Montoursville High School - Sock Yearbook (Montoursville, PA)

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The 1959,SOCIq Our Alma Mater . . . Inside Our 17 Acres Published by the 'SUCK Staff Io ANN HEIM, Editor-in-chief MONTOURSVILLE AREA ,IOIQZT HIGH SCHOOL Montoursville V A Pennsylvania 5,5 in I i me XNH-bdhhv-up On The Football Field, Tri-Hi-Y Initiation Inside ur 17 Acres Repairing Parts In The Ag Building Cheering The Warriors On To Victory In Montoursville Working In The Chemistry L T551 'Y y L MXN, My L ' 5 The Ostonwakin Memorial Inside, Looking Out w ,pf I A Eating In The Cafeteria Wherever we traveled Gym We enjoyed 1959 le. Welding In The Shop MRS. CONSTANCE HOYT . We Dedicate . . . this 1959 ,SOCK to Mrs. Constance Hoyt. After thirty-two years of teaching in the Montoursville school system, Mrs. Hoyt, our fifth grade teacher, is retiring. As one of her many classes, We will always re- member her patience, her understanding, and her love for every student. As a small token of our deep appreciation, we dedi- cate this annual to Mrs. Hoyt and wish her a long, happy retirement. T Mrs. Hoyt 7 ng Her L F OREWORD The theme of the 1959 ,SOCK is "Inside Seventeen Acres." Using this idea, we tried to record many of the activities in and around our school during a busy senior's seventeenth year. A11 the many, nice things which hap- pened could not be recorded but as much as possible of uinterest rto-everyone cisjiereut Ihe prtnm clasLpla55,cM21jL Day, pep rallies-everything seemed bigger and better than ever. As have the editors before us, we agreed to con- tinue the name of the YSOCK, an abbreviated form of Loyalsock, for which our annual is named. We also added more pictures in new places. In 1958-1959, Montoursville High School saw some wonderful events. The capture of the football and basketball championships in the West Branch Conference highlighted the many activities. As you read this book and travel through our "Seven- teen Acres," we hope you will always remember with pleasure this very special year. THE EDITORIAL STAFF 8 CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION School Board . Faculty . . SENIOR SECTION Seniors . . Prom Play . . Class Day . Commencement Personalities . ACTIVITIES . ,SOCK Staff . Student Council Queens . . May Day Clubs . Band ATHLETICS . Football . Basketball . Wrestling . junior Varsity Sports Cheerleaders . UNDERCLASSMEN Juniors . . Sophomores . Freshmen Eighth . Seventh . . ADVERTISEMENTS . if .fl .-f-335. 1, Page 10 12 13 16 18 31 32 34 36 40 42 44 46 48 49 50 56 58 60 64 66 68 69 70 72 74 74 75 75 76 , , w 1 w v School Board ADMINISTRATION CHESTER E. MCCALL Supervising Principal Seated, Left to Right-C. Snyder, A. McCoy, J. Reeder, R. Deitrick H. Cope. Standing-R. Springman, R. Landon, A. Hunter, C. McNeil W. Brooks, C. Smith. RALPH W. PRICE Principal Albert McCoy, secretary, and Patricia Crisswell, secretary. ,i.n,-..k FACULTY Language Arts Miss Briel, Miss White, Mr. Hyman, Mr. Foose, Miss Brosius, Miss Grove, Mrs. Babcock. Science Nlr. Hester and Mr. Winger. Social Studies Miss Null, Mr. Kissell, Mr. Felix, Mr. Burdett, Mrs. Wright. fi 5 up Q ,mu . if m- gf? .55 FACULTY Commercial Mr. B'IcCracken and Mr. Blair. Physical Education Mrs. Courtney and Mr. Czap. Mathematics r. Gore, Mr. Strein, Mr. Hinsto 1 s. Decker, Mr. Fenton, Mr. Pe t Ab t M B Agricultural and Industrial Arts Mr. Girven and Mr. Rowe. Special Arts VII rry, Mr. Cou.r ney. sen , r. esa ceney. Home Economics Mrs. Scheaffer and Mrs. Brown. 'EA W '9- -'z -rug- fffmz' L A Y , -Q. is K b . "Els 5 Q. ww ,IJ 2 DAVID L. ALBERT "Dave" Academic "A little work, a little play, to keep us going-anal so goool-day." -Maurier BRUCE G. ANDERSON "Goose" Academic "Nothing is more valuable to a man than courtesy."-Terence Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, Manager 35 "Cheaper By The Dozen" 35 i'Nuts In May" 45 Chorus 25 Newspaper Staff 35 'SOCK Staff l, 4, Sports Edi- tor 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Gym Exhi- bition 25 Monogram Club 4. DOLORES A. ANSTADT "Dolores" Academic "Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors!"-Alcott Officials Club 45 F. T. A. 45 May Day 1, 2, 35 ,SOCK Staff 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 35 Library Club 1, 2, 35 Tri- l-li-Y 2, 3, 4. JACK ATKINS "jack" General "When in doubt, win the trick."-Hoyle Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Monogram Club 3, 4. CAROL A. BACHLE HCHTOV' General "Speech is great, but silence is greater."-Shakespeare May Day 1, 25 Chorus 4. . JUDITH D. BAIR "l1wly', Academic "Friends nre born, not made." -Adams Transfer from Warrior's Mark5 May Day 35 Chorus 3, 45 District Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club 35 junior Histori- ans 3, 45 Tri-I-li-Y 3, 4. ALBERT L. BAYLOR "Abby" Agriculture "1t's hardly in a b0dy's power, to keep, at times, f-me being sour."-Burns F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. it -2 e S li is X 5 ge' S EE! .. ff? Senior Class of 1959 18 ive Mliuc ---- if-I-A-1-iaae"i Semor Class of 1959 EUGENE E. BOYLES l'Ge1'lf2" General "My foolish parents taught -me how to read and write." 4Ma1'tial Chorus 1, 2, 3, Junior His- torians l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4,3 Dance Band 1, 2, County Band 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM W. BROOKS III ' "Bill" Agriculture "I never wa ' the hour I wasshdr?n.llupPy Smeg -Anonymous Wrestling Club 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Trea- surer 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President Lycoming- Clinton County F. F. A. CARL W. BROWN "Brownie" General "A closed m o 14 t h catches no fizes."-Cervantes CLYDE LARUE BUNCE "Clyde" General "One can't choose when one is going to love."-Ibsen "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, Junior Historians 1, 2, 3, l'Nuts In May" 4. DAVID A. CALEHUFF "Dave" General "To be strong is to he happy." -Longfellow Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, May Court 3, 'SOCK Staff 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Librarian 1, 2, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Mono- gram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 2, Glee Club 3, Presi- dent 3. PATRICIA IAYNE CONNELLY "Pat" Commercial "No matter where the body is, the mind is free to go elsewhere." -Davis F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, May Court 4, 'SOCK Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Newspaper Staff 1, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 4, District Chorus 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, -4, Class Secretary 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Intramurals 3, "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, "Nuts In May" 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 4, National Honor Society 4. SUE ELLEN CONVERSE "Suzie" Academic "There is no royal road to ge- ometryf'-Euclid F. T. A. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, May Court 4, 'Socx Staff 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Glass Treasurer 3, 4, Business Manager of "Cheaper By The Dozen" ancl "Nuts In May." ROBERT L. CRAIN "Bob" Academic "Putting paint on everything in sight, is surely art's most sat- isfying fm'm."-Herbert 'SOCK Staff 1, 2, 3. MARY A. DALY "Butch" General "We boil at different degrees." -Emerson May Day 1, 29 "Cheaper By The Dozen" 39 "Nuts In May" 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 39 Glee Club 3. BEVERLY JEAN DAWSON "Bev" General "1'd rather have an inch of dog than miles of pedigree."-Burnet Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4g F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, May Court 45 ,SOCK Staff 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 39 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dis- trict Chorus 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 23 Glee Club 3. DONNA E. DEITRICK "Blondie" Academic "Spell well, if you can."-Finch F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, 'SOCK Staff 3, Chor- us lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Club lg Music Appre- ciation Club 4. STEVEN PAUL DBLP "Steve" Academic "What's the use? Yesterday an egg, tomorrow a feather cluster." -Fenderson Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, May Court 3, 'SOCK Staff 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, "Nuts In May" 4. MAXINE B. DICE "Max" General "And had a face like a bless- ing."-Cervantes. May Day 1, 2, 39 ,SOCK Stal? 35 Newspaper Stall: lg Chorus 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary lg Glee Club 3, Music Appreciation Club 4, "Nuts in May" 4. RAYMOND G. DINCHER, IR. "Bennie" Agriculture "Mu-rn's the word."-Cervantes F. F. A. 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3. 4 Senior Class of 1959 20 .l 1M Senior Class of 1959 MARY ANN ECK "Eckie" Commercial "l see how thine eye would emulate the diamond: Thou hast the right arched beauty of the brow."-Shakespeafe F. H. A. 1, 2, May Day 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3. BARBARA j. Ecu "Barb" General "We must ext to live and live to eat."-Fielding May Day 1, 2, 3, "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, 'SOCK Staff 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Banquet Committee 3, Voice-of-Democarcy C o n t e s - tant 3, 'iNuts In May" 4. JUDY E. ENGLISH "jude" General "Those two fatal words, Mine and Thine."-Cervantes Transfer from Williamsport 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Official Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, 'Socic Staff 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Music Appreciation Club 4, 4'Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, "Nuts In May" 4. MARGUERITE A. EVANS "Maggie" Commercial "She 1-loats up the fiver of his thoughts."-Longfellow F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, 'Soclc Staff 3, News- paper Staff 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, County Band 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, Glee Club 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BARBARA S. EvERE'r'r "Barb" Commercial "Thou art a delicious torment." -Emerson F. T. A. 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, May Court 3, 4, Snowball Court 2, 3, Homecoming Court 4, 'Soclc Staff 2, 3, 4, Newspaper StaE 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tum- bling Club 1, 2, Glee Club 3. PERRY L. FENDERSON, IR. "Butch" General "It is safer to keep silence than to speak."-Epictetus Transfer from Williamsport 4. HERBERT W. FIRTH "Herb" Academic "Life's too short for chess." -Byron "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3, "Nuts In May" 4, ,SOCK Staff 3, 4, Photography Editor 4, Band 1, 2. THERON I. Fox "jack" General "Religion-that voice of the deepest human experience." -Arnold Football 1, 2g Basketball 15 Wrestling Club 1, 25 Chorus lg Junior Historians 1. MARY K. Fu LLMER "Mary" General "Let gentleness my strong en- forcement be."-Shakespeare Officials Club 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 2. MARY ANN GALLAGHER "Blondie" General "And if the sun would e-ver shine, there would I dwell." -Bradstreet F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 1, 2, 33 ,SOCK Staffl3g News- paper Stall 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 43 Glee Club 3. JOANE E. GARDNER "joane" General "Be to her virtues very kindg Be to her faults a little blind." -Prior F. H. A. 33 May Day 2, 3. rr LEE GLACE "Glacie" General "Let a fool hold his tongue and he will pass for a sage."-Syrus Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1. LARRY C. GR:MM "Larry" Academic "I am not arguing with you, I'm telling you."-Whistler Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g 'SOCK Staff 45 Chorus 15 Student Council lg Monogram Club 49 National Honor Society 4, Treasurer 4. PRISCILLA M. GRUGAN Prissy" Commercial "A penny for your thoughts." -Heywood Transfer from Jersey Shore 39 Band 3, 4. Senior Class of 1959 22 Senwr Class of 1959 FRANK E. HALL "Frank" Academic "He hlushes, all is well." ASerence Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Mono- gram Club 3, 45 May Court 3. BARRY S. HANBURGER 'lBa1ry" Academic "Marriage is a noose." -Cervantes Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Monogram Club 3, 45 Lead- ers Club 2, Treasurer 2. CARL L. HANFORD "Carl" Academic "Love is the salt of life." -Sheyfleld Wrestling 35 Wrestling Club 1, 25 Newspaper Staff 35 Chorus 1, 25 Junior Histori- ans 2, 3, 4. LARRY E. HARRIS "Larry" Academic "Legs are staple articles and will never go out of fashion while the world lasts." -Iarret and Palmer Football 2, 3, 45 Wrestling Club 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Mon- ogram Club 3, 45 Wrestling 4. JOYCE E. HARTMAN "Joyce" Commercial "Girls blush, sometimes, he- cause they are alive."-Browning May Day 1, 25 ,SOCK Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 35 Band 3, 45 Tumbling 1, 2. DAVID A. HARVEY "Dave" Academic "Stolen kisses are always sweet- er."-Leigh Hunt Football 1, 35 Junior Histori- ans 15 Archery Club 1. ERNEST P. HAWK "O'l Em" General "When angry, count fourg when very angry, swear."-Twain Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Wres- tling Club 1, 2, Secretary 15 'Cheaper By The Dozen" 35 'SOCK Staff 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigals 2, 35 District Chorus 2, 3, 45 Band 15 County Band 15 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35 'lNuts In May" 4. ELIZABETH A. HEIM "Liz" Academic "It would talk3 Lord, how it talked."-Beaumont and Fletcher F. T. A. 43 'SOCK Staff 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 1, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Band 33 Clee Club 33 "Nuts ln May" 4. jo ANN HEIM "Io" Academic "A finger in every pie." -Cervantes Showboat Summer 33 Intra- murals 23 Officials Club 3, 43 Sports Day 2, 33 May Day 1, 2, 3g "Cheaper By The Doz- en" 3g 'SOCK Staif 2, 3, 4, Editor-in'Chief 43 Newspaper Staff 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Dis- trict Chorus 33 Junior His- torians 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, District and Regional President 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Snowball Court 33 Voice of Democracy 4g U. N. Trip Winner 4g National Honor Society 4, Secretary 43 "Nuts In May" 43 May Court 4. . L, JOSEPH W. HEIM "joe" General "No mutter how thin you slice it, it's still boloney."-Smith Wrestling Club 1, 23 'SOCK Staff 4, Advertising Editor 4. JOYCE MARIE HENDERSHOT "Joyce" General "Blessed ure the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders."-Nietzsche May Day 1, 2, 33 OH-icials Club 43 Library Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43 F. H. A. 3, 4. MARILYN M. HIGGINS "Skip" Commercial "God forbid that I should go to a heaven in which there are no horses. "-Graham F. H. A. 3, 43 Library Club 1, 4. ,rt ' .'fS9'1 GLORIA JEAN HIPPLE "Gloria" Home Economics "Silence is more musical than any song."-Georgina F. H. A. 3, 43 May Day 2, 33 Library Club 3. z V ,.., va. GEORGE M. HOLMES "Scrounge" Academic "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."-Heywood Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Wrestling Club 1, 23 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 May Day 33 Newspaper Staff 3g Student Council 4, Treasurer 4g Chor- us 1, 2, 33 Madrigals 2, 33 District Chorus 33 Band 13 County Band 13 "Cheaper By The Dozen" 3. Senior Class of 1959 24 Senior Class of 1959 TERRANCE L. HORN "Terry" Academic "I.ord! I womler what fool it was that first ifzivtvztvtl kissing." -Swift F. F. A. 15 Wrestling Club 25 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Monogram Club 4. WILLA A. KLINE "Ann" Academic "We live, not as we wish to, hut as we can."-lllenander F. T. A. 3, 45 May Day 1, 2, 35 ,SOCK Staff 2, 3, 45 News- paper Stalf 1, 35 Madrigals 35 District Chorus 35 Band 35 junior Historians 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 25 Tri-1-li-Y 2, 3, 45 "Cheaper By The Doz- en" 35 Showboat Summer 1. R. ALAN LANDON "Alan" Academic "Hot love sozm cold." -Heywood Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Wrestling Club 1. PAUL D. KAHLER "Dave" Academic 1'VVe that are lovers run into strange capers."-Shakespeare Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 MonogramAClub 2, 3, 45 ,SOCK Staff 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigals 25 Dis- trict Chorus 35 Glee Club 1, 35 Student Council 2, 3, Sec- ond Vice-President 35 Lead- ers Club 2, Vice-President 25 May Court 2, 3. RONALD L. KEAGLE "RO11Vli6!' General "He may not score, and yet he helps to win."-1X1ietzsche Football Manager 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1, Manager 45 Wres- tling Club 15 Monogram Club 4. TOM L. LETCHER "Tom" General "I-Ii! handsome hunting man." 4Walter ole la Mare MILES G. LONG "Mailzee" General "The stronger always succeeds." -Pluutus Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 District Band 15 County Band 1, 25 Monogram Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 25 RICHARD T. LUNGER "Dick" Academic "1 awoke one morning and found myself famous."-Byron Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, i'Cheaper By The Doz- en" 3, "Nuts In May" 4, 'SOCK Staff 4, Literary Edi- tor 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Chorus 2, Student Council 2, 3, First Vice-President 3, Class Vice-President 2, 4, Monogram Club 4, Gym Ex- hibition 2, Chorus Treasurer 2, Glee Club 3, Co-Chairman junior-Senior Prom, National Honor Society 4, President 4. ft! ' 'lil' "'1',' HANNAH D. LUNT "Dee-Dee" Home Economics "A good heart is better than the heads in the World." -Dismcli F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH P. LYON "Lidoly" General " 'Twas her thinking of others made you think of her." -Browning F. T. A. 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, ,SOCK Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, News- paper StaHf 1, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY A. lVlCl:ADDEN "S lzirleyn Commercial "Silence is a fine jewel for a woman, lout it is little worn." -Fuller F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. RONALD E. MCCALL "Spud" Academic "Nothing is worth reading that does not require an alert mind." -Warner Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, News- paper Staff 3, Chorus 1, 2, Class President 1, 2, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Co-Chain man Junior-Senior Prom 3, National Honor Society 4, Vice-President 4. JANE A. MCCARTY "jam" Academic "Good-will is the miglztiest force in the world."-Dole Class President 3, Vice-Presi- dent 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Glee Club 3, Secretary-Trea- surer 3, Madrigals 2, 3, Dis- trict Chorus 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, Dis- trict Band 1, 4, County Band 1, 3, 4, State Band 4, 'SOCK Staff 4, Activity Editor 4, Newspaper Staff 1, 3, Sports Day 2, May Day 1, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Show- boat Summer 1, National Honor Society 4. RONALD M. MCCLOSKEY "Ronnie" Academic "I can resist everything except temptation."-VVeld Transfer from Pittsburgh 4. Senior Class of 1959 26 ...,..,, Q Senior Class of 1959 NIARIAN L. lVlCLAUGHLIN "Pete" Commercial "Hitch your wagon to a star." -Emerson Officials Club 45 F. T. A. 45 May Day 1, 2, 35 'SOCK Staff 2, 3, 4, Subscription Editor 45 Newspaper Staff 1, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Clee Club 35 Tumbling 1, 2, 35 Majorette 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 25 Sports Day 4. FAITH L. MALLOTT "Bulalales" Academic "Take a pair of sparkling eyes." -Gilbert F. T. A. 45 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 'SOCK Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Officials Club 3, 45 "Nuts In May" 45 Sports Day 3, 4. HAZEL ANN MOORE "Hamm Commercial "Better late than never." -Heywood Ollicials Club 45 Cheerlead- ing 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 4, Presi- dent 45 May Day 1, 25 May Court 3, 4, Queen 45 'SOCK Staff 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Stall 1, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Tfi'Hi'Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 15 Flaming Foliage Queen 45 Snowball Queen 45 Home- coming Court 45 Glee Club 35 Cheerleading Treasurer 45 Sports Day 4. - ROBERT N. MURPHY "Bob" Academic "My stomach serves me instead of a clock."-Swift May Day 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 District Chorus 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 County Band 3, 4. JUDITH A. NATALE "lady" General "lt's love, it's love that makes the world go round."-Unknown Transfer from Wi11iamsport5 Oflicials Club 45 F. T. A. 45 May Day 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Music Appreciation Club 4. LEONARD E. PHILLIPS "Lennie" General "This is the short and long of it."-Shakespeare Wrestling Club 1, 25 Wrestling 1. MICHAEL W. PRIES "Mike" Academic "Make my coffee strong." -Mackay Basketball 1. HARRY E. RANCK "Harry" General "There is no fire without some smoke."-Heywoool Wrestling 1, Wrestling Club 1, 2. HARRIET 1. REECE "Harriet" General "To know is nothing at all, to imagine is everything."-France May Day 1, 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 3, 4. - MARIE A. ROLES "Marie" General "Simplicity, most rare in 0-ur age."-Ovid F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, Tumbling l, 2. BONNIE LEE SHERMAN "Bonnie" Commercial "Speech is great, but silence is greater."-Cafyle F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. NEIL SHIPMAN "Neil" Academic "Only the game fish swims up stream."-Moore Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, Student Council 1, 3, 4, First Vice-President 4, Class Vice- President 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, District Band 3, 4, County Band l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3. RICHARD F. SIIULTZ "Tombstone" Academic "Ha1ol q 1: es t i on s must have hard answers."-Plutarcla Wrestling 1, 2, Wrestling Club 1, 2, junior Historians 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3, Band 1, Library Club 1, 2. MARY ELLEN SILVAGNI "Mary" Commercial "A woman with a passion for buying."-Ovid Transfer from Williamsport, Officials Club 4, May Day 2, 3, Library Club 3. Senior Class of 1959 28 Senior Class of 1959 BARBARA M. SITLER "Barb" General "She will stay at home, per- haps, if her leg be broke." -Fuller F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 May Day 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Tumbling 1, 2. DENNIS H. SMITH "Smitty" General "The secret of success is con- stancy to purpose."-Disraeli CARLENE R. SNYDER "Carlene" General "I never think of the future, it comes too soon."-Einstein Gfficials Club 43 F. H. A. 23 May Day 1, 2, 33 'SOCK StaE 1, 2, 33 Chorus 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling Club 13 Music Appreciation Club 4. PHILIP W. SPITLER "Phil" Academic "Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no lies."-Goldsmith Football 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23 Class President 43 Monogram Club 43 Stage Manager 4. SYLVIA R. SPRINGMAN "Sylv" Academic "Love is better than fame." -Taylor May Day 1, 2, 33 Chorus 2, 3, 43 District Chorus 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 1, 23 District Band 3, 43 County Band 2, 3, 43 Girls' Hockey Team 33 National Honor Society 4. MAX R. STARR "Max" General "Those move easiest who have learned to dance."-Pope MICHAEL E. TURNER "Mike" Academic "Our life consisteth partly in folly and partly in Wisdom." -Montaigne Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Basketball Manager 3, 43 "Cheaper By The Dozen" 33 'SOCK Staff 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Dis- trict Chorus 33 Junior His- torians 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Chaplain 33 Monogram Club 43 Glee Club 3. mum! WILLIAM WEIHERMULLER "Danny" General "A-hunting we will go." -Fulding Wrestling 1, 23 Wrestling Club 1, 2. EDWARD L. WENTZEL ' "Eddie" General "There is no substitute for hard work."-Edison Wrestling Club 1. K RICHARD H. WILLIAMS V "Rich" Academic "When you have nothing to say, say nothing."-Coltrm Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, Leaders Club 2. KATHRYN AQ WINTER ' "Kay" General "Bait the hook well, this fish will bite."-Shakespeare Officials Club 3, F. H. A. 2, 3, 49 May Day 2, 35 Li- brary Club 3, 4, President 4. BETTY JANE WOLFGANG "Betty" Academic " 'Twas the devil that taught women to dance."-Fuller Cheerleading lg May Day l, 25 May Court 3, 49 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 29 District Band 3, 4, County Band 1, 2, 39 Showboat Sum- mer lg Homecoming Queen 4g Snowball Court 4. Seniors Without Pictures ANN LEE LUTZ THOMAS P. STEINER Senior Class of 1959 . MIM ... Sf it I 'ad E IOR PROM Saturday, May 23, the gymnasium was trans- formed into a Parisian cafe as the Junior Class presented "An Evening in Paris." Dancing from 8 to mid-night to the music of Mel Arder and his orchestra, Seniors, Juniors, and their dates-all had a Wonderful time. In place of the annual banquet, junior grade mothers served a lovely buffet in the cafeteria. No one who attended will forget this mar- velous evening-a suitable climax to a special year. By the sidewalk cafe in gay Paree. SENIUR CLASS The Senior Class Play, 'lNuts in May," was presented March 19 and 20. The three-act comedy, written by Cornelia Otis Skinner, was performed by a cast of l6, which included: Jo Ann Heim, Steve Delp, Herb Firth, Mary Daly, Iudy English, Barb Egli, Maxine Dice, Elizabeth Heim, Mary Ann Callagher, Clyde Bunce, Pat Connelly, Tom Steiner, Dick Lunger, Bruce Anderson, Faith Mallot, and lane McCarty. Mrs. Edith Wright directed the play While Mr. lack Hester and Sue Converse handled the financial matters. Phil Spitler, stage construction manager, and his crew built new Hats and took charge of sound effects and lighting. Left to Right-C. Bunce, T. Steiner, B. Anderson, H. Firth, I. English, M. Gallagher, M. Daly, M. Dice, B. Egli, E. Heim, P. Connelly, D. Lunger, I. Heim. 32 l PLY NRNXTL i 'E w. Left fo Right-P. Spider, stage managerg Mrs. Edith XVright, directorg S. Converse, business manager. H. Firth, M. Daly Left to Right-B. Egli, H. Firth, F. Mallet, I. Heim, S. Delp, I. McCarty. 'I Music-1overs??? Dedication of the yearbook. CLASS DAY We brought home the trophies. Miss Universe Contest 777 .1-v "Grandma's Lye Soap." 34 Handing on the mantle. "We leave to"-Class Will. "Infinity, where art thou?" 35 Our 'Little Space Girl'. Bandstand at Montour High ggassgzfv fuer up Qi? W A 'ffsx M 1 's iqii .wr 512' , f ,W 8 ml X?-'Exif r QL A J ' 'I ' A V VE - Fw F Q . 51 ww .S V..,,A:, ,I , W E Ka EEK -M1 f1h" , 3-+4 ,W Ii Wig ui i 1 1 if 1 1 P ,4 ,pw f L.- 9 6 , 95 BACCALAUREATE May 31, 1959, Baccalaureate services were held in the high school auditorium for the graduating class, parents, and friends. The Reverend Strath- more Kilkenny, assisted by The Reverend john Lenhardt, conducted the program. Ernest Hawk sang "The Lords Prayer" after which the mixed choir gave a selection, 'lYe Watchers and Ye Holy Onesf' We received our hard-earned diplomas Commencement Speakers: Richard Lunger and Io Ann Heim. 38 COMMENCEMENT The sixty-fifth annual Commencement of Montoursville High School was held in the gymnasium at 8:00 P. m., June 4. After the address by Dr. D. Frederick Wertz, President of Lycoming College, eighty-seven seniors received diplomas from Mr. James Reeder, presi- dent of the school hoard. Mr. Ralph Price presented the awards. AWARDS Keith Houseknecht Memorial Award-W. Daniel Weihermuller. Class of l958 Award-Richard T. Lunger. john Burfield Memorial Award-Richard T. Lunger. Williamsport Music Club Award-Betty ,lane Wolfgang. P. T. A. Award-Carol Ann Bachle. Nursing Award-Judith D. Bair. D. A. R. Award-Jane A. McCarty. Penn State Alumni Scholarship-Ronald E. McCall. Student Council Activity Awards-Richard T. Lunger, 'lo Ann Heim. Intellectual Curiosity Award-Willa Ann Kline. SPEAKERS, Left to Right-Mr. Reeder, Dr. Wertz, Mr. McCall, Mr. Price. WITH HONORS, Front Row, Left to Right-N. Ship- man, J. Heim, I. McCarty, P. Connelly, W. Kline. Second Row-S. Del , R. McCall, R. Lun er, L. Grimm, T. Steiner, S. Sprinlgman. g 39 JANE MCCARTY D. A. R. Award State Band DICK LUNCER IO ANN HEIM X Commencement Speaker Commencement Speaker Boy of the Year Cirl of the Year SUE CONVERSE Homemaker of Tomorrow E IOR PER ONALITIES BARRY HANBURCER Lineman of the Year eene ee , A W" ..': , 2 l eer'A TOM STEINER National Merit Scholarship 3 na .. Class Officers-Dick Lunger, vice-presidentg Phil Spitler, presidentg Pat Connelly, secretaryg Sue Converse, treasurer. X si "' f- . -We :sis 1' fs . L , 411: .Z ,317 .V N., .115 , , ,si s l eele C is .. ,. W. - i i llell ZA, , -, .gi . FQ - ,fg:fhil V"L"L 7' "': MWLWT' ER d UDY BAIR JO ANN HEIM TOM STEIN an I Voice of Democracy Elks Youth Day-Local United Nations Winner DICK LUNGER and IOYCE HARTMAN Elks Youth Day-State 41 ACt1Vl Rexx., in '1 0 'af A in K xzw 'V ,Q 4, v Q f-16,111,111 G Q 1 'fir 5, 24 g54"'fwn ' .4 r ,,- H, ,y K ff: 1 x M5 A y Q Q v Q 3214. 315 1.3 ,lf '4 ,, G yi 1 JJ .JJKP f ,Nga fs'.'.f 4, ,yi J-. , M gm i -,rg fe. 4 61391 '24 1 4, I r ,,:, 144 , v. rw ,4 , mf iraq-,QJVQ ,L :'f,f',.r Yr ,I 'W V, CA' 'ff ,' fkfu ?1'wliw,5,,, ,' 4 4 ' , N 1 , g. ,fix 12, ',' i, VK 'L' , 'yank g,,x,1z?tf:,:Ml,ifiA Q ,L V4 E I ,e i"V5.1 T Q0 zz ':"'w2"?f:i".: iff A I f f f ? f 1 gxzfgi' 1 J z':r1.fz':W3" a N W , 91 'Z ff ' JV' .," Meg, f x fy jff f1fwf'i'1q1:,EW.2j3n'f,vFiff Q YQ f f ' f 6, ,Jn 344, ,QW W,hi,4J 5 4 I 2 - N15 V, Q 1i3,5j,'e fl ' ' 1: 'H A-ala 45 L- M f,ml'.'21i.i'qa9..1L THE 'SOCK STAFF nl EDITORIAL STAFF, 1959 'SOCK Left to Right-Pat Gilbert, sophomore editorg Herb Firth, photography editor, lane McCarty, activity editorg Mitzi Winger, junior editor, Bruce Anderson, sports editorg Pat Connelly, business managerg Marian McLaughlin, subscription editorg Io Ann Heim, editor-in-chiefg Dick Lunger, literary editor. Absent, Ioe Heim, advertising manager. The ,SOCK staff consisted of fifty students from the senior high school. Once again the major problem of the staff was that of securing ample funds for publication of an annual. The burden was lightened considerably when the class of '59 donated the proceeds of the Senior Class Play to the ,SOCK. This year we again sent representatives to the Colum- WILLIAM Foosa bia Scholastic Press Association Convention. Mitzie Adviser Winger, Patty Gilbert, and Mr. William Foose attended the conferences. Vannucci Foto Services were employed by the ,SOCK to augment our supply of pictures. All staffs cooperated very well. They worked hard in their attempt to make the ,SOCK one of the best. ELWOOD BLAIR Adviser 44 ' 1-H Seated Left to Right-A. Kline, P. Gilbert, J. Hartman B. Egli, P. Blitz. Standing-E. Heim, N. Hessler, I. Straub, G. Waldeisen, J. Anderson, R. Paulhamus. Q K BUSINESS STAFF Seated, Left to Right-D. Anstadt, I. Heim, ad- vertising editor. Standing-S. Usmar, S. Con- verse, S. Guinter, E. Lyons, F. Mallott, H. Moore, P. Baity, B. Everett, P. Matter, C. Bo- gart, K. Haas. Second Row-F. Wells, B. Kiess, L. Grimm. 45 SPORTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFFS Seated, Left to Right-D. Phillips, M Winger, C. Mitcheltree. Standing-W Null, G. Smith, P. Kahler, S. Rhoads. Fzrst Row Left to Rrght P Benjamin R King S Eck R Dmeffenbacher L. Confer, I. Burgoyne, S. Hall, R. Felix, adviser. Second Row- Stark L Dunkleburger S Bair I Delp M Harner I Simms S Berta Third Row-R. Hanburger, S. Fox, J. Wirxer, C. Heim, I. Wagner, M Mitcheltree H Bennett Fourth Row B Cooper M Helm D Bo art B. Sheen, R. Nevill, M. Dietrick, T. Sunday. The purpose of the Junior High School Student Council is to introduce the student to self-govern ment in high school life. During the l959 term, the council has sponsored several dances, assembly programs, and Student Court. The officers were Thomas Sunday, presidentg Harry Bennett, vice-presidentg Rosemary Nevill, secretary, Barry Cooper, treasurerg Betsy Sheen, publicity director. SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL First Row, Left to Right-Mr. Kissel, adviser, S. Guinter, K. Sterner, I. Anderson, F. Brooks, C. Mitcheltree. Second Row-P. Hang, B. An derson, B. Murray, N. Shipman, B. Wolfgang. Third Row-W. Brooks, S. Rhoads, G. Holmes, E. Yaw, T. Steiner. The purpose of the Student Council is to en- courage all students to be good citizens of our school and community, to promote good school spirit, to promote good sportsmanship, to be courte- ous and to respect school property. A student council member should maintain a fine scholastic standing, have respect for others, and develop self-discipline, During the 1959 school year, the Student Coun- cil has tried to live up to these standards. The officers this year were Bruce Anderson, president, Neil Shipman, first vice-presidentg Thomas Steiner, second vice-president, Pat I-Iaug, corresponding secretary, Joyce Anderson, recording secretary, and George Holmes, treasurer. 47 First Row, Left to Right-Mr. Kissell, adviserg P. Hang, I. Ander- son, B. Anderson, N. Shipman. Second Row-G. Holmes, T Steiner. QUEENS OF 9 HAZEL ANN MOORE Flaming Foliage Queen Snowball Queen May Queen PATRICIA IAYNE CONNELLY Laurel Queen 48 A BETTY IANE WOLFGANG Homecoming Queen MAY DAY May l, lVlontoursville's gymnasium was trans' formed into a flower-garden as the school's prettiest girl reigned as May Queen. Betty Burns, l958 May Queen, crowned Hazel Moore, the new queen, who was escorted by Terry Horn. Barbara Everett, the honor attendant, was escorted by Dick Everett. Senior attendants and their escorts were lo Ann Heim and Ronnie lVlcCallg Pat Connelly and Steve Bhoadsg Sue Converse and Roger Lyonsg Bev Daw- son and Paul Kahlerg Betty Wolfgang and Barry Hanburger. Iunior attendants and their escorts were Kay Harmon and Larry Grimm, Gail Wal- deisen and Ronnie Strobleg Boselyn Sheaifer and Phil Spitlerg Paulette Fry and Frank Hall. Denise Burdett and Pamela Kissell were flower girls, while Francis Bell was crown bearer. 'lf' A 'O ,fb Betty Burns crowns Hazel Moore the 1959 May Queen. First Row, Left to Right-R. Stroble, G. Waldeisen, L. Grimm, K. Harmon, D. Burdett, P. Kissell, P. Fry, F. Hall, R. SheaH'er P Spitler Second Row-B. Dawson, P. Kahler, P. Connelly, S. Rhoads, R. Lyons, S. Converse, D. Everett, B. Everett, H. Moore, T. Horn B Burns M. Long, B. VVo1fgang, B. Hanburger, I. Heim, R. McCall. OF F ICIALS' CLUB First Row, Left to Right-H. Reece I. Ilendershot, O. Myers, M. Mc Laughlin, F. Mallot, I. Heim, Mrs Courtney, adviser. Second Row-S Loekard, S. Fox, B. lylurray, I. Ris sell, S. Guinter, C. Mitcheltree, H Moore. Third Row-I-I. Paris, C Dineher, N. Fullmer, S. Irion, P. Matter, N. Hessler, M. Silvagni. Fourth Row-S. Keagle, A. Robson M. Fullmer, K. Harmon, R. Shcaffcr, J. Natale. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row, Left to Right-S, Straub P. Connelly, S. Springman, I. NIC Carry, L. Grimm, treasurerg J. Heim secretary, R. Lunger, president, R BIcCall, vice-president, T. Steiner Second Row-J. Bennett, I. Dieffcn- hacher, M. Justice, M. Anderson, R KieS5, R- Thorne, P. Gilbert, K Haas, S. Kragle, Mr. Hester, adviser: Absent, VV. Ely. MONOGRAM CLUB First Row, Left to Right-D. Cale- hulf, president, NI. Long, vice-pres? dent, G. Holmes, treasurerg P. Kah- ler, secretary, E. Hawk, L. Grimm, B. Anderson. Second Row-R. Kea- gle, S. Delp, N. Shipman, R. Lun- ger, R. VVilliams, B. Hamburger, F. Hall. Third Rmv-T. Horn, P. Spit- ler, L. Harris, I. Atkins, R. McCall, T. Steiner, S. Rhoads. Fourth Row- T. Horning, T. Weigle, R. Lyons, S. Sawyer, C. Usmar, R. Stroble, C. Rager, R. Marshall. Fifth Row-R. Everett, D. Calehuff, M. Burgoyne. TRI-HI-Y First Row, Left to Right-I. McCarty, president, I. Heim, vice-president, S. Converse, secretary, M. McLaughlin, treasurer, H. Moore, chaplain, N. Hessler, I. Anderson, M. Winger, D. Dietrick, M. Evans, W. Kline. Sec- ond Row-B. Sherman, H. Reece, B. Sitler, I. Natale, I. DieHenbacher, P. Matter, B. Everett, M. Gallagher, A. Lutz, M. Dice, P. Connelly. Third Row-I. Bair, F. Mallot, A. Smith, M. Blitz, P. Baity, B. VVolfgang, P. Fry, R. Sheaifer, I. Rissel, B. Mur- ray, S. Guinter. Fourth RUWfN. Hagenbuch, C. Stroble, S. Waldman, S. Walk, B. Steinbacher, S. Turner, B. Ulmer, R. Paulhamus, G. Wal- deisen, S. Ilettler, B. Brass. Fifth Row-I. Snyder, K. Hart, S. Kragle, P. Gilbert, D. Phillips, V. Corter, L. Heffner, M. Fenstemacher, A. Rob- son, S. Keagle, K. Sterner. Sixth Row-G. Sechler, C. Shoemaker, K. Hensel, C. Mitcheltree, B. Dawson, P. Hang, B. Egli, D. Anstadt, lVI. Eck, E. Lyon. Seventh Row-G. Brown, S. Straub, K. Haas, V. Eder, M. Daly, E. Heim. JUNIOR HISTORIANS First Row, Left to Right-M. Carey, historian, M. Bongiovi, chaplain, N. Hessler, president, K. Sterner, vice- presidentg M. Winger, secretary, N. Rinko, treasurer, Mrs. Edith Wright, adviser. Second Row-B. Easton, V. Eck, I. Esposito, I. Cyphers, G. Sech- ler, L. Wilson, V. Eder. Third Row -R. Roles, S. Holdren, P. Matter, M. Spanfelner, P. Cole, M. Costello, M. Dietrick. Fourth Row-P. Eder, I. Bair, I. Heim, M. Myers, S. Rymus, I. Sipp. Fifth ROW-G. Inch, M. Ben- nett, G. Smith, C. Shaheen, I. Dooris, T. Steiner, C. Hanford. MUSIC APPRECIATION First Row, Left to Right-S. Sharp, E. Ellison, B. Ellmaker, P. Cole, M. Smith, I. Kaluza, C. Frank, M. Mitcheltree, R. Sechler, I. Youmans, D. Waltz, lylr. William I-Vvnran, ad- viser. Second Row-K. Gilbert, L. Wlieeland, C. Brown, I. Anstadt, L. Lundy, C. Casselberry, P. Ledline, T. Perry, L. Mills, K. Baity. Third Row-S. Lockard, I. Pierce, I. Nich- ols, lVI. Costello, S. Gregor, P. Han- ford, C. Chollet, I. Bosworth, E. Ly- on, I. Lowery, P. Eder. Fourth Row -I. Natale, K. Hart, M. Robson, I. McFadden, H. Yonkin, M. Lewis, C. Snyder, D. Dietrick, M. Gallagher, M. Evans, I. English. Fifth Row- O. Myers, I. Lunger, S. Fox, M. Heim, I. Winger, D. Myers, B. Metzger, lX'I. Dietrick, R. Nevill, D. Bogart. Sixth Row-I. Bell, M. Bur- goyne, D. Calehufi, G. Inch, B. Lukas, I. Doris, G. Fisher, M. Lecce, G. Hawk, I. Natale, K. Harris. Sev- enth Row-R. Clunk, T. Dunkleber- ger, L. Bassler, I. Holmes, D. Rhoads, E. Huyck, D. McCracken, C. Probst, C. Heim, I. VVagner, E. Sunday. F. H. A. First Row, Left to Right-L. Rhone, presidentg H. Lunt, vice-president, M. Brass, secretary, C. Dincher, his- torian, P. Gottschall, V. Corter, K. Confer, Mrs. Brown, udriser. Second Row-B. Easton, treasurer, I. Waltz, B. Sitler, B. Sherman, I. McFadden, H. Younkin, S. Hettler, H. Case. Third Row-E. Evans, M. Lewis, I. Waltz, F. Brooks, G. Brown, S. Kra- gle, V. Eder, S. Casner. Fourth Row -M. Robson, S. McFadden, M. Full- mer, K. Winters, I. Hendershot, G. Hipple, M. Roles, I. Waltz. Fifth Row-S. Holdren, R. Roles, E. Hip- Ple, B. Childs, P. Eder, B. Metzger. . Qziiiim "' X. f ...dI.,,.. I . 55.0 ri gge- fgsiia. W 24 5513: 4 , .. 111953 ' .. . --3-i?'ff..if'., .J-' ', ' Y, H ,a 1 Q' F. F. A. First Row, Left to RightMW. Brooks, treasurer, R. Dincher, president, G. Steinbacher, A. Baylor, sentinalg R. Lauver, C. Stroble, reporter, Mr. Gir- ven, adviser. Second Row-P. Stryk- er, R. Dangle, H. Stugart, T. Smith, D. Emick, E. Stutzman, R. Stroble. Third Row-W. Miller, M. Wood- side, K. Case, R. Kepner, M. Ben- nett, B. George, H. Womelsdorf. Fourth Row-P. Hofer, I. Barber, I. Kline, F. Trimble, E. Harris, E. Smith. Fifth Row-D. Neece, Fox I. Quigel, S. Stutzman, D. Meyer, L. Pittenger. 1 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA First Row, Left to Right-B. Dawson H. Moore, M. McLaughlin, F. Mal- lot. Second Row-W. Kline, E. Ly on, G. Sechler, I. Lundy. LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right-K. Confer, N. Snyder, I. Hendershot, K. Win- ters, I. Lowry, Miss Briel, adviser. Second Row-P. Eder, V. Eder, G. Brown, T. Perry, O. Myers, I. Nich- ols. Third Row-S. Pidcoe, E. Beam- er, C. Sauter, A. Robson, S. Keagle, S. Rymus, M. Myers. Fourth Row- S. Snell, H. Reece, P. Laedlein, I. Sipp, I. Livermore, G. Kline. BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE MONTH First Row, Seated, Left to Right-M. Winger, P. Connelly, H. Moore, N. Hessler, I. Dieffenbacker, I. Hei.rn. Standing-N. Shipman, L. Bassler, R. McCall, R. Kiess, S. S rin an, I , P gm - McCarty, L. Grimm, R. Lunger, T. Steiner. Absent, R. Free. ri....i M,M CHORUS First Row, Left to Right-P. Baity, P Gilbert, S. Lu.nt, I. Pierce, S. Lock- ard, V. Eder, K. Hart, M. Bongiovi, I. Esposito, C. Mitcheltree, H. Moore, B. Wolfgang. Second Row-I. Ander- son, M. Evans, I. Lyons, N. Hessler, P. Connelly, S. Kragle, S. Waldman I. DieEenbacker, I. Lundy, B. U12 mer. Third Row-M. Winger, S Springrnan, M. McLaughlin, P. Mat- ter, M. Dice, A. Hocker, H. Paris I. McCarty, I. Bair. Fourth Row-R Lyons, C. Bunce, E. Hawk, E. Ring I. Stryker, R. Murphy, C. Rager, P Kahler, N. Shipman. EIGHTH GRADE TRAVEL CLUB First Row, Left to Right-Miss N11ll, adviser, A. Null, treasurer, B. Sheen, news re orter' F. Guisewhite secre P , i ' tary, M. Harner, vice-president, M. Matter, preshient. Second Row-C. Berta, B. Hilsher, M. Turner, S. Bair, S. Baxter, B. McNeil, S. Flow- ers, S. Bedford, N. Young, B. Van- horn, L. Harmon. Third Row-L. Gumble, I. Pickering, S. Giece, P. Eberhardt, S. Curry, C. Winters, K. LaForce, M. Weaver, S. Lovall, R. Calehulf, I. Lundy, E. Britnell. Fourth Row-G. Harris, I. Simms, R. Woodside, T. Williams, G. Lyons, R. Kephart, C. Crain, D. Pittinger, I. Carey, I. Fisher, W. Blackwell, T. Lenhardt, C. Powell. Fifth Row-L. Bullock, I. Moser, R. Higgins, T. Nau, G. Bunce, C. Lick, C. Ben- jamin, C. Grimm, I. Delp, I. Esposi- to, D. Datras, R. Burgess. Sixth Row -R. Mueller, C. Miller, H. Bennett, J. Neigenfind, L. Dunkleberger, C. Giles, D. Kuhms, M. Buxheld, S. Shultz, R. Fullmer. 1 fr- N--l SEVENTH GRADE TRAVEL CLUB First Row, Left to Right-D. Mull, L. Rymus, C. Lowery, C. Williams, S. Lancaster, L. Burgess, A. Tomlin- son, E. Wagner, L. Confer, C. Hu- ber, N. Gottschall. Second Row-I. Yonker, C. Bassler, B. McCaslin, P. Hendricks, M. Hutchinson, I. Firth, I. Callahan, Judy Clees, L. Walters, S. Eck, B. Berkheiser, B. Moore. Third Row-B. Smith, S. Sipe, V. llall, M. Hall, D. Dieffenbacher, S. Drick, B. Lauver, Jane Clees, A. Enigk, P. Benjamin, R. Diffenbach- er. Fourth Row-E. Free, president, M. Bogart, L. West, D. Haas, B. Wagner, C. Haas, M. Harer, R. Goodenow, F. Reed, R. King, I. De- gregorio, R. Carpenter. Fifth Row- V. Carkhutf, C. Usmar, M. Sche- mery, B. Delong, M. Costain, R. Waldeiscn, I. Shipman, J. Kahler, R. Langer, R. Egli, C. Lundy. Sixth Row-F. Grugan, G. Leidhecker, D. Stark, I. Burgoyne, J. Harvey, W. Harris, I. McCuJley, W. Mann, R. Lovell, S. Hendershot. JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS First Row, Left to Right-S. Sipp, P. Hendricks, S. Hall, K. Mimiss, D. Mull, A. Enigk, V. Brown, N. Gott- shall, Miss Grove, adviser. Second Row-O. Burgess, C. Bassler, I. Firth, M. Hutchison, B. Burkheiser, S. O'Dell, S. Lancaster, B. Moore. Third Row-S. Derr, A. Eck, I. Bieber, M. Snyder, P. Benjamin, M. Hall, V. Hall, L. Confer. Fourth Row-L. Shaheen, B. Smith, A. Tomlinson, A. Lunt, I. Barnes, D. Dieffenbach- er, K. Heffner, G. McEwen, B. Mc- Caslin. NEWSPAPER CLUB First Row, Left to Right-J. Fisher, I. Keagle, S. Bair, Miss Brosius, ail- viser. Second Rowfl. Livermore, V. Blanchard, I. VVatt, R. Calehuff, F. Guisewhite, E. Britnell. Third Row fC. Berta, A. Everett, M. Hafner, R. Fleming, S. Baxter, L. Gu.mble. Fourth RowfT. Lenhardt, F. Gru- gan, R. Bostley, I. Burgoyne, J. Mc- Cully, L. Harmon. Fifth Row-R. Kephart, J. Natale, G. Bunce, R. Burgess, C. Powell. Sixth Row-R. Higgins, C. Shaheen, D. Pittenger. is SPECIAL EDUCATION First Row, Left to Right-P. Jacoby, R. Hanburger, B. Featherbay, N. Smith, Mr. Besanceney. Second Rmv -A. Quattrioche, D. Neece, B. Ohm- niess, C. Scaife, H. Foulkrod. Third Row - M. Jacoby, R. Snyder, E. Smith, S. Lewis. Fourth Row-T. Burkheiser, D. Stutzman, G. Gard- ner, A. Phillips. Fifth Row-E. Har- ris, R. Kurtz, K. Plants, C. Fox. JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right-K. Helfner president, R. Calehul-f, secretary, A lick, I. Barnes. Second Row-E W'est, S. Sponenbcrg, D. Gillespi Miss Briel, advisor. Thinl Rowell Kurtz, N. Young, N. Gottschall, C Rymus. wzme, ,:f.v...',w Epfwmwwg , First Row, Left to Right-A. Smith, B. Ulmer, S. Springman, M. Justice, Mr. Perry, director. Second Row-I. Bieber, A. Hacker, I. Dieffenhacher, M. Evans, E. Winters, C. Liche, I. Pfiel, B. Goodnow. Third Row-L. VVest, H. Whitman, G. Bannon, B. Wolfgang, S. Fry, D. Boyles, S. Turner, E. Boyles. Fourth Row- B. Boyles, C. Stroble, M. Anderson, R. Free, L. Bannon, N. Ship- man, I. Bennett, T. Free, N. Hagenbuch, G. Domenie. Fifth Row -I. McCarty, R. Kiess, R. McCarty, R. Murphy, S. Fox, C. Cassle- Il-Zfgiyys K- Raymond, B. Cooper, I. Hackenburg, D. Anderson, G. I1 . AN The marching band, under the direction of Mr. Richard Perry, performed at all the home football games during the past year and at all but two of the away games. Each week the band exhibited a different and exciting show at half time. The shows were made up of "precision drill" routines for which the band has gained a good deal of recognition in the past two years. Five students represented Montoursville High at the District Band festival held at Muncy. Taking first chairs in their sections were Neil Shipman and lane McCarty. Others who participated were Betty Wolfgang, Sylvia Springman, and Ann l-locker. April 7, Montoursville hosted approximately l30 students representing the County schools. The occasion was the County Band Festival. May 8, the High School band presented a con- cert in the auditorium. COLOR GUARD, Left to Right-M. Gallag- her, M. Eck, B. Everett, I. Hartman. MAJORETTES, Left to Right - P Connelly, C. Opetosky, R. Sheaffer S. Guinter, C. Frank, P. Mitcheltree P. Eberhart, B. Hilsher, A. Null, O Myers. MARCHING BAND at football game. gf if QQ? if S S? 4 25 S sg: 4 5 FOOTBALL 1953 CHAMPIONS of the WEST BRANCH West Branch Championship Trophy FOOTBALL COACHES Left to Right-Robert Courtney, junior -varsity couchg John Czap, Zine coachg Ted Strein, head coachg William Burdett, junior varsity coach. 60 M M M M M M M M M M M. 1958 H. S. ,..,.. 6 H. S. ...... 26 H. S. .,.... 38 H. S. ...... 31 H. S. ...... 20 H. S. ...... 45 H. S. ...... 13 I-I. S. ...... 13 H. S. .,,,.. 20 H. S. ...... 33 H. S. 245 RECORD Jersey Shore .....,.. 13 Warrior Run ,...,. 0 So. Williamsport 6 Hughesville ........ O Montgomery ...,.... 12 Troy ..,...,..,, ..,., 7 Muncy .,...,...,...... 0 Mif'Hinburg .......... 7 B. E. N. ...,.......... 7 Canton .,..,,. ..... 6 Totals 5 8 .l..lla-n First Row, Left to Right-B. Hanburger, T. Steiner, B. Anderson, R. Lunger, L. Grimm, M. Long, G. Holmes, S. Delp. Second Row-Coach Strein, P. Spitler, R. Williams, L. Harris, F. Hall, R. McCall, M. Turner, T. Horn. Third Row-Coach Czap, C. Usmar, R. Lyons, C. Rager, R. Marshall, T. Weigel, D. Everett, T. Horning. Fourth Row-S. Rhoads, R. Free, S. Sawyer, M. McKown, M. Burgoyne, M. Anderson, R. Gehr. Fifth Raw-D. King, R. Keagle, P. Kahler, I. Larson, I. Atkins. The 1958-59 edition of the Warriors' grid team was a great success. By posting a record of nine victories against one defeat this year's tootball team will go down in Montoursvilles athletic history as one of its finest. The combination of team desire, of tremendous school spirit, and of excellent coach- ing enabled us to win the West Branch Champion- ship. After a poor beginning-losing the first game to Jersey Shore-the Montour eleven caught fire and came back to defeat Warrior Run by four touchdowns. In the next two games against South Williamsport and Hughesville, our boys romped over both teams, winning by more than thirty points. A week later at Montgomery came the showdown in the battle of the unbeatens. Al- though the underdog Montour team committed many blunders, they still ground out a thrilling 20 to 12 victory. This win placed our team in a league-leading tie with Mill Hall. Immediately, Coach Strein's boys began to point toward what seemed the deciding game-the Montour-Mill Hall clash on November 8. However, we almost over- looked Muncy and lVlifHinburg, both strong con- tenders. In each game Montour had its hands full, but the superb passing and broken field run- ning gained us two more conquests. League action was climaxed when Bald Eagle- Nittany journeyed to Montoursville for the cham- pionship battle. Remembering a loss to this team the previous season which had resulted in the loss of the West Branch crown, the Blue and Cold was anxious for revenge. ln a well-fought game, the hard-running backs and ferocious linemen of the Warriors overwhelmed the Panthers, 20 to 7. The final game of the season saw seventeen seniors playing their last high school football game as Montour slaughtered Canton, 33 to 6. I. ATKINS End B. ANDERSON S. DELP L. GRIMM Tackle Tackle Center SENIOR PLAYERS WILLIAMS, LONG, HOLMES, Tri-captains T. HORNING Guard R, LUNGER R. MCCALL Tagklg Quurterback g M. LONG Tackle .416 'WW F. HALL B HANBURGER G HOLNEES Halfback nd Gfmmi D. Calehuff, P Kahler R Keagle head manager N Shipman manager P. SPITLER H alfback First Row, Left to Right-L. Grimm, P. Kahler, R. Williams, B. Ha R M C ll l T W l R. Stroble, M. McKown, C. Usmar, R. Lyons, R. Free, Coach Burd tt lk K H F th M Basketball Varsity Wins West Branch Championship Montoursville's basketball Warriors, under the leadership of Bill Burdett, closed out a highly suc' cessful season on March 13 when they fell to Westmoreland 85-63 in the District 2, Class B play-off at Bucknell University. Not only did Coach Burdett,s fast-breaking five Finish the regular season with a l9-4 record, but they also walked away with the West Branch Con- ference Championship and the District 4, Class B title. Picking up fans by the hundreds as the season progressed, the team soon became a club in which the entire community showed interest. Basketball at Montoursville shows no signs of abdicating its 1959 position even though the Blue and Cold will be without the services of Barry Hanburger, Paul Kahler, Bon McCall, Larry Crimm, Steve Delp, and Rich Williams. Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour Montour SENIOR PLAYERS B. HANBURGER 7- 1 L. GRIAHXI Co-captain VARSITY SCORES 1958-1959 48 St.Ioe 63 55 St.Mary's 59 69 IerseyShore .. 60 82 St.Mary's 72 70 IerseyShore 61 74 Alumni 40 93 Hughesville ,. 22 76 Mi11Ha11 47 42 Mifllinburg 47 73 Montgomery 57 75 Muncy .. 37 68 WarriorRun 60 74 SouthWi11iamsport 62 69 Mi1'Hinburg-lsthalf 51 ........,.1Ol Hughesville 49 85 Mi11Ha1l . 50 44 Mifflinburg 53 80 Montgomery 53 81 Muncy 53 68 WarriorRun 50 87 SouthWi11iamsport 76 54 MifHinburg-Zndhalf 50 69 Centra1Co1umbia 55 S. DELP 63 Northumberland 40 61 Canton 53 63 Westmoreland 85 21 5 R. WILLIAMS 7 R. MCCALL hum., Co-Cuptain TERRY HORN The combination of tough competition and of an inexperienced squad left the wrestling Warriors with the school's only losing record. Bright spots of the campaign were the Win- ning records of Dave and Denny Calehuff, and Gary Adams. Poor school enthusiasm and small crowds for wrestling matches failed to dampen the spirits of the young team. For Coach john Czap the future looks bright with only two members graduating and a squad of fine prospects to mold later clubs. K 7 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Fi1Sf Row, Left to Right-W. Saw- yer, W. Lundy, D. Calehuff, G. Adams, G. Bigger, I. Bell, F. Wills, I. Shimp. Second Row-K. Ray- mond, I. Fisher, D. Pifer, M. Lecce, R. English, I. Neece, G. Hawk, Coach Courtney. Third Row-R. At- kin, T. Armbruster, I. Goss, C. Probst, D. Rhoads, E. Huyck, R. Bertin, T. Free, Coach Buxdett. Fourth Row-H. Bennett, R. Bouras- sa, C. Heim, I. Natale, T. Smith, I. Simms, C. Giles, D. Dietrick. Fifth Row-G. Williams, L. Dunkleburger, F. Shield, T. Lenhardt. nut :uuvewmm-vm an vang-nnmnef A JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row, Left to Right-C, Rager R. Kiess, R. Thorne, E. Kurtz Coach Courtney. 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Third Row-V. Eck, M. Brass, C. Dincher, A. Smith, C. Scchlcr, L. Heffner IW. Fenstemacher, N. Ilngenhuch, P. Mutter, K. Sterner, H. Paris, A. Hocker, NI. Spnnfelncr, A. Robson, S. Keugle. Fourth Row-R. Sheaflfcr B. Ulmer, R. Cehr, K. VVebh, C. Shoemaker, S. Casner, I. VValti, D. Carey, L. XVelty, E. Kurtz, VV. Ely, R. Strohlc, L. Rhone. Fifth Rowf B. Springman, S. Rhoads, S. Sawyer, R. Marshall, I. Larson, R. Everett, C. Usnmr, T. VVeigvl, R. Strohle, RI. McKown, G. Dcnnuny, M. Ander- son, BI. Justice, I. Bennett. Sixth Rem'-C. Ruger, R. Lyons, D. Myer, S. Stutzmzm, R. Monoski, R. Kicss, R. Thorne, A. Baumer, VV. VVest- over, T. Horning, R. Krixnm, A. Curt, R. Shultz. Seventh Row-I. Clees, R. Cupp, A. Seibert, I. Kline, R. Lauvcr, L. Mclfuslin, R. Dangle C. Stroble, H. YVomelsdorf, J. Stryker, R. Kurtz, R. Harmon, L. Bannon. UNIOR CLASS CLASS OFFICERS, Front Row-BI. VVingcr, treasurer, P. Haug, 1'icu-prcsidcm. Back Rmv-R. Free, presirlwztg N. Hesslcr, secretary. 72 1 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "The Late Christopher Bean," written by Syd- ney Howard, was presented April 23, 24, 25, in the high school auditorium. Mrs. Peasly Glide- well directed the production. Members of the cast were as follows: lim Stryker, Iulia Dieffenbacker, Ann Hocker, Joyce Anderson, Pat I-laug, Malcolm justice, Ronald Thorne, Steve Rhoads, and Pray Free. Robert Springman was the general business manager. The money raised was used to help finance the annual lunior-Senior Prom, which is sponsored by the Junior class. l S. Stryker, I. Dieifentncker, Mrs. Glidewell, M. Justice take a rest Seated, Left to Right-A. Hocker, I. Dieffenbacker. Standing-I. Stryker, M. Justice, P. Hang, R. Thorne, I. Anderson, R. Free, S. Rhoads. .nike First Row, Left to Bight-Mrs. VVright, I. Snyder, K. Hart, C. Opetosky, B. Childs, F. Brooks, K. Confer, P. Gottshall, D. Stoner, D. Mull, H. Case, Mr. Rowe. Second Row-I. Rissell, S. Usmar, D. Phillips, A. Simpler, B. Metzger, B. Yonkin, I. McFadden, D. Robson, M. Miller, E. Evans. lXI. Lauver. M. Bravev. Third Bow-R. Roles, I. Vvaltz, E. Hipple, I. VValtz, B. Brass, S. Hcttler, G. Brown, M. Carey, K. Hensel, S. Guinter, C. Mitcheltree, B. Murray. Fourth Row-V. Corter, D. Steinbacher, S. Luut, I. Lyons, P. Gilbert, S. Kragle, V. Eder, P. Eder, O. Meyers, S. Irion. Fifth Ro'wfS. Holdren, lll. Keagle, K. Haas, I. Straub, S. Lockard, I. Pierce, S. Fox. B. Bell, R. English, E. Phillips, F. Henry, G. Bigger. Sixth Row-B. Bruner, I. Cyphers, S. VValk, E. Vllinter, S. Vllaldman, B. Steinbacher, S. lllerrits, D. Calehuff, W. Lundy, G. Fisher, I. Neece. Seventh Row-B. Hall, G. Adams, G. Bardy, B. Clunk, VV. Null, L. Bassler, G. Smith, E. Ring, F. VVi.lls, G. Reeder, K. Raymond. Eighth Row-D. Blakeslee, L. Loseh, B. Sawyer, M. Burgoyne, G. Williams, E. Yaw, K. Tule, R. Fazler, R. Dommey, L. Houser. Ninth Row-B. Lewis, R. Ulmer, T. Dunkleberger, I. Shimp. OPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS First Row, left to Right-J. Lunger, S. Sharp, I. XVinger, I. Anstadt, I. Bruner, G. Ohneneiss, R. Atkin, C. Frank, D. Rhoads, D. King, C'. Hang, Bl. Robbins, S. Pidcoe, E. Beamer, Mrs. Schaefer. Second Row-L. Campbell, BI. Dietriek, C. Brown, D. Bogart, M. Costello, B. Bab- cock, L. Lundy, C. Casselberry, P. Ludline, S. Rymus, I. Sipp, L. Mills, K. Baity, I. Lowery, Mr. Gore. Third Row-C. Brown, I. Watt, B. Ellmaker, L. Wheeland, E. Ellison, M. Heim, lX'I. Casselberry, A. Hippie, G. Kline, M. Meyer, S. Keptner, T. Perry, I. Youmans, P. Waltz, R. Sechler, V. Blanchard. Fourth Row-M. Smith, K. Gilbert, P. Cole, S. Gregor, R. Nevill, C. Heim, C. Probst, P. Hanford, C. Shollet, I. Bosworth, E. Lyon, M. blitcheltree, I. Nichols, I. Kaluza, I. Livermore. Fifth Row-P. Stryker, lll. VVo0dside, G. VVorth, F. lklinoski, M. Ben- nett, D. Pifer, D. Deitrick, I. VVagncr, D. McCracken, T. Sunday, D. Smith, I. Holmes, I. Simpler, R. Bertin, I. Natale. Sixth Row-H. Stugart, D. Boyles, I. Trokyl, E. Stutzman, K. Case, B. Cooper, anonymous, D. Horn, T. Smith, R. Hauck, K. Baumer, Blaker, I. Hackenburg, L. Snell, G. Hawk. Seventh Row-D. Lauchle, R. Kile, T. Free, D. Barrousa, C. Shaheen, I. Pries, C. Sauter, R. Ulmer, G. Inch, I. Dooris, B. Lukas, B. Harris, VV. Becker, I. Goss. Eighth Row-D. Paulhamus, B. Fry, A. Sembers, R. Hofer, W. Leavy, anonymous, B. Souter, R. Fellinger, I. Barbour. I 5 S First Row, Left to Right-S. Guise, P. Eberheart, M. Harner, A. Everett, L. Gumhle, S. Berta, F. Guisewhite, B. Hilsher, A. Null, M. Turner, B. Hipple, S. Bair, S. Baxter, I. Keagle. Second Row-E. Iohnson, D. Lutz, L. Harmon, F. Campbell, P. Easton, P. Fink, I. Davis, I. Britnell, S. Curry, S. Flowers, S. Bedford, I. Pickering, R. Fleming, C. VVinner. Third Row-R. George, B. NIcNeil, N. Stutzman, N. Young, H. Kurtz, E. VVest, S. Sponenhurg, K. Laforce, B. Sheen, M. Vveaver, S. Lovell, R. Caleliuff, B. Van Horn, I. Lundy, lVliss Brosius. Fourth Row-W. VVinter, C. Crain, D. Bunce, D. Pittenger, G. Bunce, G. Lyons, I. Fisher, I. Esposito, C. Powell, R. Higgins, G. Barrett, P. Blackwell, D. Shultz, M. Matter, Mr. Courtney. Fifth Row-I. Harris, C. Crain, I. Lauchle, R. Fulmer, E. McLaughlin, D. Shultz, D. Shaddock, E. Ring, C. Liche, I. Moser, R. Burgess, T. Lenhardt, I. Delp, C. Benjamin, Mr. Hinston. Sixth Row-H. Laughbacher, R. Heller, T. Nau, F. Scheely, T. VVilliams, I. Simms, D. Datris, B. Hocker, R. Kephart, I. Braher, R. Wloodside, H. VVhitman, L. Dunkleburger, D. Anderson. Seventh Row-C. Syhes, L. Bullock, F. Seely, D. Dincher, C. Miller, I. Nagenfind, H. Bennett, G. Harris, C. Grimm, D. Kuhns, R. Muller, C. Giles, R. Bostley, I. Carey, M. Burfield. EIGHTH GRADE EVENTH GRADE First Row, Left to Right-P. Hendricks, D. Kaufman, I. Lauchle, I. Callahan, D. Shipton, G. Seely, E. Harris, C. Scannella, L. Burgess, S. Derr, B. Smith, V. Brown, A. Enigh, C. Bymus. Second R0wfC. Bassler, M. Hutchison, G. Gay, L. Shaheen, P. Benjamin, B. Berkheiser, S. Drick, R. Lauver, I. Reynolds, I. Bieber, C. Williams, S. Eek, K. Hagen, N. Gottschall, D. Gillespie. Third Row-Miss Null, R. Moore, D. Mull, I. Clees, I. Yonken, I. Clees, L. VValters, A. VValtz, M. Snyder, S. Sipe, S. O'Dell, S. Hall, G. Mcllwen, S. Fry, C. Huber, S. Lancaster, K. Heffner. Fourth Row-Miss Grove, I. Reeder, D. Dieiienbacher, A. Lunt, A. Tomlinson, I. Lundy, I. Barnes, M. Hall, V. Hall, A. Eck, I. Weisbrad, NI. Scudder, L. Confer, E. VVagner, I. Quigle, C. Lowery. Fifth Row-Mr. Burdett, H. Lachenmayer, P. VVest, D. Stark, C. Lundy, D. Dangle, C. Keller, VV. Burket, V. VValdnian, L. Viloodring, S. Hendershot, G. Smith, D. Haas, R. Goodenow, B. VVagner, C. Haas. Sixth Row-Mr. Felix, VV. Boyles, R. Schemery, D. Pittenger, XV. Harris, I. Shipman, F. Reed, XV. Harvey, M. Costain, R. King, T. Aikey, E. Free, M. Harrer, F. Grugan, K. Mattfield, L. Hlest. Seventh Row-C. Usmar, R. VValdeisen, G. Leidhecker, R. Leavy, M. Bogart, R. Diefiinbacher, R. Langer, R. Stackhouse, S. Hunter, D. Doaris, I. Burgoyne, I. Anderson, I. McCully, R. Young, F. Bracy. Eighth Row-D. Smith, R. Lovell, W. DeLong, VV. Nelson, I. DeGregoria, R. Carpenter, C. Hull, I. Kahler, G. Abernatha, I. Steiner, G. Snyder, E. Souter, R. Berkheiser. Ninth Row-L. Bailey, R. Egli, XV. Harvey, E. Bower, D. Campbell, D. Fox, V. Carkhuff, YV. Schelling, VV. Mann, I. Paulhamus, VV. Parke, M. Tallman, C. Merrill, R. Babcock. I 1 ' Y lumix, Www Z :iii I 1' 5 1 Q o Q X 1 I wvini? x ,,,,.1qwHf, V , fLX MISTER SOFTEE The Very Best Complete Soft Ice Cream Store on Wheels Watches by DELICIOUSC NUTRITIOUS SOFT TICE CREAM Diamonds Set On the Premises HAMILTON, ELGIN, BENRUS and TIMEX SUNDAES COSTUME JEWELRY MILK SHAKES ROOT BEER We Give S Sz H Green Stamps Package "Mister Softeea' Ice Cream For Your Freezer The Store of Fine Watch Repairs , Springmalfs Jewelry Watch For Mr. Softee in your Neighborhood 324 Broad Street MONTOURSVILLE, PA Compliments of AUTO ALIGNMENT Bill FRY FORD 130 Locust St., Williamsport V . A 933 BROAD ST. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Wheels, Chassis, Axles Sffaightenedr OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS a'1d,Ba1anCing ' AND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS Phone 2-3206 JOHN T. BRASS, Proprietor 78 Compliments of INTERNATIONAL FURNI RE COMP V11 and E KARPEN FU 1 D1i7i'S s SCHNADIG co V gl Q c THE FIRST "A Good Bank' in a NAL 5. x . is 'i ' 'ri Q A Congratulations to the Class of 1959 QM IH ,f : N' - W 1 2 1' 5 4 ailillf: S 011,56 : Srxxxxx Amerlean Leglon Eugene Grafius Post 104 MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Compliments of G. M. FIRTH CO. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. LYCOMING SILICA SAND CO. WASHED BANK SAND AND GRAVEL Limestone Products Fill Dirt Red Shale Top Soil MONTOURSVILLE, PA. DIAL 8-8611 FOR BEST DRIVING RESULTS USE T dol'1H ing An Gasohne AND Veedol IOOZQ PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL Good Luck and Good Driving with TYDOL Distributed by Montour Auto Service Company MONTOURSVILLE SPITLER FUNERAL HOME 733 Broad Street MONTOURSVILLE, PA. LYCOMIN G COLLEGE Lycoming College, founded in 1812, is a co-educational liberal arts college, grant ing both the A.B. and B.S. degrees. The liberal arts program is basic to the pro- fessons of medicine, theology, teaching, law, dentistry, and is desirable in engineering science, pharmacy, nursing, and veterinary medicine. Art Sociology Biology Accounting Chemistry Banking and Finance Economics Economics gflglish General Business Lsfggzges Administration Mathematics Retail Distribution Music B.S. in Medical Technology Philosophy A.B. or B.S. ln Education Political Scignce Elementary Curriculum Psychology Secondary Academic Science Subjects Social Science B.S. in Nursing FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14-, 1959 Director of Admissions LYCUMING COLLEGE Phone 3-9411, Ext. 12 WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 81 ,, UL ,,.,. IPL 111., SSl5Tl1l?EAllH NS.ts.,Ns Compliments of Williamsport's Largest Department Store WHERE THE BEST COSTS NO MORE CHARACTER is the Real Foundation of all WORTHWHILE SUCCESS alt Pays to Play" Harley R. Worthington The Golden Rule I Agency for All Kinds E E GOODS of Insurance 714 Elmira sr. WILLIAMSPCRT, PA 336 Pine St 226 M S Ph 24080 WILLIAMSPORT LocK HAVEN PA 82 3 The CAREY-M cF ALL COMPANY Established 1864- Manufaeturers of Betsy Ross Venetian Blinds MON OU SVILLE PA Compliments of SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC. 83 Anything From a Splinter to a Carload G. W. BENNETT Sz SON COAL-LUMBER-HARDWARE CEMENT-PAINT-MILL, BUILDERS and PLUMBING SUPPLIES REFRIGERATORS-STOVES-WASHERS Phone 8-8675 MONTOURSVILLE, PA. WARD FLOYD GILBERT BROS. Montoursville 8-8677 Muncy 6-3220 The place to buy good used cars and trucks is here. The time is now. See us for sermce GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 5 days Saturday 7A.M.to9P.M. 7A.M.to6P.M. COHICK BROS. SALLADASBURG, PENNA. The Finest Meats Since 1884 Compliments of MON TOURSVILLE DEN TISTS ll-K p 5voRT M R000 05" Ur w'L"AMs noo.1P"' ICE CREAM Compliments of JOHN E. BOGDON 85 Lycoming Burial Vault Co. Concrete Burial Vaults of Distinction 350 Spruce St. MONTOURSVILL , PA. E MILO,S BAR-B-Q 321 Market Street FEATURING SUBMARINES REACH FOR STROEHMANN'S BREAD AT ITS BEST KREMSER BROTHERS Excavating-Grading MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Dial 8-1154 or 8-8602 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '59 S Sz H Green Stamps THE SPERRY sf HUTCHINSON co. Compliments of EDER'S FOOD MARKET MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 102 Montour St. Phone 8-8321 HAROLD L. HALL Florist Rear 1200 Almond Street Williamsport, Pa. Flowers for All Occasions 9441 Phone 9960 Compliments of LESTER WOLFGANG PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR Phone 8-8770 Compliments of Williamsport Coca-Cola Bottling Works Compliments of E. P. BIEBER 205 N. Loyalsock Ave. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. EMERSON A. YAW GRADING AND BULLDOZING Phone LOYALSOCK 8-2393 TROUT RUN, PA. Compliments of WALLACE PHARMACY C. J. WALLACE, Pharmacist PRESCRIPTION S - COSMETICS Phone 2-9567 Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of MONTOURSVILLE PHYSICIAN 'S 87 4 Williamsport Saddlery Co. Tailoring 1 Clothing - Uniforms Furnishings - Hats Phone 6339 QUQ 3 II ,algo-a.A. Gfgaleftaha fu. 42 E. Third St. Williamsport, Pa. Fourth at Court St. Lyco Truck Sales and Service, Inc. Compliments of J. P. 81 M. Sullivan Fine Furniture-Floor Coverings INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Draperies Free Decorating Service 232 Howard St. Montoursville, Pa. Phone 8-8624 209 13 E 3rd St WILLIAMSPO T - . . R Dial 9165 Motor Truck Equipment Co. FRUEHAUF TRAILERS OLIVER TRACTORS SCHRAMM COMPRESSORS Sales and Service 232 Howard Street Phone 8-3624 Montoursville, Pa. DELVAN BLOCK COMPANY CINDER BUILDING BLOCKS CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Phone 4564- E. Southern Ave. So. Williamsport, Pa. PERRIS PHARMACY The REXALL STORE R. O. Perris, Ph.G. PRESCRIPTIONS-COSMETICS Phone 8-1591 THE GATEWAY THE ONE STOP ON THE LOYALSOCK JOHN E. ANSTADT, Proprietor ROSENCRANS BAKERY 351 Broad St. DECORATED CAKES A SPECIALTY Phone 8-8255 HOYER'S Cameras-Projectors-Films 18 West Fourth St. Williamsport, Pa. A. Dale Harris Company CARPET-LINOLEUM Dial 8-8556 900 Broad St. Montoursville, Pa. Compliments of ALBERT ELECTRIC CO. CALVERT TROUT RUN, PENNA. VX .7-lVID'S 350 PINE ST., WILLIAMSPORT, PA. PHONE 2-oz:-12 "Winn: fun mu 8- W5 RELIABLE FURNITURE CO. Williamsport's Greater Furniture Store - MARKET SQUARE "It's Easy to Pay the Reliable Way" Compliments of A FRIEND RUSSELL C. HEIM ACCOUNTING BY MAIL 3 East Third St. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Compliments of A FRIEND REEVES, PARVIN Sz CO. Distributors of KNIGHTHOOD MORNING GLORY CANN ED GOODS 301 W. Third Street WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Phone 4-138 V Compliments of MONTOURSVILLE'S ONLY BEAR ALIGNMENT SERVICE PIFER BODY SHOP CARL H. STEELE Distributor Royal Standard-Electric-Portable TYPEWRITERS 224--226 W. Third St., Williamsport, Pa. Phone 3-6109 Jacob Gehron Company, Inc. 607 Cemetery St. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. BUCKEYE PRETZEL CO. Makers of Tasty Foods Since 1916 HAND MADE PRETZELS TASTY POTATO CHIPS CRISPY PRETZEL STIX 65 Eldred Street WILLIAMSPORT, PA LOYALSOCK MILLS L. S. YONKIN Feeds-Flour-Grain-Fertilizer Custom Grinding and Mixing 38-52650 Montoursville, Pa. Compliments of Dairylea-Milk 81 Ice Cream Phone 3-3734 Compliments of MELODY RECORD SHOP Basement Corner of Pine and 4th Sis. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. H. WARSHOW 81 SONS, IN CAPITAL BAKERS 6 Hours Fresher Phone 2-1891 WILLIAMSPORT, PA E. KEELER 'CO. 315-335 W. Third st. 315 Broad Street PLUMBING-HEATING ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Phone 5175 7Ze Hesffwffze ffl ffozeff 75045 Distributed by K-B FROSTED FOODS Williamsport, Pa. Phone 2-2878 F. 81 A. SILVAGNI APPLIANCES C SALES and SERVICE 1750 E. 3rd St. Ph. 2-6647 EVERETTIS INSURANCE AGENCY Dial 8-8759 372 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Compliments of J. H. LARSON CO. FLOOR COVERING SPECIALISTS 514- Market St. Williamsport, Pa. Dial 6177 2 Bellefonte Ave. Lock Haven, Pa. WALTER A. ECK J. OTTO ECK JAMES W. ECK ECK CONTRACTING CO. EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS FOR RENT POWER SHOVELS BULLDOZERS CRANE SERVICE PUMPS 820 Broad Street Telephone 8-8333 Roofing, Siding, and Home Improvement WEATHER CONTROL CO. Rear Jordan Ave. Phone 8-8969 WILLARD SALES AND SERVICE DUMONT-NORGE Phone 8-8689 245 Broad St. Montoursville, Pa. Compliments Of GEORGE LOGUE EVERGREEN S WHOLESALE RETAIL Dial 8-8357 for Free Estimate on Planting ARTLEYRS NURSERY KELCHNER'S SANDWICH SHOP State Theatre Building .4QM.dmd SKYWAY DINING ROOM Municipal Airport, Montoursville, Pa. Specializing in '4Pennsylvania Dutch Dinners" SEVEN SWEETS AND SEVEN SOURS USMAR'S COLONIAL RESTAURANT Delicious FOOD Compliments of AMERICAN OIL CO. Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. Compliments of A LARRY,S CLEANERS ANDY'S FOOD MARKET Self Service 400 Arch St. Phone 8-1173 MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Compliments of FRY-LYON SCHOOL OF DANCING 1204 Sheridan St. Williamsport, Pa. MELVIN L. SCHLAUCH, Jeweler 40 W. Willow St. Rear of Court House WILLIAMSPORT, PA. J. C. GREENYA Watchmaker-Jeweler Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry WILLIAMSPORT., PA. Compliments of HARMAN,S ATLANTIC SERVICE 241 Broad St. Montoursville, Pa. MONTOUR SPORTING GOODS "Everything for Your Sporting Needsn 300 Broad Street MONTOURSVILLE, PA. SCHRADERS SUNOCO SERVICE CASAOIL-LUBE Phone 2-9158 Route 15 "We Give S 62 H Green Stamps" Compliments of The GLA-MAR Shop 356 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. STOPPERS PAINT STORE GAS and OIL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PAINTS Phone 8-8353 376 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Compliments of TOTS and TEENS Compliments of NASHUA MANUFACTURING CO. . SHAHEEN MOTORS Compliments of OLDSMOBILE WILLIAMSPORT CANDY COMPANY SALES AND SERVICE MUNCY MONTOURSVILLE WEDDING INVITATIONSV LEO'S DEPARTMENT STORE FAVORS-DECORATIONS 440 Broad St. Montoursville, Pa. 341 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Phone 8-8334 Tal-Fox TALLMAN WAXING SERVICE 110 Montour Street MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Compliments of STERN BROTHERS 14 W. Third St. WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Compliments of S. S. KRESGE CO. 321 Pine St. Williamsport KELLERS PHOTO SERVICE CAMERASfFILMSfPORTRAITS 327 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. ANDRUS MUSIC STORE 135 W. 3rd Street Radios-Pianos-Phonographs-Records Band Instruments-Music ?.?.2'5"s ucv BERRYS T,i,,,3.?.i'.iL'iZ W. J. EVENDEN'S s0Ns SALES AND SERVICE Flowers of Qwllity NECHI-ELNA HOME DEMONSTRATIONS With Service That Is Dependable 948 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 139 W. 4th Street Williamsport, Pa Compliments of BRYFOGLWS FLUWERS WILLIAMS STENO SERVICE "Say It With Flowgrgn Public Stenographers-Duplicating 11 W. 4th Street Phone 2-4201 Lycoming Hotel Williamsport, Pa Dial 3-3639 DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOPPE Compliments of Beauty Is 3 Duty SMITHGALL AND GING 338 Jordan Ave. Phone 8-8257 338 C0113 Sf- Willi3mSP0Ff, Pa MONDELLS BARBER SHOP PAULHAMUS LITHO-PRINTING 381 Broad St. OFFSET REPRODUCTIONS MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 917 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA FRED CLEES AND SON PLUMBING-HEATING-APPLIANCES Compliments of SEPTIC TANKSHCESSPOOLS-DITCHING H01.-FMANQS HQME IMPROVEMENT 413 Washington sf. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. 93 m Y 1 . ANN'S BEAUTY SHOP 354 Broad St. MONTOURSVILLE, PA. Phone 8-8514 Compliments of GROSSMANIS Williamsport Distinctive Apparel for Young Women Compliments of KEEBLER'S FEED AND FARMING SUPPLIES Phone 8-8649 Montoursville, Pa. Compliments of LOYALSOCK DAIRY C. A. WOOLEVER STORAGE MOVING PACKING Phone 8-84-30 MONTOURSVILLE, PA Compliments of LAURA THEATER FOREIGN ART FILMS SHOWN WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERATION JOHN M. WENTZLER Compliments of MOORE'S DINER L. T. CLEES Dial 3-3140 J. S. RUDNITZKI, INC. BELUS RESTAURANT Diamonds - Jewelry - Watches A C0011 P 1009 t0 E05 123 W. 4-th Street WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 334 BI'0ad Si- M0l'li0lll'SVille- P2 HESSLERS SERVICE STATION TYDOL PRODUCTS "Anything for Your Car Needsv AL'S NEW AND USED FURNITURE 111 Montour St. Phone 8-1 92 1 SEE GREG NEZZO FOR ROBERT SOMERVILLE Non-Cancellable Sickness and Accident Insurance ph0mg,.aphe,. 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