Montoursville High School - Sock Yearbook (Montoursville, PA)

 - Class of 1950

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WY' ' f ifsl -Us D ,Y -7 -- - ff- ,ii '-I Ig X E il A V" 'lg-T Ai it Y- '-' in-ljjl-"-I I I 5, 2 ,., ll'-if L xx Tj- ' . - , 4-5-Q94 X E- -2 ,' ,S ---ff - "-ligg, Q ,, ' Q -'li .4 fg??1: , ' ,gig-jg fifkgv, If' - ??7?11f5T-1 ff' W 1 E Tl -I -L? i One Wanhed Zeau 14750 1950 The town of Montoursvxlle was incorporated as a borough on February 19 1850 Previous to hs time it was known as Tea Town Coffee Town and as lumbering town The naming of the pos offlce Montoursville ln memory of Madam and Andrew Montour was the first effort toward giving the town a fixed tltle The first white settler on the slte of thls borough was John Else He built the flrst houses in town General John Burrows laid out the town in 1820 and began sellmg lots which averaged about fifty dollars At the time when Montoursvllle was incorporated it mcluded an area of 1 365 acres and accord mg to the census of 1890 the populatlon was 1 278 The first borough government was organized on February 21 1853 Schoolmg in Montursville began in 1818 when a stone building was erected near what IS now the front entrance of the public park in back of the present hlgh school bulldmg This building was a small eight sided structure which was long looked upon as a curiosity It was one of the flrst schools built in this county The school term lasted for three months at first and the three Rs were taught Among Montoursville citizens who became state wlde and nationally known was Dr Charles Lose prominent educator author and member of the State General Assembly He was born Marxh 9 1856 and dled at his home 21 Loyalsock Avenue on March 4 1940 From the age of seventeen until h s death he was active along educational lmes At the time of hxs death he was completmg his nmth year as presxdent of the Montoursvllle School Board It was durmg his term of office that the present stone high school building was erected This was ln 1931 Positions he held mcluded Supt of Lycom mg County S hools supt of Wllliamsport Schools president of the Pennsylvania State Educatnonal Association principal of Lock Haven State Teachers College and principal of old Muncy Normal It was while head of Lock Haven College in 1919 that Dr Lose became bllnd He served in the State Assembly from 1925 to 1934 Montoursvllle in the early 1800s had four rellglous denominations but only one meetmg place Lutherans as a church It was called the Umon Church because more than one denomination used it and later the White Church because of its color In 1867 the Methodists erected their present day church m 1868 the Presbyternans built theirs the Lutherans in 1870 and the EplSCOP3.1laI'lS nn 1892 The Evangelicals and Baptists came later The early mdustrles of Montoursvxlle centered around the lumber operatlons which were most important in this area Lumber was extracted from neighboring forests and those of Sullivan County and then were floated down the Loyalsock to local mills Due to hurrled and poor lumbering pro cedures much valuable and beautiful forest land was rulned Nevertheless thls period ln our history was undoubtedly one of the most colorful Rafting and boating were also early important industries The furmture mdustry began m 1884 The most prosperous years in this enterpr se were 1894 to 1920 The only remaining furmture company is the International Montoursvilles other primary in dustrxes at the present time are the Carey McFalls Company which manufactures venetian blmds the H Warshow Company a silk mill and a branch of the Sylvama Electric Products Company Montoursvxlle is overly fortunate m that it has one of the most modern alrports of any town its size which serves the Williamsport area The site for the landing field was chosen in 1928 Smce the construction of the modem terminal admlmstratlon building local air servlce has increased and today the airport has a value of approximately S1 500 000 The cltlzens of Montoursvllle did their share in protecting our country and our liberties ln World Wars I and II both in the armed servmces and on the home front Montoursvxlle lost twenty mne men and one woman ln these world conflicts February 19 1950 marked the 100th anniversary of the incorporation of Montoursvxlle as a bor ough by the state assembly As we look back now we can vxsuallze the remarkable progress of our community Montoursvnlle now has a population cf about 3 304 is one of the largest boroughs in area in the state and is a very prosperous and interesting town The actual celebration of this anmver sary will take place from June 25 to Julv 1 of this year with a gala centenmal Jubilee Let us not be satisfied with what has been accomplished but seek to make our town better in the years which he ahead 6 - This was the school building. In 1839' a frame house was built and useli by the Methodists and the X xx Aff Af -J' mhz ah s Imflz nz and ou! n sflmni V14 fhzs In b zu Ifzhuf and an an lafmn fn fun fu Juzclcuzcr c ru flux 'Ji bm! to Lady H1 mln and lord I,-:man m up 11 fuufznn of thru unsfl hxh 1mrf1111mfzm1 nz mn fm, ,..,,,,h sf 4 H 37 I 5 24 E ' J.:,Q 1 is h Y' s A X X , X 14: V 4 , -- . . - , In ML- ff .- 19. r ' H ' . ." , , , ., Al K f 1 4 1 , . ' - X . -- 1' 1 is . ... .I l . ,I c l .. h 5' 541 'Q f - A lJ " ' ' ofl " 1' f - E, ' N xpi' ' I f turf S" FQ? I , It fa. ' ff 1 M' , V 2 U , 7? Q 14, , 63' x 7e4g4m4 Frrst Row Mr Helm Mrs Wrlcox Mr Wrnner Mr Yeigle Mr H Fry Mr Blau Mrs Chapman Mr Smrth Second Pow Mess s Reed Larson Sryder Dertrrck Hrller Strouble W Fry THE MONTOURSVILLE IOINT AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT The present Montoursvrlle Area Ionrt School Drstrrct rncludes the Townshrps of Eldred, Farrfreld Gamble Plunkett s Creek and Upper Falrfreld, and the Borough of Montour svrlle Each drstrrct has frxe school drrectors and a rornt board of thnty members manage the affarrs of the Jornt drstrrct Thrs board meets the sccond Tuesdav of Aprrl of efrch rear for orgfanrzatron It can meet rn specrfrl sesslons rf necessrrx The offrcers of a Jornt board correspond to the offrcers rn rm school d1StllCf 'md frre presrdent one or more vrce presrdcnts secretfrrx, and t19'l'iLll er The pr esrdent NICE presrdents, 'rnd treasurer must be members of the component boards The secret'11x need not be a board menrber The present offrcers of the rornt board are Horace S Helm of Mon toursvrlle Borough presrdent I3ruceEder of Upper Farrfreld Tounshrp lst xrce presrderrt Joseph Blarr of Plunketts Creek Townslrrp Pnd xrce presrderrt Paul Vtnrrrer of Eldred Toxxrrshrp secretarx Robert Dl9tIlClx of Montoursvrlle Borough trersurer The lan requrres that the treasurer of the Jornt board must be a trersurtr of on of t re bo rrds rrrcluded rn the Jorrrt d strrct lftr txpedrtrru rrrd conu nrtrrt rrr Irrrrcllrng tlrt lrusrrrtss of the rrer drstrrct a Jornt tomrnrttee rs ruthorrfed urtlr powers to ut rn nerrlx ll matters of lrusmess F rch drstr rct selects tvso of rts members to represent rt md thus a commrttee of txxelxe members rs set upto trans at the regular busrrress of the Jornt borrd Ther meet rn regulrr sessrorr once 1 month and as mlm others trmes rn spttr rl sessrorr rs busrness m rx rtqrrrrt 10 l . 1 , . . 1 'fi' I . , , 1 '. , ' v , ., . . 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" K X ,ii 15- x J" ff - N V 'J I Q :la-5, A ' I Y in V F-i- Y 7 i 1 BETTY JANE ALLISON Genm al Gxrls Chorus 1 2 3 Tn I-I1Y 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 1 Presldent 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captam 3 Vol1eyhall3 4 Gym Club 2 FHA 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 J V C1eer leaders 1 Peeks Bad Boy 4 Sock Staff 4 Meteor Staff 4 Muszc as well Saul to be the speech of angels-Carlyle GEORGE L ANSTADT Academzc Georgze 1-I Y 1 2 Lord' I wonder what fool zt was that NANCY ARTLEY Commerczal Nanny Glrls Chorus 1 2 Tr1Hl Y 2 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Gym Club 3 4 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Eyes, look your last' Arms take your last embrace Shak speare HELEN BASH NICK General Helen Trl H1 Y 1 2 FHA 2 4 Secretary 4 Vol leyball 3 Meteor Staff 4 A sweet attractwe kmd of grace Boydon ' "B.J." .. A . .. ' KK ' DI i- , . invented kissing.- ' il fi , , , . 1 , . 1, 2, - e I ll 77 EDGAR F BERRY, JR Academzc Skzp Class Presldent 1 Treasurer 3 Vice Presl dent 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Co-Captain 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Sock Staff 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 President Jr Hxgh Basketball 1 Newsette Staff Gods rarest blessmg zs, after al a good woman Meredzth ALICE BOSCH G ern I al Boschze Trl H1 Y 1 2 Gxrls Chorus 1 2 3 Mixed 4 volleyball 4 Sweet Alzce whose hazr was so brown Englzsh J OH N BOWER A grzc ulture Bow er FFA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Vnce Pres1 dent 3 Treasurer 4 Peck s Bad Boy 4 Many small make a great Heywood ANN CAMPBELL Gcrzeral Canamel Tn H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Vnce Presxdent 1 FH A 3 4 Presxdent 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 Old Doc 3 Sock Staff 4 Meteor Staff 4 Bas ketball 2 3 Co Captam 3 Volleyball 3 Love me, love my dog Heywood ' . D ll ' ll '- , , , . . 4. . ' . 1. , . . V I, j , su X ' H Chorus 1, 2. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. Asst. Secretary ' X u n 2 , , C6 I I! 3 5 LEONA E CASSELBURY Comme: czal Leona Trl H1 Y 1 2. Glrls Chorus 1 2 FHA 3 4 Delegate to FHA Convention at hem Castle 4 Make hay uhzle the sun Qhmee Hey ll ood FRED A CLEES Agrzcaltun Fritz Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 J V Basketball 1 Student Councnl lBoys Ath letncsl 4 Boys Chorus 1 2 3 FFA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 3 Reporter 4 I-Ixstory Club 1 He hath eaten me out of house ami home-Shakespeare DALE C CRISWELL General Dale Football 3 I Handsome as that handsome does Goldsmzth DONALD L ERTEL Acadcmu' Don Student Councll Presxdent 4 I-I1 Y 1 2 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Co Cap tan 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 J V Basket ba 1 Who can mrmtle agamst sleep Tuppfr DONNA ERTEL Acad mac Don na Class Presldent 1 Se xetary 2 Presndent 3 Trl H1 Y 1 2 Gym Club 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Bae letb ll 1 2 3 4 Captam 2 Volleyball 3 4 EJ tor of Sock 4 J V Cheerleaders 1 r Cheer eaders 2 3 4 Art Club 4 Vlce Presl ent 4 Nevssette Arl. Edxtor 1 The secret of szzrczsb as constanzy 0flIllI1IOSl Dzsraah LAWRENCE PAY Gfnnal buzn oys Choi us 1 H story Club 1 Peck 5 Bad Happy am I fiom fale Im fn: Why arent thry all lzhc mf La Bayadne EUGENE XV FELLINGER qnculfun Sflld A12 Laclz man napa on hzs ou n farm Plauf as X IPGINIA M FRVELER Genual Gznnu Tr1H Y 1 2 FFA 3 Volleyball 3 4 Isfzfofdtov y i . . . . S . d . ' ' ' . I 2 ' A. D I 1 f ", D ' . 1' . " ' " Roy" tllusixzcss Manager! 4. Meteor Staff 4. , . . . ,. 1 ' . , ,f , I , , . - ' , V ' - , lg-, 1 . C A, 'f " 7" " F.F. . . . 3, 4. v 1 . . ', . . 1 t i' 1 ' LCC.-Ly! l CARL E FRY om merczal Buzz Boys Chorus 1 2 3 J V Basketball Mgr 1 Football Mgr 1 2 3 4 Basketball Mgr 3 4 Old Doc 3 Meteor Staff 4 H1Y 1 2 3 Secretary 4 Sock Staff 4 Cut and come agazn.-Crable 43 LOREN FRY Arademzc Lorenzo H Y 1 2 3 It zs not good that man should be alone fOld Testament! CHARLES W FULLMER Academic Chas H1 Y 1 2 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Art Club 4 Sock Staff Busmess Manager 4 No good man ever grew rzch all at once Syrus PAUL E GAWBLICK Gem ral Chzck Lzke a dog he hunts zn hw dreams Tennyson . F ' fl Y! , , v n - . . . . . , , , . . u up - , . . . ' , , . . . s ' ll Y? 1 I- , , . Q . ' It 7? f . ' v v - s n v - - , . J If ' If , .T JOHN E HAKES Commerczal Jack H1 Y 1 2 Hnstory Club 1 Boys Chorus 1 Knowledge as power Bacon ROBERT V HANNER General Hanner Football 1 2 3 4 He gets through too late who goes too fast Syrus JOYCE C HARNER Gene ral Jerce Tr1H1Y 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 FFA 2 Meteor Staff 4 Basketball 2 3 Old Doc 3 Ambztwn has no risks Lytton KENNETH R HECKMAN Academzc Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 H1 Y 2 Class Sec retary 4 Peck s Bad Boy 4 Sock Staff 4 Blushmg es the color of mrtue Henry ' ll I! . . I ii ll I rc an 3, 4. Vice President 4. Girls Chorus 1, 2. ' "KR", DON B HEQSLER .flcadz mzc Mzkz Clash President 4 Secretary 3 Boys Chorus. 1 .I V Basketball 1 I-I1 Y 3 4 Treasurer 2 Football 1 2, 3 4 Bas letball 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Old Doc uslre s Manager 3 A notwcablc man with large blur eym. Wadsworth GAL!-:N HESSLER Commr rczal Cham Football 3 ootball was a brutal game Cochrane JULIA HIGGINS G4 mmf Julza Tn H1 Y 1 2 3 4 S cretary 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Gym Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Old Doc 3 To lcrvv, chemdz, and to obey LAURx E HIPPLE Commrrczal Laura. T1 11 Y 2 FFA 4 Frazlzty thy mme 'L-S woman' Shakfxp are . . . . '- 1. 2, B- ' . S . ' I I h I4 A , ' KA YP I once admitted-to my shame that ', , n -1 nr I " AA fl r'-' '- . . . . . . y . .- DON R KAISER Acad: mzc Kazser H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class vxce president 2 HIS tory Club 1 J V Basketball 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Co Capta1n 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 All manllmd lowes fl lm er -Sheldon ESTHUR M KARSCHNER Gfneml Esther Tm H1 Y 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Glrls Chorus 1 2 Art Club 4 Sha kespeare ALICE Kos KEY Com mu czal Alzce Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 Gnrls Chorus 1 2 Volley ball 3 4 Gym Club 1 2 D1 s-patch is the soul of busmess Chestm fzelcl BETTY ANN LITTLE Gr neral Tmy 1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 F H A 2 3 4 G1 Chorus 1 2 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Kansas Cxty FHA Conventxon O Romeo, Romeo, where art thou Romeo Shakespeare I ' fl ' 97 ' K4 PV f D' v 1 I , u , I Jr Speak low if you speak love.- , , ' I If ' rr I .' F l 1, , u - rr Tr'- '- . , , . . . . , , . 'rls , , ' I . H FRANKLIN LITTLE Acadf mzc Frank H Y 1 2 Bcy Chorus 4 Mlxed Chorus 0 at is excellent to have gzants strength Shakespeare EVELYN L LONG G neral E me Glrls Chorus 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 Tn H Y 1 2 Basketball 4 A mot urs przd , a fathers joy Scott LAWRENCE P LUNDY Class Terasurer 4 H1 Y 1 2 Boys Chorus 1 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Sock Staff 4 Baseball 2 3 J V Basketball 1 Football Bzcl me dzscow se, and I wzll enchant t me ear Shakespeare DORIS MAHAFFEY Guzual Rusty Tr1HxY1 2 FHA 3 4 G1rlsChorus1 2 Mlxcd Chorus 1 2 Volleyball 4 Hatch your wagon to a star Emwson , ' sl V I n . v ,, . ,' , . -4 0. . 3, 4. ! 1 V I n I ' H v ll J ' 0 1 ' 1 Academic "Larry" 1, 2. 3, 4. :LI ' FT f - 5' U ,, 3. ' , . ' . , . MARTHA JEAN MANz Gfnrnrl Moubr Tr1 Hx Y 1 2 Gxrls Chorus 1 2 Art Club 4 Marrzage zs a desparate thmg Emfmon FAYE MAUSTEIJLER G 1 7l!"I'llf M a usy Glrls Chorus 1 2 3 Trl H1Y 1 2 3 4 F H A 3 4 HlSt0Tl8h J V Cheerleader 1 Sr Cheerleader 2 3 4 Pecks Bad Boy' 4 Meteor Staff 4 Basketball 2 3 Bcautzful tyrant' Fzend angelzcaff Shakes-pzfare GROVER L MCKEE Vlce Prcsldent of Class 1 Football 3 4 Hlstory Club 1 Boys Chorus 1 H1 Y Old Doc 3 Pccks Bad Boy 4 Meteor Staff 4 The surest way to hzt a woman s heart is to take azm kneelmg Jerrold RUTH MEN1lZ.NXHALL G1 'neral Mendy T1H1Y 1 2 3 4 Presxdent 1 G1 ls Chorus 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Volley l:all 3 4 Gym Club 2 4 FHA 3 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Sock Staff Advertisement Mgr 4 Art Club 4 Meteor Staff 4 Better late than nefter Henry 1 1' U If' ' I' , . . , . ,. . , so 1 ' n v - " G' v v v - , Gvnrfral "Fibbt0'r" . F . .- I 1 ' J ,,.h 2 KK 7 r'- '- . . , . ' . 'r 1 v 1 Q I Q 9 I 1 .. . ., 1 ' I r -1. SHIRLEY MEPZGER Com merczal Peanut TnHxY 1 2 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Vol leyball 3 4 Gu-ls Chorus 1 2 3 Gym Club 2 Varu ty zs the spzce of lzfe -Cowpefr CLYDE MILLER Commerczal I ben Hxstory Club 1 Old Doc 3 Pecks Bad Bo 4 Mad as a March hare Heywood SHIRLEY J MILLER G1 ne? al Shzrl Y 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Presxdent 4 Gym Club 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Volleyball 4 Meteor Staff 4 Old Doc 3 Art Club 4 bozl at dzfferent degrees Emerson SHEILA R MOSER Academic Shecla Tn H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Meteor Staff 4 Pecks Bad Boy 4 Student Oouncxl 4 vace pres: dent Basketball 3 A soul as uhzte as heaven Beaumont V ' ll ID .' I' n v - n r v 1 ' V ' . I 7 ' ' K1 II ' ll ll ll I y.. ' , , u ' n Transferred from Williamsport 2. Tri-Hi- We ' ' 4 .- , ' an V' n - -- .. . ,, U . ' . .- BETTY PEERMAN General Befty r1HlY1 2 3 4 Baskethalll 2 3 4 Vol leyball 3 4 Delegate to Student Council Conference 3 Gym Club 3 4 Sock Staff 4 Old Doc 3 Why dont the 'men propose, Mama? Bayly FREDERICK L PEET Agriculture Peet F F A 1 23 4 Vlce PresJdent 2 Secretary ladzes -Johnson ELEANOR PENTZ A cademzc Pentzy Trl H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Presxdent 3 Glrls Chorus 1 2. Gym Club 3 4 Basketball 4 Meteor Staff 4 Volleyball 3 4 The farmers daughter hath soft brown haw lButter, eggs and a pound of chees J-Calverly RICHARD M REEDER Academic DN-ll Y12 Well tzmed szlence has more eloquence than speech ,B I cs rr T'- - . . . . . . . . - ." 1, ' , , u an 3, 4. I am very fond of the company of ' KK PD ! ,8 , gi ' U ' ,U Hi- , ,4. HOMER T RIC KABAUGH Acadvmzc Homer Transferred from Slatmgton Pa 3 Scxence Club 1 Slate Staff 2 3 Jr Classlcal Lea gue 2 3 Internatnonal Frxendshxp Club 3 Gym Club 2 3 H1 Y 2 Boys Chorus 3 4 Sock Staff Llterary Fdltor 4 Baseball 3 To me to lwe zs Chrzst, Phzllzpzans 1 21 RAMON W RICKABAUGH Gr mira! Rami' Transferred from Slatmgton Pa. 3 Class Treasurer 1 Gym Club 1 3 Current Events Club 2 Art Club 2 Slate Staff 2 Meteor Staff 4 Intermural Basketball 2 Base b 2 3 4 PH YLLIS SAUTER Commf rzcal Phzl Trl H1 Y 1 2 3 Secretary 2 Glrls Chorus 1 Volleyball 3 Old Doc 3 The magzc of a fare Carew MABLE SCHULTZ Acadf mm Mable G rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mnxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band 2 4 Dance Band 4 Tr1Hl Y 1 Art Club 4 Volleyball 3 4 Basketball Practzcv zs the best of all mstructors Syrus ' n , n 2 M ,il all , , . Work first, then rest.-Ruskin j ' il ' 77 , - 4. n 2. . , . 3, 4. TDM SPITLER A cadf mzc Dutch C' s Treasurer 2 Vxce President 3 News c te Staff 1 Football 1 2, 3 4 Basketball 1 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 H1Y' 1 2 Presl de t 2 Old Doc 3 So k Staff 4 O Le foot m the grave Fletcher HERB SPRINGMAN General Herb H1Y 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 1 4 Mnxed. Chorus 4 Football 4 Tu :rd arzng elegance of female frzenclshzp -Johnson C ALFRED STARR Acaclemzc II1Y 1 2 3 4 Treasurer-4 Football 1 2 3 4 Ea ketball 2 3 4 Bas ball 1 2 Boys Chorus 1 History Club 1 J V Bas ketball 1 It as better to learn late than, never S Jrus J E XNELTA STEINHACK Academic Jzm G1 ls Cho us 1 2 Tr1Hi Y 1 2 4 Volley bll3 4 Gym Club3 4 ArtClub3 4 Pccks Bad Boy 4 Sock Staff 4 Love dartzng eyes -Mzlton. , - 44 , vs ACE . ' I . - ,. . . , , . . . . , , . ' , . " ., .. ., ,, ., . . . . . , x, it !! ' v y y o y . 'I I 11 I' I ' , . . ., . . . ' HAI!! - . . . . - , L , . s , , . 'e , ,3, 4. V - L . -Q . ' ll ' Y? "' v' '- - - . . , . , , . - - , . , . , - .. . .. f . - v y . -. u RAY MOND L STROUBLE Ag? :culture Ray FFA 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent3 4 c agrzcultural populatzon, says Cato pmducas the bravest men Plmy the Elder LOUIS STROUSE Edltor of Newsette 1 I-I1Y 1 2 Boys Chorus 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Art Club 4 Sock Staff 4 Cn' ulatlon Mgr Meteor Staff 4 Although the last not tlzf lrast Shaluspran ,' .1 n Th! ' ' , . . , D -. f' ,2 General "Loma" 4 y , , 1, . 1 '2 'I Sendo: Uday Sept 6 1949 We began our last year at MH s today Sept 14 At a class meetmg th1s morn mg we elected our offlcers They are presldent Don Hessler v1ce pres dent Edgar Berry secretary Kenneth Heck man and t easurer Larry Lundy Sept 20-We had our f rst vacatlon the day off to attend the Hughesvllle Faxr Sept 27 We were gxven tl kets and had off th1s afternoon to attend the State Pollce Rodeo at Bowman Fleld Sept 29 The student body voted ln favor of the proposed Student Council 332 to Sept 30 A lot of us took off today for the Bloomsburg Fair Oct 1 We held a bake sale th1s momxng ln front of Bennetts Hardware Store Oct 7 No s' hool today The teachers went to the Lock Haven Conference Oct 14 At the pep rally ln preparatlon for the South Wllllamsport Montour football game some of the gxrls donned football umforms and gave us a sample of tomorrows game uslng a deflated football Mr Stumof the referee had a hard tlme keepmg the game under con tro Oct 19 We sen1ors took a competltxve test this mornmg on Pennsylvama con junctxon wxth the celebratlon of Penn sylx an1a Week Oct 20 We 1n1t1ated the sophomores th1s evemng We had lots of fun' The absentee s11p was really crowded today Nov 3 4 Two more days off th s tlme for County Instltute Nov 7 A man spoke to us 1n lass meet mg about Soclal Securlty Nov 8 We began conductlng a publl ODHIIOH noll on local sub e ts of mterest for PO D Nov 11 Arm stlce Day no sr-hool We held a rummage sale 1n W1ll1amsport today Nov 15 We semors made a POD f1e1d trlp by bus thus mormrg We attended a sesslon of the crlmxnal court escorted by Mr Stumpf Nov 24 25-Thanksglvmg vacatlon Nov 28 No school today elther because we also had off for the openmg of d er season Dec 6 7 Mlss Whxte was absent Dec 8 The newly organxzed band made lts debut 1n assembly th1s mornmg Dec 21 Today we saw our flrst full length mov1e secured and flnanced bv the sen1or hugh Englxsh classes It was The Song of Bernadette Dec 22 Our glorxous Chrxstmas vacatxon began Jan 3 1950 The flrst day of school this year Jan 16- To be or not to be-etc Today was D day for th1s long memory selectlon from Hamlet Jan 19 20 Everyone began sharpenlng thelr pen c1ls and probably thelr mmds It wa.s tlme for mld year exams Some of us were caught off guard because the date for the mld years was unexpectedly moved up several days Feb 9-Some of the sophomores great actors lm personated famous people ln assembly These people happened to be members of the faculty Mrs Clara Robbms spoke to us also about what MOHt0UTSV1116 was lxke years ago Feb 16-Saw the second long movxe It was Guadalcanal Dxary March 2 The faculty played the semors m baske' ball last perxod th1s afternoon The cheerleaders for the faculty were Mrs Wright Mrs Hensler M1ss McCoy and Mxss Whlte The sen1or cheer leaders were Grover McKee George Anstadt Lawre ce Fay and Tom Spxtler Naturally the semors won The score was 41 to 32 March 8-Some of us took cholarshlp tests lor Juniata College th1s afternoon March 9 Another full length movie It was Sxt txng Pretty March 16 14 Hooray' Two days for us because of the Sen1or Class play It was Pecks Bad Boy and was dlrected by Mr Wlnger We had a good crowd both mghts after much advertxsmg March 17 Mr Lyter the Prmclpal broke ground for the new Jr Hxgh school bulldlng and gym March 23 Surprlse vacatlon Eleven lnches of snow fell on th1s the thlrd day of spnng and we had no s hool March 27 Had a specxal assembly ln the form of the Chlcago Trumpet Trlo wlth piano accompanl ment Maxxh 29 MISS Whlte unexpectedly brlghtened the outlook for the rema1nder of our last year ln 'ugh school by shockmgly cancelmg all further lltera ture work 1nclud ng notebooks memory selec t1ons and book reports March 30 Saw Call Northslde 777 th1s mornmg Aprll 7 Easter vacatlon Aprxl 17 The Athlet c Banquet was held th1s even 1ng Aprll 20 Saw Sun Valley Serenade this morn mg Apnl 27 28 The Jr Class presented th lr play Golng on Seventeen It was dlrected by Mr Sturnpf May 11 We saw our last full length movie- Iron Curtaln M y 12 The Jumor and senxor glrls made thelr parents dlg deeper so they could buy new dresses for the Jr Sr Prom May 17 18 Sen1or exams May 22 Class day Sen1or vacatlon began Every one else looked so sad fespecxally the Junnorsl May 23 24 20 Sen or Class trlp to New York We wlll never forget the fun we had May 28 Baccalaureate servxce Rev Clyde E Rxck baugh dehvered the sermon June 2 At last commencement the dav we were all waxtmg for arrlved I believe most of us felt a httle sad about the fact that th1s was the end of our h1gh school days We recelved our dlplomas and parted each ln has own way 27 i ' y ll I! 51 - , . , . - . . 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' ' l 1 7 I 6la44Wc'4z'ow In September 1938 the class of 1950 began the flrst and hardest mlle of school the f11st grade Some of us were ln Mlss Weavers room and the rest of us were under the mstructlon of Mlss Hettler The most won derful thlng on the flrst floor the rhythm band was 1n Mlss Hettlers room Faye Mausteller played the tuangle but she Just couldnt keep tlme on that thlng The funnlest thmg that happened thls year was the tlme when a certaln httle boy who couldn t walt and so wet hls pants whlle at the blackboard In the second grade under the supervlslon of Mlss Hoffman and Mlss Hartman we learned to fmger palnt and to wrlte Some of the Wrltlflg looked as bad as the fmger pamtmg It was ln this grade that Clyde Mlller got a paddllng for knockmg Arthur Flggles down on the lce sllde In the thlrd grade we had the pleasure of standlng ln the corner when we were caught chewlng bubble gum sometlmes all four corners were fllled Th1s year under the tutormg of Mlss Eder was a dlsappomtment ln that lf anyone dropped a marble on the floor she would plck lt up and put It IH a speclal box Of course at the end of the year there was a marble scramble but It always seemed that one dldn t get back what he had put ln Mxss Alhson our teacher ln fourth grad got marrled durmg that year When she returned from her honeymoon she found her room decorated w1th old shoes and tollet paper D1d you know that Fred Clees was locked ln her closet for f1ght1ng" In the flfth grade we had our flrst glxmpse of stage l1fe Under the PRINCESS Don KalS6T had the leadxng role He played the part of a romeo of course thlS wasnt any new experlence for h1m because you must remember he was ten years old then We learned how to work with fractlons thls year and also had alphabetical problems out of our hlstory books In the slxth grade Mrs Bathurst told us that we were st1ll chlldlsh and here we were supposed to be settlng an example for the other chxldren Thls year Don Kalser got a httle competltlon m the person of Skxp Berry All the glrls were Slmply mad about hlm Most of them gave up hope though We soon came to the beglnnmg of the end seventh grade MISS Flscher and Mlss Broclus w ere our new teachers J ulla Hlgglns once asked lf she should do her ar1thmet1c the Franklln way One day the gxrls declded that they were t11ed of school so they put 1ce under the ther mometer and due to the almost freezing temperatures they were excused from school After surv1v1ng thls year we felt ready to tackle the elghth grade We soon became fond of partles and took up the pastlme of plavmg post office Mlss Null really dld lay the wolk on-elther ln the form of flfty statements or else stay m after school We declded that the best solutlon to thls problem was to get up and go home as soon as the last bell rang We were very proud of Donna Ertel and Edgar Berry when they vson the Leglon Awards on Memorlal Dax 28 7 P ' . - . i g . . , . . Z . ,' 7 7 ,. . , ' 7 . . ' . V , V . . . 7 , . . u . n : I . . - . . ' , n 1 o s n , . - , . , . , . . . . A . . 7 V7 ' 7 direction of Mrs. Hoyt, our teacher, we put on the play, THE PROUD ' . 1 y n. 4 7 7 7 . , . 7 . . . .. . ,, . ,g , . 1 Q 1 . . Q l - . - I . ' ' ' u ' ya - 7 7 o n 1 ' . 1 n .1 tl v 77 IC ' 77 ' . Klan qfwtofuf In the nmth grade Mr Smlth was our home room teacher Thls year we were faced wlth the b1g questlon of what course to take When every one had fmally declded the academ1c sat ln the rear and the commerclals 1n the front of the audltorlum We had lots of fun wlth Mr Smith and hls Jokes There was lots of fun to be had 1n Latln class too We would brxng pretzels to eat and then pray that We wouldn t be called on to re cite Every Frlday when we had Latm ln the hlgh school almost every one would forget the1r books We would then be so dlsappolnted because we had to go back to the other bu1ld1ng for them Our class was really enlarged Wlth the add1t1on of pup1ls from the country By the end of the year we knew each otner well enough to pre sent what we thought was a bang up commencement Practlcally everyone had somethmg to do 1n the program I can st1ll see Grover Mc Kee scrubblng the floor and Bob Hanner peellng potatoes We had a b1g party after the graduatlon After th1s some of the wheels declded to go to the Wllmont for refreshments They walked They also woke up everybody on the way The famous glrls hen sesslons orlglnated th1s year They often hold a rooster nlght Home room teachers 1n the sophomore year were Mlss McCoy Mrs W11l1s and Mr Wmger The glrls ln Mrs W1ll1s room always used to leave the room by the way of the w1ndow so as to beat the other glrls to gym classes In1t1at1ons werent too Stlff They were done at a party Although we werent supposed to vse had a swell tlme Ken Heckman Jomed the boys th1s year and the g1rls were blessed Wlth the arrlval of Sh1rley Mlller The Trl H1 Y was the host to the1r annual conventlon The bovs enjoyed the dance Saturday nlght more than anythlng but the glrls enjoyed It less than anytlnng In our Jumor year Mlss Whxte and Mr Hogan were our class ad vlsors Just about all we thought about was maklng money The academlc students were lntroduced to Span1sh and physlcs Homer and Ramon Rlckabaugh Jolned us the second semester of tns year Our class play th1S year was entltled Old Doc Soon after th1s we began plannlng for the Jr Sr Prom As entertamment for th1s occaslon we had f1ve of the guls smg They were Sh1rley Mlller Jeanetta Stemback Joyce Harner Faye Mausteller and Betty Jane AlllSOH It went over very well To top off our Junlor year we held an out1ng at Rolllng Green Now to start our last and flnal year of high school w1th Mrs Hensler Mrs Nuggent and Mr Prlce We soon settled to the the fact that we were further ahead IH our schoolmg than the rest of the classes Larry Lundy won f1rst prlze ln the Pennsylvanla Week QUIZ and Donna Ertel took second We had several full length movles th1s year Thls year we put on the play entltled Peck s Bad Boy It was a great success N o school for the sen1ors the two days of the play Senlor Class Day was May 19 We had charge of the assembly We vnent on our class trlp to New York dur1ng the fourth week of May after our vacatlon had begun Bac calaureate servlce was held on Sunday May 28 On June 2 the blg nlght for Whlch we had walted twelve years had arr1ved Commencement was before us The theme of our program was the MOHt0UfSVlll8 C ntenmal Th1s cllmaxed our twelve worthwlnle years of educatxon at Montoursvllle Hlgh School 29 I . . . - v . . n' rr - - - . 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V . 1 - 9 , , 9 . 66444 ?za,e4ecg I Merl1n the royal sorcerer and sootnsayer have been summoned to p1 opl1esv the fortune of the Class of 1950 of Montoursv1lle H1gh School As I stare mto the brlght and steady flame of my mystlc fire I beg1n to forsee encourag1ng omens The smoke IS now dr1ft1ng away and I v1sual1ze fifty e1gl1t 1nd1v1duals 1n thc year n1neteen hundred and slxtv Most of them have fulfilled the1r amb1t1ons exceptmg those who had none when they graduated The most startlmfv personal1tv I s1ngle out IS that of Frankl1n L1ttle who has Just returned from Ven IS ga1n1ng world renown ln makmg the first successful mterplanetfmry voy age 1n h1s own space sh1p Next I see that Leona Casselbury had a terr1ble nlghtmare and cut off her halr Alfred Starr has dlscovered tl1e fountaln of outh 1n h1s uest for ad to enter fi1 st grade w1th h1s ch1ldren Mabel Schultz has Just recently made her debut 1n Carneg1e Hall John Bower and Grover Mc iee have 1o1ned the famous George An stadt World of Mlrth shows John performs as the world s smallest g1ant and Grover as the world s lar gest mldget Nancy Artley has been elected hon orary presldent of the Campf1re G1rls Charles Fullmer IS the d1rector of a large motlon plcture stJd1o 1n Hollywood Donna Ert l bemv the lead1ng womens clothes d9Slg'llBI' IS employ ed 1n the studlo to create and des1gn costumes for h1s product1ons Helen Bashmck IS also emploved there as the ch1ef han' dresser and make up art1st H1s latest produc t1on IS ent1tled The Three Stoog esses and stars Ann Campbell Joy ce Harner and Faye M3USt9ll9l Raymond Strouble IS the new sec xctary of ag11culture 1n the Pres1 d nts cablnet Shlrley Metzger IS one of h1s department secletarles Vlrglnla Freezer has establ1shed a new round the world fl1ght record 1n a conventlonal rocket plane Paul Brlng em Back Al1ve Gaw bl1ck IS now on a b1g game hunt 1n Alaska It seems that there IS a strong element among tl1e g1rls of the Class of 50 Wltll the slo an Go west young woman' Ruth Mendenhall went out West some t1me ago to see the cowboys but never came back She m1 st have met one by the name of Stackhouse Betty Ann L1ttle IS runn1ng the L1ttle B X horse ranch 1n southern Cal1forn1a Jeanetta Ste1nback 1S her ch1ef ranch hand She IS kept there to attract vacat1on mg dudes to the ranch Dorls Ma west but SIHCC havmg settled down wlth a drug store cowboy lt IS doubt ful whether she w1ll ever succeed Nevertheless I bel1eve she IS happy the way she IS Tom Spltler IS creatlng a stupend ous monopoly 1n the automoblle 1n dustry wlth a new sensat1onal low pr1ced Packard Bob Hanner has also developed a great lnterest 1n au tomoblles but lnstead of maklng them he would rather wreck them He IS now tourmg the country wlth J O16 Ch1twood s famous Hell Drxvers Julla Hlg'g1HS IS ln the runn1ng for the 1960 Mrs Amer1ca t1tle Her h1sband B111 Ader IS ln charge of all photos Rlchard Reeder IS laboratory tech n1c1an IH the Dupont research dc partment Homer Rmhabaugh IS do1ng well as a Presby te11'1n m1n1ster 1 D 9 I ' , V A , 7 I. . .- v , A , . . . ! - . . . 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I ' 30 65444 Pwflecg Eleanor Pentz has been coachmg a womens professlonal basketball team They are supposed to have much the same techmque as the Globe Trotters They have been champs for three years IH a row Also m the sports world IS Galen Hessler a blg time boxlng promoter 1n New York Two of h1s boxers y Dale Crlswell and Donald Ertel are the present champlons ln thelr welght classes Edgar Berry IS hls buslness admlmstrator The strange thmg about thls organlzatlon ns the fact that twenty dlfferent sec retarles have been employed m the last two vears Sklp seems to be havlng dlfflculty namel Laura Hlpple went to Collegevxlle as an 0ff1C8 wlfe She must have llked lt there because she hasnt re- turned Don Kalser has recently opened a law attornev offxce m Wllllamsport He won h1s flrst case ln favor of Carl Fry ln the Lycomlng County courts on a charge of assault and battery fWho was the unlucky person'7j Now let us glance at the local scene 1n and around Montoursvxlle John Hakes and Fred Clees are the co owners of a large and prosperous truck farm just outslde of town Eu gene Fellmger lS ralsmg cha pxon plgs on h1S farm Clyde Mlller IS the Gu ilube fGulf lubej grease monkey at hls fathers servlce statlon Don Hessler IS a very profxclent mechanlc at Wentz ler s garage Shxrlev Mlller Evelyn Long and Shella Moser are the owners and op erators of a large new hospltal on the outsklrts of town A rlch farmer patlent Fred Peet IS the benevolent one who renders extra financlal sup port when needed Herb Sprmgman IS the chxef ambulance drlver H always gets hls patlents to the hospl tal IH tlme Phylhs Sauter has opened a new skatmg r1nk ln compet1t1on Wlth Kramers She caters especlally to students of Montoursvllle Hlgh School Betty Jane Alllson has returned to M H S as the gym and muscle bu1ld mg mstructor In addltlon she has been honored as Mlss Atlas of the decade Larry Lundy havlng gradu ated from Penn State has also re turned to M H S as a teacher ln the sclence department Betty Peerman IS the commerclal teacher Louls Strouse lS the editor of the new M0ntOUFSV1lle Journal a weekly newspaper Ramon Rlchabaugh IS h1s star reporter When Grover Mc Kee IS not travellng wlth the slde shows durlng the off clrcus season he can be found dashmg around the newspaper Off1Ce carpenter s Wlfe Martha Manz IS a cont nted farmers wlfe Kenneth Heckman got so mad that he busted wh1le domg a plastermg Job when Loren Fry the proud bach elor of town who IS ln the truckmg buslness falled to dellver enough plaster on tlme Allce Koskey a secretary for a local buslness firm IS contmually pestered w1th notlces from the boss wlfe reprlmandmg her for Slttlllg on the boss lap Esther Karschner Jomed the staff of the Umted States Post Offlce Lawrence Fay went glrl crazv after g1v1ng up hopes for a successful potato chlp factory and was com m1tt d to a proper mstltutlon for a brlef period of observatlon and treat ment My mystlcal fire suddenly fllckers and goes out thus brlnglng m prophecles to a close I am well satisfied wlth the Class of 1950 , . . . 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M5544 EZEODMZVH EF-kmm QSSNZ CLASS WILL We the Semor Class' of 1950 of the Monfoursvzllc Hzgh School of the County of Lycommg and of tze Common uealth of Pennsylzanza uhzle bemg of sound mmd and body do heieby declcue thzs our last N111 and testament and hereby mokmg all former uzlls or testaments zntalzd We glve Joyce Harner 8: Ann Campbell to Danvllle for bett r or fox worse We leave Clyde Mlllers 'md Herb Sprmgman s Engllsh Class comments to Mlss Whlte In the back of Campbell s truck we leave all our good tlmes We leave Buzzle Frys poker playlng abxlltv to Wm blue pants to B111 Graflus We glve Bob Hanner s Phlllp Morrls to Carl Eck Fred Clees leaves to Max Hakes hls No 38 football Jelsey and hlS thanks for lts use We leave Don Kalser s love maklng ln the halls to Dean BHSLIHH We leave Dorls Mahaffey s swmg and sw ay to Anna Mae We leave Nancy Artley s loye of cabm llfe to Nancy Losch To Foster Ernest we leave Grover McKee s vltamln pllls for growmg up To Norma Cotter we leave Ken Heckman s shapely legs g1V8 Ray Jean Slusser Ruth Mendenhall s Klng Edwards leave Homer Rlckabaugh s lntelllgence to Ravmond Montgomery leave Alfred Starr s teddy bears to Dlck DeWald g1V6 Shlrley Mlller s qulck temper to Jesse Pet rman glve Phyllls Sauter s corny Jokes to her slster Emlly leave Don Ertel s charm to Bobby Elllson glve Mable Schultz s pos1t1on 1n the Wllllamsport Symphony Orchestra to Jane Keyte glve Leona Casselberry s long golden locl s to Sam Shaheen To Ken Larson we leave Ramon Rlcltabaugl s hook shot We leave Fred Peet s o1l burner to any one who can afford 1t To Elwood Irion we leave Betty Alllson s old 49 Chevy To Tom Paulhamus we leave Jack Hake s bookkeeplng practlse sct Esther Karschner s palntmg lblllty we leave to Whltey Westbrook To Mary Wentzler we leave Donna Ertel s modesty Helen Bashnlck s kmttlng we lewe to Dlane Thatcher Jeanette Stelnback s rovmg eyes we regletfully leave to Sally Smltm Martha Manz we leave to Harry Sklp Berry s runnmg ablllty vue glve to Jxm Sugrue Lawrence Fay s Chewy we leave to D xpp s Julla Hlggln s dlamond llllg' we leaxe to Honey Berry We leave Ceol ge Anstadt s coonskm hat to Skmny Davls 34 Q . . 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CLASS WILL Shella NIOSQI s pep ue gne to Clnppy Chapman XX e leaye to 1lIC1lCllll'l RI1Cll3.6l Dale QIISNX ell s ab1l1ty tc be so neat Jol nny Bovs 91 s F F A deg1 ee we leave to Ben Stonex Betty Ann L ttle leay es to Bob Molse 1 d1ct1onaly to look up the meanmgs of 1115 plofane language lo Em1ly llIGl1Zg6l ue leaye Shnlex Met 081 s colnel at Handy Hayen We leaye Eugene F111 l1gCl s tluck to 'led BIIIIZQI We gne Tommy Sp1tle1 s tud111ess to h1s llttle blothel for yy hen he g1ows We I ave D1cl1 Reede1 111 Ly comlng College To ll 1 and M1s Baker tl1e SQHIOIS leave then Hallou een pranks lo t 10 Jumor guls tl1e SGHIOI g1rls leave tlell two yea1 basketball cham 131011311117 e leaye D011 T1avele1 lIcssle1 to any 2,111 who hasnt had h1m y t Ve leav Allcc Bosch s 1o1gh basketball play lnff to Balb Clmpbell le leave Eleano1 Pentz s f1 xendly laugh and smlle to Jov Ham e leave Betty Peelman s old boy f11 nd to Mary Tallman Olr Mr Bellvedere LOICH Fly leaves ll1S genlus ab1l1ty to Georffe Paul Gayvbhck leaves h1S ICG skat s and ffood t1mes at Kreamers Burton Kllne We leave V11g1n1a F161-JZQI' s Jeep to Jackle Schultz We leave Allce Koskev s s r1ousness about he1 t plllg' and sl1o1t1and t Helen Thomas We leave Laura H1pole s tlnv feet to MRFIOH Waltz Faye Mau t ller lc ves her work1ng'l pos1t1on of h1sto11an IH tl1e F H A Club to Fvelyn Stau We leave Donald Ertel s crutcl1es to hold up the grade blllldlllg' I 1ry Lundy glV6S h1s tenol VOICE to J1m Llttle to call ln tl1e ChlCk6llS We mve Cballev Fvllmel s honesty to Dlck Ha1ner F1 ank Beowulf L1ttle w1lls hlS great strength to Stuart Rees We yy1ll Galen Hesslex s tall stones to R d Maust ller We glye Raymond Stzouble s hog callmg ab1l1ty to Joe Sa11t 1 We Wlll Sklp Berry s truck to the So 1th Slde bonf1re Evelyn KBBJ Long leaves her stand at the Market House to Evelyn Prlngle To all ou1 dear? teachels we leave all our brlght say 1HgS Last but not least we glVC to Mr Ly ter and our many other 1I1StI'llCtOlS alonff ou1 JOLl1Il9X of the past tw elve years our most smc re t1anks Tl1e fo1ego1nff yy 1ll was s1gned sealed and del1ve1ed by t1e above named class as 1ts last yy1ll and testament on tlllS the tw enty slxth day of May of ou1 Lold Nmeteen Hundred and Flfty ID the pres nee of yy 1tnesses Betty J nc Alllson and John E Hakes JJ ' ,S , ' , U ' Yu 1. 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Row Smllh Hcnner Caller Berrv Smnlh Wenlxler Irion Pres Sezond Row Fullner Sholl Kecmle ,roller Sconle Fry Thalcher Thnrd Row Brad Bower DeWoId Aderhold Klme Ellnsan Mausleller Fourlh Row lroxel P Turner Michaels Shaheen Poulhamus Monl omerv Weslbrook Flfh lan Latch T llmon N ll B F lk up mon Reed Wall: Suxlh low E Turner B Folk Brass Pelerman Kevle Bosluan Barlmess Sere-nh Row Ammer man Gorlner Rhone Brenser McHenrv Nlller Mass Whale Mr MnCrcnkPn urs! Row Morse lnrr ghlnuuh Bm ell Alberl Muir mxon c u rue lauo-1 Pres S4-cond Ron Bryan Cas ner Hemel Ge-hr Lew: E Pun le Comnbell Mzllee lhnrd How L l le Wag-nmon Bowel Reeder Melxger Slvsaer :rm Wnllnoms ourlh Row Reese Conler Scanle Gnlle h Mclourvhlm Hum Bover Flnzlunn n R N one Erlel Huldernan C E l B nn ee e an r :nh Raw lmms MzConneII Bouarl Lorch ac ard K Pnnnle Kronos Eder Sevenlh Row Nolderlan Sprmgmon Campbell lnudenxlager Lures Mosleller Slmk elers Emhlh low Gllberl S nlh Davis H Balmer Ermsl: Ernesl Scwler Nmlh You-8 Baker Kehrer Engln Hakes Edu G nllux Mu I u lu 1 M Wan l I . , ' ,b , , " , . 'l j ,u ,a, . o,Ch . Y f' i 4 x . . Q ' 'fs , 5 I ,' .' X- CLASS OF '52 F -R ,S S' , I x , ,Shf- , .I , - x - sr-', ' r A' -' , 2 ', ., -I ,N j-lr info-rx M , , 1 nz, r"an,J E ,Kl L , Sh e S' -A , , ' , ,L ln- P' A - m, ,- ,' ' ' ' ', ,' hi r WII M Mfo-4 r 'wr N! NINTH GRADE First Row Shearer Ent! Harrns Snyder Parts P S11l'h He sler Mausleller McCarty Ellrson Second Row Van Dune Knerht Moore Moon Mull Fay Po':lrf-n Iron Eqlu Hall Thnrd Row Lyows Gortner F Smath D Chap man E Chapman I Sm h Trowzel L mters Bo h Walk Faunt R w H S alle Folk Fry Sauter Pentz Karshner Early Shaheen Frith Row Runq Leavy MCoy M Westbrook S Lonq Kehrer Oler C Fry Phallnps Suxth Row Kalluza Spuchler C Sprmqman R Lonq Dewlt McColla1qh We-I1 Wu! ox R Kurtz Seventh lon L Houseknecht Casselberry Strouble M Wmters Keller C Reeder Nr-mth Rov Eck A Thomas Montgomery M Thomas Anstadt H Rniter Wall Probst G Reeder Taston Tenth Row Gardner Klepper C Kurtz Wuenman J Westbrook Leathers Bastnan Nevnl Henvm Mr Sturrmf Mr Dwver W EEGHTH GRADE First Row-Peters Siler Leuphart Lewns Terry Le 'us Mundrnck Lewrs More Second Row Stoner HCYYIS Ellnot, Emgh Rlckabaugh Burkholder Gul ert Barber Ertel Thnrfl Row Buk Mertz Fo ter Sormgman hanman Emuck Lundy Clees Evans Fo rth Row Fulln-er Chapman Cyphers Eck Glace R Lewns Shannon Benson E Shannon Fnfth Row Lewns Westbrook Coyher hall B Mundruk Panner Whrpple Reeder Swartz Suxth low Johns Metzqer B Fullvxer Shnpman Lube-merger R Aderhold Hcqenberqer Leather Strcuble Seventh av Bachman Osland Gslbert Cnsmell Krenaler Wul on Renqcr Berry Currant Sauter Mnss Bro nous Mrs Wnght 19 .. . -V y E ' ' . 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P. , 1 1.1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . , , ,wr SEVENTH GRADE FlfSlR0W1BUYYlS Jushce Mendenhall Snyder Fazler Wnemlller Lerphari Schaffer Osler Second Row Woolever, George LaFor:e Johnson Eck Shearer G Wllllams Early Goss Thrrd Row-Chapman, Evans Manner, Snonnen berg Carr A Gulberi Cowverse Sunex Burmed Fourth Raw Sfrrfmafier, Brass Mclauahlen Bryan Lechner S Blau Ar ley Halderrnan Ring Fifth Row Gardner Heddens D Thomas B Wrlllams Smnh Shaheen Raymond Fowler, Reefer Srxlh Row Hudson Gehr Eqll Ahers Lyons Campbell R Tho-nas Freeier Moser Seventh Row Sugnor, Faughnman Hupple Terry Hupple Hull Starr M Thomas Holdren Mrss Null Mrs Carley SIXTH GRADE Furs! Row Shlrm lar on Fry Benson Sauter Se ond Rox Sliler Smrlh Schraler Blaur Holer HOW Thrrd Row levmchuzk Lnher Gallnqer Funk Maus eller Convers VanHorn Fourfh Row Pnkernno Walk Plants Yeagle Whne Gulberl Herh Dleirlck Kecqle levphsrr Slevr-nr Frl'h Row Gardner Anderson Weaver Cheaile Supp Hessler Neece Weaver Peterman Bur meld Turner Whale Cowher Welllver Sixth Row-Heal Hall Hudson Tall man Dvnlap -10 . ,I A ' . 1 QQ, V ,. W, f.' 15 . 1 r I r I I I I r - 1 I I I I I ' 'V I ' I , ' . . ,. ., I r - r I I ' l I - I I I ' , -. V - - , 1 - .- f , , , -- 4- 1 1,14 I f f- 1 I - -' . . , . . . . - , . . . - . - . A Q A rlifr ' C , 2, - -' '. , . . 4 ,,,..- '9 iw FIFTH GRADE Flrsvlow Dawson Wolfqunq Lyons Goss Hcrner Eclz Glrdvell Coleqrove Se ond Row Shaheen Lockord Reeder C Loclxurd Baker Fry S'nlh Fewsfermucher Yhlrd Row Chapman Yecqle Neee M ll Rayhorn Clees Hlpple Bveber Fourth Row Aderhald Shannon Holwes Ju oby Lewis Wemueller Fuller Fllrh Row M Hlpple Turner Fcughner Benfer Gllberi Bower Standing J Gilbert Wleqle Bruunbeclx Comrnelly Healh Weaver McCoy Cn: well Shenbaclrer Sprmqman Funk L kard S'Ier Kuq Gmqery Warqarson Sink VanDnne VnnHorn Robson Cowher Georqe Yeaqle Tea hers Mrs Lmle and Mrs Hoy! N -.-li-if -. Q' 1 5 FOURTH GRADE rs! low Welshuns Boyer MM: n Yurx Fl co s I Pa lr'lle Fa ber Hao Setond Row New comer Blanchard Flrqqms Klees Fazler Tomlun on Hcnner Gcrrlner Fc-wber Mull Tyon Barbour Third lou L ndon L lrard Bosfley Fry Glo e Lur on Gnlaert S"1lh Clees Lo q Fourth Row Knsner Snyder Weaver Smnfh To-r-pknns Holnes Hevnl Dayns Wmders Boyer Fnlh Rev Neece Henry Reeder Hensel Clees Mundnk Schleubner 41 Q l 1'4- , Jw. ,. .49 Q3 C - . t A ' - . , , , ,' . ' , , . 2 - . . I . I . , . . M . . . - Q I, , 1, -U. , . , . f ,I .. ., I : , H , . , . -. , , n r a - 'A r , r r I r r I ' 4 M' I - 'I 5 V i . .an -. , ish Y " 15 I X Fi - , , "' , ' 1' i, .lu " , S'-flh. l Ms, ' , -I . q. - - o . o: , . . ., f . " . '. . 1- -' . f r 4 r I r r r ' r 4 ' 'T ' r r y r 4 -A ,.f '-4 -L, ----' S Iii THIRD GRADE llrsf Row Hu vey Brooks Holr Funk Kurtz Kccqle Sinner Se ond Row Eck Spn1qnu'l Gilbert Hall Helm S hlaeoenev Hofer Cefqe-1 Tl nr: Pow Fox u ylor Bu e Evcns Glo e Cczlehuf Gordmer Gull ger Fcunh Row e hi erefl Fo fer Snem cm I cx urrwr I-'Pun 'Cn Eels rn lh Ron Banu: Dawson Converse Conn ey Dnfinenbn ker Due'rl k Sho vem-cn Skrd Q Boyles ra nus Splfler SIcrr Lee Wnlllom Shup'nnn Wlnemlllev nee md ndnlc y L IIN Munl r Lundy Spunqmun SEPOND RADE urs! Ron 'VII an' om L 0 or :a I1 cud Pow Cowvo e Cupn Geq n Wmqev Thnd on Calehuff G rd1er Bu: E01 Bros Jrh Pan hour: x '11-'ny Fry Gdaen Hankel Mull Ffh Row Andergq-1 ey Snea or He ner Westover Lyous Sroglv R-urs cw Snxfh Row london Benson Lundy Tallfnon rn CCYCY PUUS FIICIHDQPY S roukle I-o er 'nw 'Prnn Ver Yecqle Hrthco Ir I"c ker Snyder Dne'fen bvthel S nndmq Rau-r WI on Robson Wenqr.-I Rnq Ulner Usmcr Webb -owl Innson wht Vtulllnm cn Benrcif WPI v ' I 1 I ' I I . a .. . ff . ' f 1 r . .4 Q .fi X , ' ' A ' , A 1 I I V 1 f A I . w r I .,, ner KQ:,sv' ,'g Q' f.,':mb I.I!gr, ,,f 7" 43 , ' ' , I, RiddeII, Icnilon, .Si?1Inr, Mlmrel NIcI.auqI1IiIn., Rmnk, IFh'iIIigls, IWc1Ison,' Robszgn, Vjolfqanq: Iilullz,-Holidren, SIIUIIII R 1 , Lo'Ix , NI' ' , R. Lund , S.:viIl, Br.:.Iw 7.5 ww- ' ' , " , ' . f5 s., xl F' --vu: -.,Na-f,s1HQ.1,n,M1c'1'. se- . - -1, 1 , 4-1, ' 4 I .. , c- , '1, ,, 1 Fo! . -' ,,-1..-, , " ,' , . '1 - , sou , ' ff., 1: , , , ' , , ' - l V I 4 I-Ak' . Hy. ,.'.1 ' I VA-':"I"' ' I' ' ' ' ' 'I" FIRST GRADE Furs! Raw Wal 1 lrron Robeson Reeder Mnchellree Planls Snyder Second Row Phnll ps Ruddell Usmar Mechfley Winner Lyons Fcwber Third Ron Mundrl k Ouallro no che Mull Slmpler Rlller Raymond Rr hard: Fouflh 'low Ring Null Wrllnams Yaw Brass Fnlh Row Carey Lauchle Goss Fulkrod Slandnng Shannon Brooks Hr-:aple Holms Haas Gladwell Blanchard Grlberl Borlerf K Fozler Eder Hensel Walk Buddnger Fax er Lewls -lenry Nrece Bunze Boyle: D Bunze Brown Lundo1 Grrlfrlh Holdren P Fenry Bigger Fox Jacoby 1il 1 ii. u i vw ,F w ELEMENTARY CHORUS Furs! Row-Hanner Newzo-ner Lyons Smlh Cleos Neece Werhermuller Clees Boyer Snyder Lyon Fry Tompkins Bosfley Holmes Shannon Second Row Long Sfark Plants Boyer Barbour Puckerlng Welluver Dennch Fazler Wall Smnh Clees Weaver Smrlh Hlqqlns Lo hard VanDnne Nevrl Thrrd Row-Heal Hearh Hall Cowher lockard Pe ermnn Connelly Vanl-lorn Hvssler Chrlsrwell MMlnn lx ,, - A . 55- 7 ' l X4 ff ,, e- r n.' vw lv nz vmv. - 'il ' ,i V Xf Z' raffle lgvftddd, al Lzlf Efzqlzslz scrzlms of mnqzuxl 1 uflzlafrs illlll Ill flu ff Thru loyalty mumqr ffnclulfsrnn uf from vff z f frmplf fo: many gm: 5 f X, WWX ," l ,ha Q M 5, W If jg? X X if ff! JQSQY I m Wi Xb. Ia! RQ Q 5' X, 4 lL "1 ix l m "al-R-Ji' XWQXJXJ My 5' i .waxy Q-1 . .. .l. lai- -ifflzr fbi' 531: 1 4 V' f ' m7251- Ou' u ' f 1r'l l I fsf Q 'T 5 -K ,'. ,. .. ,, F V'., ., P", -I. ,. Will U f I' ' . ' , i gi: ' 'ff' ili' sr K K K X X ir!" ' k 'T' 1: jf X- Jtgkf, x " - ' ff' ' N 4, law , Q ' 16" . is ,S x ,.- - I, dl if l 1 , f f ,7 f 1 ' .sp , - 'V 5' I? 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Af X, ll f -l -:Q-2 ffm., l 1 -f. fl J , J - Q - ,- ll fa. if :, -g"f,--, Q' - ,- 3 T 2' X i" 5 ' 4' -- 2: Y-" "ti 71-Cf' V' ' iii 1-'T L1 N rf: -' ' -- 3- 4, - ' .. li? ,l i' 'iff f "'- T' --'-'g4 - L, l gl Fl ' ' Q if ,111 ,Yi -4,1 Q rj i42 ,:- A rg 3 4-17 is--L, 'js E si' gg- - f -'Af'-'TQ "i ' , - 4 fl ' -4- -Q Q, 1.5--5 g12giig:i,!5i l A N ' f 1 if , - f x iff 4 if- Qi'-'23 S DON KAISER Don Kaiser is undoubtedly one of the best athletes to graduate from the Montoursville High School. He started out by learning the fundamentals 1n his freshman year and very successfully put them to use by being on all the V31'S1l2y teams 1n the last thiee yeaxs His hard playing and ex cellent passing in football vson h1m a berth on the all county team Don s brilliant basketball playing also put h1m 1n several all stai games He excelled in baseball as a pitcher and always came through ln a pinch With the end of his high school education in sight his worthiness in sports 1S shown in the fact that several colleges ale ln texested in h1m SENIORS IN SPORTS The sen1o1 boys of 1950 started early 1n then sopho more year to pile up championship t1tles As the sopho more basketball team they beat all other classes to win the inter class champ1onsh1p That same year some of the boys were also on the V31S1ty team which took the West Branch basketball championship In the Junior yeai many of the fellows we1e members of the co champ foo ball team of the West Branch and once again the champ1onsh1p bas ketball team In their sen1or year they Went out for more championships and this time they came home with the West Branch football title Hard luck befell the basket ball team howevel and they only took second place in the league but only after losing seveial hard fought battles aid Hanner were on the all county football team and some of the boys also made the all s ar basketball teams So you see the SCHIOI class was champ1onsh1p minded and we hope then fellow students w1ll rerf1a1n l1li6Vt1SC The fcllomng members of the class of 1950 have played vaislty sports Ixa1se1 Clees Eitel Belly Mclxee P R1ckabaugh Spitlei Heckman D He slu Hannei Spii gman H Rickabaugh Cuuell Fullmel G He slci Lundv FV Mg! Stan 4 . . Y . - , . . . ! L!R!L!Xf , - L , . ' .L 7 9 , - 1 0 This year five seniors-Clees, Ertel, Heckman, Kaiser L .L , . 1 Y . . . , , , . A , . . 7. ' v . l D I I 7 , . ' ! 9 7 ! 1 "' 7 .9 C 1 ' S I .9 .9 I H 1 - C , .S. , ., . - ., W, ,YN '1, .0 6 IK 'XI it Flrsl low Bemnn Ass! Couch Starr H Sprmgmon Erfel Spltler Clees Kmser Berry Fullmer Heckman Manner Second low-Hogan Coach larlmess Paulhomus Lundy Kessler Cnswell McKee DeWald Grcflul R Montgomery Th11d low Larson Probsr C Sprlngmun D Montgomery Mlthles McHenry Baxhan Ellison McCarty Thomas Hamer Fourth low-Keller I Morse Snyder Weunmon Aderhold Moser F Morse Hakes Klepper Leathers FOOTBALL Fnffh Row-Managers--Fry English Raymond On August the 18th 42 boys reported to Coach Hogan for the football team After 3 weeks of ugorous head lzangmg the Warrlors were prxmed for Jersey Shore Startmg the game was an experxenced backfxeld and a rather xncxperlenced lme W1th the odds aga nst them the Warrlors showed the home folks that there were great expe"tat1ors ahead but lost the opener 19 7 It was a well played game at all pomts The follovsmg week the team traveled to Troy and put a hard fought game under thelr belt and started thezr vmmrg ways Fr d Clees hved up to hls name bv battermg the Troy l1ne tlme and agam Two touchdowrs were made on passes from Kalser to Berry a d one to Starr Fmal score 20 6 grxdders traveled to Canton to take on a team whlch was supposed to glve them plenty of trouble Ray Montgomery fxlled the shoes of a1l1ng Sklp Berry and wlth W de runs passes and lme bucks our team was not to be downed The lme played a bang up game bleaklng up most of the Canton plays before they got started The game ended 19 6 m our fax or The next vseek the Waxrlors vsork was cut out for them by a strong VVatsontown team The two teams see sawed back and forth on the grldlron wlth the score at 7 6 Montours favor At ths pomt Hcssler broke through and partxally blocked a pass which was promptly mtexcepted by Heck man vsho plodded 75 vards mto tou hdoxsn land The game ended vuth the score Montoul 14 Wat sontown 6 October the 8th brought Northumberland to tovm for the hottest game of the season Under the boxl mg sun the Warrlors rolled oxer the Pmeknotters 94 12 All four starting backfleld men scored Next on the agenda came the tradltlonal game of the year South Wllhamsport' South scored early ln the fray but the Warrlors never say dle Splrlt Sp0ll1l'lg for a touchdown the ent1re game clossed the goal hne m the 4th quarter when Starr took a pass and stepped mto the e d zone Then at the end of the game wlth South two xnches from pay dxrt the hr-e not to be demed rose up and thrust back the threat endlng the game at 6 6 October 27th we traveled to Muncy and Wlth the atta k zestmg on the shoulders of blg Red Clees the Warrlors ground out a 20 0 vxctory Wlth the hopes of an undefeated season xn vain Montour trareled to M fflmburg to take on a sup posedly league contender R d Clees agam made the oppos ng lme fe l h1s prese ce by battermg for second Every player of the squad saw actxon and the game e ded 24 7 Montgomery ran 83 yards for a touchdown for the longest of the game On Nmember 4th the Warrlors were halted m then' uctory march bv a strong Lewlsburg team FUmbllltlS plaoued the Warrxors as they went down to defeat 2012 Ths was the worst Dlaved game of the season on Montoux s part as xerythmg xx ent wrong Wlth the last game commg up a d the West Blanch Croun ce ln new the Warriors rolled oxer a helpless Montgomery elexen '32 6 Skm Berrv hved up to hls name and s destepped and skxpped all ower he fleld Thus vxas the last game for the 14 semoxs The Montour VVar11ors were the West Bran h Champlons Montour Monleur Monlour Monlour Mon our 46 7 Jersey Shore l9 20-Yroy 6 19-Canon 6 ll-Wufxonlown 6 16-Northumberland IJ Monlour Monlour Monlour Mo1Iou1 Mowfour is-Seulh S1de 6 20-M111 0 34-Mdflnnburn 7 12 le lsburg 20 32-Monlgomery 6 l N I l 1 - 1 1 - I 1 1 . 1 . r . r r I 1 I T 1 r - 1 .- 1 1 1 r 1 I 1 Q ot 1 ,. . , . , ' . . 1 . Y ' i i , . . y . . ,, ' , V t - A v - 1 - I ' , ' . . , , - - .. ,, 1 ' ' 1, , . X. . . A V . ' , . , .I . V. . . . . ' I Ap. 1 x .p. ' A 5 Ll o H . ' n . ' , - . S ' e ' 21 ' Then ml September 24th the Blue and Gold rglad three touchdowns in the first half, and one in the - r ' 14 - vu. I . l .- ,Q - ' . ' . - , - l ,, . . . ,, V . ' r . , ' v l - , . ' v r . " I " Q ' - ' . ' Y - - . . l . l . F ' - ' ' ' . . .I ' v' . -' r ' H ' , ' 11 ' Ir , ' v ' - - ' , ' . i . ' ' ' v , ' 2 v - . Ac ' ' 1 . I 1' V 1 AA , ' .., .' . 11 V n Av I , ,V - . ,. V - . ,,, ' X ' v 1- - H A I . . U V . - W. 1 Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Mor tour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Grafrus Mosteller Larson Hessler Montgomery Starr Berry Ellison Irion Coach Hogan BASKETBA Lock Haven I C 10 Hughesville 31 St Mary s 50 Muncy 31 Montgomery 33 Watsontown Hughesvrlle 37 Muncy 37 Montgomery 38 Watsontown 42 St Joe 46 LL Nlontour Montour Montour Montour Mo tour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour 33 Kaiser Sprtlcr St Mary s .210 St Joe 43 Montgomery 41 Watsontown Hughesville 41 Lock Haven I C Muncy 36 Montgomery Watsontown 39 Hughesvrlle 32 Muncy 53 Won 14 Lost 8 W 1th seven lettermen back from a championship t am the basketball but IH league competitron they won the first two before dropping a close decision of 47 44 to Watsontown The Warriors st uted rolling once again by knocking off Watsontown 4, 38 to take over first place But when they lost a poorly play ed game to Montgomery the blue and gold team dropped to second place and were unable to gain the top rung in the league again In the last game with Watsontown, the War riors held the lead 40 08 with only a few seconds remaining to be play ed but lost their chance when Watsontown tallied two quick goals However the charges of Tom Hogan had another successful season in spite of' all of their ha dshrps Thex wound up the season by urnnrng 14 and losing eight games Donald Ertel was lost to the t am for the last three games when he chrpped hrs ankle at Huglresxrlle On the team this tear xx ere six seniors who played then' last basketball game for Coach Hogan xx ho his done 1 grand Job in basketball as xx ell as footlr ill -W 674 . . 1 4 . ' ' 41- A ' 384 . -11--4 . f -' 66- - - 414 f 444 47 694- n 484 ' i 43f 38 624 . 534 ' 494 544 ' 304 2 32 - 627 . - 304 404 ' 604 ' 2 ' 494- . ' -fo 4 " . . 9, , , prospects were looking bright. The team lost the first exhibition game, ' V -v--3 . ' . . . , , C L7 U ' ', l , ' , . -' - 0 7 1 . , . , .. , . SR HI CHEERLEADERS C Ertel Hutchmson Shult D Fztel Mauitellel Cottel JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS Hall. Shlltl'l'. Iriun, XVilsun. 1Vanderlmuk-absentU 50 Fxrst Row Campbell Probst M Thomas Ertel Secord Row Wall Manager Wxenman Pans S yder Klepper Coach ernan JR HI BASKETBALL The Montoursvllle Jumor Hlgh School basketball team had a good season 1n league compet1t1on They wele ably coached by Mr Bernan They ended the season ln thlrd place 1n the West Branch League Wlth a record of 7 wms and 9 losses The results of the games are as follows lk Roosevelt 48 Montour 32 Montour 39 Hughesv111e 19 Watsontown 35 Montour 27 Roosevelt 46 Montour 23 Muncy 43 Montour 28 Montour 33 Montgomery 32 Hughesvllle 33 Montour 18 Montour 26 Watsontown 24 Curtm 36 Montour 28 Curtm 45 Montour 17 Montour 27 Montgomery 25 Hughesv11le 29 Montour 25 Montour 27 Watsontown 15 Montour 30 Muncy 20 Montour 28 Montgomery 20 I-Iughesvllle 22 Montour 19 Watsontown 29 Montour 16 Muncy 41 Montour 20 'F Non league games Emerson Probst was the top scorer for Montoursvllle Jr Hlgh wlth 160 polnts on 72 fleld goals and 20 out of 59 foul trles Tex Montgomery was second wlth a total of 121 pomts In a post season game, the Junlor H1 h All Stars played the coaches as a prellmlnary to the Varslty All Star game Probst and Don Snyder represented the L1ttle Warrlors ln thls contest Sl I l l . bi I D ' Y ' ' ' vw 7 . - , . . -, A. , , L: - . 7 3: I 1 Montgomery 32, Montour 22 Muncy 38, Montour 14 l . y v Y I Y sk , , , , , , ' I . 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Ll D Com Ol at XX 111 ox L51 F01 L9 B L50 15 Thatuhel Baughman Bom er J Com one Boy ez Dunl xp -X0 lms Lux dy Fllmt Peters Schultz Raymond Tuner dn ec tor rear ortu JR CLASS PLAY lla xi x 1 Th AU I 'lm ln, 1 S xll 1 1 A K NI f '- x','.', : f , j " f ' 4 Q . 1'. SL-1 - In-ft In rxghl Ellzsun, XX"x1I::k:', Sn nth. 1 'hc ', St. 1' U lift Im right Hzuzmx. Fry, ilzulnuws. Bastian. Kcylo, NI'111stullex', 'Bowel R. Stumpf. Din-vt-ng Si' It. Ir-mr.. Full.-1. D4-Vk'nT I. M1 xltgfmvxy, limo. Old Doc Hillar5 Young Doc Hillary Bob Margaret Old Doc s nurse and young Doc s fiance Ma Brown Pa Brown Janet Hillary Young Doc s sister Dick Janet s boy friend Dr Brant a society doctor Helen Brant Dr s daughter who has set her cap for Bob Lois Mazgarets frlend Mr Hepple Lawyer Friends of Old Doc Mary SKIP BERRY DOY KAISER BETTY PEERMAY NANCY ARTLEY GROVER McKEE JOYCE HARNER BUZZ FRY TOM SPITLER DONNA ERTEL CLYDE MILLER PHYLLIS SAUTER Mrs Rossi BETTY ANN LITTLE Mrs Cronin ANN CAMPBELL Mrs Mellon JULIA HIGGINS Old Doc Hillary is getting old and he warts his son Doctor Bob to take over his country doctor practice Bobs fiance Margaret who is Old Docs office nurse takes the same view as Old Doc but young Doc has had an offer from society Doctor Brand and h1s daughter Helen to come to the city and take ower a lucrative practice there Bob has almost decided to go to the city to practlce but Old Doc has a heart attack from the shock of hearing the news In the end young Doc decldes what IS best and becomes a hard working country doctor with M'1rg'1ret as his wife "PECK'S BAD BOY" First Row' -Artley, Moser, Ertcl, Allison, Mausteller, Little Mendenhall. Second Row-Director Winger, Bower, Berry, McKee, Kaiser, Heckman, Miller, Stienbnck. 57 "OLD DOC" -- - ' . ' . ., I ,. SHIRLEY MILLER g 0 XX? SQ? 99 iii i new TRI HI Y Furs! low-Hensel Shrrm Slusser Wrlluams Hall lo ch Sreunbuck Merxqer Mendenhall Hamer Manner Second low Lorah Boqarl Peerman Ar'Iey Hurchmson Hrqgrns Wenlzler Muller Shull Eder Colfer Campbell Thrrd low Penn lnlle Grrllrth Sark Flnclunqer Enrz Prrnqle Srhlouqh Scarle Wrllrums Moser Thorcher Tallman xourrh low Allison Mousleller Bryan Boyer Hern Mcluuqhlrn Pelers Klees E Prnnqle Shaner Broker Campbell J Enlz Chcmman Kronos Ke le ART CLUB Fnal low Carol Fry Mary Wenlzler Norma Cover Raymond Montgomery Pres Jac re Shull Sec Donna Ev el V P es E 'her Kcrxhner Treas Jane Keyle Se ond Ron Joan Smrlh Peqgy Fyllmer Mar'ha Manx Nnrgrer lrau Shnley Muller Ruh Mendenhall eane la Sleunba lr Mcbl Shall: Alrce Keoqle Huber! Smurh reather ahrrd av Foul Turner Clarence We 'brook Thomrs Paulhumu Ruhard Dewald Ramon lrckabauqh Louls Slrouxe harley P Irner lr f l 1 f z l 1- il ' l Q 222 ls , v ! 1 ' . l Q . L- KA .Q ll P YM 3 f , - Q .J K .1 ' Q -- , , 7 , 4 . , ., lr' , , 1 , . I , 5 , ., -1 , , , . , , ' ',f .1 1 '1, g ,' ,Q ',. "Ato- 'I , . 1 , - ' , . I , - GYM CLUB Flrst Rovx Pentz Me denhall Clees Albert Campbell Pres D E tel Sec Kropos C Ertel Vkentzler Peerman Cotter I-Ianner Shalt JOURNALISM CLUB F1rstRovx Pentz Mlller Campbell Hamel NI3LlStf.116l B shmck Moser Thatcher Second Row Rmkabaugh Strouse Frx Menderhall A111 on Fay McKee Vhss Wh1te teacher 61 Y 1! j ' ' 3 I ' vw z :J X 5 , 5 A . ' 2 57 la ff ll fl 'I-'1 5 1 L ' C 2 ' I l 1' V - ' K : Second Row-Hensler. teacher, Steinback, Higgins, Miller, Artley, Chapman, McKee, 5 1 -2 1 Z 2 i 2 2 ' ? E S l ' L. r QS I . I -K . but If ? 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M 5 THE SOCK STAFF Flrst Row Kalser Rlckabaugh Fullmer Mgr Ertel Edntor Mendenhall Stemback Alhson Second Row Heckman C Fry Berry Lundy Spltler Peerman Campbell Mr Prxce Advisor THE SOCK STAFF Edxtor 1n chlef DONNA ERTEL Advertlsmg Edltor RUTH MENDFNHALL Advertising Staff KENNETH HECKMAN TOM SPITLER CARL FRY BETTY PEERMAN LARRY LUNDY EDGAR BERRY ANN CAMPBELL AND BETTY J ALLISON Photography PARAMOUNT STUDIOS Art Edltor JEANETTA STEINBACK CHARLES FULLMER AND DONNA ERTEL Clrculatlon Manager LOUIS STROUSE Buslness Manager CHARLES FULLMER Snapshot Edltor LARRY LUNDY Llterarv Edlt0T HOMER RICKABAUGH Contributors GROVER McKEE JOHN HAKES MABEL SCHULTZ CHARLES FULLMER BETTY J ALLISON CLYDE MILLER NANCY ARTLEY AND HOMER RICKABAUGH Sports Wrxters KENNETH HECKMAN DON KAISER AND EMERSON PROBST Miscellaneous SHEILA MOSER SHIRLEY MILLER ELEANOR PENTZ MABEL SCHULTZ TOM SPITLER AND GEORGE ANSTADT Typlsts HOMER RICKABAUGH JOHN HAKES RUTH MENTDENHALL HERB SPRINGMAN AND TYPING STUDENTS Art Advlsor MR HERBERT SMITH Faculty Advxsor MR RALPH VS. 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N , fm T , 4 A ' A 1 , 1 I A on ' fe . . fb . rl ' i A A A A , A A A I AAA , A A A C XOLR OIPORTLXITX NIXFR BIIORI lxXOClxlD S0 HNRD Todax there are more posrtrons open rn business mdus trx and 1n federal offlces than at am trme during the la t quarter of a centurx LYCOMIN6 COLLEGE Nj rformerly Wllllamsport Dxckmsonb Offers four xears of college courses leadm to Bachelor of krts De ree ln the Llberal Arts fleld and Bachelor of Scxence De r rn Business Xdmlmstratlon are non as atlable JJ In addltlon certam termmal cour es such as Secretarial Sclence Nledxcal Secretarlal Laboratorx Iechnologx 'Xluslc and Xrt are offered ln the junlor Colle e Dmsron J'5'5'.5'!eJ'5" For further information wrlte or phone Dr John V! Long DD LLD Presldent ,5"3f'j'k!5'!"' l S t S Q l S l lr, llllLlXNISl0Rl IINXQXIXXNIX 10 JFBIZ' 0?f u1'1"5 I C E C ll E A M WILLIAMSPORT MILK PRODUCTS Co freshness flavor Capital bread Everybody smgs lfs Pfafses wi 3 3 5 3 3 x 3 x 3 5 5 E 5 3 3 Q 3 E Q . 3 S . 5 . ,,,,,,A,,,,,M ,,,, 6, ,35",k" f2,86dZ5' f!,0'Jd'?,d!d6f,de,??' x ,e',?I0,?" ,f???' 6!! Compliments of The First National Bank Montoursvllle A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD TOWN THF BNA H1111 IIII' Illlll IN 1I1LIR5IilNDOlI S ,eff Ja f",0le2'.if!L" f!0,?'4'J" S S 5 an 3 Q it I S 1 E , S aj E -, 2 ff X ' Q 5 A Q n X ga . 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L , 1 Q- , ' in ' V V 1" 1, S2 Make HARDERS Your Athlet c and Sport ng Goods Outfitters We specxallze 1n Outflttmg Schools and Clubs W1th The1r Requxrements m BASKETBALL BASEBALL FOOTBALL BOWLING Also Complete Lmes of GUNS AND AMMUNITION PHOTO EQUIPMENT FISHING TACKLE WHEEL GOODS LUGGAGE Phone 2 3100 Harder Sportmg Goods Co 336 Pme Street W llxamsport Pa MAC S ROADSIDE MARKET FRESH FRUITS and VEGETMIBLLS 1858 East Thlrd Street Phone 6695 ' - nf? :' 5 ' Af Your -' . - ' t- . N. , x f to ,o o I , f flfiiaf. A f It .,, . 'N f I www Sm ' EHMANN BROTHER? LCOMPANY i . i ' . w'i??f'fl','?fv7x'7xv' J'7"f?f'7- f?'JF'f2"f" LEVINSON S F01 Men and Young Men est Thu d Stl ect R Y D E R S BEAUTY sHoP 36 W Vklllovx Street Just a step off Plne P1011 9 9406 X 11 ms ort P FXICIK Revalr ng Elgravmg Dxamonds a Specialty Melvin L Schlauch welrg of DI tlnct on 40 West Wxllow Street Opposxte Court House DIAL 2 1607 Wllll msport P Complzments of STERN BROTHERS 11 West Thnd Stleet WILLIAMSI OPT COI7l1IIl7l1l71fS of 1 21 1 ACME MARKET M0lltJUl sx llle Complzments of QWZSZ WILLIAMSPOPT COCA COLA BOTTLINC WOI KS INC Phone 7360 CARL R FELIX Mgr I ennsxlx ann ,a'e','J","f2'2'9'9",'L"f" ,'L",'2'5'Q",'J'J" f' ,'5',f'1f'Q'9'Q'5",'L"1'fJ'9'2",f'L'5'2",'J'5eL" 1'L",f'3",'5"1'9",'f4","," 7 7 , - Vi is j , a. , , - A 'i , . ' M . O . AJ., , , -S - , i on 2 W ' ' Williamsport, Pa. "':1 , a. f j L I EG.U. PAT.OFF. L ' A J 0 ' - I 1 s. , . I . . v, '. ' ' .4 C fs-av f' .-' ' 1 1 i'-1 0'95'?f"?'2'9'.9'f'.0I".9f' Dlckey Grugan Hardware Co Hea N and Shelf Hardware Blastmg Supphes Plpe F1tt1ngs Cement Ol Plastel Gla s Pamt PHONE 9848 WILLIANISPOPT PA Wllllamsport Saddlery Co Leather Goods PHONE 6339 Jerome R Patterson Prop Wlllamsport Pa 2 x x 5 5 3 3 3 S x 2 x 2 x E S JJZQYPHJ ,e',d6'e",0J" Ja' Complzmrnts f EDER S DAIRY PHONE 4 LOYALSOCK WALLACE PHARMACY C J WALLACE Pha maczet PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETIC Phon 2 9567 Complzments F O X S Grocery 8: Restaurant Children's Clothing ME ATS 81 PPODUCE BROAD STREET FINE FOODS SJ 5011? 'f'J'2'2',ef8' ' c '4 1 0 U I I . I ' Co we -' . ro "3 I ' , , I I Y Yll C r . P . . , . X H. , , , , f L7 . . 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Ralph B Grammer SEWING MACHINE co Reglstered Jeweler -lmencan Gem s0Cl8tY DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER JE W ELRY Professional Repair Seruves 148 West Fourth Street Compliments of Busy Bee Lunch JOHN HIRAS 8: SON Prop 45 East Thxrd Street WILLIAMSPORT Across from East Thlrd Street Bus Termmal Z L HOOVER INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 372 Broad Street Montoursx lle 1D1al 87391 APf l l l 3 l l l x l l S 52 f'Jf5f"J+'!6'i'!o"i',d'If'34'In9",c' SINGER 1 P4 W est 4th Stleet XX ILLIAMSPOPT Phone 9 8749 J'I0J5!df'Iv',0' . Q . W P'4 f F1 , o F' ' N , 53' 'Q' , Z l I U3 ' , . 'U ' - . gg . - ' ' r , H A x , . ,U ' N ' ' P' -. . I X' , , 4' a W , r 5 . " A 4 ' .. F I , 4 :- 1 4 IQ .ll 9 ' 'A . , ' ' , 3 - ' V1 ' I , 1 nv ll o - Q - ' 55 , ' . , - - H . , I I ' 71 ' I ' I f , F' r. . o WENTZLER S Inc The General T1re HaWk1nSOn Treadxng Tydol Gasolme Veedol Oxls J'J5eI'I6'j"Jsyd",d'e' 3rd and Walnut Streets Broad Street Mowtoursvxlle Market Street So Wllhamsport LINOLEUMS wall and floor TILES asphalt and rubber metal and plastlc VENETIAN BLINDS CLOTH OIL SHADES A WN I N GS Koolvent cloth and alummum -f-1-Q-1-:J-5-' Q-iff:-w,4vwf,-,zvfw-ff,a'zf,-J':-51,1-f l l LESTER U WALTZ Offlce and Showrooms Rear 51 Wiontour Street 'VIONTOLRSWILLE PA Telephone XX ILLIAMSPOPT 8336 MOSTELLER S DAIRY CLYDE O. MOSTELLER P p ' t Quulit- Pfusf zzriz d Milk and Cream ' D '- A M " 268 1825 E Th' d WILL MONT BAR B Q ' ' s Bn -B-Os NIONTOURSVILLE ROAD WILLIAMSPORT FINKS Complzm vt Famous for Sports s R Muss1NA 17 W wh d SI WILLIAMSPORT PA Ill SPORTS CENTER REGAL 8x BLUIVI SPORTING GOODS 24 VIest Thlrd Street W 3 d St 2 3049 VVIIIIWIYISDOIL Pa I I I I I I I I I I Cutfltters Men Boys VID 300 Pme Stleet XI 1Il1dITlSp0lt P 85 J' .A"J'.A'fA7'.f.7'..4'f'-f.7' .f.7f.7'-f' J' .A7'..A'!'.f" .A'A7..f.7J.7'.A'f'.!' .A7'.A7'.AfA7'.!:fJ:f' J' J.7'.f .!.7'.A'!J.V'.A7".A7' J' f'IZ"fI'Yei",?' y'1'2'f!?",Z5",dZ'V i9fv'f09' pf I pf if 9 , ro me or 71 1 1' P f We elner nywhere In. ontoursulle Ph ast xr St t Dclifmu r ' , I ' vz s 1 GK !! 1 of es ir reet I . . I I I - I I I I lg 1 . , ro. l EE Crwdzt Jmurflrfrs I 1 :N 7 . I 244 . r reet - ' W - I I I 0 I I 7 'I I :N 45 " ' - I' '. . . a Y ' Y I f' ,ff-4 . A-f 1 ,-:as-f IL 4'l"ei'fC9'p'p'0".9'f?H'fI'??'79'f'05- ' f JfJ9f"' See GULLIVERS FABRIC SHOP 130 VS Wlllow Street W1111amsport Pa FOR FABPICS Celebrating Our 14th Annnersarg W B Kaufman 9 3 Broad Street Dxal 8641 'VIONTOURSVILLE Authmzzcd Salfs- and Snzzff Off1c1al Inspcctlon Statlon 'Vo 2837 Fomplzm 1 nts Shaheen Motors MUNCY The Otto Book Store J H ROESGEN Prop 2,2 Xl Fourth Street Opp0Slt6 Post Offlce Wllllfmsspolt Pa J S Ruclnltzkl, lnc Dzamonds Jeuclrw Watches 123 West Fouxth Street Wllllamspoxt Pa Buckeye Foods Mal els of Tasty Foods Smce 1916 HAND MADE PRETZELS TASTY POTATO CHIPS CPISPY PPETZEL STIX 65 E dred Stxeet W llxamsport Pa Lycomlng Plastics Co Wall and Floor Tlle Dial 8505 CLEON BERRY Prop Complzmrnts A F rlend Y x 4 K i O O 3 . L S , in 1 4 Oldsmobile Sales 8z Service I 1 l lc 4 1 , - O I I I I c ' . . y i I O 5 ' 1 Of O , B as B Y S '19 .ff fggfvjv ,gyvuyy ,.5Q'Jv poo' if' A ifip' ,.f,u,",4 ,oji 1 iii ,ogd ,dv,.f DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOP Fm xou l1OllllIX ll n uma to The Duchess Brautx Shop I fl 1 nun es " 8 Ilblfldll -AXEIVIL ll NI0lIIOlllxXlllL Lundy s Qualxty Meats F ELIX and MIKE Shoe Servlce m Elma suun , , N Xiont Jursullc Pa frm A F1stTh1d S lui I WUC X 1 lamspml HOF ER S RESTAURANT ,.f,.',.,.-,j2-.f.f.f,u,y5.f ,.gy,-.'.f,.f,.'-, .f,--,.f.',.'v-.v.'--.f.' lOl 1 OOD 'IIIIXC S TO I A'l E J STOPPFR Plop CENTRAL SUPER SERVICE TIRES TUBES GAS OIL BATTERX SALES 8. SFRX ICE T35 KELCHNER S POUXT-11wsLf11c1 CUIZIINS .Swirls nrluu unrl 1 If XX ILLI-XNISPOI T I X Bryfogle s Flowers Pl one ' -Pill 11 XX Fomth Street XX1ll1amspo1t Pc nn 1 I lb' LARRY S Dry Cleaners Dyers Tailors rlou C u 'X 1 S41 ,J Q' J Qfajggaga' if' Avg, ,fy ,o' ,o ,o',o' ,yly UU 'O' -do .,.', 191' f- 1, Q v "1,v,v 101' Q Q' .',f,y,Q' in 1' 4,4 --4-a ,020 - ivy- - -Q 3 -.', ',f'i ,-" , , , ,v ,-' ,vc-f.o'.v ," .-' ' vi .v .f .Aviv .-' .-2-'foto' , nv. .V . ah A' Y Q 2 4 -.V 3- ' aj ,211 1 llng 1' - ' '- -' S . -, as ThA vnu- to 1-:uno tu Unk A' ' b t. - O - . N 1 ,,21 . ' ' , ' . f Pho 3 252-17 . ' 1, Pu. ' 0. 0, , ' 0, " 1 I 'X A. I 1 7 ' '-Q sz. 0 U sq ' 2 2 Z3 '. ' "1LlI'4'I'-Vlflllvllfl fm' H1 .-hm Vj Q , . p " -, 2. lnrf flu V' f" 'Q Q . X, - ,ow 4- .-1 :- Q ,l X V'll'2 4. . ,y I X. 1 . Q V . Q .. 2 . 1 7 ' is O O I O it -I Cz: 4- I : x Av 1: w ,N . 1 . ,s .. Q .. X . . I , . E 7 Y -, QS " . . . l 1 . ,ln gs - ' 1 Y L ' Q Q lm: 's .X ,. 1 2, . 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PENNOCK Atlantic' Gasulme Alifillfik' Pl'UdUl'1S 922 Broad Street PHONE 2-9141 HIONTOURSVILLE, PA. f'om11l1'n1rf11f.v of DICK -- HAROLD Sz FRED "The Trio" I I Sears, Roebuck and Co Retall Stores 130 XVut Fouxm Strcet 40' Pme tif. t VN II LI -XNISPORT PA Gresh s Servnce Statlon 171 Blomd Stleet IWOIHOLIISXIHG P1 Tf1f1!107IC 8816 K E E B L E R S Bert Wood Gifts LAMPS MIRRORS JEVS FL BOXES ' UGGAGE RACKS TPAVEL ALARM CLOCKS nfflzznrf F1 lf nz und farm Ph 25212 H Q Demi! one 0 p msn: I ummm llutsl umplznzf nf A W Stabler Mum Stabler Grocery N fzlmfm I f I' AD St cc Phuni' Q 4 m Axah SIICLY. hom N1 NIONTOI PSX II I F P-X 'XIONTOI I SX II I F' P X ,- .1 if 1'3" 5' 5' I U7 5 1 '.'C0'.f'A . va-, gy- .fy-,.',u,.Q',. pg. 0 Q'-,.',f,d,.',.,4 ,i!:":V,.f-,t!.'.',.5.' ,f',.,.,2-'.',.j.'J.J.f,o d,J,t,a',o',oj,.J6,3,.,- ,ff Q uu,1v,f,5. ,f'!.'-gf,',.,.3fgf9. .pg,j-',-,-',f Dial Z--1771 A ' l ... - , , ' 4: - U ' S v , fx . . . . . f 7 0 o i . . , . 1 . v' , ... c A, , 1 . 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