Elkland High School - Loudspeaker Yearbook (Elkland, PA)

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v QS' 1 L ,e 4, ,a Hi A f, 1 , H, 5 Hal aku rx A '. W sa. V, 'J wa. mir' . miami 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 I 1 w Y 1 Y L w -- H ---- -----'K-Lf V Y . ' " - - - H V - H V - ...-f, - . ,,. ,,..,.1 -------f- g . V J? LGU USPEAKEB carwamxzzm zssvr. m.m.zmn,PA. Ag.Ll 411 l 11-I-xii IEE! W"mi'2Ei' 1 M W Elkland Grade and High School h Elkland Primary School Osceola Grade School Nelson Grade School 2 PRINSI YAL CWE are celebrating this year one hundred years of progress and growth of our community. During that time, education has been the foundation upon which Elkland has been built. It is difficult to imagine what Elkland would be without her schools, churches, and industries-. I am sure that each one of you is planning to make your commimity and your nation a better place in which to live. Planning alone will not bring about the desired results, but planning backed by determination, ambition, and work will make many of your dreams come true. ' I hope you reach the goal you set for yourself in life. You have now taken the first step in the right direction by completing your high school education. It is necessary now to plan further preparation in college, in industry, on the farm, or at home. I am sure you will be honest, sincere, gracious, friendly, and dependable in the future as you have been in the past. - 6.2.14 MMM! 3 FGREWGRB LJQS we, the class of 1950, prepared this keepsake, we attempted to capture within its covers the spirit of our unforgettable school years. u We hoped that this book would also serve as a reminder that our school, along with our town, has grown rapidly since the first town fathers settled Elkland in 1850. 4 , , , .,f.,,., .L.Y,W,. , mime 'mom L gg n this year of the Centennial of Elkland, we are dedicating our book to Mr. Eben H. Ellison, Sr., who has done so much to make the rapid progress of our town possible. We deeply appreciate his tireless efforts and his keen interest in the ivelfare of our expanding school and community. V 5 facmxrv fig Q E1k1and Top Row: Leone Swan, Anne Gayley, Irene Caffo, Dorothy Mitten, Roma Jean Morgan, Martha Barocoo, Sarah Cardman, Mildred Campbell. Second Row: Florence Kenyon, Louise Mannino, Frances Kenyon, Elaine Perham, Nettie Stedge, Hilda Cleveland, Mary Kyofski, Pearl Wood, Margaret Sumner First Row: Waldo Seamans, Orlando Barocco, Albert Martin, Clark Wood, Leigh Bowers, James Milliron, Raymond Strait Absent: William Whalen, Rose Surina l l l 4 . Nelson - ' Osceola Top Row: Dorothy Gleason, Stanley Weaver Top Row: lrma Whitehill, Hildred Murray First Row: Helen Swan, Kathryn Ingersoll First Row: Burr Hall, Emiline Bell 6 ,, ,,,,,,,.,. ,,,. , , . .. . . . ..., ,,,, ,, , W-Y.-- -- - -. . - ' A'A"' !.1u-In-,gf af..- 'p--n""', u 5 'A' A 1 MM M ff!-K fvw' - 1 W , QA ffl "nf X QW "'m, E f Q fl' WS Q 1114 ,ii M ffff 1 L., Gigi ' SENIBRS President .... . . . Dawn Hallinan Vice President . . ...... James Doan Secretary . . . . . .Robert Van Gorden Treasurer. . .... Martha Merritt Class Colors Blue and Gold Class Flower Red rose Class Motto "Let not the sun set on thy work." OUR PROMISE We are the class of nineteen-fifty, Happy, cheerful, wise, and thrifty. Our years in school have been such fun, We're proud of the work that we have done. We leave here memories, good and bad, To the friends and teachers we have had And hope they'1l wish us the very best, As we scatter from here to east and west, To strive for success that we all seek For we are neither lazy nor weak. We '11 do our best to gild your name, O Elkland High, we'll bring you fame. Roberta Van Gorden 8 -V-ww.-- -qu-mv-.,ff-.f.Y - , ...,.f,-,,, ,,,, Y Y, vw-W-Yvtw 1 w W ,V 01 hu' y I - -V KAY ALLEN Chorus l,3,4g Band l,3,,4g Cheerleader 3,45 Class Secretary lg F. H. A. 33 County F. H. A. Songleader 3 "Katie" has pep and a pleasing smile, We wish she'd been here all the while. - IANE BIANCO Chorus, Band, Orchestra, and County Band l,2,3,4g County Chorus 3, District Chorus 2 5 Cheer Leader 2,3,4g Jr. Prom Committee 3 "1anie,f' a talkative blonde in our class, Is a very peppy andumusical lass. LORRAINE BRASS Chorus l,2,3,4g F. H. A. l,2,3g Parliamentarian F. H. A. 3, jr. Prom Committee 3 g Mansfield Fair Awards l,2,3 Noted for her wise sayings, and cute jokes as well, "Lorrie" is a good seamstress, and her cooking is swel lv oL1vE BROWN A WDC J J Chorus l,2,3,43 Ir. Prom Committee 3 A quiet girl, and very sweet, 'J Knowing Olive has been a treat. RIC HARD CARDMAN . Chorus, Soccer 43 Ir. Prom Committee 3g Baseball, Basketball 2,3,4 U "Dick " is full of energy and vim, - He likes sports, and we all like him. ' FJ .1 mama 5 H K x LOREN CARR Loren's art work is a pride to him. He puts into it his time and vim. RICHARD cAss ' Baseball and Basketball l,2,33 Band and Chorus 1,2 3,4 Orchestra 43 County Chorus 2,3Q County Band 43 District Band 4, Soccer 43 jr. Prom Committee 3 Here is "Cassie," so slow on his feet But on his drum he can really beat. VICTOR DARTT Vice President 13 President 2,3Q Baseball 1,2,3,43 S Jr. Prom Committee 33 Basketball 1,2 all know this lad as "Professor Dartt," s he is ver s rt. WJ DANIEL Chorus, Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 13 Soccer 43 Jr Committee, County Chorus 3 With a very keen face and very soft heart, We all know Dan for his works of art. JAMES D1M1'1gRY ' Basketball, Baseball 1,2,3,43 Soccer 43 Jr. Prom Committee 3 He likes all sportsg this boy called "jim" In basketball, we all root for him. 10 nur!-V.-.pt.T:: V- ......... -Va 1. , Y ,nw 5 iz ag gpvu-r JAMES DOAN 'XM Vice President 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4Q Soccer 43 Ir. Prom Committee 3 "Doanie" has a cute blush, and though he is short, He is a good player on the basketball court. TERESA FORTO Chorus 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4Q District Chorus 2g Ir. Prom Committee 33 County Chorus 1,3 H Terry" is efficient and neat in every way, And on the accordian, how she can play! DAWN HAL LINAN Class President 43 Band 2,3,43 Chorus l,2,3,43 Orchestra 3,4j g E5 lr. Prom Committee 33 County Band 2,3,43 County Chorus 3 "Suzie,"' a bright and cheerful lass, Is the popular leader of our class. FLORE LLA MAIN Chorus 1,2,3,43 F. H. A. 1,2,33,Ir. Prom Committee 33 Mansfield Fair Awards 1,2,3 Fond of School, and studies too, "Ellie" is cheerful and seldom blue. GERTRUDE MERRITT A Treasurer 33 Chorus 1,2,33 Band 2,33 Orchestra 2,3 3 Jr. Prom Committee 33 County Band 3 A Though Richard has Gertie, we all think she's swell. She does all her schoolwork, and housework as well. 11 5 Und C QUUV "V' I MARTHA MERRITT 1 , 777a,-95354. Secretary 2,33 Treasurer and County Chorus 2,43 Cheerleader 2,3,4g Band and Chorus l,2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Jr. Prom Committee 3 5 County Band 3,4 Here is "Mart," a friend to all, She likes school, cheerleading, and basketball. MARTHA NORTON Band l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2,3,4g Jr. Prom Committee 35 County Chorus 25 County Band 3,4 If J? Snook finds horse shows a lot of fun, ,And we're proud of all the prizes she's won. RICHARD RUNYAN "Dick" is very friendly and a quiet lad, He works hard for our class and never gets mad. WILLIAM RUPAR Chorus l,3,4g Band l,2,4g Orchestra 4g President lg District Chorus, Jr. Prom Chairman 33 County Chorus 1,3 "Bi1l' ' is a tall and lanky guy, He seems to like Nelson. We wonder why? HARRY RUSSELL Chorus l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,43 Soccer 43 County Chorus 2,35 Jr. Prom Committee 3 On the baseball diamond, and on the court, You'll always find Harry a very good sport. 12 A 'rf' ,,.fV.-.--1-+..e--..Yv.s. .,---v .---..yw-Q--l.-...V - ,, .-.V...-.-.,.,..,,-.- , v-1 ,..,.,,, , , ,,, SMITH t E Basketball, Band 2,3,4g Baseball, County Chorus l,2,33 Soccer, Orchestra 45 Chorus l,2,3,4g Ir. Prom Committee 3 Tho' Smitty's often in love with a girl, - He likes to 'give 'em all a whirl. H Ernie 1S most quiet and shy of all ma es did ERNEST SMITH - 73 - . 1 ! But how he excelled in our ticket sales! fd, ,X Mir SHIRLEY STEDGE It Chorus l,2,4g Orchestra l,2,3,4g County Orchestra, Cheerleader 2,3,4 District Orchestra 2 5 Class treasurer lg jr. Prom Committee 3 "Shirl" likes red hairg that's a fact that's known well, I W And all who know Shirley, will agree that she's swell. ALFRED THURSTON Chorus 1,2,3g Ir. Prom Committee 3 Slow and easy, that's Al's pace and speed He s always ready to do a good deed GERALD TRAVIS Baseball, Basketball l 2,3,4, Soccer 4 "Gabe is a tall and ,good looking bo he needs a cuestick to give him Joy 13 . W ' ' if cv is s H5 is 5 5 , ,El 39 Ifgwsi, , 5 za Q EB M? wwf f li ,Q ,iz or :Eu ROBE RTA VAN GORDEN Chorus, Band l,2,3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4g Cheerleader 2 5 County Chorus 1,2,3g County Band 2,3 5 Class Secretary 45 Jr. Pro Committee 3 M I V Bert is a very efficient little lass ' She's noted for her "Si's" in class. NMMA W PHILIP WHITNEY Basketball Chorus l 2 3 4' Baseball C t h 1 , , , , , , o1myC orus ,2,3gSoccer 4g jr. Prom Committee 3 Here is Phil with hair full of curls. His main thought in life is beautiful girls. RICHARD WOODWARD Orchestra 43 Chorus, Band l,2,3,45 County Chorus, County Band 25 Ir. Prom Committee 3 When it's work for the class, "Rich",yvi11 never shirk, He works in Eddie's as aw"soda jerk. 14 Sarnia Top Row: Owlett, Runyan, McCracken, Kizer, Kreisler, Foster, Fegley, De Luge Ahearn Appleman Second Row: Mr. Barocco, Hazlett, Sayre, Kaleski, Learn, Case, Bailey, Lunger Hendrickson, Funnerty Northup, Casebeer First Row: Taft, Preston, Johnson, Thomas, Hugic, Dorn, Pease, Bartholomew, Ascenzn, Wenskopff President ...... Vice President . . Secretary .... Treasurer. . . P ' Class Flower. . . . . Class Colors . . . . . Class Motto . . . Lois Appleman . . .Josie Ascenzi . . . . Alice Preston . . .Billy McCracken . . . Red Rose Red and White "Ambition Has No Rest." so lm- L VN, lu -'Q Nat 'X lil ll Top Row: Snotts, Snyder, Hugic, Van Dusen, Foster, Butler, Fisk, Marold, Dornsife, Walters, Davenport, Hallock, Watkins, Dartt, Elliott, Greene, Holmes Second Row: Blake, Flynn, Allen, Oberther, Cruttenden, Kiser, Mather, Empson, Carter, Sahrle, Swingle, Empson, Barbano, Flynn, Colegrove, Heitzenrater, Mr. Bowers First Row: Enderle, Siciliano, Hoyt, O'Bryan, Pattison, Price, Cardman, Wheeler, Ives, Davenport, McLean, Belcher, Henning ills ml N ,QW tk my M' EW ,Q ai, fre V Qi, Q , President ..... . . . Vernon Dartt Vice President . . . .0m1a1ee Empson Treasurer . . . . . .Barbara Shotts Secretary . . . . Ugo Barbano jx ff,-"" t Class Flower. . . . Mountain Laurel X .6 " Class Colors . . Green and Gold ,f ' Class Motto . ."Anything worth Nz' I doing at an is D W worth doing well." 1335 , . X 5, M fl jo J N , M 1:- 'M A' -:ll---f -4n-----'wf-- f-f-- , -f ww- YW- .,,.., ,..-v..,. ......,,, H, . ,n,,v W 74777-M W, ,ww Yv,Y Y, M WH wvrv mvi- 'WIH YV WV' -Vw f W 'WT mv W Q W r 1 v-Www Y ww '-J maxaman kr Top Row :rd Row Second Row Fl rst Row l,1flWl!v' ff My Cavagna l-lendershott G Phelps Schoonover Belletto Marzo Kilburn Rumsey Russell Warren Congdon, Hackett, Chl lson Rhoades Gleason, Spencer Watklns Walters Rupar Seeley, Space Kendall Moon Flynn I-l I Gleason, VanClse Eckman Mrs Kenyon Stewart Belletto,Avery Wynkoop, Thomas Colllns Walters Warburton Rathbun, West Naegleu Casebeer Cabusca Pelps Klrk Marlatt Smlth Mlleou ku Cevette Strauss Pon Wulson My ,mv Zhfpjza VM X 0 7 Class Colors ,ZW Pres1dent 4 I eorge Smrth Vlce Pres1dent jo Ann Flynn Ioan Rupar Patsy Cevette Secretary Treasurer Yellow Rose Blue and Gold Success Class Flower Class Motto Wy W Th- 1 ' , - , ' ', , , , , , al, Q ff A 2 V l ' , . L ,-I L1 t ' ' I I ,V hlll I Ml lm fjlpf 5 ,NN J A . j 5 W ,E r ... ... 5 . Q .' .' u ' n ' f gxjxu 6 .. 'ly . -if 5 X ijt W , ,xg 1 'X' .V all M . , . , , ,H , .- u .ijt , I ' Qs ' V . greats sa as Top Row: Hendersh tt St o , evens, Potter, Marold, Butler, Schoonover, Smithers, Gleason, Enderle, Blake, Hackett Second Row: Lugg, Cass, Sahrle, Van Dusen, Marlatt, King, Schulenburg, Sheppa, Dartt, Borgeson, King First Row: Davis, Cerchie, M. Manning, Manley, P. Manning, Deacon, Heysham, Freeburg, Thurston, Dorn Top Row: Button, Runyan, Cox, Simmonette, Jenkins, Arnolds, Stocum, Davis, Sherman, Mattison, Enderle Second R : G ' ' ow reene, Buckingham, Kosher, A. Van Dusen, Enderye, Travis, Van Gorden, Cavagna, Weiskopff, Runyan, Libby First Row: Johnson Kohler Jeffer B th , , 5, GV Olomew, Hackett, Hatcher, Perigo, Smith, Valanti, Surina l President ..... . . . Phyllis Dorn Vice President . . . . Nick Simmonetti Secretary ..... .... C arol Davis Treasurer . . . Lee Button 18 SEVENTH GRIXBE s Top Row: .Strauss, Sherman, Baker, Clegg, Schmidt, Crane, Brown, Van Gorden, Miles, Buck, Nelson, Davenport, Flynn, Tillinghast Second Row: Phelps, Swlngle, Buckingham, Williams, Davis, Jeffers, Van Zile, Cook, Hall, Van Gorden, Stocum, Oberther, Baker, Thompson, Martin First Row: Morley, Kilburn, Van Schaich, Johns, Bremer, R. Dornsife, Jeffers, Moon, J. Dornsife, Finnerty, Reed, Harkenrlder Top Row: Farmelo, Burfield, Casebeer, Butler, Tubbs, Lent, Buck, Hazlett, Healey, Preston, Tanner, Hill, Housted Second Row: Brian, Kriesler, Seamans, Slocum, Rice, Barber, Hakes, Flynn, Cox, Weller, Avery, Davis, Mrs. Perham First Row: Weaver, Marshall, Smith, King, Rumsey, Smith, Cawkins, Tillitson, Empson, Tallarida, Hoyt President .... . .Louise Smith Vice President . .... James Davis Secretary ..... . . Mary Tallarida Treasurer ..... . . Lee Farmelo Class Reporter. . . . . .... Lois Cox 19 IND. ARTS AN A . LQNTJUSTRIAL arts and agriculture are two orientation courses designed to find out which students are suited for woodworking, mechanical drawing, and farm work. The field of industrial arts is being broadened next year by leather and copper working and a machine shop. A ' The agriculture students are learning to build rooms on houses, to handle livestock, and to operate farm machines. Below is a picture of Coach Milliron's office built in the boy's locker room by the agriculture students. 20 , . 1, ff ...sum , .ull-fv.r....:,--.. ,,. ..... -..W ..-, ,, , v., ,.,,,,, GENRE EAL CN' , .1 HE enlargement of the commercial department is evidenced by an increase in the number of typewriters to eighteen. There are sixty students in typing classes, twenty-four in shorthand, and ten in bookkeeping. Awards are given in recognition of high standards attained in class. Pins are given to those with shorthand dictation and transcription speeds of 80 to 100 words per minute. Re- quirements for completion of the courses are: typing I, 30 words per minute 3 typing H, 403 shorthand I, 60g and shorthand II, 80. These speeds must be sustained for at least five minutes Students also learn to operate the mimeograph, ditto, and adding machines. 21 HOME EGOINIBNIGS BEST LEADER BEST SEAMSTRESS BEST BAKER BEST LAUNDRESS BEST CANNER BEST HOME NURSE MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY MOST RELIABLE BABY SITTER BEST BEAUTICIAN MOST ARTISTIC Carolyn Johnson Alice Preston Ellevenna Kaleski Betty Northup Alice Preston Madeline Learn Georginna Hazlett Arlene Pease Ruth Thomas Patsy Weiskopff MOST HOSPITABLE Peg Finnerty BEST HOUSEKEEPER Mary Siciliano MOST COOPERATIVE Klyda Kizer MOST AGREEABLE Carolyn-Cruttenden FRIENDLIEST Helen Hoyt BEST COOK Eleanor Mather BEST BUYER Kathryn 0' Bryan BEST MENDER Patsy Carter BEST WORKER lean Empson ff HE above picture was taken in food preservation class to show the results of canning done by the girls in class. After being scored, the canned goods are taken home. The foods laboratory is a cheerful place to work, and the girls are the housekeepers. We have use of a freezing locker, and the girls learn modern methods of conserving food. We also have an electric mixer, pressure pan and canner, electric refrigerator, electric and gas ranges, and a "salad master," a new piece of equipment which the girls are learning to use. We also have up-to-date sewing equipment, making it possible for each girl to become a skillful seamstress. For reference work and reading magazines the homemaking department offers a lovely living room, redecorated by homemaking students. n 22 w'7rn ,1X V U - 'fi 5- X K' V, N5 57 so vw 'N f- I I ,A K Wm QTEK J:-Q33 6 cj" B XX ff! xSgf If : L- fE,gs'b P i 4 5, ff? In at xff 1 G53 " H Wx Jr f5,QY 2,513 454 .pl C, it it .xx if H 1 i . ig l .ph 3, N35 Basra 1.1. Au soccna tx: -1 1 Back row: Dartt, Henning, Hugic, Travis, Cevette, Butler, Watkins, Schoonover, Casebeer, Russell, Cardman, Coach Millirong Front row: Enderle, Congdon, Dartt, Dimitry, Doan UQ NEW baseball team, coached for the first time by James Milliron, was defeated in all four of its attempts. These were all hard fought contests, but Mil1iron's men were not able to break into the win column. Away Westfield 2 E. H. S. 1 Knoxville 11 E. H. S. 4 Home Westfield 2 E. H. S. 1 Knoxville 11 E. H. S. 2 ' Top row: Fisk, Henning, Smith, Whitney, Marold, Russell, Dornsife, DeLige, Coach Millirong Second row: Mileouski, Gleason, Wilson, Smith, Dartt, Cass, Dimitry, First row: Travis, Cardman, Casebeer, I Doan, Blake, Watkins GUR first soccer season was welcomed by a turnout of thirty boys. This was a new sport for Elkland, and the coach had to teach all the fundamentals of the game. Although hard fighting, our team lost its four games because of the handicap of inexperience. Away Mansfield 5 E. H.S. '1 Covington 6 E.H. S. 1 Home Mansfield 3 E. H. S. 1 'Covington 4 E.H. S. 1 . 24 -I-su' BASKETBIRLL Top Row: Coach Milliron, De Lige, Travis, Smith, Kreisler, Whitney, Foster, First row: Watkins, Dimitry, Russell, Doan, Cardman, Casebeer Ci el HE varsity team has not piled up a large number of victories, but it has provided many thrilling moments for its fans throughout the , ason. On the court, the team was always a fine example of , LP good sportsmanship. 58" Raw" Coach Milliron, Dornsife, Butler, Henning, Blake, Hugic, Colegrove, Walters, Dartt,FIynn QJQFTER dropping games to the much larger Troy and Corning teams, our talented Iayvees bounced back to defeat these same schools at home and lost only to Wellsboro in a close contest. This jayvee team is composed of freshmen and sophomores who have the advantages of height, speed, and grit. 25 GREEK L A Top Row: Bianco, Merritt, Ascenz First Row: Appieman, Stedge, Allen TR. VARSITY 1-a-y-v-e-e-s I-a-y-v-e-e-s 1 I-a-y-v-e-e-s Jay-vees, fight W TJ' iiimfg 5 we 2 X. V BSITY T-E-A-M yea, team T-E-A-M yea, team T-E-A-M yea, team Fight, team, fight 5 K i i 2 E , i i 4 Top Row: Greene - Second Row: Cardman, Finnerty H ndrickson I V15 First Row: Pattison, Weiskopff M 26 F.H.A. Sitting: Miss Donovan, Preston, Carter, Wleiskopff, Johnson, Thomas, Northup Standing: Mrs. Earocco, Mather, Miss Mitten, Haziett, Pease, Learn, Empson, Kaleskl, O'Bryan, Cruttenden, Kizer, Siciiiano, Hoyt OUR chapter won top honors at the Mansfield Fair, receiving more prizes than any school in Tioga County. One of our members, Lorraine Brass, won the most prizes in the county, totaling nearly twenty dollars. The Pennsylvania. State Farm Show in Ianuary also brought top honors to Lorraine Brass, who won a first prize ribbon fon a cotton dress. Graduate, Elma Ascenzi was awarded second prize on a child's scrapbook, Alice Preston, third prize on a pair of pajamas, and the FHA Club, third prize on slip covers made for furniture in the homemaking department. Two members, Alice Preston and Patricia Weiskopff, were cited as rating "'high" in a National Sewing Contest in which 250,000 girls participated. With the help of club members, Patricia Weiskopff, vice president, has planned the following activities for the year 1949-1950: September--Mansfield Fair October ---- Initiation of new members - December-- Participating in Pennsylvania State Farm Show. Baby sitting without pay to relieve busy parents. Field trip to Elmira to visit Spaulding Bakery, a department store, WELM broadcasting studio, Arnot Art Gallery. February---Interest younger girls in FHA by presenting the "Emblem Service" and extending hospitality by serving refreshments. Send a package to adopted "German School." March ----- Send delegates to state convention April ------ Mother-daughter style show and tea May ------- Confer honorary degrees on worthy club members 27 B NB AND BRCHESNFRA Top Row: Watkins, Butler, Cevette, Fisk, Avery, Holmes, Finnerty, Bianco, Foster, Blake Fifth Row: Hallinan, Hall, R. Foster, Marold, Mileouski, Cerchie, Norton, Husted, Farmelo, Ascenzi, Slocum, Sayre Fourth Row: Enderle, Bailey, Kilburn, Thurston, Hendershott, Appleman, Dorn, Pattison, Marshall, Heysham Freburg, Van Gorden, P. Marold Third Row: Hackett, Cass, Buck, Marlott, Hill, Snyder, King, Casebeer, West, Eckman, Bartholomew, Smith, Rupar Second Row: Warburton, Seamans, Woodward, Hendershot, Hicks, Lunger, Brian, Owlett, Lugg, Marlott, Cass, Tanner, Northup, Allen, Deacon, Merritt, Cardman First Row: Collins Manning, Hazlett, King, Ahearn, Beletto Violins: Sayre, Stedge, D. Warburton, Dorn, Donley, M. Warburton Butler Saxaphones: Hallinan, Hall Drums: Woodward Trumpets: Van Gorden, Marold, Smith, Rupar Bass: Watkins Accordian: Forto Baritone: Foster Alto Horns: Cevette, Marold Trombone: Fisk Flutes: Snyder, Miliouski Clarinets: Ascensi, Dorne, Pattison, Bailey Tympany: Merritt Piano: Bianco 28 Q aim T r K 5 , H, Q: x Psebeer, Cardman, Woodward, Fisk, Romsey, Russell, Foster, Whitney, Rupar, Marold, Smith, X F. Foster, Dornsife, Cass, Dimitry, Barbano- 3T'ir SRO 1' Hendrickson, Appleman, Lunger, Ascenzi, Brown, Main, Brass, Case, Cardman, Beletto, Green, i Avery, Finnerty, Weiskopff . tied? R WN Wheeler, Hazlett, Rupar, Seeley, Taft, Collins, Shotts, Bailey, Hallinan, Forto, Owlett, 'Q Sayre, Freburg, Manley' ir t R, ' Hendershott, Heysham, Kendall, Thomas, Bartholomew, Norton, Cerchie, Holmes, Deacon, Hackett Q I wg West, Stedge, Director Seamans, Pianist: Bianco NDER the expert directorship of Waldo Seamans, the band, orchestra and chorus have grown steadily larger. The band added its brilliant color and stirring music to the events of the season. Its appearance in Memorial parades in Elkland and surrounding towns brought forth words of praise from the spec- tators. We remember with pleasure the lovely rendition of Christmas carols offered by the chorus at our Christmas assembly. Both the orchestra and chorus participated in the spring concert. Our orchestra shared a fall concert with the Spebsqsa, a male chorus from Addison, New York. Q This concert was sponsored by the local Lions Club. The orchestra was an enjoyable addition to our assembly programs through the year. Now we are looking forward to its last performance of the year at our important event, the commencement program. 29 Future Song Noted For Trademark Ol'l C Pro i lias ' A -. 5. gin s. 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To Lois Sayre, Jane Bianco leaves her outstanding musical ability. To Roberta Hendrickson, Shirley Stedge leaves her last minute stand in the morning. To Charles Casebeer, Ellsworth Smith leaves his blazing temper. To Donald Fegley, Daniel Dimitry leaves his ever-dying friendship. To Ted De Lige, Harry Russell leaves his remarkable athletic ability. To Wendell Kreisler, William Rupar leaves his wolf call. To Elleveena Kaleski, Dawn Hallinan leaves her brilliance in English. To Doris Bartholomew, Teresa Forte leaves her long dark chestnut hair. To Eleanor Bailey, Martha Norton leaves her discarded chair in band. To Ted Kizer, Richard "Farmer" Cass gives his undying devotion to farming. To June Runyan and Alice Preston, Ernest Smith leaves his quietness. To Carolyn Johnson, Lorraine Brass leaves her great speed record set in typing. To Fred Foster, James Dimitry leaves his already warmed seat on the bench Cin basketballj. To Betty Northup, Gertrude Merritt leaves her technique in catching and holding a man. To Joanne Ahearn, Florella Main bequeaths her long finger nails. To William McCracken, Philip Whitney leaves his towering height. To Glades Case, Olive Brown leaves her dignity. To Dortha Dorn, Kay Allen leaves her dancing shoes. To Margaret Finnerty, James Doan leaves his cute smile. To Georgianna Hazlett, Richard Woodward leaves his wavy hair. To Helen Hugic, Roberta Van Gorden leaves her pleasing personality. To Alice Owlett, Richard Runyan leaves his stiffness. To Arlene Pease, Gerald Travis leaves his friendliness. To Jane Lunger, Victor Dartt leaves his wisecracks. To Patricia Weiskopff, Alfred Thurston leaves his aloofness. ' To Madeline Learn, Richard Cardman leaves his scientific ability. To Ruth Thomas and Erma Jean Taft, Loren Carr leaves his outstanding art ability. To the Junior Class we leave a trio of art experts such as James and Daniel Dimitry and Loren Carr To Mrs. Kenyon we leave a better English class than ours was. To Miss Mannino we leave a quieter home room. To Mr. Wood we leave less worries about the Senior Trip. To Mr. Milliron we leave some good basketball material. AND LASTLK-I do make, constitute and appoint the LITTLE ANGELS, CLASS OF '52 to be Execut Ors of this my last Will and Testament. llll 'UCMIIIC55 Ul1b6I.'60f, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and ajfiixed my seal, the first day of May in the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty, S' ed, sealed, published and declared by ' .... ......,............,...,....,,...,.............. 31 ww m an Good Morning Candy, Please I The Quartet Physics Lab Future Chemists h Volley Ball Assembly 'Everybody Sing Going Home gpg... ,,, , , . , ...,,,.,...., . , ..Y. ,, .,., W -. -..... , ,. , ..,,.,,,,,,,,,m, M MURY AHB .CIHE year of 1886 marked the first commencement exercise of Elkland School, held in Park- hurst Hall. The graduating body consisted of three men, and it was the first time that diplomas were granted. Two banjos and two violins made up the orchestra which furnished the music for this memorable occasion. Today, sixty-four years later, as we, the twenty-eight members of the graduating class, sit in our seats in the well-equipped auditorium, we think back to the time when we were freshmen. In our ninth year, we were the "untouchables" and were left out of all the class activities. Our first abuse was our memorable initiation into high school. What a spectacle we were! To boost our morale after a day of indignities, the seniors gave us a big party, and we all ended up friends again. - As sophomores, we were finally accepted into senior society and took part in many activities during the year. Our junior year was one of our most active in high school. We sold class pins and candy to raise money for our senior trip. The highlight of the year was the traditional Junior Prom. We had a Valentine theme for our decorations. The auditorium indeed looked like a picture from a storybook with red hearts and cupids. This affair was a great success and enlarged our nest egg considerably. We also received our class rings this year and went around comparing them with their majesties, the seniors. The music department put on the operetta "Marianne" with all members of the Glee Club taking part. Now, at last, we are seniors. This year is our busiest and most exciting. We sold maga- zines, cards, stationery, candy and had a turkey and radio raffle. The proceeds of these busi- ness ventures were used for our Washington trip fund. Our senior play, "Growing Pains," was a walloping success and was enjoyed by all. We are all looking forward to commencement when we will take one last glance at the famil- iar scenes so dear to each of us before we step out to me et the world. 33 FLASHES Ol' I860 Plunkets Prunes presentsHedda Hopper Forto, your roving Hollywood reporter in Highlights of 1960 ,CI HE biggest social event of the season was the marriage of socialite Shirley Stedge to oil magnate T. Oliver Rumsey, which took place in The Little Church Around the Corner. Kay Allen and Ellsworth Smith are the toast of Broadway. Their new play, "South Atlantic," has broken all records. ' The new comic strip, "Mickey Rat" and "Donald Quack," written by the Dimitry brothers, Daniel and James, is the most exciting thing that has happened since Margaret Truman hit high C. Fame and fortune have finally come to Martha Merritt and Richard Cardman, mathematical wizards who made the phenomenal discovery that 2+2 2 4. Crooner Philip Whitney, commonly known as "'The Velvet Frog," has recorded another best-seller entitled, "Out of the Pond To You," written by his press agent, Gerald Travis. Calling all teachers, calling all teachers! Dr. Harry Russell and Nurse Dawn Hallinan are working night and day to perfect a new serum which will prevent teachers from going nuts. W. T. Rupar is expanding his business concern so that he now employs three secretaries, Olive Brown, Florella Main and Lorraine Brass. This is a milestone in Rupar's illustrious career because yesterday his business folded up. . Jane Bianco and Roberta Van Gorden are a new dynamic team whose musical achievements have left the music world agog. While Jane plays the piano, the audience waits breathlessly for Roberta to turn the pages. ' Martha Norton, "Smokie" to her friends, has replaced Fanny Brice as Baby Snooks, and since then her Hooper Rating has hooped. V Gertrude Beckwith, in private life, Mrs. Richard Merritt, says that pots and pans are fun to play with, but who wants to play? ' Victor Dartt and Richard Cass have combined their literary talents and have come up with a best- seller entitled "Bookkeeping Can Be Painless." Alfred Thurston nosed out Adolph Menjou and topped the list of the Ten Best Dressed Men in The World. . Richard Woodward's unusual photograph of a peanut upside down won first place in the a.nnua1 pho- tography contest. Richard Runyan and Loren Carr are steadily rising in the business world. They are now in charge of wastebaskets and pencil sharpeners. Ernest Smithid James Doan are part-owners of a nightclub "The Crack,Pot"'which only allows a certain class of people--that's right, you guessed it, crackpots. This is the blowout. Bye, folks. ALMA MATER Hail to thee, dear Alma Mater Long will we remember you. The halls are filled with ringing laughter, And, as we leave, we're blue. To think that we must now go out, Never to return, In our hearts without a doubt, Your memory will ever burn. So, hail to thee, dear old high school With your golden rule. We will always, always love you And to thee be true. Martha Merritt 34 l T V V.. LBUBSPEAKER STAY? C0-Editors . . Business Manager . . . . . Asst. Business Managers . . Personality Editors . . . . Social Editors . Athletic Editors Music Editors . Feature Editors Alumni Editors Art Editors . . Photographers . . Staff Advisor . . . Typing Advisor use sooscooouoanusnouuouosn an About the Seniors I have something to say Concerning each one, both sad and gay. We worked together from our freshman yearg Now the goal which we seek appears so near. Some have chosen their future occupation While others aspire to more education Our dashing class colors, the blue and gold, Remind us of stories that have been told. As a flower for the class, we happily chose A reminder of summer, a red, red rose. Soon from the Elkland School we must go Leaving those to learn what we already know. james Doan 35 . . . .jane Bianco Dawn Hallinan . . Harry Russell - Richard Cass 'victor Dam William Rupar Ernest Smith Shirley Stedge Roberta Van Gorden Ellsworth Smith . . . . . KayAllen Lorraine Brass . . Richard Cardman James Doan Gerald Travis . - Martha Merritt Florella Main . .. . . Teresa Forte Gertrude Merritt Martha Norton . . . . . Olive Brown Alfred Thurston Richard Runyan . . . . Loren Carr Daniel Dimitry James Dimitry . . Richard Woodward Phillip Whitney Mrs. Clnrles Kenyon Miss Dorothy Mitten H SHL GI-ITS GF THE YEAR First Soccer Game The Man With A voice Shy Fmsh Swing :Em Alamand Left Yea, Team! We Have Some Red Roses Mary Had A Little Lamb "P1eaSe,' r KW? . s ..... X ,Nm ..,: N ,f A ..T1 ,. , 4. V JUVXZ , 5 sgjfgm. . ' , I -' ' A 1' -"" ' f , W 1 ,, fi ,,,,. -' ,. eu: . ' ' -1+ 2 - Q21 :fees ' ww: ' as wg 4' 5 . :-L . , , : .su-,::'-32-5 I ' f. . wi' 'a,,, We ,ig , , I ' 2 isekQigSe3 2Q5QF ', .J-sf-1 2'f2:-,,:"fl:i1::-2' :Axe-:5,.a:2:a:1":',Lf-:ef :-- ,'-aaa ::, ss!mwJfmWwb? n f we Mio Guess Who? Here We Stand Here Comes Santa Claus Q ALUMNI SSS 1949 Elma Ascenzi works in Kayser Glove Factory and lives in Elkland. Mariam Blackwell works in the Parkhurst Insurance Agency. Silvio Cerchie attends Mansfield State Teachers College. Alfred Cevette works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Robert Childs lives in Elkland. Leroy Colegrove lives in Nelson. Dorothy Freburg works in Market Basket and lives in Elkland. Beverly Freeland lives in Nelson. John MacLean attends Mansfield State Teachers College. Eda Marzo works in Donley's and lives in Elkland. Barbara Milinski works in Elkland Gas Office and lives in Elkland. Donald McMinds works in A and P store in Elmira, N, Y. Marian Owlett attends Rochester Business Institute. John Owlett attends Rochester Business Institute. Beatrice Ream Briggs lives at Sabinsville. Anne Seely is student nurse at Columbia Hospital, Wilkensburg. Charles Smith works in the 'Tannery and lives in Elkland. Betty Stebbins works in Tannery Office and lives in Elkland. Allen Stoddard lives at home and works in the C. G. W. George Tubbs works in the Tannery and lives in Nelson. Coe Upham works in the Pool Room and lives in Elkland. Donald Waite works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Richard Wakley lives in Nelson and works on his brother's farm. Joan Weaver is in training at Sayre. - 1948 Guy Tanner is serving in the U. S. Air Force. Helen Codispoti Pida is married and lives in Pittsburgh. George Hall works in the Tannery and lives in Nelson. Marjorie Wetmore attends Mansfield State Teachers College. Douglas Hall works in the Tammery and lives in Elkland. Carmen Forte works in the Tannery Store and lives in Elkland. Alfred Simpson is serving in the U. S. Air Force. Eleanor Miles works in Kayser Glove Factory Office. Melissa Mae Ostrander works in the Tannery Store and lives in Elkland. . Lester Walters works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. ' Raymond Runyan works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Barbara Elliott works in Westfield's Kayser Glove Factory and lives at home Concetta Valenti works in the Electric Office and lives in Elkland. Maynard Stevens is attending ministerial school at Binghamton. Ruth Outman attends Rochester Business Institute. Julian Doleski is serving in the U. S. Navy. Clyde White Attends Jean Summers Business School, Elmira. Maynard Whitney is serving in the U. S. Army. Charles Johnson works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Roberta West Hall lives at Nelson and is married. Jack Helm attends Kutztown College. Eugene Cardman is serving in the U. S. Navy. Marie Colegrove lives fat Nelson. Earl Cass lives-at Osceola and works on the farm. b Lucille Sheppa works in the Kayser Glove Factory a.nd lives 1n Elkland. 1947 Merrill Klinger attends Penn State College. Georgette Boughton is in Nurses Training at Sayre. June Snyder Morgan is married and lives at Nyack, N. Y. Orman Surina works in Sheen's Store. Doris Allen works for Schultz Motor Company. Lindy Antonio is working as a barber at Nelson. ' Esther Belletto is working in an Orphans Home at Scranton. Ernestine Colegrove stays at home. Philip Freeland works in Tannery and lives at Nelson. Edith Hall lives in Elkland. 38 Jaw- .. Clayton Kreisler works in Tannery and lives in Elkland. Walter O'Bryan works in the Tannery Lab and lives in Elkland. John Pida is married and attends Pittsburgh University. Thomas Rumsey works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Phyllis Smith works in the Elkland Journal Office and lives in Elkland. Clarence Spencer works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Robert -Stebbins works in Tannery and lives in Elkland. Anthony Volante attends Penn State College. Roger Wakely works for a contractor and lives in Nelson. Joseph Simonetti attends Mansfield State Teachers College. 1946 Neil Farmelo attends the University of Buffalo. Barbara Dolan Burfield is married and lives in Elkland. Flavio Mione works in Tannery Office and lives in Elkland. Mariam Davis attends Mansfield State Teachers College. Phyllis Van Zile Finelli is married, has one child, and lives in Elkland. Mary Barbano Moody is married and lives in Elkland. Harriet Burfield works in the Kayser Glove Factory. Patricia Elliott Slocum is married and lives in Elkland. Alice Hall works in Kayser Glove Factory and lives in Elkland. Harold Jenkins attends Bently Business School in Boston. Pauline Heckart Heysham is married and lives in Nelson. Jacqueline Kemp Yoeman is married, has one child, and lives in Nelson. Dayton Kreisler works in Corning Glass Factory Officeand lives in Elkland Wanda King lives in Elkland. Patricia MacLean Martin works in Kayser Glove Factory and has one child. Joseph Kyofski attends college in Youngstown, Ohio. 1 Grace Simonetti Kemp is married, has two Children, and lives in Elkland. Rudolph Valentino works in Rochester, N. Y. I Antionette Ziglin works in the Kayser Glove Factory and lives in Elkland. Loretta Stanley Letts is married, has one child, and lives in Osceola. 1945 Roberta Weaver Valonte is married, lives in Elkland and has one child. Douglas Elliott works in a store in Osceola. Mary Lou Kyofski Kuhl lives in Troy, N. Y. Janet Waite Smith is married and lives in Elkland. Donna Huges Thomas is married and lives in Alaska. Richard Stebbins is married and works in the Elkland Journal Office. Wanda Doan Stebbins is married and lives in Osceola. Ralph Valonte is married, works for the Gas Office, and has one child. Paula Chilson Long is married and lives in Nelson. Robert Finch is married, lives in Nelson, and works on a farm. Helen Caffo works for Kenyon Bros. and lives in Elkland. Floyd White is married and works in Corning. Barbara Davis Finch is married and lives in Whitneyville. Ida Mattison Allen is married and lives in Knoxville. Arlene Whitney Sargent is married and lives in Mansfield. Helen Wells Spencer is married and lives in Osceola. Helen Beard Baker is married and lives in Knoxville. Helen Deates Wilcox is married and lives in Elmira. Wendell Ream is married, lives near Knoxville, and works on a farm. Marie Mull lives in Buffalo. 1 944 Zackra Finelli works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Louella Odle works in Wellsboro Hospital. Conrad Davenport is an instructor in television in Chicago. Benjamin Marzo is married and has one child. Eleanor Simmonetti works in Corning. Gladys Trickett Wilson is married and lives in Elkland. Thomas Jenkins works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. ' Joseph DeSera works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. 39 Wanita Kreisler works in the Kayser Glove Factory and lives in Elkland. Ellen Preston Covert is married and lives at Geneva. Ruth Thompson is a nurse. Doris Mattison Cevette is married and lives in Elkland. Robert Giantomasi works in Tannery and lives in Elkland. Frederick Forte works in the Tannery Store and lives in Elkland. John Pond is married, works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. .Tohn Freburg works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. .T eanette Cevette Heitzenriter is married, lives in Elkland, and has two children Louella Galusha works at the Corning Glass Works. Phyllis Dann lives in Elmira. Martha Button Pond is married, lives in Elkland and has one child. Alice Mae Smith Shay is married, lives in Canaseraga and has two children. Marilyn Mallory is Boro clerk and lives in Elkland. Ruth Sheen lives in Elkland. Bette McCracken lives in Elkland. 1943 June Spencer Serena is married, has two children, and lives in Elkland. Wilma Sweezey Wheeler is married and lives in Mansfield. Giulio Antonio is married and lives in Corning. Orlando Antonio is married and lives in Corning. Velma Antonio Menso is married, lives in Elkland and has one child. Caroline Blackwell Gale is married, lives in Rochester, has two children. Vaughan Bruce works in the Tannery, lives in Elkland, has two children . Stanley Bruce works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Ellsworth Burfield is married, works in the Tannery and has one child. Edward Button lives in California. Lenorda Carlson Wheaton lives at Savona, N. Y. Aldo Cerchie works in the Tannery and lives in Elkland. Ernest Codispoti attends school in Tennessee. Virginia Codispoti Barbano is, married and lives in Elkland. Frank Cosier is serving in the United States Army. Frank Dailey is married, manages a Five and Ten in Elmira. Anna Doleski Baker lives near Farmington and has one child. Mary Dorrance Moore is teaching school at Harrison Valley. Marjorie Egleston Hoyt lives in Osceola and has three children. Constance Elliott works in the bank and lives at home. Anna Gleason Husted lives at Academy Corners. Selena Heitzenriter Roe is married and lives in Corning. Effie Heysham Antonio is married and lives in Nelson. Viola Mangus Campbell is married and lives in Westfield. Ella Mae Horton Morton is married and lives in Erie. Eleanor Marzo works in Corning and lives in Elkland. . Victoria Milinski Kozey is married, lives in Corning and has one child. Joan McMinds Dorn is married and lives in Elkland. Maynard Mosher lives in Osceola. Elizabeth Newberry works in the Corning Glass Works. Phyllis Newman Wynkoop is married and lives in Osceola. Regina Newman Miller is married and lives near Knoxville.. Betty Norton Coleman is married, has one child, and lives in Elkland. Roy Spencer lives in Elmira. Paul Wynkoop runs a store in Osceola. 1 942 Norman Burfield is working in Elmira. Howard Close is working in Rochester. I Grover Kendall lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Howard Outman is married, has one child and lives in Elkland. John Kreisler lives at home and works in the Tannery. Frederick McCormick lives in Elkland and works for Pete Smith. Leo Milinski lives in Elkland and works in Corning. Wassen Newberry is married, lives in Osceola and works in the Tannery. Roy Rice lives in Elkland and works in Corning. Lucille West Wheeler has one child and lives in Elkland. 40 ivna... H-. ,L Paul Volante is teaching school in Addison, New York. Ward Wyatt lives in Elmira. Helen Beletto Fratarcangelo lives in Corning. Marian Button Hubbard is married, has two child and lives in Westfield. Frances Caffo is married and lives in Buffalo. Edith De Sera works in Corning. Loretta Dorn lives in Elmira. Jean Giantomasi Croft is .married and lives in Elkland. Caroline Heitzenriter Orchowski is married, has two children and lives in Elkland Genevieve Kovack lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Russell Hamling lives in Nelson. June Misner Hoteling is married and lives in Elkland. Anna Osterhoudt lives in Westfield. Martha Redfield stays at home. Marilyn Sayre Swimlar is married and lives in Elmira. Elwanda Sereno lives in Elkland. ' Mary Simonnetti Periatano is married and lives in Buffalo. Annabella Skinner Van Schaick is married, has one child and lives in Elkland. Margaret Smith Griffin is married, has one child and lives in Elkland. Elaine Hechart Heysham lives in Nelson. 1941 Joseph Backes is married and lives in Endicott, New York. Jessie Heysham Gee is married and lives in Nelson. Helen Hartley Weber is married and lives in Albany. John Dorrance works in the Tannery Store and lives in Elkland. Julia Bostner lives in Hampton, Pennsylvania. i Elio Cerchie is married, has one child and attends University of Missouri. Louis Barbano is married and works in the Tannery, lives in Elkland. Florence Kenyon Tucker is married and lives in New Jersey. Stuart Ream works on a farm and lives near Knoxville. Jacqueline Gleason Mallory is married and lives in Osceola. Marilynn Irons Miles lives in Elmira. Doris Finch Lambkin is married and lives at Silver Lake. David Hoyt lives in Osceola. Edith Kovack lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Florence Burr Root lives in Addison. Edwin Van Schaick is married and lives in Elkland. Harold Smith is married, lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Arthur Blakely is married and lives in Corning. Doris Kreisler Van Storch is married and lives in New Jersey. Wanita Hallock lives in Elkland. A I Stella Piecuch is in training at Arnot-Ogden in Elmira, N. Y. i i Jean Hanower Heidel has two children and lives in Long Beach, California. Marian Van Dusen McBurnie is married and lives in Maine. Edward Richion lives in Endicott. J Wayne Mallory is married and is running a garage with his father. Nick Valentio is married and lives in Rochester. Mary Jane Ernest Smither lives in Elkland. Ruth Johnson Edwards is married, has one child and works in a store. Harry Sweezy is married, works in the Tannery and lives in.Osceo-la. Keith Newberry is married, works in the Tannery and lives in Addison. Kenneth Coleman is married and works in the Tannery. Clark Runyan is married and works for Farmelo Wholesale. 1940 Harriet Norton Fisk is married, lives in Elkland and has one child. Anthony ,Doleski lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Roger Giantomasi lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Paul Lyons attends Clarkeson University. Ernest De Sera is married and has a Beauty Salon in Elkland. Howard Heitzenriter is married and works in the Tannery. Wayne Burfield has a farm in pleasant Valley. Arlene Sereno is a secretary in Elmira. Francis Egleston Hoyt lives in Elkland. 41, Evelyn Steadman Ferry is married and lives in Osceola. Freda Dorn Himes is married and lives in Osceola. Walter Warmus is married and lives in Maryland. John Doleski is married, lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Joseph Kreisler works in the Post Office and lives at home. Crescence Wallis Boinski is married and lives in Blossburg. Clarence Allen lives in Horseheads. Andy Codispoti is a physical ed teacher at Waverly, N. Y. Helen Works Whitterow is married, has one child and lives in Erie, Pa. Henry Colegrove works in Corning and lives in Nelson. Marion Chilson is married and lives in Mansfield. Jeanette Gee lives in Rochester. Donald Wheeler lives in Nelson. k Hugh Tubbs is married and works in the Tannery. Odell Gleason Baker lives in Farmington. Douglas Ludlam is a plumber in Ithaca. Frank Duretta works in the Tannery. Willard Spencer is married and lives in Osceola. Claribel Skinner Smith is married, has two children, and lives in Elmira Elsie Carpenter Elliott lives in Elkland and has two children. Phyllis Croft Baker is married, has twin boys and lives in Osceola. 1939 Richard Hurlburt lives in Elmira. Elaine Redfield Perham lives in Elkland. Harold Rowe lives in Buffalo, N. Y. Arlene Outman Seamans lives in Knoxville and has two children. Elayne Gleason Matis operates a Be.auty Salon in Osceola. Dellivan Blackwell is married and teaches in Buffalo, N. Y. Martha Knapp Norton lives in Ithaca, N. Y. and has one child. Ida Campo Fantaskey lives in Williamsport. Jeanette Norton Rexford lives in Endicott, N. Y. Yolande Cevette Giantomasi is a nurse in Syracuse, N. Y. Evelyn Hall Hornsby lives in West Virginia. Beatrice Elliott lives in Nelson. Kathryn Wakely West lives in Nelson and has two children. Isabelle Chilson Barr lives in Elmira. Alberta Miles teaches at Atlantic City, N. J. Luella Palmer lives in Middlebury, Pa. Charles Fisk is married and works in the Tannery. Norma Upham Rece lives in Osceola. Mary Sibyl Preston lives in Olean, N. Y. Marguerite Colegrove Kline lives in Nelson. Mary Cosier Dewitt lives in Elmira. Georgianna Newberry Bliss lives in Tioga.. Gerald Pease is married, has two children and lives in Lawrenceville. Douglas Snyder lives in Elkland, has a child and Works in the Tannery. Doris Van Zile Russell lives in Elkland. 1938 Arthur McConnell lives in Texas. Kathryn Lyon Reynolds lives in Westfield. Lyle Baker is married and is a veterinarian. Lorraine Sereno Stoddard lives in Elkland. J oette Dailey Milinski operates a beauty shop in Elkland. Jane Pattison is a stewardess and lives in Boston. Robert Smith lives in Elmira. Rose Barrocco works and lives in Boston. Teressa Cevette lives in Corning. Eleanor Horton Riley lives in Elmira and has a child. Lauretta Backes Thurston lives in Elkland and works in a store. Kenneth Thurston lives in Elkland and works in Tannery. Alice Bailey Miller lives in Knoxville and has a child. Frederick Cook is married and lives in Addison. Louise Caffo Doleski lives in Elkland and works in a store. 42 Ethelwyn Croft Ellis has a beauty salon at Westfield, Pa. Phyllis Lockwood Smith lives at Farmington. Mary Finelli Miller lives at Wellsboro. Louis Caffo lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Bertha Dunn Hallinan lives in Borden, N. Y. Graham Kohler is married and lives in Nelson. Florence Tunns Cosier lives in Elkland. Robert Dorn is married and works in the Tannery. Elsie Tubbs Mull lives in Osceola. ' Harry De Sera works in Lumazza's Market and lives in Elkland. Helen Piecuch Dreamer lives inCorning. John Spencer lives in Washington, D. C. Julia Close Norwood is married and lives in Corning, Wallace Wither lives in Williamsport. . Velma Van Schaick Colegrove has four children and lives in Lawrenceville John Antonio is married and runs a radio repair shop in Nelson. Ruth Cass Jackson lives in Elkland. Eleanor Martin Husted lives in Niagara Falls. Beatrice Hurd Kohler lives in Nelson. Theresa O'Bryan Foreman lives in Maryland. Dorothy Slade Gee lives in Elkland and has one child. Philip Davis is married and lives in Lawrenceville. James Wykoff lives in Elmira. 1937 Doris Lyon Thomas lives in Westfield. Bessie Horn Doran lives in Williamsport. William Newton lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Cecelia Piecuch Souza lives in Hollywood, California. Josephine Oswenski lives in Elmira and works in Alperts. Malcolm Stull is married, lives in Elkland and Works in the Tannery. Gertrude Finch Shaw lives in Mansfield. Irene Wynkoop Pattison lives in Corning and has two children. Marjorie Gross Samiing lives in Elmira. Barbara Snyder Slocum. lives in Elkland and Works in Sheen's. Margarette Searl lives in Elmira. Lyle Kreisler is married, has one child and works in the Tannery. Paul Lockwood is married and lives in Nelson. Jane Lindsay lives in Pine City, N. Y. Y Louis Ludlam lives in Osceola and works for Borden Company. Fred Morgan is married and lives in Elkland. William Preston is a printer in Olean, N. Y. Harold Stevens lives in Osceola. Gordon West lives in Nelson. 1 Bruce Gleason is owner of Western Auto Store in Westfield. Charles Pattison is married, has two children and lives' in Corning. Philip Egleston lives in Tompkins. - Burdette Baker was killed in action. John Campbell lives at Buffalo, N. Y. Freda Dibble is a nurse in Corning. Doris Phelps lives in Corning. Norma Giordano Hazlett operates a beauty shop in Elkland. Kenneth Bailey lives in Nelson. John Cain lives in Elmira. Floyd Close lives in Nelson. 1936 Helen Van Dusen Hall lives in Lock Haven, Pa. Velma O'Dell Hyde lives in Corning, N. Y. Marian Finch is a minister in Whitneyville. Y Ruth Wynkoop is married and lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Marion Wheeler Woodward lives in Elkland. Jack Behrman is married and lives in Buffalo. . Jennie Milinski Geiser lives in Elkland and works in a store. Ethel Martin lives at home. 43 Mary Prindle Ogas lives in Elkland. Vera Bartlett Davenport lives in Elkland. Janet Avery Caffo lives in Elkland. Ida Vincent Johnson lives at home . Christine Colegrove Wakely lives in Nelson. Orma Mourhess Eicher lives in Corning. Marjorie Blackwell Lewis lives in Addison. Dorothy Burr Calvin lives in Woodhull. Gertrude Croft Shepherd works in Corning, N. Y. James Rice lives in Bath, N. Y. , is married and has three children Norma Van Zile Seeley lives in Knoxville. Ruth Childs Thomas lives in Elkland. Janet Wallis Wheeler lives at home. Myrtle Carr Manning lives in Osceola and has one child. Ralph Mattison lives in Osceola. Blanche Van Dusen Matteson lives in Osceola. Charles Snyder lives in Osceola. Emery Cass lives in Elkla.nd and works in the Tannery. Eleanor Carpenter Spencer lives in Osceola. Morgan Colegrove lives in Elmira and is married. Annabelle Stuart is married and lives in Mansfield. Ruth Button Hazelett lives in Osceola and has three children. Llewelyn Wakely lives in Osceola. Roger King lives in Nelson. 1935 Mary Jane Bailey Horton is married, has two children and live in Elkland Francis Piecuch Kohute is married and lives in Elkland. Julia Cornelia is married and lives in St. Louis, Mo. Magdaline Finelli La Manna has a child and lives in Bradford. Paul Van Zile works' in gas station and lives at home. ' John Hammond lives in Maryland. Helen Snyder Sheen lives in Elkland. Josephine Nelson Hurd lives in Lodi. Robert McDonald lives in Elmira. Alice Backes Sereno lives in Buffalo. I Evelyn Van Gorden lives in Rochester. g Ronald Forman lives in Washington and has one child. Sylvia Gardner Williams lives in Elkland and has two children James Campbell lives in Elkland and works in Osceola. William Cosier lives in Elkland and works in the Tannery. Elizabeth Davis Lockwood lives in Nelson. Uleta Learn Eaton lives in Wyalusing. James Swan -lives in Bath. , Ann Ellicott Shultz. lives in Elkland. Glen Weeks lives in Ohio. Jeanette Pattison Mannion lives in Johnstown, Pa. Bernice O'Reil1ey Ferry lives in Addison, N. Y. Carmen Cevette Tini is married and lives in Endicott, N. Y. Gladys Carson is married and lives in Canton, Ohio. Helen Cashdollar Parker lives near Utica. Roma Jean Ingersoll Morgan teaches in Elkland. John Croft is married and lives in Osceola. Winifred Carr Lewis lives in Osceola. Kenneth Van Dusen is married and lives in Osceola. Wendall Baker is married and lives in Osceola. Francis Hall lives in Lock Haven. Wilma Owlett Davis lives in Lawrenceville. Jean Little Bailey lives in Williamsport and has a child. John McCaslin lives in Illinois and is a veterinarian. Robert McCaslin works in the F. B. I. in Washington, D. C. Betty Elliott Campbell lives in Elkland and has two children. Kenneth Weeks is married and lives in Mansfield. 44 T QS A 4. ' MSW- W W WMF X K M g WX' Q Q., We Q 4 ev' Q 4 O LE' .L el ENN Y VA IA ELKLANB Elkland Leather Co. , Inc. Elkland Electric Company Pattison National Bank Elkland Trading Co. , Inc. Frank's Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Gleason and Baker Kenyon Brothers L. H. Farmelo Wholesale Dealer Moren's Dress Shop North Perm Gas Co. Parkhurst Insurance Agency Avery's Restaurant Bailey's Jewelry Ben Franklin Store Burton's Meat Sz Groceries Donley's Pharmacy Elkland Lumber and Supply Co. , Inc. Lyric Theater Hotel Signor Schultz Motor Company Western Auto Store Henning's Hardware .Tohn L. Sheen and Sons .Tulius Kayser Sz Company A. L. Redfield Adelbert Smith Carpenter and Prindle Charles Surina Appliances Davenport's Garage DeSera's Beauty Salon Dr. D. G. Grover Elkland Journal Elkland Dry Cleaner Farmelo's Meat and Groceries Fritz?s Bakery John Griffin J. T. Surina Monroe's Service Station Moore's Market Moren's Kiddy Shop P. A. Farmelo Wholesale Dealer Penn Elk Hotel Van's Sales and Service Watson and Stedge Warren's Pharmacy Dr. Eleanor Larson Nick Cantafio H. W. Brass AEA MY GGRNE S 1-vIllv1'r-v"'w eewz. Hasan: KNBXVILLE R. A. Bates and Son Buffard's Greenhouse Schoonover's Dairy A. W. Lugg Co. Price's Eat Shop W. H. Edgecomb 8: Sons Kelts Barber Shop LAWR EHGEYI LB Gordon Keefer Kuhl Funeral Home M. Mannino Sz Sons Indian Trails System R. E. Baker Sz Son Lawrenceville Diner Ford Sales Sz Services Earl Shellman' Learn's Service Station State Line Service Station NEI. BN .Tohn Antonio Radio Sz Television Repairs J'. O. Simms 858 EULA W. C. Croft gl Sons Dutch's Store Stafford Service Station Fred Sereno Red and White Store Wynkoop's General Store Boom's Filling Station 47 T A Hughes Dairy Bar Tioga Valley Restaurant ELLSBGRO Evan's Auto Co., Inc. Wellsboro Nash Inc. George H. Young WESTFIELD Eber le Tannery Emmon's Cleaner KL Dyers Valley Cleaner Rugaber's Furniture Sto Mr. Sz Mrs. D. H. Rum re sey NEW YBRK ABDISBN Dykin's Studio Sisto Lumber Company Your Coffee Shop J. C. Barkalow Applian Ricker Market Doddato's Soda Bar Market Basket GBRIHNE Corning Glass Works A. W. Keeley .T . C. Penny Company Bong's Jewelry Store J. and M. Jewelers Alperts Jewelry Store ce Store 'I J mass tr. Y MTBE YG Dann's Dairy Ingersoll Rand Company ROCKS TER Rochester Business Institute CONTRIBUTIONS ARE APPRECIATED We seniors are all so grateful For the yearbook we have made, But would our book have been so full If our Advertisers had not paid? Although we had a small amount, Which was left to us as juniors, We had to greatly enlarge this account, To help the future seniors. Each amount contributed helped our cause Whether the ads be big or small, And we wish to take this time to pause To gladly thank you, one and all. Gertrude Merritt REFLECTION AFTER A GAME It's not the fight in one person that counts, It's not what you do by yourself, It's the way you work in a team that counts, It's "we" not just "myself. " Out in the world or in basketball, This truth you've often been shown, The way you work with a team counts more, Than what you could accomplish alone. Kay Allen 49 'S' -1 1' ODDS AND ENDS What Next? Jump Ball The Chaperones 4 ?iY2e,'5faw,-e:zs'ef?:55r1f,1Q:-sfsimw:w,:t-,ga.neva-,we-wb f ' 4 W if ,L--iff MQ: M,-. 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