Montrose High School - Acta Yearbook (Montrose, PA)

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" "O, happy they that never saw the court "Lo, what wonders the day hath brought, Born of the soft and slumbrous snow! " W 9' ff, ' ' AWAY You cannot say, you must not say That he is dead. He is just away! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair. It needs must be, since he lingers thereg So think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Here, Think of him still as the same and say He is not dead, he is just away. James Whitcomb Riley We, the members of the Senior Class, hold in kind memory two of our classmates, Lester Knight and Donald Warner. Y VX 4 T f XX DEDICATIO JOSEPH E. FESTA We feel that it is especially appropriate this year that our class dedicate the Acta to Mr. Joseph Festa. As we began our freshman year in 1961, we found him beginning his teaching career here at Montrose High School. Ever since, it seems, he has played a vital part in our school life. As instructor of American history, as well as class advisor, Mr. Festa has expended countless hours of time and energy toward making our years both pleasant and worthwhile. We have on many occa- sions, too, enjoyed his inimitable sense of humor. Truly he has proved himself a real friend. ,f XX I. ,I I I N I I, X fl f X x' I xXQ'gQiXx J-,,' 'AX Y X iY ,, n ff--S-5-41-51, - Rx :EES A ' 'Qiglilx Xqxg jgzsd ' -h EQ? -N X X 'I - f- Q. 5 I , Y 5 1, mx Q ,. 2: Sie ,Z N11 3 - x - ' 59 fiv 5: ,, , , r RQ, 'T Q- 5'- L-Lwj , , , Q, 5' mu- E: ,I ,, -- 1 was P TN Eg 'YT -,I -'j' S! , , he .- . fl-A FT. .Y - .:- gt fig. -1 I N E-E -f 3523223 1 fvessgei EI E ,'I i"'!i'fi-Fwi iff ' 1--' v Nl:'i5'jl,E'Ql f. 1"' i3QQ5Eg,l, XX EE: --' N" I. M GARDNER G.wHCHALETZ ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL BOARD ROW lg Joe Barondeau, Ralph Weber, William Kiefer ROW 2: Delbert Corwin, Ralph Rosa, Garfield MacKenzie, Joella Beasley, Benton Casterline, Mac Hindman, Frances Birchard, non-member secretaryg Glendora Wells, Edwin Summers, Roy Van Denburgh, Edward Albeck, Myton Griffis, Halsey Hewitt ROW 3: Kenneth Kiefer, Wayne Taylor, Allen Roszel, Edwin Shaffer, George Brick, Robert Stockholm, Clinton Honeywell, Norval Potts, Thomas Davis, Charles Booth, Leonard Poch, George Houser ABSENT: Malcolm Douglas, John Moore, Wayne Sterling Transportation Committee Finance Committee To the Members of the Class of l965g Another school year is passing swiftly onward and the realities of today will soon become the memories of tomorrow. I wish for all of you the best of every- thing in the years that lie ahead. May you always think only of the best, work only for the best, and expect only the best from those around you. May you always be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble. RALPH D. FELTON Supervising Principal At his office desk MRS. VICKERS Secretary MR. DAYTON L. BIRCHARD High School Principal To Mr. Dayton Birchard, principal of the Montrose Con- solidated High School, we owe a sincere debt of gratitude. He has served us throughout our school days not only as a very able administrator, but has by precept and example instilled in us a spiritual and moral attitude which will serve to guide us nobly toward our most meaningful achievements in life. We thank you, Mr. Birchard, for your personal interest and faithful service. He hath shewed thee, O man, what is goodg and what doth the bord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? Micah 6:8 MRS. WOOD Secretary MRS, ELIZABETH STEPHENS School Nurse MR, RODG ER LEW IS Guidance MRS, BETH LENOX Guidance 'I' MRS, GERTRUDE SUNIMERS Secretary MR, KENNETH ANDERSON Instrumental Music MRS, MARTHA CHAMBERLAIN Home Economics MRS, LOUISE HACKETT Librarian MR, CARL HA VIRA English I2 FACULTY MR, SIMON BERNOSKY Physical Education MR, PHILIP BURKE Special Education MR, CLYDE ELISWORTH Rural Education MR, PETER HACKETT Problems of Democracy MRS, MAPJORIE HINDS English MRS, CECILIA ELY Latin, English MR, HARRY HANEY German, Dramatics Coach l MISS MARY KELLY English MR, PETER LAYMAN MRS, REBECCA NORRIS MR, EUGENE OPSASNICK i Art French , English Industrial Arts F ,S i s EEEM MR. ARTHUR PECK MR, ARTHUR ROUSH MR, CHARLES RUSHEFSKI Mathematics Chemistry, Physics Commercial Law, Mathematics MISS ANN SA LANSKY MR, JAMES SAMPLE MR. WARREN SLOCUM Physical EduC3IiOI1 Typing, Office Practice History MR. ROBERT SNYDER MR, JOHN STONE MR, CYRIL STRETANSKY Mathematics Biology Vgcal Music MRS, MARIE WATKINS Home Economics Not shown: MR, WARREN WOOD Civics, Driver Education Miss Irene Pedrick, Bookkeeping, Shorthand Mr. Frank Polanowski, General Science M3-'Qi I C .nn MR, JACK YEAGER Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing JU IOR HIGH FACULTY Row l - Mr. Evans, Mrs. Streransky, Miss Hefferan, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Watkins, Miss Mrofcza , Mr. Srretansky Row 2 - Mr. Kruczek, Mr. Opsasnick, Mr. Ayers, Mr. Williams, Mr. Belinsky, Mr. Haney I4 CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs, Covey, Miss Furey, Mrs. Ellsworth, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Bunnell, Mrs, Gardner, Mrs. Very wrfffm if Ne" -0' 5 'Cf bl XJ eff' 7"-L4 - pl 44.-W, ,III , '- I ,fl fe' :gt ,Q f f ' 11.1 U., 5. .- ,' ' N' -,'. 4 ,I:,.,-,.4- - .,,, A P ',,',,.' 1 .g- aa 'fi 1.1! 1 X :Mb '-" A T 'ST' MAINTENANCE STAFF Mr. Smith, Mr. Corwin, Mr. Lake, Mr. Hefferan, Mr. Gesford STUDENT TEACHERS English Department Homemaking Department T Mathematics Department 5 XXX NANCY GARDNER GARY MKHALE TZ SLNIQRS GEORGE ARNOLD I-Iarry's second hand man . . . has his own '62 convertible . . . spends his summers at Harvey's Lake . . . attraction in Tunkhannock. Band 9, 10 Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 Octet 12 Baseball 9, 10 Wrestling 9 Hi-Y 9 KATHY BAKER Noted for her P.J. parties . . . likes dancing at 4 A. M .... befriends everyone. . . attract- ive clothes. FHA 9, 10, 11 Tri-Hi-Y 12 Student Council 11 PHYLLIS ARNOLD Reserved in nature . . . a teenage lady . . . handy with a needle or a text book . . . a good friend. FHA 9,1O,11,12 GARY BARNHART Active in intramural sports . . . very girl shy . . , enjoys band. Band 9, 10, 11, 12 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 11 KERMIT AYRES Of few words . . . stable think- er . . . sure to succeed . . . math brain. Basketball 9 Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12 Track 10, 11, 12 Glee Club 11, 12 Senior Chorus 9, 10 BARBARA BELL Is it true that blondes have more fun? . . . one of the newer additions to the class . . . has been "adopted" by the McLaugh- lins. Chorus 9, 10 LINDA BINDE Inclined to be easily aggravated by teachers . . . extremely fond of chemistry . . . future plans, nursing. Band 9 Chorus 9, 10 Girl's Glee Club 11, 12 Tri-Hi-Y 10, ll, 12 BEVERLY BLAISURE Often drives a red Corvair to school . . . always active . . . ready to lend a helping hand . . . chatter box. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 M.H.S, Life 11, 12 Senior Play 12 Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 12 WILLIAM BINDE Small of stature . . . blond . Always has something to say . . . A ready volunteer for anything. Chorus 11, 12 F.F. A. 9, 10 DAVID BREARLEY Local gas station attendant . artistic . . . has 21070 fewer cavities . . . will use any ex- cuse to get out of schoolwork. Wrestling 9, 10 4 LOUISE BIRCHARD Typing, her key subject . . . complex sentences perplex her . . . her will rules . . . suc- cess bound. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 12 Glee Club 9, 10, 11, 12 RUSSELL BREEZE A friendly blond . . . future John Deere farmer . . . slick hair cut. F,P.A. 9,10,11 Band 9 FRED BROWN Powerful man on the mats . . star of our wrestling team . . . owns a beautiful blue Ford. Wrestling 11, 12 FOSTER BUSH Quiet and withdrawn . . . dif ferent when you get to know him . . . persevering. F.F.A. 9, 10, 11 Intramural Basketball 9 20 DENNIS BUNNELL Bombs around in a black Con- vertible . . . chauffeur to one of Taylor's clerks . . . enthu- siastic wrestler. Band 9,10,11,12 Choir 9 Chorus 12 Hi-Y 11,12 Wrestling 10, 11, 12 THERESA BUSH Her work is in stitches . . at "home on the range" usually seen with Lorita . . . our Fairdale red-head. F.H.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 Student Council 10 GARY BURGH Fine good will ambassador . . up on the latest dance steps . . . great debater . . . ren o'clock "scholar," Chorus 9, 10 Glee Club 12 Band 9, 10 ANNE CARNEY "Put on your glasses, rhere's Mr. Wood" . . . future Florence Nightingale . . . never seen without "Deed, " Intramural Basketball 11 Band 9, 10, 11, 12 CHERYL CATLIN Class scatterbrain . . . loves to rollerskate . . . has more than average loyalty to the Union . . . "Did you hear the one about . . . 7" Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 Class Officer 12 Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11 Student Council 11 Glee Club 9,10,11, 12 M.H.S. Life 9,11, 12 Acta Staff 12 IOANNE CLOUGH Keeps busy in bookkeeping . . likes to laugh . . . We predict a joyous future. F. H.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 Student Council 10 Band 9, 10 NANCY CAT LIN Spends her spare time washing cars. . . latest hair-do. . . enjoys football. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10 Chorus 9, 10 Band 9 DAVID CORNELL JA MES CHES KO Ruddy complexion . . . Jim never spends any of his nights around MHS . . . sometimes, not days . . . drag fan. Band 9, 10, 11 Wrestling 10 Intramural Basketball 11 DONNA COX Soft voice . . . sweet personali- ty. . . good seamstress. Band 9 Tri-Hi-Y 9 Choir 9, 10 Glee Club 9, 10 Serious . . . quiet . . . big 44 ambitions . . . good hearted fellow Intramurals 12 BURTON CRAWFORD Track rider . . . attendance at school regulated by the basket- ball schedule . . . his calling card, a note of laughter. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Chorus 9 Boys Glee Club 10 Choir 11,12 Track 9, 11, 12 MYRNA CROWLEY Enjoys dancing, especially un- der streetlights . . . loves her seat in English class . . . better than average sense of humor . . . dependable. Band 9, 10, 11 Glee Club 9, 10, 11 Choir 12 Acta Staff 22 WAYNE CRAYT ON Science, his passion . . . likes to listen to jokes . . . never misses anything. LEWIS CUDO "All right, Davis, she's mine." . . . Tall, very friendly, es- pecially with the female spe- cies. Band 9 RICHARD CRONK Devoted French student . . a dedicated Yankee fan . . Class "arguer. " Band 9, 10, 11, 12 Glee Club 11 Choir 12 Intramural 9, 10, 11, 12 Octet 12 JAMES DAVIS Reason for teacher's gray hairs . . . avoids bringing in excuses . . . never seen without Louie. Band 9 Wrestling 10 Baseball 10, 11 SUE DAVIS A competitor of "Thumbelina" . . . often seen with Marsha . . . always has a joke to tell . . . a busy helper with typing. Tri-l-Ii-Y 11, 12 DANIEL DeWITT Great personality . . . class clown . . . his cure for every- thing is laughter . . . Milt's thc most! Band 9,10, 11, 12 Chorus 9, 10 Choir 11,12 Student Council 9, 10, 11,12 Basketball 9, 10 is GARY DAYTON One of the taller members of the class . . . needs a mechanic on dates . . . one of Bernosky's five. Basketball 11, 12 DIANE DeWITT Good things come in small packages, that's"Deed" . . Never seen without Annie . . . Lots of spark. Band 9, 10, ll, 12 Chorus 10, 11 Choir 12 Cheerleading 9 M.H.S. Life. 12 GORDON DePUE A real outdoorsman . . . quiet and very shy . . . enjoys hunting. Wrestling 11, 12 LUCKY DOWNS Artistic . . . horses are his first love . . . California's loss, but our gain. Basketball 11 LEESA DRUTCHAL The only member of the class to sport a Baracuda . . . class chatterbox . . . After school hours spent at Dean Phipps'. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10 Track 9, 10, 11, 12 LEVO FASSETT Hails from Green, N.Y. . . pleasant speaking voice . . busy farm boy. FRED EAREL Up on the current events . . great at pushing a broom . jolly and carefree. M.H.S. Life 12 SHIRLEY FASSETT Quiet . . . likes boys. . . spends a lot of her time in Binghamton. WILLIAM EVANS Known for many carefree antics . . . member of Gentlemen Mechanics, Anon . . . likes to daydream. MICHAEL FLAHERTY Business law enthusiast . . . always seen with the St. Joseph clan . . . likes to talk. Chorus 9, 10 THOMAS FOSTER Tall, slim, and fair haired . . champion parliamentarian at MHS. F.F.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 CAROL GREEN Shy member of the class . . . nimble fingers on the clarinet . . . alwaysa friend. Baud 9,10,11,12 Chorus 9, 10 Glee Club 11, 12 Tri-Hi-Y 9 NANCY GARDNER Have pallet, will paint . . . has filed away basketball score- book . . . plans to go to Penn State. Choir 9,10,11,12 Band 9,10, 11, 12 Acta Staff EDWARD GRICK Hark! a lady pleaser here . . a bevy of girls and Ed is near. Band 9 10 Track 9, 10, 11 SANDRA GARNER Seen for a long time on South Main Street . . . tall and blond . . . makes nightly trips to Binghamton. Band 9, 10, 11 Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10 JANET GRIFFIN Very shy . . . blushes easily . . . likes to create a stir in the kitchen . . . "Sew" good at other things. Tri-H1-Y 9 F.H.A, 11,12 Band 9,10 SHARON GRIFFIS Busy one, this girl . . . we won- der how she makes out in 7th period POD . . . Forest Lake gal. Glee Club 11 SALLY HAWLEY Quiet . . . works hard . . . would make an excellent sec- retary . . . dislikes making speeches. Tri-H1-Y 9,10, 11,12 M.H.S. Life 12 26 CAROL GROOVER Tiffany's gift to MHS . . . a sleek, raven-tressed lass who is always seen with a smile . . . loves to giggle . . . good work- er. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, ll, 12 Acta Staff Cheerleading 9, 10 Chorus 9, 10 Glee Club 11, 12 M.H.s. Life 11,12 Quill and Scroll Club 12 Class Officer 9, 12 Student Council 11 ALICE HAYES Big blue eyes . . . great eques- trian . . . enjoys dancing . . . friendly to all . . . "Hi-ya!" Chorus 9, 10 Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, ll LINDA HART BAUER Flashy brown eyes . . . uses them to good advantage . . . talkative, especially in classes Band 9, 10, 11 Chorus 9 Choir 10, 11,12 Student Council 11, 12 NANCY HEED Reliable . . . a friend to all . . . attractive . . . spends most of her time water skiing at Heart Lake. Band 9, 10, 11 Chorus 9, 10 Glee Club 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 12 Tri-Hi-Y 9,10 BARBARA HEFFERAN Friendly to everyone . . . likes to talk . . . enjoys horses and sports . . . plans include be- coming a beautician. MIERLE HICKOK Manages to get a big green tank on to the campus each day . . . lives in the shadow of Camp Susquehanna . . . eyes flash mischief. P.F. A. 9, 10 Chorus 10, 11, 12 Wrestling 10, 11 Intramurals 9, 10, 11 RUTH HEGGELKE Likes paJama parties . . . shys away from open wmdows . dislikes surprise camera shots. Track 9, 10, 11 Volleyball 10, ll SHARON HOLBERT Petite giggler . . . gets a bang out of brick planters . . . likes to wade in fountains. Student Council 9, 12 Acta Staff Glee Club 11, 12 Chorus 9, 10 Band 9 M.H.S. Life 11, 12 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12 CONNIE HENRY The first to volunteer for solos U1 . . . always talking . . . not afraid of heights. Acta Staff Glee Club 11, 12 Chorus 9, 10 Band 9, 12 Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 RONALD HOLLENBECK Tall, fair and blond . . . class cut-up . . . does everything in study hall but study. Intramurals 11, 12 Track 11, 12 GARY HOLLISTER Forest Lake Irishman . . . friendly smile . . . freckles. Chorus 9 GEORGE HUBBARD When there's a dance, there's George . . . active in 4-H . "How're ya gonna keep him down on the farm?" . . . Per- sonality . . . born leader. Band 9,1o,11,12 Chorus 9 Glee Club 10 Choir 11, 12 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Student Council 11 28 MICHEAL HOLT SLAN DER Hails from the hills of Kentucky . . . ahard worker . . . quiet. Wrestling 10 ROGER IRELAND Reserved and never in trouble . . . until he bites his finger- nails in English class . . . fine example of how the rest of us should behave. Glee Club 11, 12 Library staff ll, 12 Bus Patrol ll, 12 ROSALIE HOWELL Known for her fabulous ward- robe . . . quiet till you get to know her . . . does her work well. Band 9,1O,11,12 Acta staff SHARON JACKSON That laugh has got to go . . . patron of the church and its sons . . . knows most of the popular tunes. Tu-Hi-Y 9,10 BRUCE JENKINS Bowling well is his favorite pas- time . . . a new addition to the gang . . . PK . . . noted for his study hall antics with Wayne. Basketball 9, ll ARTHUR JONES "Stand back and let 'em by, " barks the faithful guardian of busl3. . . redhair. .. blushes easily. MARILYN JERAULD Interests centered on Blooms- burg State . . . can always de- pend upon her smile to brighten up the halls. Band 9 MARCIA JORDAN Does a lot of her own sewing . . . baffled by I.B.M, com- puters . . . sparkling blue eyes. Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12 M.H.S. Life ll Acta Staff Girls' Glee Club 10 JA MES JOHNS ON Bus 21's own Dennis the Menace . . . great asset to FFA. F.F.A, 9, 10, 11, 12 Band 9, 10 Parliamentary Procedure 11 PAULA KANE Seen in Tina's putting in a hard day's work . . . contagious giggle . . . terrific English ac- cent. Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 12 Girls' Glee Club 11, 12 PATRICIA KARVELLER Gymnastics enthusiast . . . en- joys music . . . Concert Choir soloist. Band 9 Choir 9, 10,11, 12 Glee Club 10 Cheerleading 9 M.H.S. Life 11 Acta staff KAY KOEB PAUL KELLY It's great to have Paul back again. . . quiet and shy? . . spare time spent in Jim's red Triumph. Chorus 9, 10 Band 9, 10 Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 Soccer 11 Wrestling 11 Dramatics 11 Track 11 Year Book 11 The Air Force is her biggest headache . . . intellectual . . . adds a touch of femininity to trig class. Band 9,1O,11,12 Chorus 9 Glee Club 10 Choir 11, 12 Tri-Hi-Y 12 Student Council 12 ROBERT KUNKLE Has a tempermental car, falls apart very easily . . . our own "Ringo." Band 9 10 11 12 Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 RALPH KING Knows who's boss and doesn't mind telling everybody . . . loves school C71 . . . one of the wheels on Bus 8 . . . likes nights Band 9, 10, 11 Hi-Y 11 F.F.A. 9, 10 STEPHEN LATHROP An outstanding class member . . . chic wardrobe . . . always on the go . . . career in medi- cine. Class President 9, 12 Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 Octet 9, 10,12 Band 9, 10, 11 Brass Ensemble 10, 11 Basketball 9, 10, 11 Hi-Y 10 Acta staff JAMES EDWIN LEWIS Fishing interests him . . . also intramural sports . . . a quiet, meaningful smile. Band 9 Track 9 Intramural 9, 10, 11, 12 Volleyball 11 MICHAEL LUCE Bides his time 'til June . . . spends most of same with Phil. Band 9 JAMES W. LEWIS What would we ever do without Jim? . . . friendly, hard work- ing . . . takes an active part in everything . . . "Where's Paul?" Chorus 9, 11 Hi-Y 10 Volleyball 11 Band 9 DIXIE MaCGEORGE Lots of fun . . . often seen with Rose . . . crazy about jazz . . . likes modern dancing. Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 IAME S LINA BERRY One of the South Montrose gang . . . shy until you know him . . . all around great guy. Glee Club 10, 11, 12 Baseball 12 SHERRY MA NHERZ Likes to sing dancing . . stuffed anim . . . enjoys modern . sells Chances on als . . . always has a joke ready. Tri-Hi-Y 12 JOHN MARSH Mrs. Hinds' errand boy . . . holds the coveted front seat in Room 8 . . . most content with cue in hand. LYNNE MCCORMACK Brain in Trig class where she rules the rear of the room . . . welcome addition to all activi- ties. Band 9, 10 M.H.S. Life 12 ROBERT MCKEAGE Yes, that was McKeage driving a caddy . . . shades of the Van- derbilts . . . did anyone men- tion Chatty's name? M.H.S. Life 12 Acta Staff KENNETH MEAD Curly haired kid who will in- SALLY MCLAUGHLIN Tranquil and shy . . . "Dimons" are this girls best friend. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10 Track Manager 11 ANNE MEAD A smile for everyone El sie, curtain . . . sweet and shy . . . helpful. Band 9, 10, 11 Tri-Hi-Y 11 12 herit the hard work of operating a farm . . . uses study halls for what they're intended. F.F.A. 9,1o,11,12 Band 9, 10 GARY MICHALETZ Class Rembrandt . . . mind usu- ally traveling in the Twilight Zone . . . tall, thin. Band 9, 10 M.H.S. Life 9, 10 Hi-Y l2 Acta Staff KATHRYN NOVITSKE Snob Knob's staunchest defend- MARGARET MOGER Petite, blue eyed blonde . . collects green stamps for the Montrose Minute Men . . . charms diners at Deuel's. Band 9 Girls' Glee Club 9, 10, 11 Choir 12 Student Council 9, 10 Acta Staff KAREN MYERS EHjOys reading . . . pleasant personality . . . quiet get to know her. KATHY OAKES 'till you er . . . spontaneous laughter, gaiety, and noise. . . has a personal interest in the Meteors. Student Council 9, 10 Chorus 9, 10 Choir 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 11 Cheerleading 9, 11, 12 Band 9 Acta Staff l DAVID NYE Cars, cars, cars . . . works hard, at least that s what he tells us. Everybody's favorite . . . would make a good secretary argues over shorthand . of those famous second Tn-Hi-Y 11, 12 Chorus 9 choir 10, 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 12 Band 9, 10, 11 . . OHS SOPIHHOS KEITH OAKES Iovial . . . loves to tease . . class gad-about . . . usually seen with George and Ed. Band 9, 10 Chorus 9, 10 ANTHONY OLSZEWSKI Blond buddy of all the faculty . . . Tony has a broad smile for everybody. F. F. A. 9, 10 Science Club 10 JEAN OLENIACZ Always keeps the mailman busy . . . afriend in need . . . alert . . . Myrna's shadow. Band 9, 10 Acta Staff Cheerleading 12 CAROLYN ONYSKO Bouncy . . . Kath, what's today's assignment forf J? . . . sometimes complains, usually in homeroom . . . friend to all. M.H.S. Life 11, 12 Tri Hi Y 10, 11,12 Quill and Scroll 11, 12 Acta Staff IACQUELINE OLIN That red hair must shine in the dark . . . lively and cheerful . . . has an effervescent manner. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 Chorus 9 Choir 10, 11, 12 Acta Staff Student Council 9, 10 LARRY O'REILLY The Irish poet laureate of the future . . . "O, K., you guys, where's my octet fo1der?" . . . the butt of many jokes. Choir 10, 11, 12 Chorus 9 Band 9,10, ll, 12 Basketball 9, 10 Baseball 12 Student Council 11, 12 Octet 12 NANCY PALMER Nancy is bashful - but she can really liven up a business trip . . . she and Rose are insep- arable. SHARON PETERS Likes things on the "Pinky" side . . . known for ambition and ability to get things done. Band 9,10 Track 9, 10 Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 GARY PASS MORE Deep blue eyes . . . friendly . . . mail heading toward Florida . . . usually seen with Denny. Intramural Basketball 9, 10, 11 F,F.A. 11 ROBERT PRATT Owns a stone quarry . . . likes Chevys . . . very friendly . . a typing enthusiast. Intermediate Band 9, 10 ARLENE PEARS ON Giggler . . . always seen with "Red" . . . dislikes math and science . . . strong supporter of M.H,S, Life. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 9, 11, 12 LAWRENCE RAFFERTY Hard working . . . asset to the class . . . nicer guys are hard to come by. Intramural Basketball 9 CHARLES RAUCH Not a disagreeable trait in the world . . . takes things in stride. BETTY ROBERTSON Likes to have a good time . . . usually smiling. . . doesn't have many complaints. Tri-Hi-Y 9 F.H.A. 10, 11, 12 36 LORIT A REID Usually seen on Church Street . . . very active in all school sports. Track 9,1O, 11, 12 F. H.A. 9, 10, 11, 12 JEAN ROBERTSON Loves fun . . . very active in FHA . . . has a sweet personal- ity . . . usually talks about Glenn. Tri-Hi-Y 10 F.H.A. 10, 11,12 Student Council 12 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 ALAN REIMEL First of the Reimel dynasty . . . does everything well . . . what will Mr. Bernosky do without him? . . . H587-R, please." Band 9, 10, 11 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Baseball 9,10,l1, 12 Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 Student Council 11, 12 octet 10,12 Track 9, 10 Acta Staff LINDA ROSA Social director . . . helpful . . . sincere and friendly . . . one of Taylor's alert clerks. Band 9, 10, 11 Glee Club 9, 10, 11 M.H.S. Life 11 HARVEY ROSENKRANS Shy . . . good sense of humor . . . often seen on Hinds Street. Chorus 9, 10 Hi-Y 12 SHARON SHEEN Works at Camp Susquehanna, lucky girl . . . usually seen with Nancy and Kathy . . . slave to Archie, her dog. Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12 Glee Club 9, 10,1l,12 Band 9 M.H.S. Life 12 SUSAN RYAN Vivacious personality . . . part time soda jerk. . . spends Fri- day nights in New Milford. Tri-Hi-Y 10 CHARLOTTE SHERMAN Noted physicist . . . plans a career in nursing . . . "What's my next line, Charlotte?" Band 9 Tri H1 Y 9 SHARON SACKETT A sweet smile goes a long way . . . she spends most of her time at Forest Lake . . . one of the more dwarfish members of the class. Tri-Hi-Y 10 F.H.A, 12 CAROL SIVERS M.H.S. Life editor . . . one of the busiest members of our class . . . "Does anyone have an aspirin?" Chorus 9, 10 Band 10, 11, 12 Tri-H1-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 11,12 Quill and Scroll 11, 12 Acta Staff Chorus 9,10, 11 NINA SMIT H Blushes very easily . . . fond of rings . . . has taken all the honors in bookkeeping. Chorus 9, 10, 11 Tri-Hi-Y 9 WILLIA M SMIT H Always a pleasant smile . . . shy and quiet - at first . . . wildlife is this boy's best friend. F.F.A. 9,1o,11,12 RONALD SMITH Happy-go-lucky . . . one ofthe Forest Lake gang . . . a more friendly guy would be hard to find. Choir 10,11, 12 Band 9,lO,1l,12 Hi-Y 9 Octet 12 GRACE SNYDER Always hard at work . . . she's sure to succeed . . . avid reader . . . faithful churchgoer. Glee Club 11 Choir 12 SHARON S MITH Never without the portable . . loves to sew UQ and refinish furniture. Band 9,10 Tri-Hi-Y 9,1O,11,12 ROBERT SORENSEN Active wrestling battler for M.H. S .... always goofing around . . . dislikes schoolwork. Wrestling 10 Track 10 38 Volleyball 10 RALPH STERLING Enjoys intramural sports . . has liquid brown eyes . . another southtowner. Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 DIANE T AT OR Rather quiet . . . likes to twist . . . sometimes seen at the Forest Lake snackbar. Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 11, 12 Band 9, 10, ll ROSE STERLING Pleasant . . . very gay and happy go lucky . . . usually seen with Sharon. Band 9, 10 Tri-Hi-Y 10 11 12 NANCY TAYLOR One of the quieter members of the class . . . piano enthusiast . . . plays our school organ. Band 9 10 11 Chorus 9, 10 Glee Club 10 Choir 12 Tri Hr Y 10, 11, 12 RICHARD ST EWART The Happy Wanderer . . . holds up the wall in Mrs. Hinds' room. . . F.F.A. 9, 10, ll BONNIE THOMPSON Often seen with Patsy . . . knows every seat on ol' no. 8 . . . busy girl at home. . . always cheerful. Tri-Hi-Y 9 JOAN THRASHER Recent exchange student to the land of tulips and windmills. . . makes frequent trips to Keystone , . , beautiful wardrobe. Band 9 Chorus 9 Choir 10 Student Council 9, 10 JAMES W ASHBURN Spends much of his leisure time working on cars. . . another one of Mr, Yeager's boys. . . one of the more reserved members of the class. F,F,A. 9, 10, 11, 12 , aaumzsns f , mmwrss-:skit , iiizffazssssieiv. f. 40 TERRY TRAVIS "Goldie Locks". . . has a hard time keeping a straight face in home living. Chorus 9, 10 Band 9, io, 11 Tri-Hi-Y 9 Student Council 11, 12 JOHN WATSON Class imp. . . drives a mean '57 Ford. . . dishpan hands from Deuel's . . . career in engineering. JAMES TUCKER He never finds the inclination to get to study hall on time. . , likes to peruse magazines. F. F. A. 9, 1O,11, 12 RICHARD WAY Very quiet and reserved, , , enjoys sports. . . one of our Fairdalers. Baseball 10, 11 Track 9, 10 PHILIP WHEAT ON Apprentice surveyor from Salt Springs . . . Shorty is an ideal outdoorsman. Track 10 Ban 9 10 11 ROGER WEISS High idles - a Volkswagen . . enjoys shop work . . . noisy little one . . . musical nose- blower. PATRICIA WINANS Spends most of her time with Billy . . . Enjoys dining and dancing. Student Council 9 10 CAROL WILBUR Pleasant personality . . . friend- ly smile . . . wears a special ring on her left hand. F.H.A. 9,10,11,12 Chorus 9, 10 Choir 11, 12 Cheerleading 9, 10 Glee Club 10 SHIRLEY WOOD The whole band relies on Shir- ley for the right note . . . clarinets away, for it's off to French . . . careful, watch that accent. Band 9,10,11,12 Tri-H1-Y 9, 1O,11, 12 MARY LOU WOOD Cheerful . . . always seen at the Teen Age Dances . . . tive seamstress. F.H.A. 9,10, 11, 12 GEORGE YANKAY DALE YODER One of the Fabulous Five . . . Very active F-F- A- member basketball isn't his only love - ' - quiet. Outdoor WPC - - I . . our Gregory peck. a devoted printing student. Band 9,10 F.F.A, 9,l0,11, 12 Chorus 9 choir 10, 11, 12 Octet 12 Baseball 9, 10, ll, 12 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Track 11, 12 M.H.S. Life 12 RICHARD ZAHORA CONNIE ZAPOLSKI Horses and school . . . friend Handy with a needle and thread and foe respectively . . . en- . . . a friend to all. . . drives joys hunting. a fast f?j Olds. Band 9, 10,11 F.H.A. 9,10,l1,12 Choir 11,12 H1-Y 11,12 ALMA MATER Our Alma Mater's praise we sing, our love and homage true. We pledge to her our loyalty, and try our best to do All that she's taught us through the years we've sat beneath her rule. Those glorious days! Those happy days! Our own Montrose High School. Like South America's great wealth of natural resources, Sus- ana is a rare beauty both in appearance and charm, Argentina could not have sent a better am- bassador, for Susana's reserved, yet pleasing manner has won the hearts of the boys and girls at Montrose High School. Our first exchange student from the Orient, Masaro Sato, has adapted himself very readily to American ways. He says the features that really gave him the biggest surprises were our informal dress, the relaxed at- mosphere in American schools, and our manner of dancing. Masaro has been most welcome in many of our classes, we have indeed enjoyed his keen sense of humor. fThe Class of '65 gets things done! S. Lathrop - President, G. Burgh - Vice President, C. Groover - Secretary, C. Catlin - Girls' Treasurerg E. Grick - Boys' Treasurer OURD Y "As the president of the class of 1965, I welcome you. " t I' mltee "And they Said it couldn't be 1' if 1 ' S done. " t if sig S M 2 S2 if gh K I Sgt 2? W Qt f 3 M an ffl? A L Mme a S X f S wt 52, if is? ,uwzLwz t gifs? 4, 31. '12 Us SK s if ii? , ,Fw qt Q as S V Q L S S . ,2wf:x':aiMv w ww-me -- 37 Q "Better by far you should forget and smile tha that you should remember and be sad." sv. ,, V .pw yki gggigygtv-f , -.,V K K mal .M .Wg ., ,,,..S,,L: , . ., 1 , . K .. 5 5 5 K - - yffifl if it 2 S 'ffwi-mf wyfesmtgishnwify Q5-wi :fi .tgzgflitg-,gff,1gfupiafiff:',-'tigeefzul H f .. ww S W A-truth 3 3 vi . , of ,, t , . , The coveted pigskin G ALUMNI DIRECTORY CLASS OF 1964 Abbott, Joan - Robert Packer Hospital School of Nursing Allen, Larry - East Stroudsburg College Bailey, Diane - Brooklyn Methodist School of Nursing Baker, David - County National Bank, Montrose Barnhart, Douglas - U.S. Army Beeman, Reta - Bank Clerk, Washington, D. C. Benio, Laurence - Wilkes Barre Business College Bennett, James - U.S. Army Benson, John - I.B.M, Bertsch, Sarah - Rotary Exchange Student to New Zealand Beyea, Robert - Delhi Institute Bomboy, Galen - Ansco Brace, Beverly - Factory Worker, Telford, Pa. Bush, Nancy - FBI, Washington Cady, Peggy - Mrs. Paul Strohl Carnese, Joyce - Sipe and Butler, Attorneys, Montrose Carter, Jack - Broome Tech Caviness, Harold - Air Force Clough, Gertrude - at home Corts, Judith - Binghamton Cronk, Jerry - Beech Manufacturing Company Cundey, Anna - Housewife Deuel, Pauicia - Mt, Ida Jr. College, Massachusetts DeWitt, Margaret - Marywood College Dillon, Martin - Villanova Dimon, William - U. S. Army Donahue, Philip - Keystone Jr. College Douglas, Stuart - Penn State Eddy, David - Endicott Johnson Company Eddy, Thomas - Kupfrian Manufacturing Company, Binghamton Edwards, Leonard - Berean Bible School English, Cyrus - Lab Department, Medical Arts Clinic Ferris, Jane - Rotary Exchange Student to Switzerland QWest Chesterj Fraser, Lois - Montrose First National Bank Gaines, Julia - Penn State Garnsey, Wayne - The King's College Gibbs, Ronald - Restaurant Worker in New York City Goff, Judith - Triple Cities School of Beauty Culture Gorski, William - Carpenter with father Gow, Thelma - Stanley Representative Grick, Joan - at home Grisafi, lgnazio - Keystone Jr. College Haskins, Joanne - Mrs, Jerry Knight Hawley, John - College of Insurance, New York Herne, Donna - Broome Tech Hibbard, Keith - Drexel Hickok, Roy - Clerk, Binghamton Plaza Hilton, Richard - Penn State Hitchcock, Grace - Mrs. Robert Myers, Birchardville Holtslander, Roger - at home Jackson, Daisy - Secretary, Binghamton, N.Y. Jenkins, Harold - Barrington College Jenner, Peggy - Beauty Culture School Jerauld, Duane - U.S. Army Jerauld, Gary - U.S, Army Johnson, Martin - Bevan's Garage, Susquehanna Kane, Robert - Delhi Institute Kelch, Thomas - U. S. Army Kennedy, Roger -Oregon State Kurosky, Thomas - University of Scranton Landon, Carol - West Chester State College Lee, Donna - Babysitting at Rozells' Lee, Karen - Mansfield State College Little, Robert - U.S. Air Force Luce, Fred - Lumbering Luce, Robert - Williamsport Tech Mahon, Kathleen - Marywood College M'ann, Anita - traveling magazine saleswoman Martin, Marvin - Endicott Johnson, Binghamton McLaughlin, Catherine - West Chester State College Mead, Joyce - Wilson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing Miller, Helen - Housewife, South Montrose Dairy Bar Norville, Leonard - Bloomsburg State College Nowik, Edward - I, B,M. Nye, Charles - Vamco Machine Shop, Endicott Oleniacz, Charles - at home Oliver, Thomas - Broome Tech Parke, Daniel - Lock Haven State College Pease, William - Mansfield State College Peters, Steven - Brookshire QMass.J Jr. College Reid, Edward - Employee, Montrose Borough Reynolds, Lucille - Mrs. Albert Wilbur, New Milford Rifenbury, Donald - Hallstead Foundry Roe, Sylvestal - Sheet Metal Worker, B. G. Olsen fCompanyQ, Richmond, Virginia Rosecrans, Charles - l,B,M. Ryan, Joseph - Acme Store, Montrose Rynearson, Kenneth - Printer's Apprentice in Binghamton Schooley, William - Penn State Shelp, Richard - U.S. Marines, South Carolina Shepherd, Jean - Robert Packer Hospital School of Nursing Singer, Lois - at home Small, Selden - Barber School, Scranton Stone, Dorothy - FBI, Washington, D.C. Summers, Sally - Hartwick College Thomas, Lewis - Goldey Beacom Tilley, Rodrica - Exchange Student to Australia fMoore Ins.J Travis, Judy - Montrose Department Store, housewife Vosh, Edward - Watchtower Bible School Walters, James - Metal Worker, Binghamton Ward, Lynn - Naval Reserves Warner, Edward - Endicott Johnson Webster, Larry - U.S. Marines Wellman, Raymond - U.S. Army Whipple, Richard - l,B,M. Wilbur, Marilyn - Broome Tech Wilcox, Joyce - Lock Haven State College Yeomans, Clyde - Endicott Johnson Yeomans, Gerald - Welder Youngs, Gary - Lock Haven State College , NSS N . GAR DNF R GMICHMETZ UNDERCLASS MEN J U IOR GIRLS s 1 I gf ROW 1 - I. Hitchcock, K. Barber, M. Ballog, P. Birtch, J. Raynor, I. Fiore, A. Snyder, M. Thomen, I. Dillon, H. Buckley, S. Mann, B. Singer, R. Finch, L. Holbert, E. Corbin ROW 2 - L. Singer. B. Shimer, D. Cady. B. Ormsby, S. Henry, I. DePue, P. Rosendale, T. Canfield, L. Kirk, B. Cook, S. Nagy, I. Burrowes, B. Sivers, P. Goff, E. Vosh ROW 3 - C. Wood, I. Kent, A. Maskaly, K. Darrow, N. lngrahm, S. Hollister, G. Hindrnan, J. Rafferty, I. Stanis, C. Little, P. MacNea1, A. Ellsworth. E. Morrison ROW 4 - A. Pascoe, E. Cox, B. Wood, J. Wells, S. Spisak, P. Sheffler, S. Caterson, L. Myers, N. Heg- gelke. J. DePue, I. Worrell, S. Beasley, D. Luce Dillon, Vice President Beasley, Girl's Treasurer Perkins, President Fiore, Secretary Bennett, Boy's Treasurer JU IOR BOYS s E E , , a , E 5 ROW 1 - R. Bush, D. Hughes, K. Scott, D. Ely, R. Arnold, W. Strein, A. Bennett, E. Woodruff, K. Rauch, I- Smith, L. Gardner, W. DeLong ROW 2 - C. Hilkert, A. Bennett, J. Roe, D. Yoder, T. Rose vear, B. Parke, L. Patrick, R. Griffis, R. Hibbard, W. Davies, J. Mahon, R. Toro, W. McMahon ROW 3 - R. Warner, S. Bennett, R. Luce, P. Porter, S. Rafferty, C. Perkins, M. Henry, W. Fisher, R. Stone, D. Gray, D. Overfield ROW 4 - R. Roe, C. Reimel, R. Brand, R. Hopper, R. Lathrop, R. Snyder, H. Stockholm, W. Darrow, I. Knight, R. Chilson, M. Satu, I. Wilcox ROW 5 - P. Donovan, J. Poniatow- ski, S. Merrill, M. Balash, R. Powell, R. Jones, B. Wheaton, L. Sprout, T. Silvers, R. Ainey, R. Reed E A 4 I' . nr v- ., pu M, K .. .r .. M ,-X ,--"" .'r . ' fo- ,-. . Earl 'f f 'iff' ' X. Qfl' .. , , 1 5' 5-, .1 L'-' p 1 7 1-V . I si .,--W'-K--. I1 49 SOPHOMORE GIRL ROW 1 - B. Jones. L. Felton, M. Bucksbee, B. Kingsley, T. Lewis, M. Struble, J. Passmore ROW 2 - N. Roberts, N. Watkins, L. Allen, S. Wilbur, L. Ballog, S. Thomas, L. Kelley, D. Dimon, J. Travis, D. Dyer, F. Davison ROW 3 - S. Mudry, B. Sickler, C. Henry, L. Shepherd, P. Thompson, B. Tiffany, I. Luce, L. Henry, S. Osburn, L. Henry, F. Bucksbee, M. Herne, J. Gardner ROW 4 - D. Tator, S. Brace, I. Steele, D. Kirk, B. Catlin, S. Donahue, S. Snyder, V. VanGorder, E. I ac kson ROW 5 - S. Rosa, K. Kane, A. Kelley, P. Wood, J. Gesford, L. Mead, C. Oliver, J. Hiney, S. Squier, K. Tucker, C. Bailey. I. Bush, G. Bertsch Bailey, President Fish. Vice President Henry, Secretary Smith, Boys' Treasurer Roberts, Girls' Treasurer SOPHOMORE BOYS ROW 1 - I. Snell, S. Finch, T. Struble, J. Yeager, F. Slater, D. Cronk, W. Pratt, D. Breese, M. Kasten R. Bennett, K. Snyder, C. Stanis ROW 2 - J. Brearley, W. Ochse, D. Calby, C. Rozelle, R. Fitch, B. Foote, M. Small, D. Meade, T. Johnson, M. Smith, D. Groover, T. Steele, I. Grick ROW 3 - J. Hayes, L. Birchard, A. Gesford, J. Smith, C. Arnold, T. Skinner, R. Zahora, E. Yonkin, C. Kveragas, S. Bowen, L. Hollenbeck ROW 4 - F. Lutz, T. Herrala, G. Leonard, P. Ely, D. Travis, R. Maynard, M. Nowik, W. Fletcher, I. Stevens, T, Rudock, C. Taylor, D. Singer ROW 5 -J. Reimel, D. Fish, W. Grickl, G. Albeck, L. Hawley, D. Hall, G. Day, R. Hilton, R. Jordon. I. Donlin. W. Ball, W. Bergman "The Kid" QQ W-...,,,-N FRESHMAN GIRL ROW 1 ROW 2 K. ROW 3 ROW 4 K. ROW 5 G1 - C, Overfield, B. Ward, K. Mead, I. Wilder, L. Andrews, S. Thomen, B. Luce, I Brunges M. Cronk, C. Smith - N. Goff, L. Overfield, D. Smith, S. Lewis, M. Palmer, L. Hunsinger, M. Grace A Balash Shelp, D. Yoder, A. Pratt, D. Little, G.,Demarest - E. Ely, M. Morrison, K. Casterline, B. Olin, C. McLaughlin, L. Snell, S. Perry, L King K Mead, C. Robertson, S. Conklin, K. Anderson - M. Chilson, S. Rosencrans, C. Frisbie, S. Arnold, C. Luce, E. Darrah, L. Williams B Bennett Vickers, K. Barnhart, C. Lake, K. Chesko - E. Ayres, J. Egli, D. Hinchcliffe, J. Evans, L. Coletti, K. Kielceski, M. Cox, S Mitchell M eason, D. Wells, R. Osburn, S. Bolles Prebula, President Olin, Vice President Yankay, Boy's Treasurer Arnold, Girl's Treasurer McLaughlin, Secretary FRESHMAN BOYS ROW 1 - D. Manherz Wood, W. McMullin Powell, T. Washburn F. Shimer, C. Henry, I. Hayes, K. Roe, R. T. Cady, R. Fancher W T ritt, D. Kurosky, T. , R. Brennan, A. Henry, J. Jones, R. Hitchcock, J. Tator, S. Coon, J. Cantone, F. , J. Yankay, A. Bertsch, R. Hobbs, R. Groover, T. Gorski. D. Rose ROW 2 - D. , T. Travis, F. Foote, R. Brewster, D. Rudock, I. Davis, F. Bergrnan, D. Holbrook K. Bucksbee, A. Luce, A. Singer, T. Wickizer ROW 3 -D. Clough, W. Kohnke, Phillips, D. Kelly. W. Rhinevault, W. Lenox, I. Arnold, T. Fadden, M. Ferris, ROW 4 - R. Henry, M. Calby, R. Rosenkrans, S. Cudo, W. Olszewski, P. Douglas. . Zalewski, G. Arbosheski, D. Caterson, I. Prebula, G. Sterling, D. Vandenburgh, F. Arnold ROW 5 - . Benio, C. Moomey, D. Canfield, R. Caterson, R. Clapper, L. Beasley, R. Donovan, C. Kail, R. Eve Donlin, R. Stockholm -L.. 1 I as "Did you say all that for tomorrow?" "According to my calculations . . 'You won't laugh when you see the test. in "Who cares who built the pyramids Learning to do the Bunny Hop? My dog is Spot. See Spot run. 0551 leo N. GARDNER ' G.M1Cr-IALETZ Q ACTIVITIES .5-1...-. . 57. , 1, 'HT-eq.-ff.vty1.pgQ5d,-.IM -3 W up L fi.. , 1 wr mf Q. '1 .fl K ii Y, I: ,J i Q-L 'W' . - ,f, 5 ,va 3 .M A, E ,. ,W LA ffm A -. . -, N 1, , 9 , ' X"5z,4'f'J fmmui . fkffwf' 3 ,Ml,1a'x,C' , . x , Y V W 7 1 I ' Ja 'f 1 A -10" ,f ,L , ff!! 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Jordon ROW 3 - K. Novitske, C. Catlin. D. DeWitt, R. Howell, C. Groover S. Onysko. C. Sivers, Advisor: Mrs. Hinds, Absent: Mr. Yeager -,.,. 'F .,,,,J. 5,3 LIFE SITTING - D. DeWitt, K. Oakes, S. Onysko, C. Groover, C. Catlin, A. Pearson, L. Mc Cormack, C. Sivers, T. Rosevear, R. McKeage, B. Blaisure, S. Holbert, L. Birchard, P. Kane, S. Hawley STANDING - E. Ely, K. Casterline, M. Grace, D. Kelly. F. Earle, W McMu11in, G. Yankay, I. Yankay, R. Fancher, L. Kirk, M.Jerau1d, M. Thomen, S. Perry D. Yoder My AN ix W , . s l " 'f 1. ' W V 59 E IOR BAN ROW 1 - N. Gardner, R. Finch, D. DeWitt, S. Caterson, E. Stanis, A. Carney, S. Wilbur. C. McLaughlin, C. Tucker ROW 2 - S. Wood, S. Squier, C. Wood, C. Green, J. Egli, S. Bowen, C. Frisbie, W. Strein, R. Stockholm, R. Howell, I. Fiore, B. Wood, M. Cox, R. Brewster, K. Mead, D. Kurosky, D. Powell, R. Cronk, S. Hollister ROW 3 - C. Perkins, M. Morrison, J. Yeager, R. Smith, R. Hopper, D. Overfield, J. Wilcox, L. O'Reilly, D. Vandenburg, D. DeWitt, S. Beasley, G. Day, J. Prebula. C. Rozell, K. Kielceski, C. Sivers, N. Roberts, C. Henry, K. Koeb, R. Hibbard ROW 4 - F. Slater, G. Hubbard, N. Ingraham, R. Donovan, R. Snyder, B. Wheaton, G. Barnhart STANDING - Mr. Anderson Qconductorj, M. Bennett, B. Watson, D. Ely. R. Powell, G. Leonard, ABSENT - D. Bunnell .41 I TERMED IATE BAN ROW 1 - I. Griffin, M. Gleason, J. Evans, W. Lenox, I. Hayes, L. Mead, J. Travis, J. Wilder S. Arnold, I. Luce, S. Perry ROW 2 -I. Arnold, I. Cantone, F. Wood, S. Bolles, L. King, D. Hinchcliff, L. Snell, S. Mitchell, L., Overfield, E. Ely, M. Kasten, A. Gesford, T. Skinner, W. Olszewski, W. Rhinevault ROW 3 - B. Cook, P. Birtch, J. Passmore, N. Watkins, L. Col- etti, T. Travis, M. Srnall, Mr. Anderson, G. Albeck ROW 4 - M. Ferris, R. Henry, D. Hol- brook, J. Stevens, R. Fancher, L. Beasley, M. Nowik, P. Ely K' zggiff .Nqax 1 51" CONCERT CHOIR ROW 1 - K. Darrow, M. Crowley, G. Snyder, N. Ingraham, C. Wilbur, B. Olin, M. Miller, L. Hartbauer, V. Bertsch, L. Henry, N. Roberts. J. Dillon. H. Buckley, S. Wilbur, K. Koeb, C. Mc- Laughlin, J. Fiore, D. DeWitt ROW 2 - C. Bailey, S. Hollister, J. Thrasher, K. Vickers, G. Hind- man, S. Beasley, N. Gardner, N. Taylor, E. Ayres. I. Olin, C. Luce. K. Novitske, M. Moger, P. Karveller, K. Casterline, M. Morrison ROW 3 - C. Tucker, E. Cox, I. Wells, S. Caterson, W. Lenox, D. Vandenburgh, G. Leonard, D. Caterson, P. Ely, I. Prebula, D. Ely, S. Bowen, S. Squier A. Pascoe, K. Oakes, S. Rosa ROW 4 - D. Fish, D. Canfield. L. O'Reil1y, G. Arnold. R. Smith, L. Patrick, R. Hilton, R. Lathrop, D. DeWitt, C. Reimel, C. Perkins, B. Lutz, T. Herrala, R. Stock- holm. T. Rosevear, R. Toro, K. Roe ROW 5 - A. Reimel, R. Zahora, G. Hubbard, S. Merrill. B. Crawford, S. Lathrop, J. Watson. R. Powell, R. Jones, R. Cronk, R. Donovan, P. Donovan. R. Sny- der, R. Roe, G. Yankay, J. Reimel GIRL 9 GLEE CLUB ROW lg C. Catlin, D. Yoder, J. Raynor, L. Binde, E. Ely, K. Chesko, M. E. Grace, A. Snyder, L. King, Holbert, B. Tiffany ROW 2: J. Egli, N. Heed, B. Blaisure, C. Groover, P. MacNeil, D. Wells, M. Jordan, P. Kane, K. Kielceski, C. Green, S. Spisak, S. Bolles, A. Kelly, L. Birchard ROW 3: J. Wilder, S. Henry, C. Frisbie, E. Morrison, I. Sterling, K. Shelp, C. Henry, A. Balash S. Thomas, S. Sheen, K. Barber, B. Jones, L. Holbert ROW 4: P. Rosendale, C. Clink, S. Snyder, B. Shimer, L. Overfield, J. Bush, C. Smith, S. Dona hue, M. Cox, K. Kane, J. Robertson, A. Ellsworth, C. Lake, P. Winans, C. Little BOYS' GLEE CLUB ROW 1: J. Yeager, R. Luce, K. Ayres, R. Caterson, D. Kurosky, M. Sato, R. Ireland, G. Day, P. Douglas, J. Donlin, D. Travis, R. Hobbs ROW 2: J. Jones, W. McMullin, T. Struble, J. Yankay, W. Binde, W. Thinevault, J. Hayes, A. Gesford, J. Travis, T. Fadden, C. Stanis, A. Bertsch ROW 3: C. Moomey, T. Skinner, J. Linaberry, G. Barnhart, J. Wilcox, T. Donlin, W. Fletcher, M. Hickock, D. Groover, M. Smith, D. Kelly RT A class in ceramics Projects in papier mache Ceramics display DOUBLE OCTET WOODWIND QUINTET BRASS ENSEMBLE DISTRICT CHORUS MEMBERS DISTRICT BAN D MEMBERS E IOR TRI-HI-Y ROW 1--S, Sheen, C. Groover, K. Oakes, Mrs. Ely, J. Fiore, S. Hawley, A. Mead, ROW 2--L. Holbert, C. Sivers, L. Binde, K. Koeb, D. Tator, S. Wood, S. Davis, J. Renor, C. Wood, ROW 3--P, Kane, B. Blaisure, S. Holbert, L. Kirk, A. Pearson, B. Sivers, J. DePue, B. Ormsby, J. DePue, C. Onysko, ROW 4--N. Taylor, L. Birchard, J. Wells, J. Worrell, S. Manherz, J. Olin, C. Henry, P. McNeil, C. Little, S. Beasley JU ICR TRI-HI-Y ROW I--C. Smith, B. Kingsley, C. Tucker, J. Passmore, M. Miller, E. Ayres, S. Snyder, M. Herne, L, Allen, ROW 2--J. Lindsley, L. Snell, C. McLaughlin, M. Grace, A. Balash, S. Thomas, M, Morrison, B. Olin, K. Casterline, ROW 3--C. Frisbie, C. Luce, S. Perry, N. Watkins, L. King, N. Goff, K. Vickers, S, Arnold, C. Lake, S. Rosecrans, ROW 4--A. Maynard, K. Overfield, S. Mudrey, D, Tator, P. Wood, S. Mitchell, J. Egli, E. Darrah, S. Donahue, J. Wilder, ROW 5--M. Cox, J. Mead, S. Squier, L, 66 Coletti, J, Evans, STANDING--K. Sterling, L. Overfield HI-Y ROW l ROW 2 ROW 3 --R, Hobbs, W. Davies, D. Fish, W. Fletcher, T. Struble --F, Wood, 'I'. Travis, J. Mahon, R. Hibbard, D. Hughes, F. Shimer --R. Kunkle, J. Hayes, H, Rosencrans, D. Bunnell ROW 4--L. Sprout, R. Brand, G, Michaletz, P. Kelly STUDE T COUNCIL ROW 1--L, Wildoner, B, Ward, N. McHale, K. Kobe, J. Arnold, B. Tiffany, M. Shimer T Travis L. Henry, V, Hollister, L. Bowen, ROW 2--L. Meyers, L. Mclieage, B. Shirner, R. Wootton M Ferris, E. Cox, J. Egli, J, Robertson, S. Donahue, L, Hartbauer, J, Smith, ROW 3--D, Ely W Davies, R. Hopper, R. Donovan, A, Reimel, G. Arnold, L, O'Reilly, J. Reimel, A, Gorski R Bennett ROW 1--Mrs. Chamberlain, J. Robertson, C. Wilbur, K, Edwards, T. Bush, L. Reid, E, Jackson, Mrs, Watkins, ROW 2--T. Lewis, M. Struble, S. Sackett, E. Corbin, L, Singer, I, Hitchcock, L. Andrews, ROW 3--S. Fassett, S. Conklin, L. Kelly, B. Robertson, J, Steele, P. Goff, S. Lewis, C. Robertson, ROW 4--J. Griffin, F. Henry, S. Brace, B. Bennett, S. Bowles, M. Robertson, J. Rafferty, P, Arnold, B. Sickler, M. Wood F.F.A. SITTING--L. Birchard, L. Hawley, W. Bergman, C. Arnold, K, Mead, W. Smith, T. Foster, ROW 2--T. Wickizer, R. Brennan, J. Davis,M. Bennett, J, Smith, F. Burgman, J. Snell, R. Hitchcock, L. Gardner, R, Fancher, ROW 3--R. Fitch, J, Luce, R, Phillips, R. Bennett, J, Washburn, M. Hickock, E. Yonkins, R. Arnold, D. Clough, ROW 4--D. Yoder, A. Bennett, R. Bush, B. Foote, W. Darrow, I. Johnson, I. Knight, R. Everitt, Mr. Ellsworth METEORS MICHA 'ETZ '54 vga! S, if W NL "7F'i37" N 3 W0 W mw- PORTS V RSITY BASKETBALL ROW 1 - R, Snyder, A, Rcimcl, B, WIICSIILJII, G. Dayton, B, Crawford, G. Hubbard ROW 2 - Mr. Bernosky. J. Mahon, W. Grick, C. Reimel, R, Inrhrop, J, Reimcl, G Yankay, K, Ayres, G, Iconurd BURTON CRAWFORD A LAN REIMEL GA RY DA YTON COACH SIMON BERNOSKY GEORGE HUBBARD Yfbfm 4? fx ff? QE? 'C V? ff: JAY REIMEL GEORGE YA NKAY T? 'fi Zen I 7 I CHEERLEADER Left to Right - L. Henry, M. Crowley, C. Catlin, S. Peters, K. Novitske, J, Oleniacz, V. Bertsch, S. Rosa Absent: Nancy Brace ROW 1 - D. Dora, M. Morrison J. Evans, A. Balash ROW 2 - A. Bowen, N. McHa1e C. McLaughlin, L, Bowen ROW 1 - J. Donlin, D. Canfield, R. Kurosky, R. Brand, R. Lathrop, R. Donovan, P, Douglas, R Caterson, R. Hilton ROW 2 -I. Yankay, A. Gesford, G. Arbosheski, R. Rosencrans, P, Ely, M. Calby, D. Caterson, T. Herrala, T, Johnson, D. Fish L INTRAMURAL SPORTS FOOTBA LL BASKETBALL GIRLS ' S PORTS WRESTLI- ROW 1 -J, Smith, W, McMu11in, K. Rauch, W, Binde, M, Hickok, R. Stockholm D. Bunnell ROW 2 - Mr, Stonc, E, Gleason, K, Scott, S, Bennett, R. Sorenson, F, Brown, K. Oakes, Mr, Williams ROW 1 - R, Fanchcr, W, McMul1in, T, Fatldcn, W, Icnox ROW 2 - Mr, Stone, R, Zahora, R, Stockholm, W, Kolxnkc, C, Arnold, Mr, Williams B SEBALL ROW 1 - R, Snyder, G. Yankay, A, Reimel, B. Crawford, R. Lathrop, J. Reimel, D. Canfield ROW 2 - Mr. Kruczek, L. O'Rei11y, T. Benio, T. Johnson, W. Grick, M. Calby, D. Oliver GOLF R 4 fs Y 'N N R, Hopper, R. Snyder, R. Lathrop, I. Mahon, C. Kail, J. Prebula, Mr. Evans Our class is especially proud of an honor given one of our members, Stephen Lathrop. On the basis of school record, science interest, and essay competition, Steve was selected by the Pennsylvania Electric Company to represent the high school students in the Northeastern Division at the National Youth Conference held in Chicago November 4-7. Accompanied by his science teacher, Mr. Roush, Steve was flown Chicago Hotel, The days were filled with stimulating lectures and discussion groups on such topics as genetics, modern physics, mathematics, nuclear chemistry, and the modern application of atomic power. Among the able speakers were two Nobel Prize winners, one of whom is the present chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. Many other renowned scientists were also present. Before returning home, Steve and Mr. Roush were privileged to tour the Argonne National Laboratories and the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Both feel the whole experience a very enriching one, Clownish Capers llad cleats: now travel lightly. . 'but he can't find his keys' . via United Airlines to the conference, headquarters being the Sheraton- ff' ,, -,. pw M, 'M-Qw""W""' 'Aw 34411 iii' 55'-M -may 2-as 'V' s if Mn xv, 5 f Q 2 V rx. ',f PATRONS We wish to thank our patrons for helping to make this book possible. Dr. A. E. Adams, D.O. 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