Elkland High School - Loudspeaker Yearbook (Elkland, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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'Q-afar 1 .-.: -F 1 .um -- 1 7 1 DEDICATIO fpmv-Q Burr Hall Mrldred Campbell We the Semors of 1957 take great pleasure rn dedrcatmg the thrrty ftrst 6dlt10l'1 of the Loudspeaker to Mtldred Campbell and Burr Hall both retrred teachers of the Elkland Jolnt System We salute them for thelr patrence kmdheartedness and under standmg Throughout the years we shall remember them both as teachers and frlends 3 4 My slncere congratulatrons to each member of the Class of 1957 upon completlng a success ful Journey ln Elkland Hrgh School We trust that your Joumey here wrll lead you to many more successful Joumeys ln your hfe ahead Make the most of your opportunmes and as Lm coln once sard Prepare yourself and when the opportunity arlses you wlll be ready to accept the posltron offered you 0 R PRI CIPAL In the future when you look through thrs book you will be remrnded of many thmgs that happened durmg your school days I hope these memones wlll be pleasant ones I want to congratulate the class as a whole for lts contrrbutlon to the general welfare of the school Also I wlsh to congratulate you 1nd1v1d rally for your outstandmg achrevements Best wrshes to a flne class f5,,4f-'vfLJM:.!Z MARTHA BAROCCO Home Economics M. S. T. C. x , .. gf ff v .A LA VERNE DOUGHERTY DOROTHY GLEASON Voc. Agriculture NELSON Penn State First and Second FAC LTY ROBERT MARKHAM ALBERT MARTIN Art Geography Yearbook M.S.T.C. Buffalo S. T. C. Albright Art School HELEN SWAN LEONE SWAN Elkland Second Elkland Fourth M.S.T.C. M.S.T.C. H Y .H SEQ .- ORLANDO BAROCCO Science M. S. T.C. Duke University ww, xref V 157 R MARGARET GLENWRIGHT Music M. S. T . C . 1 '14 23:4-Z' A 5355 ' ' Af W ,W Q 6 , 2 ffl ,, if Q.. . ' ' s 'E' .3 . ff. in X 1 + B .-ssiila. gg , if- 'fi-1 if f :af .5 " Q' L iiii .A C WILBUR MEYERS Health, Physical Ed. Coach Penn State Slippery Rock S. T. C. -Q NETTIE STEDGE Elkland Fourth M. S. T. C. 6 LEIGH BOWER Social Studies M. S. T. C . IRENE CAFFO Elkland Third M. S. T. C. i CLARENCE M. HECK English Dramatic Coach Cheerleading Advisor Yearbook Lock Haven S. T. C. ik A, DUANE MITCHELL Commercial Susquehanna University L 4. 5 - if 1' 1 S' 1,8741 I 6 ,F ,- 115' - ' ' .3 - fx . y if .. 9 Lf 1 r. 'A . N, M- tif f ROSE SURINA Social Studies M . S. T. C. ROBERT HEVERLY Mathematics Lock Haven S. T.C. ROMA JEAN MORGAN Elkland Fifth M. S. T. C. 1 5 ,Q J I STANLEY WEAVER Nelson, Fifth and Sixth M. S. T. C . MARTHA CARDMAN Elkland Kindergarten M. S. T. C. ss SARAH CARDMAN Elkland Fifth M . S. T. C . KATHRYN INGERSOLL Nelson Third and Fourth M. S. T . C. MARGARET JONES, R.N. School Ntuse Elkland, Nelson, Osceola Robert Packer Hospital HILDRED MURRAY ICBEPH PAPANIA Osceola Third and Fourth English M.s.T.c. hc' 'Q' .Is K z n WILLIAM WHALEN industrial Arts Driver Training Penn State Bloomsburg S. T.C. IRMA WHITEHILL Elkland First M. S. T.C. Buffalo S. T.C. U. of Buffalo NATALIE CHILSON Latin M. S. T. C. HILDA B. CLEVELAND Elkland Third M. S. T. C. RUTH DAVID Librarian Maryetta College Pittsburgh Clairion S.T.C. QJRANCES C. KENYON MARY KYOFSK1 BETTY LOC KWOOD Elkland Second Mathematics Elkland Second Lock Haven M.S.T.C., Bllflkneu M.S.T.C. Meeker's Business School Penn State, Marywood VIOLET PARISH Special Education Lock Haven CLARK H. WOOD Supervising Principal M. S. T.C. , Bucknell U. of Columbia 7 FA ULTY ERNEST PRESHER Osceola Fifth and Sixth Ithaca College M. S. T. C. .adv for Y-X N 'fit PEARL WOOD Elkland Sixth Oneonta S. T. C. M. S. T.C. I , .. , ,Ut '-if as HA- f u.. , k , - V i C 'E 'Z 1 1 ' ' 9 '- , I '41 , WALDO SEAMANS Music M. S. T. C. Ithaca College Rrchard Vargeson Assrstaut Edrtor Nancy McD1v1tt Busrness Manager Calendar Mane Whrtsell Trtle Page Advertrsmg Manager Prophecy Typlst Pastmg and Layout George Davenport Cover Joyce Pattlson Photographer Pastmg and Layout Charlene Carr Typlst Plannmg Pastmg and Layout Helena Hendrlckson Pastmg and Layout Joan O Bryan Personahty Typlst Pastmg and Layout Robert Markham Faculty Advlsor Kay Powers Pastmg and Layout Carmella Deacon Edrtor rn chref Prophecy Molly Krlesler Pastmg and Layout Reporter Dawn Watkrns Pastmg and Layout Reporter Dav1d Darby Semor Assrstant Patrrcra Woodward junlor Asslstant Kay Tallarrda Sophomore Assistant Carolme Zdanowskl Freshman Assrstant Marla Warburton Personality 8 mi GRAD ATE me iff 1, ri 5543... ,,-7 u ,flfli E25 Q Y -v . .. 4: ,L , Q , Q ' '?2f'?'k'J f 3 JI" . df , CLASS MOTTO. NOT WHAT WE TO DO, BUT WHAT WE HAVE DONE. . .0-Nui 4 7 -.l' lb, wr- Mv.vY,.,V .. . Y 1 u-1:40, SILVIA DAWN WATKINS ..... SISSY ..... Band 1, 23 1 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 President 3, 43 Triple Trio 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Librarian ' 4, 33 Dist. Orch. 2, 33 Dist. Band 33 County Chorus 23 ' County Orch. 33 jr. Prom Comm .3 County Band 23 Year- book Staff 4. Dawn has been our President for the last two years. She is always active in all class functions You couldn't ask for a nicer classmate GEORGE DUANE DAVENPORT WEINER Basketball 1 2 3 4 Trackl 2 Soccer 3 4 Gen Mana get Magazine Drive 4 Yearbook Staff 4 jr Prom Comm 3 Co Captain Soccer 4 Co Captain Basketball 3 4 V1ce President 2 3 4 George one of our stars of the sports world has also 5 been our Vice President for the last three years George s main interest is a good looking blonde from Nelson 3.1 43311 DOROTHA KAY RICE DOT Secretary l 4 Band l jr Prom Comm 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Librar 1an 4 Dot is the hardworking secretary of our class Her long hair is the envy of every girl Sorry boys' Dot is taken 3E0R LEWIS CLARK SMITH DEAD MAN Basket ball 1 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Candy Mgr 4 President 2 Vice President l Treasurer 3 4 Tall and smart that s our Lew Where would Heverly s trig class be without him? With all those brains he - can t help but have a bright future may if JAMES JOSEPH AHEARN SMOKEY Basket ball l 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Soccer l 2 3 4 Track l 2 jr Prom Comm 3 jim one of our navy bound athletes has been a great asset to our Varsity Basketball Team Clear sailing Smokey! BEATRICE LAVINIA BLANCHARD DOLLY if gawk jr Prom Comm 3 FHA 4 Librarian 4 Beatrice is our cheerful senior from Osceola You can usually find her with her pal Barb Dolly always has a W pleasant smile for everyone n 0 u u p a n 4 . a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 - ff - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 v gf Qi: E? 1 1 A . . , . . . . 11 . ,. 473' ffff?tY M L' 1 V 753 .53 " ' " ' K, I 'V x I Vfigggfw. jeg. swf-1, -1-ff 3 ' - . .V yn' V ' ' . 1133.1 4 ..... ..... 1 1, 5 34 - - ' ' - 5 1 - - 1 1 ' . - 5 .4 .4 Vu, 1.,,,L,,A,3gg--g5:fi-Qigigzfgrw wwf, -- ,mjigj ff-W1,Qw.,, J V - 1, ,QQgaL.f,:Q19ff'4s?:5SEf,"t' " ' V-:mis 15.,.Q:.q552fffJf5IfL13"'-I- 1 f-321,55 1 . . skew his , ' " ' 'fff'72s1s.3e,'M"53sx V-fifhrgrzzxt V - , , .1 ,.,. -W ..... ..... ' 7 7 7 1 Y 7 7 Y 7 7 ' ' ' 1 1 ' is ' 1 1 ' Q' 1 . 4 1 ' H . E511 ing f . 4, Wg, ., fr V mmwiiwiilsiszflimni2isis-:Wi -1 ' ' li ' if-1' , 5 3 1: 4-5113 fkffszg ff1ifii1i52if?"'s: . 1 f are W - if:w.sm:ms,1,4:f'f ' .1 f',z1,s1si:f,'g.::'fQff ' , ' 3 'A Lifisiiiisfieifv Lltflftrif' Iwi f f 7 if iZ322igTfi?iLlZ5iT'ii5 Si' S2 Q firifffirt is ., ,.,, ,,.,.Q,,i.. .C vryf, .1-fi...,, J 0 n l o 0 4 u o Q - 7 7 7 Y 7 Y 7 1 I 7 7 Y , , . . . 1 ' 1 0 7 , 3 . 1.3, 1 ..... ..... ' .,f 1 W, - - . 3 , . NANCY LEE BOWER ..... NANCY LEE ..... Chorus 1, 2, 4: Operetta 1,21 County Chorus 2: County Orch. 1, 3: Dist. Orch. 1,33 Orch. l,2,3,4. Nancy, who is headed for a teaching career, presents a very neat appearance. She is noted for her unique color combinations . BARRY ROBERT BROWN ..... BARRY ..... Band 11 Chorus 4: Track 1,23 Boys' Quartet 43 jr. Prom Comm. Our class has really come alive with Barry's mischie- vous antics and carefree spirit. We're sure the world will find him a great asset. CAROL JUNE BURROWS CAROL FHA 4 Operetta 2 President 2 Carol is one of our quiet studious seniors who rejoined us this year Welcome back Carol CHARLENE ANNE CARR CHARRY HA 1 2 3 4 FHA Sec 3 Capt Mag Drive 4 Yearbook Staff4 Operetta 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Orch 4 jr Prom Comm 3 Charlene is a lively conversationalist Her main in terests are popular music jazz and lower classmen' EOR PATRICIA WILLLAMS CASBEER PATTY ANN FHA 1 2 3 4 FHA Treas 3 FHA Pres 4 Oper etta 2 Chorus l 2 4 Pat is a calm quiet gal She is active in all FHA af fairs and is making excellent use of her training Right? THEODORE HERBERT COLEGROVE TEDDY BEAR Basketball l 2 3 Track 1 2 Soccer 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 FFA l 2 FFA Historian 2 Teddy Bear is always there willing to sell candy He is a faithful helper to our senior candy business ll ..... ..... , 1 1 1 . 1 . 11 11 F r 11 1 - 1 - - 1 1 1 v v 11 x v1 - 1 . . . 1 1 - 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 . I ' 1 11. I 1 1 ' 11 11 , N , . ..... 11 1 1 1 v'1I 1 1-1 1 1 . 11 111 1 4 - '?"'v JANICE ELAINE CRANS AN jan is a quiet little miss Her sunny disposition and friendly grin have won her many friends DALE HAROLD CRAWFORD CRAWFIX Basketball Soccer3 Soccer Co Mgr 4 jr Prom Comm Chorus I Tumbling l 2 Dale is one of our more quiet seniors who hails from Osceola His interest lies in the senior class We all qi' know what he has planned for the future DAVID JOHN DARBY DARB Basketball I 2 3 Baseball 2 3 4 jr Prom Comm 3 Soccer l 2 3 4 Sports Reporter 4 Treasurer 2 Track l 2 Co Capt Soccer 4 David our soccer captain and pop manager can usu ally be found around West Main Street When it comes to sports or mechanics David is the best CARMELLA MARIE DEACON MELL Band I 2 3 4 Chorus l 2 3 4 Orch 2 3 4 Operetta l 2 Dist Chorus 2 Triple Trio 2 3 4 County Band l Yearbook Editor 4 Mcll is thc spark plug of our class School would bc plcnty dull without her playful pranks' E011 CAROL ANN EDWARDS ..... CAROL ..... Band 1 . 41 FHA Historian 4' Chorus l 2 4' Librarian 2' jr. Prom Comm. 3. -IACROLIN FERRX ..... "PIERRE" ..... Boys Quartet 4' jr. Prom Comm. 3. jack is a hard worker xx ho manages to hold a tanncry job along with his studies. How do you figure out those Trig problems'?'? I2 '3 155' rig' A 1, . R X 5 1 ff ,L if. y -rr 'N 'dx ff' 1 Aulff X EVELYN FLYNN ..... PIXIE ..... Band l, 2, 33 Operetta. Evelyn is noted for her sunny smile. You generally see her zooming about in a black Ford convertible. Who is he, Pixie? MARY LOUISE FOSTER ..... "MAR" ..... FHA l,2,3, 4: Operetta 23 Chorus l, 2, 4: FFHA Vice Pres. 4: jr. Prom Comm. 33 FHA Song Leader 33 Librarian 2, 3. When you hear that cute giggle, you know our Mary is somewhere around. She can usually be found with Charry sighing over the underclassmen! JANE ELIZABETH FREEBURG IANIE Bandl23 Chorusl234 FHAl23 FFHARe porter 3 Operetta 2 3 jane is an easy going senior lf she has a redheaded temper it never shows EDWINA RUTH FREELAND EDWINA FHA 2 3 4 Librarian 3 Treasurer 1 Edwina is quite serious minded but always ready for fun Her radiant smile is especially Complimentary EOR BARBARA ANN HAZLETT BARB Chorus 4 FHA l 2 3 4 FHA Reporter 4 jr Prom Comm 3 depend on to help you in a clineh She s proof that Good things eome in small packages HELENA MAY HLNDRICKSON RED Band l 2 'S 4 Cheerleader 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 jr lrom Comm 3 Operetta 2 Librarian 2 4 Although Red has been with us only one year she has gained many new friends with her likeable manner 13 -1 1 5, x, P -V ll It 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I ' ' 2 1 . A. y . .4--. ia, ,if S n '1T"' V ..... , A 1 1 ' -1 . ff . 1 , o ' I ' 14 ,,t,g- J 'J 3 . .I. ,U Barb's short but mighty. Here's one gal you can also . -iii 1 ' ' K s'- f V Z4 " ' , ' . , ,, . " t Q 1 'A ' A, .nv , . , , . , ., .. ,gg . 1 1 1- 1 1 ' ' " ' -Q 1 111 1 ' Q . I . - 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ', . 1 ', H1- , y " 1 " A- .1 ' A- 1 'vs I 1 H, a I ,- ,,.1 'c' ,.. ':,,"1.1 - '. 1 1 . ' 2-, ' If j MENDEL DANIEL HILL ..... "MENDEL" ..... Band 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2,3, 43 Orch. 3, 45 Dist. Chorus 2, 3, 43 County Chorus 23 County Orch. 33 Boys' Quartet 2, 3, 4. Mendel is occasionally quite witty but also absent- minded. Where do all those books disappear to, Men- del? NANCY LOU KING ..... NANCY ..... jr. Prom. Comm 33 Librarian 4. Nancy never has much to say, but when there's work to be done, she can always be depended upon. ERNESTINE ROBERTA MALONE ..... ERNIE ..... FHA 2 3' Chorus 2 4' Operetta 2' Dist. Chorus 4. Ernie who gives us the impression of always being sleepy is a real swell g1rl But don t let this impres sion fool you for much fun is hidden beneath this quiet appearance ""'N GAYLE WA NITA KRIESLER MOLLY Secretary 3 jr Prom Comm 3 Chorus 2 Yearbook Reporter 4 Elkland Calling 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Whoz Hoo and Whatz Wot 3 4 Operetta 2 Tumbling Team l Molly is a friendly girl always ready with a laugh and a story She is nev er absent from our social activities fha SS' X.. EOR WILLIAM MANLEY BILL Band l 2 3 4 Co Band l FFA l 2 3 4 FFA Basketball 2 3 4 FFA Pres 3 Pres l Sec 2 Co FFA Treasurer 2 Bill IS one of the quiet boys in our class He has been especially active in FFA through High School NANCY LOUISE MCDIVITT MICK Band l 2 3 4 Orch 1234 Chorusl234 Dist Band3 4 State Orch l Eastem Nat Orch 2 State Band 3 Treas urer l Trlple Trio 2 3 4 Dance Band l 2 Co Band l Co Chorus 2 Co Orch 3 Operetta l 2 Yearbook Bus mess Manager 4 jr Prom Comm 3 Two words which describe Nancy are dependable and intelligent She is an excellent student as well as an outstanding musician If her life work is done as well as her school work she is certain to be a success I4 IU' 1-My MARY ELLEN MAJOR MARY ELLEN Band 2 3 Orch 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Op eretta 2 Triple Trio 2 3 4 District Orch 2 3 Co Chorus 2 Co Orch 3 Mary Ellen s main interest be sides a classmate IS her cats Perhaps this accounts for her kittenish manner gf f-rl? -I' f""' -nl LARRY GENE MCLEAN ..... "MAC" ..... Larry is one of the most quiet boys our class has. If you need help in your math, Larry is the one to see. JOAN IRENE O'BRYAN ..... "jOANIE" ..... Band 1,2, 3, 43 Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Dist. Chorus 2, 33 Dist. Band l,3,4g Co. Band lg Co. Chorus 2: Co. Orch. 35 Triple Trio 2,3, 43 Operetta 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 23 Yearbook Staff 43 jr. Prom Comm. 3. This tall, attractive girl is well liked by everyone. Five minutes until nine o'clock. . .Still no joan. . .Give her time, she'll be here at zero-hour! JOYCE ELEANOR PATTISON Cheer leader l 2 3 4 jr Prom Business Manager 3 Chorus 1 4 Campus Column 1 2 Co Chorus l Operetta 1 Year book Staff Photographer 2 3 4 Joyce is one of our top students who is a pleasant mix ture of fun and seriousness We wonder what there is at Sodus Point that holds so much interest for her ELIZABETH JUNE PERIGO TISH Chorus 12 3 4 Band2 3 4 FHA l 2 3 Operetta2 Liz our recently converted blond has a pleasing per sonality She and jane are inseparable KAY ELAINE POWERS KATY Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Cheerleading 2 3 4 Operetta 2 3 Co Chorusl jr Prom Comm 3 Kay is our cute little blond cheerleader Always full of pep and vitality The impish smile and roguish eyes make her welcome everywhere SONDRA JANETTE QUAGLIANA SONIE FHA 2 3 4 Librarian 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Looking for someone with a good sense of humor? Son dra is the one you want Most of her time is Spent writing letters and hotrodding in her little ol truck 15 11 11 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 Q 12 - 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 11 11 ..... ..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 . 1 - . 1 , . 1 11 11 -.... ..... 1 11 1 11 - 1- 11 11 - 1 - 1 F. rf 15 1 if? xiii nas 4' aw! .4 'C' f Nui JOHN ROBERT RATHBUN JOHNNY A 1 2 Ag Basketball 2 Yearbook Staff4 John IS noted for hrs ablllty to sell candy whlch has helped out a lot Hrs favorlte pastlme seems to be fhrtmg wlth the senlor glrls RALPH DAVID SHELANSKY FATS Band l Baskl tball Manager 3 4 Baseball Manager 3 4 Soccer Manaver 3 4 Because of hrs shyness and qulet ways we sometlmes forget he is around We all thlnk he s made a capable manager of the basketball and baseball teams RICHARD SMITH DICK FFA Chaplam 3 4 FFA Basketball 3 4 A llttle shy especxally wrth the glrls That s Dxck But wlth the boys he IS the lrfe of the party D1ck IS a great guy and a star farmer We wrsh hun lots of success Sn-1 'pi'- :OL O? MARY KATHERYN SLUYTER MARY J Mary IS a very frlendly and hard workmg grrl She has ! been HCIIVC rn the FHA durmg hrgh school EOR JOAN MARIE SPENCER . MARIE Orch 1 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Operetta l, Band l, Co. Orch 1,3 Joan IS one of our serrous mmded semors who halls from Osceola Lately her mmd seems to wander up to Knoxvrlle WILLIAM BURR VAN DUSEN "PUNK" Ag l, 2, 3, FFA Basketball 3, FFA Reporter l, FFA Sentlnel 2 Brll IS known as our school's Elv1s Presley He's a hard workmg semor who also manages to hold down a Job at Schultz's m the aftemoons . 16 'Ea- ,f ,Q aggifzfsg ,X i .1 ff. xr We ,- RICHARD DUANE VARGESON ..... "LITTLE RICH- ARD" ..... Chorus 4: Assistant Editor Yearbook 4: Bas ketball Manager 4: Band lg Candy Manager 4: jr. Prom Comm 3 Dick is just a little guy in height but not in spirit By the way what s up Westfield and Knoxville way? 2 S FARE ELL Dear Mr Wood It was wrth great sorrow that we the Senror Class saw you resrgn You had been our chrldhood frrend our junror Hrgh drscrplrnarlan and our Senlor 8 shall long remember you ' urde Your srneere lnterest rn all our actrvrtxes has warmed our hearts We wrsh you the best of luck rn your new Job as County Assrstant Super rntendent Mahi Le, Ca WVU 74240, ff! gjfgl, QAGADL UM Syaffffgegafff ff 77 .,ff!2 ffl gafwuziikffxzml M WM 777GUffwf,z,ae am, fyjlbm ham? Q gigs W 7? Www eff? ,a5'i'5Z2fL ef ,Jana My wlolfga ,771 W iiilyilm W Smcerely J4 Wffdfv fgM,o,WS,JLMfUr' Cfzupiei Ujffjldz lim!-MM, 654, MMA atb My 77Zc. ,d1fJv5C' YW We CLLWAJUW' LQ ??544w""f gafmfmw WLM effw 0 QD L,- 18 ' . ' ' ' ' " . We 77 ,L xffxfllyf K" LAL' 'jhfJU?,! A y 4 Q1 7, V' N ' AA 4 . .. ff--' I ' 7L ' ' ' g, , ay be - X QVXDK ,ZQZZLATXA 17!'WDf?6'J , , V I If 7iLV, I . Cobb' 2 aa! Q - Q A '. - ff Y Y Qld-vpaefg - 74 5 ' W C K 1 I 7 G QQ I I . ,Lima 42120 LQu2Ac'1."77 CJ Cp P j L, A ' ro . , My - qu CFFICER D Rrce Secretary L Smlth Treasurer Watkxns Presrdent G Davenport V1cePres1dent CLASS OF 1957 -L Q.. J Laughner V1cePres1dent P Carter Treasurer B Lugg Presldent j Tanner Secretary CLASS 0F 1958 S Caffo Presrdent B Hackett Treasurer G Flynn V1cePres1dent W Domslfe Secretary CLASS 0F 1959 G Farmelo, Vrce Pres1dent,T Lugg, Presrdent A Woodward, Secretary, S Clark, Treasurer CLASS or 196019 46' N Ag I 4 Hill 2. and F? sg, Q r 1 N 2354? I V' ,J , 6Lrfrf.i!'1 fl. .1 ,.g . ..Q ,,,-Q-Aung' ,' ' l fr V' sr, Q -61,1 , 1, -, 5 x D. .:. ,. .-, ,, ,,,, 4 A V . I 4 M,, ,' 71 , 7 A - , A no 2 115 . 2 A f , ,iw A ,Q :- Q ,juz ,r xl Vg - . an 1. Q. .E . Z 4 ,4 fur r- 1 . 'V f , A ',5'5??:-5509 g A 1 ' V1 3' 4 7 " ,A C . 1, .V K ,V X , M QA A Vw, , . A ,X as vb . o 1 ' . - 1 . f' Q . , ' : . , . I - 1 G 1 v 1 Q I T ' A rf '- ii A U " . .X X JN: rj 'mx ,V . 'xxx JU 1011 1 ' E, D Andrews Andrews J Avery J Bartlett J Bowers L Brown i I Coates L Cole R Colegrove T Colegrove A Conley R Coover B Johns I Laughner B Lugg T Marshall McDonald H McLean 'el A Southard I Stewart I Tanner A Van Gordon B Van Schaxck .0 Q? 9 , I X Buckmgham W Burr Butler S Campbell P Carter J Clark ""? M DeL1ge R Doan H Flynn B Gee E Hatcher A Hendershot ., UNIOR M? Mr Barocco 3,9 Naylor C Ol1n G Potter C Sahrle B Sherman G Slocum fm R West P Woodward R Wynkoop I Woodwonh qui' 21 , , , R . , C ll a,al A W Ma j R V ' 3 Q A 4 sl ' ' glib? l . Er I W C , R Raj ggljfl 33 Nz, 2 Al,', ' ' C. , . ' , . , . , . , . . Wlll W , ll W 'ill R A 1 R W O W. f, 4' CCAC f 97 . G ff -V r ' 5 212 2 ",. G Q P R , Q 7 , :JZ ' W? ' Q ' 7 iff' Barley K Baker l. Y 2 I i P Bruce A Colegrove D Dom .fad W Dornslfe B Hacheu A A D Sheen H Shutter C Wells G Whrtehlll D Aldnch D Avery B Boughton ...-.. -X Mr Nlltchell 0PH0lVl0RE A Coover V Davrs H Egleston D Enderle G Flynn J Healey B Hertzenrater r. S Root N Russell S Sahrle F Srcrhano M Snyder T Spencer -1 tk! G Hackett T Kemp P Lowe P Mosher R Patterson R Quaglrana S Sahrle ...J Asn 3 + T Bruce W Burley S Caffo T Caffo J Casbeer D Cass M Clark B Krlburn I Kohut L Lehman I McD1v1tt A Morgan M E Owlett C Pease G Stewart, L Swan, K Talarrda, R Trlhnghast, R Valenu 7 23 fi --'I IAX .. Q 1 'V 4 'S Mr Bower '-if C. Barber, K. Bennett, B. Bliss, M. Brown, J. Button, I. Button, A. Cass, M. Causer, R. Coover. S Cosier B Crane R Crane B De Santis G Farmelo S Flynn I Gleason J Kemp I. KONI!- FRE HIVIE T Schwartz R Slmonetu E Spencer D Swan J Swan N Van Dusen I Vargeson J Walters A Woodward C Zdanowskr 24 D. Lowe, R. Lugg, R. Marcy, S. Moore, N. Mortimer, J. Mull, D. Pond, R. Preston, D. Rathbun, R. Rice. , . .V , iw. ,, . T. Baker, P. Carlin, S. Clark, J. Clark, M. Crurtenden, J. Davis, L. Duretta, T. Goodier, N. Hallet. C. Harkenrider, H. Heitzenrater, l. Houghtelling, J. Howe, C. King, M. Kohler, F. Main, B. Martison, H. Mosher. Mr Heverly R 'viulaskz lw Osterhoud D Patterson 1 Phelps H Phelps E Root D Rumberger L Schmldt J Slocum D Sm1Lh J Smtth D Snyder R Stanley R Stesens P Thompson T Thurston I Van Gordon B Walters J Webster N Whrtsell 25 . , . . . r , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . , . . most studlous Carol and Bill friendliest Mell and Ralph nicest smile Pixie and Darb best dancers Ernie and jack ' lr d d Nancy and Darb most athletic Molly and Weiner best resse Ns 7 , most talkative Charry and johnny 5 77"'Afg 'wird' all x 'hw Q m s attractlve Nancy and Darb most qulet Charlotte and Dlck shortest glrl Barb tallest boy Wemer Pfemesf half DOT and Dale tallest glfl Joame Shortest boy Dick 'af' f ...ff 4. 27 ku.. ' ' N. Bailey, L. Carlin, P. Carson, C. Causer, H. Causer, A. Clark, L. Cook, N. Costley, A. Freeland. J. Guinnip, T. Hackett, K. Hand, B. Hazlett, G. Hazlett, L. Hoyt, P. Kline, R. Lehman, S. Mack. EIGHTH -av qw! YX -A 1 N Mc Fall B McLean F Moore H ODell P Patterson G Phelps R Potter G Sherman M Slocum ff 2 Tl' .ml 9 'W' 5 Y ' 1 G' Smlth D Snyder M Snyder M Swan M Tallarxda I Van Dusen G Walters E Wrlllams F Wescott 28 1.1" af' v ? . 'X . F? kr , .ir 3 P 1' I .2 K 5.1 ' Q l - . 1 lk, L , A -I If ,y rc - , , Q1 M, M 3 A . ' Q, " . . C fl' 21 , g- L -f F, M, W' ' f 1 if Rv f -, '2 'I . . - f . ' ' D. ' , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' ' , . . r Q Oil -"' 13' b-'Y Ahearn S Aldrlch A Barber J Barber R Burfleld F Caffo J Crans W Crans J Cruttenden v 1 'gl Gtgee C Hackett J Hartley F Hetnck J Holmes I Howe L Kmg D Kohut R Leam Mlss KYOfSk1 Q W wi if f" LNLX I R Malone R Manley S Manley D Mmso F Morgar P Naylor R. OBryan D Pease G Powers C Rzce G Rxce M Rxce D Rumberger C Russell E Sahrle L Seamans J Walters L Wescott B Zremskl 29 51 be Lf' f l N' . V. 'f K ,V - f L 1 f ,J f " , xf I . NN -4, . . I L i H L ,' - 'H ef V f'nt.,f ,P v- . N- --' E- . . ' . - . - . . ' . . . . . . . . . 5? R ' ' "- . A V - 2 3 , A 2 I ' .Z if 1 -as H 3 15: M 'X , , , I A Q, F L . -K' ' 149' 'fl ' H ' if , ,J If R fi' f 1 f fl ff J. ' , . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , . . gl ' X L . if .. I' gmm s ,Q Q f at ' . 25 , f in l ' nv! ." l . is P , I at y My 2 A H ,, y Q - 1 , " , 1 I Y M Q x v 4 ' I , K- I ' fy .4-, Q Al" ,J .1 I if- l, ' . Al f 1 ,A f - ff I , M X 4 , 5? Ja I f '73 4 A Y .. ax . 1 'A ,' y V ' h si N ,. 1- - , V ' A Q . A 3. , lL - N! Q V , C. Bliss S. Bower. D. Brian I. Button B. Caffe G. Clarke M. Crane D. Elliott L. Goodwin. L Green R Grxffln J Hall G Healy S Heysham L l-llmes S Houghtelhng I Howe F Kemp Mr Papama K Perry F Phelps G Phelps A Rrce D Russell B Schmidt C Schwarz J Srcxhano B Stafford W Thompson R Tracy J Vargeson E Walters S Weller I Wlute M Whrtehrll 30 C. Kent, V. Mattison, V. McDonald, D. Morgan, I. Mortimer, D. Owlett, L. Pease, L. Perigo. is 4? 5 D Aldnch S Baker D Blrss D Cabrsca C Carhn N Colegrove A Cook C Cook G Covell 'Z T2 R Crawford H Denton G Frgler D Gee M Gee S Gee E Goodler R Guxnnlp R Hallett fa-I li-1 SEVENTH 5953? if B E Hand G Kilburn D Krersler I Marn D Moyer D Moyer S Orchowslu L Orr W Patterson P Perry F Potter C Rathbun A Rlce I Runyan H Seeley L Sherman R Shutter W Smrth WSL' Marun mv vi if f I Snyder Stanley D Stewart P Trlllnghast G Van Dusen M Walters P Wescott B Wyatt 31 on-fl-Qgng.g.t , - , y h K X 5 A 1 A' , 0 . w l. -gt 1 ' , . ,I , U1 ' X . Ng' , - 1" , ,t,, . . " - . Y N 5 . w 4 "u , 1, ,ft -f gg., Q fe will N , ' W . 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' , , Q K , .C .C d W - ft . - Q N , X ' 'Q W l ,g ,, I , ' , ,.t, , ...rl 'Mir' ,nm-Q 6522 I Al W Four Years Cheerleading Dawn Watkins Joyce Pattison BIIUQUET T0 Carol Burrows American Legion Essay 3rd Sondra Quagliana Homemaker of Tomorrow Charlotte Wells American Legion Essay 2nd Essay on Conservations lst David Darby Essay on Physically Handicapped Joyce Pattison American Legion Essay lst Banking Contest lst Dorotha Rice Essay on Physically Handicapped Nancy Bower Banking Contest 2nd Loudspeaker Ads Carol Edwards 2nd Loudspeaker Ads lst Marie Whltsell Nancy McD1v1tt Good Cltizen Award Banking Contest 3rd Helena Hendrickson Banking Contest 4th Marla Warburton Magazine Sales lst Loudspeaker Ads Lew Smith 3rd ww' 1 VJ 34 ,A 41X I l"l eww-vfwfzvwv an 1.4.1 xii! f " X H fnxjll QCQQQ J Row 1 Judy Aldrrch Charles Avery Dana Baker Kerth Burfreld Gordon Burton Lmda Coates Lots Cole Carl Colegrove Kensre Ellrott Row 2 Joyce Enderle Wtllram Goodnch Ann Hand Frederrck Hatch Kermrt Hendrrckson Davtd Hoyt Pamela Krersler John Laughner Her bert Mack Row 3 Myrna Mam Edward Mrlrnskr John Preston Dorothy Rrce Mary Schwarz Janrce Sereno Patrrcra Slocum Robert Smrth Deborah Stoddard Row 4 Ford Surme Frances Tallarlda Edwrn Van Schatck Walter Walburn Charles Walters Patncra Warburton Noreen Wrlson Stephen Woodall W1 MQW' M are 5 1. Mrs Wood Stop, look, and listen or you may be among the mtssm was one of the codes put forth from the surth grade patrols thrs year Obeylng commands and performmg dutres are two of the mam arms of the advancrng srxth graders VV4 C, 4 C 1 . C X, J 'ig C ,I ' 1 ' rf' K . n Q H I. . 3 X . 1 . H .. 1 C Q ' N r AQ. fC ,' .N , g Q ' I r ' . . " I 3 V S h ' , - ' -0.7! . 1 X 115' ' V ' ,X ' . ,N u V .I J f C. . . ' ' ix, . A 'Sf CQJ 1, 1 - C i, J f 1 f . L U ff W lu 1 1 K' 1 - ' . , ' ' - .U I C 'C I Q- f Cf A- ,. A - is J 4 J l ' ' A sv N , ' ' ij' 7 Q f ,' 'K V' .-' -- C Q fr- A Q. f , 5 E v H I 4, 4 A N N. i A J f r. C H J 4 C J , . X . I , - '-'1 3 5533 si? ' 1 J s 1 C Cfwl-? , C y c ' -it Q a J C C C C. 1 .C , 5 Q xi W. ' I X H, I V A V x V wg! -' NK V :A Q " ' .' - 1 ' , qv ,. - i X N v! S an ' - ' J A . t iq'-boy! X 'Q C51 K Q K .xl pl N X A 2 ff, . fi Q 'I' V XV Fr .1 , 49' .7 as nf: x A 1 I az 4K A 1 I . x 1 2 ,Q ng 1 I 1.3 ww, -1 I' -6 , 'V W ,,,.g Wu.. . 1 . --...-- X Cf ' r u 4 V N x ,, 5 1 51 I Q lx A A V 3 v 4 3 4, 2 J A C I y :AA ,K Us ,Q p .I i..' pq V W, W is QV X I' rl ,i !f4,i M I ' K ll A I 'lr I Row 1: Aaron Baker, Diana Barocco Jo Ella Bost Bonnita Brown Nancy Bruce William Cardman Martin Cleary Jean Ann Eckman Donald Egleston Row 2: June Egleston Patricia Finelli Howard Gardner Richard Horton Sandra Johnson Raymond Kent Martha Kizer Roger Main, James McLean Row 3: David Miller Cheryl Oberther Stephen Orr Laura Rice Roger Rice Irene Sherman, Margaret Simpson Catherine Smith David Stull. Mrs Cardman Mrs Morgan FIFTH Row 1 Stanley Backer Jane Campbell Carol Jean Colgrove Duane Cunningham Diane Darby John Davis Gary Doan Phillip Enderle James Fish Jane Gee Row 2 Darlene Gordon Ora Guinnip John Knesler Susan Mallory William Mead James Mull Larene Perigo Cecil Perry Sheila Poling Donald Rice Row 3 Mary Ann Schoener Helen Schwarz Gregory Schultz Bonnie Sherman Georgia Sherman Mary Anna Smith John Tombs Re becca Whitehill Kathreine Zremski 95 C..-3 Q 1 .44 if 34 v-1 J df ffl fix, vi 4 2 l. 'Y ' s z 4' 4? 3 E fx! lift., 7 "-J' ul 1 am' xx pvwmr we 1 2 4 1' 45 f aj' Row 1 IBCQUCIIHE Behrman Robert Burr Judy Cabrsca Suzanne Cashdollar Wrllram Davenport Cynthxa Dom Robert Enderle Roger Gee Thom as Hartley Row 2 Sharyn Hertzenrater John Hrmes Tamzon Hopper John Houghtelmg Alec Hoyt Rayora Kent Leonard Knrckerbocker Sandra Kmckerbocker Rrchard Lumazza Row 3 Sharon N1cCorm1vk Nlartha Mores Catherrne Orchovxskl Morgan Patterson Suzanne Pansh Janet Rrce Patrtcra Sereno Carol Walburn Chnstlne West Nlrs Stedge F0 HTH Xu-4' Nlrs L Swan mx f Row 1 Donald Cook John Cook Ronald Druetta Kenneth Goodrer Joyce Hand John Kemp Robert Kmcker-hockey Ma, Ellenvgiliun Charles Mrles Barbara Mmso Row 2 Beverly Potter Emtlxe Ream Ellen Spencer Barbara Stewart Ronald Stocum Melv1n Sunzner Janet Teachman Drane Thomas Frederrck Tracy Row 3 Sandra Van Dusen Judy Van Gorden Lmda Var es n Th Wheeler Kathleen Wrllrams R1chardW1lson Douglas Woodward g 0 omas Watson Kathleen west Crescence av s 4 -v '.-gr wi' ffl 1 vw' f --4 ef' X516 N .1091 , 1 I 5 J, I Q X925 J f i 1 I 4 ,-. ,Q -8 i 'S' Jill 1 ' 3 I' vt asp- - 1 ,A .7 Q? , - - 41 ,, Q , 0- ' s 3 L , ,gi v X 'p,,x In W ,,,' lm ,fs K .min rwffflaw f Java 35 . 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' ,A I V I V I A , Row 1: William Ahearn, Carol Aldrich, Charlene Bronson, Jeanne Burfield, Joseph Carbone, Lois Cass, John Cevette, Ernest DeSera, Yvonne Dewey. Row 2: Mi chael Egleston, Marcia Elliott, Mark Farmelo, Dianna Finelli, Rose Gaudino, Nancy Giantomosi, Rose Heitzenrater, Robert Houghataling, Jane Henning, Gale Klingler. Row 3: Victoria Knickerbocker, Wayne Lehman, Carol Mattison, Connie Miles, Edward Patterson, Goron Rice, Richard Schmidt, Wayne Sherman, Gif- ford Tracy, Michael Vargeson. Miss Cleveland THIRD Mrs. Caffo Row 1: Dale Drake, Walter Hackett, Lawrence Hahn, Carol Hendershot, Charles Johns, Nancy Johnson, Regeania Knickerbocker, Marlene Main, Esther Ma- lone. Row 2: Mary McDonald, Phyllis Miles, Johanna Mulaski, Sylvia Orr, Leroy Padgett, Constance Poling, John Pond, Michael Schwarz. Row 3: Mari- anne Sereno, Robert Shutter, Richard Snyder, James Stull, Sharon Tomb, Margaret West, Linda Whitney, David Woodward. 36 l .4 ..-Nb Jr 1 fi, xy 'if 1 Row 1 Lmda Burfreld Edward Gardner Lawrence Gaudmo Terrance Green Graham D Hopper James Martm Edgar McLean Kathleen Outman Rlchard Parlsh Mary Perry Row 2 Jay Rumsey Jon Seely Jon Sereno Cathy Sherman Martha Sherman Lmda Srmpson Lor rarne Stanley Plulltp Stanley Lucllle Stewart Row 3 Marlon Teachman Grant Tracy Toma Van Gorden Jerry Vargeson Ralph Volan te Walter Watson Louxs Wrther Larry Wood Ph11l1p Young M rs Lockwood ECO D Row 1 Marjorre Brown John Bruce Jon Clark Jessle Clark Gary Cook June Cosler Barry Cruttenden Mark Derr Audrey Dewey Nancy Enderle Row 2 Val entlne Frnellr Larry Gee Dale Gtordano Donald Hackett Rlchard Hallett Lrnda Hettzenrater Ronald Horton Brenda Kent Jeanne Klzer James LEWIS Row 3 Donald Manley Joseph Marzo JoAnne Mores Donna Matuson Marrlyn Moulton Paul Moulton Oscar Obethar Charles Sherman Terry Van Gorden Wrllram Wrtght 1,n,, 4' fmt QQ A ilu! L: -uw OJ Nl X 44 4-un vs I 1 Y Ga dner D Hackett G Lehman M Mahood T Marzo I Orchowski I Orchowski E Orr, H.Padgett, W.Perham. Row 2: L.Per- Row:.r,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. .. ry, I.Pond, M Pratt, S.Rumsey. J.Schwarz, K.Seamans, R. Seeley, L Mull, K.Shaw, G.She11ey. Row 3: D.Smith, G. Snyder, B.Stocum, R. Stone, I.Sumrrer, E.Tubbs, R.Tubbs, A.VanGorden, P.VanGorden. Row 4: G.Vargeson, I.Vargeson, I.White, S.Wh1te, D.Wi1liams, L.Worm- ley, H.Wright, D. Youngs, J.Zdanowski. Mrs. Cardman KI DERG RTE L.Antonio, R.Bachert, D.Bailey, M.Baker, M.Barocco, C.Behrman, S.Bost, D.Brad1ey, M.Bruce, E.Burfield. K.Carbone, C.Cerchie, D.Cruttenden, S.Do1eski, V. Freburg, S.Frease, D. Foster, R. Gaudino, R. Gee, M. Giantomasi S.Hackett, W. Hackett, K. Hatch, R. Himes, B.Jackson, R. Jeffers, P.Ienkins, K.Iokmson, R. Kenyon, G. King. if 1 Row 1 G Baker L Baker R Beard F Bhss E Brown I Bronson I Orr M Cevette P Causer P Cole L Cole Row 2 E Cole D Crans G Cunnrngham J Dalton R Doan C Drake L Enderle S Gardner J Gleason Row 3 F Green B Hahn R Heatwole J Hoyt P Houghtalmg E Johns B Johnson I Johnson M Krzer Row4 S Kmckerbocker M Krlburn D Krelsler P Krersler I Matuson M Mans S M1165 T Mosher E ODell J Rrce F R4 T Mrs Wlurehlll L. Tanner S.Thompson D. Tubbs B. Van Gorden -C Mrs Swan D. Knickerbocker D.Lowe T.Main B.Matis P.Moore R.Morgan J.Moore D.Newberry R. Nichols L.O Dell, ,Potrerm D.Rathbun M.Ross D.Rumsey K.Seeley R,Smirh C,Srebbins P,Srocum S.Srocum P.Srrauss S.Vargeson L.Wakley D.Watson L Wheeler A.Youmans. 9 Q -I ga ...J Li il 1 Mrs Gle ason Row Row Row Row Row if Nelson School R Heysham T Mason E O Dell W Pease I Phelps R Roe D Allen C Barley R Barber M Carlm H Draper I Fmch H Freeman I Gleason R Healey N Ranck E Sly C Stratton B VanNess J Wakely D Wheeler S Wlles T Youmans 4 E Learn B Phelps S Stratton I Stratton K Stratton V Wxles S Stratton D Gee Y Healey B Phelps J Phelps R Preston G Rathbun M Txlllnghast P VanC1se I Lockwood A Manley B Quaghana x'., rf? :J -' 4 Because the lrttle whrte schoolhouses of Osceola and Nelson have been for so long a promrment feature rn therr respectrve towns, rt rs wrth great regret that we speak of the new mergrng Thrs wrll be the last year that our yearbook wlll be sectronal These schools are burldrngs of many charms and unspoken tales Therr at mosphere has mfluenced the lrves of many people burlt and broken fnendshrps and have been host to many happy socral affarrs The people who came from these schools look back to therr school days wrth fond recollectlons and a remember when Therr eyes take on a shmy glow, and therr memorres brrdge the span of trme These schools survrved the depressron and many fmancral drffrcultres Each trme by the luck of the Drvrne Provrdence, they successfully managed to weather the crrsrs In the hearts of all those young and old who attended these schools wrll lrve on the happy days and cheerful trmes Farewell to the Nelson and Osceola schools I Mr Weaver Mrs Ingersoll B Roe S Barley I Grtchell W Hackett T Lockwood D Osterhoudt S Stratton C Krrk L Heysham R.Hughes R Hughes D Allen J Barley L Boom D Barley C Osterhoudt N Osterhoudt R West J Avery E Barley N Butler I Fetter R.Frsh S Gee D Heysham C Hughes 41 . . , . . . ' . , . . . R.Stratton, C.Thompson, D.VanNess, W.Bailey, K.Chilson, S.Finch, R.Gleason, J. Kemp. s g I a 5 - ' I . , 1 g . I g a ' n n l l Presher Mrs Murray Mrs Pansh in 4-0 ,- on M W Osceola School lib ai Row Row Row Row af s 4' at will Specral Educauon R Draper L Draper D Gardner A Johns J Klng G Kemp Baker Clark D Preston R Preston E Sahrle H Schoonover N Snyder Hertzenrater E Jones K Mannrng C Mosher IO11n D Wormley D Wrrght A Blanchard Preston JSee1ys D Taylor R Carl R Cause: T Clark D Doan W Dugu 2 one nl ,rv- "P 'N I 714 1 1-Q9 -r Wk ! 'pig 42 'ns 2' 'N ,,..:1llMw -'zazr' 7 ,M ThlS is Mrs Parlsh dll'6CI1I'lg her speclal class i X 5 Qs?:3y!f,53g,m 7? 125 nr f O 222 N-of G Lowe F Schmldt N Tallarxda G Tracy R Tubbs G VanBuren G Webster 0 CEOL CTW'-I 2952? Nc-. g"':1z Q- cn H2-.m -QUE Om :s-.Hg Srco cr:- mfg? KO 332:11 If':"'2:z: eu O.- -...-.sg -og?-0 M25 17, -' cm. 2 f- owmg :amp ,-gm UF"'E 212-M Swim -1-15,0 O -. 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' V 'X -G 'L J!- K! ,. ,Qfgu 'fffrf - ', ,'M" K ' . ? ' i f ,,,.,Vf if I ,, 51 an h , f " -4' I . - Q4 fff QE - .f ,af L 'J ,fff N I ' f I 1 , - , r,, i 2 I V . 1 . , 1 I 'I J V Mr. Whalen's driver's training class . Ernestine you will never get it parked. Mr. Markham and his drawing maniacs. CLASSR00 L imap ,uk I Cafeteria Staff feeding the chow line. Experiments in Chemistry and Physics lab. f N x Mrs. David and her Senior High School library staff. Under the direction of Mr. Whalen, the boys find a combination of work and fun in the shop. f?7', LN ,iff xg Z 45 The good sense of humor and ability to get work done draws a large enrollment to Mr. Dougherty's daily sessions . FUTURE FARMER Mr. Dougherty annually lets his boys enter competition against other future farmers in the county. This year's winners are pictured at the right. To be voted a future farmer officer is an honor at E.H.S. eq 'UN E, QQ 1-9 Q ,XE riff? 47 4 llltpq if 5 'll Having a well-mannered home is the motto Mrs. Barocco follows while instructing her future homemakers Good officers are one of the essentials in the future homemaking class. I f ,2 ' C? . iv? ws P n ' x f , 'i X f--Q all -Nag' 3 is the aim of every future homemaker. Being a high winner at the Mansfield fair If X .Q x' Q4 - f aye: ' i N 'E , ,.,, .-as 'L ' P' 1 h 'X fa 1 " 4 hxiw'a Back stage hands of the senior play. CLASSR00 Mrs. Barocco and her senior home wreckers. Mr. Heck and his senior English class listening to the famous Dagger speech. pt 49 SHORTHAND I and lI is offered to students in the Senior High School "ii ii Mr. Mitchell showing his bookkeeping class how to figure out their financial problems. TYPING, an ever-popular subject, has proved very valuable to many students after graduation. 1Cl V G.: n gm f-mm r-:np Cooks, Dots, and pans Sober salad. 1 fb sw junior Prom, 1956. .L xii- M S xg' . X 'f cy' X -R Aha ! I ve got you. 'fix Mld - day energy . Shiftlcss 9? yr' 3 Izmo. 1 SS ELKLA D 19 6 CTI ITIE 's ... .,A. .. . .. 1' -- 1- -'..-I-..' 11- ': f- 1.-...Q .., 'f:-- f,.-if '- .. ..,x-- - - ' . .. :ff -:X ' 'f':-.------1-Gf-.2-Q'-"-f--i'ff.-fn.--1. "'3"1v-1: ::1.--"-1f"'4'-- ,,,y-9.43, . 1 .1 , . .-4. .,. , ,L.,..,.. ,A.,,'4vg1' Q., U. .,, . .J'3,,'?yg-.-. 4.-,. :rs .Ek-:gz.'Z'-' +nff5i".--ftf'-ivfief --.ff-f-'if ..-MSL" 3 K .l ,A A 0 ,vp n J? .., 1 :wkg.1.', rx. -EAW r,,-- rv, -1. . - AQ! " 'ff-J -1 .. '1.' 1 1' ' V ' -17 - "Ht'1'f2, ?',7.'.'..1,:-Advkw v:"?l-X 1.17-" ,: -- 'x' ?"'- 'f'YX'.:'f1?'-f -.f.-gqslnp -1. 3',.-.,.' 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C ' ,' ' 'N , V , ' A A . f A 'X-X The Senlor Band consrstlng of approxlmately 70 members, under the dlrectlon of Mr Waldo Seamans has partrcrpa ted 1n many school and local events Row 1 N fw1CDlVlFl V DJVIS Nl Whrrsell L Brown K Tallarlda E Van Schalck I Eckman S Bower J Gleason P Woodward J Healey P Carter Row2 C Olm D Andrews C Woodward C Pease B MCDIVIII B Manley B Lugg D Morgan IWalters D Rathbun B Manley D Learn N Van Dusen S Caffo C Deacon Row 3 T Swarz S Moore S Root D Sttodard R OBryan A Morgan T Lugg C Carr S Corser N Wrlson L Pease R Grrffen J OBryan A Cass I Kohur J Vargeson I Kohur J Swan J Buckmgham Row4 M Wlutehrll J Holmes P Lowe J Freburg E Perrgo D Lowe M Swan C Russell D Avery A Coover C Edwards K Powers H Hendnckson M Krersler J Avery D Pond Mr Seamans BA D x QXN IRBA D MAJORLTTES M Krelsler K Powers ll Hendrlckson D Avery A Coover C Russell M Swan Center C Edwards The jumor Band under the dlrectron of Mr Seamans IS preparlng to frll the plaees left open by graduatmg glasses 53 Row 1 F Kemp L Pease C Kemp S Bower J Snyder S Gee L Carlm J Vargeson M Crane B Zremskx S Aldrlch T Caffo C Hackett L Sea D Owlett B Caffo L Penog G Powers Row3 R Grrffm S Weller C Perry P Perry M Walters E Walters V McDonald C Schwartz D Russell D Rathbun M Cruttenden JWhxte L Hoyt L Goodwm Row4 C Bliss D Bran P Kxlburn H Wescott M Stanley, D Aldrxch S Carr E Goodxer N Morumer V Mamson H Demon W Smlth D Ranhbun DI TRICT BA D Nancy McD1v1tt, V1rg1l Davls, john Kohut, and joan O'Bryan attended Dlstrlct Band at Port Allegeny, February 7, 8, 9 . 54 . '5 inf 0 ff he , K l Vx - u K- . X ,L mans,.I.llutton.' Rew 2: Healey..L..Green,.I..Houghtallin.g, S..M2lnley, liliice, L.Himes: D.McSrg:fln, I.Hetrricl1, D.Sieilieno, E.'Ahearn, M.Snyder, ,A 1 ,L ,KAI -A '4- 1 ,Z ,wi L .. XA Magazine Drive Officials . Mr. Papino and his junior High librarians. fir, 'f0x , . V. .WJ Mrs. Caffo and her third grade cl Peg MHYZO, ever busy secretary Mr. Seamaris' winds and brass SS. Mr. Papania explains a grammar lesson in 8th grade English class. CLASSR00lVl 1 fx Mr. Martin explains the work of the government in ninth grade Civics class. Heverly's day of leisure. Plane Geometry. O 4' EA 56 Miss Kyofski points out an error to an 8th grade Math class. CEE Mrs. Surina locates historical event in History. l Mrs. Chilson explaining Greek to her Latin I1 class KN f Q x- -'J iri- I O C g K K z if.: .W f X" Y ' .1 ' if NJ' . A xt! lVlElVl0RIE I B1 i Linda and Barry. What's the matter Gene? Shall I have another? Mell . Up to no good. "Well isn't that odd!" Up to his tricks again. 1 'lf ideas? , 4'-film, .ai xt A -' -Hi V far , A 5, elf-My :A A U Qt ' 'IS' f I ff Caught in the act. Interesting'??'? Nice distraction-- Nancy and Butch. Backstage ballet. Friend or foe? Comparing notes. LETTER WINNERS james Ahearn David Darby George Davenport Dennis Dorn Harry Flynn Theodore Colegrove Thurman Colegrove Wayne Domsife john McD1v1tt Gary Slocum Lewis Smith jack Swan Lawerence Swan OCCER SEASONA L RECORD EHS OPP Cowane sque Blossburg Mans field Liberty Tioga Covington Row 1 I McD1v1tt H Flynn J Aheam D Dom G Davenport T Colegrove W Dornsife B Hackett G Slocum Row 2 D Pond G Farmelo J Swan R Mulaski N Whitsell T Colegrove A Morgan V Davis R Quagliana C Wells D Swan Row 3 Coach Myers R Crane R Coover D Darby L Smith L Swan G Hackett R Shelansky D Crawford Co captains George Davenport and David Darby led the Elkland High School soccer team to a four win one tie and one loss record which warranted a second place tie with Cowanesque in The Tioga County Soccer League. Elkland scored nine goals to its opponents six with George Davenport leading the scoring department with three goals . He was followed by jim Aheam and Harry Flynn who had two each. Denny Dorn and Butch McDivitt also entered the scoring column. Elkland s success was largely due to its strong defensive paced by Gary Slocum Ted and Thurman Colegrove at the halfback slots' Wayne Dornsife and Brad Hackett at the fullback positions' David Darby and 'Lew Smith as goalies. This Combination held the opposition to no more than one goal per game in all but the Covington game. Ralph Shelansky and Dale Crawford handled the managerial positions. Ralph also doubled his duties by acting as sports writer for the Elkland joumal. 60 0 ff ! W g1'UgnV,f X541 W JAX Xgf S X 7,05 Rf X3 IN ACTIUN A N ae fy ff f'ff W A VNf5'fV'1f2w , , , T 55 QQ" ... 4 fr x A fl 3 f K 'Wx !, f L1 ' X W ff Q W a I y af f I xx 1 C ' f 17 'V fx xy agnxg U J N x V f g BBYX X 7' w M Z 4 X i . VARSITY SCORkS G9 'Williamson 58 1 TO ' Blossburg 43 l-lklandi OPPOUCUTSI 623 Corning Free Academy 74 65 'Liberty .55 45 Northern Potter Jointure 64 'Covington 41 44 AddiS0H 65 'Mansfield 54 -LQ Northern Potter Jointure 73 Addison 56 70 Corning Northside 59 ncowanesque 42 58 'We11Sb0fO 77 'wensboro 59 78 Corning Northside 66 .Gakmn 47 Q3 :COV1HgI0H ofa 'Williamson 64 16 Mansfield 10' -Blossburg 37 65 'commg Free Academl' Gu Tioga County "All Stars" 47 50 Cowanesquc 75 Athens fP.I.A.A. Playoffsj 90 GO 'Liberty 69 'Galeton ' Denotes league games. Letter Winners: james Ahearn George Davenport Lewis Smith Lawrence Swan DCIll'llS Dom Managers: Wayne Domsife Ralph Shelansky Bradley Hackett Coach Myers, Co-Captains Lew Smith and George Davenport. Richard Vargeson The Elkland Varsity ended season's play posting a 21 win and 5 loss record. In league competition they registered 15 wins and 1 loss to merit them undisputed league winners. Cowanesque, the only league team to gain a win over the Elkland Rams, went down to defeat when both teams met for the second time. Elkland was fol owed in league play by Cowanesque and Mans- field, each having 3 losses. In league scoring Wayne Domsife was fourth, George Davenport eighth, "Lew" Smith thirteenth, and Bradley Hackett fourteenth. George Davenport was lost late in the season due to a case of acute appendicitis. Co-captains for the season were George Davenport and Lewis Smith. Handling the managerial duties were Ralph Shelansky and "Dick" Var eson. Wa ne Domsife led in scoring for the season with 401 points. Wayne registered 101 of these points by the foul route sgooting a 53, per cent average. He also had an avera of seventeen points a giame, which ranked highest on the Elkland team. Three other players averaged in the double figure cogiimn. Davenport with 35 points averaged fifteen points a game, Hackett with 286 points showed a twelve point average, and Smith ten points a game on 254 points. Hackett shot the est foul shooting with a 70 per cent averacge. Besides losing to Cowanesque, Elkla.n lost two games to Coming Free Academy. Comix:-grl: ree Academy went undefeated in their league. On C.F .A. 's court the Elkland Five played the Corning team even for three illing quarters before dropping the encounter. Elkland also lost to Northern Potter on a return game. Northern Potter posted a 17 win and 2 loss record. One of these losses was to Elkland. Elkland's other loss was in the P.I.A.A. Playoffs to Athens, the winner of the Roosevelt Tria League. l B A K G.Slocum, D.Dorn, W.Dornsife, R. Coover, L. Swan, j.McDivitt, B.l-lackett, j.A- heam, D. Vargeson, Mgr., G. Davenport, Coach Myers, L. Smith, R. Shelansky, Mgr. l 'Blossburg The jumor Varslty ended the season Wlfh a n1ne wln seven loss record 1n league compet1t1on to reg1ster them fourth place Two games went 1nto overt1me Elkland w1nn1ng both of these thrlllers One belng w1th Blossburg the other Wlfh W1ll1amson The W1ll1amson game went 1nto the perlod known as sudden death Probably the most excltrng game was at Mansf1eld the league champ1ons At half t1me the score read Mansf1eld 29 Elkland 18 Wlth only a few seconds left 1n the game Elkland blew a one pomt lead and lost by a 42 41 score Elkland was represented at the jumor VSISIIY All Star Game by jack Swan and Douglas Pond Mansf1eld defeated the All Stars by one poxnt H Mosher G Root T Thurston R MUlaSk1 R Crane N Wh1tsell V DRVIS j Swan G Farmelo M Kohler D Pond Elkland Opponents Elkland Opponents Northern Potter jomture Add1son Northern Potter JOIHILIIG Cornmg Norths1de 'Wellsboro Com1ng Northslde 'Covmgton 'Mansfleld Cornlng Free Academy 'Cowanesque ' L1berty 'Galeton "W1ll1amson JUNIOR VA RSITY SCORES ' Denotes Bruce Caffo Egleston Valentl Slmonettl 63 Corn1ng Free Academ 'Llberty 'Covmgton 'Mansf1eld Addlson 'Cowanesque 'Wellsboro 'Galeton 'Wllll3mSOH 'Blossburg league games Y if I1 mv. ' - g 1 xmg A T ip 'P S NIUR VAR ITY 13 ' 38 41 36 29 ' 35 51 ' 34 ' 46 41 ' 40 ' ' 57 48 ' 22 36 41 ' 40 ' ' 65 42 ' 34 ' 31 28 45 ' 53 26 41 ' 69 36 23 43 39 ' ' 41 ' 3l 33 28 24 36 ' ' 29 . 'J e C1 Connie Olln Joyce Pattlson Molly Krresler Kay Powers Dawn Watkms CHEERLE DER Kay Powers Molly Kr1esler Joyce Pattrson Comme Olm Dawn Watkms fi New Rosemary Bruce Sally Caffo Helen Egleston Rlta Valerm Roselyn Srmonettl Sally Caffo Helen Egleston Rrta Valentr Rosemary Bruce Roselyn SIITIOTIGTII T7 l "-Qui Rowl T Colegrove JMcD1v1tt W Domsife L Smith J Button JTa1larrda Row2 Coach Myers H Flynn IHendershott L Swan D Darby T Colegrove D Sherman Absentees G Davenport B Hackett D Dom G Butler LETTE R WINNERS James Button Hugh Flynn james Hendershott jack F. Tallarida Theodore Colegrove David Darby George Davenport Dennis Dorn Wayne Domsife Bradley Hackett Addison Addison 'Mansfield 'Blossburg Northem Potter 'Williamson "' Liberty Cowanesque 'We llsboro I8 Elkland was a member of the Tioga County Baseball League which was represented by seven teams Cowanes que took the league title with a five win, one loss record. Their lone defeat was administered by Elkland Elkland and Wellsboro were tied for the number two spot, both teams showing four wins and two losses. Elkland lost to Wil liamson and Wellsboro in league competition. Throughout the season, the catching duties were handled by "jimmy" Button and Thurman Colegrove Some beau tiful relief work was turned in on the mound by both jack F. Tallarida and "Denny" Dom. The pitching records in the won lost column reads as follows: Dom 1-0, Hackett 3-2, Tallarida 1- l, and Domsife 0-1. Tallarida showed the highest batting percentage with a .470 mark. Hackett, who led in extra base blows hit 450. During the season Hackett hit three home runs, Domsife two, and Theodore Colegrove one September September September September September September September September September September September September September September Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober Oc tober October October October October Oc tober October Oc tober Oc tober November November November November November November November November November November November November November November November 2 CALE DAR School started Senror room rs now qureter srnce Mr Heck arran ed the seats m alphabetrcal order Charry Carr s two front teeth are now but a fond memory She and iutch MCDIVIII would now make a frne parr wrth com mon rnterests jack Ferry was involved U1 an accrdent Seruors are now Publrc Nursance No 1 untxl Oct 1 Reason? Magazme drrvel Our soccer team en gaged rn therr frrst battle wrth Cowanesque We d1dn t lose nerther drd we wrn The score was tred Our frrst assembly Our frrst record dance Moll Knesler was struck dumb founded by Macbeth She was accrdentally hrt rn the head by the Eng lrsh ook rn wluch he resrdes Semors elected therr yearbook staff The Chorus laughed themselves srlly The lyrrcs CD of one song were ho ho ha ha he he Red Button s Back? Prctures of class offrcers taken Soccer team beat Blossburg 2 0 Musrc students agarn had the pleasure of hearrng the Marme Band play at Mansfreld Everyone was rnsprred that they came home and started practrcrng Senror play tryouts tom ht F H A uutratron wr a spaghettr supper afterward Our frrst pay assembly was on G Men Play rehearsals looked very promrsrn Soccer team beat opponents agarn grctrm thrs trme was Mansfreld 1 0 Magazrne drrve over wrth Ray Coleman s team beaun Charlene Carr s team S1217 81 to S1185 71 A new record of 52403 52 was set Mary Foster back a ter her bout wrth qurnsey Now junrors are Publrc Nursance No 1 wrth therr Chrrstmas cards No more krds rn study hall Reason World Serres on televrsron rn the gym Fxrst roller skatrng party w1th about 269 attendrng Soccer team defeated Lrberty 3 0 The losrng ma zrne team gave a party for the wrnnrn srde Mr Heck should knock over krds hrs own srze rrght jo Rathbun? And we leamed that one o Mr Heck s vrces was learung rn on a hand of poker Dawn! Grve the boys back therr money! Dodger fans qurte happy! Cameras hreakrng rn the Gymn Reason School prctures berng taken Dod er fans are not so happy and Yankee fans are passrng out cryxng towels Poor Freshmen Senrors ha a meetrng and made frnal decrsrons on rnrtratron It frnally happened A Frrday nrght wrthout a dance Audrtorrum used for Chorr Festrval whrch was spectacular Brlly Cardman and jouella Bost are frrst to pay for Yearbooks Edrtor of the Yearbook Drck Vargeson held the posrtron of Edrtor also so that he could look after the boys rnterests Senrors are salesmen agarn Thrs trme rt s wallets and shopprng bags Band provrded musrc for the Democratrc Rally at school tonrght Senrors dream of Washrngton mp rs begrnnrng The representauve came to tell us about nts charms and horrors Hotmd Dogs crawlrng all over the place Don t worry Just Inrtratron Wonderful frrst VACATION Teachers Instrtute Wmdows rn school are berng parnted for Halloween Stx senrors spent the day at Mansfreld State Teachers College for Career Day Prom Peanut week w1th Sondra Quaglrana as charrman Even though the parade was canceled because of ram the Halloween Party and Dance was a huge suc cess The Senrors Chamber of Horrors was expecrally sprne trcklrng Assembly featurmg the Rollarteers Basketball season wrth tryouts after school for the basketball team Davrd Rumburger was rn such a hurry to leave school he thrust hrs arm throu a wmdow Although he severed an artery no complrcatron arose Thanks to Mr Heck Mr Myers urse jones and Doctor Larson Even the frsh can t stand Mr Heck They are Jumprn from the frsh bowl out the wmdow Chorus was made excrtrng toda by the vrsrtatron of a hop toad I e won electron at school State troopers came to show movres an answered questrons for an assembly Republrcans appornted Democrats drsappornted Mr Cleveland an expert rn tunrn mstruments gave the band a free demonstratron Beatrrce Blanchard sportrng a love y dramond Cheerleaders had a successful dance for therr We re destrtute Help clothe us' campargn Suzanne Bower had her study hall teacher lookmg everywhere for her lost pencil case After 15 mrnutes rt was found under her tablet Lon awarted day Prctures arrrved Another hlushrng brrde to be Pat rllrams makrng plans for a Chrrstmas weddrng Molly Krresler put Bonnre Lugg s pet peeve rn the paper How about rt Mr Heverly'7 Sophomores sponsored frrst grrl brrng boy dance Sadre Hawkrns Sondra even though on her death bed CID begged the Senrors to sell more peanuts Mr Myers Mr Dougherty and Mrs Clulson won therr Thanksgrvrng turkeys Appetrzrng Thanks rvrng turkey drnner rn cafeterra Put Mr Wood Peg Marzo and Betty Zremskr to work grng trays eggy Carter collected money Yearbook Staff held very successful Turkey Feather rot nce Thanksgrvmg assembly by 3 6 grades Thanksglvrng vacatron Peanut salesmen and wallet salesmen fmrshed today Lew Smrth rs lugh salesman Frrst brg snowfall today Much to the envy of the town students the buses were delayed 66 3 . 1-1. ' ' ' 13 ' 4 . 14 ' . 17 Z . - U . . . - 18 ' ' ' . ' . ' 53 . 7 D l ! Y 1 . ' 21 , ' l ', I ' ' . so 24 ' ' . ' 26 ' ' . 27 I ' . . I . . . . I . - i 1 . . f - - . ' ' ' 3 . . ' h . . . . u 4 . . . . . . - I 1 . . U U . . I S I 12 ' . I ' ' ' . 13 . . . . . t 15 ' ' . October 16 Astusual Elkland Soccer team won. Tioga was the victim thistime. Carmella Deacon was elected . . ' . . . . . , . . 19 . . . . . 22 . . . . . . 1 . . 23 ' ' . ' " ' . 24-25 ' . ' ' . 29 ' ' ' ' . 30 . . U ' . , n . 31 . - -I , 1 . . - 1 . I . . . I 5 . , . O I I , . , . . Y in . 7 . . : . - ' . 8 . , ' ' ' , ' . 12 . , G ' . . - . . ' . 14 . . .' . : 1 . ' 15 I ' ' ' ' . ' , . . 16 I . . . U . . I Y 21 ' ' ' - . 2-23 ' ' ' . 26 . . ' . . . . , . November November November December December December December December December December December December December December December December January January January January january january January January January January january January January January January January january F ebruary F ebmary F ebruary F ebruary F ebruary February F ebruary March Marc h March March April April April April April May May May May May May May une une June Barry Van Scha1ck and Gerald Butler flash1n their class rmgs They are the only ones who have paid for their rings in full Free chest x rays ta en today for grades 10 12 and all teachers Rousmg pep assembly in preparation for first game at Northem Potter where our varsrty team won by 3 points Pay assembly featuring Indians from New York State Basketball game at Addlson wh1ch varsity won Sen1ors started selling raffle tickets for a snoozy pooch lazy susan filled wlth chocolates and a salad bowl Tickets and pr1zes fumished by L H Farmelo No school because of deer season SCHIOI Home Ec grrls are takin Betty Crocker Search For Tomorrow test to discover girl with most homemakmg ability Northem otter avenged their loss from us by wmnmg tonight s game Junior Chr1stmas cards arrived Very entertammg assembly of Pied Piper by marionettes Driver Trauung students be an receivmg drivers licenses this moming Mr Heverly Just tumed his seats around Over 200 ki s participated in roller skating School pictures retaken Report cards handed out Senior hall of fame chosen Our basketball var sity edged out a victory of 70 67 over Comm Northside Liz Pengo 1sn t going to play boys basketba l for a wlule She strarned a muscle in her shoulder Muslc and athletic ptctures taken today Pep meetmg to prepare for game at Wellsboro We wonl Banking prizes given out Our vars1ty was too much for Coming Northside again lgoor Oddie spent all day looking for Gary s ring Guess who had it all the 11111677 That s right HY Both JV and varsity had a VICIOIY over Covm ton Five more drivers to be passed their test enrors raffled dog to Betty Boughton and salad bowl and candy to Soma Cosier Wonderful Chr1stmas dmner free Seruors ruslung to hand in essay Pep meetmg for Mansfield game Excused at 2 30 Christmas program heralded the arrival of Santa Claus Excused at 12 00 Jumor dance Everybody retumed wearing Christmas presents Charlotte Wells IS added to the lrst of g1rls wearin d1amonds Pat added a wedding ring over the vacauon New princxpal began duties Varslty basket ball team mched out a one point v1ctory over Mr Myers and town team Seruors measured for caps and gowns First roller skatmg party of the year Johnny Kreisler and Georgia Sherman won Sondra s cake C F A beat our basketball teams Seniors held a dance after the ame Orchestra pract1ce was f1lled with a loud resoundmg boom as Bonme ugg broke the br1dge on her cel league play by wmnmg 61 50 The JV team also bowed to them Just ask John Rat un and Dot Rice what it s like bemg stuck on a d1rt road on the way to a basketball game Lucky bus kids they were taken home this mom1n because of the abundance of snow QW1th the exception of the Osceola k1ds who stuck It out with e town kids J Pep meetmg th1s aftemoon in preparauon for game w1th Liberty A victory dance was held after the game in wh1ch both JV and varsity came out on top Farm show at Harrisburg today and tomorrow Another shorta e of students due to below zero weather Congratulauons Joyce lst Charlotte 2nd Carol Burrows rd on essay contest Joyce chose com mencement 1nv1tat1ons ask Mr Wahlen about the parkmg t1cket he received from Sharon Pa where he says he has never een Six weeks test DISUICI Chorus at Lock Haven Both JV and varsrty came out on top in a game w1th W1ll1amson Pay assembly with Fitzgerald Novelletes Both JV and varsity won over Blossburg Long faces agam report cards C F A mched out a six point lead rn the last minutes to win over varsity JV also lost Mr Weeks took pictures of essay wlnners bank1ng contest winners Mendel Hill attendm State Chorus at Washington Pa It fmally happened Dawn Watkrns couldn t open the lock on her ocker Assembly featurmg a science film on uramum Sondra Quagliana award ed the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award Congratulatrons to Roger Wynkoop and Peg Car ter for their award on thelr essay concemmg the employment of the handicapped Boy Scout assembly D1str1ct Band at Port Allegeny Long awarted mght of JUIIIOI Prom with Mansfleld College H1 F1 Sextet playing Basketball game with C V Basketball game with Wellsboro Basketball ame with Blossburg Assembl eaturing the wonderful Melody Masters Basketball playoff Sxx Weeks test Nancy McD1v1tt attending Eastem National Orchestra at Atlantlc C1 Allystar game Glrl Scout assembly High School Band held an assembly Orchestra held an assembly Six weeks test Chorus program after which vacation started Everyone happy CU because school started a in Pay assembly with the catching title of Up Atom A very successful sprlng concert Roller skating The long awarted day of the Wash1ngton Tr1p came to a reality Home Economlc Department headlmed an assembly Final exam1nat1ons given No school! Class night Baccalaureate Commencement Last day of school' 67 27 ' D I . qc . . I . . 28 ' ' . ' 30 . - - l Q . I . . . l . 3 . I . . D . . . 4 D . Ig . . . . , ' . 6 ' . . . . A - - 7 ' ' I . ' . . ' . - 10 . . , . , 5 . . J 12 ' ' ' . 14 ' . . ' ' ' . 15 ' ' ' ' . 16 . . , . v . , .gn , . Y 17 ' ' ' ' . 21 ' l ' ' ' . : . ' . . 2 . ' . ' . - . . '. .' '. g 3 l . . . I . l I . 4 . . . '. ' . 7 , . . . . 5 . - lo. 8 Nancy McDivitt received DAR Good Citizen Award. Cowanesque broke our varsityshgerfect record .in 10 ' . . . . I . . . v . 14 ' . ' . is 3 , , , , ,5 , . 16 . I ' ' ' , .-- 17 ' u . ' ' . 18 , . . . . ' 21 ' ' . 22 ' . 25 U , U u H . . . . , . . 29 . ' ' ' ' , ' ' . 31 . . 5 . . Y : .I ' U . 1 . 6 . ' 7 ' ' . 8 . .... .-. . ' 12 ' . . az l R 27 fg ' ' . 5 ' . 12 ' 21 ' ' l . . 12 . i if ' ' - 1 - 29 - 1 7 as ' . 1 ' . 2 ' . 7 . . . . I 10 ' ' . 28-29 ' ' ' ' . 30 31 ' . J 2 J 3 NAME Aheam Blanchard Bower Brown Burrows Carr Casbeer Colegrove C rans C rawford Darby Davenport Deacon Edwards F erry Flynn Foster F reburg Freeland Hazlett Hendnckson H1 K1ng McD1v1tt McLean Ma jot Mal one Manley O Bryan Patt1son Perlgo Powers Qua l1ana R Rlce Shelansky Sluyter Smrth L Smrth R Spencer Van Dusen Var son Wak ey Warburton Watkms Wells Whrtsell Woodward LIKES grrls 1m Bob Potter Brook marr1ed l1fe baby s1tt1ng company marr1ed l1fe sports Englrsh Mary Ellen fast cars sports 1 e Navy wo men roar of muf flers boys Carl sewmg 1m p1ZZa Elm1ra Bu1cks mus1c to hunt Dale to srng Fords a MSTC JUIHOI Sodus Po1nt gettmg let ters Elvrs Kent L12 Spencer George beer school sports a ce rta1n arroll Sat nr hts Elklan hot rods Yul Brunner rm Arch1e Slllgle teachers 1 DISLIKES C H Wood gettmg up 1n the mom1ng cafeterra lmes slrppery roads norsy people two faced frrends Lmmarned l1fe work oysters war Sunday drlvers teachers bossy people red ha1r Engllsh her alarm clock Jealous boys drets jumor g1rls nosey people candy sw1pers k1ds short boys school conce1ted a person Wlth out a sense of humor low marks sauerkraut concerted boys to break a fm gema1l snobs catty g1rls peeking toms Shorthand schoolwork snobs work dancmg loud mouthed people anchor clankers bossy g1rls gettm stuck at 2 0 a m h1llb1ll mus1c U S rmy not gettmg letters uncooperatxve people fl1rt1ng g1rls NOTED FOR smokrng flash1ng her d1amond neatness break1ng w1n dows brarns fl1rt1ng t1ny wa1st sw1p1ng Semor candy be1ng socrable wavy ha1r be1n laz h1s right ,l1fe frshy SIOIIES talk1ng polrteness pronunc1at1on of words 1 l1n go gr cgmbm at1ons sparklmg blue eyes smallness deV111ShD6SS off color Jokes talk1ng 1n Soc Problems p1a1'l0 play1ng vorce l1k1ng cats 1nfect1ous laughter qu1et way tallness flrrtmg w1th Smoke bleached ha1r belng bony f1ght1ng herght blonde ha1r physlque getun to schoo early handlrng money quretness wmsome ways s1debums fl 1rt1ng s rdebums V10l1Il play1ng be1ng popular fnendly smrle temper sweet d1spos1t1on 68 WANTS TO sk1n drver nurse elementary teacher a good wrfe secretary a good cook barber bea ut1c ran career man barber bartender Waves mn teacher e ectrrcal eng1n eer beaut1c1an beaut1c1an bea ut1c ran school teacher housewrfe nurse eng1neer teacher mus1c teacher carpenter a1rl1ne worker beaut1c1an mechanrc elementary teacher psychologxst r1ch old mald secretary Sall0f s w1fe grocery clerk secretary sa1lor factory worker bartender a success medlcal secretary Jet prlot an Admlral anytlung but a farmer mus1c teacher beaut1c1an Archle s w1fe nurse secretary P ROBAB LY pool shark jrm s w1fe Met opera star never make xt mother of 12 b1gam1st marr1ed IVIICC mfg candy wartress rofess1onal um sell hot cars alCOh0l1C male clerk Mother of the Year mechanrc D1ck s wrfe Engl1sh teacher d1v1ng star 1962 top sc1ent1st l1on tamer trcket taker at mov1es d1rty story wr1ter Janrtor burlesque queen heartbreaker be grounded w1th Dale Arthur Murra danc1ng teac er male model model Calendar grrl poor old house Wlfe Elv1s mgr fourtune teller comed1an adveruse Breck eat lover 1shwasher boxer farlure Math teacher another Elvxs 111 the brrg steeplejack hot rod racer Army w1fe m1ss1onary bare foot bar mard horse trarner H0' H0 BE BE J. ' .' I . I . ' v ' . a . - ,,21y, ' . . E -v I lv rf ' .. .. .. . . gy . . , . Q g ' 1 - 1 1 . 1 y 'll ' ' - ' ' '. Kriesler Bob . sailors being sexy. roving reporter Female Elvis .I . . - I - - H yn ' ' ' atlgaun ' ' U . ' . , .' , F I ' girl I . C . lk is . . p p . . . . . . ' CLA ILL We the Semor Class of Elkland Hlgh School 1n the County of Troga and the State of Pennsylvanra bemg of sound mlnd and memory do make and declare thls OUR last WILL and Testament rn manner followlng that IS to say ,hm Aheam leaves hrs dusty hlstory book for Mr Bower to dust Davld Darby gladly leaves Mr Myers Charlene Carr sadly leaves the Sophomore and junlor boys Ted Colegrove leaves hrs herght to Wrmp Swan George Davenport leaves hrs draft card to Dennis Dom Carol Edwards leaves Barbara l-lazlett leaves Sandra Campbell all the boys except a certaln Frosh Nancy Klng w1l1s all her llbrary books to Mary DeL1ge To Mr Heck Molly Krlesler leaves a rope from heaven to hang hlmself Dale Crawford leaves all the teachers hrs genurne frlendshlp jlm Aheam wrlls hrs well kempt harr CD to Brad Hackett Carmella Deacon leaves her sense of humor to Mrs Barocco Mary Sluyter leaves Mr Mrtchell sadly Evelyn Flynn w11ls her Shorthand book and marks to Connle Olm Carol Burrows leaves her knowledge of Latm to janlce Clark L1z Perlgo leaves her flgure to Mary Ellen Owlett Dlck Smlth wllls Mr Dougherty a purple cow wlth yellow strlpes Lew Smrth leaves a church key to Wayne Dornsxfe Sondra Quagllana leaves her reputatlon for wrltlng letters rn study hall to janlce Bowers Dawn Watkms leaves Rosemary Bruce cake frosting to throw at Dlck Vargeson Mary Foster hates to part wlth her frlendly chuckles but she wlll lend them to Donna Avery jack Ferry leaves joan Stewart to Roger Wyncoop Mane Whltsell wrlls her love for a teacher to anyone quallfled to take over Beatrlce Blanchard wllls her sex appeal to Mr Dougherty janlce Crans leaves her mce manner to Soma Cosler Mendel H111 leaves hls trlps to Olean to anyone who can fxnd hrs way back Joyce Pattlson wllls her bottle of peroxide to anyone who wants a blonde streak Pat Casbeer leaves her smallness to Bonnle Lugg Emestme Malone leaves Bonnie Krlbum all her old Jxtterbug steps Dot Rrce leaves jamce Clark her beautxful long blonde halr Marla Warburton wllls her v1ol1n to Mr Bower Larry McLean leaves hrs unusual vorce to Sandra Cam nell Kay Powers leaves Elvis to Mr Heverly Ralph Shelansky leaves Tom Caffo h1s managertal dutles Joan Spencer w11ls her shyness to joan Stewert B111 Van Dusen leaves h1s sldebums to George Flynn Barry Brown leaves Barry Van Schalck h1S slster Helena Hendrrckson wllls her reckless drrvrng to jean Laughner D1ck Vargeson leaves Butch MCDIVIII lus seat ln a well known restaurant B111 Manley leaves h1s modesty to Dennxs Dorn joan O Bryan wrlls her tallness and blg feet to Betty johns We hereunto subscribe our names and affuc the school seal on the flrst day of june mneteen hundred and fxfty seven Presldent Mm! 9644-,df CLASS OF 1957 Vxce Presrdent ,1yU,U.4,,,s4Q0,-LiL Secretary 49.14 4.11411 Elf ez Treasurer Q4-QA! JMX Attorneys of Law 69 , . . , . . . ! l ' Y . . . . , . ' ' . .I 1? . , . . l . . . ' . . 'T 41 ' . . . L , f' A AY . . . B, X! i " X ' ff t I f L , . , .,, - A 1 ffffffffffffffffffff ff ELKLAND PA If ff r w ff f cmss 57 X ffffffffffffffffffff Dale works hard to make hrs grades He ll manufacture wrndow shades Joan has charms She ll hrde on a farm Prxre wants to be a beautrcran She ll spend her days flshrn Shy Nancy Bower Wrll demonstrate showers janrce s future rs strll rn the dark She ll prck up rags rn Central Park Helena wrll go back to the krtchen And spend the rest of her days Charry has hope Of snarrng a dope Dolly has a dramond on her hand She ll burld her home on the desert sand jane has red harr that sets her apart She ll drrve horses and rrde rn a cart Mell was voted most frrendly of all Her husband wrll be a brg handsome doll Dawn rs full of vrgor and pep Barry doesn t really do much harm He ll greet the world wrth hrs charm Barb rs small and mrghtly She ll model chrldren s nrghtres Mendel keeps the class ahve He ll slrng hash rn a local drve Mar lrkes boys sorrows and Joys Her husband wrll manufacture toys Mrck plays rn the EHS Band She rs gorng to Jorn a nudrst clan jrm rs the most frrendly of all He ll have a grrl rn every port Emre rs noted for dancrng PROPHE Y happrly Wrll break records at grgglrng and romancrng Tall and lanky that s our Barry He ll be the frrst to marry Molly wants to be an Englrsh teacher However she ll probably be a strrptease feature Lew wrth hrs quret and rnnocent look Wrll probably be the most wanted crook Edwma wrth her pretty blue eyes Wrll gradually attract all the guys Ted can usually be seen sellrng candy Although he d much rather be sellrng brandy Davrd wrth hrs prettrest smrle Wrll baffle the grrls for a long long whrle One of the least ambrtrous of the male sex Ralph wrll frnd a soft job advertrsrng R D X Mary rs a grrl who rs always nrce She ll make traps for trapprng mrce Lrz wrll spend the rest of her days Helprng some troubled husband and wrfe Wrth looks and brarns Joyce should go places She ll spend most of her trme at the dog races Larry wrth hrs deep deep vorce Wrll be a fog horn wrthout chorce joan rs seen but never heard Srlence rs golden and at trmes preferred Whrle George rs swabbrng brrght the deck Dot wrll model shampoo Breck Charlotte rs engaged to a wonderful guy Many happy days for her wrll come by Carol and Brll wrll have a happy lrfe Crash bang there goes Drck Throwrng another trouble somebrrck From one end of Nelson to the other Sondra wrll roam Wartrng patrently for Kent to come home john the smallest of all boys Wrll manufacture baby toys Mane wrth her many needles and prlls Wrll cure many people from therr rlls Rrchard most quret of all males Wrll be the hearbreaker of all g1rls Whrle Lanny rs sarlrng the wrde wrde sea Kay wrll be wartrng on the shores of Trrpolee Mary Ellen wrll be breedrng cats For people who are troubled by troublesome rats Clrckety clank there goes Punk Rrdrng rn a Schultz motor junk There Marla wrll stand wrth her baton Wavrng rt lrke a magrc wand Pat has caught herself a man He put hrs brand upon her hand Carol rs a success at everythrng In her darkest hours she wrll strll be able to srng . , . 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WHITE STORE STEADMAN S CLOTHING STORE Elklond Po Prop Mr RoswellC Steodman Best Wlshes fo The Class Lowrencevme Penno Xu FURD CARS TRUCKS SALES SERVICE SCHULTZ MOTOR COMPANY INC ELKLAND PENNSYLVANIA 0 TELEPHONE Lili FORD MERCURY LINCOLN B S T O R IDIIIEBIIRQ 8. QLEASOII BOSTWICK QWZWX Shoes Dry Goods of the Rnght prlce SALES AND SERVICE Adduoni N, y 1oo MAIN STREET HORNELL NEW YORK LAWRENCEVILLE PA' 75 KENYON BROTHERS V ' Valley F ed Mlll ' Ti J MILTON E WHEELER PROP ilmlfulml 1889 LEED ELKLAND PENNSYLVANIA G L F FARM STORE Horse Sh In .nn M oewdhnn Farm and Hardware Supplues QNQFEENN Middlebury Center Pennsylvania THORPE S GROCERY STORE LUMAZZA S MARKET Elkland Pennsylvania D S S IVIEATS GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES e P T ST Elkland, Pl.. Beauty Salon NOVAKS England Pa FRITZ BAKERY Elkland Pa M A I N S T R E E T ELKLAND PENNA MI Q3 HQ E N S amen n-nu. oncr-umns KIDDY SHOP E1k1and Pa LANE ENC T06 CO EN Parkhurst Insurance Agency PHONE 4911 Pattison N atlonnl Bank Biildhg ELKLAND PENNA. Spencer S Residurcmi ELKLAND GARAGE Davis Varnety Store Bnfflb Stree Ekland, P ELKLAND ADELBERT SMITH t . E L K L A N D P A MALT BEVERAGE DISTRIBJTOR Ellcland Penne PENN WELLS HOTEL Wellsboro P 7 6 ., wl'fll1lTH . Q Q fil l - y - ' PHONE 4471 - ELKLAND, PA- A ll ' . . . Wewwrwwwvf , . I . ' 0 Mmemmvlwevwmmgwwm , MMNMWWMWWVMWMWN R E'Z,L'2'f"L""1" N.. ms CLARK M. BEACH DAVIS WESTFIELD. PA. O : E E WE LLSBORO . PENNSYLVAMA CAMPBELL'S RED AND WHITE MOORES MARKET C. W. ELWELL Tnoupsburq. New York Osceola Po Elkland Po I a M PUTNAM SALES 8 SERVICE INC 20 E MARKET ST JAKE 85 MAY GINSBURG COIINING WELLSBORO PENNSYLVANIA yrzc Zeaffe MAM SELLE BEAUTY SALON Em d Pa W Wesffueld P an JQREEEL E DEESYZIIIS ,ah CHARLES SURINA AVERY S RESTAURANT Elkland Pa Elklcnd Po ELKLAND ELECTRIC COMPANY LIGHT HEAT POWER PHONE 2821 ELKLAND PA BEN FRANKLIN STORES IMSHE NO Glklanal PENNsvLvANnA ELKLAND PA Farm and Home Supplies GLEASON 6 BAKEB HQTEL SIGNQR Elk-land pa INTEP IATIGNAL HARVESTER CO SALES and SERVICE Pbof rd LJDI ELKLAND PA 77 ' . 3 5 EAST AVENUE I A O ' , G. ' I. I I ' INCORPORITED 7 AAANAAA,A, AA I ' HARDWARE N 1 ,P . rw. cum To on. noun., .nd Up ennlnys e son a . . S , wnu , N I IIT NTI- I D L SHORT S M mm, !'1ooCovrlnq Applmnen EII dP WtR dP Ellcland Pa FIZANKS CHEVD OLET .HKANDPA rmmnmnl C RAY SUMNER UP 51 E Market S1801 COLD SPRINGS RESTAURANT ELKLAND K? U" LEVISION SALES sz SERVICE , , , - Lawrenceville- P01 - k an A. cs el a I 4 9 ELKLAND HOME AND AUTO s PLY f MAIN STREET - ELKLAND, PA. , . comma. N. xr. UWHEBE GOOD flxilns KIIT' Q U MIKE BAROCCO-OWNER UDE5 seuesuu. srou. SERVICE STATION NICENQIEIYEQIAEINO canning SYLV ISI TRDUPSBUKG ELK -Q-9.6 6,6 6-6- C ld S B Fu b k tball t DEAN f 1 gqmpllmznis of T EL UD mm Eb C 'Pm H' YC DICK CHURCHIIJ. L EBEN E ILL D W G1 IMRGUERITE R-BALDWIN msurancelaccountmg phone 5245i Tioga. ' r I Q, , I I sf I I C4 ' 0 Q I , 4 AI mmm 'z ture Farmers as e eam. 1' 42 OFHGAJ?hqu by azpsgansevnax f irst in """"" or al 9 quality ages EVISION C ' O N'S RED C LOPEDIA Aw C V E representative: oro eason phone 13r2 nelson, pa. illllllllllllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllilllll L.H. FAR ELO FOOD"CON FEc1'loNs 81 Novfmes WHOLESALE ELKLAND PENNA PHONE 3000 ozeng Dfwgq L, R E BAKER s. sow hHoseo tylg E1dP W S N NX N S E X W X X X E X R HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS PAINT LAWRENCEVILLE PA M MANNINO 8: SONS General Auto Repairing LAWRENCEVILLE T g C PA 80 1 0 . . 772 ' SJ O O ESIABLISHED 1909 T e U f S e lk an , a. , X, I Kai f,G00 EAR 'rmzs - lAT'rnull - ACCIIIORIII xi' 'J sr TIRES Pai C 1 X -4,5gLjl.ff' V , ' I , ioa o., . CARLSON BUICK BONGS JEWELRY 1'loGA connmer BBERLE TAN N IN G CGMPANY WESTFIELD PENNA ROMNEYDANN wand Pa' ALS FLAMINGO M Gum INSURANCE RBSTAURAN 1' "V J ...A W . Key to pictures on Page 83 mf 9 fgwf-4 X H- ff T 'Q M f is MA! lf f'Q"'i S' VW I AL WEEKS I -'v WELLSBORO , PENNSYLVANIA G NILES LUMBER WF-LIS B020 RALPH HDEWEY J EWIILERS WELLSBORO STUDI MANNINOS SERVICE STATION LAWERENCEVILLE Key to plctures on page 74 Lett to rlght, Blology ilela tx1p Pat Casbeer Catch enythlng, boys? La Verna bouthard Sore feet'9999? bmile,Katy Mars, Put your shoes on! That barefoot gal aga1n' Whatsa matter Pat? Ride 'em Co1iboy'l Key to p1ctures on page 75 Left to right Frosh initiat1on 1956 James Button Group of Hound Dogs Norm Whltsell G Jack bwun Hound Dog pails Marlene Key to plctures on page 84 Left to r1ght, Dfeamlng ag LD What 15 1t7 Lli6gU8FGS Aurthur Murray's Frlends JUDICFS Hal loween oeslgn Loelng ue1ght Love me tender Roller skatlng party Klna or young,Craui1x To be young ag ln aoccer game Fun, D1ck A lost soul Pract1ce9 Yearbook meetlng Hi you ol' Hound Dog Real sexy Jump, George! 83 H B REYNOLDS 8: SON TIOGA EVANS AUTO COMPANY WBLLSB0120 O O . - 5 . lI 1 A I D b. Q U. . Ll Cruttenden. Judy Button. CORN IN G GLASS WORKS PROMISE FOR TOMORROW One of the keenest thrills of a lifetime is yours as you complete your high school training. Corning Glass Works is happy to salute you at this important milestone. The knowledge and friendships gained in school equip you well for new challenges As you take up new roles, continue to use the same enthusiasm and imagination in meeting the future with you rests the promise of a better tomorrow VAUGHANS C Y SUMNER GALETON Comp11ments of Chappels Grocery West 181 Mr and Mrs Thomas Carter Mr ME1V1H Preston Elkiand Fred Gardner Osceola Sweet s Servlce Statlon Mlddlebury Center HKLAND ORNING 84 I-IOLLE RANS TIOGA B st N1SheS Lo the Graduates Nellle s Beauty Shop Mr and Mrs D H Rumsey The Free Press Cour1er the Northern T1er Co Cady s Boys and Men Shop Oscar s Lunch Westfleld Auto Parts Bruce D, Gleaggn fl d Fitzwater Restaurant EELBOOM OLDS if cnavnouir 531,55 mo seevuce phone 5.4511 Tioga, P Boys and Glrls E c,1.ovLa in-.Rm emma GHILDKEN SHT GENEKALINS nm FRANKLIN moan infants to Teen' Paul Wyncoop owner Osceola and Middlenury Center Maln Street Wellsboro COIIPLIKENTS OF YlR.IGHT'S RESTAURANT COIIPLIMENTS OF IARBLE AND IIOORE bMlTHb SHOE STORE POLL PARRIDT SHOES WELLSBORO BRAVE-MAN'b CORNING A L REDFIELD LLKLAND ALDELBERT blITH GARAGE LLKLAND LLKLAND CARPENTER' b PAINT SHOP RLD AND P-HITE bTORE R L BAKERQSON ROL, ' 5 DINER l STLADMAN ' S LLOTHING H call 118 day or nlght R C Steadman prop L9-Wefenceville Westfield Knoxwulle SERVICE STATION L D Powers R K Newland 85 COMPLIMENT5 OF SURINAS APPLIANCES GRADUATE BY 1952 Franklm Allen rs marrred and lrves rn Osceola Gordon Blake rs marrred and lrves rn Buffalo Gene Butler rs workmg at the Ingersoll Rand Barbara Cardman Mrs Charles Casbeer lrves rn Elk land Patrrcra Carter rs nursrng at the Veteran s Hosprtal rn Buffalo Deforrest Colegrove rs servmg rn the U S Army Marrlyn Cool Mrs Robert McClery lrves at State Col lege Pa Carolyn Cruttenden Mrs Wesley Frsh Vemon Dartt IS married and livrng rn Nelson Ester Davenport Mrs Leonard Coon lrves rn Italy Mahlon Davenport rs marrred and livrng rn Port Allega Raymond Domsrfe rs servmg rn the U S Navy Lewrs Ellrot rs servmg rn the U S Air Force Edward Enderle rs broadcastrng rn Scranton Dean Flynn rs servmg rn the U S Air Force Wrllram Flynn rs marrred and rs attendrng college Rrchard Foster rs workmg rn Lawrencevrlle and lrvmg at Troga junctron Betty Gooshaw Mrs Harry Slocum lrves rn Elkland Howard Hallock rs marrred and lrvrng rn Elkland Robert Hertzenrrter rs attendrng college rn Buffalo Dagmar Holmes Mrs Clyde Barly rs attendmg Lock Haven State Teachers College Helen Hoyt Mrs Wrllram Pond lwes rn Elkland Grace Ives Mrs james Watkrns rs lrvrng rn Rrch burg N Y Klyda Krzer works rn Bath N Y Evelyn McLean lrvrng rn Elkland and works rn Bath Paul Marold rs servmg rn the U S Army Eleanor Mather Mrs Leroy Wheatcraft rs lrvrng near Borden Sylvia Pattrson Mrs Benjamrn Bolton lrves rn Gary Indrana Kathryn O Bryan Mrs Donald Parks lrves rn Knoxvrlle Francella Russell Mrs Mark Tlynn lrves rn Elkland Dawn Sahrle Mrs Robert Lyons lrves rn Wellsboro Barbara Shotts rn nursrng tramlng Mary Srcrlrano Mrs Carol Johnson lrves rn Galeton Gall Synder IS teachrng at East Smethport P Beula Swmgle rs employed at the Elkland Tannery Theodore Van Dusen IS employed at the Schultz Motor Co and lrves rn Elkland Emest Walters rs servmg wrth the U S Army james Watkrns rs marrred and teachrng at Bolrvar N Y 1953 Patrrcra Avery Mrs Durland Harrrngton works at In gersoll Rand and lrves rn Nelson Loretta Belletto Mrs Wrllram Schoonover lrves rn Corning N Y Lours Belletto works rn the Elkland Tannery Sally Casbeer rs deceased Perry Cevette rs marrred and attendrng MSTC Nrna Collrns Mrs Donald Gullone lrves rn Vrrgrnra Edward Eckman rs attending Penn State Glen Hackett rs marrred and rs servmg wrth the U S Arr Force Carlotta Gleason rs employed rn a bank rn Rochester N Y Wrlllam Hendershot lrves at home and works at Inger soll Rand Dawn Watkrns and Molly Krersler Joanne Flynn Mrs Vrctor Dartt works rn Ingersoll Rand Elarne Hall Mrs Donald Russell rs employed at Pattrson Natronal Bank and lrves rn Elkland Ruth Kendall lrves rn Elkland Robert Krrk lives at home rn Nelson and works at Elk land Tannery Donald Mangus rs marned Francrs Marlott lrves at Elmrra and works at Remrng ton Rand Orlando Marzo rs marrred and rs servmg rn the U S Army Ward Mrleouskr rs servmg wrth the U S Army Charles Moore rs servmg wrth the U S Arr Force Madelrne Nagelr Mrs F ranklm Allen lrves rn Osceola Anna Persrng rs lrvrng rn Ohro Donald Rhoades is mamed and lrves rn Coming Donald Russell rs servmg in the U S Army joan Rupar rs trarnrng at the Rochester Strong Memorral Hosprtal Wrllram Schoonover rs marrred and lrves rn Comrng Margaret Seeley Mrs Orlando Marzo lrves rn Osceola and works rn the Elkland School Offrce George Smrth attends MSTC Marrlyn Steward Mrs Donald Mangus lrves at Elkland Ruth Thomas works rn Sayre Hospital Shrrley Walter Mrs Lyle Leach lrves rn England Eugene Watkrns rs attendrng Prttsburgh Unrversrty Darlene Warburton Mrs Howard Hallock lives rn Elk land Robert Warren lrves rn Elkland joreen West Mrs Donald Books lrves rn Nelson and works rn Elmrra N Y 1954 Anna Bartholomew Mrs Anthony Gallaero lrves Harrrsburg Dean Bartholomew rs servmg in the U S Army Kerth Blake rs servmg rn the U S Navy Thomas Borgeson rs attendrng MSTC Wrllram Buckmgham rs servrng rn the U S Arr Force Neal Butler rs servmg rn the U S Navy Burton Cass lrves rn Elkland and works in the Tannery Edrth Cavagna Mrs Ellsworth Smrth lrves rn Nelson employed at Westrnghouse rn Bath Amelra Cerchre rs attendrng MSTC Margaret Cosrer works at Coming N Y Rrchard Cox rs servrng rn the U S Air Force james Davrs rs sewing rn the U S Navy Carol Davrs rs attendrng MSTC Francrs Deacon rs attendmg MSTC Phyllrs Dom rs trarnrng at Phrladelphra General Hosprtal Gary Enderle rs attendmg MSTC Ioseph Enderle rs servmg rn the U S Army Carole Freburg IS attendmg MSTC Geraldrne Gooshaw rs employed by the Elmrra Star zette Emma Hatcher Mrs Wayne Houzell lives rn Elkland Barbara Hendershot Mrs Gorden Blake lives in Buffalo Alrce Heysham works at the Ingersoll Rand and lrves rn Parnted Post N Y Rebecca Kendall Mrs Potter lrves rn Elkland Charles Lugg rs servmg rn the U S Navy Lorralne Manley Mrs Ray Manning lrves at Nelson Mary Lou Manning works at the Ingersoll Rand and lrves 1nPa1nted Post N Y Phyllrs Mannmg lives and works at home james Marold rs servmg rn the U S Navy Donald Runyan rs servmg rn the U S Army Robert Runyan rs serving in the U S Army Y ' ' Y . . . I i I . Y ' I - ' ' - . . . . , . . ' I Y A , - - .... . . I , . . .. . . , . I . . . . . t . .y ' . , , . . V A Y Q . , . . . . HY- ' ' . . . a n n , . , ' ' . I ' - 1 I I q I 7 ' 7 ' . - I y n y I ' n , I ' 1 1 1 . - 1 - ' ' y . U . ' ' . 1 - v ' Y . , ' ' ' . . . - 1 I 1 , , . . , . . . , Y . ' ' in I I ' A . Y A ' , ' l u o c l ' . I D ' . I Q . f - 1 . . I I Y ' ' . . . . . 1 . . ' . . Y ' 7 I ' A I I ' . ' . , U ' , . Y I ' l . I 7 Pa. - - ' . ' ' V 21. ' ' ' ' Q I D I I J 1 ' I ' D I o u 1 y . . . , A. U Y - . . . -Ga- ' . D . 7 I I 1 4 1 . 1 . , . . A I ' I u , . . . . ' ' - . . I I a . . - V - . I D I I I b I 4 7 I 1 4 I A A . . . ' D 9 - 1 - - . A . I I U , . . 86 -. Roger Sahrle IS servmg ln the U S Mannes Forts Sheppa rs employed at the Pattrson Nattonal Bank and lrves rn Elkland Lawrence Stevens works at Ingersoll Rand and llves home Ann Van Dusen Mrs Taft lwes IU Elkland John Van Dusen marrred servmg m the U S Arr Force Joanne Van Gorden Mrs Jrm Cook works at Norma s Dmer and lives tn Elkland Catherme Valentr works for Attomey Glover and lwes ln Elkland 1955 Gerald Blake ts servmg ln the U S Arr Force Thomas Bnan ts employed ln Ingersoll Rand lwes at home Delores Buchmgham rs employed as a secretary rn Blossburg Hospital Clmton Burfreld IS servmg rn the U S Navy Norman Butler marrled works at Ingersoll Rand llves ln Tloga V1rg1n1a Calkms ts attending Business School rn Roch ester N Y Lots Cox rs attendmg MSTC James Davls ts servmg rn the U S Army Jean Domslfe lwes and works m Galeton P Lee Famlelo rs attendtng West Pomt Sally Hall IS employed at Commg N Y Kathryn Harkenrxder Mrs Paul Le Barron lwes at Troupsburg Wllllam Healey ltves at home and works m the Inger soll Rand Manzo Hrll IS attending MSTC Deward Hoyt IS employed at Commg Glass Works and ltves at home Edward Husted rs attendmg MSTC Dale Krlbume IS servmg rn the U S Air Force Gary Krexsler rs attendmg MSTC Joyce Krng Mrs Roger Frawley lives rn Rlsrng vrlle New York Judlth Marshall IS attendmg MSTC Nettle Moon ltves at home Rrchard Nelson IS servmg tn the U S Army Marlene Oberther Mrs Harry Hymes lwes rn Elkland Marllyn Rlce llves in Elkland Erleen Rlce Mrs Vaughn Sheppard lwes m Commg Shtrley Seamans Mrs Dean Doan lwes rn Knoxvllle Ens Slocum works at Coming Glass Works and lrves rn Osceola Emrly Smlth rs attendrng MSTC Louise Smrth Mrs Perry Cevette IS attendrng MSTC Kerth Spencer ts servmg m the U S Navy Lorrarne Stewart Mrs Donald Van Gorden lwes m Elkland Mary Swmgle Mrs Wrllram Flynn llves tn Alfred New York Mary Tallartda Mrs James D1m1tr1 lrves ln Olean N Y Hattle Thompson Mrs Durland Cllk llves tn Texas Joan Van Gorden Mrs Leslld Kmckerbocker lwes tn Elkland Kenneth Van Schalck rs servmg m the U S Alr Force James Weaver IS attending MSTC Shtrley Weller IS attending Kutztown State Teachers College Lavema Wlllrams Mrs Charles Southard lives rn Elkland This book prmted by VELVATONE a specxal process of lxtho graphxc pnntmg Sole producers Wm J Keller Inc Buffalo N Y No other pnntmg firm ms authonzed to use the Velvatone method 1956 Jeanette Andrews IS attendlng Bloomsburg State Teach ers College Marlene Avery Mrs Raymond Coleman lives in Cal rfomta Marlea Barley Mrs Lee Tumer lwes rn Hammonds port Marrlyn Butler works and lwes at Mansfield Alegra Button Mrs Ed Howard lwes m Elmrra and works at the Thatcher Glass Company m Elmrra James Button llves at home and works at the Ingersoll Rand Yvonne Carr Mrs Edwm Wade lwes ln Jasper Phyllls Cevette Mrs Ted Church IS llvmg tn Elk land and worklng at Bath for Westmghouse Electronlc Tube Kay Chrlson Mrs Pete Mlller lwes at Nelson Ronald Clark ltves at home and works at Commg Glass Works Leslre Cole lwes and works on a farm Lucy Cole attends Mansfleld State Teachers College Gary Davenport lwes at home and works for Mahlon Davenport Carolyn De Sera ltves at Commg and works at Commg Glass Works Tom Enderle lwes at home and works rn the Ingersoll Rand Rose Esposrto IS attendlng Massachusetts General Hospltal as a student nurse Hugh Flynn IS marrled and works tn the Ingersoll Rand Harry Hallett lrves at home and works rn the Tannery Jlm Harkenrtder ts workrng for the F B I ln Washlng to D C Jxm Hendershot IS rn the U S Army Sandee Herforth lwes at home and works rn the Com mg Glass Works Ernle Johnson lwes at home and works rn the Ingersoll Gary Klrk llves at home and works ln the Tannery Joyce Kltne lwes at home Robert Leam llves at home and works at home Betty Mannmg works at the Wellsboro Bank LOIS Mattlson lrves at home and works rn the Ingersoll Rand Annabelle Moyer lwes at home and works at Galeton Productlon Lmda Owlett llves at home and works for Barley Jewel er s Harold Phelps IS 1n the U S Navy Elwln Ream lwes at home and works at home Mary Renmnger Mrs Andrew Treat lwes m Mrddle bury Robert Rupar attends Mansfreld Stare Teachers College Jeanette Sheen attends Mansfreld State Teachers Col lege Durk Sherman llves at home and works m the Beam House Kent Slocum ts ln the U S Navy Jrm Stedge lrves at Troga and works at the Remrngton Rand IH Elmira Ann Swan IS a student nurse at Amot Ogden Hospttal rn Elmira Jack Talarlda IS a member of the U S Army Joan Van Dusen llves at home Maryan Whltsell Mrs John Van Dusen lrves ln Elk land and works at Galeton Productton Dale Tanner attends MSTC Rosle Wnllrams IS attendlng a Beaurrclan school ln Phtladelphra ' at . , . 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