Franklin High School - Franklinite Yearbook (Franklin, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1957 volume:
e like it here ......
in this great country of ours, with its maiestic mountains, its vast
farmlands, its teeming cities. We like the freedom, faith, and oppor-
tunity it ofters all who live under its Flag.
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We came from a carefree summer
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With the realization
Franklin High School has, for many years, desired a foreign exchange student. Last
year the Student Council sponsored a candy sale in hopes of obtaining enough money
to sponsor a student. Fortunately, our candy sale was very successful.
On August 26, 1956, the dream of F.H.S. students came true. Our French student,
Miss Francoise Dehermann-Roy, arrived in Franklin to make her home with Mr. and
Mrs. Charles N. Hough. Francoise, taking a regular senior schedule, showed great
ability in her work. Besides making many speeches in the home rooms and at our
Franklin service clubs, she was an honorary member of the Student Council and taught
French classes after school.
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of a dream come true
Candy Sale: B. Marshall, J, Lhristy, J. Stalker,
Fetridge, M. Bark, D. Baker.
Woitowicz, A. Whitman, P. Beals, T. Mc-
To the Class of 1957:
Graduation - let not this event finish your
training toward your goals in Life. l hope
your training here will be reflected in your
life as useful and upright citizens.
May you retain as personal treasures pleas-
ant memories of your school days here. l
wish you God speed and hope you will
accomplish worthwhile things in the years
that lie ahead.
Harry F. Newell
The iet pilot must have some experience
when he breaks through the sonic barrier.
Everyone sometime must pass through a
critical period as he moves from one en-
vironment to anotherp from a lower position
to a higher one, or as he takes on new
Graduation from high school means that
you have acquired a foundation of knowl-
edge and certain skills and abilities. Now
you must make the choice as to your ap-
proach to life. Will you be a giver or a
taker? Will you learn to serve yourself?
Your answers are important to your own
future happiness and to the strength and
progress of the world about you.
lt is my personal wish that each graduate
of the class of 1957 will receive his or her
own personal happiness through helping to
build a better community, a better nation,
and a better world.
John R. Haubert
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Board of Education
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Mr. R. H. Rogers, Sandy Creek Township, Mr. J. Herbert Cramer, Franklin, Mrs. Dorothy Marshall,
Utica, Mr. Ellis Smith, Canal Township, Mr. Clarence E. Allen, Franklin, Dr. John Chatham, Polk,
Miss Lula Dunn, Utica, Mr. Glenn Graham, Franklin, Mr. Forest lrwin, School Solicitor, Mr. A. E.
Dr. John Bailey, Franklin, Mr. Clair Beatty, Canal Township, Mr. John Ritchey, Jr., Sandy Creek
Township, Mr. John Morrison, Sandy Creek Township, Mr. Earl Woods, Canal Township, Mrs. Helen
Boughner, French Creek Township, Mr. Ned Shawkey, Polk, Mr. A. R. McCune, Utica, Mr. Ralph
Runninger, French Creek Township, Dr. John R. Haubert, Superintendent.
Mr. John Stake, Mineral Township, Mr. A. J. Krizon, Mineral Township, Mr. Edgar Guilinger,
Mineral Township, Mr. Clark Wolfkiel, Franklin, Mr. H. R. Persons, Franklin, Mr. Oscar Smith, Canal
Township, Mr. Robert Boal, Polk, Mr. Herbert Bennett, Canal Township, Mr. David Broms, French
Creek Township, Mr. Fred Linn, Utica.
Row l: D. Richardson, M. Soisson, B. Shouey, S. Smith, D. Rummel, G. Say, B. Stroup, P. Thomas,
J. Shull, K. Scurry. Row 2: B. Rice, S. Snyder, B. Smeal, B. Shaffer, S. Rhodes, M. Kelley, N. Shaw,
S. States, L. Richey. Row 3: K. Sherene, J. Roushey, B. Satterwhite, J. Sipe, D. Robertson, K. Hough,
S. Sayers, M. Shorts, T. Saddoris, E. Smith, C. Richey, J. Whitehill.
Jane G. Allen
A.B., Allegheny College
A.B., Thiel College
M.A., Western Reserve
Grace S. Bu rns
B.S., Indiana State Teachers
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Ida C. Cardamone
8.5. in Business Education
Villa Maria College
Lawrence l.. Confer
B.S., Clarion State Teachers
Elizabeth W. Davis
A.B., Allegheny College
M.A., Penn State University
B.S., California State
B.S., Clarion State Teachers
M.Ed., University of
A.B., Grove City College
M.A., Columbia University
Allene H. Masterson
A.B., Geneva College
Litt.M., University of
A.B., University of Wisconsin
M.A., Stanford University
Robert G. McElhattan
B.S., Clarion State Teachers
B.S., Clarion State Teachers
Penn State University
Clinton M. Perrine
B.S., Grove City College
M.S., University of Pittsburgh
Harold E. Pixley
A.B., Oberlin Conservatory
Lois B. Jenkins
B.S., Indiana State Teachers
Gertrude M. Kendall
A.B., Beaver College
M.A., University of
A.M., Grove City College
Margaret R. McNeil
B.S., University of Pittsburgh
Indiana State Teachers
Mary P. McQuaid
Litt.B., Grove City College
Edinboro State Teachers College
B.A. in Art Education
B.S., California State
Elsa M. Rinkenberger
B.S., Beaver College
B.S., Ohio University
M.S., Penn State University
Leah K. Sawyer
B.S., Mansfield State
M.M., University of Michigan
Kathryn C. Steffee
B.S. in Art Education
Edinboro State Teachers
A.B., M.A., Allegheny
B.S., Salem College
Penn State University
B.S., Clarion State Teachers
B.B.A., Westminister College
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M.A., University of Michigan
Wuaneta Girt, R,N.
Joan Ungren, R.N.
Joan G. Langhart
Pennsylvania State University
B.S. in Physical Education
B.A., Allegheny College
M.A., University of Wisconsin
E. W. Treadwell
A.B., Bucknell University
Kathryn B. Troxell
B.S., University of Maryland
B.S., Grove City College
B.S., Shippensburg State
M.Ed., Penn State University
Bernice A. Wolfe
l.itt.B., Grove City College
B.S., Grove City College
Shirley Sanford-Secretory to Mr Wo z
Mr. Wise's Office Girls: C. Beach, M. Morris,
J. Zorzeczny, J. Robson, M. McKinley, B. Rossiter.
I Joyce Dykins-Secretary to Dr Hauberi
Mrs. H. Beatty
Mrs. M. Hunsburger
Mr. R. Foster
Mr. K. M. Johnston
Mr. K. Neeley
Miss M. Reib
Mr. H. Jones
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL AND OFFICERS
Row 1: L. Beightol, M. McKinley, 5. Heasley, J. Andre.
Row 2: J. Nestos, B. Beach, B. Trotter, S. Wolfe, M. Dow, T. Nicklin, M. Callan
As Seniors we leave with regret and with admiration for
our school, with warm aftection for the friends we have
made, and with gratitude for the life lessons we have
learned. We like it here.
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It is to you, Mr. McEihattan, that we, the class of '57,
dedicate our yearbook. In working with us on dance com-
mittees and our numerous class activities, you have devoted
much of your time. The patience, cooperation, and enthusiasm
you have given us will long be remembered, so it is with
affection and gratitude that we say, "Thank you".
DARYL J. ADAMS
NELLIE IDA ADAMS
Broadcast Staft I,2,3,45 Courtesy
Club 35 Senior F.H.A. 25 Safe Driv-
ing Club 35 Library Club 1,25 Junior
Stationery Comm. 35 Candy Sales-
man 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 F.T.A.
45 Sr. Play 45 Publicity, Sr. Play 4.
CAROL LEE ANDERSON
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Broadcast
DORIS ROSE ADAMS
Junior Stationery Comm. 35 Driving
Club 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Junior
Mixed Choir l.
JON E. ALLEBACH
Jr. Red Cross I5 Sr. Band i5 Maior-
ette 2,3,45 Musical Broadcast 25
Latin Club 1,25 Courtesy Club 25
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Student Council
Sec. 45 Franklinite Staff 3.
JOYCE ANNE ANDRE
Class Officer, Pres. 45 Class Officer,
Vice Pres. 25 Franklinite Staff 3,45
Cheerleading 'l,2,3,45 A Cappella 2,
3,45 Student Council I,2,35 Honor
Society, Sec. 3,45 Homecoming
Queen Attendant 2,35 Homecoming
Queen 45 Girls' Glee, Accompanist
3,45 Jr. High Student Council, Pres.
TREVLYN SUE ARMSTRONG
Jr. Mixed Choir I5 Jr. Christmas
Dance 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Sta-
tionery Comm. 35 Cartwheelers 45
Jr. Red Cross I5 Girls' Glee 25
Candy Comm. 3,4.
JOHN WILLIAM BAILEY, JR.
Sr. Band l,2,3,45 Sr. Band Vice Pres-
ident 45 Sr. Orchestra 'l,2,3,45
Swing Band l,2,3,45 Gym Exhibition
35 Honor Society 3,45 Honor Society
Vice Pres, 35 Student Council 45
Broadcast Staff 354.
TU RZAH BELL ATWELL
Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Latin Club 3,
Driving Club 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Junior Mixed Choir 3.
DORIS A. BAKER
Jr. Red Cross I,25 Jr. Prorn Comm.
35 Christmas Dance Comm. 35 Soph.
Dance Comm. 25 Student Council 45
Latin Club, Secretary 25 Stationery
Comm. 35 Girls' Glee 2,35 Junior
Mixed Choir I5 Pencil Comm. 2.
MELVIN RICHARD BAUGHMAN
Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Proiector
at the year's end
TWILA MARIE BAUGHMAN
Girls' Glee 3,45 Courtesy Club 3,45
Latin Club 25 Junior Mixed Choir I.
DANIEL PHILEMON BEAL5
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Student Council
I5 French Club I5 Boys' Glee 25
Orchestra 45 Latin Club I5 Broadcast
LOIS MAE BEERS
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Driving Club
LEROY LOUIS BEACH
Junior Play 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Junior High
Basketball I5 Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 3,45 Intramural Sports l,2,3,45
Varsity Club 45 Student Council I5
Senior Class Council 4.
MEREDITH ANN BEATTY
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Senior Girls'
Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Candy Comm. 3,4.
KAREN L. BEGGS
Latin Club I,25 Jr. Mixed Choir I5
Student Council 25 Jr. Prom Comm.
35 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 French Club 45
Senior Play 45 Intramural Sports
I5 Jr. Dance Comm. 35 Christmas
Card Comm. 4.
WILLIAM LAUREN BEIGHTOL
Class OHicer, Treasurer 2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council I5 Junior Play 35 Jr.
High BasketbalI5 Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball 2,35 Varsity Basketball 45
Junior High Football I5 Track 35
Intramural Sports 2,3,45 Senior Play
JUDITH ANN BLAIR
Jr. Prom Comrn. 35 Candy Comm. 3.
FREDERICK W. BROCKMANN
Franklinite Photographer 3,45 Latin
Club 25 Intramural Sports 3,45 Hon-
or Society 3,4.
Junior Mixed Choir I5 A Cappella
2,3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Varsity
Football 2,3,45 Intramural Sports I,
2,3,45 Hunting Safety Club 3.
LAWRENCE E. BOTTS
SARAH JANE BROWN
Junior Red Cross 3,45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Jr. Dance Comm. 35 Girls'
Glee 2,3,45 A Cappella 45 Pencil
Comm. 25 Stationery Comm. 35
Candy Comm. 3,45 Sophomore
Dance Comm. 25 Junior Mixed
CLYDE ELLSWORTH CASE
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Jr. High Footlwall lg Jr, High Bas
ki-tball lp Jr Varsity Basketball 2,
Varsity Baslwtlmll -15 Track -15 Jr,
Play 135 Jr. Mix:-cl Cliolr l.
.IQHN M. CHRISTY
Vni--,ity Ti-iotlnill l,2,3,-15 Track T2
3,-l, VVri-stl-:ici 2.3 -15 Student Couna
til fl-15 Siiiiimi Play 45 Jr. Prom
Ccinin Qlg Hasltiitlmll 3.
JAMES RICHARD COLLINS
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Carry EIWBY many
RAYMOND JAMES BROWN
Franklinite Staff 3,4, Photographer
45 Varsity Football 4.
GARNET LOUISE BURCHFIELD
Library Club l,2,35 Girls' Glee 2,45
Christmas Dance Comm. 35 Courtesy
Club 35 Candy Comm. 3.
MARIA ANN CALLAN
Class Officer, Vice Pres. 35 Honor
Society 3,4, Treasurer 45 Jr. Prom
Comm., Gen. Chairman 35 Franklin'
ite Stat? 3,45 A Cappella 3,45 Senior
Council 45 Christmas Card Comm.,
Chairman 45 Student Council 2,35
French Club Pres. 45 Courtesy Club
ROSALIE JEAN CAUVEL
Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Mixed Choir
lg Courtesy Club 35 Stationery
Comm. 35 Driving Club 25 Broad-
cast Staft lg Sophomore Dance
ANNA RITA COLELLA
Pencil Comm. 25 Jr. Red Cross 25
Jr. Play, Prompter 35 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Candy Comm, 35 Girls'
Glee 2,35 Mixed Choir 25 Safe
Driving Club 3,4.
RUTH .IOANNE CROYLE
25 Girls' Glee 2,35 Cartwheelers 3,4.
C. ARON BURCHFIELD
Intramural Sports T,2,3,45 Safe Driv-
ing 35 Sophomore Dance Comm. 25
Jr. Dance Comm. 35 Junior Prom
Comm. 35 Junior High Basketball
T5 Junior High Football 'l.
Hunting Club 25 Intramural Sports
3,45 Safe Driving Club 3.
WILLIAM LEE BURKHARDT
Junior High Football T5 Junior High
Basketball Manager T5 Intramural
Sports T,2,3,45 Track 3,45 Junior
Varsity Basketball 3,4.
JAMES T. CARR
Latin Club 25 Football 3,45 Junior
Mixed Choir T5 Sophomore Dance
Comm. 25 Jr. Christmas Dance
Comm. 35 Candy Comm. 35 Intra-
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MARCELLA ANNE DALMASO
Jr. Red Cross l5 Student Council
45 French Club 3,45 Latin Club l,25
Girls' Glee 3,45 Cartwheelers 35 Jr.
Mixed Chorus I.
FRANCOISE A. DEHERMANN-ROY
French Club 45 Girls' Glee, Presi-
dent 45 Senior Play 4.
JAMES G. DICK
Honor Society 3,45 Track l,4.
JANET LOUISE DANIELS
Latin Club 25 Library Club l,25
Junior Mixed Chorus ly Girls' Glee
JOHN ELMER DELO X3
Band 2,35 Boys' Glee 35 Franklinite .. .aa ,
Staff 3,45 Stage Crew 2,3,45 Safe
Driving Club 25 A Cappella 2,4.
DANA L. DITZENBERGER
h Choir lf Girls' Glee 'I5
F.H.A. l,25 Broadcast Staff l.
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DANA WILSON DODD
Football 3,45 Wrestling 4.
DONALD LEON DOUTT
Intramural Sports l5 Safe Driving 3.
MARY ELIZABETH DOW
Jr. Red Cross l,3,45 Musical Broad-
cast 2,35 A Cappella 3,45 Girls' Glee
.2,3,45 Class Officer, Secretary 2,35
Courtesy Club I5 Latin Club 1,25
Flag Twirler 45 Franklinite Stat? 3,45
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Christmas Dance
Comm. 35 Senior Play 45 Junior
Play 45 Gym Exhibition 3.
TODD E. DOUGLAS
Football I5 Library Club l,25 Wood
Shop Club 25 Stage Crew l,2.
CELIA KATHERINE DOVERSPIKE
F.H.A., President 3,45 Girls' Glee
3,45 Literary Club 45 Driving Club
25 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Candy Comm.
NANCY MAE DOYLE
Junior Mixed Choir lg Girls' Glee
2,35 Library Club 2,3,45 Safe Driving
VIRGINIA I. GREGGS
Girls' Glee 2,45 Jr. Red Cross lj
Jr. Mixed Choir l.
MARY JANE HAGGERTY
Sr. Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 45 Girls'
Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Student Council 35 Safe Driving
Club 35 Debate Club I5 French Club
l5 Swing Band 45 Junior Mixed
PATRICIA LEE HANNA
Transferred from Cochranton.
of our favorite classes,
SHIRLEY ANN FELLNER
F.H.A. 45 Library Club 35 Safe Driv-
ing Club 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
JANE WILLOVENE FRAILEY
Courtesy Club 3,45 Jr. Prom Comm.
35 Junior Mixed Choir l,
BARBARA JEAN GADSBY
Broadcast Staff 45 Girls' Glee 45
Emlenton High School I,2,3.
MARTHA JANE GRIFFEN
Girls' Glee 25 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Girls' Basketball 35 Driving Club 4.
Safe Driving Club 4.
MICHAEL G. HARRIS
A Cappella 2,3,45 Boys' Glee, Pres
45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Madrigal 3,4
District Chorus 3,47 57510 Chorus 4:
Intramural Sports l,2: Football l
Latin Club 25 Junior Mixed Choir l
ROBERT J. FINCH
Varsity Football 2,3,45 A Cappella
3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Safe Driving
FRANCIS WILLIAM FRY, JR.
Football Manager 2,3,45 Basketball
Manager 35 Wrestling Manager 25
Track Manager 1,25 Varsity Club
l,25 Broadcast Staff, Sports Editor
3,45 Junior Play 35 Debate Club I5
Driving Club 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
Senior Band Maiorette I,2,3,45 Girls'
Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Pronft Comm. 3.
DIANNA DARLENE HARTMAN
Courtesy Club, Sec. 35 Student
Council lp Girls' Glee 35 A Cappella
2,3,45 Madrigal 2,3,45 Maiorette 45
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Gym Exhibition
l,25 Broadcast 2,3.
JOHN G. HENRY
Proiector Club 2,45 Jr. Play 35
Franklinite Stal? 3,45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Boys' Glee 25 Honor So-
ciety 3,45 Senior Play 4.
EUGENE ALOYSIUS HOOK
Junior Mixed Choir lg Driving Club
25 Sophomore Dance Comm. 25
Christmas Dance Comm. 35 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Candy Comm. 3,4,
SUSAN ELIZABETH HEASLEY
Student Council l,2,35 Sr. Play 45
Franklinite Staff 3,45 A Cappella,
Accompanist 3,45 Swing Band 3,45
Orchestra 3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Honor Society 3,45 Girls' Glee 35
Class Vice Pres. 45 Musical Broada
cast 3,45 Sophomore Dance Comm.
25 Latin Club 2.
RICHARD KENNETH HENSON
Football l,25 Basketball l,2,35 Sr.
Band l,2,35 Orchestra I5 Swing
JAMES ARTHUR JONES
Franklinite Staff 3,45 Band l,2,3,45
A Cappella 2,35 Boys' Glee 35 Or-
chestra 2,3,45 Sr. French Club 3,45
Jr. Prom Comm, 35 Junior Play 35
Senior Play 4.
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PATRICIA LOUISE KELLEY
Basketball 'l,2,35 Driving Club 35
Library Club l,2,35 Jr. Prom Comm.
35 Girls' Glee 35 Senior Play 4.
JACK l. KLINE
Grove City High School l,2,3.
JOAN A. KOZELLA
Candy Comm. 25 Mixed Choir I5
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Driving Club 35
Junior Dance Comm. 3.
RAYMOND C. KINNEAR
Stage Crew 25 Driving Club 35 Pro-
jector Club 2,3,45 Franklinite Staft
3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Junior
Mixed Choir I.
JO ANN KNOOIHUIZEN
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Student
Council Treasurer 25 Cheerleading
l,2,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Gym Ex-
hibition l,2,3,45 Driving Club 35
Musical Broadcast l,3.
JAMES LEROY KRIZON
Transferred from Benton Harbor,
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RODGER GENE LORE
Junior High Band I5 Senior Band
EVELYN MARIE LYNN
Driving Club Sec. 25 Student Coun-
cil 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Stationery
Comm. 35 Library Club 4.
EDWARD MICHAEL MALONEY
Latin Club l,25 Sr. Band 35 Sr.
Orchestra 35 Musical Broadcast 3,45
Junior Play 35 French Club Sec. 45
Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
Junior Senior Prom,
GEORGE THOMAS KRUGER
Franklinite Staff 3,45 A Cappella
2,3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Honor So-
ciety 3,45 Junior Play 35 Latin Club
I5 French Club I.
PATRICIA ANN LESCO
Jr. Red Cross 2,35 Jr. Mixed Choir
I5 Student Council 25 Sophomore
Dance Comm. 25 Junior Dance
Comm. 35 Junior Play 35 Courtesy
Club 2,3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Franklinite Staff 3,45 Musical Broad-
cast 25 Latin Club 25 Safe Driving
JUDITH JOSEPHINE LIFFICK
Junior Mixed Choir 1,25 Football
Manager 45 Wrestling 45 Safe Driv'
ing 25 Debate Club l.
ANDREW B. MAITLAND
Sr. Band l,2,3,45 Sr. Band Pres. 45
Sr. Orchestra 3,45 Musical Broadcast
3,45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Jr. Christ-
mas Dance Comm. 3.
CHARLES KENNETH MARTIN
THEODORE JOSEPH KUBIAK
Driving Club 35 Varsity Club 45
Wrestling 3,45 Football 3,45 Track
35 Sr. Play 4.
JACQUELINE MARIA LESTER
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Girls' Glee
2,3,45 A Cappella 3,45 Student Coun-
cil 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Jr.
Prom Comm. 35 Junior Play 35 Sen-
ior Play 45 Honor Society 3,45 Pen-
cil Comm. 25 Safe Driving Club 45
Stationery Comm. 4.
Junior Mixed Choir l5 Courtesy
Club 45 Girls' Glee l,2,3.
CAROLE LEE MATTERN
Cheerleading l,2,45 Broadcast Stat?
I5 A Cappella 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 3,45
Gym Exhibition I,-45 Jr. Prom
CHARLES B. MCCULLOUGH
Football 45 Basketball 45 Karns City
High School l,2,3.
JUDITH A. McGlNTY
Franklinite Stal? 3,45 A Cappella 2,
3,45 Sr. Girls' Glee 3,45 Jr. Red
Cross I5 Jr. Mixed Choir I5 Jr.
Prom Comm. 35 Driving Club 35
Latin Club 25 Soph. Dance Comm. 2.
LINDA MARY McCLINTOCK
Courtesy Club 3,45 Jr. Mixed Chor-
us I5 F.H.A. l,3,4.
THERON R. McDANIEL
E. MAXIENE MCKINLEY
Class Officer, Secretary 45 Student
Council 25 Courtesy Club 25 A
Cappella 45 Guidance Oftice, Secre-
tary 3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Prom
CAROLE ANN MCMILLIN
Girls' Basketball 3,45 Gym Exhibi-
tion 2,35 Girls' Glee 3,45 Pencil
Comm. 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
Football l,2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35
Sophomore Dance Comm. 25 Var-
sity Club 45 Intramural I,2,3,
PATRICIA JOYCE MORRISON
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Girls' Glee
25 Library Club 2,3,45 Driving Club
35 Jr. Dance Comm. 35 Candy
CHARLOTTE LOUISE MEMINGER
Senior Band 2,3,45 Latin Club 2.
MARIE ESTHER MORRIS
Library Club I,25 A Cappella 2,3,45
Junior Mixed Choir I5 F.H.A. 1,25
Girls' Glee 3,45 Guidance Office
Secretary 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Jr.
Play, Ticket Comm. 35 Student
Council 25 Broadcast 4.
DONALD LEE MYERS
Junior Mixed Chorus I5 Boys' Glee
25 A Cappella 3,45 Safe Driving
JERRY G. NESTO5
Student Council l,2,35 Franklinitu
Staff 3,45 Junior Play 35 Class Offi-
cer, Pres. 2,35 Varsity Football 45
Senior Council 45 Track 3,45 Intra-
mural Sports l,2,35 Jr. Prom Comm.
35 Christmas Dance Comm. 3.
FLOYD LAWRENCE OHI.ER
Junior Mixed Choir I.
BONNIE ETHEL PAINTER
Junior Mixed Choir i5 Red Cross I5
Safe Driving 35 Girls' Glee 35 French
Club 35 Dramatics Club I5 Cart-
wheelers 3,45 Gym Exhibition 25
F.H.A. Treasurer I5 Stationery
Comm. 25 Jr. Christmas Dance
F. EUGENE PATTERSON
Senior Band I,2,3,45 Orchestra 2,
3,45 Safe Driving 2.
RONALD FRANCIS PINDEL
District Chorus 45 Varsity Football
l,2,3,45 Honor Society 3,4, Presi-
dent 45 Junior Play 35 Student Coun-
cil 2,45 Madrigal 3,45 Boys' Glee 2,
3,45 A Cappella 2,3,45 A Cappella
Pres. 45 Senior Play 4.
SHIRLEY MARIE PLYLER
Student Council 35 Broadcast Staff
45 Franklinite Staff 3,45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Driving Club 35 Junior
Plav Prompter 3.
.IUDITH LEE PEARCE
Madrigal 3,45 A Cappella 2,3,4
District Chorus 35 Courtesy Club 3
Girls' Glee 3.
CHERYI. HOPE PIXLEY
Franklinite Staff 3,45 Franklinite
Editor 45 A Cappella 2,3,45 Girls'
Glee 2,3,45 Madrigal 45 Courtesy
Club 2,35 Jr. Play 35 District Chorus
45 Honor Society 3,45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Jr. Red Cross 2,3,45 Mus-
ical Broadcast 2,45 Ring Comm. 2.
DONNA I.EE RALSTON
Library Club I5 F.H.A. 45 Broadcast
25 Girls' Glee 2,3,4.
THERESA LEONORE NICKLIN
Latin Club 25 Girls' Glee 2,3,45
Franklinite 3,45 Jr. Play 35 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Honor Society 3,45 Driv-
ing Club 35 Sophomore Dance
Comm. 25 Jr. Mixed Chorus I5 Sen-
ior Class Council 4.
STEPHEN J. OSGOOD
Intramural Basketball 1,25 Basket-
ball Manager i5 Junior Mixed Choir
VINCENT B. PASTOR
and finall ,entrance into
BARBARA JEAN REAGLE
Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Broadcast Stat?
I5 Junior Mixed Choir I.
JOHN KENT RICHARDS
BEVERLY JOY ROBSON
Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus I5
Junior Red Cross 3,45 Safe Driving
45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Jr. High
French Club I5 Stationery Comm.
35 Guidance Office 4.
EFFIE LOUISE REED
Jr, Prom Comm. 35 Candy Comm. 4,
MARTHA LEE RICHARDSON
Franklinite Buisness Manager 45
Franklinite Staff 35 Student Council
2,35 Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Honor Society 3,45 A
Cappella 3,45 Girls' Glee 2,35 Dis-
trict Chorus 45 Madrigal 3,45 Mus-
ical Broadcast l,2,3,45 Swing Band
Soloist 2,3,45 Courtesy Club 25 Jr.
Christmas Dance 3.
NANCY JANE RODGERS
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Girls' Glee
35 Junior Red Cross 3,45 Safe Driv-
ing Club 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Latin Club 25 Stationery Comm. 35
MARY ELIZABETH ROSSITER
unior Red Cross 'l 2 3 4' ir S
Glee 234' Music Council Vice
Pres. 3' Jr. Prom Comm. 3' Sopho-
more Dance Comm. 2- Driving Club
3- Stationery Comm. 3' Guidance
Ofiice 4- Honor Society 34' Cart-
wheelers 3 4' Senior Play 4.
BRIDGET IRENE SCURRY
Cheerleading 4' Junior Mixed Choir
I5 Girls Glee 25 Courtesy Club 3,45
Pencil Comm. 25 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Stationery Comm, 35 Broadcast Staff
CHARLES L. SHOUEY
Intramural Basketball 3.
KATHLEEN DONNA RUBY
Senior Band 45 A Cappella 35 Girls'
Glee 2,3 4- Junior Mixed Choir I5
Broadcast Staf? 2' French Club 3,45
Latin Club 2' Junior Prom Comm.
3- Honor Society 3,45 Library Club
RALPH H. SCHICK
Junior Play 3' Senior Play 45 Pub-
licity Comm., Senior Play 45 Christ-
mas Assemblv 4.
WILLIAM L. SHULL
Rocky Grove I.
JUDITH ANN STALKER
Student Council Pres. 45 Student
Council Vice Pres, 35 Honor Society
3,45 Maiorette l,2,3,45 A Cappella
3,45 Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Courtesy
Club 25 Girls' Glee 2,35 Latin Club
Treasurer 25 Musical Broadcast I5 Jr,
Prom Comm. 3.
VIRGINIA RAE STEELE
Senior Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Safe Driv-
ing Club 25 Library Club l,2,-45
Junior Mixed Chorus I.
WALTER BRUCE STRIGHT
Student Council 35 Safe Driving
Club 35 Football I.
the world of jobs
HELEN LUCILLE SIRES
Girls' Glee 35 Library Club I5 Safe
Driving Club I5 F.H.A. l.
GEORGE SHERMAN SMITH, JR.
Latin Club I5 Student Council 35
French Club I5 Junior Prom Comm.
FREDERICK DARWIN SNOW
Senior French Club lj Basketball
l,25 Intramural Sports I,2,3,45
Wrestling 2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45
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JOAN MARIE STARON
Sr. Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Jr. Mixed
Chorus I5 Safe Driving Club 3.
JOSEPH FRANKLIN STEWART
Junior Mixed Choir I5 Senior Boys'
Glee Vice Pres. 2,3,45 A Cappella
3,45 French Club 1,25 Senior Band
Color Guard 45 Madrigal 4.
MELBA LOUISE THOMAS
F.T,A., Vice President 3,45 Junior
Play 35 F.H.A. 35 Safe Driving 3:
French Club 3,4.
BARBARA ANN SMITH
CHARLES THEODORE SNELL
Junior High Football I5 Jr. High
Basketball I5 Varsity Football l,3,45
Varsity Basketball l,2,3,45 Track I,
2,35 Varsity Club l,2,35 Student
Council I5 Intramural Sports 2,35
Gym Exhibition l,2,3.
WILLIAM JOHN STAKE
or college with dreams
KENNETH HAROLD TIDBALL
BARRY L. TROTTER
Stage Crew 2,3,45 Franklinite 3,45
Musical Broadcast 2,35 Swing Band
2,35 Orchestra 2,35 Band 2.
CATHERINE LOUISE VAN CISE
Girls' Glee l,2,3,4,
MARY LOU TIDD
French Club 3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 5
A Cappella 3,45 Jr. Red Cross 25
Junior Mixed Choir l.
MARY C. VERGIS
Cheerleading l,2,35 Maiorette 45
Student Council l,2,3,45 Student
Council Secretary 15 Girls' Glee 2,
3,45 Jr. Prom 35 Broadcast Staff 35
Musical Broadcast 35 Homecoming
Queen Attendant 35 Courtesy Club
JUDSON DEAN VAN HOUTEN
Senior Band l,2,3,45 Senior Or-
chestra 3,45 Safe Driving Club 35
Musical Broadcast 3,45 Jr. Prom
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PATRICIA ANNE VOLOSHIN
Cooking Club 35 Girls' Basketball 3.
NANCY LILLIAN WAREHAM
Tri-Hi-Y I5 Senior French Club 45
F.H.A. P 1.
D. sauce wmre
Football 3,45 Varsity 45 J.V. Basket-
ball l,25 Intramurals 2,3,45 French
Club lj J,V. Football 2.
LAWANDA JANE WATT
Girls' Glee 45 Library Club 4.
THOMAS W. WHITE
WILLIAM WILSON WIBLE
Varsity Football 2,3,45 Jr. High
Football lp Junior Varsity Football
35 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Track
3,45 Varsity Basketball 4.
SHIRLEY ANNE WOLFE
Latin Club 2,35 Jr. Red Cross 3,45
Band Flag Twirler 45 Jr. Play 35
Girls' Glee 2,3,45 A Cappella 45 Jr.
Prom Comm. 35 Junior Mixed
Chorus 'I5 Senior Council 45 Red
Cross 3,45 Stationery Comm, Chair-
man 35 Sophomore Dance Comm.
25 Senior Play 4.
RICHARD L. HARTILELL
Intramural Sports l,2,35 Basketball
ROBERT H. DENNIS
Football 253,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45
RICHARD GLENN WIEGEL
Franklinite 2,3,45 Wrestling 4.
BETTY ANN WOODFORD
Junior Mixed Choir l5 Driving Club
QUIRINO DI PASQUALE
Sophomore Dance Comm. 25 Christ-
mas Dance Cornm. 35 Junior Prom
Comm, 35 Ring Comm. 35 Varsity
Football 35 Nominating Comm. 2.
JOHN T. JEWELI.
Football lp Wrestling l,2.
vw? ' up
Row ln T. Nicklin, J. Stalker, J. Lester, C. Pixley. Row 2: J.
Jones, S. Wolfe, G. Kruger, M. Richardson, M. Maloney.
Row 3: C. Case, J. Christy, J. Nestos, P. Lesco, M. Dow,
M. Thomas, J. Henry, R. Pindel, L. Beightol, F. Fry, R.
Brown, R. Shick, B. Beach.
R, Pindel and M555 Runninger, S. Wolfe, C. Case, J. Jones, G. Kruger, M. Richardson
Under the direction of Clinton Perrine, the class of '57 chose as their Junior Play
The Robe, a dramatic story of the cloak of Jesus Christ and how it affected the lives of
many. John Henry, Martha Richardson, and Ron Pindel portrayed the roles of Marcellus,
Dianne, and Demetrious with much feeling and skill. The Junior Class was proud of
their play, for The Robe was one of the most outstanding productions ever presented on
Franklin High's stage.
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Row 'lz R. Pindel, J. Stalker, K. Beggs, R. Wiegel, J. Christy,
T. Kubiak, F. Dehermann-Roy, J. Lester, R. Brown. Row 2: S.
Heasley, L. Beightol, R. Shick, S. Osgood, J. Stewart, J.
Henry, J. Nestos, J. Allebach, M. Richardson, S. Wolfe
M. Dow, P. Kelley, N. Adams, B. Gadsby, B. Rossiter,
Tenant house scene. Rick Wiegel
The class of '57 could really be proud ot their play, "Dino", Because it centered
around teenagers and their problems, the cast was able to perform with insight and
understanding. John Christy, in the title role, certainly rated praise along with Karen
Beggs, who played his friend, Shirley. The production was directed by Clinton Perrine,
and the prompters were Sally Brown and Judy Pearce.
Junior - Senior Prom
May 25 - The Junior Prom! More than three hundred guests were present to see
Franklin High's gymnasium changed to an Oriental Garden with colorful streamers,
flowers, lanterns, and fans contributing to the atmosphere. The high point of the evening
was the crowning of the queen, Bonita Young, by Jerry Nestos, after which the happy
but tired dancers went to the Franklin Club for an after-prom party.
Handsomest: Andy Maitland
Prettiest: Evelyn Lynn
Most Popular: Joyce Andre
Most Studious: Cheryl Pixley
Wittiest Sue Heasley Biggest Flirt: Mary Dow
Mike MUl0neY John Christy
Best Figure: Phyllis Graham Best Dressed: Judy atalker
Best Build: Ted Kubiqc Jerry Nestos
Most Athletic: Pat Kelley Shyest: Lawanda Watt
Chuck Snell Larry Bong
Shortest: Bonnie Painter
Tcllesf: Bob Dennis
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ln 1949, the various elementary schools in Franklin
transferred the task of educating a group of youngsters
to the secondary school in this town - Franklin High
School. That was the initial meeting of a group of people
sharing common acquaintances and interests who were to
complete their secondary education together. Thus, our
class came into being.
As customary our first three years were spent in
acquainting ourselves with the students, teachers and
system of this new school. Then, looking ahead toward the
events and activities in which we would participate as
seniors, we began to organize in our sophomore year.
The following officers were elected to officially take
charge of class affairs: President, Jerry Nestosp Vice Pres-
ident, Joyce Andre, Secretary, Mary Dow, and Treasurer,
Larry Beightol. When Mr. McElhatten was selected to be
our class advisor, we then were ready to undertake
various sophomore activities.
The first project in which we engaged that year was
the selling of pencils on which were printed wrestling and
basketball schedules. The tastiness of the homemade
candy which we sold at the Junior and Senior Plays and
the Broadcast was evidenced by the successful sales
which prevailed. When we planned our first social affair,
the Sophomore dance, our theme, "Dreamer's Holiday",
was pronounced delightful and the occasion was de-
clared a success.
When the passage of months advanced us into our
iunior year, our elected officers were: President, Jerry
Nestosp Vice-President, Maria Callan, Secretary, Mary
Dow, Treasurer, Larry Beightol. Soon we were busily
occupied with selling hot dogs, candy, and pop at the
football as well as basketball games. Our Christmas
Dance, "Rhythm on Ice," was brought off successfully,
and we afterwards commenced the selling of mono-
Soon we engaged in preparing and presenting, our
Junior Play, "The Robe," under the direction of Mr.
Perrine. This was an unusual story for a high school group
to enact, and it was agreed by the viewers that we
executed it most admirably.
Then it was time to begin preparations for the most
vast undertaking of our school year - the Junior-Senior
Prom. "Oriental Gardens" was selected as the theme,
and after weeks of preparation, the much awaited night
arrived. The prom was declared both exquisitely planned
and carried out, and on this pleasant note our iunior year
came to a close.
In the fall of 1956 our class vicariously became noted
when Francoise Dehermann-Roy, a French exchange stu-
dent, arrived to become a member of our senior class for
a school year. With the return of students full of enthus-
iasm for the new year, the initial undertaking of the
seniors was to present the annual Homecoming Dance,
over which Joyce Andre reigned as Queen.
The senior administration underwent a change and
these students - Joyce Andre, Sue Heasley, Maxiene
McKinley, and Larry Beightol - were elected respectively
President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The
first successful event under the new administration was
the presentation of the senior play, "Dino," once again
under the direction of Mr. Perrine. Following this event
we undertook the selling of Christmas Cards, the last
proiect in which our class as a whole participated.
In the spring of 1957, the Junior Class gave a prom
in our honor, we had our senior picnic, and delighted the
senior high school with our novel activities and skits on
senior day. Our commencement exercises are over, and
although we had been looking forward to the day when
we would leave Franklin High, it suddenly seems as
though we are being catapaulted into a vast and mysti-
fying world. But we are not irreplaceable, and already
others are eagerly waiting to take our places. Farewell
Franklin High School. Proudly and gratefully we salute
Last Will and Testament
We, the class of '57, having finally completed our
six years cf Franklin High School, find that leaving is not
as enjoyable as we thought it would be. To the class of
'58, we leave our good behavior at all times, and our
happy memories. To our advisor, Mr. McElhattan, we
leave our most sincere gratitude and to our teachers we
leave the hope that their patience is not entirely shattered.
As individuals we leave the following:
Theresa Nicklin leaves "Lizzie's" empty gas tank to
her brother, provided that he can fill it.
Ted Kubiak leaves to play tackle on the San Quentin
Francoise Dehermann -Roy leaves to Franklin High
School, "son accent, sa sincere gratitude, et ses bons
Mike Maloney leaves his French accent to Frank
Andy Maitland leaves his gold-plated sax to any fool
who thinks he can play the darn thing.
Chuck McCullough wills Cheryl Snyder to Dick
Fred Snow and Barry Trotter leave to get married.
George Kruger and John Richards leave to be mar-
Karen Beggs leaves the Jeep to anyone who can drive
it skillfully enough to beat Ronnie Pindel's Ford in the
Betsy Rossiter, Marie Morris, and Maxiene McKinley
leave all the work they didn't do in Mr. Wise's office
to Jayne and Carole.
Jim Dick leaves his red face to the Navahos.
Jim Collins is leaving to further his education in "Motel
Clyde Case and Dick Hartzell are leaving Rocky Grove
to anyone who can find a way up and back during the
Larry Beightol leaves to carry on the family tradition
at Bob's Atlantic, "Beetle's Little Gold Mine".
Leon Billingsley wills his "mild temper" to Ed Bergen
during football season.
Mike Harris leaves to take over behind the bar at
Judy Pearce, "Miss Pizza" of '57 leaves with cheese,
tomato sauce, and dough.
Pat Kelley leaves her faith in the Democratic Party
to Mr. Flath.
Joni Allebach and Phyllis Graham leave searching
for malicious men.
Jay Bailey and Jud Van Houten leave searching for
To Carl Wible, Patty Voloshin leaves her Elvis Presley
Eugene Patterson leaves his tootin' talent to Fred
Qurino Di Pasquale leaves his habit of betting on the
football team to anyone who can afford it.
To Roy Blair, Butch Schick leaves his swivel hips.
Wallie Stright leaves Mr. and Mrs. Davis in great ioy.
Jerry Nestos leaves Bill White with an open field.
Anna - the last of the Colellas' - leaves the school
EFfie Reed, Joanne Croyle, and Catherine VanCise
leave their pretty, black hair to Peggy Shoaff.
James Krizon and Celia Doverspike leave their shy-
ness to Marilyn Canon and Blaine Kuhn.
Cliff Minnich leaves to take over the Eighth Street Bar
Sue Heasley leaves her giddy laugh to Barb Gorr.
Rose Cauvel, Dana Ditzenberger, Virginia Steel, and
Donna Ralston leave to ioin the Moose.
Twila Marsh, Dolly Sires, Mary Lou Tidd, and Kathy
Ruby leave to start a convalescent home.
To sister Mary Anne, Pat Lesco leaves her good times
and best wishes for success.
Lois Beers leaves to merge with Marchibroda Inc.
Nancy Rodgers, Joy Robson, Twila Baughman, and
Turzah Atwell leave their combined height to Larry
Evelyn Lynn leaves her title as "prettiest" to Roberta
Charlotte Memminger, Anne Lindberg, and Pat Mor-
rison leave without protest.
John Henry leaves in a big, bad Buick.
Ray Kinnear leaves his hair grease to lubricate the
driver's training car.
Chuck Shouey and Ken Martin leave their parking
space in front of school to Dick McVay.
T. R. McDaniel and Eugene Hook leave to start "The
Friendly Finance Company".
Nancy Doyle, Mary Jane Haggerty, Virginia Steele,
Jean Hamilton, and Joan Staron leave wishing the Juniors
luck in their Senior year.
Nellie Adams, Barb Gadsby, Janet Daniels, Barb
Reagle, and Shirley Plyler leave to start a branch of the
Foreign Legion in Franklin.
Melba Thomas and Martha Richardson leave to hold
religious meetings at the Y.M.C.A.
Tom White, Judy Blair, Bill Burkhardt, and Doy Myers
leave their red hair to Mr. Treadwell.
Garnet Burchfield, Barbara Smith, Pat Hanna, and
Linda McClintock leave in the glitter of a diamond.
LeRoy Ward leaves his dislike for the female race to
Martha Griffen and Virginia Greggs leave their friend-
ship to Jane Morris and Peggy Shoaff.
Ken Henson leaves to join the Globe Trotters.
Bob Dennis, Tod Douglas, and Jim Carr leave as high
school career men.
Shirley Wolfe and Mary Dow leave with their own
To Peggy Beightol, Sis Armstrong, Gene Luppino, and
Fran Fry leave their sweet disposition.
Sally Brown leaves her bouncy walk to J. Dunne.
Bill Schull and Carole McMillin leave the high school
Jon Franklin leaves to become a giraffe scrubber at
the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Rodger Lore leaves to get a haircut.
Doris and Daryl Adams leave to grow Adam's apples.
Joe Stewart leaves his friendly personality to Joe
Judy Stalker leaves to wow the college boys.
Shirley Fellner, Meredith Beatty, Willovene Frailey,
and Betty Woodford leave to manage a Turkish Bath.
Chuck Snell leaves with a superiority complex.
Dana Dodd and Billy Wible leave their jitterbugging
talent to anyone buggy enough to jitter.
Biddie Scurry wills her sex appeal to Wally Mc-
Carole Mattern leaves her guitar to Angeline Vocisano
so she can sing her horse to sleep.
John Christy leaves his Wyatt Earp six guns to Donnie
Dan Beals leaves to ioin the staff of "People's First"
with George and Liberace.
Jackie Lester, Jo Anne Knooihuizen and Cheryl Pixley
leave to put on weight.
y Class Prophecy
It is May, 1977, and we have iust returned from our
class reunion at the Polk Playground. lt was amazing to
see how many successful people grew out of the class
of '57, Perhaps you will remember some of them.
Betsy Rossiter and Anna Colella are now outstanding
figures in the Catholic Daughters of America.
Theresa Nicklin and Maxiene McKinley are co-owners
of the Kayton Theatre.
Ted Kubiak is running a speakeasy at Cooperstown.
Willovene Frailey, Judy Blair, and Judy Pearce have
organized a world-wide pizza plan to improve foreign
Steve Osgood and Mike Maloney are the masters of
ceremony for Wilkin's Amateur Hour.
George Smith has recently invented a seedless water
melon which can be purchased at any of Ray Brown's
Mari Dow, Shirley Wolfe, and Marcella Delmaso are
singing clerks at Dianna Hartman's downtown beauty
salon for hen-pecked husbands.
Dana Dodd is now teaching old maids to play
Billy Wible and Jimmy Jones are teaching the fox-
trot at Dodd's canasta school.
Andy Maitland and Jud Van Houten and Jay Bailey
are managing the famous night-spot, "The Stacked Deck
and Cracked Chip Casino" atop Gurney Hill.
Barry Trotter and Fred Snow are happily married and
have merged with Ken Tidball and Chuck Shouey in
"Junky Cars Inc."
George Kruger and John Richards are giving free
dancing lessons at Monarch Park.
Martha Richardson and Ron Pindel are singing com-
mercials for elephant toe nail clippers on Melba Thomas's
T.V. program, "This ls Your Strife."
Jackie Lester and Doris Baker are selling cigarettes
with the new athletic filters invented by the great bio-
chemist L. L. Beach.
Sally Brown is demonstrating pogo sticks at Beetle's
little gold mine.
Jerry Nestos is now managing an Armenian Restau-
John Delo is demonstrating elevated shoes in Sis
Wible's new company, "Falling Tootsies Inc."
Joyce Andre and Judy Stalker are attempting to
extract milk from milkweed.
John Christy is president of Alcoholics Anonymous
Fred Brockman has replaced Charles Atlas as the
nation's number one muscle man. His wife, Twila Baugh-
man, works out with him.
Donna Ralston and Rick Wiegle are trapping animals
in the Franklin Parks.
Carole Mattern and T. R. McDaniel have replaced
Roy Rodgers and Dale Evans.
Pat Kelley is a four-star general in the lady marines.
Clyde Case was unable to attend our reunion because
he's trying to break the record of flag-pole sitting.
Cheryl Pixley and Rose Cauvel are now bus-drivers
for the Gray-Hound Company.
Jo Anne Knnoihuizen, Eugene Patterson, Jim Collins,
LeRoy Ward, and Barbara Reagle are frequently seen
on television as the "Green Door Choral Group".
Jon Allebach and Mary Vergis are modeling argyle
socks for the Jenny Shops.
Phyllis Graham and Bonnie Painter are diplomats to
the Arctic Circle.
Bill Schull and Carole McMillin replaced Mary Kay
and Johnny on the U.S. Tin Hour.
Aron Burchfield, Gene Luppino, and Gene Hook have
all passed away.
Dan Beals and Joanne Croyle are teaching violin
lessons to the inmates at Sing-Sing.
Karen Beggs and Sue Heasley have recently launched
a rocket ship to the moon.
Bill Burkhardt is starring in a Broadway Play produced
by Fran Fry and Quinn Di Pasquale.
Doris and Daryl Adams are a great success with their
Jim Carr and Pat Hanna are co-managers of the
Jim Dick and Don Myers are fighting over the hand
of Celia Doverspike.
Jon Franklin and John Henry are the official cheer-
leaders for Chuck Snell's fan club.
John Jewell and Bob Baker are co-managers of Shirley
Fellner's Whity Didy Service.
Tom White has finally perfected his freckle remover
and as a result Biddie Scurry has disappeared from the
face of the earth.
Ray Kinnear and Barbara Smith have recently invented
a backscratcher for Giraffes.
Twinkletoes Schick now plays Madam Butterfly on
Wally Stright and Kathy Ruby were married last week
by Justice of the Peace M. L. Tidd.
Nancy Wareham, Jean Hamilton, Meredith Beatty,
Carole Anderson, Nancy Doyle, Joan Staron, Linda Mc-
Clintock, under the fine leadership of Melvin Baughman,
have established a bird-watchers colony atop Gurney
Virginia Greggs, Martha Griffen, Nancy Carson, Effie
Reed, and Garnet Burchfield are watching the bird-
Bruce White and Dolly Sires are collecting gravel for
the Franklin Gravel Pitt.
Nellie Adams could not attend our reunion because
she is having her tongue rehinged.
The Very Reverend Tod Douglas and Brother Bob
Dennis are living as hermits at Kohler's Hole.
Larry Botts and his wife Betty Woodford have won the
honors at the county fair for hogcalling.
The Honorable Doctors Billingsley and Doutt and
nurses Anne Lindbergh, Charlotte Meminger, Shirley Ply-
ler, Joan Kozella, and Nancy Rodgers have won the
Junior Achievement medal for vaccinating chickens for
Joe Stewart and Ken Henson are vocalists for the
Sandy Lake Symphony under the fine direction of Judy
James Krizon, Cliff Minnich, Rodger Lore, Ken Martin,
Dick Hartzell have offered their lives for the advancement
of science: for that reason they are not with us today.
Chuck McCullough's son, Nerford, recently won the
bug-weight boxing championship.
Francoise Dehermann-Roy is the French Ambassador
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Row 1: P. Amberson, M. Cannon, H. Burrell, C. Beach,
N. Carson, S. Gibb, B. Gorr. Row 2: J. Baker, S.
Barnes, G. Gillette, R. Clark, C. Brown, D. Doutt, C
Cooley, E. Farren, E. Fellner, K. Conklin. Row 3: K
Eakin, D. Baker, M. Hamilton, P. Boal, J. Barnes,
S. Campbell, K. Conklin, N. Shorts, B. Beightol, J
Dick, J. Brown. Row 4: C. Cotterman, B. White, B
Butters, R. Blair, J. Breene, L. Baker, J. Beightol, B
Brown, J. Aylesworth, J. Bean, C. Baughman.
HOME ROOM 203
Row 1: S. Miller, N. Manoski, E. Holland, M. McDaniel,
S. Lingler. Row 2: T. Lee, S. Keller, S. Keller, S. Mc-
Clelland, E. Henderson, A. Kirwin. Row 3: J. Healy,
M. Miller, C. Hummel, F. Lockhart, R. Hoover, D. Low-
ers, B. McConnell. Row 4: J. Lazo, S. Miller, B. Deeter,
R. Deal, J. Campbell, E. DeLong, J. Brown, C. Cherry,
HOME ROOM 205
Row 1: B. Saeli, K. Scurry, S. Huefner, S. Richardson,
M. Metz, M. Orr. Row 2: T. Jones, S. Phillips, B.
Montana, J. Morris, L. O'Polka, C. Parry, N. Pierce.
Row 3: R. Hawke, H. Gurney, M. Oakes, C. Roemer,
P. Seifreit, M. Reagle, P. Nadig, N. Rice. Row 4: P.
Fonzo, B. Harrah, J. Eshelmon, D. Gulnac, P. Schultz,
R. Robbins, L. Rodahaver, J. Schultz, C. Oakes.
HOME ROOM 207
Row 'li 3- 5l16ClSleY, C. Vogus, N. Thomas, S. Thayer,
R. Sutton, M. Stuck, S. Wright, A. Settlemire. Row 2:
J. Luppino, S. Stcnup, M. Wood, P. Shoaf, A. Stearns
J. Valeski, M. Sopher, l. Timney. Row 3: E. Hores,
D. Hughes, J. Snyder, J. Zarzeszny, K. Shillidcly, G.
Stefanclkos, B. Snyder, L. Shawgo. Row 4: B. Kuhn,
J. Lawson, T. Kelly, J. Karns, M. Marshall, B. Kiser,
D. Kistler, C. Hawkins, P. Hogue, S. Sheasley.
HOME ROOM 301
Row T: l.. Doll, B. Wood, R. Sloan, P. Reed, B. Novak,
R. Eakin, R. Clark, R. Perrine. Row 2: R. Plumer, L.
Morris, E. Thomas, J. Edges, J. Monarch, E. Snyder,
R. McCarty. Row 3: J. Phenecie, W. Sobota, T.
Valeski, R. McFetridge, J. Nicklin, C. Wible, D. Reib.
Row 4: D. LeGrand, D. Runninger, J. Patterson, W.
McDougall, J. Snyder, D. Phillips, D. Snyder, F. Tarr,
D. Rice. Absent-G. Miller, R. Woitowicz, R. Snyder.
HOME ROOM 103
Row 1: B. Brown, C. Bowser, C. Austin, J. Beggs, A.
Beers, R. Baker, A. Brennemon. Row 2: P. Beighfol,
J. Brown, M. Blair, E. Baughman, J. Adams, P. Anstead.
Row 3: B. Dale, B. Blum, L. Bevingfon, B. Collingwood,
B. Ashley, R. Bowen, A. Cummings, M. Beers. Row 4:
D. Adelman, R. Barnes, J. Brown, A. Bean, E. Atwell,
M. Blair, B. Baiorek, B. Chamberlain.
HOME ROOM 105
Row 1: B. GrifTen, D. Fry, D. Coast, C. Foster, F.
Craft, H. Donahue. Row 2: J. Donaldson, P. Cross,
M. Dickson, R. Fleming, B. Dodd, M. Eakin, G. Clark,
R. Clark. Row 3: R. Harrison, M. Campbell, A. Dean,
J. Dick, C. Fulmer, T. Findlan, J. DeVault, P. Griffen,
J. Eakin. Row 4: P. Soutouras, B. Grove, B. Deligiannis,
D. Ghering, N. Ewing, S. Engles, F. Dean, E. Dille.
HOME ROOM 107
Row 1: P. McCune, P. Hall, B. Lee, C. Harrah, A. Lynn
L. Kugler, K. Kistler. Row 2: C. Lawrence, J. Mc
Clelland, P. Lynn, C. Lineman, J. Limber, C. Lindholm
A. Lynn, J. Hof1man, J. Miller, C. Jewell. Row 3: M
Kase, B. Irwin, J. Kerschner, R. Hersman, B. Lynch, B
McCl'1esney, J. Marshall, M. Harry, K. Logue. Row 4
J. Hichs, L. McNuH, T, McGuire, J. Heffern, J. Houbert,
B. Jones, D. Troher, J. Kline, F. Hugus.
Row l: M. McMurcly, B. Morrison, B. Primosic, E.
Moulton, M. Parry, T. Nalepa, L. Richardson. Row 2
J. Seely, V. Noggle, P. Pindel, M. Nicklin, J. Quigley
S. McMichael, L. Monarch, P. Midage, S. Monarch
Row 3: B. Richards, D. McVay, T. Parker, B. Moyer, C.
Newton, J. Pastor, F. Moses, F. Murdoch, R. Berg
Row 4: F. Marando, D. Sibley, J. Harris, J. Dunn
B. Miller, C. Smith, E. Petrini, B. Moffatt, P. Runninger
HOME ROOM 113
Row l: B. Wheeling, R. Ruby, R. Snyder, S. Wright,
M. Gillette, J. Schiffer, C. Willis, L. Viele, M. Spencer,
C. Reynolds. Row 2: N. Smith, D. Rodgers, P. Will-
young, E. Rhoads, E. Uber, L. Sharrer, J. Wentworth,
A. Wilson, J, Rumberger, R. Vroman. Row 3: W.
Thomas, R. Webber, E. Wareham, R. Wright, B. Snell,
J. Snyder, J. Ziegler, C. Wood, C. Thomas. Row 4:
L. Sopher, W. Wimer, T. Stefanakos, B. Stroup, F.
Warrington, G. Stake, D. Woods, A. Whitman.
HOME ROOM 'l
Row T: M. Greggs, R. Stanley, J. Gibb, E. White. Row
2: N. Morrison, J. Gaiser, M. Phillips, E. Baker, M.
Crisman. Row 3: M. Gadsby, V. Golden, B. Young,
R. Pastor, A. Vocisano, J. Baker.
HOME ROOM 'l'l5
Row l: W. Watt, F. Susi, R. Wolfe, P. Gillette, W.
Minnick, E. Witherup, J. Vogus. Row 2: S. Tucker, B.
White, J. Wheeler, T. O'Brien, J. Tincler, C. Wood,
V. White. Row 3: C. Wolfe, M. Willis, P. Schiffer,
B. Young, S. Johnson, L. Mealy, M. Vergis. Row 4: D.
Stake, J. Tidd, T. Viele, T. Sterner, J. Umbreit, D.
Tanner, L. Storm, R. Wahner.
HOME ROOM 206
Row l: W. Barns, N. Beach, E. Ball, M. Adams, K.
Beals, B. Brown, S. Barnett, C. Bingman. Row 2: R.
Cauvel, D. Cheers, K. Baughman, S. Campbell, F.
Beatty, C. Burkhardt, J. Andre, B. Barnes, K. Bailey,
J. Beggs. Row 3: R. Bergin, C. Cardell, S. Billingsley,
G. Baughman, R. Beightol, R. Boal, J. Case, D. Beggs,
R. Brakeman, C. Cooper, G. Blum. Row 4. J. Barr,
O. Beck, G. Brown, M. Brown, E. Bergin, J. Bailey, B.
Beith, C. Bean, C. Botts.
HOME ROOM 208
Row l: G. Daily, G. Cramer, R. Comfort, P. Haylett
L. Donahue, S. Boyles, B. Dick, J. DeVault, J. Graham
Row 2: S. Finch, J. Griffin, J. Grannis, S. Fry, C. Hovis
C. Garland, B. Farren, Q. Finerock, D. Eppinger, J
Cochran. Row 3: H. Grill, A. Jones, C. Hawkins, C
Hartzell, S. Jones, P. Flaugh, H. Harris, E. Frailey, G
Taylor. Row 4: J. Gildenston, W. Ghering, J. Clayton
J. Conrad, L. Fogle, B. Cozacl, P. Cauvel, R. Swanton
F. Fultz, R. Cokain.
HOME ROOM 210
Row 1: L. Linn, B. Kaste, J. Little, L. Manoshe, F
Hohnson, D. Hitzeman, D. Hughes, B. Keller. Row 2: N
Lang, S. Mauk, B. Lingler, M. Mayes, L. Linn, S
Marshinke, S. Lepley, M. Lesko, A. Kaste. Row 3
B. Hanna, 5. Lesco, B. Lamberton, J. Kozella, D. Long
P. Griffin, M. Lavery, J. Kerschner, K. Kinnear, C
Johnston, J. Harrah. Row 4: D. Greenlee, D. Grove
E. Lesko, J. Judy, L. Jones, M. Ritchey, C. Harvey.
HOME ROOM 212
Row 1: L. Marshall, J. Nadig, P. Plumer, K. McCand-
less, D. McVay, L. Ohler. Row 2: J. Morrison, B. Mc-
Kinley, C. Patterson, D. O'Polka, C. Nalepa, S. Patter-
son, J. McCall. Row 3: W. Morris, R. Owens, J
Patterson, B. Reagle, C. Miller, D. McFetriclge, J. Miller,
M. McCartney. Row 4: G. Pachla, S. McClelland, R
Michael, J. Lusher, R. Marterella, J. Montana, S
HOME ROOM 214
Row 1: D. Rummel, S. Smith, S. Stroup, M. Kelley,
P. Thomas, B. Shouey, M. Soissen, G. Say. Row 2: S
Snyder, N. Show, B. Shaffer, J. Shull, P. Smeal, S
Rhodes, S. Snyder. Row 3: D. Robertson, K. Hough
M. Shorts, S. Shorts, S. States, S. Sayers, D. Richard-
son, B. Rice, L. Ritchey, T. Sacldoris, A. Scurry. Row 4
R. Rankin, T. Rossman, K. Sherene, J. Roushey, T
Smith, J. Shultz, C. Richey, E. Smith, F. Ritchey, B
Satterwhite, J. Sipe. Absent-R. Say.
HOME ROOM T00
Row 'l: J. Hazlett, M. O'Brien, R. Brown, B. Croyle, C
Hiles, D. McCardy. Row 2: G. Zeigler, S. Saeli, A. Kell-
er, A. Baker, G. Hughes, A. Cunningham, D. Wolfe, F.
Webber, D. Long. Row 3: B. Doyle, G. Ghering, M
Dlegel, D. DeLong, G. Woods, P. Baker, P. Reed, H
Owens, B. Crisman, R. Stanley. Row 4: T. Reynolds,
F. Baker, T. Bimber, D. Krizon, D. Slagle, C. Crawford
J. Snow, T. Doyle.
HOME ROOM 102
Row l: J. Rector, L. Murdock, C. Kightlinger, J. Mc-
Camey, D. Doutt, G. Stahlman, T. Snyder, P. Ayles-
worth, B. Harrison. Row 2: M. Reagle, M. A. Ramfos,
S. Porter, M. J. Kugler, V. Fellner, K. Lehman, T.
Bowen, W. Ewing, J. Neeley, C. Ekis. Row 3: M. Van
Cise, E. Shields, J. Shilliday, J. Gillette, J. Phenicie,
C. Fellner, N. Deal, B. Cooley, D. Ditzenberger. Row
4: D. McConnell, M. Deligiannis, C. Simpson, F. Harris,
A. Crum, D. Hovis, R. Baughman, P. Ferry, L. Har-
baugh, L. Baker.
HOME ROOM 104
Row 'l: M. McCarter, J. Beach, B. Robson, L. Baker
B. Dick, J. Doyle, K. Doverspike, B. Deal. Row 2: C
Shingledecker, J. A. Edge, G. Eakin, S. Shuffstall
P. Davis, C. Baughman, K. Davis, P. McClelland, J
Dille. Row 3: D. Thomas, P. Carrara, B. Barnes, E
Robinson, D. Dobos, C. Kelly, J. Jewell, B. Porter
Row 4: B. Denny, L. Lindsey, T. Sloss, E. Kaste, C
Slagle, C. Deligiannis, A. Plummer, W. Harroh, B
Row l: J. Judson, R. Snyder, T. Edkin, B. Baird, B.
Reynolds, E. Ellis, S. Boughner, R. Bacher. Row 2: D.
Wensel, M. McCarty, N. Keller, B. Parlaman, J. Blum,
G. Johnson, F. Kiser, S. Saeli, P. McDowell, P. Mc-
Kinley. Row 3: B. Bingman, P. Lamberton, J. Hartzell,
M. Holland, F. Wilkinson, L. Baker, J. Griffin, M.
Daniels, M. Robertson, M. Painter, P. Richards. Row 4:
J. Long, R. Mott, B. Burgurt, J. Brown, M. Cangemi,
T. Crisman, F. Yetka, T. Black, B. Wolford, B. Phenicie,
HOME ROOM 202
L. Smith, W. Whitman, D. Gilliland, N. Bark, T. Fulmer,
P. Nadig. Row 2: C. Wagner, C. Wright, M. Robison,
J. Shaw, R. Carter, B. Giebner, P. Eicholtz, K. Orsega
R. Stewart. Row 3: K. Storm, M. Singleton, J. Jordan,
S. King, K. Hart, K. Babbington, J. Cramer, J. Vensel,
F. Rhoades, L. Rhoades, B. Thompson. Row 4: L
Scawab, R. Hanna, J. Shultz, P. Beals, E. Kightlinger
G. Snyder, A. White, E. Anstead, D. Boys, J. Schull
HOME ROOM 204
Row l: A. Plyler, C. Rice, L. Lee, K. Richardson, D
Ziegler, G. Midage. Row 2: S. Segelhorst, C. McDowell
S. DeVault, C. Clark, M. Steele, B. Russel, H. Noggle
J. Thomas, J. Sterner, D. Hersman. Row 3: L. Silverman
V. Elliott, E. Wheeler, L. Winkler, C. Broms, K. Petter-
son, N. VanHouten, D. McDonald, T. Judson. Row 4
J. Michael, R. Sires, L. Say, D. Harbaugh, J. Schosser
D. Primosic, G. Marshall, J. Anderson, J. Riddle
HOME ROOM 5
Row 'l: D. Wright, N. Beach, T. Sanford, N. Gurnee,
J. Wolf, R. Wheeler, F. Hoover, F. McMillin, S. Free-
man. Row 2: D. Stewart, S. Novak, L. Stroup, V.
Denny, B. Beggs, V. Brown, B. Campbell, V. Haun.
Row 3: W. Bean, J. Baughman, W. Miller, W. Shields,
F. Updyke, G. Hague, R. Cross, R. Lockhart, L. Say,
HOME ROOM ll
Row l: G. Gealy, R. Watt, L. O'Clair, S. Lawson. Row
2: S. Krizon, B. Dick, C. Barsic, E. Krison, D. Greenlee,
T. Miller, W. Carter, W. Cunningham, C. Mathews.
Row 3: L. Jordan, S. Lawson, K. Kistler, S. Blum, F.
Atwell, G. Shakespeare, A. Rector, C. Sanford, J.
Cozad, J. Lindsey. Row 4: W. Long, C. Eakin, R.
Snyder, G. Doyle, S. Vogan, S. States, D. Moon, L.
Wheeler, D. Brenneman, L. Jackson.
HOME ROOM lO6
Row l: H. Klinger, E. McClelland, S. Campbell, L
Lepley, M. Hardenburg, D. Adams, R. Linn. Row 2: W.
Pyle, G. Sibley, T. Painter, R. Rankin, M. Kessler, J
Wood, S. Peterson, B. Lindsey. Row 3: G. Case, N
Deal, P. Collins, N. Baughman, W. Baker, S. Bleakley
B. Morrison, J. Griltin, M. Phillips. Row 4: D. Hersman
J. Delong, K. Foster, G. Brunton, F. Braddish, R. Boals
J. Harrah, L. Bodien, P. Bears.
HOME ROOM 108
Row l: D. Lawrence, G. Finch, R. Harbaugh, L. Tidd,
E. Voorhies, V. Simpson, D. Haupt, A. McClelland
Row 2: T. Brown, V. Ditzenberger, R. Brunton, G
Marshall, G. Hart, M. Thomas, N. Lepley, F. Uber.
Row 3: G. Reagle, S. Hawke, R. Rodgers, J. Hoovler,
R. Finefrock, S. Shorts, C. Bell, L. Rice, K. Couselman
Row 4: E. Holland, J. Ruby, C. Allebach, E. Boys, B
Lynn, A. Blair, C. Wheeler, E. Geib, E. Shiner, C.
HOME ROOM 'llO
Row l: R. Hurrah, G. Reed, S. McCullough, F. Jolley
J. Kugler, C. McCall, J. Kightlinger, A. Miller. Row 2
B. Barnes, A. Burgert, G. Jolley, T. Reagle, R. Elliott
T. Miller, S. Irwin, B. Tucker, K. McElhattan, J. Shaffer
E. Hugus, K. King, A. Stake, R. Blum, J. Smith, M
Shannon, L. Delo, M. Rice. Row 4: D. Pryer, W. Crum
A. Montgomery, J. Rhoads, K. Klause, R. Karns, R
Plyler, G. Ditzenberger.
HOME ROOM 'Il2
Row l: M. Cramer, L. Watts, L. Gilmore, H. Brown,
K. Collins, D. Finley, F. Butters. Row 2: B. Thomas
B. Smith, M. Collins, N. Foster, N. Richardson, L
Snyder, J. McCamey, D. Gcidsby. Row 3: G. Porter,
A. McFarland, R. Armour, J. Roberts, G. Smith, J
Russel, R. Klingler, J. Orseno, Row 4: D. Bowser, N
Klink, L. Wice, L. Peclley, L. Snyder, D. Morrow, P
Baker, C. Richey, J. Pankratz, G. Maul.
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HOME ROOM 114
Row 'Ia G. DeLong, B. Grove, D. Ghering, C. Griffen,
D. Wilson, A. Runninger, E. Dickert. Row 2: L. Hull
S. Miller, L. Woods, R. Runninger, J. Rogers, J. Mc
Fefridge, J. MohoHey, M. Prem. Row 3: H. Adelmon
L. Fulrz, R. Rice, A. King, J, Judy, N. Rennord, K
Swonion, C. Christy, D. Brown. Row 4: J. Duncan, T
Jones,' T. Deslotfe, M. Viele, D. Brown, M. Pixley, A
Dovis, M. Frellsen, L. Kozello, J. Eokin.
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Finale: "On the Street Where You Live", "Now ls the Hour"
John Haubergl Jr., Selling fickefsl Lois Rodahaver represents all of the usherettes
One of the most anticipated events in the school year is the Musical Broadcast in
March. Faculty judges select student performers in try-outs, and those chosen set to
work with Mr. Pixley and the Swing Band practicing for opening night. The production
always attracts a large crowd which is a fitting reward for those who work hard to
make it a success.
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Row l: B. Wheeling, B, Gorr, S. Wolfe, R. Fleming, J. McGinty, M. Boys, C. Mattern, M. McKinley,
J. Lazo, R. Miller, M. Parry, T. Lee, J. Morris, S. Phillips, H. Burrell, M, Tidd, N. Thomas, K. Logue,
M. Spencer. Row 2: S. Heasley, M. Richardson, S. Brown, J. Stalker, J. Kerschner, J. Zarzeczny,
D. Hartman, C. Prixley, D. Perrine, M. Dow, J. Pearce, M. Callan, J, Healey, P. Boals, J. Lester,
J. Andre, M. Morris. Row 3: L, Bevington, D. Myers, D. McVay, C. Cherry, B. Finch, J. Stewart,
G. Kruger, B. Miller, L. Billingsley, J. Campbell, J. Delo, J. Miller, R. Pindel, M. Harris, R. Sloan,
M. Kose, J. DeVault, P. Griften, K, Kistler.
Modrigcil, under the direction of Miss
Sawyer, is a group of singers consisting of
two first Sopranos, two second Sopranos, two
altos, two tenors, and two basses, chosen
through try-outs. This year, the group gave
two programs for community clubs, sang in
the Musical Broadcast, and sent eight of its
members to District Chorus.
Bovs' GLEE 2 .1
Row I: A. Whitman, L. Bevington, D. McVay,
J. Stewart, M. Beers, R. Sloan, D. Myers. Row 2
B. Miller, R. Pindel, M. Harris, C. Cherry, G
Kruger, R. Weber. Row 3: D. Sterner, M. Kase
J. Campbell, B. Finch, L. Billingsley, J. Breene
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Row I: C. Harrah, R. Baker, M. Stuck, B. Morrison, C. Willis, K. Beggs, B. Montana, M. Dickson
S. Barnes, P. Anstead, B. Primosic, L. Viele, B. Painter. Row 2: G. Clark, J. Brown, E. Holland
J. Limber, M. Wood, F. Dehermann-Roy, R. Vroman, R. Pastor, B. Beightol, F. Lockhart, M. Gadsby
J. McGinty, H. Sires, J. Valeski, A. Brenneman, A. Lynn. Row 3: S. Keller, M. Griflien M. Eakin
V. Steele, J. Gaiser, C. Roemer, K. Eakin, M. McMurdy, M. Baughman, A. Kirwen, S. Monarch
G. Buchfield, K. Lindholm, V. Noggle, C. Van Cise, R. Cauvel, R. Clark, J. Daniels. Row 4: V
Greggs, C. Mattern, D. Lowers, C. Austin, M. Blair, M. Haggerty, A. Dean, N. Adams, K. Shilliday
N. Rodgers, B. Smith, E. Moulton, M. Beatty, J. McClelland, S. McMichael, J. Quigley, J. Dick
SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE
Row I: B. Saeli, C. Farren, S. Wolfe, C. Fulmer,
C. Foster, C. McMillan, S. Keller, M. McKinley,
M. Micklin, C. Lineman, S. Wright, C. Reynolds,
A. Vocisano, D. Doutt, E. Baker, B. Lee. Row 2:
L. Watt, B. Rossiter, A. Stearns, P. Cross, M.
Dalmaso, S. Staup, B. Young, J. Rumberger, D.
Ralston, C. Bowser, D. Coast, A. Lynn, L. Kugler,
T. Marsh, M. Tidd, L. Bowen. Row 3: K. Conklin,
M. Richardson, S. Brown, E. Baughman, J. Sharon,
J. Allebach, T. Baughman, M. Campbell, T. At-
well, C. Doverspike, P. Pindel, L. Monarch, N.
Doyle, M. Phillips, R. Clark, J. Schiffer.
SENIOR GIRLS GLEE
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIRS
The Junior High Choirs, both mixed and treble, are under the direction of Miss
Sawyer and her two senior high assistants, Marie Morris and Jerry Miller. The seventh,
eighth, and ninth graders practice once a week for their performance in the spring
JUNIOR HIGH CHOIRS
1: B. Grove, K. Sherene, B. Wolford, C. Cotterman, J. Jones, L. Shawgo M Beers D
LeGrand, R. Swanton, J. Stewart.
2: L. Timney, T. Edkin, J. Judson, C. Hummel, L. Ramfos, B. Baird, Q. Finefrock K Cooley
P. McCune, M. Haggerty, N. Van Houten, Mr. Pixley.
3: J. Umbreit, M. Barr, G. Stefanakos, C. Miller, R. Hoover, S. McClelland D Robertson
A. Wilson, M. Harry, J. Adams, P. Nadig.
4: K. Ruby, S. Gibb, R. Robbins, A. Maitland, J. Van Houten, J. Bailey, B Moyar J Nadig
5: G. Hughes, J. Hugus, F. Moses, E. Patterson, B. Baiorek, J. Gildenston R Cokalne
6: T. Crisman, D. Adelman, C. Wible, B. Burgert, H. Gurnee.
. Wolfe, M. Dow, P. Graham, S. Wright, P. Shoaft.
J. Morris, G. Patterson, R. Bacher, P. Beightol.
P. Seifert, M. Vergis.
. Beach, B. Gorr, P. Amberson.
Stalker, D. Hartman.
Allebach, J. Barnes, R. Miller, K. Eakin, S. Sheasley
Row 1: M. Richardson, F. Hugus, K. Henson, F. Moses, E. Patterson, C. Cotterman, Q. Finefrock,
A. Maitland, B. Moyar, J. Bailey, J. Van Houten.
Row 2: R. Blair, B, Burgert, T. Crisman, M. Harry, A. Wilson, I. Timney, C, Wible, M. Maloney,
J. Croyle, P. McDowell, M. Robertson, F. Beatty, P. Beals, D. Beals.
Row lc F. Brockman, J. Stalker, J. Henry, M. Richardson, J. Andre, J. Bailey, R. Pinclel, M. Callan
K. Ruby, T. Nicklin, J. Lester, S. Heasley.
Row 2: G. Kruger, J. Dick, C. Pixley, B. Rossiter.
Row ln M. Vergis, L. Beightol, F. Moses, K. Scurry, N. Adams, l.. Rodahaver, R. Sutton, M, Settlemire,
B, Scurry, A. Stearns. Row 21M. Painter, S. Plyler, B. Reagle, R. Hoover, P. Schultz, B. Gadsby, F.
Beatty, M. Ramfos, S. Patterson.
Row ln C. Pixley-Editor, M. Richardson-Business Manager. Row 2: J. Andre, F. Broclcmann, M.
Callan, P. Lesco, S. Brown, T. Nicklin, S. Heasley. Row 3: J. Edgos, R. Wiegel, P. Nadig, M. Dow,
C. Beach, S. Plyler, J. McGinty, P. Schultz, M. Metz. Row 4: K. Tidball, R. Brown, J. Nestos, J.
Jones, L. Shawgo, G. Stefanakos, I. Timney, C. Hummel. Row 5: C. Boughman, D. Runninger, J.
Campbell, G. Kruger, R. Kinnear, J. Delo, J. Henry.
R. Wiegel, T. Micklin, M. Richardson,
The Franklinite Staff is an organization of hard-
working iuniors and seniors dedicated to producing
our annual, The Franklinite. The stat? is divided into
committees dealing with sports, activities, underclass-
men, faculty, etc. Student photographers and typists
are among the forty members. Its money-making
projects are subscription campaigns, and an adver-
tising contest offering prizes to the member who
secures the greatest number of patrons for the year-
book. The annual Franklinite banquet closes the
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
Row I: J. Alleboch-secretory, J. Stalker-president, D. Woitowicz-vice-president, A. Whitman-tics
wer. Row 2: J. Bailey, R. Pirldel, J. Christy, M. Boughmon, J. Kerschner, C. Foster, L. Vielo, L
Monarch, R. Vromon, A. Kirwen, B. Snyder, K. Shillidoy, B, Fulmer, J. Houberl.
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
Row T: T. Voleslci, T. Jones. Row 2: E. Lynn, M. Dolmoso, B. Monfoncx, M. Vcrqis, R. Blair, F. Moses
E. Thomas, B. Dole, K. Eokin, R. Miller, V. Golden, J. Gibb.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Row I: K. BaiIey, J. McCalI, D. McFetrIcIge, B. Barnes,
M. Ramfos, S. Marshinke.
Row 2: V. White, J. Andre, K. Kistler, M. Bark, C. Snyder,
K. Hough, C. Deligionnis, J. McMichael, D. Greenlee,
R. Comfort, K. Webber, M. Vergis, S. Bleakley, M.
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Row I. S. Freeman, N. Lepley, J. Griften, S. Campbell,
G. Grannis, N. Keller.
Row 2: B. Giebner, J. Shakespeare, G. Smith, P. Mc-
Dowell, P. Beals, J. Rhoades, K. Klause, F. Yetka,
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
C. Doverspike, B. Shouey, E. Baker, J.
Blum, M. Ramfos, M. Thomas.
M. McDaniel, J. Edge, J. Dille, D. Thom-
B. Cooley, P. Carrara.
B. Morrison, J. Wenlworth, B. Bingman,
McClelland, K. Davis.
J. Miller, S. Fellner, L. Sharrer, P. Davis,
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Row 1: K. Cooley, M. Thomas, J. Robson.
Row 2: B. Gadsby, R. Hoover, K. Beggs, M.
Row 3: N. Adams, J. Kendall, J. Pearce, N.
Row ln M. Griflen, M. McKinley, L
O'Polka, B. Irwin.
Row 2: K. Cooley, A. Brenneman, M
Nicklin, B. Primosic, P. Pindel, C
Bowser, B. Saeli.
Row 3: P. Midage, M. Tidd, K. Beggs
B. Scurry, J. Kozella, J. Lazo, W
Frailey, J. Gibb.
Row 4: M. Baughman, M. McMurdy,
E. Henderson, T. Baughman, T. At-
well, V. Golden, N. Thomas, J. Morris
Row 5: R. Vroman, J. Valeski, P.
Schultz, P. Nadig, L. Shawgo, G
Burchfield, R. Cauvel.
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Row 1: B. Sueli-President, J. Dick-Vice
President, L. Rice-Secretary, M. Miller
Row 2: B. Sheasley, J. Snyder, L
Watt, C. Farren, A. Kirwen, M. Dick
son, B. Snyder, R. Orr, M. Boys, B
Gadsby, N. Doyle, P. Morrison, S
Keller, E. Henderson, E. Lynn, M
Phillips, C. Fulmer.
SENIOR FRENCH CLUB
: M. Dalmaso-Vice-President, M. Callan-President
. Maloney-Secretary, F. Dehermann-Roy.
: K. Cooley, F. Hugus, J, Jones, J. Nestos, K. Ruby
3: I. Timney, K. Beggs, N. Wareham, M. Thomas,
A. Stearns, C. Jordan, K. Hough.
4: B. Primosic, M. Tidd, C. Hummel, K. Conklin, C
Roemer, D. Greenlee, B. McKinley, R. Owens.
JUNIOR HIGH FRENCH CLUB
I: E. Ellis, R. Bacher, A. Pyler, D. Primosic, C.
Rice, J. Judson, C. Kightlinger, V. Fellner, C.
2: K. Peiferson, K. Richardson, B. Reynolds, P.
McDowell, S. Boughner, M. Robertson, N. Van
Houten, S. Saeli.
3: B. Giebner, P. Eichholtz, K. Orsega, B. Parla-
man, S. King, S. Seigelhorst, P. Richards, J. Blum.
4: M. Ramfos, C. Broms, E. Shields, J. Jordan,
G. Johnson, J, Hartzell, B. Bingman.
UNIOR HIGH FRENCH CLUB
I: J. Riddle, D. Perrine, L. Silverman, M, Bark,
M. Kugler, J. McCamey, T. Edkin, B. Reagle.
2: K. Hart, D. Gilliland, B. Dick, C. Shingle-
decker, P. McClelland, C. Baughman, J. Edge.
3: B. May, D. Dobos, D. Thomas, P. Carrara, B.
Cooley, B. Russell, C. Clark.
4: T, Robinson, P. Davis, K. Davis, J. Dilley, S.
Shuffstall, M. Daniels, B. Barnes.
5: L. Say, T. Judson, J, McMichail, J Anderson,
1: P, McCune, M. Spencer, L. Richardson, J.
Stewart, R. Fleming, M. Dickson, J. Schiffer.
2: M. Harry, A. Wilson, C. Willis, L. Kugler,
J. Gaiser, L. Viele, K. Logue.
3: M. Boys, M. Baughman, J. Adams, V. Nog-
gle,, R. Hersman, M. McMurdy, K. Shilliday.
4: J. Haubert, T. Findlan, B. Blum, B. Moyar
ROW lf C- Snell, 5. Moyar, T. Stefanakos, B
Dale, D. Woitowicz.
Row 2: B. Wible, K. Henson, J. Christy, B
Dennis, T. Kubiak, F. Fry, B. Beach,
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Left to right: L. Shcwgo, J. Croyle, L. Morris
""' D. Reib, Mr. McElhotton.
PROJ ECTORS' CLUB
Row 'I: B. Blum, S. Bevington, B. Howke, B. Moyor.
Row 2: J. Henry, L. Morris, J. Monarch, B. White,
J. Dunn, W. McDougall, F. Moses, R. Kinneor,
B. Boker, B. Miller, M. Baughmon, C. Cherry
Row I: L. Bevington, J. Donaldson, R. Grove.
Row 2: B. Blum, J. Delo, J. Miller, B. White,
J. Monorch, B. Trotter.
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Row T: P. Nadig, T. Armstrong, M. Dow, B. Painter, B. Gorr, J, Robson, C. Vogus, B. Rossiter,
J. Lester, S. Brown. Row 2: R. Miller, L. Rodahaver, M. Callan, P. Lesco, N. Rodgers, J. Kendall,
P. Schultz, R. Hoover, G. Stefanakos, M. Wood, S. Wolfe, K. Beggs, M. Vergis, C. Pixley.
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Row 1. J. Beightol, E. Thomas, J. Jewell, B. Wood, E. Hores, B. Graham, D. Fry, D. Ghering, R.
McCarty. Row 2: P. Runninger, F. Worington, D. Woods, D. Adams, J. Eshelman, B. Novak, P.
Reecl, J. Seely, C. Newton, C. Hawkins. Row 3: D. Sterner, J. Lawson, B. Barnes, T. Douglas, B.
Burkhardt, B. Stake, B. White, G. Sibley. Row 4: J. Brown, E. Petrini, J. Aylesworth, B. Harrah,
F. Tarr, L. Coleman, N. Ewing, M. Sobota, J. Hefterngp, J. Miller. Row 5: E. Atwell, B. Moftit,
J. Bean, K. Martin, B. Dennis, T. White, L. Ward, B. Kiser, B. McFetridge, D. Runninger.
Row 1: S. Keller, S. Phillips, B. Montana. Row 2: B. Scurry, C. Mattern, J, Andre, J. Knoouhuizen
M. Canon Knot picturedl.
Each year the faculty chooses eight Senior High girls to lead the student body cheering
section at sports events and pep meetings. The girls start in August to get limbered up
for the first football game, and they continue cheering until the last basketball game
late in February. These energetic cheerleaders really deserve the letter they re-
ceive at the close of the school year for the time and energy they devoted cheering
our teams on to victory.
Richard Vidunas, David Stewart, Robert Flath, Wayne Eaken.
Four never-tiring coaches are the main rivets in the athletic events at F.H.S. A coach
has the job of finding and planning new plays, conducting practices, and putting a team
in genuine top condition. No one has more headaches or less fans, when a team is
losing, than the coach. A coach also has to be a friend and leader to every boy
participating in a sports event. All of our fine young coaches have double or triple
coaching jobs plus their regular class room subjects. We now want to give seldom-heard
praise to our coaches. "We all think you're great. Thanks for everything!"
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Row l: Coach Flath, L. Fogel, C. Snell, J. Christy, R. Pindel, L. Billingsly, T, Kubiak, J. Carr, B.
Kuhn, F. Tarr, C. Minnich, D. Dodd, B. Wible, Coach Vidunas. Row 2: J. Bailey, R. Bowen, D.
Tanner, B. Moffit, B. Conrad, B. Finch, B. Chamberlin, B. Michaels, G. Atwell, B. Richards, M.
Brown, B. Dale, J. Franklin, J. Breene, T. Kelley, E. DeLong, C. McCullough, T. Stefanakos, R.
Blair, E. Bergin, F. Fultz, W, Thomas, F, Hugas, J. Lawson, J. Beightol, T. Parker.
Union Twp. 20
Grove City 32
Oil City 27
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Row is B. Wible, L. Billingsley, T. Kubiak, B. Kuhn, C. Minnich, J. Carr, F. Tarr, D. Dodd. Row 2 J
Christy, R. Pindel, C. Snell, E. Atwell.
The 1956 grid season ended on a high
note for the comparatively inexperienced
Knights with cu victory over Kane. Although
winning only two games this year, the
Knights displayed a never-say-die attitude,
friendly sportsmanship, and great fighting
We are proudest of all that our athletes
and fans adhered to the sportsman's code:
For when the one Great Scorer comes
To write against our name,
He writes not that we won or lost
But how we played the game.
Row 'lz L. Beightol, L. Beach, R. Woitowicz, C. Snell. Row 2: L. McNu?t, B. Kuhn, J. Harris, P.
Fonzo, M. Ma rshall.
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Row 1: B. Deligiannius, B. Chamberlain, B. White, B. Lynch W Thomas Row 2 T Sadoris T
Stefanakos, B. Fulmer, T. Kelley, L. Fogel, T. Smith.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Row I: M. McCarter, D. Primosic. Row 2: B. Conrad, M. Deligiannis, B. Cozad J Schosser B
Hanna, G. Taylor. Row 3: T. Reynolds, F. Fulfz, F. Harris, B. Michael, Coach Eakin Row 4 F
Bradish, K. Sherene, C. Deligiannis, S. McClelland, manager T. Sloss.
F.H.S. Junior High Knights clinched a second straight
title by defeating South Side, 24-22. The Venango
County championship iunior high basketball team is
given high praise by all Franklin High students. Good
luck next year, too.
IPlay off for
JR. HIGH BASKETBALL
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P. Beightol-Sophomore Class, M. Vergis-Student Council, J. Andre-Senior Class, B. Montana-
Junior Class, G. Patterson-Freshmen Class.
John Christy, Joyce Andre, Chuck Snell.
On the night ot October 26, 1956, at the halt-time ot the Franklin-Titusvlle game, the
annual Homecoming Queen was crowned. Atter waiting anxiously for several minutes, the
crowd cheered as Mike Maloney announced the pretty winner, Joyce Andre. Her attend-
ants Marie Vergis, Barbara Montana, Peggy Beightol, and Gayle Patterson completed
the royal court.
Row I: J. Beightol, B. Novak, J. DeVault, C. Lawrance, R. Sloan, D. Bergin, W, Barnett. Row 2:
Coach Flath, B. Dale, E. DeLong, B. Butters, J. Brown, J. Carr, L. Botts, D. Dodd, T. Kubiak,
F. Snow, T. Scurry.
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F. Snow, T. Kubiak, J. Carr
Oil City 40
Grove City 26
Erie Strong Vincent 37
Commodore Perry 25
Grove City 39
Oil City 40
Erie Strong Vincent 32
Wrestling is a sport that requires long hours of practice and exercise, the keeping
of training rules and often, a diet. lt offers each boy a chance to express individualism
and to "let of? steam." Wrestling is one of the most recent additions to the athletic
department in Franklin High, and it is hoped that Franklin will eventually acquire the
desired place that it deserves.
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EIGHTH GRADE SCIENCE CLASS
Peggy Eicholtz, Shirley Baker, Marilyn Robinson, Gay Babbingtan, Sally King, Janice Jordan,
Robert Fulmer, Tim Schuliz.
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Don Primosic, Vickie Elliot, Barbara Russell, Shirley DeVault, Carol Broms, Doris Hersman, Lorrie
Silverman, Karen Richardson, Helen Nogle, Linda Lee, Dave Ziegler.
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The Senior Closs of 1957 and the FRANKLINITE Stoff wish to express their
sincere appreciation for the Hnanciol oicl which the business firms ond friends
listed on the following pages have given tovvord the publication of this annual.
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Hvs STAR coNrRlsu1oRs
Joy Mfg. Co., Franklin Division Franklin, Pa.
The Exchange Bank and Trust Co. 1283 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa
Sportsmen's Den West First St., Oil City, Pa.
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rouk STAR CONTRIBUTORS
J. T. Campbell 8. Son 1282 liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
Eagles Club 1205 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
B.P.O. Elks No. 110 1309 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
First National Bank of Meadville Franklin, Pa.
Franklin Bottling Company
McCarthy Buick, Inc.
News Herald Printing Co.
H. T. Osburn and Company
Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc.
The General Manifold and Printing Co.
Wolf's Head Oil Refining Company, Inc.
702 Rocky Grove Ave., Franklin,
220 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa
1010 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
1169 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
631 Twelfth St., Franklin, Pa.
P.O. Box 351, Franklin, Pa.
501 Sixth St., Franklin, Pa.
Oil City, Pa.
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THREE s1AR commaurons
Bohlender and Johns
Brown Boiler Works
Buchanan-Schmidt Funeral Home
Burger Funeral Home
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.
Daniels Transfer Co.
Feldman's Jewelry Store
Franklin Decorating Shop
Franklin Medical-Surgical Group
Franklin Plastics, Inc.
Hays Baking Company
Hoovler Funeral Home
Kayton and Sky-Hi Theaters
International Association of Machinists
L 8. C Restaurant
Pennsylvania Electric Company
R 8. B Motors
Sears, Roebuck Co.
Sykes 8. Kline, lnc.
The Charles N. Hough Mfg. Co.
United Natural Gas Co.
619 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1013 Chestnut St., Franklin, Pa.
1340 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
1315 Chestnut St., Franklin, Pa.
191 Howard St., Franklin, Pa.
338 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
1280 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
418 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1228 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
315 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
Woodland Heights, Oil City, Pa.
1266 Otter St., Franklin, Pa.
501 Third St., Franklin, Pa.
1223 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
P.O. Box 270, Franklin, Pa.
1267 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
National Bank Bldg., Franklin, Pa
525 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
Box 912, S.S. Station, Oil City, Pa
1234 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1246 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1522 West First St., Oil City, Pa.
1020 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
335 Seneca St., Oil City, Pa.
1272 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
P.O. Box 151, Franklin, Pa.
1311 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
TWO STAR CONTRIBUTORS
Anderson's Furniture Store
Blair's Tractor Sales
Bab's Atlantic Station
Brown's Boot Shop
Capital Finance Corporation
Cox Printing Co.
Court Recreation Center
Cranford's at Campbell's
Curry, Dr. James
Dale, Robert M.
Dick's Handy Dairy
Dingman's Service Station
Dolson and Beith Insurance and R
Eckerd's Cut Rate Drug Store
Ed's Camera Shop
Ernst Jewelry Co.
Erwin's Service Station
EtzeI's Auto Body
Fowler's Farm Service
Franklin Bronze and Aluminum Co.
Franklin Drug CO.
Franklin Service and Supply
Grove's Radio Service
HeIIer's Gulf Service
Howard and Nicklin Lumber Co.
Irwin and Grannis
James Lumber Company
Kelsey and Company
Kendall Service Station
Kendziar's Super Market
Lantx and Dodd
Mammolite Bros. Food Market
McFarland and Abersold
McGinty Drug Store
McGuire's Drug Store
National Meat Market
Painter's Dry Cleaners
Pankratx, Fr. Frank
Park Beauty Shop
Park Pastry Shop
Re-Arm Sports Center
225 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
612 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
1240 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1281 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
R.D. 2, Franklin, Pa.
1190 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
1253 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
415 Thirteenth St., Franklin Pa.
1281 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1180 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
1244 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
1282 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1152 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
1030 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
217 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
Black Hill Summit, Franklin, Pa.
1201 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1254 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
301 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1221 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
Atlantic Ave. at 13th, Franklin, Pa
881 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
1301 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
112 N. Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa
Howard St., Franklin, Pa.
309 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1236 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
151 N. Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa
1254 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1312 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
304 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
706 Fifteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1262 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
102 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
125 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
503 Green Bldg., Franklin, Pa.
1035 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
514 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
718 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
826 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
302 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
311 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1202 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
211 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
1013 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
745 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
27 N. Thirteenth
1225 Liberty St.,
1251 Liberty St.,
1117 Liberty sr.,
605 Thirteenth St.
1237 Liberty St.,
1237 Liberty St.,
1252 Liberty St.,
1217 Liberty St.,
St., Franklin, Pa.
, Franklin, Pa.
1273Vz Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
TWO STAR CONTRIBUTORS
Rieck Dairy Division
Robbins, F. E.
Rollie's Piazza Shop
R and O Mobilgas
Shakespeare Scrap Iron and Steel
Shaw's Atlantic Service
Shaw Industries, Inc.
Sheasley's Shoe Store
Smith, Dr. George S.
Sterner's Jewelry Stare
Stroup's Red C1 White Stare
The Fashion Shoppe
The Squire Shop
Thrift Drug Company
Vath, Burns, and Mawhinney
Venango Federal Savings and Loa
Walker's Dairy Store
Ward's Baking Company
Wayside Furniture Company
Elm St., Oil City, Pa.
3l4 West Park St., Franklin, Pa.
208 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
4l2 Twelfth St., Franklin, Pa.
205 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
l0l5 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
Liberty at llth, Franklin, Pa.
R. D. 2, Franklin, Pa.
l242 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
5l5 Trust Co. Bldg., Franklin, Pa.
322 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
202 Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
IZ49 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
l288 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
1243 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
l266 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
4l7 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
l0l9 Liberty St., Franklin, Pa.
ll0 Thirteenth St., Franklin, Pa.
7lZ Grant St., Franklin, Pa.
Oil City-Franklin Rd., Franklin, Pa.
420 Twelfth Street, Franklin, Pa.
Andre, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Beals, Dr. N. K.
Bailey, Dr. John W.
Bark, Dr. Charles A.
Beggs, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Beightal, Mrs. E. D.
Blanchard, Dr. D. C.
Coleman, Rev. B. E.
Colley, Rev. Thomas E.
Daniels, Robert Y.
Dow, Dr. Robert
Eshelman, Dr. Thomas A.
Gent, Harry W.
Kruger, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Lesco, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Manwaring, Dr. L. G.
Meminger, Mrs. Mary E.
Metz, Dr. W. J.
Naftxger, Rev. Roger V.
Nestos, Mrs. George
Nordstrom, Dr. C. A.
Pankratz, Mr. and Mrs. James F.
Phillips, Dr. F. P.
Ramsey, Mrs. J. C.
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. King C.
Schultz, Mr. Charles F.
Spencer, Dr. Milo M.
Timney, Dr. T. E.
Wasson and Nesbit
Wiegel, Dr. K. R.
Armour Sales Co.
Chatley's Watch Repair Shop
Connie's Barber Shop
Davis Barber Shop
Findlay and Fleming
Franklin Sport Shop
Harry Bros. Garage
Hefferman Barber Shop
Jones News Stand
Lee Miller Studios
LIoyd's Barber Shop
McAninch Auto Body
McBride and Williams
McCracken Service Station
Park News Stand
Person's Wallpaper and Paint Store
Shawkey's Appliance Store
Susan's Gift Shoppe
Virginia Morse Shop
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