Falls Overfield High School - El Camino Yearbook (Mill City, PA)

 - Class of 1954

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P- ' 'I 2 5 . if - W A ' 1 ,jf V M ,qv xx Z 9 is ,c'5f 'L l .- fl . ll if '- a . . Q hx, X K1 1, My ' C A K 7 X? -I Y ii- A 7 Ale." X 'X 2 .xx :lm Q XX . ' :pr .1 I NQN fs M' il: . if dipwwvk f .17 ,W X. 'em U Y X 7, R li R- , xx ,N X N r , . V , gfllfflfl Xxxifs First row: Messrs. T. R. Gregory, Albert Sickler, Philip Smalser, Herbert Hunter. Second row: Ralph VanAuken, Adam Veith, L. A. Pelton, A. B. Dunbar. Third row: Raymond Bedell, Ronald Avery, Kenneth French, Louis j. LaSorsa. Absent: Charles Reynolds, Roy Jennings. OFFICERS JOINT BOARD-1954 Prerideni ................................ --.-..-.-----.-- A I-BERT SlCKI-ER Vice President ....... ........ K ENNETH FRENCH Secretary ........,,... ............. T . R. GREGORY Trearurer ...................... .............. ..... H . F. HUNTER , Supefviring Principal .................................... L. A. PELTON '- Q 4,7 4-an-is.-10.4-.u4.-21-'v'4f5"" N Nymwr' f -- JA7"l"t , 7 -'f,ev1'?'VNlAwh 5 A wink 4 14" ,.,,.,,.mbv 3"- su vw Me MRS. RUSSELL JACQUES, JR. Clerk it L. A. PELTON Superzfifing Principal Class of 1954-May these few suggestions lead to some definite plans for the days ahead. Make a careful inventory of what you now have. Then recall some of the most important lessons you have learned during your school life. It may be the value of doing a task right the first time assigned. It may be the ability to open a new door to opportunity when others have closed on you. Keep searching for information. It is up to you personally to make progress. Apply what you have learned and let each job be a mental challenge. Grow mentally, physically, spiritually, and be master of yourself. Learn to listen to the voice of experience. It can help you solve many problems. Answers are valuable to us only if we apply the informa- tion. Do not be afraid to work. There are many doors which lead to a rich full life. Others can help you find the right door. But you alone must do the opening. L. A. PELTON Superviring Prmczpal P 'vm Ss S is Q2 hy, P a 5 l in ,S MISS State Third MRS. State burg. MRS. B.A.. MARION DEWITT Teachers College, Bloomsburg. Grade, Elementary Principal. ARCHIE BATH Teachers College, East Strouds- Second Grade. EMMA J. FISH Pennsylvania State University Mathematics, Physical Education, Coach MR. ROBERT G. I-IAAG B.A., town. State Teachers College, Kutz- English. Librarian. MIS., NAOMI M. I-IONS B.S., Bucknell University. Business Edu- cation. Secretary. MISS MARILYN JONES B. Mus. Ed., Syracuse University. Music. MR. RALPH D. KRESGE B.A.. Pennsylvania State University. B.S., Pennsylvania State University. Agriculture. MRS. JAMES MADDEN State Teachers College, East Strouds- burg. Fifth Grade. MR. HENRY MAZALESKI B.S., University of Scranton. Science, Physical Education, Coach. MISS JEANNE McGRATH BS., Marywood College. Home Eco- nomics. MRS. ROBERT McKUNE State Teachers College, Mansfield. First Grade. MR. WARREN MUMFORD B.A., Pennsylvania State University. Social Studies, Mathematics. MRS. CHARLES REYNOLDS State Teachers College, Mansfield. Fourth Grade. MR. CANIO SLEYO B.A., University of Scranton. Social Studies, Latin. MRS HELEN THOMPSON ixth Grade. State Teachers College, Bloomsburg. A S 'bk "QL I Daaiaoffinn n-L W Vi In our hearts lies the sincere appreciation with which we, the Senior Class of 1954, dedicate this yearbook to Robert G. Haag for his faith and interest in our many curricular and extracurricular activities. 7 Miss Naomi Hons, Historian, Mr. Warren Mumford, Vice Presi- dentg Mrs. Gerald Taylor, Treasurer, Mrs. james DeWitt, Presi- dent. Mr. L. A. Pelton, Supervising Principal, Mrs. james Madden, Secretary. Mr. Harry Fitch, Mr. Alfred Dickinson, Mr. Harry Evans Mr George Coolbauglr, Mr. Robert Swartz, Mr. Harold Gregory, Mr. George Rayno. 4 O .f, ! i. 0 1 F l. 71. ri It W . , MRS. LOTTI E KERN Dieiilian MR. RUSSELL JACQUES, s Curtodian Hail ro rhee, our Alma Maier, Hail ro rhee, our Alma M r, Sfrorig and firm ii' siands: May we ever be I If will always be a beacon Loyal sons and daughfers , ' i our love commands. ' Who wil honor fhoe. s As 55 ihru your greai d0Ol'?lY, Through fhe years ai' F. O. High School y i ll srand and gaze We have le e""W 'WWMW i Ai' ii our Alma Ma'ier,k , 3 Everful mindf yyyiggr ydgiigg, ' ll W noagm' ca. if e i Alma Maier adopfed 1953 ' y 9 I f I SM- EEK SYGVV ' I n Vw, . :J 4 nw fo 'Nom ,Y r,W,,,,is .rf my , CATHERINE CARTER NANCY COTTELL Amber Art Editor xLife If But a Picture RUTH VANAUKEN Editor-in-Chief Editor-in-Cbief ............... .................,.................,......... R UTH VANAUKEI Adzfertiring Managerr ..... ....,.........,................,....... A NN DICKINSON, Chairman Art Editor .................. .................................................................... N ANCY COTTEI. Charles Beyrent, Edward Bachman, Ronald Vangasbec Hirtarionr ....,.......,... ...................... ' ROSE MILLER, chairman, Ida Mae swaf Bu.rir1eJ.r Mamzgerr ........ ...,................,.. M ERCEDES DZIAK, Chairmai Edward Hawk, Walter Sicklc r Photographer Manager: ...... ,,...,. P ATRICIA RUPSKY, Chairmai 'F Celia Miller, Donald Frank Literary Editor: ...,.. .....,... M ARION HOFFMAN, Chairman Catherine Carter, Eugene Gozikowsl Smzprbot Editor: ......... ...... M ILDRED HALLSTEAD, Chairmai Thomas Key: Copy Editor! ....... ..... F RANCES JACQUES, Chairma Robert Carpentc Chief Typirt ........ ...................r.... LENNA TALCOT' Patron Managerr ..... ..........,......... M ALCOLM EYET, Chairmar Violet Carpenter, Raymond Shatrousls Adriror ...................................,..,..........................,.................. MISS NAOMI M. HON On behalf of the Senior Class I wish to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Pelton, Miss Hons, Mr. Kresge, Mrs. Fish, our patrons, our advertisers, and anyone who in any way helped to make our yearbook a success. Special recognition goes to Nancy Cottell, our only Art Editor, and to Catherine Carter, author of the Poem, "Life Is But A Picture," who have devoted so much time and effort to make our annual a success. Sincerely, RUTH VANAUKEN Editor-in-Chief EZNIIIRS It muy be u useless piece of art Or u precious painting rare It ull depends on you So paint your life with cure. x -.Q is-, V, I 2 l ' .-f-'fiffp V 'L -arg,-. A vm 535642. J .- '. r,l,.,,A+1: J X 'Ti I. W .. RUTH VANAUKEN HRUTHIEU Commercial Happy I am, from care I am free Why aren'i they all conlenled like me? FHA 1, 2, Vice President 3, Secretary 4 NHS 3, Secretary 4 Class Officer, President 4 Glee Club 1 FO-ED junior Editor 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Office Staff 4 Student Council 4 Athletic Council 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4 Dramatic Club President 3, 4 Senior Play 4 wx " 16 4 ,. -Q... sl I" m Z Z Ib P-I 5 :- n 3. hz rn Z 1 Commercial 'Q ' A popular Senior with lol: of pep , She made the cheerleader: really Jtep uf 1 Transferred from Tunkhannockj FHA Queen 3 4 NHS 4 ,J Class Officer Vice President 4 Glee Club 4 U FO-ED 3 Manager of Reporters 4 "fl Softball 3 4 Cheerleaders 3 Captain 4 Yearbook Staff Chief Typist 4 Official Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 4 Tri-Hi-Y Reporter 3 and 4 Dramatic Club 3 fi!! l"'5J W1 ...T '6 K lr W v N ,I . 'g t 0 C I tt l' H W , fm ,ff in . 1 I v 1 v uf Af , fe N l ! I fx y fy D I , 4 - " TI. ig-'wa' "wg, . ' W, ,J--V: "i 1 fx QQ' , fx -"'ll" 'a"il"','TT+1.7'i-'href . If ,Ani ' . 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W 1, , X3 -4 .J- s ff Fl Academic Don seem: to fill the .rpace Tbat none other can replace Class Officer, President 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4 Glee Club 1 FO-ED 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Student Council 4 Hi-Y 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 N11-is 1 f ,5 MERCEDES Dzmlc HSKEETU I-gf' Commercial YL ' The blue of ber eye: and the curl of ber hair A little girl bustling bere and tbere " ' P FHA 1, 2, 3,4 ' rrst ' N1-is 4 Class Officer, Treasurer 1, 4 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, President 4 FO-ED 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2, 3, 4 ' Softball 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, President 4 I Cheerleaders, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Yearbook Staff Business Manager 4 Office Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 3, President 4 Athletic Council 5 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 Wyoming County Chorus 1, 2 Assistant Scorekeeper Boys' Baseball 4 NJHS 1 Senior Play 4 Twirler 2 P' J V N, W N.-,.,..A:l!,i,5'3jr.:.P.U-h . 1 ,I Q 5 n EDWARD BACHMAN ' ED V Vocational '- Thai to ge good in :porn you neednt a K FFA 1 2 3 Sentinel 4 A Glee Club 1, 2 ff Baseball 1 2 Co-Captain 4 " Yearbook Staff 4 ,J Senior Play 4 Student Council 4 1 Athletic Council 4 Volleyball 2 3, 4 li' Science Club 4 . 'i-. sr- iv- 'rr ny 1 ,Qu ..., 4-i - 9, 1 -..4",""'7',-l.,'k, s " 'V ' 1 fl 'V' , i -um R. r Q . 4 1 sf he I ll 4,15 9 9 v 'tp A1 fig 7 3 'W rv 7 7 , 1 r 4 t 4 1 .2-. re CHARLES BEYRENT HCHASU Vocational Wilh wavy hair and look: lo march He'll make mme girl a handxome mich FFA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 2, 5 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Science Club 4 Athletic Council 3, 4 - v . 4- --fer ,. 445 P! . ... , - N eq.. . - '7a"i,.,-"L" - - . u'+gav,rae-m---,,--1:51 2, .r'--,,53I:.- N x If ROBERT CARPENTER BOB' Vocational With hi: mum' he ha! cheered our ears So we'll remember him through the year! Hi-Y Treasurer 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 5, President Glee Club 1, 2, 3 FO-ED 5, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Student Council 4 Athletic Council 4 Science Club 4 Visual Aide Club, President 4 1 U P x ,r' ru.: Eddie has proved lo all ' ' i'?4E?iS: N1-is 4 . - -- ww qcvfww-t -."" vvyxgm mr ,. "f25ii?Sdllg!f.mi:.A6l...:4L..m:.r ., 1.4.4,--...M -Qiilyl, ,ff-1' - -... fan ' . ,Ag -, ,gf--A.-:1:'f:h:i.e - "4-A ,. -,. H Q. ,w ' '--.nw fa. gui.--' V1oLET CARPENTER "VIH General A working girl and really nite She giver the love-lorn much advire FHA 1 2 3 President 4 FHA County Historian 4 Glee Club 1 2 5 Secretary and Treasurer 4 FO-ED humor editor 4 Library Club 2 5 Treasurer Vice President 4 Soft alll 2 5 4 Girls Basketball 1 2 3 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3 4 1 Y ! 7 7 I 7 7 I b , , , D D Y V, , yt yy' K I 5 g, J W ini .wJ CATHERINE CARTER HCATHIEH Academic Brown hair, green eye: and flashy .fmile Sbe like! dancing any rtyle FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 4 Ensemble 1, 2, 5, 4 FO-ED Feature Editor 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Assistant Literary Editor 4 Latin Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4 Science Club 4 Visual Aide Club 4 Senior Play 4 N. - W A Q MW 5 ...L M. ' ""-"W"--' Miz: jxfi' SM-fi' " J-T-lk NANCY COTTELL "jEANIE"' General Nancy bar 4 pleamnt .rmile An Arlirl'J band and lot: of style FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 FO-ED Art Editor 3, 4 Softball 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Cheerleaders 5, Co-Captain 4 Yearbook Staff Art Editor 4 Latin Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 5 Historian 4 Science Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Senior Play 4 ANN DICKINSON "ANN" Academic Ann with her lovely soprano voice 'F I: :ure fo he a talenz .rroufr choice fi 515' FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 fy? NHS 2, 3,4 3335, Class Officer, President 3 3,1511 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 it FO-ED 1, 2, 3, Feature Editor 4 ' Softball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Oratorical Contest First Place 2, Second Place 3 "I Speak for Democracy Contest" Third Place 4 Cheerleader, Twirler 1 Yearbook Staff Ad Editor 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 3, 4 V Tri-Hi-Y Vice President 3 NE Dist. Sec. 4 District Chorus 3, 4 State Chorus 4 Pennsylvania junior Academy of Science 2 Who s Who 2 F cfs: Science Club 4 V MALCOLM EYET "MAC" Vocational Mac'.r joking way and curly hair Make him noticeable anywhere FFA 1, 2, 3, Reporter 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff, Patron Manager 4 Senior Play 4 Hi-Y 4 Dramatic Club 3, 4 1 'Ka t it -ei . . 'Yu N 4 N 1 '- EUGENE GOZIKOWSKI "GENE" Vocational Loaded with charm if thi: young guy Many a girl for him will .figh FFA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4 Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Reporter 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 FO-ED 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Science Club 4 if wi 'X Bi L - ,fb-Qi., 'gggit , -'Pile V 'Q , MK lw'AT.L'tef+3' .Trl . r ink r V' ,.,.,!. - x Academic On the bafkethall floor the rate: FH 1 2 3 4 NHS 3 4 Treasurer Class Officer Treasurer 2 Ensemblel 2 3 4 FO-ED Business Manager 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff Snapsho Editor 4 Student Council 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4 Science Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 A: a Phyxieal Ed Teacher Jhe'll he great "HN Raw, W f u 'f?"l 3 1-ri ,,,vf"'w 'A ., -,ff-' l MILDRED Louisa HAL1.s'r12AD "MILLIE"' ,gf J? 1 I' ti' A r 1 v fit rm , , is , if 1 7 v I , R , , , S r Bowman HAWK "EDDIE" Vocational Popular with .rtriking perxonality What more could anyone with to he FFA 1, 2, Sentinel 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 FO-ED 4 Baseball 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ,gif Senior Play 4 aff Hi-Y 4 xg?-V Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Effie' 4 MARION HOFFMAN "z1P" Commercial She'.r friendly and pretty and love Her :mile we all appreciate FHA 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4 Class Officer, Reporter 3 Glee Club 1 FO-ED 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 Yearbook Staff Literary Editor 4 Office Staff 4 Student Council Vice President 4 Athletic Council 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 A Dramatic Club 4 Senior Play 4 1- 2 1',, .-, . u f , af! 4' , uf , . -, if . , J, Y., 4, . ,MLK K Lb, .N ,1 ' M,-v.,,, -- 0.56 ,R .r to :hate 'f ' FRANCES JACQUES "FRANN1E" ,QQ i' Academic P H' ' Fmnnie ir tall, quiet and :weetff -545- Smart and attractive, alwayr neat v WESS. Wye!" ""f'f'333'f':e- A 31 l 2.1,-:E 5 ' Q 43 1 f fffi j 0 FHA 1, 2, Historian 3,4 A NHS 4 Class Officer, Secretary 1, 2, Vice President 2, 4 Glee Club 1, 2 FO-ED, FO-Bit Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 Library President 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Copy Editor 4 Basketball 4 Who's Who 2 Senior Play 4 Visual Aide Club Secretary 4 Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 4 Latin Club 1, 2 NJHS 1 ' Science Club 4 5551-" 122 4 if ' .r J- f. K J ,rf H Tx-1oMAs Keyes TOM" Vocational In rome :lanes Tom is quiet When be get: started be'.r 4 riot FFA 1, 2, 3, President 4 Glee Club 1, 2 FO-ED 4 Baseball 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 3 Science Club 4 Hi-Y, Vice President 4 Basketball Timekeeper 3, Player 4 CELIA MILLER "cami" Academic -. Celia if a little girl with a great big grin 1 x In future year: more friend: .rbe'll win 1 , Dramatic Club 3, 4 FH 1 2 3 4 NHS 3 Program Chairman 4 Glee Club 1 FO ED Sports Editor 4 Cheerleader 2 Yearbook staff 4 Student Council 4 Latin Club 1 2 Tn H1 Y Chaplain 5 President 4 Basketball Team Manager 3 Senior Play Pennsylvania junior Academy of Science 2 A Y Y Y ,- . i if . 44 ' --1 it .JFQ 1 N . ,z 1. , :tr t -15+ PEM Science Club 3 4 1' . i il I a 1 'Ng 7-,n.':2,f.w -3 ,,-fer tl . - , ,. 134.11-f---" 5' M w , " wi? , . , K was -. I-.N , - Wa, 355, P. I x -I zu, 4, its I ln fl ' I 11 ' TVN. ll' , we fri? ' 2 :WX ROSE ELLEN MILLER Rosns Academic FHA 1, 5, 4 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Manager 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Latin Club 1 Science Club 4 -.- Q' 4 w. I' ,R Q' -1 55, " M -tl -Y: In - QQ, or PATRICIA RUPSKY Commercial Alway: firn to help More in need In ber fuzure plan: :be will .rurreed NHS 2, Historian 3, Historian and Vice President 4 FO-ED "Fads and Fashions" Editor 4 Yearbook Staff Historian 4 PFPATII A willing helper and endle.r: talker A regular joker, none can top her FHA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4 Class Officer, President 1, Secretary 3 Glee Club 1, 2 FO-ED 3, Exchange Editor 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Photography E Office Staff 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 1, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice President 4 Science Club 4 Dramatic Club Treasurer 3, 4 NJHS 1 WALTER SICKLER Vocatronal Crup burr brown eye: FF 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 HI Y 4 Science Semor Play 4 Yearbook 4 - -,r,g,5..- ,,7! V vm ditor "we, 9' Wonder ulbere bi: future lie: A , , , ' 4 """"'e5 31-av., r- 'fffij ff f RAYMOND SHATROUSKY "RAY Vocational To raise fine cowx ix Ray J aim He J alfa happy when Jbooling game FFA 1 2 3 Secretary 4 Glee Club 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play 4 I1 C T nf- A if 4 7 , xiii, 'w IDA MAE Svwmrz "ma" Vocational Quiel and sweet ix Ida all day Tbix if jun ber natural way FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4 FO-ED 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Club 4 Senior Play 4 , --' M 1- !Wi7"'k',1 WNW' 3lsf7'!7"' -,ha ...pm 4 V- - -- ., ., ,x . Alam 53.9.-S W4 RONALD VANGASBECK HRONNIEH Vocational Friendly af be can be Wilb a Jtreak of mifcbief and deuiltry FFA 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Science Club 4 Science Club 4 f A Q, FA . 'fu . 4:1 .' 3 If . N' -it 'Ee nf-1' ' ef Q F? s Hs is 1 Q ,ivgffg k , N 551 . stiff-, 1 ft: f-2155- . L .gil vw .5 fha, L '1. -5' , W 1 K' 12--1 L 3 .,.. ,. 'tffiv T" E fig .Q :il all x . '15 .1 1' 'GP ffl Wai" K- gqjr 3. FW!! Life if but a picture Upon ity canvas lies the fate Of all the humble figurex That Goa' alia' once create. Uqwqleiksi cLSSYY1ah 1 :ly l -l ? Q I U., -. lg ... -. gp. kg 4 - x " 1 5 2 5 ,ill l ax X M. Avery V. Bancala J. Bohr R. Smalser, Prefident A. Boos J. Castellani L. Conrad J. Keim, Vive President D. Dickinson D. Franko S. Golenski G. Hoeffner, Secretary E. Hunt C. jacques B. Cordes C. Bedell, Treasurer Their Blurred Eyes Become More Clear as They Approach Their Serzior Year. R. O'Dell E. L. Peak J. Peoples D. Reynolds E. Rought H. Stephens M. Swartwoocl N. Swartz E. Ultsh H. Watkins E. Weaver M. Rieder D. Ketell S. Matalavy R. Naylor jgfgj .ew he ---' ' "3 .. 3.f.,.r- pggqfk -S .. '5 saab- SH: fR,r '5'fS" 7: f ffl.: 3' . ,::Q'.r:v"-:J ' '-'f-aww :JZ 1.51, 5 qE.af':.': " 11 .Ii5::I'2-" ""' iii! :EHSFX ' H. Eastwood, President B. Avery D. Avery E. Rood, Vice Prefidemf R. Babiarz J. Bachman J. Veety, Sefretary J. Billings R. Bonno P. Davis, Treafurer A. Bullock J. Bullock Life IJ .ro Interesting- Full of Boys and Dates and Everything H. Dickinson J. Dunbar E. Gorko P. Heise C. Hunt B. Martin A. Miller M. Mitteer G. Shafer R. Dulsky A. Shatrowsky B. Smith W. Strumski J. Webb :', . ' f i .Z Y to R. Britton ,.A,:. f R ,, J. Gilpin Prefident f Q5 J .... . .. P , .. , . mm . .:,' A . ":' - D. Avery K - . L 7. q.,, . , ...M X H . , s W 5, J, Capweu C V f H. Carpenter rrr ' V. Castellani, Vit-e Prefident -' R at - L V. Golenski E :. . M. Smalser, Serretary S M S rr r A. .Y fr Q xx irl rgsgzf- . i 1: 1: - G. Gorko E. Gozikowski I. Heydon, Treafzzrer They Think That in the Picture They Hold the Greatest Spot, Oh, How Mztch They'11e Yet to Learn, to See They'1'e just at Dot. W. Herron M. Marcinonis N. Mikulski 3' 315 l QC . , - 5 -lx,-. 1211 ,I .Jil ' 2 f ,fff2'tifr..-MY. g,.iTis1iii2.'-- 2 sr .S wir. ' 112.262 . f k7i'f'.ff15'dfff ' tf.,fi:L- V ' " 2 .X A. Miller L. Miller J. Naylor R. Naylor R. O'Del1 R. Pierce C ' 4, ' L .. C. Rosencrance 'Y e . C. Ross D. ROl1ght C ":": . .q q N l ' R. Sikos G. Szerafinski A. Ultsh R. VanAuken K. Wall R. Rickaby D. Stover B. Goldstien J. Grzybowski, Prerident J. Avery J. Dewitt J. Dickinson, Vire President R. Dodge A. Gibbs M. Miller, Serretary C. Gibbs R. Gilpin 1. Prudish, Treafurer K R. Hallstead T. Kessler X W Then' Cbzldlaood Days They Have Pmnted Wztb Ease A And Hzgber Education Tbey're Ready to Seize l R. Matalavy E. Naylor I. Paylor W. Peoples J. Richards B. Rosencrance B. Sickler R. Sickler R. Strohl A. Sutter M. Swartz S. Ulkoski J. Veety T. Veety R. Wall S. Wall F. Watlcins J. Webb A. Reynolds R. Rice S f 'Sq 'z , , W "- , A ,-' , . ' if. - - .L-k is ig, gf ,.,' ii i 3 .as 5.1 xiii WTIQI " U -- gs - . X i E i x 26 R Qc K K .154 - -as. .. .. .: 4 2 'A 3? 3 fx K 'S x XX 3 i fbi: S is i c ui 7: i , 1 .. . . ss . . 5 .isssw -isis - 'A , f- A 'S 1.1 : -, s f 5. ' . .Q ' 5- .5 - 1 . ,g. Sas' M aes f 1 ax. .. No two figures quite the same Yet Each Has a Chance for Fame. B. Avery B. Avery J. Avery E. Babiarz C. Bancala A. Caldwell E. Capwell J. Dailey J. Davis j. Davitt N. Dickinson I. Richards, President P. Miller, Vice President C. Dickinson, Secretary J. Dunbar, Treasurer EVENT D. Eccleston M. Giannetti A. Gibbs G. Hawk A. Kettell P. Kowalcik G. Micheals P. Mislevy R. Peoples W. Pierce I. Prudish C. Purdy R. Ross A. j. Rogers R. Sands C. Secor H. Singer R. Smith E. Snover V. Strohl C. Swartz E. Trakimas P. Webb B. Wisneski aka 5 , wr si. ' L W V s'-' f 7. 55,9 L W s f --:' S in as S 'Nba .2'?5fHg . Q5 a-4 V: .- ,rx fs? 'Q-ui Xflcnksses in -,, W..a...f.,.1'?'f' ,g 'Pr o 2 Y' a ss -Ywfdx, ' flux-,, 4 1 ffm ,, llkusicis "'ff 1 O DYI ix.. f R E '?pQQY'E2S,S 31? 1 128 rf. s if, 4 X . First row: S. Watkins, N. Leshinsky, C. Davis, C. Taylor, G. Miller, D. Mitter, D. Bainbridge, J. Heydon, J. Paylor. Second row: J. Naylor, P. Peoples, J. Dodge, M. L. Szerafinski, E. M. Rought, K. Grzybowski, J. Babiarz, C. Evans, M. Veety, S. Dixon, A. Wyandt. Third row: A. M. Gorko, D. Hallstead, M. J. Evans, A. Deleo, D. Billings, J. Wolff, E. Bray, D. Thomas, S. Avery, N. Stephens, G. Ulkoski, Mrs. Thompson, Home Room Teacher. Absent: J. Lair, P. Russell. T ' - ii' Q, tg. ,.. ,Y First row: J. Ulrich, J. Hegedty, E. Wall, J. Mislevy, V. Ross, K. Bainbridge, M. A. Thomas, P. Davitt. Second row: J. Speth, F. Miller, J. Ulkowski, A. Strohl, W. Hendershot, R. Franko, B. Eccleston, T. Grzybowski, L. Hendershot. Third row: J. Richards, R. Rosencrance, T. Giannetti G. Evans, K. Wisneski, K. Wolfe, R. Gilpin, M. Lancaster, N. Kettell. Absent: C. Frear, D. Kess- ler, S. Kresge, J. Clark, D. Hastie, L. Eckel. R. Dailey, R. Kenia, B. Wyandt. B. Miner, Mrs. H. Madden, Teacher. v First row: R. Wall, J. Hegedty, S. Sutter, G. Taylor, D. Ross, S. Ross, R. Rought, E. Lair, J. Fritch, A. Davitt. Second row: J. Smith, T. Faulkner, L. Ewans, J. Giannetti, E. Veety, E. Dickin- son, B. Bancala, R. Edleo, E. Wall, D. Gilpen, E. Bullock, B. Smith. Third row: A. Carpenter, J. Britton, L. Davis, W. Billings, D. Swartwood, A. Wilson, F. R. Blachek, A. Smalser, J. Gil- bert, M. Mikulski, J. Trakimus, Mrs. Reynolds. Absent: M. Bray, D. Eccleston, C. Gorko, C. O'dell. First row: F. Frisco, B. Trauger, D. Hedegty, N. Miller, M. A. Grzybowski, C. Dickinson. Second row: D. Snyder, R. Wisneski, A. L. Avery, L. Eckel, S. Szajkowski, F. A. Snyder, R. Gibbs. Third row: S. J. Thompson, H. Strohl, R. Gorko, R. Lodesky, G. Stephens, P. VanAuken, C. Richards. Absent: A. Seshensky, S. Singer, M. Dailey, D. Walters, G. Peoples, N. Michaels, Miss DeWitt. First row: R. Bullock, M. Ulkoski, C. Secor, A. Mislevy, J. Davis, T. Drobish, W. Carr, J. Dixon, D. M. Randazzo, A. Ross. C. A. Garey. Second row: B. Naylor, L. Rozelle, B. A. Jacques, K. French, J. Szajkowski, R. Nichols, A. Dodge, R. Rought, T. Buza, G. Rupsky, R. White. Third row: Mrs. Bath, Teacher, R. Babiarz, S. Billings, L. Swartz, A. Cannella, J. Strumski, W. Gilbert, S. Britten, L. Boos, J. Felter, J. Derlin. Absent: D. Dickinson, W. Eccleston, R. Faulkner, M. Gumaer, C. A. DeLeo, H. Snyder. First row: M. Hegedty, W. Fritsch, D. Paylor, D. Hastie, D. Veety, M. Cannella, R. Gregory, D Avery, G. Headley, D. Snover, K. Swartwood, I. Miller, D. Smith. R. Wall. Second row: S. Gibbs B. Walter, M. Strohl, B. Bray, D. Rupsky, K. Nichols, S. Bubb, L. Strohl, D. Dailey, C. Van Auken, F. Coldwell, D. Ross, A. Billings, D. Adams, M. Gilpin, M. Gilpin. Third row: Mrs McKune, Teacher, M. Gregory, S. Raub, T. Giannetti, M. F. Twisdale, C. Frear, P. Coolbaugh H. Anderson, J. Beyrent, A. Purdy, C. Frear. L. Clark, E. Ploak, B. Rosencrance, J. Jones, S. Smith M M: W- I - " W?-ia-5 was BETTY KISHBAUGH PHYLLIS PEAK CARO L1 H624 B4 NF 4 Q S1 in RB RQ 55 39508 A 6851321 5 ,cami cabwi The Queen and her court. Theme " CORONATION' ' Flower girlr EIVO LEP L4 v'1Z41e O 41V4 R-EN E516 SHARON BILLINGS DONNA RANDAZZO Crown Bearer ALEX MISLEVY S ha gEYS8hL5 RUTH SA! SPS' EY-Bb E Q4 'ily The '53 ELCAMINO received "First Place" honors in the Columbia Press Association Yearbook Contest. Congratu- lations! D WAR Pe, Elf ,GQ-9 gn W4 Tk, efdiezz NS 1 v cf 'CH Tx fr f fills! WQ', X r !7Ewl 5 h 'ff' ' ffl..- !' Q .-... . . ,c A-HM M , Q'-was .- nf' 5' ,...,......,,-,, X , ff'-M44 -K ' " ' ' a .1..pf'1"'f .L , .. ,,,,..,-, .-,. 192151: ,Ag:.-zu. . . Yx Q I . . f. an -n , , 1 - f ' 3, ' B, Y ' ' Y x. ' . 2. ' "- , . - ' KL 1 p f .r .1 .f - - 1' ,Q .:' 1' ' j Nw" ug: ' rf I - : 1.3 M- -if 4 mL , Anti WHS Life if hut a picture AJ teen through a kaleidoscope With Jmall irwifihle beings Called Charity, Faith and Hope. ugy:l3vg'Y UU'-Ylxili I I I I First row: I. Richards, M. Hallstead, V. Carpenter, Reporterg L. Talcott, Mr. L. A. Pelton Supervising Principalg A. Dickinson, R. Smalser, Treasurerg J. Gilpin, T. Keyes, M Dziak, President. Second row: P. Rupsky, R. Carpenter, C. Beyrent, E. Bachman, J. Veety F. jacques, Secretaryg C. Miller. H. Eastwood, M. Hoffman, Vice Presidentg R. VanAuken 1953 SCHOOL CALENDAR 1954 September 9-School opened October 22, 23-Institute November 5-Senior Chicken Supper November 13-N.H.S. Induction November 17-Tri-Hi-Y Birthday Party-Hi-Y Organized November 26, 27-Thanksgiving Holidays ' December 8-N.I.H.S. Induction December 23-Senior Christmas Dance December 23 to january 4-Christmas Holidays january 22-junior Bake Sale january 28-29-Mid-Year Exams Qlowa Testsj February 17--Beginning of Teen Talks March 26-Senior Bake Sale April 6--N.H.S. Induction April 7-Annual School Exhibit April 13-N.j.H.S. Induction April 14 to 20-Easter Holidays April 23-Senior Play May 5-Girl Scout Banquet May 12-Mother-Daughter Tri-Hi-Y Banquet May 19-May Day May 21-junior-Senior Prom May 27-Senior Banquet May 30-Baccalaureate Service june 1-Moving-Up Day Exercises june 2-Class Night june 3, 4-Final Exams june 4-Commencement June 7-Seniors go to Washington Iune 8-Last Day of School First row: R. jacques. Clerkg Mr. L. A. Pelton, Supervising Printipalg R. VanAuken. Second row: P. Rupsky, Miss Naomi M. Hons. Advisor, Mr. Dziak, M. Hoffman, Absent, Lenna Talcot. Xl J X 1 Q Y First row: I. Swartz. M. Dzaig. V. Carpenter, D. Reynolds. F. jacques. P. Rupsky. M. K. Carter. R. Carpenter. Second row: L. A. Pelton. Supervising Principal, Miss Naomi Advisor, M. Marcinonis. G. Hoeffner. M. Avery. E. Rought, A. Boos. M. Mitteer, J. Stevens, E. Ultsh, E. Peak J, Keim, R. O'Dell. S. Matalavy, R. Miller, A. Dickinson, M. Third row: C. Swartz, V. Bancala. R. Babiarz, H. Dickinson. T. Keyes, E. Gozikowski. J. Peoples, E. Hunt, R. Smalser, D. Franko. R. VanAuken, C. Miller. Hallstead. M. Hons, Ayers. H. Hoffman. E. Hawk, D" in om . -J ,, A 9' f lv Q r, 'Ji M 'Wt- First row: B. Miner, A. Smalser, C. Bancala, J. Lair, J. Speth, J. Ulrich. Second row: L. Davis, M. Dziak, G. J. Szerafinski, A. Dickinson, R. Miller, R. A. O'dell, C. Carter, V. Bancala, C. O'dell. Third row: J. Davis, M. Miller, R. Naylor, R. Hallstead, E. Hawk, C. Bedell, B. Car- penter, D. Hallstead, D. Swartwood. OFFICERS-First row: Robert Smalser, Vice President, Violet Carpenter, Treasurer, Mercedes Dziak, Secretary and Reporter, Frances jacques, Presideritg Mr. Robert C. Haag, Advisory Judith Dunbar, Ruth Ann O'dell, Eugene Gorko. Second row: Duane Dickinson, Victor Castellani, Harry Dickinson. Robert Babiarz. W r B Pour E lub i l i 5' l u p-' I . l r.yl y '1.i,h.,. .,,.1w" , " ' " .JMi.s.. " A . aff" Q ,,, , ,... 4.41, in i 5 x". . ,Il 4 . i X i J -.fr C i H M 1 ' - -., UPG. WN Miss Marilyn M. jones, Advisor, A. Dickinson, S. Matalavy, M. Mitteer, M. Hallstead, M. Dziak, R. Miller, J. Dunbar, K. Carter. if First row: R. VanAuken, S. Matalavy, Reporterg P. Rupsky, Treasurerg M. Dziak, Secretary B. Smalser, President, A. Dickinson, Vice President, Mr. Robert G. Haag, Advisor, M. Hall stead. Second row: G. Hoeffner, L. Talcott, A. Miller, A. Boos, E. Peak, R. O'dell, C. Mil ler, J. Keim, K. Carter, B. Smith, M. Hoffman. Third row: C. Gibbs, B. Peoples, A. Gibbs R. Matalavy, E. Hunt, M. Eyet, H. Dickinson, R. Wall, E. Gorko. Qu... Drmmaiie Club If' 1 . V.. .. wt' f3yf44'5Qg,q Lam gs K 5 X 4 '-. -vt-'A ..' 43, 5. . R f,i:...l,,'fN lit' 5,3 ,- 5 -F. QQQQ 5 if Y'f .-in Miss Marilyn jones, Advisor. First row: E. Peak, V. Carpenter, J. Veety, B. Avery, B. Smith. Second row: C. Hunt, A. Miller, N. Mikulski. G. Szerafinski, J. Webb, I, Heydon, L. Miller. D. Rought. J. Keim. Third row: C. Ross, P. Davis, K. Wall, Golenski, I. Swartz, Bullock. E. Rought, A. Bullock. Fourth row: R. O'clell, L, Talcott, H. Stephens, A. Miller, A. Boos, J. Bachman, M. Marcinonis. f -rf-1lQf5f1't'if. f MWM- ww nYS CC W N Miss Marilyn jones, Advisor, A. Dickinson, Accompanist. First row: D. Avery, B. Martin, E. Gor- ko, A. Shatrousky. Second row: K. Gunton, G. Shafer, W. Strumski, D. Avery, R. Babiarz. Third row: J. Billings. H. Eastwood. xx xx ,.,,.,.., , .1. . 2 pa .. A ., . .- ,rn , '. .' '. f . . H if w - .ly ,f-C' 4' 4 .. MTX, -f -ry. ,, gi.: ., , if 4, L'!,'."' vs: I fn vi ' ,il vi 1 V ' V' : ..' ei-, ,f 'fn3ff'a2f' I ..xA' 'iff Q19 D .v ,Am H4 .l,f'y,v:ff,- Q. I If " ,r ,- ,' ff. II . h?,p,.l 'Q' v '1 I I '-32623. r M "al v -n".mv':j i W A i 4, ml L 1 ,YY . 'W ' 'G HN -3,3195 9. Q. - ' A vfvv'.fi""4 A S fa? K. 5 'diva E -' . gg ' s ,. V' Q' ,.. new U 'S b", Q0 Pictured above are the members of the F.H.A. Club for 1953-54 at Falls-Overfield High School. OFFICERS-Miss McGrath, Advisorg Violet Carpenter. Presidentg Marian Hoffman, Vice Presi- dentg Ruth VanAuken, Secretaryg Mary Smalser, Reporterg Margaret Marcinonis, Historian. .43 9,31 W 5 . ,seam V W., ...ft ,fa V .M . t. v'r'l' 5-"-. EFF? - . .- . '- p a'pf.1'-i .',"1 -- I - 'J' f-'l x rf' - e ffrwff 'iii-illgiif J-'W--'I' ff . le e r N ns. - in . ...I M-ig-'wffkis :?,T'1iL1.,. "M.,,w5-A-QS tflwt :MQ '.,l?1,K-,- " h""TZfi- it.'1-if'v'i'iQW+ii-5431 W n 's+gf1,:--Q'v.'N h,.,.i,r..,..w. .,.. sg!-.-v-.',a,. mlfnslrv-vnu.-IIM-'hu-v-Fan ' ,. ' L, 5:v,fggj3j1?f:4'u,fQiij Q Y' fl?":fF'l,Xj"'i '.4":1?-I: X Per Q! fsflf J. 45 gqpfz 1 I V is 5 , mlm e ' - WM! Pictured above are the members of the F.F.A. club for 1953-54 at Falls-Overfield High School. OFFICERS-Mr. Kresge, Advisorg Thomas Keyes, Presidentg james Peoples, Vice Presidentg Raymond Shatrouslcy, Secretary: Charles Beyrent. Treasurerg Maxwell Swartwood, Reporterg Edward Bachman, Sentinel. 5 gl P- rim ' af I sf, f 4 4 F J' .fir 'f' 7 A 'fy ,7 v an it .' fn! 'gn b Q u 1 ' rt ' ,: I' if ,144 f ffxjlf-IL". 'r 9 Agn f 4 5 ' 5 C . ,S :I I v 15 I' Zh r' xl j,.'.f A91 71 91' S' 4" gf I - .ro x v . "'Q,,:m, if E ii r - 4'-Ji, .1 1Q, ,,. . ??',ii 'ff .E J f Ee' 'S -'Z R 3. -r' l- 'va 5 1- x J 'S A Ol' l 'J ' ..-," ' ,r" lg! . SZ J L Lf l , l Zliiuiai if I X fflfx, C if A fmt, uf K L 'X Xu- . . , . 4 f' ,X First row: K. Carter, R. VanAuken, Secretaryg V. Carpenter, A. Dickinson, M. Dziak. Second A4 row: L. Talcott, M. Hallstead, Treasure-rg F. jacques, C. Miller, J. Vee-ty. Third row: C. fl Bedell. R. Carpenter, Presidentg R. Miller, Historiang E. Hunt, Reporterg D. Kettell, Miss 'Ll Naomi Hons, Advisorg Mr. L. A. Pelton, Supervising Principal. Organized May 9, 1947. RA N f' XX ' x , . . , f x f X .X X c X 41 X , I X, if x ff 5 ffff X VN, X f x C, XX fx Q X! X I' -N X xx, xi XX NX XX 1 . N gg, ,'Qg:..F XX-Xxx-x EY I I -NX CM XXX fl' XXX Q X First row: A. Caldwell, P. Franko, Chaplaing J. Dickinson, Vice Presidentg J. Gilpin, Pres identg N. Mikulski, Reporterg I. Heydon, Secretary. Second row: Miss Naomi M. Hons Ad visorg A. Miller, J. Grzybowski, G. Szerafinski, V. Castellani, J. Ayers, R. VanAukei1, A. Rogers, J. Golenski, Mr. L. A. Pelton, Supervising Principal. Absent: Mary Smalser, Treas- urer. Organized April 20, 1951. 7V .ffl 59 1 D I M""X Q5 , if gf' .. fx? v .M Q -,. fit 2 -1+ ,l 1 A X ' I TRI-HI-Y-Organized November 17 1953 Ch d has 1 TRI-HI-Y-Organized November, 1952. First row: L. Talcott, Reporterg M. Hallstead Treasurerg P. Rupsky, Vice President' C Miller P 'd , . , resi entg R. NanAuken, Secretaryg K. Carter, Chaplain. Second row: A. Dickinson, V. Carpenter, M. Hoffman, M. Dziak, Miss Naomi M. Hons, Advisor. Third row: A. Boos, E. Rought, J. Keim, G. Hoeffner. Fourth row: R. O'dell, B. Cordes, M. Avery. Fifth row: E. Ultsh, E. Peak. S' h ' ixt row. Helen Stephens. Absent: N. Cottell. .f' ff 1 Z X I .I , 0- ,,,.,,..1 4 AS ,i'X, ai XP' , A ' A I 'wiv , . artere Members are: First row: Miss Naomi Hons, Advisorg R. Naylor, R. Smalser, T. Keyes, R. Carpenter, Mr. L. A. Pelton, Supervising Principal. Second row: B. Sickler, E. Hawk, J. Bohr, D. Franko, E. H t. Th' d ' un ir row. E. Weaver, J. Peoples J. Castellani, S. Golenski. Fourth row: M. E ' ' ' ' yet, C. Odell, D. Dickinson. Fifth row: D. Kettelll. ..,..-- ',- f,,.-' -,,,,.- 4 ... iv-5 Snouflfs amcl B v:owYl3Q ,Rl ,J 5' . .Q I 5 he fl 1 C 0 , ma ns i' , r j l' 2 ,fa lj ' First row: L. Rozelle, J. Felter, S. Billings, S. Sutter. Second row: Mrs. Arthur Billings, Assist- ant Leader: G. Evans, L. Davis, R. Rosencrance, J. Richards, B. Miner, E. Veety, J. Smith, S. Ross, S. Thompson, J. Strumslri. Third row: Mrs. George Billings, Assistant Leader, Mrs. Howard Heise, Sr., Assistant Leader and Troop Committee Chairman, S. Watkins, C. Davis, M Veety, M J. Szerafinslri, N. Stephens, M. Evans, J. Dunbar, D. Rought, D. I-lallstead, P. Peoples, G. Miller, C. Taylor, Mrs. Raymond Hallstead, Brownie Leader: Naomi M Hons, Girl Scout Leader. Fourth row: D. Billings, J. Davis, E. Tralumas, I. Heydon, J. Golenslri, N. Milrulslri, G. Szerafinslci, J. Dunbar, A. Miller, L. Miller, A. J. Rogers, C. Swartz, E. Bray. sew -B14 if 3 R. Sikos. XX, W3 . xx. Y' Y' SWG, Keggeowes, . A. A5 .-94:61 1 fl o tum' Can' gk . . Vl' a ,XCY'We, Mifshl Mtch sick YWCA- U . I B. . axk3n?ima21ei" V W W ui g. s e, Smxi ' endanc SCO Ys Gibb 'Haag' IK . Ysosveew' . s C' 1 Mx0e'enKe'Q,v1 ' . bert Xa. CQIVMAQQ Gibbxif- RQJCCWQ H' Y' . . V '- b5' C' we J- 5 aevlcvb AS- A YL SXC W. A- ox on X435 . .e, Ysexln SCC , W' 05 A A- ws' -Sw TM 'Ov H tow' Peoygnnldxr Th dx . K YS' . sie' 1 fxrs wb W H 21 Nal MV Wea uxmg. Ha N S90 S- EASS,5gf"f1,4xxWg sw' 42 S I 1' , 6 4 4360 nvu' 3 'L . L+ . BK 2 Inv I ar . 50B 7 OVW D. Y.. S A. asbec XJQXV5 Qyad? C . I kxgf' - 1 C . GQXXEORNSXLSYI' 9 wc Y .Yr a gen? N' E pcs! 'swenteqi eg 'Y Y :flaw 4. , R SN 'sk M V 'K f al: X agtgf s E Q ow-. veg' Nl' Safq 5eC0nA?TYJmS . . Y- aa' Y5v350iq,eYlten axysiik A C. . -Laxes XXYOADQ Sw W tion Ks E- 3 Swain' U4 0. Aida ULu.l: ORGANIZED IN NOVEMBER, 1953 lfirst row: A. Boos, j, Peoples, C. Carter, R. Carpenter, E 1085, F- JHCQUCS, M. Smalser, R. Smalaser, M. M' P. Heise, j. Billings, V. Bancala, . Hawk. Second row: A. Dc-leo iller. Third row: R. Dodge, R. H G- S2ffHfl'USlCi, A. Wyandt, L. A, , D. Bill- allstead, j. ' ' Pelton, " Gilpin, Advisor. 4 Ving 1 innjoying thing 'T' iz' Leisure Littln ha Annig sq...- -:Qing-rt? fy, - .frwfi-55123 ff' 53' i A - ful' Q? :Eli Y 4, ,.'. A, .yI"7pf" , .-5 .' ' I' f'3'93' fp-. Rug, I WH 4- y Y?"- 1 'x If v. 9- l ,, ix 'Y K 'x ami 5, ., . K W ., . -f-. ' 2 uw- fit. l ' 'j1"4 fx 1 ..-F , ii, 17: Q eff- V9 2--2 fe-'f .5 E, ie- " .. jp 3 i4 Q? 1 4 -- .." N 3- u.fPff1' QV' gn.,--.A 4- . ve . . M 4' In 4-,if ,351 fl i xxx 15 " """"ft -W dz Q nag " Y. v fx -199. 9 , K Bl ,I . b . Ii.. W 1 4-nxt , 44355 ,f-..' . '. H. V ,Z 1 X. - 5 - ' ,,,-' 1v- L ' . E.. 1-ff :XSL , . --. -A w , ' -zu... 1' mfr... -- -4'i.'T'..:.' ' ....,, H . AW LH! as Life if hut a picture- A golden pathway filled with dreamy That when :een in reality l.vn't what it xeems. -U., ug ' . :F , Q V35 L22 T? f aff 'if F 7 fi 2' 1 . , , lb :. 3 -I .4 S 1 f if k My T . l f " ,V,, ,ff K if f ,f .7,,f"' , , M. EMM G31Jl'gISH Ogfb Q 4 ii 5 ,5 .2:, f 3, li an f I ' ' . .7 - 'Q 1 ' , E N ' . 7 ' L V. ,a 'Q '-1 'f -j': '71 I 5 L 'f Q , ' Q ' 'F 31 5 - , 1 ls. Y. I. ,f X NX ,L .YF I z IVVV I 1 Ex 4 5, M Y X A R. HENRY M XX IQZALESK ' X H Fdful Um' C0 I iff 'Y . X 'PW M1f,1f"'9 N' X V fi '-eff X , J N -rw X f A Q X xx, .L WX .YIV VA xx .S V.'N ROSE . R X V M ER X.. X X C 1 A , "XX ' Xxx I X, - Xi XX h N NX Xxx w kfJ7f,m2H X -' Si kt- Xxx X X 'I X Kfgi M EDWARD X, X - TWEAVER . ,x i D fp 1 Ilneke k . X EPO' ! 0 F v 0 0 vi- 5 I A 4, Xl X ,, 5 49. 'sf 'fn 3 4 na! 44 v X ' 4 X ,A fa ,Q X upewximg, YYWGVBX3 E' aonfx NX- YX0fX5f 0 Nhss S 5 - V ' ' ' ' Yakov 5 . Caspemer, event' L' 'N NY N Y ,N-,Y.,VanAuke0. - . Y, e EXE-YT, xss q H51 YOU L Taxcous YXOQQYQQQ, SSCOOA 1094 . Haag, ML C3930 Sxeq 1 Ng YK ng Q bM1.aXesXu, Y- 0 3' M"miO'A' " 6 Y ' ' we am gaxvh XCcesg,e,1sMss Seamxe c Q . ff- f--FW K K- 'X f A ' L Bachwa . - Mc. GJ amen S- kwo XA- SONS, YM' X- .. , Z Zdfnq MM 'fx ., V Iliff' 1 . x XS. Jw f 1 ax.. 'PW' vi' H 46 nm., LQ' L u M Fvlwv -Q: S D Qu , V '9 r if : l 3. ll 4 '5,. .,. First row: V. Carpenter, L. Talcott, R. VanAuken, M. Hoffman, Captain, P. Rupsky, M. Hall- , stead. Second row: R. Dulsky, E. Rought, M. Mitteer, A. Miller, P. Davis, Mrs. E. J. Fish, . J x Coach. Third row: G. Hoeffner, M. Avery, S. Matalavy, J. Bachman, A. Boos, B. Smith. NX f if sn ' X, Q n A '11v,1,,, -as.-.77 12 XX i 1 ff ,r V -1:1 f N "' J ,Ei X, s sh E J tr S B Q41 we .xx 'xx X First row: B. Martin, W. Herron, E. Gozikowski, R. Sikos. Second row: W. Strumski, E. Bachman, C. Beyrent, captaing J. Peoples, J. Bohr, T. Keyes. Third row: Mr. H. Mazaleski, coach, H. East- wood, P. Heise, E. Hawk, M. Swartwood, J. Billings, R. Naylor. C. Rosencrance, XR xx .xx -.5 X , N. 1-f I -. .xl J. .i S . 5. . 1, 'Era Q. R' 'X 'N R ' 47 N --'. 1 SSP SCL 593 Left to right, clockwise around circle: M. Dziak, R. O'dell, H. Stephens, N. Cottell, Co-Captain, J. Veety, B. Avery, B. Smith, K. Carter. In Circle: L. Talcott, Captaing Miss Naomi M. Hons, Advisor. by l"L,"': ., jgvxui WP 'N 14 S X WLPXSPS First row: M. Veety. Second row: M. Davis, M. Mitteer, M. Smalser. Third row: l. Heydon, Miss 48 Marilyn jones, Advisor. L-eo. W3 Ham e Snaps and Scar'-as Falls-Ovcrfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfielcl Falls-Overfield Falls-Ovcrfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overficld Falls-Overfield Falls-Ovcrfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfielcl Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfielcl Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield Falls-Overfield BOYS 41 Dalton .,..,....,..... 37 Susquo-Wyoming 49 Factoryville ....,.. 5 2 Benton ....,., 71 Nicholson .....,, 59 Newton-Ransom 36 Susquo-Wyoming 43 Nicholson ........... 46 Factoryville ..,.... 40 Benton ...... 5 5 Dalton .,............. 41 Newton-Ransom . GIRLS 22 Dalton ..,,.,........, 43 Susquo-Wyoming 37 Factoryville ......... 40 Benton ...... 54 Nicholson .......,.., 37 Newton-Ransom 51 Susquo-Wyoming 59 Nicholson ,..,.,.,. 32 Factoryville ..... 51 Benton .. ...... .. 5 3 Dalton ............. 26 Newton-Ransom . 9 Y -fun K n.Yl4S1Fk,Y' ' THE "F" FORMATION consists of: M. Hallstead, V. Carpenter, M. Hoffman, Co-Captain, A. N l I 5 S 3.'.' Q . , . J 1 4 f J . ' Q' ,Q 'L ,--- ,. Dickinson, R. Miller, Mrs. Emma J. Fish, Coach: F. jacques, P. Rupsky, R. VanAuken, Captain. QTHE "O" FORMATION consists of: S. Matnlavy, G. Hoeffner, E. Rought, J. Bachman, A. lMiller, A. Boos, M. Avery, M. Mitteer. F . X. ' fi- A " -1 NN .L xxx 1 J l w ...zu gk -N: ,V QX X XX. r AA X . rl Mk K is x x . to K. lqgws mfs G., A A , . if x X .T - , s .N -A N ,, -q.f,7.,,,,.R' aku . it V A A N33 -.Tl ,Ear XX . , - : ,..5l?l"'r""'""'mfiw'A.? A I Ai g ,ah W b l' . X9 f jQ...Qfff A , -Ui.-,. H 'lgfgf-'l?:g yn mf, : ,ugl-I 'fam Vi.,-. Sf' 'fs P S O y . First row: B. Cordes, J. Webb, P. Davis, G. Szerafinslci, J. Dunbar. Second ro Milkuski, Mrs. Fish, Coachg A. Bullock, D. Rought. Third row: A. Miller, C. Hunt, I. Haydon, ' ' ' S l F. Bullock, M. Marcmonis, K. NWall, J. Golenski, M. ma ser. w: L. Miller, N. 50 l 'F Z. 7 Q ,"f!.j7 fl Hifi' 1 flip I X I f n n , , f ,f V I I I lj N 1. 1, A' , f f ' ' f 1 , f If ,4 f ,y . I' - fl I I , X, lf' if ff ' .W X f if 1 I I B. Martin, A. Ultsh, C. Rosencrance, J. Gilpin, R. Sikos, P f Franko, Mr. Henry Mazaleski, Coach. W xb1lQ"r13,.Ht,:,' i , ufifff A 5 ' I 'uf' .I ,N it -F' V ' 4 ROSE MILLER 1 I. .uI'q1.. Guard - I, V . .,-4' a -Us il . . 1,5 , 9 I., I I 'I'- " ?, Y I: xl N, N HIIIII .1-If I fha if 'I iii' 1 ,51 I 'TS I. f-I-'Pdf 1 -' Rf ' I 4 R3 U giem. . 'y lylgi' .A il' 1 I NAU' I , hu ! - K I 'Vg' ll ' 'F . 'F' W ' if '41 'I ' I --lg, 1. 1' :mf t K .1 an - RUTH VanAUKI-EN . Iyar -,II Captain V,, , I' Forward iff., I ff"!igf41"ff IW' A f .,..i.B V Rt. YR gm II jQ5.t.1!ifQi,,.TgII,L'r - ,.5.,f ,fxx-'Fifa I,- qam, .5-II-. PATRICIA RUPSKY Ig ar, M33 I fsrr I ,I i,3?,.i,gMfE 4,.K":!:I Forward ' -.gs f I , 'W A ,, 595. MILD EIMS' A 411 'KS ' 0 5' Q ., at ,- R , .N .J . A -wwwnvlv-fl'-'rf' . -A JACOB BOHR ROBERT CARPENTER Guard Guard 5 5' iii EDWARD BACHMAN Co-Captain Forward 516185 h MAXWELL SWARTWOOD ROBERT SMALSER Center Guard 1 B rx Y S A CHARLES BEYRENT Captain Forward A 3 THOMAS KEY ES EDWARD HAWK Forward Center :Timm Shn'Ys DONALD FRANK ' Guard W - t i ,K jf f for X' Y , f tilt X ,TJ'o ' ' Xt -.-J L IFE IS BUT A PICTURE ,Ji Fer 47, , X ' x X , Q, M zje if but a picture at? d,litQex all picture! do, t bat ad inner meaning Hidden froinjmortal view. Tbe meaning of tbe picture Hai great effect I l ffTil' li e'J picture Jtartf to fade, " 'hkAnd we Jtart to reflect. Tbe picture if so beautiful Af we're puffing by,' Nooman made beauty could compare Uiitlb wbat meet: our naked eye. l c ,- r Qife if butfdftqicture Tbatcldlftf .ro Jbift a wbileg IINJEGWJ we're .Qu a youtb before We'ue traueledfdown life'.r ifle. f- 'RN' Jig we !o'ok 'back on tbe picture me tzfe color: dull and brigbt, e cannot belp but tbink bow mucb Hay efcaped our bumble sigbt. Af our figfbrljlly picture And 2795 few tbings ,we goneff, May 5.164126 axxnowe color For anotberg nter bappineff. N V K QATHERINE ggvwggggjfig lan of 1954 - 3 , -1 ' . VCT'l4l S Swain Life if but a picture Advertise it well And if ity contentx .mtiffy You'll find that it will yell. Mr. and Mrs. T ,q-r. .W .. H:-J"""' Mrs. Angeline Ace K Aten Appliance . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Avery Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Azarovich -B- :- J .f- 1 - . .W ,.. M-. , .., ,,-51 -'vt ps . - Q x nr v . Jud, Q -, . 'w-'1 x. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. FoIsom's Stor Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. -f"' ff. . Harry Fau ner Carl Felter Harry Fischer e john Franko Stephen Franko Harry E. Frantz Gerald Franz Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bachman Mr. and Mrs. joseph Beyrent Bib 'n Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Billings Mr. and Mrs. George Billings Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Blachek Frank Bleya Mr. and Mrs. jacob Bohr Mr. and Mrs. Otto Boos Mr. and Mrs. Alex Botscheller Bowmans Service Station Rex Britton Kenneth Franz Mr. and Mrs. Raymond French Mr. and Mrs. john Frenzek A Friend A Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Armand Frisco Mr. and Mrs. William Fritsch -G- Delores Gamena Winters Garage Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Lewis Butwin .. C .- Richard Capwell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carey Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carpenter Earl Carpenter Miss Ruby Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Class of '55 Class of '56 Class of '57 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs William Carr Ezra Carter Victor Castellani Howard Champlin N. L. Champlin M. V. Clark Lewis Clark Van Conrad William Coolbaugh Floyd R. Cottell 1 D .. Robert Davis Michael Davitt Thomas Day Sandy Depadova Rocky Deleo . james DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Garey Josephine Georgiades Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibbs Stephen Golenski George Gorko joseph Gorko Stephen Gorko Leo Gozikowski Harold Gregory Mr. Horace S. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gregory Frank Grzybowski Francis Gumaer Kenneth Gunton Thomas Guss ..H... Mr. Robert G. Haag Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hallstead Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hallstead Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hastie Mr. and Mrs. Cecile L. Hay Edward Hawk ald w Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heise, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heise, Sr. Lee Hendershot Rolland Hendershot George Herron Charles Hess Eleazer Heydon Mr. and Mrs. John Heydon Theodore Hoeffner Miss Marian DeWitt Ann Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. joseph Dickinson Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Robert Dickinson . William Dickinson . joseph Drobish Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dunbar Mrs. H. Dulsky Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Durland Mercedes Dziak Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dziak -E- i rl. v joan Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Erhardt N 'ki Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eyet ws ....-wf'?'l -' , TS- lk' ur, ,' - -' - - 'e"'n""" -Amer, ,,..,, Mr. August Hoffman Miss Rosemary Hoffman Holly Lane Shop Miss Naomi Hons Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hover Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt Mr. Herbert Hunter -J... Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jacques Jr Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jacques Sr Dr. John T. Joseph Miss Marilyn Jones Abington journal -K- Dr. L. G. Kareha Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Kashmsky Miss Jeanne Kelly ai 'kb' 5... .. . . ,uk - S.,.,. M.. ....,.m.,,,3,....1,V,L,. .ami -- , . ufs..f nw f K '-WML ' "' -' F' 1 " - x W1 Paul Smith Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stevens if Dave Kneisel Mrs. Lottie Kern Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kettell Mr. and Mrs. Morton Keyes Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. King g. 1.3-7 - Q Eugene Rose D.D.S. William A. Rose D.D.S Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rought Emily Rought . Ali' 6 1 . ... ""' ' -QA I vw-v1-v ..- sIY" 1' 4, JXP' . 7 Mrs. Hope Kintner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Kisner Dr. M. A. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kresge ..L- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. LaSorsa Mr. and Mrs. joseph LaSorsa Mr. ancl Mrs. Roy Leonhart Lewis Motor Co. Laura Lister Mr. and Mrs. john Litchko Little Antique Shop F. C. Lutz -M- Georgina Maclain Mr. and Mrs. James Madden Miss Alice Mann Mr. and Mrs. Adam Matalavy Mr. and Mrs. Felix Matalavy Mr. and Mrs. John Matlock Miss Jeanne McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McKune Robert McKune Charles E. Merew . Thomas Mikeleichek Eugene Miller Guy T. Miller Loren Miller Barbara Miner Montrose Cleaners Robert F. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Ted Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mumford .. N ..... Dr. William H. Newman Mrs. Duane Nichols ..0.. Ruth Ann O'dell 1 P 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Polak Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peak Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peffer and Mrs. L. A. Pelton Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petro James F. Peoples Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pierce Carl Purdy ...R- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raub Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds Charles J. Rice, jr. Mr. joseph Richardson Mrs. Lee Rickaby Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rood Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Rogers Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers l.-gr - ' V A ' ' --f,'4j.':...,:t5...F'-1461! " Ne J" ' raw. ,ntl-3:1 ' 3-'.. ' 4' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rough: Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr .and Mrs . Harold Rozelle, jr. . John Rudy . John Rupsky . Peter Rupsky -5- Clara Sandley Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. jesse Secor Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shack Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sickler Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sickler Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sickler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sickler Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sickler Mrs. Mary Si Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emily Smith lk Canio 1. Sleyo Peter Smalanskas Philip Smalselr Ralph Smalser Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith Joseph Smith Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snover Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Speth Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Staff Claude Stage Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stage, Sr and Mrs H A Ste hens Mr. . . . p Mrs. Ethel Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Strubeck George Sutter Floyd Swantowski Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Doris E. Maxwell Swartwood Swartz Jasper D. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Helen T Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs - P Ruth VanAuken Mr . and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. -T- Gerald Taylor hompson Carl Trauger Howard Trauger Warren Trauger 1 V ..- Ral h VanAuken Albert Veety Carl Veety Edward Veety Roy Veety .... W 1 Lloyd Wall Mrs. Edward Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams Hazel Williams Mrs. Kenneth C. Winters i Mr. and Mrs. Peter W BETTER POSITIONS YOU WILL LEARN BUSINESS BEST WHERE TEACHING BUSINESS IS THE ONLY BUSINESS Business as a Career Offers 'I'he High School Graduaie More Opporiuniiies For Larger Earnings and Quicker Re+urns, Ihan any oiher Vocaiion. Ask for a free ca1'a'Iog, explaining how our courses supplemenf High School +raining and how our free employmeni' service assisis gradua+es in securing posi+ions. SCRANTON LACKAWAN NA COLLEGE of Seorefarial and Business AdminisI'ra+ion b35 LINDEN STREET SCRANTON, PENNA G. L. F. FARM STORE 5.22: f" 53,5 ff' E and COOPERATIVE G. L. F. SERVICE TUNKHANNOCK PENNSYLVANIA Complimen'l's 64' 744446 of dz a CooIbaugh's ,Garage FALLS R. D. I. PENNSYLVANIA Phone: Harding 2-9954 Frank Kessler CONGRATULATIONS! GENERAL CONTRACTING AND ROOFING Alm Haven Mofel Phone, 6-2564 MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE DEMING Chinchilla Box 84 All Kinds of CCMPLIMENTS VEGETABLES, PLANTS AND FLOWERS of AIberI' W. 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F.,PRODUCTS FEEDS SEEDS Makers of Hamper and Climax Baskefs MILWAUKEE. PENNSYLVANIA Phone 6-3 I 24 Clarks Summii' GEORGE RAYNO'S GARAGE INSPECTION STATION REPAIRS-LUBRICATION 24-hour Iowing LAKE WINOLA 2684 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS WYOMING NATIONAL BANK Tunkhannoclz, Pennsylvania MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. EAST FALLS SAND AND GRAVEL WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL MASONRY SAND alls PiH'sI'on R. D. I Harding 2-994I FOR FINEST GRAYCE FARMS DAIRY INCORPORATED 465W Q-+:rW'::V 9 IN DAIRY 14N Phone Scran+on 7-5605 f :Z 51' V Z NN' it f Nfaiag I PRO Ducrs E L1 X x. . ' fee i i 1 ll 1 l 68 Compleie Line of Meais and Groceries a+ Super Marke+ Prices DARLING LOCKER PLANT BUTCHERING AND PROCESSING FREEZING FOR LOCKERS or HOME FREEZERS La Plume On Lackawanna Trail TOM TAY L0 R WHOLESALE SPORTING GOODS F I ' '7 5 4 S13 5 ki O QN 9 EL- I Q-. . .9 SCRANTON PENNSYLVANIA I MILL CITY I '- I f ANTIQUE ' J'- I JI SHOP USE VITA VAR PAINTS GUARANTEED BY GOOD HOUSEKEEPING BUNNELLS HARDWARE CLARKS SUMMIT, PENNSYLVANIA LAKE WINOLA COLD STORAGE CO. INC FARMS AND COLD STORAGE Falls R. D. I. Pennsylvania l TJ in ,,. I ll L Y" lift WILLIAM G. SWARTZ, Mgr. Phone Lake Winola 250I CLARKS GREEN BEAUTY STUDIO aI4 EAST GROVE STREET MORGAN HIGHWAY GARAGE SELMAR SAMPSON LEON SAMPSON CARL SAMPSON Aufo Repairing IOn The Morgan Highwayl SUMMIT FARM EQUIPMENT CO. COMPLETE HOME FARM senvlce Campus Garage GENERAL REPAIR AND PAINTING WE FIX ANYTHING Phone: 6-0391 Ben Reed Fac'Ioryville, Penna. Daile . Y Compllmen'rs Funeral Home of CLARKS SUMMIT, PENNSYLVANIA A "Personalized Service" Family Conveyance Furnished To and From Funeral Home WINOLA ROAD PHONE 6-824l l CONTACT Now Airline PeI'roleum Company HEAT ON TAP Phone Enferprise I0-552 CLARKS SUMMIT-SCRANTON FACTORYVILLE Farm Produce and Groceries A- ku 'NSF' V' X . .4 ,f-pg-I-f""1Qlff 1:11 " f-r""Y I-nf-1 - LEO O. ROUGHT Winola 509 Pennsylvania ' 7Zaz-umm DAIRY PRODUCTS , .-...:., .0 Sv ,N 'M a. . Nw Burschel Dairy Company OVER 74 YEARS OF QUALITY AND SERVICE BURSCH EL DAIRY COMPANY SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA 53' .15 6312 1 515 .L-" 1 ,--E P E555 ' 4 A "", :J "'7': sv' K 0, A.. KWGZOD ,COFFEE DOBERER'S LUNCHEONETTE Lighf Lunches and Sandwiches Soda Founfain Service FALLS., PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE 92 I 1 I Ted's Tavern LAKE WINOLA, PENNSYLVANIA RooseveI+ Highway Qui-e money Ahead! E CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA Brown and Fossett FEED GRAIN Tunkhannock, Fernbrook, Monirose, and Falls Clyde Bosfwick LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITIES Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania Phone: 540l I plqgloufi, IIIlIW Ralph B. Sheldon eil.-.Qf DODGE AND PLYMOUTH X CARS DODGE TRUCKS Joseph ABINGTON TV CENTER Square Deal Jeweler sALEs AND senvuce We Service AII Makes and Models I07-I09 Wyoming Avenue SEE TED OR FRED SCRAN-I-ON' PENNSYLVANIA I09 Sfafe Sireef Clarks Surnmif, P Phone 3-I I2I LATEST FARM Haussuzas FROM AND . 'T Qi Frank McCormick, Inc. CLARKS SUMMIT, PENNA. C. WILBUR SWARTWOOD pique Insurance Phone DI-7-OI I I Ellis Markers Charles Summif, Pennsylvania FIRE AND CASUALTY 'I' ACCIDENT AND HEALTH LIFE 'I' HOSPITALIZATION OFFICE 524 Connell Building Scranion, Pennsylvania RESIDENCE 403 Highland Avenue Clarks Summit Penna. Phone 6-627 I SauI's Service CenI'er OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE Phone Tunkhannock 3676 gettn 740464 A fs NEPA ff 5' BREEDING I K, E' CO-OPERATIVE LESH 5 "' MEN STORE Tunlzhannock, Pennsylvania '05 Soulh Slale Slreel Clarks Summif, Pa. HERBERT HUNTER Glendon Shaffer Falls, Pennsylvania HUNTERS ORCHARDS MEATS AND GROCERIES Wesl' Falls, Pennsylvania Lake Winola 2268 ni 1 in :iii -n l Bes+ Wishes To The Graduales From SCRANTON'S LARGEST STORE llllll-'lp 80 E LXUIIAIIIY IANA! IHUIIHINY YOUR BEST FOOD BUYS V f'Lg,:5EfAE1E 11 ES' I I X -QEAQRM ozunv corvgmuvg-I ll gj wj v i l'jg-.wal I FARM DAIRY PRODUCTS DOLLY MADISON ARIsTocRAT 1 and DARLENE ICE CREAM W3 ' 91 .J jig! gqfizk Lg:-gr '-' m bnm W my Complimenfs of AusI'in Manor TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA BARTRON FARM SUPPLY UNADILLA sn.os LOUDEN BARN EQUIPMENT OVERHEAD nooks Phone 605 I Tunkhannock, Penna. Y' I8 YEARS OF SERVICE Posfmisfress, Falls Bessie M. Durland TUNKHANNOCK SHOE REPAIR DICK ACOUISTO Your Friendly Shoemaker BEAUTY SHOP ERMA PETRO Clarks Summir 6-368I SALES AND SERVICE of FADA TV Radio Repairing RAY TINSLEY Phone Clarks Summi+ 6-3I84 CARMEN'S RADIO AND TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE 67f7l0We Q, I " I RADIO SERVICE 422 Main Sfreei' Duryea, Penna. I MUSIC MINDED S Then Remember our Efforfs GROCERIES To Your Every Need. COLD MEATS We offer Ihe WorId's Finesi' Pianos, Band Ins+rumen+s GAS ANP OIL Hammond Spinei' Organs HARDING, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 2778 SOLOVOX MUSIC CO. SERVICE vf Sfvij BARONE PHARMACY 5I7 LINDEN STREET SCRANTON, PENNA. FREE DELIVERY 600 Luzerne Ave. II. PiH's'I'on Pa. Phone: Olyphanf 4-662I LAST MINUTEMWL SCRANTON TIMES and RADIO STATIONS WOAN AM AND FM HUDSON HOSIERY FAMOUS OAKHURST NYLONS 88c PER PAIR l32 Wyoming Avenue Scranion, Pennsylvania E. T. Blackledge FurniI'ure 206 Depoi' S+. Clarks Summif VILLAGE MOTEL CLARKS SUMMIT Alyce's You+l1 Shoppe SHOES AND CLOTHING FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 206 Depof S+reef Clarks Su I' We are Anxious Io be of Service 'ro You ALL TYPES OF LOANS AVAILABLE We Give Nigl-I+ Deposiiory Service ABINGTON BRANCH THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OI Scran+on and Clarks Summi+ Pennsylvania M as " MEMBER D 5 Q. S- 4" FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COMPANY Q QL? Ss 9 sk W. H. Coon Company GLASS CHINA SILVER JANITOR SUPPLIES KITCHEN EQUIPMENT SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES WHOLESALE CANDY CIGARETTES TOBACCO PAPER SPECIAL 229-3I Penn Avenue Scranion 3, Pennsylvania mldtq g'td66'2f64 Jim's Markei' FALLS, PENNSYLVANIA XZ Q , ,. I fIQ.fIg,2f' ' Fi T3 ff: FN x XNAX ., Hitt? V- Adrii:-,,. mm 2 ,Q E , . y I COMPLIMENTS MILES 1' " AUTO PARTS MICHAEL DAVITT CLARKS SUMMIT, PENNSYLVANIA Visii . WHITE WAY INN Brownles , GOOD FOOD d H1 DANCE ON SATURDAY NITE an e CITY LINE Chinchilla Phone 6-9857 Die'rrich Theafer COMPLIMENTS AIimo's of General Slore MEATS GROCERIES Falls Pennsylvania APPLIANCES VINCENT'S JEWELRY and KEN COOLBAUGH RECORD CENTER "IcEEPsAIcE" DIAMONDS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES GROCERIES GASOLINE' EXPERT WATCH REPAIRS Tunkhannoclc Pennsylvania On Roufe To Piffsfon NQRMAN C. GROSE 1 LACEYVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA LACEYVILLE 2673 Lay or Busi' Feeds S ,, X, ,ju 'U gl S1444 ,ff ,,N, 5 --"Eff " O ' F:. - :?fi5if!f:. 'fi5:1i5::!i - - --:'-::5g:: Qffixif: . -31:51. 'i::5g:f' for TV SALES and SERVICE See BUCKY LUBECK Phone: 6-3649 Clarks .Summii fin v R. O. FARR LUMBER YARD FIRESTINE BROS. 0 E T 5 Easi' Tioga Sfreef TUNKHANNOCK Tunkhannoclr SHURFINE FOODS WYOMING SAND AND STONE COMPANY NATIONAL PAPER CORPORATION of PENNSYLVANIA Ransom, Pa. HOME OF SWANEE HOMERIZED PRODUCTS TOILET TISSUES PAPER TOWELS PAPER NAPKINS SOCIAL TISSUES PHOTOGRAPHS I X , The Hear'r of Your Yearbook" 6 Qog L .. W 2 'QT AIM?- I . 1 VARDEN STUDIO 2I4 Wyoming Avenue Phone 3-9I57 Scranion, Pennsylvania Complimenfs Gllllll x PLUMBING 4 xx? 19 of ' K Q Bairons S Toggery xr, Q Q R, Q PYROFAX GAS APPLIANCES FRED UNGUIRIT-TUNKHANNOCK SCHAEFFER'S PLUMBING TUNKHANNOCK LATEST HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES 0 GAY-MURRAY C0. TUNKHANNOCK Everyfhing for The Farm and Home Congraiulafions French Brofhers LAKE WINOLA EMMA'S ON-THE-TRAIL Dancing Friday and Saiurday Nighfs I2" HOTDOGS Sullivan Trail Harding, Pa. ?ettn Walesa x VAL DEICHMILLER, DISTR. Clarks Summif HARDING SUPPLIES Pe""sY"""la Phone C. S. 6-0782 0 Complimenls of 3 140 4.239 'J -. E Z Dooley H. D. - . ' ffl' VARIETY STORE TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA KREITNER LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY "Every+hing from Cellar +o Chimney Top" Phone Clarlrs Summil' 6-8l26 535 BEDFORD STREET CLARKS SUMMIT, PENNSYLVANIA Jones Florisl' WYCO 7lowa4 SUPPLY ' TUNKHANNOCK PENNSYLVANIA af, Wm 84 , If '-aa- ffm I I , ML!! X-.i7x I I from THE FALLS DRESS FACTORY LONG PINE EMERSON TV AND RADIOS Sales and Service ROBERT SWARTZ BAR AND GRILL Phone Harding 247l Mill Cify Pennsylvania CALL 4-8664 2-7200 4-8665 "WE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS" for HOTEL ENTERTAINMENT SIGHT SEEING AIR BUS TRAIN STEAMSHIP R. H. THOMPSON Travel Bureau I 62 I Lackawanna Avenue SCRANTON PENNSYLVANIA CLARKS SUMMIT COOPERATIVE G L F SERVICE Feed, Seed, Fer'IiIizer Lime Spreading Service Mixing and Grinding Farm Supplies CHARLES SICKLER General Con+rac+or PPG. .EE-E-,' 7 -Elflel ff' HORLACKER AND SICK GENERAL ELECTRIC Appiia nces Wiring Tunkhannock Pennsylvania Phone 3062 MILL CITY, PENNSYLVANIA THE TRIANGLE Counrry S+yIe Dinners and Lunches Gas, Oil and Lubricaiion Service Rou'I'es 6 and 92 TUNKHANNOCK PENNSYLVANIA GRIFFIN BROTHERS TUNKHANNOCK PENNSYLVANIA BEST WISHES Shook Hardware Tunkhannock Pennsylvania Auio ASSOCICISC more AUTO SUPPLIES GENERAL INSURANCE Fire "CasuaII'y" Life TUNKHANNOCK PENNSYLVANIA Western WIZARD BATTERIES DEWITT AND DUNN - DAVIS TIRES Wm. RumboIcI, Prop. Tunkhannock PennsyIvania FUR SMOOTH DRIVING ' SEE C3 RALPH VAN AUKEN ,. V GAS and CIL nm- f""? Also Produce and Groceries X Tunkhannock I' .J-EI: IIIIIIIIIIIILumber Co. I3-I7 Purnam Sfreei' Tunkhannoclz Phone 5267 Pennsylvania BROWN AND FASSETT Feed and Grain RIVER STREET TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA 87 ELWOOD VANGASBECK EDWARDS JEWELRY 304 Adams Avenue Mill Cify Pennsylvania SCRANTON COAL, GRAVEL, TOP SOIL, SAND 9 Zac 7wuZ!e4 Phone Lake Winola 8-2935 Mailing Address 7 af RD I, Facforyville, Pennsylvania WICKIZERS GARAGE General Repairs Welding Mill Ciiy Phone Lake Winola 8-273I ANDYS GAS AND SERVICE STATION N. Main Sheer and Green Ridge Sfreef SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA Open 24 Hours GRESS FEED COMPANY scRANToN, PENNSYLVANIA Carl CarpenI'er MILK I-IAULING DAIRY FARMING Breeder of Regisfered Holsfeins Rbufe 2 DaII'on, Pa. Apple Tree Inn Groceries and Home Bakery HOME BAKED PIES Phone Harding 246I LESTER DARLING LOCKER PLANT Buichering and Processing for Your Home Freezer or Locker. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES ON MEATS AND GROCERIES AT DARLINGS LOCKER PLANT OPEN DAILY 8 +o 6 excepf Friday and Safurday unfil 9 Phone: Facforyviile 3730 Residence Plani' 5-379I CHERMAC'S GARAGE Lackawanna Trail CLARKS SUMMIT PENNSYLVANIA Phone Clarks Summii' 6-6676 Complimenfs JAMES PINGDLEY of FACTORYVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Summif Cuf Rafe Drug Siore CompIimenI's of BLUE BIRD STUDIOS 2 Q 4 School PI1oI'ograpI1y L W ig MILLET AND LYONS INC. Phone DI 2-9446 7-9847 Exclusive Disiribufor of MAXWELL HOUSE and KRAFT FOODS Complefe Line of HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SUPPLIES - sa g aII'3 ' DIEGES AND CLUST Garfield Thomas REPRESENTATIVE Jewelry ancl Class Rings CARBONDALE Phone I 8 I 7 PENNSYLVANIA See: Wriie or Phone T. R. GREGORY For Insurance Dalfon R. 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