Montrose High School - Acta Yearbook (Montrose, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Our Alma Maters prause we sung our love
and homage true
We pledge to her our loyalty and try our best
All that shes taught us through the years
we ve sat beneath her rule
Those glornous days' Those happy days'
Our own Montrose Hugh School
Leonard G O Brien
Yours s the largest class ever to be graduated
trom our school though we serve an area no larger
than we drd titty years ago Thus condutuon s
typ cal ot present day Arneruca The future wal
show greatly Increased enrollments wlth attendan
problems ot tmdung enough room
When you come ct votung ago rememoer the
condutnons under whnch your teachers and admnnns
trators struggled trysng to hnd room tor you to s
Face up to the problem so that those who follow
you may have adequate school taculntses
Each unduvrdual an our Am rucan culture rs con
community an whlch you wall lnve will otter you many
oppor unntues tor selt expresszon and soclal servnce
lts snstrtutlcns nts churches lts local government
all wall bad tor your talent and wwll expect much
self sacrltsce on your part l trust that the lessons
you have learned ln twelve years experuence rn the
Amerucan publuc school system wall urnnsh eacn
ot the members ot the class ot l955 a suthcuent
background tor success as you assume the plac s ot
resoonsubuluty an the communrtues nn which you
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S andsng Ethel Wnlluams Charlotte Cranqe Betsy McKenzIe Jnm Gruttns Ted
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V!ocd lf ss Dedrrclc Mrs Coleman Mass Walmer Mr Rolston
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was I3 wlth the gatt ot an old Smuth and Wesson
revolver To date he owns about 45 among them
a s ngle shot percussion cap pistol made IU London
out IBSO t o e t t w vlng a
orlgrnal parts and wlth no rust or corroslon The
oest Amerlcan made one IS an l849 Colt s pocket
model revolver the type ot hand arm used ln the
Clvll War Antuque shops auctuons or even add
ng books on guns to has own library all these ar
an obsesslon wlth our Danny
To Jane goes the speclal honor ot recelvlng the
Trst Federal Music Assocuatnon award ever granted
to a member or our student body Thus award newly
establrshed ln l952 was presented an recognrtlon ot
Janes tune accomplishment as a puano accompanlst
A s udent ot pnano tor nrne years she has contrlbuted
much to our varxous school organuzatlons and at con
certs Whether tor Mlxed Chorus Trl l-lu Y banquets
D A R meetnngs or Rotary Jane has been most
wlllmg to gnve her support Probably her tunest achueve
ment has been the A ratlng as accompamst whlch she
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ab . l's n ot he e ha' ll its ' ' A
When people ask Lisa how she started her hobby ot horse
language she simply says Boys' After all arent boys usually
the cause of everything good or bad7
lt all began back in 8th grade when she got tired ot teacher s
punishment tor doodlung her dream mans name on every
thing in sight Since Lisa liked horses so much she decided that
tnere must be some secret way in which she could ousguis
names with them A little more doodling' The result7 Everyone s
in writing notes in a brand new language Ot course she was the
only one who could translate them but it was tun anyway
Now whenever Lisa doodles names shes getting practice
not only writing names but drawing horses
Watching a repairman servicing a radio some
years ago aroused in Bob a desire to know "what
mad it work He secured an old model and had
the tun ot taking it apart and putting it together
again Happy to tind that nt would still play he
continued his experiments until one day he ds
covered that he had changed the tuner ot the
radio until it passed dntterent trequencies and he
was getting ama eur stations That did it' Hs
interest in amateur radio established he soon
enroll d in a course trom the National Rado
lnstitute hs chief tascinatron being the study ot
transmitters Bob hopes some day to get a corn
fnercial radio telephone license required tor a
technician in a broadcasting station He may be
a ham in radio but in everything else w
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SENIOR BAND MEMBERS
Seated let to rrqnt Carolyn Downer Barbara Eddy Jane Frear Elorse
Stevens Ethel Wslrams Pal l-lall Sandra l-lacks Mary Louise Weegar Standung
Clyde Elnswortlw Tonwr Sclnall J rn Grnclus Allyn l-l nds Charlotte Crauqe Dorothy
l-larutun Fatt Anderson Carol Sloat Bob Carter Robert Muller Jack Olrnstead Ted
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Se-ateo ert to font: Pat H ll Crar oft '4 'n his r y o Vse
Wifeegar Jane Frea' Dorefny l-lefty Ease Sfe-vena. Sfano no: Boo Carter
Barbara Edd, Bets, 'Kwik Nffan X Rea Car: Sfii Var' ,F l.X!'nvs , ' fa
Re'-', Beatr ie Persson. Tnlro row: Dane rlarfson lonf Sine Teo UCL ooo F
A yn l-l' os Jack Q 'nsteao Bo: Nlllef C , 5 tl Q Q Boyne.
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Seated lett to nght Margaret Mudge Charles Gardner Kenneth Lews
Garth Roberts Clyde Ellsworth Donna Yoder Bonn e Howell Sarah MacG orqe
Standing Carolyn Baker Sandra Rend Joseph O Boyle Kenneth Evertt Ann Red
Betty Newton Muldred Brunges Ruedonna Root Jane Wood ' llan Lews a
Gullooly Paul Robinson Phyllis Glover Mary Gott Art Bolles D1ckVanl'uren Joyc
Edwards Rosalle Glunlca
Ted M Lauq a ersso S Q Sa a MacGeorqe a Gr oo
Betsy M Kenze D o l-l t oy Marr Wrars P Anoe on
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Second row Jerry LaRue Jam Berg
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Carcxyw Downer Fatt Afwoerscn Eine' WEi1Iams Llsa Hcoces.
Brngham Jrm Berg Jerry LaRue Be sy McKenzwe Manage
Left to right: Judy Cruser, Jane Frear, Clwariotie Cfdge. Standing: B
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VVHATS HN A NAME
Our class IS proud of these tour the largest number to graduate In any one
class of Montrose l-lugh School Lett to rlght Sandra Rend Phyllns Glover Dennis
Glover Ann Reld
Though we navent nad any ourect con act wlth the departrnen ltselt we re
glad that the Opportunity Class was establ shed In the school durnng our senuor
year The display aooye shows some ot the many prolects fnnnshed under the
direction of the class teacher Mrs Sheldon
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ltis i960 now so let s take a quick trip by Our private
helicopter around the United States to check uplcr
some of tne graduates of Montrose High Schoo Class
First refs fry to Binghamton and see wnos there.
On our way we notice those steam-heated caoins or
the left hand side of Snake Creek Road. Dick Smith
is now owner cf the place and has been doing a boom-
ing business since the road was made a main highway.
Xlifed be er s op for some gas at Coyis mode 'zed
oas s ation Since Dick took over there have been
some changes they even sell helicopter gas
Now for Binghamton'
A I B M Miss Donna Yoder and Mss Jo e
Edwards employees about four years each are helping
acquaint two new nurses Phyllis Glover and Rita
Gilloolv with the plant
We find Tomi Schall working at a Plymouth repair
shop where he specializes in fixing old 38 Plymouths
for French speaking owners
Dana Harrison is now working as a salesman for
Ansco Film Corporation a traveling salesman at that'
Whom should we find sitting in the president s seat
at Spauld ng Bakeries but Tom Youngblood' His
dispensable private secretary is Miss Barbara Eddy
ho filled this position after Betty Newton left to get
married As head bread baker we find Ethel Williams
Rosalie Ginka s now hea salesiady n the Teen
Shop at Fl lls
Lyle Cakes has been promoted head driver in tne
Fowle and Williams trucking fleet They carr an
hng a vwnere'
We see Elo se S evens wo king at the desk c
arroor as we Lass on our way to our helicopter
Nek stoc New York As ne p ot sets 'ie ner op e
oowr a La ar Fred wo y ung a rl ne hostesse
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Sivers, Richards secretary. They say the new hair style
this year is a curl on the ieft side of the forehead.
Mr. Robert Brigham and famiiy have just completed
their first year in New York, where Bob is head tech-
nician at the newly formed Christian broadcasting
Two cf our graduates have made names tor them-
selves in the dramatic world. Since the custom of cast-
ing men in womenis parts came back into vogue, Mr.
Thomas Ryan has been continually praised for his ex-
cellent performance of Lady Macbeth in the sleep
walking scene Could it be previous experience7 Mr
Wayne Cecil Hills s fast becoming known for his
excellent interpretation of Polonious the snoop
Shakespeare s Hamlet Gve t h y thoughts no
You remember Ann Reid dont you7 Well now
shes strutting her stuff showing off those new Paris
creations for Saks on Fifth Ave
Her sister Sandra Reid is head cook in the Stork
Club Formerly Miss Mary Goff held this position but
she is now kept busy as Mrs Dyer with a set of twins
As you wander through the new A 81 P Super
market you will probably catch sight of James Worrell
who at present is Assistant Manager of the store Re
member Super Service with a smile
Lets hop over to Chicago now and see who blows
oy inthe Windy C ty
There goes Charlotte Cra ge skirts billowing and
rght behind her is Jim Berg the man with the edu
cated cows they milk to passages from Shakespeare
nstead of music who has had a bad case of ulcers
Looks as though he recovered quite successfully unde
Cha lotte s care as a registered nurse
That new I96O Oldsmobile that yust shot by with a
ooo tal wnd was piloted y Bl Fox l-tes ea
alesman o c a Genera Motors Showroom
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