Freeport Area High School - Freeportian Yearbook (Freeport, PA)
- Class of 1953
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DEGREE: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, MAS-
TER OF EDUCATION
ATTENDED: INDIANA STATE TEACHERS
COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF PITTS-
TEACHING: PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY,
THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE
DEDICATES THEIR EDITION OF THE FREEPORTIAN.
THIS IS THE LEAST WE CAN DO TO REPAY YOU FOR
THE GUIDANCE, PATIENCE, AND UNDERSTAND-
ING YOU HAVE GIVEN US.
By the Allegheny flowing
Stands our dear old Freeport High School.
Here let your voices sing with fervor
The praise which she deserves from you.
Then hold aloft her gleaming banners
The royal blue and gold so true,
And let your hearts be loyal ever
Hail Alma Mater, Hail to You!
You, her worthy sons and daughters
Live to carry on her fameg
Lead well for others that will follow
So honor we all bring her name.
Then hold forever dear and sacred
The memiries of dear old Freeport High School
As graduates you leave sing ever
Hail Alma Mater, Hail to Youl
51, if., 5z..f..,f, of 34 A A 3
Once again, it is spring and time for the publication of the
Freeportian-our high school yearbook. It is a privilege to use its
pages to greet you and to express a few thoughts which I hope may
be helpful in the days to come.
From the greatest book ever written come these words: "Wis-
dom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom: and with all thy
getting get understanding." Here in these simple words is your
objective as a student. Are you accomplishing it?
It has been said that experience is the best teacher. That is
wrong. It is costly, it is wasteful. Man's progress is in proportion
to his ability to profit by the experience of all those who have gone
before him. So history is one of our greatest teachers. From the
records of the past you have the opportunity to acquire the wisdom
of the ages. That is the reason you have been studying languages,
reading, writing, geography, mathematics, science, and so on. But
as you are doing, so did your fathers, and your fathers, fathers. All
acquired a certain amount of wisdom. But what of understanding?
Within recent months we have witnessed further development
of the most powerful weapons of the destruction man has et de-
vised. This took a vast amount of wisdom, scientific knowledge, too
complicated and complex for most of us to comprehend. Yet, we
have not the understanding to put this wisdom to peaceful ends.
With all our getting, we-your elders-did not get understanding.
So, if you are a senior about to graduate or if you are an under-
classman who will return to your books next fall, I hope you have
and will acquire still more facts, knowledge, wisdom. Yet, with it all.
may you get understanding-understanding not only of the laws of
nature, of the events of history, but understanding of the moral and
spiritual values which give directions and meaning to all your
wisdom. Your success in this regard will determine the kind of world
in which you live.
May each of you have a pleasant, profitable summer!
F. LEE MYERS
Olgflfer fo fire cgzniom
The earning of a high school diploma is an accomplishment of
which you can be justly proud. Its value will depend, however, upon
the quantity and quality of education which it represents, as well as
upon your future efforts to put your talents to work for the better-
ment of mankind. Although they are alike in size, shape, and word-
ing, no two 'diplomas will prove to be of identical value.
You cannot live again the twelve years just past in order to pro-
Ht from the educational opportunities which were yours. Neverthe-
less you can resolve to devote the next fifty years to a twofold
purpose, the increase of wisdom and the promotion of virtue. I
know of nothing more likely to guarantee a happy and useful life
than Christian ideals that have stood the test of centuries, while
countless fads, theories, and interpretations have blossomed and
quickly withered away, and their adherents have lived an-d died in
the utmost poverty.
"It is not by man,s purse, but by his character, that he is rich
or poor." A penny will hide the biggest star in the universe if you
hold it close enough to your eye.
May the years ahead find you truly wealthy.
High School Principal
Mara! of glcfucafion
Row One: Mr. W. D. Koehler, Mr. G. Hill, Mr. D. E. Taylor, Mr. F. I... Myers, Mr. H. R. Hut-y
Row Two: Mr. P. R. Hoover, Mr. VV. C. Wicgund, Mr. C. Thompson, Mr. ll. Frampton, Mr. YV
Row Three: Mr. F. Herold, Mr. D. Patton, Mr. R. Fry, Mr. C. Dininger, Mr. R. Gardner.
Missing from picture: Mr. ll. Must, Mrs. M. Cosst-r.
MRS. MARGARET GOSSER
Mr. Myers' secretary. Who else
could stand tl hundred interruptions
ai day? SL-crvtalry for the- Board of
MISS ALBERTA REZAK
There are very few students who lmvc
not roccivecl he-lp from "Birdie" in
some way. Mr. Buslfs secretary.
Raymond M. Alsnauer-Hails from
Pittsburgh and attended California
State Teachers, and University of
Pittsburgh. Now teaching Industrial
John Bohichik-Has a B.S. degree
from the University of Pittsburgh. He
comes to us from Slickville, Pa. Now
Carolyn S. Boyd-Comes from Mer-
cer, Pa. Attended Grove City Col-
lege. Now teaching Jr. High Litera-
ture and Speech.
Bruce H. Briggs-Comes to us from
Bellwood, Pa. He attended juniata
College and Penn State. Now teaches
Morris E. Carlson'-Hails from Free-
port. He attended the University of
Pittsburgh and Indiana State Teach-
-ers College. He is now teaching
Physics, Chemistry, and General Sci-
I. Allen Curry-Comes from Punxsu-
tawney, Pa. He received his B.S.
Degree from Indiana State College.
He teaches World History and Unit-
ed States History.
De Maris Eberhart-Hails from Sli-
go, Pa. Attended Indiana State
Teachers College. She teaches Gen-
eral Business, Bookkeeping, Typing
and Seventh Grade Geography.
Helen S. Gales-Resides in Freeport
She received her A.B. and M.A dt
grees at Wilson College and Univtr
sity of Pittsburgh. She is Guidant:
Counselor and has charge of girls ab
sences. She teaches High-school
Grace Johnston-Hails from Sarver.
She attended Theil where she receiv-
ed her A.B. degree. She is now teach-
ing English. Sponsor of the Senior
Tri Hi Y and Student council.
William 1. Karl-Comes to us from
Shippenville. Attended Clarion State
Teachers, Michigan State and Co-
lumbia University. He teaches Sopho-
more and Junior English. Director
of the junior Play. Takes care of
john B. Karrs--Hails from Arnold.
Attended Duquesne University. Now
teaching Health and Physical Ed.
Patricia 1. Leyde-Hails from New
Castle. Attended Edinboro College
where she received her B.S. degree.
She teaches Art.
john F. Masirik-Comes from Natro-
na Heights. Has' a B.S. degree from
the University of Pittsburgh, Teaches
History. Assistant Coach.
Mary N. Mauro-Comes to us from
Tarentuin. Has a B. A. degree from
Westminster College. She teaches
Typing, and shorthand. Advises the
janet E. McGinnis-Comes from
Greenville, Pa. Attended Theil Col-
lege and Penn State. She teaches
French, English and Literature.
Helen M. Mihalco-Hails from Dono-
ra, Pa. Attended Indiana State Teach-
ers College and Columbia University.
Teaches Home Economics.
Helen Miller-Claims Sarver as her
home town. Attended Slippery Rock
State Teachers Colege. Teaches
Health and Physical Ed. Advises
Cheerleaders and G.A.A.
Eleanor 0'Bryan--Hails from Saxon-
burg. Attended University of Pitts-
burgh. Ninth Grade Tri-Hi-Y ad-
visor. Teaches Latin and English.
Row Marie Pompe-One of our new
tt-aeln-rs this year. Home is in Hus-
selton, Pa. Attended Indiana State
Teacliers College. Teaches Home
John B. Ray-Comes to us from In-
diana, Pa. Attended Indiana State
College. Teaches Geography. Also
a new teacher,
Elizabeth H. Shaffer-Hails from
Tan-ntuni, Pa. Attended West Ches-
ter State Teachers College and North-
western University. Now teaching
Elaine Sturial-Comes from Indiana,
Pa. Attended Indiana State Teachers
College. Teachers T ping, Sales.
Conlid, Business Matli and Law.
Paul H. Tearc-llails from Green-
ville, Pa. Attended Penn State Col-
lege. Teaches hand and orchestra.
Elizabeth Tumer-Makes her home
in Freeport. Attended Allegheny,
Penn State, Pitt, and Columbia Uni-
versity. Teaches English.
Mary Kay Vorko-Claims Freeport as
her home town. Attended Clarion
State College. Received her B.S. de-
gree in Library Science.
Lavern Woodrow-Ilails from Tar-
entum, Pa. Attended Clarion State
College and Cornell University.
Teaches Biology and General Sci-
Kathryn Yurchich-llails from Mon-
essen. Attended Grove City College.
Teaches Algebra, General Math and
grade eight aritlnnetic.
Bcmice Craig-Our school nurse. At-
tended Columbia School ol' Nursing.
and Indiana State Teachers College.
Vice President of class. Spencls his spart
time on his hot-rod and with Joyce. In both Ir.
and Sr. plays.
endow 6764515 QMCQP6
Charles W. McCl0wry
Lefty Buffalo Twp.
President of class his Jr. and Sr. year. Seen
with Herb, P. -I. and Butch. A Heartbreaker
in the jr. and Sr. plays. Likes baseball and
girls. Known to take lite easy .
Dorothy M. McWhinney
Dot Allegheny Twp.
Secretary of the Sr. class. Likes to read,
and go to football games. One of our Honor
students. Mr. Marshallls right hand girl. Al-
ways seen with june.
Marcus H. Hartley
Patty M. Shaffer
Pat Allegheny Twp.
Treasurer of the Sr. class. Blue eyes and
blond hair earned Patty the title of best look-
ing girl in the class. Drives the family Mer-
cury. Active in Tri-Hi-Y and chorus.
john W. Acrc
cc' South liullalo
Iohn will always hc-
m-nihcrvd as tht- "cop"
tht' St-nior Play. Prvs-
-ut of 107. Likcs hunt-
: and a good fast has-
This quivt hoy spvnds
ist of his tiuw ou his
tl's farm. lim-vc-ivs-cl
'll-varnocl titlt- of thi'
ist hashful boy in thi-
William H. Anthony
Bill Shradt-r's Crow
Bashlul Bill from 111
plau-s foothall and hunt-
ing as his favoritm-s.
Ruth C. Bachman
Bcst dancer in the
Senior Class. Puts Maxx-,
a hlondc sailor on the-
top of her list. Works at
the hospital. Likvs foot-
hall gauws. C.A.A. Var-
sity. llc-r favoritt- class
Helen L. Baker
Sln'advi"s Crm 1-
llt-lcns iuaun plan is
to marry johnny attvr
graduation. Lovvs pota-
to chips. llcr hohhy is
sowing and shi- likvs has-
lcvthall gauivs. S01-u with
Bvvcrly and Sylvia.
Glenn C. Bargerstoclc
'l'all and hloud. Lilivs
tonthall hvst, thvn hunt-
i n 91 a n tl husk:-thall.
Drive-s a grcvn Ford
truck with "bloc" on thc
front. Mr. Karr's snake.
Nancy j. Berg
l'i'i'sidt'nt of tht' Svu-
ior Tri-lli-Y, Yvllow-
int-kt-t, Fri-cportian stafli.
Lilu-s popular in u s i c ,
hast-hall and swinuning.
Ambition is to ho a pilot,
llopt-s to go to 1.-ollc-gt:
jane A. Bowden
C.A.A., varsity. girls
t'llSt'Illlllt'. L i li 0 s a l l
sports. Drives hcr dadis
Pontiac. Sc-vu with Lois.
Active iu Tri-lli-Y for
Rodney I.. Burcs
law' South Buffalo
Lt-v only spcnt half
the days with us our svn-
ior yt-ar, thc other half
hc workt-cl in his dad's
garagc. Likc-s cars and
ioothall gauivs. Nvat
Robert B. Camerlo
Prvsidvnt of thc Stu-
dt-nt Count-il. Drives his
dads big Packard, most-
ly toward Sarvvr. A hig
Rona-o, hut true to jan-
vt. Big hit in -Ir. and
Manager of the C.A.A.
varsity team, color guard,
likes to skate, girls cn-
semble, active in Tri-Hi-
Y. Prefers blonds called
Phillip D. Coffin
Phil Iron Bridge
Most likely to succeed.
Left us his Ir. year, but
returned for this year.
Spends his time reading,
writing to Dawn, and
caring for his horse.
Voted most athletic.
Likes to read good sports
books. Quite a heart-
Donald R. Coward
and football are prefer-
red by this tall blonde
center of the football
team. Donis habit is be-
ing late to homeroom.
james L. Cramer
Most studious. Ma
ager of the football tea
Vice-president of t
Student Council la
year. Patrolman, pre
dent of the Senior Hi
and Y Council.
Herbert A. Cunningham
A master at the art of
bluffing. Patrolman his
Ir. year. President of the
elass his freshman year.
A big part of the basket-
ball team for four years.
Donna M. Dean
Sometimes called 'iSun-
s h i n e ' ' Ycllowjacket,
Likes football. Seen with
Donnie or Marge. Wears
Voted most athletic.
Girls ensemble. Seen
with Della. Everyoneis
frien-d. Works at Cam-
Came to us in her sen-
ior year.-Has a friendly
smile for everyone.
Sherwin G. Doughert
Doe Slate Li
A blond crewcut is Do
trademark. Likes to hu
Plays baseball for F.
H. S. and Slate Licl-
lilizaheth j. Easley
Betty South linllalo
ionalclj. Dougherty Belly likes to roller-
.H 'vnu skate at klllkllllllllg. Seen
I ' Q I 1 with IDt-Inn-s anti ltnth.
.on's llauyritq- Q-lugs is Lilies the Navy ancl Tue-
lylmll anrl snenils his k"r'
re tinie talking or
ing. Likes hast-hall
Fred C. Friteh
Qnows all ahont larin- Donald L, Carris
Dl'iY"S il llltl ri-fl Don Sln'atler's Grove
'k. Cant say that he Q
teaeher's pet. Lilies Caine here iroin llar-
sports. Playetl loot- hraek his senior year.
, Nlr. Carlsoifs I' li y s i e s
hrain. Likes to argue on
a lirienclly hasis. Likes
hast-hall. lli-Y ineinher.
Marion L. Filer
lloney Allegheny Twp
lloney loves the game
ot lootliall ancl every-
thing that goes with it
Aetive in Tri-lli-Y. Eat-
ing is one ot her pas-
times. Seen with Na
Iioyes to clanee.
Beverly 1. Flemming
Beverly hails from 111.
Small ancl well clressetl.
Tri-lli-Y. llas a sparlfler
on her It-it hand. X el-
low hlaeliet. Seen with
Delores V. Frain
Delores is yery neat.
.-Xnotlier girl with that
important cliainond. Seen
with Beverly antl Betty.
Plans to marry johnny
Connie M. Censbigler
of the Sr. Tri-lli-Y. Yel-
low ulaeliet, C.A.A., Free-
portian. One of Mnrpliyfs
harcl working girls. llas
tiine for Chneli only.
Carefree C e o r ig e .
Youngest in the elass.
Gives tent-lu-rs a rough
time in stncly liall.
Frecleriek J. Hamilton
C0-Captain of tht-
ioothall team. Mayor of
Boggsyille. President of
Class his sophomore year.
Going to eollege.
Reports to room 107.
Loves to eat. Interested
Mary E. Hartman
Mary Etta McVille
Has pretty dark red
curly hair. Big interest
is a soldier. Likes spa-
M. Naomi Hartman
A bouncing varsity
cheerleader. Has a big
smile for everyone. Likes
all sports. G.A.A., Tri-
Likes baseball, swim-
ming and typing. Seen
with Sylvia and Billie.
Member of the Tri-Hi-Y,
G.A.A., Freeportian Staff,
Nancy J. Hill
Lover South BuHz
Favorite subject is
D. Guard on G.A.
V a r s i t y. Yellowjack
n ig mi
manager of r 1 z '
man, Freeportian Staff
L. Dane Hoak
Dane South Buffalo
A dark quiet guy. hails
from 111. Claims hunt-
ing, fishing and eating
are his favorites. He al-
so enjoys a good loucl'
Lois M. Hotham
Always wears some-
thing tricky. Loves to
dance. Spencls time writ-
ing letters. Cow-boys a
big Buick. Tri-Hi-Y,
Bob Buffalo Twp.
Interested in s h 0 p
work. Active member of
the stage crew. Plans on
D. Glenn Hutton
Glenn South Buffalo
Glen is a real honor
student. Math anid sci-
ence are bis major inter-
ests. Likes basketball and
hunting. Plans to be an
Billie J. Isenberg
Hails from the isla
Likes football and da
ing. Active in Tri-Hi-
and Freeportian Sta
Seen with Peg.
Roger P. jack
Really earned the title
hest dressed hoy in
' Senior elass. Drives
umroun lfond. Tootie
his Inig uiunient. Likes
hunt. Seen with llc-rh.
'fly and Butch.
iurah M. Klingensmith
Sally is usually seen
th Lois. Likes to
'inn and dance. -Enjoys
lil'llilll1 a good football
llead typist for the
Yellowiaeket and Free-
uortian. Plays the piano.
Likes dancing and all
sports. Peppy cheer-
Donald C. Keener
Shiney Slate Liek
flood looking, full of
fun, shy?? Plays hase-
ball, likes swimming at
Buggsville. Comes from
113, plans to retire.
Likes to eat and sleep.
A certain sophomore
hlond holds his interest.
Seen with Curly. An un-
fortunate accident kept
him from sports, hut he
was a fine manager.
Do Do Freeport
Varsity cheerleader for
three years. Likes a
green truck with "joe"
on the front-also the
driver. G.A.A. varsity,
Secretary of the senior
Janet I. Kronberg
A little miss with pret-
ty lmlaek hair. Seen with
Gerry. Likes foothall
and lmaskethall games.
Plans to he a secretary.
Harold C. Kunkle
President of the Dra-
uiatie Cluh. Meniher of
the Senior play east.
Plays the aeeordian. llas
fl cute smile.
john T. Leach
Baseball, h o e k c y ,
swimming and iee-skat-
ing are his favorites. One
of Mrs. Cales whiz stu-
dents. Soda jerk at
Theresa M. Lepkowski
Secretary of the Stu-
dent Couneil. Most pop-
ular girl in the senior
class. A future nurse.
C. A. A. varsity, Girls
Can really toot that
big horn. Mr. Carlsonis
Hmadu chemist. Likes to
Sonny South Buffalo
Redhcadcd girls and
eating top his list. Quite
a talker. Favorite class
is study hall.
Likes to sing. Girls en-
semble. Seen with Janet.
"Babs,' in the junior
Lists roller skating at
Kittauning, and Garry
as hier main interest. Of-
tcn can be seen in the
typing room. Plans to
be a secretary.
four years. Loves
dance. Has no deli
plans for the future. C
rus member. A go-get
to put anything over.
Priscilla M. McKee
Always good for a
laugh. Plans to be a
nurse. Likes good food.
Likes all sports. Voted
Sylvia A. Maradei
G.A.A. varsity, irls en-
semble. Yellowjacicet and
Freeportian staff. Plans
to be a nurse. Prompter
for Jr. and Sr. plays.
Myrtle A. Mason
Bindie's right hand girl.
Always makes a nice ap-
pearance. C. A. A. var-
Donald C. Mast
Peter Brown S. Buffalo
Sports Editor of the
Yellowjacket. P r e fe r s
chicken Knot foodj. A
mainstay on the football
Lois A. Miller
Lois is a quiet gi
Likes all sports. L0
to read and listen to po
ular music. Works in
restaurant at Wein
Helen J. Morgan
,ikes sports, eating,
fs. Chorus nu-lnher.
,nk the Home licono-
Joanne M. Rhoacles
A very quiet and seri-
s girl. Lives on Hulla-
Street. llas insult- re-
ion her lift- work,
ins to start attending
lentown Bible College
Margcrite L. Pesci
llas beautiful natural-
ly curly hair, Editor of
the Yellow-jacket. Neat
dresser. Frivntl to all.
Viola M. Poling
Typing, reatcling, mu-
sic, baseball, and resting
are Viola s main interest.
l"loycl's main interest
is a certain sophomore
eutie, works at Dever-
aux. reads a lot of libra-
ry hooks. Drives his sis-
ter's shiny Chevy.
John P. Ruflner
One of Li-els soda
ierks. Two year letter-
man in football. Seen
with Beans. Secretary
of 111. Prefers the Mu-
Della T. Ravotti
Del B. I.
Making money is Del's
main interest. Works at
Camerlo's. Always re-
membered as Pendie in
the senior play. Girls en-
s e m b l e , Yellowjacket,
Freeportian, C. A. A.
James P. Busz
,lim South Buffalo
Vice-President of room
111. Claims gym as his
favorite subject-a wo-
man hater-Likes hunt-
ing. Likes basketball and
E. Gale Reed
Blames his being late
on his long walks from
Mr. Alsnauer's helper.
Sylvia I. Sarver
A girl of many activi-
ties-ballet, oil painting,
voice, violin. Seen with
Beverly and Helen.
Donald R. Sarver
A hot-rod driver. Plans
to get married after
graduation. Seen with
Bob. Spends most of his
day in the shop.
Marjorie V. Shaffer
Margie Allegheny Twp.
One of Ralph Kiners
many Pans. Likes the
boys from Leeehhurg.
Member of the band. Al-
ways seen with Pat and
George F. Simpson
Right tackle on the
football team. Baseball
player. Varsity c l u b
member. Patty is his
John F. Singer
Voted best looking boy
in the senior class. Var-
ity basketball. Real bash-
ful? Football manager.
M id ge Ekasto
Voted best dressed gi
in the senior class. M
jorette two years. Pla
to get married after gra
Chester A. Smith
Butch B. I.
A big wheel from B. J.
vlain interest is Gerry.
'resident of 111. Vice
Jresiident of class his jun-
Edwin K. Spangler
This big quiet guy
likes to watch both bas-
ketball and football .
Claims a big interest in
Ford City. Secretary of
the senior sportsman
Richard L. Stivason
Dick Shraderis Grove
Freeportian Staff, pa-
trolman, Hi-Y, plays the
big bass drum in the
hand. Has a line tenor
voice that will take him
far. Loves to dance.
Rusty Shraderis Grove
blond hair. Majorette.
Likes to sing. Always
seen with Turk.
Kenneth A. Stoyer
Can be found in tl
Sllllp UI' lllllsllf l'UUnl.
big part of the bass se
tion. Likes all sport
A camera fan.
Donald M. Swank
llolwri ll. Such llunting anml swimming
arc his fayoritc- pastiins-s.
Loft for thx- army in Di--
Co-vaplain of thi- loot- L'4'IlllN'l'.
ll lm-am. 'l'hri-v yvzn'
lC'l'lllillI. Nh-nilwr ol'
m- varsity m-huh. Plans to
i to vollvgv. ll1lSliIlN'
Patricia A. Thorpc
A nmnlwr om- honor
stncli-nt-lCclitor of thi-
Frc-osportian, Girls vn-
svinlmlv. lla-r main intvr-
vst is l,vnnii'.
Harry A. Toy
limi Sraclvrs Grou-
Votvcl lwst clancvr. Can
rvally malw his sax laik.
Dom-s c-qnally wi-ll at
whistling. A rval pro in
this -Ir. anal Sr. plays.
Carol H. Vcnlurini
only Mrs. in thu
class. Carroll can
wait to lu-conu-
4 rl Frm-1-port
Scrappy me-mln-r of thi' Paul 1. Wilson
lrsity loothall anal has- llmim- Slmuh.,-5 Umm.
lhall ti-ams. Varsity '
inh. Always has somv- llis music- will taki-
nng to say. him far. Tall ancl li-an.
Quivt, llllt a frivncl to all.
Loyvs to cat, and talk
in study halls. Bnsinc-ss
managi-r of the scnior
sportsman 1-luTm. Pool
We the Senior Class of nineteen hundred
and fifty-three, residing in and around the
metropolis of Freeport and being of disinte-
grating mind and body do hereby declare this
to be our last will and testament. Being pos-
sessed with an abundance of unusual gifts
which can be very useful to those who will
try to fill our honorable places, we will now
bestow to those less fortunate than we, these
1. To the Junior class we leave the almost
impossible task of measuring up to this Senior
2. To the faculty we leave our thanks for
their efforts in trying to make useful citizens
3. We leave our thanks to Mrs. Vorko for
the time and effort she has put forth in put-
ting out the F reeportian.
4. Each Senior wills the following:
john Acre leaves his role as policeman in the
Senior Play to Lee Mason.
William Anthony leaves his guard position on
the football team to Bill Sikora.
Ruth Bachman wills her dancing ability to
Helen Baker leaves her position as typist on
the Yellowjacket to someone capable of it.
Glenn Bargerstock leaves his position as cen-
ter on the basketball team to Dick Heil-
Nancv Berg leaves her cleverness to her sister
Lloyd Bastin leaves his bashfulness to Doro-
Rodney Bures leaves his baby blue eyes to
jane Bowden leaves and takes her love prob-
lems with her.
Robert Camerlo leaves his job as Student
Council President to an ambitious junior.
Beatrice Clark leaves her love for Winfield to
Philip Coffin leaves his good looks to Earl
Charles Costantino wills his athletic ability to
Donald Coward leaves his center position on
the football team to Lee Risch.
James Cramer leaves, a sigh of relief from
Herbert Cunningham leaves his smooth line
to Bob McLaughlin.
Donna Dean leaves her cute smile to Helen
Catherine Dempster leaves her athletic ability
to Sue Lloyd.
Marianna Donaldson leaves after spending
only a year with us.
Donald Dougherty leaves 113 never to re-
Sherwin Dougherty leaves the nickname of
Doc to Bob Noble.
Betty Easley leaves her cuteness to Rowena
Delores F rain leaves her perfect attendance
to Floyce Clevenger.
Beverly Fleming leaves her shorthand ability
to Evelyn Sobolak.
Marian Filer leaves her admiration for foot-
ball players to Don Rue Huff.
Fred Fritch wills his devilishness to Richard
Donald Garris leaves his love to the under-
Connie Gensbigler leaves her place as patrol-
man to Anna Mae Rieck
Dane Hoak wills his quietness to Barbara
George Hackl leaves his love for teasing others
to Robert Coffman.
Marcus Hartley leaves his car to Don Fleck
Fred Hamilton leaves his football ability to
Eleanor Hartman leaves and takes her love
for Cos with her.
Mary Etta Hartman leaves her naturally curly
hair to Tootie Porter.
Naomi Hartman leaves her place as cheer-
leader to anyone capable of filling it.
Margaret Henry leaves her helpfulness to
Nancy Hill leaves her many friends.
Lois Hotham leaves the Chevy to Barbara.
Robert Hughes leaves to get married.
Glenn Hutton leaves his love for math to
Billie Isenberg leaves her love for school to
her brother Tom.
Marilyn Jack leaves her cheerleader uniform
to Rhonda Hartley.
Roger Jack leaves and wants to take Tootie
Eugene Kennedy leaves his job as manager of
the football team to Duane Stepp.
Delores Kilgore leaves her nice clothes to Rose
Sally Klingensmith leaves her daily bus ride to
Janet Kronberg wills her black hair to Janet
Harold Kunkle leaves his drums to Joyce Chiesa.
Terry Leech leaves his hunting ability to How-
Theresa Lepkowski leaves her popularity to Bet-
Kenneth Locke leaves his standing in the band
to Lawrence Singleton.
Sylvia Maradei leaves her friendliness to Theresa
Cernaldine Macurdy leaves her daintiness to
Ann Mason leaves her good nature to Pat Bow-
Donald Mast leaves his brains to Stanley Smith.
Clarence McAnnich leaves his neatness to Albert
Charles McClowry leaves his popularity to Bob
Marilyn McGuire leaves her love for skating
to June Long.
Nancy McKee leaves her red hair to Chicken
Priscilla McKee leaves her vocal ability to Sylvia
Dorothy McWhinney leaves her lab equipment
to her sister Evelyn if she can glue the pieces
Lois Miller leaves her shyness to Velma Jane
Helen Morgan wills her cooking ability to Sue
Marguerite Pesci wills her beautiful hair to Rose
Viola Poling leaves her tinyness to Marianne
Della Ravotti appoints Dorothy Babinsack as the
heir to her part in the Senior play.
Cale Reed leaves his shop ability to Evertt Knap-
Joanne Rhodes leaves to further her education.
Floyd Ross leaves - sigh of relief from Miss
Patrick Ruffner, leaves his flashy sweaters to
James Rusz wills his nice clothes to John Shoop.
Donald Sarver appoints Roger Fry as his suc-
cessor as manager of the stage crew.
Sylvia Sarver leaves her violin to William Hill.
Marjorie Shaffer leaves her blond hair to Pat
Pat Shaffer and George Simpson leave their place
in the halls to Donna Rue Huff and Jack
John Singer leaves his witty remarks to Gary
Chester Smith leaves the name Muskrat to Bill
Mildred Smith wills her neatness to Helen
Edwin Spangler leaves his ability to type to
Richard Stivanson leaves his gentlemanly ways
to Melvin Wachter.
Eleanor Stokes leaves her gold head majorette
plume to Pat Huth.
Arol Stoyer leaves his teeth to Cummy McGuire.
Robert Such leaves his Ipana smile to Jack Dol-
Don Swank leaves to join the army.
Patricia Thorpe leaves her job as editor of the
Freeportian to Lois Ebig.
Harry Toy leaves his saxophone to Sandy Stitt.
Carol Venturini leaves to join Ronnie.
Paul Wilson leaves his trumpet playing ability
to Jerry Spindler.
Jack White leaves his position on the basketball
team to Kent Hall.
Bob Younkins leaves his love for Chemistry to
TIIICIHCSA LHPKOXVSKI HUTII BACHNIAN
CIIARLES Mn-Cl,0YVIU' HARRY TOY
,IANIICS CRANIICIR CATIIIQISINIC lJHMPS'l'lCli
NANCY Hllll. CHARLICS CUNSTANTINU
XIII IJIHCD SXII I ll I'liIfIll.l..X Nlrlxll
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IUIIN HlXflIi IIOXD ISKSIIN
IIIII lOl I IN
Kfcwfi Hop ec?
Consider yourself a member of the class of
1953 coming back to Freeport after a twenty
year absence. Our Cadillac zooms past BOB
CAMERLO'S store where DELLA RAVOT-
TI and CATHERINE DEMPSTER are his
efficient secretaries. Across the highway we
see FLOYD ROSS trying to peddle his new
1978 Chevy Rockets. As we pass CLARKS,
we see BEE hanging out the wash. We stop
to chat with her for a while and we find that
RICHARD STIVASON is singing at the Copa
club this week and that GEORGE SIMPSON
and the former PATTY SHAF F ER have week
old twin girls. Further on up the street we
pass IIM CRAMER'S ice cream truck. We
turn down fourth street and notice that LOIS
HOTHAM has just returned from a buyers
trip to Europe. We stop and gaze at dear
old F. A. H. S. BOB HUGHES and GALE
REED have done a good job at remodeling
the place. We decide to go in and visit
awhile. We stop and talk with JOHN ACRE,
the new superintendent. We are surprised to
learn that some of our former classmates are
now on the faculty. DOROTHY MCWHIN-
NEY, librarian, NANCY HILL, girls, physi-
cal ed., BOB SUCH, boys, physical ed., CON-
NIE GENSBIGLER, senior English, MARI-
LYN IACK, typing teacher, MARILYN Mc-
GUIRE, office practice teacher. ANN MASON
is now secretary to FRED FRITCH, princi-
pal. A sudden explosion sends us hurrying
to the chemistry room where PROFESSOR
KENNETH LOCKE has been trying out
some new experiments. We notice that time
is growing short, so we say a hurried ugoodbyv
to MISS DOLLY LEPKOWSKI, secretary of
the school. From all this talking our throats
are parched, so we travel to TERRY LEACH,S
drug store for a soda. He is so glad to see us
that he gives us one on the house. With the
soda we enjoy a bag of GLENN BARGER-
STOCK 61 CO. potato chips. CCould it be
DODO KILGORE that peals these potatoes?J
We splurge on a nickle for the jukebox and
hear BUD TOY,S arrangement of "Take Me
To The Moon Babyf, featuring GIGS McKEE
as vocalist. PAT RUF F NEB, head pharma-
cist, informs us that AROL STOYER is per-
forming at the Civic Light Opera Co. this
week. LEF TY MCCLOWRY, our honorable
mayor, comes in for his free tutifruite. A
crash from the street causes us to rush out in
time 'to see IACK WHITE'S appliance truck
back into CHESTER SMITH'S bus. Chief of
Police CLARANCE McANINCH escorts them
both down to lawyer EUGENE KENEDY'S
office. We take ROBERT YOUNKINS' taxi
and speed down to PAT THORPE,S house
where a meeting of the town council is going
on. They have banded together to discuss a
meeting of the possibility of plastic side-walks.
Various towns-people are also present. PEG
PESCI, editor of the Freeport Journal, HAR-
OLD KUNKLE, manager of our up and com-
ing Five or Ten, SYLVIA MARADIE, Presi-
dent of the Ladies Aid Society, ROGER JACK,
M.D. and his assistant MARGARET HENRY.
To help make their plan successful, we take
them to see PHILIP COFF IN, president of
the Old Freeport Bank. He offers to give
them a special loan. He hands the keys to the
vault to his secretary JANET KRONBERG.
Not to be out-done, GLENN HUTTON presi-
dent of the New Freeport Bank gives us a
loan also. In front of the bank is an armored
car with DON GARRIS in the driver's seat.
We knew he would be in the money. We
cross the street to Deanies Beanery where
DONNA DEAN is dishing out her specialty
to NANCY McKEE, BETTY EASLEY, NAN-
CY BERG, ELEANOR STOKES, telephone
operators. Picking up their check is their
boss FRED HAMILTON. Looking in the
barber shop window, we see DON MAST, pro-
fessional football star getting his standard
crew-cut from HERB CUNNINGHAM. We
had forgotten it was a national holiday and
are in time for a big parade. PAUL WILSON
is the leader of the town band and is doing a
wonderful job. This occasion has brought
BILL ANTHONY, RODNEY B U R E S ,
LLOYD BASTIN and DONALD DOUGH-
ERTY to town. The boys must be working
the night shift at the mill this week. Some of
the spectators are: DELORES F RAIN, MIL-
DBED SMITH, AND MARION FILER, who
seem to be having quite a time holding their
little ones up so that they can see. On one of
the floats are representatives from SYLVIA
SARVER,S dancing school. SALLY KLING-
ENSMITH'S GIRL SCOUT troop is next in
line. Following them is a display of MAR-
CUS HARTLEY'S new cars. Those in the
drivers seats are: DONALD KEENER,
JAMES RUSZ, EDWIN SPANGLER, DON-
ALD SARVER. As the parade passes, the
Schenley train pulls in and RUTH BACH-
MAN, JANE ANN BOWDEN, HELEN BA-
KER, who are secretaries at the plant push
through the crowd. They stop and talk to
their former classmates, MARIANNA DON-
ALDSON, BEVERLY FLEMMING, and
GERALDINE MACURDY, who are now
busy housewives. As our trip comes to a
close, we stop in at our new town library and
visit with LOIS MILLER, librarian. She tells
us that JOANNE RHOADES and MARGIE
SHAFFER are doing missionary work in
Asia. HELEN MORGAN AND MARY ET-
TA HARTMAN are doing their research for
the new Freeport Oil Refinery. You knew
that CHARLES COSTINTINO struck oil in
his back yard ten years ago, didn't you? JOHN
SINGER is now his business manager.
As we say "farewell" to dear old Freeport,
we wave goodby to DON COWARD,
GEORGE HACKEL, AND DON SWANK,
What a day! But it was good to be back.
ROOM 2 12
Row une: D. Collvr, B. llziwkins, E. Hinds-rlitcr, F. Clvv-
Row two: E. Sulmlnk. A. Czunphvll, P. lluth, S. Scybvrt
Row three: Bliss Milmlc-rn, N. Pnrtvr, S. Stitt, M. Burvs
ROOM 1 14
Row nnv: R. Kendall, I. Dangli-
m-rty, Il. Dcnipstz-r, -I. Emer-
in-k, B. Burl-s, F. Damyllu-rty
Ii. lim-nry, Lloyd, T. Moll-
nr-y. L. Kt'lllli'fly, H. l.ocka'. I
Dznifs-rty, Miss Yuri-hich.
How Two: L. Bcnnctt. R. Garvin
D. Holm-y, I. Shamcr. D. Bally
inmck, H. Olznk, j. Callvn
A. llvlnpstcr, S. Bmgorstul-k
Row three: L. Cla-vvr, B. Bailey
j. Shoup, ll. Humlmugli, N
Swucnoy, H. xvilllvlllhllljlli, E
Duflorcl. j. Dcmpsts-r, R. Rog-
vrs. VV. iJt'lxltJllO.
Row four: H. Craig. D. Burkctt
A. HilI1llllKlll. H. Cray. H. Hcil-
man, VV. Mnlkuviuk, li. Dou-
tlwtt, il. Fzxir, j. Bunino.
Row five: nl. Dolim-yvr, G. Cnr-
rivr, L. Single-ton, D. Tlmmp-
Room 1 12 "f
Row one: M. Dvvnwr, P
Bnlentinc, P. Bowsyr, R
Drake, C. WVOU, B
Cannon, H. B4-ll. B
Ridley, R. Zimmvnuun
H. Beale, D. Bukvr, A
Rim-ck, N. Altman.
Row two: H. Hartley, L
Ehig. B. Avey, D. Hill
S. Milli-r, F. Miller, P
Raith, S. Ijilhlllklil, P
Burfuril. L. Shuttvrs. D.
Row three: N. Curlnmn,
R. Bnlxinsnck. E. Knap-
pcnlivrgor, L. llzirhison
A. Scliwivstzcr, N. Frm-
tin. E. Johnson. S
Smith, D. Crzitzvr.
Row four: VV. Sikoru, D
Stvpp, L. liiscli. I. Dol-
meycr, E. Mc-Guin-. D
Fleck. K. Hull, R, Sar-
vcr, L. Clever
Row five: R. Fry. V.
IIUNIIC IIININI 20I
IIuw one-: I', Nlzilki, II. Hun--
Iilv, II. I'nI1I. NI. Nzltvx. I'
IiII'IIIl'I', IC. Ilurk. -I. I'l'ai4
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II, Iluxau-k. I3. IIIalvIQIml'n
II. NIih'Iu'II. I7, ,Iau'II, K
IIUW twn: QI. Ilulnpllrvy. II
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I.re't1, I. hunrtl. In Imm-
Iuiulvr. K. III-nsIuigIm-r. .-X
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IIONIIC IIOUNI 108
How nnv: N. Xlnilu-. QI. Xml-
Iwri. XI. KuIvIal. II, NIiIII'r
II. Kvlixlmly. II. YcluIa'rIiL'
IT. K4-IIy. S. Iluuunrl, I.
CuIIin. C. IR-wi. I. 'I'ny. II
Ilmil-I. N. Szmnvr.
Row two: II. Aim-lln. li. Sam-
Iulv, -I. Loy. U. Klonsilxg
I". Tamllinge-r, Il. 'lormlun
XI. I7uuIIn'II. I". Zinnnvr
mam. NI. II:lIIill:i. C. .Ialck
I'. Nh-ITIuwn'ry. II. Ilurgn-1'
IIuw lllrvc: C. Cmx'llc'l'. I7
Caliwr. III, C.luIus. II. Sub
IIIm'ialII. I., NI1ismm.vII. Cum'-
gn-rl. QI. IIIIIII. ,I. Ix4'II1't, II
IInw Iourz II. Slnxvr. II
Sxuw-llc-y. II. Iivzilv, S
.M'rm'. A. Durri. II. fIl'I'NIiIIlI
IIONIIC IIUONI I09
IIOw our: NI. I".lIIIlu'r. I
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Sh-wnrl, I. Ilvvr. I.. Nu-
IrI1'. I. IIm'nuuI, XY, Crai-
mvr. II. Ifairmli. Il. XII'-
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IIuII.m.in, II, Ann'nl.v I.
I.x'aun. -X. I'1pvx'ailn. I. Sm'-
IIm'r. S. 'I'Ilurpc. -I. IInwwr
S. Smith. II. Smith, ,I
K1---lu'l'. N. SIU-nrvr. II
Row two: I. XYziIsIm-m'iIIn-. S
Slu-arm-r. K. Ifrzultl. D. Put-
Iml. II. NVIIIIV. I.. 'I'r1'IlIv
D. Cmmlv. K. Ilairrixizm
NI. Sllmllw. IXI. NoIxII'. .I
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Row Iour: I3. KI-m'ln'r. I. III:-
HWII, II. Sulu14'l'.
ll ' A8 H
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Row unc: 'I'. Ki-mlnll,
'I'r1'h'lm'r. D. Skilm,
Riu unc: XI. Iiiflli-5, Ii
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I. I.uwm-rs. XI. Nlllivr. II
Di-ilipxti-r, II. lm'Ivl', I".
luur. XX. lxhmaui, S. Smith
1. sim.-ak, 'll lf.-Qi.-r. if
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Alnum-s. -I. l'rainlZ. 1. I'ln-vk
li. lfuiwmi, Nl, llmx-lxpiks'
Y. l3ou'l'5pikA'. XY. Iivli-
slmu, Xl, Ixuhm. NI. limi-
m'II. I.. Shulll, -I, Toy.
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II. Smith. II. I.1iss1li'm'l'. Nl
Ilumm, A. ilailliut, D. Illus-
xnttu, XY. Alilfglilll, II. Yvw-
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D, llvilmun. N. Mi-Curclv
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Sh-rlinu. I", Cmwnnaiii.
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lCclw:n'Llw. Al. llvvrs, Nl. Hun
gxttu. lf. Fcnnvll. ,l. lfnllt
nvr. B. Cnlwcll. ll. Dall!
nmn, ff. lfvrnlll. l.. llurm
.-X. Hz-uk, VV. Dnuulu-rty
S. Arlllstrnllg, l,. llvrnnrcl
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lfnrcix. ll. Hrs-nm-lnun. ll
Cnrnlnun. A. Hnclmn. ll
XV1-ws, ,l. Xfgnllu-r. Al. llvn
nvtt IJ Burrows M f'l'n'
pnnl, B, Cullivx, B, lim-lnn
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Brant, C. Allison, li. lil'-
win, P. Christie, ,l. llnnrll
P, Buntl. QI. lla-rry.
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Slnitll, ul. XVllih-, C, limwn-
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Xl. XVllitvlmir. S. Tutltl, lf
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Young, A. XYilsml.'lNl. Vaul-
'l'in4'. Nl. Sin5.!ln-tml,
Stitt. li. Young, ll, Yun-
'l'in4-, ll, 'l'zlntlin1lA-r.
How unv: bl. Milclwll, li
Cznnlxlv. Nl. lfiscm. .l
KL-lly, C. Ilurvuy, li
Krcnu-lwrxl. ll. !XlcCnirs-, li
xlK'l.AlllfIllllll, M. Gqirwr, ll
llllfllillll, E. Knssanl, KI
P. Nlnrlu-l. li. llswm-lmpikf'
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M1-Nvzll, E. lnlnls, il. Mc-
Crx-1-ry, K. Ku-lmlcr, -I. lfnl-
lt-rtnn. M. Mvissns-r. I,
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llvrnlcl, S. Crnltnn, V
Knswzln, S. Nulmlm-, li. llnml
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Il. lin-1-lmrt, M. Cznnlxlc. A
Hull. -l. lsunlwrg, l". Kvvn-
cr, A. llcssluglvssn-r, S. Mil-
la'r..l. Myvrs. il. llurlurzl.
Huw tour: ll. llnnnlclmn, li
K1-lly. ll. Gross.
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I RI SIIMAN OFFICERS
I rc mlm nl Kutlilvc-in Cruim-r
I lu I'rms1clu1t Judy Ymmg
Sur: I lrx Rosa- M. -lIllIllI'kl
r mm f xml Illlppvrslmm-1'gc-r
Tlic- und01'cluss1ncn olliccrs arc 1-Iva-tc-cl
by tlivir classmutvs varlv in thc full. Tliv
president zmcl sm-c1'ctal'y ZIIIIOIIIQIIICZIIIY lx--
comc memlwrs of tllc Stuclcnt Council.
They' do their In-st in guiding thc- aictivitios
of thc- class.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFIC I' RS
l'1-psiilg-ni -lusvplm BOIIIIIU
XYICL'-I,l'l'SICI1'Ilt lluln-it tl
Sm-crcta1i'y , Nancy A tmun
rI1l'i'ilSlIl'K'T Ilclv B1 mlm
l'1'1-siclviil Rulwrt Cullman
Vim'-I'i'n'siclcl1t llairry Cns
't'K'I'CIllI'I' . Rosa' Nlalrim' Yvmlulu
lruzlsllrm-1' . -lzuwt Ku 1
The Freeport High School Band, under the competent leadership of Mr.
Paul Teare. enjoyed a successful year. They put in many long hours practicing
tor their fine showing on the football field at half time, as they performed at all
of our nine games. They participated in the Armistice Day, Halloween, and
Nlemorial Day programs. Freeport played host to county hand this year. Law-
rence Stitt from Indiana State Teacher's College was guest conductor of the 135
piece hand when Armstrong County members represented eight schools.
Kenneth Locke. David Keener, Helen Beale, Anna Dempster, and Sue Lloyd
were chosen as Freeportis representatives to Central VVestern District Band at
Punxsutawney. The senior members are as follows: Paul Wilson, M. Shaffer.
Kenneth Locke. Beverly Fleming, llarold Kunlde, Richard Stivason, Lois Hotham,
and Harry Toy.
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Thx- high school orclic-stru consisting of approximately thirty mcinhcrs has
pnu'ticc'cl diligently this Vt'2ll'. Thirtccn of the ll1t'l11lJG1'S zittciiclvcl the coinhinvcl
orclxvstra and chorus fcstival in Kittanning on the twenty-fourth and twenty-
liltli of Novvmlwr. Tha- 0l'Cl10Stl'2l also played for the junior and sc-nioi' plays and
clicl ai splvnclicl joh at Comme-nccinent and Buccalu111'czite.
Mr. Team- will lose six seniors. They are as follows: Marilvn McGuire, Kvn-
nr-tli l,oc-kv. Lois llotliznn, Mzlrgiv Slmflvr, Paul Wilson, :incl Sylvia Su1'vc'i'.
lfloyu' Ulm viigvr
The high school chorus, this year numbering approximately eighty, is under
the leadership of Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer. Sixteen members of the chorus traveled
to Kittanning to participate in the combined county orchestra and chorus. Other
highlights of the year were Candlelight service, Baccalaureate, district chorus,
spring concert, and state chorus. The project of the chorus this year was the
purchasing of the blue and gold choir robes. The seniors in the chorus are: C.
Dempster, C. Macurdy, N. Berg, L. Hotham, Bowden, B. Clark, S. Maradei.
N. McKee. D. Pmavotti, P. Shaffer, M. Smith, E. Stokes, P. Thorpe, E. Hartman,
N. Hartman. C. Hewitt. T. Lepkowski, H. Morgan, M. Shaffer. H. Stivason, il.
Acre, A. Strover.
A group of twenty-one girls were selected from the senior high chorus
to sing in the ensemble this year. The girls sang for Candlelight Service
and other special events. The members are: K. Craig, L. Ebig, B. Clark.
P. Thorpe, T. Leplcowski, N. Burg, S. Maradei, A. Piperato, Pm. Zimmerman.
S. Dahman, P. McKee, D. Ravotti, P. Balentine, A. Rieck, M. Falkner.
FUTURE IIUNIEMAKICRS OF ANIEIHCA
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President . Robert Camerlo
Vice-President , .. . John Shoop
Secretary Theresa Lepkowski
Assistant Secretary ., Sue Llovd
Under the guidance of Mr. Bush and Mrs. Johnston, the student council has
again completed a successful year . They achieved their aim of holding regular
meetings, and revised their Constitution. The milk program was continued this
year and proved to be quite successful. The Councilis most important dance was
the Coronation Ball at which a Senior king and queen were chosen. The students
of F. A. H. S. are proud of their Student Council.
This yvzn"s Mzlguzim' Cannpuign
was again sllL'c-vssflll. Unclvr tlu'
clirvction of Nancy Ilill uncl Mrs.
Gull-5, tlu' total sulvs znnountvcl to
ova-r 32,000,011 Tln- llOIl1O room
with tlu- lligln-st sulvs uclmivvc-xm'nt
was 107, going wav ulmovc' tlwir
Elected ouch yvau' lmy tlu' stuclant lmoclx the
Annu Maw Bic-ck
we wwe - AQALLA L-Zbim H
Inmate No. I Philip Coffin
llnnate iNo. II . ., , ,, .
Plurilmus Qfleneral utility at the place? . ,. .Richard Stivason
. , . ,Della ltavotti
Pendie lMir.s Mer:-4lith's colored maidj .
Miss Lavelle Ulead Nurse at Sanitoriuml Theresa Lepkowski
Mr. Higgins 1Superintendentl , .. . . ., Marcus Hartley
Nlr. Marshall Lot' the Board ot' Direetorsl Floyd Ross
jack. alias "Speedy" 1His soul ,
3 act comedy
jucly Foster qteen-age Missb , Iane Bowden
Randolph ther younger lirotherj , N Hohert Camerlo
Dora Foster flier mother? . .,.. . 'lheresa Lepkowski
Melvin Foster ther fatherl , , . Floyd Ross
Oogie fthe man in jucly's lifej , Charles McCl0Wrv
h Harry Toy
Mitzi lloH'inan Cjudyk friendl
Mrs. Sehlntzhannner lol the PTAl .
Lois Meredith QA visitor!
Reggie Mortimer CAdmirer of Loisl
Evelyn VVinslow ta wealthy patientj ,
Hardlmoiled MeCaiterty QA policemanj .,
3 act comedy
0 ru Z7 H
. Donald Carris
. Beatrice Clark
. john Acre
Ezlwarcl Cordon fEvelyn's fiance? . , . , ,Eugene Kennedy
f "W'ho VVouldu't Be Crazy" portrayed a scene in a sanitarium.
lhe three-act comedy kept everyone in laughter and suspense.
Mrs. Hotchkiss fthe Laundry Nvoinanj . . . , Sylvia Maradei
N I I Lois Hotham
Eloise Hotchkiss idaughter who eloeutesj , ,Nancy Hill
l Mildred Smith
Hannah tthe maid? . . .,., Pat Thur H.
Barbara W'insoeket ianother friend? . . . Geraldine Macurilv
Mr. Martindale ltheatrical produeerj ,, . ,..... Fred Fritch
Hexford Meredith 0'Conner fnew boy in town! Eugene Kennedv
Susie CRex's kid sisterb . .
. . . Marion Filer
"A Date YVith Judy" was the story of a teen-alle miss and
all her troubles, plus her younger hrother. The play was taken
from the tamous radio show Written hy Aileen Leslie,
Mr. William Karl
Miss Elizahetli Turner
Mr. Laverne Vtfoodrow
Katherine Kai anaugh
XVithout thv tireless cf-
forts of thc- stzlgv crcw. any
procluctioll at F. A. ll. S
would bv lost. The- mem-
vcr. D. KllIlSl'lII1llll, D
Rowley, C. Hutton. D.
Survvr. B. Crcstuni. li. Fry
H. Noblv. H. Ilughvs. P
WVilson. E. Kmlppvnlx-rl
gov. D. Survcr.
Mr. ixlSlll1lll'l'. aulvisvr'
C. Hvvd, A. Stovcr, K. Sur:
At the start of the new term Mrs. Vorko chose 20 girls to act as student
librarians. Their duties include circulation of hooks, accessioning and sending
overdue slips to those students who do not return their hooks on time. The
Librarians are always willing to help students find their reference material. Their
help and kindness in locating hooks is appreciated by those Whom they have
helped. These girls deserve the thanks of the entire student hodv.
We cf Us
President A Stanley Smith The Nurses, Business, and College Club
Vim, P1.eSidt,ut V 'Lois Hotham meets every Thursday. Throughout the year
Sucmtarv Domthv Mcvvhinmiv the club has had teachers and other speakers
' t 'l I - explain to the club the requirements for many
Tl'0i1Sll1'Pl' Eh711l7eth Bmlev different institutions that specialize in the courses
Advisor Mrs. Gales in which the different students are interested.
'l'hc- lliaijoiw-tiv c-huh wus '
in-wh' Ul'lI,tllllXl'll this x'c"ii' ffs
with Nliss Xlzuiro as l"uc-ulty
sponsor. NIV. 'l'l'ill'4' also 5
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l'r1's. livtty Mitt-lull
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Did you kmm' "Sn-ia'iic'1'
is lsllllulj This club is mi-
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motto. hx' ciic-oiimgiiig cur-
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The Yvllowjnckc-t is our bi-inontiiiy nvws-
pzlpvr vclitvcl by P031 Pcsci. Undvr thi- L'ilI'l'iilli
snpcrvision of Miss Elx'i'l1a11't, it contains rvcords
of huppc-nings in clubs, sports. clzuicvs und many
otlicr nc-ws vvvnts of intc-rvst to tin' sfllcivnts.
Each Wcck tin- following seniors work to nmkc'
tlu- pupvr 11 snccvss.
EDITOR P4-g Pe-sci
SPORTS Don Must
HEAD TYPIST Niarilyn .luck
SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS
Nl. Filer, N. llill. N. Borg, Bowden. D. Kilgorv,
P. MQ-Kcc, T. Lvpkowski, D. Ruvotti, Nlurulcici
B. Flcming, C. Cl'IlSi7igll'l'. P. Slmffvr, P.
Thorpe-, M. ixiL'cillil'0. R. Clark, D. Dvan, N.
MCKCC, C. Dvlnpstvr.
Row One: ll. lilwu, L. Clever. -I, Bouclm, P. Christie. V, Olwl, M. Almlqnist, C. jones.
Row Two: j. Eslmenluungll, N. Stivcrs, C. Spenser, N. Curr. M. VW-st, E. McVVl1inn1-y, N.
Fulton, M. VVilL'l1tl"l', Miss Mcflinnis.
Row Three: M. Doxc-rspilcsf, N. Dovvrspikc-. A. Dzlqllulamto. S. Rogers. P. NVQIL-liter, C. AIIICIIL
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Row One: I., Rosenberg. D. llosclmlx-rg, I'
cTI'2lX'L'Ill'l', II. Brmnmcnnm.
Row Two: -I. ML-Cru-ry, E. Mc-Nc-ul, J. Baker
D. Blucklmrn. F. Burkett, -I. Koesslvr, ll.
NVug1m-r, L. NVQ-stenclorf, M. Smith, S. Dont-
lwtt, E. llurhnun, -I. llaly.
Row Three: M, liexlllcft. E. Fvnnvll, -I. l"1llll'I'-
ton, M. Czunlmlv. C. Allison, C. Hom-nigli.
Row Four: Miss Polnpe, K. Keelmler, H. Slwnr-
vr, P. Bolelnn. O. Cline. A. Cuisvr.
'l'l1c- shiclm-nts who am- IIll'll1iX'l'S of tlicso 0I'j1,Llllililti0llS ami mainly ilitm-1'4'stm'd
in itlilm-tic zlctivitim-s. UIICIUI' tin- lvzidcrship of Mr. Kzlrrs amd Miss Nliih-i'. Hu-sc'
s liuvc Y2lI'iUllS alctivitics that fl'llflll'0 fun and god sportsiiizuis
Row Three: R. Younkins, Nlr
Briggs, N. Bastian, L. llurlmisun
T. I,CklL'l1, H. CTQUAXTII, lf. Spang-
ler. I. lrzur.
Row Two: A. Cogley, bl. Rusx, I7
Iloalli. R. Doutlxett, L. Shutters
Row Une: D. Douglmerty, I. Slum
ner. A. Sellweitxer, ll. Hum-
luluglm, N. Sweeney. R. Sauwer. S
lD2lllfllll'l'tf'. G. lluelxly.
Row Three: G. Naxymauu, XV. Storm-
er, bl. Zemu, J. Kisiel, M. Nates,
T. Avev. R. Stevens. I. llum-
plwey, Mr. Mzlsurik. A
Row Two: 1. xV1lj.flli'l', AI. Amino.
VV. llogun, li. Pulll. li. lieawiek,
P. Clever, T. Van Time.
Row One: R. MeLnuglllin. C
liclgington. T. Uptegrupln.
Row Three: R. Kulm. D. TYilQ'Ili'l'.
A. clllllillt, l'. rXTC'c:llllUllQ,'ll. R.
Nolule, K. Culclwell, R. llenellel.
Row Two: E. Slxirey, li. Lnssinger,
D. Altman. G. Slmerrielm, D. Bus-
Sulo, P. Hill, D. ll'L'Ill'y. li.
Flemm, T. Kendall, P. Stull, J.
SIIIUUK, ll. Pot:-r, C. Lmvers.
Row One: A. Dania, A. Nlurri-
son, l'. Tlllfflgllll. T. Lowers,
D, Sliiles, A. ISUHIZIII. K. lflmler,
R. Dempster, D. lleilmzm. Al.
Spincller, xl. f:1llSl'f.
Row Two: Mr. liolliellik, IJ. Mont-
gomery, ll. XV1-ss. li. Gross, C.
Isenlmerg, C. MeGuire, R. Don-
Row One: -I. l"a:llmer. ll. Sherrielm.
L. Bures, R. Durei, XV. Sliiles,
R. My-Guire. G. 'llI'IlY1'l'. B. Callcl-
well. L. llzlrlmison, ll. Kron-
lmerg, ll. FC'llllt'll.
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Allvn Curry, john Karrs, john Masarik
john Singcr, jim Cranwr, Eugene' Kcnnm-dy
Row one: L. Hisch, 1. White, C. Barge-rstock, G. Simpson, P. HIIHJIIEF, D. Coward, D. Mast, R.
Such, F. Ilalnilton, C. Costintino, B. Anthony. D. Keener.
Row Two: Mr. Masarik, Mr. Curry, I. Williams, W. De-Memo, R. Babiusack, K. Hall. D. Burke-tt,
E. McGuire, A. Hamilton, J. Dohne-yer, R. Craig, F. Friich, E. Lasko, Mr. Karrs.
Row three: R. Smouse, D. Kepple, W. Coward, I. Shoop, VV. Sikora, I. Huth, I. Roudybush.
D. Loc, H. Carson, E. Verardi.
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Sl'IlIIliilt. li. S1'tIl1'1m'y4'l'. D. SpincHc'l'.
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Don Coward-Donls fine work at offensive and
defensive center left nothing to be desired.
Donls coolness in tight situations is responsi-
ble in a large part for the great season the
Dave Burkett-Was a big factor in the success-
ful season which the Jackets enjoyed. When
yardage was needed, Dave was right there.
On defense no one had more dogged deter-
mination than Dave.
jack White-A senior who played varsity right
half two years. jack's speed and deception
made him a valuable member of the jacketis
Don Mast-Senior-left end 3 years. Don was
fast, shifty and rough. He did more than his
share of blocking and tackling. Don caught
the tying pass in the Kittanning game.
Bob Craig-Junior-Fullback 2 years. Bob, our
driving fullback, will be around next year to
plague opponents. Broad-shouldered and
husky, Bob really rocked opposing players.
Pat Buffner-Left guard 2 years. Curly, as he
was better known, had the ability of give
and take. Pat was a valuable asset in the
stalwart forward line of the Jackets.
Bill Anthony-Senior-right guard 2 years. Al-
though Bill was the quiet type, his quarter
was heard from, when there was a tackle to
be made or hole to be plugged. Bill was a
big part in the fine line the Jackets fielded
Chuck Costantino-Senior-Quarterback 2 years.
A smart quarterback who diagnoses a defen-
sive and calls a suitable play. Chuck was a
good ground gainer and an excellent passer.
For his fine work, Chuck was voted Quarter-
back on the A-K All Star Team.
Fred Hamilton-A senior Who played left half.
F redis charge and drive was second to none.
F red's dual ability to plunge line and skirt
end gained for him the distinction of the A-
K's most valuable award. In addition to this,
Fred paced the team in scoring.
Bob Such-Bob, a senior, played varsity left
tackle two years. Bob was our kick-off and
extra point artist. Highlight was his game
winning extra point at Kittanning.
George Simpson-A senior who played right
tackle 2 years. George was especially fast
for a lineman. On punts or kick-off returns,
George was an excellent downfield blocker.
George deserves much credit for his work as
Coach ...,........,... ........ IN Ir. Allen Curry
Athletic Director ........ ...... M r. Marshall
Manager ..........,,.... .....,.., B ob Craig
Players-1. C. McClowry, 2. Jack Huth, 3. D.
Mast, 4. Bob Gray, 5. E. McGuire, 6. C. Smith,
7. F. Hamilton, 8. C. Costantino, 9. G. Simpson,
10. A. Hamilton, 11. F. Ross.
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Don Mast-Forward-Two year letterman.
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Chuck Costantino-Guard-Twc1-vear letter-
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Head of the Majorettes
Who will be the lucky boy and girl to be elected by the student body? All
of the following seniors are deserving.
Nance McKee Don Mast
Pat Thorpe Herb Cunningham
Delores Kilgore Charles Constantino
Patty Shaffer Iames Cramer
jane Anne Bowden Charles McClowry
Dolly Lepkowski Robert Camerlo
Peg Pesci Dick Stivason
Marilyn lack Robert Such
Ann Mason Phil Collin
Connie Gensbigler Pat Ruffner
Della Ravotti Dick Keener
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To the Class of '53
WESTERMAN'S FEED STORE
C. L. RALSTON
CHARLES E. ARMSTRONG
109 Fifth Street
Phone Freeport, Pa.
PENN AUTO PARTS
LEE,S DRUG STORE
APPLIANCE 81 SERVICE
"Be Sane - See Wayne"
222 Fifth Street
"Only Philco Has Itv
MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY
Allegheny-Kiski Valleyis Most Complete
710 High Street Freeport, Pennsylvania
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Tlll CANTON ENGRAVING 8 ELECTROTYPE COMPANY
410 3RD. STREET S.E., CANTON, OHIO
C. HOMER CRAIG
Roofing, Heating, Plumbing and Air Conditioning
603 High Street
THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP
Hair cut as you like it
PETES BARBER SHOP
DON RAY SHOP
Clothiers Since 1830
I. H. SHOOP AND SONS
DEVEREAUX MOTOR SALES
NEMEC FLOWER SHOP
Iewelry and Guaranteed Watch Repair
Business is a Sensitive Thing
lt goes where it feels secure, stays where it is cared for
FIRST NATIONAL BANK-FREEPORT
F ISCHER APPLIANCE
M. L. HESSELCESSER 61 SON
R. H. McCRAW Dry Goods
To The Senior Class
N OWA KOWSKI jeweler
C. A. BURFORD
C. L. RALSTON
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schwietering
Mr. Charles Donnelly
Mrs. Eleanor Leech
Mrs. W. C. Shoop
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutton
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morgan
Mrs. Bertha Barr
Mr. and Mrs. W. King
Mr. Charles Ruppersberger
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dougherty
Miss Winifred Kerr
Miss Ruth Closer
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brenneman
Mr. and Mrs. julian Noble
Dr. and Mrs. H. Bowden
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McClowry
Mr. W. M. Patterson
Private Kenny Bowser
Mr. Charles F. Dinninger
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fry
Mr. Frank Vorko
Alton I. Bush
Neubert's Clover Farm Store
Ira L. Sober
Mr. C. A. Young
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McGraw
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McGraw
Mr. and Mrs. D. Richard Hill and janet and
Mrs. Charles B. Hill
Mr. I. H. Lawson
Miss Demaris Eberhart
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. CoHin
Mr. and Mrs. john L. Cosser
Dr. and Mrs. H. De V. Hotham
Mr. Leonard Kulas
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Duiford
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cramer
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. Cramer
Mr. and Mrs. john L. Smith
Mr. Harold Kunkle
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Stokes
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Younlcins
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hutton
Mrs. R. C. Rogers
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