Franklin High School - Jayonian Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)
- Class of 1949
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THE JHUUHIHH CUHIHIITTEE
R E. HITE WILLIAM A
UJUHDS Flllllll UUR SPUHSUHS
SEEK TO KNOW YOUSRELF
Yesterday you were under the careful guid
ance of your school protec d from the pitfalls
of the world by men and women who because
of an interest in the edu ation of youth raised
a warning finger at danger points and lent a
hand to guide you down the path of safety
Today your graduation day you stand on the
threshold of a new world Tomorrow you are
a definite part of it
What of the future? Perhaps you have often
thought of it asking yourself W at can l
do? However the world goes farther and
asks What can you do best?
To answer that question requires a lot of
digging lt requires an analysis of you and
a definitlon of your special ability your per
sonal likes and dislikes
Learn by experience has been hurled at
us thousands of times However without proper
study experience will teach us a lot of things
things that are not true
There is only one way in which any rnan
has ever gained true happiness and that is by
expressing hmself in his ofvn way n the line
of work for which he is best fitted and which
he loves most
Analyze you and we will offer our con
gratulatlons not only on your graduation from
our high school but also on your selection of
your part in the world
FOR ASSISTANCE RENDERED
One seldom finds a piece of work so easy
to praise as is this second bound volume of
THE JAYONIAN Upon its completion thirty
three seniors were able to sit back and relax
They had successfully planned and carried out
all the details As always with any Iob special
recognition and commendation are in order In
society there are always some people who are
leaders those who fTght and struggle for their
beliefs so rn the publication of this book there
were ome s nnors who deserve to be called
leaders and are worthy of praise One of
the hardest tasks was the soliciting of adver
tiements Dawn Joseph and Thelma Knob
loch worked diligently and tirelessly calling
upon many business estabishments Aiding
them at times were Cecelia Tremul Delores
Kingera Paul Roberts Nick Sturey and Alfred
Coleman For the task of setting up the year
book itself the following people de erve praise
for successfully completing the special assign
ments given to them
John Kulba aided in the layout of pctures
and by writing special articles included in THE
JAYONIAN He also supervised all of the
reporters and aided in proofreading some
articles To Margaret Mino was given the diff:
cult task of supervision over the entire publica
tion This included the typ ng of all artlc'es with
the able assistance of Florence Morasky De
lores Kingera Cecelia Tremul Delores Popp
and Eleanor Singel Assisting Margaret in final
proofreading were the managing editors Delores
Popp and Thelma Knobloch To find the work
done by Cecelia Tremul in completing our
pages The etchings that symbolize the therne
of this book are a product of her artistic talents
To Frances Jancar Joanne Thomas Margaret
Mino and John Kulba recognition is acknowl
edged for the fine editorials that express the
thoughts of the yearbook
The sports articles were very ably written
by one of the athletes Carl Lugar The Class
Wll written by Robert Peschock and Ruth
Ann Rively and the Class Prophecy written by
Betty Buchan Eleanor Singel and Dawn Joseph
were two articles that were very difficult to
write We have only to read them to render
praise to those students for their work The
four year class history was summed up in differ
ent articles written by Russell Havener Betty
Yoder Gertrude Steepe Margaret Mina com
pounded these articles into one complete history
The above senior students are the ones that
stand out in our minds as the ones who more
than anyone else willingly did their part for
this publication the second edition of THE
JAYONIAN The remainder of the class made
themselves available and rendered their assist
ance at varied tlmes The sponsors express
appreciation for assistance rendered
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ROOM 210 AWAITS US
A NEW ERA-WE ARE SENIORS
OUR HOME FOR 1948-49
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Entering this, our final year of school, the
ultimate goal of our dreams is finally within our
reach. The boys lost no time in heeding the
call for football candidates, and the seniors
certainly did represent us well on the varsity
team-eight members beating out all oppo-
sition. Our class officers were elected and al-
most every senior participated in at least one
of the various clubs that were organized. As
a means for raising funds for the second issue
of the school yearbook, THE JAYONIAN, the
iunior and senior classes combined efforts in
most of their money-raising activities. The re-
sults proved to be very satisfactory. Even though
we were handicapped by the football practices,
games, and other activities, our annual play,
"Miss Collegiate", was a huge success.
The mid-winter months were taken up with
basketball, the holiday season, and the min-
strel, Before Christmas, we, with the help of
underclassmen, sold Christmas cards as another
way of raising yearbook funds. This proved
to be a very profitable proiect, for the demand
for cards was so great that we did not have
enough Christmas cards to sell. The maiority
of us took part in the minstrel that was directed
by Mr. O'Connor and Mr. Hite. The senior
share of the proceeds was determined by the
amount of tickets that we sold. It was a suc-
Soon spring sunshine took the place of
winter snows and the iuniors and seniors were
preparing for the big event-THE JUNIOR AND
SENIOR PROM. The big day finally rolled
around and everyone was more than pleased
with the gala occasion. The banquet, the final
gathering for the class, was our last social
event. We hated to see it pass.
The great day which everyone had been
dreading but had accepted as the hnal con-
clusion to twelve years of school arrived at
last. This day would never have become a
reality if all our school work, studies and ac-
tivities had not been kept up to par. On this
memorable night we hnally launched on our
own, possessing a knowledge that would help
anchor us in life. We are now part of that
ever-growing list-The Alumni. JOHN KULBA.
Thus school term the senuor class of 49 under
took the task of publushung the second edutuon
of the school yearbook THE JAYONIAN Last
term the senuor class of 48 publushed the first
edutuon whuch was done un photographuc form
lt was decuded thus year however to have the
photographs engraved and wrutten materual
prunted unstead of settung each page wuth puc
tures and typewrutten materual and then photo
graphung ut The first school yearbook the
HI LOG publushed un T937 38 was done un
regular prunted form For our yearbook we
are usung the theme School and Industry
The undustry of course us the local steel mll
The Bethlehem Steel Mulls have long been as
socuated wuth the everyday actuvuty of Franklun
Borough and the cuty of Johnstown utself Thus
undustry provudes one of the maun sources of
employment Also the smoke from its guant
stacks can constantly be seen hoverung over
yearbook theme Wuthun the yearbook utself
are contauned some of the everyday school
happenungs that are a part of school actuvutues
The photographs and wrutungs are ports of our
senuor year un school that we wanted recorded
to cherush un future years Thus yearbook holds
the years of school memorues to whuch we t
any tume can refer Maunly however we know
ut was put together wuth some hard work by
the senuor class and uts sponsors Mr Salem
and Mr Hute The result utself was obtauned
only by everyone doung hus part
Faraway places excutung adventurous sound
ung words that us what comes to our minds as
we go forward to graduatuon Many of Us
have dreams of travelung far seeung new
places meetung new people and doung bug
thungs Some have no desure to leave theur
homes and fruends for new ones
For twelve years whuch sometumes seemed
nererendung we have been preparung and
wautung for the day when we would receuve
our duplomas and go out unto the world Now
that we are actually on the threshold of com
mencement day we are thunkung back over
those twelve years
That frughtenung first day when everythung
seemed so bug and all those strange faces
report card day the vusuts to the nurse and the
dentust those happy days of early dusmussal
the holudays and the summer vacatuons th
year we were finally Greenues then on up to
becomung Dugnufied Senuors the basketball
and the football games the crushes on the foot
ball star or the prettuest gurl un school the crown
ung of Muss Franklun those never enclung tests
and home work assugnments the favorute teach
ers the Munstrels and the Class Plays the ex
cutement of beung cu part of the orchestra these
are but fragments of our hugh school experu
No matter what we do whether our dearest
dreams are realuzed or not whether we stay
here or travel far these thungs wull remaun for
ever un the memory of our dear old Alma Mater
Webster saud Co operatuon us workung to
gether for a common good No matter what
phase of work we choose we wull be uudged
by our abuluty to co operate wuth others Thus
co operatuve traunung must be developed durung
our school years By the tume we are graduated
from hugh school we should be capable of
gettung along smoothly wuth others We as
senuors faced thus challenge
lt us a wonderful feelung to know that you
have contrubuted to somethung worthwhule N
wonder hugh school bands marched so proudly
down the maun streets Each member con
trubuted to the spurut and co operatuve effort
of the football season No wonder cheerleaders
ran confidently out onto the sudelunes they too
led the unuted effort of th students to bolster
the morale of the home team
As we of THE JAYONIAN staff observed these
frequently occurrung demonstrations of
operatuon we can confirm the value of co
operatuve traunung We have worked together
to produce a book whuch wull be ureasuued by
each member of the Senuo Class of 49
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We began climbing the ladder to success
an the year of 45 In our first year of hugh school
we thought we were grown up As we carried
our name Freshnes with us we became very
proud Feeling out of place was our mann
problem especially when changing classes as
we met different teachers and saw upper class
men staring so nottceably at us We gradually
became accustomed to this and began partlclpat
:ng in the various school activities Our class
being very large because of the many tuition
students occupied two rooms The bad part
about this was that the home rooms were lo
cated at oppostte ends of the hall Rooms lll
and ll8 Changing sponsors several times was
our greatest surprise and disappointment as
Freshmen for we never had the opportunity for
making money But In spite of this we certainly
will treasure the memories of our Freshman
year for many years to come
We as Sophisticated Sophomores began
this year with an enrollment of forty students
Mr OConnor was our sponsor We elected
officers on the second day of school and the
results were President Anthony Schreyer
Vice President Betty Buchan Secretary Margaret
Mina Treasurer Nick Sturey With the coopera
tion of the entire class we were soon on our
way towards increasing our class funds As the
months rolled by the hugh school sponsored
an mter class mlnstrel whlch was under the
direction of Mr Hnte and Mr OConnor
was a huge success and our share of the pro
ceeds were added to our treasury Our cass
play Dont Take My Penny contributed some
money toward our fund We knew now t at
we had some promnslng actors actresses an
comedlans in our class Our only social event
of the year was a skating party held at Skate
land Although the proceeds were small we
didnt mind too much for everyone had a won
derful time The term ended with a picnic at
Idlewild Park and with the dreaded examinations
which came the next day
ln August l947 as we anxnously left the
auditorium for the then familiar ll6 we were
proud of our new title Jolly Juniors During
the hustle of selecting our class flower motto
and colors Alfred Coleman our president was
constantly rapping for order After much argu
xng and choosing we were finally satisfied with
the results of Class flower gardenaa class col
ors royal blue and whute and class motto
Tonight we launch where shall we anchor?
While fussmg over these problems we almost
forgot our sadly neglected financial status W
were practically pennlless' The idea of selling
programs at football games really raised our
morale and our funds At this particular time
we were faced with a famultar problem e
changing of sponsors Mr OConnor who a
previously presided yielded his position to lvl
Salem We easily became accustomed to our
new sponsor for he was a great help toward
our first real bug event The Junior Senior Prom
Now was the time we began taking things a
little easy for we had money no class problems
and a satisfactory school schedule The prom
was a great success at the Fort Stanwlx Hotel
where everyone enloyed himself immensely
Our last social event had come to an end wltn
the closing of the second semester Our 47 48
term was completed and we had made good
At last we made lt' l l I We now were SEN
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On the first day we arrived at school ex
cited at being seniors the goal we all worked
to reach There was a lot of talk old friends
renewing acquaintances and catching up on the
gossip The classrooms and halls rang with the
many voices of the students old and new
but none more excited than we were The first
day seemed very short for we had an early
dismissal The events and successes of our
Senior year are recorded at various places
throughout this book so we hesitate to repeat
them here lest they become borung to you our
readers However to us their memory will
be a source of great 'oy in future years
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Left fo Right EVERETT E CUSTER lSoI1csTor1 RUDOLPH ROLISH JOSEPH
TOMASKOVICH MICHAEL F BERZONSKY JOHN M PILOT MICHAEL SINOEL
DR H C TILLEY lSupe-rvlsmg Prmcupolu
THE BUHHD UF EDUCHTIUH
H C TI MR D G SEESE
Supervnsmg Prmcrpoul High School Prmcnpol
UUH PIIIIIIIIPHIS SPEHll
Any lab well done brings definite gratifica
tion to the doer Even the meanest critics will
grudgungly acknowledge a worthy accomplish
ment It is well to consider the satlsfactlons
which result from the preparation and production
of a good high school year book It is
ummodest to consider these for after all such
a prolect as a malor undertaking for any class
group in one years tlme
First there is the satisfaction gained from
planning outlining gathering selecting and
processing materials for the prolect To be
doing something on your own not textbook or
teacher planned is always an opportunity to
work and thunk with other persons democratically
Each step finished in a forward moving plan
gives that sense of being a part of the greater
Then there is the satisfaction of meeting
with those outside of your group The solncr
tation of the public for advertisements and con
trubutnons the seeking of advice from the span
sors the activity engaged in by the parents
an opportunity to use them in the forward move
ment of a large prolect
Again there comes a satisfaction from the
activities necessary rn order to properly finance
the work An understanding that anything
worthwhile must be paid for from the effort
of those who will benefit will bring future bless
ings Once the financial plan has been achieved
a real sense of completeness or finality sur
rounds all those at work on the protect
And finally with the book In the hands of
the printer engraver or binder with the cash
In the hands of the proper treasurer with the
anticipation of the underclassmen for the book
at a high pitch and with the knowledge that
in a few weeks the actual distribution will be
an accomplished fact the satisfaction of a com
pleted protect and the goyous feeling expressed
by an enthusiastic group of fellow classmen and
even the critics acknowledgment of a com
pleted rob will remain with you as long as
you live CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS
DR H C TILLEY Supervising Principal
YOUTHS PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES
The problems of our modern youth present
a great problem to our schools today
We are living in a changing world W
have changed from an agricultural to an n
dustrnal age giving rise to the factory system
which shifted us from the man to the machine
This vital shift of function has affected the nature
of our fundamental social institutions and has
challenged our educational system with problems
that formerly belonged to the home It has
not only tended to Increase and concentrate our
population but also has rntermingled the ele
ments that make up our society so that rt has
become extremely complex This rapid and
vital change has caused our educational system
to redefine its aims and purposes It is n w
placing greater emphasis upon the skull of living
instead of upon the remote uninteresting fact
finding processes of yesterday Developing skill
in self sacrifice skill in being honest in work
deed and thought are the desired alms of edu
cation The essence of this process rs influence
It is a power that creates a flow into anothers
u f a esire e to do tat
furnishes the key that unlocks lifes problems
The industrial change that science art and
inventions have gradually accomplished invites
us to link our desires with vital experiences and
positive actions so that our youth today will
develop faith wnllpower and ludgment through
the process of learning to do by doing
To this end we have collectively set ourselves
to the task of providing opportunities for the
students of Franklin Borough Hugh School to
participate in CI vital active and positive pro
gram A part of this program is the production
of THE .IAYONIAN a task undertaken only twice
in the history of our school
It is our hope that THE JAYONIAN will
serve in the future years not only as an emblem
of remunuscence but also as a means of rnspir
ing all who read it to participate in the affairs
of society and will challenge the students who
follow to take advantage of the opportunities
MR D G SEESE Hugh School Principal
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COMMENCEMENT BEGINNING OR END'
The long awauted day us here Many hugh
school students feel that ut us Dractucally the end
for them Thus condutuon us felt even stronger
when the solemn commencement program us
staged Some begun to realuze that ut us not
the end but only the begunnung a begunnung of
a new peruod un theur luves They realuze that
perhaps now they have a purpose un Iufe and
must do theur best to fultlll ut If a person does
not have thus aum he us luke a shup wuthout a
rudder As the vessel wanders lustlessly out on
th hugh seas so also he wull druft about un
Iufe achuevung nothung doung no good and
pro ably endung up as a faulure f he us
attaun success he must follow the paths of
ambutuon energy confTdence and perseverance
Lackurug one or more of these may mean the
dufference between success and faulure u
a graduate lukes to feel that commencement us
one of the roads that leads to a successful career
and that ut us an unsurance to safeguard hum
agaunst faulure and dusappountment But one
setback should not be the end of your career
It should make a person wuser and more untellu
gent for he now knows hus mustakes and wull try
to avoud them No sayung good bye to our
Alma Mater us really openung the door to a
EDITOR IN CHIEF
CHIEF OF REPORTERS
WHERE SHALL WE ANCHOR?
Where shall we anchor? As we walk slowly
down the ausle and out of the rear audutoruum
door thus questuon us pressung upon us as surely
as the hands that wull be congratulatung
Our shups are now saulung along the sea of Iufe
If we attaun our goal success must be the result
If we muss our goal Iufe may be a desolate faul
ure If we could look unto the years before us
we would probably see ourselves un varuous
posutuons Some of us may be un unuversutues
struvung to re enter our hugh school door only
thus tume as Instructors Some of us may be un
undustry or un busuness stull struvung to reach
hugher posutuons one of us may even succeed
un beung presudent of a large tlrm or even a
rulung hand on Wall Street Some of us may
be un musuc workurug our way to the concert
stage raduo televusuon and to world wude fame
Some of us may be un meducune helpung others
on theur way to health and happuness Some
of us may be un law helpung to keep our gov
ernment strong and free All of us have a
place How soon shall we find t'P As we
tourney on our way we are constantly thunkung
of our famuluar motto Tonught we launch
We are constantly struvung to make our horuzor'
brught and prosperous When we finally achueve
our goal we shall be able to answer Where
shall we anchor?
CLASS OF 49
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ALFRED COLEMAN, President
Class Oflicer 3-4
Key Club 3-4
Class Play Y , 2-4
.layonian Staff ,, , 4
Boy Patrol Sponsor 3-4
MARGARET MINO, Secretary
Class Officer ,,,, l-2-4
Glee Club 2
Class Play , , 2-4
Minstrel ,, 4
Jayonian Stat? W, .. , 4
JOHN KULBA, Vice President
Class Play ,.
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Joyanian Staff ,,
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Glee Club ., 2 Stage Crew ,,,, ,
Minstrel , 4 Key Club ,,,.
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Rlvelt' Singel Steepe Thomas Yoder
R0beI'TS Spontak Sturey Tremul
RUTH ANN RIVELY ANDREW SPANTAK
Pep Club -----'q ---- - -- ------ 2'3'4 Senior Craft ..AA,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4
Press Club ,, , ., 2-4
Glee Club 2
ELEANOR SINGEI. SEHI S S UREY
Football W 2-3-4
Ysreenl " ' " l'2'3'4 Basketball 3-4
Pep nm Y 2-3-4 Key WW 3-4
Class ploy ' ' 4 Class Play ,,,, 2-4
Dmmclms "" 2 Class Olticer Y . . 3
Glffe Club ' ' Q Minstrel ,.,,..,,,., , ,,,,,, 2-4
Mmslfel ""' 4 Jayonian Staff , , ,, ., 4
Jayonnan Staff ,, , 4
GERTRUDE STEEPE BETTY YODER CECELIA TREMUL
Press Club ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 -4 Pep Club 2-3-4 Y-Teens sY,s,,.. , , , . l-2-3-4
Pep Club , ,, ,, 2-3-4 Y-Teens ,,,,,,,, H 2-3-4 Cheerleader , , l-2
Glee Club ,,,,,, 2 Press Club W , ,,,, 4 Pep Club ,,s,.. 3-4
Minstrel ,,,, 2 Class Play ,,,, ,,,.. . 2-4
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JUNIORS Lett to Rught tTop Row George Taduch Vuctor Ku her Mark Galaga a Muke Kuzmuak Muke Zuner Pete Katynsku
Pau Celle tSecond Row BTI Docherty Eugene Straut Joan Sungel Bernard Sewak Betty Herko Natalue
Saula Donala Lupek tThurd Row Mary Strank Patrucua Thuel Anthony Muranda Betty Konchan James Howard Phyllus
Booz u Alex Toth tBottom Row Mr Walter E Hute Jennue Kopler Colleen Gordon Frances Paruch George Reughard
Robert Gleason Rosalue Porcher Helen Derevuanuk
JUTTIUHS SPUTTSUH THE TIGERS ITETIHEHTIE
The Junuor Class elected for theur annual
Thus us the tlnal of a serues ot plays by Robert
St Claur and was durected by the sponsors
play The Tugers Necklace a mystery comedy
un two acts wuth a prologue and an epulogue
Erma Lovvrue the he re s
Madame Sylvua her aunt
Aunt Sophua Sylvuas suster
Mrs Murdock a Scotch woman
Ann Jackson an Englush gurl
Mrs Jackson her mother
The Tuger Woman
Pruestess of the Cult
THE CAST OF CHARACTERS
Macuntosh Ermas sweetheart Mark Galagaza
Sherutt Osaood Sophuas Elance Bernard Sewak
Mauor Jackson Anns tather Muke Boyarsky
Charles Howard Anns tlance Carl Lugar
Mahmound the Rauah of Mau Charles Kotynsku
Yamu Hugh Pruest ot the Cult Muke Zuner
Hassan a Hundu servant James Howard
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The 48 school term rolled around and we
walked unto the audutoruum conscuous of the fact
that we were now Junuors
When Mr Hute and Mr Salem were fTnally
appounted our permanent sponsors we looked
forward to the year wuth hugh hopes Bernard
Sewak was elected presudent Thora Bauer vuce
presudent Jennue Kopler secretary and Natalue
Saula Treasurer Sulver and sky blue were
chosen as our class colors a red raduance rose
for the flower and the class motto In ourselves
ur future lues
Followung the examples set up by the classes
before us the Junuors and Senuors undertook
the lob of sellung magazunes to obtaun some
money for theur treasurues Any person who
sold S5 worth of subscruptuons had an oppor
tunuty to wun a Bulova watch Flyung colors
then went to the Junuor class Helen Derevlanuk
was awarded the watch
class contrubuted seven rugged players to the
sauad After the Conemaugh Franklun game
Franklun played host to the vuctors at a party
un the gym
Early un the year the gym was opened to
noon dancung and refreshments were sold F
days actuvuty peruods proved unterestung as plays
were produced by the dramatuc classes and
movues were furnushed for entertaunment
Halloween rolled around and our students
celebrated un a flne fashuon A party was held
un the aym wuth all four grades partucupatung
It turned out to be an enuoyable evenung
The Senuor class opened the dramatuc season
wuth a comedy of youth entutled Muss Collegu
ate whuch was a huge success Many Junuors
partucupated as extras The Senuor class then
sponsored a druve to sell Chrustmas cards and
we dud our part to help the Idea along
Basketball fever had a strong hold on every
one and the boys usually had theur share of
cheerung fans present Our team although
small made the season one of whuch we could
It was at thus tume we first smelt orange
blossoms un the aur One of the gurls left our
group to start on her lufe career Another left
to prepare for hers wuth a rung on her finger
As for the rest they could usually be seen
walkung un paurs down the hall or suttung un a
booth at the students favorute hangout The
Blue Jay Daury Soon we all wore rungs no
not duamonds class rungs had arruved
January and early February brought a peruod
at hard work un preparatuon for The Showboat
Munstrels Junuors and Senuors predomunated
un the speakung parts whule the underclassmen
comprused the curcle Followung uts successful
performance the Junuor play came close on uts
heels It was a mystery drama The Tugers
Necklace Character roles were featured
After thus we had one more outstandung
event to look forward to the Prom Funally on
May 6th the bug evenung had arruved Lookung
un from the doorway you could see only a
huge splash of color whuch upon closer examun
atuon proved to be the brulluonce of the gurls
gowns Dancung wuth them could be seen theur
handsome partners for the evenung It was a
pucture to remember and we are sure everyone
present agreed ut was one of those nughts
that wull hold a specual page un hus book of
Examunatuonsl Success' And now we are
senuors' It us up to us to decude what nexti term
wull offer but workung together a successful
and happy one should be the result
The Junuor Mouthpueces
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Starting our second year in Franklin Borough High School, we lost no time in
preparing for the school term ahead. With the aid of Mr. Lynch, our class sponsor
for the second consecutive year, class officers were elected and plans laid for the
year's activities. The results of this election were: President, Wilma Page, Vice Presi-
dent, Pete Stureyg Secretary, Mary Sisitka, Treasurer, Charles Peruso. The Sophomores
greatly aided the senior class to stage their play by lending their voices in the cheer-
ing section off-stage. in order to raise funds for our future needs, we sold magazine
subscriptions and minstrel tickets. Selling minstrel ticketsudid not limit' our participa-
tion in this activity for many of us were represented in the circle, In the field of
athletics the class of Si contributed several players in both football and basketball
To cheer them on were sophomore girls who were lust star ng out as cheerleaders
and were doing very well The team work this term of all who were affiliated with
the class shows much promise for the next two years it was not easy to leave all
this behind but we had the enioyment of knowing that next term our title would be
The Jolly Juniors
SOPHOMORES Left to Right iTop Rowi Joe Luzar Nick Waytovich Mike Gregovich Carl Wilson
Richard Makuhan Pete Havrnlesky Robert Hagernch lMiddle Row Pete Sturey John Birus De
lores Dela Rosa Roland McNulty Charles Peru o VVilma Page Jane Hohan Dan Troup iBottom Rowi
Mr Robert E Lynch Nellie Glova Delores Delozner Betty Yanko Diana Gartrell Delores Morasky
Patricia Bimeal Ada Branriagan Mary Miranda Margaret Dernar Anna Bradley
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Studer Walter Rozum Frank Rzezsut Jack Kushner Charles Drummer fSecancI Rowl Paul
Kuzmnak Donald Blttner Carl Korber Wallace Taylor Helen Rykola Joseph Wudmar Dorothy Tadnch
Eluzabeth Wnllnams IThrrd Rowl Dorothy Waytovnch Joseph Sabol Max OSaben Irene Kolcun Harry
Muller Wnllnam Parks Frank Buchan IFourth Rowt Irene Gelles Betty Bayush Shurley Svoboda Dorothy
Rnbnch Nancy Cruse Mary Jane Newcomer Joan Yamrose Howard Burnes IFrlth Rowl Joan Teeter
Patrrcta Jancar George Struppy Edward Vavrek Nrck Danatsko Irene Derevlamk Robert Rttchey
Dorothy Paznn 'Snxth Row! Mass Anna Vulcnch Steve Slavrch Joann McNulty Ronald Beroldl
Coming back to school as Freshmen was really a thrall We soon were In the
swung of things as we elected our otttcers We started the term wrth a very success
tul skattng party held at Westmont Grove Halloween rolled around wtth nts cats
ghosts and watches On October 26 I949 we took part IH a merry Halloween Party
held In our gym Sooner than we expected Chrtstmas arruved Our dramatlcs class
put on the Immortal play The Christmas Carol A munstrel staged on February
8 9 IO I949 was a success and l am happy to say that many ot our Freshmen
parttcupated In tt Next came a successful YTeen Party then an oppartunuty to
make money by sellung magazlnes We closed the freshmen log with a loyous
ptcnuc at Idlewtld Park
l wonder what our Sophomore year wll brung'P Well well see'
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"M Des rves o bouquet
August 25 Opensng day of school
eptember 6 Schoolhouse doors closed
September 10 46 O defeat handed to Wsl
Isamsburg sn opensng game of football
September 16 Tough rsval Southmont shut
September 24 Electson of class offscer
ctober 1 Fsrst movse of the year Pstts
October 1516 Teachers Inststute No
October 16 Conemaugh ancsent rsval
hands Blue Jays thesr flrst defeat 12 6
November 11 Armsstsce Day sNo schoolt
November 12 Stagsng of Sensor class play
Msss Collegsate Huge succe s adds
a lsttle more money to our treasury
November 15 Blue Jays f'nally gasn a
vsctory downsng Shade Twp 127 to
end season wsth 5 wsns 3 losses 2 tses
November 19 Football m vse s
ovember 21 At long last our class rsngs'
November 25 26 Thanksgsvsng vacatson
December 13 Report cards for the second
ssx weeks persod
December 16 Football banquet held t
Whste Star Hotel Everybody stuffed
December 17 Everybody come to chool
wsth hasr combed Psctures for the year
book besng taken
December 23 Chrsstmas program sn auds
torsum presented by Club Scores a hst
January 3 Back to school after Chrsstmas
January 4 Few sen ors detasned after
school Forgot to close the coat room
January 7 Julsan Chrsstsnas sSecond vssst
for Santa Clausl
January 14 Altoona vsssts Franklsn for a
fast basketball game Altoona wsns sn
last few msnutes
January 21 Another movse Everybody
happy because of free afternoon
January 28 Sensor class meetsng brsngs
out plans for prsntsng yearbook
February 4 Sensors stop sweatsng Money
for yearbook has flnally been rassed
February 910 Junsor Sensor Msnstrel
February 11 Some sensor boys come to
school wth black faces Cant wash off
the msnstrel make up
February 18 Key Club boys talksng of
Conventson trsp to Allentown
February 25 At long last a slsghtly re
March 3 Sensor basketball players have
hopes of gosng to see the state cham
March 12 Allentown snvaded by our Key
Club most ensoyable trsp
March 22 Parents of sensor boys flnally
have them around the house to do work
Basketball season ss over
March 26 Some more worrses for sensors
Need funds for banquet
A rs 1 Bad day for teachers Aprsl Fool s
Aprs 7 ass of 1950 presents cass
p ay Another Tsger House sequel
Aprs 8 Last movse for thss term
Aprs 11 Rumor that Prom wsll be held
sn school gymnassum
Aprsl 19 Many sensors come to school ssck
Too much Easter candy
Aprsl 20 Junsor Sensor From plans taksng
Aprsl 29 Sophomores show they re cap
able actors and actresses sn a well acted
May 2 Last month of school starts
May 6 Junsor Sensor Prom
May 12 Sensor exam days are comsng
15 Sensors lust toll halls now
Practsce for Class Day and Commence
ment ss gosng on
Ma 17 Rsot nearly started lts Sensor
ay 18 Food galore' Sensors gasn ome
wesght at Sensor Banquet
May 23 Commencement At last we are
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THE EIGHTH GHHIJE
EIGHTH GRADE -Left to Right 4First RowiAJanet Saloom, Wilbert Sabol, Rose Bacofe, Russell Peruso.
fSecond Rowi--Sally Hess, Glenda Reighard, Norma Judge, Anna Raslevich, James Bradley, Charles
Knoll, Frank Singel. TThird Rowl-Miss Ruth Sanner, Richara Auvil, Olga Derevjanik, Joan Kunkle,
Barbara Brkovich, Patricia Coleman, Robert Popp. lFourth Rowl--Grace Anthony, Sheldon Dorian, Paul
Raslevich, Bernard Zivlcovich, James Britt, Francis Lupek, Joseph Polonchak.
StVENTH GRADE Left to Right Top Row Betty Robb John Konchan Sondra Joseph Mary Catherine
Singel Robert Gordon Daniel Mastovich Arlene Roberts Jack Reighard Ceorge Bongo TSecond
Sewok Walter Berzonsky Roberta McCleester John Salem Mrs Margie Harris lThird Rowl Cora
Cobough Nellie Diummer Ronald Krzysko Francis Naugle Robert Rumph Dorothy Serolcman Mary
Rolush Richard Varna h
THE SEVETTTH GHHTTE
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SCHOOL SECRETARY . . .
MISS LILLIAN VUDRAGOVICH
MISS RUTH SANNER . . .
IN HOME ECONOMICS
SCHOOL NURSE . . .
MISS SARAH NEARY
SCHOOL DENTIST . .
DR. GUS OLEASON
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A QCIENTIQT OR A MUQICIAN
MAY BE IN THE MAKING
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MR. MCGRAIN . . .
Casts an appreciative eye
on The Machine Shop Voca-
In Ainericon History
for on Ernployer's
MR. STRIPPY . . .
We the class of T949 beang of sound mand and body hereby request that upon our demase
as students of Franklan Hagh School the presadent of the class of T950 shall act as executor of thas
our last wall and testament
MIKE BOYARSKY walls has gettang slapped an
the face by garls to Nack Waytovach
DAVID BRANDLE walls has red flannels to
JOHN and NICK BRKOVICH wall thear twan
appearance to Carl Walson and Eugene Straat
BETTY BUCHAN walls her cute remarks to
ALFRED COLEMAN walls has usang Roberts
telephone to call has garl to Ball Docherty
ANNA DANATSKO walls her rnushball abalaty
to Betty Herko
WAYNE FYOCK walls has modesty to Walter
VERA GELESH walls her dark tresses to Bar
scaence class to Jack Kushner
RUSSELL HAVENER walls has careful dravang
abalaty to Carl Walsan
DAWN JOSEPH walls her flartataous manner
to Joseph Wadmar
FRANCES JANCAR walls her quaet aar to Doro
CHARLES KATYNSKI walls has boomang voace
to Colleen Gordon
DELORES KINGERA walls her way of ex
plaanrng to Jennae Kopler
THELMA KNOBLOCH walls her baby sattang
aab to Delores Morasky
JOHN KULBA walls has subtle ways to Mark
CARL LUGAR walls has way of clownang to
MARGARET MINO walls her Ieadang roles an
class plays to Irene Derevaanak
FLORENCE MORASKY walls her dravang ex
peraences to any careful draver
ROBERT PESCHOCK walls has burpang an art
class to Make Kuzmaak an Mr Lynchs class
DOLORES POPP walls her bouncang walk to
THOMAS REED walls has speakang abalaty to
RUSSELL REIGHARD walls has playang basket
ball for Maneral Poant to Eugene Straat
RUTH ANN RIVELY walls her art of blushang
to Nellae Glova
PAUL ROBERTS walls has maschaevous pranks
to Anthony Maranda
ELEANOR SINGEL walls a few pounds to
garls to Bernard Sewak
GERTRUDE STEERE walls her booth an the
Blue Jay Daary to Helen Derevaanak
NICK STUREY walls has clever way of gettang
out of ttght squeezes to George Tadach
JOANNE THOMAS walls her I massed the
bus excuse to Make Gregovach
CECELIA TREMUL walls her squarmang an class
to Betty Bayush
BETTY YODER walls her daaly traps to Skate
land to .loan Yamrose
To the above wall I as class presadent hereby
aftax my sagraature thas 20th day of January
Watness MARGARET MINO
RUTH ANN RIVELY
EDDIE GALUSKA wills his experimenting in ANDREW SPANTAK Wills his POPUIGVIIY with
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Its a beautuful day and as I Ile here on the
hnlltop I begun to thunk of many thlngs I wonder
what happened to my schoolmates? What ktnd
of work are they engaged n'7 What do they
look luke today?
As I lazuly roll over on the cool grass and
gaze up at the sky the clouds suddenly part
and drsclose a motnon plcture panorama entitled
The Sensors of I949 In T959
A beat of muslc sounds as I see the opening
of a concert at Carnegle Hall featuring the
noted vuolnnxst Michael Boyarsky Enloylng the
concert thoroughly IH her special box is the
Fnrst Lady Presldent of the Unuted States Eleanor
Sungel Across the way IH another box IS the
great lnventor Edward Galuska who won the
Nobel Prize for has lnventlon of the transparent
bathnng sunt At the end of the concert Tom
Reed the conductor was rendered a tremen
dous ovatnon The orchestra then gathered their
Charles Katynsku rntervnewtng celebrutues asking
theor opunuon of the concert by drrect broadcast
through the courtesy of has own statuon WCKZ
He is now speaking to the famous oriental
dancer lust back from Syrsa Dawn Joseph
who tells us she IS now at the Penn Theatre and
starrsng wnth her ns a song comedian Carl Lugar
and that great blues sunger Andrew Spantak
There IS a rush to get to the cabs for that
hurrled trxp home to tune In on the radlo and
lusten to that famous sports edutor John Kulba
and hls guest the coach of the Putt Panthers
AI Coleman and Margaret Mno who has gust
won the Florida Olymplc Award for her fighting
roosters This being Saturday some are hurry
Ing home to get the much needed sleep to at
tend church tomorrow where Father Peschock
IS preaching with his faithful asslstant Anna
Danatsko the Mother Superior at has side I
see gettmg Into one of the cabs Delores Ktngera
In her frills that she has lust deslgned She
relates that she us the owner of the Hnlltop
Shop Frances Jancar bezng In the same bust
ness announced the gala opennng of her fashuon
center on Frfth Avenue Frances tells us that
Ruth Ann Rrvely has opened a shop next to hers
Ruth Ann rs Madame Gen: a fortune teller Betty
Buchan ns now Ieavnng the hall From her Inter
vrew I learn that she rs the ow er of the Betty
B Foundatron Cream Company whmch produces
the cream that has always gxven Betty one of
the loveluest complexnons
A group of clouds pass over thus scene and
another one comes to lnfe In this I see David
Brandle leaning on a plow lookmg nntently at
what IS happening on the hlahway It IS Russell
Relahard as usual flxlnq has car wlth the and
of those promrnent bachelors Russell Havener
a naval officer and Wavne Fyock They gaze
up the road at the sound of hoofbeats and a
cloud of dust appears Soon I make out the
flaures of Cecelua Tremul and Florence Morasky
comma In from theur dude ranch They heeded
the call of the Golden West
As they drsapoear from vzew the scene
clears and I see Vera Gelesh and Betty Yoder
dlscusslna how to put the stan up for the open
Inq of thelr new Skating Review Talkmg to
them rs Thelma Knobloch who ns now a regls
tered nurse employed by the Franklin Borough
Schools Next to the Skatung Rtnk I see Gert
rude Steepes food shop and tnsnde I see the
Brkovlch twtns munchrnq on hamburgers They
are probably hunary after haulrng coal all day
In front of Gertrudes shop I see a stgn nn bug
lettering WOLFS CORNER and who drd I
see there but Nick Sturey and Paul Roberts co
owners The scene closes as Dolores Popp world
renowned dancer purouettes Into the fading
I arose happy at seenng my former class
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Graders on Special Forget Algebra? M 8 M History Problems
The Enghth Graders Are Deep 'n a Study of Geography
When' Algebro Agoml
The Study of Biology
Our Seventh The Sophomcres Proves Intereshng
Graders of Worn Study Engl: h to This Group
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D A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL'
The Sensors Present
The Study ot
Appeals to Junior
A Popular Organization
"The Key Club"
We Shall Have
At All Events
The Mochine Shop
Is the Home of
The Senior Croft
THE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Although small un number the hugh school
orchestra functuoned on a fulltume schedule
The organuzatuon had varuous musucal assugn
ments durung the year begunnung wuth the
Thanksguvung Assembly and endung wuth Com
The orchestra was one of the sux hugh school
orchestra un the county So much emphasus
has been placed on hugh school bands that the
orchestra has been a forgotten group In n
effort to keep the hugh school orchestra on the
school musucal calendar thus organuzatuon
wull be augmented by sux new vuolunrsts un the
MR RICHARD OCONNOR
THE PEP CLUB
The Pep Club adopted as uts mauor func
tuon the fosterung of better school spurut The
spurut was un evudence not only at athletuc events
durung the course of the school year but also
un the everyday lufe of classroom and extra
body cheerung sectuon at athletuc games and
Most of the members were upper classmen
however un the future more under classmen are
goung to be granted buds for membershup un the
MR RICHARD OCONNOR
Pep Club Sponsor
THE PRESS CLUB
The Press Club us composed of thurty two stu
dents representung the enture hugh school The
staff Includes the followung Edutor un Chuef
Betty Herko Assustant Edutor Mary Strank Ar
Edutor Mark Galagaza Sports Edutors George
Taduch and Mark Galagaza Socual Edutor
Phyllus Boozer an edutor representung each of
the hugh school grades and the Busuness Man
ager Charles Katynsku The purpose of our
Press Club us to publush a school newspaper
and to furnush school news to the newspapers
MR EDWIN D SNYDER
Press Club Sponsor
Thus club was comprused of thurty sux students
from the seventh eughth and nunth grades One
act plays were read and some were enacted un
the assembly programs ul Happened to Swee
ney was uountly dramatuzed wuth the Senuor
Dramatucs group on October 22 and A Chrust
mas Carol was guven for the Chrustmas As
sembly The ,lunuor Dramatucs Club was taught
to choose good and worthwhule one act plays
Thus club consusted of fourteen tenth grade
gurls They studued the background of dramatucs
and learned uts development and early methods
of productuon They read some of the better
plays many of whuch have shown or are show
ung on Broadway Thus group also auded un an
assembly program on October 22 and per
formed un It Happened to Sweeney Excerpts
from famous plays were produced un several
assemblues sponsored by members of the Senuor
of plays both clubs attended motuon puctures of
MISS ANNA VUJCICH
Our Y Teen club us composed of 43 members
It us an organuzatuon of gurls from the 9th to the
I2th grades We had I2 new members unutr
ated thus year The unutuotuon party was held un
the hugh school gymnasuum A the gurls o
operated There also was a Y Teen co ed party
on February I2 whuch turned out to be quute
a success We had refreshments games and
dancung The YTeens and th HuY held a
conventuon un Johnstown on February 26 The
offucers of the YTeens are as follows
PRESIDENT JOAN SINGEL
VICE PRESIDENT DELORES POPP
SECRETARY ELEANOR SINGEL
TREASURER DAWN JOSEPH
MISS RUTH SANNER
Y Teen Sponsor
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Joan Sungel made an E
Nuck Brkovuch came to school on tume?
Thora Bauer ceased to blush?
Mr Salem forgot to guve out Amerucan Gb
The senuor gurls cut a perfect stencul?
Certaun boys could play football unstead of
thunkung they could?
Andrew Spantak were short?
Davud Brandle found a gurl fruend?
John Kulba smuled once un a whule?
Eddue Galuska talked to the gurls?
Students would close cloakroom doors a ter
hangung up theur coats?
George Taduch lost hus vouce?
Muke Boyarsky had a crew cut?
Eleanor Sungel could not see a certaun Cone
Margaret Muna would flunk?
Delores Kungera could not dance?
Dawn Joseph stopped wearung sweaters?
Delores Popp were not so bossy?
Florence Morasky could not see Frank Kray
The Brkovuch twuns dud not have detentuon?
Russell Havener were tall?
Paul Roberts werent a wolf?
Nuck Sturey fouled to vusut a Conemaugh
Charles Katynsku had blonde haur?
Thelma Knobloch became seruous?
Gerrude Steepe crossed the street wuthou
Paul Roberts wrote a 5 OOO word theme?
Alfred Coleman dud hus own homework?
Thora Bauer dud not have Captaun Marvel?
Irene Derevuanuk would puck on a boy her
Delores Kungera went wuth the uuuulkman n
stead of the uceman?
Wayne Fyock would smule?
Muke Kuzmuak would shave?
George Taduch gauned weught?
Betty Buchan were not un love?
Vera Gelesh dud somethung unstead of pre
Robert Peschock dud luve on The Thousand
Thomas Reed gauned weught?
Russell Reughard dud not follow Arlene
Betty Yoder werent bashful?
Walter Rozum knew how to druve?
John Kulba were a crooner unstead of a
Joanne Thomas receuved an E P O D ?
Franklun Blue Jays would wun the West Cen
Carl Lugar would study?
Frances Jancar would grow a few unches?
Cecelua Tremul dudnt have a dufferent boy
fruend each evenung?
Nuck Sturey dud not belueve he was Gods
guft to women ?
Charles Katynsku were not un a huddle wuth
Muke Boyarsky forgot how to play a vuolun?
Muke Zuner were not late for a week?
Mark Galagaza had small feet?
The gurls had no love storues to read?
Anna Danatsko could be Lucy Sweeney at
Eddue Galuska would take out Ruth Ann
Bernard Sewak dud not smule at Rachel Har
Joan were marrued unstead of Sungel?
Nuck Sturey played o harp unstead of the
The Brkovuchs had theur haur cut regularly?
Alfred could not flnd Delores?
There were no deadbeats un the Junuor
Andrew Spantak wore short pants?
Flo M walked naturally?
Carl Lugar dud not brag?
The Franklun Basketball team obeyed traun
Marks nose grew as large as hus feet?
We sugned our names?
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Strtppy on August 25 the prospects of Frank
ltns football team looked very good Srx let
termen John Brkovnch Nlck Brkovtch Paul Ro
berts John Kulba Carl Lugar and Alfred Cole
man returned from the undefeated champton
shup team of I947
The flrst game an the Blue Jays path wa
wtth the Wtlltamsburg Blue Devtls The scortng
tacttcs of Frankltn were too much for the Blatr
County rtvals and a 46 O score was eastly rolled
p Next came Southmont flrst Inter County
Conference opponent Thus game set Frankltns
hopes soarmg as they handed an always tough
Southmont eleven a T90 defeat After being
held scoreless the first half Franklms second
spree was too much for the Beaverdale Beav
ers and another vtctory was chalked up l9O
October 2 was a blue Saturday for our team
as a ltghtly regarded South Fork eleven gatned
a 7 7 te However later an undefeated Dale
was smothered under a 27 O count as we pre
pared ourselves for the tradtttonal game wtth
Conemaugh Leadmg for hree quarters our
Blue Jay team couldnt hold Conemaugh In the
flnal pertod and we flnally bowed T26 This
was the flrst defeat for Franklin tn I3 regular
season games The followmg week Rt hlands
Rams erased any hopes we had of repeattng
as Inter County Champtons by downtng our
eleven I27 After holdtng undefeated Nanty
Glo to a 66 tue we faced undefeated Adams
Twp Thetr second half scortng was too much
for Frankltn and a 200 defeat was recorded
Thus was the flrst ttme In two years that the Blue
Jays were held scoreless We closed the season
wtth a vtctory over Shade Twp thereby gtvtng
us a fatr record of 5 wms 3 losses and 2 tres
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Just as soon as the last football unntorm
had been stored away for the T949 season
basketball came unto full sw ng Twenty tTye
boys responded to Mr Strlppys call for candl
dates and practsce sesslons began In the hlgh
school gymnaslum From thls number nlne were
selected tor the varsuty team and ten tor the
Junior varsuty The senlor class almost entirely
domlnated the varsuty as elght ot the nnne mem
bers were from our group Thus Included sux
lettermen from last year ohn Brkoyuch Mlke
Boyarsky Carl Lugar John Kulba Robert Pes
chock and Alfred Coleman who along wnth
Nnclc Brkovlch Nuck Sturey and Paul Gelles
rounded out the squad A nmeteen game
schedule was arranged tor the 48 49 season
Along wlth the West Central teams three top
dstruct qulntets Johnstown Wundber and Al
toona were rncluded The schedule tollows
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CLASS B ELIMINATIONS
J V TOURNAMENT
Ramblers no pushover
A gnft from the grads
Could have been better
Blue Jays loot Lutles team
Last mnnute spree downs Jays
Blue Jays needed :ce skates
Mnssed enough peeps to sta
It was close for a while
Dldnt need forfelts this year
Should have left at the a
No excuses thus time
Wowl What a nightmare'
r a chucken farm
Why cou'dnt we score thus much last game?
Falcons got hot In last quarter
llpped but no nlghtmare
Two days two losses
Heading for Class B title
Close but we finally came through
Dmstruct V1 Champxons State here wo comc
What' Trlpped agann an quarter finals
Nlce football game
Gettmg better by the day
Lnttle Jays tame Mountaun Lions
Thus could become a habit
Fast break too fast for Falcon
Jaffa Mosque snaps wnnnnng streak
Took flrst half to get started
Fowl shooting tournament
Back In strude
Whewl That was close
Just cant figure thus out
Good maternal for the future
Jays shot by Hunter an last quarter
Not a good start
We Lynch ed them
They even used their thnrd team
Wash this were the varsity score
Stlngers get stung
There goes the league
Roll em over
Floor hemmed the lrttle Jays sn
Bnggest vlctory of the season
On the victory road
Lynch closed has eyes In the lost few minutes
A very good f1nush
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to recognize the many business men and patrons who
dusplayed Interest an the publication of out yearbook by
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Senlor Class Franklin Boro Hugh School
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