Montoursville High School - Sock Yearbook (Montoursville, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Joint High School
Mont-oursville, Pennsylvania '
The Faculty Versus The Seniors!
The Faculty Wen!
Montour Versus Muncy
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Eighteen ln June
SEATED: Tallman, Wentzler, Williams, Smith, Losch, Chapman,
Keyte, Westbrook. STANDING: Bastian, Kline, Hanner, Brass, Di-
rector Stumpf, McHenry, Bartmess, lrion.
Montoulfs Growing Band
THE' llCK TAFF
Est Row: Larson, English, Ellison, Bartmess. 2nd Row: Peterman,
Keagle, Brass, Wentzler, Advisor Tomlinson, 3rd Row: Fry, Smith,
Williams, Griffith. 4th Row: Chapman, Heim, Fullmer, Thatcher.
Comparung the Loyalsock Creek wuth our school
days mught seem a luttle fantastuc to some people but
let s just dream a but let our thoughts wander
There s somethung near and dear to every one of
us un both the Loyalsock and our l2 years of school
Iufe at Montoursvulle
The Loyalsock Creek flows unto pucturesque Sus
quehanna Ruver here at Montoursvulle and thus the
dreamy water whuch flows so peacefully through the
mountaun caverns and gullues wends uts way to the
Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantuc Ocean
Luke the uunctuon of the Loyalsock Creek and
the Susquehanna Ruver at the south end of Mull Street
we members of the l95l graduatung class of the
Montoursvulle Area Jount Hugh School have ended
one phase of our uourney through lufe
We are now un a larger stream Lufe may travel
more swuftly there may be more obstacles
Luke the many trubutarues of the Loyalsock there
are many factors that have added greatly to our edu
catuon and flowed unto a part of our school lufe
To older lovers of the Loyalsock Valley the
names of Hoagland s Run Lrck Run Wallus Run Mull
Creek Kettle Creek Luttle and Bug Bear Creeks and
many other names brung back pleasant memorues
Lukewuse those trubutarues that added to our
school lufe hold enchantment un our pleasant mem
orues of school days
Many fushermen agree that they caught larger
fush un Canada and probably amassed the legal lamut
un a shorter tume un Pune Creek However for real
engoyment nothung can compare wuth fushung un the
Loyalsock and vusutung such favorute places as Red
Rocks Sandy Bottom Berch lsland the Old Sow the
Yellow Jackets the Narrows and other lovable sutes
There are many much larger school systems
Several schools have better football teams and bands
compared wuth Montoursvulle Hugh but snncerely we
all love and boost our school as the very best un our
Probably no man loved both the Loyalsock Creek
and the Montoursvulle Schools more than the late
Charles Lose who dued un 1940 One of the most
promunently known and loved educators and legus
lators un Pennsylvanua Dr Lose was presudent of the
Montoursvulle Board of Educatuon when the present
Senuor Hugh School stone structure was erected un
l93l We wull have sweet memorues of thus buuldmg
all our luves
The Loyalsock, A Trout Stream, wrutten by Dr
Lose us consudered a masterpuece He wrote thus un
the muddle of the 1920 s after he had become blund
Thus book us one of the funest of the many trubutes
wrutten to the Sock
Mr Lose pounts out that among the mountauns
of Northern Pennsylvanua un a deep and somewhat
name Lawusaquuck sugnufues Muddle Creek called by
the whute man Loyalsock It us the muddle of three
parallel creeks Muncy, Loyalsock and Lycomung
People from all corners of the world who have
ever vuewed the Loyalsock marvel at uts magnufucent
natural beauty and most agree theur luves have been
enruched by seeung ut
May our luves be gust luke the Loyalsock' Prob
ably our fondest wush at thus umportant tume un our
careers us that our acquauntances may feel theur luves
have been enruched by knowung us We hope that
no matter how many people they may meet an the
future we luke the Sock wull hold furst place un
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OUR RETIRING SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL
Mr George C Lyter our supervnsmg prlncupal for
fhurty two years rehred on October l 1950 Hrs record
of servxce and effucuency IS one that wnll long be remem
bered In the Montoursvnlle Area He us now luvlng on
has farm near Port Royal and we are sure that all of has
former students and the members of has faculty loln
un wushnng hum many happy years of returement
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THE IICK STAFF
The class ot I95I reouests that the name The SOCK be continued
as the otfvcral tutle of the Montoursvllle Hugh School yearbook The Loyal
sock Creek offers to the cntlzens of Montoursvalle a mountain haven for
summer sports a wmter wonderland and a host of pleasant memorues For
these reasons we have chosen the name the Sock
EDITOR IN CHIEF FACULTY ADVISOR
Mary Wentzlel John W Tomlinson
LITERARY EDITOR LITERARY STAFF
Duane Thatcher Jane Keyte Robert Ellason
Louuse Peterman Reta Chap
man and Nancy Helm
ART EDITOR ART STAFF
Wrlluam Bartmess Joann Smith Alrce Keagle
CIRCULATION EDITOR CIRCULATION STAFF
Peggy Fullmer Dale Hiller Ray Montgomery
and Ken Larson
ADVERTISING EDITOR ADVERTISING STAFF
Carol Fry Margaret Brass Hilda WI
Iuams and Curtns English
The members of the So k Staff thank all those who heloed to make
r e cce The a e the Adv rtrsers the Faculty and all others
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We the class of 51 dedacate the 1951 Sock to Ralph McCracken
un apprecuatnon ot has unseltnsh partncnpatlon un our actlvltles both nn
and out of the classroom May thas book be a trubute and an unspxra
tuon to hrs future guidance
Mr McCracken as the cornrnercnal Instructor In the Montoursvnlle
Area Jonnt Hugh School l-le has been actuve sn class plays as a class
advusor and as an all around truend to every student
Mr McCracken luves on Mulberry Street adjacent to the hugh
school l-le lakes to be close to hrs work
When the edutor called Mrs McCracken for Jack s pncture she
was polrtely refused Mrs McCracken sand she was afrand she hadnt
any pscture whnch Crackle would approve of havlnq prxnted Hence
we have no picture
Aren t you ashamed of yourself Mr McCracken?
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RALPH W PRICE high school principal
keeps an eye open for erring students With
this year s seniors he shouldn t have too much
MR. RALPH C. SMITH, who became our
supervising principal, when George C. Lyter
retired, now has the responsibility of keeping
the teachers in line. With the new inter-com-
munications system we're sure he won't have
foo much trouble.
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ALBERT MCCOY, office secretary, is one
of the busiest men in the high school. l-le
signs room passes and make-up slips, keeps
records and answers the telephone, and in
general, makes himself useful,
Below we see The admlnlstrators and their rlght hand man Mr Smuth Mr Pnce
and Albert MCCn
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Rosalye D. Levme
Kutztown S.T,C., B S, un Ed., Major ln
Library Science. Place Taught: Mon-
Allentown Business College, Blooms-
burg STC., B S, Bucknell Univ., M S
Place Taught: Montoursville. Subjects
Taught: All commercial subiects.
Jeanne S. Meek
Mansfield S.T.C., B.S. in Ed. Place
Taught: Montoursville. S u b i e c t s
Taught: Home Ec., Related Arts,
Shirley W. Null
Lock Haven S.T.C., BS., Penn State,
M.Ed. Place Taught: Montoursville
Subject Taught: Geography.
Mane A. Nugent
Bucknell Univ., A.B. Place Taught'
Montoursvulle. Subyects Taught: Latm,
Spanish, French, Englush ,
Raymond H. Rove
Mlllersvtlle S.T.C., BS. ln Ed., Um'
vanity of Penne., MS. un Ed. Place
Taught: Montoursville. S u b i e ct
Taught: Ind. Arts.
Richard S. Stumpf
Penn State, B.A. in lndustrial Rela-
tions, Bucknell Univ., M.A. in Ed.
Place Taught: Montoursville. Subject
Taught: Social Studies.
John W. Tomlinson, Jr
Kutztown S.T.C., B.S., Art Ed., Penn
State. Place Taught: Montoursville.
Subjects Taught: Art, Mechanical
Elinor L. White
Bucknell University, B.S., M.A. Place
Taught: Montoursville. S u b j e c t s
Taught: English, French, Social Stud-
:ami L. wright
Robert J. Winger
Indiana State Teachers, B.S. in Sci-
ence, University of Michigan, M.S. in
Biology. Places Taught: Glen-Nor,
Montoursville, Cambria. S u b j e c t s
Taught: Biology, General Science.
Lock Haven S.T.C,, B.S. in Ed. Places
Taught: Woodbury, N. J., S. Williams-
port, Montoursville. Subjects Taught:
Civics, U. S. History, Pa. History.
Francis O McCanna Elementary Pnncupal
Mrs Helen S Bathurst Grade 6
Mrs Beatnce H Little Grade 5
Mrs Constance D Hoyt Grade 5
George F.-Kline, Gdade 6
Mrs Vmnetfa H Goodenow Grade 4
Mrs Anna L Eck Grade 3 4
Myrfie Heydenreuch Grade 4
Mrs Geraldme E Flockmger Grade 3
Mrs Florence L Davis
Mrs Kathryn S Lorah Grade 2
Mrs Dorothy H Rutter Grade 2
Mrs Hulda M Peters Grade1
Mrs Eleanor L Vannuccu
Geneva Hettler, Grade I
Mxss GraY Schoo' Nurse
Wulham Johnson Custodnan
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ADERHOLD, DALE "Addie'
Academic. Hi-Y lg Baseball 3, 4, Football 3, 4
AMMERMAN, ROBERT "Bob'
Agriculture. F.F,A. l, 2, 3, 4.
General Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Basketball
4 Honor Key Club 4 Arrow Staff 4 Sock Staff
Art Edutor 4 Going On Seventeen 3
BASTIAN DEAN Bastlan
Commercval Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 HIY
l Honor Key Club 4 Arrow Staff 4 Going On
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Academic. Hi-Y l, B
"Going On Seventeen"
Commercial. Hi-Y l
and 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
BRAKER LOIS JEAN ous
G neral T HIY l 2 3 4 Girls Chorusl 2
Mixed Chorus l 2
BRASS MARGARET Peggy
Girls Chorus l 2 3 Student Council Delegate
to Reading 4 Art Club 3 Gym Club l 2
FHA Vice Pres 4 Arrow Staff4 Sock Staff4
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General. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2,
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COTTER NORMA Norm
Commercnal T HlYl 3 Gurls Cl'1ousl 2
Ba etball l 2 3 4 Volleyball l 2 3 4 m
Club Treas 3 Arrow Staff 4 Art Club 3 Sr
Hugh Cheerleader 2 3 Going On Seventeen 3
DEWALD RICHARD W Duck
Commercial Class V Pres 4 Football 2 3 4
Co Captain 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Basketball 4
Art Club 3 Arrow Staff 4 Gomg On Seven
BRINSER, THEODORE Ted
Agriculture F FA l, 2
CHAPMAN, RETA Cblppy
Academic Trl Hu Y l, 2 3 Girls Chorus l 2
Volleyball Cbambs 2, Basketball l 2 Gym Club
3, Arrow Staff 4, 'Sock Staff A
ELLISON ROBERT L o
Acadernuc H Y l Class Pres l Football 2 3
4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Student Coun
Cul 3 4 Pres 4 Honor Key Club 3 4 Sect 3
Sock Staff 4 Gorng On Seventeen 3
FOLK BERNICE LOUISE Berme
Commerclal Tru HnYl 3 Garls Chorusl 2
olleyball l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2
Gym Club 2 3 Arrow Staff 4
FOLK BEVERLY ev
Commerccal Tru Hu Y I Gym Club 2 3 F H A
4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4
FRY CAROL L Carol
Academic TrnHuY l 2 Glrls Chorus I 2
Maxed Chorus 2 Volleyball I 2 3 4 Champs
2 Captam 3 Basketball I 2 3 4 Art Club 3
Arrow Staff 4 Sock Staff 4 Advertlsung Edltor
Golng On Seventeen 3
FULLMER, PEGGY "Peggy"
Academic. Tri-Hi-Y l, 25 Girls' Chorus l, 25
Mixed Chorus 25 Art Club 35 Volleyball l, 3, 45
Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 'Sock Staff 4, Circulation
GORTNER, FLOYD "Gert"
Agriculture. F.F.A. 2, 3, 4.
HANNER JOAN Joan
Home Ec Girls Chorus l 2 J Mixed Chorus
2 3 Basketball 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 TriHiY
l 2 Art Club3 FHA 3 4 Pres 4 County
HANNER JOY o
Commercial Tr Hi Y l 3 Girls Chorus 1 2
3 Volleyball l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4
Champs 4 Gym Club 2 3 V Pres 2 Going
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HARNER, HARRY RICHARD "Dick"
gommercial. Hi-Y lg Football 2, 3, 4, Art Club
HILLER, DALE "Hiller"
Agriculture. F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, 'Sock Staff 4.
IRION ELWOOD L lnony
Commercual Class Pres 2 3 4 Basketball 2
3 4 Stamp Club l Honor Key Club 4 Pres 4
KEAGLE ALICE M Alnce
Academuc TrlHnY l 2 Glrls Chorus l 2
Mlxed Chorus 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Dramatucs
Club l Art Club 3 Arrow Staff 4 Sock Staff 4
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A ademic Class Sect 2' Tri Hi Y l 2 3 4
Pres l 2 Gurls Chorusl 2 Mnxed Chorusl 2
Volleyballl 2 3 4 Champs2 Basketball l 2
3 4 Art Club 3 Delegate for Student Councnl
at Altoona 2 Arrow Staff 4 Sock Staff 4 Go
:ng On Seventeen
LOSCH NANCY ANN Nance
neral T HIY l 2 V Pr 2 ar
Chorus l 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 Basketball l 2
rarnatuc Club l Pres l F H A l
Ar row Staff 4
KLINE BURTON Burt
Acadenmc Transfer from Bushop Loughlsn Hugh
School Brooklyn 3 Honor Key Club 3 4 Base
ball 3 4 Arrow Staff 4 Goung On Seventeen
MAUSTELLER MARVlN C JR Reds
Academic Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 HuY
l Stamp Club l Honor Key Club 3 4 V Pres
3 4 Sock Staff 4 Goung On Seventeen 3
MCHENRY FRED " ock ,
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Agriculture. F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4.
MONTGOMERY, RAY L. "Slim"
Commercial. Football l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2
3, 4, Captain 4, 'Sock Staff 4, Art Club 3, Pres. 3,
Student Council 4, "Going On Seventeen" 3.
MICHAELS MEREDITH Mike
A rlculture FFA l 2 3 4
Commercial HuYl Football 2 3 4 Co-Cap-
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PAULHAMUS, TOM "Tom"
PETERMAN JESSIE LOUISE Jessue
Commercual Tn Hn Y l Gym Club 2 Volley
ball 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Sock Staff 4
PLA'l'l' GERALDINE L Gerry
Home Ec Trl Hu Y l Gurls Chorus l 2 Dra
matocs Club I F H A 4
REED FREDA Freda
Commercial Grrls Chorus l 2 Volleyball l
Basketball l 2 Gym Club2 3 FHA 4 Arrow
RHONE VERN Vern
Agriculture FFA 1 2 3 4
SCAIFE, DORIS I. "Do"
General Tru HIYI 2 3 4 Glrls Chorusl 2
F H A 4 Gym Club 3 Dramatlc Club I Basket
ball I 2 3 4 Co champsl Volleyball 2 3 4
SCHRINER HOWARD Schnner
Agriculture Transfer from Williamsport Hugh
School Wrlluamsport Pa 4 FFA 4
SHAHEEN SAM Zubulou
Commercual Football 4 Art Club 3
SHULT JACQUELINE A Jackne
Commercial Tn HIYI 3 Class Sect 4 Dra
matnc Clubl Sect I JV Cheerleader2 3 4
Basketball I 2 3 4 Co-champsl Gnrls Chorus
I 2 Gym Club 3 Art Club 3 Sect 3 Arrow
Staff 4 Gomg On Seventeen 3
STARR EVELYN L. ve
General. Tri-Hi-Y 2' Girls Chorus 2 3 4' Vol-
leyball l 2 3' Basketball 2.
TALLMAN, MARY A. "Mary"
General. Transfer from Muncy-Muncy Creek
High School, Muncy, Pa. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Sect. 4, Gym Club 3, F.H.A. 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Arrow Staff 4.
Academuc Tr: Hn Yl 2 Gnrls Chorusl 2 Bas
ketball I 2 3 4 Captam 2 Volleyball l 2 3 4
Champs 2 Gym Club I 2 Art Club 3 Sock
SMITH SARAH Sa
General Transfer from Wullnamsport Hugh School
Wullramsport Pa 3 Student Council 3 V P
3 Trl HI Y 3 4 Gym Club 3 4 Volleyball 3 4
Bask tb II 3
e a 4 FHA 4 Arrow Staff4 Gomg
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THATCHER, DIANE "Thatch"
Academic. Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Sect.
4, Dance Band 3, 4, Orchestra l, Girls' Chorus
l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Champs l, Vol-
leyball l, 2, 3, 4, Champs 2, Gym Club l, 2,
Camera Club 4, Meteor Staff 3, Arrow Staff 4,
Editor-in-Chief 4, Journalism Club 3, 'Sock Staff
4, Literary Editor, "Going On Seventeen" 3.
THOMAS, HELENCL. "Helen"
Home Ec. Tri-Hi-Y l, Dramatics Club l, Girls'
Chorus l, 2, F,H.A. 4, Arrow Staff 4.
matics Club l
THOMAS, MARGARET eg
General. Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, F HA 3 4 Volleyball
l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2 3 4 Co-champs l
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G m Club l 2 3 4 Girls Chorusl 2 ra
TURNER EARL Turner
WENTZLER, MARY I. "Mary"
Academic. Class Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, Tri-Hi-Y
I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Arrow Staff 4, Volleyball l,
2, 3, 4, Champs 2, Captain 2, 'Sock Staff 4, Ed-
itor-in-Chief 4, Art Club 3, Gym Club l, 2, 3,
Pres. 2, "Going On Seventeen."
WESTBROOK, CLARENCE, JR. "Whitey"
WILLIAMS HILDA M Huldne
Commercial Class Sect I Treas 3 4 Dramatlcs
Sect 2 JV Cheerleaderl F HA 2 3 4 Dee
qate to Scranton 3 Sect 3 Volleyball I 2 3 4
Arrow Staff 4 Sock Staff 4
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CLASS HI TIIIIY
FIRST GRADE September l939 found a group of
small bug eyed chuldren startung theur furst day of
school We were under the capable unstructuon of
Muss Hettler and Muss Weaver School was new and
strange to most of us but ut was not long untul we
became famuluar wuth the place and vuce versa R
member how we umprunted our luttle pattues un clay
and proudly took them home to our mommues for
Chrustmas9 Mass Hettler evudently thought there was
some musuc un us because she started a rhythm band
By the sound of thunqs ut would have been better uf
the musuc had stayed un us -Our furst year we
learned our numbers Ask Jackue Shult about the
tume she had to stand un the corner because she made
her 5 s backwards
SECOND GRADE Second grade our home room
teachers were Muss Hoffman and Muss Hartman The
artustuc abuluty un our class was truly exhubuted un the
form of funger pauntung Teacher trued un vaun to
teach us to wrute My oh my by thus tume we were
really accomplushed maestros we all bought song
flutes un order to further our musucal educatuon
THIRD GRADE Much to our sorrow our thurd grade
teacher Muss Eder dued un I947 Vaunly she trued to
teach us our multuplucatuon tables Thus same year
Beryl Harrus was locked un the teachers closet lt
really wasn t too bad though because Butch passed
the tume by eatung the box of peppermunt pattues she
found there Nancy Losch and Evelyn Starr were put
un opposute corners for talkung Thus dudn t stop them
however because every tume teacher turned her back
they talked across the room
FOURTH GRADE We were really bug shots now we
were on the second floor already Our home room s
bemg located aduacent to the offuce tended to save
us some footsteps Geography and hustory were un
troduced to us thus year Mrs Bathurst made her
debut to teach us Englush Our class was uouned by
two new students un the persons of Hulda Wulluams
and Norma Cotter Oh' What was that horruble racket
that almost drove us mad? Don t you remember7779
Mary Wentzler Duck DeWald and Donna Mae John
son took vuolun lessons
FIFTH GRADE ln fufth grade we had fractions for
the furst tume Mrs Hoyt durected us un the play en
tutled The Proud Pruncess starrung Bernuce Folk
We clumaxed thus years work wuth a trup to the golf
course conveyed by Carl Ecks horse and buggy
SIXTH GRADE Mrs Bathursts suxth grade proved
an excutung year Then ut was that we got our furst
taste of polutucs Desperately dud she try to make us
thunk when we voted Bells rang classes changed
but teacher contunued expatuatnng We dudnt have
our regular studues so who were we to obuect7 Mr
Smuth steppung unto the spotlught exclaumed You re
much too bug to play that ummortal game Boys
Catch the Gurls Would he that we reverse the pro
SEVENTH GRADE All the boys are rushung to musuc
class are they all such musuc lovers? Oh so that s ut
they ve already seen our beautuful teacher un the per
son of Muss Annabelle Wug Assembly home econ
omucs shop and gym were new to us thus year Wull
anyone ever forget Muss Brocuous attempt to teach
have to go through the paddle wacks Well we all
had sore hands that nught but guess where Muss
Brocuous hurt most? Bob Elluson starred un our as
sembly play entutled The Absent Munded Professor
EIGHTH GRADE Surely no senuor wull ever forget the
year we spent un Muss Nulls eughth grade Maps
maps maps more maps and dough maps When the
class was gettung borung when the room was stull
except for the faunt breathung of sleepers a wad of
dough droppung from the ceulung dusturbed our peace
ful slumbers -Our grade was greatly enluvened by
the addutuons of Betsey Donkle Betty Smuth and
Jeannune Manherz Why was ut that every Fruday
mornung all the gurls wore slacks and pun curls7 Oh
well anythung to please the teacher Now maybe
no one wull belueve me but dud you know that Peg
Thomas talked a lot? She talked so much that one
day Mrs Nugent scotch taped her mouth un order to
keep ut shut The battle cry for thus year Ffty
Statements or Stay -On May 30 Duane Thatcher
and Marvun Mausteller were given the American Le-
NINTH GRADE I947 found us un the nunth grade
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faced wuth the bug and engulfung questuon what course
to take academuc commercual or agruculture The
academuc students had theur home room un the hugh
school wuth Mr Waltz un charge whule the commer
ual and ag group remauned un the grade buuldung
wuth Mrs Fluckenger as home room teacher Thus
year we were blessed wuth the arruval of students from
outlyung dustructs Jessue Peterman moved from Muncy
Remember Mr Smuth s Englush classes? The news
paper about The Merchant of Venuce7 lt was thus
year also that our up and rusung mathematucal genuus
Duane lquestuonsl Thatcher after beung sent from
algebra class arruved at the offuce not knowung where
she was or what had happened Oh well We were
very proud to present a freshman play .lr Buys a
Car wuth luttle Duckue DeWald as Jr The play was
durected by Mrs Wrught The 9A Gurls Basketball
team placed second un the league At the end of the
year we had Class Day lust luke the Senuors' Our
Commencement exercuses durected by Mr Smuth
Mrs Wrught and Mrs Gstalder were based on the
years l933 through l948 The program done un song
and pantomune was later publushed un the Natuonal
Educatuon Assocuatuon Commencement Manual last
year ut was used by one of the large Phuladelphua
TENTH GRADE Sophomores' That maguc word' We
were un Senuor Hugh School at last Buology class was
a thrull for all of us that us ut was untul Mr Wunger
unformed us we would be dussectung unsects The
boys spent the year un Mr McCracken s room whule
the gurls had Muss McCoy and Mrs Wullus Mary
Tallman from Muncy was welcomed unto our curcle
We clumaxed thus year wuth an outung at Rollung Green
ELEVENTH GRADE Junuors already? My how tume
flues' Thus proved a very busy yet excutung year
Muss Whute had the gurls home room and Mr Wunger
had the boys Sally Smuth from Wulluamsport and
Burton Klune from New York were newcomers to
our class There was work to be done and money to
be earned uf the senuors were to have theur prom
We held rummage sales food sales sold basketball
penculs and sold Chrustmas wrappungs to rause money
for thus bug event Aprul 27 28 we staged our Junuor
Class Play Goung on Seventeen lt was really a hut'
Funally the bug nught arruved May l2 l95O found
the eleventh and twelfth graders lookung theur best for
the Junuor Senuor Prom We ended our uunuor year
wuth another pucnuc at Rollung Green
TWELFTH GRADE Bug Senuors at last' It seemed to
take us forever to get there At furst we couldnt
become accustomed to the fact that we were upper
uppers but when we dud l' Our class offucers for
the year were as follows Presudent Elwood lruon
vuce presudent Duck DeWald secretary Jackue Shult
treasurer Hulda Wulluams Home room teachers were
Mrs Nugent and Mr Bernan Mrs Nugent Mr
Chrust and Mr Blaur served as class advusors Before
long we had learned to make putrud odors un chemustry
just as all the senuors dud before us Remember when
Bob Elluson and Bud Mausteller muxed the wrong
chemucals and a small explosuon occurred? Tsk tsk
a spot on the newly paunted ceulung Peerung unto
Mr McCracken s typung class we observed the sec
ond year typunq students poundunq madly away on
The Arrow The magazune must qo throuqh you
know The greatest problem whuch loomed un our
munfls vas makuncu money Onward to Washungton
but wuth what9'7 We sold uello had a rummage sale
and a serues of food sales, un order to rause that neces
sary green stuff Howard Shruner who hauled from
Wulluamsport was the only newcomer to the class thas
year The furst of March, we gathered all our facul
utues about us to present a stupendous assembly pro
gram Wuth umpersonatuons dancers and songs we
really wowed em' March lst and 2nd afternoon and
evenung the audutoruum was packed for the tradu
tuonally known Senuor Class Play Our class presented
the comedy Eughteen un June durected by R S
Stumpf Senuors were dusappounted by the four pount
loss they receuved un the Senuor Faculty basketball
game The questuon us-was ut a faur game? The
Senuor gurls on the other hand dud much better by
capturung the Senuor Hugh Basketball Champuonshup
-Class Day was a perfect ruotlll The teachers thor
oughly apprecuated theur beautuful gufts lm sure
next year s senuor class wull be greatly umproved by
the contents of our class wull May 24 to the 28
Washungton was set ablaze' Senuors really had the
tume of theur luves Baccalaureate servuces were held
June 3 at 7 45 pm June 5 found a now solemn
group of senuors nervously awautung Commencement
There was uust a tunge of sorrow as we reluved all the
pleasant memorues and past experuences of the twelve
short years that we spent at dear old M H S
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After workung hard on football durung tneur soph
omore and uunuor years and beung on champuonshup
teams each year the senuor boys of 1951 led the foot
ball team to the co champuonshup of the West Branch
The outlook for the 1950 football season was
rather dum when the eughteenth of August rolled
around but despute theur lack of suze the team sur
prused everyone by fughtung theur way through a stuff
schedule and on to a co champuonshup
We hope that thus spurut by the 1950 squad
can be an unspuratuon for teams to come
The basketball squad was the vuctum of hard
luck by havung no home floor and practucung on a
foreugn court and also they had to play all theur games
away durmg the furst leg of the West Branch League
Although we had a losmg season the year was marked
by the abnormal number of close games The second
leg of the West Branch League was celebrated by the
openung of the spacuous Montoursvule Hugh School
The followung members of the class of 1951 have
played varsuty sports Montgomery Bartmess Bastuan
Elluson DeWald McHenry Paulhamus lruon Ader
hold Harner Shaheen Mausteller and Muchael Mgr
The openung of the football season was Sep-
tember 8 a nught game agaunst our tradutuonal foe
Jersey Shore The unexperuenced charges of Coach
Hogan had a hard tume fundung themselves on the
large Shore fueld and were funally overpowered by a
much larger team to the score of 25 6 Hughlught of
the game was Ray Montgomery s takung Jersey Shore s
kuck off and gomg 82 yards to pay durt
The next week the team got on the wun column
by downung Troy 19 7 un a hard fought contest Troy
scored furst but the Warruors came back fughtung to
score three tumes The Blue and Gold s aerual attack
started cluckung for the furst tume un the unfant season
and helped balance our strong runnung game
On September 23 the Warruors faced a strong
Canton team whuch was supposed to make thungs
plenty tough for us lt took four quarters of rough
football before Hogans charges came out on top
20 12 The T formatuon was used thus game to great
advantage by hard runnung Montgomery and Grafuus
Larson scored on a pass play from Grafuus and Ray
Montgomery scored two
The next Saturday the Blue and Gold faced a
bug hard chargung Watsontown team The furst half
was a scoreless battle but funally un the second half
Watsontown scored three tumes to wun 21 0
Montour traveled to Northumberland on Oc
tober 12 to be agaun outweughed by the bug Pune
knotters The game was truly a tough defensuve
battle after Northumberland had scored the only
touchdown un the furst quarter Grafuus suffered a
head unuury un the bruusung battle
Then came the tradutuonal game of the year wuth
South Wulluamsport Wuth two of the four startung
backfueld men unuured un other games the Blue and
Gold went unto the contest an underdog and never
dud get started Thus was probably the Warruers worst
played game of the year gomg down before South
23 0 Elluson and Don Montgomery were severely n
lured un thus hard played contest
The Warruors broke theur three game losmg
streak by downung Muncy 20 9 The brught spot of
the game was when Probst untercepted a Muncy aerual
and rambled 85 yards for the score
Montour ground out uts second straught wun wuth
a 6 0 vuctory over Mufflunburg Larson pucked up a
fumble and raced 75 yards for the touchdown The
fune defensuve game strengthened Montours bud for
the West Branch Crown
A hughly touted Lewusburg team came to Mon
tour on November 4 only to come out on the short
end of 18 7 score Grafuus patched to Larson for one
T D ran for one and Morse punched over to account
for the thurd score
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The 10 seniors playing their last game for M,H.S.
led the Warriors to the co-championship with a hard
fought 6-O victory over Montgomery Ray Montgom- tour losses.
September 8 Jersey Shore 25
The basketball season started off on the wrong on the win column
ery scampered across for the only score This game
climaxed a highly successful season of six wins and
foot with the team s having no gym Finally a prac Although they had a losing season the team
tice floor was acquired and basketball sessions started made the leadefs of the Wegf Branch League work
The Blue and Gold won their first exhibition for every game they won
game but after that they had a rough time getting
Montoursville High School Basketball Schedule of 1950 1951
Dec Lock Haven Catholrc
Tues Dec 19
Thurs Jan 4
Tues Jan 23
Tues Jan 30
F Feb 2
Tues Feb 6
F Feb 9
Tues Feb 20
Fri Feb 23
St Joe s Wmsport
St Marv s Wmsport
St Joe s Wmsport
St Mary s Wmsport
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23 12 20
" 30 20 0
7 6 0
" 12 . ' ' 32 0
21 9 20
" 28 ' ' 0 6
4 ' 7 18
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Fri., . 15 ' 55 31
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Tues, Jan. 9 Muncy 50 79
Fri, 12 55 71
Fu, an 19 ' , 44 66
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Fri , 26 37 52
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Fri., . 16 . ' . 45 53
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'THE COACHES THE
Xst ROW Shugrue R Mor Pamhamus McHenry R Montgomery Elhson Bashan Bart
rn ss Grahus 2nd ROW F orse Strobie a es arner asseXberry Probs! Pans er
ol Leathers Mc arty Larson 3rd ROW Siemer Shaheen Rayhorn Klepper S nngman
Moser Mrher Thomas Ertel Fuilmer Nevxll
BERNAN HOGAN LECCE
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Pans Ellnson Snyder Mausteller Larson 3rd ROW Coach Hogan D
JU lllll VAR ITY
The yunnor varsuty had a very successful season thus year Under the
watchful eye ot Coach Lecce the Junnor Varslty bounced one team after
These future varsuty men make the outlook for the commg years much
Letter men are Ertel Stroble Campbell Rayhorn Leathers Stopper
Montoursvulle Junnor Varsity Schedule for 1950 1951
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Ertel Hutchuson Srnuth Irron Hall
We the students of M H S would luke to express our thanks to all
those persons who anded nn grvmg Montoursvnlle thelr new long awaltec
scoreboard The parents belonging to the Parent Teacher Assocnateon co
Iected the money Mr lra Sprnngman and town fathers constructed and
erected the scoreboard Such unselflsh work and fme interest IS greatly ap-
precuated by students and teachers as well We hope thus Interest wull con
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Lewus Eck Earnest Sullwan 2nd ROW McConnel Davis
Baker Hutchmson Hensel Slusser Campbell Confer Scarfe
Mosteller Lucas 3rd ROW Lewus Gehr Schlaugh Brlan
Bryan McLaughlun Peters Bartlett Cardennls Albert Hakes
Prmgle Mr Bernan 4th ROW Entz Chaapel Casner
Sth ROW Morse Hardenberg Reeder Bower Loudens
lager Campbell Wullnamson Grafnus Shugrue Hakes Bo
gart Shnrm Reese 6th ROW Welman Klees Halderrnan
Larson Erfel Muller Boyer Lockard Lorah Morse Eng
Coder, Kaluza, Hall, Reynolds, Folk, Mull, Sponnenburg,
Schrmer Waltz, Carr, Troxell Souter, Mr Sturnpt 2nd
ROW Fox, Reeder, Entz, Shearer, Reeder, Hams, Stoner,
Nevnll, Probst, Helm, Mostellev, Thomas, Avalna, Phullups,
Holdren, Fry, Elluson, Gortner, Osler, Westbrook 3rd ROW
McCuIloh, Wem, Rutter, Moon, Lawns, Chapman, Kurtz,
Wulcox, Fry, Bosch, Long, Hessler, Runa Scaute, Walk,
Srmth, Wmters, Karcherner, Pentz Mrs Edwards 4th ROW
Leathers, Rutter, Wall, Keagle, Van Dune Long, Anstead
Tanner, Phnllnps, Wueman, Parrns, Fay, Hagenmeyer, Kerr
Moore, Early, lruon, Egla, Hall Sth ROW Casselberry
Thomas, McCarty, Fullmer, Sprungman, Easton, Eck, Brady
Wmters, Moon, Houseknect, Kurtz Dunlap, Moser, Bart
lett, Ott, Klnpper, Thomas, Stroble, Gardner
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Ist ROW Fullmer Chapman Terry Johns Platt Earnest
Fullmer Kragle Westbrook Beamer Lewus Lewls Mun
dnck Scott Fullrner Mr Rowe 2nd row Stettler Spnuler
Muller Maller Lewus Getchen Lewus Hartman Lrttle
Kreudler Morse Stoner Eck Cyphers Wenhermuller Glace
Peters Rager Wnllson Shnpton Hannes Mrs Wright 3rd
ROW Buck Gnlbert Sprungman Cooper Moon Hams
Sutler Chrnstwell Halderman Fry Laubengeuger Hulmg
Mahaffey Slagenwelt Albert Aderhold Currant Berry
Souter Bowman Mr Wmger 4th ROW Murtz Knrken
dall Barbour Shannon Gatz Bauchgam Sprmgman Karsch
ner Dewltt Chapman Ertel Foster Ostland Rlchenbaugh
Swartz Burkholder Reeder Foller Sth ROW Stroble Ray
horn Wheeland Evans Klees Whupple McCulloh Holdren
Confer Wheeland Shannon Sullnvan Fay Gilbert Elluet
Benson Emnck Pnttenger Lewis Hagenberger
lst ROW Hanner Bower Burfleld Johnson Lyons Hall
Osler Lechter Burns Yonkm Chapman Fazler Rmg Kline
Hull Evans Bryan Rhone Mmgle Spnngman Mull 2nd
ROW Hnpple Holdren Klnne Stmer Sponnenburg Early
Synder Lerphart Vandermark Snnex Mclaughlm Pnttenger
Grlbert Carr Wolf Beamer Lewus Moon Gardner Faugh
nan Hams Shahun 3rd row Stackhouse Starr Justlce
Wenhermuller Mendenhall Harrus Chapman Shearer Daw
son Moser Converse Forse Raymond Lunt Shupman
Helm Eglu Easton Hanna Shaheen Fawber Wmters Mr
Lecce 4th ROW Souter Halderman Artley Shaffer
Schrmer Losch Confer Goss Stopper Freezer Wlllnams
Eck Shearer Wulluams Campbell Smnth Reeser Akers
Brass Hudson Thomas Stnttmatter Heddlns
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ROW Crawford Ott Fry Fullmer Fry Luchtner Sprung
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Duufer McCarty Sprung Neece Prues Wullson Reynolds
l-lalderman Muss Null 3rd ROW Waltz Turner Weaver
Gallagher Mausteller Hoff McCuIlol'1 Hardenburg Watts
Ott Runko Stroble Puckerung Cowher Fry Schrader Krue
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Long Sprungman Whute Whute Sauter Cardennus Fox
Cl-ueattle Hudson Keagle Van Horn Muller Heal Casruer
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Helm Eder Peters Mclaugl-ulun Lucas Mosteller Lorah
Bogart Mrs Gstalder 2nd ROW Stetler Muller Moon
Buck Sprungman Fluckenger Kropos Entz Bryan Peters
Hessler Kurtz Wulcox Slusser 3rd ROW Muller Camp
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Scaufe Rung Morse Kreudler McCuIloh Lockard Hutch
unsoru 4th ROW Halderrnan Artley Schruner Shaffer
Justuce Souter Long Rutter Stuner Reynolds Waltz
Schruner Moore Hartman
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Starr Prmgle Lewns Gehr 3rd ROW Smith Early Tallman Braker Losch Thomas Platt
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Our newly formed student councul has been very actnve thus year The
lost and found department whuch they took over rs now effucnently run
Students complamts and comments are submutted to the questuon boxes
where they are given ummednate attention at the forthcomlng meetlng by
councul members The Valentune Dance whach they sponsored was a bug
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AMERICAS MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR
The onlv car with Anatomic Design
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Grace and Walnut STS
BECK 81 BECK
CURTIS A ENGLISH
Req stered Professuonai Engmeer
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A o K USED CARS -A
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Parts cmd Accessories
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MONTOURSVILLE 'k MUNCY
LYIIIIIVII B IIULLEISE
The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sclence Degrees
LIBERAL ARTS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PRE PROFESSIONAL
CHURCH WORKERS COURSE
FINE ARTS SECRETARIAL COURSES LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
Students of Montoursvulle and other near by areas
have the opportumty to obtam a college educatlon
wnthun commutmg dustance of theur homes
For lnformatlon Wrnte
Director of Admnssuons
Anything from a splmfer to
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Coa Lumber Hardware
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Tozlay there are more positions open in husiness, indus-
try and in Fecleml offices than at any time during the
last quarter of ai century.
XX hen High School days 'ue over
Xnd xou 'ire piepcumg for future
life in other fields
REME WEEE 349 Pine Street
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Heavy and Shelf Hardware Blastmg Supplxes
Pxpe Flttmgs Cement OlPlaste1 Glass Pamt
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Outfltters Men Boys
300 P1ne Street
Grocery 8: Restaurant
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With Thenr Requvrements an
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GUNS AND AMMUNITION
Phone 2 3100
Harder Sportung Goods Co
6 Pune Street Wnlllamsport
Prlor 81 Sallada Co
Sold 8. Repanred
Warsng Motor Rewmdlng
230 PINE STREET
Expert Repaurmg Engraving
Dnamonds a Specualty
Melvm L Schlauch
Jewelry of Dlstmctlon
40 West Wlllow Street
Opposnte Court House
DIAL 2 I607
Makers of Tasty Foods
Hand Made Pretzels
Tasty Potato Chnps
Crlspy Pretzel Stix
65 ELDRED STREET WILLIAMSPORT PA
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MAKERS OF LASTEX FABRICS
Montoursvllle and Milton Pa
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135 W 3rd Street Fountain Servrce
Radros Pranos Candles Soda:
Pnonograpns Sundaes and Ice Cream
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Wrllramsport Saddlery Co
phone 6339 Acme Market
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Wheels Chassis Axles Stranghtened
Phone 2 3206
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Manufacturers of Betsy Ross
514 Market ST Wnllnamsport, Pa
2 sport Milk
A. W. Stabler
3lO Arch Street Phone
328 Arch Street Phone 8-l l73
Montoursville P .
Robert D Van Horn
Tots N Teens
Chuldren s Clothmg
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Around The Corner
Busy Bee Lunch
JOHN HIRAS 5. SON Props
45 East Thtrd Street
Across from East Thnrd Street
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R '718 East Thurd Street
Foot Safetv Devnces
Lron Automatlc Flsh Landlng Gaffs
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Phone 2 9567
Complumenrg Res Tel 2 H43 Plant Montoursvulle 8 1151
Oldsmobile Sales 81 Servvce
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Cut Cast Stone Precast Concrete
1853 East Tburd Street Wulluamsport Pa
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