Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Published by the Senior Class of
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHO01
KARIN WITTEKIND4Associat0 Editor
MARJORIE KRYSA-Business Manager
NED CAUM-Photographic Editor
JAMES E. WOODAFaculty Advisor
Each year the Senior Class dedicates its yearbook to a special friend.
In continuing this tradition the Class of 1955 honors the name of a beloved
teacher and advisor-MRS. KATHERINE HASTON.
We have had twelve wonderful years and now we face our
graduation with the full realization that these have been some of
the best years of our life.
So that we will never forget our school, teachers and schoolmates
we have published this, our yearbook.
May you enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed producing it.
The Class of 1955
In Menzorv of
Class of 1056
She was always an u
nclcrstanding and loyal friend
MANOAH R. REITER
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
PAUL J. TAYLOR ,,,,,,,,..,,. .,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, President
WILLIAM R. ANDERSON . ,.., . ,,,, ,,,, V ice President
DR. THEODORE A. HANSEN ,A,,,,,, ,, .,,,,,,, Treasurer
WALTER R. TAYLOR ,,,,,,, ,,,, Secretary
LEONARD F. FERRY
FRANK C. MILLER
DR. JOHN R. ,WITTEKIND
HARRY H. LEE, JR.
MANOAH R. REITER-Superintendent of Schools
They provided the teachers, the schools and the equipment to
a reality. Without their ever-present help the realization of our
would have been impossible.
make our education
aims and ambitions
Front row, left to right: William B. Anderson, Paul J. Taylor, Walter R. Taylor and Dr.
Theodore A. Hansen. Back row: Harry H. Lee, Jr., Frank C. Miller, Dr. John R. Wittekind
and Leonard F. Ferry.
ROBERT MORRIS SCHOOL
CAPITOL VIEW SCHOOL
MANOR PARK SCHOOL WILLIAM E. CASE SCHOOL
MARGARET A. WATKINS
8 MARVIN LEVITT
E. LEONARD CAUM
JEAN M. HOWELL
ANNE E. PARSONS
JOHN W. SAUIJER
SARA F, TURNER
ESTHER M. HAWKINE
JOHN CONTA R
JAMES E. WOOD
DOROTHY A. KELLER
DOROTHY A. GISH
HELEN BRUNNER 9
JOSEPH V. ZAVARICH
ROBERT F. MIMM
A very special thanks to
MELVIN N. BOUBOULIS
who resigned from the fac-
ulty during our senior year.
The hours he spent with us
and for us will never be for-
DOROTHY N. JENNESS
JOSEPH A. MATINAS
HORACE M. HUTCHISOIN
RICHARD C. LEE
One of the more quiet seniors . . . enjoys chemistry . . . plans to
further his education . . . would like to have something to do with
electronics . . . always has something funny to say to Mr. Wood in
P.D. class . . . faithful guest of detention hall . . . what would
happen if he came to school on time . . . is a neat dresser.
EDWARD M. ALLISON
Easy Ed . . . ace quarterback of the Bulldogs . . . has a special love
for sports and science . . . takes a great deal of kidding about his
interest in the opposite sex . . . what would Eddie do without Hank
and Ned and vice versa . . . enjoys eating-especially tomato pies
. . . a member of the Cooking Club . . . likes to win in sports . . .
has his moods . . . doesn't like English class . . . a real nice guy.
ROBERT JOSEPH AMES
One of our most determined students . . . when he does something
he does it well . . . member of the band and orchestra . . . plays a
hot trombone . . . made All-County Band and District Chorus . . .
sings tenor in mixed chorus and vesper choir . . . stole the show as
Charley's Aunt in the senior play . . . member of the Future Teachers
of America . . . hopes to become a teacher of music . . . always
drawing pictures of Mrs. Keller on the blackboard . . . drives about
town in his boss's station wagon . . . enjoys playing tennis.
NANCY SUE BARTRUG
Takes a lot of kidding from the 12A boys . . . will always be re-
membered for her loyalty to the South . . . usually seen with Pete, Edie,
and Gail . . . works at the Dairy Bar . . . plays a mean game of
hockey and basketball . . . has a wonderful wardrobe . . . should
succeed in whatever she undertakes . . . will be remembered for her
little peke, "Oochie" . . . assistant photography editor in the Year-
BARBARA J. BROWN
One of the four girls in the general class . . . always has a friendly
"hi" for everyone . . . likes to eat tomato pies and potato chips . . .
works in the art room with Margie Ruth . . . very quiet in school . . .
has a nice smile . . . sings in mixed chorus and girls' chorus . . . a
cute brunette . . . loves to dance.
FRANK ALFRED CARUSO
Can usually be found in front of "the" store or in a light blue
convertible . . . hangs around with Gus, Lank, and Harv . . . is
one of our hard working football players . . . always in good spirits
. . . one of the shortest members of the class . . . a loyal resident
of Manor Park . . . keeps the girls guessing . . . his favorite pastime
is working in "the" store . . . plans for college after graduation . . .
oh! that leg!
Plays center for our fighting Bulldogs . . . gave a convincing per-
formance as Col. Sir Francis Chesney in "Charley's Aunt" . . . likes
girls, money and food . . . usually has a witty remark in Mr. Wood's
class . . . never seen without Hank or Ed . , . always being called
to the office for something or other, usually to deliver mail . . .
works in the darkroom . . . made the yearbook complete as photography
editor . . . seems to like writing letters . . . plans to go to college.
Returned to our class after a short stay in the Navy . . . our varsity
football punter . . . played varsity basketball in his junior year . . .
rides around in a green "Chevie" . . . one of our best dancers . . .
never in school during hunting season . . . always being kidded about
his "blackout" . . . has a neat appearance . . . won't forget last year's
New York trip . . . loves to tease the girls . . . and they don't seem
DENNIS P. CLARK
One of the 12C gang . . . interests lie in thesophomore class . . .
never in school during hunting season . . . the 12C class wouldn't be
complete without him . . . likes to give the teachers a hard time
. . . if you are looking for him after school, he's probably working
on a car . . . would love to have his own . . . is popular with everyone.
One of the better looking seniors . . . has worked hard in the print
shop . . . always called out of classes to work for Mr. Sauder . . .
spends most of his time at the Dairy Bar or the Esso Station . . .
a regular fan at all our football games . . . enjoys dancing at the
canteen . . . likes to go trapping or hunting if the weather isn't too
cold . . . usually seen with Ray or Ronnie . . . did a lot of work
with the 12C boys on the stage.
HENRY W. Coon
One of the "mob" . . . helps keep the class laughing . . . travels with
Ned and Eddie . . . hails from Chicago . . . helps brighten up our
dull classes . . . plays tackle on the varsity eleven . . . never has his
English homework done . . . really a nice guy . . . seen evenings with
a certain junior . . . hates to lose a game . . . is the smallest tackle
in the league and proud of it . . . Hank and Ed are firm supporters
of the Cooking Club . . . likes to eat anytime, anywhere, anyplace.
SUSAN B. CONNOR
One of our peppy cheerleaders . . . has been Student Council treasurer
for the past two years . . . always seen with Janice or Karin . . .
works at Martyn Motors . . . has a nice wardrobe . . . hails from
Pittsburgh, Pa .... ambition is to be a legal secretary . . . in
mixed chorus for three years . . . Chairman of the Canteen Com-
mittee . . . was president of C.Y.O. Club . . . did a terrific job as
Amy in the senior play-. . . would make a swell model.
J oAN F. COWELL
.loanie can always he found with Clara, Dottie, and Delores . . .
sticks up for her rights . . . faithful member of the M.H.S. band
. . . her favorite subject is transcription . . . her ambition is to be a
private Secretary . . . always giving Mr. Wood a hard time in P.D.
with her side of the argument . . . has a nice smile for everyone . . .
gives her sister a hard time . . . had a good time at the football
THELMA G. COWELL
One of the tallest girls in the senior class . . . works after school in
Stacy's 5 Sr 10 . . . likes having a coke at Pryor's Drug Store with
the gang . . . just crazy about Carl's tomato pies . . . a member of
Student Council . . . always willing to make her art talent useful for
the school's activities . . . ambition is to be a missionary . . . a
color guard in her senior year . . . one of the few to stay in short-
hand class . . . has a nice smile for everyone . . . helps to keep the
library in order.
EDITH M. DUEMAN
Edie loves to drive her black "Chevy" with Sue and Gail . . . is one
of the faithful members of the shorthand class . . . has hopes of
being a secretary when she graduates . . . her favorite pastime is
eating . . . she came to us from Germany . . . always ready to give
advice . . . did a swell job as Ela in the senior play . . . is a neat
dresser . . . and oh, those eyes! . . . plays right inner on our hockey
team . . . one of our shortest gals.
HARVEY M. FACTOR
Always cutting up in 12C with Joe, Gus and Goldie . . . keeps us
laughing . . . usually out of class to get the mike ready . . .
likes teasing the girls and has a nickname for them all . . . always
talks about the parties he went to the night before . . . his special
interests are girls and cars . . . plays basketball for the ,ICC's in
Trenton . . . his hobby is collecting girls' telephone numbers . . .
"Hey, Harv, what does A.Z.A. stand for?" . . . quite the dancer.
Likes to have fun with the 12C boys . . . enjoys all kinds of sports
. . . is a whiz on the basketball court . . . in the spring he plays
baseball for M.H.S .... enjoys his brother's Pontiac . . . always
dreaming of a way to get out of class . . . never seen without Clawges
or Hensor . . . no one knows just where his interest in the opposite
sex lies . . . just love his smile . . . is a smooth dancer.
Always willing to lend a helping hand . . . travels with Topper and
Aggie, eating her favorite food-steak . . . plays a good game of
hockey as fullback . . . likes to roller skate . . . one of the four
girls in the general class . . . doesn't have any definite plans after
graduation . . . is in mixed chorus and girls' chorus.
JACQUELINE F. FREDERICKS
Our happily engaged senior . . . enjoys reading a good book in her
spare time . . . very active in all musical activities . . . played the
flute in the Bucks County Band . . . always giggling and teasing
. . . wants to take a business course after graduation . . . a brown-eyed
blonde . . . likes ,to spend her summers at the shore . . . "Does
anyone have a pencil I can borrow?" . . . another woman driver.
DEBORAH M. CABLE
Has been a faithful member of the hand since seventh grade . . .
sings alto in mixed chorus and girls' chorus . . . president of F.T.A.
. . . her best friends are Gwen, Thelma, Jackie, and Betty . . .
Debbie plans to be a school teacher after graduation from college
. . . we all like her cute giggle and sense of humor . . . we will
always remember her birthday parties and the treasure hunts . . .
holds up the clarinet section in both band and orchestra . . . every-
one's envious of her wavy, brown hair.
CHARLES E. GARMAN
One of the tallest members of the class . . . has been class president
in our junior and senior years . . . won by a landslide this year . . .
did a swell job as Jack in the senior play . . . his main interest is
a certain underclassman . . . is a swell basketball and baseball
player . . . can usually be found on the bridge or in a light blue
Plymouth . . . has no plans for after graduation . . . is very popular
with everyone . . . a friendly member of our class.
EILEEN F. GLYNN
Always handy with a joke . . . can make the dullest classes seem
lively . . . really keeps the class laughing . . . very active in all
musical activities . . . has a wonderful singing voice . . . stole the
show in last year's operetta . . . always having a lot of fun . . .
has beautiful eyes . . . a very neat dresser . . . is captain of the
color guards . . . would like to get into the entertainment world
GEORGE E. GREENWOOD
One of the ends on our Bulldog' eleven . . . always using some
excuse to get out of class to work in the shop . . . drives a '47 Ford
convertible . . . likes to watch hot rod and stock car racing . . .
plays a cool game of basketball . . . seems to enjoy the teasing
he gets from the girls . . . another good looking male . . . can
usually be seen with the rest of 12C . . . hopes to join the Air
Force or work in the Steel Mill after graduation.
DONALD W. HABEL
Plays a terrific game as center in basketball . . . ace pitcher for
the school and the Kiwanis Club . . . our own "Harry James" . . .
plays a cool trumpet . . . one of the better looking seniors . . .
ambition is to play professional baseball . . . enjoyed the New York
trip . . . our vice president . . . only has eyes for one senior girl
. . . has been in the class since the first grade . . , hasn't made up his
mind on what to do after graduation, but we have a pretty good idea
GWENYLEN R. HADLEY
Always seen with Joyce, Thelma, Rose, Mary and Debbie . . .
favorite word is "definitely" . . . can usually be found in Pryor's
getting a soda with Thelma . . . loves tomato pies . . . her interests
lie outside of school . . . enjoyed marching with the band as a
substitute color guard . . . does a good job of yelling in the cheering
section at football games . . , is a friend to everyone . . . was one
of the few who stayed in the shorthand class . . . does a good job
helping Mrs. Jenness in the library.
LEWIS T. HART
One of our football and track stars . . . has been on both varsity
squads for the past three years . . . usually seen with Pesce and
Chappie . . . here comes Lew in that '54 "Chevie" . . . takes a lot
of teasing about his haircut . . . spends most of his time at Goldie's
store with the rest of the gang . . . what would Lew do without
food! . . . just loves to sleep . . . might go to college on a football
KARLENE RAE HARTEL
Our honor soloist . . . very active in all musical activities . . . has
had the lead in the operettas ever since we can remember . . .
played Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez in the senior play . . . has sung
in district and county choruses . . . usually seen in the library
. . . plans to continue her education in music . . . plays the
glockenspiel in the band . . . likes to play intramural sports . . .
one of our few real blondes.
What would the senior class do without Chazz . . . when Don, Boop,
Carl, and Chazz get together, watch out . . . during basketball
season, you'll always find him on the court . . . a really good
basketball player . . . dances every Sadie Hawkins at canteen . . .
has a witty remark for anybody . . . what a laugh! . . . what would
Chazz do without his glasses . . . makes up his own jokes . . .
never seems to be in a hurry.
RONALD D. HENSOR
Never seen without Chappy . . . is a terrific bowler and all his
leisure time is spent bowling . . . Coach Davies dubbed him "puff-
nick" in his sophomore year . . . always 15 minutes late for school be-
cause of his paper route . . . will laugh at anything . . . varsity catcher
for three years . . . always enjoys the canteen.
SHIRLEY ANN HILLMAN
Works at Clover Leaf . . . always smiling . . . will never forget that
week at the shore . . . keeps her interest in the boys a secret . . .
a neat dresser . . . always a lot of fun . . . would like to be a
nurse . . . usually seen with Marge and Gail . . . "Hey, Shirl, got
any gum?" . . . a hard worker for the class . . . co-circulation editor
of the yearbook . . . never has to worry about her hair when it rains.
CARL J. HUGHES
Carl is one of the quieter members of the class . . . takes teasing
with a smile . . . spends a lot of time working on his '41 Plymouth,
"Old Shake" . . . attended all the football games . . . likes to hunt
and fish during school hours . . . drives a truck for Hughes's Fruit
Market-no relation . . . hopes to further his education . . . travels
with Boop, Chazz and Don.
JOAN L. JOHNSON
Joan is one of the light haired members of our class . . . has been
going with Cyndy and Eileen for quite sometime . . . loves to ride
in Cyndy's red Ford . . . .loan can't help singing . . . has a good
voice . . . has been in every singing chorus in M.H.S .... is quiet
in school, but not when she gets out . . . another one of our color
guards . . . always has a group of girls visiting her home.
Loves to drink cokes with Mary, Gwen, Joyce and Debbie . . . during
hockey practice a hockey stick replaces her coke . . . she'll change
street clothes for a Wave uniform when school is out . . . really
enjoys the football games, especially when the Bulldogs are on top
. . . intramural sports are her favorite . . . mixed chorus is also
among her activities . . . always busy, and we certainly wish her
ADELE C. KOCH
Came to M.H.S. during our sophomore year from Pittsburgh . . .
the da Vinci of our class . . . always does a terrific job of cheer-
leading . . . takes a lot of kidding from the 12-C boys . . . worked
hard as editor-in-chief of the yearbook . . . has a good sense of
humor . . . Aclele's usually seen with Mariann, Lil, and the twins
. . . she'll never forget those times at the shore . . . ambition is to
be an illustrator . . . what an appetite!! . . . always ready to listen
to the serious side of life . . . designed the Sesqui-Centennial Shaving
and Cosmetic Permits.
CATHERINE A. KOREYVA
Bobbie came to us from Cathedral High . . . is one of the Manor Park
girls . . . usually seen with Dottie and Gail . . . "I'll Get By" will
always be Bobbie's theme as long as
she is now . . . can always be found
. . . her big, brown eyes are the envy
lie out of school . . . always enjoys a
with real cute dimples.
she stays as happy-go-lucky as
behind the counter at Talone's
of everyone . . . main interests
good joke . . . a real cute gal
MARJORIE A. KRYSA
One of the most popular girls in the class . . . she certainly enjoyed
the New York trip! . . . did a good job as business manager for
the last two years . . . always willing to help in any way . . . is
co-captain of the hockey team . . . plays a good game of basketball
. . . student director of the senior play . . . best friends are Marian,
Sue, Lillian, and Betty . . . seems to be enjoying life . . . one of
our really versatile seniors . . . puts time in at Kresge's.
BETTY J EAN LAVERICK
"Betty" -1 Academic
Came to M.H.S. in her senior year from Clairton, Pa .... our
sports editor of the yearbook . . . usually seen in the halls with
Debbie and Jackie . . . plays a mean game of basketball . . . enjoys
bowling in her spare time . . . well liked by all . . . one of the
quieter members of the class . . . the only girl in trig class . . .
allergic to studying . . . finds chemistry very confusing.
GEORGE A. LEMING
One of the more quiet members of the class . . . always has his shop
reports done before anyone else . . . helps to keep Goldbergs' running
smoothly . . . will always give anyone a ride in his '46 Mercury . . .
George is interested in helicopter flying . . . always ready to give
a helping hand . . . keeps us guessing where girls are concerned
. . . his favorite subjects are shop and science . . . hopes to fly his
THoMAs G. LENox
One of the brains of the class . . . has little time for sports but has
gained recognition in model aviation by winning many prizes . . .
held the national hand launch glider record for a while . . . worked
at the Acme in his senior year . . . has an interest in cars and plans
to be a mechanical engineer . . . Tom plays a hot trombone in the
band and orchestra . . . pals around with Dick, Bob, Wick and Bill.
Always ready for a laugh . . . keeps Miss Cavanaugh going in gym
class . . . what would the 12C boys do without Dee? . . . she takes
a lot of teasing from her classmates but never gets angry . . . usually
seen with .loanie . . . keeps the boys guessing . . . has no special
plans after graduation . . . special interests lie outside of school . . .
possesses beautiful blue eyes . . . Dee can usually out talk anyone . . .
never without a smile.
PATRICIA H. MALMSBURY
Has been in the Bucks County Choruscs for the last three years . . .
has a cute giggle . . . enjoys singing . . . has appeared on many TV
shows with her sisters . . . is active in all musical activities . . .
seemed to enjoy being Kitty in the senior play . . . made a pretty
attendant in the anniversary last year . . . never gets to business
law class . . . had the best time of her life on our New York trip
. . . has singing plans after graduation . . . the girl with the hour-
"Tiger Lil" Commercial
Our blondie . . . always seen driving that Dodge . . . special interest
is boys and usually has a date . . . loved eating at the Dairy Bar or
Talones . . . best friends are Betty, Margie, Sue and Adele . . .
hobbies are dancing and hot rodding with the gang . . . member of
the band . . . had a nifty time at the shore last summer . . . always
ready for a good time . . . never misses the canteen . . . plans to
join the Waves after graduation.
DOROTHY E. MATTIS
One of the more talkative members of the class . . . always ready for
a good laugh . . . usually seen with Bobbie or Gail Neuman . . .
her ambition is to be a secretary . . . loves to dance and eat . . .
interest lies out of school . . . keeps up on the latest movies . . .
never in a bad mood . . . can always be found cheering at football
and basketball games . . . depends on .loanie to get to school on
time in the moming.
CLARA A. MAURER
Clara is the only girl in the senior class with red hair and is the
envy of everyone . . . is a faithful employee of Woolworth's . . .
prefers M.H.S. to Neshaminy . . . can usually be found at .Ioan's . . .
had quite a time at the shore . . . our "Sunrise Kid' . . . Mrs. Jenness
can always depend on her . . . is one of our color guards . . . did
a good job helping with the yearbook . . . has no plans for after
RAYMOND H. MAYER
Came to us in our junior year from West Hazelton, Pa .... one of
the taller members of the class . . . shy and bashful when it comes
to girls . . . quiet and studious in class . . . another member of the
12C gang . . . keeps his interests to himself . . . takes a lot of
teasing . . . has a complicated schedule . . . is a member of the
12A homeroom, but has his classes with 12C . . . can take kidding
as well as hand it out.
Never seen around school during hunting season . . . likes to fish
and hunt . . . his hobbies include pigeon racing . . . does he hate
to get up to go to school! . . . faithful member of the canteen . . .
a good dancer . . . always ready with a witty remark . . . would
like very much to be a veterinarian . . . hangs around with Charlie
and Ray . . . can't wait 'til graduation . . . enjoys having a good
time and usually does.
JANICE M. Moons
What would Talone's do without her . . . plays left inner in hockey
. . . has been varsity cheerleader for three years . . . did a good
job as secretary to the cheerleaders . . . plans to study fashion
designing . . . designs some of her clothes . . . drives a '51 Buick
. . . has beautiful, blond, wavy hair . . . made a pretty attendant in
last year's anniversary celebration . . . interest seems to be Navy
blue . . . our class vegetarian-hardly ever eats meat.
One of the nicest looking seniors . . . sports a nifty crew cut . . .
came to M.H.S. in his sophomore year from Trenton High . . . has
fitted in nicely with the kids . . . usually the life of the party . . .
can be seen riding around in his brother's Mercury . . . likes to
hunt and swim . . . pals are from both 12C and 12A but Jim and
Denny are his favorites . . . likes to work in the shop . . . hasn't
any definite plans for the future.
CYNTHIA DIANNE NORTH
One of our best dressed girls . . . never wears the same outfit twice
. . . loves to drive her brother's red Ford with Eileen and Joan . . .
has kept Cloverleaf Dairy going for three years . . . Cyndy made a
wonderful queen for our 150th anniversary . . . didn't want to give
up the beautiful Pontiac convertible she had for that week . . .
has a cute laugh and uses it to good advantage . . . co-captain of
the hockey team.
The reserved type . . . his name always seems to be on the absentee
list even when he's in school . . . rides around town in his black
Mercury . . . you can always hear him coming . . . never refuses
anyone a ride . . . interest lies in the junior class . . . one of Joe
Davis' gang . . . helps support the canteen . . . rarely seen without
Roger Kehoe or Charlie Clawges . . . likes to ice skate . . . an
JOSEPH L. PACITTO
An active baseball and basketball player . . . usually seen at "Goldie's"
with the Manor Park kids . . . is a faithful member of the canteen
. . . did a wonderful job as Charley in the senior play . . . always
cutting up with Harvey and Gus . . . one of the few men in 12C
. . . one of the taller members of our class . . . oh, that dark,
One of the cutest girls in the senior class . . . ambition is to become a
successful secretary . . . a lot of fun . . . usually Seen with Edie, Betty,
and Sue . . . loves to ride in Edie's "Chevie" . . . keeps the Ranch
Room in business . . . favorite pastime is visiting the Cloverleaf Dairy
for breakfast . . . likes to sing and is a member of the senior high
quartet, mixed chorus and vesper choir . . . always ready to lend a
helping hand . . . a swell dancer.
Captain of our fighting eleven . . . one of the most versatile athletes
. . . excels in basketball, football, and baseball . . . able president
of the Student Council . . . has an eye for all girls but concentrates
on one certain senior . . . regular member of the canteen and a good
dancer . . . hasn't quite made up his mind what to do after graduation
. . . always has something nice to say about everyone . . . enjoys
a good time.
MARIAN C. PETERSON
"Pete" came to us in her junior year from Pittsburgh . . . made a
big hit with everyone . . . usually seen cutting up with Sue and
Midge . . . always ready for a good time . . . loves to drive that
cool Lincoln . . . a good swimmer . . . will be remembered for her
one-handed shots in basketball . . . loves to eat tomato pies . . .
always getting called on first in P.D. class . . . interest lies outside
of school . . . what would happen if Pete got a job? . . . scored
the winning goal in the Bristol game.
J OHN F. PH1LLiPs
Has a variety of nicknames . . . enjoys telling about his good times
. . . keeps everybody laughing . . . what would happen if "Batch"
came to school when it rained? . . . is a good dancer and a faithful
member of the canteen . . . we never saw a guy with so many
relatives . . . usually with the Phillips gang on Saturday nights . . .
ask him to tell about football cam d h h
p an ow e got his nickname
. . . would like to become a crane operator.
Anvil: L. POWELL
Our only four letter man . . . interested in all sports . . . Babe runs
like lightning . . . always ready for fun and never without a smile
. . . enjoys riding in his black Ford . . . one of the most popular
fellows in the senior class . . . made the all'county football team
. . . placed second in scoring in the Lower Bucks football league . . .
a ladies man . . . a neat dresser.
SHIRLEY A. RILEY
Shirley dislikes homework of any kind . . . usually seen with Delores
. . . always has a full house . . . a loyal majorette . . . one of the
quiet members of the class until she gets outside of school . . .
enjoys a good time . . . had a swell time at the shore . . . her
favorite pastimes are eating candy and talking on the phone . . .
hasn't made up her mind what she'll do after graduation.
WILLIAM F. ROGERS
Interested in airplanes . . . obtained a flying license in his junior
year . . . ambition is to become an airline pilot . . .anybody wanting
an airplane ride call Morrisville 5772-ask for Bill . . . worked two
years at the ACME . . . likes to swim . . . travels with Tom, Dick,
Wick and Bob . . . plays a cool cornet in the band . . . likes a certain
alumnus . . . speeds around on a motorscooter . . . always kidding
MARY C. Rosso
One of our shortest seniors . . . usually seen with Thelma, Joyce,
Rose and Gwen . . . has a friendly "hi" for everyone . . . sticks up
for her rights . . . has been with our class from the beginning . . .
likes to drive and hopes to get her license soon . . . always has
plenty of gum . . . plans to go to comptometer school after graduation.
J AMES ROBERT RUDLOFF
Our mechanic . . . always working on his '46 Ford . . . likes to
change the color of his car . . . came to us from Ohio in our
sophomore year . . . .lim has many moods . . . his favorite subjects
are P.E. and shop . . . goes around with Dan and "Butch" . . .
ambition is to be a mechanic after graduation . . . enjoys roller
skating . . . oh, those dimples! . . . hopes to join the Air Force
MARGARET A. RUTH
Always ready for a good time and a laugh . . . loves tomato pies
. . . travels with Barbara and Nancy . . . likes to play badminton
. . . teaches Sunday School . , . never gives any of the teachers a
bit of trouble . . . Margaret enjoys sewing . . . she hasn't decided
what she will do after graduation . . . an active member of mixed
chorus and girls' chorus.
JOSEPH C. SAVAGE, JR.
Hard-working member of the varsity eleven . . . rides around in his
little, red "fire engine" . . . likes both football and track . . . will
always be remembered for his 88-yard run for a touchdown in the
Bristol game . . . is a good worker in the shop . . . will do anything
for anyone . . . always combing his hair . . . everyone calls on Mert
if they want something done . . . worked hard for our junior prom
. . . ambition is to become a construction engineer.
JOYCE I. SAXTON
Joyce is one of the more- quiet members of the senior class . . .
her main interests lie out of school . . . one of M.H.S. majorettes and
a good one too . . . one of the few that stayed in shorthand class
. . . can usually be found -wherever Thelma or Gwen are . . . has
been singing in mixed and girls' chorus since tenth grade . . .
always has a nice smile for everyone . . . her ambition is to be a
Came back to school to graduate with our class . . . served in Korea
. . . a smooth dancer . . . interest lies outside-of M.H.S. . . . the
only male blond in the class of '55 . . . likes to have a good time
. . . never without a smile . . . usually seen in the library . . .
works hard in all he attempts to do . . . well liked by'all who know him.
DELoREs A. TERRY
Always laughing . . . never a dull moment when Delores is around
. . . usually seen with Shirley . . . will never forget that summer at
the shore . . . always talking . . . likes to argue in P.D. class . . .
loves to dance and is a regular member of the canteen . . . worked
hard on the yearbook staff . . . takes a special interest in boys . . .
especially one,. . . was a color guard for M.H.S. this year . . .
has a lot of school spirit . . . doesn't have any definite plans for
FRANCIS C. TERRY
Another member of our varsity football team . . . will be remembered
for some great catches he made playing end . . . usually seen at the
bowling alley . . . loves to pick on his sister . . . does anybody know
why Frannie goes to the Ranch Room? . . . loyal fan of the Phillies
. . . played varsity baseball for three years . . . oh, that brown wavy
hair! . . . may be seen at the canteen every Saturday night . . .
ambition is to be a carpenter.
THOMAS WARREN THATCHER II
Never a dull moment with Boop around . . . usually seen with Don
and Chazz . . . likes to travel, especially to Detroit . . . takes an
interest in all sports, particularly baseball . . . a P.F.C. in the Marine
Reserves . . . nobody knows where he got his nickname . . . when
you see Boop you usually see Westy, his dog . . . a ping-pong
champion . . . takes a lot of teasing and usually gives out twice
Came to us in her junior year from Cary, Indiana . . . never seems
to have a hair out of place . . . art editor of our yearbook . . . a
real cutie . . . has a sweet personality . . . would like to return
to Indiana and study to be a secretary . . . always showing those
dimples . . . a neat dresser . . . quiet until you get to know her . . .
has a mixed schedule . . . blushes easily . . . likes to ice-skate and
RICHARD M. WEED
Did a good job as Mr. Spettigue in the senior play . . . enjoys a
good argument with Mr. Matinas . . . plans to become an engineer
. . . always seen with Bill, Tom, Wick and Bob . . . Dick helps
keep the ACME running . . . a whiz at math . . . likes tennis, golf,
bowling, and swimming . . . came to M.H.S. in his sophomore year
. . . member of the canteen.
WALTER H. WICKHAM
An active member of Student Council . . . was lucky enough to be
chosen to go to Abington to represent the school . . . hangs out
with Bob, Dick, Tom and Bill . . . regular member of the canteen
and a good dancer . . . keeps the ACME running . . . just can't
wait to go to transcription class each day . . . loves to drive his
green Nash . . . his pet peeve is Bermuda shorts . . . really eats those
tomato pies . . . has college plans for after graduation.
Came to us in his junior year from Wilkes-Barre . . . usually seen
with Butch, Denny and Jimmy . . . has an interest in one of our
cute, senior girls . . . played guard in football in his senior year . . .
raises dust when he digs out in that black "Olds" . . . makes a
wonderful pizza . . . enjoys the canteen . . . talks about going into
the Navy after graduation.
GAII. PATRICIA WITTEKIND
One of our peppy cheerleaders . . . able treasurer of our senior class
and secretary of the Student Council . . . one of the twins . . .
works part time at Burn's Pharmacy . . . a striving art student and
hopes to continue her education after high school . . . swell sense
of humor . . . usually seen with Doris, Adele, or Mariann . . . excels
in basketball and swimming . . . wants to make that trip to Hawaii
. . . loves Buicks . . . the gal everyone likes . . . oh, that curly hair!
. . one of the queen's attendants during the celebration.
KARIN L. WITTEKIND
Captain of our cheerleaders . . . the other twin . . . ambition is to
travel and hopes to visit France . . . takes pleasure in her squabbles
with Gail . . . does a good job as left wing on the varsity hockey
team . . . worked hard as associate editor of our yearbook . . .
was waitress in the Ranch Room . . . doesn't dig those shift cars . . .
late every day for Mr. Wood's class . . . plans to study merchandising
Likes to sleep . . . started at Morrisville, moved to Bristol, then came
right back to M.H.S .... has a nifty Ford convertible . . . usually
seen with Ronnie and Charley . . . belongs to the Cooking Club
. . . part time help at Campbell's gas station . . . hunts and traps
in fall and winter . . . usually seen in the study hall or delivering
the school microphone . . . supporter of all class activities . . . will
make a good automobile mechanic.
THE CLASS OF 1955
BETTY A. YOUNT
Always cuttin' up-that's our Betty . . . get's all the "A's" in 12-C . . .
ambition is to become a private secretary in a large company . . .
we know she'll succeed . . . still driving that '52 Ford . . . stayed
with transcription . . . oh, those dark eyes! . . . likes to be with the
gang-usually Midge, Gail, Lil and Sue . . . always goes to the Dairy
Bar or Talone's for a bite to eat . . . w0n't forget the times at the
shore or the people she met there . . . always a lot of fun.
CHARLES CARMAN t.......iVtt,t.........vVt..........tVVVtt.. President
DONALD HABEL ,,,,,, c,... V ice President
GAIL PAXSON .........,, ....VVtAVttt S ecrelary
GAIL WITTEKIND ....... .,.....V.,.,....... T reasurer
MARJORIE KRYSA ,,,,.. ..,,,,, B usiness Manager
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Vice President ,.,,,,.,,,, -.. RALPH DEMECH
Business Manager .,,..... ....... D ORIS ROHNER
Secretary ..............,...... ......
.........,.. PEGGY LEE
Will never forget their New York trip . . . always
good for a laugh in English class . . . most of the
class are licensed drivers . . . could tell quite a story
on what happened to the Christmas candy samples.
11-A-First row, left to right: S. Foster, S. Sultzback, J. Leming, L. Shaner, L. Cutchineal, V Ray
Second row: J. Solt, E. Geanette, D. Rohner, J. Lyons, J. Schell, M. Novak, D. Champagne B
Loss. Third row: R. Brewer, P. Crooks, J. Allshouse, B. Harris, M. Demech.
President ,...,,,..,,,,.,.,, ,,,,. R OBERT BREWER
Vice President ,........ ......,.. R ALPH DEMECH
S eeretary- -1 .,.....,........, ,,,..,...
,. ..,,... DORIS ROHNER
Did a wonderful job getting the report cards out
each marking period . . . can't wait until they take
the seniors' place in the office . . . always doing a
last minute rush job on their typing assignments.
11-C-First row, left to right: D. Felsburg, S. Coulton, P. Riley, M. Titus, C. M8lmSbUfY, J.
Weaver, J. Carr. Second row: B. Lane, J. Middleton, P. Jerome, J. Krogulski, P. Greenlee, L.
Lovett, P. Lee, E. Foster, N. Lee, P. Lippincott, N. Slack. Third row: D. Sinclair, C. Malms-
bury, D. Becket, D. Kane, N. McCrane, D. Smith, A. Houston, C. Hughes, W. Zerrenner, R.
President ......,..,,.,.. ..,.,,,,
Vice President .....,....
Business Manager .,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, D ORIS HOHNER
Secretary ................ ........ B ARBARA LANE
Treasurer .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, P EGGY LEE
Famous for its many class "comedians" . . . most
of the group are varsity athletes . . . known as
Andy Gropp's boys . . . famous for their regular
attendance in detention hall . . . never a dull mo-
11-G-First row, left to right: A. Stout, T. Rose, P. Johnson, A. Miller, D. Brelsford, W. Bresley,
R. Emmons. Second row: F. Doan, T. Phillips, M. Cappiello, R. Demech, J. Clawges, J. Rigby.
Third row: J. Slotterbeck, K. Roberts, J. Brewer, E. Nemeth, C. Fordham. 33
President ..,..,,Y,,A...,.. .,w.....,... U UN r ri 1 L
1 0 A Vice President ,,,,..... ,.,.,,....,. L EE ROGERS
- Secretary .,.....,.,,,,, ,........ R ONNIE EMILIE
Treasurer ...,,,e,.. .....,,, J OY SKELTON
Proud of its two senior cheerleaders . . . look for-
ward all week to their study period in the library
. . . took part in all sports . . . had a tough time de-
ciding where to go on their class trip.
10-A-First row, left to right: M. Kane, K. Haston, A. Shipman, J. Chapman, J. Adams, B.
Burns, C. Clark, M. Miller, J. Skelton. Second row: R. Bunting, L. Rogers, J. Taylor, K. Meiners,
M. Phillips, W. Dreishach, R. Klingerman, T. Allison, R. Harding. Third row: R. Emilie, J.
Broderick, W. Wamsley, B. Lucash, D. Frye, R. Greenlee, J. Walsh, B. Danley.
President .,...,......... ,,,,,.,.,,.,,,, P AT FOULKE
'I O - C Vice President .,....... ....... R oB1N LAFERME
Secretary ....,.,........ ,.,,,, J OAN MATEJIK
Treasurer ..,,...,. JOAN KETANER
Will make good secretaries . . . not a boy in the
class . . . hate to dissect animals . . . enjoyed their
homeroom periods . . . looked forward to gym
classes . . . always lead the absentee and tardy lists.
10-C--First row, left to right: J. Ketaner, D. Johnson, R. Antrobus, J. Matejik, R. Carroll, M.
Latham, H. Disler. Second row: T. Capodici, M. DeFazio, J. Kehr, C. Morgan, C. Konat, T. Tan-
zillo, E. Tarr, P. Foulke, S. Rule, L. Neuman. Third row: R. Cardinali, L. Wienchoski, H. Bell,
B. Ciangrante, B. Fritz, S. Thorn, R. DiCicco. Fourth row: B. Pierson, A. Klepadlo, B. MacNeil,
President ,,,,,A.,,,,,,,,, ...,, B
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Secretary ,,,,-.,,,,,,, ,,,..,, J
Trga5urer ,,,,,,,,, ............. R AY KEUPER
Can always be found in the shop or typing room
. . . love to do anything in class but work . . . al-
ways seemed to he attracted by certain members of
Mr. Hutchison's homeroom . . . enjoyed their class
10-G-First row, left to right: J. Arch, J. Vaneekhoven, D. Bigley, R. Van Arsdale, R. Keuper,
C. Marshall. Second row: K. Hensor, R. Cox, L. Gonnella, C. Brady, T. Johnson, R- Del-HY, J-
Gafgen. Third row: J. Patterson, D. Causey, J. Pietrocarlo, A. George, W. Cohle, D. Codd, L.
Brelsford, J. Haas.
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Vice President ...... ,....,.. B UDDY ROBERTS
Secretary ............ ,....,... A NTHONY DEAN
Treasurer ............. BERT FONDE 9 'I
Will never forget Harrisburg or Hershey . . . very
active in all sports . . . can't wait until they move
into senior high school.
9-1-First row, left to right: M. Hornyak, B. Petrik, C. Hadley, S. Cote, C. Penn, J. Cappiello, L.
Alexander. Second row: A. Taylor, L. Sharpham, L. Sultzbach, S. Smith, R. Schiefer, D. Masciar-
elli, C. Lindenthal, M. Peterson. Third row: R. Horvath, P. Fordham, F. Bogdon, M. Roberts, B.
Fonde, C. Dreisback, J. Foster, R. Lee, F. Bentz. Fourth row: R. Clark, B. Rosati, C. Hunsberger,
A. Dean, D. Brewer, J. Rogers, E. Lasky, J. Lenox. Fifth row: E. Laypo, R. Hart, L. Perry, T.
President ..........., ...........,...... E VERETT FOSTER
Vice President ....... ......... D OMINICK MARRAZZO 9 2
Secretary ............. ........... C LIFFORD COWELL -
Treasurer ..... ........ N ORMAN SELLINCER
Proud of their cheerleading captain . . . had a won-
derful series of homero m programs . . . many ac-
tive musicians and artists.
9-2-First row, left to right: B. Hand, C. Meszaros, P. Salt, M. Burke, S. Richards, D. Slack, J.
McGarity. Second row: Y. Titus, D. Hunt, K. Hludzinski, S. Ossman, G. Ficarotta, N. Ricci, C.
Adams, D. Mogle, B. Richie, J. Miller, C. Aiello. Third row: C. Cowell, R. Reitzle, J. Sulick, E.
Stockham, A. Gonnella, T. Bigley, R. Sullivan, R. Stein, B. Blyler, J. Allison. Fourth row: B.
Roberts, R. Bloor, R. Schiefer, F. Seman, D. Marazzo, E. Foster, N. Sellinger.
President ......,.,.....,.. ....... W ILLIAM ANDERSON
Vice President ...... ...... - ..,.,... E MMA WALSH 9 3
Secretary ............. ....... B ARBARA SOLAN -
Treasurer ........ ...... I OHN SKELTON
Boys had a big part in bringing Morrisville its
third straight Junior High football title . . . could
give their teachers a hard time yet liked them all.
9-3-First row, left to right: B. Solan, J. Bailey, S. Reich, J. Solt, L. Sabolovich, M. Toth, J.
Symington. Second row: C. Rushinski, M. Slack, J. Preston, J. Kirchhoffer, E. Tootell, S. Auton,
C. Kachinski, N. Woolley, K. Terry, J. Skelton. Third row: J. Rodenbaugh, W. Long, C. Stouffer,
R. Sinclair, E. Walsh, M. Carfello, R. Comisky, C. Danley, B. Butterworth. Fourth row: B. Ander-
son, W. Tettemer, F. Picciotti, B. Davis, L. Dunka, R. Chapman, J. Christ, D. I-label. 37
President ........,.,,... ......... L ORRAINE PIDCOCK
8 'I Vice President ..,.,...,. ,.....,.....A.. R OBERT LANDIS
Secretary ............... ,.......... B EVERLY CLAY
Treasurer .,......... ....... P ATRICIA ROSATI
Looking forward to their annual trip to Philadel-
phia . . . several outstanding artists in the group
. . . enjoy giving homeroom programs . . . some
of the Junior High cheerleaders come from this
8-1-First row, left to right: I. Hellings, C. Steel, P. Rosati, S. Symington, C. Michel, A. Ander-
son, J. Lyon. Second row: C. Bull, D. Hoffman, L. Pidcock, L. Giano, P. Loss, I. Mount, B. Clay,
E. Novak. Third row: P. Mason, M. Bush, H. Hrahchak, D. Purdy, B. Landis, B. Strunk, M.
Miksitz, L. Weaver, L. Felsburg, J. Marshall, J. Walsh. Fourth row: T. Antrobus, E. Matthias, R.
Strebel, R. Hoppe, W. Rogalski, D. Huff, W. Campbell, B. Slotterheck.
President ................ ....... G EORGE WEEKS
Vice President .......,.. ...... C AROLE PRESTON
Secretary .........,.. ,....,...... M ARION FOOSE
Treasurer ....... HERMAN PAXSON
Many future varsity athletes . . . enjoy teasing
their teachers . . . turn out in large numbers for
each canteen . . . had some good dancers . . . al-
ways ready for a good time.
8-2-First row, left to right: A. Hand, M. Hutchinson, C. Preston, B. Meiners, D. Straszynski,
J. Clawges, R. DeStafano. Second row: B. Tohm, P. Ossman, J. Gaskill, N. Martin, T. Dunka,
M. Foose, K. Ruth, E. Borden. Third row: J. Frascella, E. Rule, H. Paxson, J. Winters, C. Phillips,
C. Saxby, D. Olafson, R. Snedeker, B. Platon, C. Weeks. Fourth row: D. Eldridge, J. Walker, M.
Immordino, J. Heenan, J. Marrazo.
President ...r....... ......... C HARLES OSSMAN
Vice President ...... ...... J OSEPH CAPODICI
- Secretary .....,..,.. ....... D OROTHY WHITE
Treasurer ....... DOROTHY WHITE
Many good looking boys and girls . . . always try-
ing something new in homeroom . . . hate to he
quiet in study hall . . . famous for their witty re-
8-3-First row, left to right: W. McCrane, V. Klepadlo, S. Haines, J. Morgan, D. White, J. Kovacs,
B. Davis, C. Oakes, J. Capodici. Second row: C. Lee, B. Calambos, D. Trankley, R. Felsburg, J.
Tanzillo, J. Midwood, P. VanAifsdale, B. Woodward, C. Allshouse, M. Mohr, K. McGarity. Third
row: D. Napoleon, L. Groves, D. Fordham, M. Kemmler, J. Antrobus, B. Bennett, C. Clark, B.
Harvey, B. Waltersdorff. Fourth row: G. Titus, G. Brown, C. Ossman, C. Janaski, L. Way, S. Nay,
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Treasurer .. ,,,,Y BETSY GRAY
Both boys and girls are interested in sports . . . -
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joy dancing . . . have a great collection of nick-
7-I--First row, left to right: J. Anderson, P. Johnson, B. Gray, B. MacNamee, J. Caum, L. Burns,
E. Klingerman. Second row: S. Chmura, C. Klemmer, J. Bottoms, D. Devereaux, S. Yolke, S. Shutt,
C. Croh, B. Nash, S. Adams. Third row: R. Wintjen, E. McTamney, L. Rogers, R. Rudloff, B.
Kehr, J. Manzek, J. Blundell, S. Sinclair. Fourth row: L. Riley, K. Marsh, G. Policello, L. Kise.
E. Neumann. L. Cappiello, R. Hibbert.
President ...........,. ....,... R ONALD STOCKHAM " '
Vive President ,..,.,, ....,,,.,.. A RLENE DEMECH '
Secretary ......,....,. ..... B EVERLY FOOSE
Treasurer , ........ JOSEPH CLARK
Don't care for their homeroom lectures . . . several
cheerleaders in the class . . . looking forward to a
tour of historic Valley Forge . . . always thinking
up some new trick.
MISS WATKIN S
7-2-First row, left to right: R. Reso, C. Preston, J. Ridgeway, C. Foster, C. Dager, J. Eby. M.
Terry. Second row: F. Antrobus. S. Johnson, B. Foose, A. Demech, N. Solt, E. Disler, C. Rech,
J. Wiedenhaefer. Third row: B. Moss, C. Zucker, J. Weaver, J. Clark, M. Bouboulis, G. Baldwin,
L. Okurowski. R. Henley, J. Patricko. Fourth row: R. Stockham, B. Dreher, R. Dresibach, B.
Cominski, D. Trout.
President .,.,.......... ..,..... R OBERT COWELL 49"-
Vice President .....,, ....,,. J AMES GAFGEN
Secretary ..,..,...,,,. ...,..... H ELEN BRESLEY
Treasurer .. ,,,..,., PATRICIA SUTYAK
Work hard on their homeroom programs . . . had
fun in their art class . . . work well as a group on
special class projects . . . many good checker
7-3-First row, left to right: P. Sutyak, D. Louden, H. Bresley, N. Janaski, L. Elgerhauser, S.
Ossmann, J. Rigby. Second row: M. Huff, C. Foster, M. Marshall, H. Gaskill, T. James, L. Nay,
R. Taylor, M. Bush, C. Cappiello. Third row: R. Cowell, R. Reese, W. Clark, J. Slotterbeck, R.
Miller, M. Morgan, T. Rigby. Fourth row: J. Bresley, R. Laypo, J. Davala, J. Gafgen, A. Gonnella.
First row, left to right: A. Stout, R. Cominski, E. McTamney, C. Lee, R. Landis, Mrs. Turner,
F. Pesce, L. Shaner, M. Kane, L. Gonnella, J. Allison. Second row: R. Brewer, J. Anderson, R.
DeStefano, C. Allshouse, S. Ossman, A. Demech, I. Hellings, R. DiCicco, L. Alexander, R. Hart.
Third row: P. Crooks, D. Lodge, D. Rohner, P. Lee, C. Hughes, T. Cowell, D. Slack, J. Pietrocarlo,
J. Taylor, W. Anderson. Fourth row: C. Carman, W. Wickham, G. Wittekind, S. Connor, S. Bart-
rug, R. Michel, L. Hart, D. Sinclair.
President .................. .....,...... F RANK PESCE
Vice President .,.,,,,, ...,,, C AROLE HUGHES
Secretary ..,,,.,,,,..., ,... ..,,.. G A IL WITTEKIND
Treasurer .................,....... ....,.... S USAN CONNOR
President of Senior Class . ....... CHARLES GARMAN
President of Junior Class .,,...,., ROBERT BREWER
10-A Mary Ellen Kane Irma Hellings
Thomas Allison Robert Landis
10-C- Agnes Klepadlo Rose DeStefan0
Ruey Mae DiCicco John Winters
10-G- John Pietrocarlo Carole Allshouse
Larry Gonnella Charles Lee
9-l.- Lynda Alexander Janice AIldCI'SOI1
Robert Hart Edward McTamney
9,2- James Allison Arlene Demech
Donna Slack William Cominski
9-3- William Anderson Th0l'Il3S .JHIIICS
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First row, left to right: P. Greenlee, W. Loss.
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First row, left to right: A. Demech.
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First row. It-ft In right: Mrs. Howe-II,
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Collingdale ,,,77,,,,... 20
Hamilton 7 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13
Southampton ,.7,.,7,,. 6
Bensalem ,,7, 7 77 6
Neshaminy 7777777777 77 27
Delhaas 777777777 7 7777 0
Pennsbury 77777777777777 13
Council Rock 77777777 0
Bristol . .777777
Coarhes-LEE. DAVIES and McDONALlJ
First row, left to right: L. Rogers, G. Gafgen, P. Crooks, J. Allshouse, D. Codd, J. Solt, T. Alli-
son, R. Harris. Second row: R. Dems-Ch, P. Chapman, N. Caum, F. Pvscv, L. Hart, J. Savagf-, M.
Cappiello. R. DeLay. Third row: R. Brewer, D. Wienckoski, C. Greenwood. F. Terry, A. Powell,
J. Rudloff. H. Codd. E. Allison. A. Stout. L. DiCicco. Fourth row: H. Stockham. J. Haas. D. Brels-
ford, A. Miller, J. Pie-trocarlo, D. Frye, J. Walsh, D. Marrazzo.
Coach Parsons talks to
SUE PAT CAROLE
First row. I4-ft to right: M. Krysa. captain: P. Greenlee, Miss Parsons. Second row: M. Peterson.
C. Hughe-s. Third row: C. Wim-kind. L. Lovett. Fourth row: S. Hartrug, captaing K. Haston, IJ.
A pop talk from Cuarh
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First row, lcft to right: R. DiCic-co, E. Toolvll. I.. Sharpham, 5, Fostvr. Sf-cond row: A. Taylor. I..
:Xls-xande-r. Third row: J. Kc-taner. M. Latham. Y. Titus. Fourth row: S. Symington, J. Cappic-lln.
D. Slavk. R. Pe-trik.
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First row, left to right: J. Vaneekhoven, C. Carman, J. Allshouse, F. Pesce, K. Roberts, Mr. Lee.
Sc-cond row: J. Rudloff, D. Sinclair, C. Greenwood. Third row: J. Pacitto, A. Powell, D. Habel,
Pennsbury t,,t,t -A,.,-- 3 5
Bensalem ,,t,, ,,,,i,, 6 5
Delhaas ,,,,..,,t, ,,,,,, Y,Y,,Y,7,,,,A ,,,,,777AA 5 8
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46 N.J.S.D. ..... ..,,,, 4 0 69
62 Alumni ,,,,,.,.., ...... 4.4 65
51 Neshaminy .,.... ,,... 54 66
70 Bristol ,,.,.,....,,. ..,... 4- 1 49
4.5 Council Rock ,.... ...... 3 1 61
71 Pennsbury .,,,.,. ...,,. 5 8 63
54 Bensalem ...... ...... 5 8 4-5
64- Delhaas .r........, ...... 5 6 44
73 Southampton ..,.................. ,.r. . ..... . 4-7 68
First row, left to right: L. Rogers, K. Meiners, T. Allison, R. Dems-ch, L. Gonnella, Mr. Lee. Sec-
ond row: J, Patterson, E. Nemeth. Third row: D. Marrazzo, D. Causey. J. Walsh. Fourth row:
R. Lucash, W. Bresley, W. Coble, R. Emilie.
First row. loft to right: J. Saxton, K. Witte-kind, J. Moore, C. North, M. Krysa, E. Dueman, M,
Pc-te-rson, S. Bartrug. Se-conrl row: S. Foster, E. Fostvr, C. Hughes, D. Fe-lslmurg, P. Greenlee, D.
Rohnvr. L. Cutcltinval.
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First row. I:-ft lo right: J. Kvtanr-r. N. IA-0. NI. I.atIlam. II. Smith, K. Hastnm, fl. Tlulmslmry, I
IL:-c-. ,I. MimIcIIc-tml, R. Kim-cl. Svconml row: I.. I.0ve-tt. I. FtlllIIit'. M. Iiurkv. II. SOIan, Il. Slack,
I.. Alexander. A. Taylor.
COACHES TOROK and MATINAS
First row, left to right: J. Cafgen, T. Bigley, W. Campbell, M.
Kemmler, R. Landis, R. Lee, R. Sullivan, C. Stouffer, J. Kise.
Second row: B. Davis, R. Hart, M. lmmordino, E. Foster, N.
Sellinger, C. Ossman, L. Okuroski, G. Baldwin, L. Gonnella. Third
row: M. Slack, F. Bentz, J. Foster, B. Fonde, E. Rule, C. Janaski,
J. Walker, P. Allison, E. Stockham. Fourth row: L. Groves, L.
Shull, J. Lenox, B. Roberts, R. Sheaffer, C. Hunsburger, D.
Brewer, B. Roberts.
LOWER BUCKS COUNTY
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
14- Pennsbury 0
33 Delhaas 0
13 Council Rock 0
30 Neshaminy 0
26 Bristol 0
27 Trenton Catholic -.-, 0
Total 143 Total 0
CHAMPIONS-1952, 1953 and 1954
THREE YEAR TOTALS-17 WINS-0-LOSSES
MORRISVILLE-393 Points OPPONENTS-6 Points
lrirst row, left to right: R. Leo. R. Sullivan, J. Foster, B. Bennett,
Nlr. Tomk, ll. Napoleon. I.. Groves, M. Slack, B. Strunk. Second
w: H. I.an1Iis. .I. Christ. P. Allison. E. Foster. ,l. Heenan, M.
Rulwrls. R. Hart. M. kQ'IlllIllf'T.
LOWER BUCKS COUNTY
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
3 ,... 1 44
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Pennsbury .,... ..... 3 0
Delhaas ., .,.,,. ,,,, 4 6
Neshaminy ............ 30
Bensalem ,,,..,. ,.... 1 8
Neshaminy .,.......,.. 18
Southampton ,,,,.,.. 22
Bristol .........,. .. ,,.,.. 20
Council Rock ..tl...... 15
Pennsbury .... .... 3 6
Bensalem ........ ..t.. 1 5
Delhaas ....,....,...... 38
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JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Center, clockwise: M. Terry, D. Slack. S. Haines, 5. Oss-
man, R. Felsburg, I. Mount, L. Burns, C. Allshouse, J.
Preston, J. Bailey.
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Cvnter. clovkwisez A. Koch. J. Moor:-. C. Hughes, K.
Wittc'kinzi. Captaing S. Connor, S. Foster. J. Skelton, B.
Burns. C. Witte-kind, D. Rohnvr.
Karin and Adele
Joanne and Sue Dolores and Gail
Clara and Betty
Shirley and Marjorie
JAMES E. WOOD
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Cowl 'til llll' last lviti-.
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The' junior High champs. Fruit cup for the boys.
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Mcvt Tom Scott of tht' Eagle-s. The Mothers get their turn.
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This is how it works. The alumni make a Comeback.
Thr- hvud talulv.
Thf- future- tvacllvrs.
The- first snow. A P.D- fiom trip.
We, as a class, are very grateful to the many people who have con-
tributed so much that this book might he a reality.
To Mr. Caum and the many underclassmen who took, developed and
printed so many of the pictures.
To Sarony Studios who took our formal pictures and were always ready
to lend a helping hand.
To the Taylor Yearbook Company for their patience and understand-
ing in their work with our staff.
And especially to the many advertisers without whose generous help
there would have been no 1955 ROBERT MORRIS.
The annual summer supplement will he published soon after we graduate.
As in the past, we hope you will use the glue provided to make it a perm-
anent part of this record.
THE CLASS OF 1955
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Caruso
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Smiih
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ruiherford
Evelyn and Bill
Mr. and Mrs. Franl: Garman
Mr. Charles Garman, Sr.
Mr. Chesier Garman
Mr. Charles Garman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wrighl
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Hariman
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Ames
Miss Ann Caruso
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Rigby. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Coleman P. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abromovih
Mrs. Kaiherine E. Maguire
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Younl'
Mr. and Mrs. J. Widmann
Mr. and Mrs. Mallhew Marlin
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Servis
Mr. and Mrs. John Welch
Henry A. Konai '54
James F. McGariiy, Jr.
Franlr K. Picciofli
Algeron S. Cadwallader
Ralph De MaH'eo
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lenox
Theodore Hansen. Jr.
Rev. Joseph D. Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fielding
Nancy and Willie
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson
Mrs. Helen Ma'H'is
Mr. and Mrs.
Evar+ L. Marsh
and Mrs. Franlr Pesce
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fosier
Mrs. M. Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Caum
Mr. and Mrs. A. Way
Mr. and Mrs. George Heaih
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Terry
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Hughes
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Wickham
John C. Maurer
M. L. Dueman
Mr. John Huscher
Mrs. John Huscher
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson
Marie and Freddy
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Peierson
Mr. Marlin E. Peferson
Mrs. C. Messina
Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Rosso
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rudloff
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Hari
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gibson
Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard A. Balsis
Be'Hy and ScoH'y
Allaeri S. Paxson
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
N. D. Koch
Joseph W. Hillman
S. N. Connor
D. W. Moore
"The Friendly Bank"
mber Federal Deposii' Insurance Corporafio
Talone's Gulf Service
an wesr amuse smear
I05 WEST BRIDGE STREET
Dr. Theodore A. Hansen
Dr. John R. WiH'ekind
Dr. Roberi' C. Brenner
Dr. John F. Diesel
Dr. H. J. Robinson
Dr. Rudolph A. Komarek
Dr. MiH'on Canier
Dr. L. P. Leahy
Dr. Theodore R. Cohen
Dr. James M. Klenk
Dr. Hans B. Brolinson
W. SMITH, INC
24 W. Bridge SI.
TELEPHONE 7 I 68
INT. UNION UNITED AUTOMOBILE
AIRCRAFT AND AGRICULTURE WORKERS
OF AMERICA IU.A.W. C.I.OI
LOCAL NO. I 30
830 So. Pennsylvania Avenue
PHONE: MORRISVILLE 9878
THE MAKEFIELD CO
Congra+uIa'Hons and Bes'l' Wishes
+o 'Ihe Class of I955
YARDLEY GOLF CLUB
KING FARMS CO.
RON DAVIS PHONE 2888
BUCKS COUNTY ENGINEERING CO
Combinafion Windows - Doors
27 N. PENNA. AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA.
PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION
To Promole ihe Welfare
of Children and You'l'h
Home, School, Church and Communiiy
Congra'l'ula+ions 'l'o 'l'he
"RobeH' Morris l955"
THE BAND BOOSTERS
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
A Well-Equipped High School Band
Helps 'Io Develop
The Ciiizens of Tomorrow
MEETINGS: THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH SCHOOL MONTH
24 Hour Towing Service
General Aulo Repairs
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Wrighl' and Hall Ave.
Body and Fender Repairs
Bear Wheel Alignmeni'
Axle and Frame Sfraighiehing
CONSUMERS OIL CORPORATION
Warm Air and Boiler-
24-Hour Burner Service
Domesiic and Indusfrial
Phone EX 4-5353
42I John Fifch Way Trenfon, N. J
Qualify Carbona+ed Beverages
Wholesale - Re'l'ail
C. RUSSELL STILWELL 8: SON
l25 SO. LAFAYETTE AVE. MORRISVILLE. PENNA.
II5 E. Bridge Sl.
Body, Fender and Painling Service
Au+horized Pennsylvania Sfale
James Aversano, Prop. Phone 5367
PHONE: OFFICE 73 I 3
BUCKS COUNTY FARMS DAIRIES
Pasieurized Milk and Cream
Co'H'age Cheese - BuH'ermillx - Bu'H'er
Orange and Lemon Drinlz
Road Service Washing
I06 TRENTON AVE
AI' Calhoun S+. Bridge
JOE DAVIS-DON GREENLEE
Hours-7:00 a.m.-I0:00 p.m.
I f PHOTO3
Trenfon, N. J.
Operafing fhe Na'Iion's
Leading Beaufy Salons
Beauficians fo Serve You
AT BOTH SHOPPING CENTERS
WILLIAM J. TALONE
47 Manor Lane Wesi' Yardley, Pa
SAND AND GRAVEL CO.
Morrisville, Pa. Riverside. N. J.
GRIM, CADWALLADER, DARLINGTON AND CLARKE
Plumbing and Heaiing
22 WOOD ST. MORRISVILLE. PA.
Phone 7777 Oil Burner Service
AL and LEN LEVIN, Proprie+ors
22 E. Bridge S+. Phone 7030
Tren1'on's Only Mufual Savings Bank
THE TRENTON SAVING FUND SOCIETY
I23-l25 Easi' Sfafe Sireei'
Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion
Manufaciurer of Foam Rubber Producis
Chair Cushions, Pillows, MaH'resses
BRISTOL PIKE MORRISVILLE, PA.
In nofhing do men more nearly approach
rhe gods ihan in giving healfh 'io men"
JOHN M. BURNS
cLAss or 'za
Hohwieler Rubber Co.
Greenlee 6' Son
Excavaling and Grading
64 HARRISON AVE. MORRISVILE. PA.
William l. Murphy
4I Wes? Trenlon Avenue
Morrisville Phone 7922
222 Easl' Bridge Slreel' Morrisville, Pa
A+ Lower Bridge Approach Phone Morrisville 7I84
Official lnspecfion Sfarion 8499
J. S. FOOSE
Self Service Merkel
353 W. Bridge SI. Phone 5597-9887
Coal Oil Burner Service Fuel Oil
PENN-JERSEY COAL COMPANY I
Chambers Sfreei' ai' Delmorr Avenue
Morrisville Phone 7955 Trenfon Phone CY 5-7955
J. N. YOST
II3 W. Bridge S+.
REDNOR 81 KLINE. INC.
Lumber and Millwork
PHONES: AND CINDER PRODUCTS
7l75--7l76 Morrisville. Pa.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE YARD AND WAREHOUSE
202-2l0 So. Pennsylvania Ave. OFF U. S. I HIGHWAY
Dick Maffezzoli, Custom Tailor
READY MADE SUITS
Dry Cleaning and Alterations
PHONE 2467 556 N. PENNA. AVE.
Penn Valley Constructors, Inc.
BUILDERS - DESIGNERS - MORTGAGEES
20 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Tangent Tool Mfg. Co.
Prescriptions - Drugs
FREE DELIVERY YARDLEY 2703
E. Bridge S+. and Delmorr Ave.
PH ON E 7245
J. ALLEN HOOPER
45 N. Penne. Avenue
Licensed in New Jersey
PHONE MORRISVILLE 74-7725
CHARLES GALAMBOS AND SON
Phone 3464 Morrisville, Pe.
The Pennsbury Development Co.
PHONE 7 I 04
IV: Miles We IM ' 'II
Sales 8- Service
FREE PICK-UP Q
Open 7 day k
8:30 A.M. to 'I0 00 P M
TeIepI1 91 I1
King Supply Co.
III W. Bridge St.
fav l X I
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since fr ' :seo
E. L. KERNS CO. Trenton.
JUNIE 8: JODIE
In'Fan+'s and Cl1iIcIren's Wear
TOTS TO TEENS
O'BOYLE'S ICE CREAM
Brisfol Pike and Green Lane
57 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
BRISTOL. PENNA. Morrisville- Pa
PHONE 7648 Complimenis of
HUNT'S STATIONERY CHARLES
AND TOY STORE BEAUTY SHOPPE
park, "5"' and "2l" 27 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Pens and Pencils MORRISVME' PA'
I8 E. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE
STACY'S 54 TO SI.00 STORE
Complimenis of Headquaders for
UNITED CUT RATE STORE Clover Leaf Nylon
29 E. Bridge Sfreel' S'I'ar Rug Yarn
MOFFISVIIIG- PG- Dawn Knirfing Wors'I'ed
Levinson Bros., Props. J. P. Coafes. Clarlres, Gem
and Daisy Croche+ CoHon
A3154 . A '
fia f'.' 3 ' Television Radios Ranges Washers
A Refrigeraiors Ligh+ing Fix'I'ures
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. eiae WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
X I "Every+hing Elecfrical for 'Ihe Home"
A A TRENTON LIGHTING '5 N' B"'d Sl'
4I6 S. Pennsylvania Avenue Trenilon
Morrisville, Penna. MEN'S WEAR BOYS' WEAR
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TELEPHONE MORRISVILLE 5829
Misses and Junior Apparel
69 Nor+h Pennsylvania Ave.
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MORRISVILLE FURNITURE CO.
63 N. Penna. Ave.
Bedding Direc'I' from Our Facfory
Complefe Line of Furniiure
PHONE MORRISVILLE 5590
HUNT PRINTING COMPANY
Raised Le'Her Wedding
2l Chambers S'I'ree+
MORRISVILLE OIL CO.
HARRY F. CHRIST, Owner
Pennsylvania New Jersey
"S+a+e Supervised" Chicks
Officially Blood Tesfed
5I8 Crown S'Iree'l'
JOHN J. RESO
Fine Walch Repairing
Il E. Bridge,
Opp. The Banl: Morrisville, Pa.
PHONE 2-2685 INTERIOR DECORATORS
RELIABLE SILK SHOP
Sillzs. Woolens, Co'H'ons and Slip Cover Goods
Slip Covers and Draperies made 'Io order
3-5 N. Monlgomery Slreei A
Mac Huilzin Trenion, N. J.
Class of '42
Carpenier 8: Builder
I37 Ardsley Ave.
Phone EXporI' 3-5I86 Ewing Township
OUINN'S AUTO REPAIRS
544 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Sfafe Inspecfion Phone 244l
FORCE AND STANTON
Free Home Delivery
I45 W. PHILA. AVE.
ARTHUR D. cox y
Truck Leasing, Dump Truclz and
M"'ls'I"e open Tm wo STOCKPILING ouR SPECIALTY
Meei' Your Friends
waun ' 'I
I260 on Your Dial
Mosl' Powerful Radio S'I'aI'ion
HUNSY'S PENN TAVERN
Our Specialfy Is Fine Food
We Ca'I'er To Privafe Par'I'ies
4II W. Bridge Si. Morrisville, Pa.
Local and Long Disfance Moving
J. E. DUDLEY
Field Sales Represeniaiive
Morrisville 7746 Tren+on 3-2827
Greyvan Lines, Inc.
224 Cenfre Sireef
Phone Morrisville 3309
Meafs and Provisions
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALSO SELF SERVICE GROCERIES
We Sell The Besl' 'For Less
Trgnfonl Ngw Jersey E. ST. PA.
Opposife Morrisville Banl:
The SI'ore 'ihe Docior
Phone 74I 6
Phone Yardley 2964
Complefe Paving Service
PENN PAVING CO.
Road Builders-Driveways-Parking Lois
Gas Sfafions-School Yards-eic.
MRS. EVA R. BLAKE, Presideni'
60I Edgewood Ave.
Trenion 8, N. J.
PHONE EX 2-5l I6
EXPORT 6-2I I0
HAROLD H. KRECHMER
I39 E. Froni Sireei'
Trenion, N. J.
CONROY MOTORS, INC.
Lincoln - Mercury
835 W. BRIDGE ST.
Flowers by Sreel
Will Always Appeal
727 SOUTH BROAD STREET
Trenfon, N. J.
J. H. JAMES O. ANTROBUS
Phila. and Coleman Ave. Plumbing and Heafing
Dependable Used Cars
426 N. Penna. Ave. Phone 347l
Lebegern and Troui
81 TELEVISION CO.
Radios, Television and Elecirical
PHONE EX 6-8976 802 STUYVESANT AVE.
Room Air Condirioners
L 8: G ELECTRIC CO.
35 E. Bridge S+.
Phones: Day, 74-3l96: Nighf, 557I
MIKE'S AUTO SERVICE
Tune-up - Ignifion Specialisi'
Wrecker and Towing Service
Penna. Official lnspeciion SI'a. No. B458
III-I I3 W. Bridge SI.. Morrisville, Pa.
PURCELL'S SHOE STORE
Good Oualiry Shoes
For Ihe Whole Family
I2 S. WARREN ST.
TRENTON, N. J.
HEATING AND EQUIPMENT CO.
Your Ceriified Lennox Dealer
Furnace lns+alla+ions and
Gas - Coal - Oil
Carrier and Coolair Air
PHONE 5274 I04 W. BRIDGE ST.
SNYDER'S SPORT CENTER
I07-I09 Perry Sfreel'
Trenion. N. J.
I8 E. Bridge S+.
COLD CUTS - DELICIOUS S.ALADS
Free Delivery Phone 5568
Morrisville 7I I6
THOMAS B. STOCKHAM. INC.
Real EsI'aIe and Insurance
I0 Sourh Penna. Avenue
MORRISVILLE FLOWER GARDENS
D. Conrurso 8: Son
Flowers For All Occasions
509 W. Bridge S+. Morrisville. Pa.
Complefe Line of
'Television Service and Ins'I'aIIaI'ions
Hunfing and Fishing Equipmeni'
I4 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Morrisville. Pa.
IRear of Pryor's Drug Sforel MORR. 775I
COHEN'S TUXEDO PARLOR
Dress Sui'I's 'For All Occasions
PALACE THEATER BUILDING
Represenfed by Bruccoleri Bros.
I85 S. Broad SI. Trenfon. N. J.
CAMPBELL'S GULF SERVICE
III E. TrenI'on Ave.
Richmond Bus Line
I3I6 Walnuf S+.
Official Phofographers for +I1e
I955 "RoberI' Morris"
PHILIP S. SLACK AND COMPANY
OIL BURNERS-HEATING SYSTEMS
74 Parker Ave. Trenion 9, N. J
PHONE EX 2-3I2l
Morrisville Shopping Cenfer
School Supplies-Ar+ Marerials
II7-II9 N. BROAD ST.
Tren'I'on, N. J.
200 E. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa
THE WM. G. HOWELL AND SON CO.
Real Esfafe and Insurance
Carol Malmsbury, Drum Major
PHONE 7534 Kaiherine Hludzinslzi
CAPITOL VIEW BARBER SHOP
50l N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Corner Hendrickson Ave.
WILLIAM G. KELLY
Real Es'I'aI'e and Insurance
30 EAST FRANKLIN STREET
A'H'er 5 P.M. 6-0780
GOULD'S MARKET GRAEBER'S
Fwy M-+5 LUMBER co.
Produce and Groceries B , d, S I,
Pl-lone ssaz U' 'ng upp'es
I7 W. Hendrickson Ave.
PHONE WINDSOR 6-7422
CompIimen+s of M
72-74 N. PENNA. AVE.
8 Brunswick Alleys
ENTRANCE FROM UNION ST.
2l5 W. Phila. Ave.
CADWALADER M. BOND
I I Complimenfs of
CHARLES F. PROVOST
67 Evergreen Lane
Mefropolifan Life Insurance Company
Arf Mefal Sfeel Furnifure
Files - Safes - Shelving - Lockers
Posf Index Visible Equipmenf
Leopold Execufive Office Furnifure
Gunloclre Wood and Upholsfered Chairs
Harfer Posfure Chairs and
Office Safes and Vaulf Doors
Filing Supplies-Commercial Sfafionery
PALMER TROUT 81 CO.
I040 S. Clinfon Ave. Trenfon. N. J.
THE SENIOR CHEERLEADERS
Sue Connor Carole Hughes
Janice Moore Barbara Burns
Adele Koch Sandy Fosfer
JOE'S SHOE SHOP
54 E. Bridge Sf.
CENTRE FRUIT MARKET
350 Cenfre S+. Trenfon, N.
Qualify Fruif and Produce
Owned and Operafed by fhe
Miss Terry EX 3-l239
43 W. STATE ST.
Trenfon, N. J.
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BUCKS COUNTY STATIONERS
36 Wafson Ave. Langhorne, Pa.
PHONE LANGHORNE 4I97
And Commercial Office
Equipmenf and Supplies
School Supplies-Adverfising Specialfies-Ari'
Qualify Offsef and Lefferpress
Tile and Floor Covering
Glidden Painfs-Spred Safin
Plasfic Wall Tile
I0-I2 W. Bridge Sf. Morrisville, 572l
INVISIBLE MENDING SERVICE
Hosiery Repaired-Shirf Collars Turned
We carry a complefe line
of Bobby Sox and Men's Sox
One day service or while you shop
6 E. Hanover Sf. Trenfon, N. J.
Phone EX 2-0 I 49
"America's Oldesf Nursery"
Yardley Road Morrisville, Pa.
Benham's Painfs and Wallpaper
Inferior and Exferior Painfing
DuPonf's, Praff and Lamberf,
Painfs and Enamels
Sfore: II8 W. Bridge Sfreef
General Elecfric Appliances
J. P. CUNNINGHAM
522 N. Pennsylvania Avenue
TELEPHONE 74 I 3
AL'S COMMUNITY MARKET
R. O. Brisfol Pike af
FALLS BEVERAGE CO.
Home Trade Our Specialfy
4I0 S. PENNA. AVE.
Under New Managemenf
WILLIAM BIRKHEAD. Mgr.
Fresh Meats and Groceries
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Open I0 A.M. to I0 P.M.
449 PENNA. AVE.
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PROTECT 0 r '
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Absolute safety for you
with Underwriter's Label
System Lightning Rods by
New Jersey's oldest and
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264 Barnsley Ave.
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CARL'S TOMATO PIE
4I0 S. Penna. Ave.
Tile and Abrasives
I PHILA. AVE.
MORRISVILLE MEMORIAL POST
Ve1'erans of Foreign Wars
PHYSICAL CULTURE STUDIO
I60I S. CIin'I'on Avenue
Corner of SI'an'l'on S+.
TRENTON. N. J. EX 2-78I8
Guaranfeed Resulis in 60 Days
Gain I0-I5 Lbs. Lose I0-I5 Lbs.
If Underweighi If Overweigh-I'
Waich for Opening of Women's
Body Confouring De In
Pa'Herned affer Mona Lisa of Hollywood
CLOVER LEAF DAIRY
"TasI'e The Difference"
VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR
850 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
PEMCO AND WHITEHEAD
ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS
Sales and Service
EDWARD R. ROBERTS, JR.
224 Osborne Avenue Morrisville, P
FOR FINE FOODS
So. Pennsylvania Ave.
Open 6 A.M.-I2 Midnighl' Sunday's I2 Noon
BRIDGE AND FERRY STREETS-TRENTON
Drive In for fhe Besi' In Town
High Qualify Richfield Produc'I's
Experl' All Poinf Lubricafion
Congrafulafions and Besf of Luck
To The Class of I955
BOB'S AUTO REPAIR
Roufe No. I3 and S. Pa. Ave. Morrisville. Pe.
Come +o Us 'For Any and All Your Aufomobile Troubles
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MORRISVILLE BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION
Vulcanized Rubber 8: Plasiics Co.
Penn Valley Cons1'ruc'l'ors
American Sfores Co.
Bucks Couniy Confribuiionship
Bucks Couniry Farm Dairies
Clover Leaf Dairy
John W. Smiih, Inc.
Richard Drake. Real Esfaie
Grim. Cadwallader, Darlingion 8:
Wm. G. Howell 8: Son Co.
J. Allen Hooper
King Supply Co.
L 81 G Eleciric Co.
Lou's Barber Shop
Morrisville Floral Gardens
Wm. Burgess, Jr., Real Es'la'l'e
Ranch Town Realiy Co.
Thomas B. Sioclzham. lnc.
Trenfon Lighfing Sfudios
Uni+ed Cui Rafe
David Talone Gulf Service
Lincoln Loan Service
Gregory's lOu+le1' Siorel
Pryor's Drug Siore
Alexander's Bar 8: Grill
Charles Beaufy Shop
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OUR WASHINGTON TRIP - MARCH 28, 29, 30
7:32--We departed from Morrisville via the
10:20-Arrived in Washington, had this pic-
ture taken and then on to the Roger Smith
1 2 :l 5-Luncheon.
1:00-Left by bus for a tour of the Capitol,
the Folger Library, the Supreme Court and
the Washington Monument.
6:15-Dinner with Congressman King.
7:30-Again by bus to Ford's Theatre, the
Library of Congress and then the theatre.
8:00-Toured the Bureau of Printing and En-
graving, the Smithsonian Institution, the
National Gallery of Art and the White
1:00-By bus to the National Cathedral, the
Zoo and the Franciscan Monastery.
7:30-Visited the Jefferson and Lincoln Me-
morials and then the theatre.
THREE UNFORGETTABLE DAYS
Morning-F ree time to sleep or shop.
l 2 :OO-Luncheon.
1:00-A fond farewell to the hotel and then
to Arlington Cemetery, Alexandria, Mount
Vernon and the National Airport.
6:00-Departed from Washington.
6:15-Dinner in the Pennsylvania Railroad
8:48-Arrived in Morrisville--the end of the
three grandest days of our lives.
MISS DOROTHY GISH
MRS. HELEN BRUNNER
MRS. MARJORIE JONES
E. L. CAUM
A very special "thank youi' to everyone who
had any part in the success of our trip.
THE CLASS OF 1955
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JUNE 6, 1955
lH0l71If'li0ll REV. JOSEPH ll. ll0llGlllCR'l"
Holy Trinity lfhurt'
Welrome CllARl,l'fS GARMAI
l'rf-side-nt. Class of 195
COI7ll716l1f'f'IIlPHI Adrlrzfss REV. W. HAN1Il,TON AllLENl5ACl
Christ llhurvh and St. Nlichavl
Farewell Dvlmralt Galul
Class of 19?
Presentation of Awards NIANUAH R. Rl'Il'l'lf
Supcrinte-ntl:-nt of Schoo
Preserzlrztinn uf UUIIIIIIIIIX PAUL ,l. 'l'AYl.0
Pre-sitlc-nt. lluartl of Erluvatic
Benedirtion REV. lVlARVlN lf, DEWAI
St. ,lolmk Evangvlival Lutlwran Chun
Rc-v. Aule-nlmavh-Stand for something or fall
TWU happy Hwaftl Wil'1I1PfS- After twelve long years the processiun is about tu start.
.4rnerir'an Legion Auxiliarx'
Morristfille l,,07V1llll,S Club
I. Leslie White
J. Leslie White
I. Leslie White
Veterans of Foreign Wars
.Worriwille Teaelzefs Assoeiation
Patriotie Urder of Americans
Patriotie Orrler of Arnerieanv
Union Fire Company Auxiliary
Union Fire COHIDIIVI-V
llflorrisville ,lunior Wornarfs Club
Junior Chamber of Commeree
Problems of Den
Mr. Taylor and Mr. Caum present the diplomas to the class.
Memorial Day Parade
"Tim Crystal Ball"
The Malmsbury Sisters
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First row, left to right: H. Stockham, A.
Savage. R. Dc-mach, J. Solt, J. Brewf-r, J. Vance-khoven. Second
row: J. Slotterbeck, J. Pietrocarlo, L. Rogers. R. Bunting, D.
Powell, L. Hart, J.
Brelsford. D. Frye.
F' I row. left to right: T. Allison, E. Allison, R. Hensor, D.
P 'tt F Caruso N'-cond row
Hahel, F. Terry, C. Carman, J. acl 0, . . L .
F. Pesce, R. Brewer, A. Powell, M, Capplello, R. Dems-ch,
Ficarotta. J. Patterson.
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First row. left to right: E. Stoekham. R. Henley. R. Ruclloff.
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row: R. Reitzle, W. Roberts. ,l. Gafgen, J. Foster, I.. Kis
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Foster, M. Roberts, M. Slack. T. James, R. Henley. Second
. row: L. Groves. D. Napoleon, B. Bennett, J. Allison. J. Rode-n' .
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We'll always remember and never forget
The old canteen where we always met.
The football games and basketball too,
The cheerleaders cheering for the Gold and the Blue.
Becoming Freshmen we were proud and yet shy,
We envied the Seniors as they strutted by.
Harrisburg, our capitol, we visited in May
Hershey Park, too, we saw on that day.
On the way home the bus had to break down
It was just about midnight when we finally reached town
In our Sophomore year the fun really began
It was during that year that we all saw "Can Can."
Those were the days of our parties galore
We ate and we ate 'til we couldn't eat more.
The Sophomore Social was a part of that year
A wonderful time that we'll always hold dear.
September '53 saw us Juniors at last
The years seemed to he slipping by ever so fast.
Then on to New York, the city so bright,
Chinatown too we passed in the night.
We got a good look at our foreign relations
When we spent the day at the United Nations.
L'Far Away Places" was our big prom's theme
And as we had hoped, it turned out like a dream.
And now we are Seniors, seems too good to be true,
Our aim is success in all that we do.
The year started out with a regular bang,
"It won't be long now" all our hearts sang.
Before we could worry what the future would call
Along came our prom-its theme, "Crystal Ball."
Oh, yes, after twelve years it finally came,
Our Washington trip, so we boarded the train.
Everything was grand we can hardly say more
Than these simple words, "It was worth waiting for."
And then we came home but our minds they did not
We took a day off and into trouble we got.
We went for a ride and climbed up Bowman's Hill
Those two little words now make Mr. Wood ill.
And next we took time to see our County seat
And the warden ate goldfish like they were a treat.
The Juniors had a prom and its theme it was Dutch,
We were the guests and enjoyed it so much.
And then at long last our yearbooks came
We got writer's cramp just signing our name.
Remember our party, oh what a day!
The janitor threw all of our gifts away.
And now it's all over, the big day has come
Graduation is through and our school work is done.
Farewell to the past and now we must turn
To our niche in the future which is ours but to earn.
We only can hope that we keep thoughts alive
Of our memorable year-Nineteen Fifty Five.
THE CLASS OF 1955
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