Morris High School - Morrisonian Yearbook (Morrisdale, PA)

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She has won our friendship and respect because of her efficient and courteous manner. So, we' take this opportunity to express our deep appreciation and gratitude tor her part in preparing us for the great role exoected of us as future citizens of America. "Gratitude is the heart's memory." vi. Yi -. f ' x g V3.2 -. ,Q , ,zu A A 1 1 -f' f. K ,. ,..y V, ff -5? -P Q - 1 1 -,L w , w - ,za ', , ml ,,5?1,' '11 , a X M '4 ' 1 'A' N' LL 3 ,, , r., . A . + .. M! , tx r -- 4' 'QV' .1 , ."v,,v"4: 'f .' :fb :HJ .gg ,1 ' I 'lf w-vi ' '. ku. Punt, - . , 'if - w 3-' Q1 my l X 5' 4 If ' ' Q QQ . ,.,i . QV' 1. ,ln ., X., J, ,T , 1 Tre: '-51' ' HTG' f f " " fi? Gi 'I '93 5 if - , -5 Q w I' Q Q -.qua 55, , 1- ui n 5 5311, il 1 yn 'jf-.L sw ,H yt U , JR 5, 'M V 1.-':m..fr v 4 121 ,P . Af ,gvfm 9 aft., T 1? ..?fG"'2v,2 . "' fr: ,- J ' '- w4":4,E:,w-y.f-15: e- . 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Strittmatter "All right now, boys." "Oh, my gosh! I" Music Chorus Home Economics Joseph Monseuir Laura M. Ward "As you were! I" "Men are an expensive luxury! I" Latin I, Hg French I, II5 History Typing I. U3 Bookkeepingg Shorthand I Hg English I Hg General Business .TQ x ,W 1, ,xg -,nm 4 ., V.. ., ,WM Q x J . .gk I x , M 1. , - L A -, A , 1 ! 1 fm ,,,, ,MY , - I ean Kizina Art Grace McClelland Jean Kalina School Nurse Secretary L l 11 I 1 1 if 1 .. .. A,,. 1x ,f.",.3! .1 FEJQ' X . 7' -. 13.311 F - 1 ...rg , k ar .' ,Ji X. 1:1 A ggi' ' 1, x 1- .1" ' gg fn 'Egg' 1 ' Q .3 1' ' Him: 11'-1 f 5. -: 'fl 'g . 1:5 5.5.1 f1--- 1. V V1-J 4 QQ" 3. ' .. K. ,f.5,1, pu 'f1 - ' X r . 5551" 1, 'Fi " - ' 1 A 51 ' 11 .Wa , . ' 'I gi - , ' 1 41 . - 7111: ' 1 5 .. 1.1, ,' I-1,j . ., '. ' . i F551 .1 E4 fi . L . A aw Q snag H M 1 . Mk 1 i , 2,1 . .- it . 1. . . 1 .,,,, 1 , g 2, . :IEW 2 ,ff ' 1.51251 . ' ' Q'3':-T' 1' 7' T' '1"fgH9 ,. Wifi Av., ' 2. 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The sun was shining, the flowers were blooming, and the birds were singing as some Freshmen entered the halls of the distinguished Klnard University, which was to be our home for the next four years. What confusion there was that first week! We went to the wrong class at the wrong time, left our books straying behind, and forgot where our home room was. By the end of that week we were all ready to give up in dispair. Was this what others had called an enjoyable school atmosphere? Well, it soon became one. In no time at all we learned a few short cuts and were acting like old veterans. We could even play the "innocent Freshman" when t rouble was brewing and the teachers came around. By now we were well enough acquainted to elect class officers which were: President, Frank Shannong Vice-President, Mike B aro nakg Secretary, Mary Hummelg and Treasurer, Alva Swales. The hlghllght of the year was that dreaded Initiation P a rty given by the Sophomores. But we stlll enjoyed lt and ln showing our appreciation gave them a Return Party. Other actlvltles included skatlng parties and our c las s play "The Awkward Pause" under the co-direction of Mrs. Skelton and Miss Kucharskl, our class advisors. Just when we were beglnnlng to enjoy things, final exams appeared and then report cards! I I I Vacation soon came to a close and we came back to the university, only this time as "Sophisticated Sophomores. " Immediately we elected class officers as follows: President, Frank Shannon 5 Vice-Pre ldent, Mike Baronakg Secretary, Leroy Gresllckg and Treasurer, Alva Swales. The boys surely stuffed the ballot box this year!! Class activities consisted of members being elected to the newspaper staff, a few glrls' basketball games, and our class play "Desperate Ambrose" under the co- dlrectlon of Mr . kelton and Miss Kucharskl. As "Jolly Juniors" we really flt the description. At our flrst class meeting we elected Jean Hanyak as President, Ida Mae Roberts, Vice-President, Theresa Wesesky, Secretary, and Mary Hummel, Treasurer. Now we see where the weaker sex took over this yearl ll The year was very successful. Highlighting it were the Junior-Senior Prom held at the Phlllp burg Country Club and, of course, our annual class play. This time lt was "A Stranger ln the Night" under the co-direction of Mrs. Skelton and Miss Smith, our class advisors. Topping off the schedule was the exciting Washing- ton trip. . , ' ,zX.f1',Ia .w , k J L 1 ,v 1 1 .gpg .,L, 1 2 W N v Ve 9. 511 iQY'fqe :-- 2, REQ: V' n ,.n. , . i f Finals rolled around again and during vacation we all looked forward to our Senior year. September found a bunch of gay Seniors roaming the halls. This was our last year of high school and for the last time we elected class officers. They were: Frank Shannon, President, Jean Hanyak, Vice-President, Theresa Wesesky, Secre- tary, and Maxine Fetcenko, Treasurer. This year we found ourselves in the capable hands of Mr. Larson, who is well experienced in graduating seniors. Our class play "Three Cheers for Western"under Mr. Larson's direction was a great success. In fact, it was the most successful we had. Before long we were busy as bees ordering name cards, penants, announce- ments, and hats as well as getting our pictures taken. We decided to have a printed yearbook bound at the company and worked like beavers in order to raise enough money to do so. Time is flying by and graduation is slowly creeping up on us. Although we may not show it, we really regret leaving this remote school of learning located in central Pennsylvania on the summit of the Alleghenies. It has become very dear to us, and we will look forward to coming back in 1955 for the Reunion. By the way, if you haven't guessed by 'now the famous Klnard University is none other than dear old M. T. H. S. , our Alma Mater. -5' f +5 f p Hd .- ja. - ,m-,- is . A -vw 6' . M X .. :?F.."5P. ' 1 .1413 ' 1 1 X . 1 ,X .- , fo '4 s 4152431 ' 4 ,f wfx " - w, I 1 , W 1 ,ag 4,9 ,ay 19 if ' Gerald Albert Jane Bone Gerry General A quiet companion Michael Baronak "Mike" General When it comes to football, he is always at his best. Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball Man age r 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club Pr esident 4, Varsity Club Vice-President 2,35 C la s s Vi c e -President 1, 2. Paul Batcho "Elmer" General I'm golng to tell E insteln a few things. Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Varsity Club 2, 3,43 Annual. "Satch" General She hasn'ta care in the world. Class Play 1, 2. Carl Catherine "Babs" General A Merry heart draws many friends. Football Manager l,3,4g Basketball 1' , 2 , 3 , 43 Varsity C lub 3, 4g Class Play 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. 7'-N 'J it K, ' 4' ,X I El , ll .W -4 A-, , ' .44--1-ia K A VE" V 9998 .vi 'Biz Wk .H Mai, , ,.., r , Q. , .. B - v ff, ,Ls V1 , , - dh H1 '+- K 25. 'LJ 9. if "f L 9 .I Vg , - :eng wqrm - ' EWL 4 -ga : , ' 9 n y E my 1 , Q IW' Maxine Fetc enko "Max" General Five foot two, eyes of blue, but oh, what those five feet can dol ll Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4g Mari- mbas 1, 2, 3, 4, Class play 1, 3,43 Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Class Treasurer 4, Newspaper staff 3,4g 0peretta.2g Annual. Jean anyak "Jeannie" C ommerc ial She's as good as gold. Class play 2, 3, 4gClass Presi- dent 3gClass Vice-President 4, Newspaper Staff 3,43 Annual. K. ,rv if Leroy Greslick "Leroy" General Always willing to lend a hand. Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Class play 1, 2, 3, Class Secretary 2. n' E 'Y Civ, " Arlene Green "Torch" Commercial They don't come any whittier. Class play 2, 4, Chorus 1, 2,'4: Marimbas 1, 2, 3,43 Operetta 2, Annual. Mary Hoffner "Mary" Commercial I'm here even if I don't tell anyone!! if is 75 vs. L fl A we .f 1, wax 1 ,1 1 x Robert Hoover "Bob" Academic Bashful, shy, and blushes easy. William Hummel "Will" General Life is easy, smooth and slow, Mary Hummel -'Mary" Commercial Her smiles are made of 'sun- shine. Chorus 1, 2gC1ass Secretary lg Class Treasurer 3, Newspaper 3, 4, Annual Nicholas Hurtack do what comes and let the rest Hgh-sh-v Gene,-al 80- SNTIGY Hummel Love me not my car. Football 2g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 "Shirley" Commercial Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Eyes of blue, smile so bright, 2, 3, 43 Amma1, hear her yell, Fight team, fight" ? ? Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4g C h o rus 2, 4, Operetta 2. ":" ' ?I1?5e.1f-"1 k rn , .1- ,L . if 351, qw-L -- Hia . . 41.5.-' f' w ag ,W ' K r me Af, 4 . v, f""' 1- ,if W 25:1 L- ,,f,,-f J: ,J ,kzfifgf 65? fa ..f.- N. .-fy -f..' 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Football 1 ,2,3,4g Basketball 1. 2g Class Play 23 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Annual. Rebecca Maguire "Becky" General Thoughtfulness is the essence of friendship. Class 2, 3, 45 Marimbas 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1,2,3,4g Operetta 23 Amlual. 4.74. , ,Q 41 I 1 'WK , agewgf- we 4 - . Xa, - -L--' 1 f . filfw. ,, .5 , .. 31:5 4 w Q A Y F .gain , , vi' , 4 ,EV .ku I 3? ffl' . e 315.371 2 2 r , 1 f 1 E+' .. W,-,,,,g,Jw W --51,1-ya' Wa- J? ' Mf-ff 4?-flfv 4 . .,,.,, WA, ki 1. f: -,Af .- in w E.,,,,,Je . W. .ff P' . .. WA. iw-,.-ic? -pr , A , 3, ' mf? qi. ' '!,-9' ly G " J., 'lf , Q , i S--'Wg -f fy , Jw 4-I 4 1 13 +1 .rm k 3, .. ,W . .il -- .Vw 1 ,mum . f U YS 'f,'l.', sf ' ' F , -,,,c' ,fi,f,3, W , ,, g.".1, , r' f' ff." "ETX af, X fn". 5 ffl. ,,i ,,. s 1 '11 Edward McKedy "Petie" General From b e h i n d his quietness h u m o r occasionally shows. .Toan McKedy "Ioan" C ommerc lal A blush- -beautiful, but some- times inconvenient. Chorus 2, 3 , 4g Operetta 25 Newspaper Staff 3, 43 Libra- rian 2, 3, 4, Annual iAssis- tant Editor! T Elizabeth Medzie "Betty" General She's a friend to everyone. Class Play 1 tbl' fs. , 9, by Nicholas Minarich "Nick" General Where he goes, Bob is therell Football 1. Catherine Medzle "Kate' Commercial Although she is small, she has a smile for alll! C las s Play 1, Chorus 2, 45 Operetta 23 Newspaper Staff 3, 45 Annual S V-. Yi ' W ,E Af v .ga 7 -T' Q . v g, .4 . 4. ' 4, 5 2.5 ' 3 '-4 5 . mi .A v -in gg ,, , f '11-.n s ,P 'JL ,l?'.,9, .1 4: ,,, , - Z, ,,,, ,3 -f :,, - , :I " , , r- , .ng -arf, , wif. f ,Linz- F K. -.? V. , is 1 an H ,,:'...'Q '. 6, ,' , F n "IP, X , ux , .Ai Q., ., -.fr ww: ' ..:, W i ,- 4: 1 P' , 'f'::,:"ftJ V 5 mf' ::qax5k',133??i! 'PS ll "Q , -f.i fl w V1 Yi 1 Zf3,iQf1'1EJmi. "Tai .' 51 . M 'jgdgyl fL,.aH.', X '4f'. J 1 ,QL-gg '52 L??'1-Wil' . ' '1' , 51 - ,. - Q V ml! ,xi A, .Milf 4 T-'E v we N1 E, '13, , -ET' K 3 11 . YS fl of rx , LW ,3, 4, ' 4- f' -Ji f 31.31, f- -A ,mf-1 :H .Q- xv' . M: V A -than XY' fs Z is . I, David Mondock I ames Myers "Ducky" General "J im" Commercial lt' s a reat day- it' s payday! I l Quiet, bashfl-11, 21 Hd Sincere- g - Class Play 1, 2, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2. Barbara Pelton "Barb" Commercial A blush with every smile, and a smile with every blush. Annual. rf' lj Mary Pecharko "Mary" Commercial Her sparkle tells you that she is a cheerful companion. Class Play 23 Librarian 4, Football 2, 3. Nancy Richards "Nano" General Work fascinates meg I can sit and watch it for hours. Class Play 2, 4gChorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Marimbas 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual. ...V- , ffl. Q. W, . fu, rg fu V ij' Y -- ,g ,I M2 r Sf? 'FQ j ' 3, .fr X 'E ... War EH vs- 22.2-'-',." -50 ' L ea ' . if .. , " A, 4. ff Big. fel' 5 ' " , if L7 yy, . ,swf , .--.ir X - . I H 9,92 . f K 473 ,J Q , -. -, . ,. 11 ,- H -, 'H-,Q , U L. 'S--,Lim -Q L - X? ffiiyi? ,...:. 1' 1 .,., t ffm -auf! fh gm 1 hfpf " ' . , iff. , am r +' X" L19 "' .UA 1 ug Sf . ,- . 4: mf' -f' , .L Q, Ida Mae Roberts "Idy" Commercial Her mind is here. but her heart is elsewhere. Class Play 1, 2, 3,43 Chorus 2, 3,43 Operetta 2gClass Vice- Presldent 3, Amnual. Ethel Mae Shirokey "Ethel" Commercial She has her head in the clouds! l Class Play 1, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Annual. frank Shannon "Spike" General One way to get ahead and stay ahead is to use a head. Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Var sity William Selepack "Bill" General He isn't shy, it' s just his wayll Basketball Manager 2, 35 Var- sity Club 2, 3. Mary Simm "Sis" Commercial If desks were "Chevrolets", I could sit in one all day!! Club Treasurer 2,3,4g Class Play 1, 3, 4, Class President 1, 2, 43 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual. ff' Y . N"': ,r f. -.1 -1 1 T Y- 1 , ,. Q. . iv, . H . 4+ 1 b ix. P, AQ . 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NN ,-A. 1-1 :' Norma Smeal F,-ed Sotak "Norma" Commercial NF!-itzvv Gene!-31 Caesar was Short, Napvlefm He'llfind a way or make u ll! was short, and I'm not so tall myself!! Alva Swales "Al" General His voice is the outlet for the music in his soul!! Chorus 1, 2,3,4, Operetta 2g Class Play 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Class Treasurer 1, 2, News- paper Staff 2, 3, 43 Annual. Wesley Stevens "Wes" General All six feet, two inches of solid kindness! Chorus 1, 2,3, 45 Operetta 23 Football 1, 2,3, 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 2, 3,45 Sara Stephens "Sarie" General Bubbling ov e r with l au ghter and fun with never a worry for work undone. C ho r us 1, 2, 3, 4, Marlmbas 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 23 Annual. Class Play 1,Z,3,4 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Ann..a1 fEditorQ 3 , I 0 , w R 1" ' . , , , .vi W. Q 4 1 X 1 w' 2 ' I -1 'iz K. ' - ,egygmn T ',. ' A wg' hz' ' 11 " L' ' A is ' 'V 1 . . v 3 far, gf' . . 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Class Play 1, 2, 3. James Trimble "Jim" General To him books are but a dull and endless strife! Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Gr- id" I Albert Tarbay "A1" General When it comes to playing an accordian, Alb e rt' s at his best! ! Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football Manager 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 49 Operetta 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ,!"" Q mm Kathryn Timko "Kathryn" Commercial Calm, cool, and collectedg she is so natural!! ajdvff "Killer" General Robert Urbanski I came, I bluffedg I graduated l ! Football lg Football Manager 2, C hor u s 2g Basketball 2. w-L Y -I A fi J., 2- 'H fri W " W -. ,h g by ,.,, fi! ,V 21, ,ph-71. , WW., V I ' 1 1 ,V 3 .V ...M ,g -g- L' 1--,, 1, fl, -,- tw M ,. , W ' V V .,,.. . f., , i'!s 1 -- J' X 1 at k 1 'f W2 fvua. Q' ' 4: " 'N ., . .rw .41 L .w,., - , . ' A . - m ax, ,311 w.. A x L . A X L. , A X . 1 . 45, A , ' v 1' jj1,L il ' ' f 'E1N'ff- 'f M . "" 4 .Qi 51:-f ? if it. 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'f 15: w ,. -var- CLASS MOTTO We learn not for school, but for life. CLASS COLORS Black and Gold CLASS FLOWER Yellow.Rose CLASS POEM We, the class of '52 United all, we bid adleu. Leaving this betrodden ground Where all our friends can be found. Through the years or work and play Wondering lf we'd merit an "A". Helping others was a pleasure Which we hold as a great pleasure. Studying endlessly to reacn our goal Preparing ourselves for a worthy role. Success and courage were our strife Learning not for school. but llfe. So, as we leave these hallowed halls We say farewell to one and all. Especially to our teachers dear Who strived to teach us throughout the years . .I 4: J i w 4 , . ., --wuz, I ., --1. f. ,T T.. -2. -,,.n,. x I ' Ni " ,..m' 'v y, .a 4, 13 H+ , 3 51 4 . 'gf . ' Q-'ur ki A ,L H , YQ l .gym ' Y X Q '- J ' ' " " 5- ' r A I , f-'v -H , , . A F ' .M ,. .+A ,L 'Qc . . J ' 1 . - . 1 'x - ,, ., . Vg, --WU .4 Q- 1 A- 1 5, ' .9 " . :lm 1 fl-fa A . T - , I -- -. . -1,133 +1 X! 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Fred Sotok Shirley Hummel Mike Baronak Most Intelligent: Theresa Wesesky Most Popular: Frank Shannon Shirley Hummel John Lewis Nicest Personality: Sara Stephens Wesley Stevens Best Dancers: Ida Mae Roberts Alex Kobilarclk Class Flirt: Nancy Richards Charles Traveny Class Gum Chewers: Arlene Jones Nick Hurtack Wittlest: Arlene Green Nicest Smile: Most Original: Typical Senior: Quletest: James Weaver Mary Pecharko James Mvers Nancy Richards Wesley Stevens Betty Medzie David Mondock Kathryn Timkt Gerald Albert 4.2:- , ' 1 ' ,, 1 Lug-ig .4 Hn V -1 E. 1 , ,, ,T , 1 J - ' me , 'Y ' ,,.g. .F'f':, ,nk N V, Q , ,p 415 ,, ,W V , 3 , mp 7 : ' . P 5, wr?-ale-2 1 A W, , 4. 1 ,.4 , , 4- ,X , A' af fg. -xr 51 , ., ., QJQQQ, xe ,liz an 1 ,VII X 1 s 1' 4 an W iF7.f..L x YJ L A 6 A9 Lf L. 5 nw W 2, m 1, Haw H. ln.. QLYJ1 N l .am 3: if-VV. 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V' 3 -. ,,-r :MV "iu'FZ'TW!"'H1 V .1 i1f.fv ,J ' , ,V - n i' .1211 113, z ' ' H .1 fr ' M 'f M- " 'Mm-2-.':f ,5'-e ' rf' when H. , N '!"?f.w1f!f-TF -- '- .- , L -1'-QM' ' X, an -- 1-A is-rp!-.,-. uv- -' .1 Mfg ' 1- '. .-- 'Vw J .1 , 5 '. .,w1, L,- Am,- ' , 'uw ' , i -rf" ' +325-"4 :'. xg ' " "'I' " -' f:f1"'f' Hg'-'JL' 5 A ' 4' ' ' I Li-'f-44 fr nf liflfig '5"2i51"L3 X , L ' W J 3' ,, , Y' -- 7 L,-1 vi 11 .1 Y t I 'HfjQ'gfEf'.iEF?5i' Q PET Gerald Albert ---- Mike Baronak ---- Paul Batcho --- Jane Bone ----- Carl Catherine ----- Maxine ,Fetcenko --- Arlene Green ---- Leroy Greslick ---- Jean Hanyak ----- Mary Hoffner ---- Bob Hoover ---- Mary Hummel ---- Shirley Hummel ---- Bill Hummel ----- Nick Hurtack--- Arlene Jones ---- Alex Kobilarcik ---- Marie Kosut ----- John Lewis ---- Becky Maguire --- Edward McKedy ---- Joan McKedy ------- Catherine Medzie ---- Betty Medzie ------- Nick Minarich ---- David Mondock --- Jim Myers ------- Mary Pecharko ----- Barbara Pelton ----- Nancy , Richards ---- Ida Mae Roberts --- Bill Selepack ------ Frank Shannon ------ Ethel Mae Shirokey ---- -- - Mary Simm --------- Norma Smeal ------ Fred Sotok ----- Sara Stephens ---- Wesley Stevens --- Alva Swales ---- Albert Tarbay --- Kathryn Timko --- Charles Traveny --- Jim Trimble ----- Robert Urbanski ---- Jim Weaver ------ Jack Weaver -------- Theresa Wesesky ---- Martin Zahuranec --- POSSESSIONS His rifle All Star jersey Gold football Bronze horse Plaid shirts Her money bag Earrings Money Borrowed pencils Sewing machine Crew hat Friendship ring Rollerskates His notes Chevrolet Red sweater Mary Letters Ford Pearls Chewing gum Long hair Bob Stuffed animals His car Flashy socks His pick-up truck Black varsity sweater Leather jacket Her turtle QLouieJ Benny Accordion His haircut Expansion bracelet Camera Fountain pen Identification bracelet Piano Art materials His "curls" Harmonica Typewriter Wedding ring Hunting ,license His dog "Jack" Varsity sweater Surplus uniform Load of books His chew v r.r-q nw, L v ' . 1 m M,,,,.w+ 'rf . 5 M 9- 35,4 x .M A, Q . 4- , v, r J, f v ,. -, w f I PET Gerald Albert -- Mike Baronak --- Paul Batcho --- Jane Bone ------ Carl Catherine ---- Maxine Fetcenko --- Arlene Green ----- Leroy Greslick --- Jean Hanyak ---- Mary Hoffner --- Bob Hoover ----- Mary Hummel ----- Shirley Hummel ---- Bill Hummel ------ Nick Hurtack ---- Arlene Jones ---- Alex Koby ---- Marie Kosut ---- John Lewis ----- Becky Maguire ---- Edward McKedy ---- Joan McKedy------ Catherine Medzie - -- Betty Medzie ------ Nick Minarlch ----- David Mondock Jim Myers ------ Mary Pecharko ---- Barbara Pelton ---- Nancy Richards --- Ida Mae Roberts ---- Bill Selepack ----- Frank Shannon ----- Ethel Mae Shirokey Mary Simm -------- Norma Smeal ----- Fred Sotok ---- Sara Stephens ----- Wesley Stevens ---- Alva Swales ---- - Albert Tarbay --- Kathryn Timko ---- Charles Traveny --- Jim Trimble ------ Jack Weaver ---- Jim Weaver ---- Bob Urbanski ------ Theresa Wesesky - -- Martin Zahuranec EXPRESSIONS --- ' u-an ' ann- ' --no ' :ns ' an ' -1- ' sc- ' sn- ' nn- ' --- V nc- ' --- V nn-1' -- ' -1-n ' :suncnnn nano' gang- -asv -un' nu- ' can ' :uc ' ---' rut' nn- ' :nu ' -..- V --- ' -an ' --.. V -use ' -..-V nn- ' 'Maybe" 'It isn't easy" 'Aw heck" 'Ye gads" 'Red Waye" 'Nice" 'Come on now" 'Not so bad" 'What's the difference" 'You' ll be sorry" 'Doggom1it" 'Oh heck" 'Ohl What'1l I do" 'There's none" 'Lend me a pencil" 'How's your 1iver" 'Come here" 'So what" 'Wow" 'Oh you" 'Not so bad" 'That's stupid" 'Oh no you don't" 'Your kidding" 'What's this" 'Oh boy" 'What's this" 'Oh brother" 'I don't care" 'Gee winnigers" 'Well, what do I care" 'My gosh" 'Who'da thunkit" 'Get out of here" --- "Is that so" nun' Sun ' :xc ' us: ' --- V 'Baloney" IHuhIl 'What's lt to you" 'I'll think about lt" 'Hi there" --- "1 mink so" :cs ' -an ' 'Oh no" 'Drop dead" --- "I'll say" "Not much" "You don't say" --- "Boy, if there was any' "I don't know" "Go ahead" r 4 r ' Q ' + iv' ' , U 'rw . ' 5- A f: -91. 5. 1 l ' 5, 3 , ' r Y. , 1 Wu f Q ! k . Q 'V Law-. 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' ' ' ' A' :,,,,w- ' . f 1 ,J , - rf Q ' ,, , ' A- ' Y , ,-ev fx - Mm- 1 :., ..L1.4.fe, 3- FAVDRITE SONGS Gerald Albert ----- - ------------ "Shot Gun Boogie" Mike Baronak ---- -- "Be My Life's Companion" Paul Batcho ---- Jane Bone ------ -- "I Was Born to Wander" -- iishanghaili Carl Catherine --- -- "Tell Me Why" Maxine Fetcenko --- -- "I'm Falling In Love With Someone" Arlene Green ----- -- "Too Young' Leroy Greslick--- -- "Down Yonder" Jean Hanyak ---- Mary Hoffner- - - -- "Maybe You'll Be There "Mockin' Bird Hill" Bob Hooverl ---- -- "Undecided" Mary Hummel ---- -- "I Don't Want To Be Free" Shirley Hummel ---- -- "The Loveliest Night of The Year" Bill Hummel ----- -- "Tell Me Why" Nick Hurtack -- -- "Undecided" Arlene Jones ----- - - "C razy Heart" Alex Kobilarcik ---- -- "Let's Live a Little" Marie Kosut ------ -- "Mr. Moon" John Lewis ----- ---- ' 'The Little White Cloud 'lnat Cried" Becky Maguire --- ---- "Blue Moon" Edward McKedy ---- -- "I Won't Cry Anymore" Joan McKedy ------- -- "Undecided" Catherine Medzie Betty Medzle ------- -- Nick Minarich ---- David Mondock ---- -- "Somebody's Been Beatin' My Time" "lf Tear Drops Were Pennies" -- "Poison Love" Nsinff Jim Myers ------- -- "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way Mary Pecharko Barbara Pelton --- -- "I Can't Help It" --- --- "I Get Ideas" Nancy Richards ----- -- "Stormy Weather" Ida Mae Roberts ---- --- "I'll Hold You In My Heart" Bill Selepack ------- -- "Rainbow Polka" Frank Shannon ------- -- "Shrimp Boats" Ethel Mae Shlrokey ---- -- "The Little White Cloud That Cried" Mary Slmm ----------- ---- ' 'C ha1'main9" Norma Smeal ------ ---- Fred Sotok ------ Sara Stephens ---- "Down Yonder" -- "Just One More Chance" --- "Sin" Wesley Stevens --- --- "Because Of You" Al Swales ------- A1 Tarbay ------ Kathryn Timko --- --- -- "Lonely Little Robin" Charles Traveny Robert Urbanski - J lm Weaver ------ Jack Weaver ------- --- "Without A Song" -- "Poison Love" --- "Cold Cold Heart" - -- "C old Cold Heart" Jim Trimble- ------- --- --- "Poison Love" --- "On Top Of Old Smoky" --- "Sin" ll VI Theresa Wesesky ----- --- Sln Martin Zahuranec ---- --- "Mockin' Bird Hill" -"-1"R-Q'75fIQ- ff' ,ffm F: ,Y , ms: k3aW1:af:i1-F, ' . - -' VY, -A Q f r 1 ' 1 ,.-..-V-QMQ' -1 www Lv f -. ,Mig ..l. 7.155-55.4 -4 'Z L-.,Jfgg3ff",4qff-M , . 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W, 'g:,.-v ", ','Lf:,"N,,,:' '4 U' 1 ' , f f-1 , 16 ' - - H ' I Az 3 W 'HL it , V J M-. --Ny-.1 v,,1- , 1 ,-- ,V ,1- -wx ,V .--'Ng ,L z P -' , 1 'J .QL Jw Gerald Albert ---- Mike Baronak ---- Paul Batcho ---- Jane Bone ------ Carl Catherine ---- Maxine Fetcenko ---- Arlene Green ----- Leroy Greslick ---- Jean Hanyak ---- Mary Hoffner --- Robert Hoover -- Mary Hummel ---- Shirley Hummel --- Bill Hummel ---- Nick Hurtack ---- Arlene Jones --- Alex Kobilarcik --- Marie Kosut ----- John Lewis ------- Becky Maguire ---- Edward McKedy --- Joan McKedy ------ Catherine Medzie ---- Elizabeth Medzie ---- Nicholas Minarich David Nondock ---- James Nyers ---- Mary Pecharko ---- Barbara Pelton ---- Nancy Richards --- Ida Mae Roberts -- William Selepack ---- Frank Shannon ------- Ethel Mae Shlrokey --- Mary Simms --------- Norma Smeal ------ Fred Sotok ----- Sara Stephens ---- Wesley Stevens ---- Alva Swales ------ Albert Tarbay ---- Kathryn Timko ---- Charles Traveny ---- James Trimble ---- Robert Urbanskl -- James Weaver ---- John Weaver ------ Theresa Wesesky ---- Martin Zahuranec IIUBBY --- Tying flies --- Sports -- Keeping a diary --- Collecting pennants --- Milking a cow --- Playing a piano --- Collecting jewelry --- Collecting money --- Watching television ---- Sewing --- Wood working --- Collecting post cards --- Swimming --- Shooting pool --- Riding --- Writing letters ---- J itterbugging --- Writing letters ---- Football ---- Winking at the opposite sex --- Playing cards --- Collectingfinger nail polish --- asking questions --- Stuffing animals --- Hunting and fishing --- Swimming --- Driving his truck --- Reading --- Collecting old-fashioned dishes --- Drawing --- Collecting Valentines --- Playing his accordion --- Running around --- Collecting jewelry --- Meeting people--especially boys --- Collecting salt and pepper shakers --- Sports --- Playing a piano --- Radio --- Singing --- Playing nls accordion --- Reading --- Flirting --- Sports --- Hunting and fishing --- Rearing dogs --- Basketball --- Crocheting --- Hunting and fishing W new 'Y Mfr 5 1 J I v fbgfl ,,.. ,, ku. 'Q x K. . ' g . ,,1,fifi', 9 'Fin-, V, R , . ,wa-A -L . A lt iu I wx J ik L . A 1, 1 'H' 1 , , 1 HM ' j3u,1.::,:a5.-V -3- ' i ' . ., , . WL 'L-, ,A-,f ff , - - . V- N , .qfwr , . - , A 1 k 4 1 M X Q , N - E-f :1-. , w rd, ,I ,J 455, 1 N ilvfiiaw 5 . 4-'Wa' "f7'P'Wi- 'V-"V - H7 Wfffi'a.i'L'15 wafgkgf' - ka' "gy J p gy' ,1 Big '- ig.. .:.,,g2-if-7 ,- Q :Mg K! ,.- :.- V WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Gerry Albert couldn't go hunting. Mike Baronak wasn't a star football player. Paul Batcho would leave girls alone. Jane Bone would wear her glasses. Carl Catherine didn't have his brother's car to run around in. Maxine Fetcenko' s hair would turn black. Arlene Green wouldn't lose her temper. Leroy Greslick couldn't ride to school with Nick. Jean Hanyak couldn't borrow a pencil from Kate. Mary Hoffner would get boy-crazy. Bob Hoover didn't blush. Mary Hummel would suddenly get "sloppy" Shirley Hummel would decide which boy she likes best. Bill Hummel was only 4 ft. Nick Hurtack couldn't bring girls to school every morning. Arlene Jones wasn't allowed to go with boys. Alex Kobilarcik would lose his curly hair. Marie Kosut would give up Ken. John "L" Lewis would only have one girl. Becky Maguire couldn't get chewing gum from Ed McKedy. Ed McKedy didn't have chewing gum to pass out. Joan McKedy would get her hair cut. Catherine Medzie would lose her Shorthand Book. Betty Medzie wasn't always collecting money. Nick Minarich lost his job at Morningstar Bakery. David Monaock would wreck his car. J lm Myers would lose his smile. Mary Pecharko would marry Andy. Barbara Pelton would be allowed to go with Marvin. Nancy Richards didn't have a temper to match her red hair. , U Zil q ,T Q 52 5515 'Hi fmwf 1 , LK YY A A, fmih 15.3 thi? :SN me-W? Q23 A- 'i : , MSA, viifiiikffi' r A nm wat W In Aint Fw ,Q-me ami. A x 1 . ,N V If V , .F uf NA ,,,' X Q' f in .1 ., , ,i -Q my Q ., -V A .- V.- ' 'L H 1? 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Ethel Mae Shirokey didn't wear bangs. Mary Simm would all of a sudden give up boys. Norma Smeal would lose her fountain pen. Fred Sotok couldn't get his dad's car to ride Faith around. Sara Stephens would suddenly become very unfriendly. Wesley Stevens wou1dn't be able to draw and make posters. Alva Swales would just get to school on time once a week. Albert Tarbay would get a "Toni". Kathryn Timko would suddenly become noisy. Charles Traveny would get a "G I" hair cut. Jim Trimble would find the right girl. Robert Urbanski would lose his nickname. I im Weaver wouldn't talk to Ann in the halls at noon time. Jack Weaver would have a pleasant disposition. Theresa Wesesky would suddenly forget everything she has learned Martin Zahruanec would chase girls V K,-f-u ,E I . -5 .V -1 ,R H 11 51, A ' ,Pb 'Tl-wr. .Q . fn ,sw-K Q. 11. ,,. .5-A 1 ,uf fm 111659, 1 hifi Rfk Ki? . . .,i, 1 ' .4 '? ,, F--1 ilu A . 1. . 2: .'.- " fu-3 -' . , ,-.V f ' J' + ,i'-,iggggxf ' i ,I Q5 ivgif- -Is, mg N. 71 .M .A ., . .., X ' -f "fix f' nw X T.. 12 .. 1 1 .f -I - Q.. .v N W -,LI ' 1 1 .11. 1, -. , f 1 J W v ,1, .11 .1 . 1.776 ,Q , ' S., ,Q 1 V. 11,-.. 4 . - 1 . 1 1 -1 1.1 -1' A-'a L. 1 1 . . W M5 KW 'W v1 ga, Ml 'Q' xg?,M13g?'fY ff Q nv M S f deff-153 1 '11 ' 5 if gf him-1 1 13231 JV ,YE H L .. .fL:5g!:.3-.53 5 1.-H--,ayzk it J 1 . . f . aifieaffl :"'f?fH 1 1 1 ern- 51 Q11 '-2.11 'ffl' ,A . . - ay. ' 31-- 1:g1Tp'g'Q. ' .52 gh ,- 4.,i'1":1'-1? 4 if . 1.1: .f"f4f:.i+ij. J . 1'--1 :fi HIf"I'i 1.-'1-1, A ' :Lf Ag G. . . . ' i:151','1-V X J d Yr , 4' A1 in 1 5 , N ' 1' -' 'HJ .1 . 'f- HH, fm- 1 . L + - ' 1 jg-war--", 5.uftg,3'5fT1M. ,.1iff- wifi: Ji, E'21'fw.,eSwW 1 1 I f Fe 1 1 1. -irrx 1- 111.13 1 f...:.x.f,1-"fm gLw::ag..s.' 1 , I, fr 11 Q qw .- . , I 1 i .N H .1 1 Sag 1 51 ,' ' 4.1.3 .. - 1111111115 5.114 1. .?+-iw-if 1 Ng. wi 1. ,1x.y1-, ,g .. W Wi, a 111 an -5,1 -s 1 1 1,5213 w 1 ai' L f pkg f 1 z ri. 5 1 0 A '1 ' A 1 -1 '-11, -A 4 1 mai 14. W - .. t v 11 V. 111.11 .. w...:g1-.1 CLASS PROPIIECY Gerald Albert: is president of the National Fly Tying Corporation. Mike Baronak: is now football coach at M. T. H. S. Paul Batcho: is now teaching Bookkeeping at M. T. H. S. Jane Bone: is star border at her sister's house in Harrisburg. Carl Catherine: is teaching dramatics at M. T. H. S. Maxine Fetcenko: is secretary for her brother who is now a General in the Air Force. Arlene Green: is driving instructor in the Auto Driving Club at M. T.H. S. Leroy Greslick: is chief baby sitter in Troy, Pa. Jean Hanyak: is now owner of "Hanyak's Pencil Pawn Shop" on Church St. in Hawk Rim, Pa. Mary Hoffner: is instructor at the Singer Sewing Center. Bob Hoover: is now a traveling salesman. Mary Hummel: is working for the Government in Washington, D. C . Shirley Hummel: is now skating in the Roller Derby. Bill Hummel: is owner of a chain of Pool Rooms across the U. S. Nick Hurtack: is now a millionaire and living in the Rockefeller Mansion. Arlene Jones: is now managing a Lonely Hearts Club. Alex Kobilarcik: is now in the Navy and stationed at Great Lakes. Marie Kosut: ls now living at Great Lakes, Illinois. John Lewis: has now taken over the management of Herb Sutton's "Used Car Lot. Becky Maguire: is now Mrs. Baronak and starting to rear a football team. Edward McKedy: is now manager of the Beech Nut Chewing Gum Co. Joan McKedy: is experimenting at New York University to find a new kind of nail polish. Catherine Medzie: is now operating a Typewriter Repair Shop. Betty Medzie: is now working at the Pennshire Factory. Nick Mlnarich: is now the head boss at Morningstar Bakery. David Mondock: is now the cook in the cafeteria at M. T.H. S. ffxwl 'J '- '-' 772 gg. M354 18 J .. fiv- 1 ' :., Wi. .,QQ-- . ,' QQ-,L ,I , :Um - .if 542,453 ,I 5 ff 1. A ':,,E,. ' :rpg ?- 2? qv fzvlufffr Y, 1-vw '11, 'H' K . 4 4 ' l ,' ' 1- . ' , ,. . ,T 4 2-.LYS ,-2 t JW? " JKVYSJ? vii -J 1-A- vg- ,V , gym um2,a:?11',43?7j ' H3--wf ,5ii,4:,4,,1 f if U. A X Lu. X ' , Y' k - '- E ,'2. X f ' 1, 1-.V . ', "Wt . Y 'gy 16 ' I - ?'H7153'ff-fwiwfw 5, 1 , , b W . ' 1 , 'f .. .. .,, f,:f-ff '. 51 1 -1- -' 2 'Xifg ,'J'fhf:f5f .-3' .'Ai3fWT3"f..3??473-ifilifnii ,--'Y A If ,fu ' 'R -L ""7'W"'biA"" 'lf A ' 'V ' , . V N M N A , . u , ff t .,. ,,,- --:IQ -1:1 '- w:.JC'1X 1.95'.4"l: , .,z,5j,a ,.:f ' 'i:1f2?zJx.22 ,J 1 'ffiffff ' iw WV--ff' 'N - , , . ,M Qu ,.,.,wr I 1, 4. mfg gsm. j fe, y1,.mA 1-Q99 43, gif? Hg:w,g'5gw.:f L A. f '.JxQ-J",5-ff-6.iMi'-1,'f- N ,I .LWGW-,,i.w-nv V 1 -f' + ' - " ' ' 'H ' , K I '. L, f . 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Barbara Pelton: is now teaching Home Economics at Penn State. Nancy Richards: is now Dental Hygienest for her brother-in-law. Ida Mae Roberts: is married to B enny Lloyd and living in Morrisdale. Bill Selepack: is now a director of an Accordion Band. Frank Shannon: is now a graduate of the University of Pa. Ethel Mae Shirokey: is a beautician in Cleveland, Ohio. Mary Simm: is now a photographer for Jack Milsom. Norma Smeal: is now working at the General Cigar Plant. Fred Sotok: IS now a basketball coach at Lock Haven. Sara Stephens: is now working as a typist in Washington, D. C. Wesley Stevens: ls now Art Instructor at Penn State. Alva Swales: is now playing as Al Iolson in the picture "Jolson Comes to Morrlsdale. Albert Tarbay: is now selllng musical instruments at Trella's Music Store. Kathryn Timko: is now owner oi an exclusive restaurant at uawk Run, Pa. Charles Traveny: is owner of the Little Restaurant, Philipsburg, Pa. Jim Trimble: has a large farm in Iowa. Bob Urbanski: is proprietor of "Urbansk1's Dog Kennel". Jim Weaver: is now laying them awav--dead people, that ls. ack Weaver: is now manulacturlng tooth picks and keeping "Hummel's Pool Room" well supplied. Theresa Wesesky: is now teaching Foreign Languages at M. T. H.S. Martin Zahuranec: is now manufacturing C op enhagen at Hawk Run, Pa. -I 1 A ' pk .i-Eu ., P1 -.. " wr. H ff.,-k-14 Qui., 5 'iggvgjgigrgf wltqaf f--F' . , . MPMW5 ' -fl ffaww ,QQ fa '2f2?41?iiiJQ- V 4 ,.- 1- A ET?sfn2.ia9 - ' asf as iz N -A-1-' S X w if ' ' '- I ,V - V-1 A li "Z Ny! W. - Maw-N' vim Q1 . '- - A ' V W V : ' V "if 1- X. . . J g fq, 'f Ti T f .?P9.fifgT'i4 f H 'lflifgfffw-S 3593 Y . L '. fy,f,Z,ww? 'W 51:32-irq-IE,J'. w Y: W A V I A I M I , ,wi ,E ,2,Af,,, .W 'i Aiiflj-E'?'f' ,Q.in-f-aH- 3'1" v w'7+4f1. "" " ' hi "BQ ' iflft .Lf Z ,- M -1 - . , 427 . V,-ell Ll-. a5,iS,w-w. 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Maxine Fetcenko, will my blonde hair to Frances Pezzulla. Arlene Green, will my freckles to Dorothy Hoover. Leroy Greslick, will my pocket watch to Larry Fetcenko. Jean Hanyak, will my shorthand book to Pauline Haines. Mary Hoffner, will my bashfulness to Delores Laich. Robert Hoover, will my Latin book to my cousins. Mary Hummel, will my neatness to whoever has energy to press skirts. Shirley Hummel, will my roller skates to anyone who likes aches. Bill Hummel, will my position as basketball captain to Bob Anderson. Nick Hurtack, will my car to anyone who lives far from school. Arlene Jones, will my collection of boys to Jackie Yingling. Alex Kobilarcik, will my hair to Eugene Ennis. Marie Kosut, will my unexcused abscences to all who need them. John Lewis, will my c ollec tion of girls to Mitchell Hammond. Beckv Maguire, will my sweaters to Mary Ann Batcho. Edward McKedy, will my collection of chewing gum to anyone who can't afford to buy it. Joan McKedy will my green nail polish to Margaret Jane Howe. Catherine Medzie, will my shortness to Bob Hall. Betty Medzie, will my circular skirt to Evelyn Quick. Nick Minarich, will my bucket of bolts Kcarl to whoever can drive it David Mondock, will my cooking ability to Agnes Moriarity. Jim Myers, will my smile to Delores Pallo. Mary Pecharko, will my complexion to anyone who needs it. Barbara Pelton, will my dimples to Nancy Carr. 1:9 ,M -. 1'f'Yz: iw 354: 1 EM, Pi . Lvk1.,,gw' z s fx ffiifr- ' Mig.: .E -, 'f" f14444f X 'n , Sv wx um'-T it if: n .un .. Q, , ' W, . Mffl: vi ,w wig Y f r iw , I md v 3 V' AL ., 4 6 .3 ' 4 55. , :X 7.5 x . 1,391 , J 'Tx 1 qlirl ' 'fum' ':, :nf ' in .. .Lf ge is it In. 1 1 My X-, I in 1 an 1 :ww-if Lfqigiig I U., ,W ,X my 1 :N ,mf My v an ,Q L, f f f X if. "f.:i'f"' Jgiswc "M ' W . -1,1 "Aw 52 'V ' 1, S if ' "'?f:" if ,?1i?'-15-if , 4' X 'f GW? U A 2-MX" .ij-,f ,S , 'l 1. . Q ,, ,W ,ug Q 1f!fjgFwfQ1 X- ' ' ii ,.,1.,p F' -. AH! NI ,kiwi -W E, , 1,,:f- ,Afh J, 1, ":., 1 . . fn jg 5 I wr KF3.',5k I, 1 r 1 ,-. I 1 Nancy Richards, will my red hair to Patty Emigh. Ida Mae Rober ts , will my bracelets tones he doesn't havej to Joe Maguire. Bill Selepack, will my musical ability to Ambrose Williams. Frank Shannon, will my ability to hitch hike to P-burg on Saturday night to John Wyre. Ethel Mae Shirokey, will my bangs to Margaret Ann Hill. Mary Slmm, will my height to Mary Ann Selepack. Norma Smeal, will my fountain pen to anyon e who likes to write. Fred Sotok, will my height to Jack Shannon. Sara Stephens, will my ability to make friends to whoever needs it Wesley Stevens, will my po s ition as art editor of newspaper to Jim McDowell. Alva Swales, will my singing ability to Sam Carr. Albert Tarbay, will my crew cut to Arlene McKedy: Kathryn Timko, will my quietness to Dorothy Goda. Charles Traveny, will my job on a farm to whoever likes farming. Jim Trimble, will my driver's license to Jean Hummel. Robert Urbanski, will my ability to get in trouble, without anyone knowing it, to Suzie Zahuranec. James Weaver, will my last name to Ann Dunn. Jack Weaver, will my quick temper to George Patrick. Theresa Wesesky, will my load of books to whoever wants to carry them. Martin Zahuranec, will my ability to stay away from girls to Gene Dunn. -1-nv. 30 "i'...'I'33 n-21:12 ,zalulv K ifti 1 X I-:Quai J-1...--"""""" """i"":--""' Wi? KM 5 WV: -.l..Aaw.-V " -f 3'f I ,.. ,-- ,,,.,....-W - -- ,... 2 LVL, ' ,., ,.,...f. if--" Qf5 A' Prwvv- ..4.,., .-11 6 .gf-so --wr! .-SEK --Q .gn1::2zf""f .i'f'L- 1 136 5 jj Q if ggZjjgsigjjjij Q JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY We, the class of .-SQ, started our Freshman year with the usual procedure with Mr. Schnars as class advisor. The Initiation and Return parties were both a success. About the middle of the year, when we had become better acquainted with each other, we elected class offlc e r s who were as follows: President-Jack Iovenallyg Vice- presldent-Nlck Shlrokeyg Secretary-Margaret Ann Hill, and Treasurer-I oe Shannon. During the year we had a skating party. In our Sophomore year, we were d1v1ded into two groups,with Miss Strittmatter and Miss Kucharski as class advisors. We elected as class officers .... President- Eugene Ennis, Vice-president-Jane Hublerg Sec retary-Mary Ann Batchog and Larry Fetcenko as Treasurer. As an activity we held a dance after a basketball game. Thus ended our Sophomore year, and our views toward being Iuniorswere jolly ones. This year was a full one for every member of the class. In the beginning, we ordered our class rings and waited patiently for their arrival. To raise money we held a Harvest Square Dance which was a great success. We then elected class officers. They were as follows, President-Eugene Ennlsg Vice-president-Jean Hoover, Secretary-Mary Ann Batchog and Larry Fetcenko as Treasurer. This year we undertook our first play under the direction of Mr. Monsieur. We are all look- ing forward to the prom which is just around the corner. Can much more happen to us next year? ? ? We shall seel l l ,.,-: I Mg s, , -. .l'a- N if 5, u i 3 , 4 X . ,lg- J 5531 f V Ne: .5 .V 2262: : bf 15 ,Q jf -, at 11.1 5. 1 Pf? ,' ,ti 5, , Af -1' 5 iff'-' ,N TH' 4. ,ri M ,Pai x ,L 45 +-.,x H W. 1 wi, I . ggivi' Af , Q11 ' ., . ' 32195, y 55, ,Ji .egg N. K' 3. ' .Je .n-EL"-' 'Q' : ,, ,w w M ' ., f '15 . h QF- -' vf V ' + F 1 lf. 12-L ing H ' 49 A em ' . 3 - -W v 1 'un ' ' ' l N ' + if P e 1 -4 1 , v 1 'Qi' .gp W gas.- ,s,-,., - ,,.,..---1 ,,.,.n.-1-ff 2pi"' lumen. 3-.--w 8:48:21 'EM' 5-.-F., ff?- me -Q-",,"'i.--"?1 i ""4' ,fi gunz'-' ...ff- 5.4 s,........ :wwf K-1. 1 falls. 'WW ...14 . M.-.........- . ...,-.-..-an v,,,.........-.... In --I,-,:w1""-o ' '.fi.....f'. -H w! rg ' 2. . , - .,--fx?" '3'-'jilfi bf '.,.g,m ,W .. , :V 1 . ,...f- H,.,..- N, ,, 7-4- - M M, ,- " ' :W f if ' , mf.:-.,.-V ' 9 f7 55 --'T ...ww , , , Y .,., IL, , I H L , wf,.,, , --'EH V , :..J,l:' 'I' E... ' ff zgajfa-5-b . ,,., , W, if .L :Q V '-ff' 4 , 'ig-I x .-- .x . .. v .-'ul ..'lll,.,. 2 ' 4- s -. . 71 I '11-2 . ,, - .W , T53 ,V .-..,-, ,1-4 V ..-...-......4 vgvwvfv-av-u,.,....----,.,.. :- if' SOPIIOMURE CLASS NEWS In September, 1950, sxxry-five llpstlck "'md1ans" entered the halls of Morris High. Mr. Schnars, the class advisor, gave us a hearty welcome. The "darling" Sophomores gave us an initiation party which we shall never forget. After we were better acquainted, we elected class officers. They were as follows, President-James Kardohelyg Vice-president-Ray Eyerlyg Treasurer-Nancy Carlesg and Agnes Moriarty-Secretary. We gave the Sophomores a return party and showed them a movie ln gratitude. We held a skating party which was a success and went on a trip to Pittsburgh. We visited the Hlenz Plant, the Museum and other places of interest. In the fall of 1951, only??? Sophomores returned. We started with a "bang" and really thought we knew something since we were Sophomores, and had agrand time initiating the Freshmen. We gave them an lnitlatlon party and they gave us a return party. We held elections on October 26, 1951, and elected the following officers: President-Rita Howe, Vlce-president-Bob Anderson, Treasurer-Nancy Carlesg and Agnes Moriarty as Secretary. Cheerleaders were out for re-election again and Faith Fetcenko won. She nas been doing a wonderful job so far. 5 Money was needed, so, we decided to sell sweatshirts, rulers, combs, auto- graph books and emblems. The student really went out of their way to get many sales and at last we boosted up our finances. Thus, ends our Sophomore year and we are looklng forward to next year when we will be "Jolly Juniors". +w ' ,, W I 1, ,. w 'il f af 5 is - gr, V A W ff! Q. I 'H Af :IA .A w ,E 'tm ' ,. , Qxrgff iff. - -1 " sniff ' "Riff iz 1 Q-'fi . ' "vp, 1 V Y, -.: ',, 731 .14 . 4. X , , if M ww? ,y A E W -, " It -L wwf ,,, ' c., J?" , A' f MJ' - r i - 2 :K Q 'uv : f' ' 4+-fag , ' W Q .. H"-V 7- 1' ,iii gy -.,- fa 'iv ,N , EHFD im . lkrl ,vi :. Q' ,N ,ew VL H W 11: , img ,:f,,.g? 5 111- Y Y x. ,mr f as ,Xi ' , ,Vi , , 'fri' .f '- . ' li- 'VH k P' M 1' ' 5 ff? W '1 -Ar ' if "QW 'gf'-AE: L 10' - HL Q, b , SH. ' nw-3 E , ' Q: . pf. " ' w f - . , lists J 117 .L , -- , ,f W :ggi W ' A .1- M? ,. , 'rimff ugh. 25' fw, 19 N yy A- tni V N :Q 4 M I 4' . " - 1511.-v Y, :H uf., 9' il 13 . 1- 4 L , I rl YV F, . Y, , ' mf' w-, ' X- .1 ua P , ,, 1 ,, 1. , A 'fr- , ., .grrff ,. .fwfvfi fs'-v we Magi? ' awk A qeqliijv MXH, ' A. wt. 'Wifi vw y: -5,-. Q1 ,,,-21, J'T'T'f'ILlQ1'Q , ' f 2 N" 1- ' f "dX 1'! M E1 B I rf I 0 ,f rv I 5 I Q 'E rx ,.,, TZ!! 2:52.-I-ff FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY The opening of the 1951-52 school term at Morris High brought with it 55 red faced, green freshmen who were beginning their high school careers. The auditorium was assigned to us as our home room with Mr. Schnars as class advisor. After a few weeks of confusion, we got on to the general routine and our class officers were elected as follows: President-Agnes Sudikg Vice-president -I ack Shannong Secretary-Dorothy Hooverg and Treasurer-Veronica Watro. A few weeks after we entered the portals of Morris High, we were initiated at a party given by the Sophomores. We freshmen, compelled to dress as Indians tughj to blend with our painted faces, had a fun-filled evening. Not to be outdone in hospitality, we freshmen, gave a "return dance" to the Sophomores. This was held in the school auditorium with music furnished by Miss Hill's record player. Being Freshmen was really getting us down, but sooner than one could snap his fingerg or so it seemed, Christmas was upon us, and we went on our long-needed vacation-a break from the lesson grind. But soon it was 1952, and we were back in school--back to the same routine. Among other activities, the Freshmen girls' class put out a newspaper as a class project, and a Freshman girl has submitted a poem entitled "Spring" to a verse writing contest conducted by the Classical League of America's organization, the "Classical Outlook". Now that the first year has been spent with many happy hours, we, like Janus, the two-faced Roman god, look back at those happy times, and forward to three more years of happiness and learning in the "hallowed hal1s" of Morris High. In conclusion we do not know what the future will bring, but this we do lmow-- we shall be "Sophisticated Sophomores" next school term. 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'fbi V x V :M,iE,x:f'.'-:j15?wgAr.V,.,b V ' 4' 2 4 - ,HZ 'V Q 'mi , ' w la, , ' ,. , K 7 b' -nas.: .,,.'-Mm!-.,9' 1 , ' , 1 Rf-fp" - fn . v. J. L ,M . 'ix' . 4 . . H Q 7 ., Jr f r f - 5,1 E s "5 4' f ml , 51.5, Q .W 1 H HW- ' . A nm..U, , . ' . ' , A,YLL ,1 FOOTBALL The 1951 football season was ahighly successful one for the Morris Blue Devils as they again took the Moshannon Valley League Championship for the third time in the last four years. The Blue Devils did not lose a game until the season's final with Ridgeway,, although they were tied by Philipsburg, 0-0, in the second contest of the season. Coach Ventresco's team ran completely away from all league competition scoring 146 points while holding the opposition to just one touchdown. fOr an undefeated season was spoiled by the powerful Ridgeway where Morris lost by a 33 to 7 score. The outcome of the 1951 Football season is as follows: Houtzdale Philipsburg Reynoldsville C oooer 14-0' 0-0 31-6 ' 26-6 N Osceola Snowshoe Moshaxmon Joint Ridgeway The chance 18-0 55-0 A 33-o ' . qlgxl BASKETBALL The Morris basketball team of 1951-52, after a poor start, finally got rolling and at the time of this writing were tied for the league lead with the B. C. I. five, each team having lost one game. The overall season record showed five defeats as the Blue Devils came out on the short end of their first three starts. Coach Ventresco is confident that his boys can come through to tie B. C. I. for the title and then beat them in a playoff game on a neutral floor. The outcome, thus far, ofthe 1951-52 basketball season is as follows: St. Francis Snowshoe St. Francis Snowshoe Susquehaxma Moshannon Joint 27-45 1, 26-29 12 45-47+ LQ 62-40 W 71-18 uf 55-26 .ff Sykesville Reade B. C. I. Reade B. C. 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