Franklin High School - Franklinite Yearbook (Franklin, PA)
- Class of 1939
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The Senior Class
ol: Franklin l-ligh School
at Franklin, Pennsylvania
The great responsibility of editing the Franklinite of 1939 was entrusted
to Lucille Wilson, whose serene and pleasant competence led her staff through
the difficulties which attend such an undertaking. To bring order out of the welter
of ideas contributed by, the various staff mernlbers was no small task. Brian's
brainstorms periodica'l1y shook the group and revenberated from one corner of
the art room to another, while Peg Elliott's staunch objections served as sounding
posts for the echoes. The enthusiasms of Jim F-ord and Jim Lichtenfberger's puns
both had to be held in check. From Bill Mays, Joan Heath, Geraldine Downing,
Jack Zalinski, and Gertrude McClellan came quiet observations that helped to
decide knotty problems.
Time, patience, and effort were enthusiastically expended in the aspiration
for a more truly representative and more cherishalble year book than ever before.
Every member generously, contributed his share, while the advisers stood by, ready
to give aid wherever and whenever it was needed. Miss Rankin wrestled with
problems of high iinance and tried to spend every penny twiceg Miss Steffee strug-
gled with planning and lay-outs and supervised the art work, while Miss Graham
put in a comma or two and added a few periods.
Our work is finished now and this is the product. Every page is indelibly
imprinted 011 the minds of the twenty people who have worked long months upon
it. In submitting it t-o you, we trust that you will look kindly on its faults, realizing
that achievement never equals aspiration, and that you will derive much pleasure
from its pages both now and in the years to come.
Associate Editor .........
Literary Editor .................................................................
Literary Staff ......... Joa
Heath, Eugene Hyatt,
Art Editor ................. - ........................................................... Gertrude McClellan
Business Manager ........,............................................................... .William Mays
Circulati-on Staff, Tiel Eggbeer, Gene Huston, james Lichtenberger
Patron's Page .............,...........,...,...,.............. . ..................... .,........... -I ack Zalmskl
Advertising Manager ........................................................................ James Ford
Typists ................................. ..........,,............ V irginia, Grham, Doris Henry,
Advisers ........ ........... M iss Rankin, Miss Steffee, Miss Graham
l?r1'rf lrilvzrlr My rw in nur .w'l1rml,
'flu' l7t'tIt'0ll 0f01U'fIlfIlI'4'l1Hf'c','
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Siu' hvlfvx IIA' lmila' fl lllI1!IIfIl'.Y.9 faifll
Tha' fwlsxialg ,wars can zmzw' Ivrfale.
Hvr f'l'l'l'l'f'f.Y rlwvr ux as iw fzvorkj
H'ill1 lzrr our lIlll'lI't'.Vf tasks iw XlltH't','
To lzrr tw' lnnlc for 1'4'11f1'-V lwlfv,
. lm! f114m' mn' future in lzrr mrv,
-f-. lurnn IJ,l'I'IlSff'ill
XYQ also wish to express our grati-
tude to Miss Mark lMrs. Fifej who
generously served us as adviser in
our freshman and suplimnme years,
:md to M r. AICCUIIC, who shared
with Miss Mciflimzms the respmisi-
To Miss Mcflimans who luis xxmlxul
untiringly in our behalf and has mm in
tcntly guided us through our junim md
senior years, the class of l939 xxlsliu to
express sincere apprecizitiim.
Mr. Karl M. Russell
To our superintendent, Mr. Russell, the class of 1939 expresses its thanks
for the invaluable assistance he has so willingly given to all our undertakings. It
is with deep regret that we part from one who has proved so sincere a friend and
so able a leader.
To Mr. Decker, our principal, to Mr. Newell, assistant prin-
cipal, and to Mr. Deane. dean of our school. the class of l939 wishes
to extend its most sincere gratitude for their kind and unfailing help
to the memlhers of this class. Each in his own Sphere. each in his
own way has helped us with the problems that have confrontecl us
from time to time.
Mr. Newell Mr. Deane
Mr. Arthur llannas a pleasant man who teaches us the fundamentals of
music-Y his ready Jokes have made him popular with his classes.
Miss Margaret McNeil-an amazing example of competence and etti-
cieney-fsuccessful producer of our annual Broadcast programs-she teaches the
"peek and peck" typists to TYVIC.
Mrs. XVhipkey-a delightful person who teaches business arithmetic and
business traininggwe are glad that matrimony did not take her from us and hope
that she will grace our school for years to come.
Miss Mar' Louise Brown-a newcomer amon us-Sher twinklin smile
v y 4 I . n n g
and lively sense of humor have brightened her junior high school science classes.
Mr. Harry N6'W'Cll-f63C'l1CF of biology and genial assistant principal who
daily tries to find a good excuse for .lohnny's unexcused absence so that Johnny
may escape the penalty due. l'lant lice?
Mr. Kenneth Wolfe-capable and popular coach of the jay-Vees- he
instills the principles of bookkeeping amid the laughter generated byx his wit and
Mrs. Frances Davis-an able substitute, who took Miss Fleming's place
during her leave of absence-we only wish it possible to have both these grand
people at the same time.
Miss VVynona Swift-presents the social life and customs of the ancient
Romans to her first and second year Latin classes as well as declensions and conju-
gaftions. "Fortuna bona ei."
tireat, jolly Mr. Treadwell who always enjoys a good joke, a fast basket-
ball game and his general science classes to such an extent that we feel that he and
Laughter walk our corridors together.
Mr. Clinton Perrine-and microscope 5 in his biology classes he teaches
the wonders of nature as revealed by the magic lens-able sponsor of the Hi-Y.
Miss Gertrude Minni h-an en a ring erson who divides her time among
Q S s P s
teaching Problems of Democracy, economics, and English. and guiding the desti-
nies of the Tri-Hi-Y and the sophomore class.
Miss Marjorie Runninger-capable and versatile4has the difficult task
of keeping the rising generations conversant with the checkerboard of modern geog-
raphy with its unpredictable moves.
Mr. Francis Siegel proves his versatility by teaching civics and coaching
the football team. All the boys on the team will acclaim his ability and dynamic
Miss Leona Grimshawh another newcomer-pleasant, competent-keeps
eighth graders informed of the headlines of the past and of how incidents long
since elapsed affect the present-no loafing here.
Miss Ruth Shorts-personable brunette-she patiently and skillfully clari-
fies the mysteries of areas triangular, rectangular, or circular for the eighth graders-
slle performs a difficult task well.
Miss Verna Goodwin--attractive and congenial-the seventh graders find
history an absorbing subject in the atmosphere she creates-her classroom is a
stronghold oi industry and diligence.
Miss Hazel Rankin-a charming person whose kindness cannot be cle-
scribed. Her memory will long be with all who come in contact with her in her
chemistry or physics classes or as adviser of the junior class.
Mr. Fred VV. Deane--lovingly called "Papa Deane" by the entire student
body--always ready to extend a helping hand wherever needed-instructor in
shop work and faculty manager of athletics.
Miss Elfreda Graham-a brilliant witty person who works diligently in her
capacity as English teacher and literary adviser of the Frankliniiv. We shall
long remember her mirth-provoking quips.
Mr. Theron Davis-capable pedagogue of mathematics who has built our
knowledge of tigures up to a high peak that we may better cope with college
algebra and calculus.
Mr. llai'i'y Sign-lf'fmlii'uctoi' of physical wlucatioii for lioys --milcl-maii-
:wrt-illiiitt'x:wtii1g' -wins tlic loyalty not only of his classcs iliut also of his lvaslcctlmall
M iss lam- t iray attractiw, llIllH'L'tllL'l1llblt', tliorouglily moclcrn has lirokcn
a i'a-cortl liy rt-maiiiiiig two ycars in thc "matrimonial liui'cau" tsliortliaml roomi
liiit tlia-rc art- i'timoi'sl "K illlllg' to lioxyl totlay T'
Miss M11I"ioI'iC Colt-f faccomplislu-rl Ilk'll'CSSf cxpt-rt mlramatic coach
trains tliv t'i't'slimvsii in tht- way itlicy slioultl go in tlit- usc of lCiiglisl1-- twrings tcars
Miss lflsa lQlllliL'lllDCl'LfL'l"' prcsiilcs ova-1' tlic clomain of tht- ctilinary art -
promotcs iiiatriiiioiiy lmy satisfying tlic clcmaiicls of critical males for accomplisliccl
Cooks aml we-ll-traim-illitmstt-ssc-sffun-loving.good IlZlll1lAt'tlf'lP0NVllIlQ'filll.
Miss lslatliryn Stn-lifi-L' fllllJl'Ullg1'lllll'L'll- patient L'HllllSl'llJI'f' tlic quality and
xarit-ty of tlit- iiroclucts of lici' art stuclciits giyc aclcquatc tcstimony of lll'l' aliil-
ity t'X1lt'I'l liotisclqt-cpm-1' and cook-Y-art atlvisci' for tlu' l:I'tlHA'fI.lIl'ft'.
Miss livangcliiit- Mcailu-art instructor in the -Iunior High Sclioolfaclt-pt
piippt-tt't'1': slit' knows liow to "pull tlic strings"-flici' lwaming' coiitciianct- ln'ig'litc11s
xx'li:ltcx't-1' Iilauc slim- gi':u't's with lici' pi'csc-iicc.
Miss l,yila -lane tRallmraitlifscvciitli grade liiiglishssclay by ilay. llic ac-
t'lIllllll1llCll clrill aml training' lay thc fouiiflation for latci' acliit-vt-niciil in lllllgllilglf
still-it-cts n'onsli'uctiyt- lialiits ciicouragcrl aml ilcyvlopcil.
Miss Mary XYilsonfffywszitilc, g'ooclfnatui'crl, fl'lL'llClly'fll'll5'SlCZll cclucation
iiisiriiutor for girls yollcy liall. liaslu-tliall, imisliliallg claiming, cxcrcisv routiiicsg
ilu-ory of lwaltli aiill liygim-iw: tlit-st' form tlit' llI'llYlllC0 ol licl' worli.
Miss X'ii'g'iiiia XX'1'ig'lit pctitcfiic-mls step-lamlclt-1' or stills iiiyolyuml iii
tlit- lt'1lt'lllIlQ of st-vt-iitli Q'i'atlc iiiatlwiiiaticsfliopcs to mliscoyvr a futurt- liinstcinfs
t-ii1liusi:1stic ti'ayL'lci' :mil callin-ra fail:sl1c"'g'i'imlsl1t'1'oxyli"1iioyics.
Miss Mailt-liiiv llalc sslic scws a lim' scam aiul tcaclu-s lic-1' pupils to tlo
lilwxxist- ailt-lit iii vxqiiisitt- iiccillt-woi'l+ -witty. gcnviwms-lu'a1'tccl. tricmlly, slic
ltii1rllvsi't':trly ix-spoiist' iii lliost- sllL't'llCH11lllCI'N.
Mr. Benjamin Klingensmith-genial and sports-loving-Acan be sccn at all
the gamesfa grand fellow and a capable teacher-makes mechanical drawing and
electric shop pleasant experiences.
Miss lilenor Bunnellgul'arlez-vous francais F"-if not, you will soon learn
the mysteries of French enunciation and the intricacies of French pronouns in the
stimulating atmosphere of Miss l3unnell's class.
Miss Frances Stone-inspires eighth graders with a love of reading and
weeds out their "aint's" and "he don'ts"-for pastime, teaches a speech class
and coaches the debaters.
Miss Evelyn Moyar-delightful teacher of Cicero, Virgil. and lfnglish
whose classes are a wholesome mixture of fun and hard work-she makes Latin
Miss Adda McBride-a wholly likeable and competent teacher who by
her lucid explanations and thorough drill in algebra lays an excellent foundation for
Mr. Richard Stocker-an able musician who by his untiring efforts and
ready encouragement has developed good bands, orchestras. and glee clulbs in a
remarkably short time.
Mr. XVilliam XVhite-affable and popular teacher of business subjects-he
directs the publication of the Broadcast and acts as treasurer for the music funds
of the school.
Miss Grace MclClimans-capable-persistent-interesting teacher who
makes world history! enjoyable and did a splendid job guiding the senior class
through its last two hectic years.
Mr. james Morgan-unassuming and competentf-a teacher who instructs
the boys in the mystery of wood working and teaches mechanical d1'awing. They
turn out some beautiful articles.
Miss Mayme Olirienfone whose pupils really learn the subject she
teacliesftranquil and kindly in surprising little ways?-fortunate are the many
who have come under her influence-their deference is a tribute to her.
Ilr. W. F. Hrelnn-interior decorator of the tonsils, chest listener-to-er.
who yearly gives each pupil the once over to see if johnny's wooden leg has
spronted leaves again.
Mrs. Frances Myers--soft-voiced, efficient attendance officer-when
johnny is absent she calls to see if his absence is due to physical illness or mental
Miss listhcr Brunner-stern hut likeable ruler of the library who seems to
know everyone's name, age, and disposition--can tell you all about any book on 'the
shelves and many that are not there.
Miss Marie Ofonnorha charming girl who quietly aids Mr. Russell
in superintending the schools and does the many secretarial tasks that ther position
Miss Fay Turner-efficient and genial school nurse who assists Dr. Brehm
and keeps the student health records up to date.
The Board of Education
XVe, the class of 1939, wish to extend our thanks to the Franklin Board of
Education for their unfailing generosity and xusdom 111 their long hours of labor
to make possible many advantages and pleasures during our vears in la ranklin High
Benjamin H. Pardoe, president
Carl B. Daniels, vice-president.
D. fC. Blanchard.
Charles H. Brown.
Carey XV. Peck.
Fred VV. Brow11.
s Helen Black, secretary.
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Farewell To F. I-I. S.
1:lI7't"IUt'll to f!ll'l', floor Franklin High:
ll grirzws us fo bid mlivzr.
.-Iml though thv -wars roll swiffl-v by,
lll' will always think of you.
Four years within your halls uw' spent
ll'1'th good friends lriva' and true,-
.-lnd nzany a frivmlslzip here lwgnn
ll'f"ll c'l1crislz a lifrlimcf through.
But now our goal has boon atfainva'
Ana' we look fo thc' fnturr' years,
May our trustworthy nzaxims of honor and courage
flllay our nzisgizings and fears.
Though "into ravlz life soma' rain must fall,"
As we shoulder our burden and sorrow.
ll'ifh hvads Proc! and facos uptnrnvd,
ll'0 will look for the rainbow tomorrow.
Hut wlzalofm' doorec of suvvess we afl1ie'z'f'.
Il'11alewr our rirhes or fame,
May we boar in mind our lzvrifage
.'lnd rvwrc' your honorfd name.
And so, though now flasses may come and go
Thore 71t"Ul'l' will be one finerg
.-Ind wo frusl Dame Fortzmzfs llmlllllllg smile'
Howers oz'vr cach "Tl1irfy-Ninvr."
John Florian Zalinski
cheerful, lpoupul-ar, ldepefndafble
Football ------ 2 3
Hd-Y ----- - 2 3
Prom 'Commiutee -
"Franeklinite" Staff - 3
Billie Marie Watkins
attralctilve, romantic, sincevre
Dramatic Clyulb -'-- 1
Broadcast Stlaff - - - 2
Orchestra ---- - 2
Banld - - - - - 1 2 3
-Max C. J. Bark
carefree, ddbon-ad-r, witty
Band ------- - 1 2' 3
Orchestra - - - 1 2 3
Hi-Y ---- - 2 3
Class President - -
Eleanor Lucille Wilson
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serene, co-mpetenx, amiable
Glee lcllllb ----- 1 2 3
TfriJHy-Y ------ 2
"Franlk1inite" IS+taff - 3
Broadcast rS'taff -
Bessie Auleen Adams
taciturn, patient, composed
Polk High .School - - - 1 2
Glenn Jay Adams
casual. roguisih, arrogant
Marjorie Christine Adams
Ramona Joy Baker
efficient, reserved. unassuming
Thomas Brian Beaulac
vociiferous, capable, musical
Prom Committee - - - 3
Hi-Y ---- 3 4
Gl-ee Club 3 4
Walter H. Beers
reticent, detached, practical musical, gay, complacent
Polk High lSohool - - - 1 2 3 Hi-Y ------- 3 4
Tl'ifHY-'Y -- - - 4 Glee Club - 4
William H. Adams Ralph Beggs
modest. nonohalant. congxen ial
Freshman Basketball -
Junior Varsity - - -
Varsity --+-- 3 4
Football - - 3
Eva Jean Bail
Harry L. Baker
slhy. hearty, faigr-eealble
taciturn, itenrperamentnl, athletic
Freslliman Basketball - - 1
Junior Varsity - - 2
Varsity ---- 3 4
Footiball - - - 2 3 4
Janet Marie Beighley
sincere, modest. elusive
Utica High School - - 1 2 3
Martha Jane Beightol
amiable, moody, earnest
Footlball ------ 3 4 Basketball ----- 1
Glee lClu'b 3
painstaking, voluble. tolerant
Sacred Heart High Sohool 1 2 3
appreciative, fair-minded, 'witty
Broadcast Staff - - - '23 4
Class Secretary - 3
Hi-Y ---- 3 4
Senfior Play - - 4
Paul Raymond Billig
aloof, incalculable, dreamy
Utica High School - - 1
Polk High School - 2 3
dreamy, romantic, dainty
'C-lass Basketball - - 1
Gleie Cluib - - 2 3
'Prill-Ii-Y - - 3 4
Delbate Club - 4
Helen Elizabeth Bohlender
casual, vague, aloof
Dramatic Club - - - 1 2
Glee Club - - - 1 2 3
Tri-'Hi-Y - - 3 4
French Club - 4
Gaylord W. Brooks
reticent, sensible, naive
Polk High Sclhool - - - 1 2 3
Glee Cluib - - - 4
Robert Lee Brooks.
aimlbitious, tolerant. conventional
Boys' Glee iC1'uIb - - - 1
Donal Edward Brown
arrogant, ale-rt, huxmorofus
Sugar Grove High School 1
Class 'Treasurer - - - 2
Class Pin Committee - 2
Orclliestra ---- 2
Louis Lloyd Brown
idhiangealble, dilatory, comipan-
Band ------- 1 '2 3 4
Footlball - 4
Marjorie Jane Chambers
petite, inrpish, uirpiredictable
Class Basketball - - 1 2 3 4
Band ----- - 2 3 4
"Franklinite" Staff - 3 4
Tri-'Hi-Y ---- 3 4
Russell E. Clinefelter
sociable. 1-aickawdaisical, idiffid-ent
'Claiss Basketball - - 1 2
Casting Club - - 2
Footlbiall - - - 2
Della Gertrude Colllins
practical, silent, reliafble
Freneh 'Club ---A 4
Harold E. Counselman
comipeitent, fmlld, -congenial
Band ------ 1 2, 3
wayward. lnquacious. animated
Art 'Clulh ----- 1 2
Richard Heasley Criswell
musical, scientific, unbane
Ban-d - ------ ll 2 3 4
Hl-Y - - - - 2 3
Delbate Team -
Senior Play - 4
Helen Louise Cummings
quiet, determined, tractarble
Polk High School - - 3
Shirley Dean Deets
artistic, poised, ingenious
Girls' Glee ICIuib - - - 2 3
Latin Cluih - - 3 4
Tri-Hi-Y - - - 3 4
Eugene Joseph Dickert
limplsh, juvenile, cajoling
Rocky Grove High School - - 1
Howard Edward Doutt
amtless, socialble, responsive
Polk 'High School - - 1 2 3
Geraldine Louise Downing
dignified, frank, poised
Glee 'Clufb ----- 2 3 4
T1-i.iHi-Y ---4- 3
"Frank1inite" Sta if - 3
Senior Play - - 4
Betty Jane Eckel
scamipiisih, casual, vivaciouis
Band ------- 1 213 4
Class 'Basketball - - - l 2 3 4
Cheerleader - - 2 3 4
Tri-Hi-Y - 3 4
Betty Jane Edy
playful, soothing, resolute
Class Basketball - - - 1
Dramatic lC'lub - 1 2
Prom Committee - 3
Tri-Hi-Y ---- 3 4
Margaret Tiel Eggbeer
tnanquil, accomplished. charming
Broadcast 'Staff - - - i2 3 4
Prom Coimimittee - 3
"Fralnk1lnite" Staff - 3 4
Senior iPlay - - - 4
Margaret Jane Elliott
gay, imiaaginativei, sparkling
Class Basketihall - - - 1 2 3 4
Glee 'Club - - - - 2 3 4
Tri-Hi-Y ---- 3 4
"Fnainklinii'te" Staff - 3 4
Norman Ely Fred Finch
'capable' iI1'CH1Cl1l2i'bl9, natural oibshreperous, happy-go-lucky,
Polk Hig1hrSC'h001 - - 1 2 3 likeable
Irene Evans James 'Clifford Ford
efliglrlafic, i'Il1'DGfl'U1I'ba'b16, illde- versatile, ich-ivalrous, ambitious
Den'd'em Banidi ------ 1 2 3 4
Glee lClulb ----- 1 Hli-Y .---- - 2 3 4
Prom Committee - 3
Debate Cluib - - 3 4
Miichaelena Frances Fedor Law,-ence Dayid Gent
Un'0'bU'USiVef earnest, wistful complacent, inldeipenidennathletlc
Hi-Y ------- '2 3 4
Baskvetlball - - - 2 3 4
Broadcast Staff - 3 4
Foloiiball - - - 3 4
Harry B- Feflerolf Michael J. German
reserved, intelligent, armbitious tempel-a,ment,a1' loqua ciousy in-
Latin ,Club ,,,, 2 3 4 'CalCllldbl8
EresihimanBasketb'all - 1
Football ----- 1 2 3 4
Junior Varsity - - 2 3
Floyd Finch Richard Wayne Ghering
loquaclious, Hiippant, mischievous
companionalble, mild, friendly
quiet, earnest. dependable
reserved, puzzling, amiaible
Glee iCluib --'-- 4
whimsical, varialble, affalble
Albert Salvadore Gracy
jovial, lll63'dStl'0ll'g, :animated
Band ------- 1 2 3 4
Clhleleurleald-er - - 2 3 4
Broadcast - 2 3 4
Latin Club - 1 2 3
Virginia Loulise Graham
amiable, 1'ese'rvv1ed, gay
Class .Basketball - - - 1 2 3 4
'l'1'i-Hi'Y ------ 3 4
Broadcast Staff - - 3 4
"Fi-ankliniten Staff 4
Marion A. Gresh
genltlemanly, tacituru, genuine
Jean Marie Gyder
Q brilliant, ldiligent, lplleasanlt
French Clulb ----
serene, unaffected. diligent
Cloclpelrsltolwii High School 1 2
Tlri-Hi-Y -'---- 4
Fl"SlllClh Club - - - 3 4
inldifferelit, lheedless, friendly
Dwight Marshall Handley
dignilfied. TlOIl1lH'll'tiC', complacent
Flootlball ------ 1 '2 3 4
Prom Colmmitte-e - - 3
William E. Harris
vague, ro-mautic. indolent
William Samuel Harter
iIl1lDiSll1, robus-t, largunientative
Baskletlball ----- 1 2
Fooltblall - - - - 1 2 3 4
Ralph Irwin Hasson
unassuming, shy, 'willing
Robert Wayne Hasson
imlpish, unprediictalble. devoted
3 Sacred Heaift High School 1 2 3 Dramatic ,Club , . , 1
Glee 'Clulb ----- 4 Band , - , - 2 3 4
4 Hi-Y - - - 3 4
Class Officer - 3
Gertrude Hawke Ernest R. Huff
petite, loqruaoious, jittery gavrrulous, unaslstuming, amiafble
Dramatic 'Club ---- 1 2 Oaklanvd High'Sc'hoo1- - 1 '2 3
Joan Heath Gene Herbert Huston
sociaible, verrsatile, athletic ooimbative, misclhievrolus,
Class Basketball - - - 1 Q 3 4 tmlbulem
Broadcast Staff - - - 2 3 4 S-barge fC'1'ew ---- 12 3 4
"Franiklinite" Staff - - 3 4 Broadcast Staff - - - 2
Tri1Hi-Y ---- 3 4 "Franklinite" Staff - 3 4
Cfa.sti1n1gfC1u!b - - - 2
Norman J. Heckathorn Eu ene G. Hyatt
lndeipend-ent, c0m'pla'isafnt,distanft calm, romantic, playful
Dravmatic'Clu4b - - - 17
Juniofr Varsity - - - 2
"Franklin-ite" Staff - 3 4
Hi-Y ----- - 2 3 4
Doris I. Henry James Arthur Jaillet
guileless, iaffable, genuine agreeable, 'mu5iC,a1, qpu,rp04S,e.fu1
Orchestra ----- 1 2' 3 4 Polk High wScl1o'o1 - - - 1 2 3
Tri-Hi-Y ---- - 3 4 Glee Club - - - 4
Broadcast Staff - 3 4
"Frank1inite"fStaff - 4
Richard A. Holmes Helena Jawdy
dependable, igentlemfauly, illdus' capalble, jolly, 'domestic
tmous D Dramatic 'Club - - - 1 2
Casting'C1u'b ---- 2 Glee 'Club - - 3
Latin Club - 4
John E. Hovis Marian Kathryn Kagler
nonchalant, taciturn, romantic attractive, iblithe, curious
Glee 'Club ----- 1
Dramatic 'Club ---- 2
'I'ni-ll-Ii-Y - - 3 4
Geraldine Alpha Karns
able, retiring, sedate
Coopers-town Highschool 1 2 3
Alvena lone Keas
studlous. wistful, aloof
Cooperstown High School 1 2 3
reticenlt, lpractlical, romantic
Footlbfall ----- 1 2 3 4
Htl-Y - - 2 3 4
Nlina Mae King
unassuming, comlposed. ltolerant
Dramatic Uluh ---- 1
Ruth Carolyn Kline
Dramatic Club - - 1
Glee 'Club - - - - 1 2
Class Basketball - - 1 2 3 4
Baml ----- - 3 4
Bernice Ann Koziara
lreticent. earnest. roguish
Pauline Anna Kush
" Kush ie"
temperamental, gay, impish
Richard Gates Lavery
witty. gay, attractive
Dramatic Clulb - - - 1 2
G1iee'Clulb - - 3 4
Sen-ior Play -
Elva Elizabeth Lawson
honest, intense. reserved
Dramatic -Clulb - - - 1 2
Basketball - - -
Florence Marie Lehman
dependable. colmpetent, unaslsulm
animated, irrepress-ible, egotis
Class Basketiball - - - 1
Banfd ---- - - 1 2 3
Drasmfaltic Club - - 1
Hi-Y ---- - 2 3
Jack Edward Lytle
logical, sincere, thougihnful
Oil 'City 'High School - -
Josephine Rosalee Manning
aloof, sincere, purposful
Ruth Imogene May
wistful, calpalble, intense
-Sacred Heart High Scihool 1 12 3
Frenoh lClu'b ----
Glee Club -----
Betty Jane Mays
Josephine Marie Meehan
animated, amusing, flippant
Sacred Heart School - 1 2 3
Glee Club ---- 4
fm-i-Hi-Y ----- 4
Richard E. Meehan
reserlv ed, artificiial, sensitive
Sacred Heart Higl1iSCh00l 1 2 3
original. rolbust. perilous
Gertrude Eleanor McClellan
reserved, sensitive, neat efficient. artistic, sincere
Glee Clulb ----- 1 2 3 Class Basketball - - - 1 2 3 4
Latin Club ---- - 3 4 Broadcast Staff - - - 3 4
"Franklinite" Staff - 3 4
Tri-Hi-Y ---- 3 4
William G. May Leo McKay
brilliant, unolbtrusive, sincere pensive, calm, dignified
"Franklinite"lSt4aff - - 3 4 C00uD6l'StOW1l High - - 1 2 3
Clhiairman of Ticket Com-
mittee for 'Senior Play
John Grover Maxwell
Frances Edwinia McKee
"rSlug" 1 "Mickey"
sensitive, lhumorous, dreiarny romantic. flippant. tempera-
Oavkland High School - 1 2 3 mental
Fooitlball ------ 4 Polk High rSicliool - - 1 2 3
Tri-Hi-Y ---- 4
Glee Club - - - 4
3 La Rena Jean McKelvey Josephine Lucille Mong
N npetien ..-ION
W unique, vivacious, loquacious earnest, methodical, amiable
Tri-Hi-Y ------ 3 4 Rocky Grove High - - 1 2 3
3 Latin Clulb - - 1 2 3 4 Latin Club - - - 4
1 Frenclh Club - - 3
1 Senior Play - 4
Lillian McKenzie Ralph C. Murrin
aloof, lcalpable, taciturn brilliant, original, humorous
Rocky Grove High School 1 2 Broadcast Staff - - - 1 2 3 4
Tiri-Hi-Y ------ 4 Junior Ring lC0mmittee - 3
'Senior Play 'Committee - 4
Margaret Lucille Middleton Gladys lrene Myers
stlufdfious, popular, versatile calm. poised, natural
Euclid vC1entral High - 1
Orohtetstma. ----- 2 3 4
Prom Clommittee - - 3 4
T-ri-Hi-Y ---- 3
Dorothy Miller Robert Eugene Neil
devoted. gay, frank diligent. ambitious, active
Oil iCity Higih ---- 1 2 Freshman Basketball - 1
Jamestown, N, Y. - - 3 Junior Varsity ---- 2
Tri-Hi-Y ---- 4 Orchestra ----- 2 3 4
Varsity - - 3 4
Metta Elizabeth Miller Edward Novak
elusive. tactful, poised mischievous, quiet, content
Glee ifilutb ----- 1 2 3 4
French Club - - 3 4
, 'lu-i-nm' - - 3 4
Senior lPlay - 4
A James George Monarch Dalton N. 0'Connor
tenacious. valiant, intent id-ressy, friendly, industrious
Dramatic -Club - - - 1 Freshman Basketball 4 1
Football ------ 3 4 Junior Varsity - - - 2
Robert Stewart O'NeiI
passive, quiet, obliging
Class Basketball - -
Helen L. O'Polka
icoqluettish, efficient, dignified
1 Dramatic lClulb ----
1 Prom 'Committee
'Glee Club - - -
atihletic, quick, natural satisfied, indlolen-t, almilaible
4Class Basketball - - 1 2 4
Dramatic 'Club - - - 4
Tri-Hi-Y - - - 2
Broadcast Staff - 4
James Patras Paul Arthur Phillips
fp-wficient. +a'mi11'S-in-g. artistic romantic. roguisli, imaginative
Basketball lM3.llag'9l' - -
George A. T. Patrick
4 Class Basketball - -
Frances Elizabeth Plumer
unexcitable, athletic, earnest fclhic, Soipliisticated, radiant
Football ------ 1 2 3 4 Glee Club ----- 2 3 4
Track - - - 2 Debate Club -
Ti'i4Hi-Y - - 3 4
Senior Play -
Ellen Elizabeth Perry Norman Porter
attractive. gay, FOII1a11tic slow, unassuming, tractasble
T-ri-Hi-Y ------ 4
Dramatic Clulb - - 2
Freu-ch 'Club - 4
Basketlball - 4
Lillian Alberta Perry William Edmond Purvis, III
sensible, sincere, dignified versatile, imtelligent, congenial
Polk 'High S-chool - - 1 2 3 Band ------- 2 3
Broadcast Staff - 2
Hi-Y ---- 3
Latin Club - -
Frances Mildred Reagle H. Dean Sechler
shy, attentive, jolly efficient, since-re. aloof
, W Orchestra ----- 1 2
Polk High S-cllool - 1 2 3 Band --hh - - - 1 2 3 4
Jeanette R. Rial Lorin D. Service
merry. sentimental, petite keen, thoughtful, wlellgbl-ed
Rocky Grove High - - 1 Utica High School - - 1 2 2
Glee 'Clulh ----- 2
Leona Rice Ward Clark Sibley
gay, tGmD9I'HIlleI1l2ll, fli'DD3-lit dignified, c-alpaible, unassuming
Latin Club - 1 - - - 3 4
Glee Climb 3 4
T1'l'Hi-Y - 4
Dorothy L. Riddle Frances Helen Sitkoski
frivolous. frank. amiable diffident, sensitive, pra-ctical
Ol'c-hestlra ----- 1 2 3 4
Calldy Committee - - 3
Trl-Hi-Y ---- 3 4
George Lewis Sandieson Laura Belle Smith
uncornmunicative,' composed, re- gentle, delpglldable, serene
Sponswe Card-oza High School
Hi-Y ---- 4 Washington, D. C. - - 1 2
Jack 'Clifford Sanford Helen Virginia Sougae
al1FIl1l'a'T'- Calm. insatiable amialble, olrilginlal, effilcielnft
Freshman Basketball - 1 Class Basketball - - - 1 '2 3 4
Junior Varsity - - 2 3 D,-amiallc Club - . -
Varsity ----- 4 'maui-Y - - - 3 4
Glee Clulb -
Richard Donald Stanton
Harold R. Swyers
loquacious, animated, impislh nonohalant, imipish, casual
Dramatic Club ---- 1 Dramatic Cluib - - - - 1
Senior Play ---- 4 Freshman Basketball - 1
Junior Varsity ---- 2
Glee 'Club ---- 2 3 4
Samuel St. Cla-ir Robert H. Swyers
conscientious, moody, pensive mirsohievousyprould, diverting
Class Baskletball - - - 1 2 Class Basketball - - - 1 2
Football - - - 3 4 Band ---- - - 1 2,3 4
Orchestra - - 2 4
Hi-Y - 4
Donald Wayne Steele Geraldine Louise Tlbbens
dfexterous, magnetic, casual sincere, capable, lblithe
Glee 'Club - - - - - Band ----- - - 1 2 3 4
Mixed Clhorus - - Class Basketball - - - 1 2 3 4
Band - - - - 1 2 3 Prom Committee - - 3
Orchestra - Tri-Hi-Y
Grace Steinecker Jack S. Turner
D0etiC. II1'eI'1'y, abstracted sensitive, fscampish, whole-
Class Basketball - - - 1
Arleen Esther Stevens
detached, voluble, reasonable
serious, reserved, congenial
Dramatic Clulb - - - 1
Glee 'Club ----- 2
Trainer, Football and
Basketball - - - 3 4
Dorothy Mae Umbreit
reserved, detached, 'painstaking
Rocky Grove High School 1
Frances A. Vendetti
practical, loquacious, curious
Dramatic Club ---- 1 2
Adrian C. Walton
mild, fdeitacihed, casual
George M. Watkins
asipi-rinig, inept, imipet-nous
Chalmer George Wayland
naive, gay, iuudiscrimiuating
Cbclhrauvton High Sicihoiol 1 2
Tri-1H+i-Y ------ 4
Elda Mae White
idhairminlg, diligent, cvonscieintioius
Polk High iSc'hool - - - '1 2 3
Homer B. Widel
slh y, iincalculialble, uncritical
Jeanne Louise Williams
talented, agreeable. prim
Orcihestra ----- 1 2 3 4
Dramiatic Club - - - 1 2
Sitring Quartet 3 4
sentimental, commpliant, srteady
Assistant Footlbiall lMi3l1-
'age-1' ------ 3
Assistant Basketlball Man-
ager ------ 3
Mary Margaret Wood
gentle, refined, pensive
Band ---- ---1234
French Club ' - 4
Merle Darwin Wri ht
con siderate, joicos-e, tolerant
romantic, -dependent, studious
Sacred 'Heart 'High School 1 2 3
Lucille Carole Young
neat, imaygii-native, natural
sincere, capable, honest
Daniel Francis Spellman
Junior Vansity - -
Footlball ------ '2 3 4
Varsity Basketball -
aspiring, naive, -mischievous
Clyde Clifton Wood
turbulent, amialble, attentive
Polk High School - - 1'2
Time has run the course of another scholastic year and graduation days
have come and passed with the swiftness of shifting sands. Graduation-a word
of repititious meaning: diplomas for the seniors, thrills for the proud parents,
:md memories for everyone.
In retrospect, we see in the fall of 1935 a group of timid children gravely
assuming the weighty role of high school students, under the title of freshmen.
Under the kind supervision of Mr. Deane, the class organized and chose Miss
Mark as class counselor with class officers as follows: president, Billie Marie
XVatkinsg vice-president, Max Barkg treasurer, Betty Edyg secretary, Dick Reamer.
Red ffor loyaltyj and whitet for purityj were chosen as the colors to represent
this class during the four following years. Our first business venture was a candy
sale. All of the confectioners of the class dutifully contributed the fruit of their
labors to this enterprise, which the rest of the school generously supported.
As sophomores, the class under the leadership of Miss Mark with Billie
Marie W'atkins, president, Max Bark, vice-president, Donal Brown, treasurer.
Betty Edy, secretary, entered the school activities with zest. They sponsored
a skating party as well as two candy sales. They also devised the plan of selling
school pins and the whole school was seen blossoming out with emblems of their
alma mater. The Sophomore Dramatic Club amused and delighted the student
body with their clever performance of "The Pampered Darling" in assembly.
The following year, having been promoted to the rank of juniors, the
class was organized with Max Bark as president, Bob Hasson, vice-president,
Aaron Bernstein, secretary, and Lucille XVilson, treasurer. Because Miss Mark
forsook the supervision of our activities to supervise her new home, we were forced
to secure il new' class adviser. Fortunately we obtained two counselors, Miss
lX'lcClimans and Mr. McCune.
Our junior year proved to be a most prosperous year for our class. In the
fnll of 1937 a ring committee was chosen and soon afterwards the juniors could be
seen proudly wearing their class rings.
All the girls of the class loyally turned out for the football games and sold
their wares and candy to the unprotesting spectators. The basketball fans of '37-
'38 will also remember these same girls as expert candy sales-women. The juniors
were proud of the members of the class who made high scores both on the floor
and on the held.
Selling Christmas cards is an old story, but the juniors put an entirely diFfer-
ent light on the subject when, with determination in their eyes, they began knocking
on doors all the way from First to Sixteenth Streets, and by their high sales record
proved that perseverance surmounts all difficulties.
For days the members of the class 'begged from all their friends, acquain-
tances, and enemies such clothing or other articles as they wished to discard-and
so eloquent were some of the "beggars, that they wheedled scarce-used possessions
from their victims. The result was a highly successful rummage sale.
Hilarity reigned supreme at a skating party at Sugarcreek where spills,
chills, and thrills vied with each other for dominance.
To the great disappointment of the Juniors, the Junior-Senior 'banquet was
discontinued because of the difficulties attendant upon accommodating so large a
group. The wisd-om of the decision was easily apparent and was readily accepted
bythe class. On june 10, the Juniors made their farewell gesture to the Seniors
through the Prom at Stoneboro. Beaming countenances and happy smiles attested
the gayety and pleasure of those present.
In assuming the role of Seniors, the class elected jack Zalinski, presidentg
Max Bark, vice-presidentg Billie Marie Watkins, secretaryg and Lucille Wilson,
treasurer. Miss McClimans was compelled to assume the responsibilities of guid-
ance alone since Mr. McCune had been released on leave of absence. For a class
existing under such variable conditions as those caused by the several changes in ad-
visers, this group has achieved reemarkalble success in its financial status. A When
the tidy little sum in the class treasury was announced at a meeting held near the
beginning of the year, expressions of awe and pride were seen among the class
members, and it was then that we realized how much we owed to our advisers and
those members of the group whose untiring efforts had made this possible.
Try-outs and practice for the senior play arrived Wirth the winter season.
The play presented this year was a mystery, "The Scarecrow Creeps," well supplied
with comedy and action. Miss Marjorie Cole, who directed this humorous drama,
merits special thanks and commendation for her excellent supervision.
At a business meeting, the class voted a gift from the Seniors in the form
of a donation to be bestowed on the F ranklinite Staff for the purpose of producing
a "bigger and better" year book. Through the persistent efforts of the staff, this
aspiration was realized.
As the days began to 'lengthen and we read the school calendar for June, we
realized how short was the time we had toispend at this school where we have
toiled, sorrowed, and rejoiced for four unforgettable years. 'Our final week of tri-
umph was set for the period from june 4 to june 9. These days have passed all too
At last we are liberated from high school worries, but our freedom seems
a burden rather than a pleasure. We can only hope that in the future Franklin High
School may be proud to claim us, as each in his own fashion strives for success.
blond cheerleader . . . Albert
Gracy--another director of
the rah ! rah l . . . Ralph Mur-
rin---scholarly editor of the
Broadcast. . . Jim Monarch
-sports loving co-captain of
football. . . Jack Zaliuski-
popular president of ithe Hi-
Y. . . Helen Peterson-live
ly brunette president of
Tri-Hi-Y. . . Ralph Beggs-
attractive co-captain of the
1938 football team. . . Our
ideal girlg Lucille NVilson
--editor of this Franklinilff.
ANNIVERSARY NUMBER I AFTER TWENTY YEARS E
Franklin High School, Franklin, Pa., June 9,1959
PLANE CRASHES ON MOUNTAIN
Co-pilot Successfully Lands Plane
After Pilot Jumps
rWeeping Willow, W. C., June 9.-A
tragic accident and lhercic rescue oc-
curred th'is morning at 3 a. m.
'The large Douglas plane, Q-Z '7, had
left Bachelor Center at 8:3'9 p. m. and
wais on its way to tlhe Field of Matri-
In its flight over lSizz1ing Mountain.
i-ce .suddenly .formed on the wings
'because -off therapid change in temlpera-
A strut on the -wing cracked, and the
pilot, William lHarrls, ventured out for
repairs. Seeing that the plane was
going to craslh, he jumped.
lSaim St. ,Clair then took over as pilot.
and steered the large ship to eartih.
Although the landing was the best ipos-
sible under Uhe circulmstances, the plane
"Uh-e stewardess, Helen 0'Polka.
helped drag lout the passengers:
Ernest -Huff and his prospective fbridie,
Miss Marjorie Aidaimsg lMisis A-dialine
Grove, head of the Information Bureau
at wMuvnplhy's, Ho-mer Widiel, -marine fbi-
ologist, lMiss Betty Wygant, social
worker, lGa'ylo-rd 'Broo-ks, optometrist,
James Monarch of tihe diplomatic -ser-
vice, lHarold Counislelman, farmed news-
paper -cameraman, .anld lHelen Cum-
mings, matron at Ziegfel-d's 'Private
lMedical and surgical tirea-tmefnt was
adrministered lby Dr. William Purvis to
some of the lpassengers iwlho were ser-
iously injured and .suffered from lbroken
bones, cuts, gashezs, and shock.
All 'highways to the scene of the
accident were immediately jammed.
Captain Jack Sanford of the State Po-
lice Barrackis at Apple Blossom, .ar-
rived promptly and took charge of the
SECRETARY OF LABOR WILSON
Strikers and Employers Compromise
Washington, D. C., June 10- Miss
Lucille 'Wilson, Secretary of Labor,
today negotiated a settlement in the
long-standing quarrel betiween the
United W-oiol Gatiherers' Asfsfociat.ion
and their employers. The workmen
under the leadership of the well-kmown
chamvpiion of la-bor, William Harter,
were holding out for longer hours and
less pay. Their arguments were that
they had too many leisure hours to
listen to the complaints of their vwives
anid that tihe wives lhad too much money
to spend. The capitalist interests
represented lby lM'iss Joan Heath, 'presi-
dent oflSihoddy Wooll, Inc., compromised
by granltinig less wpay. 'The working
hours remain the same.
MATINEE IDOL HASSON CAUSES
RIOT IN TIDIOUTE
Adlmirers 'M ob Star
Arriving in this section for a ipersonal
appearance tour, -Robert Hasson was
virtually mobfbed' by feminine admir-
ers when lhe climlbeid from his 'plane
here today. In the crowd :were lMis.s
Della Collins, manager of the -Pet Shop,
Miss Gladfys Myers of the Noo4Modie
Shop, and lMi-ss iRoselm1ary Bennett,
city trea.surer, alll former classmates
of Mr. Hasson. lMayor Ward .Silbley
gave ihim the keys of wtfhe city ,and
escorted him to ilftestless Inn wihefre the
proprietor, Deane iSechler, accorded
him every att-ention.
KMIEIETIING OF THE BIG 'BAlD WOLVEVS
TONIGHT AT EIGHT OIOIJOIGK 'IN
"UI-IIE W. O. O. F. HALL.
Senator .Max Bark. C., today chal-
lenged the aippointme-nt of Lewis 'San-
dieson as 'head of the Utilities 'Com-
mission on the grounds of political im-
SCREEN STAR VISITS
Home Town Boy Makes Good in City
IFx-anklin, Pa,, June '9.4The first
ranking 'box-office star of stialge and
screen, Ralph Beggs, formerly of
Franklin, returned home to visit rela-
'The Franklin High School Band fun-
der the 'direction of iDick lCfrisweIl
greeted the star as his tiraim 'pulled dn
at the Pennsylvania Station. IM-any
former memlbe-rs of his graduating class
who are still .ln F1-anlklin personally
welcomed him, an-d th-en 'held a dinner
in his honor at the Tea Baill, of which
Rutih lMay is owner.
Robert -Brooks acted as toastamas-
ter, an-d introdlu-ced Burgess William
May lwho extended Uhe gireetinigs of the
city. The honored .guest gracefully
responded. 'Other speakers iinlclu-ded
Richard lMeehian, 'local astrologist,
Dwight MlcAlevy, president of tlhe Pen-
ny Savings and 'I'ru.s't Company, and
Bolb O'Neil, 'manager of Insipid! 'Thea-
lMJr. 'Begvgs when lin higfh school was
a. ,prominent baskietlball lanid footib-alll
Registration for the 19519 school year
has lbeen completed with i2,2il5 pupils
enrolled. 'Of these 1,'0i0'1 are registered
in the Junior-Senior High School. The
roster contains Uh-e names of many
-children of tihe members of the class of
1'913l9. New courses added to the cur-
riculum include one in beauty culture
and one in aeronautics.
Franklin High School, Franklin, Pa., June 9,1959
THE WORLD OF SPORTS F"'A"2"EWS
Edited by Bill Adams FEATHER MERCHANT
ROMPERS WIN oven + 1-E
HORNS IN CLOSE SCORE
San Francisco, Calif. Big Rock News
The Blue Romlpers all sta-r team of
the ll-louse oi' Davld, coached lby :Larry
Gent, :won last nite from the Pink
Polka Dot ll-Iorns, by a close score, on
tfhe Infirmary floor.
The hero of the evening proved to
lbe Bill 1Peterson wlho tripped over his
shadow wlhlle trying to avoid lifting his
feet. He sustained severe injuries of
the solar plexus and it ts feared the
over-exertion of the iplay may resfult
From fthe outset an old-time feud
'bebween Wolozyn 'and lS'pellman
threatened tio disrupt the game but
Referee Wood maintained a firm hand
and :prevented their animosity from
spoiling the game. Watkins at for
ward was 'held to a low score by Novak
wlhlle rOlConnlor easily eva-ded the list-
less guarding of Phillips. lPorter and
Adams -were unaible to add to tlhe score
of their team but tlheir losses w-ere
more than offset lby lHovls 'who lplayed
a hang-wp game for his opponents.
D. ,Spellllmain-F. ........ ,........ . ...... + '3.0
G. lwiatklns-F. ..... ....... + .5
N. Porter-QC. ...... .... - 1.0
P. 'Phflllllips-G. ...... ....... + .75
G. Adams-G. ...... ....... - 2.
'Total ................................ .............. . ..+1.25
Plnk Polka Dot Horns
J. Hovls-F. .................................... -67.2
D. 0lConnor-F. ..... ............. + 10.0
B.Pete'rson-fC. ....... . ....... + .7
E. Nova.kAG. ........ ........ + 3.5
J. Wolozyn-G. .......... .... ..... - . 4
'Total .............................................. -62.4
Referee: 'Clyde Wood.
Scorer: Norman Ely.
PATRICK VS. WILLIAMS
New York, N. Y.-The flgfht of the
year wlll be fought tonite in Madison
Circle Garden, between George Patrick,
famous 'thrown comet" of'Franklin, Pa..
and Wlllile "lMercuiry" lWll'llams, also of
'Because of the weather 'the bout is
ache-duled for 'three rounds. 'Tune in
LION TAMER ILL
Jack lbyitle, famouls lion tamer, is suf-
fering from a severe nervous 'breakdown
caused lby trlght trom a blaJck cat. He
is lbveflng attended by his rplhyslclan, the
well-known Dr. Lorin Senvice.
FAMOUS EXPLORER RETURNS
New York. N. Y.-Joseph Licastro,
famous explorer an-d hunter, arrived at
the Branzonia Pier, today, lbringvinlg
with Lhim this strange pet, the one and
only Zaimlba Lomey Thellaim Flonganea.
In an interview Mfr. Llcastro told
the -curious by-standers that his :pet
lives only with rodents, especially
rats, and eats only clhoicest foods-
'haimlbungers and onionst '
To meet -him at the pier was his
wllfe, Fragnfces lMciKee, famous Metro-
politan Opera stair.
Gene Huston, lm-odern Ilzaak Walton,
returned today Brom a. two iweeks' tisih
ing trip in Canada, Iprouidly displaying
a three pound "rm-uskle." Others ln the
party 'lJllCIl1d6'd' Dick Gherlng, Richard
Holmes and Mike Guzma.
Albert Gracy, champion wrestler oi
Sunfken Valley, ,meets 'Mikie German of
Little Faime, tonight in what Qpromises
to 'be tlhe least exciting mat-ch of .the
season. 'To date, thfree tickets have
been sold .
Help wanted: Gilrl experienced as sec-
ond parlor maid. lMuset be alble to speak
French, :bait fislhlhooks, and .play lChi-
nese checkers fnot too welll. lCall
Betty lBolhlender, IR. IM.
Wanted: 'Competent tylpist to prepamc
manuscript for press. Address lMairior
Gres-h, editor "Houseica're .Magazine,"
Wanted: Competent tylplst wishes :part-
tlme work. Manuscripts for press a spec-
ialty. Add-revss Doris Henry, Box 3101.
Wanted: IC1ong'en'ial traveling compan-
ion. Must lbe attractive, good-natured
generous, patient, able to "fix flats"
and adjust engine troulble. Add.ress
Jean Gyder, Box 41016.
For Sale: 'One lbox thum'bta'cks, souive-
nir of l1l9v3I9. Inqulfre, 'Lloyd Brown.
For vSale: One copy "Stale Wisecraicksn
by James Lichtenberger, Call 708-X.
For lSlale: One "Virgil" pony, slightly
used. lSe-e Harry Fetterolf.
Lost: One copy Wild West Thrillers.
Finder, return to Norman tHe-ckathorne.
In an exclusive interview, Mr. How-
ard Doutt, president of Gloose Feathers,
Inc., :predicted the .return of prosrperi-ty
wiithin the next ten years. 'His optimism
is Ibased on statistics prepared lby the
financial uwizard, Paul Blillig.
KARNS KANDY KOLMPANY
'Miss Geraldine Kalrns, president of
the Kainns Kan-dy Komlpany, today an-
nounced a dividend of 3.00001 on each
S.2l5 share of common stock of the
oomrpany. Despite the curren-t 'reces-
sion, the company lhas lbeen making
iMr. Leo McKay, -cashfler of the Little
Trust iC'ompamy, 'has 'perfected -a ne-w
lockvless vault. 'The invention -is said
to 'be a lboon to lburrglars.
lMrr. 'McKay explains that tlhe safe
operates by a 'photographic device so
that when anyone approaches, the door
automatically opens. As the door opens,
each drawer or comlpartment also ls
released, gilving the intruders easy ac-
cess to the contents of the strong box.
FRANKLIN READ SPATS vs. OIL CITY
The ibaseball season -will open tomor-
row wlth the Red lS'pats spattlnig away
at the Yellow Snakes at ICfircus Grounds
in Sleeipy Hollow 'Park.
Although the .Snakes are faivored to
win because of their .s-uiper-swatter,
Bolb Neil, 'who has the lbiggest 'bill for
breaking the windows of Aunt Minnle's
pent house, the lSnpats will not lbe 'kept
in tlheir lboxes entirely. For pitdher
they wlll have Harry Baker, a new-
comer, who, although meek, has ac-
quired a -good arm for 'pitching things.
When asked -his clplnion on tomor-
row's game, Hyatt, coach of the Red
Sfpats said, "Although many of our run-
ners are crippled 'by -rheurmatlsm, we
still 'have hopes that we shall be alble
to draig them from lbase to lbas-e."
Hatter, manager of the Yellow
Snakes, said, "'We are sure to win.
There is no dofu-bt aibout it aafter our
strenuous tnaininlg all winter at Roast
UEditorlal Comment: lWe shall 'have
to fwait and see which team 'will take
the victory but whoever wins, let it
be salid that lboth tearms .have their
moments and both have seefn better
Franklin High School, Franklin, Pa., June 9,1959
Miss Petie McKelvey, Editor
fMfr. -Donal E. Blroiwn and wife,
lnee 'Betty Elckelsl celebrated their
twentieth wedding anniversary last
Their palatial residence at 'Mud Ave-
nue and Deadrmen's Lurch was re-
splendent with multi-colored lights il-
luminating t'he great Elliott 'Fountain in
the formal garden, land beams of light
scanning the .grounds provided miuch
laughter at the expense of unsuspect-
The great tables, laden with delicious
viands resembled the splendor of 2
Sultan and the sum-ptuousness of tlhe
'feast brought many exclarmations of
delight 'from the appreciative guests.
-Among those present were the cele-
brated Rev. Dwight Handley and his
wife. ,formerly YBifllie lMarie Watki11.sg
Dr. lVilliam Keisling, famous veterinar-
ian: Richard Lavery, -the coal magnate,
and his fwife, the fo-rm-er 'Beverly Blair,
on-ce renowned model for Penney'sg
Don Steele, oil multifmilllon-aire, and
Mrs. :Steele Knee Marjorie Weiss.J
During the -eve-ning, Brian Beaulac
presented a fdelilghtful iprogravm of or-
Bridge :Club Meets.
'Miss Isalbelle -Cris-man entertained
the memlbers of the 'Talkalot 'Clulb in
her 'home last evening. P-rizes 'were
awarded to lMisses Leona Rice and Eva
Jean Bail. 'The hostess served a low-
Local Club Reorgan ized.
At the annual meeting of the 'Lazy
Dazy Housewives' Clulb, the following
officers were elected: Betty Efdy, presi-
'dentg Minnie Eedor, v.i-cie-president:
Nina King, secretaryg and lRamo-na
Balker, treasurer. Follo-wling the lbnsi-
ness meeting, Beth lPlu1mer, lwell-knofwn
textile exfpert, delivered an 'inspiring
address on the judging and purchase
Dancing Classes Present Program.
'Dhe dlanoilng pupils of -Mlisses 'Triel
Egigtbeer and Marian Kagler .gave a very
delightful program for the 'pleasure of
their parents last evening. A feature of
the :performance was the revival of the
Lafmlbet-h 'Walk and the Suzi-e-Q.
Frances Vendletti and Bernice Ko-
riaira of the lScorc'hy 'Curie-r Beauty
Shop and Jeanette Rial of :the Fairfafce
Beauty :Salon .returned today from -the
Cleveland lBeaiuty Clinic where they
witnessed a demonstration of -the new
painless fface-lifting process -presented
by rElv-a -Lawson, plastic surgery ex-
- 'Gene .Hyatt 'has gone to take the
rest 'cure at the lSeldom Active Res-ort
lMi-ss Virginia Graiham has gone to
'South America to .meet fher ufiance, a
lM'iss Helen 1Sousae, instructor in
physical ed-u-cation -at Uniontown .High
School, has resumed the-r du-ties after
a ubvri-ef illness.
Miss Dorothy Umlbreit, librarian at
Reno, 'has returned from spending -her
vacation at Kamp Karefree.
James Jaillet, local lbairitone, has
gone to 'OH Key for treafoment of his
:Misses Bessie Adams and Elda Mae
White have returned from a !South
Polar expedition in search of the Lost
Raymond lHamm-erlee has go-ne to
Camp -Idle on Loafers Lake, to spend
the summer. He was a-c-com-panied by
Russell lC1linefe2lter -and Adlrian Wal-
bon. The lparty expects to spend a -busy
summer -catching mlin-nows.
lMiss Geraldine -Do-wning, literary
editor of Applesauce, is home from New
Candlewick lfor a m-onth's vacation,
Herr depaxrtfment of the magazine re-
cently won the national ia-wamd for
the least valualble -contrilbution to :mod-
!Miss Mary Wood, instructor in home
economics in Exlcella College, is home
for a few days.
lM'isses Allfletta Gilliland and Gertrude
Hawlke have fgone to Lake Turmoil to
enjoy the sufmmer sports. Miss Gilli-
land is giving an exhilbition of fancy
diving while 'Miss Hawke is demon-
strating the latest methods of resuscia-
Ralph 1Mufrrin, editor of Daily Gossip
at Asparagus Root, has returned from
Vassar where he was awarded .tfhe de-
gree of Litt. D. for his outstanding
achievements in jfouennalism.
lMisses wHelena Jafwdy and Betty
Mayls, representatives -of the No-Ku-re
Hospital, are attending the annual con-
vention of nurses -at Remote 'Cross-
OLD TIEME SKATING PARTY HELD
Tlhe class of 1939 of Franklin High
School continued its anniversary cele-
lbration of its commencement fweek by
holding an old-fashioned skating party
at Ruff'-n'Tumlble FSkating Rink on
'Wednesday evening from 16:30 to 8:30.
"Uh-e old time zest and agility were
somewhat slackened by inlcreasinlg
years but the .recollection of similar
events of earlier times generated muclh
lalrglhter and served as topics of con-
versation for themajority of the- merry-
mlak-ers. Suffering from 'bruised eye-
.brows and fractured to-e nails, most of
the skaters were glad to take refuge
in any excuse for inactivity, while vis-
ions of stiff joints and sore 'muscles
clouded many a brow.
lHowever, the informality of the
occasion Qhelped to -overcome the re-
straint which marked the dance :held
'lluesday evening and to renew old
friendships 'broken Iby divergent ln-
terests and geographical separation.
Anniversary Dance Held.
On Tuesday evening Uhe members of
the Class of 1-9139 comme-m.orated their
twentieth anniversary 'by a -formal 'din-
ner dance held in the Pink Owl 'Clulh
of Franklin. The music was turnished
by Lawrence 1Welk and his orchestra,
-the old time favorite who played for
-the Junior lProm of the class of '3l9.
'The decorations were
ried out in the class
The receiving 'line
lMr. John Zalinski, the
of the class. l0thers
line included the ot'her class officers,
Mrs. Dwlglht Handley, lMiss Lucille
Wilson, and Mr. wMax Bark an-d 'the
class adviser, lMiss Grace Mc'Cl1imans.
lcolors, re-d and
rwas headed diy
on the receiving
'llhe majority of the class was present
and everyone had an enjoyable time.
NEW HOKUNM 'STOCKS
A. B. C. 'Company 8: Sons ........ 10.1
Allied Skating .Rinks .................. 2.1
American 'Svtreet .Sweepers ........ 104.6
Bakeless llflryinig 'Pans ................ 11.1.0
Billla.-rd Balls . ......................... ..... 2 4.12
Continental 'Can Openers ..... .. 3:7
Dopey .Avlat-ion ...................... ..... 4 .B
Electrilc 'Ear-lMuffs ............. ..... 4 2416.0
Fee fFi Foo, Inc. ....... .. .10
National 'Bankless ...... .. -3.21
Roly1Poly Wheels ..... .. 1.213
Rough Riders ........ ..... 8 .4
Six Minute Bells ....... ..... 2 3.8
Soft lShoul-ders ......................... .. 6.3
Split Slate Roofs ........................ 8.10
Tollie-s 85 1Sollles fCellar Doors .... 49.1
Tulip 'Bulbs ..................................... 2.0!
United Garbage 'Collectors .......... 116.9
Franklin High School, Franklin, Pa., June 9,
EVENING-'S RADIO SCHEDULE
6:30-7:00 Uncle Dick IStantonJ on
the Chilld.ren's Hour.
7: 30+8f'00' Jeanne Williams - Violin
8:00-8:30 Aaron Bernstein, noted
comedian with his famous dummy.
8:'310-9:0I0t iAunt lSarah's Question
Bee conducted lby Janet Beighley.
9:i0v0'-10:00 Jalmes Ford - guest
speaker on the Hick Meeting of the
102010-'10f3'0' iWalter Beers and thi'
All 'G'l1rl 'Hill-Billy Orfchestraz Dorothy
Riddle, violinistg Ruth Kline, bariton
lst: Margaret Middleton, pianist: Ellen
Perry, singer: 'Geraldine Tilbbens, saxo
phonllstg Erances lReagl-e, jug blower'
M-artha Belgihtol, 'singing saw.
1'0:3I0+1'1:0l0 Fireside chat on "How
to Enjoy the Dofughnut Hole," iby the
President of the Duntker's Society, Jacl-
'11:'00--12:00 Added tfeaiture-B-oft
Swyers and his swing orchestra lbtroad-
casting :from the lCotton Clulb in Sing
Sing where they have a life-time cor
'Sucicesisor to Adrian
for exclusive clientele
NIOISIE .DIVE SIKATING RINK
Floor show featuring pokelrsbacked
MARJ ORIE ICIHAMIBEIRS
GLENN GI LLILAND. Prop
"Stay it with flowers"
Flowers for all occasions
SCREWY REPAIR SHOP
All 'work done at the
leisure of the proprietors.
M. WRIGHT--C. WAYLAND
WILLOW 'BEIND INN
Delicious f00d-lS0lllIl6I'll .style
Under management of
LAURA SMITH 85 LUCILLE YOUNG
The famous Finch triplets, Floyd.
Francis, and Fred, once students orf
Firanklin High School, are now appear-
ing at the Solo Opera House. As the
Three Nut Brothers. Ches, 'Wal, and
Hickory, they are giving a grand slam
performance, bringing a packed house
Prof. John Max-well of Dolittle Col-
lege will lect-ure tomorroiw 'evening in
the Club Room of the library to the
members of the Sulb-Deb Society. His
topic will ibe: "How tio flash that twin-
Qulick-Change Artist Coming
iMiss Josep-hine Meehan, celebrated
quick- change artist, will arrive att the
Ritz 'Tfhea-tre Monday for a vweekls en-
gagement. Her 'performance twill be
a modernized version of "Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs."
THE LOUSY PRINTING SHOP
Work done while you 'wait-
SCRATCIHY DOG PCILUB
"Leave your pets with us"
Board by the da.y 0-r -week.
DOROTHY lM'ILLE'R-H OSTIEIS S
DYSIPIEIPIS IIA DELIC AT EISSEN
We specializ-e in
iPlum puddings, mince pies.
apple idutmplings aand spaghetti.
ART AND GIFT SHOP
Free art lesson with eaeh purchase
BACKWOODS TRAVEL BUREAU
excursions to all parts of the eo-unty
MISS DEETS ADDRESSES CLUB
Miiss Shirley Deets, noted authority
on economics, today addressed the
members of the Daughters of .the Ameri-
can Depression, on the sufbjec-t: "Yo-u
fCan't 'Take It With You."
Miss iMetta lMiller, president of the
organization, condulcted- tihe lbtusiness
meeting and then called' urpion :Mists
Lillian MacKenzie, chairman ofthe pro-
gram eommittee, lwh-o iintrodulced the
speaker. Following the lecture. tea was
serlved with 'Mistsfes Helen Peterson and
Josephine Mong pouring.
-See wsQSee well
Dlam-ondts Bou-ght and Sold
IHIARIOIIJD ISWYERS anfd
509 East Endicott Street
Tutoring: Latin, Greek. Aramaic
Write JIAICK TURNER, Box 40'7
CRAM'EM 8: SQUEEZEM Shoe Store
Motto: We Pay You to Buy Our Shoes
Expert attention to all loustomers
Have your 'portrait pai-nfted
Th-e only living person who paints
them on pin-heads.
Articles, theses, disserations
on all sulbjects.
HARRY BAKEIR-'Cathedral 2l90-X
DIC KERT'S DIIME DELIVERY
Everything from pianos
to toothpicks delivered for a dime
Phone: Riverside 123
Tapping soldier, Marian Kaglci'
. . . Krazy liat on parade. . . lland
stops traffic. . , Loafers. . . Mascu-
linc building props. . . Train without
a track. . . lirotcsquc rulmher-lwacl.
. . . Muscular Klarjoric, the bowling
champ. . . "jo" Qldayscedl Mc-chan
doing her stuhf. . . llashful lass. . .
In full rctrcat. . . Have a ride ?-no,
thanks! . . . lf. H. S. fc-mimics. . .
Rear view. . . Lads loafing at Lav-
ery's. . . nXdx'iscr Mcflimans ex-
cortcd 'hy Senator Cochran. . . F. H.
S. hoys helping dragons. . . Optical
illusion- -fllo you get it?. . . peda-
gogucs and playcrs ffootlrallil. . .
Roy XYolfe's Hand at Broadcast. . .
Studcnls basking in sun. . . llcanc
and Nlinnigh guard auditorium door.
. . . Slllgcl'-SLllN.'I'l2lllVL'. . , Donald
lJuck's rc-lations .... flood friends.
. . . I-lrcallilcssly awaiting school
tinic. . . Clcanci'-ulwpcrs. . . Ilaloony
things. are-n'I lhcy? . . . Scotty, the
dragou tamcr. . . jovial XYolfc. . .
iXlUI'llil1g1lflCI' Haig hcadl . . . kids.
. . . XX'hat's it? . . .XYoopsl slipping!
... lxl1lI'L'gZllS. .
Class ol IQLLO
Top: H. jackson. G. Mclfalls, B. Stackhouse, G. Manning, R. Graham
li. l.elnnan, H. .'Xnderson, B. Strayer, .X. Mays, R. Cramer, K. Berlin, D. Clark,
li. Henry, XY. Clulow, G. lfxley, G. McDowell, H. Latchaw, lf. Ilewell, V. Davis,
.-X. Beers, G. Frampton.
Second: XY. Mears, D. Reed, M. Clark, B. Iiilder, G. Wasson, l'. Martin,
l'. Marezak, R. Brown, rl. Heber, M. Croover, G. Swaney, Cochran, C. Covell,
M. Philips, I.. Hoffman, B. Newton. li. Dodds, I.. lYood, .X. faceamo. K.
'l'l1ird: il. Shaetler, B. Boner, G. Stewart, B. Seabrook, N. Porter, B.
Myers, li. .Xrc-ntzen, R. Martin, D. Brown, B. Clulow, V. Hines, D. liakin, S.
Mays, M. Mcl'herson, M. Downing, M. lispy, C. Reynolds, C. Mosher, B. M c'Cauley,
Fourth: G. Hutz, N. Davis, G. Smith, R. Henderson, XV. Smith, J. Rial,
M. Nalepa, bl. XVoodburn, H. Bonham, bl. Blandin, Kopezek, .I. Sterner, R. Cherry,
j. llosack, M. Shouey , H. Neidieh. j. Gilara, V. Cratty.
Fifth: R. Petroski, li. Mott, M. Meckley, R. Menz. M. Cathers, li. Col-
lins, H. Mason, j. McQuaide, B. Anderson, F. Hall, R. Holmes, J. Hancox, G.
lVilliams, B. lfglreer, lf. Bolmer, D. Taylor, P. Wlhitmer, M. Shofstall, E. Rufrn-
lmerger, li. Bell.
Sixth: l'. Kagler, M. Kennedy, N. Kirkpatrick, E. Perrine, l'. Higgins,
Mitchell, G. Marwood, M. Shofstall, F. Graebner, O'l'olka, Lazorka, Spack-
man, li. Houghton, S. Hammerlee, D. Harding, VVright, S. Criswell, D. Gent,
M. XVile, G. Seely, M. Shepherd.
Seventh : M. Maslak, C. Breene, H. Hughes, M. Tirk, M. Vogas, J. Harden-
hurg, G. Morgan, Richardson, XV. Rhodes, H. Stanonis, Kozak, R. Snyder,
G. Vlaginos, B. McCoy, B. Quinn, S. German, B. 'Cowin, T. Liotta. B. Breene,
D. Brown, Bell, R. Melfarland, XV. VVilliams, Desko.
lfront: B. Kline, vl. XYalton, R. Ditzenherger, A. Grove. B. l'ratt, M.
McClellan, tl, Mcflelland, M. .'Xls'lmerg, li. Clark, B. Rowan, D. Hancox, Miss
Rankin, adviser, I". XYalker. -I. Xliatkins, L. Birehtield, R. Davis, lf. Long, N. Dille,
S. L-ZICCZIIIIU, XY. lfry, D. Lfotterman, ul. Barron, li. Chamliers, XY. Whitten.
Class ol: IQ!-LI
Top: M. Scannell, G. Firster, T. Heckathorne, M. NVilson, R. Steinbrenner
B. Hill, L. Ditzenberger, I. McSparren, M. Sheasley, J. Eagles, B. Nicklin, Chem-
eras, R. Cooley, R. Gilbbons, R. Hoover, Herdzig, D. Wolfkiel, G. Hansen, T
Grove, M. Richardson, J. Bell, E. Friggle, Huey, Wilkins.
Second: S. Jolley. E. Feldman, M. Keith, A. Austin, J. Covell, M. Curry
H. Cutchall, V. Hazlett, M. McClelland, B. Baker, T. Robinson, R. Finch, C
Sutton, J. Hanna, A. Bevington, G. Huey, G. Kleckley, M. Jones, G. NVilliams, H
Kightlinger. J. Sousae, R. Deeter, J. Mclilhaney, T. Hied.
Third: E. Fulmer, D. McDowell, B. Evans. L. Cokeane, V. Baker. B. XVhit-
man, G. Morrison, B. Waite, S. Sustak. A. Burke. A. Slocum, li. Frankenberger. J
Reagle, C. Sutherland, D. Pyle, T. Cotterman, E. Kozalla, Marando, D. Spencer
J. Smith, F. McLouth, VV. Rogers, G. VVinkler.
Fourth: V. Phillips, A. Leyda, Sweetapple, B. Coast, lf. Ream, D
O'Brien, K. lVheeling. P. Singleton, P. Fagles, F. VVygant, VV. Wfilkins, B. Adams
J. Lippincott. V. Scanlon, E. Rial, R. McVay, M. Leta, F. Koppel. F. Kozek, B
Riddle, llangello, P. Blair, Kiskadden, L. Long, S. Ferrare.
Fifth: L. Leyda, B. Stackhouse, li. DeLong, G. Hoovler, M. Thies, M. Pasquale
I. Friggle, J. Grossman, C. Gilbwbens. A. Black, T. Fry, Kooman. C XVhitehill
B. Blair. C. McDowell, V. Perry. B. Gebhard, C. Fonzo, T. Cuzzola, B. Titus, li
Stewart, F. Scott, G. Schreffler.
Sixth: T. Pasquale, Sibley, D. Simpson. H. Hoovler, Furst, C. Goss
H. Lindsey, Kostek, B. King, B. Geschwinder, XV. DeArment, G. Hazlett, M
Baker, B. Hovis, D. Harris, C. Mattern, A. Usoff, R. Lake, C. Gyder, XV. XVood
R. Baker, B. XVarren.
Seventh: M. Shakespeare, F. Hanna, R. Lake, F. Kightlinger, P. Rhinehart
B. Heber, F. Boughner, G. Baughman. T. Robertson, V. Lawson, R. B-lair, ll
McCarthy, McGriff, VValter, M. Bean, ll. Baker. M. Riddle, l. Fedor, A
Guzma, Sterling. M. NVhitcomb, J. Davis, M. Moffiitt.
Front: M. Phinney. L. Hart, XV. Collins, M. Huston, J. Ferry, K. Berlin. R
Deets, M. Zalinski, J. Biery, Miss Minnigh, adviser, F. Zagar, S. Bernstein, R
Ray, P. Heath, C. Ritchey, XV. Karns, C. Griifen, H. XVilson, D. lleepels, L. Doll
lass of I942
Top: I. Ifov. ll. llvrer, I. l'zL1'lts. H. Smith. C. Minnicli. A. Kcelv, K
Nc-cly, NY. lfxli-y, S.-SZlXt0l1,'hl. Lilckey, R. lliekert, Mong, l'. Hazen, Y. tioocl-
will, Y. McClellztntl. M. Pyle. R. Anderson. I Black, M. l'r:1ll, .Y Sll'i1j'61'. L
Stevens, IJ. lllztclc, R. Mztrstcller, M. lXla1'tin, I. Cochran, ll. Zanhiser, C. Arentzcn
Second: l'. Mclionzilrl. lf. Kreger, K. Iones, J. Mzwcliilirocla, S. lJeMille. D
l'lK'lll'IllK'l'gl'l', Ii. lxistlcr, VI. lJlt7Cllllf'I'Q'CI', li. Hellyer, NI. Shorts. H. Harris. R
J ' ' J J
Mt-ya-rs. IJ. limwn. ll. Phillips, M. l':1scluz1lc, M. 'l':u'ncski, li. Vzingcllo. ll. lieving-
ton, ll. l.owi'ic. ll. Lawson. Y. Keely. L. Johnston, M. McCracken. .I. McCz1rtci'
M. Miller, ll. Sltczlslcy. .I. Kugler.
'I'hircl: C. Mitchell, 'I. Vzircloe, l3. Uoclfls, H. YV:titc, S. Novak. D. Spencer
ll. Spciicc-i'. C. Cozzul. K. Kline, A. Alter, L. Cokeane, M. Livingston. l'. llL'l'I'f',, A
tiroovcr, Ii. Henry, IJ. Hzizlctt. C. tioral, ll McClelland, D. lirown. M. Mctiill
-I. Snyclcr, M. Smith. lf. Hughes. .I. Kzlnflnztn.
Ifourth: ID. Koppel. li. Hztrris. C. Rltinclzzirt, l. Kleckley, lfulkerson, A
llmwii. -I. XYeston, H. Smith, ti. lltt. DI. Hall, ll. Ritchey. M. lfwing. A. Helier, S
XYilson, C. Keclclcy, li. XYolfkiel, lf. lxiclclle. L. llrown, XY. Umhrcit. ll. Shoup'
l. Rcctl. M. Mzihles. A. Minnick, H. Collingwood, lf. Hunter.
lfifth: ll. Miller, H. Deinpsey, G. Kelsey, XV. Sinith, XV. XVilson. L. MC-
l'l2lI'l1ll1ll. 'I. l'il'C0lI'l2lll, bl. tirhlrons, lt Mears, A. lage, lu. lwigglc, M. Snyder, A
lk-Long, M. Scutellzt, R. Matte-rn, M. Allen, M. lit-iglileyl, DI. Cricler. M. Rfllllllgilll
I". Serge, M. XYcitzel. N. XY:1tkins. XV. Moore. lf. liztbrys,
Sixth: Ci. Stcineclcer, D. Rowan, N. XVoods, D. Rial. XY. Keith, T. Mc
lninch, ti. lfuhncr. C. Morrison, I. Owens, D. Connolly, IS. Hiecl, ti. llreenc. R
tiilliluncl, Y. XYlllllllCl', H. Montgoxnery, K. Osler, li. Ream, li. Kendzoir. L. Riexnen
sclnicirlcr, bl. Hinclmun, ll. Mitchell, l-3. Myers. Roinanchak, C. Matthews, G
Seve-ntliz ti, lXlCCutcht-on. N. XV:1lters. L. Huling, A. King. H. Long, D
Sliotlstull, A. Sciziwonc, lf. l.:1tcliaw, .I. NVz1ylz1ncl, li. McCullough, li. Anclrews. R
l.oxx'1'im', l'. lligliliclrl, ll. XYolcott. S. XYiclel, lf. Vzlsquale, lf. Ritchey. li. Halter, I3
tnhhonf, ,Y lloguc, M. lirittni, la. lXlzn'stcller. -I. lxinsncr, H. Lake, X . l'ortei'. A
lfront: l.. l'etci'so11,hI.blollcy. C. lirovc, G. llrztnnon, R. liurkc, li. Traclisul
ll. lla-rin. 'lf Serge, l.. llelfiorc. 'lf l.:1zo1'kz1. l-. l.z1tcli:1w, .I. Ancl-.-rson, XY. 'l'hoi'n
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gate, lu. limnriclq, lx. LVISINIIII. li. Ilovis, lu. Collins, H. lzitterson, L. lxoss, lx
Linclscy. M. liznnhle. C. Montgoim-ry. lf. Atlnms.
l.ittle elves ofthe Junior Class do
their hit at the games . . . XYalter
lleers and Dick Lavery View an ex-
citing game from the vantage point
of a step latlrler. . . three good suhs,
German, Spelhnan, and tierman. . .
the line-up preparecl for action. . .
lflliutt, Haylctt. lfckels, and llrown
pose for the canclicl camera. . .
Mr, l'errine as ticket-seller gives ser-
vice with a smile. . . the perils of a
pliulugrapliefs life--Mr. Sealmrnuk
Snaps the lmanml in formation. . .
Z1 group nl' Tri--Hi-Y girls lencls a
cheery aspect at Camp Caleclun. . .
Beth gives us that personality smile
while .Xlhert watches curiously. . .
line speetaturs at Miller-Sibley
lfielcl. . . fnur gay gals of the junior
Class pester the spectators with
"candy, peanuts, popcorn.". . . Miss
Minnigh and Dick Cl'lSXYCllC11jlJf'lll?Q'
their purchases at a local ganief
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and leader. Team-mates recognized this ability by electing Jim co-captain.
Beggs-Snake hipped, pass slingin' half 'back-great team player. It
will be hard to fill "Baggy's" place. Co-captain.
Patrick-Fast, so fast twentieth fbirthday caught up to him in mid-season-
first four games played fme ball-finished with his best. That's the idea, Pat.
Gebhard-Big enough to be toughftough enough to be good-should
give Franklin a fine tackle in the next couple of years.
Gent-Two letter -man-completed two years of effort in great style.
Rememlber: Oil City 6-Franklin 6! '
Hancox-junior-has made up his mind to play, halffback and is well on
the road. More power to you, Ujitterbugf'
Hanter-"Bill" played the game for all its worth-club clown every place
bwt on the gridiron-nuff said.
Adams-Never discouraged-took plenty of thumps as "dummy" for the
varsity-took them so well he became part of it.
Keisling-A plugger that never quit trying and as a result received well
earned honors as a guard. Good luck, Bill.
Fonzo-Great blocker, fast learning the art of.quarter back-predict he
will be one of Franklin's greatest. Watch him!
Handley-Steady, relialble Adonis of the football team. Too bad, girls-
He's already tagged.
Hovis-If effort counts, Bob will be a great guard. We will be watching
for those reports.
Zalinski-Steady-hardworking-very, conscientious-all county guard-
greatly improved this year-more power to you, Jack.
Cuzzola-Big, rugged and willing-always trying-learning fast. Two
years left to show how tackle should 'be played.
A fine bunch-some will return to represent our school again, for which
we are sincerely happy. Others will tackle the tough old wlorld and we wish them
the best of luck and hope that this training will make it a little easier for them.
Coach Francis "Cowboy" Siegel, aided by a tireless group of Franklin High
School warriors, restored its earlier prestige to Nursery football during the 1938
season, when the Red and Black raised the football enthusiasts to a new high de-
feating such stellar rivals as Titusville. East Brady, a11d our Alumni.
The highly rated Meadville Bulldogs, perhaps the finest team in the west-
ern part of the state, were taken by surprise when Franklin dominated the play
in the first half of the game. However, Meadville recovered in time to rout the
The annual war between the Nursery and Oil City was fought under the
lights for the first time in the history of the two schools. It was a nip and tuck
battle with Franklin holding the Oilers to a 6-6 tie to win at least a great moral vic-
tory. The 1938 team avenged earlier defeats at the hands of East Brady by win-
ning a decisive victory.
jack Zalinski received the honor of being elected a member of the all-district
team. while Hill Harter, Ralph Beggs, and Jim Monarch were given honorable men-
Alumni ............ ..
Coach Siegel SEASON'S RECORD
Franklin ........... .- ..... '
Franklin .....,..... ..,...,,. 3 2 lfast Brady
Franklin ........... ........ T itusville
Q Franklin .,,........ ...l.... X Varren ........
j il V Franklin Grove City
I' ranklin ..i........ ........
Oil City ....
This year's edition of the varsity basketball team boasts one of the best
records a Franklin quintet has ever compiled. Although they lost both games to
Oil City, these were the only losses suffered by them through their regular schedule.
They won two games from Guys Mills, Grove City. Rocky Grove, Meadvillc, Union
City. Titusvillc, and Corry and one each from the Alumni, Brookville, and Silver
The team was taller than the average Franklin team and when "hot" could
display an unlimited amount of power as well as an air-tight defense.
At the close of the regular schedule they entered the .Xlleglteny-liiski
Tournament but were eliminated in the opening contest by Swissvale, semi-finalists.
l'T1lIllillll ..... .... ...,..... 2 J
ranklln ..,.,,...,. ......... -l V6
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Guys lXlills ..... ...... . .l-l
Silver Creek ..... ......... l -l
Alumni .. ....... ..,.,. . .l5
Guys Mills .... ......,.. 2 l
Brookville ,,..,... ,..... . .22
Oil City .....,...,.... ......... l 7
Rocky Grove ..,.., ......... l N
Cnion City ........ ......... 2 0
M eadville ......
Corry .,..,,.., ..
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Grove City .....,.. , ....... . 1
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Rocky Grove . .... .....,... l 5
Cnion City ........ ......... 3 6
lllcadville ....... .......... 3 7
Titusville ...... ........ 2 fl
Corry '....... ......... .,,.,,.. 2 l
. ......... 49
Charlie Rhoads-junior-guard-experienced-good passer-will be great
asset to F. H. S. next year.
Hob Neil-senior-forward-excellent shot-good defense man-chosen
forward of johnson's All Sectional Team-fine "set" shot.
Dan S1mellman-senior-center-good shot and good defense rnan-depend-
able at all times.
Ralph Beggs-seniorwguard-two year man-a good defense man and an
excellent passer-fine drilxbler.
Hob Titus-junior-Mforward-very fast-excellent passer-good team-
worker-should team with XVoodburn to form excellent forward comibination next
Larry Lient-senior-center-was the main "cog" in Franklin s attack-
set a new individual scoring record in Section Two competition.
jack Sanford-senior-guard-good defense man--good teamwork-ex-
celled in getting possession of the ball.
jim Woodburn-junior-forward-good shot and good defense man-
baclcbone of next year's team-a southpaw artist.
Bill Adams-senior-capafble reserve at all positions-absence will be felt
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Plunge right through that line,
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A touchdown sure this time. Rah! Ra
Onward, Franklin, onward, Franklin,
Fight on for her fame.
Fight, Franklin, tight,
And we will win this game.
This ya-:tr l'il'IlI1lillll lli will lu- i'c-pi'v-
st-ntc-il un tlu- gulf links hy :1 tilu- ta-ann,
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thc- sn-ttings fur many mitstznuling pro-
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Back to school after many varied vaca-
tions. lts hard getting into the harness after
being loose for three months . . . game with
Greenville 0-0. . . XVe defeat Alumni 13-0.
. . . Kryl Symphony Orchestra affords un-
VVe win from East Brady . . . night game
with Meadville--a cold night . . . First skat-
ing party of the year held by Hi-Y and
Annual Staff . . . lose to VVarren . . . exciting
game with Grove City . . . successful Senior
Hallowe'en Hop-Snappy decorations.
Hunting days are here again. . . Night
game with Oil City-Tied score, 6-6. VVhat
a game! . . . Tri-Hi-Y entertained Hi-Y and
football team. . . Days get snappier and
snappfier. . . Thanksgiving vacation with
lots of turkey and trimmings.
Christmas shopping. . . The girls are won-
dering what their boy-friends will give
them. . . Senior play, "The Scarecrow
Creeps' '... vacation time. . . See you next
year, "same time, same place."
New Year's greetings exchanged all
'round. . . Basketball game with Alumni. . .
Sophomore skating party. . . Oill 'City gives
us our first defeat, 11-17. . . Anson Jacobs
in assembly. . . mid-term exams. . . Band
Concert. . . First Sweater Hop. . . victory
for us at Corly.
I938- I 939
America's No. 1 Autograph Collector in
assembly. . . "Be My Valentine". . . second
defeat from Oil City . . . Sweater Hop . . .
,lohn McGuire, from the F. B. I. in as-
sembly, . . . Hollywood trained dogs per-
form for us . . . Debate Club skating party.
. . . "The Knave of Hearts" by eighth graders.
Remember the cooks?
Orchestra Concertg our talent displays
itself. . . Hucke1'berry Finn presented 'by Has-
con Players. Huck, what long hair you have !
. . . skit given to advertise "Franklinite"-
What a surprise from the rear of the audi-
torium! . . . Titusville a cappella choir. . .
Tri-Hi-Y skating party.
April showers. . . clothes, clothes, and new
clothes. . . the boys spend their hard-earned
for hard-coaxedj money for corsages. . .
we entertain the Pennsylvania Forensic and
Music League of the Northwestern District
for the annual contests and thereby win a
holiday. . . Sophomores sponsor post-Easter
dance. . .Problems of Democracy class make
annual pilgrimage to Polk.
Mr. Markham presents "Beauties of
America" in assemlbly. . . Our sins of omis-
sion lbegin to loom large as the days of final
reckoning draw near. . . Fran-klinite of 1939
appears-everyone turns autograph hound.
. . . Combined bands of Warren and Frank-
lin give concert. . . Senior assembly-the
beginning of the end.
Seniors wander aimlessly about the halls
-with regret. . . rehearsals for commence-
ment functions progress. . . Baccalaureate
sermon, class night performance, the ban-
quet, Commencement exercises, the Proin-
all pass in swift succession. Another class
writes "Finish and another book is closed.
Senior I-lallowe'en Dance
On the night of October 29, the new gymnasium teemed with mystery and
merriment as the seniors sponsored their Halloween dance. Black and orange
"trimmings," balloons. pumpkins, and a stately skeleton created the appropriate
atmosphere. The F. H. S. "jitterbugs" swung their partners to the music of Roy
XYolfe and his orchestra. To revive their flagging energy, the dancers patronized
the refreshment counter where pop and doughnuts were dispensed. Then off
they whirled to a new spasm of truckin' or the Lambeth walk. Thus the time sped
too quickly and the "lights-out" signal met a chorus of protests from the instatiahle
Sinndgcd faces, dirty hands. aching backs, reprimands
for unprepared lessons-these were th: lot of the com-
mittee which labored for the success of the llallowe'en
dance. 'l'heir reward lay in the pleasure and enthus-
iasm ot' the revellers. The dance was planned by .loan
lleath, l.arry lient, l'etie Klclielvey, Hob Neil, Kletta
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Band In F Formation
James Blandin, drum major - - Mr. Stocker, director
C ornets C lairnets Baritoncs
VVilliam Purvis Eugene RiCh31'd50U Dick Criswell
Dean Sechler Mary W00d Ruth Kline
Doris J. Cotterman
Erma Jean Houghton
Saxo ph ones
The -band with sixty uniformed members is now in its fourth year of de-
velopment. In that time it has raised its standard of performance and service to the
place where it ranks with bands in any school of equal size in the state of Pennsyl-
vania. In the music contests of the spring of 1938 the 'band won first place in the
Northwestern Pennsylvania District and second in the state. It played for the
home games in football and basketball and, on January 26, gave a concert to a
packed auditorium. The uniforms with scarlet coats and black, trousers make a
striking appearance. Soloists at the concert were Richard Criswell and Max Bark.
Gail McClelland is president.
The Glee Clubs
The boys' and girls' glee clubs have been working with the aim of having
an important place among the music organizations of the school. Both groups
have enlarged in size. The girls have done especially good work this year and sing
with tone and balance that is unusual. The boys have learned a number of songs
which have been performed in assemblies. The two groups made a public appear-
ance as a mixed chorus, thus anticipating a reorganized A Cappella Choir for next
year. Margaret Elliott and Jack Zalinski are president of their respective clubs.
The orchestra has made vast improvement this year. It is composed of
fifty members and is well-lbalanced in each section. On March 2 a concert was
given in which the orchestra performed symphonic selections such as "Light Caval-
ry" and "Finlandia" with exceptional precision. The string section alone played
a "Sonata for Strings." With a determination to rank in prestige with the band,
this organization also entered the Forensic League Contest and performed credit-
ably. Robert Neil is p-resident.
Under the able leadership of Miss Minnigh, the Tri-Hi-Y. with Helen
l't-tcrson, president, joan Hancox, vice-president, Betty Brown, secretary, and Doris
Henry, treasurer, was atble to uphold the high standards of this clutb, and was suc-
cessful in its attempt to create, maintain, and extend higher standards of 'Christian
character throughout the school and community.
ln addition to the regular meetings, the Tri-Hi-Y carried on many extra
activities. .Xt the beginning of the year. they held a "get-acquainted" party to in-
troduce the girls who wished to become members. Later these girls were otticially
received into the club at an induction service.
In November, the group entertained the Hi-Y and the football squad at a
delightful dinner party. They also put on a dinner for the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y rally.
The club was especially active during the Christmas season. They had a
party, gave pound offerings and toys for the Chirstmas baskets, and sang carols
for the shut-ins of the community.
The Tri-Hi-Y club also sponsored many, school activities for the pleasure
of the students. They had basketball schedules printed, were one of the four organi-
zations which sponsored the Sweater Hops and in March, the club gave a skating
party. Besides the activities given for the pleasure of the school in general. the
Tri-Hi-Y held dinners and swimming parties for the benefit of its own members.
Under the able leadership of our adviser, Mr. Perrine, this was one of the
Hi-Y 'Club's biggest years. The old members started the new year with a member-
ship drive and twenty-five new mem-bers were inducted into the club at an impressive
service held in january. This brought our membership up to a total of fifty active
members. The club helped the school during the football season by giving schedules
of the games to all the Junior and Senior High School students, and by building the
bonfire for the pep meeting held before the Gil City game. The members joined
with the Franklinite staff in sponsoring two skating parties and with the Tri-Hi-Y
and junior and sophomore classes in sponsoring several after-school dances. Late
in the fall, the club was host at a rally of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs of the county.,
and also sent four delegates to the Older Boys' Conference held at Oil City. At
Christmas time the mem'bers repaired toys for the Red Cross. The club sponsored
a basketball team which did far better than any previously representing the organi-
zation. In March the members had a Father and Son banquet. Regular meetings
with a speaker were held every NVednesday noon. Each june the officers of the
club are sent to the Hi-Y Training Camp at the Erie Y. M. C. A. camp on Lake Erie.
The officers were Jack Zalinski, presidentg Bill Anderson, vice-president:
James Ford, treasurerg VVilliam Purvis, secretary.
Le Cercle Francais
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l.e Cercle lfrancais under the capable direction of Miss Bunn:-ll had a very
successful year. .Xt the tirst meeting, held September 31, 1938, Metta Miller was
elected president. and Brian Beaulac, secretary-treasurer. The chief purpose of the
club was to give its members a 'better speaking knowledge of the French language.
Interesting programs were presented at the meetings. held twice a month.
These programs consisted of games, songs, and reports on interesting topics of the
day, French customs, and the lives of famous men. Appropriate programs i11 keep-
irng with Thanksgiving, Christmas. Valentines Day, and Ifaster were also pre-
During the year French Club pins were purchased by the members and they
greatly increased the interest in the organization. The purchase of these pins was
the only expense of the year for the members, for there were no club cities whatsoever.
.Nt the beginning of the year the club was composed only of those students
who were studying second year French. About the middle of the year, however. the
membership was increased thy many, tirst year students. The organization, cou-
sisting of twenty-seven members. was one of the largest in recent years.
Top row: Geraldine Karns. tlosephine Mong, Leonard XVood, Shirley
llects, Mary XVood, XVilbur Myers, Dorothy Ann Brown. Barbara Ilggbeer, Iilla
Second row: Patricia Martin. Marion Gresh, Della Collins, Betty Clulow.
jean W'atkins, Pauline Marczak, Ruth May, .lean Ciyder.
Third row: Norris Davis, Betty Bohlender, Larden Hotfman, Metta Mil-
ler, Miss Bunnell. Brian lieaulac, lillen l'erry. jack Zalinski.
Angeline Caccamo, Jessie Frampton, Lillian MacKenzie.
The Latin Club of Franklin High School, Societas Latina, consists of third
and fourth year Latin students u11der the zuble guidance of Miss Evelyn Moyar.
The senior and junior consuls respectively, Petie McKelvey and Robert Newton,
have led the club in the "straight and narrow" Roman way. Margaret Alslberg as
scribe and Ruth Higgins as treasurer have ably kept the minutes and guarded the
The attendance at the club meetings, which are held once a month. has been
unusually good, all members appearing in togas according to custom.
During the year, many novell and amusing programs were given, among
them being the program celebrating the feast of Saturnalia. The program consisted
of a sacrifice to the gods, and two short humorous skits. Another outstanding pro-
gram was in the nature of a guest-party. The guests were previous third and fourth
year Latin students who no longer belonged to the club.
All meetings are held with the purpose of learning more about Roman
The club pin is in the shape of a small Roman helmet with "S. L." engraved
upon it. A slender gold chain attached to it makes it possible for the pin to be used
as a guard.
The members of the Latin Club feel that they have reaped the benefits of
the society to the fullest extent and have also enjoyd a very, educational a11d amusing
project. The programs have been ofa consistently high quality.
Top row: joan Hancox, Wilbur Myers, Leonard Wood, Leona Rice,
Josephine Mong, Betty Mays, Shirley Deets, Bessie Blair, Maxine Wile, Martha
Second row: Floyd Hall, VVesley Fry, Tiel Fggbeer, Betty Elder. Florence
Graebner, Mary Jewell Espy, Giles Morgan, Robert Holmes, Geraldine Downing,
Mary Jane Croover.
Front row: XVillian1 Purvis, Ruth Higgins, Harry Fetterolf. Petie Mc-
Kelvey, Miss Moyar, Robert Newton, Margaret Alsberg, Mary Clark. Gertrude
Criswell. Patricia Martin.
The Debate Club, under the competent direction of Miss Stone. has had a
busy and instructive year. The question for debate was-"Resolved: That the
United States should establish an alliance with Great Britain." The topic is timely
and of importance to our country today, in view of the recent advance of Fascism
and 'Communism in liurope. and the constant irnminence of! war. Members of the
club took a lively interest and spent much time in research for material in sup-
port of their arguments. Many hours of heated discussion took p-lace in Room 114,
Selected for the varsity attirmative tcam were Dick Criswell, James Ford,
Frank XYalker. and Marie Pasquale. On the varsity negative team were Max Bark,
l'atricia Martin. james Cochran. and Francis Zagar
The club attended a college debate at the University of Pittsburgh and also
entered a debate tournament at Charleroi, Pennsylvania. The teams also debated
with lircenville, Corry, Titusville. and Meadville in the lnter-High School De-
bating League. At the end of the season the members attended Debating Day at
james Ford served as president of the organization.
Standing: Robert Cowin, Francis Zagar, julia Kush. james Cochran.
Beverly lllair, Gail McClelland, Richard Criswell, Mary jane Croover, Cassius
XVhitehill, Frank XValker.
Seated: Rosa Brown, Norris Davis. Patricia Martin, James Ford. Miss
Stone, lirma 'lean Houghton, Max Bark, Marie Pasquale.
"THE scAREcRow crzsEPs"
Cn a dark and stormy night, the living members of the Gage family as-
semble at Gage Manor at the invitation of Roderick Gage, reputed black sheep of
the family. The occasion is the thirtieth anniversary of the murder of Dora
Gage and the suicide of her husband, Anthony, cousin of Roderick, whom Anthony
supposedly found making love to Dora to persuade her to reveal the whereabouts
of a valuable diamond owned by Anthony.
Wlhile the guests puzzled over the intentions of Roderick, be is carrying
out a carefully laid plan. In the meantime, the tenseness of the situation gives rise
to amusing quarrels among the relatives. The "psychic" powers of Miss Amelia
and the jealousy of her sister-in-law, Annabelle, cause much hilarity. Maudie, the
maid, Aunt Zinnia, the cook, and her son, Trailing Arbutus, also contribute to the
humor of the play.
The rivalry between Kenneth Gage. promising young doctor. and Perry
Gage, aspiring author, for the affection of Norma, their distant cousin, supplies the
Through the help of the walking scarecrow Roderick succeeds in wresting
a confession of guilt from Adam Throgg, the butler, and thus be clears his name
of the stigma long attached to it.
Roderick Gage ......,.,
Kenneth Gage .......
Amelia Gage .......,...........
Norma Gage .....................
Mrs. Annabelle Gage .,......
Perry Gage fher sonj ............
Aunt Zinnia VVashington ......
Trailing Arbutus QT. Aj ..
........... LaRena McKelvey
Maudie, the maid ................,......, .......... M argaret Elliott
Adam Throgg, the butler ...,.... ...........' R ichard Criswell
The Scarecrow .....................,.,..............................,..... Richard Stanton
Director: Miss Cole
The Hroudcasl, Franklin High School news organ, celebrated another
banner year under the expert guidance of Ralph Murrin, editor-in-chief, who, in
collaboration with Adviser White, instituted several new departments.
The junior High School edited its own page in the Broadcast with Miss
Cole in charge. Her proteges reported their school activities in splendid fashion,
thus assuring the 1939-1940 Broadcast of a first-rate reportorial staff in the future.
Seniors who were awarded the coveted Broadcast medal for meritorious
service during the year were Ralph Murrin, Dick Criswell, Gertrude McClellan,
Larry Gent, joan Heath, Tiel liggbeer, Virginia Graham. Doris Henry, and Aaron
New selections to the staff comprised Gladys Williams, Sarah Bernstein,
lilaine Feldman, Miriam Shakespeare, Verona Scanlon, Lois Ditzenberger, LaRena
McKelvey, Dan Gent, Patricia Martin, Beverly Blair, and Margaret Keith.
Some outstanding features of' the year were reported under the follow-
"Kryl Symphony Thrills Huge Audience," "Zalinski Paid Trilbute of
Most Popuflar Boy," "NVilson Gets VVas'hington Trip for Superior Achievement,"
"MctClimans Guides Seniors Through Greatest Year," "Musical Broadcast Sur-
passes Previous Successes" and "Faculty Play Freshmen in Titanic Struggle."
liditor .,....................................................................,.... .......... .,..................................... R a lph C. Murrin
Music liditor ....,... ........... R ichard 'Criswell
Club liditor ..................... ..r...,.,.. lN larjorie Kennedy
Assembly Iiditor ......,. .................... M argaret Alsberg
lixchange liditor ,......................................,........................... ................,........... C Yertrude McClellan
Sports liditors ..............,....................................................................,,.. .Larry Gent, jean Watkixls
Copy Readers-joan Heath, Marjory Meckley, Marjorie Kennedy, Neta Kirk-
Reportersi-Tiel llggbeer, Albert Gracy, Mary Clark, Neta Kirkpatrick, Erma
.lean Houghton, Mary Jane Croover, Gertrude Henry, Billy Marie XVatkins,
Marie Shephard, Aaron Bernstein.
Typists .,,,,....,,.........,..,..,,,,...... Virginia Graham, Doris Henry, -loan Heath, Helen 0'l'olka
Advertising Manager .........,...,.................,,..................... ................,...,.................... f iierald Swarley
Circulation Manager .......... ......., J Oe L2lZOI'ka
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" 5' N j 553' CLASS PRESIDENCY
5 59,955 - ,Q Results of the Se-nlor election are as Inl-
gfi .rl 5 5 3 5 lows: President, .mek zaunskig vice Presil
'I N Q A 'dent, Mac Barkg Secretary. Blllle Marie Wat-
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The Junior Franlclinite Staff
The junior Frtznlelinitt' staff will take on. next year. the onward march to
publishing fame. which has reached a new height under the present staff.
lX'hat a break that is for the juniors!
.Xfter having a year under such leaders, next year's staff will be able to
grapple with almost any situation. They have shown themselves apt pupils and
have responded well to the demands made upon them and have faithfully per-
formed the tasks assigned them.
The following advertisement has been paid for by the present junior staff
in tortured gray matter:
The Frunklinitt' for nineteen forty is causing such a sensation that the
printer fears it will be impossible to supply the demand. lf you have not placed
your order, get in touch immediately with a member of the staff, which is composed
of the following:
liditor in Chief ....... ........ G erald Swaney
Associate liditor ......................................,.................r......... 'Ioan Hancox
Literary lfditor ................,....,...........i...................,.................. Mary Clark
Literary Staff-Margaret Als'berg. VVilbur Myers. Samuel
Art Staff ......................,r......................., Helen Bonham, Floyd Hall
Circulation Staff-Mary lillen Cathers, Bill Anderson,
Pauline Marczak, Dan Gent
l'atron's Page .........,.................................................. Larden Hoffman
Advertising Manager ...... ........... J ames Cochran
Winners in the
Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League
CLASS B BAND
Franklin High School
CLASS B ORCI'IES1'RA
Franklin High School
Rirhard C riswell
To our patrons. we oifer our heartiest thanks for the assistance they -have
given in the publishing of The Franklinite' of 1939.
Mr. George K. Anderson
Dr. G. G. Turner
Dr. J. I. Zerbe
Dr. K. M. Hoffman
and Mrs. Ralph VV. Dye
R. G. Hall
L. G. Manwaring
M. M. Spencer
F. Il. Crosby
Dr. C. J. Bark
Dr. T. A. lishelman
Dr. T. Barr
K. R. Vtfiegel
C. H. Brown
XVm. F. Brehm
Dr. F. N. Cummins
Dr. D. C. Blanchard
F. l'. Phillips
Roy A. Smith
ry Mahon, M. D.
Dr. and Mrs. VV. M. Kennedy
VV. B. McClelland
C. T. Felt
l'. li. Cunningham
Geo S. Smith
and Mrs. N. K. Beals
C. A. Nordstrom
G. C. McCandless
Robert M. Dale
and Mrs. john L. Nesbit
and Mrs. French Miller
J. G. Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Forest B. Irwin
and Mrs. L. F. Hoifman
Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Clark
.and Mrs. W. R. Webb
. and Mrs. W. H. Orr
. and Mrs. B. C. 'Coleman
Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Locke
Miss Kathryn Hough
Mrs. George C. Miller
Miss Mary E. Hancock
Mrs. F. L. Williamson
and Mrs. Claude Hyatt
L. L. Livingston
and Mrs. H. E. Biery
es B. Borland
and Mrs. David B. MCC:-llmont
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fahey
and Mrs. W. W. Bleakley
and Mrs. J. A. Snyder
George A. Fry
and Mrs. Charles N. Hough
and Mrs. James Woodburn
The Staff of The FRANKLINITE
Wishes to thank all those who have advertised in its pages
for they have materially assisted in making possible
our book of memories. From our readers
we solicit patronage for those who
have thus so greatly
BO YD N. PARK, Inc.
Patroniize your home town stores! But
for the 101 things you can't find in
Franklin try Edwards' in Oil City--
Telephone 724. Your purchases will
be delivered to you next day in
llc:ulml11:u'tc1's for sports
Keystone Public Service
Xurrll1L'l'llCllllIl thc llousce
lmlcl lluclgct gives so nmclm lm'
so little :ls-
Class of 1939
L. L. BURGER
, - 4 1 4 .
l.3l-J Q licstnul St., l'l'2llllillll
SYKES 81 KLINE
More than just :Ln ordinary
Style . . . Quality . . . Service
Ilzulies' Coats, Dresses,
l2-P9 Liberty Street
PARK AND ORPHEUM
H.'xlXY2lyS El good show"
Congratulations, Class of '39
"Bill" and "Don"
L A V E R Y B R O S .
fllith and Otter Phone 618
Congratulations, Class of '39
I S A L Y ' S
Ice Cream . . . Dairy Products
P22323 Liberty Street.
The Kiwanis Club
B R O W N I E ' S CUllllJill116l'ltS of
Service Station S. T U K A R N S
Wo1f's Head Xlmvino
Gas and Oil i "
. ,. , S aff
Super SCVYICC XX ith Lourtesy wr ibe. i
Gen. .X liruwn, Prop RWE-Ting'
Q0llg'l'Zltlli1lilUllS ushop at Sears and Save
Class uf 19239 SEARS ROEBUCK
PARK LUNCH AND COMPANY
Best Place to Eat
' f' , J .
:sore msn Street im Clif' Ie'm"'
Franklin Creek Refining Corp.
Compliments Congratulations, Graduates
of MARJORIE H.
FRANKLIN G O O ID R I C H
HARDWARE AND QMember of the Dancing
PLUMBING CO' Masters of Arnericaj
T H E
MILES P. BROWN EXCHANGE
BOILER WORKS H O T E L
Congratulations to Class of
H E A L Y B R O S .
12th it Elk Sts.
N O R T H S I D E
M E A T M A R K E T
R. H. Crist 81 Son
Meats and Groceries
43 North 13th Street
Compliments Best Xllislies to
of Class of 1939
O R I G I N A L
DRY CLEANERS F A M 0 O LR E S
oil City, Pa.
Dague - Bartholomew Co.
Cmlgmtulations Carl PIcNt1tt Ed IiICH:Cl'l11Z1l1
to Larimer lrarber
'FIIC c:l'Z1dl121tCS Barber
Books and Stationery C L
RAMSDALE 81 KUNKEL Modern- entrally ocated
1253 Iaibefti' Sf-i Y. A. Deetcr, Prop.
Frzmklin,P:1. 505 13th gt.
lflowcrs for all occasions
CHRITZMAN 8: VATH
Watches - Diamonds
NYC tclcgrnpli flowers Silverware
Member F. T- O. A. Clocks
Pl - -'-G , , ,
mm i 1T2b0L1herty bt.
-1-15 15th St. Ifrzmklin, lull.
The Cover and Binding for the 1939 Franklinite was
designed and produced by
THE MUELLER-ART COVER Sc BINDING CO.
2202 Superior Avenue
of "Buy Your Hosiery
LULU SHAW'S in a Hosiery Shop"
B E A U T Y
Exchange Bank Bldg. HOSIERY SHOP
J. W . N IWC K I N Compliments
Wall Paper Contracting Dail, Products Inc
Paints Paperhanging y ' . '
Painting Ice Cream and Dalry
ll9 N. 13th Street Franklin - Gil City
Compliments Stationery, Office Supplies,
of Greeting Cards for All
J. F. ZALINSKI Occasions
Fine FRANKLIN NEWS
Upholstering Franklin, Pa.
IF YOU HAVE SHOES WITH HOLES,
Have Them Fixed With GaIbraith's Invisible Soles
T H E G R A H A M
XXIIIIIICFS uf thc llulcl Xlcclzll
Irwin State for PI'C1lllllll1
milk. Class 33-G, H3239
W E L C H ' S
,IlllI'OllQ'Il this scluml,
P K I
I licrc s :L way.
Sterling Super Service
11th and Liberty Sts. F R A N K L I N
IRICST XYISHIQS FURNITURE
CLASS of '39 C O.
Oscar M. Shakespeare
Compliments tu Class
Ilczllcr in OT
Scrap Iron, Metals and All 1939
Other Waste Materials Nina Smiley
I"r:mlclin, Pcmizl. MILLINERY
M O O R E ' S
A' B' WILT t.,0L1lSfsy,,t Milk
Kodaks and Supplies Butter
DCVCIOPIUE and 9. 5 lice Cream
Printing q""4m.v eR01I'6x lluttermilk
I"rzmlcIin, Vcmm. phone - Qjil Qity .. 222
Daily Home Delivery
THE NEW FIRESTONE CHAMPION TIRE
, Safety-Proved on the Speedway, for your protect on the Highw
Compliments "A Place to Eat,
Of That's Hard to Beat"
S H I R E Y , S RIDDLE BROTHERS
THE LOTUS FL'OWER
Mrs. Jeannette L. McCrosson
409 13th St., Tel. 672-G
R A Y M O N D
C L E A N E R S
C. B. STOUGHTON
SKATING ,Courses Offered
R I N K Approved
qugarcreek By State Committee for
F E Private Business Schools
THE JAMES LUMBER co. Compllmems
S P A T H ' S
1035 Buffalo Street
ICE CREAM BAR
13th St. and Franklin Ave,
To the Class of l939 of Franklin l-ligh School
we extend our congratulations and
best wishes for success in
The Exchange Bank and Trust Co.
The Franklin Trust Co.
The Lamherton National Bank
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1939
im aiyze shop Ofilisfiwion'
A PPARE L.
J O H N H U T Z
Compliments Dry Cleaning, Pressing and
T H E For Ladies and Gents
P A R K Relingng Qllothes a
HOTEL pemty ,
403 13th St., Franklin, Pa.
Congratulations, Class of ,
'ii 1 t
0 esa e in ec IOIICTS S T R E E T
am G A R A G E
A. J. BARRCDN
Phone 189-G 501-503 Third St.
MEAT MARKET of
XYl'll.f32llDI'yS,P11117 D O N S H A W y S
Groceries and Meats S E R V I C E
108 123th Street 1243 lluPfz1lu Street
Frzmklin, I'z1. HNCVCI' C1OSCd,'
4 , We Serve Nothing
L olilplllllcuts to
t The Best Foods
ARLINGTON HOTEL S M I T H , S
Oil City, Pu.
D I N E R
Don't Let Car Troubles Mar Your Vacation Trip!
Rav' ' BEFORE you load your lu gage, drive in at the
nearest bonded Pennzoil dealer for a motor oil change,
lubnication and a complete checkup. Get your car "primed"
for the hard driving coming up. lt costs little to play safe
, DQWAWI In In and may save you plenty.
Be Oil Wise---Use PENNZOIL!
H A R R Y ' S I N N
"A Good Place to Eat"
104-106 l3tl1 Street
F E L D M A N ' S
Show the complete line of
Bulova - Hamilton and
All Models, 'Colors and Sizes
of Parker Pens and Pencils
H I E D ' 'S
Curtains - Hosiery
G. R. KINNEY CO.
W H I T E F L A S H
PHTPPS 8: DO'LS'ON
Notary Public G, H, PARDOE
Phone 693 15th Street
Y . M . C . A .
BRECHT BEVERAGE CO.
209 13th Street
C A F E T E R I A
THE CLUB HOUSE
Oil City, Penn'a
Best Wishes to F A L L E R
C1 f 1939 BARBER and BEAUTY
ass O SHOP
H. B. FETTEROLF Igiggy ltallcr...
Wholesale Confections Uefllife Xvoods
Barber Service by Appointment
""'f1'1k'iU- 1'ff'mf1- 222 13th st. Pmme 293
R, C. A, V I C T O R Ci0I'lg'l'21tlli2lti0llS to
Radios Records R I V E R V I E W
. . SERVICE STATION
Victrolas Service C P d t
I oreco ro uc s
A B . H A R T E R I
J FK I - , Richard G2l,iiZlg'hC1', Owner
lxoom 9, Irmtz lllclg. Sth St. New the Bridge
iiilllllk' 179-G Franklin, Pa.
CONGRATULATIONS TIO THE CLASS OF
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.
H O W A R D
N I C K L I N
L U M B E R IC O.
Class of 1939
WM. A. BLAIR 8: CO.
For Better Footwear
McGINTY 8: JONES
Meats - Groceries - Fruits
33 N. 13th St., Franklin, Pa.
Whitmanfs and Reamer's
27 N. 13th Street
P A I N T E R
DRY CLEANING CO.
The Only Dry 'Cleaning Plant
Expert Photo Service
Suite 11, Rleakley Block
W. L. FRY
I. O. BELL i
l LEWIS AND WINKLER
l GULF Service Station
That Good Gulf
l -Gulf Pride Oil
1l4l Liberty St., lirztnklin
Q U A K E R
DRY CLEANING C0.
208 13th Street
Next to Y. M. C. A.
THE FOLLOWING DRYGOOD STORES
wish to encourage the young' nien and women
of the Franklin Higlli School who published
the Franklinite. As :1 step in business train-
ing for them we feel that such ll venture cle-
serves our support
l-l. B. Bradley
Woodburn Cone 6' Co.
J. T. Campbell 6' Son
l S.CHIFFER"S MARKET Coniplinlents
l Meats - Groceries - Fruits me
l I Q A HYATT 8z ROBBINS
Milk and Qrezun l'I'Olll Our
l,ll0llC 566 205 lfitli St.
THE FRANKLIN ROTARY CLUB
Congratulates the graduates of 1939 and joins in wishing
them the best of luck and success.
Cmnpliments Y' M' C' A'
M C C R A C K E N RECREATION
85 Swininiing, Life Szlving, Gym
H U N T E R Activities. Game Tables,
Batteries U. S. Tires etc.
Mwbilgas Y. M. C. A.
A of i
ARM-STRONG - COLLIER
Since 1888 The Greatest Store in
Y 1 Y I x
Franklin - Oil City kortlixx estern I tuna.
Oil City, Penna.
ANDERSON 6- COMPANY
Complete Home Furnishings
I J.C.PEDHEY co.
C1 v111 plimcnts
J. C. PENNEY CO.
L. 8: C.
Ci0llg'I'llil1i1lti0l1S and Rest
XYisl1cs to Class of '39
L A M B R O S 8z
C O N O M I K E S
Home Furnishings of Merit
V E A C H ' S
Oil City, Pa.
'32-72224 Seneca Street
S H E A S L E Y ' S
"Brownbi1t Shoe Store"
Our lfiftv-thircl Year Serving
You're ztlwzlys welcome
P R I N T Z ' S
Buy Your Shoes at
B R O W N ' S
173533 Liberty Street
E C K E R D ' S
D R U G S T O R E
B E S T W I S H E S
Class of '39
E Nlxfxs Sh.
ENGRAVI 6 E EL
PHONES-6l38-6I39 CANTON , OHIO.
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