Franklin Regional High School - Quill Yearbook (Murrysville, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1953 volume:
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THE SENIOR CLASS
The Book and Pencil Edition
FRANKLIN TGWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
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This is our story...
Thxs IS our story a record of our accompllshments through four years of hard work and play
lt IS a summary of our happy txmes our physical and mental growth our mndeaxors and our final
ln wrmn thls story there hase been scene plots and characters IIltl1lS drama of llfe many
scenes have changed from adolescence to physlcal maturlty from perlods of ClCIJI'ESbl0!'l as freshmen
to the helnhts of happmess at the junlor prom and the semor dance
As we finish thls final chapter we hope other classes enjoy thenr school days as we have These
memornes of Franklin Township Hlglx School w1ll lmger wlth us forever
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SETTING Set m our spacious lawn among stately
trees our beautiful school ns the nucleus of thrs dramatrc
story Wlthln nts walls and crowded corndors we have
mlngled chatted studred danced and laughed our way
to the end
We shall always remember the excltmg ball games and
the beautiful dances m our school gym In our trophy
case ln the hall there rs a reminder of the Champxonshxp
Team of Sl Other scenes will change but this Setting
this Franklm wxll remam as a pillar of wlsdom a pearl
CHARACTERS We are the real characters ln thls
story We are the scared freshmen the glgglmg sophomores
the excited jumors and the dlgmfied semors
Each of us seniors m dxfferent degrees of appreciation
approaches the last proofreading of his school record
We hope that those records are good blueprmts of our
characters our attitudes and our sportsmanslup
PLOT Our story has had an mtngulng plot for
each of us has planned hrs school hfe differently Some
plotted for good grades others for fun and play How
ever we all beheve that we have had a splendld class
spmt that we have cooperated wlth our teachers and
that we have learned to see the best ln the other fellow
LOCAL COLOR Our flashy cheerleaders rn all
modesty have added thexr encouragmg cheers to the
blue and gold Therr spmts are always hlgh whether
we are wmnmg or losmg Thns small group IS the
synthesns, the core, the heart of the morale of our school
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Mns EVELYN STEPHAN
MR JOHN GEARHARD
To our sponsors Mrs Evelyn Stephan and Mr John Cearhard who have helped and en
couraged us and whose forthrxghtness and generoslty have left a lastm lmpressnon on our hves
we the Senlor Class affectlonately dCdlC3lC the 1953 uzll
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BOARD OF EDLCATION
Mr John A Swacus Irznczpal
Mnss Beryl Prltchard Secretary
Sitting, Harold C. Hughes, Secretaryg Lawrence O. Miller, President. Standing, Lee C. Simmons, Daniel L.
Whitehead, V. Pres., Louis P. Fisher.
ENCI ISH R COMMERCIAL
Xlr Hu ll C lllllllul' X11 juan Young Nlr Raw xI1C8U ey
Three l'r1gl1xh tearhers ue hare here
Ur fllfllflllf III rlramatzr x brings a tear
1,155 lounb has Spanish arm' to aluau .so neat
Our l'r1enl Ur 'lla rs harzl to eat
'Nlr Frlmanl long 'Nlnss Ruth Krysnk Mrs Lola Johnson
Um johnson teaches us Sales ulthout any uss
Ulu lxrmth tall and grateful du tates to us
Mr long haa Typmg and Math each year
All three Lnou therr stuff and to us are dear
nstructlnv IIS ln the art of learmnff Ullldlllf' sh pm and mouldmg our character that we may m
llme .1 ume the It pon llulltx of Fltlllllilllll
NLIEWLE AND NIATH
John frarhanl 'Nlr lnrnella Spugcl Nlr Donald Chrlsllan
Gearharfl our sponsor makes easy our Vath
Brelal 15 aluam good for a laugh
Ihrmfzarz tn Algebra am! lhemzstry Ls
Urs .Spiegel ue ze enjoyed for a long time
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'VIUSIC AND MEDICAL ARTS
Ann Casper Mrs Evelyn Ference
ference szngs us lyrus and songs
learls our band by waning her baton
Casper ts a very hue nurse
ueren t tor her we d be qutte worse
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PHX SICAL EDUCATION SOCIAL STUDIES
Mrs Fvelyn Slrphan 'Ur James elky Nlr Vhllnam Viaskoskm Mr Robcrt Cxeslnk Mr Robert Amalong
Wr Kelley ts roafh of our team Ur Amalong ls our gulrle and leads the way
He lreeps his bow rlglll 011 th? 11611171 Of Ur Czeslzlf 5 humor there ts much to say
Hrs Stephan lem hes us rlanrmg aml garnet And My Wagkoghgg L5 Uuf true friend
Shes a gum! roazh anal has hzglz atrns To all ue fan go or hlstorual trends
H l nm to ur In land Ile ,real I,Jl"1I1Clp es an ldedls of our hLr1 a tires-Thxve gxven us generously
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SEVENTH GRADE W lalufuf ONAL
Hrs Laura Remaley Mr Samuel Bohmc Mrs Grace Pees MISS Mary LOU HOSWUCF MF Carl Vvllbers
A very fue gmc-her 13 Mrs Pges H155 Hostetler guides us ln home crafts
Hrs Remaley mughg us our A B C 5 She s young and sweet and enjoys a good laugh
Ur Bohtnc lS a very tall man Mr Vollberg teaches us Industrial Arts
Who 15 always wlllmg to lend g hand The boys learn many skills aids and parts
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SHIRLEY ANDERSON "Andy" ANTHONY ASTORRI "Pinky"
Well, Hi Kid! Shape up or ship out.
At basketball Andy is hard to beat A famous lawyer he would like to be
Steak and onions she loves to eat. llis farorite subjeft is girls, you see.
The color she likes most is green The color he likes most is green
And with ,lo she is usually seen. With Bill or Bob he is usually seen.
Varsity Club Quill Editor Mixed Chorus Play
Mixed Chorus Roundup Quill Roundup
ROBERT BARRICKMAN "Sluts"
How you was?
A real tall basketball player, you see
He's usually seen with Bill or Pinky.
A handsome dovtor he is going Io make
Lobsters an l the folor blue he u'ill always lake.
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Roundup Honor Society
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MARGARET BERGANT "Cookie" THOMAS BORLAND ' , ' "Dave" PAULINE BOWMAN "Pauline"
Oh, crumb! I don't know. r My golly!
Slippery Rock College she plans to attend To go to Penn State is his wish ' f. ' A diamond on her finger we see
l'he stairway to teaching she will ascend. A big steak dinner, his favorite dish. L With jim she just loves to be.
She thinks driving a ear is really neat His UHF Dv! Sllyillg iS, nl llun't know" Her favorite subject is typing two
French fries and hamburgers she'll always eat. lle's usually seen with lloose, and Crow. She's seen with Doris, Starsie, and Swanky too.
Mixed Chorus Play Vice-President of Class Mixed Chorus Student Secretary
Quill Roundup Quill
There are three kinds of seniors . .
Those who loaf and skip a lot . .
The Untverstty of Pittsburgh she plans to
As a Physical Therapist there ll be no end
A steak rllnner with strawberry cake
And any servzceman shell always take
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Oh you re xgnoran
A Whtte I alley girl full of truhs
5he ll be an artist aml drau ruers and ereelrs
ltolores an llune are her falorlte pals
Raztolz and yellou malres a hlt with thzs gal
Nlnxed Chorus Roundup
LORRAINE CIKOVIC Babe
A real mee beautzelan she will no doubt be
Her most welcome dlsh ts Donnie you see
Her favorite subject ts typmg two
Clue her any color as long as Ll s blue
JUNE CLENIENT .lume
Danemg and sharing she ll always do
Ctve her spaghetti and the color blue
She prartues basketball ezery ntght
To beat her playing uoula' be some ght
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IO Those who date and stay out late
Those who work and study hard .
l ripe sakms'
He s not too short but not real tall
Hts tal orzte subjert ts study hall
As his tazortte rolar he utll aluays choose red
It he foulrlnz go to Penn Tu p hed wish he
INORMA DKUCHERTY Norm
Not too fittm
A real nue glrl we have right here
.She yomefl the Honor Youelyf tn her junior
A lenn State student she plans to be
Her avorue rolur ls green you see
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, l t s l tt st VIRGINIA CAMPBELL '-Gabby" ROSALIE CAPPA -'Cuppiw ROBERT CARUNEL "Crow"
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SYLVIA DEZANET 'Sylvia'
She's not too short, and not too tall
A basketball player, liked by all.
National Honor Society in her junior year
Skating and danring to her are dear.
Class Treasurer Quill
Student Secretary Roundup Editor
Mixed Chorus Play
ALENE DICKEY "Al"
Her favorite color is "Kelley" green
With Norma or Nez she is usually seen
A housewife Alene wants to be
She'll marry Jack, just wait and see.
Mixed Chorus Quill
Girls' Chorus Roundup
HELEN EARLL "Red"
A business school graduate she'll be someday
A cute little redhead most people say.
She loves milk shakes and the color green
With Lorraine she is usually seen.
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JAMES EBERTS "Jim" ,IEANETTE ECKELS "Jean"
A hot rod driver he wishes to be
lle's usually seen with Gustla, you see.
Chicken and potatoes he loves to eat
Loajing around just can't be beat.
A nurse or math teacher she will be
Her ,favorite subject is geometry.
Chicken and tlurnplings she thinks is a treat
Her hobby, sewing, is hard to beat.
Mixed Chorus Roundup
But all with a single hope - to graduate .
Take a look at our record . . .
MARY EVANS "Mar"
l don't know.
She always has for you a Cute little smile
And enjoys riding horseback mile after mile.
French fried shrimp she thinks is a treat
And to Mary, Rich just canlt be beat.
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Whe-re's my pencil?
A diamond on her hnger we see
A buteher's wife she is going to be.
She likes any color as long as it's green
With Mary, Bert, and Shirley she's usually
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.4 diamond ring on her finger we see
lion Beattfs wife she is going to be.
llam barbecues are her favorite dish
To marry lion is her only wish.
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Mixed Chorus Girls' Chorus Play
SHIRLEY KEELER "Keeler" RUBY KING "Ruby"
Oh gosh! Holy cow!
A telephone operator she wants to be Visiting Derry she is usually seen
She's crazy about steak and Bill, you see. She likes any color. especially green.
She likes any color as long as it's blue A Laboratory Technician she wants to be
Her favorite subject is typing two. ller favorite subject is history.
Mixed Chorus Quill Play Qllill
Artists, athletes, actors, and musicians . . .
BETTY FERRINCTON "Bets 3flRl.5-NI CEICER "Mir'
Oh, how cute!
On her left hand is a diamond ring
.45 a pastime, she likes to sing.
"Oh, how cute," is what she says most
And Rirh, she'll most likely boast.
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REBECCA JANE KISTLER
Hey Kids! You know what?
A sweet little blonde, known to all
By her ability to play basketball.
She'll win our game most every night
Red clothes and steak, that's her delight.
Varsity Club Mixed Chorus
Quill Student Secretary
Mechanics, journalists, an occasional scholar . .
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DORIS KISTI-ER "Dis" ALBERT KLAVON "Al" EDWARD KOVALCIK "Eddie"
I could have died! Hey kid! Hi Honey!
Sfffefafl' .i0f Ni-T071 She would like tv be A teacher Al would like to be He isn't short and he isn't tall.
S1155 USl1l1llY S6011 with Paul, ,YOU 599- Hels seen with Paul or Ed, you see. His favorite subject is study hall.
Her favorite foods are spaghetti and meat In outdoor sports he likes to compete At farming land he can't be beat.
Swimming and dancing can't be beat. The color blue is hard to beat. Potatoes and steak he loves to eat.
Student Secretary Mixed Chorus Band Volleyball Roundup Band
Quill Basketball Mixed Chorus Quill Mixed Chorus
His favorite color is a pretty green
With lim Eberts he is usually seen.
His favorite subject is typing two
Mechanical work he would like to do.
What did I do?
His favorite color is a pretty blue
To join the army he wishes to do
His favorite subject is study hall
A real nice boy, liked by all.
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GRACE LOTT "Grace'
She likes to write letters we've heard it said
Give her a hamburger and she's well fed.
Her favorite color is a pretty blue
She's seen with Becky, Betty, and Nancy too.
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JOSEPHINE MARSCHIK "lo
A comptometer operator she would like to be
Her favorite subjeet is P. 0. D.
A meal of stuffed peppers she loves to eat
Bowling and dan:-ing just can't be beat.
Mixed Chorus Roundup
Quill Student Secretary
For corn sake!
His favorite subjert is Doris ,lean
And with Doris he is usually seen.
His favorite rolor is blue, you see
A music tearher he would like to be.
Mixed Chorus Band
ROBERT MARSCHIK "Bob" THOMAS MATESIC
What do you know?
A Penn State student we have right here
Hotel management he'll take up next year.
He thinks square dancing is a real treat
Stuffed rhicken or turkey he loves to eat.
A nice tall farmer he will no doubt ma
A big roast chicken he'll always take.
As a favorite color. he-'ll always choose
Dating Naomi he just loves to do.
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JACK MCALPINE . 3 ' "Jack" MARJORIE MCALPINE "
Where's the phone bogk? Gee whiz!
Basketball and baseball are tops witltilaclc Bowling and skating are her favorite pt
Speed and ability he does not lack: Green Clothes and peppers she'll tal
The President of our senior class time.
He rates high with each lad and lass. Margie for a cheerleader is one real bn
Basketball Varsity Club A sweet little nurse she will no doubt n
Mixed Chorus Stage Crew Varsity Club Ouill
Student Council President Baseball Mixed Chorus Student
Sr. Class President Roundup
We slayed over nightly assignments . .
'4 And how we complained . . .
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Rosmmui: suuizmiorr --Rosie" vimgiuix MgCURK -tginn,
For Pete's sake!
A secretary for the F.B.l. she wishes to be
She likes the color blue and dancing, you see.
Pork Chops and french fries she thinks is
A missionary she wishes to be
She's usually seen with her friend, Nancy.
Liver and onions she loves to eat
treat Writing to pen pals ran't be beat.
English rlass aml skating just ean't be beat. Quill Student Secretary
Mixed Chorus Student Secretary
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WILLIAM MOORE "Bill IHAROLD MOOSE "Hal
I'm just so glad to be here!
Bill is thinking of joining the navy
His favorite food is roast turkey and gravy.
With Bob or Pinky he's most often seen
Riding around in a Chevy that's green.
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V Look out!
He likes to play basketball, as we know
He's usually seen with Tom and Crow.
A machinist at the Airbrake he will be
His favorite color is wine, you see.
We relaxed at Costell,s .
And loafed in the Diner .
Oh, I don't know!
A rollege student we have right here
June and Rosalie are always near.
As a favorite color she chooses blue
She has brown hair and blue eyes, too.
Mixed Chorus Student Secretary
MARILYN NESBITT "Nez"
To work for a dortor she would like to do
Coffee and shrimp she likes real well too.
Her favorite color is a pretty red
If it weren't for men she'd wish she were dead.
Mixed Chorus Girls' Chorus
DIXIE NOEL "Dee"
You know what I mean?
A rlerk in a store she wants to be
She's usually seen with Carol, you see.
Meat loaf and gravy she lures to eat
Of all her vlasses, English fanlt be beat.
WAYNE RUGH "Sonny"
Aw, come on chicken!
His hobby is skating, and dancing too
Dating girls he just loves to do.
His favorite color is a real bright red
If it weren't for girls he'd wish he were dead.
Mixed Chorus Roundult
THELMA ROSE "Curly" FAYE RIIBRIGHT "Faye"
llriiing and basketball are her interests each
ller hobby is skating, and she loves to wear day
Yuu're a character.
.4 real sweet girl, a rheerlearler too
ller ,tarurite rolor is red, by the way.
I if-e-President oil Student Cotinril she did ar- A nurse or serretary she will probably be
quire Sheds usually seen with her friend, Curly.
To own a Dude Ranrh is her main desire. Mixmi Chorus Quill
Yarsity Club Student Secretary Varsity Club Student Secretary
Mixed Chorus Student Council Basketball
NANCY RYCKMA J' "Nancy" LONNIE SHANNON UB. Cf
Do you like the way you are put together? Wow George!
A dietitian .che imulrl like to be An Elerlrif' Welder he will probably be
She's seen with Virginia, Crave or Betty. llis favorite dish is Pearl, you see.
Her -larorite subjert is typing two He likes any color pro1'itlingil's blue
To vook, swim, or read she loves to do. Baked beans and Pearl he likes real well too.
We have bought our last lunch ticket . .
I6 We have read our last Round-Up . .
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BERTHA SHAW b'Hert" JMARY SHER ff" "Mary"
That's for sure!
A rancher's wife she wishes to be
She likes spaghetti and meat balls, you see.
She likes any color as long as it's blue
Her favorite subject is typing two.
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MARIAN SIMONS "Hon"
The wife of a millionaire she wishes to be
She's usually seen with Mary, you see.
French fries and shrimp she loves to eat
Pestering people just can't be beat.
Mixed Chorus Student Secretary
A rliamonrl on her finger, you see
With Bert Kernerer she loves to be.
Her favorite subject is shorthand two
She likes ham anzl chiclfen and the color blue.
Student Secretary Quill
Roundup Mixed Chorus
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MARQARET STAIRS ' ",x5tairsie"
I could spit tackb.
A cute little nurse she is going to make
.lust give her macaroni and chocolate cake.
ller favorite color is baby blue
She's seen with Swanky and Pauline too.
Mixed Chorus Student Secretary
We have held our last classumeeting . .
PEGGY SIMMONS "Peg
A teacher, Peggy wants to be
Her hair is bright red as we can see.
Her farorite color is a pretty green
And with .llarge she is most often seen.
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1'll think about it.
A therapist she would like to be
Her favorite subject is history.
Ham and potatoes she loves to eat
The color blue just can't be beat.
We have played our last game with Export . .
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MARGARET SWANK "Swanky"
1 thought I'd die.
A real eute girl, a strawberry blonde
With Stairsie and Pauline she's seen around.
Her hobby is daneing and thafs no lie
She likes liver and onions and pumpkin pie.
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GLENN TONER ' - '- V , , 'A "Hop"
Oh Buddie! . '
A sailor man he wants to be
His favorite gal is Shirley, you see.
Meat loaf and potatoes he loves to eat
Loafing with Don just can't be beat.
NIABCARET SW,-XUGER "Maggie"
A real riire girl from out lianrlergrijt way
She likes to play basketball Il74"lC heard her
Spaghetti and meat balls she loves to eat
As a nurse, she'll be hard to beat.
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He's not too short, his kind of tall
A dark-hairefl boy. liked by all.
His farorile rolor is mosl definitely blue
L0llnIlg1L'ilh Glenn he just loves to do.
We'll always cherish the friendships .
'B We'll always treasure the good times .
lfheerlea ler lfaptairz anrl o rute girl to
l"rer1rh jrieil ,loorl anil skating will rlo.
Pink anil blue are her favorite Colors
She'll marry I1 man u-ith a million doll
Varsity lflub Student Secretary
Mixed Chorus Quill
RICHARD URICK "Rich
A good looking former he will no doubt be
He's usually seen with his girl, Mary
A chit-ken rlinner is his favorite food
ln bright yellow he looks real good.
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You gom Skatm
He s not too short he s medlurn tall
Hrs jazonze subject lS study hall
A real mee farmer he will probably be
He s crazy about blue and slxatzng you
IC IRENE WEISTER eg
With lolznny Young she IS usually seen
Her latorzle Colors are plnln and green
She plans to work after graduation
Cowboy putures are among her collection
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OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
First Row Jack McAlpme, Pres , Tom Borland, Vnce Pres , Peggy Simmons, Treas Second
Row Sylvla Delanet, Sec , Mr Gearhard, Mrs Stephan, Sponsors
We'll always remember F. T. H. S. . .
And our class of 53.
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Annapolls Naval Academy
June 2 1975
Profesor J H Gearhard
Department of Mathematlcs
Poughkeepste New York
Dear Wir Cearhard
e class of 03 and I were wry sorry that ou
were unable to attend thetr first reumon I thought you
would like to know how our former students have pro
gressed m these past years Most of them have ltved up
to the great expectatnons we had for them Some of them
have become famous celebrities and I know you ve prob
ably heard of them I wlll devote the rest of my letter to
telling you of their achtevements
Hot Lxps Pmky and lns trumpet have taken over the
Harry James Orchestra lBetty Crable, also? Pmky IS
now playing at the Copa Cabana owned by the 3 Ms
meanmg nnlllonanres Moore Matestc and Marschxk Ap
pearmg also at the Copa ts that world renowned dancmg
team of Faye and Ray These two have danced their way
han chosen entertammg as their career Manlyn Nesbitt
ns starrmg as Marzo Lanzas stngmg partner ln hrs latest
pxcture The Scarcxty of Singers Paulme has srgned with
NIC NI to star tn thelr new ptcture The Perfect House
wtfe Irene and Delores are finally the top bnll at the
Palace Thexr dance routme IS to the sweet melody of
Dear Old Franklin High School Bob Cargnel the most
belovtd clown of all IS playmg Nlcky on the Super
lnrcus Show Donald Watt and Glenn Tomer have been
tlancm with the June Taylor Dancers on TV for three
years Lontlnumg with TV we have two dally programs
starrmg members of the class of 53 They are Nancy
Faces Llfe and Cookte Gets Around Jlmmle Durante
Eberts and Madam Mmam the mezzo opera singer are
gomg to entertaxn ln Korea wtth the U S 0 While overseas
the Madam w1ll see her husband who IS now a fxve star
general Speakmg of the war the class of 53 has con
trtbuted greatly Mary Evans and Thelma Rose decided
to Joan the Waves rxght after Rtch and his brother jomed
the Navy Dons and Becky are ln the Wacs Those two
always were a brt wacky anyway Tom Borland who
works for the Press and Josie who works for the Penn
Franklm News Dtspatch are both war correspondents ln
Korea Al Klavon IS xn the Secret Servxce He came but
he couldnt tell us a thmg Dtcksxe Noel and Rosemane
Stamm are workmg for the Axr Force They are now
statxoned m Anzona testmg parachutes
Two of the members of the class have chosen the
literary field They are Peggy and Marjorie Thetr latest
book IS Party Planning for Fifteen or A Hectlc Nnght
Turnmg to sports we have June and Rosalie wmnmg
trophtes m the roller derby Harold has taken the fancy
srde of skatlng and wlth his partner, Shirley Anderson,
he appears ln nightclubs and on TV all over the United
Qtates Sylvla the Slmster and Rosemarie Rasputxn
are domg fine nn the field of wresthng The Ice Capades
are causmg qutte a sensatlon this year wlth their theme
Luttle Red Rldmg Hood Three of our former students have
leadmg roles Don Ltprando has the role of Little Red
Rullng Hood Helen Earll xs playing the part of the Big
Bad Wolf and Eddie Kovalctk wxll be Grandma
Many of these young people have entered other sue
cessful fields Betty and Grace have become professional
models They model for the false faces on the Wheatxes
Box Norma Emstem Daugherty has become successful
as the chlef deslgner of the Captam Vxdeo super some
code rmgs Vxrgnma Campbell ts workmg as a lab tech
mcnan for the Lapcevxc Src Em Boy Dog Food Corpora
txon Barbara Thomson co owner tn the Amencan Auto
Inventors Incorporated has just come out with the news
that they have the latest thmg ln autos The gentus
mmds of the Corporatlon Shaw Shero and Faulk three
top sclentlsts have collaborated and Invented the fin!
Auto matlc Warmer Upper to replace the old fashnoned
Armstrong Heater The competltlon IS really stlff these
days rsnt lt? Bob Barrtckman has just opened a summer
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resort hotel in the 'prosperous resort town of Murrysville.
The luxurious resort overlooks the banks of the Murrys-
ville Sulphur Creek. The Rugh Construction Company has
received the signal to break ground for the fabulous Eckels
Building. The building is to be twice the height of the
Empire State Building.
As you probably know, our ex-class president, Jack
McAlpine is running for the presidency of the United
States this year as the Howdy Doody-Crat candidate.
Shirley Keeler is his campaign manager. Lorraine told
me that he said if she contributed generously to his
campaign, that he would appoint her chief garbage col-
lector of Franklin Township. Isn't that nice?
King Farouk has honored our class by choosing Marian
Simons, a member of our class, as his sixth wife. He
swears that this is his last big mistake. Sweet little
Alene is now living in 6'The House That .lack Built."
The Paul "Richard Rodgers" Matthews School of Music
will present a recital at Carnegie Music Hall. Maestro
Matthews will present the noted pianist, Miss Ruby
King. Miss King owes her fame to her one-fingered solo
in the senior class play, "Sing For Your Supper." The
maestro will also present the "Maggie Sisters Trio," Stairs,
Swank and Swauger.
All these people that I have mentioned were at the
reunion. There were only two persons, other than you,
who were unable to attend., They were Virginia McCurk
who is heading a hunting expedition in deep, dark Africa
and Lonnie Shannon who joined the French Foreign Legion,
and hasn't been heard of since.
I hope I haven't missed anyone. This is more like a
report than a letter, but I'm sure you are interested in
what these people are doing. I hope to see you at the
Very sincerely yours,
CMRSJ EVELYN STEPHAN
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Thomas, J. Lavrich. P. Williamson
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R. Risehell, C. Earll, P. Farabaugh,
M. Norton, B. Polhamus, P. Shaw,
D. Stella, S. Ritko, M. Rivik, B.
Broom, P. Bush, A. Myers, L. Smith.
Third Row: R. Wertz, M. Sinan, B.
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Top Row: R. Cable. D. Kelly, S.
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Nelson. Miflrlle Row: Mr. Gilmour,
L. Beatty, J. Maxwell, H. Ruzharsky.
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Top Row: C. Allen, R. Shannon,
W. Parker, W. Brady, S. Soles.
Middle Row: M. Bezak. T. Beatty.
R. Killebrew, C. Leeds, F. Heuvel,
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C. Restauri, W. Pass, E. Frescura,
B. Whitehead. Bottom Row: Mr.
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L. Callucci, E. Lapcevic, R. Dezanet
C. Nelson, R. Deering, S. Shaw, Bi
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The purpose of the l953 CCllll0I1 of the ulll 1 to Ieoord the clced of the lroys and lrls who for the past
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'Nllis Kryslk qponsor Norma Daugherty Robert Barrukman Sylua De7anet
To become a member of the Uatlonal Honor Soclely ls the hx hw! honor a jumor or senior can SCIIICNC
The facultx Choo e three Jumorb and two senlor annuallx on the ments of -eholar hlp leader hlp Character
and Qeruce It lw a uorthuhlle achlexemcnt bC'Il1OI' chu lll la t war were Johnelta Sher and Geraldlne Bohmc'
-Xt the end of the war the memberb of thls Il3llOINS1d or dlll73ll0Il are lnwtalled at .1 eandlehnht ceremonx
Whse Krybnk IS the sponsor
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Staniing: Mrs. Johnson. H. Bebar,
W. Scott. A. M. Frescura. S. De-
Zanet. K. Towle. A. Shuster, R.
Mcllermutt. A. Santoriella, M. Ber-
gant, Ll. Elwood, Mr. McCauley.
Left to Right-First Row: R. Stew-
art, A. Mayer, D. Stella, P. Sim-
mons. M. McAlpine, N. Daugherty.
M. Geiger, J. Cain, C. Bert, .
Clawson, R. Cappa, J. Clement .
Mastorovich, M. L. Wilson. .
Kramer. P. Smith, P. Sc-nchur,
Britz, L. Cikuvic, H. Earll, .
Simons, M. Shero, R. Kemerer, .
Geiger. A. Watson, C. J. John
Dickey, S. Staymates, I. Fish, .
Lucas. E. Watt, C. Meyer, W. Pass.
Second Row: B. Barrickman, B.
Matesic, S. Anderson, D. Me-trosky,
E. Kovalcik, R. Wertz. W. Rugh, A.
Schlenke, S. Beswarick, C. Bush,
I. Wiester, J. Marschik, R. King, J.
Barnett, J. Primozic, E. M. Watt,
R. Deering, M. A. McCuigan, J.
Neptune, M. Stairs, P. Portertield.
First Row: B. Brady, T. Miller.
W. Scott, M. McAlpine, T. Rose,
J. Clement, J. Grudowski. Second
Row: J. Klavon, J. McAlpine, S.
Crooks, Mr. Amalong, P. Porterfield,
B. Ct-brosky, L. Swank. J. Cain. W.
First Row: S. Dezanet. M. Swank
M. Stairs, B. J. Kistler. Serorul Row:
D. J. Kistler. P. Bowman, F. Ru-
bright, T. Rose. Third Row: M
Simons. V. McCurk. B. Thomson
M. Shero. Fourth Row: D. Metrosky
J. Marschik, R. McDermott. N
Daugherty. Standing: Miss Krysik
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First Row: C. Meyer, P. POIICI'
field, H. Earll, L. Stifly. Second
Row: J. Mayer, E. Tonner. Stand
ing: Miss Young, R. Larouere, K
Towle, Mrs. Spiegel.
First Row: Mr. Kelley, S. Ander-
son, T. Rose, R. Barrickman, B.
Kistler, R. Urick, F. Rubright, B.
Thomson, Mrs. Stephan. Second
Row: N. Kilgore, C. Skena, E.
Stover, R. Thompson, I. McAlpine,
B. Gebrosky, J. Cain.
Standing: Mr. Vollberg, J. McAl-
pine, S. Crooks, D. Marschik. Seated:
J. C. Cappa, E. Kovalcik, T. Miller
R. Larouere, J. Pfeifer, D. Cline, W
First Row: M. Evans, T. Rose, B.
Thomson, A. Dickey, M. Bergant,
K. Faulk, S. Keeler, M. Shero, D.
Kistler, L. Cikovic, M. Stairs, H.
Earll, M. Swank. M. Simons, A.
Watson, J. Cain, V. Campbell, M.
Nesbitt, B. Kistler. Second Row: N.
Daugherty, M. McAIpine, P. Sim-
mons, J. Clement, R. Cappa, G. Lott,
B. Ferrington, 0. Hartley, W. Mari-
ana, F. Rubright, M. Geiger, B.
Shaw, R. King, M. Swauger, J.
Marschik, J. Thomson, A. Dren-
jevich, P. Bowman, R. McDermott,
S. DeZanet, W. Rugh, .I. Eckels, D.
Metrosky. Third Row: Mrs. Ference,
H. Shaw, J. Pfeifer. S. Beswarick,
A. Schlenke, J. Miller, N. Kil-
gore, Anderson, B. Matesic, P.
Matthews, E. Kovalcik, B. Hill, W.
Bovard, Porterfield, A. Astorri,
D. Bush, D. Jones, R. Barrickman,
Front Row: B. Jones, A. Schake,
M. Bergant. A. Dickey, S. Stay-
mates, l. Fish, M. Lucas, L. Re-
maley, G. Elwood, H. Bebar, D.
Britz, W. Scott, C. .l. John, A. M.
Freseura, M. Mastorovieh, P. Smith,
B. Senchur. Back Row: Mrs. Fer-
ence, G. Bert. V. Kramer, M. L.
Wilson, R. Kemerer, S. Rogers, N.
Geiger, H. Cline, M. Geiger, M. Nes-
bitt, E. Schenmlel, R. King, B. Shaw,
C. Bush, J. Neptune, M. A. Mc-
Guigan, I. Weister, B. Clawson, J.
Kline, B. Matesic, N. Kilgore.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Standing: V. Campbell, J. Eckels
Mr. Gilmour, N. Daugherty, M
Geiger, B. Barrickman, P. Simmons
M. Swauger. Seated: B. Farrington
A. Astorri, S. DeZanet, M. Stairs, M
Bergant, R. King, S. Anderson, P
Matthews, R. Wertz.
Left First: R. Fish, C. Meyer
G. Elwood, N. Kilgore, S. Frisell
Left Second: S. Anderson, 0. Hart
ley, G. Hall, R. Hartman, T. Miller
W. Pass. Middle First: P. Good,
E. Murray, D. Jones, J. Schake.
Middle Second: B. Thompson, P.
Matthews, A. Schake. Standing: G.
Yant, G. Kilgore, A. Klavon, E. Ko
valcik, Mrs. Ference. Right First
K. Towle, G. Dunmyre, F. Kosmak
R. Cargnel, A. Astorri. Right Sec
ond: B. Brady, B. Clawson, J. An-
This year Paul Matthews represented Franklin at District Band at North Huntingdon. Our representative for
County Orchestra at Brentwood was Roger Thompson. D. Jones. G. Elwood. R. Hartman. 0. Hartley. C. Hall.
and P. Matthews participated in County Band.
The band concert held on the 29th of January in our own gym proved to he very successful.
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Left to Right: N. Krushinski, P.
Rubright, S. Kilgore, R. Smith, H
Rubright, Mrs. Ference, D. Stella
B. Broome, A. Mayer, K. Noca, M
Heaven, D. Swauger, R. DeBiase, F.
Heuvel, B. Whitehead, G. McGurk.
Step right up and see
Our sports review of '53
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Excellent on a one hand
push shot from th: slde
Very aggressne ball play
er M hls best when the
omg IS toughest
Sophomore up from the ,Ir
1 squad A rea
scrapper Hts hustlmg and
flghtmg splrlt won hum
many startlng assignments
as a sophomore
Guard 5 9
Sophomore 0 e of the
Sophomore letter man
squad s best rebound men
A natural ball player
Can shoot equally well
whose ablllty 15 constantly
wlth both hands Has Ire
lmprovmg Excellent ball
mendous natural ablllty
handler and playmaker
Should be one of Frank
lms all tnme greats
Senior wlth a great desire
to play hall Shoots a one
hand push shot well
Flrst year on the squad
Rapxdly lmprovmg One of
our best rebound men
Qenlor An unflinching
guard who really does ber
best for the team Faye a
weteran guard from last
year can be counted on
to mtmrcept the ball and
also get the rebounds She
can really cover the dis
tance on a bounce
Senior Becky 1S a sure
shot on either side of the
hoop bhe is known for
her sensatxonal long shots
With such basketball abil
lty she just cant help
being our htgh scorer in
GIRLS VARSITY "
Junior This IS Janets
first year as first string
guard Her height xs an
added advantage m Jump
ball situations as well as
ln getting rebounds We re
expecting to see her put
ln another good year for
the Girls Yarslty ln 53
Senior Shirley will b
mlssed tremendously next
year She plays excellent
pivot position feeding the
ball to Becky for some
sure points Beside thxs
sklllful maneuver she ts a
good shot on her own es
peclally with that one
hand loop shot
Junior Nancy p l a y e d
some fir-.t strung ba ketball
as year but has
we lopf tl into a reliable
play: r with more expert
ence She s a versatile
guard and a definite threat
to any forward who op
Junior Judy has played
splendid basketball on the
girls team for her first year
on the mam string Judy
can really dump ln the
poxnts at the essential time
from some almost unpos
sible positions Good luck
to you next year Judy'
Senior Has a good fast
ball and sharp curve One
of the best high school
pitchers in this district
Junior-This is Joe's first
year on the squad-Fine
fielder and hits a long
ball. Should be a great as-
set to the ball club.
Junior 2nd year on the
Junior 2nd year on the
squad Has developed in
to 8 GHC ICCCIVCI' A SlI'Ol'l
throwing arm is one of his
squad A hustlmg boy who
gives his best at all times
bemor lst year on the
quad Fine defensive ball
Sophomore-Frank is a
very fine fielder. He is
also lead-off man. This boy
is gifted with a great
amount of baseball in-
Left to Right: T. Revolt, B. Ce
brosky, W. Uhlig, F. Kosmack, A
Klavon, D. Jones, R. Urick, J
Liprando, J. Hixenbaugh. Standing
Front Row: B. Kistler, J. Miller,
S. Anderson, N. Kilgore, F. Ru-
bright. Standing: R. Cappag Man-
ager, A. Dickey, .I. Clement, G.
Yant, A. Santoriella, S. DeZanet, J.
Marschik, C. Smith, W. Scott, Mrs.
.I R. VARSITY
In Front: J. Thomson, J. Hixen-
baugh, D. Peterson, B. Thomas, K.
Kock. Standing: Mr. Cieslik, D.
Jones, A. Drynjevich, J. Liprando.
Seated: P. Elias, R. Wertz, G.
Kilgore, G. Restauri, M. Sinan, R.
Scott, J. Anderson, B. Rubright, J.
Cappa, D. Kidney. Standing: C.
Parker, J. DeCecco, M. Davis, R
DeBaise, Mr. Cieslik,
Top: D. Liprando, C. Skena, P.
Elias, C. Skena, M. Davis, C. Bryan,
E. Mares, D. Peterson, J. Bryan,
S. Smithbower, A. Cassol, M. Sinan,
R. Galetti, J. Hixenbaugh, J. Cappa.
Bottom: Mr. Cieslik, B. Gebrosky,
T. Revolt, B. Lapcevic, R. Thomp-
son, 1. Noca, E, Stover, B. Barrick-
man, F. Kosmack, J. Liprando, F.
Stuck, Mr. Kelley.
The Senior High Volleyball Team is comprised of students who have not participated to any great
extent in Varsity sports. Competition between local schools and a W.P.I.A.L. Tournament at Brad-
dock. Pa. comprise the scope of activities of the team.
The Junior High School Track Team is a member of The Little Seven Valley League. An annual
track meet is held at Trafford in May. The main purpose of the team is to develop a competitive
attitude and sportsman like conduct among the mimbers.
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fhrtlng wlth boys
pretty blue eyes
Uught I'0 Be
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be-ne Krupas successor
six feet tall
phys ed teacher
hot rod drlver
West vlrglllla Hlll Bully
Leonardo da Vtncxs successor
Arthur Murrays dance partner
owner of a peach cannery
owner of a restaurant
farmer s wlfe
whlte hatred grandma
presrdent s wlfe
mother of 10 klds
western ranch owner
P 0 D teacher
sax feet tall
Home Ec teacher
race track owner
Plam G teacher
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P1nky and B1ll
Paul and A
Rosalre and Do
Trace or Don
Andy or Faye
Jn or June
Jo and Andy
Pla1n G Book
1' avorzle Pastlme
loafmg at Lostell s
frxmg hrs Lhryslcr
golng to C reensburg
loaflnv at Franklln
danc1ng and sports
playmg jazzy records
danc1ng at lunch t1me
pestt rmg teachers
danc1ng and skat1ng
danc1ng and skatmg
bakmg and sewlng
bemg w1th Walter
golng w1th Don
dnvmg w1th Paul
wr1t1ng to Gordon
danc1ng and sports
learnmg to llI'lVE'
danc1ng and sports
tlI'lVll'lg and basketball
haung pajama partnes
actmg a fool
drnmg Wllll Don
horse back r1d1ng
loafmg 1n study hall
Remmrls We O!
Ju lf Brown
1 aesar Romero
Hopalong Ca s1dy
Denms the Nltnace
rllllf' the To1ler
Shlrley T1 mple
Judy f anova
My Fnend Irma
l' leanor Roosexelt
'Nly llttle Nldfglt'
Betty Ann Groves
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We the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and Hty-three of Franklin Township High School MUVVZYSUIUC flfnzsllgvznu?
having attained a soundness of mind, as well as body, having reached our last days tn Franklin Township lg C 00
so desire ta distribute our belongings in the following manner after our departure from this institution
I. To the School Board: our gratitude for the advantages they have willingly given us these past years
2. To Mr. Ellsworth: our sincere appreciation for the direction he has given us in all our difliculties
3. To Mr. Swacus: our thanks for his unfailing co-operation in all our activities.
4. To our sponsors, Mrs. Stephan and Mr. Gearhard: our gratitude for their untiring efforts to lead o
5. To the Juniors: the right to rule the school with an iron hand-and our following possessions
I, Anthony Astorri leave my levies to Helen Cline.
I, Shirley Anderson leave my tumbling ability to Neil Porterfield.
I, Bob Barrickman leave my baby blue Chrysler to Alice Haaz.
I, Tom Borland retain all my possessions. I'm a tightwad.
I, Margaret Bergant leave my ability to "get around" to Eva Mae Watt.
I, Lorraine Cikovic bequeath my ,short hair-dos to Marlene Marschik.
, Robert Cargnel will my ability to blow up chemistr ex eriments to Janet Primozrc
I, Pauline Bowman leave my love for engagement rings to Shirley Rogers.
I, Virginia Campbell grudgingly bequeath my laugh to Isibelle Fish.
I, Rosalie Cappa leave my artistic ability to Mary Lou Wilson.
I, ,lim Eberts leave my wad of gum under the desk in English class.
I, Albert Klavon bequeath my "canal barges" to Margaret Lucas.
I, Ed Kovalcik will my bass voice to Nancy Geiger.
I, Bill Lapcevic leave my false eye lashes to Dorothea Painter.
I, Don Liprando will my love for school to Alice Shuster.
I, Bob Marschik leave, but I'll be back for Wanda.
I, Tom Matesic bequeath my curling iron to George Hall.
I, Paul Matthews leave with Doris Kistler.
I, June Clement will my jitterbug routine to Sandra Beswarick.
I, Norma Daugherty leave my love for convertibles to Carol Bush.
I, Sylvia DeZanet bequeath my place in the National Honor Society to Don Bovard
I, Alene Dickey will my love for domestic duties to Shirley Staymates.
I, Helen Earll leave my freckles to Nancy Kilgore.
I, ,Ieanette Eckels leave my sweaters to ,I im Bruggeman.
I, ,lack McAIpine bequeath my ability to become president to Don Kline.
I, Kay Faulk leave my cute little wink to Delores Britz.
We, Mary Evans and Rich Urick leave the top bleacher to Carl and Anna Marie.
I, Bill Moore leave my reputation as class clown to Clara I ean John.
I, Betty Ferrington leave to marry Don.
I, Harold Moose will my ornery ways to Alice Schlenke.
I, Miriam Geiger bequeath my curly black hair to .I ack Lutz.
I, Wayne Rugh leave my automobile insurance to Bill Hill.
I, Shirley Keeler leave my knack for losing a ring to Mary Ann McGuigan.
I, Lonnie Shannon leave my precious jewel to George Dunmyre.
I, Glenn Tomer will my Toni Home Permanent to Bill Mariana.
I, Ruby King leave my success as an actress to .Iune Kline.
I, Becky Kistler leave in my Chevy.
I, Don Watt bequeath my forty winks in Sales class to Barbara Matesic.
I, Grace Lott leave the whole school to posterity.
I, Ray Wertz leave my fatal charm for women to Gary Restauri.
I, Josephine Marschik leave my position at Murphy's to Bonnie Clawson.
I, Rose Marie McDermott bequeath my sophisticated ways to Janet Neptune.
I, Marjorie McAlpine will my ambition to become a nurse to Harold Watt.
I, Virginia McGurk leave my boisterous personality to Richard Smith.
I, Marilyn Nesbitt leave my thirst for knowledge to Marjorie Howard.
I, Delores Metrosky leave-period.
I, Dicksie Noel bequeath my shortness to Mickey McKim.
I, Thelma Rose leave my place as a cheerleader to Paul Simpson who will become captain
I, Fay Rubright leave my position as a guard to Teddy Haaz who will be the star of next years girls team
I, Nancy Ryckman leave my purse to Olin Hartley.
I, Margaret Swank will my ability to tell jokes to Adele Watson.
I, Margaret Swauger leave my horn-rimmed glasses to Adam Cassol.
I, Barbara Thomson leave the "p" that should be in my name to Roger Thompson
I. Irene Weister leave my red hair to Patty Smith.
I, Bertha Shaw bequeath my love for the South to Donald Kemerer.
I, Mary Shero will my ability to become engaged to Gail Bert.
I, Marian Simons leave one blue eye to Bonnie and the other to Patty Senchur.
I, Peggy Simmons leave for Russia with Mr. McCauley.
I, Margaret Stairs leave the last part of my name to the school to he used on the hill to the field
I, Rosemarie Stamm bequeath my colored socks to Sam Crooks.
Signed, sealed, published, and declared as and for our lust will and testarnent, in the presence of us who at the
request and in the presence of one another, have subscribed our names hereto as witnesses on the day and year last aforesaid
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h of you Semor of Murrwulle H1 h School
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at H118 memorable occa lon of your raduatlon
and xnsh each of xou tht bet of luck ln your
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