Fairview Township Karns City High School - Afterthought Yearbook (Karns City, PA)
- Class of 1949
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THE 1949 EDITION
IS A PRESENTATION OF THE
OF FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP
KARNS CITY HIGH SCHOOL
As a token of our sincere appreciation for your
leadership, guidance, and outstanding exam le
of justice and honor, Mr. Hillard, we the Grad-
uating Class pf 1949 affectionately dedicate this
6th Volume of th Af l'1
e tert ought to you.
"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"
BOARD OF EDUCATION
From Row: Wm. V. Rigney, R. C. Sh-errard, J. T. Salsgiver, R. N. Hays, C. Wheeler
O. Nl. lVlcCollough, G. Hays.
Second Row: R, A. Stroup, P. D. Sherwin, S. Stoops, Gaiser, Beck, H. Jameson
R. Emery, Absent: L. L. Gamble, L. W. J. Campbell.
"Our World Begins and Ends With You"
Literature and English Music
"When Irish Eyes "For H93 A jolly
Aw Sm""'g DOROTHY MACKEY Good Fellow"
"Take a Letter Miss Brown"
Science and History
"A Hunting We Will Go"
"Buttons and Bows"
Physics and Math
'Mr. Five by Five"
"Our Boys Will
LENA VOGT Shine Tonight
History and Geography
ELEMENTARY TEACH ERS
Front Row: Mrs. Stcops, Mrs. Meixelberger, Mr. Salsgiver, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Horner.
Back Row: Mrs. McGinnis, Mrs. Swain, Mrs. Walker, Miss Mcffollough, Mrs. Yough,
Miss Sweeney, Mrs. McLaughlin, Miss Taylor.
OUR STAFF M X
CHARLES W. O'HARA BETTY MCELRAVY MARGARET McELROY ROY SHERWIN
School Dentist Secretary to School Nurse Custodian
"The Yanks Are Mr. Salsgiver "Pvc Got a Pain "Old Lamplighter
Coming" "Merry Secretary Song" in My Sawdustn
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ROBERT SMITH "Snuif"
Class President I-2-3, Boys Quartet
Z-3-4, Boys Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed
Chorus I-Z-3-4, Basketball 1-Z-3-4,
Hi-Lite 4, Aft-erthought 4, Stage
Crew "Baby Sitter". Prom Committee-
Chairman. Decoration Committee
for Junior Dance, Baseball 3-4.
BARBARA HAYS "Barbie"
Class President 2, Vice-President 3-4,
Band 1-2-3-4, Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4,
Mixed Chorus 2-3-4. Chapel Pianist
3-4, Accompanist for Boys Quartet
and Girls Trio 3, Mixed Ensemble
4, Basketball Band 1-Z-3-4, Band
Librarian 2, Band Jury 4, After-
thought Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Sec-
retary to Mrs. Myers 4, Junior Senior
Prom Decorations, Cinderella Ball 3.
KENNETH BAUER "Ken"
Basketball 1-Z-3-4, Boys Chorus
1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Band
2-3-4, Boys Quartet Z-3-4, Clarinet
Quartet 2-3-4, Athletic Council 3-4,
Baseball 3-4, Senior Play, After-
thought Staff, co-Chairman Junior-
Senior Prom, Class Treasurer 3-4
JOSEPHINE RICE "Sis"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
l-2-3-4, Girls Ensemble 2, Girls Trio
3-4, Class Secretary 3-4, Basketball
1, Secretary to Mr. McCullough,
Cinderella Ball, Orchestra Commit-
tee for Junior Prom, Advertising for
Senior Play, Afterthought Staff, Hi-
Bob Smith is another one of our
But he's more to sing about than
that, you can bet,
It's a certain Senior lass of the cheer-
Yelling loudly for "Smitty" to "Get
on the Beam".
She's used to slow motion, no hurry
Yet, she wins more than others who
A friend who's worth having, lots of
fun she displays,
A pal of all classmates, she's Miss
He's one-fourth of the voice in our
It just wouldn't sound right without
him you bet.
He's there with good looks, fine voice,
Kenneth Bauer, need I name him?
Every one could guess right.
Introducing just now a neat Fairview
Her three proud brothers just call
Of course, her diploma will read
She's one of the girls trio, she's cute
and she's nice.
Audrey Campbell of Fairview-such
a cute high school lass,
And so tiny to be graduating with
the forty-nine classg
But size doesn't count when you've
credits to earn,
And even wee Audrey was in there
Roberta Campbell, we all call her
Hair of gold, eyes of blue, she is-
w-ell quite a flirt.
If she types like she talks, she'll dry
up the ink,
And melt all the letters, that's speed
-don't you think.
Phyllis Colbert is cute in her own
Flitting about in her dance of balletg
She's popular and fits in any act
that she tries,
And there's nothing she does ccmes
as a surprise.
Maxine Craig is the flightiest of
She's in love or she's not, she's sick
or she's fineg
She changes her mind many times
in one clay
Wfith narry a worry, she's happy
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AUDREY CAMPBELL "Audrey"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
I-2-3, Ticket Ccmmittee for junicr
Dance, Orchestra Committee for
Junior Prom, Secretary to Miss
Sweeney, Ticket Committee for
Senior Play, Hi-Lite Staff 4, After-
thought Staff 4.
ROBERTA CAMPBELL "Bert"
Girls Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-Z-3-4, Usher for Concert 1, Senior
Play, Secretary to Miss McCcllough,
Afterthought Staff, Hi-Lite Staff,
Prom Committee 3, Junior Fall
Dance, Commencement 1.
PI-IYLLIS COLBERT "Phyll"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-4, Basketball 1, Chairman for
Harvest Moon Dance 3, Prom Com-
mittee, Hi-Lite Staff 1-4, After-
thought Staff 4, Senior Play, Secre-
tary to Mr. McMichael.
MAXINE CRAIG "Max"
Girls Chorus 1, Hi-Lite Staff 4,
Senior Play Committee, Junior and
Senior Prom Committee.
EVELYN CRAWFORD "Shot-tie"
Chorus 1-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1, Hi-
Lite Staff, Secretary to Mrs. Meixel-
berger, Junior Prom Committee,
Usher for Senior Play.
CARL DAUBENSPECK "Daubie"
Boys Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
4, Stage Crew for Play 4.
JOAN DAY "Nonie"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
4, Usher for Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement, Prom Committee, Cinder-
ella Ball, Secretary to Miss Sweeney,
Senior Play Stage Crew, Hi-Lite Staff,
AUDREY DONALDSON "Audrey"
Girls Chcrus 1-Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-2-3, Afterthought Staff, Usher for
Senior Play, Decoration for Junior
She's short and shels chubby, but
nice, she is too
Our Evelyn Crawford, know what she
She can giggle and laugh in her
Makes anyone feel good on the
Carl Daub-enspeck's a boy who must
To insomnia, especialfy in the POD
For he sleeps right through class, but
I guess it is true
There are others snore with him and
quite loudly too.
Her first name's Joan, her last one
Drawing is a hobby, in her own kind
She used to draw paper dolls but has
outgrown this art,
Miss Day draws a knight that may
win Joan's heart.
Introducing, Audrey Donaldson, a
' nice friendly lass,
So quiet you hardly know she's in
Except for her looks, she's a cute
Attractive as though fairies waved
their magic wand.
Mary Double her name sounds like
twine, but not so,
She's slender and tall and still single
But some day for sure, along comes
Marry Mary, neither "single" or
"Double" she'll be.
Audine Eisenhuth has joined our
She has one art we know of, and this
is a scoop,
It's her skill with the skates on a
She has the grace of a fairy as she
skates o'er and o'er.
Who's the lover of lovers in our class,
do you think?
Could be no one else except Miss
Who now can we lag as her latest
I can guess who he is and his first
name is Bob.
Another small Senior is Miss Shirley
She would still be quite small if she
was a bit bigger,
She accomplishes much though small
she may be
She'll be famous some day, just wait
and you'll see.
MARY DOUBLE "Honey"
Girls Chorus 1-4, Mixed Chorus 1
Usher for Commencement and Bac-
calaureate, Secretary to Mr. Mc-
AUDINE EISENHUTH "Audine"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Afterthought 4,
Ticket Committee for Senior Play,
Photo Club 3, Home Economics Club
1, Secretary to Mrs. Bell, Decoration
Committee for Junior Prom 3, Ad-
vertising Committee for Junior Play.
DORIS FINK "Dode"
Square Dance Committee, Decoration
for Cinderella Ball, Banquet Com-
mittee for Junior-Senior Prom, Band
2-3-4, Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed
Chorus l-Z-3-4, Parents Day Usher
3, Afterthought Staff 4, Music Li-
brarian 4, Senior Play, Basketball l,
Secretary to Mr. McMichael.
SHIRLEY FLEEGER "Shirl"
Band 1-2-3-4, Basketball Band Z-3-4,
Girls Chorus I-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-4, Hi-Lite, Secretary to Mr.
Hillard, Prom Committee, Advertis-
ing for Senior Play, Cinderella Ball.
ANITA GAMBLE "Anita"
Girls Chorus 1-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1,
Banquet Committee for Junior Prom,
Usher for Senior Play, Hi-Lite Stff,
Afterthought Staff, Secretary to Mrs.
Myers, Program Committee for Senior
JOAN HAYS "Joan" '
Girls Chorus 3-4, Mixed Chorus 3-4,
Hi-Lite 4, Senior Play, Junior Ban-
quiet, Cinderella Ball 3, Secretary to
CLYDE HILLWIG "Percy"
Band Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4,
Boys Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Boys Quartette
Z-3-4, Mixed Octette 2, Basketball
Manager 1-2, Prom Decoration Com-
mittee, Senior Play, Midwestern
YVONNE HOLBEN "Yvonne"
Band 1-2, Girls Chorus 1-Z-4, Mixed
Chorus 1-Z-3, Clarinet Ensemble Z.
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There's one girl we think will be
changing her name,
For she loves a certain someone who
loves her the same,
If marriage is the career she has
chosen for life,
Anita Gamble will succeed, and she'll
be a fine wife.
Is there a girl in the midst of that
Who is making each heart simply
loop the loop?
Of course, and Joan Hays is the
Who receives most attention from the
men of our class.
When a kid riding bikes, one wheel
was at ease,
Now driving a car, it's on two if you
If he ever gets up there flying planes
in the sky
We'll know it's Clyde Hillwig when
one wing flutters by.
Yvonne Holben said "Goodbye", as
a junior went West,
But she must have found F.T.K.C.
was the best,
For again, she's a part of our
We're glad she's with us as we march
down the line.
She sings alto solos, and plays the
She went to Midwestern Chorus and
liked it you bet.
Though music is her hobby, she hopes
by next year,
To continue her education in a
From her home on the hill in Kaylor
Frances Matijak travels down and
then up the same way.
The weather n-ever keeps her from
school you can bet,
As for health, she has never been
sick a day yet.
Dorothy McMillin is a wee senior
But she has every reason to feel "Big
She's Aunt Dorothy now to a cute
Who'll be a Senior, himself, in the
sw-:et by and by.
Was h-e named for "Dan Cupidn?
It doesn't quite fit,
Or "Daniel in the Lion's Denn? That
couldn't be it,
Just where did Dan Morgan's folks
find such a name?
Oh, I'll bet 'twas from Ireland our
Danny Boy came.
DIXIE JORDAN "Dix"
Girls Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-4, Girls Ensemble 1, Mixed
Octette 2-3-4, Alto Solo 3-4, Band
3-4, Junior Prom Committee, After-
thought Staff, Hi-Lite Staff, Secre-
tary to Mr. Banks, Midwestern Penn-
sylvania Music Festival Z-3-4, Senior
FRANCES MATIJAK "Bashfu1"
Girls Chorus 1-4, Chairman of Ban-
quet Committee 3, Usher at Com-
mencement and Baccalauret-e 3, Ad-
vertising and Usher at Senior Play,
Hi-Lite Staff, Afterthought Staff,
Class Treasurer 2.
DOROTHY McMILLIN "Dot"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Secretary to
Mrs. McElroy, Make-Up Committee
for Senior Play, Ticket Committee
for Senior Play, Junior Square
Dance, Cinderella Ball.
DAN MORGAN "Dan"
Band 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus I-2-3-4,
Boys Chorus 1-.2-3-4, Boys Quartet
2-3-4, Mixed Octette 2, Basketball 1-2,
Basketball Manager 3-4, Clarinet En-
semble 2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Decora-
tion Committee for Junior Prom.
EILEEN MURTLAND "Eileen"
Girls Chorus 1-4, Mixed Chorus 1,
U:her for Senior Play, Junior Ban-
quet Commlttee 3, Secretary to Mrs.
MARGARET RANKIN "Flirt"
Girls Chorus 1-4, Mixed Chorus 4,
Afterthought Staff, Hi-Lite Staff,
Secretary to Mrs. Swain, Senior Play
Stage Crew, Decorating Committee
for Banquct 3, Usher for Commence-
ment and Baccalaureate 3, Ticket
Ccmmittee for Vicrrola Dance 4.
ABNER SHEAKLEY "Abby"
EDITH SMITH "Edith"
Mixed Chorus 1-2-3, Girls Chorus 4,
Girls Reserves 2, Y-Teens 3, Pen and
Key 3, Junior Play 3, Afterthought,
Hi-Lite, Make-up Committee for
Senior Play, Program Committee for
Senior Play, Secretary to Mr.
A very tall girl but as neat as you'll
The type Powers picks for his models
Sheis Miss Eileen Murtland of
Petrolia, R. D.,
But has spent all twelve years at
Margaret Rankin is one who could
She has looks and ability and all else
that sheid need.
Will she choose a career or accept
She will choose for herself-may it
be the right thing.
Abner Sheakley could rightly be
kidded this way,
"Lil Abnern, a lover of blonde Daisy
Heis just a small fellow, but like the
biggest and best,
l-le's a Senior of forty-nine and
graduates with the rest.
From Avalon there came a new girl,
We like her a lot, and she's nice to
be with. Q,
A popular Senior, from the day that
Seems we've know her for ages, and
it's not a year yet.
Another Cheer-leader who is fun in
Is Miss Wanda Snyder, a Karns City
She plays in the band and sings in
As popular a Senior as there is, you
can bet. '
Every Class needs an artist and forty-
nine can't be beat,
Bernard Stevens takes the honors,
and boy is he neat.
His art with the drawing board, isn't
all he can do,
He can sing and play baseball and
Marilyn Stroup, is she gay? Is she
She can act, she can sing and she
flatters the flute.
She's one of our Cheer-leaders and
"hep to the jiveug
She has some one to cheer about on
the "Kearns City Fivenl
We must now rhyme a line, for lest
She's a most popular drum majorette.
A slick Senior chick every one will
She's one Anne Sturges, of Chicora,
WANDA SNYDER "Wanda"
Band l-Z-3-4, Secretary Z, Girls
Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4,
Cinderella Ball, Junior-Senior Ban-
quet 3, Secretary to Mrs. Meixel-
burger 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Make-
up of Senior Play, Clarinet Quartet
3-4, Hi-Lite Staff 4, Cheerleading 3-4,
Basketball Band Z.
BERNARD STEVENS "Steve"
Vice-President Z, Basketball I-2-3-4,
Boys Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-4, Band I-2-3-4, Mixed Octette
3-4, Baseball 3-4, Senior Play, Hi-
Lite 2-4, After-thought Staff, Prom
Committee 3, Cinderella Ball.
MARILYN STROUP "Marilyn"
Girls Chorus l-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
I-Z-3-4, Girls Trio 1-2-3-4, Band
l-2-3-4, Girls Ensemble l, Basketball
1, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Senior Play,
Prom Committee, Hi-Lite Staff Z-4,
Afterthought Staff 4, Decoration
Committee for Junior Dance, Ath-
letic Council 3-4, Secretary to Mrs.
Yough, Soprano Soloist.
ANNE STURGES "Anne"
Girls Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus
Z-3-4, Majorette 2-3, Drum Major 4,
Cheerleader 3, Junior Marshall, Ad-
vertising for Senior Play, Hi-Lite
Staff, Secretary to Mrs. Swain, After-
thought Staff, Decoration of Cinder-
MARY ANN TODORICH
Senior Play, Advertising and Ticket
Committee, Hi-Lite Staff, After-
thought Staff, Junior Prom, Cinder-
ella Ball, Usher at Commencement
and Baccalaureate 3, Secretary to Mr.
Sutliff, Flow-er Committee, Decora-
tion Committee for Junior Square
DORIS VENSEL "Doi-tie"
Band 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1-Z-3-4,
Girls Chorus 1-Z-3-4, Afterthought
Staff 4, Hi-Lite Staff 4, Junior Prom
Ticket Committee 3, Mixed Ensemble
4, Basketball Band 1-Z-3-4, Secretary
to Mrs. Bell, Decoration Committee
for Junior Prom 3, Advertising Com-
mittee for Junior Play 3.
BOB WHITMER "Pee-wee"
Basketball 1-Z-3-4, Baseball 3-4,
Mixed Chorus 3-4, Boys Chorus 1-3-4,
Marshall for Commencement and
Baccalaureate, Senior Play, Decora-
tion for Junior Prom.
PHYLLIS WILLIAMS "Phyll"
Girls Chorus 1-3-4, Mixed Chorus 1,
Advertising Committee for Senior
Play, Secretary to Mrs. Walker,
Junior Banquet Committee.
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Mary Ann Todorich, Bradys Bend is
Loves to tell jokes but laughs most
at her own.
She sings Hillbilly Songs, till no
one's at ease,
Her favorite on the bus is "No
She can drive an old wreck, or a swell
brand new car,
Doris Vensel who travels from near
She does not believe that all roads
lead to Rome,
But the longest way round is the
sweetest way home.
Now just lower the mike and I'll
Knee high to a grasshopper, but just
twice as much fun.
He's Bob Whitmer, or "Pee-ween,
and will he get a surprise,
I-Ie'll get the same kind of diploma
as guys twice his size!
Phyllis Williams of Kaylor, a for-
Forgets books or purses, till POD
Then up goes her hand, "May I leave
I forgot this or that in the Commerial
A guy with ambition and a will to
Is our classmate, Bill Woods, whom
we all are agreed.
He's friendly to everyone, girl or boy,
young or old,
But a certain freshman lass has his
heart we are told.
Fairmincled forty-niner is Miss Gloria
To her Clarinet Solos, we all talce a
Her reed-splitting art will lead h-er to
And we'll lcnow her by sound as well
as by name.
WILLIAM WOOD "Bill"
Boys Chorus 1, Band 1-Z-3-4, Prom
Decorating Committee, Hi-Lite 4.
GLORIA YOUGH "Gloria"
Band l-2-3-4, Girls Chorus 1-Z-3-4,
Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Marching Band
1-Z-3-4, Band Librarian 2-3, Trio 3-4,
Mixed Octette 2, Clarinet Solo 2-3-4,
Clarinet Quartette 2-4, Hi-Lite 3-4,
Afterthcught 4, Senior Play, De-
claimer 3, Junior Square Dance,
Junior Prom Decoration, Cinderella
Ball, Band Judge 4, Basketball 1,
Magazine Campaign Z-4, Secretary to
S E N I 0 R C LAS S
With an able executive force in command, we, the grand old Seniors, were led eventfully
and successfully through the grand finale of our school life. Bob Smith, as President, wielded
the iron rod at our numerous meetings, with Vice President Barby I-lays as his assistant. Sis
Rice sharpened her pencil and acted as a secretary should-composing the minutes and sending
out letters. Ken Bauer, our competent Treasurer, was kept busy collecting money for our name
cards and graduation announcements.
After having been informed that we were to select our class motto, colors, song, and flower,
we got down to work and came up with the following: "Enter to learn, go forth to serve," as
our mottog our colors, blue and gold, our very appropriate song, "After Graduation Day," and
our class flower, the yellow rose.
Included in the goings on of our Senior year was a very interesting and educational tour
of the Pullman Standard Car Company in Butler.
We,ll never forget our class play, "The Baby Sitter." Is was a hilarious success as a comedy.
The auditorium walls nearly caved in with the resounding echoes of laughter.
The Music Department would have virtually collapsed without the aid of the musically in-
clined Class of '49. Of the thirty-eight Seniors, thirty-four were engaged in musical activities.
Whether this record has ever been or ever will be surpassed. it is doubtful.
Since we had a terrific man shortage, fonly nine men as compared with twenty-nine girlsj
we are extremely proud of the fact that five Senior men went out for sports in a big way. The
Senior Class was well represented in Athletic Council by Marilyn and Ken. Marilyn and Wanda
are to be complimented on their splendid job as cheerleaders. Marilyn served faithfully in that
capacity for four years and Wanda for two years. Yes, you must admit that in Athletics and
Music the Class of '49 excelled.
We put forth our noble efforts during the magazine subscription drive. With Gloria and
Doris at the helm, F.T.K.C. went soaring over the top.
As we somberly march down the aisle to receive our diplomas, from whence we go forth
out into the wide-wide world, we happily look back over our years at F.T.K.C. The happiest
years of our lives are behind us.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
CLASS OF 1949
We, the Senior Class of Fairview Township-Karns City I-Iigh School, county of Butler and
State of Pennsylvania, being in sound mind and memory and realizing that we are to pass from
High School life into a higher world, make this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking any
will or wills heretofore made by us.
To the dear, honored, and beloved faculty of Karns City High School we leave our brilliant
sayings, our cute ways, and our gentleness.
To the Juniors we leave all our half-chewed wads of chewing gum flook for 'em under the
To the Sophomores we leave all our old nightwork papers, pencil stubs and our worried
looks before test time.
I, Phyllis Colbert, will my ballet routine to Bert Kepple.
I, Phyllis Williams will my neatness to Tom Sanich.
I, Marilyn Stroup, will my faithfulness to one boy to Elsie Quest.
I, Evelyn Crawford, will my hair to Roy Earley.
I, Ken Bauer, will the position of treasurer to Tom Olcus.
I, Frances Matijak, will my speed at shorthand to Naomi Jordan.
I, Carl Daubenspeck, will my comfortable sleeping position in P.O.D. class to Wilma Betros.
I, Josephine Rice, will my love story magazine to Richard Sheakley.
I, Edith Smith, will my good nature to Jeanette Ellenberger.
I, Yvonne I-Iolben, will my study halls to Leon Geibel and Ed. Corbet.
I, Doris Vensel, will my long finger nails to Marian Olcus.
I, Anita Gamble, will my dancing ability to Jim Barnes.
I, Roberta Campbell, will my light hair to Norma Lowers.
I, Shirley Fleeger, will my shyness to Jim Morris and Lon Coverdale.
I, Mary Ann Todorich, will my square dancing ability to Bill Wulfert and Ronald Bowser.
I, Bob Smith, will my typing abilities to Marilyn McKinnis.
I, Doris Fink, will my flirting nature to Dixie Larimore.
I, Eileen Murtland, will the mimeograph to Harry Runbaugh.
I, Audine Eisenhuth, will my faithfulness to Fred Rupert.
I, Abner Sheakley, will my height to Ferdinand Hawk.
I, Barbara Hays, will my driving speed to LaVonne Shively and Harriet Stroup,
I, Joan Hayes, will my unruly hair to Mary Collier.
I, Maxine Craig, will my good attendance to Cleora Campbell.
I, Gloria Yough, will my good grades to Kenneth Gifford.
I, Audrey Campbell, will my size to Earl Craig.
I, Dorothy McMillin, will my trips to Baltimore to Jim Olson.
We, Joan Day and Margaret Rankin, will our talking ability to Loretta Hanold and Alice Barger.
I, Clyde Hillwig, will my singing ability to Raymond Gray.
I, Mary Ann Todorich, will my soft-mellow voice to Sandra Barger.
I, Bill Woods, will my basketball ability to Bob McElravy.
I, Audrey Donaldson, will my curly hair to Margaret Kusner.
I, Wanda Snyder, will my agreeableness to Wanda Reep.
I, Mary Double, will my baby sitting abilities to Randon Holben.
I, Dixie Jordan, will my dramatic abilities to Wade Wilson.
I, Bernard Stevens, will my childishness to Ken Burke.
I, Dan Morgan, will my building muscles to Jo Anne Jameson.
I, Robert Whitmer, will my devilishness to Shirley Barger.
I, Anne Sturges, will my drum major abilities to Robert Stahl.
We, the Forty Niners, do not wish to will Mr. Banks to any future Seniors.
We, the Senior Class of 1949, hereby appoint Charles McCollough, who has so patiently
been our Senior Advisor. to be the executor of this our last will and testament.
CLASS PROPHECY OF '49
I prepared for my trip to New York to see the production "Rio Ritan by boarding the
Trans World Airline. Much to my surprise there was Anne Sturges as hostess. She gave me
a copy of the New York "Daily News" in which appeared a love lorn column by Audine Eisen-
huth and Mary Double. As I read on I saw an advertisement which stated that Audrey Don-
aldson had taken over "The Blondex Hair Tint Company," I also noticed an article in "The
News" which stated that the paper would be taken over by a new company, The Automatic
Mimeograph Company, owned by Eileen Murtland. I looked up from my paper, and there was
Dorothy McMillin boarding the plane. She sat beside me and informed me she owns a Beauty
Salon in Baltimore and has Evelyn Crawford as her manicurist. Dorothy asked me if I had
seen any of the paintings made by the famous artist, Bernard Stevens. Joan Day is his efficient
secretary. I told her that I was the proprietor of an exclusive dress shoppe in Pittsburgh, and
was taking some dresses that Josephine Rice designed to Hawthorne Modeling Studios where
Joan Hays works.
I disembarked from the plane at La Guardia field and took a limousine for the Astor Hotel.
As I rode along Times Square I noticed a sign at one of the cinemas that the play "Macbeth"
was running, and the part of Lady Macbeth was being portrayed by Doris Fink. Riding on
further, I noticed that Wanda Snyder was giving skating exhibits at the Rockefeller Plaza. At
the White Turkey Restaurant, which is owned by Phyllis Williams, I stopped to chat with Yvonne
Holben who had taken the day off from her duties as a lawyer to see the performance. She told
me after the psrformanse she was going to a party which was being held in honor of the 10th
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sheakley. Mrs. Sheakley is the former Audrey
Campbell. Yvonne and I hailed a taxi, and to my surprise the driver was Carl Daubenspeck, who
took us to the Roxy.
As we entered the lobby we were greeted by Margaret Rankin who ushered us to our box.
As the lights dimmed, soft music was heard from the orchestra under the baton of Jerry Hames,
whom we knew as Bill Wfoods, and he had as his first trumpeter Shirley Fleeger. Next on the
program was Marilyn Stroup, Metropolitan Cpera soloist, who sang the lead in "Aida," she
was accompanied by Barbara Hays at the organ. Then the first Male Quartette composed of
Ken Bauer, Clyde Hillwig, Dan Morgan, and Bob Smith rendered their version of "The Ranger
Song." After intermission Gloria Yough mounted the podium and played "Rhapsody in Blue"
on the clarinet. For the hnale, "Dying Swan" was presented by Miss Phyllis Colbert, the now
famous ballerina who teaches in Paris. After the performance, I went backstage to Phyllis'
dressing room to invite her to my apartment to talk over old times. She told me that Edith Smith is
a receptionist to Dr. jones, whom we knew as Abner Sheakley and Doris Vensel is his nurse. She
also told me that Maxine Craig is now happily married. I was glad to hear that Bob Whitmer
had finally fulfilled his ambition and is now doing professional refereeing at Pitt Stadium. It
was nice to know that two of our friends are working together, Mary Ann Todorich is an ele-
mentary teacher in a school on the North Side of Pittsburgh and Frances Matijak is a Physical
Education teacher in the same school. Phyllis gave me a clipping from the Chicora Herold in which
I read that Anita Gamble and Dixie Jordan had a double wedding at the Chicora Methodist
Church. We walked a short distance to my penthouse and retired after an exciting and en-
joyable evening talking about the "Forty-Ninecsf'
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"Feudin' Fussin' and A Fightin' "
Back Row: B. Keppl-e, B. Stahl, W. Wilson, F. Hawk, E. Craig, R. Holben, T. Sanich, K. Gifford.
Third Row: R. Shcalcley, Olson, K. Burke, Morris, R. Earley, L. Gicbel, E. Corbett, R. Gray, R. lVlcElravy
T. Olcus, R. Bcwser, Barnes.
Second Row: L. Coverdale, B. Wulfurt, S. Barger, Ellenberger, M. Kusner, Mr. Black, W. Reep, L. Shively
H. Stroup, H. Rumbaugh, F. Rupert.
First Rcw: M. McKinnis, N. Jordan, D. Larimore, E. Quest, S. Barger, M. Collier, C. Campbell, W. Betros, A
Barger, M. Olcus, jameson.
Front: N. Lowers, L. Hanold.
To guide us through our active life as Juniors we chose Wilma Betros for
President, Wade Wilson, Vice President, Loretta Hanold, Secretary, and Marilyn
lVlcKinnis, Treasurer. La Vonne Shively was news reporter for the Hi-Lite.
"Far-Awa Placesv was selected as our class son 5 our motto was "Build for
character not for fame", ra and maroon were our colors' and our class flower
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was the white rose.
Our numerous activities included the sale of Christmas cards, Junior Square
Dance, participation in the magazine drive, Junior-Senior Prom, and Junior Ban-
With our eyes wide open and hope in our hearts we shall step into the places
of the Class of '49.
With President Betty Eresnahan, Vice President Nlyrna Robinson, Secretary
Van Double, and Treasurer Betty Lou Shakely steering us around the rough spots,
we soon reached the end of our Sophomore year. Betty Bresnahan composed our
class news for the Hi-Lite.
Our class flower white carnation' colors reen and white' son "You'll Never
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Walk Alone,', and motto, "Prepare Today for Tomorrow," were all chosen after
very careful consideration.
We didnlt sit and twiddle our thumbs this year. We gave sixty-five books to
the library and helped to sell magazine subscriptions. The quick thinking girls
won all the volleyball games they played. We have some very accomplished basket-
ball players in our midst. just think how those boys will play basketball when we
get to be Seniors!!
With another year behind us, we eagerly look forward to our junior year.
Back Row: V. Double, B. Heeter. D. Myers, B. Bishop, B. Logan, G. Miley, E. Goodgasell, Burkehart
Third Row: E. Walker, S. McMillin, C. Bishop, L. Curto, D. Hayes, Garing, D. Bauer, D. Byers, Dunkle
Second Row: A. Klugh, A. Humsburger, D. Barger, Barnhart, T. Ellenberger, S. Kaylor, A. Logan, B
Sheakley, M. Daubenspeck, M. Robinson, B. Gershak, Gamble.
First Row: T. Andre, J. Rudish. A. Duesphol, M. Stahlman, J. Hobaugh, Robert McMichael, B. Todorich, P
Schrecengost, A. McFadden, B. Bresnahan, V. Serafine.
Front: M. Evankovich, Shirley Fair.
Back Row: Hiles, H. Earley, W. Sheakley, T. Snow, D. Barger, R. Srahlman, R. Wigton, H: Jordan, R.
Venscl, T. Buzzard, C. Snail, Olcus, L. Shealcley.
Fourth Row: B. Day, W. Emery, V. Snow, D. Biy, D. Michaels, C. Graiser, H. Vensel, R. Barnhart, L.
Delaney, B. Snyder, D. Quest, R. Rankin, C. Bullman.
Third Row: V. McGrady, M. Fleeger, E, Kelly, M. Miller, B. Craig, Jack, D. Klugh, M. Campbell, V. Hawk,
D, Delana, G. Sherwin, E. Osterling, B. Miller, Colbert.
Second Row: XVilliam Sutliff, P. Smith, L. Lowers, P. Kepple, C. Rcdgcrs, M. Wiles, E. Jordon, S. Anderson,
M. McMillin, P. Livermore, M. Lipinski, P. Johns, Charles Hilliard.
First Row: S. Osmer, D. Pettigrew, L. Robinson, R. Wile, G. Adams, R. Young, W. Morrow, T. Barney, J.
Calhoun, B. Sherwin, C. Rottman, O. Double.
Front: R. Doddge, Barger, R. Young, C. Ric-e.
President Richard Wigtoii, Vice President Patricia Livermore, Secretary Eetty
Craig, and Treasurer Howard Vensel guided us through a very successful year.
Patricia Livermore was our capable Hi-Lite reporter.
"Unity worlceth wonders" was chosen for our class motto, "So Tired," our
songg our colors were blue and pinlcg and red rose was our class flower.
Having spent our final year in junior High School, we are enthusiastically
looking forward to entering Senior High this fall.
"It's the Little Things That Count"
During our second year in Junior High we chose the following class officers:
President, Shirley Reep, Vice President, Marjorie Kelly, Secretary, Donna Bauer,
and Treasurer, Carma Ward. Bill McCullough was our Hi-Lite reporter.
Our class colors were blue and white, class song, "Lavender ljluzng motto,
"Always Ready", and flower, roses.
The members of the Eighth Grade wholeheartedly participated in the band,
school patrol, magazine drive, and basketball.
Chalk up another successful year for our class.
First Row: Delaney, D. Donaldson, D. Thompson, Klingensmith, F. Terwint, Fleeger, D. Schrecengost,
D. Parker, H. Ellenberger.
Second Row: D. Wigton, B. McCollough, D. Wagner, H. Blystone, Geib-el, B. Miller, K. Grazier, H. Kepple,
Third Row: M. Roos, K. Blakley, G. Barnes, D. Jack, L. Reddinger, A. Ace, B. McCollough, M. Olson, C.
Ward, S. I-Iolben, J. Blystone, M. Kelly.
Fourth Row: M. Wood, D. Klugh, D. Groves, D. Bauer, McFadden, Mrs. McCormick, McMillin, E
Miller, M. Shakley, P. Young, S. Reep.
Fifth Row: V. Snyder, B. Wulfert, V. Geibel, B. Tribley, A. Crolle, J. Welch.
"There's a Long, Long Trail A Winding"
lust Raw: B. Hilo, R. Schnell, E. Edwards, L, Barnhart, C. Fink, L. Michaels, D. Williams, D. Wigton, G.
Bargcr, D. Shakley, B, Hile.
Fourth Row: G. Thompson, D. Rhoda-bush, F, Barger, D. jack, C. Dunkle, B. lVlcCollough, D, Edwards, N,
Shively, lf. Smith, l.. Andre, D. Fleeger, R, Gamble.
Third Row: G. lVlcKinnis, M. Haley, C. Moyer, V. Walker, M. Stevens, Ross, E. Koenigsman, D. Gaiscr,
Qlson, G. Gibson, M. King, K. Crawford, E. Andre.
Second Row: P. Young, H. Day, M. Ellenberg-er, C. Tribley, M, Terwint, E. Rodgers, S. Hovis, B. Shaklcy, R.
, Burkhart, B. Shakley, C. Harmon, N. Snow, C. Hobaugh, D. Duespohl, V. Shakley, P. Deal.
First Row: C. Snyder. R. WalkL'r, R. XVL-il, M. Wulf-ert, R. McCollough, lVlrs. Myers, Mrs, Vcgt, P. Miller, V.
Dunkle, C. Claypoole, W. Fink. A. Corbett, M. Ehenberger.
ln order to make our First year in junior High
School memorable, we carefully selected class
officers to lead us. President I.e Moyne Andre,
Vice President Gladys Gibson, Secretary Mar-
lene ffllenberger, and Treasurer Carol Sue Har-
mon all served faithfully in their respective
capacities. Marlene Elienberger was our Hi-Lite
Something new was added. Yife chose as our
class motto, "Tonight we launch, where shall we
anchorng our colors were blue and white, our
flower, the white rose, and for our class song
we selected the ever popular "Star Dust,"
We shall endeavor to do our best so that when
we reach the goal we are all striving for-to be
Seniors at F.T.K.C.-we shall have many happy
and successful years to look back on.
President Carol Snyder, Vice President Margie
Stevens, Secretary Vonda Walker, and Treasurer
Jenna Olson led us very skillfully through our
first year in Junior High School. We selected
Rosella Walker to report our class activities for
The following members of our class added
their musical talent to the band: Vonda Walker,
Rosella Walker, Carol Snyder, Margie Stevens,
and Neil Shively.
Shirley Larimore, Patty Miller, Ruth McCul-
lough, Emma Rodgers, and Rugh YVeil added
attraction to the basketball games by very art-
fully twirling their batons.
We chose the lily of the valley for our class
flower, green and gold as our class colors,
"Powder Your Face with Sunshinel' was our
song, and we selected as our motto, "Build for
character, not for fame."
Yes, our first year in Junior High School has
been a very exciting one.
"Alexander's Ragtime Band"
This growing group has continued throughout the years to be an ever constant
source of pleasant music. From the simplest tone scales to overtures, each instru-
ment joins in the harmony of cooperation. Some of the activities of the concert
band wereg fall concert, spring concert, contest, band show, a uhobo party," and
music for parents' night and several chapel programs.
Back Row: I., Barnhart, B, lVIcCoIlough, A. Klugh, A. Logan, C. Hillwig, B. Kepple, Barnes,
R. Wil:-, K. Grnizcr, B. Stevens.
Third Row: S. Flceger, D. Vcnsel, M. Wfood, Ruclish, D. Fink, B. Hays, E. Goodgasell.
C. Ward, G. Barnes. D. Myers.
SL-cond Row: R. G. Banks, B. Trihlcy, D. Morgan, G. Yough, R. McColloug,h, C. Rottman.
J. Flccgcr, D. Schrecrngost, N. Shively, Hobaugh, M. Stroup, V. Walker, E. Corhctt.
Firs' Row: W, Snyder, B. McCullough, K. Bauer, D. Jordan, Barnhart, M. King.
MARCHIN G BAND
"Marching Along Together"
The lively marches in parades, the sparkle of the majorettes' baton, precision
of the drills at basketball games, all contributed to make this group the showpiece
of the music clepartment. The band marched on,Armistice Day, in Butler, for
basketball games, Memorial Day, and entered the contest.
"With A Voice of Singing"
Back Row: B. Sherwln, L. Gcible, B. Kepple, Olson, C. Hilwig, R. Smith, E. Corbett, F.
Hawk, W. Wilson, K. Bauer, D. Wigton, B Stevens D. Morgan, R. Whitm-er.
Third Raw: C. Daubenspeck, L. Robinson, C, Rice, A. Klugh, Hobaugh, D. Fink, B.
Shakcly, B. Hays, P. Colbert, W. Snyder, M. Stroup, M. Robinson, R. Wiles, R. Gray,
Second Row: G. Adams, S. Bargcr, A. Campbell, L. Hanold, Barnhart. S. Fair, Ellen-
bcrgcr, M. Campbell, A. Logan, G. Yough, D. jordan, D. Venscl, M. Rankin, Day,
Ellenbcrger, M. Kusner, Calhoun.
First Row: N. Jcrdan, R. Campbell, G. Sherwin, Hays, A. McFadden, P. Schrecengost, B.
Brcsnahan, R. G. Banks, A. Ducspohl, Ruclish, A. Sturges, Y. Holben, S. Flefegcr, H.
Work and fun were successfully blended to-
gether to form a symphony in voices. Gay folk
songs, Negro spirituals, and religious numbers
made up the colorful repertoire of this group.
The choir sang in fall concert, spring concert, is 5-4,-
contest, and went for a hayride at Christmas
time to sing carols.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
This group enjoyed another wonderful ysar.
The girls proved that a lot of work can be done
by a small group. Although few voices of out-
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standing ability can be found, they all work to- ,
Fourth Row: S. Barger, M. Evanlcovich, A. Eisenhuth, D, Jordon, A. Logan, G. Yough, E. Murtlancl, M. Stahlman
B. Hays, P. Colbert, W. Snyder, M. Stroup, D. Barger.
Third Row: M. Clcus. S. Barger, E. Crawford, P. Daubenspeclc, E. Smith, B. Sh-ealcley, J, Jameson, M. Campbell, T
Ellenberger, J. Ellenberger, M. Kusner, D. McMillan, M. McKinnis.
Second Row: R. Campbell, D. Fink, A. Gamble, A. Klugh, S. Fair, B. Gershalc, E. Quest, P. Schrecengost, M, Robin-
son, Hobaugh, Day, S. Fleeg-er, L. I-lanold, G. Sherwin, Hayes.
First Row: A. Campbell, N. jordan, 1. Barnhart, M. Collier, C. Campbell, A. McFadden, M. Rankin, R. G. Banks, B
Bresnahan, A. Duespohl, A. Sturges, Rudish, Y. Holben, H. Stroup, S. Rice.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
"Stout Hearted Men"
The old fashioned barbershop quartet coulcln't compare to the "sweet and
lowy' harmony of the boys, glee club with songs ranging from the gusty sea to
soothing lullabies. The activities of this group were: spring concert, fall concert,
contest, chapel programs.
Third Row: E, Corhetl, R. Gray, B, Keppl-e, Olson, F. Hawk, D.
Wigtoia, H. jordan, E. Gooclgasell, C. Graizer.
Second Row: C. Rice, L. Geihel, C. Dauhenspeck, W. Wilson, B.
Stevens, B. Sherwin.
First Row: I.. Robinson, R, Whirm-er, R. Smith, C. Hillwig, R, C1,
Banks, K. Bauer, D, Morgan, R. Wile, Calhoun,
"The Three Cavalierosv
"The Rangers Song"
Dan Morgan, Ken Bauer, Clyde Hillwig, Bob Smith
Marilyn Stroup, Josephine Rice, Gloria Yough,
"Without a Song"
Wfacle Wilson, Ed Corbett, Wanda Snyder, Cleora Campbell, Dixie Jordan, Jean Rudish,
Raymond Gray, Bernard Stevens.
MARILYN STROUP MARLENE CAMPBELL DIXIE JORDAN
Soprano soloist lVlLzzo soprano soloist Alto soloist
D. MORGAN K. BAUER
GLORIA YOUGH W. SNYDER G. YOUGH
Clafmf soloist Clarinet quartette
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Back Rcw: Mr. Salsgiver, Mr. Black, Mr. Sutliff.
First Row: K. Bauer, M. Stroup, L. Shively, l... Geibel.
Accepting the fact that baseball has
become a major sport in our school, the
Athletic Council voted to recognize it
as such and to grant awards for partici-
pation on the same basis as basketball.
We believe that this has been a definite
step forward. The number eligible to
receive awards has been enlarged and
will not be confined to those fortunate
few skilled in only one sport.
Ir is the purpose of the Athletic Coun-
cil to constantly keep in mind the prob-
lems of the Athlete and those of the
school. Often it is difficult to Find a
middle ground upon which each can meet
with complete accord. But, all can be
assured that we will constantly strive to
improve athletics at F.T.K.C.
"Ten Little Gremlins"
"I Know That You Know"
1949 GREMLIN S
Front Row: Managers, D. Morgan, Olson, C. Bullman, Garing.
Second Row: L. Robinson, R. Whitmer, C. Grazier, D. Myers, G. Miley Coach D Wigton
W. Campbell, D. Vensel, R. Barnhart, R. Day.
Third Row: R. Early, R. Gray, C. Wigton, R. Smith, R. McElravy, B. Stevens E Corbett
L. Geibel, D. Bauer, D. Stahlman.
B Bishop B Kepple
Fourth Row: K. Bauer, R. Holben, R. Logan, E. Walker, F. Hawk, E Craig W Wilson
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"Take Me Out To The Ball Game"
Back Row: B. Day, D. Wigton, B. Lcgan, L. Geibel, D. Bauer, Olson.
Frou: Row: R. Earley, B, McEfravy, B. WhiIm'2Y, R. Smith, Coach Sutliff, B. Stevens, K. Bauer,
E. Corbet, C. Wigton.
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The spirit of the Karns City High School student body has been spurred on
this year under the able leadership of our cheerleaders.
Marilyn and Waiida were out Senior cheerleaders this year. Marilyn has
served four years on the squad and Wanda has served two. Glenda has served
three years and Betty two years. Dorothy and Marlene have just finished their
The student body is very thankful to these girls for the spirit and ambitions
aroused by their never tiring efforts.
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"She's just a Home Girl"
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The first semester we took up sewing in Home
Economics. 7th grade made ballerina skirts, 8th
grade made blouses and grades 9 to 12 made
dresses, suits, gowns, jumpers, skirts and blouses.
After the garments were completed, the girls
sponsored a fashion show for their parents in
the High School Auditorium which was followed
by a tea.
The second semester we took up cooking.
The first six weeks were spent in taking up such
subjects as family life 17th gradej, making
friends f8th gradej, grooming 19-10th gradesj,
and kitchen planning Q11-12th gradesj. Then
we learned how to cook various dishes, such as
ground beef patties, salads, etc. After we learned
how to prepare individual dishes, we put them
all together to make a meal. The 7th grade pre-
pared breakfast, 8th grade food for special
occasions, 9th grade lunches, 10th grade suppers,
and 11 and 12th grades prepared dinners.
We decided we wanted to improve our Home
Economics Department, so we made new drapes
for the windows from muslin. We placed de-
signs on them with stencils, and we painted these
designs with textile paints. This made the room
brighter. We had a wonderful year in Home
Economics. As for the Seniors, we just wish we
could go back for another year.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
The Industrial Arts Department had its be-
ginning in the basement of the Karns City Build-
ing during the school year of 1939-1940. Under
the able supervision of Mr. George Sligar the
shop was completely planned and furnished.
After seven years the basement room became
too small for the enlarged classes. A new build-
ing was erected in 1946 and located to the rear of
the present Karns City building.
Industrial Arts is a compulsory course for the
Junior High School classes. In their words, they
received instruction in the handling, care, and
use of all the hand woodworking tools. During
the latter part of their eighth grade year, they
receive instruction on the wood turning lathe.
All senior high school students may take In-
dustrial Arts courses as electives. Among those
courses offered to them are: advanced wood-
working, engine lathes, foundry work, mechanical
drawing, and some sheet metal and electricity.
At the present time Mr. John Williams is in
charge of the Industrial Arts Department. I-Ie
has been with us for the past three years. I-Ie is
a graduate of State Teachers College at Cali-
fornia, Pa., and is now doing work on his Masters
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"Among My Souvenirs"
The Afterthought Staff, better known as the gold diggers of '49, worked their
fingers to the bone trying to achieve the quality of former yearbooks, if not to sur-
pass them. Co-Editors Gloria Yough and Mary Ann Todorich threw their whole
heart and soul into the job of making the sixth volume of the Afterthought a suc-
cess. Business Manager Frances Matijak and Advertising head, Mary Ann Tod-
orich, allowed no business establishment to escape their search for new ads to
complete the back pages. Literary Editors Phyllis Colbert and Roberta Campbell
sharpened their pencils and their wits to compose the numerous writeups. On the
Circulation Committee was Edith Smith, Audrey Donaldson, and Audine Eisen-
huth, Their duties were to take orders, remind everyone to bring their money, and
distribute the books when they arrived. Ken Bauer showed his literary ability by
recording the information about sports. Barbara Hays, Josephine Rice, and Bill
Woods were kept busy typing and retyping the copy before it went to press. I
suppose you are wondering who composed the poems about the Seniors. That
talented young poetress was Dixie Jordan. Every time anything of prime impor-
tance occurred Audrey Campbell was there with her little black book to write it
down. Thus, the calendar grew little by little. Photo Editors Doris Vensel, Mar-
garet Rankin, and Marilyn Stroup were kept busy planning and identifying pictures.
Thanks to talented Bernard Stevens, little gremlins and other works of art appear
from time to time in this book. Yes, it was through the co-operation of many that
this sixth volume of the Afterthought is a success. The Senior Class wishes to ex-
tend our deepest appreciation to Miss Dorothy Mackey, our able and competent
advisor, the alumni page, and the advertisers whose ads appear in the rear of the
Probably the most popular time during the past year was the last day of every
month when the latest edition of the Hi-Lite came fresh off the mimeograph ma-
chine. The Editorial Staff, with Gloria Yough, Editor-ine-Chief, and Associate Ed-
itor Bob Smith, in charge, buzzed like a swarm of bees around the commercial room
for several days prior to the completion of the newspaper. Undoubtedly the most
popular page was "Wagie,', with its latest morsels of gossip. Mary Ann Todorich did
a fine job of composing the features. Shirley lzleeger gathered the class news from
grade school, Edith Smith wrote the Senior news and filled the remainder of her
page with the latest happenings of the other Junior-Senior High classes. The
Petrolia news was collected and typed by Audrey Campbell. The latest sports
news came from the pens of Dixie Jordan and Doris Vensel. Marilyn Stroup, one
of our musical classmates, most naturally took charge of the Music page. Phyllis
Colbert was always reading newspapers from other schools to obtain choice wit
for the Exchange page. Anita Gamble filled her portion of the paper with news
of the alumni. Art Editors Bernard Stevens, Maxine Craig, and Joanne Jameson
did their part by creating the novel covers. Joan Hayes kept us well informed of
the latest library news. Margaret Rankin delved into poetry books and came out
with some pretty good poems for her page. Aicling the girls in running off their
stencils was Mimeograph Supervisor Evelyn Crawford. Frances Matijak and
Wanda Snyder took care of the busfnzss problems. On circulation were Joan Day
and Ann Sturges, who busily distributed the papers. Typists Eill Wood and
Josephine Rice always had plenty of work to do. Thanks to Roberta Campbell, the
Home Economics Department received its share of publicity. The success of the
Hi-Lite was largely due to the co-operation of the Editorial Staff, faculty, students,
and last, but certainly not least, the careful supervision and advice given by our
faculty advisor, Miss Dorothy Mackey.
"THE BABY SITTER"
Lullaby of Broadway
Mrs. Myers, Director, Mary Double and Doris V-ensel, Promptersg Roberta Campbell, Doris Fink, Bernard
Stevens, Phyllis Colbert, Clyde Hillwig, Marilyn Stroup, Gloria Yough, Joan Hayes, Dan Morgan, Barbara
Hays, Ken Bauer, Dixie Jordan, Mr. McCullough, Director.
Front Row: Abner Sheakley, Bob Whitmer.
On the evenings of November 4 and 5, 1948, fourteen members of the Senior Class polished
up their acting ability to present a comedy in three acts, entitled the "Baby Sitter." Directed
by Pearl Myers and Mr. Charles McCollough the play kept the audience in gales of laughter.
Junior fBob Whitmerl, a holy terror, and Lefty fAbner Sheakleyj, his pal, produced an eve-
ning of unending torment for baby sitter Carrie fMarilyn Stroupl. Bob fClycle Hillwigj, who
was Carrie's one-and-only, was forced by his mother and father fDixie Jordan and Ken Bauerl
to break an important date with Carrie and go on a double date with Eunice fPhyllis Colbert,
and his sister, Helen, and her boyfriend, Carl fDoris Fink and Bernard Stevensj. During the
course of the evening, two friends of the regular baby sitter, fMidge and Dot, portrayed by
Joan Hayes and Gloria Youghl, whose place Carrie was taking to prove her excellent character
to Bob's Mother and Father, dropped in to raid the ice box. Junior, running out of devilish
things to do, got into Bob's sister, fRoberta Campbelll, Jane's biology specimens and ate a
poisonous toadstool. VUhile Carrie was forcing antidotes down Junior's throat, his mother and
father, Mr. and Mrs. Gorgan, fDan Morgan and Barbara Haysj, arrived. Misinterpreting her
actions they upbraided her severely, also condemning Bob's mother and father for ever hiring
her. Carrie was asked to leave and the doctor was called for Junior. Carrie, wanting to hear the
doctor's report, returned to talk with Bob. When his mother came into the living room to
straighten up the terrible mess made by Junior and Lefty, Carrie hurried to hide behind the sofa,
only to be discovered. A state of chaos and screaming followed. All this was interrupted with
Mr. Gorgan's sudden proclamation of the doctor's statement that Carrie, with her quick think-
ing, had saved -Iunior's life. Apologies and an evening at the country club for Carrie and Bob
followed, and the play ended with a much needed spanking rendered to Junior by his father.
Ain't we putty? Is my lipstick smeare
We have to start somewhere
to clean up, and it might as Weil
be right here.
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Sept. 3 ..,. School Party
Sept 6 ,..... Labor Day
Sept 14 ,....... Basketball, Chicora
Sept 17 , ,.,, Slippery Rock, baseball
Sept 17 ,..,. Scott picture
Sept Z4 ,. ...., Baseball, Penn, Home
Sept 25 ........ Institute
Sept 28 ..,..... Baseball, Concord
Sept Z9 ...,..,. Pa. History Test
Sept. 30-Oct. l Educational Congress
Oct. l ,..,.,.. Baseball, Chicora
Oct. 4 ..,...., Motion Pictures
Oct. 5 ...,.... Baseball, Slippery Rock, Home
Oct. 7 ......,. Athletic Council Square Dance
Oct. 8 . ,.,. Midwestern, no school
Oct. 12 .....,,. Baseball, Penn, away
Oct. 13 . . Vagabond Trio in Chapel
Oct. 15 ......,. Baseball, Concord
Oct. 15 . Record dance
Nov. 4-5 ...... Senior Play
Nov 9 ,..,.... Visiting Day
Nov. ll ,.,, Armistice Day
Nov. 19 .,... Square Dance Juniors
Nov. 25-26 , Thanksgiving Vacation
Dec. 3 .,...... Music Concert
Dec. 7 .....,., Basketball East Brady, Home
Dec. 9 ,... Basketball Evans City, Home
Dec. 14 ...,.,.. Basketball Chicora, Home
Dec. l7 ,. ,.,.. Basketball Parker, ldome
Dec. 21 ,, ,... Basketball West Sunbury, Home
Dec. 24-Jan 3 Christmas Vacation
Jan. 7 .,....,. Basketball Slippery Rock, Home
Jan. 11 . .. Basketball Emlenton, Away
jan. 14 .... . Basketball, Winheld, Away
Jan. 18 ..,..,.. Basketball, Concord, Home
jan. 21 . .. Basketball Evans City, Away
Jan. 26 .....,.. Basketball E, Brady, Away
Jan. 28 .,..,.,. Basketball Parker, Away
Feb. 1 ..... .. Basketball W. Sunbury
Feb. 4 ,..,.... Basketball S. Rock
Feb. 8 Basketball Emlenton, Home
Feb. 11 Basketball Winheld, Home
Feb. 15 ....,. Basketball Concord, Away
Feb. Z2 ,....,., Basketball, Chicora, Away
March 18 .. County Contest
April 15 ,.... Good Friday
April 18 .. Easter Vacation
April 25 ..,,,. State Music Contest
May 22 ,....,.. Baccalaureate
May 24 . . Commencement
Last Day of School
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Hope fByersj Gamble ,...,.,.
June fMarshallj Larimore ..
Charles Hilliard ...,...,..,.......
William Marshall .,.,, .,..
Mildred Work ...,.,.,.,..........
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Katherine fRodgersj Summerville
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William Miller ....,.,.,.,..,..
Eleanor fLucasj Yeager .,.....
Edith fRodgersj Hartman .......
Clarence Yeager ..,..... .. ..,.... ..
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Betty McElravy ....,.....,...,........
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Thelma fStroupj Fennel ,.......
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Kenneth Griffiths ....,.,.
Dale Campbell .......,.,
James Kamerer ..........
Dorothy Mackey ,..,.....
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Kathleen fFlanaganl Rice
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Joan Campbell ..,....
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Ramona Early .,...
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Allene Campbell ,.....,.
Darrel Daubenspeck .....
Doris Vensel ..............
Lloyd Sheakley ...,...
Edna Brown ...,..,
Oma Jean Miller
Lyle Campbell ...,..,
Shirley Andre ,...,,..,
Edith Oesterling ,,.,....
Patty Cooper .........
Ben Rice ,....,......
Myron Barger .....
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PA L J. OLFE
Class of '49
East Brady, Pa.
PENN DRAKE REFINING
Kams City, Pa.
Phone: Chicora 3313
504-.0-:veal-04000,-:: :: :Q::: -
'l 800 SOUTH MAIN STREET
1, Other Convenient Offices in Butler County
1 Chicora, Harrisville, Lyndora, Saxonburg, Zelienople
1: MELLON NATIONAL BANK
' AND TRUST COMPANY
Shoes for the Entire Family
215 South Main Street
Daily 9 to 5
Saturday 9 to 9
Closed Thursday Noon
1: l1b0lll4snllkpoenlnnurmelC0fD0flk Evenings Appoinimen'
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1, DR. G. A. ZUCKER
1, 11 North Main Street
'l Butler. Pa. Phone 32-132
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fl Compliments of BEAVER COAL CO.
1' BOOKS SHOES Kayla, pa.
1, LADIES STORE
', 229 S. Main St.
1 South Main Street Mfiin Office
l Butler' Pa. Butler' Pa' Punxsutawney
1 W A-W Wifi' WAV Wig ? A7i ,?4 SYS. ,Ve,t ,S WEE SMF,
I Compliments oi
I: Compliments of Compliments oi
' STAR LIGHT
.L REFINING CO.
1' H. c. LEWIS DAIRY PIFERS GROCERY
Division of STORE
. Kaylor, Pa. Sherwood Refining Co" Inc' Meats, Groceries, and Feed
If Karns City. Penna.
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JUHN ALTMIRE GARAGE
For cz Sure Future
ARTHUR 1. IAMES
NORMAN F. SMITH
116 Market Street
September 6, 1949
For specialized training in
Write, phone or call
313 S. Main St. Butler. Pa.
The House of Service
Hardware and Furniture
200 Market Street
Washers, and Appliances
Karns City 2159
Parkers Landing 2159
TRACY 6. KIKEL
Mannas Office Equipment Co.
Butler County Representatives
Portable and Otiice Size
236 West Iefterson Street
L. H. Nevens 15. Co.
Kittanning's Greatest Store
EIN STEIN 6
245 Market Street
Men and Boys Wear
Phone: Chicora 2298
Complete Line ol Builders Supplies
Cl-IICORA BLOCK CCDMPANY
Phone: 2584 Chicora, Pa.
Bricks Flue Lines Bondex Waterproofing Paint
Cement Blocks Sand Steel Windows Cement
Watches and Clocks We Salute The Seniors ot
5990364 This Years Class, The New
Balance Statt Pocket 52.00 World of Tomorrow
Used Watches For Sale
All Work Guaranteed
RUSSELL B. DEAROLPH
Flne Diamonds At Low Cost
Parkers Landing, Pa.
Return Postage Paid on Mail Orders
Crystals 25c 75c Mainsprinq 51.25
DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH CARS
Parkers Landing, Pa.
UNIVERSAL TRACTOR I
Your Tractor 6: Implement
Compliments oi the
Now more than ever
All trails lead to
THE SPORT SHOP
321 South Main Street
Phone Butler 5729
Hunting and Fishing Equipment
Wilson Sporting Goods.
Boats and Motors,
RCA Radios Television
l OE YOUNG
PARKER DRUG CO
The Rexall Store
Parkers Landing. Pa.
H. W. Ekas
Phone: Chicora 3287
Phone: Bruin 27ll
Compliments ot 1
Comphments oi the THEATRES 1
Petrolia Chicorcx fl
Compliments of ,
Compliments Of RITZERT BROTHERS ,
MRS. MYERS' ROOM .
17th Grcxdel I
Compliments of 1
DR. DE WOLF
Chicora, Pa. Phone: 2100
Compliment oi 1,
MRS, Your Westinghouse Dealer
mb G,,,de, THE 1-'RANK TITUS 51
336 South Main Street .1
Butler, Pa. 1
WATSON and '1
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BOTTLING COMPANY Union Trust Building 1'
Butler, Pa. ,
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For Delivery Service
at your door
or at the store
Milk Cream Cottage Cheese
Phone: Butler 2741
OLSON FARMS INC.
But1er's Modern Dairy
Box 870 Butler, Pa.
On U. S. Route Eight
"Stop and Gas With Us"
E. Sz H. GULF SERVICE
Lubrication, Washing, and
KRent a Trailer Servicel
Phone: Chicora 2357
Karns City. Pa.
Cleaners 6: Dyers
331 Negley Avenue
Pa. Phone: 3731
RAY R. ZEDIKER
Distributor of Soft Drinks
Phone: 2135 Chicora
Karns City. Pa.
Your Patronage is
Phone: Chicora 2311
GEORGE I ONES
"Old Fighting Bill
LEE,S DRUG STORE
Phone: Bruin 2504
Phone: Bruin 2636
HARCLIFFE COAL CO.
Pittsburgh 1. Pa.
V. PEZZUTTI ESTATE
Where Quality and Fashion Prevail
for the Iunior Miss
TONY B. COLELL
Bradys Bend Hotel
Bradys Bend. Pa.
Recapped and Retreaded
East Brady, Pa. Phone: 2429
East Brady. Pa.
BEN FRANKLIN 5c 6 l0c
V East Brady. Pa.
It is our pleasure to serve you.
WHITE CHEVROLET CO.
East Brady. Pa.
Round and Square Dancing
Every Sat. Night
Fine Home Cooked Meals
W. P. WOLCUTT
Bradys Bend. Pa.
Congratulations to the Class ol
E. C. Reitler G Son
COGLEY ELECTRIC SHOP
assi' LUCK 'Io THE CLASS or
EAST BRADY FLORIST
UNION SUPPLY CO.
Bradys Bend. Pa.
Dine and Dance
Bradys Bend. Pa.
C li 1 i Congratulations
omp men s o
HELEN ZIMMEL FARM
Beauty Shoppe Groceries Meats
0.44-.04 of-Q.,-,.4.'.pQ'0' 404-04-
Sales and Service
GROCK MOTOR CO.
A. Groclr, Owner Phone: 2283
Spinct Pianos from S395 up
Home of the Connsonara Organs
THE BUTLER MUSIC STORE
304 North Matin Street
Phone: 44890 Butler, Pa.
EKAS CLOVER FARM
Meats, Groceries. and Feeds
Main Street Chicora, Pa.
Cleaning. Altering, Pressing
THE BUTLER FLORIST
Chas. A. Bortmas
143 E. Ielterson Street Phone: 42-401
H. H. Weylman Bldg.
LONG DRUG STORE
East Brady. Pa.
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G. C. MURPHY
We have tllled over one hall
Corner Norlh Main 6 North Streets
Groceries. F lour, and Feed
Peoples Phone: 2297 Bell: 2071
"'Ihe store that saves you money"
"You pay me and I pay others"
MUSKEES BARBER SHOP
Karns City, Pa.
KITTANNING AUTO PARTS
Auto Parts Auto Glass
Permanent Anti Freeze
PARKER HARDWARE CO.
Oil Well Supplies
Automobile Accessories and
Parkers Landing. Pa.
H. B. Moore
RONALD R. MCCANDLESS
138 W. Ielterson Street
H. O. PARKER 6: SONS
Plumbing and Heating
Phone: Shop 2472 Res. 3384
ADAM'S SHOE REPAIR
Karns City, Pa.
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer"
Outfitters ot the Family
Dial 2624 On the Flat
MRS. CORA E. GATES
Dry Goods Clothing
Parkers Landing. Pa.
Complete Home Decorators
1l2 North Main Street
PARKER FARM SUPPLY
Feed, Fertilizer, and Farm Supplies
Phone: 2248 Parkers Landing, Pa.
Phone: Chicora 3451
Congratulations Class of '49
Food Worth Stopping For
7 A. M. to I2 P. M.
Gull Service Station
Gas, Oil. Accessories
Tires. Tubes, Lubrication
Phone: 2586 Parkers Landing, Pa.
Class Rings and Pins-Commencement Invitations-
Diplornas-Personal Cards-Club Insignia
Representative: C. M. Klinqensmith
424 Greenhurst Drive, Mt. Lebanon
Pittsburgh 16, Pa.
Butler County's Greatest Store
119 New Castle Street
Fine House Furnishings
BEN SON 'S
Men's and Boys' Store
Rizhman Bros. Clothes
142 South Main Street
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if Magic Chef Stoves Sirnrnon's Bedding JUNIOR M DOWELL
1 161 Nonh Main sueea
11 Butler' pq, MUSIC CLUB
1 "Where Customers Become Friends"
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1 Compliments ot
j' PAUL KIRKPATRICK
.E Sporting Goods Luggage
' UNION TRUST CO.
1, 130 East Ieiierson Street
1 Butler, Pa. MIG" Pa'
1 Skate for Health and
Compliments oi qi
II CASTLE ROLLER
DAUGHERTY REEINERY RINK
1, Opposite Fairgrounds
5: Petrolia. PG. Rates to Parties
1 Phone: 25-974 Butler, Pa.
1, ' -E W W YA
1, 1 A. B. MANN and co.
11 Compliments of 1 WAYNE HEIST Guild Prescription Opticians
I1 Dunlop Tires and Batteries
1, THE HUB Quick Repairs
R Phone: 29-492
2 Clothing and Fumishings 251 South Main Street
1 1 l30 East Wayne Street
11 Butler. Pa.
'I Butler' Pa' Bane" Pa' Phone- 41023
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Penn Theatre Building
Compliments of U
D. O. HOLBEN
THE SHOE BOX
Fine Shces From Fine Sources
110 West Ietterson Street
Shoes For The Family
C. A. MCNAUGHTON
Clothing Made To Order
For Men and Women
Parkers Landing. Pa.
GROVES MEAT MARKET
Phone: Bruin 2505
Phone: Bruin 2718
Compliments to the Class o
E. M. HEPLER
THE HOUSE OF IAFFE'S
DR. F. F. YOUNG
P. l. OESTERLING 6
Distributors ol Sunside Feeds
Famous tor Fine Quality and
H. C. Murphy Mgr.
Phone: North Washington 2442
'Hue gagle pfzinfefzxp' gnc.
116 W. Diamond St.
THE EAGLE: In Eqypt the sign of Eternity In Home the sign of Conquest
In America the sign of Liberty In Butler the sign of Better Printing
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