Fox Township High School - Echo Yearbook (Kersey, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1956 volume:
Mr Aiello, in acpreciation of his
in aiding us to achieve our goal
his enthusiastic support, work, and
in school athletics, we the class
proudlv dedicate this volume of the
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F. B. Hippchen
T. A. Carpin
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A- 0I'Si T. Pallenski
Music and Band Math
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M' Anderson Mrs Carl Satterlee
Commercial Studies School Nurse
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Betty Canal ......
Ronald Beimel ....
Judy Cesa ..... ...
Kay Caimi .... ....
Joe Pontzer. .... .
Walter Reiter ....
Miss Anderson ....
..... ........ Typist
Asst. Class Historian
. ...Asst. Sports Editor
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Hail Kersey, Hail all hail
Noble and strong
To thee with loyal hearts we raise our song
Swelling to Heaven, loud
Our praises ring
Hail Kersey, Hail all hail of thee we sing.
Hail Kersey, Hail all hail
Guide of our youth
Lead thou thy children on
To light and truthg
Thee when death summons us
Others shall praise
Hail Kersey, Hail all hail through endless days
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SENIUR CLASS HI TORY f me
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SCENE A living room in a home Time is evening Lights are turned on
Mother sits readlng Sonny Boy sits in a low chair near a floor
lamp reading a story book
SONNY BOY Bending over book and swelling, E N I O R H Say, mother what's
S I O Is it something to eato Or maybe it's a bear
'N no, Sgnny Boy, Seniors aren't animals, they are people
People just like you and me '
SONNY BOY HPeople Say, mother this story must be about S E N Sen, Sen
iors Here's a picture of one of them Mother, there must be
some of them at school They look just like this picture Mo
ther, read me about Seniors
CSonny Boy takes book over to mother Moves chair over near mother ani
listens to her read D
Mother, reading 'Once upon a time, a long, long tfme ago, nearly twe ve
years ago, there were some little boys and girls These little bofs and
girls did not go to school as you and I do They were not old enough to so
to school So their papas and their mamas told them that when they were six
years old they could go to school
So one day all of them were six years old When the school bell rang
in the fall of the year, in September I think it was, all of these little
boys and girls started off to school, with their books and tablets e
school they went to was the Kerse School Of course these little boys and
girls cculdn't read They couldn't write either But
them if they would trr hard and study well, that some
oloer they could go to high school The little boys and
to high school and play basketball and baseball, and be
stuoied and studied for eight long rears Then one day
them they were ready for high school But all of the little boys and girls
who started to school weren't ready for high school Some of them had not
studied as hard as the should Some had moved away from town And some
llttle boys and glrls left to go to high school there were
their teacher told
day when they grew
girls wanted to ao
in plays, so they
their teacher told
Hwell, when these boys and girls came to high school, they found many
other boys and girls who were older than they were Some of them seemed to
know much more than others They paraded around looking dignified and very
important Now the little boys and girls found out these people had been
in high school a long time Some of their teachers told them if they vould
work four hard years they would know a great many things too
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'The Freshmen found high school was much dlfferent from grade schoo
There were not so many subjects to study but they were much harder There
was one subject that was the queerest thing If you didn't know what it was
about, you just said, Let X be it Then finally you know what the answer
was, even though you didn't know what it was all about Then there was a
subject they called history, but it was all about dates, only not the kind
'Afterwhile the freshmen found that another schoo
After vacation when they went back to school again they
anymore but they were sophomores Being a sophomore was
freshman, only different A sophomore thinks he knows
green, awkward freshman, only he doesn't He just thinks
tle boys and girls werent little anymore but they were cr
year had passed
just like belnv a
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own up sophomores
class meetlngs And you know lf the faculty is pleased with their work they
Vell, they had some other queer things to study They bisected angles, and
dissected frogs but bisecting an angle and dissecting a frog are just as
different as eating toadstools and mushrooms But the sophomores had
time being sophomores They were glad they had studied hard when they were
little as their teachers had told them to so they could go to high school
nThen school was out again and the boys and girls went home to play?
No, they dldn't po home to play this summer, for they were grown up now, or
they thought they were So they spent some of their time worklng They had
to act grown up, for the next fall when ther went back to high school they
were juniors Now juniors are queer people They know much more than the
sophomores and freshmen but they are afraid of the class above them,
they spend most of the year giving them parties and banquets, and planning
commencement events for them They are servants for the high and mighty
'After the Junior ear was over, and vacatlon had come to an end, w a
do you think happened? NQ,the school building didn't burn No, they d1dn't
have any Christmas tree Well, I'lltell you what happened Vhen the Jun
iors went back to school again, they weren't freshmen they weren't sopho
mores they weren't juniors They were S9nlOPS1 They found out seniors
were the highest and the greatest class in school And when seniors are
seniors, whether they study or not,the faculty looks up to them because thq'
are seniors And the juniors look up to them because ther are seniors And
the sophomores and the freshmen are afraid of them because they are S6Ul0PS
Seniors vet to do a lot of things They et to go to banquets They have
And so it happened that after twelve long years the little boys an
girls of this story grew into seniors After these boys and girls become
Seniors they are given the great
tion's capital, Washington, in the District of Columbia I
nSo,Sonny Boy,from this story
school of Yersev School, and what
hard work And some day, if you
llke the senlors of nineteen hundr
t a dlploma
senior of Kersey High School too
opportunity to visit and tour our Na
you see that SENIORS are a class in high
they came to be after years of study and
study you too can be a SENIOR, and just
ed and fifty six, you will graduate and
nMother, I like that story Some day I am going to be a
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First Row: R. Gahr, D. Coppela, T. Petrocchi, L. Colly, P. Swanson, J.
Parmi, J. Moyer, B. McMack1n, J. Anderson, J. Corbe, Nr. Hifpchen. Second
Row: E. Gatto, J. Heigel, E. Newell, J. Raffiner, J. Palmer, J. Gahr, A.
Wonderling, B. Hedberg, J. Dallasen, A. Wildfire, J. Helgel, J. Blessel, M.
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XP f' President -------------------- Eddie Newell
Treasurer -------- -------- Bonnie NcMackin
Vice President ----------- Allen Wonderling
Secretary ----------- N -------- Janes Heigel
Advisor ---------------------- Mr. Hippchen
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First Row: R. Mattiuz, D. Bish, J. Freeburg, J. Wittman, A. Kemmer, S. Gatto,
S. Beveridge, O. Johnson, D. Carrara, R. Dallasen, M. Keller, Mr. Aiello.
Second Row: W. Meredith, H. Green, D. Young, R. Timblin, W. Nero, B. Shuttle-
worth, J. Torzok, K. Anthony, M. Green, B. Brehm, J. Gahr, C. Green. Third
Row: J. Gutowski, J. Glass, D. Kugler, L. Schreiber, R. Dallasen, R. Hyatt,
R. Sidelinger, J. Flegal, H. Pontzer, D. Portzer, P. Thompson, H. Erich.
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First Row: A. Deemer, E. Timblin, G. Geer, J. Pontious, K. Clark, J. Saline,
G. Euterbaugh, E. Swanson, K. Palmer, S. Chamberlin, S. Steinbiser, D. Dowie.
Second Row: .B. Secco, L. Hedberg, C. Saline, R. Beimel, R. Wonderly, L. Tim-
blin, I. Pontious, D. Oh1in,R. Quagliani, G. Swanson, P. Bianchi, K. Shutika,
D. White, P. Stubbs. Third Row: G. Penn, J. Torzok, W. Wonderling, R. Arm-
strong, K. Mosier, L. Gavazzi, B. Carr, H. Beimel, E. Mattivi, B. Carlson,
G. Reiter, R. Cuneo, J. Mattiuz.
EVE TH GRADE
Financial Secretary ------------- Gentle Mae Butgpbgugh
36CP9t9PY --------------------- ------------ Donna Dowie
PP9S1d9Ht ---------------- -------------- Peter Bianchi
Vice-President ---------------.--- -... Edward Nattivi
Treasurer ----------------------- ------- Fsther Swanson
AdViSOF ------------------------- --------- Mrs. Petitti
SE l0ll CLASS PROPHECY
Here we are folks The date lS June 1,1976 Today we are vlvlnv news
of an unusual vroup of people who vraouated from school 1U the same lass
in Yersew, Pennsvlvanla on Nay 28, 1956 Althouvh at that tlme the class
was consldered an unusual one, no one expected that from its member hip
should come so many outstandlnp mer onalltles nvery member of the class
has achieved notable success, and here is thelr record
First is Bruno Ielleschi He has just set up his own rocket hip fill
ing statlon on the moon Reaular flights are nom belna made lU the rocket
hip wtose Chlef pilot is Captain Robert Lilja The pretty stewardess is
Bernetta hattiuz Amonv the passencers today, I was plea ed to see Valter
Reiter, who came to investivate the possibilltles of locatinv a resort ho
tel on the moon
News from Charles Swanson is, he has at last achieved his desire to
own his own farm He 13 SP6Cl311ZlDQ in the productlon of animal products
for synthetic fibers
Carol Fredrickson and Betty Canal are leavin? tomorrow for Paris to
take charce of the worlc famous fashion show to be eld September 22 1o75
Ilan Vlldfire, who always llked to drive his own car, has just won the
Indianapolls Speedway Races Thanks to Tis ble bodied mechanlc Ravmond
Richard Portzer became famous by his ingeneous plan for the collection
of Federal Income Taxes Bv his plan all waves are paid directly to the
aovernment, and the remainder IS mailed to the wave earner
The medal of award for science service is to be BWSPGSO, we hear, t
Joseph Iontzer That llttle bundle of brains discovered a may to extract
enerny from a snowflake and male enouah electrlc current to livht a flash
light Vill wonders never ceaseo
A motorles automobile has just been envented Two bP411l8Dt scien
tists have the patent Patent number NXYZ has beer is ued to August John
son and Stanlev Anderson
Double and Son report a new book Just off the press It is from the
pen of a well known auttores , Judith Cesa She is sald to have done her
f1TSt writina in Kersey High School, when she wrote an examination paper
that recelved a reyection slip
Bin Sprinvs Collepe announces its new term bevinnina September 7,1076
A large enrollment is looked for, accordinv to President Ponald Beimel
Remember vhat used to be called the Common Cold? Well, it is no more,
thanks to Cecelia Gahr, who discovered its cause, and a certain preventive
which costs very little, and is easily added to the air in all buildings
I imagine there are very few of you who have ever heard oflonna Resch
But really she is known to millions under another name, Zsa Zsa Gabor
The class was invited to a dance held at the Monte Carlo, which is op
erated by Glaovs Contrini and Sharon Feldbauer
Jean Holtzhauser is now the head nurse of a naval hospital in Japan
and is married to a wealthy naval officer
Carol Caimi, vho has been teachinv school ln Alaska, is now tome for
Veronica DaCanal now is in Australia with Tab Hunter doing a picture
called, nwish You Were Nine.n
Last,and one of the least, there is myself, Gordon Meredith, news com
mentator, gathering unusual news for thls station, and presenting it each
Friday at this time.
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TO GUR HEIRS
Teachers and Underclassmen of Kersev Hiph School, Greetings
Ve the Senior Class of the Kersey high School, being now about ready
to cast aside our hivh school wavs amide art for that sedate land of adult
hood nd being mindful of the needs of those we leave behlnd in the Fersey
Hich School,do by these presents declare our last will and testament to be
l Our memories of high school me take with us, to cherish forever and
2 We leave behind us for other cla ses to follow, our fine record of
athletic accomollshments and scholastic achievement
5 We leave to our faculty members oursincere thanks fa-their patience
and kind interest in our velfare we trust that we shall not disanpoint
them in wlat they expect of us
4 To thefreshman class of next vear we leave our wish for strenvth to
stand up under the strain of enterinp rich school our ability when we were
freshmen to quicklv adjust ourselxes to ChBD'lUF conditions nd our brill
lance as soon attracted the attention of all in hich school sometimes to
our areat embarrassment
5 To the sophomores, we leave the best vear of our lives now a hee
tic memory Ve were not wise enouvh to be seniors, and we were too advanced
to be fre hmen Ve had outgrown our freshman wavs, but had not yet made a
stake for ourselves in the annals of the school even though some of us did
make the athletic teams and show signs of developinv lnto real students
6 Ve request that the sophomores look up our record when we were
7 To the freshman cla s of th s year we leave a warning that if you
don't desire to have to work all the years of vour high chool, stop now
By next vear it will be too late By that time vou will have acqulred with
in you enough of the school spirit of Ke sey Hivh School that you'll never
want to Vive up being a student
8 mo the juniors of this year, we leave our thanks and appreciatlon
for the splendid wav in which they have executed all the activities of the
high school of which they have rad charge
9 To theschool as a whole weleave this pennant and our class picture,
that they may ever be an inspiration to those who maze upon them and they
will exclaim as they look upon our likeness nAh, there was a class ves,
class wonderful class
lO To the future we oledve our best effort to l1ve true to the tradi
tions of he Yersey Hivh School and to work that we may be worthy to be
coxrted among the Qraduates of thls school
In witness whereof we have hereunto caused the sivnature of the senlor
president and the senior secretary to be affixed, and ve acknowledoe this
document Unbe the official act of the senlors of nineteen hundred and fifty
slx of the Persey Hiph School
Done at Kersey High :chool,this day of nineteen hundred and fifty six
Hich School Seniors
W E President
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juniors and they will find a model record to follow while they are juniors.
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Vow' Leave it to vouna bill Jackson to vet himself into a terr hle 1am
put can Xou blame him for not correctlnv a wronv imoression when35O,DOO are
at stake9 You ee B111 is a Doctor o Philosophy and a colleae nrofe or,
which eans he really can be c lled 'Doctor all right Yut his fiande,
Ansel , has a wealthv crankv uncle who l'kes medical octors but is mmonzlv
reiudiced avainst nrofessors So when Anvela brings Bill to eet Uncle
Henr at the hosnital and introduces him as Dr Jackson, Uncle Henrv thinks
and B111 i5o,ooo for the fir t life Bill saves And that reallv start:
sometlinv for the re ular hos Stal doctor has to leaxe town suddenly,ard
Dlll 1 called unon to rel in s veral humorous emervercies F1rst, it's a
CVlCk6D bone a oatient svallora Bill extracts it with sugar tonvs One
lau rable situ tlon follows another in Quick order until the worst of all
hanpens a natient suddenlv develors anpend citis"Bf11 is then called unon
to do the sur ery
T'en, there are the antics of the two hosnital r ommates, Dodson and
Puckett,to kee tlin in a ont nous unroar Puckett, iollv and extreme
lv ischievous, and od on, wealthx, crahb and owerbearinv, kee the hos
nital st ff in hot water from mart to finish And there are Jack, the witty
orderl and funnv Dovie Plnkledink It was an excitwnv nlav worth seein
Characters as rla ed I
Henrv K Dodson August Johnson
Angela Barren oladys Contrini
Vr William Jackson Gordon Meredith
Niss Holt Bettv Canal
Patricia Prvor Carol Caimi
Dorothy Carleton Judv Cesa
Charlotte Nelson Jean Holtzhauser
Ja k Benson Stanle Anderson 2 Ronald Belmel
Jonathan Puckett Robert Lilja R Allan Wildfire
Niss Cordelia Puckett Veronlca DaCanal
NlS' Vovie Finkledink . Carol Freoricksan
Lodie Blake . .. .Sharon Feldbauer
Demented Patient Joe Dontzer W Wruno Pelleschi
Old Maids Joe Uontzer 8 Havrend Nattlvi
Niddle Aved Voman Cecelia Gabr
Her Daurtter ......................... Donna Resch
Promoter ........................ Pernetta Mattiuz
Stace Hands.. ..Qichard fortzer, Valter Helter
Director .... ....... ........ Miss Anderson
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First Row: D. Resch, S. Feldbauer, J. Holtznauser. Second Row: B. Mat
niuz, V. DaCanal, J. Cesa, B. Canal, C. FTedrickson, C. Gahr, C. Caimi.
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First Row: J. Parmi, J. Moyer, P. Swanson, J. Heigel, J. Dallasen, J. Cop-
Ee. Secona Row: D. Copella, R. Gahr, T. Petrocchi, J. Anderson B. Mcmack-
in, J. Blessef. ,
First Row: C. Hrusth, R. Perry, E Swanson, G. Buterbaugh, P. Renaud, N
Clark, S. Steinhiser, J. Anderson, 5. Dallesen, K. Clerk. Second Row: A
Orsi llnstructorl, B. Carpin, D. Ohlin, G. Swanson, J. Mattiuz, G. Penn, R
Sidelinger, G. Lundin, H. Malone. Third Row: R. Raffiner, D. Feldbauer
D. Resch, H. Pontzer, J. Cavelini, B. Brehm, F. Himes, D. Swanson, W. Mere
dith, C. Asosti, R. Beimel, E. Timblin.
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First Row: R. Dallasen, A. Kemmer, R. Dallasen, R. Mattivi, J. Moyer, D
Carrara, K. Caiwi. Second Row: O. Johnson, J. Parmi, V. DaCanal, J. Comi:
otti, S. McMinn, K. Anthony, J. Dallasen, B. MoMackin, H. Pontzer, P. Swan-
son, E. Newell. Third Row: B. Gatto, W. Reiter, R. Young, H. Malone, R
Portzer, W. Nero.
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Happy Go Lucky
Good Natu ed
In the Red Devil
You name it
Nith the Kids
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Kronewetter's Dress Shop
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Marsh, A P , Stationery Store
Murone' Music and TV Store
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