Fort Leboeuf High School - Sentinel Yearbook (Waterford, PA)
- Class of 1950
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Wayne Doolittle ngvid Johnson
Alan Baker Gerald Burlingame
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Marjorie Chapman B9rn8rd Cowley
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
We, the Senior Class walked through the doors of
Waterford High School for the first time four short years
ago. Mr. Todd Rishell was introduced to us as our homeroom
teacher. We were soon initiated by the Super Sophmores,
as they called themselves, but even though they did torture
us we had lots of fun. We were all sorry when Mr. Rishell
became ill and had to leave us. Mrs. Gray carried on as
homeroom teacher for the remainder of the semester.
FHESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President Q o o o o e 0 0 0 e e
Viee-president . . . . . . . . Dolly McKay
Secretary . . . . . . Lynette Lane
Treasurer . . . . . . . . . Marian Verbanac
On to our Sophomore year when Mr. MCGahen was Home-
room teacher. Soon after the beginning of the school year
we initiated the feeble--minded freshmen. Our class
sponsored a skating party which, much to our d1stress,did
not go over financially. Dolly McKay was given a promotion
when a sophomore as being elected class president.
soraomoaa CLASS or ICERS
President 9 e o 0 0 0 0 e o o q
Vice-president . . . . Alan Baker
Secretary I 0 o e 0 e e e 0 0 o Arda
Treasurer 0 s 0 0 0 0 e 0 0
Last year,as Juniors, we came back to school with very
high spirits for we had much to do. In October we sponsored
a round and square dance. The latter part of October we
ordered our class rings and received them in December. Nov.
18th and 19th we sponsored our Junior Class play,nYou Can't
Take It With You,W which was directed by our homeroom
teacher, Miss Simmons.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President 9 0 e 0 o e e Q o e 0 ruicKay
Vice-president . . . . Darrell Owens
Secretary . . . . .Marian Verbanac
Treasurer .... . . . . . . . Lynette Lane
This year as Seniors, we came back to school with the
idea to make the most of our last year. For our homeroom
teacher, we had the honor of having Mr. McGahen again as
our advisor. Our first big event was the Sponsoring of a
Christmas Dance. We chose for our Senior Play W The
Professor Goes Haywiren which was presented March 30th and
Slst. The play was under the direction of Mr. Russe11.W1th
our money we decided to get class jackets.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President . . - . . . . . . . . Ronnie Cooper
Vice-president . . . . Darell Owens
Secretary . . . . Wayne Doolittle
Treasurer . . . . David Johnson
ihe year of l950 marked the half of the century. The
"Mighty Seniors" who graduated from Waterford High School
on the 25th day of May, set out to accomplish new and better
things for the future. They separated and each went his
own way. New as we look back we see the many accomplishments
David Johnson is now employed at the new school building as
The Master Mind of Music,specializing in voice and saxaphone
Mabel marthers is also employed at the new school building
as secretary to the supervising principal, Robert Ostryniec.
Alan Baker runs the nDuck Inn Dinornwhich has a booming bus-
siess,his dietitianist is Dorothy Hunt, so you knowthe meals
are delicious. Miss Lynette Lane keeps close track of all
the money as his bookkeeper.
A1 Sheets returned froml his trip abroad and set up a paint
shop. He paints everything from elephants to peanuts.
Wayne Doolittle now has the most modern self-service market
anyone has ever seen in the United States. His business has
grown so that he has employed. mary Ann Kissel as his head
bookkeeper and Marjorie Chapman as top cashier.
Wesley wilcox is now president of the nwilcox Match Companyn
with Marian Verbanac as the girl who takes the dictation. We
are glad to see his success.
George Lang, now Admiral of the Navy improved the dock or
Lake Lehoeuf and now is an important ship port. Helen Wilcox
serves'faithfullv as his private secretary.
Darrell Owens can be seen anytime on telavision pitching for
the Waterford Bisons, they haven't lost a game thislaeason.
The Powers Twins are employed with the Powers models agency
now located in Down Town Waterford.
Dolly Mc Kay will sing in person on stage of the new moon
Theater run by Theodore Burns. The feature attraction today
is nCowboys of the Westn starina Marian Peffer.
Lynn Cochran now runs a large trailer camp with running not
and cola water. It is one of the biggest drawing places to
Neil talker is new ,ditor in Chief of the Waterford Leader ,
with Loraine Faulhaber as Social Editor and Ronnie Cooper as
Gerald nurlingame, Carl Eliason, and Bernard Cowley are now
pardners in the Circle X Ranch. which covers 20.000 acres.
Marjorie Mortensen is the buyer for the new department store
just built. Betty alder has a dress shop on Main Street.
Alan Baker leaves his technique in study hall to Harry Metzeno-
bacher. ' V
Gerald Burlingame leaves everything over six feet to Bob Eelknap
Ted Burns leaves hisbur1osity,of science to Howard Owen.
Marjorie Chapman leaves her square dancing to Margie Fox.
Lynn Cochran leaves her WDevil May Care' way to Mildred Phillips
Betty Elder leaves her place on the basketball team to Shirlev
Loraine Faulhacer leaves her headache to Lynetta Fenner.
Betty Fox leaves her height to Doris Vogt.
Ronald Cooper leaves his football ability to Richard Donnell.
Bernard Cowley leaves his cows to Sam Faulhaoer.
Wayne Doolittle leaves his better car to Vance Burdick.
Carl Eliason leaves his good-natured way with teachers to Hbnry
David Johnson leaves his golden voice to Henry Sookolowski.
George Lang leaves Waterford High School after acquiring Helen
Marshall McCall leaves his speed in typing to Bill Powell.
Bob Ostryniec leaves for unknown destinations.
Darrell Owens leaves his place at the pitchers mound to Dick
Mable Marthers leaves her giggles to Marjorie Ahenger.
Dolly McKay leaves her singing ability to Eleanor Dougherty.
Marjorie Mortenson leaves her cherry pie baking to Ruth Williams
Dorothy Hunt leaves her gracefullness to Jake Pfeffer.
Mary Ann Kissel leaves her heavenly shape to Eleanor Scott.
Lynette Lane and Marian Verbanac leave their WBosom Buddy'
friendship to Enid Reynolds and Gloria Morrison.
Arda Mallory leaves. Q
Marian Pfeffer leaves Roy Rogers, Trigger, and Trigger Jr. to
Lois and Louise Powers leave their seats on the bus to Joe King
and Dorothy McGinnett.
Marilyn Seymour leaves her typing ability to Jane Carol Briggs.
Carol Wright doesn't care to leave anything.
Ruth Steen leaves her courtesy to Evelyn Loop.
Alfred Sheets left.
Keith Skiff leaves Bookkeeping.
Neil Walker leaves his way with girls to Bill Powell.
Wesley Wilcox leaves the Junior Homeroom.
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H. Abbott G. Morrison
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M. King M. Lemock 'E. Loop
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H. Metzenbacher D. Ober
H. Owen J. Pfeffer
W. Powell E. Reynolds
R. Rodgers E. Sc.C5tt M. Scott
L. Senkalski H. Sokolowski D. Vos
G. Wheeler Rn Wi1liHHS E. Wojciechowski
JUNIOR CLASS HI-STURY
We the Junior Class entered High School three years ago.
Although it was not the first time for many of us who went
here for our seventh and eighth grades,we were still thrilled
at the thought of being a high school student. Mr. John Russ-
ell was our homeroom teacher and many exciting parties re-
sulted from it. We soon were initiated by the Sophomores who
made us wear everything from feed bag dresses to clodhoppers
but everyone enjoyed the refreshments afterwards.
Freshman Class Officers
President . . . . . . Norma Rose
Vice-President . . . Jane Briggs
Secretary . . . . Henry Abbott
Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alton Cross
On to our Sophomore year with Mr. McGahen as our class
advisor. Soon after the beginning of the year, we the SUPER
SCPHOMORES initiated the FELBIEMINDLD FRLSHMEN. Our class
sponsored a skating party which was very successful. Our next
party was a weiner roast and a hay-ride at Gloria Morrison's.
Sophomore Class Officers
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acre ary ' ' ' ' . Richard Donnell
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We chose the yellow rose as the class flower and blue
and gold as the Class colors.
We returned this year as Juniors with high hopes of
things to do in the years to come. In November we sponsored
a round and square dance with music by the PlONELHS. The
first part of December we received our class rings which we
think are the nicest ones yet.
Junior Class Officers
President ............... . . Henry Abbott
Vice-President . . Gloria Morrison
Secretary . . . . .. Jane Briggs
Treasurer . . . ................ Alton Cross
As the SENTINEL goes to press, we are practicing for
our Class Play, ulhe Boarding House Reachn. It' is directed
by our class advisors, Miss Marsh and Mr. August. We are al-
so planning the Junior and Senior Prom and Banquet.
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SCPHCMCRE CLASS OFFICE
D. Bliley R. Brcwn. B. Caitlin
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C. Fenner B, 'Fish H2 Fox
N. Hall M. Hunt J. J6hnSOr1
fJ. Kia e1 G. Kuffer
L. Mallnowsii D. Martin
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F. Ruukowski C3'SC0tt
R. Skiff R..Smith
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Eddie Rutkowski, Pete Brown, Eddie Metz, Roger Schwab,
Richard Roberts. Hugh Kennedy.
Leora Carller, Ehaine babhitt, Mary Sanford, Connie-
Metzenbacher, Edna Orr, Connie Holder, Moonyean Divine
Wilma Sherwood, Audrey Loper, Amber Owens.
Martha Holder Joanne Major, Helen Hartman, Anna Mary
slpes, Lillian Lester, Ellen Peeples, Thora Hull, Joan
Gardner, Audrey Himrod, Kathryn Leonart,Barbara Quirk,
Vance Mook, Eddie Wilcox, Lester Owens, Gerald Roberts
Chester Russell, James Crocker, Laverne Sheridan, Rudy
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'TTCVV 'HE PUT IN CVR TUNE
Active members of the eighth grade conbined money making
activities and pleasure in sponsoring a skating party at Le-
Roeuf Park in April. Christmas time and decorations were a
perfect setting for the Yuletide party just before the old od
year ended. Valentine day was,the date for refreshments and
an exchange of tender sentiments. Less social but still a pl-
easure part of school is the Science Club organized in Miss
Edward's general science classes. They studied live insects
and animals and displays made by students. Commercial disp-
lays were also featured.
Several members of the class lend their talents to the
W. H. S. band and are aiming for regular roles as freshmen.
Class Officers Are:
President . . . . . Yvonne Eaushard
Vice-President . . Wesley Nicklas
Secretary . . . . . Carol Edman
Treasurer . . . Joyce Kestle
Leslie Brace, William Falk, Theodore Barton, Ralph
Hawley, Lewis Heffner, Richard Dudkiewitz, Edward
Post, Herbert Walden.
Louise Brace, Doris Ormsbee, Joanne Brown, Joan
Sanborn, Maxine Burlingame, Joanne Plook, Olean
Young, Joan Lester, Marian Chase, Crystal Carrier.
Elizabeth Faulhaber, Lelah Nilcox, Janet Runser,
Leona Estes, Nancy Dorman, Marjorie Sharpe, Joanne
Sanborn, Sue Ann Coffin, Nancy Prososki, W. Woods,
Loretta Young, Mrs. Ada Carter-advisor.
Charles Bliley, Theodore Fox, John Hull, Clayton
Owens, Howard Markham, Robert Watt, Stanley Beezub
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Service Club 1-3
Class Officer 1-2
Bison Buzz-Editor 4
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class play under the direction of Mr. John Russell.It was
the Droadway production, HThe Professor Goes Haywire.n
Scott Bunting CThe Professor! .
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Lucinda CHis stern auntl . .
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Mrs. C'7rien CA visitorl . . .
Hannigan CA city photographer! .
Warren CA college photographerj .
Jo CA city reporter . . . . . .
Calvin Cwestern Union ooyl . .
. David Johnson
. .Lynette Lane
. . Dolly McKay
. George Lang
. Carol Wright
. Darrell Owens
. . Alan Baker
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. Carl Eliason
. . Betty Elder
THE BOARDING HOUSE REACH
Presented March 9th and lOth
For many years, thirteen-year-old Wilbur Maxwell QB.P.l
had wanted a bicycle. He would dream of peddling through town,
setting fond gazes from the girls, and boastfully shouting,
wLook, no handsln But he still cculdn't persuade Mama and Papa
to jar down--to get him one. So, when Pop is called away for a
week-long business trip, Mom is persuaded to go with him for
sort of a second honeymoon, and the house is left in charge of
Connie and Betty Lou, then Wilbur gets his idea. He would make
his own money and buy his own bicycle. He would open up a
Boarding House right there. Wilbur knew there was a frightful
housing shortage, he knew people needed places to sleep, and he
knows for a whole week he could really clean up and just be
rolling in bicycles.
S0 into the paper goes the ad, and that night the whole
Maxwell house was crawling with people. Mama and Papa Maxwell,
at two o'clock of the next morning, come dragging home-Papa
forgot his brief case. From there on out, it's one Mess after
another. Finally, 1t's discovered somebody in the ho se is a
bank robber,and poor Papa is mistakenly carted off to the clink
and when it's all finally straightened out and the bank robbers
are caught, Wilbur got his bicycle.
First Row Left to Right:
Charles Fenner, George Lang, Darrell Owens, Robert Ostryniec,
Neil Walker, Ronald Cooper, Wesley Wilcox, Alan Baker, Wayne
Doolittle, Pete Lang.
Second Row Left to Right:
Lester Owens, Dick Fuller, George Kuffer, Alton Cross, Henry
Abbott, Tom Stull, Vance Burdick, Bill Powell, Dick Donnell,
President . . . . . . . . . . Ronald Cooper
Vice President . . . . . Henry Abbott
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Richard Donnell
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F. F. A. OFFICERS
President .... . . Vance Burdick
Vice-President . . Richard Donnell
Secretary . . . . . . Pete Lang
Treasurer . . Dennis Bliley
Sentinel. . . Chuck Fenner
Reporter . . . . Al Fuch
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WE THE SENIORS
By Bettye Elder
We started our school days just three years past,
With a lot of hard work we are Seniors at last.
We've really enjoyed our troubles and joys,
Even though we did make a lot of noise.
We have given some teachers a few gray hairs,
When we started as freshman I'm sure they weren't there
In time we'll be leaving our school mates so true,
And go out in the world to find another way through.
As we go on through this year, one thing we'll all say,
nls Everyone looking forward to Graduation Day?n '
By Keith skiff
Once upon a time, not too long ago, there was a man
whom we all know.
Knowing this fellow has not made us glad,
For he's never been good, he's always been bad.
And all through the years, it has always been the same,
He's never caused anything but sorrow and shame.
And though I will not tell you his name
I'1l give you some hints and let you guess at his name.
So to hint number One lend an ear this way,
The reason you've never seen him is because he is quite
On to hint number Two, and this any Christian will say,
If you listen to him there is a price to pay.
Then to the Third, and this isn't good,
Where ever there is sin this man has stood.
The Fourth is the last, the last I will name,
He wears a RED SUIT while playing his game.
Here I will end, while we both think the sa
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Assistant Coach - Mr. August
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Charles Fenner, Donald mcLallen, Robert Ostryniec
ALI. COUNTY PLAYERS
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Alan Baker CCD Bill Powell fcy
Bob Cstrynieo CLEJ Vance Burdick CRTJ
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2nd row: Edna Orr, Margie Ahenger, Audrey Himrod, Connle Holder,
Margie Fox, Coach - Miss Rockwood, Marble Hunt Donna
Spiller, Mabel Marthers, Amber Owens.
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Ecoma Sealtest Ice Cream
Newspapers Candies Magazines
Soft Drinks and Tobacco
THANK vou Fon Yoon
PA1-no E THE PAST
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SUNSET DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Located Between Waterford and
Union City on Route 97
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Union City, Pennsylvania SALES AND SERVIG
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A 8z P Tea Store
Union City, Pa.
DR. HAROLD A. GHERING
DR. BOYD W. GHERING
Baldwin Electric Service
Union City, Pennsylvania
G. E. Appliances
Coleman Oil Burning Equipment
TO THE CLASS OF '50
UNION CITY, PA.
PHONE 228 UNION CITY. PA.
Good Luck Class of ' SU
H. l. Musser funeral Home
West Second Street 0 e
Phone 2251 Union City, Pa.
S-f 6009 HEALTH
IS A PRICELESS POSSESSION
A--S-0-n GUARD IT WELL!
FOR HEATH INFORMATION, FREE MOVIES, SPEAKERS - - CALL
ERIE COUNTY HEALTH AND TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION
WEST EIGHTH S REET ERIE, PA. PHONE - 09
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PROTANI: GAS SERVICE CO.
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HINMAN MILKING MACHINES
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CANDIES :: CAKES
926 STATE ST. 26TH AND PARADE
0tticiaI Pennsylvania lnsvection Station
Humes auto Bhd Tractor Sales
Case Farm M8Chlll6l'Y
DeSoto - PlYm0Ufh Sales and SCWICG
E. L. Heard 8: Son
Coal and Builder's Supplies
Phone 2514 Waterford. Pa.
R. K. Mitchell 8 Sun
Dealers in Horses, Fresh and Springer Cows and Beef Cattle
Phone 3674 R., F. D. 5 Waterford, Pa.
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Feed, Seed, Fertilizer and Farm Supplies
Profit Through Your Co-0peratiw:e
It Is Your Organization
Every One Benefits Who Work Together
Phone Waterford 2518
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Northwest tleetrrc Company gil
I2 I 9 -Peach sr., Erie, Pa. Furnaces
1114 P h Street E 9 Pg
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the Waha Restaurant I ERIE COMMERCIAL
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Away From Home susmsss
Home Coolred Meals atlsopular Prices. 2 4-Hour Service? TRAI N I NG
Mr. and Mrs. Waha, Props. O C' BROWN' PRES' PHONE 22 644
Phone 3941 Waterford: Pa. STATE AT EIGHTH ENE PA
Lawrence A. Brown W 81 Company
Justice of the Peace i '
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AAA Service Z4-Hour Service Wrecker Service
State Inspection Station No. 2227
Phone 4253 R. D. 5 Waterford, Pa.
Washington Cleaners . ,. .
. . For Quality and Service
Kingens Store, Waterford, Pa.
Nlanross Clothing, High Street, Union City, Pa.
frank Son Hall's Furniture Store
p Armstrong, Quaker, Gold Seal Rugs,
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and 9'X12' 57-95
Accessories Congowall 8.49 Per Line Foot
Union City, Penna. UIli0l1 City, Pa. .
Middleton Hardware W. L. Lewis
Westinghouse Electrical Appliances
Nlonad "Long-l..ife Paints" i'Q"E.EfE
Union City, Pa. Phone 175 Union City, Pa. Phone 54-J
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Dodge "Job Rated" Trucks
609 French St. Phone 4Ol 59 Erie, Pa.
.Brown's Variety Store
Your Home Economy Store Sc to 51.00
S. 6. Brown. Owner-Proprietor
1 Compliments of
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Dr. A. Meloro
Union City, Pennsylvania
MEN AND BOYS WEAR
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Odin Ranges - Youngstown Kitchens - Easy Washers
18th at State Street Phone 2-6795 Erie, Pa
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Wagman's 50 to S1
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YOUR STORE ALWAYS 26 North Street
UNION CITY, PA.
Union City, Pa.
Congratulations to the Graduates
When in Edinboro Make Our Store Your Store
ROUSE'S 54: to 31.00 STORE
Sodas and Sunclaes
Gates Drug- Store
Your Nyal Service Store
Union City, Pa.
M. J. . GILMORE
Union City, Penna.
Union City Co-Operative Association
G. l... F. Dealers
Feed and General Farm Supplies
Telephone 83 Union City, Pa.
Best Wishes to
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Fred L. Roberts, Prop.
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ERIE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO
l90l -3-5 Peach Street Erie, Pa.
DR. HAROLD G. HOOD
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R. L Cole
Coal Hardware Paints
Roofing and Building Supplies
Union City Pennsylvania Mill Village, Pennsylvania
Mill Village, Pa.
Phone - Waterford 20l8
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Phone 2552 High Street
Congratulations to the Class of i950
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Surge Dairy Farm Equipment Norge Home Appliance
Sales and Service Commercial Refrigeration
Waterford, Pa. Phone 4772
Success to Class of ii 50
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For Fine Food
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Phone 9812 HARDWARE
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Omce Phone 24-219
108 W. 9th St. Erie, Pa. 18 .E' 9th St'
"Make a Good Start on Your Tomorrow by
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ERIE
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Summit Repair Shop Fort Le Boeuf
Fereuson System Tractors and Implements
Gibson Tractors and Implements
Jacobson and Toro Power Mowers
1929 West Zlst. Street, Erie, Pa.
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COMPLIMENTS OF Phone 3902
J. W. Cook
Gulf Service Station
Gas, Oil, Lubricating, Washing,
Tire and Battery Service.
Men's Suits Made to Order
Delivery Dates: Tuesday and Friday
Curly Halmi, Prop. Phone 2462
lVlorse's Drug Store
JOHN REJZEN, Manager
THE REXALL STORE gholesale
' Union City, Pa. Distributor
17 Market St. Union City, Pa.
2 Compliments of
Lake Le Boeuf Park
Charles B. Phelps 8z Son OSBORN F' MOGRE
' Busy Since 1890
FURNITURE C H EV ROLET
HOME APPLIANCES SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 2324 Lynford J. Phelps, Propietor W ATERFORD PENNA.
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908 Peach Street Erie, Pa
Advanced'Stylings in M :mfs 8: BW3'
Clothing ' Furnishings
Shoes ' Hats
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SUITS 0 OUTERCOATS
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Erie's Foremost Clothing:
817 - 819 - 921 State Street
Babbitfs Barber Shop
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V. K.Worster M. D.
Glbwacki Company RQ
1110 Parade Street I
22-925 -- Phones -- 23-816
Over 46 Yearsof
General Insurance 8z Real Estate Service
Phone 3285 Waterford
Waterford on Route 19
Wall Paper and Paint Store
D. C. HOFFMAN
General Printing 81 Office Supply Co
Commercial Printing Crestcraft Greeting Cards
Business Machines Typewriter Rental
Rubber Stamps Typewriters
114 W. Main St. Dial 3-6575 Corry, Pa.
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Re-Upholstering Living Room Furniture Breakfast Nooks Dinettes
Airfoam Rubber for Cushions and Seat Padding, if Desired
Large Selection of Samples to Choose From
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Phone 3.562 East Second Street Waterford, Pa
School doors open for 1949-1950 term.
Area meeting of elementary teachers in gym.
First big day of Waterford Fair.
Waterford township schools win parade honors.
Teachers organize search for lost freshmen.
Gym cleaned of fair exhibits.
Three dozen of freshmen accounted for.
First pep meeting a big success.
First football game. Waterford ties Edinboro b - 6.
Football warriors nurse sore muscles.
Coach Bonito sports new red cap.
Eastern Star takes over gym for district meeting.
One more day 'til Friday.
Off to a fresh start.
Speech correctionist here. Watch your vowels.
Mr. Bonito brushing up on History of Pennsylvania.
School night also for Mrs. Davis, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Thayer
and Miss McFayden at Edinooro college extension.
Cne nineth of school is over - that's our September song.
Mr. Thayer beginning to spot W. F. S. star musicians.
Miss Edwards looking forward to new desks Miss Johnson
also wishing they were here.
Coach's athletes polish'his car as a wedding present.
State nutritionist speaks at assembly program.
Coach all excited--husband to oe. Wedding bells at 8.
Yearbook seniors elect six students from the Junior class
to aid them.
Somebody in Typing I gets tough with a typewriter.
Miss Marsh has a typewriter fixed.
Cheerleaders sponsor dance--The Autumn Whirl.
Yearbook staff makes plans for the 1950 Sentinel--chiefly
the soliciting of ads.
Teachers hold dinner for coach and his new missus.
W. H. S. students visit Erie industries.
Freshmen initiation. They don't even recognize each other
in these costumes.
Charles Hamsden, hThe one man oandn entertains.
P. T. A. plans operetta, n0h. Doctorn, with townspeople in
Teachers attend institute. Ha! Ha! We get a vacation.
Yearbook invades Erie for ads for the Yearbook.
Muscle Russell had a tussel Calmostb. When things got
interesting we discovered it was all verbal. Seniors
Study Hall gets a going over, also verbal.
First Seniors go to Erie to take aptithde tests.
Halloween and F. F. A. Initiation, crazy characters
First day of huntin season, nshould have seen the big
ones that got awayn.
Mr. Doolittle treats football team to turkey dinner with
all the trimmings.
Snow, Snow, Beautiful Snow.
Football. Waterford defeats Falls Creek, 27 - 7.
Juniors recuperate from a rip-roaring hayride.
Miss Marsh falls up study hall stairs. l3oing5
S0Ph0m0T9S clean up study hall.
Girls eyeing the fellows of their choice.
Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. Girls chasing the boys all over
Another haypiqesthis time its the sophomores.
Movie today. .qkdventures of Jack London.H
Salesmen talked to seniors about invitations and name
cards. They'll be ordering soon.
Mr. Carnahan hitch-hiked to school today.
Yearbook staff storms to Union City for ads.
Everybody tack from a nLost Weekend.n
Typing class stapled a great news sheet together.
First issue of Bison Buzz, our newspaper published today.
Ag boys raffled ducks and chickens.
Thanksgiving. Everyone looks forward to feasting.
Holiday over. Back to work again.
Freshmen sponsor skating party.
Juniors sell candy for profit.
Movie. Bush Pilot and Woody Woodpecker.
First basketball game of the season Waterford beats
Teachers'meeting. Subject ....... STUDENTS.
Faculty all prepared with new discipline ideas.
Anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
Catastrophy on the Stairs today. Five people fall.
Tomorrow is Jakes lOOth Clrthdaya
School bus stuck in the snow.
English class has a Dig'1BUEh today. Mr. Russell slips
up on his words.
Freshmen hold a record dance. Sore feet everywhere.
Only lO days 'til Christmas.
Excitement in the Home Ec. room.
Only 44 days 'til Christmas fit seemsj.
Big blizzard today. Cars stuck.
More snow today. Telephone wires down all over.
Joy! no more school. Christmas vacation.
Everyone sleepy from late hours kept last night.
Mrs. Davis is a year older. But she denies it.
Cherry pie contest yesterday Mar e Mortensen is the champ.
Mountain climber demonstrates his technique, shows movie on
Hectic week ends. Everyone rejoices that it's Friday.
F. F. A. Plans basketball season.
Wesley decides to buckle down.
F. F. A. boys leave for Harrisburg, F. H. A. already there.
Harrisburg closes all saloons, dance halls A girlie shows.
Brown's Science Circus. Eddie Rutkowski gets big charge.
Everybody back in school today.
Dr. Food starts dental exams.
Waterford entertaines Erie County Ped Cross representatives
with a dinner served by the Home Es. girls.
Another freshman record dance.
End of first semester. Half way home.
Miss Parson performs operation. Rough gym class.
McKean versus Wattsburg. We lend our gym to McKean.
Mr. Mershon, assistant county superintendent visits.
Ronnie Walker and his orchestra plays for the Fireman's
Cheerleaders introduce new yells.
John Deere farm show in the the auditorium.
We start shortest month of school year.
Mr. Groundhog saw his shadow. More winter.
Cambridge Springs played here in basketball.
Mr. Dingle tours Mercyhurst.
Coach plans baseball season.
Cherry pies made in Home Ec. today.
West Springfield here. Miss McFayden gets a newer car.
Last Valentines posted.
Love and mush ... it's Valentines Day.
Our faculty sunk in basketball oy the Saegertown faculty.
P. T. A. friendship dinner held tonirht.
The Art teacher's 16th birthday. Waterford VS McKean
Library opens, bookworms all over.
Edinboro plays basketball here.
George Washington's birthday. Many happy returns of the
Big test in typing today.
Freshmen dance again.. Improvement shows.
Blue Monday, nothing exciting.
Bad weather ahead. send for more coal.
Yearbook pictures taken.
Junior play postponed until next week. Country reads
are plugged with snow.
No school today . . . too much snow.
Windows in gym repaired.
Egg beater broken in Home Economics.
Juniors in big sweat. Play cast that is.
Junior play WBoarding House Reachn is presented.
Last performance of the Junior play. Quoth Gloria Morrison,
nWhat a relief!
Another Blue monday.
Mr. Thayer and the rest of the faculty vow never again to be
talked into a game of DONKEY BASKETBALL. Students love the
All the men teachers limping today from last nights game.
Miss Marsh breaks fingernail in typing.
Everybody's Irish today. Mr. Dennison visited us. I wonder
if he's Irish.
Junior homerfom is cleaned
State police pay W. H. S. a social call.
Senior invitations and name-cards arrive.
Too much snow.
Grange daice tonight.
First Junior girl flashes her sparkler. Lynetta Fenner
the lucky girl. A
Seniors model their new jackets.
nK1ng of Kingsn shown today.
School dismissed at noon for Easter vacation. Mr. Thayer
goes fishing in Rochester and what a fish he caught.
Miss Parson celebrates her birthday over the week-end.
Music Festival tonight. Everyone praises the music depart-
Biology class bisects a frog. ,
Snow and more snow!! Hayloft Jamboree tonight.
W. H. S. trout fishermen make ready for opening day tomorrow.
Miss Marsh's birthday yesterday. Report cards tomorrow.
Report cards today . . . EEWEREE GAD lj
P. T. A. dinner at the Presbyterian church at noon. Mrs.
Davis and her F. H. A. girls prepare and serve the dinner.
Most of the report cards are back and the last six weeks begin
Cafeteria cooking better than ever with its new vtensils. '
Last of the yearbook ads come back from printer. Miss Marsh
misses her ride this morning and has to borrow a car. To bad.
Waterford plays baseball at Harborcreek. Mrs. Stull falls.
Juniors paintinsdance programs for the prom.
F. H. A. mother H daughter banquet served by the F. F. A.
boys in the gym.
F. F. A. follows suit with their annual banquet.
McKean here for baseball.
Navy and Marine corps talk to Senior boys.
Senior Speakers begin commencement practice.
Waterford travels to W8ttSDUTg dimond.
Bob Ford shows movie and talks on wild life.
Waterford and Union City play ball once again.
Junior and Senior Eanquet goes ish hat with its party
at Culbertson Hills Country Club.
Everybody sleeping in this morning. Big absentee list.
Harborcreek here for baseball.
Elementary-music festival at Union City
This Monday is not so blue.
Senior exams befln.
Seniors finish exams and end their high school class days.
Waterford plays ball at McKean.
Gene Parlette plays for Junior l Senior Prom HS. S. Nayflowern
Test week for urderclassmen begins today.
Everyone looks worried and develops eye strain from late study
Senior drop it to visit and practice speec?es.
Commencement. Strains of UPomp and Circumstance brinf a lump
to our throat.
Seniors are officially alumni. Seems strange without them.
Teachers sive final rests.
50 Teachers now have eyestrain from correcting papers. Serves
tiem rifht. .
51 One foot out the door.
June 1 School is over and three months of vacation to look
forward to. Many years for the Seniors.
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