Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA)

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' 'V' 1: if ' haw'-' , -. by I' Rather the dedication is made to an ideal in the best traditions of ' , ' " 1 A to Alma Mater f,,,?xf,,,1 I 5 . f rq ' l - -3 ,-I : ALMA MATER In the valley of Wyom1ng Mldst the mountams grand Stands a 1gh,S'Ehool dear to students Far throughout the land Chorus x orty Fort Ch Forty Fort I-hgh School' Dear old Forty Fort Years to come w1ll fmd us everfag True to Forty Fort When our hxgh school days are over And our praxses ring, We w11l always love our Hagh School And we'1l always slng XXf5"'xQ,w....f bdsgws- --1? 3 , H' . 3 . Q, I . Administration LQ FRANK W WALP LEON C BUBECK Superv1s1ng Principal Principal 15 gs SFATFD LFFT TO RIGHT FRED E JONFS JAMES HANNIGAN HERMAN I- Pl IFSINATT SECRETARY FRANK R WALLACE PRESIDENT WILLIAM E GRIFFITH CHARIES D LEMMOND BRLCE G BLACKMAN STANDING LFFT TO RIGHT JAMES P HARRIS SOLICITOR STANLEY WALBORN ARCHITECT ABSEVT FROM PICTURE CHARLES P KFICHNER Board Cf Education Facult SFATED LFFT T0 RIGHT MARGARET HANDLONG DOROTHY PETTEBONE EDNA MAURER CHARLOTTE NFRHOOD ANNA JONES MARY BROWER DOROTHY LOVETT WILLARD DAVIE9 SEATED LEFT T0 RIGHT HELEN NOACK KATHLEEN STACK JEAN STAPLETON GARNET BRENNER RUTH PETTEBONE LORRAINE RICE STANDING LFFT TO RIGHT GOMER WILLIAMS PAUL KRAYER DONALD HERROLD JACK MORRIS EDWARD MULHERN WILLIAM REESE JAMES STELTZER 5 STANDING: LFFT TO RIGHT: PAUL BRONG, THEODORE BALCOMB, RALPH GRAMLEY, WILLIAM BROWN The Fort Staff SEATED LFFT T0 RIGHT OLIN MARTH JO ANNE SHIGHAAS MARY ANN RUSSEN ALBERT CULP STANDING LFFT 10 RIGHT ARTHUR PICCONE SYLVIA HEGARTY EDWARD CORCORAN EDITOR IN CHIEF Sylvla He ga rty BUSINESS MANAGER LITERARY EDITORS Albert Culp JoAnne Senghaas Arthur Plcc one PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR COMMITTEES 01111 Mafth LITERARY STAFF ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS Walter Eaton Wxlham Reynolds Robert Wllhams PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Myron Dungey Vxrgxma Harrls John Kemper Thomas Pugh Donald Rundle ART STAFF Alxce Emershaw Dorothy Godltus Jane Harms Nancy McGraw MarJor1e Nerhood Dav1d Rxmple James Thomas Mar11yn Black James Brownlee Cather1ne Corcoran Al1ce Emershaw Terry Fnedman Angelo Grasso Dorothy Howell Homer Jones John Kemper Maureen McNel1s Wmlham Pearce Jack Prater Joan Ramsey Maman Rxchards Davld Rxmple Donald Rundle Donald Smxth Wxllard Snyder James Sweeney Carol Thompson Bob Turnberger Jacquelme W1lce Catherlne Wxlhams W1ll1am Wltt 6 ART EDITOR Mary Ann Russen PRODUCTION EDITOR Edward Corcoran PRODUCTION STAFF Rxchard Hurtt Ronald Prole1ka Joan Selover June Taylor CHAIRMEN Class Song CHAIRMAN Class I-hstory Patr1c1a Namov1cz CHAIRMAN Class W1ll John Sherk CHAIRMAN Class Prophecy Walter Eaton : . : , , . . : . : , , . 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EBM, A . ikxtfqg xxk 3 , ,EP Senior Advisers Semor Ofhcers B J LEFT T0 RIGHT Ju ANNE SF-NUHAA DONALD RUNDLF WALT!-R FATOIN HLGH HLGHES Dresrdent Donald Rundle Secretary Walter Eaton Vlce Pres JoAnne Senghaas Treasurer Hugh Hughes 8 ff' BARBARA BENNETT BELL Bell' Hark' That g1ggle' Hearthat scream Here comes Barb the laugh mg queen JAMES FRANCIS BR OWNLEE Boog Boog won honors as the va1ley's best end He was co capta1n and a very good fr1end RALPH W BOSTON Bud Ralph IS bashful also shy But we all agree he's one swell MARILYN RUTH BLACK guy A cute lxttle blonde IS thls lass Mar1lyn's dancmg really has class 4,-L, I JOYCE ANN BULLOCK Joyce veryone s ready 'Strxke up the band LORRAINE MARY BRUNZA Here come the majorettes w1th BTUUZ Joyce 1n command The Catherme Cornell" f our sen1or class Is a mlghty wholesome look mg lass 9 .R . , . 1 I I I I , I . f Q' ' a 1 - 1 I vu ' 5 M H I , . ,,4, . . I I I I Q 1 in - ff" 0 In I . A 'I kfaeqqf Q I ' -' , - 'ffllffl ' . , 'ildsj IL T A ,, ' I .g v my I I A ' 'iz I I f 1 re, I I F Us A ,. ,fl - I I I I E I , I - I I . ll I I . I I ' O I I I I ' - . 0 I I I I . ' 1 FRANK ROBERT CARVER Judge Wlth the smell of Old Br1ar ta1nt1ng the a1r We know that the Judge" and h1S plpe w11l be there ALBERT EARLE CULP Alb1e 'Bxg A1b" the captam of ou basketball team CATHERINE LORRETTA CORCORAN 'Corky In va1n we search for Jet black haxr, Take a look at her, you'1If1nd xt there Just loves to sleep and MYRON NELSON DUNGEY dream dream, dream Dunge yron's so short he S1tS on a stool EDWARD WILLIAM CORCORAN Eddxe A tmkhng plano, the gangs all there, Ed's "g1vmg out" wxtha WALTER LEWIS EATON JR And flgures out problems Bud with his handy s11de rule 10 Not much txme for weddmg rlngs Cause Eaton studxes bugs and thmgs 1 n ll . . . , u . 1 u ' n - vu I A familiar air. u - u , . , . T ' vu vl , . M . ' ul ll . a ALICE EMERSHAW A11ce" If trouble creeps around the corner and help you need Just ask Ahce for adv1ce and she wlll help you lndeed TERRY LEE FRIEDMAN Freedy Ra1n snow let 1tC0fUe what may For Terry s sunny d1spos1t1on w11l be there all day THOMAS JOSEPH FORD "Tom Crxt1c1sm for many we can well afford But not for a fellow as qu1et as Tom Ford ,Z THOMAS ROBER T FRANKLIN Tom Let us be frank about Frankhn He was never 1nvo1ved 1n class wranghn' ANGELO JOSEPH GRASSO ' Ange 'Ange 15 a wrestler that keeps DOROTHY LOUISE GODITUS m mm Dot He tears h1s opponents from 's a good worker and 15 certamly smart For not one can beat her when lt comes to art ll hmb to hmb V l uv uv uv ' A , I 45 A EIO 6-ml X Y , f v rr ,X '- u H' u vu ' Dot ' n nv ' . . . JANE LOUISE HARRIS Jame One of the shortest statures she does possess And her darhng d1mples make VIRGINIA RUTH HARRIS up the rest Gm Adance' Where? Out of town SYLVIA LEE HEGARTY Sylv Sylv' was chosen Carruval You can be sure ' Gmny w111 be around Queen WILLIAM HOLODNAK JAMES MICHAEL HAWK Jlm Gentleman J1m" wlth a head full of curls Is a real Don Juan when lt comes to g1rls Ed1tor of the yearbook clever and keen Bucko uzz1n' around on h1s motor b1ke Beaver's the boy we certam ly hke 12 DOROTHY JANE HOWELL Dot chem equatlons no one could reach her It's gone to her head She's becommg a teacher 'E-"Viv HUGH BYRON HUGHES JR llHug Hug's an actor very f1ne Dlxon lme JOHN KENNETH KEMPER John At Wrltlng sports art1c1es he 1S sufflce He mxght end up a Grantland Rzce RICHARD GRAHAM HUR TT Erb H1s pranks and Jokes do not offend Erb's merry ways w111 never end BARBARA IRENE KYTTLE Babs The Kytt1e's wrestlers of past years Leave thelr slster to sound her cheers 13 'Wfa...""T HOMER PARKER JONES S11deru1e ' Homer has a car w1th a beaut1fu1 horn T was twenty years old before he was born RUTH DIANE LEWIS Lew D1ane my D1ane a goddess could be If she hadn't been tempted by chem1stry at," Q If' I . PAQ 4 ll ' I I . , Il ll . . . , vu ' Best north of the Mason- , wif A i ' 'Y u ll V ' ' . I I , ll ll . ll ll . . . I I RONALD DAVID LLOYD og r Our Roger IS a tall handsome SUV No wonder the g1r1s Swoon LEO LENARD as he passes by LUCKASAVAGE JR 'Lucky Sound your horn tW1St your wheel Here comes Leo's automob11e' OLIN RICHARD MARTH llohexl Ohn has manners, we alldo 1n smst In the long lme of gentlemen CAROL'RCT.LTHl'MATI-IERS he leads the hst. ro When xt comes to danclng or cuttlng a rug, You can't beat Carol at the Jmtterbug. 14 CAR L JAMES MAGEE Mag He 1sn't the Magee of rad1o fame But he's our F1bber just the same NANCY DORIS Mc GRAW llNancll Nancy's wardrobe IS one of her pets, When ever you see her, she's dressed the best 1 HR e vu X A M ' , f K , - vu vu . u vu . , , . ll II ' . ! ! u ' an ' MAUREEN ANN MCNE LIS Bxnk Her frxendly hello her b1g blue eyes All go together to catch the guys MAR JORIE ELLEN NERHOOD Margxe At makmg a poster or batt1ng a ball Marge, a good sport, tops them all. 1111 GEORGE FRANCIS MUNSTER A screechmg of brakes a tearmg of sod, It's Munster arrwmg m hxs famous hot rod PATRICIA ANN NAMOVICZ 'Patsy Pat the gu1d1ng llght of the Gxrl Reserves How loyal and true to the clu VINCENT P PAGLIANETE Vmce A sense of humor he doesn't lack SAMUEL HALLMAN NICHOLQ A fr1endly hello and a slap on Nick the back Raxse the anchor, drop the tow Sam's a navy man you know 15 Q 5? ,,. , 1 V I I ll "Bert" she did serve. ul ' ll ' ' ' ' Q l Il .' ll W ll ' ll X I ll ' ll WILLIAM JOHN PEARCE Mouse Dear W1111am the we1ght 11fter of the class Bulldlng the body 15 h1s da11y task RONALD JOSEPH PROLEIKA Ronme A fxne httle grappler 15 thls a AR THUR LOU IS PIC CONE Mouch" Art's frxendhness 1S h1s best tra1t Outstand1ng as Max 1n "Heaven Can Wa Wxth h1m around you never THOMAS STANLEY PUGH grow sad Chez He never says much 1n fact JOHN STOC KHAM PR AT ER Prat A swmg at the ball a crack of the bat And roundmg the bases IS our boy Prat very httle JOAN ALICE RAIVISEY In arguments he's never Rams caught 1n the m1ddle 16 Swmg your partner promen ade r1ght Ram's xn her glory there s a square dance tomght me -ff-ri n , iw-ai ,V ,fa fl: L 49 1-ss , . ,il ,I g 7. f ' ,L V, L . " I 5- Us I I I I II - ' II ' - l . I I D ' ' ' I . II I I it. " . I . . . j o ' ' ' 4 . fig, 4 . I I ' I I I I I I . I I I I I , - I I I I ' I I asm aw if WILLIAM THOMAS REYNOLDS ' B111 W111 plays basketball for ol Forty Fort He's as super1or 1n h1s stud1es as on the court DAVID FELL RIMPLE "R1mp Dave a doctor wants to be To study man's anatomy 'UW 152 ff MARIAN LOUISE RICHARDS Marlan A pet1t lass w1th a pretty sm11e Makes you stop and look awh11e M. DONALD RICHARD RUNDLE Rum The pretzel k1d had wavy black ha1r And led our class fa1r and square 17 pei? AA ROBERT ALLEN RIEFENSTAHL Abe Schoo1's d1sm1ssed 1et's not stall We re all gomg home w1th Rxefenstahl Ziiw MARY ANN RUSSEN Russ' She can act, draw, sew, and bake A prlze package for someone she'11 make V l. , if',' , g. ,tiff-.-fvfffv? .gf f A :hifi L f V , f if if iff", ', ' f' sm- , '-A 6 - ' f , , I 4.21 , , 1 if 9 Q Ai LV 'LJ' ' ' H 'iz A ff , in 5 " " V J, V ry, jqg k , I I , , u ' vu 4 ' ' ' . v - u I "' ll ' ll d ,W , V -L W, ,gi . . . . a'f.l'Lill " 'Q ,,4Nfwf" my , g Q93 a n ' Q M , ', H :-3" 1 y '19 I 4, ua" ? 5 - Qif ila f ' I .-jg 1 gl 54,35 ,g f , w A -5 I f fi V fy ' . flif I L - .A ,glzf A. nw - mf, I ll I I 1 - U ll Il - ll ' ll ' ll ' . . GEORGE CLINTON SCOBLE Scob' Blg George our guard and grappler true, We shall never forget Jersey 52 JOAN MAE SEI-'OVER Joan" Wim Natural curly hamr 'P Well we can all dream, JOANNE SENGHASS But on Joame xt surely can 0 be seen 'Jo IS surely a very sweet fi JOHN KREIDER SHERK .TR 'Shank When somethxng hard someone must do that other kxds cannot .Iohnny's not just Johnny Sherk DONALD EUSENE SMITH He's Johnnyonthe spot Sml Y lass Our drum majorette w1th plenty of class A b1g sm1le and lots of vxtahty Goto make th1s f1ne persona l1ty VIRGINIA LEE SMITH Glnny Curly blond ha1r w1th very nlce clothes She'l1 never be w1thout buttons and bows 18 5 ,st 4 xr fini? W ,W mm, an 3' an WILLARD ROBERT SNYDER Smde Sn1de was great on stage and mat Wxth all these aCt1V1t1eS he never got fat PAUL ROGER SOMERVILLE P111 Anchors Awe1gh" for Paul some say No homework ass1gnments to spoxl h1s day JAMES STEVER THOMAS Cluddle Red Thomas our fullback JUNE TAYLOR played mxghty good ball June Surely the Flyers could use The moon and June you know the rest Rumor has lt, she's found the best h1m next fall 19 JAMES EDWARD SWEENEY Sween" A humerous character was Ole Sween" At crackzn' Jokes he rates supreme CAROL AMY THOMPSON Carol ' As a cheerleader she dui her best But as a secretary she w1ll surpass the rest ROBERT JOSEPH TURNBERGER P1stol Co capta1n Plstol athlete and sport W1ll long be remembered on Grxdxron and Court ROBLR T LESTER WILLIAMS Full of fun and fancy free That's the way he'l1 always JACQUELINE LOUISE WILCE Jaclue JBCIQIC our 'carrot top s brxght red han' It w1ll always be neat w1th such good care 'lf WILLIAM FREDERICK WITT Bullet Bullet Wmtt a good tackle was he Just ask the Flyers they all wmll agree ZO CATHERINE HE LENE WILLIAMS "P1dge The square dance begms with her favorxte song If Pxdge 15 your partner you can't go wrong 'r li if i I ' 1 R' " I X I I ' I I - . 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From our classmates we'll be parted As we go along l1fe's way But Joys we shared together ln our hearts wxll always stay The lessons we have learned The honors we have earned W11l echo through the years and llnger But as we sadly start Our Journeys far apart Our loyaltres w1ll always rema1n here In the dear old halls of Forty Fort Where we ve worked and learned each day And we wxll ne er forget th1s Though we be far away I-l1stor ASSING through the "happy hunt1ng grounds" one sprxng mormng I approached an Ind1an s1tt1ng on a large wh1te stone The Ind1an I soon dxscovered was Ch1ef Slttlng Bull He was busxly leaf1ng through a book w1th a red and whlte cover Instead of speakmg to hmm 1mmed1ately I stood behmd h1m and soon found myself very much mterested ln h1s book entltled The Trlbe of '51 Be1ng one of 1ts mem bers I was able to v1sual1ze the events about whxch he was readlng Our class hlstory began 1n 1948 when three groups organ1zed and became a class We elected Angelo Grasso pres1dent Edward Corcoran v1ce presldent Marzlyn Black secretary and John Sherk treasurer Wrth Queen Ann Jones and Chxef Donald Herrold as our advlsers we were really off to a flne start The fmrst school week was chmaxed by the opemng football game of the sea son 1n whxch a few of our muscle men partxclpated As wlnter approached we drscovered that we had a brg job before us namely a one act play as our con trlbutzon to t1e All School Productron Contest We chose W1ll16'S L1e De tector and Hugh Hughes portrayed the clever young xnventor Except for a few tea dances we sponsored durxng the spr1ng months our sophomore year had a qulet endlng Z1 ' ' on. 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JUNIOR YEAR W1th a pleasant vacatxon behmd us we were rarmg" to go as we entered school as Jumors Consc1ent1ously we chose these offxcers Robert Turnberger presxdent Edward Corcoran vxce pres1dent Carol Thompson secretary and Sylv1a I-legarty treasurer Mlss Jones and Mr Herrold contlnued to counsel us Th1s year our fellows made a flne show1ng on the gr1d1ron basketball floor and wrestllng mat Our thespmans part1c1pated 1n another one act play 'Pardon My Ancestors ' and also a three act comedy 'Meet Me ln St Louxs Both plays brought out fme dramatxc ab1lxty the versat1l1ty of the actors was proved our semor year D1d I hear someone say socks' 'P That's rxght' One of the hlghhghts of thms year was the Jumor Sock Dance Perhaps you ve never heard a sock talk well belleve me they were plenty loud that nlght Aga1n lt was qulet for a whxle but soon preparatlons for the prom began our farewell to the semors of 50 we transported the Mard1 Gras from New leans to our gymnaslum Jack Melton provlded the danceable melodles SENIOR YEAR September 1950 opened the Senxor Door to a group of eager students We chose Donald Rundle pres1dent Joanne Senghaas v1ce pres1dent Walter Eaton secretary and Hugh Hughes treasurer Th1s year was truly our buslest wxth our part1c1pat1on 1n all the regular act1v1t1es plus the yearbook but wmth the guxdance of Mxss Jones and Mr Herrold we made lt a success In the fall crowds of spectators saw some real act1on at the Oak Street Sta dmum as Co captams .hm Brownlee and Bob Turnberger brought thexr team mto second place stanchng On the basketball court B111 Reynolds and Alble Culp captamed the team through an excltmg season as dmd Ang Grasso and Bob Wmllxams 1n wresthng "Heaven Can Walt" was the h1t sen1or play J1m Brownlee convmcxngly po trayed the role of the saxophone playmg hghter Th1s play was followed by our product1on of the prlze w1nn1ng drama "H1gh W1ndow 1n the All School Play Contest Mary Ann Russen was named the outstandmg actress of the evemng The closmg months of our semor year were full ones After presentxng the Easter program we found ourselves caught ln a whxrlwlnd of aCt1V1ty pass1ng out name cards partlclpatmg mn track meets danc1ng and romancmg at the prom study1ng for fmal exams frohckmg on "Sen1or Day ' and pract1c1ng for graduatxon Three dates wxll long be remembered by the class of 51 June 3 Baccalaureate Sunday June 6 Class Day and June 8 Commencement iii As Chlef Slttmg Bull reached the last page he turned and saxd "That class has a wonderful h1story 1ts future w1ll be br1ght ' Perhaps I am pre-1ud1ced but Im sure he s rlght ZZ , . . ,, . 1 . . , S 1 I 1 1 , . . . 1 1 . . . . , I ' - I I - 1 - - uv , , . . 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As . , . , Or- 1 3 1 1 1 S 1 - I , . . i . r- . . . , . , ,, . - i Y . . , -- 1 I 7 I I ' ' I 0 ' l 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 l I ' Pro hccy And now we shall prophesy what w111 come Of the Fame and Fortune won by some When many moons have come and gone And graduatmon spreads us h1gher and yon Jack Prater m1n1ster at the Grace Eprscopal Church well known for h1s talks to ch1ldren Walter Eaton world famous bxologlst noted for hxs excellent ab1l1ty to 1m1tate frog calls Don Smxth world renowned traveler after havxng drscovered gold rn Alaska J1m Sweeney wrlter of the famous novel Why I Hate Women but he IS secretly marr1ed on the sxde Bob Turnberger makmg a m11l1on as a pro football basketball and baseball star B111 W1tt head foreman of one of Sordom s telephone crews ln h1s spare tmme he p hshes the Black Beauty Barbara Kyttle hard worklng secretary for Standard O11 of New Jersey recently voted the outstand1ng secretary of 1961 Tom Ford the "Babe Ruth of 1961 now battxng 500 for the 1ead1ng Boston Red Sox Catherrne Corcoran owner of a fashlonable beauty salon featurxng Corcoran s Curly Colffeurs Paul Somerv111e head of Somervllle Constructlon Company specxallzxng 1n sky scrapers Homer Jones Nuclear phyS1C1St d1sprov1ng Elnstexn s theory of relat1v1ty Hallman Nlchols chlef accountant for the Wall Street Off1C9S Bob Rzefenstahl mechamc at Woolbert's Servlce Stat10n Bob W1l11ams owner and operator of h1s own Spxnnxng Wheel Angelo Grasso wrestlmg coach and socxal studmes teacher at Forty Fort Hrgh School Jxm Hawk manager of Hawk s Super Self Serv1ce Stores sellmg food products 1n all 49 states Barbara Bell coach of the fxrst undefeated g11'1S Wr6St1H1g team Of Forty F011 Hlgh School B111 Holodnak motor brke tester at Bryant's B1ke Shop Dave Rmmple promment doctor he has just performed h1s flrst major operatlon extractlng a sphnter from a pat1ent's flnger B111 Snyder wr1ter of the column Up m Commerce Pa k ln the West S1de Ne Marjorxe Nerhood art teacher at Forty Fort Hrgh School Vlnce Paglxanete owner and operator of Northeast Pennsylvanra s largest P1zzer1a Z3 -- . , . , . -- . . , . .. . . -- I . . . i -- 1 I ! 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' I ' ' D1ane Lew1s operator of Lew1s s Lakes1de Lodge Bxll Pearce promoter of the Mouse Athletlc Club wh1ch has Just purchased the West Sxde Armory June Taylor secretary to a four star general whlle keep1ng her eye on a certa1n young man xn the Natlonal Guard George Scoble professlonal wrestler known as Growlmg George Frank Carx er owner of the Carver Bus Lme whlch operates between Forty Fort and Plymouth Townshmp Al1ce Emershaw a John Powers model l1v1ng 1n New York and earnlng over Sl OOO a week Lorraxne Brunza outstand1ng actress of the day maklng her flfth Academy Award Pxcture Low Wlndow Terry Fr1edman ch1ef buyer for Fr1edman s Department Stores now havmg stores from Pennsylvama to Florxda Joan Ramsey teacher of secretarlal work at Mxss G1bb's School ln New York Patsy Namovlcz reknown psychologxst at Rockefeller Cl1n1c Dorothy Godxtus f1rst klndergarten teacher mn Forty Fort s newly constructed buxldxng Marllyn Black secretary to the prommnent lawyer Rlchard Morr1s Don Rundle newly elected burgess of Forty Fort Edward Corcoran famous p1amst maklng h1s debut 1n Carneg1e Hall playmg Mozart's Concerto 1n E Flat Major Joanne Senghaas d1rector of women s athlet1cs at East Stroudsburg State Teachers College George Munster and Carl Magee co owners of the MGM Automoblle Corporatlon Thelr motto 'Why trax el by am and bus when y u can buy a car from us " Ronald Prolelka head of the Commerc1al Department of the Forty Fort School of Buslness Maureen McNel1s actress IH Hollywood now makmg a plcture ln England She lS known as the most sensatlonal dlscovery smce Greta Garbo Sylv1a Hegarty w1nner of the Jackpot questlon on Stop the Musxc She IS usmg the p1-12,9 money to bu1ld a ranch xn Texas Tom Franklm owner of Franklm s Fancy Food Farms John Kemper publ1c1ty dxrector of the champzon Wxlkes Barre Barons and Eddle Whxte s rxght hand man Art P1ccone fearless crlmmal lawyer famous for h1s prosecutlon of Amerlca Publxc Enemxes Z4 , . -H . , . -- ' ll ' VI . , . . . . . -ln . . , , . n- . . , , Leo Luckasavage--teacher of safe driving courses for the U-Drive-It Company. ll ' ' ll -- ' ' I ' A : ' ' hr A 0 ? 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U . , V D . , . - ' -- - e 1 . , , ,S Ronme Lloyd Profess1onal tackle playmg wmth the world champ1on Cleveland Browns Tom Pugh flrst trombomst and soloxst 1n the New York Symphonlc Orchestra John Sherk recently elected Senator from Pennsylvama after a vlgorous campalgn V1rg1n1a Harrls operator of a large gymnastlc and tw1rl1ng school m New York Olm Marth manager of W1lkes Barre s largest model ra1lroad shop spec1al1z1ng 1n umque tra1n layouts B111 Reynolds Forty Fort s new chemlstry teacher workmg on a sec ret potlon make people grow Jacquehne WIICE teacher of French at K1ngston H1gh School Jane Harrls proprletress of Harrls s Hayseed Haven for farmer dancmg Ralph Boston famous crooner H15 reputatxon 15 that not one woman who hears h1m remams consc1ous Dxck Hurtt comedlan and famous televlsmon star replac1ng Mllton Berle for Texaco Nancy McGraw prwate secretary of A J Sordon1 Jr Mar1on R1chards author of the best seller How to Grow Taller ln Ten Easy Lessons Alble Culp h1gh scorer on the Barons basketball team He IS now 5 .hm Brownlee teacher of danc1ng competlng wlth Arthur Murray Jlm Thomas travellng salesman and dernonstrator for the Pearce Muscle Bu1ld1ng Course Dorothy Howell outstand1ng woman chemlst conductlng experlrnents to develop a new type of elastlc to hold up socks Joyce Bullock head majorette wlth the Band of Amerxca Carol Thompson world's champ1on typ1st her speed IS 329 l 2 words per mmute Joan Selover servlng her country as a Wac so that she can keep an eye on her one and only Carol Mathers champ1on tr1ck roller skater She has her own show Carol's Capers Cathemne Wxlhams Pharmacy teacher at Temple Umverslty Mary Ann Russen head of the Russen Art Stud1o 1n W11keS Barre Hugh Hughes prom1nent mort1c1an and owner of a chaln of funeral parlors V1rg1n1a Sm1th hlghly successful owner of Sm1th'S Qua1nt Crafts Shop Myron Dungey head aeronaut1cal des1gner for Douglass A1rcraft Plant famous for hls new plane the Dun-yet 25 ..- , A - -- b , . . . . . - -- - , . . . t , O ' -- ' - l 1: nl - " 1 A Q . 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Ee H Qvmemhvreh E the class of 1951 of Forty Fort 1-hgh School bemg of sound mlnd body and memory do hereby make and publzsh th1s our last w1ll and testament We bequeath the followxng To the freshmen the Joy and prxvlleges of the commg years 1n sen1or h1gh school deep classes of algebra II fasclnatmg b1ology expenments and the excltement of your f1rst class rneetmg and e1ect1on of off1cers To our s1ster class the sophomores the hurry scurry and thr1ll of pre sentmg the Jumor play and the splendorous prom and good natured rlvalry wxth the new semors To the Jumors our successors the happ1ness and Joys that go wxth chem1cal odors notebooks as thxck as dlctlonarnes puzzhng tr1g problems the adm1rat1on of the Jumor h1gh,and 'Semorxtxs W1th our smcere hope that they can keep the hxgh standards they already have attaxned we also leave the pr1v1lege of be1ng the leaders of the school our seats m chapel and the key to the semor door Jack Prater s good sense of humor to John Hessler George Scoble's long walk to school each day to Artle Llewellyn Angelo Grasso s seat 1n Jamce Arnold's lxvmg room to anyone who dares to muscle m D1ck Hurtt's dance steps to Nell Dadurka Jackze Wllce s gzggles and red haxr to the Senghaas tw1ns Ronn1e Prolelka s wresthng ab1l1ty to Louls Coursen Maureen McNel1s's b1g blue eyes and ab1l1ty to get along wzth the boys to Judy Gommer Dorothy God1tus's 1nterest xn Kxng ston boys to Marlys Thompson Joyce Bullock's quxet d1spos1t1on to Jan1ce Re1d John Sherk s publxc speak1ng ab1l1ty to R1chard Morrxs Barbara Kyttle's 1nterest 1n Coughlm wrestlers to Joan Sluzele Paul Somervxlle s love for drwxng trucks to Lee Watson Patrmcxa Namovxcz s actnvlty IH the Gxrl Reserves to Laura Gower Tommy Pugh s track ab1l1ty to Carleton Conway Terry Frxedman s talkatxve dxsposttxon to Margaret Llewellyn Ronme Lloyd s place on the All Scholastxc Football Team to Frank Kren B111 Snyder s seat ln the trombone sectmon of the orchestra to Tommy Heath 26 7 l l l . I l . . i I . . . . I ' 1 1 1 1 I ' , - . . . I ' . . . . I - . ' . 1 . . . l ' ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' ll ' ' . . , I I Homer Jones's French horns to Ted Rodgers. I , . . . . Il ' ll . . , . . . . . , . . . . I , . . . . . . . , . . , . . . , . . . . . , . . , . . Hugh Hughes s talent ln plays to Rxchard Bartlebaugh Leo Luckasavage s trckets for speedmg to the students of the future Safety Drxvmg Classes Vxncent Pagl1anete's well worn Joke book to Robert Rexsser Mynon Dungey s mstruchons on the use of the shde rule to Hale Wallace Mary Ann Russen s actlng abxllty to Helen Krachenfels Catherxne Corcoran s quxetness to V1v1an Scott Joanne Senghaas's muscles to Nancy Kane Tom Ford's xnterest m baseball to Harold Kxshbaugh Bxll I-Iolodnak's love for fast motor blkes to Tom Raub J1m Thomas's dynamlc tensxon course of Charles Atlas to Warren Dadurka B111 Pearce S well worn bar bells a paxr of broken arm developers and a broken Jumpmg rope to Tom Regan Carol Thornpson's ablllty to get along wlth everybody to Mary Barbara Grlfflth Hallman N1chol's xnterest rn thls man's Navy to all the boys of '52 Frank Carver s corn cob p1pe to George Wltsxl Dot Howell's love for chemlstry to Rlta Borz1k tough enough to handle the Job Bob Turnberger s fxghtxng sp1r1t and determxnatlon on the grxdxron to Txm Keller Ralph Boston s retxrxng ways to Chuck Osborne Dave Rxmple's success as preszdent of the Key Club to next year s pres1dent Marxlyn Black s co edxtorshlp ot the Red and Whxte Revxew to next year s edxtor Sylvra Hegarty's pleasxng personalxty to Rosahe Prole1ka Olm Marth s collectxon of mxmature trams to Garry Edgar V1rg1ma I-Iarrxs s out of town boy fr1ends to C1a1re O Connell Carol Mather's ab111ty to Jltterbug to Patsy Drury Joan Ramsey s abxlxty to farmer dance to Irma Lloyd Jane Harr1s's dxmples to Vxrg1n1a Downey V1rg1n1a Sm1th's beautlful blond haxr to Grace Corcoran Joan Selover s neatness and bookkeepxng knowledge to Beth Ann French Z7 , , . , . . , , . . . , . . . . . , . , , . , . - I Q I . . . 5 Art Piccone's sacred custodianship to anyone who is honest, rough, and , . . . . . , . . , . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , - . . , , . . , . Marion R1chards's height to Nancy Brown Alice Mae Emershaw s out of town dates to Lorraine Oblon Marjorie Nerhood s art ability to Patsy Reese Bob R1efenstah1's conversational sklll to Dave Reynolds Albie Culp s regular school attendance to Bill Gregory B111 Witt's curly black hair to Edwin McLaughlin Walter Eaton s old Boy Scout uniform to Jay Soltis Ed Corcoran s abillty to play the piano to Alison Rubury Jim Brownlee s all league end position to Sam Crosby Tom Franklin s job at Patterson s Market to Don Wilkinson Bob Williams s knack of select1ng clothes to Howard Allen Catherine Williams s nights of square dancing to Shirley Keller Lorraine Brunza s dancing skill to Marilyn Carl Donald Rundle s presidency of the senior class to next year s President John Kemper s ability to do French to the next class that has French Carl Magee s nickname "Mag" to Margaret Mattern Nancy McGraw s glamorous wardrobe to Marlene Hughes Barbara Bell's seat at the wrestling meets where she yells for Coursen to Pat Dee Diane Lewis s swimming ability to Sheila Atherholt June Taylor s bridal bouquet to the first girl in the '52 class who becomes engaged Jim Sweeney s ability as a straight faced comedian to Bill Glahn B111 Reynolds s superior class rating to Henry Goetzman George Munster s rusty car broken windshield wiper and two horsepower motor to Jack Smith Jim Hawk s plaid cap to Richard Rutkowski to add to his collection Memories of our spirited class meetings and grateful thanks for helping us up the ladder of success to our helpful advisers Miss Jones and Mr Harrold Last but by no means least our sincere appreciation to the faculty and administration of the Forty Fort Schools for the interests wisdom and assistance they have given us during our school careers CLASS OF 1951 28 . , - - . . . , . . . , . , . . , . . . . . , F . . . , . , . . . . , . . . . , . . . . , . . . , . . , . 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NN A 4 Q f 1 o X' S 3 Q KX 7 x Q , ' x, if Class Cf 1952 FIRST ROW LEFT 10 RIGHT NEIL DADURKA THOMAS KELLER JEAN WATKINS WILLIAM KELLER SECOND ROW NANCY RICHARDS LAURA GOWER BARBARA BERRY NANCY BURGESS BARBARA COUTTS PATSY DRURY BETH ANN FRENCH GERALDINE STANULIS PATSY GODITUS VIVIAN SCOTT RUTH ESTHER KURTZ NANCY RODERICK THIRD ROW SHIRLEY KELLER BARBARA JONES RITA BORZIK JOAN SLUZELE LORRAINE OBLON ALTHEA WOODRING DORIS RIEFENSTAHL CAROLE SHINER DELLA KING ELEANOR NICHOLS ALFRED LAMOREAUX FOURTH ROW LOIS WILLIAMS KATHRYN DUENGER ROSALIE PRDLEIKA BARBARA STEARNS NANCY BROWN HELEN KRACHENFELS CLAIRE 0 CONNELL BELEORD THOMPSON MR PAUL BRONG FIFTH ROW MISS DANIEL THOMAS ROBERT REISSER HENRY GOETZMAN THOMAS MARCINKO TED MITCHELL SIXTH ROW ARTHUR ZURANSKI JOHN SMITH ROBERT HUNTZ RICHARD RUTKOWSKI TED RODGERS JOHN HESSLER KARL WAGNER RICHARD BARTLEBAUGH GARRY EDGAR ARDEN LLEWELLYN DONALD WISE SEVENTH ROW RALPH LESHINSKI RICHARD MORRIS WARREN DADURKA HOWARD ALLEN EARL MITCHELL STEVEN YOGODZINSKI HALE WALLACE CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Thomas Keller Secretary Jean Watklns Vxce Presxdent Nell Dadurka Treasurer W1ll1am Keller ADVISERS Mlss Margaret Handlong Mr Paul Brong STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Daniel Th0m3S Thomas Keller Barbara Coutts Eleanor Nlchols N011 Dadllfka Henry Goetzman 30 MARGARET HANDLONG, MR. KOTULAK, HAROLD KISHBAUGH, GEORGE WITSIL, WAYNE YEISLEY, WILLIAM GLAHN, VINCENT GARVEY, Class Cf 1953 FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT GENEVIEVE POLINSKY JUDY BUSWINK SHELIA ATHERHOLT SHIRLEY CROSBY RICHARD MOYER GEORGE LEMMOND ELIZABETH RUSSEN BARBARA THOMAS BARBARA RODGERS NANA PRESSMAN SECOND ROW NANCY RUNDLE BEVERLY ACKOUREY JEAN DOUGHERTY AUDREY CRAGLE SYLVIA BECKER NORMA CLARK NANCY KANE MARGARET MATTERN JEAN BUBRYCKIE LOLA DAVIS PATSY REESE MONICA FORD THERESA THOMAS THIRD ROI MISS DOROTHY PETTEBONE ADVISER DIANE PREY PATSY DEE JOAN ZBIAS BARBARA JONES DEBORAH HUSBAND JANICE ARNOLD JEAN BOOTE NANCY MORRIS MARILYN RITTER JANICE REID MARLYS THOMPSON MR JACK MORRIS ADVISER FOURTH ROI' ROBERT HOLLOIBUSH THOMAS LONIE GHJRGE IIDDICK WILLIAM HESSLER JOSEPH HALLIS IDNALD IILCE DANIEL ROILANDS DONALD ROWLANDS RODNEY CAIN EDWIN MC LAUGHLIN LOUIS COURSEN FIFTH ROI FRANK LUKESH ALLAN PEARSON HAROLD GRAMLEY CARLA FAVATA IILLIAM GREGORY CHARLES HANN LEE IATSON ROBERT RUNDLE CHARLES OSBORNE DAVID RUTH SIXTH ROY HAROLD CARINI FLOYD RICE RICHARD GIBBONS GEXJRGE HORST ALFRED GLAHN GEORGE SAMUI'1IS CLASS OFFICERS Presldent George Lemmond Secretary Sh1r1ey Crosby Vlce Presldent R1chard Moyer Treasurer Betty Russen ADVISERS M1ss Dorothy Pettebone Mr Jack Morrxs STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Joan Zekas George Lemmond Edwxn McI.Iaugh11n Douglas Brown 31 : : I I I I I I I I I ' : I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I ' : I I I I I I I I , I - 5 I I I I I I I I I ' : I I I I I - Class Of 1954 FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT WILLIAM CORCORAN GLORIA ANDRESS JOHN O'CONNELL ANN MARIE PROLEIKA VIRGINIA BREHM LESLIE PHILLABAUM MARILYN CARL ROY ROSENBAUM SECOND ROW DALE DE RONDE HAROLD LAMOREAUX THOMAS HEATH JEROME ALEXA RICHARD PEARSON ROLAND PEARSON ROBERT GIADOSH JERRY PRAETORIUS THIRD ROW BARBARA SOWERBY JANET KYTTLE VIRGINIA DOWNEY HILDA GREEN CAROL JAMES MARGARET RICHARDS JACQUELINE WOLFE FLORENCE MARCINKO ALISON RUBURY BEVERLY BOGART PATSY WITSIL FOURTH ROW JANE SOMERVILLE PHILLIPINE BATTENBERG MARION LAINES MARILYN ZABUSKY IRMA LLOYD MARILYN ROMISCHER BARBARA BOSTON ELLEN MUNLEY RUTH ANN SCOTT MARY LUKESH FIFTH ROW MISS LORRAINE RICE ADVISER ROGER LLOYD RALPH IETZEL JOHN NEI COMB PAUL SCHALM TIM COMMON WILLIAM MOULD CARLTON CONWAY RICHARD PALCHEK DONALD WILKINSON MISS SON THOMAS REGAN CHARLES ABENMOHA DONALD HOSEY FRANK KREN JOSEPH ACKOUREY EDWARD MULHERN ADVISER HOME ROOM OFFICERS AND TEACHERS Mxss Lorrame RICE Presxdent Le she Phrllabaum Vzce Presldent Ray Rosenbaum Secretary Marxlyn Carl Treasurer Vxrgmxa Brehm Student Councxl Representatlve Ph1111p1ne Battenberg Mr Edward Mulhe rn Presxdent John O'Conne11 Vlce Pre s1dent Glorxa Andress Secretary Ann Mane Prolexka Treasurer Wxlham Corcoran Student Councxl Repre sentatxve I-hlda Green DIANE TRAVIS, ASSISTANT TEACHER, SIXTH ROW: KENNETH NORRIS, CARL LINGERTOT, ALBERT SCHRADER, HOIARD IHIT- 32 E1ghth Grade bi t,,'f.aur-s sr FIRST ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT BOB BUBECK SHIRLEY BUSH JUDY GOMMER MOLLY MATTERN SAM CROSBY LEE DAVIS MARY LENORE BECKER BERNADINE LEANDRI THOMASINA SKROVANSKI GRACE VI POND PATSY WATKINS DIANE SCARLET SANDRA LAYTON PATSY ROSENBAUM PATSY DONNELLY BETH LAVERICK THIRD ROW LORRAINE POSILISKI BETSY BROWN LOUISE STRUTHERS KAREN KARMELOWITZ MARGARET LLWEWLLYN NORITA ROGERS VIRGINIA YANKOSKI BARBARA RITTER LUCILLE LUPINSKI MARY TUEEUL MAUREEN BURNS MAE TRETHAWAY ANNA CERVENAK LOIS OSWALD FOURTH ROW MISS LOVETT SAMUEL MOULD ERNFST HAYES BILL WERNER TERRY SMITH BILL PICKERING GEORGE MEEKER ROBERT GLAHN GEORGE ELLSWORTH RAYMOND HANN ROBERT CLARK MARY LOU NEWCOMB MARLEEN HUGHES MR JOSEPH MICHAELS MR KINISH FIFTH ROW MR JACK MORRIS JOHN SABA HOWARD ZABUSKY NORMAN DOMINICK THOMAS BOOTE DICK ERNEST RICHARD CROSBY EDMUND MARCAVAGE JAMES GREGORY STUART MOULD THOMAS DRURY SIXTH ROW GEORGE KEIPER JAMFS MC AFEE ALAN BALCOMB DEAN BROWN CRAIG BEACH JOSEPH GALEY HERBERT SCHREMPP HOME ROOM OFFICERS AND TEACHERS M155 Dorothy Lovett Mr Jack Morrxs Presxdent Samuel Mould Presxdent Molly Mattern VICE Presldent Lee Dav1s V1Ce Presldent Jlldlth Gommer Secretary Mae Trethaway Secretary Shxrley Bush Treasurer James Soltls Treasurer Robert Bubeck Student Councxl Representatwe Student Councll Representahve Lee Dav1s James McAfee 33 I diurg ., rw V' , A . 2 ., ' A 'ef-if . 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SECOND ROW: GRACE LENNOX, LEONA RECAMPER, LOIS JEAN DAVIS, RUTH ARNOLD, JANET BUBB, Seventh Grade .,-- FIRST ROW LEFT TD RIGHT JACK SCOTT WILLIAM MILLARD JOAN HEYDON JANE WELLHOFFER LUCILLE WILLIAMS ROBERT MACK PAUL MURPHY LEO GLAHN RUTH ANN RUNDLE ROBERT KING SECOND ROW ELEANOR MARLEY DOROTHY HOSEY JACK LYN SENGHAAS JEAN SENGHAAS ANNA MAE MARCINKO SALLY RIEPENSTAHL HELEN LOUISE VINCENT VIRGINIA HARDY ANN MARIE LOUGHNEY REBA JAYNE DARLA DU ROSS FRED PROLEIKA THIRD ROW MARIE DA SILVA ELEANOR MOYER MARY FRANCES SWIGERT VIRGINIA LAINES JUDITH WRIGHT BETTY LOU DYMOND SUZANNE LAYTON JOAN WASSEROTT MARY ALICE GRIFFITH SANDRA GRAY GRACE CORCORAN ELLENITA NEWCOMB SUSAN KUPPERMAN FOURTH ROW MISS MARY BROWER ADVISER DANIEL BRACE RICHARD RIMPLE WILLIAM BONHAM WILLIAM MILLER ROBERT HOUCK LOUIS THOMAS LANE CLYDE SPOTTS JOHN ELLSWORTH PATRICIA ROARTY ELAINE GRAMLEY SUSAN BUBBLE MRS CHARLOTTE NERHOOD ADVISER FIFTH ROW MISS MARGARET HANDLONG ADVISER JOSEPH DAVIS RICHARD CUNDIFF WILLIAM WHEELER,ROY MOR GAN SAMUEL LIGOURI ROBERT LEWIS DAVID THOMAS JOHN HEMSL CLYDE BREHM NORMAN LESHINSKI DOUGLAS LEARN DAVID BOWERS WILLIAM THOMAS JOHN EVANS FRANK EDWARD HUTTER RICHARD CAIN SIXTH ROI RICHARD GROMELSKI E EY DANIEL FRANKLIN MR GOMER WILLIAMS ADVISER HOME ROOM OFFICERS AND TEACHERS Mls s Margaret Handlong Presxdent Thomas Craver Vxce Presxdent Leo Glahn Secretary Ruth Ann Rundle Treasurer Robert Kmg Student Counc 11 Representatwe Jackelyn Senghaas Mxss Ma-ry Brower Presxdent Robert Mack V1ce Pres1dent Paul Murphy Secretary Joan Heydon Treasurer W1111am Mxllard Student Councxl Representatlve Judlth Wrxght 34 Mr Gomer Wllhams Presldent Lucxlle Wxllxams Vxce Pres1dent Jane Wellhofer Secretary Pat Bonner Treasurer John Scott Student Councxl Representatxve Clyde Spotts w V - - - -V W l Q . , Y, -Q I I , I ' , , v p ' , 1 : g p - I . . . 1 I . . , . : , Y , , , , , , . , ,,,- f - v I n I 1 n 1 , , - , I - . . 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J0'Q.v. . 1? 1:39, ,lib Qs ,Q Student Councnl S: X as SEATED FIRST ROW DIANE LEYIIS RICHARD MORRIS CARDL THOMPHJN JOHN SHERK NANCY MORRIS JAMES BROWNLEE SEATED SFCOND ROW GUJRGE LEHMOND EDWIN MC LAUGHLIN LESLIE PHILLABAUM LEE DAVIS STANDING THIRD ROW VIRGINIA HARRIS LORRAINE BRUNZA ELEANOR NICHOLS BARBARA COUTTS PHILLIPINE BATTENBERG RENA GREEN JOAN ZEKAS WILLARD SNYDER ANGELO GRASSO FOURTH ROW DONALD RUNDLE NEIL DADURKA DOUGLAS BROWN RICHARD FALCHEK ROW ROBERT MACK MOLLY MATTERN JUDITH WRIGHT FRANK KREN HENRY GOETZMAN THOMAS KELLER DANIEL THOMAS FIFTH BETH ANN RUNDLE JANE WELLHOFER SIXTH ROW THOMAS CRAVER CLYDE SPOTTS SAM CROSBY Adv1ser Mr Theodore Balcomb OFFICERS Presldent John Sherk Vlce Presxdent R1chard Morrls Recordmg Sec retary Nancy Morr1s Correspondlng Sec Carol Thompson Treasurer James Brownlee 36 Advlser M1ss Kathleen Stack C L n Jr N, , . , ' " f Q A - lt' 5 V I . 14 A 0 , 1 - . ,V .U xl 5 Q . R, 1 o I . ' ' , 1 'Q Y.r I Q 1 - 0, . 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I , - : , : , , , . : : . , . . . , , , . : , . , y 1 , - f r v v ' 3 . v ' Red and Wh1te RCVICW Staff -4, 4--......-,g 'fi FIRST ROW LEFT TD RIGHT JACK PRATER HELEN KRACHENFELS MARILYN BLACK WILLARD SNYDER DELLA KING SECDND ROW JOHN KEMPER JOAN SELOVER JANE HARRIS JUNE TAYLOR JO ANNE SENGHAAS HUGH HUGHES VIRGINIA HARRIS LORRAINE BRUNZA MARJORIE NERHOOD MARION RICHARDS ARTHUR PICCONE THIRD ROW CAROL MATHERS JOAN RAMSEY CAROL THOMPSON NANCY MC GRAW DOROTHY GODITUS ALICE EMERSHAW MAUREEN MC NELIS MARY ANN RUSSEN PATRICIA NAMOVICZ FOURTH ROW MR GRAMLEY HOWARD ALLEN BARBARA STEARNS BETH ANN FRENCH ALTHEA WOODRING LAURA GOWER JEAN WATKINS PATRICIA DRURY DANIEL THOMAS MISS DOROTHY LOVETT FIFTH ROW MARILYN ZABUSKY HENRY GOETZMAN JOAN SLUZELE DONALD WILKINSON MISS LORRAINE RICE SIX1H ROW MARY SWIGERT SUSAN KUPPERMAN ROBERT BUBECK PATRICIA ROARTY NORITA ROGERS ABSENT FROM PICTURE MISS EDNA MAURER ADVISER MARY B GRIFFITH Co Edltors Busmess Manager Asslstant Ednors Manlyn Black Jack Prater Della Kmg Wlllard Snyder Helen Krachenfels Mxrlam Becker Mary B Grlfflth Advxser Adv1ser Advxser Advxser Mr Gramley M1ss Maurer Mlss Lovett Mxss RICE 37 C I - 1'-T"kI5'fl"fi1"-' I- -- 4 'H-A - - f ITC -EM A' ..-. f : I 5-I I I I : . . . . 4. 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Y-Teens FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT HELEN KRACHENFELS JOAN RAMSEY PATSY NAMOVICZ LAURA GOWER MARY ANN RUSSEN SECOND ROW MARILYN BLACK MARIAN RICHARDS CAROL THOM SON JOYCE BULLOCK MARJORIE NERHOOD JO ANNE SENGHAAS VIRGINIA HARRIS LORRAINE BRUNZA CAROL MATHERS JOAN SELOVER ALICE EMERSHAW KYTTLE MAUREEN MC NELIS NANCY MC GRAW TERRY FRIEDMAN JUNE TAYLOR DOROTHY HOWELL FOURTH ROY SYLVIA HEGARTY BARBARA BELL CATHERINE WILLIAMS JACQUELINE WILCE DOROTHY GODITUS CATHERINE COR CORAN BETH ANN FRENCH CAROLE SHINER ELEANOR NICHOLS KAY DUENGER FIFTH ROW NANCY RODERICK RUTH ESTHER KURTZ JOAN SLUZELE DELLA KING BARBARA STEARNS CLAIRE 0 CONNELL ROSALIE PROLEIKA SIXTH ROW LOIS WILLIAMS BARBARA COUTTS BARBARA BERRY JEAN WATKINS PATSY DRURY NANCY BURGESS RITA BORZIK ALTHEA WOODRING PATSY GODITUS VIVIAN SCOTT SEVENTH ROW DORIS RIEFENSTAHL LORRAINE OBLON GERALDINE STANULIS BARBARA JONES SHIRLEY KELLER Pre sldent Patsy Namovlcz V1ce Presldent Treasurer Joan Ramsey Laura Gower Secretary Representatwe Helen Krachenfels Mary Ann Russen Advmser M155 Mary Brower 38 DIANE LEWIS. THIRD ROI: MISS BROWER,ADVISER, NANCY RICHARDS, VIRGINIA SMITH, JANE HARRIS, BARBARA 1 Hi -Y FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT MYRON DUNGEY HALLMAN NICHOLS WALTER EATON HUGH HUGHES DONALD SMITH LEO LUCK ASAVAGE SECOND ROW DONALD WISE MR DONALD HERROLD ADVISER GEORGE SCOBLE RALPH BOSTON JOHN KEMPER RONALD LLOYD ARTHUR PICCONE TED RODGERS Hi PAUL BRONG ADVISER WILLIAM KELLER THIRD ROW HOWARD ALLEN DANIEL THOMAS HALE WALLACE NEIL DADURKA WILLIAM GLAHN FOURTH POW RICHARD RUTKOWSKI ROBERT HUNTZ HENRY GOETZMAN THOMAS KFLLER JOHN SMITH RICHARD BARTLEBAUGH Presldent V1ce Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Chaplaxn Sergeant of Arms Hugh Hughes Walter Eaton Donald Smmth Hallman Nlchols Leo Luckasavage Myron Dungey Advxser Adv1ser Mr Paul Brong Mr Donald Herrold Semor Band i O Q-WY BAND 6' 50N FIRST ROW LFFT TO RIGHT SYLVIA HEGARTY LORRAINE BRUNZA CAROL THOMPSON MARILYN BLACK SYLVIA BECKER VIVIAN SCOTT DELLA KING CAROL SHINER ROSALIE PROLEIKA SECOND ROW MARILYN RITTER MIRIAM BECKER ROBERT BUBECK THOMAS LANE SAMUEL MOULD DOUGLAS LEARN WILLIAM MILLARD PAUL MURPHY DAVID THOMAS JOHN SABA SAMUEL LIGOURI STUART MOULD ELEANOR NICHOLS RUTH ESTHER KURTZ THIRD ROW JANICE REID MARILYN CARL BARBARA BERRY JANE SOMERVILLF PHILLIPINE BATTENBERG BEVERLY BOGART JOYCE BULLOCK JEAN BOOTE NANCY RODERICK PATSY REESE ELEANOR MOYER MARY FRANCIS SWIGERT ELAINE GRAMLEY BARBARA THOMAS FOURTH ROM JANICE ARNOLD PATSY DEE MARGARET RICHARDS LUCILLE WILLIAMS VIRGINIA DOWNEY BARBARA RITTER SHIRLEY BUSH DIRECTOR MR WIIIIAM R RFFSF LOUISF STRUTHERS ERNEST HAYES BARBARA JONES MOLLY MATTERN JEAN SENGHAAS JACQUELINE SENGHAAS VIRGINIA HARRIS JO ANNE SENGHAAS FIFTH ROW ROBERT HOUCK HENRY GOETZMAN JOHN KEMPER THOMAS PUGH TED MITCHELL HAROLD GRAMIEY GEORGF LFMMOND SIXTH ROW DAVID RIMPLE JACK EVANS JACK SMITH HOWARD ALLEN EDWARD HUTTER SEVENTH ROW JOSEPH MYRON DUNGPY MILLARD SNYDER HOMER JONES JACK PRATER HALLMAN NICHOLS HAROLD CARINI RICHARD MOYER FLOYD RICE PAUL SCHALM HERBERT SCHREMPP GAILEY GEORGE WIDDICK THOMAS HEATH DOUGIAS BROWN DONALD WISE DAVID RUTH LEF WATSON DEAN BROWN RICHARD FALCHER COLOR GUARD ROBERT RIEFENSTAHI JAMES HAWR 40 P' O A .. 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A 14, Scholastic Contest - Key Award fArtl 1950 RED 81 WHITE Sports Editor 4, THE FORT I ' I Q 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I U . r . 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 I 1 : ' I 1 1 . 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' I 1 I - u z,3,4. , . 1 I 1 I 7 Y ' I Y 1 I Z I f 1 1 1 ' 1 -1 1 1 ' .D ' U 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l' l l 1 I I I Q , Q : j 1 1 1 3 l 1 I 1 1 I ' ' . 1 1 1 1 1 I' I 1 1 . , ' : ' ' ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 55 SENIOR ACTIVITIES fCont1nued1 CARL MAGEE Wrestling 1 Z 3 4 Student Council 1 Glee Club 4 Clubs Hunting and Fishing 1 Z Traveling 3 Hunting and F1sh1ng4 Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 OLIN MARTH THE FORT Photography Ed1tor Glee Club 4 Clubs Hobby 1,2 U S Travel 3 Kay 4 Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 CAROL MATHERS RED gl WHITE Production Staff Z 3 4 Semor Play Girl Reserves 3 4 Choral Club Z 3 4 Clubs Dramatic l Dancingl Commercial 3 Dancing 4, Intramurals 4 1949 Declamation Contest NANCY MCGRAW RED gl WHITE Production Staff 4 THE FORT Art Staff Student Council 1 Senior Play Home Room Treasurer 1 Girl Reserves 3 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Clubs Tumbling 1 Commercial Z 3 4 Intramurals I Z 3 4 1947 Forensic Contest MAUREEN MCNELIS RED 81 WHITE Soclal Editor 4 THE FORT Literary Staff Senior Play Student Play Girl Reserves 3 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Clubs Readmgl Tumbling 3, Dancing Z 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 1951 Declamation Contest GEORGE MUNSTER Football l Wrestling l Z Student Council 1 H1 Y 3 Glee Club 4 Clubs Hunting and Fishing l Z 3 4 Intramurals l Z PATRICIA NA MOV IC Z RED Sz WHITE Literary Staff 4 THE FORT Literary Staff Junior Play Junior All School Play Girl Reserves 3 President 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Clubs Tumbling 1 Z 3 Danclng 4 Intramurals Z 3 4 MAR JORIE NERHOOD RED 81 WHITE Art Staff 3 4 THE FORT Art Staff Semor Play Junior Play Sophomore All School Play Girl Reserves 3 Chapla1n 4 Choral Club Z 3 4 Clubs Tumblmg l Z Sen yor Handxcraft 3 Red Cross 4 1949 Scholastic Art Contest Honorable Mention 1950 Scholastic Art Contest Key Award HALLMAN NICHOLS Band 1 Z 3 4 Orchestra l Z 3 4, H1 Y 3 Treasurer 4 Glee Club 3 4 Clubs Orches tra 1 Z VINCENT PAGLIANETE Clubs Stamp 1 Hunting and Fishing Z Hunting and F1sh1ng 3 Commercial 4 Intra murals 1 Z 3 4 WILLIAM PEARCE Wrestling Z THE FORT Literary Staff Clubs Sports l Z 3 Dancmg 4 Glee Club 3 4 AR THUR PIC CONE Football l Z 3, Manager 4, Wrestling l Z Manager 3 4 Track 2 Manager 4, RED 81 WHITE Sports Ed1tor 4 THE FORT L1ter ary Co Editor, Semor Play, Senior All School Play Home Room Treasurer 3 4 H1 Y 4 Glee Club 4 Clubs Sports l Z Danclng 3 4 1948 Declamatlon Contest JACK PRATER Basketball Manager 4 Wrestl1ng Assistant Manager 1 RED 8: WHITE Production Staff 3 Business Manager 4 Student Council Z Orchestra 1 Z 3 4 Clubs Orchestra 1 Z 3 RED 81 WHITE 4 Glee Club 3 4, Intramurals l 2 RONALD PR OLEIKA Wrestling 1 Z 3 4 THE FORT Production Staff Home Room Treasurer L Clubs Sports 1 Commercial Z 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 D1str1ctlIChamp1on 103 lb Class Wrestling THOMAS PUGH Track Z 3 4 Wrestling 1 Z THE FORT Photography Staff Orchestra l Z 3 4 Band l Z 3 4 Clubs Orchestra 1 Z 3 4 JOAN RAMSEY RED 8: WHITE Production Staff 3 4 THE FORT Literary Staff Jun1or All School Play Girl Reserves 3 V1ce President 4 Choral Club Z 3 4 Clubs Reading l Commercial Z 3 4 Intramurals l Z 3 4 ' 1 1 1 1 . 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Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Forty Fort High School - Fort Yearbook (Forty Fort, PA) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

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