Forbes High School - Forbian Yearbook (Kantner, PA)
- Class of 1951
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We the Senior Class of 1951, after much serious thought a.r1d con-
sideration on the subject of the dedication of our yearbook, have decided
to address our book, Le Souvenir, to the people whom we think have
put forth the most effort and personal sacrifice in helping us achieve the
goal of graduation from high school.
To our parents, whom we love and respect, we the Senior Class
of 1951 dedicate this, the 1951 Le Souvenir.
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QB 0ARD OFFEDUCANW
Dr. A. M. Uphouse J. Millard Gardner
Forrest A. Lohr Robert Gindlesperger
Milton E. Spangler Charles W. Miller
.Tack Shaffer George M. Faulkner
Ryan S. Baltzer Margaret Schiffhauer
Earl Custer John Sharp, Jr.
Noah Fyock Merle Stutzman
The wonderful days we have spent at Forbes would not have been
possible had it not been for our Board of Education, for they have un-
selfishly devoted their time and effort to make our wonderful sc hool
system possible. We the first graduates of Forbes especially wish to
bestow our thanks to the Board of Education for bringing this very
successful consolidation about.
We, the first graduates of this new school system, have had but
one year to realize the advantages it holds--to the classes of the future,
a new horizon is beckoning to them.
D. Richard Wjuriri
B.S. M.S. Bucknell
Ch.trleS W. Lint so
A.B.. l.lllXL'I'9.l. oi
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Chester F. Ptnifez'
B. S.. Luc.-1 HJ'.,PT.
Physical Edueoti itz
Robert D. Reed
B.A,. Gettjxsliurg Colltgf.
Biology. Cham: eti,
B. S. , Nursing ljzii'.'ere.itj.'
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St. Johns College
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Sttite Teitcht-rs College
Morton L. Brett
B. S. . Iridiaiiu State
B. S.. Indiana State
Doroth3 M. Wirbicl: ,Ifilm Winters
Stoystovqn High School E. S.. California Stdte
Secretary Teeicherm College
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Franklin has held an executive positinn in the clusu im'
the past four years. He was prosidunt us it lrcshninn .ind tl
sophomore, vice-president in his junior year, amd than e-
lected to the office of president uguin in his senior ytfnr. In
previous yours hc participated in the Studcnt Council. Band,
Mixed Chorus, Boys Chorus, Honur Court, Rillc Cluln, Vul-
ley Bull, und Junior Varsity Buskotlmll tc-aims. F rn nk l i n
served wt-ll as LI rupnrtt-r un tlu- I-lillsidc-At-riul .lnd us. .1
menibvr ol the cdituriul stall ul' L0 Souvenir.
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was known for hor wondcriul Singing: in Girls
Chorus and Mixed Chorus. She had the leading role inthe
opcretta "Lady of the Terrace", and attended All-County
Chorus. She was also a member ofthe sextet, and participat-
ed in "The Boston Tca Party", operetta her freshman year.
Evelyws topnotch artistic talent is displayed to advantage
throughout Lu Souvenir. Sho was an active member ol' the
Tri-Hi-Y Club hcr junior veni' and thc Hillsidc-Ac-r1.il owes
much of its success to her topnotch rcporiinp.
' G Ali
Donnap.1rticip.1lud in Mixed Chorus and Girlb Chorus
during her high School ca1'm,i'. Shui ,ms sul,igcr1ption iii.ingiu,i'i'
UiU'l'.'Hlll31dCdllI'lIlg,llL'1' 1uniorj.'t.xr, Her -gay. p l 1,-.1 A+ 1 n g
pi.i'5ohnlii'y mad-, hfsr gi l.ix'oi'iif: ol nianx fi! ll41'Cl.lr'f.1.liL'ft-.
Jerrvf '-c.1p,il attririee arf. varied. llc played ixirsily
ligisingtuall 511- V-f'."ir Q ear .ind T'.fl'1t1 ineniivf-r oi the Varsity
Club. Jerry 5er'.".d .ir tri-.ifurnr of the cl.i.-13 ir. '-H .n1d'41:5
and .1 :ports V-.ritur lor thu Hillside- ina kllllilfrl r Wear.
Jerry Jcae .ri ard' tc:,tl'.us.aei of thi' Rifle Cluli and the Avi-
ation Ciun -:arg i, i.,- mal. echufil Ci1I'f't'I'. Jeri' uxafl .i
Ilitfiiijflf of the -ta ' "iw fldifldfg-A',l'l.ll and .1 Circulation
Manager of L1 S' 'Jw r
Betty is well lznowri for her uthlttic anilitjf. Betty was
an assistant librarian during: her si,-iimr year. Betty was, in
the Cast of the opercim "Boston Tea Partj,"'duririp: her Fresh-
man year, and participated in Mixed Chorus and Girls Chor-
us activities during her high school career. The Tri-Hi-Y
Club found her membership valuable.
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Voted as the class beauty, Charmaine has pu rticiputed
in cheerleading, chorus, school newspaper, and a variety oi'
other activities. Charmaine was un active member of the
varsity cheerleading squad her freshman und sophomore
years. And as a member of Girls und Mi:-:cd Chorus she tool:
part in the opercttu, "Boston Tea Party" and "Lady of the
Terrace". During: her senior your she was L1 member of the
Hillside-Aerial and Le- Souvenir stuffs. Heir sparkling smile
won hor many friends.
Early in high school h-Q p.ir'ticip.i1wd in l,i4is'ioilv.tll .ind
hasclmll. Ted IilL1lI.1t1l.'d tht foothull tfurfi nw,-rn' olticif-ntlv in
-0 his senior year. 'Fwd i.'..is t1'e,lisi,ii'f,1' ot the Rifle Club tor
6 three years und also l,-clohp+'d to 'im 't'.i1's1ij.' Cluli .tnd Mixed
X Chorus. He 'tus L1Cllk'tAi1!lli'QSLLlClf. it Cfunicil lor i'i1.'cg.fg.i1'fe,
serving in the olliu s oi rrr.is'ii't,-r, vici'-p1'eeider.t, und
l , V prn-aidexnt. His ur-'gitiqst sUf3t"ws:L'.:l1if' us .idt'+i1'tis1..u liirlfv-
jf' ' ug-gi' oi the Hillsidf.-A--ri.il und Lv- Swu.+ nir,
at if at f
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fllffd FL-I'lA:5 .1'- .1 :"rplgfrITif1X'L' Jllvf .lllrf!'Gl1lf,' ,N
StOI',i,'CI'tJ:rQ Twp, Higl. School. Shu- .axis .rctive in U1Tlr-Cll"il'- h
us. Mira-dd Ci urxis .ind liuhd I.!1r'fn.luhoui incl' rw .tri in lyivh WU
school. Her srnouii. rptllw. trfirnho-.il lfm' all r to ure Ml- Q5
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if1All-County mild, .lot piuys thc rruriipet .'.f'll .ind ire:
often called upon to render solos at scg'.uol 4if+,sfr:ihli.1 f-,i . A12
4 senior Joe tooxtm active purt in Mir,-.d Chorus .wid
CYZOTUE. Hi- it JF lllgfdflcil. .15 .1 lT'LLl,I'iui, .Lid l1f.lU,'zLl,i.d to
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Wunitu L15 She islietter l'il'lOWllhilSbQL'l'l ii Viirsitv Cheer-
leader for iour yt-airs and served as capiiiin ol thi: For-hois
cheering squad he r senior year. Wzinitii has always lntferiw
active on the school newspaper. She served in the cupiiciiics
and the staff ofthe Hillside-Aerial elected her Editor-in-
Chicl during hor senior year. Wunita has palrticiputecl in All-
County Chorus, Mixed Chorus, und Girls Cl.oru:1.. Wiinitii
was elected to Honor Court her 2:Qt!l1lOl'yijllI'. :ind ahh :msg ii
I Princess in thc Muy Quecn'S court higr junior f,l:.i1h.
RONALD If-Rl TEL?-'I NG
Roniild has been active in ull ol ii.lg hip ,-lxnofwi' X i,f.r1.ic
uctixitice eince he wus ii frLf,lwiii.m. H-2 hun, Luiz. gi ,ing-'ill1g'i'
of thc Mir:4,-d Chorus throughout hie school iilw. .ind hr gud ii
leading role in the opcrlotlu, "Lady ol' lilo 'Yf,ri1la:+.1. " Rowilld
hus also been gi meinlzer of thu build for 1"".4,'11,ll j.'wi.12. Hc-
'.4aS 21 niemmr of tliv H1llL.idf4-Ai'i'i.il .ind Ll: Sou'.f,'iix Hunl-
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Floyd has tal-ten part in almost exerv sClirml Activity
during his high School carl.-,'r. He pliiwd lmeelliill gmd har.-
kethull for threfi Seaglohs. 5ffri.'ii.g us, co-ciipluiei ol' the tciini
his jUl1lO1' fiiilf. Floyd SQf'.'+gd ,is .1 liniilnipisl' ful limi: Cioldcrn
Jets loothall fl.'..ll'!l ir. 3:0 and he wus, .1 riiwziimii' oi the V1irs,1lj,' 'lj
Club for three jfeure. During rnowt ol his high 1f,Cl.oolcilreei'
Floyd was a nieniocr of Mi:-:ed CIAOFUS :ind he looli p.irt 111
the Opcrctta. He 'J-115 also u nicriilier ol llillsicllf-Aerxul .ind
the Le Souvenir business stuffs.
Dark haired Nancy was active in Mixed Chorus. and
Girls Chorus throughout hcr high school cgirecr. She also
held the position as subscription manager oi the Hillside
during her junior year. Nancy has always been envied for
her beautiful, slim shape and her dark curly hair.
of dupliczitor, reporter, and Assistant Editor ofthe Hillside
JANE T .TOH NSON
During her high school years "Jan" reigned as the
"Queen of Hockey Players". She was active in Mixed Chorus
and Girls Chorus. During her senior year she was an Edi-
tor of Photography for the yearbook. Jan is known for her
gay sense of humor, and her ever-ready wit. .Tan always
pretended that she disliked school, but underneath it all we
think she secretly enjoyed it. Janet was honored by the sen-
ior class to be selected to be a Maple Princess for the 1951
Cliff, who is one of the most quiet members of the
class has had a variety of interests during his four years at
Forbes High. During his junior and senior years he partici-
pated in Boys Chorus and Mixed Chorus. He was numbered
among the Rifle Club's sharp shooters his junior year.
Cliff played Volley Ball during the '48 season and Basketball
during the '47, '48, and '49 seasons. As a senior Cliff was
a member of the Hillside-Aerial staff and a Photography
Editor of Le Souvenir.
BETTIE RAE NAUGLE
Pert Bettie Rae has b e e n active throughout her high
school years in the governing: of the school. She served as
secretary of honor court and presided over the meetings of
the student council during her junior and senior years. She
has served in the capacity of vice-president and president
of F, H, A, and participated in chorus several years.
Bettie was E:-:change Editor of the Hillside-Aerial and an
art assistant on Le Souvenir.
Frances has been a member of Honor Court for the
past two years and was elected Judge of the group this year.
She, as a member of Girls Chorus and Mixed Chorus, sang
throughout her four years of high school. Frances is a
member of F. H. A. and served in the office of secretary of
F. H. A, as a senior. Frances was a member of the Hill-
side-Aerial staff and the Le Souvenir staff where her smooth
flowing literary style showed to best advantage.
Ruth has taken an active interest in all of her school
activities, and has been an outstanding student as well. She
has always participated in Mixed Chorus and Girls Chorus
and as a junior she took part in the operetta, "Lady of the
Terrace". Ruth has served in the capacity of Assistant Edi-
tor of the Aerial and the Hillside-Aerial, and has done a
fine job on the editorial staff of Le Souvenir. She also was
a member of the Future Homemakers of America for three
years and the Tri-Hi-Y Club her junior year.
Edward is one ofthe outstanding athletes of the class.
Ed played baseball for the Hoovers for three seasons, var-
sity basketball for two years, and football in his senior year.
While a freshman and a sophomore he did a capable job of
managing the Hoovers basketball team. Ed has been a
member of the Varsity Club for the past three years. Ed
also was a member of the Hillside-Aerial Staff.
Donald Lohr joined the Class of 1951 in his Sophomore
year after attending Conemaugh Township High School for a
year. Donald played basketball during his junior year and
belonged to the Varsity Club. As a senior Donald was a
member of the Hillside-Aerial staff. Don's easygoing nature
coupled with a ready wit made him one of the most popular
members ofthe class.
INA CLAIRE KIMMEL
"lnie" is known by all for enthusiasm and participation
in musical events. Ina's big thrill was when she was select-
ed to be a member of Western District Chorus. She also
participated as a member of All-County Chorus for three
years and took part in two-high school operettas. Lna was a
member of Girls Chorus and Mixed Chorus throughout her
four years of high school and was a member of the Mixed
Sextet in her sophomore and senior years. She had the honor
of serving on the Student Council and Honor Court on a
number of occasions. Her pen yielded many articles for the
Hillside-Aerial and she was circulation manager for the
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The most quiet and reserved girl of the class is no
other than Helen. She was a member of Mixed Chorus and
Girls Chorus during her first year of high school and partici-
pated in the operetta "Boston Tea Party" while a freshman.
Although she was quiet, her even disposition has earned her
MARY LOU IACOBACCIO
Mary Lou one of Forbes peppy cheerleaders during her
sophomore and junior years participated in Mixed Chorus and
Girls Chorus throughout her high school career and was
chosen twice to be a member of All-County Chorus. She was
also a member of the reporting staff for the Hillside-Aerial.
Mary Lou was an outstanding supporter of all school activi-
ties and very rarely missed any school functions.
"Mort" joined Forbes as a senior after attending Johns
town Catholic High School where he participated in the band
and played for the Volley Ball team At Forbes he was
Sports Editor for the Hillside-Aerial and was a member of
Mixed Chorus. His friendly manner won him many friends
PA UL HOL PIT
Paul took a very active part in Student Council actix ities
in his freshman and junior years He also belonged to the
Rifle Club and the Mechanics Club while in high school I
'TJ' his senior year he played with the Golden Jets football team
Joan has always been an active participant in all of the
high school's band and chorus activities. She has played the
slide trombone in the high school band for four years, and
participated in All-County Band as a senior. Joan took part
in high school operettas during her freshman andjunior years.
She has been an active member of F. H. A. for three years
and served as its secretary as a junior. Joan was an active
member of the Tri-Hi-Y her junior year.
Marlyn joined Forbes High as a sophomore after at-
tending Somerset High School. During her years in high
school she belonged to the Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorus and
Future Homemakers of America. Her gay sense of humor
and smiling face made her one of the most popular members
of the class.
ELLEN L. DURST
Richard has been the most versatile meinbci ol the
class during his four years ol high school. He not only tool
an active part in music activities, but athlet c as tttll
Dick was a member of Western District Chorus in U in
'51, Boys Glee Club for three years, and Mixed Chorus lox
four years. He took part in two operettas also. In ithletics
Dick played varsity basketball for two seasons ind he vt is a
member of Forbes first football team. As a football pliycr
he received an Honorable Mention as a tackle on the Ti ibune
All-Scholastic Team for the 1950 season, ln tht txrcutive
seat Dick served as Vice-President of the class his Junior
year and he was a member of the Student Council lor three
Ellen has always had the distinction of be in thc onl
red head in the class. She joined Forbes asa Junior titer
attending Somerset Township High School. Ellen pirticipited
in Mi:-:ed Chorus and Girls Chorus. She also belonpfd ta the
Future Homeniakers ol' America Club.
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Paul is one of the most quiet boys in the class, and he
is very well liked by all. He was a member of Forbes first
football team as a senior. He was a member of the Mechan-
ics Club and the Rifle Club in earlv high school career also.
HLEST WE FORGET"
ALICE JANE CLARK
We, the class of 1951, dedicate this small token to the memory of our be-
loved classmate and friend, Alice Jane Clark, who passed from our midst on
September 27, 1948. We knew no better friend, nor one who worked so diligently
for the good of our class. Knowing that in heaven she would dwell, we returned
her body to the ground that brought her forth, and her beautiful spirit to her Maker.
On September 5, 1947, the expectant faces of the newly consolidated Quemahoning-
Stoystown students appeared in the freshman class at Kantner. High school students at last!
Officers were elected, and plans made for future years. Miss Barbara Kurtz was privileged
to be our homeroom teacher.
Many happy days were spent as Sophomores-perhaps we remember most of all the
many eraser battles. Again Miss Kurtz was named "warden" over our class.
As we began our junior year the girls went to the home economics room and the boys
to the library Miss Balog watched over the girls and Mr. Richter bestowed his "motherly
eye"upon the boys. During the year rumors were heard every day concerning the forthcom-
ing consolidation of Que-Stoystown with Hooversvilleg we watched this merger come about
with eager anticipation.
September 5, 1947, we, too began our high school careers. Our plans were made and
officers elected to guide us on our educational trip through high school.
Nothing momentous happened on this journey till on May 4, 1950--this day we shall
always remember. At this time we honored the Class of 1950 with a banquet at Green
Gables in Jennerstown. Everything was perfect. The girls all looked so nice in their fluffy
Spring formals, and the boys in their dark suits. This was our first venture into adult
society, and we loved every minute of it.
For three years we drifted along each group in our own school and traditions, and
then the summer of 1950 rolled along and a final merger was arranged between our schools--
we were no longer rivals, we were one group working and striving at the same goals. Our
senior year was perfect in the manner in which we adapted ourselves to the new school
system, and the new groups we were plunged into.
Upon embarking for the last year of our trip we elected the following officers to guide
us: President, Franklin Zarefossg Vice-President, Amos Epplyg Secretary, Marie Fusch-
inog and Treasurer, Nancy Denner. We had many activities this year. We sponsored a
number of money-making events, published Le Souvenir, and presented a class play.
After four long years of study and fum together, our journey came to an end on May 22,
when we were in the spotlight. It was our Commencement. We were so proud as we march-
ed up the aisle to receive our diplomas--the end of our trip had come. We were now ready
to face the world, we had had the proper preparation for the tasks before us, and we were
now ready to meet the challenges that awaited us.
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One extremely hot day last summer Carl Richter was bending wearily over a bush of
huckleberries hunting diligently for enough to make a ple. As the day wore on, Mr. Richter
wore out and soon he was out cold, or shall we say he was out hot. As Mr. Richter was
coming out of his somewhat delirious state of mind he could seem to see visions of his class
of '51 as they will appear ten years after their graduation. He gave a detailed account to a
Hillside-Aerial reporter the following day which you will find below.
The United States Army is very proud of its new four star general PAUL TOMA.
PAUL'S calm nature which he had while in school was a great factor in helping him gain the
confidence and admiration of his men.
HELEN MAYAK was quite a television fa.n while in high school. Now she is writing
the script for her favorite show, "Kukla, Fran, Si Ollie."
Bang! Bang! Across the silver screen rides the favorite of the Western range,
Bounce Along Sam. The tall, lanky cowboy who rides with such ease is our classmate of
'51, CLIFFORD BREWER. All the kids are eating Krunchies since Bounce Along has pro-
claimed them his favorite breakfast food.
The largest producing farm in the country is the Bassett farm near Hooversville. Its
vast producing capacity is due to the fact that AMOS EPPLEY has been managing the farm
ever since his graduation from high school.
Another flash-thundering story has just poured over the wires from Hollywood. When
stories like this are heard we know TERRY CLARK has been around wooing the beautiful
rich girls with his smile and taking off with their money in search of a new romance.
Garry Moore has retired from his television and radio work leaving his double take
over. You'll certainly know who we're talking about if You've ever seen DONALD LOHR
wearing a bow tie with a crew cut. DON has equalled Garry in every way but one, a miracle
would have to happen to make DON talk half as fast as Garry.
Give BOB JOHNSON a few more years and he will be the owner of a beautiful, new
hardware store. Bob has been saving many years to accomplish this ambition. If BOB
isn't around the store you may find him giving orders at a fire since he has been appointed
WANITA BOYER is kept very busy taking care of her two favorite teachers, Miss
Elliott and Mr. Lawson, since their nervous breakdowns caused by their suffering in school.
Being a nurse has made WANITA very famous with her old classmates, they always invite
her over when the children seem to have a little cold.
As we look on INA CLAIRE we see her working in Washington, D. C. as one of the
world's fastest typists for the got ernment.
FRANCES BLUCAS is still tn the chase for handsome men, but hasn't found one that
satisfied her yet.
From the farm house on Hooversville, Route 41 comes the sound of three crying
children as their mother starts them off to school. This harassed mother is none other
than EVELYN MOSTOLLER who is the Wife of Vernon Kimble.
JOSEPH GARDNER is now the owner of a brand new 1961 Sabre car and a worn out
MARIE FUSCHINO who just loves to dance has opened up her own Dancing School for
males only. This way MARIE is always sure of having a partner.
A look into alittle vine-covered cottage near a beautiful lake will reveal BETTIE RAE
NAUGLE waiting patiently for her husband, FRANKLIN ZAREFOSS, to return home.
FRANKLIN is now rurming for president and if he wins the election the four members of the
ZAREFOSS family will move to the White House in Washington.
Ten years in the future will find 1DOLORIS ANGELO bent over a desk busily preparing
the day's work before her fifth grade students arrive for school.
We find CHARMAINE MCVICKER is happily married to Robert Naugle which makes
her a high-ranking farmer's wife.
The future finds NANCY DENNER still chattering gayly as she goes from one place to
another. NANCY hasn't yet found the time to decide what she wants to do before retiring.
The rapid increase of white haired music professors is due to the fact that EVELYN
LIBERTY is still practicing to become the world's most famous opera singer.
The great cheer you hear when Arthur Godfrey's show comes on TV is for JANET
JOHNSON, a second Betty Hutton, who is making constant guest appearances on his show.
JOAN LOWRY has her own little jet plane that she uses to follow her husband Fred
Longfellow as he goes from one Air Base to another. Between trips JOAN is mistress of
an apartment and office in Washington, D. C.
DICK RICE has just guided the Golden Jets of Forbes High School to another victory.
DICK is now the head coach at his old Alma Mater.
RONALD BRUENING who has served in the Army for four years is now the proud
owner of "BRUENING'S Foreign Legion Association".
Who is that going by in a Pontiac? Why lt's ELLEN DURST KELLER. Yes, Maurice
bought it for her for their tenth wedding anniversary.
MARLYN MASSUNG has just gone to spend a month at the Ritzy Hotel in Florida. She
is now taking a rest between her third husband and her fourth one to be.
JOHN STANKO who is the ambitious type is now the president of the L. L. A. CLazy
DOROTHY STRELKO, one of Hollywood's most famous movie stars is known to all
as "Blondie, " She has just married her fourth husband, Sidney Goon.
RUTH SHIRK has done very well by herself without a husbandg she has established the
world's most famous "Baby Sitting Agency" for eligible bachelors.
MARY LOU IACOBACCIO and her husband Buzz Wagner are a very happily married
couple living on a farm near the big city of Ralphton with their two little buzzers.
NANCY LEONE is a secretary in Colonel Gerald Cotchen's office taking orders meek-
ly from her husband.
DONNA MAE SECREST and her husband Edward Shomody have settled down to raise
one happy family in their large ten-room house in Hooversville.
BETTY PETERMAN has become the new manager of the softball team in the big city
TED BOYER has become the famous heavyweight champion of the world. His defeat-
ed opponent was Pee Wee Small.
FLOYD BERKEBILE JR. has the delightful job of signing excuses for his son Floyd
Berkebile III. Floyd III seems to take after his father when it comes to missing school.
PAUL HOLPIT has a new clip joint. Manicuring nails, shaving bald headed men and
so on, are all expertly done at "PAU'L'S Tonsorial Parlor".
ED RODGER likes Los Vegas, Nevada especially since he has opened his gambling
house, called, "The Plugged Nickel".
GERALD MILLER has taken over his father's farm, and is also the proud father of
two children. His wife was the former "E" of Johnstown.
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they had been given, "The Golden Jets." O e en e S Tong name
The school bought some new suits and the necessary items needed for the squad of
Forbes' Jets scored 126 pts., while the opponents scored 55 pts. They won 4 games
while losing a tough one to undefeated Montgomery Twp.
The Jets are trying to get a full schedule arranged for the coming year.
Here is a summary of their first season:
Berlin B 39 2
Boswell B 34 12
Shade B 33 21
Montgomery Twp. 0 20
New Florence 20 0
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In the early part of November Coach Pfeffer gave the word that the 'Jets of Forbes
were ready to tackle the 1950-51 basketball season. There were about 30 boys who came
out for the squad and out of these about 10 were returning lettermen.
The majority of the home games were played in the Kantner gym and some games
were played in Hooversville's new municipal building.
The Jets played a heavy schedule of 23 games and every one of the games listed was
with a tough team for opposition. Due to the fact that Le Souvenir went to pre s s before
February 15 a few of the games' results are not carried in this summary.
Black Lick Twp. 24 23
Bolivar 24 21
Salisbury-Elk Lick 48 24
Dale 27 36
Gallitzin 34 38
Alumni 34 40
Somerset Township 48 39
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Meyersdale 37 22
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Rockwood 46 37
Shade Twp. 53 46
Stonycreek Twp. 51 40
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"LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTH
We, the Class of 1951, being of sound mind and body, before our departure from
Forbes' High School wish to leave our few talents and mementos of our school life be-
hind to our favored friends and teachers.
We, the Senior Class of '51 bequeath the following to the students, teachers andthe
high school. '
First: To Mr. Lichliter, we as a class bequeath a new bottle of ink as he used so
much of his own in writing out checks for our financial ventures.
Second: To Mr. Richter, our homeroom teacher and class advisor, we bequeath a-
nother senior class--may they give him fewer. headaches than we did.
Third: To Mr. Lawson, we leave him brighter hopes for his romances of the future,
may they come to better ends than his lost romances of the past.
Fourth: To Miss Elliott, we will the class of 1952 with the hope that they will have
more speed in going to the cafeteria than we had.
Fifth: To Miss Thomas we are leaving the beautiful quiet since we are takinglourumad
musicians" with us.
Sixth: To Miss Kalp, we leave the torn and tattered music that we used so hard and the
lost chords we couldn't sing.
Seventh: To Mr. Rodger, we leave all geometric figures that we were too bright to
bother figuring out before leaving.
Eighth: To Mr. Reed, we leave Newton's Law of Gravitation and let him figure out
how Newton arrived at the conclusion.
Ninth: To Miss Balog, we leave the burnt cakes and cookies we made.
Tenth: To Miss Warbick, we leave our pleasant memories of our days at Forbes'.
Eleventh: To Mr. Marshall, we leave the dirt, dust, and waste paper we made while
Twelfth: To the juniors we leave our homeroom and Mr. Richter, may they have as
much fun waiting anxiously for May 22, as we did.
Thirteenth: We the Senior Class of '51 as individuals leave the following:
I, Doloris Angelo, will my writing ability to my sister Betty.
I, Frances Blucas, will my curly hair to Joanne Berkebile.
I, Wanita Boyer, will my popularity to Dixie Berkebile.
I, Ronnie Bruenlng, will take what little ability I have with me.
I, Clifford Brewer, will my height to Clyde Mostoller.
I, Ted Boyer, will my physique and ability to grow a beard to David Lichliter, Jr.
I, Floyd Berkebile, will my gift of gab to Raymond Crissy.
I, Jerry Clark, will "All My Love" to Carol Lohr.
I, Amos Eppley, will my ability to play forward in basketball to Lynn Barnharf-
I, Ellen Durst, will my red hair to Mr. Lichliter,
I, Marie Fuschlno, will my ability to talk fast to Mr. Rodger.
I, Nancy Denner, will my ability to be class treasurer to anyone who wants the great
I, Paul Holpit, will my professor's glasses to Mr. Lawson.
I, Joe Gardner, will m trum t playing to Larry Fyoc . .
L Janet Johnson, bequgath mygxacting ability, my musical talent, and my Uagufal X113
to any-other intelligent, gorgeous, good natured person Wh0 Can keep HWFIY Tom
little green men with butterfly nets. ,
I, Robert Johnson, will my four miserable years of high school to the com1n8F1'9Shmen
I, Nancy Leone, will my slimness to Betty Bentz.
I, Joanne Lowry, will my beautiful blonde hair to Dwight Armagost.
Evelyn Mostoller, will my ability to get engaged to Betty Bentz.
Donald Lohr, will my easy going manner to David Bruening.
I, Evelyn Liberty, will my ability to draw and my soprano voice to Joanne Lazier
I, Mary Lou Iacobaccio, will my ability to go steady to Edith Massung. '
1, Ina Claire Kimmel, will my three years of All County Chorus and one year District
Chorus to Velma Bentz.
I, Helen Mayak, will my ability to make A's in shorthand to Dixie Berkebile.
1, Marlyn Massung, will my ability to do outside reading to Eugene Shomody.
I, Charmaine McVicker will my happy future to Robert Naugle.
I. Gerry Miller, will my ability to blush to .Tack Stotler.
I, Bettie Rae Naugle, will leave Franklin Zarefoss in the loving care of Miss Elliott.
I, Betty Peterman, will my athletic ability to Charlotte Knupp.
I, Richard Rice, will my football helmet to James Mort.
I, Eddie Rodgers, will my deck of cards, and pair of dice to Bob Hostetler.
I, Ruth Shirk, will my big brown eyes to Betty Birch.
I, Donna Mae Secrest, will my ability to fix my hair in curls to Marie Valentine.
I, Dorothy Strelko, will my fair complexion and big blue eyes to Alvin Durst.
I, John Stanko, will my ability to get demerits to John Suder.
I, Paul Toma, will my quietness to John Suder.
I, Franklin Zarefoss, will my ability to get along with everyone to Don Mitchell.
In witness whereof, we, the class of 1951, the testators, have set our hands and seal
hereto this eighth d.ay of January in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred
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