Franklin High School - Franklinite Yearbook (Franklin, PA)
- Class of 1953
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CNHE class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Three
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Cover by Charles Bennett
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THINKING OF YOU
go Miss Smith who
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COULDN'T WE BE FRIENDS
GAIN this year we have an excellent school board which has
worked hard to better the school. They are left to right:
Mrs. Iohn F. Budke, Albert E. Walz, Clarence E. Allen, Glenn M.
Graham, D. Fay Ferringer, Dr. Iohn W. Bailey, and I. Herbert
LTHOUGH we are
losing Dr. Moore this
year, we really couldn'tbe-
gin to tell you what he has
done for our school. The
class of '53 wishes him the
best of luckin his new posi-
DOCTOR HARRY H. MOORE
F. W. Wilson, M,D., Medical Examiner
Miss Wauneta Girt, R,N, , School Nurse
Harry F. Newell
CWHE hard work and faithful ser-
vice of all these people keeps
our school running. On this page we
would like to pay tribute to Miss Helen
Black, Secretary to the Board, who
retired in 1953. Her thoughts were
always for the good of the school. i
Mrs. Marie Shull
Edward Yokcn and Kelse Johnston representatives of
MTS- Mabel UICY the able staff that takes care of our building. Mr.
Secretary to the Superintendent Robert Ransdale, Head Custodian, Norman A. Kuhn
Marie Reib, C,F, Walters and Florence E. Gilli-
Miss Marlyn DeWoody land are others on the custodian staff.
former Secretary to Miss Black
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Virginia L. Wright - Social Studies
Mary E. Burket - Mathematics and English
John Mc Elhatten - Driver Training
Theron Davis - Mathematics
Eleanor Bunnell - Language
Marjorie Runninger - Speech
Edwin W. Treadwell A Science
Catherine Troxell - Science
A1161-le H. Masterson . Language Hazel Rankin - Physics and Chemistry
Wynona Swift - Language
Clinton Perrine - Biology
Martha King - English
Mary McQuaid - English
Elizabeth Davis - English
Jane Allen - English
Elfreda Graham - English
Robert Flath - Social Studies
Alex M. Dutkin - Social Studies
John Uram - Health and Physical Education
Charlene Riddle - Health and Physical Education
Leah K. Sawyer - Vocal Music
Gevienne Smith - Library Science
Kathryn Steffee - Art
Harold Pixley - Instrumental Music
Robert Wilson A Guidance
John Primosic w Industrial Arts
Joseph Edwards Industrial Arts
Howard H. Waite A Machine Shop
Elsa Rinkenberger - Homemaking
Susan L. Bacon A Homemaking
lda C. Cardamone - Commercial
Kenneth E. Wolfe - Commercial
Grace S. Burns - Commercial
Margaret McNeil - Commercial
Wayne Eakin - Geography
Gertrude Kendall - Social Studies
Byron P. Masters - School Studies
Ruth Shorts - Social Studies
Grace Mc Climans - Social Studies
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P. Amon, R. Eaton, L. Boughner, R. Barrett, P. Cun-
ningham. Row 2: R. Adams, S. Bolmer S. DeWoody,
N. Crisman, D. Bartlett, R. Borell, R. Brown, S.
Blair, M. Boughner. Row 3: L. Fahey, D.
Dille, M. Alyesworth, E. Bean, H. Camp-
bell, L. Callan, A, Dailey. Row 4: G.
Abel, D. Blanchard, P. Bleakley, W.
Farren, G. Cozad, E. Burns, J.
Row 1: E. Harry, N. Good, M. Johnston, L. Hexamer, B.
Fleming D. James, J. Johnson C. Heufner. Row 2: D.
Henshaw, R. Graham M. Gourley. R. Harter G. Fer-
ringer. G. Gibson L. Graham, R. Heller, J. Fulmer,
Row 3: C. Guilinger. J. Heffern, S. Graham, P. '
Gracey, O. Brown, J. Griffen, S. Hughes, J.
Greenlee, R. Hawkins, B. Johnston. 1
Absent: D. Hricsina, K.Jai11et, 0'
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Row 1: J. O'Brien, I. Macfarlane, M. Jones, J.
McKinley, D. Kreik, B. Kelly, R. Nadig. Row 2:
I. McGinty, A. Leta, C. Kugler, M. Catterhenry,
B. Kryk, D. Long, C. Luton, Row 3: G. Kresen-
ski, J. Miller, T. Keating, G. Morgan, J. Novak,
D. Keller, C. Luppino. Row 4: E. McDowell, C.
Mitchell, R. Moulton, R. Lang, D. Klingensmith,
L. Kinnear. Absent: E. Lang, G. Carter.
Row l: Sue Fogle Sandy Sciarrone, Mary Owens.
Angela Nestos. Sally Harris, Alice Shaffer. Row 2:
Sally Hughes. Charlotte Rennard, Mary Noggle, Doro-
thy Reiinger, Julia Ann Simons, Carol Sibley, Jeanne
Reeves. Row 3: Lewis Green, Louella Dennis, Shirley
Retiz, Virginia Pachla, Barbara Norris, Julia Reid,
Jane Rhoades, Eleanor Sandieson, Mary Paden, Homer
Page. Row 4: Albert Smith, Chris I-Ieydreck, Alan
Pedley, Gene Ringbauer, Willard Simpson, Wayne Rice.
President .... Donovan Blanchard
Vice President . Eugene Kresenski
Secretary . . . Margaret Gourley
Treasurer . . . Angela Leta
f',:v'i7 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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5 3 Row 1: Robert Stoebe, Janet Zil-
f s bf haver, Joyce Hoover, Jill Sutman,
Carol Yetka, Rose Coast, William Sny-
der. Row 2: Charles Stainbrook, Grace
Smith, Patricia Muse, Betty Wood, Joan
Spackrnan, Marjorie Sutley, Roberts Young,
Robert Hovis. Row 3: Ronald Young, Betty Lou
Morrison, Betty Morrison, Patricia Quigley, Mar-
garet Steele, Elsie Weaver, Robert Wyatt. Row 4:
James Harrison, John Smith, Thomas Wood, Dave
Row 1: Mary Baker, Ann Boughner, Feye Charley, Barbara
Bill, Janice Carner, Julia Boughner, Thomas Ahearn. Row
2: Ethel Conklin, Barbara Beck, Sandra Burgert, Fay
Brenneman, Barbara Barnes Donna Canon James
Anderson. Row 31 Robert Billingsley, Charles
Butters, Donald Carson, Charles Black, Buddy
Carter, Lester Brown. Row 4: Gary Leyda
Kenneth Brown Terrell Atwell Thomas
Brown Herbert Brown Willard Broms
Raymond Burrows, Warren Billingsley, Q b
Richard Brink. qf,
Vice President. . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
. . Nancy Simmons
. Sandra Burgert
. . . Sandra Pyle
. Charles Butters
Row 1: Shirley Dahlen, Verla Fulmer, Barbara Filigar,
Mary Doll, Sandra Feltenberger, Ethel Dunlap, IaneEakin,
Savinna Daverspike. Row 2: Iacquilline Deeter, Evelyn
Dalmaso, Helen Fogle, Linda Dingman, Margaret Fellner,
Nancy Crownoble, Ruby Davis, Betty Deeter. Row 31 Paul
Cooley, Donald Cozad, Ronald Deeter, Donald Deets, Jack
Chamberlain, Gene Fry, Robert Ditzenberger, Harold
Graham, Earl Daniels, Fred Cauval. Row 4: Robert Gill-
ingham, Errol Frailey, Charles Feltenberger.
Row 1: Maxine Gregory, Beverly Hughes, Beverly Keller,
Marilyn Kuhn, Marlene Lang, Mary Kirk, Areta Knooi-
huizen, Row 21 Jack Kunselman, Patricia Keely, Carol
Lilley, Sara Greenlee, Connie Green, Yvonne Hoover,
Peggy Grove, Frances O'Brien. Row 3: Gene McFarland,
Fred Luppino, James Graner, Gordon Hoover, Richard
Gregory, Gerald Hovis, Peggy Kelly, Connie Hughes,
James Johnston, Vida Henry. Row 4: William McDaniel,
Bob Hoover, Clifford Marwood, William Martin, Brandt
Harding, Chuck Jones, George Hook, Walter Heffern
, A Row 1: Virginia Silata, Esther
4 Q Peterson, Sandra Pyle, KittyRiv-
Q ers, Zeetah Sharer, Effie Ruby,
2: Rebecca Schull, Florence Reib, Bev-
erly Rice, Barbara Ralston, Peggy Porter,
Mary Rodgers, Patty Rose, Judy Royer. Row
3: Judson Shannon, Neil Rhines, Paul Shaffer,
Larry Sheehan, Gerald Riddle, Bryl Shaffer,
Geor e Hook Edward Riddle Don Shilliday Ron-
, Gail Sechler, Nancy Simmons. Row
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ald Smith. Row 4: Dennis Martin, Earl Smith, Ron-
ald Snyder, James Shilliday, Loren Reitz, Robert
Rhoads, Larry Snyder, George Sifter, Benjamin Reid.
Row 1: Cyrena McCarty, Joan Cherry
Nancy Cross, Pat Nicklin, Susan Mc
Carter, Marelyn Maitland, Gloria Perry,
Betty Morrison. Row 2: Joan Murdock,
Betty McCune, Mary McGinty, Melissa Par-
ker, Nancy McClelland, Carol Miller, Anna
Nicklin, Evelyn Prenatt, Carol McGinty, Mary
Pastor, Joanne Mott. Row 3: Denny Morris, Ells-
worth Moon, Harold Reed, Jim Moorehead, George
Minnigh, Mick Olson, Frank Ramfos, John Ralston.
Row 41 John Montgomery, Glen Mclntire, Bill
Murphy Clair Newton, John Merck, Don Mitchell,
Jay Poindexter, Allen Neely.
Row 1: Mary Bargar, Elsie Sollinger, Alice Thomas,
Nancy Tidd, Patricia Tarr, Janet Le Grand, Mary
Wood, Mary Wright. Row 2: Beverly Russel, Eunice
Whitfield, Mary Ann Snell, Marie Woodford, Gwen
Wyant, Nancy Yeager, Kay Temple, Judith Smith.
Row 3: Allan Vokelek, John Vergis, Jay Reynolds,
Richard White, Melvin Ward, Glenn Voordeis, Rob-
ert Woods, Charles Thompson, Harry Swartzfager.
Row 4: Harry Mclilhaney, Kenneth Van Brussel, Rob-
ert Tidd, Duane Hovis, Robert Wyant, Allan Sterner,
Lawrence Willyoung, Richard Wood.
Missing from picture: Richard Hovis, Robin Weigel.
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Marilyn Wargo Pat Wile Marjorie
Thomas Beverly Spence Marcella Went
A s worth Anna Willyouug Daneen Wolfkeil
,x N Row2 Betty Staron Louise Taylor PatSmith
Wheeler Gladys Pollock Row 3 Ronnie Whitman
Lanny Whitman Bobby Wood Dick Thompson Bill
Wyant Richard Voloshin B111Voko1ek Row 4 Wal
lace Uber Richard Uber Tom Van Brussel Reed Wyant,
Bill Wilkinson David Young Ronald Wilson Donaldwilson
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Row l: Benny Bennett, Daryl
Bisk, Sarah Carlson, Gai1Black,
Barbara Charlton, Beverly Bough
ner, Robert Burch, Peter Amberson,
emi, Zella Coast, Judy Aylesworth, Leni
Bopple, Sally Burrell, Peggy Brakeman, Mar-
lene Bingham, Bernard Baker. Row 3: Janice
Chamberlin, Barbara Coccamo, David Beals,
James Brown, Delbert Bickel, James Campagna,
Richard Carson, Barry Boughner, Charles Bark. Row
4: Larry Anderson, Haven Armstrong, Larry Carson,
William Campbell, Allan Bimeler, William Bellis.
Allan Bevington. Row 2: Connie Cang-
Row 1: Kay Galbrieth, Patty Gibbons, Irene Deeter, Donna
Mae Deeter, Delores Fry, Mary Jane Foster, Barbara Finch.
Row 2: Mary Fahey, Elaine Cropp, Betty Davis, Jane Foster,
Pat Denny, Donna Fultz. Row 3: Marvin Nichols, KenFel-
tenberger, John Doyle, Russell Fulmer, Don Davies, John
Cooley, Bob Edkin, John Davis, Roland Davis. Row 4: Tod
Douglas, Dick Dunlap, Bemard Cozad, Donn Douglas, Bob
Dennis, Charles Ferry, Stephen Gehring.
Row 1: Phyllis Hanna, Ruth ,- . x ,
Harry, Roberta Gurnee, Anna X I 0'
Grave, Joyce Hovis, Nancy J 5 '
Hall, Lucille Johnson, A K'
Nancy Johnson. Row 5 '
2: Connie Hecka-
rlwrn. Barbara Janice Hires, Marilyn
Hovis, Susan ff Johnson. Mari' Jones, Wil
HZIICI, 3 la Hersman, John Jewell
Kather- Q: 5 Row 3: Harry Heller, Paul Har
U12 Q ' ry, William Heximer, William
Heller. Y f Hays, Raymond Griffin, Bob Grill
0 Robert Hamerlee, Larry Hoover. Row
,I 4: David Hixon, Lee Gilliland, John
, 'les, John Gracy, Frank Green, Buzz
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Nancy Lawson, Mary King, Mary Kryk,
Peggy Lowers, Susie McQuaide, , fl
Barbara Kinnear. Row 2: Jaunita J.
Kerr, Darlene Miller, Ruth ," 'Ng
Mcvay, Sylvia Kyle, Aud- 5 gs
rey Lawson, Saundra Mc V V '
Alevy. Row 3: James A' Row 4:
McFarland, Bill Mc Bill Mays,
Cullough, Ronnie , ' Bud Miller,
Kelley, Rolf Bill Judy, Larry
Lindholm, ,, Meeham, Don
Bill Ken- P 4 ' Lynn, Tom McElroy,
dall, Jack A Don McKinley, Mr.
Mays. 9' Dutkin.
Row 1: Edward Morris, William Nicklin, Francis Pastor,
June Morris, Carrie Morrison, Henora Myers, John Monarch,
Jerry Monarch. Row 2: Bob Hughes, Dick Moorehead, Phyl-
lis Owens, Bonnie Neeley, Nancy Morris, Irma Miller, Jim
O'Sullivan, Roy Morrison, Steve Osgood. Row 3: Bill Pedley
Paul Miller, Richard Tinney, Larry Ohler, Bill Orr, Tom Mil-
ler, Bill Moon, Tom Moses, Dick Novak, Joe Pastor.
Row 1: Robert Graham, Elaine White, Barbara Sny-
der, Roberta Sutton, Judy Valeski, Norma Thomas
Sandra Thayer, Margaret Gillette, Marilyn
Stuck. Row 2: Roger Sloan, Judy Wareham,
Jane Zarzeczny, Jane Morris, Jonja Stan-
ton, Carol St. Clair, Anna Mae Stems,
Carol Vogus, Marilyn Wood, Marie
Yarnell. Row 3: Edward
Thomas, Ralph Wagner,
Ted Voleski, Bill
Row 1: Wilbovene Frailey, Nancy Gregory, Dorothy Finch,
Martha Goodwill, Marilyn Oakes, Mary Haggerty, Connie
Harrah, Martha Griffen, Janet Harrah. Row 2: Celia Dover-
spike, Dana Ditzenberger, Pauline Fellner, Freda Crisman,
Dianna Hartman, Pat Hanna, Phyllis Graham, Margaret Har-
ris. Row 3: Bob Finch, Mike Harris, Bob Green, Daryl Ferry,
Charles Phipps, Richard Dunlap, Andrew Maitland, Jay Bailey.
Row 4: Joe Harris, Dand Dodd, Eugene Patterson, John Delo,
David Graham, James Dick, Ray Brown.
Row 1: Richard Weigel, Su-
san Heasley, Conslauce
Hefferman, Jo Ann
lyn Oakes, Carol
Row 2: James D.
Hoover, Jon Allebach,
Jean Hamilton, Barbara
Larchaw, Maxine McKin-
ley, Pat Morrison, Genveive
Montgomery, James Krizon.
Row 3: Daniel Beals, James E.
Hoover, Richard Mattern, Judson Van
Houten, James Jones, Clair Cotterman,
John Henry. Row 4: Thomas Irwin, Edward
Hughes, Richard Henson, Harold Hovis, Ed-
ward Maloney, Gerald Kelley.
Sabota. Row 4:
Charles Sharon, George
Sires, Donald Woods, Jack
Snyder, James Cambell, Er-
nest Swartsfager, Dick Taylor,
Row 1: Jane Reed, Ann Smith, Clara Phipps, Andris Pryer,
Mary Settlemire, June Riffle, Peggy Phipps, Pat Rhodes,
Row 2: Jean Puleo, Shirley Rumbergher, Mary Power, Vir-
ginia Rhodes, Angela Puleo, Barbara Rhimbolt, Pat Riley,
Margaret Reed. Row 3: Jack Reed, Reggie Smith, Don
Spencer, Dave Smith, Tom Stanley, Dick Shouey, Bob Sut-
ley, Paul Singleton, Wayne Rarer, Chuck Snell. Row 4:
Bill Sali, Don Pointdexter, William Roberts, Dick Rhodes,
Bob Simons, Rickie Sloan, Lewis Stuck, Carter Rila.
Larry Beightal Anna
Judy Bayer, Doris
Karen Beggs, Nan-
n Lois Beers,
Row 1: R. Kinnear, G. Phenicie, E. Blakeley, F. Blakely,
S. Plyler, B. Painter, B. Robson. Row 2: D. Myers, L.
Sprankle, C. Shouey, G. Smith, M. Parker, L. Patterson,
D. Neidich, J. Maxwell. Row 3: D. Ralston, B. Blakley,
M. Richardson, B. Reagle, J. Nestos, C. Minnich. Row 4:
J. Richardson, G. Seeley, M. Perrine, L. Polley, R. Reitz.
Row 5: B. Rhodes, C, Pixley, P. Ritchey, K. Ream, C.
Russell, S. Smith.
Row 1: James Voor-
hies, Betty Woodford,
Pat Sisney, Barbara Smith,
Joan Staron, Mary Tidd, Shirl
ey Wolfe, Judy Stalker, Mary
Vergis. Row 2: Howard Stucke,
Martha Sopher, Shirley Fellner, Vir-
ginia Steele, Helen Sires, Leora Sharrer,
Rachel Whitfield, Elizabeth Whitfield. Row
3: Joe Stewart, John Welshan, William White,
Leroy Ward, Bill Wheeling, George Kruger, Nor-
man Sharp, William Wible. Row 4: LaVerne Went-
worth, Thomas White, John Fellner, Barry Trotter, Ken
neth Ward, George Yard, James Stroup, Fred Snow.
Fay Beers, Carol An-
derson, Buddy Beach.
Row 3: Dick Harrison, Bill
Burkhardt, Larry Botts, Melvin
Baughman, Fred Bruckman, Ger-
ald Bowan, David Crawford, Arthur
Row 1: Ach Bleakley, Erma Fellner, Carolyn Farren, Marilyn Ekis,
Kathy Cooley, Carol Brown, Jeanne Beggs, Carol Beach, Judy Barnes,
Bill Butters. Row 2: John Aylesworth, Kathy Eakin, Alice Carner,
Karen Conklin, Helen Burrell, Karol Conklin, Marilyn Canon, Peggy
Amberson, Darlene Baker, John Beightol. Row 3: Doris Deeter, Del-
la Cross, Eva Collingwood, Judy Brown, Alberta Dean, Barbara Beigh-
tol, Mike Alaire, Lee Barker. Row 4: Gaines Bodien, John Bean, De
Wayne Brinker, John Breene, John Brown, Bill Beach, CharlesBaugh-
man, Charles Cherry.
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Row 1: Ethel Holland, Shirley Lawson, Nancy Haylett,
Rosemary Mahaffey, Juanita Kendall, Doris McCune,
Edith Henderson, Nancy Manoske, Holland Gurnee, Rob-
ert Harrah. Row 2: Dorothy Gordon, Frances Lockart,
Connie McCall, Dorothy Lowers, Cora Harry, Sally Lin-
ger, Embert Delong, Chester Hawkins. Row 3: June Lazo,
Janice Healey, Audry Kirwin, Renee Hoover, John Edgos,
Daryl Haylett, Ronald Hawke, Lynn Doll, Row 4: Ronald
Doyle, Patsy Fonzo, Gerald Hoover, Charles Grove, Wil-
liam Deeter, Raymond Deal.
Row 1 Dick Perrine, Bonnie
Sheasley Grace Gillette, Doris
Doutt Meredith Reagle, LarryCot-
ter-man Sondra Richardson, Rita Rob-
bins Linda Rice Shirley Philips, Barbara
Saeli Row 2 Janice Schultz, Mary Dick,
Nancy Rice Mabel Hamilton Carol Ritz,
Phyllis Ritchey Slurley Doutt Carol Reynolds,
Suzanne Sheasley, Lois Rodahaver. Row 3: Bob
Peterson, Paul Reed, Ralph Plumer, John Eshelman,
Larry Morris, Ed Rumberger, Ray Perry, Joe Mott, Ger-
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Keller Susan Keller, Roberta Mil-
, ler Barbara Gorr Lynda Shawgo, Mari
lyn Sue Miller Marilyn Orr, Linda O'
s Polka Sue McClelland. Row 3: Donald
Lawrence Richard Galnac Wallace McDou-
gall Marilyn Miller Ardyth Harris, Carolyn
Hummel, Roxie Orr, Carol Parry, Sally Gibb, Isa-
bell Timney, Row 3: Blaine Kuhn, Dick Hughes, Bill
Nogar, Georgia Stefanokos, Hazel Neeley, Carolyn Pheni
cie, Jim Hoover, William McCauley. Row 4: Roy Blair,
Robert McCauley, Floyd Lyles, Joseph Lawson, Ted Kelly,
Richard Le Grand, Mrs. Troxwell.
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Row 1: L. Eshelman, S. Richards, P. Fahey, A. Power, T. Keating,
M. Gourley, B. Fleming, H. Zagorski, S. Walker, P. Cropp, C. De-
long. ROW 2: A. Leta, P. Muse, R. Eckel, D. Runninger, J. Clark,
C. Rebert, J. Davies, R. Weiss, Row 3: J. Vergis, P. Dillman, J.
Burch, J. McKissick, D. Dixon, J. Fulmer, C. Baker, E. McDowell,
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Row 1: R. Stoebe, R. Weiss, R. Reitz. Row 2: J. Clark, Row 1: M. Foster, C. Phipps. J. Andre, D. Rhodes, M,
B. Synder, C. Delong, S. Welshans. A. Power, V. Lar- Vergis, P. Lowers, R. Hawke, Row 2: A. Dale, P.
kin, Row 3: M. Gourley, I. Griffen, A. Leta, V. Wile, S. Harter, A. Pulea, P. Brakeman, I. Monarch,
Young, J. Spackman, R. Brown, N. Simmons. Row 4: C. Boughman, Row 3: J. Lazo, P. Graham, S. Taylor,
I. LeGrande, K. Temple, H. Fogle, B. Burgert, B. I. Allebach, C. Pixley, Y. Whitmer, M. Harris, Row
Bames, V. Henry. Row 5: R. Deeter. 4: D. Huber, B. Muse, D. Beals, D. Beals, D. Schmitt
B. Reitz, B. Kelly, R. Blair.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Row 1: B. White, B. Hughes, L. Johnson, L. Graham, P. Phipps, S. 1-leasley, C.
Beach. Row 2: S. Walker, P. Porter, B. Boughner, P. Hanna, T. Moses. Row 3:
B. Kinnear, L. Callan, B. Dobes, L. Dingman, B. Russell.
SENIOR FRENCH CLUB
Row 1: Phyllis Hores, Sandra Richards, Carolyn Rebert, Ruth Barrett.
Row 2: Joyce Neider, Florence Lawson, Georgia Morgan, RitaBrown,
Dolores Runninger, Margie Jones. Row 3: Peggy Steele, Linda Cal-
lan, Julie Simons, Ruth Borell, Esther Lang, Pat Gracy. Row 4:8111
Martin, Ed Riddle, Willard Broms, Jerry Fulmer, Judy Heffern, D.
DEBATE C LUB
Row 1: K. Rivers, R. Borell, D. Rhoades, N. Sim-
mons, S. Richards. Row 2: C. Phipps, K. Heher,
A. Dale, M. Bailey, P. Rose, A. Knooihuizen.
Row 3: M. L. Rodgers, J. Royer, E. Prenatt, B.
Burgert. Row 4: T. Moses, I. Fulmer, B. Reid.
SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS
Row 1: D. Clark, N. Cangemi, P. Carleson, N.
Jewell, D. Dunlap. Row 2: L. Barnicle, E. Mc
Kinley, N. Widel, B. Beach, D. Wood, D.
Rhoads, Miss Rinkenberger.
COURTESY C LUB
Row 1: D. Cannon, S. Walker, V. Larkin, M. Widel, V.
Pachla, J. LeGrand, E. Prennar, K. Rivers. Row 2: T.
Keating, G. Morgan, L. Fahey, I. Spackman, S. Hughes,
P. Steele, 1. Griffin, H. Zagarski, D. Runninger. Row 3:
S, Welshans, S. Andrews, P. Fahey, F. Reib, C. Petroni,
C. Pulea, B. Stuck, R. Boyer, S. Hughes. Row 4: I.
Davies, J. Royer, P. Rose, H. Fogle, C. Miller, R. Har-
ter, P. Ditzenbiuger, L. Heckathorne. Row 5: N. Barlow,
B. Beach, B. Charley.
C. McCartney, B. Mor-
rison, B. Russel, C. Mil-
ler, F. Paden, C. Tilly,
C. Adams, P. Hories, N.
Pryer, R. Graham, E. Lang,
C. Pipicella, P. Amon, J.
Clark, I. Davies, G. Lar-
kin, B. Daly, E. Mawhin-
F. T. A.
Row 1: L. Fahey, C. Kugler, B. Fleming. Row 2: S. An-
drews, I. McFarland, J. Kuhns, T. Keating, R. Brown, J.
Miller, G. Morgan, J. Spackman. Row 3: S. Graham, R.
Boyer, B. Beach, A. Gyder, P. Muse, R. Borell, V. Young
N. Barlow. Row 4: W. Edwards, R. Weiss.
PROIECTORS CLUB STAGE CREW
Row 1: M. Stackhouse, I. Montgomery, R. Stoebe, C. Row'1: J. Gramlich J Kunselman Row2 I
Smith. Row 2: D. Mitchell, B. Johnston, D. Sifter, R. Wlulams- Ml' Pflmoslc A Sfemef
Hovis, D. Dewoody.
WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK
NINTH GRADE DRAMATIC CLUB
Row 1: B. Bellis, D. Rhoades, R. Whitman, T. Moses. Row 2: C
Cangemi, D. Fry, N. Hall, P. Brakeman, N. Bucklen, S. Burrell,
P. Phipps, J. Chamberlain. Row 3: D. Wolfkiel, B. Young, C.
Burns, C. Phipps, M. Bailey, D. Coleman, E. Cropp, B. Charlton.
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Mrs. Masterson Miss Swift
Business Advisor Literary Advisor
Sonnie Welshans, Business Editor, Chuck Bennett, Co-Editor
Catherine Pipicella, Editor.
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Row 1: L. Fahey, B. McFetridge, C. Kugler, J. Sutman, M. A.
Owens, A. Nestos, N. Barlow, S. Hughs. Row 2: P. Gracy, S.
Heffern, G. Ferringer, T. Keating, V. Pachela, L. Graham, I.
Reed, J. Reeves, B. Norris. Row 3: R. Nadig, C. Mitchell, B.
Dewoody, J. Heffern, G. Morgan, J. Vergis, R. Borrell, J. Run-
ninger. Not in the picture--J. Davies, E.I. Delo, P. Ditzen-
berger, B. Hanna, J. McFarlane, B. Norris, C. Rennard, E.
CHE Franklinite Staff of the 1953 year-
book has worked very hard to bring
you this book. The art work was done by
Cathy Pipicella, Chuck Bennett, Iim Ver-
gis and Ion Davies. Jim Runninger was re-
sponsible for most of the photographs. The
staff members meet in Rooms 200 and 202,
under the supervision of Miss Swift and
Mrs. Masterson, during Activity Period
and after school. Many extra hours were
necessary to make all the plans and pre-
pare the pages. After taking pictures, ar-
ranging and identifying them, Writing the
articles, pasting everything on the proper
page and raising the money to pay for the
book, it is sent to be published. For the
first time the Franklinite will contain a
history of school events for the wholeyear.
The staff hopes that all the students of
Franklin Junior-Senior High School will en-
joy this book.
FA" 3 u -
- igs Carol Yetka, Feature Editor
Sandy Richards, Editor
Mary Ann Owens, News Editor
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Row 1: Bonny Miller, Joanne McKinley, Linda Shawgo, Irma Miller, Darlene
Miller, Sandra Richards, Beverly Snyder, John Eshelman. Row 2: Joyce Nei-
der, Beverly Hughes, Esther Lang, Barbara Fleming, Virginia Steele, Carol
Yetka, Mary Jane Widel, Row 3: Diana Hartman, Ray Ruffing, Nancy Sim-
mons, Pat Rose, Anna Gyder, Rita Cauvel, Glennis Gibson. Row 4: Joyce
Griffen, Willa Edwards, Sonnie Welshans, Carolyn Corrin.
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UR school paper is published once a
month during the school year. Our
adviser is Miss Graham and the Editor
this year was Sandra Richards. The bus-
iness staff, under Mrs. Kendall sells the
advertising that helps to pay for the pa-
per. The staff members meet in Room
207 once a week, where they learn how to
write a newspaper column. Sandy gives
out the assignments to the members of
the staff, and they are given a certain
length of time to get the material, write
it up and present it. After the selected
stories have been typed, the material is
sent to the News Herald for printing, af-
ter which the circulation staff distributes
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JUNIOR HIGH FRENCH CLUB
Row 1: Susan Heasley, Mary Jane Haggerty, Phyllis Graham,
Jon Albebach, Connie Harrah, Dana Ditzenberger. Row 2:
Shirley Wolfe, Pat Hanna, Dianna Hartman, Joan Staron,
Virginia Steele, Mary Vergis, Judy Stalker. Row 3: Norman
Sharp, Leora Snarren, Marie Morris, Dolly Sires, Janet Har-
rah, Freda Cripman, John Welshans. Row 4: Charles Phipps,
Barry Trotter, Joe Stewart, Jim Jones, Thomas Irwin, Bob
Reitz, Bill Whitmer.
SEC TION B
Row 1: Shirley Pyler, Carolyn Oakes, Carol Mattern, Jo
Ann Knooihuizen, Esther Blakely, Mary Parker. RoW'2:
Donna Ralston, Maxine McKinley, Genevieve Montgom-
ery, Georganne Seeley, Charyl Pixley, Barbara Latshaw.
Row 3: Richard Mattern, Jim Hoover, George Smith, Bill
Wible, Jerry Nestos, Howard Yard, Corrino Russell, James
Row 1: P. Kelley, C. Hefferman, B. Reagle,
J. Robson, M. Richardson, B. Painter. Row
2: A. Lindberg, L. Blakely, P. Richey, M.
Tidd, S. Fellner, P. Fellner, S. Shawgo.
Row 3: D. Hovis, Tom Thomas, D. Beals,
G. Kruger, L. Ward, J. Welshans.
ME AND MY SHADOW
Mr. Newell presenting awards Presentation of both Amer- Dick Rhvads receiving
at J r. High Promotion. icall 14981011 AW2I'dS- American Legion Award
GIHLS, GIRLS, GIRLS
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB - SECTION A
Row 11 B. Miller, M. Settlemire, P. Hanna, I. Hovis, L. Johnston, R.
Gurney, A, Grove, J. Aylesworthf 'Row 2: M. Reed, B. Dobbs, B. Spence,
M. Power, A. Puleo, D. Fry, I. Deeter. Row 3: M. Johnston, A. Smith,
M. Bingman, C. Burns, B. Hovis, C. Hickhorn, J. Puleo, S. Lowry.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB - SECTION B
Row 1: M. Fahey, P. Phipps, I. Woods, P. Merck. Row 21 D. Wolfkiel
K. Heher, C. Kockler, N. Hall, M. Foster, C. Phipps, M. Bailey, P.
Brakeman, Row 3: S. Rumberger, S. Harter, J. Chamberlain, A. Dale,
S. Burrell, E. Cr0PP. B. Steele.
The girls, basketball games at noon.
Row 1: N. Keil, M. Owens, A. Boughner, P. Fahey, N. Wile, J. Le Grand, K. Rivers, J. Brown, C. DeLong,
C. Ritz, B. Barns, L. Heckathorne. Row 2: C. Rennard, R. Boyer, M. Conklin, L. Graham, M. Gourley, D.
Bartlett, M. Johnston, A. Leta, M. Maitland, I. Rover, P. Rose, N. Simmons. Row 3: V. Larkin, J. Heffern,
M. Paden, B. Stuck, S. Hovis, P. Stallone, R. Weis, C. Rebert, D. Runninger, D. Dille, K. Temple. Row4:
W. Billingsley, D. Harris, J. Greenlee, R. Billingsley, K. Jaillet, B. Reid, H. Brown, D. DeLong, E. Riddle,
D. DeWoody. Row 5: D. Klingensmith, D. Blanchard, R. Seeley, C. Bennett, B. DeWoody, R. Reitz, J.
Cooley, B. Harding, G. Kresenski, C. Smith.
MUSIC C OUNCIL
Row 1: Carol Yetka, Virginia Young, Angela Nestos, Dave
DeWoody, Charlotte DeLong, Peggy Fahey, Coyla Ritz.
Row 2: Willa Edwards, Don Blanchard, Jim Wolfe, Beverly
Left to right: Kenneth Jaillet, Miss Sawyer, Dave DeWoody,.
Carroll Smith, Joan Miller, Louise Graham, Peggy Fahey, '
Coyla Ritz, Kitty Rivers.
GIRLS' GLEE C LUB
Row 1: K. Rivers, M. Kryk, H. Zagorski, B. Kelly, M.J,
Wiclel, R. Luppino, R. Graham, L. Callan, N. Johnston,
R. Barrett, J. Hovis, Row 2: M. King, F. Brenneman, J.
Boughner, S. Walker, R. Boyer, M. Johnston, M. McGinty,
B. Barnes, P. Porter, B. McFetridge, J, Royer, Row 3: A.
Wasson, L. Heckathorne, B. Fileger, A. Shaffer, R. Ruffing,
N. Simmons, C. DeLong, C. Ritz, P. Hores, S. Welshans,
A. Powers, C. Petrini, P. Fahey, Row 4: P. Rose, B. Hovis
B. Ralston, C. Puleo, S. Richards, V. Larkin, N. Keil, J.
Heffern, M. Paden, C. Pipicella, B. Harris, S. J. Hughes,
J. Simons, D. Dille, M. Maitland, S. McCarter.
MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row 1: D. Harris, W. Billingsley, D. Fidler, G. Boughner, H. Reed, P. Cooley, C. Mitchell, G. Carter, K.
Brown, R. Deeter. Row 2: E. Riddle, J. Cherry, R. Seeley, R. Billingsley, W. Crisman, D. DeLong, C. Smith,
J. Greenlee, R. Brink, B. Reid, B. Wilson, D. Henshaw. Row 3: B. Dewoody, C. Bennett, D. Dewoody, R.
Reitz, T. Atwell, G. Mclntire, E. Gilliland, D. Klingensmith, E. Burns, D. Blanchard, E. McDowell, C. But-
ters, G. Kresenski.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Row 1: E. Dalmaso, B. Bell, N. Crisman, P. Kelly,
S,M, Hughes, E. Sandieson, B. Stuck, N. Good, J.
McKinley, P. Tarr. Row 2: P. Ditzenberger, N.
Cross, S. Dewoody, V. Fulmer, J. Camer, S. Hovis,
B. Boughner, B. Beach, J. Spackrnan, N. J. Mook,
V. Pachla, F. Chatley. Row 3: S. Andrews, E.
Mawhinney, M. Karns, C. Luton. D. James, D.
Canon, S. Bolmer, R. Brown, C. Hughes, M. Ayls-
worth, J. Hoover, J. McFarland, J. Reeves. Row 4:
S. Heffern, J. Kuhns, G. Smith, I. Reid, G. Fer-
ringer, B. Hughes, A. Colella, P. Kelly, L. Ding-
man, B. Burgert, J. Zilhaver, J. Griffen, B. Norris,
Row 1: J. McFarland, L. Fahey, C. Kugler, V.
Young, S. Buckley, F. Graham, J. Kuhns, J.
Stalker, S. Pyle, C. Kockler. Row 2: J. Eshel-
man, B. Barnes, M. Owens, B. Fleming, T.
Keating, M. Wilmoth, K. Julliet, C. Smith, C.
Corrin, J. Wolfe, I. Turner, R. Brown, I. Bailey,
D. Spencer, M. Jones, B. Dewoody. Row 3, J.
Allebach, W. Kiskadden, N. Barlow, D. Wolfe-
kill, M. Timony, J. Harris, J. Fulmer. D. Bar-
lett, R. Borell, P. Muse, Mr. Pixley. Row 4:
C. List, C. Yetka, A. Nestos, R. Shannon, W.
Edwards, D. Rhoades, B. Johnson, G. Morgan,
B. Muse, H. Campagni, R. Davis, Row 5:
Blair, E. Dalmaso, B. Pedley, J. Runninger, D.
Hricsina, D. Rhoades, N. N. McCelland, A. Gyder
PIANO - A. Gourleyg BASS - D. Hircsinag DRUM - J. Wolfe:
CORNETS - B. Snyder, D. Blanchard, D. Dewoodyg TROMBONES -
T. Moses, B. Pedley, SAXOPHONES - R. Borrell, P. Muse, D. Bar-
lett, R. Shannon, A.
Row 1: C. Congemi, M. Noggle, D. Beal, C. Bark,
C. Smith, I.'Wo1fe, D. Beals, L. Hexamer, P.
Steele, C. Ritz. Row 2: P. Nicklin, C. List, A
Nestos, R. Shannon, D. Rhoades, B. Johnson, V,
Young, C. Yerka, B. Fleming. Row 3: D. Hric-
sina P Porter B Muse D Dewood D Blan
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bhard, M. Parker, B. Pedley, T. Moses, N. Mc
Celland, W. Kiskadden, A. Gyder, Mr. Pixley,
P. Muse, G. Perry, S. Harris.
Nestos, T. Harry, C. Yetka, Mr. Pixley.
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OCIHE members of the Senior class chose Sandra.
Welshans to reign over them at the Frosty Foot-
ball. Rita Eckel was chosen as Sandra's senior at-
tendant while Angela Leta and Margaret Gourley were
her Iunior attendants.
Sandra's escort was Iohn Harris and her junior at-
tendants were escorted by Dave Snyder and Russell
Moulton. Rita Eckel's escort, Charles Power is not in
DANCING IN THE DARK
The queen and
The members of
Some of the
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CN' HE Class of 1953 chose as its Iunior play
a very different drama. "Ghost Wanted"
takes place on a lonely island off the coast, in
an old mansion just made for haunting. The
players assemble as a result of an ad reading
"Ghost Wanted" and the fun begins. The play,
under the direction of Mrs. Burket, was a
great success. Jean Clark was the Student Di-
rector. Sonnie Welshans and Dolores Run-
ninger were the prompters and Iim Runninger
sound effects man.
Row 1: Shirley Hovis, Lenore Eshelman, Peggy
Stallone, Anita Power. Row 2: Willa Edwards,
Dave Dewoody, Dick DeLong, Wayne Crisman. REMEMBER
Carolyn Corrin, Dick DeLong, Gerry Sonnie Welshans, Delores Runninger, Dave DeW00dy and Jerry McFarlane.
McFarlane, and Willa Edwards. Jean Clark. and Jim Rurminger.
Anita Power, Dave Dewoody' Peggy Wayne Crissman, Lenore Eshelman, Gene Henderson and Jon Davies.
Stallone. wayne Criggmgn. Shirley Hovis and Peggy Stallone.
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ere cast by Pru by the Courtesy
he witch-girl. Club.
Row 1: J. Macfarland, I. Davies, H. Zagorski, D. Fiddler, S. Welshans, A. Power, Row 2: D. Graham, J. Vergis, D. D6Woody, W.
Crisman, B, Dickson, S. Heffern, D. Boughner, R. Eckel, D. Lake, J. Kuhns, P. Fahey, C. Corrin, S. Richards, B. Cranford, J. Mc
Kissick, B. Maul, W. Edwards, S. Hovis, G. Henderson. Not pictured: D. Patterson, M. Wilmouth, G. Norton.
The main characters are: Dave De The Spirits are: Jerry Macfarland, Janice Everheel and Martha Mears examine
Woody, Sandy Richards, Bob Dickson, Kuhns, Wayne Crisman, Rita Eckel, Denton the deed while the spirit of grandpa
Jon Davies, Bob Cranford, Lake, Shirley l-lovis, Duane Boughner, John looks on. They are: Bob Dickson,
McKissick, Shirley Heffern, Helen Zagorski. Jerry Macfarland and lon Davies.
Dave Dewoody and Sandy Richards The Settlers: Dick Graham, Don Fiddler, 1011 Davies and Bob Cranford as Martha
as Elden Berry and P1-im Stokes, Willa Edwards, Sonnie Welshans, Anita Mears and Tinker.
Power, Jim Vergis, Corky Corrin, Bill
Maul, Peggy Fahey, Gene Henderson.
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The Prom Queen, Marilyn McDowell surrounded by her attendants: Left to right -
Bob Dickson, Albina Monarch, Jim Vergis, Barbara Gealy and Bob Cranford. The
crown bearers were: Larry Beightol, Bobby Finch, and Jimmy Collins.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
B. Shoup, M. Sustak, C. DeLong, V. Larkin, C. Wright, L. Heckathorne, S. Richards, B.
P. Stallone, A. Power.
RE FRESHMENT COMMITTEE
N. Jewell, B. McFeu-id e, R. Ruffin D. Runnin-
ger, S. Buckley, D. Davis, C. Rebert, I. Clark.
I SAW PARIS
Hanna, J. Brown, P. Cropp, D. Wheeling,
B. Snyder, W. Crisman.
Row 1: I. Veigis, G. Boughner, D. Fiddler, R. Wilson.
2: J. Davies, L. Eshelman, W. Kiskadden, S. Andrews,
Welshans, C. Pipicella. Row 3: N. Burchfield, T. Brown,
J. Harris, B. Cranford, G. Carter, C. Bennett.
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"THE' NURSERY BALL"
CNHE major social event of the
year, the Junior Prom,was
held at the Franklin Club. Over
300 guests were present. During
the course of the evening, a
premiere entitled,"The Girl
Next Door", was shown at
the Kayton. After the
movie, breakfast was
served at the Frank-
breakfast was served. Breakfast consisted
of Ham and Eggs, Toast, Coffee, Milk or Juice.
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of the evening was
the crowning of
Rita Eckel as
the Queen by
SN Don Blanch-
movie there was
dancing, and refreshments
were served until 4:00 A. M. when
TRIBUTE TO THE CLASS OF "53"
l. With earthy clay our bodies did they knead,
And in our brain God tried to sow a seedg
Our cultivated knowledge we've derived,
Let us embellish so that all might read
How much the learned ones may be repaid. 'iq
II. The thrill that wraps them in a silken robe, ' 0 W 5 '
And gives them all the luxuries they can hold. 1 5 . - l"j-
Secure are they, who well confer their reign, M' '
'Tis yours to judge, how you will count your gains. ri
. Our class of "53" with unaffected grace,
Shouldered its burden with a smiling face. -
With sorrow, guilt, and pain, by twins dismayed,
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We've reached the goal at last we set ourselves:
To find a seat in this our festive place.
IV. Adieu to all the crowd that we have known,
To all the teachers and their counsel clear,
We must go out to find that which we seek,
To pioneer the wilderness of Truth,
And prove how "53" has been renowned.
Rae Jeannine Ruffing
Class of '53
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OOK there's Mary Ann Guyton repairing wings on flies! Whois that helping her? Oh, it's Helen
There go Barb Dailey and Donna Clark with Jim Krizon, Jim Cherry, Steve Kozyro, Milo Stack-
iouse and Norma Joyce Neider. Theytre entering a rocket ship. Wherets it going? Oh, therels a
sign that says Mars.
Willa Edwards and Shirley Hovis have just been chosen to compete in the women's Olympics.
JVho's the new world billiards champion? None other than Tony Marando!
Jerry Burch! What's he doing? Running a bull-dozer in Tibet.
Peggy Stallone and Millie Sustak are now models and Peggy's specialty is modeling poodle-cuts.
Norma Kiel and Gene Henderson are still holding hands.
There's Chuck Campbell racing by at his usual break-neck speed!
Wayne Crisman's name is in the paper a lot these days. He's just set a new filibuster record.
Carolee Petrini is sitting there patiently embroidering butterflies on soap flakes.
Ted White and Bob Dickson are sitting at their drawing boards busily designing rockets with
Don McCullough and Denton Lake testing them - The brave fellows!
Carolyn Corrin has started a used jewelry shop with all the rings she collected in high school.
Miss Shorts is still looking for Jim Runninger. I wonder if she'll find him.
Bonnie Fellner, Florence Lawson, Nancy Foster, Doris Woods, Don Snyder, Norman Woods,
Elette Stucke and Connie Wilkins all belong to that exclusive society known as the International Set,
ey spend their time dashing madly back and forth across the ocean, attending parties and corona-
Kool cigarettes have a star advertiser now - Jim Gramlich.
Ruth Weiss, Jon Davies and Carolyn Rebert have a nice partnership worked up. Carolyn
eaches people and drives them mad. Jon attempts to cure them but she really makes it worse,
hen Ruth gets the business of really curing them and she sends them back to Carolyn. Nice little
:ircle - huh?
Miss America contestant from Pennsylvania in the year 1964 is Shirley Andrews.
I see Mary Grace Karns washing didies. Oh yes, and there are Nancy Jewell, Betty Shoup and
Lhirley Heffern doing the same.
John Eshelman and Wayne Yarnell have just been acclaimed for writing the two best novels of the
Wanda Kiskaddan set New York apace with her new "jet propelled" hair style.
Did you hear the Jo Stafford show last night? She had Margaret Ann Wilmouth as her guest star.
The new model for mascara is Gary Snyder or haven't you ever noticed his eyelashes.
Gerry McFarlane, the sports announcer, and Dave DeWoody, the disc jockey, are working for
T. B. S. -T. V. Network. Also turning in an expert performance on the same network was Paul Aikin,
me Yo-Yo expert. '
Bob Cranford is the new lawyer for Barbara Hanna, the talkathon queen.
Bob Wilson is doing a caricature of Dick Delong,the famous motor scooter king. 1
The professional archer, Gerry Huff, is working in the new Robin Hood movie.
Nancy Barlow is still trying to understand that joke she heard back in her senior year at F. H. S.
Floyd Urey spends his time polishing brass door-knobs.
Rae J eannean Ruffing has been named the poet laureate of the country.
I Edgar Montegomery, Bill Maul, and George Cozad are competing in the farm show.
, Performing at high school assemblies is Barbara Marshall, the outstanding artist comedienne.
y Chuck Bennett has just finished a 3-month engagement at the Diamond Horseshoe.
. Shirley Walker is a New York social worker.
l Beverly Boughner is weaving Webs in a spider factory.
Out in the forest we see George Carter and his little Boy Scouts.
Jim Vergis has just performed an appendectomyon the Glowworm.
Pete Dillman and Duane Patterson are still running - - from women.
Anne Wasson, Iwonder if she still hides in cellarways after football games.
, Chris Pulleo and Rose Luppino are running an interplanetary guide service. With Ronald Seely,
Pck Davis and Joe Whitfield running some competition.
i Ginger Larkin is setting the styles for 1963.
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Carl Kunselman and Lewie Marshall are both managers of an Isalyls store.
There goes Jim Harris down the street followed by his usual harem.
Jean Clark has decided to take up P. 0. D. in addition to her regular library work.
Boy, there sure were an awful lot of girls who graduated in 1953 who became nurses. Justlook
- there's Linda Heckathorn, Emma Jean Delo, Phyllis Hores, Clara Adams and Barbara McFetridge
- all nurses.
John McKissick, a mechanical engineer, spends his spare time building ant hills.
Senator Nile Burchfield is in Washington with Carol Burnett as his secretary.
Dick Graham and Paul Lusher are two of the Navy's outstanding chemists.
Bob Shoffstall is still hunting at Two Mile Run. What, Bob?
Margie Allen and Janice Kuhns are models for the Catalina bathing suit manufacturers.
George Boughner and Everett Gilliland and Gordon Sechler run a novelty shop. They sell hope
chests, plow shares and T, V. antennas.
Mary Jane Widel,the hostess with the mosfess on the ball, threw a big party in Washington last
Of course by this time Ted Brown and Evelyn McKinley have little Teds and Evelyns running
Paul Milford is the artist who paints the pictures of the exotic flowers which grow in Sam Hus-
ton's greenhouses. y
The newly elected president of the U. S. is none other than Larry Wright with Ronald Young and
Don White and Robinette Boyer as members of the new cabinet.
Carroll Smith and Ted Gealy are now singing with Ralph Flannagan's orchestra.
Evelyn Mawhinney is an alumna of Penn State and she teaches home economics in a large high
The Reynolds were running from women alongwith Pat and Pete, butthey just got so-0-o-o tired
running. Now they're married.
Janice Brown, Neva Cangemi, Roland McCamey and Peggy Fahey and Bill Ramfos are just wait-
ing. For what - who knows.
Look at all the ones who are married! They surely must not have enjoyed office work and clerk-
ing etc. There's Beverly Beach, Sonnie Welshans, Jean McFarland, Connie Brown, Pat Cropp,
Anita Power, Beverly Chatley, Charlotte Delong, Delores Runninger, Helen Lazo, Gladys Lehman,
Rita Eckel, Conna Van Brussel and Betty Ahearn.
We see Lenore Eshelman and Catherine Pipicella going about with crayons, paints, paper and
canvases under their arms. They must be artists now.
Don Fidler is a cartoonist and he draws a comic strip for the newspapers entitled,"Whosit".
The world's champion flagpole sitter has just broken his own record. Don Reed has lived atop
a flagpole for the 'last two years.
John Haylett and Floyd Greegs are growing flowers in the back end of an old car. Iwonder why
theyfre doing that. Do you suppose .... - but then, there's Coyla Ritz and shefs growing petunias in
a coffee pot. Oh my!
Audrey Chamberlain is the only all-woman basketball team in the U. S. and Jim Fleming is her
Alice Hoffman and Beverly Snyder manage their own grocery store now. They got their experi-
ence while at Loblaws.
Howard Campagna is a vent - vent - - - he throws his voice. Harold Reed is his companion
and also he drives the big Cadillac that Howard has made the down-payment on.
Lynda Barnicle is the Sun Tan Girl of 1964. She's advertising Will-Burn Sun Tan Oil.
And there's Beverly McClintock - it's said that she's the only singer in the world with a lost
Dick Anderson and Clair Baker are new and used car dealers.
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C E, the Class of 1953 of Franklin High School, being of as sound a mind and body as could be
expected after six years in Franklin High School, do make and declare this our last will and
?IRST: Burchfield leaves his jokes to anyone who can
To our successors, the Class of 1954,we leave
The Senior Home Rooms, whose teachers will
welcome them with open arms-all eight of them.
Our Lockers, and woe be unto the vandal who
desecrates their hallowed interiors by making
them a resting place for empty pop bottles.
Our meek and mild behavior in assemblies, in-
cluding 155 foam rubber pillows, l55 sets of
earplugs and 155 genuine Chinese back scratch-
The refunds from any Coke bottles they may
find and any other articles of use-such as, yo-
yos, "teachers", rubberbands, bean shooters,
lfirecrackers, squirt guns, the Senior Bulletin
Boards, as well asian assortment of tablets,
pencils, typewriters, chemical paraphernalia
l Miss Smith, our Class Advisor, leaves to all
future class advisors an ample supply of as-
pirin and the following advice:
"Get out now and run as far as you can --
maybe you'll escape!"
As individuals: Q
Betty Ahearn leaves to be with Dick, Margie
Allen leaves her title of the Best Dancer to
Joanne Miller,Dick Anderson zooms off in
his Buick, Shirley Andrews leaves her figure
to Ruth Borell, Clair Baker leaves his wood-
working talents to Lewie Kinnearg Nancy Bar-
low leaves her round-the-town journeys by
car to Dee Dee Campbell, Carol Burnett leaves
her hair to Rosie Harter, Chuck Bennett leaves
his voice to anyone who can handle it, Duane
Boughner leaves his build to Cork O'Brien,
J George Boughner leaves to become a wrestler,
Connie Brown leaves her blond hair to Romaine
Coast, Janice Brown leaves wishing she were
a Senior again so she could be with Bud, Ted
Brown and Evelyn McKinley leave together
making plans to "tie the knot", Jerry Burch
leaves Margie, his Junior sweetheart, Nile
stand to listen to them, George Carter leaves
it to his brother to carry on, Chuck Campbell
leaves with his eyes on a cheerleader named
Lynda, Andrey Chamberlain leaves. and is the
last of the "Chamberlain Girls", Jim Cherry
leaves his Shirley, Donna Clark leaves her
trips to the Coffee Shop to Janice Turner,
Jean Clark leaves her daily after-school visits
to 213 to anyone who can make proper use of
them, Carolyn Corrin leaves the handsome men
of F. H. S. ,George Cozad leaves his lady-
killing ways to Don Moyer, Bob Cranford leaves
his neatness to Ed McDowell, Wayne Crisman
leaves his delicacy and "tact't to Lee Ringbauer
Pat Cropp leaves to visit Thiel College, Bar-
bara Daily leaves her red hair to Helen Fogle,
Jon Davies leaves her nickname of "Frenchie"
to any Junior who wants it, Charlotte De Long
leaves in the glitter of her diamond, Dick De-
long leaves to get away from his brother-in-law
-Wayne Eakin, Dick Davis leaves his "mother"
and "dad", Dave DeWoody leaves his ability On
the trumpet to Don Blanchard, Bob Dickson - the
mad scientist - leaves and,be1ieve it or n0t,- F.
H. S. is still standing, although Miss Rankin
is more unstable: Pete Dillman leaves to get
away from the 'fwomen" Anchors Away! , Rita
Eckel leaves her title as "Prettiest" to
Evelyn Marie Prenatt, Willa Edwards leaves
her athletic ability to Angie Nestos, John Esh-
elman leaves F.H. S. and Mr. Newell in peace,
Lenore Eshelman leaves her unruly blonde
locks to anyone who can take care of them,
Peggy Fahey leaves her wit to Georgia Morg-
an, Jim Fleming leaves his hot rod rides to
Jim Anderson, Ted Gealy leaves his wit to
Chuck Jones, Everett Gilliland - he's just
leaving, Dick Graham leaves his dancing ability
to BillSnyder, Jim Gramlich leaves his work
on Stage Crew to Bill Mayes, Jim Harris
leaves his backwardness to Dick Woods, John
Haylette leaves his large Hvocabularyn to
Lewie Green, Shirley Heffern leaves to be
with her new husband, Shirley Hovis leaves her
gymnastic abilitv to Nancy Simmons, Gerry
Huff leaves his skill in archery to Dan Rhoades,
Sam Huston leaves his long legs to Richard
CLASS WILL lcontinueay i
NadiggNancy Jewell leaves with the new name
Mookg Mary Grace Karns leaves her late
hours to anyone in senior high who can top
them, Norma Jean Keil leaves with Gene,
Steve Kozyro leaves his freckles to Gloria
Perry, Janice Kuhns leaves her best dressed
title to Teresa Keating, Carl and Dorothy
Kunselmna, brother and sister, leave together,
Denton Lake leaves his little blonde cheer-
leader, Susieg Ginger Larkin leaves her title
as neatest to Angie Letag Helen Lazo leaves
to get hitched in July, Gladys Lehman leaves
her skill in Home Economics to Daneen Wolf-
kielg Rose Luppino leaves for her brothers to
take over, Paul Lusher leaves his great imag-
ination to Carter Rilag Lewie Marshall leaves
his good looks to 'Russell Moulton, Bill Maul
leaves his school time naps to Duffy Hricsinag
Evelyn Mawhinney leaves with John to go to
Penn State, Beverly McClintock leaves Chuck,
Bob McElroy leaves his lightening title to Jim
Shillidayg Jean McFarland leaves Ronnie
Synder with tears, Gerry McFarlane leaves
his acting ability to Jerry Fulmerg Barbara
McFetridge leaves her calm, cool, collected
ways to Jill Sutmang John McKissick leaves
his tallness to Albert Smith, Edgar Mont-
gomery leaves to do some farming, Norma
Neider leaves her long hair to Martha Mait-
land, Duane Patterson leaves his title of the
best build to Bill Campbell, Carolee Petrini
leaves to dream of "Walter", Anita Power-
did you see her brand new diamond?g "Chris-
tine" Puleo leaves with the idea to change
her "first" name - wonder why?g Bill
Ramfos leaves his slick ways to Bob Lang,
Carolyn Rebert leaves her title as studious
to Barbara Fleming, Don Reed leaves to be a
minister, Sandra Richards leaves her de-
bating ability to Ruth BarrettgCoyla Ritz
leaves her "black'9 hair to Judy Hefferng Rae
Ruffing leaves her poetic ability to Joan Mc-
Kinley, Delores Runninger leaves her mother-
ly way to Dee Dee Faheyg Jim Runninger leaves
his photographic ability to Chuck Mitchell,
Bob Shoffstall leaves his "selling'7 ability to
Bob Stoebeg Betty Shoup leaves to continue her i
married life with Jack, Carroll Smith leaves
his ability on the drums to Jim Wolfe, Bev-
erly Snyder leaves her size to Louella Den- y
nisg Donald Snyder leaves his flirting ways to ,
Pete Bleakleyg Gary Snyder leaves Carol S. g l
Milo Stackhouse leaves in his Nash Ramblerg
Peggy Stallone leaves her seat in A Cappella
to Louise Graham, Millie Sustak leaves her
quiet manner to Rita Brown, Floyd Urey leaves +
the Commercial classes with all the girls,
Donna Van Brussel leaves to take up further
study on the Navy, Jim Vergis leaves his pop- J
ularity to Gene Kresinskig Shirley Walker
leaves her work on the Red Cross to Linda l
Callan and Julie Simons, Ruth Weiss leaves
her job on the Student Council to Ardie Gour- i
leyg Sonnie 'Welshans leaves to start writing l
letters to Johnny Harris, Ted White leaves
his sense of humor to Bob DeWoodyg Mary
Jane Widel leaves to swoon over Gene, Doris
Woods leaves her driving class in peace,
Wayne Yarnell leaves his girl, Nancyg Don
Fidler leaves for the armed forces along
other fella, in the class g The Senior Cheer-
leaders Beverly, Connie, Lynda, Peggy, and
Sonnie leave for Georgia, Martha, Susie, Peg-
gy, Sallie, and Sally to take over for them,
Clara Adams, Phyliss Ditzenberger, Mary
Ann Guyton, Barb Hanna, Linda Heckathorne,
Phyliss,Hores, Barb Marshall, Anne Was-
son, and Helen Zagorski leaves for nurses'
training: Paul Aiken, Gene Henderson, Cath-
erine Pipicella, Buzz Wilson leaves their
art ability to Ginger Young and Chuck But-
ters, Beverly Beach, Robinnette Boyer, Neva
Cangemi, Emma Jean Delo, Beverly Chatley,
Bonnie Fellner, Nancy Foster, Alice Hoffman,
Bette Stuck, Florence Lawson, and "Wanda
Kiskaddenu leave their shyness to Gwen Fer-
ringer and,Janet Macfarland as they feel
that they can handle it, Tony Marando, Roland l
McCamey, Floyd Greegs, Bob Baker, Howard l
Campagna, Don McCullough, Paul Milford,
Harold Reed, Floyd Reynolds, Gordon Sech- y
ler leave their "shyness'9 to Eddie Burns.
We do hereby appoint as the sole executor of our will "Melvin. " i
In Witness whereof, we the Class of 1953, have set our hand and seal this twenty-second day ofMay y
in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-Three. i
CLASS OF 1953:
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ment, gives the class their
last chance to froiic before
uates. The class of 1953
traveled to Idora Park by
bus and spent a grand and
glorious day on the rides
they become dignified grad-
Mr. Wilson and members of Dave DeWoody and Carroll
the committee serve, cafe- Smith devouring their hot
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and Dance, the class
etoie 5 entertained the School Board,
the Administration, the
Facult and themselves at
the class President, acted
as toastmaster, present-
ing Ted Gealy, Carolyn
Rebert, Gerry McFarlane,
Chuck Bennet, .Ton Davies,
Pete Dillman, Ruth Weiss,
Dick Graham and others,
A who presented toasts, vo-
cal and instrumental num-
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Chrisman and his HHORSEH.
Emma Jean Harris, Joe Mott, Kenny
Henson, Margaret Harris in "Hey
Bop A Re Bop".
lSonnie Welshans, Ken Jaillet, and Carroll
f Smith were a huge success as Sonnie tapped,
lKenny rattled his bones and Cal sang "Ain't
Here we have the chorus line in
"Singing in the Rain".
EIHIS year's Musical Broadcastwas
a huge success as the students of
FHS displayed their talents musically
and otherwise. Chuck Bennett acted as
M. C. and the music was provided by
the FHS swing band. The theme was
"There is No Business Like Show Bus-
iness" and the students really proved
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Bob Dewoody, Carroll Smith, Bill Snyder,
Lenore Eshelman, Rita Eckel.
HIS is the third year that the physical education departments
put on an exhibition for the students and the second year for
the public The exhibition consisted of wand drills, marching and
tumbling for both Junior and Senior girls. The boys performed
difficult feats of the trapeze and ringsthey also marched, tumbled
and performed on the parallel bars and spring board.
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NE of the highlights of the
public gym exhibition was
the'Bronze Men. Some of the
poses were, "The Spirit of 76",
a tug of war, "The Discus Throw-
er "5 swimming, track, football,
basketball, archery, wrestling,
bowling, javelin throwing, and
"Iwo Jima". The most striking
pose was "The Statue of Libertyu
in which Sonnie Welshans was held
on a platform on the shoulders of
the boys. '
Look! No Hands.
Left to right:
Don Carson, Jerry Burch,
Ted Brown, Pat Patterson,
Chuck Mitchell, Dick Graham,
Bill Campbell, Chuck Butters,
Sound off one, two
Left to right:
Will he make it?
Yes, he did.
Over seven barrels,
Here we have Duane Boughner doing a
shoulder balance. This is only one of
the many difficult feats performed on
the trapeze, parallel bars and rings.
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J Our Song had little progress as we went through our first six years, but then the big
day arrived -- we began our first measure, as seventh graders. The tune was a little
difficult to master for we were still young and a little confused. But with the help of
the upperclassmen and the teachers we finished our first measure. Eighth grade was
next -- but it went smoothly for us and soon a second measure was completed. When we
started our next measure, the notes came more clearly for now we were Freshmen! Six
of our girls were chosen Jr. High cheerleaders and a lot of our boys went out for Junior
High basketball and football. Yes, we completed several measures that year, for we felt
we really belonged.
As we floated into our Sophomore year, it was indeed on the wings of our song. Ne
had written our prelude and now we were beginning the verse. The way ahead was going
to be difficult so we chose able leaders. First we were lucky enough to have Miss Smith
as our class advisor, then we chose Jim Vergis for president, Jean Clark for vice-presi-
dent, Rita Eckel for secretary, and Anita Power for Treasurer. We sold basketball pen-
cils and candy for all the plays and the Broadcast. Then for our Sophomore Dance we
chose the theme of "The Thing", we had the gym decorated with question marks and mu-
rals depicting stories of song. As our year drew to a close we chose our class rings and
then our song seemed to be really taking shape.
Our Junior year was our big year and our song needed a lot of work. Agaip we chose
able leaders: Jim Vergis, Bob Dickson, Charlotte Defong, and Anita Power. Our .con-
cessions at the football field were a lot of work, but a lot of fun. When football season
was over we had the basketball games, where we sold pop and candy. During the year our
other money making project was selling stationery. As it neared Christmas, we had our
"Snowflake Ball". After Christmas songs were put away for another year, we went.,to
work again on our song. As well as musicians we found we had a few actors. Our Junior
play was entitled "Ghost Wanted" and was directed by Miss Runninger. The climax of
our big year came when we honored the seniors at the prom called "Evening In Paris".
We'l1 never forget the yards and yards of blue cheesecloth and stars nor our French
cafe' and our art gallery. On the walls were pictures of familiar French scenes and of
course, the Eiffel Tower at one end of the gym. Our song was nearing completion as
our Junior year ended.
After a short summer vacation we all came back for our biggest and best year. Jim
Vergis again led our class, this time on to the finale. He had the help of: Bob Cranford,
Charlotte Delong, and Rita Eckel. Ne sold Christmas cards and then put our song away
for the tradirtional Christmas songs. Soon we went to work again on completing our mas-
terpiece. Our senior play, "Green Valley" directed by Mr. Perrinegwas well liked by
everyone. Something new was done by combining the Football Dance of the Seniors and
the Christmas Dance of the Juniors. At this dance, "Frosty Football", -Sandra Walshans
was crowned football queen, and Rita Eckle her attendant. We also had another football
queen during the year to reign at the Public Relations dance at Oil City and Franklin.
Evelyn McKinley was this queen and her attendant Shirley Andrews. It was our year to
be honored at the prom and to have our banquet, picnic and baccalaureate. And then our
finale -- commencement --. Now our song is finished and we shall sing it as we journey
through life. f For we will never forget OUR SONG, the Spirit of '53!
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CNHE 1952 football
el season started out
with a crushing defeat
by Hickory. Although
our players had the will
to win, they were just
too green for an ex-
perienced squad like
The season got in-
to full swing with our
players working dili-
gently, but we just didn't
seem to get the breaks.
Grove City was a
thrilling game, where
just by one lucky pass
in the end zone, let them
come out the victors at
14-12. Another thrill
packed game was the
Titusville game where
we tied 13-13. In the
game with Meadville,
a lucky pass right to a
player in the scoring
zone, decided the game
for them 7-0.
We did wallop
Kane with a decisive
victory. As far as
playing went and ground
work, we outplayed
Warren and Meadville.
Corry was by far the
best ball club and Punxy
was just too good for us
The last game of the
season as usual, was
with Oil City. The sen-
iors playing their last
game were: Jim Vergis
Nile Burchfield, Duane
Paterson, Floyd Rey-
nolds, Duane Boughner,
Pete Dillman, Ierry
Burch, and Ted Brown.
We brilliantly led dur-
ing the first half, but
due to lack of reserves
we suffered a greatloss
during the last half.
This brought our foot-
ball season to a close.
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Row 1: Mr. Uram and Mascot Nickey, MI. Eakin, S. Kozyro, N. Burchfield, D. Lake, D. Boughner, P. Dillman, T. Brown, D. Patxer
son, I. Vergis, F. Reynolds, Mr. Flath. Row 21 C. Jones, D. Moyer, D. Snyder, G. Abel, G. Kresenski, R. Snyder, E. McDowell, J.
Burch. J. Poindexter, J. Carson, J. Dunlap. Row 3: G. MacFarland, P. Peterson, D. Mitchell, R. Burrows, P. Cooley, B. Campbell,
R. Reitz, L. Snyder, B. Harris, J. Shilliday, M. Olson, D. Shilliday, F. Ramfos. Row 4: B. Wilson, J. McFarlane, K. Brown, C.
Luppino, W. Billingsley, M. Aheam, F. Luppino, B. Bellis, C. Butters.
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ME SOME MEN WHO ARE STOUTHEARTED MEN
Hickory 26, Franklin 8
Warren 19, Franklin 13
Meadville 7, Franklin 0
Corry 34, Franklin 0
Greenville 20, Franklin 0
Grove City 14, Franklin 12
Punxy 38, Franklin 6
Titusville 13, Franklin 13
Kane 8, Franklin 26
Oil City 41, Franklin 20
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LTHOUGH our boys
got off to a weak
start, losing 7 out of 9
games, they finished the
season in grand style.
They played their
best games at Mead-
ville and Cranberry.
They were subdued by
Meadville due to superior
We will always re-
member the greatest
ball handling of Pete
Dillman, Ted Fultz's
faking, Nile Burch-
fie1d's long shots or
Ted Brown's aggres-
siveness and reliability.
Ted Gealy and Dick
Graham led in the scor-
ing. Nice goingfellows,
we'1l really miss you
Dec. 2 New Castle 66 '-FHS 43
" 5 Cranberry 55 " ' 53
" 9 Greenville 61 " 51
' 12 New Castle 65 " 43
' 16 Oil City 61 " 50
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St. Joe 38 " 40
" 30 Alumni 46 " 43
Jan. 9 Oil City
St. Joe 38 " 47
" 13 Rocky Grove 26 " 37
" 16 Oil City 58 " 55
' 20 Brookville 47 " 59
' 23 Corry 51 " 61
" 27 Titusville 44 " 53
" 30 Warren 43 " 49
Feb. 3 Meadville 79 " 62
" 6 Oil City 70 " 43
" 10 Greenville 68 " 63
' 13 Corry 43 " 71
' 17 Rocky Grove 42 " 70
' 20 Titusville 51 " 56
" 24 Cranberry 63 " 64
" 27 Warren 62 " 50
Mar. 3 Brookville 52 " 45
Ted Gealy ,
Dutkin Ted Fultz
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Brown Mr. Dutkin. Row 2: Dan Rhoads Don Moyer Dick Woods Chuck Jones Dave Snyder
Gene Kresenski Pete Bleakley Jerry Mcfarland. Row 3: MX. Treadwell Ray Burrows Jim
Shilliday Chuck Butters Gene MacFarlane Jay Poindexter Ed McDowell Dick Harris Ells-
OUR BOYS WILL SHINE TONIGHT
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Row 1: Blair, Delong, Harris, Burchfield, Snell, Reed, Welshans, Kuhn, Jewell.
Row 2: Harris, Nicklin, Hoover, Reitz, Cozad, Muse, Burch, Campagna, Mr.
Dutkin, Row 3: McCullough, Poindexter, Miller, Miller, Minnigh, Dunlap,
Lawson, Henson, Heydrick, Judy, Armstrong.
ILL McCullough was the only team member held
over from last year. The team won 3 and the
only loss was to Meadville. Although they were out-
weighed 15 pounds a man they made a very good show-
ing. The team was composed of Willing hard workers.
Although none were pointed out as stars for every boy
gave all he had.
ACROSS THE FIELDS
SCORES OF GAMES
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ranberry 1 9
ochranton 1 7
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MAHCHING ALONG TOGETHER
MR, JOHN URAM
CWHIS year's Franklin Junior High basketball team
el is the only undefeated basketball team in the his-
tory of Franklin Junior-Senior High School. In the last
game with Cranberry on the Cranberry floor Chuck
Snell set an all time record of 57 points. The student
body showed a lot of enthusiasm in the game and many
are waiting for the time when these boys will be on
the senior high team. Coach Uram sees a big future
for these fellows as basketball players.
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C-'HE girls' basket-
ball team, coached
by Miss Riddle, had a
fairly successful season
this year. They lost two
games, both to Oil City,
and tied one with Titus-
ville. We will lose nine
girls this June. Those
who played will never
forget the wonderful
guarding of Woody Ed-
wards and Sonnie Wel-
shans. Also the wonder-
ful way in which Ruth
Weiss and Corky Corrin
racked up points and
Shirley Hovis' beautiful
foot work. We could
never have done as well
as we did without the
hard work of Emma .T ean
Delo, Anita Power, Rita
Eckel, and Cathy Pipi-
cella. Here's to aswell
bunch of girls!
Alumni 19 FHS 20
Rocky Grove 1'7 " 24
Wesly 23 " 31
Titusville 20 " 20
Oil City 50 " 22
Wesley 25 " 42
Oil City 42 " 23
Titusville 20 " 22
Meadville 24 " 36
Meadville 21 " 24
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Back row: Miss Riddle, Emma Jean Delo, Beverly Burgert, Cathy Pipicella, Joyce Griffen, Beverly Rice.
WHEN YOU WERE SWEET SIXTEEN
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to the change of choosing them. They are: Lynda Barnicle, Peggy Fahey,
Beverly Snyder, Sonnie Welshans and Connie Wilkens. The three underclass are:
Sally Harris, Martha Maitland and Sue McCarter who probably will be back next
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Boys' Glee Club 2, 3: MARJORIE ANNE ALLEN - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross Rep. 1,.
usical Broadcast 2, 3, Candy Committee at Basketball Games 3, Candy Committee at Jr. Play. .
, Play Committee 3, Broadcast Staff 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, SHIRLEY JUNE ANDREWS. . . .
'Swueekie" - Jr. Prom Committee 3, F. T. A. 4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Soph. Dance Committee 2, .
hristmas Card Committee 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, CLAIR D. BAKER - Jr. Play Ticket. . ..
ommittee 3, Senior Play Ticket Committee 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, NANCY JANE ....
ARLOW "Nan" - Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Girls' ....
lee Club 2, 3, Christmas Dance Committee 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Christmas Card Com- . . .
ittee 4, LYNDA LEE BARNICLE "Lynda" - Cheerleaders 1, 2, 4, Literary Club 4, Intramural .
ports 4, Band 1, 2, Christmas Card Committee 4, Stationery Committee 3, Ring Committee 2, . .
EVERLY ELAINE BEACH "Bev" - F, T. A. 4, Courtesy Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Literary.
lub Treas. 4, Jr. Red Cross Hospital Worker 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Christmas Dance. ..
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usic Council 4, Musical Broadcast 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Madrigal Choir 3, 4, Public .
elations Committee 4, BEVERLY JOAN BOUGHNER "Bev" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Vice .....
resident 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, DUANE F. BOUGHNER "Pear" - Football 2, 3,4, Acappella 3,
oys' Glee Club 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, Senior Play 4, GEORGE ALBERT BOUGHNER - .....
oys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4: ROBINETTE DELO- .
S BOYER "Robbi" - Courtesy Club 4, F. T. A. 4, Acappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, .......
hristmas Card Committee 4, JANICE RAE BROWN "Brown" - Pencil Committee 2, Library. . .
lub 2, 3, 4, Acappella 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Jr. Girls' .....
hoir 1, Football Concession Stand Committee 3, THEODORE DONALD BROWN "Ted" -' Foot-.
all 2,'3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Christmas Dance Committee 2, Jr. Prom Committee 3, .......
ONSTANCE JUNE BROWN "Connie" - Student Council 2, Courtesy Club 3, Senior Play 4, ....
ibrary Club 4, GERALD JOSEPH BURCH "Jerry" - Varsity Football 4, St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, . . .
LE L. BURCHFIELD "Loop" - Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Christmas Dance Com- ....
ittee 2, Jr. Prom Committee 3, CHARLES JOSEPH CAMPBELL "Governor" - St. Patrick . . .
, 2, 3, HOWARD VINCENT CAMPAGNA "Howdy" - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. High Football 1, NEVA . .
RIE CANGEMI "Nev" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 1, Literary Club 3, 4, Football.
oncession Stand Committee 3, BEVERLY JOANN CHATLEY "Bev" - Courtesy Club 2, 3, 4, . .
rench Club 3, 4, 'Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pop Session 3, JAMES RUSSELL CHERRY "Jim" -. .
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, 3, 4, MARY JEAN CLARK "Jean" - Honor Society 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. Treas. 3, ..
Public Relations Committee 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Assistant Director 3, Vice-. .
President of Sophomore Class 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, CAROLYN VINCENT CORRIN "Corky" - . .
Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Band 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Student Coun-.
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- Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Jr. Play 3, Senior Play 4, Student Council 3, Archery .
Club President 4, Band 3, 4, Christmas Dance Committee 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Gym .......
Exhibition 1, 2, 3, PATRICIA JANE CROPP "Pat" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Courtesy Club 1, . .
2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Red Cross 3, 4, Christmas Dance Committee 3, BARBARA F. DAILY ......
"Barb" - Library Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Dance Committee 3, Stationery 3, Christmas Cards . .
4, Jr. Prom Committee 3.
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3, 4, Girls' Basketball 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, CHARLOTTE EILEEN DELONG
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Christmas Dance Committee 3, Student Council 3, 4, RICHARD A. DELONG "Dick" - Boys'. .
Club 2, 3, 4, Acappella 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, DAVID PAUL DE- ....
"Dave" - Senior Band 2, 3, 4, Projector Club 2, 3, 4, Acappella 2, 3, 4, President 4, Boys'
Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. Treas. 3, Music Council 3, 4, President 4, Debate Club 2, 3, Jr. Play 3, . .
Play 4, ROBERT' ALLEN DICKSON "Dixie" - Class Vice-President 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, .......
Club 3, Debate Club 3, Senior Play 4, PETE A. DILLMAN "Pete" - Varsity Football. . .
4 J V, Football 1, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J . V, Basketball 2, J r. High Basketball 1, Honor. . .
3, 4, President 4, Student Council 2, RITA B. ECKEL "Rita" - Art Club Sec. 3, Courtesy
3, Class Secretary 2, Class Treasurer 4, Student Council 3, Christmas Card Committee 4, .
Dance Committee 2, Pencil Committee 2, Stationery Committee 3, WILLA A. EDWARDS . .
- Girls' Basketball 3, 4, J.r. Play 3, Senior Play 4, F, T. A. 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Vice- . . .
4, Broadcast Staff 4, Swing Band 3, Musical Broadcast 3, JOHN P. ESHELMAN .......
Senior Band 2, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President, Football Manager 2, Broadcast Staff 3, 4, .
URA LENORE ESHELMAN "Norrie" - Art Club 3, Red Cross 3, Jr. Play 3, Courtesy Club . .
Jr. Prom Committee 3, Candy Committee 3, MARGARET LEE FAHEY "Peggy" - Cheerlead-
1 2 3, 4, Acappella 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, 4, Music ....
4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Soph. Dance Committee 2, Ring Committee 2, Senior Play 4, .
4, BONNIE JEAN FELLNER, DONALD EUGENE FIDLER "Don" - Projector Club 1, . .
3, 4 Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. High Basketball Mgr. 1, . .
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, NANCY CAROL FOSTER "Nan" - Girls' Basketball 4, ....
Sports 3, 4, THEODORE M. FULTZ "Clem" - Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, .
PAUL EDWARD GEALY "Buck" - Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J , V. Basketball 2, Band 1, 2, ......
y Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, EVERETT B. GILLILAND - Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior ....
Committee 4, MARY ANN GUYTON "Addie" - St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, STANLEY JAMES .....
"Buck" - J. V. Basketball 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Acappella 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, 'Jr ....
Committee 3, Student Council 2, Orchestra 4, JOHN GRANT HAYLETT - Grove City ......
School 1, 2, 3, LINDA LEE HECKATHORN - Red Cross 1, Red Cross Hospital Committee . . .
4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Courtesy Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, .....
t 4, Acappella 4, EUGENE B. HENDERSON "Gene" - Jr. Play 3, Senior Play Com- . .
4 ALICE MAE HOFFMAN - Courtesy Club 3, Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Christmas Card . . .
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3, SHIRLEY ANN HOVIS "Hoot" - Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Girls' ....
3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Acappella 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 4, MARY GRACE .....
"Mary Grace" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Football Concession Stand 3, Christmas Card . .
4, Stationery Committee 3, NORMA JEAN KEIL 'fNorma" - Acappella 3, 4, Jr. .... .
Committee 3, Jr. Play 3, Prompter 3, Student Council 2, 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, Girls' . . .
Club 4, JANICE KUHNS "Jan" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Musical Broadcast 1, 2, 4, Jr. . . . .
Cross 3, 4, Reporter 3, Franklinite Staff 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Band Flag Twirler 3, 4, .
T. A. 4, Senior Play 4, CARL WILLIAM KUNSELMAN "Carl" - Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
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ootball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Dance Committee 3, Senior Play 4, .......
RGINIA LARKIN "Ginger" - Student Council 1, 3, 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, .
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ittee 3, Soph. Dance Committee 2, Christmas Dance Committee 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, ..........
cappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, FLORENCE L. LAWSON "Flo" - Library Club 2, French .
lub 3, 4, HELEN TERESA LAZO - St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, ROSINA MARIE LUPPINO "Rosie - ....
t Patrick 1 2 3 St. Patrick Class Treasurer 1, 2, St. Patrick Prom Committee 3, Girls' Glee.
lub 4, st. Igatritik christmas Dance, committee chairman 3, BARBARA ANN MARSHALL .....
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'Barb" ' Art Club 2, 3, 4, Franklinite 3, Debate Club 2, Soph. Dance ommi e , . .
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tramural Sports 2, 3, Stationery Committee 3, RALPH LEWIS MARSHALL "Lou" - J. V. .... .
ootball 2, J. V. Basketball 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, WILLIAM A. MAUL "Bill" - In- . . .
amural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football 2, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, .......
VELYN JEAN MAWHINNEY - Jr. Red Cross 4, Library Club 4, Courtesy Club 4, Girls Glee . .
lub 4, Christmas Card Committee 4, Mixed Choir 1, ROLAND ARTHUR MCCAMEY ' Jake
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. MCCULLOUGH - Senior Band 3, 4, JEAN LOUISE MCFARLANE "Jeanie" Girls' Glee Club . .
, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, BARBARA LORRAINE MCFETRIDGE "Barb" - . .
Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Stationery Committee
, EVELYN CECILA MCKINLEY "Evie" - Christmas Dance Committee 3, Courtesy Club 3, ....
ntramural Sports 2, JOHN R. MCKISSICK - Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football Concession . .
tand 3, Senior Play 4, PAUL R. MILFORD - Art Club 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, EDGAR .....
EUGENE MONTGOMERY "Ed", NORMA JOYCE MEIDER 'fFreckles" - Library Club 2, 3, 4 . . .
French Club 3, 4, Franklinite Staff 3, Broadcast Staff 4, DUANE L. PATTERSEN "Pat" - ......
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3, Wrestling 4, Public Relations Committee 4, Senior Play.
4, CAROLEE ANN PETRJNE "Carol" - St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club Vice President 4, .
Courtesy Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, CATHERINE JEAN PIPICELLA "Cathy" - Franklinite Staff.
3, 4, Editor 4, Art Club 3, Vice President 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, In- . .
tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Scenery for Play 4, Girls' Basketball 4, ANITA ELIZABETH POWER.
"Dolly" - Class Treasurer 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Courtesy Club 2,3, .
Jr. Play 3, Student Council 2, Committee Chairman 2, Soph. Dance Committee 2, Jr. Christmas
Dance 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Pencil Committee 2, Stationery Committee 3, Christmas .....
Card Committee 4, Girls' Basketball 4, CHRISTINE MARY PULEO "Chris" - St. Patrick 1, . . .
2, 3, Girls' Glee Club Secretary 4, Courtesy Club 4, WILLIAM M. RAMFOS, CAROLYN DEANE
REBERT - F. T. A. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Acappella Ac- ......
companist 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Girls' Glee Club Accompanist 1, 2, 3, Musical. . .
Broadcast 3, 4, DONALD C. REED "Don" - Projector Club 3, 4, HAROLD EUGENE REED, . . .
FLOYD F. REYNOLDS - Football 2, 3, 4.
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ance Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, DOLORES ANITA RUNNINGER - Jr. . .
ed Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3, Acappella 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Jr.. . .
lay Props 3, F. T. A. 3, French Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, .........
AMES D. RUNNINGER "Jim" - Franklinite Staff Photographer 3, 4, Senior Band 2, 3, 4, Pro-. . .
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RDON SEELY "See Wee" - Jr. Mixed Choir 1, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Acappella 3, 4, ELIZABETH.
NN SHOUP "Betty" - Christmas Dance Committee 3,J r. Prom Committee 3, Franklinite ......
taff 3, Stationery Committee 3, CARROLL E. SMITH "Smitty" - Acappella 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee. .
lub 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Projector Club 2, 3, 4, Musical Broadcast 4, BEVERLY JANE SNYDER .
'Bev" - Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Broadcast 4, Sports .....
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Soph. Dance Committee 2, Christmas Card Committee 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Senior Elec-.
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Boys' Glee Club 2, Projector Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, DONNA VanBRUSSEL, "Jean" .....
Mixed Choir 1, Girls' Glee Club 2, JAMES GEORGE VERGIS - Class President 2, 3, 4, Honor . .
ociety 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Wrestling 4, Public Relations 3, 4,. .
hairman 4, Franklinite 3, 4, SHIRLEY ANNE WALKER "Shirley" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, ....
ourtesy Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Pencil Committee 2, Football Concession . . .
tand 3, Christmas Card Committee 4, Honor Society 4, ANNE MARGARET WASSON "Squirt" . .
- St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, SANDRA LEE WELSHANS "Sonnie" - Musical Broad-. . .
-cast 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 4, Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Broadcast Staff 4, Girls'. .
Basketball 3, 4, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Student Council 4, Jr. . . . .
Prom Committee 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph. Dance Committee 2, . . .
Football Dance Committee 4, PAUL E. WHITE "Ted" - St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, JOSEPH W. WHIT- . .
FIELD "Whity" - Wrestling 4, MARY JANE WIDEL "Mary Jane" - Broadcast Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
Business Manager 4, Franklinite Staff 3, Courtesy Club 3, 4, Literary Club President 4, Girls'. . .
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Soph. Dance Committee 2, Ring Committee 2, Intramural ....
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Concession Stand 3, CONSTANCE LOUISE WILKINS "Connie" - Cheer-.
leader 4, Christmas Dance Committee 3, Public Relations Committee 4, Stationery Committee . . .
3, Jr. Play fmake-upj 3, ROBERT GEORGE WILSON "Buzz" - Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Football .
Manager 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Christmas Dance Committee 3, J. V. Football Manager 2, .
Jr. High Basketball Manager 1, DORIS MARIE WOODS, NORMAN GREGG WOODS - Projector . . .
Club 3, 4, LARRY F. WRIGHT "Duke" - St. Patrick 1, 2, 3, MARGARET ANN WILMOTH "Tug" .
- Band 4, Musical Broadcast 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4.
RUTH ELIZABETH WEISS "Rufus" Student Council 3 4 Vice President 3 President 4 Aca
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pella 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, F,. T. A. 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Girls'
. I 4 9 - ' - - t '
Glee Club 2, 3, WAYNE E YARNELL ' Dearslayer ' Junior Mixed Choir 1, Intramural Spor s
3, HELEN SOPHIE ZAGORSKI "Gigs" - Loretta Academy, Chicago 1, 2, St. Patrick 3, Coui
Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Senior Play 4, IVIILO E. STACKHOUSE "Sonny" - Art Club 3, ......
Projector Club 3, 4, GEORGE H. CARTER - Jr. Prom Committee 3, Jr. Red Cross 4, Intra-. . .
mural Sports 1, 3, 4, Sold pop 3, GEORGE ROBERT COZAD, DONALD ERWIN WHITE "Dutch".
- Wrestling 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4.
PICTURES NOT TAKEN
RICHARD D. ANDERSON "Andy" - Intramural Sports 3, ROBERT VANCE BAKER "Bob" - .....
Wrestling 4, Intramural Sports 4, AUDREY DELORES CHAMBERLAIN "Audrey" - Pencil .....
Committee 2, Franklinite Staff 3, Christmas Card Committee 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, . .
Mixed Choir 1, Girls' Glee Club 2, DONNA MAY CLARK "Don" - Girls' Glee Club Librarian . .
2, Mixed Choir 1, Literary Club 4, Christmas Card Committee 4, JON DAVIES "Jonnie" - ....
Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, F. T. A. 4, French Club .....
President 4, Courtesy Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, Class Plays 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Library. . .
Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Soph. Dance Committee 2, Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Ring .....
Committee 2, PHYLLIS IRENE DITZENBERGER "Phyll" - Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Courtesy Club
3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Christmas Card Committee .
4, Football Concession Stand 3, BARBARA ANN HANNA "Queenie" - Pencil Committee 2, Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Stationery Committee 3, Football Concession Stand 3, . .
Jr. Prom Committee 3, Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Red Cross Hospital Committee 3, 4, Literary Club
4, SHIRLEY DAWN HEFFERN "Shirl" - Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Franklinite Staff 3, 4, Senior .
Play 4, GERALD H. HUFF, "Jerry" - Archery Club 4, SAMUEL DAVID HUSTON "Sam" - ....
Jr. Prom Committee 3, NANCY JANE JEWELL "Shorty" - Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Intramural ....
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Sr. Literary Club 3, 4, WANDA LEE KISKADDEN .
"Lee" - Band 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, STEPHEN ......
FRANCIS KOZYRO "Skip" - Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, JAMES L. KRIZON, GLADYS EMMA ....
LEHMAN "Gladys" - Soph. Dance Committee 2, PAUL EDWARD LUSHER "Ed" - Intramural.
Sports 3, 4, ANTHONY J. MARANDO "Tony", ROBERT E. MCELROY "Mac", ROBERT ....
JOSEPH SHOFFSTALL "Bob" - Senior Band 1, 2, Student Council 2.
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Ed Treadwell tries a long shot as Referee Dick Wood tosses the ball be-
teammates Alex Dutkin, Bob Flath, tween Alex Dutkin and Ken Henson while
and "Lord,' Byron Masters look on. John Uram and Wayne Eakin wait for the
Bob Flath sets up a long one while the
Junior High Wait patiently for the re-
THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT
Here are the Faculty Cheerleaders. What -
will they think of next ? The pajamas are be- Refegeels Dllck Wood Rui Islam Mfyyer
coming to them! Charlene Riddle and Sue Watc . C Ose Y to See a ere 15 no
Bacon chose flannels, but Gevienne Smith cheating Of rough Stuff- Watch out
had to be different and wear black satin. When the faculty is turned 10059-
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Class officers: Angie Leta,
Gene Kresinski, Don Blan-
chard, and Margaret Gour-
Ni av - 5
The Refreshment Stand was
run by Ruth Borrell, Georgia
Morgan, and Lewis Kineer at
ley at the dance. the Sophomore Dance.
Juniors supposedly hard at work
selling at the football games.
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Ah! this is more like it, they
really are selling.
HAPPY GO LUCKY
Recognize any of the Juniors in the
first row at one of the football games?
it 5 'tiff
Glennis Gibson, Barbara Fleming, and
Anna Gyder, the candy sellers of the
This year's Franklinite staff hard at work
The Franklinite banquet in 1952 The -Tr. Red CPOSS C0l1I'1Ci1
The Jr. Red Cross Council hard at work
The Franklin Staff went to the Manifold to see how books were printed
PRETTY BAB Y
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The Latin Banquet was enjoyed by both the students and teachers
A familiar scene in the cafeteria
The Student Council Convention R00m 111 W011 59001141 P1309
for Christmas Decorations.
Room 200 won a honorable mention for Christ- Room 301 W0I1fiI'StP13Ce f01' the Christmas DSC'
mas Decorations. D. Beals, B. Bennett,A.. orations. J. Zilhaver, C. Yetka, B, Morrison,
Alesworth, C- Burns, P- Brakeman- V. Young, P. Steel, P. Muse, C. stainbook.
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Jump balls during the Warren-Franklin game
Warrens' ball A tense moment
' games the
Girls' Gym is the
scene of many rec-
ord hops. On the
left the students are
celebrating with a
snake dance. On the
right a square dance
is in progress.
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On The Mat
Ted Fultz, Bill Maul
Duane Patterson, Bill Maul
In The Gym
Players at the Warren-Franklin Game The Ch9e1'1e3d6I'S at W01'k
At Miller-Sibley Field
Franklin Gets The Ball
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ACH year the Student Council holds an
f election to choose the officers for the
next term. This electionfollows as close-
ly as possible the election procedure of a
regular election. Candidates must present
duly signed petitions and conduct an elec-
tion campaign. Following the voting, the
winning candidates are installed in an im-
pressive ceremony before the whole school.
It is then the duty of these officers to pro-
vide leadership for the student body, so
that the students may have a voice and a
part in improving the present school and
have practice in becoming better citizens.
R i L
During the installation of the
officers the representatives
of the Home Rooms remain on
the stage, and are installed in
Mr. Newell conducts the ceremony to
install Ruth Weiss and Rusty Reitz.
Ben Reid is installed
Robert Stoebe is installed
The members of The FRANKLINITE staff wish ro
express their gratitude fo the civic-minded
patrons and advertisers who gen-
erously helped in promot-
ing our school annual.
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Joseph A. Agnello
Charles A. Bark
N. K. Beals
John D. McCondless
Fred E. Robbins
Milo M. Spencer
Thomas E. Timney
Rev. H.L. Knappenberge
Rev. J. Sydney Kane
Rev. B.E. Coleman
Rev. R.N. Stumpf
H. Carl Wasson
John L. Nesbit
Robert M. Dale
Boston Shoe Store
Virginia Morse Shop
Varsity Sports Shop
Paul's Book 81 Gift Shop
Clulow and Hoovler
Austin Lumber Company
The Lotus Flower
Findlay and Fleming
Jones Furniture Company
Armour Sales Company
Lt. Raymond J. Brown
Charles A. Gape
Robert Y. Daniels
Lois G. Young
Wesley L. Fry
Stillion Convalescent Home
Hovis Handy Dairy
Brinker's Barber Shop
McBride 8. Williams
Park Beauty Shoppe
Thrift Drug Company
B. F. Goodrich
Hefferman Barber Shop
Person's Paint 8. Wallpaper Store
Tenney and Coffey Household Specialties
Compliments FRANKLIN REFINERY
of Division of
"For good food"
ANDERSON'S L. Sonneborn Interior Designers
Side Post Wallpaper
Refinery Service Office Fabrics
Flowers for Station Slipcovers
Pl'10ne 439 31 Oil City, Pa. Reno, Pa.
Franklin, Pa. Penna. Motor Oil
COX JONES MARKET
PRINTING COMPANY HQWARD
lra T. Jones
Clock and Watch and
33 North 13th St. LUMBER CQ.
512 Grunt Sf- uso Elk street
Phone 706'R Franklin, Pa. Meats - Groceries
SCHlFFER'S MARKET RAMSDALE
Meats Groceries TERMINAL GRILL EQUIPMENT CO
Fruits Vegetables KUNKEL
655 Grant Street
Refrigerated Food Books and Stationery
Lockers Frank R. BCITIES, Mgr.
i262 Liberty Street Franklin, Pa.
205 Thirteenth St. Phone 256-L
THE JAMES VATH, BURNS
CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY and MAWHINNEY SHEASLEVS
RESTAURANT SHOE STORE
Best Place to Eat Clocks Silverware Phone 208-G
T266 Liberty St.
1242 Liberty St.
DOLSON 8- BEITH
R BI R
Ice Cream-Dairy Prod
109 North I3Ih Sr.
FOWLER FARM SERVICES
II2 North 13th St.
THE SQUIRE SHOP
"For the Best in
P hone I 76
Franklin, Pa. Phone 512 I22I Liberty St.
Fffmcls F- Zcsdf ATLANTIC SERVICE WHEELER-5
Compliments I2th and Elk Sts.
A N T I Q U E S
General line of 1 m5 ,. H
fine antiques H rv 4 ,I
II35 Chestnut St. I
HOTEL A A
Franklin, Pa. ,
HARRY BITTENBENDER M CARTHY BUICK
C L GUTHIS COMPANY SEALTEST C
' ' Chrysler - Plymouth
ESSO SERVICE DAIRY Phone 786
' ' IOI0 Buffalo Sf.
t"'-j mi' A '- NADFIESOZ PRODUCTS
ZI7 Thirteenth Shed I W When Better Automobiles
fi IIII nil" . H .
Phone 9365 Are Built Bulck
llllilllx Oil City, PQ- Will Build Them
SCAR M. SHAKESPEARE
PARK LUNCH Compliments
f RED SI WHITE STORE
STEVE - HELEN SC'GfnL'o"
KOZYRO WORDEN FALLER
BARBER SHOP G I 5, I
PROPNETORS IoI5 BUHQIQ Sf. Frofsflinifgio
SYNDER'S AP P LIANCE
Washer and Dryer
508 - I3th St.
I0l9 Liberty St.
706 - I5th
F. A. McCRACKEN
626 - I5th St.
SAVINGS AND LOAN
II7 - I3th St.
THE KIWANIS CLUB
ell is ,JR
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BLAIR'S ESSO STATI
III3 Liberty St.
Cakes for all
CITY BAKING CO.
605 I3th St.
CRANFORDS RADIO and r.v. SERVICE SUPER MARKET
1312 Liberty sf.
Golden Dawn Food
Phone 78 8th and Liberty
BOHLENDER R 8. B
8. GRACY WHOLESALER MOTOR CO-
613-I3th Street Of Chevrolet
719 I3th Street
Cars and Trucks
i020 Liberty St.
FINK AP P LIANCE
Oil City, Pa.
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5 lunlnn sl. l ,
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R and O
414 Twelfth St.
SERGE COAL CO.
Franklin, Pa .
Visit Our Fountain
Kayton Theatre Building
Meet Your Friends Here
T013 Liberty SI.
Golden Dawn Foods
Bird's Eye Frozen Foods
Famous N. Y. State
Compliments of SHAW'S
FRANKLIN DRUG 304--'3fh Sf-
PRESCRIPTION Ffenklinf PP-
05,9557 For the best
EIGHTH STREET in
309--I3 I1 S .
GARAGE ' ' IIIII and Liberty SIS. T.v. Radio
phone 7 Franklin, Pa.
HARWS PAINTERS SCANLON STUDIO
JEWELRY STORE STERLING SERVICE DRY CLEANING CO- .
H15 Liberty SL NOVELTY SHOPPE
Liberty at llth
Franklin, Pa .
Corner of Twelfth
Franklin, Pa .
ETZEL'S BODY SHOP MCGWTY 8,
WILLIAM A. BLAIR DRUG STORE SERVICES
The Home 881 Grant Street
of 1211 Otter St.
Entire Family 27 North 13th St. Franklin, po.
Franklin, Pa. Phone 9372
MCFARLAND SCHENCKIS DRIVE IN WALT CAMPBELL'S
and Reno, po, FRANKLIN
ABERSOLD SERVICE 81 SUPPLY
V 3105 V V I LL, Tire Recapping
Food Products Q 9,6 Home Appliances
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,,lVl T711 i s 1 -W' 1'
745 Grant St. ,Ml ln V W my :Il 13th and Gram
' ,,, "' Q .M 1. , 'l Phone 123
Ti -6 II'1 , rll 'Wt'
Phone 160 Adu I 'AH f'f?53f f1 .f 4,
KE SEY AND COMPAN BOHLENDER
L Y THE SNYDER'S GARAGE
Accountants FASHION SHOPPE
JOHNS , Pontiac Sales and Service
I' d The High School Store Phone 969
Public Stenography Quo 'ty Bran S
Auditing Olesole Conlemons Phone 613 1313 offer sf.
514 Buffalo St.
Phone Office 98-G
719 13th Street
1249 Liberty St.
A Established 1898
Ice Cream Sodas BROWN'S BOOT SYKES 81 KLINE, INC.
FAMOORE'S Clothing - Furnishings
18 E. First Street 1253 Liberty St. of Qi' City, Inc. Hats - Shoes
Oil Cify, PG- DRUG STORES
Phone 7-3192 Phone 210-G 'Creators of Reasonable
Franklin, Pa .
Drug P rices"
1254 Liberty St.
1272 Liberty St.
L 8g C
I267 Liberty Street
L. LIVINGSTON INSURANCE
First National Bank Bldg.
13th and Liberty Streets
Phone I95 or 223
FRANKLIN PLASTICS INC.
I252 Liberty Street
Franklin, Pa .
DANIEL'S TRANSFER COMPANY -in X415
BUCHANAN'S "N " Mu ' N , H X . R
U . Q., wt,
Motor Truck Transportation FUNERAL HQME Q A
P M I
338 Grant Street 1340 Elk Sfreef
THE NEW BRADLEY'S
NATIONAL MEAT MARKET CO.
Quality Meats Cut To
Thirteenth Street Please You
Fresh Dairy Products
T251 Liberty St.
Franklin's Own Theaters
KAYTON AND ORP HEUM
Phone T74 Phone 122
211 Thirteenth St.
COURT RECREATION CENTER
"Bowl your cares away"
T244 Buffalo Street
C0"'P'l"'e"'S of DECORAHNG SHOP
SEARS Roesucx Phone 568
Oil City, Pa.
it "' ELECTRIC COMPANY
Headquarters ' P R I N T Z S
since 1886 No other item in
the household budget
gives so much for so
Men'5 Boys' I little as
THE J. C. PENNEY Co., INC. .M
CHARLES N. HOUGH 5
MFG' CO' 1237 Liberty Street LAN L 5
u I J.C.PEDf1EY C..
Franlclm, Pa. Franklin' Pa. V
Tulsa, Oklahoma Phone 487 K
JM ,,,, , M W'-" ""' ' 43 Com liments of
FELDMAN'S 5 ' E 7 A
E Q MILES P. BROWN
GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION
Phone 45 i280 Liberty Sf.
FRANKLIN, PA. BON-ER WORKS
HARVEY H. HOOVLER
P hone 202
CHICAGO PNEUMATlC TOOL CO.
For Quick Efficient Banking Services
First National Bank of Meadville
T209 Liberty Street
Read . . .
THE MORNING DERRICK Compllmems of
fof VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
lantz and Dodd
P ENNZOIL PRODUCTS
Corner of l2th and Buffalo
Pasteurized Dairy Products
50l-503 Third Street
The Rotary Club
THE FRANKLIN CLUB
H. 'I'. Osburn
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS
63I Twelfth Street
Telephones 206 8 207
PM Photo Service
301 Thirteenth Street
The News Herald
II69 Liberty Street
Remember when you ore owcy
from home whether in college
or Armed Forces, The News
Herald is iust like receiving
c letter from home daily.
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Congratulations to the
FRANKLINITE STAFF AND STUDENTS
OF THE CLASS OF 1953
.I. 'I'. CAMPBELL
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lnclustrial, Commercial, and
OUR KINDEST GREETINGS TO
The Finest Class to be
Graduated from Franklin High
OF ELKS, No. 110
DIL CO., INC.
FRANKLIN P LANT
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1953
JOY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
We Wish To Congrafulafe
The Class of T953
Upon Their Graduation And
To Express Our Hope For
Their Future Success
THE ERATERNAI. ORDER
DF EAGLES NU. 328
We Extend Our Congratulations
and Best Wishes to the
Class of 1953
'l'I-IE E CHANGE BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
C cl C'
on Y 'gm l5ALY'S J. w. SHAWKEY
PARK NEWS STAND
lce Cream Golden Dawn
Dairy Products Food Sfore
1215 Liberty sf. Lunches
"lf it's GOLDEN
Phone H91 DAWN - ws sooo'-
l233 Liberty St
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Novelties-Magazines Polk, Pa.
S. T. KARNS
Of Compliments of
MILLER EQUIPMENT C MPANY . Sf
FRANKLIN NEWS O ' 'NC mage
633 Thirteenth St.
Coverg by WM KELLER INC
Printers and Litlwograplfters
Pennsylvania New York
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