Elderton High School - El Hy An Yearbook (Elderton, PA)
- Class of 1959
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This T959 edition of the El-Hi-An has
been published with but one obiective: to cap-
ture a year between its covers. While we know
that lite at Elderton High School is a multitude
of realities which are too intangible to be re-
lated in black and white, perhaps in some small
way we can preserve the friendships which we
all hold so dearly. If this book will serve to
bridge the past and bring to mind the priceless
memories ot ioy and pleasures ot the year just
gone, it will have served its purpose.
There are those without whose efforts
this book would not have been possible. The
statt would like to thank all ot you.
With these thoughts, we proudly pre-
sent to you, the students, your 1959 El-Hi-An.
Elderton, Oh Alma Mater, Elderton, our Alma Mater,
Sing we now thy name to uphold. Gloriously we sing,
Praise her name, and win her fame, All Hail to thee with love and honor,
With hearts so strong and bold. Evermore we'll cling.
THE SENIOR CLASS OF
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Pages Page 2
Dedication . Page
School Board Page
Cafeteria Workers Page il
Yearbook Staff Page 13
Athletics Page 15
Music Page 27
Activities Page 39
Underclassmen Page 53
Seniors Page 67
Ads Page 86
ELDERTON IOINT HIGH SCHOOL
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We, the senior class, wish to dedicate this book,
the 1959 El-Hi-An, to our parents. Words cannot ex-
press the gratitude we owe to you. Many times we
have neglected to thank you when you praised us,
guided us, and understood us during these years in
high school. You have given us one of the greatest
gifts of living-the opportunity of an education. From
our teacher we have acquired knowledge, from our
school we have made many friends, but from you, our
parents, we have learned to live, to love, and to under-
stand all that we have been given. You have been
our friend, our teacher, and our ideal. What we are
we owe to you. We are ready now to close this chap-
ter of our life, and go into our many different direc-
tions. lt is our wish that wherever we may go, what-
ever we may do, we may give to others the love, kind-
ness and understanding you have given us.
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Seated: Mr. Gray, Mr. Kimmel
Standing: Mr. Fleming, Mr. Smith
Seated: Mrs. Kimmel, Mr. Say
Standing: Mr. Cribbs, Mr. Zeisler
The students cmd faculty of Elderton are grateful for the fine people of our
community who give freely of their time and eftort to serve on our school board.
Our board has implemented our growth, and continues to do so with the pro-
posed completion of the building program.
Seated: Mr. Geidel, Mr. Adams
Standing: Mr. Hileman, Mr. Rupp, Mr.
Seated: Mr. Frailey, Mr. Wells
Standing: Mr. McNeeley, Mr. Hawk, M
To: Senior Class
From: Mr. Paul W. Claypool
You came into seventh grade six years ago L
with the tools of learning to do high school work,
As each one applied himself to the task of learn-
ing you have shown leadership, character, and
determination to advance. These qualities will
determine success in your future lives.
To: Senior Class
From: Mr. Alex J. Kunkle
Class of l959, our hope is that the faculty,
books and associations at your Alma Mater will
have made so deep an impression on you that
you will be more able to meet the difficult situa-
tions in modern life.
We wish you success in the years ahead.
Mr. Alex J. Kunkle Mr. Paul W. Claypool
Mrs. Frantz Mr. Curtis L. Rohm MVS- EUWGf1iClK
Secretary to Mr. Kunkle Guidance Counselor Secretary to Miss Mulholland
Miss Rearick Miss Weaver
Mr. George E. Kerr, Jr., reccived his B,S. degree at Indiana
State Teachers College. He teaches bookkeeping, shorthand,
typing and office practice.
Miss Bernice Klingensmith attended the University ot Pittsburgh.
She has a B,A. degree. She teaches English and is our Spanish
Mrs, Mary P. Denning holds the tart in civics and Pennsylvania
history, American history and general science. An alumna of
l.S.T.C., she holds a B,S. degree from there.
Mr. Herman E. Rupert teaches biology and is our calm and
cool driver ed teacher. He attended l.S.T.C. and Pennsylvania
State University. He holds a B.S. degree.
Mr. Allen Stevenson presides over P.O.D., senior English, and
world history classes. He is a graduate ot l.S.T.C. and holds
a B.S. degree from there.
Mr. C. Arthur Wilson teaches business law and mathematics,
English, science and geography, bookkeeping, and business
survey, He has a B.S. degree from I.S.T.C.
Mr. Russell A. Brumbaugh attended Clarion S.T.C. He holds o
B.S. degree from there. He teaches English, speech and driver
ed. He also is the sponsor ofthe EL-HI-AN.
Mr. Curtis L, Rohm holds a B.A. degree from Washington and
Jefferson College and a M.Ed, from the University of Pittsburgh,
He is our guidance counselor and chemistry teacher.
Mr. Richard Kaufman attended
California S.T.C. and earned his
B.S. degree. He is our capable
industrial arts teacher.
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Miss Frances Sellers is our stylish home economics teacher. She
claims Penn State University as her Alma Mater and holds a
B.S. degree from there.
Mr. John Deemer teaches mathe-
matics, science, geography, and
guides our Student Council. He is
an alumnus of I.S.T.C. and holds a
B.S. degree from there.
Mr. Joseph Debsky, our instrumen-
tal director, earned his B.S. and
M.Ed. degrees in music education
from California S.T.C., lndiana
S.T.C., and Pennsylvania State Uni-
Mrs. Jesse Colgan teaches history
to our Junior high students. She
holds a B.S. degree from Indiana
e Teachers College.
Mr. Jack Quinn has charge of boys'
physical education and the athletic
program. He holds a B.S. from
Slippery Rock S.T.C, and a M.Ed.
from Pennsylvania State University.
Miss June Gosnell received a B.S.
degree from Slippery Rock S.T,C.
She is our energetic teacher of
girls' physical education.
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PEECH THERAPIST - MISS CCPETAS
Miss Copetas, Armstrong County Speech Therapist, has been coming to
our school for three winters. This year she spent each Monday morning
helping students who have speech problems.
Miss Copetas is from Pittsburgh. She graduated from the University
of Pittsburgh with both a Bachelor's and Master's degree. She worked in
the Children's Hospital and the Industrial Home for Crippled Children. She
then worked for three years with Dr. Earl R. Carlson, Cerebral Palsy Spe-
cialist, in New York and Florida. It was then that she came to Apollo to
help organize a clinic for cerebral palsy.
Miss Copetas now lives in Apollo. She handles both the Apollo and
Elderton districts. She visited ten schools a week and taught 300 students
She had 18 students in our school this winter, and in the three winters
she has been here, she has had 60 students. Five students came to her of
their own accord to ask for her help in solving their speech problems.
Seated: Patti Bush, Kcuye Fronlz, Kathy Cravener, Standing: Jayne Williams, Kay Hcriman, Marge
Kc1lhyBo:len Reorick, Kolhy Altman, Tom Klingensmith, Mr.
Kathy Borlen Kofhy Crczvener
L. to R.: Margie Rearick, Kaye Frantz, Jayne Williams, Janet Schrecengost, Kay Hartman, Patti Bush,
Kathy Altman, Tom Klingensmith. Seated: Co-Editors, Kathy Cravener, Kathy Baden.
Seated: Kaye Frantz, Patti Bush,
Business Managers. Standing:
Janet Schrecengost, Kay Hart-
man, Secretary, Artist.
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ary, Kathy Altman, Clubs, Mar
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Buck Row: M. Miller, G. Kimmel, Mr. Quinn. Third Row: G. Cumber-
ledge, J. Gillespie, J. Gidel. Second Row: R. Wood, K. Boker, B. Brown.
First Row: F. Burkett, M, Sleose, W. Johnson.
EHS East Brody
EHS Marion Center
EHS Purchose Line
EHS East Brody
EHS Marion Center
EHS Korns City
EHS Washington Twp.
EHS Bell Avon
EHS Elders Riclge
EHS Washington Twp.
EHS Bell Avon
EHS Elders Ridge
EHS 30 East Brady
EHS 39 Worthington
EHS , .27 Marion Center
EHS 28 Purchase Line
EHS 23 Worthington
EHS 32 East Brady
EHS 26 Marion Center ,
EHS 25 Kcrns City
EHS 31 Washinglon Twp.
EHS 32 Apollo ,
EHS 35 Soltsburg .
EHS ,30 Dayton ,
EHS 23 Bell Avon
EHS, . 22 Elders Ridge ,. .
EHS . 32 Shannock
EHS 40 Washington Twp.
EHS 27 Apollo
EHS 45 Saltsburg
EHS 29 Dayton
EHS 25 Bell Avon ..
EHS 53 Elders Ridge
EHS 28 Shannork
l.to R.: Monty Miller, Chris Kimmel, Doyle Cribbs, Wally Artman, Lester Rishel, Richard Schaffer Fred Wood Eddie Flemming
Tom Cribbs, Mr. Zambotti fcocchi.
Tom Klingensmirh Bob Clepper Don Townse S
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THE OLLEYBALL TE M
The Volleyball team did very well
last year by winning the trophy you see
at the left of this page. This trophy was
given to the winners of the W.E.D.S.
Conference which consisted of Worthing-
ton, Elclerton, Dayton, and Shannock
THE BASEB LL TEAM
L. to R.: Mr. Quinn, J. Alfmeyer, J. Gidel, L. Erdley, G. Cumberledge, D. Peroffi, B. Espey, G. Smiih, R. Smlfh T Kllngensmlfh
Front Row: B. Reurick, F. Burkefi, B. Geolrhurf, M. Slecise, B. Scholl, R. Smith, J. Freehling, B. Brown, K. Boker C Schrecengosf
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The smart green and white uniforms of the Senior Band are familiar sights
at numerous firemen and community parades. Under the capable direction of
Mr. Joseph Debsky, the band has won prizes at most of the parades they attended
this past summer. This year the band is planning to appear in the Lions Parade
in New York City, a great honor for us. The band gratefully receives the support
given them by the Lions, Band Mothers, school board, administration, and towns-
people in this and other proiects.
The band held its annual concert on March 20th, featuring all types of music.
We were proud to have representatives at county, district, and state music
Monty Miller is drum major. Our officers are Mary Alice Schrecengost, presi-
dent, Patti Rupp, vice-president, Charlesetta Miller, secretary-treasurer, Bill Rupp,
Llo R.: Fay Clepper, Jayne Williams, Sue Fulmer, lorefla Cravener, Charlesella Miller, Carol Clark, Gail
Bush, Patti Rupp, Carolyn Wingard, Kay Clark. Kneeling: Mary Alice Schrecengosf.
COLOR C ARDN
Martha Silvis, Diane Lias, Nancy Freehling, Phyllis Kunkle.
ANNER C RRIER
Nancy Moore Diane Rupert
UN IOR BAN
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Bonnie Altman Janet Longstreth
Walter Boyer Shirley Miller
Fay Clepper Newton Rosborough
Kay Clepper Jill Schall
Sue Fulmer Richard Shatter
Robert Lockhart Barbara Smay
Karen Jo Frantz
Grant Schrecengost Linda Hileman
The Elderton Joint Junior High Band is made up of seventh, eighth, and ninth
graders. Although some of these students appear with the senior marching band
and concert band, they are a band in themselves. They prepare and present their
own annual concert and other programs. The Junior Band performs standard
junior band music which prepares its members for more advanced band work.
The ofticers are: Shirley Miller, President, Sue Fulmer, Vice-President, Bonnie
Altman, Secretary-Treasurer, Vivian Rearick and Karol Kovacovsky are the
DA CE BAN
Back Row: Richard Gamble, Mern Williams, Bill Brown. Second Row: Mike Slecse, Jud Kimmel, Loretta
Thomas, Jayne Williams. First Row: Charlesetta Miller, Pete Hankey, Patti Bush, Margie Rearick.
The Elderton Joint High School Dance Band has become an important feature
in the Elderton High School music program since it was organized by Mr. Debsky
two years ago. Already it has appeared at school and community dances, service
club programs, radio broadcasts and a dinner dance.
The dance band rehearses outside of regular school hours. Its membership
is limited to the top students ofthe concert band and it serves as a supplementary
musical activity for those students who have the time and ability to take advan-
tage of it. Mr. Debsky thinks that the dance band provides an excellent means of
improving musicianship, and it also provides additional musical experience for
the most outstanding members of the concert band.
SENIOR M IORETTE
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Back Row, L. Io R.: Mrs. Leisenring, M. Schrecengosi, C, Wingcard, L. Kovocousky, B. Brown, J. Kimmel, L, Schrecengost N
Moore, M. Reorick. Second Row: P. Rupp, P, Kunkle, C. Miller, D. Miller, P. Hunkey, W. Yount, D, Rupert, D. Lius N
Freehling. First Row: J. Rowley, P. Bush, J. Williams, P. Wright, B, Moore, B. Miller, E, Boker, J. Clczypool, L. Thomas
th GRADE GIRL CHORUS
Bork Row: K. Smith, J, Airgood, B. Troutman, M, Cogley, J. Snyder, E. Hanlcey, J. Thomas, J. Honey, F. Cashdollor, J. George
B. Williams, C. Forester, S. Brockett, J. Kinnard, S. Smith, M. McCullough, A. Turner. Third Row: D. Townsend, J. Georhart
C. Balmer, E. Fry, S. Woltenbargh, N. Leightly, S. Hallett, l.. Wilhelm, R. Townsend, M. Beck, B. Eldridge, L. McNeoly, J. Air
good, C. Wood, P. Kimmel, S. Stitt. Second Row: H. Reefer, D. Cunningham, S. Elclin, N, Beers, D. Stutzrnan, J. Shellhammer
R. Kimmel, B. Smith, B. Slystone, S. Scholl, N. Stitt, S. Dinglesine, R. Stitt. First Row: l.. Hileman, B. Troutman, K, Kova
covslxy, G. Waterson, P. Graham.
This chorus is composed of fifty-one seventh grade girls. They were com-
bined with the other three junior high choral groups for the Christmas program.
Participants in the play were Eleanor Hankey, Donna Stutzman, Barb Troutman
and Beverly Troutman as angels, and Carol Forester as Mary.
The ofificers for this year were: Karol Kovacovsky, President, Linda Hileman,
Vice-President, Gail Waterson, Secretary, Barb Troutman and Patricia Graham,
9th GR DE BOY CHORUS
Back Row: J. Dunmire, C. Miller, W. Graham, D, C. Miller, F. Woods, R. Montgomery, R. Meyer. Second Row: R Lockhart
H. Schrecengost, R. Townsend, D. Scott, P, George, S. Campbell, R. Frailey. First Row: G. Gearhart, L. Rishel, R Shaffer
Another of the four junior high choral groups is made up of ninth-grade boys.
The Christmas Program, taken from the "SlNGING TEENAGERS," was composed
of these songs: "O Come, All Ye Faithful," "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel," "Silent
Night," "What Child is This?," "The First Noel," "We Three Kings Of Orient Are,"
and "O Little Town of Bethlehem." John Dunrnire portrayed Joseph in the play.
The ofticers are: Richard Shaffer, President, Glendon Gearhart, Secretary,
Lester Rishel and Larry Rearick, Librarians.
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Back Row: A. Sheasley, D. Blaney, D. Wright, M. Hartman, J. Longstreth, J. Forrest, B. Smay, M. Altmeyer, S. Fulmer, S. Mil
Ier, D. Wilhelm. Third Row: A. Wright, M. Sloan, S. Reefer, L. Claypool, N. Reefer, B. Wells, B. Altman, J. Schall, G. McEl
hattan, D. Schall, L. Smail. Second Row: S. McKinney, D. Stutzman. P. Williams, E. Davis, F. Clepper, K. Clepper, M. Town
send, R. Blose. First Row: S. Perry, C. Johnson, B. Silvis, S. Cessna.
This is the ninth-grade girls chorus. These girls sang in the Christmas Pro-
gram and for the baccalaureate service. The narrators for the Christmas Pro-
gram were Marlene Sloan, Maxine Reefer, Roberta Blose, and Duanda Stutzman.
There is also a ninth-grade ensemble made up of Barbara Smay, Marie Alt-
meyer, Sue Fulmer, and Shirley Miller. They sang in the Christmas Program and
for a P.T.A. meeting.
The officers are: Sandy Perry, President, Joyce Forrest, Vice-President, Carol
Johnson, Secretary, Beverly Silvis and Sandra Cessna, Librarians.
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Buck Row: R. Schall, R. Kanouff, R. Popp, J. Dickman, G. Gearhart, L. Hankey, J. Rupp, C. Fennell, T. Smith. Third Row: V.
Wood, R. McEIhattan, D. Scanlon, F. Wofford, J. Oliver, R. Brown, J. Uptegraph, M. George, D. Stubrick, A. Miller. Second
Row: R. Johnson, J. Little, R. Rearick, G. Johnston, E. Blose, R. Cessna, T. Cockroft, D. VanHorn, J. Kinnard, L. Bierer, T. Dc-
brosky. First Row: D. Slease, A. Adams, J. Mills, R. Smith.
These boys are seventh-graders and make up the last iunior high choral
group. In the Christmas program James Little, Garry Johnston, Don Stubrick,
Ed Blose, Richard Schall, and Garry Gearhart participated as shepherds and wise
The officers for this year are: Allen Adams, President, Dick Slease, Vice-
President, Jim Mills and Roger Smith, Librarians.
SE IDR CHORU' OFFICERS
Phyllis Kunkle, Librariang Jud Kimmel, Co-President, Pete Hanlxey, Librarian, Dianne Rupert, Ca-President
Elaine Baker, Secretai y-Treasurer.
The Senior Chorus is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior students
who enioy singing. The chorus sends delegates to the various choral festivals in
the area. This year a Christmas Cantata and a Spring Minstrel Show were pre-
sented tothe public. The proceeds were used in paying for the choir robes pur-
chased earlier in the fall.
We are grateful to Mrs. Shirley Leisenring, our director, for the guidance she
has given us,
The oflficers for this year were: Diane Rupert and Jud Kimmel, Co-Presidents,
Elaine Baker, Secretary-Treasurer, and Phyllis Kunkle and Pete Hankey, Librarians,
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STUDE T COUNCIL
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L. to R., Back Row: L. Kovacousky, J. Forrest, J. Weaver, W. Johnson, J. Gidel, J. Kimmel, N. Rosborough. Middle Row: J.
Weight, J. Schrecengost, N. Frye, J. Williams, J, Rishel, L. Wood, S. Altman, Mr. Deemer. Front Row: L. Brown, D. Lasher, S.
Schall, B. Schrecengost, K. Clepper, J. Gearhart, J. Waterson.
The Student Council is the student government of Elderton High. Member-
ship includes: class presidents, four representatives elected in the homeroom ofthe
Senior High classes, and three representatives from the Junior High classes.
The purpose of this organization is to work in co-operation with the ad-
ministration in promoting school citizenship. The student council sponsors
the assembly cards, the annual Amateur Show, and a spectator bus to some of
the basketball games.
l.to R.: Linda Wood, Corresponding secretary, Jud Kimmel, Vice President, Jayne Williams, President,
Judy Rishel, Treasurer, Norma Fry, Secretary.
The first Tri-Hi-Y Club was organized in 1930,
as a unit of the State Y. M. C. A.
Tri-stands for the threefold purpose of the
Y. M. C. A., Hi- exemplified by high school girls, and
Y- affiliation with the Y. M. C. A.
The Tri-Hi-Y has many service projects such as
giving Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to
needy families in the community, obtaining items
for our school, and giving toys to orphan homes at
Christmas. ln order to carry on these projects, we
sell Christmas cards and magazine subscriptions.
The Tri-Hi-Y gives each year to a worthy mem-
ber of the club, S100 to help finance her college
The Tri-Hi-Y code, very religious and inspiring,
should be followed by everyone:
To build a better world, Ready I must be,
In the place where life doth find me,
Holding fast, yet pushing on into glorious ad-
You-and l-and God.
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Front Row N Airgood J Frazer P Reed M Leonard P. Kunkle, D. Rearick, S. Altman, L, Cravener, G. Bush, B. Wells
S Claypoole M Schrecengost K Van Horne L Wood J. Weight, K. McKiney. Second Row: O. Rosborough, D. Mclntyre
P Bush L Thomas N Frye M Flemming M Fralley L Schaffer, R. Cole, J, Rishel, M. Frick, D. Clever, K. Boden, P. Boyer
J Williams K Altman J Reed C Clark Third Row C Miller, M. Rearick, B. Blaney, L, Kovackosky, K. Frantz, S. George
M Schellhammer I Scheasley N Freehllng E Hoover C. Rishel, B. Anderson, J. Claypoole, J. Parks, K. Clark, C. Win-
UNIOR TRI- HI-Y
Back Row, L. to R.: B. Smay, S. Fulmer, L. Beere, M. Hartman, D. Reefer, E. Sowers, B. Blaney, N. Baker, J. Forrest, J. Hankey, M.
Gearhart, E, Klingensmith, K, Frantz, C, Dickman, M. Altmeyer, S. Miller, S. Matson. Third Row: B. Schrecengost, P. Porter, K.
Altman, B. Silvis, S. Karns, G. McElhattan, B. Altman, B. Wells, J, Schall, J. Smeltzer, N. Reefer, T. Smeltzer, S. Perry, V. Reariclc,
L. Rearick. Second Row: R. Lukehart, P, Williams, P. Hartman, R, Rosenberger, M. Reefer, R. Blose, C. Johnson, A. Johnson, E.
Boyer, E. Blose, S. Cessna, M. Silvis, K. Clepper, F. Clepper, First Row: Mrs. Frazier fadvisori, S. McKinney, E. Blystone, D. Lasher,
J. Johnson, J. Rosenberger, N, Ditmore,
The Junior Tri-Hi-Y is an organiza-
tion for girls of 8th and 9th grade.
The purpose of our organization is to
create, maintain and extend through-
out the home, school, and community
high standards of Christian character.
We believe in Clean Living, Speech,
It is our hope that the Junior Tri-
Hi-Y will help the girls achieve a more
Christian way of living by developing
self discipline and a growing sense
of responsibility, by maintaining a
high standard of values, by perform-
ing useful community service, by co-
operating with other groups of young
people to achieve these obiectives.
Back Row, L. to R.: Kay Clepper, President, Sue Fulmer, Secretary
Joyce Forrest, V. President. First Row: Fay Clepper, Treasurer, Carol
Johnson, Song Leader, Shirley McKinny, Chaplain,
Froni Row: J. Hcxnlxey, W. Espey, F. Burketl, L. Bowser, P. Honlcey, Mr. Pcmciero. Second Row: J. Longwell, D. Beck, W.
Johnson, W. Youni, L. Schrecengost, G. Woterson, D. Kcznouff, Third Row: W, Crownover, T. Klingensmifh, G. Kimmel, l.
Wright, J. Miller, W. Rupp, J. Gidel, J. Kimmel.
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left lo righi: Treos. Wynford Johnson, Pres, Tom Klingensmith, Chop. Glenn Kimmel, V. Pres.
.lomes Gidel, Sec. Forrest Burkett.
F. H. A.
Buck Row: S. George, M, Shellhammer, C. Jackson, N. Vermillion, N. Freehling, J. Boyer, D. Rupert, N. Moore, D. Lias, V.
Johnson, I. Sheasley, C. Rishel. Middle Row: Miss Sellers, B, Rupert, D. Clever, S. Weaver, K. Forrester, R. Cole, K. Frantz,
S. Brown, D. Hartman, J. Rishel, B. Vermillion, S. Smith, E. Baker. First Row: M. Miller, K. McKinney, J. Weight, K. Alt-
man, D. Miller, B. Miller, D. Boyer, P. Wright, C. Miller, N. Crytzer, L. Wood, V, Rearick.
Kathy Altman, Treasurer, Kathy McKinney, Secretary, Diane Rupert, V. President,
Judy Rishel, President, Carol Rishel, Historian.
The F. H. A. is the national organiza-
tion of girls studying homemoking in
high school. The gool is learning to live
better today in order thot the home-
making pupils' lives and those of their
families may be better tomorrow.
The motto of our club is: "Toward New
Horizons," with on red rose cus our flower,
ond Red and White as our colors.
Activities for 1959: visit to the County
Home at Christmas, spaghetti supper for
new members, and we sell candy to the
students at lunch time.
F. F. A.
The Future Farmers of America is the na-
tional organization of, by and for boys study-
ing vocational agriculture in public secondary
schools under the National Vocational Educa-
There are five degrees that a Future
Farmer may win: THE GREEN HAND DEGREE,
THE CHAPTER FARMER DEGREE, THE TRI-
COUNTY DEGREE, THE KEYSTONE FARMER
DEGREE, AND THE AMERICAN FARMER DE-
The club colors are National Blue and
Corn Gold. Motto: Learning to do, doing to
learn, earning to live, living to serve.
The Elderton Chapter of the F. F. A. has 50
members. All members take the Vocational
Agricultural Course. Some of the activities
that the boys take part in are: KU Participat-
ing in the Lions Fair, Qt Having an lce Cream
Party at Christmas time with the F. H. A. Girls,
C31 Attending the Pennsylvania State Farm
Show in JClr1UGI'y, fill H0lClil'tg the F, F, A, Ban- L. to R.: Don Coleman, Sentinel, Jim Townsend, Treas., Neil Schrecen
gost, V. Pres., David Boyer, Sec., Ed Lange, Chaplain, David Sheasley
Pres., Mr. Longwell, Adviser.
quet with each member bringing his parents,
155 Judging at the Tri-County Judging Con-
tests, Cob Going to the F. F. A. Week Activities
at State College in June.
All Vocational Agriculture students are re-
quired to have a farming program as part of
vocational agriculture course.
Back Row, L. to R.: Mr. Longwell ladvisorl, L. Johnson, D. Sheasley, G. Townsend, B. Brown, K. Wingard, D. Boyer, N.
Schrecengost, G. Kimmel, D. Davis, R. Forester, J. Townsend, R, Crowe, H. Doland, T. Rybarik, W. Johnson, R. Schrecengost,
Second Row: E. Townsend, R. Mclntire, T. Rearick, H. Mangus, K. McCutcheon, J. Altman, D. Gearhart, M. Clark, E. Jones,
R. Walker, B. Smith, D. Cochran, J. Reefer, D, Silvis, J. Reefer. First Row: B. Townsend, D. Meyer, R. Cravener, P. Fiscus,
R. Rearick, J. Townsend, J. Longwell, E. Yount, P. Scholl, G. Smith, J, Frailey, D. E, Miller, L, Rearick, D. Coleman, R. Frailey.
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First Row, l. to R.: F. Clepper, K. Clepper, P. Boyer, M. Miller. Second Row: P. Reed, J. Reed, K. Altman, J. Frazer, P
Rupp, P, Bush, D. Mclntyre, N, Frye, C, Dickman. Third Row: C, Rishel, K. Clark, V. Johnson, J, Forest, N. Moore, K. Hart
man, K. Frantz, S. George, R, Cole. Fourth Row: W, Johnson, J, Kimmel, R, Scholl, T, Klingensrnith, L. Schrecengost,
The Hi-View, our school paper, is published monthly by the Hi-View stat?
consisting of two editors, two junior editors, and reporters from the various clubs
and organizations in the school. News of happenings and special recognition of
students in the school are only some of the items that are in the paper.
The commercial teacher, Mr. Kerr, is sponsor of our Hi-View.
L. to R.: K. Frantz, D. Mclntyre, J. Reed, N. Frye, R. Cole.
INDUSTRIAL ART CL B
I.. to R., Back Row: L, Wright, M. Dunbar, J. Miller, W. Rupp, M. Miller, D. Cravener, C, Kimmel, J.
Scott. Third Row: M. Williams, W. Yount, B. Scholl, C. George, R. Hankey, P, Miller, Mr. Kaufman.
Second Row: D. Beck, G. Waterson, L. Schrecengost, F. Hooks, R. Clepper, T. Wagner. First Row: R.
Gearhart, D, Cribbs, L. Mechling, R. Gamble, E. Fleming, R. Reatick.
L. to R.: Ken Baker, V. Pres., Lisle Schrecengost, Pres., Mr. Kaufman, Spon-
sorp D. Cribbs, Sec. 8. Treas.
The purposes of the Industrial Arts Club
are to work together cooperatively, to deve-
lop citizenship and good character traits, to
become fully aware of the importance of in-
dustry in modern life, to encourage high
standard cf workmanship, to better acquaint
the parents with the activities of the school.
To make money they sell cedar chests.
Each spring the club sponsors an open house
at the shop. At this time products made by
Industrial Arts students from all grades are
put on display.
l. to R.: Kathy Boden, President, Jim M. Gidel, Vice President, Kay Clark, Secretary: Kathy
El Circulo Espanol is very helpful in learning Spanish customs and
culture. Last year the club subscribed to a Spanish magazine and records.
This year the Spanish Club is presenting an assembly.
El Circulo Espanol is made up of Spanish one and two students and all
others who have completed two years of Spanish. The club sponsor is
Senorita Klingensmith. She is very charming and helpful in all club activities.
l. to R., Back Row: P. Hankey, P. Perotti, M. Slease, J. Hankef, D, Kanouff, J. Kimmel, R. Wood, T. Klingensmith. Second
Row: K. VanHorn, L. Thomas, B. Wells, P. Veahman, K. Boden, G. Bush, K. Cravener, K. Clark. First Row: Miss Klingen-
smith, N. Schall, P. Boyer, J. Frazier, J. Schrecengost, C. Clark
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L. to R., Back Row: Mrs. Ghrist, P. Wright, D. Lias, K. Cravener, R. Schrecengost, J. Mechling, J. Altman, J. Giedel, N.
Vermillion. Second Row: D. Miller, S, Smith, V. Johnson, J. Schrecengost, C. Jackson, M. Scott. Front Row: B. Miller, N,
Stitt, B. Hoover, H. Smeltzer, B. Moore.
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The Art Club, made up of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who are in-
terested in art, has for the post two years taken a trip to Pittsburgh. There we
visited the Carnegie Museum and various other points of interest.
The club Christmas Party and the annual fund raising event are also a part
of the club year.
The club meets monthly in the Art room. ln these meetings we arrange such
things as the last year's Spring Exhibit of the students' work.
The work is done by the students with the advice of their advisor, Mr. Ghrist.
Pres. Donna Miller, V. Pres. Barbara Miller, Sec. Janet Schrecengost, Treas. Diane Lias.
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Front Row: E. Flemming, F. Wood, R. Erdley, R. Schaffer, W. Difmore, G. Smith, M, Sleose, F. Burkett
R. Recxrick. Second Row: K. Kimmel, W. Brown, D. Cribbs, N. Rosborough, R. Wood, R. Clepper, L
Johnson. Third Row: M. Miller, G. Kimmel, G. Cumberledge, D. Turner, J. Townsend, W. Johnson
Fourih Row: Mr. Quinn, J. Gidel, J. Gillespie, K. Boker, T. Klingensmith, L. Erdley.
Left to right: Pres. Jim Townsend, Sec. Tom Klingensmith, V. Pres. Jim Gidel,
Treos. Forrest Burkett.
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Front Row: F. Wood, R. Schaffer, L, Rishel, B. McGaughy, W. Boyer. Back Row: H. Schrecengost, J.
Wiegend, E. Wright, R. Lochart, . Townsend, J. Potter, Mr. Schaffer.
The Safety Patrol of Elderton Joint High School was organized in 1952. Since
then we have had an amazing safety record.
Each patrol member is pledged to:
Report for duty on time,
Perform his duties faithfully,
Strive to prevent accidents,
Set CI good example himself,
Obey the teachers and officers of the patrol,
Report dangerous practices of students, and
Strive to earn respect of fellow students.
We are not to attempt to direct vehicular traffic, but to allow students to
cross intersections when it is safe.
Each year we have a county wide meeting with all patrols of Armstrong
County. We also make a trip to Kennywood Park in Pittsburgh.
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First Row: Allen Adams, Jean Airgood, .loan Airgood, Connie Baker, Margie Beck, Nancy Beers.
Second Row: Pete Beere, Edward Blose, Beverly Blystone, John Bowser, Susan Brocket, Richard
Brown. Third Row: Florence Cashdollar, Richard Cessna, Leonard Hankey, Larry Christy, Tim
Cockroft, Mary Cogley. Fourth Row: Donna Cunningham, Joe Dickman, Sandy Dingledine, Terry
Dobrosky, Bernice Eldridge, Sara Elkin. Fifth Row: Clifford Fennel, Donnie Flemming, Carol
Forester, Ester Fry, Gary Gearhart, Janet Gearhart. Sixth Row: Joanna George, Marvin George,
Bill George, Patricia Graham, Janet Haney, Eleanor Hankey. Seventh Row: Shirley Hazlet, Linda
Hileman, Gary Johnson, Robert Johnson, Roger Kanoli, Ruth Kimmel. Eighth Row: Jack Kinnard,
Karol Kovacousky, Nellie Leightley, James Little, Russell Livengood, Robert McEIhatten. Ninth
Row: David Meyer, Asa Miller, Pauline Miller, Jimmy Mills, Jimmy Rupp, James Oliver. Tenth
Row: Roger Peck, Patty Peters, Robert Popp, Richard Rearick, Helen Reefer, Fred Richards.
Eleventh Row: Carol Kimmel, David Scanlon, Richard Schall, Larry Scott, Dick Slease, Betty Smith.
Twelfth Row: Karen Smith, Roger Smith, Sharon Smith, Judy Snyder, Nancy Stitt, Ruby Stitt.
Thirteenth Row: Susan Stitt, Donnie Stubrick, Donna Stutzman, Judy Thomas, Doris Townsend,
Romana Townsend. Fourteenth Row: Beverly Troutman, Arlene Turner, James Uptograph, Dorsey
VanHorn, Shirley Waltenbaugh, Gail Waterson. Fifteenth Row: Loretta Wilhelm, Barbara Wil-
liams, Dennis Wingard, Frank Wofford, Connie Wood, Larry Wood. Sixteenth Row: Von Wood,
Nancy Difmore Jackie Potter
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stone. Second Row: Allen Boyer, Ellen Boyer, David Brown, Gene Brown, Jane Brown, Charlotte
Cessna. Third Row: Phyllis Cessna, Kathleen Claypool, Lee Clever, Barbara Davis, Carol Dick-
mon, Bonnie Dunmire. Fourth Row: Gerald Elgin, Tom Forester, Karen Frantz, Harvey Fry,
Arnold George, Paulette Hagofsky. Fifth Row: Judy Hankey, Charles Harkleroad, Patty Hart-
man, Melvin Heffellinger, Audrey Johnson, Joyce Johnson. Sixth Row! Elva Klingensmith, Kerry
Knudsen, Ruth Lange, Delores Lasher, Mary Leightley, James Lockhart. Seventh Row: Arlene
Longwell, Regina Lukehart, Diane Matson, Connie McAfoose, Mary McCullough, Donald McCut-
cheon. Eighth Row: Don McGrady, Dale Meyer, Floyd Meyer, Larry Meyer, Merle Meyer, Paul
Meyer. Ninth Row: Sandra Meyer, Larry Moore, Rose Painter, Paul Peppler, Joyce Porter, Linda
Rearick. Tenth Row: Vivian Rearick, Clair Reefer, Dorothy Reefer, Norma Sue Reefer, Joseph
Richard, Arlene Rishel. Eleventh Row: Judy Rosenberger, Roberta Rosenberger, Jerry Schall,
James Scholl, Betty Schrecengost, Grant Schrecengost. Twelfth Row: Lloyd Schrecengost, Bill
Scott, Judy Scott, Cheryl Seich, Martha Silvis, Jean Smeltzer. Thirteenth Row: Eleanor Sowers,
Gary Stewart, Delthea Stutzman, John Wiegand, Ben Wood, Donna Yount. Fourteenth Row:
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First Row: Bonnie Altman, Marie Altmeyer, Doris Blaney, Roberta Blose, Walter Boyer, Gerald
Campbell. Second Row: Sandra Cessna, Linda Claypool, Fay Clepper, Kay Clepper, Ben Craven-
er, Robert Cravener. Third Row: Tom Cribbs, John Crytzer, Ellen Davis, John Dunmire, Joyce
Forrest, James Fox. Fourth Row: Ron Frailey, Sue Fulmer, Glendon Gearhart, Paul George, Bill
Graham, John Harkleroad. Fifth Row: Martha Hartman, Carol Johnson, Robert Lockhart, Janet
longstreth, Sandra Matson, Blair McGaughey. Sixth Row: Larry Mclntyre, Shirley McKinney,
Larry Mechling, Dennis Meyer, Ray Meyer, Dennis Miller. Seventh Row: Danny Miller, Shirley
Miller, Sam Minteer, Bob Montgomery, Larry Rearick, Maxine Reefer. Eighth Row: Nadine Reefer,
Russell Reefer, Sylvia Reefer, Lester Rishel, Tom Rybarik, Dorothy Schall, Ninth Row: Jill Schall,
Harold Schrecengost, David Scott, Richard Schaffer, Alda Sheasley, Marlene Sloan. Tenth Row:
Lois Smail, Barbara Smay, Thelma Smeltzer, Dorthea Stutzman, Don Townsend, Mary Townsend.
Eleventh Row: Richard Townsend, Bob Townsend, Ronald Townsend, Bill Weaver, Brenda Wells.
Twelfth Row: Phyllis Williams, Fred Woods, Alda Wright, Donna Wright, Earl Wright.
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First Row: Nancy Airgood, Sandra Altman, Dale Beck, Lois Blystone, Loran Bowser, David Boyer.
Second Row: Dora Boyer, Janet Boyer, Nancy Brown, Gail Bush, Albert Cessna, Carrol Clark.
Third Row: Jane Claypool, Bob Clepper, Doreen Clever, Don Coleman, Loretta Cravener, Pat
Crowe. Fourth Row: Phyllis Crownover, Nancy Crytzer, Glenn Cumberledge, Bill Ditmore, Bob
Dobrosky, Harold Doland. Fifth Row: Meryle Dunbar, Bob Erdley, Bill Espey, Ed Fleming, Jim
Frailey, Maxine Frailey. Sixth Row: Richard Gamble, Judy Geidel, Calvin George, .Joe Gillespie,
Jim Hankey, Dick Hankey. Seventh Row: Floyd Hooks, Larry Johnson, Dennis Konoli, Chris Kim-
mel, Mary Lou Klingensmith, Sondra Kough. Eighth Row: Linda Kovacovsky, Judy Lasher, Sam
Leighley, .Jerry Longwell, Darlene Mangus, Eva Matson. Ninth Row: Bob Mayuric, Joan Mechling,
Don Meyers, Judy Meyers, Joe Miller, Monty Miller. Tenth Row: Perry Miller, Janice Parks,
Florence Perotti, Tom Popp, Joyce Porter. Eleventh Row: Donna Rearick, Bob Rearick, Patty
Reed, Olivia Rosborough, .loAnn Rowley, Bill Rupp. Twelfth Row: Shirley Rybarik, Linda Shaffer,
Paul Shall, Gloria Scott, Jane Schrecengost, Marian Scott. Thirteenth Row: George Smith,
Loretta Thomas, Dennis Turner, Karen Van Horn, Paula Veahman, Beverly Vermillion. Fourteenth
Row: Terry Wagner, Greg Waterson, Jim Weaver, Joy Weight, Beverly Wells, Laird Wright.
Fifteenth Row: Pauline Wright, Ervin Yount.
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First Row: Jack Altman, Barbara Anderson,
Janet Baker, Betty Blaney, Pauline Boyer,
Shirley Brown. Second Row: Kay Clark,
Doyle Cribbs, Dick Crowe, Harold Elder,
Lawrence Fennel, Mazie Fleming. Third Row:
Mabel Fleming, Roy Forester, Myrna Frick,
Norma Fry, Jane Frazier, Dale Gearhart.
Fourth Row: Ronald Gearhart, Peter Hankey,
Barbara Jamison, Judson Kimmel, Phyllis Kun-
kle, Ed Lange. Fifth Row: Kent McCutcheon,
Kathleen McKinney, Jane Mechling, Mary
Ellen Miller, Roger Miller, Peter Perotti. Sixth
Row: Ray Peterman, Ronald Reorick, Vivian
Rearick, Jim Reefer, John Reefer, Carol
Rishel. Seventh Row: Jim Rishel, Judy Rishel,
Earl Schrecengost, Robert Schrecengost, lnez
Sheasley, Dale Silvis. Eighth Row: Michael
Slease, Hannah Smeltzer, Sally Smith, Ronald
Snyder, Ronald Stadmiller, Nancy Stitt. Ninth
Row: Jim Townsend, Wayne Wagner, Jack
Walker, Sara Weaver, Mern Williams, Linda
Wood. Tenth Row: Ron Wood, Geneva
Yount, Ruby Cessna, Betty Lou Moore, Reene
Cole, Dorthy Hartman.
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SENIOR CLASS QUEEN
John Weaver, Vice-President, Wynford Johnson, President, Churlesetta Miller, Secretary,
Jim Gidel, Treasurer.
CLASS COLORS: Light blue and white
MOTTO: "lt's nice to be handsome, but it's c great deal
hcmdsomer to be nice."
FLOWER: Pink cornotion
James William Altman
Quiet senior likes to eat
stuffed peppers and pigs-in-
the-blanket . . . a fan of Abbie
Neal and her Ranch Gals
mostly seen with Jim Gidel or
Gary plans to get a iob or
ioin the service.
Doesn't like to come to school
. . . pals with Jim, Ron, Bill .. .
pet peeve is stuck-up girls
relishes pizza .. . likes to listen
to Ricky Nelson ... runs around
in his Ford, his treasured pos-
session ... will get a iob or see
One of the basketball team
most used expression: "Huh?"
gets peeved when he goes
hunting and sees nothing
could live on mashed potatoes,
gravy, and French fries ..
treasures money the most ..
plans to be a shop teacher.
Kathleen Lucille Bod en
One of the brains of the class,
but don't let that fool you . ..
always seen with Sam, Kaye,
Kak, Patti, Jayne, Dee, Judy, or
Janet . .. president of Spanish
Club . . . plans to go to college
next year treasures her
friends the most but detests
people who think they are
Olga Delle Blaney
Dramatic appearance fav-
orite foods are chicken and
butter pecan ice cream seen
with Judie, Delores, and Bill
. . . pet peeve is clashing colors
plans to get a secretarial
iob and get married.
William Henry Brown
Likes to dance . .. listens to Pat
Boone treasures his friends
the most can be heard say-
ing "Holy Toledo!" .. . likes to
eat anything eatable . . . plays
a mean horn . .. pals with the
gang will ioin the Navy
and later, farm.
Norma Kathleen Altman
Twice FFA Sweetheart . . . fav-
orite foods are turkey and oys-
ters .. . dislikes waiting on
people . . . treasures her
friends .. . always dressed
nicely, her talents include sew-
ing ,. . is undecided about her
Edith Elaine Baker
Possesses beautiful blue eyes
friends include Barb, Nancy,
Blondie, and Albert treas-
ures her diamond ring pet
peeve is stuck-up people, and
snobbishness listens to Pat
Boone plans to get a good
iob and get married.
Donald Dean Cravener
Tall, dark guy .. . favorite sing-
er is Waine Rainey .. . likes ice
cream and Mrs. Brown's pump-
kin pie pals with Erdley .. .
dislikes stuck-up people
seen most of the time with
Nancy wants to become a
mechanic or tool die maker.
Another of the quiet? ones . ..
favorite singer is Conway
Tweety likes to eat ham-
burgers and ice cream pals
with Luke, Don, Bill pet
peeve is brown-nosers . . . "I
guess" ... treasures money and
girls . . . plans to ioin the Navy.
One of our college bound
active in sports .. . really likes
chicken . . . pet peeve is stupid
people who are never wrong
pals with Glenn, Jim, Tom,
Wynford . .. "Wow!" is his
favorite expression . .. nice
personality . .. treasures life
an awful lot.
Camera shy senior likes to
eat mashed potatoes and
baked ham pals with Ed
Jones, Ken Wingard, and Ralph
Walker . . . pet peeve is teach-
ers . .. future plans include
getting a good paying iob
treasures money the most.
Kathleen Louise Cravener
One of the humorous members
of our class always seen
with Jan, Bobo, Shirl dis-
likes unfaithful friends . . . "l'm
having a ball!" . . . treasurer of
Spanish Club and Co-editor of
El-Hi-An future plans are
to go to Clarion S.T.C. and
become an elementary teacher.
Daniel Boyd Davis
A senior who is planning to en-
ter the ministry pals with
Bob . .. favorite singer is
George Beverly Shay favor-
ite expression, "Some people
cause happiness wherever they
gog others whenever they go."
. . . treasures his friends.
Patricia lee Bush
Our most talented sweet
personality . . . likes to eat piz-
za high honor student
treasures her friends and good
times . .. pet peeve is grouches
active in class and school
functions plans to attend
Indiana State Teachers College.
Shirley Jean Claypoole
Our most attractive always
seen with Kak, Jan, Donna,
and the gang goes around
the Cadet in her Hot Six
favorite singer is Ricky Nelson
plans to be a housewife in
the near future.
James R. Giedel
One of the quiet ones??
can be heard saying, "By
George!" likes chocolate
cake and hot dogs favorite
singer is Tommy Sands
treasures his life the most
is everybody's friend plans
to attend Clarion State Teach-
James M. Gidel
Tall, good looking senior
active in sports eats ham-
burgers and milkshakes .. . Mr.
Senior pals with Forrest,
Tom, Minnie, and Glenn
listens to Jimmie Rodgers
plans to attend Penn State in
the physical education curricu-
lum treasures his Ford Hb."
Our most attractive , .. fun-lov-
ing favorite food is ham
barbecues , .. can be seen with
either Forrest, Don, or Mack . . .
doesn't seem to like school too
much . . . treasures money and
lots of it .. . plans to join the
U.S. Air Force.
Diana Kaye Frantz
Cute redhead usually seen with
Jayne, Sam, Patti, Dee, Kathy,
and Bo-bo Senior Class
Queen . .. loves spaghetti, piz-
za, and potato chips ... adores
listening to Ricky Nelson
doesn't seem to dislike anything
treasures her clriver's li-
cense and friends plans to
be an airline reservationist.
Fun-loving senior likes piz-
za and salads friends in-
clude Jayne and Kaye
"We-l-l-l." pet peeve is
bossy people favorite sing-
er is Jayne Morgan treas-
ures her friends and the fun
they had ... plans to go to air-
line or business school.
Kay LaRue Hartman
A real friendly girl who dis-
likes snobbish people the
artist of the senior class
favorite food is spaghetti and
meat balls favorite singer is
Pat Boone future plans are
Judie Anne Forringer
Has the longest brown hair
friends include Olga, Dee,
Wayne, Richard likes poor-
boys, French fries, and ice
cream pet peeve is clash-
Wayne's picture left us to
Nancy Almeda Freeh'ing
Always has a friendly smile
for everyone . ,. favorite foods
are hamburgers and pizza
pet peeve is getting up in the
morning well-known for
her expression, "Huh?"
most prized possession is her
green and white rambler
plans to become a nurse.
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Treasures one special guy
likes to eat French tries, ham-
burgers, spaghetti and ice
cream pet peeve is a cer-
tain teacher special friend
is Shirley McCullough .. . favor-
ite singer is Sal Mineo . . . plans
to get a iob . .. "Get with it."
Glenn E. Kimmel
The towering center ot the bas-
ketball team Senior class
practical ioker it you hear
someone saying "Oh my", it is
probably Glenn goes for
hamburgers and French tries
detests women drivers
usually seen with Wynford,
Jim, Tom, and Forrest.
Edwin A. Jones
Favorite foods are steak and
French tries doesn't have
any pet peeves .. . friends are
the students of Elderton High
seen with a certain sopho-
more girl future plans are
to ioin one of the armed ser-
vices .. . a real swell kid.
Thomas C. Klingensmith
Serious?-minded senior the
manager of our basketball
team mostly seen with Jim,
Glenn, Forrest, and Minnie
loves to eat ravioli and hot
roast beef sandwiches pet
peeves are chemistry assign-
ments and showoffs plans
to attend Penn State.
Betti Genevie Hoover
Seen with Myrna and Verna ...
treasures her diary, stuffed ani-
mals, and class ring loves
cranberry sauce and turkey
sandwiches "My goodness,
what in all git out?" gets
peeved when she can't remem-
ber where she put something
. . . wants to travel.
Likes French fries, hamburgers,
and ice cream teachers are
her pet peeve a tan of the
Teddy Bears . .. often heard
saying, "Let's went." . .. plans
for the future are her secret . . .
wears her hair in becoming
E hel Irene Hoover
Quiet?? . .. tavorite expression
"Oh crurnb, yes!" seen with
Myrna and Verna dislikes
slurk-up people favorite
foods include hamburgers, spa-
ghetti and meatballs . .. treas-
ures her class ring and sweet-
heart necklace . . , plans to
He can really sing those pop
tunes active in sports
pals with Glenn, Tom, Harry,
and Jim treasures his
friends the most likes ham-
burgers anrl milkshakes pet
peeve is basketball officials
friendly personality enlist-
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Our best personality seen
with Carolyn, Pat, Mame and
Marge dislikes stuck-up
people listens to Tommy
Edwards , . . plays the baritone
sax in band treasures her
diamond ring and wants to
make Bob a good wife.
Always seen with Emma, Nan-
cy and Olga pet peeve,
tight skirts . .. favorite expres-
sion "Hotsy Totsy" future
plans-to work for awhile and
then get married treasures
most her class ring and boy-
friend . . . favorite foods, pizza
Diane Boggs Lias
Dark-haired lass . . . likes to
eat pizza dislikes stuck-up
people listens to the Teddy
Bears can be seen with
Jack, Nora Gras, Freehling,
and the Miller sisters . .. treas-
ures her portable radio
plans to be a beautician or get
a bookkeeping fob.
Our most popular favorite
food is a poor boy listens
to Ricky Nelson can be
heard saying "That's the
breaks." . .. pet peeve is stuck-
up girls pals with Jim and
Bill treasures his Big Six
Chevy the most plans to
Donna Lee Miller
Our tiniest . . . never seen with-
out Shirley and Diane dis-
likes stuck-up people favor-
ite foods include pizza . . . likes
Pat Boone . . . future plans are
to be a beautician treas-
ures the guy in the Air Force.
Nancy Anne Moore
Our best-dressed dislikes
bossy people likes pizza,
French fries, and onion rings
friends include Elaine, Blon-
die, Barb, and Patti likes
Tommy Edwards' singing
treasures a 1956 Kittanning
class ring and class pin and of
Dolores Jean Mclntyre
The one with the prettiest hair
.. . "Oh, crumb!" is her favor-
ite expression co-editor of
the Hi-View seen with Judy,
Patti, and the rest of the crowd
. .. pet peeve is boisterous girls
treasures her friends
plans to get a secretarial iob.
One of our clowns her fav-
orite foods are hamburgers and
milkshakes likes Ricky Nel-
son's singing dislikes stuck-
up people .. . her most prized
possessions are her driver's li-
cense and her friends plans
to become a beautician.
Avid fan of Johnny Mathis
bossy and stuck-up people
bother her . . . when confronted
with spaghetti and pizza, she
would probably say "Holy
smoke!" runs around with
Barb, Nancy, Elaine and Pat . ..
adores her little yellow teddy-
bear hopes to find a good
iob and get married.
Came to us from Kittanning . ..
"Did I ever tell you about the
time-you know what l mean."
. . . treasures her diary and
pearls seen with Nancy Lee
and Jim, Floyd, Ray, Judie,
Olga and Sandy would like
Another camera shy senior . . .
we really didn't get to know
Freda too well, for she was
only with us a short while . ..
dark-haired, friendly girl.
Treasures money the most
favorite food is pizza . .. pals
with Ron Mclntyre and .lim
Townsend . . . favorite singer is
Ricky Nelson future plans:
wants to be a barber and will
probably ga to the service . ..
a real nice guy.
Ma riorie .lean Rearick
The girl with the nicest smile
likes to eat French fries,
hamburgers and pizza us-
ually seen with Mame, Pat,
Charlie and Carolyn treas-
ures her letters from a certain
soldier plans to become a
beautician likes to have
Judith Ann Reed
Co-editor of the Hi-View . . . pet
peeve, people who can't do
anything for themselves a
high honor student plans to
have a secretarial iob can
be heard saying "Oh sugar."
could live on shrimp and
French fries treasures Ed-
Patricia Ann Rupp
Our most humorous . . . nest . . .
a whiz in the commercial
classes dislikes conceited
people favorite foods are
pizza and hot chocolate
seen with Carolyn, Charlie,
Mame, and Margie .. . her dia-
mond is her pride and ioy .. .
plans to make Andy a good
Another senior usually seen in
the shop ... loves spaghetti ...
likes to hear Fats Domino
always seen with Bill, Barry,
John, and Ron thinks a lot
of his hot six doesn't seem
to think much of school go-
ing to be a truck driver.
Roy Neil Schrecengost
A real nice guy who you can
usually see buzzing around in
his hot '5'l Chevy mostly
seen with Bill, Ron, and Bud
Neil's pet peeve is teachers
one of the Ag boys
plans to get a iob after gradu-
Our best dressed pals with
Barry, Bud, Bill, and Ron
pet peeve is teachers "Gone
with the wind" is his most used
expression likes Fats Dom-
ino's music eats hot beef
sandwiches treasures a sick
six plans to get a iob??
Nancy Joy Scholl
Well known for her knack for
getting in and out of trouble in
class . . . likes anything eatable
listens ta Elvis Presley
has naturally curly hair
cloesn't like to get up in the
mornings future plans are
to visit Uncle Sam.
Lisle Gerald Schrecengost
Is one of our future architec-
tural designers . .. always yell-
ing "Hey Idiot!" teachers
always like him has a nice
quiet? personality . .. seen
with Wayne and Zeke pet
peeve is most girls treas-
ures his guns . .. likes spaghetti
. . . listens to the Kalen Twins.
Janet lee Schrecengost
One of the class cutups . . . seen
with Kak, Kay, and Shirl
she and Kak are always seen
at the Cadet in the Chrysler or
the Olds favorite singers
are the Teddy Bears, wonder
why? on her way to col-
Mary Alice Schrecengost
Attractive senior our head
maiorefte . . , favorite singer is
Elvis . .. dislikes snobbish
people . .. seen with Marge,
Carolyn, Charlie, and Pat ...
treasures her stuffed animals,
especially Rusty seen with
a certain guy when he's on
Came to us from Elders Ridge
. .. likes to eat pizza and cakes
favorite singer is Ricky Nel-
son could be heard say-
ing, "Oh, pardon me."
friends are Ed Lange, John
Reefer, and Jim Reefer fu-
ture plans are indefinite . . .
treasures his life and his love.
The most talkative favorite
singer is Elvis Presley pet
peeve is Ted Kimmel, wonder
why? . . . likes to eat hot dogs
with hot pepper . .. friends in-
clude most eeveryone treas-
ures his coon dog plans to
ioin the Air Force.
Nora Grace Vermillion
A real friendly blonde who can
usually be found walking the
halls with Jack, l.ias, Freehling,
and the Miller sisters has
one pet peeve: Teachers
plans to marry her steady, Jim,
George Weaver, Jr.
Tall senior with brown wavy
hair likes to eat anything
. .. favorite singer is Doris Day
. .. pet peeve is snobbish peo-
ple favorite expression is
"Don't iudge a book by its cov-
er" seen wifh Bruce and
John plans to be a for-
est ranger .. . treasures his
The guy who likes to sleep in
POD class an Abbie Lane
fan doesn't like women
drivers likes to eat steak
and mashed potatoes can
usually be found with Bud, Ron,
or Neil .. . future plans include
getting a iob
A most bashful but very nice
guy favorite singer is Pat
Boone his pet peeve is
homework friends include
George and John likes the
expression "A man should
think for himself" likes
hamburgers and ice cream . . .
plans to ioin the Army or Air
Likes to run around on his mo-
torcycle or Plymouth dis-
likes stuck-up girls favorite
food is fish likes to hear
Ricky Nelson sing can be
seen most of the time with Ken
Wingard plans to go into
John Garry Weaver
A nice guy ambition is to
own a Cadillac treasures
his Ford iust now pet peeve
is doing homework and slave
drivers seen most of the
time with Shirley pals with
Bruce and George listens to
Ricky Nelson plans to ioin
the Air Force.
Emma Jane Snyder
The most bashful member of
our class .. friends include
Nancy Scholl and Clarissa
Montgomery . . . favorite sing-
er is Pat Boone could eat
spaghetti and pizza anytime
treasures her album
plans to get a iob after gradu-
Good looking senior is seen
with Terry, Ron, Wendell
listens to Ricky Nelson fu-
ture plans are to get a iob
with the Gas Co. or ioin the
Marines dislikes unsociable
dames treasures his Merc
and his drivers license, if he
ever gets it back.
The guy with a real sense of
humor usually seen with
John and Bud favorite ex-
pression is"Go back to Russia"
prizes his flintlock .. . plans
to become an automobile me-
chanic . . . a real nice guy.
Carolyn June Wingard
Our most athletic listens to
Johnny Mathis . . . pet peeve is
snobbish people likes piz-
za, spaghetti, French fries
seen with Charlie, Pat, Mame
and Margie treasures her
diamond ring . . . future plan is
to be a good wife for Jack.
Cute gal with dimples .. . could
eat potato chips and drink pop
anytime favorite singer is
Gale Storm can be seen
with Kay, Betty, Ethel, and
Janet pet peeve is broth-
ers treasures herself
wants to be a secretary.
Wayne Earl Yount
Senior guy usually seen in the
shop likes sea food
thinks Pat Boone is the great-
est hates back slappers
always saying "Did you get
any on you?" close friends
are Lisle, John, Elaine and
Dianne treasures his Ford
wants to become an auto-
Patricia L. Wright
One of the tiny ones an-
other of Ricky Nelson's fans . . .
favorite foods are spaghetti,
turkey, and ice cream .. . "Gee
whiz" . . . plans to get a secre-
tarial iob we didn't see
much of her this year because
of illness but we remember her.
Lois .lone Williams
Bubbling personality treas-
ures her friends and a good li-
brary book ... pet peeve is pre-
iudiced people likes to eat
hot rolls and spaghetti .. . lis-
tens to Shirley Jones plans
to attend Indiana S. T.C. and
become a teacher.
Can be seen driving his purple
Merc which is his most prized
possession pals with Ralph
and Ed favorite food is
hamburgers likes to listen
to Johnnie Cash plans to
get a iob after graduation.
Tom Klingensmilh Kathleen Boclen
George Weaver lcomerc shyl
Bruce Townsend Emma Snyder
Jayne Williams Ron Mclntire
John Scott Nancy Moore
Most Likely To Succeed Beg' D"Me'S
Forrest Burkett Judy Reed Nancy Freehling Wynford Johnson
Lee Erdley Shirley Cloypoole
Elaine Baker Jim Townsend
Barry Weight Potty Rupp
Clwcirlesetto Miller Jim Gidel
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Bill Brown Pntti Bush
Glenn Kimmel Carolyn Wingcircl
Mcxrgiv Rvclviclc John Wvuvr-I
Delores Rybmrik Dove Slweosley
Co-editors of the Yearbook
Kathleen Crcivvnm Kcillwlven Bolle-n
NIR. AND XIISS SICN
IAYNE WIHIAMS AND JAMES M GIDEI
c 3 i 3, X fc ,
Mrs. Eleanor Endicott Margie Rearick
Mary Alice Schrecengost
Jim R. Giedel
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Dr. Ralph E. Miller, D.D.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Yount
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wissinger'
Hiland Shopping Center
Dr. John Watchko'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Boden'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Claypool
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas
Annie and Violet Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Millerf
Dr. and Mrs. Frank G. Edwardsk
Beatty's Brothers Hardware
Gus and Ray Barber Shop--Homer City, Pa.
St. Clair's Esso Service-Center
Hess Brother's Restaurant'
Supinka's Pie and Cookie Box
Indiana and Homer City, Pa.
Book Shoe Store'
Mr. Donald Bruce
Spookie Sandwich Shop
Mr. Rudy Feldman
Miller's Hoagie Shopt'
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schrecengost
Boyer Funeral Home, Rural Valley
Compliments of Fiori's Pharmacy, Leechburgh'
Barbor 81 Musser, Indiana'
Roppolo's Esso Station-R. D. :H:3, Leechburg
Hilltop Grocery-Phone VI 2-0385
R. D. :lj:2, Box 24A, Leechburg
White Front Cafe, West Leechburg
Younghams Auto Parts, Vandergrift
Dr. H. J. de Vries
620 Philadelphia St., Phone 5-2441
Dr.,B. C. Lewine, Optometrist'
2'l So. 7th St., Indiana
Andrew W. Smith, Jr.
Hawk's Radio Service
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rearick
Thomas A. Hronadikt'
C. B. Shaw "Kittanning Auto Parts"
Heckman Maytag and Television Service
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
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Mr and Mrs.
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Mr and Mrs.
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Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs.
C. B. Sleasek'
Hugh I. Stitt""
W. Kenneth Rupp
R. W. Dunmire Furniture Store, Vandergriftw'
Kistaco Farms, Apollo R. D. 33"
Gandino Religious Shop
I34 Columbia Avenue
Ed Rellick, College Lodge Road, Indiana
Lieb's Appliances, Indiana
Mr. Bert Coleman, Clarksburg
Baird Insurance Agency, Indianaf'
Bru no's Market, India na
Albert M. Cox, Justice of the Peace
620 Philadelphia St., Indiana
DICKEY AND SGRO Compliments Of
BUSSES AND MOVING H. E. BROSIUS COMPANY
Box 'I35 Nu Mine, Pa. Drilling Tools - Industrial Supplies
Phone SU 3-4221 Kittanning, Pa.
MERVIS FURNITURE STORE
For Quality Food at Low Prices 1110.20 Orr Avenue
Routes 422 and 210 Kl""""l"9' PQ'
VICTOR E. SCHALL
Complete Insurance Service
FARMERS BANK AND
Member Federal Reserve System
Phone FL 4-2262 Elderton, Pa
Member Federal Deposit
lnsurcmce Corp' We Arrange For The Financing Of
Automobiles And Trucks
Best Wishes To The Graduating Class
Of 1959 MEADOW Gow DAIRIES mc.
Rural Valley, Pennsylvania
Phone Sunset 3-3522
ARMITAGE SUPER MARKET
129 Warren Avenue
FEDERAL LABORATORIES INC.
HOMER CITY STATE BANK
"Your Friendly Bank"
Member Federal Deposit
Homer City, Pa.
DOM ALLERA AUTO SALES
Good Clean Used Cars
We Buy And Sell All Makes
Vandergrift-Apollo Road PL 1442-1
APOLLO TRUST COMPANY
"Serving this area for over 85 years"
219 First Street GR 2-1551
Warren Ave. 81 N. Second St. GR 2-2081
Member Federal Deposit
THE SAVINGS 8. TRUST COMPANY
Complete Banking and Trust Service
For Over Fifty Years
Member Federal Deposit
PEOPLE'S BANK OF WEST LEBANON
West Lebanon, Pa.
Member Federal Deposit
INDIANA APPAREL MERCHANTS
Children's Shop Mayfair Shoppe
Gearhart's Molly Ann
Town 81 Country
Plumbing - Heating - Electric Wiring
Elclerton, Pa. Phone FL 4-2201
SAY FARM EQUIPMENT
Oliver Farm Machinery and Crawler Tractors
Homelite Chain Saws and Jamesway Barn Equipment
Delavel Milkers and Separators
Corner of Walnut and Jefferson St.
Ll 2-4771 Kittanning, Pa.
AUDLEY B. LASHER
R. D. .735 Kittanning, Pa.
Phone SU 3-3781
YOUNT'S GROCERY STORE
Meats and Groceries-Gasoline and Oil
Phone RO 2-0900
EDWARD'S FUNERAL HOME
24-HOUR AMBULANCE sekvlcs
.lOHNNIE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP
Rural Valley, Pa.
GOLDSTROM TIRE SERVICE
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
WHITES FARM SUPPLY
Parts and Repair
SCHRECK'S ESSO STATION
M. J. SCHRECENGOST
Rural Valley, Pa. Phone SU 3-2541
CURLY MOORE CHEVROLET
Sales 8- Service Rural Valley, Pa.
Phone SU 3-3791
RURAL VALLEY LUMBER COMPANY
Rural Valley, Pa. Phone SU 3-2613
THE Y RESTAURANT
Phone 1436-A 1436-R 1476-A pina pie
124 East 15th St. Vandergrift, Pa.
Harry H. Goldstrom William F. Goldstrom 510' Route APOIIPI PU-
NEWS-RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
327 N. Fourth Street
Apollo, Pa. Phone GR 2-3831
R. GORDON 8. SONS
Square Deal Furniture Store
Opposite Mill Office
Phone 624 ' Vandergrift
HILTY'S HOME FURNISHINGS Compliments Of
COUNTRY FRUIT MARKET
Exclusive But Not Expensive
2-I7 Hrs, SY. Apollo, pu. Intersection Route 66 8. Dime Road
Phone GR 2-3911 R. D. -'33 Ford City, Pa.
KERR LUMBER CO. PETROLEUM SALES COMPANY
T , H bb L' , G'ft ,
Lumber- Millwork and Cys 0 dYNme? I ware
Builders Supplies an Ove les
825 Fifth Avenue
FORD CITY, PA. RO 2-3201 Ford City, Pa.
CARSON FUNERAL HOME wRAY's MOBILE HOMES SALES
24 Hour Ambulance Service
3W Miles East on Route 422
Phone SU 3-2621 Rural Valley, Pa. KITTANNING, PA'
ROY W. CARSON, Funeral Director Ll 2.8110
R U P P ' S
DONALD G. BOYER
Hlnsure and Be Sureu Appliances T.V. Furniture
Kittanning Highlands LI 3-7101
Learner's Permits 81 Notary Work
Elclerton, PCI.-Phone FL 4-2673 No'-TE CHEVROLET
332 Market St.-Kittanning
Phone Ll 3'833l Liberty 3-1081 Kittanning, Pa.
BOYER POTATO CHIP CO.
116 Market St.
Rural Valley, Pa.
Compllmenls Of INDIANA MUSIC HOUSE
Everything in Music and Musical Instruments
B R O D Y ' S Reputable Band and Orchestral Instruments
CRentals, Complete Repairs, Private lnstructionsl
36 N. 5th Street Phone HO 5-7134
Indiana, Pa. Indiana, Pa.
HOMER CITY SERVICE STATION MAIN STREET SERVICE STATION
Quaker State Products 228 Soush Main Sfreei
Corner Elm and Main Phone 9-2241 Lubrication, Washing, Tune-up
Homer City, Pa. Phone 9-8051 Homer City, Pa.
JORDAN 8. CLAYPOOLES
s M o sz G A s B o R D
Route 422 Kittanning, Pa.
LEITER STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP
WEST KITTANNING LUMBER COMPANY
For Complete Building Service
Phone LI 2-2851 Kittanning, Pu
LARRY COLLIN'S CITIES SERVICE
Route 422 Kittanning, Pa
JORDANS SERVICE STATION
R. D. Jil Kittanning, Pa
GUIDO OLDSMOBILE COMPANY
M. R. I0 Kittanning, Pa.
MERLE E. WATERSON
R, D, .ffl Kittanning, Pa.
Phone LI 2-5112
Machine Work and Repairing
EI.MER'S STERLING SERVICE
201 South Jefferson St.
HILL-CREST LUMBER Co.
Kittanning Highlands LI 2-7042
SCOTT'S GREENHOUSE 8. FLORAL
Flowers, Plants and Pottery
Call FL 4-2242
HAROLD C. GRAHAM
General Building Contractor
Phone LI 3-0781 Kittcmnin
H. M. AND W. I"I. KIMMEL
EGER'S CREDIT JEWELERS
"Pay Eger Payday"
BLY FUNERAL HOME
Ambulance Service Monuments
"Any Time"-"Any PIace"
Phone CL 1-8512 Dayton, Pa
YOUNG'S BARBER SHOP
MCGRANN FORD CITY, PA.
B 0 Y D ' S
L. C. FLICK
Diamonds -- Watches - Silverware
HOME IMPROVEMENT SERVICE
20 S. 7th St. Indiana, Pa
Ford City, Pa. Phone RO 2-3021 Plwne HO 5-8861
JOHN'S JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP
PEoPLE's uNloN BANK AND must co.
Member F. D. I. C.
Member Federal Reserve System
I'IELEN'S MARKET C0mPlimef'7S Of
RlCHARDSON'S BARBER SHOP
Meat and Groceries Gasoline and Oil
GIRTY, PA. Dealer ln New and Used Guns
E. E. SCHAEFFER
433 Union Ave. Kittanning, Pa.
Phone LI 3-0361
PAULOS SERVICE STATION
Route 66 R. D- 33
FORD CITY, PA.
Entrance To Crooked Creek Dam
A. C. HEYMER'S PENNZOIL HUTCHISON'S JEWELRY STORE
South Water Street
KITTANNING, PA. 205 Market St. Kittanning, Pa
R. D. 412 Route 66-28
Kittanning, Pa. Phone Ll 5-1041
BLANEY'S SERVICE STATION
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
LUTHER DRY CLEANERS
Homer City, Pa. Phone GR 9-8085
Saltsburg, Pa. Phone ME 5-1864
Avonmore, Pa. Phone MY 7-2335
716 South 9th Street
RAVOTTI MOTOR SALES
MERCURY- EDSEL SALES AND senvice
R. D, .111 Leechb
McQUILKIN BARBER SHOP
Indiana Theater Building
PENN FURNITURE CO.
MABON BROTHERS HARDWARE
33 North Sixth Street
Phone HO 5-7122
Original Spaghetti House
11 North Sixth Street
FARMER'S DELIGHT DAIRY Co"'Pll"'e"'5 Of
Quality Dairy Products LEE KING
LEECHBURG APOLLO, PA.
PAULY'S DRUG STORE
Dedicated to Your Family's Health
215 First Street
KISKI VALLEY DAIRY QUEEN
NORTH APOLLO, PA.
Esso Products - Philco Appliances
SPRING CHURCH, PA.
WADDELI. MOTOR COMPANY
FORD SALES AND senvlcs
R. D. Q2
Phone Ll 5-1040
Route 66 28
HIWAY HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES
SNYDER'S IMPLEMENT STORE
Formall Tractors-International Motcr Trucks
RCA Whirlpool Refrigeration
McCulloch Power Chain Saws
220 North Grant Ave. Phone Ll 2-1581
Ford cny, Pa. RO 2.1001
DYKE AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC.
FOULIS DRY CLEANING CO.
Sta Nu Process
Westinghouse - RCA - Whirlpool
Magnavox T.V. 81 Hi-Fi
Sales 8- Service
LI 3-8701 307 Market St.
SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO.
TRICOUNTY TYPEWRITER CO.
R. E. couomer
Ll 2-6543 Kittanning, Pa.
Houseware, Sporting Goods,
MCNUTT AGENCY 'NC' 520 Philadelphia sneer
J. E. WOLFE
Complete Insurance Service
FORD CITY, PA.
CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
Appliances 8- Auto Parts
900 Fifth Ave. Ford City, Pa.
A. C. HEYMER'S PENNZOIL
South Water Street
R. L. DUNBAR'S AMOCO SERVICE
Groceries and Confections
Water Well Drilling-Electric Pumps
Pipe 8- Fittings
Route 422 East of Kittanning, Po.
Phone Ll 3-5493
Best Wishes Of The
A.A.A. CLUB OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY
WM. E. WISSINGER
Gas and Oil
Dial Ll 3-4232 South Bend Pennsylvania
COACH 'N FOUR MOTEL
3 Miles Easton U. S. 422
F. G. RAESE, Prop.
Room Phones Free T.V. Phone Ll 5-1011
THE VILLAGE SHOP
G I F T S
WHITESBURG SALES AND SERVICE
When You Dial Ll 2-6166
You Get The Best Service In Town
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK
Complete Banking Services For You
RURAL VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA
PEOPLE'S BANK OF FORD CITY, PA.
Offers Congratulations To The Class
Complete Banking Service
Member Federal Deposit
INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE
Indiana Printing 81 Publishing Company
THE ARMSTRONG COUNTY TRUST CO.
Complete Banking Service
H. P. "TOMMY" THOMPSON
u s E D c A R s
4 Miles East of Kittunning on U. S. 422
P. O. Box 452 LI 3-3340
WINGARD'S GULF SERVICE STATION
Groceries, Briggs 8- Stratton
Authorized Repair Service
Route 422 4 Miles East of Kittanning
Phone Ll 5-1376
H U N T E R ' S
Proprietor MRS. JOHN WRAY
Phone LI 3-4221 Route 422
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF KITTANNING, PA.
Member F. D. l. C.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
With Offices In
Ask about our free imprinting
on your personal checks
Member Federal Deposit
FRANK'S TOG AND SPORTS SHOP
Men's Wear ond Sporting Goods
138 Columbia Ave.
APOLLO NEWS STAND
222 North Warren Ave.
APOLLO FORD SALES INC.
Cor Sales-Truck Service
VALLEY FLORIST, RIVER ROAD
Designs by Eula Burkett
North Apollo, Po.
Phone GR 2-8151
Route 56 4 Miles East of Apollo
ZULA SMlTH'S DRESS SHOPPE
Ladies Apparel Hats by Fisk
P. O. Box 296 First Street Ex. Phone 72.4351
GR 2-1241 Apollo, Pa. Apollo Trust Co. Bldg, Warren Ave.
KlNG'S DRUG STORE
Prescription, Sickroom Supplies
Phone SU 3-2601 Rural Valley, Pa.
DUNMIRE MOTOR COMPANY
Dodge - Plymouth Sales and Service
Phone LI 3-1241 Kittanning, Pa.
Market Street Kittanning, Pa.
ARMSTRONG FARM BUREAU
West Shore of the Allegheny River
North of U. S. 422
Phone LI 3-0951 Kittanning, Pa.
Owned By Those It Serves
PAUL'S AUTO PARTS
Kittanning, Pa. Ford City, Po.
OBADE CANDY CO.
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY
Compliments To A Fine Community
With A Fine School
JIM RUDOLPH USED CARS
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