Elderton High School - El Hy An Yearbook (Elderton, PA)
- Class of 1952
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JACK REARICK RAYMOND SCHALL
Faculty Adx Ors
MISS THELMA CERUTTI
Mr' JAMES FAULKNER
WAYNE MEYERS N.kNCY RICHARDSON
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CLASSES - LABS - STUD ES
Gone forever are the days of 1951 and 1952 days of fun and laughter of
learnmg and development Yet long will thelr mfluence remam wlth us We
begxn to reahze that Elderton JOlHt Hxgh School has become a part of us even
as we have been a part of E J H S Conscrously or unconscxously we have
assrmllated some of the finer xntangxble thmgs that xts hlgh school lxfe offers
It 1S our hope rn pLlb11Sh1l'1g thls annual that lt wxll always prove a store
house of memorles for you
JAMES L FAULKNER
It IS dlflicult for the semor class of 1952 to express thexr
apprecxatlon to Mr Faulkner for h1s work m publxshmg th1s the
1952 El H1 An H1s tlmely suggestlons and rdeas steered us over
many rough places We would all do well to follow h1s example
for fellowshlp and all around leadershlp m our later l1ves
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AMESSAGE FROM MR. KUNKLE
ALEX J KUNKLE
Supervxsmg Prmczpal Elderton jomt School
Congratulatlons to the Class of 1952
It IS dlfficult for me as a representatwe of your teachers to g1ve you any partmg advlce
Many tlmes durmg the few brxef years we have been together as puplls and teachers you have
been compelled to hsten to our advxce perhaps sometunes rather reluctantly and dlsmnterestedly
The past IS no longer w1th us Your school records have been made From now our paths
w1ll cross only occasxonally but I assure you we w1l1 not forget you and we w1ll always be m
terested 1n each of you and your success We also hope that each of us has contrlbuted some
thmg worthwhxle 1n educatlon to each of you
Do your best always not because your work 1S worth lt but because you are Half hearted
work never brought success or happ1ness to anyone
Our best wrsh goes wxth you
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BOARD OF EDUCATICN
Seated left to right Charles Everhart Harry Burkett Harlan Smeltzer Secretary Delone Wood Presxdent
Mrs Vlxldred Schall Vlce Presldent Mr D E Rupert Standing Ross Wxlson Clalr Muller Wxllnam Altman
C H Rupp--Treasurer James Smxth John Wllson Burton Townsend
Far too many of us take the adm1n1strat1on of our school for granted We walk away wlth
our diplomas and never gmve a thought to those men d1rectly responslble for our own educatlon
al mstltutlon Few people reahze the v1tal1mportance of the pubhcly elected Board of Educa
t1on However 1n contrast to th1s popular notxon that school affalrs manage themselves we find
th1s small body work1ng d1l1gently for the proper mamtenance and betterment of our school
Our school board has done a great deal to provlde us wlth a good educatxonal background
so necessary for the proper type of c1t1zen m our democracy These gentlemen of the board have
gnven the1r txme generously to the advancement of our local school system The present board
1S to be commended on the1r wlsely declsloned bulldmg program a program whxch has rece1ved
wlde recogmtxon by our state educators leadmg newspapers and trade and profess1onal maga
We deeply apprec1ate the excellent work of th1s group
Elderton suffered a loss when Mr D E Rupert passed away on November 28 1951
He served for several years on the Board of Educatnon and was actlve 1n many commum
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R. D. Howard, Wilbert Rearick, J. O. Farester, Russel Geidel. Absent: Charles Green, J. L. Hawk, Glen Elgin,
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CLAIRE E RUPERT
Hxgh School Secretary
EARL M RUPERT
C PAUL CLARK BS MEd
High School Principal
MARY P DENNING
CECELIA B ZEISLER
BETTY L HEIMBERGER
DOROTHY A BUETTNER
THELMA M CERUTTI
JESSIE J COLOAN
J CLARENCE SHAFFER
PAUL R FLEMING
H FRANKLIN LONGWELL
C PAUL CLARK
LAVERNE S JOHNSON
RAYMOND V DUNMIRE
HERMAN E RUPERT
JAMES L FAULKNER
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Thelma M. Cerutti
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Jessie J Colgan
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Raymond V Dunmlre
James L Faulkner
Paul R Flemmg
Betty L He1mberger
Laverne S Johnson
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Herman E Rupert
Cecelia B. Zeisler
J. Clarence Shaffer
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Front: Paul Simmons, President. Back: Ruth Sheasley, Secretaryq Geraldine Claypool, Treas-
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CLASS COLORS CLASS Morro CLASS FLOWER
Blue and Gold "United We Stand" Yellow Rose
"Divided We Fall"
Great masterminds. A tight squeeze.
Human? Theory before the Cake- New Cheerleaders' uniforms.
Relaxation in room 2.
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WILLIAM EDWARD ALTMEYER-"Bill"
Went three years to Kittanning H. S .... Chorus 4 . . . favorite
Q foods are chicken and ice cream . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . "One Wild
Night" 4 . . . works at Flynn's Dept. Store, Ford City . . . varsity
basketball . . . hopes to become a veterinarian.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Boys' Chorus 3, 4 . . . J. V. Basketball 1
. . . Varsity 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . "Good Night
Ladies" 3 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4
. . . Orchestra 1, 2 . . . Hi-View 3 . . . Movie Club 3 . . .
Hi-Y 4 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 . . . can really choke the
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4 . . . F. H. A. 1 . . . Hi-View 3, 4 . . . Class Treasurer 4...
El-Hi-An 4 . . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . Student Council 3
. . . enjoys typing . . . loves that Italian spaghetti . . . ambition
is to become a secretary.
F. H. A. 1, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A. Historian 4 . . . Tri-Hi-Y
1, 3, 4 . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4
. . . J. V. Cheerleader 3 . . . Varsity Cheerleader 4 . . .
junior Play 3 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . Yearbook Staff 4
. . . likes to play rough basketball . . . "Which shall I be,
a Physical Ed. or an English teacher?"
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A. 1 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 4 . . . Hi-View 3, 4
. . . likes that spaghetti . . . ambition is to be a telephone operator.
FRANCES JEAN HARTMAN-"Jeanie"
Attended Kittanning High for three years . . . Tri-Hi-Y 4
. . . Mixed Chorus 4 . . . Visual Education 3 . . . enjoys
Chorus 1,2,3,4...Band 1,2,3,4...F.H.A.1..."Good
Night Ladies" 3 . . . 'AOne Wild Night" 4 . . . J. V. Cheerleader 3
. . . Varsity Cheerleader 4 . . . El-Hi-An Staff 4 . . . Hi-View 2, 3
. . . enjoys chocolate ice cream . . . wants to be a Physical Ed.
jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 3 . . . Varsity Basketball 2, 4 . .
Band 1 . . . Chorus 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1, 4 . . .
"One Wild Night" 4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . can really eat the
chicken . . . intends to be a pilot.
Chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . Hi View 4 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . .
ambition is to be a telephone operator . . . enjoys eating cherry pie.
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 . . . F. F. A. Reporter 2 . . . F. F. A. Treas-
urer 3 . . . Class Reporter 2 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 . . .
Hi-Y 4 . . . drives a yellow Willy's truck . . . ambition is
to become a truck driver.
Attended Kittanning Hi h the first three ears
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. . . Boys' Chorus 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 4 . . . enjoys eating chicken
. . . ambition is to get through school.
F. H. A. 1, 2 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . likes skating . . . ambition
is to become a seamstress.
Rifle Club 1 2
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
"Good Ni ht Ladies" 3 Hi View 3 4
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Edith and Geraldine . . . ambition is to become a nurse.
Student Council 1 . . . F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A.
Treasurer 3 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 4
. . . Orchestra 1, 2 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . .
. . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . J. V. Cheerleader 3 . . .
Varsity Cheerleader 4 . . . enjoys roller skating . . . ambition
is to become a secretary.
. Yearbook Staff 4
Varsity and J. V. Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Movie Club 3
. . . Hi-Y 4 . . . enjoys eating ice cream . . . hopes to enter Army
Baseball 1, 2 . . . Student Council 2, 4 . . . J. V. Basket-
ball 1 . . . Varsit Basketball 2 3 4
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. . . Hi View 3, 4 . . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . "One
Wild Night" 4 . . . Movie Club 3 . . .
. . . President Hi-Y 4 . . . one of our basketball stars . . .
ambition is to play professional baseball.
Class President 3
Yearbook Editor 4
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JANICE E. MCGAUGHEY--"Jan"
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A. Secretary 2 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4
. . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Band
2, 3, 4 . . . jr. Varsity Cheerleader 3 . . . Varsity Cheerleader 4
. . . El-Hi-An Staff 4 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . enjoys eating
banana splits and barbecues . . . wishes to be a beautician.
F. H. A. 1, 2 . . . Vice President 3 . . . Secretary 4 . . .
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . Hi-View Staff 3 . . . Class President 1
. . . Class Secretary 2 . . . Class Treasurer 3 . . . Band
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 1, 2 . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . jr. Varsity Cheerleader 3
. . . Varsity Cheerleader 4 . . . El-Hi-An Staff 4 . . . "Good
Night Ladies" 3 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . spaghetti is
her favorite dish . . . intends to be her father's secretary.
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Q 9, LYNN PARKS-"Lynn"
' F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . enjoys eating beef steak and pie
. . . headed for the Army.
Q ' N "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . A'One Wild Night" 4 . . . besides
'91 ' 1- the boys, this blond likes spaghetti . . . ambition is to be-
?" come a history teacher.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Boys' Chorus 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3, 4
. . . F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 . . . jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3 . . . Baseball 2
. . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . El-Hi-An
4 . . . pet peeve is Detension Hall . . . his desire is to be a business
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A. President 3 . . . Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4 . . . Class Vice President 1 . . . Class Treasurer 2 . . .
Class Secretary 3 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 1, 2
. . . Jr. Varsity Cheerleader 3 . . . Varsity Cheerleader 4
. . . Student Council Vice President 3 and Treasurer 4 . . .
Hi-View 3 . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 . . . Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
. . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . .
El-Hi-An Staff 4 . . . likes dancing . . . wants to become a
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F. H. A. 2 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4 . . . Hi-View
3, 4 . . . likes to eat French fried potatoes . . . ambition is to
become a clerk in a store.
Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Varsity Basketball 4 . . .
Secretary of Class 1 . . . Student Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Treas-
urer of Student Council 2 . . . President of Student Council
4 . . . Hi-View 2, 3 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . Orchestra 1, 2 . . . County Band 2, 3 . . . District Band 2,
4, President of Band 4 . . . Movie Club 3 . . . El-Hi-An Staff
4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . enjoys eating spaghetti . . . will probably
be a Physical Ed teacher . . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . .
"One Wild Night" 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 . . , F. H. A. 2 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Hi-View
3, 4 . . . "One Wild Night" 4 . . . Secretary of Class 4 . . . likes
to eat chocolate cake . . . expects to become a housewife.
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . Chorus 3
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PAUL SIMMONS-"Simmons" 3
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 2, 3, 4 . . . El-Hi-An 4 . . . President
of Class 4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . A'One Wild Night" 4 . . . apple pie
and ice cream is this lad's eating enjoyment . . . ambition is to in
join the Air Corps.
F. F. A. 3, 4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . likes to eat sundaes . . . wants
to join the navy . . . right now his ambition is to graduate.
JEROME STRONG? jerry"
Student Council 4 . . . Vice President of Class 3, 4 . . . Hi-View
Staff 3 . . . Movie Club 3 . . . "Good Night Ladies" 3 . . . "One
Wild Night" 4 . . . Jr, Varsity Basketball 1, 2 . . . Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 4 . . . Hi-Y 4 . . . Boys' Chorus 3, 4 . . . Mixed Chorus 3, 4
. . . Track 3 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . El-Hi-An 4 . . . enjoys eating
apple pie a la mode . . . ambition is to play professional baseball.
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S E N I O R S
A HISTORY OF WHAT WE DID AND How WE DID IT
In the fall of 1948 a large group of boys
and glrls wlth starched frocks and scrubbed
faces entered the halls of knowledge at E H S
That year these future semors were to be
known as the Green Freshmen Durmg the
Week of 1n1t1at1on we really lrved up to our
nlckname At the end of th1s horrlble ordeal
all the klck me slgns were battered to pleces
We were up to thls txme the largest class
ever to enter E H S Our class officers were as
follows Presldent Shlrley Orr V1ce Pres1
dent Nancy RlChafdSOU Secretary Raymond
Schall Treasurer Marbelle Boyer We were
represented 1n the Student COUHCII by Jane
Lelghtner and Gary Johnston
To the J V basketball team we contrlbuted
seven freshman boys These players were
Raymond Schall Gary Johnston Kenneth
Smay Bob Boyer Donald Wmgard Jxm Stro
ka and Wayne Meyers
It was a brg event when we were moved up
to the rank of sophomores ln the fall of 1949
We added a new student Lo1s Kelly from
Ind1ana Hlgh School However we were very
old Farster Albert Brxnk Margaret Erb Am
ber Farrman Gale Kenmurr Mary Jane Km
nan Gayle Mclntxre Jlm Stroka and Donald
The class leaders were presldent Jlm Stro
ka v1ce presldent Amber Falrman secretary
Shxrley Orr treasurer Nancy Rrchardson
Our act1v1ty for our tenth year was one
square dance featurmg the Stephens Famlly
We sold magazlnes and recexved a n1ce sum
of money for our class treasury
We closed our books and locked the doors
to EHS on May 25 1950 and went home
for a three months vacatron
After a very n1ce vacatlon we agam re
turned to the old pen and started a new
semester as Jumors
We recelved another new student Paul
Slmmons from Elders Rldge H S We dldnt
gam 1n number however as Kenneth Smay
We elected the followmg class officers
Presrdent Wayne Meyers V1ce Presxdent
Don Wmgard Secretary Nancy Rxchardson
Treasurer Shlrley Orr The student councll
members were Bob Boyer and Raymond
Thrs year Wayne Meyers Erwood Meyer
Lee S1lv1s and Bob Boyer earned Varsxty
basketball posltlons Raymond Schall and
Gary Johnston were stlll members of the JV
Our act1v1t1es mcluded a square dance fea
turmg the Nrght Hawks We also sponsored
the Jumor and Semor Prom m the sprmg
Next year would be our last year at E H S
and many txmes thrs thought passed through
our mmds durmg our summer vacatlon
T1me sped on and before we knew rt we
were plunged head long mto our semor year
Krttannmg Hlgh School sent us four students
They were Jean Hartman John Crownover
B111 Altmeyer and Ray Krmpel Before the
year was very far along though four of our
boys fell along the way s1de John Crownover
B111 McInt1re Paul Gxllesple and Don Lm
senblgler were the four who dxsappomted us
Our semor ofhxcers were Presldent Paul
Slmmons V1ce Presldent Donald Wmgard
Secretary Ruth Sheasley Treasurer Geral
ThlS was really a bxg year for us As semors
we sponsored a square dance to start thmgs
off The Tune TW1St6fS played for our success
ful dance Next came the Semor Play which
everyone enjoyed And the next thing we
knew we were ln Rural Valley gettmg our
pxctures taken Th1s year the class attended a
Career Day Conference at the Kxttanmng
Hlgh School Our class was proud to xnxtlate
th1s pohcy at EH S
The last 8CtlVlty of the year was the J umor
and Semor Prom It was a gay affaxr 1n whnch
everyone had a wonderful tlme Now came
the final act when we must leave good old
E H S forever Then out we go mto the world
and proceed on our own It IS no wonder that
as the last few weeks of our school year faded
away we looked back over our happy school
memorxes wxth rnlsty eyes
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We the Senior Class of 1952 of Elderton Joint High School who have now received the
goal which we have so longed for have many possesslons which we cannot take with us such
as thumb tacks chewing gum books and teachers We would like to leave these cherished items
to the deserving few We have for the last time discarded all other wllls and declare this our
last will and testament
First, we wish to remember our senior year teachers We do bequeath to
All headaches of teaching us Home Eco
nomics mamly cooking and sewing
Our appreciation for helping so efficiently
with the 1952 El Hi An
All flat tires and dmged fenders
An up and coming basketball team and
hopes of first place in the league
All blue ribbons and prize stock
Our compliments for supervrsing the publi
cation of the H1 View so well
Our thanks for directing the senior play and
helping to make it a great success
All our tough problems in Mathematics
All our illegal and tardy excuses
All the explosions in the Chemistry room
All unpolished instruments and broken ear
All telephone calls and school supplies
Many were called but few were chosen Those few are hereby recognized by our individual
Marjorie Pasterik leaves her height to Lee
Lynn Parks leaves his uiet manners to Au
Geraldme Claypool leaves her abillty to play
basketball to Wilda Johns
Jack Rearick leaves his funny faces to James
Florence Kough leaves her ability to carry on
in study hall to Ronald D Miller
Donald Wmgard leaves his good manners to
Lois Kelly leaves her temper to any other red
Wayne Meyers leaves his basketball ability to
Ruth Coleman leaves her athletic ability to
Nancy Richardson leaves her neatness to all
who need it
Lee S1lv1s leaves his baseball ability to Virgil
Shirley Orr leaves her good looks to anyone
who needs it
Ruth Sheasley leaves her ability as a Hitt to
Bill Altmeyer leaves his wavy hair to Carrie
Judy Hellman leaves herself to Bob Lasher
Lawrence Kepple leaves his guitar playing to
to Edna Boyer
Raymond Schall leaves his ability to play a
trumpet to Gary Wood
Jean Hartman leaves her smgmg ability to
Ray Kimpel leaves his football ability to the
future football team
Rachellee Rodocker leaves herself to Apollo
Gary Johnston leaves his good sense of humor
to Vernon Parks
Edith Harkleroad leaves herself to Richard
Jerome Strong leaves his bright colored hats
to Frank Bortz
Ruth Leightley leaves her typing ability to
Jane Lelghtner leaves herself to Cicero s Rol
Erwood Meyer leaves himself to be the future
manager of the P1ttsburgh Pirates
Paul Simmons leaves his sore throats from
being class presldent to any other president
Bob Boyer leaves Anna Mae Adams to Bob
This our last will and testament has been witnessed by the twenty nine members of our
class this 29th day of May 1952 and signed by Paul Simmons Class President, and Donald
Wingard Vice President
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drey Yount. Janice McGaughey leaves her driving ability
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Boy, what a swell day' You know, I feel as
though I slept for almost ten years Impossible but
I guess Ill find out Ill see whats on the radlo
Thls IS ER I D , and now five mlnutes of the la e
world news Bob Boyer reportlng CBob who IS also
a great slnger IS dolng very well ln hls radlo career
He hopes to start hls own radlo statlon ln Shelocta
very soon J
Flash' Jerry Strong has just won the tourna
ment of the auto races ln Indlanapolls Indiana
Now our commercial Furnlture to move? See the
Mayflower Moving Vans, owned and operated by
Oh Oh there goes the telephone just a mlnute
I ll have to turn the radlo off Hello-Oh hello Ruth
No Im not busy What' You say Edlth Harkle
road was appolnted Dean of the new Sororlty House
over on jefferson Street Elderton really has pros
pered ln the last few years hasnt It Ruth? O K
Well Ill be seelng you bye That was my old
school pal, the former Ruth Lelghtley She and her
husband own the super market ln Elderton
Well I feel klnd of famlshed I guess Ill eat my
breakfast before I dle of starvation But first I ll see
lf the mllkman came yet Yes, here lt IS Oh' Good
mornlng Erwood I see you have a letter for me
sectlon of town I heard that he and hlS wlfe have
just bought the blg house on the corner of Maln and
Oak Street Wlth those four boys they certalnly need
a large house Let's see, thls letter IS from jean Hart
man Incldently she IS now a nurse ln the Whltesburg
HOSPIIHI She graduated from Rockvllle Tralnlng
School for Nurses
Now whlle I m eatlng my oreakfast Ill read the
momlng paper You have probably heard that Don
Wlngard IS now edltor of thls paper the Elderton
Tlmes My he really was the ambltlous one of our
class He advanced from dltch dlgglng to edltlng a
newspaper ln just these ten years
Well heres an lnterestlng ltem Florence
Kough had a bouncing baby boy last nlght Thls
makes her fifth one Her husband operates a dalry
farm lh Shelocta"
Rachelle Rodocker wrltes a comic strlp that IS
publlshed ln the Tlmes Last summer she won fame
and fortune by swlmmlng the Engllsh Channel
Tlme now for me to watch Marjorie Pasterlk on
her televlslon show She conducts a program of ln
terest malnly for women, conslstlng of household
hlnts, TGCIPSS and ltems of general lnterest to the
housewlfe What a colncldence' Today her guest IS
Lynn Parks now a famous opera slnger And just
thlnk he was always such a qulet boy ln school
Ill certalnly have to hurry lf I want to catch
that next bus down town' There now the door 15
locked and I m on my way And here comes the bus
just on time Schall they call hlm Raymond
now operates the Schall bus llnes Hello Ray Of
course you remember Ray Klmpel He IS one of the
bus drlvers He hopes someday to have a bus llne of
hls own ln Shay He and hls fiancee a clerk ln the
local FIVE and Ten are plannlng a June weddlng
Thls IS the corner where I get off and just a few
steps from the McGaughey Beauty Shoppe Hello
JSIIICG I hope I m not late for my appointment "
After graduatlng from Apollo Beauty School Janlce
set up her own shop on 10th Street Well look who
just came ln Lee SllVlS a cosmetlc salesman' He
travels throughout Pennsylvanla selling equlpment to
varlous beauty shops Thank you JZIIICB I ll have to
be runnlng along
Hum m m here s Lols Kelly s dress shop I thlnk
I ll go IH and see lf her shipment of the latest dress
styles IS ln yet Lols has been dolng very well wlth
her shop the past elght years Remember Wayne
Meyers who was always cuttlng up ln school? Well
he 15 now cuttlng up ln hls barber shop just across
I am to meet Shlrley Orr at the Altmeyer Rest
aurant Blll owns the new restaurant on 8th Street ln
Elderton Belng such a wonderful cook he went lnto
the restaurant buslness and now serves the best
Oh' Here comes Shlrley now just returnlng
from a buslness trlp As you know she IS employed by
the Floyd Orr Corporatlon 726 North East Boulevard
Later Feels so good to be back home
Knock knock That was two of my former class
mates Ruth Coleman and Nancy Rlchardson both
teachers at the Elderton Hlgh School Ruth IS the
Physical Education teacher and Nancy teaches Home
Economics They both enjoy teachlng very much
Well I must get dlnner started guests tonlght
Two former classmates Ruth Sheasley and jane
Lelghtner jane wlnner of roller skatlng tournaments
IS now teachlng roller skatmg at the Lelghtner Roller
Rlnk Ruth Sheasley owns the beautlful fifty acre
flower farm just out of town Her maln flowers are
the orchld and the petunla Gary Johnston a licensed
pllot operates her flower farm
I ll have to hurry to get down town and take ln
the last shovx starrlng Judy Hellman and jack
Rearlck Judy s theatre career started through one of
her best friends Jane Russell And jack well h
was just born an actor
It belng so late I had better take a IGXI home
We all know Paul Slmmons a very fine lad who owns
and operates the Slmmons IGXI servlce
The prophecy of the class of 1952 was wrltten
by Geraldlne Claypool, who IS undoubtedly a syndl
cate gossip columnlst ln Hollywood Callfornla
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CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER CLASS Morro
Blue and Gold Orchid "A winner never quits and a
quitter never wins."
"Oh! Frankie." "Pretty Boy." "Wow." "Ain't Love Grand."
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First row: Vivian Grinder, Donna
Cravener, Shirley Ellenberger, Anna
Mae Adams, Marguerite Stitt, Joyce
Ashbaugh, Laura Belle Rishell. Sec-
ond row: Grace Gearhart, Wilda
Johns, Peggy Varner, Beverly Wil-
liams, Jackie Powell, Arlene Sheasley,
Ethel Miller. Third row: Edna Boyer,
Glenna Lou Wingard, Joanne Hooks,
Edna Kimmel, Miss I-Ieimberger.
First row: Kenneth Wissinger, Mil-
ford Wagner, Jay Kunkle, Franklin
Silvis, Don Elder, Earl Wissinger,
Lloyd Schrecengost. Second row: Ron-
ald D. Miller, Eddie Fiscus, Jim Peter-
man, Wayne Shaeffer, Harold John-
ston, Bob Hankey, John Fleming,
Frank Bortz. Third row: Vernon
Parks, Ronald C. Miller, Lee Smelt-
zer, Stanley Rupert, Fred Ridenour,
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
When the Class of "SIS" entered Elderton High this year
they received some new members from Kittanning Township,
who were very much welcomed.
At the annual Halloween parade, sponsored by the Lions,
the juniors entered their Hoat in the parade. The theme of the
float was a "funeral," which was represented by the corpse, his
wife, some friends, a ghost, an angel, and satan. The float won
first prize. The class also had a fortune teller at the fair.
On November 30, the class sponsored a square dance. The
"Tune Twisters" played for the dance.
Although the juniors were divided into two homerooms,
they managed to have class meetings at which they planned their
activities. One of their undertakings was the Junior-Senior Prom.
The prom was held in the High School auditorium on May 9.
The great "dramatists" of the junior class presented a three
act comedy for the public, entitled "The Darling Bratsf' The cast
was selected by Mr. Faulkner, the director of our play.
The junior class leaves E.H.S. this spring with the hope that
all of us can return as seniors this fall and graduate.
Vacation time Typing I. Betty wants a new hat
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Sponsor of Sophomore Class
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CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO CLASS FLOWER
Green and Gold "Pick your peak and climb." White Rose
"Grace Darling" Jean and Nancy "In a Trance" "Hey, Hey, Good Lookin"
First row: Ruth Ann Johnson, Betty
I-Iollobaugh, Bette Thompson, Delor-
es Mclntire, Nancy Yount, Betty
Mills, Janice Harding, Betty Uplinger,
Pauline Painter, Lorraine Henderson,
Shirley Hartman. Second row: Mrs.
Denning, Mary Reefer, Ruth Young,
Helen Peterman, Ruth Elaine Law-
ton, Gloria Silvis, Marion Wright,
George Huselton, Annabelle Prugh.
Third row: Jack Wood, Eddie Schall,
Jean Hollobaugh, Eleanor McCul-
lough, Joanne Stewart, James Mc-
Pherson. Fourth row: Don Kunkle,
Lois Jamison, Audrey Yount, Joe
Kanzlemar, Reed Schrecengost, Har-
lin Fairman, Stanley Klingensmith,
First row: Wayne Baker, Lois Elgin,
Grace Cribbs, Veda Clark, Pearl Erb.
Second row: Thelda Farster, Evelyn
Boyer, Betty Bowser, Wayne Cessna.
Third row: Wilma Boyer, Ronald
Blose, Wilbert Craft, Walter Boyer,
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
There are fifty-four pupils in our class, but I will just briefly
mention a few of them who seem to stand out at this moment.
Ronald Blose and Audrey Yount make with the jokes and laughs.
Ruth Lawton seems to be the cleverest, and she wiggles out of
everything she gets into Cespecially her difficulties in Mr. Long-
well's study hallj. Don Kunkle is the brainiest of the many intel-
ligent ones of our class. Grace Cribbs appears to be the out-
standing girl in basketball.
Our class had a Christmas party on December 2 1, 1951. We
exchanged gifts and had candy, pop, potato chips, and cookies
for our lunch. Everyone had a good time but we were anxious
for our vacation to start.
We sponsored a square dance on March 7, 1952. Music was
furnished by the "Star Dusters" from Saxonburg. We had a cake
walk and sold refreshments. We had a large crowd and they had
a wonderful time.
We have a junior Varsity cheerleader in our class. She is
Bette Thompson. We hope for more next year.
We have three boys from our class who are on the Junior
Varsity basketball team. They are as follows: Don Kunkle, Jim
McPherson, and jack Woods.
GIRLS! WE HARDLY HAVE ANY BOYS!
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Sponsor of Freshman Class
Carolyn Heilman, Presidentg
Blue and Gold
james Frazier, Treasurerg Marlene Erdley, Secretary jane Mxller Vlce President
CLASS MoT'ro CLASS FLOWER
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ARE THE BOYS?
First row: Gloria Hartman, Frances
Rearick, Luella Schall, Marlene Erd-
ley, Donna Kunkle, Janet Hankey,
Loretta Henderson, Delores Ashbaugh,
Evelyn Beere, Janet Meyer, Shirley
Clever, Carolyn Heilman. Second row:
Betty Heckman, Thelma Hawkins,
Mary Baker, Eileen Hankey, Daisy
Sheasley, Carrie George, Evelyn
Kough, June Shaffer, Dorothy Reefer.
Third row: Lois Anderson, Faye Es-
pey, Margaret Sheasley, Eula Hankey,
Doris McVay, Miriam Schall, Norita
McIntyre, Arlene Smith. Fourth row:
Lois Boyer, Delores Brown, Jane Mill-
er, Gloria Leard, Sandra Campbell,
Joan Miller, Mr. Dunmire.
First row: Louise Meyer, Thelma
George, Savilla Rodocker, Edith Rish-
ell, Betty Frederick, Lorraine Up-
linger, Sarah Painter, Faye Boyer.
Second row: Dale Miller, Richard
Fry, Robert Kunkle, Errol Frailey,
William Forringer, Charles Everhart,
Eugene Wissinger, Ray Humbel,
Charles Kanzlemar, Eugene Wiegand.
Third row-: Miss Cerutti, jim Flem-
ing, james Frazier, Bob Solinger, Tom
Williams, Earl Prugh, Dick Williams,
Lyle Baker, Bill Walker. Fourth row:
Arnold Johnston, Jim Shupe, Ken
George, Nelson Schrecengost, Dwight
Shupe, David Peterman, Mr. Fleming.
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
"We Mode History Every Day!"
The lively freshman class of 1951-52 consisted of pupils from four districts:
Elderton Borough, Kittanning Township, South Bend Township, and Plum-
In the "lost and found department" during the first semester, we "lost"
Delores Ashbaugh and "found" Myretta Montgomery.
The report room teachers were Mr. Dunmire, who had charge of thirty-five
girls. QI-Ie is to be praised rather than pitied.j Miss Cerutti had charge of four-
teen boys and live girls. Mr. Fleming had thirteen boys and four girls.
The distribution of the students was due to the Home Economics course.
"Mr. Dunmire, in case nobody told you, that is why you were stuck with thirty-
The freshman courses offered were: Civics, History of Pennsylvania, Gen-
eral Mathematics, General Science, English, Art, Home Economics, Industrial
Arts, Music. Chorus, Physical Education, Agriculture, and Driver Training.
The ninth grade participated in many activities. We had five members on
the Hi-View Staff, thirty-one members in chorus, thirty-five members in the Jun-
ior Tri-Hi-Y, eight band members, six members on the Junior Varsity basketball
squad, and six majorettes.
There were four Csometimes fivej boys in some of the "thirty-live girl"
classes from Mr. Dunmire's room. The poor boys took a great deal of joking
from all these girls but the authorities think they thoroughly enjoyed it. Who
wouldn't? The remaining students had classes together.
The freshman class had a variety show for the assembly, held on February
twenty-seventh. Among the attractions were tap dancing, a one-act comedy,
instrumental and vocal numbers, and a majorette routine.
On completing our freshman year at E.H.S., we realize that we carry with
us one bit of knowledge, we now know why these are called "The best years of
Gloria A Winner Candlelight Service
First row: Dale Sheasley, Jack Fra-
zier, Homer Schrecengost, jim Gran-
ny, Buddy Brown, Gary Wood, Rob-
ert Smeltzer, Robert Coleman, Rich-
ard Cribbs, Marlin Weigand. Second
row: Randall Mechling, Alvin Miller,
Dale Boarts, Kenneth Lukehart,
Wayne Altman, Ed Ruffner, Ralph
Hoover, Earl Prugh, Charles Gillespie.
Third row: Ellen Jean Schall, Lois
McAfoose, Marylin Williams, janet
Peterman, Dorothy jean McGaughey,
Marjorie Kough, Helen Thomas, Shir-
ley Bruce, Pearl Cessna, Lucille Blose,
Cleolla Vermillion, Mr. Deemer.
Fourth row: jean Frailey, Shirley
Meyer, Genevieve Crissman, Alma
Claypool, Roberta Silvis, Sylvia Bow-
ser, Lois Boyer.
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Vice President .
First row: Vergil Rearick, Bob Meyer,
Eddie Kanzlemar, Russell Baker,
Donald Lukehart, Dan Powell, Fred
Shaffer. Second row: Ronnie Mc-
Causland, Delone Boyer, Glenn Cro-
futt, Harold Wingard, Gerald Silvis,
Leroy Claypool, Clair Blystone, jer-
ry Costanzo, Harry Hankinson, Ray-
mond George, Richard Uplinger,
Blair Peterman. Third row: Miss
Buettner, Saragaye Boyer, Lois Schrec-
engost, Anna Marie Kimmel, Shirley
Altmeyer, Shirley McCullough, Flor-
ence Blystone, Joan Weaver, Ella
Mae Reefer, Maxine Meyers, Barbara
Miller, Shirley Cochran, Donna jean
Campbell, Lola Leightley, Ruth Win-
gard, Lola Cessna.
Alone, left to right: Blaine Meyers,
Neale Shaffer. First row: Ronald
Weight, Larry Mechling, James
George, Edward Perotti, Leonard
Cravener, james Granny, Darrel
Leightley, Lloyd Craft, Herbert Rish-
ell, Veryl Cessna. Second row: Leroy
Baker, Charles Free, Ralph Miller,
Elbert Graham, Donald Bruce, Mar-
lin Gillespie, Harry Smith, Victor
Fiscus, johnny Keeler, Stuart Fair-
man, Bernard Boyer, Frank Mangus.
Third row: Carol Thompson, Linda
Forringer, Carol Ashbaugh, Margaret
Erdley, Mary Blaney, Loretta Wood,
Anna Mae Hollob ugh, Betty Altman,
Suzanne Heckart, Jane Schall, Susan
Rearick. Fourth row: Elaine Walker,
Marlene Blair, June Stitt, janet Mill-
er, Linda Miller, Marie Humble, Em-
ma Niehenke, Nancy Miller, Sally
Yount, Patricia Dobrosky, Elaine
Jamison, Mr. Shaffer.
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First row: Simon Cochran, Robert
Townsend, Dick Wood, Darien Hag-
erty, Leonard Fry, Ted Brown, Dale
Fleming, Larry Reefer, Kenneth
Burkett, Richard Sheasley, Gary Ball,
Pat George. Second row: Gaynelle
James, Marianne Elder, Lucinda
Jones, Shelby Gearhart, Irma Luke-
hart, Janice Altman, Donna Mc-
Laughlin, Marion Scott, Willovene
Frailey, Beverly Weaver, Annabelle
Mosbaugher, Martha Coleman, Thel-
ma Townsend. Third row: James Boy-
er, Eleanor Young, Elizabeth Heil-
man, Lee Anne Turner, Nancy Miller,
Mary Rupert, Marsha George, Mary
Ann Doland, Jeanette Amick, Eliza-
beth Heny, Mrs. Colgan. Fourth row:
Edward Fleming, Wayne Crofutt,
Darrel Schrecengost, Bernard Mech-
ling, Charles Thomas, john Mauk,
Harold Meyer, Paul Miller, Robert
Moore, Gerald Kunkle, Delbert Frail-
ey, Richard George.
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The 1951-52 edition of the Bobcats showed only
four returning lettermen and they were all seniors.
However, a host of promising underclassmen re-
ported for the first practice. After intensive drills
and hard scrimmages, led by our new coach, Lavern
Johnson, who replaced James Kane, the Green and
White was ready for a grueling sixteen game
Elderton was again assigned to Section 21,
WPIAL competition, playing with Apollo, Dayton,
Elders Ridge, Shannock Valley, Washington and
Saltsburg. Elderton defeated Elders Ridge 47-45 in
a league game tussle. It was the first time that we
had beaten Elders Ridge in five years.
The Elderton Bobcats will lose seven seniors by
graduation this spring: Bob Boyer, Lee Silvis, Don
Wingard, Wayne Meyers, Gary Johnston, Ray-
mond Schall, and Bill Altmeyer. They will be great-
ly missed by the team next year.
Mr. Johnson, our new coach this year, took over
the basketball program from Mr. Kane, whose
three years of coaching at Elderton were not very
LAVERNE JOHNSON, Coach
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Successful. E.H.S 33 Shannock Valley 43
E.H.S 33 . .. . . Dayton 50
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Mr. Johnson teaches health, and coaches all E'H'S' 41 ' " """" Shannock Valley 73
sports in the school. If you ever have any problems, EHS' 60 ' ""' ' ' ' ' Dayton 81
you will find that he is a very kind and sympathetic E-H-S 42 --'-i,'A- -- - - WaShiUgt0n 63
person to take them to. E.H.S 31 .. ....., , ,, Bell 52
Score can't be too bad. Dr. Heilman checks a "ticker."
Rear row: Coach Johnson, L. Silvis, Altmeyer, Rupert, Boyer, Meyers, Manager, E. Meyer.
Front row: Schall, Wingard, H. Johnston, F. Silvis, G. Johnston, Peterman.
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Semor who xs full of fight good
set shot never quxts plays hxs
best all the txme
Another fast breaking aggressxve
forward a semor who IS full of
fight good rebounder a
Another athletlc junior plays
hxs best all the tlme never quits
has another year on the varsity
GHYY Guard Forward
A hard dnvmg semor especxally
good set shot plays hard
good rebounder and play maker
A semor who IS full of fight
good rebounder exceptionally
good pivot man plays his best all
the tlme hxgh scorer this year
Good set shot smooth court
man has great thmgs ln store for
hxs semor year w1ll be one of the
team leaders next year
Another one of those athletic Jun
lors IS a good ball handler
never qults should be outstandmg
hls semor year
Good on a set shot aggressnve
and smooth rehable m a tzght
spot full of iight handy fel
low to have around
Fast breaking aggresslve forward
a Jumor who IS full of fight
set shot artlst good rebounder
has another year on the varslty
Most accurate shot on the team
set shot artxst fast and trlcky
IS small but very elusive
plays hxs best all the tlme
Don Guard Forward
Rangy forward full of pep and
light IS good ball handler
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First row: Wood, Solinger, Fleming, Kunkle, Everhart. Second
row: Williams, Shaeffer, Ridenour, D. Kunkle, McPherson. Third
row: Coach, johnson, Frye, Frailey, Frazier, Williams, J. Kunkle,
E. Wissinger, Manager, Miller.
just for practice.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Thns IS the first year that EHS has sponsored
orgamzed jumor Hlgh basketball The program was
under the superv1s1on of Mr Faulkner and was en
thuslastlcally recelved by the boys of the seventh
and erghth grades
Approxlmately twenty boys attended practice
regularly throughout the season Most of the prac
t1ce sessnons were used drxllmg on fundamentals of
the game However, a few practxce games were
played thxs year and next year the plans are to ex
pand the program and play some scheduled games
wrth the nearby schools
Ted Brown Larry Reefer Leonard Frye Dxck Wood Dale Fleming Verg1lRearlck
james Granny Robert Smeltzer Blame Meyers Jack Frazier
Fred Shaffer, Ed Ruffner, Harold Wmgard, Bernard BOYGY, B111 Wllkeff Jlm GFSHDY,
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The junior Varsity consists of sev-
en peppy girls who practice long and
hard to devise new cheers and im-
prove the old ones. Five of these girls
were among the twelve chosen by the
student body to lead the cheering next
Hats OH to the Varsity Cheerlead-
ers! These six girls were chosen in
their sophomore year. They have
worked hard to create a better feeling
of school spirit among the students of
E.H.S. They have done a very good
job of leading cheers at the basket-
ball games and pep rallies.
Miss Cerutti is the coach of both
cheerleading squads, and she deserves
much of the credit for our cheerlead-
ers being ranked with the best in the
section. Miss Cerutti was also greatly
responsible for the new uniforms ob-
tained for the girls this year.
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The Student Councll of Elderton Hlgh was
organxzed 1n 1947 for the purpose of gwmg
the students a VOICE 1n the school government
Student Councll IS made up of s1x semors,
four JUHIOYS, three sophomores, two freshmen,
two elghth graders and two seventh graders
A meetmg IS held every Thursday
Frank Bortz Vxce President Mr Deemer Fac
ulty Advxser Raymond Schall Presxdent Nan
cy Rrchardson Treasurer Donna Cravener
Some projects sponsored by the Student
Councxl are the movles ln assembly brmgmg
1n commerclal entertalnment, ushermg stu
dents 1nto assembly, assxstlng 1n the promo
t1on of the sprmg play and cheerleaders un1
Flrst row Ielt to right Pearl Cessna Lols Jamlson Helen Peterman Ehzabeth Hellman Shxrley Ellenberger
June Shaelfer Second row Gary Wood Donna Cravener Nancy Rlchardson Frank Bortz Donald Bruce Earl
Johnston Robert Hanky Mr Deemer
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First row: Joe Kanzlemar, Wayne Baker, Kenny Wissinger, Jack Wood, Clyde Weight, George Husselton, Jim
McPherson, Raymond Schall, Jay Kunkle. Second row: Ronald Miller, Harold Johnston, John Fleming, Earl
Wissinger, Lawrence Kepple, Jim Peterman, Lynn Parks, Gary Johnston, William Mclntire, Erwood Meyer,
Walter Boyer. Third row: Russell Boyer, Paul Gillespie, Frank Bortz, Fred Ridenour, Bill Altmeyer, Bob Lasher,
Jack Rearick, Wayne Meyers, Bob Boyer, Don Kunkle, John Crownover. Fourth row: Eddie Fiscus, Wilbert
Craft, Jerome Strong, Lee Silvis, Stanley Rupert, Lee Smeltzer, Wayne Shaffer, Ray Kimple, Frank Silvis,
Don Wingard, Reed Schrecengost, Mr. Dunmire.
President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
WAYNE MEYERS JACK REARICK JOHN FLEMING DON KUNKLE
The Hi-Y is a religious organization for the betterment of American boys. The purpose of
the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high stand-
ards of Christian character.
The club, under the leadership of Mr. Raymond Dunmire, was organized this year. The
Hi-Y plans an induction service for its members in one of the local churches in the near future.
A square dance was sponsored by the Hi-Y in the month of February.
Waiting f0f 3 Sffeetfiaf- Graduation is near. Chivalrous seniors.
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Fzrst row Lols Elgin Shlrley Hartman Joyce Ashbaugh Glenna Lou Wmgard Edna Boyer Shirley Ellen
berger Ethel Muller Jean Hartman Peggy Stltt Pearl Erb Helen Peterman Ednth Harkleroad Second row
Laurabelle Rxshell Lois Jamxson Ruth Sheasley Thelda Farster VV1lma Boyer Ruth Lelghtley Nancy Rxch
ardson Delores Mclntxre Ruth Ann Johnston Marxon Wrlght Bette Thompson Betty Uplmger Jane Lexght
ner Janxce McGaughey Betty Mills Third row Mrs Denmng Nancy Yount Mary Reefer Rachellee Rodocker
Ruth Young Veda Clark Beverly Williams Edna Ktmmel Shirley Orr Ruth Coleman Jamce Harding Arlene
Sheasley Anna Mae Adams Donna Cravener Annabelle Prugh Fourth row Audrey Yount Glorxa Sxlvls Grace
Cnbbs Eleanor McCullough Wllda Johns Ruth Elame Lawton Geraldine Claypool Joan Stewart
Preszdent SHIRLEY ELLENBERGER Secretary JANE LEIGHTNER
Vice Preszdent NANCY YOUNT Treasurer EDNA BOYER
The Elderton Hlgh School Semor Trl H1 Y Club, under the superv1s1on of Mrs Denmng,
has completed 1ts fourth year The club meets every Monday mornmg We have wxth us thls
year forty mne members
The purpose of the Trx H1 Y 1S To create, mamtaln, and extend throughout the school and
community hxgh standards of Chrlstlan character
The platform IS self xmprovement, Chr1st1an fellowsh1p, and umted servxce
The emblem IS a pm which IS a small trxangle w1th Tr1 H1 Y m the corners and a torch
mscrlbed m a clrcle m the center
Slogan Pure words pure thoughts pure actlon
Objectwes To seek, to find, to share
Colors Red, whlte, and blue They exempllfy sacrxfice, purlty and loyalty
A C T I V I T I E S
Among the act1v1t1es for the year were
Party for the new members, Thanksgxvmg and Chrlstmas baskets whlch went to the needy
1n the commumty, a Round, Square and Polka Dance, and a wxener roast to close out the year
Our project for the year was sellmg Everyday Greetmg Cards
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Frrst row Carolyn Hellman Betty Heckman Daxsy Sheasley June SheaHer Sarah Gaye Boyer, Cleolla Ver
m1ll1on Delores Ashbaugh Frances Rearlck Loretta Henderson Shirley Clever Janet Hankey Donna Kunkle
Second row Miss Helmberger Genevieve Cnssman Luella Schall Evelyn Beere Mary Baker Eileen Hankey
Eula Hankey Carrie George Helen Thomas Janet Peterman Roberta S1lv1s Marylm Williams Lucille Blose
Dons McVay Third row joan Hartman Shlrley Altmeyer Lols McAfoose Dorothy McGaughey Pearl Cessna
Shlrley Bruce Lols J Boyer Lols Anderson Faye Espey joan Mlller Mmam Schall Fourth row Marlene Erd
ley Arlene Smlth Margaret Sheasley Glorla Leard Delores Brown Jane Miller Lols Boyer Sylvia Bowser
Alma Claypool Sandra Campbell Norxta Mclntlre
Presrdent CAROLYN HEILMAN
Vrce Presrdent JANE MILLER
Treasurer JUNE SHEAFFER
Secretary JOAN MILLER
The newly orgamzed Jumor Trl H1 Y club has been a bxg success The club advrsor lS Mlss
Betty He1mberger There are forty n1ne members, conslstmg of glrls from the eighth and nmth
grades The purpose lS to create, mamtam, and extend throughout the home and commumty
hlgh standards of Chrlstlan character
As a money ra1s1ng aCt1Vlty the club sold basketball schedule pencxls this year
A Thanksgxvmg and Christmas basket was also dehvered to a needy famxly of the communl
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Asszstant Edztor Nancy Rlchardson
Buszness Manager Raymond Schall
Asst Busmess Manager Don Wmgard
Photography Paul Slmmons, Bob Boyer
Lzterary Staff Shlrley Orr
Jamce McGaughey Jane Lelghtner,
Sales Manager Jack Rearlck
Ass't to Sales Manager Lawrence Kepple
Sports Gary Johnston, Ruth Coleman
Hzstorzan Marjorle Pasterlk
Art Judy Hexlman
Marjorle Paster1k, Gary Johnston
Prophecy Geraldme Claypool
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The Elderton Joint Chapter FFA was organized in September 1949 The Future Farmers
of America is a national organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture in pub
lic secondary schools
First row: David Peterman, Dwight Shupe, Richard Frye, James Frazier, John Smay, Ray Humble, Wayne
Cessna, Ronald Leightley, Dick Williams, Charles Everhart, Ronald Parks, Arnold Johnston, Ken George. Sec-
ond row: George Husselton, Jack Wood, Clyde Weight, Don Kunkle, Walter Boyer, Ronald Blose, Jim McPher-
son, Reed Schrecengost, Vernon Parks, Darl Meyer, Frankie Silvis, Frank Bortz, John Fleming, Russel Boyer,
Milford Wagner. Third row: Eddie Schall, Lawrence Kepple, Gary Johnston, Billy Mclntire, John Crownover,
Lee Smeltzer, Paul Gillespie, Lynn Parks, Jerome Strong, Jack Rearick, Lee Silvis, Eddie Fiscus, H. F. Longwell.
F. F. A.
Mr. Longwell and F.F.A. boys
with Mr. Mi1ler's prize sheep.
One of the phases of the vocational agri-
culture course is the home farming pro-
gram. These boys raised steers as their
project. Stanley Klingensmith won Reserve
Champion of the Shorthorn breed with his
steer shown at the left at the Baby Beef
show and sale in Pittsburgh.
Paul Simmons, Stanley Klingensmith,
Ray Cashdollar and John Fleming with
their steer projects at the Baby Beef round-
up at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stanley
was second in his class and Ray placed
Some of the projects of vocational agri-
culture include the following: Swine Rais-
ing, Poultry, Dairy, Sweet Corn, Field Corn,
Vegetable Gardens, Truck Farming, and
F. H. A.
The F.H.A. is an organization of Senior High School girls. We are preparing to be good
home makers of the future. Our organization gives us an appreciation of home making, furthers
our interest in Home Economics, and promotes better family and community relations.
President EDNA BOYER
Vice President ANNA MAE ADAMs
Secretary SHIRLEY ORR
Treasurer RUTH ELAINE LAWTON
Anna Mae Adams, Edna Boyer, Ruth Coleman, Donna Cravener, Grace Cribbs, Lois Elgin, Shirley Ellenberger,
Wilda johns, Ruth Ann Johnston, Shirley Hartman, Connie Kimmel, Edna Kimmel, Ruth Elaine Lawton, Jane
Leightner, jean Longstreth, Eleanor McCullough, Janice McGaughey, Delores Mclntire, Ethel Miller, Shirley
Orr, Helen Peterman, Nancy Richardson, Arlene Sheasley, Pauline Smith, Peg Stitt, Bette Thompson, Beverly
Williams, Glenna Lou Wingard, Marion Wright, Audrey Yount, Nancy Yount.
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Kunkle, Ruth Ann Johnston, Frances Rearick. Second row: Helen Peterman, Shirley Clever, Robert Smelt-
zer, Donna Cravener, Jeanette Amick, Nancy Richardson, Jim Fleming, Shirley Orr, Raymond Schall, Gary
Wood. Third row: Donald Kunkle, Lois Jamison, Carolyn Heilman, Elizabeth Heilman, Richard Frye, Robert
Solinger, Wayne Baker, Robert Kunkle, Janice McGaughey, Mr. Debsky. Fourth row: Lois Boyer, Betty Mills,
Jay Kunkle, Thomas Williams, Harold Johnston, Donald Bruce, Jane Leightner, James McPherson, Judy
Heilman. Filth row: Robert Boyer, Stanley Rupert, Jack Rearick, Lee Smeltzer, Frank Bortz, John Fleming.
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Everyone loves an Elderton parade, the snappy green and white uniforms, the beat of the
drums, the rhythmic step and the military air.
Only four years ago the Elderton High School Band came into existence. Since that time
they have worked hard to secure their beautiful green and white uniforms. They owe much cred-
it to the Mothers Auxiliary and the Elderton Lions Club.
Under the capable direction of Joseph Debsky, practice sessions came to order twice a week,
Wednesday and Friday.
This year their work featured the annual band concert, pep meetings, Halloween parade
and Memorial Day parade.
In addition to the Senior Band, Elderton boasts two other instrumental groups: the Junior
Band, which was organized a little more than a year ago, and the Beginners' Band, a product of
last fall. They include many elementary children and are used as feeder groups for the senior
Private instruction. HOIT16 WOfk-
First row: Edith Harkleroad, Betty Uplinger, Ruth Sheasley, Lois Kelly, Francis Rearick, Ruth Ann Johnston,
Rachelle Rodocker, Laura Belle Rishell, Lorraine Henderson, Vivian Grinder, Marion Wright. Second row: Eve-
lyn Beere, Luella Schall, Helen Peterman, Delores Mclntire, Mary Reefer, Annabelle Prugh, Betty Mills, Lois
Elgin, Bette Thompson, Lois Jamison, Shirley Hartman, Donna Kunkle, Shirley Clever. Third row: Janet Han-
key, Janet Meyer, Shirley Ellenberger, Anna Mae Adams, Arlene Sheasley, Joanne Hartman, Joanne Hooks, Car-
olyn Heilman, Marlene Erdley, Eileen Hankey, Daisy Sheasley, June Shaeffer, Margaret Sheasley, Mr. Debsky.
Do, re, mi, fa, and so on up the music scale goes the Mixed Chorus, under
the direction of Mr. Debsky.
This group consists of ninety-five boys and girls taken from the freshman,
sophomore, junior and senior classes. This body is the largest organization in
On the program this year was a beautiful Christmas Candlelight service.
There was also a spring operetta in April.
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First row: Betty Heckman, Delores Brown, Evelyn Kough, Grace Gearhart, Freda Hankinson, Betty Bowser,
Gloria Silvis, Norita Mclntire, Carrie George, Loretta Schall, Faye Espy. Second row: Eleanor McCullough, Ger-
aldine Claypool, Audrey Yount, Ruth Young, Janice McGaughey, Jane Leightner, Nancy Yount, Ethel Miller,
Wilda Johns, Grace Boyer, Ruth Elaine Lawton, Miriam Schall, Peggy Varner, Shirley Orr, Ruth Coleman. Third
row: Beverly Williams, Jacqueline Powell, Pauline Smith, Glenna Lou Wingard, Sandra Campbell, Gloria
Leard, Connie Kimmel, Jane Miller, Lois Boyer, Judy Heilman, Eula Hankey, Ruth Leightley, Florence Kough,
Joan Miller, Arlene Smith, Lois Anderson, Mr. Debsky,
all appreciate the fine results.
mons, Wa ne Meyers, Jack Rearick, Bob Boyer.
Much credit must be given to Mr. Debsky for his fine organ
ization of band and choruses. We all realize that he has put much
hard work into the different concerts and programsg however, we
Front row: Walter Boyer, Jay Kunkle, Don Wingard, Lloyd Schrecengost, Mr
Debsky. Back row: Ray Kimpel, Bill Altmeyer, Stanley Rupert, Paul Sim
First row: Ruth Ann Johnston, Delores Mclntire, Frances Rearick. Second row: Luella Schall, Margaret Sheas-
ley, Sandra Campbell, Gloria Leard, Donna Kunkle.
Whenever the sound of drums is heard, all eyes look toward the glimmering batons and
white boots of the majorettes.
These girls work hard to obtain their snappy formations and twirling routines. Although
this unit was organized only a year ago, it is already one of the outstanding organizations in
the school. The majorettes perform at all pep meetings, parades and appear with the band at all
Since these pictures were taken, the majorettes have received new uniforms through the
efforts of the Elderton Lions Club.
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FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
ELDERTON STATE BANK
Good Bankxnq Facrlrtres In
Member Federal Deposxt Insurance Corp
DE SOTO PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
Thxrd Avenue and Seventh Street
Phone 62 2231
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
SHUMAKER CHEVROLET CO
Frith Avenue at Tenth Street
Telephone 62 1971
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
CROYLE S REFRIGERATION
FORD CITY 62 3121
General Electnc Applrances
FRANK L BUCKO
nrmcnss or Form cmr
GEORGE WM GODDARD
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
Comphments of the
FIFTH AVE HOTEL
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
We Speciahxe In
BANQUETS and WEDDINGS
McNUTT AGENCY INC
I E WOLFE MGR
Complete Insurance Service
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
Dral S2 2961
THE NATIONAL BANK
OF FORD CITY
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
Member Federal Reserve System
or FORD cm! PENNSYLVANIA
Complete Banlnng Servxce
They All Take Thexr
Best Girl Fnend
WHITESELL RADIO ELECTRIC
Norge Home Apphances
Leechburg and Vandergrrit
165 Market St 177 Columbra Ave
Ask lor GREINERS
Farm Maud Bread
GREINERS BAKING CO INC
LUMBER 6. SUPPLY CO
Translt Mixed Concrete
Cabrnet Work DuPont Paints
Rear Wheel Allqnment
Brake and Carburetor Servxce
Corner FIIth Avenue and Nmth Street
Phone 62 3111
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
L B CROOKSHANK
PENN GLENN ou. woaxs
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Esso Service and Lunch
INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE
Member ot Pennsylvama Newspaper As
socratron and Ahdrt Bureau oi Crrculatxons
Full Leased Associated Press Wxre Servxce
N E H and Kmg Feature Servrce
Lubrxcation Accessones Coniectxons
Sunoco Dynatuel and Sun Oxls
Route 422 Phone 2393
KING S DRUG STORE
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RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Deposit Corporation FORD CITY
ROSSI MOTOR CO
Oldsmobrle Sales and Servlce
108 Washmgton Avenue
Vandergntts Leadmg Iewelers
143 Grant Avenue
H L YERTLY
181 Lrncoln Avenue
W F PAULY
GUTHRIE CHEVROLET CO
Sales CHEVROLET Servrce
Apollo and Vandergnit PCI
338 Walnut Street
APOLLO VANDERG RIFT
LON H ODONNELL
H H Weylman Bldg
ANSLEY 6. ZIMMERMAN
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Member of Federal Reserve System
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IT PAYS TO BELONG
339 Market Street
Ladies and Chxlclrens Fme Apparel
133 Market Street
Telephone 42 4421
QUALITY COAL CO
Phone Elderton 2 869
3 SHELOCTA PENNSYLVANIA
A 6. P SUPER MARKET
DEAN S DINER
H E SHAI-'I-'ER S
Truck Stop and Restaurant
Home Cooked Meals
Where Prescnptrons Are I-'rlled
They Should Be
DICK 6. GEORGE S
1302 Phrladelphra Street
SOLINGER S STORE
Fmest Qualrty Portrart and
ASH SHOE COMPANY
HOME or FINE SHOES
Indrana and Vandergnft Pa
Automotxve Electrtc Service
Generators Starters Regulators
Lrqhtmq and Iqnrtxon
VISIT OUR DAIRY
Member of Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA '
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PLUMVILLE DRY CLEANERS
Qualxty Servrce and Dependabxlxty
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Lumber Mill Work and
RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
222 Market Street
RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
Deposxt Your Money in the
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TITLE
Member F D I Corporauon
DONALD A STEVENS Ieweler
Diamonds Watches Clocks Iewelry
Watch Clock and Iewelry Repalnng
Fme Grits lor All Occasions
132 N Warren Ave Dlal 721341
ALTMIRE BROS COAL CO
Lump Egg Stoker MIR
Phone 1257 A
THE WRAY YOUNT CO
Excavating Gradxng Pavxng
DODGE and PLYMOUTH
Sales and Servxce
HOLLAND FURNACE CO
GAS OIL COAL FURNACES
Clean and Repair
WINGER S SERVICENTER
SPRING CHURCH PENNSYLVANIA
Karser Frazer Sales and Service
Phone 72 4911
WIDDOWSON S IEWELERS
We Apprecxate Your Patronage
MATEER S FURNITURE
1505 Ieflerson Street
Phone 42 3591
ALLEN S DRUG STORE
'II-IE I-'EIENDLY PHARMACY
Corner Market and McKean Street
EINSTEIN AND CAMPBELL
MENS CLOTHING WEAR
115 North Warren Avenue
Anna F Armrtage
Phone 72 4871
STEELE S HARDWARE AN
Your G E and Crosley Dealer
Ioseph F Buccr Proprletor
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CLARENCE P CLARK
Phone Elderton 2694
THE RINGGOLD CORP
Sales and Servrce
Route 422 Phone 43 2311
HARRY DENTON MARSHALL
Phone 43 7071
ROBERT H POWERS
REGISTER and RECORDER
THE SHERIFF S OFFICE
ARMSTRONG FARM BUREAU
CO OP ASSOCIATION
Feed Seed Fertilizer
Gas Ol Grease
Phone 43 0951 Klttannxng Pa
Cas Corbey Ferguson
Farm Sales and Service
Phone 42 1291 42 1201
HERBERT G GATES
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RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
BUCHMAN S AND COMPANY
For Fine Clothing Furnxshmgs
701 Phxladelphxa Street
Always a Good Show
FORD CITY PENNSYLVANIA
Three Hour Service
167 Columbus Avenue
CLARK S HARDWARE
Stoves Tinware Paints
Olls Carpets Etc
Myers Electric Pumps
Baled Hay Straw Coal
Phone Elderton 2351
R GORDON 6: SONS
The Square Deal Furniture Store
123 Washmgton Avenue
WE SERVE LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
Famous Delicious Home-baked
F OULIS DRY CLEANING
Kntanmng and Ford Cnty Pa
KITTANNIN G PENNSYLVANIA
H M 6. W H KIMMEL
POULTRY BEEF CATTLE 1-zoos
KISKI BOTTLING COMPANY
Nesbitt Calttornla Orange and
Krslrl Fine Flavors
194 Lmcoln Avenue
157 North Iefterson Street
Phone 43 8131
BOOK 6' SUPPLY STORE
Bibles Books Mottoes
Sunday School and Church Supplies
344 Market Street
KITTANN IN G PENNSYLVANIA
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THE ARMSTRONG COUNTY
Complete Banking Services
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
HELEN S BEAUTY SHOP
F W WOOLWORTH
H. Porter Miller E. Marie Miller
Owners and Proprietors
R. D. I SHELOCTA PENNSYLVANIA
Baby Chicks - I-latching Eggs
Breeding Stock - Poultry Supplies
ABE N COHEN
Reliable Family Outlitter
RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
W F SNYDER
RURAL VALLEY PENNSYLVANIA
IOE S ARMY 6. NAVY STORE
Mfzrrs nmzss and wonx CLOTHES
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AMOCO GAS and OIL
Water Well Drilling and Cleaning
Electric Pumps and Pipe
R. D. 1 KITTANNING, PENNSYLVANIA
' GENERAL INSURANCE
Complimems of INDIANA DAIRY CO.
BOYDIS IEWELERS I-Iomogenized Milk and Ice Cream
EXPERT REPAIR WORK
Z0 South Seventh Street
INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA
MASTERS' DRY CLEANERS
FLORAL SHOPPE TROUTMAN 5
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World Wxde Delrvery Servxce Delmflmenl SING
Phone 37 I 587 Phxladelphla Street INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA
WATCH REPAIR SHOP
15 South Nmth Street
WOODIE S FLOWER SHOP WOOD BOWSER S
KITTANNING PENNSYLVANIA TIRE 5' RECAPPING SHOP
Phone 43 1891 KITIANNING PENNSYLVANIA
DEAN P WYANT
Dral 42 141 1
BARCLAY S HARDWARE
520 Phrladelphra Street
MCKEAN FLOOR COVERINGS
109 North Jefferson Street
Phone 1392 L
H R Gamble
D C George
Wrlbert E Rearrck
R W Dunmxre
Mamfest Motor Co
and Mrs Robert V Reanck
and Mrs Wrllram Mclntrre
and Mrs Lloyd Wmgard
Esh s Servxce Statlon
Luxenberg s Iewelry
Mr and Mrs E R Wmgard
Mr and Mrs Edwm Rearxck
Anna Mary Solxnger
Mr and Mrs Stanley Schall
Papers K F Sales and Servxce
Wray s Darry Store
Bruno s Market
Mrs C D Haney
Mr and Mrs Thomas McCully
Mr and Mrs Charles Rosborough
Mr and Mrs R M Hellman
Daugherty S Lumber Co
Dr I W Campbell
Indrana Automoblle Assocratxon
Stewart s Hardware
N V Wood
Lreb s Applrance
Frank L Nefi
Margaret Hams Flower Shoppe
Kays Dress Shoppe
Barkley s Restaurant
Hawk s Radro Shop
Mr and Mrs Iohn Lerghtner
Mr and Mrs A C Lerghtner
Chxcken Pre Shoppe
Seger s Grocery
Mr and Mrs OrIs Boyer
DentIc1 s Market
Anman s Market
Arn Slov Store
Grossman s Food Store
O T Taylor G Son
Mr and Mrs Carl Strtt
McConnel G Watterson Co
The Rose Shop
Colonna s Musrc Store
Faye s Beauty Shop
Mr and Mrs W A Clark
Mrs Clarence P Clark
Mrs Howard Amlck
A M Neale
D E Rupert
Mr and Mrs Vxctor Schall
Mr and Mrs Iohn Kough
Mr and Mrs Mrles Smxth
Dr H C Hellman
Mr and Mrs Raymond Cashdollar
Stapelton s Restaurant
I M Stewart
Mr and Mrs G W Meyer
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