Galeton High School - Galetonian Yearbook (Galeton, PA)
- Class of 1969
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To our senior advisor, Mr. Nicholas Ostrosky, we the Class of 1969, wish to dedicate this yearbook.
Advising and guiding us isjust one of his many duties. He is also the high school principal and teacher
in the business department,
To Mr. Ostrosky, we wish to offer our thanks for his understanding.
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The Senior Class wishes to thank Mr, Harris for his willingness to help us at any time.
We apprcciate his thoughtlulness and his understanding ot' our ideas and opinions. We
shall miss his daily announcements that greet us every morning.
The popular phrase ot' the moment is "Do Your Own Thing." This seems to suggest that each is an
individual accountable to his own conscience alone and responsible only to himself for his acts. By some
small extension this could mean each is free to do what he wants to do without regard to others.
This attitude in the extreme overlooks a most important fact. Man stands as tall as he does today be-
cause he has the privilege of standing on the progress made by other men both living andldead.
lf, as .lohn Donne says, airy man's death diminishes us all, then most assuredly our actions touch
more than just our own lives, So as you chart the course ofyour life, remember that other people are
involved in what you do. "Do Your Own Thing," but do it in the context ofa larger neighborhood than
one which is bounded by your own desires.
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We wish to make our gratitude known to Mr. Ostrosky for his helping hand. He has done
his best to keep G. H. S. among the high ranking schools of this area. We are proud ofit
and wish to thank Mr. Ostrosky.
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"Stay in school and get a good education," is a grand slogan, but you must realize that
there is more to the slogan than meets the eye. John Arbuckle used the line, "You get
what you pay for," to sell his products. You could easily apply this to educationfyou get
your return in proportion to your effort. l believe we do offer "a good education" at
Galeton, but it is going to take a reasonable effort on your part to make sure that you
"get that good education."
Standing: Clarence Detar, Joseph Kearse, Ronald Dean, Leonard Carlson. Seated: Louise Martin. Margue-
rite Cizek, Betty Campbell.
School Board at work.
Clarence Detar, President.
The controlling power behind the daily activities of G.
ll.S, is the School Board. Composed of a very able body
ulates thc allowance of money for various school projects.
They consider applications presented to them for posi-
tions in the administration and choose the most qualified
persons to hold these positions. The problems faced by
the Board arc often difficult, but their wise decisions hclp
our school on a steady course.
of representatives from each school district, the hoard reg,-
The high school faculty of Galeton High is not appreciated to the full extent. They are
willing to give up time to give a helping hand for students who ask for help. At any time,
they will extend a helping hand to the needy student.
The seniors of '69 would like to give a special thanks to each member and are grateful
for the help and time given to each sludent of their class.
Duane H. Allen
East Stroudsburg Stale Teachers
llealth, Physical Education
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Rue B. Allen
Battle Creek College
Library Science, Librarian
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John B. Caldwell Evelyn Grant
Bloomsburg State College Mansfield State College
Business Education Home Economics
Mansfield State College G Robert Gram Lock llaven State College
Art h , , , Health, Physical Education
Lock Haven State College
Guidance Counselor, Enyish
Lock Haven State
Clara F. Jolmson
Lock Haven State
Math, Driver ' Reading, English ke
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Mansfield State College
Mansfield State College
Adrian R. Rowe
Mansfield State College
Clifford Means Alfred University Kate Rowe
California State Teachers College
industrial Arts, Drafting
Chemistry, Physics, Biology
Mansfield State College
English, French, Latin
Patrick M. Smail
Slippery Rock State College james W Schott Milmneld Stale College
History, American Government ' , History
Mansheld State College
Mansfield State College
Mansfield State College
These are the people that keep our
Mrs. Moore and Mrs. McConaghay
work hard to keep our sehool's business
matters in order. Mrs. Lush, our school
nurse, is always eager to help when her
assistance is needed. We deeply appreciate
the efforts they put forth.
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These are three of the busiest people at Galeton
Our Chef, Mr. Churchill, and Mrs. Rawson put
their time and rescources to the best possible use
for a well-balanced noon meal.
Mr. Fitzgerald, our school handyman, keeps the
school facilities in working order.
Fine service and experience, possessed by each
of these people, help keep our school running
Use Puffs for sensitive skin
Whistle while you work. To f6ICh H Pail Of?
Girls? Where? Oh yeah? Pucker power !!
Twiggy ! l'd walk a mile for a camel !
But I told Mr. Grant I
Finally ! he end ofthe soup. didn't want to take French. Colonel Sanders
I didn t do it
You're so stupid ! If this was your head
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And you wanted me to vote for him? GYPSY and Helen both?
Oh, baby ! International playboy.
Sudden Beauty Groovy ! l'm a little teapot !
'If' Wanna bet?
My gosh !
A little dab'll do ya !
Just call me nose !
Who said what? You can't come in !
Come on Judy! !
Cow , . . girls? '?
Love at first sight !
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94 and bulit like this?'?
Well, I try !
Blow in my ear and I'll follow
you anywhere l
M Come on boys !
Anyone see lrvie?
I lost my mask !
That bad huh?
Oliver It gets to ya !
was here now !
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cam of 1769
The years in Senior lligh have provided the Class of '69 with many new experi-
ences. As we go our separate ways we will encounter many more.
For the last four years we have been preparing ourselves for the world outside.
Our accomplishments are many, and now we are ready to use this knowledge to
reach our goals. Our achievements have left an indelible mark in the halls Qand on
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Sandra Mosch Patsy Parker of Robert P rry
Treasurer Secretary Vice-President
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Judy Douglas Darlene Earle
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Mxchael Johnson Joseph Kearse
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Kenneth Rachiele Lawrence Rachiele
Sally Skvlfki Gail Sullivan
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Said what, Charlie? Just like Grandma !
Dipping into the sauce again?
The Alunmi Association was the host
of the '68 graduating class on June lst of
this year. The yearly banquet dinner was
prepared by Lovell Churchill and the
helpful Juniors waited on the guests. The
money the Juniors received for their
willing assistance will help pay for the trip
to New York City.
Slower, Ken, less foam.
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Tire annual Woodsnrcn's Carnival was held at Cherry Springs Slate Park in August.
Once again the park was filled to its capacity with machinery and visiting woodsmen. The
Senior girls worked hard selling programs to earn money for their trip to New York City.
Care for sonic?
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Ooooh Cliffy !
lcamc from a town of 120.000 population. lt is situated
in the center ofa peaceful gulf. We never have snow and the
skies are always blue. All these natural beauties plus my
parents, relatives, and friends were the things 1 had to leave
A few days before I left, I asked a friend from Philadel-
phia to tell me what Galeton would be like. llis answer was:
NA small town situated in the mountains, had weather, far
from big cities, with nothing much to do. DON'T GO".
But I came because I like to do the opposite of what I
am told to do. I found out then that he was wrong, The
small town was very pretty. From the very first day people
treated me like an old friend and made me feel at home,
l could never imagine people could be so kind and
friendly. Nothing will be able to make me forget the plea-
sant time I spent and the nice people I met in Galeton.
Diinitrios Constantin Farmalddes
Dimitrios Farmakides, this year's exchange student, came to us from
Padras, Greece. I-Ie has become a friend to all because of his outstand-
ing personality and has easily tit into our American way of life. We
have leamed much about Dimitrios' country and hope that by tlte
close ofhis visit he will have leamed much about ours. We were proud
to have Dimitrios with us and we will long remember him.
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The class of '70 possesses the qualities of wit, scholar-
ship, and versatility. With these abilities they have been ac-
tive in cvcry phase of school life during their junior year.
They have accepted the responsibilities of holding a Snow
Follies, presenting a Junior Play, and aiding the Seniors
with the Prom.
They are now looking ahead to their final year, and are
prepared to take their leading role as Seniors.
The class officers are: John Frith, President: Phil Batter
son, Vice-President, Martha Leach, Secretaryg and Sarah
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The Class of '71 has had the joy of taking another step
toward graduation and entering Senior High. Along with
this joy came new responsibilities which they have accepted
and handled without hesitation.
The high-light ofthe year was receiving class rings.
The class officers are: Mike Pagano, presidentg Harry
Pagano. vice-presidentg Sally Parker. secretary 3 Jane Perry,
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We, the Class of '72 have linally
crossed thc bridge between the Junior
and Senior High.
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ficers and ure burning the midnight
oils studying our French.
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responsibilities ofupper classruen. wc
are eager to follow in their footsteps.
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This year we gained more experience
more knowledge, and more confidence
in our second year of Junior High
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of handling the responsibilities that will
be expected of us when we-are Senior
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Sallie Parker, Secre-
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President 1 Sarah
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Lusk, Treasurer: Jane
The effort put forth by the Juniors
made this semi-formal the event that
it was. The Inner Depths supplied the
music for the dzmcc. All in all, it was
il memorable evening.
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Darlene Earle was chosen to be our candidate for the Laurel Festival by the senior high stu
dents. Bob Perry. who is also a senior. will be her escort. We wish Darlene the besl of luck.
Flwrukng Foliage '
Our school was represented at the Flaming Foliage Festival by Patsy Parker. Arthur
Keaton accompanied Patsy to Renova. Patsy and Arthur are members ofthe senior class
We are very proud of them.
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Top Row: Carol
Turner, Robert Paul.
Bottom Row: Frank
Dimon, Carole Kef-
over, Barry Mainus,
Another enjoyable comedy was presented by the .lunior
class. The theme of the tomboy who finds herself ditched
by her boy friend for conduct unbecoming a girl leads to
some tender moments at the end. And a comedy that not
Top Row: Wendy
Sykora, Janet Post,
Phyllis Hurd, Patti
Pennell, Mr. Kreisler-
Row: Peggy Pepper-
man. Sandra Mosch,
only amuses but moves an audience is irresistable.
The story starts out with a banker who needs some sort
ofcreative release and finds it in lecturing to high school
classes. lt quickly develops however. that one of the bank-
ers daughters has been very much impressed by her father's
lectures. She has decided that her own true fulfillment can
best be realized by going out for the football team.
Any number of complications result: the fathcr's job is
jeopardized because thc bank president docsn't approve:
the girI's older sisters insist that their social life has been
ruinedg and the girl football player finds that playing foot-
ball and being a girl aren't always compatible. After any
number of mishaps, the play ends on a happily tender note
with the whole family going out to see one of the sister's in
the high school play.
Standing: Judy Piaquadio, Darlene Earle, Susan Close, Patsy Parker, Merry Milliron, Gail Sullivan. Seated: John Handwcrk
John Nelson, Arthur Keaton, Joe Kearsc.
Standing: Patsy Parker, Gail Sullivan, Merry Milliron, John Nelson. Seat-
ed: John Handwcrk.
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The Senior class of U69 presented UNHEAL-
THY TO BE UNPLEASANT, a delightful com-
edy. lt tells how J. Francis Amber, an actor, tried
to dispose ofhis old senile mother. His mother,
Shirley, is really in her second childhood. Shirley
owned a piece of land that J. Francis was trying
to get her to sell. She was stubborn and wouldn't
give in. ln order to get rid ofhcr he puts some
poison in her Geritol and mentions that it might
be good if she were to take il.
An unknown organization, U.T.B.U., heard of
the way J. Francis was treating his mother and
sent Mr. Uggims, a blind agent very good at hand-
ing out "rewards", Fate took its course and
everything worked out for the best.
J. Francis Amber
Miss Blank Rogers
Standing: Robert Paul, Stage managerg Floyd Lounsbury, Director
Seated: Evelyn Pletcher, student direclorgwendy Sykora, Prompterg
Judy Douglas, Prompter.
Patsy Parker and Patti Pennell
Cabsentj were chosen forthe B P W '
Girl ofthe Year Award.
NEDT-Row 1: F. Hurd, D. Lusk,J, Persing,J. Rossettie. Row Z: E. Olson, W
M. beach, R. Hanes, S. Sparber, I. Levin. Row 3: F. Nichols, S. Detar, S.
Welfling, P. Pifer, L. Gciser. Row 4: J. Frith, L. Levin, M. Pagano. Row 5:
W. Fowler, D. Kerner,
Susan Detar, Diana Lusk, and Patsy Parker fabsentj attend-
ed District Chorus H1 Kane- Jack Nelson and Bob Perry were chosen for Boy of the Year.
Sandra Mosch was chosen for the
DAR Good Citizenship Award.
Sarah Sparber, Denise Tara Bori and Jackie Parsing attended
District Band at Emporium.
Jack Nelson and Allen Smith attended Boy's Stale.
Patsy Parker and Gail Sullivan wrote Orange and Black. Wendy Sykora and Evelyn Pletcher wrote Tiger Tales.
Standing: Lynn Geiser, Alan Frith, Michael Pagano, John Frith. Seated: Rosemary Hanes, Ilene Levin, Joanne Ros
settie, Sarah Sparber, Sandra Mosch.
WWW Harm Soaztq
The Galeton Chapter of the N. H. S, prepared a luncheon for the faculty selection commit-
tee, new and old members, and the guest speaker. The dinner menu was prepared by Mrs. Grant
and served by members of F. H. A.
After the luncheon the old members, under the supervision ofchapter advisor, Mrs. Rowe,
put on :i court room scene with tlte new members on trial. They were found guilty on four
accounts: Leadership, Scholarship, Character, and Service, The defendants were: Alan Frith,
Sandra Mosch, John Frith, Sarah Sparber, Michael Pagano, Joanne Rossettie, Rosemary Hanes,
Ilene Levin, and Lynn Geiser. Mr. Braun was guest speaker.
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Standing: John Handwerk,.lol1n Nelson, Martha Leach, Lyle Levin. Seated: Sally Skutski, Darlene Earle, Mike Johnson, Di-
ana Lusk Gay Evans
Row l: R. Cimino, T. Ruchielc. P. Skutski. T. Puguno, T. libersold. Row 2: N. Langan, L. Parker. K. Dimon. .l. Penncll. C.
Dove, P. Dove, B. Lusk. S. Ostrosky, M. Germino. R. Vargcson. Row 3: L. Blass, C. Kefovcr, C. Necfc, J. Runyan. M. Grant
L. Hurd, T. Hensley. J. Lusk, C. Blass. P. Rossettie. Row 4: B. Duvall, J. Rossctlic, C. Rawson. G. Osgood, T. Karschncr, J.
Parsing, S. Parker, V. Shelley. D. Erhurd. D. TnruBori. Row 5: W. Pcrsing. J. Duvall, C. Traub, L. Smith. J. Sparbcr, M. Ly-
chalk, S. Spurbcr, C. Rexford, S. Detar. P. Parker. Row 6: M. hxngaii, W. Fowler, A. Frith, F. Dimon. L. Geiscr, M. Pagamo,
J. Germino. J. Frith, M. Salvudgc, D. Farmakidcs.
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The members of the Galeton High School band, under the direction of Mr. James W. Schott, help to
complete the musical department of this school. Meeting on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, they prac-
tice to perform for the Spring concert. They march in the Flaming Foliage Festival, Halloween, and Mem-
orial parades. Also they participated in Band Day at Penn State. Their time and effort are greatly appreciat-
ed by their audiences.
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Row li B. Lazorchak, V. Leach, C. Traub, S. Sparber, D. Earle. G. Evans, G. Sullivan, M. Leach, D. Lusk, P. Parker. Row I
P, Osgood, S. Detar, D. TaraBori, D. Martin, L. Bacon, C. Knecht. N. Verbjur, M. McConugliay, A. Keaton, A. Frith. Row 3
W, Fowler, D. Farmakides, J. Handwerk, R. Paul, J. Kearse, T. Simkins, F. Dimon, B. Mainus, M. Muinus, D. Green.
Every morning at 8: 25 the members of the
Triple Trio meet in the Music Room, practicing
for the Christmas and Spring Concerts. Their et'-
forls are greatly appreciated by the student body.
D. Lusk, S. Detar, J, Persing. R. Cinlino, S. Par-
ker, W, Pcrsing, .l, Lusk, K. Kerner, K. Miles, S. ' '
Row 1: Gorg, M., Lychalk, M., Parker, S., Rossettie, J., Miles, K., Osgood, G.,.Persing, W., Karschner, T., Tara Bori, R Du
vnll, J. Row 2: Flynn, J., Shelley, V., Cizek, S., Losey, D., Karhan, B., Rexford, C., Campbell, B., Shelley, D., Simkins S
Ebersold, T., Rawson, C. Row 3: Cimino, R., Simkins, P., Platt, J., Erhard, D., Kerner, K., Lusk,J., Wood, N., Pagano T
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Mr. James Sc t, Director
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The Chorus, now consisting of students in the ninth, tenth, elev-
enth, and twelfth grades, continues to strive for excellence under the
direction of Mr. Schott. A combination of his directing talent and the
talents ot' the students is what makes their bi-annual concerts worth-
The success of these concerts is due to their careful planning and
long hours of practice.
The F. H, A. Banquet of '68 was held at Galetnn
by thc Galcton Chapter. It was quite apparent that
the members spent much time making the gym a won-
derland. The decorations were beautiful and displayed
thc talents of the girls.
They will be making trips to Harrisburg and Phila-
delphia this year as before.
Christmas and Easter favors for the County Home
will take place under the supervision of their advisor,
Al? 7. .
Standing: Mrs. Grant,advisorg Susan Simkins, Amy Brown,
Megan Gorg, Penny Simkins. Seated: Vicki Watts, Violet
Leach, Linda Hartman, Alice Long.
Seated: Candice Knecht, Vice-Presidentg Bonnie Dick, Treasurer 8a Parliamcntariang Char'
lotte Tubbs,Prcsident. Standing: Barbara Lazorchak,Secretary1Connie Pierce, Reporter:
Cherie Mashula, Historian.
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Row 1: Gay Evans, Diana Lusk. Row 2: Linda Bacon, Sarah Sparber, Denise Tara Bori.
Row 3: Evelyn Pletcher, Anne Widnikiewicz, Ellen Olson. Row 4: Janet Post, Martha
Leach, Wendy Sykora. Row 5: Susan Detar. Merri McConaghay, Lyle Levin. Row 6: Patsy
Pifer, Susan Welfling, Mike Salvadge.
Through the efforts ofthe members ofthe Editorial Staff, the 1969 Galeton-
ian should be the best yearbook ever. With the help of Mr. Smail, our advisor,
the editor, typists, and staff hope to bring you, the student body of Galeton
High School, a small bit of our school life set down in pictures and print.
Team One: Evelyn Fletcher fcaptainj, Diana Lusk, Team Two: Janet Post fcaptainj, Judy Douglas, Susan
Carole Kefover, Sarah Sparber, Coleen VanGorder, Close, Linda Bacon, Ann Widnikicwicz, Sharon Dake,
Donna Fletcher, Nancy Verbjar, Betty Baker. Carol Chalmers, Carol Traub.
Team Three: Wendy Sykura fcaptainj, Gay Evans, Team Four: Sally Skutski Qcaptainj, Mary Ellen Ly-
Ellen Olson, Denise TaraB0ri, Terree Ebersold, Jackie chalk. Joanne Rossettic. Jill Platt, Merry Milliron.
Persing, Martha Leach, Mike Salvadge, Susan Detar. Susan Welfling, Sharon Gorg, Toni Simkins.
To make the possibility of having the '69 Galetonian, S2000 was needed. These four ad
teams, headed by their captains, gave of their valuable time to get at least 51300. Their
help was appreciated and received with gratitude. If the acl staff had not taken in the
needed amount, the '69 Galetonian would not have been possible.
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Evelyn Pletclier, Janet Post, and Wendy Sykoru did a fine job on the yearbook this
year. Gathering pictures, laying out the plans and editing the yearbook is not an casyjob
and they have shown great skill in doing this,
Mr. Smail's supervision was also helpful in turning outa good yearbook for our school
Mr. Smail, Advisor Evelyn Pletcher, Editor
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The tennis team, as before, have outdone themselves by having a good record this year. They have come
out on top and helped to add to the glory ot' Galeton.
This year .lim Campbell, Dave Green, Jack Nelson, and Joe Germino went to Bucknell University and ran
away with honors. Dave won first place in the singles, Joe tied for fifth in singles and Jim and Jack took
first in doubles.
The overall record of this year is 31 wins and 6 losses in the regular season. This shows outstanding abili-
ty and is something we're proud of.
Row l: Jim Campbell. Jack Nelson, Bobby Perry, Joe Germino. Row 2: Mike Pagano, Mike Simkins, Dave Green, Jim Run-
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Thirteen players with individual abilities and
skills were molded into a team through hours of
practice under the direction of Coach Hoza. His ef-
forts in striving for perfection were accompanied
by hard work, time and sacrifice. The school sa-
lutes Coach Hoza and his indispensable assistant,
Lyle Levin, for an outstanding job.
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The '69 J. V. team is showing what a great teaxn they are. With the new skill they acquire at each game, they
will continue to make this a great season. Kneeling: B. ltlainus, J. Gernrino, R. Lechler, H. Pagano. Standing:
Mr. Small, Coach: F. Sullivan, M, Walters, M. Paganu, D. Kerner, Mgr. Nlut Pictured: D. Karschncr, D. Walters,
T. Dake, K. Kjelgaard.
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders-Randa TaraBori, Betty Ann Campbell. Sallie Park-
er. Sandi Cizek, .lane Perry, Kris Kerner.
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders contributed greatly to the team's spirit and arousing
the crowd's pep. We feel you have done a grcatjob.
The girls' team did a good job for the '68 season and tvc're proud of them. We hope that t'o1"69
they will show themselves to be a greater team yet. Practicing many hours, they are preparing to add
another trophy to the showcase at thc entrance. Lct us contribute by showing an interest and attend-
ing the games.
Kneeling: P. Simkins, G. Evans, C. liglcr, J. Perry. Standing: S. Simkins. D. Erhard, C. Tarr, M. ltlilliron..I
Post, Coach Howard, F. Schoonover, W. Sykorzt, S. Detar, M. Leach, L. Norman.
This is the tirst yeur Galeton has ventured forth u volleyball team and they were great. They show
good potential and great interest. Let us show our interest in their keeping up the good work.
Row l: T. Karschner, J. Perry, J. Flynn, G. Evans. Row 2: P. Pifer, D. Earle, D. TarnBori, D, Erltard, L. Ba-
con, S. Lehman. Row 3: Mr. Howard QCoachJ, S. Detar, M. Milliron, C. Egler, J. Platt, J. Post, W. Sykora
few' Gym Ueam
We're glad to see the boys' gym learn back in action again. The boys who are on the team show
that they are concerned and interested in the scliool's outside activities. We hope they keep it up.
Mr. Allen, Advisorg Larry Rnchiele, Alan Frith, Mike Pagano, Frank Sullivan, Harry Pagano. Absent: Barry Mainus
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Row 1: Jeffrey Lazorchak, Charles Williams, Steven Mitchell, Donald Hinman, Richard Lovell, Richard Smith, Stephen
Cochran, William Lusk, Carroll Johnson. Row 21 Gregory Froebel, Kenneth Baker, Kevin Johnson, Robert Penncll, George
Dvoryak, Roy Vargeson, Mark Germino, Larry Hurd, Phil Levin. Row 3: Terry Gorg, Stephen Piaquadio, Stephen Ostrosky,
James Zengerle, Curt Butler, Stephen Nordquist, John Rossettie, Neil Langan, Mr. Richard Thompson, Coach. Row 4: Leon
Parker, Richard Skutski, Tim Batterson, John Pifer, Stanley Welflin, Keith Dimon. Steve Devling, Joseph Pletchcr.
The boys on the Jr. High team are preparing for the future years when they will be playing on the
varsity team. They work very hard and show good potential and ability.
Under the coaching of Mr. Thompson, they will continue to gain more knowledge and skills.
Row l: P. Batterson, M. Salvadge, H. Pagano, J. Nelson, R. Lechler. Row 2: Mr. Smail fCoachJ, J. Kcfover, R. Seltz, M. Pa
gano, F, Sullivan, B. Perry, J. Campbell. Absent: Coach Detar.
The '08 baseball season for the Tiger's team was one ofhard work and fairly good results. Under the su'
pervision ofcoachcs Smail and Detar they tinished fourth in the Tioga County League.
Leading in batting average this year were Jay Kefovcr with .409 and .lim Campbell with .353. Toward thc
end of thc season. .lack Nelson camo on strong raising his average to the .280's. R.B.l. leaders were Bob
Perry and Jay Kcfovcr.
This summer Jim Campbell, lllikc Salvadgc and .lack Nelson were chosen to attend Ted Kluszewski Base+
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fine team, the outlook for the 1969-70 season is promising.
Top Row: D. Pennell, T. Van Gorder, R. Paul, M. Pagano, B. Perry, A. Smith, B. Lechler, A. Keaton, F. Sullivan, J. Nelson,
J. Frith. Bottom Row: M. Leach. T. Dake, B. Mainus, F. Dimon, R. Lechler, K. Rachiele, ll. Pagano, D. Kerner, S, Stamilio,
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WILLIAM R. KARSCHNER
55 Germania Street
FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND
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GALETON GAME ROOM
Saint Bibiana's Church
Gen Repair-Elec 8. Acetylene Welding
Official Pa. Inspection Station
Esso Gas 8. Oil 24 Hr. Wrecker Serv.
Ride the Winner
Cross Fork, Pennsylvania
"Tis in God's Country"
Light Lunches Served
Area Code 717
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Phone 435-8885 Germania' Pa. Charles F. Karschner Owner
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Men, Women's CASA RICCA
Children's Clothing Custom Permanents
Main St. Galeton, Pa.
Cutting I 5'
Bleaching ' 1 '
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When your nose goes on strike, picket!
Those doll rehearsals!
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BEAUTY SALON " f , INN
QUTHBY Leon and Betty
PHOTO SERVICE Patsy, Sallie, Lee, and Gene
Coudersport Pennsylvania Galeton pennsylvania
Quality milk products
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gf Phone 435-2436
LOLHS E' GRECO Galeton Pennsylvania
The Smile of Health
DR. HENRY W. MARTIN
Compliments from Mr. Zip
U. S. Mail Carrier
Pretty is as pretty does.
the Class of 1969
LOG CABIN INN
Famous for its Brook Trout
and Sizzling Steaks
Good Used Cars Our Specialty
DONALD L. HINKLEY
We Furnish to Galeton
High School Safety Patrol
Materials and Dual
Controls for Drivers' Ed.
Uncle Sam wants you.
Compliments of Compliments
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OKF G A L E T O N
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Dick and Mary Seltz Galeton Pennsylvania
Best Wishes from
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E. A. Evans, DDS.
W. F. Coole, DDS.
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MARSHALL'S HONDA SALES
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BEST WISHES New and Used Trailers
TO THE CLASS OF '69
FROM Ph ne Wellsboro, Pa. 724 2161
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THE MODERN SALES
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BOSEK 81 RANKIN
Sales and Service
25 Bridge Street
Our Stock-in Trade is
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To Her Gift Shoppe
On Route 6
V2 Mile East of Galeton
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Feed Grinding and Mixing Hotel Accommodations
Germania Pennsylvania Phone: 43545333
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Compliments of Compliments of
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Congratulations to the -
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All Legal Beverages Served
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Commercial Printing 81 Office
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Compliments of Compliments
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Ice Cream Frozen Foods
Free Home Delivery
"The Corner Drug Store"
BEAUTY SA'-ON GALETON CLEANERS
Oak Street Kenneth Treat, Proprietor
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COUUSFSPOFI Pennsylvania "We are as near as your phone
FREDERICK Compliments of
COMPANY M. C. SWANK
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Coudersport Pennsylvania Garden Plowing
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CATALOG SHOPPING -1035 nf- 6 2? 449
9 North Main Street Gifts
Coudersport Pennsylvania Deer Skin Products
Zenith 8630 Frances ang Herman Lehman
Class of '69
Compliments Of MILTON O. BRAUN
SUNNYDALE FARMS ANNA M. BRAUN
WAG FROME ACRES RESORT
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courteous Visit Our Gift Shop
Service -On U. S. no. 6
Galeton Pennsylvania 8 Miles East of Galeton
GALETON AGWAY INC.
Feed Fertilizer Seed
Direct Loans up to 33,500 and ,
Wellsboro Port Allegany Phone 4352231 ,
Best Wishes Compliments of
MOORE'S AUTO SERVICE SYKORA'S GARAGE
Engine Tune-up a Specialty Carl J. Syko,-a
West Mam Street n Germania ' Pennsylvania
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Howard 8- Katie Heggenstaller
60 Sherman Street 5
Cutting Stock - Wallstone - Veneer
Coping - Treads
Sills - Tile - Mantels - Irregular
Galeton, Pennsylvania 9
Who put pepsi in the onion dish
I-EO L- FONTANEI-LA Dick and Wanda Mosher
93-95 West Main Street
HOWARD C. PATTERSON
Insurance 8t Mutual
Compliments of Compliments of
HOWARD A. DUELL
Dr. 8. Mrs. Francisco B. Villa
Forest View Evergreen Nursery
Genevieve Milliron's Beauty
Elizabeth L. Davis
Tioga County Register 8.
Dewey's Jewelry Adrian Rowe
Wellsboro, Pa. Galeton, Pa.
TaraBori Plumbing and Heating MCNBVY Shoe 5f0f9
Galeton, Pa. Coudersport, Pa.
The First Presbyterian Church Galeton Thompson Lumber Co
Galeton, Pa. Galeton, Pa.
Carter Camp Store John A, Olson
Carter Camp, Pa. Galeton, Pa.
Oak 'N Pine Motel Gail Flickerson
Galeton, Pa. Galeton, Pa.
Parson's Garage 81 Cycle Shop Mahalell and Duvall
Wellsboro, Pa. Coudersport, Pa.
Flossetties Lab Theodore Sykora
Galeton, Pa. Galeton, Pa.
John F. Nelson Ackley 8t Son
Galeton, Pa, Westfield, Pa.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, longl stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowthg
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
Mr. Patrick SmailLour yearbook Advisor
Mr. Adrian Rowe-our Yearbook Photographer
Wendy Sykora 81. Mike Salvadge-for the art work
Mr. Basil Harris-who made our announcements
Mr. N. Jack Coy-Inter-Collegiate Press representative
Delmar Studios-for underclass pictures
Advertisers-who made this our most successful yearbook.
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the Hrst for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference
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