is "Pat" . . . enjoys basketball and dancing . . . wants to be a telephone operator . . . Chorus 3, 45 F. H. A. 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 45 El-Hi-An 4. 1.3,0o.J,ofu,aCIi4-f ...pd-t.f -17- SENIORS DONALD FREEHLING Hugh "Hugh" is really an all-around guy, not only held his own on the basketball lioor, but in other activities, too . . . wants to be a machin- ist . . . Class Historian, I-Ii-View 1, 2, 3, 45 El-Hi-Ang Orchestra 2, 33 Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus lg J. V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Softball 4g Baseball 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, Film Club 43 "Adam's Evening" 35 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. JAMES FLICKINGER Flick "Flick" is small but flighty . . . got along with his classmates . . . a member of the band . . . wants to be a forest ranger . . . Hi-View 3, 4g Intramural Softball 4g F. F. A 49 Band 2, 3, 4g "Excuse Me, Please" 4. "64'i..z, -zz CLARA MABEL FRAILEY Dimples Sweet and lovely . . . 'have you seen her dimples? . . . interested in Q Gerald . . . Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 4g Intramural Softball 4, "Excuse Me, Please" 4. DONALD LELAND FARSTER Don This speed demon likes to buzz about in his "Dodge" . . . wants to be a truck driver . . . F. F. A. 3, 49 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. Jwefew 'L 28974, 1. -13- 1y.LJ"' MWM sENloRs 55.1 ,if W , j i 0 D bil JAMES HENDERSON Jim Kept his classmatees amused with his never ending antics . . . member of the Student Council . . . ambition is to join the Navy . . . Baseball 2, 3, 45 J. V. Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 45 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. DELLA PETERMAN Petey "Petey" to most of us . . . those posters you saw in the hall were probably printed by Della . . . helped with the class play . . . Student Council Secretary 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 2, 45 Student Council President 45 Majorette Club 45 Hi-View 2, 45 El-Hi-An 4. -19.- GERALD HOWARD Bush A tried and true basketball champion . . . helped to make the '50 team a really fine one . .' . wants to be a Physical Ed teacher . . ambition is to be a basketball coach . . . Class Vice President 1, 25 Class President 3, 45 Student Council 25 Film Club 45 Hi-View 1, 2, 35 El-Hi-An Business Manager 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 45 Chorus 1, 25 Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 "Adam's Evening" 35 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. JANICE HEILMAN Janice Brains and personality in just the right amount . . . a professional at drawing . . . Quiet type . . . Hi-View 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Class Treasurer 25 Orchestra 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Intramural Softball 45 El-Hi-An 45 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. Ft M' ,P wg, wx H A ii 5 NIP is ui xc X0 ox 'Ocx yxtyy. N Gi ivq e- if ix 12 ui X9 ' 6 3- Ku s 2 wx if-5 3 . '-A N v. ' 0 X2 K :cr Agg- SN' Ugli QQ ,ggniff , 120' U s I '. SENIORS if ELEANOR REARICK Red Small girl . . . ambitious . . . one of our peppy cheerleaders . . . wants to be a waitress . . . F. H. A. 3, 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 43 J. V. Cheerleader 35 Varsity Cheerleader 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4g Girl Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 49 "Excuse Me, Please" 4 RONALD REARICK Ron "Above all" a baseball lover . . . tall and friendly . . . studies his algebra with a trying effort . . . wants to play pro-basketball . . . Chorus 1, 2, 33 Film Club 4, J. V. Basketball 1, 2, 33 Varsity Basket- ball 4g Baseball l, 2, 3, 4g Class President 23 Vice President 3, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 4g Intramural Softball 45 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. ..f Levvw I LOUISE RUPER1' Lou Typing is this blonde's specialty . . . speed is her motto . . . expects to be a beautician . . . Student Council 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 2, 35 Intramural'Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-View 1, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2g "Adam's Evening" 35 County and District Band 2. , FLOYD ERWIN SHEASLEY Bus "Big Bus" . . . a nuisance to study hall teachers . . . frequently seen around Mt. Union in his "Li'l Ol' Packard" . . . ambition is to be a farmer . . . Student Council 45 F. F. A. 4, Orchestra 23 Chorus 45 J. V. Basketball 3, 4s Intramural Basketball 3, 4s Intramural Softball 4g "Adam's Evening" 3, "Excuse Me, Please" 4. -20- 45.0144 ef' a,f.,,,.!lmle J -4301 .N , ,JL- JLLJA f 4' 'AAJ i .i JJ W- .nfff-'f"'t . ' 7 We .w , V B l x Wi ,P 5' W J Kyiv' ,ll 'YIM I' SENIORS f",5,l HW 1' f PEGGY SILvIs Peg A peppy cheerleader with lots of attraction . . . her happy-go-lucky personality reels folks in . . . ambition is to be a housewife . . . F. H. A. 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 45 Intramural Softball 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, 45 El-Hi-An 4. DONNA SMELTZER Sally "Sally" is a proper nickname . . . a career on the stage awaits her . . . ambition is to be a graduate nurse . . . F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 County Band 35 District and County Chorus 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 I-Ii-View 45 "Adam's Evening" 35 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. .A I . lj ,X JN ,I f ll K r' Al in K 4 . . X VIVIAN SMITH 1 Smitty "Smitty" really goes for Algebra II Care you kidding! . . . heading for nursing school . . . County Band 35 Band 2, 3, 45 District Chorus 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y Vice President 35 F. H. A. 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Cheerleader 35 El-Hi-An 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 45 Hi-View 4 Intramural Softball 45 Band Librarian 45 "Adam's Evening" 35 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. DELONE WINGARD Wingard Likes square dancing . . . a fine friend . . . most girls don't interest him, only Arlene . . . ambition is to become a barber . . . Class Presi- dent 15 F. F. A. President 4 Student Council 25 Film Club 45 Hi-View 35 El-Hi-An 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 "Adam's Evening" 35 "Excuse Me, Please" 4. ,ZIT Ru GCJED P, Cfv 0 Fr l.DfRE . RU C'?'BBs1o. WNGA Nc. WE'RE LARNIN' ENGLISH The first half of the term was spent studying English Litera- ture. We studied "Macbeth" and many other English authors. Miss Florence S. Uhrey, our English teacher, was our play director, too. Due to lack of time, we spent the last three weeks practicing in our English class. Tryin' Our Actin' Excuse Me, Please! The Senior Class presented their play on November 21 and 22. Several members of the class put together their comedian abilities, dressed as hobos and clowns, and entertained the audience before the beginning of the play. "Bashful Bob' Brantley was the main character. He was afraid of women. The first afternoon at Mrs. Whitson's rooming house, he saw Nancy Starling, a pretty young girl who roomed at Mrs. Whitson's. He fell head over heels in love with her that very minute. Unfortunately, he got her confused with her. room- mate. When he wrote a note asking for a date, the maid gave the note to Nancy's man-crazy roommate, Geraldine Monks. One day he went swimming. He dived into the empty pool-not noticing it was empty. As a result, he had to stay in the house for three days. Geraldine took advantage of this situation. Later when he sent for a license for his car, they made a mistake and sent him a marriage license for Geraldine and himself. He didn't know how to get out of it. He wanted to marry Nancy but instead he seemed headed down the aisle with Geraldine. Then, something happened very unexpectedly. An old friend of Geraldine, side- splitting Thaddeus Huckabee, entered the scene and asked Geraldine to marry him. She accepted him. Bob got Nancy after all. unior Play Adam's Evening Many people still remember the play, "Adam's Evening," put on by the Juniors of "51". It was presented on March 30 and 31. Everybody seemed to enjoy it for it was the talk of the town for weeks. Adam Adams had been having an enjoyable evening while his wife was on vacation. It was so enjoyable that he stayed out until four o'clock with another woman. They got mixed up with a crazy taxi driver who was trying to kill him- self but never accomplished the task. His wife comes home unexpectedly and finds out he was out until four o'clock. He had some tall explaining to do. He told her he was in an accident in which a man was killed. Mrs. Adams sends a wreath of flowers to the dead man who is very much alive. There are some tall entangle- ments that follow, such as the crazy man comes to the Adams' home and tries to kill himself. After being unsuccessful, he explains Adam's situation to Adam's wife. Everything turned out perfectly. The play was directed by Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Brown. . fi, ,h r ,fl CLASS PoEM The class motto of fifty-one, "So much to dog so little done." Describes us-everyone and all, As we harken to the world's call. Though angels now we seem to be, We oft have acted differently. Then, in detention hall have stayed. When noise we made in study hall, Then to the oilice we would Hy. Many teachers' hair turned gray, Before we finished our school days. Through the years we lost quite a few, Whose seats were taken by some new. Until now, here at last remain, ' The twenty-four whom I will name. Bernard, Louise, Blair, and Bernice, Mabel, Delone, Pat, and Janice. Vivian, Roger, Jim, and Donald, Peggy, Eleanor, James, and Ronald. Louise, Gerald, Don, and Della, Donna, Velma, Floyd, and Luella Waiting patiently to receive A goal we have longed to achieve. Time has come for us to utter "Farewell to our Alma Mater." The noise and bustle put aside, And time for us to show our pride. To this poem there's rhyme and reason, And many jokes and tricks have played, It ends our list of Seniors for the season. To all graduates we say "So Long." May God watch o'er you and praise yo UI' S011 -DoNNA SMEL'rzER PEGGY Su.v1s ...25... CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1951, Elderton Joint High School, having achieved in our four years a reasonable' goal, would like to leave a few undisclosed possessions and items behind us: We hereby declare our last will and testament. SECTION I FIRST! To our parents we leave our love and "thanks a million" for making possible our attending high school. - SECOND: To our Supervising Principal, namely Alex J. Kunkle, we leave our thanks for the ' advancement of our high school in size, power, and reputation. THIRD! To the Junior Class we leave the Senior home room and Mr. Herceg, the home room teacher. FOURTH: To the Sophomore Class we will our use of study halls and our manners and hall courtesy. FIFTH: To the faculty we will roses and thanks for the help they have given us toward seek- ing our goal in education and a basis for a future. We wish to leave: ' To Mr. Herceg's future Algebra II students the Algebra books and good luck in your work. ' To Miss Tucker all the unpolished silver, stained pans, and broken dishes. To Miss Uhrey thanks for the fine directing of our play and a class who'll understand English Literature, better than we. To Mr. Rupert many thanks for our amateur chemistry work. To Mr. Longwell all misbehaved students and the future detention halls. To Miss Porter our deepest appreciation for directing our yearbook so finely. To Mr. Kane good luck and some very unpre- dictable basketball teams. Luella Ankeny leaves her energy and basket- ball playing ability to Edith Harkleroad. Blair Bleakney leaves his height to Raymond Schall. Bemice Boyer leaves herself to be the future Mrs. Ronald Shaffer. , Bernard Boyer leaves his quietness to Don Elder. Velma Cribbs leaves her liking for Fords to anyone who finds a use for it. Louise Crownover leaves her ability as an ac- tress to Wilda Johns. Roger Ellenberger leaves his love to Pat Bar- rett. Pat Emert leaves her careful driving ability to Janice McGaughey. This, our last will and testament, has been our class on this 8th day of J une, 1951. Don Farster leaves farming ability to Ray Cashdollar. jim Flickinger leaves his hunting ability, es- pecially deer hunting, to Wayne Meyers. Mabel Frailey leaves her smile, accented with dimples, to anyone who may use it. Don Freehling leaves his personality to any- one who can find a use for it. Janice Heilman leaves her high I. Q. to Jack Rearick. James Henderson leaves his baseball playing to Paul Gillespie. Gerald Howard leaves his ability to play bas- ketballto Stanley Rupert. Della Peterman leaves her ability as a good leader to the future president of the Stu- dent Council. Eleanor Rearick leaves her neat manner of dress to anyone who may find a use for it. Ronald Rearick leaves what he wishes he could take with him namely, Shirley Orr. Louise Rupert leaves herself to be the future Mrs. Harold Stubrick. Floyd Sheasley leaves his carefree manners of acting to Lynn Parks. Peggy Silvis leaves her quietness to Audrey Yount. Donna Smeltzer leaves her ability as a good English student to anyone in need. Vivian Smith leaves her natural curly hair to Marjorie Pasterik. Delone Wingard leaves his square dancing ability to Bill Mclntire. witnessed and signed by the 24 members of -.27... CLASS PROPHECY What will the members of the class of "5 1" be doing' in June, 1961? As I sit in a dimly lighted room looking into my crystal ball, I will predict for you their future as seen by me through this luminous globe. Delone,Wingard is now a licensed barber. He owns one of the largest shops in Pennsyl- vania. I was talking to Janice Heilman and learn- ed that she is getting married. Her husband will not have to worry about Janice talking him to death for she is as quiet and sweet as ever. Gerald Howard, a very good athlete in school, graduated from Penn State with high honors. Since his graduation from college, Gerald has been the basketball coach of his Alma Mater, Elderton High School. "Who is the teacher scolding her students?" Why, that is Louise Crownover. Louise is the Business teacher at Elderton High School. Oh, yes. Did you see the World Series on television? Our former classmate, Ronald Rearick, hit three home runs in this game between the Pirates and Athletics. Bernice Boyer, the seamstress of the class, is now the wife of Donald Freehling, another member of the class. Look at that handsome Forest Ranger coming down the street. That is Jim Flick- inger, the shortest boy in our class. J im is now the president of the Forest Ranger Associa- tion. "Where have I seen her before?" Oh, that's Velma Cribbs. Velma and Blair Bleakney, her husband, run a swanky restaurant. Donald Freehling, a good student in Alge- bra, is now Professor of Math at the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania. His wife is the former Bernice Boyer of South Bend. Pat Emert is now the wife of a dairy farmer near Kittanning. Pat is busy milking the cows and raising a family of four. She won the blue ribbon last year for being the best farm- er's wife in this country. Don Farster was never very studious. He is now the owner of a fleet of freight trucks. He lives in Chicago. Look! Who is that lady coming down the steps of that mansion? Why, that is the former Eleanor Rearick, now the wife of a millionaire oil man. Bernard Boyer, a twin in our class, made his dreams come true. Bernard is now one of the best potato growers of the state. He won the blue ribbon for raising the most potatoes per acre for this year. There is Peggy Silvis with her twin girls. She and her husband live in the residential section of Silvisville. Floyd Sheasley, the crooner of the class, has really gone places in this world. He owns a large chicken farm in Mount Union. There is Mabel Frailey. Mabel has been a pin-up since she graduated from high school. She has been crowned "Miss Pin-Up for 1961" by the U. S. Army. Look at that new house on the hill overlook- ing Girty. That is the new house Roger Ellen- berger is building. Roger, a contractor in Girty, owns one of the largest building supplies de- pots in the state. Della Peterman, who attended the Carnegie School of Art, is now the Art teacher in Green Oak. She is married and president of the Artist Association of America. Blair Bleakney, who once worked as a grease monkey, now owns the new super ga- rage along Route 422. His wife, the former Velma Cribbs, is busy raising a family and working in their new garage and restaurant. Donna Smeltzer, after attending the Pitts- burgh School of Nursing, is Superintendent of Nurses at the new Smeltzer 85 Ankeny Hospi- tal at Girty. After graduation from high school, James Henderson joined the Navy. He is now sta- tioned at Great Lakes Naval Station and is the instructor of a group of WAVES. As I was coming through Girty this morn- ing, I saw the former Louise Rupert working in her flower garden. Louise has been married for nine years and is busy making a home for her husband and children. There comes the former Vivian Smith and her husband. Vivian enlisted in the WAFS after she graduated. She is married to an Air Force Major. She is the president of the Air Corps Wives Association. If you want an X-ray taken of your heart, go to the Smeltzer 85 Ankeny Hospital at Gir- ty. Luella Ankeny graduated from an X-ray school in New jersey. She is now the X-ray technician at Girty. I have taken from the crystal ball the prophecy for the class of "51". I ask you to join me in ten years from now so you may know the truth of my prophecy. ...gg- . ff WE WERE YOUNCXUN S w1w0'f21H BE x LUELLA ROGER 1 , PEGGY DELONF ELEANOR NDERCLASSMEN U 4 ,,, I f ix 5 , 7 Q 7 J filff X Hlcgf ' Zggfofjfyf Hfrmfrn ANL- if . IQ 4-1 1 fb JUNIORS On September 25, 1950, thirty eager students wandered about the halls of Elderton High. The otlicers this year are: President .......,..,......,.. .,...,.., W AYNE MEYER Vice President .,......,..........., DON WINGARD Secretary ..,,.,...........A.,. NANCY RICHARDSON Treasurer ...........A,.......A....,,.,....... SHIRLEY ORR Student Council .,.. ROBERT BOYER RAYMOND Sci-:ALL In our junior year we were all very happy when our rings arrived about the second week of school. We also had various activities to earn money for a trip to Washington during our last year of school. About this time we were all very disappointed when we lost two of our classmates who were Gayle Mclntire and Kenneth Smay. A Next year we all hope to become 'Seniors x ji if .,. J. NP r ---- -' 5,41 . ,hx 4 y , sea- "' 1, , new A fx Q "f ski, . Y F, -'K .QQ L .sq Nr r. ' if ,and reifbiveyifihpse much coveted diplomas. M L' hdlhn A WRX: I Hifi 1 I 1, ' . . ,x J wa, i U grew xq at 'jx 1 X Ai ix JT Vg, X ff X .A I! if Ax , Y' X in v ' K if Y ff 1 4' ff' f e 'f up J First row: Richardson, Orr, Pastrick, Coleman, Sheasley, Leightley, Harkelroad Schall Second row Smay McGaughey Mclntire, Kough, Heilman, Claypool, Rodocker, Leightner, Johnston, Miss Uhrey Third row Kepple Boyer Strong Rear ick, Linsenbigler, Wingard, Simmon, er, Silvis, Parks. N' x -5 K X559 K., ex M ,544-ev-cLCffA1ff'f ,JM-lftfx C SOPHOM ES The Sophomore Class haskthirty-seven mem- bers who participated in different school activi- ties. Our class officers are as follows: President ..l...4,......,...,.....,........... FRANK BoR'rz Vice President .,..,....,.V DOROTHY HADDEN Secretary ..........,,.....,..... ANNA MAE ADAMS Treasurer ............l.,,.......r ARLENI: SHEASLEY Our class also has a club which we call "The Hot Shot Club." The oflicers of the club are as follows: President .......... ,......., D oNNA CRAVENER Secretary. ....... ....ii., ...,.......... E n NA BOYER The Sophomore Class chose as their special activity a square dance which was held on March 17. The music was provided by the Night Hawks. First row Silvis Wagner Henderson Wissinger Kimmel, E. Ashbaugh, Boyer, E., Varner, Beighley, Rishell, Grinder Boyer R Second row Shaeffer Peterman Johnston Williams, Hadden, Kunkle, Wissinger, Sheasley, Gearhart, Ellenberger Cravener Adams Third row Ridenour Elder Parks Wmgard, Fiscus, Smeltzer, Bortz, Kimmel, C., Fleming, Johns Mr 33- FRESHMEN We began our Freshmen year with sixty-four students instead of the forty frightened little stu- dents who entered the halls of Elderton Joint High School in the fall of 1949. The officers for the 1950-51 term were as follows: President ,r.... .. ,... BETTE THoMPsoN Vice President.. ..,. -THELDA FARSTER Secretary ................ .... D onus MCCAUSLAND Treasurer. .,.....,..r,. ....,.,....,.... PAT BARRETT The 9B section had charge of the Christmas assembly. They produced a musical and narra- tive program of the nativity. The 9A section produced the play entitled, X he Farmer's Daughter" on December 6, 1950. t ., si' iiiffibiiiaixf First row: Huselton, Gunter, Hartman, Baker, Boyer, Hollobaugh, B., Henderson, Erb, Mrs. Denning. Second row: Boyer, Blose, Clark, Fairman, Fleming, Bowser, Blystone, Heilman,Cashdollar, Craft. Third row: Harding, Farster,Bierer, Cribbs, Barrett, Elgin, Hankinson, Hollobaugh, J., Boyer, E., Beck, Bowser, B. .A li - 415 F5 - 9 IN First row: Kanzlemar, Wood, McPherson, Wright, Schall, Johnston, Jamieson, Painter, Klingensmith. Second row: Prugh, Silvis, Seich, Mclntire, Peterman, Mills, Uplinger, Yount, Rishell, Wright, M., Reefer, Miss Cerutti. Third row:XNYoung, Yount, A., McCullough, Kunkle, Smith, Rosenberger, Lasher, Schrecengost, Thompson, Lawton, McCausland. Mr. Flem- ming. 1, 4. N41 x I NYT . 9 ' - - . N as . 1 i fi gui f 34 - ' is 'ii Ji' ,L J if lv'-' Q24 ,sei X N' N.. " , . .Off ,J K :Y 'jk' ci ' ',,-4 we L J -J X - 4' EIGHTH GRADE sag . Q QD-1 X5 1? l First row: Frazer, Flemming, Frailey, F. Boyer, J. Hankey, Clever, Henderson, Ashbaugh, Bier, Formigner, Butler, R. Kunkle, Brier, E. Hankey, Hartman. Second row: Erdley, E. Hankey, Kough, Hawkins, T. George, Heilman, D. Kunkle, Cosner, Bruner, Kanzlmar, Frye, Humble, Garrell, Everhart, L. Baker. Third row: C. George, M. Baker, Anderson, Campbell, Heck- man, Brown, L. Boyer, K. George, Graham, Hoover, Johnson, Bortz, Miss Porter. 1 f ,fl rzligf' " ' " , ,W- First row: M. Wiegand, Smay, Wissinger, Shaffer, L. Schall, Rearick, Smith, Schaffer, Reefer, L. Meyers, Painter, L. Up- linger, Rodocher, J. Meyers. Second row: R. Uplinger, D. Shupe, Lytle, Mclntire, Solinger, Walker, Leard, M. Schall, M. Sheasley, J. Miller, D. Sheasley, McVay, Smeltzer. Third row: Stitt, Peterman, Schreckengost, J. Shupe, J. Miller, L. Schall, Parks, R. Williams, L. Leightley, Prugh, D. Miller, T. Williams, R. Leightley, E. Wiegand, Mr. Deemer. 1 -35" SEVENTH GRADE First row: Frazier, Kansmire Baker Crownover L Cessna Gunner Blose Cribb C Bl B , , , . , , , s, . ystone, rown, C. Gillespie, Fiscus, Bruner, Fleming. Second row: Granny, L. Claypool, Constanzo, Altman, D. Boyer, Altmire, Bruce, Campbell, S. Boyer, P. Cessna, Cochran, L. Boyer, Frailey, Coleman. Third row: I-Iankinson, Akins, M. Gillespie, George, Abercrombie, F. Blystone, Crissman, Bowser, A. Claypool, Croffut, Barrett, Cashdollar, Mr. Shaffer. . I I I . ' Q ' , . ' f ' . , ' First row: Rearick, H. Meyers, R. Meyers, H. Wingard, B. Miller, Reefer, J. Peterman, M. Williams, McGaughey, E. Schall, Smeltzer, Wood, D. Schall, B. Peterman. Second row: Leightley McCausland Sheasley Vermillon M Mill K' l , , , , . er, xmme Thomas, McCullough, Silvis, R. Wingard, L. Schreckengost, Stitt, J. Williams, H. Schreckengost. Third row: Kough, S. Meyers, D. Luckhart, K. L kh R ff ' ' ' ' ' uc art, u ner, Porter, A. Miller, Mechlmg, Klme, McElhatten, G. Sxlvis, Mr. Colgan. - 36 - by n 1 1 . f ff xx If f Z S WW' in flfkl, Q wus fl! ful' W5-:.q ' ffm 2 E ks l 5 E ' IV' T j i s W JL V . 'W xv , Q W apfffhmnm Q V9 'V-'v SCOUTS WHO PAVED OUR WAY Standing: Mr. Deemer, Wright, Smith, Claypool, Miller, Boyer, Bernard, Silvis, Frye. Seated: Cravener, Kunkle Boyer, Bernice, Richardson, Henderson, Peterman, Sheasley, Boyer, Edna, Boyer, Robert, Altmire, Schell. The Student Council is a government organization of the school. It is made up of six seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, two freshmen, two eighth graders, and two seventh graders. It is sponsored by Mr. Deemer. The officers for the year 1950-51 were as follows: Presidents .l..,...........A.,....................,..,.. DELLA PETERMAN Vice President ,...,... ......,, N ANCY RICHARDSON Secretary .......,4..., ..,..........,.... E DNA BOYER Treasurer ..........,.,,.,..,..,. ,..,....,,4. ........, B E RNICE BOYER The main duties of the Student Council are to make the laws that govern the school and take charge of the lost and found articles. One of our projects this year was the planning of a Student Patrol. - 38 - BAND 1 -Q-. ' First row: Heilman, Janice, L. Rupert, McGaughey, Flickinger, S. Rupert, Freehling, Bortz, J. Kunkle, Williams, R. Smeltzer, Second row: Heilman, Judy, McCausland, C. Heilman, Richardson, Orr, Leightner, D. Smeltzer, Johnston, Schall, Solinger, R. Boyer. Third row: L. Smeltzer, Ankeny, L. Boyer, Frye, Baker, Fleming, McPherson, Wood, R. Kunkle, Mr. Debslry. The Elderton Joint Band was organized in 1949 under the direction of Miss Marianna Colonna, Kittanning, Pennsylvania. It now consists of thirty-four members. The director of the band at the beginning of the term was Mr. John Cutler. He was called to the Army. Our director now is Mr. Joseph Debsky, who is doing a very fine job. This year the band has added something! We have ten majorettes and one drum major. They have green and white uniforms and white boots. The band also has officers this year. They are as follows: President ,...,...,....,.,..... .. ..,.,.....,....... FRANK BORTZ Vice President ......,..... .,..,., R AYMOND SCHALL Secretary ................ ........... D QNNA CRAVENER Librarian ........,.......,.,...........,..,.,.,...,..,...,......,..,. Vzvum SMITH The Elderton Band does not have uniforms, but the band members' mothers have organized the Mothers' Auxiliary. The auxiliary is helping the band to raise money for our uniforms which we hope to get soon. - Mr. Debsky organized a Junior Band this year. - 39 - MAJQRETTES Campbell, Leard, Peterman, Sheasley, Mclntire, Prugh, Kunkle, McIntyre, Johnson, Rearick. Our high-stepping majorettes made us proud during the Halloween Parade when they led the band through the streets of Elderton. This was the first appear- ance of the majorettes with the band. Miss Peggy Ann Smith, a Senior at Indiana High School, coached the girls for a few weeks until they had mastered several new twirls. The girls also performed during several of the basketball games. A Majorette Club was formed. The officers elected were: President, Della Peterman and Secretary-Treasurer, Margaret Sheasley. MIXED CHORUS he :ii Q R ll 2 l 3, R - H First row: Hankinson, Peterman, Mclntire, Lawton, Stewart, Rupert, Leightner, Yount, Elgin, Meyers, Gearhart, Sheasley, Kough. Second row: Kimmel, johns, Frailey, Boyer, Hollobaugh, Emert, McCullough, Claypool, Cribbs, Barrett, Heilman, Boyer, Smeltzer, Beck. Third row: Boyer, Varner, Sheasley, Thompson, McCausland, Reefer, Rishel, Yount, Adams, Rich- ardson, Prugh. Fourth row: Smith, Harkleroad, Bier, Farster,Coleman, Orr, Cravener, Grinder, Jamison, Johnson, Cribbs, Wright, McGaughey, Rearick, Painter, Jackson, Crownover, McIntyre, Boyer, Rishell. Fifth row: Young, Leightley, Seich, Silvis, Mills, Uplinger, Pasterick, Gunter, Hollobaugh, Henderson, Beighley, Harding, Ellenberger, Hartman, Erb, Clark. Sixth row: McPherson, Baker, Wood, I-Iuselton, Blose, Flemming, Heilman, Boyer, Weight, Johnson. Seventh row: Schreck- engost, Silvis, Wingard, Rearick, Boyer, Weight, johnson. Seventh row: Schreckengost, Silvis, Wingnrd, Rearick, Boyer, Bleakney, Sheasley, Simmons, Bortz, Kunkle, Smith, Rodocker, Mr. Debsky. Mixed Chorus is composed of ninety-seven members. It is the largest chorus we have ever had in the Elderton Joint High School. Everyone enjoys chorus. We think Mr. Debsky is improving the quality of our chorus. ..41... GIRLS' CHORUS First row: E. Boyer, Varner, A. Sheasley, Thompson, McCausland, Reefer, Rishell, Yount, Adams, Richardson, Prugh. Second row: Harkleroad, Farster, Coleman, Orr, Cravener, Grinder, Jamieson, Johnston, Cribbs, Wright, McGaughey, Rear- ick, Painter, Jackson, Mclntire, Crownover, Silvis, Boyer, Rishell, Mr. Debsky. Third row: Young, Boyer, Seich, Silvis, Mills, Uplinger, Pasterick, Gunter, Hollobaugh, Henderson, Beighley, Harding, Ellenberger, Hartman, Erb, Clark. Fourth rowi Leightley, Kough, Sheasley, Gearhart, Meyers, Elgin, Yount, Leightner, Rupert, Stewart, Lawton, Mclntire, Peterman, Hankinson, Rodocker. Fifth row: Beck, Smeltzer, Boyer, Heilman, Barrett, Cribbs, Claypool, McCullough, Emert, Hollo- baugh, Boyer, Frailey, Johns, Kimmel, Smith. BOYS' CHORUS Y First row: Baker, Huselton, Rearick, Fleming, Weight, Wood. Second row: McPherson, Schreckengost, Johnson, Heilman, Bortz, Kunkle, Blose. Third row: Silvis, Wingard, Boyer, Bleakney, Sheasley, Simmons, Boyer, Mr. Debsky. ' I VEHYUI - 42 - SMILE, PARDNER, SMILE! Seated: Mr. Herceg, Freehling. Standing: Schall, Meyers, Rearick, D. Wingard, Delone, Howard, Meyers, Erwood, Boyer, Johnston. The Elderton Joint High School wishes to thank Mr. Herceg for making it possible for the school to have a movie club. The club has just been started. It is not well organized, but the main purpose of starting the club was to have movies shown for the teachers in the classroom. The school secured free films from the industrial corporations throughout the year which were shown in different classrooms by the teachers who could use them most ellectively. Each member of the club was permitted to operate the machine in an assembly program. The club, at the present time, consists of only junior and Senior boys. 'Q -43' I A N f' W9 Y TRI-HI-Y' First row: Ellenberger, L. Rishell, Harding, Ashbaugh, Beighley, Hartman, McGaughey, Mclntire, Thompson, Wright, Johnson, Uplinger, Mrs. Denning. Second row: Reefer, E. Boyer, Henderson, Ankeny, Stewart, Sheasley, V. Cribbs, B. Boyer, Coleman, Orr, Richardson, Rearick. Third row: Barrett, G. Cribbs, D. Peterman, Johns, Smeltzer, Young, Seich, Young, Silvis, E. Rishell, Yount. Fourth row: Williams, Leightner, Elgin, Smith, Rupert, Claypool, McCullough, Lawton, McCausland, H. Peterman. The Tri-Hi-Y Club of Elderton High School is under the supervision of Mrs. Denning. The club meets on the last Monday of every month. The club has doubled its membership this year with forty-six members. The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y is: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character." The platform of the Tri-Hi-Y is self-improvement, Chris- tian fellowship, and united service. SLOGAN: Pure words, pure thoughts, pure actions. OBJECTIVE! To seek, to find, to share. COLORS: Red, white, blue-exemplifying sacrifice, purity, and loyalty. THE EMBLEM: The pin is a small triangle with "Tri-Hi-Y" in the corners and a torch inscribed in a circle in the center. ACTIVITIES: The club holds many different activities during the year. They are as follows: dance, fixing Christmas toys, fixing a Christmas box for the needy, fixing a Thanksgiving box, having a meeting and supper at Indiana. OFFICERS President ........,,...................,.,...,... SHIRLEY ELLENBERGER Vice President .,.,.,.... ...........,....,............ E DNA BOYER Secretary ............... .....,.. L UELLA ANKENY Treasurer ....,.,... ........... E LEANOR REARICK .-44.- F. F. A. First row: Schall, Woods, Weight, Huselton, McPherson, Silvis, Fleming, Kepple, Rearick, Bortz, Wingard, Mr. Longwell. Second row: Henderson, Meyer, Klingensmith, Kunkle, Henderson, Fairman, Parks, Boyer, Fiscus. Third row: Parks, Boyer, Kunkle, Wagner, Silvis, Boyer, Cashdollar, Blose, Flickinger. Fourth row: Ridenour, Smeltzer, Strong, Ellenberger, Smay, Simmons, Linsenbigler, Sheasley, Johnston, Farster. In the fall of 1949, our Vocational Agriculture Department was started. We didn't know much about the course, but a class of thirty-two decided to take the course. We soon found it very interesting. Before we knew it, our F. F. A. Chapter was being organized. Our financial standing was not very good, but we sold vegetable seeds and sponsored our school fair. Field trips are planned when possible. We help farmers in the community do any special work which they might want done. On our field trips we also visit any outstanding projects which our mem- bers may have at the time. As our school is enlarging, we expect our Chapter to be growing very rapidly in the coming years. This year our enrollment has grown to forty-two. Our float won first prize in the Halloween Parade this year. The second annual F. F. A. and F. H. A. Christmas party was held before Christmas vacation. RLY i I 'ix QX is ' ..45- gg ' f J hqst F. H. A. First row: Johnson, Hartman, Coleman, B. Boyer, Beighley, Wright, Rearick, Cravener, H. Peterman, Mclntire, Thomp- son, Miss Tucker. Second row: Ellenberger, V. Cribbs, Leightner, Ankeny, Sheasley, Seich, Orr, Heilman, Rishell, Crown- over, Reefer, Hadden. Third row: McGaughey, E. Boyer, Johns, Williams, Richardson, D. Peterman, Yount, Adams, Frailey Smeltzer. Fourth row: Kimmel, Young, G. Cribbs, Lawton, Barrett, McCullough, Smith, C. Kimmel, McCausland. The F. H. A. Club of the Elderton Joint High School was organized in 1948. Their achievements to date are paying for half the school movie projector, helping to buy the P. A. system, having milk and candy available to all students, sending Christmas boxes to children in Europe and helping to send some of its members to Harrisburg. The club projects this year are a skating party, a square dance, and selling milk and candy bars. The purposes of the club are to promote and appreciate the joys of home- making, to encourage democracy, to promote international good will and to further interest in home economics. Officers for the year 1951 are as follows: President ..............,,. ..,...... N ANCY RICHARDSON Vice President .....,,.. ,...........,..,......,....,... S HIRLEY ORR Secretary ............. ...,,.,... S HIRLEY ELLENBERGER Treasurer ............ ............,.. J ANE LEIGHTNER Song Leader ......... ......,.. A NNA MAE ADAMS Historian ..,....,. ,.,..,..... D oNNA CRAVENER EL-HI-AN STAFF Standing: Rearick, Miss Uhrey, Cribbs, Miss Porter, Heilman, Ernert, Rupert, Ellenberger, Boyer, Sheasley, Farster, Henderson, Flickinger, Crownover. Seated: Frailey, Silvia, Freehling Rearick, Ankeny, Smith, Peterman, Wingard, Howard, Bleakney. The yearbook staff of the class of "5 1" leaves this EL-HI-AN as a remem- brance of the past ,four years we have spent in Elderton High School. We hope it brings pleasant memories as you read through it. The EL-HI-AN was under the direction of Miss Porter and Miss Cerutti whom we give our appreciation for their patience and kindness towards the book. The pictures for the yearbook were taken by Boyer's Studio of Rural Valley. Snapshots were donated by the pupils. The yearbook staff and directors have enjoyed working and planning the EL-HI-AN of "51". Meetings and gatherings were held until finally it was ready for the printer. The yearbook staff of "5 1" hopes that it will serve as a remembrance of the enjoyable and exciting years of your high school days. HI-VIEW Standing: Ankeny, Silvis, Peterman, Kunkle, Claypool, Cribbs, Smith, Boyer, Flickinger, Bleakney, Freehling, Johnston, Bortz, Heilman, Judy, McCausland, Heilman, Janice, Boyer, Rearick, Schall, Richardson, Orr. Seated: Smeltzer, Miss Uhrey, Rupert, Meyer, Miss Cerutti, Wingard. The school newspaper worked very hard in order to publish nine papers. The paper is read and enjoyed by the students, their parents, and the community. Many of the members of the staff were new in their jobs but with the help of Miss Cerutti and Miss Uhrey as our advisors we feel safe in saying it was a successful undertaking. Editor-in-Chief ........ . .. .,,. . .,..,,.,.. . Assistant Editor .,...,,.... News Editor .. Art Editor ,r,...., .... Sports Editor ......... Feature Editor .,........... ...,. ,.., ....,LoUxsE RUPER1' .,....,i.WAYNE MEYER ,DONNA SMELTZER .DELLA PETERMAN DONALD WINGARD ELEANOR REARICK Business Manager. ....,.i ...,. , . .DONALD FREE!-ILING "COME ON TEAM, LET'S GO" -K CROWNOVER, REARICK, SILVIS The varsity cheering squad started out this season with only three remain- ing cheerleaders from last year. However, there were six new J. V.'s to help carry out our Elderton traditional peppy spirit. Coleman, McGaughey, Heilman, Leightner, Richardson, Orr -49... ,,-,1 iii ff ZX' . mf 4 Ang 5-0 'i X 4 6 4? u f ,r 6, P iw A f V -. f fd-1 :L-'H X X by xy -mx - Xgxm 'N . 4. ,aff HIT 'EM HIGH "Buster" Bleakney stands 6' 3", weighs 164 pounds, plays forward, good on a jump shot, third year on Varsity, wears No. 6, and is a Senior. "Bob" Boyer stands 6', weighs 168 pounds, plays for- ward on second string, good play maker, second year on Varsity, wears No. 7, and is a Junior. "Hugh" Freehling stands 5' 7", weighs 150 pounds, plays guard on second string, good play maker, second year on Varsity, wears No. 5, and is a Senior. "Grandpa" Henderson stands 5' 8", weighs 150 pounds, plays forward on second string, good rebound man, sec- ond year on Varsity, wears No. 8, and is a Senior. "Bush" Howard stands 6', weighs 168 pounds, plays forward, good one hand shot, third year on Varsity, wears No. 3, and is a Senior. Seated : Silvis, Wingard, Boyer, Rearick, Henderson, Freehling. Standing: Mr. Kane, Howard, Bleakney, Sheasley, Meyer, Meyer. -52- HIT "Bus" Sheasley stands 6'3", weighs 170 pounds, plays center on second string, good on lay up shot, lirst year on varsity, wears No. 12 and is a Senior. "Wayne" Meyers stands 6', weighs 165 pounds, plays center, good pivot man, second year on Varsity, wears No. 11, and is a Junior. "Ron" Rearick stands 5' 11", weighs 150 pounds, plays center on second string, good on lay up shot, first year on Varsity, wears No. 9, and is a Senior. "Lee" Silvis stands 5' 10", weighs 165 pounds, plays guard, good play maker, second year on Varsity, wears No. 4, and is a member of the Junior Class. "Don" Wingard stands 6', weighs 160 pounds, plays guard on second string, good on a set shot, first year on Varsity, wears No. 10, and is a Junior. EM LOW Seated : Schall, Peterman, Johnson, Fleming, McPherson Wood Standing: Mr. Kane, Johnson, Heilman, Rupert, Kunkle, Silvis Shaeffer Meyer ..53- THE WEAKER SEX, OH YEA! s...-ve" X ni TINY MITES SENIOR EAGLES MARTINS Bs McCOYS FLYING SAUCERS FIGHTING SPARKS BASKETEERS V The Girls' Intramural Basketball, under the direction of our coach, Mr. Kane, was a very active group this year. The six teams consist of students from grades eight through twelve. This Intramural Basketball was started for the benefit of the students to provide recreation for both players and spectators. . , r wg HEAVY HITTERS in .. .,1,.. .- SENIOR EAGLES JUNIOR SOFTBALL TEAM 1 1 ' ., 1 1' I Q ui 'Y' Yi. .. S, X . N 41" . k -'six an-' , X.-', tc WO' - W i L' soPHoMoRE SOFTBALL TEAM SENIOR BOYS Xt R I If 8 ' nf N ' -if JUNIOR BOYS SOPHOMORE BOYS The Intramural Softball teams this year were under the direction of our coach, Mr. Kane. All games were played during the noon hour. This provided entertainment for the students and faculty during the fall and spring. ..55.. HIGH SCORERS GAS HOUSE GANG GREYHOUNDS HOTRODS PANTHERS PIRATES DIAMOND STARS This year our intramural activities were increased by the addition of more Intra mural Basketball teams. Each team played eight games which helped provide enjoyment for everyone. W ww -e W ZH' E ,mmA Qx.. x Y if 'Z' . ,S , ' if x 4 sf, egie,4 w.v An, ,. A v . Q"""t 'H-,Q . in-a 'ml il' W uf. mt. v ,..,,,,, A I W., ag, 1 f.X:k,m 5 5 F? . --f,.f1f'A .J ', fan, I AW5m5'!gtg 11nmuu. -M1315 --" 1 1.. 2.21-Q ,F UWTIH ' ,.,, R, H M ., hgwun -M . l x SJ . 9 0 , mf. , 5' 4' Q' SRM il 3: H59 ' , H COOL.. E' 'Li' X ,Q-1 WQYHQY L , Y , 1 img,- 45' 8-5. if mf A ix I' ... H ., ,W F ..- .f . X , -,-4,-gli. P 4-y-IQK-kr, J :N u EHNH- . ,ABS as '?"G-'sf' ' F-I v W , ,QV I """" ww an vs. K R "-N5-X I - . J, gx ima al. PATRONS. RALPH A. KUHN, P.H.D. MR. 8: MRS. E. R. WINGARD MR. 8: MRS. LAWRENCE THOMAS MR. 8: MRS. D. L. RUPERT MR. 6: MRS. JOSEPH HUBER MR. dr MRS. BLAINE MILLER MR. 8: MRS. A. M. MCCOMBIE MR. DONALD CROWNOVER MR. 6: MRS. JAMES KANE GEARHART'S DRESS SHOP MR. JOHN HERCEG MISS THELMA CERUTTI LUXEMBERG JEWELRY MR. 81 MRS. EDWIN REARICK MR. JOSEPH DEBSKY DAUGHERTY DRUG STORE DR. HOWARD HEILMAN MR. 8: MRS. LAISLE PETERMAN MISS FLORENCE UHREY MISS MARY ANN PORTER MR. 8: MRS. R. M. HEILMAN MR. 81 MRS. FRANK M. BORTZ MR. Br MRS. M. R. ANKENY MR. 8: MRS. HUGH FREEHLING MR. DONALD RUPERT MISS BETTY TUCKER MR. 81 MRS. EDWIN DENNING MR. Az MRS. MARLIN CROWNOVER BERNARD GETTO f MR. 8: MRS. ALEX KUNKLE MISS PEARL KEELER MR. 8: MRS. PORTER MILLER MR. 5: MRS. EARL RUPERT VALLEY ELECTRIC CO. MISS ANNA MARY SOLINGER MR. Gr MRS. JOHN A. BLEAKNEY MR. DALE MCKELUEY MR. G: MRS. HERMAN RUPERT MR. Br MRS. FRANK G. SMITH THE ROSE SHOP MRS. HARRY WALKER MR. 81 MRS. R. D. HOWARD MR. C. J. PAIL MR. Ar MRS. WILBERT REARICK MRS. JENNY E. SILVIS COLONNA'S MUSIC STORE MR. 8: MRS. WILLIAM ROSE CPL. DANIEL G. SMITH PAUL'S LUNCH MR. 8: MRS. GLENN SCHAFFER MR. lr MRS. H. F. LONGWELL FAYE'S SHOP MR. 5: MRS. PAUL REARICK MISS WYVONNE RUPERT MRS. RENA RUPERT MR. 8: MRS. PHIL KUNKLE WEST PENN GARAGE MR. HARRY I-IUGHS MR. k MRS. WILLIAM ALTMAN CROSSAN Br RAIRIGH MR. JACK SQOURAKIS MILDRED R. GEARHART H. M. 6. W. H. KIMMEL Producers of Beef Cattle. Hoqs 6 Poultry E. W. WILLIAMS General Merchandise C1899 - 19513 SI-IELOCTA. PENNSYLVANIA ELDERTON. PENNSYLVANIA Phone Elderton 2525 Complete Insurance Protection Save Tune Save Effort No Rlslr Too Large - None Too Small Save Money Specializing in FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE COVERAGE VICTOR. E. SCHALI. Serve Yourself and Save ELDERTON, PENNSYLVANIA AT Phone 2262 SOLINGEPJS GROCERIES - MEMS COMPLIMENTS OF SUNSIDE FEEDS EGEn's LEADING Jswnuzns Authorized Home of Fine Iewelry ELDERTON' PENNSYLVANIA EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR PAY Eqer Pay Day phone 2202 143 Gidnl Avenue VANDERGRIFT. PENNSYLVANIA -59- DUPPSTADT Optometrist Ieweler DIAMONDS - WATCHES SILVERWARE 126 Grant Avenue VANDERGRIFT, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 312A COMPLIMENTS OF TOWNSEND'S DRUG STORE ELDERTON, PENNSYLVANIA We Are Happy to Have the Privilege of Helping to Make This Yearbook Possible. ' MATEEITS Furniture Store KITTANNING. 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PENNSYLVANIA Phone 72-6086 APOLLO FORD 4 Sales and Service EINSTIEN 6. CAMPBELL Men's Clothing 'iff KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA APOLLO MILLING CO. Manufacturer and Dealer FLOUR - FEED - GRAIN Phone Apollo 72-3561 COMPLIMENTS OF KALAMAZOO SALES AND SERVICE KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA MATEER'S SHOE SHOP Quality Footwear DEPENDABLE SERVICE Reynolds Building KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF BROWNS BOOT SHOP 4 KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA I COMPLIMENTS OF KITTANNING AUTO PARTS uf: KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA coMPLnvu-:N'rs OF F. W. WOOLWORTH 0 KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA I XB KAISER FRAZER SALES 110 South McKean Street KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA O Kaiser - Frazer - Henry 'TROUTMAN'S 4 Indiana's Most Complete Department Store Established 1928 WIDDOWSONS I EWELERS 704 Philadelphia Street INDIANA. PENNSYLVANIA AAA 0 It Pays to Belong ASH SHOE COMPANY Home of Finer Shoes 708 Philadelphia Street ' INDIANA. PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF BARCLARY HARDWARE 'A' IN DIANA. PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF ARCADE 'Br KI'l"l'ANNlNG'S GREAT T STORE LIEBMAN'S Furniture and Appliance Store 174 South Ieiierson Street KITTANNING. PENNSYLVANIA Phone 1152 YOUR NORGE DEALER IN KITTANNING OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SERVE YOU BETTER 4 r G. C. MURPHY CO. KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA PHOTOGRAPHS "We Photograph Anything. Anywhere- Anything" BOYER STUDIO ' V RURAL VALLEY. PENNSYLVANIA Congratulations Seniorsl 'Br HELEN S BEAUTY SHOPPE ELDERTON. PENNSYLVANIA Phone 2661 MILLER FARM H. Porter Miller - E. Marie Miller Owners and Proprietors R. D. 1 SHELOCTA, PENNSYLVANIA Baby Chicks - Hatching Eggs Breeding Stock - Poultry Supplies CLARKS HARDWARE Hardware - Stoves - Tinware - Paints Oils, Etc. - Myers Electric Pump 0 ELDERTON. PENNSYLVANIA I BROWNS Automotive Electric Service Generators - Starters - Regulators Lighting and Iqnttlon ELDERTON. PENNSYLVANIA Courteous Service 4 RlCHARDSON'S BARBER SHOP ELDERTON. PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF ALTMAN'S DRY CLEANER 1420 I-'ifth Avenue Phone Ford City 62-1721 KISKI BOTTLING COMPANY Nesbit California Orange and Kiski Fine Flavors 194 Lincoln Avenue Phone 294 VANDERGRIFT, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS of R. GORDON AND SONS The Square Deal Furniture Store 123 Washington Avenue Phone 624 VANDERGRIFT. PENNSYLVANIA George William Goddard Get Insured - Keep Insured - Rest Insured We Insure Anything but the Heroalter 4191A Ninth Street FORD CI'I'Y, PENNSYLVANIA Phone Day: 62-3111 Night: 62-4444 QUILLEN'S GUN SHOP Fine Rifles Custom Made SPOR'1'SMAN'S SUPPLIES 301 Market Street LEECHBURG. PENNSYLVANIA Phone 42-7553 SAY'S FARM SUPPLY Lloyd Say. Proprietor Oliver Farm Equipment Papec - DeLaval Sales - Services Diamond-T Trucks INDIANA. PENNSYLVANIA Phone 497 1215 Maple Street HILL TOP ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Sales and Service Frlqldulre Appliances Route 66 LEECHBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 42-7257 CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE Christian Book 6 Supply Store 344 Market Street KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA BIBLES - BOOKS - MOTTOS Sunday School Supplies "Study to show thyself approved unto God." II Timothy 2:15 To YELDEBTON STATE BANK ' GOOD BANKING FACILITIES IN YOUR COMMUNITY DEPENDABLE SERVICE smca 1919 SAFEGUARDING MONEY Thriitiness Means Financial Security. Your Savings Are Protected When Deposited in An Established B 1: TRANSFERRING FUNDS Payment by 'Check Is Safe and Convenient. Your records A C pl t When You Pay by Check. MAKING LOANS C nventent C di uable Aust. Make Use ot the Service ot me Bank. When In N ot Funds. New I-'acilltles Otter Increased S CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB ' SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ELDERTON, PENNSYLVANIA .,7-19 I fgicfw,-5 QMTQDWE 11521314 mfg - KA' 4 Q IUMZVWI' QEKSPF 5 QSM- - I-Z , 0 , LBJ'-Lai' Q55 M MAJ Gunn. 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