Elkland High School - Loudspeaker Yearbook (Elkland, PA)

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presenting the elkland onnuolof1959 l .. 1" IIN 0. I Nga., 3704. 1 -005,5 6 9 . loudspeaker published 'by senior class elklond ioint school co-editor - helen egleston co-editor - rita valenti business mgr. - nancy russell ' advertising mgr. - dewaine aldrich facultyladvisor - r.1. markham cover design - kay tallarida CONTENTS dedication administration faculty graduates officers undergraduates Juniors sophomores freshmen special education grade eight grade seven grade six grade five grade four grade three grade two grade one kindergarten activities future farmers future homemakers senior play yearbook staff l1bra.ry newspaper calendar hall of fame who s who class w1ll hall romances prophecy mus1c orchestra Sz chorus Jr Sz sr band mus1c orgamzatlons chr1stmas program dance band athlet1cs baseball soccer Jr. varsity basketball vars1ty basketball 85 cheerleaders 86 future farmers basketball 88 advert1s1ng 91 graduate news 94 snapshots 100 .ii-4:1 1 1 i Y-u4,..,-,-'maids' A s fd ' 62 63 8, . -p, at pi u 64 . . 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Y L Martha Barocco Home Economlcs M S T C faculty Ruth Davxd Llbrarlan Mar1etta College P1ttsburgh Clar1on S T A Dorothy Gleason Second Grade M S T C Irene Caffo Thxrd Grade M S T C Orlando Barocco Sclence M S T C Duke Umverslty Lelgh Bower Socxal Stud1es M S T C Margaret Glenwrxght Clarence M Heck Emxly Heckart Muslc Engl1sh Fmrst Grade M S T C Cheerleadmg Advlsor M S T C Semor Class Advmsor Yearbook Sales Sz Fmance Lockhaven S T C Betty Lockwood Robert L Markham Albert Martm Dale Maurer Wxlbur Meyers Second Grade Specxal Educatxon Vocatxonal Agnculture Health M S T C Semor Play M S T C Penn State Physxcal Educatlon Yearbook Product1on Coach Buffalo State College Penn State Albr1ght Art School Sl1ppery Rock S T C George Smxth Helen Swan Le one Swan Margraff Nettle Stedge Rose Surma Sex nce 81 Math Second Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Soclal Studles MSTC MSTC MSTC MSTC MSTC 5 Martha Cardman Sarah Cardman Ernestme Cashdollar Kmdergarten F1fth Grade Thlrd Grade M S T C M S T C Temple Un1vers1ty Natalxe Ch1lson Enghsh 8: Latm M S T C Hxlda Cleveland Flrst Grade M S T C Robert Heverly Kathryn Ingersoll Margaret Jones, R N Frances C Kenyon Mary KyOfSkl Mathematlcs Flith Grade School Nurse F1rst Grade Mathemat1cs Gu1dance M S T C Robert Packer Hosp1tal Lock Haven M S T C , Bucknell Lock Haven S T C Meekers Busmess School Bucknell Roma Jean Morgan H1ldred Murray Sucth Grade Thxrd Grade M S T C M S T C Fra.nc1s Vottero Stanley Weaver Commerclal F1fth and Slxth JV Coach M S T C Bloomsburg S T C Joseph Papama Engllsh Bloomsburg W1ll1am Whalen Industrxal Arts Dr1ver Trammg Penn State 9 Penn State Marywood Vxolet Parlsh Waldo Seamans Specxal Educatlon Mus1c Lock Haven M S T C Ithaca College Irma Whxtehxll Fxrst Grade M S T C Buffalo S T C Un1vers1ty of Buffalo Pearl Wood Sxxth Grade Oneonta S T C M S T C uma, kg ' 2 M it' , A v ,I v T Y I N- ,,, 'Y' "9 . ' Q T i ' M A 5 HMB! i 51' s, A P I e a 5 , motto: knowledge is power graduates president - sally caffo vice-president - allan morgan secretary - carol pease treasurer - john kohut bn.. SALLY L CAFFO Class Presldent Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 Glee Club 1,2,3 Dance Band 4 D1str1ct Band 3 Class Presl dent 24 Cheerleader l,2,3,4 Jumor Card Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 School Radxo Reporter 3 Sen1or Play 4 Dance Club 3 Jumor Prom Comm1ttee 3 Sally IS our efflclent and perky class pres1 dent We can always depend on her to come up wxth a wuunng xdea Best of Luck JOHN S KOHUT Treasurer Band 1 2 3,4 Orchestra l,2,3 President 3 Treasurer 4 Dance Band 3,4 Dance Club 3 D1str1ct Band 2 3 Sc1ence Famr 3,4 Jun1or D1str1ct Band 1 Essay W1nner 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Jun1or Prom Comm1ttee 3 School Newspaper Correspondent 4 Bankmg Con test 4 John our eff1c1ent treasurer 1S an asset to our Semor Class John ca.n usually be found w1th a certam Sen1or g1rl C ALLAN MORGAN V1ce Presldent Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3,4 Prom Jam tor 3 Manager Magazme Sales 4 Semor Play Soccer 1,2,3 4 Da.nce Club 3 Scxence Faxr 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Allan was voted most l1kely to succeed and w1th h1s busmess hke ways, we are sure he w1ll He IS another semor wxth a very h1gh scholastxc standxng DEWAINE E ALDRICI-I Sen1or Play 4 Pop Manager 4 Advertxsmg Manager of Yearbook 4 Prom Comm1ttee 3 Dewame IS one of our fme lovmg sen1or boys Hxs wonderful sense of humor was an asset to the Semor Play But don t get your hopes up, g1rls, Dewame IS taken CAROL D PEASE Secretary Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1,2 3 Lxbrarlan 3 Jun1or Essay lst 3 Da.nce Club 3 Jun1or Prom Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Scxence Fa1r 3 Dance Band 4 Semor Play 4 DAR C1t1zensh1p Award 4 Bankmg Contest 4 Carol IS aNelson1te w1th a very neat appear ance, voted the 'frxendlxest , we heartxly agree To conslder Carol a frxend IS a real honor Best of Luck KEITH C BAKER FFA Basketball 1 FFA H1stor1an 1 FFA Re porter 2 FFA V1ce Presxdent 3,4 Th1s seemmgly quxet boy from Farmmgton has been wxth us all through hxgh school and ns always w1ll1ng to lend a helpmg hand Al though quxet 1.11 appearance most of the boys wxll vouch that he s quxte dxfferent when they get h1m alone I 2 If , 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 3 ' 1 1 1 ! Y J 7 3 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 114' 1 1 iff 1 1 1 f '13, ! 9 1' 1 - ' . . D 1 . ! I , - . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S J I 5 I 1 1 - IV ' ll ,ar . . . - . . . 1 3 1 .Q x Q D Q., , H . . , il . Qi ' 1 , 1 . M , ,L If JA! . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S 1 S ! 7 , . 1 - - 1- - 1 1 ' I , . . , . . OLA V BRIMMER Elem Ed E HS H1 L1tes4 Ola returned to us m our Junxor year Her natural curly haxr and deep d1mples are the envy of every g1rl THOMAS A CAFFO Orchestra 234 Jr Prom Comm 3 Mgr Soccer 3 Basketball 3 Dlst Orch 3 Semor Play 4 Dance Band 4 In1t1at1on Comm 4 Sam IS our tall lanky easy gomg classmate If you hear the sound of mus1c commg from the lower end of the hall, xt s only Sam prac tlcmg on h1s gultar We thmk he s pretty good PHILIP L BRUCE Soccer 1 FFA 2,3 Ph11 s mam mterest l1e s m h1s blue con vertmble and a certam someone 1n Wellsboro H1s qu1et behav1or glves people an ent1rely d1fferent outlook of hmm Hey Phil? D JEAN CASBEER Prom Comm 3 Feature Wr1ter E H S H1 Lltes 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Jean IS one of our hard workmg commerclal students We are sure she wxll make an eff1c1ent secretary Good luck ROSEMARY E BRUCE Glee Club 1 2,3 Cheerleadmg 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Comm 3 Sclence Faxr 3 Semor Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Feature Wr1ter E H S H1 Lltes 4 Who z Who and Whatz Wot 4 Rosemary IS our cute httle blonde cheerlead er who has the pep and sparkle of 5 glrls Her m1sch1ef makmg and gay ways have brought much Joy to the whole class Best of luck 1n everythmg you do, Ros1e DEAN E CASS Band 1 2,3,4 Dean s mterest l1es 1n Kenneyv1lle He IS noted for h1s study hall gamblmg Best 1n the future 13 . . -...' . . . !1!' '! ' 1 y ' 'r 9 1 " ' . 'v .. . . . , . Q . ., . . .,.. - .Q ... ' Q . . . 7 1 771 '1 9 Q , ... " . v - Y . . . . . , . ,. . . . . . ALFRED D. COLEGROVE Student Council lg Ag. 1,2g Basketball 1,21 Librarian 1. Alfred, one of our cute senior boys, has some unusual interest on Main Street. This interest and he can usually be found in his 1951 Ford. DENNIS H. DORN Basketball 1,2,3,4g Soccer 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1 2 3 4' Senior Play4' Prom Comm. 3, School Sports Correspondent3 4' Co-Captain Soccer Denny is our stmkmgly handsome athlete who according to the Hall of Fame, has many other urtues Best of luck, Denny ANNE L COOVER Malorette 1 2 3,4 Glee Club 1,2 3 Science Fair 3 Jr Prom Comm 3 Senior Play 4 H1 Lites 4 Librarian 4 Baton Instructor 4 Anne is another of the hardworking commer cial students, who also devotes much of her time to the school newspaper, the H1 Lite She is always available to work on any worth while project K WAYNE DORNSIFE Senior Play 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Soccer 1 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3,4 Co Captain Basketball 4 Co Captain Soccer 4 Wayne has contributed much to sports in his high school years Voted most athletic has been a great help in winning a lot of our basketball games VIRGIL J DAVIS District Orch 3 Dance Bandl 2 Prom Comm 3 Senior Play 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Pop Manager 4 Virgil, one of our senior athletes is also hard working on the scholastic point of x iew What seems to interest you on Ru er Street Virgil'7 HELEN J EGLESTON Cheerleading 1 2 3 4 Glee Club l 2 3 Home Ec 2 3 Home Ec Officer 3 Jr Prom Comm 3 Librarian 3 Business Manager of Hi Lites 4 Co Editor of Loudspeaker 4 Banking Con test 4 Helen IS our xibrant cheerleader who was xoted most athletic Her trim figure contri buted much to the vsell groomed appearance of the cheerleading squad Best of ex ervthing, Helen 7 3 ! ! 5 I 9 4. ! ' , , Q , 9 ' ? - - 3 S ' 3 S - ' 5 , , , vs ,2, y Q J 1 5 ' g - . ' . ' , he Band 1,2,3,4g District Band 2: Orch. 1,2,3,4: ' ' - 3 , 3 - I I 1 9 1 1 J J 1 ' I I Y , ., , I Y 7 I 7 D I . , : . , . 4 E . ! Z - . ,. , . , GEORGE E FLYNN Orch 1 2 VICE Pres 2 Small man w1th b1g 1deas thats our George After the 3 25 bell rmgs he makes a dash for h1s hot Chevy wa1t1ng outs1de 1n the school parkmg lot Good luck to you George M JOANN HEALEY Band 12,3 4 Glee Club 1,2 3 4 Orch 12 3 4 Jr Dxst Band 1 D1st Orch 3 State Orch 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Jr Prom Comm 3 Feature Wr1ter, E H S H1 L1tes 4 Senlor Play 4 SCIGHCE Fa1r 3 Dance Band4 D1st Band 4 Th1s pretty gal ha1ls from Nelson Her sunny personallty shmmg all over has made her well l1ked by all She IS noted for her super 1or athlet1c ab1l1ty R1ght g1rls' ' l 'P BRADLEY B HACKETT 3 Co Capt Basketball 3 Soccer 3 Player of the Year 3 Brad IS another one of our good lookmg Sen1or boys He can usually be found w1th a certam Sen1or g1rl For the past 3 years he has con trlbuted much to sports BETTY J HEITZENRATER Glee Club 2,3 Jr Prom 3 Sc1ence Fa1r3 Dance Club 3 Newspaper Staif 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Betty IS the sen1or w1th a heart of gold always w1ll1ng to lend a helpmg hand We re sure w1th your Jolly ways you ll be an asset to the world EUGENE L HACKETT Soccer 1,2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Baseball 3 Jr Prom Comm 3 E H S H1 L1tes 4 Gene IS one of our strong and s1lent type Sen1or s You can always depend on h1m to lend a helpmg hand TIMOTHY P KEMP Band 1 Ag 2 Spec Ed Correspondent 4 Ag Fa1r 2 Sc1ence Fa1r 4 T1m IS an 1ntellectual look1ng lad but we wonder 1f he IS really as shy as he looks How about It T1m'7 D . , 5 ' . . : ' , I 7 3 ! ! ' ! 7 9 5 . . g . . g . 5 Z - - 5 . h g g .- . 5 . 3 3 9 - Soccer 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2, 5 ' - 5 5 3 - S ' ' 1 Z 5 H ,H 9 Q Q 2 3 ' . 3 . . . - . 3 . 3 . . g . 3 . S PHILIP M LOWE Ag Fa1r 2 Dance Club L1brarxan 4 Sc1ence Falr 4 Basketball 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Mus1c Edltor for Newspaper 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Phxl IS one of the mechamcal mlnded Sen1ors H15 flrst loxe ls for hls motorcycle whlch he IS always talklng about Best of Luck Phxl MARY ELLEN OWLETT FHA 2 Junlor Prom Commlttee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Mary Ellen who has been absent from school a lot durmg the last two years has been mls sed a great deal What s thls we hear about a certaln doctor Mary Ellen'7 Get well soon JOHN A MCDIVITT Soccer 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2,3,4 Band 1 2 3 4 Drum Major 3 4 Male Quartet 2,3,4 Newspaper Staff 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Co Captam of Basketball 4 Butch IS the sen1or wxth a fr1endly smxle and a wmnmg way Another of our star athletes th1s year YVONNE L PRESHER Secretary 1 Treasurer 2 Junlor Play 12 Secretary 3 Sc1ence Fa1r 3 Dance Club 3 Band 34 Orchestra 3 Glee Club 3 Year book Staff 4 Vonn1e Jolned us 1n our Jumor year and has smce contrxbuted much to keep the money rollmg ln for our class treasurer She has been very much env1ed for her lovely blonde ha1r PHYLLIS J MOSHER Junlor Prom Commlttee 3 Newspaper Staff 4 Phyll lS the semor mth the super salesman shlp Must be they take one look at that prettx face and cant res1st MARIAL J PURDY Glte Club 2 FHA 4 Junlor P1 om CUI'I'lI111f.ILt AlthfJUL,llM8f1211 Jolncd us ln our Stmor war she has made mans flrneds Her loxelx halr 15 the enu of mam 1rls ' . I g . . 2 . 1 1 , , , in . 5 I . , . 9 ' A 1 , , , . . ! 7 7 9 ! 9 9 7 I I l 5 3 5 2 s Q ' - . . ' , he was also co-captain of the basketball team 1 V 5 ' , 5 5 S 9 7 5 1 ' 1. Y V A J 1 ' ' 1 , RONALD L QUAGLIANA FFA 1 2 FFA Basketball 1 2 Soccer 2 3 Ronald lS the sen1or w1th red ha1r and freck les we wonder 1f he has the temper to go mth It Probably so when he s workmg on those cars SANDRA L SAHRLE Jr Prom Comm 3 H1 L1tes4 Sandy IS a cut1e who has red ha1r anda temper to accompany xt Who IS usually her target'P Why s1ster Sonja of course SONJA K ROOT Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1,2 3 Dance Club 3 Jr Prom Comm 3 H1 L1tes 4 Sonja can always be seen w1th e1ther Carol or Yvonne She has contr1buted much on the SONJA L SAHRLE Home Ec 2 Jr Prom Comm 3 D1rectlyoppos1te her tw1n Sandy, Sonla IS the shy blonde who can usually be found study1n Maybe th1s 1S Just a front to fool us huh'P NANCY J RUSSELL Home E 12 L1brar1an4 Sec l Treasurer 3 Asst Ed of H1 L1t6S 4 Bus1ness Manager of Loudspeaker 4 Dance Club 3 Jr Prom Comm 3 Nancy IS a cute blonde who can usually be found at Pete s we wonder why'P Good luck Nancy D RICHARD SHEEN SCIENCE Fa1r 3 Jun1or Prom 3 D1ck 1S voted for h1s neat appearance and h1s good taste 1n clothes HIS good nature and qu1et ways have been an asset to our class Best w1shes to you D1ck V7 7 1 J 1 9 ' . . 5 '- ' . ! . , . 9 r v 1 1 Q Q . . g - . humorous side for the Hi-Liles. . 3 . . . . . . 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HUGH R SHUTTER FFA Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 FFA Sec 2 FFA Pres 3 Many hours have been put 1nto FFA by Hugh Although we dont hear much from hlm, he w11l always lend a helpmg hand Success to you, Hugh MYRA M SNYDER Glee Club 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Sen1or Play 4 Pres1dent 1 Dance Club 3 Jr Prom Comm Myra 1S one of the qu1et Sen1or g1rls We all th1nk you d1d an excellent 1ob 1n the Sen1or Play, Myra Good luck to you 1n your future years FRANCES A SICILIANO Yearbook Staff 4 E H S H1 Lxtes 4 FHA 2, 3 4 Reporter FHA 4 Farm Show W1nner 2 Fran returned to us aga1n 1n our Sen1or loss IS our ga1n Her beaut1ful shmy black ha1r wh1ch she always keeps lookmg lovely IS the subject of much pra1se TERRY L SPENCER Sen1or Play 4 In1t1at1on Comm 4 Terry noted for h1s sense of humor IS al ways good for a laugh H1s performance IH the Sen1or Play as Charley s Aunt w1ll never be forgotten Best of luck 111 the future Terry DANE C SNYDER In1t1at1on Comm 4 Although qu1et 1n appearance we are sure when you get Dane alone he lS really a r1ot He IS noted for h1S art ab1l1ty GARY B STEWART Vlce Pres 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Dark and good lookmg, that s our Gars He IS one of our more qu1et Sen1or boys You can always depend on Gary for any help 5 7 ! 7 Q 9 i 5 . 3 . . S S ' 3 g 5 . . 3. 9 . . . '- ' Q , 5 3 - year after an absence of one year. Galeton's , ' 'Y ' I V1 ' - 7 ' 7 J . 3 . LARRY W SWAN Band 1,2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Soccer 1 2,3,4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Th1s tall lanky boy IS one of our star basket ball players He IS noted for blushmg 1n classes H1s n1ce ways have won h1m many fr1ends RITA F VALENTI Cheerlead1ng 2 3 4 Glee Club 2,3 Llbraflan 3 Jr PromComm 3 Co Ed1tor of Yearbook 4 Sports Ed1tor of H1 L1tes 4 Capta1n of Magaz1ne Sales 4 Bankmg Contest 4 Th1S pretty gal hasbeenanasset to our cheer 1ng squad for the past three years She lS noted for her neat appearance and commer c1al ab1l1ty KAY L TALLARIDA Orch 1234 Band1234 Glee Club12,34 Dance Club 3 Jr D1str1ct Band 3 Dance Band 4 Pres of FI-IA4 Home Ec Awards 3 Farm ShowW1nner 2 Jr Prom Comm 3 Yearbook School Newspaper Correspondent4 FHA1 2 3 4 Kay IS our pretty dark eyed gal w1th a m1s ch1evous smxle and humorous d1spos1t1on wh1ch has won her many fr1ends She can always be seen at one of our Fr1day nxght dances trymg out a new dancmg step CLYDE K WELLS Ag Basketball 1 2 Soccer 3 Semor Play 4 Clyde s favor1te past1mes are g1rls, m1SChlEf and hot roddmg He can usually be found w1th h1S fr1ends Ronald and George WAYNE E TUBBS L1brar1an 1,4 Sc1ence Fa1r 3 4 FFA 1 Wayne came to us U1 our Jun1or year He IS well l1ked by all He can usually be found 1n the l1brary GREGORY M WHITEHILL Treasurer 1 VICE Pres1dent 3 Capta1n of Card Sales 4 Jr Prom Comm 3 Sc1ence Fa1r 3 Ed1tor of H1 L1t9S 4 Gregg IS one of our bus1est sen1ors HIS curly broum han' 15 adm1red by all He has contr1buted much to our sen1or class We are sure he w1ll go far Wlth all the 1d63S he has 9 1 Y i i J I Z I 7 3 3 ' , - ' , , Q L ' ' 5 - - 9 - S ' S g . ' I 5 I Q Y 7 l 5 Y 3 Z 3 - S 9 - Z - 9 Z - - Z Staff 1,2,3,4g Feature Writer of Hi-Lites 45 5 1 1 7 l t . , 1' 5 ' - y , , . . . ' ' 4 ' ' , 9 - : ' ' 9 ' 3 - - Z 5 - . 'iii wt 'Il I KJ .u1l'..,l N driver training instruction with Mr. Whalen. 1 fi OUI' I1l.1I'S6 OUI' secretary probably most important to our school program and the success of its progress are these people pictured here. nurse Jones is only with us part time but finds it fulltime work. our secretary left us about half way through this year to attend to a very blessed eventg our best wishesg and a warm welcome to Jane Tanner who has assumed duty in Pegs place. over on the right are two of our good custodians, armed and ready for dutyg Banjo and Emo. and last, but not least, dealing in foods, are our capable cooks catering so well to our everyday needs. 1 soup's on! iunior ofHcers pres. J. Mull, sect. A. Woodward, treas. J. Kohut, vice-pres. R. Lugg frosh ofHcers pres. B. Caffo, vice-pres. J. Vargeson, treas. D. Russell, sect. L. Green 5, senior ofHcers sect. C. Pease, treas. J. Kohut, pres. S. Caifo, vice-pres. A. Morgan soph ofHcers 1 pres. R. Learn, vice-pres. F. Moore, sect. J. ! Holmes treas. F. Caifo .I Q. , , 1 wi-v .,..: Q.. .X H, 0,3 - . 1,'.' 'Rig -01 ff.-'?'qS"'g Q - ,"' 1 7 ' S my A 4 ,L .y f . gr. 1 I x K if an 5 . 3 , mg-V? vw, +f J. . -me .,f, .xv I1 '.1,,g.s- ..g.'-wp.: D ' ln'k- 4 . ' A- nxggipfi 'ff-,H .jf Ez, .. J . " ' fn. ' '. . -r' 31' ."'. .Q-?'1l"'xf . -'N -,g AI, - ,. 'a q ,v - .Y -,'. ' D 'ix r' fail :A 'T'f"5'4 T'-ri ' ' 1 .4 4 'Q'-rf-gy .Q M, S I :.. - a+,,1,w!,,z ' 'f.""':-rw 'fl' 'm' fd? ft 4.p'?- lxvwf f- wr- I ll-1? at 1: A. nge- P, , af "11r." 'ff 7"'a v?"fi5 -cgi' N' -., 4. -J' " L ."' 4: -7 n 6-". I: A nw f ,ru 1.55 U. - W Bing --.149 . V , . ,.,.- ,,..--f undergraduaies tn. I AV I -in 4"'P lumors 1.-I' ""J' gl -if r-v 3 44.4 F1rst Row T Baker K Bennett S Flynn J Gleason G Gurnsey C Harkenrxder H Hextzenrater J Kemp Thxrd Row N Morumer H Mosher R Mu1ask1 J Mull D Pond R Preston Fourth Row R S1monett1 J Sm1th E Spencer D Swan J Swan P Thompson F1fth Row A Woodward B B11ss H Bunch J Button J Button Second Row Mr Orlando Barocco 24 + ' .0 2 4 Y Z p 4 J Q' 1 .... A ' qi .' H., 2 1 k , sn Ye i GS- ' J f F" Q .. lf - 1 ' J 4 1 .. if, Q K B ., X F- ? 1 ' 1 R Y Q "53',Vv1' A x ' xx Q J 2- ,J J' , id' J , ' ' ' 'ttf ' 4 - I 'q r .tb f .1 , .. , 2 .5 V . ., gi 9 J - A ,Ct A, 1 I V X U ' . -6 ' ': . ' 1 . 1 . 3 . Q.. v . ' : . . 'J 1.-2, ,, f'-A N., ff' l F1rst Row A Cass R Coover S Cosxer J Dav1s B DeSant1s G Farmelo Second Row C Kmg J Kohut C Lowe R Lugg R Marcy S Moore Th1rd Row D Rathbun R Rxce E Root R Rumberger T Schwarz D Sxmpson Fourth Row T Thurston J Van Gorden N Van Dusen J Vargeson J Walters J Webster F1fth Row C Zdanowsk1 Mr Franc1s T Vottero 25 5' ul -M' IUDIOFS , I 3 V ,- -Q ' ' - , J, if -v J 1 X - We i I I - I I' .4 17 . xl I-'Q "' . . ' - 4 - -is ' .,.,,-7' 3 7 -Tv A R f f h : 3, J QL,w A ' '- , is E f i' t . tg xx ' ,- A W' , - , , ' V V Y. ,X X, x H - , b X . r - R Y - g . g . 3 . 3 . . ' : . '. W, 'X I "4 xo M 'Y fb AA sophomores ,J uw X-of QA X-ui 1 IF' F1rst Row S Aldr1ch L Bledsoe R Burf1eld F Caifo L Carhn N Costley Second Row B Hazlett F Hetrlck J Holmes J Howe L Hoyt R Irwm Th1rd Row R Man ley S Manley B McLean D M1nso F Moore P Naylor Fourth Row D Rumburger C Russell E Sahrle L Seamans G Sherman J Slocum F1fth Row L Wescott Mr Lelgh Bow er v-my 456. wb 11 5 f-y A ,ar ILA qv-1 '41, Q li F1rst Row J Cruttenden B Dav1s J Gummp C Hackett T Hackett B Hazlett Second Row L Kmg P Klme D Kohut R Learn R Lehman R OBryan Thxrd Row D Pease G Powers C RICE G Rxce M A Rxce D Sm1th Fourth Row D Snyder M Snyder M Swan J Van Dusen J Walters B Zremsk1 Mr Dale Maurer 27 sophomores fl ' 1 f - I X- 1 ' .- , -5 it , I 1 ' . ' - f . Q -. '- 7' ,J , L., 3 13, 1 -A I ' , I X .' ' I Y V, A I , , A . A 1 ', J ,-0 X' ' x" ' N 4' , 'TV V Al X ' 5 B VA I .. ' as .N -ar 3 ' ff f 1 J D5 M J Q n , Q 1 X4 i Q 1 i 'Of 17? ai i 17 P1 Q Flrst Row S Baker S Bower D Brlan J Button B Caffo G Clark Second Row L Goodvnn L Green R Grlffm J Hall R Hallett G Healey Th1rd Row D Kresl ler G Lauffer R Lowe J Maln V McDonald D Morgan Fourth Row K Perry F Phelps C Rathbun A Rlce A Rxce J Runyan F1ithRow J Snyder W Smlth B Stafford S Stanlew D Stewart W Thompson S1xthRovw C Whlte Mrs Nata.l1e Chxlson F r e s h m e n 'S I Ni f -r"Q Q-vd 45 -4 l F1rst Row A Cook M Crane H Denton G Fmgler D Gee S Gee Second Row S Heysham L Hxmes S Houghtellmg C Kent F Kemp G H1lburn Thmrd Row J Mort1mer D Moyer '-' Orchowsk1 D Owlett W Patterson L Pease Fourth Row D Russell B Schm1dt C Schwartz L Sherman R Shutter M Slo cum Fmfth Row P T1l11nghast G Van Dusen J Vargeson E 7 Walters P. Westcott S. Weller. S1xth Row. J. Wh1te D. Wood. X freshmen Mr. Robert Heverly 'C If 1'-1,7 if J-6 'TD F1rst Row D Aldrxch D B11ss L Butler L Burfxeld C Carhn L Coates Qecond Row J Kmg G Kemp G Lowe H Mack B Mxtchell E Mosher Fourth Row F Schm1dt R Schm1dt F Surma R Shutter N Tallarxda F Tracy Mrs Vxolet Parlsh 30 f-6 " 2 Q -Q .J ' 'Q if " ' as .B L t J . x v0 D as if ' ,J , , I a X X ' , x X I ' . ' Lf I 1- I 3 Row D Elliottg R. Figmneirtyg Y., Gardnerg Gardner E Goodxer K Good1er Th1rd hi v3 'S' 1 Fxrst Row N Colegrove C Colegrove C Cook R Crawford L Draper R Draper Second Row W Goodrlch O Gummp A Hand J Hand G Hand A Johns Th1rd Row D Moyer L Orr C Parks P Perry F Potter D R1ce Fourth Row G Tracy R Tubbs M Walters G Webster R Whlte D Wheeler Mr Albert Martm special educohon A, r i , -- as 5 E , -J 4 5 I , - 1 ' I 1 I Q I a.,V i I Li ' X n ., , , - ' - - If , 5 , 5 X - Q6 1. A V 3 , -i A A 1 1 ' : . 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 . : . ' 5 . ' ' 5 . 5 . 5- . 5 . . ' . 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 . . : . 5 5 . 5 . 5 . ' 5 . . h M :Q . 4 I 0 O JIAL 4-.J -H A Pvt? I-as "7 i V1 Y 4 i -ri Y? Fxrst Row J Aldmch J Axery E Balley D Baker P Bennett L Bledsoe Second Row L Cole C Dams D Doan W Dugan K Hendrlckson D Heysham Th1rdRovw J Home D Hoyt C Hughes T Jones E M1111HSk1 B Murray Fourth Row L Perxgo J Preston P Preston B Quaghana N Stanley D Stoddard F1fthRow F Tallarmda E Van Scha1ck W Walburn S Woodall Mrs Rose Surma -u L grade eight ggkl A, A A X 1 V if 0 Mfjii A . n L :lf W 'V X zfaffji' A l , I Q - 5' I '- fs f -1 C., l e vf ff W 4 . K ' X , X Y ' V . ..,,.,,.,,.,,,, X ' A e " -9 '5 f s Q R Y '7 - 4 - f 1 f , , ff: , ...., fy 1 k , 1. J' 'Sv ' r' f j D f X 3 90 S xflfv -ui Lg, "' T7 Y-fl' """' 'Q' A 1 iii so 4.9-ni 1.3 r-. Fxrst Row K Burfxeld N Butler R Carl C Carlm R Causer K Elhott Second Row J Enderle R F1sh V Flynn S Gee F Hatch P Krexsler Thxrd Row J Laughner J Lockwood M Mam A Manley V Matuson D Root Fourth Row D Sahrle M Sch warz J Sereno P Slocum C Walters P Walburton F1fth Row M Wells R West N Wmlson C Wood M1ss Mary Kyoskx I' fr' 1 grade eight .L . slit Q 4 M i 6, , V I 1 - f J LL 1' ' Java. YA L? I 4 J , . 3 J 1 8 y A hir X4 - M J QQ' "df ' 'A 1 . I E A f no J G b ' vi by J 'I 'fC 14W I A My Q V W .ang Y in 1 . 4 AX 7 VV I f X 9, F Vw 4 Q . . gi kt w 4 , X 1 . N. ' ' Q' , .l -A . J l 'il '3 F . 4. 9 - ' IL . ' g' ,J ' ' 1 J ' am' oi 3 ff A-'-'xr l 'Q' 'TID 'O sq? ,ai A gal 3 to-11 fy' ps. Q 4 41, "' , 449 'Q' v-'Q 1 'wa if f-wp .gr W' If N1 ,Q ri 'pg' fav M. I 51 ,A C' 'YT F1ret Rovt A Baker S Baker A Blanchard D Barocco J Bost B Brown Second Rev. N Bruce J Campbell W Cardman P Carr M Cleary. K Croft Th1rdRou C Colegrou D Darby J Dans G Doan I Doan J Eckman Fourth Row D E tstun J Egltstcmn B Ellmtt P Enderle P Fmclll J Fsh Fxfth Row S Foettr J Gu A Hartley R Horton S Johnson R Kent S1KthRmx M K1zer J Krxtsler R Mam S Mallors J Matxs J McLean Sexenth Row D M1ller grade seven 1.497 ' -, K W Q 4 ' Q. 1 1 V f,-1,5 ev sg 5 , N , , fum "mf: .IX vq - f "-.4 v-ai A O .rg 1 L ' '77 'J ,A it 'Qs A 1 . , lr., J I 2 ' I l W f Pb. lx 1 , 4 I' J I t f 3 wk ug., KC H ' 4. ? J 4. 'Y ,:,Vf: H? df -J ' J Q. ' l '- l 'X - 'A lk Q , L ' tlel P4 V yd ' Q J r , . f 2.- J I . , , V . . t .X fb 1 1 ! ' NH V QS If, gf ' 1 J X-f I .j'.fL P" 6 A 'f ' f J 1 ' -un ,Q V 'ii ' V , -J ' -- I m , v'1 Y, X . M K V '. ,- . - in : -if ft ' f t ' A 1 . Q 1 ..j.- ' ' 1. .l 1 . " . i.. A .: Al.-,ffl ' 'H lzx X.. x 1: 7 U U: :Q i L 1 . V. . H ': '. 1 A f -1 A fig I var O, Gangs 5 CZ? C -v. 94- ""' - 'Liv .1 N--Q -4- -MW? ln? 1 Q-.Q 0-0 -Y? 'E' F1rst Row J Mull N Murray C Oberther S Orr N Osterhoudt L Per1go Second Row C Perry B Phelps J Phelps S Pohng R Preston S Preston Tlurd Row G Rathbun D Rxce L Rxce R RICE M Schooner G Schultz Fourth Row H Schwarz J Seely B Sherman G Sherman I Sherman M S1mpson F1fthRow C Smxth M Srmth J Spencer D Stull D Taylor M T11l1nghast Svcth Row J Tombs W Walters J Whxte R Wh1teh1ll J Wmles K Zremsk1 grade seven as Mr il wi .14 ,r .J S: ,ff 'B' Joseph Papan1a Mr George Smlth ,. .X r J 5 - ,lf U 45 Q . N 'N ' - -5 X , 4 J. J, J , - Q f , I r' . ' 1 - 6 . Y f X V 'rf' 3 ' N4 'fkr ' X or X LM x ' if , W K- I 1 ,., I A x-9 rq, J, , " ' S ' -3 I g --az J A W x I J My . YI I fi , X x ., ' tk we-J pntl x ' ff' A 4 'X S' f7Z-?Jii2:- 1 A f ' A ff -J . f' f 7 0 , V ' 'Q M5 f QQ Q -it , W1-42, ','f',,, , .SJ , .S , J X 71,1 , 48 f -Y at ' ,fn Q -o M a A, I If , 'W A ' X ' I ' ff' N 'J A J ' f N. ' A , 'I' he , A f Y' AQ up - a p .4 I ,., V t if O ' ff 1 Al ' ,fl S zu' . 3 . 5 . 1 . ' ' g . 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L L? l . . g . g . if fi -6 'Y' 9.5 CT r 3 L 1 v fa I it i L 0 .4 f fafafx W fake -av n li' -P5 F1rst Row C Aldrxch C Bacon S Baxley S Baker T Baker B Blanchard SecondRow J Cook C Cummmgs E DeSera Y Dewey D Drake R Duretta Th1rd Row N G1a.ntomas1 W Hackett W Hackett L Hahn C Heatwole R Hextzmrater Fourth Row J Charles N Johnson G Klmgler R Kmckerbocker V Kmckerbocker M Lauffer Fxfth Row P Mxles S Mosher Mr Stanley Weax er g ro de fl ve . 1 . ,S 1 In ' -0- 9, I 4 A " ' , v' J h ' - ,f.v.j A , K . V 1 N ' ' Z f A I . if I, 1 ' I V, 3 - -. A x .. 4 ' ' fc ' Ps , - 4-K . 157 , A , I I ,, 0:7 J 9 y s I I 12 , I :J - 1, ' I Q ', , 1 . ir' I K Vx 4.Q, X rf y 1- V' li I f' X 'L 5 A . 'W " W . f ff '. .5 S- g F A ...PW ., . ' f - . " ' , Eff . QL or x N X z A I 9 B-5: ,I , I . , I t-., , , A M 5 ,A '. Q 4 ri C ' L , ' -fx,,Q Q ' 2 " ' 'P XQV, 5 Al ,f ' f , m B A . i I I . ' 1 . ' 5 . 5 . '- g . 5 . g . 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L 3 Nf -6 "" wrvnv Flrst Row W Ahearn W Balley S Blanchard M Brown J Bruce A Bunch Second Row A Dewey S F1nch V Fmelh L Gaudmo D G1ordano R Gleason Th1rd Row J Kemp B Kent J K1zer S Krxse W Lehman J Lewls Fourth Row M Moul ton P Moulton O Oberther K Outman R Parmsh M Perry Fnfth Row K Sherman C Sherman W Sherman L Sxmpson E Sly P Stanley S1xthRow R Volante J Wakley W Watson L Wh1te Mrs Leone Margraff 4l W3 1 5 ul ,,, R145 -Q:-LL. 'Y-RSP '40- ini f 'Uv I 'Qui sv -i - - '- D' ' 3. 1: 'K' X' X! M , . , -' K. x ,. , A , av - . ,f : f I .f-' ' , 4-,J. Q J' ' A 1' I ,Q f-.f H L - Y on 3 -A , X ir' y - 15 iw , , 'v 1 -.4 ' N .. K, Y' 4 4 I 1 V4 V A f 'V' 1 ,, A ' V 1 I 'A ' ' N .5 2. ix NU 'Q I5 f' " A I W I it .1. Iv f , I V I A ' 1" ' e . s fri D If I X 94 I I A ' v-2 -4 X ' A ng r 4' , '-J' f " ,f " A , .1 , f' 1' l , Al' ', ' , ,J 1 ,JZ X 1, f , kd . , t . 4 l I In M I A 'J J if N- - X 0 , 1? K ,Q 1' , t X L, , K 'xxx F '--1 , , ' 1 f' X' 2 : . 5 . . : . ': . ' : . 1 . 5 . ' g . 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Q ,.:: Vo Q ,Q 3 aa X 'tb ix'nu miss elkland of 1958 linda brown activities D Gee G VanDusen H Shutter D Stewart G Rxce Mr Maurer J Kemp D Swan K Baker J Button G Sherman C R1ce D Rumberger J VanDusen,W Thompson R Shutter L Hoyt W Smxth B McLean future farmers the dekalb agnculture accomphshment award IS presented each year to outstandmg sen1ors m vocat1onal agrlculture by the dekalb agrxcultural assomatxon mc of dekalb 111111015 the rec1p1ent IS chosen on the basxs of character and outstandmg acluevement w1thm the fxeld of agrxculture thxs years wmner IS Kxeth Baker, p1ctured at the r1ght who IS already well on h1s way towards be commg a farmer h1s farmmg program conslsts of one purebred holstem cow and one holstem he1fer m wh1ch he has 100i ownersh1p and 15 head of grade holstems IH wlnch he has 5096 ovmershlp ke1th has been actxve m many ag organ1zat1ons such as ffa, the grange dhxa, glfc, and mcmpa as a ffa member, he holds the green hand, chapter farmer, and county farmer degrees he w111 be an ap plxcant for the keystone farmer degree next year he has also held many off1ces and pos1t1ons 1n the local chapter of the ffa such accomp11shment should go far to motlvate present and future students of vocatxonal agr1cu1ture congratu1at1ons kexth offxcers J Kemp K Baker H Shutter G Sherman Mr Maurer W Smxth D Rumberger G RICE nnnrns fm, I I QNX 45 'J I 1? l e fuk 1 ,V , . ,. Q.. g. g.'g . 3. g. 3. g. 5. 3. 3. g. '. g. g. 5. g. . . . .. . ., . . - ' -. 5. 3. IJ- 3 - 3 . 5. 5. . Tb ..- NX- in L! L C Harkenrxder, K Ta11ar1da J Van Gorden, J Dav1s R Lehman J Gummp, B Hazlett M Snyder M Purdy F S1c1111ano, P Thompson, C Kmg, H Heltzenrater B DeSant1s, D M1nzo P Wescott P Khne future homemakers The 1mportance of homemakmg IS expressed wxth purpose to promote growmg apprec1at1on of makmg a home the 1mportance of worthy home membersh1p, the encouragement of democracy 1n home hfe, and to work for good home and famxly hfe for all Thxs year Kay Tallarxda was chosen from many competmg homemakers part1c1pat1ng m the Betty Crocker Search for the Homemaker of Tomorrow contest to become the honored Elkland s Homemaker of Tomorrow, for 1959 Congratulatwns Kay' Farm show wmners thxs year C Harkennder I-Ie1tzenrater,J Dav1s, B DeSa.nt1s, F S1c1111a.no, P Thompson, K Ta11ar1da andJ Van Gordon 59 1 J' " N chorleys cunt The sen1orproduct1on under the d1rect1on of Mr R L Markham was Charley S Aunt by Brandon Thomas Unhke any other year at Elkland, Charley s Aunt was produced ln the round That 1S m stead of the usual stage settmg the act1on took place 1n the center of the gym floor w1th the aud1ence seated on all four s1des Profess1onal11ght1ng equlpment was rented from the Amherst Stage L1ght1ng Company of Buffalo, New York wh1ch 1n 1tself was completely novel Some of the h1gh l1ghts of the performance would mclude a masterful and understandmg perfor mance of the real aunt by Myra Snyder and a rolhcmg unmh1b1ted portrayal of Charley s Aunt by Terry Spencer A.nd what would they have done w1thout the frequent entrances and ex1ts of good old Brassett, played by Alan Morgan? Terry deserves spec1al recogmtlon for h1s remarkable comeback after mlssmg over a weeks rehearsal because of 1llness Congratulauons to each and every member of the cast for a fme performance and specxal thankyous go to our prompters Carol Pease and Joann Healey, and l1ght1ng hands Wayne Dornsxfe and Denn1s Dorn Look for more p1ctures from rehearsals and performance on page 89 Here are some scenes from Charley s Aunt snapped by John Kohut and Mr Markham i s XX 60 A Coover typing K Tallarida, cover d9S1g'l'l and typing S Caffo, student pictures G Stewart, stu dent pictures M Snyder,teachers pictures R Bruce, student pictures F Siciliano, student pictures Y Presher, write ups J Healey, write ups C Pease, typing N Russell Busmess mgr co ed1tors H Egleston andR Valenti D Aldrich advertising mgr sto production advisor R. L. Markham and sales and finance advisor C. M. Heck. 6! seated N Russell B He1tzenrater P Lowe A Coox er Mrs Dav1s standlng D Snyder M Sny der P Klme, S Cos1er D Rathbun J Walters A Cass D Blxss M RICG, J Gu1nn1p C Russell D Aldr1ch Thls year vfe hate a regular room wxth new shelx es, chargmg desk and card catalog Many new books f1ct1on as well as non f1ct1on haxe been purchased wxth the money left by the classes of 1954 1957 There are also many new reference books on the shelxcs The student l1brar1an under the dlrectlon of Mrs Dax 1d are learmng cataloglng, mendmg checkmg books for the shelves preparmg the nev. books for use and puttlng up bulletm boards pertammg to books 1n the llbrary ln addmon to chargmg books for the students All students from the 7th grade through 12th are hax mg classes ln Llbrary Sc1ence vnh1ch 15 taught by Mrs Dax 1d library 'fi 5 A 1. ,. ,.',.',. . :. ,.- ,. . ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . ,. , , YY .yy . , . ! YV - V, 'Y I ! 1 7 , . ! O Mig' 'aft .1 A. Q i f"'1 Q1 les :J li , an-J The newspaper staff at work New 1n school act1v1t1es th1s year was a school newspaper t1tled E H S H1 L1t9S The newspaper staff was composed ent1rely of Sen1ors E H S H1 L1t9S was prmted once a month and sold for fn e cents a copy The date of publ1cat1on was the f1rst Monday of each school month Much knowledge and valuable exper1ence was gamed 1n startmg the f1rst school new spaper IH Elkland H1gh School Next year we plan to form a Press Club whose members mll be composed of students from both Jun1or and Sen1or H1gh School The present staff of E H S H1 L1tes w1sh to thank all persons who hate so w1ll1ngly gu1ded and en couraged them m the pub11cat1on of the school newspaper The newspaper staff cons1sts of the folloxung Ed1tor IH Ch1ef Gregg VNh1teh11l Ass1stant Ed1tor Nancy Russell Bus1ness Manager Helen Egleston Sports Ed1tor R1ta Valent1 Art Ed1tor Butch Mc D1v1tt MUSIC Ed1tor Ph111p Lowe SOC131 Ed1tor Phyll1s Mosher Spec1al Educat1on Sandra Sahrle and T1m Kemp, Elementary Ed1tors Anne Coow er Ola Br1mmer Frances S1c1l1ano Jun1or H1gh Sandra Sahrle and Tim Kemp' Feature Writers-Rosemary Bruce Kay Tallarida Joann Healey and Sonja Root' Advisor-Mr. Vottero. newspaper L. sept. sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept sept oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. calender first day of school cafeteria opened. the seniors nomi- nated class officers. soccer prac- tice began after school. senior officers elected cheerleaders sponsored first dance. junior officers were elected. seniors divided into sales teams for their magazine campaign. juniors ordered their class rings. seniors sponsored their first dance with home-made candy as a feature. cheerleaders chose new uniforms. library opened today. first soccer game. won. the photographer was here today for student yearbook pictures. cheerleading practice began. soccer game. won. senior sponsored dance. first news- paper meeting. soccer game. lost. first yearbook meeting. soccer game. won. future homemakers initiation day. soccer game at home. won. dance. newspaper meeting. juniors commence card sales. senior portraits were taken by delmar. class colors were chosen. Cturquoise and whitej sales goal was surpassed, total S2850.26. soccer game. won. first rollerskating party soccer game. tie-O0 dance. seniors welcome Murial Purdy. everyone studying for six weeks tests. pictures came. seniors watched "Macbeth", soccer game. won. cheerleaders held the Hcheerleaders' bandstand" dance giving away a camera and a stuffed dog. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. oct. HOV HOV HOV HOV. HOV HOV HOV HOV HOV HOV HOV HOV freshmen elected officers. nine seniors attend career day at mstc. senior proofs came. soccer game. won. seniors recited the dagger solilloque from Macbeth. first reading of charleys aunt. re- port cards went home. soccer game. ? ? ? dance. charleys aunt tryouts were held after school. jr-sr scholarship test. magazine party for Greg by Rita. yearbook meeting. play practice. soccer game. won. junior hobo dance. first edition of the ehs hi-lites. teachers institute for two days. vacation! district soccer playoffs at blooms- burg. lost. second rollerskating party. yearbook meeting for completion of first installment. amature show try- outs. basketball tryouts. basketball practice started. delmar photographer was here for group pictures. senior play ticket sales began. carol pease voted to receive the DAR good citizenship award. dance. junior card sales netted a total of S1456.85. opening night of charleys aunt, in the round. second performance of 'charley' six week tests craming begins. HOV nov. 26 nov. 27 dec. 1 dec. dec dec dec. dec dec dec dec dec dec dec dec dec dec jan. jan. jan. ja.n. jan. ja.n. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. calender junior class rings arrived. second edition of the hi-lites came out. helen, rita, john, and carol tied in the banking test taken on the 24th. thanksgiving vacation is finally here. no school- deer season. double-take yvorme preshers short hair. third rollerskating party. retakes are in order. first basketball game. lost- non- league. non-league basketball game- lost. card sales party caps and gowns ordered first league game. won! no school doe season basketball game. won. basketball game. won. basketball game. won. christmas program 1-6 christmas program 7-12 . start of christmas vacation. school again. basketball game. won. rollerskating party. roberta irwin, sonia cosier, joann healey attended district band for two days. basketball game. won. junior essays due. basketball game. won. word was received that roberta irwin was chosen to represent elkland at state band in blairesville. pep meeting. basketball game. won. victory dance. basketball game. won. mid-term craming begins. mid-term exams. basketball game. won. victory dance. ja.n. jan. jan. jan. feb. feb. feb. feb. feb. feb. feb. feb . feb . feb . feb . feb . mar mar mar mar mar mar apr . apr . apr . may may may june george flyrm left for Westfield. basketball game. won. best junior essays were announced. lst, jack swan, 2nd, helen bunch, 3rd, robert lugg. aptitude tests for seniors. mr. vot- teros bkkg class went thru the tan- nery payroll dept. roberta irwin is at state band. basketball game. won. victory dance julia kohut was chosen to rep- present elkland in competition for a trip to the united nations. basketball game. won. rollerskating party. seniors plan senior trip with help of mr. weiss from the travel bureau. basketball game. won. no school. too much ice. junior high basketball game in as- sembly. pep meeting. basketball game. won. basketball game. won. tetnus shots today. pep meeting. basketball game. won. basketball game. won. shots. all-star game. won. rollerskating state orchestra band concert easter vacation return to the old grind. rollerskating scholarship tests at wellsboro junior prom- rapsody in blue commercial students to participate in business education contest at bstc senior trip to washington. baccalaureate services commencement most attractive dennis and rosemary most athletic helen and wayne nicest smiles kay and dennis best all-round dennis and helen prettiest hair brad and yvonne best dancers kay and greg hall of fame most school spirit rita and greg best dressed rita and dick most popular sally and dennis most studious john and carol most friendly butch and carol most likely to succeed sally and allen J"" I Hifi closs will Dewaine Aldrich leaves Barbara to Philip Naylor Keith Baker leaves his farm to Jim Button Philip Bruce leaves his hot convertible to Terry Hackett Rosemary Bruce leaves her quick temper to Judy Button Sally Caifo leaves her like for Mr Heck to Lorena Carlin Virgil Davis leaves his clarinet to Harley Mosher Dennis Dorn leaves his love for girls to Richard Mulaski Wayne Dornsife leaves his basketball ab1l1ty to Duane Pease Helen Egleston leaves her cheerleading ab1l1ty to Rosemary Griffin George Flynn leaves his s1deburns to Dick Learn Bradley Hackett leaves to work full time in the Tannery Murial Purdy leaves her long hair to Fonda Moore Tom Caffo leaves his base fiddle to Sam Baker Jean Casbeer leaves her quiteness to Linda Pease Dean Cass leaves Jesse Howe to gamble with himseli Alfred Colegrove leaves to work in Campbell s store Anne Coover leaves her part in the senior play to anybody who can put up with Mr Markham Gene Hackett leaves his neatness to Ben Caffo Joann Healey leaves her athletic ab1l1ty to Bormie Hazlett Betty I-leitzenrater leaves her dislike for shorthand to Anita Wood ward Tim Kemp leaves his shy ways to Gordon Powers Philip Lowe leaves to Join the service Butch McD1v1tt leaves Clara to finish her two years Allan Morgan leaves his knowledge of airplanes to J 1m Vargeson Phyllis Mosher leaves for Wellsboro Mary Ellen Owlett leaves her smallness to Shirley Weller Carol Pease leaves her position as class secretary to anyone who wants it Hugh Shutter wills Mr Maurer a yellow cow with orange strips Dane Snyder leaves Rosemary Griffm to the rest of the boys Myra Snyder leaves her acting ability to anyone who can qualify for Terry Spencer leaves Mrs Chilson to some peace and quiet in her Latin classes Gary Stewart leaves his neat appearance to Janice Button Ronald Quagliana leaves his like for cars to Ronald Coover Sonya Sahrle leaves her quiet voice to Judy Mull Sonja Root leaves her devilish activities to Sonja Moore Nancy Russell leaves her Job in Pete s to Faye Hetrick Sandy Sahrle leaves her Westfield address book to Julia Kohut Dick Sheen leaves his clothes to Jack Swan Larry Swan leaves Mr Heverly Kay Tallarida leaves her dancing ab1l1ty to David Owlett Rita Valenti leaves her cheerleading voice to the new cheerleaders Clyde Wells leaves his red hair to Gene Farmelo Gregg Whitehill leaves the newspaper to the Junior class Frances S1c1l1ano leaves to get married Wayne Tubbs leaves Mr Barocco to Dale Rathbun John Kohut leaves with Phyllis Ola Br1mmer leaves her short, waxy hair to Janice Van Gorden We the class of fifty n1ne here unto do affix our seal on this day in June, nineteen hundred and fifty nine 'WOOD OCOOOOOOOODOOOOOOO bafa' ff-f7vf0757UWf59375fvlv7570fv95fGf N f elklln class of 1959 5 Yvonne Presher leaves her sunny disposition to Sonia Cosier. it' . . . . 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York Yankees semary and Helen can be seen sellmg and collectmg t1Ck6tS for each gam Yankee Stadlum eorge has now replaced Errol Flynn on the Late late late, show Butch 15 a H1story teacher 1n a g1rls school mth many adm1r1ng students Allan has become a s1ng1ng rage and carr1er h1s guxtar wherever he goes yll1s lS content to stay at home w1th her 4 ch1ldren ry Ellen IS part owner of a 1ad1es mg store Q rol 15 servmg her 4th year of a 10 year term 1n S1ng S1ng Yvonne has now replaced her father as pr1nc1pal of Elkland Cowanesque and W 11amson Elementary schools gh 15 marr1ed happ1ly Dane W61ghS tomatoes 1n a vegetable factory yra 15 now the Helen Hayes of stage rry IS now s1ng1ng over Wheelmg, West V1rg1n1a ly plays the v1lla1n 1n Horror mov1es 9 Tom IS now the outstand1ng wrestler of the nat1on Jean 15 Hollywood s newest pm up g1rl Dean 1S a notor1ous travelmg gambler hunted by every pol1ceman H1 the country Alfred lS the proud father of 12 beaut1ful ch1ldren Anne has started her own secretar1al school 1n New York C1ty ,1 ann has estab11shed her oum cat hosp1tal Gene IS a 11fet1me Judge at the M1ss Amer1ca contests tty has become t v s newest rock n roll smger T1m IS a courageous l1on tamer 1n Barnum Kr Ba11ey c1rcus 1119 the well knovm bronco buster 15 now tour1ng the East Ind1es Ronald models men s clothmg for Robert Hall cham stores onla IS the nat1on s heartbreaker who IS the top1c of all scandal magazmes Sandra stars 1n the show How to marry a m1ll1ona1re D1ck 15 the proud ovsmer of the nat1onal1y known SHEEN S CLOTHING STORE rry IS the star basketball player for the Ph1lade1ph1a WRFPIOTS R1ta 1S the leader of gang wars 1n New York C1ty yde 1S a great h1stor1cal wr1ter usmg lnmself as the hero of all h1S stor1es egg IS a part t1me 3an1tor 1n a department store 1 Mur1a1 IS the wr1ter of a column on the order of Dear Abby usmg Dear Mur1a1 Frances IS a profess1ona1 Jewel th1ef and also the wealthxest person l.Il the Un1ted States Nancy w1ll probably have her own harem of men yne IS head l1brar1an at Penn State Un1vers1ty nya owns a nursery school 1n Osceola, Pa 'Il V1 ' ' " ' . . B ' -' ' . . Ro ' ' ' G . . . , . y , A . . . Ma ' - ' " . a --. . . . - , 1 .. ' I D 1 A Hu ' ' ' . ' Te ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . Ga ' ' ' ' . Qy is now showing new steps to Arthur Murray. Be . .' ' ' . ' Gr . . , . . ' .l.1- 7 1.1.1. 7 Wa , - . . . .- So ' . W LL. : 5 -3 'gf S .' A it - W9 fr! .JQQA 1 ff X' X, li f', is.'M :six D . 5 0 t ,fa IZ .Q I.. i -4 Ji 10" fb 'L ' kb. 1 - .5 N., I 4 'J 1, ' n o 'w on ,,-, A f gil. 1 as I ' , "hs" i ' " r ff . . "V H fp Y Q ' A' v - sir 0,4 s V 1 ,,,--"1-gilpi' .. 4' If ,xy ,Q . f H L, . fu' if ww' ff ' it 133, ' ,f' .7 ', t ,h j.. 'TEH "f - 'V .. f,'.'- N" " ' ' lk ' . 'n 'rf 'Q r- ,-.- 3- L- 1 42- -,A .- ' rf , ap cy, as A 7 7' .ir V J-pr 'Q -any ' '.wL..4:'bl"- fs. ' -' ' N 'A I H A fku, , , nl' 4 U 9 At' .94 -Q l Q f ,1 ,gc ' 1 A- N7 r , A A-fi" ,. go LL ',-- H' 'Nl .5 Q sr 7.44 1, 'hs 'l I J' Ain! '-5'-.1 Wm J-,f,,wy9w ,g,,,,,,. .,""n Q- N QI- music J. Holmes, D. Swan, S. Cosier,A. Morgan,J. Campbell.A. Woodward,A. Cass,N. Mortimer, J. Kemp, G. Healey, P. Warburton, J.Healey, T. Caifo, Mr. Seamans, S. Moore, R. Irwin, J. Gleason, R. White- hill, D. Morgan, K. Zremski, K. Tallarida, S. Bower, K. Elliot, R. O'Bryan, R. Manley, T. Lugg, R. Learn, N. Van Dusen, R. Griifin, V. Davis. orchestra and chorus S. Cosier, L. Wescott, C. Schwartz, J. Vargeson, D. Minso, A. Woodward, E. Spencer, L. Seamans, B. Davis, B. Zremski, P. Tillinghast, L. Green, F. Kemp, M. Crane, R. Irwin, J. Healey, Mr. Sea- mans, P. Wescott, E. Walters, D. Morgan, F. Phelps, R. Simonetti, K. Bennett, J. Walters, V. Mc- Donald, F. Caffo, S. Aldrich, J. Cruttenden, D. Brian, C.Russell, F. Hetrick, A. Cass, A. Rice, R. Marcy, J. Snyder, R. Learn, T. Lugg, J. Holmes, R. Coover, H. Denton, B. Caifo, J. Van Gorden, D. Lowe, J. Gleason, R. Griffin, S. Manley, K. Tallarida, J. White, J. Runyan, L. Goodwin, S. Baker, D. Rathbun, J. Vargeson, R. O'Bryan, D. Swan, J. Swan. ' . . r Presher D Swan P Lowe G Powers J Holmes B Morgan D Miller B Mc- Mr.Seamans,Y. 11,.',. ,. 2,. ,. ,. ,. Divitt, R. Horton, K. Elliot, S. Bower, D. Stoddard, S. Root, P. Kreisler, P. Warburton, L. Himes, S Cosier, T. Schwartz, K. Tallarida, S.Moore, J.Gleason, C. Dorn, P. Finelli, S. Cashdollar, M. Kizer J. Healey, S. Johnson, C. Schwartz, J. Aldrich, G. Schultz, J. Campbell, K. Williams, B. Zremski, J Eckman, D. Cass, T. Lugg, E. Van Schiack, L. Pease, R. Manley, R. Fish, K. Bennett, J. Runyan, D Heysham, C. Hughes, G. Healey, R. Irwin, C. Pease, R. Griffin, R. O'Bryan, A. Morgan, D. Morgan D. Rathbun, K. Zremski, D. Pond, D. Lowe,N. Wilson, E. Milinski, N. Van Dusen, G. Clark, R. Learn J. Kohut, J. Swan, V. Davis, A. Cass, B. Caffo, R. Whitehill. senior ond ir. bond Mr. Seamens, D. Minso, C. Oberther, J. Olin, R. Fish, J. Himes, D. Woodward, E. DeSera, O. Ober- ther, L. Perigo, A. Coover, K. Sherman, T. Hopper, S. Heitzenrater, C. Wheeler, S. Perish, D. Mc- Cormick, S. Root, N. Johnson, P. Miles: C. Searnens, J. Gleason, Y. Dewey, R. Heitzenrater, J. Mar- tin, J. Laughner, M. Elliot,A. Hartley, S. Johnson, Y. Healey, N. Russell, J. Seeley, D. Carl, J. Rum- msey, P. Croft, G. Hopper, R. Parish, J. Cosier, R. Wilson, R. Davenport, V. Mattison, M. Cleary D. Osterhoudt, C. Davis, B. Murray, N. Murray, C. Perry, G. Schultz, T. Watson, R. Enderle, R Lumazza, M. Farmello, R. Duretta. v Q m i. fn va, 9 , fjl--5 ' 242 , 112,31 -, - , Aff- ' . 'Of F ,r , A- ., . a Q 1 f uf We K 13 wi , 1 A baton class 'N X elif L 0, .tu 'IQ 1 J I 4 1 Wi. , ' Q , S li f Q - xl-' '-S' M4 j Q 5' If if ., XA' 7.17 X JJ 1 X X R X- N fx If X P R Coover J Holmes R Learn R Lugg,R O brlen J Swan J McD1v1tt B Caffo and D Rath bun under the dlI'6CI10l'l of Mr Seamans made up the double quartet 83,9430 5 if 1 Mrs Glenwrlght dlrected thls group from the ele mentary Chorus music organizations A Cass S Cosmer L Seamans, C Hackett, B Dav1s S Manley, R Irvun S Aldrlch and F Ca.ffo were members of the trlple trlo Thls year three of our most prom1s1ng musrc students were chosen for and attended dlstrlct band They are as plctured J Healey, flute S Cosler trumpet andR Irwm clarmet Plctured on the oppos1te page, our majorettes are Swan M Snyder, and D Snyder Attendmg all state band was R Irwm, clarmet . , , . , I. ' A: . A , . 7 ! ' l ' .' , . V . , . . " J ' r 'A . J ' 1 ' ' , . . at I 2 7 4 7' 9' V641 bl V I A . - , fm '-. r x ' v A F. Moore, D. Minso, C. Russell, A. Coover,M. 'I ' - J ' , . . . , v, V V '- Y by ,A - 0 0 0 ' I' A75 . V , . I , . V .' . ' , . . Y , V . A , . 41" is -N- 71 MVK .J chrlstmos progrom Th1s year for the f1rst t1me, the Chr1stmas program was held at separate t1mes one for the elem t en ary group and the other for the secondary group For the h1gh school , program a mus1cal pageant was staged through the combxned efforts of Mr Seamans, Mr Markham, and Mr Heck M g spec1al for such a productxon lncludmg spec1al narratwe read by Sally Caffo and V1rg1l Dav1s under the d1rect1on of Mr Heck, and w1th l1ve tableau on the stage d1rected by Mr Markham r Seamans chorus prepared a program of Chr1stmas mus1c arran ed The narratxve told the story of the f1rst Chr1stmas and was followed by appropr1ate choral mus1c as a g1ant l1ve p1cture of the f1rst Chr1stmas was completed mn tableau on the stage Appearmg m the tableau as Mary was Anne Coover, Joseph, Tom Caffo Three Kmgs, John McD1v1tt John Kemp James Button, three Sheperds M1ke Wh1teh1ll Deruus Blxss, De wame Stewart, and Angels Helen Bunch, Gayle Gurnsey, Elame Mosher, N1cky Tallar1da, Lmda Coats Pat Thom s d , p on, an Nancy Mort1mer Rxchard Rumberger took over spec1al effects back stage We thmk a program such as th1s would make a wonderful annual affa1r and would l1ke to commend all those who took part w1th spec1al recogn1t1on to 1ts d1rectors 8 Q , li m A f l K fi 11' , - - u J , al l . ' Q I , , . . . . . . . . . 1 v , l . , , , . , . . - Y 7 D Morgan N Van Dusen, G Healey,R Gnffm K Tallar1da V Davxs C Pease,R Irwm, D Stod dard S Caffo J G1eason,K Ell1ot,S Cosler T Lugg, A Cass J Swan, J Kohut, B Caffo, T Caffo, J Holmes D Pond J Healey Mr Seamans dance bond when our dance band, under the d1rect1on of Mr Seamans, made 1ts f1rst appear ance th1s year, we were surpr1sed to see some unusual for a dance band mstru ments mcluded 1D the group very seldom do you see bassoon or sousaphone 1n a dance band but accord1ng to Mr Seamans, the expemence of workmg together as an organ1zat1on means more than conformmg to accepted pattern although rehearsals were set for one evenmg a week, many of 1ts members were often found havmg a l1tt1e Jam sess1on of the1r own durmg free t1me or a.fter school many of us would probably l1ke to hear some of the more popular pmeces at pub11c appearances, but lt takes t1me to develop a style and bu1ld up a reperto1re con gratu1at1ons on a fme start and here 1S a w1sh for a warm welcome next year for eal "sw1ngmg good season" 79 ,. . . ,. ,- ,. - - ' ,. ,. . . ,. . ,. . . . ,. ,. ,. . I - . , . . . . - al' . ZW- aihleiics SEASONAL RECORD EHS OPPS LETTER WINNERS 'Mansfield 1 3 'North Penn 3 0 Dennis Dorn Addison l 3 Wayne Dornsife Addison 8 12 Gene Farmelo 'Williamson 3 4 Bradley Hackett Northern Potter 7 0 Richard Learn 'Liberty 9 0 John McDivitt 'Cownesque 0 1 Richard Potter 'Wellsboro 3 4 Jack Swan Northern Potter 3 2 Larry Swan 'Denotes League Games. I . The Ram's baseball squad of 1958 won four of its ten games. Elkland was beat en by one point in three of their games. Bradley Hackett, Elkland's stalwart pitcher, sprained his ankle in the first inning of the first game and did not get to play again until later on in the season. Brad had the most strikeouts, striking out sixty-four of the ninety-four men that he faced. Dornsife struck out twenty-five of the sixty-four men that faced him. Learn twenty one out of thirty-two, and McDivitt nine out of thirty-seven. During seasonal play Elkland had three shutouts by three different pitchers. Although the Rams calibre of catchers were above par, eight runs were scored by the opposition because of wildpitches. Fifteen players made up the Ram's roster which included no seniors. Bradley Hackett will be the only player lost by the squad next season due to the age rule on eligibility. Wayne Dornsife led the batters with a .482 hitting percentage. Wayne also led in home runs with four, and in extra-base-hits with eight. Gene Farmelo hadtwo home runs, Brad Hackett and Denny Dorn each had one. Gene Farmelo had four extra-base-blows, Denny Dorn three, Brad Hackett and Butch McDivitt two, Dick Learn, Wimper and Jack Swan one. boseboll Coach Meyersg R. Learng D. Pondg R. Pottery B. Hackettg J. Swang R. Mulaskig E. Rootg G. Shermang Coach Votterog mgr. R. Cooverg G. Farmelog J. McDivittg W. Dornsifeg D. Dorng L. Swan: L. Cook: G. Hackettg mgr. H. Mosher. Seasonal Record Letter Winners EHS OPP 'Mansfield 6 0 Claude Cook Troupsburg 2 3 Virgil Davis 'North Penn 4 0 Dennis Dorn 'Liberty 12 4 .. A . Wayne Dornsife 'Williamson 6 2 Q 3 H Gene Farmelo 'Cowanesque 0 0 Eugene Hackett All Stars-Tioga County 8 7 Richard Learn J35P91' 4 0 John McDivitt Troupsburg' 2 2 Allan Morgan Padua 2 2 Richard Mulaski Padua 6 2 Gene Root "Southern Area Jointure 0 5 Gary Sherman 'Denotes league games. Jack Swan "District 4 Championship Lawrence Swan Playoff Game, Co-Captains D. Dorn and W. Dornsife, Coach Myers This made it the second season in a row that E1kland's soccer team went undefeated in league play which warranted them the Tioga County Soccer League Championship and another achievement trophy. In the last seven years the Rams have won 47 games, lost 4, and tied 6 in league competition and their share of victories from the better teams in the Southern New York area. During this time they have won the league title four times and were in the runner-up position three times. The 1958 squad won 5 games and tied 1 in league play. Denny Dorn and Wayne Dornsife acted as co-captains during the season. Ronald Coover performed the managerial duties. Butch McDivitt led the scoring with8 goals. He was closely followed by Wayne Dornsife who had 6,Mu1aski 5, Dorn 2, Larry Swan 2, Learn and Pond 1 each. SOCCSI' C. Cook, D. Learng L. Swa.ngW. Dornsife, D. Dorng J. McDivittg J. Swan, G. Farmelog L. Sherman, F. Potterg G. Powers, D. Burfieldg R. Mulskig A. Morgang V. Davis, G. Shermang B. Caffog R. Coover, G. Rootg J. Runyang D. Pond, G. Denton, G. Hackett, L. Goodwing J. Holmesg R. Manleyg B. Orchowskig Coach Myers. J. Vargesong G. Shermang B. Manleyg R. Burfieldg G. Powersg R. O'Brieng J. Holmesg C. Cookg D. Peaseg L. Shermang B. Caffo. EE -HP els Q22 Corning northside 30 47 Wellsboro Geagugb 20 40 corning free academy 37 58 northern potter 27 36 83191011 09381195 36 19 mansfield Cleaguel 30 44 Corning northside 33 53 galeton fleaguel 37 26 H0I'fh9fU P0tt91' 34 29 Williamson Cleaguel 28 26 3915115011 52 34 corning free academy 45 43 W111i3mS0U 09381195 27 29 north penn Cleaguel 24 26 3dd1S0f1 27 36 liberty fleaguej 32 18 north P91111 0938119 28 31 wellsboro Cleaguej 24 43 liberty 09381195 25 13 cowanesque fleaguej 24 29 C0W3U9SClU9 09381195 27 20 mansfield fleaguej 32 34 Co-captains G. Sherman: b k b I I D. Peaseg Coach Vottero G S G the junior varsity ended its play of basketball with a six win eight loss league record, placing them sixth in the league. the over-all record consisted of eight wins and fourteen losses. two of these wins were upsets. the first, against cfa by 45-43, and the second against cowan- esque, the second-place team in the league, by 27-20. Roderick O'Bryan led the juniors in scoring with 129 points, and was followed closely by Claude Cook with 124. Gary Sherman represented his team at the all-star game and was co- captain with Duane Pease. David Kohut was team manager. the elkland rams swept through the tioga county league undefeated in 14 games for their second title in three seasons. they have won 40 of 44 games in league competition during the last three years. elkland ended league play by downing mansfield in a 64-52 overtime thrill- er after having been behind by 12 points. 1 , 'V' . Q 1' . .2 VW 5 1 self' H- I ' 'X Mx nrt 1 '. if -If 5 ,f . 1, 5- '. -2 A 1 ' - YZ 1 yf' .ik f si fy. N. X 1 . N varsity basketball R. Learn, D. Dorn, V. Davis, B. McDivitt, W. Dornsife, L. Swan, J. Swan, G. Farmelo, R. Mulaski, D. Pond, R. Coover. is 922 corning northside 46 57 northern potter 56 corning free academy 42 69 mansfield tleaguej 77 galeton fleaguej 87 61 5 galeton fleaguel 90 corning northside 55 69 Q williamson fleaguej 84 northern potter 77 61 Corning free academy 96 addison 60 51 north penn Cleaguel 78 williamson tleaguej 77 33 wellsboro Cleaguel 58 addison 55 33 cowanesque Cleaguej 88 north penn tleaguej 89 56 mansfield Cleaguel 64 liberty Cleaguel 82 37 liberty tleaguej 104 cowanesque tleaguej 61 46 tioga county all-stars 66 wellsboro Cleagueb 66 47 nescopeck- dist. 4 champ. 56 r co-captains Dornsife and McDivittg coach Myers at the season's end, the rams collected three trophies for their nc-liivvvnif-nitsg thn sztrlu- fini- silver memorial trophy for having gone undefeated in the tioga county h-agut-, thi- i-lmnipi.,,,- ship trophy for winning the league, and an individual trophy given tr1W2lyl1t' Dnrnsilf- nftffr being chosen "outstanding player" in the tioga county league. Dornsife led the team and the league in percentage scoring with 383 points giving him an average of 18points per game. Dorn had 353 averaging 16 points per game, and McDivitt and Swan also averaged in double figuresgButch 12 and Jack 10. David led 1-lk1and's foul shooting with a 69 percentage. the team together shot a 60 percent foul shooting and proved adept at rebounding with Larry Swan a.nd Dornsife doing the bulk of the "boardwork". after drawing a 'bye", ell-tland played nescopek at benton, pa. for the district 4 championship. nescopek managed to win the game only after the lead changed hands about ten times and the score being tied with only a little over two minutes playing time remaining. as a result of this score elkland's winning streak came to a sudden halt, and so did a glorious season. He, Wayne Dornsife, had the distinction of being chosen honorable mention on the all-state basketball team. letter winners- Virgil Davis, Dennis Dorn, Wayne Dornsife, John McDivitt, Larry Swan, and Jack Swan. managers- David Kohut and Harley Mosher. .Af ' r . Q. .f- A I 3,4 - 0 ll "" - Sf t x J JJA 'fl ' 19 ct! , LJ Helen Egleston Cf Ruse mary Bruce V' 6' Vs' 0 ve got ve got ve got ve got we' we the coach the team the pep the steam coach- team- pep- sta-am Qlkland high school tc-am team tram 86 Clara Hackett Connie Kent who's gonna win one who's gonna win one is who's gonna win one, now ir. varsity cheerleaders e-1-k-1-a-n-d elkland fight team fight Sonia Cosier MIL Julia Kohut Larena Carlin G Sher man we regret that coach Maurer would not or could not release copy regardmg h1s team s actu 1t1es th1s year future farmers basketball Co captams D Swan, H Shutter and coach Maurer BB s "U xs' ' Q K - ' r 'J 1 C. Rice, L. Hoyt, B. McLean, J. Kemp, H. Shutter, D. Rumberger, Mr. Maurer, W. Smith, and ' A . . , I 2 gg X, 5. 1 ' V f H9 1 IQ spot snops .5 pho 'W as J, 5 1 Q-. . , page 104 114 g V E M is . V I 'PT' f Eli! ' L 'Y 3 A' -i s. 4 L Compliments of ELKLAND LEATHER CUMPANY Wear leather soles for health Elkland Pemmsylvama Compliments of WESTFIELD AUTO PARTS Westfield Pennsylvania Compliments of BAILEY JEWELERS stores at Elkland Pennsylvania Westfield Pennsylvania Compliments o R J NEWMAN General Insurance Agency Osceola Pennsylvania Compliments f DUTCH S CASH MARKET Osceola Pennsylvania CORNING GLASS WORKS Corning New York Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 The conferring of the diploma does not confer success but opens the door of opportunity to you for applying vourself to achieve success Corning Glass Works 7 ' 81. Y f - ,, . . , , 5 Compliments ol 7 3 INGERSOLL RAND COMPANY PATTISON NATIONAL BANK HKLAND ELECTRIC COMPANY E1k1dP E1kdP I f Painted Post, New York I A N N I I an , ennsylvania lan , ennsylvania. graduate news Gerald Blake IS serv1ng 111 the U S A1r Force Thomas Br1an IS employed at the Ingersoll Rand Delores Buchmgham 1S a secretary at the Bloss burg Hosp1tal Clmton Burf1eld 15 serv1ng 1.11 the U S Navy Norman Butler IS marr1ed, a.nd works at the I11gersol1 Rand Vlrglflla Calkms IS attend1ng BUSIHGSS School 111 Rochester LOIS Cox Curch111 1S attend1ng MSTC James Dav1s IS serv1ng 111 the U S Army Jean Dorns1fe, Mrs Howard Moon, l1ves 111 E k land Lee Farmelo IS attend1ng West Po1nt Sally Hall 1S employed 1n Corn1ng, N Y Kathryn Harkenr1der Mrs Paul Le Barron, 11V9S at Troupsburg W1ll1am Healey 1S serv1ng 1n the U S Army Manzo H111 IS attend1ng MSTC Edward Hoyt IS employed at Cornmg Glass Works and l1ves at home Dale K1lburne IS servmg 1n the U S A1r Force Gary Kre1sler IS attend1ng MSTC Joyce K1ng, Mrs Roger Frawley, l1ves 1n RISII v1lle, N Y Jud1th Marshall IS attend1ng MSTC Nett1e Moon 11V6S at home at home Marlene Oberther Mrs Harry H1mes 11VeS 1n Elkland Mar1lyn R1ce works m Corn1ng E1leen R1ce, Mrs Vaughn Sheppard l1ves 1n Cormng, N Y Sh1r1ey Seamans, Mrs Dean Doan, l1ves 1n Knox v1lle Er1s Slocum, Mrs Leroy Troy, IS 11V1I1g 111 Ad d1son Em1ly Sm1th IS attend1ng MSTC Loulse Sm1th, Mrs Perry Cevette, IS l1v1ng 1n Elkland Lorra1ne Stewart, Mrs DonaldVan Gorden l1ves 1n Elkland Mary Sw1ng1e, Mrs W1ll1am Flynn, 11VeS 1n Al fred N Y Mary Tallar1da, Mrs James D1m1tr1, l1ves 111 New York C1ty l-latt1e Thompson, Mrs Durland Cook, IIVSS 111 Texas Joan Van Gorda.11, Mrs 1.165118 Kmckerbocker l1ves 1n Elkland Kenneth Van SCh1aCk IS servmg 1n the U S A1r Force James Weaver 1s attend1ng MSTC Sh1rley Weller IS attend1ng Kutztown State Teach ers College Laverna W1ll1ams, Mrs Charles Southerd l1ves 1n Austmburg Pa Kxeth Spencer 15 serv111g 1n the U S Navy 1956 Alegra Button, Mrs Edward Howard l1ves 111 Osceola James Harkenr1der 1S marr1ed and serves m the U S Navy Betty Mannmg, Mrs James Dav1s, works at the Wellsboro Bank Jeanette Sheen IS attend1ng MSTC Jeanette Andrews attends Bloomsburg State Teachers College Marlene Avery, Mrs Ray Coleman, l1ves 111 Cal1forn1a Marlea Ba1ley IS marr1ed a.nd l1ves at Hammond sport Mar1lyn Butler IS marr1ed James Button IS attend1ng Penn State Yvonne Carr Mrs Edwm Wade 11VeS 1n Jasper Phy1l1s Cevette, Mrs Ted Church lives 1n Elk land Kay Ch1lson, Mrs Pete M1ller l1ves m Nelson Ronald Clark IS marr1ed and works at the Corn 111g Glass works Lucy Cole IS attend1ng MSTC Lesl1e Cole 1S 1n the USMC Ga 1 Davenport works for Mahlon Davenport L 1 ,1nDeSera 1sl1v1ng at C na and vxorks at tl1e Corn1ng Glass W1 Tom Enderle IS 1n the ettes General Hosp1t.1l Hugh Flynn IS marru d soll Rand Harry Hallet works 1n the Tannery J1m Hendershot 15 marr1ed and 11V6S 1n Nelson Sandra Herforth works 1n the Blossburg HOSPI a Ernest Johnson IS marr1ed and IIVGS 1n Corn1ng Gary K1rk IS a barber at Nelson Joyce Klme, Mrs Durwood Tuttle, IIVQS 1n Knox V1116 Robert Learn attends MSTC LOIS Matt1son works 111 the I11gersoll Rand Annabelle Moyer works at the Galeton Produc t1on Plant L1nda Owlett IS marr1ed and l1ves 1n Elkland Joe Phelps 15 1n the U S Navy Elwm Reams 11V8S and works at home Mary Rennmger IS marr1ed and l1ves 1n M1ddle bury Robert Rupar IS attend1ng MSTC Durk Sherman works 1n the Tannery Kent Slocum 15 1n the U S Navy J1m Stedge works at the Remmgton Rand Anile Swan IS 1n Nurses Tra1nmg at the Arnot Ogden Hosp1tal Jack Tallar1da works at Tallar1da s Garage and l1ves 111 Elkland Dale Tanner IS marr1ed and attenda MSTC Joa.n Van Dusen, Mrs Coe Upham l1ves 1n Osce o a the Inger , . , , 1 - . . . . - , l . . . . I ' D. 1 . 1 9 ' I 7 ' ! ' . I . . ., MH ,Q . ' . . lar'-1' ' ' ' N-an 11 - 1 ' ' . ' ' Ar. 1' 3. Richard Nelson worksinCorning,N. Y. and lives Rose Esposito is in tram... . 721,-.se nhus- , - ' , ' ' ' ' ' and ',wgc'l4is 211 ff - . n . . - t 1. U , - , , , . . . I , ' . . . . ' . ' V 7 ' ' . . . . . . . 1 0 94 groduote news Maryan Wh1tsell Mrs John Van Dusen l1ves 1n Osceola Ros1e W1ll1a'ns lu es 1n Elkland 1957 Dawn Watkms, Mrs James Hendershot, IS em ployed at Els1e s 1n Elkland, and ln es 1n Nel son Dortha RICE IS employed at Frank s Chevrolet Lew1s Sm1th IS attend1ng MSTC James Ahearn IS 1n the Navy Beatr1ce Blanchard Mrs James Harkenr1der 1S l1v1ng 1n Corn1ng Nancy Lee Bower IS attend1ng MSTC Barry Brown 15 serv1ng 1n the U S Army Carol Burrows fMrs J IS l1v1ng IH Elkland Charlene Carr Mrs Harold Phelps, l1ves 1n T1oga Patr1c1a W1ll1ams, Mrs Laverne Casbeer 11Vl.I1g 1n Elkland Theodore Colegrove IS employed at the Ingersoll Rand Dale Crawford IS marr1ed and IS employed at the Elkland Tannery Dav1s Darby IS servmg 1n the Army Carmella Deacon IS l1v1ng at home Carol Edwards Mrs J1m Marold, l1ves 1n Elk land Evelyn Flynn, Mrs D1ck Re1mann, l1ves 1n Aca demy Corners Mary Foster, Mrs Paul Ott, l1ves 1n Wellsboro Jane Freeburg, works at Els1e s 1n Freeman, N Y Edwma Freeland IS work1ng at Norma s D1ner Barbara Hazlett 1S employed at the Galeton Pro duct1on Plant Helena Hendr1ckson, Mrs W1lbur Myers l1ves 1n Osceola Mendel H111 IS attend1ng MSTC Nancy Kmg, Mrs R1chard Southard, l1ves 1n Elkland Ernest1ne Malone IS l1v1ng at home Gayle K.re1sler IS employed at the Elkland Jour na Mary Ellen Mayor works at the Ingersoll Rand W1ll1am Manley IS employed at the Ingersoll Rand Nancy McD1v1tt IS attend1ng MSTC Larry McLean works at the Elkland Leather Co Joan O Bryan attends MSTC Joyce Patt1son IS attend1ng Penn State Un1vers1ty El1zabeth Per1go works at Norma s D1ner Kay Powers Mrs Robert Markham, 11V6S 1n Elk land Sandra Quaghana, Mrs Frank Marlatt l1ves 1n Elm1ra John Rathbun 1S employed at Swan s Store Ralph Shelansky IS work1ng 1n the Tannery Mary Sluyter 1S l1v1ng at home Joan Spencer works 1n the Elkland Leather Com pany, l1ves at home W1ll1am Van Dusen IS marr1ed and l1ves 1n E land R1chard Vargeson IS marr1ed and l1ves 1n Elk land Barry Wakely 1S employed at the Ingersoll Rand Marla Warburton IS attend1ng MSTC Charlotte Wells Mrs Arch1e Resue 11V9S 1n Schertz, Texas Carol Jean Woodward IS employed at Kenyon s l1ves at home 1958 Roger Wynkoop IS attend1ng Penn State Peggy Carter Mrs Tom Br1an,l1ves 1n Osceola Jane Tanner IS school secretary Den111s Andrews IS work1ng and l1v1ng at home D1anne Andrews IS attend1ng Bloomsburg State Teachers L1nda Brown works and l1ves at home Joanne Bartlett IS marr1ed and l1ves 1n Osceola James Buck1ngham IS work1ng and ln 1ng at home J3.X11C9 Bowers l1ves and works 1n Corn1ng W1ll1am Burr IS serv1ng w1th the Mar1ne Corps LOUISE Cole l1ves at home Gerald Butler IS serv1ng ln the A1r Force Rebecca Colegrove l1ves at home Sandra Campbell llves at home Thurman Colegrove 1lV9S at home Arlene Conley, Mrs Robert Covell 1S l1v1ng IH Elkland Raymond Doan works at Schultz s Garage and l1ves at home Ray Coover IS serv1ng 1n the A1r Force Harry Flynn 1S servmg 1n the Army Mary DeL1ge l1ves at home Barbara Gee Mrs Joseph Clark IS l1v1ng 1n Elkland Bonelyn Lugg IS attend1ng MSTC Ela1ne Hatcher l1ves at home Sharon McDonald IS attend1ng MSTC Jean Laughner IS attend1ng MSTC Carolyn Naylor works 1n Corn1ng and l1ves at home Howard McLean works and l1ves in Elkland COIH119 Ol1n IS attend1ng MSTC Tom Marshall works and l1ves at home Geraldme Potter, Mrs Ronald Clark IIVES 1n Elkland Barbara Sherman l1ves at home Charlene Sahrle l1ves at home Gary Slocum IS marr1ed and 1S l1v1ng mn Elkland Jan1ce Schoonover 11VeS 111 KHOXV1116 Alberta VanGorden, Mrs Donald Runyan l1ves III Elkland Barry VanScha1ck works and l1ves at home Jamce Woodworth Mrs Hatcher l1ves 1n Elk land Ronald West l1ves at home Patr1c1a Woodward works and l1ves at home , i , .. . . . . lk- ' I 1 . - ' ' 1 ' a .,. .Y . 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